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Extract from, ttte Political Cade. 

Skction 22yfi. Books may be taken from the Library 
by the mkmrkrs of the Lkgislatcrk, dcrisg the sessioss 
THEKEOF, and by other State officers at any time. 

Sec. 2298. The Controller, if notified by the Librarian 
that any officer has failed to retnrn books taken by him 
within the time prescribed by the Rules, and after demand 
made, must not draw his warrant for the salary of such 
officer \intil the return is made, or three times the value 
of the books, or of any injuries thejeto, has been paid to 
the Librarian. 

Sec. 2299. Every person who injures or fails to return 
any book taken is liable to the Librarian in three times 
the value thereof. 

>"o person shall take or detain from the General Library 
more than two volumes at any one time, or for a longer 
period than two weeks. Books of eeferexce shall not be 

TAKES FROM THE LIBRARY AT AST TIME.— [E.Xtract from the 

Rules.] 

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CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



BROOKLYN LIBRARY, 



AUTHORS, TITLES, SUBJECTS, AND CLASSES. 



BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

1878-1880. 






COPYRIGHT, 1880, 

BY 

THE BROOKLYN LIBRARY. 



BROOKLYN LIBRARY CATALOGUE 



PEEFACE TO THE COMPLETED AVOEK 



TnE originul plan of ilua Catiilogue, as outlined in the Special report on 
public liljraries of the United States, published by the U. S. Commissioner of Edu- 
cation, ill 1876, and in my preface to Pai-t I., in 1877, has been closely adhered 
to. It aimed, to use another's words, " to marry the classed and dictionary sys- 
tems, so long kept asunder." There is one general alphabet of (1.) authors (2.) titles 
(3.) svijects, and (4.) classes; with an alphabetical arrangement of subheadings under 
general and complex subjects. The author and title entries speak for themselves, 
while the larger class divisions of the Catalogue correspond, in the main, to 
the distribution of books on the library shelves, but with a much more in- 
telligible, self-explanatory, and exact alphabetical arrangement ; and with all 
affiliated topics bound together by a network of cross-rcfei-ences. As a work- 
ing catalogue for all classes of readers and students^ it is not too much to say 
that it has received the warmest expressions of approval from the Lirgo constituency 
who habitually use this liln-ary, from many liljrarians and scholarly ^jersous in tliis 
country and in England, from the press, and from leading booksellers. 

To sum up, statisticidly, certain features of the Catalogue : 

I. The authoe-enthies in a library of say 60,000 volumes, number about 
30,000; titles of voluminous collective works, and of periodicals, counting 
as single entries. The most extensive aulhor-snhjcct heading, comprising the Avorks 
of Shakspere, with Shaksperian criticism, methodically arranged, embraces 12 pages. 

II. Of TiTLE-EiSTTEiES, Carrying cross-references to the author's name, there 
are about 12,000, of which 1,794 are titles of ^^Zff^s, analyzed from collective 
works. The number of fiflc-cn/rics is a little over one-third of the number of author- 
entries. They occupy a space equivalent to about 52 pages solid nonpareil. 

III. Of DISTINCT SUBJECT AND CLASS-HEADINGS there are about 400, irre- 
spective of geographical names and names of persons. Of these, about 30 are 
specially prominent and complex, with subject matters and sub-divisions more 
or less numerous, arranged in alphabetical order ; such as Amusements, games, 
sports, and pastimes, pp. 23-26 ; Architecture, pp. 3.3-35 ; Arts (Useful), pi>. 
39-48 ; Astronomy, jip. 50-55 ; Biblical, religious, and ecclesiastical literature, 
jip. 77-10(;; Bibliography; Biography, pp. 109-215 ; Birds and ornithology, 
pp. 216-217 ; Botany, ]>\\ 224-22G ; Chemistry, pp. 2G3-2G5 ; Drama and plaj-s, 
pp. 423-5, 873-900 ; Education, pp. 434-9 ; Fiction, pp. 459-536 ; Fine arts, 
pp. 538-549 ; Geology, mineralogy, and pala3outology, pp. 573-4 ; Government 
and politics, 584-589 ; History, geography and travels, and particular countries, 
pp. 622-4 ; 568-572 ; 285-394 ; Insects and entomology, pp. 645-7 ; Language, 
pp. 674-81; Law and jurisprudence, pp. 684-692: Literature and literary 
tory, pp. 703-712 ; Logic, pp. 715-716 ; Mathematics, pp. 747-9 ; Medicine, 
pp. 752-769 ; Meteorology and climatology pp. 773-4 ; Military science, pp. 
777-9 ; Music, pp. 797-9 ; Mythology, pp. 801-2 ; Natural liistory, pp. 805-811 ; 
Naval science, pp. 812-813 ; Philosophy, mental, moral, and metaphysical, pp. 
851-864 ; Physics, pp. 865-869 ; Poetry ( English and American), pp. 903-910 ; 
Political economy, pp. 911-925 ; Social science, pp. 1000-1004, 



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of suB-HEADiNfis occurring under more general subjects, there are about 
3,000, represented in the general alphabet by cross-references. 

IV. The i'uixcipal subject-entries (not analytical) number about 26,000. 

V. The Catalogue is very largely analytical and synoptical. The 
subject-entries, by analysis of collective works and collections of essays, amount to 
somewhat more than 13,000, and of articles in the periodical literature of the last 
twenty-five years, to 11,400, or a total of about 25,000 analytical subject ref- 
erences, bibliographically exact, in addition to the 26,000 principal subject-entries. 

The Contents of collections, and of collectiye and miscellaneous works, are 
very generally given, for the most part in alphabetical order ; and, when prac- 
ticable, are placed under the subject. In such cases a cross-reference is usually 
made from the author-entry to the subject-entry, to avoid repetition and loss 
of space. The Contents occupy a space ei^uivalent to about 137 pages solid 
nonpareil. 

VI. Topical or subject cross-references, i. c, cross-references from spe- 
cific topics to the more general class that includes them, or from one heading 
or sub-heading to other headings or sub-headings. As before stated, the 
number of cross-references in the general alphabet, to sub-headings arranged 
under more complex headings, is about 3,000; but the topical cross-references 
of all kinds are almost as numerous as the title-entries, amounting to about 10,000. 



S. B. NOTES, 

Librarian. 



BuooKLYN, December, 1880. 



CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



BROOKLYN LIBRARY. 



AUTHOES, TITLES, SUBJECTS, AM CLASSES. 



PART THIRD. 

N-Z (Pages 803-1110). 



BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

1880. 



Stack 

Annex 

NADAL- NAPOLEON 



803 



N (J. F.) Mary Stuart and the casket letters. With 

introd. note, by H.G.Boel. Edin.,1870.12°.3121.22 
Na molu : adventures at tlie Hawaiian. Georgian and Society 

Islands. iVe Perltins (E. T.) 1065.07 

Nadal (E. S. ) Impressions of Loudon social life, 

with other papers. N. Y., IST."). 12\ . U.35.25 
Nadar (Felix Tournachon, dit). A terre et en I'air. 

Meinoires du Geant [Ballon]. P.,18(J4.16°. 3922.05 
Nadir Shah. See Biography (p. 180). 
Naegelsbach (C. W. Eduard). Book of the prophet Jeremiah. 

Expounded. Tr. by S. K. Asbury. New York, 1871. 8°. 

[/« Lange (J.P.) Commentary, O. T., v. 13 J . .3725.22 

— Lameutationa of Jeremiah. Expounded. Tr., enl., and ed. 

by Wm. H. Hornblower. New York, 1871. 8^. [In Lange 
(J. P.) Commentary, O. T., v. 13.] 3725.22 

Naglee (Henry M.) Love life. Consisting of a cor- 
respondence on love, war and politics. [Califor- 
nia, 1H67.] 12° 3127.20 

Nairne (Carolina Oliphant, baroness). Life and songs ; 
with a memoir and poems of C. Oliphant the 
younger. Ed. by C. Eogers. 2d ed. enl. Lon- 
don, 1869. 16° 1674.22 

Naismith (John). Inqniry concerning the propriety of increas- 
ing the import duty on foreign com. [I>i Pamphleteer, 
V. 4. ISU.] 50.58.04 

Nala and Damayanti. Tr. bv H. U. Milmau. [In his Poetical 

works, V. 3, 1839.) 1671.39 

4Kff" »See also Maha-Bharata (p. 730.) 

Names. 

Christian and Family Names and Surnames. 

— Anderson (W.) Genealogy and surnames: with 

some heraldic and biogr. notices. 1805. 6614.08 

— ArViur (W.) Etymological dictionary of family 

names. 1857 6614.04 

— Bardsley ((.'. IF.) Our English surnames: their 

sources and significations 6612.10 

~ Bowdiich {N. I.) Suffolk surnames. 1857.3246.24 

Same. 2d ed., enlarged. 1858. . . .3246.11 

Same. 3d ed. 1861 3246.10 

— Bromfield (M. E.) Female christian names and 

the'ir teachings. 1875 6612.08 

Carter {Mrs. S. 0.) Lexicon of ladies' names: 
with their floral emblems. 1865. . . . 4913.25 

— Charnock {R. K) Ludus patronymicus ; or, the 

etymology of curious surnames. 18r.8. 6614.10 

— Ferguson (H.) The Teutonic name-system applied 

to the family names of France, England, and 
Germimy. 1864 6014.13 

— Finldijson {J. ) Surnames and sirenames. With 

hist. aco. of names Buggey and Bugg. . 6614.09 

— Lordan (C. L.) Of certain English surnames .and 

their odd phases when seen in groups. . 6612.09 

— Lower (M. A.) Patronymica Brit.annica : diction- 

ary of family names. 1860 6614.01 

— Markland (J. H ) Remarks on the antiquity and introduc- 

tion of surnames in England. [In Archsologia, v. 18, 
1817.] .6128.- 

— Moody (S.) What is your name? meanings .and 

derivations of christian names. 1863. . 6614.05 

— Narcs {R'v. E.) Names. Christian names, [//i /as Heraldic 

anomalies, v. 1, 1823.] 6021.27 

— Salvertc {A. J. E.) History of the names of men, 

nations, and places. In their connection with 
the progress of civilization. 2 v. 1864. 6614.06 

— Wkeder ( \V. A.) Explanatory and pi'onouncing 

dictionary of the noted names of fiction ; in- 
cluding familiar pseudonyms, surnames, etc. 

1865 2761.17 

Niitc.—Mso printed as appendix to ' Webster's Dictionary, 
unabridged.' 

— Witkinsan [W. F.) Personal names in the Bible in- 

terpreted and illustrated. 1865. . . . 3623.15 

— Yoruje (Miss V. M.) History of christian names. 

2v. 1863. 6614.02 

Geographical Names. 

— Charnock (R. S.) Verba nominalia ; or words de- 

rived from i^roper names. 1866. . . . 6435.10 

— Edmunds (F.) Traces of history in the names of 

places. 1869 472.19 

— Joyce (P. W.) Origin and history of Irish names 

of places. 1869 472.18 

— Lower (.)/. A.) On local nomenclature. [In his Contrib. to 

lit., 1K54 ; p. 1-37.] 2534.21 

— Salverte (E.) See above under Family names. 

— Taylor il.) Words and places : or, etymological il- 



lustrations of history, ethnology, and geography. 
2d ed. 2 maps. 1865 6614.12 

See also Christ, examiner, Jan., 1869 ; p. 19-29 (On giv. 
ing names to towns and atroets, by J. F. Clarke). 

Note.— See also appendices to Webster's and Worcester's 
Dictionaries for pronouncing vocabularies of .Scripture, 
and Greek and Latin, proper names ; and modern geo- 
graphical and biographical names. 

For references to sonic vocabularies of Indian names, see 
conte7ttsot' Schoolcraft's Hist, of Indian tribes {under Lan- 
guage, Indian, p. 079). 

.S'f'C also .\tlantic monthly, v. 6, 18C0 (Come si chiama) ; 
Bentley's miscel., v. 21. 1847 (Christian names, by Mrs. 
Matthews) ; Chambers's journal, v. 8, 1847 (Aristocracy of 
names) ; Ed. rev., v. 101. or Littell, 2d ser., v. 9, 1855 
(Engl, surnames) ; v. 111. 1860 (Engl, local nomenclature) ; 
New Euglander, Jan., 1873 (Name-words in the vernacu- 
lar, by J.S. Sewall) ; Putnam's mag.. Jan., 1855 (Our given 
names) ; Mch.. 1855 (Notes on proper names) ; Harper's 
mag., V. 20 (Household names and dates, by S. Osgood) ; 
V. '28 (What is in a name); v. 32 (Names of men and places ; 
2 art. by M. Scheie de Vere). 
Nantucket {Islaml of). See Countries {Nantvckel, p. 346). 
Naphegyi (Gabor, M.D.i Among the Arabs in Al- 
geria. Philadelphia, 1868. 12°. . . . 1081.16 

— Ghardaia ; or 90 days among the B'ni Moz.ab ; ad- 

ventures in the oasis of the desert of Sahara. 

New York, 1871. 1'2° 1083.21 

Napheys (George H., M.D.) Physical life of wo- 
men : advice to the maiden, wife, and mother. 
4th ed. Phil., 1870. 1'2° 4331.14 

— Transmission of life. Nature and hygiene of the 

masculine function. 2ded. Phil. ,!8'71. 12°. 4331.23 
Napier {Gen. Sir Charles .Tames). William the con- 
queror. Ed. by Sir W. Napier. L.,1S58. 12°. 233.18 
j8S> For lives of C. J. N., see Biograohy (p. 180). 
Napier {Adm. Sir Charles John). See Biography (p. 180). 
Napier (Charles O. Groom). The book of nature and 
the book of man. L., 1870. 8°. . . . 4727.11 

— Tommy Try and what he did in science. New 

York, 1869. 12° 3913.15 

Napier (Henry Edward). Florentine history. [To 

1815.] 6v. Loudon, 1846-47. 16°. . ."533.04 
Napier (Ma/. -i/e)i. Hungerford Delavan Elers). Life 

and correspondence of admiral Charles Najiier. 

2 V. London, 1802. 8° 3127.03 

— Keminiscences of Syr-ia, and fragm. of journal .and 

letters from Holy Land. 2 v. L., 1843. 8°. 1041.19 

— Scenes and sports in foreign Lands. 2 v. London, 

1840. 8°. 4624.01 

Napier (James). Ancient workers and artificers in 

metal. London and Glasgow, 1858. 16°. 3933.52 
Same. 2d ed. L. and Glasg., 1858. 16°. 3933.53 

— A manual of dyeing receipts. London and Glas- 

gow, lf-:55. 12° 3933.03 

— Manufacturing arts in ancient times, London, 

1874. 12° 3941.11 

Contents: OoM and silver. Copper. Tin. Bronze. Iron. 

Lead. Mercury. Zinc. Antimony. Dyeing. Spinning 

and weaving. Pottery. Glass-making. Building. The 

Ark of Noah. 
Napier (JIacvey). Lord Bacon and Sir Walter Ea- 

leigh. Cambridge, (Enyl), 1853. 16°. . 3015.27 
Napier (JIark). History rescued, in re The Wigtown 

martyrs. Edinburgh, 1870. 8°. . . . 485.05 

— The case for the crown in re The Wigtown m.artyrs 

proved to be myths, versus Wodrow and lord 
Macaulay. Edinburgh, 1863. 8°. . . . 485.05 

— Montrose and the covenanters. 2 v. London, 

1838. 8° 3124.21 

Napier {Sir Wm. Friincis Patrick). Life and opinions 
of gen. Sir Charles -James Napier. 4 v. Lon- 
don, 1857. 12= 3131.01 

— History of the war in the Peninsula, 1807-14. 

New York, 18,".l. 8° 547.01 

Same. 5 v. New York, 1856. 12°. . . 553.04 

For lives of Sir W. N., see Biography (p. 180). 
Naples. See Countries (.V«/>/.<. p 340). 

Napolead (The), a poem. S- ■ Genin iT. H.) Writings, 18C9. 5037.19 
Napoleon, au epic poem. A- e Harris (W. E.) 1845. . .1645.12 
Napoleon (Life of), a Hudibrastic poem. Sec Combe (Wm.) 

1815 1634.04 

Napoleon i., (emperor of the French). Table-talk and 

opinions. 2d ed. " London, 1869. 18°. . 0216.20 
^^ For lives ef N., ainl !ii:s corresp., see Biogra'phy (p. 180); 

also St. James mag., v. 2, 1676 (Napoleon at St. Helena, bj 

one of the emperor's attendants : 5 art.) 
Napoleon 11. [son of Napoleon 1.) See Biography (p. 181) ; alse 

New monthly mag., Nov., 1832. 



In asking for books, use the ■' Book Orders," giving the AUTHOR'S NAME, the first part of the TITLE, and tho NtniBER. 



804 



NAPOLEON NATOLIA 



Napoleon m., {emperor of France). Histoire de Jules 
Cesar. 2 v. New York, 18G5. 8'. . . 30J7.13 

— History of Julius Cajsar. v. 1-2. New York, 1865-i;. 

8= 3028.01 

Same. v. 1-2. New York, X86.5-7. 12°. 3027. lU 

— Napoleonic ideas. New York, 1859. 12^ . 5727.2.3 

— Political and historical works, with memoir, to 

1852. 2 V. London, 1852. 8°. ... 5057.15 
Contents : v. 1. Life. Political reverie.?. Ideas of a new 
couslitutiou, 1832. Switzerlaml. Ideas of Napoleonism. 
Hist, fragmeuts— t!ie revolutions of 1G88 aud 18J0. 

2. The sugar questiou. Paupeiism. Jos. Bonaparte. 
Opinions on various questions. Of governments and 
their supporters. Reply to Laniartine. Past and future 
of artillery. L'Idee Napoieonienue. Kevision of the con- 
stitution. Miscellaneous papers. Papers relatiug to the 
coup d'etat. 

— Posthumous works and unpublished autographs. 

Collected by count de la Chapelle. London, 

1873. 8' 5057.17 

Contents : Principles, by a late diplomatist. Manuscript 
of the emperor, .\nnotations. The emperor's book, 
aiilitary f<jrces of France antl the campaign of 1870. 

^^ For lives ant crit. noticrs, see Biography [p. 180); also 
Black, mag., v. 96. 18ii4 (Napoleonic idea in Mexico) ; Lon- 
don soc, Nov., Dec, 1609 (Early days of Najioleon in.) : 
Macm., Apl.. 1865 (Vindiciie Napoleonianae. by E. Dicey). 
Napoleon iii. in Italy ; and other poems. See Browning {Mrs. 

E. B.I 1800 1022.09 

Napoleon dynasty. See Lester (Charles E.) 1857. . . . 3023.05 
Napoleon fallen ; a lyrical drama. See Bnchanan (R.) 1871. 1623.21 

Napoleon museum. .S'-^e Sainsbnry (J.) 1845 1467. 1'i 

Narcotics. See Medicine [.stimulants and Sarcotics, p. 767). 
Nardiu (Jean Frederic). Le pre'dicateur evangelique, 
ou sermons. 4e ed. 4 v. P., 1821. 8°. 3576. 1'J 
Nares (Edward). Heraldic anomalies. 2 t. Lon- 
don. 1823. sm. 8° 6621.27 

V. 1. Lady, lord, captain, doctor. Titles. Pope. Holy- 
ness. Sovereign. Peers' daughters. Kobility. Names. 
Christian names. Marquess. Bishops. Law. Baronets. 
Knights. 2. Esquires and gentlemen. Clergy. Univer- 
sities. Females, their rights and privileges. Old maids. 
Masters, mistresses, aud servants. Quakers. Wigs. Ob- 
solete privileges, distinctions, titles. Ancient etiquette. 
Precedence. 

— How far a plurality of worlds is consistent or not 

so, with the language of the Holy Scriptures. 
London, 1801. 8^ 3570.23 

— Man, as known to us theologically and geologically. 

London, 1»31. 1'2' 3762.0:i 

— Thinks I to myself, [anon.'i 10th ed. London, 

18'2«. 8= 233.51 

— Universal history. See Tytler (A. F.) and Nares (E.) 412.01 
Nares (Geors;e S., iJ.-V. I Naval cadet's guide. Lon- 
don, 1860. 12°. 4517.08 

— Seamanship. 2ded. Portsea, 1862. 8=. . 4517.09 
Narjoux (Felixl. Notes and sketches of an architect 

in the northwest of Euroj^e. Tr. by J. Peto. 

Boston, 1877. 8°. 1313.42 

Contents : Holland, Germany, Denmark. 

Nasby ;Petroleum Y.).2fseud. See Locke (D. K.) 

Nash (Joseph). The mansions of England in the 
olden time. Re-edited by J. C. Anderson. With 
the origin.al illus. reduced and executed in litho- 
graphy, bv II. and N. Himhart. 4 v. London, 
18ii9-71. folio 1317.26 

Nash {Richard'. Ste Biography (p. 182). 

Nash (Simeon). Morality and the state. Columbu-s, 
(Ohio), 18-59. 8° 5722.22 

Nash (Thomas). Pierce Penniless's supplication to 
the devil. 1592. Introd. by J. P. Collier. Lon- 
don, .s'/irtfc. soc, 184'2. 8° 1756.12 

Nasmyth (James). Remarks on tools and machines. [With 
Baker (Elements of mechaiiism, 185S.] 39'23.16 

Nasology. .V-f': Noses. 

Nasou ( /.'■!•. Elias). Gazetteer of the state of Massa- 
chusetts. Boston, 1»74. 8° 594.19 

— Memoir of Mrs. Susanna Eowson, with extracts 

from her writings, .\lbany, 1^70. 8'. . 3154.30 

— A monogram [monograph] on our national song. 

Albany, 1869. 8" 1G74.'°1 

Nassau (K. H.) Crowned in Palm-land. A story of 
African mission life. [A memorial of JIary Clovd 
(Lottai Na.ssau ] Phil., 1871. 8°. . . . 3131.07 
Nasse (Erwin). The agricultural community of the 
middle ages, aud inclosures of the 16th century 
in England. 2d cd. I'roui the German, by H. 

A Ouvrj'. London, 1872. 8° 6126.07 

Nast (Thnina.')). Illiistr.ilions. Sec Harper's weekly, 1865-78. 



Nast (Wm., D.D.) Commentary on the gospels of 
Matthew and Mark. Cin., llO.^. 8". . .3751.12 
Nat the navi-ator. .S'-e Bowditch (H. I.) 1870. . . . 3022.27 
Natal. .*>'■,-« Conntries {^'atal. p. 347). 
Natchez (Lcs). See Chateaubriand (B. F. A. de). . . .7014.03 

Nathan the wise. .•>'<-: Lessing (O. E.) 1868 1732.11 

Natick, {Mass.) See Countries, etc (Xalirk, p. 347). 

Nation (The), a weekly journal devoted to politics, 
literature, science, and art. v. 1-27. New York, 
18()3-78. 4° 

— Critical and social essays, reprinted from the Na- 

tion. New York, l.'>67. 16°. 2-541.09 

Nation (The). .S'« Mulford (E.) 5715.19 

Nation (Ti.el: its rulers, r(c. .9r« Willis (.Anson). . . .5734 08 
Nation ( ihe). aud national character. See G-ovemment aud 

p<.litics (p. 587). 
National academy of design. WhjIiUP. B.) Photo- 
grajjhs of the new building, with description. 

1806 1316.07 

See also article by C. Cook, in Chr. exam., Jtily, 1866. 
National academy of sciences. Memoirs. Vol. 1. 

Washington, 1866. 4° 

National almanac and annual record. 2 v. Phila- 
delphia, 1863-64. 12^ 6722,-20 

National architect. *e *Woodward (Geo. E.) 18<;9. .1316.24 
National association for the promotion of social sci- 
ence. Sessional papers. Session 1865-6. Lon- 
don, 1806. 8' 5815.10a 

— Transactions, 1857-77. 21 v. L.. 1858-78. 8=. .5815.01 

J^ote. — Each volume contains addresses and discussions 
of the principal questions in law reform and jurisprudence, 
education, punishment aud reformation, public health, 
and political aud s jcial economy. 

— Trades' societies and strikers. Eeport, Sept., I860. 

London. 1«60. 8'. 5815.05 

National bank: its necessity 'and most advisable form. New 
York, 1841. 8° 5937.12 

National board of trade. Proceedings, lst-4th annual 
meeting, 1868-71. Boston, 1869-72- 8'. . 5943.02 

National character. .See Government aud politics (p. 587, . 

National congress on penitentiary and reformatory 
discipline. Papers and proceedings, Cin., Ohio, 
1870. Ed. by E. C. Wines. Alb., 1871. 8°. 

National convention of colored men. Proceedings, Syracuse, 
N. T., Oct., 1664. Boston, 1864. 8° 634.24 

National cyclop;edia of useful knowledge. 12 v. 

Boston, 1853. 8° e.a. 

V. 1-2, A-Bau. 3-4. Bav-Cot. 5-6. Cotes-Evelyn. 7-8. 
Han-Sor. 9-10. Nor-Sie. 11-12. Sieg-Zyg. 

National debts. .S\e PoUtical economy {Xational debts). 

National eclectic medical a.ssociation. Transactions, 
1870-75. 4 V. New York, 1872-75. 8=. . 4346.26 

National *gallerv : a series of 29 plates from the best 
pictures in that collection. L., J846. fol. N.27.11 

National 'gallerj' of pictures by the great masters. 
2 V. London, [ii.rf.] 4=" 1HG.'24 

National hand-book of facts and figures. AVith a full 
chronology of the rebellion. N.Y.,1868.12°.5723.10 

National hymns. &e 'White (R. G.) 1861 1695.04 

H^ .See also Poetry {Patriotic). 

National intelligencer. .See account of this paper in Atlantic 
mo., V. 6, 1860. See also the life of Wm. W. Seaton [3161. OIJ. 

National life. See Government and politics (p. 587). 

National peace jubilee. .See Gilmore (P. S.) History, etc. 1565.74 

National portrait gallery. See Jerdan iWm.) .... 3236.08 

National portrait gallery of distinguished Americans. See Ser- 
ring(J.)a)i(/Loi^acre (J. B.) 3247.08 

National *i)ortrait gaUery of distinguished Ameri- 
cans ; -srith biogr. sketches. 4 v. Philadelphia, 

1859. 1. 8= 3247.12 

jyote. — Substantially the same as preceding work of Her- 
ring aud Loiigacre. 

National portrait gnllery of eminent .Americans. See Duyckinck 
(E. A.) 2 V. 1862 3248.0-2 

National pride. See Government and politics (Pa/no^>m, p. 588). 

National quarantine and sanitary convention. Pro- 
ceedings and debates of the 3d-4th convention, 
1859-60. 2 v. N. Y. andB., 1859-60. 8^ 4345.15 

National quarterly re-view. v. 1-38. June, 1860 — 

March, 1878. New York. 1860-78. 8°. . 8138.01 

Note.—\. 2-35 ed. bv E. I. Sears i v. 36-38 by D. A. Gorton. 

National review, v. 1-18. July, 1855 — Apl., 1864. 
London, 1855-64. 8= 8122.16 

Nationalities of Europe, .^ee Latham (B. G.) 1863. . . 445.17 

Nationality, or law relating to subjects and aliens. See Cockbom 

(A'ir.A.) 18C9 5613.18 

See also Law ilnternaiiondt, p. 688). 

Nations. See La-w {International); — Government (3''a/tona2 char^ 
acter and the n^ilion. p. 587). 

Nations around [P.ilestineJ. See Keary (A.) 423.17 

Natalia. See Countries {Asia Minor, p. 292). 



THE B It O O K L Y K LIB B A U Y . 



NATURAL, HISTORY, AND NATURE, 



805 



\i:UANaEMENT Or SuBuivisioNS.— I. Bibliography.— II. Diclinnarics and Cyclopaxlia^.~lU. Periodicals.— IV . Anciiiu 
X.iUiral Uistory.—Y. General Xalurnl llislmy.—'VI. G-nenU Zoological Works.— Vll. AnimaLi {Descriplvm and Anecdotes 
o/)._VIII. Miscellaneous General Natural History: sketches ant adventure. — IX. Vuriuus Branches, Objects, and Phe- 
nomena : — 1. Amphibians (p. SOfJ).— 2. Animal products.— 3, Aquaria. — 4. Automata Hypothesis, — 5, Beaver. — 6. Bible 
Natural History.—?, Biology.— 8. Birds— 9. Bison.— 10, Botany.— 11, Camel.— 12, Cats.— 13, Classification. — 14, Com- 
parative Anatomy. — 15, Corals and Corallines.— 16. Crustacea. — 17, Darwinian and other Theories of Development. 
18. Deer.- 19. Dogs.— 20. Elephants and other Thick-skinned Animals.— 21, Fishes.— 22, Geography and Classifi- 
cation of Animals and Plants.— 23, Heredity.— 24. History, Principles, etc. — 25, Horse.— 26, Instinct and Reason. 
27, Invertebrata. — 28, Jelly-fishes, Medusa;, etr. — 29, Lion, Tiger, Leopard. Jaguar, Lynx, Oat. — 30, Mammals. — 31, 
Marine Zoology. — 32, Marsupialia.— 33, Medical Zoology. — 34, Mineralogy.— 35, MoUusca. — 36, Monkeys.— 37, Na- 
ture. —38, PalSEOntology.— 39. Protozoa —40. Quadrupeds —41. Eadiata. — 42, Rats.— 43, Reproduction, Development, 
and Metamorphoses. — 44. Reptiles. — 45, Rodcntia.— 46, Sea-anemones. — 47. Sloth.— 48, Spontaneous generation.— 49, 
Taxidermy, preserving, c^c— 50, Vertebrata,— 51. Whales and other Cetacea. — 52, Various Countries. 

i>^ ^ec also, in the general alphabet, the following subsidiary headings, viz.: — Man {Anthropology ; — Ethnology, etc., p, 733); 
Agriculture ( Various headings, ]). 7-9); — Medicine {.Medical zoology, p. 7G2 : — Anatomy, p. 1'i5 : — Physiology, p. 7C4) ; — Brutes 
(Treatment of, p. 233) ;— Amusements {Sporting, p. 2,^)7); — Calendar fp ■2i7):— Earth(p. 4:)-2): — Geography {Physical, p. 571); 
Geology. Mineralogy, and Palgeontology (p. 573) ; — Ocean :— Fine arls{Pieturesfiue, p. 547 ; — Scenery, p. 54a) ; — Poetry 
[Nature) ; — Biography {Naturalists, p. 114) ;— Microscope (p. 77G) ;— Seasons. 



I. Bibliography of Natural History. 

Agnssiz{L. J. B.) Bibliographia zoologias ; a catalogue 
of books and memoirs. 4 v. 1848. . . 2773.01 

Royal society of London. Catalogue of scientific pa- 
pers : ]80a-G3. 5 V aTSO.Ol 

Note. — The subject index is not yet {1878) published. 

Swainson [W.) Bibliography of zoologists, [/h /iis Taxidermy, 
ete.] 4812.01 

II. Dictionaries and Oyclopa'dias. 

Baird{W.) Dictionary of n.atur.al history. 18C0. 4717.05 

A^o/f.— Includes auiuials, veget;ib!es, and minerals. 
Clienu (J. C.) Encyclopedie d'histoire uaturelle. 
22 V. and Tables, 9 v. 31 v. Paris, 180U-61. 4°. 
Contents. 



Anneltis, 1 v. 
Botanique. 2 v. 
OoleoiJteres, 3 v. 
Crustaces, moUusquee et 

zoophytes, 1 v. 
Mammif^res, 4 v. 
Oiseaux, 6 v. 



Papillons de nuit, 1 v. 
Papillons diurues, 1 v. 
Qaadrmiiaues, 1 v. 
liaces hum-iiues, 1 v. 
Keptiles et poissous, 1 v. 
Tables, 9 V. 



Enejh.'k cyclopiedia. Conducted by C. Knight. Nat- 
ural history. 4t. London, 18.54-5G. 4". 4728.13 

Same. Supjjlement. L., 1873. 4^. . .4728.17 

Orbiijny (C. d'). Dictionnaire universel d'histoire 
natnrelle. 13 v. Paris, 1849. 8°. . . 474.").01 

Same. Atlas. 3 v. Paris, 1849. 8^ .474-5.14 

V. 1. Zoologie : — Races humaiues. Mammiteres. 2 Oia- 
- eaux. Reptiles. Poissons. lusectes. 3. Zoologie . — Myria- 
podes. Arachuide.'^. Crustaces. Cirrhipedes. Vers. 
MoUusques. Zoophytes. BeAanique. 

111. Periodicals and Publications of Societies. 

American assoc. for promotion of science, v. 1-25, 
1849-77 394(;.01 

American naturalist, a magazine of natural history, 
•v. 1-11. 18(>8-77 4743.U1 

Annals and magazine of natural history, including 
zoology, botany, and geology. 3d series, v. 6- 
14, 18G0-G4 4726.07 

Assoc, of Amer. geologists and naturalists. Reports 
of 1st, 2d, and 3d meetings at Phil., 1840, 41, ttnd 
in Boston, 1842 4114.10 

Essex count// (Mass.) natural history society. Journal. 
1852 4725.21 

Kidd ( W. ) Kidd's own journal : i^iopular science, etr. 
5v. 1852-54 4725.22 

Museum of comparative zoology, Harvard coUeqe. 
Bulletin, v. 1-2. 18G3-187L 2 v. . . 4730.' 19 

--Reports. 18G0, 18G2-71 -4730.17 

— niustrated catalogue. No. 1-6 in 6 v. 1865-72. 4738.14 

Naturalist's miscellany, by G. Shaw and F. P. Nod- 
der. V. 19. 1789 -1716-01 

Ray society- For contents see Ray society in general alphabet. 

iiecoici of zool. literature, v. 1-11. 18'Ji-187-l. 4746.01 

Periodicals in part devoted to Natural History. 

Acadeni)/ of natural sciences of Phil. Proceedings. 

V. i-18, 1841-66 8002.01 

American assoc. for promotion of science, v. 1-25. 

1849-77 3946.01 

.47iieric«;i institute. Annual report, v. 5-36, 1847-8 — 

1876-7 6117.06 

Nature : a weekly journal, v. 1-18. 1870-78. 



PopuZar science monthly, v. 1-13, 1872-78. .8156.01 
Popular science review, v. 1-13, 1862-74. . . 8155.01 
Smithsonian institution. For contents see Smithsonian institu- 
tion, in general alphabet. 
^■^((7e/.^and intellectual observer. 5 v. 1808-70. 8186.21 
Year-book of facts in science and art. Ed. J. Timbs. 
39 V. 1840-77 3911.01 

rV. Ancient Natural History. 

Aristotle. History of animals. Tr. by R. Cresswell. 

Bohi, 1862 4715.14 

Reviewed in Quar. rev., v. 117, 1805, p. 28-58. 
Same. Tr. by T. Taylor. 1809.. . .5018.04 

— Treatise on the parts and progressive motion of 

animals. Tr. by T. Taylor. 1810. . ..5018.05 
N'ote.— For other editions of Aristotle, and commenta- 
ries, see under his name, p. 30 of Catalogue. 
Pliiiiu.-i Secundus (G.) Natural history. Tr., with 
notes by J. Bostock and H. T. Eiley. 6 v. 

Bohn, 185-5-57 4715.01 

v. 1. Account of the world and the elements, and of 
countries, nations, seas, towns. mouutaiiiB. peoples, etc. 
2. .Same, cont'd. Man, and the terrestrial animals. Fishes. 
Birds. 3 Insects. Trees and shrubs. 4. The flowers. 
Giaius. Flax and garden plants. Botauical remedies. 
Properties of plants and liuits. 5. IJeuiedi'S derived 
fiuiii trees, plants, and living creatures. Aquatic ani- 
mals and remedies. 6. Aquatic animals aud remedies. 
Metals. Paintings and colours. Stoues. Precious stones. 
See ai3oKat.rev.,v. 11, 1800; p. 24-45. 

v. General Natural History. 

Blumenbach il. F.) Manual of the elements of natural 

history. 182-5 4717-10 

Buffon {G. L. Le C, comte de). Natur.al history. Tr. 
by AV. Smellie. New ed. by W. Wood. 20 v. 

1812 4711.01 

Contents : v. 1-2. The earth. 3. Mau. 4-10. Quadru- 
peds. 11-20. Birds- 
Hougldou (8.) Three kingdoms of nature. 1868. 4712.23 

Contents .- Animal, vegetable, aud mineral kingdoms. 
Poiicliet iF- -.4-) 'I'ho universe : or the infinitely great 
tmd the infinitely little. 1870. . . . 4717.28 
Contents : The auimal and vegetable kingdoms. 

VI. General Zoolorjij. 

*Cuvier (0. L. C. F. D.) A nim.al kingdom. Ai-ranged 
after its organization. Ed. by W. B. Carpenter 
and J. O. Westwood. 1849 4737.05 

Same. New ed. 1860 4737.04 

— The animal kingdom. 4 v. in 8. 1834-36. 4724.01 
D'ltbts .]]'. .S.) Zoology. 2v. 18.55. . . .4715.09 
Carpenter (W. B.) Zoology. 2v. 1857. . .4715.11 
Eihoards {H. M.) Mtinual of zoology. Tr. by R. 

Knox. 1.S56 4713.18 

Goldsmith (0.) History of the earth and animated n.a- 

ture. 4 V. 1852 4717.01 

Contents : v. 1-2. Animals. 3-4. Animals. Birds. 

Fishes. Frogs, lizards, and serpents. Insects. Zoophytes. 
Gould i^A. A.\ Naturalist's libr,try. 1853. . 4717.04 
JardineiSir Wni.,ed.) Naturalist's library. 40 v. 4711.01 

iVoie.— For contents see p. 651 of this Catalogue. 
Martin {F.) Natural history. From the German, by 

S. A. Myers. 2 v. 1870 4713.16 

Maunder {,S.) Treasury of natural history. New ed., 

with supplement, 'by T. S.Cobbold. 1869. 4717.06 



la asking tor books, use the " Book Order," giviug the .AUTHOR'S NAME, the first part of the TITLE, aud the NUMBER. 



806 



NATURAL HISTORY 



Museum of natural history : a poptilar aocormt of the 
animal kingdom. By Sir J. Iliehardson, W. S. 
Dallas, T. S. Cobbohl, W. Baird, and A. White. 
2v 47-28.]'J 

Xcholson (H.A.) Manual of zoology. 2v.l870-71. 4737.07 
V. 1. Invei-tebrate auimals. 2. Vertebrate animals. 

Orion (J. ) Comparative zoology, structural and sys- 
tematic. 1876 -1737.09 

Palkrson (E.) Introd. to zoology. 1870. . 4713.21 

Tenney {S.) Natural history. 1865. . . .4715.07 
, WUsoii (A.) Elements of zoology. 1873. . 4713.22 

Wood (J. G.) Ilhis. nat. history. 1858. . .4713.15 

— niust. natural history. 3 v. 1803-65. . . 4717.07 

V. 1. Mammalia. 2. Birds. 3. Reptiles, Fishes, etc. 

— Popular natural history. 1876 4715.21 

VII. Animuls (Anealoles and descripiion of ). 

Achard (E. ) History of my friends, or home life with 
auimals 114.31 

Bement {('. N.) The rabbit fancier. 1863. .6133.23 

Bennett (E. T.) Gardens and menagerie of the zoolog- 
ical society. 2 V. 1835 4715.17 

V. 1. Quadrupeds. 2. Birds. 

Boner {O I'orest creatures. 1S61. . . .4722.04 
Contents : Wild boar. Deer. Eagle. Capercaile. 

Book of household pets, and how to manage them. 
ISGO 4722.09 

Captain wolf, and other sketches of animal biography. 
lanon.-\ New York, 1870. 12= 4722.06 

GMe (F. P.) False beasts and true. Essays on nat- 
ural iand unnatural) historj'. 1875. . . 4724.29 

Ferret keeper's manual. Also an article on weasels, 
stoats, and polecats. By Cyril. 1876. . 4721.22 

Foacher d'Obsonvilte ( — ). Philosophic essays on the 
manners of various foreign animals. 17S4. 1715.20 

Goldsmitit (0.) lutrod. to uatural liistoi-y. {In his Miecel. works, 
V. 2.] 50a7.08 

Gubernatis [A.) Zoological mythology, or the legends 
of animals. 2 v. 1S72 3817.07 

ILimnion (P. G.) Chapters on animals. With 20 
illus. byJ.VeyrassetandK. Bodmer.1874. 4722.20 

Hibbeid {S.) Clever dogs, horses, etc. With anec- 
dotes of other animals 4721.17 

Hoicitt (31.) Our four-footed friends. . . . 4724.15 

Jackson {T.) Our dumb compsinions : dogs, horses, 
donkeys, and cats. 1870 4724.13 

Jardine (Sir IVm.) Goats, sheep, oxen, [buffalo, bi- 
son] 4711.22 

Kirliy ( IF.) Power, wisdom, etc., of God in the crea- 
tion of animals. 2v. 1835 3524.07 

Lmes (G. H.) Studies in animal life. 1860.4712.01 

Lippincott (Mrs. S. J. C. ) Heads and tails : studies 
and stories of pets. By Grace Greenwood, pseud. 
187.5 -1722.21 

Maynard (C. J.) The naturalist's guide. With a com- 
plete catalogue of birds of eastern Massachusetts. 
1870 4723.12 

Newell (R. H.) Zoology of the English poets, cor- 
rected by modern naturalists. 1845. . 4713.20 

Old- children's pets. By Josephine. 18(15. . 1724.18 

Swainson ( IF. ) Animals in menageries. 1838. [L. 
C. C] 4721.12 

— Habits and instincts of animals. 1840. . 4721.14 
Thomson (J. ) Public and jjrivate life of animals. 

Adapted from the French of Balzac, Droz, and 
[others]. 1877 4723.26 

TinAs {J.) Eccentricities of the animal creation. 
18G9 4715.15 

Toussenel (A.) Passional zoology ; or spirit of the 
beasts of France. 1852 4722.12 

Vogt ( G. ) Le(;on sur les animaux utiles et nuisibles, 
les betes calomniees et mal jugees. Traduites 
de I'Allemand par M. G. Bayvet. 1867. 4721.20 

\Vatertun(U.) Essays on natural history. 1871. 4723.14 
Contents : Life of the autlior (p. 1-137). Anecdotes of an- 
imals (p. 137-212). Auecdotes of birds (p. 243-527). 
JVote. — Reviewed in Fraser's, v. 56, 1S57. 

White (A.) Head and tales ; or anecdotes and stories 
of quadrupeds and other beasts. 1870. . 4722.07 

Woml (J.G.) Common objects of the country. 4822.04 

— Homes without hands ; habitations of animals. 

1866 4725.01 



— Sketches and anecdotes of animal life, 1855. 4722.02 

— Man and beast here and hereafter. 1875. . 4737.14 

■yill. Miscellaneous General Natural History: 
with Sketches and Adventure. 

Biart (L.) Adventures of a young naturalist. Ed. 
by P. Gillmore. 1873 4722.19 

BriijhlwfU (C. L.) Romantic incidents in the lives of 
naturalists. 1861 921.10 

Broderip ( TF. J. ) Zoological recreations. New ed. 

1849. 4715.16 

Contfints : Singing birds. The cuckoo. Owis, Parrots. 
Ttirkeys. Wild swans. A word to anglers. JIay. Dogs. 
Cats. Apes and monkeys. Elephants. Dragons. 

Buckland (F. T. ) Curiosities of natural history. 1-2 

series. 1858-60 ^723. 01 

Contents : v. 1. Frogs and toads. Hats. The cobra dl 
capello. 2. A geological auction. The game-keeper's 
museum. In memoriam. A hunt on the sea-shore. 

Same. 3d series. 2d ed. 2 v. 1868. . 4724.09 

Contents: Miscel. experiences and observations. 

jBus/i wanderings of a naturalist, [anon.] 1805. 4624.06 

Cotlinr/wood { Cl Kambles of a naturalist : China, 
Formosa, Borneo, etc. 1868 1064.13 

Forbes (E.) Literary papers. 1855. . . . 2524.27 

GodmariiJ.) Kamblesof a naturalist. [/«Waldielibr.,v. l.]5078.15 

Gosse (P.) Land and sea. 1865 4712.25 

Contents : Lundy island (p. 1-106). A ramble to Brandy 
Cove. The sea. Higliwater mark. Babbicombe to Hope's 
nose. An hour among the Torbay sponges. Goby hunt- 
ing. Meadfoot and the starfish. A day in the woods of 
Jamaica. Ferns. Dartmoor and the Dart. 

— Life in its lower, intermediate, and higher forms. 

1857 4723.04 

— Eomance of natural history. 1861. . . .4723.03 
Hartwi.j (G.) Tropical world : natural history, etc. 

18G3 4727.01 

Hoxoitl (M.) Birds and flowers and other country 
things. 1848 4811.16 

— Sketches of natural history [in verse]. . .4721.18 
Humljukit (F. A. U. von). Personal narratives of travels 

in the equinoctial regions of America, 1799-1804. 
3 v. £o/i>i, 1852 1104.02 

Kinijsley (C.) Madam How and lady Vfhy : or, first 
lessons in earth lore for children. 1870. 4723.11 

Knapp (J. L.) Journal of a naturalist. 1829. 4722.16 

Same. Country rambles in England ; or Jour- 
nal, etc. With notes by [Miss Cooper. ]1853.4722.18 

Masius (B.) Studies from nature. Is55. . . 4713.01 
Contents : Forest trees of northern Germany. Birds. 
The frog. The fox. The lobster and the cray fish. 

Napier [C. U. G.) Book of nature and book of man. 
1870 4727.11 

— Tommy Try and what he did in science. 1^69. 3913. 15 
Naturalist's miscellany, by G. Shaw and F. P. Nodder. 

v. 1-19. 1789 4716.01 

JVbic— Imperfect, lacking pi. 973-106-4. 

Noyce (K) Outlines of creation. 1859. . .4712.28 
Contents : The sky. the earth, the air, the waters, the 
vegetable and animal kingdoms. 

(luatrefages (A. de). Kambles of a naturalist on the 
coast of France, Spain, and Sicily. 2 v. 4723.16 
i\'ote.— Reviewed in N, Brit, rev., v. 28, 1858. 

Reason why. Natural history. By the author of En- 
quire within. 1869. • 4713.19 

Rural rambles, or some chapters on flowers, birds, and 
insects. By a lady. Phil., 1854. 8=. . 4731.09 

Taylor (J.) Curiosities of nat. hist. 1819. .4722.11 

W'ti.ite(G.) Nat. hist, of Selborne. 1812. . .4721.09 

Wood (J.G.) Calendar of the months. 1873.4731.10 

IX. Various Brandies. Objects, and Phenomena. 
1, Amphibians. 

Hamilton iR.) Amphibious carnivora, including the walrus and 
seals : also herbivorous cetacea, etc. [In Jardine. Nat. 
libr.. v. 25, 1839.] 4711.23 

Swainson ( IF. ) Nat. hist, of amphibia. 2 v. 1838.4825.06 
Seats. 

.lllen {J. A.) On the eared seals (Otariadas), with detailed de- 
scriptions of the north Pacific species. [In Bulletin of 
the Museum of comparative zoology, v. 2.] . . . 4736.20 

Bryant (C.) Ou the habits of the northern fur seal (Callorhinus 
ursinus, Gray), with description of the Pribyloff group of 
Islands. [In Bulletin of the Museum of comparative zo- 
ology, v. 2.J 4736.20 



THE BROOKLYN LIBRARY. 



NATURAL HISTORY 



807 



2, Animal Products. 

Lankester (R) Uses of animals, in relation to the 
industry of man. 1864 .5926.22 

Siinmoiida (P. L.) Animal products: their prepara- 
tion, commercial uses, and value. . . . 5926.27 

3, Aquaria. 

Jilckerstii.ffe (M. B.) Down among the water-weeds; 

or marvels of pond life. 1S68 4821.11 

Bulla- (II. D.) The family aquarium. 1858. 4821.21 
Edwards (A. M.) Life beneath the waters; or, the 

aquarium in America. 1858 482.5.13 

Humphreys (H. N.) Ocean gardens. 1857. . 482(5.14 

— River gardens : fresh water aquaria. 1857. 4826.15 
Jones (T. R.) Aquarian naturalist. 1858. .. 4826.12 
Sowerhy ((?. B.) Popular hist, of the aquarium. 

1857 4825.10 

See also Atlantic monthly, v. 1, 1857 (My aquarium) ; v. 8, 
1861 (The aquarium). 

4, Automata Hypothesis. 

,y»?e Fortu. rev., Nov.. 1874 (Hypothesis that animals are 
automata, by T. H. Huxley) ; Pop. science mo.. Feb., 1H75 
(Animals not automata, by R. G. Hazard) ; Couteinp. rev., 
Sept., 1875 (Huxley's hypothesis that animals are automata, 
by lord Blacht'ord), 

5, Beaver. 

D<mek (A. van tier). Description of the B. [In New York hist. 

soc. CoU. 2d a., v. 1, 1841.] 

Morgan (L. K.) American beaver and his works. 

186S 4727.25 

^^ See also Amusements {Trapping, p. 2G). 

6, Bible Natural History. 

[See Biblical literature {Natural histury, p. 79).] 

7, Biology. See p. 216 of Catalogue. 

8, Birds. See p. 216 of Catalogue. 

9, Bison and Ox Tribe. 

AUen (J. A) History of the American bison. [In Hayden. 

Geol. and geog. survey, 1875.] 4110.29 

Vasey i G. ) Delineations of the ox tribe : bulls, bi- 
sons, and buffaloes. 1851 4727.23 

«®- See alsu Agriculture (Stod; p. 9). 

10, Botany. See p. 224-6 of Catalogue. 

11, Camel. 

Marsh (G. P.) Lecture on the camel. [In Sm. rep., 1854.] 393G.09 

12, Cats. 

Miller {Mrs. H.) Cats and dogs ; anecdotes. 1869.4724.20 
Oust (Hon. lady). The eat : history and diseases. 

1570 4724.21 

lioss (,0. H.) The book of cats; or, feline facts and 

fancies. 1868 4724.19 

See I'iso Atlantic mo., June, 1874 (Modem cats, by J. W. 

Do Forest). 

13, Classification. 

Agassiz (i.) Essay on classiflcation. [In his Contrib. to the 
nat. hist, of the U. 8., v. 1, 1857 : p. 1-232.] . . . 4738.03 

— Methods of study in natural history. 1836. 4712.03 

iVofe.— Complementary to bis 'Essay on classification.' 
Repr. from Atl. monthly, v. 9-10, 1862. 

— The structure of animal life. 1866. [Graham lec- 

tures.] 4717.23 

— Provinces of tlio animal world, and their relatiou to the types 

of man. (/» Nott and Ghddon. Types of maukiud, 1807 ; 
p. 68-76.] 4730.01 

Huxlei/ { T. H. ) Introd. to the classification of ani- 
mals. 181,9 4727.09 

Rolleslon ( G. ) Forms of animal life : being outlines of 

zoological classification 4727.10 

See also Eraser's mag., April, 1873 (Some gracLatious in 
the forms of animal life) ; Aug., 1876 (What are species, by 
T. H. Huxley). 

KS" See also Geography and distribution (p. 808). 

14, Comparative Anatomy and Physiology. 

AUen (H. ) Outlines of comparative anatomy and med- 
ical zoology. 1869 433(;.05 

Mushnan (J. S. ) Physiology of animal and vegetable 
life, [anon.] 1854 4715 08 



Chauveau (A.) Comparative anatomy of the domesti- 
cated animals. Tr. by G. Fleming. 1873. 4727.19 

Gould (A. A.) and Atjansiz (L.) Principles of zoology. 
Part 1. Comparative physiology. 1859. 4737.U6 

Owen (Richard). See under his name, in general alphabet. 

See also Pop. sci. mo., April, 1870 (Border terr. betw. the 
animal ami the vegetable kingdoms, by T. H. Huxley) ; 
Aug., 1870 (Wljat are species, by T. H. Huxley) ; Qu. rov., 
v. 20, 1809 (Animals and plants ; Oweu and Huxley). 

15, Corals and Corallines. [See a&o Radiates.] 

Bowerhank (J. S.) On the organic tissues in the 
bony structure of the cor.allid.-n. 1842. . 4828.11 
Dana (J. D.) Corals and coral islands. 1872. 4114.0.') 
Goft.w (P. H.) Hist, of the British corals. 1860. 4826.06 
Iluxlen {T. II.) Coral and coral reeA. [In his Critiques etc. 
1873; p. 111-134.] ^. 2632.19 

Landshorourjh (D.) Popular history of British zoo- 
jjhytes, or corallines. 1852 4912.06 

rourtatcs (L. F. dr). Deep sea corals. [In Museum of compara- 
tive zoology. No. 4. 1871. J 1738.15 

See also Nat. qu.ar. rev., March, 1874 (Corals, coral reefs, 
and islands). 

16, Crustacea. 

Baird (If.) Natural history of the British entomo- 
straca. Ray soc, 1850 4744.00 

Darwin (C.) Monograph on the sub-class cirripedia. 
2v. 7?«^ .soc, 18.54 4744.05 

DelCay {J. E. ) Zoology of New York. Pt. vi. Crus- 
tacea. 1844 4718.05 

Fourlalis (L. F. de). Preliminary report on the Crustacea 
dredged in the gulf stream in the straits of Florida. [In 
Museum of comparative zool. Bulletin, v. 1-2.] . 4730.20 

WJdte (A.) Popular history of British Crustacea;. 
1857. 4825.11 

«Qr See also Pateonlology (p. 574). 
Lobsters, etc. 
Hagen (11. A.) Monograph of the North American astacidse. 
[/ii Museum of comp. zoo). Illus. cat., No 3,1870.] 4738.15 
Scheie (ie Verc (J/.) v,'ouder3 of the deep, 1809 ; p. 125-144. 4826.11 

Trilobites. 
Bxtrmeisler (IT.) The organization of the trilobites. 
Ed. by prof. Bell and E. Forbes. Ray soc., 
1846 4749.04 

17, Dar'winian and other Theories of Origin and 
Development. 

Agassiz (L.) On the origin of species : extracts from his Contrib. 

to the nat. hist, of the U. S. [/»i Sillimau's journal, July, 

1860, or Annals of nat. hist., Oct., 1800.] 
Bastian {II. C.) Evolution hypothesis. [Contem. rev., March, 

April, 1874.] 
Benson (L. S.) Philosophic reviews. Darwin an- 
swered : or evolution a myth. 1875. . 2513.19 
Bree (C. R.) Exposition of fallacies in the hypothesis 

of D.ai-win. 1872 4712.19 

Cazelks (M. R) Outline of the evolution philosophy. 

Tr. by 0. B. Frothingham. With appendix by 

E. L. Youmans. 1875 4713.23 

Chapman {H. a ) Evolution of life. 1873. .4713.09 
Clark (II J.) Mind in nature ; or the origin of life, 

and the mode of development of animals. 

1865 4717.24 

Danoin (C. ) Origin of species by means of natural 

selection. 1860 4712.04 

— Descent of man, and selections in relation to sex. 

2v. 1871 4712.17 

— Variation of animals and plants under domestica- 

tion. 2 V 4712.05 

Gray (A. ) Darwiniana ; essays and reviews pertain- 
ing to Darwinism. 1876 4713.26 

Nide.—Sonie of the essays view the subject in its theo- 
logical aspects. 
Hartmann (E.voii). On the true and false in Darwinism. Tr. by 
H. J. D'Arcy. [/n Journal of spec, philos., July, Oct., 1877 : 
pp. 244, 391 ; 2 arl.] 6442.11 

Homo versus Dai-win : examination of ' The descent of 
man." 4712.22 

Huxley (T. H.) American addresses, with a lecture on 

the study of biology. 1877 4713.28 

Reviewed by J. McCbsh iu Pop sci. mo.. Nov., 1876. 

— Evidence as to man's place in nature. 1863. 4712.08 

— More criticisms on Darwin, and administrative 

nihilism. 1872 4712.13 



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Huxley ( T. II. ) , conlinued. 

— On the origin of sijecies. 1863 4712.09 

— Origin of Bperies. [/ii /ii's Lay sermous, 1870.] . . .4712.13 

— Piilffloutuli.gy aud the doctriue of evolution. Biofenesis and 

abiogenesis. Mr. Darwin's critics. Genealogy of auimaln. 

[/7l /UA- Critiques.] 2.'>:i2.10 

Lamarck (J.B.P. A. de M. , cliev. de). Pliilosophic zoolo- 

gique. Noiiv.ecl. , par C. Martens. 2v. 1873. 
A'ofe.— Reviewed by G. H. Lewes, in Fraser, v. 56, 1857. 
Lainq (S. II.) Darwinism refuted. 1871. .-1712.21 
Lei/chUd {J. Ji.) Theories and ideas of species. [In, his Higher 

ministry of nature, 1872 ; p. l'J7-341.) 3500.02 

Luell {Sir C.) Kcmarks on the origin of species. l^Vitk his An- 

tiq. of man. 1873.] 4112.10 

Same. [/« /us Antiquity of man, 1863.] . . . .4112.00 

— Lamarck, Darwin, and various theories as to species, aud na- 

tural selection. [In his Principles of geology, v. 2, 1872 ; 

p. 246-.502.] 4113.33 

MaiUd ( U. de). Telliamed : or discourses on the di- 
minution of the sea, the formation of the earth, 
the origin of men and animals, etc. From tlie 

French. 1750 4713.29 

JVote. — Telliamed is the anagram of ' de Maillet.* 
^felia (P. ) Hints and facts on the origin of man and 
of his intellectual faculties. 1872. . . 4713.08 
MiUo)i (J. L. ) The stream of life on our globe. 2d ed. 

[1872.] 4713.10 

Mivarl(St. G.) On the genesis of species. 1871. 4712.20 
Mitller (F.) Facts and arguments for Darwin. 4712.10 
OrmaOnvaUe [Sir J. Walsh, turd). Remarks on the theory of 
Darwin. [WUh his .Astronomy aud geology, 1872.) 4013.07 
Oar blood relations ; or the Darwinian theory. [>mon.'\ 

1872 4713.07 

Pralt (J. II. ) Descent of man, in connection with the 

hypothesis of develojiment. 1871. . . 4712.24 

SI. CInh- (G.) Darwinism and design. 1873. 4713.0(i 

Schmidt (0.) Doctrine of descent and Darwinism. 

1875 4713.14 

Veaiuje.'i of the natural history of creation. 1857. 4712.02 
Wath'r (J. B.) Examination of'tbe development theory con- 
tained in the ' Vestiges of creation.' [In his God revealed, 
' etc., p. 19.130.] 3010.06 

Wallaci- { A. li. ) Contributions to the theory of nat- 
ural selection ; essays. 1870 4712.11 

}f^illiamson (ir. C.) Primeval vegetation in relation to the doc- 
trines of natural selection and evolution. [In Owens 
College. Essays and addresses.] 2538.05 

Younrj (J. H.) Modern scepticism, etc. 1865. 37<J2.09 
4^ See also Evolution (p. 452) : Biblical and religious 
literature [Euolution and religion, p. 87). 

S'-.c also Atlautic, v. 6, 1860 (2articles on Darwinian theory 
by A Gray; ; v. 18. 18C0(D. tlieory, byC J. Spraguc- ; v. 19 
(Man from monkey) ; v. 33 (Evulution aud permanence of 
type, by L. Agassiz) ; Black, mag., v. 97. 1805 (Man and 
monkey) : v. 109, 1871 (Review of Darwin) : Brit, qu. rev., 
Oct., 1871 (D. on the origin of man) ; Jan., 1874 (Mod. sci- 
entific inquiry aud religious thought) ; Cath. world. May, 

1873 (Evol. of life) ; Aug., 1873 (More about Darwinism) : 
Chris, exam., Mch, 1800 (D.'s Origin of species) : Coutemp. 
rev.,v. 19,1872 (Ev.and its consequences, by .St.G.Mivart); Ed. 
rev., v. Ill, 128, 134 (Reviews of Darwinism); Fortn. rev., 
v. 9, 10, 1808 (D.'s hypothesis : 3 art. by u. H. Lewes) ; 
Fraser's mag., v. 61, 62 (Physical theories of life : Lamarck, 
Forbes, Darwin, dc.) ; v. 78, 1868 'Failure of nat. selection 
in the case of man) ; Macmillau, Dec, 1800. or Littell. 1871, 
V. 2 (Darftin on species : a pop. exposition, by H. Fawcett) : 
N. A. rev., v. 91), 1800 (D. the'ory) ; v. 91 (Agassiz and Par- 
sons on D. theory) ; v. 110. 1870 (Darwiuism in Germany, 
by C. L. Brace) ; v. Ill, 1870 (Limits of nat. selection by C. 
Wright) : v. 113, 1871 (Genesis of species, by C. Wright) ; 
July, 1872 (Nat. selectiou, by C. Wright) ; July, 1873 
(Progress from brute to man, by J. Fiske) ; New Engl., v. 
17, 1859 (Anticipations of man in nature, by J. D. Dana) ; 
V. 20, 1867 (Darw. theory, by W. N. Rice) ; New Engl., Oct., 

1874 (D. and nat. selectiou. by L. T. Adams) ; North 
Brit, rev., v. 32. 1860, v. 46, 1807 ; Old aud new (Against 
D., by G. M. Kellogg) ; Pop. sci. mo., Nov., 1872 (Doctrine 
of evolution, by E. L. Youmans) ; Oct., 1873 (Agassiz aud 
Darwinism, by J. Fislic) ; Nov., 1876 (What .imer. zoolo- 
gists have dune for evolution ; 2 art, by E. L. Morse ; 
DitHcuUics of development as applied to man, by A. R. 
Wallace) ; Qu. rev., v. 108. 1860, or Littell, 1860, v. 3 (Dar- 
win's Origin, etc.) ; v. 120, 1869 (Geol, climates and origin 
of species) ; V. 131, 1871, or Littell, 1871, v. 4 (D.s Descent 
of man) ; Westm. rev., v. 73, 1860, and v. 91, 1809 (Darwin's 
theories] ; v. 93 (Action of natural selectiou) ; West rev., 
T. 93, 1870 J V. 98. 1872 (D.'s Descent of man). 

18, Deer. 

Boner (C) Forest creatures. 1861 4722.04 

Caton (J. D.) Anteloiie and deer of America. 4727.24 

Jarditit {Sir ir.) Deer, antelopes, camels, etc. [hi Jds Nat. hist., 

V. 21.) 4711,21 



Shirley (E. P.) Some account of English deer parks, 
with notes on management of deer. 18<i7. 4(115.28 
See also Fraser's mag., v, 55-56. 1857 (3 articles) ; Qu. 
rev., v. 125. 1868 (Deer aud deer-parks). 
.Bir' Set als'j Amusements (Veer-sfalking. j). 26). 

19, Dogs : varieties and xaanagemeat. 

Berjeau (C.) The variety of dogs, as they are found 
in old sculptures, ijictures, engravings, and 
books. 1863 4724.26 

Blaine [D. P.) Canine pathology. 5th ed. revised 
and corrected by T. W. Mayer. 1851. . 4627.24 

Brown {J.) Our dogs. [In his Spare hours, v. 1, p. 83-107 : v. 2, 
p. 323-339.] 2514.13 

Bitrije (A.) American kennel and sporting field. 
1876 4G27.26 

Dog { The) ; with directions for his treatment. By 
"Idstone." [pseudon.'] 1872 4724.27 

mil {J. IV.) Management and diseases of the dog. 
1878 4627.2'J 

Horlock (K. W.) Horses and hounds. By Scrutator, 
[p.vead] 1855 4615.26 

nuichinson(W.N.) Dog-breaking. 5th ed. 1869.4627.10 

Jesse (E. ) Anecdotes of dogs. 1858. . . . 4724.25 

Jesse (G. R.) Researches into the history of the Brit- 
ish dog. 2 V. 1866 4724.23 

Meyrick i J. ) House dogs and sporting dogs : their 
varieties, management, elc. 1861. . . 4G15.24 

Miller ( Mrs. H. ) Cats and dogs ; notes and anecdotes. 
1869 4724.20 

Morris (F. O.t Dogs and their doings. 1870. 4724.14 

liichardson (H. D.) Dogs : their varieties and man- 
agement. 1860 4617.26 

Treatise on greyhounds : with treatment, etc. 1816. 8*. [In 
Pamphleteer, v. 9.] 6058.09 

2Vea(me»(of our domestic dogs. By Magenta, [psewdo/i.] 
1868 4617.30 

Webb (II.) Dogs : points, instincts, etc. 1872. 47'J4.28 

rouatt{W.) The dog. Ed. by E. J. Lewis. . 4627.21 
See also Atl. mo., v. 4, 1869 (Dog-talk) ; v. 29, 1872 (N. Y. 
dogs, by C. D. Shanly) ; Blackw. mag., v. 80. 1850 (Chapter 
on iieninsular dogs) ; Qu. rev., v. lOJj, 1801, or Littell, 
1861, V. 1 (Dogs of history and romance) ; v. 133, 1872, or 
Littell, 1872, V. 4 (The consciousness of dogs) ; Westm. 
rev.. V. 80, 1866 (The dog : his intelligence). 
j^^ .See also Amusements {Sporting, p. 25). 

20, Elephcints, and other Thick-Skinned Animals. 

Faulkner (E.) Elephant haunts ; [Africa]. 1868. 1085.13 
Jardine {Sir IF.) Thick skinned quadrupeds. [In his Nat. libr., 

V. 23 ] 4711.'23 

Contents : Elephant. Rhinoceros, Hog. Peccary. Tapir. 
Ogilby {W.) Natural history of the elephant. 4721.16 
liankbuj (J. ) Hist, researches on the wars and siJorts 

of the Mongols and Romans. 1826. . . 4G18.03 
Schlegil {Prof ) Historv of the elephant and sphinx, [/n Class. 

journal, V. 30, p. 209 ; V. 31, p. 42.] '2742.30 

21, Fishes. Ste Fish and Fisheries, p. 549. 

Frog. [See also Amphibia (p. 800 ;— Reptiles (p. 810).J 

Mimrt (St. G.) The common frog. 1874. .4824.20 

^Vyman {J.) Anatomy of nervous system of the rana pipiens. 

[In Sm. contrib., v. 5, 1854.] 3937.05 

22, Geography and Distributiou of 
Auimals and Plants. 

Agassiz {L.) Geogr. distribution of animals. [In Christian ex- 
am., V. 48, 1850 ; p. 108-204.] 

— Principles of zoology, 1859 ; p. 180-214 4737.09 

Murray (A.) Geograiihical distribution of mammals. 
iSeO 4738.13 

Orton {J.) In liis Comp zoology, 1870 ; p. 223-366. . . . 4737.09 

Pickerinij ( C. ) Geographical distribution of animals 
and plants. 18-04 4728.09 

Swainson ( W. ) Geography and classification of ani- 
mals. 1835. [L. C. C] 4721.13 

li'((J(uce (A. R.) Geographical distribution of ani- 
mals. With a study of the relations of living 
and extinct faunas as elucidating the past 
changes of the earth's surface. 2 v. 1S76. 4737.11 
See also Contemp. rev., v. 2, 1866 (Geogr. and hist, prog- 
ress in zoologj*, by H. B. Tristram) : Westm. rev., v. 97. 
1872, or Littell, 1872, v. 1 (Geogr. distribution, logically 
considered). 

t^S' See also Botany {Geography of plants, p. 225) ;— Man 
(p. 733) i— Classification (p. 807). 



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NATURAL HISTORY 



809 



23, Heredity. 
4W Sec Medicine I^IIeniHtij, i>. 759) ; also— 
Vox (E. W.) Heredity and livbridism ; a snggcstinn. 

1875 ' ■i7;!G.l:i 

Nolc. — Suggests tho Rtvucturo of liviiij^ forius by tho 
jnuctiou of two germs. 

24, History, Principles, Encouragement, tic. 
SioiiiiuinH ( ir. ) On the study of natural history. 
1850. [L. C. C] 4721. i() 

KhiijsUij ^V.) /« /lis MisceUanies, 1800 ; p. 277-297. . .25^1.07 

25, Hor.se (Tho). 
[S>:e Horse and Horsemanship, p. G32.] 

26, Instinct and Reason : Psychology. 

Brouiilimn {II., lord). DiiUogui'S on instinct. . 3523.1.') 

^Samo, [/K/itsNat. tlieology, 185G.] 3523.14 

Same. [In his Dissertatious, v. 1.] 3523.12 

liac.han {Peter). Proofs that brutes have souls. 

1824 3.525.08 

(Vimllionrm {P. A.) Lowell lectures : 1871. Instinct: 
its office in the anim.al kingdom, and its relation 
to the higher jjowers in m,an. 1872. . . 4722. 17 
'^Mfoi^ir.c'.s- papers, v. 11, 1851 (Auimal instiueta aud iiiteiligeuce). 
If.dl {Mr.f. ,S. a.) AJiimal nagaeity, t((-. . . .4724,1(5 
' lump {T. L.) Indications of instinct. 1854. 5075.2'.) 
A'uiii/ (IK.) Power, wisdom, ric, of God, V. 2. 18.52. . . 3521.U7 
Leriiij (U. 0.) Intelligence and perfectibility of ani- 
mals from a philos. point of view. 1870. 4722.10 
Meimull (£ ) Intelligence of animals, with illustrative 

anecdotes , . 472J.(I5 

Mioarl {SI. G.) Lessons from nature, as manifested 

in mind and matter. 1870 4722.23 

See also his article npou instinct ami reason, iu Contemp. 
rev., April, 1S75. 

7'm-i/ anecdotes, V. 9. 1823 G211.09 

Plutarch. That brute beasts make use of reason. [In his Morals. 

V. 5, p. 218-232.] 643.5.30 

iSamnelson (J .) Two chapters on instinct and reason. [With his 

Houcy-bee.] 4824.04 

Tlioinp.mn { E. P.) Passions of animals. 1851. 4722.03 
Witlson {J. S.) The reasoning power of animals. 

1867 4722.08 

See also Atlantic rao.. v. 5, 18C0 (Instinct, by L. A. Jones) ; 
Oct.. 1874 (Have animals souls? by J. P. Clarke) ; Chris. 
eram.,v. C7. 1809, p. 157-177 (Future of man aud brute); v. 74, 
1803, p. 199-232 (Iniuxortality of tho brute world); Conteni. 
rev., July, 1875 (On auinial instinct, iu its relation to the 
mind of man. by Duke of Argyll) ; Macmiliau, Feb., 1873 
(Instinct, by D. A. Spalding) ; Nat. qu. rev., v. 9, 1804 (Do 
the lower animals reasou V) ; v. 15, 1807 (Have the lower 
animals souls or reason?) ; Pop. .sci. mo., Sept., 1877 (In- 
stinct and intelligence, by W. K. Brooks) ; Old aud New, 
Nov. aud Dec, 1871 (The language of brutes, byL. A. Jones); 
Qu. jour, of science, July, 1878 (The senses of the lower 
auiuials) ; Westm. rev., v. 88, 1807 (Mimicry, and protec- 
tive resemblances among animals) ; Winslow's journal of 
med. psy. v. 4, 1851, aud JMedical critic, v. 2, 1802 (Ditler- 
ence betw. man aud animals ; 2 art.) 

jfiiS* See also Brutes {Position and treatment of, p. 238). 

27, Invertebrata. 

Huxley ( T. II. ) Manual of the anatomy of inverte- 

brated animals. 1878 4727.01 

Owen { li. ) Lectures on the comparative anatomy and 

physiology of the invertebrate animals. 2d ed. 

1855. 4727.18 

Smith {A.) lUus. of the zoology of South Africa. 

1849 4738.09 

28, Jelly-fishes, Medusee, etc. 

Agasaiz (.4.) North American acalephpe. [In Museum of comp. 

zoology. Harvard college. No. 2. 1805.] . . . .4738.14 
Ft>rhes {K.) A monograph of the British naked-eye.l 

medusa^, with figures of all the si^ecies. liiii/ .so/'. 

18.58 iii'J.M 

li-^ See also Marine Zoology, ttelow. 

29, Iiion, Tiger, Leopard, Jaguar, Ljnis:, Cat. 

Jnnlinc (.SirW.) Lions, tiger.s, c(c. [/»/itsN.-it. libr., v. 10.] 4711.10 

30, Mammals. 

Allen [.7. A.) Catalogue of the mammals of IMassachusetts ; with 
crit. revision of the species. {In Museum of compar. zo- 
ology. Bulletin, v. 1.] 4730.19 

— Odl i'r.) and Cones {E.) Material for bibliography of N. Auier, 

mammals. (App. B. of Coues (E.) cim/, Allen (J. A) N. A. 
rodeutia, 1877.) 1120.23 

— On the mammals aud and winter birds of east Florida. [In 

Museum of eompar. zool. Bulletin, v, 2 ; p. 101.400.] 



C'as,iin {J. ) U. S. exploring expedition, 1838-42 : Mam- 
malogy and ornithology. 1858. 4°. Witli folio 
atlii.f 4728.08 

Fiiiuier (L.) Mammalia: their orders and habits. 
1870 4737.19 

f;ill{T.) Arrangement of tho families of mammals ; with aua- 
lytical tables. 1872. [/n Sm.miscel.cnll., v. 11, 1872. :i9:i5.21 

Jitrdine {Sir ](".) Nat. libniry, v. 15-27 : Mammali.a. 

Smith {A.) Illus. of the zoology of Soiith Africa: 
Mammalia. 1849 4738.10 

Smith (C. II.) Introduction to mammiilia. [Jardine. 
Nut. libr., V. 15.] 1711.15 

M'alerhimse [0. II.) Natural history of the maiiiiiialia. 

2v. 184G-48 4727. Hi 

Contents : y.l. Marsupialia, or pouched animals. 2. ito- 
uentia, or gnawing mammalia. 

White {A.) Popular hist, of mammalia. 1H50. 4722.01 
See also.izi this cla-ss. Bats ;— Beaver ;— Camel :— Cat ;— 
Deer ; — Dogs : — Elephants ; — Horse ;— Lions, Tigers, etc. ; 
— Marsupialia ; — Monkeys ;— Rat ;— Seal ;— Whale. 

31, Marine Zoology. 

Afjnssiz {C. E) First, lessons in nat. hist. 1859. 482fi.l8 
Contents : Sea-anemones and corals. Hydroids aud jelly- 
fishes. Star-fishes and sea-urchins. 

Fiijnier {L.) The ocean world. New cd. revised by 
E. P. Wright. 1872 4825.2(i 

Froiule {J. A.) Sea studies. [In his Short studies on great sub- 
jects, V. 3, 1877.] 2525.11 

O'o.<:se {P. 11.) Manual of marine zoology for the Brit- 
ish Isles. 1855 482G.09 

Ilouijhton (IF.) Seaside walks of a naturalist with 
his children. 1870 482G.25 

Kimisley (G) Glaucus ; or wonders of the shore. 
■ 1855 482().19 

Same. Companion, containing illustrations ; 

by a B. Somerby. 18.58 4826.20 

Lnoe.i {0. II.) Sea-side studies .at Ilfracombe, Tenby, 
Scilly Isles, and Jersey. 1858. . . . 4826.05 
Repr. from Blackw. m.ng, , v. 80 82. 

■S(iini}Son[ iV.) Marine invertebrata of Grand Mauau. New Bruns- 
wick. [In Sm. coutrib., v. ] 3937,00 

'Ihomson ( ('. W. ) Tho depths of the sea : general re- 
sults of the dredging cruises of II.M.S.S. 'Por- 
cupine ' and ' Lightning,' during tho summers of 
1868, 1869, .and 1870 4828.20 

— Voyage of the 'Challenger.' 2 v. 1878. . 934.01 
Verne {J. ) Twenty thousand leagues under the sea. 

1873 4825.'25 

Wood {J. 0.) Common objects of the sea-shore. 
18.59 4825.04 

See also Eraser's mag., v. 54, 1850 (Science by the sea- 
side): North Brit. rev..v 22, lH.54-5 (Wonders'of the shore). 

ftS" See also Ocean ;- Microscope (p. 770) ;— Aquaria (p. 
807) ;— Radiata (p. 810) ;— Jelly-fishes, medusiO, etc. (p. 809). 

32, Marsupialia. [0])ossums, kangaroos, cfc.] 

Wiiterhoiise [ti. Tt.) Marsupialia or pouched animals. 
[Jardine. Nat. libr., v. '24.] 4711.24 

— Marsupiata. [In his Nat. liist. of m;unmalia, v. 1, 1840.] 4727.10 

33, Medical Zoology. 

J9^ See Medicine (Parasite^^ and ivonns, p. 704) ; also Van 
Beneden {P. J.) Animal parasites. 1870 4822.23 

34, Mineralogy. See p. 573 of this Catalogue. 

35, MoUusca. ,SVe p. 785 of Catalogue. 

36, Monkeys : and Ape-tribe. 

Jardine (.Vi'i- ir.) Monkeys. [In /iisNat, libr., v. 27, 1833.] 4711.27 
J/((u ( TAc) among the monkeys. 1873. . . . 4721.21 
Mirurt {St. G.) Man and ajies : structural resem- 
blances and dift'erences. 1874 4713.12 

.SVe also Gent, mag., Oct. 1877 (Uonlla and other apes, by 
R. A. Proctor). 

37, Nature. 

Adams {W. TL D.) Circle of the year. 1869.4731.05 
Ahjer {W. R) Solitudes of n.ature, <,'c. 1867. '251'2.07 
Ballanfyne (T.) Sympathy with nature. [In his Essays in mosaic. 

1870 : p. 150-174.) -2513.14 

Bonnet { v.) Contemplation of nature. 2 v. 1766. 472'2. 13 
liiieke {C.) Beauties, harmonies, .and sublimities of 

nature. 1S55 4731.17 

Barroui/hs {J.) Winter sunshine. 1.S76. . . 2514.15 
t'ottiJer{S. F.) Rural hours. [«»«)n,] 1S,5JI. .6122.10 



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Daubeny (C. 0. 11. > Fnii'divr poems conncofcorl with 
natural history. lWi9 l(iir,.->r> 

De Vii-e (MS.) .Stray leiiv(?s from the liook of na- 
ture. 185i; 4712,27 

Dhcks (//. ) Nature study; poetry and eloiineiiiv 
[audi inllnenec of uniV. nature. 18G9. . 471.0. 1'.l 

Umi-rsnn [R. W.) Nature, [/n //is Essays, 2il s.] . . . . •Alil.lli; 

— NatlUP. I/ji/ms Mi»r-cll.-lllics J 'AViLIII 

/••%</(!''•) Studies in field an. 1 forest. 18.57. '17l2,;j() 

Grimlon [L. H) Little things of nature eonsidered 

esi)eciallv in relation to tlie divine beuevolenee. 

1866. . ■. 482:J.0(; 

HnrUohj i(x.) llanuouies of nature. 186G. .4717.2.') 

iniikm(J.) LifcMu nature. 1872 472:i.r.) 

llnmhnhUiF. 11. A. v.m). Views of nature. 1850. 4712. 2i) 

-Cosmos. f)v. I«1'J-.J8 012.01 

Iln.rle.y (7\ 11.) Physiography; introduetion to the 
study of nature. 2d ed. 1878. . . .4021.3.5 
Ijiinman {€.) Essays for summer hours. 1812. 2.')35.04 
L'Uiotje (K df). .Sul)lime in nature. 1870. . 'J32.10 
Muciiiillnii (11.) Habliath of the fields, sequel to ' Bi- 

lile teacliiugs.' 18 7i; 3573.32 

Miinsfiehl (L. W (tiiilJIammoml (S. IL) Country mar- 
gins. 1855'. 4731.19 

M'lr.^h (G. P.) Man and nature. 1864. . .4113.31 
Mii>!iii:i (,11) Studies from nature. 1855. . 4713.01 
Millie (R.) Popular guide to the observation of na- 
ture. 1815 4731.18 

(h'rsled ( H. C.) Soul in nature. 1852. . . 3914.02 
Note. — Ueviewert by J. Mai-tiueau in his Essays, 18G8 ; v. 

2 ; p. 147-192 ^35.18 

Oki'n (L.) Elements of physiophilosophy. From the 

German by A. Tulk. AV;/ .mc, 1867. .4741.11 

Plufarch. Of those seutimeuts eniM-'eruiiig nature with which 

jihilosophera were delighted, [/a /as Morals, v. 3, p. 104- 

192.J 5435.28 

St. Pierre (J. H.B. lie). Studies of nature. 18.52. 3592.07 
ahuirp (J. C.) On poetio interpretation of nature. 

1877 4731.12 

Not''.. — Compare articles by E. Dowden, in Contemp. rev., 
V. 2. 18lj6 : p. 535-550 ; and by A. Austin, in Coutem. rov., 
Nov., 1877. 

Stallo (J. U.y General principles of philos. of nature. 
1848 5426.05 

Halitiaii I R. J. ) View of nature, in letters to a traveller 
amou'.; the .\lps. With reflections on atheistical 
philosophy, now exemplified in France. 6 v. 
1794. . ." 4717.15 

Taylor (,B. F.) January and June. 1864. .2514.03 

Thoreaa (II. D.) Excursions. 1H63. . . . 1111.05 
Niiff. — Fi T other works by H. D. T. see his name, in gen- 
eral alphabet. 

Wiiicheli (A. ) Sketches of creation ; with a statement 
of the intimations of science respecting the prim- 
ordial condition and the ultimate destiny of the 
earth and solar system. 1870 4717.21 

.Set' also Atlantic mo., v. 8. 18G1 (My out-door study, by T- 
W. HiggiU3.ini ; Conterap. rev., v. 17, or Littell, 1871. v. 2 
(Variety as .in aim in nature, by Duke of Argyll) : West, 
rev.. July. 1875 (Evidences oftlesign in nature) ;"Wiuslow"8 
journal, v. 2, 1849 (German pantheistic theory of nature;. 

tils' ''i''.': tttso certain cross references at head of this class. 

38, Palaeontology. See p. 574 of this Catalogue. 
39, Protozoa. 

Allmann ( 0.,J. ) Monograph on the fresh water polyzoa, 

both British and foreign. Rny.snc, 1856. 4749.02 
Busk (G.) Monograph of the fossil polyzoa of the 

<:rag 

liowerhank (J. 8.) Monograph of the British sjion- 

giadio. 2 V. Hay .inc., IHUl 4741.03 

— On the keratoae or horny spon^^es, ( in three species of spoiit,'e 

IFroiii Trans, of Micr.soc. ol Lmuion, v. 1, IHll.) . isjsji'j 
Oirifider ill'. H.) Introducticm to the study of the 

foi'aminifera. /,V/ 1/ .sue. , 1 802 4719.1).") 

Wdliamsoii ( H'. (_;. ) On the recent foraminifera. Rin/ 

soc, 18')8 4749.12 

See ul.w Westm. ri.v.. v. 78, 18(i2 (The dawn of animal life). 
ff^ Ni'i: nipt Microscope and microscopic objects (p. 77G). 

40, Quidrupeds. [Her. also Mammalia.] 

'Awluho)i. (./..A) and Hiichman (./.) QuadrupiMls of 
North America. 3 v. 1856 4737.01 



Macc/iUivray ( W. ) British ipiadrupeds. [Jardiue 

"(W.) 'Nat. libiary, v. 17.] 4711.17 

<hiiiby (.W.) Nat. hist, of quadrupeds. 1847. 4721. ir, 

SiiiainsoH ( \V.) Natural history and classiiication of 

quadrupeds. 1850. [L.C.C.] .... 4721.11 

41, Radiata. 

.1i/.'(.ssi.~ (-E 0. and A.) Seaside studios in natural his- 
tory. 1805 4K-.i6.04 

Contents : Marine animals of Massachusetts Bay. Ifatliatee. 
A//a.mz (L.) Homologies of the radiata. [In his Contrib., v. 4. | 

-- Acalephs. [/;t /ha- Contrib., v. 3.] 4738.05 

Ilnker(lf.i Natural history of the polype. 1743. 4826.1)8 

Lyman (T.) Ophiuridic and astrophytidie. [.Star-fishes.] [fn 

Museum of comp. zoology, lllua. catalogue. No. 1 and 0. 

18G5-72.) 4738.14 

See also Aquaria (p. 807) ;— Corals (p. 807) ;— Jelly-fish, 
medusae, ile. (p. 809) ;— Marine zoology (p, 809) ;— Sea-ana- 
mones (p. 810). 

42, Rats. 

Ce.mer (W.) Habits of the ijouched rats in Georgia. f/nSm. re- 
port, isiio.j :i93G.15 

liiidicetl (J.) The rat : its hist, and destructive char- 
acter. With anecdotes. New ed. 1872.4724.22 
See also Qu. rev., v. 101, 1857 or Littell, N s.. v. 17, 18.57. 

43, Reproduction and Metamorphoses. 

..{ristotle. On the generation of animals. [In his Treatirtes. ete. 

Tr. by Taylor.] 0018.03 

Braion (4.) Phenomena of rejuvenescence in nature. 

Ray .IOC, 1853 4744.02 

Kornhuher {G. A.) Alternate generation and parthenogenesis in 

the animal kingdom. \/n Sm report. 1871.] . . . 3936.2G 
Qnidrefaijes (A. ile). Metamorphoses of man :.nd the 

lower animals. Tr. by A. Lawson. 1864. 4723.13 
Sleenstntp {J. J. ) On the alternation of generations. 

From the German, by G. Busk. Rai/ hoc, 

184.5 4741.17 

J&W See also Medicine (.Marriage, p. 761 ; — Phywttngy, 

p. 7G4 ; — Reproductive organs^ p. 765) ; — Spontaneous geu- 

ation (p. 811). 

44, Reptiles. 

Bell (T.) History of British reptiles. 1839. . 4824.19 

tjooke (M. C.) Our reptiles : lizards, snakes, newts, 

toads, frogs, and tortoises indigenous to Great 

Britain. 1865 4811.01 

Dnmeril (A. M. (■'.) et Bibron (O.) Erpetologie gene- 
rale, ou hist. nat. des reiitiles. 9 v. 1834-54.4835.01 

Same. Atlas. 1854 48.35. lU 

Ficjuier (L.) lleptiles and birds. 1870. . .4817.16 
Gunlher (A. 0. L. G.) Reptiles of British India. 

7iV()/ soc, 1864 4749.07 

Leuly iJ.) Cretaceous reptiles of the U. S. [In Sm. contrib., 

V. 14.] 3937.14 

SwainsoniW.) Nat. hist, of reptiles. 2 v. 1838. 4825.U6 

Serpents and Snalces. 
Haircl (.V. F.) and Girarii (C.) Catalogue of the reptiles of N. A. 

Pt. 1. .Serpents. 1853. [In Sm. miscel. coll., v. 2.) . 393.'i.l2 
lirainard (Z>.) Nature and cure of the bite of serpents and 

wounds of poisoned arrows. [In Sm. report, 1H54.] 3936.09 
Hoeele {G. B.) On the question ' Do snakes swallow their young ■? 

(Amer. assoc, science, v. 22. 1873.] 3946.20 

Mitchell (,S. )('.) Researches on venom of the rattlesnake. [In 

Sm. contrib., V. 12.J 3937.12 

Turtles. 
Aga.mz (L.) North Amer. testudinata. [In his CoDtributious. 

V. 1-2) 4738.03 

Mitchell (.f. ir.) ami Morehouse (G. R.I Respiration in the chelo- 

nia. [/n Sm. contrib.. V. 13.] 3937.13 

45, Rodentia. 

Cones (E.) and Allen (J. A.) Monogr.iphs of the North American 
rodentia. [In U. S. Ireot. sureei/ of the territories. F. V. 
Haydeu, in charge. Reports, v. 11, 1877.] .... 112G.23 
j^S^ See also Mammalia (p. 809). 

46, Sea-anemones. [Radiata.] 

Oos.ie (P. H.) History of tlie ISritish sea-anemones 
and corals. 1860 4.s26.()6 

Smitk {A.) Zoology of South Africa : rcptilia. 
1849 4738.12 

Tmfwell (Q.) Manual of the sea-anemones found on 

the English coast. 1856 4826.07 

Hg- See also Blackw. mag., v. 81, ls,'i7 (Sea auoraones). 



THE BKOOKLYN LIBEARY. 



Natural history 



811 



47. Sloth. 

Owai (It.) Dc'Si^ripUim ol' the skeleton of iiu exliuet 
t^iyaiitii^ sl(Hli ; with observ. on the megatherioid 
quadrupoils in general. IHl'i 47'2H. 1'2 

Leidy [J.) Meiuuii' on the cxlinct slotU tribe of N. Amerioa. [In 
Sm. coutrib., v. 7.] '. . . a'JW.O? 

48, Spontaneous Generation. 

Bastiaii (//. ('. ) Modes ot origin of lowest organisms : 
including a discussion of the experiments of M. 
Pasteur. 1871 47:^3.18 

— Beginnings of life ; being some account of the na- 

ture, modes of origin, and transformations of 
lower organisms. 2 v. 1872 4723. '20 

— Spoutaiieous gcueratiuu, a reply to Tynclall. [In Pop. sci. 

mo. Siippl.. Mch., 1878, w Niueleeuth century, Fob.. 1878. | 
Huzley (T U.) /ii /lis Lay scriuous, 1870 471'2.16 

— 13io^uuosi8 and abiogcueaia. [In Critiques, etc. Adtlreeses. 

PI). lilS-Sl, 187:!.] 2532.13 

Pusteur (i.) llesearcbes re.si)octiu(! the theory of spontaueous 
geueratiou ; tr ami condensed from ' Couites rendus " of 
Sep. 3. 1800. [In Sillimau's jouru., 2J s., v. 32, 1801 : p. 19.1 

— New experimeutB. tftc ; tr. from (Jomtos reudu.s, Sep. 3, 1800. 

[/n Quai-. joui-u. of luicr. sci., N.S., v. 1, 18G1 : p. 118-123 ] 

iVufi —P. haspubl. more elaborate memoir.s o[i this sub- 
ject in Aun. 9ci. uat,, V. 16, 1801 ; p. 5-98 ; audiu Auual. do 
cbimie, v. 03, 1802; p. 5-110. 

Sfealso Blackw. mag., v. 89, 1861 : Ed. rev., v. 125, 1807 
(Pasteur ou spuntaueous generation} ; Meth. qu. rev., Oct., 
1803 iby J. Jamin ; tr. from lievue des. deux moudes. 15 
nov. 1801). 

Spencer ( //. ) Spontaneous generation and the hy- 
pothesis of physiological units. 1870. .4712.10 

Tyndall {J ) Spoulaueons generation. [In Pop. sci. monthly. 
Feb., 1878; p. 476--188, 591-CW,m- Nineteenth century, Jan.. 
1878,1 

— Spon. gen., a last word. [Fn Pop. sci. mo. Suppl., Apl., 

1878, or Nineteentli century, 5teh., 1878.) 

See also Gent, niag., Nov., 1877 (The genesis of life, by A. 
Wilson) ; Pop. sci. mo., Nov., 1872 (Spontaneous genera- 
tion) : Pop. sci. monthly. Aug., 1670 (Spontaneous-genera- 
tion controversy, by W. H. Dalliugerj. 

49, Taxidermy, Preserving, and Collecting. 

Baird {S. F.) Directions for collecting, preserving, and trans- 
porting specimens of natural history, [la Smith, report, 
1850.] 393S.11 

Davks (J. B. ) Practical natunalist's guide. New. ed. 
by K. Brown, and J. Middleton. 1872. 4723.23 

Muijnwd (G. J.) The natiiralist's guide. 1870. 4723.12 

Halundisl's dii'eotory. North America and the West 

Indies. Part 1. [i'. e. Ist ed. | 18G5. . .4713.02 

Same. Part 2. f ''.<■• 2d ed.] ItJOU. . .4713.03 

SwaiHsoii(W.) Taxidermy. 1IS40 4812.01 

jR^ 6Vk aUo Birds {Tatidr^rmy, p. 210J. 

50, Vertebrata. 

Cope {E. D.) Vertebrata of the cretaceous formations of the 
west. 1875. [U. S. GeoL survey of iht territories, {ITaydrn). 
v. 2.] 1120.U 

Haxhy ( T. ) Manual of anatomy of vertobrated ani- 
mals. 1872 4727.08 

Jones IJ.) Investigations r(-lative to certain 1^.. American verte- 
br.^ta. [/u Sm. c.mtrib , v. 8.] 3937.08 

Jord'tii (D. >S. ) Manual of the vertebrates of the 
northern United States, exclusive of marine spe- 
cies. 187G 4727.05 

Owen ( R. ) On the anatomy of vertebrates. 3 v. 

18G6-G8 4727.13 

V. 1. Fishes and reptiles. 2. Birds and mammals. 3. 
Mammals. 

— Structure of the skeleton and teeth. 1854. 4715.08 

,K3^ See also Comparative anatomy (p. 807) ; — Mammals 
(p. 809) ;— Quadrupeds (p. 811'. .—Reptiles (p. 810j ;— Fishes. 

51, WTiale,? and other Cetacea. 

Beetle {T.) Natural history of the sperm whale, the 
fishery, etc. With a sketch of a South-sea whaling 
voyage. 1839 482G.'J7 

DaoliHrsi (11. W.) Natural hi.story of the order Ceta- 
cea. 1834 4K2G.2i; 

Flower (IK. //. , ed.) Kecent memoirs on the cetacea 
by Profs. Eschricht, lleinhardt, and Lilljeborg. 
liaysor.., 18GG 471:1.00 

IlamUton (R.) Whales, [dolphins,] etc. [Jardine. 

Nat. library, V. 2G.] 4711.20 

i^' See also, in the general alphabet. Whales and whale 
fishery. 



52, Various Countries. 

zttj- Many works of Irnrel under class C'oliNTiiiK.* (p. 2H.'i- 
391), contain luileli Ni'lural history of .the countries they 
treat of, r.fj., Africa ; -Brazil ;- -Eastern Archipelago ; - 
etc. See also Botany (p. 220) ;- Insects (p. 015) ;- Geology 
and mineralogy (p. 573) ;— Birds (p. 210,. 
Africa. 
Sin'dh (A.) 'Illustrations of the zoology of South .\f- 

rica. Birds. 181'.) 4738.0K 

Same. *Invertebrata'. 1840 473H.oy 

Same. 'Mammalia. 1810 4738.10 

Same. 'Pisces. 1810 4738.11 

Same, 'lleptilia. 1840 .1738.12 

\yilS'm(J.) Zoology of Africa. [In Murray (il.) I.>iKC0v. in Af- 
rica, 1810 ; p. 291) 3.59. 1 1081.02 

Same. 1819 1081.01 

Aleppo. 
Jiussell (A. ) Natural history of Ah^ppo. 2 v. 1 7;)4. 1 0.'iG.O.'J 

Alps. 
Tschmli (F. voti). Sketches of nature in the Alps. 

1856 5075.0G 

Note. — Reviewed in Blacltw. mag., v. 14, 1853. 
Jiermwla. 
Jones (J. M.) Naturalist in Bermuda : geology, 

zoology, and botany. 1850 4814.02 

Eastern Archipelago and Ceylon. 
Adams {A.) Natural history of the Eastern Archipelago, [fn 

Belcher (E.) Voyage, .(c. v. 2.] 1005.03 

Tennent {iSirJ. K) Nat. hist, of Ceylon. 18G1. 4715.13 

Kyypt. 
Adams (A. L. ) Notes of a naturalist in the Nile valley 

and Malta. 1870 1091.12 

Himalayan litountains. 
Hooker (J. D. ) Himalayan journals. 2 v. 1855. 1012.0G 

Mediterranean Sea. 
(iui'.irefwjes {{A. de). llambles of a naturalist on the 
coast of France, Spain, and Sicily. 2 v. 

1857 ■ . 17-.3.1G 

Moray. 
Si, John (C.) Natural history and sport in Moray. 

1863 4615.18 

New South }\'al^s. 

[nduslrial, progress of New South Wales, 1871 ; p. 505- 

780 lOGG.Ol 

Norway. 

nriwdcn(J.) The naturalist in Norway. 18G9. 091.13 

l'onloppid(in(E.) Nat. hist, of Norway. 1755. 4749.21 
S'julh America. 

Darioin (('.) Nat. hist, of the countries visited by H. 
M. S. Beagle, 1832-G. London, 1810. . . Il.l5.20 

Same. 2 v. New York, 185.'. . . .11.55.21 

t;illiss{J. M.) U. S. astroii. expcd. 1849-52. v. 2. . .1120.02 
Contents: aliuerals. by J. L Smith; Indian remains. T. 
Ewbank ; Mammals, S. F. liaird ; Birds, J. Cassin ; Kep- 
tiles. lishes, and crustacea, C. Girard ; Shells, A. \. Goiihl : 
Dried plants, Asa Gray ; Living plants and seeds. W. D. 
IJrackenridge ; Fossil mammals, J. Wyiiiau. Fossil shells, 
T. A. Conrad. 

United Stales. 

Aijiis.-ik (L.) Contributions to natural history of 

United States. 4 v. 18.57-62 47:18.03 

Contrnls : v. 1-2. I'-Bsay on classification. North Ameri- 
can tostudinata. Eml)i'yology of tiie turtle. 3 Acalephs 
in general. Otenophone. 4. Discophora; in general. Hy- 
droidiu. Homologies of the radiala. 

— Lectures at Peiiikese. [In Tribune popular science, pt. 1. 
1874.1 ;i90.i.01 

Auluhon [J.) See under Quadrupeds (p. 810). and Birds (p. 216). 

(r'o.s-.vi! ( /'. 11.) Letters fioiu AliilMUia. 1859. 1723.0H 

A'cio l'oi7c [Stale of\. Natural history of New York. 

21 v. .Ubany, 1812-61. 4° 4718.01 

Contents. 

1. Zoolegy. By James E. De Kay. 5 v. in 4, and Plates. 
Albany, 1842. 4' 4718.01 

2. Flora. By John Toriey. 2 v. Alb., 1S43. 4°. 4718.06 

3. Mineralogy. By Lewis (J. Beck. Alb., 1842. 4'. 4718.08 

4. Geology. Bv W. W. Jlatlier. E. Emmons. L Vannsem, 
and James Hall. 4 v. Albany. 1812-3. 4'. . . 4718.09 

5. Palioontology. By James Hall. 4 v. in 5. Albany. 1847- 
01. 4^ 4718.18 

6. Agriculture. By E. Emmons. 5 v. Alb., 181G-51. 4 '. 

United States Government Explorations awl Surveys. 

&^ See Countries [United States : Gov. surveys of the Ter- 
ritories, p. 382). 



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812 



NATURAL LAW -NAVAL SCIENCE 



Natural law : au essay iu c-tbics. *SV( Simcox (K.) . . . 54^5.41 

Natural philosophy. AVv Physics. 

Natural theology. .Vt'i Biblical aud rtli(,'iou.s lit. (p. 94). 

Naluralisl iu Noiway. .v.. Bowden (-J.) 180'J 001.13 

Naturalist's ilircctory. North America ami West luilios. Part I. 

[t'f. Isted.] Halcm, ISCi. 12' 4713 02 

Same. Part 2 [i. f. 2(1 eil.J Salem, 18«(i. 8'. . . 47i;i.oa 

Naturalist's Kuiile. A'cf Maynard (U. J.) 1S70. . . .472.1.12 
Naturalist's library. .S'ce Jardine (.Vii- \V.) 40 v. . . .4711.01 
Nalurahst's misc-ellauy. .V • Shaw ((leo,) nud Noddur (!■'. 1',) 
Naturalist's ramble to the Orcadi's. ,v«' Crichton (A. W.) 

ism; 0M.25 

Nature. .S'ff Natural history {Nntuiv. p. 8U0). 

Nature, a parable : poem. .V.r Morris (.1. li.| 1842. . . 1G73.29 

Natiu-e : a weekly illustrated jourmil of Kcicuce. v. 1- 

18. Loiidou, 1S70-7S. 4". 

Nature and culture. ».■ Rice(n.) 1875 2538.31 

Nature aud life. *r PapiUon (1'' I 1875 4723.25 

Nature and life ; sormous. !>'■•• Collyer (B.) 18G9. . . 353ti.l0 
Nature aud reli;^iou. .Vr-e Biblical aud relig. lit. {Natural Iheot- 

ogtj, p. 04). 
Nature aud the Uiblo. See Dawson (•!. W.) 1875. . . . 3541.13 
Nature aud the snperuatural. Ser. Bushnell (H.) 1958. . 3520. 11 

Nature of thiugs. 5ft; Lucretius Carus (T.) 1671.11 

Nature ; or poetry of earth aud sea. .Vci; Michelet [Mmc. J.) 

1W72 4717.14 

Nature-printing. .Vftf Johnstone (\V. G.) and Croall (A.) iJrit- 

ish seaweeds ' 4010.17 

Nature-'worslup. On mankind : their origin anil 

de.stiiiy. By au M. A. of Balliol college, Oxford, 

1872 3817.32 

Nature's aristocracy. [Working people.] See Collins (.1.) 

1871 581C.22 

Nature's school ; or lessons in the garden. Loudon, . 

lsr,'J. 10^ 145.17 

Nature's wouder.s. 6'fC Newton (U.) 3577.15 

Naude (Gabriel). Apologie pour les grands Lommes 

BouiJ(^ouiiez de magie. Aiust., 1712. 18^ 3812.30 



— Uislory of tuagick, by way of ajiology for all the 

wise men who have tinjiistly been re|mte<l iiiugi- 

ciauH. Englished by J.Uavies. Ij.,1G57. IG^.3813.27 

Naufragia ; shipwrecks. A'lc Clarke (.1. S.) 1805. . . . 93'2.1S 

Nauiiton .( .Sir llolxrl). Fragmeiita regalia ; a history 

of (HK^en Elizabeth's favorites. Edinburgh, 

1808. 8' 3033.10 

(Same. Court of iiueeu Elizabeth : " I'ragmeuta 

regalia," with additions by J. Caulfield. Lon- 
don, 1814. 8° 30.08.01 

- — Same. Eepr. from the ed. of 1G53, by E. Arber. 

Lond<m, 1870. 18'^ ,0011.09 

Naunym (li.) Poisous. [/n Ziemssen (H. von). Cycl. ofmedi- 

ciue, V. 17 J 4358.17 

Nautical alinauac (Americau ephemeriii}. 1870. Wubhiugton, 

1873. 8' 4018.05 

Naulicaliistronomy. Sk Naval science (Xaoi'jatv:;i. p. 812). 
Navagero (Andrea). Funeral oration on the death ol ifoge 

Letjuardo Lorcdano. [1438-1531], From the Italian by C. 

Kcdsall. [Pamphleteer, v. 12, 1818.J .5058.12 

Naval architecture. .V"^ Naval science. {ShipbiUldinfj, li 813). 
Naval and military heroes ol Oreat Britain. Hee Nicolas (P. II.) 

1800 3'2'23.04 

Naval cadet's guide. .Vcc Nares (G. S.) 18C0 1517.08 

Naval howitzer ashore. .Vst Parker (F. A.) 18C5. . . . 4517.00 
Naval monument, battles between the navies of the 

U. .S. and Gt. Urilain during the late war [of 

1812] ; aud aecouut of the war with Algiers. 

With a naval register, [to 1810]. Ed. by A. 

Bowen. liostou, [n. (/.] H"' .075.02 

Nave (Johann). A handy-book to the collection iind 

prepar.atiou of freshwater and marine alg.ii, and 

lower cryptogamia. Tr. aud ed. by W. W. 

Spicer. Londou, 18Uy. 16'. 4821.12 



NAVAL SCIENCE, SHIP-BUILDING-, AND NAVIG-ATION. 



Bask (II.) Navies of the world ; their present state, 
and future capabilities. 1851) 4512.01 

Marahul! (K C.) History of the U. S. naval academy. 
1S02 4517. io 

PLandii.' [J. H) On the naval uniform of Gt. Britain, [/n British 
arch assoc. Journal, v. 2.] 1401.02 

Principles of naval staff rank ; .and its history in the 
U. S. navy, for over half a century, [aijoii.] 
18G9 4517.14 

\Vanl(.l. H.) Manual of naval tactics. 1859.4517.11 

Wmxall {L.) Naval and military resources of Eu- 
rope. 1850 4510.07 

Naval Warfare ; Iron-slads. 

Dowjlas (11. ) <Jn naval warfare with steam. 18li0.4517.15 
Fishbuarne (E. Q.) Our ironclads and merchant ships. 

1874 4517.32 

United Slutcfi. ,S'ir. of the navy. Keport in rel.ation to 

armored vessi.'ls". 1804 4517.31 

See (itei Atlautic mo.. V. 11, 1863 (Iron-clad ships and 

heavy ordnance, by A. L. UoUey). 

Naval Ordnance aud Gunnery. 

Parker (F. A.) Naval howitzer .ashore. 1805.4517.06 
Simpson (K.) Treatise on ordnance aud naval gun- 
nery. 2d ed. 1802 4515.12 

»4)- Sec also MiUtary art (Ordnance, p. 778). 

Naval History and Biography. 

6'its( (.Si)' K) Lives of the warriors, v. 3, pt. 2. War- 
riors who have commanded fleets : 17th century. 

V. 3, pt. 2 3222. 14 

Cimlenls: lilako. Tromp. Do Euyter. Lord Sand, 
wich. Du Quesne. Van Tromp. Duke of York (James ii). 
Marechal de 'I'ourviUu. Adiu. Herbert, earl of Torringtuu. 
Marochal d'E.streos. Adm. Russell, earl of Oxford. Jean 
Bart. Marechal do Uhatcau-licguaud. Adm. Beubow. 
Sir Clloudesley Shovel. Sir Geo. llooke. 
l)r IJefde (./.) (Jreat dutch admirals. 1873. 3212.13 
Ehjar (J.U.) ,Seii-kiugs and naval heroes. ISIiS. 3203. 17 
nil- See also England [Xaoal liistory, p. 314) -—United 
States (iVavj/, p. 373);— Battles (p. 07, ;— Buccaneers (p. 23S|. 
*S- For «(!parate livcM of limjlish commanders, sec (in Bi- 
ography, p. Hi; 215), naiii.-« of Anson (Geo.) ;— Blake (Kob- 
crt) :— OoUingwood -.-Dampier ;— Drake :— Dundonald ; 
Gambler ;— Howe ;— Napier (-Sir C.) ;— Nelson ;— Rupert 
(I'rincc). 



Jfcir For WvQ^oi Anier. naval oncers, see (in Biography)' 
Jones(J.l'aiil);— Barney (Joshua);— Talbot (Silas);— Preble; 
Decatur ; — Lawrence ;— Elliott : — Perry ; — Porter (David) ; 
Stewart ;— Bainbridge ; — Farragut ; — Foote (A. H.) ; — Por- 
ter (David D.) 

Navigation. 

BovxHlch (N.) New American practical navigator : 
with contin. by J. I. Bowditch. 18th ed. New 

York, 1848. 8° 4017.04 

Clark (L.) Theoretical navigation and nautical as- 
tronomy. 1872 4017.05 

OAbij (II.) Imiu'oved nautical almanac, or true navi- 
gator. 1859 4018.02 

Davies (C.) Elements of surveying and. 1808. 39'25.ZG 
Esquiros(A.) English se.tman and divers. 1808.4517.17 
lireenwood (J. ) Rudimentary treatise on navigation. 

1857 4017.06 

Same. Tables by J. R. Young. 1859. . 4017.08 

Kentish ( T. ) Treatise on a box of instruments, and 

the slide-rule. 185'2 3923.20 

Merrifield (J. ) and Euers (II.) Navigation and nautical 

astronomy. 1873 4018.04 

Piddinijton (11.) Sailor's horn-book for the law of 

storms. 1800 4517.04 

Same. 1851. 4517.05 

Thorns (W.) Practice of navigation. 1871. .4018.03 
Yomui (J. li.) Navigation and nautical .astronomy. 

2 V. 1858 4017.07 

See also Atlantic mo., v. 7, 1861 (Amer. navigation) ; Qu. 
rov., Jan., 1876 (Modern works in uav. and nautical astron- 
omy). 

^^ See also Seamanship (below) ; — Law (Admiralty, 
p. 687). 

Periodicals. 



V. 1- 



1. New York, 1863- 
V. 1-131." 



Army and n.aval journal. 

08. 4'" 

Colburn's United service mivg. v. 1-131. London, 

1829-70. 8° 8191.01 

tTuifca^atessei-vicemag. 8 v. N. Y.,18G4-0G. 8'". 8190.01 

Seamanship. 

llradi/ (W.) Kedge-.anchor ; or young sailors' .assist- 
ant. 1803 4517.01 

Dana (li. II.) Seaman's friend. 1857. . .4517.03 
Luce {K B.) Seamanship. 1808 4517.19 



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Nares (0. S.) Naval ciulet's guiile. 18G0. . 4517.08 

- Seamiinship. 1802 4r)17.0'J 

TvUeti ili. J.) Navul tcxt-bouk ami dictionary. 
1862 4517.12 

Ship.? and Ship-buildiiig. 

Blaml ( W. ) Principles wliicli sliouid ri'gulate the 

form of ships and boats. 1851;. . . . 4517.31) 

Baylhtt {J. M.) (Jii in-opolliug vesst-Is by uitaua ui wiadmill 

sails. [Ill Pamphleteer, v. 14. ISIU.) 605a.H 

Ctilsell (U.) Trcatisi^ on ships' anchors. 185G. 4517.28 
ColkiiU (,(.'. C.) and Link {E. D.) Ships ami sailors, an- 
cient anil modern. 18()8 4517.21 

Fishbounie {K (J.) Lectures on naval architecture. 

184G 4-.17.02 

F'ldtn (J.) Iron ship-builders' comimnion. 180U.;W2:i.31 
(Iniidham (</. ) Iron sUip-building. 1858. . 4517.'-!(; 
(IrillUli. (</. W.) Treatise on marine and naval arcbi- 

toeture. 1854 4518.01 

i/ts(oi-2/ of a ship, from her cradle. 1874. . . 4517.30 
J(d(A.) Archeologie navale. 2 v. 1840. .4518.17 
ICqjpinij (li.) Masting, mast-making, and rigging of 

ships. 1801 4517.29 

Lindsay ( W. L. ) History of merchant shipping and 
ancient commerce. 1 v. 1874. . . . 5'J38.21 



Meade (R. W.) Treatise on naval architecture and 
ship-l)uilding. 18(;0 4518.02 

]\'!/stnini. {,1. ir. ) On technological education and 
ship building, for naval and marine engineers. 
1805 4.'.12.02 

J'ealce{J.) Kud. of naval architecture. 1859. 4517.25 

l'(M>lc (S. M.) Method of comparing the lines, ami 
draughting vessels, propelled Ijy sail or steam, 
including a chapter on laying off on the mould- 
lolt door. IfiOO ■l.",17.21 

Heed (E. J.) Sliip-building in iron and steel. 

1809 4518.03 

iVo(o.— Reviewed iu Illackw. mag., v. 107, 1870. 

Suinmi'rfddt (IL A.) Construction of shijis, 1860- 
01" 4517.27 

tilrinitz ( /<'. ) The ship, its origin and progress : a gen- 
eral history to 1818 4518.04 

Slumi. (I', li.) *Naval and mail steamers of the Uniteil 
States. 1853 1518.16 

Tliearle (K J. P.) Naval .architecture. 1871. 4517.35 

Same. v. 2. Plates. 1874 4518.24 

WilUon (H. B.) Science of ship-building, considered 

in its relations to the laws of nature. 1863. 4517.22 

i!^- 6'i;(; alji(j Yachts auil yachtiug, iu the general ulpliubet. 



Navigation. See Naval science (p. 812); — Law (AdmiraUi/. p. 687). 

Navigators. .SV-; Geography, voyages aud travels (p. 568-572). 

Waville (Jules Ernest). The Heavenly Father. Lec- 
tures on modern atheism. From the French, by 
H. Downton. Boston, 1807. 12". . . . 3577.02 

— The ijroblem of evil. From the French, by E. W. 

Shalders. Edinburgh, 1871. 12°. . . . 3577.03 
Navy. Sec Naval soieneo. 
Nayler (Sir George). 'Coronation of his majesty 

king George iv., solemnized 19th July, J82I. 

London, 1839. Imii. fol A.57.07 

Neal. See also Neele ; — Neil ;— Niel. 

Neal (Daniel). History of the Puritans, 1517-1688. 

2 v. New York, 1818-49. 8'' 3430.01 

ITeal (John). Great mysteries and little plagues. 

Boston, 1870. 10° 233.21 

Contents : Childrea — wiiat are tbey good for ? Goody 

gracious ! aud the I'oryet-me-uot. Pickiugs aud stcaliugs. 

— One word more for unbelievers. B., 1804. 12°. 3577.01 

— Wandering recoUeetious of a somewhat busy life. 

Boston, 1809. 16°. . 3133.19 

4Ji5= For novels by J. Neal, see Fiction class-list (p. 507). 
Neale (John Mason, D.l).) Annals of virgin saints. 
[«/iO)i.] London, 1800. 10° 3418.09 

— Hierologus ; or church tourists. L., 1843.12°. 1311.07 

— Hymns of the Eastern church. Tr. with introd. 

London, 1870. 24°. 3701.24 

— Liturgies of S. Mark, S. James, S. Clement, S. 

Chrysostom, S. Basil. [Greek originals. ] 2d ed. 
London, 1808. 10° 3760.06 

— History oi' the Holy Eastern church, v General 

introd. 2 v. Loudon, 1850. 8°. . . . 3466.01 
Same. History of the Patriarchate of Alexan- 
dria. 2 V. London, 1847. 8° 3400.03 

— Lent legends ; stories for children from church 

history. London, 1855. 24° 3576.21 

— Lessons on liturgiology and church history. With 

an appendix on liturgical qxiotations from the 
isapostolio fathers, by G. Moultrie. London, 
1803. 8°. 3767.11 

— Media3val hymns and sequences. 3d ed. Lon- 

don, 1807. 24° 3761.25 

— Media3val preachers and medi;cval iireaching. Lon- 

don, 1856. 12° 3577.06 

— Original sequences, hymns, elc. London, J. T. 

Hayes, 1866. 24° 3761.26 

— Sermons preached in Sackville college chapel. 2 v. 

London, 1H71-72. 8' 3576.25 

— and Littledale (11. F. ) Commentary on the Psalms. 

3d ed. 4 V. London, 1874. 12'. . . . 3724.06 
Neale (John Preston). 'Mansions of England. Illus- 
trated. 2 V. London, 1847. 4°. . . . 1315.35 
Dleal (Joseph C. ) Charcoal sketches. Philadelphia, 
1837. 12° 233.22 



Neaiider (Johann Augustus Wilhelm). Emperor Ju- 
lian aud his generation. N.Y., 1850. 12°. 3413.07 

— General history of the christian religion and 

church. [To the Kith century.] Tr. by J. Tor- 
rey. 5 v. New York, 1859. 8'. . . . 3415.01 

— Lectures on the hist, of christian dogma.s. Tr. by 

J. E. Kylaud. 2v. L., Jio/iii, 18.05. 12°. 3577.04 

— Life of Christ. Tr. by J. M 'Clintock and C. E. Blu- 

meulhal. New York, 1858. 8' 3122.01 

— Life of St. Chrysostom. Tr. by J. C. Stapleton. 

London, 1815. 8° 3118.04 

— Memorials of christian life in the early and middle 

ages; incl. his 'Light in dark places.' Tr. by 
J. E. llyland. L,, li,ihn, 18.V2. 12=. . . 3113.03 

— Planting aud training of the christian church by 

the apostles. Also, his Antignosticus, or spirit 
of Tcrtullian. Tr. by J. E. Kyland. London, 
Bohn, 1851. 8°. , . 3413.01 

— Ilitckcock {R. D.) BocoUoctions of N. {In Gifts of geuiu.^j, 

18S9 ; p. 138-100.] 252G.02 

See also Bibl. sacra, 1851 (by G. M. Adams) ; Oct., 1851 
(As a cbiu-eb historiuu, by 11. B. .Smith) ; N. IJrit. rev.. 
Feb., 1851 ; Brit. qu. rev., Oct., 18118, or Littell, 1809. v. 1 ; 
Qii. rev., V. 98, 1850 (Review of Works). 

Near aud heavenly Uorizous. See Gasparin {Comlesse de). 
1802 , 3554. U 

Nearchus. Voyage from the ludus to the Euphrates. [//( Vin- 
cent (W.) The commerce of tlie aucieuls, v. 1, 1807.] 1010.01 

— Fragiueuta. [In Arrianus. Anabasis, 1840.] . . . 7700.10 
Neaves (Oharles, loni). i)u the Ossiauic controversy. [In Ar- 

chceological journal, v. 14.] 140J.03 

Nebraska. .V-'' Countries {Xcbraska, v. 347). 

Nebui*. .V'': Astronomy (i>. 51). 

Nebular hypothesis. S'y Astronomy ((i. 54). 

Necessity. S'C Philosophy. 

Neckatn (Alexander). De naturis rerura ; with poem 
De laudibus sajjienti.e. Ed. by T. Wright. Lon- 
don, 1803. 8°. [Rolls chron.] .... 5140.— 

Necker (Jacques). Essay on the true principles of 
executive power. 2 v. L., 1792. 8°. . 5715.11 

— llettections on war, and peace. Tr. from his ' Fi- 

nances of France.' London, 1834. 12°. . 5437.17 

— Treatise on the administration of the finances of 

France. Tr. by T. Mortimer. 2d ed. 3 v. 

Loudon, 1780. 8° 5923.22 

Necromancers and necromancy. 

~ Gudwin (W.) Lives of the N. 1834. . .3813.09 

a^ .S*''' al^o Occult sciences. 
Needham (J.) Landscape aud trees. 6'ee Foster (Vere). Course 

of drawing, pf. 2 1441.11 

Needle wtu'k. S-r Domestic economy. 

Neele. See also Neal ;— Neil ;— Neill :— Niel. 

Neele (Henry). Lectures on English poetry : with 

tales and poems. London, 1S30. S'. . .5057.21 

— Romance of history : England. L.,[1872]. 8°. 233-80 

— Tales and poems. London, 1830. 8°. . . 5057.21 



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NEFF - NEW 



Neff (Jacob K. ) Army and navy of America ; battles, 
cn"agements, f(c., to the close of the Florida war, 
etc° Philadelphia, 1845. 8" "CIG 

Neftel (Wm. B.) Galvano-theraiieutics. New iork 
1871. 12^ -1333.23 

NfL-ligence (Law'of). .«r Law. (iVcif^fwce, p. (W'J). 

W«ril (Alex.) Dictiouary ol' niuil. Greek proverbs, with tia""'-. 
,(c. Ediubiu-gh, isal. 12- C-!'*-" 

Negro. , 1 i 

— Brown (W. W.) The black man : his antecedents 

and .achievements. 1803. 5832.08 

— Cntlii (D. (}. ), and nlhers. Miscegenation. 1864. 

— Carl'wrviUH—). Negro diseases, [/ii De Bow (J. D. 13.) In- 

dustrial resources, rlc. v. 2, 1852 ; p. ;il5-a2'.).| . . j92.') 2G 
EviettlE.) Oolonizatiou aud civilizatiou ol Africa. \/iilns 

Orations. V, 1. 18.50.] ■ •. . fi;«2.ii:) 

Greg I ir. R ) Tlie doom of the uegro race, [fn lus Lit. auil 

eocialjudguieuts. 1808: p. 101-408.1 2r)2i;.2U 

— Helper (K Ii.) The negroes in negroland ; tlio ne- 

eroes in America ; and the negroes generally. 

1868 •W32.U7 

Nojoque ; a question for a continent. 1867.5831. 22 

Hunt [J.) Ou tlie uegro's place iQ nature. [/« Anthrop. soc. 

ofLundou. Memoirs, V.I.] 4735.13 

— Liver mare ((J.) Historical research respecting the 

opinions of the founders of the republic on ne- 
groes as slaves, us citizens, and as soldiers. 
1862 5833.02 

Macaulay (T. B.) Social and industrial capacities of. \Inhis 

Essays, v. 6 [2530.21.1 Repr. from Ed. rev.. Meli., 1827. 

HuU (J. C.) Negro life insurance. [In De Bow (•!. D. B.) In- 

dustrial resources, etc., v. 2, 1852 ; p. 2'J2.3o:).] . . !-.925.20 

— Pollard (K A.) Black diamonds gathered in dar- 

key homes. 185'J 5832.01 

— Siirimi (L.) The negro at home : an inquiry after 

his' capacity for self government and the govern- 
ment of whites. 1868 5832.04 

Its- St'' "'s'J Slavery ;— Africa (p. 280) ; Man {Anlhry)- 
ology.—Ethnuliiiji). p. 733);— United States {South, p. 380-381). 

Wehemiah. .S'^'' Biblical and religious lit. (Old Tat., p. U5). 

Neil. S" • '!/.<' Neale ;— Neele ;— Niel. 

Neil (Samuel, al.) Student's handbook of modern 
history, 1660-1857. London, 1857. 12°. . 441.21 

Neill (Edward D.) The Fairfaxes of England and 
America in the 17th and 18th centuries. Albany, 

1868. 8° 3055. 1'J 

— History of Minnesota. Phil., 1858. 8°. . 012.01 

— History of the Virginia company of London, with 

letters to and from the first colony. Albany, 

1869. sm. 4=' (;25.29 

— Memoir of Patrick Copland : chapter of Engl, colo- 

nization of America. N. Y., 1871. 8". . 3041.17 
Terra Mariffl ; or threads of Maryland colonial his- 
tory. Philadelphia, 18G7. 12° 593.12 

Nellson (Charles). Account of Burgoyne's campaign, 
1777. Albany, 1814. 8° 582.12 

Neilsou (Wm. G. ) Statistical chart of products of the 
United .States, from 1799. Phil., 1866. 8°. 5916.30 

Neisoii (F. G. P.) 'Contributions to vital statistics. 

New ed. London, 1S64. 4° 5918.02 

Contents : Gen. iutrod. Duration of life iu England, 
Wales, and Scotland. Hate of mortality in tlie medical pro- 
fession, and amoug master mariners. Mortality of the 
provideut classes iu Gt. Britain and on tlie Continent. 
Uate of mortality among jiersons of intemperate habits. 
Analytical view of railway accidents. Statistics of crime in 
England and AVales. lufluence of locality on sickness. 
Itates and contributions of Friendly societies. 
Note. — Ilepr. from Statistical society. Journal. 1845-54. 

— Observations on odil fellow and friendly societies. 

14th ed. Loud.m, 1867. 8° 5914.28 

— .Statistics of eriiue in England and Wales, 1842, 

1813,1844. London, 1817. 8° 5093.17 

Neligaa i.J. M., M.ll) Diseases of the skin. 2d ed.. 

enl. by T. \V. Belcher. Dublin, 1866 12°. 4328.17 

- -Same. Philadelphia, 1866. 12°. . .'.4328.14 

Nella-Rajah (History of), a Hindoo romance. [In Kindersley (N.E). 

Specimens, rie., 17U1 ; p. 83-328.1 7813.11 

Nelson (Horatio, lord, Brilish admiral, h. 1758, d. 

18il5). Dispatches and letters. 7 v. London, 

1815-16. 8' 3133.07 

lt7r For !ivs of Nelson, sec Biography (p. 182). 
Nelson ( /i™. John, o/ Lr.icesier, Mass.) Gatherings 

frmii a pastor's drawer. Worcester,18.52.12°.3577.08 
Nelson (Levi. />./>.) Letters to the christian i)ublie, concerning 

unseriptuial Hpi:i'uIatioii». Hartford. 18.11. 8°. . . 3.578.03 

— - Letter to tlie ttir'.l, .luteal professors at Now Haven, concerning 

their supposition that God may not have been able to pre- 



vent Bin in a moral system ; also a few thoughts ou the 
origin of sin. Norwich, 1848. 8° 3578.03 

Nelthropp (Jicv. H. L. ) Treatise ou wutch-work, [last 
and present. London, 1873, 12°. . . . 3932.00 

Nemesianus (M. Aurclius Olympius). (Euvres. ICynegeticon. 
/,f^^et/•V.l Paris, 1805. 8'. (Nisard's collection,] .7720.01 

Nemesis of faith. See Froude (J. A.) '2d ed. 184'J. . . 3.553.25 

Nemesis "f power. .Vcc St. John (J. A.) 18.54 5710.'23 

Neniiuer.sdorff( Franz von;. Unter den Waffeu. Ber- 
lin. [,(..;.] 16" 7122.28 

Nemiiicli (Philipp Andreas)). Universal European 
dictionary of merchandise. L., 1799. 4'. 6410.16 

Nennius. History of the Britons. [In Giles {J. A.) Six old 
i;iigli8li clironii-les. I^udou, 1848. 12° .] .... 471.01 

Nepaul. .V"' Countries and places (p. 347). 

Nepos (Cornelius). Lives of eminent commanders. 
Tr. by J. S. Watson. [ll'i(/i Justiuua. London, 

Jiohii, 1853. 12°.] 423.06 

Contents: Miltiades. Themistocles. Aristides. Pausa- 
Dias. Oimoii. Lysander. Alcibiadea. Thrasybulus. Co- 
iion. Dion. Iphierates. Chabrias. Timothens, Datames. 
Eiiamiiiondas. Pelopidas. Agcsllaus. Eumenes. Pho- 
ci'jn. Timoleou. Of kings. Ilamilcar. Hannibal. M. C. 
Cato. T. I'omponiuB Atticus. 

— (Euvres completes. [Lat. et Fr.] Paris, 1864. 

8'. [Nisard's coll.] 7725.13 

— Vitai excellentium imperatorum. Ex ed. J. F. Fis- 

cheri. 2 v. London, Valpy, 1822. 8°. . 1715.10 
Neptune. .S'.'.' Astronomy {Neptune, p. 54). 
Nero, emperor ft/ Home. .See Biography (p. 182). 

Nero, hist. play. .See Story (W. W.) 1743.27 

Nerval (Gerard L.iBF.uNiE, C((/(ed Gerard de). La Bo- 

heme galante. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1806. 12°. 7047.20 

— Les mics du feu. Paris, 1864. 12°. . . . 7047.21 

— Le ivvo et la vie. Les fiUes du feu. La Bohema 

galante. Paris, 1868. 12° 7047.22 

— Voyage en Orient. 2 v. Paris, 1867. 12°. 7047.23 

■S'ef notice of Nerval, by A. Lang, in Fraser. May, 1873. 

Nervous system. .See Medicine {Nervous system, p. 763). 

Nesbit (Anthony). Complete treatise on practical 
land-surveying. 2d ed. York, 1820. 8°. 392.5.11 

Nest of ninnies. .See Armin (R.) 1750.10 

Nestorians. Laurie {T.} Dr. Grant and the. 1853. . . 1042.0'2 

Nests at \Va.shington. .See Piatt (J. J. and S. M. B.) 1864. 1075.33 

Netherclift (Fred. G. ) Hand-book to autographs. 
^\'ith biogr. index, by K. Sims. London, 1862. 
sm. 4° •i741.01 

Netherlands. .See Countries {Nelherluiuts, p. 347 ;— Holland, p. 
3211 -.—Belgium, p. 294) ;— Fine arts {Dutch, Flemish, and 
(ierntan, p. 541). 

Netter (Thomas). Fasciculi zizaniorum J. Wyclif, 
cum tritico. Ed. by W. W. Shirley. London, 
1858. 8°. [RoUschron.] 5140.— 

Nettleship (J. T. ) Essays on Robert Browning's 
poetry. London, 1868. 16' 1623.08 

Neubauer (Carl Theodor Ludwig) and 'Vogel(.J. ) 
Guide to analysis of the urine. 4th ed. Tr. by 
W. O. Markman. London, New .Sydenham so- 
cietii, 1863. 8° 4302.23 

Neuman .See al.-io Newman. 

Nevunan (Henry) and Baretti (G. ) Pronouncing dic- 
tionary of the Spanish and English languages. 
.See "Velasquez de la Cadeua (M.) . .6415.00 

Neumann (Carl Friedrichj. Translations from the 
Chinese and Armenian, with notes. London, 

1831. 8° 781(;.10 

Contents : History of the pirates of the China Sea, 1807 
to 1810. Catechisms of the Shamans, or laws of Buddha in 
China. Vaiiram's chronicle of the Armenian kingdom of 
Cilieia, [A.D. 1012-1246.] 

Neumaim (Isidor). Text-book of skin diseases. Tr. 
by A. Pullar. London, 1871. 8°. . . . 4328.18 

Neuralgia. .See Medicine {.Xeuralgia, p. 763). 

Neuroptera. A"'.' Insects (p. 645). 

Neurotics. -S''-' Medicine {Stimulants and narcotics, p. 767). 

Nevada. .V''.' Countries {Neeada, p. 347). • 

Neve (Timothy). Animadversions upon Phillips's 
life of Pole. Oxford, 1766. 8°. . . . ..3145.16 

Neversink (.Mountaineer of the) : poem. .See Dubois (P.) 1641.13 

Neviii (Ii. P.) Black-i'obes, or missions, elc. [Jesuit, 
Moravian, Methodist, and Presbyterian.] Phil- 
adelphia, 1872. 12° 3447.24 

Nevius (Hi-v. John L.) China and the Chinese. 
New York, 1869. 12° 1023.18 

New (Charles). Life, and labour in Eastern Africa. 
2d ed. London, 1874. 12' 1086.13 

New American cyclopfedia. Ed. by G. Kiijley and 
C. A. Dana. 16 v. N. X., 18.58-63. 8°. . 
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New aud old ; (j.-ilil'uniiaaml ludia. Si-r Palmer (J.W.) 1859.1114.04 
New Atlantis. (/« Bacon (F.) Works, v. 6. 18(12.) . . .6014.07 

.Same. [/« Bacon (F.) Mural works, Jluhn.] . . COIij.Oi 

New atmoiipllero. See Dodge (II. A.) 1805 5821.03 

Nevr bou ton miit,'ii,ziru' ; or, tulcscopi) of tlio times. 

C, V. London, IS I H-2 1. 8' 8115.11 

New Brunswick. .V"-: Countries {Xem lieumwick, p. 347). 

Ncw-cburch magaziuo, v. 1-2. B., 1873-74. 8° 81.T2.0.'i 

New collection of enigmas, charades, etc. London. 

18UG. IG" 4fill.l'2 

New('ratylU8. .S't-c Donaldson (J. W.) . 11414.07 

New ruriosities in art and nature, .^e*; Lemery (N.) 1711. 3921.21 
New riirioHitiL'S ol'literatiiri'. .V('t' Soane (O.) 2 V. 1849.0218.20 
New i-jclupii'iliaofilluslration. .S'<v Foster (E.) 1871. .3.552.23 
New eyclopiudia of illustrative anecdote, religious 
and moral. With introd. by D. Macleod. Lon- 
don, 187-2. 8' 3552.2.'; 

New cyclopEBdia of poetical illnstratiou. Sec Foster (Elou). 

1872 1040.03 

New day : songs and sonnets. See Gilder (R. W.) 1876.1044.35 

Nevr dictionary of (jtiotations from (Ireek, Latin, and 

modern languages. Phila., 185'J. 12^. . 0213.07 

New England. See Countries {.Yew England, l). 348) ; also am- 

/•Ills (it* Massachusetts hist, society, p. 743-746 ul this Cat- 

aloj^nf). 

Newr England : a hand-book for travellers. Boston, 

1873. l(i° 1121.10 

New England and her institutions : by one of her 

sons, [mum.] London, 1835. 8°. . . 1111.13 

Conlrnls : The farmer. Slavery, Holidays, College life. 

The district school [by Warren Burton], The village choir 

[l>y S. tiilmau], t-^c. 

New England emigrant aid society. History, with report on its 

future operations. Boston, '1862. 8" 634.25 

New^ England historical and genealogical register. 

V. 1-31. Boston, 1817-77. 8^ 603.01 

New England Ii'k. luls. See Spofford (H. P.) 1871. . . 3812.07 
New England luiaiKliy do .vicars .ago. See Clark {lieu. S.D.) 3180.24 

New England patriot. .Vtr Lowell (John) 6093.05 

New England sociuly of Xew York. Keport of the annual din- 
ner. Now York, Dec. 23. 1851. New York, 1852. 8'. .595.24 
- 58tli-.i9th anuiversary celebration. 1303 61. With constitu- 
tion, h-stof members, etc. New York, 18(14-05. 8°. 595.24 
New England tragedies. .SVp Allen (H. H.) 1809. . .3812.10 
New England tragedies. .Sre Longfellow (H. W.) 1808. 1604.20 
New Euglaiider (The), v. l-3(.;, 1813-77. New Ha- 
ven, 1843-77. 8° 8l:i6.(ll 

New England's first fruits ; with divers other sp(>cia] 
matt.'i-s. N.Y.,180.'). 4=. [Sabiu's reprints.] 5G1.10 
New England's Jonas cast up at London. See Child (.1.) 577.11 
New England's plautation. |/.i Force (P.) Tracts, v. 1. 1820.] 

New England's trials. See Smith (John) 577 09 

New English Canaan. See Morton (Thomas) 577.09 

Ne'w era : a monthly periodical, devoted to Judaism 
.and Jewish literature. Ed. by R. d'C. Lewin. 
V. 1-5. New York, 1871-7,''). 8^ . . . 8131.01 
New exegesis of .Shakespeare : interpretation of his 
principal characters and idays on the principles 
of races, [anon.] Edinburgh, 1859. 8 '. 17.52. 0'j 
New-fashioned girl ; a story uf tti-day. [roioii,.] New 

York, 1870. 10° 1671.27 

New Fore.st. Wise (J. H. ) The New Forest, its his- 
tory and scenery. 1807 955.12 

See also Fortn. rev,, v. 15. 1871 or Littell. v. 2 (Sketch, by 
G. E. I''.yrie): Frasera mag., v. 77. 1808 ([n the New Forest, 
by P. Walker). .See u/so (in Fiction), Marryat's Children of 
the New Forest. 
Newfoundland. See Countries {Xewfuimdland. p. 348). 
New^ foundling hospital for wit. A collection of 
fugitive pieces, in prose tind verse. [Ed. by J. 
Almon.] V. London, 1771-73. 16°. . 1012.17 
New France. See Countries fitiitt'/a. p. 298). 
New Kospcl of peace. .See White (U. Q.) 1808. . . . 032.21 
New Granada. .S>(' Countries {.Vein Geaiviila. p. 298). 
New Guinea. See Countries (.V- im (Guinea, p. 348); also Ed. rev., 

.Inly. 1876 (Iteview of Moresby's New tiuinea). 
New Hampshire. See Countries (.Vein Hampshire, p. 348). 
New Harmony, (/)!.//(i/ia). .See Atlantic mo., v. 32, 1873 (New 
liarinony, by K. D. Owen) ; aha works on the communistic 
srieirties of the United States by Nordboff [5812.16], aud by 
J. H. Noyes [5812.08]. 
New Haven, (t'onn). .S'ee Countries {Xew Haven, p. 318). 
New Holland. See Countries {.Ut-^lralin, p, 392). 
New home, western life. .S'f.' Kirkland (C. M.) 1850. .1124.15 

Now Hyperion. .Sei' Strahan (Edward). 1876 940.11 

New Ireland : [1840.77]. .SVe SulUvan (A. M.) .... 453.22 
New Jersey. See Countries {Xew Jersey, p. 348). 

Newr Jersey historical society. Collections, v. 1-7. 

Newark, 1852-7.5. 8° 012.11 

Contents .' V. 1. Whitehead (W. A.) East Jersey under pro- 
prietary govirninenta. 2d cd. 1852, Scot ((i.l Model of 
the government of province of East N. .1. 2. Duer (W. A.) 
Life of Wm. Alexander, earl of Stirling, with corrct^p. 



3. Field (R. S ) Provincial courts of N. J. 4. Morris (L.) 
Analytical jiapors. 5. Stevens III.) Index to colonial doc. 
of N. J. in St;ile paper ofllceB of England. 6. Settlement 
of Newark. 7. Constitution and gov, of New Jersey. 
New Jerusalem chiirch. ,Scc Biblical and relig. lit. (Swedcnbor- 

ejiaiiisiii. p. 105). 
New Jerusalem mag. v. 42-44. 1869-72. B.. 1870-72. 8°. . 8132.02 
New Lanark. Owen (11 1>.) Outline of the syKtem 
of education at New L.anitrk. 1825.. .0.51,5.11) 
New lands within the Arctic circle. .SV.; Payer (Julius). 1144.16 
New hfe in new lauds. See Lippincott (S. J.) . . . . 1132.13 
New London. .V''*' Countries {Xeiij Luntlun, p. 349). 
New Mexico. See Countries {New Mexico, p. 349). 

New monthly magazine, v. 1-150. London, 1821-71. 

8° 8123.01 

Same. N. S. v. 1-10. L., 1872-70. 8°. 8127.12 

A'ofe.— Vols, for 1837-41, cd, by T. Hook ; 1842-43, by 'I'. 
Hood : 1845-70, by \V. H. Aiusworth. 
New Netherland. See Countries {Xew York, p. 350). 
New Orleans. See Countries (Xew Orleans, p. 350). 
New Pantheon : niytliology. .See Hort (W. J.) . . . .3816.32 

New pastoral. See Read (T. B.) 1855 1682.09 ; CO 

New pictures and old panels. .See Doran (J.) 1859. . .2523.18 
New practical window gardener. .Vce Mollison (J. R.) . 0132.27 
Ne'w school-history of England, [tmvn.'] Oxford, 

1S7II. 12° 403.20 

New Sc lutli Wales. {A nslmlia). .See Countries (p, 348).' 
New spirit of the age, .S'ee Home (U. li.) 18.55. . . .2532.09 
New Sydenham society. Publications. C9 v. Lon- 
don, 1859-70. 8'. . ■ 4302.03 

Contents: v. 1. Diday (P.) Syphilis in new-born children, 
etc. Tr, by O. Whitley. 2. Gooch (K.) Most important 
diseases peculiar to women. 3. Bretonneau (P.). and 
others. Memoirs on diphtheria. 4. Schroeder van der 
Eolk (J. L. C.) On spinal cord aud medulla oblongata, and 
on e]iileiisy. Tr. by W. V. Moore. 5. Selected mouo- 
graph.s 1 Kussmaul {.\.) aic/ Tenner (A.) Epileptiform con- 
vulsions from biemorrbage ; Wagner (A.) Iteseetiou of 
bones aud joints ; Graefe (A. v.) Three mem. on iridectomy 
in iritis, choroiditis, and glaucoma. 6. Bright (R.) Ab- 
doininal tumors and inttmiesceuce. 7, 13. Frerichs (F. 
T.) Clinical treiitise on diseases of liver. Tr. by (J. Mnreh- 
ison. 8. Year-book of med., surgery, etc., 1859. Ed. by 
G. Harley. C. II. Jones, etc. 9, 14, 17, 24, 27, 29, 34, 39, 

44, 48, 52. 56, 60. 64, 69. Atlas of portraits of skin dis- 
eases. 10. Year-book, 1860. Ed. by G. Ilarley. C. 11. 
Hoiien. and others. 11. Selected monographs ; Czermak (J. 
N.) Practical uses of the laryngoscope : Dusch (T. von). 
Thr(unbosis of the cerebral sinuses : Schroeder van der 
Kolk (J. L. C.) Atrophy of brain. Radicke (I'mf.) Inipor- 
tiiu.e and value ol arithmetic means. Esmarch(T.) Use of 
cold in surgery. 12. 16, 21, 26. Casper (J. L.) Hand- 
book of practice of forensic medicine. I'r, l»v G. \V. Bal- 
foiu'. 13. .Vie 7. 14 .S'.e 9. 15. Year-book. 1801. Ed. by 
G. Harley, etc. 16. See 12. 17. .See g. 18. Kramer (W.) 
Aural surgery of tlie present day. Tr. by H. Power. 19- 
Year-book, 1862. Ed. by E. Montgomery, and others. 20. 
Neubauer (tl.i and 'Vogel (J.) Guide to analysis of the 
urine. Tr. hy W. O. Markham. 21 . SVe 12. 22. Donders 
(F. C.) Accommodation and refraction of the eye. Tr. by 
W. 1>. Moore. 23. Year-book of inedieine. surgery, etc., 
1803. E.l. by J. Hinton, H. Jones, etc. 24. .See 9. 25. 
Year-book, 1804. 26. .See 12. 27. .See 9. 28. 31. Ber- 
nutz (G.) and Goupil (E.) Diseases of women. 29. .See 9- 
30. 37, 61, 63. Hebra (F.) Diseases of the skin. 31. See 
28. 32, 43, 50, 69, 65. Biennial retrospect of med, etc., 
for 180,5-00. Ed. by H. Power, etc. 33. Griesinger (W.) 
Mental liathology and therapeutics. 34. .See 9. 35. 42. 

45. 51. 55. Trousseau |.\ ) Lectures on clinical med. Tr. 
and ed. by P. V. Bazirc 36. Addison IT) Collection of 
[his] pubbc writings 37. .See 30. 38, 41. Lancereanz 
(E.) Treatise on syphilis. Tr. by G. Whitley. 39. .s. e 9. 
40, 66. Descrip. catalogue of the atlas of diseases of the 
skin. Compiled by J. Hutchinson. Pt, 1, 2. 41. Se. 38. 
42. .See 35. 43. .Se,' 32. 44. .See 9. 45. .See 35. 46. Nie- 
meyer |F. v.) Clin. lect. on pulmonary consumption. Tr. 
by C. Baumlcr. 47. 53, 57. Strieker (S.). and others. 
Manual of human aidl comp. histolot^y. Tr. by H. Power. 
48. .See 9. 49. Wunderlich (C. A.) t)u temperature in dis- 
eases. Tr. by W. B. Wooduian. 50. .See 32. 51. .See 35. 
52. .Se. 9. 53. .See 47. 54. 58. Rindfleisch |E.) Manual 
of pathol. hiatolOKy. Tr. by E. IS. Baxter. 55. .Se.^ 35, 
56. .See 9. 57. Se 47. 58. .S..- 54 59. See 32. 60. 
.See 9. 61. .See 30. 62. Troeltsch {t'rof. von). Surgical 
diseases of the ear. Helmholtz (11.) Mechanism of the 
ossicles and the nu'mbr.ana tjiiiimiii. 63. .See 30. 64. .S'ee 
9. 65. .See 32. 66. .See 40. 67. Latham |P. M.) ColK 
works, V. 1. 68. Smellie (W.) Treatise on midwifery, v. 1. 
69. .See 9. 

New tale of a tttb. .S.'e Bayley (F. W. N.) . . . t .1611.18 

New theories .and the old faith. .Sec Picton (J. A.i 1870. 3585. 05 
New Timon : apoet. ronnance. 5ee Lytton (.Sir E. B.) 184(1. 1071.15 
New w.rl.lcomp. withtheold. .See Townsend(G.A.) 1870 1135.11 

New w.u'ld of words. See Phillips (Edward) (1430.03 

New York (Cili/ of). See Countries (A'ew york; p. 349). 
New York (.Sta(e o/). See Countries {Xew I'niic. p. 350). 
New York book of poetry. N. \.. 1837. 8'. 1074j24 
Ne'w York ecclesiological societv. New York eccle- 
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York, IS72-7:i. 8° 0750.01 

New York liistovical society. .See fuU leutry unjer New York 

(p. :l5ij of Catalogue). 
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1^44-48. 8= 8i:«02 

Same N.S. v. 1-10. N.Y., 1848-50. S''. 8133.11 

Same. 3d s. v. 1-8. N.Y.,185G-G0. 8". 8133.25 

New York marine register : or American Lloyds. 

l,s57-00. 8v. NewYork,lS58-00. obi. 8'^ 5'J28.01 
New York medical journal, v. 14-25. New York, 

1871-77. 8'^ 81.34.14 

New York mirror, v. 7-15, 18-20. New York, 1830- 

42. 4' 

New York observer 'year book. 1872-73. 2 v. 

New York, 1S72-73. 8°. 6747.02 

New York iinliiil in the revival of 1858. A memo- 

ri:d volume of sermons. N.Y.,1858. 12". 3577.14 
New York review and (juarterly eluirch journal. 

V. 1-10, Mch., 1837- -Apl., 1812. New York, 1837- 

12. ts 813.5.01 

NewT York social science review. Ed. by A. Delmar 

and Simon Stern, v.l, 180,5. N.Y.,180U. 8^. 8135.17 
New York Times, v. 8-12 in 10 v. New York, 1859- 

62. fol 

Same. 1870-78. [Set imperfect. ] . . 

— Index. 1805. New York, 1800. 8°. . . . 

New York tn.ai:lier ami .\mer. educational mouthly. See Ameri- 
can educational monthly. 

New York Tombs ; its secrets and mysteries. Ed. 
by J. I J. M ix ami S. A. Mackeever. New York, 
1,S7I. .S' 5611.20 

New York Tribune. 1870-78. [Imperfect set.] 

New York world, v. 1-3, June, 14, 180U— Mch., 1804. 
15 V. New York, 18(;0-64. fol. . 

Same. 1870-78. [Imperfect set.] . . 

New Zealand. .SVe Countries (.V<;w Zealand, p. 353). 

Newall {('iipl. •]. T. ) Eastern hunters. London, 
1802. 8' 1012. 1!) 

— Hog htmting in the East, and other sports. Lon- 

don, l.s(17. 8'' 1012.20 

Newark. [N. ./.) .Vr .■ Countries (Xemark, p. 347). 

Newrark library association. Catalogue. Newark, 

18.57. 8. ■ 2714.20 

Newberry (.lohu S.) Geological report. [ll'iW Macomb (J. N.) 

Iteport of explor. exped. from Santa Fe 1859. J . USlJ.lu 

— Geul. survey lif Oliio. See Countries {Ohw : state publ. p. 3.5.^). 

— ReporLs ou botany, ou geology, and ou zoology, [[n Pacific 

U. It. routes. Iteports. v. 0.] 1127. oti 

Newbery (Robert). Gleanings from ornamental art 
of every style. L(mdon, 1803. 4'. . . 1400.15 

Newbury, (.t/ttss.), and Newburyport. See Countries (p. 347). 

Newburyport. I'ubliu libntry. Catalogue. Newbury- 
port, 1877. 8° 2723.22 

Newcastle [Win. an<l Margaret C'aveudish, duke and dtichess of). 
.V"' Cavendish (i>. 'J.'>7). 

Newcastle tislier's garlands. Ed. by J. Crawhall. 
Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1804. 8° 1074.20 

Nev7comb (Simon). Popular astronomy. New York, 
187.'<. 8' 4017.32 

— luveHtig.itimiof tlieorbitof Neptuuo. [/n *Sm. coiitrib.. v. 15, 

INI'l-l 3937.15 

— luveatiKation of thc^ orbit of Uranus, with general tables of 

Its niotiiiii. |/i( 'Sm. contrib., V. 19, 1874.J . . .3937 19 

— (Ill tlic^ general iutegrala of planetary motion. [In *Sai. cou- 

trib.. V.-21, 1«7(1.J 3937.21 

Newcome(/iVe. Henry). Autobiography. 2 v. Man- 
(•liester, CMlKtm.mc, ikw, 26-27, 1852. 4'^. .5094.20 

— Diary, 1001-1003. Manchester, dhetham soc, ?io. 18, 

1HI'.>- 1' 5091.18 

Newcoine (Wm.) Attempt towards an improved 
versiiiii, iiu^trical arrangement, and explanation 
of the twelve minor prophets, Pontefract, 1809. 

>■■"■ ' 3734.12 

Newell (llobert Henry). [' Orpheus C. Kerr.' pxmd] 
Avery (ilibun ; or between two fires. New York 
1S«"- 8" 233.35 

— Cloven foot : an adaptation of 'The mystery of 

Edwin Drood.' Now York, 1870. 12°. . 233.41 

— C)rpheUK C. Kerr papers. lst-3d s. 3 v. New 

York, 1802-(;5. 12" 233.30 



— Palace beautiful, and other poems. New Y'ork, 

1805. 12° 1674.05 

— Smoked glass. New York, 1808. 12". . . 233.39 

— Versatilities. [Poems.] Boston, 1871. 12". 1674.28 

— The walking doll ; or the Asters and disasters of 

society. New York, 1872. 12°. .... 233.33 
Newell (llobert Hasell). Zoology of the English 

poets. London. 1845. 10" 4713.20 

Newell (Will.. D.O.) Blessed memory of the just : discourse on 

death of Jared Sparks. Cambridge. ISGC. 8". . . 3S77.;«) 

— Changes of life ; discourse ou death of Mrs. Harriet F. Weli- 

Bter. Cambridge, 1833. H" 3577.30 

— Christian citizeu : discourse ou death of Charles Beek. 

Cambridge, 1800. 8° 3577.30 

— Christian scholar : discourse on death of Andrews Norton. 

Cambridge, 1853. 8" 3577.:)o 

— Memoir of Convers Francis, D.D. Camb., 1800. 8'. 3577.30 

— Uur national legislature : discourse, day of the annual fast. 

April 7, 1842. Cambridge, 1842. 8° 3577.30 

— . Greenmmd (F. W. I'.) Discourse at the ordination of W N. 

1830 3581.20 

Newfoundland- See Countries (p. 348), 

Newgate calendar. AVc Jackson (Wm.) v. 1800. . .5012.03 

Newhall (Isaac). Letters on Junius, showing that 

tlie author was earl Temple. B.,1831. 8". 31188.17 
New^houae (S. ) Trapper's guide. Wallingford.C'/. i, 

1807. 8" 4017.11 

Newrlaiid (Henry). Forest scenes in Norway .and 

Sweden. London, 18.54. 12° 991.05 

Newrlaiids (James). Carpenterand joiner's assistant. 

London, 1HC,7. fol 1317.10 

Newman. See aho Neuman ;— Neumann. 

Newman (Edwardi. Familiar introd. to the history 

of insects. London, 1841. 8" 4823.25 

— History of British ferns, and allied plants. Lon- 

don,' 1844. 8" 491.5.14 

New^man (Francis Win.) Catholic union : essays to- 
wards a church of the future, as the organization 
of philanthropy. Loudon, 1854. 8". . 3577.07 

— Atheism. |/ii Nineteenth century. Oct.. 1878.) 

— Contrasts of anc. and mod. history. [Fraser's, Sept.. 1874.] 

— Crimes of the house of Austria. Ed. by E. P. Pea- 

body. 2d cd. New York, 1852. 12". . 544.00 
-Dictionary of mod. Arabic. 2v. L., 1871. 12°.6121.02 

— Europe of the near future. With three letters on 

the Franco-German war. L., 1871. 12°. 526.07 

— Hebrew theism ; the common basis of Judaism, (.'hristianity, 

Mobammcdism. Kevised ed. Loudon, 1874, 8'. . 3577.28 

— History of the Hebrew monarchy, to the Babylonish 

captivity. London, 1847. 8° 3441.10 

— Homeric translation. London, 1861. 8°. . 1655.05 

— Lectures on [lolit. economy. L., 1851. 8". 5912.05 

— Miscellanies. London, 1809. 8" 2538.10 

Contents : Fragments on logic. Lectures ou poetry. 
Lectures ou the chief forms of ancient nations. A de- 
fence of Carthage. Fragments ou liberal iustructioti in 
mathematics. Elocution as a part of education. Essay ou 
national loans. 

— Phases of faith : or jDassages from the history of my 

faith. London, 1870. 12" 3577.09 

Reviewed by J. Martineau, in lik Miscel., 18B2. . 3574.07 

— Philosophical classification of national institutions ; lecture. 

Loudon, 1807. 8' 3577.28 

— Uelatinns of free knowledge to moral seutimout ; lecture, 

London, 1847. 8' 3577.28 

— Relations of professional to liberal kutiwledgo : lecture. 

London, 1859. 8' 

— KegalRome. New York, 1852. 12'. . . 43.3.11 

— Reply to • The eclipse of faith.' with chapter on the moral per- 

fection of Jesus, [/it Rogsrs (11.) Defence of the Eclipse 

of faith, 1850.1 3587.17 

IVote. — Hepr. from his Phases of faith, ch. vil. and ix. 

— The Soul, its sorrows, and its aspirations. 8th ed. 

London, 1808. 12" 3577.10 

Reviewed by A. H. Clougli, in his Remains, v. 1. 1033.21 

— Text of the Iguvine inscriptions, with interlinear Latin 

translation, and notes. London. 1804. 8". (/» Philol. soc.. 
v. 15.) (1443.15 

— Theism, doctrinal .and practical ; or didactic re- 

ligious utterances. L., 1.S55. sin. 4°. . 357^^.00 

— Umbri.an language. [In Philol. soc. Proc. 1802.] . . 0443.14 

— McCarthy (J.) Modern leaders. 1872. ...... 3257.10 

See'alsn Qu. rev., v. 95, 1854, or Littoll. v. 9. 1855 (Newman 
and the ' Eclipse of faith ') : Westni, rev., v. 70. 18.'.8 (P. W. 
N. and his evangelical critics) ; Chris, exam.. May, 1800 
(F. W. N., by J. W. Chadwick) : Jouru. of sacred lit., v. 7, 
1851 ; p. 300-378 (Modern spiritualism). 

Newniaii (John 15.) Fascination ; or the philosophy 
of charming. New York, 1852. 12". . . 3814.24 

Newman (John Henry). Apologia pro vita sua : a 
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1805. 12' :r)77.11 

,V<*^•.— Roviownd in Frasnr's maK., v. 70, IHCl : Ni>rth 
lirit. lev., V. 41, l«(il ; (ill. rev., v, 110, 1801 ; Wcstm. itv.. 
V. Hi. 1S04. 

— Aviiui.s..ltli(vlt,licont,ury. Med. Ii.,1871. 8". 3113.22 

— CalliHla : skcU'li of 3(1 (-pntiiry. N.Y.,185G.12°.23:!.10 

— Ohai'ii<'tnristi<«, from his works. Arrangcil by W. 

F. Lilly. London, 1875. 12° 3r.7«.08 

Essay in aid of a grammar of assent. 3d ed. Lon- 
don, ls7i). 12'. . . .■ 3577.12 

Itevieweil in Biblical rop. ami PriiK^otoii rov., Apl.. 1H7I : 
Ed. rev., v. i:W. 1870; Coiitomp. rev., v. H. 1S7». by F. 1). 
Maurice) ; l-'raser'H nia;^., N. s., 1870. v. 1 (by J. A. l-'roiule. 
ropr. in Iii.^ Sliort Rtiulios.v. 2, 1871): North liril. i(sv., v. 
m. 1H7U . Qn rev., v. 1'29, 1870; Wcstrn. rev., v. 82, 1804. 

— Essay on cU'Vctlojjnuut of cliristian doctrine. 
Mo-diii (.1. li.) Criticism of N.'s Essay. 3577.(1(1 

.SV(T als'i reviews by U. H. Milrnan, in t^ii. rev.. Oct., 
184G : repr. in bis Savonarola, f/c. [:ir>7l).r.i] ; and by F. I). 
Maurice, in preface to his Lectures ou the Eiiibtle to the 
Hi^brews, pp. i-cxxviii y748.!0 

— Essays critical and historical. 2 v. L., 1872.8^.3581. 09 

CoiUeitt^ : v. 1. Poetry with reference to Aristotle's Po- 
etics. Tbo iutr<niuction of rationalistic principles into 
revealed religion. The fall of La Mcnuais. Palmer's 
view of faith and unity. The theology of .St. Ignatius. 
Prospects of the Anglican church. Tlio Anglo-American 
church. Selina, countess of Huntingdon. 2. Catholicity 
of the Anglican chnrcb. TheProtistaut idea of Antichrist. 
Mihnau's View of Christianity. The retormation of the 11th 
century. Private judgment. John Davison. John Keblo. 

N'ot':. — Reviewed by Floulkes, in Contemp. rev., v. 10. 

— Fifteen sermons iireacUed before the Univ. of Ox- 

ford, 182(5-1843. 3d ed. L., 1872. 8=. . 35S1.21 

— Grammar of asscTit. .Vee ab"ve Essay toward a grammar, ftc. 

— Historical sketches. 3 v. L., 1M72-73. 12°. 3.581.07 

CVJ»^'/^/.>! .■ V. 1. llise .and progress of universities. North- 
men and Normans in Englaud and Ireland. Medieval Oxford. 
Convocation of Canterbury, 2. The Turks iu their rela- 
tion to Europe. Cicero. Apollouius ofTyaua. Primitive 
Christianity. 3. The church of the fathers. St. Cbrysos- 
tom. Theodoret. St. Benedict. Benedictine schools. 

— Idea of a university defined and illustrated. 3d od, 

London, 1873. 8' 5522.03 

— Lectures on justification. 3d ed. L.,1874.12".3578.07 

— Lectures on the present position of Catholics in 

England. 2d ed. London, 1851. 8'^ . 35S1.06 

— Letter on occasion of Gladstone's recent Expostula- 

tion. New York, 1875. 1(>" 3578.(J',) 

— Life of Apollouius Tyanajus. [In fiU Essays, v. 2; and in 

Hinds (S.) Hist, of the chr. church, 1853.] . . . .3415.10 

— Loss and gain : the story of a convert [to Catholi- 

cism]. Oth ed. London, 1874. 12°. . . 3578.10 

— P.arochial and plain sermons. Now ed. 8 v. Lon- 

don, IHG'.I. 12° 3581.12 

— Tract no. 90, remarks on certain passages in the 39 articles. 

1/h Tracts for the times. V. 0] 3013.14 

Letter to the bishop ot Oxford on [Tract] no. 90. Oxford, 

1811. 8" 3013.14 

Letter to R. w. Jelf, in explan.ation of Tract no. 90. 3d ed. 

Oxford, 1841. S° 3013.14 

ruS''y {K. li.) The articles treated on in Tract 90 reconsid- 
ered, and their interpretation vindicated. 1841. . 3G13.14 

— Two essays on sorii>ture miracles and on ecclesias- 

tical. 2ded. London,1870. 12°. . . . 35SI.20 

— Verses on various occasions. L., 18G8. IG'. 1(174.17 

JVo(.:.— Reviewed m lilackw. mag., v. 1U8, 1870, or Littell, 
1870, v. 4. 

— Via media of the Anglican elnirch. 2 v. London, 

1878. 12° 3578.2(i 

— Kingsh'ij [C.) What, thou, does Dr. Newman mean ? Loudon. 

1804. 8" 

I^iite. — For this controversy, see Nowm.an's ' Apologia.' 

— Mcl'urlliij J.) Modern leaders. 18,2 3257.16 

— JUnrfinritit (J.) Perstjual influence of Newman on our present 

theology. [In /lis lissays. v. 1. 1800 : p. 3'29-100.] . ■2.'">35.17 

— Kan Is ( ir. /(.) Letter to J. H. N. on anthoritative truth. [In 

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,V r alsii Contemp. rev.. V. 10. 1S09 (J. II. N. as a preacher, 
by E. T, Vaughan) ; Apl., 1870 (J, H. N., a psychological 
stuily, by J. lIuTit) ; AlUbone, v. 2, and M'Clintock and 
Strong, V. ; Westm. rev., v. 98, 1872 (l)r, N.: th(^ difflcul- 
tles ol protestantism). 
1161)7111311 (John r.) From Dan to Beersheba. New 
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— Thrones and palaces of Babylon and Nineveh. 

