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CATALOGUE 



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BOSTON ATHENtEUM. 



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1807-1871. 



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BOSTON, 
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CORRECTIONS 



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SoU. Typographical errors arc not mentioned in the 
foliuwiiig list wlii-ii tbe correct reading is obviuux. 
1 A., E. S. Doctrine aud discipline is by Appleyard, 

Kri)e«t Silvunui^. 
5 Aborigines. For Banister. S. read Baxmster, S. 
11 Adam Bliiir. Pai^ages in tiie life of. Fwr J. Gait read 

[J. G. Lockharl]. 
16 Adams, W. H. I>. Before the conquest. For 1876 

retiJ 1870. 
19 Adler, George J. Dictionary, 1852, After Same add 

alrriilged. 
46 Algeria. Histoire d'AIger. Read [par La. gier de 

Tassy]. 
57 Alps. \»'" alio. For Allelein rtad Allalein. 
7a Amer. Assoc. Proc.v. 14. Tbe article Certain points, 

tU-., it hy Hitchcock, K. 
91 ABalectabiblion. For Roure. Paris, 1836 read 

li[..iir<]. Paris. 1836-37. 
95 Ancient geography. Well,*. E. /v>r 1801 re«i^ 1701. 
101 Anglo-Saxons. Kemblx, J. M. For Saxon conqueiit 
rrwd Noriuan cunque«L — MlLLER, T. For 1856 
Ttud 18oJ. 
113 Antiphon. Mueller, v. 1. For 1811 read 1817. 
117 Apostolic fathers. Genuine. For 176J read 1719. 
121 Arabia, he^^cr. Map. AVAI.CII. G. Htud h.j>.. IWO. 
121 Archseologia ; or. Miscellaneous tracts. Fur London, 

177it-l*4;j. 30 V. r rtad 1779-1S63. 39 v. 4°. 
127 Architecture. General tcork*. For Leeds, W. K. 
reail Leeds, W. H. and add 3d ed. 

144 Art applied. For Burgess read Burges. 

145 Artists. Dodd, T. Connoisseur's repository. For 

London. 1824 read London, [1825-28], 

177 Ayen, A. L. U. d'A., dmhegse d'. For Lafayette, 

Mine. M. M. P. de la V. de read Lafayettk. Mine. 
M. M. A. F. 

178 Aytoun. Wm. E. Book of ballads. For [pseud.] 

rKid [pseud, for Aytoiiii and T. Martin]. — Azamat- 

Batuk, pseud. For Ttiiebland rtud Tnieblin, X. L. 
ISO Babylonia. For Ql'atremeke. A. C. read yuATRE- 

MEKE, E. M. ; /or IS read 19. 
185 Baerland, .\. van. For 16-85 read 1585. 
1S6 Bahama Islands. For Letter.s, etc., read Hart, 

,l/»««. Letters. 
207 Barbe-Marbois, F., marq. de. For St. Dominiqne 

read 5t. Domingue. 
222 Barton. Brig. Om. Wm. read d. 1831. — The Journal 

is by Barton, Lieut. Wm., of AlUntotcn, X. J. 
226 Bates, Wm., />.^. /or natural and revealed religion 

read Con.*ideration8 of the existence of Go<l and the 

immortality of the soul, #fc-, ; added. The divinity of 

the Christian religion. 2d ed. London, 1677. 8". 
245 BeU, .John, M.D. Keport. For ISlO read 1860. 
257 ■ Berkeley, George. Bp. Works. Contentt. Vol. 1. 

For Life read Life [by Bp. J. Slock?]. 
2t)0 Bemardus Clanrralhnii^. .SI. De re fam. gnbem. 

For {In Jacobus. M. read (/;i Magnus, J. 
279 Bible, fx-dmn. PolyjloU Ajttr glostis read [ab A. 

Justiniano]. 
301 Billiards. For Crawley, C<ipt. rtad Pari>os, G. F. 
303 Binney, W. G. For {In v. 9. 1869.) read (/n v. 5, 9. 

l!>64-6y.). 
313 Blood. Hewsos, W. On the properties. For 1774 

read 17Su, 74. 
323 Boethius, -\. M. T. S. De rhetorics cognltione. For 

is kJ rtad 1831. 
328 Bolognini, Angeli. For 15tK) rend 1610. 
343 Boston. IIiHtoiy {Totcn and City). For Hejia>8 

read Homaxs. 
347 — Frilrx. org. Federal St. Church. Memorial. 

For \\. S. Craft read S. B. Crufl. 
3.>5 Botelho de Lacerdo. For Lolo read Lobo. 
3.^6 Bouchard. For Alain read Mathieu Antoine. 
358 Bound to .John Company. Afltr Ainsleiicb rtad FbT 

Mi>s Braddon]. ^ 

371 Braithwaite, Jos. B. For 1814 read 1854. 
386 British and foreign state papers. For 1822-66 read 

1812-66. 
394 Brooks, Xathan C. For 1741 read 1841. 
405 Bruto, GiamMichele. For 16JS read 1723. 
416 Bunker Hill battle. Fellows, J. For rended read 

rt-mi)Vfd. 
421 Burgoyne, .9i> John. Read Gen. John. 

425 Barmah. Golden Dagon, The. After American 

rKul [J. W. Palmer]. — For Yale rend Yule. 

426 Bumell, George R. Rudiments. For 1855-59. 3 v. 

Itj • read 1858-59. 2 v. 12°, 

427 Burnet, G.. Bp. Some passages. For 16S8 read 1681. 
43:? Butler, B. F , of y. Y. The usefulness. Read (/n 

University of N. Y. luaug. addresses). 

454 Cambridge, Lng. Miisc. For Student's read See- 

lev, J. U. Student's. 

455 Camden. Wm. Anuals. Same. (In Kennet. For 

1615 reirl 17o6. 

456 Camden Soc. Content*. Vol. 82. For Dorant Hooper, 

W. read Cooper, W. D. 



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465 
463 
478 
484 



543 
562 
585 
586 

595 

627 



701 
715 



721 
726 



772 
774 



786 
7M 

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808 
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8-20 



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899 
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928 
940 



Canada. Den-riptinn. For Finch. I. rend FiNcn, J, 

Aft-r WARBlRTON/or E. ri'Ud G.; nfUr world in- 

itvt ; e<l. by E. Warburton and ajVr 1846 iusirt 2 v. 
Canada. Ui»lory. .-^/Vrt- Warblrton /or E. r»-a</ G . 

— Gr. Brit. Pari. Debates. For 1838 rend 1S:«. 
Candolle, Alphonsu L. P. P. Transfer Tlieorie eli- 

raeiitjiire. etc. to Candolle, Augusiin P. de. 
Carleton, Geo., y¥/>. >or Gilpin, B. Life of G. Carle- 
ton read Life of B. Gilpin. 
Carrol, Charles. Trawfer Brolgh.^m. H.. Ld., etc., 

to Carroll, Charles, of CarrotUon. — Caison, Alex. 

F'.r settlement read statement. 
Cashmere. Ireland, W. U. For London, 1844. 2 v. 

read New York. 1859. 
Channing. Wra. E. For Channing, sa vie read HoL- 

l.x.vd. Mine. R. Channing. sa vie. 
Chateaubriand. F. A. R. Before Travels in Greece 

insert Kng. and tramfer to preceding column after 

llineraire. 
Chemistry. Periodicals. JouRX.*L. Transfer Same. 

4e ser.. ttc., to ASNALES de chemie, etc. 
Christian art. Tianxpose Didron, A. X. Icono- 

graphie, etc.. and the preceding title. 
let line, 2d col. For Eng. Orations read Orationes, 

and put this title before the precious one. 
Cicero. Biography. For Brol'GHAm. H. L. read 

Brocgham, H., Ld. 
Clark, Samuel A. For X. Y. read X. J. 
Collins, W. W. Xo name. Transpose this title and 

the Sote afiote it. 
Read Cramer. Johann Andreas. Leben von G. (/» 

Gellert, C. F. Sauimt., ttc. 
Crawfnrd, Wm. Dying is by Crawford. Wm., 1676- 

1742. — Extracts from the 2d and Report on the 

penitentiaries are by Crawford, Wni., insjiedor of 

jirixonf. — History of Ireland is i»y Crawford, Wm., 

/>./>., of Mraiton, Scotland. 
Crichton, .Andrew. For Hallet read Haller. 
Commings, J. A. First lessons. For 1826. 18* read 

lS2.i. 4". 
Cunningham. Peter. Extracts. For v. 7 read v. 6. 

For Cnpples, Mrs. George read Mrs. Ann Jane. 
Cost, Sir E. Lives. For Mansfield read Mansfeld. 
Daily life. For Cunimings read Cumming. — Dalby. 

Isaac. For 1799 read 1799-1811. 
Deville, Jean Achilie. For et rea'l de ; and for 1851. 

f* read 1850. 4« and Atlas 1851. f*. 
De Witt, Robert M. Acting plays, v. 81. For 

Tronghton. A. C. read Froughton. 
Dickens, Cbas. J. H. Change for the Amer. notes. 

For Xew Jersey read New York. — Hard times. 

For v. 4 rtad v. 4. 5. — Sketches of young couples i« 



by Fdic. Casuell. 
>idoi 



Didot, Ambrose F. Bibliotheca scriptorum. For 

Muller rrad Mueller. 
Diplomatic review. For 4" read 4* and 8*. 
Dod or Dodd, C. R. Pari, pocket companion. Omit 

64 : and for 13 v. read 12 v. 
For Doolan, M. J. J. read Donlan. 
Drama. See also, etc. For Roman read Latin. 
Duenster, Heinrich read Dnentzer, .Toh. Heinr. Jos. 
For Dufrenoy. P..\..,on</oWcr«r«"arfDtLfr6noy, P. A.; 

for 1837 read 1837-39 ; and after 8* read and Atlas 4*. 
Eastern Empire. For Eliot, I. read Eliot. J. aud 

trantfer title to nej-t page after Eastern Indian's. 
Eccl. history. Flelry. C. A'ote. For 401 read 1401. 
Eccles. polity. Gtn. Works. For Chaplin, E. Trea- 
tise on church government. Boston read Clarke, 

J. F. The Church, as it was, as it is. as it- 
Edda. Edda Saemundar. etc. For 1800 retid 1860. — 

Eddy, T. Same. For 1818 r'Od 1815. 
Edge, Benj.. etc. For Voyage read Voyages. — Edge, 
. J. /"V/r Two voy. r#at/ Voy. — Edge, T. /or Two 

rrad Ten. 
Education. G^n. works. For Hope, A. R. read Mon- 

crieff, li. H. 
Egypt. DesiTip. For Fish. G. read FiSK, G. 
Egypt. Dfstcrip. Mott, V. For Egypt read Europe. 
El Fnreidis. For Cummingrs read Cummins. 
Eliot, Rec. John. d. 1690. For Historical account 

read Eliot. J. Historical account. — Eliot, .John, 

d. 1813. Hist, account. For J. E. read J. Eliot. — 

Narr. For v. 3. read v. 5. 
Elizabeth, Quetn. Green, M. A. £. ed. Calendar. 

For 1869. 2 v. read 1867-69. 3 v. 
Ellicott. For Charles James read Charles John. 
England. Descr. PLECKLER-MtSKAf, H. L. H. After 

1S32 insert 4 v. 
English epitaphs. Mason. W. For v. 4- 1828 read 

v. 1. 1811. 
Eng. lang. Gen. vcorks. Tooke. For K. H. read 

J. H. 
Essex Institute. Same. For 1862 read 1865. 
Europe. For TORCY read Colbert; and for de 

read de Torcy. 



CORRECTIONS 

955 Fabroni. VitiB. Contfnt8,\.^6. J'or'r\on\ read FIotu. 

S65 Faach, A. H. lor casuni ro/d t:iiisuni. 

96y Federm-Ann le ju}ie,N. /or 1840 »■«/(/ 1838. 

972 Fenelon, F. Uiuvree completeB. lor 1851-52 read 

1851, 48-52. 
989 Fischer, Joliann F. For Wcllori read Velloii. 
1020 France. Pub. of the Gov. Memoiinl. lor [174T-54] 

read [1744-55] ; /or 1857 rtad 1757. 
1049 France. Jnduntry. Barry, P. For marines rtad 

marine. 
1051 France. Lnng. Grammars. Hudson, P. For 1743 

read 1793. 
1054 France. Literature. Anonyms. Qd^rard, J. M. 

Supi-rchories. For2\.read'kv.— J/i8tory. Saint- 

Bklve. C. a. For 1862 riad 1852. 
1138 Germany. Lit. Bildiog. Heinsius, W. For Allge- 

mciiie read Allgcnieines. 
1149 Gibson (Tlionias) and. /'or Minet, A. rmdMinet, H. 
1192 Grant, AVm. For 1846 reiid 1746. 
1217 Gt. 'Brit. Master of the Kolh. Chron. andmem. Hig- 

den, It. Head cn\\.\iry; v. 1, ed. by C. Babington; 

V. 3, 4, ed. by J. R. Lumby. 
1224 Gr. Brit. Pub. Record Office. Thomas, F. 8. Hist, 
notes. Cont. Head Scotland. — Ireland. — Treaties. 
1287 Griswold. For Abner Clarence read Adna Cliftbrd. 
1333 For Harednberg lead Hardenberg. 
1346 Harris, /.'<"». Wm.. ZZ. 7^. /"or Essay on infant salva- 
tion rfod Grounds of hope for the salvation of all 

dying in infancy; essay. 
1349 Hartt, Charles F. For botocudos read Botocudos. 
1351 Harv. Coll. /Cental School. Addresses. Famely. 

For K. M. Hodge read It. M. Hodges. 

ADDITIONS. 

20 After Adventures of Neoptolenuis, etc., insert Ad- 
ventures of I'bilip; by W. M. Thackeray. New 

York. 1862. 8°. 
91 After Analytical review, etc. insert Analytical rev. ; 

or, New lit. journ.. May 1793. Lond.. 1793. 8". ( W 90) 
125 Archaeology. After See also, etc., add Shell-mounds. 
129 Architecture. See also, etc. Before Ecclesiastical 

architecture instrt Domestic "architecture; and 

before. Carpentry insert Building materials. 
175 Austria. See also, etc.. Before Carinthia insert ; — 

Bohemia. 
180 Bachaumont, Louis. Memoires. Add I^ote. This is 

an abridgment of the 'Memoires secretes pour servir 

a rhistoire de la republique de lettres, which see. 
185 Bafiln, \V'ni. .^oft/ — Voyage of B. J. and T. Edge to 

Greenland. (/« Harris, J. Col., v. 1.) 
197 Bandini.A.M. Catalogus. After SAncXseCrwcxs add 

[Tom. V. Italicos scriptores uontinens.]. 
209 Barclay, Alex. Aftir The cytezen, etc.. add Note. 

This is Barclay's Fyfte oglog. 
217 Barrington, Wm. WiUlman. Add — Political life. See 

Barrington, 8. 
246 Bellamy, Joseph. After Halfway covenant add — 

A second dialogue. Hartford. 1869. 8°. (C 164) 
316 Bligh, LinU. G<n. Thomas. After Letter to Pitt insert 

^ole. Disavowed by Gen. Bligh. 
324 Bohn's antiq. lib. Before Ricardus insert Pauli, 11. 

Life of Alfred. 
389 Britons. Seeal.io,etc. After'Da,neBi7isert ; — Druids. 
403 After Bruce, Tho.. etc., (n«('r< .See «/»o JElgin marbles. 
411 Buddha. See also. Before India insert ; — Gautama. 

After Budgen, J/iss insert L. M. 
417 Bunsen, C. C. J. After Law of slavery insert — Lyra 

Gernianica. See Winkworth, C. 

438 Byzant. hist. scr. Contents. Before 21 insert [par Du 

Cange]. 

439 Cabala; Hive. Scriniasacra. 4/'*<''' London. 1654 read 

2pt.: andaddA'oi^. Part 2 is'entitled 'Serinia sacra'. 
451 Calvert, Geo. H. Before Discourse insert Kennedy. 

J. P. and put the title under Calvert, Geo., Ld, 

Baltimore. 
459 Campbell, John. d. 1775. Hermippus, etc., is trans- 
lated from J. H. Cohausen. 
493 Ajter Caswall, Alfred insert Caswall, Edward. 

Sketches of young couples, young ladies, young 

gwitlemen. London, [186-y]. 8°. 
602 Catholic Church in Gr. Brit. {,Cath. authors.) See 

also. After College insert ; — Ulster. 
503 Cath. Ch. inGr. Brit. (/Vo<. ai^AoTf.) See also. After 

Church of England intert ; — England ( h'ccl. hiH.). 
608 Cayet, P. V. P. After 1854.) insert — Chronologic 

septennaire. ( Vol. 13o/'Michaud. Nouv. col., 1854.) 
625 Characters. yl//!er Abraha.m a Hta. Clara. Etwas, 

etc.. insert BotCIIEU DE CrKVECOIUR DE I'ERTIIE.S, 
J. Masques, biographic sans nom; jjortraits de 
mes connaissnnces. Paris, 1861. 2 v. 12°. — Cha- 
rades. After Charades insert [by Mrs. Norton]. 

644 After Cheruel, P. A. insert Cherville, le marquis, (i. 
de. ;6Ve Dumas, A. D. Le chasseur de Sauvagiiie. 

546 Chester, Bp. of. After Blomfleld, C. J. insert : — 
Gastrell, F. 



ADDITIONS 

558 Chippeway Indians. M'orks in the Chippewa land- 

After Gall. J. insert Goodrich. S. G. Abinoji 

aki tibajiniouin. Boston, 1840. 12°. 
591 Civil law. See also, etc. After Voconia lex insert 

; — also Bracton. 
607 Climate. See also, etc. After Ceylon insert -. — Bng- 
«i« r, '^?'' ' "'"' "■^^"' Britain insert : — Ireland. 
fal2 Cobbett, Wm. Prospect. 4/i!er 984 insert .')204. and 

add Aote. This was pub. in -Porcupine's works' 

as >o. 1 of the 'Political censor'. 
616 Before Cohen, II. insert Cohausen, Johann Heinrich. 

Hermippus redivivus; or. Tlie sage's triumph over 

1871 "^°"' ^^^' ^^' ''• <-"'""P^'-'"]- 3d ed. London, 
621 Before Collection of facts in.<iert Collection des chron- 

iques nationales frantjaises. See Buchon, J. A. C. 
69( After Crawley, Ca/,t. insert [psnid. for G . V. Pardon). 
727 Dallaway, James. After Inquiries, etc. insert Xote. 

The appendix was also issued with a title-page, 

'Heraldic miscellanies. 1793'. 
738 Daru. 4/ifer Bruno insert , romte. 
748 Days of yore. After Tytler insert [i.e. Miss Keddie]. 
753 Decoration. After Jones, O. Examples, etc., insert 

— Grammar of ornament. London, 1856. f°. 
760 Deluge. Add — Woodward. J. Account of the 

flduge. (In his Nat. hist, of the earth. 1723.) 

822 Dumas, A. D. After Le chev. d'Harmental itisert 

Note. Attrib. to Aug. Maquet. 

823 After Une fille insert Note. Founded upon the com. 

of the same name; which was itself based upon "Le 
chev. d'Harmental'. 
914 Eng. proverbs. After Heywood, J. insert See also 

Ray's Proverbs, which are chiefly English. 
926 Essay towards deciding, etc Aftir enemies insert 

[by C. Morris] : and before C 314) insert B 1519. 
933 Etude des hieroglyphes. After ivagmcus insert ; [par 

le comte de Pahlen]. 
942 Europe. Politics. For Sketch of the political read 

llLNTER. W. Sketch, etc. 

953 F., F. After debts insert ; [by F.Fauquier]. 

1005 Fluegel, J.G. Afteriw 8° instrt(Vo\. 2by Meissner.). 

1031 France. Min. de I'Inst. Pub. Coll. de doc. 3e ser. 

4/i!er Gaillon put 1850. 4° ; and for 1850 rend 1851. f°. 

1039 France. Geology. See also, etc. After Paris insert 

; — Pyrenees. 
1052 Before Prominciation insert under a heading Names 
the title IIallez-Claparede. —. (/n Gourdonde 
Genouillac, N. J. H.) See p. 1062. 
1056 France. Literature. Fiction. (Coll.) Semaine litter- 
aire. Before Perret insert ; — Parville. 

1078 After French convert, The. insert [by A. d'Auborn] ; 

and after t.ji.rc. insert [London, 1696-']. 

1079 Freytag, Gustav. Before The lost manuscript insert 

Lng. and place the title btloio Die verlorene. 
1082 Friends, Soc. of. Histoiy. For other lives, e<c. After 
Fox, G. insert : — Green, Mrs. S. 

1153 After Gillies, John insert LL.T)., d. 18.36. — Before 
Memoirs of G. Whitefield. insert Gillies, John, i).D., 
d. 1796, and place below Gillichan, G.. etc. 

1165 God. See also, etc. After Va-utheiura insert ', — Pre- 
destination; — Prescience. 

1227 Gr. Brit. Biog. Lram. and Actors. Before Cooke, 
G. F. insert ; — Bellamy, Mrs. G. A. ; before 
O'Keefe, J. insert ; — Mellon, H.. Pnchesse of St. 
Albans; — Jordan, Mrs. D.; before Young, O. M. 
insert ; — Robinson, Mrs. M.; — Siddons, Mrs. 8. 

1236 Gr. Brit, lliraldry. The library has. etc. Before 
Devonshire insert Cambridgeshire, and before Suf- 
folk insert Lancashire. 

1241 Gr. Brit. (Civil war, etc) O., J. Omit O., J.; and 
after wars insert : from the French by J. O. 

1283 After GrifQn, Edmund Dorr instrt d. 1830. — Before 
Address, May 26, insert Griffin, Edmund Dorr, Pres. 
of Williams Coll., <^/. 1837 ; and for 1869 read 1829. 

1297 Guido {or Wido). After 1840 insert ; — and in Petrie 
and Sharpe. Mon. hist. Brit., v. 1. 1848. 

1338 Harleian miscellany, v. 5. For England's tears, 
read Howell, J. England's tears. 

1350 Harv. Coll. Classes. Before 1817 insert tinder 1?11 
— GlLMAN, S. Pleasures and pains of the student's 
life. Two poems. Boston. 1852. 4°. 

1353 Harv. Coll. Medical School. Introd. and farewell 
addresses. Note. After II. J. Bigelow insert ; — 
1871. How to study' inedicine; by D. W. Cheever. 
Before Monitors insert Museum of Com] arative 
Zoology. See Museum of Comparative Zoology. 

OMISSIONS. 
474 Omit Cappuccino, etc. 

728 Dalrymple, -Sir John, Bart. 3d title otnit Considera- 
tions on the. 
829 Dupin, F. P. C. Omit the ith title. 
847 Eccles. hist. 1st century, (hnit IllNDS, G. Rise, etc. 
1155 Omit Giovanni da Fiesole. Vasaki, Q. Life, etc. 



725 



DAHI. 



D***. Esgai politiqae sur les arantages que la France pent 
rctirer de la conquete de Minorque. CiUtdella, 1757. 
12°. (C152) 

D***. Sentimens d'on homme de guerre. See Savomin. 

D.,., A. La guerre civile aux Etats-Unis, impuis- 
sance du Xord, I'independance du Sud inev- 
itable. Paris, 1862. 8°. 

D., B. Federals and confederates, for what do they 
fight? 3ded. London, [1863]. 16". 

D***, B*»*. Voyage a la Lonisiane. 1802. See Baudry 
des liOzidres, L. X. 

D., C. New England's faction discovered, an answer to 
'Xews from X. Eag.'; by [E. Kandolpb or J. Dud- 
ley ?]. (/« WMtmore, W. H. Andros tracts, v. 2. 
1869.) 

D., G. Pictorial historv of the Russian war, 1854- 
56. Edin., 1856! 8°. 

D., J. Book of common prayer for the use of Uni- 
tarian congregations. London, 1792. 8". 

D., P. Refutation de la pretendne deliberation dans le con- 
ciliabule du 2a mars. Brux., 1S15. 8*. (C 91) 

D., R. Slavonic races. CIn Galton. F. Vacation tourists.) 

D., 8. M. V. Het beiang der Maat«chappye in bet Beteu- 
gelen van den Eindermoord. 1774. See Sterk, A. 

D., T. Letter to R. Price, on his 'Observations on civil lib- 
erty'. London, [1776]. 8». (B 386) 

WA, Anna. Lady's visit to Manilla and Japan. 
London, 1863. 8°. 

Dabbadie, Antoine. Lettres ecrites de la Gnyane frangaise 
[ler mai. 26 aout 1S54]. (In Voyages des mission- 
naires de la Compagnie de Jesus, v. 1. 18p7.) 

Dablon, Claude. Relation de ce qui s'est passe aux 
missions des peres de la Compagnie de Jesus 
en la nouvelle France, 1672-73, 73-79. La 
Nouvelle York, 1860-61. 2 v. 8i 

— Relation of the voyages, discoveries, and death of 

Marquette, and voyages of CI. Allouez ; with a notice 
on D. (In Shea, J. G. Discov. of Iblis^issippi. 1S52.) 
Dabney, Jonathan Peele. Annotations on the Xew 
Testament. Camb., 1829. 12" 

— Prayers for the use of families. Camb^ 1825. 16°. 

— Selection of hymns and psalms. Camb., 

1824. 120. 

— Same. Boston, 1828. 12°. 

Dabney, Richard. Poems, original and translated. (In 
Specimens of the Amer. poeta. 1822.) 

Dabney, Robert L. A defence of Virginia. New 
York. 1867. 1-2°. 

— Life of T. J. [Stonewall] Jackson. London, 

1866. 2 V. (V. 1 w.). 8°. 

— The Christian's best motive for patriotism. (In Fast- 

day sermons. 1861.) 
Daboll, Nathan. Daboll's schoolmaster's assistant 

improved ; a practical system of arithmetic. 

10th ed. New London, 'l 8 14. 12*1 
Dabret, J. B. Vovage au Bresil, 1816-31. Paris, 

1834-39. 3 v. 8°. 
Dach, Simon. Gedichte. (In Haeller, W. Bibl. deutscher 

Dichter, v. 5. 1823.) 
Dacier, Andre. Rapport historique sur les progr^ 

de I'histoire et de la litterattire ancienne de- 

puis 1789. Paris, 1810. 4° 

— De origine et progeasu satiras Romans. (In HoratiTis. 

Opera. 1694.) 

— Vie de Pythagore. Paris, 1706. 2 t. 12°. 

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— Henville, J., and others. Dakota dowanpi kin ; 

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— RiGGS. Mrs. M. A. C. Eliza Marpicokawin. qa Sara 

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Dalcho, Frederic. Evidences of the divinity of 

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bus seu 'apxKpfvvfi Graecorum. etc. — De neocoris sacer- 
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— NiCERON. J. P. {InhisM.em.,\.36. 1736; and, Germ., 

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Dale, Felix. Six months ago; a comedietta. (/?(De Witt's 
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— Time and the hour. See Simpson, J. P. 

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Dale, James W., M.D. Is medical science favourable to 
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— Sermon : Festival of the Sons of the Clergy, May 18, 

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Dall, Wm. H. Alaska and its resources. Boston, 

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— Organization of the military peace establishment of the 
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— - Exposition of the causes and character of the war. 

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— rep. Opinion of Judge Cooper on the effect of 

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Dallas, E. S. The gay science. London, 1866. 

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Dallas, George Mifflin. Life and writings of A. 