New York, 187G. 8' 1015.17 

Newmau (Samuel Phillips). Elements of political 

economy. Andover, 1835. 12°. . . . 5912.18 
Newmarch (Wm.) History of prices. See Tooke (Thomas). 

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li,ado of the llniird Knigdoiii during 1859, with course of 
prices sin<'e 1844 ;— Methr.ils of investigation as regiirds 
statistics of prici's and wages [In v. '23) ; — Mem. rel. to 
systems of taxation in force in the United Kingrloni :-- 
progress of economi.: science dm-ing the last .30 years [In 
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Newmarket and Arabia ; naces and courserH. .See Upton (U. D.) 

Newiiliam (Wmi. Ueciprocal iutluonee of 'body ancl 
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Newport, (/^. /.) See Countries and places (p. 349) ; nha Galaxy, 
Sept., 1873 (Sniuiner days at Newport, by L. H. Hooper) ; 
Atlantic mo., v. 21, 1808 (Newport wharves, by T. W. Ilig- 
ginsou). 

Newrs from New England, 1G70. [foion.] Albany, 
lK(i5. 4°. fiWG.Ol 

News from the invisible world. ,Vcc Tregortha (J.) . .3812.35 

Ne'wsboys. Untre (C L.) Short sermons to news- 
boys : with hist, of the newsboys' lodging-house. 
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Newrspaper and general reader's comi)anion. [anon.'] 
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Newrspapers. See Journalism and the press (i». i'<^u) ; — Adver 
tising (p. 5) ; —Periodicals. 

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Ne'wton (Charles Thomas). Travels ami discoveries 
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Newton (Hubert Anson). Metric system of weight and meaa- 

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in 1H08. 

Newton {Sir Isaac). Opticks ; or a tri'atise of light, 
also, two treatises of the species of magnitude of 
curvilinear figures. London, 1701. 4 . 4028.07 

— Principia. The mathematical priiutiples of natural 

philosoi-)hy. Tr. by A. Motte. With [his] Sys- 
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Ne-«rton (toll. John). Works. Pretixeil, Memoirs of 
his life, by R. Cecil. L., 18i',0. 8 '. . .3577.13 
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the heart : correspondence. Discourses intended for the 
pulpit. Olney sermons. View of the ecel. hist. Olney 
hymns. Poems, Messiali, etc.: sermons. Tracts : Apolo- 
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cal preparation for the ministry. Monument to the Lord's 
goodness and t'> Eliza Cunnmgham. 

Newton (John Frank). Return to nature ; or a defence of the 
vegetable regimen. London, 1821-22. 8', (Pamphleteer, 
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Ne'wrtoii (liichard, ]).D.) Nature's wonders. New 

York, 1872. 16' 3577,15 

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New York. See Countries (AVio I'vrk, p, 349). 

Niagara Falls, See Countries and places (p. 353). also Scribner'a 
mag,. Aug.. 1870. 

Nibelunge (Dor) Lied, nach dem Abdruck der Hand- 
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gegeben uml mit einem Wiirterbuch begleitet von 
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- Same. Mit Ilolzschnitten nach Zeiohnnngen 
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— Das Nibelungenlied, uebersetzt von G. O. Marbach. 

Mit Holzschnitten nach Originalzeichnungen von 
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— Der Nibeliingen Noth ; illustrirt mit Holzschnit- 

ten nach Zeichnungen von J. S. von Carolsfeld 
und E. Neureuther. Die Bearbeitung des Textes, 
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— Carlylf {T) Lay aud lameut of the Niblunga, RsBa.v. [In his 

lissays.) 2.517,12 

— LuUow {J. M.) In his Popular epifs of the middle ages. v. 1, 

1805 2722 22 

— Moiris ( IF.) Story of Sigurd tlio Volsung imil the 

fall of the Niblungs. 1877 1(;73.43 

— Rdupach {K t Nibflimgi'ii treasure : a tragedy. 

From the Germixn, with remarks. 1847. 1742. 13 

— Waijner {R. ) Der King des Nibelungen. 1876. 

\See also Fraser'B mag., July, 187C (Fable of Wagner's Nie- 
beliiugen trilogy) ; Blacliw. mag., v. *!'J, 1851. 

UTS' S" "Iso Histories of German literature (p. 708). 
Nicander Calop'ioriius. Scholia et Parapiirases. Ed. et indices 
coufecit U. Cats Busseuialier. I'jriaiis, £>«()(, ISID. 8°. 77C7.U4 

— [Theriaca. Alexipbaraiaca.] Kec ig. F. S. Lehrs. Tarisiia, 

Diilot, 1857. 8° ■ 7760.17 

Nicaragua. See Countries (.Vtmra/;Ha, p. 353). 

Nicaragua ship canal. Untied Slates. Navy dep. 

Reports of explorations and surveys, 1872-73. 

Washington. 1874. 4"" 1156.15 

Niccolini. .S'.v also Nicolini. 

Niccoliui (Uiovan Batista). Opere. v. 2. Firenze, 

1852. 12^ 7317.14 

Cort^'n?« ; Antonio Foscariui. Giovanni da Procida. Lo- 

dovico Sforza. Rosmonda d'lnghilterra. Beatrice Cenci. 

Poesie vai-ie. 

— Vdimueci ( Olio). Rieordi della vita e delle opere di 

G. B. N. V. 1. Firenze, 1866. 12^. . . 7317.13 
C'mtfnts : v. 1. Vifa e opere. Amici, critici, e nemiei, 

Teatinionianze. Notizie bibliogi-afiche. Lettere dal 1798 al 

1823. 

Niccolo do' Lapi. .^er AzegUotM. T.. marquis] 7318.05 

Nicene creed. .Vf-p Biblical aud religious lit. (Creeds, p. 83). The 

Iril is id V. 3 of Schaff's Creeds of Christendom, 1877. 3433.07 
Nicephorus. Geographia. Gr. et Lat. [In MUUer (C.) Gongr. 

(Ir, miu.. V. 2, 1835.J 770.').O4 

Nicetas Eugenianus. Drosilla et Charicles. {Gr. et Lat. In Er- 

otici Hcript., /;iV;o(, 1856.] 7764.17 

Nichol i^John Priugle). 'Cyclopaedia of the physical 

sciences. London «»(? Glasgow, 1856. 8^ 4025.01 
Same. 2d ed. L., rtnii Glasgow, 1860. 8°. 4025. 0'i 

— Planet Neptune : an exposition and history. Ed- 

inburgh, 1848. 12° 4015.32 

— Stellar universe. Edinburgh, 1848. 12°. .4016.08 

— 'rhijughts on the system of the world. Edinburgh, 

1848. 8^ 4016.20 

Same. Boston, 1818. 1-2° 4016.20a 

— Views of the architecture of the heavens. 5th ed. 

Edinburgh, 1815. Vi.' 4016.'20j 

— Gilfi'laii [G] M.id. lit.;rature, p. 207-229 2.520.12 

Nichol (Wiii.l Lilbugrapbic printing. [/« Hansard (T. C.) On 

Ijriuliiig. 1S41.] 2765,15 

Nicliolas. .V'f <ds'> Nicolas. 

Nicholas (John Liddiard). Narrative of voyage to 

Kew Zealand, 1814. 2 V. L., 1817. H'. . 1061.05 
Nicholas (Thomas). The pedigree of the English 

lioople. 2d ed. London, 1868. 8=. . . 466.26 
NichoUs (&:)■ George). History of the English poor 

law. 2v. Loudon, 1854. 8" 5818.14 

— Hist of Irish poor law. L., 1856. 8°. . . 5818.16 

— History of Scotch poor law. L., 1H56. 8'. 5818.17 
Nich'Dlls (.J. F. I Remarkable life and discoveries of 

Sebastian Cabot. London, 1860. 1'2'^. . 3026.29 
NiclioUs (.John). Rei;ollections and reflections, as 

connected with public affairs, during the reign 

of George in. 'id cd. 2 v. L., 1822. 8". 3131.19 
Nichols. .Vv nisn Nicholl ;— Nicholls :— Nicol. 
Nichols |l'i'aiicisMurg;ui), On feudal and obligatory knighthood. 

|/" ArchjEOlogia. v. ;t'J. 1803.1 5r2H.— 

Nichols ((ieorge Ward). Art education applied to 

iuilustry. New York. 1877. 8'. ... 1415.'20 

- Pottery : how it is made ; its shape and decora- 

tion ; with bibliography. N. Y., 1878. 1'2°. 1454.14 

— Story of [Shermaii'sJ great march. New York, 

1865. 12"' C12.07 

Nichols (Ichabod, II. I).) Hours with the Evangelists. 

'.; V. Boston, l,S6il-(;7. 8' 3746.18 

Nichols (.Tames 11,, Ml).) Fireside science; popu- 
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- Illustrations of the liti-r.irv history of the 18th '<ii~ 

tury. V. 1-6; v. 7-8, by John 'liowyer Nicliols. 
8 V. London, 1851-58. 8'. . . . '. . 2713.10 
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Nichols (.Tohn Gough). Grants, lic.., from the crown 
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— Supplementary note to the discovery of the Jesuits c<)llege at 

Olerkenwell. London. I'mmlfn miscel., v. 4. 1859. 4'. I>l 13.27 

— and Bruce (.1.) Wills from doctors commons, 

1495-169.5. L., Camden, soc, 1863. l^ . 5113.37 

Nichols (.loseph llulbert). Discourse on genius. New York, 

1833. 8" 2535.31 

Nichols ( Mrs. M. S. G. ) A woman's work in water- 
cure and sanitary education. 2d ed. Lomlon, 
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Nichols (Thomas). Handv-book of the British Mu- 
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Nichols (Thomas L. ) A biography of the brothers 
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— Forty years of American life. 2 v. L.,18C4 8 . 1073.21 

— Supramundane facts in the life of Rev. .1. B. Fer- 

guson, including twenty years' observation of 
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— Woman in all ages and nations. New Y'ork, 1849. 

12" 58-23.06 

Nicholson (H. AUyne) Ancient life history of the 
earth : outline of palosontological science. Edin- 
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— Introd. to biology. Edinburgh, 1872. H\ . 4713.04 

— Manual of palfeontology. Edin., 1872. 8'. 47-.i5.07 

— Manual of zoology. 2 v. L., 1870-71. 1-2°. 4737.07 

V. 1. Invertebrate animals. 2 Vertebrate animals. 

— Text-book of geology. New York, 1872. 12. 4111.31 
Nicholson (James B. ) Manual of the art of book- 
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Nicholson ( Peter). Carpenter's new guide. 7th ed. 

London, 1819. 4° 1316.20 

Nicholson (Wm. ) Introduction to natural philoso- 

l)hy. New ed. 2 v. Phila., 1793-95. 12 '. 40-25.11 
Nicholson (Wm. K.. bishop). Prie.sthood of the church of God, a 

sermon. .July, 12. 1876. Philadelphia. 1870. 8'. . . 3,587.29 

— Keason-s why I became a reformetl episcopalian. Philadelphia, 

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Nicknames. Disraeli {I.} Curiosities of lit., v. 3. 18.58. .2762.05 
Nicol (.lamesi. Elements of mineralogy. 2d ed. 

Edinburgh, 1873. 8" '.' . 4113.05 

Nicolas (Auguste). Etudes phiiosophiijues sur le 

christianisme. 4 v. Paris, 1815. 8°. . 3577.17 
Nicolas (Michel). Le symbols des apotres : essai 

historique. Paris, 1867. 8' 3577.21 

Nicolas ( Sir Nicholas Harris). Chronology of history. 

London, 1851. 16^ [Ii. C. C] . ' ". . 412.07 

— Cynosure ; passages from distinguished writers. 

'London, 1837. i8° 6212.17 

— Historic peerage of England. New ed. of the ' Syn- 

opsis of the peerage of England.' Revised by W. 
Courthope. London, 1857. 8=' 6614.19 

— - History of the battle of Aginconrt, and exped. of 

Heni-yv. London, 1827. 12° 452.03 

— History of the "orders of knighthooil of the British 

empire. 4 v. London, 1842. 4 . . . . 6617.01 

— Histoiy of the royal navy. [To 1422.] 2 v. Lon- 

don,' 1847. 8°. ". . . " 494.05 

— Life of Chaucer, [/n C's Poet, works, v. 1, 1845.] . .1011.08 

— Life of W. Davison, secretary of state tn queen 

Elizabeth. London. 1823. 8"° 3047.02 

— Life and times of Sir Christopher Hatton. Lon- 

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— Memoir of H. K. White. [In VT.'^ Poet, works, 18,53.] . 1693.01 

— Mem. of J. Ritson. [In R.s Letters, v. 1. 1S33.] . . 31.53.10 

— Mem. of J. Thomson. |/«T.'s Poet, works, v. 1, 1854.] 1093.20 

— Memoirs and remains of Lady Jane Grey. London, 

1832. 12° 3073.07 

- Notitia historii^a : containing t.ibles, calendars, and 

miscellaneous information Inr the- use of histori- 
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tlio earls, bari)iis, and kiiij,'Uts, who woi'e pres- 

cut ; with tKiiisl., history of tho civstlo, ivud mo- 

luoirs. Louduu, 1828. -i' 488. KJ 

Nicolas (1'. 11.) N:iv;d iiud military licrocs of Great 

ISritaiii. London, 18(JU. 8' 3223.(M 

Nicolas. iV'v: ahii Nicholas. 

Nicole ( Pierre), ('hoix lU^ jicnsc'es. Paris, 1817. Iti'. 

NicoUet (I. N.I Kijiort l<> illustrate a map of tlio 

hydroj^'raphieal basin of the np|ier MissiMsip|ii. 

WasUiiii,'ton. 181:1. 8' 1131.27 

Nlcoliiii. iScr ntsu Niccolini. 

Nicoliui (G. B. ) Hist, of tho Jesuits. London, IS.'i I. 

P2' S-VICAM 

Nicoliui (Oiuseppei. Poesie. Fireuze, 18(;(). 12'. 7317.12 
Nicolo (.\ntonioi. Ten year.s' iiuprisonmenl in the 

dungeons of Naples. * Loudon, 18l!l. 1(1'. 3134.0'.) 
Nicoii. patriarch itj Russian citurth, b. 1005, (f. IIJSI. .V'V Palmer 

(Wiu.) Tho patriui'ch [NicoiiJ auil tho tsar. C v. . 3i>S;i.-.il 
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— Lectures on ancient ethnography and geography. 

Tr. by L. Sehmitz. 2 v. B., 18G4. 8°. .425.13 

— Lectures on ancient liistory, to taking of Alexandria 

by Octavianus. Tr. by L. Schmitz. 3 v. Phil- 
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ern empire, a.d 175]. Tr. by H. Le M. Chep- 
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Niebuhr (OarKteu). *Travel8 iu Ar.ibia, 17(J2. [In Pinkerton. 

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Niel (Adolphe, Fr. geti^ral). .S'ee Beiitley's luiBcel., v. 4y, 18G1. 

Niello. S<:e Fine arts {Enijraving, p 542). 

Nieiueyer (Felix von). Clinical lectures on pulmona- 
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— Symptomatic treatment of cholera. Tr. by P. W. La- 

tham. Cambridge, (Eiuj.), 1872. 12°. . 4314.07 

— Text-book of practical medicine. Tr. by G. H. 

Humphreys and C. E. Hackley. 2 v. New York, 
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Nieremberg (Juan Eiiaebio). Difereucia entre lo temporal y 
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Niernsee (.lolin U.) Report ou coustruction and eiubelliehnieiit 
of private dwellings iu Vienna. [U. S. 0"in. to Int. ixhib. in 
Vienna, 1873. Eeports, v, 4, 1873.] 3910.13 

Nieulioff (.fan). 'Embassy to the emperour of China 
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Niger. .SV-.- Countries, He. {Niger, p. 352). 

Niger flora. Ste Hooker (W. J) 1849 4914.11 

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Night side oluature. ,SVc Crowe (C.) 1855 3815.17 

Night thoughts, are Young (lidward). Poems. 

Night Willi the Yankees. .Vcc Macmillan (A.) 1868. . .1125 18 

Nightingale (Florence). Notes on nvirsiug. New 

York, IStJO. 12 4322.11 

— Sub-noto of interrogation. [Fraa. mag.. July, 1873.] 
Nightingale (Josejih). English tojiograpby : coun- 
ties of England and Wales. With a map of each 
county. Loudon, 18 IU. 4' OSli. 13 

— Memoirs of queen Caroline. 3 v. L.,1820. 8. 3032.18 
Nightingales. Barker [E. II.) I.s the nightingale the herald of 

day as well as tho ineBsongor of spring ? [In Class, jour- 
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AVe aim New monthly, May, Juno, 1800 (Nightiugalo 
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Nile boat (The). .SVcIiartlctt (W. II.) 1850 1(170.20 

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friends of domestic industry, New Yoi-k, 1831. 

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proceedings, (■(.•. Baltimore. 1X22. 1.8". 578.07 
Niles (John Milmon). Life of Oliver Hazard Peny. 

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Niles {!{• •-'. Will. A.) Our i-oiiutry's pt-rit and hope ; serinon, 

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Nimrod of the Bi^a, .V..- Davis (W. M.) 1H74 933.19 

Nitnrod's lour ill Soutlaiid. .Vr Appcrley (IJ. J.) 18^)8.. 955.02 

Nine po.ni« by V. .v.. ■ Olive (U.) 18.'>0 1033.08 

Nineteen beautiful years ; a girl's life, liy her sister. 

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Nineteen iiiontliM a iirisoner of war. .SVe Sabre (O. E.) , C43.2i) 
Niobe. .V,.,' ,)oiiriial of spec, pliilus., v. 9, 1875, p. 142-170 {Niobo 

t;roiii). by 'I*. I>.iviils(.n|. 
Niphon and I'eilioh. .s-,v Fonblanque (E. H. de). 1802. 1022.17 
Nirvana. .SVf Biblical and religions lit. {liiubtliism, p. 79). 
Nisard (.feiin Marie Na]iolt-on Desire i. Collection des 

auteurs latins, avec la traduction en fraucais. 

27 V. I'aris, ISGO-G'J. 8'. 

Contents, 
Agrononies latins : Oato. Varro. Columella. Pallailius. 

I>i04 7725.01 

AinmianuH MarrelliiiiiH. Jornaudius. Frontinus. Vege- 

tins. Modestils. 1809 7725.02 

Celsus. Vitruvins. Ceiisorinus. Froutiuus. 1800. 7725.03 

Cicero. 5 v. 1809 7725.04 

Uoratius. Juvenal. Persius. Sulpicia. Tiiruus. Catnl- 

Ins. Propertius. Galliis. Maxitnus. Tibullus. PhiediuH. 

Publius Syrus. 1869 7725.09 

Livius. 2 v. 1804 7720.00 

Lucanus. Silius Italicus. Glaudiauus. 1802. , . 7725.10 
Lucretius. Virgiliim. Valerius I-l.icrus 1808. . . 7725.11 
fllacriibiuB. \'arro. Poniponius ^lela. 1803. . . . 7725.12 
Nepos. Qiiintus Curtius. Justiuus. Julius ubsequens. 

1864 772.5.1,1 

Ovidius. 1869 7725.14 

Petronius. ApuleiuB. Aulus Gelliua. 1800. . . . 7725.15 

Plinius. 2 V. 1865 7725.16 

Qiiintiliauus. Plinius .Secuudus. 180O 7725.18 

Sallustius. Julius CsDsar. Velleius Paterculus. Floriia. 

1861 7725.19 

Seueca. Opera philosophica 7726.00 

Statins. Martial. Maniliiis. Lucilius Junior. Rutiliua. 

Gratius Faliscua. NemeBiauua. Calpuruius. 1808. 7726.01 
Suetonius. HiBtori.'te Angustie scriptores— Spartianus, Capi- 

toliuus, VulcatiuB Gallicauus. E. Lauipridius, Trebellius 

Pollio, FlaviuB Vopiscus. Eutropiua. Sextus Uufus. 

1865 7726.02 

Tacitus. 1809 7720.03 

TertulliauuB, Apologeticus. Angustinus, De civitate Dei. 

1862 7720.0* 

Theatrum : Plautus, Tereutius. Seneca. 1866. . . 7726.05 

Nisard ^Marie Edouard Charles). Des chanson.s popu- 
laires chez les anciens et chez les Fran(;ais : essai 
hist, suivio d'une etude sur la chanson des rues 
contemporaine. 2 v. Paris, 18(J7. 12^. . 7047.25 

— Histoire de la littiirature frantjaise. 4e e'd. 4 v. 

Paris, 1867. 12° 2733.12 

— Histoire des livres jiopulaires ou de la litterature 

du coliiortage. 2e lid. 2 v. P., 1861. 12^ 2741. 00 

Nitzsch (Karl Imman). System of christian doc- 
trine. Edinburgh, 18)9. 8° 3577.25 

Nitzsch (Chr. L. ) Pterylography. From the Ger- 
man. Ed. by P. L. Schlater. London, itej/ soo. , 
1807 4749.10 

Nineveh. See Countries {Nineveh, p. 353). 

Nipisaguit. See Countries, ete. {Nipisaejuit, p. 353). 

Nisi prius. See Law (.Visj j>riu5, p. 689). 

Nitre. ttare[ly.) Kxplosiveuess of. /u 3937.02 

Nizami, (/'.r.iiViu ;»«(. 1100 11801. Tales and fables. Tr by Sir 
W. Jones. [In J.'s Works, v. 4, 1807.] 5046.04 

— Baclier ( W. ) Memoir of the life and writings of Ni- 

zami, and analysis of the second part of his .\lex- 
ander-book. From the German. 1873. 1674.25 
Njals saga. Story of Burnt Njal, or life iu Iceland, 
10th century. From thelcehiudic, by G. W. Da- 
sent. 2 V. " Edinburgh, 1861, 8 \ . . 145.26 
No love lost : a romance. .V' c Howells (W. D.) 18G9. .1061.18 
No name series. .SV'; Fiction (p. 5iiH). 

No seels lu heaven. .<f.c Cleveland .l/rs. E. H J.) 1869. 1632.2tt 
No sex ill education. .SVc Duffy ( l/i s. E. U. ) 1874. . ..5514.30 
No.id (Henry M. ) Student's te.vt-book of electricity. 

London, 1867. 8 4027.30 

Noah. (ilinsli',i,U,/..U.) N. and his times. I'^Sl. 3581.05 

Noah : |a pociii]. .^ee Bodmer (J. J.) 2 v. 1767. . . . 1622.22 

Noah 1 .Mordecai Manuel ). Gleanings from a gathered 

harvest. New York, 1845. 16°. . . .2537.29 



la asking tor books, uao tUo " Book Order," giviug tho AUTHOR'S NAME, tho first part of tlio TITLE, and tho NU-UBEB, 



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Noailles (Aunc Paulo Doniiinine, biiniiuu: iZc, mcmiuiae 
de Mi>idtiiiii). Memoirs of tlio iiiurquiKc! ile Mon- 
tagu. ['17GG-183!). By Augiislo Gallot.] Lou- 
don, 1870. 12° 3121.27 

Nubbos (Uobert). Comploto troUor. [(KiWi Best (T.) Art, cte.) 

Nobility. 

— Luddijsmi ( W. F.) Dissert, on tlie hist, of heredi- 

tary dlKuitics. IHf/,) CGlC.ai 

— Lawrcua: {Sir J.) On the uobility of tlio Itritiab gentry. 1824. 

[In Pamphleteer, v. 23.] 6U58.2J 

iPtf- -S"- als'i Aristocracy (p. 35) ;— Heraldry (p. GIG) ;— 
Government {Aristucracy, p. 584);— Peerage. 

Noble (John). Tho queen's taxos. L., 1870. 8". 5910.22 

Noble (/if p. Louis Lcgraud). After icebergs with a 

painter : a summer voyage to Labrador. New 

York, 1861. 12'" 1143.03 

— Course of empire, voyage of life and other pictures 

of Thomas Cole. With letters, etc. New York, 
1853. 12° 3042.14 

— Life and works of Thomas Cole. New York, 185G. 

12^ 3042.13 

Noble (Mark). Lives of the English regicides. 2 v. 
London, 1798. H" 3134.11 

— Memoirs of the protectoral house of Cromwell, and 

of persons allied. 2 v. London, 1787. 8°. 304.''). 12 
Noble (R. P.) Guide to water colour painting. 14th 

ed. London, [n.c/.] 12° 1471.27 

Noble (Samuel). Appeal in behalf of doctrines lield 

by the New Church. N. Y., 1851. 18°. . 3590.12 

— Important doctrines of the true christian religion. 

lutrod. by G. Bush. N. Y., 1848. 8°. . 3590.13 

— Plenary iuspiration of the Scriptures asserted. 

Cincinnati, 1839. 12° 3596.14 

Noble deeds of American woraou. .St'c'Clement (J.) 1851. 5822.10 

Noble mottoes. See Bruce (C.) . 0214.38 

Noctes auibrusiaiiaj. .SV-' Wilson (John) 25tt;.01 ; OG 

Nodier (Jean Charles Emanuel). Bonaventure Des- 

periers. Cirauo de Bergerac. P. ,1841.12°. 3051.13 

— Contes. 3o ed. Paris, [h-i'-] l'-^'^- • • -7047.30 

Confen^ ; La fee aux miottes. Lesonged'or. Lalegeude 
de la sceur Beatrix. 

Same. Derniere serie. 2e ed. P.,[?).'/.]12 '. 71147.31 

Confenls : Trilby. Inea de las Sierras. Smarra. La 
neuvaiue de la clianileleur. Baptiste Moutanbau. 

— Des materiaux dont Kabelais s'est servi pour son 

ouvrage. Paris, 1835. 8° 3147.24 

— Nouvelles : suivies des fantaisics du de'riseur sense. 

Nouv. ed. Paris, 1805. 16° 7017.32 

— Romans. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1862. 12°. . 7047.33 

Contents : Jean .Shngar. Le peintre de SaUzl)oilrg, Les 
meditations du clnitre. Adele. Therese. Aubert. 
Noel ( Bai^tist W. ) Essay on the union of church and 
state. 2d ed. Loudon, 1849. 8°. . . . 3577.22 
Noel (Eugene). Voltaire. Paris, 185.5. 12°. . 3175.24 
Noel (Hon.. Roden). Beatrice, [a poem]. Philadel- 
phia, 1809. 21°. . . . 1074.18 

— Behind the veil ; and other poems. London, 1HG3. 

16° 1674.19 

— Syrian travel, and Syrian tribes. [In Gallon (F.) Vacation 

tuuristH, IHGO.] 92.5.11 

Nohl (Luilwig, ed.) Letters of distinguished musi- 
cians. From the German, by lady Wallace. Lon- 
don, 1807. 8" 156-2.02 

Noir (Louis). Le roi des chemins. P.,18G7.10°.7047.27 
Nojoque ; a question for a continent. See Helper (H.R.) 5831.22 
Nolau (Frederick). Egyptian chronology analysed. 

London, 1848. 8° 1070.21 

Noll (H. R, ) Botanical class-book and ilora of Penn- 
sylvania. Lewisburg, (Ph.), 18.52. 12°. . 4911.06 
Nolte (Vincent). l''ifty years in both hemispheres. 
From the German. New York, 18.54. 12°. 3134.14 
Nomisma ; or li-gal tt:iider. .See Cernuschi (H.) . . . ,'>931.20 
Nonconformists .See Biblical and cccl. lit. [Dinsenters, p. 84). 
Nonjurors. .V"^ Biblical and (.eel. lit. (p. 04) ; also Hunt {J.) Ro- 
ligi'iUB tlioujiht in England, v. 2. 1S7I ; p. C7-88. . 344.'). 18 
Nonsense Hoiigs, utorica, f(c. .SVe Lear (E.) 1871. . . 6212.20 
Nonville {^fartjuis de). Eipoditiou .against the Sonecas. 1G87. 
Tr. l)y (). II. Marshall. [In N. Y. hist. soc. Coll., 2d 8.. v. 

2. l»4'.l.| Gl.5.07 

Nooks and cculicirs of English life. .V'f Timbs (.Tolin). 1807. 472.10 
Nooks and iin-ners in olil Eranci^ .V.' ■ Musgrave (G.) 1307. 9G2. 10 
Nooks and cnruors of the New Euglantl coast. See Drake (S. A.) 

:k75 1134.25 

Nord^n (John). Speculi Britannia) pars ; descrip- 
tion of the county of Essex, 1594 ; ed. by Sir H. 
Ellis. London, Camden soc. , IHiO. 4°. . 5112.09 



— Progress of piety. Cambridge, (firy. ), I'arlcer soc, 

1847. 10° 3037.01 

— Notes on London and Westminster in 15'J2. [In Rye (W. U.) 

England as seen by foreigners.) 47.'*, 14 

Nordheimer (Isaac). See New l':nglander, July, 1874 (Keminis- 

lensos of Dr. I. N.. by 11. Neill). 
Nordhoff (Charles). California; for health, pleasure, 

and residence. Now York, 1872. sm. 4°. 1125.22 

— Cape Cod and all along shore. N.Y.,I8G.S.12'. 233.43 

— Communistic societies of United .States. [With a 

bibliography.] New York, 1875. 8". . . 5812.16 

— The cotton states in the spring and suminerof 1875. 

New York, 1870. 8' 11,34.2(> 

— Northern California, Oregon, iiml the Saud\vi(di Is- 

lands. New York, 1874. 8' 112,5.25 

— Politics for young Americans. N.Y., 1875.12°. 5732.08 

— Secession is rebellion I New York, 18GU. 8' 5002.02 

— Whaling and fishing. Cincinnati, 1850. 16'. 921.12 
Norfolk (ll<-nry Uuward, (/«/« of). *V(.'« Howard (Henry, duhe. oj 

A-ar/nlk) 3014.20 

Norfolk Island. .See Countries (Norjolk Islaml. \i. 3,'»3). 
Norfolk. Va. (Howard aBS*»ciation ol). Iteport to all who gave 

aid in behalf of the sufl'ercrs from the yellow fever, 1857. 

»' 695.00 

Norfolk and Norwich Hospital museum. .See Crosse (J. G., Af.V.) 

Address 6093.10 

Norge. 'Fremstillet i Tegninger. Texten af P. C. 

Asljjiirnsen. Udjivet af C. Tonsberg. Christi- 

auia, 1848. 4' 990.05 

Noriac (Jules). La vie en detail. Le lOlme ri'gi- 

ment. Paris, 1809. 12° 7032.05 

— La betise humaine : Eusebe Martin. Nouv. ed. 

Paris, 1801. 12° 7032.06 

— Journal d'un flaneur. Paris, 186.5. 12°. . 7032.04 

— Mademoiselle Poucet. 2e ed. P., 1866. 12°. 7032.03 

— Memoires d'un baiser. 3e ed. P., 1801. 12°. 7032.01 

— Sur le rail. Paris, 1803. 12° 7032.02 

Normal (The). .Str Holbrook (A.) 5515 27 

Norman (C. B. ) Armenia and the campaign of 1877. 

London, 1878. 8° 552.22 

Noiinau (Lucia). Youth's history of California. San 
Francisco, 1807. 10° 591.20 

Normaud (Louis Marie). Paris moderne. 1-2 ptie. 

Paris, 1843. fol 1317.09 

Contents : 1. Choix do maisons de la rapitale et de ses en- 
virons. 2. Edifices d'utilite jmbiique de second ordre. 

Normandy. .S'"' Countries {Nortnawty, p. 353). 

Normandy (A.) Commercial hand-book of chemical 
analysis. 2d ed. London, 1865. 12 . . 4216.37 

Normans. See Countries {Normaiuly, p. 353). 

Norris (Edwin). The ancient Cornish drama. 2 v. 
Oxford, 1859. 8° 1733.31 

Norris (John). Account of reason and faith. Lon- 
don, 1097. 8° 3577.26 

— Locke {J ) Remarks upon sonie of Mr. Norris's books. [Inhis 

Works, V. 10, 1823.] 6052.10 

Norris (Maria). Life and times of madame de Stael. 

London, 1853. 8° 3165.07 

Norris (Thaddeus). American angler's book. Phila- 
delphia, 1864. 8° 4616.27 

— American fish culture. Phila., 1808. 12^ 4820.30 
Norris papers ; ed. by T. Heywood. Loudon, 1846. 4'. [In Chet- 

ham soc.. v. 9.] 5094.09 

Norse f'dk. .See Brace (C. L ) 1857 991.04 

Norse language. .See Language [Icelandic, p. 679). 

Norse literature. .See Literature [Icelandic, p. 709). 

Norse mythology. Se ■ Mythology [.\vrse, p. 802). 

Norsemen. See Countries [.SeanifivniHa, p. 3C6). 

North (Christopher), pseud. See Wilson (John). 

North (Frederick, 2d earl of GiUtford). Speeches, selected. In 

Beauties and deforniities of Fox, North, anil Burke, etc. 

1784 6321.24 

North (I. W.) A week in the Isles of Scilly. Lon- 
don, 1850. 8° 9.'')5.15 

North (Oliver). Practical ass.ayer. L.,1874.12°.3'.I33.60 
North (Roger). Lives of Francis North, Sir Dudley 

North, jiud the Ri!v. Dr. John North. New ed. 

3 V. London, ]82(!. 8° 3134.10 

North (Simeon). The college system of education : discourse 

on his inauguration as president of [Hamilton] (college. 

Utic!>, 1839. 8' 5093.23 

North America. *SVe Countries [America, p. 288 ;— United .States, 

p. 376). 
North American pamphlet on South American affjiirs. London, 

1818.8°. [/ii Pamphleteer, V. 13.] 5058.13 

North Americail review, v. 1-127. May, 1815-1878. 

8° 8143.01 

— Index to v. 1-25, [1815-27]. B., 1829. 8°. . 

— Index to v. 1-125, 1815-77. 1. Index of subjects. 



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821 



2. Index ol' writi'i's. l!y W. Cu.sUint^. (iumliriilt^i-, 
187S. S" 

Nortli British review, v. 1-53, Miiy, IMII Jhii, 1871. 
E.linburgh, lSll-71. 8" Slli'J.OI 

North Briton (I'lie) [T.y J. Wilkes. 4(i uos.] 2 v. 
Lon.lon, 17(;3. ir," r.711.01 

North Carolina. AVc Countries (Xin-lk ('aniUna. p. U.'jli;. 

North cast, au.l ulliur l">i3"i« A'"' Buchanan (11.) 1808. 1023.22 

North Sea. .SV.' Countries {.Vorlli .v.n. p. ;i.'i4). 

North sea iiilcit. I't. 1- . L.. IS7(;- .8°.. '.(00.20 
VonleiUs - Pt. 1. Hliutlauil ami Orliiiuys. 2il eel. 

North Star (Cniisu of tUo). .S'.v Choules (J. O.) 1854. . 904.05 

Northall (VV. K. ) Life ami recollectiou of Yankee 
Hill. New York, 18.50. 12° 3081.18 

Northbrooke (John). Treatise against dii^ing, danc- 
ing, plays, elr. Introd. [by J. P. (!ollier]. Lon- 
don, Siiik. sue, 1843. 8'" 17r,(;.M 

Northcote (.James). Life of Titian. 2 v. London, 

IS.m 8' 3173.0.". 

#6* For lives oC Northi'oto, »>■'■ Biography (p. 183) ; also 
Fortu. rev.. June. 1870 (article by J. T. liuiiee ). 

Northcote (T. Spencer). Celebrated sauctuariiiS of 
the Madonna. London, 1S(18. 8'. . . 3-116. 1(! 

— (iwi Brownlow (W. II.) Uoma Sotterrauea. AVc Rossi (G. B. 

lie) ;)416.18 

Northeast passaRe. .SV-- Countries, etc. [Nurltieasl pusnag''. p. :{53). 
Northeud (Charles). Book of epitaphs. New i'ork, 

1873. 12' C215.18 

^ The young declaimer : poetry, prose, and dialogue. 

Now York, 1872. 16° (;i31.02 

— Biugr. sketch of W. H. Wells. [Uepr. from liariiard's Amer. 

ji)ur. of Biliicatioli, June. 1800. 1 3031.06 

Northern antiquities. .V.v Mallet (P. U.) 1847. . . . 542.08 
Northern travel. See Taylor (J. Uayaril). 1858. .... 901.02 
Northern worthies. See Coleridge (H.) 3 v. . ' . . . 3203.07 
Northmen in America. >See Countries {America, 4. Dtscivery by 

III,' XuiUimcn, p. 288). 
Northmen in Europe. A'ee Countries (Scandinavia, p. 300). 
Northnagel l nermann). Aufemia. liyper.xMuia. hemorrhage. throm- 
bosis, and embolism of tlie brain, [/a Ziemssen. Cyelo- 

p.mli.x. v. 12, 1877.) 4358 12 

— -Epilepsy. Eclampsia. [/» Ziemssen(U. von). Cyei. of meil.. 

v. 14, 1877.) 4358.14 

Northrop (Birdseye Grant). Education abroad, and 

other papers. New York, 1873. 8". . .5518.(18 

Northumberland and the Bonier. .Ve White (Walter). 18.''>9.962.20 

Northwest. -SVe Countries (United .Stales. IVesl, and Far ire*' 

p. 381;. 
Northwest passage. ,See Countries {Xortkivest passaye, p. 354). 
NortDii (A. Banning). History of Knox county, Ohio. 
1779-1862. Columbus, 1862. 8°. . . . 612.16 
Norton (Andrews). Internal evidences of genuine- 
ness of the gospel. Boston, 1856. 8°. .37-16.08 

— Discourse on the latest form of infidelity. Cambridge, 1839. 

8' 3578.22 

Nole. — For reply see Ripley (George). 

— Remarks on a pamphlet entitled • The latest form of infi- 

delity " e.xamiued. Cambridge. 1839. 8" 3578.22 

— Translation of the gospels. With notes. 2 v. 

Boston, 1856. 8' 37-16.06 

Oinlents : v. 1. Text. 2. Notes. 
Norton (Huh. Mrs. Caroline Elizabeth Siu-ah Sheridan, 
afterwunln hull/ .Sth-lbiii-.Mit.cwell). The dream, and 
other poems. New York, 1855. 12". . . 1674.06 

— Lady of La Garaye. New York, 1864. 16^ 1674.07 

Note. — Reviewed in Eil, rev., v. 115, 1802. 

— The undying one, and other poems. New Y'ork, 

1854. ^2^ 1674.08 

See notice of Mrs. N. in New monthly, v. 31, 1831 (with 

portrait) ; ato Temple Bar, Jan., 1S78 
jBCtf" For her novels, see Fiction class-list (p. 508). 
Nortoii (Charles E. ) Notes of travel and study in 

Italy. Boston, 1860. 16° 971.05 

— Recent social theories, [nnmi.^, B.,1853. 16°. 5812.03 

.'V'fi^e. — For his numerous articles in N. A. rev., and Atlau- 
tic monthly, amstlU their index volwnes. 

Norton (Gliarli-s L.) American seaside resorts. New 
York, 1871. 16' 1112.29 

— and Habberton (John). Canoeing in Kanuckia. 

Ilecorded by the commodore and the cook. New 
York, 1878. 12° 1151.18 

Nortoii (Edward). National finance and currency : 
thc! bank acts of 1797, 1819, and 1811, with the 
o|)eration of gain or loss of gold, and j.auics in 
peace lUid war. 2d ed. L., 1867. 8". . 5916.11 

Norton (Thomas) divl Sackville (Thomas). Tragedy 
of Gordobuc. With introd. by W. D. Cooper. 
London, .SVmfc. soc, 1817. 8° 1756.34 



Norton's Hand book to Europe. .S'<i; Siddons (J. 11.) 1800. 911.11 
Norway. .See Countries {Norway, p. 354). 

Norway, {Main.). .S.e Countries, rtr. {,\ormiy. Maine, p. 361). 
Norwich, {t'onn.) ,S',-.- Countries, 'fc-. {.\'nwiiii, p. 3.54). 
Norwood l'V(.) Voyage to Virgiliia. (/« Force (P.) Tracts, v. 

3,1830.1 677.1U 

Nose. 'Vee Medicine {liespiraUfry oryans,-p.1ti'A]. 

Noses. 

— Coizrm {!'. S.) Lengih of noses. {In his Hayings of Dr. Bush- 

wuckcr. 1807 ; p. 102-109.1 2.521. 1'i 

— Math.'ws {\V .] y« /(t,v Gnat cfuiversers, f(c 2530 05 

— - Warwick ( K ), psejid. fur (ir(ir(ic ,/iihrt. Nasology : 

or, classification of noses. 18-18. . . . 5432.08 
.See also lieiitli-y's iiiisc(-l., ,Iuly, 1811 (An apology I'ornoBCU, 
by C. llarveyi ; liintlcy'.-i njiscc-l.. V. 50, 1801. 
Qif .See also Physiognomy. 

Nostradamus (Michel). Nostradamus, jjar E. Ba- 
restc. 1. Vii! de N. 2. Histoire des oradoK et 
des proj.hetes. 3. Centuries. 4. Explication. 

2o cd. Paris, 1810. 8' 3813.31 

,SV,- als't Temple bar. .\pl.. 1874 (Nostradamus). 

Not Paul but .Jesus. .V.,- Benlham (.1.) 1823 3521.15 

Nota (Alberto). .See Plays {.ttjihahetieal arrangement by anthors). 

Notabilia : or curious and amusing facts. .See Timbs (,J.) 
1872 0210.31 

Notabilities iuFrauceaiKl England. .SVe ChasleslP.) 18.53 954.08 

Notes on the papers relative to tlie internal state of the country, 
recently presented to Parliauieut ; appended a reply to F. 
Philips. \amn.\ London, 182U. 8'' In 5721.U5 

Notes and queries : a medium of inter-communica- 
tion between literary men, antiquaries, etc. Nov., 
1849 -June, 1878. Series 1-5. 57 v. London, 
1850-78. sm. 4° 8151.01 

Same. (Jeneral index. 4 v. L.,185(;-74.sm.4°. 

Note. — Each series of 12 v. has its separate Index vol. 

— Choice notes from N. and Q. Folk lore. Londcm, 

1859. 16° 2521.03 

-Same. History. London, 18,58. 16°. .2521.04 

— Milledulcia : selected from N. and Q. New York, 

1857. sq. 8" 2,535.14 

Notes of thought. .See Buxton (C.) 1873 2514-29 

Nothing (Essay on). .SVc Arnot (H.) 1777 3514,10 

Nothing to eat. New York, 1857. 12°. . . . 1(371.09 
Nothing to .say. .SV.- Thompson (Mortimer M.) 1857. .1093.19 

Nothing to wear. .SVc Butler (W. A.) 1H.57 16-24.11 

Notions of the Americans. See Cooper (J. F.) 2 v. 1828. 1074.07 
Notley (E. A.) Comparative grammar of the French, 
Italian, .Spanish, and Portuguese languages. Lon- 
don, 1868. obi. 18° 6111.03 

Notman(W. ) ♦Portraits of British Americans. With 
biographical sketches, by F. Taylor. Montreal, 

18(;5-(;8. 8° 32:^6.20 

Notre Dame do I'aris. See article in Atlantic mo., v. 22. 1808 
{art. by E. Beuson) ; also Victor Uugo'a Hunchback of 
Notre Darue [214.51]. 

Nott (Elii)halet). Lectures on temper.ance. New 
York, 1857. 12° 5834.04 

— The resurrection of Christ. With introil. ami 

notes, by T. Lewis. N. ¥., 1872. 12. . 3577.23 

— Van .Santroord (('. ) Memoirs of Eliphalet Nott, 

presiilent of Union college. With contribution 

by T.ayler Lewis. 1876 3134.23 

Nott (Josiah Clark). Physical history of the Jewish 
race. Charleston, (.S. ('.), 1,S50. 8^ . . 4736.01 

— Negro life iusurance. [In De Bow (J. D. B.) ludustrial re- 

sources, etc., v. 2, p. 292-3113, 1852| 5925.26 

— Two lectures on the eonnectiim between the bibli- 

cal and physical history of man. New York, 
1849. 8° 4736.03 

— Unity or plurality of races. [In Gobineau (J. A. de). Moral 

diversity of races, 1850.) 4733.15 

— Value of life in the South. [In De Bow (.1. D. B.) Industrial 

resources, etc., v. 3, 1853 : p. 83-92] 59-25.27 

— and Gliddon (G. E.) Types of mankind : or eth- 

nological researches ; illustr.ited by selections 
from the papers of S. G. Jlorton, and by i-ontrib. 
from L. Agassiz, W. Usher, and H. S. Patterson. 
8th ed. Philadelphia, 18.V.). 8°. . . . 4736.0! 

— Indigenous races of the earth, incl. monographs on 

special departments, by A. Maury, P. Pulszky, 

and J. A. Mi-igs. Witli comiiHinications from 

J. Leidy and L. Agassiz. Pliila., Ii57. 8'. 4736.02 
Nott (S.amuel, />./>.) Sixtietli anniversary sermon, 

Franklin, 1842. Norwich. 1812. 8°. . . 3631.09 
Nourjahad. histoire orientale. [In Cabinet des fees, v. 33, 

1780.] 70.52..T3 

Nounisou (Jean Felix). Tableau des progres de la 

pensee humaine depuis Thales jusqu'iv Hegel. 

4e ed. Paris, 1867. 16°. 5425.08 



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NouTeanxcontCBilGfHPB. [hi Cabinet ilea leos. v. 31, 17HG.J 7(152,31 
Nouvelle Uaoiso. Sa Rousseau (J. J.) 7033.(),'j 

Nouvelle Madeleine. Par rauteur <lu Eomaii dune 

femme laide. Paris, 18li'2, Vi". . . . 702(1.28 

Nouvelles annules de matUumiiticiues. 20 v. in III. 

Paris, ISll-dl. 8° 4(1(11.111 

Same. 2e Kerie. v. 1-2, Paris, 18G2-3, 8^'. 4iml.l7 

NouTellettes of tbo iim8ii;iaus. .S'.e EUct (Mis. E. F.) . 1001. •,!3 

Nova Scotia. Sfe Countries (.Ywivi floiliu, i>. 354). 

Novalis. pseiul. »r Hardenberg (F. L. vou) ; aim Hagenbach 

(K. R.) Genuau ratiuiiaiisin. lati.l 3.'>.5G.U.'> 

NovanglusaudMassacliusottousis. .sr.c Adams (.1.) . . 6013 W 
Norara (Fiigatfl »-e Scherzer (II.) (..'iri-uuiuavigaliou of Ibo 

Kli'bo. ek-.. 1857 59 935.0J 

Novalianus. WriliiiKs. Tr. by R. E. Wallis. Edinburgh, IWlii. 

8". l/i> Anie-Nicene libr., v. 13,] 91(17.08 

Novelists. See Fiction (p. 45'J). 

Novello da Carrara (Francisco). See Bentley"8 uiiscel.. v. 4(;, 

18.59 ; V. 47-18, 1800 (7 arl.) 
Novels and romances. .See Fiction claSB-Iist (p. 4.59-536). 
Novels in relation to morality and culture. Si-e Fiction (p. 4,59). 

Novitiate (The). See Steinmetz (A.) 18511 3695.07 

Novum organum. See Bacon (F.) . . 3913.11 ; 61)16.02 ; 6011.10 
Nowadays : or courts, e(c. ,SVi Beste (J. K. D.) 187U. . 915.15 
Notvell (.Alexander). Catechism. Cambridge, (&(/. ,) 

Parker soc, 18,'")3. 8' 3iJ37.02 

Noxon {i/on. James). Speech on tbo Trinity cburcb bill. Al- 
bany, 1857. 8- 3150.23 

Noy (Wm.) Grounds and maxims ; also tinalysis of 
the English laws, (ith ed. with notes, etc. by C. 
Barton. Loudon, 17'J4. 1C-' 5622.00 

Noyce (Elisha). Outlines of creation. New Yorlt, 
18.59. 12° 4712.28 

Noyes (Daniel J.) Apostolic test of the preaching which God h:ia 
ordained ; sermon at ordination of Henry Fairbanks and 
H. A. Hazeu, St, Johnsbury, Vt, Boston, 1858, 8'. 3631.(19 

Noyes iDavid). History of Norway, [Maine]. Nor- 
way, 1852, 8" 621.13 

Noye.3 (Cctpt. George F.) Bivouac and the battle 
field. New York, 18(53. 12^ 632.03 

Noyes (George Kapall, /). 7>.) Collection of theologi- 
cal essays from various authors, with introd. 
5th ed. Boston, 18G7. 12° 3.:77.24 

- New Testament. Tr. from the Greek text of Tisch- 

eudorf. Boston, 18G9, 12° 3744.02 

— New translation of the Hebrew prophets. Witli in- 

trod. and notes. 4th ed. 2v. B., 1868. 12°. 3731.15 



— New translation of Job, Ecclesiastes, and the Canti- 

cles, with introd, and notes. B.,1KG8. 12". 3734.10 

— New translation of the book of Psalms and of Prov- 

erbs, with introductions and notes. 4lh ed. 

Boston, 18G8. 12" 3732.21 

Noyes (James O. ) Koumaaia. N.Y., 1858. 12°. 994.10 
Noyes (John Ilumiihrey). The Berean : faith of the 

primitive church. Putney, ( 17.,) 1847. 8". 357X.20 

— History of American socialisms. Philadelphia, 

1870. 8° 5812.08 

— Eddman (J. H.) Noyesism unveiled. 1849. 3545. '-'S 

— NoritUojf {< ' .) Communi.stic societies 6812.16 

Noyes (Kobert). The tempest, a religious and moral 

<'ssay. Craubrook, 1791. I(;°. .... 0414.28 
Nubia. See Countries {pyuhia, p. 361). 
Nucius (Nicander). Second book of travels ; ed. with 

Engl, transl., by J. A. Cramer. London, Camden 

sue, 1841. 4° 5112.17 

Nueva biblioteca de la risa. N. Y., 18G2. 12°. 7216.27 

Nugae antiquro. .V-'-^ Harrington (.SO-. I.) 2v 473.21 

Nngx critics! : occ p.-iperw. .SV*- Skelton (John). . . . 2512 30 

Nuga; iuutiles. .SV.- Merrick (J. M.| 1066 21 

Nugent (E.) Optics; light and sight. New ed. 

London, 1870. 12° 4024.06 

Nugent (Z*'J^</). See Grenville ((i. N. T., lord Nugent). 
Nugent (Thomas). New pocket dictionary. Fr. and 

Engl. Engl, and Fr. Paris, 1848. 24°. .0413,16 
Nuisances [Lamt'/). ,SVc Law [yumuiees, p. 690). 
Numbers, (O. T.) See Biblical literature (.Vaniders, p. 95). 
Numerals and numbers. 

— llwlhi] [J.) The number seven. [In his Essays, etc., 1873.] 

A«^ .— Itepr. from New Euglander, v. 16, 1868. 

— Hewlett iJ.) On Hebrew numerals and different modes of no- 

tation. [In Class journal, v. 4, p. 401 ; v. 0, p. 180, 1812,) 

— MiVier (.V.) Our figures. [In his Chips, clc, v. 2, 1869 ; p. 

• 2.S1-291.) 2.537.20 

— GouM (.S. /(.I Fatality of numbers. [In his Curious myths, 

V. 1, 18r.7.| 3816.16 

.SV'- aUo Catholic world, Feb., 1871 (Mystical numbers). 
Numismatic society. •Numismatic journal. Ed. by 
J. Y. Akerman, 183G-:;8. 2 v. L., 1837. 8=. 1584.01 

— Numismatic chronicle and journal of the Numis- 

matic society. Ed. by J. Y. Akerman and oth ers. 

1838-186.1. 20 V. London, lS:!8-5'!l. 8°. . 1584.03 

Same. Newseries. v. 1-0. L., 1801-06. 8°. 1584.23 



NUMISMATICS. 



Ancient and Modern Coins, Medals, etc. 

AddisiK^J.) liialoguesonmed,iln. [Iiihis Worlis, v. 2,|l.S5.s.l ,5012.02 

Akerman (J. Y.) Introduction to the study of an- 
cient and modern coins. 1848. . . . 15S1.03 

BiUinij (A.) Science of gems, jewels, coins, and med- 
als, ancient and modern. New ed. 1875. 1583.12 

Coin book, comprising a history of coinage ; statistics, 
product, price of gold, 1862-71. 1872. . 1585.14 

(hin chart manual. Gold and silver coins of various 
countries. New York, [n. ti.] 8°. . . . 1585.21 

Hall ((7. //.) On the use of medals. [In Oxford prize essays, 
V. 1, 1830; p. 141-167.) 2511.11 

Humphreys (it. N.) Coin collector's manual. 2 v. 
1853 1583.02 

Pinkerlon (.7.) Essay on medals. 2 v. 1839.15^4.04 

Prime (IF. G.) Coiiis, medals, and seals, ancient, and 
modern. 1861 1585.03 

Snoimleni^J.E.) Ancient and modern coins. 1860.1585.02 

Ancient Coins and Medals. 

Akertrtan (,T. Y.) Ancient coins of cities and princes : 
Hispauia, Galli.a, Britannia. 1846. . . 15S5.15 

— Coins of the Itomans relating to Britain. 18 15. 1.585. 10 

Cooke ( \V. ) *Medallic hist, of imperial Home. 2 v. 
1781 15'iG.08 

Gori (A. K) *j\jitiqua numismata. Cum observ. 
3 V. Florentiie, 1733-42. fol. [Museum Flor- 
entium.] A. 17.04 

Greaves {J,) Discourse of the Itomau denarius, [lii his Miscel. 
works, v,l.J 5(>37.17 

llohlcr (l<\) Il(^cords of Roman history, from Cnaiis 
Pompeius to Tiberius Constantinus, as exhibited 
on the Roman coins, 1860 1586.01 

Ifnmphreys (Ji. iV. ) Ancient coins and medals. 
1.S51 l.J85.l:i 



Posle ( B. ) Celtic inscriptions on Gaulish and British 
coins. 1861 1585.1'J 

— Vindication of the Celtic inscrii^tions on English 
and British coins. 1862 1585.17 

Walah ( li. ) Essay on ancient coins, medals, and gems. 
18J8 1583.00 

Englisb Coins and Medals. 

Ansell (0. F.) The royal mint : its working, conduct, 

and operations. 1870 1586.0(5 

Oirler ( T. ) Mcdids of the British army and how they 

were won. The Crimean campaign. 1861. 4516.'-:0 
Same. Egypt, Peninsuht, Waterloo, and South 

Africa. 1861 4516.20 

Same. India, China, »■(.■. IsGL . . .4:516.20 

F'cettvoe.d ( W.) Hist, account of English coins. [Appendix to his 

Chronicum preciosum. 1745.] 5930.01 

Hawkins (E.) Silver coins of Enghmd. 1841. 1585.12 
Uenfreij (JI. IT.) Guide to the study and arrange- 

■ ment of English coins. 1870 1583.09 

Jeioill (L.) Hand-book of English coins. 1870. 1581.01 
Rudiii'i ( 7i. ) Annals of the coinage of Great Britain 

and its dependencies. 3d ed. 3 v. 1840. 1586.01 
'lUl (U'.) English coronation medals. 1840. 1-583.07 

JeTxrish Coinage. 

Madden (F. W.) History of Jewish coinage, and of 
money in the Old and New Testament. 1864. 1586.07 

Lo'W Countries. 

Van Loon (G.) 'Histoiro luetallique des Pays Bas, de- 
puis I'abdication de Charles v., justpi'en 171(!. 
Trad, du HoUaudois. 5 v 1457.01 



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Uuitecl States Coiiis and Medals. 

Di.i:L:es(m {^[. IT.) Amnrieim iinuiisiiiiitiral mainiiil 
of tho currency or money of the ubori^ineH ; imd 
colonial, state, and (Tniteil States (^oins. 15^1.01 

Lonbat (J. !<'., LLD.) Medallie, history of the United 
States of America, 177(;-lN7i;. With 170 etchings 
byJ. Jacijiii^i.iart. 2 v. N. Y., 187S. 4\ IGSiLlO 
CoiUaUs : v. 1. Text. 2. Plates. 

M'-asf. (J.) Me(i;ils Ktriu'k iu relation to important ovouts in 
Noi'Mi Aaierie.a betorcand Biuen the deel, of indepondenco. 
|/)iN. Y. liist. soc. Coll., V. ;i. 1S21.] ni.'i.(W 

Same. [Iu Mass. hint, soc. 3tl s., v. 4. ISlit.J . . CCl.'i4 

— Olil Amer. euiua. (//iMass. hist. sue. Oull.,:!il 8.,v.7.1S3».l lilU.27 

RidddL (J, L.) Monograi^h of tho silver dollar. 1585.11 

fSS" See also Arts (Usel'ul : 



Periodicals. 
Numism.atic society. The Nnmism.atic journal. 2 

l«;i(l-3« irjHi. 

— Numismatic chronicle and journal. 20 v. 18: 



ra. 



irm 



Same. New scrios. v. 1-G. 1801-GC. .158! 

Trade.smeii's Tokens. 

Akermnn (J. Y. ) Traih'smen's tokens, current 
London and its vicinity. 18G'J. . . . 1.5«">, 

Boi/ni; ( W. ) Tokens issued iu tho seventeenth ce 
tury in England, Wales and Ireland hy corpor 
tions, mcrehants, tradesmen, eto. 1858. 158f 
Wrights and measures, j), IU). 



OS 



18 



Nunneley (Thomas), Org.tns of vision : their anat- 
omy and physiology. L., 1858. H". . . 4311. 24 

Nunneries. Srf Convents (p. 280). 

Nuremburg. -SV.-'- Countries, ffc. {JVurrmburt/, p. 3.'i4). 

Nurse uud i>atieut, ami eanip cure. Sex Mitchell (S. W.) 4322. :{'i 

Nurse ami spy in the nuiou army. Sec Edmonds (S. K. E.) 
1865 044 .(J4 

Nursery noonings, .y.r Dodge (M. A.) 1875 3512.04 

Nursery Parnassus. .SV.: Ritson (J. I 1800 1681.24 

Nursery rliynxes. See Poetry i,\ur^ei-i/ rUymeit). 

Nursing. See Medicine iiVursui;/, p. 704 i—llitspilals. p. 700). 

Nuts for futnr(! hist.irianH to era k. See Smith (H. W.) . 3152.18 

NuttaU (P. Austin). Classical and arch;eological dic- 
tionary of antiquity and the middle ages. Lon- 
don, 1840. 8^ 437.07 

— Standard pronouncing dictionary of tho English 

language. New ed. London, [;i. d] 12^. G12:i.3:i 
NuttaU (Thomas). lutroiluction to systematic .and 
physiological botany. Cambridge, 1827. 12°.4912.25 
Nystrom (J. \V.) Technological education and ship- 
building, for naval .and marine engineers. Phil- 
adelphia, 18(35. 12° 4512.02 

— Treatise on screw propellers and their steam en- 

gines. Philadelphia, 18.52. 8^ 3'.)2(i.r.! 

Oaths. See Biblical and religioua lit. {Oaths, p. 95) ; also Junkin 
(D. X.) The oath a divine ordinance. 1845. . . . 3578. 2.'> 

Obedience to unthcirity. See Authority (p. 57) ;— Religious lib- 
erty (p. 101 );— CJovernment (p. 084) ;— Law ||). 085). 

Obehsks. .^.Vc Coniliill mat;.. Nov., 1877 (aSstlietics of obelisks); 
also works on Egypt {in Countries, p. 300). 

Ober Ammergau. See Drama {Atiuuergaapasslfm lilatj. p. 423). 

Obernier ( Kranzl. TuiUi>nrs of the brain and its membranes. [/»- 
Ziemssen. Cyclopieaia. v. 12, 1877.) 4338.12 

Oberon. apoeni. .f.t Wieland (C. M.) 2 v. 1798. . .1095.15 

Objections to the ballot, answered Irom tiio writings of I\Iill. 
Grote, etc. Loudon, 1837. 16° 5721.01 



Object toacliins. See Education (p. 438). 

O'Brien (Edward). The lawyer, his character, etc, 

Philadelphia, 1843. 8^ 5022. ()(! 

O'Brien (Henry, teansl.) PhtBniciau Ireland. See '^iUanueva 

(J. L.) 400.22 

O'Brien (Patrick). Journal of a residence in tho Uan 

ubian Principalities, 1853. L., 1854. 8 . 1033.15 
Observation (Powers of), .^''c Criticism (p. :19H) ;— Self culture. 
Observations upon the treaty between (ireat-llritaiu. Kranee, ami 

.Spam, at .Seville on tho ninth of Nov., 1729. Loudon, 1729. 

12' In 5721.02 

Observatories. See Astronomy (Ohsei-vatories, p. 54). 

Observer (Tho). .SVc Cumberland (Kichard) 2511.32 

Obsonville (— Foiichcr d). ,S'.v Foacher d'Obsonville. . 4715.20 

Obstetrics. Sea Medicine [Midwifery, p. 702). 

O'CallagUau (E. 15.) Documentary history of New 

York, [ICOO-lSdO]. 1 V. N. Y., 1850-51. 8". 014.01 
— ■ Documents relative to the colonial hist, of New 

York. 11 V. Albany, lS5t;-58. 4^ . . 61G.04 

— History of New Netherland ; or, New York under 

the Dutch. 2 V. New York, 181G. 8=. . C22.21 

— List of editions of tho Holy Scriptures and parts 

thereof, printed in America iJrevious to 18G0. 
With iiitrod. and bibliograjihical notes. Albany, 
isn. 1. 8^ 37l7.i2 

— Voyage of tho shavers St. .John and Arms of Ams- 

teriiam, 1050, IGGi: with addit. papers illust. of 

the slave traile under the Dutch. Tr. with introd. 

an.l index. Albany, 18G7. 4' 583:'.. 13 

O'Callagliau (.John Cornelius). History of the Irish 

brigadi!s in the service of France, from James u. 

to Louis XVI. Glasgow, 1870. 8'. . . . 497.21 
Occam [Ockhaml (William of). See Brit. iju. rev., July, 1872(Wil- 

liain of Occam and his connextou with tho reformation). 



OCCULT SCIENCES 

«ig- See also Apparitions (p. 31) :— Biblical and religious literature [Demi, p. 83) ; -Palmistry :— Spiritualism ;— 
Superstitions ; — Witchcraft ; — Merlin ; — Dreams (p. 420). 



1. General and Miscellaneous 'Works ou Magic, 
Astrology, Alchemy, etc. 

Apuleius, His defioice, or a discourse on magic. [/« /iij! Works 

Bohn's ed] 0013.12 

Bettwaoid (J. ) Of spirits, ajiparitions, witchcrafts, and 

other magical practices. 1705 3812.27 

Buiixard {J. J.) *l)e diviuatioue et magicis et prresti- 

giis, adjunctis effigiebus incisis per J. T. de Brv. 

lahiiut 101.5.] . 3818.iG 

fflris(mr(.< ( //. ) Cradle of the twin giants, science and 

history. 2 v. 1840 :)8I3.03 

v, 1. Bibliogi-apby. Astrology. Magic. The heroic and 

romantic .ages. 2. Mesmerism. Pneumatology. Ulmst'^. 

Witchcraft. Fairy inytlndogy. Talismans aud charms. 

Alchemy and Iransnnilation. 
Culqahimn (J. C.) History of ni.agic, witchcraft, aud 

animal magnetism. 2 v. 18GI. . . . 3811.r.i 
Defue (Z>.) System of magic. [In his Misrel. works, v. 12. 

1840.] .5032.12 

Same. 1728 3813.05 

— Duncan Campbell 17-2.07 

Delrio {M.) Disqvisitionvm magicarvm libri sex. 

1G04 3818.11 

Ornuly (W. C.) l>hilosophy of mystery. 1847. 38I3.0G 
Contents : Nature of ghosts, spectres, fantasies, illusions. 

demonology. sleei). dreams, niglitnmre, sonniambulism. 

transmigration, mesmerism, sibylline intlnenee. 
EUiiM (f. W.) Mysteries, or glimpses of the suiJor- 

natural. 1852 3813.40 



Kanemciser {J.) History of magic. Tr. by W. Howitt. 
Added, remark.able stt)ries of apparitions, dreams, 
witchcraft, and spirit rapping, by M. Howitt. 

2 v. 1854 3813.07 

Contents : v. 1. Of m.agic and its branches iu general. 
Theoi-etieal views of ni.igic among the ancients. 2. On 
magic in mythology. The magic of the Ciermans. Mystic 
doctrines of the middle ages ; Paracelsus, Swcdenborg, 
Jacob Bohme, ete. Itemarkablo stories. 

Garlnrt (J. ) llistoire de la magie en Francc.1818.3813.29 

(loihoinOy.) Lives of the necromancers. 1834. 3813.09 

Ilernien Trismegiste. Traduction complete, precede'e 
d'une etude sur I'origine des livres hermetiques, 
par L. Menard. 2e ed. 1867 3812.17 

Jlildicnck {/?. A.) Red book of Appin ; with otlier 
hermetic stcn-ies. 18G3 213.25 

Liir.nnx ( /'. ) Curinsites des sciences occultes. Par P. 
L. Jacob, [;w™(7. ] 18G2 38U.11 

I^-cky ( ir. E. II.) Magic and witchcraft. [In his Hist, of ration- 
alism in Europe, v. 1.) • 5814.02 

Miirki'.ii (0.) Extraordinary popuku" delusions. 2 v. 
1850 3813.10 

Tjcih (R) Dogme et rituel .le la haute mi^jie. 2e ed. 

2 V. ISGl 3817.29 

Wiie!— Itevieweil in Wiuslow'e journal iif psy. med.. v. 13. 
1800. 

Madiknili. R.) Phantasmata : or, illusions and fan- 
aticislns. 2 v. 1857. 3813.12 



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Occult sciences : 1. General works, rtinllnnrd. 
Mdiiri/ {L. F. A.) La miigie et I'iiHtrologiu Jims I'an- 

ti(|uitt' I't iui iiioyen age. 3f I'll. 18i'4. . 3811.14 
Morl-y I II. ) Lifi) of Henry Cornelius Agrijipa, doctor 

aud kuiglit. 2 v. 1850 301-2. 18 

IViitf. — Iteviowort iu Fraaor'a iii.ik., v. 55. 1857. and Weatni. 

rev., T. ne, 1H56. 
Ndnde ( (/. ) Apologie jiour los grands homines snup- 

(jonnez de magie. Amsterdam, 1712. . . 3812.30 
Same. History of magiek, by way of apology for 

all tlie wise men who have unjustly been reputed 

magieians. 1(!.')7 3813.27 

Siilveiif ( K ) Tim occult sciences : philos. of magic, 

prodigies, and ajiparent miracles. From the 

French, with notes by A. T. Thomson. 2 v. 

Lcmdon, 1840 3814.00 

8amo. 2v. New York, 1847 3814.04 

Sc/io((/r.) Physica curiosa. 2 v. 1007. . . 4724.11 
.Si7)/(/ ( K ) Key to physic, and the occult sciences. 

" In.d] 3818.07 

TIainiiKttnriiUi, or elucidations of the marvellous. By 

an 0.\oni,an. London, 183.5. 12°. . . . 3814.0'J 

Wr'uihl (T.) Narratives of sorcery and magic. 3814.08 

Sf.': aUii Eclectic mag , V. '25, 185*2 {DivinatioD. witclicraft. 

and iiuisiiicrisiu) ,■ Wtistru. rev., v. 81, 1864 (Astrolot^y aud 

nuigic) ; Wiuslow'M jourual uf psy. iiied., v, 5. 1852 (Magic, 

witchcraft, tVc.) 

2. Alchemy. 

Brown (.5.) Alchemy and the alchemists. [In his Lectures and 
essays, v. 1. 1858 ; p. 131.18(1.] 2515.01 

.Same. [In Chambers's papers for the people, v. 9.] 251G.05 

Fiiinifr (L.) L'alchimie et les alchimistes. 3e e'd. 
1800 3812.2.5 

ll'dchcock (E. A.) Komarlcsupon .alchemy and the al- 
chemists, [nanii.] 1W!)7 3814.37 

Mcu-hn/ [C) The alchvniists. [In his Popular delusions, v. 2, 
iHM ■ p. lU9-'288.]' 3813.11 

Sliirlceij {G.) The marrow of alchemy. 1G54-G.5. 3811.12 
See also Pop. sci. monthly, Mch., 1874 (Future of alchemy, 
hy C. Froebel), 



3. Astiology. 

lliirretl (F. ) Tho magus, or celestial iutoUigeneer. 
1801 381K.01 

BisUop {J.) Marrow of astrology, with preface by H. 
Ooley. 1088 3811.0'.) 

C'liley (II.) A key to the whole art of astrology. 
■ 1070 3811.10 

Grammiir of astrology. liy Zadkiel the seer [p.ieiulon. I 
18.33. 3811.11 

LWmW.) Introd. to .astrology. 18.52. . . .3811.27 

/7c« for Urania : astral science. [«iiO)i.] 18.54. 3811.0« 

Proctor (R. A.) In his Myths of astronomy. 1877. . .4017.31 

Raplmel's witch !!! or the oracle of the future, [nmm. ) 
1831 3813.'.^« 

Rohack (('. W.) Mysteries of astrology, and wonders 
of magic. 1854 3818.02 

Sdumky.f ( li. ) Astrological judgmi'nt and pra('tice of 
physick. 1077. 4 .32 1.2 1 

Sihly(K) Works. 4 v. ['iho,d M'.m.] . . .3818.01 
V. 1. Doctrine fif the stars, or illustrations of the oc<Mllt 
seionces. 2. Calcnlation of nativities. 3. rulpeper's Eng- 
lish physician. With notes. 4. Culpeper's Complete her- 
bal. With notes. 

Sliiiinoiiite {\y. J.) The prognostic astronomer; or, 
horary .astrology 3811.13 

.SVt'//(t (/i((;(.'i'(».v), psewlon. Astrologian's guide in hor- 
ary astrology. 18.32 3811.1,5 

WhaHon (Sir G.) Works. 1083 .5077.09 

4. Modern Magic : Tricks and Sleight of Hand. 

Bldz (Siiiiior). Fifty years in the magic circle. 4011.04 
Brewslrr (D.) Letters fm natural m.agic. . . 3813.02 
Same. New ed. with introd. chapters, by J. A. 

Smith. 1808 3813.18 

De Vere (M. S.) Modern magic. 1801). . . 3811.30 
Ih'fftannn (Prof.) Modem magic: art of conjuring. 

[». d.] 4011.35 

UiMdin(H.) Memoirs. Written by himself. Ed. by 

R. S. Mackenzie. 1859 3083.01 

Xotc. — Reviewed iu Weetm. rev., v. 72, 1859. 



Ocean (The). 

Ocean life and adventure. 
- Clarke (J. 8. ) Naufragia ; or historical memoirs of 

shipwrecks. 1805 932.1.5 

~ Oixid.r'irh (F. B.) find lioioland (E.) Ocean's story ; 
or, triumphs of thirty centuries. 1873. . 923.21 

— SliipiK'n { E. ) Thirty years at sea. 1878. .3102.31 

«S= See also Geography ( Voyages round the world, p. 5721; 
Whaling. 

Ocean world, and Marine Natural history. 

— Fuiuier (L.) The ocean world. 1808. . .4680.02 

— 0(>sse(P. H.) Land and sea. 1805. . .4712.25 
The ocean. 1856 4820.10 

— Hartichi (0.) Sea, .and its living wonders.1861. 4820.01 
~ Lube. (H.) Conquest of the sea. [1873.] . 451.S.23 

^ Mir.heht (J.) The sea. 1861 4^20.13 

~Beiuird(L.) Le fond de la mer. 1808. .4821.10 

- Schile I)r Vnr. (M.) Wonders of the deep. 4820.11 

— Sbiiiiiiindr: (J'.L.) ('ominercial products, etc. 4825.27 

— ,So»n'/(i.) Bottom of the sea. 1870. . .4825.11 

— Tiiitdon (M.) World of the .se.a. 1870. . .4828.15 

— Tlunii.soii, (^t :. W.) Voyage of tho 'Challenger:' the 

Atlantic, 1873-1870'. 2 v. 1878. . . . 9.34.01 

I'ltysicai (leography ; Tides, Currents, Meteorology, etc. 

— ISenidiiiin (S.t). W.) The multitudinous seas. 922.20 

— />rtn/.s' {(' II I Law of deposit uf the flood tides. [In Sm. coii- 

trih . v.:i.| ;)'J37.03 

— llil<inrd (./ E.] 'I'idal action in harbors. [In Sm. report, 1874.] 

— Jordiiii ( II'. L ) Tho ocean : its tides and currents. 

1871 40'28.12 

— MiiUkI (II. di:\. Telliameil : or the diminution of 

tho sea. He,. From tlu^ French. 17.50. . 4713.'29 

— Miinnj (M F.) Explanations and sailing directions 

to aci'oiiipany the wind .and current charts. 6th 
ed. riiiladeliihia. 1854. 4" 

SauK-. 7th ed. Thil., 1855. 4°. . . . 

Physical geography of the sea, and its meteor- 
ology. New York, 1858 925.08 

— Redits (K) The ocean, eic. 1873. . . . 913.17 



Same. 14th ed. London, 1809. . . . 923.14 

AV<(.;.— Reviewed in Blackwood, v. 89, 18C1 ; Ed. rev., v. 
1U5, 1857 ; Fraser'sniag.. v. 57. 1858 ; New Euglander, v. 13, 
1855 ; N. A. rev., v. 78, 1854 ; N. Brit, rev., v. 28. 1858 ; 
Westm, rev., v. 72, 1859. 

— Peirce {H.) Ocean lanes for steamship navigation, [/n Amer. 

soc. sci. assoc. Trans., no. G. 1874.) 5811.03 

— Toifnbee [f'apl. II.) Phvs. geogr. of the Atlantic, between 20^ N. 

and 10° S., aud lu' to 4U' W. 187B 913.23 

See aUo Contemp. rev., v. IC, 1871, or Littull, 1871, v. 2 : 

and Sept., 1S75 (Ocean circulation, by W. B. Carpenter) ; 

Ed. rev., v. 135, 1872 (Oceanic circulation) ; Contemp. rev.. 

May. 1873 (Problems of the deep sea. by '1'. H. Huxley) ; 

Eraser's mag., v. 5C, 1867 (The sea) : s. s., v. 2. 1870 (The 

greatest wave ever known) ; Iiiteruat. rev., v. 1. 1874 (Deep 

sea exploration, by Wm. B. Carpenter) ; Popular sci. rev.. 

v, 11, 1872, or Littell. 1872, v. 2 (Temperature aud move- 

ment of the deep sea). 
&'^ See also Natural history (Aquaria, p. 807 : — Marine 

zoology, p. 809) :— Naval s.-ience (p. 812) ;— Poetry (The sea) : 

Whaling ;- Fishes (p. 549); — (geography (Phys.geogr. ,]y.!}l\). 
Ocean bride : a po.ni. .S'tv Milton (.'M. S.) 1834. . . .1067.10 

Ocean gardens, .^c Humphreys (U. N.) 1857 482(5.14 

Ocean scenes, [anon.] New Yorli. 1852. 12" 921.17 

Ocean (The), the river, and tho shore. See Willcock (.J. W. and 

A.) 18fi3 4512.10 

Ocean to ocean, .^ec Carrington (M. I.) 1869 1111.24 

Ocean to ocean. .V.e Grant (II. M.) 1873 1151.13 

Ocean world. ."Ji'cFiguier (L.) 1872 48'>5 'ii; 

Ocean's story. .V.'.' Goodrich (F. B.) <imf Howland (E.) . 9'2:l.'24 

Oceana (Tho). See Harrington {Sir J ) 17(10 67'28.(l2 

Oceaniis (Trip of the steiimer) to Fort Sumter .and 

Charleston, S. C. Brooklyn, 1805. 8". .1113.02 
Ocellus Lurattits. De universi natura. Gr. et Lat. [fn Frag- 

menta philos., v. 1. Didot.) 7766.04 

- On the ii;iture of the universe. Tr. by T. Taylor. 

London, 1831. 1'2" .5420.23 

Ochoa (Eugenio de). Apuntes p;xra una bililiotica de 

escritores espaiioles contempor.lneos en prosa y 

ver.so. 2 V. Paris, 1810. 8' 7215.02 

— Tesoro do escritores mlstieos espafioles. 3 v. Paris, 

1817. 8" 721.5.08 

Contents : v. 1. Obras do Santa Teresa precedidas de su 
vida. 2. Alejo Veuegas. J. de Avila. L. de Granada. J. 
de La Cruz. 3. D. de Estella. L. de Leon. P. Malon do 
Chaide. J. Eusebio Niercmberg. Poosias espiritilates. 



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- Tesoro (loltfiiitro ospafiol. r,v. I'., IS:!H. H '. 721G. II 
Ctmtrnis : V, 1. Moratin (1.. >'. ili') oriKmiiw i\ol titalro 

eHpiiuol. H0Kiii<l«»4 ilouuii <;cilt>u.:ioii i'sri);,'i(i.i dr jiit^zas dra- 

inaticaRaiiturioros a L<t|m ilo Vu;ia. 2 Lope di; Vega (!■'. df). 

Teatro esoiigidc. 3. Calderon de La Barca (P.) Teatro 

esci'gido 4 5. Teatro (iscof^idn dcsde el siglo xvii liastii 

uueutroK diaH. 
Ocldey (Simcm). History of tho Saracens. 5th cA. 

L..n,l,)ii, ISIS. 12' 547.08 

O'Comiell (.Diuiicl). ObstTvations on corn laws, dr.. 

Dublin, 1842. 8' 5ll'.):t.lll 

— Select speechps. Ed. by his son. 2 v. Dublin, 

lHf,2. 12- ' (132;!. i:i 

tiir l'''>i' lives <»f O'Cotinell arr Biography |p. 18.1). 
O'Gonnell {T. J.) Letter to Fuaey, on the true mode of the real 

lireseuco ; or ttiiiisubstaiitiatioii, L.. 1843, H'. . . &0'.»3.rj 
O'Connor (.1. D.) History of 'rnvkev, ami tlio causes 

ofthewavof IS77. 2.1 I'd. Chi(^ugo, 1877. 8'. 1(1:1(1.21) 
O'Connor (J.M.,()'.).S'tr Gay do Vernon (S.F.)Scionce of w,ar.4ril5.01 

Oclavia. *.• Seneca (L. .\.) IKll) llilM.SO 

Octaviail (lloinaiiee of), emperor of Koine, abr. from 

ms. in Bodleian library. Oxford, 18(1'.». 8. 1(171. :ill 
O'Curry (Eugene). Lectures on the ms. materials of 

ancient Irish hisUiry. Dublin, 18(11. .V. 480.1(1 

— Manners and customs of the ancient Irish. Ed. by 

W. K. Sullivan. :t v. Lombm, 187:1. 8', 48(1.2(1 
O'Daniels (D. C ) DiRccmrse. Westminster, Oi-t. 14. 1K55, on ro- 
si;<nnifj: the pastoral charge of the l.st univ. bociety. Bos- 
ton, 181)5. 8* :)031.09 

Odd fellow societies. Nnstm (/•'. G. V.} Obsorvatious, etc., 

18(J7 5914.28 

Odd hours of a physician. X.v Garretson (.1. K.) 1871. . 2521.'i8 

Odd people. ,%f Keid iMavue). IHUK 4733.08 

Oddities of history. .S.f Timbs (.lohn), 1872 8210.32 

Oddy (J. Jepson). European commerce. 2 v. Phil- 
adelphia, 1807. 12' 59-23.IJ1 

Odger (Geo., b. 18"i'J). IlinUm (R. J.) English radical leaders. 

1875 3eil.U 

Odling (Wm.) Course of practical chemistry for medi- 
cal students. Philadelphia, 18(11). 12\ .4212.09 

— Six lectures on tho chemical changes of carbon. 

London, IHd'.l. 12' 4211.0:! 

— Report on legal medicine, ptiblic hygiene, and dietetics. [In 

New Sydenham Boc. Year book. I859.| . . . . 4:)(H,U2 

— Thomas Uraham's scicntilic work. \lii Smith, report. 1871.] 

O'Doherty papers. .Vcc Maginn (Wm.) 2.^3tJ.iJ2 

O'Donnell (Leopold, Sfmuisk ijaneral, b. 1809. .(. 1807). .SVc lient- 

ley's miscel,, v. 47, 1800. 
O'Donovan (John, nliloi]. A'cc Annals of the kingdom of Ireland. 
Odontography. .SVc Teeth. 
Odors, smells, etc. 

— Jultnstan { ir. F.) In liis Chemistry of common life, v. 2. 4215, 18 

— I'apiUiin {.P.) /n /iM Nature and life 47'23.25 

ztif- 'SVt ahtj Toilet and cosmetic arts. 
O'Dowd (Coruelius), ;«.«.(. .See Lever (Cliarle.s). . . .2533.29 
Odyssey. Si-<i Homer (p. 029). 

CEconomy of human life, .sv,: Dodsley (Robert). , . . C211.22 
CEcnmenical council. S<''- Biblical and relig. lit. (Councils, p. 82). 
CEdipus. S<c Plays {Ai^'huh'timl itrranijfmcnt fif titles). 
CElipus -Judaieus. .V-e Dnnnmond (.Vir Wm.) . . . .3731.21 

CEdipus Uomanus. .SV,; Townsend (U.) 1819 3013.17 

Oehleiiscliliiger (Ailam). (.lorreoio ; a tragedy. 'I'r. 
with notes, by T. Martin. L., 1851. 8''. 1733.;i(! 

— Ciods of the north, epic poem. From the Danish, 

by W. E. Krye. L., 1845. 8' 1(174 1(1 

— Hakon J.arl, tragedy. From the Danish. With 

poems after various authiu-s. L.,18l(). 1(V\ 1733.35 
IS^ For biogc. references, see Biography (p. 1s:j). 

Oersted (Hans (Uiristian). The soul in nature. Tr. 
by L. and .1. IJ. Horner. L., 18-52. 12 . .31114.02 
A^f'/e. — Heviewed by J. ftlartiucau, in his Essays, v. 2, 
1808 [2.5;!.''.. 18 1. 

— BeauunonHK.de]. MemoirofO. (7)1 Smith, rep., 18fi,S,) 3930.23 
Oesterleu (Friedrieh). Medical logic. Tr. by (J. 

Whitley. L(Uidon, 18-->0. 8= 431(1.11) 

Oettinger (Edouanl Marie). Bibliographic biograph- 

\i\nr universelh-. 2 v. Bruxelles, l,S5l. 1. S . 27:i(l.(19 
Oft hand takings of men of our age. .SV.- Bungay (li. W.) 2515.08 
OSeiibacll (.lacipu^s). The opera boutfe . LatJraiide 

Duchesse, la Belle Hcdine, llarbeBleue, Orpheus, 

and Genevieve. Boston, l.S(l(l. 4". . . 15(1(1.12 

— Offenbach in Ameri(*a. Notes of a travelling musi 

cian. With a biogr. preface by A. Wolff. From 

the French. New York, 1877. 'l2. . .3134.31 
Offer (Edward). Hlumiuatiug made easy. London, 

n.il. 12° ' 1472.38 

O'Flauagan (J. lloderick). Lives of the lord chan- 

celhn's and keepers of the great seal of Ireland. 

2 V. London, 1870. 8= 3250.27 

— History of tbe Munster circuit. \In Dub. univ. mag., 4 art., 

v. 87, 1876.) 



Ogden (.\ai'on). .V'-' Herring {-(.i arif( Longacre (.J. 11.) Nat. portr. 
gallery. V. 1. 18:11.] 3217.08 

Oyilby (.lohn). liritaiinia ile|iicta orOgilby improvid ; 
by.lohii Owen and E. Boweii. 4th ed. Lonibiii, 
17'24. 8" 9.".3.01) 

— Embassy to th*^ emperor of Chin.a, by P. Dt; Ooyer 

and .1. De Keyzer, described by .1. Nieiihoff. 
Englished by.l. Ogilby. L., KICK. fol. . 1029.01 

— — Same. .Second part. Atlas chinensiH, eti'.. (l<d- 

lecleil by .'\. Montanus. Englished by J. Ogilby. 
London,' 1(171. fol 1021l.(')2 

Ogilvie ((ieorge, M.ll.) The master-builder's plan, or 
princiidis of cu-ganic- arehilectur(^ as indicated in 
the ty|.ieal forms of animals. L , 185s. v;\ 4717.22 

Ogilvie (.lohn, i,/,./).) lm)ierial dictionary, English, 
teclinological. and scientific. 2 v. Glasgow, 
1850. 8' G420.01> 

Same. Suiiideuunt. Glasgow, 1802. H". [Ilil. 

wUh V. 2.] 

Ogilvie (.John, />./)., F.li.S.K.) Theology of Plato, 
eoiniiared with the iirineiples of oriental anil (ire- 
<-ian philosophi'is. Londiui, 17'.':!. 8'. . .5425.25 

O'Gorman (Daniel). Intuitive calculations ; commer- 
cial and business. 24th ed., by .1. It. Young. 
Loudon, 1871. 12' 4011.18 

O'Hara (Kane). .See Flays {ArranrfC't tty authors). 

Oglethorpe (.James Mclward). -sVc Biography (p. 183). 

Ohio [.Slate of). See Countries, ele. {ll, lo, p. 354). 

Ohio River. See Countries, etc. {Ohio liiuer. p :t54). 

Ohio VaUey histoi-ical series. 8 v. Cin ,18(18-71. H". 

1. Bouquet's Exijed. against tho Ohio Indians, 1808. 2. 
Walker lO.M.) History of Athens county, Ohio. 3. Clark 
((<. U.) Campaign in tho Illinois. 1778 9. 4. McBride (.1 ) 
Pioneer biography. 2 v. 1809 71. 5. Smith (.1.) Caiilivity 
with tho Indians. 1755..'-i9. With notes, by W. II. Iiarbngtou. 
1K7II. 6. Drake (D.) Pioneer life in K.-iituc-liy, Hd, by C. I>. 
Drake, 1870. 7. Miscellanies : I. Espy (J ) 'I'our tii Ohio, 
etc., 1805; 2. Williams (S ) Two western campaigns in 
1812 ; 3. The LeallierwooU Ood. 1871 012-19 

Oil painting. See Fine arts {t'aiutintf. p. 540). 

Oils (Distilled). See Arls (ils.liil : i'etrntxum, etc., p. 46). 

Okavango river. See Countries (p. 355). 

O'Keeffe (.John). Dramatic works. 4 v. London, 

1798. 8'= 1734.01 

Contents: v. 1. Life's vagaries. Castle of Andalusia. 
Grenadier. Tony Lumpkin in (own. Poor soldier. Mod- 
ern antiques. Si>rig8 of laurel. 2. Wild oats. Wicklow 
mountains. Fontainebleati. Little hunchback. Basket 
maker. Ulacksmitli of Aniwerp. Positive man. 3. The 
toy. Czar Peter. London hermit. Irish mimic. Tantara- 
rara. Birthday. Beggar on horseback. 4. World in a 
village. Highland rei-j. Magic banner. Farmer. Man 
milliner. Prisoner at large. Loveinaeamp Tho doldrnul. 

— Personal reminiscences. Ed. by II. II. Stoddard. 

New York, 1875. 1(1' 3251.20 

Ueeol lections. Written \>y himself. 2 v. Lon- 
don, 182(1. 8" 3135. 'JO 

.See also New monthly, 4 art., v. 19-17. 1820 (by himself). 
^^ .See als'i Plays { .i rranijemeni by antli<irst. 

O-Keo-pa. .*v Catlin (I ieorge). "l807 658.21 

O'Kelly (.James -I. ) The Mambi-laud, or adventures 
of a Herald correspomlent in Cuba. I'hiladel- 

phia, 1874. 12' 1101.24 

Okely (W. Sebastian). Development of cliristian 

architecture in Italy. London, ISdO. 8 . 1315.38 

Okeil (Lorenz). Elements of physiojihilosophy. 

From the German by A. Tulk. Loudon, liai/ hoc, 

1807. 8°. . . . ■ 4744.11 

TVo/f.— Reviewed in Quar. rev., v. 108, 180O ; and by 

Stallo (.1. C.) /;i/ii.iPhilos. of uatuio, 1848. . . . 54'20.05 

Olcott (Ib'iirv .S. ) People from the other world. 

Hartford,' 187.5. 8" 3813.42 

- Yaleagricultural lectures. N. Y., 1800. 12'. 0123.02 
Old (11. O. ) t\ilorado : its mineral and other re- 
sources. London, 1872. 8" 1133.21 

Old age. 

- Biiiid (tj. ,1/.) Legal responsibility in old age, re- 

lation of age to work, 1871 4355.(15 

— Henuird {■•<ir T.) The comforts of old ivge. With 

biogr. illustrations. 181(1 3522.0(1 

- t;hil<l\L. M., ed.) Looking toward sunset. 2521.01 
Note. — Selections in prose and verse, for consolation and 
cheer. 

— Cicero (.1/. T. ) Oato and La-lius ; or, essays on old 

age and friendship. With remarks by W. Mel- 
moth. 2 V. 1777 5434.25 

Same. Essays, etc. 1807 3535.05 

Sinue. [In his OtUces. S../ih, 186«.] 6434.31 

Note. — For tho LiUin text see under his name (p. '209). 



lu asking (or books, use the " Book Order," giving the AUTHOR'S NAMG, the first pari of the TITLE, and the NDMBEB. 



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OLD AGE-OLLIVANT 



Old age, contiiiHrd. 

— Emrrsmi {R. )('.) In liis Society and s.ilitndo, 1870. 2524. (Kl 

— Essay iin the respect jiaid to old atjo by the EHyptiaiia, tbo 

Persians, the Spartans, anil the liomaus. [In Class, jour- 
nal. V. 3, 1810 ; p. U2, ;U'J.| 2742.03 

— Holme (J. ^'., ed. ) Li^lit at evening time : a book ol 

support and coinfort for the aged. 1871. ;ir)(>2.2ll 

Kay (J. tr.) /'I /it;( Ks.sa.vs of au optimist. 1871. . . 2533.23 

Piuiarrh. Whether an a^ed man oujjUt to meddle in abite 

affairs. [Ill Ids Moi'als. v. 5, p. l!4-'JB.l 5435.30 

— Sl'jmu-ney (L. II) I'ast meridian. . . . 25i:i.()C 

,yee alsn Atlantic monthly, v. 16. 1805 (Yonng men in 
history, by E. P. Wliipplc) ; Fraser'a mag., Ang., 1873 (Of 
growiuK olil, by A. M 11. U.I 

e-J- .SVi- Longevity (p. 717) ;— Medicine (Heatlh, p. 769|. 
Old and Mew. v. 1-11. IS.iston. IHTO-Tf.. H\ 8118.(11 

Old haclielor. [Essays.] ,SV.' Wirt (Wjn ) 2v 2!;4(;.13 

Old Bailey expi'i-ience. Our penal eode, and prison 
diseiplinc. [(«//»»..] h, IHXi. 8'. . . 5817.17 
Old UilJle and new Bcieiico. .Vcc Thomas |.J. B.) . . . . 3CI1.22 
Old ln>nes, or vertidiratc animals, ^n- Symonds (W. S.) . 4721.19 
Old brewery, and the new mission hoii.so at the Five 

Points! New York, IK,'-, 1. 12 5828.(t:i 

Old Colony. ■^'"' Countries {J'/i/iiioulfi, p. 359). 

Old court M.ibnrb. .v.. Hunt (LcIkIi). :ld ed 493.20 

Old Ensland : a pictorial iiHiseuin. .V.v Knight (C.) 2 v. W>TW, 
Old England anil New England. .VvBann(A.) 2 v. 1853. 1074.1:1 

Old Eu'disli homilies. »•■• Morris (liccliard) 7914 02 

Old laitli and the new. .SVc Slrauss (l>. F ) 1873. . . . 359.-, lis 
Old farm and the new farm. .V"' Hopkinson (E.) 18f>4. . 5713.18 
Old t.ishioncd ethics. AVc Thornton (W. T) 1873. . . .''.420 ^2 
Old forest ranger : India. .SVv Campbell (\V.) .... 4i;21.15 

Old (.iod (The). .SVeBolondcn (C. vmi). 1872 3523.00 

Old homes made new. .sv.- WooUett (W M.) 1878. . . 1314.38 
Old Humphrey's observtitious. [By G. Mogridge.] 

New York, 1853. 18 2541.1(1 

Old Indian chronicle. See Drake (S. O.) .5.57.09 

Old hindmarlis of Boston, .v.. Dralte (S. A.) 1873.. . . 001.01 
Old leaves; from Household words .\,v Willi (W.H.) 1800. 2.545 19 
Old man's (An) thoughts tibuut many things. 2d ed. 

London, 1872. Hi' 2537.2ii 

Cimlents : To my readers. Of the final cause. Of 

schools. Kiches. Statnes. Style. Books. 0( place and 

power. Education. Taxation. Tithonus. Praxiteles. 

The .judgment o( I'aris. To an aged friend. 

Old masters and their pictures. ,V.v Tyller (Sarah). . .1431.30 

Old masters ; iirincea ol art. ,SVc Urbino (Mrs. S. R.) . 1414.23 

Old merchants of New York city. .V. . Scoville (J. A ) 5 v. 3245 02 

Old New England traits. .S'.i Lunl (George). 1873. . . 001.00 

Old places revisited. .V. r Bigsby (K.) 3v 475.20 

Old play goer. .SVf Robson (W.) 1810 1735.29 

Old plays. AV.' Dodsley (Kobert). 

Old poor Kobin : an "almanack. 10 v. London, 

181'J-28. Iti" 6761.(11 

Old portraits and modern sketches. See Whittier (J.) Prose 

works, v. 1 6077.10 

Old printer and modern press. S<r Knight (C.) .... 2712.02 

Old red sandstone. ,<;e^ Miller (Hugh). 1852 4111.27 

on Uedstoue. AVv Smith (.loseph). 1,S54 3455.110 

Old r.-i^inic in Canada. See Parkman (E.) 1874. . . . 504.13 
Old regime of France. See Countries (^ViiTitri- .■ Oldreffime, p 21 . 

Old Koiuan world. .S'.v Lord (John). 1807 433.10 

Old Itome and new Italy. .Viv Castelar (E.) 981.25 

Old Siiekariy, pseud See Levison (H. A.) 

Old I'.-stameut. S.r Bibhcal literature l^Otd Tesl., p. 95). 

Old lime pictures. See Taylor (B F | 1874 [1873.) . . 1092.39 

Old vegetable neurotics. See Harley (.John) 4334. ;!0 

Old wells dug out: sermons. Sec Talmage(T. D. W.) 1874. 3012 25 
Old wine in new bottles ; I'aris. .SVh Gardner (A. K.) 1848. 901.01 

Old world. .SVi' Freese (.1. U ) 1809 105110 

Old World, as seen through young eyes. See Walifforth (E. H.) 
Old world iu its new l.icc. See Bellows (H. W.) 1809. . 913.23 
Old world seen with young eyes. 2v. New York. 1871. 16''. 941.24 
Oldcastle (Humphry). psewL See St. John {Heavy, lord BoUng- 

broke). 
Oldcastle {Sir John . See Biography (p. 183). 

olden time .Vee Craig IN. B.l 655.21 

Oldest ami newest empire : China and the United States. See 

Speer (W.) 1870 1023.'23 

Oldfield (Thomas Hiuton). Representative history 
of Great Britain and Ireland ; a hist, of the House 
of Commons, and of the counties, cities, and 
boroughs of the United Kingdom. 6 v. Lon- 
don, 181G. 8" 483.(17 

Oldham (John). Poetical works. Ed. by R. Bell. Lon- 
don, 18",4. 1(1^ 1674.10 

Couteids : Minor poems. Ben Jonson. Satires upon the 
Jesuits, ele. TraiiHlations from Horace, etc. 
Oldschool (Oliver), jLVUii. ,V,'r Sargent (Nathan). 
Oldys (\\ 111 ) Lifo or .Sir Walter KalciKh. [In Raleigh {Sir V/.) 
Works, V. 1, 18'29.| .5004.13 

— Dissertation upon pamphlets. [In Morgan (J.) Phiemx 

Britaunicua, p. .553-502J 5(150.10 

Olin (Stephen). Greece and the (iolden Horn. New- 
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Olsbauseil (Hermann^. Hiljlical commentary on the 

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O'Neil ( Hen ry , .4. A'. .4.) Two thousand years hence. 

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Ontology. .V'l' Philosophy. 

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Opal. iSVi- Mineralogy (p. 574). .Usu Fine arts [Ilnm, etc., p. .544). 
Opdyke (George), llcpiu-t on the currency. New 

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Opinions. 

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.Slephrn {Sie J. l'\\ Mr. ( ilailstuno and Sir (ieorgo Lewis on 
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Opium habit, with suggestions as to the remedy. [By 
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opium, by Justice Fry) ; Foitu rcv., v. 10, 1871 (The opituu 
trade, by F. W. Chossiiu) : Eraser, v. 00, 1802 (Opium rev- 
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trade) ; North Brit, rev., v. 20, 1850-7 (Opium trade with 
China). 

Opossum- .V'-' Natural history (.Marsiipialia, p. 809). 

Oppianus De venatioue. De piscalinne l>e aucnpio. Gr. et 
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seiualier. Parisiis. DitM. 1849. 8' 7707.04 

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Optics, .s'- 1 Physics .—Medicine (A>'. p. 758). 

Optimism. 

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p. 197-225. ] 3534.27 

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Oracles. 

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Talis, IW'J. 8° a«l:i.l7 

— Boisxdid (./. J.) *Do ilivinationc i-t iiiaf;;i(:iK |ini- 

Ktij^iiH, ailjnni'tis effigiebus iiiciKis i)i;r .J. 'I', dn 

Bry. [iihoui h\\r,'\ :wis.h; 

— De Qiiiii,.:/ |7'.) Mi-uiurinlB. etc., v. 1, 180(1 ; 1). aa3-87.) ■iWS> l:l 

— thiili iiilh' {li. le It. ih). IliKtory ol' oracles. Fiom 

tlic l''iviu-U. 17.M) :)Hl:i.;i., 

— Huiilt'/atin-r {p'.) Tlin Kibyllint; oraclos. [/ji hit; JiulaiKiii ;il 

Uiiruu, 11. i'2i).i:i(i, aiPS ISO.) :M{;.i.u 

— Jtn-Uii(J.) RumarliK (III eccl. Iiisl.. v.l, p..^7 and KiT-lHij.al'j;!.".;"..* 

— Mo2t*-y ij. ji.) lullueuto (»!' oi'ai;l»;K. [In Oxford lu'izu t-Bsjiys, 

V. 5, 1831! ; p. 175-217.1 aMl.l.'i 

— Hu'.anii. Wherefore the Pythian I'riesteBH uuw cc.%so8 to <le- 

Jiver Ler orucleH iu verse. [In ftis Morals, v. 3, pp. t',\i 

103.] MXiM 

Why the oracles eeaso togiveauswors. (MoralK, v, 4. jjp, 3- 

04. j .'i4;l.'>.2'.) 

— Taylor [Thomas). Collection of the Chalileau oracles. Orack-H 

of Zoroaster, [/k Class, jourual, v. l(i, p. 333 ; v. 17, p. 128. 

243.) 2712. K; 

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bool(K). 

II ,i • .v.. <7/s.) Mysteries (p. 8011) ,— Mythology (p. 801). 

Oracles In .111 the poets. .V.r Gilman (C.) l.S.'i2 1643.28 

Oiange (Uoiisi^ of). .Vc' Countries, ftc. {<h-an<jr, Jlousf "/, p. 3.'>.'i). 

Orations- V'-' Speeches ami orations. 

Oratores Attici. Grace, cum traunl. reficta a 0. Mul- 

ler. 2 V. I'arisiis. Dhl.it. lH-17-58. 8°. . 770(;.U2 
Oratory and orators. .V(,; Eloquence (p. 442) ; als" N. A. rev,, v. 

114. 1872 (Oratory uiul journalism). 
Orbiguy (('liarlcK Dessaliues d'). Dictionnaire uni- 

ver.scl d'liistoire uaturelle. 13 V. Atlas, 3 v. 

I'aris. 1S47-1'.I. 8' 47 15. U I 

Orbs aiouml ns. ,SV,' Proctor (It. A.) 1872 4013.18 

Orcades. .SV, Countries, 'tr. {Orkney Jstands. p. 359). 

Orchids. .V.t Botany [OrMds, p. 225) ; also Rand (E. >i.. jr.) 

CNimpleto manual of orchid culture. 1870. . . 0132.20 

Ordeals. 

— EltLr (ir.) Essays, 1805 : p. 123 135 2524.01 

— Gibson ( U'. .S',) On Bonie ancient modes of trial, especially the 

ordeals of water, lire, ftc. [In Archieologia, v. 32, 1847.] 

— Lra [tl. C.) The ordeal. [In his ,Sin>erstition and force, 

1875.1 0031.25 

.SVf also Macmillau, May, 1870 (Ordeals and oaths, by E. 

B. Tylor). 

Order and profiress, .s<r Harrison (F.) 1876 5724.21 

Ordericus Vitalis. Ecclesiastical history of England 

aud Normandy. [To a.ii. 114[.] Tr. by T. 

Forester. 1 v. London, liohii, VH^.i-^G. 12'. -IVlik; 
Ordinance of 1787. Xfc N. A. rev., Apr.. 1870 (Dr. Cutter aud the 

ordinance of 1787. by W. V. Poole). 
Ordnance. .Vf-' Military science (p. 778). 
Ordroiiaox (.Jolm). Commentary on the lun.icy 

laws of New York, aud on the judicial aspects of 

insanity at common law and in equity, including 

procedure. Albany, b's78. 8' 433:3.30 

— Jurisprudence of medicine in its relations to the 

law of contracts, torts, and evidence ; with suppl, 

on liabilities of vendors of drugs. Philadelphia, 

1809. 8^ 5047.14 

Oregon. ,SV(- Countries [Oregon, p. 355). 

O'Reilly. .V. v alsn O'Rielly. 

O'Reilly ( /.Vr. Bernard). Life of Tius ix. to 1877. 

r,th ed. New York, 1877. 8' 3143.20 

O'Reilly lEdward). Irish-English dictionary ; with 

Irish grammar. Inibliu, 1817. 4°. . ."04JG.13 
O'Reilly (Henry). .Settlement in the West. .Sketches 

iif Itochester ; with notices of western New Y'ork. 

Uochester, 183S. 8 021.23 

O'Reilly (.John Boyle). Songs from the Southern 

seas, and other lioems. Boston, 1873. 10°. 1074.35 

— Songs, legends, and ballads. B., 1878. 12°. 1071.30 
O'ReiUy (Milesl. [j)Sfij<(.J .v.v Halpine (C. G.) .... 
Oreilaiia i Francisco .Jose). Cristobal Colon, historia 

popular. Barcelona, 185.S. 8-' 3038.10 

Orford (/•-''!/■/ '/ ). .V.'.- Walpole (Horace ;— Robert). 

Organ, See Music [Instruments : Organ, p. 798). 

Organic remains : fossils. .V'« Parkinson (J.) 3v. 1833:~4728.05 

Organization. See Social sciences 4728,05 

Organization. See Biology (p, 210) ;— Life (p. 700) :— Natural 

hi.Htory ; — Medicine [Tkysiology, p. 7G4 : — Nervous system, 

ji, 703 ; — itii'l other lieailings). 
Organization in daily life. .SVb Helps (Arthur). 1802. . 5810.10 
O'Rielly (ll'Miry). Antagonistic principles involved in the Ite- 

bellion ; slave aristocracy against democracy. New York. 

1.S02. 8' In 5093.1I2 

O'Rielly [('apt. Henry Brooks). Brief memento of Capt. II. It. 

O'Rielly, who fell in the battle of WiUiaiusburgh, 1H02. 

|«, ;> or d.[ »" 3243.13 

Orient (The) aud its people. Sa Hause. [Mrs. I L.) . . 1010.20 



Oriental acquaintanre. See Dc Forest (.1, W.) 1850. . . 1051.08 

Oriental and sacriul scenes, .V..; Howe (F.) 10.52.10 

Oriental annual ; or seen(« In India. 7 v. Loudon, 

1834-10. 8" 1031.02 

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Oriental liarems aud scenery. See Belgiojoso (C. T., prijtcetiK de). 

1802 1053.11 

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Oriental literaturi', .V,,- Literature [Oriental, p. 710). 

Oriental mem. lirs. .v.. Forbes (.1.) 4 v. 1813, . . . 1010(17 

Oriental iiiysliciKiii. ,SV, Palmer (E. H.) 3582.03 

Oriental p.ietiy. .S'..' Literature [Oriental, p. 710). 

Oriental rcligi..iiH, ,V., Biblical ami r.-ligious lit. [Vari^ju* Jk- 

ligioiis, p. IDOj .-Mythology (p. 802). 

Oriental translation fiin.l. [Publications. iSet incom- 
idete.] London, 1831-13. 8' 7810.02 

( ■ontenl.s. 

Chodzko (.Mcksander). Sp..i',imens of the poimlar jioetry of 
I'lO-sia. 'I'r. with notes. l-...nil..n. 1842. 8'. . . . 7810,01 

Dabistan ; or. scli(i..l ..f manii.TS. [.\Kcribed to M<.hsaii l''atti.J 
From the Persian, with notes, by D. Shea aud A. Troyer. 
3v. piiris, 1843. 8' 7810.02 

Gholam Husst-in Khan (Mir). 8iyar-ul-iiiutaU)ierin : a his- 
tory ..f the Mahoniiiiedan power in India .luring the last 
c.^ntury. Uevise.l fr.im the translation of llaji Miistefa, 
and ollateil with the Persian original, by John iJriggs. 
v. 1. London, 1832. 8" 7810.03 

Jelal Ed din Rlolianiiiie.l lien .\bad Es-S.idiki Ed Dewaui. 
Practical philosophy , if tlur Muliamiiiadan people; being a 
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Ouseley (Sir Gore). Biograiihical notices of Persian 
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SirG. Ouseley, by J. Reynolds. L.,1816.S".78I6.12 

Ourselves ; women. .S'ee Linton (*E. L.) 1809 5811.01 

Out of tho past. .S'^e Godwin (P-l 1870 25-26.18 

Out of town. See Burnand (F- (J.) 1868.. ._. . . . 941-02 
Outcroppings : selections of California verse. San 

Francisco, 1866. 12' 1674.31 

Out-door paiiers. .5ee Higginson (T. W.) 2532.02 

Out-doors at Idlewild. Ser Willis (N. P.) 2.545.28 

Outhier (Reginald). ♦Journal of a voyage to the North, 1736-37. 

|/h Pinkerton. Voyages, v. 1.] 926.01 

Outlines uf men, women, and things. See Ames {Mrs. M. C.) 

1873 2512.32 

Outram (James). The conquest of Seinde : a com- 
mentary. 2 V. Edin. and L., 1816. 8'. 1035.19 
Outre mer, .v'e Longfellow (H. W) Prose works, v, 1. 5052.11 
Ouvaroff (iijnili: Serge). Essay on the mysteries of 
Eleusis. From the French, by J. D. Price. Lon- 
don, 1817. 8° 3817.11 

Ouvry ( Col Henry Aime). On the Prussian infantry. 
2d ed. London, 1870. 8' 4516.11 

— Stein and his reforms in Prussia, with reference 

to the land question in England. London, 1873. 

12' .5014.18 

Ovalle (Alfonso de)- *Historical relation of Chili, 1649. [//i Pin- 
kerton. Voyages. V. 14 920.14 

Over the ocean. »e Guild (Curtis). 1871 914.19 

Over the iilaiiis. tfc. *■, Tice (J- U-1 1872 1132-19 

Over the Rocky mountaius. See Ballantyne miscel., v. 7, 1809. 
Overbeck (Frz.) Introd. to the Acts. [In Zeller (E.) Acts ol 
the Apostles. 1875.) 3755.28 

Overbury (iStr Thomas). Miscellaneous works. Ed. 
with biogr. of author, by E. F. Eimhault. Lon- 
don, 1856. 10' 5002.01 

fl*r For lives of Sir T. O., see Biography (p. 184). 

Overeud, Gurney & Co. A'«((« (S.) Depredations; 
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Overman (Frederick). Manufacture of steel. Phila- 
a.^lphia, JS5I. 12" 393:!. 42 

— Mcc^UiLiiii-s for tlu) millwright, machinist, ttc. 

I'hila.Uli.hia, 1801. 12° 'Mi^'S.VZ 

— Moulder's and founder's pocket guide. IMiiladcl- 

pUia, 1S52. I'r :v.>:{;i.-n 

- Truiitis.M.n nu-tallurjijy. 5th cd. N.Y.. IH(;().8''.:J'.):J4.:J'.) 
Overstone (/>"»■'/). .SVc Loyd (8. J., I'vii Ovr.s/uw). 
Overthro\w of thn Fnaich army : its prelude and its 

cause, [ann^.] London. isVl. . . . 520.12 
Overture of angels. .V'r Beecher (H- W.) 1870. . . . 351G.14 
Ovidius Nuso (L'uldius). Ovid, by Alfn-d (Uiurch. 

Phil., 187(;. 1(1. [Ancient elassie.s.] . 1(;7:').05 

— Elt!tiies : tr. by C. Marlmvo. [///. M.'s WorliH, IK.^.H ) . n:ir,M\ 

— Fasti, Tristia, Pontic epjsth\s, llns, ami Ilalieiitieon. 

Tr. by H. T. Kiley. L., Balm, 1851. 12". l(;75.o;t 

- Ilcroides. Amores. Ars amatoria. Utuuedia amo- 

ris. Do medicamino faciei. Nux or the walnut 
tree. To Livia Augusta tni the death of her sou. 
Tr. byll. T. Uih^y. K, li<>h„, 1852. 12'. I(i75.01 

— Metamorphoses. Literally tr. into Engl, prose, by 

H. T. Kiley. London, Bohn, 1851. 12". . U;75.(U 
Same. Tr. by Dryileii. Addison. (lartb. jind otln-rs. [In 

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Same. Tr. into English blank versi- by II. King. 

Edinburgh, 1871. l}" * . 1(;75.U 

JVo(^.— Reviewed iu Blackvv. maf*., v. lO'J, IK71. 

— Los metamorphoses. Tr. en franeois, avec des re- 

marques par Kanier.Nouv.ed.2v.P., 1738.4". 1078. 11 

— (Euvres compK-tes. [L>tL vi M-.] Paris, 180<). 8'. 

[Nisards collection.] 7725.14 

— Optu'a omnia. Ex ed. IJurmanniana ; cum notis ot 

interpretationo in usum Ddpliini. 8 v. Lon- 
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Cfwhnts. 



ludpx, V. 8-0. 

Medicaniina faciei : fragmou- 

tuni, V. 2. 
Metaniorpboseon, v. 2. 3. 
Notre, V. 5-8. 
Niix : elegia, v. 2. 
Reuiedia amoris, v. 2. 
Tristium lib. v.. v. -l-S. 



Amnrnm libri tros, v. 1. 
Artis amatoriai lib. tres, v. 2. 
CoiiBolatie ad Liviaiii AngHs- 

tiiin, V. 2. 
Epistolie ex P»mto, v. 5. 
Fastnniiu lib. vi., v. 4. 
Halieuticou : fragnieutuni, v. 2. 
HiTuidcs, V. 1. 
Iliis, V. 5. 

— Opera. [/*( ♦Walker i(i. S.) Corpus poetarnm.] . . 1G97.15 
- [Works.] Tr. by Dryden, Pope, Congreve, Addi- 
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— TrauBlatious from Ovid, by J. Dvyden. [In his "Works, v. 12, 

1821.] r.042.25 

S>e Teiififers Hiat. of Roman lit., v. 1, p. 46y-487. 

Owreii (David Oale). Report of geological survey of 
Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota ; and of a por- 
tion of Nebraska territory. Phil.. 1852.4'. 4117.04 

Same. Illustrations. Phila., 1852. 4'. 4117.05 

OTRTen (Hugh. jr.) The elementary act, 1870. (33 and 
31 Vict., c. 75). With notes, etc 3d ed, Lon- 
don, 1870. 10^ 5514.19 

Owen (.lolin) ami Bowen (J.) Britannia depicted. See Ogilby 
(.Jnbii) 9M.oy 

Oweu (John, D.U.) Works. Ed. by T. Hussell. 
21 V. London. 1826. 8" 3571.01 

Contents : v. 1. Life and writings of J. Owen, by W. 
Orme. Clarkson's fnner.il sermon. Indexes to Works. 

2. Discourse concerniug tlie Holy Spirit. 

3. Discourse cone, tlie Holy spirit. Tbe reason of faitb : 
tbe Scripture to be tbe word of God. Means of nndc^r- 
Btanding tlie mind of God as revealed in bis word. 

4. Work of tbe Holy Spirit iu prayer. Two discourses 
cone, tbe Holy Spirit and Ids work. Of tlio diviuo original 
autbority, etc., of tbo Scriptures [against Walton's I'nly- 
glott). Of tbe integrity and purity of tbe Hebrew and 
Greek text of tbe Scriptures. Pro eacris Scripturis ad- 
versus fauaticos. 

5. Two sbort catecbisms. Display of Arminianisni. 
Deatb of Cbrist. a treatise and recon<^iliation. 

6. Doctrine of tbo saints' perseveranee, cb. 1-10. 

7. Saints' perseverance, ch. 11-17. Of tbe niortifiration 
of sin iu believers. Of temptation. 

8. Vindicipe evaugelic^e ; or tbe mystery of tbn gosptl 
vindicate)!, ;iud souiuianism examined, in confutation of 
the llacovian catechism. 

9. Same, cont'd. Of tbe death of Christ and of justifica- 
tion. Review of Grotina'.s doctrine of tbe deity and satis- 
faction of Ohrist. Dissertation of divine justice, 

10. tif conimunion with God tbe Father. Son, and Holy 
Gba>.t. Same, vindieated from the exceptions of W. Sher- 
loek Brief declaration and viudicatiou of tbe doctrine 
of tbe Trinity, as also of the person and satisfaction of 
Christ. 



11. Doctrine of juHtiflcatinn by faith, through the im- 
putation of the risbteousuesfl of ChriHt. Oowpcl groumlH 
and evidences of the faith of God's elect. 

12. Declaration of the yloiifjus mystery of the poruon 
of Christ. God and man. Medttations and discourfics on 
the glory of Clirist, in bin person, ollice and grace, 

13. Of ind\v<dling sin in believers. Grace and duty of 
being spiritually minded, 

14. Of the forgiveness of sin. Treatise of the domin 
ion of sin and grace. (ioodnosH and eevority of God in 
bis dealing with sinful churches, 

15-16. Hermons. 

17. Thirteen Bcrmons. Twenty-fivo diHcoUVflnn snitable 
to the Lord's supper. Nature ut apostasy from the pro 
fessiori ol tin? gosiiel. Some consideratioiis alunit union 
among protestants. State of the iirotestant religion. 

18. Aniniadversious on a treiitise entitletl Fiat lux ; oi-. 
a guide iu din'ncn.i'K of religion between x>apist, i)roteHt- 
ant, and indepi;n<li'nt. Chinch of Itomo no safe guide, 

19. Duty of pastors :iiid people distinguished, Kschol ; 
a cluster of the fruit rif (janaan, [On church fellowsliip-l 
Of schism, with \ indication of the same. Answer to Caw- 
drey on schism. row4!r of the siu)ri-nie magistrate about 
religion. Discourse ccuieerning liturgies. Short cate- 
chism, with an explication. Hrii-f vindication of the non- 
conformists from the charge of sirhism. 

20. Inquiry into the institution, order, and i-ommuniou, 
of evaugtdical churches. Answer to Stilhnglliefs Unrea- 
sonableness r)f separation. True nature of a gi>spel church. 

21. Discourse concerning fvaiig*' Ileal love, church peace, 
and unity. Truth and innocen<'e vindicated ; in a survey 
of a discourse concerning ecclesiastical poUty. and the 
autbority of the civil inagistrato over the consciences u* 
subjects iu matters of religion. Indulgence ami toleration 
considered, i'eaceofleriiig for liberty of conscience. 
Advice to (utizens of London. On the bill against con- 
venticles. Grounds on whicrh dissenters desire their 
liberty. Case of i^rcseut distresses ou non-conformists 
examined, A letter concerning the present cxcoiuniunica- 
tions. On church censures. Against coulormity to wor- 
ship not of divine institution, of marrying alter divorce. 
Of infant ba^itism and dipping. On a slandorous libel 
against Dr. Oweu. Orationcs sex Oxouii habitie. 

liivT" For lives of Owen, sue Biography (p. 194). 
Ovren (John J,, D.D.) Commentary on Gospel of 
Matthew. N«_\v York, 1873. 12". . . . 3754,00 

— Com. on GosiM'l of Luke. N. Y., 1808. VI". 3751,10 

— Demonology of N.T. \In ISibl. sacra, v. IC, p. 119.| 
Owens i.yfrs. Leon). Sir Leonowens {Auno Harriet). 
OweniJ//-.s. Oetavius Freire). Heroines of history. 

Nuw ed. London. 1850. 10' 3201.21 

OTveu (Richard). Anatomy <d" vertebrates. 3 v. 

London, 180)i-);8. s". ." 4727.13 

Conlenh : v. 1. Fishes and reptiles. 2. Birds and mam- 
mals. 3. Mammals. 

— Deseription of the skeleton of an extinct gigantic 

sloth ; with observ. on the megatlierioid qua- 
drupeds. London, 1842. 4'' 4728.12 

Lectures on tiie comparative anatomy and physio- 
logy of the invertebrate animals, 2d ed. Lou- 
don, 1855. 8^ 4727.18 

Same. Vertebrate animals. Part 1. Fishes. 

London. 1810. 8^" 4727.20 

- Memoir on the pearly nautilus. L., 1832. 4'. 1828.14 

— Monou'rajths on the IJritish fossil reptilia from the 

oolitic formations. Pt. 1-2. London, PdUijontogr. 

snr.., 1801-02. 1'"' 

Contents: Pts. 1-2. Scelidosanrus Harisi-uiii and Pliosan- 
rus grandis. 

— Monograph on the fossil reptilia of the cretaceous 

formations, Ij., Palaxtniotjr. .soc.,1851-04.4'\ 

— Monograph on the fossil reptilia of the liassie for- 

mations. Pt. 1. Sauropterygia. London, Pu- 
hroniiiijr. soc, 1805. 4'^ 

— Monograph oii the fossil roptilia of tlie Wealden 

and Purbeck formations. FiOndon, Pula^oyiiotjr. 
sue, 1853-04. 4" 

— (uul Bell (Thonuus). Monograpli on the fossil rep- 

tilia of the London clay, and of the lii-iicklesham 
and other tertiaiy beds. Tjondon, PnhrortUnir. 
soc, 1849-58. 4\ .' 

— Odontography : compai'ative anatomy of the teeth ; 

their physiological rel.ation.s, mode of develop- 
ment and microscopic structui'e in the vertebi^it'' 
animals. 2 v. London, 1840-45. 1.8". . 4727.21 
Conti'nfs : v. 1. Text. 2. .Ulas. 

— Palaeontology, or extinct aninuils and their geologi- 

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— Structure of the skeleton and teeth. I^ondon, 1851. 

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Owen (Uoborfc, Engl, social reformer^ h. 1771, d. 1858). 
Lifo. By himself. With selections tVom liis 
writm^'s iiud correspondence. 2 v. London, 

lH57-5-i. 8^ :ti:{r>. u> 

Vunlnils : v. 1. Lifo. Now view of Hociety. AililrcaH at 
thfi opeuiiij; of tb(3 I^auark Instilutirni for tlui foi-niiiti<iu of 
cliiiractei-. LotUr t'» tlioahp. of Canturljiu-y on tliu uuioii 
of t;lnii-cliea autl hi-IkjoIs. 2. ViiriuiiH tracts. New vit'W 
of society, 1H18. Two rnoinnri.il.s on hoii;iIf o( tlio work- 
ing i-lasses. Ueport to tho couuty of Lanark, 1820. 

— New view of society. 4th ed. L.. 1818. 8^. 581(;.01 

— ObHcrvaUous mi tlio niauiifacturiuf^ system, yd eil. [hi Pam- 

phleteer. V. U.l GOr.H.Il 

-- R4!Vi>lution in the mind and ^^racticc of the hnni;m 

iMce. London. 18 IV). 8" ^81:1. 11 

1(4)= For livts of K. Owen, s-r Biography (p. 184). 
Ovren ^Uobe^■t Dale). Thodchatalilt' huitl l)etwoen this 
world and the next. With narratives. New 
Vorlv, 1872. 8'^ :i8ir..:j7 

— Footfalls (in the boundary of another world. Phila- 

del[.hia, 18G'J. 12'^ 3815..'i3 

— Labor, its hist, and prospectK. N.Y.,1851.12''..'593;J.08 
-Moral i>hvsic)logy ; plain treatise on the po])ula- 

tioii qiic'stion. r)th ed. N. Y., 18:il. S', 5'.tll.0H 

— Outline of the system of education at New Lanark. 

Cincinnati. 1825. 12^ 5515. 1'.J 

— Twenty-seven years of autobiography. Threading 

my way. New York, 1S71. 12^ . . . :U35.2'J 
-- (Varinns articles.] Siw p. 1)2 of huh:x to AHantic mnnllUy. 
\Vr<»ng of slavery and future of the African race in 
thr Unite,! States. Phil.. ISOl. 12^ . . 5831.27 

— ami Bicheler (<). ) Dist-ussion on the existence of 

God, and the authenticity of the Bible. 2 v. 

New York, 18:t:l 1(1" 3514.15 

Owen (U. Jones). Practice of perfumery. London, 

1H70. 12" (;i)14.2l 

Owen Meredith. p.^':wl. .SVv Bulwer-Lytton (E. R.. 2d lord Lyltun). 

Owens collrgr, {Mnnrhestvr). Essays and addresses, 

by professors and lecturers. L.,IH74. 8\ 2538.05 

f'imleiits : OpoiiiUH address by the duke of Devoiishiro. 

Greenwood (J. CI.) Some relations of culture to prartic-.-d 

life. RoscoG (H. E.) Ori{j;inal research a.s a means of edu- 

catiou. Stewart (IS.) Solar physics. Core (T- H.) Tln^ 

(listauco froui tlio aim to the earth. Dawkins (W. It ) 

Limits of knowledge of the earth. Reynolds (O.) Use of 

HtiMui. Williamson (W. C.) Primeval vegetatitm iu the 

relitlion t>) tin- dotariuea of natural selection and evolution. 

Gamgee (A ) Science and medicine. Wilkins (A. S.) Some 

hist. nsiiltK of the science of language. Theodores (T.) 

The Talmud. Breyman (H.) Provencal poetry. Bryco 

(I ) Tht: .jiiduature act of 1873 in its relation to the history 

<if the judicial syst<'m in Knglaiul. Jevons (W. S.) Tim 

railways and the state. Ward (A. \V.) The peace of Eiiroii.'. 

Owenson (Sidney). ,SVi* Morgan {Kndi/ S, i),) 

Owl and the m-^htiiif^'ale. -SVf Guildford (Nicholas de). . 50flO.U 

Owl cr.-i-k letters. .SV.v Prime (W. C.) 1818 3585.'2> 

Owls-glass. ;«<(('/. .S'tc Rebel brag. »;tc. 18G5 0:32.24 

Oxberry ( \Vm. ) Flowers of literature ; encycl. of 
anecdote. 4 v. London, 1821-22. 12^. . (>il7.11 

— New English drama. 12 v. L., 1818-20. 12^. 1734. ID 

Confiiitf : V. 1. New way to pay old debts, by P. Massiu- 
ger. Rivals, by R. B.Sheridan. West Indian, by R. (.'um- 
herlaud, Hyjtociite. by L Bickerstafl". Jealous wife, by (J 
Colmau. 2. Begj^ar's opera, by J. Gay. Duenna, by R. B. 
Sheriilau. Love in a village, by I. BickerstiitT. Maid of 
thr mill, by I. Bickerstutf. Lionel and Clarissa, by I. 
Bickerstaff. 3. Richard in., by Shakspeare, Hamlet, by 
Shalispeare. Is he jealous, by S. Beasley. Alexander the 
Great, by N. Lee. Way to keep him, by A. Murpliy. 4. 
She stoops to conquer, by O. Goldsmith. Venice prc- 
Hi-rved. hy T. Otway. The wonder, by Mrs. Centlivrc 
Castle spectre, by M. G. Lewis. Woo.iinau's hut. 5. (.'lan- 
destint! marriage, by G. Colman and I). <iarrick. Soldier'a 
danghttr, hy A. (3herry, Othello, by Sliakspeare. Distrist 
mother, by A. Philips. Provoked husband, by J. Vaubrugh 
anil C. (Jibber. 6. Deaf and dinub. by T, Hohiroft. Busy, 
body, by Mrs. Ocntlivre. Romeo and Juliet, by Shalt- 
Hpeare. lielle's stratigem, by Mrs. Cowley. Recruiting 
otticer, by G.Tarquhar. 7. Bold stroke, by Mrs. Centlivr.-. 
Jtj)a'l t'l ruin, by T. Holcroft. Beaux' sti-iitagem, by G. 
Farquhar. Ab you like it, by Shakspeare. King John, by 
Shakspeare. 8. Country girl, by Wycherl -y. Jane Shore, 
by N. Rowe. (!oriolauus, liy Shakspeare. Suspicions hiLs- 
baud. by Dr. lloadly. Mei'ry wives of Windsor, by Shak 
speare. 9. Criti(\ by R. B. Sheridan. Rosina. by 1-'. 
Brookes. Honest thieves, by T. Knight. Mayor of (iar- 
ratt. I»y S. l-Vote. Three weeks after marriage, by A. Mur- 
phy. Shipwreck, by S. J, Arnold. Rugantino. by Mrs. 
(i. Lewis. 10. King Lrar, by Shakspeare. Inconstant, by 
G. I'aiquliar. M»Tchant of Venice, by ShakRi>eare, Rule 
a wife and havn a wile, by K, IJeaunmut and J. l-'letcher. 
11, Magpie, by D. Garrick. Quaker, by C. Dibden. Citizen. 
by A. Murphy. Deserter, by C. Dibden. Miser, by H. Field- 
ing. Lying valet, by D. Garrick. Who's the dupe, by Mrs. 



Cowley. 21. Guy Mannering. by D. Terry. Cyrabeline, by 
Shakspeare. 'I'welfth night, by Shakspeare-. Cuufederaey, 
by J. Vaidjrngh, |)tmgla.«v, by J Home Wh'el of fortune, 
by R. (Ininberland. The struuger, by U. Tliompeou. Wild 
oats, by J. O'Keeir*;. 

Oxeadea (Ashton, JJ.JJ., hp.) Parables of our Lord. 
7t]i ed. London, IKd'.). 16" 3581.22 

— Portraits fn)ni the Bible. Old TestanH;nt. Lon- 

don. IS7I. 18' 35«J.<>4 

■ -Sani--. New Testament. L., 1871. 18". XOHl.Oa 
Oxeaedes (Johannes de). Chronica. Ed. by Sir H. 

Ellis. L., 185*). 8. [Rolls chronicles.] '5 110. 
Oxeiiford (John). Illustrated book of French songs. 

London, 1855. 12° 1075.07 

— and Freiliag (C. A.) Tales from the German. 

Translated. London. 1844. 8^ . . . 255.04 

ajf Fur plays by J. O.. sr^e Plays (arranyd hy authors). 

Oxeaham i Ibury Nutcombe). Kecollections of Ober- 

Amm.^rgau in 1871. L., 1871. IG^ . . 17:t4.:i3 

Oxford ( Un'wersUij of ). S-o Countries ( (Xifoi-d, p. 355) ; 

also 

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— (hpleslini. ( K, hp. of IJundaff ). Reply to the calum- 

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- HofjersiJ.KT.) Education in Oxford. 18(U. 5515.22 

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Oxford. 18(',H 5514.23 

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Oxford. Oxford. 1873. IG^. 5.511.00 

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guide); Macmillan, Oct., 1871 (Early hist, of O.. by J. R. 
Green): Nov. 18G9 (Oxford slang); Blackw. mag., v. «I, 
1H57 (Oxford and Thoma^j Uearne). 

titf .S'"- 'ih>i University education. 
Oxford English prize essays. New ed. 5 v, Ox- 
Ibrd, 183G. 8". 2541.11 

Cinif'-nta : v. 1. Scott (J.) Advantages and disadvantages 
of travelling. Grattan (J.) On Sculpture. Lowth (T.) ArcL- 
iteeture, Addington (H.) Painting and writing. Burgess 
(T.) On the study of antiquities. Robertson (.\.) On origi- 
nal composition. Barker (C.) On the use of histoiy. 
Hall (C. H.) On the use of medals. Blackstoue (H.) On 
dramatic composition. Abbott (C.) On the use and abuse 
of satire. Benwell (W,) In what arts have the moderun 
excelled the anri.nls. Richards (<i.) On ancient and mod- 
ern jjoetry. Hodson (F.i Inlluence of <-ducation and gov- 
ernment on naUonal character. Taunton (\V. E ) Popu- 
larity, Phillpots (H ) Influence of a religious principle. 

2. Street (S.) On painting. Bartlam (J.) Liberty. Cop- 
leston (E.) On .■\grJculturo. Phillimore (J-) Chivalry. 
Mant(It.) On commerce. Rudd (El Connection between 
intelh-i.-tual and moral excellence. Jackson (J-) Socrates. 
Wilson (L).) Common sense. Kendy (A.) Utility oi cla.ssi- 
c^l learning. Heber (11) A sense of honour. Marsh (E. 
G.) Posthumous lame. G-rey (C.) Hereditary rank. Bur- 
ney (0. P.) Love of country. Whately (It.) The arts iu 
which modiMUs have been less snrcesslid than aueiftits. 

3. Attfield(W.| Funeral honours. Keble(J.i On ttanela- 
tion from dead laugu;iges. Coleridge (J. T.) Etymology. 
liardon(R) EugUsli literature of Ih.- 17th and 18th cen- 
turies. Arnold (T-) l'^fft-*cts of colonization on the parent 
state. Milman (11. H.) Comparativt- i-stimate of sculpture 
and painting. Ogilvie (C. A.) Oil the union of classical 
wilh nnithematical studies. Adolphus (J. L.) Biography. 
Rickards (S.) Greek and Latin poetry. MacdonncU (A.) 
Influen<-e of the drama. Sandford (D. K.) Study nl mod- 
ern history. 

4. Shirley (W. A.) Study of moral evidence. Plnmer (('. 
J.) Piildic spii-it among the ancients. Churlon (W. R.) 
Ath<Mis in thi" time of Pericles, ami Home in the lijne of 
Augustus. Moberly (G.i Uude ami refined ages, and works 
o! fi.tion. Oakeley \V.) lnthien«e of .TU-sades. SewelHW.) 
tlfnnestic virtues and manners of the Greeks aud Ilomans, 
Denison (G. A.) Power .and slal>ility of ted. government-'^. 

5. Eden (C. P.) Use aud abuse of theory. Harrison (IS.) 
Study of languages as it relates to the philosophy of the 
human mind. Wall (II,) Emulation. Anstice fJ.) Intlu 
ence of the Roman c(mfiuest8 upon literature antl arts in 
Rome. Mozley (J. E) lutlueuce of the ancient oracles. 
Vaughan (H. II,) Etlects of a national taste for general 
r(a<lnig. Jackson (J) Socrates. 

Oxford essaj's, by nj(?iiibers of that University. 4 v. 

London, 1855-58. 8° , 2538.19 

Contents. 
1855. Sellar (W. Y.) Lucretius. Froude (J. A.) Teach- 
ing English history. Palgrave (F. T.) .Alfred de Mussel. 



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Smith (H. J S.) Thn I'lur.ality nf wcrWa. Cowcll (K I!) 
I'l'iKJaii litniutiirn. Thomson (W.) Oriimi and itH cxcusch. 
Phillips (■Tolinl. Oxfonl i;i-..l.it;y. Sandars (T. CM I||.(;.'1'« 
IMiilosciphy cil rinlit. Pattison (Mark), (Ixfrird «liidii'H. 

1856, Miillcr (,Max), M.vUmlc^y, Bernard (Mum tin;ui'.| 
W;ir lawn aiiil nr^a^iM. Butler ((icnrt,'i ), Uiiphai-l drawirit^H 
in Oxford, Morris (Wni. OCtinnnr), Land nyKtrin in Ires 
land. Temple (I'M National cdncatinn. King (U.. I, I Car- 
loviiit,'iaii ri)nianc'('. Smith ((ioldwin), (*i)nt,'reve'H Uotnan 
enipii 1 IIm' west. 

1857, Gladstone (W, H,) IlnnnT, Duff (M. K. Ilrant), 
Sicily, Wilson (H, 11.) Christian conipridinnsi.ni. Free- 
man (H, A.) .Mil ic'Tit (liec'cii and ni.-dia'val Italy, Powell 
(Uailnn), Nalnral tlieitln^ry, Bridges(.I, If ) Ji-wh i>f Knrnpn 
in thci niiddlii aijis. Church (K, W ) Mnntainne, Scllar 
(W, Y,) ■I'hn.ydiduB, 

1858, Conington (.1.) Poetry ot pope, Cecil (Ltnil It, 
(Jaseoi^^nc). Parliamentary leforni. Grant {.Sir Alexanilei'), 
Ain-ient Htoii-s, Buchanan ((',) llynniHand liyinii writci-w, 
Dasent (G. Weldi , NorRcim-n in liudand. Phillimoro (.1. 
(1,) Caunn law. Smith ((ioldwin), Oxfin-d univ, retbrni. 



wr, 



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Oxford reformers of 1 P.W. ,SV. Sccbohm (F,) 
Oxford tracts, .SVc Tracts tor the times. 
Oxus ami the Indus, .v.r Bell (Evans), 1K71, 
Oxus river. .SV« Countries {f).nfs. p, :ir),'i). 

Oysters. 

— Srheir ilf ri/v (.1/.) /« /ii'.s- Wonders of tho deep, p. 17(;-21H, 

A''-'; ii-lso Kd, r<>v„ v, 127, lK(j8 (Oysters and oyster Usher 
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in tli(^ 5th century, Tr, by A, (!, Glyn, 2 v, 
PhiladclDliia. IHCw,' 12", .'....'. i\:i.\r, 

— PiIgrimiif,'o to tli« laii.t of tin; Ci.l, Tr, l)y V. S. 

Nbw York, 1875. Ifr' ' 982.20 

Si^r notices of Ozaiiam itt r'.ath, world. Feb,. 1H77. 

Ozone, Fii.r (t'. H.) Ozonmnil tiiitozoiu!, INT-!, 4.! 1 7, 01 
- W'llirrill [f. iM.) Ozone and auto7,one. |/)i Sm, rci>ort. IHi;i.| 

Pacchiarotto an<l Innv he worked in distemper, .V.v Browning 
(K-l IliJJ 18 

Pacheco iftonna Maria), .S'-v James (O. P, H,) i\Truin'irs of cele- 
brated women. 1870 ;i'25I,I0 

Pachyderms, .S"'c Natural history. 

Pacific mail Kteamshiii company. Otis (K iV. ) His- 
tory of. 18i;7 llfiS.M 

Pacific ocean, .'^'■■^ Countries. I'tr. tPtwiJic nr.ran. p, 35.'»). 

Pacific railroad. Countries {TJniipd Stall's: {lOVfi-nmntl surwys, 
p. 382) ; — also Swallow (fi, 0,) Geolof«ical rejiort of the 
country alout^ tiie line of the sou(liwcHtel-|i blanch of the 
Pacific railroad. Missouri, 1H,V,I, |ll;i3,25| ;— Whitney (A,) 
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Pacific states. .S'cc Cowntries {Cali/ornia. p. '2117 ; — Onyim, p, :iG.'i), 

Packard (Alpheus Sprints, /Kl),) Uistory of tile liuuker Hill 
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Packard ( Alpln'us Spring, jr. ) Guiile to stmly of in- 
Kftcts, and treatise on those injurious to orojis. 
Salem, 18C9. 8' 482;!. iri 

— Directions for collecting and preserving insects, Washing- 

ton, 1873, h\ [In Sm, miscel, coll.. v. 11,] . . . 3935.21 

— Half hours with insects. Boston, 1877. 12'^. 4823.27 

— Life histories of anim.ils, inclnrling man ; or com- 

parative embryology. N. Y., 1870. 8". . 47:17.1(1 

— Monograph of the geonietriil moths or phala'nithe 

of the United States. \Vash., 187i;. -I , [IT. S, 
Geol, survey of the territories, v. 10.] . 112(1,22 

— Our common insects, Salem, lS7;i. 12". . 

— Report on tho Kock.v nionnt-aiii locn.st, and other i 

.inrious to crops, [In Hayden's (,'i'nt, anil gi-oi/r. 
Ilir leirilin-if's. llt.h report. IS?.";,] 

Packard (R'-v. David Temple), Dawn of the moruiug : sermon, 
Somervillo, Dec, '28. 1802, Bost.m, 1803, 8', . , 3031,09 

Packard ( ytrs. E, P. W.) Modern persecution, or in- 
sane asylums unveiled. 2 v. llartlord, 1875. H". 

Packard (.loseph). Book of Malaehi, Expounded, N.Y., 1874 
H\ \hi Lange (.1, P,) Comment, O. T,. v. IC] , . 37'25,2:l 

Packe ((!lnirles). Guide to the Pyrenees, 2d ed, 
London, l'S(;7, IC ' .....'... 984.21 

Paddock (Wilbur F. ) Eyes and eai-s abroad. Phila- 
delphia, 187:1. IC 941. 2;i 

Paez (Ramon). Wild scenes in South America ; the 
Jjlanos of Venezuela. N. Y., 18(12. 12°. IKaill 

Pagan or christian architecture? iVc Muir (W. .1. C.) . 1312.21 

Paganism. 'SVf! Biblical and religious lit. {tii:ligian and rdigions. 
11, 101)) ;— Mythology (p. 801). 

Page (Charles G. ) Psychomancy : sjiirit-rappings and 
table-tipiiings exposed. N.' Y., 1853. 12". 3812.49 

Page (David). Advanced text-book of geology. 4th ed, 
Edinliurgh and Loudon, 1807, 12°. . . 4112,33 

— Handbook of geol. terms, geology, and physictd 

geography. 2d ed. Edin., 18G5. 12°. . 4fl2.:!l 



4822.21 
nsects in- 
siLVKry iif 

. 4110,29 



Man : where, whence, and whither? his natural his- 
tory relations. New York, 1808. 10°. . 47:12.01 
I'asl and present life id the gUdje. Edinburgh 
1«01. 8' 4112.15 

Page (l)avid P.) 'I'lieory and practice of teaching. 
New York, 18.52. 12" 5514,02 

Page ill. A., psm,l. „f M,:e. yiijiii). 'I'lioimis be 
Quiiicey : liis life and writings. With corresp, 

2 V New York. 1877. 12" :t047.2.'i 

- Thoreaii : his life and aims. H., 1877. 10". 3171.23 

Page (I, ) Guide for di-iuviiig Die acanthus, and or- 
nameiilal fcdiage, London, [18.,(i|, \-l . 1451,13 

Page (Ricliard), ll.inks and banking, liy Daniel 
llardcaKtie, psiiiil. London, bSI2, 12", ', .59:i:i,24 

P.ige Clhoinas), Ue]iortoii tho harbors of Holyhead and I'orth- 
dyn, Haiti. |/ii Woale's iiuar, papers, |.l, .I,) , , ,3918,13 

Page (Tliomas .1, ) La Plata, I he Argentine confedera- 
tion, and I'araguay, 1853-50. N, V, l8.-,9.8 , 11.55. IC 

Page (\Vm.. /o/-./ Ilnlhnhi/). (!ontinuity of scripture. 
4th ed, London, 1809, 12, ..'... :i.557.0S 

Paget (John). Hungary .tnd 'riansvlvania New ed. 
2 V. Lonilon, 1n5()'. 8, , , , . 9C6.1!) 

Paget (John, hurrislcr). Inipiiry inio the charges 
brouglit by Maeaulay ag.iinst Win. renn Edin- 
burgh, 18.58. 10". '. :ii:t7.12 

Partidoxes and puzzhs. L., 1871. 8. . , 25:18,11 
CtjidniH : The New " exaynt'ti '' 1, Lord iMaran:ay and tho 
duke of Marlborough, '2. Lord Ma» aiilay and tlie niass.acrc of 
fileneoe. 3. Highlaiidsof Scotland, 4, Lord Mac.aillay awl 
Onndce, 5, Lord Maeaulay and William Pelili. I'ttniica- 
titm.t : 1. Nelson and (Jaiai-ciolo, 2, 1-ady Hamilton, 3, 
Wigtown martyrs, 4, Itecoliections ollord Hyroii. .'(.Lord 
Dyron and his calumniators. Jiulirial pn::l.-s : Elizabeth 
Canning, Thn Canipdeu wondt-r. The Annesley ease, 
Eliza l-'cmiing, Spencer t^owper's ease, Klenients of 
ilrawing, A iliy at Antweri). Unbensaud Kuskiii. ^Jeorge 
('rnikshaidt, .lolm liCech, 

Paget (Tliomas), Letter to Iticanlo. on the true principle of ea- 
timatilig the extent of the late depreciation in the cur- 
rency ; and on the itTci-t of Peel's bill for resnmplinn of 
Oiish payments by the l".aidi. London. 18-22, 8 . In .'i7'21,05 

Paige (Lui-ius It,) History of (lambridge. Mass., 
1030-1877. With a genetilogical register. Bos- 
ton, 1877. 8° 594.20 

Paljkiill (C. W.) A Kumiiier in Icel.and. Tr. by M. 
11. liarnaril, London, 18(;8, K', . . , 11-12.17 

Pain and suffering (Moral aspeetK of), ,Vcc Biblical and religions 
literatllro {l\>nniilulti>n in ajjli<-liitn, p, 82), 

Paine (Caroline), Tent and harem : an oriental trip. 
New York, 18.59, 12° 1082,1:) 

Paine (Martyn). Physiology of the suti land instinct, 
as distinguished from inaterialJKm, New York, 

1872, 8 3.581.24 

Paiiie (Uobert Treat). Works in vei-se and prose. 

With life. Boston, 1812. 8° 5062.10 

Cimhnis : Sketidiea of life. Tributary lines. College ex- 
ercises. Miseel. poems. Odes ami songs. Prose writings. 
Paine (Thimiasi, Age of reason. B.,1870. 10". 3.582.10 
~ Politii^al writings. 2 v, Boston, 1850. 8". 5710.01 
t'onli-nts . v, 1 Brief sketch of life. Common sense. 
Epistle to (Quakers, The crisis. Public good. On the 
claim o( Va. to the western t'-rritiiry. Letter to abbe 
Raynal, Letter to Washington, Letti-r from W:isliingtou 
to Paine, Dissertitions on government, the bank, and 
jiaiicr money. Anecdote of .lames Monroe and Knfus 
King, Address from Bordcntown, To the Engl, people 
on the invasion of England. To tlie Ereiich inhabitaDta 
of La. To the citizens of Pa, on calling a convention. Of 
eonstitntious, governments, and charters. Remarks on 
the political and military artairs of Europe. Of the English 
navy, liemarks on Gov, Lewis's speech to the legislature 
ofN,Y, Of gunboats. Of the coiniiai-ati\e powers and ex- 
pense of ships of war. gunboats, and tortifi- atious. Re 
marks on Hale s resolutions, at Albany, Three letters lo 
Moi-gan Lewis, on his in-osccntion of Thoina-. Farmer, On 
tlio question. Will there be war'^ Koyal pe«ligree, 

2, Prospects on the Uubicon, Kiuhts of man. Letter 
to the .authors of the Republican, Letter to tho abbe 
.Sieves. Addr. to the addressers. Letters to lord Onslow, 
Dissert, on first itriuciplt s of gov, Speecli in the French 
nat, convention. Letters to Dnndas, Decline and fall of 
the Engl, system of finance. Letter to the people ofFrance, 
ICeasons fn'r in-eserviiig the life of Louis C,ipet, Agrarian 
jnstii-e. opposed to agrarian law. aud to agrarian luoimpoly. 
Letter to the people of Fnance. and the French armies, on 
the 18(h Fruetidor (Sept, 4, I7',I7) and its consequences. 
Letter to the sheriff of the county of Sussex, Letters lo sir 
A, Macdonald. atf-y-geu., on the prosecution against the 
'Rights of man." Letter on the propriety of bringing 
Louis XVI. to trial. Speech in the nat convention on the 
question. ' Shall or shall not a respite of the seuti-uce et 
Louis XVI. take place.' On Louisiana and emissaries 



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Paiae (Thomas), Political writings {mntmued). 

Chiillenfio to Ibe fedeialistB, Liberty of tbe press. Tlio 
emishary Culleii. Cotiiiiiuuicati'in on (Uilloii. Federal, 
ists begiimiu}; to reform. To a frieuil of peace. Notiflea. 
tioDH reeiiectiiig lUo iinposlur CuUen. Ol the affairs of 
EDRlaud. To tbe people of New York. Reply to Chootbam. 
Eitraet of a letter to Dr. MiteUell, senator for Now York. 
Keprimaiid to Cbeelham. Cbei!tbani aud bis tory paper. 
Note to Chectbam. To the eitizeus of New York. Tbo 
emissary Cbe<;tbam. To tUe federal faction. Memorial to 
congress. To congress. To the speaker of tbo bo. of rep. 

~ Theologieiil works. Lonacii, 182). 8'. . .3.")8J.U2 
Contents : Ago of reason. Letter to T. Erskiue, on tbo pro- 
secution of T. Williams, for publisbiug tbe Ago of reason. 
Disconrse to tbe Society r)f pbilautbropists at Paris. Letter 
to Camille .lordau, occasioned by bis report on public wor- 
flbip. Examination of tbo prophecies cone. Jesus Cbiist. 
Prefixed, An essay on dreams. Extract of a reply to the 
bp. of Llandiiff. Origin of freemasonry. Letter to Samuel 
Adams. Misrcl. pieces. Poems. 

— Whole procfpilint^s on trial of T. P. for libel upon 

the crown [in the ' Rights of man ']. Dublin, 
1793. 8 571.5.27 

— Ingersnll [H. il .) Oration on Thomas Paine. [Inliis Gods. 

aud other lectures. I87G.| 3,->ni.31 

— Levi (fl.) Defence of tbe Old Test- : letters to T. P. . S.'iSa.cJO 

— Wiricheslev ( E. ) Ten letters, in answer to ' The age 

of reason.' 3(1 ed. IKII 3623.12 

J85" For lives of Paine, see Biography (p. 184). 
Painter (Howard). Report on the metallurgy of lead, silver, 

copper, and /.inc. [U. S. fVini. to Int. extdb. at Vienna. 1873. 

Reports, V. 4. 1H75.] 3i)l(i.l« 

Painters camp. .V<v Hamerton (P. li.) 1867 il.')3.'i2 

Painters, sculptors, r/c. .v,,- Clement (.tf is. C. E.) 1874. 1413.05 
Painting. See Fine !a<s{I'iiinti«ij. i>. 'A<S) :— Arts (Useful: Paint- 

iitfj and varnistitnff. )i. 45 ; — Carriage painting, p. 40). 
Pajon fHenri). Histoirc du prince Soly et de la priucesse Felee. 

[In Gamier. Voyages imag., v. '25, 1788 | . . . . 7027.25 

— Les contes. [In Cabinet des fees. v. 34.) 7052.34 

Palace and hovel ; or phases of London life. See Kirwan (D. 

J.) 1870 ll.W.IS 

Palace beautiful, and otherpoonis. ,<ff.' Newell (R.H.)l«G5.1li74.05 
Palace .if anliitcctnre. .V.c Wightwick (Ucorge). 1840. 1315.34 
Paleography. See Writing. 
PalEeoiitogiaphical sncietv. I'ulilications. v. 1-20, 

1817-(;(;. London, 184S-r,7. -r 

A^,,/,, _F()r Citnteiits see Geology (p. 574 of this Catalogue). 
Palaiontology. See Geology (l'alir,inli,lngy. p. 574). 
Palestine. See Countries {I'atesliue. p. 355). 
Palestine (Airs of). .SV; Pierpont ( lobn), 1840. . . .1670.04 
Palestine exploration lunrl. The recovery of Jeru- 
salem. A narrative of exploration and discover}- 
in the Holyland. By Cajit. Wilson, Capt. War- 
ren, elc. With an introd. by .\. P. Stanley. Ed. 
by W. Morrison. London. 1870. 8°. . .1014.12 
^ Our work in Palestine. N. Y., 1873. 12'". . 1052.23 
Paley (Wm. ) View of the evidences of Christianity. 

New York, 18 j7. IC' 3.V82.01 

Same. [In Christian literature. 1847.] 3538.01 

^ — Same. With annot. by R. Whately. New Y'ork, 
1860. 8= 3582.05 

— Hora; Paulin.-B. New York, 1854. 8°. . .3522.12 
Same. [In Christian literature. 1847.] 3538.01 

— Natural theology. Phil, 1802. 12°. . .3582.08 
Same. With notes by lord Brougliam. Ed. by A. 

Potter. 2v. N.Y., in.d.\ 18^ [H. F. L.] 3.582.06 

— Principles of moral and political philosophy. New 

ed. Londcm. 1817. 8' ."5613.12 

Same. New York, 1849. 12^ 513C..05 

lFai/i((n«///( ( L. ) Vindication of P.aley's theory 

of morals. 1830 ' . 5136.06 

— Sermons on several subjects. Sermons on public 

occasion,s. New York, 1821. 21°. . . .3.582.09 

— Sleptien{L) Hist, of English thought in the lath century. 

V. 1-2. 1870. {Consult index in v. 2.) 5426.26 

j$;g- For lives of Paley, ..!'>■ Biography {p. 183). 
Palfrey (Francis Winthrop). Memoir of Wm. Francis 
Bartlett. Boston. 1878. 12" 3015.33 

— Biography of H. L. Abbott. [In Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.] 
Palfrey (John (lorham). History of New England. 

V. 1-4. Boston, 18.58-75. 8° ,595.04 

Life of Wm Palfrey. Boston, 1848. 10°. . 3241.17 

— Sermon at dedication of the 12tb Congr. church in Boston. 

1824. B.iston, 1825. 8° 3681.20 

Palfrey (.Wis- s- Sarah H. ) Premiees. By E. Foxton, 

[p.'iewl.] Boston, 18.)5. 16'. . . .". . 1675.14 

it'S^ For novels of this autluu' .fee Fiction class-list (11.510.) 

Palgrave (Sir Francis). History of Normandy and 

of England. 4 v. Loudon," 1851. 8''. . "is4.17 

;Vo(*;.— Reviewed in Blackw. mag., v. 81, 1857. 

— History of the Anglo-Saxons. [To 1066. ] Loudon, 

1854. 16°. . .' 473.01 



Same. New ed. London, 1867. 12°. . 473.28 

— Truths and fictions of the middle ages. The Mer- 

chant [Marco Polo] and the friar [Roger Baconl. 

London, 1837. 16" 443.08 

Palgrave (Francis Turner). Descriptive h.andbook 
to the fine art collections in tin: International ex- 
hibition of 1862. 2d ed., rev. L, 1862. 12°. 1433.23 

— Essays on art. New York, 1867. 12°. . . 1411.21 

— - Golden treasury of songs and lyrical jioi'ius. Cam- 

bridge, 1863. 16°. ..."..... 167."i.08 

— Hymns. 2d ed. New York, 1868. 24°. . 1675.25 
^ Life of Sir Walter Scott. Phil., 1871. 12. 3157.24 

- Lyrical poems. London, 1871. 16°. . . 1675.27 

Palgrave (Reginald F. U. ) The House of <ommons : 

its history and iiractice. L., 1869. 16'. 5712.02 

Palgrave iWm. Gilibrd). Dutch Guiana. With (dan 

and map. London, 1876. 8' 11(;2.L'6 

— Essays on Eastern questions. L., 1872. 8'. 1033.17 

Contents : Abkbasian insurrection. Eastern ehristianB. 
The Mahometan ' revival.' Mabometiiuism in tbe Levant. 
Mouiislery of Snmelas. The poet 'Omar. Ta'abbet .Shur- 
ran. the brigand. The Tui'komans and other tribes of the 
nortbea-st Turkish fronOer. 

— Hermann Agb;.. New York, I87'2. 12°. . 44.3.08 

— Pcrsonid narrative of a journey through central and 

eastern Arabia, 186'2-63. L., 1868. 12°. 1042.09 
Palimpsest literature. Uusselt {C. ir.) In Afternoon lectures, 

V. 4, 1867 ; p. '.n.]35 2.512.23 

Palissy (Bernard). See Biography (p. 184). 

Palladius (Kutilius laurus ^milianus). On hus- 

bondrie. Ed. liy B. Lodge. Pt. 1. London, 

187'2. h. [Early "Engl, text Koc, no. .52.1 7911.07 

— De re rnstica. lie I'agricultnre. [/itNisard. Les agrouomes 

latins. Paris. 1864. 8".] 77'i5.01 

PalUfviciiio ( Ferrante). The celestial divorce : from 

tile Italian. London, 1718. 16°. . . . 3.581.23 
Palleske lEmili. Schiller's life and works. Tr. by 

ladv Wallace. 2 v. London, 18<iO. 8°. . 3156.08 
Palliii (William.) The Charlier shoe. Dublin, 1872. 

12' 4627.16 

PaUiser ( Afr.i. Fanny Bury). China collector's pocket 

coiupanion. [Marks and monograms.] 3d ed. 

London, 1875. 1(!° . 1453.22 

— Historic devices, badges, and war-cries. London, 

1870. 8° 1452.16 

~ History of l.ace. 2d ed. L., 1869. 8°. . .3932.04 
Palliser (F. iiml M. A ) Mottoes for monuments ; or 

ei.itaphs. London. 1872. 12° 6215.00 

Palliser (.lolm). Solitary rambles and adventures of 

a hunter in the ]iraii'ies. L., 18.^,3. 8°. . 4624.05 
Palm tiee. .V.v Botany {Paloi tree. p. 225); a/.v.iPop. sci. monthly 

(The cocoaunt palm, and its uses, by C. R". Lee). 
Palmer (Alicia I'indal). Memoirs of John Sobieski, 

king of Poland. London, 1815. 8°. . . 3164.10 
Palmer (Ch.arles). A collection of select aphorisms 

.and maxims. London, 1748. 4°. . . .6217.09 
Palmer (Edward Henry). The desert of the Exodus. 

2 V. Cambridge, "(/&;//.,) 1871. 8°. . .1044.15 

— Concise dictionary of the Persian language. Lon- 

don, 1876. 16°." . 6441.05 

— Oriental mysticism : Sutiistic and unitarian theoso- 

phy of the Persians. Camb., 1867. 16°. 3-582.03 
Palmer (Elisha). Principles of nature ; moral causes of happi- 
ness and misery among the humau species. London. ISiy. 

8'. l/H Deist ('i'bel. V. 1] 3548.'20 

Palmer ((reorge). Kidnajijiing in the South Seas. 

[New Hel)rides, Fiji, c(c.] Edin.,1871. 8°. 1065.19 

Palmer (Jnhn Williamson). The Golden dragon ; or 

up and <lown the Irrawaddi. N.Y., 1856. 12 .1023.15 

— New itnd old ; or California and India in romantic 

aspects. New York, 1859. 12° 1114.04 

— Poetry of compliment and courtship. Boston, 

186 -i. 16" 1675.10 

Palmer (Josejjh). Necrology of alumni of Harvard 

college, 1851-2—1862-3. Boston, 1864. 8". 3247.22 
Palmer (Peter S. ) History of Lake Chamjilain, 1609- 

1814. Albany, 1866. 8° 1111.29 

Palmer (Raj', D.I).) Home ; or the unlost paradise, 

[a poem]. New York. 1873. 16°. . . . 1675.34 

— Christ going forth to purify the worM : sermon before the 

For. evau. snc.N. Y.. !\Iaj 7. 1M4S. Albany. 1851. 8°. 3631.11 

— Sermon on tbe aim aud niethod of tbe jn-cacber. Albany, 

IS.W 8° 3631.11 

Palmer ( Sir Roundell). liook of praise from the Engl, 
hymn-writers. Camb., (jUnss.,) 1864. 16°. 1675.09 



XH£ BBOOKIiTN LIBRARY. 



PALMER PARDONING 



835 



Palmer (Siiuiuol). General history of jniuting. Lou- 
don, 1733. -1° 27. 5. 12 

Palmer i l.'e.r. Win., of Wwin'skr coll., Oxford). CJri- 
giues liturgicie, or antiquities of the Juiglish 
ritual, and a di.ssertation on primitive liturgies. 

2 V. London, 1832. 8^ 37U7. 12 

— A treatise on the church of Christ. 2 v. Loudon, 

1830. 8^ 3:,8.'.-il 

Palmer iWni., of Mdjjihdi'ii roll., Oxford). Egyi'tiaii 
chronicles ; witlj aitpcndix of Babylotiiaii and 
As.syrian autiiiuities. 2 v. L., 18Gl'. 8 . I(l7ii.ni 

— Introduction to early christian symbolism. Lou- 

don, 1859. Hi" 14l2.1(; 

— The Patriarch [Nicon] and the tsar. v. 1-G. Lon- 

don, 1871-7(1. 8' . 3583.21 

Contents: v. 1. KopiifH nf Nii'.on. Tiarifil. from tlio 
Russ. 2. Testimonies couierniii;^ the patnareb Nlroii. tho 
tsar, and the buyar.s. from tiie travels uf Mae;triu8. 3. Hist, 
of the couilenmatiou of Nicou : written by Puisiiis Li- 
garidcs. 4-6. .Services of Nicou to the c-hureh ami state, 
and their requital by the creation of a merely national 
church, with ptiuishments which ensued. 

Palmer {(Jen. Wm. J.) Report of surveys in 18C7-6S, 
for extending the Kansas Pacific railway to the 
Pacitic ocean. Phila., 18(j'.1. 81 . . . 1134.0(; 

Palmerin of Euglaud. Srr Hurtado (Luis) 221. SO 

Palmerston ^Lord). .Sty Temple (Ucury John, viscount I'atnierston). 

Palmetto leaves. .SVe Stowe (H. B.j 1S73 1132.12 

Palmetto pictures. [Poems.] N. Y., 1863. 12°. 1G75.13 
Palmistry. 

— Criii.; (.1. /.'.) Book of the hand. 1867. . 3813.10 

— Iii'tkman{J.\ Art of divining by the hand. 1()52. l/« Whar- 

ton (Sir (.1.) Worlis. loss.] 5077.IIJ 

Palmyra. .V'^ Countries {l\fliniira, p. 3.56). 

Palsy S'^r Medicine {Nervous system, p. 703). 