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— Address. l;»ying the corner stone of the Smithsonian 

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Dallas, Marmaduke. Narrative of a short visitation of the 

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Dallas, Robert, Jr. Considerations upon the American 

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Dallas, liobert Charles. Recollections of the life 

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— Sir Francis Darrell. London, 1820. 4 v. 12°. 
Dallas, Wm. S. Elements of entomology : British 

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— Anichnida. — Myriopoda. — Insecta. (/n Record of 

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— System of natural history : Botany by E. Smith ; 

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Dallaway, James. Inquiries into the origin and 
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— Series of discourses upon architecture in Eng., 

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Dalliba, James: Narrative of the battle of Brownstown, 

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Dalman, Johann Wilhelm. Prodromus mono- 
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Dalrymple, Alexander. Historical collection of 
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coveries before 1595. — Juan Fernandez' voyage. — 
Islands of Fontacias. — Adelentado A. Mendana de 
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— Quiros, P. F. de. Memorial to Philip ll. of Spain ; — 
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Neyra. 1595. — Data on which the chart of the South 
sea was formed. — Salomon islands. 2. Dutch voyages. 

— Natural curiosities at Sooloo. — The formation of 
islands. — Lemaire and Schouten's voyage. — Abel 
Jansen Tasman's voyage. — Voyage of Jacob Rogge- 
wein, 1722. — Conduct of the discoverers in the tracks 
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— Catalogue of authors who have written on Rio de la 

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Mr. Fox's letter to [the] electors of Westminster con- 
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Dalrymple, Capt. Clarence. On the voyage to India, (/n 
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DaJrymple, Sir David, Ld. llailes. Annals of 
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— Letter to I^d. Hailes on his remarks upon the 

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— Tracts rel. to the history and antiquities of 

Scotland; [collected by A. Constable] . Edin.', 

1800. 4". 
Contents. No. 1. Catalogue of the Lords of Session, 
from the institution of the College of Justice in 1532; 
newcd. contin. to 1799; added, catalogue of the Faculty 
of Advocates, to 1688. 1798. 2. Private correspondence 
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the high antiquity of Regiam Majestatem ; and an inquiry 
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— Jfuneralseimwn on.1'92. See Csaclyle, A. (B 1868) 
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Dalrymple, Sir Hew Whiteford. Memoir of his 
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— ToMLiNS, W. E. Proceedings of the court of 

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Dalrymple, J. S. Naiad queen, a spectacle. {In Sargent, 

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Dalrymple, Sir John. Considerations on the jiolity 

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Dalrymple, Sir John, Ba}-t. Address of the people 

of Gr. Britain to the inhabitants of Amer. London, 

1775. 8°. (B 360, 592, 618, 1080, 1094, 1521, 1719) 

— Case of Gr. Britain and America. 3d ed. London, 

n.d. 8°. (B 1094) 

— Considerations on the memoirs of Gt. Britain 

and Ireland, 1681-94. Edin., 1771. 2 v. 4°. 

— Letter to the admiralty, [on yeast], n.p., [17951. 8°. 

(W58) 

— Letters to Ld. Viscount Barrington. 2d ed. 

London, 1779. 8° 

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— Reise nach den Sildlandem. — Reise um die "Welt. 

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8*. (B1573) 

Discourse, Nov, 19, 1844, fiftieth anniversary of his or- 
dination. Newburj-port, 1845. 8*. (B 1287) 

Discourse, Nov. 23, 1794. after his ordination. New- 
burvport, n d. 8". (B 169. 914) 

Evangelical preaching is rational preaching; sermon, 

Nov. 2. 1825. ordination of "W. K. Talbot in Notting- 
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Faith [The] of former times; sermon. Boston, 1848. 

8". (B1287) 

Farewell sermon to the first Presbyterian Church, 

Nov. 19. NewburjT>ort, 1820. 8". (B1287) 



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— Have the churches the presence of Christ? sermon to 

the presbytery of Londonderry. Apr. 30, 1851. New- 
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nary. June 15. Newburyport. 1834. 8°. (B 1589) 

— Importance of a purified literature; address, anniver- 

sary of the Alumni of Dartmouth Coll., Aug. 1833. 
Boston. 1834. 8°. (B 1675) 

— Importance of the Christian ministry; sermon before 

the Amer. Soc. for Educating Pious Youth, Sept. 30. 
Aiidover, 1818. 8°. (B 310) 

— Importance of virtue and piety as qualifications of 

rulers; discourse, March 31. Newburyport, 1805. 8". 
(B 1168) 

— Letters to I'rof. Stuart, comprising remarks on his essay 

on sin. Boston, 1839. 8". (B 1355) 
■ — The new song. Boston. 1849. 12°. (C 207) 

— Objections against the Gospel refuted; sermon. March 

4, installation of John Brown, Boston. Boston, 
1829. 8°. (B 1317) 

— Remonstrance to the trustees of Phillips Acad., on the 

state of the Theological Seminary, Sept. 1849. Bos- 
ton, 1853. 8°. (B 1394, E 75) 

— Sermon, annual election. Jan. 4. Bost., 1837. 8°. (B 1121) 

— Sermon, before the Fern. Benev. Soc. in Exeter, July 

30. Newburyport, 1820. 8°. (B 1464) 

— Sermon, before the Gloucester Fem. Soc. Prom. Christ. 

Knowl., Apr. 18, 1815. Newburyport, 1815. 8°. 
(B 310, 1329) 

— Sermon, before the Mass. Soc. Prom. Christ. Knowl., 

M.iy 28. 1817. Andover, 1817. 8°. (B 1645) 

— Sermon, commemoration of Wm. Bartlett. associate 

founder of the Theological Seminary, Apr. 19, 1841. 
Andover, 1841. 8°. (B 1208) 

— Sermon, death of Wm. Coombs, June 12. Newbury- 

port, 1814. 8°. (B 1168) 

— Sermon, Dec. 30. 1819; dedication of the 1st ch. in 

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— Sermon on the atonement, preached at the annual con- 

vention of the Congregational and Presbyterian 
ministers of New Hamp., June 2. Concord, N. H., 
1824. 8°. (B 1463) 

— Sermons, March 24. 1799. Newburyport, 1800. 8°. (B 48) 

— Two sermons. Apr. 25, 1799. day for nation.al fasting, 

etc. Newburyport, 1799. 8°. (B 170, 219, 846) 

— Two sermons to the 2d Presbyterian Soc. in New- 

buryport. May 28, the Sabbath after his installation. 
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— Allen. G. The Andover fuss ! or. Dr. Woods vs. Dr. 

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Dana, E. Geographical sketches of the western 
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Dana, Mrn. Elizabeth, zcife o/ Joseph. Vindication of [her] 
character; by the imp.-irtial observer. Newbury- 
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Dana, Emily W. Moore, P. (In his Women of the war. 
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Dana, Israel Thorndike. Introductory lecture before the 
medical dep't of Bowdoin College, Feb. 14. Port- 
land, 1861. 8°. (B1552) 

Dana, James, D.D. Address, Aug. 16, 1812, pub- 
lic meeting of Sabbath Schools. Newburyport, 
1818. 8°. (B1327) 

— African slave trade ; discourse, Sept. 9, 1790. before the 

Conn. Soc. for the Prom, of Freedom. New Haven, 
1791. 8°. (B 310, 842) 

— Century discourse, at the anniversary meeting of the 

freemen of Wallingford, Apr. 9. New Haven, 1770. 
8°. (B310) 

— Character of scoffers; sermon, Nov. 24, 1805. Hart- 

ford, 1805. 8°. (B 234, 914) 

— Christian morality. — Standing revel.ition once attested 

the best evidence of a future life. (/;* Austin, D. 
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— Christianity the wisdom of God; sermon. Oct. 17, 

1798, ordination of D. Huntington. Litchfield, 1799. 
8°. (B 310, 1313) 

— Discourse, Kensington, Dec. 1, 1774. New Haven, 

1775. 8". (B 599) 

— Doctrine and mission of Christ; sermon. Cambridge, 

Jan. 25. installation of A. Holmes. Boston, 1792. 
8°. (B 166, 168. 219) 

— Examination of Prcs. Edwards' 'Enquiry on freedom 

of will'. Boston. 1770. 8". (B 516) 

— E.xamination of Edwards's ' Enquiry' contin- 

ued ; with strictures on West's 'Essay on 
moral agency', etc. New Haven, 1773. 8". 

— Another copy. (B 247) 



— Folly of practical atheism ; Nov. 23, discourse. New 

Haven, 1794. 8°. (B 310) 

— Heavenly mansions; sermon. May 14. in New Haven; 

intermentofE. Stiles. New Haven. 1795. 8". (B914) 

— Memoir of E. G. Marsh. (/« Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., 

v. 9. 1804.) 

— Men's sins not chargeable on God, but on themselves; 

discourse, Wallingford. Dec. 22, on the exit of W. 
Beadle. New Haven. [1782]. 4". (B 258) 

— Nativity of Christ; discourse. Wallingford, Dec. 25, 

1788. and New Haven, Jan. 4. New Haven, 1789. 
4°. (B258) 

— Pastoral care: sermon, Suffleld, March 6. ordination of 

E. Gay. New Haven. 1793. 8°. (B 168) 

— Sermon. Apr. 29, 1789, at his installation in New Haven. 

New Haven, 1789. 8". (B 169, 914) 

— Sermon, death of E. G. Marsh, Nov. 20. Hartford, 

1803. 8°. (B 203, 609, 914) 

— Sermon, Hartford, [election] day. May 13. Hartford, 

1779. 8°. (C 73) 

— Sermon, Oct. 1, ordination of E. Waterman. Wind- 

ham, 1794. 8°. (B 310) 

— Sermons to young people, also prayers and ser- 

mons. New Haven, 1806. 8°. 

— There is no reason to be ashamed of the gospel ; ser- 

mon at East Hartford. Dec. 23. ordination of A. 
Yates. Hartford. 1802. 8°. (B 310, 1313) 

— Two discourses at Cambridge, May 10. Boston, 1767. 

8°. (B 219, 851) 

— Two discourses : Commencement of a new year; Com- 

pletion of the 18th centurv. New Haven, Jan. 4, 11. 
New Haven, 1801. 8". (B SlO) 

Note. For the controversy caused by D.'s ordi- 
nation nee Wallingford, Conn. 
Dana, James Dwight. Manual of geology. Phila., 
1863. 8°. 

— Isolation of volcanic action in Hawaii. — Trend of 

islands and axis of subsidence in the Pacific. (In 
Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 2. 1850.) — Analogy be- 
tween the mode of reproduction in plants and the 
alternating generation observed in some radiata. 
(In V. 4. 1851.) — Ismorphism of the chemical com- 
pounds comprised under the mineral species tourma- 
>line. (/?j V. 6.) — Address on retiring from the du- 
ties of Pres. of the Assoc, for 1854. (In v. 9.) — Plan 
of developments in the geological hist, of N. Amer. 
(In V. 10, pt. 2.) — Thoughts on species. (In\. 11.) 
— Notes on the currents of the oceans. (Iti v. 12.) 

— System of mineralogy ; ind. a treatise on crys- 

tallography; [also] a mineralogical bibliog- 
raphy. New Haven, 1837. 8°. 

— Smne. 5th ed. enl., aided by G. J. Brush. 

New York, 1869. 8". 

— Te.xt-book of geology. Phila.. 1864. 12°. 

— Treatise on rocks, (hi Varley, D. Rudiment treat. 

on mineralogy. 1866. Weale's series, v. 4. 5.) 

— "United States exploring expedition, 1838-42, 

under C. Wilkes : Geology. New York, 
n.d. 4° and Atlas f°. 
Dana, James Freeman, M.D., and S. L. Outlines 
of the mineralogy and geology of Boston 
and vicinity. Boston, 1818. 8". 

— Observations and experiments on a new means of pro- 

ducing heat and light with the Amer. water burner. 
n.p., n.d. 8°. (E 59) 

— Reply to Couthouy. (Appended to the Amer. ioum. 

of 8ci..v. 46. 1844.) 

— Couthouy, J. F. Review of and strictures on D.'s 

'Reply'. (Appended to the Amer. journ. of sei., v. 46.) 

— Memoir of D. (In New Hamp. Hi'st. Soc. Col., v. 2. 

1827.) 

Dana, James W. New species of medusa, related to ste- 
phenomia. crystailomia polygonata. (In Amer. 
Acad. Mem., n.s., v. 6. 1857.) 

Dana, Joseph. Address at the Episc. Ch. in New- 
buryport, on the anniv, festival of St. John the Bap- 
tist. Newburyport, 1807. 8°. (B 435) 

— Address before the lodges of St. John, St. Peter, and 

St. Mark. Newburyport, 1807. 8°. (B 219) 

— Discourse, Ipswich, Jan. 14. Newburyport, 1810. 8°. 

(B871) 

— Discourse, Ipswich, July 4. Ipswich, 1827. 8°. (B 1573) 

— Discourse, char.icter and death of G. Washington. Ips- 

wich.l<"eb.22, 1800. Newburyport, 1800. 8". (B219, 
W50) 

— Duty and reward of loving our country; discourse at 

the n.-itional fast, Apr. 26. Boston, 1799. 8°. (B170. 
219, 846) 



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— Integrity explained and recommended; sermon, Sept. 

8. 1807. Salem. 1808. 8°. (B 1008) 

— Same. (B 914) 

— Liber primus ; or, 1st book of Latin exercises ; 

[with] Colloqmes from Erasmus ; with a vo- 
cabulary- ; bv C. K. DUlawav. 13th ed. Bos- 
ton, 1833. 8° 

— Mourner's relief: serm.. Ipswich, [death of] J. McKean, 

Apr. 26. Xewbiiryport. 1818. 8°. (B 310) 

— Observations on baptism, Ipswich, June 22. Xewbury- 

port. 1806. 8°. (B 914) 

— Sacrifice of the wicked explained: two disc, Oct. 1, 

1780. Newbnryport. 1782. 8°. (B 284, 310) 

— Sermon, .\mesbur>', ordination of D. ijmith, Jan. 28, 

1795. Xewburyport, [179-]. 8°. (B 169, 219) 

— Sermon before the Convention of Congregational min- 

isters of Mass., Boston, May 28, 1801. Boston. 1801. 
8". (B 167. 219) 

— Sermon before the Merrimack Humane Soc, Xewburv- 

port. Sept. 4. Newburyport, 1804. 8". (B 219, 871) 

— Sermon. Feb. 19, 179.5, [thanksgiving day]. Newbury- 

port. 1795. 8°. (B 219, 843, 855) 
Sermon in Boston before Mass. Soc. Prom. Christ. 
Knowl.. Oct. 21. Camb., ISli 8". (B 914, 1645) 

— Sermon in Boston. May 28. Boston. 1801. S". (B 522) 

— Sermon ; Ipswich, annual thanksgi\ing. Newbury- 

port, 18-20. 8". (B297) 

— Sermon. Newbury port, Dec. 19. 1794; ordination of 

D. Dana. Xewburyport, 1795. 8°. (B 151, 165, 166, 
168, 219) 

— Sermon, Oct. 7. 1801. ordination of S. Dana. Salem. 

1801. 8°. (B 310) 

— Sermon, Sept. 4. Xewburjport. 1804. 8°. (B 171) 

— Two discourses in Ipswich, Jan. 14. Xewburyport, 

1810. S". (B 310) 

— Worth of the soul ; sermon, in Ipswich. Aug. 4, 1807. 

Xewburyport, 1808. 8». (B 310, 914, 1590) 

— Ipswich, Mann. Vindication of the result of the late 

council, by the members. Xewbypt., 1805. 8". (D2) 
Dana, Mary S. B.. ajiericards Jfm. Shindler. .SV*' Shindler. 
Dana, Richard Ilenr)', b. 1787. Oration before the 

Washington Benevolent Society at Camb.. July 4. 

Camb.. 1814. 8°. (B 457) 

— Poems. Boston, 1827. 12° 

ContenU. The buccaneer. — Thechangfesofhome.^fc. 

— Poems and prose writings. Boston, 1833. W. 

Content*. Poems : The buccaneer, etc. — Prose icrit- 
ing» : The idle man. 

— Poems and prose writings. New York, 1850. 

2 V. 12°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Poems : Buccaneer, etc. — Prone: 
Idle man. 2. Essays : Old times ; — The past and the 

§ resent; — Law as suited to man. — lievietcs : AUston's 
ylphs of the seasons; — Edgeworth's Readings on 
poetry; — Hazlitt's Lectures on the English poets; — 
The Sketch book; — Radcliffe's Gaston de Blondeville; 
— The novels of Charles Brockden Brown ; — Pollok's 
Course of time; — Xatural history of enthusiasm; — 
Memoir of Ilenrj- Martyn. 
Dana, Richard Henry, Jr., b. 1815. Address upon 
the life and services of E. Everett ; [at] Cam- 
bridge, Feb. 22. Camb., 1865. 8". 

— Another copy. (B 1594) 

— The Bible in schools; argument. Boston, [1855]. 12°. 

(0 253) 

— Domestic influence of children. — Life at sea. — The 

island, (/n Boston book, 3d coll. 1841.) 

— To Cuba and back. Boston, 1859. 12°. 

— The ocean. — First impressions of a sailor, (/n Boston 

book, 4th coll. 1851.) 

— Remarks on the proposed removal of E. G. Loring as 

judge of probate. Boston. 1855. 8°. (B 1507) 

— Seaman's friend. Boston, 1841. 12°. 

— Two years before the ma.st. London, 1841. 8° 

— Same. New York, [1840], 18°. (Harper's 

fam. lib., v. 106.) 

— Same, {/n Perils of the ocean. A 67) 

— Same. New ed., with subsequent matter. 

Boston, 1869. 12°. 

— LrviSGSTOx, J. (/n his Biog. sketches of Amer. law- 

yers, pt. 4. 1852.) 

See also Lawrence, W. B., vs. Dana, R. H., 
Jr.. et al. 
Dana, S.imuel. of Amherst, X. H. -\ddre88 in Amherst, 
Aug. 10, consecration of Benevolent Lodge, n.p., 
1797. S". (B 844) 



— Atherton, C. H. Memoir of 8. Dana. (/i» New 

Hamp. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 3. 1832.) 

— BiGELOw, T. Oration at [his] interment. Amherst, 

1798. 8°. (B 994) 
Dana, Samuel, of G'rolon, Mass. Address on the importance 
of a well regulated militia, before the officers of the 
3d division. Concord. Sept. 1801. Charlestown. 1801. 
8-. (B1202) 

— Answer to the report of the committee of the Ho. of 

Reps, [on his conduct as county attorney]. Boston, 
1808. 8". (B 1448, 1456) 

— Oration. Groton, July 4. Amherst, 1807. 8». (B 421) 
Dana, Samuel, of Marhlehead. Discourse, history of the 

first Ch. in Marhlehead. Jan. 7, 1816. Boston, 1816. 
8'. (B 286. 310) 

— Sermon, Apr. 6. 1809, annual fast. Charlestown. 1809. 

8". (B310) 

— Two sermons, Oct. 11. 1801, the Sabb.ith following his 

ordination. Salem, 1801. 8". (B 171) 
Dana, Samuel Luther. Muck manual for farmers. 
Lowell, 1842. 12°. 

— Same. 3d ed. Lowell, 1851. 12°. 

Dana, Samuel W. Speech on a resolution concerning F. J. 
Jackson, minister from Great Britain. Wash., 1810. 
8". (B437) 

Dana, Wm. C. Sermon, Charleston, Nov. 21, 1860, 
[fast day]. Charleston, 1860. 8°. 

Danae ; par A. Granier de Cassagnac. Paris, 
1859. 18°. 

Danseos, Lambert. .S^^; Daneau, L. 

Danby, Thomas, Earl of. See Oshome, T. 

Dance, Charles. Advice gratis; a farce. — Bengal tiger; 
a farce. (/;» Webster, B. Acting nat. dr., v. 2.) 
— Xaval engagements. (/;» v. 4.) — Sons and sys- 
tems; aburletta. (/n v. 5.) 

— Country squire ; a comedy. (/« Sargent, E. Mod. 

stand. 4r., v. 39.) 

— Naval engagements, (/n Minor drama, v. 4.) — Del- 

icate ground. — Who speaks first. {In v. 5.) — 
Kill or cure ; a farce. {In v. 6.) 
Dance of Death. Dagley, R. Death's doings; 
verse and prose contributions of various \>-ri- 
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— Danza de la Muerte. {In Sanchez, T. A. Poetas, 

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— Emblems of mortality, repres. by engra^-ings. 

Death seizing all ranks of people. Charles- 
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— Holbein, H. Dance of Death ; engravings, 

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— Massmasn. H. F. Literatur der Todtentanze. {In 

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See also, for the bibliography of the Dance of Death, 
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Dancer, Daniel. Wilson, H. The miser. {In his Book 

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Dancing. Cell.^rius, — . Fashionable dancing. 
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— CzERWixsKi, A. Geschichte der Tanzkunst. 

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— Bava di San Paolo. E. Progress! e vicende dell' 

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— Davies, 6Vr J. Orchestra; antiquity and excellence 

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— Jenyns, S. Art of dancing; a poem. {In Anderson, 

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— K.\TFrss, J. H. Taschenbuch far Freunde tmd 

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— Re.\d, — . Characteristic national dances. Lon- 

don, 1853. 4°. 

See also Morris dance. 



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Dancing barber ; a farce. See Selby, C. 

Dancing mania. The. Hecker. J. F- C. (/n 7tJ8 Epidem- 
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Daucourt, Florent Carton. Le chevalier & la mode; com^- 
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— Le tuteur ; comedie. Paris, 1777. 8°. (C 289) 

— Les vcndangfs de Suresne; comedie. Nouv. ed. 

Paris, 1774. 8°. (C 291) 

— Le chevalier & la mode; com. {In Petitot, C. B. 

Repert. du theatre, v. 8.) — Les bourgeoises dequal- 
ite; com. — L'ete des coquettes; com. — La niaison 
de campagne; com. — Le mari retrouve; com. — 
Les trois cousincs ; com. — Les vacances ; com. — 
Les veudanges de Sureiie; com. {In v. 19.) 

— NiCERON.J. P. (/wAis Mem., v. 16. 17.31; and, Germ., 

V. 12. 1755.) 

— Sketch. {In Men and women of France, v. 3. 1852.) 
Dandelion's dodges; a farce. See Williams, T. J. 
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Dandolo, Antonio. Chronicon Venetum ad 1339. {In Mu- 

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— Agostini, Q. degli. {In his Not. degli scr. ven., v. 1. 

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1853.) 
Dandolo, Fantino. Agostini. G-. degli. {In his Notizie 

degli scr. veniz., v. 1. 1752.) 
Dandolo, Sirolamo Antonio Maria di Silvcstro. Sagredo, 

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Dandolo, Marco, Agostini, G. degli. {In his Notizie 

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Dandolo, Vincenzo, contc. The art of rearing silk- 
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Dane, John. Declaration of remarkable providences 

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Dane, Nathan. Letter to D. Webster in March, 1830, cone. 

the formation of the ordinance of 1787. {In iVIass. 

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— Communication, etc. 1805. See Sewall, 8. (B 929) 
Daueau {Lat. Danaens), Lambert. Niceron, J. P. {In his 

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Danegeld. Short account of danogeld ; with some further 
particulars relating to William the Conqueror's sur- 
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Danes, Pierre Louis. Tractatus de fide, spe, et 
charitate ; cum adj. de scrip tura, traditione, 
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1770. 8°. 
Note. The 'Constitutiones et decreta summ. pontifl- 
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— Niceron, J, P. {In his Mem., v. 19. 1732; and, Germ., 

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Danes. See Denmark. 
Danet, Pierre. Grand dictionnaire frangois et latin 

pour le dauphin. Nouv. ed. Amst, 1710. 4°. 

— Same. Lyon, 1737. 4". 

— Magnum dictionarium Latino- Gallicura ; ad 

usum delphini. Ed. nova. Amst., 1711. 4°. 

— Same. liUgduni, 1737. 4". 

Danforth, John. The right Christian temper in every con- 
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— Vile prophan.itions of prosperity, Bost.,1704, 8°. (D 6) 
Danforth, John C„ Fnneral sermon on. 1855. See Skin- 
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Danforth, Samuel, Printed table app. to the almanac of 
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Danforth, llee. Samuel, of Taunton. Account of an Indian 
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— Duty of believers to oppose the growth of the king- 

dom of sin; [artillery election! sermon. Boston, 
1708. 12°. (C 7) 

— An exhortation to use utmost endeavours; [election! 

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— Letter to ministers in Boston, 1720. {In Mass. Hist. 

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Danforth, Samuel, M.I>. Notice of D. {In Mass. Med. 
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Danforth, Thomas, Deputy Gov. of Mass. The Danforth 
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Danforth, Thomas, M.I>. Discourse before the Humane 
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— Oration, July 4. Boston, 1804. 8°. (B 394) 
Dangeau, Louis de Courcillon, abbe de. Alembert, J. L. 

R. d'. {In his Hist, des membres de I'Acad. Frang., 
v. 1. 1787; and in his (Euvres. v, 10. 1805.) 

— Niceron, J. P. (/7iAi« Mem., v. 15. 1731; ond, 6^erm., 

V. 11. 1754.) 
Dangeau, Philippe de Courcillon, marquis de. Abrege 
des memoires ou journal de D.; avec des 
notes et un abrege de I'histoire de la rcgence 
par Mine, de Genlis. Paris, 1817. 4 v. 8". 

— Journal, [1684-1720] ; pub. en entier pour la 

premiere fois par Soulic, Dussieux, etc. ; avec 
les add. duduc de Saint Simon pub. par Feu- 
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Danger of a rash application for the repeal of the corporation 
and test acts. London, 1732. 8". (B 122) 

Dangerfleld, Henry P. Experimental essay on cutaneous 
absorption. (/« Caldwell, C. Med. theses, v. 2. 1806.) 

Dangerfleld, Thomas. Answer and defence against a pam- 
phlet called 'Duke Dangertield's declaration'. Lon- 
don, 1685. f. (A 53) 

— The grand impositor defeated. Lond., 1682. f. (A 53) 

— Information of D. at the bar of the Ho. of Commons, 

Oct. 20, 1680. London, 1680. f°. (A 53) 

— Particular narrative of the Popish design to charge 

the Presbyterian party with a conspiracy. Loudon, 
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Dangerous classes. Fregier, H. A. Des classes 
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— DuNOYER. C. B. Les classes dangereuses d'une grande 

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Dangerous guest, A ; by the author of ♦ Gilbert 

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Dangerous vice, The; a fragment, by [E. Church or S. 

Bourne]. Columbia, 1789. 8°. (B 631) 
Dangers of the country ; by [J. Stephen]. Loudon, 1807. 8". 

(B 723, 1416) 
Danhauser, Joseph. Andresen, A, (/w AisDie deutschen 

Maler-Radirer, v. 4. 1870.) 
Danican, Francois Andre, called Philidor. Studies 

of chess. New ed. London, 1804. 2 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Jones, <S(> W, Caissa; a poem. 

— Systematicintroductiou to thegame. 1,2. Philidor. 
Analysis of chess. 

— Chess analysed ; instructions [for the] game. London, 

1762. 8°. (B 1913) 

— Allen, G. Life of Philidor ; with essay on P. as 

chess-author and chess-player by T, von 

Heydebrand. Phila., 1863. 8°. 
Daniel, Prince of Montenegro. Baschet, A. {In Revue 

d. D. Mondes, oct. 1856.) 
Daniel, Gabriel. Recueil de divers ouvrages phil- 

osophiques, theologiques, historiques, ajjolo- 

getiques, et de critique. Paris, 1724. 3 v. 4°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Le voyage du monde de Descartes. 