Paltock (Robert). Les aventures dc Pierre Wilkins. [hi Gar- 

nier. Voyages imag., v. 22-23. | 7027.22 

— Life and adventures of I'eter Wilkins; Philadel- 

phia, [H.<i] 8° 223.78 

Pampas iiud .\udo8. iVt Bishop (N. H.) 1164.1.5 

Pamphleteer (The), v. l-2:». L., 1813-28. S'. 50o8.Ul 
A'ote. — V. 29 contains a classed list of artLcles. which arc 
entered in this Catalogue under tho names of their authors 
and subjects. 
Pamphlets. Disraeli {I.) Pamphlets, [in his Amenities of lit- 
erature, v. 2, 1855.1 2762.02 

— Olilys ( ll'm.) Dissertations upon pami>hlets. [In Morgan 

(.J.) Pliceuix BrilannicuB p. S.53-r)(V2.| Gli5li.l6 

Pampinea and other poems. ,SV.' Aldrich ( T. U.) 1S61. . IGI2.US 
Panacea Britauuica. »r Attwood (U. W) ISCfi. . . . 35I4.0'J 
Panama (Istlinuls of). See Countries il\inoma, p. 3561. 
PandoUini (Agnolo). .■See Ohphant {Mrs. M. O. W.) Makers of 

Florence. 1876 ; p. 1.5.5- 1,S2 537.21 

Pandurang Hari, or memoirs of a Hindoo. [By T. II. Otth-y.] 

3 v. Loudon, 182G. 12' 1031. lU 

Jfauegyrlci veteres. [i-xii.] Cum notis et inter)i. 

5v. London, Vali>>/, 1828. 8' 7715.21 

V. 1-2. Vit.^' C. C. PliDii Secundi. Panegyricus Trajano 
dictns. Nota) variorum, ete. 

3. Vita Diocletiaui et Maximiani. Claudii Maiuertiui 
panegyricus. Claudii Mauiertiui Maximiano u. Angusto. 
Eumeuii pro iustaurandis scholis. Eumenii panegyricus, 
Coustantio Ciesari, rccepta Britannia. Inrerti panegy- 
ricus Maximiano et Constantino. Eumenii panegyi-icus 
Constantino ii. Angusto. Eumenii gratiarum actio Con- 
stantino .\ugusto Flaviensium nomine. Incerti paue^vri- 
cus Constantino ii. Augusto. Nazarii panegyricus (!on- 
stantinoii. Augusto. Claudii Mameitiui gratiarum actio 
Juliano, Drepanii piuegyriciis Theodosio Augusto. 
4-5. Not® variorum, etc. 

Panics (in business). See Political economy {Tanics). 

Panics (ill biitlle). ,Se.e Atlantic, v. 8. 18111 ; p. 192-50.5. 

Panizzi (.\ntouio). Essay on the romantic narrative poetry of 
the Italians ; with memoirs, etc. [In his ed. of Bojardo 
and Ariosto. v. 1. 1830.) 7318 '.ill 

— On the supply of printed books from the library to the reading 

room of the British museum, [amiii.] [L.]. 1816. 8'. 27-14 16 

— Cowtan (R.\ Biographical sketch of. 1873 313.5 31 

— Edwards {E.) Lives of founders, etc. 1870 2744.09 

JUS* See a^so British museum (ji. 232). 

Panorama (The). .SV« Whittier (■!. G.) 1856 1695.11 

Pansies : » * * for tliouglits. [Poems] See Whitney {.Mrs. A. 

D. T.) 1872 1695 1)7 

Pantheism. See Biblical and relig. lit. {Pantheism, p. 95) ; ii/.s-n 

Saisset (E.) Essays on religions philos. 2 v. 1863.3.588,09 

Pantheisticon. .S.v? Toiand (.1.) 1751 31.13,16 

Pantology. .SVe Park (Itoswell) 2725.11 

Pautoraime. GrhnakH {J.) Memoirs. Ed. by C. 

Dickens. 2 v. 1838 3073.17 

See tdso Temple Bar. Jan., 1879 (Genius of pantomime). 
Pantropheon ; or hist, of food. .S'.'e Soyer (A.) . . . . 6M16 25 
Papacy See Biblical and religious lit. {Popes, p. 96 -.^Rooinn 

catltoiic ehuech, p. 102). 



Papacy and the civil power. .SV.; Thompson (It. W.) . .3613.16 

Papal (The) diania: an hisl. essay. ,SV.' Gill (T. 11.) 1860. 3424.05 

Papal states. -V'-i' Countries {lionian states, p. 302). 

Paper modeling. HidimiUoa (T. -i-) Art of architec- 
tural iiiodeliug in paper. 1850. . . . 1312.04 

Paper-flower making. Miidorii (Mm. J. If.) lland- 
bouk. eU: 181)7 1443.26 

Paper hanging. -SV.- Arts (Useful ; l*a}ter-hanijing, p. 40). 

Paper making. .S''C Arts (Usetill : Paper-nm/cniff, p. 45) ; otto 
Munsell (.1.) Cliroiiology of paper and ]iaper-lnakiDK. 
18.57 [4002.161 ; Silcox (li. W.) Report on manufacliircs of 
paper, 1875, [/ii Vienna exhib. U. S reports, v. 2, J ;i91(i.l9 

Paper-trade. 

— Uliilioiirrs' handbook ; and guide to the paper-trade. 

laiio,i.\ By a stationer. 187U. . . .2712.21 
.S^-'i* also Qiiar. rev., v. 97, 1855 (The supply of paper). 

Papers for homo reading. .SVc Hall iJohii). 1871. . . 35C6,22 

Papers for the teacher. U(!])ub. from Barnard's Amer. 
journal of educ. 2d ser. N. Y., 18C0. 8". 5.'i24.23 

Papers Iroiii over the water. .SV. Tousey |S I 1809. . . 944.17 

Papers iroiii the Quarterly review. .SV-- Quarterly review. 

Papers humorous and patbelic. ,SVc Sala (U. A.) i872. .2642 00 

Papers on bankingand finance. By a bank manngcr. 
London, ls7l'. l(j 5033.23 

Papias. l''ragiiieuts. [In Apostolic fathers. Antc-Nicene lib.. 
V. 1.) 3467.02 

Papillon (l''ii-ii md). Nature and life. Tr. by A. R. 
Macilon.iiigli. Ni'W York, 187.5. 12°. . 4723.25 

Papillon (T. 7j. ) Mauual of comparative philology 
as ap]ilied to the illustration of Greek and Latin 
inflections. Oxford, 187(1. 12°. . . . (5421.15 

Papuans. See Countries {Indian arckipela/jo, p. 332). 

Para. See Countries, etc. {.■Imazon river, p. 288). 

Para : adveutiires on the Amazon. ,SVc Warren {J. E.) 1851. 1163.07 

Para papers. See Ditson (Ci. L.) 1858 1077.03 

Parabere (!\Iarie Madelaine do la Vieuville, comtesse de). See 
Beuthy's miscel., v. .56. 1864. 

Parables. See Biblical and religious lit. {Parables, p. 96). 

Paraclete (The) : es.say on tho personality and minis- 
try of the Holy Gho.st. N.Y.. 1875. [187-1. ]>s°. 3.582.22 

Paradises (TV ri-e.s'^riaO". Hrinlon {D. G.) Mytlisof tho new world. 

— Conway {.U. D.) Paradise and the serpent. [/« /a'5 Deuiouo- 

logy and devil-lore, V. '2. 1879; I). 63-91.] . . . .3817.45 

— Dunfap {S. P.) Vestiges of tho spirit history of man. IK.'.S ; 

p. 282-306 3817.18 

— Faber {G. S.) Paradise and Mount Ararat, [/ii /ii5 Origi ii of 

pagan idolatr.v. V. 1 -, p. 281-291.] 3818.08 

— Gould {S. H.) Curious myths. V. 1. 1867 3816.10 

S-e also Journal of sac. lit., July. 1867. p. 331-337 (Tho 
expulsion from the Garden) : p. 363-368 (Tho site and 
rivei-s of Eden) ; also tho elaborate article in M'Clintock 
and Str.injj's Cvcl.. v. 7. 

Paradise in the Pacific. ,V,.,. Bliss (W. R.) 1873. . . .1154.09 

Paradise lost. See Mihon (.loliii). 

Paradise of birds ,SVe Courthope (W. J.) 1870. . . . 1633.30 

Paradise of childhood. .SV.- Wiebe (E.) 6528.29 

Paradise regained. S'-e MiUon (John). 

Paradise. See Dante Ahghieri. 

Paradoxes (A budget of), .sv.' De Morgan (A.) . . . .2527.19 

Paradoxes aud puzzles. .S*!'..- Paget (Johu) 2538.11 

Paragreens in Paris. .?..e Ruffini (J.) 18.57 244.43 

Paraguay. See Countries {Paraguay, p. 356). 

Paiamythia ; or anecdotes, collected chiefly during a 
residence at the court of Russia, [anon.] Lon- 
don, 1821. 18° 6215.24 

Parasites {Animal and vegetable). See Medicine {Medical zoology, 
p. 762 -.—Parasites, p. 764;. 

Pardoe (3/;s.s' Julia). City of the sultan. 2 v. Lon- 
don, 1867. 8° 994.01 

Same, [fii Waldie library, v. 10 ] 5078.24 

— City of the Magyar, or Hungary and her institu- 

tions. 18!0-40. 3 V. London,"l840. 12°. 966.21 

— Court and reign of Francis i. 2 v. Philadelphia, 

1840. 12° 3057.15 

— Episodes of French history during the consulate 

and empire. 2 v. New York, 18.59. 8°. 513.05 
Same. New York, 1859. 12' 513.07 

— Life of Marie de Medicis. 2d ed. 3 v. London, 

1,852. 8° . 3118^8 

— Louis XIV., and the court of France in the 17th 

century. 2 v. New York. 18")1. 8°. . . 3114.10 

— The river and the desert ; or recollections of the 

Rhone and the Chartreuse. 2 v. Philadelphia, 

1838. 12° 9&.3.14 

Same. |/ii Waldie library, v. 11 1 6078.26 

iKg^ For her novels see Fiction claas-lii^t (p 510). 

Pardon (George Frederick). ['Capt. Crawley, 'pseiitf.] 

Billiard book. London, 18(56. 8°. . . 4612.09 

- Tales fro-n the operas. N. Y , 1M54. 12°.. 231.60 

Pardoning p.iwer. See New Englaoilor, v. 3t. 1875 (Article by D. 

M. Means). 



lu asking for books, use the •• Book Order," giving the AUTHOR'S NAME, the first part of the TITLE, and the NUMBER, 



836 



PARENT - PARKER 



Pareut-Duchatelet ( Alexis Jean Bai)ti8te ). De la pro- 
stitution dans la villc do Paris. :ie I'ul. CouipU'tec 
par A. Trclmoluit I't I'oirat-Duval ; suivic d'uii 
precis sur la proHtilulion dans les priuciiiales 
villes de I'Europ.'. '2 v. I'aris, 1K57. »". 0818.12 

Paris, {Frimce). .SV.i Countries, ete. {JMris, p. 35G). 

Paris (Louis Pliiliiipc d'Orleans, (■mide de). History 

oi' the civil war in America. Tr. by L. P. Tasis- 

tro. Ed. by 11. Coppee. PUU., 1875. 8". U-15.'20 

iVr^(c.— Reviewed in Ed. rev.. July. lH7(i. 

Trades unions of England. Tr. by N. J. Sinior. 

Ed. by X. Hughes. London, iMIi'J. IC''. 5;)3:!.02 

— King l,K.) Freucll political leaders. 1870 32'21.17 

Paris (John Ayrton). Lifoof Sir Humphry Davy. 2 v. 

Loudon, 1S31. 8' :i(ll7.0:i 

Treatise on diet. Loudon, ls:i7. 8 '. . . 4324.03 
Paris (Miittliew). ,Vcf Mathew (</■ y<iris (1>. 749). . . . ■171.11 
Paris and Vienne. Thystoryi^ of the knyght and ol 
the fayr Vienne. From tlie copy pr. by \V. Cax- 
ton in 1485. With pref. by W. C. Uazlitt. Lou- 
don, /I'lafjiuv/Zi W/mey, 18i;8. 4 '. . . . 231.83 
Pans by ..lodight and (.asliKlit. Se.- McCabc (J. D.) ISB'J. "J(B.U 

Paris iu Dei-ember. 1851. .SV.' Tenot (li.) 1870 51G.'.i3 

Paris uuiversal exposition, 18G7. Iteports of the 
United States commissioners to the Paris uni- 
versal exposition, 18U7. Ed. by W. P. Blake. 

6 V. Washington, 1870. 8° 3915.09 

JVo/c— For Conlenls see Arts (Useful : Puns expnsitim.xt. 43). 
Parrish (Edward). I'haiitom boucpiet : art of skeleton- 
izing leaves. Phil., 18i;2. 12'^ 1443.30 

Parish (Elijiili). .Senneu iireaeLed at Boslou, upou tbo auuual 

election, 1810. Boston, 181U. 8' /m 5O93.U0 

Parish (.Si/- Woodbine). Buenos Ayrcs and the pro- 
vinces of the liio de La Plata ; from their dis- 
covery. 2d ed. London, 1852. S '. . . lli;4.11 

Parish papcMB .SV.' Macleod (Norman) ;i573.l)S 

Parish laiesl. .v.. ■ Blunt (I. .1.) 1800 3522.11 

Parisian sights and Fieu.h iiriucililes. See Jarves (J.J.) 903.10 
Parisieiiiies(Lis) a I'aris. Par A. de Musset, de Bal- 
zac, G. Sand, e/o Paris, 1802. 12'1 . .7032.11 
Park (Edwards Aniasa, D.D) Discourse at the fnueral of Mcses 
Stuart. Boston. lM.'-,2. 8° 3583.11 

— Theology of the intellect and that of the feeliufs. {In. Bibl. 

sacra, July, 1850.] 

— lleniarks on the Bibl. repertory and Princeton rev. [In Bibl. 

sacra, Jan., 1851. 
Nov Eiiylaud theology : with coiniueutary on a 3d article in 

the Princeton review. Audover. 1852. 8". ... 3583.11 
Same. [In Bibl. sacra. Jan.. 1852.] 

— On the duties of the New England clergy . discourse. 2d ed. 

Andover, 1814. 12° 3583.11 

Unity amid diversities of belief even on imputed and invol- 

uiitaiy sin ; with comments on a 2d article in the Prince- 
ton review. Audover. 1851. 8". . 3583.11 

— [Numerous arlieles. *■ p. 109-171 nflmlex lu lUbl. j.n:ia.v.l-30.) 
Park (.S'ir James Allen). Law of marine insurance. 

4th ed. London, 18U0. 8' 5(i24.10 

Parke (John G.) Report of au exploration fir a railroad route 
near tlie 32d parallel. |/ii Pacific K.R. routes, v. 2.] 1127.02 

— Report on rimtes ill California to connect with routes near 

the 3Jd and 35th parallels, and upon that porliou of the 
route near tlie 32d parallel lying between the Rio Uraude 
and the Pimas villages on the Oila. [Pacific R.R. routes. 

V. 2 and 7.1 1127.02.07 

Park (Mimgoi. Life and travels. [1771-1830.] Edin- 
burgh, ls38. 8' 5U93.01 

Same. New York, 1851. 18" 1081.01) 

Same. [In *Pinkerton. Voyages, v. IC] .... 920 10 

Brougham (//.. lanl). Contributions, elc., v. 3,p. 280-305.12517.08 

— SI. J"lin {J. A.\ Lives, r/c, V. 3 3221.00 

Park (lioswell). Pantology ; or a systematic survey 

of human knowledge. Phil., 1843. 8'. . 2725.11 
Parker (Benjamin). Philosophical dissertations. 3d 

ed. London, 1743. H° 5425.211 

Contenls: Nou-eteruity of matter. Being. Light and 

heat purely spirituous. That the soul is immorUd. 

Works. 2d ed. Birmingham, 1738. 8°. . 3-582.23 

V:nlrnts : Philos. meditations. Philos. dissertations. 

Journey thro' the world. 

Parker (Edward Griffin). Golden age of American 

oratory. Boston, 18.57. 12° 0311.08 

Cunlents : Ames. Pinckney. Choate. Everett. Chapin. 
Beeelier. Phillips. Clay. Webster. 
Keminisccnces of Kufus Choate. New York, 18110. 

12' 3036.10 

Parker (Edward H. ) Handbook for mothers ; care <if 

young children. New York, IHliil. 12^. 4331.00 

Parker (Foxhall A.) The naval howitzer ashore. 

New York, 1805. 8' 4517.00 



Parker {Henry Webster). Poems. Auburn. 18.50. 8°. 

Parker (Joel, I.L.D.) Daniel Webster as a jurist ; address. 

<;ambridge, 1853. 8' 6077. IC 

— Internal iimal law. Case ot the Trent. Oanib., 1862. 8'. 504C.1C 

— Personal liberty laws, (statutes of Mass ,) and slavery iu Iht 

territories, (disc of Dred Scottl. li., 1801. 8'. . . 

— Right of secession : review of the message of Jelfcrson Davis. 

Cambridge. 1801. 8' 

— The true issue, and the duty of the whigs : atldress. Cam- 

bridge, 1850. 8° 

ISO"' l''*'r biutjr. noLicf. of J. P., &t:c Amer. law rev., Jau.,1876. 
Parker (Joel. It.U.) Doctrine of divine i-etributiou : discourse 

In-fore the synod *)i New York aud New Jersey. New York. 

1802. 8° 3031.11 

Parker (Joseph). Ad clerum : advice to a young 

preacher. Boston, 1871. 12' 3583.03 

-Ecce Delis : essays on the life and doctrine of Jesus 

Christ. With notes on 'Ecce Homo.' ['inon.] 

Boston, 18(17. 12^ 3422.04 

S]iriugdale abbey : extracts from the diaries, elc. 

of an English pnai-her. Phil.,l8(;',». 12". 235.06 
Parker (John A.) Quadrature of the circle. With 

lectuii-s on [lolar magnetism, and non-existence 

ofpr.iji-rtile loi-,-,i-s in iiatui-e.N. v., 1874.8^4011.39 
Parker (John Henry i. The arehaology of Kome. 

v. 1, pt. 1, Text ; [it. 2, Plates. L.,1874. 8°. 437.15 

— Concise glossary of terms used iu architecture. 

New ed. Loild.m, 1809. 10^ 1312.10 

— Glossary of terms used in architecture. 2 v. in 3. 

5th cd. Oxford, 18-50. 8° 1315.10 

— Some account of domestic architecture in England, 

from Edward 1. to Kichardu. [«/ioh.] Oxford, 
1853. 8" 1313.02 

— -Same. From Uichard u. to llenry viu. [rthim.) 

2ptsin2v. Oxford, 1859. 8=. . . .1313.03 
Parker (Matthew). Correspondence, 1535-75. Cam- 
bridge, (Kivj.,) I'liilcer .■ioi:., 1853. 8''. . 3037.05 
l^g- For biogr. ir/.'.ieitues, see Biography (p. 184). 
Parker (Nathan H. ) Iowa as it is iu l.i50. Chicago, 
1850. 12° 1122.01 

— Minnesota handbook, 18 16-7. With map. Boston, 

1857. 12" 1122.20 

— Missouri as it is in 18()7 : an hist, gazetteer. With 

article on geology, mineralogy, soils, etc., by G. 

C. Swallow. Phil., 1807. 8" 1133.29 

Parker (Kichard Green). Aids to English comi^osi- 

tion. New York, 1848. 12" 0432.28 

~ Natural and experimental philosophy. New York, 

1855. 12- 4022.12 

— Progressive exercises in rhetorical reading. New 

ed. Boston, 1841. 12" 0333.20 

— rmii Watsou(J. M. ) National fourth reader. New 

York, 1805. 12" 6333.17 

— National tilth reader. N. Y., 180-4. 12". .6333.18 
Parker (/I'er. Samuel). Journal of exploring tour 

beyond the Rocky Jlountains, with map of Ore- 
gon territory. Ithaca. ( .V. 1'., ) 1812. 12 '. 1132.14 

Same. Journey beyond the Uocky Mountains, 

1835-30,37. Edinburgh, 1.S41. 8". . . /u 913.19 

Parker (Theodore). Additional speeches, addresses, 
and occasional sermons. 2v. B.,1855. 8°. 3582.17 
Contents: v. 1. Speech at the iuinisteri<al couference iu 
Boston, May 29, 1851. liostou kidnapping. Aspect of 
freedom in -America. Discourse on Daniel Webster. The 
Nebraska ijuestiou. Address on the condition of America. 
1854. 2. Anti-slavery adtlrcsses. Public function of wo- 
man. Sermon of ohl age. 

— Critical an 1 miscel. writings. B., 1856. 8°. 3582.13 

CtnU'iil.-! : .V lesson for the day. Cierman literature. Life 
of St. Bernard of Clairvaiix. Truth against the world. 
Thouglds on Liiior. Discourse on the transient aud per- 
maneiil in Christianity. The Pharisees. On the educa- 
tion of the laboring classes. How to move the world. 
Primitive Christianity. Htrauss's Lifuof Josiis. Thoughts 
ou tlieolugy. 

— Diseourso of tlio function of a teacher of religion iu these 

times, at the ordination of M. (i. Kimball, at Barre, Mass. 
Boston, 1855. 8' 3582.20 

— Discourse of matters pertaining to religion. Jth 

ed. Bo.ston, 18,5(1. 8" 3582.12 

Discourse on the death of Dauiel Webster, Oct. 31. 1852. Bos- 
ton, 18.-.3. 8' 6077.16 

Discourse on the transient and pcrinaneut in Christianity. 

Boston. 1811. 8' 3582.21 

— Excelleui-o of goodness : sermon. Boston, 1845. 8'. . 3582.21 

— ]'',xperience as a minister, with some account of hie 

early life. Boston, 1859. 12" 3-582.11 



THK BROOKLYN LIBRARY. 



PARSER -PARNELL 



837 



— Falseaiul truo revival of reliRiou : sermon. B., 1858.8°. 3582.20 

— FrioiuUy letter to the execiitivo committee of the Aiiieriean 

uuitariiiu jiHsociatiun, tuUL-liiiiK their new utiiUiriuacreeil or 
Keiieral procliimatiou of unitiiriau views. U..I.sr>:l. 8". :i.'i8"i.'Jl 

— Function ami i)lace of couseieuce, iu relation to the lawH of 

men ; a sermon for tbo times. Bo.ston, lo.^ill. 8". . 358'.i.'.Jl 

— HistDrie Americans. Boslon, 1870. J'2'. . 324:i(17a 

Vontcnls : Franklin, Wasliingtiin, John Adiiins. JefllerHon. 

— Idea of a eliristian churcL : diseourao at [liisj inKtaiiution 

Boat.m, 18JG. 8° XMIM 

— Letter to tlie Boston afisoeiation of couj^rej^ational njiuisters, 

toneliing certain matters of their theology. 'Jd ed. Bos- 
ton. 1845. 8° ■i:>H1.2» 

— • Letter to the peoijlo of the United States touehiut; slavery, 
lioston. 1815. 12° a.Wl.'J'J; 5091.07 

— Material condition of the people of Massaehuaetls. Boston. 

1800 12- 3581.28 

— New lesson f<ir the day : sermon. Boston. 185(j. 8°. . 3582.'io 

— Present aspeetof slavery in America and the immediate duty 

of tlio north : speech before ttie Massachusetts anti-slavery 
eonvetitiou, Jan. 2l», 1858. Boston. 18.'>8. 8\ . . . 3582.21 

— Relation of Jesns to his ago and the ages : sermon. Boston, 

1845. 8° 3.582.11) 

— Kevival of religion which we need : sermon. B..I8.5'.>. 8". 3582.20 

— Sermon for midsummer day. Beauty in tlie wiu'Ulof matter, 

considered as a revelation of (iod. B.. 18511. 12''. . 3581.28 

— Sermon for the new year. What religion niay do for a man. 

Boston. 1859. 12° 35rd.28 

— S.rmou of immortal life ; Sept. 20. 1840. B., 18.58. 12''. 3581.28 

— Sermon of meicliants. Boston, 1847. 8^ 3582.21 

— Seinion of the dangerous classes in society. B..1847. 8°. 3582.21 

— Sermon of the Mexican war. Boston, 1848. 8°. . .3582.11) 

— Sermon of tl)0 moral condition of Boston. B.. 1849. 12°. 3581.28 

— Sermon of the moral dangers incident to prosperity. Bos- 

ton. 1855. 8° 3582.20 

— Sermon of the perishing classes in Boston. Boston, 1840. 

12° 3.581.28 

— - Sermon of war. Boston, 1840. 8° 3582.2U 

— Sermons of theism, iitUeism. iiuil the j)oi)ular the- 

ology. '2(1 ed. l!<i.ston, 1S1(). 8'. . . .;!582.11: 

— Some thoughts on the most chrisliau use of .Sunday ; sermon. 

Boston, 1818. »° 3582.20 

- Ten sermons of reliyiou. 'ild ed. U. , i 8."i5. 8 '. 358'2. 1 5 

— Three chief safeguards of society. Boston, 1851. 8°. 3582.21 

— Trial for the ' misdemeanor ' of a siieech in Faiiriiil 

Hall, a^'aiust kidnai)i)int;, April 3d, 1855, with 
defense. Boston, 1855. 8' 5ii2:i.2(; 

— Two sermons before the 2Sth congregational society iuBostou, 

Nov., 1852. on leaving their old and entering a new i)lace 

of worship. Bostiui, 1853. 8° 3582.20 

iS^ For fives and critical cstiiiialcs of i's^rktir, see Biogra- 
phy (p. 184 ; also — 

— Clarice [J. F.) Memorial and biographical sketches, 1878; 

p. 113.135 3212.24 

— Cottk {J.) BoBtou Monday lectures. Trauaceudentalism. 

1878 3534.26 

— Friil/iintfltam [O.B.) Transcendentalism in New liluglaud, 1870 ; 

p. 302-322. ; 3553.29 

— Sarijenl (./. 7'.) Theodore Parker, the reform jtulpit, and llie 

iutluoiices th;it oppose it. 1852 3582.19 

Parker society. Puhlieations. 51 v. Caiubriclt^e, 

1841-55. 8' and 10'" 3030.01 

Coiiliuls, 

Bale (J.) Select works. 1849 3030.01 

Becon (T.) I'ivrly writings. 1843 3038.09 

— Catechism, with other pieces. 1844 3038.01 

— Fjowtr of godly prayer, and other liieeea. 1844. 3638.08 

Bradford (J.) Writings. 2 v. 1848-53 3G3G.04 

Bull (11.) Christian prayers and mcditjUions. 1842. 30.30.03 
Bullingcr(il ) The decades : 50 sermons. 4 v. 1849-52. 3030.U0 
Calfhill (J.) Answer to Martiall's Treatise of the cross. 

1840 3030.10 

Cooper (T ) Answer iu defence of the truth against private 

mass. 18.50 3630.11 

Corerdale (M.) Keiuains. 1840 3030.13 

— Writings. 1844 3630.12 

Cranmer (T.) On tlie Lord's supper. 1844. . . .3638.02 

— Miscellaneous writiiigsa id lelters. 1840. . . .3038.03 
England (I'hurcli ot). Liturgical services set forth in the 

tune of queen Elizabeth. 1847 3030.23 

— Liturgies, primer, and catechism, of reigu of Edward vi. 
1844 3030.22 

— Private iirayers. put forth by authority, iu the reign of 
queen £li/.abetli ; with the Lilauy of 1544. 1851. . 3037.08 

Farr (E.) IJevotional poetry of the reign of queeu Eliza- 
beth. 2 V. 1,S45 3705.09 

Fulke (W.) Answer to Stapleton, Martiall. and Sanders. 
1848 3030.14 

— I>efence of the English transl. of the Bible. 1843. 3636.15 
Gough (H.) General index to Publicatious. 1855. . 3637.22 

Grindal (B.) Writings. 1843 3036.10 

Hooper (J.I Early writings. 1843 3636.18 

— Later writings, witli his letters. 1852 3636.17 

Hulchinson (U.l Works. 1H42 3636.19 

Index Compiled by 11. Gough. 1855 3637.22 

Je-wel (J.) Writings. 4 v. 1845-50 3038.04 

Latimer (H.l Sermons. 1844 3636.21 

- Seriiious and remains. 1845 3630.20 

Norden (J ) A progress nf piety. 1847 3037.01 

Nowell (A.) Catechism, Latin and English, 1853. . 3637.02 



Parker (M ) Corrcapoudenco. 1853 3037.05 

Philpot (J.) Exaininations and writings. 1842. . . 3637 00 

Pilliiiiglon (J.I Works. 1842 3037 07 

Ridley (X.) W.irks. 1843 3637.10 

Rogers (T.| The catholic doctrine of the church of Eul'- 

1-"'<1- l«''l 3037 09 

Sandys (El Sermons and ottier pieces. 1842. . .3637.11 
Tyndalo (W.) Answer to Sir Thomas More's Dialogues ou 

the supper of the Lord. 1850 3637.13 

— Dot^trinal treatises and introductions to llie Scriptures 

IM8 :i,;;,7.H 

— ■ Expositions and notes ou the Scrnitiires, with the i»rac- 

tico of prelitcs. 1849 3037. IS 

Whitakcr (W.| A disputation on Holy Scripture, against the 

l>.^jlists. 1849 3037.10 

Whilgift (J.l Works. 3 v. 1851-53 3037.17 

W"oolton(J.) < hristian manual. 1851 3037.20 

Zurich letlers, during early part of the reign of qu. Eliza. 

Iielh. Tr. anded. by Kev.ll. Uobiiison. 2 v. 1842-45. 3037.21 

— Original letters relative to the Reformation. Tr. and od. 
by Kev. II. Uobinson. 2 v. 1840 47 3037.03 

Parker {Edmund ,\ , .1/. I). ) Manual of practical hy- 
giene. 1th ed., Phil., IS73. 8'. ... 4348.05 

Paikes (Joseph) mnl Meiivale (Herman). Memoirs 
of .Sir riiilip Francis'. 2 v. L., 1807. 8°. 3057.19 

ParkesBelloc (Bessie). .SV.^ Belloc (B. P.) 962.10 

Parkiii'iOii (.James). Or^;anic remains of a former 

world. 2d ed. 3 V. London, 1N3:!. 4. 4728.05 

- Outlines of oryctolof,'y- 3d ed. L., [/..(<.] 8'. 1112.09 

Parkinson (Joseph Charhw). Under fjovernment : 
key to the civil service of the crown. 5th ed. 
London, 180'.). 10°. 5712.03 

Parkinson (Uieliard). Experienced farmer's tour in 
America. 2 v. London. 180'). 8\ . . 0137.08 

Parkman (Francis. Ii.D.) Sermon iu the New north church ou 
resigning his pastoral charge. Boston, 1849. 8°. . 3031.09 

Parkman (Francis, j)-. ) Book of roses. Boston, 1806. 

1^" C132.24 

~ France and England in North America : historical 

narratives. 5 v. Boston, ls(;5-77. 8'. . 501.10 
Contents: v. 1. Pioneers of France in the New world. 

2. The Jesiiils iu North Ainerie.i in the 17th century. 

3. The discovery of the Great West. 4. The old regime 
iu Canada. 5. Count Fronteuae and New Franco under 
Louis xiv. 

iVfi^-. — Each volume has an independent title-page. 

— Hist, of the conspiracy of Pont iac. B ,18.55. 8'. 584.00 
Prairie and llocky mountain life. California and 

Or»gon trail. New York, 18:)2. 1'2'. . . 1114.12 
Parkman (George, M.D.) See Webster (J. W.) Trial for the 

murder of Dr. P. l.s,50 5017.22 

.Sc'.- also Clala.\y, Aug., 1873 (The Parkman murder). 
Parkman (lolm). old age -what we make it: sermon on the 

death of Win. Hale. Nov. 12. 184.S. Boston. 1848. 8°. 3001.10 
Parks. Agriculture ILanlseipe fjanleniwj, p. 8) ; alse, Larwood 

(J.) Story of the London parks. 2 v. 1872 |493.28| ; — 

Olmsted (F. L.) Public parks and enlargement of towns. 

[/'(Amersoc sci. assoc. Trans., no. 3, 1871.] . . 5811.02 
Parkyns (Mansfield). Life iu Abyssinia. 2 v. New 

York, 1854. 1'2° 10'J3.01 

— Same, London, 18i;8. 8' 10^3.00 

Parlby ( Mrs. —). Wauderinys of a pilj^rim, in search 

of the picturesque, durino four and twenty years 

in the East. With revelations of life in the Ze- 

n.ina. [/-n/o/i.l lUus. 2 v. L., 1850. 1.8°. 1001.13 

Parley (I'lterl. .S'' r Goodrich (S. G.) 

Parhament. See (in Countries) England {.Parliamentary debates 

and papers, p. 314; — Court awl vliieiai registers, p. 314 ; 

Part iainentaiy reijisters and personal iiistori/, p. 314) ; — Bio- 
graphy tCollfctive : ISiigUsh, p. \U\):—also Atlantic luiuthly, 
V. 12 (An American iu the House of lords, by F. Waylaud, 
7'i-.) ; v. 8(.\ field-d.iy in Ho. of commons, by F. Waylaiid' 
ir.\ ; Genu. mag.. Apr., Hay. June, July, Aug., 1874 (Meli 
and manners in parliament) ; New monthly, v. 31, 1831 
(Speakers and speeches in iiarliameut); Westiii. rev., v. 99, 
137;l (Parliamentary cluquence). 
Parliamentary law. .SV, Law [Partiam. ntari/, p. 090) ;— England 
[Parham.ntarii law <iod lmr:u,,li,^, p. 314) :—also May (T. E.) 
Suggeslious to faeilitati; the dispatch of public business 
iu parliament. 1849 |5ii93.171 :— Robert (H. M.) Pocket 
manual of rules of order. 1870 (.5017.31]. 
Parlor tableaux and amateur theatricals. Boston, 

1807. 1'2° 174'2.01 

Parlor theatricals. New York, 185;!. 10^. . 1742.10 
Piu-lour magic. [anoii.'\ London. 1839. 32=". 4611. 19 
Parmeuides. Fragments. Tr. by T. Davidson. [In Journal of 
spec, philos., V. 4. 1870. p. 1-15.] 

Parnasse frangais (Le). .Vr*' Parlon (James) 7032.00 

Parnassus [select poems]. .*?<■« Emerson (It. W.I 1875. 1041.24 
Parnsll (Edward Andrew). Dyeing and calico-print- 
ing. London, 1849. 8'. ." . \ . . . 3913.02 
Pamell {•'^o" Henry). Hist, of the penal laws against the Irish 
catholics, [/n Pamphleteer, v. 20, 22 ] L.. 1822. 8'' 5058.20 



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Pai'uell (Thomas). Poeticiil worliK, With life, by O. 

Gohlsmith. Boston, 1854. 10". . . . 1075.15 

Hamo. Life, byj. Mitloi-d, K, 18:.2. 10°. HW1.05 

— POL'tiiB. Lilt' by .S. Jolmsou. [In Chalmers (.V.) Eugl. pttc-ts, 

V. 9, :810.| Ii;2().09 

- - Siiinc. |/)i Sanford (H.) Brit. p.KiU, v. 13. 1819.] 1091.13 

— Jnlnuoii iS.) Livurt (.f tliu p»ii*ts, V. 1 3'i(J3.01 

Parodies ;uid parody. ,Vr.' Poetry [I'aiodies ami pariidij). 

Parr (C'ltlicriun, tiurrn :•! Ilenni Vlll). Writiunu. [In Edward 
w., iindulhm. WritiUK». 1831. «'.| .... /k :)510.1G 

Parr (J/ /'.« Harriet). ['Holino \jvx;' psmd.'\ In the 
(silver age : essays. 2 v. 2(1 ml. L., 181)0. 12". 2538. 07 
CoiiUmlx: V. 1. Hound iiboiit lumiu iu tlio Kprintj-timn. 
VilluKO lifu— qtlift life, old taiiiiluir lut-es — old laiiiiliar 
places. From day to day. .Smmiier holidays. 2. Kiver 
sceuery. In the workaday world. In harvest lime In 
the fall of the leal'. By the tiresido. Withiu and without. 

— Life and death of Jeanne U'Are, called the maid. 

2 V. London, 18(;fi. lO" :!U'J3.1G 

— Mauriee and Euf^i'uie de Guerin. A monograph. 

London, 1870. 12" 307J.21 

4fcg=- For her novds see Fiction class-list (p. 510). 
Parr (Samuel, D.D.) Charaeler of C. J. Fox. 2 v. 
London, 18ll',». 8" 3057.11) 

— (ed. ) Metai>hysical tracts of the 18th century. 

London, 1837. 8° 5-115.15 

Contt'nts : Collier (A.) Dcnionstl'atiou of the uon-exist. 
ence of au eternal world. Speciuien.s of a true philosophy, 
in a discourse ou Genesis. Hartley (I'.) De seusu. luotu 
et idearuni geueratione ; Origin of human appetites and 
affections, showing how each arises from association Man 
iu quest of him.self ; or u defence of the individuality of 
the human mind, or self ; by C. Comment, gent. 

— Works. With memoirs, Ijy J. Johnstone. 8 v. 

London, 1828. 8" 5002.02 

Coiitt'iUs : V. 1. Memoirs. 2. Discourse on education. 
Spital aiul other scrmoua. 3. Dr. Combe's Horace. Pre- 
fatio ad Bellemleui libros. Miscellaneous remarks on poll- 
ties, juri-siirudeuco. morals, f/c. Warburtonian tracts. Let- 
ter to the ilisseuters of Birininghani. Letter ou Dr. ]\Iilner 
on The end of religious contioversy. Notes on Itajiin's 
Dissertation on whigs and lories. 4. Character of (.'. J. Fox. 
luscriptious. 5, 6. Sermons. 7, 8. Correspondence. 

^-W For lives of Dr. Parr, set- Biography {p. 184) ; also 
New monthly mag., v. 17, 182G (3 articles, by a pupil). 

Parrot (Dr. Friedrich). Journey to Ararat. New 
York, 185J. 12' 1051.04 

Parrots. Sn- Birds ip. 217). ^ , 

Parry (I-iir. J. D. i Legendary cabinet: British na- 
tional ballads. London, 1829. 8". . . 1675.29 

Parry (John II.) CamVirian Plutarch : memoirs of 
eminent Welshmen. London, 1834. 8". 3210.20 

Parry (Wm. Edward). Journal of a voyage for the 
discovery of a Northwest passage, in 1819-20. 
Philadelphia, ISJl. 8". 1144.08 

— Three voyages for the discovery of a N. W. passage. 

11819-27.] 2v. New York, [1840.] lb°. 1142.04 
Farsees. .^<''- Biblical and religious lit. iParsees, p. 101) ; — Zo- 
roaster ; -Zend Avesta ; — also Christ, exam., Mch., 1859, 
p. 313-333 ;— .Rawlinson's Five ancient monarchies, v. 3, 
1805, p. '.(3 13(i ; v. 4, p. 328-3i7 ; Bunsen's God in history, 
V.I, p. 273-293. 390-393 ; Bunsen's Egypt, v. 3, p. 474 :— M. 
WilUams's Modern India. 1878, p. 169-180 ;— Haug (M.) 
Essays ou the sacred language, writiugs, aud religion of 

the Paisees. 2d ed. Loudon, 1878. 8° 

Pars3y (Arthur). Science of vision : or natural per- 
spective, '.'d ed. of ' Perspective rectified.' Lon- 
don, 1840. 8" 1432.09 

Parson and people, fili't; Spooner (E.) 3593.19 

Parsons counsellor. .See Degge (.S'ir Simon). 1820. . . 3543.25 
Parson's horn-book. By the Comet literary and pa- 
triotic club [iiseud. /or Thomas Browne]. Lon- 
don, 1832. 8° 3583.12 

Parsons (Horatio A.) Book of Niagara Falls. 3d ed. 

Buffalo, 1830, 18" 1111.22 

Parsous (S. B. ) The Rose : its history, poetry, cul- 
ture, c/c. New York, 18,-)6. 12°. ._. .4913.02 
Par-sous (S. E. ) The sawyer's companion. Wilkcs- 

l.arre, (Pk.,) 1857. 12" . 4002.07 

Parsons (Theopliilus). Deus Homo : God-man. Chi- 
cago, 1807. 8' 3422.14 

— The infinite and the finite. B., 1872. 12". 3583.08 

— Elements of mercantile law. B., 1856. 8". 50'24.11 
-Essays. 3 v. Boston, 18-'i5-03. 10°. . .3583.01 

iVo^c— For Contents sec Swedenborgianism (p. 105). 

— Law of contracts 5th ed. 3 v. B., 1800. 8". 5035.10 

— Laws of business for business men. Boston, 1857. 

8" 5024.13 



— Law of promissory notes and bills of exchange. 

2 v. Boston, 1800. 8" 5035.13 

— UutlineK of the religion and philosophy of Swcden- 

borg. Boston. 1870. 12" ". . 3596.10 

— Political, personal, and ]iroi)erty rights of a citizen 

of the U. S. Hartford, l.->75. 8". . . . 5733.18 

Treatisi! on the law of partnership. 2d ed., en- 

hirged. Boston, 1870. 8° 5621.09 

— Treatisi' on shipping and admiralty. 2 v. Boston, 

1809. 8' 5035,15 

Parsons (Theoi>hiluB,c/(i(/_;««/ia' o/ Mass). A'f;'; Biography (p.l85). 

Par.sous (Thomas Win. ) Poems. B., 1854. 8. 1075.10 

AW notice of T. \V. 1'., by W. It. Alger, in f'hr. exam., 

Jan.. 1809. 

Parsons (Usher). Life of Sir Wm. Pcpperell. Bos- 
ton, 1856. 12". 3137.10 

Parsons (Wm., 'M earl of liosse). The monster tele- 
scopies, erected by the earl of Rosse. Parsons- 
town, 1844. 8" 4013.10 

Parlenay. See Sean d' Arras. 

Parthenius '/ -Vitvt'a. De amatoriis affeetibus. Or. H Lai. \In 
Erotici scriptores. Miliil, 1856.] 7764.17 

Parthenon (The). Bas-reliefs du Parthenon et du 
temple de Phigalie. Graves sous la direction de 
Paul Uelaroehe, ((c. Nouv. ed. l'.,]800.foL1450.07 

— Ilrilish iimscHm. Description of ancient marbles ; 

with engravings. Pts. 0-9 1408.01 

— Lloi/d [H'. W.) Central group of the I'anathenaic frieze, [In 

Royal Boc. id' lit., 2d 8., v. 0.1 506C.13 

Eastern pediment, ftc. [/nRoy. soc. of lit. /ids., v. 7. J 5U6G. 15 

Parthia. So- Countries [I'arl/iia, p. 357). 

Particle (l)vnaiiiiis of a). See Tail (P. G.) and Steele (W. J.) 
1878 4014.20 

Parlies. .Vf' Goi^crnment and politics {T'artiet, p. 587) ;— Bibli- 
cal and religious lit. {Parlij feeling, p. ^ij). 

Partnership. See Law (Partnership, p. 690). 

Partou (Jamesl. Caricature and other comic art in 
all times. New York, 1877. 8". . . . 1445. 1 1 

— The Danish islands : are we bound in honor to pay 

for them. Boston, 1869. 8° 556.09 

— Famous Americans of recent times. Boston, 1867. 

8 3245.16 

Contents. 
Astor (.1. J.) Calhoun (John C.) Randolph (John). 

Beecher (H. '\V.) Clay (Henry). Vanderbilt (C.) 

Bennett (J. Gordon). Girard (Stephen). Webster (Daniel). 

Buir (Theodosia). Goodyear (Charles). 

— Gen. Butler iu New Orleans. N.Y.,1804. 12". 3020.19 

— Humorous jioeti-y of the English language. New 

York, 1857. 12" 1675.26 

— Lifeand timesof Aaron Burr. N.Y., 1858.12". 3020.16 

— Life and times of B. Franklin. N.Y.,1848. 8". 3062.06 

— Life of Andrew Jackson. 3v. N.Y., 1860. 8°. 3087.05 

— Life of Horace Greeley. N. Y., 1855. 12". 3072.06 

Same. New York, 1808. 8' " 3072.11 

~ Life of Thomas Jefferson. B., 1874. 8". .3092.19 

— Le Parnasse franijais : French jjoetry, a. d. 1 55U- 

[1877]. Boston, 1877. 12° 7032.09 

— People's book of biograiihy. Hartf., l.'-OS.S". 3205.03 

— Smoking .and drinking. Boston, 1868. 16". 4334.30 

— Topics of the time. Boston, lS71. 12°. .2538.13 

Contents: Uncle Sara's treatment of his servants. The 
Yankees at home. Congressional peccadillos. Interna- 
tional copyright. Our Uomau Catholic brethren. How 
Congress wastes its time, 'the clothes mania. Log roll- 
ing at Wasbiugtou. Our Israelilish brethren. Correspon- 
dence of Napoleon Bonaparte. The government of the 
city of New "York. 

— Triumphs of enterprise, ingenuity, and public 

.spirit. Hartford, 1871. 8° 320.5.15 

Contents. 



Aristotle. 

Bismarck. 

Brown (C. F., 'Arte- 
mus Ward '). 

Chicago (Wonderful 
growth of). 

Chromos. 

Circulating libraries 

Columbus (Ileal me- 
rits of). 

Compass (The). 

Cooper Institute. 

Cotton weaving nia- 
chinery(Originof). 

— and o(/(e)'.s). Eminent women of the age. Hart- 
ford, 1808. 8°. . . . ■ 3265.01 

&^ For articles by J. P. in Altantic 7nonthfy &iid Har- 
per's mag., consult their Index volumes. 



Crockett (David). 

Daguerreotype (In- 
vention of). 

Dickeus as a citizen. 

Electric telegraph. 

Eliot (John, apostle 
';/ tfie Indians) 

Etherization. 

Ged (W., first stereo- 
lyper). 

Hood (Thomas). 

Nast (Thomas). 

Piano (The). 



Pittsburgh. 
Pocahontas. 
Poe (Edgar A.) 
Quiucy .Josiah). 
Kothschilds. 
Saint Louis. 
Science in the IT. S., 

(Beginnings of). 
.Sewing machine 

(History of)- 
Siilncy (.Mgeruon). 
Sparks (Jared). 
"S'assar College. 



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Parton (jlfi-s. Sura Payson Willis, ' Fanny Firn,' wif'- ,-f 
James). Ciiper-siiiU'O ; a volumo of chit-chat. Hy 
Fanny F.Tii. Ni-w V.nk, IK7J. 12'. . . '2.)3S. 12 

— Fanny I'Vru, a nicnmrial volume. Si'lcct writinj^'s 

anil a memoir by J. Parton. N.Y.,I«7^. 12 '. 3i:ir,,21 

— Fern leaves. 1-2 series. Auburn and BuSalo, 

1851. 12" 235.07 

— Folly as it flies ; hit at by Fanny Fern, [p.s-em/. ] 

New Yorl<, 18G8. 12" 2541.1!) 

— Fresh leaves. New York, 18.57. 18°. . .25-41 .17 

— Ginger snaps. New York, 1870. 12°. . . 2538.21! 

— Life and beauties of Fanny Fern. London, 1855. 

12° 3130.23 

— Rose Clark. New York, 185G. 12°. . . . 235.01) 

— Ruth Hall. New York, 180.5. 12°. . . . 235.10 
Partridge (.J. Arthur). From feudal to federal, or 

free church, frei' si-hool, the completed bases of 
cAiuality. London, 1872. 8" 5725.25 

— Making of th(! American nation, or rise and decline 

of oligarcliy in the West. Phil., 1800. 8'. 5725.011 

— On democracy. Philadelphia, 1800. 8°. . 5721. 03 

Party liaileis. .S.e' Baldwin (■! ti.) a243J).'> 

Pascal (Blaise). Lettres ecrites a un Provineiid. 

Paris, 1841). 1«° 3583.05 

— Same. Provincial letters. Tr. by T. M'Crie. New 

York, 1852. 8° 3583.04 

Uoviewoil by H. D. Traill in FortQ. rev.. Dec, 187S. 
^ Pensees. Vieparmme. Perier. P., 1847. 10°. 3583.07 
- Thoughts, letters, and opuscules. From the French, 
by O. W. Wight. With [essay on his genius 
and writings, l)y H. Rogers : and Pascal consid- 
ered lis a pliilosoidiic sceptic, by V. Cousin]. 

New York, 18.5!). 12° 3583.00 

Church ill. It'.) The Pousees. [In St. James lectures. 

1875; 11 a.'-i j(;.| 3.')9a.:io 

IVrmulfiiA.) TlieThniiKlits |/ii .lour, of 8ae.lit.,v. 3, 184'J.) 

it^- Vol- niunernus liwa nii<l ct-U. cstimab-s of Pascal, set- 
Biograpli.v i)). 18.5) ; o/.v" Bowon (F.) Mod. pliilos., 1877 

(.■ilM.iKII. Sainte-BenvelC. ,A.) alonday chats, 187712513.34): 

TuUoclii-l.) Pascal. i.sVS. (;il3i;.33]. 
Sfc a/so Couteuip. rev.. .Inly. 1S77 (Pascal auil Montai^no. 

by J. Grote) ; Jour, ot sitcred lit., v. 4, 1H49 ; p. 288 3lJ(l 

(P.'s conceptiou of the peculiar essence of Christianity, by 

A. Neaudur) ; Princeton rev.. Jan., 1854 ; N. Brit, rev,, 

Nov., 18(11. 

Pascal BruTio. *■(■ Dumas (A.) 1854 7018.05 

Pascal (Cesar). A travers I'Atlantique et dans le 

Nouveau Monde. 2e ed. P., 1870. 12\ 1072.22 
Pasclial (George W.) The constitution of the U. S., 

defined and carefully annotated. Washington. 

18G8. 12° ■ 5734.20 

Pascoe (Charles Eyre). London guide and directory 

for American travellers. 3d ed. 15., 1875. 12°. !)53.3'o 
Pasley (Sir Charles Win.) Military policy of the 

British empire. London, 1847. 8°. . . 4510.01 
Pasque (Ernst). Die Komodianten-Here. 3 v. Ber- 
lin, 18i;0. 12 7123.13 

Pa.squier (fiaston. :lu,- iVAudiffret). King {E.j French politicid 

Icadern, IS'fi 3221.17 

Pasquier (F.tifniie, /■'/■. advocate awl litterateur, b- 1529, d. 161.')). 

.V.,- New iiionthly. Apr.. ISlil, p. 424-439. 
Pasquin I Anthcpuyl. )««<(io«. .S'e« Williams (John). . . 1C%.23 
Pasquin and Iho Pasquinades. See Atlantic, v, 6. 1860 ; p. 395-4115 

[art. by o. E, Norton). 
Pass and class ; Oxford guide-book. .S'-v Burrows (M.) Iy6l. 5513, 0:1 
Passages fiom autobiography of a ' Man of Kent.' 

[,iiiiin.] Ed, by K. F, Stiinley, L-.18eo. 8°, 3014,23 
Passages Irorn nole-bnoks, .V,.' Hawthorne (N.) 1872. 
Passavant (Joh.iim David). Rafael Non Urbino uml 

vater Giovanni Santi. 2 v. Leip., 1839. 8. 3151,04 
— Tour of a German artist in England. 2 v. Loii- 

don, 1830. 12° 1433,2.'^. 

Passive obedience. Sec Government and politics iLeaitiman/ 

p. .587). 
Past and present, .SV,- Carlyle (ThnrnasI, 1858. . . .251.5,1:1 
Past and present ; essay, .SV.- Dana (It. H,| Writings, v. 2. 5020,10 

Past meridian. Xcc Sigonrney (L, H.) 2543 llO 

Pasta |.l/m<'. Judith). ,Scc New njouthly, v. 13. 1825 
Pastimes. .SV.' Amusements, games, ite. (p. 23). 

Paston letlcis. .v.. Fenn (J"huj 471.17 

Pastor nl Hernias. [In Apostolic fathers. Writings, v. 1 ot 

Ante-Nicene libr,. K<lin., 1868. 8".] 3467.02 

Pastoral lilr- and manufactures of the ancients. Sec History of 

silk, ccittou. Imon. etc. New Vork. 1845. 8°. . . 3931,06 

Psstoral work ami Uomiletics. *'.■ Biblical an.l religious work 

{I'ccaelihuj and pa.ftoral work-, p, 97), 
Pastorini (.SVi/.). ;>,(.«((. .S:.-. Walmesley (Charles). . . .3411, IS 
Patagonia. See Oountrics [l\ilayonia. p, 357). 



Patent hat (The): designed to increase the thinking, 

re:iso!iing, ac^ting power of the wearer. Manu- 
factiiiv.l by Pliijo. N. Y., I8.')5. 12°. . 3583.14 
Patents, .v..' Arts (Useful : I'atenlx. p, 4.5| ;— Law [Patents, p. 
6901 :— Conntnes It/uited ,siatcx : Patent "[}ice, p. 377) ; at$n 
Duncan (H. A.) Amer. system of patents'. [In Amcrl soc. 
sci. asscic. Trans . no 3. 1871 : 5811,021 : I'layfair (Lyon). 
On patents and the new patent bill. [In Nineteenth ten 
lury, V, 1. 1877] :— Statistical soc. oi London. Journal. 
v. 26. I86;l (On the rationale and working of the patent 
laws, by J. l'). 'f. Kogers). 

Pater (Walter H. ) Studies in the history of the re- 
naissance. London, 1H73. 8" 1435.08 

t'lmtcnts : Aucassin and Nicilctte. Pico delta Miian- 
dnla. Sandro Botticelli. I,uc,:a delta Itobbia. Poetry of 
Michelangelo. Lionardo da Vinci. Joachim Du Bcllay. 
Wmckehnann. 

Paterculus (Caius Velleius). [Compendium of Ro- 
man history.] Tr. by .J. .S. Watson. London 
Bnliii, 1852. 12' 432.20 

- - Historia Romana. Cum notis et interp. in nsum 

Delphiiii. Londini. IW/7/, 1822. 8 . , 7710,01 

Paler mnndi. .SV,- Burr (E, F,| 1870.' 3526.04 

Faterson, .S'-c k/.sv. Patterson :— Pattison. 

Paterson (Daniel). Di-scri|itiou of the roads in Eng- 
land, Wales, and part of the roads of Scotland. 
15th ed. London, 1811. 8" 955.23 

Paterson (James, Scotch edi.lnr). Autobiographical 
reminiscences. [1805-0!).] Glasg,,lK71.8', 3130.20 

Paterson (.Tames, lirirrisler). Treatisi- fin the fishery 
lawsof the United Kingdom L,, 180:1. 12', 4010.20 

Paterson (Samuel). Another traveller! or cursory 
remarks on a jinirney through part of tln^ Nether- 
lands in 1700. By Coryat .lunior. [psf »(/««.] 
2 V. London, 1707.' 10°. ." !)G1.25 

Paterson (Wni,, JhiiniUi- of Btiiik of Kn^iUindi. Han- 

ii)sler{S.) Life anil trials of '. . . . 3130.1!) 

See also New nmnthly ni.-ig., Aug., l.s:)2 (notice by J. Galtl. 

Pathology. .V'-'" Medicine {Patln>hu/y, p. 7.54). 

Patience (Tiie) ot hope. Sec Greenwell (Doia) .... 3.583.10 

Patient lirisel (History of). Two tracts. London, J'crcy soc, v, 3. 
1842. 16° .5060.03 

Patmore (Coventry Kearsey Dighton ). The angel in 
till- house : The bi^tiMthal. B., 1857. 10°. 1075.18 
iVr.(H, —Reviewed in Ed. n-v., v. 107. 185S. 

Same. The espousals. B., 1850. l(i°. . 1C75.19 

- Children's garland from the best jioets. Cam- 

bridge, 1863. 10° 1075.17 

- Faithful forever. Boston, 1801. 10°. . , 1075.20 

— Poems. London. 1844. 10° 1075.21 

The Victories of love. Boston, 1802. 10°. 1G75.22 

A'rt/',— For reviews of his poems, see Fr.iser's mag., v. 68, 
]8r,3, and North Urit. rev., v. 28, 18,58, orl.ittell, 18,58, v. 4. 
Patmore (Peter (ieorge). Mirror of the munths. 
[roioK.J London, 1820. 8° 4731.07 

— My friends and acquaintances. 3 v, London, 

1854. 12° 3222.1'J 

Contents. 



Blaiichard (Lanian) v. 1. 
Ble8sin;;ton [Countess of ]. v. 1 
C:tnipbell [ rbomasl, v. 1. 
Ilazlilt (Wni.), V. 2-3. 
Lamb (Charles), v- 1- 

Paton (Andrew Archibald) 



Slierid,tu (H. B ). v 
Sheridan iThonias 
Smilh (Horace), v. 2. 
Smith James), v. 2. 
Ward (U. P.). v. 1-2. 

The Goth and th 



3. 
V. 3. 



Hun 



Transylvania, Debreczin, Pcsth ami Vienna, 
in 1850. London, 1851. 8° !)(.;.5.04 

— Highlands and islands of the .Adriatic. 2 v. Lon- 
don, 1,N4!). 8' 1)75.05 

— History of the Egyptian revolntion, from the pe- 
riod of the Mamelukes to the death of Moham- 
med | Mehemet] Ali [1S40]. L,1803. 8°. 1077.01 

Patriarch and the Tsar. ,S.v Palmer (Wm. I 3577.16 

Patriarchal shadows of Christ and his church, .^ee Winslow 
(O) ;i624.02 

Patriarchs, .V--. Biblical and religifUls lit. ll'alriarc'is. ]). 96). 

Patrick i.sumt]. See Biography (p. 185 : also Dub. nniv. mag.. 
Mar.. 1876 (St. Patrick, by .\rlhur Olive). 

Patrick (Marsena li) Memorial of Win, Kellv, Albany. 1873. 
8' "3061.16 

Patrick (Simon), Lowth (R ), mul oiJia-rs. Critical 
commentary and paraphr.a.se on the Old and New 
I'estaraent, .and the Apoerj'pha New ed. 4 v. 
London, 1853. 1.8°. . ." 3720.01 

Patriot boy. .sv,- Headley (P. C.) 3124.19 

Patriot preachers of llie .\ai'r. rev. .S'-v Moore (Frank.*/ ) 3583.13 

Patriotic and heroic eloquence. [Prose and jioetrv.] 
New York, 1801. 12' CSllio" 

Patriotic speaker. S-c Raymond (R. It.) 1864 6.332.21 



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PATRIOTISM - PEABODY 



Patriotism. .SVr Government and politics {Pati-i'iUsni, \i. 5H8:; — 
Poetry (/'atriolir:) ; — als't ('ntitfMii. rev . June, IH77 {Oliris- 
tiunity anil patriutisiii, l>y U. l'\ Littletlale) ; Oeiit. ntat^., 
|)<-c.. 1H77 (Sraiiiy side of ii.itriotiHlu. by T. Foster). 

Patriots :im.I lililniHters. Sre Oliphant (L.) 18(;0. . . . 92'2,22 

Patriot's voral miHcellauy ; or a collection of loyal Hoti^H. Itiib- 
liri, 1,101. 18' ir.7ri 28 

Patronymica Jiiitaiiui(;a : family names. S^'- Lower (M. A.) 
18i;il GtiH.Ol 

Patten. .S'"' >th» Patton. 

Patten (.). AlcxaiuliT). Lives of tlii! clorgy of New- 
York mill ISfooklyn. Also the history of t^iicli 
Kcet. imil coiiLjfii^ittion. N. Y., 1874. S". ;Ur>H.04 

Patterson. Sfi- nhit Paterson ; - Paltison. 

Pattei'sou (Artlnir.I.) Tln' M;igyivrs : coiiiitry ami 
iii.stitutions. 2 v. Lomloii, l«i;'.». H'. . Mr,.23 

Patterson (.laiiies W.) UeHpousibilities of tlie fimiitters of re. 
piililies : aililresH on the 2.'>811i auiiiverH;iry ol the plaiitiii^^ 
.if the I'ophaiil lololiy, Aug. '29.180.5. 1).. l.Sia. 8'. (;21.'2« 

Patterson (Ijiiw.sion li. ) Twelve yciii'K ill the niines 
of California. Canihriilge, 1SG2. Ifi'. . lia'i.'il 

Patterson (Itolu'rll. Insects nienlioneil in Sliake- 
K|ieare's j)lavs. London, 1841. Ifi '. . , ■IH-J.iA)', 

- Inlroilnetion 'to /ooh,{,.y. ^fitli ed. liellUst, 1870. 

IC,' " 47ia21 

Patterson ('r'lvi. Kobert). Narrative of the eanipaign 

in the valley of the Shenandoah, 1801. I'liila- 

. delphia. 18(i.'i. 8' (il4.IIH 

Patterson {II. II . /■'..V.S'.) (las and lii-litiug. [In Brit, m'f '« in 

ihiKines. iH7i;.| :iy41.27 

Patterson ( Hol)rrt I logarth). The economy of capital, 

or i^old and tiad<". Edin., ISG.'i. 8^ ." . 51Mr,.21 

- Essays in liistory and art Edin., ]8r,2. 8\ 1112.01 

Cnnli^nl.i : Colour in nature and .art. Iteal and ideal 
beauty. Sculpture. li:tbnolof,'y of lOurope. Utopias, our 
Indian emi>)re. The national life of Cbnia. An ideal art 
congress. Battle of the styles. Genius and lilierty. 
youth and suniiuer. Ueeorda of llie past. Nineveh aud 
liabylon. India: its ca.ste8 and creeds. 'Christopher 
North '—in meinoriain. 

Patterson (.Saijinel Uowles, F.ll.S.) Chajiters on fos- 
sil liotaiiy. London, 18111. 18'. . . . 4!)i:i.01 

Pattison (Wni.) ' Select iioem<i. |//i Sanford (E.) lint, poets, 
V. U, 181U.1 1B91.H 

Patton. .S'f-' a(sii Patten. 

Patton (.1. Harris). History of the United States. 
New York, IHi'.O. ,S '. ." .^7:1.0.5 

Patton ( /iVe. Will.) The jiidoinent of Jernsahm pre- 
dieted in seriiiture, fnltined in history. New 
York, 1877. 12 ' .■5.'"i8,l. I.'i 

Pan and thn Pyreiiics- .v.v Russell (H.) 1871 Ui;i.2l 

Pauquet freres. 'Modes et eostuilies liistoriques. 
Paris, [1804.] 4' (i02ii.(l4 

Paul (C. Kei^an). Willi.am (lodwin : his friends and 
eonteniporaries. 'J v. lioston, ls7fi. 12'. liOC..").:)! 

Paul {FiiJIur, III.- /'iKtrl S.,- Sarpi (Paul). 

Paul (.lobn), j»7/7. .v.. Webb (iMiarles H) 

Paul (.S'aiH/). Si'i- Biblical aud religions literature {E/nslirs, Itff, 
tie., p. H5) ; uho 

— Arnold (.V.) A psychological i)arallel [between .St. Paul aud 

the Cambiidge Platouista. Iji liis l.a.st essays, etc.] y512.'22 

— Gm- (G.J.) The eonvei'.sion of St. r. 1871. 3551.21 

— Hiiiisiin ( I!. J). ) The apostle Paul and preaching 

of Christianity in jjriniitive church. I87.'">. 375.S.11 

— Z/o,os'o». (./. N. ) Character of St. P.aul. [».((.] 3.'i01.n2 

— 7i'jio.i; (C. A'.) A year with St. Paul ; r>'2 lessons, for 

the Sundays of the year. 1877. . . . 3505.11 

- Mimluff (./. n.) St. Paul in Koine. 1872. 3.573.00 

— M,ieis'\l<:\V. 11.) St. Paul, a poem. 18r,8. 1G72.34 

— Sli'ikaprrin (f.) St. Paul at Athens. [187'.).] 3.5113.30 
Paul's lellir to bis kinsfolk, .tc- Scott (Walter). Works, v. 1. 
Paulding (.Jann/s Kirke). .lohn Hull in .America ; orthe 

new Munchausen, [/tiiim.] N.Y., 1825. 1-2° 1132.07 

— Lav of the Scottish fiddle : a poem, [eiiwn.] Lon- 

don, 1814. 10'^ 1734.31 

Letters from the South by a Northern man. [i/iioii.] 

New ed. 2 v. in 1. N. Y.. 1835. 12\ . 1132.08 
Life of George Washington. 2 v. New York, 

1852. 8= 3182.03 

~ Literary life, [with extracts fr(Uii his writings]. 

Compiled by W.I.Paulding.N.Y.,18r,7.12'.:!13'7.04 

— iDul Irving (W. ) Salmagundi. New Y'ork, 18.57. 

10 2533.14 

— and Paulding (Wm. Irving). American comedies. 

Philadelphia, 1.847. 10^ 1734.'.iO 

Sfif For J. K. P.'s tinvels, see Fiction (p. .'ill). 
ttn' For bis li/f, <if'- Biography (p. 180). 
Paulding (Will. I. ) Literary life of .Tames K. Pauld- 
ing. New Y'ork, 1807. 8' 3137.04 



PauU (/>i'. Peinliold). Life of king Alfred ; ed. liy T. 
Wright. Loudon, 1852. 8" .3013.17 

— Pictures of old England. Tr. by E. C. Olt«. Cam- 

bridge, 1801. 12'' 4Gl.n 

Paulus (Dr., pseud.) Magicon : wonderful pro|die- 

cies concerning jiopery and its impending over- 

tlu'ow. New York, 18';;». l(i" 3.583.17 

Paulus yEgineta. .Seven books. Tr. with eomiiien- 

tary, by E. Adams. 3 v. L., 1844-47. 8'. 4317.01 
Pauperism. .Vf?e Social science. 
Pausanias. Dcscriptio Gra^cia;. Recog. L. Diiidorf. 

Gr. et Lat., cum indice. Parisiis, Duhil, 1815. 

8° 7700.01) 

— Description of Greece. From tlie Greek, witli 

notes, [by T. Taylor]. 3 v. L., 1704. 8'. 425.00 

Pauthier (Guillaume). Chine : histoire. Paris, 1837. 

h". [Univers.] 1101.20 

— «.)«ZBazin ( Ant.) (!hiue moderne. Paris, 1853.8. 

[Univers] '.Mil. 21 

Pautw (Cornelius de). tEuvres philosophiques. 7 v. 

I'aris, 1795. 8. 411.05 

Conlfnls : v. 1-3. Itechendies pliilosnptiiques sur les 

Aniericaina. 4-5. Recherebes pliili>sopliiques sur les 

F^^yjitiens et les Chinois. 6 7. Kecbercbes philosopbiqiieH 

sur icH (irecs. iVe/c. — v. G is wanting. 
Pa'wnbroking. Stiihli.t ( L. l'.> A guiiie to jiawnbrok- 

ing. [1870.] Syil.OS 

Sfe ftlsii Meliora, v. 4. 1801 ; Statistical soc. of Loudon. 

.lournal, V. 4, 1841 (On the mollis do I'lete of Itonie, (jenoa, 

Turin, and i'aris, and other pawnhroklug estaliliHliineiits 

on the continent, by II.. I. porter). 
Pawtucket. (jtfii.«.l .S'.r Countries. •/. . |/'.iw(i<i*.(, i>. :tr,7|. 
Paxton (J.ames). Introiluetion to the study of hu- 
man .inatomy. 2 v. London, 1834. 8'. 4.'t30.1O 
Paxton's 'magazine of botany, luid register of Hower- 

iug plants. 10 v. Lon/Um, 1814-40. 8°. 41)30.01 
Payeu (Anselme). Precis dechimie industrielle. .5e 

ed. 2 V. I'liini-.lies, 1 v. P., 1807. 8'. . 4215.25 
Payer (.lulius). New hinds within the Arctic circle ; 

discoveries of tlie .\ustrian ship "Tegetthoflf, " 

1872-74. p'roui tin; German. New York, 1877. 

8' 1144.10 

Paying investment. Set Dickinson (A. E.) 187(5. . . . 6522.09 

Payn (James). .Vce Fiction class-list (p. ,511). 

Payne (Daniel Beaumont). Address to the proprietors of bank 

Btiudi on the luanagemeut of the governor and directors of 

the bauk of Eiighiud. I.ond 181(1. 8" 60.')8.»7 

Payne (.1. lirrtraiid). 'Haydn's universal index of 

biograiiliy. London, 1870. 8" 3231.13 

Payne {.1. H.) Bee-keeper's guide ; depriving sys- 
tem. 4th ed. London, 1851. 12^ . . 4824.10 
Pajme (.lohn Howard). Life .and writings. Ed. by 

Gabriel Harrison. Albany, 1875. 8°. . 3138.03 
Cnntents : Life. Lispings of the muse ; juvenile poems. 

Our neglected poets ; Wm. Martin .Toliuson. Tragedy of 

llnltus. 
iJ/T" For plays of J. II P., sf-- Plays {.\rniHgpmi*nl hy authors). 
Ifir For lires of J.H.P., see Biography ([i. 185). 
Payne and sorowe <if evill marriage. Kd. by J. P. Collier. 

[Percy soc, V. 1. London. 1814. 1G°.| S060.01 

Paysou (Edward). Memoirs, select thoughts and 

seniiiins. Comjiiled by A. Cummings. 3 v. 

Portland, ISlC. S . .' \ 3.583.18 

Payson (.1. W. ) uml Hanaford (L.li. i P.ook-keeping.by 

single and double entry. 1!., 1858. obi. 12". 4015.05 

— Duntou (S. ) and Scribner (W. M.) Theory aud 

art of penmanship. 1'.., 1863. Vi'. . . 4011.32 

Peabody (Andrew Preston, D.D.) Christian belief 

.and life. Boston, 187.'!. 1'2' 3584.02 

— Auti'Siipernatnralism : sermon before the Divinity school in 

Harvard Univ., July 13. 184.';, Cambridge. 1845. 8'. 3584 00 

— Appeal to the ynnug : sermou. I'ortsmoutb, N. IL, March, 12, 

1848. Portsinontb, 1848. 12° 3584.00 

— Authority in religion ; sermon at the ordination of E. M. 

Wbeelock, Dover. N. H., Jan., 7. 1857. B., 1857. 8'. 3584.00 

— Christian consolations. Sermons. 6th ed. Bos- 

ton, 1867. 8" 3584.04 

— Christianity .and science. N. Y., 1874. 12°. 3584.0,5 

— Christianity the religion of nature. Bo.ston, 1864. 

12'. . ". 3584.03 

— Conversation ; its faults and its graces. Boston, 

185G. 1'2'^ 042.3.27 

— Forgiveness ; sermon at the ordination of Horatio Stebbins. 

Fitehburg.Ma.ss., Nov. 5, 1851. Fitcbbuig, IS.'il. 8". 3584.00 

— Manu.'il of moral philosophy. N.Y.,1873. 1'2°. 51.35.39 
— Our conversation in heavi-n : sermon on the death of Mary 

Lyman Lolhrop. Boston. 1859. 8" 3584.00 



THE BROOKLYN LIBRAKV. 



PEABODY - PEEL 



S41 



— Progress in ChriHt, not boynnil ChriRt : sormou at the inelal- 

latiiin of A. Judsou Kicli, Brooklield. and a statcincnt of 

reliHioua buliof, by tlie p:istor olnct. Sliriugf.,lH70,S\ nilHl .10 

• - ReiiiiuisiH'Uces of European travel. New York, 

1H08. J2° Uir-.U-J 

— Soieutific uiUication of lucchaiiii-a aud artiBaus : address. 

[In Smith, report, 1H72.| 393li.27 

— Scripture doctrine of Clirist ; llirce sermons. Portsmouth, 

180U. 8' :ir,Ht.ou 

— Student's duty to his parents : sermon, Sept. 18, 1H64. Cani- 

bridKO, 1864. 8' 3584.1)0 

— Usea ot classical literature : address before the United lit. 

soc of Dartnioutli college. Boston, 1843. 8'. . . 3584. OJ 

Peabody (Elizabeth P. ) Kecoril of Mr. Alcott's .scliool, 

moral culture. Boston, 1874. 1(V'. . . 5rjV2.2H 

— Jloral culture of infaucv and kindergarten guide. ,Six Mann 

(.!/;<. II.) ««'( Peabody (E. P.) 5514 IJ2a 

Peabody (Wiii. Uouru Oliver). Life of Alexander 

Wilson. New York, 1S53. IG^ . . .3241.0'J 
~ Life of Cotton Mather. N. Y., 1849. IG'^ . 3241. 0(! 
-^ Life of David Brainerd. N. Y., 1851. IG'. 3241. (18 

— Cateeliisra l..r the use of childreu. B.,1849. 12Mr.7.-..40 ;fi43'J.22 

- .Si)rinf<ti('l(l eollieti(jn of hymns for sacred worship. 

Springfield, 1835. Ifi" 37G1.(I'.) 

— Life of .lames Oglethorpe. B., 1848. 16°. 3241.12 

- Life of John Sullivan. Boston, 1848. 16^ 3211.13 
Peabody (OU\er Win. Bourn). Life of Israel Put- 
nam. New York, 18.31). l(i° 3241.(17 

Peabody museum of American .archasology and eth- 
nology. V. 1, 18fi8-7G. Camb., 187G. 8\ 4732.11) 

Peace convention, ISfil. ChiUenden (L. K) Reports, 
etc.. 1864 64,5.08 

Peace jubilee. Jubiki^. days : illustrated daily record 
of the World's peace jubilee. With illus. by A. 
Hoppin. Boston, 1872. fol ISliG.l'.) 

Peace and war. .^f-? War and peace ; — Law [InternaUnnal, p. (188). 

Peachey ( .l/r.s-. — ). lloyal guidci to w.ax flower mo- 
<lelling. Londcn, 1851. 8' 1443.31 

Peacock. A'C',' also Pecock. 

Peacocke (B. A.) Practical researches in hydraulics. [In 
Weale (-T.) Papers ou engineering, v. 5, 1845.] . . 3918.15 

Peacock (Edward). English church furniture, or- 
naments and decorations at the period of tho 
reformation, [monuments of superstition]. Lon- 
don, 1866. 8- 3767.20 

Peacock (George, D.T).) Life of Thomas Young. 
London, 1865. 8= 3187.2,5 

— Observations on tho .statutes of the university of 

Cambridge. London, 1841. 8°. . . . 5511.22 
Peacock (Thomas Love). Works : with preface by 
lord Houghton ; biogr. notice bv Edith Nicolls. 
Ed. by H. Cole. 3 v. "London, 1874. Hi'. 5062.15 
v. 1. Headlong H.all. Melincourt. Nightmare Abbey. 
2. Maid Marian. Misfortunes of Elphin. Crotchet Cas- 
tle. Gryll Grange. 3. Poetry. Miscellanies: Four ages 
of poetry ; Horaj dramaticie. Shelley. 

— Smith {a. J'.) Poets and novelists. 187C 3251.11 

St^eaU'i Coutemp. rev., Aprd, 1875 (by J. Davies) ; Fort- 
nightly. Aug., 1873 ; Temple Bur, v. 44, 1875. 
Peacocks. .?'v Jardine {.S"i> W.) Gallinaceous birds. . . 4711.11 
Peake (Elizabeth). History of the German emperors. 
From the German. Phila., 1874. 8'. . 514.2:i 

— Pen pictures of Europe. Phila., 1874. 8 '. 94(5.10 
Peak ((javilan). The struggle for existence. [Poems.] 

New York, 1872. 16' 1675.31 

Peake (James). Rudiments of naval architecture. 
London. 1839. 16' 4517.2.") 

Peake (Richard Briusiey). .SVf Plays {Arranged under aulhiirs). 

Peaks, passes, and glaciers. Excursions by members 
of the Alpine club. Ed. by John Bull. Lon- 
don, 18r)9. 8' 983.08 

Same. 2d series. Ed. by E. S. Kennedy. 2 v. 

London, 18(52. 8' 983.21 

Peale. See nisn Peel. 

Peale (.\. C.) (Jeol. report on the Grand river district, f/n Hay- 
den. Geol. (tint getxir, survey tif the territories. 9th report. 
1875.] " 4110.29 

Peale (Rembrandt). Graphics ; edticatiou of tho 
eye and the training of the hand, as auxiliary to 
writing, geograjiliy, and drawing. Philadeljihia, 
1850. 12°. ..." 1432.37 

— Notes on Italy, 1829-1830. Phil., 1831. 8^ 974.13 

— Portfolio of an artist. Phil., 1839. 12°. .25 11. IS 
Peale (T. R.) Method of preserving lepidoptera. [/» Sm. re- 
port, 1863.1 3936.18 

— Uses of the brain and marrow of animals among the Indians 

of North America. |/ii Sm. report. 1870.] . . . 3930.23 
Pearce. Sue. al^o Peirce : — Pierce : — Pears. 



Pearce (Robert Rouiere). Memoirs and correspon- 
deiice of Richard, mnrciuess Wellesley. 3 v. 
London, 18 16. 8' 3183.03 

Pcard (F. H.) See Fiction (p. 511). 

Peard (W., M.D., hL. Ii.) Year of liberty ; or salmon 
angling in Ireland, 186.5. L., 1867. 8^^ . 4Glr;.21 

Pearl of the Antilles. .Vrv Gallcnga (A.) 1873 1101.23 

Pearls. See Fine arts {tlem>t aitit precious stimes, p. 1544) ; — also 
Simiiioiids (/'./.-) i'larl.s and 1)1 arl Ilsheries. [/n /«« Com- 
mercial products of Ihe sea. 1879.) 4825.27 

Pearly nautilus, .sv.' Owen (R.) Memoirs, fte. 1832. .4828 11 

Pears (I'idwin, ed.) Se ■ Prisons and refr)i-matorie8. etc. London, 
1872. 8° 5818.25 

Pearsall (K L.) Tho kiss of thovirgin ; a narrative of researcbeB, 
etc. (/)! Archffiologia, v. 27, 1838.1 5128.— 

Pearson (Cliarles H. ) I'^arly and middle ages of Eng- 
land. 2v. London, i 868. 8'. ... 453.18 
- English history inthe 14th cent. L., 187(5.12°. 4.52.07 

— ■ Historical mai>s during the first thirteen centuries. 
London, 1860. fol 45(i.l0 

Pearson (Emily C. ) Gutenberg and tho art of print- 
ing. Boston, 1871. 12" 27(53.17 

Pearson (John). Exposition of the creed. New 
York, 1851. 8" 3.584. ()0 

Peasant-boy philosopher [i.e. .lames I'erguson]. See Mayhew 
(H.) Slory of. elc '. 4021.26 

Peasant life in Germany. .SVc Johnson (J/i.M A. C.) 1858. 9C4.07 

Pease (Rev. A. G. ) Philoso])liv of trinitarian doc- 
trine. New York. 1875. 12' 3584.01 

Pease (Calvin). In memoriam : Calvin Pease. New 

York, 186-5. 8 3137.01 

Conieuts : Discourse by W. G. T. Shedd. .Sermon by J. 
B. Shaw. Remarks by J. 'I'oi-rey, e(e. 

Pecchio (Giuseppe, coute). .s.-nii-sc!rious observations of an Ita- 
lian exile in Eug)and. I /" Waldic library, V. 1.] .5078.16 

Pech (James). Influence of liberty on taste, in the 
ages of Augustus and Louis xiv. New York, 
1869. 8°. .' 573.3.12 

Peche (Le) de Madeleine. [iinim.\ '.'h'. c-d. Paris, 
1866. 12° 7048.06 

Peck (George). Wyoming, its hisforv, incidents, 
do. New York, 18.58. 12°. . . .". . 591.07 

Peck (J. L. ) Dress and care of the feet. New Y'ork, 
1871. 12° 4332.11 

Peck (Jesse T., B.J). ) History of the great republic^ 
from a ciiristiiiu standpoint. N.Y'..18(58.8°. 575.27 

Peck (.John M.) Life <if Daniel Boone. [In Sparks (J.) Libr. of 
Amor, biogr , 2d B.. V. 13, 1817. 10'.] 3241.23 

Peck (Wm. G. ) Complete arithmetic. New York, 
1874. 12° 4011.19 

— Treatise on analytical geometry. New Y'ork, 1873. 
12° " 4012.10 

Pe'clet (Eugfene). Traite de la chaleur, et de ses ap- 
plications. 2 v. Paris, 1828. 8°. . . . 4027.28 

Same. Planche.s. 3e ed. Liege, 1845. 8°. 4028.17 

— - Treatise on heat. [In Weale (J.) Papers on engineering, 
v. 2, 1844] 3918.12 

Pecock (Reginald). Tho repressor of over-much 

blaming of the clergy. Ed. Ijy C. Babington. 

2 V. L., i860. 8°. [Rolls chronicles. ] . 5140.— 

,S''c Dublin rev.. Jan., 1H75 ,Pr. his character and fortunes). 

Pecquet (.\ntoine). .Secret history of Persia [i.e. 
France], and of the most considerable states of 
Asia [i.e. Europe]. Tr. from the French, [anon.] 
London, 1715. Id' 521.06 

Pecnlium (Tlic). .S.r Hancock (T.) 3557.00 

Pedagogy. See Education (p. 434-439). 

Pedagogics as a system. .S"' Roscnkranz (K.) 1872. . 5518.07 

Pedder (Henry C. i Man and woman in their relations 
to each other, and tho world. N.\'.,1S71.12°.5821.17 

Pedestrian reminiscences. [England.] BySylvanus. 
London, 1848. 8° " 913.03 

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rev. June, 1877 (Pedigree and pedigree-makers, by E. A. 
Freeman). 

VeA'co u.. [emiteror of Brazit). Fialho(A.) Sketch of . [/o Smith. 
report, 1876.) 3930.31 

Peebles (J. M. ) Around the world : travels. 2d ed. 
Boston, 1875. 8° 913.11 

— .Seers of the ages : embracing spiritualism, past 

and present. 2d ed. Boston, 1869. 8". 3815. 2G 
Peel. *■(• alsn Peale. 
Peel (.S'i/' Robert). Letter to the electors for the 

borough of Tamworth. L., 1847. 8°. . 5093.17 

— Speeches. [1810-50.] With general index [in v. 1]. 

4v. London, 18.53. 8° 6313.03 

I^^ For lives and crit. estimates, Bee Biography (p. 185). 



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Peeps from a belfry. Sue Shelton (F. W.) 1855. 
Peerage. 

— Burke (Sh- Jl.) Genuulo^icnl ami hcnildic aic-tioii- 

iii-y of tho jjonrage imd baronutage of tbo British 

empire. 18tU oil. 1856 GGI.5.U1 

Same. IV.Itli eil. 1877 CGlS.O'i 

— CuUins (.1.) Pcera^je of Englaud ; gouoalogical, 

biographical, ami historical. 'J v. 181'2. GIJI.'J.OT 

— Ciilik (II. L.) llomancc of the peerage. 1 v. 6012.22 

V, 1. Lettico lvnolly.s : lior marriages and Uer desccu- 
dauts. Till) earldom of Banbury. 2. Kindred of queen 
Auni? lioiyu. Laily Dorotiiy Deverenx. Tbe old Pereiea, 
Eail Henry, the wizaiil. tlth earl of Northiunbei-laud. 
Tiie last lord Coliliani. The last lf>rd Gray of Wilton. 
Mary Tlld<n-, queen of Louis xil. .Sisters of lady .lane 
Grey. RIart,'aret Tudor, qu. of .James iv. of Si-otland. 
Lady Arabella Stuart. 3. Aristocracy and deinoei-acy 
Charles Brandon's widow. Sir Robert Dudley. Bess of 
HardwicU, and the HardwickB. Tlie CavendisUes and the 
Stanbopes. Lord rcmbroUo and sir (ieorge Wharton. 
Wharton and Stuart duel. Lord Orichton of Sauqnluir. 
The earldom of M<mteitU. 4. Tho great earl of Cork and the 
Boyles. Tlie Ikiuvenes. The ducal Osbornes. The Pol- 
tiniore Bamfyhlea. Anne Ohflord. Sir Stephen Fox. Sir 
William Phips, The house of I'etiy. Percy tho trunk- 
maker. Tlie heiress of tho Pereies. Anue of BuceleucU. 

— Debntl'.f illustrated baronetage, with the knightage 

of Great Britain and Ireland, 1871. . . 6611.21 

Ilhistrated peerage, and titles of courtesy, of 

Great Britain and Ireland. 1869,1871. . 6611.13 

— Finilin (IK iiu'l K\ Portraits of the female aris- 

tocracy of the court of queen Victoria. 2 v. 
18411 H67.M 

— HaywaM (A.) Vicissitudes of families; Euglish. Scotch, 

Irish and contiueiital nobility. [In his Selected essays, 

V. i. laTS.J 2327.29 

-- Nkiiliis (Sir 11.) Historic peerage of England. 
New ed. of the ' Synopsis of the peerage of Eng- 
land.' Revised by W. f'ourthope. 18.57. 6611.19 

— - Tlnna (.1. H.) The upper ten thousand ; an alpha- 

betical list of all members of noble families. He. 
1875 6612.(1,^ 

— Witlfiinl (K) The crown peerage for 18G8. G611.U1 

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V. 79, 185G (Peerages for life) ; Fraser'9 mag., N.s.,v. 3. 1871 
(Life peei-ages); N. A. rev., v. 97, 1HG:1 (Peerages and gene- 
alogies); Nat. qu. rev., v. 18, 18G9 (The ruling class in Eng- 
land) ; Qu. rev.. V. 103, 1858 or Littell. 1858, v. 1 (Hist, 
peeiage of England) ; Journal of the Statistical soc. of 
Loudou, V. 2(;, lM(i3 (On the rate of mortality prevailing 
amongst tho families of tho peerage during the 19th cen- 
tury, by A. H. Bailey) ; Oentl. mag., Jan., 1879 ; p. 80-94 
(Vicissitudes of titles, by E. (!. G. Murray). 
HW A'*^e ii's" Aristocracy (p. 35) ; — Nobility (p. 820). 

Peerage of poverty. .SV,; Hood (E. P ) 1870 3265.13 

Peet ( H;irvey P. ) On the legal rights of the deaf 
ami dumb. Richmond, ( I'd. ), 18.57. 8^5625.17 
05" For other addresses of H. P. P , st-f- Deaf and dumb 
(p. 408). 

Pegasus re-saddled. .?.■.■ PenneU (H. C.) 1675.37 

Pegge (Samuel). Observations on the history of St. George, tho 
patr.'u saint of England. [In Archsologia, v. 5, 1779. J 

Pegot-Ogier (Eugene). The Fortunate Isles ; or the 
Camxries. 2 v. 1.S71. 8' 1092.12 

Peile(John). Philology. New York, 1877. 16^. 6411.06 

Peirce. .'•>'; ti^si> Pearce ;— Pears ;— Pierce. 

Peirce il'riif. Benjamin). System of analytical me- 
chanics. Boston 1855. 4= 4018.11 

— Ocean lanes for steamship navigation. [In Amer. soc. sci. 

assoo. Trans., no. 0, 1874.) 6811.03 

Peirce ( /ieo. Bradford K). Trials of an inventor : Life 
and discov. of (ioodyear. N.Y.. 1866. 16°. 3067.04 

— A h;ilf century with juvenile delinquents ; or, the 

N.Y. House of refuge, dr. N.Y., 1869. 8'. 5817.15 

Pekin. •Vfi' Countries, etc. {I\kin, p. :157). 

Pelayo ; an epic (poem). .Vfc Beach (H. T. P.) 1864.. .1014.10 

Pelet de la Lozere ( Ijouite Jean). Napoleon in coun- 
cil, or ojiinions delivered in the council of state. 
Tr. byB. Hall. Edinburgh, 1837. 12'. . 3132.23 

PeU(\Vm. W.) Guide for the voung to success and 
happiness. New York, 18;53. 12\ . .3511.15 

Pellariii I Charles, M.D.) Life of Charles Fourier. Tr. 
byF. G.Shaw. 2d ed. N. Y., 1848. 12°. 30.57.22 

Pellew (George). Life and corresp. of Henry Addiug- 
ton, 1st lord Sidmouth. 3v. L., 1817. 8". 3012.12 

Pellham (lid ward). God's powi-r and providence in 
tho deliverance of eight Englishmen, left in 
Greenland, 1G30. Ed. by A. White. London, 
U,ildui/l si,c., ifi55. 8° 1145.14 



Pellison (Paul>. History of the French Academy. 

London, 16.57. 16° 2741.02 

Peloubet (lin: F. N. inid M. A.) Select notes on the 
iiitirnational sabbath school les.sons, 187^. Bos- 
ton, 1877. 8°. 3713.03 

Pelsart (I'lancis). »VoyaK0 to Australasia, 1828. [In Finkerton. 

Voyages, v. 11. J Il26.ll 

Pemaquid, (.f/a'Tif). .V": Countries, ftc. ^^p.maquid, p 3.57). 
Pembertoii(ll.) Hist, of .Monaco. L. 1867. 8'. 533.25 
Pembertou (Oliver). Clinical illustrations of various 
foirus of cancer, r/i'. L., 1867. fol. . .4318.17 

Pen and pencil. ,SVe Balmanno (.!//■*■. M.) 2517.03 

Pen pictures of Euroiic .Vf Peake E.) 1874 946.10 

Pen pictures of popular English preachers. By the author of 
' Pen and ink sketches of authors and authoresses,' tU. 
[anim.[ New and eul. ed. London, 18.52. 16°. . . 3143.07 

Pen pictures of the war. .SV.> Bill (L.) 1864 044.02 

Penal legislition. Sf: Law (Criminai. p. 686) :— Social science 

{''niii'- and punisltments). 
Pencillings by tlie way : in Europe. .S'«j._' Wilhs (N. P.) . 944. U9 

Pendleton (Mr.i. H.) Husband and wife : human 
development. New York, 1863. 12°. . 4331.04 
Pendulum. 

— liatly [F.) Iteport on the pendulum experiments luade by 

Henry Foster, in 1828 31. with a view to delerinine the 
figure of the earth. [In Royal astr<»D. soc. Memoirs, v. 7. 
1834. 1 4008.00 

— Play/air (J.) Review of Kaler on the peudllluni. [In lag 

Works, V. 4.1 .5003 04 

— Sabinn [E.) Experimeuts to determine thefignro of the earth. 

1825 4028.00 

J8il^ .V'-'- nh^i Astronomy {Earth, p. 54). 

Penfold (Charles I. Practical remarks upon the prin- 
ciple of rating. 5th ed., by J. T. Kershaw. Lon- 
don, 1869. 8° 5635.19 

Penhallo'W (Samuel). History of the wars of New 
England with the eastern Indians, from 1703 to 
1713. Cincinnati, ls,59. 4° 5.57.25 

Peninsular scenes and sketches. [«nOH.] Edinburgh. 
1819. lr,° 984.02 

Peninsular war. .V'--'' Countries (.S*pai« .• P*'ninsular war. p. 370). 

Penitentiary system. See Social science [Fris(ms andprison dis- 
cipiine). 

Penley (Aaron). Elements of perspective. 23d ed. 
Loudon, 1875. 12° 1472.09 

— - Sketching from "nature in water colours. 10 pi. 

London, 1869. fol 1437.11 

— - System of water colour painting. 33il ed. Lon- 

don, 1873. 12" 1471.20 

Penmanship. [Ser hIhd Writing.] 

KiUicurlh (U. W.) Text-book on penmanship, ein. 
1863 4014.31 

- Paxjson, Dunton, and Scribner. Theorv and art of 

penmanship. 1863 " . . 4014.32 

— Pejilc. (R.t Graphics; training of the hand, etc. 

1850 1432.37 

-- Spencer (P. R.) Compendium of S]>encerian or 
semi-angular penmanshiiJ. 1866. . . . 1014.30 

— WiUiams and Packard's System of piumanship. 

1869 4014.29 

- Younr/ clerk's iissistant ; or penmanshiji made easy. 

[anon.] 1770 4014.33 

Penn (Granville). The bioscope, or dial of life, ex- 

lilained. London. 1812. 16= 3584.08 

-— Comparative estimate of the mineral and mosaical 

geologies. 2d ed. 2 v. L., 1825 8°. .37r.2.13 

— Examination of the primary argument of tho Iliad. 

London, 1821. 8'. ....'.... 1655.09 
Penn (James). Sailing directions for the west coasts 
of France, Spain, and Portugal. 2d ed. Lon- 
don, 1873. 8. . . 986.20 

Pemi (Will.) Select works. [With life.] 3d ed. 

5 V. London, 1782. 8= 3584.09 

V. 1. Life. Truth exalted. Sandy foundation shaken. 
Innocency with her open face. Letter of love to the young 
convinced The people's ancient and just liberties as- 
serted, in the trial of W. Penu. The christiau quaker. 
General rule of faith and practice, and judge of contro- 
versy. 

2. No cross, no crown. Treatise on oaths. 

3. Great case of liberty of conscience. Seasonable caveat 
against popery. Proposed coiuprehensiou considered. 
Letters to council and senate of Eiubdeu. Wisdom justi- 
fied of her children, from the calumny of U. Hallywell. 
England's present iuterest considered. Letter to the 
princess at Hertford, iu Germany. Summons to Christen- 
dom. Tender advice and counsel. Travels iu Holland and 
Germany. 



THE B K O O K L Y N L I B R A R 



PENN PERCY 



843 



4. AildresB to tli« lU-otostaulH of all porsuasious. S:ml 
MuiittoN to tllL- Kl'oiltnl. Kpistio to tho children oi' liKbt 
I^iii^'lamlH threat iutcrrsl in tlio choice of a ucw parliament. 
Our civil nniuii is t'lii- ciul saicty. Brief examination and 
Mtate 1)1' liberty, spiritual. I'ersiiasivu of moderation to 
elmrcli dissenters. <lood advii-o to the eliurcli of l-lngland. 
Just iiieasnrep. 'I'he new Athenians no noble Bereaiis. 

5. A key to distingniRli tlie leliKiou posflessed by the 
people called Quakers. Ueply to answer. .Some fruits of 
solitude. Brief account of the rise and progre.'js of quak- 
ere. Priniitive Christianity revived, Testiincmy to the 
truth of God. Defence of gospel truths. Advice to his 
children. 

— Works. I'retixed, Journal of lii« life, cic. 2 v. 

Loudou, I72G. fol 3(i28.(l| 

— llmU [J.) Ucligious thought in England, v. 2. 1871 ; p. 288- 

2'J5 3U5.13 

liS' For lives of Wm. Peuu, Sfin Biography (p. 185). 
Pennant (Thomas). *Tour in Scotland, 17ti'J. [In Pinkerton (J.) 

Voyages, v. 3.) 920.0:) 

Peauell (Harry Cholmondeley). The book of tbe 

pike. London, \Si;r,. 12° 4()1G.10 

— Fisiiing gossip. Edinburgh, 1806. 12'\ . lUlfi.lH 

— Modern practical angk-r. L., 1S70. 12". .4010.11 
— ■ Muses of mayfair : selections from vers de societe 

of the lOth'centiiry. Loudon, 1874. 12". 167.'i..38 

— Pegasus re-saddled. Phil., 1878. 12°. . . 167.5.37 
Pemiell (R. F. ) Ancient Greece, to the death of 

Alexander. Boston, 1874. 16°. . . . 421. 2s 
Penniless iiailiaiueut of thredbare poets ; or all mirth anil wit 

tie conceites. [In Percy soc, v. 8.] 50(;o,ii8 

Peimiiigton (Arthur llobert). Life and cliaracter of 

Erasmus. London. 1875. 12°. .... 30.04.31 
Pennsylvania. -V''' Countries, etc. {Pennsylvanin, p. 357). 
Pennsylvania (f'uw.. lid/ <V'). ITDOci (0. B.) History of, to 1827. 

|/H /(i,s Hist, meninirs. I'hda.. 1872. 8°.] 2548.01 

Pennsylvania Kut.h ; essays. .V.r Haldeman (S. S.) 1872. 021,15 
Peiuisylvaiiia historical society. Memoirs. Ed. by E. 

Armstrong, v. 1,8-11. Phil., 1804-7(i. 8'. 023.08 
V. 8. Defence of Philadelphia, 18U-15. 9-10. Correspon- 
dence between W. Penu and James Logan, 17UO-50. v. 1-2. 

11 Acrelius (1.) History of New Sweden. Tr. by W. M. 

Reynolds. 
Pennsylvania hospital. Wood {G. B.) Address on the occasion 

of the centennial celebration of the Pennsylvania hospital. 

Juno 10th, 1851. 1851 l:iH.-'s 

— Wood [G.B.) History of. [//i /(is Hist, memoirs, 1872.] 2.')-18.ul 
Pemisylvaiiia magazine of history and biography. 

V. 1-2. Philadelphia, 1877-78. 8°. . . . 
Pennsylvania pilgrim, dc. See Whittier (J. G.) 1872. . 1695.3G 
Pennsylvania reserve corps. See Sypher (J. K.) ... 644.19 
Peuay cvclop:edia of the Society for the diffusion of 

useful knowledge. 27 v. L.,ls:i3-43. 4°. . R.A. 

-Same. Supplement. 2 v. L.,1846-.'>1. fol. . R.A. 

Same. Second supplement. L., 1858. fol. .R.A. 

Peiiny (George). Traditions fif Perth. Perth, 1830. 

8' 48 ^lO 

Penny (Virginia). Emidoyment of women. Boston, 

1S03. 12° ' 5824.22 

— Think and act : articles pertaining to men and wo- 

men, work and wages. Phil.. 1800. 12'. 5824.22 
Pennyman {Major), pseud. See Denison (Charles W.) 
Penrose {Mrs. E.) [' .l/r.s. Markhaiu,' p.srm/.] His- 
tory of France. New ed. L., 1867. 12'. 513.14 

— History of Germany to 1807. New and revised ed. 

London, 1860. 12° 544.17 

Penrose (Thomas). Sketches of tlie lives of Dante 

and Petrarch, [aiiun.] L., 1700. 16\ .3016.17 
Pensoes See Joubert (-J.) ;— Pascal (B.) .—atso Aphorisms (p, 30). 

Pens and types. *r Drew (li.) 1872 6432.25 

Peusious. Hdtf {tlri>.]V.) Manual of. 1802.563.5.23 
Pentameron (The)'; or interviews of Boccaccio and Petrarca. [In 

Landor (W. .S.) \V..rks. v. 2.] 5047.03 

Pentateuch, .sv.- Biblical and religious lit. tfentiUcuch. jy. 96). 
People (The). .SV,- Michelet (-1.) INIiscel. works. 1840. . .5053.06 
People from the other world. .>ff</ Olcott (11. .S.) . . .3813.42 
People (The) t)ie sovereigns. .S'-^ Monroe (James). 1867 5722.02 
People's blue book. Tnxatii m as it is, and as it imgld, 

to be. Lon.lon. 18.'.7. Ul ,50:'.2.i'2 

People's book of biography. .V,-' Parton (J.) 3205. U3 

People's magazine. N. S. 5 v. L., 1800-73. 1.8". 

Pepe (Guglielmo). Italy from 1817 to 1849. 2 v. 

London, 1S54. 8°. . 533.15 

— Uelation des evenemeiis politiqnes et militaires a Najtles en 

1820 et 1821. L., 1824. 8'. [In Pamphleteer, v. 23.) 5058 23 
Pepper (.John Henry). Oyclopiiidic science simplified. 

[Physics.] London, ISO.O. 12°. . . . 4022.21 
Pepper K N.), and and other condiments. See Morris (J. W.) 

18.511 2541.04 

Pepys (tSamuel). Diary. See Biography (p. 180). 



Percival (Jaiiiew Gates). Poetical works. With biogr. 

sketcli, by L.W. Fitch. 2 v. B.,l«.50. 21". 167.5.2; 

t'onteitU : v. 1. Biogr. skelcli. I'o.nis. 2. Pnjnn-theilB. 

The dream of a day, ele. Posthonions poems. Jiiveuilo 

IJ'jeuis. 

Report of tlie gi-oliigy of the stale of Ciiiineeticut. 

New Uaveu, 1842. 8' 4114.17 

Kit' For lima of J. G. P.. see Biography (o. 180). 

Percival 1 1". ) Proverbs in Tamil, with their transla- 
tion. .Jaft'na, 1843. 12 0214.3.. 

Percival [lion. Spencer). Ituiuiry int<i the cnndnct tjf the prin 
cess .if Wales. Bristiil. 1SI3. 8" .WJ3.18 

Percy (Florence), [pseudon.] See Allen (Kliz. Akers). . . 1612.05 

Percy (.John). Manufacture of Russian slieet-iron. 
Lond.m, 1871. 8' 3034.32 

- Metallurgy of lead, including desilverization iind 

cupellation. London, 1870. 8 . . . . 30:;4.50 

Percy (Tiiomas, ()/). ) Folio manuscript, lialladsand 

romances. Ed. by J. W. Ilules and F. ■). Fumi- 

vall. 4 v. Loudon, IS. 18. 8' 1078.20 

- ReliquKS of ancient English poetry. Philadi Ipliia, 

1855. S' 11170 01 

Percy anecdotes. See Byerley (T.) and Robertson (J. C.) 20 v. 

1823 6211 01 

Percy society publications. Early English jioetry, 

ballads, and popular literature of the middle 

ages. 30 V. Loudon. 1 84 1-52. 12°. . . .5060.01 
Coments. 
Anglo-Saxon p.assiou of St. tieorge. Ed. by C. Hardwick.v. 28. 
Audelay (J.) Poems : Slii'opshire dialect in IGth century. 

Kd. by J. (I. Halliwell. v. 14. 
Barclay (\.) Cytezen and uploudyshman. Kd. by F. W. 

Fairliolt. v. 22. 
Barnfield (K.) Afleetiouate shepherd, v. 20. 
Boke of cuitasye. a poem of the 14th century. Ed. by J. O. 

Halliwell, V. 4. 
Brereton (H.) Tho most pleasant song of lady Bessy, and 

!iow she married king Henry vii. Ed. by ilullivvcll, v. 20. 
Britannia's piistoruls : a third book. Ed. byT. C. CrokHr.v.30. 
Chaucer ('i.) Canterbury tales; new text. 3 v. Ed. by T. 

Wright, v. 24. 25. and 20. 
Chettle (H.) Kind heart's dream : invectives against abuses. 

Ed. by E. F. Uinibault, v. 5. 
Civic garland ; songs from London pageants. Ed. by F. W. 

F.airholt. v. 10. 
Cock Lorell's bote. Ed. by E. F. Kimbault. v. 6. 
Collier (J. P.) Lyrical poems, selected from musical publi- 
cations. 1589-1600. V. 13. 

— (lid ballads, V. 1. 

Croker (T. C.) Historical songs of Ireland, temp. 1088. v. 1. 

— Keen of the south of Ireland, v. 13. 

— Popular songs, illustrative of the French invasion of Ire- 
land, V. 21. 

Crown garliud of golden roses, v. 6. 

Dekker (T.) A knight's conjuring. Ed. by E. F. Rimbault,v.5. 

— Troia nova triumphaus : Loudon triumphing, 1612, v. 10. 

— London's Tempe : or the field of happines.^s. v. 10. 
Deloney (T.) Garland of good-will. Ed. by J. H. Dixon, v. 30. 

— .strange histories, or songes and .nonets, v, 3. 
Denham (M. A.) Proverbs and popular siiyings rcl. to the 

seas'ins. the weather, and agricnltuial pursuits, v. 20, 
Dixon (.1. H.) .\ncient imems, ballads, and songs of the peas- 
antry of England, v. 17. 

— Scottish traditional versions of ancient ballads, v. 17. 
Drayton (M.) Harmony of the church, 1591. Spiritual songes. 

Ed. by A. Dyce. v. 7 ' 
Durand (J. F.) Genuine and curious luemoirs of the famous 

captain Tliurot. v. 21. 
Fairholt (F. W.) Lord mayor's pageants : I. History. 2. Ke- 

prints, V. 10. 

— Poems and Bongsrelating to George "Villiers, duke o( Buck- 
ingham, and his assassination. Withiutrod. and note8.v.29. 

— Satirical songs and poems on costume. 13-19th cent., v. 27. 
Friar IJakou's prophesie, a satire on the degeneracy of the 

tunes. A.I). 1604. Ed. by J. U. Halliw 11. v. 15. 
Gitfard (G.) Dialogue coucerniug witches, and witchcrafts, 

from ed. of 1603. Ed by J. O. Halliwell. v. 8. 
Halle (J.) Historian expostulation ag.iinst the beastlye 

abusers of chyrurgerie and physyke, ed, by T. J. Petti- 

grew, v. 1 1. 
Halliwell (J. O.) Kotices of fugitive tracts and chap-booka, 

V. 29. 

— Descriptive notices of popular English histories, v. 23. 

— Nursery rhymes of England, v. 4. 

— Early naval ballads nf England, v. 2. 
Harmony <if birds, a poem, v. 7. 

Hawes (S.) Pastime of pleasure, allegorical poem, v. 18. 
Heywood (T.) Ilialogue on wit and folly, «ith account of 
author and his worlis. by F. \V. Fairholt. v. 20. 

— A marriage triumpli. iiiiptials.il tlie prince palatine |Fred- 
erii-kof Bolicinialaiid Elizabeth |.laii;;ht.r of James i.). v. 3. 

— Porta pietatis, or. the harbour of piety, v. 10. 

Hutton (H.) Follie's anatomic, or. satyrea and satirical epi- 
grams. Ed. by E. F. Rimbanlt, v. 6. 

Ingelcnd (T.) Interlude of the disobedient child. Eil. by 
J. O Halliwell. V. 22. 

Interlude of tlie trial of treasure. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell, v. 28. 



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Percy society. PublicationK, conlliuitxl. 

Interlude of tho four taements. Ed. by J. O. Halliwcll, v. '2'2. 
Jack <'t Dnvirr. or, liiH Hoarcli lor tUo veriest fool iu Kugland. 

Ivl. by T. Wright, v. 7. 
Johnson (K.) Crowno t^arlaudM of golden roses. Ed. hy W. 

Cihappi'll, V. C. ir>. 
Jordan (T.) Londoii'H n smrectiou to joy uud triumph .; a 

lord mayor's pageant, 1G71. v. 10. 
-— Triuinphw of Loudon. KITS ; a lord mayor's pageaut. v. 10. 
Kerry pastoral, iu imitation of tho first eclogue of Virgil. 

Ei. by 'J'. C. Croker. v. 7. 
King iiiid a poor northern man. Ed. by J. P. Collier, v. 1. 
Loyal Hurlaud. a collection of BOiiga of the 17th century, «' 

bv -1. O^ HalliwL-lI. V. 2'J. 
Luke ( -). Knterludo of John Bon and Mast Person ; a dia- 

lo;,'ui^ <-ii transubstautiation. Ed. by W. H. Bl.ick. v. 30. 
Lydgate (J.) Selections from minor poems. Ed. by J. (). 

llailiwi-U. V. 2. 
Mackay ((^, cd.) Son(?s and ballads relative to tho Loudon 

pn-niuH.' iiud Lomion gL-uerally. v. 1. 
Man in Uio nmouo ; or. the English fortune-teller. Ed. by 

J. O. HalUwell. V. 29. 
Maroccus extatieus ; (U- Bankes' bay horse in a trance, ir>27. 

Ed by E. F. Itimbault, v. 1), 
Massinger (P.) Boliovo as you ILst ; a tragedy. Ed. by T. 

C. CinliLT, V. 27. 
Meeting"! gallants at an ordinarie. Ed. by J.0.HalliweU,v.5. 
Owl ami Ibn nightingale; au early English poem. Ed. by 

T. Wri-^bi. V. 11. 
Patient (irissd (History of}, first narrated iu the Decameron 

of liui-ra* rio . two traets, v. 3. 
Pain and sorrow of evil marriage. Ed. by J. P. Collier, v. 1. 
Pleasant conceits of old Hobson, tho merry Londoner, 1581. 

Ea. by J. O. Halliwfll, v. 'J. 
Poem oil thtt times of Edward ii. Ed. by 0. Hardwick, v. 28. 
Poetical miscellanies, lime of James I. Ed. by J. O- Halli- 

W.11. V. 15. 
Porter (H.) Two angry women of Abiugtou. Ed. by A. 

Dvcf. V. 5. 
Psalms (Paraphrase of the seven penitential), by Thomas 

Brampton. 1 114. wilb notes Ijy W. H. Black, v. 7. 
Tbirti^eii psalms antl the first chapter of Ecclesiastes ver- 

sifi'^'i. I>y J. *-'rokt\ Willi memoir of the author by sir A. 

Crok.^ V. Jl. 
Reynard Ihc fox. from tlie ed. by Caxtou, with uotes and liter- 
ary bist. of the roinauce. by W. J. Thorns, v. 12. 
Rich (B.) The htmestie of this age. proving that the world 

was never honest til! now. With uotes by P. Cunning- 
ham, V. 11. 
Rimbault (E. F., cd.) Ancient poetical tracts of the IGth cen- 
tury, V. fi. 

Old balUids illustrating the great frost of 1633-'84, v. 9. 

Robert of Gloucester. Lile and martyrdom of Thomas 

Beket. Ed. by W. II. Black, v. 19. 
Robin (ioodiellow (M;ul pranks and merry jests of). Introd. 

by J. P. Collier, v. 2. 
Romance of tho emperor Oetaviau. Ed. by Halliwell, v. 14. 
Romance of Syr Tryamoure. Ed. by J. <>. Halliwell. v. 16. 
Rowlands (S.)" The f"ur kuaves : a series of satirical tracts. 

Ed. by E. F. Uimbault, v. 'X 
Rowley (W.) Search for money; or, the complaint for the 

loss of the wauderiug kuight monsieur 1/Argent, v. 2. 
St. Brandan ; a medieval legend of the sea, iu verse aud 

prose. Ed. by T. Wright, v. 14. 
Sandys (W.) Festive songs of the IGth aud 17th ceuturies, 

witb introduction, v. 2;J. 
Seven sages, iu English verse, with introd. essay, by T. 

Wngbt. V. 10. 
Shoreham(Wm de). Religious poems. Ed. by T. Wright,v.28. 
Six ballads, with burden. Ed. by J. (.loodwlti. v. 13. 
Tatham (J.) The royal oake ; a lord mayor's pageant. lOGO, v. 10. 
Thomson (-1.) Poem to the memory of W. Gougreve, with 

pivlace by Peter Cunuiugham. v. 'J. 
Walker (G.) Manifest detection of the vyle aud detestable 

use of dice play. Ed. by J O. Ualliwell, v. 2'.). 
Warwick (Mary, rmmtess of). Autobiography, v. 22. 
Westward lV)r smells ; an early collection of stories. Ed. 

bv J.O. Halliwell. v. 22. 
Wotlon {-Sir 11.) Poems. Ed. by A. Dyee. v. 6. 
Wright (T.) Political ballads publ. iu England during the 

cominouwealth, v. 3, 

— Selections of Latiu stories, from ms. of 13th-14th centu- 
I'ies, v. 8. 

— Hougs and carols of the 15th century, v. 23. 

.__ Speiiineus of lyric poetry, temp. Edward i., v. 4. 

— Specimens of old Christinas carols, v. 4. 

Perdicaris (G. A.) The Greece of the Greeks. 2 v. 

NrwYork, 1S4.J. 12^ 1032.02 

Peregrinations of tho mind. See Baker (Wm.) 1811. . 2513.12 
Pereira (Jnn;ith;m). Lectures on polarizecUight, with 

<a ifcture on the microscope. Ed. by B. Powell. 

2d cd. London, 1851. Kj' 4U24.01 

— Manual of materia medica and therapeutics : an 

abrid^nuent, byF. Fiivre, etc. L.,1865. 8°, 4313.20 
Perez (Antonio). .SV.r Biography {p. 1K6). 
Perfect gentleman ; or etiquette and eloquence. 

N(^\v York, l^fU. 12' 5427.03 

Perfect life (The). .S'.y; Channing W, E.) 1873 3533.15 

Perfectibihty. A'ce BibUcal and relig. lit. {rerfectibility, p. 96). 



Perfumery. Srr Toilet ami cosmetic arli*. 

Pericles. .SVc Biography (p. lafij. 

Pericles, prin<;e ot Tyre. ,SVv; Shaksperc (Wm). 

Perier (Casimirj, King (A'.) In Inn French polit. leaders. 3221.17 

— licmtmU (C </f:). In his Critiques, ._7(:., v. 2, 185'J. . . 7048.14 
Perier ( Mine. Gilberte Pascal). Life of PaBcal, [Tr.] 

byK Jesup. London, 1723. 8° . . . 313(;.21 
Perils of Pearl street, including a taste of the dan- 
gers of Wall str<-et. [antm.] N.Y.,1831.H^ 5922.17 
Periodicals. [S<r. /dso Journalism, p. (J57.] 

— D,((h' (.V.I Essays illuKtrativc of the Tathrr, Spec- 

tator, and Guardian. :J v. 1805. . . . 2523,14 
- — Essays, illustrative of tlie Rambler, Adventurer, 
and Idler, and of the various pai)ers which, in 
imitation of the writings of Steele and Addison, 
iiave been iiuldisUed between the Spectator ami 
1808. 2 v 2523.12 

— llunt (A'. H.) Syeteiiiatizing abbreviations i>f titles of period- 

icals, vie. [In Amer. asaoc. Proc, v. 10. 1857, J . 3940.09 

— List of serial publiL-ati(mH now taken in the principal libra- 

ries ol Boston ami C^iinbridge. 1st eil. (;ainb.,ls7H.8'. 

— Mmhhn {It. H.) History of Irish periodical liteni- 

turc, from the end of the 17th to the middle of 
the 10th century. 2 v. 18G7 2712.0(; 

— pond {K. .V.) Amer. pLU-iotlical literature. \ln Baldwin's 

montbly. June— Dt;e,. 1877 ; 5 ntis.) 

— SU'i'jer (A") Periodical literature of the United 

States. [i;ibliograi)hy, arranged by states and 
towns.] New Y.n-k, 1873. 4^. . . . . 271G,31 

Ktf" Sen also E.ssays (p. 448). 

SW also Atlantii- inonthly, v. 5, 1860 (Amer. magazine 
lit. of last eeutiiry) ; lilackwood. v. 85. 185^ (The periodi- 
cal press ; 2 articles) ; v. 'JH. 18115 (French penodital liter- 
ature) ; Brit. qu. rev . Aug.. 1852, (U- Eclectic rev., v. 27, 
ib52 (Uist. of Brit, period, lit.) 

Indexes to (hnk)ds of P&riodicals. 
JSig- Sec Indexes (p. C44 of this Catalogue). 

List of Feriodicids. 

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Academy (The). 

Academy of uaturid Kiiruces of 
Philadelphia. Journal. 

Ackermann's repo.-^itory. 

Adventurer (The). 

Aldine (Thej. 

All the yt ar round. 

American annual register. 

American antiquarian society. 

American architect. 

American artisan 

American ;issociaiion for the 
advancement of science. Pro- 
ceedings. 

American biblical repository. 

American bibliopolist. 

American builder. 

American chess magazine. 

American educational annual. 

American edncatioual monthly. 

American gardener's magazine. 

American gt;ographical and sta- 
tistical society. 

American historical record aud 
repert. of untt-s aud queries. 

American liorolo^ical journal. 

American iust. ol arclntects. 

American institute of mining 
engineers. 

American institute of the city 
of N.w York. 

American journal of education. 

American journal of insanity. 

American journal of uumisma- 

tU3- 

American journal of science 
and arts. 

American journal of tho medi- 
cal sciences. 

American law review. 

American literary gazette. 

American Lb -yds' registiy of 
Aui'-T. and foreign sUipjJiug. 

American monthly icview. 

American uattirali.st. 

American polytechnic journal. 

American presbyterian aud 
thciilojiical review. 

American publisher aud book- 
seller. 

American publisher's circnlur. 

American quarterly church re- 
view. 



American quarterly register 
;tiid magazme. 

American railroad journal. 

American social science asso- 
ciation. Transactions. 

American theological review. 

American whig review. 

American year book. 

Annals of British legislation. 

Annals and uiagazine of natural 
history. 

Annee geographique. 

Annee litteraire etdramatique. 

Annual of scientific discovery. 

Annual record of science aud 
industry. 

Annual register. 

Anthologica Hiberuica. 

Anthropological review. 

Anthropological society. 

Appleton's journal. 

Aquatic monthly and nautical 
review. 

Arcana of science and art. 

Arch^eologia. 

Archceologia Americana. 

Archaeological institute of Great 
Britaiu aud Ireland. Journal. 

Archives of elect rology aud 
ueuroioyy. 

Archives ot ophthalmology and 
otology. 

Argosy (The), a magaziut-. 

Art, pictorial aud mduslrial. 

Art journal. 

Art pour tons. 

Art uuiou. 

Asiatic j'Hinial. 

Association of American geolo- 
gists and iiiittiralists. 

Astronomical soc. of London. 

Athenxum (The). 

Atlantic moutbly. 

Baldwin's monthly. 

Banker's magaziiu-, London. 

Bankers ii)ag;iziii.-, New York. 

Belgravia. 

Bentley's miscellany. 

Biblical repertory. 

Biblical repository. 

Bibliotheca sacra. 

Bibhopohst (The). 

Biograpliicai magazine. 



THE BItOOKLYN LIBBAUY. 



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Blackwood's Edinburgh mnga- 

ziiie. 

Boston qujutprly review. 

Braithwaile (W. aiui J.) littru 
BIjoct of ijrai'tical medieiuu 
and surgery. 

British and foreign review. 

British and fureigu medico-rhi- 
rurgical review. 

British archajological aBsucia- 
tioii. Journal. 

British quarterly review. 

Broadway (The). 

Brownson's quarterly review. 

Builder (The). 

Building news iThe). 

Calcutta review, 

Cassell's magazine. 

Catholic world. 

Chambers's Edinburgh journal. 

Chambers's journal. 

Chemical news. 

Chess pl.iyers* chronicle. 

Christian examiner. 

Christian observer. 

Christian spectator. 

Classical journal. 

Colburn's united service maga- 
zine. 

Colburn's new monthly nmga 
ziue. 

Comic almanack. 

Commercial and fiuauclal 
chr<inicle. 

Common-school journal. 

Contemporary review. 

Continental monthly. 

Cornhill magaziue. 

Crayon (The). 

Critic (Thu). 

Cultivator (The). 

Daheim. 

De Bow's commercial review 
of the south and west. 

Democratic review. 

Dental cosmos. 

Dublin quarterly journal vf 

medical science. 
Dublin review. 
Dublin university magazine. 
Ecclesiologist (The), 
Eclectic magazine. 
Economist (The), weekly com- 
mercial tJTiiea, banker's ga- 
zette, and railway monitor. 
Edinbui gh medical and sui-gical 

juiirual. 
Edinburgh review. 
Engineer (The). 
Engineering and mining jour. 
Essex county {Mass.) natural 

history society journal. 
Essex institute. Bulletin. 
Essex institute. Historical col- 
lections. 
EssoK institute. Proceedings. 
Europa. 

Every Saturday. 
Fisher's national magaziue. 
Fisherman's magazine and re- 
view. 
FUegende-Blatter. 
Flower-garden (The). 
Foreign quarterly review. 
Fortnightly review. 
Frank Leslie's magazine. 
Franklin institute (Journal of 

the). 
Eraser's nmgaziue. 
Friend (The). 
Friend of progress. 
Fun. 
Galaxy. 
Gartenlaube. 
Genie industriel (Le). 
Gentleman's magazine. 
Geographical mugaziuc. 
Geological magazme. 
Globus. 

Godcy's ladies' book. 
Good Words. 
Graham's magazine. 
Graphic (The). 
Guardian (The). 
Half yearly abstract of the 

mt'dical sciences. 
Hall's journal of health. 
Hammond's quarterly journal 
of psychological medicine ami 
ni'ilii-al jurisprudence. 
Hardwicke's ficienco go.'^ip. 
Harper's weekly. 



Harper's new monthly maga- 
zine. 
Hay's American journal of tbo 

ni'ilical sciences. 
Hearth and home. 
Herald of health. 
Historical niaguzioe. 
Homoeopathic medical sfiriety 

of the • t.ite of New York. 
Horological journal. 
Horticulturist (The). 
Hours at home. 
Household words. 
Hovey's American gardener's 

magazine. 
Hunt*s merchant's magazine. 
Idler (The). 

Illustrated London news. 
Illustrated magazine of art. 
Illustrated travels. 
Illustrirti' Zeiluug. 
Illustration (L'). 
Independent (The). 
Index (The). 
Intellectual observer. 
International review. 
Journal of elas.sical and sacred 

philology. 
Journal <'f philology. 
Journal of j'sychological medi- 

tine. 
Journal ot sacred literature. 
Journal of social science. 
Journal of speculative philos. 
Journal of the American insti- 
tute. 
Journal of the Franklin insti- 
tute. 
Journal of the Statistical society. 
Kidds o',vn journal ; science. 
Kitto's journal of sacred litera- 
ture. 
Knickerbocker (The), or New 

Vork monthly magazine. 
Lancet (The). 
Leisure hour. 
Library journal. 
Lippincott's magazine. 
Literary world. 
Littells li\ing age. 
Little corporal, 
LivAg ago (Littell's). 
London atlicuannn. 
London. ]-;dinburgh, and I)nb- 

lin philnh;opliical magazine. 
London iihistiated news. 
London quarterly review. 
London society. 
London times. 
Macmillan's magaziue. 
Magasin i)ittoresque. 
Magazine of American history. 
Manhattan and De La Salle 

monthly. 
Manufacturer and builder. 
Massachusetts quarterly rev. 
Mechanics' magazine, 
Medicodcgal society. 
Medical society of the county 

of Kings. Proceedings. 
Medical critic. 
Meliora ; a quarterly journal of 

(Social science. 
Merchant's magazine. 
Methodist quarterly review. 
Mind : a quarterly review. 
Mining magazine. 
Mirror of literature. 
Missouri dental journal. 
Modern thinker. 
Monthly abstract of medical 

science. 
Monthly anthology and Boston 

review. 
Monthly religious magazine. 
Monthly microscopicid journal. 
Mother at liome. 
Musical reporter. 
Museum ol foreign literature, 

s icnce. and ait. 
Nation (The). 

National quarterly review. 
National review. 
Nature : a weekly journal of 

scieure. 
New bon-tou magazine. 
New England historical and 

gcneali'gical register. 
New England journal of ed. 
New Englander. 
Ncw^ ei;i. 

New Jerusalem magazine. 



quai- 



New monthly magazine. 

New York ecelcHiologist. 

New York genealogical and bi 
graphn-al record. 

New York journal of medicin 

New York mcdicid journal. 

New York mirror. 

New York review and 
tcrly church journal. 

New York social tcieuce rev. 

New York teacher and Ameri- 
can educational monthly. 

Nineteenth century. 

North American review. 

North British review. 

Notes and queries. 

Old and new. 

Oliver Optic's magazine. 

Once a week. 

Onward. 

Our young folks. 

Overland monthly, 

Packard's monthly. 

Pall Mall budget. 

Paxtons nuigazine of botany. 

Pennsylvania magazine of his- 
tory ami biography. 

People's magazine. 
Peterson's magazine. 
Pharmaceutical journal. 
Phrenological journal (Edin- 
burgh). 
Phrenological (The) journal, 

iNew York). 
Popular science monthly. 
Popular (Tlu'i science review. 
Portfolio (The). 
Potter's Amirican monthly. 
Presbyterian qiiarterly and 

Princeton review, 
Presbyterian quarterly review. 
Princeton review. 
Protestant Episcopal church re- 
view. 
Protestant Kpiscopal quarterly 

review. 
PubUshers' weekly (The). 
Punch (Loudon). 
Putnam's magazine. 
Quarterly journal of micro- 
scopic science. 
Quarterly journal of science. 
Quarterly review. 
Radical (The). 
Reader (The). 
Record of the year. 



Religious magazine and month* 

ly review. 

Retrospective review. 

Revolution (The). 

Revue eontemporaine. 

Revue dcs th-ux niondes. 

Riverside magazine. 

Royal geographical society cv 
London. Journal, 

St. James's magazine. 

St. Nicholas. 

St. Paul's. 

Sanitarian (The), 

Saturday magazine. 

Saturday review. 

Scientific American. 

Scribncr's monthly. 

Sharpe's magazine. 

Silliman's journal. 

Southern hist, society. I'aperH 

Spirit of the pilgrims. 

Sporting magaziue. 

Statistical society. Journal. 

Student (The) and intellectual 
obwi.-rvi r of science. 

Sunday afternoon. 

Technologist (The), 

Temple Bar. 

Tour lie) (111 monde. 

Turf, tielii.and farm. 

Ueber Land uud Meer. 

Unitarian review and religioua 
magazine. 

United States magazine and 
democratic review. 

United States service magazine. 

United service magaziue (Col- 
burn's), 

Universalist quarterly and gen- 
eral leview. 
University maj;aziue. 

■Van Nostrand's eclectic engi- 
neering magazine. 

Victoria (The) magazine, 

Westermann's Monatshefte. 
■Westminster review. 
Willis's Current notes on an- 
tiquities, biography, and lit- 
erature, ffc. 
■Winslow's Journal of psycho- 
logi.al medicine and mental 
patholotiy. 
■Winslow's Medical critic and 

journal of psychology. 
Workshop (The). 
Young men's magazine. 



Periodicity. Leakin (G.A.) The periodical law. :i91-J. 04 

Periplus of the Erythrean Sea. Se'- Vincent (W.) Commerce of 
the ancients, v. 2, 1H07 1016.02 

Perkins (Ji-v. A. E. P.) Voice of tho righteous dead : discourse 
at the funeral ot Joseph Cummings. B., 18G0. 8=". 324a 13 

Perkins (Augu.stus TLorndike), Sketch of the life 
and a list of some of the works of John S. Cop- 
ley, Boston, 1873. sm. 4^ 3043.;Jl 

Perkins (Charles Callahan). Raphael and Michelan- 
gelo : a critical and biographical essay. Boston 
1878. 8° 3151.07 

— Art education iu America. [In Amer. soc. sci. assoc. Trans . 

no. 3. 1871.1 5811.02 

— Art schools. [In Amer. soc. sci. assoc. Trans. .no.4,1872.]5811. 0*2 
— Tuscan sculptors : their lives, works, and times. 

With illuK. iiv. London, 1861. 4^, . . 145.0.17 
Perkins (E. E.) Treatise on haberdashery, hosiery, 

and drapery. Dth ed. London. [1874]. l*(j^. M941.oy 
Perkins (Edward T.) Na motu : reef-rovinys in the 

south seas. New York, 1854. S''\ . . . 1065.07 
Perkins (Eli), pseu<l. See Landon {M. D.). p. 512 of catalogue. 
Perkins (Frederic Beecher). Best reading ; hints 

on the selection of books, dr. With a classified 

bibliographj'. 4th rev. ed. N.Y.. 1877. 12°. 2751.31 

— Charles Dickens : a sketch of his life and works. 

New York, 1870. 16^ 3052.24 

»^ Sre aL^f Fiction class list (p. 512). 
Perkins (George H.) On an ancient burial pround in Swanton, 

Vt. [1)1 Amer. assoc, science, v. 2'.;, 1873. . . . 39Jfi.20 
Perkins (Maurice ). Elementary nuinual of qualitative 

chemical analysis. New York, 1867. 8^ -I'JIS. 17 
Perley (M. H. ) Keports on the sea and river fisheries 

of New Brunswick. 2d cd. Fredericton, 1852. 

8^ 4828.21 

Peron (Fran(;ois). *yoyage for the discovery of southern lands, 

1800. [I7i Pinkerton. Voyages, v. 11.] 92r).ll 

Perowne (/iVr. John James Stewart). Immortality : 

Hnlsean lectures for lS(i8. N.Y.,1870, IG^ 3581.15 
Perpetual motion. Diicks (II.) Perpetual motion. . . 



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Perrault (CliailcK). *LeK uontes. Dessins par Gus- 
tave Don'. Preface par P. J. Stahl. Paris, IHiil. 
fol HiiH.ir. 

— Contes dos Kin. [In Cabinet Uc» teiK, v. 1. 1785. J . 705J.01 
-- and olha-.-i. Cautcs de tees. P., IMC). 12=. 7018.07 

Perreiiz (Fraucois Tommy). Jerouu* Savonarole. 3o 
e.l. Paris,' 185'J. 12° 315G.17 

Peirier lAuiolia). A winter in iVIorocco. New ed. 
Loiiclun, i87U. 12^ 1081.'J7 

Perriu (John). Elements of English conversation, 
with dialogues in French, English, and Italian. 
4th ed. Let^horu, 1S18. 8' 0411.00 

Pcrring (.J. S.) Survey uf the pyramiiis at .\bou Iloash, *'/c. [/a 
Vyse (H.) I'yruuiida. rfc.v. 3. Appendix, L.,1842. »'.] lU76.ua 

Perring (Iti'n.' Sir P.) Churches and their creeds. 
London, 1871. 8'-' 3!581.H 

Perry (Arthur Latham). Elements of political eco- 
nomy. Ni'W York, 18i;0. S"" 5911). 12 

Introd. to political economy. N. Y.,1877.12\5:il3. 1'Ja 

Perry (B. C.) Human hair and the cutaneous dis- 
eases which affect it : together with essays on 
acne, sycosis, and chloasma. 2d ed. New York, 
186G. 12' 43U.11 

Perry ( Rrv. tieorge G. ) History of the church of 
England. From the death o"f Elizabeth, [l(i03]. 
3 V. London, 1801. 8" 314"i.01 

— History of the church of England from the acces- 

sion of Henry viu. to the silencing of convoca- 
tion in the 18th century ; with appendix con- 
taining a sketch of the history of the P. E. church 
in the United States, by J. A- Spencer. New 
York, 187i). 12° 3444.23 

— Eeligious pieces in prose and verse (1140). London, 

Etrli/ Eivjl tcxtsoc, no. 26, 1807. 8°. . . 71(13.07 

Perry (John). Elementarv treatise on steam, [steam 
engines, ami boilers]." L., 1871. IG'. . 3907.04 

Perry (.J.R. ) Artof stair-building.N.Y.,185o.8°.1314.32 

Perry (.1. W. ) Treatise on the law of trusts and 
trustees. 2d ed. 2 v. Boston, 1874. 8°. 5G47.24 

Perry (Mathew Colbraith). Narrative of the expedi- 
tion to the China Seas and Japan, in 1852-54. 
Compiled by F. L. Hawks. 3 v. Washington, 
1850. 4° 1026.02 

Same. N. Y., 1856. 8° 1016.05 

JVoU. — This ia the same as v. 1 uf the 4° edition. 

Parry (Nora). After the ball, and other poems. Bos- 
ton, 1875. 16" 1675.36 

Perry {C'tmiwidore Oliver Hazard). See Biography (p. IStl) ; atso 
Herring (-J.) and Longacre (J. B.) Nat. portr. gallery, v. 2. 
1335 3217.U9 

Perry ( Walter C. ) The Franks, to the death of Pe- 
pin. London, 18.J7. 8° 51-"i.27 

— German university education. L., 184.5.12'. 5515.16 
Perry (Wm. Stevens), The churchman's yearbook, 

with kalendar, 1870. Hartford, 1n70, 16". 3451,08 

— Handbook of the general convention of the Prot, 

episcopal church ; history and constitution, 1785- 
1874, New York, [IS74]. 12" 3151.07 

— Papers relating to the history of the church in Vir- 

ginia, a, d. 1650-1776. N. Y., 1870. 4". . 34J8.0J 
Persac (.i. ) Chart of the lower Mississippi river. 

New Orleans, 1>,5S. folded 8°. . . .1131.04 
Persecution. Z*fc% (}V. E. IT.) On persecution, [In hu Ra- 

tioualisin iu Europe, v. 1, p. 353-405 ; v. 2, p, H-lOO,] 5KU.02 
See also Biblical and eccl. hist, {Maityys, p, 91 ; — Wligi.ui 

liberty ani Inli'iiUion. p, 101 : — Inquisition, p, 89 . — li'Jonna- 

titm, p. 119) ; a'so Nmeteeuth ceutury. Jau,. X879 (The lot^ic 

of Loleratioii. by W H, Malluck) ; New Eaglaudt-r, May. 

1879 (The new era of lutoleraiioe ; reply to Malljck, by J, 

S. Sewall). 
Persia. S'e Countries (P'^rsia, p, 358) ; aha Language {Persian. 

p fi80| ; -Literature [Persian, p. 710), 

Persian art, ,■>•.•.: Smith (II, M.) 1877 1451.10 

Persian d-nver (The) , a inemuir of Judith Grant Perkins, Bos- 

t" 1, 1858 10' 3142,00 

Persian j^julf, Sre Countries [Persian Gulf, p. 358). 

Persius Flaccua I Aulus). Satires. Tr. into English 

verse ; with notes by T. Brewster. 2d ed., with 

life. London, 1751. 16 1675,32 

Same. Tr. by Sir W. Drummond. New Y'ork, 

[//. ((,] 18° 1662.1.! 

Same, Tr, by J. Drydeu. [In Chalmers (.\.) Eogl poets, 

V, 19. 1810,] 10211,1'.) 

Same. [In Dryden (.1. Works, v. 13,] .... 6042.20 

— ■ — Same. Literal transl. with notes, etc. , by L. 



Evans. With the metrical version by W. Gifford. 

New York, 1861. 8" 1662.25 

Same. Tr. into Liiglihh verse, by W. Oiflford. [/n San- 
ford (li.) <imi Walsh (U.) lirit. puets. V. 14. 1822,] 1091,44 
CEuvres completes. [Lat. et Fr.] Tr. par Cour- 
tiiril d'lverneresse. Paris, 1869. 8". [Nisard's 
collection.] 7725.0» 

— Opera omnia. Cum notis et interp. in uBum Del- 

phiiii, Londini, Vatpy, 1820. h". . . . 77 1 6.02 

— Satir:e, With Engl, commentary by A. J. Macleane. 

London, 1859. 8". [Long's Bibl. class.] 7727.06 

— Saliraj. [In Walker (U. S.) 'Corpus poetarum.) . . 1697.15 
Persiu3(C.) Kcmge et noir. L., 1823. 16^ 4622.02 
Person (David). Varieties : or, a surveigh of rare 

and excellent matters. L., 163.5. sm. i". 3921.32 
Personal properly. See Law [Personal in-operly, p. 690). 

Personal recollections of English engineers, and of 

the iutrnduction of the railway system into the 

United Kingdom. By a civil engineer. [(Oioii.] 

• London, 1868. 8 3265.12 

Personal remiiiiseencefl of eminent men. See Redding (C.) 3222.02 

Persons aud i»lcture8. AV-' Herbert (U W.) 2532.01 

Perspective. See Fine arts [IJrawing. etc.. p. 541), 

Perth. {.Seotlawl}. Sie Countries and places (p, 358). 

Peru. S-e Countries (/'-/■«. p. 358). 

Perugino (Pieti<» Vaiiuu.-ci. called). Adoration of the kingn ; 
cUrumu-Iilh -.—Martyrdom of St. Sebastian. [In Arundel 
Boc. Publicati<pns lor 1809, 185(1,1 G. 

— Layard[A. II ) Martyrdom of Si. Sebastian at Fanicale ; no- 

tice. Loudon, Aruiflel ioc.. 1850, 8° G. 

air l''or iwtices of him, see Biography (p. 186). 

Pesoheck (Christian Adolph ). Ketormation and anti- 
reformation in Bohemia. 2v. L, 1846. 8°. 3433.01 

Poschel (Oscar). Races of man and their geographi- 
cal distribution. New York, 1876. 12°. . 4733.18 

Pessimism. See Philosophy {Pes.nminn). 

Pestalozzi (Johann Heinrichi. Selections from [his] 
publications, [Pt. 2 of Barnard (H.) Pestalozzi 
andPestalozzianism.] N. Y,, 18.59. 8'. . 5524.24 
Contents : Leonard andGertimde. Christopher and Alice. 
The eveuing hour of a hermit. Christmas eve discourse. 
New-year's address, 1808. Seventy-second birthday ad- 
dress. How Gertrude leaches her children. Paternal in- 
elruction. 

— Leonard and Gertrude. From the German. 2 v. 

London. 1825. l2° 235.34 

18-3^ For tires of P., see Biography (p. 186). 

Peter (St.) See Bibhcal aud religi'nis lit, [Peter, p. 96) ; alto 
Taylor (W. M) Peter the apostle r3611.25J : Journal of sac. 
lit., v. 5. 1850 ; p, 302-338 (On the apostle's residence in 
Home) ; New Euglauder, v. 30, 1871 (Was St. Peter ever 
bishop of Rome). 

Peter of Alexandria. Writings. Tr. by J. B. H. Hawkins. Edin- 
burgh, 1869. 8°. [In Ante-Nicene lib,, v. 14.] . . 3467.17 

Peter ihe Great. S^'e Biography p. 186). 

Peter (R.) .\ncient mound uear Lexington, Ky. [In Sm. report, 
1871 i 3936.26 

Peter (Wm., of CUrist clnircli, Uxfuid). Specimens of 
poets and poetry of Greece and Eome. By vari- 
ous translators. Phil. 1847. 8'. . . . 1675.30 

— Thoughts on the jireseut crisis. 2d ed. London, 1816. 8*. 

I'/ii Pamphleteer. V. 8.1 5068.08 

Peter's litter.^ to his kiuslolk. .S.e Lockhart (.J. G,, 1820. 2634.17 

Peter Bnnvu, p'let and peripatetic. .See Waller (J,F.) 1870. 1694.16 

Peter .Martyr. See Anghieri (Pietro Martirc d), 

Peter I'lymleys letters. .Ve Smith (Sidney). 1840. . .6067.03 

Peterborough (Abbey of). Chronicon Petroburgense ; 
CU1-, T. Stapleton". lj..C(imilea.'<,ic., 1849. i". 5113.01 

Peterborough [Earl of). .S'f. Mordaunt (Charles), in Biography 
(p. 179) ; a/so Temple Bar. Sept.. 1877 (Last of the knights- 
errauts. by C. C. J.) 

Peters (.Dewitt C. ) Life and adventures of Kit Car- 
son. New York, 18.58. 8^ 3033.05 

Peteis (Hew Samuel, LLD.) General history of 
Connecticut. Notes, bv S. J. McCormick. New 
York, 1877. 12°. ..." 621.29 

Peters ( T. C. ) Rejiort on agricultural and other re- 
sources of New York. Albany, 1864. 8°. 6135.04 

Peterson (Charles J. ) The American navy : history, 
to [1852]. Philadelphia, 185s. 8°. . . 575.(7 

Peterson {liei: C, J. P. ) A Norwegian-Danish gram- 
mar and reader. Chicago, 1872. 8". . . (;422.I5 

Peterson (Tier. Edward). History of Khode Island. 
New York. 1853. 8" 624.11 

Petherick (John). Egypt, the Soudan, and Central 
Africa Edinburgh, 1^61. N= 1084.16 

Petitpierre (Ferdinand Olivier). 'Ihoughts on the 
divine goodness ; future rewards and punish- 
ments. Philadelphia, 1843. 8'. . . . 3623.12 



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PETIT - PHELPS 



847 



Petit {liec. John Ij.) Uemarks on clmrcth architec- 
ture. With illustrations. L., 1.S4I. K\ l:U1.15 

— Remarks on uieilijeval architecture iu tbn V.&Kt. [/n Ar 

chaeol Jour. V. -23.) HKi.17 

Petition (Uitilit of). Kif/fita ol the jjeople to jn-titiuu. iitlil the 

I easoitalileuu.ss ol couiplyiiig witli such petitioUB. New eti. 

nca 60'j3.U 

Petitot (Claude IJormirtl and Alexandre). Collection 

complete des memoires rel. a riiistoirit de j''rance, 

jusqu'au commencement du 17e siecl . le serie. 

52 V. Paris, 1819-2(;. 8> 501.01 

— and Moumarque (L. J. M. ) Siime. 2e serie. 78 v. 

in 70. Paris, 1820-21). 8° 502. 16 

Nttte. —For c'mif7its of eeries, set: Countries {Fi-ancf., p/d'li). 

— llepertoire du theatre lraii(;ois, tragedies et come- 

dies depuis Rotrou ; avec des notices. 23 v. 

Paris, 1803-04. 8° 7051.01 

Peto (Sir Samuel Morton). Resources and prospt'cts 

of America. London and N. Y., 1 800. 8' 5!(25.2:i 
Petrarca (Francesco). 'Hundert ausj^'ewahlte Sonette. 

Uebevsetzt von J.Hiibner. Berlin. ISOS.lv-^. 7317.17 

— Sonnets, triumphs, and other poems, tr. by vari- 

ous hands. With life by T. Campbell. London, 
Bohn, 1859. 12° lii;c,.02 

— Odea aud souuets, tr. by It. G. Macgregor. {In his Indian 

leisure. I.oudou. 1S54. 8°.] 1605.12 

— View of human life. [Tr. ] by Mrs. Dobson. Lon- 

don, 1791. s° 2J.38.27 

jQt5=- Fur Hi'i'S and cril. fslimnffs of P.. sff Biography (jt. 
186) ; a/su Reeve (H.) Petrarch. 1878 ;tU;).18 

Petrie (H.) and Sharpe (•!.) Monumenta historica 
Britannica ; materials for the history of Britain. 
V. I . To the Roman conquest. L., 1 ' 4H. fol. 

Petrifactions. .SV<! G-eology aud paleontology (p. .'iTHi. 

Petroleum. .S't' Arts ^Useful ; Pt^troteum, p. 46) ; aho Henry (.1. 
T.) History of petroleum ; also life skotclics of piuueer 
aud proiiiinent operators, with. "statistics, *■/(?. IST^ (40117. 07), 
MiUern (A. von). All alioiit petroleum, lsc.5 |4iilJ7.uHJ. 

Petroiiius Arbiter (Titus). Qiluvres completes. [Sa- 
tyricon. Lat. vi Fr.^ Paris, 1800. 8°. [Ni«ards 
collection.] 7725.15 

— Satyricon. Literally translated. Ed. by \\ . K 

Kelly. London, 'BoIm, 1854. 12'. . . . 1G77.10 

Ave Fraser's mag., Feb., 1874 (Petrouitis .\rbiter). 

Petteukofer (Z>i-. Max von). Relations of the air to 

the clothes, the house, and the soil. Tr. by A 

Hess. London, 1873. 12" 4:t23.:U 

— Apparatus for testiuf^ the results of perspiration and respira- 

tion. [In Sm. r.port, 1864. J :t'.l36.1'J 

Pettigrcw (James Bell). Animal locomotion, i>r walk- 
ing, swimming and flying, with a dissertation on 
aeronautics. New York, 1874. 12'. . 4723.21 

— Modes of flight in relation to aeronautics. [In Sm. report. 

1867.] 3936 'll 

— Physiology of the circulation in plants, the lower 

animals, and man. London, 1874. 8'. . 4326.17 

Pettigrew (Thomas Joseph). Biogr.aphical memoirs 

of the most celebrated physicians, surgeons, ctr, 

London, 1,^39. 4°. . 3238.01 

— Chronicles of the tombs : epitaphs. London, 1857. 

12" 6215.01 

— On lilgyptiau glass. [/71 Journal of Brit, arch, assoc. v. 13. J 

— Memoirs of lord .Nelson. 2 v. 1,., 1840. N". 3l:i3.17 

— Origin aud antiquity of playing cards. [In Journal of lirit. 

arch, assoc, V. 9.) H6I.(I9 

— Superstitions connected with the history and prac- 

tice of medicine aud surgery. L., 1846. 8°. 4313. Oi 
Pettingell (J. H. ) Homiletical index: a handbook 
of texts, themes, and authors, for preachers and 
and Bible scholars. With introd.. by G. E. Day. 
New York, 1878. 12° 3717.01 

— The theological trilemma : endless misery, univer- 

sal salvation, or conditional immortality. New- 
York, 1878. 8" 3584.31 

Pettengill iS. M )& Co. Newspaper directory ami 
advertisers' handbook, 1S77. N. Y., 1877.8". 2735.2S 

Petty ( .Sir Wm . ) Political survey of Ireland. Lon- 
don, 1719. 16° -191.27 

— Plan of an industrial or trade school. [In Barnard (H.) l^u^ 

lish peilagogy.] ^.■>24.21 

— Several essays in politii'al arithmetick. London, 

1699. 1-2° 5911.(1'.) 

— Cndh- {G. L.) Romance of the peerage, v. 4, 1850. . 6612.25 
PetzUoldt (D): Julius). Bibliotheca bibliographica. 

I^.'ipzig, 1S66. 8° ". 2744.22 

Peuples (Les) de la *Russie, mceurs, usages, et cos- 



tumes, figures coloriees. 2 v. P.,l«12-13.fol. A.'27.5 
Peverelly (Charles A.) Book of American pastimes. 

New York, 1866. 8° 4C12.15 

Pewrtner ( Wui . ) ('om)irehensive s]iecifier. A guide 

to building-art IliecTs' work. L.. 1870. 12'. 1311.03 

Peyrcre ls:iac de la). ,v,< La Peyrcre 1145.14 

Peyster (J. Watis de). .SV. De Peystcr 'John Watts). 

Peyton ( iS'ir Edward 1. 1 )ivine catastrojihe of the hotise 

of Stuarts. Riprint. Edin., 181 1, 8. . 3087.14 
Pezron {Pauli. Tlie rise and fall of states and em. 

jiires ; or ant iijniti<'s of nations, more jiartieularly 

of the Cclta- or (t.auls. L. 1809. KV. . 421.09 
Pezzaili ( Andre). La pluralite des existi'iiees de lame. 

Seed. I'aris, 1866. 16° 3584.17 

Pfeiffer (Mini:, blai. Journey to Iceland, and travels 

in Sweden and Norway. N. Y., 1852. 12°. 1M2.03 

— Last travels : Madagascar. With memoir. New 

York, 1861. 12" I06.^..11 

— Visit to the Holylaiiil, Egypt, and Italy. From the 

German. London, 18,3. 8° 1051.07 

— Voyage d'une femme autour du monde. liruxelles, 

1853. 16° 922.18 

— A woman's [first] journey around the world [1846- 

48]. From the German.' Ithed. L., 18.54.12°. 922.05 
- — .Same. Lady's voyage round the world. [1816- 
48.] Selected transl. by Mrs. P. Sinnett. Lon- 
don, 18.52. 16°. ..." .5075.18 

Lady's second journey round the world. [1851-52.] 
New York, 1856. 12° 922.04 

Pfizmaier (Auguste). Grammtiire turque. Vienne, 
1S47. 8= 612.5.2(1 

Phxdo. .SVf' Plato. Dialogues. 

Phajdon ; or death of .Socrates. .Srr Mendelssohn (M.) 1789. 5424.14 

PhEedriis. Fables. Tr. by 11. T. Riley. Metr. transl. 
by 0. Smart. London, llol,,,, 1.^53. 12. 1744.14 

- FaliiiL-B Jisopia'. Cum uotis et interp. in usum 

Delphini. indiee, eir. L., Vdlpn, 18'22. 8°. 771l',.03 

— Fabnla^ Jisopiarinn. [In 'Walker (G. S.) *Corpuspoetaruni.l 

- QLuvres compU-tes. [Lnt. H Pi.] Tr. par Fleute- 

lot. P., 1869. 8'. [Nisard's coUeetiun.] 77-25.09 
Phxdms. dialogue. .V,.- Plato. 
Phasnix. S--,' Phffinix : — Phenix. 
Phaethon. .V,, Kingsley ((^) Sir W. Raleigh and other p.Tpers. 

lKri9 2r.34.06 

Phalaris. Epistoke. Ex. mss. recensuit, versiouo 

annotavit, ''.t vita donavit C. Boyle. Oxonii, 

1718. 8° 7701.02 

— Baith-y {R.) Dissertations upon the Epistles, [/ti Ats Works, 

V. 1-2.) 5017.111 

— ■ Kiiiij ( ll'm.) Dialogues of the dead : relative to the Epistles 
of Phalaris [In his Orig. works, v. 1. 177C.J . . 6046.14 

Phallic worship. 

- IniiKiii (T.) Ancient faiths. 3 v. 1868-75. 3551.21 

— .Sellim (E.) Phallic worship ol India. [/71 Anthrop. soc. Me- 

moirs, V. 2.] 4735.14 

— We-'ilroppiH. M.)fiiid ]\'ike(('. S.) Ancient symbol 

worship. Influence of the Phallic idea in the 

religions of antiquity. With introd., etc., by A. 

Wilder. 1874. . ." 3622.08 

Phantasmagoria : poems. .?'•'■ Carroll (Lewis, pseu<i.) 1869. 1631.02 
Phantasmagoria ; or, sketches of life and literature. 

[inioii.] 2 V. Lond.m, 18.58. 8°. . . .2511.21 
Phantasmata ; or illusions aud fanaticisms. .S'fv Madden (R. 

K I 2 V. 1867 3813.12 

Phantom flowers. Sff Skeleton leaves 1443.28 ; M 

Phantom world. See Calmet (.\.) 2 v. 1850 3815.07 

Pharmaceutical journal and traus,aetions. 2d series. 

V. I-Il. [Jnlv,] 1859— [June.] 1870. London, 

1800-70. 8 . ". 4311.02 

Same. 3d s. v, 1-8. [July,] 1870 -[June,] 1878. 

London. 1871-78. 8'. . .' 4311.13 

Pharmacology and pliarmaco dynamics. .SV-" Medicine (p. 764). 
Pharmacopceias. S-i- Medicine [Pharmacii. p. 764). 
Pharmacy. .S'"- Medicine (/VetrmKcy, p. 764) 
Pharsaha. .v.v Lucan (p. 721). 

Phases of faith. S.r Newman (F. W.) 3577.09 

Phases of p.arty [in England]. L., 1869. 8°. .57I7.'25 

Phasis of matter. .S'..- Kemp (T. L.) 4212.06 

Phelan (Michael 1. The game of billiards. 4th ed. 

New York. 1859. 1'2" 4612.07 

Phelps I 3/r.s. Almira Hart Lincoln). Honi-s with my 

pupils. New York. 1859. 12°. . : . . 5512.09 
Phelps (Austin). The new birth : or, the work of 

the Holy Spirit. Boston, 1867. 18°. . . 3584. IG 

- The still hour ; or communion with God. Boston, 

1862. 12° 3.581.20 



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848 



PHELPS PHILLIPS 



Phelps (Austin), continued. 

— RelatioiiH ol tti« IJible to tho oivilizatinn of the future : ser- 

muuat tUr auuuaU'li'cti.iU.Jan.'i, 1801. Ii..l8('>l. «'. 3031.09 

— Park (E..\. ),((/»/ Furber (U. L.) Hymns and choirs : 

or tlu^ service of Kcmy. Aiulover,18G0. 12^ 3701.27 

Phelps (il/(.s-.s- Elizabeth Stuart). I'oetic studies. Bok- 

tou, 187.5. 10" 1670.33 

— What to wear. Boston, 1873. 12°. . . .0017.17 

aiy' l''or her worls of fictinn. Bee Fiction (p. r>r2}. 

Phelps ( Mrs. Eliz, Stuart). Sunnyside, or the country 
niiiiistpr's wife, l^liil., 1851. 18". . . 254.40 

Phelps ( Laviuia 1 lowe). Dramatic stories for homo and 
school entertainment. Chicago, 1874. 12\ 1742.07 

Phelps (Sylvanns Dryden, D.D.) Holy Land: with 
f;limi)ses of Europe and Egypt. New Haven, 
1872. 12° 1051.ir> 

Same. New York, 18G3. 12°. .... 1052.07 

Same. Bible Lands, etc.. Chicago, 1867. 12°. 1052.0'J 

Pheiiix ; a collection of old and rare fragments. Pub- 
lished by W. (iowans. N. Y., 18.55. 12°. 5062.14 
t.-onti'nis : Morals of Ooufiiciua. Oracles of Zoroaster. 
Religion of tUo Peraiau Magi. Sanchoiiiatho. Voyage of 
Hauuo. Kiu^' lieiusarfl history. I'ublius Syrua. Demo- 
pliilus'H Siniiiitude.'i. 

Phenix Britauiiifim. .V'v; PhtEnix Britaiiuirus. 

Phidias. .SVf Urbino (.Vis. S. K.) Priuces of art (1414.23): 
tits" IJlackwootl. Dec, 1H73 (PbitJias and the Elgin marbles, 
by \V. W. Story). For speciujena of sculptures by P., sfe 
Parthenon (p. S38). 

Pliigalia. Bds-relief.s du Temple de Phigalie. Nouv. 
t'.l. Paris, 18(50. fol 1456.07 

Philadelphia, (I'a.) See Countries, etc. [Philadelphia, p. 359.) 

Philadelphia library company. Catalogue of books. 
With charter, laws, and regulations. 3 v. Phila- 
delphia, 18H5-5G. 8° 2715.21 

— Catalogue of the books belonging to the Loganian 

library. Philadelphia, 1837. 8". . . . 2714.28 
See Atlantic njouthly, v, 21. 18G8 (The old Phil, library, 
by J. M. Read). 
Philadephia mercantile library. Catalogue. Phila- 
delphia, 1870. 8°. ..." 2715.15 

— Finding list for novels. Phil., 1878. 8°. .2715.10 

— Catalogues of books in closed cases on the north 

gallery. Philadelphia, 1878. 8°. . . . 2715.10 
PhUadelpliia photographer. E. L. Wilson, editor. 

V. 2. Philadelphia, 1865. 8° 1445.25 

Philanthropic results of the war in America. See Brockett (L. 

P.) 18t;4 6810.31 

Philbrick (.John D.) luspectiou of country schools. [In Amer. 

Boc. Sri. aasoc. Trans.. No. 1. 1869.) 6811.01 

Phile "?■ Philes (Manuel). Iambi de proprietate animalium. 

Emend. F. S. Lehrs et DUbner. tir. et Lat. [In PoetEE 

bucolici et didactici, Didid, 1857. 8'.] 7766.17 

Philemon (Book ol). Sec Biblical literatnro [Epistles, p. 85). 
Fhilihert [due de .'<ar>ii.). .See Brantome (P. de). Hommea illus. 

|//i /lis CEuvrcB. V I, 1822.| 5021.14 

PhiUdor (Francois .\ndrc Danican). Chess rendered 

familiar by tabular demonstrations. With in- 

trod. by J. G. Pohlm.in. L., 1819. 8 . . 4018.18 

— Allen (0.) Life of P. ; with suppl. essay liy T. von 

Heydebrand und der La-sa. 1803. " ."3143.08 
Philip. F'>r lives of persons of this name see Biography (p. 186). 
Philip (A. Pf W. ) Inquiry into the nature of sleep 

an.l death. London, 1834. 8° 4323.03 

Phihp Quarll (Adventures of), [anon.] . . 241.1.5 

Philip van Artevelde. Sre Taylor (Henry). 

Philipot (Thomas). Historical discourse of heraldry. 

Loudon, 1C72. 10^ 6621.25 

PhiUppart (.John ). Northern campaigns, 1812 to June, 

181;;. 2 V. London, 1S13. 8° 515.03 

Philippe de Iteimes. Eomance of Blonde of Oxford 

and Jchan of Bammartin ; ed. by Le Koux do 

Lincy. London, (V/nu/Vu .soc, 1858. 4°. . 5113.20 
r-hilippians. See Biblical literature [Einstles. p. 85). 
Philippine Islands. See Countries [Philippine Islands, p. 359). 
Philips. .'<re also PhilHps. 
Philips (.\nibrose). Poems. Life, by S. Johnson, [/n Chalmers 

(A.) English poels, V. 13, 1810.] 1620.13 

Phillimore (John George). History of England during 

tlio reign of George in. v. 1. L., 1863. 8°. 3061.26 
A'ote. — No more published. 

— Letter on the article entitled " Robert Phillimore's 

Lyttelton," in the Quarterly review, June, 1840. 
London, 1846. 8° 5093.22 

— Principles and maxims of jurisprudence. London, 

1856. 8° 5014.21 

— Private law among the Romans, from the Pandects. 

London, 1803. 8° 5624.07 



Phillimore (<S'ir Robert). Commentaries upon inter- 
national law. 2ded. 4 v. L., 1871-74. 8". 5643.19 

Phillippo (James 11. ) The United States and Cuba. 
London, J857. 12° 1162.03 

Phillips (,)/;.s-.s- — ). My life and what shall I do with 
ity By an old maid, [anon.] 3d ed. London, 
1804. 10° 5824.19 

— Strong ami free ; or first steps towards social sci- 

ence, [(num.] London, 1809. 8°. . . 5814.08 
Phillips (Charles). Curraii and his contemporaries. 

New York, 1851. 12" 3040.C3 

— The Queen's [Caroline's] case stated. 11th ed. 

London, 1820. 8° In 5721.0.5 

— Specimens of Irish eloquence. With biogr. notices. 

London, J8I9. 8° 6323.19 

— Speeches. London, 1822. 8° 6313.07 

Phillips (Daniel W.) Puntanii-al freedom : address. N. Wren- 

thaui. liostou, 1848. 8' B84.20 

Philhps (Edward). New world of words, or general 
English dictionary. 4th ed. L.,1C78. fol. 0436.03 

— English poets, from Henry iii. to Queen Elizabeth, 

Canterbury, 1800. 8'' 3204.01 

Phillips (G. F. ) Art of drawing and p.ainting sim- 
jjlified. With miniature painting and the art of 
tiower painting. 18 jil. L., 1840. 8°. . 1432.29 

— Principles of eflect and colour, as applicable to land- 

scape p.ainting. 3d ed. L.,[o/j(ii(( 1842]. 4\ 1425.07 

Phillips (George S.) ['January Searle.'] Life, char- 
acter and genius of Ebeuezer Elliott. London, 
1850. 18° 3054.10 

-- The gypsies of the Danes' Dike, a story of hedge- 
side life in England, in 1855. B.,180J.5. 12°. 241.13 

Phillips (Henry). Floral emblems. L. ,1825. 8°. 4913.23 

Phillips (Henry). Musical and personal recollections 
during half a century. 2 v. L., 1804. 12°. 1562.11 

Phillips (Henry). Historical sketches of the paper 
currency of the American colonies, prior to the 
adoption of the federal constitution. 2 v. Rox- 
bury, (J/.(.M.,) 1805. sm. 4 ' 5937.01 

Phillips (Henry, jr. ) Poems from the Spanish and 
(icrman. "Philadelphia, 1878. 12°. . . 1075.39 

Phillips (John). Poems. Life, by S. Johnson. [In Chalmers 
(.\.) English poets, v. 8. 1810.) 1026.08 

— Works. [In Sanford (E.) iinii Walsh (R.) Brit, poets, v. 13. 

1819.] 1691.13 

Phillips (John ). Life on the earth, its origin and suc- 
cession. Cambr., (£'n3;.,)1800. 12°. . . 4723.00 

— Monograph of British belemnitidai. Pts. 1-2-3. 