— Traite m6taphysique de la nature de mouvement. — 
Entretiens de Cleandre et d'Eudoxe. — Histoire du 
Concile de Palestine, ou de Diospolis. — Traite theo- 
logique des pechez d'ignorance. 2. Lettro au P. 
Alexandre. — DefTense de 8. Augustin, contre un livre 
public sous le nom de M. de Launoy. — Lettre au It. P. 
Cloche, touchant le livre du P. Serry. et touchant une 
lettre imprimee contre les J^suites. par ce religicux. — 
Lettres au P. Serry. — Traite theologique touchant 
I'eflicacite de la grace. 3. Histoire apologetique de la 
conduite des Jesuites de la Chine. — Dissertations theo- 
logiques. 

— Histoire de France. Paris, 1729. 10 v. 4°. 

— Histoire de la milice fran^oise. Paris, v. 1. 

1721. 4". 
Daniel, Hermann Adalbert. Thesaurus hymnolog- 
icus. Lipsiaj, 1855. 3 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Hymni. 2. Sequentise. — Can- 
tica. — Antiphonae. 3. Delectus carminum ecclesias 
Graecaj. cur. II. Vormbaum. — Carmina ecclcs. Syriacaj, 
cur. L. Splieth. — Paralipomena ad tom. I. et ll. 
Daniel, liouis. La guerre aux Etats-Unis. Paris, 
1862. 81 



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Daniel, Rtr. fL Archbishop Holgate's school. (/« Nat. 
Assoc. Prom. Soc. SeL Trans.. 1864.) 

Daniel, Samuel. Collection of the history of Eng- 
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— S'ltM. (/» Rennet, VT. Comp. hist., v. 1. 1706.) 

— Hymen's triampb. (/ji Lamb, C. Spec of dram. 

poets. \VA.^ 

— Poems. {In Anderson, R. Brit, poets, v. 4. 1T95; — 

Chalmers, A. Eng. poets, v. 3. ISIO; — and in 
Campbell, T. Brit, poets, v. 2. 1819.) 

— Tethvs festival; or. The queen's wake. (/nSomei8,J. 

Co"lI. of tracts. 2d ed., v. 2. 1809.) 

Daniel, Samuel, M.D. Case of ptyalism. (/» Soc. Prom. 
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Daniel, Thora.-»s. arutuiJor of X. Hampshire. Noncx of D. 
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Daniel, W. T. S. Keforms In the Court of Chancery. (/» 
Nat. Assoc Prom. Soc ScL Trans.. 1859.) — On di- 
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Is it desirable to reorganize our courts, superior and 
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Daniel, AVilli.-im. Journal of the eipcd. to Surrat. {In 
Harris. Col. of voyages, v. 2. 1705.) 

Daniel the prophet ; nine lectures ; by E. B. Pusey. 
2d ed. London and Camb., 1868. 8". 

Daniele, Francesco. Le forche caudine illustrate. 
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Daniell, J. Mortlock. Calvarv ; or. The cross of 
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Daniell, John Frederic. Introduction to chemical 
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— Chemistry. {In Soc Diff. Usef. Kn. Lib. nat. philos., 

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Daniell, Lewis. Appeal to his fellow-citizens. Charleston, 

1822. 8«. (B UOl) 
Daniell, Samuel. Sketches representing the native 

tribes, animals, and scenery of Southern 

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Daniell, Thomas and Wm. Antiquities of India; 

12 ^-iews. London, 1799. f, 

— Hindoo excavations in Ellora ; 24 views from 

drawings of J. Wales. London, 1803. f". 

— >iame. London, 1816. Obi. 4". 

— Oriental scenerj-; 72 views in Hindoostan. 

London, 1795-1801. 3 v. f. 

— Same. Reduced. London, 1812-15. 5pts. in 

3 V. Obi. 4°. 

— Twentv-four views in Hindoostan. London, 

1807'. f". 
Daniell, Wm. See AjUm, B. Voyage round Gr. Brit., 

with a ser. of views by D. 1814-26. 
Danielle. .>>>« Zeno, A. 
Daniels, J. M. Life of Stonewall Jackson. New 

York, 1863. 12*. 
Daniels, Mrs. Mackenzie. Femley manor ; a novel. 

London, 1851. 3 v. IT. 
Daniel's weeks ; or. Prophecy of the Messiah's appearance. 

n.p., n.d. S". (B1372) 
Danielson, L.,ern<i Mann, E. History of a disease in Med- 

lieM. {In Blass. Med. Soc Med. com., v. 2. 1813.) 
Daniel-Tyasen, A. Sre Tyssen. A. D. 
Danischmend, (Jeschichle des weisen ; von C. M. Wleland. 

(//4 hi* Siimmt. Werke, v. 18. 1824.) 
Danish. Sfe Denmark. 
Dankbare Sohn, Dcr; von J. J. EngeL {In hi« Schriften. 

V. 5. 1803.) 

Dankers, Jaspar, and Slujrter, P. Journal of a 
voyage to New York, and a tour in several of 
the American colonies, 1679-80 ; tr. from the 
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Dann, J. T., and Gonzalez, G. The Spanish com- 
mercial correspondent. London, 1871. 8". 

Dannenberg. Map. Visscher, J. N. «.»., fl7— 1. f. 
,E 64) 

Danoram rebus gestis secul. iii. et rv., De ; poema 
Daniciun dialecto Anglo- Saxonica ; ed. ver- 
sione Lat. G. J. ITiorkelin. Ha\Tua;, 1815. 4°. 

Dans un coocou : comedie vaudeville, par C. Narrey et H. 
Lemonnier. Paris. 18.>4. 16*. (£17) 
98. (18. 3. 74.) 



Danaon, J. T. Census of pauper population of En^laod 
?n«WalCT^ (/nNat.AaM>cProm.Soc.ScL Trans., 
1857.) — Characteristics of a rreat maritime town. 

— Importance of the office and duty of the statist in 
relatiou to social science. — Law rclaUng to foreign 
debtors, (/h 1858.) — Criminal sutistics of Liver- 
pool. — Law of collisions at sea. — Statistical 
inqui^ as appUed to promotion of social science, 
(/a W».) — Belligerent rights at sea. (/n 186L) 

— landowner in relation to the state. (/« 1864.) 
Danase de Villoison, Jean Baptiste Gaspard. Hee Awa^^ 

de VUloison. 
Dante Alighieri. Opere, col comento del B. Lom- 
bardi. Firenze, 1830-41. 6 v. 8". 
ContenU. Vol. 1-3. Divina commedia. 4. Rima. 
rio della divina commedia secondo il testo delU Crusca. 

— Voci della medesima citate nel vocabolario della 
Cmsca. — Komi propri e cose notabili. — Awiso degli 
editori fiorentini. — Convito di Dante. — Vita nuova. 

— Trattato della volgare eloquenza. da G. G. Trissino. 

— Pistola alio Imperatore Arrigo di Luzinibnrgo. 5. 
Vita di Dante, da G. Boccaccio. — Vita, da L. Aretino — 
Vita, da G. Tirabo«chi. — Xote [dl] F. de Romanis. — 
Lettera di 6. Bottari. — Di un antico testo a penna 
della Divina commedia di Dante : lettera di E. Dieear- 
cheo. — Canto di Bosone da Ugobbio sopra la espoei- 
zione e divisione della Commedia. — La visione del 
monarco AJberico. -•- Lettere di G. G. de Rossi e di F. 
Cancellieri. — Conclusione del Sig. de Romanis. — 
Esaroe delle correzioni che pretendeva doversi fare nella 
edizione originale del 1791 G. J. de' marcheei Dionisi — 
Dello stile di Dante ; elogio [di] F. R, Morando. — Delia 
cagione per cui abbia Dante voluto a questo eno poema 
dare il titolo di Commedia ; parens [di] F. R. Morando. 

— Della prima e prinripale allegoria del poema di Dante; 
[di] G. Marchetti. — Breve trattato sopra la fonna. posi- 
zione, e misure dell' Inferno. — Esame della Divina com- 
media. di G. dl Cesare. — Lettera [di] G. Bianghini. — 

Deir amor patrio di Dante : apolo^a [di] G. Pcnicari. 

Ode alcaica. — Rime. — Ballate. — Gli editori tioren. 
tini ai leUori. — Tavola delle varianti che s' ineontrano 
nell' edizione della Di\ina commedia esequita in Udiue 
sul codice bartolioiano nel 1823 confrontata col Do«tro 
te«to. — Serie dell' edizioni della Di\ina commedia. 
6. L'editore ai lettori. — SuU' operetta di Dante, che 
ha per titolo la Vita nuova. diseertazioni di P. J. Prati- 
celli- — Appendice al canzoniere di Dante. — Indice 
alfabetico di tutte le rime pubblicate col nome di Dante. 

— Egloghe latine di Giovanni del Virgilio e di Dante 
colle note latinc d'anonimo e colle illustrazioni di Dio- 
nisi. tratte dal iv de' suoi annedoti. Verona 1788; aggiun- 
tavi la tradnzione italiana di F. Personi. — Sulle poesie 
liriche che si hanno a stampa col nome di Dante, disser- 
tazione critica di P. J. Fraticelli. — Ricerche storico- 
bibliografico-critiche intomo le poesie Uriche pubblicate 
a stampa col nome di Dante, e note filologiche e illus- 
trative per Tintelligenza delle medeslme. — Indice tri- 
partito delle rime di Dante. — Quando e con qnal fine il 
convito fosse dali' Alighieri denato. dissertazione di 
P. J. Fraticelli. — Argomenti dei trattati e capitoli com- 
ponent] il Convito. e tavola delle cose notabili e nomi 
proprj in esso eontenuti ; compilazione [di] F. Scolari. — 
Prefazione di P. J. Fraticelli all' operetta del volgare 
eloqnio. — Dantis Aligherii de vulgari eloqnio sive idi. 
ornate libri duo. — Prefazione di P.~'J. Fraticelli al Trat- 
tato della monarrbia. — Dantis Aligherii Fiorentini 
monarchia cum Italica interpretatione atque prooemio 
Marsilii Ficini Fiorentini. — Prefazione di J. P. Frati- 
celli alle epi.«tole di Dante. — Sopra alcnne epistole di 
Dante novellemente ritrovate, articolo [di] C. Witte, dal 
fi-ancese tradotto da P. J. Fraticelli. — Dantis Aligherii 
epistolse quie exstant cum disquisitionibns atque Italica 
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— Ballata. (/« TracchL Poesie ital.. v. 1. 1816.) 

— Canzoniere, incl. the Vita nuova and Convito, 

Ital. and Eng. ; tr. bv C. Lvell. London, 
1840. 8". 

— Credo. — Sonetto. {In Saggio di rime. I82S.) 

— La divina commedia. Tomo 2. Londra, 

1778. 16". 

— Same. lUustr. di note da L. Portirelli [e G. 

Ferrario]. Milano, Soe. Tip. Class. Ital^ 
1804-05. 3 V. 8°. 

CouUnU. Vol. 1. Pref. — Vita, dal ab. Olra- 
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— Same. Tom. rv. [Vita ed indici.] Pisa, 1809. T. 

— Same. Cor. dal B. Lombard!. Roma, 1815- 

17. 4 T. 4". 



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— Same. L'ottuno commento, d'un contempo- 

raneo. Pisa, 1827-29. 3 v. 8°. 

— Same. Illust. da U. Foscolo. Londra, 1842- 

43. 4 V. 8". 
CmiteittH. Vol. 1. Prefazione. — Diecorso buI testo 
della Coinmedia di Dante. — Nota. — Prospetto. 2. 
Inferno. — Appendice. — Bpistola ad Arrigo di Luxem- 
burg. — Epistola a' principi e cardinal!. — Inlerni cap. 
iv.-vil. [Lat.]. 3. Purgatorio. — Paradiso. 4. Cro- 
noiogia. — Notizie. — Indlce. 

— Same. Col comento di G. Biagioli. 4a ed. 

Napoli, 1855. 3 v. 12° 

— Same. [Col.] commento diP. da Buti, pub. per 

cura di C. Giannini. Pisa, 1858-62. 3 v. 8°. 

— Sawie. Kecorr. daC.Witte. Berlino, 1862. 4". 

— Same. Ed. fatta sul testo del ed. critica di C. 

Witte. Berlino, 1862. 8°. 

— Same. II codice cassinese della Divina com- 

media ; per cura dei monaci benedettini di 
Monte Cassino. Monte Cassino, 1865. f°. 

— Enff. Vision of hell, purgatory, and paradise ; 

tr. by H. P. Gary. London, 1819. 3 v. 8°. 
Italian pilgrim's progress, [with Dante's] life. {In 

Hunt, L. Stories from Italian poets. 1846.) 
Divine comedy ; tr. by C. B. Cayley. London, 

1851-55. 4 V. 16". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Vision of hell. 2. Purga- 
tory. 3. Paradise. 4. Kotes. 
Tr. by I. C. Wright ; with engr. after Plaxman. 

London, Bohn, 1854. 81 
Tr. by H. W. Longfellow ; [with notes and 

illustrations]. Boston, 1867. 3 v. 8°. 

— French. La divine comedie ; tr. et prec. d'une 

introd. sur la vie, la doctrine, et les ceuvres 
de Dante [par] F. Lamennais ; pub. par E. 
D. Porgues. Paris, 1862. 2 v. 12". 

— RiMARio della Divina commedia. Padova, 

1726. 4". 

— Sanie. [Nuova ed. Pirenze, 1864.] 8". 

- Lo inferno ; col comento di G. delli Bargigi. 
Pirenze, 1838. 8". 

— L'inferno ; disjjosto in ordine grammaticale e 

corredato di brevi dichiarazioni da G. G. 