London, Piilawdoyr. sue, 1805-67. 4°. . 4100.00 

— Treatise on geology. 2 v. L., 1852. 16°. . 4112.16 

— Vesuvius. 0.\ford, 1809. 12°. 4021.05 

PhUlips (.John Arthiir). Manual of metallurgy. 3d 

ed. Loudon and Glasgow, 18.>9. 1'2°. . 3934.33 

— Copper, (/ii Brit, m'l'gindn.stries. 1876] 3941.24 

— and Darhugtou (J. ) Records of mining and me- 

tallurgy. Lond.m, 18.57. 8° 3933.38 

Philhps (J. Thomas). Accountof Malabar in the East 
Indies. London, 1717. 10° 1061.24 

Philhps (Lawrence B. ) *Dictionary of biographical 
reference. N. Y., [London], 1871. 8°. .3234.14 

Phillips (Richard). Story of Gaiitama Buddha and 
his creed : an epic. L., 1871. 12°. . .1075.35 

Phillips (Samuel). Essays from 'The Times.' 2 v. 

Newed. London, l"87i. 10° 2538.14 

Contents : v. 1. Lord Nelson and lady Hamilton. Rail- 
way novels. Louis Philipiie and hia family. Drama of 
theFrench revolution. Howard the philanthropist. Lord 
Holland's reminiscences. Kobert Southey. Dean Swift- 
Stella and Vanessa. Heminiscencea of Coleridge and 
Southey. hy Cuttle. John Keats. Grote'e History of 
Greece. Literature of tho rail. 

2. Life of lord Coke. Layard's last discoveries. Lord 
Mansfield. Lion-hunting in Africa. Life of Jeremy Tay- 
lor. Lord Clarendon and hia tiieuds. John Sterling. 
Americans in ICngland. Francis Chantrey. Career ol lord 
Langdale. Autobiography of a chartist (.-Vlton I ocke). 
Affghauistan. Greek revolution. Dickens and Thackeray. 

PhiUips (S. March). Treatise on the law of evidence ; 
with notes by E. Cowen and N. Hill, with Amer. 
cases, by I. Edwards. 5th cd. 3 v. New Y'ork, 
1807. 8° 5647.05 

Phillips (Stephen C.) Address, introd. to the 2d course of Frank- 
lin lectures, Boston. Oct. 29, 1832. B.. 18.13. 8°. . 634.24 

Philhps (Ihomas). Life of Reginald Pole. 2 v. 
Dublin, 1705. 8- 3145.14 



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PHILLIPS PHILOLOG-ICAL 



'849 



Phillips (Wendell). Speeches, lectures, and letters. 
Boston, 18(i3. 12' G323.20 

Contents. 
Abolition ninveiupnt(Philoso 

phy of tli.^). 
Boston mob (Tlie), 
IJiown (IJiirial of Juhn). 
C:ibiiirt (The). 
Disviiiifiu. 
Harper's ferry. 
Idols. 
Letter to jiulfio Shaw 

president Walker. 
Letter to the Tribune. 
Lincoln's election. 
Lovejoy (The murder oQ 
— Bungay {G. IF.) Sket«'Ii ol, 



and 



Metropolitan police (A). 
Mobs and education, 
l*ilgrinis (The). 
ProKrefiR. 
Public opinion. 
Removul of judge Lorint;. 
Sims (Surrender of). 
Sims anniversary. 
State of the country, 
Toussaiut rOuvertnro. 
Under the flag. 
War for tbo union. 
Woman'a rights. 
[//I /(t^Oflf-haud takings.] 25ir> .OS 

— Parhu- \E. G'.j [In his Golden age of Amer. oratory. ISfj? ; 

p. 370-42.'>.] G3il.i)S 

— Stowe {Mrs. H. B.) Sketch of. [In her Men of our times.] 

S'-e also Christ, exam.. Nov.. 1H63 (W. P. as an orator) ; 
Fortu. rev., v. 14, 1870 (by M. D. Conway). 

Phillips (Willard). Propositions concerning protec- 
tion and free trsule. Boston. 1850. 12°. 5912.19 

— Treatise on tbe l.iw of insurance. TttU od. 2 v. 

New York, ISfl?. 8^ 5G21.1S 

Phillip.3 (Wni. ) Introduction to minoralof^y. Ed. by H. 

.1. Brooke and W. H. Miller. L., 1852. 8^ 41l";J.<):5 

Phillips (\Vm. H. H.) Elements of geometry, and the 

first i)rinciples of moilern geometry. New York, 

1871. 12^ ; . . 4011.'J-4 

PhilIpott3 {Henry, hp. of Exfter). Letter to (i. Canning, ou the 
bill of 1H2.'> for removing tlie disqnaliticatiouB of His Ma- 
jesty's Uoiniin ratbolie subjects, (jth ed. London, 1827. K\ 
f/u Pamphleteer. V. 27.1 50.'.8.27 

— Short letter to George Canning on the present position of tho 

Roman catholic question. London, 1827, 8". [In Pam- 
phleteer, V. 27.] 50r.8.27 

.S'.v; notice of H. P.. in Ed. rev., v. On. 

Phillpotts (1. S.) King and commonwealth. A'.e Cordery (B. M.) 
'iwl Phillpotts • . . . 4(;3.1S 

Philo,i'S''»</. .S-'v Patent hat • . . :i5S:i.l4 

Philo Bi/z'ii)fi'is. De septem orbis spectacniis. Recog. 
R. Hercher. Paris, Bidof, 1858. H\ . . 7761.01 

Philo Jtala'us, {Alexandrian Jeto, l.ti nentury). Works. 
tr. by C. D. Yonge. 4 v. L., 1854-55. 12'^. 3585.01 
Contfnts. 



Abel and Cain {Sacrifices of). v. 1. 

Abraham (Life of), v. 2. 

Abraham (Migration of), v. 2. 

Affairs of state, or Joseph, v. 2. 

Allegories of sacred laws, v. 1. 

Ambassadors (Virtues and otHL-e 
of), V. 4. 

Basket of first-fruits (Festival 
of). V. 3. 

Cain (Posterity of), v. 1. 

Cain and .\bel (Sacrifices ofj.v.l. 

Caiu and his birth (Of), v. I. 

Cherubim (On the), v. 1. 

Circumcision (On), v. 3. 

Confusion of languages, v. 2. 

Coutemplative lite, v. 4. 

Conr-ign (On), v. 3. 

Creation of the world, as de- 
scribed by Moses (Treatise 
on), V. 1. 

Curses (Ou). v. S. 

Dreams sent fmni God (On the 
doctrine of), v. 2. 

Drunkenness (On), v. 1. 

Festival^^ (Ou the ten), v. :i. 

FlaccuB (Treatise against), v. 4. 

Fliimiug sword (Ou the), v, 1. 

Fragments of the lost works of 
Philo, V. 4. 

Fugitives (On), v. 2. 

Genesis (Questious on), aud so- 
lutions. V. 4. 

Giants (On the), v. 1. 

God (Uuchangeablenessof). v. 1. 

Heir of diviue tilings (Who is 
the), v. 2. 

Humanity (Ou). v. 3. 



Instruction (Ou meeting for the 
sake of receiving), v. 2. 

Languages (Confusion oO. v. 2. 

Magistrates (Treatise on the 
creation ol"), v. 3. 

Monarchy (Treatise on), v. 3. 

Moses (Theology and life of). V. 3. 

Names in holy scripture, why 
changed, v. 2. 

Noah (Planting of), v. 1. 

Nnali (Tilhug of tho earth), v.l. 

Nobility (On), v. ,3. 

Parents (On tho honor com- 
manded to bo paid to), v. 3. 

Priests (Ou the rewards aud 
houors which belong to), v. 3. 

Repentance (Ou). v. 3. 

Rewards andpnuishraeuts. v. 3. 

Sacrifice (On animals fit for), v. 3 

Sacrifice ((.)u thosu who), v. 3 

Stibriety (On), v. 1. 

Special laws (Treatise on), v. 3. 

Suppliants (Treatise on the 
virtues of), v. 4. 

Ten commandnnMit^:. v. 3. 

Unwritten law {On the), v. 2. 

Victims (Treatisii' on), v. 3. 

Virtues (Treatise on three), v. 3. 

Virtuous man. the fi*eeman.v.3. 

W.iges of a harlot not to be re- 
ceived into the public trea- 
sury, v. 3. 

Wise man made perfect by in- 
struction. V. 2. 

World (Incorruptibility), v. 1. 

Worse plotting against the bet- 
ter, V. 1. 



Justice (On), v. 3. 

.S'''e article by C. G. Prowett in Fraser's, Aug., 1874 (Philo 
the Jew): Meth. qu. rev., J;in.. 1877 (by J. H. Wormau), Jan., 
1858 (The logos of Pbilo aud that of St. John, by J. A. Iteu- 
belt), aud the articles, with bibliogr. references, in Kitto's 
Cycl. of bibl. lit., v. 3, and M'Clintock and Strong, v. 8. 

Philo: au ev;iugeliad. .SV,- Judd (S.j 1850 1B62.12 

Philocalia : beauty. f(c. .SVc purton (W.) 18C4 I43(J.2C 

Philobiblion (The) ; a literary journal. 2 v. New 
York, (J. P. PliUes, 18fil-G:!. 4°. . . . 2722.34 



Philograntus, ;)s/'u<i. Letter to tho bishop of Bristol on exami- 
nations of students of Cambridge. London, 1822. 8". (/n 
Pamphleteer, v. 20.] 5058. 20 

Philological museum. 2 v. Cambridge,(A'n;/.,) 18:{2. 
H' 6(14.20 

Pliilological society, London. Proceedings, v. I-O, 
lH42-3~53. London. 1844-54. 8^ . . 0443.01 
Contents: v. 1. 1842-44. Yates (J.) EngliHh orthogra- 
phy, partic. of the passive participle ;— Remarks on a 
statue of Kudymion. Guest (K.) Welsh iiameH of places 
preserved in Kngl. compoundB :— Infii-xions of the old 
Engl, adjectives :— Knglish gentile nouns, and their second 
use as names of districts ; — Kngl. pronouns indeterminate ; 
— Of tho ellipsis, aud pleonaatic use of tho iirononn per- 
sonal in Engl, syntax ;— Use of dative in Kngl. syntax ;— 
Ou Kngl. pronouns per.sonal. Wedgwood (H.) Ktymology 
of the word tr.ip-rock. Wilson (H. H.) Kuropea'n gram- 
mars and Sanskrit lexicons. Latham (It. CJ ) Languages 
of tho Papuan or Negrito race ; — Doctrine of the catKUra 
in the Greek senarius : — Kvideuco of a connection betw. 
tho Cimbri and tho Clicrsouesns Cimbrica ; — Reciprocal 
pronouns, and on tho reciprocal power of the refl.Mtive 
verb. Carey (P. S.) Origin of tho phrase ' wajjer of law.* 
Davis (J. F.) Classification of Chinese roots. Wallers (J.) 
Derivatives of tho Welsh word gwy. Newrman (F. W.) 
Scythia. »'/(■., aco. toHeiodotu.*; ; — Berber language of Hfonnt 
Atlas. Donaldson (J. W) On Plato's number ;— Herodo- 
tus and tho Athenians. Garnett (R.) Languages and dia- 
lects of the British Islands ;— Probable relations ol tho 
Picts andOael with otln-r tiibes of Gr. P.rit. ;— Languages 
and dialects of the British Islands ;— (Jrigin and import of 
the augment iu Sanskrit aud Greek. Trithen (F. H.) 
Striuiture of the Russian verb ; — Formation of past tenso 
in certain Indo-European langmiges. Szabo (J. von). De- 
scent of the Magyar from tlio ancient Per.siaup. Haw- 
trey (J. W.) Greek inscription lately fouud in Corlu. 
Sharpe (D.) Lycian inscriptions copied by K. T. Daniell, and 
otb.'r.s. Fry (D.) Reformation of the English a|phabet. 
Cockayne (O.) Construction of /V«, UTtGD^, (iiS, with 
past indicative ;— On tho Lydiau dynasty which preceded 
tho Mernmadm. 

V. 2, 1844-46. Wedgwood (II.) Notices of Kngl. etymo- 
logy ;— Onomatopoeia. Guest (E.) Ellipsja of the verb in 
Eugl. syntax;— Dseof the collective nonn in Engl, syntax ; — 
Anomalous English verbs ;— Anomalies of the Engl, verb 
arising from letter-chauses ;— Engl, verbs, sul)stantive and 
auxiliary ; — Ordinary inflexions of the English verb. Gar- 
nett (R.) Languages aud dialects of the Diit. Ishmds ; — 
Origin aud import of the genitive case ;— Derivation of 
words from pronominal and prepositional roots ; — Initial 
letter-changes in Indo l^urojiean languiigcs : — Relative im- 
port of language. Cockayne T. O.) Suggestions ou the 
arrangement cf the text of tue Mede;i. Ijatham (R. G.) 
Miscel.contrib. to ethnography of N. Aniorica;— Meauiugof 
the word 6<xpo<i ; — Contrib to study oflanguages of Africa. 
Key (T. H.) Ou the English verb il'<>, .•in<l tht: Latin Oa-rc, 
and the formation of the Eogl. weak prn-fects ;--ReIation9 
which exist betw. the preterite went and the verb go ; also, 
between va. and the verbs all'T and an-laix :— The Lapp 
and Finn tongues not unconnected witb the Iud(t European 
family ; — Origin of certain Latin words. Maiden (H.) 
Mistakes iu the use of obsolete Greek words by Attic wri- 
ters, pts. 1-2. Beke (*'. T.) Langn.tges and <lialect8 of 
Abyssinia and countries to tho south. Kemble (J. M.) 
North- Anglian dialect. Renouard (G. ('.) liemarks ou 
cert;iin doubtful cuuslructioiis found in Attic writers. 

V. 3, 1846 48. Guest {E ) Orthograpliical expedients; — 
Elements of language. Garnett (U.) Formatiou of words 
from inflected cases; — Nature aud analysis of Ike verb. 
Renouard (G. C.) Construction of OTtGii /n) with a past 
iuilicative. Key (T. 11. i Misuse of the terms epenthcsis nnd 
eupliony ; — Origin of the demonstrative i)ron<iuus, the defi- 
nite article. »'/<•.;— On the names rtf parts r>f the human body 
as common to families of tho Indo-Eiiropcan hmgnage ; — 
Appai'ent exceptions fi'om tho tiiliteral ibrm of monosyl- 
labic roots : — Origin of certain Latin woi-ds. Davies (Ilrr. 
Dr.) Derivations and affinities of some Grnlc aud Latin 
words. Maiden (II.) Greek aud English versification. 
Newman |F. W.) Notes on the Galla v<rb au<l i>rouonns. 
Dyer \'l' 1 Ou the iiouu, oi* name, as an instrument of rea- 
Bouiu;,'. Wedgwood (H.) English etymoI()giHS, cont'tl. 
Trithen (F. 11.) Origin of the Greek Hermes. Watts (T.) 
Writtiu language of China. Schomburgk (.S'li- R. H.) Con- 
trih. to philnl. ethnography of So. Amer. Tutshek (L.) Tu- 
niali htuguaj^fe. 

V. 4. 1848-50. Kemble (J. M ) Peculiar use of the Anglo- 
Saxon patronymical termination i'h*/. Laiham (R. (i.) Ou 
certain additions to the vociibularies of Caftre languages ; 
— Remarks upon a vocabulary of the Bonny language ; — 
Idea^ of association aud plurality, iu the evolution of in- 
flection ; — Ou tho word cnjum ;— Remarks on a vocabnlaiy 
of the Cameroons language ; — Vocabulary of Avekvom lan- 
guage ;— Original area of tbo Slavonic population ; — Origi- 
nal extent of Slavonic area. Garnett (R.) Nature a\n\ 
analysis of tho verb. cnnCd. Key (T. H.) Pronouns of tho 
first and second persons; — .\tttiupt to prove tho identity 
of the roots is, was, and be. Sharpe (S.) Fragments o. 
orations iu accusation and defence of Demosthenes, resp. 
the money of Harpalus. Donaldson (J. W.) On the nonien 
of C. Ver'res. Watts (T.l Anglo-Saxon termination ing :— 



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PHILOLOG-ICAL SOCIETY 



Probable fnturo position of Ibo Engl. laug. Howse (J.) 
V(K'nb. of certain N. A. ludiau lauy. Benisch (Dr.) Con- 
iu.:tural artiuities of certiiiii Hebrew and liuglisb wordw. 
Wedgwood (U.) KngUfih etyrnolngit-s. cont'd. Norris (K.) 
Nutu uimii tliH discuv. of a written Atricao language Han- 
son (A. W.) Coiiiiinmit'atiou cone. lUe Vei and Mendi dia- 
lects. Tutshek (I-.J Ou the Tumuli nlpbabet ;— Vocabulary 
of the Fazoglo laiiK. Sloane (G.) €"iiiiexion of pope Oor- 
bertwith tbegtMHUftry ol iJufitbius Isbester (J. A.) Slicirt 
vocabulary of tbe Louiheux lanKnasc- De Morgan (A.) 
Une of tlu! verbB Hball and will. Schomburgk iSir It.) Vo- 
ca)>nl;iry of Maioiigkoiig langua^^e. CoUins (J.) lAst of 
words fioin Gower diab-rt. of Glamorpauwbire, Trithen 
(F. H.) Position occupied by Slavonic diaU-cts amoun tbo 
ludo Europc'im family. Guest (K.| Elements of language. 

V. 5. 1850 52. Wedgwood (Hj Traces of Egyptian ori- 
gin in alpliabi'ts of Greece and Rome ;~Knglish etymolo- 
gies ;— On words fundamentally coun-^cted witb the no- 
tion of contiaition, au<i loinwdly n^ferabh^ to a root lirup 
or kruk ;— \\ords tornied Irom the root.s smu and sim. imi- 
tative of breathing or blowing through tbe nose. Trithen 
(F. II ) Slavonic dialects, covt'd from v. 4. Adams (E.) 
Probability of (iothic settlements in Britaiu provinunly to 
450. Guest (E.j On tbe roots of !auguage ;— Origin of cer- 
tain Anglo-Saxon idioms :~0u a curious tmesis met with 
in Anglo Siixou and in early Kuglish syntax ;— Certain 
loreign terms, adopted by our ancestors prior to tlieir 
settlwrneut on Bnt. Islands. Key (T. H.) Nature of tbo 
verb, particularly formation of middle or passive voice ;— 
Derivation aud meaning of certain Latin words ;— Elymo- 
lo^y of certain La(in words ;— Vowel assimilation, espe- 
ciiilly in relation to Willis's experiment on vowel-sounds. 
Hodgson (W. IJ.) Kissour. Snngni. and Timbnctu vocabu- 
lai us. Watts (T.) Devanagiiri or Sanskrit alphabet ;— Car- 
dinal Mezzolanti as a linguist. Whewell (W.) Account of 
tlie late Cambridge etymological society. Maiden (/Vo/". 
H.) On Greek hexameters. Cockayne (T.O.) Ou the Greek 
middle verb ;— On a Loiaian inscnption. 

V. 6. 1852-53. Wedgwood (H.) Use of shall and will ;— 
On Eoglisb ctymoUv^n^s, ront'd ;— Words admitting of be- 
ing grouped around the root flap or flak. Watts { T.) Pbilol. 
peciibarities in English IJihh'. Blakesley fJ. W.) Outline 
of tbe early Medo-Persian history ;— -Tbe battle of Salamis. 
De Morgan (A.) Suggestions in logical phraseology. Guest 
(E.) ICtymology of ,^,tnm-hru(i-\ Latham (R. G.) Aorists in 
-/.-a;— 6u languages of New California. Leducq (M. H.) 
Primitive meaning of the French word ange. Maiden (H.) 
Amphictyonii^ league. ixmX ma^muQ oi Amphictynn'^s. Abra- 
ham (C. J.) Personal pronouns aud numerals of Mallieolo 
iind EiTomango languages. Key (T.H.) Ou the perfectinrt- 
nitive, imperfect participles, and substantives which fall 
under definition ' noinen actionis '; — Remarks on some 
Latin words :— Ou some alleged distinctions in languages 
believed to be without foundation ;— Phiioi. scraps. Da- 
vies (J.) Keltic words used by early English writers. 
Ahrens (H. L.) On feminines in CJ and &??, and on the 
yni\'<\ yvv}/. Henzen (G.) Inscription of Sora. Busch- 
mann (J. 0. E.) On natural soiiuda. Appendix — Loewe (L.) 
Dictionary of the Circassian language. 

— Transactions. 1854-64. v. .L., [».r?.] 8^. 6443.07 

CnntenU. 1854. Blakesley (^. W) Explanation of some 
difficulties in the account of the battle of Marathon. Mai- 
den (H.) Greek lyrical metres ;—PragmatJzed legends in 
history. Key (T. H.) Search in some of tlie European lan- 
guages after the representatives of the Greek preposition 
avtX&fi prefixed to verbs -.—Preposition evi, in. and re 
lated words :— On metathesis. Wedgwood (H.) English 
etymologies ; — Confusion of meaning betw. coriuis and 
coniiz. Donaldson (J. W.) Etymology of the Latin particle 
modo ;— Vocalization of the na^al liquid in Greek. Latham 
(R. G.) Name aud nation of the Dacian king Decebalus, 
witb notices of tbe Agathyrsi aud Alani ; — Certain addi- 
tions to tbe ethnogr. philology of Central Araer., with re- 
mai'lts upon the so-called .\stek conquest of Mexico Lud 
low (-T. M.) Jottings in Ip^al etymology. Watts iT.) On 
Mauavit's Life of Mezzofanti. Goldstucker (T.) Onjecur, 
ijnap', Skr. yaUr'it; stei'cus, 6yiC0p, .Skr. sakr'it ; and 
some words of kindred fjumation. Davies (J.) On tbe 
Semitic languages, and their relations with the Indo-Eiiro- 
pcan. Cockayne (T. O.) Certain iU8t:mcea of synkope. 
Mansfield (C. li.) and Latham |R. (i.) A few Payagwa 
words, and some account of tlie Payagwas. Key {T. H.) 
and nthers. Philological scraps. 

1855. Key (T. H.) On tbo Latin verb mittere. and verbs 
signifying ' to go.' in the Indo-European family ;— Of the 

J Latin verb nsurpare;— Ou Greek accentuation. Wedg- 

.1 wood (H.) Ou roots mutually connected by lef. to tbe 

■ term zig-zag ;— Fidse etymologies ;— English etymologies ; 

Meaning of the root ffen or kcyi. Gurney (A.) Norfolk 
words Bleek (W.) Languages of western and southern 
Africa. Abel (C.) Coptic language. Ridley (W.) Kamilaroi 
language uf Australia. Latham (R. G.) On certain recent 
additions to African philology. Maiden (H.) Uncoulracted 
form of the genitive singular of Greek nouns of tbe second 
declension. Kennedy {J.) Ancient languages of France 
and Spain. Davies (.1.) Races of Lancashire. Watts (T.) 
R<'<ent hist, of Hnugariau language. 

1856. Wedgwood (TI.) Connexion of the Finn and Lapp 
with other European languages ;~Miscel. Engl, ets'molo- 



gles ;--Fnrthor observ. on the connexion of the FiuniHli 
and Indo-Germanic clashes of languages ; — Misf-el. etynio- 
lories illuKt. from tU«* Finnish languages. Weymouth (R. 
F.t On the liquids, espei ially in relation to certain nmte>. 
Sandwith(H) t>n a Zuza vocabulary. Aufrecht (T.) iJeri- 
vation and meaning of f/TTlOi ;— Affix of tbe Welsh degree 
of equality ; — Nasalization of initial mutes in Welsh : — 
I'.tynnjlogy of the Latin adverb actutum ;— Derivation of 
the Latin .to?i5 ;— Derivation of the Lalin otium : -I.,atin 
terminations tia, tio, Latham (U- G.l Lauguag'.s of north- 
ern, western, and central Anier.; — 'Jhe word disirihu/fd, na 
used in logir. Yates (J.) Irregularities of the versification 
of Homer. Perowne (J- J. K.) Some English idi'^mis. pt. I. 
Haan Hettema (M. de). Hints on the thesis --The old 
Frie-^ic above all others the ' fons et origo' of the old Eng- 
lish." Kennedy (J.) Some affinities in tbe JJasqne lang. 
Key (T. H.) On diminutives, English. Latin. Daa (L. K.) 
Affinities between the languages of the northern tribes of 
tlie old aud new continents. 

1857. Latham |R. G.) On the Gepidae ;— Tushi language. 
Ludlow (J. M.) French soft G or J, as representing the 
Latin labials, with or without an attendant vowel. Wedg- 
wood{li.) Termiuatiou of the uumei'uls eleven, twelve. and 
the equivalent forms in Liibuauian ; — derivation of the 
word troArr :— Words descriptive of guttural action, and 
the metaphors connected with them. Davies (■)-) Con- 
nexion of the Keltic with the Ti-ntonic language. eKpecially 
witb tbe Anglo-Saxon. Coleridge (H ) Dnnmutives in 
•let;' — Latin verb p/nm. anil snme of its couipoiinds. 
Key(T. H.) On the word iuhlmg. Aufrecht (T.) Different 
forms of (5rt7&). Jourdain (W. C.) On an unexplained 
passage in King Lear. Papers r<-latiug to the Society's dic- 
tionary : 1, Trench (*'.) l)<flrjeuceM in our Engl, diction- 
aries. 2d ed. 2. Proposal Ibr the publ. ol a new Eng. 
dictionary. 3, Canones lexicograpbici. rules to be ob- 
served, etc. 

1858. Pt. 1. Wedgwood {H } English etymologietf ;— Co- 
incidences in the roots of African ami Eniopean lauguages, 
Aufrecht (T.) Latin etymologies. Pulszky (F.) Ndturo 
ami affinities of the Hungarian langw.tge aud gr.tmmar. 
Bucher (L.) Political terms. Crawford (F.| Existence of 
biconsonantal prefix in Hebrew. Adams (lO.) On tho 
names of ants, earwigs, and beetles. Latham (R. G.) Cer- 
tain classes in African philology, especial. y the Maudingo, 
Kouri. Nufi. and Fula group-;. Coleridge ill } • Gallow ' aa 
used by Shakespere. Lottner (C.) Remarks on tbe nation 
by which tbe cuneilorni mi'de of writing was invented ; — 
The most ancient ethnog. state of western Asia bietorically 
known. Haan Hettema (M de). Arch;iic and provincial 
Eng. words compared with Dutch and Friesic. Crawford 
(F.) On constant affixes and allirmatives in the Heiirew 
language, as illna. by ref. to I ado-European analogies, pt. 2. 
Pt, 2. FurnivalUF.J.) Early Engl, poems and lives of saints, 

1859. Wedgwood (H.) On words derived from the La- 
tin ' c.iprx ' as the name of a catapult or battering engine ; 
— On tbe phiase ' trus and begone ;' — Derivation and 
meaning of the word carpet ; — Coincidences between tbe 
Galla and different European lauguages ;— The words wig 
and periwig ; — Words derived from the cries used in set- 
ting on of dogs ;— On Shakespere's 'That runaway's eyes 
may wink.' De Morgan (A.) On df)l^^6->. Aufrecht 
(T.) Latin and tireeli etymologies ; — Coleridge lA.) Scandi- 
navian element in the English langoage. Lottner (C.) 
Traces of the Italic imperfect in Keitic languages: — 
Forms and origin of pronouns of the fir.st and second 
persons. Coleridge (H.) Hints toward the explanation of 
some bard words and passages in Engl, writers ;— Speci- 
mens of the dialects of some of the Sonth Sea Islands. 
Adams (E.) Vernaciil.ir names of iust-ct-i. Pulszky (F.) 
Affixes in tbe Hunpaiiim language. Furnivall (F.J) An 
uuregistered sense of the word thing and its base the. Key 
(T. IL) Derivatious of duntaxat. tranquillus. and si (si dis 
placet) ;— Derivation of the Gothic hanfs (one-bauded ; — 
Derivations of tbe word 6?//-lOS ;— Couvertibility of n aud 
d ;— Suppl. paper on the Keltic suffix agb. etc. Fry (D. P.) 
The word //lan : — Some English dictionaries. Blihler (G.) 
Tbe Hindu god Parjanya. Irish glosses, from ms. in tbe 
library of Trinity coll.. Dublin. Watts (T.) Ou Uusseil's 
Life of cardinal Mezzofanti. 

1860-61. Davis (J. F.) Certain advantageous properties 
of the written language of China. Adams (E.) N.iines of 
certain insects. Lottner (C ) Sister famibes of languages, 
especially tho&e connected with tbe Semitic family. Cole- 
ridge (H.) The word cuhmon ;— Exclusion of certain words 
from a dictionary. Wedgwood (H.) Engl, etymologies ;— 
Connexion of tho Latiu dulcis withdelicia-. delicatus. delec- 
taro ; — Family relationship betw. the Finnish aud Indo- 
Germanic languages maiutained. Barham (T. F.) Metrical 
time, ancient and modern. Lottner (0.) Norse origin of 
are, the plural present of tbe Engl, verb substantive. 
Weymouth (R. F.) Who as a relative ;— Query on the 
phrase diamelncatty opposed ; — The Homeric epithet 
o/jp?;/o5 :— On tbe Homeric epithet /iprap J? ;— Notes 
on the Roxburghe Club ' Morte Arthur.' Fry (D. P.) Ou 
the last syllable in tbe word knowledge, revelach, and 
wedb>ck. Jourdain (W. C.) Proposed emendations in tbe 
text of ybakespeare. Coleridge (D.) Observ. on ]>lau of the 
Society's proposed new Engl: dictionary. Stokes(W.) Notes 
ou comparative syntax :— Third person singular impera- 
tive active in Cornish ;— Cambrica. Key (T. U.) Miseel. re- 



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marliH siigi^efltod by UitsfUl's Plautiis, cBpecially nu Lalin 
perfect. Thirlwall (O.) The naiue Wils/i. iiiid the word 
aqua. Passion (Thi-) ; a iiiiddle-Coniish poem, by W. 
Stoken. Play ul' the aacraiuent. a middlo-Eugl. drama, ed. 
by W. Ktobes. 

1862-63. Key [T. II.) MLhccI. papers ;— The SariHUrit 
language, as the basis olliuguistic ecieuce, overvalued ; — 
Ou titillaro aud TlHraiy ;— The Auglo-Saxon languafip, 
to support a buffix ayli, or a// tu Latin verba ;— Ret-oiiHul- 
eratiou of substantives iu l<t. Fry (D. P) Lust t^yllablo 
iu the words knowledge aud wedlock. Weymouth (It, !■'.) 
Grosseteste's ' Castle of love ' .—The letti-r r. Cayley ((;. 
B.) Experiments on Engl, liexanieters. Morris (It.) Tbo 
words groveling and grovelling, and tiie connection of the 
syllable -lint^in grovi-ling witli the -longio headlong, Hide- 
loufi, 'fc. Wedgwood (H) Selections from 2d vol. of bis 
Dictionary of Engl, etymology. Newman (F. W.) The 
Umbrian language. Peacock (U. B.) Some leading char- 



actcristicB of Northumbrian. Maiden (H.) Couuectii k 
vowels in Greek. Appi-ndiz . Smart (B. C'.j Dialect of th-i 
EngliHh gypsies. 

1864 Manning (-T.) Ijiqniry into iho < liararter and oi i- 
gin of the possesBivo aii^'meut in Kntilisb and coKuatn 
dialei^ts. Newman (F. \V.) Text cf the Iguvine inscrip- 
tions, with intei linear I,at. trans. Barnes (W.) Grainnii r 
and gloHBary nf the D<trHet dialect, wilh h'\y\., rtc, of souUi- 
western ICnglisli. Gwreans an bys— ihe (n-ution of tho 
world, a Cornish niyt*ti-ry ; rd. by AV. Slokes. 

Philolo;;y. .s'-v Language (p. *71). 

Philosophers and artri'HSfs. .V',- Houssayc (A.) 2 v. . 326C.01 
Philosophers and fo'ds. jEssays.) .sv,- Duhring (J.) 1874. 2S2-l.Ii; 
Philosophical lil)iary ; a cnUrction of reprints of an- 
cient niontlitv. Kd. by. J. Tela [psvad. for J. 

Webb]. London, IMH. h'^ 3613.01 

Note,— For contaits aco Webb (JoBepb), 



PHILOSOPHY: MENTAL, MORAL, AND METAPHYSICAL. 

AitRANGEainUENT OF Sdb-divisions. — I. Dictionaries of philosophical terms. — II. Essays on the nature and reJations of 
philosophy. —111. Periodicals. — IV. Ilistorii's of philosophy, both ancient and modern.— Y. Ancient philosophy, only.— 
VI. .Moderyl philosophy, only. — VII. Sydeiiuitic and miseel. wrk-s. — VIII. Variotix philosopliieat schools and siilije.ts. viz. 
1, The Absolute, Unconditioned, Infinite. — 2, Arabian philosophy (p. H.'iT). — 3, Association of ideas —4, Automatism, 
fi. Belief. Conviction, Certitude, Knowledge.— 6. Cause and effect. — 7, Chinese philosophy (p. 8r»7) — 8, Common sense. 
9, Consciousness. Cognition, Perception.— 10, Dualism of the mind. — 11. English and Scottish Schools of philosophy 
(p. 858). — 12, Evolution of mind. — 13. Feelings, emotions, .7<:.— 14, French philosophy.— 15. German philosophy. 
16, Habits. — 17. Hindu philosophy. — 18, Idealism and Transcendentalism. — 19, Intuitions —20. Materialism. —21, 
Mental physiology (p. 85'.'). — 22, Moral philosophy.— 23. Ontology (p. 8G2).— 24. Passions, appetites, affections. 
25, Pessimism and Optimism (p. 8G3). — 26, Phrenology. — 27, Pleasure and Pain.— 28, Positivism.— 29, Reflection. — 30, 
Scepticism.— 31, Stoics.— 32, Time and space.— 33, Utilitarianism (p. 804).— 34, Will (The), aud its relation to tho 
question of liberty or necessity. 

fiLtf" .S'ce also (in tho general alphabet) names of the foUowint^ philosophical writers, for more detailed entries of 
their works, or for biogr. and critical estimates, viz.: — Abelard ;— Thomas Aquinas {.SV.l ; — Aristoteles ; — Augustine iSt.) ; 
Bacon (Roger) ;- Bacon (Francis) ;— Bentham ; — Berkeley .—Brown {Dr. Tliomas) ;— Bruno (G.) ;— Butler iJoseph) ; 
Cicero ;— Coleridge (S. T.) ;— Comte (Auguste) ;—Condillac ; — Condorcel ;— Cousin :— Darwin (CharloBi ;— Descartes ; 
Diderot ; —Edwards (.lonathaii) : — Erasmus: — Feuerbach : — Fichte ; — Franklin (B.) -.—Hamilton (Sir \\'iji) ; — Hartley 
(David) ;— Hartmann ; — Hegel ;— Helvetius ;— Hermes TrisineijisUts -.—Hume ;— Julian [Emperor) ;— Kant ;— Lamen- 
nais ;— Leibnitz ;— Lessing ;— Locke ;— Lotze .— Maistre (J. de) ;— Malebranche ;— Mill (I.) ;— Mill (J. .S.) ;— Newton 
(.Vi> 1.) ;— Pascal ;— Plato -,- Phny ;— Priestley ;— Pythagoras :— Reid (Thomas) ;— Rousseau ;— Schelling ; — Schlcgel ; 
Schleiermacher ; — Schopenhauer ; — Shaftesbury : — Socrates ;— Spencer (Herbert) ;— Spinoza :— Stewart (l>ugald) ; 
Swedenborg ; — Taine (H.) ; — Vico : — Voltaire ; — Xenophon. 

^iff- See also (in general alphabet) Arts, Useful, aud general science {Introd. works: Method, study, elc.,p. SO) ; — Biblical 
aud religious literature {Soul, p. 104 ; and other headings) • — Biology (p. 21G) ; — Character (p. 261) ;— Education (p. 43r>, ; 
Genius (p. 5li7) ;— History {Philosophy of, p. C23) ;— Imagination (p. 0-12) ;— Life (p. 700) ;— Logic (p. 715i ;— Man (p. 733) ; 
Marriage (p. 739) ;— Medicine {Brain, p. nr> ;— Insanity, p. ':cn ;— Mental physiology, yi. •n;2 -.-Xen'oiis .'y:Jem. \t. 103); 
Memory (p. 770); — Opinions (p. 827) ;— Physiognomy ;— Probability ;— Social science i—SpirituaUsm :— Animal Mag- 
netism ;^Truth, 



I. Dictionaries of Philosophical Terms, 

Fleminfj (W.) Vocabulary of philosophy, mental, 
moral, and metaphysical. 1860. . . . 5413.01 

Same. New York, 1879. . . ^. . .5413.01a 

Gardner (F.) Dictionary of English* philos. terms. 

1878 5413.04 

See (dso Coutemp. rev., v. 19, 1872 (Mode of dealiug v/ith 
the words most irequent in mental philos., by prof. Mau- 
rice). 

n. Essays on Vie Nature and Relations of Philosoplii/. 

Chambers's Papers for the people, v. 12, 1851 ("What is philoso. 
phy?) • 2oUi.OO 

Martineau (J.) Plea for philosophical studies. [In his Essays. 

V. 2, 1868 : p. 410-430.] 2.'i3,').18 

See also additioual papers in Coutemp. rev., v. 20, 1872 
(The future of metapiiysic) ; Dec, 1876 (Plea for meta- 
physic, by C. E. Appletuu) ; April. 1877 iMetapliysieal 
study, by prof. Bain) ; Fortn. rev., v. 10. ISr.H (Pliilos. as a 
subject of study, by G. C. Kobertsou) ; Eraser's mag., 
Aug., 1873 (Relation of metaphysics to literature and sci- 
ence, by J. .S. Blackii-) ; Int. rev., IMar., 1876 (Nature and 
Byutbetic principle of philosophy, by brother Azarias) ; 
Westm. rev., Jan., 1874 (Devolopmeut of psychology) ; 
Princeton rev.. Nov., 1878 (Philosophy as scieutia scieuti- 
arum, by R. Flint). 

See aho introd. chapters in various treatises enumerated 
under • VII. Systematic works ' (p, 852-7), 

in. Philo.iophical Periodicals. 

g^' See aho Medicine [Mental physiology, p, 762). 

Journal of speculative philosophy. ElI. by W. T, Har- 

ri.s. V. 1-12. 18(17-78 5442.01 

Mind, a quar. review of psychology ami philosophy. 

Ed. by G. C. Robertson, v. 1-3, 1876-78. 5441.01 

P/ij'enotojtcaJ journal and magazine of moral science. 

V. 1-20, 1S23-47 54:12.12 



rV. Histories of Pliilosophij, both ancient and modern. 
Iltakey i /?.) History of the i^hilosophy of mind, i v, 
i850 5121.03 

Contents: v. 1. Gieciau liUilos. (p. 1-1.52). Alexamlrian 
school (p. 1S3-1C.">). Koniau (p. lOCl'.ili). Oriental, tiuos- 
tic, Neo-Platonist (p. 207-243)- Fathers of the church 
(p. 24-1.340). Aiabiaiis (p. 340-300). Persians, Jews, Sax- 
ons, etc. (p. 361-435). 

2. Scholastic aud modern philosophy, iui-luditig Locke. 

3. To tho close of Ihe 18th century, with a chapter on 
theories of the sublime and beautiful. 

4. Metaphysical wiiters. from I811O to 1S50— Gt. Britain 
(p. 1-103) : Germany (p 103179] : Italy (323-389) . Belgium 
and Holland, 1784-18.50 (p. 390 504); .Siiain. Hungary. Po- 
land, Sweden, Denmark, aud Russia ip, 465-489); United 
States (p. 490-542) ; Phvsioguumy, mesiuerism, etc. (p. 043- 
683) ; Phrenology (p. 683-608), 

(\msin ( V. ) Histoire generale de la philosophie. 8e 
ed, 1867 5422.04 

— Introduction U I'histoire de la jihilosophie. 6e ed. 
18118 5422.05 

J'jifield ( ]V.) History of philosophy, to [nOOl. Drawn 
up from Brueker's Historia critica philosophia;. 
2 v. Dublin, 1792 5422.10 

Same. London. 1840 5412.15 

Harris {W. T.) Hist, of philosophy in outline, [/n Journal of 
spec, philos., July, 1876, p. 225-270.] 544-2.10 

Haven {J.) History of philosophy, ancient and mod- 
ern, 1876. ■......".... 5423.06 

Lewes (ff. H.) Biographical history of philosophy. 
2 V. New York, 1857. ...."... 5415.02 

Same. 3d ed. History of philosophy from 

Thales to Comte. 2 v. 1867 5415.04 

V. 1. .\ucient philosophy. 2. Modern i)hilosopUy. 

yfartin {B.) Biographia i)hilo.sopuica : Lives of emi- 
nent philosophers. 17(>4 326.i.ll 

Xourrison { — ). Tableau des progris do la pensee hu- 
mainejusqu'a Hegel, lie ed. 1867. . 5425.08 



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PHILOSOPHY . Histories, Geiierdl Ancient Modern. 



Schweqla- (A.) History of philosophy in epitome. 

tr. by J. H Seolye. IS'JO .'illG.n 

:\'t,tL~\ (Mm-.iftc mamiul from tlio .school of Hegel, 
Teunemann ( IK '/.) Manual of thu history of philowi- 
phv. Enlarced and continued by J. R. Monll. 

1852 5417.1:) 

iVw/''.— Tounemaun was himself a Kantian. 
Tyler (S.) Proj^ress of philosophy, in the past and 

■ in the future. 18fi8 5417.14 

Ueberwc'j (F.) History of philosophy. Tr. by G. S. 
Morris. With additions by N. Porter. 2 v. 

1872-74 5118.00 

V. 1. Aucieut ami nicdiffival. 2. History of moiU-rn 
philosophy, with appeurtix on EuBli«h and American phi- 
losophy, by N. Porter, and an appendix ou Italian philoso- 
phy, by \'. Botta. 

;\T|,(,, „.. jinr,, concise than Ritters • Guneral history. 
and more full ami authentic tlian Schwei^ler's * Outline.' " 
" No work on the subject contains such a careful collection 
of authorities and citations, or so full a bibUotjraphicat ap- 
paratus." 
WhewM (Win.) On the philosophy of discovery, 
chapters historical and critical. 18G0. . 4024.0U 

V. Ancirid PliUosoijhy : History and Orilicism. 

Fni'imeuiii, ])hilosoi)h(U-um Graicorum. Kecens., annot. 
F. G. A. MuUachius, 2 v. P., 1800-67. 8^. 7766 04 

Ari/rns {J. B. </<■ B. tl'). Critical examination of the remarks of 
the abbe d Olivet, comeruiuff the theology of the Greek 
philosophers, [/n his Philos. (lissert.,v, 2. p. 93- 224.) 5416.04 

Hiilflk (./. S.) Istoria tes Archaias EUenikes philo- 
logias. 2 V. 1871 5421.14 

Hanvw-d. {./.) Wisdom, wit, and whims of ancient 
philosophers. 1855 5411.16 

Bulile U- O.) Abresle rtu la philos. anciouue. [In his Histoire do 
la philos. modernc, v 1, 1816.] 5421 24 

Bi.dUr (W. A.) Lectures on the history of ancient 

philosophy. 2 v. 18".7 5412.02 

Contents: "v, 1. Of psychology and ontology and the pos- 
sibility of an inductive science of the mind (p. 17-134). 
Superiority of the science ui mind, and its disciplinary 
value (p. i;i.)-182). Auc. and mod. histories of philos. (p. 
183-234). Indian philosophies (p. 235-250). Ionic and 
Atomic schools (p. 284 311). Pythagorean and Eleatic 
schools (p. 312-33S). The Sophists— Socrates (p. 339-3()6). 
SocratfS an<l liis followers (p. 3G7-43G). 

2. Plato and his writings (p. 7-288). Successors of Plato 
— Neo-Platouista (p- 289-338). Aristotle's psychology (p. 
339-393). 

CAambers's Papers for the people, v. 8, 1851 (Ancient philosophic 
sects) 2516.01 

Cocka- (B. F.) Christianity and Greek philosophy. 

1870 3536.15 

Contents : Athens and the men of Athens (p. 13-52) ; 
Philos. of religion (p. 53-97) : Religion of the Athenians 
(p. 128-16.5) ; The unknown Cod (p. 105-223)- Greek philoso- 
phy— Pre-Socratic school and Socrates (p. 265-32.i) ; Plato 
(p. 326 387) , Aristotle (p. 3S8-42I) : Epicurus and Zeno 
(p, 422-456); Pro-p;fdutic office of Greek phdos. (p. 457-524). 

Cormoallis (C. F.) Brief view of Greek philosophy. 
[aiiOH.] 2 V. 1850 5421.22 

Diogenes LwrliuK. Lives and opinions of eminent 
philosophers [of antiquity]. Tr. by C. D. Yonge. 
1853. 5415.01 

Fenilon (F dr. S. dc lit M.) Lives of ancient philoso- 
phers. Tr. by J. Cormack 5112.24 

Ferrit'r (./. F. ) Lectures on Greek philosophy. 2 v. 

1860 5412.22 

■Contents : Ionic school (p. 1-58). Pythagoras (p. 59-78). 
Eleatics— Xenophanes, Parmenides. Zeno (p. 78 108). Hera- 
chtns (p. lO'J-145). Empedoclesfp 146-1.52). Atomicschool 
(p. 153-163). Aniixagoras (p 164-184). The Sophists (p. 185- 
209). Socrates (\i. 210-2i;6). Oyreuaic. Cynic, and Megarlc 
schools ip. 267-303). Plalo (p. 301-365). Aristotle (p. 366- 
419). Stoics and Epicureans (p. 420-470). Neo-Platonists 
(p. 471-480). 
A^ote.— Reviewed in Blackw. mag., v. 101, 1867. 

tilde [T.) Court of the gentiles. Pts. 2-3. 1671. 3554.08 
Iliiinpden ( It D. ) The fathers of Greek philosophy. 

[Aristotle, Plato, Socrates.] 1862. . . 5413.22 
iVofc— Reviewed in Westm. rev., v. 77. 1862. 
Miiccotl ^^'.) The Greek sceptics, Pyrrho to Sextus. 

1S69 5425.03 

I'rrkins [F. B.) History [Bibliography] of mental philosophy. 

\In Boston I'ublic library. Bulletins, v. 3, 1878; several 

papers.) 2736.13 

l;Hler(Il.) History of ancient philosophy. 4 v. Tr. 

by A. J. W. Morrison. 1828 5416.07 

Contents: v. 1. Introd. Prehistorical ; Oriental (p. 47- 

128). Greek: origin (p. 129-165) : Ionian (p. 179-325, ; Py- 



thagorean (p. 320.420) 1 Eleatic (p. 421-624) ; the Sopbiutii— 
Atoinists, Protagoras. Gorgias, ntc. 

2. S<icrateB (p. 16-83) and the Socratic scllooU |p. 81-472): 
Plato (p. 113-472). 

3. Aristotle {p, 1-3.54); the early Peripatetics (|). 355.372) ; 
Sceptics and Epicureans (p. ;t7;i^44K) ; titoics (p. 449.658). 

4. tliffusion of Greek iihilos. among the Itoiiiaus and 
Orientals ; Greek and Uoliian philos. (p. 75-162): New Cyiiiis 
and Stoics : Seneca. ICpictetus, Aiireiius Antoiiinua p. 163- 
227) ; Erudite philos. and the new Sceptics (p. 228-330) ; 
Indian philos. (p. 3:to 4U6i : Philo Judaus (p. 407-478): 
ApoUouius of Tyaua, Plutarch, Apuleius, Wc. ; Neo-Plalonic 
philosophy — Plcttinus (p. 52J-607), Porphyry. Jamblichus, 
Proclus. and others (p. 608 692), 

.^milh (Adam). History ot the ancient logics and iiictaphysics. 

[/i> /lis Essays, cfc.: p, 157-177,] 5416,24 

/A'lln- ( K ) Socrates and the Socratic school. 1808.5420.01 

- Stoics, Eiiicurciins, and Skeptics. Tr. by 0. J. 

Reichel, 1870 5420,00 

iJS^ S'-e also, in the general alphabet, much additional 
material under the names of the following ancient phlloso- 
Iihers. viz., Pythagoras ; — Socrates ;— Plalo ;— Aristoteles ; 
Zeno : -Epicurus ; — Cicero ; — Seneca : — Epicletus ; Au- 
relius Antoninus (Marcus) ;— Philo Jii'tou.v ;~-Apollonius 
Ti/ana:us ;— Plutarchus ;— Apuleius ;— Plotinus :— Porphy- 
rius : — lamblichus : — Proclus. AUo below {ujtder ' Special 
snbjects') Stoics ; — Epicureans. 

VI. Modern Pldlosuphij : lllilory and CrUicixm. 

Boiven (F.) Modern philosophy, from Descartes to 
Schopenhauer and Hartmann. 1877. . 5413.03 
Contents: Introd. Philos. of the 17th cent. Relations 
of phiJos. to psychology and logic (p. 1-22). iJeseart^-a 
(p 22-:i7). Innate ideas— God (:i8-59). Spinoza (p. 60-72). 
Malebranche (p. 73-86). Pascal ip. 87-98). Leibnitz (p. 99- 
126). Healism. nnuiinalisui, and conceptualism (p. 127.140). 
Berkeleyanism (p. 141-153). Kant (p. 170-215). Positivism 
—science and philosophy (p. 259-282). SchopenhaHL-r (p. 
283.:!09). Fichte (p. 310-326). Schclliug : the philos. of tlio 
absolute (p. 327 356). Hegel (p, 357 388), Schopeuhauer 
(p, 389-428), Hartmann (p, 429-480). Index. 

Biilde (./. U.) Histoire de la philosophic moderne, 
jusqu'a Kant. Tr. par A. J. L. Jourdan. v. 
1816 5121.24 

('lndyba;us I^U. W. ) Speculative philosophy, from Kant 
to Hegeh 18.54 5112.04 

Cuusin ( V. ) History of modem philosophy. Tr. by 

O.W.Wight. 2 v. 18.52 5412. U 

Cfintf.nts: V, 1. Idea, perpetuity, and history of philos. 
{p. 13 64). Psychological method, fundamental ideas, great 
epochs, and plan of history (p. 65-160). Part of geogr:iphy 
in history (p. 161-172)- Nations (p. 173 192). Great men 
(p. 193-210). Historians of humanity p. 211-228). His- 
torians of pliilosophy (p. 229-2601. Philos. of the 19th 
cent. (p. 251-276). Eighteenth centnry (p. 277-342). Clas- 
sificati'in of philos. systems (p. 313-334). Indian philos. 
(36.5-4021. Greek philos. (p. 425-452). 

2. Scholastic philo.?ophy (p. 13-43). Philos. of 15th and 
16th cent. (p. 4:1-76). 17lh cent.: Sensualism and idealism ; 
Skepticism and mysticism (p. 77-124). 18th cent.: Sensiial- 
istic school— Locke (p. 125-435). 

Ln H'trpe tJ. F. de). Philosophie du dix-huitifeme 
Bifecle. 2 V. 1818 5424.05 

Morell (J. D.) Hist, and critical view of the specula- 
tive philos. of Europe in 19th cent. 18-53. 5115.13 
Contents : General introd. (p. 19-60). Sensationalism : 
Bacon. Hobbes, Locke and his school in England and 
France (p. 61-114). Idealism from the period of Descartes : 
English, German, and Scottish (p. 115-190). Different 
forms of scepticism and mysticism (p. 191-226). Modern 
sensalionalism in England and France (p. 236-362). Modern 
ideali.sm : Scottish. German, and EngUsh (p. 363 512). 
Modern scepticism : England. France, Germany p. 513- 
552). Modern mvsticism : Englaud, Fiunce, Germany 
(p. 556-628). Eclectic school of the 19th cent. (p. 629-691). 
Tendencies of i)hilos. (p. 692-735). 

iVo^f'.— Reviewed by J. Martineau. [In liis Essays, v. 2. 
94-147.] 2535.18 

— On the jihilos. tendencies of the age. 1818. 541.5.14 
.Stewart (D.) Progress of philosophy since tlie revival of letters. 

[7n;as;Volks, v. 1, 1854.] 5417,01 

VII, Systematir, and MisceUnneous I'liilos. Il'orfcs. 

Ahn-cromhie (./.) Intellectual powers. 1852. 5411.01 
Contents : General objects of science. Of knowledge of 
mind. Of sensation and perception. Consciousness and 
reflection. Testimony. Memory. Abstraction. Imagi- 
nation, Reason or judgment. Of the use of reason in 
correcting the impressions of the mind in regard to ex- 
terual things : Dreaming, Somnambulism, Insanity, Spec- 
tral illusions. 

Aldm (J. I Elements of intellectual philos. 1800. 541 1 .03 

Contents : Cognitions, perception, etc. Space. Time. 

Relations. Abstraction. Cause and effect. Beauty. Rec- 



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titiido. Iteasoniug. SylUti^iKni. Memory. ABsocintion. 

Iiuagiualioii. The will. Atteutiou. UuUurBtauUiug und 

reason, faith, iofinity. 
Arulrews [S. P.) Tho basic outline of uuiversology. 

1872 5413 24 

Argetts [J. B. dc B. W). Couceruiug inetaphysic.H. [Inhis Pinion. 

disacrt., v. 2, p, 1-78.] 5411 <U 

— Philosopliioil (lisBertaiiouK uu tho uut'crtaiuty of 

human knowlotl^e. 2 v. 1753. . . . 5411.04 
Aristotle. Sve Aristotle, /). Hfi of this Cfilatoipte. 
Arnaukl (A.) CEuvros pliiloBO|)liii|ucs. 184IJ. 5111.05 
Contents: Objection.s coutro I»e8cartc8. I->es vniiea et 
des faussee idciiB. Kupuusi; <ln pere Malebrauche. I)u- 
fenae d'Arnauld coutro la repouao de Malebrauche. 
Bacon (Francis). See uiukr his lunne {j). 5^ of <ht.) 

BailefjiS.) Essays. 1854 '. 25K1()2 

Contents : Oa the foriuiitiou of opiuiuiiB. C)u tbe jutb- 
licatioii of oi)iiiious. Facts and infereiicos. InthuMict! of 
reason ou the iV-eliURs. On inatteutiun to the (h^peudciicn 
of cauBL^s aud (.ffoL-ts iu uioi;il cnuduit. Individual (bar 
acter. Vicissitude-s of life. Ou tbe variity of iitlellectual 
pursuits. Ou practical and sperulativo ability. Ou tbt- 
mutability of humau feelings. Essay on Iho pursuit <-'f 
truth. Essay ou the progress of kuowledt^e. 
Bain {A.) Mental and moral science : psycholof,'y 

and ethics. 1,%S \ 5411. i;i 

Contents: lutrod.: Dcfiiuition and divisioua of mind. 
The nervous system and its functions. Movement, s-nisc. 
and instinct ii^. 13-81). The iiitelted {p. 8-^-2U) ; Reteutivc- 
ness. Law of contiguity, Agreement, Similarity, Associa- 
tion, Abstraction, Origin of knowledge. External percep- 
tion. Theories of the material world. The emotions and 
feelings, including also the a;sthelic emotiouB, the ludi- 
crous, etc. The wilt (p. 31S-4'2r>) : volition, self-coutrul, mo- 
tives, desire, belief, moral habits, liberty and n<;ce.ssity, 
and hi.sti'ry of the free-will controversy. Ethics (p. 4".i9- 
751) ; including an elaborate review of ethical systems. 
Appendix : Eintory of nominalism and realism. Origin of 
knowledge : experience and intuition, Ou happiness, Clas- 
Bifications of the mind, INIeaniiigs of certain terms. 

— Mental science ; a compendium of psychology. 

aud tho history of philosophy. 1H(J8. . 5411.1'.i 

— The emotions and the will. :k\ ed. 187(5. 51:*!. 10 

Note. — A sequel to '* Tho senses and tho intellect." 

— The senses and the intellect. 1868. . . 5421. OU 

Note. — Reviewed in Eraser's mag., v. 53, 18.'')6. 

— On the study of character ; including an estimate 

of phrenology. 18G1 5434.05 

— Note on Bastian's paper on the physiology of thinking, in 

Tortn. rev., Jan., 1869. [In Fortn. rev., v. 11, 3869.] 
Bulmes {J.) Fundamental i>hilosophv. Tr. by H. 1''. 
Brownson. 2 v. 185G. ...'... 5111.14 

Contents : v. 1. Ou certainty, evidence. On sensation. 
Extension and space. 2. On ideas and the universal rea- 
son. Idea of being. Uuity and number. On time. Tlio 
infinite. On substance. Necessity aud causality. 
BasGom {J.} Comparative psychology ; or the growth 
and grades of intelligence. 1878. , . 5411.22 

Note.^' Appropriates the fruits of the empirical x>hiloso- 
phy while remainiug its unflinching adversary.' 

Contents : Introd. Mind and matter (p. 9-3(1). Physical 
forces as related to vital forces (p. 30-01). Vegetable lilo 
(p. 62-88). Nervous system (p. 89-117). Animal life— or- 
ganic, instinctive, associative (p. 118-220). Rational life 
(p. 227-204). Supremo reason (p. 205-291). 

— Principles of psychology. 1869 5411.17 

Contents : Introd. Tho intellect. The understanding. 
The reason. The feelings. The will. 

— Science, philosophy, and religion. Lectures bo 

fore the Lowell Institute. Boston. 1871. 5411. 10 
Conte7its : Mind. Primitive ideas. Physical facts. Re- 
semblance. Matter. Oonsciousness. Right. Liberty. 
Life and mind. Primitive religious conceptions. Classi- 
fication of knowledge. 

Bfifjle (P.) Historical and critical dictionary. Se- 
lected and abridged. 4 v. 1826. . . . 5015.03 

Beattic {J.) Essays on truth. [Tn his Works, v. 4-5. 1800.] 5015.12 
Contents: Of truth in general. All evidence ultimately 
intuitive. Common sense the 8tandard of truth. Rea- 
soning. Perception. Conscinnsness. Memory. Cause 
aud effect. Of testimony. Of intuitive truths. Of mod- 
ern Bcepticiem. Of tho non-existenco of matter. Of lib- 
erty and necessity. 

Belsham ( ]V.) Kssays philos. and moral. 2 v. 2517.10 
j^ote. — For ro/i/f'jt^^ see under his name, p. 73 of Catalogue. 

Bentham (J.) Fragment on ontology. [In his Works, v. 8 (15).] 

Berkeley {George, bj>.) See under his name, p. 74 of Catalogue. 

Boctkius {A. M. T. S.) Consolation of philosophy. 
Made English by R. Preston. 1695. . . 5434.10 

Bollnfjbroke {11. St. John, lord). Works, v. 5-7. Lon- 
don, 1809 5022.05 

Philos. contents : v. 5. Essay concerning the nature, ex- 
tent, and reality of humau knowledge. On the folly and 
presuuiptiou of philosophers. The human reason, v. 7- 
8. Fragments or minutes of essays. 



Jiowen {K) Lowell lectures on the application of 
raetai>hysi«iil and ethical science to the evidences 

of religi.iii. 184'.* 5421.08 

lirtft/ {C) I'hilosophy of necessity ; or law of conge- 

quences. 2 v. 1811 5411.20 

Contents: v. 1. Mind and morals. 2. Sfn-ial sriouce. 
Jirodie {Sir Bnij.) Psyt^hological inquiries. [//(, his 

Works, V. 1, 1865.] 1315 08 

A'''^'.— Pt. 1 illustrates tlie mutual rf-lati-MiB nf the jihy- 
Bical organization and the menial fiu-ulties. Pt, 2 dhis- 
trates some points in tho pbyi-ical and moral hist, of niHn. 

■ Same. Mind and body. 1857. . . . 5418.01 

iVo^c— Sanin as Pt. 1 (if prcixding work. 
Broion{T.) Philos. of tin; human mind. 1«11. 5412.t)l 
Contents: Relation of the philosophy of mind to the 
sciences. Advantages derived from it. Objects of physi- 
calinipiiry. Of consciousness. Of mental idenity. Clasfli- 
ficaticiM of tho phenomena of mind : external affectionB. 
Beiisatuins, etc. Of vision. Perception, Of thy pheno- 
mena of .'suggestion (associationj. Of the emotions. Ethics, 
theoretical aud practical. 

JinrdorL{W.) Materials for thinking. 2 v. 1810. 2514.21 

Note.— 'Pin- Contents see p. 241 of this Catalogue. 
t'dhlerwood {If.) Philos. of tiie inlinite. 186J. 5421.16 
Contents of certain chapters: Province of faith as related 
to that of knowledge (p. 99.158). Examinaiimi of HamiU 
ton's Distinction of tbe infinite and absolute. Charac- 
teristics of knowledge aud thought as bearing on the sub- 
ject, Time and space. The first cause. Abstract of the his- 
tory of mental philosophy. 
Chahnrrs {T.) Sketches of mental and moral philoso- 
phy. 1857 3532.25 

Champlin {J. T. ) Text-book of intellectual philoso- 
phy. New «<1. 1872 n42i.l7 

Contents: Mind and matter. Of mind iu general. Con- 
sciousness. Perception. Memory. Imagination. CVm- 
ceptiou. Judgment. Reasoning. 

— Chapters on intellectual philosophy. 1873. 5121.17 

iVo^■.— Bound with his * Text Book of intel. philosophy.' 

Cimtenfs : ConsciousuesB. Seuse-iierception. Memory. 

Metaphysics. 

Coleridge {S. ?'.) Tho Friend. [In his Works, v. 2.] . . 6025.05 

Contents of certain chapters : (ieneial introd. ou the coni- 

muniiratiou of truth, and tho conditions under whicli it 

may be communicated safely. On apparitions. Grounds 

of morals and religion, and the discipline of mind requi- 

site for understanding tho same ; science of method. 

— Biographia literaria. 2 v 2518.18 

Philos. contents: Law of association. Of dualism. Is 
philo8t>phy possible as a science ? Of the imagination. 

Same. [In his ^Vork8. v. 3.] £025.06 

Collins {T. W.) Humanics. 1860 5112.05 

Contents : Vitality, seusation, emotion, thought, action. 
Cornioallls {Miss 0. P'.) Connection between physio- 
logy and intellectual philos. [amm.] 1846. 51"il.21 

— Phiios. theories and pUihisophical experience. By 

a Pariah. [anon.'\ ls5l 5421.20 

Gory {I. P.) Metaphysical impiiry into the method, 
objects, and results of ancient and modern phi- 
losophy. 1833 5421.18 

Cousin { V.) Du vrai, du beau et du bien. 15e ed. 
1869 5122.03 

— Elements of psychology. Tr. with introd. and 

notes, by C. S. Henry. 1855 5112.10 

Contents : Remarks by C, S. Henry on an article in tho 
Princeton rev. for Jan., 1839. criticising Cousin. Exami- 
nation of Locke's Essay on the uuderstandin;^ (p. 93-392). 
A'ldilional /Ji-cf.';— Classifivation of philus. questions and 
schools. Psychological method. Passage from psychology 
to ontology, Berkeley and Hume. Outline of a system ot 
metaphysics. Of absolute truths, etc. 

— Essays on the destiny of modern philosophy, iUid 

an exposition of eclecticism 5422.02 

Note.— A portion of v. 1 of • Philos. of miscellanies,' below. 

— Lectures on the true, the beautiful, and the good. 

Tr. by O. W. Wight. 1S55. ..'... 1412.06 

— Philosophical miscellanies. From the French, 

with introd., dc, by Ct. Kipley. 1838. . 5126.09 
Note. — For Contents see under his name ip. 395 of Cat.) 
Cadwortk {R.) Intellectual system of the universe. 

2 V. 1837 3537.08 

Davies {J.) Estimate of the human mind, as con- 
nected with the christian religion. 1847. 5435.06 
Contents : Limits of reason. Of the faculty of volition, 
as connected with moral agency and religious obligation. 
Of the use of the imagination. Of the legitimate use of 
the affections. 
Note. — Reviewed in Winslow's Medical critic, v. 1. 1H63. 
Davis {A. J.) Great harmonia, v. 5. [The Thinker.] 
1861 3815.22 



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TJe Qu'mcei/ i 7\ ) Essays ou philosoi)hical writers. 2 v. 

1854 2522.18 

'v. 1. Hamiltou. MftckintuBh. Kiiut. Herder. Bichtor. 

LoasiuR. 2. Bcutlcy. Parr. 
Descartes {Bene). ^S'-e under Uls nume (p. 41:1 of Cat.) 
F(irrnr{A.S.) Critical hist, of froo thought.l8(i:i.:iril7.17 
Fearn (J.) First liii<;s of tlie huiiiun iiiiucl. l82().5i3;t.0!J 

Contnttx : Of vitnvs ciiUTtuiii'd by pliJIosopluTs with 
rt'gar<l to miittir :iinl miiKl, ami "1 tlio moral coustiquf-nce 
of these views. Of iternptiini. Of jutit,'ni<-nt anil rela- 
tions. Of space and its relati'MiH. Of tmif. Of our 
knowledge of tlio exiBtt-uco of Bul>st;iiilivii tiiiite beiiiKS- 

— Manual of the j)hysiology of inirnl, phv-si<*al theo- 

logy, dc. 1829 \ . 54:J3.10 

Contenta : I'erceplion, beufiation, extension, etc., with 
criticisms of Ileid and D. Stewart. 

— Review uf liorUeley, ll*'id, and Stewart. [In Pamph..v,3.].5068.03 
Ferrier {J. F.) Institutes of luctaphyKie. 1854. 5U'2.1(i 

Contmis : lutrodiution iipnu the true philosopliy. Theory 
of knowing, and cnguition. Matter and jihenomena. The 
absolute and relative. Aguoioloyy or theory of ignorance. 
Ontology or theory of being. Of the absolute. Of the 
origin of knowledge. 

— Lectures on (ireek xjhilosophy, and other philoso- 

phieal remains. 2 v. 18G6 5412.22 

Contents : v. 1. Lectures on Greek philosophy. Papers 
supplementary to the * Institutes of metaphysic* 2. lu- 
trod, to philosopliy of consciousness (p. 1-257). The 
crisis of modern s|ieculatiou [the conueirlion betw. the 
Bubjective subject-object and the objective Bubject-objectl. 
Berkeley and idealism. Mr. B.iilcy's reply to au article iu 
Blackwood [on Berkeley's theory of vision]. A specula- 
tion ou the senses. Keid and the philosophy of common 
sense. Introd. lectures ou metaphysics. Lectures on 
imagination. Letter to Sir W. Hamiltou. Biography of 
Schelling. Biography of Hegel. 

Ficliie [J. G. ) See uivbr his xame (p. 458 of Catalogue). 

Fickle {J, IT.) Contributions to mental i3hilosophy. 
Tr. by J. r>. Morell. 18GU 5412.17 

Field ( G. ) Outlines of analogical philosophy. 2 v. 
1839 ' 3914.08 

Finch {A. K) On the inductive philosophy, includ- 
ing a parallel between Bacon and Comte as phi- 
losophers. 1872 5422.13 

FrotlwK/haiii {E. L. and A. L.) Philoso|)hy as absolute 
science. V. 1. Ontology. 1864. . . . 5413.02 
Contents : Preliminary. Ontological sphere. Psycholo- 
gical spiiere. Eclecticyl sphere. Univ. laws of being, 
phenomenal life. Of unity. Of duality. Of trinity. Laws 
of correspondence or of representation iu the universe, 
man. and society. Laws of circularity — The seutiiueutal 
nature. History of tlie state. History of art. Transcenden- 
talism. Symbolism of the Bible and of heathen mythology. 

GarretsortiJ.E.) Thinkers and thinking. 187M. r,422.22 

Green {J. IL) Spiritual j^hilosojihy : tbiinded on the 
teachings of S. T. Coleridge. *2 v. 1805 3555.24 
Contents : v. 1. Of the intellectual faculties and pro- 
cesses. The reason and understanding, Generalization, 
Reasoning or sylloge. Induction. The will. Ideas. Dia- 
lectic. Tlie soul. 2. Truths of religion. 

Gr<'qory {J. ) Philosojjhical and literary essays. 2 v. 
17U2 ." 5422.20 

Groie {J.) Exploratio philosophica : rough notes on 
modern intellectual science. Pt. 1. 1805. 5422.14: 
Contents: Phentimeuali.sm. Philosophy and conscious- 
ness. Sensation, intelligence, and will. Ferrier's Insti- 
tutes of metaphysic. Sir Wm, Hamilton's Lectures on 
metaphysics. The scale of sensation or knowledge. Sir 
Win. Hamilton — Consciovisness of matter. I.ugic — Mr. 
Mill. AVliewell's Pliilos. of science. Fundamental anti- 
thesis of philosophy. The interpreUitiou of nature. Sub- 
stance and medium. Realism, idealism, nominalism. 
Words. Number, time, and space. Certainty. Induction 
iind deduction. Life and mind. Law and cause. 

Ilaiif (J.) Philos., or the science of truth. 18G1. 5423.09 
Contents: H. Sjx'ncer and the universal postulate. Num- 
bers. Words. Law and caizae. The'trinity etr.^ etc, 

IfnmdUm {D. II.) Autology : an inductive system of 
mental science whose centre is the will. 1873. 

Cnntents : The will (p. 15-101). The affections (p. 105- 
•266). The intellect (p. 2(57-004). The conscience (p. 605- 
040). The i)er.sonalily (p. 011-097). 

Hffiuillon {Sir M'ni.) Discussions on philos.l85G.5413.10 
PIdios. rnntrnts : Ou the philosophy of the unconditioned. 
Philosophy of perception. Johnson's translation of Ten- 
neniann's Manual. Idealism. Conditions of the thinkable 
systematized. Philosophical testimonies to the limitation 
of our knowledge, from the limitation of our laculties. 

— Lectures on metaphysics. Ed. by H. L. Mansel 

and J. Vcitch. 2 v. 1859. . .' . . .5413.06 

Conlnits : v. 1. Philosophy, its absolute utility, nature 

and comprehension, causes, study, niethml, a,ii(l terms 

(p. 1-181), CouHciouaness (p. 18'2-o84). Appendix : Aca- 



demical honours, The ScottiBh philoaopliy— frag men U, 
Physiological —phrenology, etc. 

2. Special cognitive faculties : Tho prcsentativo fif -uUy 
— perception, Belf-cousciousncBS. Memory. Laws of as- 
sociation. Th(* reijresentativo faculty — imagination. The 
claborativo lacnlty — cla^B.fication. abstractittn, gfaieralisa- 
tion, nominalism, and conreptualism, jmlgment and rea- 
son. The regulative faculty — The (Conditioned, taiinality. 
The feelings. Pleasure and pain, the beautiful and subtiine. 
Appendix : Perception, Laws of Ihouglit, Tlie conditi'^ued. 
Causation — liberty and necessity. 

— Metaphysics. Arranged by F. Bowt;n. 1870. 5413.11 

— Philosophy. Arranged and eilited by O. W. Wight, 

Gthed. '18G0. . 5413.05 

NoU'. — For criticisms of his philos. see bis name (p. 003). 
J Lire {J. (landA.W.) Guesses at truth. 2 v. 2520.09 
Jlai-rh (./ ) Philosophical arrangements, [hi hU Works.) r)i»44 26 
Jl'irris'in {F.} Necessity of metaphysical piuUlems. [In Fort- 
nightly rev., v. 18, 1872.) 
Hartley (D.) Observations on man. 4th ed. 2 v. 

1801 5423.23 

Contents: v. 1. Sensations, motions, and ideas. The 
senses. Phenomena of ideas, or uuderst»ndiug, affection, 
memory, and imagination. Of intellectual pleasures and 
pains. 2. of religion, natural and revealed. Of the rule 
of life. Of the luturo state. 

8ame. [v. 3.] Notes and additions, by H. A. 

Pistorius. 1801 5423-25 

Ilaren {J.) Mental philosophy : including the intel- 
lect, sensibilities, and will. I86'.l. . . 5423.03 
Cinitf.nts : Nature and importance of mental science. 
Analysis and classification of the mental powers. The in- 
teUeriual faciiHUs — Consciousness, attention, conception, 
preseututive power (perception), repieseutative power 
{memory, imagination), leflective power (reasiming). in- 
tuitive power (space, time, identity, cause, ideal of the 
beautiful and right), reason and instinct, sleep, dreams, 
Bomnambulism, insanity. The sensibilities. The will. 

— Studies in philosophy. 1809. . . . . 3557.10 

Contents ; Philosophy of sir William Hamilton. Mill 
versus Hamiltou. The moral faculty. 
Heffel \0. ir. F.) See under his nnne (p. 613-G14). 
Hdvedas {0. A.) Do Tesprit ; or essays on the mind. 
With life, and pref. strictures, by W. Mudfortl. 

1807 '. . . 5413.19 

ConOnts : Of the mind considered in itself. Of the 
mind relatively to society. Self interest. 

— Treatise on man, his intellectual faculties and his 

education. Tr. by W. Hooper. 2 v. 1810. 5413.17 
Note. — Argues at length that all men commonly well or- 
ganized, have an equal apiiiude lor imderstauding, aud 
are susceptible of the .same degree of pasgiou. 

Conttfnts : Evils produced by ignorance. The \ irtues 
and happiuess of a ]ieople not the effects of their icligion, 
but of the s;igacity oi their laws. Of what constitutes the 
happiuess of Individuals, of legislation as affected by 
popular ignorance and iirejudice. Ot the power of educa- 
tion. 

Herbart {J. F.) See entries under his name (p. GIG). 

Hickok ( L. P. )Empirical psychology. 2d ed. 1865. 5413.21 
Contents : Connections of mind and body. General facts 
of mind. The intellect. The susceptibilities, feelings, 
emotion.';, etc. The will. Grounds of certainty. 

^ Creator and creation. 1872 3563.00 

^ Logic of reason. 1875. ........ 542S.34 

— Rational cosmology. 1858 3914.03 

Contents : Geueial introd. Idea of au absohite creator. 
Eternal principles of the universe. Life. Necessary laws. 
Cosmology acci-rds with IVloses. 

i\'«;/«— Reviewed iu Bibhcal repertory, April, 1859. 

— Rational psychology. 1854 5413.20 

IS'otr. — " Thiise apriori conditions which give the neces- 
sary and universal law.s to experience, and by which intelli- 
gence itself is alone made intelligible, are the elements of 
rati'mal as opposed to empirivnl psychology.'' Iteviewed iu 
Bibl. repertory, Oct., It^Ol. The numberfor July, 1802, of the 
same review coutaius au article on " Hickok's philosophy." 

Hintmi {J.) Of science. Of knowing Of being (p. 27-90). Of 
philosophy :p. 91-19'.2). Of religion (p. 193-2('.2|. Of eihics 
(p. 203-292i. Dialogues on the real and phenomenal {p. 
293 ;iyi). [InhisMitn and his dwelling place. 1859. | 357:1.20 

Ilobbes (V.) English -works, v. 1, 3-5. 1840. 5o43.0_. 

Contents; v. 1. First grounds of philosophy. 3, Iho 

Leviathan : ist part— Of man. 4. The tripo.';. Human 

nature. Of liberty and necessity. 5. l.iberly. necessity, 

and chance, debated between Dr. Brainhall and T. Hobbes. 

Jlodgson iS.IL) Philos. of reflection. 2 v, 1878. r.423.15 
Contents: v. 1. Philos. aud science (p. 27-95J. Primary, 
reflective, and direct consciousness (p. 96-lGl). Things in 
themselves and i)henomena (p. 162-216). Anntysis nf ele- 
inents : Presentation and representation (p. 219-2S7) ; Per- 
cept and concept (p. 288-372) ; Contradiction and contra- 
riety (p. ,373-441). 

2. Analysis o/ phenomena : elements, aspects, and condi- 
tions ; Nature and history ; The postwlates and the axiom 



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of ittiiformity ; Cortitudo and truth : The seon and the 

unseen. 
Theory of practice : an ethical enquiry. 2 v. 5 12;J.0't 
V. 1. FeeliUfJT. actitm, and i.-h:iraL'ter. 2. The logic of 
practice, of ethic, of politic, of tlie pr;ictical scieno-s. 

— Time and space : metai»hysical essay. l'SG5. 5423.01 
• — Future ol meiapbysic. [In Coutein. rev., V. 20, 1872.] 
ilohnes (0. IK) MechaniBm in thought and morals. 

1871 5413 23 

Hopkins {M.) Outline study of man ; or, the body 
and mind in one system. 1873. . . . 5423. 10 

Hume (D/ivid). See under his naine {\^. G37 of Catalogue). 

Jack or Jacchreus {(J.) Prima! philosopliias sive insti- 
tutionum metaphysicarum libri sex. Ed. i)()k- 
trema. 1510 5423.14 

Jamksoii {G.) Essentials of philosophy. 1850. 5414.07 
Contents: The conditioned. Physics. Metaphysics. Ab- 
stract Bciencea. Theolnpty. 

Janet {P.) La arise philosopbique. Taine, Renau, 
Littre, Vacberot. 1865 5423.19 

Johnson (£*.) Nuces philosophica? : philosophy of 
things as developed from the study of words. 
1812 5414.08 

Joufroi/ {T.) Philos. essays. Tr. by G. Kipley. 5114.09 

— -—Same. [//; Ripley (G.) Philos. iniscel. Tr. with notes. 2 

V, 1838.J 542G.09 

Note.— For Contents sc^ under his niitno {p. llSTl- 

Kftni (I.) See mit/ior entrj/ (p. 659 of (.'atalogue). 

KirioaniR.) Metaphysical essays. 1809. . 5423.22 

Contimts : Definitions of terms {p. l-lCi|. Of the human 

mind : sensations, ideas, h;ibits, seutuneuts (p. iri-t-'14i>). 

Existence and attributes of the supreme being (p. 4:n-50(i). 

Laycock{r.\ Miifd and brain. 2d ed. 2 v. ISCO. 5111.15 

Cont>'nt:i : v. 1. Oti method : coniiei-tinn of the science 

of mind with a philos. physiol(>i:;y of the brain. Injury to 

mental science from the pi'ejndiccs cf matikind nnd the 

dogmiis of speculative metaphysics and theology {p. 1-lltJ.) 

Metaphysics (p. 117-216). Matter and mind, const-ious- 

ness, the egct, feelings and Bt*ns;itiona. thought and will. 

Ontology — uuconscious existence, latent consciousness, 

instinclivu existence. Speculative ontology. Mental dy- 

nauiics or teleology (p. 217-425) : I,ife and physical vital 

aud mental forces. Correlations of Hfe and consrionsuess 

— idea:> and intuitions. Biologj'. v. 2- Principles of a 

scientitic psychology (p. l-l;jai. Mental jjhysiology (p. 

13t-330). Mental organology (;J31-49^) : nervous system. 

Manhood and womanhood. 

Lefevre ( A.) Thilosophy, hist.and critical. 1879. 5424.09 

Leioes (G. H.) Problems of life and mind. First 

series. The foundation of a creed. 2 v. lios- 

ton, 1874 5414. JO 

Contents : v. 1. Pt. I. The method of science, and meta- 
physics. Pt. 2. Rules of philosophizing. Psychological juin- 
ciples : Biostatics, psychostatics, method nfp.^ycliology tho 
biological data, psychodynamics. the psychological spec- 
trum, the sociological data, reasoned rejilism. Problem 
1 : The limitation^i of knowledge : Principles of rehitivity. 
Sensational and a priori hypotheses (iustin(rt). The sen- 
Bible, extra sensible, and supra sensible. Reality of ab- 
stractions (co-ordination). Ideal cnustruc.tion in science 
(moral types). Laws of nature. Use aud abuse of hy- 
pothesis. Abstract to concrete. Ideal construction in 
metaphysics. Search after causes. Intuition aud demon- 
stration. Axioms and their validity. Necessary truths. 
Mathematics as an empirical science. Observ. on Kant. 
Place ot sentiment in philosophy. 

2. Problem 2 : Principles of certitude. Problem 3 : 
From the liuowu to the unknown ; Nature as reflected in 
sense and thought. Jndgnjent. Ueasouing ; the syllogism. 
Induction, deduction, and reduction, piroblem 4 ; Mat- 
ter and force. Problem 5 : Force and cause. Cause aud 
effect. Problem : The absolute in the correlations of 
leeling aud motion. App-'ndix. Imagiiiary geometry and 
the truth of axioms. Lagrange and Hegel. Action at 
a distance, 

Same. 2d series. Physical basis of mind. Bos- 
ton, 1877 5414.22 

Contents : 1. Nature and definitions of life {p. 1-15C). 2, 
rbo nervous mechanism (p. 157-345). 3. Animal au- 
tomatism (p. 345-406) : course of Uiodern thought. Vital 
mechanism. Relation of body and mind. Consciuusness 
aud unconsciousness. Voluntary and involuntary iictiona. 
Is feeling an agent ? 4. The reflex theory (p 4(i7-55G) ; 
problem stated, deductions from general law. inductions, 
discrimination, memory, instinct, acquisition, negative 
inductions. 

— Same. 3d series. Pi'obiem the first. The study 
of psychology, its object, scope, aud method. 

Boston, 1S79.* 5411.22a 

Contents: The object. The motive. Position of the 
science. The social factor. SuVijective analysis and the 
introspective method. The freedom of the will. Objec- 
tive analysis : animal psychology, differences of animal 



and human, the moral Bcnse, history. Tlie general mind. 

The mental forms. AnalyMis and synthcHis. 
Locke (J. ) Essay on the human understanding. [In 

his Works, v. 1-3. 1823.] 5052.01 

Contents : v. 1, Oi ideas ; no innate principles in the 
mind (p. 1-81). Of ideas, simple and complex. Of solid- 
ity. Sensation. Reflection Perception. Memory. Space, 
Durati(tM. Number. Infinity. Modes of thinking. Modes 
of pleasure anil jtain : passious. Of [will] power (p. 235- 
203). V. 2. Of idias of Bob^itmceH. Of relations. Of 
identity and diversity (p. 47-'.H). Of other relations. Of 
clear and distinct, true and false ideas. Association of 
ideas. Of words and ideas (p. l.'iH-:in7). (Jf knowledge and 
opinion : degrees and extent {p. 30H-307). 

— Of the conduct of the understandinf^'. [Ll his 

Works, V. 3. 1823.] 5052.03 

Same. Introd.essay,by A.Potter.[H.F.L. j5411.IO 

Same. 1839. .' 5814.18 

— Pbilot!Ophical works. Essays and notes, by J. A. 

St. John. 2 V. 1854.. \ 5U5.0r, 

Contents: v. 1. Of the conduct of the understanding ; 
Essay concerning understanding, v. 2. Examination ol 
Malebranche's opinion of set'ing all things in God. Ele- 
ments of natural philosophy. Reading for a gentleman. 
Index. 

— Works. 10 V. Loudon, 1823. 8. . . . 5052.01 

Note. — For Contents, see umler his na7ne (p. 714 of Cat.) 

Lmllam {T.) Logical tracts, illustrative oi' Mr. Locke's 
treatise iipon the human understanding^, [about 
1803.] 5415.00 

Ltjell{Win.) Intellect, the emotions, and the moral 

nature. 1855 5424.11 

Note. — An appendix coutains a criticism of Dr. Brown on 
" cause and effect." 

Mcfhsh. {J.) Intuitions of the mind inductively in- 
vestigated. 1 bm 542 1.19 

Contents : General view of intuitive convictions (ji. 1- 
11H|. Primitive cognitions (p. 119-195) ; Body and spirit: 
Being ; Substance ; mode, quality, property, essence ; 
personality ; extension ; number; motion ; power. Prim- 
itive b'lirjs (p. 190-235) : Time and space ; the infinite. 
Primiliv'jwl'jin'nls (p. 236-278) : Nature and classification, 
relations ol identity, of whole and parts, pf space, of time, 
of c|uantity. of resemblance, ol active i»ropcrty, of cause 
and effect. Moral convictions (\i. 279-314) : the motive and 
moral jiowers : conscience; freedom o( the will. Intuitive 
principles and the various sciences {p. :H5 ."'OO) ; Meta- 
physics, gnosiology or science of knowlcilge, ontology. In- 
ductive sciences. Mental sciences : classification, logic, 
ethics. Mathematics. Physical sciences. Application to 
theology. 

tSi-e also under his nnme (p. 724). 

Malebranclie {N.) (Euvres. 2 v. 1842. . . 5415.09 

— Treatise concerning the search after tnith. Tr. by 

T. Taylor. 1700 5418.01 

ManseliU.L.) Metaphysics. 1871. . . . 5424.21 
Contents: Introd. (l-33i. Psychology, or philos. of the phe- 
nomena of consciousness (p. 34-250). Ontology, or philos. 
of the realities of consciousness (p. 251-351). 

— Psychology the test of moral and metaphysical philosophv 

f/u /(IS Letters, etc. 1H7:S.] 5424.2:t 

Maurice ( F. D.) .See under ' Moral pktlosnph;/' (p- HfiO) . 

Mediation: the function of thought, [anon.l An- 
dover, 1S71. IG" 3575.02 

Melftpkt/sical analysis revealing a new doctrine of me- 
taphysics. [dHOu.] London, ls-10. 8'. . 5415.12 

Mill {J.) Analysis of the phenomena of the human 
mind. New ed, with notes by A. Bain and G. 
Grote. Ed. with notes, by J. S. Mill. 2 v. 

18(j9 5425.05 

Contents: v. 1. Sensation and the senses. Ideas. Asso- 
ciation. Naming. Consciousness. Conception. Imagi- 
nation. Classification. Abstraction. Memory. Belief- 
Kationalism. Evidence. 2. Of names. Relative terms. 
Numbers. Privative terms. Time. Motion. Identity. 
Reflection, Intellectual and active powers Pleasurable 
and painlul sensations. Sublime and beautiful. Motives. 
Moral sense. The will. 

Mill {J. S.) Examination of Sir W. Hamilton's phi- 
losophy, and of the principal philos. questions 
discussed in his writings. 2 v, B., 18(15. 5113.C8 
Contents : v, 1. Relativity of human knowledge. 'J'he 
absolute. Knowledge and belief. The conditioned. Con- 
sciousness. The belief in an external world. Of matter 
— psychological theories. Law ot inaepai.ablc assoeiiilioD. 
2. Of Hamilton's doctrine of unconscious mental modifi- 
cations. The theory of causation. Of concepts or gcneriil 
notions. Of judgment. Of reasoning. Of Hamilton's 
conception of logic as a science. Fundamental laws of 
thought. Of some prejudices and fallacies. Pleasure and 
and pain. Freedom of the will, 
fl®* See also under his name p. 725). 



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PHILOSOPHY : Systematic and Miscellaneous "Works. 



MiUfi- (J.) MetftphyBics ; or the science of percep- 
tion. 187:. 512-1.15 

Cimlent!! : I'Hyclujlogy. or scioiwo of porceplion aw Hinli. 
Lo^'ic. or iKtvt'ptioii aw knowledtjo. Oiitolof^'y, or ijerop 
tiou iia tbc linowlctlRu of beiii^- I'atlucn, or percfiptioii :is 
emotion, iiu-ludiiig moral duties. Theology, or boing of a 
God. 

Monhothli) (J. linnitl, lord). Autient metaphysics, v. 

177U 5418.07 

.V(j^'.— For Cont-iils Rcn Burnet (James), p. 243 of Cat. 

Moore {0.) I*o\vor of tin; soul ovrr tlio V)0(ly. r>43K.i:J 

Mudie (E.) Man : in his intt'Uectual faculties jiiid 
jidaptations. 1858 54:J8.10 

MitUir (J.) Physiology, dr..; with tlio mental facul- 
ties. 1818. . .* 4318.01 

MansHl {0. S.) Psycliology ; or the science of mind. 

1871 5121.24 

Contents: Introd. {p. 1-8). Tho intellect (p. 9-195) : Per- 
ceptiou, based upon sensation and iutuition. Couceptiou, 
based upon nieiu'try, imaKiuation. and synthetic judg- 
ment. Belief, baHed npon induction and deduction. iSleep 
and dreams. The BenHil>ilities : emotions, feelings, de- 
sires, etc. (p. 10t;.J70|. Tho will (p. 272-318). 

Mnrphif {J. J.) llaiiit iiml intelligence, in connexion 
with the huvs of luiittrr iiml force. 2v. 18G9.5425.01 
Contents: Introd. Matter and energy. Primary forces. 
Chemical energies. Motive powerR of thcTiniverse. Crys- 
tallization. Chemistry and dynamics of life. Organiza- 
tion. Dovelopmeut and fuuclions. Habit. Variation. 
Origiu of species. Distribution. Morphology. Embry- 
ology. Cluflsitication. Natural selection. 2. Intelligence. 
Mind. Physiology of mind. Cousciousness and tlnmght. 
Mental habit. Grounds of the moral nature. Mental 
development. The senses. Perception. Space and time, 
and causation. Habit and variation in history. t;las«ifi- 
cation. liiKtory, and logic of the sciences. 

Murphy {J. G.) The human mind. 1873. . 512.-..07 
Contents: Introd.: force, life, mind (p. 1-21). Tin' undn- 
standing (p. 221C8) : sense, intuition, perception, cou- 
sciousnesB. memory, knowledge, imagination, opinion, 
faith, jurlgnieut, reasoning, method — theoretical. Thr wit 
(|). ]f>H-"23Si: emotion, estimation, susceptivity, conscience, 
inclination, willing, /'owr (p. 239-yil) : poteme and mo- 
tion, action, speech, method — practical. 

Parker (/i. ) Philosophical dissertations on uiuttt^r, 
being, i(c. 1743 5425.-0 

Purr {S.) Metaphysical tracts of the iHth century. 
1837 5415. J5 

Pirle {W. R.) Constitution, powers, and processes of 

the human mind. 1858 5415.10 

Contnits : Introd. Progress of spiritiud philosophy 
from the earliest ages to tlie present age. Mode of inves- 
tigating and nature of tho human mind. On conscious- 
ness. On our knowledge of the human mind as a separate 
existence. On sensation. On memory. On association of 
ideas. On habit. Ou reason. On reasoning. On the in 
finite and aljsolute. Ou iuiagination, humor, wit. 

Plato. See binder his -intiiie. In (jeneral alphabet. 

Porter (Noah), The human intellect ; with introd. 

npon psyeholot:(y- 180! t 5415.25 

Contents : Psychology and the soul. The human intel- 
lect (Origiu of knowJedge. Consciousness. Reflection. 
Sense-perception). Representative knowledge (Association 
of ideas. Phantasy. Sleep and dreams. The imagi- 
tion). Thiuldng and thought-knowledge. Reasoning : 
deduction and induction. Intuition and intuitive knowl- 
edge : first trutlia, categories, time and space, cau8;itiou. 
final cause, substance and attribute, the infinite and ab- 
solute. 

PriestUijiJ.) Remarks on Dr. Reid's Inquiry, Dr. Beatlie's Es- 
say, etr. lutrod. essays to Hartley's Theory of the human 
mind. Disquisitions relating to matter and spirit, and 
the doctrine of philos. necessity. [In his Works, v. a.] 3.'j91.0^ 

liamsat/ {0.) Introd. to mental philos. 1853. 54i5.l8 
Conti-nts : Philos. vocabulary : substance, quality, quan- 
tity, relation, power — ciuise and effect, law, principle, a 
reason, science and philusophy. hypothesis and theoi-j*. 
Metaphysics, logic and grammar. The categories, tho 
proposition, reasoning and the syllogism. 

]!iiiiil ( ir. li.) Henry Holhcach, student in life and 
philusophy. [psnid.] 2 v. 1805. . . 'J532.20 

Reiil {T.) Essays on the pciwcrs of the human mind. 
3 V. 1808 5110.01 



Contents: v. 1. I iitdlr dual powers : Preliminary. Of tho 
external seuHtts, perception, sensation, ideas, matter and 
space. Of memory. 2. Same, cont'd : Of conception. Of 
abstraction. 01 judgment. Of reasoning. Of taste. 3. 
Essayt on titc artiirc }wwf:rs of man : Of active power in gen- 
eral. Of the will. Of instinct, habit, appetites, desires, 
and atfeclions. Of reason, duty, and couscienee. Moral 
liberty and necessity. Of morals. 
• Essays on the active pttwers of the human mind. 
— Inquiry into the human mind on the princi- 
ples of common sense. — .\n essay on quantity. 



Memoir of the author, hy Dngald Stewart. With 

nnt.'shy(;. N. Wright. 1H43 5410.01 

A',,/,.. —'The subjects treated rif in tho " Iiiquiiy into tho 
human mind" are as follows— Of smelling (p. 4U-4.'iO). 
Of tasting (p. 4^0-432). Of hearing (p. 4:[:t-437). Of touch 
(p. 4;n-4r,7). Of seeing— visii.n (p. 4.')7.r>7.''i), 

— Inrpiiry into the human mind, on the principles of 

common sense. 1818 5013.13 

Contents: Introd. Of flmelling. t)f tasting. Of hear- 
ing. Of ti>U(h. Of seeing — vision. 

liipirt/ {(J.) Philos. miscellanies, tr. from the French 
of Cousin, Jouffroy, and B. Constant ; with criti^ 
cal notices. 2 v. 1836 5426.C0 

ScMilrl ill. K.) Positive faith : of philosophy; German philos. 
opliy. \1n his Emancipation of faith, v. 1.] . . . 3.i92.l3 

SchelUnij I K \y.J. ) iS^fl -idid' r his imw, in. </' u( r<d alphabet. 

Simon [t. C.) Present state of metaphysics in Ot. Britain. [M 
Contem. rev., v. 8, 18G8.] 

Siwe { A. ) Principles of the human mind ; with a lec- 
ture on electro-biology. 1853 3812.47 

Tlie j)rocess of thought adapted to words jind lan- 
guage. 1851 5420.06 

Smylh {('. B.) Christian metaphysics, ()r J^lato, Male- 
branche, and Gioberti, the old and new ontolo- 
gists, compared with the modern schools of psy- 
chology. 1851 5420.07 

Note. — * Traces out four elementary systems, namely, 
sensism, idealism, skepticism, and mysticism.' 

Spencer {Hirheri). See his name, in fjeneral alphabet, for 
Jiis ' Elements of psychology ,' and other works; and 
for rrilicism. thereon. 

Slnnart {D.) Elements of the philos. of the human 
mind. 3 V. [/u//t.? Works, v. 1-4. 1854.] 5417.02 
Contents : v. 1. Of philos, in general (p. 3-11). Intellec- 
tual powers of man (p. 12-40). Nature, object, and utility 
of the i>hilosophy of tho human mind (45-90). Of external 
peneption, attention, conception, abstraction (p. 91-251). 
i)i the association of ideas (p. 25*2-347). Memory {p. 348- 
430). Imagination (p. 431-4'0)- 

2. Of reason and tho laws of human belief (p. 5-69). Of 
reasoning and of deductive evidence (p. 70-1m1). Aristo- 
telian logic (p. 183-229). Inductive logic (p. 230-365). 

3. Of language (p. G-115). Of sympathetic imitation 
(p. I IC 184). Varieties of inteUectual character : the meta- 
physician, the mathematician, the poet, the sexes (p. 185- 
249). Comparison of the faculties of man and those of ani- 
mals, with some account of James Mitchell, born deaf and 
blind (p. 250-370). 

— Philos. essays. [/*i A/.s- Works, v. 5. 1855.] 5417.05 
Contents : Some errors relative 1 1 the philos. of mind cor- 
rected, and objections obviated (p. 1-54). Locke's account 
of the sources of human knowledge {p. 55-8C). On the 
idealism of Berkeley (p. 87-119). On Locke's authority in 
France in 18lh century (p. 120-136j. Metajihysical theories 
of Hartley, Priestley, and Darwin (p. 137-149). Tendency of 
some late philological speculations [those of Home TookeJ. 
Ou the beautiful (p. 189-274). On tho sublime (p. 275-329). 
On the faculty of taste (p. 330-40S). 

Philos. of the active and moral powers of man. 

2 V. [In his Works, v. 0-7. 1855.] . . 5417.06 
Contents: v. 1. Outlines of moral philosophy: classifi- 
cation and analysis of our active and moral powers, and 
various branches of our duty (p. 3-110). Instinctive prin- 
ciples of action (p. 12(i-204) : appetites, desires, and affec- 
tions. Rational and governing principles of action {p. 205- 
404). Self-love, moral faculty, moral iierceptions and emo- 
tions. On man's free agency. 

2. Natural theology (p. 12-227). Of our duties to our 
fellowcreatures— benevolence, justice, veracity (p. 228-2S:i). 
Duties to ourselves — of happiness, and of certain pleasures 
(p. 284-350). Nature and et^seuce of virtue (p. 351-3tJG). 

Same. Revised [and abridged] by J. Walkei". 

1.S49 .^ . . '. . 5436.11 

Talno. (//.) On intelligence. Tr. bv T. D. Haye. 
1871 "... 5420.17 

— De rintelligence. 2 v. 1870 5126.19 

Contents: v. 1. Les signes (p. 3-7i;i. Lea images (p. 76- 
189). Les sensations (p. 190-286). Les conditions physi- 
ques des evenenients moraux (p. 287-399 . Les diverges 
sortes de connaissauces (p. 490-478). 2. La cnnnaissance 
des corps — perception exterieure (p. 1-1(18). La connais- 
eanoe de I'esprit (p. 1G9-231). La connaissance des choses 
geuerales (p. 232-492). 

Taylor { I.) Elements of thought. 1851. . 5417.11 

-The world of mind. 1858 5417.12 

Taylor ( 7' ) Miscellanies, in prose and verse : con- 
taining the Triumph of the wise man over for- 
tune, the Creed of the Platonic philosopher, a 
Panegyric of Sydenhiim. e/c. 1820. . . 54'20.24 

Thomson (G.) Discovery of a new world of being 
[absolute existence]. 1871 5426.25 



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Thornton {W. T.) OUl-fashinnod oUiics nnd common 
senso metaphysics. lH7:i 5420.22 

Thuroi {J. F.) Introductinn ;i IVludc dv. la philoso- 
phic. 'J V. 1833 r)42(;.12 

Tur.hr (A.) Li^-ljt .»tu;itiiro puraiu'd. 2 v. ISrj'i : p. 11-275. 31Gi.l3 

— iMiin ill <iut:st of hiniBoir, by Giithbert Coinincut [psmdon.] 
[/rtParr(S.) Metaphysicai Irarts. dc. 18:J7.] . . 5415.15 

VuIkhu (T. f'.) ElementK of intellectual pliilosopliv. 

lid ed. .lS-i8 5417.18 

Contents : lia utility, rriiuary tintliH. Iniiato knowl- 
edge. Senses aud external iKn-fcptioti. Itleas. Of con- 
ooptioua. Lan^uaae, oral aud written, and ri^ht iiso of 
words. Mental association. Of intellectual Jiabits, Of 
attention. Memory. Dreaming. Belief aud evidence. 
Of reasoning. Emotions of beauty, sublimity, imagina- 
tion. Ou wit aud humor. Of instincts. Tbo will. Con- 
science. The iiassions. Apparitions. Mental alienation. 
Prejudices. Education. 

Verily (A*.) Subject and object; as connected with 
onr double brain, and a new theory of causation. 
1870 5U7.21 

Vinet (A.) Philosophy: introd.— reason, truth— nature of phi- 
losophy (p. 1-12) ; psychology aud metaphysics (p. 13-98) ; 
hist, of philns. (p. 99-135). [/;i /it's Outlines, t^c. 1867.] 5417.19 

Voltaire {K M. A. de\. A philosophical dictionary. 
From the French. Gv. 1824 5075.;i5 

— Dialogues et entretiens philosophiipies. [In his 

(Euvres. ConsuU Lxlfx; v. 71.] . . . . 5085.05 

— Dictionnaii'e philosophique. [In his (Euvres, v. 26- 

32; Benchot's ed.] 5083.26 

Wayland {F.) Elements of intellectual i^hilosotihy. 

' 1854 5417.10 

Contfmts : Perceptive faculties. Consciousness, atten- 
tion, and reflection. Orisiiial suggestion or intuition. 
Abstraction. Memory and association of ideas. Reason- 
ing. Imagination. Taste. 

Weaver {G. >'. ) Lectures on mental science, accord- 
ing to phrenology. l^;52 5417.17 

Wright {C.) Philos. discussions. ^Vith biogr. sketch 
of author, by C. E. Norton. 1877. . . 5418.12 
N'tti'.— For Conttfuts see his name, in general alphabet. 

Young (JohUy LL.D.) Lectures on intellectual philo- 
sophy. With a memoir of author. 1835. 5417.23 
Contents : Study of mental science. Mental principles. 
Perception. Sensation. Memory. Judgment. Concep- 
tions . Association of ideas. Dreams. Belief. Cause 
and effect. Personal identity. Existence of an ideal world. 
Sff also Contemp. rev., v. 17, 1871 {Range of intellectual 
conceptions proportioned to rank in animated life, by J. 
Ruskin) ; Contemp. rev., v. 20. 1872 (The future of meta- 
physics, by S. H. Hodgson) : Fraser's mag., v. Gl, 186D 
(The metaphysicians, by T. E. Webb) : Journal of spec, 
philos.. Oct., 1876 (Idea of mind, by K. T. Bayrhoffer) ; 
North Brit. rev., v. 27, 1857 (Scottish metaphysicians) ; v. 
48. 1868 (Popular i^hilos. in the relation to life) ; v. 53, 1871 
(Philosophy, psychology, aud metaphysics); Princeton rev., 
Jan.. April, 1878 (Contemporary philos., by J. M'Cosh) ; 
Winslow's Jour, of psy. med.. v. 6, 1853 (Popular study of 
metaphysics) ; v. G {Intellectual and moral progress) ; v. 8, 
1855 (Study of" mental science) ; v. 8 (Use and abuse of 
mental philos.) 

VIII. Various Schools and Subjects. 

Nod-.—The Contents of entries under 'Histories' and 
• Systnnafic works' {p. 852) should be searched lor chapters 
upon these and other philos. matters. 

1. The Absolute, Unconditioned, Infinite. 

Cfilderwood (//.) Philos. of the infinite. 18(>1. 5421.16 

FfrriiT {J.) Institutes of metaphysic. 1854 5412.16 

Hamilton (Sir }V.) Philosophy of the unconditioned. [/« his 
Discussions, etc.] 5413.10 

— The conditioned. [In his Lectures, v. 2. 1859.] . . . 5413.07 
Mansel {H. X.) Limits of relig. thought examined. 

1859 357J.03 

— Philosophy of the conditioned. 1866. . . 5424.22 
MartinFau {J.) Review of Mansel. [In his Essays, v. 1, 1866.] 
Afaaric-f ( F. D. ) Letters to a student of the Bampton 

lectures of Mansel. Iy5!» 3571.20 

— Sequel to 'What is revelation?' Reply to Mansel. 1860. 3574.24 
vVtV/. (J. .S'.) Relativity of human knowledge ; — Philos. of the 

absoiute ;— The conditioned. [In his Exam, of Hamiltou, 
V. 1, 18G5 ; p. 13-134.] 5413.08 

Vonng {J.) The province of reason. 1860. . o625.19 
ita" 'S'''« also the writings of Kant :— Fichte ;— Schelling : 
Hegel ; — Schopenhauer :— Cousin ; —Plato ; — Spinoza. 

See also Journal of spec. philu.s., Jan.. I«77 ; p. 19-48 (Re- 
lativity of knowledge, by J. Watson) ; Contemp. rev,, v. 17, 
1H71 {The absolute, by A. J. E. Russel) ; Dublin rev., Jan., 
1873 (A study of relations) ; July, 1872 (Bain on the rela- 
tivity of humau knowlt'dge) ; Bibl. rep., July. ISi'iO (Hamil- 
t'm's theory of the conditioned); July. 1862. (Hamdtou 
on the absolute): Coutem. rev., v. 32 (Perception of the 
infinite, by Max Miiller). 



2. Arabian Philosophy. 

f'rnprr [J. IT.) Intellectual development of Europe, cb, xIU 

xiii, xvi 5814. 0.^> 

Lewes (G. //.) In his Hist, of philns.. v. 2, 1867 ; p. 32-69. 6414,05 
JicHdii (F.) Averrofs et Vaverroisme. 1871. 3011.11) 

Stanhope (fJarl). [In his Miscellanies, v. 2 2543.27 

rrba-wrg [F.) Uistory of philos., v. 1, 1872 (p. 405-417). . 5418.00 
.SV« also Jour, of sac. lit., Jan.. 1865; p. 3.')4-37I (Mt-ta 
physical schools among the Arabs, by G. Masaon). 

3. Association of Ideas. 

Not'-. — Tlie views of various authors {Unbbos, Locke, 
Hume. Gerard, Brattic, Hartley. J. Mill, T. Brown, Sir W. 
Hiiniillon) upon the principles of association are noted by 
A. lJ;iin. in his ' Mental and moral science.' IJain's treat- 
ment of the intellect proceeds entirely on the laws of as- 
sociation. Consult the writings of the above named phi- 
losophers, and tlioso of Dr. T. Brown, J. S. Mill, and Her- 
bert Spencer ; also the article by G. R. Robinson in 'Jth 
ed. of Eucyc. Brit., v. 1. 

4. Antoniatisin. 

Elam [C.) Automatism and evolution. [In Cuuteni. rev., Dec, 1876.] 
Huxley {T. H.) On the hypothesis of Descartes that animals are 
automata. [In l'"ortu. rev., Nov. 1, 1874.) 

Sef Fortn. rev., Nov.. 1874 (Hypolhesis that aninuils are 
autom:ita, by T. II. Huxley) ; Pop. science mo. Fob . 1875 
(.Animals not automata, by R, G. Hazard) ; Cnntemp rev., 
Sept.. 1S75 (Huxley's hypothesis that animals are automata, 
by lord Blachford). 

5. Belief. Conviction, Certitude, Knowledge. 

Bit'/hot (ir.) The emotion of conviction. [/71 Contemp., v. 17. 

1S71. orLittell. 1S71, v. 2.] 
Cai-pentrr (W. B.) On the psychology of belief, [hi Contem. 

rev., Dec. 1873.] 
Davis ( \V. G ) On the law of certainty. [In Med. critic, v. 3, 1863.] 
Sid(fwiek [If.) Verification of beliefs, [hi Contem. rev,. July, 1871.] 
Sully [J.) Belief; its varieties aud conditions, [/n /as Sensations 

and intuition, 1874 ; p. 73-116.] .'S426.0H 

Thompson (/). G.) Knowledge and belief. [In Mind. v. 2, 1877 ; 
p. 309-335.] 

S'-e also Dublili rev., July, 1871 (Rule and motive of cer- 
titude). 

6. Cause and effect. 

Bowen [F.) Idea of cause. [In Princeton rev.. May, 1879 ; 36 pp.) 
Brown {T.) lielation of cause and eflect. IH^iS. 5411.23 
Groifory (J.) Metaphysical essays. 2 v. 1792. 5422.20 
Hamilton (Sir IF.) Causality, [hi /nsMetaphysics.v. 2. 1859.] .5413.07 
Martineau (J.) Is there any axiom of causality? [/n Contem. 

rev.. V.14, 1870.] 
Mill [J.S.) Sir W. Hamilton's theory of causation. [In his Exam. 

of H.'s philos., V. 2. ch. 16.] 
Note. — For criticisms of Mill's views, see Dublin rev., 

July, 1876 : N. A. rev., v. 78, 1854. 
Mozlei/ (J. B.) Principles of causation. [In his Essays ; histori- 

"cal aud theological, V. 2. 1878.] 2537.09 

Xoel(K.) On causality in wdl and motion. [In Contem. rev., 

Feb., 1874.] 

jm- See also Will (p. H64). 

7. Chinese Philosophy. 

^^ See Confucius (p. 270) ;— Mencius fp. 771) ;— John- 
son's Oriental religion.s : Chma |3;J63.34] ; Chr. exam.. 
May, 1868 ; p. 297-330 {Chinese philos. and moralists, by C. 
H Dall) ; and (under China. p. 300). works by Davis [1023.04], 
Doolittle [1023.0H], Gray [1021.23]. Williams [1023.02], et al. 

8. Common sense. 

Carpenter {]V. B.) What is common sense? [/« Coniemp. rev., 

V. 19, 1872.) 
Hamilttm (Sir \Vm.) Philos. of common sense. [In his Philoso- 
phy, arranged by O. W. Wight, 1860 ; p. 19-161.] . 5413.05 
Note, — Repr. from Hamilton's edition of Reid. 
Note. — For the writings of the leading philosophers of 
tlie common-sense school, see Hutcheson (F.) ;— Reid :— 
Beattie ;--Stewart :— Brown {Thomas);— Hamilton {.Vi*- W.) 
Cousin (Victor). 

9. Consciousness, Cognition, Perception. Ideas. 

Bain (A.) Origin of knowledge ; History of nominalism and real- 
ism ; Of intuition and experience. [In his Jlental and 
moral science, 1868; appendix; 75 pp.] .... Mil 13 
Bascom {J.) Science, philosophj-, and religion. 5411.1!) 
Hamilton {Sir Wm.) Philosophy of perception. [In his Philoso- 
phy, ed. by O. W. Wight. 1860 ; p. 165-438.] . . . 5413.05 
Contents : Defence of Reid against Brown which first ap- 
peared in Ed. rev., Oct. 1830, and repr. in his ' Discus- 
sions '; — Representative and presentative knowledge— 2d 
Buppl. dissertation on Reid ; — Various theories of external 
perception— 3d suppl. dissertation on Reid ; — Discuss-ioii 
on the scheme of Arthur Collier ;— Distinction of the pri- 
mary and secondary qualities of body — 4th suppl. Disser- 
tation in Hamilton's Keid ;— Perception projjer aud sensa- 
tion ijroper. 



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PHILOSOPHY : Various Schools and Subjects. 



Jardine iM.) The elements of the i)syehology of cog- 
nition. 1874 5123.21 

Contents : SoliiTPS -jntl arrangement (p. 1-16). PreBeuta- 
tivo kuowli-tlyn (p. 17-70). TUeories of perception — Des- 
cartes Ijoi-lie, Berkeley, IJiuiie, Reid. Kaut, Modern Kngl. 
psyeliology (p. 71-147). Ilepreoeutation— Phantasy. Mem- 
ory. Kxpectution ;p. l-18-]'.»r>). Elaboration of kuowleilKe. 

WliewcU ( iVm.) History of scicntifie ideas: 1st pt. 
(if the Philos. of the iuduetive sciences, 3d ed. 

•i V. 1858 nyrs.oi 

Sir also f-ontenip. rev . v. 14-16, 1870-71 (Kuowiug and 
feelinu, by W. Smith) ; Fraaer's mag., v. 80, 1869 tAuto- 
liiograpliy of eoiiseioUHne.'JB) ; Journal of spec, pbilos . 
Jan., 1877 (IJocs the niind ever sleep? by E. M. Chesley) ; 
Miud. Jan.. 1877 (Veracity of eonseinusness, by W. G. Da- 
vies) ; New Kuglander, Oct.. 1874 (Of Belf-conscionsuesB, 
by <^ E. (irinnrlll; N. A rev., Apl., 1673 (Evolution of 
Helf-eonscionsness, by chauiK-ey Wrigtit) ; Medical critic, 
V. 3. 1863 (The nnoonscions life of tlie soul) ; Miuil, Apl., 
1877 (L'onseionsncss and nneonseiousueas. by O. II. Lewes). 

&ff^ Se'' a/so Mental pbyyiology (p. 859) ; and [passim) 
Systematic Works (p. 8,">'2). 

External Perception. 
Berkeliy (0.) See u)uler hi.i niiine fp. 74). 
Bailey (S.) Review of Berkeley's theory of vision. 

1841 54-21.19 

A'ote.— Keviewed by J. S. Mill, in Dissert, v. 2, 187:). 
Fearn [J.) Essay on external perception. [M Pamphleteer, v. 5, 

1815.] 5058.05 

Mill [J. S ) Bailey on Berkeley's Theory of vision. [In his Dis- 
sert.. V. 2, 1858.) 2535.24 

Sre also Coutoinp. rev., v. 20, 1872 (Philos. of percep- 
tion, by R. Noel) : Westm. rev., July, 1872, or Littell, 1872, 
v, 3 (Recent experiments with the senses) ; Bibl. rep., 
Apl., 18.59 (Immediate perception) ; Apl., 1860 (Hamilton's 
theory of perception). 

10. Dualism of the mind. 

Verity (R.) Subject and object, as connected wiih 

our double brain, and a new theory of causation. 

1870 ." . . 5417.21 

Wi-ijcm {A. L.) Duality of the mind jiroved by the 

structure, functions, and diseases of the brain. 

1844 4333.16 

Reviewed in PUrenol. journal, v. 18, 1845 {2 articles). 

11. English and Scottish Schools of Pliilosophy. 

McCkisli (J.) The Scottish philosophy, biographical, 
expository, critical, from Hutcheson to Hamilton. 
1875. . .' 5424.-2() 

Masson (David). Recent British philosophy. 2d ed. 

18G7 ' . 5425.04 

Contents : A survey of 30 years. Traditional diflferences : 
how repeated in Carlyle, Hamilton, and Mill. Recent sci- 
entific conceptions of philos. British comtism. Bain and 
Spencer. Hamiltcmiauism and its modifications. Ferrier 
and J. H. Stirling. Swedenborgianism and '-Spiritual- 
ism.'' Mill on Hamilton. 

Sil)ot(T.) English psychology. 1873. . .5426.11 
Contents r Hartley, James Mill, Herbert Spencer, Bain, 
G. H. Lewes. Samuel Bailey, John Stuart MiU. 

Stephen ( L. ) History of English thought in the 18th 

century, 2 v. 187C 5426.26 

jftiT ■*>(''' also (/?(i.W(?H) Systematic Works (p. 852), and 
Moral philosophy (p. 859-60). 

12. Evolution. 

.e®" See entries under Evolution (p. 452). 

13. FeeUngs, Emotions, etc. 

Bain (A.) Emotions .and the will. 3d ed. 1876.5421.10 

Collins {T. ir.) lIuiLianics. 18G0 5412.05 

S^ See also dirision Passions (p. SCO) ; and examine 
works under ' Systematic and miscel works ' p. 852). 

See also Fortn. rev., v. 12. 1869 (Nature of emotion, by 
Dr. lilandford) ; Winslow's Jour, of psy, med., v. 6 ; Brit, 
qn. rev., July, 1879 (The feelings and tlie intellect). 

14. French Schools. 

Titine {II. A.) Les philosophes classiques du xix. 
sieele en France. 3e ed. 1868. . . . 5426.18 

Co»(»:n/s .■ Laromiguiere. RoyerCollard. Maine deBiran. 
Cousin. Jouflfroy. 

B^ See also, in tlie general alphabet, the works of Gon- 
dillac ; — Arnauld ; — Cousin : — Helvetius ; — Janet ; — Jouf- 
firoy ; — Lelevre ; — Malebranche : — Taine ; — Voltaire. 

See also Mind, July, 1877 (I'hiloB. in France, by T. Ribot). 

15. German Philosophy. 

See Philosophy f/rlslorits. p. 851 ■.—Moilern, p. 852) ; also 
in the general alphabet, the names of German philoso- 



phers, as BUchner (L.) ;— Kant (I ) :— Fichte (J. Q.) ; 
Schlegel (F. von) ;— Feuerbach (L. A.) ;— Schelling (P". W. 
J.):— Hegel (G. W. F.) ;— Hitter (H.) ;— Herbart IJ. F.) ; 
Lotze (H.) ; — Schopenhauer (A.) ;— Hartmann (E. vou) ; 
Lauge (F. A.) 

16. Habits. 

XfJT See Habits (p. 598 of Catalogne) : also Wiuslow's 
Journal of psy. med., v. 6, 1853 ; p. 380-403. 

17. Hindu Philosophy. 

ffg' ,V.v Bibl cal and n-lipions literature (Heligiwis : 
Ilimluism, p. lull) ; — Literature [.Sanserif, p. 711). 

18. Ideabsm and Transcendentalism. 

Itij' See histories and treatises on philosophy (p. 851-2) ; 
also, in the general alphabet, tho writings of Collier (Ar- 
thur) ;— Berkeley (G.i ;— Kant (I.) :— Fichte (J G.I:— Schel- 
hng (F. \V. J. von) ;— Coleridge (.S. T.) ;— Cousin (V.) ; 
Jouf&oy iT.) ;— Green (J. H.) ;— Emerson (R. \V.) ;— Fer- 
rier (J, F.) ;— Simon iC). 

ttir' See also Intuitions ilietoiv) ; and in the general alpha- 
bet. Transcendentalism. 

19. Intuitions and Intuitionism. 

Jlnin (.4.) Origin of ku(»wledge— experience and intuition ; a 
hist, summary. [In liis .Mental and moral science, 1868 ; 
apjmidix, p. ■33';7.] .5411.13 

MeCosk (,J.) Intuitions of the mind inductively in- 
vestigated. 1860 5424. 19 

.Siilpwick {II.) Methods of ethics, 1874 ; p. 177-378. . . 5436.25 

f<iilii/ (,J.) Sensation and intuition. 1874. . 54'2(i.OS 
ittr See also Idealism and TranscendentaUsm (above) ; 
also Absolute, Infinite, and Conditioned (p. 857). 

20. Materialism and Psychology of Sensatiou. 

Andrews! {J.) Psychology of scejiticism and phenome- 
nalism. 1874. . ' .54-1.00 

Sain {A.) Mind and body. The theories of their relation [and 
history of the theories of the soul]. 1873. . . . 5438.17 

Barnard {F. A. P.) The recent jjrogress of science. 
186!) 3914.06 

BelshamlW.) Essays, v. 1. 1799, p. 3-2-149. 2517.10 

Birks { T. B. ) Modern j^hysical fatalism and the doc- 
trine of evolution, including an examination of 
Herbert .Spencer's First principles. 1876. 35'22.27 

Biiclinf-r (L.) Force and matter. Ed. by J. F. Col- 
lingwood. 1870 ".' . 5421.11 

— Man in the past, present and future. From the 

German, by W. S. Dallas. 1872. . . . 4734.'24 
Candid examination of theism. By Phv.sieus. Bos- 
ton, 1878. 8= ■..".. 3611.21 

Carpenter { W. B.) On mind and will in nature. [In Contemp. 

rev., Oct., 1872, or Littell, 1872. v. 4.] 
Clarke (T.) Alpha ; or God in matter. 1870.3535.21 
Dabney (E. L.) Sensualistic j^hilosophy of the I'.ith 

century, considered. ]87lJ 5434.' 3 

Forsyth { IF.) On the limits of science : criticism of Tyndall. 

etc. IFraser's mag , Feb., 1875.) 
Grote{J.] What is materialism? [Macmillan, March, 1867.] 
Ilemsterhuys { — ). Letter on atheism. [Fraser's mag.. June. 1875.] 
Hovel (I), de B.) The power above matter.1871. 3562.34 
Janet (P.) The materialism of the j^resent day ; a 
critique of Dr. Buchner's system. Tr. by G. 
Masson. 1866. .....".... 5423 17 

Same. Le materialisme contemporain en AUe- 

magne. Examen du systfeme du docteur BUch- 
ner. lsr,4 512:!.18 

— German materialism — the naturalistic school. [2 papers in 

Meth. qn. rev., Jan.. Apl., 1665; tr. from Rev. dee ilenx 
mondes. 15 aout et 1 dec. 18G3.] 
Lange {F. A.) Hititory of luaterialism. Tr. by E. C 

'Thomas, v. 1- . 1877- 5424.08 

ContnUs : v. 1. Early atomiBts — Democritus (p. 1-36). 
Sensationalism of the sophists (p. 37-51 ). Reaction against 
materialism — Socrates, Plato, Aristotle (p. 52-92). Mate- 
rialism after Aristotlo : Epicurus (p. 93-125). Lucretius 
(p. rJG-158). Mouotheisiic religions in relation to inaterial- 
isiu (p. 1G1-18G). Scholasticism (p. 187-214). Return of m;i- 
terialistic theories with the regeneration of the sciences 
{p. 215-'249). 17th century materialism : Gassendi (p. 253- - 
269), Hobbes (p. 270-290). Materialism in England : 
Boyle, Newton. Locke, Toland. 

2. [When published.] 18th century. Modern x>bil«s. 

3. i\Mien published.] Natural sciences. Man and the 
soul. Morality and relitrion. 

Lewes [G. H.) Matter and force. Force and cause. [In 7ns 
Problems, l^^t s.. v. 2. 1875 ; p. 203-380.] .... 54U.21 

— Spiritualism and materialism, [in Fortnightly rev., April, 

May, 1876 ; 2 art.] 
Maccnll ( W.) The newest materialism : Mill, Coniite, 
Bain, S2>encer, Atkinson and Fenerbacb. 5414.23 



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PHILOSOPHY : Materialism ;— Mental Physiology ; Moral Philosophy. b59 



Marlineau (J.) Modern materialism; its attitude to- 
ward theology. 187G 3574.31 

.Vo^'.— Repr. iVom C'outem. rev.. 1H7C. 

— Religion as affected by luoderu uiuterialism. IST.*!. . :i57:t.:n 

— Place of mirnl iu uatiue aud intuition. [In (louteiup. rev., 

V. 19, 1872.] 

Mlvarl (Si. 6. ) Lessons from nature, as manifested in 
mind and matter. lS7(i 4722.23 

Paine [M.) Phj'.siol(.)gy of the soul and instinct, as 
distiut^uished from materialism. 1872. . 3.581.24 

PirJoii [J. A.) The mystery of matter. 1873.3584.23 

Pi'iestlt'i/ {J ) Disquisitions relatiuj^ to uialter and spirit, and the 
diictriuo ol philos. necessity [hi tiis Works, v, ;t, 18'24) ; — 
Free discussion betw. Dr. Price and Dr. Priestley on the 
nature of matter and tho doctrine of necessity [in v. 4]. 

Scftoltpii (7. IT.) On modern materialism and its causes. [In 
Beard (J. R.) Progress, elc, p. 10-18.) :VM.2 

Thornton ( IV. T.) Recent phases of Bcicutific atlieism. [In Ids 
Old fashioned ethics, 1873.] 6420.22 

Ttjiidall {J. ) Addre.ss at Belfast. Kevised, with a 
second preface, and appended article on " scien- 
tific materialism." 1875 390G.19 

— Materialism and its opponents. [In Fortn. rev., Nov., 1875. J 

— Martineau and materialism. [In Pop. sci. mon., Dec, 1875.] 

— Science and man : address at Birmintiham. [In Fortn. rev., 

Nov.. 1877 ; rev. by McCosh, m Princeton rev., Jan., 1878. 
Winn (J. M.) Materialism. 1875 5426.29 

Sk^ .S'ef.' also Biblical and relig. literature {Evolution and 
religion, p. 87 : — .)tah'.rialism, p. 91 : — Religion and science, p. 
101) ;— Evolution (p. 4.52) ;— Biology {Protoplasm, p. 21C) ; 
Physics [Forces. Correlation of). 

See also Catholic world, Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., 1874— 
Jan.. Feb., 1875 (Matter ; 6 art.) : Mch., 1876 (Bit of modern 
tlioujiht on matter) : Contem, rev., v. 12, 18G9, or Littell. 
1869, V. 4 (Battle of the philosophers, physical and meta- 
physical, by A. Bari'y) : .May. 1877 {.\ reconciling philoso- 
l)hical conception, by (A. Main) : v. 17, 1871 (Physical life 
theories and religious thought, by L. S. Beale) : Fortn. 
rev., v. 1. 1865 (Atoms, by sir J. F. Herschell) ; v. 11. 1869 
(Physiology of thinking, by H. C. Bastian) ; Journal of 
spec, piiilos., 1876. p 69-88 (Tyndall's problem solved : idea 
of matter — monads, etc.. by K. T. Bayriioffer) ; Nat. quar. 
rev., June, 1873 (.Material hypothesis of the soul) ; Popular 
science monthly, July. 1878 (Radical fallacy of material- 
ism] : Oct., 1873 (by StaUo) ; VVestm. rev., V. 98, 1872 
(.Esthetics of physicism). 

21. Mental Physiology. 

Note. — Thc^e entries are supplementnry to those given 
under the same heading in Medicine (p. 762). 

B(xin(A.) The senses and the intellect. 1868. 5421.09 

— The intellect viewed physiologically. [In Fortn. rev., v. 3, 1865]. 

Barlow (J.) Connection between physiology and in- 
tellectual philosophy. 1846. [In S)mall books. 
etc., V. 1.] 2.513.07 

Cnlderwood {II.) Relations of mind and brain. 5422.00 
Contents : Relations of philosophy and science (p. 1-9). 
Structure and functions of the brain (p. 10-236). Experi- 
ence as connected with motor activity (p. 237-261). Mem- 
ory (p. 262-284). Use of speech (p. 28.5-312). Action .and 
reaction of body and mind (p. 313-325), Weariness, sleep, 
and uncousciousness (ti. 326-361). Brain disorders (p. 302- 
410) Higher forms of mental activity (p. 411-140). Sum- 
mary of intellectual results (p. 441-448). 

Darbg {J., pseud.) Correlation. [In his Odd hours of a physi- 
cian, 1871 ; p. 51-81.] 2.521.28 

Ddiiain ( (?. ) Various theories on the relation of iniinl 
and brain reviewed. 1869 5422.06 

Laycock {T.) See under his name (p. 855). 

Lewes {G. H.) See under his name (p. 855). 

Mariineau [J.) Cerebral psychology : Bain, [/n/ti'i Essays, v. 1, 
1866 ; p. 244-280.] 2.5.15.17 

Symonds {J. A.) Relation between mind and muscle. In his 
Miscellanies : 1871 ; p. 265-293 2547.19 

Wgld (7?. S.) Physics and philosophy of the senses ; 
or the mental and the physical in their mutual re- 
lation. 1875 5426.21 

Contents : Matter, organization, animal life, f(c. Sound. 
Light and vision. Taste. Smell. Touch. The nervous 
system. Various schools ; Plato. Succeeding schools. 
Descartes. Geuliux. Malebranche. Spinoza. Leibnitz. 
Locke. Berkeley. Kant. Proijerties of pliysical bodies. 
See also Medical critic, v. 3, 1863 (Influence of material 
objects on the minil) ; Wiuslow's Jour, of psy. med.. v. 5, 
1852 (Mental physiology) : v. 9. 10, 11, 1857-58 (Physiol, 
psychology) ; Brit. qu. rev., July, 1.879 (The feelings and 
the intellect) : Princeton rev., Mch., 1878 (Mind and brain 
by J. McCosh). 

22. Moral Philosophy aiid Ethics. 

1. Histories of )noral jjhitosojihit. 

Bain {A.) The ethical systems, aucient and modern. [In his 
Mental and modern science, 1868 ; p. 429-751.] . .5411.13 



Blakey (ii.) History of moral science [iu Eni»land1 

2v. 183,3 ■• . . tm.U) 

Contents : History of moral philos., to Hobbi-s (p. l-4'>) 
Hobbos (p. 43-83). Cudworth (p. 81-90). Cumberland (p 91- 
115). Locke (p. 116-110). Aljp. King (p. 140-182). Wollas- 
ton (p. 183-208). Samuel Clarke (j). 209-238). Sliaflcsbuiy 
(p. 23'.(-273). Mandovillo (p. 274-300). Boliiigbroke and 
Pope p. 307-333). Soaine Jcnyns (p. 334-313). Uulchc- 
son (p. 344-374). 

2 Ilntcheson (p. 1-39). Rutherfcu'd (p. 40-01). Hume's 
system of utility (p. 02-97). Hartley and Priestley on vi- 
brations and asBoc. of ideas. Lord Kames. lip. Butler. 
Dr. F.-rguson. Di-. Price. Adam Smith. Dr. Paley. Gis- 
burile. Bentbam. Godwin. Dugahl Stewart Dr. Cogau. 
Dr. Thomas Brown, Dr. D('war. Foreigu'moral writers. 
Morality of the Scriptures. 

Surdon (IF.) The princip.al moral writers and systems of nm- 
^ ralitj. [In /o.v .Material for thinking, v. 2, 1810 ; p. Hl-2.591 

Dmi.'i (J.) Histoire des theories et (U's idees morales 
dans I'autiquite. 2 v. 1856 5433.26 

Janet {P.) Histoire de la science politique dans ses 
rapports avecla morale. 2e ed. 2 v. 1872. 5718.12 

.louffrog {T.) .See under his name ((). 860). 

Lecki/ ( \V. K H. ) History of European morals from 

Augustus to Charlemagne. 2 v. 1869. . 5414.17 

Contents : v. 1. Nat. hist, of morals. The pagan empire. 

Conversion of Rome. 2. Constantine to Charlemagne. 

Position of women. 

iVofe.— Reviewed in Contenip. rev., v. 11, 1869 (by C. E. 
Applctou); Ed. rev., v. 130. 1869 : Fraser'8 mag., v. 80, 1809 ; 
North Brit, rev., v. .50, 1869 ; Quar. rev., v. 128, 1870. 

Macldntosh ISir J.) Progress of ethical philosophy, chiefly dur- 
ing the 17th and 18th cent. [In his Miscel. writings, 1852 • 
p. 94-198.] 2536.27 

MttrsliaU (J.D. ) Morals and religion in history : popu- 
lar notes. London, 1877. 8° 5435.42 

Maurice {F. D.) Moral and metaphysical philosophy. 
New ed. with preface. 2 v. 1873. . . 54 -'4. 17 
Contents : v. 1. Preface. Ancient philosoiihy — the He- 
brews. Egyptians, Phoenicians. Assyrians, Hindoos, Chi- 
nese, Persian (p. 5-Hl) ; Grecian (p. 82-245). Socrates and 
the Sophists, and Plato (p. 114-176); Aristotle (p. 176-231). 
Roman phdosophy (p. 245-251). Alexandrian (p 251-260). 
Philosophy of the first six cliristian centuries (p. 263-419). 
Medieval philosophy— Boetliius (p. 423-450) ; Gregory the 
Great to the 10th century (p. 451-501) : loth and lltli cent. 
(p. 502-533) — pope Gcrbert. Lanfranc, Auselin : 12th cent, 
(p. 534-584) — Abelard, Hugo de St. Victoire. Peter Lombard, 
John of Salisbury : 13th cent. (p. 585-675)— JMahometan 
philos., Albertus Magnus, Thomas Aquinas, tho Francis- 
cans— Bonaventura, Duna Scotus. Roger Bacon, Raymond 
Lully. 
2. 14th-19th centuries (p. 1-676). 

Stewart 'D.) (leneral view of the progress of ethical philoso- 
phy since the revival of letters iu Europe. [In Encyc. 

Britannica, 8th ed., v. 1, 18.53.] 

/iL5= Sec also (in General tvorks. below,) the reviews of mor- 
al theories by Jouffroy, Price, Adam Smith, and Wake. 

2. General and miscellaneous works in mttral philosophy. 

Abercromhie {■/.) Philos. of the moral feelings. 5434.01 

Adain.1 (J.) Elements of moral philos., 1837. 5433.11 

Contents : Preliminary principles and discussions (p. 1- 

65). Our relation to God ; reverence, worship, observance 

of Sunday (p. 66-99). Duties of citizenship and patri'-tisin 

(p. 100-137). The domestic relations (p. 138-175). Of legal 

relations Oaths. Duty of mutual assistance (p. 176-270). 

Duties of men to themselves (p. 271-308). Professions and 

employments as respects morality p. 309-370). Of certain 

christian virtues and their opposites (p. 371-453). M -ans 

available for improving the moral condition of mankind 

(p. 453-492). 

Aliberl (J. L.) Physiologic des passions, ou dcs sei;- 
timents moraux. 2. v. 1825 5433.12 

Aristotle. Ethioa. [Greek text], with essays and 
notes, by Sir A. Grant. 3 v. 1857-59. . 5433.28 

— The Great, and Eudemian, ethics. From the Greek, 

by T. Taylor. 1811 5018.07 

— Nicomacheau ethics. From the Greek, liy T. Tay- 

lor. 1811. . • 5018.06 

Same. Tr. with notes, etc. by K. W. Browne. 

Bohn, 1853 '. . . . 5134.03 

J\'ote. — For essays on the Ethics of Aristotle seen nder his 
name (p. 36 of Catalogue); also West, rev., v. 87, 1867. 
Bailey (.?.) Essays ou opinions and truth, p. 200-235, 1854. 2513 02 
nain (.4 .) See subdivision ' Systematic Works ' (p. 853). 
Beattie {J. ) Elements of moi-al science. 3d ed. 2t. 5434.08 
Contents : v. 1. Psychology — perceptive faculties (p. 2- 
143)— active powers (p. 114- 276:. Natural theology (p. 277- 
326). Moral philosophy— of vu-tiie and of particular vir- 
tues (p. 327-416), V. 2. Economics : marriage, service, 
slavery (p. 1-75). Pulitics and government (p. 76-242). 
Logic and rhetoric (p. 243-408). 
Same. 3 v. [iji /li.s- Works, v. 7-9.] .5015.15 



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PHILOSOPHY; Moral PhUosophy, 



Bascom{J.) Ethics. 1879 5433.00 

Ben/kam(J.) Table of Rpriij^s of action. [/« 7iis WorliH, v. 1.] 5016.01 

— Prim-iplos of morale anil lef^iHlation. [/ftAis Works,v.l.]501f;.(U 

— IlatiouaJo of reward. (//< Ai-s Works, v. 6 (7).] . . . 5016.UG 
Jiirks ( v. U.) FirMt])riii(!iiili!s of moral Hcience. 5133.17 
Blackitwrp {Sir R.) Esaay on lalao virtue. [In his Eseaya. v. 1, 

nili ; p. 2;W.2'.i:i.J •2.'>13.'25 

Blackie {J. S.) Four phaKcs ofmomls : Socrates, Aris- 

totk', Christianity, utilitarianism. 1871. 5433.H 

Bltikei/ {!{.) Essay showing the intimate connuctioii 

between our notions of good and evil and oon- 

<:eptions of the freedom of the will. 1831. 5434.12 

Boliinibroke {IJ. <S'(. John, lnrd\. lieflections concern- 
ing innate moral principles. 1757. . . 3.5'22.18 

BosanquH {S. R.) New system of logic, adapted to 
moral philosophy. 2d ed. 1870. . . 5434.22 
Contents : Analysis of reasoning (p. l-16fi). Exercise of 
apprehension (p. 167-246). Exercise of judgment (p. 247- 
293). The prejudii-es (p. 294-362). The Aristotelian and 
Baconian logic (p. 363-461). Logic of life, of morals, of re- 
ligion. 

Bowen (F.) Apidication of ethical science to the evi- 
dences of religion. 1849 5421.08 

Boyd {J. H.) Moral philosophy. 5th ed. 1859. 5433.18 
Contents : Of the being and moral government of God. 
Active and moral powers of man. Of moral obligation. 
The rights of man. Of natural and revealed morality. Of 
various branches of duty. Ofhappiuess. Of duties toothers. 
Expositions of the Ten commandments. 

Bozzelh ( — ). Essais sur les ra])ports primitifs cjiii 
lieut ensemble la philosophic et la morale. 5433. K! 

Bray ( (/. ) The education of the feelings : a moral 
system. Abridged for secular schools. 4th ed. 
1872 5133.19 

— Philosophy of necessity. 2 v. 1841. . .5411.20 

Contents: v. 1. Mind and morals, v. 2. Social science. 
Brown (J.. D. D.) Essays on [Shaftesbury's] charac- 

teristiics. 1704 5433.22 

Cont'-nis : 1. On ridicule considered as a test of truth. 

2. On the motives to virtue, and the necessity of religious 

principle. 3. On revealed religion and Christianity. 

Browne {Sir T.) Christian morals. [In liis Works, v. 2.] 5022.15 

Brown {Dr. Tliomus.) Lectures on ethics. With preface 

by T. Chalmers. 1846 5433.23 

Contents : Nature, and various English systems of ethics 
(p. 1-176). Duties to society (p. 177 339). Of the deity, the 
immortality of tlie soul, etc. (p. 359-486). Of our duty to 
ourselves (p. 487-524). 
Buckle {II. T.) See under his name in general alphabet (p. 239). 

Caldertoood (H.) Hand-book of moral philosophy. 

1872 5433.25 

Contents : Introd. {p. 1-15). Psychology of ethics : the 
moral nature as cognitive ; 1, lutuitiouid tlieory (p. 17- 
97; ; 2. Development theoi-y (p. 98-152). Impulses to. and 
restraints upon, action (p. 153-164). The will (p. 165-194). 
Moral sentiments (p. 203-208). Disorder of our moral na- 
ture p. 209218). Metaphysic of ethics : God and various 
theories of the imiverse. Applied ethics : character, the 
virtues, social life, government, religion. 

Chdliners ( T. ) Sketches of moral and mental philoso- 
phy. 1857 3532.2:) 

Note. — Treats mainly of the emotions and the will, with 
chapters ou perfect and imperfect obligation, etc. 

Charron {P.) Of wisdom. Made English by G. Stan- 
hope. 2v. 1707 5434.17 

Cicero ( .)/. T. ) Academic questions, De finibus, and 
Tusculan disputations. 'I'r. by C. D. Yonge. 
18")3 .' . . . 5435.02 

— De officiis ; or essay on moral duty. Tr. by W. M. 

M'Cartney. 1798 ! . . . 5435.01 

Same. tr. bv C. K. Edmonds. 1856. . 5435.01 

Same. Tr. by T. Cocliman, N. Y., 1863. [In v. 3 of his Ora- 
tions, ofl&ces, etc.] ' . 6321.04 

Clifford { W. K.) Ethics of belief. [In Contem. rev., Jan., 1877. 

— and Harrison {F.) On the scientific basisof morals : adiscus- 

sion. [In Contem. rev., Sept., 1875.] 
Cohbe (F. P.) Essay on intuitive morals, [anon.'] 

Part 1. Theory. 1859 5435.05 

iV'j^f;.— Founded upon ' the truth that the end of creation 
is not the happiness, but the virtue, of rational souls.' 
Coijan(T.) Ethical questions. 1817. . . .5435.03 
Combe {G.) Constitution of man, considered in refer- 
ence to external objects. N. Y., 1835. 8°. 6412.06 

— Lectures on moral philosophy. 1836. . . 5433.24 
" Moral . lihilosophy. 18;J9 5434.29 

Cousin { V.) See under his name (p. 395 of Catalogue). 

Cuiiwortli. {li.) Treatise concerning eternal and im- 
mutable morality. 1838 3537.10 

Same. [In his Intellectual system, cfc. v. 2. Andover, 

1837. 8°.] 3537.08 



Oidverwet (N.) On the light of nature. Ed. by J. 

Brown. With critical essay by J. Cairns. 5434.21 

Dana {A. II.) Ethical and physiological inquiries. 

1862 2.521.2.'-, 

Day (IL N.) Science of ethics. 1876. . . 5433.07 
Contents : Theoretical morality (p. 1-87). Practical njor 
ality— duties and rights : duties to self (p. 88-133) ; toper, 
sons (p. 131-162) ; in the family (p. 1C3-179) ; in the state 
(p. 182-281) : to God (282-320). 
Dean (A.) Philosophy of human life. 1839. 5434.3r; 
Contents : Propensities and sentiments ; power (p. 1-41). 
Will (p. 41-82). Accountability (p. 82-88). The physical 
sanction (p. 88-118). Organic laws (p. 118.139). The polit- 
ical, popular, moial, and religir)U8 sanctions (p. 139-300;. 
Detoar {I).) Elements of moral philosophy and ol 

christian ethics. 2 v. 1826 3514.07 

V. 1. Introd. (p. 1-64). Being and attributes of God (p. 
65-340:. Active and moral powers of man (p. 341-502). 

2. Grounds and principles of moral ttbligatiou 11-96). 
Duties we owe to God (97-298). Duties men owe to one an- 
other (299-462). Duties to ourselves (p. 463-538). Marriage 
and its obligations (p. 539-568). .Society and government 
(p. 069-593). 

De Welle ( W. M. L. ) Human life ; or practical ethics. 

Tr. by S. Csgood. 2 y. 18.50 5435.08 

ContJints : v. 1. Preliminary view of moral science. 
Clearness of mind. Vital strength of will. Piety. Jus- 
tice. V. 2. Honesty and equity. Veracity. Fidelity and 
recompense. Benevolence. Friendship and love. Mar- 
riage. Domestic lifo. Sociality and public spirit. Honor. 
Suicide. Personal perfection. Professional life. 

Dewey (0.) The problem of human destiny. 3541.05 

Duncan, {J.) Philosophy of human nature, with an 
essay on the origin of evil. 1815. . . 5434.35 
Contents: Inlrod.: The mind ; and mind and body (i). 9- 
87). Sell-love (p. 88.169). The senses (p. 170-199). The 
passions (p. 200-2:16). Of pleasure and pain. Happiness. 
SensibiUty. Bravery. Originality. Of hope. Sublimity 
(p. 237-345). Origin of evil. 

Dymond (./. ) Essays on the principles of morality, 
and on the private and political rights and obli- 
gations. 1815 513.5.10 

Conteuls : Principles of morality : the will of God (p. 15- 
102). Private rights and obligations— property, law, i»rom- 
ises — lies, oaths, public opinion, educalion. amitsements. 
duelling, suicide, self-defense (p. 103-293). Political rights 
and obligations — government, justice, punishment, re- 
ligious establishments, patriotism, slavery, war (p. 294- 
669). 

Eberly{F.) Good and evil : an essay. [Macmillau's mag., Sept., 
Oct.. 1861.) 

Edwards {J.) Dissertation on the nature of virtue. [In his Works. 
v. 2, 1852.) 3546.02 

Ei>ictetus. Works. Tr. by Mrs. Carter. 2 v. in 1. 
1807 5434.15 

— Morals, with Simplicius his comment. Tr. by G. 

Stanhope. 1694 5433.08 

— Morals. Poetical paraphrase by E. Walker. 5434.23 
Estlin (J. P. ) Familiar lectures on moral philosophy. 

2v. 1818 5433.04 

Contents : v. 1. Introduction (p. 1-90). Personal moral- 
ity (p. 91-176). Social morality: the family, courtship and 
marriage, education, friendship, etc. (p. 177-320). v. 2. 
Government. On truth and falsehood. On divine moral- 
ity and duties to him (p. 71-401). 
Ferguson (A.) Institutes of moral philosophy. 3ded. 

1785 5434.39 

Contents: Introd. (p. I.IG). Nat. hist, of man— Species 
and individual (p. 17.78). Theory of mind (p. 79-116). Of 
God (p. 117-134). Of moral laws (p. 135-188). Of jurispru- 
dence (p. 189-256). Of politics (p. 257-317). 
Feuchlerslebtn (E. von). Dietetics of the soul. 5435.20 
Fickle (J. G.) The science of rights. Tr. by A. E. 

Kroeger. 1809 5435.21 

Contents : The conception of rights and its application. 
State organization. The state constitution. Municipal 
law. Rights of family ; marriage and family. Interna- 
tional and cosmopolitan law. Nature of animals. 

Field (G.) Ethics, or the .analogy of the moral sc-i- 
ences. [In Pamplileteer, v.'23, 1824.] . 50.58.23 

Flemiiiij {^W.) Manual of iiKirul philos. 1807. 5435.22 
Contents: Of human actions and tlieir springs (p. 1-18). 
Instincts, desires, emotions, etc. (p. 19-45). Of association, 
habit, etc. (p. 46-66). Of })rudence, duty, conscience, vir- 
tue (p. 67-165). Of the will and moral agency (p. 166-228). 
Individual ethics — sclf-conservatiou. sell-culture, self- 
control (p. 233-262). Social ethics (263-321). Benevolence, 
justice, economics (husband and wife, parents and chil- 
dren, master and servant). Theistic ethics or natural the- 
ology (p. 322-414). 



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861 



Forsyik (It) Prinoijiles of moral sciiMii-o. v. 1. [No 

more pub.] 1805 r)l:M.4() 

Contents: Ultimato object of Liimaii pursuit (p. l-liT). 
Moral perfcctioH and niciral duliftn (p. 3S-54). Tlio liuinau 
viudcratauiliiij; and its Hulioi-dinatc faoultica (p. r>5-!)l). Ini- 
aginatiou (p.yMOU. ol lau};ii;i-o (p. ll)i-127). Of taato(p. 
127-10'2). Causes of error in scieuoi) and relative import- 
ance of scleueea (p. 1C3-1'J2). Of iiitelleetual fatiyuo and 
amusement (p. 193-201). Of the api>etites, passious and af- 
fections (p. 202-331). Speculative and aolivo life compared 
(p. 332-34.5). Of religion (p. 3iG-620l. 

Franklin (B.) Essays on religious and moral subjects. \!n his 
Works. Sparks' ed., v. 2.] 6030.05 

(}elU {(I. V.) Ciree. [Moral dialogues.] From the 
Italian. 1745 G4;34.:i8 

UilHl (E. 11.) The moral system, with ati hist, and 
crit. introd. having special reference to Butler's 
'Analogy.' 1874 3551.'.i7 

Oros (J. D.) Natural principles of rectitude : moral 

l)hilosophy. 1795 5434.41 

Contents: Introd. (p. 1-11). Law of niiture (p. 11-108). 
Practical ethics (p. 100-252). Natural jurisprudence (p.253- 
276). Economics ; personal, and social (2H3-3f(J). Politics 
and government {p. 347-401). Law of nations (p. 402-450). 

Orote (J.) Treatise on the moral ideak. Ed. by J. B. 

Mayor. 187C 5434.44 

Contents: Of virtue and happiness. Moral philosophy as 
ideal. On want. Of the moral ideals. lutellcctuul and 
moral ideals. Duty. Benevolence. Genesis of virtue. 
Conscience and honour. Distribution of action considered 
from the ideal point of view. Of actions and existing law. 
Anatomy of wrong-doing. Malevolence. On justice and 
truthfulness. Pleasure and pain. Happiness aud uuhap- 
piuess. Of moral elevation. Actual and ideal human na- 
ture. Goodness of custom. Of character, will, and edu- 
cation. Discussion, controversy, war. Importance of 
right belief. 

Grove (H.) Svstem of moral jjhilosophy. I'ub. Ijv T. 

Amory. "2 v. 1749 513'3.0J 

Contents : v. 1. Of the importance and certainty of mor- 
ality (p. 1-51). Of happiness in reference to ethics (p. 51- 
126). Oftlie objects of virtue (p. 131-15C) : thu will (p. 157- 
219), Human actions and passions (p. 220-420). v. 2. Of 
the rules and measures of virtue ; conscience, the law of 
uatnre, etc. (p. 1-194), Of virtue itself, and practical ethics 
(p. 195-616). 

Hamillon (D. II.) Autology : an inductive Hystt!m of 
mental science ; whose centre is the will, aud 
whose comijletion is the i^ersonality. 1873. 54'2:!.()2 

Haweis (JI- li-) Music and morals. 1872. . 1.5(;2.24 

He(/el {G. W. F.) Science of rights, morals, and religion. Tr. by 
W. T. Harris. [In Jour, of spec, philos., v. 4, 1870 ; 2 ar- 
ticles.] 6442 04 

See also Oxford essays, 1855 ; p. 21.{-251 (Hegel's Philo- 
sophy of right, by T. C. Saudars) ; and Rosenkranz on He- 
gel (5413.141. 

Hickok{L.P.) System of moral science. 1853. . 5135.14 
Contents: Ultimate right (p. 17-59). Personal duties (p. 
70-105). Duties to others {p. 106-140). Duties to nature 
and God (p. 141-154). Civil government (p. 160-304). Di- 
vine government (p. 305-368). Family government (p. 309- 
431) ; the f.imily, marriage, parents aud children, brethren, 
servants and slaves. 

Ilinton {J.) On the bases of morals. [In Contem. rev., Apr., 1870.] 
See al^o under ' Systematic works^ (p. 854). 

Hodgson (S. II.) Theory of practice : an ethical en- 
quiry. 2 V. 1870 . 5423.04 

Contents: v. 1. Feeling, action, ami character. 2. Logic 
of practice, of ethic, of politic, of the practical sciences. 

Holmes ( 0. W. ) Mechanism in thought and morals. 
1871 5413.23 

Hopkins (M.) Law of love and love as a law ; or moral 

science. 1869 5436.00 

iVote.— Reviewed in N. A. rev., v. 96, 1863. 

— Lectures on moral science. 1862. . . . 5436.03 

— The moral problem. [In Internat. rev., v. 5, 1878 (2 arts.) 
Hume {D.) Essays, moral, etc. [7n /(i5 Phil, works, v. 2,1 5414.01 

— Inquiry conceruiug the principles of morals. [In liis Philo- 

sophical works, v. 4.] 5414,06 

— Treatise of human nature. Book iii. Of luorals. [In his 

Philos. works, v. 2.) 5414.01 

Hatchesoii (F.) Inquiry into the original of our ideas 
of beauty and virtue. 1753 5434.43 

— Short introd. to moral philosophy. 1753. 5434. '24 
Jevons ( ]V.,jr.) Systematic morality. 2 v. 1827. 5434.45 

Contents: v. 1. Theoretic morality ; origin of moral senti- 
ments and of human affections (p. 8-188). Pi-actical mor- 
ality ; duties of action, of restraint, desire and pursuit of 
pleasure, of wealth, of reptitatiou (p. 189-377). v. 2. Du- 
ties relating to love of power aud opinion (p. 1-49). The 
aflfectious (p. 60-74). The passions (p. 75.140). Of religion 
(p. 147-2691. Self discipline, worship, etc. (p. 27'2-370). 



Jouffrotj (T. S.) Introd. to ethics. 'J'r. by W. H. 

Channing. 2 v. 1841 54.i5.15 

Contents : v. 1. Object, division, and facts of man's moral 
nature {p. 3-82). System of necessity (p. 83-114). Mysti- 
cism (p. 115-144). Pantheism— Spinoza (i>. 14.5-1991. Scep- 
ticism (p. 2011-220). Ucfutation of Bce|itaiB]u (p. 221-'i4';). 
Scepticism of the present ago {p. 248-278j. The selJish flys- 
tem — llobbes (p. 279-324). v. 2. Selfish system — lien tham 
(p. 3-97). Sentimental system— Smith (p. 98-176). Senti- 
mental system — moral Kcnso (p. 177-236). Rational sys- 
tem — Price (p. 237-333). Itational system — Wollaston, 
Clarke and Montesiiuicni. Malihranche, Wr)ll'. 

— Philos. essays. Tr. by (1. llipley. 1839. . .5414.07 

A'"'^^''.— For contents see under his n.imo {\^. 057 of Cat.) 

Kind (/. ) MetaphYsi(! of ethics. Tr. by J. W. Sam- 
ple. With introd. by H.Cahlerwood. 1809. .5433.0] 
Contents: (iinundw<u'k (p. 1-74). Analytic of principles— 
the will (p. 75-122). On freedom and necessity (p. 123-142). 
Of rights and duties (p. 145-302). 

La lidcli.efoucimld {F. (?•;). Moral reflections and max- 
ims. 1851 6214.08 

Laurie {S. S.) Notes expository and critical on ci-r- 
tain British theories of morals. 1.S68. . 5135.25 
Contents: Hobbes, Shafteshuiy. Ilutclieson, Up. Butler, 
Hume. Beuthaui. John Stuart INIill, Lain. 

Lfiiv (\i'.) Kemarks on the fable of the Vices. With 
introd. by F. D. Maurice. 1811. . . 5440.02 

Z,oi!t(( ( ir. ) Social and ))olitical morality. 1853. 5446.03 
Contents: Individual duties (p. 15-82). Domestic duties 
(p. 83-109,1. Duties as members of society (p. 110-142). Du- 
ties as citizens {p. 143-194). 

LnwM {Mrs. A. C.) Seed-grain for thought and dis- 
cussion. 2 v. 1856 2534.10 

Lijiill (\Vm.) Intellect, the emotions, and the moral 
nature. l.s,55 5424.11 

M'C'ijsh (J.) Method of divine government, physical 

and moral. 1855 3o72.31 

jVfjit'. — Pp. 273-445 treat of the mtu'al nature. 

Mackintosh [Wm.) Ethical versus religious teaching. [/« Con- 
temp, rev., Jan., 1874.] 

J\Iiic3IahuH ( T. tf B.) Essay on the depravity and cor- 
rujjtion of human nature. 1771. . . . 5435.33 

Mandeville ( B. ) Fable of the bees, or jirivate vices 
public benefits. 1806 5435,18 

Manzo)d (A.) Osservazioni snil i morale cattolica. 
[7u /lis Prose varie, 186'J.] 7317.111 

Mnurice (F. D.) Social morality. 1869. . .5116.01 
Contents: What it is (p. 1-'24|. Domestic morality (p. 21- 
100|. Family woiship (p. 101-1'20). National morality : 
country, law, language, government, war. national worshii> 
(p. 121-24.5). Universal morality : the universal enipire, 
the universal family, modern conception of humanity 
(p. 225-462). Universal worship (403-483J. 

Maizini{J.) Tlie duties of njan. [/« /us Works, v. 1.] 5053 11 

Mitt (J. S.) Logic of the moral sciences, [/h /ti.-; Dissertations, 
v. 5, 1875] ;_Utilitarianism [v. 3.) ;— Whewell on moral 
philosophy [v. 3]. 

^'ote. — .S'ce article iu Dublin rev., Jan., 1872, controvert- 
ing Mill's views of the foundation of morality. 

Mivarl (St. Grorije). The meaning of life. [In Nmeteenth cen- 
tury, March, 1879.) 

Moore (d.) Man and his motives. 1856. . . 5438.11 

More [11) Christian morals. [In tier Works, v. 3, 1813.] . 6057.03 

— Importance t)f the manners of the great to general society. 

[/n/ier Works, v. 5. 1847.] 6057.05 

Morley (J.) On the development of morals, [fn Itis Crit. Miscel- 
lanies, 1871, p. 361-365.) 2537.03 

Mudie (li.) Man as a moral and accountable being. 
1858 5438.09 

— Man, in his relations to society. 1858. . 5438.08 
rtdey ( W. ) Moral and iiolitical jihilosophy. New 

York, 1S17 5613.12 

Same. 1819 5436.05 

Contents: The moral sense. Moral obligation (p. 11-50). 
Determiuate duties — pioperty. service, contracts, etc. 
(p. 51-95). Indeterminate duties and crimes opposite 
{p, 90-116). Domestic duties and crimes opposed to these 
(p. 117-149). Duties to ourselves, aud crimes opposite (p. 
149-158). Duties towards God ip. 169-189). Political 
knowledge (190-310). 

W'aiiuwriijld (L.) Vindication ofPaley's theor, 

of morals. 1830 543i-..ll. 

Peabodi/ (A. P.) Manual of moral philosophy. 5435 3! 
Conteyits: Springs and principles of action. Oonscienct. 
experience, law, Christianity. Rights ami obligations, 
Motive, passion, and habit. \'irtue and the virtues. Pru 
dence. Justice. Fortitude. Order. Casuistry. Ancient 
aud modern hist, of moral philosophy. 

Ptfdo. See under his name, in i/meral alphabet. 

Plularch. Morals. From the Greek. Corrected by 
W. W. Goodwin. With introd. by R. W. Emer- 
son. 5 v. 1870 5135.26 

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Py^cost'Paradol {L. A.) Etudes sur les moralistes 
fraii(;ai8. 2e ed. 18G5 54:15.31 

Price {E.) Ileview of the lirincipal questions in mo- 
rals, pjirticnlarly those respecting the orij^'in ofour 
ideas (if virtue, its nature, rehitiou to the Ueity, 
obligation, subject-matter, and sanctions. 3d ed. 

1787 513G.23 

Note. — Preseuts tho iuteUectiial or rational theory of 
absolute juoral obli^atiou as opposed to tho seutimeutal 
aud sfltisli Bysf.enifi. 

I ie.id {Thomas). Sedlv. * Sysiematic works ^ (p, 8^6). 

Jinian {E.) Essais dc morale, e/c. 1860. . . 2o-41.28 

Ilichards {Mrs.C.ILB.) Springs of action. 1863. 5512.11 

Bowland (/). ) Laws of nature, the foundation of mo- 
rals. 18G3 5435.^8 

JYote.. — *The iuquiry is by the method of iuductivo rea- 
souiug.' 

Schopenhauer (A.) Die beiden (Irundprobleme der 
Ethilc. 1811 543G.22 

Seneca ( L. A. ) Morals : by way of abstract. With 
[his Epistles]. By Roger TEstrange. 1718. 5430.21 

Shafteshurp {A. A. Cooper, 'dd earl of). Characteristielcs. 

3v. 1732 2542. J 7 

V. 1. CoucerniiiK euthusiasin. 2. Inquiry concerniug 
virtue and merit. The luoralists, aiihilosophical rhapsody. 
3. Miscel. reflect ious. 

Shairj} (J. C.) The moral motive power. [In his Studies, etc. 
1872 ; p. 315-399.] 2542.20 

Sldffwiclc {IL) The methods of ethics. 1874. 543G.25 
Contents : 1, lutiod. Morality and law. Moial reaeoii. 
Pleasure and desire. Freewill. Methods of ethics. Ego- 
ism aud self-love. lutuitionism. Good. 2. Egoism (p. 107- 
174) ; Prinriple and method. Empirical hedouism. He- 
donism and common sense. Happiness and <hUy. Other 
forms. 3, Intuilionism (p. 17T-378) : lutrud. Virtue and 
duty. Intellectual virtues. Benevoleuce. Justice, Law 
aud contract. Trutii. Other social virtues. Morality of 
common sense. Motives. The summum bonum. 4, Utili- 
tariaiiism (p. 381-47^). 
Not€.~Rcv. in Fraser's mag., Mch., 1875 (by L. Stephen). 

Same. Supplement, containing all the iiiipor- 

tant additions and alterations in the 2d ed. 1877. 

Simcox {K.) Natural law : an essay in ethics. 5133.41 

Smith (Adam). Theory of moral sentiments. 2 v. 

1808 5436.09 

Coiittnits : V. 1. Of the sense of propriety aud passioua con- 
sistent with it {p. l-i:J7). Of merit aud demerit (p. 149-181). 
Of justice aud beneficence (p. 182-21G). Of the influence 
of fortune upon the seiit;meiits of mankiud {p. 217-259). 
Of judgmeuts concerning our owu sentiments and con- 
duct, and of tho sense oi duty. Of the effect of utility 
upon the sentiment of approbation. 2. Of the influence 
of custom and fashion on the sentiment of moral appro- 
bation (p. 1-45). or virtue, prudence, benevolence, and 
self comuiand (p. 4G-184). Of different theories of morals 
(p. 185-382). 

5mi(/i(%(Z)ie2/i. Sketches of moral philos. 1856. 5436.08 
Contents : Introductory. History of moral philos. (p. 2G- 
59). Of external perception, conception, memory, imagi- 
nation, reason and judgment, conduct of the understand- 
ing (p. GO-111). On wit and humor (p. 112-146). On taste, 
the beautiful, the sublime (p. 117-223). Faculties of ani- 
mals {p. 224-255). Active powers, affections, passions, etc. 
(p. 273-3G1). On habit (p. 362-391). 