Warren, lord Vernon. Londra, stampato 

a Pirenze, 1858-65. 3 v. f. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Cosmografia dantesca. — I cerchi 
infernali. — Tavola del tempo ec. — Annotazioni alia 
tavola. — Allegoria del poema. — Prospetto delle varie 
jnterpretazioni della prima e principale allegoria dell' 
Inferno. — Allegoria morale. — Allegoria politiea. — 
Epitome della prima parte della Divina commedia. — 
L'inferno. — Indice. — Prospetto dell variant! adottati 
per questa edizione. — Serie cronoiogica delle edizione 
deir intero testo e dell parti separati della Divina com- 
media predotte alia luce lino al 1850. Delle sue tradu- 
zioni, de' suoi comenti, e delle principal! opere che ser- 
vono ad illustrarla. — Topografla delle edizioui descritte 
nella presente serie. — Tipografi, libra!, editor! norai- 
nati in questa serie. — Repertorio dei traduttori della 
Divina commedia, e degli autori dei comenti, chiose, 
note, ed altri principali opere che servono ad illustrarla. 
2. Document!. Albero della faniiglia Alighieri tratto 
dal Pelli con le giunte del Litta al armi Alighieri. — 
Memorie intorno la vita d! Dante. Prima, seconda, ter- 
za condanne d! Dante. — Dantis Alighieri Legatio pro 
Francischino Malaspina ad ineundam pacem cum An- 
tonio episcopo Lunensi, et constitutio pacis 1306. — 
Brano dell' albero dell famiglia Malaspina. — Tavole 
cronologiche letterarie dal secolo vi al secolo xill. — 
Tavole cronologiche istoriche del secolo di Dante. — 
Orazione di Farinata degli Uberti nel consiglio d'Em- 
poli. — Lettera dell' arcivescovo Kuggieri scritta da 
Roma il 23 Oennaio 1286 ni frati predicatori di Pisa. — 
iBtruzioni date dal re Roberto di Gerusalemme e di 
Bicilia agli ambasciatori che dovean portassi alia corte 
del Papa Clementi v per mostrargli che dinvalia e nulla 
era stata I'incoronazione di Arrigo vil a re de' Romani. 
— Illustr. della carta d'ltalia distesa sec. le division! 
politiche al tempo di D. — Condiz. pol. a! tempo di D. ; 
della constituzione fiorentina. — Illustr. della niappa di 
Firenze del terzo cerchio. — Illustr. araldiche cont. le 



arm! della Repnblica di Firenze, <'<c. — A rmi e notizie 
storiche delle famiglie Toscane. 3. Album. — Avver- 
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della famiglia di Dante. — Tavole. 

- - Baki-ow, H. C. The Vernon Dante, with 

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- English. 1st ten cantos; tr. [by T. W. Par- 

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- - Literal prose trans, by J. A. Carlyle. New 

York, 1849. 12". 

- - Vision of hell, tr. by H. P. Cary ; illust. by 

G.Dore. New ed., with life of Dante, etc. 
London, 1866. 4". 

• - Tr. by T. AV. Parsons ; [with Dore's illust.] 

Boston, 1867. 4". 

• French. La divine comedie; tr. en vers, tercet 

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■ - L'enfer. {In RiTarol, A. de. (Euvres, v. 3. 1808.) 

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• Prose e poesie liriche ; per cura di A. Torri. 

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■ Sonnetto. {In Gironi, R. Rac. di lirici ital. 1808.) 

• Bonnets, canzone, etc. {In Rossetti, D. G. Early Ital. 

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■ Sonnets, canzone, eic. (/n Shelley, P. B. Poet, works, 

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- Tr., with introd. and notes, by T. Martin. 

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- Tr. by C. E. Norton. Boston, 1867. 8°. 

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■ Barlow, H. C. Critical, hist., and philos. 

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diceese. — Minerbetti, A. Delle lodi di Francesco 
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Delle lodi di Cosimo II. «U Toscana: — Delle lodi di 
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— Del prezzo del' anima. — Filicaia, V. da. Delle lodi 
di Saut' Antonio; — Xella decollazione di San Gio- 
TamBatista. — Adimari, L. Xcl venerdi eanto. — 
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T. 1. Pref. — Lizione. Giambullari, P. F. Del sito 
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Bouetto del Petrarca che comincia : L.'a>pettata vertii, 
che 'n vol fioriva ; — Sopra quel versi di Dante nel In- 
ferno. — Racellai. P. Delia giusiizia. — Bonciani, F. 
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il sonelto del Petrarca : In qual parte de! cielo. — Hales- 
pini, L. G. T. Del desideri d'oiiore. 2. Pref. — Le- 
zione. Giambullari, P. F. Degl' influssl cclesli; — 
Deir ordine delT universe. — Bonsi, L. Sopra il ^netto 
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F. Deir imprese. — Bnommattei, B. Dell' imprese. — 
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— Fianceachi, L. Sopra il sonetto del Petrarca. che co- 
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madre fatta da Ansinomo ed Anapi di Catania ; — Sopra 
il simbolo di Pittagora. che le muse si debbono aute- 
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L. Detta 27 nov. 1663; — Sopra I'inganno de' seiisi. — 
Averani. B. Se i poeti abbrauo coniro al poetico decoro 
peccato, quando attribnirono agli Dei pas«ioni indegne 
della divinita ; — I'erche alia Dea Veata si dedicas^e il fuo- 
co; — Sesia vera ropinionediPlatone. che lercpubbliche 
earanno felici. quando i filosofi le reggeranno, o quando 
quelli. che le reggono. filosoferanno ; — Se nelledonne si 
irovi I'eroica vinii ; — Si il Tempo sia, come vuole Talete. 
sapiente. o. come dice Aristotile. stolto; — Perche da 
moili poeti .-Vmore e fanciullo. e veccbio si chiami ; — Per 
qual cagione Artino poela greco introduce Giove, che 
balla in mezzo degli Dei. 4. l*ref. — Ltsiont. Talen- 
toni, G. Sopra il principio, la narazione. e I'epilogo del 
canzouiere del Petrarca. — Adriani, M. Sopra Io stes*o 
sosgvtto. — Davanzati, B. Sopra le monete. — Libri, 
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Fant, M. E. Scr. rer. Svec, v. 2. 1S2S.) 

David, King of Israel. Psalms. See Bible, Cp. 279). 

Cowley, A. Dav-ideis ; a poem. (/» Aj« Works, v. 2, 

3 1809 ) 

Hodges. W. Remarks on the historical accoant of the 

life of D. (/h Ai« Christian plan. 2d ed. 1755.) 

Filler, T. David's hainous sinne; heartie 

repentance; heavie punishment. [1631.] Re- 
printed, London, 1869. 8°. 

David: ein Trauerspiel, von F. G. Klopstock. (/« hit 
Sammt. Werke. v. 10. 1821.) 



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David, Jean Pierre. Prize dissertations : Effects of 
motion and rest, and their application in sur- 
gery ; Effects of counter-strokes on the hu- 
man body; tr. with annotations, by J. O. 
Justamond. London, 1790. 4°. 

David, Gerard. Weale, J. G. David. (In Gazette des 
beaux arts, v. 20, 21. 1806.) 

David, Jacques Louis. Cantalocbe, A. Les dessins do 
David, (/n Gazette des beaux arts. v. 7. 1860.) 

— Chesneau, E. {In his La peiiiture fran?aise. 1862.) 

— Lemercier. L. J. :N^. a la memoire de David. {In 

Paris. Inst. Ac. Fr. liecueil des disc. 1830-39.) 
David, Jules A. Le serment. Brux., 1841. 18". 

— Syrie. aneienne et moderne. 1848. See Yanosky, J. 
David, P., I'abbe. Histoire des operations de 

I'armee du Nord et de celle de Sambre et 
Meuse, [1794-95]. Paris, n.d. 8°. 

— Another copy. (B 807) 

— Eng. Hist, of the campaigns of Gen. Pichegru. 

London, 1796. 8°. 

David, II. G., and Vincent, Ch. Le tueur de brig- 
ands ; histoires des principaux bandits de 
ritalie. Paris, 1859. 18". 

David, Touss.iint Bernard Emeric. See Em6ric- David, T. B. 

David and Bethsabe. See Peele, G. 

David Chaiitrey ; by W. G. Wills. {In Temple bar, v. 13- 
16. 1864-66.) 

David Copperfield; by C.Dickens. Leipzig, Tauch- 
nitz, 1850. 3 V. 16". 

— Same. New York, 7i,d. 8°. 

David Copperfield; by J. Brougham. (/» Sargent, E. 

Mod. stand, dr.. v, 17.) 
David de Dinan. Jourdaijj. C. Sur les sources philoso- 

phiques des heresies d'Amaury et de David. {In 

Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Inner. Mem., v. 26. 1870.) 
David Elginbrod ; by George MacDonald. London, 

1868. 3 v. 8". 

— Same. Boston, [1871]. 16°. 

David Garrick ; a comedy. See Robertson, T. W. 

David umiliato; azione sacra. See Zeno, A. 

David von Augsburg. 1'feiffer, F. {In his Deutsche 
Mystiker, v. 1. 1845.) 

Davide perscguitato. 1634. S^-e Malvezzi, V. Romulo, e^c. 

Davideis ; a sacrtd poem. See Cowley, A. 

Davidge, Francis H. Oration at Baltimore, death of Lafay- 
ette. [Baltimore.] 1834. 8°. (B 1220) 

Davids, Charles, li. A'. Trial at court-martial for miscon- 
duct in the engagement of Feb. 11, 1743. {In Trials 
at large. 1746.) 

Davids, Thaddeus. History of ink. New York, 

1860. 16". 
Davidson, C. J. C. Diary of travels and adventures 

in upper Lidia ; with a sporting tour in Oude 

and voyage down the Ganges. London, 

1843. 2 v. 8". 
Davidson, George. Ragged and feeding schools. {In Nat. 

Assoc. Prom. See. Sci. Trans.. 1859.) 
Davidson, James. Account relative to the Bank of the U S 

v.p.. 1827. 8". (C 173) 

— Letter [dated] Washington, June 21, 1827. [Wash., 

1827. J 12°. (B 1447) 

Davidson, James Wood. The living writers of the 
South. New York, 1869. 12". 

Davidson, John. .\ne answer to the Compendius tractive. 
1558 ; be Maister Q. Kennedy. — D. Bancrofts rash- 
nes in rayling against the Ch. of Scotland. {In 
Wodrow Soc. Misc., v. 1. 1844.) 

Davidson, John. Oration before the legislature of N. Jer- 
sey. 'Our sleeping heroes', Feb. 22. Trenton, 1866. 
8". (B 1639) 

Davidson, Lucretia Maria. Poetical remains ; with a 
biography by C. Sedgwick. Phila., 1841. 12°. 

— Sedgm'ick, C. M. Life of L. M. D. {In Sparks, J. 

Amer. biog.. v. 7. 1837.) 

Davidson, Mrs. Margaret Miller. Irving, "\V. Bi- 

oj];raphv and poetical remains of D. Phila., 

1841. 12". 
Davidson, Miss lihoda. See Fairchild, J. II. Trial. [1844.] 

(B 1757) 
Davidson, Robert. D.D. Sermon, freedom and happiness 

of the U.S., Carlisle, Oct. 5. Phila., 1794. 8°. (W33) 



Davidson, Samuel. Introduction to the New Tes- 
tament. London, 1848-[51]. 3 v. 8°. 
Contfnts. Vol. 1. Gospels. 2. Acts. — 2 Thess 
3. Tim. — Rev. 

— Introduction to the Old Testament. London, 

1862-63. 3 v. 8°. 
Contnits. Vol. 1. Pentateuch. — Historical books. 
2. Hit^toncal books. — Poetical books. 3. Propheti- 
cal books. — Apocrypha. 

— Introduction to the study of the New Testa- 

ment. London, 1868. 2 v. 8°. 
Contfnts. Vol.1. Thess.. Cor.. Gal., Bom.. Philemon, 
Col.. Phill., Hebrews, .James. Rev., Ephesians, Peter, 
Jude. Matt. 2. Luke, Mark, Titus, Tim., Acts, John, 
2 Peter. 

Davidson, Thomas, D.I). Excellency of the knowledge of 

Christ; sermon before the Soc. in Scotland Prop. 

Chris. Knowl., Edin., June 2. Edin., 17&6. 8°. (B 

846, 1640, 1857) 
Davidson, Rev. Thomas. The real Christian distinguished 

from hypocrites; discourse. Charlestown. 1802. 8°, 

(B 1338, C 23) 

Davie, John Constanse. Letters from Paraguay, 
Montevideo, Buenos Ayres. Lond., 1805. 8°. 

Davie, Gov. Wm. Richardson. Instructions for 
cavalry. Halifax, N. C, 1799. 8". 

— HiBBARD, F. M. Life of D. {In Sparks, J. Amer. 

biog., V. 25. 1847.) 

— LoxGACRE. J. B., and Herring, J. {In their Nat. 

portr. gal., v. 3. 1836.) 
Daviel, Alfred. Examen de I'ordonnnnce de 1822. {In 

Dupin, A. M. J. J. Profession d'avocat, v. 1. 1832.) 
Davies, Augustus Morse. The meteoric theory of 

Saturn's rings [and] of the sun. London. 

1871. 8°. 
Davies, Benj. Bcink torpedo ; or. Bank notes a robbery on 

the public ; by a friend to common honesty. New 

York, 1810. 8°. (B 450) 

— Some account of Phila. Phila., 1794. 8". (B 665) 
Davies, C. M. The history of Holland and the 

Dutch nation, from the 10th to the 18th cen- 
tury ; incl. the rise of the Protestant reform- 
ation in Holland. London, 1851. 3 v. 8". 
Davies, Charles. Arithmetic designed for acade- 
mies and schools. New York, 1846. 12". 

— Elementary algebra. New York, 1845. 12°. 

Sote. Same as 'First lessons in algebra', with dif- 
ferent title-page. 

— Elements of geometry and trigonometry. New 

Y'ork, 1855. 12". 

— First lessons in algebra. Phila., [1838]. 12". 

— Inaugural address on mathematics. See Columbia 

College. Addresses. 

— School arithmetic. New York, 1856. 16°. 

See also Bourdon, L. P. M. Elements of algebra 
adapted to the United States. 
Davies, David. The case of labourers in husbandry. 

Bath, 1795. 4". 
Davies, Edward Wm. Lewis, Algiers in 1857. 

London, 1858. 8°. 
Davies, Ebenezer and Mary A. Ainslie, liev. E. 

Defence of the innocent from the charges 

brought by the London Missionary Society. 

London, 1*853. 8". 
Davies, Edward. Celtic researches on the ancient 

Britons. London, 1804. 8°. 

— Discourses on Christian union. {In Churchman 

armed, V. 1. 1814.) 

— Letters on the Celtic dialects. London, n.d. 4". 

— Mythology and rites of the British Druids. 

London, 1809. 8°. 

Davies, Emily. Medicine as a profession for women. {In 
Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1S62.) — Secon- 
dary instruction as rel. to girls. {In 1S64.) — Some 
account of a proposed new college for women. {In 
1868.) 

Davies, James Seymour. Stubborn facts; or. Brief view of 
princely gratitude and domestic suffering. London, 
1812. 8". (B1679) 



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Davies, Sir John, d. 1626. Complete poems; col. 

and ed. with raeraorial-introd. and notes by 

A. B. Grosart. n.p., 1869. 16". (Fuller 

worthies' lib., no. 4.) 

ConUnli. Memorial. — Nosce teipsum. — Orchestra; 

on dancing. — Uymus of .Astrtea. — Minor poems. — 

Epigrams. — Metaphrase of Psalms i.-l., etc. 

— A discoveiie of the causes why Ireland was never 

entirely subdued. From the ed. in 1612. 
London, 1747. 12°. 

— Poems, (/n Anderson, R. Brit, poefs, v. 2. 1795. — 

Chalmers, A. Kng. poets, v. 5. 1810. — Campbell, 
T. Brit, poets, v. 2. 1«19.) 

— "WiLLMOTT, K. A. (/n A»« Lives of English poets. V. 1. 

1839.) 

Davies, John, d. 1693, tr. Observations on the 
poems of Homer and Virgil ; out of the 
- French. London, 1672. 12". 

Davies, John, D.D., Rector of Gateshead. A glance 
at the Euroijean continent, two lectures; 
pref. Second impressions, a letter. Lon- 
don, 1852. 12". 

— Christian preaehing as exemplified in the conduct of St. 

Paul ; sermon, Chichester, Eeb. 4. 1827. London, 
1827. 8». CB1338) 

— Inquiry into the just limits of reason in the 

investigation of divine truth. Lond., 1823. 8". 

— The present crisis of the Church ; or. The recent Episc. 

charges vindicated. London. 1S42. 8'. (B 1375) 

— Subdivision and re-arrangement of parishes. London, 

1849. 8". (B1231) 
Davies, John, surgeon. Selections in pathology and 
surgery. Phila., 1839. 8". 

— Practical remarks on the use of iodine. London, 1839. 

8°. (B1189) 

Davies, Rt-v. John. Hector of Wisbech. Celtic words used by 
early English writers. (/« Philol. Soc. Proc. 
1853.) — The Semitic languages, and their relations 
with the Indo-European class. Pt. 1. Nature and 
development of Semitic roots. 2. Connexion of Se- 
mitic roots with corresponding forms in the Indo- 
European languages. {In Trans., lS.i4.) — Races of 
Lancashire, as indicated by the local names and the 
dialect of the county. {In Trans.. 185-).) 

Davies, John Hamilton. LifeofJ. Pye Smith, (/n Smith, 
J. P. Relation. 1852.)^ 

Davies, Rev. John Llewellyn. Ascent of the Dom. {In 
Ball, J. Peaks, p.isses. IS.VJ.) 

— Signs of the kingdom of Heaven. {In Tracts for 

priests and people, v. 1. 1861.) — Death of Christ. — 
The Spirit giveth life. {In v. 2. 1862.) 

— The voluntary principle. {In Clay, W. L. Essays on 

church policy. 1868.) 
Davies, Xathaniel. Notes on the Cathedral of St. David's. 

London, 1853. S». (B 1375) 
Davies, Rev. Robert. Grod's gre.it gift to fallen man. {In 

Prot. Episc. pulpit, v. 5. 1835. B 1776) 
Davies, Rev. Robert Henry. Fallow ground ; earnest appeal 

to all. London, [18—]. 8°. (D 30) 

— Few words, A, to the nine; or. Counsel after a£Eliction. 

2d ed. Loudon, 1851. 12*. (C 229) 

— Look to the end ; counsel to many people. London. 

18.51. 12-'. (C229) 

Davies, lioger. Essay on the existence of a divine being. 
London. 1724. S° (B 1366) 

Davies, Rowland, Dean of Ross. Journal, 1688-90; 
ed. by K. Caulfield. London, 1857. 4". (Cam- 
den Soc.) 

Davies. Samuel, Pren. of X. J. College. Curse of cowardice ; 
sermon to militia in Virginia. May 8, 1758. London, 
1758. 12°. (B245, 3) 

— Duties of the minister; sermon, installation of J. Todd, 

Hanover Co.. Va. Glasgow, 1754. 8". (D 4) 

— Little children invited to Jesus Christ: sermon. May 8, 

1758. 6th ed. Boston, 1770. 8". (B 310, C 23) 

— Pregeth ar yr adgyfodiad cyifrcdinol. Wedi ei chyflei- 

thu i'r Cymraeg gan M. Jones. Caerfyrddin [Car- 
marthen, 17— ]. 12". (0 300) 

— Bermon at Nassau-Hall, .Jan. 14. 1761. death of King 

George ll. ; prefixed, life of the author, by D. Bost- 
wick. Boston, [1761]. 8°. (B 175, O 23) 

— Sermons. 6th ed ; with sermon on his death, by 

S.Finley, etc. Lond., 1777. 3 v. (v. 2, 3 w.). 8". 

— Same. Added, three sermons. 2d Amer. ed. 

Phila., 1794. 2 v. 8". 



— State of religion among the Protestant dissenters In 

Virginia. Boston, 1751. 8". (B 662) 

— Three letters to P. V. B. Livingston, 1759. (In New 

Jersey Hist. Soc. Proc., v. 1. 4845.) 
Davies, Thomas. Memoir of David Garrick. Lon- 
don, 1780. 2 V. 8". 
Davies, Thomas. Preparation and mounting of 

microscopic objects. N. Y., [1865], 12". 
Davies, Thomas A. How to make money and how 

to keep it. New York, 1867. 12". 
Davigo, Giovanni. Mojou. B. Elogio di D. (,ln Orillo. 

Elogi. v. 1. 1846.) 
Davila, Arrigo (^or Enrico) Cattarino. Storia delle 

guerre civili di Fraiicia. Loudon, 1801-02. 

6 V, in 8 pts. 8". 

— Eng. Historie of the civili warres of France ; 

tr. London, 1647. f". 

— Adams, J. Discourses on D. Boston, 1805. 8*. 

— NiCEROJi, J.P. (/n Ai«Mem.. V.39. 1738; and. Germ., 

V. 13, 1756.) 
Davila, Fernando Antonio. Exposicion, en apoyode la que 
presento a las Cortes la diputacion americana, 25 de 
junio. Madrid, 1821, 4°. (B 396) 

Davila, Julian Gutierrez, ed. Memorias historicas 
de la Congregacion de el Oratorio de la ciudad 
de Mexico. Mexico, 1736. f". 

Davila, Pedrarias. Axdagoya, P. de. Narrative 
of the proceedings of D. in Tierra Firme or 
Casulla del Oro, and of the discovery of the 
South Sea and the coasts of Peru and Nicara- 
gua ; tr. and ed. with notes and an introd. 
bv C. R. Markham. London, 1865. 8". 
(Hakluyt Soc, v. 34.) 

Davila, Pedro Franco. Catalogue des curiosites 
[du] cabinet de D. Paris, 1767. 3 v. 8". 

Daviot, D. Z. On diptherite. {In Semple, R. H, Memoirs 
on diptheria. New Syd. Soc. 1859.) 

Davis, Alexander Jackson. Architectural scraps 
[partly mss.]. New Y'ork, [1837]. 4°. 

Davis, Andrew Jackson. The approaching crisis ; 
review of H. Bushnell on supernaturalism. New 
York, 185-2, 8°, (E 187) 

— Free thoughts concerning religion. Boston, 1854. 8*. 

(B 1355, E 187) 

— The great harmonia. Boston, 1850-56. 4 v. 12°. 

Contenti. Vol. 1. The physician. 2. The 
teacher. 3. The seer. 4. '1 he reformer. 

— Harmonial man ; or. Thoughts for the age, Boston, 

1853, 8«. (E 187) 

— History and philosophy of evil ; -with sugges- 

tions for more emiobling institutions, and 
philosophical systems of education. 2d ed. 
Boston, 1858. 8". 

— Penetralia ; harmonial answers to important 

questions. Boston, 1856. 8". 

— Philosophy of special providences. Boston. 1850. 8*. 

(E 187) 

— Philosophv of spiritual intercourse. New York, 1851. 

8°. (Ei87) 

— The present age and inner life. N.Y"., 18-53. 8°. 
Principles of nature, her divine revelations, and 

a voice to mankind. 6th ed. New Y'ork, 
1850. 8". 
Davis, Asahel. Antiquities of America; first in- 
habitants of Central America; discover}' of 
New England by the Northmen. 19th ed. 
New York. 1847.' 8". 

— Same. Sth ed. Boston, 1840. 8". (B 1601. 1822) 

— Same. 6th ed. Boston. 1840. 8*. (B 1601) 

— Same. 10th ed. Buffalo, 1842. 8» (B 1601) 
Davis, Charles Aug. Letters of J. Downing, Major, 

to Mr. Dwight, of the New Y'ork daily ad- 
vertiser. New Y'ork, 1834. 12". 
Davis, Charles G. Report of the trial of Samuel 
>L Andrews, for the murder of C. Holmes, 
before the S. J. court of Mass., Dec. 1868. 
New Y'ork. 1869. 8". 



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— U. 8. vs. D. ; report of the proceedings at the examina- 

tion of D. on a charge of aiding in the rescue of a 
fugitive slave. Boston, 1851. 8". (B 1478) 
Davis, Charles H., 3/. -i., Oxford, Hints and sug- 
gestions on the revision of the liturgy. Lon- 
don, 1850. 8°. 

— The Bible ; on what ground and to what extent can 

we believe it inspired ? London. 18.53. 8°. (B 1373) 

— Plain Protestant explanations of certain prayer-book 

difficulties. London, 1852. 8». (B 1386) 
Davis, Charles Henry, U.S.N. Report on inter- 
oceanic canals and railroads between the 
Atlantic and Pacific. [Wash., 1866.] S". 
(39th Cong. 1st sess. Sen. Ex. doc. 62.) 

— Same. Wash.. 1867. 8°. 

— Geological action of the tidal and other currents of the 

ocean. (In Amer. Acad. Mem., n.s., v. 4. 1850.) — 
Scientific account of the inner harbor of Boston. (In 
V. 5. 1855.) 
•^ Law of the deposit of the flood tide, (/n Smithsonian 
Inst. Contrib., v. 3. 1852.) 

— Theory of the geological action of the tides. (In 

Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 1. 1849.) — Prime merid- 
ian. {In v. 2.) — Nautical almanac. — Solar eclipse 
of July. 1851. (In v. 4.) — Law of the deposit of 
the flood tide. (In v. 5.) — Solar eclipse of July 28, 
1861. (I?i v. 6.) — Relative value of the different 
astronomical methods of determining longitude. 
(Li v. 8. 1855.) 

— Headley, J. T. (In his Farragut, etc. 1867.) 

See also Desor, E., vs. Davis, C. H. 1852. (B 1436) 
Davis, Charles Henry Stanley. History of Walling- 

ford. Conn., incl. Meriden and Cheshire. 

Meriden, Conn., 1870. 8°. 
Davis, Clara. Brockett, L. P. (In his Woman's work in 

the civil war. 1867.) 
Davis, Daniel, d. 1799. Oration, July 4, 1796. [Portland, 

1796.] 8°. (B342) 

— Funeral sermon on. 1799. See Mellen, J. (B 857) 
Davis, Daniel. Manual of magnetism ; incl. electro- 
magnetism ; with description of electrotype 
process, Boston, 1842. 12". 

— Medical application of electricity, with descriptions of 

apparatus. Boston, 1846. 12°. (C 268) 
Davis, David. Poem before the citizens of Edgartown, 

July 4. New Bedford, 1836. 8°. (B 1233) 
Davis, David D., M.D. Acute hydrocephalus, an 

inflammatory disease. Phila., 1840. 8°. 
— Elements of operative midwifery. London, 

1825. 4°. 

— Principles and practice of obstetric medicine. 

London, 1836. 2 v. and atl. 4°. 

Davis, Edward. Burney. J. Buccaneers under D. (In 
his Discov. in the South Sea, v. 4. 1817.) 

Davis, Edwin Hamilton. On ethnological research. (In 
Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1866.) 
-— Anc. mon. of the Mississippi Valley. *SVe Squier, E. G. 
and Davis, E. H. (/n Smithsonian Inst. Contrib., 
v. 1. 1848.) 

Davis, Emerson, and others. Sketches of churches 
and pastors in Hampden Co., Mass.; with 
address to pastors, by T, M. Cooley. West- 
field, 1854. 12". 

— The mind. etc. ; lecture before the American Inst, of 

Instr., Aug. 1839. Boston, 1S:40, 8°. (B 1585) 
Davis, Evan. Education of middle classes. (Ifi Nat. 

Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1857.) 
Davis, Garrett. Extract from [his] speech exhibiting the 

expenditures of Van Buren's administration, etc. 

Wash., 1844. 8°. (B 1174) 
Davis, George. National repentance ; sermon, Feb. 12, 

preceding the general fast. London, 1758. 4°. 