Spencer (U.) Social statics : or the conditions essential 
to human happiness specified, and the first of 

them developed. 1851 5814.01 

i\'o/''.— The ' first principle ' is that * every man has free- 
dom to do all that he wills, provided he infringes not the 
equal freedom of any other man.' 

— The data of ethics. 1879 5416.27 

— Morals aud moral sentiments. [In Fortu. rev., v. 15, 1871.] 

See in r<piy article by R. H. Huttou, in Contemp. rev. 

V. 17, 1871. 
Spinoza {B. de). Ethics ; translated. [In Willis (R.) Life etc. 

1870] r,426 04 

Stephen [L.) Moral philosophv. [hi Ins Hist, of Enghsli thought 

V. 2, 187G ; p. 1-129.] 5120.27 

Sleio'trt {Du(jald). Sen ' St/ ste malic toorks' (p. 85(;). 

— Outlines of moral pliilosophy. [I're/txed to v. 2, G, and 8 of 

hi^ "Works. 1854.j 5417.02 

Steioart {John, called ' Walking '). Travels over the 

most interesting parts of the globe, to discover 

the source of moral motion. 2 v. [171)0.] 5430.19 
Toussaint {F. V.) Manners. 2d ed. [anon.] 11^1. 5135. 3G 
Verplaick [G. C.) Influeuco of moral causes. [In his Discourses. 

etc. 1840.] 3913.17 

Wake {€. S.) Evolution of morality : history of the 

development of moral culture. 2 v. 187S. 5l3t).27 
Contents ; v. 1, lutrod ; Modern theories of morals (p. 

l-fi2). The sense of right (p. 63-307). Genesis of tho moral 

idea (p. 308-410). The altruistic sentiment (p. 411-480). 2. 

Special developments of altruism. Peruvians, Chinese and 



Japanese {p. 1-58). Positive pliaBCS of morals— the He- 
brews, tho Romans, the Greeks, the Kgyptiaus (p. 58-13H), 
Doctrine of emanations [p. 139-193). Hinduism (p. 194-251). 
Buddhism (p. 252-300). Mithraism (p. 301-347). Positiv- 
ism (p. 397-425). lleligiou and morality (p. 426-442). , 

Whewdl ( IK ) Elements of morality and polity. 2 v. 
185J 5436.14 

Contents : v. 1. The reason. Springs of hunian action. 
Moral rules. Right. Rights in general. Rights of per- 
son, of property, of contract, of marriage, of government. 
Of various virtues and duties. Conscience. Cases of con- 
Bcieuce respecting truth. Cases of necessity. Of ignor- 
ance and cri'or. The state. Justice. Equity. Humanity. 
Slavery. Pleasure, interest, happiness, utility, expediency. 
Moral education. 2. Religion — divine lawR, sanctions, 
and ordinances (p. 25-L81). Polity — rights aud duties of 
the state, the social contract, justice aud truth, humanity 
purity, order, education, church and state (p. 181.382). 
International law. war, etc. (p. 383-424). 

JViitf. — Reviewed by J. Martincau, in his Essays, v. 2, 

18GH; 1). 1-94 [2535.18]; and by J. S. Mill, in /as Disserta- 

tions, 2, 1859 ; p. 450-510 [2535.24]. 

Wilher.'ipoon {J.) Lectures on moral philos.l810.543G.16 

Wollaston {Wm.) lleligion of nature delineated. 6th 

ed. 1738 3628.05 

Contt'iits : Of moral good and evil (p. 5-31). Of happiness 
(p. 31 40j. Of reason aud the Avays of discovering truth 
(p. 41-04). Truths relating to the Deity (p. 05-126). UVutha 
respecting mankind, governments, the family, i)ersonB 
(p. 127-219.) 

See also Brit. qu. rev., July, 1878 (Ethics of evolution ; 
nature of evil and the genesis of conscience) ; Contemj). 
rev., v. 11, 1869 (Jloral philos. aud Christianity, by C. A. 
Row) ; v. 12, 1869 (Moral criteria and moral codes, by Henry 
Holbeach); v. 14, 1870 (Tlio science of morals, by H. Calder- 
wood) ; v. 17, 1871 (Nature aud origin of moral ideas, by 
Henry Holbeach) ; v. 19, 1872 (Moral pliilosophy and sav- 
age life, by prof. Calderwood) ; v. 20, 1872, or Littell, 1872, 
v. 3 (The radical question in ethics); Ed. rev., Oct., 1876 
{Morality without metaphysic) ; Fortn. rev., v. 9, 1868 (A 
fragment of the genesis ot morals, by John Morley) ; v. 12, 
1869 (The christian theory of duty in its relation to uni- 
versal morality, by J. L. Davies) ; Dec, 1875 (Right and 
wrung, by W. K. Clifford) ; Frast-r's mag., v. 6G, 1862 (What 
is truth) ; Method, qu, rev,, Oct., 1853 (Ground of moral 
obligation, by I. Chamberlayne) ; New Englauder. v. 24, 
1865 (Foundation of moral obligation, by J. H. Jones) ; 
N. A. rev., v. 103, 180G (Moral criteria and the moral senti- 
meuts, by G. W. Shaw) ; North Brit, rev., v. 47, 1867 (Moral 
theories and christian ethics : Jouflfroy, Bain, Mill, C^bbe, 
Ferrier) ; v. 47, 1867 (Natural history of morals : review of 
Buckle and others) ; Westm. rev., v. 92, 1869 (Natural his- 
tory of morals : review of Lecky and others) ; Nineteenth 
century, Sept., 1878 (lithical philos. and evolution, by W. 
Knight) ; Unitarian rev., Oct., 1878 (The new etbics, by C. 
C. Everett). 

^u=- .S". >■ (i/,'o Amusements [Morality of, p. 23} ; — Aphor- 
isms (p. 50) : — Biblical aud religious literature (Conscience 
and casuistry, p. ti2 ; — Gousniatioi,, p. 82 ; — Christian rthics, 
p, m ;—Ch7-istian life, p. Si) ;— Evil, p. 87 ;— Retribution, 
p. 101 ; — Sill, p. 104 ; — Ten commandments, p. 105) ; — Busi- 
ness {Morals of, p. 24.5); — Courage (p. 391) ; — Culture 
(p. 40U) :— Death {p. 409) :— Duelling (p. 428) ;— Education 
{Morality and clucation, \). 438) ; — Enthusiasm j'- 446) ; 
Etiquette aud manners (p, 449, ;— Evil (p. 452) ;— Expedi- 
ency (p. 452) ; — Family and home life (p. 45i) ;— Fiction 
(Morality of, p. 458) ; — Friendship (p. 561) ; — Gambling 
(p. 565) ; — Grovernment and politics {Political morality, 
p. 588 ; — Liberty, p. 586 ; — Partits, p. 587 ; — Patriotism, 
p. 58S : — Happiness (p. 005) ;— Honesty (p. 029) ;— Honor 
(p. 630) :— Law^ aud jurisprudence (p. 0S4) ; — Life (Conduct 
and phiiosnphy of, p. 700) : — Marriage (p. 739) ; — Oaths 
(p. 823);— Old age (p. 825);— Pleasure ;—Pohtical ecunomy ; 
Prostitution :— Scandal ;— Self-culture ; — Slander ; — Sla- 
very ; — Social science (Charitable agencies ; — Civilizatio)t / 
Crinits and jniyiishments); — Solitude ; — Temperance vs. in- 
temperance ; — War ; — ^Women. 

23. Ontology. 

Day {IL K) Outlines of ontological science : or a 
philos. of knowledge and of being. 1878. 5122.08 

llickok ( L. P. ) The logic of reason, univei-sal and 
eternal. 1875 5i28.31 

Pamsai/ {Sir G.) Ontology. . 1870. . . . 5125.17 

Co7itents : Wiiat things do permanently exist. How we 

come to Uuow thiu^^s permaneut. Of mind. Of a mind or 

minds superior to the nnnd of mau. A future state. Of 

materialism. Of iuiuiaterialism. 

ij!ij= See aiso works on the abstract principles of meta- 
physics (p. 852-856). 

24. Passions, Appetites, Affections. 

Burdon(W.) Tho feeliugs. [/jz /tts ilaterials for thinking, v. 1 



1810; p. 144-193.) 



. 2514.21 



Bui^gess { W.) Historical illustrations of the i^assions. 
[anon.] 2 v. L., 182". 5136.01 



THK BROOKLYN LI B KA U Y . 



PHILOSOPHY : Pessimism h Stoics. 



863 



CharUon (W.) Niitural List.of tho passions. 1701. 5434.30 
Coijiin (T.) Philosophical treatise on tho passions. 

IbOO 5435.04 

Vauan iK.) Es.sayon the passions. 1799. . 5434.31 

Ih'scartrs [R.) Traite des pa^eious. [/h ///5 (Euvres, 1844. 6412.14 

Fourier (C. I Passions of the human soul. '2 v. 5435.11 

Note. — Eeviowed iu Wiuslow'a Jour, of med. psy., v, 6, 

1853. 
Utdclieson iF.) Essay on the nature and eonchiot of 

tho passions and aft'ections. With illus. on the 

moral sense. 1728 5131.42 

See also Wiuslow'a Joiirual of lui^d. psy., v. 3, 1850. 

25. Pessimism and Optimism. 

Oiro (R) Le pessimisme au 19e siecle : Leopardi, 
Schopenhanor, Hartmann. P., 1878. 8°. 5434. .50 
IFartnuinn [E) Philosophic des Unbewussten. 5434.51 
MallockOV. JI.) Is life worth living. 1879.5434.48 
Schopenhauer (A.) Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung. 

4 aufl. 1873 5434..52 

tiulli/ iJ. ) Pessimism: a history and a criticism. 

' 1877. . 5134.53 

Note. — Reviewed by A. Baiu, iu Mind, Oct., 1877. 
See also Cornbill iiiag., Apl . 1876 (Tlie pessimistic view 
of life) ; Fortn. rev.. Nov., 1874 ; Contem. rev., v. 18, 1871 
(Optimism and pessimism, or tlie problem of evil, by prof. 
Frobscba) : Ed. rev., Apl., 1879 (Pes.simism) : UuitariaQ 
rev,. Dec. 1878 ; Weatm, rev., Jan,, 1876 ; Pop, sci. rao„ 
Oct,, 1877 (P. and its antidote, by C. Nesbitl ; N, A. rov., 
Nov. -Dec, 1878 (P. iu tbe 19tb cent,, by S. Osgood), 
<l£g- See also Optimism (p. 827). 

26. Phrenology. 

1, Periodicals. 
Phrenological journal and mag. of moral science, v. 1- 

20. Edinb., 1823-47. 8°. ...... 5432.12 

P/in-noio(;ica( journal and life illustrated, v. 49. N.Y., 

1869. 4° ; V. 50-08. N. Y., 1870-78. 8°. . 8159.01 

2. Treatises. 

Appleton [T. G.) Plea for pbrenol. [/n ^lis Windfalls. 1877.] 2512.33 

Jiain {A.) On the study of character; including au 
estimate of phrenology. 18G1. . . . 5434.05 

Co«/-d»iw(u (A.) Defence of P. 1850. . . .5431.01 

Browne (./. P.) P. and its application to education, 
insanity, ami prison discipline. 1869. . 5431.09 

Brutyeres (H.) La phrenologie, le geste, et la physi- 
onomie. Teste et dessins. 1847. . . 5431.11 

Challenije to phrenologists ; or phrenology tested by rea- 
son and facts. London, 1839. 16°. . . 5131.12 

Chenevix [R.) Pbrenolog,v article of the For qu. rev. ^Vifb 
notes by J. G. Spurzbeim. [With Spurzheim (J. G.) Ex- 
aminations, e^c, 1833.] , . . . 5431.14 

Combe (Q.) Lectures on phrenology. 1853. . 5431.05 

— P. applied to painting and sculpture. 1855. 1415.18 
■_ System of phrenology. 1839 5431.04 

^Same. 2 v. 1836 5432.10 

— and Hamilton (Sir W.) Couti-oversy [respecting phrenology]. 

[In. Phrenol. journal, v. 4, 1827 ; p. 377-406.] . . . 6432.15 
Fowler ( 0. S. ) Memory, and intellectual improve- 
ment. 1846 5512.02 

— Religion and ])hrenolog}'. 1848 3553.05 

-- and {L. X) New illustrated self instructor in phre- 
nology and physiology. 1871 5431.13 

Ooyder i D. G. 1 My battle for life. The autobiogra- 
phy of a phrenologist. 1857 5431.19 

JlamiUon'iSir Wm.) Controversy [witb G. Combe as to tbe truth 
of phrenology). [In Phrenol. jour., v, 4, 1827 : p. 377 406] 

— Correj^jondencc witb Dr. Spurzheim. and with G. Combe 

upon tbe subject of ijhrenology. [In Phrenol. journal, v. 6, 
1829 ; p. 1-70 ] 6432.16 

— Ijectures on metaphysics, v. 1, 1859 ; p. 404-444. . . 5413.06 
Hecker (.J.) Scientific basis of education. 1868. 54:il.U6 
i?oio to read character. N. Y., 1871. 12°. . . 5432.09 
Lewes [G. H.) The phrenological hypothesis. [In his Hist, of 

pbilos., v. 2, 18li7 ; p. 394-435] 5415.05 

Mackenzie (Sir G. S.) Illustrations of P. 1820. 5131.10 

Scott ( W. ) Harmony of phrenology with scriiiture : 

a refutation of pbilos. errors in Combe's ' Consti- 

tution of man.' 1837 5431.07 

Self-help iu the attainment of perfection of character and 
success in life, with a jihrenological and physiolo- 
gical chart. [anoH.] N. Y., 1870. sni. 4°. 5"431.15 
Sew'illlT.) Examination of P. 1837.. . .5431.20 
Slade I. J.) Imaginary conversations between Dugald 
Stewart and a phrenologist. 1838. . . 5431.03 



Spurzheim (J. G.) Examination of objections made 
against the doctrines of Gall and Spurzheim. 
AVith notes. 1833 5431.14 

— Outlines of iihrenology. 1832 5431.18 

— • Philosophical catechism of the natural laws of 

man. 1833 .5431.08 

— Phrenology. 2 v. 1840. ...... 5131.02 

Wells (S. li.) Illustrated annuals of phrenology. 1865- 

72. 8 T. in 1 54.il. 16 

Note. — Of the above entries tboBO by Bain, CItenevix, 
Hamilton, and Lewes, reject the claims ol phrciicdogy ; as 
do also tho periodical articles, which follow. 

See also Blackwood, v. 82, 1857 (Phrenology in France) ; 
Frasor's mag., v. 61, 1860 (P. and psytdiology, by Alex. 
Bain): v. 62-63 (P., examined by A. Bain : 4 articles}: Gentl. 
mag., Jan., 1879 ; i>. 68-85 (Tlie old phrenology and the new, 
by A. Wilson) ; Nat. qu. rev., V. 7, 1863 (Charlatanism of 
P,) : N. Brit, rev., v. 17, 1852, or Eclectic mag., v. 27, 18.V2 
P.: its place and relation) ; Winslow's jour, of med. p^y-, 
V. 2, 1849 (Cranial deformity illuB.) ; Winslow's Med. critic, 
V. 3, 1863 (P. and ibaracter) ; Princeton rev., July, 1879 
(Tbe organ of tbe mind, by Ferrier). 

27. Pleasure and Pain. 

Hamilton (Sir W.) Lectures on metaphysics, v. 2, 
1859 ; p. 431-520 5413.07 

Sedgwick ill.) Pleasure and pain. [In Contemporary rev., v. 19, 
1872 ] 

•Sec also Qu. rev., v. 103, 1858, or Littcll, 1858, v. 2 (The 
sense of pain in man and animals). 

J^B' See also Fine AtIs i.Ii:.^llietics, p. 538); and examine 
contents of works eniimeratcd under * Systematic works,' 
(p, 862-7), ' Moral philosophy ' (p. 859), and • Utilitarian- 
ism' (p. 804). 

28. Positivism. 

Bomen (F.) Positivism. [In his Mod. pbilos., 1877.] . . 6413.03 

Cointe (A. ) Seeunder Id.i name (p. 278 of Catalogue), for 
his Works ; and for criticism thereon. 

Harrison (F.) See under his name (p. 607) of Catalogue. 

M't'o-th (J.) Christianity und I30sitivism. 1871. 3.572.18 
.See also Contem. rev.. Mar,, 1876 (Ueligion of positivism, 
by Mark Pattison) ; v. 8, 1368 (Relation of Christianity to 
poeitivism) ; M.ay. June. 1879 (Social philos.and religion of 
Comte, by K. Caird) ; Fortn. rev., v. 14. 1870 (The subjec- 
tive syutbesis, by F. Harrison) ; July, 1875 (Po.sitivists :ind 
workmen, by E. S. Beesly) ; Jour, of sac lit., April, 1867 : 
p. 174-183. (Positivism. — The pantheism of Auguste 
Comtei ; NewEnglander, Jan.. Apr., 1873 (Auguste Comte 
and positivism, by .S, Adams) ; Westm, rev., v, 84 1865 
(Later speculations of Comte, by J, S. Mill). 

29. Rationalism. 

jjfff" See Biblical and rclig. litei-Htnve {Rationalism, p. 99). 

30. Reflection. 

Ilodijson (S. H.) Philos. of reflection. 2 v. 1878. 5423.15 

31. Scepticism. 

Balfour (A. J.) Defence of jihilosopbic doubt : essay 
on foundations of belief. 1S79. . . .5411.26 
Gla7will(J.) Essays iu [jbilos. and religion.1676.3554.23 
Contents : Against confidence in i>hiIosophy. Of scepti- 
cism and certainty, etc., etc. 
Ma.ccoll(N.) The Greek sceptics. 1869. . . 542.5.03 
Zeller (E.) Stoics, Epicureans, and Sceptics. Tr. by 

O. J. Eeichel. 1870 5426.00 

See also histories of ancient philos. by Ritler (v. 4} and 
Ueberweg [consult index): and histories of modern philoso- 
phy by Cousin. J. D. Morell. and Ueberweg. 

.^ee als( tbe philosophical \vritings of Hume (p. 656 of 

Cat.), lives of him. and critical estimates of his metaphysics. 

XS^ See also Biblical and religious lit. (Rationalism, y. 99). 

Senses. See Mental Physiology (p. 859). 

32. Stoics. 

Farrnr iF. W.) Seekers after God. [Marcus Aure- 

lins, Seneca, Epictetus.] ISCfl. . . . 5435.19 

Grant(,Sir A.) Tlie ancient stoics, [/it Oxford essays, 1858 : p. 

80-124.] 253S.22 

Holland (F. M.) The reign of the stoics. 1879.5123.13 

Mackenzie (G .) Tbe reUgious stoic, [/n /lis Essays. 1713.] 5435.37 

Plutarch. That the stoics speak greater improbabilities than tbe 

poets, [/n *is Morals. V. 3 ; p. 194-196.] . . . . 5i:in.;8 

— Contradictious of the stoics. [In his Morals, v. 4 ; p. 428- 

477.] 5435.29 

— Of common conceptions ag.iinst the stoics. [7ii his JTorals 

v. 4 ; p. 372-426.] 5135.27 

Zeller (E.) The stoics, epicureans, ri(\ 1870. 5426. W» 
t[g- See also, in the general alphabet, the names of Au- 
relius (Marcus) ;— Epictetus ;— Seneca (C. A.) 



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PHILOSOPHY: Time and Space Utilitarianism Will. 



32. Time and Space. 

Akxawl'T (5.) liclatioiis oftiine aud spuce. [Sm. rep.,18Gl .]393C.in 
]loii<ls()n (S. II.) Timo aud space. 1HG5. . . 5123.01 
Produn. Solfct tli(!or<>ms on the perjjetuity of time. 

Tr. by T. Taylor. 1831 54'2(i.23 

See. ahn N. A. i-ev.. v. 9«. ISM (PUil<w. of space and time): 

Mind, V. 3, 1H78 {MuKcular conception nf space, by CI. S. 

Hall ; CousrioURueBH ol time, by U. J. Uomaiuetj), 

33. UtUitarianlsm. 

Jtenthnm (J.) See enlries iii Moral }jhiluH. (p. 800). 

lihifkie. i.J. H.) Four phases of iiioral.s. 1871. 5433.11 

Uli'cldi/ (//. ) Colloquy on tlie ntilitarian theory in 

Lccky's ' Hist, of European morals." 1H73. 5414.10 
fiinrne {It [*.) Moral iutiiittou u-s. utilitarianism. [/?t New Eng- 

lander. Ajiril, 1873.) 
VaUkrw'^ttd {11 .) Leeliy and tlie utilitarians, (/» Coutem. rev., 

V. 12, 1809.] 
DiLvies{J. L.) Weak point.**. ''(c. [//i /o'd- Theology and morality. 

1873.) 3541.1.1 

flreeii{T. II.) UfdoniBin and ultimate Kood. [/« Mind, Apl ,1877.] 
Qrole (J.) Examination of the utilitarian pliilosophy. 

Ed. by . I. B. Mayor. 1870 54'22.15 

A^ofe.— Reviewed 'in Contem. rev., v. 16, 1870, by J. L. 

Davies, and in Wcstni. rev., v. 95, 1S71. 
Lickn {W. K. II.) History of European morals, from 

Augustus to Charlemagne. 2 v. 18G1). 5414.17 
tegare {II. S.) Jeremy Bentbam aud tbe utilitarians. {In his 

Writings, v. 2 ; p. 449 481.) 5047.07 

Ledie {T. E. Vlijye}. Vtilitaiianism and tbe summiun bouum. 

[//[ Macni. mag.. June, 1863.] 
MniLtel {II L.) On utility as a ground of moral obligation. [In 

his Letters, etc. 1873.) 6424.23 

Muftineau [J.) DtilitariauiBm. [In Old and New, Jan., Feb., 

1873 ; 2 ayl.] 

Mill {J. S ) Dissertations, elc, v. 3, 1864 2.';35.22 

Same. [In Fraser's mag., v. 64, 1861.J 

A^oV. —Reviewed in Westm. rev., v. 80, 1803: and by J. 

Grote. above. 
Paley { iVni.) See entry in Moral philos. (p. 8fil). 
Sd'iwicklH.) The methods of ethics. 1874. 543G.25 

— iledouism and ultimate good. [In Mind, Jan., 1877.] 
Sieplten {L.) Hist, of Engl, tliongbt in tbe 18tb century, v. 2, 

1876 5426.27 

Tliornttm {W. T.) Auti-utiUtariauism. [In his Old fashioned 

ethics.] 5426.22 

Kepr. from Fortn. rev., v. 14, 1870. 
CtUiliiri'inhm explained and exemplified [anon. In 

answer to J. S. Mill.] 18G4 571.3.08 

."^'ee also Brit. qu. rev., July, 1809 (Latest phase of the 
utilitarian controversy) ; Fiaser's mag., v. 80. 1869 (Utili- 
tarianism) : Journal of spec, philos.. July, 1876 (Hedonism 
and utilitarianism, by J. Watson) ; Quar. rev., Apr., 1870 
(Utilitarianism and morality). 
&S"See also Government and politics {Utilitarianism, p. 589). 

34. 'Will (The) or VoUtiou ; Freedom, aud 
Necessity or Determinism. 

BainiA.) Emotions and the will. 18.59.. .5421.10 

— Feelings aud will physiologically considered. [Fortn. rev., 

v. 3, 1805.] 

— Liberty and necessity. — History of the free-will controversy. 

[In Itis Mental and moral science, 1808 ; p. 396-428.] 6411.13 

— Genesis of the free-will doctrine. [In Westm. rev., July, 1871.] 
lielsham{W.} Liberty and necessity, [/n Aw Essays, v. 1, 1799 ; 

p. 1-32.] 2517.10 

Bldlayilt.) Connexion between our notions of moral 
good and evil, and our conceptions of the free- 
dom of the Divine aud human wills. 1831. 5434.82 
Bray (G.) Philosophy of necessity. 2 t. 1841. 5411.20 
Blechoe (A. T. ) Examination of jiresident Edwards's 
Inquiry into the freedom of the will. 1845.5433.15 



Collin.1 (yt.) Philosophical inquiry concerning human 
liberty. 1717 . 3535.27 

Same. [In Priestley (J.) Theol. works v. 4.] . . 3691.07 

Oromble (A.) Keply to Dr. J. Gregory's Letters in de- 
fence of his Essay on the difference of the rela- 
tion between motive and action and that of cause 
and eflfect in physics. 1819 .5422.19 

lulunyds {J. ) On freedom of the will. [/)i liis Works, 
V. 2.] 354G.02 

Kspy {J. I'. ) The human will : moral accountability, 
punislimcnt, elc. 18G0 5433. OG 

Fowte {T. ir.) Place of will in evolution. [In Nineteenth cen- 
tury, March. 1879.] 

Gri-finrt/ (,J. ) Essays. 2 v. 1792 5422.20 

— Corresiiondence witli A. Crombie. 1819. , 5122.19 

— Letters in defense of his essay on the difference 

between motive and action and of cause iind ef- 
fect in physics. 1819 5422.19 

llaviillon {.Sir il'm.) Causality ; — Liberty and necessity. [In his 

Lectures on nietaphyaics.v. 2 : ch. 39-41. aud aj)p. iv.] 5431.04 

Note. — Ueviewed by Mill. 

Hazard (R. 0.) Freedom of mind in willing; or 

every being that wills a creature first cause. 

18G4 5423.08 

Note. — Reviewed in Dublin rev., Oct., 1864. 

— Two letters on causation and freedom in willing, 

addressed to J. S. Mill. With an appendix, ou 
existence of matter, and our notions of infinite 
siwce. 18G9. . 5423.07 

llazlitt{\V.) On liberty and necessity. [Literary remains, v. 1, 
1836 ; p. 169-228.] 3070 13 

Iliibhrs (7'.) The tripos, pt. 3, Of liberty and neces.sity. [In hit 
Engl, works, V. 4, 1840] 5043.09 

— Liberty, necessity, and chance, debated betw. Dr. Bramhall 

andT. Hobbes. [/» /as Engl, works, v. 5.) . . .6043.10 

lluijhes ( T. ) The human will : its function and free- 
dom. 1867 5434.47 

Mahan (A.) Doctrine of the will. 184-5. . 5435.34 

Mill {J. S.) On the freedom of tbe will. [In his Eiam. of Sir 
Wm. Hamilton's philos., v. 2. 1865 : p. 26.';.:301,] . 5413.09 
Note. — Mill's own views [determinism] are controverted 
in Dublin rev., Jan., July, 1874. 

Priestley {J.) Free discussion between Dr. Price and Dr. Priest- 
ley on the nature of matter, and the doctrine of necessity ; 
— Letters on necessity, [/n /us "Works, v. 4.] . .3591.06 

Sully {J.) The genesis of the free-will doctrine. [In his Sensa- 
tion and intuition, 1874 : p. 117-142.] 5426.08 

Travia (11.) Moral freedom reconciled with causation, 
by the analysis of the process of self-determina- 
tion. 1865 543,5.35 

Uiiham(T. C.) Treatise on the will. 1855. . .5417.15 
Whedon (D. D. ) Freedom of the will as a basis of 

human responsibility. 1864 5435.43 

See also Blackwood, v. 86, 1859 (Voluntary and involun- 
tary action) ; Contemp. rev., v. 10, 1871 (Relation of the 
will to thought, by H. E. Manning): v. 17. 1871 (Physiology 
of tbe will, by W. B. Carjienter) ; Dublin rev., April, 1879 
(Free will, by W. G. Ward) ; Jour, of sac. lit., v. 18, 1867. 
p. 297-319 (The will, divine and buman) ; Med. critic, v. 2. 
1802 (Volition, psychologically and physiologically consi- 
dered, by J. L. (;larke) ; New Englander, v. 18. 1800 (Power 
of contrary choice, by JI. r. Squier) ; v. 24, 1865 (Freedom 
of the will : Edwards and Whedon) : N. Brit, rev., v. 52, 
1870 (Will aud free-will) ; Phrenological journal, v. 10. 1837 
(The will, by Amos Dean) ; Westm. rev., Apr., 1870 (Free- 
will aud Christianity) : "Winslow's Journal of psy. med., 
v. 10, 1857 (On moral liberty) : Nat. qu. rev., v. 37. 1878 
(Evolution aud volition) : Princeton rev., .Sept., 1878 (The 
problem, etc.. by H. Calderwood) ; Contemp. rev., June, 
1878 (by P. Janet). 



Philosophy at the foot of the cross. See St. John (J. A.) 3692.05 

Philosophy of art. See Taine IH. A.) 1873 1411.26 

Philosophy of health. See Smith (Southwood). 1865. . 4322.16 
Philosophy of history. See History {Philosophy, p. 623). 
Philosophy of theism. [aHo/i.] L., 1857. 12°. 3.584.18 
Pliilostorgiiis. Ecclesiastical hist., as epitomized bv 

Photius. [A.D. 3-24-425.] L.,Bo;(H,1855.12°.3413.tl5 
Philostratus. Opera. [De Tyanensi Apollonio. 

Vitie sophistarum. Heroicus. Imagines, tir. et 

Lat. ] Recog. A. Westermann. Parisiis, Didot, 

1819. 8° 77G0.0G 

— The two first books concerning the life of A])ollo- 

nius Tvaneus. With philological notes, by C. 

Blount! London, 1080. fol. . \ . . . 3G28.04 
For critical esliinntes of this work, see ApoUonius T>/(ineus 

(p. 31 of Cat.) ; also Journal of sac. lit., Oct., 1862 ; Loud. 

qu. rev., Jan., 1867. 



Philostratus, the Lemntan. Imagines. Gr. et Lat. 
Eecog. A. Westermann. P.,X>ii7o(,1849.8' . 77GG.(G 

Philostratus. pseud. Somatopsychonoologia : that the proofs of 
body, life, and mind as distinct essences cannot be de- 
duced from physiology. London, 1824. 8". [In Pamphle- 
teer. V. 24.] 5U58.24 

Philozoia. .SVc Forster (Thomas). 1830 5825 26 

Philp (Eoliert Kemp). Best of everything. London, 
1870. 1-2^ 6016.06 

— History of progress in Gt. Britain.L.,18o9.8°.59I7.09 

— Inquire within : facts worth knowing. New York, 

1856. 12° 3913.10 

Philpot. See als<i Phillpots. 

Philpot (John). Examinations and writings. Ed. by 
R. Eden. Camb. ,( Bifl. ), i'flrfcf I- .soc. , 1 842. 8°. 3637.06 

Phin (.John). Chemical history of the six days of 
creation. New York, 1870. 12°. . . . 37'62.17 



THE BROOKLYN 1,1 B It A R Y . 



PHIN - PHYSICS 



866 



— Plain directions for lightning-rods. 2d cd. New 

York, 187H. Ki' 4022.J6 

— Practicnl bints on the selection and use of the mi- 

croscope. New York, 1875. 1G°. . . .4827.19 

Same. 2d ed., enl. N. Y., 1877. 12°. 4827.r.la 

Phipps (Constantino John, lord Mufqrave). *Voyage towards tho 

North Pole, 1773 [In Pinkerton (J.I Voyages, v. 1.] OlB.ul 
Phipps (Edmund'. Memoirs of Robert Plummer 

Ward. 2 V. London, 1850. 8°. . . . 317G.04 
Phipps (Joseph). Dissertation on christian baptism. 

Dublin, 1819. 8° ^58(109 

Phipsoil (Thomas Lambe). Meteors, aerolites and 

falling stars. London, 1867. 12°. . . . 4013.00 

— Force. [In Smith, report, 1802.) 3936.17 

— Phosphorescence, or the emission of Mght by min- 

erals, plants, and animals. L.,1S70, 12°. 4022.35 
Phocion's conversations. .V.v Ma>>ly (G. B. de). . . . 5713.07 
Phccnicia. Sf' Countries {Plorniria, p. 3.S9). 
PhiEnician inscriptions. ^Ve Heath (D. I.) .... 428.05 
Phffinix. S''c also Pheenix : — Phenix. 
Phoenix (/^t'W. Alexander). Seruiou : Job xix.: 25. [Tri(ft Bourne 

(S.) Sermon.] 3143.25 

Phffinix (John), 2>''^ud. Sa- Derby (Geo, H.), in Fiction (p, 475), 
Phoenix (Tho king of birds : or the lay of the) ; an Aufilo-.Saxnn 
soup of the 10th or 11th century. Now tr. into the metre 
and alliteration of the orif^'iual, by G. Stephen. [In Arch- 

Kologia, V. 30, 1844.1 0128.— 

Phoenix Britaunicus. -S'v; Morgan (John) 5056. lij 

Phonetics and Phonology. Zachos (J. 0.) Phonic 
text : a method of teaching reading by the signs 
of sound, without altering the orthography of the 
language. 18(55 6424.26 

— CoHi.sfo/c'.y fonetik magazin. v. 1-2. 1846-48. 64:11.14 

See also Lang;uago {English prontinciation : Ellis {A. J.) 

p. 677) : and Bibl. sacra, Apl.. Oct.. 1860 (Comparative 

phonology, liy B. W. Dwight). 

Phonograph rieacoll (U. B.) Tho speaking tele- 

l^lione, talking phonograph, e(c. 187S. . 3944.25 

— Proctor {R. A.) /re /as Pleasant ways in science. 1878.3906.16 

See also Qu. jour, of scieuce. Apl., 1878 ; p. 245-254. 

Phonography and Stenography. 

1. Phonography. 

— Graham (A. J.) Handbook of phonography. G431.01 

— Jones (£ J".) Handbook of British P. 1871. 6431.12 

— Munson (J.K ) Complete phonographer.1869. 0431.02 

Same. 1872 6131.02a 

Dictionary of practical ijhonography.1875. 6431. 15 

— Pitman (B.) First phonetic reader. 1855.6431.09 

2. Stenography. 

— Consoni (D. T.) Nuova sistema universale di steno- 

grafia Italiana. 1829 6431.11 

— Cro.fs (J. G.) Eclectic short-hand. 1878. 6431.1',! 

— i)imW% (./. B. ) Shorthand dictionary. 1868. 6431.05 

— Dodip (J.) Complete system of stenograiihy. 6431.13 

— Gur'ney (T.) Brachygraphy. 1803. . . . 6431.08 



— Lindslnj {D. P.) Elements of tachygraphy. 6431.03 

— T,yle[JX) Art of shorlhand improved. 1762. 6131.06 

— ShelUm (T.) lachygrajihy. ii;71. . . .6431.10 

— Teffiii ( W. ) New help and improvement of the art 

of swift writing. 1751 6-131.07 

— Thompson (A. JI.) Stenography. 1870. .6431.04 
Uphmn ( IC. P.) Brief history of stenography, 

with new system of phonetic shorthand. (i431.18 
See also Nat. qu, rev,, v, 7, 1863 (Short hand), 
SSr See also Writing, 

Phosphates, Jone^ I^Geonje). Phosphates. . 4212.16 
0^ See also Chemistry 

Pho.3phoresceuoe. 

— [h-apet- [J. ir. ) On Die phosphorescence of bodies. On the 

efi'ecta of heat on pliosphorescence. [In his Scientific me- 
moirs. 1878.) 4024.27 

~ Phipsnn (T. L.) PhosphoreKcen(:e. 1N70. . 4022.35 
Photography. See Arts (Useful. p. 46);— Astronomy (p. 54):--a/«o 
Abney (W. do W.) Treatise ou photography, 1878 (4002,20]; 
Ayres (G. B.) How to paint pliot'igriipbs in water colors 
and in oil ; bow to work in crayon, make the chrom - 
l>hotograpb, retouch negatives, e.'c. 4tli ed.. 1878 [1424.20] ; 
Holmes (O. W.) Stereoscope; Suii-itaintiiig. [/7i AisSounil- 
ings from tho Atlantic ; 25:12. 12J ; Tissandier (G.) History 
and handbook of i)h()tography. 2d ed.; with -.ippendix by 
H. F. Talbot, 1873 [3'.i41.17J ; Vogel (H.) Chemistry of 
light and photography, 1875 (3041.16). 

See also Ed. rev,, v. 133, 1871 (Applications of phot ) ; 
Fraser's mag., v. 47. 1853 ; N. Bril. rev,, v, 3li, 1862 (fro- 
gress in phot, art) ; Pop. sci. mo . .\i)ril, 1K75 (Corre(^tueBs 
of photographs, by M. Vogel); Qu. rev,, v, 101, 1857 (Photo- 
graphy) ; V, 116, 1864 (Photograpliy), 
Phrase and fable (liictionary of). See Brower (E. C.) 1870. 6218,07 
Phreno-mnemotechny. .Sv-- Fauvel-Gouraud ,K.) . . . 5518.26 
Phrenological journ;il and mag;iziiie of moral science. 
V. 1-20. 1823-47. Edin , 1821-47. 8. . 5432.12 
Phrenological jourmd and life illustrated, v. 49. 
N.Y.,1869. 4°; v. 50-68, N.Y., 1870-78. 8°. 8159.01 
Note.~v. 50-68 ^ Xew series, v. 1-18. v. 50-51 read on t. p. 
'Pack:ird's iiiontbly iiisiead of 'life illustrated '. 
Phrenology. Nic Pliilosc p'.iy (Plirennloq;/, p. 8i)3). 
Phrontisterion. or Oxford in tUo lOtli cenlnry. A'ef; Mansel (H. 
L.) Letters, etc., 1873 5424,23 

Physic and physicians : a medical sketch book. 

[((lion.] 2v. London, 1839. 8°. . . .3251.10 

Same. 2 v. Phil., 1815. 18° 3251.13 

Note. — The two vols, of the Amer. ed. include all the 
contents of v. 1 of the Engl, ed., but lack ch. 2-7 of 2d vol.. 
viz. — ' Mad-doctors and madhouses.' ' Literary and scien- 
tific literary men,* * Medical emigration," • Army and navy 
surgaous, and East India company's medical service.' 
' Eminent living pUysiciaus,' ' Eminent living surgeons.' 

Physical basis of mind. See Lewes (G H.) 5414,22 

Physical culture. Sec Amusements {fj'i/innaslics, etc., p. '24) ; — 

Medicine {lleajlh. p, 750 ■.—Moveui.'nt cure, p, 763). 
Physical geograpliy, .S'-'-' Geography {I'lttfsical, p. 571). 
Physical geogiaphy of tho sea. See Maury (.M. F.) 1858. 925.08 
Pliysical life ol w.>m.iu. .V..!! Napheys (i.i, 11.) 1870. . .4331,14 

Physician's problems, .s'..Elam(C.) ls6'J 433:1.12 

Physician's vacation iu Europe. See Charming (Walter). 1856.944. 04 



PHYSICS OR NATURAL PHILOSOPHY 

AnRANGEMENT OP Sdb-divisions.— L Dictionaries of the Physical Sciences.— U. History ami Philosophy of the Physical 
Sciences.— in. Periodicals.— IV. Systematic and Mlsc'el. Works.— V. Special Deparlmenis of Physies, viz., 1, Acoustics 
and Sound (p, 86G).— 2, Atoms and Molecules (p. 8 '.7). —3. Electric Light (p. 8:'h |,— 4. Electrical Measurements |p. 867). 
5. Electricity, Galvanism, and Magnetism (p. 867).— 6, Forces and Energies of Nature (p. k;7i.— 7. Galvanometer 
(p. 868).— 8. Heat (p. 868). 9, Light and Optics (p. 868).— ID. Observatories (p. 868i — 11, Radiometer i)'. H.'.si.— 12, Spec- 
trum Analysis (p. 868).— 13, Statics, Dynamics, Hydrostatics, and Pneumatics (p. 8>9;.— 14, Terrestrial Magnet- 
ism (p. 869). 



I. Dictionaries of the Phi/.iical Science.-i. 
Barloio (P.) Anew mathematical and philosophical 

dictionary. 1814 4017.01 

Nichol (J. P.) Cyclopaedia of the physical sciences. 

1857. . . .' 4025.01 

Same. 1860 40'25.02 

Contents : Acoustics, astronomy, dynamics, electricity, 
heat, hydrodynamics, nia;,'iiHtisin. philosophy of mathe- 
matics, meteorology, optics, pneumatics, statics, etc. 

II, History (Did Pliilos. of the Phy-ticdl f<c,ie.nees. 

Sfg^ See also Arts, Useful, and general science {Method 
and history, p. 39). 

Leslie {Sir J.} Dissert, v. General view of the process of math. 

and phys. science, chietly during 18th cent. [In Encyc. 

Brit., V. 1, 1853.] 
Play/air {J.) Dissert, iv. General view of the process of niathem, 

and physical science since the revival of letters in Europe, 

(/i( (lis 'Works, V, 2, 1822.) 5063,02 

S.ime. [In Encyc. Britaunica, v. 1, 1853.] 



Powell (B.) History of nat. philos. 1834. . 402'2.09 

Same. 1851." 40'22.1.5 

Smith {A.) History of ancient physics. [In his Essays, p. 131- 

1.53.] 5416.24 

U'heioell tWm.) History of the inductive sciences. 

3d ed. 3 v. 1857 402:3.01 

V. 1, Phys, science in ancient Greece. 

2. Mechanical science. Physical astronomy, .\coustics, 
optics, tliermotics. and atmology. 

3. iVIechauieo-chemical sciences. 

— History of scientific ideas : 1st part of 'Philosophy 

of the inductive sciences.' 3d ed. 2 v. 1858. 4023.04 
Note. — ' The ideas whose history is here given are mainly 
these ; space, time, number, motion, cause, force, matter, 
medium, intensity, scale, polarity, element, affinity, sub- 
stance, atom, symmetry, likeness, natural classes, species, 
life, function, vital forces, filial causes, historical causation, 
catastrophe and uniformity, first cause ". 

— Novum organum renovatum : 2d part of ' Philos. of 

the inductive sciences.' 3d ed. 2 v. 1858. 402:3.06 

— Philosophy of discovery. 1860 4024.00 



109 In asking for books, use tho " Book Order," giving the AUTHOU'S NAME, the first part of tho TITLE, and tho KU.MBER, 



866 



PHYSICS : Periodicals — Systematic and MiscellaiieouB Works. 



Physics, niid'il. 111. J'ulcilicaln. 

For poriddicaU iu part dovoted to physics .?'>' Academy 
nt'iiutiiral Kciouces ol' FliUa. Prooeediugs ; American a«- 
HOC. ior the prom. t)f acience. Procecrtiogs ; — Amer. jour, 
of hjci(Mu'o and arts ; — Journal of the Franklin Institute ; — 
London. I'Jdinburgh, and Dublin philos. mag.; — Nature ; — 
Quar. jovir. ot'Bcicuce. 

rv. Syslematic mid M'lsceXlaneous VPiiife. 

Ar'j^Tis [J. Ji. iU It. iV). Gt'ueval principles of uat. philos. [Itt his 

I'hilos. dissert., v. 1, p. Ul-'UM.] ....... 6411.03 

Arnoll (N.) Elomcnts of physics. 7th ed., ctl. by A. 

Bain itud A. S. Taylor.' 1S77. . . . -1023.20 
Biiimi {F., lord.) Philosophical works. [In Ids Work.s, 

V. 1-10. 18fil.] . 5014.03 

Bn-inick (0.) The forces of the universe. [Electricity, 

mai^nutisiii, solar heat, gr.avitation.] 1870. 4022.23 

Birk.'i ( '!'. H. ) Oil matter and ether, or the secret laws 

of physical chauge. 18G2 4214.11 

Bouln (11.) Philosophical works ; abridged by P. 

Shaw; 3 v. 1738 4028.03 

lirmon {A.) PhiloKOjaiv of physics. 1854. .402.5.0(5 
Btwhie.;/ {A. Ji.) Short hist, of iiat..science.l876. 4023.07 
Buck.ma.s-ler (J. 0. ) Elements of acoustics, light, and 

heat. 1871 4213.15 

Cnsnilon ( /I.) Ri^creations physiques.3ded.1867. 4022.27 
Clifford ( ir. K.) Philosophy of the pure sciences. [In Contem. 

rev., Aug.,lK74.] 
Comenias [J. A.) Natural! philosophic reformed. 

1G51 4022.18 

Cooky {LeB. d.) Text book of nat. philos.1869. 4022.13 
Danheny {0. G. B.) Fugitive poems connected with 

natural hist, and physical science. 1869. 163IJ.26 
De.<iarjuliers (J. T. ) Course of experimental philoso- 
phy. 2d ed. 2 v. 1745 4U28.01 

Veschnnel (A. P.) Natur.tl philosophy. Tr. by J. D. 

Everett. 4 v. 1870-72 4026.06 

V. 1. Mechanics, Hydrostatics, and Pneumatics, v. 2 

Heat. V. 3. Electricity and magnetism, v. 4. Sound and 

light. 
Elder (L.) Letters on nat. philos. 2 v. 1848. 4022.19 
Faradaij (M.) Kesearches in chemistry and physics. 

1859 421.5.20 

Forfar {R.) Analytical physics. 18-52. . . 4027.08 
Franklin ill.) Letters and papers on philosophical subjects. 

[/« AlsWorlls, V. 3.] 6U36.06 

Frick iJ.) Physical technics. 1861. . . .4026.19 
Ganot (A.) Elementary treatise on physics. 4th ed. 

1869 4025.15 

Guillemin {A.) Application of physical forces. Tr. by 

Mrs. N. Lockyer, and ed., with additions and 

notes, by J. N. Lockyer. 1877. . . . 4028. 13 
■ — The forces of nature. [Gravity, sound, light, mag- 
netism, beat, electricity, atmospheric meteors.] 

1872 4028.10 

Guthrie (F.) Practical physics. 1879. . . .4023.18 
Conl<'nts : Molecular physics, waves, sound, light, w-ith 

experiments. 
,Helmliollz {II. L. F.) Relation of physical science to science in 

general. [In Smith, report, 1871.] .' _ 393G.26 

Henry [Joseph). Syllabus of lectures on physics. [Smith, report. 

1856.) 31)36.11 

Hero of Alexandria. Pneumatics. From the Greek by 

B. Woodcroft. 1851 4026.02 

Herschel (Sir J. F. W.) Preliminary discourse on the 

study of natural philo.sophy. 1851. . . 4022.16 
liickok (L. P.) Rational eosinoiogy. 1858. .3914.03 
Hobbes[r.) De uatiiraaeri-i. [laliis Opera, v. 4, 1S«,) . 6043.04 

— Elemeut.s of philosophy. [In his Engl, works, v. 1,1839.] 5U43.06 
Same. Latin text. |/n /iis Opera, v. 1, 1.839.] . . .6043.01 

— Problemata physica. |/n (iisOpera, v. 4. 1844.) . . ..5043.04 

— Seven philos. problems ; and ten dialogues on natural phi- 

losophy. [/)i/ii.? Works, v. 7, 1845.] 6043,1-2 

77o7f/ (./.) "Elements of nat. philos. 1861. . 402-'. 19 

Wint (R.) Elementary physics. 18.55. . . 4022.01 

Contents : Motion. ' Fluids. Sound. Electricity. Heat 

Light. Actinism. 

— Po<ttry of science : or physical phenomena of na- 

ture. 1854. .'..." 4022.06 

Hunt {T. .<;.) Chemistry of the earth. [In Sm. rep. .1809.] . 393G.24 
Joyce (.J.) Scientific dialogues for voung people. 

18.52 "... 4022.07 

Lardiier (D.) Hand-books of natural philos. 2 v. 

1851-.53. ■!02-2.10 

V. 1. Mechanics, hydrostatics, hydraulics, pneumatics. 

sound. 2. Heat, magnetism, electricity. 



Lee.i ( W. ) Acoustics, light, and heat. 1877. . 4024.21 

Liebig (</. von) and Kopp (li.) Annual report of the 
progress of physics. 1847-50. 4 v. . . 4214.29 

Locke {J.) Elements of "nat. philos. [Inhis Works, v. 3.) .5062.03 

Lovett (li.) The electrical philosopher; a new sys- 
tem of physics upon the jirinciple of an univer- 
sal jilenum of elementary fires. 1771. . 4024.14 

Marjrini {L.) Vibratory movement of matU-r, ponderable and 
impou<lerabk-. [In Smith, report, 1808.] .... 3936.23 

Mayer (A. M.) and Barnard (V.) Experimental science 
series for beginners. 1877.. .... 4024.22a 

Mniler (./.) Principles of physics and meteorology, 
1847 4025.04 

— Eeccnt progress in lAysics. [In Smith, report, 1855-58. ) 3936.10 
Nichol.ion ( IK.) Introd. to nat. philos.2v. 1793-5. 4025.11 
Olmsted [D.) Introd. to nat. philos. 18.50. .4025.10 
Prtc7«'r( 7.\0.)Nat. and experimental philos.1855. 4022. 12 
Pepjier (J. II.) Cyclopjedic science simplified. 4022.21 
Pickcrhuj {E. C.) Elements of physical manipula- 
tion. 1873 4026.03 

Same. 2d ed. 2 v. 1878 4026.27 

Contents : General methods of physical investigation. 
General experiments. Mechanics of solids. Mechanics of 
liquids and gases. Sound. Light. 2. Electrical in.-^tru- 
nients. Heat. Mechanical engineering. Jleteorology. 
Practical astronomy. Lantern projections. Theory of 
electrical phenomena. Tables. Laboratories. 

Pynchon (T. E.) Introd. to chemical physics. New 

ed. 1873 4023.13 

Contents : Heat, electricity, galvanic electricity, electro- 
magnetism, thermo-electricity, animal electricity. Corre- 
lation and conservation of forces. 

Raddiffe (C. B.) Vital motion as a mode of physical 
motion. 1876. 432.5.22 

Boutledije (li.) Science in sport made jihilosophy in 
earnest, by means of toys and iiastimes. 3922.07 

Sdioll ( Q. ) Magia univ. naturae et artis. v. 1, 2, 4. 
Optica, acoustica, lAysica. 1677. . . . 3907.18 

Sdmherl (0. K) Mirror of nature. 1851. .4022.08 

Smnerfilte (^V.) Connection of the physical sciences. 
From the 7th Lond. ed. 1857. . . . 4022.03 

^ Same. 9th ed. London, 1858. . . .4022.22 

— On molecular and microscopic science. 2 v. 1869. . 4827.03 

V. 1. Atoms and molecules of matter. Force and mat- 
ter. Spectrum analysis. 

South Kensinylon museum. Conferences held in con- 
nection with the special loan collection of scien- 
tific apparatus, 1876. Physics and mechanics. 
London, 1877 4023.21 

Steele (J. D. ) Answers to the practical questions and 
problems contained in the fourteen weeks' course 
in n.at. philos. 1870 4025.30 

Tail (P. 0. ) Lectures on some recent advances in 
physical science. 1876 4023.08 

Thomson (Sir W.) and Tail (P. G.) Elements of nat- 
ural philosophy. V. 1. 1873 4026.21 

v. 1. Kinematics. Dynamical laws and principles. Expe- 
rience, Measures and instruments. Abstract dynamics. 

Tomlinson ((!.) Introd. to nat. philos. 1859. 40'.i2.17 

Tyndall (J.) Researches in molecular physics by 
means of radiant heat. 1872 4026.14 

— Researches on diamagnetism and magne-crystallic 

action. 1870 4027.07 

Whewell (W.) Astronomy and general physics with 
reference to natural theology. 1833 ed. . 3524.12 

Same. 18.52 ed 3-521.20 

Weinliold (A. F.) Introd. to experimental physics. 
Tr. ,-md ed. by B. Loewy. 1875. . . . 41)26.05 
Contents: General contents of matter {p. 1-42). Me- 
chanics : .Statics and dynamics— Inertia (p. 43-48). Gener-al 
mechanics, and mechanics of solid bodies (p. 48-167). 
Hydrostatics and hydrodynamics (p. 1.58-218). Equili- 
brium and motion of gaseous bodies (p. 219-325). Acoustics 
(p. 320-408), Optics (p. 409-550). Electricity and magnet- 
ism (p. 5.51-755). Heat (p. 756-848). 

Younff ( T. ) Lectures on nat. jihilos. 2 v. 1845. -1025 13 

— Scientific memoirs. )/« Ais Miscel. works, v. 1-2,1855.] 5082.01 

V. Vnricnis special Deparimenls of Physics. 

1. Acoustics and Sound. 

Airy (0. B.) On sound .and .atmospheric vibrations. 

1868 4025.28 

Bartlett ( W. K C. ) Acoustics. Optics. 1852. 4025. 1 6 
honkXn (W.F.) Acoustics ; theoretical. Pt. 1. [Vi- 
brations of strings and rods.] 1870. . . 4024.08 



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Lees (W.) Acoustics, light, autl heat. 1877.4024.21 

Mayer iA. M.) Sound. 1878. [Experimental sci- 
ence series.] '1(124.28 

Punly ( '/'. ) Forui ami sound, can their beauty Vie de- 
lieudeut on the same physical hiwsV . . i lljli. 00 

T{nd<ia(li.) Wonders of acoustics. 187U. .4024.11 

SmUli, {T. J!.) Kiid. treatise on the acoustics of pub- 
lic buildiuKS. 1861 4025.20 

liaykhik [J. W. lilratt, baron). Theory of sound. 2 v. 
1877-78. . 4028.28 

T<iyh)r (.S.) Sound and music. 1873. . . 1562,30 

TynditU (J.) Sound. Eight lectures. 1867. 402.5.23 
Niitc—Vioviewetl in Ed. rev., v. 77, 1808. 

Wilford, pseud. Problem of human life : embracing 
' The evolution of sound ' and ' Evolution evol- 
ved." New York, 1879. 8" 4728.24 

Wonnell {R.) Elementary course of hydrostatics and 

sound. 1870 4024.09 

See also Nat. qu. rev., v. 18, 1869 (Phenomena of sound). 
ff^ See ulsu Music {Pkysies of music, p. 799). 

2. Atoms and Molecules. 

Bayma {J.) Molecular mechanics. 1866. . 4024.24 
Brown (S.) Critical lectures on the atomic theory. [In his Lec- 
tures, etc., V. 1. 1858 ; p. 5-131.] 2515.01 

Clifford ( ir. K.) Atoms. [In his Lectures, etc., v. 1. 1879. 2518.12 
Herschd (J.F.W.) Re.search on atoms. [In Sm.rep., 1862.] 3930.07 
SomerviUe {Mary). Atoms and molecules. [In Iter Molecular sci- 

euce, v. 1, 1869 ; p. 1-16G.) 4827.03 

Wurtz {A. I.) Hist, of chemicaltheory. 18G8. 4212.11 

See also Fortn. rev., v. 1, 1865 (Atoms, by sif John Iler- 
Bchel) ; N. Brit. rev., v. 27, 1857 (SUetch of the atomic hy- 
pothesis) ; V. 48, 1808 (Atomic theory of Lucretius) ; Pop. 
Bci. monthly, Oct.. Nov., 1H73 (Theory of the atomic con- 
stitution of matter questioned, by J. B. Stallo) ; Jan.. 1874 
(Theory of molecule-s, by J. C. Maxwell) ; Oct., 1877 (Mole- 
cular maguitudes, by L. R. Curtis) ; Aug.. 1879 (The mole- 
cular theory, by Le Roy C. Cuoley) ; Philos. mag., April, 
1874 (Modern hypothesis of atomic matter and liimiiiiler- 
ous ether, by H. Deacon) ; ApL, July, Oct., 1871 (Molecules, 
ultimates, atoms, aud waves, by M. Ponton) ; Oct., 1873 
(What determines molecular action) ; Qu. rev., v. 00. 185.5, 
or Littell, v. 8, 1855 (John Daiton and the atomic theory) ; 
Westm. rev., v. 59, 1853 (Atomic theory before Christ and 
since), /t®^ See also recent treatises ou Chemistry {Ghemieat 
physics, p. 264) ; — Radiometer (p. 808). 

3. Electric Light. 

m<jgs {Paget). The electric light. 1879. . 4023.25 
Schoolbred (J. N.) Electric lighting. 1879. . 4023.26 

.See also Pop. sii mouthly, Mch., 1879 (by J. Tyudall) ; 
Pop. sci. rev., .\pl.. 1879 (Collapse of the electric light, by 
W. H. Stone); Monthly jour, of sci., Jan., 1879 (Electric 
light, by W, H. Stone) ; ApL, 1879 (The Jablochlioff candle); 
Ed. rev., Apl., 1879. 

4. Electrical Measurements. 

Foster (C) Electrical measurements. [In South Kensington sci- 
ence lectures, v. 1, 1878 ; p. 264-290.] 3904.14 

Jenkin (F., ed.) Reports of the committee on electri- 
cal standards, appointed by the British associa- 
tion for the advancement of science. 1873. 4026.25 

Kohiruusdi (F.) Introd. to physical measurements, 
etc. 1874 402(!.2() 

Secchi {A.) Researches in electrical rheometry. [In Sm. con- 
trib., V. 3.) 3937.03 

Thomson [Sir W.) [In his Papers ou electro-statics. 1872. 4026.17 
<k MS" See also Salvauometer (p. 8G8). 

5. Electricity, Galvanism, Magnetism. 

1, Electricity and Magnetism, 

Atu/elliJ.) Elements of E. 1874 4022.32 

]itiUe(J.) Wonders of E. 1872 4027.27 

Bakewea (F. G.) Manual of E. 1857.. . .4027.18 
Boitomty (/. T.) Electrometers. [In South Kensington science 

lectures, v. 1, 1878 ; p. 210-148.] 3900.14 

Considerations ou'E. [/)i Smith, report, 1867.] . . . .3936.22 
Camming (L.) Introd. to theory of E. 1876. 4023.16 
Franklin [B.) Letters aud papers on E. [In his Works, Sparks' 

ed., V. 3.] 5036.06 

HarriH (Sir W. S.) lludimentary E. 1854. . 4027.15 
— lludimentary treatise on galvanism, and animal 

and voltaic electricity. 1856 4027.13 

Ilehnhi'ltz (H.) Math, theories of the connection of electricity 

and magnetism. [In Sm. report. 1873.] .... 
Jenkin (J. F.) Electricity and magnetism. 1873.4023.14 



Lardner (D.) Manual of E. 2 v. 1841. . .4027.11 
La Hive iA. de). Treatise on E. 2 v. 1853-58.4027.01 
v. 1. Preliminary uotious. Static electricity. Magnet- 
ism and electro-dynamics. Mathenratical laws. 

2. Electro-dynamics, ainCd. Tran.sinission of electricity. 

3, Uelatious of clrctricity with natur;il i)hcnonjena. Ap- 
plications to telegraphy, iustrumeiils, chemistry, etc. 

Reviewed in Ed. rev., v. 100, 1857 ; N. Brit., v. 30, 1859. 
— Electricity in rareliod clastic fluids. |ft» Sm. ivp., 18153.] 3936. IH 
Maxwell {J. C. ) Treatise on electricity aud magnetism. 

2 V. 1873. ..,....".... 402(;;21 
A'oad (IL M.) .Student's text-book of E. 1867. 4027.3U 
Scoffern (J.) Chemistry of impomlerable agents, etc. 

185,5. . 4216.12 

Uprugue {./. T.) Electricity : its theory, sources, and 

applications. 187.5 4023.17 

Thomson (Sir IK) Heprint of papers on electniKlu- 

tics and magnetism. 1872 41126. 17 

Tyndatl (J.) Light and electricity 4027.26 

Wilso)!, {(/.) Electricity and the electric telegraph. 

1851 5075.27 

.See iilso Qu. rev.. July, 1878, or Eel. mag., Jan.. 1878 (Sci- 
ence of E. as applied in peace and war); Westm. rev., v. 8i>, 

1808 (Origin of electricity). 

2, Galvanism. 

Davy {Sir II.) Galvanic electricity. [In his Works, v. 2, p. 139- 
227.] , 4214.14 

Harris (Sir W. S.) Rudimentary treatise on galvan- 
ism, and principles of animal and voltaic elec- 
tricity. 1806 4027.13 

3, Magnetism. 

AngelliJ.) Elements of M. 1874 4022.32 

Airy (G. B.) Treatise on M. 1870. . . .4027.24 
Cook (J.) M. .and electricity. 1875. . . .4023.15 
Harris (Sir W. S.) Rudimentary M. 18,'JO. 4027.14 

Same. 2d ed. by H. M. Noad. 1872. .4(122.33 

History of discovery relative to M- [/;( Sm. rep., 1863.] 3936.18 
Ji'iifciii (.K) Electricity and magnetism. 1873. 4023.14 
Maxwell (J. G. ) Treatise on electricitv and magnet- 
ism. 2 V. 1873 "... 4(126.24 

Thomson (Sir W. ) Reprint of jjapers on electrostat- 
ics and magnetism. 1872 4026.17 

Tyndali (J. ) Researches on diamagnetism and magne- 

crystallic action. 1870 4027.07 

a^.SVf a/50 Telegraph (p. 47) ;— Lightning rod (p. 701); 
Meteorology [Thunder and lightniwj. p. 774), etc. 

6. Forces and Energies of Nature. 

Abbott (.1.) Science lor the young. Force. 1873. 4022.30 

Birks (T. li.) On matter antl ether; or the secret 
laws of physical change. 1862. . . . 4214.11 

Faradmi |J/. ) Six lectures on the ftn-ces of matter. 

1B6(1 4022.04 

Contents : (rravitation, gravity— cohesion, chemical affi- 
nity, heat, magnetism — electricity. Correlation. 

Herschel {J. F. IT) Ou the origin of force. [In his Familiar lec- 
tures. 1867.] 3913.26 

Phipstm {T. L.) Force. (/?i Sm. report, 1802.] . . . .3930.17 

Taylor i IV. B.) Thoughts on the nature and origin of lorce. 
[In Sm. report, 1870.] 3930.25 

Winslow ((.'. F.) Force aud nature, .\ttraction aud 

repulsion. 1869 4024.25 

,8®" See also, under ' Systematic and Miscel. ]Vorks' trea- 
tises by Berwick ; — Guill'cmin ; — Hunt -.—Pynchon ; — etc. 

Correlation ami Conservation of Forces. 

Ilelmholtz {U.) Ou the interaction of the natural forces ;— On 
the conservation of force. [In his Popular lectures, 1873.] 

Stewart (B.) The conservation of energy. With ap- 
pendix, treating of the vital and mental appliea- 

cations of the doctrine. 1874 4022.31 

Note.— Aa appendix contains two ess;iys, 1. by Joseph 
Leconte, on the ■• Correlation of vital with chemical aud 
physical forces "; 2, by Alex. Baiu. on the " Correlation of 
nervous and mental forces." 

Yonmans (E. .//., ed. ) Correlation and conservation 
of forces : a series of expositions by Prof. Grove, 
Prof Helmholtz, Dr. Mayer, Dr. Faraday, Prof. 
Liebig and Dr. Carpenter. With introduction, 

etc. 1865 4022.02 

Contnits: Grove (W. R.) The correlation of physical 
forces. Helmholtz (II.) On the iutcraclion of natural 
forces. Mayer IJ. H.) Remarks on the forces of iuoi game 
nature ;— Ou celestial dviiamics ;— Kemarks ou the me- 
chanical equivalent of heat. Faraday (M.) Some thoughts 
ou the conservation of force. Liebig (J.) Connection and 



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eqiiivalcDce of forces. Carpenter (W. B.) Correlation of 
physical and vital forces. 

See also Pop. sci. ino., Jan., 1879 (Molecular dynamics, by 
L. R. CurtisB) ; Qu. jour, of sci., Apl., .July, 11*78 (EncrRy 
and feeling : alternate, and mutally convcrtibln affections of 
matter) ; New Englander, Oct., 1873 (Modern physical dis- 
coveries and their limitations, by M. J. Callan) ; N. Brit, 
rev.. V. 40, 1864 (^Energy) ; Princeton rev., Mch., 1878 (Evo- 
IntioQ from mechanical force, by L. P. Hickok). 

7. Galvanometer. 

llaskins (C. IL) The galvixnomfltcv, and its uses. 

1873 4023.0'J 

Pityf/eiidorff (J. C.) The galvanometer as a measuring iustru- 

ment. [/>i Sm. report, 1859.) 3936.14 

jtS^ See also under Electricity (p. 867). 

8. Heat. 

Ahholt{J.) Science for the young. Heat. 1871.4022.24 
Box (T.) Practical treatise on heat. 186y. .4027.20 
Caziii{A.) Phenomena and laws of heat. 18G9. 4027.19 

— Recent progress in the theory of heat. [In Sm. report, 

1868.] 3936,23 

Clarke [F. W.) Constants of nature. Pt. 2. A table of specific 

heats for liquids. [In Sm. miscel. coll.. v. 14. 1878.J 3935.24 
Forbes (G.) Radiation. [In South Kensington science lectures, 

V. 1,1878; p. 173-192.) 3906.14 

Fourier (J.) Analytical theory of heat. Tr., with 

notes by A. Freeman. 1878 4027.31 

Guthrie (F. ) Elements of heat and non-metallic chem- 
istry. 1868 4213.08 

Lardner (D.) Treatise on heat. 1853.. . .4027.10 
Lees (W.) Acoustics, light, and heat. 1877. 4024.21 
Maxwdli^J. V.) Theory of heat. 1872. . .4022.28 
Metcalfe {S. X. ) Caloric ; its agencies in nature. 2 v. 

1843. .• 4027.01 

Mouchoi (A.) La chaleur solaire et ses applications 

industrielles. 1869 4027.22 

MuUer {J.) Mechanical theory of heat. [In Sm. rep., 1KC8.] 3936.23 

Field (E.) Traite de la chaleur, et de ses applications 

aux arts et aux uianufactiires. 2 v. 1828. 4027. 28 

— Treatise on heat. [In Weale's Quart, papers.] . . . 3918.12 
Fouiell (B.) Reports ou radiant heat in 1832, 1840. and J854. [In 

Sm. rep., 1859.] 3936.14 

Tail {P. G.) Sketch of thermodynamics. 1868. 4027.21 
Thompson {B., Count Rumford). On the propagation of heat in 

fluids and various substances. [In his Essays, v. 2.] 
Tyndall (J.) Contributions to molecular physics in 

the domain of radiant heat. 1872. . . 4020.1G 

— Heat considered as a mode of motion. 1863. 4027.03 

Note. — Reviewed in Blackw. mag., v. 94, 1863 ; N. A. rev., 
V. 97. 1863. 

Same. 1868 4027.03 

— On radiation. The " Rede " lecture. 18G5. 4022.0-5 

Same. [In Sm. rep., 1868.] 3926.23 

— On the relations of radiant heat to chemical constitution, 

colour, and texture. [In Fortnightly rev., v.4, 1866 or Lit- 
teU, 18C6, V. 1.] 

See also North Brit. rev., v. 40, 1864 (Dynamical theory of 
heat) ; Ed. rev., v. 119, 1864 or Littell, 1864, v. 1 (Thermo- 
dynamics). 

9. Light and Optics. 

l.Liuhl. 

Abbott {J.) Science for the young. Light. 1871. 4022.25 

Barnard {F. A. P.) Undulatory theory of light. [In Sm. rep-, 
1862.] 3936.17 

Chambers's Papers for the people, v. 4 (Science of the sun- 
beam) 2516.02 

Croolces [W.] Mechanical theory of light. [In Qu. jour, of sci- 
ence, July. 1875, Apl., 1876.] 

Ddaunay (C. E.) Velocity of light. [In Sm. rep., 1864.] 3936.19 

Draper (J. W.) Scientific memoirs : experimental 
contrib. to a knowledge of radiant energy. 
1878 4024.27 

Herschel {J. F. W.) On light. [In his Familiar leotures,lS67.] 3913.26 

— Ou the absorption of hght by colored media. [In hi^ Familiar 

lectures, 1867.] 3913.26 

Haiit (R.) Researches on light. 1854. . .4024.03 
Lefs^lV.) Acoustics, light, and heat. 1877.4021.21 
Lommel (E.) Nature of light, with general account of 

physical optics. 1876 4024.18 

Mayer {A. M.) and Barnard (C.) Light : simple ex- 
periments. 1877 4024.22 

Pereira (J.) Lecture on polarized light. 1854. 4021.04 

Spotiiswoode {W .) Polarization of light. 1874 4032.34 

Stokes (Prof.) Absorption of light and the colours of natural 
bodies. [In South Kensington science lectures, v. 1, 1878 : 
p. 33-53.] 3906.14 

— Fluorescence. [In South Kensington science lectures, v. 1. 

1878 ; p. 54-76.] 3906.14 



Tliomas {W. C.) Revised theory of light. Section 1. 

Principlesof the harmony of colour. 187.5. 4024.29 
Tyndall {•/.) Lectures on light. Delivered in the 

United States in 1872-73 4022.29 

-- Light and electricity. 1871 4027.26 

— Notes of a course of nine lectures on light. 4024.05 

See also Contem. rev., July, 1877 (Drifting light-wave s. by 
R. A. Proctor) ; Fraser's mag.. Apr., 187G (A be;im of light); 
Fortu. rev., v. 4, 18i;0 (New views ou liglit, by Dr. Akin) ; 
N. Brit. rev., v. 29, 1858 (Researches ou light ; Qu. jour, 
of science, Jan., 1869 (Etherial hypothesis of light, bv 8. 
Samuelson) ; St. Paul's, v. 7. 1871, or Littell, 1871, v. 1 (The 
gamut of light, by It. A, Proctor). 

jKtr" See also Radiometer [below). 

2. Oldies. 

Airy (0.) Geometrical optics. 1870. . . . 4025.29 

— Ou the undulatory theory of optics. 1866. 402.5.27 
Bailey (.S'.) On the paradoxes of vision. [In his Discourses. 

1852 ; p. 198-240.] 2517 05 

BUlet( M. F. )Traite d'optique phyKique.2 v. 1858. 4024. 12 
Bi-noaler (Sir D.) Treatise on optics. 1853. . 4025.17 
Clarke (E //. ) Visions : a study of false sight (pseud- 

opsia). 1S78. , 3Sl2.J:s 

(MdiiHilon(JI.) Element, treatise. 2d cd. 1825. 4024.17 
Goethe [j. W. von). Ber Newtonische Optik. [/n /u« Works, v.38. 

1840.] 7116.19 

Helmhottz {II.) Recent progress of the theory of vision. [In his 

Popular lectures, 1873-] 3915.1G 

Contents .- The eye as an optical instrument, the sensation 

of sight, perception of sight. 
llerschel (J. F. W.) Ou sensorial vision. [In his Familiar lec- 
tures, 1867.] 3913.20 

Lawid (A. ) L'optique et les arts. 1869. . . 4024.07 
Marion [F.) Wonders of optics. 1869. . .40.5.18 

Miolon (7.) Opticks. 1V04 4028.07 

Nugent (i,'.) Optics : light and sight. 1870. 4024.00 
Potter (li.) Elementary treatise. 2 v. 18.51.4024.15 

Same. Parti, ad ed. 1865. . . .4024.15 

Sully {J.) Question of visual perception in Germany. [In Mind. 

V. 3. 1878 ; 2 art.] 

Wells [W. V.) Essay upon single vision with two 

eyes. 1818 4022.-. 6 

«gp See also Medicine [Eye. p. 758) ;— Arts ( C'se/ul : Pha- 
toijraphy, p. 46) ;— Astronomy [Telescope, p. 55); — Micro- 
scope (p. 776); — Kaleidoscope (p. 659); — Stereoscope ; 
Fine arts \Colors. p. 540 ; — Perspective, p. 541); — Philosophy 
(Perception : external, p. 858). 

Color Blindness. 
Henry {J.) Color-blindness. [In Sm. report, 1877.] . . 3936.32 

IVote. — From the Princeton rev.. 1845. 
Holmgren (H.) Color-bliudniss in its relation to accidents by 

rail :md sea. [In Sm. report, 1877.] 3936,32 

Jeffries [B. J.) Color-blindness : its dangers and its 

detection. 1879 4323.35 

See also Atlantic mo., v. 26, 1870 (by H. C. AngeU). 

Color Sense. 
Allen (G. ) The color-sense ; its origin and develop- 
ment : essay in comparative psychology. 4024.30 
WaltaceiA. R.) Culours of plauts and origin of the colour-sense. 

[In his Tropical nature, 1878.] 4737.18 

See also Qii.jour. of science, v. 15, 1878 (.\ctiou of light 
upon the colouration of the organic world). 

10. Observatories- 

Uenry(J.) Physical observatory, (/n Sm, rep., 1870-] .3936.25 

11. Radiomete;. 

Crookes [Wm.) Mechanical action of light : the radiometer. [In 

Quar. jour, of science, v. 12. 1875.] 
— , Molecular physics in high vacua. [In Monthly jour, of feci,. 

June. 1879 ; p. 411436.] 

— Carpenter (W. B.), Reynolds (/'.), Stoney (G. J.,, el at. Radi- 

ometer and its lessons. [In Nature, v. 17, 1878; numer- 
ous articles.] 

See also articles by J. (,1. Stouey and prof. Challis, in 
Philos. mag., 1876 : and by W. H. Stone, in Pop. sci. rev,, 
v. 17, 1878 ; also by W. B. Carpenter and W. Crookes. in 
Niueteenth century, v. 1. 1877, apropos of spiritualism and 
scientific method. 

12. Spectrum Aucdysis, Spectroscope. 

Roscoe {H. E.) Hwi'/ins ( 11'.) and Li,rki/er (X) Spec- 
trum analysis'. 1872 "... 4025-03 

Huggins (11'.) Results of spectrum analysis, applied to the 
heavenly bodies. [In Sm, rep., 1866.J 3936.21 

Lauiiel lA.) The sun ; its chemical analysis. [In Sm. rep., 
1861.] 3930 16 

Lockyer (J. X.) Nature series. The spectroscope and 
its applications. 1873 4024.19 

— Studies in spectrum analj-sis. 1878. . . 4024.26 



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Kosme {IT K) Spectrum analyHis. 18G9. . 4025.05 
tidiellm ( //. ) Spectrum analysis. With notes, by W. 

Hugfiins. 1872 40-.'5.00 

Wutts i)V. M.) Index to spectra. 1872.. . 40JG.15 
Ser also Coutemp. rev., v. 11. 18(;9 ; Ea. rov . v. IIC, 18C2 
(Solar cbemiBtry) ; Frasir's maj;-. v. 72. 180,5 ; Nat. rev., 
V. la, 18C1, or Litlcll, ISfil. V. :i (Light and Bunligbt). 

13. Statics, Dynamics, Hydrostatics, 
and Pueumatics. 

Baker ( J'.) Principles antl practice of statics and dy- 
namics with those of liquids and gases. 402.5.19a 

Same. 1851 4025.19 

Clifford ( W. K. ) Elements of dynamic : an introd. to 
the study of motion and rest in solid and fluid 

bodies. Pt. 1- . 1878- 4023.22 

Pt. 1. Kinematics. 
Lardner (.B.) Mechanics, hydrostatics, elc. 1851. 4022.10 
Mitchell [J. R.) PeuetrativeueBB of fluids and gaaee. [In his 

Five essays. 185U.] 4323.08 

Tail {P. G.) and Steele (IF. J".) Treatise <m dynamics 
of a particle. 4th ed., revised. 187s. .'401t.22 
Taylor {IV. B.) Kiuetic theories of gravitation, [/re Smith re- 
port, 1876.] 3936.31 

Todhunlerd.) Analytical statics. 1858. . . 4012.27 
lV(dson (H. W.) Treatise on kinetic theory of gases. 

1876 4023.12 

Hydrostatics and Pneumatics. 
Besant{W.H.) Elementary hydrostatics. 1870. 4024.10 
Lardner (D.) Treatise on hydrostatics and pneumat- 
ics. 1852 393J.12 



Plateau iJ.) Resoai-choB on the figures of equilibriiiTn of a liquid 
mass witlidrawn from the action of gravity. | In Sm. rep., 

18C;!-C6.] 393(1.18 ; 3930,21 

7hmhnsoii.(t'.) Pneumatics. 1858-59. . . .402.5.21 
Cotili-rils : The atnioftpbere, air-pump, Imrometorfl, tides, 
atnu)Mpheric vibi-atinns and sound. 
Wormrll ( li. ) Elementary course of hydrostatics and 

sound. 187(1 4024.09 

JKg^ See also Arts {I'srful : Mechanics, p. 45(. 

14. Terrestrial Magnetism. 

liache (A. D.) Magnetic survey of rcun, and (iarts of adjacent 
states. (//( Sm, contrib., v. 2, J 3937.12 

— Observ. made at Oirard College, 1840-15. [In Sm. contrib., v, 
11. 13, 14.] 3937.11 

Ilavknrss {W.) Observ, on terrestrial magnetism and on tho 
deviations of tlu^ coni]>:is8eH of tho U. .S. ironclad ISIooad- 
nock (tuiing her cruihC from Phila. to San Fiancisco, hi 
ISC') Ui;. [/;i Smith, contrib., v, 18, 1S72.]. . . . :,9;)7.18 

Ilasson ( U. M. ) Report on the maguctical experi- 
ments made by the commission of the Koyal 
Academy of medicine, of Paris, 1831. I'rom the 
Froueh, with introd. liy C. P. St. Sauveur. 
i8!(; 3814.38 

Knnf [E. K ) Magnet, obwcrv, iu tho Arctic Seas. [In Sm. con- 
trib,, v. 10 ] 3937.10 

L'icke [J.) Observ. on terrestrial magnetism. [In Sm. contrib,, 
V. 3.) 3937.03 

Malteucci (C.) Electrical currents of the earth. [In Sm. rep., 
1869.) 3936.24 

Parker {J. A.) Lectures on polar magnetism. 4011.39 
Sonntag (A.) Observ, on terrestrial magnetism in Mexico. [In 

Sm, contrib., v. 11, 1859,] 3937.11 

Treatise on terrestrial magnetism, E.,1871. 8'^. 4020.13 
See also Ed. rev., v. 136, 1872, or Littell, 1872, v, 4. 



Physics and politics. See Bagehot iWalter), 1873, . . . 5712,14 
Physicus, pseud. Candid exam, of theism. B., 1878. 

8' 3011.11 

Physiognomy. 

— Bruyeres {H.) La phrenologie et la physionomie. 

1847 5431.11 

— Darwin (0.) The expression of the emotions in 

man and animals. 1873 .5431.17 

— Frismell {J. H.) Faces, [In his About the world, 1865 ; p- 94- 

123.] 2525,16 

— - Jacox {F.) British affiuities of the human face. [In his Re- 
creations of a recluse, v. 2, 1870 ; p. 223-261.) . . 2532.29 

— Lavater (J. C.) Essays on physiognomy. Tr. by 

C. Moore. 3 v. 1797 5432,01 

— Mathews [W.) Faces. [7n ftu Great conversers and other es- 

says.) 2636,05 

— Redjield (J. W.) Comparative physiognomy ; men 

and animals. 18,52 5432.04 

Tlieophrastus. Characters ; illus. by physiognom- 
ical sketches. 1831 2544.20, 

- ]Vells {S. a.) Illustrated annuals of phrenology 

and physiognomy. 1865-72. 8 v. in 1. 5431.10 

New physiognomy. 1867 5132,07 

— Woolnolh { T. ) Facts and faces : the connection be- 

tween linear and personal beauty. 1854. 5432.00 
Sec also Fine Arts {Ezpi-ession, p. 543) ;— Eye {Ejcpression 
n/the, p. 453) ;— Noses (p. 821). 

See also Qu, rev,, v. 99, 1866, or Littell, v. 15, 1856. (Phy- 
siognomy of the Immau form). 
Physiography : study of virtue. See Huxley (T. H.) . . 4021.35 

Physiological jpsthetics. See Grant (A,) 5437.06 

Physiology. Sei Medicine (Physiology, p, 764). 
Physiology of the sects. L., 1874. 12°. . .3.584.24 
Piano and Pianoforte-playing, See Music (Pianoforte, p. 798). 
Piatt (John James i. Landmarks and other poems. 
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— Western windows, and other i^oems. New York, 

1869. 16° 1676.16 

— and (S. M. B.) The nests at Washington, and other 

poems. New York, 1864. 16° 1675.33 

Piatt ( Mrs. Louise Kirby, wife of Donn). Bell Smith 
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Piatt (Mrs. Sarah Morgan Bryan). Voyage to the For- 
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— A woman's ]ioems. Boston, 1871. 12°. . . 1676.19 

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Picard (Ernest), .SVf King |E,) French polit. leaders. 1876,3221,17 
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Pichot (Amedee, M.D.) Life and labors of Sir Charles 

Bell. London, 1860. 12° 3016.30 

Picken (Andrew, eil.) The club book : original tales 

by .James, Picken, Gait, etc. N.Y., 18.56. 12°. 155.27 

— Traditionary stories of old families. 2 v. Lon- 

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Pickell (John). Early life of Washington, in connec- 
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Pickens (Andrew), .SVe Herring (J.) and Longacre (.J, B.) Nat. 

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Pickering iCharles). Chronological history of plants : 
man's record of his own existence illustrated 
through their names, uses, .and comp.anionship. 
London, 1879. 4° -1918.14 

— Geogr. distribution of animals and plants. Boston, 

1854.4". [U. S. Exped., V. 15.] . . . 47i8.09 

— On the Gliddon niumiuy-case, [/k Sm. contrib., v, 16.) 3937.16 

— Kaces of man. New ed. ; with analytical synopsis 

of the nat. history of man, by J. C. Hall. Lon- 
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Pickering (Edward C. ) Elements of physical mani- 
pulation. New York, 1873. 8°. . ". . i'riti.QS 

Same. 2d ed. 2 v. L., 1878. 8°. . . 4026.27 

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— I^eseoll ( ir. //.) Life of J. P. [In Mass. hist. soc. 3d s.. 

V. 10, 1849 ; p. 204-224.) 0GI,30 

— Sumner (C) Tribute to P. [In his Orations, v. 2.) 6324.12 

Pickering (Octavius) and TJpham (C. W. ) Life of 
Timothy Pickering. 4 v. B., 1807-73. 8°. 3143.22 
Xole.—y. 1, by O. Pickering ; v. 2-4, by 0. W. D. 

Pickering ( Cbf.Timothy >. Interesting correspondence 
between governor [John] Sullivan and Pickering. 
2d ed. Boston, 1808. 8° In 5093.05 

— Speech in the senate of U. S,, on the resolution offered by 

Mr. Hillhouse to repeal the several acts lajing an embargo. 
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4 V. :5H;!.:i2 

— Herring (J".) and Ltmr/acn; (J. B.) Nat. portr. yall.. v. 1 

isal.j 3217.08 

Pickeit (Charles) and Metcalf (A.) .Vrt of graining. 
With 12 pi. New York, 1872. •l'^. . . . :SU37.3:j 

Pickett (Wui. Vose). New .systeiii of architecture, 
founded on the forms of nature, and devulo])ing 
the properties of metals [iron, cfc] London, 
1815. 8° 13]:i.:30 

Pickett's meu. .SVi' Harrison (W.) 1870 nai.ll 

Pickmaa (\Vm. Bawliu.s). Late proceedings iu St. Peter's parish, 
.S.ilem, relative to tlio rectorship. Bostou, 1865, 8°. G05.U1 

Pickmere (John ilichardi. Being, analytically de- 
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relations.- London, 1851. 1° r)Jil8.U 

— Oa the propriety of midwives, instead of surgeons, practisiiig 

midwifery. [A<t Pamphleteer, v, 28.) 6058.28 

Picnic papers. Ed. by C. Dickens. 3 v. London, 

1811. 12° 17i.l8 

Pico clella Mirandola. See Biography (p. 177). 

Pictou (.J. AUanson). The mystery of matter, and 

other essays. London, 1873 3384.23 

Ctmlents : Mystery of matter. Philosophy of iguorauce. 

Faith aud sight. Esseutial nature of religion. Christian 

pantheism. 

— New theories and the old faith. L.,1870.12°. 3585.05 

Contents : The soul's longing after a tiual cause. The 
Qod-consciouBuess in humanity. Inspiration. Infalli- 
bility. Use and abuse of the Bible. Appendix of notes. 
Pictorial book of ballad poetry. L., 1853. 8°. 1G73.07 
Pictorial half-hours. See Knight (Charles). 4 v. in 2. 1851. 1452.01 
Pictorial handbook of mod, googr. See Bohn (H. G.) 18G1. 932.02 
Pictorial hist, of the Hussian war, 1854-6. Philadel- 
phia, 1857. 8°. 547.02 

Pictura piL-turfB ; a poem. See Reads (0.) ' 1871. . . . 1681.17 
Picture gallery of the nations. UmonA London, 

1870. 4" 923.15 

Picture logic. See Swinbourne (A.) 1877 512S 43 

Picture of St. John. .Vce Taylor (B.) 1866. ..... 1692.19 

Picture of slavery iu the U. S. See Bourne (G.) .... 5831.28 

Pictures ;md painters. Essays upon art : the old masters and 

modern artists. New York, 1849. 12' 5091.07 

Pictures from Sicily. See Bartlett (W. H.) 18G9. . . . 971^23 
Pictures from the battle-fields. By the ' Koving 
Englishman.' London, 185G. 1G°. . . 992.0;) 
Pictures of Gorman life. .S'ire Freytag (G. von). 1862. . 640.14 
Pictures of Hungarian life. [<inon.'\ By the author 
of ' Flemish interiors,' eic. L., 1869. 12'. 965.22 
Pictures of life and character. 5eeLeech(J.) 4 v. . . 1456.11 
Pictures of life in camp and field. .Str Taylor (B. F.) . 644.21 
Pictures of the French. See Janin (Jules), ami o//i»ers.l840. 963.01 
Pictures of the Quakers. .S'l-; ElUs (.l/rs. S. S.) 2 v. 1858. 183.12 
Pictures of travel. See Heine (Heinrich). 1863. . . . 942.14 
Pictures of travel in south of France. See Dumas (A) 1851. 963.10 
Picturesque (in art). See Fine arts (Pieturesque, p. 547). 

Picturesque 'America. Ed. by Wm. C. Bryant. 2 v. 
New York, 1872. 4° 1136.06 

Picturesque 'representations of the dress of the 
English, [anon.] London, [Isll.] S''. . 6625.19 

Piddiugtoii (Henry). Sailor's horn-book for the law 
of storms. London, 1869. 8° 4517.04 

Pidgeou (Wm.) Traditions of De-Coo-Dah, and anti- 
ipiarian researches. N. Y., 1853. 8^ . 557.03 

Pieces of a brokeu-dowu critic. See Brisled (0. A.) . . 2517.09 

Piedmont. See Countries [I'iedmont, p. 359j. 

Pierce. See also Pearce ; — Pears ; — Peirce. 

Pierce (G. H.) Examination of drug.s, medicines, 
etc. Philadelphia, liisa 12° 4216.40 

Pierce (Edward L. ) Memoir and letters of Charles 
Sumner, v. 1-2. Boston, 1877. 8°. . . 3168.22 

Pierce (Gilbert A. ) The Dickens dictionaj-y : a key 
to character and incidents. AVith additions, by 
W. A. Wheeler. Boston, 1872. 12°. . . 174.11 

Pierce (W. Timbrell). Treatise on practical solid or 
descriptive geometry : embracing orthographic 
projection aud perspective. L., 1873. 4°. 4014.23 

Pierce Penniless'ssnpplication to the devil. See Nash (T.) 1756.12 

Pierce the ploughman's crede, 1394. App. God si>ede 
the plough, 1500. Ed. by W. W. Skoat. London, 
1867. S\ [Early Eng. text HOC, no. 30.] 7913.11 
Nole.^The authorship of this work is sometimes as- 
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Same, r With Langland (Wm.) 'Vision ; ed. by T. WriRlit. 

v. 2. 1856 1676.07 

Pierer(H. A.) Universal-Lexicon. 19 v. Altenburg, 
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Pierotti (Krmetc). 'Jerusalem explored. Tr. by T. 

Ci. Bonney. 2 V. London, 1864. 4°. . 1057.01 
Pieipout (John). Airs of Palestine, and other poems. 

Boston, 1840. 12° 1676.04 

— Sermon preached at Newburyport, October, 20, 1823. 2d ed. 

Cambridge, 1824. 8° 3581.26 

.See Chris, examiner, Nov., 1806 ; p. 374-388 (by 0. A. Cum- 

miugs). 
Pierre de St. Audemar. De coloribus facicndis. [In Mcrrifield 

{Vrs.M.V.i Original treatises, e^c.) 1122.01 

Pierrepont (Edwards). Letter to eonator Shenuan on the tjiiau- 

.-.-.s. New York. 1874. 8" 5937.12 

Piers Ploughman (Vision of), .sv,; Langland (Wm.) . . 
Pierson (Hamilton Wilcox). American missionary 

memorial. New York, 1853. 8°. . . . 3147.08 

— Private life of Th. Jefferson. N.Y., 1862. 8'. 3092.05 
Pieters (Charles). Anuales de I'imprimerie elseviri- 

(^nnc. Gand, 1851. 8° 2765.05 

Pielro (Guido di). &e Oliphant (J/rs. M. O. W.) Makers of Flor- 
ence. 1876 637.21 

Pietzker (M. A.) From peasant to prince : the life 
of Alexander Menschikoff. From the Hussian. 
London, 187U. 16° 3122.27 

Pigafetta (Francesco Antonio, and othces). First voy- 
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Tr. by lord Stanley of Alderley. London, Jlak- 
lui/t soc, lull. 8°. . . 913.20 

Same. (/« Pinkerton. 'Voyages, v. 11.) .... 926.11 

Pigeons. See Birds [Ftgefnis, p. 216) ; also Fuiton (U.) Illua- 
tratcd book of pigeons. Ed. by L. Wright. (1876.J 6137.2* 

Piggot (A. .Snowden). Chemistry and metallurgy of 
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Piggot (John). Persia, ancient and modern. Lon- 
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Pigmies (The) and the pi-iests : a ballad of the times of enchant- 
ment. New York, 18G3. 12° 1675.40 

Pignotti (Lorenzo). History of Tuscany. [To 1537.] 
With memoir of the Medici, by J. Browning. 
4v. London, 18-26. 8° .534.05 

Pigot (Richard). Moral emblems, with aphorisms, 
adages, and proverbs, from Jacob Cats and Robert 
Farlie. With illus. by J. Leighton. London, 
1860. 4° 1446.21 

Pigott (Grenville). Scandinavian mythology. Lon- 
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Pike (James S. ) First blows of the civil war : ten 
years of preliminary conflict, 1850-60. NewY'ork, 
1879. 8° 635.22 

— The new Puritan : New England two hundred years 

ago ; some account of Robert Pike, who defended 
the quakers, resisted the clerical domination, and 
opposed the withcraft persecution. New York, 
1879. 12° 3143.21 

— The ijrostrate state : South Carolina under negro 

government. New York, 1874. 12'. . . 1132.18 

Pike (Luke Owen). The English and their origin. 

London, 1866. 8° 466.25 

— History of crime in England, v. 1-2. London, 

1873-76. 8° 5828.07 

Pike (Nicolas). Sub-troiJical rambles in the land of 

the Aphanapteryx. Island of Maurititts. New 

York, 1873. 8° 1066.08 

Pike (Richard). Romanism : sermon, Dorchester, July 10. and 

30. Boston, 1854. 8° 3546.27 

Pike (Robert,//-, and Wm. C.) Mnemonics. Boston, 

1846. 8° . 5518.27 

Pike (Samuel) and Hajrwrard (S.) Religious cases of 
conscience. Glasgow, 1804. 8°. ... 3584.19 
Pike {Major Zebulon Montgomery). Account of ex- 
peditions to the sources of the Mississippi, Ar- 
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1805-07. Pliil., 1810. 12° 1115.13 

Pike. See Amusements (FisluTig and angling, p. 25): — Fish (p. 549). 

Pike County ballads. .Sfc Hay (John). 1871 1645.26 

Pilar {Prnf. George). Revolutions of crust of the earth. [In 

Sm. report, 1876.] 3936.31 

Pilgrim-memories. -Vee Glennie (J. Stuart-) 1045.16 

Pilgrim aud the shrine. See Maitland (Edward). 1871. 3584.21 
Pilgrim of beauty, aud other poems. .S'f': Mullen (S.) 1845. 1673 31 

Pilgrim's progress. *■■• Bunyan (John). 1847 3558.09 

Pilgrims wallet. .See Haven (Gilbert). 186G 942.13 

Pilgrimage to the land of Burns, [anon.] London, 

1822. 8° 953.28 

Pilgrimage to the land of the Cid. .See Ozanam (F.) 1875. 982.26 

Pilgrimage to Treves in 1844. .S-«' Anthon (0. E.i 1845.. 964.06 

Pilgrims of Plymouth. .S'-c Countries [Rhjmnu'h, p. 3.79) ; also 

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Filkiiif^toa (Matthew). General dictionary of painters, 
Irom 12'M. With introd. by A. Cunningham. 
New ed., by K. A. Davenport. L., 1852. 8°. 141.-).08 

Pillars of Hercules. See Urquhart (David). 1850, . . . 985.11 

Pillory. 

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— D'fo.{D.) Hymn to tllo. [/n /lis Works, ISGO.] . . . 50W.14 
Pilpay. ,See Bidpai (p. lOK) ; .i/s<. Anvar-i-Suhaili (p. 30). 

Pim (Bedford). Dottings on the roadside, in Pana- 
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Pinokard (George). Notes on the West Indies ; in- 
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Guiana, and the Indians of South America. Lon- 
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Pincltney. Se<' also Pinltney. 

Pinckney (Charles). Observ. ou the federal constitution, with 
a sketch of his life, [/li Moore (F.) Anier. eloqueuce, v. 1, 
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Pinckney (Charles Coteswortb). Sec Herring (.J.) and Longacre 
(.1. B ) Nat. portr. gallery, V. 4, 1839 3247.11 

Pincltney (Thomas). 5fc Herring (J.) rtm? Longacre (J. B.) Nat. 
portr. gallery, V. 4. 1839 3247.11 

Pindar. Extant odes, tr. into English [ijrose], with 
introd. and notes, by Ernest Myers. L., 1871. 
12° 1G7C..0,^ 

— Odes. Literally tr. into English prose, by D. W. 

Turner. Adjoined, a metrical version by A. 
Moore. L., Sohn, 18.52. 12° 1676.09 

— Odes. English prose, with explan. notes ; added 

West's Dissertation on the Olympic games. Ox- 
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— Odes. Tr. [into English verse], by C. A. Wheel- 

wright. N. Y., 1853. 18° 1670.10 

— Odes. West's poetical translation. [In Ohalmers (A.) Engl. 

poets. V. 13. 1810.J 1626.13 

— Morice (F. D.) Pindar. 1879 1676.0U 

.See Eraser's mag., v. 80, 1869 ; North Brit, rev., y. 43, 
1865 ; West, rev., v. 98, 1872. 

Pindar (C. L. ), psead. Alleghania, or praises of 
American heroes. Phila., 18(;8. 12'. . 1676.11 

Pindar (Peter), pseud. ,See Wolcott (John) 1695.22 

Pine forests and hacmatack clearings. S'ee Sleigh (A. W.) 
1853 11.53 25 

Pinelli ( Bartolomo). * Nuova vaccolta di oinquanta 
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Pinkerton (John). Essay on medals. Illustrated. 
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— General * collection of voyages and travels. 17 v. 

London, 1808-14 4° 926.01 

Note.— Fov Contents see Geography, travels, etc. (p. 570). 
Pinkerton (Robert). Russia : past and present. 

London, 1833. 8° 995.10 

Pinkney. See also Pinckney. 

Pinkney (Wm.) Speech in the case of tlie Nereide. Speech ou 

the Missouri question. Sketch of his life, [/n Moore (F.) 

Anier. eloquence, v. 2, 1858.] 632.5.04 

dtf" For lives of \V. Pinkney. see Biography, p. 1.87 ; also 

Herring (J.) ami Longacre (J. B.) Nat. portr. gallery, v. 3. 

18.16 3247.10 

Piiuiock (Wm.) History of England made easy. Lon- 
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Pluto I Erasmus), pseud. Ye outside fools ! Glimpses 
inside the London stock exchange. N. Y., 1877. 

12° 5922.33 

Pioneer biography. &« McBride(.T.) 1869-71 3247.19 

Pioneer boy. (Abraham Liucolu.] By Thayer (W. M.) 1863. 3113 15 

Pioneer history. .See Hildreth (S. P.) 1848 012.18 

Pioneer women of the West. See Ellet IMiss E. F.) 1852. 6822 02 
Pioneering in the Pampas. .See Seymour (R. A.) 1870. 1164.20 
Pioneers and founders. .See Yonge (C. M.) 1871.. . .3447.22 
Pioneers of civilization. London, 1809. 10^ 3261.14 
Pioneers of France in the new world. See Parkman (Francis ) 

1805 564.10 

Pioneers, preachers, e/c. .See Milburn (W. H) 1800. . 1114.18 

Piosseus ( Chec. de). Memoires de la regence de 

[Philippe], due d'Oideans, durant la minorite de 

Louis XV. [1715-1723.] Hay e, 1736. 16°. 3111.22 

Piotro-wski (Rufini. My escape' from Siberia. Tr. by 

E. S. London, 1863. 8' 10'24.16 



Piozzi (Hester Lynch). Anecdotes of Samuel John- 
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Piper (G. O.) The Tree of life, {/n Journal of sacred lit., Jan., 
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Pirie (Win. K., D.D.) Constitution, powers, and pro- 
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Pistol (The) as a weapon. N. Y., 1875. 10°. 4515.35 

Pistolesi (Erasmo). * 11 Vatieano descritto ed illus- 
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Pitcairn's Island. See Countries, etc. IPUcairn's Island, p. 3.59). 

Pitkin (Timothy). Political .and civil hist, of the 
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Pitman (Benn). First phonetic reader. Cincinnati. 
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Pltray (Mine, la vicomiesse Olga de ; n(e de S^gur). 
Les enfants des Tuileries. 2e ed. Paris, 1869. 
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Pitt (Christopher). Poems. Life, by S. Johnson. 
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Pitt (Wm., the elder, earl of Clialham). Speeches. 1730-78 : with 
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Pitt (Wm., the yowKjer). Speeches. [1781-1805.] 4 v. 

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Pitti (L'imperiale e reale galleria). Illustrata per 
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Pitts-street Chapel lectures. Deliv. in Boston. 18.58. 

1858. 12° 358.5.07 

Note, — For Contents see Bibl. and relig. lit. (Denominations 
and sects, p. 83.) 

Pittsburgh, {Pa.) See Countries il'itlsburgh, p. 359). 

Pittston, [Maine). See Countries [I'ittston, p. 359). 

Pitzer (A. W. ) Christ, the teacher of men. Phila., 
1K77. 12° 3582.06 

— Ecce Deus-homo. [c(»m!.] Phil, 186.8. 12°. 34'22.00 

Pius IX. (pope). .See Biography (p. 187) ; also Judgments of God 
upon tiie uatiiiiis. Pins ix the last of the popes. 185.5. 
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June. 1877 

Pizarro (Francisco). .See Biography (p. 188). 

Place (.1/r. — ). An hypothetical notion of the plague. London. 
1721. 12' 7n 4334.19 

Place (Benj., pseud, of Edward Thring). Thoughts 
on life-science. London, IHIJO. 12°. . . 3585.09 

Place (A) in thy memory. See De Kroyft (S. H.) 18.50. . 2.521.24 

Plagiarism. Saumieis {F.) Salad for the Social. 1856 ; p. 359- 

399 2.542.11 

.See also Literature, {Literary coincidences, p. 703) ; cdso 
Fraser's mag., v. 6, 1861 (The age of plagiarism) ; Macm. 
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Plague (The). .Se.' Medicine {Plague, p. 765):— Epidemics (p. 758). 
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of Defoe (' History of the plague of Loudon ') ; Ainsworlh 
(■Old St. Pauls') ;— Manning ('Cherry and Violet ■ . 

Plain talks on familiar subjects. .See Holland (.1. G.) 1860. 2532.06 

Plain-dealing : or, full examination of a treatise, intituled. Hu- 
mane reason. By.^.SI. [anon.] Cambridge. 1675. 32'. 3541.03 

Plain directions for shooting on the wing. By an 

gamekeeper. [r(rt.)n.] N. Y., 1873. 16'\ 1615.32 
Plain thnuKhts ou theartotliving. .See Gladden (W.) 1868. 3511.06 

Plains of the great west. .See Dodge (U. I.) 1133.'27 

Planche ((iustave). Etudes sur les arts. Paris, 

1855. 1'2° 1431.22 

Contents: liubens. Rembrandt. Le Correge. Perin. 

Ingres et Delacroix. Mozart. Beethoven. Meyerbeer. 
-- Etudes sur I'ecole fran(;aise (1831-1852). Peinture 

et sculpture. 2 v. Paris, 1855. 12°. . . 1431.20 
Planche (F. H'A.) Guess me: enigmas, charades, 

dr. London, [1872.] 16° 4011.15 

Planche (J.anies Robinson). The conqueror and his 

companions. 2 v. London, 1874. S°. . 4.54.26 

— Bayenx tapestry. [In Journal of Brit. arch. ass., v. 23.] 1462.02 

— Cyclopiedia of costume, or dictionary of dre.ss. 

London, 187.5. 4' 6026.10 



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872 



PLANCHE - PLATO 



■ — Fairy tales by Perranlt and others. Translated. 
London, 18G1). 12° 185.28 

— Naval vmiiortn of Gr. Britaiu. |/?tJournal ni' lirit.arch. a«H., 

V.2.] 1401.02 

— [PlayH.] .SVe Plays (alphabetical arrangfinu-nt). 

— Tapestry of the iiiiildle ayes. [In Journal of Brit. arch. asB.. 

V. 12.] 14(11. 1'J 

— Pursuivant of arms ; or heraldry founded upon 

facts. London, 1870. 12^ G621.21 

— Rc^al records : or, coronations of the queens reg- 

nant of England. L., 18:J8. \(V. . . . 0612.02 

— KecoUoctions and reflections : a professional auto- 

biography. 2v. London, 1872. 8^ . . 314G.23 
_ — Same. [Abridged.'\ Personal reminiscences. Ed. 

by R. H. Stoddard. N. Y., 1874. W. . 3251.14 
Planchi'^ (Misa M. A.) Sec (in Fiction),Mackarness (Mrs. M. A.) 

p. T)!)! of CutJilogue. 
Planchette : tlic despair of science. See Sargent (Epes). 3815.10 

Planchette's diary. -Stfc Field (Kate). 18G8. 3815.12 

Planet (The) : a song. .SVe Best (Larry). 1HC9. . . .1614.21 
Planetary and Bt(aiav worlds. AV^' Mitchell (O. :M.) 18C7. 4016.16 
Planets. .S'-''^ Astronomy. (Ptanrts, p. 54). 
Plant form. .SVr- Fine arts (Plant form, p. 540 ^—Foliage, drawing, 

p. 543). 
Planter's plea ; or grounds of plantation in New England exam* 

ined, 1030. [/?i Force (P.) Tracts, v. 2.J . . . . 5177.09 
Plants. See Botany. 
Plat ( Sir Hugh). The jewel house of art and natnre. 

London, IG53. 12^^ 3921.20 

Plate river. See Countries, etc. [Argentine Republic, p. 291). 
Plateau (Joseph). Kt-seaiches on the figures of equilibrium of a 

liquid mass withdrawn from the action of gravity. {In 

Sm. rep.. 1863-66 ] 393C.18 

Plato against the atheiste. See Lewis (Tayler). . . . 3561.21 
Plato, ( Greek philosopher, b. c, 429-347). Best 

thoughts. Compiled from Jowett's transl. of the 

Dialogues, by C. H. A. Bulkley. N. Y., 1876. 

8*^ 542G.02 

— Banquet ;— Ion, or of the Iliad ; — Fragments from the Repub- 

lic. Tr.by P. B. Shelley, in his Essays, v. 1, 1852. . 2543.01 

— Dialogues. Tr. with analysis and introd.,_by B. 



Jowett. 4 V. 



AUibiadea i., v. 4. 
Apology. V. 1. 
Charniides, v. 1. 
Cratylua, v. 1. 
(Jritias. v. 2. 
Crito, V. 1. 
Euthydenius, v. 1. 
Euthyphro, v. 1. 
tiorgias, v. 'i. 
Uii)pia8 minor, v. 4 



5425.20 



Philebus, v. 3. 
Protagoras, v. 1. 
Republic, v. 2. 
Sophist iThe), v. 3. 
Statesman (The). v.3. 
Symposium, v. 1. 
Theaetetus, v. 3. 
Timaeus, v. 2. 



Presb. qu. 

V. 131. 1871 



N. Y., 1871. 
Contents. 

Index to 1-4, v. 4 

Ion, V. I. 

Laches, v. 1. 

Laws. (The), v. 4. 

Lysis, V. 1. 

Menexenus, v. 4. 

Meno, V. 1. 

Parmenides, v. 3. 

Phaedo, v. 1. 

Phaedrus, v. 1. 
JV')/('.— .Reviewed in Ed. rev., v. 134, 1871 
rev., Jan., 1872 (by Tayler Lewis) : Quar. rev. 
or Littell, 1872, v. 1. 

— Gorgias. [Greek text.] "With Engl, notes, introd., 

dc, by W. H. Thompson. L., 1871. 8^ [Long's 
Bibl. class.] 7763.12 

— Opera. Ex recensione R. B. Hirschigii [et] C. E. 

Ch. Schneider!. Gi'fece et Latine, cum scholiis et 
indicibus. 2 v. P., Didot, 1856, 46. 8^ 7766.07 
Contents. 

Eryxias. 

Sysiphua. 
Epiuomis, v. 2. 
Epistol*, V. 2. 
Erastip, v. 1. 
Euthydenius. v. 1. 
Euthyphro. v. 1. 
Gorgias, v. 1. 
Hipparchus, v. 1, 
Hippias major, v. 1. 
Hippias minor, v. 1. 
lo, v. 1. 
Laches, v- 1. 
Leges, v, 2. 

[Greek text.] With Engl, notes and 

bv W. H. Thompson. L., 1868. 8°. 

[Long's Bibl. class.] ..„„... 7763.13 

Plutonic dialogues for Engl, readers. By W. Whe- 

well. 3v. Cambr., (fii;//.), 1860-Gl. VJ."-. 5425.13 

Contents : v. 1. Laches, Charmides, Lysis, The rivals. 

First Alcibiades. Theages, Clitophon, Meno, Euthyphro, 

Apology. Crito. Phaido. 

2. Protagoras. Tho greater Hippias, The lesser Hip- 
pias, Ion, Euthydemus, Gorgias, Phiedrus, Meuexenus, 
Philebus. 

3. The Republic, The Tirareus. 
iVV,/,;. —Reviewed in Winslow's Jour., v. 13, 18G0. 

Republic. Tr. with anal., and notes, by J. L. Da- 
vis and D.J.Vanghan. 4th ed. L., 1868.16"''. 5715.18 



Alcibiades i.. ii..v. 1. 
Apologia Socratis , 

v. 1. - 
Charmides, v. 1. 
Civitas, V. 2. 
Convivium, v. 1. 
Cratylus, v. 1. 
Critias. v. 2. 
Crito. v. 1. [v. 2. 

Dialogi subditivi : 

Axiochiis. 

De justo. 

Definitionos. 

DemodocUB. 

- - Phtedrus, 
dissert. 



Lysis, V. 1. 
Menexenus, V. 1. 
Meno, V. 1. 
Minos. V. 1. 
Parmenides, v. 1. 
Phaedo, v. 1. 
Phaidrus, v. 1. 
Philebus, v. 1. 
Politicus, v. 1. 
Protagoras, v. I. 
Sophista, v. 1. 
The.T'tetus, v. 1. 
Theages, v. 1. 
Tim:eu8, v. 2. 



■ — De Quince]/ (T.) Plato's republic. [In AuHist. and crlt. 

esBayn, V. 1, 1853.: p. 177-2:10.] 2622 07 

■ Sophistes : a dialogue on true and false teaching. 

Tr. with notes, and introd. on ancient and mod- 
ern sophistry, by R. W. Mackay. London, 1868. 

12^^ 5425.19 

Works, literally tr. by H. Gary, H. Davis, and G. 
Burgos. 6v. London, i^Vm, 1854. 12°. 5415.17 
Contents. 



Alcibiades. first, ou virtuous 
conduct, and second, ou pray- 
er. V. 4. 

Apology of Socrates, v. 1. 

Banquet (The), or on love, v. 3. 

Charmides, on Sound-minded- 
nese, v. 4. 

Clitoi^ho, hortatory, v. 4. 

CratyluB. on the rectitude of 
names, v. 3. 

Critias, v. 2. 

Crito. or the duty of a citi- 
zen, V. 1. 

Epistles. V. 4. 

Euthydemus, the vain trifling 
of the sophists, v. 3. 

Euthyphion, on holiness, v. 1, 

Gorgias. or of rhetoric and of 
political power, v. 1, 

Hipparchus. on avarice, v. 4. 

Hippias major, ou the beatitiful, 
and Hippias minor, of false- 
hood, v. 4. 



Ion, on poetry v. 4. 

Laches, ou fortitude, v. 4. 

Laws, v. 5. 

Lysis, on friendship, v. 1. 

Menexenus, praiKCS of Atheni- 
ans who died for their coun- 
try, V. 4. 

Meno, or respecting virtue, v.3. 

Minos, or on law, v. 4. 

Parmenides, on idealities, v. 3. 

Phanlo. or the iiuniortality of 
the soul, V. 1. 

Phied rus, on love and the beau- 
tiful, V. 1. 

Philebus. ou greatest good.v. 4. 

ProtagiuaB. or .SophistH, v. 1. 

Republic, v. 2. 

Rivals, on lahilosopby, v. 4. 

Sophist (The), v. 3. 

Statesman (The), v. 3. 

Theages. divine monitor, v. 4. 

The;etetus, or on bcience, v. 1. 

Timjeus, on nature, v. 2. 



Doubtful Works, attribttted to Plato, 



Axiochus. or on death, v. 6. 
Definitions, v. 6. 
Demodocus, v. 6. 
Epiuomis, or philosopher, v. C. 
Eryxias, or on wealth, v. G. 
Justice, V. 6. 



Sisyphus, or upon taking coun- 
sel, V. 6. 

TiinaeuB the Locrian on the 
soul of the world, and on 
nature, v. G. 

Virtue, v. 6. 



Biographical and Critical TUustraOoTis of Plato. 



Apuleius. Doctrines of P., v. 6. 
Albinus. Introd., v. 6. 
Alcinous. Introd., v. G. 
Diogenes Laertius. Life, v. 6. 



Gray (Thomas). Notes, v. G. 
Hesychius of Miletus. Life i^f 

Plato, v. 6. 
Olympiodorus, Life of P.,v. 6 



— Ackermann (C. ) Christian element in Plato and 

the Platonic philosophy. Tr. by S. R, Asbury. 
1861 5425,16 

— Albinus aiid Alcinous. Introd. [In Bohn's ed., v. 6.] . 5415.22 

— Apuleius. Doctrines of P. {In Bohn's ed., v. i^.] . .5415.22 

— Bayne (P.) Plato. [In his Essays, v. 2, 1868 ; p. 235-259.] 2513.05 

— Blackie {J. S.) Plato. [In Edinb. essays. 1856 ; p. 1-42.) 2528.05 

— Collirus (C. W.) Plato. 1874. 5124.27 

— Diogenes Laertius. [In his hives, etc. Bohn, 1853.] . 5415.01 

Same. [In v. G of P. 'a works. Bohn's ed.] . . . 5415.22 

— - Emerson (R. W.) Plato, or the philosopher. Plato : new 

read:ngs. I/hAi's Representative men, 1852; p. 43-95.] 2524. U8 

— Gale (T.) Ot reformed philos. [In his Court of the gentiles. 

l>t. 4.] 35.''>4.10 

— Groie{G.) Plato and the other companions of So- 

krates. 3 v. mid Index vol. 18tJ5, . . 5425.09 
Reviewed, Ed. rev., v. 123, 1866 (by J. S.Mill); Fortn. rev., 
V. 2, 1865 (by G. H. Lewes) : Eraser's mag., v. 73. 186G (by 
Wm. Whewell) ; Macm. mag.. July, Aug.,18G5 (by A. Bain) ; 
N. Brit., rev., v. 43, 1865 ; Qu. rev., v. 119, 1866 ; Westm. 
rev., V. 84, 1865. 

— Hampden (R. D.) Inhis Fathers of Greek philos. 1862. 5413.22 

— Hesychius. Life of P. [In Works, Bohn's ed., v. 6.J . 5415.22 

— Huidekoper (F.) Judaism at Rome, b.c, 76 to a.d. 140 ; p. 

568-579, 1876 3464.14 

— Lewis (,r.) Plato against the atheists, or the 10th 

book of the Dialogue on laws. 1845. . 35G5.21 

— King (T. S.) P.'s views of immortality, [In his Patriotism. 

etclHtii.] 3564.12 

— Martineau (J.) Plato : his physics and metaphysics. [In his 

Essays, v. 2, 1868 ; p. 355-410.] 2535.18 

i\^o(e.— Repr. from Nat. rev., v. 12, 1861. 

— Ogilvie (J". ) Theology of Plato, compared with ori- 

ental and Grecian i^hilosophers. 1793. 54'J5.25 

— Olympiodorus. Life of P. [/7i Works, i^oftn's ed.. v. 6.] 5415.22 

— Plutarch. Platonic questions, [hi his Morals, v. 5. p. 425- 

441).] 5435.30 

— Rapin (R.) Comparison between Plato and .\ri8totle for 

philosophy, [hi ?iis Crit. works, v. 1, 1706.] . . 5064.11 

— Rogers (II.) P. and Socrates. [In Ed. rev., Apl., 1848.] 

— Saisset iE.) Christianity and Platonism. [In his Essay on 

relig. philos., v. 2 ; p. 242-246.] 3588.09 

— Schleiermacher (K K D.) Introd. to Dialogues. 

From the German, by W. Dobson. 1836. 5415.23 

— Smythe {0. B.) Christian metaphysics, or Plato. 

Malebranche, and Giobeiti. 1851. . . 5426.07 

— JV'"S(J'-)I*i^se'*'^^'io"^- Tr. by T. Taylor. 2 v. 1804. 5424.13 

— JVhewell (Wm.) Plato's Theory of ideas. Survey of the sci- 

ences. Notion of dialectic, Intellectual powers. [In his 
Philos, of discov., 18G0 ; p. 403-448.] 4024.00 



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PLATO PLAYS 



873 



Zeller (K) Plato and tho older academy. Tr. by 
S. F. AUeyne and A. Goodwin. 187G. . O-i'iO.oy 
j8S* See also Ilistonee of philosopliy (p. 852 of Cat.), espe- 
cially the elaborate stutlies iu Butler (v. 1);— Ferrior (v. ■2); 
Bitter (v. 2);— Ueberweg (v. 1). 

S''e also Bibl. wacra, Aug.. lHi5 {F. auil the Platouic phi- 
losophy, by prof. D. T. Woolst-y) ; Brit. quar. rev., July, 
1871 ■ Cniitemp. rev., v. 2. 180(J (Myths of P., by B. F. Wcst- 
cott ; 2 arl.) ; v. 7, 18G8 {lufliiL-iico ot' P.'b social ihcoi U'h. 
by E. Zeller); Dubliu uuiv mag,, v. 00. 18G5, or Littcll, 18I!'>. 
V. 4 (Foreshaiiowiugs of chrisiiauity); Fortu. rev., v. H. 
1SG7 (.■\iithentieity of the works of P., by W. L. Blackly ; 
Nov., 1875 (Job and tbo Platouic dialogue ou justice, by 11. 
W. Hoara) ; Journal of spec, ptiilos., v. 4, 1870 (Uegel on 
tUd philosophy of P., by W. T. Harris ; 2 art.) ; v. 0, 1872. 
p 279-283 {Parmenides of P., by S. II. Emery, jr.); April, 
1877, p. 122-128 (Orieutalism of P., by S. S. Hobberd); Mac- 
millau, V. 24, 1871 or LittoU. 1871, v. 3 (Th3 study of P.) : 
N. A rev., July, 1856 (P. iu history); No^Euglauder. v.2H. 
IfiOy {P. '8 conceptiouof asupreruobeiiig.ijy S. J. Dout^lasH); 
V. 34, 1K75 (Platonic theory of ideas, by C. W. Gneru- 
sey): N. Brit, rev., v. 35, 1861 (P. and Christianity); Priiue- 
tou rev., Apl., 1HG4 (The works of P.) ; Qu. rev., v. 12. I8r,2 
(Tho Platouic dialogues) ; v. 12ii, 1866 (Dutch school of 
criticism ou Plato, etc.) ; Presby. rev.. Apl.. 1864. 

Platonists (The Cambridge). In Tulloch (J.) Rational theology 
of England, v. 2. 1872 3447.1(1 

Piatt (J. C.) History of the British corn-lawa. Now York. lK4,'j. 
12". [In Hunt's Library of commerce, v. l.j . . 5927.12 

PlatI (Thomas Pell). Facts respecting certain versions of Holy 
Scripture published by the British and foreign bible so- 
ciety. Loudon, 1827. 8^ [In Pamphleteer, v. 28.] 5058.28 

Plautus (Marcus Accius). Comedies. Tr. into fami- 
litir blank verse, by 13. Thornton. 2d ed. 5 v. 
London, 1769-1774. 8°. 1741.13 



Contents. 



Amphitruo, Amphitryon, v. 1. 
Asiuaria, tho ass dealer, v. 5 
Aulularia. the miser, v. 2. 
Baccbides, the courtezans, v. 5. 
("aptivi. the captives, v. 1. 
Casiua. the lots, v. 5. 
Cistellaria. the casket, v. 4. 
Ciirculio, the parasite, v. 4. 
Epidious, the discovery, v. 3. 
Fragments, v, 5. 
Men.'BGhmi, the twin brothers, 
V. 3. 



Mercator, the merchant, v. 2. 
Miles gloriosus, the braggart 

captain, v. 1. 
Mostellaria, the apparition, v. 3. 
Persa, the I?ersiau, v. 5. 
Poeuulus, tho Carthaginians, 

v. 4. 
Pseudolus. the cheat, v. 3. 
Rudens, the shipwreck, v. 2. 
Stichus, conjugal fidelity, v. 2. 
Trinummus, the treasure, v. 2. 
Truculeutus, tiie churl, v. 4. 



- Comedies,lit.tr.by H.T.lliley. 2v. /foAH,18"i2.1741.10 

— Comoudiin. Ex ed. J. F. Gvonovii ; cnm notis et 

interpretatione. 5 v. L.. Vii/y;7/. 182'J. 8^ 7716.04 



Amphitruo, v. 1. 
Asiuaria. v. 1. 
Aulularia, v. 1. 
Bact^liides, v. 2. 
Captcivei, V. 1. 
Casiua. v. 2. 
Cistellaria. v. 2. 
Curculio. V. 1. 
Epidicus. v. 2. 

— [Comcedia), 



Conlnits. 
Fabularum frag- 

inenta, v. 4. 
Index, v. 6. 
Meuaichmei, v. 2. 
Mercator, v. 3. 
Milosi gloriosus, v. 2. 
Mostellaria, v. 2. 
NotiE, V. 4, 5. 
Pex'sa, V. 3, 



PttMiUlUB, V. 3. 

iVeiidoluB, V. 3, 
Iteccnsus edit,, v. 
HudeUH, V. 3. 
Stichus. V. 4. 
Testinumia, v. 1. 
Trinummus, v. 4. 
Truculentus, v. 4 
Vita, V. 1. 



Lat.ctFr,] Paris, 18G6. 8^ [Nisards 
collection.] 772().or, 

— Collins (IK. L.) Plautus and Terence. 1873. 1711.18 

See also Contem. rov., Nov., 1877 (Charactors of P.. by 

J. DonaUlBcn) ; Fortn. rev., v. 7, 18(;7 (The Uonian Moliert-. 

by W. R. H. Ualstou) : ToutfePs Hislory of Itomau lit., v. 1. 

Play. See Amusements, (lames, rfc. (p. 23.) 

Play-day poems. .Sre Johnson (R., eit.) 1878, .... 1651.32 

Player-Frowd (J. (i. ) Six nioutliH in California. 
London, 1872. 12" 1122.23 

Playfair (John). Works. With memoir, [by J. G. 
Playfair]. 4 v. Edinburgh. 1822 8°. . 50GX01 
Cniiients : v. 1. Memoir. niittoni;m theory of the earth. 
2. View of the progress of mathematical and physical eci- 
euce fince the revival of lettirs. 3. Arithmetic of impoa- 
aible quimtities. Causes which alTect barometrical mcas- 
urenients. Astronomy of tho BrnUmius. Of poriams. 
Trigonometrical tables of the Brahmius. Theorems relat- 
ing to the figure of tho oaith. Solids of gre:itest attrac- 
tiou. Progress of heat in Kpherical bodies. Lithographic 
survey of Schehallien. Clerk's N:ival tactics. 4. Biogr. 
ace. of Matthew Stewart, JameK Huttou, J. Robisou. Jic- 
i^iews of Mudgo's Account of the trigonom. survey of Eng- 
land. Mecbaiu et Delambre's Base du systemo metrique 
deoimal. Laplace's Traite de niec. celeste, Le comptc 
reudu par I'Institut de France. Larabton's measurement 
of an arc of tho meridian. Laplace's Kssai sur lee proba- 
bilites. Baron de Zach'a Attraction dos moutagnes, Kater 
on the pendulum. 

Playfair (Wm.) Political portraits in this new era. 

3v. London, 1813-18U".. 8 321G.14 

Playground of Europe. [Tlie Alps.] .SV.; Stephen (L.) 1871. 982.08 
Plays and players. 5ee Hulton (L.) 1875 1731.13 



PLAYS, ENG-LISH, AND TRANSLATIONS INTO ENG-LISH. 

Note, — For works relating to Eiujlish and foreign Dramatic HtslorJ/, Criticism, Biofjrapht/, and Bihli' 
ography, and to the Morality of the Drama, see Drama (p. 423 of Catalogue), 

Alphabetical List of Plays contained in Collective Works. 

Note. — Each play is entered twice, under author's nanw and under the first tmrd of titl'\ not an article. 

Abbiieviations.— Com. = Comedy. Trag. = Tragedy. Dr. aud Dram. = Dramatic. C. B. T. = Cumberland's British 
theatre. C. M. T. = Cumberland's Minor theatre. F. S. D. =- French's Standard drama. F. M. D. = French's Minor 
drama. Extrav. = Extravaganza. Ent. = Entertainment. 



A'Beckett (Gilbert Abbott). Angelo ; or tho actress of Padua. 
4 acts. /7tF. S. D., V. 22 1772.19 

— Clear case, farce. 1 act. In O. B. T., v. 44 1721.11 

— Figaro iu Loudon, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 45. 1721.12 

— luthe clouds; a glimpse of Utopia, fairy extravaganza. In 

Lacy, V. 100 177;J.10 

— Jack Brag, farce. 2 acts. InO.B.T.. \. 'M. . . .1721.04 

— Last of the legends ; or tho baron, the bride, and the battery, 

psychol. extiav- In Lacy, v. ii9 1773.09 

— ManwithtUecarpet bag, farce. 1 act. /;t C.M.T.,v. 13. 1721.28 

— — Same, //t F. M. D.. v. 40 1771.24 

— Man-Fred, burlesque ballad opera. 1 act In C. M. T., v. 9. 

— Tho meudicant. drama. 2 acts. In C. B. T-, v. 37. . 1721.04 

— The postillion, upera. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 43. . . 1721.10 

— Revolt of the workhouse, burlesque ballet opera. 1 act. In 

C. M. T.. V. 8 1721.'23 

— Roof scrambler, burlesque ballet opera. 2 acts. In C. M. 

T., V. in. . 1721.25 

— Siamese twins, drama. 2 acts. In C. M. T., v. 14. . 1721. 2'J 
Same. In F. M. D., v. 28 1771.18 

— Turned head, farce. 1 act. In C. M. T., v. 13. . . . 1721.28 
Same. iuF. M. D., V. 28 1771.18 

— Unfortuuate Miss Bailey, interlude, 1 act. In CM. T., v. 11. 
Abbe ds TEpee, or the orphan. Sec Kotzebue (.V. F. F. von). 

l&Ul 1732.04 

Abdelazer, or the Moor's revenge. See Behn i^Mrs. A.) Plays, 

V. 2, 1872 5021.05 

Abroad and at home, comic opera. See Holman (J. G.) . 1732 '20 

Absent man, farce. S''€ Roberts (G.) 1773.12 

Achamians. .S"*'^ Aristophanes (p. 36) 1712.71 

Achilles. ^*fe« Gay (Juhu) Plays. 1772 1723 31 



Acis and Galata?a. .STt^e Plowman (T. F.) 1773.01 

Adam ; a sacred drama. .SV-; Andreini (G. B.) . . . . 502G.06 
Addison (Joseph). Cato, tragedy. 5 acts. In British drama, 

V. 1, 1853 1714.09 

Same. iftC. B. T.v. G 1711. OG 

Same. In London stage, v. 2, 1825 1732.18 

Same. In his Wurks. v. 1, 1857 5012.01 

— The drummer ; or the hauuted house, comedy. 6 acts. In 

British drama, v. 2, 1853 1714.10 

Same. /»/u\ Works, V. I, 1857 5012.01 

Adelaide of Wulfiugen, trag. Sec Kotzebue (A. von). . . 1724.22 
Adelgitha ; or the fruits of a single error, trag. .SVe Lewis (M. 

G.) 1721. OG 

Adelphi; or the brothers. See Terentius-Afer (P.) . . 1744.13 
Adopted child, mus. drama. .Scl- Birch (Samuel). . . .1711.29 

Adrienne, the actress. 5i>e Osenford i-I.) 1772.21 

Adventures of a love letter, com. See Mathews {C.) . . 1771.24 

Adventures of five hours. S'C Tuke (S.) 1722.12 

Advice to husbands. .S'"- Lancaster (C. S.) 1771. IS 

.Ethiop (The . .Ses Dimond (W.) 1772.17 

Affair uf honour, farce. .SV'- Kede (W. L.) 1721. 11 

Afiectation.com. -fe' Becket(A.) Dram, rniscel., v. 1, 18:18. 1714.01 

Affected ladies, com. Scr Moliere (J. P. B.) 1733.27 

Afranius. trag. S'c Leavitt (J. M ) 1HG9 1732.12 

Africans (The). .SV- Colman (Genrge. the younger). . . 1721.10 
Agamemnon. See ^scbylus (p. 5 of Catalogue). 
Agamemnon. See Alfieri (Victor). Tragedies, v. 1, 1815. 1712.10 
Agis. .5^c: Alfieri (Victor). Tragedies, v. 3. 1815. . . .1712.12 

Agis, trag. ^';^- Home (J.) Works, v. 1. 1822 5044(11 

Aglaura. See Suckling (J.) Poems, plays, etc.. v. 1. 1874. 1743.17 
Agnes de Vere. .S"*.-'; Buckstone (J. B.) 1773.1G 



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PLAYS : Agreeable surprise /<. Babo. 



Agreeable sm-priso, comic opera. 4'<r O'Kecffe (J.) . . 1711.31 
Aiken ((ieo. L.) rude Tom's cabin. CactB. /?i F.S.D.,v.28.m2.22 
Ajax. .SVf Sophocles. . . . 1714.112 ; ni;l.2lJ ; 1744.111 ; 1713 2:i 
Ajax :iiicl Ul.vsst-B (Cimteution of). Xf Shirley (JanicB). . 1743.08 
Alabama. uautiL-al cxtrava^auza. *S'tt' Morton {.1. M.) . 1733.lt) 
Aladdin • '>r the wonderful lamp, grand romantic spectacle. 2;i('t8. 

/)i C. B. T., V. 3G 1721.03 

.Same, 3 acts, /n F. S. D., v. 25 1772.20 

Aladdin; or wonderful lamp, burleaqiic. O'Neill (I. R.) 1721.15 
Alarming sacrifice, farce. A't:i: Buckstone J. li.) . . . 1771.20 
Alberlus Wallensteiu, trag. Sf'e Glapthorne (H.) PlayB. v. 2. 

1S74 1723.33 

Albion and Albanius, opera. ,?«■« Dryden (J.) Works, v. 7. 1821. 
Albiimazar. coin. acts. See Tomkis [Mr. — ). . . . 1722.07 

Alcaid I'i'he). comic opera. Sr-e Kenney (J.) 1711.08 

Alcestis. Si'f. Eurioides (p. 450 of Catalngiic), 
Alchemist (Tbei. S'acts. .Sfc Jonson (Bon.) Works. 1H.',3. 172.1.27 
Alcibiades, tr.ig. 6 acta. .SVe Otway (T.) Works, v. 1, 1712. 1734.08 
Alexander and Campaapc, com. A't-c Lyly (-John). , . . 1722.02 
Alexander the great : or the rival queens, trag. 5 acts. See 

Lee |Nat,| 1714.10 

Alfred. lr.lg. See Home (J.) Works, v. 2 .1041.02 

Alfred ; or the magic banner. 3 acts. See O'Keeffe {-J.) Dram. 

works. V. 1. 1798. 1731.07 

Alfred the great. See Knowles (J. S.) Dram, works, v. 1. 1732.00 

AU Baba, burlesque. ,S'm O'Neill (I. U.) 1721.15 

Ali Pacha : or the signet-ring, melodrama. 2 acts. In O. B. T., 

V. 11 1711.11 

Alienated ui.inor, com. Oacts. See BaiUie (J.) Works. 1851. 1712.22 
Aline : or the rose of Killarney. .S'ec Stirling (E.| . . .1773.04 
All at C ; or the captive, the coffee, and the cocoatiua, mus. 

melodrama. See MiUett (— ) and Wilcox (— ). . 1773.12 
All at Coventry, mus. farco. ,S'<-e MoncriefTlW. T.) . . 1711.33 
AU lo.iles, com. See Chapman (G.) Dram, works, v. 1. 1873.1713.24 

All tor love, tiag. See Dryden (.lohu) 6012.18 

All in the wrong, com. 5 acts. ,S''c Murphy (.\.) . . . 1711.0U 
All that glitters is not gold. See Morton (T. and 3. M.) 1771.05 
All the world's a stage, farce. S-.c Jackman (I.) 1714.10: 1772.21 
Allen (John H.) Fruits of the wino cup, drama. 3 acts. In 

F. S. D.,v. 45 1772.30 

Allingham (John Tilli. Fortune's frolic, farce. 2 acts. In 

Brit, drama, V, 1. 1853 1714.09 

Same. In O. B. T., v. 30 1711.30 

Same. /i> F. M. D.. v. 18 1771.13 

Same, /u London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

— Mrs. Wiggins, farce. 1 act. /n C. B. T., v. 29. . .1711.29 

— The weathercock, farce. 2 acts. /« C. B. T., v. 18. .1711.18 

Same. 2 acts, /ii F. M. D., v. S 1771.05 

The widow : or who wins ? farce. 2 acts. In C.B.T.,v.32.1711.32 

All's lair ill love. See Brougham (John) 1772.18 

Alls well that ends well, com. .S'i;p Shakspere (Wm.) . 1711.18 
Allow me to apologize, farce. See Wooler (.J. P.) . . . 1773.15 
Almanzor and Aliuahide, trag. See Dryden (J.) Works, v. 4. 

1821 6042.17 

Almar (George). Battle of Sedgemoor. 3 acts. In O. M. T., 
V. 13 1721.28 

— Bull-tighter : or the bridal ring, romantic drama. 3 acts. 

In C. M. T., V.14 1721.-29 

— Cedar chest ; or the lord mayor's daughter, romantic drama. 

2 acts. Added, the Silver jialace, or golden poppy. In 
C. M. T., V. 8 1721.23 

— Charcoal burner ; or dropping-well of Kuaresborough. 2 acts. 

/)l 0. M. T. V. 9 1721.24 

Same. /« F. S. D., v. 41 1772.28 

^ Clerk of Clerkenwell ; or the three black bottles. In C. M. 

T., V.7. 1721.22 

— Crossing the line, comic drama. 2acts. /nF.M.D„v.l2.1771.10 

— Don Quixote, mus. drama. 2 acts, /ii C. M. T., v. 14. 1721.'29 
Eail ofpoverty, London wall. 2acts. In C. M. T..v. 14. 1721.29 

— Fire raiser, melodrama, 3 acts. In C. M. T., v. 9. . 1721.24 

— Good-looUiug fellow ; or the Roman nose, farce. 1 act. In 

C. M. T.,v. 9 1721.24 

— Oliver Twist, burlctta. 4 acts. In F. S. D., v. 29. . 1772.22 

— Pedlar's acre ; or wife of seven husbands, drama. 2 acts. 

/» O. M. T., V. 6 1721.20 

— Kobberof the Khiuo. drama. 2 acts. In C.M.T., v. W. 1721.25 
Same. In F. S. D, v. 23 1772.19 

— Rover's bride ; or the bittern'.-^ swamp, romantic drama. 

2acts. /i! C. M. T., V. 11 1721.20 

— Shadow, mother's dream, romantic drama. 3 acts. In C. M. 

T., V. 8 1721.'23 

— Tower of Nesle ; or chamber of death, liist. drama. In 

C. M. T., V. 6 1721.21 

Alone, comic drama. See Simpson (J. P.) and Merivale (H. C.) 

Alonzo. trag. See Home (J.) 'iVorks. v. 2 5041.02 

Alphonsus, emperor of Germany, trag. 5 acts. See Chapman 

(G.) Dram, works, V. 3. 1873 1713.2G 

Alphonsus, king of Arragon. 5 acts. See G-reene (R.) Dram. 

works, V. 2. 1831 1725.05 

Altemlra. trag. *•? Boyle (R.) Dr. works, v. 2. 1739. . 1714.07 

Alzira, trag. .SVc Hill (Aaron) 1714.10 

Alzuma. trag. .S'fc Murphy (A.) Works, v. 1 5057.08 

Amateur dramas. See Baker, Geo. M. (p. 61 of Catalogued 1712.28 
Amateurs and actors. mus. farce i'.f Peake (K.B.) 1711.16; 1771.14 
Ambition ; or Marie Mignot. .5''c Mayhew (T. ) . . .1721.01 
Amboyna ; or the cruelties of the Dutch to the English mer- 
chants, trag. Sec Dryden (J.) Works, v. 6. 1821. . 5042.18 
Ambrose Gwinett, or a sea-sido story, melodrama. See Jerrold 

(Douglas) 1721.23 

Amends for ladies, com. .■?« Field (N.) 18'29 1724 11 

Americans in Paris ; or a game of dominoes, com. 2 acts. In 

F. S. D., V. 27 1772.21 

Amherst (J. A.) Ireland as it is. 3act8. /n F. S. D.. v. 15, 1772.15 



Ammergau PasBioa play. See Drama {Ammergau Pauion play. 

p. 4221. 

Among tlic relics, com. .^ce Palmer (T. A.) 1773.16 

Amoroso, king of little Britain, operatic interlude. See Planche 

(I. U) 1721 10 

Amorous prince. ,9« Behn (;t/r«. A.) Plays, v. 4. 1871.5021.07 
Amorous quarrel, com. ,V't Moliere (,1. B. P.) , . . . 1733.19 
Amorous widow : orwauton wile, com. See Betterton (T.) 3021.18 
Amphitryon ; or tlie two Sosias, com. See Dryden (1.) . 5042.21 
Amphitryon. S'-e Molicre (,1. B. P.) p. 784 of Catalogue. 
Amphitryon ; or .Jupiter in disguise. ,5fe Plautus (M. A.) <'*ome- 

dics. V. 2. 1852 174'.'.03 

Amyntas. ,V.c Randolph (T.) Poet, and dram, works, 1875. 1711.'24 
Ancient Cornish drama. Tr. by E. Norris. 2 v. Oxf.,ia59.8°. 1733.31 
Andreini (( 'io. Battista). Adam, a tacred drama, from the Italian. 

In Cowper (W.| Works, v. 6. 1864 5026.06 

Andrews (M. P.) lietter late than never, com. In London 

stage, V. 3. 17'26 1732.19 

Andria : or the fair Audrian. See Terentins Afer (P.) 

Andromache. ,V,-^;uripides (p. 450). 

Andromana ; or the merchant's wife. See Shirley (,TameB). 1722.11 

Andy lilakc. .S'.r Boucicault (Dion) 1771.11 

Angel of the attic. See Morton (Thomas) 1771.22 

Angelo and the actress of Padua. See Hugo (Victor). . 1721.15 
Animal miiglietism. See Inchbald [ilrs. Eliz.) .... 1771.13 

Anne Blake. See Marston (W.) 1772.25 

Anne Bi'leyn, burlesque extravaganza. .S'eeEdwardes (C.) 1773.07 

Anne B'^leyn. .Sff Boker |G. H. 1714.04 

Anthony and Cleopatra. &r Selby (C. i 1771.17 

Antigone. .V.-.; Alfieri (V.) Tragedies, v. 1. 1815. . . . 1712.10 

Antigone. See Sophocles. 

Antipathies ; or the enthusiasts by the ears. See Paulding (J. 

K.) American comedies. 1847 1734.30 

Antipodes (The), com. See Brome (R.l 1713.22 

Antiquary (The), com. See Marmion (S.) 1722.10 

Antiquary (The), mus. play ; from sir Walter Scott. 3 acts. In 

O B.T., V. 31 1711.31 

Antonio and Mellida. .5«>; Marston (.1.) 1733.02 

Antonius. a dram. poem. •S',',' Heywood (J. C.) ... 1725 10 

Antony and Cleopatra. See Sedley (.S'ir Ch.) 1742.20 

Antony and Cleopatra. See Shakspere (W.) 1721.11 

Anything for a quiet life, com. See Middleton (Thos.) , 1733 14 

Apostate. .S'te Sheil (R. L.: 1772 07 

Apparition (The). See Plautus (M. A.I 1741.15 

Appearance is against them, farce. 2 acts, /n London stage, v. 4. 
Appius and Virginia. See Dennis (J.) Select works, v. 2. 5014.20 

Appius and Virginia. S'e Webster John) 1744.26 

Apprentice, com. See Murphy (A.) Works, v. 2. . . . 5057.09 

Arcadia (The). See Shirley (J.) 1743.07 

Archer (Thomas). Asmodeus. 2 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 27. 1772.21 

Arden of Feversham. ,S'fC Lillo (George) 1732.18 

Arealus and Parthenia. .S',',> Glaptfaome (H.) .... 1723.32 
Arrstippus ; or the jovial philosopher. See Randolph (T.) 1741.24 
Armand ; or the peer and the peasant. See Ritchie (A. C. Mo- 
watt). 1855 1734.01 

Arminius. trag. ,S'?e Murphy (.\.) .5057.14 

AmeCr. A.) Artaxerxes. opera. 2acts. /<i C. B. T.. v. 19. 1711.19 

Arnold (Samuel James). Devil's bridge, opera. 3 acts. In 

C. B. T, V. 42 1721.09 

— Free and easy, musical farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 42. 1721.09 

— My aunt. com. 2 acts. In F. M. D.. v. 38 1771.23 

— Shipwreck, com. opera. 2 acts. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl. 

drama, v. 9. 1821 1734.18 

Arnold and Andre. See Calvert (G. H.) 18i',4 1714.'28 

Art and artifice. See Brougham (John) 1772.22 

Artful dodger, farce. S'e Blanchard (E.L.) In F.M.B..V .39.1771.23 

Artaxerxes. opera. .S'^- Arne (T. .\.| 1711.19 

Artifice (The), com. Sre Centlivre (Mrs. S.) 1714.27 

As you find it. S« Boyle (C.) 1714.07 

As you like it. com. S^e Shakspere (\Vm.) 1771.03 

Ashore and afloat. See Hazlewood (C. H.) 1773.16 

Asinaria ; or the ass-dealer. 5 acts. .?r-c Plautus (M. A.) 1742.04 

Asmodeus. .?« Archer (T.) 177'>.21 

Ass-dealer (The). .Vee Plautus (M. .\.) 1741.17 

Assignation (The) ; or love in a nunnery, com. See Dryden (J.) 
At the court of king Edwin, drama. ,S'''f"Leighlon(W''m.-jr.) 1732.21 
Atalanta ill Calydou, trag. 5ee Swinburne (A. C.) . . . 1692.04 
Atalantis. tale of the sea. .St-. Simms (W.G.) Poet, works, v. 1. 
Atchi. comedietta. 1 act. See Morton (J. M.) .... 1733.16 
Atheist (The) ; or 2d part of the Soldier's fortune. See Otway 

(T.) Works, v. 2. 1712 1734.09 

Athenian captive. See Talfourd (T. N.) 1744.08 

Atonement, drama. S'-e Muskerry (W.) 1773.14 

Attic frtory. farce. ,S'(v Morton (J. M.) 1721.09 

Aulularia'; or the concealed treasure. 5 acts. See Plautus (M. 

A.) Comedies, v. 1. 1852 1742.04 

Aunt Charlotte's maid, fiirce. 1 act. ,S'f-,- Morton (J. M.) 1733.11! 
Aunt Dinah's pledge, drama. 2 acts. See Seymour (H.) 1772.30 
Aureng-Zebe. trag. 5 acts. .5« Dryden (J.) Works, v. 5. 5012.18 
Austerlitz ■ or soldier's bride, melodrama. 3 acts. Haines (J. 

T.) In C. M. T.. v. 14 1721.'J9 

Author (The), com. 2 acts. Sec Foote (S ) Works, v. 1. 1799. 17-24.18 

Avenger (The), melodrama. &eLee(H.) 1772.23 

Awaking, drama. See Clarke (C.) 1771.03 

Away with melancholy, farce. 1 act. .V<v Morton (J. M-1 1733.16 
Awkward arrival, com". 2 acts. .5fc Coyne(J. S.) /ii F.M.D..V.12. 
Ayton (Richard). Rendezvous (The). operett:i. 1 act. In C. B. 

T., v. 17 1711.17 

Same, /n F. M. D.. v. 16 1771.12 

Babo (James Marcus). Dagobert, kingof the Franks, trag. 5 acts. 

In Thompson (B.) German theatre, v. 4. 1801. . 1724.24 
— Otto of Wittelsbach ; or the choleric count, trag. 5 acts. In 

Thompson (B.) German theatre, v. 4, 1801. . , 1724.24 



THE BROOKLYN LIBRARY. 



PLAYS : BacchsB lo Black-eyed Susau. 



875 



Baccha; (TUo|. •'''''■ Eurijiidos (i>. 450). 

Bacchides , or the twiii-HiHlurs. Sre Plautus (IVI. A.) 

Bachelor t)f iirts. ,S'(r Hardwicke (P.) 

Bachelor's bedroom. .Vc' Mathews (C.) .... 
Baillio (Juauiia). Draumtic works, L., 1951. 8". . , 
ConUnts. 



. 1712.114 

. nT2 ,27 

. 1771. l.'i 

. 1712.'i2 



Plays on the paBsioua, aud mis- 
collaueous plays, viz.: 
Alienated manor (The), cum. 
Basil, tragedy. 
Beacon (The), musical drama. 
Bride (The), drama. 
Constantino Paleologus.trag. 
Counti'y inn, comedy. 
De Moutfort, tragedy. 
Dream (The), tragedy. 
Election (The), comedy. 
Enthusiasm, comedy. 
Ethwald. tragedy. 
Family legend, tragedy. 



Heuriqnez, tragedy. 
Homicide (The), tragedy. 
Martyr (The), drama. 
Match. (The), comedy. 
Orra, tragedy. 

Phantom (The), nuis. drama. 
Rayner, tragedy, 
lloniiero. tragedy. 
Second marringe, comedy. 
.Separation (The), tragedy. 
SiOMc ( I'he), comedy. 
Stripling (The), tragedy. 
Trial (The), comedy. 
Witchcraft, tragedy. 



Bale (Jolian). Ciod's promises, a morality. Jn Dodsley (.J.) Old 
plays. V. 1, 1780 1722.01 

— Kynge Johau, Ed. by J. P. Collier. Loudon, Camden socidi/t 

18:!H. 4° 6112.02 

Ball (Edward). See Fitzball (Edward). 

Ball (TlKl, com. .v,v Shirley (James) nU.O^ 

Ballon (Malnriu M.) Jliralda. 3 acts. In F. M. D., v. 33. 1771.20 

Bamboozling, .v. v Wilkes (T. E.) 1771.03 

Banim (John) an.f Shiel (R. L.) Damon and Pythias, trag. 5 acts. 

In C. B. T.,v.44 J721.ll 

Same. F. S. D., v. 5 1772.0.5 

Bankrupt (The), com. 3 acts. ,S^*^e Foote (Samuel). . .1724.19 
Banks of the lludsou ; or the congress trooper. See Dibdin 

(T.) 1721.10 

Bannister (N. II.) Putnam, the iron sou of '70 ; military drama. 

3 acts. InT.S. D., v. 3'J 1772.27 

Barbarossa, trag. See Brown (John) 1711.17 

Barber baron. .Vcc Raymond (K. I /ii C. M. T.. v. IG. . 1721.31 
Barber of Seville. comic opera. .SVeBeaumarchais(P. A. C.de)1711. 09 
Barclay (James B.) My friend Thompson, farce. 1 act. In C. 

M. T.,v. 12 1721.27 

Barnaby I'lUdge. &e Selby (C.) ailti Melville (C.) . . .1773.11 
Barnard (William Bayle). Middy ashore. Farce. 1 act. I71 

F. M. D.. V. 13 1771 10 

Barnett (C. Z.) Christmas Carol ; or the miser's warning. In 

Lacy, V. 94 1773.04 

Barnett (0. S.) Midnight : the 13th chime ; or old St. Paul's, 

melodrama. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 101 1773.11 

Barnett (Morris). Bold dragoons, comic drama. 2 acts. //; F. 

S. D., V. 18 1772.17 

— Serious family, com. 3 acts. InT.S. D., v. 10. .1772.10 
— ^ Yankee peddler, farce. 1 act. /n F. M. D.. v. 22. . 1771.15 
Barney the baron, farce. 1 act. InT. M D.. v. 23. . . 1771,15 
Barrack room. mns. burletta. See Bayly [T. H.) v. 2. . 1771.(12 
Barry (Lodowick) Rani-alley ; or merry tricks, cmn. 5 art>; 

In Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 5. 1780. . • . . . 172i.05 

Barry (S.) Dutchman's ghost, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., 

v. 19 1771.13 

— Persecuted Dutchman, farce. 1 act. /»F. M. D., v. 19. 1771.13 
Barrymore (\Vm.) Fatal snow-storm. 2 acts. In 0. M. T., 

v. 13 1721.28 

— . Gilderoy or the bonuie boy. 2 acts. In C. M. T.. v. 8. 1721. 2.J 

— Wallace: the hero of Scotland. 3 acts. /»F.S.D.,v. 33. 1772.24 

Bartholomew fair. 5<'c Jonson (Ben). 1853 1725.27 

Bashful lover, tragi-com. ,V.y Massinger (P.) . . . .1735 02 

Bashful man. S.e Moncrieff(\Vm. T.) 1732.20 

Basil : tragedy. See Baillie (Joanna) 1712. '22 

Basket maker. See O'KeefTe (John) 1734.05 

Basset-table (The), com. .S'lC Centlivre (il/i.s. S.) . . .1714.25 
Bateman(.VM. Sidney F.) Self.com. 3actB. /« F.S.D..V.21. 1772.18 

Bathing, farce. See Bruton (J.) 1773.18 

Battle of llexliam. 3act3. ."^ee Coleman {deo., the yomie/er}. 1721.04 
Battle of S'-'dgemoor ; or days of Kirk and Monmouth. See Al- 

mar(Geo.) 1721.28 

Bayley (Peter). Orestes in Argos, trag. 5 acts. In C. B. T.. 

V. r2 1711.12 

Bayly (Thomas Haynes). Barrack room, musical burletta. 2 acts. 

/liF. M. ll.,v. 2 1771.02 

— The daughter. 1 act. /« F. M. D.. v. 16 1771.11 

— Forty and atty, farce. 1 act. /n F. M D.. v. 30. .1771.19 

— Perfection : or the lady of Munster, comedietta. 2 acts. In 

C. B. T., V. 47 1721.14 

— Perfe.tion. farce. 1 act. In F. S. D., v. 4. ... 1772.04 

— Proofs of the pudding, burletta. 1 act. In his Musings, ete. 

18:i3 1013.33 

— Swiss cottage ; or why don't she marry, musical burletta. 

2 acts. /ilF. M. D.. V. 10 1771.09 

— Tom Noddy's secret, farce. 1 act. /ii F. M. D.. v. 35. 1771.'21 
Beacon ('The) ; musical drama. See Baillie (Joanna). . 1712.22 
Beasley. See Beazley. 

Beatrice. See Leland (O. S.) 1772.20 

Beau's duel. com. See Centlivre [Mrs. S.) 1714.25 

Beaumarchais (Pierre Aiiguste. baron de). Barber of Seville. 

comic opera. Adapted by Mr. Fawcett. 2 acts. /« C. B. 

T.,v. 9 1711.119 

Beaumont (Francis) and Fletcher (James). Works, with notes 

and biogr. memoirs by .\. Dyce. 11 v. L., 1843. 8". 1713.01 
Xote. — For Coufenls see p. (iO of Catalogue. 

— The chances, com, 6 acts. In Brit. dr. v. 2. 1853. . 1714.10 
Same. Altered by D. Garrick. In London stage, v. 4. 

1827 1732.20 



Klder brother. 6 acts. Altered. In T. S. D.. v. 9. 1772.0« 

- Merchant of Bruges ; or beggar's bush. 5 acts. Altered by 

1). Kiniiaird. /n London stage, v. 4. 1827. . . . 1732,'iO 

— Kule a wile aud have a wife, com. Altcied by D. Garrick. 

acts. /« British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same. In C. B. T.. v. 12 1711,12 

Same. /;i London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. /« Oxbcrry (W.) NewEugl.draina.v.lo. 1821. 1734.19 

Beauty and the beast. *■<• Planche (James U.) . . . .1771.02 
Beaux' stratagem, com, .Vfi-Farquhar (Geo.) . . . . 1744.;H 
Beazley (Samuel). Boarding-house : or five hours at Brighton, 

mils, farce. 2 acta. /« C. M. T.. v. 15 1721.:iO 

— Ishe jealous? operetta. 1 act. /« F. M. D.. v. 18. 1771. l:i 
Same. 7nOxberry (W.) New Kngl. drama, v.3. 1818. 1734.12 

— The sicward, com. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 31. . . . 177'2.'25 
Becher (Miirtiij). Crimeless cnminal. farce. /u Lacy. v. 101. 1773.11 

— In possi-Hsion. farce. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 95. . . . 1773.03 

— No. C. Duke Street, farce. In Lacy, v. 93 1773.03 

— Painless deiitistry, farce. In Lacy, v. 100 1773.10 

— Poetic proposal, farce. 1 act. /ii Lacy, v. 90. . . . 1773.00 
Beckett (Andrew). Aflfectation. lom. l^avinia. trag. Thegciiii. 

masfjue. /» /iw Dramatic niisiel.. v. 1. 1838.8'. .1714.01 
Bee-hive, musical farce. .S'''« Millingen (J. V.) . . . .1711.30 
Beggar of Bethiial Green, com. See Knowles (J. S.) . . 1732.05 
Beggar of Cripplegato ; or humours of blufl'king IJal. See Mon- 

criefr (W. T.) 1721. 'id 

Beggar on horseback. See O'KeefTe (J.) 17:14.01! 

Beggar's bush. A'« Beaumont (F.) mid Fletcher (J.) . .1713.09 

Beggar's opera. See Gay (John) 1723.31 

Beginning and the end. domestic dr. .S'^t- Lovell (M.) . 1721.15 
Behind a mask, com. .S'fe Dixon (B. II.) aii</ 'Wood (A.). 1773.07 
Bell lliobert). 'Temper, com. 5 acts, /n F. S. D,. v. 7. . 1772.07 
BcUamira : or the mistress, com. See Sedley (Ch.) . . 1742.21 
Belle's stratagem, com. 5 acts. .S'f- Cowley (J/r.s. 11.) . 1714.09 

Bells, drama. See Lewis (Leopold) 1773.07 

Belphegor ; or woman's constancy. 3 acts. 6'eeWebb(C.) 1721.14 

Ben Bolt, .s'.e Johnstone 1 J. B.) 2 acts 1772.18 

Ben the boatswain. See -Wilks (T. E.) 1772.17 

Bengal tiger, lari-e. iS't'e Dance (C.) 1771.10 

Bennett [d. J). Retribution ; or love's trials. 5 acts. In C. B. 

T., V. 45 1721.12 

Bernard (Wm. Bayle). Dumb belle, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. 

V. 23 1771.15 

— ^ Evil genius, comedy. 3 acts, ^i F. S. D., v. 20. . .1772.18 

— His last legs, farce. /nF.M. D.. v. 1 1771.01 

— Irish attorney, farce, /u F. M. D. v. 1 1771.01 

— The mummy, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v 27. . . . 1771.17 

— Ncrvovis man, farce. 2 acts. /« F. S. D., v. 5. . .1772.05 

— Old regimentals, hist. dr. 1 act. In C. B. T.. v. 33. . 1711.33 

— Theiiassing cloud, romantic dr. 2 acts. In F.S.D.,v. 11. 1771.11 
Bertram, trag. 5 acts. .Sec Maturin (R. C.) ... .1721.10 

Betrothal CTlie). play, .^ee Boker (Geo. 11.) 1714.05 

Betsey Baker, farce. .S(;e Morton (J. J\I.) 1771.10 

Better late than never, com. See Andrews (M. 1'.) . . 1732.19 
Better late than never, com. See Cannon (('. J.) . . . 1714 29 

Bianca ('appello. trag. See Kinney (E. C.) 1731.17 

Bianca (aiii Ho, trag. See Osborn (L.) 1734. '28 

Bickerstaff (Isaac). The hypocrite, com. 5 acts. Jn British 

drama, V.]. 1853 1714.09 

Same. In C.B.T.. v.3 1711.03 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl, dr., v. 1. 1818. 1734.10 

— Lionel aud Clarissa : or a school lor fathers, comic opera. 3 

acts. In British drama, v. 2. 18.53 1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 18'25 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl. dr.. v. 2. 1818. 1734.11 

— Love in a village, comic ojiera. Sacts. /ii C. B. T., v. 5. 1771.05 

Same. In British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (\V.) New Engl. dr.. v. 2. 1818. 1731.11 

— Maid of the mill, opera. 3 acts. In C. B. T., v. 8. . 1711.08 

Same, /it London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl. dr.. v. 2. 1818. 1734.11 

— . The padlock, comic opera. 2 acts. /« C. B. T., v. 3. 1711.03 

Same. /» British drama, v. 1. 1853 1714.09 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

— Recruiting sergeant, mus. eut. 1 act. In Brit, dr., v. 1. 

1853 1714.09 

Same. In London stage, v. 3. 1826 1732.19 

— The sultan ; or a peep into the seraglio, farce. 2 acts. -In 

London stage, V. 3. 1820 n.3'2.19 

Bickerstaii s burying, farce. .V'*; Centlivre [Mrs. S.) . . 1714.'27 

Bilious attack, farce. See Wood (Arthur) 1773.00 

Bilkins (Taylor). Christmas pantomime, farcical extravaganza. 

[n Lacy, v. 95 1773.05 

— In three volumes, farce. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 91. . - 1773.01 

"Billy Doo," farce. 1 act. .S'-e Rae (C. M.I 1773.11 

Billy Taylor, nautical burlesque. See Buckstone (J. B.) 1721.18 
Birch (Samuel). .Vdopted child, musical drama. 2 acts. In C. 

B. T.,v. 29 1711.'29 

Same. /<> F. M. D., v. 28 1771.18 

Same, /ii London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Bird in a cage, com. .S'ce Shirley (James). Works, v. 2. 1833. 1743,04 

Birds. .?ce Aristophanes. Comedies 1712,17 

Birds in their little nests agree. .VfEac(C. M.) . . .1773.19 

Birds of Aristophanes. .Sec Blanche (J. R.) 1741.09 

Birds of pny ; or a duel in the dark. .See Robertson |T. W.) 1773.03 
Birthday .The): or the prince of Ai lagoli. See O'Keeffe (J.) 1734.06 

Bitter r.ckouing. See Hazlewood (C. H.) 1773.17 

Black prince, trag. *f Boyle (liobert) 1714.06 

Black ev'd Susan ; or 'all in the downs.' S-e Jcrrold (Doug- 
las) 1725.25 



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PLAYS : Black-eyed Sukey lu Buckstone. 



Black eyed Sukey ; burlosquo. See Ooopcr (F. F.) . . 1721. 2il 

Blacksmith of Antwerp. See O'Keeffe (John) IT.HM, 

Blanchard (E. L.) Artful dodger, farce. 1 act. In T. M. D.. 

V. 39 1771. u:i 

Blanche of Braudywiue. 4 acts, /ra F. S. D.. v. 2G. . . 1772. '21 

Blighted being. .See Taylor (Toiu) 1771. 1'J 

Blind liargaiu : or Lear it out, com. .See Reynolds (F.) . 1711.28 
Blinde iK'gger of Alexandria. 1 act. .S'n' Chapman ((ieo.) 171:1.24 

Blind boy, jneludrania. ,SVe Kenney (J.) 1711.2.5 

Bloody brother : or Hollo, duke of Normau<ly. .See Beaumont 

(F.) om! Fletcher (J,) Wcirks. v. 10 17l:!.lo 

Bloomer costume, farce. See Stirling (K.) 1771.00 

Blow for blow, drama. See Byron (H. . I.) 177;i.ll 

Blow iu the dark, comedietta. .S'-c Townsend (T.). . . 177:i.i(i 
Blue Beard, drama. Sec Colman{Cif'o.. Ihe ijmiii(/er). . . 1721. (i:f 
Blue Heard, burlesque. .See Planche (.I.lt.) 'in/l Dance iC.) 1741 12 
Blue deviU, farce. See Colman (<i.. Ifte ii»nnger). . . , 1721.00 
Blunderer (The), com. .See Molierc (.1. H. P.) 
Blurt, master-constable, drama. .?'■'■ Middleton (Thomas), 1733.11 
Boaden (Caroline). Fatality. 1 act. In C. B. T., v. 23. 1711.23 

— First of April, farce. 2 acts, /n C. B. T., v. 20. . . 1711.20 

— Wm. Thompson ; or which is he ? farce. 2 acts. In C. B 

T.. V. 23 1711. 2J 

Boarding bouse ; or five hours at Brighton, mus. farce. .See 

Beazley (Samuel) 1721.30 

Bobby u 1 ; or a warm reception, farce. .See Hod^on (G.S.) 1773.11 
Boker (George H.) Calayuos, trag, S acts, /k O. B.T.,v. 45, 1721.12 

— Plays, elc. 2 v. 2d ed. Boston, 1867, 1G° 1714.01 

Contents: V. 1. Tragedies: Calayiios, Anne Boleyu, Le- 
onor de Guzman, Francesca da Kimini. v. 2. The Be- 
trothal, a play. Widow's marriage, a comedy. 

Bold dragoons. .See Barnett (11.) 1772.17 

Boldstrokoforahusband.com, .^(t; Cowley (.)//-^. H.) . 1732. Ill 
Bold stroke for a wife, com, 5ce Centlivre (J/rs. S) . .1714.27 
Bombastes furioso, burlesque opera. 1 act. Rhodes (W.A.) 1721,10 
Bon tun : or high life above stairs, farce. .See Garrick (D.) 
Bondman (Tbel. See Massinger (P.) Plays, v, 1. 1831. 1733.06 
Bonduca. -S-'c Beaumont (F.) (("dFletcher (J.) Works, v. 5, 1713.05 
Booth Junius Brutus). Ugolino, trag. 3 acts. In T. S. D., 

V. 15 1772.15 

Boots at the swan, farce. Se.: Selby (C.) 1771,01 

Bores (The , com. 3 acts. .See Moliere {-J. B. P.) 

Borgias (The), a historical drama, [anon.] L., 1845, 8°, 1715.00 

Born t'j good luck, farce. See Powers (T.) 1771. OG 

Borrowed plumes, farce. ,S'( e Maltby (C. A.) 177;j.02 

Bottle (The,. .See Taylor (T. P.) 1771.0:! 

Boucicault(Diou). Andy Blake, com. 2 acts. /" F.M.D.v,14.1771,ll 

— Griuialdi. 5 acts, /n F. S. D., v. 20 1772.18 

— Jessie Brown. InT. S. D.. v. 20 1772.21 

— - Kuigbt of Ai'va. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 2'J 1772.22 

— London assurance, com. 5 acts. In F. S. B., v. i. .1772.04 

— Long strike, drama. 4 acts, /n F. S. D.. v. 45. . .1772.30 

— Lover by proxy, burletta. 1 act. In F. M. D., v, 31, 1771.10 

— Old heads and young hearts, com. In F. S. D., v. 8. . 1772.08 

— Pauvrette. 6 acts, /re F. S. D., v. 29 1772.22 

— The phantom. 2 acts, /re F. S. D., v. 21 1772.18 

— Octoroon 1722.00 

— Popo of Rome. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 29 1772.22 

— Prima donna, com 1722.00 

— Queen of spades, com 1722.00 

— West end : or the Irish heiress, com. 5 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 30. 

— Willow copse. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 31 1772.23 

— and Seymour (Charles). Wanted — a widow, farce. 1 act 

■ /iiF. M. D.. v. 17 1771.12 

Bought, play. .SVc Harvey (F.) 1773.11 

Bound 'proutico to a waterman, nautical drama. See Campbell 

(A. L. V.) 1721.27 

Bourgeoise (Anicet) and Fcval (P.) Duke's daughter. . 1772.28 

Box aud Cox, farce. See Morton (J. M.) 1771.03 

Box and Cox married and settled. .Sc*' Coyne (J. S.) . .1771.07 
Boy martyrs (of Baltimore]. .See Tayleure (C. W.) . . 1772.24 
Boyle (Roger, 1st earl of Orrery). Dramatic works. 2 v. Lou- 
don, 1739. 8° 1714.06 

Contentii : v. 1. Tragedies : The black prince. Try^ihon, 
Mustapba, Henry v. 2. Herod the Great, Altemira. Guz- 
man, comedy. 
Brachvogel (A. E.) Narcisso the vagrant. 5 acts. Adapted from 
the tiermau. by J. Sclibnberg. /7i Lacy, v. 107. . 1773.17 

Braganza. trag. See Jephson (R.) 1732.20 

Braggard captain iThe). See Plautns (M. A.) 1741.13 

Breach of promise. See Buckstone (J. B.) 1772.25 

Brennoralt, trag. See Suckling [Sir John) 1743.18 

Brewer (.\utboQy). Lingua ; or the combat of the tongue and 
the five senses for superiority, com. 5 acts, hi Dodsley 

(J.) Old plays, v. 5. 1780 1722.06 

Brian Boroihme. See Enowles (J. S.) 1772.15 

Brian O'Linn. farce. 2 acts. /reF. M. D.,v. 8 1771.08 

Bridal (The), trag. See Knowles iJ.S.) 5 acts. /« F.S.D.,v.6.1772.06 

Bridal wreath. .5ee Hazlewood (C. H.) 1773.17 

Bride (The), drama. See Bailhe (Joanna) 1712.22 

Bride of L.immermoor. drama. See Calcraft (J. W.) . . 1721.12 
Bride of In Igate, comic drama. Sec Jerrold (Douglas). 1711. :iO 

Bride of Mes.sina. See Schiller (J. 0. F. von) 6004.26 

Bridgman iCuuuingham V.) Shipmates, comedy-drama. 3 acts. 

In Lacy, V. 102 1773.12 

Brigand, romantic drama. See Planche (J. R.) , . . . 1711. '24 

British slave. See Howe (J. B.) 1772.26 

Britannia's honor, pageant. .See Dekker (T.) Dram, works, v. 4. 

1873 1722.21 

Broken heart, trag. See Ford (J.) Dram, works, v. 1. 1831. 17'24.13 

Broken sword, melndrama. See Dimond (W.) .... 1721.08 

Brome (Richard). Dramatic works. 3 v. L., 1873. 16°. 1713.20 

Contents : v. 1. Mad couple well macht. Novella. Court 



beggar. City witt. DamoiseUo. 2. English moor, or tho 
mock marriage. Tho love-sick court, or the ambitius poll, 
tiquo. Covent garden weeded. The new academy. The 
queen and the concubine. 3. Norlheru lasso. Bparagug 
garden. The antipodes. Jovial crew. Queen's exchange. 

— A Jovial crow, or the merry beggars, com. 5 acts. In Doda- 

ley (J.) Old plays, v. 10. 1780 1722.10 

Brooke (Honry). Gustavus Vasa, trag. 6 acts, /re British drama. 

V. 1. 1H6:| 1714.09 

Same. In London stage, v. 3. 182G 1732.19 

Brooke (.V)s. Frances Moore). Kosina, comic opera. 2 acts. In 

OB. T., v. 15 1711.16 

Same. In British drama, v. 1. 1853 1711.09 

Same. /« London stage, v. 2. 18'26 1732.18 

Same. /« Oxberry(W.) New Engl. drauia.v.O. 18'21. 1734.18 

Brookes (Geo). All the world's a stage, farce. 1 act. In T. 

M. D.. v. :)7 1772.22 

— Quash ; or nigger practice, larcc. 1 act. /bF.M.D.v.37. 1772.22 

Brother Ben, farce. See Morton (James M.) 1733.16 

Brothers (The), com. See Cumberland (R.) 1714.10 

Brothers (The), com. See Shirley (James) 1743.03 

Brough (Robert B.) Crinoline, a larce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. '28. 
Brough (Wm.) The Corsair, Christmas burlesque. In F. M. D., 

V- 17 1771.12 

— Number one. round the corner, farce. 1 act. In T. M. D., 

V. 25 1771.18 

— Phenomeuoji In a smock frock. 1 act. /nF. M. D.,v. 19. 1771.13 

— Trying it on, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 27. . . . 1771.1T 
Brougham (John). All's fair in love, ."ia'ts. fii F.S.D..V.21. 1772.18 

— Art and ailiflcc. 5 acts. InT. S. D, \. W 1772. '22 

— Columbus el fliibusterol! 2 acts. In F. M. D., v. 19. 1771.13 

— Decidedca.se. 1 act. /ii F. M. D, v. 15 1771.11 

— Demon lover, comedietta. 2 ads. In F. M. D.. v. 14. 1771.11 

— Dred : or the dismal swamp. 5 acts. In T. S. D., v. 19. 1772.17 

— Fraukliu, hist, drama. 5 a. ts. In T. S. D., v. '21. . 1772.18 

— Game of life, comedy. 5 acts, /n F. S. D., v. 15. . .1772.15 

— Game of love, comedy. 5 acts, //i F. S. D., v. 14. .1772.14 

— Great tragic revival ; dr. absurdity. /nF. M. D., v.'20. 1771.14 

— Guu-maker of Moscow, melodrama. 3 acts. In F. S. D., 

V. 21 • . 1772.18 

— Irish Yankee. 3 acts. In F. M. D.. v. 11 1771.09 

— Life in New York ; or Tom aud Jerry on a visit. Comic dra- 

ma. 2 acts. /reF. M. D., v. l.s 1771.10 

— Love and murder, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 9. . 1771.08 

— Lottery of life, astory of N. Y. 5 acts. In Lacy, v. 105. 1773.15 

— Metamora, burlesque. 2 ai ts. In F. M. D., v. 32. . 1771.20 

— Miller of New Jersey. 3acts. In F. S. D.. v. '28. . . 1772.22 

— Musard ball, extravaganza. 1 act. In F. M. D., v 20. 1771.14 

— Neptune's defeat. 2 acts, /re F. M. D.. v. 21. -. . .1771.14 

— Night and morning. 6 acts. /« F. S. D. v. 18. . .1772.17 

— Po-ca-hon-tas. 2 acts. /reF. M. D..v. 9 1771.08 

— Recollection of O'Flaunigan aud the fairies. In F. M. D., 

V. 11 1771.09 

— Red mask, or the wolf of Lithuania. 3 acts. In F. S. D., 

v. '20 1772.18 

— Romance and reality, com. 5 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 15. 177'2.15 

— Shakspeare's dream, hist, pageant. InT. M. D., v. 21. 1771.14 

— Take care of little Charley, farce. 1 act. In T. M. D., 

— Temptation, comic drama. 2 acts. In T. M. D., v. 9. 1771. U8 

— and Goodrich (Frank B.) Dark hour before dawn. 6 acts. 

In F. S. D., V. '28 1772.22 

Brown (John, of Rothbury). BarbaroSB.). trag. 5 acts. 7n Brit- 
ish drama, v. 1. 1853 1714.09 

Same. In C. B. T.. v. 17 1711.17 

Same. In London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

Browne (E. J.) Lucky sixpence, farce. 1 act. /n Lacy ,v. 103. 1773.13 
Browne the martyr, farce. See Lucas {J. T.) .... 1773.00 
Bruton (James). Bathing, farce. 1 act. In Lacy. v. 108. 1773.18 
Brums (The first). .See Alfieri (V.) Trag., v. 3. 1815. .1712.12 

Brutus, trag. See Payne (J. H.) 1711.11 

Brutus, trag. See Voltaire (F. JI. A. de) 1744.21 

Bubbles of the day. com. See Jerrold (D.) 1725.24 

Buckstone (John Baldwin). Alarming sacrifice, farce. 1 act. 
/re F. M. D.. V. 33 1771.'20 

— -ignes de Vero ; or the wife's revenge. 3 acts. In Lacy, 

V. 106 1773.10 

— Billy Taylor, or the gay young fellow, nautical burlesque. 

2 acts. /reC. M. T.. V. 3 1721.18 

— Breach of pi-omise, comedy. 2 acts. In T. S. D., v. 35. 1772.25 

— Damon and Pythias : larc. 1 act. In C. M. T., v. 6. 1721.21 

— Dead shot, farce. /reF. M. D.,v. 1 1771.01 

— Dream at se.x 3 acts, /re F. S. D.. v. :t4 1772.25 

— Flowers of the forest. 3 acts, /re F. S. D., v. 38. . . n72.'27 

— Good for notbing, comic dr. 1 act. InT. M. D.. v. "20. 1771.17 

— Green bushes. 3 acts, /re F. S. D.. v. :i7 177'2.26 

— Happiest day of my hfe. farce. 2act8. In C. B. T., v. '23 1711.23 

— Henriette tlie forsaken. 3 acts, /re F. S. D.. v. 18. .1772.lt 

— Husband at sight, farce. 2 acts. In T. M. D., v. 18. 1771.13 
Same. In 0. B. T.. v. 20 1711.26 

— Ice witch ; or the frozen baud. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v.28. 1711.28 

— Irish lion, farce. 1 act. /re F. M. D., v. 1 1771.04 

— Isabelle. 3 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 2-> 1772.19 

— Jack Sheppard. 4 acts, /re F. M. D-. v. 7 1771.07 

— John street, Ade;phi, larce. 2 acts, /re C. M. T.. v. 7. 1721.22 

— Kiss iu tho dark, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. C. . 1771.00 

— Leap year, comedy. 3 acts, /re F. S. D., v. 11. . .1772.11 

— Lottery ti<-ket. farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 18. . . 1771.1:1 

— Luke the labourer, melodrama. 2 acts. In C. M. T.,v. 2. 1721.17 
Same. In F. M. D., v. 2 1771.02 

— Maid with the milking pail, comic drama. 1 act. In F. M. 

D.. v. -31 1771.19 

— Mischief-making. 1 act. /re F. M. D., v. 17. . . . 1771.12 



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PLAYS : Buckstoue lo Churl. 



877 



— Mischief-makinR, iiitorlmle. 1 act. hi C. M. T.. v. 4. 1721.10 

— Opuu hutiao : or tUo twin sistei-B, larcL-. 2 at:tB. In O. B. T. 

V. 31 1711. ill 

. — Pet of tbe petticoats, opera. :i acts. fuT. M. D . v. 'Mf. 1771.10 

— PoppiDR tbo qucstiuu. farce. 1 act. In O. B. T., v. 25. 1711. 25 
Same. In F. M. D., v. 8 1771. 0,S 

— PreBuruiitive evideijce ; or murder will out, domestic drama. 

2 acta. In 0. B. T., V. .34. ... 1721,01 

■ — RousU iliamoud, I'arco. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. C. . . 1771. Ili: 

— lUiral felicity, ciimcdy. 2 .lets, /ii F. S. D., v. :W. .1772.21 

— The Scholar, couicdy. 2 acts. /« F. S. D.. v. :I5. .1772.25 

— Shocliing events, farce. 1 act. InT. M. D.. v. 'Mi, . 1771.22 

— Suakes iu the Rrass, farce. 2.lcts. //( C. B. T.. v. 24. . 1711.24 

— Two queeua. Petite comedy. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 13. 1771.10 

— Victoriiie. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 27 1772.21 

— Wreck ashore. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 33 1772.24 

Bucktails (The) : or Americans iu Eugland. See Paulding (J. K.| 

Aruer. comedies. 1847 17:;l.:{0 

BuU-fighter : or the bridal ring, romantic drama. Sec Almar 

{G.l 1721.20 

Bulwer-Lytton (Edward George E.\rle Lytton. lord Lytton). 

Dramas and poems. Boston, 1858. 32" 1732.25 

Cunlfnfs . Lady of Lyons. Uichelieu. PoemB. 

— Lady of Lyons. 6 acts, /n F. S. D.. v. 1 1772.01 

— Money, comedy. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 1 1772.01 

— Ricbclieu. 6 acts. In T. S. D., v. 1 1772.01 

Bumble's courtship, comic interlude. See Emerson (F. E.) 1773.00 
Bunce (Oliver). Love in '70, comedietta. 2 act.s. In F. M. D, 

V. 14 1771.11 

Bunn (Alfred). My neighbor's wife, fai-ce. 1 act. /?iP. M. D.. 

V. 11 1771.09 

Barges {.Sir James Bland). Riches ; or the wife and brother. 

5 acts, ^i 0. B. T.,v. '24 1711.24 

Burgoyne {Gen. Sir John). Dram, and poet, works. 2 v. L., 

1808. 16 1714.14 

V. 1. Maid of the Oaks. Lord of the manor. 2. Tbe 

heiress. Richard Coeur de Liou. 

— The Heiress, com. 5 acts, //i London stage, v. 3. 182G. 1732.1'.) 

— Lord of the manor, opera. Altered by C. Dibden, jr. In C. 

B. T., V. 13 1711.13 

Same. In London stage, v. 2, 1825 1732.18 

— Maid of the oaks, dram. eut. 2 acts, /n London stage, v. 3. 

1826 1732.1!) 

Burke (Charles). Rip Van Winkle. 2 acts. /nF. S. D..V.22. 1772.10 
Burnand (Frances Cowley). Romance under difficulties, farce. 

1 act. In F. M. D . v. 14 1771 11 

— Deadiuau's point, or the lighthouse on the Cam Ruth, dra- 

ma. 4 acts. In Lacy, v. 92 1773.02 

Bury-fair. See Shadwell (Thos.) 1689 1742.23 

Busybody, com. See Centlivre {Mrs. S.) 1714.26 

Bussy D'Ambois. trag. .S'--' Chapman (Geo.) 1713.25 

By royal command. See Stirling (E.) 1773.16 

Byron (George Gordon Noel, turd Byron). In his Poetical work.s. 
Contents : Manfred, dramatic poem. Marino Faliero. 

hist, tragedy. Sardauapalus. The Two Foscari. Cain : a 

mystery. The Deformed transformed. Werner, or the 

inheritance. 

— Sardanapalus, trag. Adapted for representation by C. Kean. 

/n F. S. D., V. 13 1772.13 

— Werner, trag. 5 acts, /n C. B. T., v. 4ri 1721.13 

Same, /ii F. S. D., v. 1772.09 

Byron (Henry James.) Blow for blow, drama. 3 acts. In Lacy, 

v. 101 1773.11 

— Camaralzaman and the fair Badoura ; or the bad djinn and 

the good spirit, extrav. 1 act. In Lacy.v . 94. . 1773.04 

— Enchanted wood, or the three transformed princes, fairy ex- 

travaganza. In Lacy, v. 99 1773.09 

— Giselle ; or tbe sirens of the Lotus lake, comical musical 

legend. 1 act. In Lacy. v. 93 1773.03 

— Orange tree and the humble bee ; or the little princess who 

was lout at sea, extrav. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 93. . . 1773.03 

— Partners for life, com. 3 acts, hi Lacy. v. 108. . . 1773.18 

— Robert Macaire ; or tbe roadside iuu turned inside out, bur- 

lesque extrav. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 93 1773.03 

Byron's tragedie. ^S'ee Chapman (Geo.) 1713.25 

Cabin boy, drama. &£ Stirhng (E.) 1773.14 

Cabinet question, com. See Planche (J. R.) 1741.09 

CalTert (Geo. Henry). Ai'uold and Andre : hist, drama, B., 

1864. 16°. 1714.28 

— Comedies. Boston, 1856. 8° 1714.19 

Contents : The will and the way. Like unto like. 

Camaralzaman and the fair Badoura. .S'tv Byron (H. J.) 1773.04 

Camp at the Olympic, extrav. See Planche (J. 11.) . , 1741.09 

Cannon (Charles James). Dramas. N. ¥., 1857. 12'. . . 1714.'29 

Contents : Sculptor's daughter. Dolores, trag. Better 

late than never, comedy. The oath of office, trag. 

Capital match 1 farce. See Morton (J. M.) 1733.16 

Cardinal (The), trag. .See Shirley (J.) Dram, works, v.5.1833. 1743.07 
Careless husband, com. See Gibber (C.) Dr. works, v.2.1760. 1713.28 
Carey (Henry). Chrononhotonthologos, burlesque opera, 1 act. 

/;i Londpn stage. V. 3. 1826 1732.1'.l 

Same. In C. B. T., v. 41 1721.08 

— The contrivances, opera. 1 act. In London stage, v. 4. 

1827 1732.20 

— Dragon of Wantley, burlesque opera, 3 acts. In London 

stage, V. 2 1732.18 

Carmehte (The), trag. See Cumberland (R.) 1732.20 

*3arpenter (J. E.) Love and honour, or soldiers at home — heroes 

abroad. 3 acts. In 0. B. T., v. 48 1721.15 

— The sanctuary, or England in 1415. 2 acts. In 0. B. T., 

V. 48 1721.15 



Carthaginian (Tbe). See Plautus (M. A.) Com,, v. 4. 1772. 1741.16 
Cartwright (Wm.) The ordinary, com. 6 aclH. In Dodaler (J I 

Old plays, v. 10. 1780 I '-22 In 

Case (Tki) is altered, .v.c Jonson (Br-n). Works. 1853.' 1725 '27 
Casina : or stratagem defeated. .*.■ Plaulus (M. A.) . , 1742.05 
Casket (The). .Vrv Plautus (M. A.) Comedies, v. 4. 1772. n4l!l6 
Cast king of Granada, hist, extrav. .V'C Colomb (— ). . . 1773.13 
Castle of Andalusia, .V,',- O'Keeffe (.Tohii). . . . 17:f4.04 ; I711.3'2 
Castle of Sorrento, comic opera. .v« HartwelKH.) . .1711. 3:1 

Castle Rpectro. ,S'« Lewis (M. G.) 1711,].-, 

Cataract of the Gauges : or the rajah's daughter See Moncrieff 

„ ^(WT.) . 17U.33 

Catch a weasel, farce, .v,-,. Morton (J. M.) 1733.16 

Catiline. .S'*'*- Oroly {Rei\ G.) Poet, works, v. 2, ... 1634.17 

Catiline. ,v,v' Jonson (Ben). Works. IH53 172,1. '27 

Catihne. ,v,v Readc (J. K.) Pocl. works, v. 2. 1857. . .1681.02 

Cato. Irag. .v>v Addison (Joseph) 1711.01! 

Catspaw (The), con). St^e Jerrold (I>.) Writings, v. 7. 1853. 1725. '24 
Caught in liis own trap, comedietta, .'^'o' Phillips (.Vr.v. A.) 1773 15 
Cedar chest ; or lord mayor's daughter. .S'ee Almar (G.) 

/« O. M. T.. v. 8 1721.23 

Centlivre (Susanna). Works. 3 v. L., 1872. 16°. . . . 1711.25 
Note.~Fov Contents see her name (p. 258 of Catalogue). 

— A Bickerslafl"'s burying, farce. 1 act. Loudon, n. d. 4'. 1715.02 

— Bold stroke for a wife, com, 5 acts. In British drama, v. 1, 

1853 1714.09 

Same. 5 acts. /;i C. B. T., v. 13 1711.13 

.Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

.Same. In Oxberry (W.) New EugUsh dr. v. 7. 1819. 1734J(i 

— Busybody, com. 5 acts. /« C. B. T., v. 8 1711.08 

— — Same. In London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

Same, /h Oxberry (W.) New English dr.. v. C. 1819. 1734.15 

— The Gamester, com. Sacts. 2ded. London. 1708. 4°. 1715.03 

— Love at a venture, com. 5 acts. London. 1706. 4°. . 1715.02 

— Love's contrivance, com. 5 acts. London. 1703. 4°. . 1715,02 

— The Man's bewitch'd ; or the devil to do about her. com. 5 

acts. London, n. d. i" 1715.02 

— Stolen heiress, com. 5 acts. Loudon, n. d. 4°. . . 1715.02 

— 'The Wonder : a woman keeps a secret, com. 5 acts. In C. 

B. T., v. 4 1711.04 

Same. In British drama, v. 1. 1863 1714.0'.! 

Same. In F. S. D.. v. 37 1772.2G 

Same. /« London stage, v. 2. 1821) 1732.18 

Same. /» Oxberry (W.) New Engl, drama.v.4. 1818. 1734.13 

Chabot, admiral of France, trag. See Shirley (J.) Dram, works, 

v. 6. 1.H33 174.3.08 

Chain of guilt ; or inn on the heath. See Taylor (T. P.| 1721.27 
Chalhs (Henry W.) My wife's husband, farce. 2 acts. In T. 

M. D., V. 16 1771.12 

Same. 2 acts. In C. M. T.. v. 10 1721.25 

Champagne, com. Adapted from the French by F. E. Weatberly 

and A. W. M. Weatherly. /ji Lacy, v. 98. . . .1773.08 
Chances (The). See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, 

V. 7. 1844 1713.07 ; 1732.'iO 

Change (A) of base. .Sre Curtis (.l/rs. Arriana) 1744.04 

Channeling (The), play. See Middleton (T.) Works, v. 4. 1733.14 
Chapman (George). Comedies and tragedies. With notes and 

a memoir. 3 v. London, 1873. 12' 1713,24 

Note. — For Contents see p. 360 of Catalogue. 

— All fools, com. 5 acts. In Dodstey (J.) Old plays, v. 4. 

1780 17'22.04 

— Eastward hoe. 5acts. /nDodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 4. 1722.04 

— The widow's tears, com. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) Old pl;iys, 

V. 0. 1780 1722.06 

Chapter of accidents, com. See Lee {Mifs Sophia). . .1732.18 
Chapter of accidents, farce. See Douglass (J. T.) . . . 1773.00 
Charcoal burner ; or dropping well of Kuaresborough. See 

Almar (G.) 1721. '24 

Charity. .s'« Gilbert (W. S.) Orig. plays. 1876. . . .1724.34 
Charles I, hist, drama. ,S'ee Wills (W. G.) 1873. . , ,1744.32 
Charles ll., or the merry monarch, com. .V'-'.- Payne (J. U.) 1711.09 
Charles XII., hist, drama. 5'-f' Planche (J. K.) . . . .1711.25 

Charms, drama. ,-Sce Young (-Sir C. L.) 1773.14 

Chaste maid in Cheapside, com. See Middleton (T.) Works, v. 4. 

1840 1733.14 

Chastelard, trag. See Swinburne (A. C.) 1741.05 

Cheat (The). A'ee Plautus (.M. A.) Com., v. 3. 1772. . .1741.16 

Cheats of Scapin. S'e Moliere (J. B. P.) 

Oheltnam (Charles S.) Leathertungos tbe great, /n Lacy, v. 96. 

— Matchmaker, farce. 2 ads. In Lacy, v. 93 1773.03 

Cherry (Amlrew). Soldier's daughter, com. 5 acts. In C.B.T., 

v. -23 1711.23 

Same. In F. S. D.. v. 13.) 1772.13 

Same, /ii London stage, v. 1, 1825 1732,17 

Same. /;; Oxberry (W.) New Engl. drama.v.S. 1821. 1734.14 

— The travellers ; or music's fascination, opera. 5 acts. In 

C. B. T, V. 41 1721.08 

Cheriy and Fair star, eastern spectacle. 2 acts. In F. M. D.. 

V. 12 1771.10 

Child of nature. .S'ce Inchbald (.t/rs. E.) 1711.11 

Child of tho wreck, melodrama. .Sir Planche (J. K.) . .1741.09 
Children in tbe wood, opera. .Vo; Morton (Thomas). . . 1711.17 
Chimney-corner, drama, .'•'ff' Craven (H. T.) .... 1772.30 
ChiseUing, farce. See Dilly (J. J.) and Allen James). . 1773.19 
ChoephoriE (The). See .Eschylus (p. 5 of Catalogue). 
Choice, com. &■■ Murphy (Arthur). Works, v. 4. . . 60.57.11 
Chopstick and Spikins. farce, .v.- Meritt (P.) .... 1773.19 

Christmas carol. .Vw Barnett (C. Z) 1773.04 

Christmas jiantomime, extrav. .'-■>•(' Bilkins (T.) .... 1773.05 
Chrononhotonthologos. See Carey (Henry). . 1721.08 ; 1732.1S 
Churl (The). See Plaums (M. A.) Com., v. 4. 1772. . . 1741.16 



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Oibber (CoUey). Dramatic works, i v. L., 1700. 1G°. . 1713.27 
iVo((!.— For CunUnls see p. 269 of Catalogue. 

— Careless husbaud, com. 5 acts. In British drama, v. 2. 

1853 1714.10 

— — Same. 7k London stage, v. 3, 1826 n:i2.1!l 

— Love iiiake.s a iiuiu ; or the fop's fortuue, com. acts. In 
^ ^ , V. 4;) 



O. B. T., 



1721.10 



Same. In London stage, v. 3. 1826 1732.19 

— Provoked hubbaiul. .S'-y Vanbrugli (-J.) and Cibber (C.) 

— ,Slle would and shr wovdd not ; or the kiud imposter. com. 

5 acts. In London stage, v. 3. 18'2C 1732.10 

— Ximeua ; or the Ucruic daughter, trag. 5 acts. In British 

drama, v. 2 1714.10 

Cinderella, opera. 2 acts, /n F. S. D., v. 21 1772.18 

Circumstances alter eases, comedietta. Sir Hoppin (W.,J.)1771.22 
Cislell.iria ; or ttie casket. See Flautus (M. A.) D.im., v. 2. 1742.05 
Oit turned geutleinuu, com. See Moliere (J. B. P.) l)r. works, 

V. 4. 1751 1733.22 

Citizen (The), farce. ,y<v Murphy (Arthur) 1734.20 

City (The) heiress. Sn- Behn {Mrs. A.) Plays, v. 2. 1871. 6021.05 
City madam (The). See Massinger (P.) Dr. works. 1851. 1735.02 

Cily miitih. See Mayne (.1.) 1722.09 

City (The) nit,'lit-iai), tr;i{,n com. .S'-'e Davenport (K.) . . 1722.11 
Oily (The) ol tlii> I'lacue. .v.-,' Wilson (John). Poems. 18.')8. 1695.23 
City Witt. ,V" Brome (U.) Dram, works, v. 1. 1873. . 1713.20 
City wives' coulederacy. com. .S'ee Vanbrugh (.-S'i'r John). 1714.10 

Civilization. *•.' Wilkins (J. II.) 1772.13 

Clandestine marriage, com. See Garrick (David) and Colman 

(lieorge) 1741.07 

Olapp (Wm.\V..>.) LaTiammiua. 4acts. /;/ F. S.D..V. 3'l. 1772.'27 
. — My husband's mirror, comeiUetta. lact./zi F.M.D.,v.26.1771.17 
Olari ; or the maid of Milau, opera. See Payne (.1. H.) . 1711.24 
Ciaridge (C. J.) a«'? Soutar (Robert, jr.) Fast coach, farce, lact. 

In Lacy, v. 1U2. 1773.12 

Clarke (Campbell). Awakiuf,'. drama, lact. /7i Lacy. v.98. 1773 oh 
Clarke (H. Savile). Hugger-mugger, farce. 1 ac(. /« Lacy. v. 102. 

— ami Du Terreau ( — ). Love wins, com. 3 acts. In Lacy. 

V. 105 1773,15 

Clarke (N. H. Belden). O'Neal, the great. 3 acts. InT.S.D. 
V. 42 1772.2'.! 

— Pirate of the isles, /n F. S. D., v. 4-2 1772.29 

Clear case, farce. 1 act. See A'Beckett (Ci. A.) . . . . 1721.11 
Clements (Arthur). Two blinds, operetta, fti Lacy, v. 102. 1773.12 

— Two to one ; or the Irish tootman, farce. 1 act. In Lacy, 
1773 



. 98. 



08 



— and Hay (Frederick), Cracked heads, burlesque. In Lacy 

V 108 1773.18 

Cleomenes, the Spartan hero, trag. Sec Dryden (J.) Works, 

V. 8. 1821 5042.21 

Clerk of Clerkenwell. See Almar (Uoo.) 1721.22 

Clockmaker's hat. farce. See Girardin {Mme. E. de). . . 1771.08 
Clouds. See Aristophanes. Comedies (p. 36 of Catalogue). 

Coals of fire. com. See Craven (H. T.) 1773.04 

Cobb (.lames). Doctor aud apothecary, mus. eut. 2 acts. In 

British drama, v. 1. 1853. . . ' 1714.00 

— . — Same. In London static, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

— First floor, farce. 2 acts. In British drama, v. 2. 1853. 1714.10 

Same. In C. B. T.. v. 41 1721.08 

Same. In London sta^'e. v. 3. 1821) 1732.10 

— Haunted tower, comic opera. 3 acts. /« C.B.T., v. 30. 1711.30 
Same. /« London s^tage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

— Paul aud Virginia, mus. eut. 2acts. 7>j C.B.T., v.'20. 1711.'20 
Same. In London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

— Siege of Belgrade, comic opera. 3,acts. /« C.B.T..V.20. 1711.20 

Same. In London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.-20 

Cobbler of Prestou, mus. f.irce. See Johnson ((".) . . 1721.09 

Cockneys iu California. See Coyne (J. S.) 1771.05 

Coffee-house (The), com. See Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Dram. 

woika. V. 2. 1781 1744.22 

Cotfey (Ch.irles). Devil to pay ; or the wives metamorphosed. 

comic opera. /;( British drama, v. 1. 1853.. . .1714.09 

same. 2 acts. /« C. B. T.. v. 38 1721.05 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Colman {George, the ebler). Deuce is in him. farce. 2 acts. In 

British drama, V. 1. ISM 1714.09 

Same. In London stage, v. 3. 1826 17:i2.19 

— Jealous wife, com. 5 acts. In Brit, drama, v. 1. 1853. 1714.09 

Same, /n C. B. T, v. 7 1711.07 

Same, /n F S. D, v. 4 1772.04 

Same. Iu London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. /« Oxberry (W) New Eugl. drama, v. 1. 1734.10 

— Manager iu distress, prelude. In Lacy, v. 94. . . . 1773.04 

— Polly Houeycumbe. lact //iLondonstage, v. 2. 1825. 1732.18 

— aii't Garrick (D.l Claudestine marriage, com. 5 acts. In 

C. B. T.. V. 7 1711.07 

^ Same. InT.S.D.. v. B 1772.05 

— - — Same. In London stage, v. 1, 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl. drama,v.5.18'21.1734.14 

Same. In Lacy, v. 02 1773.02 

Colman (George, the ynunger). The .Africans ; or war, love, aud 

duty. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 43 1721.10 

— Battle of Hexham : ordaysofold. 3;icts. In C.B.T.,v.37. 1721.04 

— Blue Beard, dram, romauce. 2 acta. In C.B.T.,v. 36. 1721.03 

— Blue devils, farce. 1 act. In C. B. T., v. 39. . . . 1721.06 

.Same, /n F. S. D., v. 9 1772.00 

Heir at law, com. 5 acts. /« C. B. T.. v. 38. . . .■1721.05 

Same. In T. S. D.. v. 12 1772.12 

— lulileaudYaiico, opera. 3 acts, //i Brit, drama, v.2. 181)3. 1714. Id 
Same, /n C. B. T., v. 10 1711. li: 

— Iron chest, play. 3 acts, /n C. B. T., v. 35. . , .1721.02 
Same. In F. S. D., v. 6 1772.06 



— John Bull ; or the Eaglishman's fireside, com. 5 act«. In 

0. B. T., v. 36 1721.03 

— Jonathan iu Kugland. Altered from Who wants a guinea. In 

F. S. D.. V. 40 1772.-28 

— ■ Love laughs at locksmiths, mus. farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T. 
V. 37 1721.04 

— The Mountaineers, play. 3 acts. In C. B. T., v. 35. . 1721.02 
Same. In F. S. D.. v. 8 1772.08 

— PoorgeiitIeman.com. 5 acts, /a C. B. T.. v. 37. .1721.04 
Sime. /;i F. S. D.. V. 3 1772.03 

— The Review ; or the wags of Windsor, mus. farce. 2 acts. In 

C. B. T., V. 36 1721.03 

.Same. In F. S. D., v. 36 1772.'25 

--- Surrender of Calais, play. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 10. 1721.07 

— Sylvester Daggerwood. interlude. 1 act. In C.B.'r..v.36. 1721.03 

— Ways aud means, com. 3 acts. In Brit, drama.v. 1. 1853. 1714.09 
Same. In London stiige. v. 3. 1826 1732.19 

— Who wauts a guiuea, com. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. '20. 1711.*,:0 
Same. Altered [aud name changed to] Jonathan in Eng- 
land. In F. S. D., V. 40 1772.'28 

— - X. Y. Z., farce. 2 acts. In 0. B. T., v. 25 1711.25 

Coiomb (Col. — , F. S. A.) Cast king of Granada, hist, extrav. 

In Lacy. v. 103 1773.13 

Columbus el filibu.-itero. ,?ee Brougham (.John). . . ,1771.13 

Comedy aud tragedy. .Ve.' Foumier (M. 11.) 1771.13 

Comedy of errors. A'ee Shakspere (Wm.) 1711.16 

Comfortable lodgings ; or Paris iu 1750, farce. See Feake (U.B.) 
Comical lovers, com. See Cibber (C.) Dr. works, v. 3.1760. 1713.29 
Comical revenge. See Etherege (tt.) Works. 1704. . . 1723.08 
Commissary, com. .Vee Foote (S.) Works, v. 2. 1799. . 1724.19 

Comus, masque. See Milton (.jotiu) 1711.32 

Conceited peddler. A'ee Randolph (T.) Poet, and dr. works, v, 1, 

1875 1741. '24 

Confederacy, com. See Vanbrugh (J.) Dram, works. 1849. 1744.31 

Congreve (Wm.) Dramatic works. London, 1849. 8'. . 1744.31 

Cu}ilent^ : Double-dealer. Judgment of Paris. Love for 

love. Mourning bride. Old Bachelor. Semele. Way of 

the world. 

— Works. 2 v. London, 1719. 18° 1714.17 

— TheDoubledealer.com. 5 acts, /n London stage, v. 4. 1732. >0 

— Love for love, com. 5 acts. /« C. B. 'T., v. 19. . . .1711.19 

Same. In British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same, //i London stage, v. 3. 1826 1732.19 

— Mourning bride, trag. 5 acts. In Brit, drama, v, 1. 1853. 1714.00 
Same, //i London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.".iO 

— Way of the world, com. 5 acts. In London stage, v. 4. 1732.20 
Conjugal fidelity. .*■■ Plautus (51. A.) Com., v. 4. 1772. 1741.16 

Conjugal lesson. .SVe D'Anvers (Henry) 1771.10 

Conquest (i.ieorge) euid Meritt (Paul). Seven sins ; or passion's 

paradise, drama. 4 acts. In Lacy, v. 100. . . . 1773.19 

Conscience, trag. See Iffland (A. W.) 1724.24 

Conscious lovers (The), com. .SVe Steele (-S'lV U.) . , . 1732.18 
Conspiracie. and tr.igt^die of Cliarles. dnke of Byron. See Chap- 
man (l-i.) Dram, works, v. 2. 1873 1713.25 

Conspiracy of the Pazzi. .Vie Alfieri (V.) Trag., v. '2. 1815. 1712.11 
Constant couple. See Farquhar (G.) Dram, works. 1810. 1744.31 
Conslantmaid.com. See Shirley (•).,! Dr. works, v. 4. .1743.06 
Constantine Paleologus. .S'ee Baillie (J.) Works. 1851. 1712. '22 
Contention for honour and riches. .S'ee Shirley (J.) Dram, works, 

V. 0. 1833 1743.08 

Contrivances (The), ballad opera. .See Carey (H.) . . . 1732. '20 
Convict (Tlie). .SVe Wilson (John). Poems. 1858. . . 1695. '25 
Conway (H. J.) Hiram Hireout, farce, lact. /?i F. M. D..v. 22. 

— Our Jemimy. farce. 1 act. In F. M. D-, v. 12. . . 1771.10 
Cooke (Johu). Greenes tu qiioque, or cittie gallant. 1 act. In 

Dodsley (J.) Old phiys. v. 7. 1780 1722.07 

Cool as a cucumber. .S'ee Jerrold (Wm. B.) 1771.19 

Cooper (Frederick Fox). Black-eyed Sukey, burlesque. 1 act. 

/»! C. M. T.. v. 14 1721. '.:9 

— Hercules, kiug of clubs, faice. lact. /n C. M. T.. v. 13. 1721. L:8 

— Ion, travestie. 1 act. In C. M. T.. v. 12 1721.27 

— Spare bed ; or the shower bath, farce. 2 acts. In C. M. T.. 

v. 7 1721.22 

Coriolanus. trag. .S'ee Shakspere (Wm.) 1711.07 

Cornelia, trag. .SVe Gamier (R.)- 1722.02 

Coronation (The), play. Ser Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v, 3. 1743.05 
Coroner's inquisition, farce. .See Hall (A. O.) .... 1771.11 

Correggio, trag. .See Oehlenschliiger (A.i 1733.36 

Corsair (The), Christmas biuksque. -Vee Brough ;Wm.) 1771.12 
Corsican brothers. .See Grange (E.) tind Montepin (X. de) 1772.12 

Corsican brothers. .See Webb (C.) 1721.14 

Count Beuyowski. See Kotzebue (A. von) 1724.22 

Coimt Koenigsmark. trag. ,SVe Reitzenstein (C, vonl. . 1724.26 
Count of Burgiuidy, com. .See Kotzebue (A. F. F. von). Dram. 

works, v. 1. 18O0 1732.02 

Count of Narbouue. trag. .See Jephson (R.) 173'2.19 

Countess of Escarbagnas. .See Moliere (J. B. P.) Dram, vvorks. 

Country girl, com. .See Wycherley (Wm.) 1734.17 

Country house, farce. .Vee Vanbmgh (J.) Dr. works. 1849. 1744.31 
Country inn, com. .See Baillie (J.) Works. 1851. . . . 1712. '22 

Country squire, com. .See Dance (C.) 2 acts 1772.'27 

Country "ife, com. .Vee Wycherley (W.) Dr. works. 1849. 1744.31 

Court and city. com. See Feake (R. B.) 1721.09 

Court beauties, dram, sketch. .See Planche (J. K.) . . . 1741.09 
Court beggar. .See Brome (R.) Dram, woiks. v. 1. 1^73. 1713. '20 
Court cards, comic drama. .See Simpson (.J. P.) . . . . 1771. '24 
Court secret, tragi-com. See Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v. 5. 1,43.07 
Courtezans (The). SecPlautns (M. A.) Com., v. 5. 1774.1741.17 
Courtney (John). Deeds, not words, drama. 2 acts. In Lacy. 

v. 105 1773.15 

— Eustache Baudin. 3 .lets. In F. S. D.. v. IS. . . . 1772.17 



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— Time trioa all. 2 acta. In T. S. D.. v. .18 1772.26 

Oousin Fauuie. com. 2 acta. In F. M. D.. v. 40. . . . 1771.24 
Covent gartleu ■wec(le<l. .SV''' Brome (It.) Dr. works, v. 2. 171:t.21 
Cowley (.Vrs. Hannah). licUe'a 8trata{,'eui, com. 5 acts. In 

British drama. V. 1. 18.5:1 . ni4.0<l 

Saiiiu. /«C. B. T.,v. 2 1711.r,2 

Same. In F. S. D.. v. 30 1772.20 

Same, //i London Btagc.''v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

SatoG. /?i Oxberry (W.) New Engl., drama, v. G. 1734.15 

— Bold stroke for a Imsband, com. 5 acts. In C.B.T..V.3G.1721.03 
Same. 5 acta, /ii London stage, V. 3. 182G. . .1732.19 

— Which is the man ? com. 5 acts. In London stage, v. 2. 

1825 1732.18 

— Who's the dupe? farce. 2 acts. In Brit, drama, v. 2. 1714.10 

Same, /re London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

— . — Same, /rt Oxberry (W.) New Kngl. drama, v. 11, 1734.20 
Cox and Box. .SVc Morton (-J. M.) rtm( Burnand (F. C.) . 1771.24 
Coxcomb (The). See Beaumont (F.) ami Fletcher (.1.) Works, 

V. 3. 1843 1713.03 

Coyne (J. Stiriiug). Awkward arrival, com, 2acts. MF. M. D., 
V. 12 1771.10 

— Box and Cox married and settled, farce, 1 act. In T. M. D., 

V. 7 1771.07 

— Cockneys in California. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 6. . 1771.05 

— Did you ever send your wife to Camberwell? farce. 1 act. 

In F. M. D.. V. 39 1771.23 

— Everybody's friend, com. 3 acts. /« F. S. D., v. 44. 177'2.30 

— Love-knot, com. 3 acts. /« F. S. D., v. 411 1772. '28 

— Pas de fascination, farce. 1 act. /ii F. M. D, v. 3). 1771.21 

— Separate maintenance, farce. 1 act. In Lacy. v. 94. 1773.04 

— Trumpeter's daughter, farce, 1 act. //i F. M. D-. v. 35. 1771.21 

— Uuprotected female, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 30. 1771.19 
— ■ Vicar of Wakefield. 2 acts, /h F. S. D., v. 11. . .1772.11 

— Wanted, one thousand spirited yoimg' milliners, for the gold 

diggings, farce, lad. /ii F. M. D , v. 20. . . .1771.17 

— Woman iu red. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 92 1773.02 

Cozeners (The), com. .*e Foote (S.) Works, v, 2. 1799.1724.10 
Cracked heads, burlesque. .See Clements (A.) ami Hay (r.)1773.l8 
Cradle of liberty : or lioston iu 1776. Sec Glover (S. E.) 4 acts. 

In F. S. D.. v. 38 1772.'27 

Cramond brig, drama. .S'.v Murray (\Vm. H.) . . . .1721.13 
Craven (H. T.) Chimney <orner. drama. 2 acts. /« F.S. D.,v. 44. 

— Coals of fire, com. 3 acts, /u Lacy, v. 94 1773.04 

— Meg's diversion. 2 acts. luT.S D., v. 43, . . .1772.29 

— Our Nelly, drama. 2 acts, iit Lacy, v. lc)8 1773.18 

— Village uightiugale, burletta. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 108. 1773.18 
Crazy .laue. romantic play. .V'-.- Somerset ((', .A.) . . .1721.17 
Creatures of impulse, mus. fairy tale. ,Vte Gilbert (W. S.) 1773 Ul 
Cricket oa the lieartli. .S'..- Smith (.\lbeit). In F.S.D.,v.43. 1772.29 

Crimeless criminal, farce. .^6^ Becher (M.) 1773.11 

Crinoline, farce. &f! Brough (B. B.) 1771.18 

Critic (Tlie), or a tragedy rehearsed. .V'.'! Sheridan (It. B.) 
Cross (.Tallies C) The purse ; or the benevolent tar, mus. ent. 

1 act. In London stage, v. 4, 1827 1732.20 

Cross purposes, farce, Sf'' O'Brien (Wm.) 1732.18 

Crossing the line, comic dr. .?'•■ Almar (George). . . . 1771. Iu 
Crowding the season, com. S-r Hardy (E. T.) .... 1771.24 

Crown prince. .V« 'Wilks (T. E.| 1771.10 

Crowned Hippolytus (The). Sc Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 
Cruel gift, trag. .See Centlivre {Mrs. H.) Dr. works. \. 2. 1714.21') 
Cumberland (Uichard). The brothers, com, 5 acta. In British 

drama, v. '2. 1853 1714.10 

Same. /?i London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

— TheCarmelite.tr. 5 acts, /re Lond. stage, v. 4. 1827. 1732.'20 

— False impressions, com. 5 a. In Lond. stai;e,v.4. 1827. 1732.20 

— Fashionable lover.s, com. 5a. /re Lond. stage, v.2. 1825. 1732. IS 

— First love, com. 5 acts, /re London stage, v. 3. 1820. 1732.19 

— The Jew, com. 5 acts, /re C. B. T., v. 38 1721.05 

Same, /re London stage, v. 1. 18'25 1732.17 

— Mvsterious husband, trag. 5 acts. In London stage, v. 3. 

"l820 1732.19 

— West ludiaii. com. 5 acts. In British drama, v. 2. 1853. 1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. I. 1825 1732.17 

Same. /» Oxberry(W.) New Engl, dr.ima. v. 1. 1818. 1734.10 

— Wheel of fortune, com. 6 acts, /re C. B. T., v. 14. .1711.14 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry(W.) New Engl. drama.v.l2. 1821. 1734.21 

Cunningham [Mrs. Virginia.) Jladelaiue, the belle of the Fau- 
bourg. 3 acts. /reF. S. D., V. 33 1772.-24 

Cupboard love, farce. .v.'s Hay (Fred.) 1773.01 

Cupid uud <leath, masque. Sc-i Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v. 0. 1743.03 

Cupid iu waiting, com. See Jerrold (B.) 1773. Ut 

Cupid's revenge. Sre Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, 

V. 2. 1843 1713.02 

CurcuUo ; or the forgery. .Vr.piautus (.M.A.) Com., v.l. 1852. 1742.04 
Cure tor a cuckold, com. .Vt-t: Webster (T.) (uni Rowley [W.)1744.27 
Cure fi'r the heartache, com. .S't<^ Morton (T.) .... 1711.10 
Cure l..r the fidgets, farce. Sa 'Williams (T. J.) ... 1771.23 

Curfew (The), play. .Vec Tobin (J.) 1721.10 

Curious case, com. 2 acts, [anon.] /re F. M. D.. v. 41. 1771.24 

Curse of mammon, .v..; Reynoldson (T. H.) 1721.30 

Curtis {Mrs. .\rriaiiu W.) The spirit of Seventy-six, a drama. A 

change of base. Doctor Mondscheiu. [autnt.] Boston, 

1868. 10' 1744.04 

Custom of the coinitry. S-'x Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (.1.) 

Works, v. 4 1713.01 

Out off with a shilling, comedietta. See Smith (S. T.) . 1773.07 
Cyclops (The). See Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 
Cymbeline. Sec Shakspere (Wm.) 

Cymon and Iphigeiiia. .S'..: Garrick (David). . 1732.19 ; 1741.09 
Cynthia's revels. .Vc: Jonson (Ben). Works, 1853. . . 1725. "27 
Czar Peter. See O'Keeffe (J.) Dram, works v. 3, 1798, 1734.00 



Daddy Ilardacre, drama. .V-r Simpson (-T. P.) . , . .1773.10 
Dagobcrt. king of the Franks, tra^'. Set Babo (./. M.) . 1724. '24 
Dalrymplo (J. S.) Lurlino ; or revolt of the Naiades, operatic 

spectacle. 3 acts. In C. M. T., v. 9 1721.24 

Same. | lt'i»i /i».- .] Naiad queen, /re F. S. D.,v. 38. 1772.27 

Daly (Augustin). Fiou Froii, com. 5 acts, /re F.S.D.,v. 45. 1772.:tO 

— l.eah, the forsaken. 5acts. /re Lacy. v. 97 1773.07 

Damoisclle. Sec Brome (It.) Dram, works, v. 1. 1873. 1713."20 

Damon and Pithiaa, com. See Edwards (K.) 1722.01 

Damon and Pythias, trag. See Banim (.1.1 and Shicl (ILL.) 1721.11 
Damon and P.vthias, farce. .Vo; Buckstone (J. B.) . . ,1721.21 
Damon : or true frieiidshij). com. Sec Leasing (ti. E.) Dram. 

works. 1878 1732.30 

Dance (Charles). IJengal tiger, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. '25. 

— Country squire, com. 2 acts, /re F. S. D.. v. 39. . . 1772.*27 

— Delicate ground ;orI'ariBin 1793. 1 act. /re F.M.D..V.5. 1771. OB 

— Kill or cure, farce, fact. /reF M. D.. v. 0. . . .1771.06 

— Match iu the dark. com. 1 act. /n F. M. D.. v. 28. .1771.18 

— Morning call, com. I act, /re F. M. D., v. 8. . . .1771.08 

— Naval engagements, com. 2 acts, /re F. M. D., v. 4. . 1771.04 

— Two b'hoya. burletta. 2 acts. In F. M. D.. v. 36. . 1772.20 

— Victorvanqnislied.com. 1 act. //( F. M. D., v. 25. 1771.10 

— Who speaks first? farce. 1 act. /re F. M. D..V. 5. .1771.00 

— Wonderful woman, com. dr. 2 acts. In F. M. D., v. 41. 1771.24 
Dance (George). Lucky stars: or the cobbler of Cripplegate I 

burletta. 1 act. In Lacv. v. 94 177:(.0I 

Daniel (George). Disagreeable siiriirise, mus. farce. 2 acts. 

/nO.B. T.. V. 14 1711.14 

■ - Doctr.r Dolus. 1 act. /re C. B. T.. v. 13 1711.13 

-— Sworn at llighgate, mus. farce. 2 acts. In C.M.T..V.C. 1721.21 

Danvers (ll-iiry). Conjugal lesson, comic scene. 1 ai-t. In 

. F. M. D., V. 12 1771.10 

— Fascinating individual, farce. 1 act. /reF.M.D..v 21. 1771,14 
Dark hour before dawn. See Brougham (■!.) and Goodrich (F. U.) 

5 acts 1772.22 

Daughter (The). .SVc Bayly (T. H.) 1771.11 

Daughter (The), play. See Knowles (.1. S.) Work8.1732.05 ; 1732.06 
Daughter to marry, comedietta, i'ec Planche (J. R.) . .174109 
Daveau (Illiou). Plague of my life 1 farce. 1 act. In Lacy, 

v. 104 1773.14 

Davenant {Sir 'Wm.) Dramatic works, \vith pref. memoir. 5 v. 

Loudon, 1872-74. 8' 17'22.22 

Xote. — For Contents see p. 400 of Catalogue. 

— The wits, com. 6 acts. In Dodsley (.T.) Old plays, v. 8. 17'22.08 
Davenport (Kobert). Tlie city niglit-cap, tragi-coni. 5 acta. In 

Dodsley (.1.) Old pl.iys, v. 11. 1780 17'2'2.11 

Davidson {Mrs. — ). Girulda; vv which is myhuaband? com. 

3 acts, /re O. B. T., v. 4(1 1721.13 

Davidson (G. H., translator). Augelo and the actress ol Padua, 

drama, 4 acts, /re C. B. T., v. 48 1721.15 

Day after the fair, farce. i'« Somerset (C. A.) 1721.18; 1771.12 
Day o.ltcr the wedding, interlude. ,S'ee Kemble (M. T.) . 1711.-29 
Day of reckoning, drama. See Planche (.J. K.) .... 1741.09 
Days of Jezebel, hist, drama. See Bayne (P.) 1872. . . 1712.33 

Day s fishing, larce. .S'ec Morton (J. H.) 1771.23 

Dead hciU't. hist, drama, .sce Webster (B.) 177'2.29 

Dead shot, farce. See Buckstone (.J. B.) 1771.01 

Dead witness, drama. Sec Reeve (W.) 1773.09 

Deadman's point ; or the lighthouse on the Caru Ruth. See 

Burnand (F. C.) 1773.02 

Deaf and dumb ; or the orphau protected. See Eotzebne 

(A. von) 1711.16; 1724.'23 

Deaf as a post, farce. .Sfe Poole (T.) 1771.08 

Deaf lover, farce. See Pilon (F.) 1732.19 

Death of Adam. See Gtenlis {.ytnic. Ae). Sacred dramas. 1724.32 
Death of Ctesar, trag. .St^e "Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Dr. works, v. 1. 
Death of Cain. .See Lyndsay (D.) Dramas. IS'22. . . . 1732. '23 
Death of Wallensteiu. See Schiller (J. 0. F. von). . . . ll'>:!3.15 
Debauchees ; or Jesuit caught, com. See Fielding (H.) Works, 

V. 2 5037.21 

Debt, farcical com. See De Pass (IC. A.) 1773.10 

Decided case. .S"' Brougham (,t.) 1771.11 

Deeds, not words, drama. .V" Courtney (J.) 1773.15 

Deep, deexi sea ; or Perseus and Andromeda, burletta. See 

Planche (J. S.) ami Dance (C.) 1741.12 

Dekker (Thomas). Diauiatic works. With notes and memoir. 

4 V. London, 1873. 16' 1722.18 

I^^ote. — For Contents see under Jiisname (p. 410}. 

— Honest whore. In Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 3. 1780. 1722.03 
Delicate ground ; or Paris iu 1703. .?« Dance (C.) . .1771.05 

Dehnquent (The), com. .^Ve Reynolds (F.I 1721.07 

Deluge (The). .STce Lyndsay (U.) Dramas. 18'22. . . .1732.23 
Deluge (The). See Reade (.1. E.) Poet, works, v. 3, 1857. 1081.05 
Demetria. trag. .s-..- Hillhouse (J. A.) Dramas, v. 1. 1839. 1725.1* 
Demetrius. .v,;s Schiller (J. C. F. vc.ul. Works, v. 4. . .5064.27 
Demon lover, comedietta. .V": Brougham (John). . . . 1771.11 
De Montfort. trag. .S'l- Baillie (J.) Works. IS.il. . . 171-2.'22 
Dennis (.Juhnl. Dramas, /re /us Select works, v. 2. 1718. 5014. '20 
De Pass (E. A.) Debt, farce. 2 acts, /re Lacy, v. 100. .1773.10 
Deposition (The) ; or fatal miscarriage, trag. 3 acta. [Ediu.? ii.</.I 

!>■ In 17-22.15 

Desert deserted ; or last days of Brigham Young. 4 acts. [/« 

F. S. D.,v. 26 177'2.-21 

Desert island, dram. poem. .SV,- Murphy (A.) Works, v. 3. 5057.10 

Deserted d.-iughter. com. .S-'' Holcroft (T.) 173'2.I9 

Deserter (The), musical drama. See Dibden (C.) . . . 1734.20 

Desperategauie.com. ,S''v Morton (■/. M.) 1733.16 

Destiny of Cain. *r Lyndsay (D.) Drania,s. 1822. . . 17»2.-2:1 

Deuce is in him, farce. See Colman (George) 1714.09 

Devil and doctor Faustus. diauia. Sec Rede (L.) . . .1721.12 
Devil (fho) is an ass. *e Jonson (Ben). Works. 1853. 17-25.27 
Devil to pay ; or wives mctamoriiUosed. See Coffey (C.) 1721.05 



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PLAYS : Devil upon two sticks lo Earthquake. 



Devil upon two sticks, com. A'-r Foote {S.) Works, v. 2. 1724 li> 

Devil's bridye, openi. .V^^-; Arnold (S. J.) 1721.(19 

Devil's "lucat ; orGift of niiiinmon. .SVf Jerrold ilJoiiylim). 1721.20 
Devil's flixir ; or tUo Bliatlowk'ss mau, mus. romance. tSce Fitz- 

Ball(K,i 1711.22 

DeviTs law case. AVc Webster (J.) Dr. works, v. :(. 1857. 1744.20 

Devilish t,'no(l juke. .SVc Higgle (T.) 1771.21 

Devotion <'f tlm cross. .SVf Calderon de la Barca (P.) . 1714.20 
Diamond arrow, com. .Vet Moncrieff (W. T.) .... 1721.25 
Dibden (I'liarles). The (liiBeiter, mus. drama. 2 acts. In Lon- 
don stiigo, V. 1. 1825 17;J2.17 

Same, fu Oxberry (W.) New Euyl. dr.. v. 11. 1821. 1734.20 

— Great ilevil ; or robber of Genoa, melodrama. 2 acts. In 

G. M. T- V. 14 1721.2'.) 

— IvaTihi e ; ortho Jew's daughter, romantic melodrama. 3 acts. 

In Lacy. V. 92 1773.02 

— The Qnaker. comic oxiora. In Brit, drama, v. 1. i853. 1714.09 

Same. In London uta^'C, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Sa-iie. /« Oxberry (W.) NewEugl. dr., v. 11. 1H21. 1734.20 

— Smngj^ler's daughti-r, melodrama. 2 acts. In G. M. T.. v. 7. 

— The Watt-rmau ; or the 1st of August, ballad opera. 2 acts. 

In 0. B. T , V. 23 1711.23 

S;imc. hi London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

— - WiUlmaii. melodrama. 1 act. In C. M. T.. v. 11. . 1721.26 
Dibden (Cliarirs. jr.) Farmer's wife, comic opera. 3 acts. /» 

London Htagc, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

— Mv spouse aud I, operatical farce. 2 acts, /n London stage, 

V. 4. 1827 1732.20 

Same. In G. B. T.. v. 41 1721.08 

Dibdin (Thomas). Banks of the Hudson ; or the congress 

trooper. 3 acts. In 0- M. T., v. 4 1721.10 

— The Cabinet, comic opera. 3 acts. /« C. B. T., v. 21. 1711.21 

— Don Giovanni ; or a spectre ou horseback. 2 acts. In G. 

M. T.. V. 2 1721.17 

English fleet in 1342, comic opera. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v, 32. 

— Fate of Calas. hist, drama. 3 acts. In G. M. T.. v. 8. ITJI.2 '. 
— r Fivtnniles off ; or the finger post, com. 3 acta. In C.B.T.,v.42. 

— Heart of Mid-Lothian, melodrama. 3 acts. /» C. M. T., v. 1. 
Same. In F. S. D.. v. 22 1772.19 

— Humphrey Clinker, farce. 2 acts. In C. M. T.. v. 4. 1721.19 

— Ivauhoe ; or the jew'a daughter, melodrama. 3 acts. In 

C. M. T.. V. 2 1721.17 

Same, hi F. S. D.. v. 40 1772.28 

— - Jew and the doctor, farce. 2 acts, /n C. B. T., v. 11. 1711.11 

— - — Same. In C. B. T., v. 34 1721,01 

-—■ Keutlworth. drama. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 39. . . 1721.06 
-- Lady of the lake, melodrama. 2acts. /« 0. M. T.,v. 3. 1721.18 

— — Same.. In F. S D.. v. 35 1772.25 

— Of age to-mi>rrow, mna. eut. 2 acts. In C.B.T.,v.43. 1721.10 

— P.ist ti^n o'clock and a rainy night I farce. 2 acts. In C. B. 

T , V. 38 1721.05 

— Paul Jones, melodrama. 3 acts. In C. M. T.. v. 2. . 1721.17 

— Quaker (The), comic opera. 2 acts, hi C. B. T., v, 37. 1721.04 
— - Ituftiau boy, melodrama. 2 acts. In C. M. T.. v. 4. . 1721.19 

— St. David*B day ; or the Ijonest Welshman, raus. faree. 2 acts. 

/)i C. B. T., V. 37 1721.04 

— Sixes ; or the devil's in the dice, melodrama. 2 acts. In 
C. M. T.. V. 9 1721.24 

— Suil Dhiiv the coiner, melodrama. 2 acts. In G. M. T . v. 1. 

— Two Gregories ; or where did the money come from? f.irce. 

2 acts. 7?t C. M. T., V.3 1721.18 

— Under the rose, mus. interlude, lact. /» O.M.T.,v. 16. 1721.31 

— Valentine and Orson, melodr. 3aot8. //* C.B.T.,v.27. 1711.27 

— What next ? farce. 2 acts. //(London stage, v, 4. 1827. 1732.20 
Dick Turpiu and Tom King. S'^e Suter {W. E.) . . . . 1771.22 
Did you ever send your wife to Camberwell ? See Coyne (J. Stir- 

liuy) 1771.23 

Dido, queen of Carthage, trag. .?;^e Marlowe ,C.) Works. 1735.1(1 
Digby (George). Elvira.com. 5acts. /« Dodsley (J.) Old plays, 

V. 12. 1780 1722.12 

Dilly (J. J.) and Allen (James). Chiselliug. farce. 1 act. In 

Lacy. V. 109 1773.19 

Dimond (Wm.) Broken sword, melodrama. 2 acts. In G. B. T., 

V. 41 1721.08 

Same. /?i F. S. D., v. 22 1772.19 

— The JLthiop. 3 acts. /?i F. S. D.. v. 18 1772.17 

— Foundling of the forest. 3 acts. In G. B. T., v. 40. 1721.07 

— llnuter of the Alps, drama. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 39. 172l.0(; 

— Lady and the devil, mus. drama. 2 acts. In C.B.'r..v.4(i. 1721.13 
Same. /*( F. S. D.. v. 30 1772.23 

— Peasant boy. opera. 3 acts. /?t 0. B. T.. v. 40. . . .1721.07 

— Young huzzar. i)pera. 2 acts. /« C. B. "T.. v. 41. . .1721.08 

— Youth, love and lolly, comic opera. 2 acts. InG. B.T., v. 39, 
Disagreeable surprise, mus. farce. .SV^; Daniel (G.) , . 1711. U 
Discovery (The.. .^<tf Plautus (M. A.) Com. v. 3. 1772. . 174I.I.5 
Discreet princess, fairy cxtrav. .SVc Flanche (J. R.) . . 1741.09 
Distressed mother, trag. vSV»^Philips (A.) 1732.20 ; 1734.14 ; 1714.10 

Distrest mother, tiag. .SV''Phihps(A.) 1732.20 

Distress'd wife. com. .SV.: Gay (J.) Plays. 1772. . . . 1723,31 
Distresses (The). .SV*? D*Avenant (Wj Dr. works, v. 4. 1722.25 
Dixon (Bernard H.) ami Wood (Arthur). Behind a mask. com. 

3 acts. In Lacy, v. 97 1773.07 

Doctor aud apothecary, mus. ent. AVc Cobb (J.) 1714.09; 1732^18 

Doctor Bolus. .Set: Daniel (G.) 1711.13 

Doctor Dilworth. farce. Sr>! Oxenford (John) 1771.20 

Doctor Faustns. trag. .V.r Marlowe (C.) Works. 1733.01 ; 173'). 01 
Doctor iu spite of himself, farce. .SVf,- Moliere (J. B. 1'.) 
Doctor Mondscheiu ; or the violent remedy, ,'iiec Curtis (.l/r-; 

A. W.) 1744.01 

Dr. Pangloss. Sre Heir at law. 

Dodge for a dinner, farce, ^ee Palmer (T. A.) . . . . 1773.1ti 



Dodsley (Robert). Miller of Mansfivld, drant. ent, I act. In 
London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

Does he love me? com. .S'ce Falconer (E.) .... .1773.10 

Doldrum (The); or 1803. 2 acts. .V« OKeeffe (J.) Dram, works. 
V. 4. 1798 1734.07 

Dolores, trag. SW Cannon (C. J.) Dramas, liHTJ. . . 1714.29 

Don Oxsar ile Bazan. drama. ,See Dumanoir (P. F. P.) and Den- 
nery{A. P.I 1721.13; 1772.02 

Don Carlos, prince r)f Spain, trag, .Sie Otway T.) Works, v. 1. 

Don Carlos, /n Schiller (J. C. F. von). AVoiks. v. 3. . . 50114.20 

— ~ Same, fn Thompson (B.) Germ, theatre, v. 5. . 1724.25 
Don Garcia. -S'-s Alfieri (V.) Trag., v. 3. 1HI.5. . . . 1712.12 
Don Garcia of Navarro. AV^- Moliere (J. B P.) 17;J3.27 ; 1735,01 
Don Giovanni ; or spectre on horK(rba<-k. AV^ Dibden (T.) 1721.17 
Don Juan ; «>r thefeawtof the statue. ,SV,' Moliere ( J. B. P.) 1733.i8 
Don Paddy de Bazan, farce. .SV-.' Grover (J. H.) . . . 1771.23 
Don Quixote, nins. drama. .SV.; Almar (Geo.) .... 1721 29 
Don Quixote in England, com. AV«; Fielding (II.)Work8,v.3.5037.22 
Don Sebastian, trag. Sre Dryden (J ) Works, v. 7. 1821. 50^2 '20 
Done on both hides, farce. AVe Morton (J- M.) . . . .1733.10 
Don't forget your opera glasses. .SV,; Woolf (B, E.) . . 1771.17 
Don't juilgo by appearance, farce. S'-r Morton (J. M.) . 1733.10 

Double bedded room. *SVe Morton (J. M.) 1771.15 

Double-dealer, com. AVeOongreve(Wm). 1744.31 ; 1714.17 ; 1732.20 
Doublegallaut.com. AV« Gibber (C.) Dr. works, v. 3. 1760. 1713.29 
Double marriage. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, 

V. 0. 1844 1713.06 

Doubtful heir, tragi-com. .SV:e Shirley (J.) Dr. work8.v.4. 1743.06 
Douglas, trag. See Home (John). . 5044.01 ; 1714.09 ; 1722.15 
Douglass (John T.) Chapter of accidents, farce. 1 act. In Lacy 

V. 96 1773. l;0 

Doves in a cage. com. .SV*' Jerrold (D.) Writings, v. 8. . 1725,25 

Dowager, com. lact, .SV« Mathews (C.) 1771.20 

Down iu a balloon, farce. .ST't: Oxenford (J.) 1773.02 

Dragon of Wantley. burlesque. 3 acts. Sn: Gary (Henry). 1732.18 
Drama at home, extrav. See Planche (J, R.) ..... 1741.09 

Dramatic scenes. See Procter (H. C.) 1742,00 

Dramatist (The), com, St-e Reynolds (F.) 1721.06 

Drawing rooms, second floor, aud attics, farce. See Morton 

(J. M.) 173:i.l0 

Dreadfully alarming, farce. See Edwardes (C.) and Collerne (E.) 
Dream (The), trag. .SVe BailUe (J.) Works. 1H51. . .1712.22 

Dream at sea. .S'ct' Buckstone (J. B.) 1772.25 

Dreams of delusion, .sv.' Simpson (J. P.) 1771.20 

Dred. .SV,t Brougham (J.) 1772.17 

Drummer (The); or the haunted house, com. See Addison (J.) 

Drunkard (The). -SV« Smith (W. H.) 1772.U 

Drunkard's children, drama. -Vr-- Johnstone (J. B.) . - 1773,09 

Drunkard's doom, drama. S-?e Pitt (G. D.) 1772.30 

Drunkard's warning, drama. Se^ Tayleure (E. W.) . . 1772.30 
Dryden (John). Dramatic works. [/» hi.-i Works, v. 2-7. 1821.) 

Contents : v. 2. Wdd gallant, com. liival ladies, tragi- 
com. Indian queen, trag. Indian emperor, or conquest of 
Mexico. Secret love, or maiden queen. 3. Sir ftlartin 
Mar-.\li. ortho feIgnedinuocence.com. The tempest, com. 
Au evening's love, or the mock astrologer, com. Tyrannic 
love, or the royal martyr, trag. 4. Almaiizor and Alma- 
hide, or the conquest of Granada by the Spaniards, trag. 
Marriage a-la-mode, com. The assignation, or love in a 
nunnery, com. 5. Amboyua. or cruelties of the Dutch to 
the Engl, merchants, trag. State of innocence, aud fall of 
man, opera. Aureng-Zebe, trag. All lor love, the world 
well lost. trag. 6. Limberham, or the kind keeper, com. 
CEdipus, trag. Troilus and Cres.sida, trag. Spanish friar. 
7. Duke of Guise, trag. Albion and Albanius, opera. 
Don Sebastian, trag. 

— All for love. trag. 5 acts. In British drama, v. 2. 1853. 1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 3. 1826 1732.19 

Dubourg (A. W.) Sympathy, comedietta. 1 act. In Lacy. v. 96. 

— Twenty minutes under an umbrella. /;iLacy. v. 106. 1773.16 
Duchess vf Malfl. trag. .SV.; Webster (John). . 1744.25 : 1721.13 
Dudley (Bute). The woodman, comic opera. 3 acts. In Lon- 
don stage, v. 4. 1HJ7 1732. lO 

Duel (The); or my two nephews, farce. S-e Feake {il. B.) 1711.22 

Duenna (The), com. opera. .S'c; Sheridan (R. B.) 

Dukeof Guise, ti-ag. -S'-e Dryden (J.) Works, v. 7. 1H21. 5042.20 

Duke of Milau. S-e Massinger (Philip) 2735.02 

Duke's daughter ; or the hunchback of Paris. Ser Bourgeoise 

(A.)aHrfFeval (P.) 1772.Li8 

Duke's mistress, trag. S>y- Shirley (J.) Br. works, v. 4. 1743,06 
Dumanoir (P. F. P.) and Dennery (A. P.) Don Ca-sar ile Bazau. 

3 acts. [Tr. by G. A. A'Beckett and Mark Lemon.] In 

F. S. D., V. 2 o . 1772.02 

Same. In C.B.T., v. iG 1721.13 

Dumb belle, firce. .S'ee Bernard (P.) 1771.15 

Dumb boy of Manchester. See Rayner (B. F.) . . . . 1772.29 
Dumb girl of Geno.i, melodrama. .S'"' Farrell (J.) . . . 1772.24 

Dumbknight.hi3t.com. .S't'' Machin (L) 1722.04 

Dumb Savoyard, and his monkey. >>,■ Thompson (C. P.) 1773.08 

Duplicity, com. iVe Holcroft (t.) 1732.20 

Durivage (O. E.) Lady of the lions, burlesque. 1 act. In F. 

M. D.. V. 29 1771.18 

— Stage-struck Yankee, farce. 1 act. InT. M. D., v. 27. 1771.17 
Dutch courtezan. See Marston (J.) Works, v. 2. 1856. 1733,03 
Dutch lover. .SVe Behn (Mrs. A.) Plays, v. 1. 1871. . . 5021.04 

Dutchman's ghost, farce. See Barry (S.) 1771.13 

D'ye know me now? farce. .?■'■(■ Martin (Wm.) .... 1773.15 

Dying for love, com. 5^-' Morton (J. M.) 1771.20 

Earl of Essex, trag. .Vtre Jones (U.) 1714.10 

Earl of poverty. iVe Almar (Geo.) 1721.29 

Earl of Warwick, trag. *'fe Franklin (Thomas). . . .1732.19 
Earthquake ; or spectre of the Nile, burlotta. -See Fitz-Ball (E.) 



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Eist Indian (The), com. Sec Kotzcbuo (A. F. V. von). Drainatio 

woikB. V. a. 181)0 m-2Mi 

East Indian (Tiie), cum. Sc<: Lewis (M. (i ) In Kotzebue (A. !■'. 

F. vou). Urani. works, V. :!. IHOl 1732.04 

East Lynue, drama. .?« Palmer (T. A.) 17";). 1:1 

Eastward lio«. A'''-; Chapman ((-ii-o, 17"2'2.04 

Eastivardh'io. .SVc Marston (.1.) Work.i, v. :). 18SG. . . 17a.i.U.l 

Ebenezer V< ntiire. lairo. .SVr La Bree (li.) 1771.15 

Ebsworlh (.l/'■■^■. — ). Payable at siglit ; or chaato Baluto, comii; 

liic-c. In C. M. T., V. 14 1721.29 

Ebsworth (■lo.'ic'iili). Rival valets, farce. 2act8. i« C. M. T.. v.l2 
Ecclesiazusx. .SV.> Aristophanes. t'cmUHlies, v. 2. 1853. 1712.10 

Eddystone elf, melodrama. .S'.v Pitt ((i. D.) 1721.25 

Education, etnn. .SVc Morton (T.) 1711. !(> 

Edward, tlio black priiue, hi^t. trajj. See Shirley (Win.) 17;)2.2l) 
Edward li., tra^. *v Marlowe (('.) Dr. work.s. 1818. . 173:).lll 

Edward IV., play. -SVc Heywood (Thomas) 175)1.13 

Edwardes (Conway). Anne Boleyn, burlesque extrav. 1 act. 

/;(Lacy. V. 97 1773.07 

— Our pet, com. 3 acts, /n Lacy, v. 105 1773.15 

— aufi CuUerne (Edward). Dreadfully alarmint,', farce. I act. 

In Lacy. V. '.)5 1773.05 

Edwards (Richard). Damon and Pitliiaa, com. //i Dodsley (J.) 

Old [days, V. 1. 1780 1722.01 

Edwin the fair, .sv.^ Taylor (H.l Poetical works, v. 2. . 1I192..33 
Egmont. See Goethe (1. W. vou). Dram, works. 1851. . 1725.01 
Eileen oge ; or dark's the hour before the dawn. See Falconer 

(E.) 1773.17 

Elder brother. See Beaumont (E.) und Fletcher (.1.) Works, v. 10. 
Election (The), com. See BailUe (J.) Works. 1851. . . 1712.22 
Electra. See Euripides. See nnder his name (p. 450 of Catalogue). 
Eleotra. See Sophocles. Tragedies. . . 1743.20 ; 23 ; 1744.01 
Elfrida. See Mason i,Ree. W.) British poets, v. 18. . . lG2i;.18 
Ella Rosenburg. melodrama. .V,(' Kenney (J.) . . . .1711.27 
Elton (E. W.) Paul the ptiachcr, domestic drama. 2 acts. In 

C. M. T., V. 11 1721.26 

Elvira, com. .SV.; Digby (G.) 1722.12 

Emilia Galutti. See Lessing (G. E.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1878. 1732.2'J 

Same. /« Thompson (B.i German theatre. v. 0. 1801. 1724. 2G 

Emperor of the cast. ,SV<- Massinger (P.) Dr.works.n35.02;n33.08 
Emperor of the moon. See Behn (.)/«. A.) Plays, V. 4. 1871. 6021.07 
Emson (Frank E.) Bumble's courtship, comic interlude, 1 act. 

In Lacy, v. 99 1773.09 

Enchanted wood, fairy extrav. See Byron (H. J.) . . . 1773.09 
Endimion. the man in the mooue. .V<.<; Lyly (J.) Dr. works, v. 1. 

1858 ' 1732.14 

English (Thomas Dunn). The Mormons. 3 acts. /«. F. S. D., v. '26. 
English Heet, in 1342, comic opera. .V.e Dibden (T.) . . 1711.32 
English moor: or the mock marriage. .S'cl* Brome (K.) Dram. 

works, v. 2 1713 21 

English tragedy, play. ,?■<•« Kemble (F. A.) Plays. 1803.1731.16 
Englishman in Paris, com. .Vc« Foote (S.) Works, v. 1. . 1724.18 
Englishman returned from Paris, farce. See Foote (S.) Works, 

v. 1 1724.18 

EngUshman's house is liis castle. See Morton (J. M.) . 1733.10 

Ensign (The), com. *.'e Schrocder (F. L.) 1724.26 

Enthusiasm.com. .See Bailhe (J.) Works. 1851. . . 1712.22 
Epicoene ; or the sileut woman. See Jonson (Ben). Works. 1725.27 
Epidicus. .sVuPlautus (M. A.) Comedies, v. 2. 1852. .1742.05 

Epsom-'Wells, com. See Shadwell (T.) 1673 1742.22 

Ernest JLiItravers. See Medina (Louisa) 1772.17 

Ernestine. See Robertson (Wm.) 1772.14 

Esmeralda. .Vi-e Fitz-Ball (Edw.) 177'2.17 

Ethwald. tr.tg. .S. i: BailUe (.1.) Works. 18.51 1712.22 

Eton bov. laice. See Morton (E.) 1771.17 

Eugene Aram. »e Moncrieff (\V. T.) . . , 17'21.25: 1773.13 
Eugenie ; orthoSpauisU bride. *.: Kemble (P. A.) Plays. 1731.16 
Eunuchus : or the eunuch. A'tv Terence. Comedies. .1744.13 
Euripides. Tragedies. See p. 45ij of Catalogue. 
Eurydice, farce. A'cs Fielding (Henry). Works, v. 3. .5037.22 
Eurydioe hiss'd. &« Fielding (H.) Works, v. 3. . . . 5037.'22 

Eustache Baudin. .S« Courtney (.J .) 1772.17 

Evadne : or the statue. See Shiel (R. L.) 1772.07 

Eveleen Wdsou. .S'-c Pilgrim (J.) 1772.28 

Evenings love (The), com. See Dryden (J.l Works, v. 3. 5042.10 

Everybody's friend, com. See Coyne {i.H.) 1772.30 

Everybody's husb.ind, comic drama. See Ryan (li.) . - 1721.19 
Every man in his humor, com. See Jonson (Ben). 
Every niau out of his humor. .S'v Jonson (Ben). Works. 1725.27 
Every one lias his fault, com. See Inchbald {Mrs. E.) 

Evil eye, melodrama. See Phillips (J. B.) 1771.12 

Evil genius, com. See Bernard ■ B.) 1772.18 

Example (The), com. .^^'.'-^ Shirley (-1.) Draui. works, v. 3. 1743.05 
Exchange no robliery, com. See Hook (T. E.) . . . . 1721.04 
Exile (The); or deserts of Siberia. .V..- Reynolds (F.) . 1711.'29 
Faint heart never won fair lady, com. See Planche (.1. R.) 1772.0 J 

Fair encounter, comedietta. .Sfft Rae (f, jM.) 1773.14 

Fair favourite, tragi-com. See D'Avenant (W.) Dram, works, 

V. 4. 1873 1722.25 

Fair maid of the excliauge. com. .S'tt; Heywood (T.) . . 1750.30 
Fair maid of the inn. See Beaumont (F.) ami Fletcher (J.) 

Works, V. 10. 1K40 1713.10 

Fairmaid of the west. Sfc Hey wood (T.) 1750.42 

Fair ouo with the golden locks, fairy extrav. See Planche (J. R-) 

Fair penitent, trag. 5('eRowe(N.) "... 1711.09 

Faithful friends. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (.1.) Works. 

V, 4. 1844 1713.04 

Faithful shepherdess. &.- Beaumont (F.) ami Fletcher (J.) Works. 

V. 2. 1843 1713.02 

Falconer (Edmund). Does he lovo me? com. 3 acts. /« Lacy. 

V. 100 1773.10 

— Eileen Oge : or dark's the horn- before the dawn, drama. 
4 acts. In Lacy, v. 107 1773.17 



— llusb.ind of an hour. 2 a t«. In F. S. D., v. 38. . . 1772.27 

— Peep o'day. drama. 4 acts, //t F. S. D., v. 44. . . 1772.:iO 

— Too much for gootl nature, farce. 1 a t. In F. M. D., v. 39. 
Fall t>f Algiers, comic oj)era. 3 acts. //J C. B. T., v. 9. . Mll.m 
Fall of Mortimer. .Vc Jonson (Ben). Works. 1853. . 17'25.27 

Falls of (llydo, nielodraina. .V*' Soane (G.) 1711.31 

False delicacy. See Kotzebue (A. vou) 1724. '23 

False friend, com. See Vanbrugh(J.) Dram. VN-orks. 1849. 1744.31 
False iiuprcBSionrt. coin. .S''v CJamberland (U.) .... 1732. '.0 
False one. See Beaumont (F.) und Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 0. 

1814 1713.06 

False Hhauie. com. See Kotzebue (A. F. F. von). Dram. worUf*. 

V. 3. 1800 1732.04 

Family failing, farce. See Oxenford J.) 1771.18 

Family jar.s, musical farce. 2 acts. In F. M. D., v. 15. . 1771.11 
Family legend, trag. .V.-.- Baillic (-1). Works. 1851. . . 1712.'22 
Family of love. .See Middleton (T.) Works, v. 2. 1840. 1733.12 

Family pictures, farce. .V'l' Stirling (H. I 1773.10 

Famovs history of sir Thomas Wyat ; by T. Dekker and J. Web- 
ster. .S'.'e Dekker (T.) Dram, works, v. 3. . . . n2'2.20 

.Same. In Webster (.1.) Dram, works, v. 1. 18.57. 1744.24 

Fanchon, the cricket. .S'.c 'Waldauer (A.) //i F.S D.,v.42. 1772.29 
Fancies, chaste and noble. S'-e Ford (J ) Dr. works. . 1724.14 

Farmer (The). .SV,,' O'Keeffe (.John) 1734.07 ; 1711.27 

Farmer's wife, comic ojiera. .S'.''- Dibden :C.,7r.) . . ,1732.20 
Farnie (II. B.) Soul of honor! drama. 5 acts. In Lacy. V. 104. 
Farquhar (George). Dramatic works. London. 1819. 8". 1744.31 
Cnufenls : Beaux' stratagem. Constant coujile. The in- 
constant. Love ami a bottle. Uecruiting officer. Sir 
liarry Wildair. Twin rivals. 

— Beaux' stl'.ilagem, com. 5 acls. 7» C. B. T., v. '21. .1711.21 

Same. /« British dnaiua. V. 1. 18.53 1714.09 

Same, /u Oxberry (W.) New Engl, dr., v. 7. 1819. 1734.16 

— Constant couple; tu- a trip to the jubilee, com. 5 acts. In 

London stage, v. 2. 18-25 1732.18 

— The inconstant: or the way to win him, com. G acts. In 

British drama, v. 1 . 1853 1714.09 

Same. i;l F. S. D., v. 28 1772. '22 

Same, /re C. B. T, v. 6 1711.05 

-Same, /re London t-lage, v. 1. 1825 n:)'2.17 

Same, /re Oxberry W.) New Engl. dr.. v. 10. 18'21. 1734.19 

— Recruiting officer, com. 5 acts. /« Brit, drama, v. 2. 1714.10 

Same, /.i C. B. T . v. 'i'i 1711.22 

Same, /re London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732,17 

Same, /re Oxberry (W.) New Engl. drama.v.O. 1619. 1734.15 

Farrell (J.) Dumb girl of Genoa, melodrama. 3 acts. In T. S. 

D:. v. :)3 1772.'24 

Fascinating iudividual. .Vcc Danvers (II.) 1771.14 

Fashion ; or life in New York, com. .Vce Ritchie (A. C. M.) 17"2.'21 
Fashionable lovers, com. 5 acts. See Cumberland (U.) 1732.18 
Fast coach, farce. See Claridge (C. .7.) iind Soutar (11.. jr.) 1773.12 
Fatal curiosity, trag. 3 acts. .S'.e Lillo (G 1 . 1714.09 ; 1732.19 
Fatal discovery, trag. .S'lv Home ( I.) Works, v. '2. . . .5044.02 
Fatal dowry, tr.ig. See Massinger (l'hilip).1711.I0 ; 17;i3.08 ; 1735.02 
Fatal glass; or the curse of drink. .S'etfM'Oloskey (J.) . 1773.10 
Fatal snow-storm, romantic dr-ima. See Barrymore (W.) 1721. '28 

Fatality. .Vcr Boaden (C.) I711.'23 

Fate ol Calas. hist, drama. ,S'w Dibden (T.) 17'21.23 

Father and sou : ur the rock of Charbonniere. See Fitz-Ball (E.) 
Fathers ; or good natured man, com. See Fielding (U.) Works, 

V. 4. . 6037.'23 

Faust. See Goethe (J. W. von), p. 580 of Catalogue. 

Faust and Marguerite, spectacular drama. 3 acls. Jn F. S. D.. 

V. 35. 1772.'2.5 

Faustus. romantic drama. See Soane (G.) 1711.33 

Fawne (The). .S'.. Marston (J.) Works, v. 2. 1856. . .1733.03 

Fazio, trag. .S.c Milman (II. Ill 17'21.14 

Feign'd curtezaus. .*• Behn (.>/r.!. A.) Pla.vs, v. 2. 1871, 5021.05 
Female IMassaroni ; or fair brigands, operatic drama. See Som- 
erset (C. A.) I7'21.28 

Ferrex and Poirex. trag. ,S.e Sackville (T.) .... .1. '22.01 
Feudal times. See White (J.) /re F. S. D., v. 0. . . .177-2,00 
Feuillet (Octave). Roic.anco of a poor young man. f. acts. In 

F. S. D, v. 29 1772.22 

Fielding (Henry), /re /lij Works, v. 1-4. L.. 1871. 8°. . .5037.20 
Conte7its : v. 1. Love in several masques, com. Temple 
beau. com. Author's farce : with a puppet show, called 
Pleasures of the town. Coffee house politician, com. 
Tragedy of tragedies, or life ajd death of Tom Thumb the 
great. 2. Letter writers, farce. Grub-street opera. The 
lottery, a far. e. The modern husband, com. The mock- 
doctor, or the dumb lady cured, com. CoventGardon 
tragedy. The debauchees, or the Jesuit caught, com. 
The niisi-r. com. 3. Comedies : The intriguing chamber, 
maid. Don (Quixote in England. The old man taught 
wisdom, or the virgin unmasked. The universal gallant, 
or the dift'eiint husbands. Pasquiu. a dramatic satire. 
Eurydice. fan'c. Eurydice hiss'd. Tumble-down Dick, or 
Phaeton in the suds, burlesque. Miss Lucy in town, farce. 
Wcdding.day, com. 4. 'Die fathers, or the good natured 
man, com. 

— Intrigning chambermaid, farce. 2 acto (from Reguard). In 

British drama, V. 2. 18.53 '' 'l. 

— The miser, com. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 35. ... 'i^l.W 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 ^.l.T'li 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Kngl. dr.. v. 11. 1821. 1;34.20 

— Mock doctor, farce. 2 acts, /re British drama, v. 1. . 1;11-W 
Same. In London stage, v. 2. 18-25. . ■ • • • l'^^-'" 

— Tom Thumb. burlesque opera. 2 acts. Altered by K. O Haiji. 

/» London st.lg6. v. 2. 1825 .. 1.32.18 

— Virgin unmasked, inus. farce. 1 act. /ii London stage, t. 3. 

1820 li:!2.19 



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PLAYS : Kesco (0 GenUB. 



Fiesco. See Schiller (J. C. F. von). Works, v. ■).... .'.iii;4.27 
Fifteen years of a dniukard's life, iiielotlrama. Si^e Jerrold (D.) 
Figaro in Lomlou, larce. .S'ee A'Beckelt (G. A.) .... 1721. IJ 
Fighting by proxy, burleltu. AVi; Kenney (.1.) .... 1771. IK 
FiUe (l.a) <le Madame Aufot. opera bouflo. H acts. Adiipti'rt 

from the French of Clairville. Siraudiu. and Kouinf,'. lit 

Lacy, V. 103 177:1, l:i 

Fire raiHer, nieloiUauia. A'e<f Almar (ti.) 1721. '24 

Fireman (The). A're Johnson (S. U.) 1772 24 

Firmilian. a ■■ upasinodic " tra^. .SV.> Aytoun (W. K.) . 1712.111 

First Hoor, farcer .SVeCobb(J.) 1714.10 

First love, com. .SV.' Cumberland (U.I 17:12.19 

First night, comic drama, /ii F. M. D.. v. 20 1771.17 

First of April, lane. .SVc Boadcn (('.) 1711.20 

First steps to f.illy, com. .SVc Nola (A.) 1726.28 

Fisher (Jasper). Fiiimus Xroos. the true Trojans. 5 acts. In 

Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 7. 1780 1722.07 

Filz-Ball (Edward). Devil's elixir : or the shadowless man. 

mus. romance. 2 acts, /u C. B. T.. v. '22. . . . 1711.'22 

— Earthquake ; or the spectre of the Nile, operatic spectacle. 

3 acts. /■! C. M. T.. V. 1 1721.10 

— Esmeralda. 3 acts, /ii F. S. D.. v. lU 1772.17 

— Father and sou : or the rock of Charbonuiere. 2 acts. In 

O. B. T., V. 10 1711.10 

Same. /,. F. S. D.. v. 25 1772.20 

— Floating beacon ; or Norwegian wreckers. 2'acts. In C. M. 

T., V. '2 " . . . 1721.17 

Same. 7« F. S. D., v. 23 1772.19 

— Flying Dutchman ; or phantom ship. 3 acts, hi C. M. T.. 

V. 2 1721,17 

Same. In F. S. D., v. 14 1772.U 

— Fortunes of Nigel, melodrama. 3 acts. InCM.T..\A. 17'21.19 

— Hatis von Stein : or the robber knight, melodrama. 2 acts. 

In Lacy. v. lOi 177:!.14 

— Haunted hulk, nautical dr. 3 acts. In 0. M. T., v. 10. 1721.31 

— Hofer. the Tell of Tyrol. 3 acts. In C. M. T.. v, 0. . 17'21.21 

— Inchcapo Bell, nautical hnrletta. 2 acts. In C.M.T..V.1. 1721.10 

— Innkeeper of Abbeville. 2 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 25. . 1772.'20 
Same. [UWi (if/e .1 Innkeeper. /;i C. M. T.. v. 3. 1721.18 

— Joan of Arc. melodrama. 3 acts, /ii 0. M. T.. v. 4. 1721.19 

— Jonathan Bradford. 2 acts. /« F. S. D.. v. 19. . .1772.17 

— Kceuba ; or pirate vessel. 2 acts, /n, 0. M. T.. v. 1'2. 1721.27 

— Mary Glastonbury ; or dream girl of the devil-hoU. 2 acts. 

7)1 C. M. T., V. 1721.21 

— Momentous question. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 32. . . 1772.24 

— Peveril of the peak. 3 acts, /ii C. M. T., v. 5. . .1721.20 

— The Pilot, nautical burlctta. 3 acts, /ii C. M. T.. v. 1. 1721.10 

— lied rover, uaut. dr. 2 acts, /n C. M. T.. v. O. . .1721.21 

— Siege of liochelle, opera. 2 acts. In Lacy. v. '.'.'». . . 1773.05 
-- Thalaba, the destroyer, nielodr. 3 acts. In C.M.T.,v.5. 1721.20 

— Tom Cringle. 2 a-:ts. /» F. S. D.. v. l.s 1772.17 

— Wardock Kennilson ; or the wild woman of the village. 3 acts. 

/« C. M. T.. v. S. 1721.23 

— Waverley ; or 00 years since. 3 acts. In C. M. T., v. 6. 1721.20 
Fitz Gerald (Percy). The "William Simpson, comedietta. 1 act. 

/aLacy, V. 101 1773.11 

Fitzsmythe of Fitzmytho hall, farce. .S'<:(; Morion (J. M.) 1733.17 
Five miles off : or the finger post, com. .Vc.' Dibden (T.) In 

C. B. T., V. 42 1721 09 

Floating beacon, nautical drama. .S'cc Fitz-Ball (E.) . . 1721.17 
Flowers of the forest. Sec Buckstone (J. B.) In T. S. B-.y. .W. 
Floyd (W. E.) Handy Andy. 2 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 42. 1772.29 
Flying doctor, farce. .Vce Moliere (J. B. P.) Works, v. 1. 1733.27 
Flying Dutchman ; or phantom ship. .S'*''- Fitz-Ball (E.) 1721.17 

FolUesofadav.com. .SVe Holcroft (T.) I73'2.18 

Follies of anight, com. &..' Planche (J- K.) 1772.00 

Follow Iho leader, com. .V« Rae (C. M.) 1773.09 

Folly as it flies, com. .Vee Reynolds (F.) 1711.27 

Fontainbleau. comic opera. .SVc O'Keeffe (John). . . . 1734.05 

Fool's revenge. See Taylor (T.) 1772.29 

Foote (Samuel). Works. 2 v. London, 1799. 8'. . . . 1724.18 
Con/enls : v. X. Comedies: Taste. Englishman in Paris. 
The Knights. Englishman returned from Paris. The au- 
thor. The mayor of Garratt. The orators. The minor. 
The lyar. The itatron . 

2. Comedies : The commissary. Lame lover. The bank- 
rupt. The coiieners. Maid of Bath. Devil on two sticks. 
Nabob. Trip to Calais. The Capuchin. 

— Lame lover, farce. 3 acts. In British drama, v. 2. . 171i.l0 

— The liar, farce. 2 acts. /;i British drama, v. I. . .1714.09 
Same. /« London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

— Mayor of Garratt, farce. 2 acts. M C. B. T., v. H. .1711.08 

— — Same. 7;i British drama. V. 1. 1853 1714.09 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W. j New Engl, drama.v.9. 1821. 1734.18 

For better for worse, farce. *V(:e Maltby (C. A.) . . . .1773.15 
For England, ho 1 melodramatic opera. ,5ce Pocock (I.) . 1721.00 
For honor's sake, drama. AVc Hazlewood (C. H.) . . . 1773.18 
Force of calumny, play. See Kotzebue (A. F. F. von). Dram, 

works. V. 2 1732.03 

Forc'd marriage. .v,r Behn (.Vrs. A) Plays, v. 3. 1871.5021.00 
Forced marriage, com. ,SV.: Molii-re (J. B. P.) 17:13.22 ; 28 : 1735.115 
Ford (John). Dramatic works ; with iutrod. 2 v. N. Y., 1831. 

18= 17-24.13 

Same. With introd. by H. Coleridge. L., 1851. &'. 173.'i.02 

Contents : The broken heart. Fancies, chaste and noble. 

The lady's trial. Love's tri.al. The lover's melancholy. 

Perkin Warbeck. Tlie sun's darling. 'Tis pity she's a 

whore. Witch of Edmonton. 

— 'Tie pity she's a whore. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) Old plays. 

V. 8. 1780 172'i.08 



Forest oracle ; or, bridge of Tresinvi. operatic drama. See Camp- 
bell (M.) 1721.17 

Forest rose. See Woodworth S.) 1772,28 

Forgery, trag. See Stephens (G) Dramas, v. 1. 184:j. . 1743.24 
Fortunatus ((;omedie of;. A'-'c Dekker (T.) Dram, works, v. 1. 

lH7:i 1722.18 

Fortune by laud and sea; tra{;i-coni. See Heywrood (T.) and 

Rowley (W.) 1750.30 

Forlunes frolic, farce. See AUingham (J. T.) .... 17:12.18 
Fortunes of Nigel, melodranni. See Fitz-Ball (E.) . . 1721.19 
Forlunio, and his seven gifted servants, fairy extrav. See 

Planche (J. B.) 1741.10 

Forty and fifty, farce. .V.-.- Bayly (T. U.) 1771.19 

Forty thieves, melodrama. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 27. 1711.27 
Forty winks, comedietta, .v.-.- Roberts (G.) F.M. D., v. 41. 1771.24 

Foscari. trag. See Mitford (M. R) 1721.05 

FoundUng (The), com. s.e Moore (E.) 1732.19 

Foundling of tlie forest, play. .S:^c Dimond (W.) . . . 1721.07 
Four criusius. comic ilrama. .V'-c MayheiJP (,\.l .... 177:1.02 

Four r's. See Heywood (J.I 17'22.01 

Four plays : triumph of honour, love, death, time. See Beaumont 

(F.I aiici Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 1. 184:i 1713.01 

Foure preutises of London, See Heywood (T.) . . . 1722 06 
Fournier (M.U,) Comedy and tragedy, com. In F.M.D..V.19.1771.13 
Francesca da Uimiui, trag. .^f-c Boker (G. H.) Plays, etc., v. 1. 

1857 1714.04 

Frank I'oxPhipps, Esq.. farce. .S'.- Selby |C.) . . . .1773.10 

Franklin, lust, drama. See Brougham (John) 1772.18 

Franklin I /^r. Thomas). Earl of Warwick, trag. 5 acts, /n Lon- 
don stage, v. 3. 18'20 1732.19 

Fraternal discord, com. See Kotzebue (A. F. F. von). Dr. works, 

V. 3 1801 n;i2 0* 

Frederick the great, melodrama. See Maddox (F. JI.) 1721.28 

Free and easy. mus. farce, Arnold (S. J.) 1721.09 

Freethinker (The), com. .Vcf Lessing (G. E.) . 17:)2.30 ; 1732.10 
Freischutz (Der). opera, .v*'-' Weber (C. ^1, von). . . . 1711.09 

French spy. See Haines (J. T.) 1772 18 

Friar IJacon and friar Bungay. See Greene (Kobcrt). . 1725.01 

Friend Waggles, farce. See Morton (J. M.) 1733.17 

Friendship in fasliiiui, com. See Otway (T.) Works, v. 1. 17:34.08 
Frogs (The). See Aristophanes. Cmnedies. . 1712.17 ; 1712.16 
From village to court, coin. .Sf Morton (.1. M.) . . .1733.17 

Frou Frou. com. See Daly (A.) 1772.30 

Fruits of the wine cup. drama. .See Allen (J. H.) . . . 1772.30 
Fuimus Troes. the true Trojan^. See Fisher (J.) . 17'22.07 . 

Furies (The) See .Eschylus. Tragedies (p. 5 ot Catalogue). 
Furnished aiiartmeuts. comic interlude. 1 act. Bv H. A. Y. 

/nLacy, v. 98 '. . 1773.08 

Gaillardet (Theodrire Frederic) anrf Dumas (A.) The Tower of 
Nesle. or the chamber of deatli. hist, drama. 3 acts.' 
|Ad,rpted from the Frenchjbv G. Aliuar. In C. M. T.. v. 6. 

— — Same. La Tour de Nesle. in F. S. D.. v. 14. . . 1772.14 
Gale Bt'cezely. drama. See Johnstone (J. B.) . . . . 1771.14 
Gallathea. *-'e Lyly. (John i. Dr. works, v. 1. 1858. . 17:12.10 

Gamblers fate. .S'f Thompson (C.) 1711.17 

Same. .V. e Mihier (H. M.) 1772.20 

3*rt/e.— Founded on the French play of • La vie d'uu 

joiieur.' 
Game at chess. .Vee Middleton (T.) Works, v. 4. 1840.1733.14 

Game of life. com. Sec Brougham (John) 1772.15 

Gameofiove.com. ,See Brougham (Jolm) 1772.14 

Game of romps, farce. See Morton (J. M.) 173:i.l7 

Gamester (Tlic). com. .See Centlirre (-tfrs. S.) 1708.. .1715.02 

Gamester (The), trag. See Moore (E.) 1714.09 

Gamester (The), com. See Shirley (James). . 1743.05 ; 1722.09 
Gammer Gurton's needle, com. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) Old 

plays. V. 2. 1780 1722.02 

Gamier (Robert). Cornelia, trag. 5 acts. Tr. bv T. Kyd. In 

Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 2. 1780 17'22.02 

Garrick (David). Bon ton : or high life above stairs, farce. 2 

acts, ill British dramn. V. 1. 18.53 1714.09 

Same. /;i London stage, v. 3. 182i"> 1732.19 

— Clandestine marriage, com. See Colman (G.) and Garrick (D.) 

— Counlrygirl.com. 5 acts, /n C. B. T.. v. 21. . . . 1711.21 
Same. In Brit, drama, v. 1 1714.09 

— Cymon. dr. romance. 3 acts. In London stage, v. 3. 1732.19 

— The guardian, com. 2 acts. In Brit, drama, v. 1. 1853. 1714.09 
Same /n, London stage, v. 3, 1S'2!1 1732.19 

— Irish widow, farce. 2acts. /n F. M, D., v. 21. . . . 1771.1-4 

Same, /ii Brit, drama. V. 1. 1853 1714.09 

.Same. In London stage, v. 3, 18'i6 17:12.19 

— Lying valet, farce, 2 acts, //i Brit, drama, v. 1. . . 1714.09 
Same, /u London stage, v. 1. 18'25 17:12.17 

— — Same, /k Oxberry(W.) New Engl, drama, v. 11. 1821. 17:14. '20 

— Miss in her teens, farce. 2 acts. In Brit, drama, v. 2. 

1853 1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 2. 18'25 1732.18 

Garrick lever, farce. Planche (J. R.) 1741.10 

Gascoyne (George) and Kinwelmarsh (F.) Jocasta. trag. 5 acts. 

/n Four old plays. 1848 17'24.20 

GaylJohnl. Beggar s opei a, 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 3. 1711.03 

Same. In Brit, drama, v. 1. 1853 1714.09 

Same, /n, London stage, v. 1. 18'25 173'2.17 

• Same. In Oxberry (W) New Engl, drama, v. 2. 1818. 17:14.11 

Gayler(Charlesi. Loveof aprinco. 3acts. /nF. S. D.,v. 21. 1772.18 

— Son of the night. S acts, /n F. S. D., v. 21. . . .1772.19 
Gen. Grant ; or tlie star of union and liberty, play. :) acts. By 

Anicetus. /« F. S. D. v. 44 1772.30 

Genii (The>. masque. See Becket (A.) Dram, miscel.. v. 1. 

1838 1714.01 

GenUs (S. F. D. de St. A., eomlesse de). Sicred dramas. Tr. by 

T. Holcroft. Fredericksburg, 1797. 10' 1724.32 



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Cjentleman dauciug-master. com. Set Wycherley (W.) Dram. 

\vi)rk.s. 18411 1744.:)! 

vientleman from Irdaml. See O'Brien (F.) In F.M.D..V.20. 1771.14 
Gentleman i>f Venice, traj^i-coui. See Shirley (-).) Dr. woiUh. 

V. S. 183.1 174;).I17 

Gentleman usher. .Scb Chapman(il.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1S7:). 1713. 24 
George-a-Greene, the primer ol Wakelield. ci^m. Sf:e Greene (U.) 
George IJarnwell : or tlie London merchaut, trag. .SVrLillo ((i.) 
George Dandin. .SV.' Moliere (J. B. P.) • • ■ 1733.28 ; 173;i.'21 

Gil Bias, drama. .S'..- Macfarrcn (U.) 1721.1)3 

Gilbert (Will. S.) i'reatures of impulse, a musical fairytale. 1 

act. In Lacy. v. Ill 1773.01 

— Her Majesty's Ship Pinafore, comic opera. 2 acts. In F 

M. D 1722.0(1 

— Old score, comedy drama. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 108. . 1773.18 

— Ou guard, com. 3 a<!ts. In Lacy. v. '.18 1773.08 

— Randall's thumb, com. 3 acts. In Lacy. v. 'Jl. . . 1773.01 

Gilded youth, drama, .v..- Young (C. L.) I773.0;( 

Gilderoy : or the bouiiic boy. drama. See Barrymore (W.) 1721.23 
Giovanni ia Luudou. See MoncrieffiW. T.) . 1711.17; 1732.1'.' 
Gipsy Ja<-k ; or the Napoleon of humble life ; extrav. See Mon- 

criefT (W. T.) 1721.24 

Giralda ; or the miller's wife. See Webster (B.) . . . 1772. 2,j 
Giralda ; or which is my husband. Si-e Davidson (Mrs.) 1721.13 
Girardin (.t/»ie. Emile do). C'lockmaker'a hat, farce. I act. In 

F. M. D., V. 'J 1771.08 

Giraud (Uiovauui). Jealousy at fault, com. 3 acts. In Italian 

comedies, 184'J 1725.28 

— Madprophet.com. 3 acts, //i Italian comedies. X84!). 1725.28 
Giselle: or the sirens of the Lotus lake. ,S''reByron(H. J.) 1773.03 

Gisippus. trag. See Griffin (G.) Poet, works Il'i45.01 

Saiue. In F. S. D., v. 1772.0'.l 

Glance at Now York. 2 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 27. . . . 1772.21 
Glapthorne (Henry). Plays, etc. 2 v. L., 1874. 8". . . . 17'23.32 

Contents : v. 1. The Hollauder : com. Wit in a consta- 
ble, com. Notes and illus. 2. Tragedy of Albertus Wal- 
lensteiu. The ladies privUedge. Notes and illus. 

— Tragedy of Albertus Walleustein. L., (ropr., 18'25.] 8'. 1716.00 

— Lady's privilege, comedy. London. 1825. K^. . . , 1715.06 
Glencoe ; or fate of the Macdonalds, trag. See Talfourd (T. N.) 
aien^all {Earl nf). Irish tutor, farce. 1 act. /;i F.M.D.v.'>. 1771.02 
Glin Gath : or the m;m in the cleft, drama. .S'-''' Meritt (P.) 17'{3.0y 
Glover (Stephen E.) Cradle of liberty ; or Boston in 1775, 4 

acts. In F. S. D.. V. 38 1772.27 

Goblins (The), com. .Vt"- Suckling (.J.) Poems, plays, etc. v.2. 1743.18 

Same, /ii Dodsley (•!.) Ohl plays, v. 10, 1780. .1722.10 

God's promises, tf^c. trag. See Bale (J.) 1722.01 

Goethe (Johunu Wilhelm). See under his name, (p. 580 of Cat.) 

— Stella. 5 acts. In Thompson (B ) German theatre, v. C. 



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Goethe : a uew pantomime. See Kenealy (Kdw.) . . 
Going to the Derby, farce. See Morton (J. M.) . . . 
Goetz von Berlichiugeu. See Goethe (-J. \V. von). 1851. 
Gold fiend ; or the demon gamester. See Townsend (W.T 
Golden branch, fairy extrav. .^^f: Flanche (J. K.) . . 
Golden calf; comedy, .^fcjerrold (Dnuglas). . . . 
Golden (The), and Silver ages, .sv.- Heywood (T.) , , 

Golden eagle, See Howe (.1. Burdett) 

Golden farmer ; or the last crime. See 'Webster (B.) 
Golden fleece, classical extrav. .Vee Planche (J. It.) , 
Goldoni (Carlo). Morose good man, com. 3 acts. In Ital. come- 
dies, 1849 1725.28 

— Odd mistake, com. 3 acts. In Ital. comedies. 184',). 1725.28 
Goldsmith (Oliver). Dramas : The good-natured man. She 

stoops to conquer. Scene from the Grumbler, a farce. In 
Ais Miscel, Works, V. 4. N. Y., 1S5U. I'i' 5037.10 

— Good-natured man. com. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 13. 1711.13 
Same. In London stiige, v. 2. 1825. . . . 

— She stoops to conqtier. com. 5 acts. In C B. T. 

Same. In British drama, v. 1. 1853. . . , 

Same, In F, S. D., v. 10 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825. . . , 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) Now Eugl. dr., v. 4. 

•• Good fellow, ' com. See Walcott (C. M.) 1 act. . 
Good for nothing, com. See Buckstone (J. B-) . . 
Good-looking fellow ; or the llomau nose ; farce. See Almar (G.) 
Good-natured man. com. .See Goldsmith (Oliver). 

Good night's rest, farce. .S'ee Gore [Mrs. C.) . . , . 1771,24 
Good woman in the wood, fairy extrav. .Vee Planche (J. R.) 1741.10 
Goodrich (Frank B.) Hark hour before dawn. .Sec Brougham 
(.John) and Goodrich (F. B.) 

— a«d Warden \F. L.) Itomauco after marriage, com. 3 acts. 

/« F. S. D.. V. 21 1772.'20 

Gordobuc (Tragedy of). .S'ee Norton (T.) aiid Sackville (T.) 175i;.34 
Gordon (L. S.) Keeper of the seals, comedietta. 1 act. In Lacy. 

V. 104 1"3.14 

Gore l.l/is. Charles). Good night's rest, farce. 1 act. In F.M. 

D., V. 40 1771.24 

— Maid of Croissey. 2 acts. /« F. M. D.. v. 4. . . .1771.04 
Gotham election. .See OentUvre [.Mrs. S.) Dr. works, v. 3. 1872^ 

Gotobed Tom. farce. .S'ee Morton (T.) 1771.07 

Gott (H.) Wizard of the moor, melodrama. 3 acts. In 0. M. 

T., V. 1721.24 

Gowing(U'm.) State prisoner .drama. 1 act. /rtLacy, v.lOl. 1773.11 

Grace Darling. .See StirUn;4 (E.) 1773.14 

Graciosa and Perciuet, fairy extrav. .Sec Planche (J. R.) 1741.10 
Grace Huntley, domestic drama. *ee Holl (H.) . . . 1721.'22 
Grandfather Whitehead. See Lemon (Mark). /iiF.S. D.,v.2. 1772.02 
Grange (Eugene), pseud., of Baste [E. !>.). and Montepin (X. de). 

Corsican brothers. Dram. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 12. 1772.12 
Grateful servaut, com. 5ee Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v.'2. 1833. 1743 04 
Great devil ; or robber of Genoa, melodrama. See Dibdin (C.) 



Groat duke of Florence. See Massinger (Plidip). 173.'i.02 ; ns.i.m 
Great theatre of the world. .See OalUcron do la Barca (P.) 

1850 1714.21 ; 17H.1.5 

Great tragic revival. See Brougham (.)ohn) 1771.14 

Grecian daughter, trag. .See Murphy (A.) Works, v. 1. . ,'>057.0« 

Grecian daughter, trag, .See Murphy (Arthur) 1714.00 

Greene (Robert). Dramatic works. With account of a'ithor, by 

A, Dyco. London, 1831. 12' 17'20.04 

V. 1. Orlando Fuiioso. l.ookiug glass for London and 

Eugland. Friar Bacon and friar Bungay.. 2. Alphnusuh, 

king of Arragon. James the fourth. Goorge-a-Greeiie. 

— Paudosto. Historic of Dorastus and Fawuia. In Shakes- 

peare's library, v. 4, 1875 1751.17 

Green bushiis. .5'ee Buckstone (J. B.) 1772.20 

Green-eyed monster, com. ,S'ee Planche (.1. 1(.) , , . 1711,21 

Green man, com. See Jones (Richard) 1721.12 

Green mountaiu boy, com. .See Jones (J. S.) . . . . 1771.21 

Green old age. 1 act. .See Recce IK.) 1773.13 

Greenes Tu (luoijue, or citLie gallant, .See Cooke (John). 1722.07 
Greenwood (Thomas). Jack Slieppanl. 5 acts. In C. M. T., 

V, 15 1721.;10 

— Paul the pilot, nautical ilrama. 4 acts. In O. M. T..V.15. 1721.30 
Grenadier (The). .See O'Keeffe (J.) Dr. works, v. 1. 17'.I8. 1734.04 
GrifBn (Gerald). Gisippus. 5 acts. /« F. S. D., v. '.). . 177'2.oa 
Grim, the collier of Croydon. 5 acts, /n Dodsley (J.) Old plays, 

V. 11. 1780 17-22 II 

Grimaldi. .See Boucicault (Dion) 1772.18 

Grimshaw. Bayshaw, and ISradsliaw. .See Morton (J. M j 1771. OG 
Grisar (Albert). Who stole the clock, operatic farce. 1 act. In 

Lacy, v. loi; 1773.1« 

Grist to the mill. *e Planche (J. K.) 1772.24 

Grotto nymph. .See Thaxter (A. W.) 177121 

Grover (J. Holmes). Don Paddy de Bazan, farce. 1 act. In T. 

M. D., V. 38 1771.23 

— That rascal Pat, farce. 1 act. In F. M, D., v. :t8. . 1771.23 
Grumbler (Scene from the), faice. .See Goldsmith (<).) . .'i037.1O 
Grumbler (The), com, .See Sedley (C.) Works, v. 1. 1770. 1742.21 
Grundy (Sydney). A little change, farce. 1 scene. In Lai^y, 

V. 115 1773.05 

Gully (J. M.) Lady of Belleisle ; or a night in the Bastille. 3 

acts. In Lacy, v. 'Jl 1773.01 

Gun-maker of Moscow, melodrama. See Brougham (John). 3 



cts. 



1772,18 



Gustavus Vasa. trag. -Vee Brooke (Henry). British drama, v. 1. 

1853 1714.00 

Guttle and Gulpit, farce. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 3'J. . 1772.27 
Guy Faux ; or, the gunpowder treason : hist, melodrama. .Vee 

MacFarren (Geo.) 1721.19 

Guy Mannering. musical play. .See Terry (D.) .... 1721.10 
Guzman, cum. .See Boyle (II.) Dr. works, v. 2. I73'J, .1714.06 

Gwynneth CVaughau). .See Lemon (Mark) 1772.27 

Habington (Wm.) Queen of.-Vrragon, tragi-com. 5 acts. In 

Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 9. 1780 1722.09 

Hakon .larl. trag. .See Oehlenschlaeger (A.) 1733.35 

Hadad, dram, pcieiu. .See Hillhouse (J. A.) Dramas, v. 1. 1839. 
Hagar iu the wilderness. .See Genlis t.l/"ic. de). Sacred dramas. 

17'.)7 1724.32 

Haines {John Thomas). Austerlitz ; or soldier's bride, melo- 
drama. 3 acts. /jiC. M. T., V. 14 1721.29 

— Freuch spy. 3 acts, /ii F. S. D., v. 2U 1772.18 

— Idiot witness, melodrama. 3 ;icts. In F. S. D., v- 31. 1772. '2:1 

— My Poll and my partner Joe. nautical drama. 3 acts. In C. 

M. T, V. 9 1721. '24 

— Ocean of life. 3 acts. In C. M. T., v. 11: ... . 1721.20 

— Richard Plantagcnet, hist, drama. 3 acts. In C. M. T., v. 14. 

— Wizard of the wave. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 27. . . 1772.21 
Half caste; or the poisoned pearl. -See Robertson (T. W.) 1773.07 
Hall (-V. Oakey). Coroner's iuquisitiou, farce. 1 act. luT.Vl. 

D ,v.l5 mi.u 

Hamlet, trag. .Vee Shakspere (Wm.) 

Handy Audv. See Floyd (W. H.) 177'2.29 

Hans von Stein ; or the robber kuiglit. .sve Fitz-Ball (E.) 1773.14 
Happiest day of my life, farce. .See Buckstone iJ. B.) . 1711,23 
Happy lamilv, drama. .Sie Kotzebue (A. F. F. von). Dr. works. 

V. 2. . " 1732.03 

Happy man. .See Lover (S.) 1771.10 

Hard struggle, domestic drama. .See Marston (W.) . . 1772. '27 
Hardwicke (Pelham). Bachelor of arts, comic drama. 2 acta. 

7/tF. S. D., v. 38 177'2.'27 

Hardy lE. Trueblood), Crowding the s- asou, com. 3 acts. In 

F. M. D, V. 40 1771.-24 

— Widow Freeheart ; or the woman haters, com. 5 acts. In 

F. S. D. V. 45 1772.30 

Harlequin Blue Beard. In F. M. D., v. I'J. : . . . . 1771.13 
Harris(A.| My sou Diana, farce. 1 act. 7h F.M.D.,v-30. 1771.19 
Hartford bridge ; or the skirts of the camp, operatic farce. See 

Pearce (W.) 1711.30 

Hartwell (Henry). Castle of Sorrento : or the prisoner of Ro- 

cliellc, comic opera. 2 acts. /?l C. B. T., v. 33. . .1711.33 
Harvey (Frank). Bought, play. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 101. 1773.11 
Haunted bulk, naut. drama. See Fitz-Ball (E.) . . . .1721.31 

Haunted inn, farce. See Peake (R. B.l 1711.30 

Haunted tower, comic opera. .See Cobb (J.) 1711.30 

Hay (Frederic). Cupboard love, farce. 1 act. /»Lacjr,v.9l.l773.01 

— Lodgers and lodgers, farce. 1 act. In Lacy. v. '.12. . 1773.02 
Hazleton (Fred.) Sweeny Todd, the barber o( Fleet 8tree^t_; or 

the striug of pearls, drama. :i arts, /n Lacy. v. 102. Iic3.12 
Hazlewood (C. H.) Ashore and afloat. :i acts. In Lacy, ■i';^™'- 

— Bitter reckoning. 3 acts. /« Lacy, v. 107. . ""''' ' 

— Bridal wreath. 2 acts. In Lacy. v. lOo. . . 

— For honor's sake. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 108. _. 
— Headless horseman. 2 acts. In Lacy, v. 107. 



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PLAYS: Hazlewood (.• Identity. 



Hazlewood (C. U.), coiMnwd. 

— Lost wife. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 0;i 1773.03 

— Mary EJmondBtoue. diaiiia. /« Lacy. v. 103. . . .1773.13 

— Staffofdiamourts, uaut. ilraiiia. 2 acts, /h Lacy.v.lOi. 1773.14 

— Stolen Jewess. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 105 1773.15 

— Takiui; tbe veil ; or the Iiarsh stcpfaihei-. drama. 3 acts. 

In Lacy. v. lOG 1773.10 

— WaitiiiK f"r the verdict, draiua. Sacts. /n Lacy, v. '.tO. 1773.09 

— ai!'( Williams (Arthur). ■■ Leave it to me," farce. 1 act. In 

Lacy. V. '.m 1773.0li 

He would be a soldier, com. So: Pilon (E.) 1714.10 

He's much to blame, com. See Holcroft (T.) 1732.20 

Headless liorseuiau ; or the ride of death. See Hazlewood (C. 

H.) 1773.17 

Heads or tails, comedietta. See Simpson (J. P.) . . . 1771.23 

Heart of Mitl-Lothian. See Dibden (TUos.) 1772.19 

Heart' j Bacjilice. See Osbom (L.| Tragedies. 1870. . 1734.2l'i 
Hcartwcdl (Hcury). Castle of Sorrento, mus. out. 2 acts. In 

London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

Heautontimorumenos ; or the self tormentor. See Terentins 

Afer (P.) Ci)mcdie.s 1744.13 

Hecuba. See Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 

Hecyra ; the mother-in-law. See Terentius Afer (P.) Comedies. 

Heir (TUe), com. Sec May (Tlioma.s| 1722.08 

Heir at law, com. See Oolmd^n [Oeo.. Ihe ijoimijer). . . .1721.05 
Heiress (The), com. In Burgoyne (J.) Works, v. 2, 1714,14 ; 1732.19 
Helena. See Euripides Ip. 450 of Catalogue). 

Helping liands. See Taylor Crom) 1772.25 

Henriquez. trag. See Baillie (J.) Works. 1851. . . . 1712.22 
Henriette the forsaken. See Buckstone (.J. B.) . . . . 1772.17 
Henry v. See Boyle (It.) Dram, works, v. I. 1739. . . 1714.0G 
Henry v. (Famous victories of). 1 act. In Six old plays, v. 2. 

1853 1742.29 

Her majesty's ship Pinafore. .S',r Gilbert (W. S.) . . .1722.00 
Heraclidae (The). See Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 
Herbert (U. C.) Our bitterest foe, drama. 1 act. /n Lacy, v. 108. 
Hercules. See Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 
Hercules, king of clubs, farce. .SV Cooper (F. C.) . . .1721.28 
Hero .ind Leauder, operatic burletta. See Jackman (I.) 1732.19 
Herod llic great, trag. See Boyle (R.) Dr. works, v. 2. . 1714.07 
Herz (Hcnrik). King Kene's daughter, lyric drama. 1 act. In 

F. M D.. V. 31 1771.21 

Hey for honesty. See Randolph (T.) Poet. dr. works.v. 2. 1714.25 
Heywood (John). Fair maid of the exchange, com. Loudon, 

Shaks. snc. 1841. 8° 17511.30 

— Fair Maid of the West. Londou, Shak. soc., 1850. 8'. 1750.42 

— Four P's. In Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 1. 1780. . . 1T22.01 

— Foure prentises of London. 1 act. In Dodsley (J.) Old 

plays, V. 6. 1780 1T22.06 

— The pardoner and the frere, interlude. 1 act. In Four old 

old plays. 1848 1724.20 

— \ woman killed with kindness. 1 act. In Dodsley (J.) Old 

plays. V. 7. 1780 1722.07 

Hiawatha. .s'.r Walcott (C. M.) /» F. M. D., v, 14. . .1771.11 

Hide and seek, opera .S'f-r Lunn (J.) 1711.12 

Higgie (Tliomas). Devilish good joke, interlude. InT.M. D., 

V. 34 1771.21 

— House dog, farce. 1 act. /.iF. M. D, v. 13 1771.10 

— Laid up iu port ! or sharks along shore, nautical drama. 

3 acts. In Lacy, v. 105 1773.15 

— ani Lacy (T. H.) Tower of Loudon ; or the death omen and 

the fate of Lady Jane Grey. 3 acts. /;t Lacy, v. 94. 1773.04 

— ami Shepherd (R.) Watch and wait, drama. 3 acts. /« Lacy, 

V. lOJ 1773. li; 

High lile below stairs, farce, ^etr Townley (J.) . . . 1711.13 
High low. Jack, and the game. See Flanche (J. R.) and Dance 

(0.) 1-1-14 

High ways and by ways, farce. See 'Webster (B.l . . . 1711.28 
Higliland reel, musical farce. See O'Keeffe (John). 
HiU(.iaron). Alzira. trag. 5 acts, /n Brit, drama, v. 2. 1714.10 

— Zara, trag. 5 acts, /n British drama, v. 2. 1853. .1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.*20 

HilKF-S.) Shoemaker of Toulouse. 4 acts. /« F.S.D.,v.32. 1772.24 

— Six degrees of crime, melodrama. C a. In F.S.D.,v.30. 1772.23 
Hillhoase (Jas. .^.l Dramas. [For Contents see p. 620 of Cat.] 
Hippolytus See Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 

Hiram Hireout. See Conway (H. J.) 1771.15 

His first champagne, farce. Se^; Rede (W.) 1721.11 

His flist peccadillo, faice. [anon.] 1 act. In C.B.T..V.45. 1721.12 

His last legs, farce. .?.•■ Bernard (W. B.) 1771.01 

His own enemy. See Meadow (A.) 1773.12 

History and fall of Caius Marius, trag. See Otway (T.) Works, 

V. 2. 1712 1734.011 

History of Charles vlil. of Franco. See Crowne (J.) Dr. works. 

V. 1. 1873 1715.25 

Hit or mis.s, mus. farce. See Focock (I.) 1721.01 

Hoadly (Benj.. M.D.) Suspicious husband, com. 5 acts. In 

British drama. V. 1. 1853 1714.09 

. Same. /« C. B. T, v. 1 -. . .1771.01 

Same, /h London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) Sew Engl. drama,r.8.1818. 1734.17 

Hoare (Prince). Lock and key. mus. farce. 2 acts. /« C. B. T., 

V. 24 1711.24 

— My grandmother, mus. farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T.,v.27. 1711. '27 

— No song, no supper, mus. ent. 2acts. /;; C.B.T..V.24. 1711.24 

— The prize : or 2, 5, 3, 8, mus. larce. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 20. 

— Spoiled child, farce. 2 acts, /n F. M. D.. v. 17. . .1771.12 

— The Three and the deuce, comic drama. 1 act. In C. B. T.. 

V. 38 1721.U5 

Hodgson (G. S.) Bobby Al ; or a warm reception, farce. 1 act. 

In Lacy, V. 100 1773.10 

Hear, the Tell of the TjTol. See Fitz-Ball (E.) 1721.21 ; 1772.18 



Hog (The) hath lost his pearl, com. See Tailor (R.) . . 1722.00 
Holcroft (Thomas). Deaf and dumb ; or the orphan i>rotected. 

5 acts. /nO. B. T.. V. 15 1711.15 

Same, /n London stage, v. 1. 18'i5 1732.17 

— ' — Same, /ii Oxberry (W.) New Engl. dr.. v. 6. 1819.1734.15 

— Deserted daughter, com. 5 acts. In London stage, v. 3. 

182(1 1732.19 

— Duplicity, com. 5 acts. In London stage, v. 4. 1827. 1732.20 

— Follies of a day, com. 3 acts. /« London stage, v. 2. 1732.18 
-— He's muclj to blame, com. 5 acts /;( Lond. ^tage.v. 4. 1732.'20 

— Road to ruin, com. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 7. . . . 1772.07 

— - — Same. In London stage, v. 1, 18'25 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl, dr., v. 7. 1819. 1734.10 

— School for arrogance, coin. 5 act.s. In London stage, v. 4. 

1827 1732.20 

— Seduction, com. 5 acts. In London stage, v. 4. 1827. 1732.20 

— Tale of mystery, melodrama. 2 acts, /n O.B.T.,v. 8. 1711.08 

Hold your tongue. See Planche (J. R.) 1741.10 

Holl (Henry). Grace Huntley, domestic drama. 3 acts. In C. 

M. T.. v. 7 17'21.22 

Hollander (The), com. See Glapthome (H.) Plays, v. 1. 1723.32 
Holman (J. G.) Abi'oad and at home, comic opera. 3 acts. In 

London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

— 'Votary- of wealth, com. 5acts. /k London stage, v. 4. 1732.20 
Home (John), /n /(is Works, v. 1-2. Edin., 18-22. 8°. . ..5044.01 

Contents: v. 1. Tragedies: Agis. Douglas. 2. Tratfe- 
dies : Siege of Aquileia. The Fatal discovery. Alonzo. Alfred. 

— Douglas, trag. 5 acts. Edin., 1789. l^" 17'22.15 

Same. In British drama, v. 1. 1853 1714.0'J 

Same. /« C. B. T, v. 1 1711.01 

Same. In F. S. D.. v. 13 1772.13 

— — Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl, dr., v. 12. 1821. 1734.21 
Home pastimes ; or tableaux vivants. .s''-** Head (.J. H.) 1742.01 
Homicide (The), trag. See Baillie (J.) Works. 1851. . 1712.22 
Honest (The, man's fortune. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (.1.) 

Works. V. 3 1713.03 

Honest thieves, farce. See Knight (T.) . . 1711.25 ; 32.17 : :M.1« 
Honest wliorc. .s'-»Dekker (rhomas). . . 1722.19 ; 22.03 ; .33.13 
Honesty the best policy, dx-ama. See Lemon (M.) . . . 1721.1*3 

Honey moon. coia. .v.t Tobin (J) 1711.13 

Honoria and Mammon. -V'-r Shirley (J. ) Dr. works, v. G. 1743.08 
Hook (Theodore Edward). Exchange no robbery, com. 3 acts. 

/n C. B. T. V.37 1721.04 

— Invisible girl, comic dr. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 40. . 1721.07 

— Killing no murder, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 31. 1711.31 . 

— Tekeli : or the siege of Moutgatz, melodrama. 3 acts. In 

C. B. T.. v. 30 1711.3U 

Hopeless passion, petite com. -S'*.''* Morton (J. M.) . . . 1733.17 
Hoppin (Wm. J.) Circumstances alter cases, comedietta. In 

F M. D.. V 37 1771.22 

Horseshoe Robinson. See Tayleure (C. W.) 1772.21 

House dog, farce. .S'ec Higgie (T.) 1771.10 

Housekeeper (The), com. See Jerrold (D.) Writings, v. 8. 1726 2 > 
How to die for love, farce. 2 acts. Ljnd., 1872. 8*. . .1731.31 

Same. In C. B. T.. v. 40 1721.07 

How to grow rich, com. .S'ee Reynolds (I'".) 1711. "0 

How stout you're getting ! farce. ,S'ee Morton (J. M.) . 1733.17 

How to pay the rent, farce. See Power (T.) 1771.01 

Howe (C. E. B.) Signing the declaration of independence. 1 

act. In F. M. D..v. 38 1771.23 

Howe (J. Burdett). British slave. 4 acts. /iiF. S. D., v. 36. 1772.26 

— Golden eagle ; or the privateer of "76. 3 acts. In F. S. D.. 

V. 22 1772.19 

Hugger-mugger, farce. See Clarke (H. S.) 1773.12 

Hughes iF.) My wife's baby, farce. In Lacy. v. 97. . . 1773.07 
Hughes (John). Siege of Damascus, trag. 5 acts. In British 

drama, V. 2. 1853 . 1711.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 3. 18-26 1732.19 

Hugo (Victor). Angelo and the actress of Padna. 4 acts. Ti'. 

by G. A. A'Beckett. /« F. S. D. v. -23 1772.19 

— Same. Tr. by G. H. Davidson. In C. B. T.. v. 48. 1721.15 

— Lucretia Borgia. 3 acts, /n F. S. D., v. 32 1772.24 

— Ruy Bias. 5 acts. In Lacy's PI 1722.00 

Humorists (The), com. See ShadweU (T.) 1671. . . . 1742.'22 
Humorous courtier, com. See Shirley (J.) 1833. . . . 1743.06 
Humorous dayes myrth, com. See Chapman (G.) Dr. works. 

V. 1 1713.24 

Humorous lieutenant. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) 

Works. V. 6 1713.06 

Humpbacked lover, interlude. .«<">■ Mathews (C, jr.). .1721.27 

Humphrey Clinker, farce. See Dibdiu (T.) 1721.19 

Hunchback (The), play. See Knowles (J. S.) . 1732.05 ; 1732.00 
Hunchback of Notre Dame. See Fitz-Ball (E.) Esmeralda. 1772.17 
Hundred pound note, farce. See Peake (R. B.) . . . 1721 01 
Hunt (Leigh). Legend of Florence, play. 5 acts. In C. B. T., 

V. 40. 1721.13 

Hunter of the .Alps ; drama. .SecDimond (W.) . . . .1721.0,1 

Husband at sight. *•■ Buckstone (J. B.) 1771.1'.| 

Husband iu clover, farce. See Merivale (H. C.) . . . 1773.10 
Husband of an hour. See Falconer (E.) In F. S. D., v. 38. 1772.2'/ 
Husband to order, serio comic drama. •Vf' Morton (J. M.) 1733.17 
Hut of the red n>ouutain : or 30 years of a gambler's life, dr.ima. 

See Milner (H. M.) 1721.'2-J 

Hyde Park. com. See Shirley (J.) Dram, works, v. 2. 1833. 1743.04 
Hypochondriac (The), com. See Moliere (J. B. P.) . . 1733.23 
Hypocrite (Th.). com. See BickerstaiT (I.) . . 1714.09 ; 1711.03 

Hypocrite (The). .S'.r Smith (Sol) 1772.14 

I dine with my mother, comedietta. See MacLachlan (C.) 1771.11 

'■ I love you." comedietta. See Reeve (W.) 1773.03 

Ice witch : or the frozen hand. S-e Buckstone (.1. B.) . 1711.28 
Ici on parle Frau<;ais. farce. See Williams (T. J.) . . . 1771.23 
Identity : or no thoroughfare. See Lequel (L.) . . . . 1772.30 



THE BROOKLYN LIBRARY. 



PLAYS ; Idiot writness lo Jones. 



885 



Idiot wituij88. meloUratna. See Haines (J. T.) ;j acts, /n F. S. 

D.. V.31 1772.2:i 

Idumcan (The), ti-ag. *%« Leavitt {J. M.) ISfi'.t 1732.12 

If I had 11 thousand a year, I'arco. ,SVf Morton, (J. M.) . 17.J3.17 
If it bi; not good, tho diuel is in it. Sec Dekker (T.) Dr. worlis. 

V. :i. 1873 1722.20 

Iceland (Augnstufl Wni.) Couseieucn, trag. 5 acts. la Thomp- 
son (li.) aernian theatre, v. 4. 1801 1724.24 

Ignoramus, com. .SV'; Ruggles (G.) 1742.15 

Illustrious stranger ; or married and buried, operatic farco. Hee 

Kenney (J.) 1711.2a ; 1771.12 

Imaginary invalid, com. -SVc Moliere {J. IJ. P.) .... 1733.20 
Impertinents (The), com. .S'-r MoliOre (J. B. P.) . . . 1733.22 
Imuosturc (The), tragi-Gom. .SVc Shirley (.1.) Dr. works, v. 5. 1743.07 
Impostures of Scapin. farce. .V'-' Moliere (J. B. P.) . . 1733. 21» 
Impromptu of Versailles, com. .SVc Moliere (J. B. P.) . . 17.'j:i.27 

In and out of place. '.SVc Johnson (S. D.) 1771.11 

In pcsscssiou, farce. -SVc Becher (M.) 1773.0.5 

In the clouds ; fairy extrav. .S'''- A'Beckett (G. \.) . . 1773.10 

In three voUimea, farco. AVe Bilkins (T.) 1773.01 

Inchbald Mrs. Eliz.) Animal magnetism, farce. 3 actn. In C. 

B. T., V. 14 1711.14 

Same. In F. M. D., v. 18 1771.13 

Same. In London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

— ChUd of nature. 2 acts. JnC.B.T.,v.U 1711.11 

Same. In London stage, v. 2. 1825. . . ■ . . 1732.18 

— Every one has his fault, com. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 7. 1711.07 
Same. /?i London stage, v. 2. 182.'i 1732.18 

— Lover's vows. 5 acts. /« C. B. T.. v. 17 1711.17 

Not'!. — Adapted from Kotzebuu's •Cliild of love.' 

Same. In London stage, v. 3 1732. lu 

Same. /)i 0- B. T.. v. 17 1711.17 

— Miduight hour. coui. 3 acts. Iii C. B. T., v. 15. . . 1711.15 
Same. /;* London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

— Mogul tale, farce. 2 acts. In O. B. T.. v. 42. . . . 1721.00 

— Such things are. 5 acts. /7i London stage, v. 1. 1825. 1732.17 

— The wedding day. com. 2 acts. Loud.. 1794. 8\ . . 1731.31 

Same. In F. S. D., v. 20 1772.18 

Same. In London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

— Wives as they wero, and maids as they are, com. 5 acts. 

In 0. B. T.. V. 10 1711.10 

— Same. /» London stage, v. 2. 1825. ... . . 1732 18 

Inchcape Bell, nautical burletta. .V",- Fitz-Ball (E.) . . 1721.16 

Inconstant (The), com. .VvFarquhar (Geo.) 1744.31 

Indian emperor (The) ; or tho conquest of Mexico by the Span- 
iards. .V'v Dryden (J.) Works, v. 2. 1821. . . .5042.15 

Indian exiles, com. Srr Kotzebue (A. von) 1724.23 

Indian queen, trag. Str. Dryden (J.) Works, v. 2. . . 5042.15 
Indigence and nobleness of mind. com. NVe Kotzebue (A.F.F.von). 
Ingomar. the barbarian. N''- Miinch-Belhnghausen(E.F.J..;;ajv»H). 
Inkle ;md Yarico. opera. .SVv Colman (Geo.) . . 1714.10; 1711.1(1 
Inner temple masque, .'^ee Middleton (T.) Works, v. 5. 173;t.l5 
Innkeeper of Abbeville. aS'-c Fitz-Ball (E.) 2 acts. InT. S. D., 

V. 25 1721.18: 1772.20 

Insatiate couutess. ^Ve Marston ('!.) Works, v. 3. 185(1, 1733.04 
Intriguing chauibcrmaid. 6Vc Fielding (Henry). . . . 5037.22 

Invincibles. musical farce. .V-e Morton (T.) 1721.03 

Invisible girl, cumic piece. ,Vcc Hook (T. E.) . . . . 1721. (J7 
Invisible prince, fairy extravaganza. See Planche (J. U.) 1771.01 
Ion. So: Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 
Ion. trag. 6Ve Talfourd ( T. N.) Tragedies. 1840. 1744.08. 1772.01 

Ion. ti-avestie. .SV*; Cooper (Fox.) 1721.27 

Iphigenia, trag. See Dennis (J.) Select works, v. 2. . 5044.21 
Iphigenia iu Aulis. Sef Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 
IphigL-nia iu Tauris. Sec Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 
Iphigenia in Tauris. See Goethe (J. W. von). Dr. works. 1725.01 
Ireland aud America. 2 acts. /« F. M. D., v. 10. . . .1771.09 

Ireland as it is. 6Ve Amherst (J. A.) 1772.15 

Irene, a tragedy. .Vft.' Johnson |S.) Works, v. l. . . . 5015.10 

Irishambassador.com. .^-Vi; Keuney (J.) 1771.05 

Irish assurance and Yankee modesty, farce. 2 acts. In F. M. 

D., V. 8 1771.08 

Irish attorney, farce. 5ce Bernard (B.) 1771.01 

Irish broom-maker. .SVv Wood (C. A. F.) 1771. (J9 

Irish lion, farce. See Buckstone (J. B.) 1771.04 

Irish mimic ; or blunders at Briglitoii. See O'Keeffe (J.) 1734.06 
Irish post, comic drama. S'e Planche (J. R.) .... 1771. ii9 

Irish tiger. See Morton (J. M.) 1771.09 

Irish tutor; or new lights, comic piece. See. Glengall {Earl 

of) 1711.21 ; 1771.02 

Irish widow, farce. See Garrick (David) 1714.09 

Irish Yankee. AVe Brougham (John) 1771.09 

Irishman in London, farce. See Macready (Wm.) . . 1711.22 
Irishman's maneuver ; or Mike Donovan's courtship, com. 2 

acts. In F. M. D.. V. 40 1771.24 

Iron chest, play. See Cohnan [Geo. the younger). . . .1721.02 

Is he jealous? operetta. See Beazley (S.) 1734.12 

Isaac (Sacrifice of). See Genhs (Mme. de). Sacred dramas. 

1797 1724.32 

Isaac Commenus. See Taylor (H.) Poet, works, v. 2. . 1G92.33 
Isabella : or fatal marriage, trag. .Vcc Southern (T.) . . 1714.09 

Isabelle. See Buckstone (J. B.) 1772.19 

Island of jewels, fairy extravaganza. S'-'- Planche (J. U.) 1741.10 
Island prmcess. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) . 1713.07 
Ivanhoe ; or, the Jew's daughter, drama. See Dibdin (T.) 1721.17 

Jack Brag ; farce. See A'Beckett (G. A.) 1721.04 

Jack iu the water, domestic burletta. See Rede (L.) . . 1721.31 
Jack Jugler. interlude. 1 act. /« Four old Plays. 1848. 1724.20 

Jack Sheppard. .SV-^ Buckstone (J. B.| 1771.07 

Jack Sheppard. ,SV Greenwood (T.) 1721.30 

Jack's the lad. drama. See Rogers (W.) 1771.23 

Jacket of blue, burletU. ^t'j Wilks (T. E.) 1773.18 



Jackman (Iftaac). All tUo world'8 a atago. farce. 2 acts. In 

British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same, /u London stagf. V. 1. 1825 17;j2!l7 

— Uero and Loander, burletta. 2 act«. In British drama, v. 1. 

1853 nu.o-j 

— — Same, /u London slago, v. 3. 1820 1732.19 

Jacobite. .SV': Planche (f. It.) 1771. U3 

Jacques Strop. .SV(! Selby [(!.) ' . . 1773.12 

Jaimson (George). Uevulntionary auldicr, farco. 1 act. In T. 

M. D.. V. 34 1771.21 

James (Walter). A return ticket. See Spencer (George) and 

James |\V.) 1773.09 

James IV. .SVr Greene (It.) Dram, works, v. 2. 1831. .1725.05 

Jane Shore, trag. See Rowe (N.) 1711,05 

Same. /;( British drama, v. 1. 18.53 1711.09 

Jealous lovers (The). AVv Randolph (T.) Dram, works, v. 1. 

1875 1741.24 

Jealouswifo.com. .sVt; Oolman (Geo.) 1714.09 

Jealousy at fault, com. .V-r Giraud{G.) 1725.28 

Jealousy of Le Barbouiile, farce. .SV*; Moliere (J. B. I'.} 1733,27 
Jeannette and Jeanuot, musical druma. .S'-r Stirling (E.) 1773.1(J 

Jenkinses (The), farce. .SVr Planch«'M-J- U) 1741.10 

Jenny Liud at last. .SVt Reach (A. B.) 1771.10 

Jephson (Robert). Bragauza. trag. 5 acts. In London stage, 

V. 4. 1827 17.T2.20 

— Count of NarboDuo, trag. 5 acts. MLond. st:igc, v. :j. 1732.19 

— Law of Lombardy, trag. 5 acts, /h London stage, v. 4. 1732.20 

— Two strings to your bow, farce. 1 act. /;* C.B.T..V.30. 1711.30 

Same. In London sUige, v. 3. 1820 1732.19 

Jeronimo. Pt. 1. In Dodsley (J.) (.)ld plays, v. 3. 1780. 1722.03 
Jerrold (Douglas). Com.-die>i. London. 1853. 12\ . . 1725.24 

Contents . Bubbles of the day. Time works wonders. 
Tho catspaw. Prisoner of war. Retired froin business. 
St. Cujiid. or Dorothy's fortune. 

— Comedies aud dramas. London, 1854. 12' 1725.25 

Contents : Rent day. Nell Gwynue. The housekeeper. 
Wedding gowu. School fellows. Dove iu a cage. Painter 
of Ghent. Black-eyed Susan. 

— Anibroso Gwiuett ; or a seaside story, melodrama. 3 acts. 

/« C. M. T., V. 8 1721.23 

Sime. 3 acts. /uF. S. D., v. 24 1772.20 

— Black-eyed Susan, 2 acts. /** F. S. D.. v. 30. . . . 1772.23 

— Bride of Lmlgate. comic ilrama. 2a. Jn C. B. T.. v. 30. 1711.30 

— Catspaw, comedy. 5 acts, //t F. S. D.. v. 11. . . .1771.11 

— Devil's ducat ; or the gift of mammon, romantic drama. 

2 acta. In C. M. T.. v. 5 1721.20 

— Fifteen years of a drunkard's life, melodrama. 3 acts. /« 

F. S. D.. V. 44 1772,30 

— ^ Goldeu calf, comedy. 3 acts, /n C. M. T., v. 9. . .1721.24 

— John Oxcry ; or the miser of Southwark, drama. 3 acts. In 

C. M. T.. v. 7 1721.22 

— Mutiny at the Nore. 3 acts. In C. M. T., v. 5. . . 1721.20 
— - Rent day. domestic drama. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 4. 1772.04 

— St. Cupid ; or Dorothy's fortune, com. 3 acts. In F. M. D.. 

v. 7 1771.07 

— Sally in our JiUey, drama. 2 acts. //( C. M. T.. v. 10. 1721.31 

— Thomas A'Beckett. 5 acts. In C M. T.. v. 11. . . 1721.26 
Jerrold (W. Blanchard). Cool as a cucumber, farce. 1 a<:t. In 

F. M. D.. V. 31 1771.19 

— Cupid in waiting, com. 3 acts, /n Lacy, v. 94. . . 1773.04 

Jessie Brown. A'"; Boucicauh {Dion} 1772.21 

Jew (The), com. AVe Cumberland (Richard) 1721.05 

Jew iuid the doctor, farce. AVv Dibden T.) . 1711.11 ; 1721.01 
Jew of Malta, trag. .S'-r Marlowe (C.) 1722.08 : 1733.01 ; 1735.01 
Jews Tlie.com. .Vt-i; Lessing (G. E.) Dr. works. 187S. 1732.30 
Joan of Arc ; or the maid of Orleans, melodrama. See Fitz- 

BaU(E.) 1721.19 

Jocasta, trag. See Gascoyne (G.) aud Kinwelmarsh {V. 1724.20 

Note. — An alteration of the Phceuissa* of Euripides. 
Joconde ; or festival ol the Rosiere, mus. com. See Moncrieff 

(W. T.) 1721.27 

John a Kent aud John a Cumber. .Ve^ Munday (A.) . . 175r>.47 

John Dobbs, farce. .S'fc Morton (J. M.) 1733.17 

John Bull ; or the Englishman's fireside, com . See Colman (Geo., 

(he iioumjer) 1721.03 

John of Paris, comic opera. &V(TPooock (I.) 1711.2(1 

John of Procida : or briJals of Messiua. trag. Sec Knowles 

(J. S.) Dramatic works 1732.05; 00 

John Overy ; or the miser of Southwark. See Jerrold (Douglas). 
John street, .-Vdelphi, farce. AVt? Buckstone (J. B.) . . 1721.22 
Johnson (S. D.) In aud out of idace, burletta. 1 act. In F. M. 

D., V. 14 1771.11 

Johnson (Charles). Cobbler of Preston, mus. farce. 2 acts. 

In C. B. T., V. 42 1721.09 

Johnson (Sam. D.) Tho fireman. 3 acts. /;i F.S.D.. v. 33. 1772.24 

— Our gal, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 10 1771.09 

— Shaker lovers. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 32 1771.20 

Johnstone (John B.) Ben Bolt. 2 acts, //t F. S. D., v. 20. 1772.18 

— Drunkard's children. 2 acts. In Lacy. v. 99. . . . 1773.09 

— Gide Breezcly. 2 acts. In F. M. D.. v. 12 1771.10 

— Sailor of France. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 20. . . . 1772.18 

Jonathan Bradford. A'.-.- Fitz-Ball (E.) 1772.17 

Jonathan iu England. .S'ce Colman (Geo...//-.) . . . .1772.28 
Jones (Henry). Earl of Essex, trag. 5 acts. la British drama, 

v. 2. 1653 1714.10 

Same. 5 acts. /» London stage, v. 3. 1820. . . 1732.19 

Jones (J. S.) Captain Kyd. 4 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 34. . 1772.25 

— (ireeu mountain boy, com. 2 acts, /h F.M-D.. v. 35. 1771.21 

— Moll Pitcher. 4 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 29 1772.22 

— Peoples lawyer, com. 2 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 31. . . 1772.23 

— Surgeon of Paris. 4 acts. In F. S- D.. v. 32. . . . 1772.24 
Jones (Richard). Greeuman, com. 3acts. //i C.B.T., v.45. 1721.12 



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886 



PLAYS : Jonsou lo Laughuig hyena. 



Jonson (Bou). Woi-Ua. Boston. 185.'!. 8' 1725.27 

jVoU-. — For t'linteiiU SCO p. (JSH of Calaloguo. 

— Every niau in liiK htmiour, com. acts. In British drama, 

V. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same. In C.B.T.y.iO 1711.10 

Same. /« London Btagc, v. :). I»2i; 17;)2.1'.l 

— The TolraecDiiist, farce. 2aetK. /« London stage, v. 2. 17:12.18 

— Fletcher (.J.) nwl Middleton (I'll.) The widow, com. G acts. 

In Dodsley (J.) old plays, v. 12. 178(1 1722.12 

Joseph made kuowii to liis bretin'eti. .Vc- Oenlis { J/w de). 1724. ;i2 
Journey to I^oudou, (M)m. .S'ee Vanbrugh (J.) Dr. works. 1744. yi 
JoTialcrcw.com. .v.-.' Brome , K.) .... 1713.'22 ; 1722.10 
Judgment of Paris, masciue. .s'.c Congreve (Wm.) 1714.18 ; 1744.31 

Julian, trag. &c Mitford (M. U.) 1711.32 

Juliana ; or princess of Poland, tratji-coni. A'te Oro^rne [J.)1715.25 

Julius Ciesar, trag. Si^c Shakspcre (Wm.) 

Julius Ciesar, trag. Sec Sheffield (J., du/cn of littckinffliam). 

Works, V. 1 50(i:i.01 

Jumbo-Jum ! farce. 1 act. /» F. M. D.. v. 3! 1771. 1'J 

Just liico Roger! farce. A'cc 'Webster (B.,j)'.) . . . .1773.00 
Katherine "lul Potruchio. .Ste Shakspere (Wm.) . . .1772.13 
Kathleen :Mavouruecn ; or .St. Patrick's eve, drama. 4 acts. In 

F. S. D., V. 44 177-2.30 

Katty O'Sho.-d, farce. See Pilgrim (J.) 2 acts 1771.22 

Keeper of the seals, comedietta. .Vf.? Gordon (L. S.) . . 1773.14 
Kelly (Hugh). School for wives, com. 5 acts, /n London stage, 

V. 1. 1827 1732. '20 

Kemble (Charles). Plot and counterplot ; or tho portrait of 

Cc-rviintes, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 41. . . 17'21.08 

— Point of honour, com. 3 acts. 7« C. B. T., v. 28. . 1711.28 
Kemble (.!/«. Charles). Day after the wedding, farce. 1 act. 

7.1 F. S. D., V. 5 1772.05 

Same. In 0. B. T., v. '20 1711. 2'.l 

— Personation : or fairly taken in, comic interlude, i act. Jn 

0. B. T, V. 32 1711.32 

Same, /ii F. M. D, v. 15 1771.11 

Kemble (Frances Anne). Plays. Lond., 1863. 12'. . . 1731.10 
Contenis : An English tragedy. Eugenie, or the Spanish 

bride. Octavia Bragaldi. 
Kemble (John Philip). Lodoiska, opera. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 41. 
Same. /7i London stage, v. 2. 1.S25 1732.18 

— Tho panel, com. 3 acts. In London stage, v. 4. .- . 1732. '20 

jVote.— Altered from Bickerstaff's 'Tis well it's no worse. 

Kenilworth. drama. fSfe Dibdin (T.) 1721.00 

Kenney (James). .Mcaid (The) : or secrets of office, comic opera. 
3 acts. In C. B. T.. V. 8 1711.08 

— Blind boy. melodrama. 2 acts. //» C. B. T., v. 25. .1711.25 

— Ella Rosenberg, melodrama. 2 acts. Jn C. B. T., v. 27. 1711.'27 
Same. 2 acts. /« F. S. D.. v. 3i; 177'2.'2i; 

— Fighting by proxy, burletta. 1 act. /» F. M. D.. v. "2!). 1771.18 

— Illustrious stranger ; or married and buried, operatic farce. 

2 acts. /« C. B. T.. V. 23 1711.23 

Same. /« F. M. D.. v. 10 1771.12 

— Irisli ambagsador. comedy. 2 acts. la F. M. D., v. 5. 1771.05 

— Love, law, and physic, farce. 2acts. /;i C. B. T.. v. 24. 1711. '24 

— Matrimony, opera. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 20. . . 1711.211 
Same. 2 acts. /» F. M. D, v. 14 1771.11 

— liaising the wind, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. I'J. . 17U.l'.l 
Same, /ii F. M. D.. v. 4 1771.04 

— Sweethearts and wives, com. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v, 10. 1772.10 

— Turn out, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 40. . . . 1721.13 

Kill or cure. See Dance (Charles) 1771.00 

Killegre-w (Thomas). Tho parson's wedding, com. 5 acts. In 

Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. !1. 1780 17'2'2.11 

Kilhng no murder, farce. .Vee Hook (T. E.) 1711.31 

King (Thomas). Lovers' quarrels, interlude. 1 act. In London 

stage, v. 3. 18'26 173'2.1'.l 

Note. — Altered from ' Tho mistake.' by J. Vanbrugh. 

King and deserter. See Maddox (J. ^1.) 1772.27 

• King (The) and I,' farce. .S'fe Morton (J. M.) . . . .1733.17' 
King and no king. Xee Beaumont (F.)aii(i Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 2. 

King :i;id rebel. .S'.vj 'T'ellere [Dr. —) 1773.10 

King .\rthur, opera. See Dryden (J.) 'Works, v. 8. 1821. 5042.21 

King I'harniiug. See Planche (J. R.) 1771.08 

King Christmas, a funcy-full morality. Sec Planche (J. R.) 1773.05 

King Henry IV.. v., VI.. vm. See Shakspere (William). 

King .Tohn, trag. See Shakspere (Wm.) 

King John (Troublesome raiguo of). 2 pts. In Six old plays, v. 2. 

1779 174'2.'29 

King Lear. Se- Shakspere (William). 

King Leir, and his three daughters (True chronicle histoiy of). 

lact. /iiSixoldplays. v. 2. 177'J 1742.211 

King of the commims. See White (J.) 1772.04 

King of the peacocks, fairy extrav. See Planche (J. R.) 1741.11 

King Rene's daughter. .S'v. Herz (H.) . . . . 17'25.08 ; 1771.21 

King liichard u., trag. See Stiakspere (Wm.) 

King Richard III., trag. See Shakspere (Wm.) 

Kiss in the dark, farce. See Buckstone (J. B.) . . . . 1771.00 

Knight (Thomas). Holiest thieves, farce. 2 a. In O. B. T., v. 23. 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl, drama. v.'J. 1821. 1734.18 

— Turnpike gate. mus. farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 20. 1711.21) 

Knight of Arva. .Vte Boucicault (Dion) 1772.22 

Knight of Malta. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works. 

v. 6 1713.05 

Knight ">f the burning pestle. .Vet; Beaumont (F.) (r7i(Z Fletcher 

|J.) Works, v. 2. 1843 1713.02 

Knights (The). &e Aristophanes. Comedies. . 171'2.17 ; 171'2.15 
Knights (The), com. See Foote (S.) Works, v. I. 17!ISI. 1724.1S 
Knights of tlie cross ; or the hermit 'sproptiecy. romantic drama. 

from Sir Walter Scott. 3 acts. In 0. B T.. v. 34. 1721.01 
Knights of the round table, drama. See Planche (J. R.) 1741.11 



Know your own mind, com. ,S'''': Murphy (Arthur). ."iO.^?.!! : 1711.08 
Knowles (James .Sheridan). Dram, works. 2v. L., 1850. 8'. 1732.00 



Contents. 



Alfred the great, v. 1. 
Beggar of Bethual green, v. 
Cams (iracc)ius, trag., v. 1. 
Daughter (The), play, v. 1. 
Hunchljack (The), play. v. 1. 
Jolm of Procida, trag., v. 2. 
Love, play. v. 2. 
Love-chase, com, v. 2. 

Same. New cd. L., 



Maid of Mariendorpt, play, v. 2. 
Old maids, com., v. 2. 
Rose of Arragon, play, v. 2. 
.Secretary (The), play, v. '2. 
VirginiuR. trag., v. 1. 
Wife (The), dr.. v. 1. 
William Tel), play. v. 1. 
Woman's wit, play, v. 2. 
1859. 8° 1732.05 

— Brian Boroihme ; or the maid of Erin, melodrama. 3 acts. 

In F. S. D., v. 1.'. 1772.15 

— The bridal, trag. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 1772.00 

— Cains Gracclins, trag. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 0. . . 1711.06 

— Tho hunchback, play. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 4'2. . 1721.09 

Same. In F. S D., v. 2 1772.02 

Same. Love. 5 acts, /n F. S. D.. v. 11 1772.09 

Same. Love-chase. Com. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 3. 1772.03 

Same. In C.-B. T, v. 41 1721.08 

— Virginilia, trag. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 4 177'2.04 

Same. /)i C. B. T., v. 1711.00 

— The wife. .5 aits, /li F. S. D.. v. 1 1772.01 

— William 'Tell. 5 acts, /ii C. B. T., v. '22 1711.'22 

.Same. /« F. S. D.. v. 6 1772.05 

KcEuba ; or pirate vessel. .S'w Fitz-Ball (E.) 1721.'27 

KiJnigsmark. trag. &c Boker (George H.) 1714.11 

Kotzebue (August F. F. von). Dramatic works. From the Ger- 
man, by C. Smith. 3 v. New York. 1800. 8°. . . 1732.02 

V. 1. Count of Burgundy, com. Tho wild youth, com. 
Iiuligi'nce and nobleness of miud, com. Xa Perouse, com. 
Virgin of the sun. a play. Adelaide of Wnlfiugen, trag. 
2. SeU'-iiiimolatiou, a play. Uappy family, drama. Force 
of calumny, drama. Widow and the riding horse, farce, 
Pizarro, trag. East Indian, com. 3. Fraternal discord, 
com. Writing desk ; or youth in danger, drama. Abbe de 
I'Epee, hist. dram. False shame, com. 

— Deaf and dumb. In Thompson (B.) German theatre, v. 3. 

1801 17'24.23 

— Pizarro, trag. Altered by K. B. Sheridan. 5 acts. In Brit- 

ish drama, v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same. In C. B. T.. v. 1 1711.01 

Same. In F. S. D., v. 3 1772.03 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

— Tho Stranger. 5 acts. /» C. B. T., v. 14 1711.14 

Same. MF. S. D., v. 2 1772.02 

Same. In London stag.-, v. 3. 18'2R 1732.19 

Same. 7rt Oxberry (W.) New Engl., drama, v. 12. 1734.21 

Kyd (Thomas). Siianish tragedy ; or Hieronimo is mad again. 

5 acts. In Dodsley l J.j Old plays, v. 3. 1780. . . 1722.03 
La Bree (Lawrence). Ebenezer Venture, farce. 1 act. In F. 

M. D., V. '22 1771.15 

Lacy (M. Rophiuo). Maiil of Jiidah : or the knights templars, 

opera. 3 acts, /n C. B. T.. v. 25 1711.26 

— Two friends, drama. 2 :icls. /« C. B. T.. v. '27. . .1711.27 

Same. 2 acts, /n F. S. D.. v. 1'2 1772.12 

Lacy (T. H.) and Higgle (T. H.) I'ower of London ; or the death 

omen of Lady Jane Grey. 3 acts, /« Lacy. v. 114. . 1773.04 

Ladies at home. .Sm Millingen (J. G.) 1771.13 

Ladies beware I farce, lact. /m F. M. D.. v. 7. . . .1771.07 
Ladies' Ijattle, com. 3 acts. /« F. M. D.. v. '211. . . .1771.18 
Ladies' privilege, com. See Glapthorne (U.) . 1715.00 ; 17'2:).33 
Lady and gentleman, burletta. lact. /« F. M. D.. v. 31. 1771.10 
Lady and the devil, mus. drama. .V'C Dimond (W.) 1721.13 ; 1772.'2a 

Lady Grace. See Smedley (M. B.) Poems 1085.22 

Lady in ditliculties, com. ,Ve Planche (J. R.) .... 1741.11 

Lady Jane tirey, trag. .S'eeRowe (N.) 1732.19 

Lady of Belleisle ; or a night in the Bastille. .Vc; Gully (J. M.) 
Lady of Lyons. See Bulwer-Lytton (E. G. E. L.. earl). 
Lady of pleasure, com. See Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v. 4. 1743.06 
Lady of the bed-chamber, farce, lact. //i F.M.D.. v. 21. 1771.1* 
Lady of tlie lake, melodrama. .See Dibden (Thomas). . 1721.18 

Lady of the lake, i'w Thomson (M.) 1771.15 

Lady of the lions, burlesque. See Durivage (O. F.) . . 1771.18 
Lady's last stake, com. See CHbber (C.) Dr. -works, v. 2. . 1713.'28 
Lady's trial. .Vee Ford (J.) Dram, works. . . 1735.02; 1724.1* 

La Fiammina. »e Clapp (W. W., jr.) 1772.27 

Laid up in port ! or sharks along shore I See Higgle (T.ll.) 1773,16 
Lame lover, com. See Foote (S.) 1711?. . . 1724.111 : 1714.10 
Lancaster (Charles Sears). Advice to husbands, comedietta. 

lact. in F. M. D.. V. 28 1771.18 

Lancaster (Edward). Manager's daughter. 1 act. In F. M. D., 

V. 3(1 1771 22 

Lancers (The), interlude. .S'-'.- Payne (J. H.) 1711.13 

Langbridge (Frederic). " Man proposes," comedietta. 1 act. 

In Lacy, v. 98 1773.1)8 

La Peyrouse, com. Sec Kotzebue (A. F. F. von). Dram, works, 

V. 1 1732.02 

Larboard tin ; or 12 months since. 3 acts. See Wills (W. H.) 1721.28 
Last days of Pompeii. See Medina (Louisa). 3 acts. /» F. S. 

D.. V. 19 1772.17 

Last lite, drama. .See Palmer (T. A.) 1773.13 

Last man ; or miser of Eltham Green. See Pitt (Q. D.) In F. S. 

D., V. 35 1772.25 

Last MandevUlc. See Osbom (L.) Tragedies. 1870. . 1734.20 
Last of tho legends : or the baron, the bride, and the battery, 

extrav. ,S'cc A'Bcokett (G. A.) 1773.09 

Last of the pigtails. .>>'« Selby (''.) 1771. '21 

Laugh when you can. com. .S'" Reynolds (F.) .... 1711.23 
Laughing hyena. Sec 'Webster (B.) 1771.16 



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PLAYS : Lavater /■; Love's pilgrimage. 



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Lavater tlio pbysioguomist ; or uot a bad Judge. Hee PlanchS 

|J. H.) 177'2.-28 

Lavinia, traf;. Sir Beckett (Audrew) ITU.Ol 

Law ayaiUBt lovers, tiMgi-coni. AVr D'Avenant (W.) I>r. wtnliM. 

V. 5 IT'JJ.'Ji; 

Law nf Lombardy. trag. ,SVr Jephson (R.) i732.'20 

Lawrence (SlingBby). 'J'he lawycTK. rum. :j arts. />/ F. M. D.. v. 7. 
Laws <»tOaudy. ,SV'- Beaumont (!•'.} and Fletcher (J.) Works. 

V. .'i niJ.K, 

Lawyers, com. .SV«- Lawrence (S.) 1771.07 

Leah, tUe forsaken, play. .SVi' Daly (A.) 177;f.07 

Leap year, com. See Buckstono (J. B.) 1772.11 

Lear (The) of private life; or talber and daughter. See Mon- 

crieff(W. T.l 1721.22 

Learned lailie.s. com. .S'ee Moliere (J.li.P.) 1751. 1733.23 ; 1733.21) 
Leatherlungos Iho great, extrav. .V'-e Cheltnam {O. S.) . 1773.01! 
Leave it to nio, farce. Set: Hazlewood (0. II.) ami Williams {A.) 
Leavitt (.1. M.) Alrauius anil Ibo Idi'.mouu trageihcH. N. Y.. 

1869. 16' 173.M2 

Lee (Herbert). The aveut,'or. melodrama. 3 acts. /» F. S. D., 

V. .30 1772.23 

Lee (Nathaniel). .Mexauder the great ; or the rival queens, 
trag. (iacts. /« British drama, v. 2. 1853. . .1714.10 

Same. /«, O. B. T., v. i6 1721.13 

Same. /« London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl, drama, v.3. 1818. 1731.12 

Lee (.l/ts5 Sophia). Cbapterofaccideuts.com. 5 acts, /k Lon- 
don stage, V. 2. 1825 1732.18 

Legend of Florence. AVe Hunt (L.) Poet, works, v. 1. . 1661.24 

Same. .?<■« Hunt (L.) 1721.13 

Legge (Thomas). Itichardua Tortius. /?i Shakespeare's library, 

V. r>. 1875 1751.18 

Leighton (Wm.,.;i-.) At the court of king Edwin. 1877. 1732.21 
Leland (Olivers.) Beatri.-e. 5 acts. /» F. S. D., v. 37. 1772.26 

— (::a|)rii-(!. coin. 3 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 38 1772.27 

— llightsofmau.com. 2 acts, /u F. M. D., v. 21>. . . 1771.18 
Lemon (Mark). Grandfather Whitehead. 2 acts. In F. S. D.. 

V. 2 1772.02 

— Gwyniieth Vaughan. 2acts. />i F. S. D., v. 39. . .1772.27 

— Honesty the best policy, drama. 2 acts. In O. B. T.. v. 45. 

— Miml your own business. 3 acts, /ii F. S. D.. v, 12. 1772.12 
Lend iiic live shillings ; farce, ,1a: Morton (.1. M.) . . 1772.03 
Leonor ilfi Guzman, trag. Sm Boker (G. H.) Plays, etc. 1714.04 
Lequel (Louis). Ideutlty ; or no thoroughfare. In F. S. D.. 

V. 44 1772.30 

Lessing (Gotthold E.) Dramatic works. From the Germau. 
Kd. by E. Boll. 3 T. London. 1878. 12° ... . 1732.29 
Cmifputs : v. 1, Tragedii's. — Miss Sarah Sampson. Philo- 
tas. Emilia Galotti, Natltau the wise. 2. Conifdies. — 
Daiuiui. or true friendship. The young scholar. The old 
maid. The woman-hater. The Jews. The free thinker. 
The treasure. iVIinua von Bariihelm. 

— Emilia Galotti. trag. 5 acts. In Thompson (B.) Germau 

theatre, v. K. 1801 1724.26 

— Nathan the wise. Tr. by E. Frotbiughara. With essay on 

the poems, by K. Fischer. N. Y.. 1868. 12". . . 1732.11 

— Three comedies.Tr.byJ..I.Holroyd.Colchester.l838. 12°. 1732. 10 

C'ort(e)i(5 ; The free thinker. The treasure. Minua von 

Barnhelm. 
Lestocq : or the fete at the hermitage, opera. See Macfarren 

(G.) 1711.33 

Letter-writers, farce. &■« Fielding (H.) Works, v. 2. . .6037.21 
Lewes (George Henry). Noble heart. 3 a. /« F. S.,D., V.IO. 1772.28 
Lewis (Leopold). The bells. 3 .acts. /« Lacy. v. 97. .1773.07 
Lewis (Matthew Gregory). Adelgitba : or the fruits of a single 

error, trag. B acts. In CB. T., v. 39 1721.06 

Same. In F. S. D., v. 41 1772.28 

— Castle spectre. 5 acts. In O. B. T., v. 15. . • . . 1711.15 

Same. In F. S. D.. v. 27 1772.21 

Same, /h London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. 7ij Oxberry (W.) New Eugl. dr., v. 4. 1818.1734.13 

— Tile East Indiau, com. 5 acta. In Kotzebue (A, F. F. voii). 

Dr. works. V. 3. ISOl 1732.04 

— One o'clock ! in- the knight and the wood demon, opera. 3 

ails. In C. B. T., v. 32 1711.32 

— Rayiiinudaud .\giies ; or the bleeding uuu of Lindenberg ; 

dr.ima. 2 acts, /ii 0. B. T., v. 38 1721.05 

Same, /jj F. S. D., v, 24 1772.20 

— ^ Itugautiuo ; or the bravo of Venice, melodrama. 2 acts. In 

C. B. T., v.34 1721.01 

Same. In Oxberry iW.) New Engl. dr.. v. 9. 1821. 1734.18 

— Timour the Tartar, melodrama. 2 a. In 0. B. T., v. 29. 1711.29 

— Veuoni ; or the novice of St. Mark's, drama. 3 acts. In C. 

B. T., v. 38 1721.(15 

Liar (Tliel, farce. See Foote (Samuel). . . . 1714.09 : 1732 18 

Libertine (The), trag. Sf Shadwell (T.) 1676 1742.22 

Liberty ;isserted, trag. .SVe Dennis (-1.) Select works, v. 2. 5044.21 
Life ni New York ; or, Tom alul Jerry ou a visit. See Brougham 

(Jiihn) 1771.11) 

Life's a dream. See Calderon de la Barca (P.) 1714.21 : 1714.15 
Life's a lottery, or jolly Dick the lamp-lighter ; burletta. Se>: 

Rede (W. L.) 1721.14 

Life's episode. S,e Reade (J. E.) Poet, works, v. 3. 1857. Il'i8i.03 

Life's ransom. See Marston (Wm.) 1772.26 

Life's vagaries. .S'-e O'Keeffe (.J.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1798. 1734.04 
Like unto like, com. .v.." Calvert (G. H.) Comedies. 1856. 1714.19 
Lillo (George). Ardeu ot Eeversham, trag. 5 acts. In Brit. 

drama, v. 1. 18.W 1714.09 

Same. /« London stage, v. 2. 18'25 1732.18 

— FaLd curiosity, trag. 3 acts. /iiBrit. drama, v. 1. 1853. 1714.09 
Sam-. M London stage, v. 3. 18'26 1732.19 

— George Barnwell ; or the London merchant. In C. B. T.. v. 9. 
Same. In British drama, v, 1. 1853 1714.09 



Same, /n F. S. D., v. 11.- 1772.11 

Lilly (Jolin). .v.r Lyiy (.lolni). 

Limberham ; or tlie kind keejter. com. .V'-e Dryden (J.) 0042.19 

Limerick boy. farce. See Pilgrim (.1.) 1771.15 

Lingua : or combat of the tongue and five senses for superiority, 

com. See Brewer (A.) n'22.05 

Lionel and Clarissa, comic opera. .Vet' Bickerstaff (I.) . 1714.10 
Lisle (Walter). Love test, comedietta. 1 act. /7i Lacy, v. 102. 

Little barefoot. *e Waldauer (A.) 1772.29 

Little cliange (A), far<e. See Grundy (Sydney) 1773.05 

Little French lawyer. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) 

Works, v. 3. 1843 1713.03 

Little hunchback ; or a frolic in Bagdad. See O'KeefTe (.To)in). 
" Little mother," comic piece. 5ee "Morton (J. M.) . .1773.01 
Little Ilobiu Hood ; or quite a new beau I hist, burlesque. AVc 

Reece (H.) 1773.01 

Little .savage, farce. .Vee Morton (J. M.) 1733.17 

Little tliief (Niglit wallicr ; or the). See Beaumont (F.) and 

Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 11. 1840 171.'1.11 

Little Toddlekius. .S'ce Mathews (C.) 1771.19 

Live woman iu the mines. By " Old block." 2 acts. InT. M. 

D.. V. 17 1771.12 

Livius (Barham). Maid or wife, mua. com. 2 acts. In C. B. 

T., V. 33 1711.33 

Lizzie Leigh, domestic drama. 3 acts. .S'ee Waldron (W.R.) 1773.03 
Loan of a lover, vaudeville. .S'fc Planche (J. R.) . . .1771.01 

Lock and key. inus. farce. .S'ee Hoare (P.) 1711.'24 

Lodge (Thomas), Kosalynde. EupUues golden legacio. In 

Shakespeare's library, v. 2. 1875 1751.15 

— ami Greene (It.) Looking glass for London and England. 

In Greene (It.) Dramatic works, v. 1 1725.04 

Lodgers and lodgers, farce. See Hay (F.) 1773.02 

Lodoiska. melodramatic opera, ^'■e Kemble (.1. P.) In London 

stage, v. 2. 18'25 1732.18 

Lofty projects ; or arts iu an attic, farce. .S'rc Lunn (J.) 1711.10 
Logan (C. A.) Yankee land. com. 2 a. In F. M. D., v. 26. 1771.17 

London assurance. See Boucicaull (Dion) 1772.04 

London bridge. 1.50 ye.ara ago ; or the old miut. 5 acts. In 

Lacy, v. 10'2 1773.12 

London hermit ; or rambles iu Dorsetshire. S*x O'Keeffe (J.) 

Dram, works, v. 3. 1798 1734.06 

London triumphing. See Dekker (T.) 1722.20 

London's Tempe. pageant. 1629. .V''- Dekker (T.) , . . 1722.21 

Long strike, drama. .S'ee Boucicault (Dion) 1772.30 

Look before you leap, com. .Sec Lovell (G. W.) .... 1772.05 
Looking glass for London aud England. ,S'ee Lodge (T.) and 

Greene (B.) 1725.04 

Lord of the manor, com. See Burgoyne [Sir J.) 1711.13 ; 1732.18 
Lost child, or Jones's baby. See Suter (W. E.) . . . .1771.'24 

Lost ship. .S'ee Townsend (T.) . 1772.27 

Lost wife : or a husband's confession. See Hazlewood (C. H.) 
Lots (The). .S'ee Plautus (M. A.) Comedies, v. 5. 1774. .1741.17 

Lottery, farce, .Vec Fielding (II.) Works, v. '2 5017.21 

Lottery of life, a story of N. Y. .'See Brougham (J.) . .1773.15 
Lottery ticket. See Buokstone (J. B.) . . . . 1721.02 ; 1771.13 
Love. -S'ee Knowles (J. S. ) 

Love a la mode. .S'ee Mackhn (C.) .... .1714.10:1732.19 
Love and a bottle, com. .S'ee Farquhar (G.) Dr. works. 1849. 1744.31 
Love and fortune, tableau. .S'ee Planche (J. It.) . . .1741.11 
Love and honour. .S'ee D'Avenant (W.) Dr. works, v. 3. 172'2.24 
Love and honour, or soldiers at home — heroes abroad, drama^ 

See Carpenter (J. E.) In O. B. T., v. 48 1721.15 

Love ami intrigue. .S'e. Schiller (I.C F. von). Works, v. 4. 5064.'27 

Love anil loyalty. .S'ee Robson (W. J.) 1772.24 

Love and murder, farce. See Brougham (.1.) 1771.08 

Love at a \onture, com. .s'ee Centlivre [Mrs. S.) 1714.25 ; 1715.02 
Love-chase (The), com. .See Knowles (J. S.) 
Love for love, com. .S'.e Congreve (Wm.) 1714.17; 1744.31 ; 1714.10 
Love in a camp ; or Patrick in Prussia. .S'e-- O'Keeffe (J.) 1734.07 
Loveinamaze.com. -S'ee Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v. 2. 1833. 1743.04 
Love in a riddle. ,Vee Cibber (C.) Dr. works, v. 4. 1760. 1713.30 
Love in a village, comic opera. See Bickerstaff(I.) . . 1714.10 
Love in a wood ; or St. James's park. com. See Wycherley (Wra.) 

Love iu humble life. .S'ee Payne (J. Howard) 1771.11 

Love iu livery, farce. .S'ee 'Wooler (J. P.) 1771.17 

Love in '76. See Bunco (O.) 1771.11 

Love ill several masques, com. See Fielding (H.) Works, v.l.5037.*20 
Love is the best doctor, com. .S'ee MoUere (J.B.P.) 1733.28; 1733.21 

Love-knot.com. See Coyne (J. S.) 177'2.'28 

Love laughs at locksmiths, nius. farce. See Colman (Geo., the. 

younyer) 1721.04 

Love, law, 'and physic, farce. See Kenney (J.) .... 1711 '24 
Love makes a man. com. .S'ee Cibber iColley). 1713.'27 ; 1721.10 

Love of a prince. .See Gayler (C.) 1772.18 

Love-sick court, or ambitious politique. See Brome (R ) 1713.21 
Love the greatest enchantmeut. See Calderon de la Barca (P.) 

1861 1714.'20 

Love-tifi: com. .VeeMoliere (J. B. P.) 1735.04 

Love-tricks, com. .S'ee Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1833. 1743.03 
Love triumphaut. tiivgi-com. .S'e. Dryden (J.) Works, v,8. 504'2.21 
Love wins. com. See Clarke (S.) and Du Terreau ( — ). - 1773.15 
Love's contrivance, com. See Oenthvre (.!/»■.<. S.) 1703. 1715.02 
Love's contrivance, com. .See CentUvre {.Mrs. S.) Dr. works. 

V. 2. 1872 1714.'20 

Love's cruelty, trag. .Sec Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v. 2. 1833. 1743.04 
Love's cure. See Beaumont (F.) iinii Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 9. 

1845 1713.09 

Love's labour's lost, com. .See Shakspere ( William). 
Love's last shift, com. See Cibber (C.) Dr. works, v. 1. 170O.1713.'27 
Love's metamorphosis. .S'eeLyly (J.) Dr. works, v. 2. 1858. 1732.15 
Love's pilgrimage. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works. 

v. 11. 1846 1713.11 



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PLAYS ; Iiove's sacrifice to Masauiello. 



Love's sacriftco. .SV"Ford(J.) Dr. works. . . lT.K.lr2 ; 17J4.14 
Love'ssaui-lfico ; or the rival nierchmits. AVeLovell(t». W.) 17'.;l.i)'.i 
Lovell ((.leorge W.l Look beloro you leap, com. 5 a. /« F. S. 

D.. V. 6 n'l.or, 

■ — Love'a Bacrificp. /« C. B. T.. v. 42 1T21.0'.) 

Same. /«F. S. D.. V. 2 1772.02 

— Provost of liruKL's, trag. acts. In 0. B. T.. v. 44. 1721.11 
Lovell (Maria. Boginniug and the end, tlonR-stic drama. 4 acta. 

/ii C. B. T.. V. 18 1721. l.l 

— {traiul'it")]. Iii^omar. tlio bai'liarian. 5 acts. See Miinch- 

Bcllinghausen (E. F. J., iaivm von). . . 1721.14:1772.12 
Lover (Samuel). llai)py man. 1 at:t. M F. M. D., v. 24. 1771.1(1 

— Uiu-y OMorc. 3 actu. /» F. S. D.. v. 22 1772.19 

— Wliile liort^o of the Peppers, comic ilrama. 2 acts. /« F. M. 

D.. V. ;j 1771.0:1 

Lover Ijy proxy. AVe Boucicault (Diou) 1771.19 

Lover's amazements. See Hunt (L.) Poet, works, v. 1. lGfll.24 
Lover's melancholy. .StcFordlJ.) Dr. works. 17:i5.02 ; 1724. l;i 
Lovers' progress. .See Beaumont (F.) ani/ Fletcher (J.) Works. 

V. 11. 1811) 1713 11 

Lovers' quarrels ; or like master like man. See King (T.) 1732. lU 
Lovers' quarrels, com. .S'''-- Moliere (J. B. P.) . . . .1733.27 
Lovers' vows. .S'le Inchbald (.1/is. Eliz.) ....'. .1711.17 

Lovers' vowa. See Kotzebue (A. von) 1724.22 

Loval Bubjecl. *•• Beaumont (P.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, v. G. 

1844 1713.06 

Lucas (J. T.) Browne, the martyr, farce. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 96. 
Lucas (W. J.) JIau with the iron mask. 4 acts. In F. S. D.. 

v. ■29 177'2.'22 

— Traitors' gate ; or the tower of London in 1553. 3 acts. In 

Lacy. v. 95 1773.05 

Lucky chance. .Sv- Behn (^/rs. A.) Plays, v. 3. 1871. . 602].0i; 

Lucky bit. .VcePaul(U.l 1771.20 

Lucky sixpence, farce. .S'"- Browne (E. J.) 1773.13 

Lucky stars ; or the cobbler of crijiplegate 1 burletta. 1 act. 

See Dance (G.) 1773.04 

Lucretia Borgia. See Hugo (Victor) 1772.24 

Luke the labourer, melodrama. Are Buckstone (J. B.) . 1721.17 
Lunn (Joseph). Hide and seek, opera. 2 acts, //i C. B. T.. v. 12. 

— Lofty projects ; or arts in an attic, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. 

T.. V. 10 1711.10 

— Managemeut ; or the prompter puzzled : comic interlude. 

1 act. In C. B. T., v. 38 1721.05 

— Uoses aud thorns, com. 3 acts. />i O. B. T.. v. 12. .1711.12 

— Shepherd of Derwent vale. 2 act,<. In 0. B. T.. v. 10. 1711.10 
Lurline ; or revolt of the Naiades. See Dalrymple (J. S.) 1721.24 
Lust's dimiiuiou, trag. .S'rc Marlowe (0.) Dr. works. 1S18. 17:«.01 
Lying valet, farce See (Warrick (David). 1714.09 : 1732.17 ; 1734.20 
Lyly. Lilly, or LilUe (.John). Dramatic works. With notes and 

life by F. W. Fairhc.lt. 2 v. London. 1858. 16". . 17:12.11 
Conlenls : v. 1. Eudimion. Campaape. Sapho and Phao. 
Gallathea. 2. Mydas. Mother Bombie. Woman in the 
mooue. Love's metamorphosis. 

— .\lexauder and Campaspe, com. 6 acts. In Dodsley (J.) 

Old plays, v. 2. 17S0 1722.02 

Lysistrata. See Aristophanes. Comedies, v. 2. 1853. . 1712.1i> 
Lyste (II. P.) Only a penny-a-liner! comedietta in 1 act. In 

Lacy. V. 100 1773.10 

Macbelh. trag. See Shakspere (Wm.) 1711.01 

Macbeth travestie. .5. .; Northall (W. K.) 1771.05 

M-Closkey (.James). Fatal glass ; or the curse of drink, drama. 

3 aits. In Lacy. v. lot'. 1773.lr, 

Macfarren (Ge;.rge). Gil Bias, drama. 3 a. In C. B. T..v.3li. 1721.03 

— Guy Faux, melodrama. ;l acts. In C. M. T.. v. 4. . 1721.19 

— Lestocq : or the fete at the hermitage, hist, operii. Adapted 

from Scribe. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. ;!3 1711.33 

— Malvina, opera. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. :tO 1721.03 

— March of intellect. In C. M. T., v. 12 1721.27 

— l\Iy old woman. mus. com. 3 acts. InC M. T.. v. 1. 1721.16 
— - Winning a husband, burletta. 1 act. In 0. M. T., v. 5. 1721.20 

Same. /;i F. M. D., v. 16 1771.12 

Machin (Lewes). Dumb knight, hist. com. 5 acts. In Dods- 
ley (J.) Old plays, V. 4. 1780 1722.01 

Mack (U. K.) The masquerade ; or Aunt Hepsaba's fright, farce. 

2 scenes. /« F. S. D., v. 10 1771.'i4 

— ' 'Tis the darkest hour before dawu,' com. 1 act. In F. M. 

D.,v. 10 1771.21 

Macklin (Charles). Love a la-mode. 2 acts, fn British drama. 

v. 2. 1853 1711.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 3 1732.19 

— Man of tbe world, com. 5 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 5. . 1711.05 

Same. In Brit. .Irama. v. 1. 1853 1714.09 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

McLachlan (Charles). I dine with my mother, comedietta. 1 

act. In F. M. D.. v. 14 1771.11 

Macready (Wm.) Irishman iu London, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. 

T.. V. 22 1711. '22 

Same. ;« F. M. D.. v, 18 1771.13 

Mad couple well macht. See Brome (H.) Dr. works, v. 1. 171:1.20 

Mad dogs, farce. See Moore (J.) 1771.15 

Mad lover. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 6. 

1844 1713.06 

Mad prophet, com. ,'?'*< Giraud (G.) Ital. comedies. 1849. 1725.28 
Mad world (A), my masters. See. Middleton (T.) 1733.12 . 17-22.05 
Maddox (Frederick More). Frederick the great, melodrama. 

2 acts. In C. M. T.. v. 13 1721.'>8 

Maddox (J. M.) The king and deserter. 2 acts. In F. S. D., 

V. 39 1772.27 

Madelaine. the belle of the Faubotu'g. See Cunningham {Mis. V.) 
Madmen alt ; or cure of love. See Paulding (James K.) 17:U.;10 
Magnetic lady. See Jonson (Ben). Works, 1853 . . . 1725.27 
Magnificent lovers. See Moliere (J. B. P.) . . 1733.29 ; 1733.22 



Magpie, or the maid of Pailaiseau, melodrama. See Pocock (1.) 
Mahomet, the iniposter. trag.; adapted from Voltaire. See Mil- 
ler (/e-o. James.) 17:t2.'20 : 1714.10 

Maid in the mill. See Beaumont (F.) ami Fletcher (J.) Works 

v. 9. 1815 1713.09 

Maid of Bath, com. .V« Foote (S.) Works, v. 2. 1799. . 17'24.19 

Maid of Croisaey. .Vre Gore (J/ri-. Charles) 1771.04 

Maid of honour, tragi-com. See Massinger (Philip). 
Maid of Judah ; or knights templars. See Lacy (M. R,) 1711.25 
Maid of Marieudorpt. .v.v Knowles (J. S.) . . 17:12.05:1732.07 
Maid of Orleans. *e Schiller (J. C. F. von). Works, v. 3. 5064. 20 
Maid of the mill, comic oi)era. A'.''' Bickerstaif (1.) . . 1711.08 
Maid of the oaks. A'''« Burgoyne (J.) Works, v. I. 1808.1714.11 

Same, /k London stage, v. 3. 182<; 1732.19 

Maid <jr wife, mus. com. .V-r Livius (B.) 1711. :i:i 

Maid with the milking pail. ,s'''*i Backstone (J. B.) . '. 1771.19 
Maid's revenge, trag. .S'.-e Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v, 1. 1833. 171:1.0:1 
Maid's ti-agedy. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, 

V. 1 1713.01 

Maidens of Trachis. .S'r*: Sophocles. Tragedies, v. 2. 1865. 171:1.20 
Make your wills, farce. See Mayhew (E.) and Smith (G.) 1721.02 
Malcontent (The). .Vw Marston (J.) . . . . 1722.04 ; 173;(.03 
Maltby (.Vlfred). Should this meet the eye. farce. 1 act. In 
Lacy. V. 97 1773.07 

— Two flats and a sharp, comedietta, la. /» Lacy, v. 100. 1773.10 

— Your vote and interest, electioneering squib. In Lacy. v. 

100 1773.10 

Maltby (0. A.) Borrowed plumes, farce. /nLacy, v. 92. 177:1.02 

— For better for worse, farce, lact. /« Lacy. v. 105. . 1773.15 

Malvina, opera. See Macfarren (G.) 1721.03 

Man-Fred, burlesque ballet opera. See A'Beckett (G. A.) 1721.24 

Manhater (The). See Moliere (J. B. P.) 1733.20 

Man-milliner. See O'Keeffe J.) Dr. works, v. 4. 1798. 1731 07 
Man of mode ; orSirFopUngFlutter.com. See Etherege (G.) 

Works. 1701 1723.08 

Man of the world, com. Aee Macklin (Ch.l 1711.09 

" Man proposes.'' comedietta. A'c-s Langbridge (F.) . . 1773.08 
Man with the carpet bag.farco. See A'Beckett (O.A).1721.'28;1771.24 

Man with the iron mask, .^''c Lucas (W. J.) 1772.22 

Man without ahead, farce. .S'w Wooler (J. P.) . . . .1771.21 
Man's (The) bewitch'd, com. See CentUvre (S.) 1711.27 ; 1715.02 
Man's the master, com. See D'Avenant (W.) Dr. works, v. 5. 

1871 17-22.26 

Management : or the prompter iiuzzled : comic interlude. 1 act. 

See Lunn (J.) 1721.05 

Manager in disti-ess. prelude. See Colman (G.) , . . 1773.04 

Manager's daughter. Aec Lancaster (E.) 1771.22 

Marble heart : or the sculptor's dream. See Selby (C.) 1772.25 
March (George). Shepherd of Cournailles, operetta. 1 act. In 

Lacy. V. 90 1773.06 

March of intellect. ,Vf»- Macfarren (G.) 1721.27 

Marco Spada. See Simpson (J. P.) 1772.13 

Marcus Brutus, trag. A'^e Sheffield (J., duke of Buckingham). 

Works. V. 1 ■ . . . 6023.01 

Margery Daw. fai-ce. .S'.e Morton (J. M.) 17.13.18 

Maria Martiu : or the murder iu the red baru, drama. 2 acts. 

In Lacy, v. 108 177:(.I8 

Mariamne, trag. Ac e Fenton (E. ) 1721.12 

Mariamne.tr.ig. .«ee -Voltaire (F. M. A. de) 1711.21 

Marianne, child of charity. .S'e: Pitt (G. D.) 1721.31 

Marlowe (Christopher). Dramatic works. Notes by W. Oxber- 

ry. I,.. 1818-20. 12' 17:13.01 

Contents : Jew of Malta. Edward the second. Doctor 

Faustus. Lust's dominion. ISLissacre of Paris. Tambur- 

lane the great. Dido, queen of Carthage. 

— Works. Notes, by A. Dyce. L.. 1.158. 8' 17:15.01 

Contents: Dido, queen of Carthage. Doctor Faustus. 
Edward second. Jew of Malta. Massacre at Paris. 

— Edward ll.. tiag. In Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 2. 1780. 17-22.02 

— Jew of Malta, trag. In Dodsley (J) Old plays, v. 8. 1780. 17-22.08 
Marmion (Shakerlev. Tlie antiqnary.com. 5 acts. In Dods- 
ley (J.) Old plays. V. 10. 1780 17-2'2.10 

Marplot in Lisbon, com. See CentUvre {Mrs. S.) . . . 1711.26 
Marriage a-la-mode, com. Ace Dryden (J.) Works, v. 4. SOl'i 17 

Married and single, com. .^f-*^ Poole (J.) 1772.10 

Married bachelor, farce. See Q-Callaghan (P. P.) . . . 1771.13 

Married rake, farce. See Selby (G ) 1771.08 

Marryat (Florence) and Yoiang (C. L.) Miss Chester, drama. 

3 acts. In Lacy. v. 101 1773.11 

Marston (John). Works. With notes and life by J. O. Halli- 

well. 3 v. London. 1856. 16' 1733.02 

Note. — For Contents see entry, p. 710 of Catalogue. 

— and -Webster (J.) The Malcontent. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) 

Old plays, V. 1. 17.S0 17-22.04 

Marston (J. Westlaud). Anne Blake. 5 acts. In T. S. D.. v. 31. 

— Hard struggle, domestic dr. 1 act. In F, S. D., v. 39. 1772.'27 

— A life's rausom. 5 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 36 1772.26 

— Patrician's daughter, trag. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 32. 1772.'21 

— Pure gold. 1 acts. In F. S. D. v. 11 1772.28 

Martin (Wm.) D'ye know me now? farce. 1 act. /n Lacy. v. 

10.5 1773.15 

Martyr (The), trag. See BailUe (Joanna), Works. 1851. 1712.22 
Mary Edmonstone. drama. See Hazlewood (C. H.) . . 1773.13 
Mary Gastonbury ; or dream girl of the Devil-hoU. See Fitz- 

Ball (E.) 17'21.'21 

Mary Queen of Scots, an hist. play. .VwFrankUn (»'i'. T.) 1725.00 
Mary Stuiirt. .S',r Alfleri ( V.) Tragediea. v. 2. 1815. . .1712.11 
Mary Stuart. See Schiller (J, C. F. von). Works, v. 3. . 5061.'26 
Mary's birthday ; or the cynic. See Miles (G. H.) . . . 1772.-23 
Mary's dream ; or far, far at sea I melodrama. .S'»-<- Townsend 

(T.) 1773.17 

Masaniello. mus. dram. Ac- Milner (H. M.) . 1721.16 ; 1772.20 



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Masks and facoB, com. See Taylor (Tom) and Reade (f.) 177'2.2:i 

Mason of Hilda, opera. See Planchi^ (J. U.) 1721.10 

Masque (.M. .V'V Cokain (AiV A.) Dram, works. 1871. . 171:).;)1 
Masque of thd lUTier teinplo aud (iray'a iiiii. See. Beaumont (F ) 

«».( Fletcher (T.) Works, v. 2. 18l:l 171:1.02 

Masquerade (The), farce. See Mack (R. E.) 1771. 2-t 

Massacre at Paris, trag. See Marlowe (C.) . 1733.01 ; I73.'i.01 
Massinger (Philip). Dramatic works. Ed. by H. Coleridge. 

London, 1S4«. 8° 1735.(12 

A'"^'. — For Cimtenfs see p. 74(> of Catalogue. 

— Duko of Milan, trag. 5 acts. In London stayn, v. 2. 1732.1s 

— Fatal dowry, trag. 5 acts, /ii C. B. T., v. 1(1. . . .1711.10 

— Maid of honour, tragi-com. .'i ads. /« C. B. T.. v. 21). 1711,20 

— New way to pay old debts, com. 5act8. /hO.B.T., v. 7. 1711.07 

Same. In British drama, v. 1. 1853 1714.00 

Same. Jii F. S. D., V. 5 1772.05 

Same. In London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

Same. /« Oxberry (W) New Engl, drama.v.l. 1818. 1734.10 

Master Jones's birthday. .Vc- Morton (J. M.) . . . .1733.18 
Masters rival ; or a day at liuulogne. farce. See Pcak« (R. B.) 
Match (The), com. »e Baillie (J.) Works. 1851.. . .1722.22 

Match at midnight, com. See Rowley (W.) 1722.07 

Match iii the dark, comedietta. .SVe Dance (C.) .... 1771.18 
Match meo in London, tragi-com. -V'V Dekker (Thomas). 1722.20 
Matchmaker, farcical com. .SVc Cheltnam (C. H.) . . .1773.03 
Mathews (Charles). Adventures of a lovo letter, com. 2 act.s. 

/i! F. M. D., V. 41 1771.24 

— Bachelor's bedroom, comic scene. In F. M. D..v. 23. 1771.15 

— Dowager, com. 1 act. /n F. M. D.. v. 32 1771.20 

— Humpbacked lover. 1 act. /« O. M. T, v. 12. . .1721.27 

— Little Toddlekins, comic drama. 1 act. In F.M.D.,v.31. 1771.10 

— Used up, com. 2 acts. /« F. M. D . v. 2 1771.02 

— Who killed Cock Robin ? farce. 2 acts, /n F.M.D.,v.38. 1771.23 
Mathews (Cornelius). The politicians, com. 5 acts. In his 

Various writings. Nev Yoi-k. 1843. H° 50.53.05 

Matilda of Denmark. See Osborn (L.) Tragedies. 1870. 1734. 2C. 
Matrimony, petite opera, -s'^'c Kenney (J.) . 1711.26; 1771.11 

Matteo Falcone. AVc Osberry (W. U.) 1771.16 

Maturin (Charles Robert). Bertram, trag. 5 acts. Ai C. B. T., 

V. 43 1721.10 

Same. In F. S. D., v. 7 1772.07 

Maturin (Edward). Viola. 1 acts, /n F. S. D., v. 26. .1772.21 
Maurice (Walter) and Rice (.James). Beady-money, drama. 4a(rt8. 

In Lacy, v. 104 1773.U 

May (Thomas). The Heir. com. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) (Hd 

plays, V. 8. 1780 1722.08 

— The old cou])le, com. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) Old plays 

V. 10. 17H0 17-22.10 

May-day, com. A'fc Chapman (G.) Dram, works, v. 2. 1873. 1713.25 
Mayhew (Augustus). I'our cousins, comic drama. 2 acts. Iji 

Lacy, V. 92 1773.02 

Mayhew (Edward) anrf Smith (G.) Make your wills, farce, lact. 

//I C. B. T.. V. 35 1721.02 

Same. /)i F, M. D.. v. 16 1771.12 

Mayhew (Henry). W^aiidering minstrel, farce. 1 act. In F. 

M. D.. V. 2C, 1771.17 

Mayhew (Thomas). Ambition : or Marie Mignot. 3 acts. In 

C. B. T.. V. 34 1721.01 

Mayne (Jasper). City-match, com. 5 acts. /7i Dodsley (J.) old 

plays, V. ',1. 1780 1722 (I'.l 

Mayor of Garrat, com. Stc Foote (S.) . . . 17'24.18 ; 1714. oil 
Mayor of Queenborough, com. .Vr»' Middleton (Th.) . . 1733.11 
Mazeppa, romantic drama. See Milner (U. fll ) 1721.20 : 1772.10 
Meadow (A.) His own enemy. In Lacy. v. 102. . . . 1773.12 
Measure for measure, com. .S'-i? Shakspere (Wm.) . . 1711.07 
Medea. See Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 
Medina (Louisa H.) Ernest Maltravers. 3 acts. In F. S. D-. 

v. 18 1772.17 

— Last days of Pompeii. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 0. . . 1772.17 

— Nick of the woods. 3 .lets. /« F. S. D., v. 34. . . . 177'2.'25 

Me^'s diversion. See Craven (H. T.) 1772.29 

Meliccrte. See Moliere (J. B. P.) 17.-13.28 ; 1733.23 

Memnon. .Sfc Reade (J. E.l Poetical works, v. 2. 1857.1681.02 
Menaichmi ; or the twin-brothers. See Plautus (M. A.) 1742.04 ; 20 
Mendicant (The), drama. Sec A'Beckett («. A.) ... 1721.04 
Mercator, tlie merchant. See Plautus (M. A.) 1742.05; 1741.14 
Merchant of Bruges. .Vt**! Beaumont (F.) rt/((/ Fletcher (J.) 1732.20 
Merchant of Venice. Sec Shakspere (Wm.) 

Merchant's wedding ; or London frolics in 1638. See Plancht; 

(J. R.) 1711.10 

Meritt (Paul). Chopstick and Spikins, farce, /n Lacy. v. 109. 1773.19 

— Glin Gath ; or the man in the cleft, drama. 4 acts. In 

Lacy. V. 99 1773.09 

Merivale (Herman C.) Husband in clover, farce. 1 act. In 
Lacy. v. 100 1773.10 

— Son of the soil. 3 acts, /h Lacy. v. 97 1773.07 

Merope. .S'.-e Alfleri (V.) Tragedies, v. 2. 1815. . . . 1712.11 
Merry devil of Edmonton. 1 act. In Dodsley (J.) Old plays, 

v. r,. 1780 17'i2.05 

Merry wives of Windsor, com. See Shakspere (Wm.) 

Mctamora. burlesque. See Brougham (John) 1771.20 

Meled "Ut. drama. .Vci- Vellere (Z'c) 1773.09 

' Methinkslseemyfather! farce. 2 .acts. /»l O.B.T.,v.45. 172112 

Michael Erie. See Wilks (T, E.) 1772.-23 

Michaelmas term. .ScfMiddleton (T.) Works, v. 1. 1840. 1733.11 

Microcosmus, masque. See Nabbes (T.) 1722.09 

Midas, burletta. See O'Hara (K.) . . 1714.09 ; 1711.12 ; 1732.17 
Middle Templo and Lincoln's Inue. masque. See Chapman 

(Geo.) 1713.'26 

Middleton (Thomas). Works. Notes, by A. Dyce. 5 v. Lon- 
don, 1840. 12° 1733.11 

yofe. —For Contents see p. 776 of Catalogue, 



- A mad world, my masters, com. 5 acta. In Dodsley (J.) 

Old playa, v. 5 1780 1722.05 

- Mayor of (^uinborough, com. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) Old 

plays, v. II. 1780 1722.11 

— «»fiDekker(T.) The roaring girlo ; or Moll Cut-purse. 1 act. 

/ri Dodsley (J. I Old plays, v. 0. 1780 1722.06 

- Same. In Dekkcr (T.) Dr. works, v. 3. 1873. . 1722.20 
Middy .ashore, farce. .S'lr Barnard (W. B.) lact. . , .1771.10 
Midnight banquet, melodrama. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 38. 1772.27 

Midnight hour u. .S'e.; Inchbald (.)/r». Eliz.) 1711.15; 17.32.17 

Midnight : the 13th chime ; or old St. Paul's. .S'c-f Bamett (C. 8.) 

Midnight watch. .V,,. Morton (J. M.) 1733.18 

Midsummer-night's dream, i-om. See Shakspere (Wm.) 
Miles (Geo. H.) Mary's birthday ; or the cyulc. 3 acts. In F. 
S. D.. V. 31 1772.2:) 

— Senor Valiento, com. 5 acts. /« F. S. D., v. 41. . . 1772.'J8 
Miles Gloriosus ; the braggartcaptain. .S'<?'; Plautus (;\I. A.) 1742.04 
Millengcn (J. G.) I^adiea at home. I act. /ii F.M.D..V.19. 1771. l:i 
Miller (/^-■r. James). Mahomet, the imposter. trag. 5 acts. In 

British drama, v. 2. 1S2:! 1714.10 

Note, — .'Vdajited from the play of Voltaire. 

Same, /n London stage, v. 4. 18'27 1732.20 

Miller and his men, melodrama. .Vc*- Pocock (I.) . . . 1711.26 
Miller of Mansfield, dram. eut. See Dodsley (It.) . . . 1732.'2(l 

Miller of New Jersey. A'ct; Brougham (John) 1772. '22 

Miller's maid. .V.c Saville (J. !■".) 1771.10 

Millet (— ) and 'Wilcox (— ). All at C ; or the caiitive. the coffee, 

and the cocoatiiia. mils, melodiama. /iiLacy. v. 102. 1773.12 
Milliner's holiday, farce. ,SVe Morton (J. M.) .... 17:13.18 
Millingen (J.V.) Bee-hive, mus. farce. 2 acts, /a C. B. T., v. 30. 
Milman (Henry Hart). Anno Boleyii, a dramatic poem. In his 

Poet, works, V. 3. 18:i9 1671.;w 

— Fazio, trag. 5 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 17 1721.14 

Same, /u F. S. D., v. 1 1772.01 

Milner (H. M.| Gambler's fate. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 24. 1772.20 

— Hut of the Red mountain ; or :iO years of a gambler's life, 

drama. 3 acts. /» C. M. T., v. 7 1721.22 

— Masaniello ; or the dumb girl of Portici, mus. drama. 3 acts. 

/»C. M. T.. V. 1 1721.16 

Same. In F. S. D., v. 25 1772.20 

Note. — Ascribed on the title page to ■' G. Milner." 

— Mazeppa, romantic drama. 3 acts. In C. M. T., v. 5. 1721. '20 

.Same. la F. S. D., v. 23 1772.19 

Milton (John). Comus, masque. 3 acts. //( British drama, v, 2, 

1853 1714.10 

Same. /« C. B. T.. v. ;)2 1711.32 

— —Same. /« London stage, v. 2. 1825 173'2.18 

Mimic stage. See Baker (G. M.) p, 61 of Catalogue. . . 1712.17 
Mind your own business, drama. .S'ce Lemon (Mark). . . 1772.12 

Miner'ali (The). See Plunkett (H. G.) 1772.17 

Minna von Barnhelm ; or the soldier's fortune, com. See Les- 

sing (G. E.) Dram, works. 1878 1732.30:1732.10 

Minor (The), com. .S'rc Foote (S.) Works, v. I. 1799. . .1724.18 

Miralda. .S'.r Ballon (M. M.) 1771.'20 

Misanthrope (The), com. See Moliere (J. B. P.) ... 1733.'2S 
Mischief making, interlude. See Buckstone (J. B.) 1721.19 ; 1771.12 

Miser, com. .S.t Fielding (H.) Works, v. 2 6037.20 

Miser (The), com. .S'-c Fielding ( Henry) 1721.02 

Miser (The). .S'ee Moliere (J. B. P.) 17:13.29 ; 19 

Miser (The). See Plautus (M. A.) Comedies, v. 2. 1769. 1741.14 

Miser (The). See Shadwell (T.) 1742.'2;i 

Misers daughter, drama. .Ve Stirling (E.) 1773.09 

Miseries of inforced marriage. ,S'ee Wilkins (G.) . . . 1722.05 
Miss Chester, drama. See Marryal (F.) awl Young (('.L.) 177:1.14 
Miss in her teens, farce. See Garrick (D.) . . 1714.10 ; 1732.18 
Miss Lucy in town. .See Fielding (H.) Works, v. 3. . . 5037. '22 

Miss Sarah Sampson. .S'-e Lessing (G. E.) 17:12,29 

Mistake (The), com. .S'ee Vanbmgh (J.) Dr. works. 1K49. 1744.31 
Mistletoe bough ; or the fatal chest, melodrama. See Somerset 

(O. A.) 1721.27 

Mitford (Mary Russell). Foscari. trag. 5 acts. /« C. B. T., v. 38. 

— Juliau.trag. 5 acts, /n C. B. T.. v. 32 1711.32 

-- Kienzi, trag. .'; acta, /(i C. B, T., v. '24 1711.24 

Same, /it F. S. D., v. ■2'2 1772.19 

Mob cap. See Paul (H.) 1771.07 

Mock-doctor ; or dumb lady cured, com. See Fielding (H.) 5037.21 
Mock-doctor, farce. .See Fielding (llenr.v). . .1714.0.1:1732.18 

Mock doctor (The). See Moliere (J. B. P.) 17:13.20 

Modern antiques : or merry inourners. .S'ee O'KeefTe (John). 

Dramatic works, v. 1. 1798 1734.04 

Modern husband, com. See Fielding (H.) Works, v. 2. 5037.21 
Mogul tale, farce. ,Vee Inchbald (,1/rs. E.) . . 1721.09 ; 173'2.20 
Moliere (J. B. P.) Works. See uiidey Itis name (p. 784 of Cat.) 

— Cheats of Scapiii. Tr. bv T. Otway. In Otway (T.) Works. 

v. 1. 1712 1734.08 

Moll Pitcher. See Jones (J. S.) 1772.22 

Momentous question. See Fitz-Ball (E.) 1772.24 

Moncrieff (W. T) All at Coventry; or love aud laugh, inup. 

farce. 2 acts, /ii C. B. T., v. 33 1711.:l:l 

— The Bashful man. comic drama. 2 acts. In London stage. 

V. 4. 1827 1732. '20 

Same, in C. M. T., V. 15 1721 .:iO 

— Beggar of Cripplegate ; or humours of bluff king Hal. 2 acts. 

In C. M. T.. v. 11 1721.'26 

— Cataract of the Ganges, or the rajah's daughter. 2 acts. In 

C. B. T.. V. XI 1711.;t3 : 1772.19 

— Diamond arrow, com. 1 act. fn C. M. T., v. 10. . . 1721. •2.=i 

— Eugene Aram, drama. 3 acLs. In C. M. T.. v. 10. . 1721.2.'> 

— Giovauni in London ; or the libertine reclaimed. 2 acts. In 

0. B. T. V. 17 1711.17 

. Same. In London stage, v. 3. 1820 1732.19 



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890 



PLAYS : Moncrieff to Murphy. 



Moncrioff (W. T.), cantinwd. 

— Gipsy Jack ; or Napoleou of hiiuiblu life, cxtruv. In C. M. 

T., V. 9 lTi\.-li 

— Jocondo : or festival of tUe Itosiero, luus. com. :t acts. In 

O. M. T., V. 12 ... 1721.27 

— The Lear of private life. 3 acts, /n C. M. T., v. 7. 1721.22 

— Monsieur Touanu, farco. 2 acts. /« 0. B. T., v. 16. . 1711, lu 

Same. In F. M. D.. v. 10 1771.12 

Same. In London slage, v. 3. 1820 1732.1'.) 

— Peslilouco of Mai-seillcs. 3 acts. In C. M. T., v, 11. 1721.20 

— liaveus of Orleans, niiiiauco. 3 acts, /k C.M.T., v. 15. 1721.30 

— KelOrni : or John Bull triumphant, patriotic drama. 1 act. 

In a. M. T., V. 13 1721.28 

— Itocb(!ster ; or king Cliarlcs tho second's merry days, mus. 

comedy. 3 acts. /» 0. M. T., v. 11 1721.26 

— Shakespeare's festival ; or new comedy of errors, drama. 

3 acts. /« O. M. T..V. lU 1721.25 

— Shipwreck of the Medusa ; or tho fatal raft, drama. 3 acts. 

In O. M. T., V. 12 1721.'J7 

— Somnambuhst. 2 acts. In O. B. T., v. 18 1711.18 

— Spectre bridegroom, farce. 2 acts, /n 0. B. T., v. 16. 1711.10 
Same. In F. M. D., v. 24 1771.10 

— Tom and Jerry ; or life in London, operatic extrav. 3 acts. 

In C. B. T.. V. 33 1711.33 

Same. In F. M. D.. v. '20 1771.14 

— Van Dienieu's laud. 3 acts. In C. M. T.. v. 10. . . 1721. '25 

Money, C'<m. Sn- Bulwer-Lytlon (E.) 6 acts 1772.01 

Monk (The). -S'^r Osborn (L.| TraKediea. 1870. . . . 1734.26 
Monsievr D'Olivo, com. .S''-*; Chapman ((I.) Dr. works. v. 1. 1713.'i4 
Monsieur Thomas, A'ee Beaumont (F.) «Jid Fletcher (J.) Works, 

v. 7. 1814 1713.07 

Monsieur Touson. farce. ,v.r Moncrieff |W. T.) 1711.10; 1771.12 

Montanini. com. .S'f' Osborn (L.) 1734.27 

Montcalm, drama, .v,.,. Young (C. L.) 1773.08 

Moore (Edward.) The foundling, com. 5 acta. In London 

stage, v. 3. 1820 1732.19 

— The gamester, i rag. 5 acts, /u Brit, drama, v. 1. 1853. 1714.09 

Same. In F. S, D., v. 2 1772.02 

Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Moore (John). Mad dogs, farce. 1 act. In F, M, D.. v. 23. 1771.15 
Moore (J. George). That blessed baby, farce. 1 act. In F. M. 

D,. V, 10 1771. 0'.l 

More iHauuah). Percy, trag. 5 acts. In British drama, v. 1. 

1853 1714.09 

More blunders than one. farce. .Ve^ Bodwell (T. G.) . . 1771.15 
More dissemblers besides womeu.com. .S'lc Middlelon (T.) 1733.13 

Mormons (The). .S'ce English (T. D.) 1772,21 

Morning call, comedietta. Sn'' Dance (Ch.) 1771,08 

Morose good man, com. See Goldoni (C.) 1725.28 

Morion (Edward). Eton boy, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.,v.20. 1771.17 
Morton (John Maddison). [Plays.] Loiidou and N, Y., n.d. 12°. 
Note. — The plays enumerated below belong, when not 
otherwise stated, to ' French's [late Lacy's] acting edi- 
tion, viz. — 

— The Alabama, nautical extrav. 1 act 1733.16 

— Atchi. comedietta. 1 act 1733.16 

— Attic story, farce. 1 act. In C, B. T,, v. 42. ... 1721.09 

— Aunt Charlotte's maid, farce. 1 act 1733,10 

— Away with melancholy, farce, 1 act 1733.10 

— Betsey Baker, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D,, v. 24. . . 1771.16 

— Box and Cox. 1 act. /7i F. M, D, v, 3 1771,03 

— Brother Ben. farce. 1 act 1733.16 

— Capital match! farce. 1 act 1733.16 

— Catch a v/eazel, farce. 1 act 1733.10 

— Day's fishing, farce. 1 act. /nF. M. D., v. 39. . . 1771.'33 

— Desperate game. com. 1 act 1733,10 

— Done on both aides, farce. 1 act 1733.16 

— Don't judge by appearances, farce, lact 1733.16 

— Double-bedded room, /n F. M, D,. v. 22 1771.15 

— Drawing rooms, second floor, and attics, farce. 1 act. 1733.16 

— Dying for love, comedy. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 33. . 1771.20 

— Euglishman's house is his castle. 1 act 1733.16 

— Fitzsmytlie of Fitzsmythe hall, farce. 1 act. , . . 1733.17 

— Frieud Waggles, farce, 1 act 1733.17 

— From village to coiirt. com. 2 acts 1733.17 

— Game of romps, farce. 1 act 1733.17 

— Going to the Derby, farce. 1 act 1733.17 

— Grimshaw, Bagshaw. and Bradshaw, farce, 1 act. In F. M. 

D,. V. 6 1771.06 

— Hopeless passion, petite com. 1 act 1733.17 

— How stout you're getting, farce. 1 act 1733.17 

— Husband to order, serio comic drama. 2 acts. . . . 1733.17 

— If I had a thousand a year I farce, 1 act 1733,17 

— Irish tiger, farce, lact. //iF. M. D., v. 11. . . .1771.09 

— John Dnbbs, farce. 1 act 1733.17 

— • The king and I.' farce. 1 act 1733.17 

— Lend me five shilliuga, farce. 1 act. In F. S. D.. v. 3. 1772.03 

— Little mother, comic ijiece. 2 acts 1773.01 

— Little savage, farce. 1 act 1733.17 

— Margery Daw ; or tho two bumpkins, farce, lact. . 1733.18 

— Master Jones's birthday, farce. 1 act 1733,18 

— Midnight watch, drama, lact 1733,18 

— MiUinor's holiday, farce. 1 act 1733,18 

— Most unwarrantable intrusion. /;i F. M, D,. v. 30. . 1771,19 

— Muleteer of Toledo, com, 2 acts 1733,18 

— My first fit of the gout, farco, 1 act 1733.18 

— My husband's ghost 1 1 act. /n C. B. T., v. 35. . .1721,02 
Same. In F. M. D., v. 29 1771.18 

— My precious Betsey ! farce. 1 act 1733.18 

■ — My wife's bonnet, farce. 1 act 1733.18 

— My wife's second floor, farce, lact ,*J733.18 

— Newiugton Butts! farce. 2 scenes 1733.18 

-On the slyl farce, lact 1733.18 



— Onr wife, comic drama. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. '26. . 1771.16 

— Pa<:ha of I'imlico. exlravaj^anza. i act 1733.18 

— Poor Pillicoddy, farce, lact. /n F. M. D., v. 27. .1771.17 

— Pouter's wedding, farce, lact 1733,18 

— Piince for an hour, com. I act 1733.18 

— Regular fix. farce. 1 act. In F. M. D,. v. 36. . . . 1771.22 

— Rights and wrongs of women, fart e. lact 1733.18 

— Sent to tho tower, farce, lact. /n F. M. D. . v. '28. .1771.18 

— She wouhl and he wouldn't, com. 2 acts 1733.18 

— Slasher and Crasher, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 4. 1771.04 

— Slice of luck, farce. 1 act 1733.18 

— Steeplechase, farce. 1 act 1733.18 

— ■ Take care of Dowb— ." farce. 1 act 1733. '24 

— Thirty-three next birthday, farce. 1 act 1733.24 

— Three cuckoos, farce. 1 act 1733.24 

— Thumping legacy, farce. 1 act. /» F. M. D, v. 13. 1771,10 

— Ticklish times, farce, 1 act. In F. M, D., v. 32. . 1771.20 

— To Paris and back, for five pounds, farce. 1 act. In F. M. 

D.. V. 10 1771.09 

— Two Bonnycastles. farce. 1 act. InT. M. D., v. 0. . 1771.06 

— The two buzzards ; or whitebait at Greenwich, farce. 1 act. 

/;i F. M. D., V. '24 1771.10: 17 

— Two Puddifoots, farce. 1 act 1733.24 

— Waiting for an omnibus, farce. 1 act 1733. '24 

— Where there's a will there's a way. com. lact. . . 1733. '24 

— Which of tho two? comedietta, lact 1733.'24 

— Who stole the pocket-book, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 30. 

— Who's my husband? farce. 1 act 1733. '24 

— Woman I adore! farce, lact 1733.24 

— Woodcock's liltle game, farce. 2 acts 1733.24 

— Wooing one's wife. larce. 1 act 1733.24 

— Your life's in danger, farce. 1 act 1733. "24 

— and Burnand (F. C.) Cox and Box. 1 act. InT. M. D., v. 41. 
Morton (Thomas). Angel of the attic, serio-comic drama, lact. 

/" F. M. D.. v. 37 1771.22 

— Children in the wood, opera. 2 acts, /n O.B.T., v.l7. 1711.17 
Same, /n F. M. D.. v. 16 177112 

— Curefortheheartache.com. B acts. 7re C.B.T..V.16. 1711.16 
Same. In F. S. D„ v. 2 1772.02 

— Education, com. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 16. ... 1711.10 

— Gotobed Tom. farce. 1 act. In F, M, D.. v. 7. . . 1771.07 

— Inviucibles. mus. larce. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 30. . 1721.03 

— Methinks I see my father, farce. 2 acts. In C,B.T.,v.45. 1721.12 

— Pretty piece of business, com. lact. /?iF.M.D.. v. 10. 1771.09 

— Roland for an Oliver, farce. 2 acts, /n O. B. T., v. 44. 1721.11 
Same, /ii F. M. D., v. 23 1771.15 

— School of reform ; or how to rule a wife, com. 6 acts. In 

C. B. T. 17 1711.17 

Same, In T. S. D., v. '23 1772.19 

— Secretsworthknowing.com. Sacts. /ii C.B,T,.v. 18. 1711.18 

— Seeing Warren, farce, lact. /)i F. M, D.. v. 36. . . 1771.'21 

— Sketches in India, farce. 1 act. In F. S. D.. v. 12. . 1772,12 

— The slave, opera. Sacts. /n C. B. T., v. '22. . . .1711.22 

— Speed the plow. com. Ist Amer. ed. N. Y., 1800. 8°. 1732.04 

Same, /n C. B. T, v. 15 1711.15 

Same. /« F. S. D.. v. 6 1772.06 

— Townaud country, com. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 23. 1711.23 
Same. /?! F. S. D., v. 9 1772.09 

— Way to get married, com. 5 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 20. 1711.20 

— and J, M.) All that glitters is not gold, comic drama. 2 acts. 

/n F. M. D., V. 1771.06 

— Writing on the wall, melodr. 3acts. /n F,S,D„ v, 12. 1772.12 
Most unwarrantable intrusion. .S't^f Morton (J. M.) . . 1771.19 
Mostellaria ; or the haunted house. See Flautus (M. A.) 1742.05 
Mother Bombie, com. See Lyly (J.) Dr, works, v. '2. 1858. 1732.15 
Mother-in-law. See Terentius Afer (P.) 1744.16 ; 1744.14 ; 1744.13 
Mountaineers (The). See Cohnan (Geo.) . . 1721.02 ; 1772.08 
Mourning bride, trag. See Congreve (Wm.) 

Mowatt (Anna Cora). See Ritchie (Anna Cora Mowatt). 
Mr. and Mis. Pringle. comic interlude. ■'<ee Trueba-Cosio (T. de). 
Mr. aud Mrs. Peter White, farce. .See Raymond (U. J.) . 1771.19 
Mr. Anthony, com. See Boyle (R.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1794. 1714.06 
Mr. Buckstoue's ascent of Mt. Parnassus, esti-av. See Planche 

(J. R.) . . . • 1'41,11 

Mr. Buckstoue's voyage round the globe, extrav. See Flanchu 

(J. R) 1741.11 

Mr. de Pourceaugnac, farce. &e Moliere {J. B. P.) Dramalic 

works. V. 3. 1877 1733.29 

Mr. Jofflu's latch key, farce. See Robinson (N.) . . . 1773.16 
Mrs. Caudle's curtain lecture. See Stirhng (E.j . . . 1771.14 

Mrs. Wiggins, farce. .Vf; Allingham (J. T.) 1711.29 

Much ado about a merchaut of Venice. 3 acts. In F. M. D., 

V. 39 1771.23 

Much ado about nothing, com. See Shakspere (Wm.) . 
Much coin much care. Dramatic proverb. In Jameson [Mrs. k.) 

Sketches, v. 3, p. 204 '2533.17 

Mulberry garden, com. See Sedley {Sir C.) 1742.21 

Muleteer of Toledo, com. See Morton (J. M.) .... 1733.18 

Mummy (The), farce. See Bernard (W. B.) 1771.17 

Milnch-Bellinghausen (Elois Franz Joseph, baron von). (' Fried- 
rich Halm.' ).s. ii(,] Ingomar. the barbarian : play. Tr. 
and altered bv Maria Lovell. In C. B. T.. v. 47. . 1721.14 

Same, /n f'. S. D. . v. 12 1772.12 

Murphy (Ai'thur). Works. 7 v. London. 1786. 8°. . . 60a7.U8 
Conlents : v. 1. Traejcdies: Ori>han of China, Zenobia, 
Grecian daughter. Alzuma. 2. Comedies : Apprentice. Up- 
holsterer. Old maid. Citizen, No one's enemy but his own. 
Three weeks after marriage. 3, Comedies : Way to keep 
him. All in the wrong. The Desert Island. 4. Know your 
own mind. School for guardians, Tho choice. News from 
Parnassus. 7. Prologues, Epilogues. Trai/edies ; Rival 
sisters, Armiuius. 



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— All iu tlie wrong, com. 5 acts. In O. B. T., v. 6. . . 1711.0G 
Same. In London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

— Appi'entice (The), farco. 2 acts. In British drama, v. 1. 

1«.")3 nu.O'J 

— The citizou, farco. 2 acts, /n O. B. T., v. 21. . . .1711.24 
Samo. In Oxberry (W.) Now Eugliah drama, v. 11. 

1821 1731.20 

Same. /« London stage, v. 1. 1825. ^ . . . . 1732.17 

— Grecian daugbtor. trag. acts. In O. B. T., v. 25. . 1711.25 
Hamo. /;i British Urauia. V. 1. 1853 1714. 0;> 

— — Samo. 5 acts. /« London stage, v. 3. 18211. . . 1732.1'J 

— Know your own mind, cum. 5 acts. /« 0. B. T., v. 8. 1711.08 
Samo. //I London stage, V. 2. 1825 1732. IS 

— Orphan of China, trag. 5 acts, /n Brit, drama, v. 2. 1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

- — Throe weoka after marriage, com. 2act8. /« O.B.T.,v.44. 1721.11 

Same, /it F. S. D., v. 8 1772.0H 

-Same, /a London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) Now Eugl. drama,v. 9.1821. 1734.18 

— Way to keep him. com. 5 acts, //i 0. B. T., v. 3. . 1711.03 

Same. In British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Samo. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 J.732.17 

Same. /;i Oxberry (W.) New Engl, dr., v. 3. 1818.1734.12 

Murray (Wm.) Cramuud Brig, drama. 2 acts. In O. B. T., v. 4fi. 

— No I farce. 1 act. /n 0. M. T., v. 5 1721.20 

Same. In F. U. D., v. 15 1771.11 

Musard ball, extrav. *e Brougham (.lohu) 1771.14 

Muses' looking-glass. &e Randolph (T.) . . 1741.24 ; 1722.011 
Muskerry (Wm.) Atonement, drama. 4 acts. /7iLacy,v.l04.1773.14 
Mustapha, trag. .Set: Boyle (R.) Dram, works, v. 1. 1739. 1714. Or» 

Mutiny at the Nore. See Jerrold (Douglas) 1721.20 

My aunt, com. See Arnold (S. J.) 1771.23 

My daughter, sir I farce. .SVe Plancho (J. K.) . . . .1721.04 

My follow clerk, farce. See Oxenford (J.) 1771.16 

My first fit of gout, farce. See Morton (J. IM.) . , . .1733.18 
My friend Thompson, farco. See Barclay (J. B.) . , . 1721.27 
My grandmother, musical farce. ,^t;e Hoare (P.) . . .1711.27 

My groat aunt, com. &e Plancho (J. K.) 1741.11 

My hcarfs idol, com. See Plancho (J. K.) 1741.11 

My husband's ghost I farco. .S.e Morion (J. M.) , . .1771.18 
My husband's ghostl farce, .^ee Morton (J. M.) . . .1721.02 
My husbaud's mirror. .SVe Clapp (W. W..j>.) . . . .1771.17 
My hirsband's secret, farce, i'ee Whitty (W. D.) . . . .1773.12 
Mylordandmylady.com. .fc- Plancho (J. R.) . . .1741.11 

My neighbor's wife, farce. See Bunn (Alfred) 1771. 0'.t 

My old woman, musical com. .S'ee Macfarren (G.) . . , 1721.1(1 
My Poll and my partner Joe. See Haines (J. T.) ... 1721.24 
My precious Betsey, farce. Sec Morton (J. M) . . . .1733.18 

My sister from India, farce. See Selby (C.) 1773.18 

My sou Diana, farce. See Harris iX.) 1771.10 

My spouse and I, operatic farce. See Dibdin(C.) 1721.03; 1732. '20 
My uncle's will, comedietta. .SVe Smith (S. T.) . . . .1773.10 
My very last proposal, farce. .SVe Phipps (A. J.) . . .1773.12 

My wile ! what wile ? farce. .S'ee Poole (John) 1773.00 

My wife's baby, farce. See Hughes (F.) 1773.07 

My wile's bonnet, farce. ,*'e Morton (J. M.I 1733.18 

My wife's husband, farce. *e Challis (H. W.) 1721.25 j 1771.12 

My wife's mirror, com. See "Wilkins (G. P.) 1771.10 

My wife's second floor, farce. See Morton (J. M.) . . . 1733.18 
My young wife and my old umbrella. .SVe Webster (B.) 1771.17 
Mydas. See Lyly (J.) Dram, works, v. 2. 18.58. . . .1732.15 
Myrrha. .S'e.' Alfleri (V.) Tragedies, v. 3. 1815. . . . 1712.12 
Mysterious husband, trag. -SVe Cumberland (R.) . . .1732.19 
Nabbes (Thomas). Microcosmus, mastjue. 5 acts. In Dodsley 

(J.) Old plays, v. 9. 1780 17'22.U9 

Nabob (The), com. See Foote (S.) Works, v. 2. 1790. . 1724.19 

Nabob for an houi-, farce. .S'ee Poole (J.) 1773.18 

Naiad queeu. See Dalrymple (J. S.) 1772.27 

Nanine. com. See 'Voltaire (F. M. A. del. Dr. works, v. 2. 1744.22 
Narcisse the vajjrant. trag. 5 acts. See Schtinberg (J.) . 1773.17 
Nathan the wise. See Lessing ((i. E.) . . . 1732.29:1732.11 
Nature and philosophy, farce- 1 act. InF. M. D.,v. 24. 1771.16 
Nature's nobleman, com. .S'ee Pardey (U. O.) .... 1772.13 

Naval eugagemeuts, com. See Dance (0.) 1771.04 

Neighbor -Jackwood. .See Trowbridge (.1. T.) 1772.20 

Nell Gwynue, com. .S'ee Jerrold (1>.) Writings, v. 8. 1854. 1725.25 

Neptune's defeat. .SVe Brougham (John) 1771.14 

Nereid's love. See Lyndsay (H.l Dramas. 1822.. . .1732.23 

Nero. hist. play. .S'ee Story (Win. W.) 1743.27 

Nero, hist. trag. See Stephens (Q.) Dramas, v. 1. 1S4G. 1743.24 

Nervous man. farce. See Bernard (W. B.) 1772.05 

Netley abbey, operatic farce. .SVe Pearce (W.) .... 1721.05 
Nettlewig hall ; or ten to one. mus. farce. .SVe Westmacott (CM.) 
Never reckon your chickens, etc., farce. See Reeve (W.) 1773.05 
New academy. .*e Brome (K.) Dr. works, v. 2. 1873. . 1713.21 
New customs. 3 acts, /n Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 1. 1722.01 
New footman, burlotta. .S'ee Selby (Chas). . 1771.01 ; 1773.03 
New inu (The). See Jonson (Ben). Works. 1853. . . 1725.27 
New way to pay old debts. .SVe Massinger (P.) 1735.02 ; 1733.08 

Newington Butts, farce. .S'ee Morton (J. M.) 1733.18 

News from Parnassus, com. .S'-e Murphy (.\.) Works, v. 4. 5057.11 
News from Plymouth. .See D'Avenant (W.) Dram, works, v. 4. 

1873 1722.25 

Nice valour ; or the passionate madman. See Beamnont (F.) 

and Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 10 1713.10 

Nicholas Nicldeby, farco. See Stirling (E.) 1771.'20 

Nick of the woods. .See Medina (j1/i"s,s L. H.) 1772,25 

Nick Whiffles, drama. .See Robinson (J. H.) 1772.30 

Night and morning. .See Brougham (John) 1772.17 

Night walker ; or the little thief. See Beaumont (F.) and 

Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 11. 1846 1713.11 

No! operetta. See Murray (Wm.) 1721.20 ; 1771.11 



No one's onomy but his own, com. Sec Murphy (A.) Works 

"• ^ .5057 09 

No song, no supper, mus. ent. .See Hoare (P.) . . . 171 1 'ei 
No thoroughfare (Identity ; or). .SVe Lcquol (L.) . . ! 1772!3U 

^° {iKdpJ '""■ '' woman's, com. .S.e Middleton (T.) Works, 

V. 5. 1840 173.J |r, 

Noble exile. .S.e Paulding (J. K.) Aiiier. coinodies', 1817. 173l':;() 
Noble goutloman. .See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works 

V. 10. 1840 '.'. 171:110 

Noble heart. .S.e Lewes (O. H.) 1772 "8 

Non-juror (The), com. S.e Gibber (C.) Dr. works', v. 3. 1713 '29 

Norah Croina. .Sec Stirling (E.) 1771 17 

Norman Maurice, trag. .S'.eSimms(W.O.) l'.,ot. works.v. 1.1085 11 
Norlhall (W. K.) Macbeth, travestio. In F. M. D.. v. ,';. 1771 05 
Northern laSKc, com. .See Brome (It.) Dr. works, v. :i, 1873. 1713''22 
Northward hoe. S.;e Dekker(T.) ami Webster (I.) 1722.20- 1744 24 

Not a bad judge. .See Plancho (J. R.| .1772 28 

Not at all jealous, farce. .S'.-e Robertson (T. W.) . . . 1773 01 
Nota (Alberto). First steps to folly, com. 5 acts. In Italian 

comedies, 1849 17.25 .^g 

— The projector, com. 5 acts, /n Italian com. i 1849. '. 1725 '28 

Nothing to nurse. .See Walcot (C. M.) 1771 12 

Notoriety, com. .S.e Reynolds (F.) 171120 

Novella (The), com. .See Brome (R.) Dr. works, v. 1, 1773, 1713^20 
Number one, round the corner. .S.e Brough (W.) . . . 1771.16 
Number 6 Duko street, farce. .See Becher (.'ilartiu). '. 1773 03 

Oath of offlce, trag. .See Cannon (C. J.) 1857 1714,29 

Oberon ; or the charmed horn, fairy talc. 2 acta. /« C B T 

V- IS 1711,13' 

Object ot interest. See Stocqueler (J. 11.) 1771.16 

Obliging a friend, farce. .See Reeve (W.) 1773.08 

O'Brien (Fitzjames). Cross purposes, torce. 2 acts. In Lon- 
don stage, V. 2, 1825 1732.18 

— Geutlenuan from Ireland, com. 2acts. /«F.M.D..v. '20. 177i!l4 
Obstinate family, farce. From the German. In F, M D., 

v. 38 1771.23 

Obstinate Lady, com. .See Cokain (.Sir A.) Dr. works, 1874. 171:il:"il 
O'Caliaghan (P. P.) Married bachol.ir ; or master and inau, 

comic piece. 1 act. In C. M. T., v. 10 1721 2.5 

Same. /« F. M. D., v. 18 1771.13 

Ocean of life ; or every inch a sailor. See Haines (J. T.) 1721.28 

Octavia. .See Alfieri (V.) Tragedies, v. 2, 1815 1712.11 

Octavia Bragaldi. trag. .See Kemble (P. A.) 1863. . . . 1731.18 

Octoroon. See Boucicault Dion) 1722.00 

Odd mistake, com. See Goldoni (C.) 1725.28 

CEdipus, trag. .s.e Dryden iJ.) Works, v. 6 5042.19 

CEdipus, trag. .Sec 'Voltaire (F. JI. A. do). Dr. works, v. 1. 1744.21 
CEdipus at Colonus. .S, .: Sophocles. Tragedies. 1743.19 ; 1744.02 
CEdipus the king. See Sophocles. Tragedies. 1743.19 : 1743.21 
CEsop. com. .See Vanbrugh (J.) Dr. works. 1819. . . 1744.31 
Of age to-morrow, mus. out. .See Dibdin (T.) .... 1721,10 
O'Hara(Kaue). Midas, biiiletta. /k Brit, drama, v. 1. 1853. 1714.09 

Same. In O. B. T.. v. 12 1711.12 

— ■ — Samo. In London stage, v. 1. 182.5 1732.17 

— Tom Thumb the groat, burlesque. In Brit. dr..v.l. 1853. 1714.09 
Same. /« C. B. T., v. 23 1711.23 

— Two misers, mus. ent. 2 acts, /n London stage, v. 3. 1732.19 
Oehlenschlaeger (Adam). .See entries onp. 825 0/ Catalogue. 
O'Keeffe (John). Dramatic works. 4 v. L., 1798. 8°. . 1734.04 

Note. — For Contents see p. 825 of Catalogue, 

— Agreeable surprise, com, opera. 2 acts. 5th ed. London 

1796. S' 1731.31 

Same, /n C. B. T., v. 31 1711.31 

— Castle of Andalusia, comic opera. 3 art-. /.. C. B. T.. v. ;(2. 

— The farmer, mus. farce. 2 acts. In C. B, T.. v. 27. . 1711.27 

— Foutaiu[e]bleau, comic opera. 3 acts, /.i C,B.T.,v.32. 1711. :i2 

— Highland reel, mus. farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 18. 1711.18 

— Moderu antiques : or the merry mourners, farce. 2 acts. 

/Ji C. B. T.. v. 29 1711.2'J 

— Peeping Tom of Coventry, mus. farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T., 

v. 31 1711.:il 

— Poor soldier, mus. farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 20. 1711.20 

— Prisoner at large, com. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 26. , 1711.28 

— Son-in-law, comic opera. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 31. 1711.31 

— Sprigs of laurel, mus. farce. 2 acts. //( C. B. T.. v. 39. 1721.06 

— Wild oats ; or the strolling gentleman, com. 5 acts. In O. 

B. T., v, 34 1721.01 

Same. In F. S. D.. v. 31 1772.'23 

Samo. In Oxberry (W.) Now Engl, dr., v. 12. 1821. 1734.21 

— Young quaker. com. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 37. . . 1721.04 
Old and young, com. .See Salmon (J.) .... 1772.20 ; 17il.;lO 
Old bachelor, com. .S'.e Uongreve (W.) . . . 1714.17; 1744. :il 

Old couple, com. .See May (rh.) 1722.10 

Old Fortuuatus. com. .S.e Dekker (T.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1873. 1722.18 

Old guard, drama. 1 act. In F.M D.. v. 4 1771.04 

Old heads and young hearts, com. .S.e Boucicault (Dion.) 1772.08 
Old law. /n Massinger (P.) Dram, works. 1851. . . .1735.02 

Same. In Middleton (T.) Works, v. 1. 1810. . 1733.11 

Old maid (The), com. .S.e Lessing (tt. E.) Dr. works. 1878.173-2.30 

01dmaid.com. .See Muruhy (A.) Works, v. 2 5057.09 

Old maids, com. See Knowles (J. S.) . . . . 1732.05 ; 1732.07 

Old m.an (An), drama. .See Reece (R) 1773.18 

Old man taught wisdom, com. See Fielding (H.) Works, v.3. 5037.22 
Old regimeutals, hist, drama. See Bernard (W. B.) . . 1711.33 
Old score (An), comedy-drama. See Gilbert iW. S.I . .1773.18 
Olio : or speaker's compauiou, 3 parts. /uF. M. D., v. 35. 1771.21 

Oliver Twist. See Almar (Geo.) 1772.-22 

Olympic revels : or Prometheus and Pandora, burlotta. Sec 

Planche (J. E.) and Dance (CI 1741.12 

Omnibus, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 4 1771.04 

On guard, com. See Gilbert (W. S.) 1773.08 



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PLAYS: On the Clyde lu Phillips. 



On tbo Clyde, drama. *■« Scott (W. S.) 1773.17 

On the Biy. farce. *■« Morton (J. M.) 173;).m 

One i"iit l.T two BUitB. *« Walcot (O. M.l 1771.11 

One o'l-lorU I operatic romauce. .SVe Lewie (M. G.J . . 1711.32 

One too iiianv. farce. .V« Hyan (U. I..| 1773.07 

One toiuli or nature. .SVe Webster (K.) 177J.22 

One. two. Ihiee. lour, live; by advertisonieut, mUB. cat. In C. 

B. T., V.31 1711 31 

O'Neal i\n- (ji-eat. .S'<v Clarke (N. H. B.) 1772.29 

O'Neill il. U.) Aladdin ; or tbe wouderful lamp, cxtrav. 1 act. 

/« C. B. T.. V. 48 1721.15 

— Ali Bal)a ; or forty tiiioveH, extrav. 2 ai-ts. In C. B. T., v. 48. 

— Optical delusion, farce. 1 act. In 0. B. T.. v. 48. . 1721.15 
Only a poiiuy-a-liuerl comedietta. Sr*- Lyste (11. P.I . 1773.10 
Open bouBO ; or tbe twin sisters, farce. 2 acts. In 0. B. T., 

V. 31 1711.31 

Opportunity (Tlic). com. .Vm Shirley (J.) Dr. worllB, v. 3. 1743.05 

Opposite iiii«libor8, farce. .Vic Paul (.1. H.) 1771.13 

Optical dilumoii. farce. .S'f O'Neill (I. B.) 1721.15 

Orange If-e aud tbe humble bee. extrav. 5(?e Byron {H. J.) 1773.03 
Orators (Tbi-l. com. .Sc- Foote |.S.) Works, v. 1. 17'J'J. .1724.18 

Ordinary (Ibc), com. .S'. .■ Cartwright (W.) 17'22.10 

Orestes, .v.v Alfleri (V.I TraKedies. v. 1. 1816. . . . 1712.10 
Orestes. .V.i' Euripides (p. 4.W of Catalogue). 

Orestes HI A igos. trag. .V-e Bayley (P.) 1711.12 

Orlando Furioso. See Greene (K.j Dr. works, v. 1. 1831. 1725.04 
Oroonoko. trag. See Southern (T.) . . 1714.09: 1711, 2.1; 1732.18 
Orphan Criie), or the mibappy marriage. Sec Otway (T.) 
Orphan of Chiua, trag. .S'.c Murphy (A.) 5057.08 ; 1714.10 ; 1732.18 

Orra. tnig. See BailUe (J.) Works. 1851 1712.22 

Osorio. tragedy. See Coleridge (S. T.) 1714.30 

Ossawattomie Brown. .V..- Swayze [Mrs. J. 0.) . . . . 1772.22 
Othello, trag. See Sbakspere (William). 

Otto of Wittelsbach, trag. See Babo (J. M.) 1724.24 

Otway ('I'bomas). Works. 2 v. London, 1712. 18°. . . 1734.09 
Contents : v. 1. Alcibiades. Don Carlos. Titus and 

Bereuice. Cheats of Scapiu. Frieudaliip in fashion. Tbe 

soldier's fortune. 2. The atheist. The orphan. Caiua 

MaiiuB. Venice preserved. 

— Cheats of Scapin, com. 3 acts. /« London stage, v. 4. 1732.20 

— Tbe orphan ; or tbe unhappy marriage, trag. 5 acts. In 

British drama, v. 1. 1853 1714.09 

Same. In London stage, v. 2. 18'20 1732.19 

— Venice preserved, trag. 5 acts, /n 0. B. T., v. 2. .1711.02 

Same, /n British drama, v. 1. 1853 1714.09 

Same. /iiF. S. D., v. 3 1772.03 

Same, //i Oxberry (W.) New Engl, dr., v. 4. 1818. 1734.13 

Ouhta the serf, trag. See Helps (Arthur) 1725.06 

Oulton(W. C.) Sleep-walker, farce. 2acta. L., 181'2. 8°. 1731.31 

Same. In C. B. T.. v. 11 1711.11 

Our bitterest foe. drama. See Herbert (tt. C.) . . . . 1773.18 

Our gal, farce. .5ce Johnson (S. D.) 1771.09 

Our Jeiuimy. farce. .S'.'^ Conway (H. J.) 1771.10 

Our Nelly, drama. See Craven (11. T.) 1773.18 

Ourpet.com. See Edwards (C.) 1773.15 

Our village ; or tbe lost ship. .%e Rede (L.) 1721.31 

Our wife, comic drama. See Morton (-1. M.) 1771.16 

Out of the frying pau, com. See Toft (P.) 1773.06 

Out to iiuisel farce. See WilUams (T. J.) 1771.20 

Ovid. trag. See Ookain (.S'lr A.) Dram, works. 1874. . 1713.31 
Oxberry (Wm. Henry). Matteo Falcone, melodr. 1 act. In F. 

M. D., v. 24 1771. IG 

Oxenford (John). .Adrienne, the actress. 3 acts. In F. S. D.. 
V. 26 1772.21 

— Doctor Dilworth, farce. 1 act. /n F. M. D.. v. 32. .1771.20 

— Down ill a balloon, farce. 1 act. //i. Lacy, v. 92. . . 1773.02 

— Family failing, farce. 1 act. /Ji F. M. D., v. 28. . .1771.18 

— My fellow clerk, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 25. . . 1771.16 

— Waltz by Arditi, farce. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 101. . . . 1773.11 
P.P., or tbe man and the tiger, See Parry (T.) .... 1771.09 
Pacha of Pimlico. farcical extrav. See Morton (J. M.) . 1733.18 

Paddy Carey. See Power (T.) 1771.08 

Paddy tbe piper. .Vee Pilgrim (J.) 1771.t)8 

Padlock (The), comic opera. See Bickerslaff (I.) . . . 1714.09 

Painless dentistry, farce. See Becher (M.) 1773.16 

Painter of lihent. .See Jerrold (D.) Writiugs, v. 8. 1854. 1725.25 
Palace of truth, com. See Gilbert (W. S.) Orig. plays. 1876. 1724..34 
Palmer ( l'. A.) Among tbe relics, com. 3 acts. In Lacy, v ICs. 

— Dodge for a dinner, farce. 1 act. In Lacy. v. 100. . 1773.10 

— East Lyuue, drama. 4 acts. In Lacy, v. 103. . . . 1773.13 

— Last life, drama. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 103 1773.13 

— Rely on my discretiou. farce In Lacy, v. 106. . . . 1773. li". 
Pandosto. llistorie of Dorastus aud Fawnia. See Greene (R.) 

Panel (The), com. See Kemble (J. P.) 1732.20 

Papal tyranny in the reign of King John, trag. See Gibber (C.) 

Dr. works, v. 4. 1760 17'.3.30 

Paphian biiwer ; or Venus and Adonis, burlesque. See Planche 

(,I. K,)a»c( Dance (C.) 1741.12 

Paquita ; or love iu a frame, comic opera. See Reece (K.) 1773.04 
Parasilaster, or the fawne. See Marston (John). . . . 1733.03 
Parasite (The). .Vre Plautus (M. A.) Com., v. 4. 1772. .1741.16 
Pardey (lieiiry Cake). Nature's nobleman, com. 5 acts. In F. 

S. D.. V. 13 1772.13 

Pardoner (Tbe) and the frere, interlude. .Vee Heywood(J.) 1724.20 
Paris and Loudon : burletta. See Planche (J. It.) . . . 1721.18 
Parliament of love. See Massinger (P.) Dr. works. 1851. 1735.02 
Parry ( Toin). P. P.. or the man aud tbe tiger, farce. 1 act. In 

F M. D.. V. 11 1771.09 

Parson's wedding, com. .Vee Killegrew (T.) 1722.11 

Parted, com. drama. See Reeve (W.) 1773.17 

Partners for life, com. See Byron (H. J.) 1773.18 

Pas de fascination, farce. .S'ee Coyne (J. S.) 1771.21 



Passing cloud. See Bernard (B.) 1772.11 

Passionate madman (Nice valour : or the). See Beaiunont (F.) 

ai,d Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 10. 1S46 1713.10 

Past aud present ; or hidden treasure. ,Vee Poole (.1.) . 1773.06 
Past ten o'clock, and a rainy night, farce. .S'ee Dibdin (T.) 172i.05 
Patient tiriBsell, com. ,Vee Dekker (T.) "«'/e//ie/.i. , . . 1756.06 
Patrician's daughter, trag. .S'ee Marston (J. W.) . . . 1772. '24 
Patron (The), com. .S'ee Foole (H.) Works, v. 1. 1799. .1724.18 
Paul (Johu Howard). Lucky hit. com. 1 act. /« F. M. D.. v. 32. 

— 3\Iob cap ; or love's disguises. 2 actt*. /n F. M D., v. 7. 1771.07 

— (Opposite neighbors, farce. 1 act. hi F. M. D.. v. 19. 1771.13 

Paul aud Virginia, mus. ent. .S'ee Cobb (.1.) 1732.20 

Paul Clitl'onl.liighwaymau of 1770; drama. .S'ee Webster (B.) 1721.21 

Paul .loiies. melodrama, .s'ee Dibdin (T.) 1721.17 

Paul Pry, com. See Poole (John) 1772.10 

Paul tbe pilot. .See Greenwood (T.) 1721 30 

Paul the poacher ; domestic drama. See Elton (E. W.) . 1721.26 
Paulding (James K. and Wiu. I.) Amer. comedies. Ph., 1847. 16". 
Pauvre (Le) Jacipies, vaudeville. See Ryan (It.) .... 1721.25 

Pauvrette. .S'ee Boucicault (Diou) 1772.22 

Pauhon (Joseph and Harry). Three musket-dears and a little 

one in, militJiry burlesque. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 95. 1773,05 

Pawnbroker's daughter. In Lamb ((^) Eliaua 2535.03 

Payable at sight : or chaste salute. .S'ee Ebsworth (J/r.f.) 1721. '29 
Payne (Johu Howard). Ali Piicha ; or the eigm-t-riug. melo- 
drama. 2 acts. /kO. B. T., V. II 1711.11 

— Brutus ; or tbe fall of Tarquiu, trag. 6 acts. In C. B. T., 

* V. 11 1711.11 

Same. /« F. S. D., v. 7 1772.07 

— Charles ll. ; or the merry monarch, com. 2 acts. In O. B. 

T., V. 9 1711.09 

Same. /» F. S. D.. v. 3 1772.03 

— Clari ;orthemaidof Milan, opera. 2 a. /« O. B.T..V.24. 1711.24 
Same. In F. S. D., v. 33 1772.24 

— Lancers, interlude. 1 act. /n C. B. T.. v. 19. . . . 1711.19 

— Love in humble life, petite com. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 15. 

— 'i'herese, the oriihau of Geneva, drama. 3 acts. In C. B. T., 

V. 40 1721.07 

Same. /« F. S. D.. v. 14 1772.14 

— Twogalley slaves, melodrama. 2 acts. /;i C.B.T.. v. 10. 1711.10 
Peace. .S'ee Aristophanes. Comedies (p. 36 of Catalogue). 
Peace at any price, farce. .S'ee Robertson (T. W.) . . . 1773.05 
Peake (Richard Briusley). Amateurs aud actors, musical farce. 

2 acts. /« C. B. T.. V. 16 1711.16 

Same, /n F. M. D., v. 20 1771.14 

— Comfortable lodgings ; or Paris in 1750, farce. 2 acts. In C. 

B. T., v. 29 1711.29 

— Court and city, com. 5 acts, /h C. B. T., v. 42. . . 1721.09 

— The Duel ; or my two nephews, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 22. 

— Haunted iun. farce. 2 acts, /re O. B. T.. v. 30. . . . 1711.:)0 

— Hundred pound note, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 34. 1721.01 
— ■ Master's rival ; or day at Boulogne, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. 

T., v. 2'2 171l.'J2 

Same, /ii Lacy. v. 94 1773.04 

— Ten thousand a year, drama. 3 acts. In C.M.T., v. 16. 1721.31 

— Uncle Rip, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 42. ... 1721.09 
Pearce (Wm.) Hartford bridge ; or tbe skirts of tbe camp, 

operatic farce. 2 acts. /« C. B. T., v. 30 1711.30 

— Netley abbey, operatic farce. 2 acts. 7« C. B. T., v. 38. 1721.05 

Pearl of Savoy. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 43 1772.29 

Peasant boy, opera. See Dimond (W.) 1721.07 

Pedlar's acre ; or wife of seven husbands, drama. .S'ee Almar (G.) 

Peep o'day, drama. See Falconer (E.) 1772.30 

Peeping Tom of Coventry, mus. farce. .S'ee O'Keeffe (J.) 1711.31 
Penley(S.) Sleeping-draught, farce. 2 acts. In C.B.T.. v. 29.1711. 29 

People's lawyer, com. See Jones (J. S.| 1772. "23 

Percy, trag. .See More (Hannah) 1714.09 

Percys masque, .s'ee Hillhouse (J. .\.) Dramas, v. 1. .1725.14 
Perfection ; or tbe lady ot Muuster, comedietta, .v..- Bayly (T. H.) 
Perjured husband ; or adventures of Venice, trag. See Centlirre 

(-1/rs. S.) 1714.25 

Perkin Warbeck. .See Ford (J.) 1831. Dr. works. 1735.02; 1724.13 
Ferplex'd lovers, com. .S'ee CentUvre {Mrs. S.) Dramatic works, 

v. 2. 1872 1714.26 

Persa ; the Persian. See Flaums (M. A.) Comedies, v. 2. 1742.05 

Persecuted Dutchman, farce. .S'ee Barry (S.) 1771.13 

Persian (Tbe). See Plautus (M. A.) Comedies, v. 5. 1774. 1741.17 
Persians (The). .S'ee iEschylus (p. 5 of Calalogue). 
Personation; or fairly taken in. .S'ee Kemble {.Vr*. C.) . 1711.32 
Pestilence of Marseilles, melodrama, .sve Moncrieff(W.T.) 1721. '26 
Pet of tbe petticoats, opera. .Vee Buckstone (J. B.) . . 1771.19 
Peter Wilkius, milodrama. 2 acts, /re F. S. D., v. 19. .1772.17 

Peveril of the peak. .See Fitz-Ball (E.j 1721.20 

Phantom (The), trag. .s' • Baillie (J.) Works. 1851.. . 1712.'22 

Phantom (Tbe). .S'ee Boucicault (Uion) 1772.18 

Phantom breakfast! larce. .S'ee Selby (C.) 1773.11 

Phenomenon iu a smock frock. .S'.e Brough (W.) . . . 1771.13 
Philaster. See Beaumont F.) ond Fletcher (J) Works.v. 1. 1713.01 

Philip. .See Alfieri(V.) Tragedies, v. 1. 1815 1712.10 

Philip Basil ; or a poet's fate. trag. See Stephens (G.) Dramas. 

v. 2. 1846 1743.25 

Phihp Van Artevelde. See Taylor (H.) . . . 1744.10 ; 1692.32 
PhilUps {Mrs. Alfred). Caught iu bis own trajj, comedietta. 

1 act. In Lacy. v. 105 1773.15 

Phillips (Ambrose). Distressed mother, trag. In British drama, 

v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 4. 18'27 1732. '20 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl, drama, v. 5. 1821. 1734.14 

Philhps (F.) Tramp's adveuture ; or true to the last, drama. 

2 acts. In Lacy, v. 105 1773.15 

Phillips (Jonas B.) Evil eye, melodrama. 2 acts. In F. M. D., 

V. 17 1771.12 



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Phillips (Watts). Camilla's huaband. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 41. 
Philoctetes. AV« Sophocles, gouoral alphabet. 

Philotas. AVr Lessing (G. E.) . . * 17:t2.2^ 

Phipps (A. J.) My very last proposal, farco. 1 act. /n Lacy, v. 102. 

— Pretty prediramcuts, mrco. 1 at't. Tn Lacy. v. 10'.). . 1773.1'.) 
Phceniclan virgius. .See Euripides (p. -iriO of Catalofjue). 
Phcenix (The). AW Middleton (T) Works, v. 1. 1840. . 1733.11 
Phormio ; or tho scheming parasites. .Vp-: Terentius Afer (P.) 

Piccolomini (The). ,SV'- Schiller (J. C. F. vou) Iii;j3.15 

Pictuic (The). AVc Massinger (P.) Dram, works. 1851. 1735.02 
Picture (The). .SVr Massinger (P.) Piay.s. v. 2. 1831. . 1733.07 
Pilgrim (Jainos). Eveleeu Wilsou. 3aet.s. iwF.S.D.. v. 40. 1772.28 

— Katty O'Sheal, farce. 2 acts. In F. M. D.. v. 37. . . 1771.22 

— Limerick boy, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v, 2:{. , . 1771.15 

— Paddy the piper, comic drama. 1 act. //tF.M.D.. v.8. 1771.08 

— Robert Emmet. 3 acts. /?t F. S. D.. v. 37 1772 26 

— Servants by legacy, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 33. 1771.20 

— Shuudy Magiiiro. 2 acts. Jn F. S. D.. v. 31. ... 1772.23 

— Wild Irish girl. 3 acls. In F. S. D.. v. 42 1772.29 

Pilgrim (The). AVr Beaumont (F.) ami Fletcher (J.) . . 1713.08 
Pilon (Frederick). Deaf lover, farce. 2 acts. M London stage, 

v. 3. 182(J 1732.10 

— He would bo a soldier, com. 5 ait-s. Brit, drama, v. 2. 1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 3. 1M2i. 1732.19 

Pilot (The), nautical burletta. AVe Fitz-Ball (E.) .... 1721.16 

Pirate of the isles. Sve Clarke (N. H. B.) 1772.29 

Pirate's legacy. .SV«' Saunders (('. H.) 1772.28 

Pitt (George Dibdiii). Drunkard's doom ; or the last nail, di'ama. 

2 acts. 7u F. S. D., V. 44 1772.30 

— Eddystone elf, melodrama. 2 acts. Tn C. M. T., v. 10. 1721.25 

— Last mau ; or miser of Eltham Green. 2 acts. In F. S. D., 

V. 35 1772.25 

— Marianne, child of charity, 3 acts. In O. M. T., v. 16. 1721.31 

— Susan Hopley. 3 acts. In G. M. T., v. HI. • . . . 1721.31 
■ — The whistler ; or the fate of the lily of St. Leonard's. 3 acts. 

//I Lacy. v. 1)7 1773.07 

Pizarro, trag. s.-r Kotzebue (A. F. F. von). 

Plague of darkness, and the last plague of Egypt. AVc Lyndsay 

(D.) Dramas, 1822 1732.23 

Plague of my life 1 farce. .Sfe Daveau (I.) 1773.14 

Plain dealer, com. 5te Wycherley (W.) Dr. works. 1849. 1744.31 
Planche {Mrs. Eliza). Pleasant neighbor, farce. 1 act. In F. M. 

D., V. 8 1771.08 

Planche (James Robinson). Amoroso, king of little Britain, op- 
eratic interlude. 1 act. In O. B. T.. v. 43. . . . 1721.10 

— Beauty and the beast, fairy extrav. 2 acts. In F. M. D., 

v. 2 1771.02 

— Birds of Aristophanes. 1 act. /^tLacy'sPl. . . .1741.0'.) 

— The brigand. 2 acts. In O. B. T., v. 24 1711.24 

Same. In F. S- D., v. 24 1772.20 

— Cabinet question, com. lact. yuLacy'sPJ. . . .1741.01) 

— Camp at the Olympic, extrav. 1 act. hi Lacy's PI. 1741.09 

— Captain of the watch, furce. 1 act. In F M. D., v. 2. 1771.02 

— Charles xii., hist, drama. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 25. 1711.25 
Same. 2 acts. In F. S. D.. v. (i 1772.06 

— Child of the wreck, melodrama. 2 acts. In Lacy's PI. 1741.09 

— Court beauties, dr. sketch, lact. /k Lacy's PI. . . 1741.09 

— Cymon and Iphigeuia, com. lact. /wLacy'sPl. . . 1741.09 

— Daughter to marry, comedietta, lact. /u Lacy's PI. 1741.09 

— Day of reckoning, drama. 3 acts. In Lacy's PI. . . 1741.09 

— Discreet jirincess ; or the tUree glass distafls, fairy extrav. 

lact. //(Lacy's PI 1741.09 

— Drama at home, extrav. 2acts. In Lacy's PI. . . . 1741.09 

— Faint heart never won fuirlady, com. 1 act. In F. S. D., 

V. 6 177-J.ot; 

— Fair one with the golden locks, fairy extrav. 1 act. In 

Lacy's PI 1741.10 

— Follies of a night, vaudeville com. 2 acts. In F. S. D., 

V. 1772.0ii 

— Fortunio, and his seven gifted servants, fairy extrav. 2 acts. 

/« Lacy's PI 1741.10 

— Garrick fever, farce. 1 act. In Lacy's PI 1741.10 

— Golden branch, fairy extrav. 2 acts, /k Lacy's PI. . 1741.10 

— Golden fleece, fairy extrav. 2 pts. In Lacy's PI. . 1741.10 
— Good woman in the wood, fairy extrav. 2 acts. In Lacy's 

PI 1741.10 

— - Graciosa and Perciuet, fairy extrav. lact. /"Lacy'sPl. 1741.10 

— Green-eyed monster, com.* 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 21. 1711.21 

— Gristto the mill, comic drama. 2 acts. /uF.S.D.,v. 33. 1772.24 

— Hold your tongue, com. 1 act. In Lacy's Fl. . . . 1741.10 

— Invisible prince, fairy extrav. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 1. 1771.01 
- — Irish post, comic drama. 2 acts. In F. M. D., v. 11. 1771.09 

— Island of jewels, fairy extrav. /uLacy'sPl 1741.10 

-— Jacobite, comic drama. 2 acts. In F. M. D., v. 3. . 1771.03 

— The Jenkinses, farce, lact. /ri Lacy's PI 1741.10 

— King Charming, extrav. 2 acts. In F. M. D., v. 9. . 1771.08 

— King Christmas. In Lacy's PI 1773.05 

— King of the peacocks, fairy extrav. 2acts. /uLacy'sPl. 1741.11 

— Knights of the round table, drama. 5 acts. In Lacy's 

PI 1741.11 

— Ladyindithculties.com. 2act8. //i Lacy's PI. . . 1741.11 

— Lavater the physiognomist ; or not a bad judge, comic 

drama. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 40 1772.28 

— Love and fortune, dram, tableau, lact. /« Lacy's PI. 1741.11 

— Loan of a lover, •vaudeville, //t F. M. D., v. 1. . . . 1771.01 

— Mason of Buda. opera. 2 acts. In G. M. T.. v. 1. . . 1721.10 

— Merchant's wedding ; or Loudon frolics in 1038, com. 5 acts. 

/«C.B. T.,v. 19 1711.19 

— Mr. Buckstoue's ascent of Mt. Parnassus, panoramic ex- 

trav. lact. //i Lacy's PI 1741.11 

— Mr. Buckstone's voyage round tlie globe (iu Leicester 

equate), extrav. lact. /nLacy'sPl 1741.11 

— My daughter, sirl farce, lact. In 0. B. T., v. 37. . 1721.04 



— My great aunt, com. 1 act. In Lacy's PI 1741.11 

— My heart 'h idol. com. 2 acts, /n Lacy's PI. . . .17(1.11 

— My lord and my latly. com. 5 acts. In Lacy's PI. . 1741. II 

— Paris and London, burletta. 3 actK. /hC. M T.,v.3, 1721.18 
— ^ Pride of the market, comic dr. Marts. /»* F.M.D., v. 2. 1771.02 

— I*rinter'K devil, farce. 1 a4;t. In F. S. D.. v. 43, . . 1772,29 

— Promotion, vaudeville. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 20. . 1771.14 

— Secret service, drama. 2 acts. In F M. D., v. 4. . . 1771.04 

— Seven rhampious of Christendom, corai<; spectaclo. 2 a<-tH. 

//I Lacy's PI 1741.12 

— Sleeping beauty, fairy extrav. 3 pts. In Lacy's PI. . 1741.12 

— Somebody else, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v, 29. . . 1771.18 

— Theseus and Ariadne, extrav. 2 acts. In. Lacy's PI. 1741.12 

— The Vampire ; or the brido of the isles, melodrama. 2 actn. 

In C.B T.. v. 27 1711.27 

— White cat. lairy extrav. 2 acts, //t Lacy's Pi. . . . 1741.12 

— Yellow dwarf an<l tbo king of the gold mines, fairy extrav. 

lact. //i Lacy's PI 1741.12 

— Young and handsoine, fairy extrav, lact. /« Lacy's PI. 1741 12 

— ami Vance (Q.) Blue Beard, mus. burlelta. lact. /« Lacy's PI. 
Deep, deep sea; yr Perseus and Andromeda, buiietta. 

lact. /nLacy'sPl 1741.12 

HigU. low. Jack, and game. 1 act. /kF.M.D., v. 20. 1771.14 

Olympic revels ; or Prometheus and Pandora, burbita. 

lact. /HLacy'sPl 1711.12 

— - — Paphian bower ; or Venus and .-Vdouis, burletta. 1 act. In 

Lacy's PI 1741.12 

Platonick lady, com. 4 acts. See Centhvre (Mrs. S.) Dr. works, 

v.'2. 1872 1714.26 

Plautus (Marcus Accius). Plays. See p. 873 of Catalogue). 

— ^ Menajchnii, com. 5 acts. English, by W. W. /n Six old plays, 

V. 1, 1779 1742 29 

Same. In Shakespeare library, v. 5. 1875. . . . 1751.18 

Playhouse to be let. tragi-com. S^e D'Avenant (W.) . 1722.25 
Pleasant comedie of the gentle craft. .Vv Dekker (T.) Dram. 

works, v. 1. 1H73 1722.18 

Pleasant neighbor, larco, .Vv Planche (.Vrs. E.) . , .1771.08 
Pleasures of tlie town, pui)pet show. Str Fielding (H.) . 5037.20 
Plot and counterplot ; or portrait of Cervantes, farce. So- Kem- 

ble (C.j 1721.08 

Plot and no plot ; or Jacobite credulity, com. S'r Dennis (J.) 

Plots for petticoats, farce. S'''- Wooler (J.) 1773,12 

Plowman (T. F.| Acis and Galatma ; or the beau! the belle U 

and the blacksmith I!! 1 act. In Lacy. v. 91. . . 1773.01 
Plunkett (Henry Grattan). The miuerali ; or the dying gift. 

2 acts. /;i F. S. D., V. 19 1772.17 

Plutus. Str Aristophanes (p. 36 of Catalogue). 

Po-ca-hon-tas. A'cc Brougham (John) 1771.08 

Pocock (James). For England, ho I melodr. opera. 2 acts. In 

C. B. T., V. 39 1721.06 

— Hit or miss, mus. farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T., v. 34. . 1721.01 

— John of Paris, comic opera. 2acta. In C. B. T.. v. 20. 1711.26 

— Magpie, or the maid, melodrama. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 28. 
Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Eugl. dr.. v. 11. 1821. 1734.20 

— The miller and his men, melodrama. 2 acts. In C. B. T., 

V. '26 1711.26 

Same. In F. S. D.. v. 25 1772.20 

— Robber's wife, drama, 3 acts. In C. B. T., v. 28. . 1711.28 

— -^ Same. In F. S. D., v. 32 1772.24 

— Robiusou Cru.soe ; or bold buccaniers, romantic dr. 2 acts. 

In C.B. T.,\. '2S 17il.2S 

— Rob Roy Macgregor, opera. 3 acts. InF. S. D., v. 11. 1772.11 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Eugl. dr.. v. 10. 1821. 1734.19 

Ptenulus ; or young Carthaginian. iVe Plautus (M. A ) . 1742.05 
Poetaster (The). .S't-; Jonson (Ben). Works. 1853. . . . 1725.27 

Poetic proposal, farce. .S'ff; Becker (M.) 1773.06 

Point of honour, com. See Kemble (C.) 1711.28 

Polinices. -^eeAlfieri (V.) Tragedies, v. I, 1815. . . . 1712.10 
Politician (The), trag. .SV^ Shirley (J.) Dr. works, v. 5. 18;J3. 1743.07 
Pohticians .The), com. Se<' Mathews (Cornelius). . . 5053.05 
Polly : ■2d pt. of Beggar's opera. Se'-. Gay (J.) Plays. 1772. 1723.31 
Polly H.uieycombe. drama. See Colman (G., theeUler). . 1732.18 
Poole (John). Married and single, com. 3 acts. In F. S D., 

V. 10 1772.10 

— My wife I — what wile? farce, //i Lacy. v. 96. . . .1773.06 

— Nabob for an hour ; farce, 2 acts. Iii Lacy. v. 108. 1773.18 

— Past and present ; or the hidden treasure, drama. 3 acts. In 

Lacy, v. 96 1773.06 

— Paul Pry, com. 3 acts. In F. S D., v. 10 1772.10 

— Scapegoat, farce. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 98 1773.08 

— Simpson & Co.. com. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 43. . . 1721.10 
Same. In F.S.D.. v. 1 1772.07 

— Soldier's courtship, com. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 33. 1771.20 

— Tribulation ; or welcome visitors, com. 2 acts. In C. B. T., 

V, 12 1711.12 

— 'Twould puzzle a conjurer. 2 acts. /«F. M. D., v. G. 1771.0*1 
Poole (T.) Deaf as a post, farce, lact. M F. M. D., v. s. 1771.08 
Poorgentlemau.com. Srr Colman (<j., the younger). 1721.U4;1772.03 

Poor of New York, drama. /« F. S. D.. v. 24 1772.20 

Poor Pillicoddy. AVf Morton (J. M.) 1771.17 

Poor soldier, mus. furce. AVe O'Keeffe (John) 1734.04 

Pope of Rome. Sec Boucicault (Dion) 1772,22 

Popocatapetl, musical extrav. Stre Robson (F.) .... 1773.11 
Popping the question, farce. -Sfc Buckstone (J. B.' . . 1711.25 
Positive man. .S'tf O'Keeffe (John). Works, v. 2. 1798. 1734.05 
Postilion (The), opera. .SVr.' A'Beckett (G. A.) .... 1721.10 
Postman's knock, mus. farce. See Thornton (L. M.) . . 1721.15 
Pouter's weddiug, farce. See Morton (J. M.) .... 1733,18 
Power (Tyrone). Born to good luck, farce, 2 acta. In F. M. 

D.. v. 6 1771.06 

— How to pay the rent, farce. In F. M. D., v. 1. . . . 1771.01 

— Paddy Carey. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 9 1771.08 

— St. Patrick's eve. 3 acts. In F. M. D., v. 2. . . . 1771.02 



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Pratt (Win.) Ten uigUts in a bar room. 5 acts. In F. S. D.. 

Presumptive (widenoc. domestic dr. S<<i Buclcstone (.J. B.) IT'il.Ol 
Pretentious ynuriM ladies, com. .Vfo Moljcre (.J. B. T.) . 1735.04 
Pretty «irU olKtillborR. farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 37. 1771.22 
Pretty predicaments. larce. Stf Phipps (.\. J.j . . . . 1773.rj 

Pride iif tUo marlsef. .Sw Planche (J. 11.) 1771.02 

Prima donna. »■■■ Boucicault (Diou| 1722.00 

Prince of Arragon. AVe O'KeefTe (.John) 17;i4.0U 

Prince for an hour, com. .Vf(? Morton (J. M.) .... 1733.18 
Princess (TUo). See Gilbert (W. S.) Orig. plays. 187C. . 1724.31 
Princess of Elis. com. Sec Moliere (J. B. 1*.) 
Principles form character, com. .Sc: Wehner (J. H.) .1771.15 

Printer's devil, farce. See Planche {J. U.) 1772. 2'.' 

Prisoner at largo. See O'Keeffe (J.) Dramatic works, v. 4. 

17118. . " 1711.2B : 1734.07 

Prisoner of war, com. .v.r Jcrrold (D.) Writings, v.". 1853. 1725.24 
Prize (The), or 2, 6, 3, H, mns. farce. .SVf Hoare (P.) . .1711.26 
Prodigal (The), com. See Voltaire (F. M. A. dc). Dr. works, v. 2. 

1781 1744.22 

Projector (Tlie). com. See Nota (Alberto) 1725.28 

Prometheus chained [orj bound. See £scbylus (p. 5 of Cat.) 

Promos anil (;assaiidi-a. See Whetstone ((.1.) 1742.2'.' 

Promotion, vaudeville. .SV-' Planche (J. U.) 1771.14 

Proof (The) of the pudding, burlotta. .SV. Bayly (T. H.) 1613.;)3 
Prophetess (The). See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, 

V. 8. 1SI5 17l;).()8 

Provoked luisbaud, com. See Vanbnigh (J.) and Gibber (C.)1711.03 

Provost of Bruges, trag. .S'ce Lovell (G. W.) 1721.11 

Pseudolus ; or the cheat. See Plautus (11. A.) Comedies. 1742.04 
Psyche, liallot tragedy. See Moliere (J. B. P.) 

Psyche, trag. See Shadwell (T.) 1075 1742.22 

Purse (The) ; or benevolent tar, mus. cut. ,S*'(.' Cross (J. 0.) 1732.20 

Pure gold. See Marston (W.) 1772.28 

Putnam, the iron sou of '70. mil. dr. ,SVe Bannister (N. H.) 1772.27 
Pygmalion and Galatea, com. *;c Gilbert (W. S.) Orig. plays. 

1876 1724.31 

Quaker (The), comic opera. .See Dibdin (C. ) 1714.0:1 

Quash : or, nigger practice, farce. .SVe Brookes (G.) . .1771.22 
Queen (The) aud the concubine. See Brome (U.) Dr. works. 

v. 2. 1873 1713.21 

Queen of Arragon. tragi-com. .See Habington (W.) . . . 1722.0'J 
Queen of Coriuth. See Beaumont (F.) awl Fletcher (J.) 1713.05 

Queen of spades, com. .See Boucicault (Dion) 1722.00 

Queen's bench, farce. See Rede (W. L.) 1721.11 

Queen's exchange, com. .See Brome (11.) Dr. works, v. 3. 1713.22 

Quiet lamily, farce. Set Suter (W.) 1771. 1'J 

Quite at hoiue. comic eut. See Ryan (U.) 1721.02 

Race for a dinner, farce. See Rodwcll (.J. T. G.) . . .1711.10 
Rae (Charles Marsham). Billy Doo, farce. 1 act. In Lacy, 

V. 101 1773.11 

— Birds in their little nests agree. 1 act. /w Lacy, v. 109. 1773.19 
— - Fair encounter, comedietta. 1 act. From the French. In 

Lacy, V. 104 1773.14 

— Follow the leader, com. 1 act. /;i Lacy, v. 99. . .1773.00 

Haffaelle the reprobate. .See Wilks (T. E.) 1772.26 

Rag-picker of Paris. .See Stirling (Edw.) 1772.14 

Raising the wind, farce. See Kenney (J.) . . 1711.19 ; 1771.04 
Ralph Uuister Doister, comedy. See Udall (N.) .... 1756.34 
Ram-alley ; or merry ti-icks, com. Se.- Barry (L.) . , . 1722.05 

Randall's thumb, com. See Gilbert (W. S.) 1773.01 

Randolph (Thomas). Muse's looking glass. 5 acts. In Dods- 

ley (J.j Old plays, v. 9. 1780 1722.09 

— Poetical and dramatic works. Ed. by W. C. Hazlitt. 2 v. 

London, 1875. 12° 1741.24 

Contents: 1. Plays : Aristippus. orthejovial philosopher. 

The conceited peddler. The jealous lovers. The Muses' 

looking-glass. Amyntas, or the impossible dowry. 2. 

Amyntas, continued. Hey for honesty. 
Ravens of Orleans, romautic dr. .See Moncriefi* (W. T.) 1721.30 
Raymond (R. J.) Barber baron. 2 acts. In C. M. T.. v. 16. 1721.31 

— Mr. aud Mrs. Peter White, farce, lact. In F. M.D.,v. 30. 

— Robert the devil ! duke of Normandy, mus. romance. 2 acts. 

In C. B. T.. V. 33 1711.33 

Raymond and Agnes, drama. See Lewis (M. G.) . . . 1721.05 
Rayner (B. F.) Dumb boy of Manchester, melodrama. 2 acts. 

In F. S. D.. V. 43 1772.'2'.i 

Rayner. trag. ,See Bailhe (J.) Works. 1851 1712.22 

Reach (Angus B.) Jeuuy Lind at last, operatic bagatelle, lact. 

In F. M. D.. V. '^4 1771.16 

Ready-money, drama. .See Maurice (Walter) and Rice (J.) 1773.14 
Rebecca aud her daughters, com. See Stephens (G.) Dramas, 

V. 2. 1846 1743.25 

Recollections of O'Flauigan and the fairies. See Brougham (J.) 
Recruiting officer, com. ,See Farquhar (George). 1744.31 ; 1714.10 
Recruiting sergeant, mus. eut. See Bickerstafr{I.) 1714.09. 1732.19 

Red mask, melodr. .See Brougham (John) 1772.18 

Red rover : or mutiny of the Dolphiu. See Fitz-Ball (E.) 1721.21 
Rede (Wm. Leman). All'air of honour, farce. 1 act. In O. B. 

T.. v. 44 " 1721.11 

— Devil and doctor Faustus, dr. 3 acts. 7ii C. B. T., v. 45. 1721.12 

— His first champagne, farce. 2 acts. /nC. B. T., v. 44. 1721.11 

— Jack in the water, or ladder of life, domestic burletta. 3 acts. 

In C. M. T., V. 10 1721.31 

— Life's a lottery, or jolly Dick the lamplighter ; burletta. 3 

acts. /nC. B. T.. V. 47 1721.14 

— Our village ; or the lost ship, burletta. 3 acts. In C. M. T., 

v. 16 1721.31 

— Queen's bench, farce. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 44. . . 1721.11 

— Sixteen string Jack. 3 acts. In C. M. T..v. 16. 17'21.31; 1772.'JO 

— Skeleton witness, or the murder of the mount. 3 acts. In 

O. B. T., V. 47 1721.14 

Same. In T. S. D., v. '25 1772.20 



Reed (Joseph). Register office, farce. 2 acts. In London stage, 

V. 4. 1827 1732.20 

Heece (Robert). Green old ago. lact. /n Lacy, v. 103. 1773.13 

— Little Robin Hood, burlesque. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 91. 1773.01 

— An old man, drami. In Lacy. v. 108 1773.18 

. — Paquita ; or love in a frame, comic opera. 2 acts. In Lacy, 

v. 94 1773.U4 

— Romulus aud Remus, burlesque. In Lacy, v. 97. . . 1773.07 

— Ruy Bias righted ; or the love, the lugger, aud the lackey, bur- 

lesque. In Lacy, v. 100 1773.10 

— Very last days of Pompeii 1 burlesque, lact. /n Lacy, v. 96. 
Reeve tWybert). Di-ad witness ; or sin and its shadow. 3 acts. 

In Lacy, v. 99 1773.U9 

— I love you, comedietta. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 98. . . . 1773.08 

— Never reckon your chickens, etc. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 95. 1773.05 

— Obliging a friend, farce, lact in Lacy, v. 98. . . 1773.08 

— Parted, com. drama. 4 acts. lit Lacy, v. 107. . . . 1773.17 

— True as steel, com. 3 acts, /« Lacy, v. 92 1773.02 

Reform : or John Bull triumphans. .See Moncrieff (W.T.) 1721.28 
Refusal (The), com. See Gibber (C.) Dr. works, v. 4. 1760. 1713.30 
Regicides (The), trag. .See SmoUett (T.) Works, 1870. . 6007.11 

Register office, farce. .See Reed (J.) 1732.20 

Regnard (J.F.) Intriguing chamberaiaid. See Fielding (H.)1714. 10 

Regular Bx, farce. See Morton (J. M.) 1771.22 

Rehearsal at Goatham. -See Gay (J.) Plays. 1772. . . 1723.31 
Rcitzenslein (Charles von). Count Koenigsmark, trag. 5 acts. 

In Thompson (B.) German theatre, v. 6, 1801. . . 17'J4.'i6 
Relapse (The), com. See 'Vanbrugh (J.I Dr. works. 1849. 1744.31 
Rely on my discretiou, farce. .See Palmer (T. A.) . . . 1773.16 
Rendezvous (The), operetta. .See Ayton(R.) . . 1711.17; 1771.1'2 
Renegade (The). .See Massinger (P.) Dr. works. 1851. 1735.02 

Rent ilav. .S. e Jerrold (Douglas) 1725.25 ; 1772.0-t 

Reprisal (The), com. .See Smollett (T.) 5007.11 

Retired from business, com. .See Jerrold (D.) .... 1725.21 
Retribution ; or love's trials. .See Bennett (G. J.) . . . 1721.12 

Retribution. See Taylor (Tom) 1772.17 

Return of Tobias. See Genhs {Mme. de). Sacred dramas. 1724.32 
Return ticket, farce. See Spencer (G.) and James (W.) . 17'i3.09 

Revenge (The), trag. .See Young (Edward) 1714.09 

Revenge for honour, trag. .See Chapman (Geo.) . . . 1713.26 
Revenge of BuBsy D'Ambois. trag. Se< Chapman (Geo.) . 1713. '25 

Revenger's tragedy. .See Toumer (C.) 1722.04 

Review (The) ; or the wages of Windsor, mus. farce. .See Gol- 

man (G.. the younger) 1721.03 ; 1772.25 

Revolt of the workhouse, burlesque opera. .See A'Beckett 

(G. A.) 1721.2:) 

Revolutionary soldier, farce. See Jaimson G.) .... 1771.21 
Reynolds (Frederick). BUud bargain ; or hear it out, com. 5 

acts. In G. B. T., V. 28 1711.28 

— The Delinquent, com. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 40. . 1721.07 

— The diauiatist, com. 5 acts. In G. B. T., v. 39. . . 1721.00 

— The Exile : or the deserts of Siberia, operatic play. 3 acts. 

In a. B. T., v. 29 1711.29 

— Folly as it flies, com. 5 acts, /n G. B. T.. v. 27. . .1711.27 

— How to grow rich, com. 6act8. /n C. B. T., v. 30. .1711.30 

— Laugh when you can. com. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 23. 1711.23 

— Notoriety, com. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 26 1711.26 

— The will, com. 5 acts. In O. B. T., v. 21 1711.21 

Reynoldson (Thomas H.) Curse of mammon, facsimile of ' Mar- 
riage a-la-mode.' Saots. /« C. M. T., v. 15. . .1721.30 

— Rich man of Frankfort ; or the poisoned crown. 3 acts. 

/i! G. M. T., v. 14 1721.29 

— The Venetian ; or Council of ten. 3 acts. In C. M. T., 

V. 15 1721.30 

Rhand (Tally), psciid. Guttle and Gulpit, farce. 2 acts, /n F. S, 

D.,v. 39. . , . , 1772,27 

Rhesus, .See Euripides (p, 450 of Catalogiie). 

Rhodes (Wm. Barnes). Bombastes Fui'ioso, opera. 1 act. In 

C- B. T., v. 43 1721.10 

Same. In F. M. D., v. 6 1771.05 

Rice (Charles). Three guardsmen. 3 acts. //iF.S.D., v, 18, 177'2,17 
Rich mau of Frankfort, .See Reynoldson (T, H.) ... 1721.29 
Richard Cieur do Lion. .See Sedaine (31. J.) , . 1714,14 ; 1732.19 
Richard in. .See Shakspere (V.'m.) 
Richard Plantagenet, hist, drama. See Haines (J. T.) . 1721.29 

Richaxdus Tertius. .SeeLegge (T.) 1751.18 

Richeheu. See Bulwer-Lytton (E. G. E. L., lurd Lyltun). 
Riches; or the wife and brother. See Burges (J. B.) . 1711.24: 

Rienzi, trag. See Mitford (M. K.) 1711.24 : 1772.19 

Rights and wrongs of women, farce. See Morton (J. M.) 1733.18 

Rights of man, com. See Leland (O. S.) 1771.18 

Right of the lord of the manor, com. See Voltaire F. M. A. de). 

Rip Van Winkle. See Burke (C.) 177'2.19 

Ritchie (Anna Cora Mowatt), Plays. Boston, 1855. 16'. 1734.01 
Contents : Armand, or the xieer aud peasant. Fashion. 

— Armand. 5 acts, /n F. 5. D., v. 27 1772.21 

— • Fashion ; or life in N. Y. 6 acts. In F. S, D., v. '27, 1772,21 
Rival fools, com. See Gibber (C.) Dr. works, v. 2. 1700. 1713.28 

Rival ladies, tr.-com. See Dryden (J.) 5042.15 

Rival pages, com, 1 act. See Selby (C.) 1773.04 

Rival sisters, trag. .See Murphy (A.) Works, v, 7, . , 6057.14 

Rival valets, farce, .Ve Ebsworth (J.l 1711.12 

Rivals (The), com. .See D'AvenanI (W.) Dr. works, v. 5. 1722.26 
Rivals (The), com. See Sheridan (R. B.) 

Rizpah. .See Lyndsay (D.I Dramas. 1822 1732.23 

Road to ruin, com. .See Holcroft (T.) 1772.07 

Roaring girle, or Moll Cut-purse. See Middleton ( T.) and Dek- 

ker (T.) 1722.06 ; 1722.20 : 1733.12 

Robber of the Rhine, drama. .See Almar (G.) . 1721.25 ; 1772.19 
Robbers (The). .See SchiUer (J. C. F. von). Works, v. 4. 5064.27 

Robber's wife, tlrama. .Vee Pocock (J.) 1711. '28 

Robert Emmet. See Pilgrim (J.) 1772.26 



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PLAYS : Robert Macaire lu Sejauus. 



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Robert Macaii'e, burlesque extrav. See Byron (H. J.) . 1773.0:1 

Robert Macaire. .SVe Selby (C.) 1771.0., 

Robert tlioilL'vill ilukoot Normaudy. .SVc Raymond (U.J.) 1711. :i:i 

Roberts ((leurgot. Absent niau, farcical comedietta. 1 act. /n 

Lacy. V. 102 177;).rj 

— Forty winks, comedietta. 1 act. /?i F. M. D., v. 41. . 1771.21 
Robertson (T. W.) Birds of prey ; or a duel in tbo dark. :! acta. 

In Lacy. V. 93 1773.0;! 

— Half caste ; or the poisoned pearl. 3 acts. Adapted from 

the rrouch. /a Lacy, v. 117 17J3.07 

— Not at all .jealous, farce. 1 act. /u Lacy, v. 91. . .177:1.01 

— Peace at any price, farce. 1 act. /;i Lacy. v. 95. . . 177:{.0.'» 

— Star ot tbe north, drama. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 03. . 1773. o:{ 
Robertson (Wni.) Ernestine. 2 acts, /n F. S. D.. v. U. 1772.11 
Robinson (-IrusDR. romantic drama. .SVe Pocock (J.) . . 1711. 2S 
Robinson (lohu Hovey, M. V.) Nick Whiffles, drama. 3 acts. 

/H 1. S. D. V. 45 1772.30 

Robinson (Nugent). Mr. Joffiu'S latch-key, fai'ce. 1 act. In 

Lacy. V. lOU 1773.10 

Rob Roy. drama. .SVe Soane (G.) 1721.03 

Rob Roy Macgregor, operatic play. .SVe Pocock (J.) , .1772.11 
Robson (Frederick). Popocatapetl, mus. extrav. 1 act. In 

Lacy. V. IIU 1773.11 

Robson (Wm. James). Love and loyalty. 6 acts. In F. S. D.. 

V. 32 1772.24 

Rochester ; or Charles il.'a merry days, mus. com. See Mon- 

crieflf(W. T.) 1721.2'1 

Rodwell (U. Herbert). Teddy the tiler, farce. 1 act. In 0. B. 

T, V. 23 1711.25 

Same, /ii F. M. D.. v. 24 1771.10 

Rodwell (J. Thomas tj.) More blunders than one, farce. 1 act. 

In F. M. D.. v. 23 1771,15 

— Race lor a dinner, farce. 1 act. In C. B. T.. v. 19. . 1711.10 

— Young widow, comic piece. In F. M. D.. v. 10. . , 1771.00 
Rogers (W.) Jack's the lad ; or the pride of the ocean, drama. 

2 acts, m F. M. D., V. 39 1771.23 

Roland lur an Oliver, farce. Sre Morton (T.) . 1721.11 ; 1771.15 

Roll ot the drum, drama. See Wilks (T. E.) 1773.13 

Rolla ; or the virgin ot the sun. ,?'■? Kotzebue (A. von). 1724.21 
Rollo. (lukc ot Normandy (Bloody brother ; or). See Beaumont 

(F.) nm( Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 10 17l:).lo 

Roman (The), a dramatic poem. .See Dobell (S. Y.) . . 1715.14 
Roman actor. See Massinger (P.) Plays, v. 2. 17:13.07 ; 1735.02 
Roman father, trag. See Whitehead (W.) . . 1714.10 ; 17;i2.U) 
Romance after marriage. .S'et; Goodrich (F. B.) ami Warden (F. 

L.) 1772.20 

Romance and reality. See Brougham (John) 1772.15 

Romance of a poor young man. .SV-' Feuillet (O.) . . .1772.22 
Romance under difficulties. .V'"'' Burnand (F. C.) . . .1771.11 
Romantic ladies, com. See Moliere (J. B. P.) Works, v. 1. 173:519 
Romeo and Juliet, tr.ag. See Shakspere (Wm.) .... 1711.01 
Romeo and Juliet, travesty. 3 acts, {anon.] L., 1812. 12". 6091.05 

Romiero. trag. See BaiUie (J.) Works. 1851 1712.22 

Romp (The), comic opera. 2 acts. In London stage, v. 4. 1732.20 
Note. — Altered from * Love in the city,' by I. Bickerstaff. 

Same. /« O. B. T.. v. 35 1711.31'. 

Romulus and Remus, burlesque. See Reece (R.) . . . 1773.07 
Roof scrambler, burlesque opera. See A'Beckett (G. A.) 1721.25 

Rory O'More. See Lover (.S.) 1772.19 

Rosalynde. Euphues golden legacie. See Lodge (T.) . 1751.15 

Rosamond, trag. See Korner (C. T.) 1I151.'J8 

Rose ot Amiens, com. Stc Morton (J. M.) 1771.10 

Rose ot Arragon, play. See Knowles (J. S.) Dr. works. . 1732.05 

Roses aud thorns, com. S'eLunn (.1.) 1711.12 

Rosina. See Brooke (Mrs. F. M.) 1714.09 

Rosina Meadows. See Saunders (C. H.) 1772.23 

Rosmunda. See Alfieri (V.) Tragedies, v. 2. 1815. . . 1712.11 
Rough iliamond. farce. See Buckstone (J. B.i 1 act. . 1771.0(1 
Roundheads (The). *f Behn {Mrs. A ) Plays, v. 1. 1871. .?0'J1.04 
Rover (The) ; or the Danish'd cavaliers. See Behn [Mrs. A.) 

Plays, V. 1. 1871 .5021.04 

Rover's bride : or the bittern's swamp. .S'c; Aimar (G.) 1721.26 
Rowe (Nicholas). Fair penitent, trag. 5 acts. In O. B. T., 

V. 1711.00 

Same. In Brit, drama, v. 1. 18.53 1714.09 

Same. /» London stage, v. 2. 1825 ]7;i2.18 

— Jane Shore, trag. 5 acts. /» British drama, v. 1. 1853. 1714.00 

Same. /nC. B. T.,v. 5 1711.05 

Same. 5 acts. /« F. S. D., v. I'i 1772.12 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl. dr.. v. 8. 1818. 1734.17 

— Lady Jane Grey. trag. 5 acts. /« London stage, v. 3. 1732.19 

— Tamerlane, trag. 5 acts. /;t Brit, drama, v. 2. 1853.1714.10 

Same In London stage, v. 3. 1820 1732.19 

Rowley (Wm.) Match at midnight, com. 5 acts. In Dodsley 

(J.) Old plays. V. 7. 17S0 17-22.07 

— Woman never vest : or widow of Cornhill, com. 5 acts. In 

C. B. T., V. 8 1711.08 

Royal king, and loyal subject. See Heywood (T.) . . . 1750.44 
Royal master, com. In Shirley (J.) Dr. work.s. v. 4. 18:13. 1743.0^ 
Royal shepherdess, tragi. -com. Set' Shadwell (T.) 1009. 1742.22 
Rudens : the fisherman's rope. See Plautus (M. A.) Comedies. 

V. 2. 1852 174'2.05 

Ruffian boy, melodrama'. See Dibdin (T.) 1721.10 

Rugantino ; or the bravo of 'Venice. See Lewis (M. G.) 

Rule a wile aud have a wife. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher 

(J). . . . 1711.12 ; 17l:i.0:l ; 1714.10 ; 17:!'2.17; 1731,19 
Rule Britannia, naut. drama. S-e Campbell (.\. L. "V.) . 1721. ::o 

Rural felicity, com. Sec Buckstone (J. B.) 1772. 'it 

Ruth and Naomi. See Grenlis (Mine. Ac). Sacred dramas. 1724. :i2 
Ruth Oakley. Sm WilUams (T) aiirf Harris (A.) . . . . 1772.2i; 
Ruy Bias. 6 acts. See Hugo (Victor) 1722.00 



Ruy Bias righted, burlesque. See Rccco (K.) 1773.10 

Ryan (Desmond L.) One too many, farce. 1 act. In Lacy. v. 97. 

Ryan (Uicliard). Everybody's husband, comic drama. 1 act. In 

0. M. T.. v. 4 1721.19 

— Le pauv re Jacques ; vaudeville, la. /n O. B. T.. v. 10. 1721.25 

— Quite at home, comic ent. 1 act. In C. B. T., v. :15. 1721.02 
SackviUe (Thomas). Ferrex and Porrex, trag, 5 acts. /riDods- 

ley (J.) Old plays. V. 1 1780 1722.01 

Sacrifice of Isaac. .See GenUs (,l//ii''. de). Sacred dramas. 1724.32 
Sad one (The), trag. See SuckUng (J.) Poems, plays, elc, v. 2. 

1874 1743.18 

Sadshepherd. See Jonson (Een). Works. 1853. . . . n26.'27 

Sailor lit France. See Johnstone (J. B.) 1772.18 

St. Clement's Eve. .Vee Taylor (H.) I'oet. works, v. 3. . ll!92.34 
St. Cupid ; or Dorothy's fortune. c(uu. .S'-e Jerrold (D.) . 1725.24 
St. David's day ; or honest Welshman ; num. iarce. .S'ee Dib- 
din (T.) 1721.04 

St. Patrick for Ireland. See Shirley (J.) 1743.00 

St. Patrick's day, farce, .S'ec Sheridan (K. li.) 

St. Patrick's eve. .Vce Power (T.) 1771.02 

Sally in our alley, drama. .S'ee Jerrold (D.) 1721.31 

Salmon (.John). Old and yonug, com. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 30. 
Sanctuary (The), or England in 1485. .S'ee Carpenter (J. E.) 1721.15 
Sapno au.l Phao. .S'ee Lyly (J.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1858. .1732.14 

Sappho, trag. See Grillparzer (F) 1724.31 

Sappho, trag. ,«ee Lewis (.1/i'S. E. A.) 1732.13 

Sardanapalus, trag. .S'.v Byron (Geo. O. N.. toni), . . .177 2.1.'} 
Sardanapalus. See Lyndsay (D.) Dramas. 18'i2. . . . 1732.23 

Satan: a libretto. .S'ee Cranch (C. P.) 1714.:ll 

Satan in Paris. .Sec Selby (C.) 1772.23 

Satiro-mastix, or the uutrussing of the humorous poet. .S'ee 

Dekker (T.) Dr. works, v. 1. 187.3 1722.18 

Saul. .See Alfieri (V.) Trag.. v. 3. 1813 1712.12 

Saul. .S'eeHeavyscge (C.) 1725.07 

Saunders (Charlea H.) Pirate's legacy. 2 acts. In F. S. D.. 
V. 41 1772.'28 

— Rosina Meadows. :t acts, //r F. S. D.. v. 30. . . . 177 2. "23 
Saville (.John Faucit). Miller's maid, melodrama. 2 acts. In F. 

M. D. V. 12 1771.10 

— Wapping old stairs, nautical drama. 3 acts. In C. M. T., 

V. 13 1721. '28 

Scapegrace, petite comedy, lact. /k C. M. T., v. 1. .1721.10 

Scapegoat, farce. See Poole (J.) 1773.08 

Schiller (Johann Friedrich Christoph von). In his Works, v. 2-4. 

London, Bohn, 1847-53. 12° 6004.21 

2. WaUensteiu's camp : tr. by J. Churchill. The Piccolo- 
mini ; and Death of Wallenstein ; tr. by S. T. Coleridge. 
Wilhehn Tell ; tr. by T. Martin. U't/Zi his Hist, of the re- 
volt of the Netherlands. London, litilin, 1847. 12'. 3. Don 
Carlos, tr. by R. D. Boyl:m. Mary Stuart, tr. by J. Mel- 
lish. Maid of Orleans, tr. by A. Swanwick. Bride of Mes- 
sina, tr. by A. Lodge. 4. The robbers. Fiesco, Love and 
intrigue, Demetrius ; tr. by H. G. Bohn. 

— Don Carlos, infant of Spain, trag. 5 acts, /n Thompson (B.) 

German theatre, v. 5. 1801 1724. ':5 

— Robbers, trag. 5 acts, /ii F. S. D., v. 1.1 1772.13 

Same. In Thompson (B.) German theatre, v. 5. 1724.25 

Scholar (The), com. .See Buckstone (J. B.) 177'2.'25 

Schunberg (James). Narcisso the vagrant, trag. 5 acts, .adapt- 
ed irom the German of A. E. Brachvogel. In Lacy, v. 107. 

School for arrogance, com. See Holcroft (T.) 1732.20 

School for guardians, com. See Murphy (A. I Works, v. 4. 5057.11 
School for husbands, com. See MoUcre (J. B. P.) 
School for scandal, com. See Sheridan (R. B.) 

School for wives, com. .S'ee Kelly (H. I 1732.20 

School for wives. .S'ee Moliere (J. B. P.) 1733.20 ; 1733.27 : 17:)6.05 
School for wives criticised, com. .s'ee Moliere (J. B. P.) 1733.27 
School of reform ; or how to rule a wife. com. .s'ee Morton (T.) 
Schoolfellows (The), com. .S'ee Jerrold (Douglas). . . . 1725.25 
Schroeder (F. L.) "The ensign, com. 3 acts. In Thompson (B.) 

German theatre, V. 6. 1801 17'24.26 

Scornful lady. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 3. 

1843 1713.03 

Scott (W. S.) On the Clyde, drama. 3 acts. /iiLacy. v. 107. 1773 17 
Sculptor's daughter. .See Cannon (C. J.) Dramas. 1857. 1714.'29 
Sea (The), nautical drama. .See Somerset (0. A.) . . . 1721.22 
Seaofice: romantic drama in 5 tableaux, /ji F.S.D., v. 15. 1772.15 
Sea-voyage (The). .S'ee Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works. 

V. 8 1845 1713.08 

Second love, comic dr. See Simpson (J. B.) 1772. '.i5 

Secondmarriage.com. .See BaiUie (J.) Works. 1851. .1712.22 
Secret (Tlie) ; or the hole in the wall, farce. [a?jon.] 1 act. In C. 

B. T.. V. 41 1721 08 

Same. 7n F. M. D.. v. :l 1771.03 

Secret love ; or the maiden queen. See Dryden (J.) Works, v. 2, 

1H21 5042.15 

Secret .service. .See Planche (J. R.) 1771.04 

Secretary (The), play. .See Knowles (J. S.) . . 1732.05 : 1732.07 
Secrets worth knowing, com. .S'ee Morton (T.) .... 1711.18 
Sedaine (Michel Jean). Richard Cceur de Lion. hist, romance. 

3 acts. Altered from the French, by Gen Burgoyne. In 

London stage, v. 3. 18'25 1732.19 

Same. /« Burgoyne (J.) Works, v. 2. 1808. . .1714 14 

Sedley (.Vir Charles). Anthony and Cleopatra, trag. In his Works. 

v' 1,1770. I'J-"" 

— The Mulberry garden, com. Bellamira. or the mistress, 

com. The Grumbler, com. The tyrant king of Crete, 

trag. In his Works, v. 2 1742.21 

Seduction, com. See Holcroft ('1'.) *'2"'^? 

Seeing Warren, farce. .See Morton (T.) }3il":l 

Sejanus ; his faU. .See Jonson Ben). Works. 1853. .1.25 27 



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Selby (Cbarlos). Anthony and Cleopatra, burletta. 1 aut. In 
F. M. D., V. 27 1771.17 

— Boots uttliG Swau. farce. In F.M. D.. v. 1 1771.01 

— Fr.iiik Fox Phipi^a. KHq-.farro. 1 act. M Lacy. v. 100, 177a. lu 

— Jucquca Strop ; a Tow nioro jnissafjuH In the Hie of Uoliort 

Macaire. (iiaina. '^ hcIh. //i Lacy. v. lOLi. . . . 1773.1*2 

— Lady antl f;LMitletii:iu,burk*tta. 1 act. //iF.M.D.. v. ;tl. 1771. 1'J 

— Lii8t of the piytailH. iietito comedy. 1 act. In F. M. D.. 

V. :U 1771. 'Jl 

— Marblo heart ; or the Bculi>tor's dream. 5 acts. In F. S. 

D.. V. 3i 1772.^5 

— Married raku. farco. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 0. . . 1771. 0« 

— My Bister from India, farco. 1 art. In Lacy. v. 108. 177:i.l8 

— New footman, burletta. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 8. . 1771.08 
Same. In Lacy. v. 9:i 1773.0;t 

— Phantom breakfast, farce. 1 act. In Lacy, v, 101. . 1773.11 
— - Rival pages, com. 1 art. In Lacy. v. 94 1773.04 

— Itobert Macaire, melodrama. In F. M. D, v. 3. . . 1771.03 

— Satan in Paris. 2 acts, //i F. S. D.. v. 30 1772.23 

— Unfiuisliedt'eutleman, farce. 1 act. //i F. M. D., v. 13. 1771.10 

— Valet de sham, farce. 1 act. Jn F. M. D., v. 33. . . 1771.20 

— Widow's victim, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 3. . . 1771.03 
aHff Melville (Charles), liariiaby Itiulge, drama. 3 acts. 

/«Lacy. V. 101 1773.11 

Self. com. .Srr Baleman (Mrs. S. V.) 1772.1H 

Self-glorification, Chinese play. .Sec Stephens (George). 1743,25 
Self-immolation; or the sacriliro of love, ^ee Kotzebue (A. F. 

F. von) 1732.03 

Self-tormentor. See Terentius Afer (P.) 

Semelc. opera. See Congreve (W.) Dr. works. 1849. 1744.31; 1714,18 

Senor Valieute, com. .SVc Miles (G H.) 1772.2K 

SensibiUty. trag. Sc Stephens (George) 174:i.24 

Sent to the tower, farce. AV^ Morton (J. M.) 1771.18 

Separate maintenance, larco. Sir Coyne (J. S.) .... 1773. Ot 
Separation (The), trag. .SV^; Baillie (J.) Works. 1851. . 1712,22 

Serf (The), trag. .STee Talbot (It.) 1711. 1'J 

Sergeant's wedding, comic, drama. tSee Wilks (T. E.) . 1773.01 

Serious family, com. See Barnett (M.) 1772.10 

Servants by legacy. far<-o. AVv Pilgrim (J.) 1771.20 

Seven champions of Christendom, comic spectacle. .SVr Planche 

(J. R.) 1741,12 

Seven chiefs against Thebes. .SVc .ffischylus (p. 5 of dtaloguei. 
Seven clerks, romantic drama, .sv. Wilks (T. E.) . . . 1772.i5 
Seven -sins ; or passion's paradise. Sr,- Conquest (G.) and Meritt 

(P.) 1773.19 

Seymour (Harry). Aunt Dinah's pledge, drama. 2 acts. InT. 

S. D.. V. 45 1772.30 

— The temperance doctor, drama. 2 acts. /rtF.S.D.,v.45.1772.30 
Sganarelle. com. Srr MoliL-re (J. B. P.) . . . 1733.27 ; 1735 01 
Shadow. mothcr'.s dream, romantic drama. -SVe Almar (G.J 1721.23 

Shadows, drama. .\w Young (C. L.) 1773.10 

Shadows of the past, comic drama. .SVe Simpson (J. P ) 1773.07 
Shadwell (Thomas). Bury-fair, com. Sacts. L., 108'J. 4^ 1742.23 

— Epsom-Wells, com. 5 acts. London, 1G73. 4". . . 1742.22 

— Thehumorists.com. 5 acts. London. 1071. 4". . .1742.22 

— The libertine, trag. 5 acts. Loudon, 1G76. 4". . . 1742.22 

— Themiser.com. 5 acts. London, lii91. 4" 1T4J.2;J 

— Psyche, trag. 5 acts. London. 1675. 4" 1742.22 

— Royal shei'herdess, tragi-com. 5 acts. L., 16G9. 4". . 1742.22 

— Squire of Alsatia, com. 5 acts. London, 1688. 4^. . 1742.23 

— Sullen lovers ; or the impertiuents, com. 5 acts. London, 

1068. 4" 1742.22 

— Timon of Athens, play. 5 acts. London. 1678. 4\ . 1742.22 

— A true widow, com. 5 acts. London, 1679. 4". . . 1742.23 

— The virtuoso, com. 5 acts. London, 1691. 4^. . . . 1742.22 

Shaker lovers. .SVr Johnson (S. D.) 1771.20 

Shakspere (Wm.) S-x uwhr his nume. in general alphabet. 

Shakspeare's dream. S*e Brougham (John) 1771.14 

Shakspeare's early day.s. See Somerset (C. A.) 1711-28 : 1773.03 
Shakespeare's festival ; or new comedy of errors ; drama. See 

Moncrieff (W. T.) 1721.25 

Shandy Maguire. .V.?^ Pilgrim (J.) 1772.23 

Shannon (Charles). Youthful queen, com. 2 acts. In C. B. T., 

V. 21 1711.21 

Shannon, pseiwi. The youthful queen, com. 2 acts. In F. S. 

D., V. 25 1772.20 

She stoops to conquer, com. See Goldsmith (O.) 5037.10 ; 1714.09 
She would and he wouldn't, com. See Morton (-7. M.) . 1733.18 
She would and she would not, com. .sv^ Cibber (C )1713.27; 1732.19 
She wou'd if she cou'd, com. See. Etherege (G.) Works. 1723.08 
Sheffield (John, iliikr of Buckingham). Tragedy of Julius Ciesar. 

altered [from Shakspere]. Tragedy of Marcus Brutus. In 

his Works, v. 1. 1729 

Shell (Richard Lalor). The Apostate, trag. 5 acts. In F. S. D., 

V. 8 1772.0S 

— Evadne : or the statue. 5 acts. /-( F. S. D.. v. 7, . 1772.07 
Shepherd lU.) Watch and wait. See Higgie (T. H.) and Shep- 
herd (R.) 1773.16 

Shepherd oi Cournaaies. operetta. .S'.<- March (G.) . . 1773.00 
Shepherd of Derweut Vale ; or innocent culprit. See Lunn (J.) 
Sheridan (Richard Brinsloy). Works. With memoir. Ed. by F. 

Stainforth. L.. 1875. 8^ : 1743.09 

Confenls : Plays : The Rivals. St. Patrick's day. The 
Duenna. School for scandal. The Critic. A trip to Scar- 
borough. Pizarro. 
— • — Same. Collected by T. Moore. Leipsic, 1825. 12°. 1743.01 

iV^o/c.^This ed. includes ' The Camp, a musical eut.' 
Same. London, [n.d.} 32" 1743.00 

— The Camp. mus. cnt. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 32. . . 1711.32 
- — The Critic : or a tragedy rehearsed. 3 acts. In British dra- 
ma, v. 1. 1853 1714.0'.» 

Same. In C. B. T., v. 1.'5 1711.15 



Same. 7n F. S. D. v. 7 1772.07 

Same. In London stage, v. I. 1825 1732.17 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl. dr.. v. 9. 1821. 1734.18 

— The Duenna, com. 3 acts. In C. B. T., v. 2. . . . 1711.02 
Same, /n British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714,10 

— — Same, /n F. S. D., v. 7 1772.07 

Same, In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. Jn Oxberry (W,) New Eugl. dr.. v. 2. 1818, 1734.11 

— Pizarro, See Kotzebue ( ). Pizarro. 

~ Rivals, com, 5 ads. In C. B. T., v. 2 1711.02 

— — Same, /n British drama, v. 1. 1853 1714. 0'.i 

Same. In F. S- D.. v. 4 1772.01 

— — Same. In London stage, v. 1. 1825 1732.17 

~ — Same. In Oxbeny (W.) New Engl. dr.. v. 1. 1818. 1734.10 

— St, Patrick's day, or the scheming lieutenant, comic piece. 

1 act. /n C. B. T.. v. 28 1711,28 

— School for scandal, com. 6 acts. In O. B. T., v. 14. 1711,14 

Same, In British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714,10 

Same. /« F. S. D., v. 1 1772.01 

— Trip to Scarborough, com. 3 acts, /n O. B. T., v, 4. 1711.04 

Same. Jn London stage, v. 2. 182.5 1732,18 

Shipmates, comedy. Sir Bridgman {T'. V.) 1773.12 

Shipwreck (The), comic opera. .See Arnold (S, J,) . . . 1734.18 

Shipwreck (The), AW Plaulus (M. A.) 1741,14 

Shipwreck of the Medusa, or the fatal raft, drama. .SVf Mon- 

crieff(W. T.) 1721.27 

Shirley (Jami-s). Dramatic works and poems. With notes by 
W. Gittordand A. Dyce. G v. Loud., 1833. 8*. . . 1743.03 
1. liovo tricks, com. Maid's revenge, trag. Brothers, 
cum. Witty fair one, com. Wedding, com. 2. (irateful 
servant, com. The Traitor, trag. Love's cruelty, trag. 
In a maze, com. Bird in a cage, com. Hyde Park, com. 
3, The Ball. com. Young admiral, com. The Gamester, 
com. The Example, com. The Opportunity, com. The 
Coronation, com. 4. The Lady of pleasure, com. The 
R<»yal master, play. Duke's mistress, trag. The Doubt- 
ful heir, tragi-com. St. Patrick for Ireland, play. The 
Coustant maid. com. Humorous conrtier, com. 5. Gen- 
tleman of Venice, tragi-com. The Politician, trag. The 
Imposture, tragi-com. The Cardinal, trag. The Sisters, 
com. The Court secret, tragi-com. 6. Houoria and Mam- 
mon, a morality. Chabot, admiral of France, trag.. !»y G. 
Chapman and J. S. Arcadia, a i)aBtoral. Triumph of 
of peace, a masque. A contention fur honour and riches, 
interlude. The Triumph of beauty. Cupid and death, a 
ma.sque. Contention of Ajax and Ulysses, entertainment. 
poems. 

— Andromana ; or the merchant's wife, 5 acts. In Bodsley 

(J.) Old plays, v. 11. 1780 1722.11 

— Bird in a cage, com. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 8. 

1780 1722.08 

— The gamester. 6 acts. /« Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 9. 1722.09 

— Edward, the black prince ; or the battle of Poictiers, hist. 

trag. 5 acts. In London stage, v. 4. 1827. . , . 1732. '*0 
Shocking events, farce. Sec Buckstone (J. B.) . . . . 1771.22 

Shoemaker of Toulouse, .SV^e Hill (F. S.) 1772.24 

Shoemakers holiday. See Dekker (T.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1873. 1722.18 
Shopkeeper (The) turned gentleman. Sef Moliere (J.B.P.) 1733.29 
Should this meet the eye. farce. See Maltbf (A.J . . . 177307 

Shylock. .sVr'Talfourd(F.i 1771.12 

Siamese twins. .V-e A'Beckett (G. A.) . . . . 1721.29 ; 1771.18 
SiciUan (The) ; or love the painter, com. See Moliere (J. B. P.) 
Sicilian summer. See Taylor (H.) Poet, works, v. 3. . 1692.34 
Siege ( I'he). com. See Baillie (J.) Works. 1851. . . . 1712.22 
Siege (The), tragi-com. See D'Avenant (W.) Dr. works,v.4. 1722.25 
Siege of Aguileia. trag. See Home (J.) Works, y. 2. . . 5044.02 
Siege of Belgrade, comic opera. See Cobb (J.) . 1711.20; 1732.20 

Siege of Damascus, trag. See Hughes (J.) 1714.10 

Siege of Rhoiies. Se^: D'Avenant (W.) Dr. works, v. 3. 1873. 1722.24 

Siege of Rochelle, opera, .5':'^ Fitz-Ball (E.) 1773.05 

Signing the declaration of indejiendenee. See Howe (C. E. B.) 
Silver pahice ; or the golden poppy, masque. See Almar (Geo.) 
Simms (W. G.) Norman Maurice, trag. Atalantis, drama. In 

/((^- Poems, v. 1. 1853 l(;85.1l 

Simpson (J. Palgi-ave). Court cards, comic drama. 2 acts. In 

F. M. D., v. 41 1771.24 

— Daddy Hard-icre. drama; 2 acts. In Lacy, v. 100. . 1773.10 

— Dreams of delusion, drama. 1 act. In F. M. D.,v, 32. 1771. '20 

— Heads or tails? comedietta. 1 act. InT. M. D., v. 38. 1771.23 

— Marco Spada. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 13 1772.13 

— Second love, comic drama. 3 acts. In T. S.D., v. 34. 1772.25 

— Shadows of the past, com. drama. 2 acts. In Lacy, v. 97. 1773.07 

— Watch dog of the Walsinghams, drama. 4 acts. In Lacy, 

v. 92 1773.02 

— World and stage, com. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 97. , . 1773.07 
— - timf Merivale {H. C) Alone, com, drama. 3 acts. In Lacy, 

V. 1113 , 1773.13 

Simpson and Co., com. ;5r^e Poole (J.) 1721.10 

Sir Harry Wildair, com. .See Farquhar (George). . . . 1744.31 
Sir Martin Mar-all ; or feigned innocence, com. See Dry den 

(.Tohn) 5042,16 

Sir Patient Fancy. Sec Behn [Mrs. A.) Plays, v. 4. 1871, 5021.07 

Sisters (The), com, -Ver; Shirley (John). . ." 1743.07 

Six degrees of crime. .SVr Hill (F. S.) 1772.2:i 

Sizes: or the devil's in the dice, melodr. See Dibdin(T.) 1721.24 

Sixteen string Jack. .sVf Hede (Leman) 1721.31 

Skeleton witness, or the murder of the Mount .S'ftRede (W. L.) 
Sketches in India, farce. -SV'' Morton (T.) ..... .1772.12 

Slasher and Crasher. See Morton (J. M.) ...... 1771.04 

Slave (The), opera, .v.c Morton (T.) 1711.22 

Sleep-walker (The), farce. Sec Oulton (W. C.) . 1731.31 ; 1711.11 
Sleeping beauty, fairy extrav. ^S'^*- Planche (J. R.) . . 1741.12 



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Sleeping. draught, farce. .SVv Penlcy (S.) 1711.29 

Slice (if luik. lari-o. .sVc Morton (J. M.I niH.lK 

Smith (.\Ufert|. Cricket on tho bcurth. :J acts. In F. S. D., 

V. 4;i 1772.2'.! 

Smith (Sol.) Hypocrite, com. I! acts. />i F. S. D., v. 14. 1772.14 
Smith (S. Tlu^vre). Cut oflf with a Hhilliug. comedietta. 1 act. 

/»Lacy! V. '.17 177:i.07 

— My uncle's will, com. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 109. . , , 1773.10 

— Whiih iH which V com. 1 act. In Lacy, v, '.17, , . , 1773.07 
Smith (W. II.) The drunkard. 5 acts. /kF. S. D., v. 11. 1771.11 
Smollett (Tohias) Play-s. In Ids Miscul. works, v. 3. 180l>. 5007.01) 

C'onti-iitu ; The regicides, trag. Tho reprisal, or the tars 
of old liiigland ; com. ^ 

— - — ^ .Same. /« /as .Select works. 1870 .5007.11 

Smuggler's daughter, melodrama. 'S'/; Dibdin (C.) . . 1721.22 
Snakes m the graas, farco. .See Buckstone (.J. B.) . , . 1711.24 
Soanc ((icorgo). Falls of Clyde, melodr. 2 acta. In C, B. T. 

V. ill 1711..II 

■ — Faustus. romantic drama. 3 acts. In O. B. T., v. 33. 1711.33 

— Uob Roy, drama. 3 acta. 7ii 0. B. T., v. 30. . . .1721.03 

— Undine. 3 acta. In F. S. D..v. 20 1772.'JI 

— Young reefer, farce. 2 acts. In C. M.T., v. 8. . .1721.23 

— Zarah, romantic dr. 2 acts. /« 0. B. T., v. 35. . .1721.(12 

Social .stage, .v..- Baker (G. II.) 1712.2'.i 

Socrates, drama. -SVc Beckett (.V.) Dr. miacel., v. 1. 1838. 1714.01 

Soldier's courtship, com. .S'*jo Poole (J.) 1771.30 

Soldier's daughter, com. .S'''J Cherry (A.) 1711.23 

Soldier's fortune, com. ,ve.; Otway (T.) Works, v. 1. 1712. 1734. 0» 

Somebody else, farce. See Planche (J. It.) 1771.18 

Somerset (Charles A.) Crazy Jane : romantic play. 3 acts. In 

C. M. T. V. 2 1721.17 

— Day after the fair : farce. 1 act. In C. M. T.. v. 3. . 1721.18 

— Day alter tho fair, burlotta. In F. M. D.. v. 10. . . 1771.12 

— Female Massarotii ; or fair brigands, operatic drama, 2 acts. 

/;» C. M. T., V. 13 1721.28 

Mistle bough ; or the fatal chest, melodr. 2 acts. In C. M. 
T., V. 12 1721.27 

— The sea ; nautical drama. 2 acts. In O. B. T., v. 7. 1731. '22 

— Sbakspeare's early days, hist. play. 2 acts. In C. B. T.. 

V. 28 1711.28 

Same. In Lacy, v. 'J. ..." 1773.113 

— Sylvana,. opera. 3 acts. /« C. M. T., v. 3 1721.18 

— Twins of Warsaw, melodr. 2 acts, /n C. M. T., v. 15. 1721.30 

— Yea, operatic interlude. 1 act. In C. M. T., v. 2. . 1721,17 

— Zelina : warlike Grecian drama. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 37. 

Somnambulist (The). *e Moncrieff(\V5T.) 1711.18 

Son-in-law. comic opera. See 0'Keeffe"'(J ) 1711.31 

Son of the night. See Gayler (0.) 1772.19 

Sophocles. See under his name in general alphabet. 

Son "f the soil, romantic play. S.-e Merivale (H. C.) . 1773.07 
Sophonisba. .v« Alfleri (V.) Trag.. v. 3. 1815. . . .1712.12 
Sorceries of siu. .Ve Calderon do la Barca (P.) 1801. .1714.20 
Soul of huiior! drama. .Ver Farnie (H. B.) .... .1773.14 
Southern (Tiiomaa). Isabella; or the fatal marriage, trag. 5aets. 

//I British drama, V. 1. 1853. . 1714.09 

.same. In C. B. T.. v. i) 1711.0'.) 

— • — Same. In London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732,18 

— Oroouoko, trag. 5 .acts, /ii British drama, v. 1. 1853. 1714.011 

Same. /« C. B. T.. v. 25 1711.25 

Same. In London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

Snanish curate, .s:-'.' Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) Works, 

V. 8. 1845 1713.08 

Spanish friar (The), tragi-com. .v.f Dryden (John). . . 7042.19 

Spanish gipsy, play, .^ee Middleton (T.) 17:13.14 

Spanish tragedy ; or Hieronimo is mad .again. See Kyd (T.)1722.u3 
Sparagus garden, com. .Vec Brome (E.) Dr. works, v. 3. 1713. '22 
Spare bed ; or the shower bath, farce. .See Cooper (F. F.) 1721.22 
Spectre bridegrocuii ; nr a ghost iu spite of himself, farce. .See 

Moncrieff (W. T.) 1711.10 

Speedthoplough.com. .v.'.' Morton (T.) 1711.15 

Spencer (George) and James (Walter). Keturn ticket, farce. 

1 act. /a Lacy, v. '.to 1773.09 

Spirit (The) of seventy-six ; or tho coming woman. See Curtis 

(.Mrs. A. W.) 1744.04 

Spoiled child, farce, .s'ec Hoare (Prince) 1771.12 

Sprigs of laurel. .5<e O'Keeffe (John) 1734.04 ; 1721.00 

Squire Lubberly. .See Moliere (T. B. P.) 1733.21 

Sijuire of Alsatia, com. .S'.'i- Shadwell (T.) 1088. . . . 1742.'JH 
Staff uf diamonds, nautical dr. .S'c' Hazlewood (C. II.) . 1773.14 

Stage-struck Yankee. See Durivage (O. E.) 1771.17 

Staple of News (The). ,%-■ Jonson (Ben). Works. 1853. 1725.-27 
Star of destiny, dr. spectacle. .%■<■ Gait (J.) Poems.. .1044.01 
Star of the north, drama, .See Robertson (T. W.) . . . 1773.03 
State of innocence, and fall of man, opera. .See Dryden (J.) 5042.1s 
State prisoner, drama. .V'>- Gowing (W.) ...... 1773.11 

State secrets, farce. In F. M. D.. v, 11 1771.00 

Steele {Sir Richard). The conscious lovers, com. 5 acts. In 

London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

— Tender husband ; or accomplish'd fools, com. 5 acts. Lon- 

don. 1771. 12° Jn 5071.00 

Same. In British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 3. 1826 1732.19 

Steeplechase, farce, .v., Morton (J, M.) 1733.18 

Stella. ,s.-e Goethe (J. W. von) 1724.'20 

Stephens (George). Dramas for the stage. 2 v. L.,1846. 8°. 1743.24 
Contents : v. 1. Nero, Forgery. Sensibility : tragedies. 

2. Self-glorification, a Chinese play. Rebecca and her 

daughters, a cotuedy. Philip Basil, or a poet's fate, a 

tragedy. 

Steward (The), com. .See Beazley (S.) 1772.25 

Stichus; or the parasite rebuffed. .v« Plautus (M. A.) . 1742.04 
Still waters run deep, .See Taylor (Tom) 1772.25 



Stirling (Edward), Aline ; or tho rose of Killarntry, drama. 
3 acts. In Lacy. v. 94 1773.04 

— IJIoomer costume, farce. 1 act. /n F. M. D., v. C. ,1771.00 
-- By royal command, comic drama. 3 acta, /n Lacy, v. 100. 

— Cabin boy, drama. 2 acts. In Lacy, v. 104 1773.14 

— Family 7.icture», farce. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 100. . . 1773.10 
--- Gtaco Darling : or the wreck at sea. drama. 2 acts. /nLacy. 

v. 104 1773.14 

— Jeanotto and Jeanuot ; or the village pride, mus. drama. 

2 acts. /KLacy, V. 100 1773.10 

— Miser's daughter, drama. 3 acts. In Lacy. v. 99. . 1773. tKi 

— Mrs. Caudle s curtain loctin-c, bagatelle. 1 act. In F. M. 

D., V. 21 1771.14 

— Nicholas Nickleby, farce. 2 ai-ts. In F. M. D.. v. 33. n71.'iO 

— Norab Creina. drama. 1 act. /n F. M. D., v. '20. . . 1771.17 

— liag-pii^kcr ol Paris. 3 acts, lu F. S. D., v, 14. . . 1772.14 
Teddy Roe, farce. 1 act. /« F. M. D., v. '25. . . .1771.10 

— Young scamp, farce. 1 act. hi F. M. D., v. 3G. . . 1772.'22 
Stocqueler (J. II.) Object of interest, farce. 1 act. In F. M. 

D.. v. -2.5 1771.10 

Stolen heiress, com. .SVe Oentlivre (.Vis. S.) . 1715.02 ; 1714.'25 
Stolen Jewess ; or two children of Israil. .See Hazlewood(C. H.) 
Story (Wm. W.) Nero, an hist. play. London, 1875. 12'. 1743.'27 

Stranger (The). .Vee Kotzebue (A. F. F. von) 1772.02 

Stripling (The), trag. .S'« Baiihe (J.) Works. 1851. . . 1712.22 

Such things are. .v« Inchbald (.!//■.<. Eliz.) 1732.17 

Suckling (.Vuvlohn). Poems, plays, ■■(c. 2 v. L.. 1874. li;'. 1743.17 
v. 1. Aglauta, drama. 5 acts. 2. The goblins. ,?oiu. 5 acts. 

Brennoralt. trag. 5 acts. The sad one, trag. fii-ets. 

— The goblins, com. 6 acts. In Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v, 10, 

1780 • 1722.10 

Sudden thoughts, farco. .V,.,- Wilks (T. E.) 1771.19 

Soil Dhuv tho coiner, melodrama. .V,,- Dibdin (T.) . .1721.10 
SuUenlovers ; orthe impertiuents, com, .V''-' Shadwell (1'.)I742.",i2 
Sultan (The) ; or a peeji into the seraglio, farce. .S.e Bickerstdff 

(I.) 173'2.19 

Sun's darling, masque, .s.e Ford (J.) and Dckker (T.) 

Supper in Dixie. I'arcf. .S.-e Triplet (J.) 1771.22 

Supplicants (The). -S'"- .ffischylus (p. 5 of Catalogue). 
Supplicants (The). .S.:e Euripides (p. 450 of Catalogue). 

Surgeon of Paris. .S'<r Jones (J. S.) 1772 24 

Surrender of Calais, play. .See Colman (G.. the younger). . 1721.07 

Susan Ilopley. .V.r Pitt (tt. D.) 1721,31 

Suspiciousliu8band.com. ,Vtr Hoadly (Z>r. Benj.) . . .1714 09 
Suter (Wm. E.) Dick Turpin and Tom King, serio-comic drama. 

2 acts. In F. M. D.. v. 30 1772.22 

.-- Lost child ; or Jones's baby, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 41. 

— Quiet family, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 30. . . 1771.19 
Swayze (jl/rs. J. C.) Ossawattomic Brown. 3 acta, /h F. S. D., 

v. '29 1772.22 

Sweeny Todd, tho barber of Fleet street. .See Hazelton (F.) 
Sweethearts and wives, com. .See Kenney (J.) .... 1772.10 
Swiss cottage; or why don't she marry? nuts, burletta. See 

Bayly (T. H.) 1771.09 

Swiss swains, operetta. .S't-c Webster (B.) 1771.15 

Sworn at Highgate, musical farce. .See Daniel (G.) . . 1721.21 

Sylvana, opera. .S.e Somerset (C. A.) 1721.18 

Sylvester Daggerwood, interlude. .See Colman (G., the younger). 

Sympathy, comedietta. .See Dubourg (A. W.) 1773.00 

Tailor (Rubcvt). The hog hath lost his pearl, com. 4 acts. I7i 

Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 0. 1780 1722.06 

Tailor of Tamworth, farce. 1 act. !n F. M. D . v. 11. . 1771.09 
■ Take care of Dowb—,' farce. .'?«■ Morton (J. 11.) . . .1733.24 
Take care of little Charley, farce, .v. . Brougham (J.) . 1771.14 
Taking tho veil ; orthe harsh stepfather. .V-'' Hazlewood (C. H.) 
Talbot (R.) Tho .Serf, trag. 5 acts. In C. B. T., v. 10. . 1711.19 
Tale of a tub. .See Jonson (Ben). Works. 1853. . . . 1725.27 
Tale of mv^terv. melodrama. &•<■ Holcroft (T.) . . ,1711.08 
Talfourd (Frauds). Shylock. /n F. M. D.. v. 17. . . .1771.12 
Talfourd (Thomas Noou). Tragedies. N. Y., 1849. 12°. . 1744.08 
Contents : Ion, trag. .\thenian captive, trag. Oleucoe, trag. 

— Ion. tragedy. 5 acts, /ii F. S. D., v. 1 1772.01 

Tamerlane, trag. .See Rowe (S.) 1714.10 ; 1732.19 

Tamburlaine the great, trag. See Marlowe (('.) Dram, works. 
Taming of a shrew. 1 act. /h Six old plays, v. 1. 1770.1742.29 
Taming of the shrew. See Shakspere (Wm.) 

Tancred and Gismunda. trag. .v.f Wilmot (R.) . . . .1722.02 
Tancred and Sigismnnda. trag. .Vic Thomson (J.) . . 1714.09 

Tantara-rara, rogues all. See O'Keeffe (John) 1734.00 

Tartnfle : or the iniposter. .v.-.- Moliere (J. B. P.) 1733.'28 : 1733.21 

Taste.com. .S'.v Foote (S.) Works, v. 1. 1799 1724.18 

Tatler (The) ; or indiscreet lover, com. .9ft' Voltaire (F. M. A.de). 

Tayleure (Clifton W.) Boy martyr of Sept. 12, 1814. 3 acts. In 

F. S. D.. V. 32 1772.24 

— Horseshoe Robinson. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 27. . 1772.21 

— The drunkard's warning, drama. 3 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 45. 
Taylor (Henry). Poetical works. 3 v. L., 1804. 16°. . . 1092.32 

Contents : v. 1. Philip Van Artevelde. 2. Edwin the 
Fair. Isaac Comnenus. 3. A Sicilian summer. St. Clem- 
ent's Eve. 
Taylor (Tom). Blighted beiiig, farco. 1 act. /« F. M. D., v. 31. 

— Fool's revenge. 3 acts, /ii F. S. D., v. 42 1772.29 

— Helping hands. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 35 1772.25 

— Retribution. 4 .-icts. /ji F. S. D.. v. 10 1772.17 

-— Still waters run deep. com. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 35. 1772.'26 

— Ticket-of leave man. 4 acts. In F. S. D.. v. ii. . . 1772.29 

— To oblige Benson, com. 1 act. /" F. M. D.. T. 11. . 1771.09 

— Virtims, comedy. 3 acts. /« F. S. D., v. 24. . . . ■i;iil'20 

— and Reade (Charles). Masks anil faces, comedy. 2 acts. In 

F. S. D.. v. 30 1.772.23 

— Ill,; Reade (Charles). Two loves and a life. 4 acts. InT.S. 

D.. V. 34 1772.'25 



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Taylor {'I'hoinas ProcluB). The bottle, dt-ania. 2 acta. In F. M. 
D., V. ;) 1771.1);) 

— Cbaiu of (^nilt ; or inn on tbo bcalli, romantic drftma. 2 actn. 

Ill 0. M. T., V. 12 1721.27 

Teddy Hoe. farce. Sec Stirling (Edw.) 1771.1(1 

Teddy tbe tiler, farce. See Eodwcll (O. II.) 1711.25 

Tekeli ; or tbi' siege of Mori t);atz. mcloilr. «ee Hook (T. E.) 1711.30 

Temper, c.iinedy. Srr Bell (U.I 1772.07 

Temperance doctor, drama. Sn- Seymour (H.) .... 1772.110 

Tempest (Tbe). ,S'cf Shakspere (William). 

Tempest (Tbe) ; or tbo eucbauted island, com. .S'e« Dryden 

(.lubii) B(I42.1C 

Temple btau. com. AVe Fielding (H.) Works, v. 1. . . 6037.20 
Temptation : or tbe Irisb cinisraut. .'>Vc Brougham (J.) 1771.08 

Ten uit'lile m a bar-room. .sv. Pratt (W. W.) 1772.29 

Ten tbouBanil a year, drama. .Viy Peake (R. B.) . . . . 1721.;il 
Tender busband ; or tlio accomplisbed fools, com. See Steele 

{Sir It.) 17U.10 ; 1732.19 

Tennyson (A.) Qtieen Mary ; drama. 1875 1C.'.KJ.41 

Terentius Afer (Publius). AVr tinihr his name, in general alpfiaOrf. 
Terrible tbiiiker! farce. .V.c Williams (T. J.) . . . .1771.24 
Terry (Daniel). Guy Manucring ; or tbe gypsy's propbccy. 

musical play. ;l acts. Jn O.B.I., y. i.i 1721.10 

Same. In F. S. D.. v. 10 1772.10 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl, dr., v. 12. 1821. 1734.21 

Thalaba. tbo destroyer, melodrama. .Sre Fitz-Ball (E.) . 1721.20 

That blessed baby, farce. .Vef Moore (J. G.) 1771.09 

That uose I farce. .Vw Woolf (U. E.) . ...'... .1771.21 

That rascal Pat. farce. .SVc Grover (J, Holmes) 1771.23 

Thaxter (.\. Wallace). Grotto nymph. 1 a. In T. M. D.,v.34. 1771.21 
Therese. tbe orphan of Geneva. .V'. Payne (J. H.) . .1721.07 
Thersytes. interlude. 1 .let. /» Four old plays. 1818. .1724.20 
Theseus and Ariadne, or the marriage of Bacchus, classical es- 

trav. See Planche (J. K.| 1741.12 

Thesmopboriazusae. .V-.r Aristophanes. Comedies, v. 2. 1712.1(1 
Thierry and Tbeodoret. See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) 

Works. V. 1 1713.01 

Thirty three next birthday, farce. See Morton (J. M.) . 1733.24 
Thomas .\'Becl(et ; hist. play. See Jerrold (Douglas). . 1721.20 
Thomas and ,S:dl.v ; or the sailor's return, mus. eiit. 2 acts. In 

London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

Thompson (Charles Pelham). Gambler's fate. 2 acts. In C. 

B. T.. V. 17 1711.17 

— - Dumb Savoyard, and bis monkey, melodrama. 1 act. In 

Lacy. V. 98 1773.08 

Thomson (.lames). Tancred and Sigismuuda, trag. 5 acts. In 

British drama, v. 1. 1863 1714.09 

■ Same. In London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

— An uncle too many, mue. farce. 2 acts. In O. M. T.. 

V. 11 1721.'2(1 

Thomson (Mortimer). Lady of the lake, travestie. 1 act. In 

F. M. D., v. 22 1771.16 

Thornton (L. M.) Postman's knock, mu.s. farce. 1 act. In C. 

B. T.. V. 48 1721.15 

Thracian wonder, com.; by J. Webster and W. Rowley. In 

Webster (J.) llram. works, v. 4. 1857 1744.27 

Three (Tbe) and tbo deuce. &e Hoare (P.) 1721 .o.t 

Three cuckoos, farce. See Morion (J. M.) 1733. '24 

Three guardsmen. See Rice (C.) 1772.17 

Three musket-dears. See Paulton (J. and H.) . . . . 1773.05 

Three weeks after marriage. See Murphy (A.) 1714.09 ; 6057.09 
Thumping legacy, farce. See Morton (J. M.) ..... 1771.10 

Ticket of-leave man. See Taylor (Tom). ...... 1772.29 

Ticklish times, farce. See Morton (J. M.) ...... 1771.20 

Time tries all. See Courtney (J.) 1772. '26 

Time works wonders, com. See Jerrold (Douglas). . . 1725.24 

Timoleon. .V*?f Alfieri (V.) Tragedies, v. 2 1712.11 

Timon of Athens, play, .^fc Shadwell (T.) ...... 1742.22 

Timon of Athens, trag. .S'.-f Shakspere (WMlliam). 
Timour the Tartar, melodrama, .sv,- Lewis (M. G.) . . 1711. '29 
'Tis pity she's a whore. See Ford (.1.) Dr. works. 1851. 1735.02 
• 'Tis tbe darkest hour before dawn,' com. See Mack (R. E.) 
Titus and Berenice, trag. See Otway (T.) Works, v. 1. . 1734.08 
To oblige Benson, comedietta. See Taylor (Tom). . . 1771.09 
To I'aiis and back for five pounds, farce. See Morton (J. M.) 

Tobacconist (The), farce. ,^'>: Jonson (B.) 1732.18 

Tobias (Return of). See Genhs {Mme. de). Sacred drama. 1721.32 
Tobin (John). The Curfew play. 5 acts. /« C. B. T., v. 43. 1721.10 
Same. In London stage, v. 4. 18'27 1732.20 

— Honeymoon.com. 6acts. 7n C. B. T.. v. 13. . , .1711.13 

Same. 5 acts, //i F. S. D., v. 1 1772.01 

Tom and Jerry ; or life in London, operatic extrav. See Mon- 

criefr(W.T.) 1711. :i;l 

Tom Bowling, nautical drama. See Campbell (A. L. V.) . 1721.18 

Tom Cringle. .V.e Fitzball (E.) 1772 17 

Tom Noddy's secret, farce. .S''-': Bayly (T. H.) .... 1771.21 
Tom Thumb the Great (Tragedy of tragedies ; or). See Fielding 

(H.) 6037.'2O: 1731.18: 1711.09; 1711.23 

Tomkis (— ). Albumazar, com. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) Old 

plays, V. 7. 1780 1722.07 

Tony Lumiikin in town. See O'Kceffe (J.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1734.01 
Too much for good nature. A't* Falconer (E.) .... 1771.23 
Toodles (The), domestic drama. 2 acts. In F. M. D.. v. 7. 1771.07 
Torquato Tasso. *'e Goethe (J. W. von,. Dr. works. 1851. 17'25.ol 
Tour (La) de Nealc : or tbe chamber of death. See Gaillardet 

(T. F.) and Dumas (A.) 1772.11 

iV-„fe._Tb#title-page mistakenly ascribes the authorship 

to Victor Hugo. 

Tourists' ticket, farce. See WilUams (T. J.) 1773.011 

Tourner (Cyril). Revenger's tragedy. 5 acts. In Dodsley (J.) 

Old plays, V. 4. 1780 172'2.01 



Tower of Loudon ; or the death omen and tbe fate of Lady Jane 

Grey. .See Higgle (T II.) nm; Lacy (T. H.) . . .1773.0* 

Tower of Nesle ; or, chamber of death : [tr.] by G. Almar. See 

Gaillardet (T. 1'.) ttiirf Dumas (A.) 1721.21 

Town and country, com. See Morton (T.) 1711.23 

Town (Till.) fop. .Vee Bchn (.t/rs. A.) Plays, v. 3. 1873. 6(ei.06 

Townley (/^-u. James). High life below stairs, farce. 2 acts. 

/H C. B. T., v. 13 1711.13 

— Same. In British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same. /B London stage, V. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Townsend ( W. ''.'bompson). Blow in the dark, comedietta. 1 act- 

/" Lacy. V. 100 1773.10 

— Gold liend ; or the demon gamester, drama. 3 acts. In 

Lacy, V. 107 1773.17 

— Lost ship, nautical drama. 3 acts. In F. S. D., v. 39. 1772.27 

— Mary's dream ; or far. far at seal melodrama. 3 acts. In 

Lacy, V. 107 1773.17 

Toy (Tbe) ; or tbe lie of tbe day. .See O'Keeffe (J.) . .1731.00 
Trachiniae. .Vre Sophocles. Tragedies. 1744.02; 1711.01; 1743.23 
Tradesman's sou. drama. 2 acts, /rt Lacy. v. 105. . . 1773.15 
Tragedy of Alpbonsus, emp. of Germany. .S'ee Chapman (G.) 

Tragedy of errors. .S'ee Putnam (.If?-*. M. L.) 1742.08 

Tragedy of success. See Putnam (it/i-s. M. L.) .... 1742.09 

Traitor (Tbe), trag, .S'ee Shirley (James) 1743.04 

Traitors' gate ; or the tower of London in 1553. See Lucas 

(W. J.) . ; 1773 05 

Tramp's adventure ; or true to the la-st. .See Phillips (F.) 1773.15 
Trappolin, tragi-com. 5 acts. See Cokain ('Sir A.) Dr. works. 

1871 1713.31 

Travellers (The) ; or mus. fascination, opera, .See Cherry 

(A.) 1721.08 

Treasure (The), com. .See Lessing (G. E.) . . 1732.10 ; 1732.30 

Treasure (Tbe). .See Plautus (M. A.) ('omedies 1741.14 

Trial, com. .See BaiUie (J.) Works. 18i;i 1712.2'i 

Trial by jury, dram, cantata. See Gilbert (W. S.) Orig. plays. 

1870 1724.34 

Tribulation; or unwelcome visitors, com. .See Poole (J.) 1711.12 
Trick to catch tbe old one, drama. .See Middleton (T.) . 1733.1*2 
Trinummus ; the three pieces of money. .See Plautus (M. A.) 1742.04 
Trip to Calais, com. .See Foote (S.) Works, v. 2. 1799. 1721. TJ 
Trip to Scarborough, com. See Sheridan (R. B.) 
Triplet (James). Call at number 1-7, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., 

V. 30 , 1771.22 

— Supper in Dixie, farce. 1 act. /n F. M. D.. v. 37. . , 1771.-22 

Triumph of beauty. .See Shirley (James). 1713.08 

Triumph of honour, lo^ death, time : moral lepresentations. 

.Sec Beaumont {F.)iuid Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 2. . 1713.02 
Triumph of peace, masque. .See Shirley (James). . . . 1713.08 
Troilus and (.Irissida, trag. .See Shakspere (W.) 
Troilus and Cressida : or truth found too late. trag. See Dry- 
den (J.) 6042.19 

Trojan dames. .See Euripides (p. 150 of Catalogue). 
Trowbridge (J. T.) Neighbor Jackwood. 5 acts. In F. S. D., 

v. 37 1772.'2e 

Truculentus ; tbe churl. .Sec Plantns (M. A.) 1712.05 

Truea8Steel.com. .See Eeeve (W.) 1773.0-^ 

True-bom (The) Englishman. .Sec Defoe (D.) Works, v. '20. 5032.20 

True widow, com. .See ShadweU (T.) 1679 1712.-2U 

Truebay Cosio (T. dc). Mr. and Mrs. Pringle, comic interlude. 

1 act. /nC. B. T..V. 31 1711.31 

Trumpeters (taugbter. .See Coyne (J. S.) 1771.21 

Trying it on. farce. .See Brough (Wm.| 1771.17 

Tryphon. trag. .See Boyle (R.) Dr. works, v. 1. 1739. . 1714.06 
Tuke (Sir Samuel). Adventures of five hours. 5 acts. In Dods- 
ley (J.) Old plays. V. 12. 1780 17'2'2.12 

Tumble-down Dick, or Phitton in the suds. See Fielding (H.) 

Turn out. tarce. See Kenney (J.) 1721.13 

Turn liim out, farce. .Sec Wilhams (T. J.) ..... 1772.22 
Turned-head, farce. See A'Beckett (G. A.) ..... 1721. '28 
Turnpike gate. mus. farce. See Knight (T.) ..... 1711.20 
Tweedleton's tail-coat, farce. .See Williams (T. J.) . . 1771.24 
Twelfth-night . or what you will, com. See Shakspere (Wm.) 
Twenty minutes under an umbrella. See Dubourg(A. W.) 1773. IGi 
"Twenty minutes with a tiger, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 33. 

Twice told tale. .See Wooler (J. P.) 1771.21 

Twin-brothers (The). .See Plautus (M. A.) 1741.15 

Twin-rivals (The), com. See Farquhar (G.) 1741.31 

Twine (Lawrence). Patterue of painful adventures. In Shake- 
speare's library, v. 4. 1875 1751.17 

Twins of Wars-aw, melodrama. See Somerset (C. A.; . . 1721.30 

Two bhoys, burletta. .Sec Dance (C.) 1771.22 

Two blinds, operetta. See Clements (A.) 1773.12 

Two Bonnycastles. .Sec Morion (J. M.) 1771.00 

Two buzzards, farce. .See Morton (J. M.) .... 1771.1(1 ; 17 
Two dais and a sharp, comedietta. See Maltby (A.) . .1773.10 
Two friends, drama. .See Lacy (.M. B.) . . . 1711.27 ; 1772.12 
Two galley slaves, melodrama. See Payne (J. H.) . . .1711.10 
Two gentlemen of Verona, com. See Shakspere (Wm). 
Two Gregories. or whero did the money come from ? farce. .Sec 

Dibdin (T.) 17'21.18 ; 1771.08 

Two loves and a life. .See Taylor (Tom) and Reade (C.) . 1772. '25 

Two misers, mus. ent. See O'Hara (K.) 1732.19 

Two noble kinsmen. .See Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) 1713.11 

Two Puddifoots, farce. .See Morton (J. M.) 1733.'24 

Two queens, com. .See Buckstone (J. B.) 1771.10 

Two strings to your bow, farce. .See Jephson (R.) . . 1711.30 
Two to one ; or Irish footman, farce. .See Clements (A.) 1773,03 
Two wise men and all tbe rest fooles. See Chapman (Geo.) 
'Twould puzzle a conjurer, comic drama. See Poole (J.) 1771.06 
Tyrannic love ; or the royal martyr, trag. See Dryden (J.) 6042.16 

Tyrant king of Crete, trag. See Sedley (C.) 1742.21 

Ugolino, trag. Sec Booth (J. B.) 1772.15 



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Undo Rip, farco. &c Poako (K, B.)' 1721.09 

Uncle Tom'8 cabin. Stx Ailcen (G. L.) 177'2.'22 

Uncle too nitiuy (Au). nuiB. farce. iV-; Thomson (J.) . . 1721.2(1 
Under the roHO, inua. cut. .Vet: Dibdin (T.) . . , . • 1721. :J1 

Undine. «a: Soane (Guorgu) 1772.21 

Unfinished {j.-ntk-iuan, larco. s,,- Sclbjr (U.) 1771. li) 

Unfortunate luvcra. trag. See D'Avenant (\V.) {p. 4UG of Cat). 
Unfortunate Mi.s.s Bailey : illtorluao. .See A'Bcckett (G. A.) 1721. 2i; 

Universal gallant. t:om. .Vee Fielding (II.) 50:(7.22 

Unnatural coiiibat. S« Massinger (Fbiliii). . 1735.02 ; 1733.07 
Unprotected female, farce. .Vc; Coyne (J. S.) .... 1771. !;» 

Up a tieo I farce, .v, r Williams (T. J.) 1773.08 

Upholsterer, com. .sv.' Murphy (A.) Works, v. 2. . . . 6057.09 

Used np. .See Mathews (i;.) 1771.02 

Valentine and Orson, melodrama. See Dibdin (T.) . , 1711.27 
Valentinian. .sVe Beaumont (F.) aw' Fletcher (J.) Works, v. 5. 

Valet do sham, farce. See Selby (C.) 1771.20 

Vampire (The), melodrama. See Planchu (■!. R.) . . . 1711.27 
Vanbrugh (.Vir John). Dramatic works. Ed. by L.Hunt. Lon- 
don, 1849. 8° 1714.31 

Contents : iEsop. The Confederacy. The Counting- 
house. The false friend. 

— City wives* confederacy, com. 5 acts. ' In British drama, v. 2. 

1853 1714.10 

Same. The Confederacy, in Lend, stage, v. 3. 1820. 1732.19 

Same. In Oxberry(W.) New Eugl. drama.v.l2.182I.1734.21 

— Provoked wife. com. 5 acts. In London stage, v. 3. 1732.19 

— and Gibber (C.) Provoked husband ; or a journey to London, 

com. 6 acts. /« 0. B. T., v. 3 171103 

Same. In British drama, v. 2. 1853 1714.10 

Same, //i London stage, v. 2. 1825 1732.18 

Same. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl, dr., v. 5. 1821. 1731.14 

Van Diemen's land, operatic dr. See MoncriefT (W. T.) 1721. 2.> 
Vellere (Dr. — ). King and rebel, drama. 4 acts. In Lacy, 

v. 100 1773.10 

— Meted out. drama. 4 acts. In Lacy, v. 99 1773.09 

Venetian (The) : or council of ton. See Reynoldson (T. H.) 1721.30 
Venice preserv'd. trag. See Otway (Thomas). . 1734.09 ; 1714. U9 
Venoni ; or the novice of St. Mark's, drama. See Lewis 

(M. Q.) 1721.05 

Venus in arms ; or petticoat colonel, comic interlude. See Wil- 
son (Sirs. C. B.) 1721.29 

Vermont wool-dealer, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 22. 1771.15 

■Very ago I" (The), com. .SV/j Gould (E. S.) 1724.30 

Very last days of Pompeii I class, burlesque. .?('e Reece (R.) 
Very woman (A); or prince of Tarent. A'ee Massinger (P.) 1735.02 

Veteran (The). See Wallack (J. L.) 1772.22 

Vicar of Wakefield. See Coyne (J. 8.) 1772.11 

Victims, comedy. See Taylor (Tom) 1772.20 

Victor vail<|uishril, com. See Dance (C.) 1771.16 

Victorine. See Buckstone (.1. B.) ■ 1772.21 

Village lawyer, fane. 2 acta. /« C. B. T., v. 14. . . .1711.14 

.Same. /(iF. M. D., v. 20 1771.14 

Village nightingale, burletta. .SVe Craven (H. T.) . , • 1773.18 
Villiers (George, 2d dnke of Buckingltam). The rehearsal. Ed. 

by E, Arbcr. London, IStiS. 18° 5011.05 

Viola. See Maturin (E.) 1772.21 

Virgin martir, trag.; by T. Dekker and P. Massenger. See 

Dekker(T.) Dram, works, v. 4. 1873 172221 

Same. In Massinger (P.) Plays, v. 1. . 1733.00; 1735.02 

Virgin of the aun. play. See Kotzebue (A. F. F. von). . 1732.02 
Virgin unmasked, mua. farce. .See Fielding (H.) . . . 1732.19 
Virginia. See Alfleri (V.) Tragedies, v. 1. 1815. . . . 1712.10 
Virginius, trag. See Knowles (J. S.) 1732.05; 1732.0(; ; 1711.00 

Virtuoso (The), com. See Shadwell (T.) 1091 1742.22 

Vittoria Corombona (White devil ; ur). tiag. See Webster (J.) 
Volpone ; or the fox. .SVe Jonson (Ben). Works. 1853. 1725.27 
Voltaire (F. M. A. de). Dramatic works. Tr. by H. Dowiimau. 

2v. Loudon, 1781. 8' 1714.21 

Contents : v. 1. Tragedies, tr. by H. Downman : CEdipus, 
Brutus. Mariamne. The death of Caesar. 2. Comedies, tr. 
by D. Williams. The Tatler or the indiscreet lover, Nan- 
ine, The Prodigal. The coffee-house or the Scotch-woman, 
The Right of the lord of the manor. 

— Dramatic works, (i v. London, 1701-03. IG". . . .6081.12 

Note. — These constitute v. 12-15. 18. and 25 of his ' Works.' 
Contents : v. 1. CEdii)us. trag. Mariamne. trag. Discourse 
on trag. Brutus, trag. 2. Dissert, on tragedy. Semi- 
rarais. trag. Death of C'lesar, trag. Amelia, or the duke 
of Foix, trag. 3. Orestes, trag. The Prodigal, com. Let- 
ters on the tragedy of Merope. 4. Merope, trag. Nanine, 
trag. The Babbler, trag. Letters pref. to Zara. 5. Zara, 
trag. The Prude, com. Pandora, opera. 6- Mahomet, 
trag.. with ijref. letters. Socrates, drama. Alzira. trag. 

— Mahomet, the imposter, tragedy. Adapted from the French, 

by J. Miller. /« British drama, v. 2. 1822. . .1714.10 

Same. In London stage, v. 4. 1827 1732.20 

Votary of wealth, com. See Holman (J. G.) 1732.20 

Waiting for au omnibus, farce. See Morton (J. M.) . . 1733.21 
Waiting for the verdict ; or falsely accused. .SVe Hazlewood 

((J. H.) 1773.09 

Walcott (Charles M.) "Good fellow,' com. 1 act. InT. M. D.. 

v. 12 1771.10 

— Hiawatha, mua. oxtrav. 2 acts. In F. M. D.. v. 14. . 1771.11 

— Nothing to nurse, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 17. 1771.12 

— One coat for two suits, comic drama. 2 acts. In F. M. D., 

V. 15 1771.11 

Waldauer (Aug.) Fanchou, the cricket. 6 acts. In F. S. D.. 
V. 42 1772.29 

— Little barefoot. 5 acts. In F. S. D., v. 42 1772.23 

Waldron :W. E.) Lizzie Leigh ; or the murder near the old 

mill, domestic drama. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 93. . 1773.03 



Walker (C. E.) Warlock of the glen, melodrama. /« F. S. D.. 

V- 37 1772 20 

Walker (.John). Wild boy of Bohemia, mclodr. 2 acts In O 

B. T. v. 48 1,21. li 

Wallace; the hero of Scotland. See Barrjrmoro (\V.) . 1772. '24 
Wallack (J. Lester). The veteran. 5 acts. /« F.S.D.. v. 2k. 1772. '22 
Wallenslein (Tragedy of .Vlbertus), trag. See Glapthorne (H.) 

nin.oi; 

5004.25 



1039, 
Wallenslein. See Schiller (.J. C. F. vim). Works, v. 2. 

Waltz by Aiiliti. farce. See Oxcnford (J.) 

Wandering boys, or the castle of Olival. melodrama. 

In C. M. T.. v. 3 

Same. In F. S. D.. v. 23 

Wandering niinstrid. farce. ,Se,' Mayhew (II.) 



1773.11 
3 acts. 
1721.18 
1772.1'J 

1771.17 

Wanteda widow. See Boucicault (IJiou) and Seymour (C.) 1771.12 
Wanted 1090 siiirited ycumg milliuera. fur the gold diggings. 

farce. .Vee Coyne (.1. S.) 1771.17 

Wapping old stairs, nautical drama. See Savill (.1. V.) . 1721. "28 
Wardock Kennilsou ; cu* the wild woman of the village. See 

Fitz-Ball (E.) 1721.23 

Warlock of the glen, melodrama. See Walker (C. E.) . 1772.20 
Wasps. .SVe Aristophanes. Comedies. . . . 1712.17 ; 1712.15 
Watch and wait, drama. See Higgle (T. 11.) and Shepherd 

(R) 1773.10 

Watch dog of the Walsinghams, drama. .S'- e Simpson (.J.P.) 1773.02 
Waterman (The) ; or 1st of August, ballad opera. See Dibdin 

(<-'■) 1711.'23 

1721.20 
1714.18 
1711.20 
5057.10 



Waverley. or 60 years since. .S'ee Fitz-Ball (E.) . . 

Way of the world, com. i'ee Congreve (W.) . 1744.31 

Waytogetmarried.com. .Vo- Morton (T.) .... 

Way to keep him, com. ,S'.:e Murphy (A.) Works, v. 3. 

Ways and means, com. See Colman (Geo., //(,■ younger). 

Weakest goetb to the wall. .SVe Webster John). . . , 1744.'27 

Weathercock (The), farce. .See Allingham (J. T.) . . .1711.18 

Weatherly (Fred Edw. and .\. W. M.I Champagne, com. Adapted 
from the French. In Lacy. v. 98 177:(.08 

Webb (Charles). Belphegor. the mountebank ; or woman's con- 
stancy, drama. 3 acts, /ji C. B. T.. V. 47. . . . 1721,14 

Same. In F. S. D., v. 43 1772.29 

— Corsican brothers. 3 acts. In C. B. T.. v. 47. . . . 1721.14 
Weber (Carl Maria von). Der Freiscliutz ; or the seventh bul- 
let, opera. 3 acts. InO.B.T. y.'J 1711. irj 

Webster (Benjamin). Dead heart, hist, drama. :J acts. InT. S. 
D.. V.43 1772.'29 

— Giralda ; or the miller's wife, comic drama. 3 acta. In F. 

S. D., V. 30 1772.2B 

— Golden farmer ; or the last crime : domestic drama. 2 acts. 

/» C. M. T., V. 1721.'J1 

Same, //i F. M. D., v. 1 1771.01 

— High ways and by ways, farce. 2acts. In C. B. T., v. 28. 1711.28 

.Same. In F. M. D.. v. 18 1771.13 

-— Laughing hyena, larce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 25. . 1771.16 

— My young wife and my old umbrella, farce, lact. In F. M. 

D.. V. -27 1771.17 

— One touch of nature. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 36. . . 1771.22 

— l*aul Clifford, highwayman of 1770, drama. 3 acts. In CM. 

T. V. 1721.21 

— Swiss swains, operetta. 1 act. InT. M. D., v. 23. . 1771.15 
Webster (Benjamin. jr.) Just like Roger! larco. 1 act. In 

Lacy, V. 90 1773.05 

— Yule log. farce. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 98 1773.08 

Webster (John). Dramatic works. Ed. by W. HazUtt. 4 v. 

Loud., 1857. 12° 1744.24 

Conterits. 

Northward hoe, v. 1. 
Odes. V. 3. 

Thracian wonder iThe). v. 4. 
Verses. V. 4. 

Weakest goeth to the wall, v. 4. 
Westward hoe. v. I. 
White devil (The), or Vittoria 
Corombona, v. 2. 



Appius and Virginia, v. 3. 
Cure for a cuckold, v. 3. 
Devil's law case, v. 3. 
Duchess of .Malfi, v. 2. 
Famous hist, of Sir T. Wyatt, 

V. 2. 
Induction to the Malcontent.v.4 
Jlouument of honour, v. 3. 
Monumental column, v. 3. 

— Duche.ss of Malfl, trag. 6 acts, /n O. B. T., v. 40. .1721.13 

— 3Ialcontent. -Augm. by J. Marston. 5 acts, /n Marston (•!-) 

Works, v. 2. 1S56 1733.03 

Same. In Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 4. 1780. . . 17-22.04 

-— The white devil : or Vittoria Corombona, trag. 5 acts. In 

Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 0. 1780 1722.00 

Wedding (The), play. See Shirley (.lames) 1743.03 

Wedding-day (The), com. .S'ee Fielding (H.) . 6030.02 ; 5037.'22 
Wedding-day.com. .S'ee Inchbald (.1/ rs. Eliz.) .... 1772.18 

Wedding-gown.com. .SVe Jerrold (U.) 1725. '25 

Wehner i-l. li.) Principles form character, comedy. 3 acts. In 

F. M. D.. v. 22 1771.15 

Wept of Wish-ton-wish. 2 acts. /« F. S. D., v. '20. . .1772.18 
Werner, trag. .SVe Byron (G. G. N., lord). . . 1721.13 ; 1772.09 
West end ; or, the Irish heiress, com. See Boucicault (Uiou). 

West Indian, com. .See Cumberland (R.) 1714.10 

Westmacott (C. M.) Nettlewig hall ; or ten to one, mus. farce. 

2 acts. /« C. B. T.. V. 35 1721.02 

West-ward hoe ; by T. Dekker and J. Webster. .S'-e Dekker 

(T.) Dram, works, v. 2. 1873 1722.19 

Same. 5ee Websfer (J.) Dram, works, v. 1. 1857. 1744.24 

What next? faicc. .S'ee Dibdin (Thomas) 1732.20 

What you will. .S'ee Marston (J.) Works, v. 1. 1850. . . 17:11. 0-2 
Wheel of fortune, com. .vee Cumberland (R.) . 1711.11 ; 1732.17 
Where there s a w-ill tlifre's a way. com. .S'.e Morton (J. M.) 
Whetstones (George). Historye of Piomos and Cassandra, com. 

5 acts. //I Shakespeare's library. V. 6. 1874. . .1751.19 
Same. lu Six old plays, v. 1. 1779 1742.29 



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PLAYS : Which is the man U) Zring. 



Which is the mau. com. .Vec Cowley [Mis. 11. 1'.) . . . 17:)2.1K 
Which iH which y comedietta. S''i' Smith (S. T.) . . . 1773.07 
Which 'if the two V oomcalietta. .S'ce Morton (J. M.) . . 1733. i!4 
Whistlur ; or the tato of the lily of St. Lcouai'd's, drama. *'<■ 

Pitt (li. U.) 1773.07 

White {Ii>'v. Jamos). Feudal times, or court of James lli.. ot 

Scotlaud. 5 acts. /;i F. S. D.. v. U 1772.00 

— Kiiii! of the commons, fl acts. In F. S. D., v. 4. . 1772.04 

While cat, fairy extrav. Ktf Plancho (.J. K.) 1741 Vi 

White devil ; or Vittoria Corombona. trat^. .SV-*' Webster (.J.) 
Whitehead (\Vm.) Koman father, trag. 6 acts. In British dra- 
ma, V. ■!. 1853 1711,10 

Same. In London Btafie, v. 3. 182(; 1732. ly 

Whitty (Walter Dovereux). My husband's secret, farco. 1 act. 

//I Lacy, V. 102 1773.12 

Who killed cock robin? farce. .S'm Mathews (C.) . . .1771.23 
Who «t'>le the clock, operatic farce, .v..' Grisar (A.) . . 1773.10 
Who's my husband? farce. .Vee Morton (■!. M.) . . .1733.24 
Wicked world. Nee Gilbert (W. S.) OriK. plays. . . . 1724.34 
Widow Kreoheart ; or woman liatcrs. com. -SVe Hardy (E. T.) 
Widow Uauter. See Behn (Mrs. A.) Plays, v. 4. 1871, . 6021.07 
Widow's marriage, com. See Boker (G. II.) Plays, etc, v. 2. 

l,S.-,7 1714.05 

Widdowes teares. com. See Chapman (G.) Dr. works, v. 3. 

1,S73 1713.26 ; 1722.00 

Widow's victim, farce. See Selby (C.) 1771.03 

Wife (The) : a tale of Mantua. .S'"' Knowles (J. S.) 1732.05 ; 1732. (Mi 
Wife lor a mouth. .S'o/ Beaumont [F.l «k'( Fletcher (,I.) 1713.0'.! 
Wife well niauaged, farce. See CentUvre (Mrs. S.) Dr. works. 

V, 3. 1872 1714.27 

Wild boy of Bohemia, melodrama. .Sec Walker (J.) . . 1721.15 

Wild K'ailalit, com. .V.-' Dryden (John) 6042.15 

Wild goose chase. Sre Beaumont (F.) and Fletcher (J.) 1713.08 

Wild Irish girl. .Stv Pilgrim (.lames.) 1772.20 

Wild iiiiiu ; melu-drama. .v..- Dibdin (O.) 1721.20 

Wild "Ills ; or the strolling gentlemen. See O'KeefTe (J.) 1734.05 
Wild .vouth, com. .SV.- Kotzebue (A. F. F. von). . . . 1732.02 
Wilkins George). Blisenes of enforced marriage. 5 acts. In 

Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 5. 1780. ...... 1722.05 

Wilkins (G. P.) My wife's mirror, comedy. 1 act. /»F. M. D.. 

V. 13 1771.10 

— Young New York, com. 3 acts. In T. S. D., v. 24. . 1772-20 
Wilkins (.John H.) Civilization. 5 acts. In F. S. D.. v. 13. 1772.13 
Wilks crhoinas Egertou). Bamboozling, farce. 1 act. In F. M. 

D.. V. 3 1771.03 

— Br-n the boatswain, nautical dr. 3 acts. InT. S. D.,v.l9. 1772.17 

— C.iptain's not a-miss, farce. 1 act. /» F. M. D.. v. 20. 1771.14 

— Crown prince, drama. 2 acts. /« F. M. D., v. 13. ,1771.10 

— Jacket of blue, burletta, 1 act. In Lacy, v, 108, . . 1773.18 

— Michael Erie. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 31 1772.23 

— Raffaelle the reprobate. 2 acts. In F. S. D., v. 30. . 1772.20 

— KoU of the drum, drama. 3 acts. In Lacy, v. 103. . 1773.13 

— Sergeaut's wedding, comic drama. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 01, 

— Seven clerks, romantic drama. 2 acts, fn F. S. D,. v. 15. 1772.15 
-- Sudden thoughts, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D , v. 31. . 1771. 1'J 

Will ( rlie). com. See Reynolds (F.) 1711.21 

Willauatheway.com. .Vtr Calvert (G. 11.) 1714.19 

William Simpson (rhc). comedietta. See Fitzgerald (P.) 1773.11 
William Tell. play. See Knowles (J. S.) . . . 1732.05 ; 1711.22 

William Tell. Sm Schiller (J. C. F. von) 5064.'25 

WillKim Thompson ; or which is he? farce. See Boaden (C.) 
Williams (Thomas (J.) Core for the fidgets, farce. 1 act. In 

F. M. D., v. 30 1771.23 

— Ici on parte Franijais, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 38. 1771.23 

— Out to nurse, farce. 1 act. //iF. M. D.. v. 32. . . . 1771.-20 

— Terrible thinker! farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 40. . 1771.'24 

— A Tourist's ticket, farce. /nLacy, v. 00 1773.00 

— Turn him out. farce. 1 act. /ii F. M. D.. v. 37. . . 1772. '22 

— Tweodleton's tail coat, farce. In F. M. D., v. 41. . 1771.24 

— Up a tree ! farce, fact, /ii Lacy, v. OS 1773.08 

— a?n( Harris (A.) Ruth Oakley. 3 acts. /« F. S. D.. v. 30. 1772.'20 
Williams (W. H.) The wreck ; or, the buccaneer's bridal, domes- 
tic burletta. 2 acts. /H C. M. T., V. 4 1721.19 

Willow copse. See Boucicault (Dion) 1772.23 

Wills (\Vm. G.) Charles the First, an hist, drama. Edinburgh, 

1873. 8" , 1744.32 

Wills |W. H.) Larboard fin ; or twelve months since, drama. 

3 acts. In C, M. T., V, 13 1721.'28 

Wilmot (Robert). Tailored and Gismunda, trag. 6 acts. In 

Dodsley (J.) Old plays, v. 2. 1780 1722.02 

Wilson {Mrs. Cornwall Baron). Venus iu arms; or petticoat 

colonel, comic interlude. 1 act. In O. M. T., v. 14. 1721.29 
Winning a husband ; or. seven's the main, interlude. See 

Macfarren (G.) 1721.20 ; 1771.12 

Winning hazard, comedietta. See Wooler {J. P.) . . . 1771.23 
Winter's tale. See Shakspere (Wm.) 

Wit at several weapons. See Beaumont (F.) atid Fletcher (J.) 
Wit in a couetable, com. 'V''' Glapthorne (H.) Plays, fitc, v. 1. 

1874 17-23.32 

Wit without money. .S'ee Beaumont (F.) itiui Fletcher (J.) 1713.04 
Witch (I'hcl. tragi-com. .Ver Middlelon (T.l Works, v. 3. 1733,13 
Witch of Edmonton, tragi-com.; by W. Rowley. T. Dekker. J. 

Ford, am; others, .v.c Dekker (T.) Dr, works, v. 4, 1722.21 

Same. .S'« Ford (J,) Dr. works. . . . 1735.02 ; 1724.14 

Witchcraft, trag. See BailUe (J.) 'Works. 1851. . . . 1712.22 

Witty fair one, play. See Shirley (James) 1743.03 

Wits (The), com. See Davenant CW.) 17-22.08 

Wits (The), or sport Ulion sport. See Kirkman (F.) 1072. 1732.01 
Wives as tliey were, and maids as they are, com. .See Inchbald 

(,l/i-.<. Eliz.) 1711.10 

Wizardof the moor ; melodrama. ,>?« Gott (H.) . . . 1721. -21 
Wizard of the wave. See Haines (J. T.) 1772.21 



Woman hater. Sr Beaumont (F.) tin.; Fletcher (J.) . . 1713.0 
Woman-hater, com. .Vw Les.sing (i.i. E I ...... 173'2.30 

Woman (Tlie) I adore I farce. See Morion (J. M.) . . . 1733.24 
Woman in red. drama. See Coyne (S) ........ 1773.02 

Woman in the luoono. See Lyly (J.) Dr. works, v. 2. 18.50. 1732.16 
Woman is a weathercoi-k. com. See Field (N.) 1829. . . 1724,11 
Woman killed with kindness. See Heywood ('1'.) 1722.07 ; 170l>.44 
Woman never next ; or widow of Cornliill. com. See Rowley 

(W.) 1711.06 

Woman's prize. Sec Beaumont (F.) uin( Fletcher (J.) . 1713.07 
Woman's wit, com. See Gibber (C.) Dr. works, v. 1, . 1713.27 
Woman's wit : or love's disguises. -V"; Knowles (J. S.) Dr. 

works 1732.05; 1732.07 

Women beware women, trag, .S*'-'.- Middleton (T.) , . .1733.14 
Women pleased, .v--'-- Beaumont (F.) a7i(/ Fletcher (J.) . 1713.07 
Wonder (The) : a woman keeps a secret, com. .Vc-- Ccntlivre 

{Mrs. a.) 1714, '27 ; 1714.0'J 

Wonder of a kiugdome. ,5e.: Dekker (T.) 1722.21 

'Wonder of women ; or the tragedie of Bophouleba. See Mars- 
ton (J.) 1733.02 

Wonderful woman, com. .See Dance (C.) 1771.24 

Wood (.Arthur). Bilious attack, farce. 1 act, /?j Lacy, v. 00. 1773.0(1 
Wood (t;. A. F.) Irish broom-maker, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D., 

v. 10 1771.09 

Woodcock's little game, com. -farce. See Morton (J. M.) 1733. '24 
Woodman (The), t^omic opera. .S'ee Dudley (B.) . . . 1732.20 
Woodman's hut, melodrama. In Oxberry (W.) New Engl, dr., 

V. 4. I.S18 1734.13 

Woodworth (Samuel). Forest rose. 2 a<:ts. In F. S. D., 

V. 41 1772 -28 

Wooing <mc's wife, farce. ,S'ee Morton (J. M.) .... 1733.*24 
Wooler (J. P.) Love iu livery, farce. 1 act. /« F. M. D , 

V. -27 1771.17 

— Allow me to apologize, farce. 1 act. In Lacy, v. 105. 1773.15 

— IVIau without a head, farce, 1 act. In F. M. D., v. 34. 1771.21 

— Plots for iiettieoats. farce. 1 act. In Lacy. v. 102. . 1773.1*2 

— Twice (old tale, farce. 1 act. In F. M. D.. v. 34. . 1771.21 

— A winning ha/.ard. comedietta. 1 act. In F.M.D-.v. 39. 1771. '23 
Woolf (lieiij. I'Aiwardl. Don't forget your opera glasses, farce. 

1 art. Ill F. M. D.. V. 27 1771.17 

— That nose ! larce. 1 act. /« F. M. D.. v. 36. . . .1771.21 
World amL8tas;c, com. .S'ee Simpson (J. P.) /« Lacy, v. 97. 1773.07 
World (The) in a village. .S'ee O'Keeffe (J.) Dr. works, v. 4. 

1798 1734.07 

World tost at tennis, masque. See Middleton (T.) and Rowley 

(Wm.) I733.1.'> 

Wreck (The); or buccaneer's bridal, domestic burletta. .S'ee 

Williams |W. H.) 1721.19 

Wreck asliore. .S'ee Buckstone (J. B.) 1772.'2t 

Writing-desk (The) ; or youth iu danger. .S'ee Kotzebue (A. F. F. 

vou). 1732.04 

Writing on the wall, melodrama. .S'ee Morton (T. and J. M.) 
Wycherley (Wm.) Dramatic works. Ed. by Leigh Hunt. Lou- 
don. 1841. 8° 1744.31 

Contents : The country wife. The gentleman dancing- 
master. Love in a wood, or St. James's park. Plain- 
dealer. A journey to London. The mistake. The pro- 
voked wife. The Relapse, or virtue in danger, 

— Country gii-l, com. 5 acts. Altered by D. Garriek. In Lon- 

don stage, V. 1. 1825 1732.17 

Same. /« Oxberry (W.| New Engl, dr., v. 8. 1818. 1734.17 

Note. — Based upon the Cid of Corueille. 

X Y. Z.. farce. 2 acts. .S'ee Oolman (George) 1711.25 

Xiraena ; or the heroic daughter, trag. .S'ee Gibber (C.) . 1713.29 

Yankee laud, comedy. .See Logan (C. A.) 1771.17 

Yankee peddler, farce. .S'ee Barnett (M.) 1771.15 

Yellow dwarf and the king of the gold mines, fairy extrav. 

.S'ee Planche (J. R.) 1741.12 

Yes, operatic interlude. See Somerset ((.'. .\.) .... 1721.17 
Young {Sir Charles L.) Charms, drama. 4 acts. In Lacy, v 

104 1773.14 

— Gilded youth, drama. 4 acts. In Lacy. v. 99. . . . 1773.09 

— Miss Chester. .S'.-e Marryat (Florence) and Young (C. L.) 

— Montcalm, drama. 5 acts. In Lacy, v. 98 1773.08 

— Shadows, drama. 4 acts. In Lacy, v. 100 1773.10 

Young (Edward). The revenge, trag. 6 acts. In G. B. T., 

v. 1.5 1711.15 

Same. /« Brit, drama, v. 1. 18,53 1714.09 

Same. /« London stage, v. 1. 1825 173'2.17 

Young admiral, com. .S'ee Shirley (J.) Dram, works, v. 3, 1743.05 
Young aud handsome, fairy extrav. .See Planche (J. R.) In 

Lacy 1741.12 

Young liuzzar. operatic drama. .See Dimond (W.) . . . 1721.08 
Young lung (The). *te Behn {.Vrs. A.) Plays, v. 2. 1871. 5021.05 

Young New 'York, com. .See Wilkins (G. P.) 1772.20 

Young quaker. com. .See O'Keeffe (John) 1721.04 

Young reeler, farce. .See Soane (George) 1721. '23 

Young si-auip, farce. .See Stirling (E.) 1771.22 

Young scholar, com. See Lessing (G. E.) 1732.30 

Young widow, comic piece. .S'ei Rodwell (T. «.) . . . 1771.09 
Younger brother. See Behn {Mrs. A.) Plays, v. 4. 1S71. 5021.07 

Your live gallants, play. *-e Middleton (T.) 1733.12 

Your hlc's iu dauger. farce. See Morton (J M.) . . .17.33.24 
Your vote aud iuterest. electioneering squib. -S-e Maltby (A.) 
Youth, love and folly ; or the Uttlo jockey, comic opera. .Se« 

Dimond (W.) 1721.06 

Youthful qiiecu, com, ,S'ee Shannon (C.) 1711.21 

Yuk log. farce, i'ec Webster (B.,j'e.) y« Lacy. v. 98. .1773.08 

Zara, trag. .Sec Hill (A.) 1714.10 ; 1732.20 

Zarah. romantic drama. .See Soane (G.) 1721.02 

ZeUna. .See Somerset (C. A.) 177'2.26 

Zenobia. trag. .See Murphy (A.) Works, v. 1 6057.08 

Zring. trag. .See K6rner(0, T.) Life, c(c 1C51.'27 



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PLAYTIME -PLUTARCHUS 



901 



Play time witli tho poets : poetry for cliildren. By 

:ihu\y. Loiulon, 1870. sij. 18^ . . .1670.18 

Plea lor art "in the huuso. .Vce Loftie (\V. J.) U.'il.la 

Plea for TTrani;i : astral Kcicnco. L., 18.54. 8°. 381 1.08 

Pleader's t^ni'lf. "■ poem, with tVie arfjuinents of coun- 

selliir liollior'um and counsellor Bore'ura. By 

the latu John Surrebutter [p.sciid.'i 1st Amer. 

ed. Phil., 185;). 8' 5611.18 

Pleading. See Law. {Pleading, p. 090). 

Pleasant conceits of old Hobsoii. the niorry Londoner. 1581. 

ILondoii, fticv soc, V. 'J. 1844. 12'] 6060.09 

Pleasant days in ploasaut places. A"'-- Watford (E.) . . 951.:3.'» 

Pleasant ways in science. .%«? Proctor (U. A.) ... .390015 

PleasoiitoiJ ( Ooi. Auj^ustus J. ) Influence of the blue 

ray of the sunlight and of the blue colour of the 

sky, in developing animal and vegetable life ; in 

arresting disease, etc. Phila., 1870. 8°. 4323.34 

Pleeisure. 

— Cw((Mr(; of pleasure. 3d ed. L., 1872. 8° 3541.06 

— Dallas (E. S.) Gay science. 2 v. 1800 03:14.11 

.8®" See ahti Happiness (p. 0051 ;— Cheerfulness (p. 2(;3). 
Pleasure {in a:S(hetie&). See Fine arts {.KUhelies. p. 538). 
Pleasure {in murals). See Philosophy {Moral science, p. 859). 
Pleasure : a pnom. .S'.r Michell (Nicholas). 1871. . . .1607.00 

Pleasures of angling. .SV*? Dawson (ti.) 4010.29 

Pleasures of literature. S« Willmolt (U. A.) 1851. . . 2510. 11 

PlimsoU (Samuel, 18'i4). Our seamen, an ajipeal. 

Loudon, 1873. 10' 581(i.3(» 

— Hinton (B. -J.) Eugl. radical leaders. 1875. . . . 3221.14 
Pliiiy Ihe elder. [Lat. Caius Pliiiiiis Seeundus]. 

— Histoire naturelle. Avec la tradurtion, par E. 

Littre. 2 v. Paris, 1865. 8'. [Nisard's collec- 
tion] 772O.10 

— Naturalis histori;e libri xxxvii. Ex. ed. G. Brotier; 

cum notis et interpretatione. 12 v. Loud. 
Valpy, 1826. 8" 77 16. Oil 

Contents : 
ElencUus alphabeticus, etc., v. 1. I Not.-e variorum, v. 9-11. 
ludex, V. 11-12. Notitia literaria. v. 11. 

Naturalis historia, v. 1-10. | 

— Historie of the world, commonly called natural his- 

toric. Tr. by P. Holland. L., 1634. fol. 4738.01 

— Natural history. Tr., with notes, by J, Bostock 

and H. T. Riley. 6 v. Lond., Bo/oi, '1855-57. 12'. 
Note. — For contents see Natural history {anri. nt. p. .M05). 
Pliiiy Ike yowiijer. [Ldl. Caius PUiiiiis Caecilius 
Seeundus]. Epistles [letters] and I'aneg) rick 
[upon Trajan]. Tr. by several hands. With life, 
by Jlr. Henley. 2 v. in 1. L., 1724. 8=. 3143.30 

— Letters. Tr. of Melmoth. Rev. with notes and 

memoir, by F. C. T. Bosanrjuet. London, 
Bohn, 1878. 12" 3143.31 

— (Euvres completes. [Les lettres et Panegyrique de 

Trajan. Lat. et Fr.'] Paris, 1865. 8° [Ni- 
sard's Collection.] 772.'). 18 

— Pliny's letters. [Specimens, with notices of Pliny], 

by A. Church and W. J. Brodribb. Edin. and L., 

l^*72. 10°. [Auc. class, for Engl, readers]. :U43.2'J 

See Dub. uuiv. mag.. Apr.. 1870 (Letters of Pliny); 

Fortn. rev., v. 13, 1870, or Littell, 1870, v. 3 (Pliny, the 

younger, by W. J. Brodribb) : Westm. rev.. April, 1875 

(Pliny's letters) ; also, article in Smith's Dictionary. 

Plocacosmos, or hair-drcssiug. See Stewart (J.) 1782. Ii014.'23 

Ploii I Eugene). Thorwaldsen : his life and works. 

From the French, by J. M. Luyster. Boston, 

1873. 8° 3172.23 

Plotinus. Enneades. [Gr. etL,at.] Ed. F. Creuzer 
et G. H. Moser. Pi-imum acceduut Porphirii et 
Proeli lustitutiones et Prisciaui Solutiones. Ed. 
F. Dubner. Parisiis, Dkhit, 1855. 8°. . 7700 11 

— Five books, with introd. by T. Taylor. L., 1794. 8'^ 

Contents: On felicity. On the nature of evil. On Provi- 
dence. On nature, contemplation, and the One. The de- 
scent of the soul. 
— Porp'ftyrius, Do Vita Plotini. [ With Diogenes Laertius. 

Diilot, 1802.] 7704.15 

Plough (The). .See Struthors (J.) Poet, works, v. 1, 1851. 1087.15 
Pluche (Noel Autoine). History of the heavens, con- 
sidered according to the notions of the poets and 
philosophers, compared with the doctrines of 
Moses. From the French, by J. B. De Freval. 
3d ed. 2 v. London, 1752. 10°. . .4010.30 
Plumbing : a text-book. See Buchan (W. P.) . . . . 3942.25 
Pliimer (Wm. S., D. D.) Hints and helps in pastoral 
theology. N. Y., 1874. 12°. .... 358'">.08 
Plumpton correspondence ; letters chiefly domestick. 



written in the reigns of Edward IV., Richard 
III., Henry VII., and Henry VIII. Ed. by T. 
StapN'ton, from Sir K. l'liiiii]ituii'K book of let- 
ters ; with iioticcK of the family of Plum|iton. 
London, CaiiHlvri. sue, 183'J. 4'. . . . 5U2.04 
Plumptre (Edward Hayes). Acts of the apostles. 
London, 1870. 12° 3742.16 

— Biblical studies. 2d ed. L., 1873. 12°. . 3721.25 

— Gospel according to St. Mark. L., 1879. 12°. 

— Popuhir exjiosition of the ejiistles to the seven 

churches of Asia. N. Y., 1878. 12°. . .3750.23 

— " The spirits in prison ": a sermon on the state of 

the dead. London, 1871. 8° 3584.26 

Plumptre (7iei'. .James). A collection of songs. 3 v. 
London, 1806-08. 16" 1676.12 

— Four discourses on subjects relating to the amuse- 

ments of the stage. Cambridge, 1809. 8°. 173 1. "4 

— Observations on Hamlet : an attempt to prove thai Sliak- 

spearc designed it aK an indirect censure on Mary, queen 

of Scots. Cambridge. (A'7(*y/.,) 1790. 8" 1754.25 

Plurality of worlds. .S"'''- Astronomy. {Plurality of worlds, p. 64). 
Pluribustah. See Thompson (Mortimer M.) 1850. . , 1693.23 
Plus ultra ; or progrews of knov,'ledge since Aristotle. See G-lan- 

ville (Jcseph). lliliS 3914.28 

Pluteu'Chus. Fragmenta et spuria. Gr. et Lat. 

Emend. F. Diibner. Dklol, 185.5. 8°. 7766. IG 

— Morals. From the Greek, by several hands. Cor- 

rected and revised by W. W. Goodwin, lutrod. 

by R. "W. Emerson. 5 v. Boston, 1870. 8°.5435.26 
Contents : 

Acquaintance (Of large) : folly of seeking mauy friends 
V. 1. 

Aged man (An); whether he ought to meddle in stale 
afifairs, v. 5. 

Alexander the great (Fortune or virtue oO, v. 1. 

Auger (Cure of), v. 1. 

Animals: which are the most crafty, water animals, or 
those that breed upou the laud? v. 5. 

Apolonius (Consolation to), v. 1. 

Apothegms of kings aud great commanders, v. 1. 

Aristophanes and Menander (Comparison betwixi). v. 3. 

Athenians; whether more renowned for warlike achieve- 
ments or learning, v. 5. 

Banishment (Of), or flying one's country, v. 3. 

Banquet of the seven wise men, v. 2. 

Bash fulness, v. 1. 

Brotherly love, v. 3. 

Brute beasts make use of reason, v. 5. 

Children (Training of), v. 1. 

Cold (First principle of), v. 5. 

Colotes, the disciple of I'^ijicurus (Agaiust). v. 5. 

Concerning such whom God is slow to punish, v. 4. 

Conjugal precepts, v. 2. 

Curiosity, or over-busy iuquisitiveness into things im- 
pertinent, V. 2. 

Debt (Against miming in): usury, v. 5. 

Discourse to an unlearned prince, v. 4. 

•El* — word engraved over th gate of Apollo's temple at 
Delphi, v. 4. 

Enemies (How a man may receive profit from), v. 1. 

Envy aud hatred, v. 2 

Epicurus (That it is not possible to live pleasurably 
according to the doctrine of), v. 2. 

Fate, v. 5. 

Flatterer trom a friend (How to know a), v. 2. 

Fortune, v. 2. 

Flesh (Of eating of), v. 5. 

Garrulity, or talkativeness, v. 4. 

Government (Of tho three sorts of).— uionarchy, democ- 
racy, oligarchy, v. 5. 

Greek questions, v. 2. 

Health (Rules forthe preservation of), v. 1. 

Hearing (Of), v. 1. 

Herodotus's malice, v. 4. 

How a man may inoffensively praise himself without being 
subject to envy, v. 2. 

Index, v. 5. 

Isis aud Osiris, or ancient religion and iihilosophy of 
Egypt, V. 4. 

Lacedaemonians (Laws and customs of the), v. 1. 

Love. V. 4. 

Love (Five tragical histories of), v. 4. 

Moon (Face appearing with the orb of the), v. 5. 

Moral virtue, v. 3. 

Music, v 1. 

Names of rivers and mountains, and of such things as are 
to be found therein, v. 5. 

Natural affection toward one's oflf^priug, v. 4. 

Natural questions, v. 3. 

Nature (Sentiments concerning), with which philosophers 
were delighted, v. 3. 

Oracles : why they cease to give answer, v. 4. 

Orators (Lives of the ten), v. 5. 

Parallels: comparison between the Greek and Roman his- 
tories, V. 6, 



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Plutarchus. Morals, eont'matd. 

I'hiloBupber ought chiefly tu couvcfbo with great mou 

(Xiiat a), V. 2. 
Platijuic quoHtioiiB. v. 5. 

Plutart-h's couHolatoty letter to hiH wife, v. 5. 
PoetiiH (Ifow a young inau ought to hear), v. 2. 
Political preireptH, v. 5. 

Procreatiou oi'Boul. as (liHcourBoil by TiiuaniB. v. 2. 
ProgreHS in virtue (How a man may be HeUHibleof hi8), v. 2. 
Pythian prieatess: whoroforo ehe now ceaHua to deliver 

oracles iu verse, v. 'i. 
Uoniaii queutious, v. % 
KoniauH (Fortune of the), v. 4. 
Socrates's dieuion, v. 2. 

Stoics (Of eoniniou conceptions against the), v. 4. 
Stoics (Cuntradirtions of the), v. 4. 
Stoics : discourse showing that the Stoics speak greater 

improbabilities than the poets, v. 3. 
Superstition, or indiscreet devotion, v. 1 
Symposiacs, v, 3. 
Tranquility of the mind. v. 1. 

Vice : whether sulflcient to render a man unhappy, v. 4. 
Virtue; that it may be taught, v. 1. 
Virtue and Vice, v. 2. 
Virtue of women, v. 1. 

Water : whether water or fire be most useful, v. 3. 
Wealth (Love of), v. 2. 

Wliethor the passions of the soul or diseases of the body 

are worse, v. 4. 
Whether 'twere rightly said Live concealed, v. 3. 
Women (Concerning the virtues of), v. 1. 

— Lives. With notes, aud life of Plutarch, Ijy 3. and 

W. Langhorne. 5th ed. G v. London, 17'J2. 12=. 
Ni'te — V. 2 wanting. 

— Lives from tlie Greek, with notes, by J. and W. 

Langhorne. 4 v. Phila., 1825. 8°. . . 3U5.04 
^^Same. 4v N. Y., 1851. 12". . . .3145.08 

— Lives. The translation called Dryden's. Cor- 

rected from the Greek aud revised, by A. H. 
Clough. 5 V. Boston, 1808. 8°. ... 3116.17 

Index to Various Editions of Lives. 
[L's=Langhorue's. C's—Clough's. D's^Didot's.] 

L's ed. L's 1825 C's ed. D's od. 
1792. & 1851. 1868. Gr.-lat. 

vol. vol. vol. vol. 

.Smilius Paulus 2 2 2 1 

Agesilaus. 4 3 4 1 

Agesilaus and Pompey. ... 4 3 4 2 

Aeis 5 3 4 2 

Agis and Cleomcues and the 

Gracchi 5 4 4 2 

Alcibiades 2 1 2 1 

Alcibiades aud Coriolanus. . . 2 1 2 1 

Alexander 4 3 4 1 

Antony 5 4 5 2 

Aiatus 6 4 6 2 

Aristides 2 2 2 1 

Ari.sl ides aud Cato (AecCTMor. .2 2 2 1 

Artaxcrxes 6 4 5 2 

Brutus (Marcus) 6 4 5 2 

Cicsar 4 3 4 1 

Caniillus 1 1 1 1 

Cato the censor 2 2 2 1 

Cato the younger 5 3 4 2 

Cicero 5 4 5 2 

Ciinou 3 2 3 1 

Ctmou and LucuUus 3 2 3 1 

Cleimieues 6 4 4 2 

Coriolanus 2 1 2 1 

Ciassus 3 3 3 2 

Demetrius 5 4 5 2 

Demetrius and Antony. ... 5 4 5 2 

Dcmiisthenes 5 4 5 2 

Demosthenes aud Cicero, . . 6 4 5 2 

Diou 6 4 6 2 

Dion aud Brutus 6 4 6 2 

Eumeues 4 3 3 2 

Fabins Maximiis 2 1 1 1 

Fianiiuinus 3 2 2 1 

Galba C 4 5 2 

Gracchus (Cains) 5 4 4 2 

Grace liUB (Tiberius) 6 4 4 2 

Lucullus 3 2 3 1 

LyeuriLTUS 1 1 1 1 

Lycurgusand Numa 1 1 1 1 

Lysander 3 2 3 1 

LysauderandSylla. , . . . 3 2 3 1 

Marcellus 2 2 2 1 

Marius 3 2 3 I 

Nieias 3 3 3 2 

Nicias and Ot^ssus 3 3 3 2 

Numa PomplliuB 1 1 1 1 

Otho (I 4 6 2 

Pelopidas 2 2 2 1 

Pclopidas and Marcellus. . . 2 2 2 2 

Pericles 2 1 1 1 



Pericles aud Fabius Maximus. 2 1)1 

I'hilopumieu 3 2 2 1 

Pliiloptemeu aud Flamiuiuus. .3 2 2 1 

Phuciou 6 3 1 2 

Pouipey 4 3 4 2 

Poplicola 1 1 1 1 

Pyrrhus 3 2 3 1 

Itotiiulus 1 1 I 1 

Sertorius 4 3 ;j 2 

SertoriuB and Eumeues. ... 4 3 3 2 

Kolou 1 1 ] 1 

Solon and Poplicola 1 1 1 1 

Kylla 3 2 3 I 

'I'heniistocles 1 1 1 ] 

Theseus 1 1 1 1 

Theseus and UomuloB. ... 1 1 1 j 

Timoleou 2 2 2 1 

Timoleou aud vEtiiilius Paulus. 2 2 2 1 

A'ote.— For uotices of I'lutarch't Lives see N. A. rev,, v. 8'J. 
1850. audQu. rev., v. 110. 1801. or Littell, 18C2. v. 1 ; Class, 
journal, v. IC. p. 278; v. 17. p. 102 (Character of P. as a 
historian, by U. S. 

— On superstition. [Greek and English]. With a 

life of Plutarchus [by J. Hibbert. Kentish 
Town], 1828. 8° 3585.11 

— Sur les di-lais do la justice divinC; dans la punition 

dos coupables. Tr. avec des additions et des 
notes, par J. de Maistre. Suivi de la traduction, 
par Amyot. Paris, 1858. 3° 3572.30 

— Suripta moralia, Gr. et Lat. Ed. F. Diibner. 2 v. 

Parisiis, Dldot, 1811-56. 0^ 7760.14 

— Treatise upon the distinction between a friend and 

flatterer, with remarks, by T. Northmore. Lon- 
don, 1793. 8^ 3093.27 

— Vitae. Gr. et Lat. Recog. T. Doehner. 2 v. 

Parisiis, JJidot, 1857-G2. 8° 7760.12 

— Dryden {J.) Life of P. [In D.'s worlis, v. 17]. . . 6042.30 

— Trench {It. C.) Plutarch ; his life, his Lives and his 

Morals. 1873 3145.20 

See also Mcth. qu. rev., July. 1851 (P.'s Moralia. by W. S. 

Tyler); July. 18.52 (P.'s theology, by W. S. T.vler); Qu. 

rev.. Oct.. 18111 ; Westni. rev.. Ajjl.. 18ti0 (P. aud his times); 

Cath. world. Sept., 1870 ; Kevue des deux inondes. Oct., 

1807 (ijar C. Leveque); N. A. rev., v. 172. 1871 (by J. K. 

Lowell ; 3 pp.); Fortn. rev., Nov., 1873 (P's essays, by J. 

W. Brodribb). 

Plutology. See Hearn (W. E.) 1804 6'J32.10 

Plymouth. {Mass.) See Countries (Plymouth, p. 359). 

Plymouth brethren. .Vce Bnt. qu. rev.. Oct.. 1873; Presb. qu. 

rev.. Jan., 1872. aud article in MClintockand Strong, v. 8. 
Plymouth collection of hymns and tunes. [Ed. by 

H. W. Beecher.] N." Y., 1859. 8°. . .3765.15 
Plymouth county directory and hist, register. Mid- 

dleboro, (Mass.), 1867. 8° 1133.01 

Plympton (George W., ed.) System of instruction in 

the use of the blowpipe. 2d ed. N. Y., 1868. 12'. 
Pneumatics. See Physics (p. 869). 
Fneumatology See Apparitions (p. 31);— Occult sciences (p. 823); 

— Pllilosophy (p. 852); — Spiritualism. 
Pocahontas. -Viv Biography (Poc.\hontas. p. 188. and Smith, p. 

199) ; also Scribuer's mag.. May. ISTO (The true Pocahontas); 

and Va. hist, reg., v. 4, 1851 (Strachey's account of P. ex- 
plained). 
Pocahontas aud other poems. See Sigonmey (Mrs. D. H.) 1685.05 
PocockR (Edward). India in Greece ; or, truth in 

mythology. London, 185'i. 8". ... 101;).18 
Pocock (Lewis). A familiar explanation of the na- 
ture and importance of assurances upon lives. 

London, 1812. 8^ 5931.07 

Fococke (Richard). 'Travels in Egypt. 1737. [In Pinkerton (J,) 

Voyages. V. 151 ' 926.15 

— Travels in the 'East, 1737-8. [Pinkerton (J.) Voyages, v. 10]. 

Poe (Edgar Allen). Aventures d'A. Gordon Pvm. 
Eureka. Tr. de C. Baudelaire. Paris, 1870. 12°. 

— Histoires extraordinaires. Tr. de C. Baudeltiire. 

Paris, 1869. 12° 7032.12 

— Nouvelles histoires extraordinaires. Tr. de C. Bau- 

delaire. Paris, 1869. 12° 7032.13 

— Poems and essays ; including memoir by John H. 

Ingram, tributes to his memory by Prof. Lou- 
velle and N. P. Willis ; with the letters, addresses 
and poems of the memori.tl ceremonies at tha 
monumentixl dedic;ition. N. Y., 1876. 12°.167G.34 

— Tales. S''e Fiction class-list (p. 513). 

— Works, with memoir, by E. W. Griswold. 4 v. 

New York, 1853-56. 12°. 5063.05 



THE BUOOKLYN LIBRARY 



POE-POETRY 



903 



_ Same, i v. Now York, 1870. 12°. 

Contents, 
Death of Poc, l>y N. P. Willis 



5063.05 



Fifty suggestiouH, V, .'I. 

Literati (TbP). v. ;i. 

Memoir, by It. W. Griswold 

V. 1. 
Marginalia, v. :J 



MiscellanicR, v. 4, 

Narrative of A. Gordon Pym, 

V. 4. 
Poems. V, '2. 
Poe (Edgar A.), by J. H. Lowell, 

V. 1. 
Tales, V. !-'_'. 
Jfij-For livrs of E. A. Poe see Biography (p. IHS.); also 
Gill (W. F.) Life of K. A. P., 1877 [SU.'i 17|; Sew qn. nia^., 
July, 1M77. bv (.1. A. Noble): Scribiier's monthly, IVIeli., 
1H7« (Last diij-B of E. A. P., by J. A. Noble). 

Poems, by a South Ciirolinian. [anon.] Charleston. 

1H48. 12° lti7C..27 

Poems, consisting of tales, fables, epigrams, eic, fie. 

By Nobody [;ivri/J.] London, 1770. 10". Ifi7r).24 
Poems of religious sorrow, comfort, counsel, and 



aspiration. Ed. by F. J. Child. New York, 
18(J3. 12° 1076.15 

Poet at the breakfaut table. ,Vm Holmes (O. W.) 1872. . S.laa IS 
Poetarum cnmieoTiim fjr:i'Corinn frugmenta. AV e Meinekc (,7. 

A. F. A.) 7707.01 

Poetic interpretation of nature. A'tv^ Shairp (.T. C.) . , 47:11.12 
Poetic studies. .SV.' Phelps (K. S.) lUTii. ...... 1676.33 

Poetical aviary. Calcutta, 1841. 8°. . . . 4811.15 

Poetical fate-book ; or new fortune teller, [foion.] 

Boston, 18.')1. 10° 1677.01 

Poetical miscellanies, lime of James i. Loudon, Percy soc.v. 

ir>. IHl."). 12° .5060.15 

Poetry of christian art. .SV,- Rio (A. F.) 1«54 1412.24 

Poetry and niy.stery of dreams, .sv,- Leland (C. O.) ISiie. 1664.04 

Poetry of creation. A'ec Michell (N.) 1S71 1667.07 

Poetry of the period. .SVf Austin (Alfred). 1870. . . 161:). 2) 
Poetry of travelling in TJ. S. .S>.' Oilman (C.) .... 1132.0'J 
Poetry of the vegetable world. .Sir Schlciden (M.) 1853. 4914.03 
Poetry of various glees, songs, etc., as performed at 

the Harmonists. London, 1798. 8°. . 1676.25 



POETRY, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN. 

Note. For the poetry of /orci./u iialions .irf hiteratare {various lilenilurcn, \i. 704-712). 

Arrangement of sub-divisionb. — 1, Art. nature, functions, and relations of poetry. — 2. Acrostics, charades, en* 
igmas. etc. — 3, American poetry. — 4, Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman poetry (i> *.iot). — 5. Ballads ().. 'J04).— 6. Child- 
ren's poetry (p. 01(1).— 7, Classical or ancient poetry (001).— 8, Collections of. and Selections from. British and Ameri- 
can potts (p. 0114).— 9, Consolatory poetry ip. OOii).— 10. Early English poetry (p. 0l)."ii.— 11. Epic poetry (p. '.'06).— 
12. Epithets used in poetry (p. 90G).—13. History and criticism of English poetry (p. Oii.-.i. — 14, Humorous poetry fp. 
90.1). — 15. Irish poetry (p. 9U6). — 16. Love poems (p. 006 . —17, Macaronic poetry (p. tlOi;). — 18, Memorial poetry (p. 
906). — 19. Metrical romances — 20. National songs (p. OOJ") —21, Nature and scenery, natural history, Places: rural po- 
etry (p. OOii).— 22. Nursery rhymes (p OOC).— 23. Odes (p. OUi'i). — 24. Parodies (p. Ooil).— 25. Political songs and ballads 
(p. 006).— 26. Quotations (p. OOC).— 27, Religious poetry (p. 00;;),- 28. Satire and satirists (p. 9or,)._29, Scottish ballads 
and songs (p. 007) —30, Songs (p. 907).— 31, Sonnets (p. Oii7).— 32. Southern rebelUon (p. 008) —33. Translations from 
foreign poets; collections (p. 90B). — 34. Vers de societe (p. 908). — 35, Versification, metre, rhyme, and rhythm, and 
rhymin ; dictionaries (p. 008), — 36, Welsh poetry (p. 908). — 37. War songs and patriotic songs (p. 90-8). 

l]ff)- See also Birth days (p. 217); Christmas (p. 267) ;— Fables (p. 480) ;— Fishing and angling : Crawhall (p. 24); 
—Tio-wers {Laniiuat/e q/". p 552);— Folk lore (p. 653);— Hymnology (p. 641); — Literature ( rtfriwui- literatures, p. 704-712); 
— Printing ; — Quotations ; — Seasons. 

lOSr .SVc also Drama (p. 423);— Plays (p. 863). 



1. Art, Nature,Functioiis, and Relations of Poetry. 

Aristotle. The poetic. Literally tr. by T. Buckley. 

1853 6334.02 

Same. Treatise on poetry. Tr. with notes ; with 

two dissertations on poetical and musical imita- 
■ tion, by T. Twining. 2d ed., by D. Twining. 2 v. 

1812 161235 

Same. Ehetoric, Poetic, etc. Tr. by T. Taylor. 

1811 .wis.oe 

Rapin (R. ) Reflections on Aristotle's treatise on 

poesic .5004.12 

Neicinan (J. II.) Poetry with ref. to A.'s Poetics. 

[ill Ids Essays, v. 1, 1872 ; p. 1-29.] . . 3581.01) 
Beattie (J). Essay on poetry and musick, as they aflect the 

mind, [/u /.« Works, v, 6] 6015.13 

Belshain (M^.) On stylo and versification, [/n /lis Essays, v. 2 ; 

p. 482-.';(;0| 2617.11 

Bowles ( ir. L.) Lessons in criticism to W. Roscoe. 1826. 1676..12 

— Letters t.i T. Campbell as regards poetical criticism. [In 

Pamphleteer, v. 20. 1822] 605S.2O 

— Two letters to lord Byron on the question, whether poetry 

be more indebted to what issublime or beautiful in nature 

or art -M/ii Pamphleteer, v. 18, 1821] .50.58.18 

Brindey iG.) Poetry and criticism, [/n /us Essays, 18G0 ; p. 184- 

204.1 2514.10 

Note. — Ropr. from Fraser'.s mag., Feb.. 1853. 
Calvert [G. If.) What is poetry ? [At ftts Essays a^sthetical. 1875.] 
Campbell iT.) Lectures on poetry. [In New monthly mag., v. 

1-2, 1821 ; 7 art.) 
Coleridge (S. T.) Biographia literaria, eh. 14-22 ; and appendix. 
Dennis {J.) Ground of criticism. [In his Select works, v. 2. J 
Drylen (./" ) Parallel between painting and poetry. \In his 

Works, v. 17.] 6042.30 

VuffiiV.) Critical observ. on the writings of original geniuses. 

1770 1641.06 

Ellis {.Vrs. .^. .'T.) The poetry of life. [In her Guide to social 

happiness. 18.50] , 2524.18 

Eniersonili W.) Poetry .and imagination, [/n /as Letters and 

social aims. 1876.] 2524.19 

Harris {J.) Concerning mnsic, painting, and poetry. [In his 

Works.] 6044.26 

Hazlitl ( \V.) On poetry in general ; — Pope. Lord Byron and 

Mr. Bowles. [In his Lt'ctures on the Engl, poets. 3d ed.] 
Hunt (/x.l Wliat is poetry ? [In /lis Selections. f(c. 1857 : p. 1-49.] 
Knight ( Win.) Contrib. towards a theory of i>oetry. [In his 

Studios, etc. 1870.] , . . . 6423.26 



Lessing {O. E.) Laocnon : the limits of paintingtind 

poetry. Tr. by E. C. Beashy. 1833. . 1412.14 

Same. Tr. by Ellen Frothingham. 1874. 1412.14a 

Same. Tr. by Sir R. Phillimore. 1874. 1413.07 

Lnneifellow (II. W.) IJefence of poetry. [In N. A. rev. v., 34; 

repr. in Essays from N. A. rev. 1879.] .... 253:t.33 
Masson {D.) Theories of poetry, [/n /us Wordsworth, fte. 1874.] 
Mill [J. .S'.) Dissertations, etc.. v, 1. 1859; p. 63-06. . . 2635.20 
Millar (/.) Of poetry. Of epic poetry. Of dramatic poetry. 

[In his Hist, view of the Engl, gov., v. 4. 1803 ; p. 315-375. 
Newman [F. W.) Lectures on poetry. [In his Miscellanies, 

1869 ; p. 65-146.] 2538.10 

Peacoclc {T. L.) The four ages of poetry, [/n /ii's Works, v. 3, 

1875 : p. 324-338.] 6062.17 

Proctor [B. W.) English poetry. [In Ed. rev., v. 42.] . . 
Reed {II.) Nature and wse of poetry. [In his Lectures on the 

Brit.poets, v. 1. 1857 ; p. 13-80.) 1682.13 

Richards (G.) Dififeieiices betw. jincient and modern poetrj-. 

|/n Oxford prize essays, V. 1. 1836.1 2541.11 

Robertson [F. W.) Influence of poetry on the working classes. 

[/n /.IS Lectures, dc, 1859 ; p. 9,5-209.] .... 2641.31 
Rollin[C.) Poetry, (/n /iis Belles lettres, v. 1. 1737.]. 2641.34 
Shelley IP. B.) Defence of poetry, l/n /us Essays, v. 1, 1852; 

p. 3-49.] 2543.01 

Sydney {Sir P.) Defence of poetry. 1787 6414.28 

rin.t (A.) Poetry ; nature and kinds. [In his Outlines of 

philos., etc.. 1867 ; p. 623-603.] 6417.19 

See also Brit. qu. rev., v. 67, 1873 (Theory of poetry); 

Contemp. rev., v. 10, 1869 (Prof. Plnmtre on the poet and 

his creed [in bis introd. to his trausl. of -Eschylus], by M. 

Browne) ; v. 12. 1869 (The scieutifle study of P.. by 1'. T. 

Palgrave) ; Macniillan's mag.. July, 1878 (Criticism and 

creation, by prof. .Sbairp) ; N. A. rev., v. 96. 1863 Origin 

and uses of P.) ; Fraser's mag., v. 75, 1867 (On poetry). 
Sllr' ."^'ee also Fine Arts [i . Art, its nature and relatirms), 

for works treating incidentally of poetry in its aesthetic as- 
pects. 

Tlie pnel and the poetic life. 
Buchanan (i?.)TLe poet or seer. [In his David Gray, etc.; p. l-<il.] 
Emerson (R. W.) The poet. [In his Essays, 1852 ; p. 9-49.] 2524.06 
Taylor III.) The life poetic. [In liis notes from life, 1853 j p. 109- 

160]. 2644.05 

2. Acrostics. Charades, Enigmas, etc. 

[See Amusements {Connndnims. Enigmas, etc., p. 33). 



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3. American Poetry : Collections. 

[See alio Literalure {Aiiu rican, y. 704),] 
Coggenhall ( W. T. ) Poets and poetry of the West. 

1860 KilJ.'i.O:) 

Ene.rcisl (C. W.) Poets of Coniifc-ticut. 1843. lOKi.OS 
Uallaqher (IT. D.) Selections from the jioeticul liter- 

I'ltnre of the West. 1841 lGj:!.-i',) 

Qviswold (!'• "'•) Poets imd poetry of America. Phil., 

1858. 8" 1645.04 

Siime. Phil., 1852. 8" 164.').05 

iVf'^-.— Reviewed by E.I*. Wliipijlo. in bin EHSaye, v. 1, 

1851 ; 1). 31-81 2Mf<.W, 

— Female ijoets of Amei-iea. 'id ed. 1854. . 1645.06 

Same. 1856. 8° 1615.0:! 

Ilamneiiioay (A. M.) Poets and poetry of Vermont. 

1858 1645.16 

Kfltrll (S.) Sjiecimens of Auier. poetry. 3 v. 1829. 

Linton (W. J.) Poeti-y of America: selections from 

one hundred American poets, 1776-1876 ; with 

an introd. review of colonial poetry, and some 

specimens of ne^ro melody. 1878. . . 1663.43 

Moore (K) Songs of the American rev. 1856. 1673.04 

Ontrroppiii(/.i : being selections of California verse, 

1866. ■ 1674.31 

Head ( 7'. H. ) Female poets of America ; with biogr. 

notices. 1855 1677.17 

See also N. A. rev., v. 82, 1856 (Amerirau poetry). 

4. Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman Poetry. 

M'l-iylil. {Thtiih/i.-.). Anglo. Saxou poetry. [Jii /us EssayH ou lit. 
etc.. V. 1. IKli;.) 2722.20 

— Anylo-Latm i)oe(8 of tbe 12tb century. [In hisEss&ys on lit., 

etc.. V. 1. 1846.] 2722.20 

— Auglo-Noriiiau poetry, [hi his Essays on lit., elc. v. 1. 184C.] 

UST See also Literature [Anglo-Sazmi. p. 704). 

5. Ballads (English) : Collections. 

AUinghamOy-) liallad book. 186.5. . . .1612.25 

Bdl (E.) Ancient poems, bidlads, and songs of the 

peasantry of England. 1857 1614.26 

— Early ballads illustrative of history, traditions, and 

• customs. 1856 ." . . . 1614.27 

VhUd{F.,J.) English and Scottish ballads. 8 v. 1857. 
V. 1. RLtnianees of chivalry and legends ot the popular 
heroes ul Knglaud. Ballads involving various supersti- 
tious, —as of tairies, elves, magic, ghosts 2. Tragic love- 
ballads. Other tragic ballads. 3. Other tragic ballads, 
cont'd. Love ballads not tragic, 4, Other love ballads, 
5, Robin Hood ballads, 6, Border ballads, 7. Histor- 
ical and fjuast-historicil ballads, 8. Miscel, ballads. In- 
dex, 
Collection of old ballads. With introd. [by Ambrose 
Phillips]. 3v. 1723 [repr. 1872]. 16°.' . 1622.19 
Collier (J. P. ) Book of Eoxburghe ballads. 1847. 

— old ballads from early printed copies. [In Percy soc, v. 1.] 
Dixon (J. If.) Ancient jioems, ballads and sougs of the peasant- 
ry of England, [/h Percy soc, V. 17,] 50t".O,17 

Evans (7,) Old ballads, hist, and narrative, with 

some of modern date, 4 v, 1810. . . 1611.17 
Goodwin [J., ed.) Six ballads, with burdens. [In Percy soc,, v. 1:1] 
Hall ( *■. C ) Book of British ballads. With introd. 

by P. Benjamin. 1844 1645,08 

Ilalliwell [J. O., ed.) Early naval ballads of England. [In Percy 

soc, V, 2 5116(1.112 

lliizliit (W. C.) Remains of the popular poetry of 

England, i v. 1864 164.''>.27 

Jamieson (B.) Popular ballads and songs. 2 v. 1806. 
I'lirry {J. D.) Legendary cabinet: collection of 

British national ballads. 1829. . . . 1675.29 
Percy {T.) Keliques of ancient English poetry. 1855. 
Same. Folio manuscript. Ballads and romances. 

4 v. 1868 1678.20 

A'«/>-.— Reviewed in Contemp. rev., v. 6. 1867 (by W, L, 

Blackley), 
Verci/ society. Publications. 30 v. L , 1844-52. 12°. 

Note. — For Contents, see p, 843 of Catalogue. 
7'tcton«n)Ook of b-allarl poetry. L., 18.3. 8'. 1673.07 
liichardf: ( B. ) Songs of Wales : words and music. 

[1873.] 1567.03 

liimtjaalt(E. F.) Little book of songs and ballads. 

1851 1683.04 

Old ballads illustrating the great frost of 1683-84. [In 

Percy society, v 9.] 50611.09 

Hitson (J. ) Ancient songs and ballads from Henry II 

to the Rev. 3d ed. Kev. by W. Hazlitt. 1877, 



Hoberts (J. S.) Legendary biJlads ot England and 

Scotland, [1870.] 1681.11 

Hi,- See also Songs (p, 900) ;— Scollish Poetry (p. 900): 
^Hood (Kobin). p, 167, 

S(e al.m Atlantic monthly, v, 31, 1873 (English folk-songs 
by J, V, Dlake) ; Blackwood's mag,, v, 84, 18,'i8 (Ballad po^ 
ctry ot Hcotland and Ireland) ; Brit, qu, rev,, ,Jan„ 1874, 
or Liltcll, Mch,, 1874 (The ballad: its nalurc and literary 
afflnities) ; Contemp, rev,, Nov,, 1875 (llodern Ijallads, by 
H, O. Hewlelt) ; Eraser's mag,, v, 08, 1H6:) (Crcdibilily of 
old song history and tradition) ; Nat, rev,, v, 13, 1861 
(Street IwlladB) : North Brit, rev., v, 36, 1SI12 (Early poetiy 
of England and Scotland) : Qu, rev,, v, 122. 1867. or ].itle][, 
1867, V. 2 (Pocti-y of the seven dials : penny ballads); 
Westm, rev., v, 63, 1855 or Littell, v. 8, 1855 (Ballads of the 
people). 

6. Children (Poetry for), 

Austin (Mr.i. (I. L., id.) Little people of God and 

what the ])oet8 have said of them, 1877, 1613,24 

liriidatt (A. ('. ) and Eiait (1. M.) Poetry for home 

and school, 1876 1615.33 

Child-nature, [anon.] 1869 1632,26 

Coates (,11. T., ed.) Children's book of poetry. Phil,, 

1879 1635.00 

Kehk {J.) Lyra innoeentium. 9th ed, 1861, 1651,25 
Jiirkland(C. M.) School-girl's garland, 2 v, 1663.07 
Laml) (6'. and M.) Poetry for children. Added, 
Prince Dorus and some uncollected poems, by 
Charles Lamb. Ed. with notes by E, H. Shep- 
herd. 1877 1663.40 

Lilliind levee : poems of childhood, child-fancy, and 
child-like moods. 1868. [anon.]. . . l(;6:i.27 
McKeever (JL) Children witli the jioets. 1868. 1672.05 
Palmore(C.) Children's garland. 1853. . . 1675.17 
Playtime with the poets : a selection of poetry for 

children. 1870. [ano». ] 1676.18 

llit.snn (J.) Gammer Gurton's garland or the nur- 
sery pai-nassus : a choice collection of pretty 
songs ,and verses for children, [anon.'] 1866. 
n'hillier (J. G.) Child life: coll. of poems. 1872. 
iti"' .SVe also Nursery Rhymes (p. 007). 

7. Classic or Ancient Poetry. 

#«",V' '• Literature [Classical, p. 705 ;— Greek, p. 708 .—Reenian, 
p, 71(1). 

8. Collections of, and Selections from. Works 
of British and American Poets. 

1. Collection.^. 

Aldine edition of the poets. 53 v. [With original me- 
moirs and portraits.] London, 11'. Pickering, 
1835-53. 16° 1611.01 

Contents. 

Akeuside. Dryden.5v. 

Beattie. Falconer. 

Burns, 3 v. Goldsmith. 

Butler. 2v. Giay. 

Chaiicer. 6 v. Milton, 3 v. 

Churchill, 3 v. Pariiell, 

Collins. Pope, 3 v, 

Cowper, 3 v. Prior, 2 v, 

Chalmers (Alex., ed.) 'Works of the English poets, 

from Chaucer to Cowper, 21 v, 1810, . I(i26,(il 

Note. — For Contents see Chalmers (A,), p, 258 of Cat. 

Sanford (E.) and U>(/,s-/i (11.) Works [select] of the 
British poets. With lives of the authors, 50 v, 

Phila., Boston, 1819-23. 18^ 1691.01 

Contents : v, 1, Chaucer, Gower, Skelton, W'yat, Earl of 
Surrey, Gascoigue, 2, Spencer. S, Daniel, Drayton, 3. 
Shakespeare, Ben Jouson, 4. Sir John Daviesl Donne, 
Joseph Hall, Earl of Sterling, Corbet, Carew, 5, Dium- 
niond. Beaumont, Fletcher, Italeigb, Davenant, Hiibing- 
ton. Suckling. Crashaw. C. Cotton. Cartwright. Brome, 
Sherburne. Herrick, Wither. Wm. Browne. 6. Cowley, 
Waller, Denham. 7-8. Milton. 9. Butler. 10, Butler, 
Rochester iEarloJ), Roscommon {FAirl of), Otway, Poinfret. 
11-12 Dryden, 13, Parnell, John Pliillips, Dorset 
[Earl of). Stepney, \Valsii, E. Smith. R, Duke, W, King, T. 
Sprat, C. iU'ntague, llowe, 14 Addison, (.iajtii. Hughes, 
Sheflield, Cougreve, Fenton, Pattison, 15, Prior, Bbick- 
niore, 16, Gay, 17, Tickell, Lord Lansdowne. Yalden, 
Green, Hammond, Somerville, 18, Swift, 19, Savage, 
Dyer. 20. Pope, 21, Pope. Blair. Pitt, Vida's Art of po- 
etry. 22, Thomson, 23, Watts, Collins, l\Ioore, 24, 
Slienstune, Cawthorne, 25, Young. 26. Young. Dodsley, 
Mallet, Ramsay, 27, Churchill, Falconer, Grainger. 28. 
ALeuside, J. G. Cooper, W. Thompson. 29. Gray, Chat- 



Shakspere. 
Spencer. 5 v. 
Surrey (Eart of). 
Swift. :i V. 
Thomson. 2 v. 
White (Kirke). 
Wyatt. 
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teiton, Hartc. 30. GoldBinith. Langhorue, Smart. 31. 
S. Jobuson, Aniistiong, Shaw, Geuigo, lord Lyltleton, 
Boyce. 32. Bciittie. Scott. CuniiiiiKliaiii, Jeuyiip. 33. 
Glover, Smollett. 34. M.'cllle, Josipli Walton, 'i'liolnas 
Wartou. 35. .Sir W. Jones, Blacklock, Dr. Cotton. 36. 
Cowper. 37. Cowper, Lloyd, FerHiissou, Riubardaon, 
BlaokBtonc, Jago. Whitehead, Loyan, CraggB, lilBhop, 
Banipl'yldc, Kussell, Lovoll, Loviboud. M. 13l■ul^e, RobcrlB. 
Porteu'a, Glynn. 38. Burns. 39. Burns, Maciieill. 
40-41. Homer's Iliad, tr. by Pope. 42. Homer's (Jdyssey, 
tr. by Pope. 43-44. Aristophanes, tr. by Jliti-hell; Ter- 
ence. Comedies, tr. by Colman; Per.sius. Satires, tr. by 
Gifford. 45-46. IJaute. tr. by Cary. 47. CamoouB' Lu- 
eiad, tr. by J, W. Miekle. 48-49. Tasso's Jerusalem deliv- 
ered, tr. by J. II. Hunt. 50. iEsehylus, Sophocles, and 
Euripides, tr. by It. potter and T. Franklin. 

2. Selections and Specimens from Briiish 
and American Poets. 
Aiken (,J.) Select works of the British poets. 18H1. 
Contents : Ben Jonsou, Cowley, Milton, Waller, Dryden, 
J.Philips, Parnell, Rowe, Addison, Prior. Gay, Green, 
Tickell, Hammond, Somerville. Pope, Swift, Thomson, A. 
Philips, Collins, Dyer, Shenstone. Churchill, Young. Aken- 
Bide, Gray, Smollett, Littleton, Goldsmith, Johnson, Arm- 
strong, J. Warton. T. Warton. Masou, Cowper, Beattie. 

Beelon (8. 0.) Great book of poetry, with biogr. 

notices. 1871 "... I(i25.'20 

Bellew f,J. C. 31.) Poet's comer. 1868. . . 1676.23 
Bethune (G. W.) British female poets. 1848.1614.17 
Bryant ( W. C, ed.) Libi'ary of poetry and song. 1871. 

— New library of poetry and song. 2 v. 1878. 1616.01 

— Selections from American poets. 2 v. 1842. 1623.14 
Campbell (T.) Specimens, rfo. l!>53. . . .162.5.25 
Carpenter (J. R) I'opular readings. 5 v. 1868, 6331.21 
Casquet of gems : choice selections from the poets. 

Edin., 1864. 16'^ 1631.08 

Chapter (The); poems by various authors. 18C9. 1032.24 
Clarke ((,'. (■'.) Specimens, with memoirs, of the less 

known Brit, poets. 3 v. 1868 162."i.26 

Coates (H. T.) Fireside eneyclopiedia of poetry : Eng- 
lish and American. 1878 1678.06 ,' 

Dana (C. A.) Houseliold book of poetry. 1858.163.'').04 
Dyce (A.) Specimens of Brit, poetesses. 1827. 1()42. 17 
Deshler (C. K)' Afternoons with the poets. 1879.1036.17 
Emerson(,B. W.) Parna.ssns. 1875. . . . 1641.24 
Fields (J. r.)and Whip,,!, tE. P.) Family library of 
British poetry from Chaucer. (1350-1878.) 1636. 10 
Fugitive miscellany : prose and verse. 3 v. 1774. 
Oriswold (R. W.) Poets and poetry of England in 
19th century. Vith add. by E. H. Stoddard. 

1875 1640.15 

Hales (J. W.) Longer English poems. 1872. 1640.00 
Halleck (F. G.) Selections from the British poets. 

2v 1045.10 

V. 1. Spenser to Gray. 2. Beattie to Campbell, 
Hannah (J. ) The court poets from Raleigh to Mon- 
trose. 1870 1645.20 

Holland (J. G. ) Illustrated library of favorite song. 

1875 105329 

Hows (J. W. S.) Golden leaves from the British 

poets. 1866 1661. ;iO 

Hanl(L.) Selections from the English poets. With 
critical notices. 2 v. in 1. 1857. . . 2533.02 

Contents. 

Answer to question, I Green. Randolph. 

•What is poetry ?' Jou8on (Ben). Shakespeare. 

Beaumont and Keates. Shelley. 

Fletcher. Marlowe. Spenser. 

Brome. Marvel. Suckling. 

Butler, Middleton. Decker, i Swilt. 

Chaucer. and Webster. Wit and humor; 

Coleridge. Milton. essay. 

Dryden. Philips. Walcot. 

Goldsmith. Pope. 

Ktese (J. ed.) Poets of America. [Ists.] 5th ed N 
Y., 1841 ; 2d s. N. Y., Is4'2. 12" . . 1651.33 

Kendrick (,A. C.) Our poetical favorites. 2 v. 1871- 
76 1662 21 

Liidii's poetical magazine, or beauties of British poet- 
ry. 4 V. 1781 li 66.01 

Loiififellow (i/. 11'., €(?.) The waif: a collection of 
poems. 1845 ]6i;4.23 

— The estray : a collection of poems, 1847. 1664.23 
Mackaif (C. ) A thousand and one gems of English 

poetry. 1869 1071.32 



Masque of poets (A', including Guy Vernon, a novel- 
ette in verse. 1878. [No name series.] 1065.18 

Massiin (B. 0.) Three centuries i>f English jjoetry, 
being selections from Chaucer to Herrick. With 
iutrod. and notes, and a general jireface by Da- 
vid Massou. 1876 1666.19 

Miirle>i(H.,ed.) Shorter F.nglisli poems. 1870. 1078.03 

Muses' bower, bi'uuties of English jjoetry. 4 v. 1809. 

New l'o//c '„book of poetry. [anon.] 1837. 1674.24 

Poetical aviary, with a bird's-eye view of the English 
poets. 1841 4811.15 

liuiidolph (A. D. F.) Home life in song with the ]io- 
ets of to-day. 1879 1046.16 

Rosselli (W. M., ed.) American poems, selected. 1872. 

BomtoH (F.) The female poets of Great Britain. 1854. 

Sonlhey (B.) Annual anthologv,1799-lh00. 2 v. 1085.28 

Stoddard (R.H.) The late Englisli poets. 1867. 1687.21 

Tdijler iK) Memories of some contemporary poets: 
M-ith selections. 1868 1092.35 

'Jreiicli (11. C.) Household book of English poetry. 
1870 1693.33 

Wilhnotl (B. A.) Poets of the r.lth cent. 1866. 1696.21 

9. Consolatory Pcetry. 

('hild (F. J.) Poems of religious sorrow, comfort, 

counsel, and aspiration. 1863 1676.15 

Child (L. M., ed.) Looking toward sunset. .2521.01 
Note. — For consolation and cheer in advjincing yeais. 

Lawrence (Mrs. C. W.) Do they love us yet? 1879. 

SorKjs for the sorrowing. By H. N. With introd. by 
W. K. Williams. 1801 1045.02 

Tileslon {M. W.) Sunshine in the soul. Poems se- 
lected, [anon.] 1877 1687.31 

10. Early English Poetry ; Specimens, and 
Bibliography. 

Qirser i T. ) Collectanea Anglo-poetica : or bibl. and 
descriptive catalogue of a collection of early Eng- 
lish poetry. 5 v. [Chetham soc, v. 52, 55, 71, 
77, 91.] 5095.12 

Ellis ( G. ) Specimens of early English poets : with 
biographies, f/c. [1300-l',"oo.] 3 v. . . 1642.20 

FitniivaU (F.J.. ed.) Early EiigliFh poems and lives. [/« Philol. 
soc. proceedings. lySti.] 0443.11 

— ed. Political, religious, and love poems. [Early 

Engl, text soc, No. 15.] 7913.04 

Ueadley (H.) Select beauties of ancient English po- 
etry. 2 V. 1810 1652.02 

Bilson (J. ) Bibliographia poetica : catalogue of Eng- 
lish poets, 12th-16th century. 1802. . 2763.06 

Utterson (E. T'. ) Select pieces of early jjopular poe- 
try. 1817 1694.00 

Wrigld (T., ed.) Anglo-Latin satirical poets and ejji- 
griimmatists of the 12th century. 2 v. 1873. 
[Rolls chronicles.] *. . oHO.On 

— Coll. of political poems and songs, from Edward 

iii. to Henry viii. 2 v. ]8-")9-01. [Rolls chron- 
icles.] 5140.00 

4Kff- 5cc a/so Ballads (p. y04); Literature (£nff(isA, p. T05). 

11. Epic Poet2-y. 

Bayley (A.) The alliance of musick, poetry, and or- 
atory: the Iliad, JEneid, and Paradise Lost. 
1789 1613.32 

Btaclcmore {Sir R.) Essay on epic poetry. [In his Essays, v. 1, 
1716 ; pp. 24-189.1 2513.25 

Vera (Jones). [In his Essays, 1839 ; p. 1-30.] 2544.21 

Voltaire (F. M. A, de). Essai sur lapoesie epique. 

[Ju /a's (Euvies, V. 10.] 5083.10 

&e aZso Quar. Rev., V. 101, 185T : 44-C8 (Homer, Virgil, 
Tasso). 

jjf^For works of the chief epic jioets sre, in the gen- 
eral alphabet, Homer (Iliad and Odyssey) ; — ApoUonius 
i?'(0'7iHS. Virgil (The .Eneid) ; — Lucan (The Pharsalia) : — 
Silius Italicus (Punica); — Valerius Flaccus (Argonaiiticon); 
—Statins {Thebaiii) ;— Bojardo lOrlando Innamorato) ; — 
Ariosto (Orlando Furiosoi;— Tasso (Jerusalem Delivered) ; 
— Ercilla y Zuniga ( La Araucana) :— Camoens (Lusia'l);— 
Milton (Paradise Lost and Paradi-c r,ef;ained) ;— Klop- 
stock (The ."MesMahi : — Voltaire Ileiiriade) : Oehlcnschla- 
ger (Gods of the North I :—«'.>.: Ramayana. and Mahabha- 
rata :— Kalevala :— Cid :— Nibclungen Lied;— "Tennyson 
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12. Epithets used iii Poetry. 

Jermyn (J.) Book of Euglish opitUets, with remarlcK. 
1849 G4;i5.0'J 

Si'i' aho I'ortn. rov., v. 5, 18G6 (The ubo of metaphor anil 
pathetic fallary. by Itodcn Noel). 

13. History and Criticism of English Poetry. 

[,V'v also Biography {Cntlrclivc . Ports, p. lU) : also Lit- 
erature [Kit(ilis/i and lirilish. p. 705); (t/w, in thiB cliiBs, under 
'Collections' :ind ■Selections," and. in the general alpha- 
bet, under the naniea of individual poets.] 

1. Comprehensive Uistmies. 
Warion C^\) History of English poetry, llth-18th 

century. 3 v. 1840 27(;3.()1 

— Same. With preface by R. Price and notes va- 
riorum. Ed. byW. C. Ha/.litt. 4 v. J 87 1.1(197.0') 
S^ Sec aho Literature [Evglish : Histories, p. 705). 

2. Lectures, Critical essays, etc. 
Aikin {J.) Letters on a course of English poetry. 2d 

ed. 1807 161'J.Ol 

Nole.- -The ' Course' raugce from Drydtu to Cuwper. 

Aiistin (A.) Poetry of the period 1(51:^.21 

ContcnU : Teunyaon. Browning. Swinburne. Mat- 
thew Arnold, MorriB. Roman ('atliolic poets. Poetry of 
the future. Superuaturui poetry. Summary. 

Srowniiuf {Mrs. E. B.) Essays on the Engl, poets. 
18G:{ 2515.03 

— Book of the poets, [hi h-r Life, letters, etc., v. 2, 1877.] 3024.25 

Coleridqe {II.) Notes on Britinh poets. {In his EsBays, v. 2. 

1851 ; p. 3-129.] 2521.10 

Collier {J. F.) Poetical decameron, or ten conversa- 
tions on English poets and poetry, particularly 
of the reigns of Elizabeth and James I. 2 v. 1820. 

Devey (J.) Comparative estimate of modern English 

poets. 1873 1641.02 

Contents : Philos. analysis. Classification. Individu- 
ality. English schools of poetry. Lake school : Lake 
poets: Wordsworth, Coleridge, Southey. Classical 
school: Clifford, Rogers. Cumpbell, Liindor. Romantic 
school : Byrou, Scott. Moore. Alexandrine poets ; 

Shelley, Keats. Art school : Tennypon. Androtheist 
school: Swinburne. Poets of the affections: Montgom- 
ery, Longfellow. Realistic school : Crabbe. Browning. 

Forman {II Jl) Our living poets. 1871. . . 1643.19 
Contents : Idyllic school — Tennyson, ISI. B. Siiiedlty. Jean 
lugelow. Prerajihaelite group — D. G. Rossetti. Christina 
Kossetti, Coventry Patmore, T. AVoolner. W. B. Scott. 
Renaissance group — Matthew Arnold, SwiTiburue, Wm. Mor- 
ris, R. H. Home. Hc-niy Taylor. George Eliot. Appendix — 
John Payne and O'Shaughnessy. 

Hazhii ( IF.) Lectures on the Engl, poets. 1841.2531.10 

Contents: lutrod. on poetry in general. Chaucer and 
Spencer. Shakspeare and Milton. Dryden and Pope. 
Thomson and Cowper. Swift, Young. Gray. Collins, 
Gay. Goldsmith, etc. Burns, and the English ballads. Liv- 
ing poets. On Milton's Lycidas. On Wilton's Eve. On 
Wordsworth's Excursion. 

Lowell \J. li.) Conversations on some of the old po- 
ets • 253-4.13 

Contents : Chaucer. Old Dramatists. Chapman. Ford. 

Moir {D. 31.) Poetical literature of the past half cen- 
tury. 1851 2763.07 

Neele {II.) Lectures on English poetry. 1830. 5057.21 

Futtenham {0.) Art of English poesie, 1589. Eepr. 

byE. Arber, 18(19 5011.07 

JS'ote.—' The largest piece of poetical criticism in Eliza- 
beth's reign.' 

Feed {I L) Lectures on the British poets. 2 v. 1857. 
Conttnts : v. 1. Poetry, its nature and use. Chaucer, 
Spenser, and ballad poelry. Shakspeare. Milton. Minor 
poetry of the 17t.h teut. Dryden. Pope and poets of age 
of qu. Anne. Cowper. 2. Burns, with notices on John- 
son's lives. Contemporary literature : Rogers, Moore, 
Scott. Coleridge, Southey, and Charles Lamb. Byron. 
Wordsworth. English sonnets. Poems of Hartley Cole- 
ridge. 

t>tedman {K C.) Victorian poets. 1876. . .2543.32 

Contents: Landor. Hood. Arnold. Procter. Mrs. 

Browning. Tennyson. Tennyson and Theocritus. The 

general choir. Robert Browning. R. Buchanan. D. G. 

Rossetti. Wm. Morris. Swinburne. 

Hwinhurne {A. C.) Under the microscope. 1872. 

Tal/ourd (T. N.) Attempt to estimate the poetical talent of the 
present age. [In Pamphleteer, v. 5. 1K15.] . . . 6058.05 
iVo/c— Includes estimates of Southey, Crabb, Scott, 
Moore, Byron, Campbell, Lnmb, Coleridge, and Words- 
worth. 



\ckeriuan {IL T.) 


Ihoughts on the poets. 1851 




Contents. 




AlUeri. 


Cowper. 


Pope. 


Browning {Mrs, 


Crabbe. 


Proctor (B. W.) 


E. B.) 


Drake. 


Kogere. 


Bryant. 


Goldhmith. 


Shelley. 


Burns. 


Gray. 


Tenujson. 


Byioii. 


Hemans. 


Thomson. 


Campbell. 


Hunt. 


Wordsworth. 


Coleridge. 


Mot»ro. 


Young. 


Collins. 


Petrarch. 





Wehhe (W.) A discourse of English poetrie, 1586. 
JVcfc— AutedateB Sliakspere. 

See also Atlautic monthly, v. 2, 1858 (EngUeb laureates ; 
2 art.); V. 7. 1801 (Eu^^lieh hike poetBl; Contemp. rev., v. a, 
18Ci; (Recent poetry; 2 art.); EiliiiburgU rev., v. 42, 
(English poetry, by Barry CornwiiU); v. lOi (New 
poetic); Fraser'B luugaziuc. v. (11, ISCO (A raid among 
rhymers, by Shirley ; v. OU. 18f34 (Poetry of the IHth cen- 
tury) ; v. 711, 18G7 (Mod. verse writers: 275 vols, of 1867); 
Nat. qu. rev., v. 2;), 1871 (The deL-liiie of poetry); N. A. 
rev., V. 77, IB.'i:! ; v. 81, 1857 (The British poets ; Eecent 
English poetry : AUmyhtim. Alex. Smith, etc.) N-Brit. rev., 
V. •2H, 1H68 or Littell, 18.18, v. 2 (The spadmodists); Qu. 
rev., V. IIU, 18(11 iGrowlh of lughsh poetry); v. 112. 16C2 
(Eiit,'lish }>oetry from Dryden to Cowper); v. 120, 1869 or 
Littell, 180'.l. v. 2 (Jlod. Engl, poets). 

}Vliij}jiU [E. P.) English poets of the ItHli century. [lu his Essays 
and reviews, v. 1. 1851 ; p. ^99-372.] 2545.06 

Willmoit {!{. A.) Journal of a summer time. 2546.10 

14. Humorous Poetry : Selections. 

iJoofc of humorous [joitry. [n. d. iin<m.'\. . . 1652.08 
JSrooks {S.) Amusing poetry. New ed. 1874. 1615.32 

1 1 nmowist' s miscellany. 1804 1651.19 

Johnson (li., cri.) Play-day poems. 1878. . .1651.32 
jNVic Foundling hospital for wit. Fugitive pieces. [Ed. 

by J. Aliuon.] G v. 1769-73 1612.17 

PartoH (J.) Humorotis poetry of the English lan- 
guage. 1857 1675.26 

Warreiilana : with notes by the editor of a Quarterly 

review. 1851 1694.22 

*«- See also Parodies (p. 907); and in the general alpha- 
bet. Satires ; — Wit and hunjor. 

15. Irish Poetry. 

Croker (T. C. ed.) HiBtorical songs of Ireland, temp. 1688. [In 
Percy society, v. 1.) 6060.01 

— Keen of the south of Ireland. [In Percy society, v. 13.) .5060,13 

— Populur songs, illustrative of the French invasions of Ireland. 

[/>! Percy society, v. 21.j 6060.21 

Duffy U'- G.) Ballad poetry of Ireland. 1866.1642.30 
Hayes (E.) Ballads of Ireland. 2 v. 1869. .1615.23 
M'CarlliyCD. F.) Poets and dramatists of Ireland. 

V. 1. 1846 1671.35 

Mangan [J. C.) Ii-ish anthology 1672.06 

Moore (T.) Irish melodies. 1856 1673.09 

Murray (J. U'K.) Prose and poetry of Ireland ; with 

biogr. sketches. 3d ed. 1877. . . . 2735.04 
Patriot's vocal miscellany ; or a collection of loyal 

songs. 1804 1675.28 

See ahn Afternoon lectures, v. 1, 1803; p. 205-252 (Irish 

ballads and lyrical poetry, by 1:. W. McDonnell); N. Brit. 

rev., v. 35, 1861 (Poets and poetry of young Ireland). 

16. Love Poems. 

Karnes (J.) Love poems of all nations. 1870.1662.24 
Lovers' dictionary ; a poetical treasury. 1867. 1664.30 
Palmer (J. W.) Poetry of compliment and courtship. 

1868 1675.10 

Ag^ Secalso Love (p. 719 of catalogue). 

17. Macaronic Poetry. 

Morgan (J. A.) Macaronic poetry. 1872. . . 1665.13 
Specimens of macaronic poetry. London, 1831. 8°. 

18. Memorial Poetry. 

Skeltm (J.) Campaigner at home, 1866 : p, 36-70.. . . 2642.29 
gS' See also Birthdays (p. 217). 

19. Metrical Romances. 

Ellis (G.) Specimens of early English metrical ro- 
mances. 1848 1641.16 

Bohson (J.) Three early English metrical romances ; 
with introd. and glossary. [Camd. soc.]. 5112.18 



THE BROOKLYN LIBRARY. 



POETRY 



907 



Weber (ZZ.) Metrical romances of the 13tL-15tli cen- 
turies. Witli notes, etc. 3 v. 1810. . lG94.'jr) 
gig- So- also Ballads (p. 904); Arthur (King, p. 38); Ro- 
mances of chivalry (p. Ii67); Fraser's mag., Sept., 1876 (Uld 
EDglish metrical roiiiaucGH, J. W. Ualcs). 

20. Natioual Sougs. 

Nason (K) A monogram [nionograph] on our nation- 
al song [Yankee Doodle]. ISIJ!). . . 1674.'21 
WliUe(li. U.) Natioual hymns. 18C1. . . 1695.04 
See alsi) War songs and patriotic poetry (p. 908). 

21. Natuie and Scenery, Natural History, 
and Places ; Rural Poetry. 

Aulran (J". ) Les poemes cle la mer. 4o ed. 1859. 
JSrme (G, ed.) Poems of the sea, 1874. . . 1622.29 
Cooper (/S. F.) Bhyme and reason of country life. 

[«)iOH.] 1855 1635.05 

Daubeny ( C. J. B. ) Fugitive poems connected with 

natural history and physical science. 1869. 
Dircks (11. ) Natiiralistic poetry, selected from psalms 

and hymns of the last three centuries. 1872. 

— Nature study, poetry and the influence of univer- 

sal nature. 1869 4715.19 

l£oiom(M.) Sketches of natural history. . .4721.18 
Jenks {J. W.) Kural poetry of the English language. 

1856 1646.14 

Larcom (L., ed.) Hillside and seaside in poetry. 1877. 

— Koadside poems for summer travellers. 1876. 
LoiififeUow (if. W., ed.) Poems of ijlaces. 31 v. 1876- 

79 1667.11 

Contents : 

1 1 ance and Savoy, 2 v. 

Germany, 2 v. 

Greece and Turkey in Europe. 

Ireland. 

Ilaly, 3 V. 

Ocean ica. and miscel. seas and 

islands. 
Russia. 
Scotland, v. 2. 
Spain, Portugal, Belgium, and 

Holland. 
Switzerland and Austria. 

Mountains (Tlte): a collection of poems. 1876. 1673.4'J 
Sea and shore : a coll. of poems. [Ed. by Mrs. God- 
dard and Harriet Preston.] 1874. . . . 1683.36 
Shairp {J. C.) On poetic interpretation of nature. 1877. 
tVitson{A.] Science and poetry, [/h /a's Leisure studies, 1H78.] 
}Vilson (£.) Naturalist's ijoetical companion. With notes. 

184i; 1C9G.'26 

/Kxr •^cc «/.w Natural history {Nature, p. dOd); and Sea- 
sons, in general alphabet. 

22. Nursery Rhymes. 

HalliweU (J. 0.) Nursery rhymes of England. [Per- 
cy societ3', V. 4. ] . ". ." 5060.04 

— Popular rhymes and nursery tales. 1849. 1645.21 
Ker {J. B.) Archa-ology of. 2 v. 1840. . 6214.12 
J/o(/40' Goose melodies set to music. 1873. . 16611.18 
Mother Goose's melodies. lUus. [n. d.] . 16(16.17 
Bitson ((/. ) Gammer Gurtou's Garland or the Nur- 
sery Parnassus, [anon.'] 1866. . . . 1681.24 

Rosselti (C. G.) Sing-song. 1S72 1681.21 

S'dsbee (J/c.s.) Willie Winkle's nursery songs of 

Scotland. 1859 1695.17 

White ^ Mrs. A. B.) Little-folksongs. 1871.1696.20 
Whitney {Mrs. A. D. T.) Mother Goose for grown 

folks. 1859 I(i7a.l6 

See also Atlantic Monthly, v. 6, 1860 (The nursery blar- 
ney-stone). 

23. Odes. 

*5"The chief odists in Greek poetry were Alcfeus. 
Anacreon, Sappho, and Simonides; in Latin poetry. Hor- 
ace, and, in English poetry. Dryden {e.g. 'Alexander's 
least' and 'Song on St. Cecilia's day');— Gray ('The bard.' 
etc.) ;— Colhns ('Ude to the passions') ; — Burns ('Scots wha 
ha'e') ;— Colerid:..'e ('Odes to Memory and despondency. 
I'fc.'):— Shelley ('Ode to the .Skylark).— Words-worth (Inti- 
mations of immortaUty, c'c.') ;- Tennyson ('Ode to the 
duke of Wellington') ;— S-winburne ('Ode to the French re- 
public') ;— Lowell ('Harvard Commemoration ode'). 



Africa. 
America : 

New England, 2 v. 

Middle States. 1 v. 

Western States, 1 v. 

Southern States, 1 v. 
Asia, 3 V. 
British America, Mexico, 

and South America. 
Denmark, Iceland, Korway 

and Sweden. 
England and Wales, 4 v. 



24. Parodies. 

Carey (P.) Poems and parodies. 1855. 



1632.03 



Aytuun{yV. K) Book of ballads, i;d. by Bon Gaul- 
tier. 18.54 1613.14 

— Firiuilian, a 'spasmodic' tragedy. 1854. . 171V.19 
Biijdow {J.) Amer. rejected addresses. 18.J5. 1643.07 
Deacon (Wni. F.) Warren iaua. 1851.. . . 16S4.k2 
timith (J.) Kejected addresses. [/o Smith (H. and 

J.) Poet, works. N. Y. 1827.] . . . 1685.19 

Taylor (Hayard). The echo club. 1S76. . . 2544.C0 

Webb (.0. li.) Parodies, jirose and verse. . 2546.27 

A'ee a/sci Westra. rev., v. C2, 18.14 or Littell, V. 6. 1854. 

25. Political Songs and Ballads. 

Wright (Tlwiiias). On olil EuhIii-Ii l.olitical hongs. [In his Zfi- 
says on lit., etc., v. '1. 1K4(;.J 27'i'i.21 

Ilalliwell [J. O., ed.) Loyal garland, 17th cent. [In Percy society, 
v. 29.) 5000.29 

Morley (U.) The king and the commons. Cavalier 
and puritan. 1809 1673.21 

WriijhUT.. nl.) Tolitical ballads published iu England during 
the commonwealth. (/» Percy sociely. v.3.] . . .'J06(l,03 

— Political songs of England, from John to Edward 

ii., 1839. [Camden society.] . . . .5112.06 

See also Ed. rev,, v. 113, 18C1, or Littell, v. 17, 1857 
(Political ballads of England and Scotland). 

26. Quotations. 

ffirSee Quotations, iu general alphabet. 

27. Religious Poetry. 

fl®=AVt' Hymns and religious lyrics (p. C40 of catalogue) ; 
also Contemp. rev., v. 12. 18(i9 or Littell, 18li9.v. 4(Keli- 
gious poetry and scientific criticism, by H. A. Page ) ; 
Journal of sac. lit., v. 36-37, 1865-66 (Early English religious 
poetry, by J. M. 0.) 

28. Satire eUid Satirists. 

fl®* See (iu the general alphabet) Satire and satirists. 

29. Scottish Ballads and Sougs. 

Dixon {J. IT., eel.) Scottish traditional versions of ancient bal- 
lads. [In Percy society, v. 17.] 6060.17 

Aytoun {W. F.) Balladsof Scotland. 2 v. 1858. 1513.12 
Chambers (B.) Popular rhymes of Scotland. [In Ids Select 

writings, v. 7.J 50'23.16 

Oiinnhiijham (A.) Songs of Scotland, ancient and 

modern. 4 v. 1825 1631.26 

Goioans (W.) Catalogue of the Scottish poets, from 

the earliest period. 1853 17-12.14 

Herd (D.) Ancient and modern Scottish songs, heroic 

ballads, etc. 2 v. 1870 1646.04 

Mackay (C. ) Legendary and romantic ballads of 

Scotland. 1861. . ' 1672.02 

Mothericell (IF.) Ancient and modern minstrelsy. 

With introd. and notes. 2 v. 1846. . 1073.17 
3hirray (J. C.) Ballads and songs of Scotland. 1874. 
Bitson (J.) Scottish songs and ballads. New ed. 

[1873.] 1681.27 

Iloijers (C.) Scottish minstrel: songs of Scotland 

subsequent to Burns. 1870 1()78.01 

Scott {W.) Minstrelsy or the Scottish Border. [In his Works, 

v. 1. N. Y. 1833. S") 6065.01 ; 5066.13 

Smith {A) Scottish ballads. Last leaves, etc., 1809 ; p. 1-64. 

— Same. [In Edinburgh essays. ]8Ci5: p. 204-241.) . . 2528.05 

jVote.— Eepr. in LitteU. Jan. 9. 18.68. 
Tytler {S.) and Watson (J. L.) Songstress of Scotland. 

2 V 3251.01; 

Veitch (J.) History and poetry of the Scottish border. 

1878 1094.39 

See also the following magazine articles : Fraser's mag., 
V. 65, 1862 (Early Scottish poetry, by Shirley) ; v. 73. 1866; 
V. 76, 1807 (Clerical song writers of the North) ; N. Brit, 
rev.. V. 36, 1862 (Peasants and poets of Austria and Scot- 
land) ; Qu. rev., v. Iu;.. 1869 (MinstreUy of Scotland). 

30. Songs : Collections. 

Aikeii (J.) Essay on song writing; with coll. of 
Engl, songs. New ed. by R. H. Evans. 1810. 

Bayly {T. H.) Songs, ballads and poems. 2 v. 18-I4. 

ndl(R.) Songs from the dramatists. 1855. . 161-1.28 

Blackie {J. S.) Musa Burschicosa. A book of songs 
for students. 1809 1614.31 

British minstrel : English, Scottish, and Irish songs. 
3v. 1824 1015.19 

British minstrel : songs, duets, glees, etc. 1567.01 

Collier (J. P., ed.) Lyrical poems, selected from- musical publi- 
cations belw. 1589 and 1600. [In Percy soc., v. 13 ] 601,0.13 



In asking for books, use the " Book Order." giving the AUTHOR'S NAME, the first part of the TITLE, and the NUMBER. 



908 



POETRY 



Common-place book of British song. 1823. . 1033.24 
Cunniniiham (A.) Songs of Scotland, ancient and 

modern. 4 v. 1825 1031. •if, 

Deloney ('/■.) Garland of good-will. Kd. by 1. 11. Dixou. \/n 

Percy snciety. V. 30.) 6l)C.ll.:iO 

— Straiij^o historieB, or Bongee and soncts. [/n Percy Rocit-iv, 

y. a] socu.iti 

Dibdin (C.) Collection of BougK. 3 v. 171)2. . 1612.0:! 
FairlioU t F. W. ) Civic garland. Songs from London 

pageants. [//, Percy society, v. I'J.]. . 5060.] 'J 

— Satirical songs and poems on costume, 13tb-l!Jth 

century. l/» Percy society, v. 27.] . .5060.27 
Garrelson ( K V. D. ) Carmina Yalensia : a collection 

of college songs. 18H7 1644.04 

Herd (Z>. ) Ancient and modem Scottish songs, heroic 

ballads, etc. 2 v. 1870 1646.04 

/(7»A(rrt(('(; book of English songs. [?!. iZ.] . . 1615.15 

Jiicohite minstrelsy. 1829 1662.08 

Johnson {!{.) Crown garland of golden roscB. Pts. 1 and 2. 

Kd. by W. CLappell. [/« Percy society, v. 0, 15.] BOCOIS 
Palijmre (F. T.) A Golden treasury of songs and 

lyrical poems. 1863. 1675.08 

Patriiks' vocal miscellany ; or loyal songs. 1804. 
Plumire {.J.) Collection of songs. 3 v. 1806-08. 1676.12 
Podrij of various glees, songs, etc., as performed at the 

Harmonists, 17'.I8 1676.25 

liamsfii/ (A.) Tea-table miscellany : choice songs, 

Scots and English. 2 v. 1871. . . . 1681.07 
liichardson (A. S. ) Songs from the old dramatists, 

1873 1081.12 

BimbanU (E. F.) Little book of songs and ballads. 

1851 1683.04 

liitson (J.) Select collection of English songs. 3 v. 

17n3 1683.01 

Smidys (W.) Festive songs of the 16tU and 17th centui-ies, with 

an introduction, [/ii Percy society, v. 23.] . . 6060.->3 
Uiih-ei sal songster ; or museum of mirth. 3 v. [». c/.] 
Wright {T.nl.) Songs and carols of the 15th century. [/« Per- 
cy Ruciety. V. 23.] 50f;u.23 

— Speiimcns of lyric poetry, time of Edward I. [/« Percy so- 

ciety. V. 4.] 6060.04 

KF S'e also Atlantic mouthly, v. 'n, 1868 (Convivial 
songs, by C D. Sbanley). Srr also Vers de Societe (p. ',108); 
also names of individual songwriters, in the general alpha- 
bet. '■. g.. Shakspere (Wm.i :— Jonson (Ben.) ;— Nairne ■,— 
Morris ( ('«;)<. C) ;— Mahony (F. S.) ;— Lover (S.) ;— Procter 
jB. W.) Fnr .song>i hy authors other than EngtUh sea ujider 
Literature (p. 706-712). 

31. Sonnets: collections, and critical history. 

Deshler (C. D.) Afternoons with the poets. 1879. 

Hunt (J. K L.) and Lee (S. A.) Book of the sonnet. 
2 v, 1867 1062.01 

Lofft { C. ) Laura ; or, anthology of sonnets, (on the 
Petrarcan model) : English, Italian, Spanish, 
Portuguese, French, and German, 5 v, 1814, 

Heed (H.) Engl, sonnets. |in /iis Lectures on the Brit, poets., 
v. 2. 18.57 ; p. 235-271.] 1682.14 

Trench {H.C.) llistory of the English sonnet, [/n Afternoon lec- 
tures, V. 4. 1867 ; p. 135-169.] 2512.23 

See also Cornhill mag., v. 1872, or Littell. 1872. v. 2 
(The English sonnet); Dublin Eev., Oct., 1876 (Critical 
hist, ot the sonnet). 

jgi^.svy also (in English) the works of Spenser (E.); — 
Shakspere (W.);— Howard (H.. earl of //iirrey) ;— Sidney 
{■sir P.):— Donne (J.); — Drummond (W.);— Milton (J.):— 
Gray (T.) ;— Warton (T.) .— Cowper (W.) ;— Wordsworth 
(W.) ;— Byron lord) -.Soiiihey ;— Coleridge iS. T.);— Cole- 
ridge (Hartley);— Shelley (P. B.);— Turner (Charles). 

32. Southern Rebellion (Poetry of the). 

Moore (F.) Lyrics of loyalty. 1804. . . . 1673.03 
Seh-clion of war lyrics. lilus. by F.O.C.Darley.1635.20 
White U.G. Poeti-y of the civil war. 1866. . 169.5.05 
i{f5=See also volumes of poems by Boker (G. H.), 
Briiwuell (H. H.): DeLeon (T. C): Hayne (P.^ul H.); Long- 
fellow (H. W.); Melville (11.); Palmetto pictures ; Whit- 
lier (John G.) 

33. Translations from foreign poets : Collections. 

FrothiiKjIiam iS. L.) Metrical pieces, translated and 
original. 1855 1043.17 

Maegrrgor {R. G.) Anthology, from Italian, French, German, 
and Latin sources, [In his InAian leisure.) . . 1665.12 

ll)/(ni ( R. ) Poetry and jjoets : choicest anecdotes rel- 
ative to the i)oet6 of every age and nation : with 
specimens. 3 v. 1830 168:3.11 

WalpoleUt.) Garland of flowers. 1806. . .1694.30 



iVellexley (H.) Anthologia polyglotta ; versions in va- 
rious languages, chiefly from the Greek Anthol- 
ogy. 1849 1C94.33 

Worsley (P, K ) Poems and translations. 2d ed. 1875. 
.SVi' also Fraser's niag. July. 1K75. (Essay on poetical 
translation, by I-', W. Newman). 

jBEgrFor translations of poems from foreign languages 
see under Literature (p. 704-712) names of various litera- 
tures. 

34. Vers de Soci( te : Collections. 

Locker (F.) Lyra (■legantiiuum : vers di; societe. 1807. 

Fennell (U. C.) Muses of Mayfair : vers de socie'te of 

the 19th century. 1874 1075.38 

^^-F<)r iwlividual writers of vers d<! wci'c/c. see. in the 
general alphabet, Bayly (Tlios. II.): Dobson (A,); Calver- 
ley (C- S.) —Collins (Mortimer);— Locker (Fred.);— Lytton 
(Robert B.);— Moore (Thos.):— Praed (Wm. M.);— Pryor 
(Matthew);- SterTy(J. A.) See a/«oContemp. rev., v. 20, 1872 
or Littell, 1872, V, 3 (Poets of Society, by H ,(i. Hewlett); Ed. 
rev. Oct., 1874 (English fugitive songs and lyrics); London 
society, Sept.. 1877 (Poetry of persiflage, by W. 1). Adams); 
N. Brit, rev., v. 47, 1K67 (EngliKh Vers de i-uciete); St. 
James, Oct., 1877 (Society verses and versifiers, by H. T. 
Svbite); Qu. rev. Julyj 1874 C Enghsh vers de society, 
ed. by F. Locker): St. Paul's, v. 13 (by W. C. Moukhouse). 

35. Versificatiou : Metre, Rhjrme, and Rhythm. 

Barham {T. F.) On metrical time, <'r the rliythiii of verse, an- 
cient and modern, [/n Philol. soc. Proceedings. 1860.) 

Blackie, [J. S.) Remarks on English hexameters, [/n/iw Hoi a> 
Hellenicip. 1874.] 2513.20 

Caylry (C. 11.) Riniarks and experiments on English hexanie- 
ters. [In Philol. soc. I'roceedings, 1862.] .... 0443.14 

Carpenter (./. E.) Handbook of poetry ; art of mak- 
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Conyheare {J. J.) lutrod. essay on the metre of Anglo-Saxon poe- 
try. |/rt /lis IllUBtratious, rfc] 1631.24 

Every man his own (loet ; or the inspired singer's receipt book. 
By a Newdigatc prizeman. 1879 1643.34 

Gascohjne (G.) Certayne notes of instruction in Eng- 
lish verse. Ed. by E. Arber. 1808. . ..5011,05 

(fray (T.) Observ-ations on English metre, on the pscudcj- 
rhythmns, or rhyme. [In Gray (T.) and Nicholls (N.) 
Corresp., p. 223-291.] ;'072.)3 

GueKt (£) History of English rhythms.2v. 1838. 16-14.31 

Hn<,d{T.) Rules of rhyme. 1809 1661.27 

Kennedy [E.) On Alliteration in poetry. [In Afternoon lectures. 
V. 3. 1860; p. 87-129, 1866.] 2512.22 

Maldenill.) On Greek and English versificatiou, [//i Philol. foc. 
proceedings 1846-48.) 6443.03 

Poole (J. ) English Parnassus : or help to English 
poesie, Rythming monosyllables, epithets, and 
phrases, 1677 " 1676.26 

Si/lvesia- {J. J.) Laws of verse. 1870. . . . 

Note. — Reviewed by C. M. Ingleby in Fortn. rev., v. 14. 

Tate {J.) introd. to the Greek tragic and comic metres. [In 
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Walker i If. S.) Shakespeare's versification and its 
apparent irregularities explained by examjiles 
from early and late English writers. 1854. 2752. 'i2 

Wright {T.) On the origin of rhymes in medifeval poetry. [In 
Aj5 Essays on arcb. subjects, V. 2. 1861.] .... 443.30 
^j" .See also discussions of English metres in articles 
upon Homeric translation (p. 629.) 

Sec also Bibl. sacra, Jan., 1867 {'fhe two fold fundamental 
law of rhythm and accentuation, by C. M. Mead) ; Gent's 
mag.. Mch.. 1875 (Is verse a trnmmel ? by P. S. Ormoiid) ; 
IVIacmillan's m.ng., Anl., 1862 (Engl, hexameters) ; N. Brit. 
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Rliymhitj Dictionaries. 

Barnum (S. W. ) Vocabulary of Englisli rhymes. 1876. 
Walker {J.) Khyming dictionary. New ed. 1851. 

36. Welsh Poetry 

«S-»i' Literature |('(/.c. p. 701 . 

37. War Songs and Patriotic Poetry. 

Btackie (J. S.) War songs of the Germans. 1870. 

Ftnsluaoe (C. A.) Battle songs of var. nations. 1014.33 

McCabe (W. G.) Ballads of battles and bravery. 1879. 

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Wliiie (Ii. (r.) National hymns. 1861. . . . 1695.04 

J*^ Sec also Southern'rebelUon {ante). 

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of the populace); London soc, Dec, 1877 (Battle snngs); 

Putnam's mag.. Sept., 1856 (Poetry of war): Qu. rev., Jan., 

1871 ejT Littell, 1871, v, 1 (French patriotic songs) ; v, 129, 

1870 (German patriotic songs); Eclectic mag., v. 28, 1853 

(Poetry of martial enthusiasm). 



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POETRY 



909 



Reference Class-List of Poets. 

XfirThe following list includes those British and American poets whose works are in 
eign poets whose works have been translated into English. Critical estimates will be 
the author's works, in the general alphabet, and also in itiui.iiAiHV ip. IH. ■Jl.'^i). 



Abbe (F. It.) 

Adams (.1. Q) 

Addison (Joseph). 

Ago {h\'lix), psetiil. 

Aikin (John). 

Akenside (Mark). 

Akers (Eliz.) 

Aldrich (Thomas B.) 

Alexander (Wm., carl 
of Sln'tintj.) 

Alford (Iliury). 

Alfred {King). 

Alger (Win. R.) 

Allen (P. J.) 

AUen(Kli?.. A.) 

Allingham (Wni.) 

Allston (Wiishiugtou). 

Alsop (Robert). 

Anacreon. 

Angley (J. G.) 

Anster (Juhu). 

Anti-Jacobin- 

ApoUonius Jiliodtus. 

Apuleius. 

Ahosto (L.) 

Aristeenetus. 

Armstrong (J.) 

Arnold (tieurge). 

Arnold (Matthew). 

Auersperg (A. L., count 
von). 

Austin (Alfred). 

Aytoun (Win. K.) 

Bailey (Philip Jaaies). 

Baillie (Joanna). 

Baker (t.i. A.) 

Baldwin (J. D.) 

Ball (A. M. W.) 

Barbauld (Mrs. A. L.) 

Barbour (Juhu). 

Barham (R. H.) 

Barlow (Juel). 

Barnes (Wm.) 

Barrett (E. G. B.) 

Barton (Bernard). 

Batchelder (Sam.,jV.) 

Baxter (Richard). 

Bayley (F. W. N.) 

Bayly (Anselni). 

Bayly (Thomas H.) 

Beach (E. T. P.) 

Beatlie (James). 

Beattie iJ. H.) 

Beaumont (Francis). 
Beaumont (Sir John), 
Becket (Andrew). 
Beers (KtbtlL.) 
Beers (Henry A.) 
Bell (Cnrrer. Ellis, and 

Acton). 
Bell (Robert). 
Bellew (J. C. M.) 
Belrose (Louis, jr.) 
Bennett (Wm. C.) 
Bennoch (Francis). 
Beowulf. 

Bcranger (P- J. de). 
Besant (Wiilter). 
Bast (Larry). 
Bethune (E. D.) 
Bickersieth (E. H.) 
Bigelow (Jacob). 
Biou. 

Blackie (J. Stuart). 
Blacklock (Thomas). 
Slackmore (Sir R.) 
Blair ('(ubrrt). 
Blake (Wm.) 
Bland (/I'cti. Robert). 
Bloede. 

Bloomfield (Robert). 
Bodenliam (John). 
Bodmer (J. J.) 
Bogart (Khz.) 
Boileau-Despreaux (N.) 
Boker (George H.) 
Bonaparte (Lueien), 
Bon Gaultier, /'iewii. 
Bonar (ili-nry). 
Borrow ('icorge). 
Boswell (.S(V Alex.) 
Bourne (Vincent). 
Bowles (Wm. L.) 
Bowring (John). 
Boyse (Samuel). 
Brathwait (R.) 
Bridges (Sallie). 



Brigstocke (T) 

Brome (Alex.) 

Bronte (Charlotte, Anne, 

and Emily). 
Brooke (Henry). 
Brooks (Charles T.) 
Broome (Wm.) 
Brown (J. W.) 
Browne (L IL) 
Browne ( Win.) 
Brownell (11. H.) 
Browning {Mrs. E. B.) 
Browning (Kobert). 
Bruce ( ^licliael). 
Bruce (Robert). 
Bryant (Wm. C.) 
Buchanan lUnbei't). 
Buckingham (John Shef- 

ti-ld. Ullhr of). 

Buonarroti (M. A.) 
Burleigh (Wm. H.) 
Burns (K-.b.-it). 
Butler (Siiuuel). 
Butler (Wm. A.) 
Byrom (Juhu). 
Byron (Lord). 
Calidasa. 
CaIl(\V. M. W.) 
Callimachus. 
Oalverley (C. S.) 
Calvert (George H.) 
Cambridge (R. O.) 
Camoens (Luis de).' 
Campbc!' (Thomas). 
Canning (George). 
Carew (Thomas). 
Carey (H. M.) 
Carlen (J. G.) 
Carlton (Will).' 
Carlyle (John D.) 
Carpenter (J. E.) 
Carroll (Lewis. 7)S';«(7.) 
Oarteromaco \pseud.] See 

Forlet^nerri (N.) 
Cartwright (William). 
Gary (Alice). 
Cary (Phoebe). 
Case (Will.) 
Casti (lUambattista). 
Catullus. 

Caustic (Chvifitoph.., pseud.) 
Cawthorn (J.) 
Chadwick (John W.) 
Ghallen (J.) 
Chalmers (Alexander). 
Chambers (Robert). 
Changed crnss. 
Channing (Wm. E.) 
Chapone {Mrs. II. M.) 
Chapter (The). 
Chatterton (Thomas). 
Chaucer (Geoffrey). 
Child nature. 
Chimasia. 
Christmas tyde. 
Christopher Caustic, jisnid. 
Churchill (Cli^ulrB). 
Churchyard (Thomas). 
City's heart (The). 
Clark (John). 
Clarke (C. C.) 
Clarke (M. C.) 
Ctaudian. 
Cleanthes. 

Cleaveland {Mrs. E. H. J.) 
Clio and Strephon (Epistles 

of). 
Chve (Mrs. C. W.) 
Clough (Arthur Hugh). 
Cobb (Isaac). 
Ooleridgii (Hartley). 
Coleridge (Samuel T.) 
Collins (William). 
Colman (J. F ) 
Colton {K'V. Charles). 
Coluthus. 
Combe (Wm.) 
Congreve (William). 
Conrad (K. T.) 
Cook (Eliza). 
Cook (Keiiiiigale R.) 
Cooke (Philip P. 
Cooper (J. G.) 
Cooper (.Miss S. F.) 
Corbet (Richard). 
Cornwall (Barry, pseud.) 
Oostello (L. S.) 



Cottle (Jo.seph). 

Cotton (Charles), 

Cotton (Nathaniel). 

Courthope (W. J.) 

Cowley (Abraham). 

Cowper (William). 

Ooxe (A. C.) 

Crabb (George). 

Craig (l^a). 

Craik(;)//-s. I). M. M.) 

Cranch (Christopher P.) 

Crashaw /Richard). 

Crawley (Richard). 

Croly (Ji'v. (ieorge). 

Croswell (/i""'. Wm.) 

Cumberland (Richard). 

Cunningham (Allan). 

Cunningham (J(»hu), 

Curwen (Harry). 

Dagnall (John M.) 

Dana [Richard 11.) 

Daniel (Samuel), 

Dante Alighieri. 

Darwin (ErastUH). 

Davenant (.V?rWm.) 

Davidson (L, M.) 

Davidson (M. M.) 

Davies (.S'(r John), 

De Leon (T. C) 

Denham (John). 

Dennis (Juhu). 

De Vere (Aubrey). 

Dibdin (CharleK), 

Dibdin (Thomas). 

Dies ira*. 

Digby (Kenelni II.) 

Dillon (Weutworth. 
ear/, of Roscommon). 

Disraeli (Benj.) 

Dobell (Sydney), 

Dodge (Mary Mapes). 

Dodd (William). 

Dodsley (Robert). 

Doesticks (Q.K. ^..psrud.] 

Donne (John). 

Dorr (Mr.^. 5. C. R.) 

Dorset (Enrlof). 

Doyle (Sir F. H.) 

Drake (J. Rodman). 

Drayton (Michael). 

Drummond (William). 

Dryden (John). 

Du Bartas (G. de S., sicur). 

Dubois (Patterson). 

Duke (Richard). 

Duryee (Job), 

Dyce (Rev. Alexander) 

Dyer (John). 

Dyer (Samuel). 
Eagles (AVc. John), 
Edwards (Amelia E.) 
Eliot ((i>-'oiii,e.j>S''ud.) 
Elliot (Ebeuezer). 
EUis (George). 
Emerson (N. S.) 
Emerson (R. W.) 
Emmons jWilliam). 
Epistles ot Clio and 

Strephon. 
Eroeldoune (Thomas of). 
Euripides. 
Evans {Ri-v. Evan). 
Everett (Alex. H.) 
Faber (Rev. F. W.) 
Fairfleld (Sumner L.) 
Falconer (William). 
Fane (Violet). 
Fawcett (Edgar). 
Fawkes (Francis). 
Felton (John B.) 
Fenton (Elijah). 
Fergusson (Robert). 
Fessenden (T. G.) 
Fielding (MiMiry). 
Fitz-Gerald (M, P.) 
Fletcher (Giles). 
Fletcher (Phiueas). 
Fontaine (Fiiiucis). 
Ford (Emily E.) 
Forteguerri (Niccolo). 
Foxlon (i'".. psemi.) 
Freiligrath (Ferdinand). 
Freneau (Philiii). 
Friswell (J. Haiu). 
Frithiofs saga, 
Frothingham (N. L.) 
Fuilom (Stephen W.) 



the library, and also for- 
found in connection with 

Gait (Jnhh). 
Garcilasso dcla Vega. 
Gardette iC. D.) 
Gardner (Cclin E.) 
Garrick (Oavid). 
Garrison ( Win. Lloyd). 
Garth (Samuel), 
Gascoignc (George), 
Gay (John). 
Genin (Thomas II.) 
Gessner (Salomon), 
Gilbert (W.s.) 
Gilder (R. W.) 
Gilman (Caroline). 
Gisborne (Thomas). 
Glaplhorne (Henry). 
Glover (Richard). 
Goethe (J. W. von). 
Goldsmith (Oliver). 
Goodale (Elaine tmd 

inn-d. Read). 
Goodwin (E. C.) 
Googe (Uarnahy), 
Gosse (Edmund W.j 
Gould (Miss H, F.) 
Gould S. Baring). 
Gower (John). 
Grainger (James). 
Granville (George, lord 

Lijtdeton). 
Gray (Thomas). 
Grayson (Wm. S.) 
Green (Mattliew). 
Greenleaf (L. N.) 
Greenwell (Dora). 
Greenwood (Grace, jjscuf/.) 
Griffiin (Gerald). 
Griffith (R, T. H.) 
Habington (Wm.) 
Hafiz. 

Hagerman (S. Miller' 
Halifax (Earl of ). 
Hall (Joseph). 
Halleck (Fitz Greene). 
Halpine (Charles G.) 
Hamerton (P. G.) 
Hamilton (William). 
Hammond (James). 
Hankinson (T. E.) 
Hannah (James), 
Harris W. R.) 
Harte (Bn-t). 
Harte (Walter). 
Harry. 

Harvey (John). 
Hastings {Lady Flora), 
Hay (John). 

Haydn ami other poems, 
Hayes (Edward). 
Hayne (Paul H.) 
Heath (George). 
Heber (Reginald). 
Heine (Hejniich;. 
Hemans (.Mrs. Felicia). 
Hemenway (A. M.) 
Henry {i In- minstrel). 
Herbert (George). 
Herd (David). 
Herrick (Robert). 
Hervey (T. K.) 
Hesiod. 

Heywood (Thomas). 
HiU (Gi.-nr-e). 
Hogg (lame.s . 
Hogg (Thomas). 
Hole (Richard). 
Holland |J. G,) 
Holmes (Oliver W.) 
Homer. 

Hood (Thomas). 
Hopkinson (Francis). 
Hopper (Edward). 
Horace. 
Home (R 11. i 
Horrocks iJ. I>.) 
Hosmer iBuir G.) 
Hosmcr (Wm. H. C.) 
Hownrd (Henry, car/ o/" 

Surr-y). 
Howarth (E. C.) 
Howe (J. W.) 
Howells (Wm. D.) 
Ho Witt (Mrs. Mary). 
Howitt (William). 
Hows (J. W. S.) 
Hughes (John) 
Hunt (Helen). 



In asking for books, use the " Book Order," giving the AUTHOR'S NAME, the first part of the TITLE, aud the NUMBER. 



910 



POETRY: Reference Clas.-LHt o^ P°«^_ 



Hant (.1 'I Ifi^''- 

Hurdis (/''■" •l^""'"'- 
rmoge„aua.tlu;.l...e.n-. 

Janvier (F- '1" l^"""- 
Jenyns (Soaiiie). 
Johannes Secundas. 
JohnJ^rulMBlia""' 

ioui-nal. 
Johnson IS'"""""- ,„,> 
Johnstone («;"• ■"'""^'''• 
Jones lErue»t,. 
Jones |JoU").-.„. „,, 
Jones (Air William). 
Jonson iBcn)- 
Joyce (W. 1>.) 
jnicHSamue). 
Jndson (Emily C.) 
Juvenal. 
Kalcvala. 
Ivilidusa. 

Keats (■I"l'"'V-,,„> 
Keble [Hi" 3"hn). 

Kemhle (!;'^'"'^"f/,-' 
Kendall (T.nio by.) 
Kenealy (E. »•! 
Kennedy iJames)- 
Kennett (Basil). 

Kenney •'■"•' 
Kent (Ol.arleB). 

{^r,S'haV(H-Viet'kcE., 

Kin" (William). 
K.nlsley (Charles). 

Klopstock (t. i.l 
Knox (Vicesiuius). 
Knox Craig (J'«-I-) 
Kormac. 
Korner (O i .1 
Kortum (C -^i) 

iss^siA^r-^'- 

La Fontaine (Jean de). 
Lamarline (A. de). 
Lamb (Charles). 
Lambert (C. B-) 
Land.s (E NV ■ 
Landon (1^- r.- 
Landor (W.h.) 
Langhorne .John). 
Laniei- (SWuey). 
Lansdowne {Lord). 
Larcom (Ui>^y)- 

Lawson (J;,'"''*'!.;, 
Lei'hton (Robtrt). 

Lei^hton(\Nm-) 
Leland (Charles G.) 
Lewes(.Wis. M. E.) 

Lewis(Ali'U2")- p. 
Lewis (Mrs. Anna E.l 
Lewis iMattheW Oregon) 

Lillipat l'^'^';- 
Lippincott {Mrs. h. J) 
Lloyd iBobert). 
Lloyd (S. H.) 
Locker (Frederick). 
Lockhart iJohu O. 
Lockwood (Henry). 
Lodbroc. 
Logan iJohii). 
Longfellow (IKuryW) 

LovJUce (Kichard). 
Lover (Sanuu-l). 
Lovibond Edward). 
^°oweU .James llus.eU). 

Lowell («•■■'. K. T. b.) 
i;;;??^«s earns (Titus). 
Lyndsay {»<■ David). 
|:^y?i"ton (George lonj). 

tri on (M'- E. Biilwer)- 
LyUoSlKobevtliulwer) 

Maoauley [}■ '^) 
M earthy (D. 1.) 
M Creery (John). 
Mac Donald (George). 
M Donald (."«-M.N.) 
Mackay (Charles). 
Mac Kellar crhomas). 
Macneill (Hei-tor). 
Ma^Pherson (James). 
MK'inn (Wm.) 
Mallett (David). 
Mangan (J. C.) 
Manilius. . 

M irkham (Gervaisc). 
Marston {V. B.) 
Martin (J.ihu) 



Marvell (Mulrew). 
Marvin (F. K.) 
Mary. ('J"'-'" '/*'•"")• 
Mason (/fcr. Wm.) 
Massey (Herald). 
Matthias (l.J.) 

M^gha Duta. 

Melville (Herman). 

Menander. 

Menken (A. 1) 

Meredith ("'""'^ , 

Merivale (J"hn H.) 

Michael Angelo. 

Michell iNiiholaS'). 

Mickle .Will. J) 

Miller (■'"■"1"'"', ,„,.,, 
Milman (lleury » ')■ 
Milnes (H. Moiicktou). 
Milton (John). 
Milton (M. S.) 
Minnesingers. 
Mistral (Fr.) 
Mrs. Jerninghams 

iourual. 
Milford («■!'■ Jol"")- 
Moile(N.T.) 
Montague (Ch.. carl of 

Halifax). 
Montgomery (James • 
Montgomery (l"'"';'l- 
Moon (G. Washington). 
Moore (Edward). 
Moore ('.''i'. James L-l 
Moore (Tlionias). 
More (U.iunah). 
Morning watch. 
Morris T' ■../"■ CharleB], 
Morris (Gcuige P. 
Morris i/ci- John B.) 
Morris (William). 
Morse (O. A.) 
Moschus. 

Motherwell (Willia™) 
Moulton (Louise 
CluindUl). 

Mullen (^';>""<;";, , 

Mulock [M'siV. U.) 
Murphy (AiHliur). 
Murray (E. C. G.) 
Murray (George). 
Musaeus. 

SlS//?C^O^a,»«..). 

TJpple (Henry). ^, ^ 

New fashioned girl (The). 

Newell (l;H.) 

Newman |.J. "■! 

S'^efl'^rlrodeu). 
Nor!on(.W«.Ca,ohne). 
Octavian (Uomai.ce of) 
CEhlenschliEger (A.) 
Oldham (Juhn). 
Oliohant (Caroline). 
01i?e (The) and the pine. 

gl^liUy ijr-hn Boyle . 

O'Reilly («■''■-■ Jft'-E) 
OShaughnessy (A^ W. E.) 

Osborne (Langhtou). 
Osgood (Frances h.) 
Ossian. 

Otway .Thomas). 
Our little one, etc. 
Out cioppings. 
Sverbury (.sir Thomas). 
Ovidius Naso (I'.l 
?Iine (K'.l^ert Trea .jr.) 
Palfrey (.'/'f >^"r.ih L) 

Palgrave (Francis 1.) 

Palmer (Kay). 

Palmer (Bouudel). 

Parker (Henry W .) 

Parnell (Thomas . 

■ParrV iI!'V. J. D.) 

?arsSns (Th.m.as W.) 
pfsquin (Anth..ny, psrud.) 
Patmore (Cyentryl. 
Pattison (W.ni..m). 
Peacock (TliomasL.) 
Ppak iGavilan). 
lennell (U.Cholinoudeley). 
Percival (James G.) 
Percy (Florence, p.««<i.) 

Percy («;>■ IhoniaB). 

■PfTTV (Nova). 

Ifrsius Flaccns (Aul.is). 

Petrarca(F.am-e8c.;) 

Petronius Arbiter (Titus). 

Phelps (Eliz. S) , 

Philips (Ambrose). 

Phillips (John) 



Phillips (llichard). 
Piatt fjohn James) 

Piatt (."'»■ «; »■ «•' 
Pierpont (John)- 
Piers moughuian. 

l!ndar(C.L..;-....«^) 
Pindar (I'eter. ;*»<•) 
Poe (Eduar A.) 
Poems. l.y a South 
Or.ilmiiin. 

Poems ; ^y.^,"'?" rdel 
Polignac (.Melchior de). 

Pollock (Uobert). 
Pomlret (Johii). 
Pope (Alexander). 
Pracd (Wm. M.) 
Press (Till). 
Preston (Margaret J.) 

Prince (J- C) 

Prior (Mathcw). 

Prior(B. C A.) 

Procter (.Idelaidc A.) 

Procter (Barry W.) 

Proctor (Edna U.) 

Propertius (S A.) 

Pnttenham ((.icorge). 

Putnam (!*■ I'-l . , 

Quarles (F.aiicmj. 

Quincy (J. P.) 

Quintus .■imiiriurm. 

Badcliffe (Anne). 

Ealeigh (.Sir Walter). 

Eamayana. 

Kamsay (Allen). 

Rands |W, B.) 

■Ravmond (George E.) 

Hid (Thomas Buchanan) 

Keade (Comptou). 

Reade (J. E) 

Redden (Laura C.) 

Remington (A. G.) 

Reynard the tox. 

Rice (darvey). 

Richards (A. B) 

Richards (Wm. c.) 

Richardson (Abby S.) 

Richardson (Fredev.ka). 

Richardson (John). 

Roberts (W.H.) 

Robinson (Clenient). i 

Rochester {tarlof). 

Rogers (Samuel). 

roil'int'(iut Wellington). 

Roscoe .William). 
Roscommon (Ml I q/). 
Bossetli (ChrisllliaG.) 
Bossetti(I'a..teGabi;ie^- 
Rough f-U. tches ol Lath. 

Bowe (Nichu)as). 

Russell (Ihiimab). 

Rustic rhymes. 

SackviUe (Charles, ear! »J 

Sadi- I 

Sasmund »if I'arnnl. 
ISnt Abe and his seven 

wives. 
Sandys (George). 
Sappho. 
Sargent (Epcs). 
Saunders (Frederick). 
Savage (Uuhaid). 

Saxe i.U.hnl..) 

Schafer (G. L. 1.) 

Scheffel (J- V.) 

Shelley (Percy B.) 

IchiUer (J. C. F. von). 

Scott (Ji'hn). 

Scott (.Sii- Walter). 

Secundus (Joannes). 

Segur (Soel). 

Ira^l^eV^eCw'illian.). 

Shaw(C.ithbeit). 

Shee (Martin A.) 

Sheffield (■/., auke of 

Bwkiii'll'""!)- 
Shelton (Fred. W .) 
Shenstone (^*,'"' ,„.^„i, 
Sherburne (.Sir Edward) 

Sidney (Sir fb-lfv . 
Sigourney (.Wr.-.. L. U.) 
Slims ItaUcus (Ci.ius). 

Sill (I- B-' 1 

Silsbee (.1/rs. -1 
Simms (\Mu. G.) 
Skelton (-luhn). 
Smart (Clinstopher). 
Smedley (Monclla B.) 
Smith. .M'xaii'ler). 

Smith iH''"- c. E.I 
iSithJ/i.« Elizabeth). 



Smith (F.dinuud). 

Imith (Horace a,«i James). 

Smith (J. T.) 
Smollett ClV/b.a-). 
SnelUn6(^^■•l;) 
Sombre (Saiiiml. pseua., 
lomerviUe (William). 
Sophocles. 
Southey (Caroline.) 
Southey(ltoberl). 
Southwell (Robert). 
Spenser (Edmund). 
Sprague (Charles). 
Sprat (Thomas). 
Statins. 

Stedman (E. G) 
Stephens (J. B.) 
Stepney (George). 
Sterling (John). 
S,irlin|(W.A .ar(W). 
Sterry .J- Ashby). 
Stoddard (K. U.) 
Storer .Thomas). 
Story (Wm. W). 

Stowe lHai"i:'f ._,,of. , 
Stratford de Redchffe (8.C.) 
Street (Alfred li.) 
Strong (Latham C.) 
Struthers (Johu)_ 
Suckling (■Sir John) 

ISl?ly HE Howard, ear!./,. 
Swain (Charles). 
Swift (Jonathan). 
Swinburne (A- C) 
Sylvester (Joshua). 
Talfourd (T. N.) 

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Tupper .E. I) , 

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I. Bibliography of political economy.~ll. Dictionaries of political economy.— III. History of political economy.— -lY. Method 
andprotHme.—V. 'Moral aspects of pnhlical economy and trade.— YI. Periodicals.— Yll. .Systematical and general works {p. 
912).— '7111. Miscellanemis essays {p '.IK). —IX. Various l^ranches : 1. Capital (p.915|.— 2. Commerce and trade Ip. 91.''>). — 
3. Competition (p. 910).— 4. Corn-laws (p. 91G).— 5. Credit (p. 910).— 6. Finance Ip. 9lii|.— 7. Free trade and Protec- 
tion (p. 917).— 8. Labor and Capital : Wages problem. Cooperation, Trades unions. Strikes, The International, -tc. 
(p. 917). —9. Laissez-faire (p. 91.'i|.— 10. I.and-systems and Agricultural well-being ip. 918).— 11. Money, Currency, 
Banks and Banking. Gold and Silver. Bimetallism, Bullion and Foreign exchanges. Finance (p. 919).— 12. National 
debts (p. 922).— 13. Panics and speculative manias (p. '.''.ilil — 14. Population and production (p. 9231. — 15. Prices (p. 
92:l|.— 16. Property (p. 9211 —17. Rent p. 9241.— 18. Savings banks (p. 924).— 19. Statistics (p. 924).— 20. Stocks and 
Stock dealing (p. 924).— 21. Supply and demand (p. 9-24|.— 22. Tariffs (p. 9'24).— 23. Taxation (p. 9'24).— 24. Usury (p. 
924).— 25. Value (p. 9'2S).— 26. Wealth (p. 92.''.). 

jti:^See also, in the general a'phahct. the following subsidiary headings, viz. — Annuities (p. 29): — Arts ( I'se/ul : Manu- 
factures (p. 44); — Business ;p. '245);— Insurance (i>. 041'.); — Social science ( Vanous headings); — "Vital statistics. 



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Literature of political economy. 
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II. Dictionaries of Political Economy. 

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