(B 1257) 
Davis, Mrs. George T. M. Brockett, L. P. (In his 

Woman's work in the civil war. 1867.) 
Davis, George Thomas. Speech in reply to R. Rantoul, 

March 6. Wash., 1852. 8°. (B 1606) 

— Speech on the Mexican indemnity bill, Jan. 23. Wash., 

1852. 8°. (B 1610) 

Davis, Hasbrouck. Branches and garments; two modes of 
honoring Christ; sermon. Bost., 1853. 8°. (B 1287) 

— The living Christ ; sermon for easter day. Watertown, 

1853. 8». (B 1287) 

— The subterfuge of infidelity; sermon. Boston, 1853. 

8°. (B1287) 



Davis, Henry, D.D. Inaugural oration, Feb. 21. Boston, 
1810. 8°. (B 138, 435) 

— Sermon before Amer. Board of Comm. for Foreign 

Missions, at Hartford. Boston, 1816. 8°. (B 310; 
Davis, Rev. Henry Edwards, lleply to Gibbon's 
vindication of the ' History of the decline 
and fair. London, 1779. 8". 
Davis, Henry G. Medical testimony on the proper mechani- 
cal treatment of joint diseases. New York, n.d. 
S". (B1552) 
Davis, Henry Phillips Stonehewer. Loweli,. C. Discourse 
the Sabbath after the execution of D. 2d ed. Bos- 
ton. 1817. 8°. (B 322) 
Davis, Henry Winter. Speeches and addresses, prec. 
bv an oration by J. A. J. Creswell. New 
York, 1867. 8". 
Contents. Cresswell, J. A. J. Life of D. ; oration. 
1866. — A plea for the country against the sections, 
Aug. 7. 1856. — The President's message : The teach- 
ings of the late election. 1857. — Against the Lecompton 
frauds. 1858. — Remarks at the Commencement of the 
Female High School of Baltimore. 1858. — Reopening of 
the slave trade. 1859. — The question in the territories : 
Union of all opposed to the Democracy. 1859. — On the 
resolutionsof censure by theMaryland legisl. on account 
of D.'s vote for Pennington. 1860. — Speech before the 
electors of the 4th congress, distr. of Maryland. 1860. — 
Address to the voters of the district. 1861. — The report 
of the committee of thirty-three. 1861. — Address to the 
citizens of Baltimore on the state of the nation in the 
autumn of '61. — Constitutional powers sufficient for re- 
pression of rebellion. 1861. — Confiscation of the prop- 
erty of those engaged in rebellion. 1862. — The demo- 
cratic hue and cry a sham ; confiscation and emancipa- 
tion. 1862. — No peace before victory. 1863. — Remarks 
at the reception of Russian naval officers. 1863. — No 
peace till after rebel submission. 1863. — Confiscation of 
rebel property. 1864. — Draft and commutation ; colored 
troops. 1864. — Freedmen's bureau; disposition to be 
made of free negroes. 1864. — Republican government 
in the rebellious states. 1864. — Emancipation in Mary- 
land. 1864. — Empire of Mexico. 1864. — Expulsion of 
Mr. Long, of Ohio. 1864. — The enrollment bill. 1864.— 
The President's suppression of the bill for reconstruc- 
tion in rebellious states. 1864. — Victory the condition of 
success. 1864. — Joint resolution on Mexican aftairs. 1864, 
— Foreign policy of the U. S. in regard to Mexican affairs. 
1864. — Administration of the Navy department; moni- 
tors and armed ships. 1865. — Reconstruction of the 
rebel states. 1865. — On proposing an amendment to the 
miscellaneous appropriation bill prohib. the tiial of citi- 
zens by military commissions. 1865. — Letter on recon- 
struction ; universal suffrage. 1865. — Lessons of the 
war; security for the future and self-government bj' law 
with liberty guarded by power. 1865. — The necessity of 
universal suffrage in reconstruction. 1865. 

— Creswell, J. A. J. Oration on D. Wash., 

1866. 8". 

Davis, Hewitt. Practical essays for the improvement 
of farming. London, 1860. 8°. 

Davis, Capt. Isaac. Adams. .1. Letter to L. Shattuck in 
vindication of the claims of D. to his share in the hon- 
ors of the Concord fight. Boston, 1850. 8°. (B1602) 

Davis, Isaac P. Catalogue of the books of D . sold in 1814, 
[partly priced]. Boston, 1814. 8°. (B 1617) 

Davis, Jacob S. Treatise on the evolution of powers, sim- 
ple and mixed. Cincinn., 1839. 8°. (B 1142) 

Davis, James. lieport. (In Boston. Female Soc. for Mis- 
sionary Purposes. Brief account. 1818. B 468) 

Davis, James C. Biography of T. R. Robeson. (In Har- 
vard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 

Davis, James Edward. Annals of Windsor. 1858. See 
Tighe, R. R. 

Davis, Jefferson. Report of the secretarj- of war 
on the several railroad explorations. — Letter to I. I. 
Stevens. (In JJ. S. War Dept. Reports of explora- 
tions for a R.R. to the Pacific, 1853-54.) 

— Messages. See Confederate States. President, (p. 646.) 

— Craven, J. J. Prison life of J. Davis. Nejv 

York, 1866. 8". 

— PoLL.\RD, E. A. Life of J. Davis, with a secret 

history of the Southern Confederacy. Phila., 
n.d. 8". 

— Savage, J. (In his Our representative men. 1860.) 

— Walker, R. J. Repudiation, recognition, and 

slavery. London, 1863. 8°. 



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D»Tia» John, of Worcttter, &tf. 
fciMnrlf. Ufl»-V». (A '~ 
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ITnited States, I798-IM2. London. 1803. 8*. 

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3d ed., enL New York, 1806. 12*. 
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t om tt . of WU. (A WiaMnpw J. Two lect. KIl.) 

— Addrew hcfare the Mass. ChniftsMe Rre Soc. May 

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Md danger eTidf hive. WIt.ISMl BUKH 

— Xotca and aqppendix. (JhUa>taa,3r. Ke 

niiswiriil ISK.) 

— OWtmoy notice of (X Baldwin. iM 

Sac ArehMiL. t. X I83X) 

— Opinion in Ae cnee of John Healy m. Wm. Martin. 

[Boattw, nSXI IS*, cciai) 

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Ship MariaanaVloea. mXp. USX 8>. (BCOl IftH) 

— CATAijosirm of tibe libnzy of D^ sold Jnlj-. 

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Da,T]s, Joim. Measure of the orcle. Ptot., I8»t. 8t 
Davis, Jobs, of Addaide. Tracks of MeKinlay 

and paztT acrosB Amtnlia ; ed. bj W. WeM' 

garth. Lmidoii, 1863. 8*. 
Daaii^ John A. 6. Mibob. I.. IMaeoaiae oa the Bfe ad 

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AaMC Fk«H.8ac SdL TnniL,Un.) 
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and since the peace. London, 1852. 3 t. I3t 

— The Chinese; a general descri^tiim of China. 

London. 1836. 2 t. 12*. (Lib. ent. knowL, 
T. 34, 39.) 

— Smme. New York, 1818. 2 t. 18". fHazper's 

finn.lib..T.80. 81.) 

— On certain pemKar and ndvaalageons p iapuU ea of 

Ae wiiUen langa:«e of China. C& FhilaL Sae. 
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— Sketches of China ; with notices idatire to the 

pscsent war. London, 1841. 2 t. 12*. 
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alogiie of the iknlls of the varioos laccs of 
nan in pds] collection. Candon, 1867. 8t 

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Dsrn, Nathan. Caidiage and her icmains. Lon- 
don, 1861. 8*. 
Ruined cities widdn Nrnnidian and Cartha* 

ginian leriituii es. London, 1862. 8^ 
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■taai.Krt.8acL OnL. t. 31. nsX) 
Dama.BnisM. AnthentiehistniTof Aelatewar; 

added, Ae war wiA Algierscfe. NewYorit, 

1836. 12*. 
Dkvia, Mn. Sdwcca Blaine Hai£ng. BaDas Gal- 

braidi. Fhila., 1868. 8*. 

— Life in Ae iron niBa. (JSb II l l aa Kr ■enOly. ▼. T. 

IWL) — [Margaret HowA;] a alory of tod ay . (£a 
T.S-X Un-dX) 

— MaTKiet Howth, a atoatr of to-d^. NewYoik, 

1862. 13*. 

Waiting br die Tcrffiet. New Y<wk , 1868. 8t 

JWr. Fkoni tiK (Jala i J. t- 3-1- VKS. 
OavK RiAaid. General view of the agrienBaw of Ae 

Oonmyof Oxfecd. London. HM. «>. (WM) 

JiKtm, S. Appeal to the ciliaena ef Xewtaa. fwUhl befef 

^^ MrtiFarAe town. (STewton. KfT)- •*- fBU"© 

Davia^ a^. S. M. Life and tiaws of Sn Fhil^ 

Sjdnejr. Boston. 1859. 16*. 



DAVIS 



746 



DAVY 



Davis, Samuel. Notes on Plymouth. — Rise and progress 
of bass and mackerel fishery at Cape Cod. [In 
Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 13. 1815.; — History of 
free schools in Plymouth Colony. — Contribution 
for building the first vessel at Plymouth. — History 
and description of Scituate. — Sacred musick in 
churches. — Correction of an errour in Notes on 
Plymouth. — Topography and history of Rochester, 
Mass. 1815. — History and description of Plympton. 

— Description of Carver. — Notes on Halifax. — 
History of Plympton (Carver and a part of Halifax 
Inclusive). — Topography and history of Wareham. 
(/ji V. 14.) — History and description of Abington, 
Mass. (//I V. 17.) — Memoirs of Wm. Blaekstone. 

— The phrase Shawmut. — The springs of Boston. 
(In V. 20.) — Memoir of D. {In v. 25. 1836.) 

Davis, Samuel Henry. Sketches of Williams College. 1847. 

6ee Wells, D. A. 
Davis, Seth. Pui^il's arithraetick. Bost., 1826. 18°. 
Davis, T. J. Treatise on artificial human eyes. New York, 

1863. 8°. (B 1552) 
Davis, liev. Thomas. Hints for Sunday school teachers. 

London, 1839. 16". (C 234) 
Davis, Thomas. Address to the electors of the E. congres- 
sional district of K. Island, v.p., 1859. 8". (B 1508) 
Davis, Thomas. General view of the agriculture of the 

County of Wilts. London, 1794. 4". (W 75) 
Davis, Gen. Thomas, avd others. Memorial praying for a 

revision of the militia laws. Bost., 1835. 8". (B 1116) 
Davis, Thomas Aspinwall, Funeral uddresn on. 1845. iSee 

Pierce, J. (B 1213) 
Davis, Thomas T. Uaniel Webster, eulogj-, in Syracuse, 

Nov. 13. Syracuse, 1852. 8°. (B 1726) 
Davis, W. Relation of the elementary day school to the 

mechanic's institute. {In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. 

Trans.. 1859.) 
Davis, Wendell. Description of Sandwich. {In Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Col., v. 8. 1802.) 
Davis, Wm. Watts Hart. El Gringo ; or, New 

Mexico and her people. New York, 1857. 12". 

— The Spanish conquest of New Mexico, Doyles- 

town, Pa., 1869. 8". 

Davis, Wm. Account of the country Jibout the river Ama- 
zon. {In Harris. Col. of voy., v. 1. 1705.) 

Davis, Wm. Olio of bibliographical and literary 
anecdotes. London, 1814. 8". 

Davis, Wm. Hints to ijhilanthropists. Bath, 1821. 8°. 

Davis, Wm. Augurtus. Biog. notice of C. S. SVheeler. 
Boston, 1843. 8°. (B 1461) 

Davis, Wm. C. The gospel plan of salvation. 
Phila., 1809, 8". 

Davis, Wm. S. Biography of S. F. Haven, Jr. (/« Har- 
vard mem. biog.. v. 1. 1866.) 

Davison, — . Cooper, H. The right assumed by the judges 
to fine a defendant denied; argument in The king 
VK. Davison. London. 1821. 8". (B 1440) 

Davison, Alexander. Observations on the 3d report of the 
commissioners of military enquiry. London, 1807. 
8°. (B1527) 

Davison, Francis, Poetical rapsody. Lond., 1602, 
reprinted J. P. Collier, 1866. V. 

Davison, John. Sermon, Deptford. Oxf.. 1817. 4°. (A 59) 

— Sermon at St. Mary's, Oxford, before the University 

and others. Mar. 6. 1817. Oxford. 1817. 4°. (B1265) 

— Considerations on the poor laws. Oxford, 1818. 8°. 

(B 693, 1675) 
Davison, Nathaniel. Papers on Egypt. {In Walpole, R. 

Memoirs rel. to Turkey. 1817.) 
Davison, Wm. Nicolas, N, H. Life of D., Sec. 

of State to Q. Elizabeth. London, 1823. 8". 
Davison, Dorr, & Co. Some information resp. business in 

Buenos Ayres. Buenos Ayres. 1833. 12°. (D 41) 
Davisson, John. Vindication of the Protestant ministers' 

mission; sermon. Taunton, June 7. 2d ed. Lon- 
don, 1720. 8". (B 106) 
Davout {not Davoust), Louis Nicolas, due d'Auerstcidt, 

prince d'Ecktniihl. Memoire au roi. Paris, 1814. 8°. 

(B 571) 
Davy, Charles. Conjectural obs. on the origin and 

progress of alphabetic writing. London, 

1772. 8°. 
Davy, Sir Humphrey, Bart. Collected works; ed. 

by J. Davy. Lond., 1839-40. 9 v. (v. 1 w.V 8". 
Contentn. Vol. 1. Memoir, wanthig. 2. Early 
miscellaneous papers. On heat, light, and com- 
binations of light, with new theory of respiration. — 



On generation of oxygen gas and causes of colors of 
organic beings. — Extract of letter to Mr. Nicholson on 
certain facts relating to heat and light, and on discovery 
of decomp. of carbonate and sulphate of ammonia. — 
On appearances prod, by collision of steel and hard 
bodies. — Experiments on siiex composing epidermis, or 
external bark. — Experiments made with "galvanic appa- 
ratus of SIg. Volta. — Observ. on causes of galvanic phse- 
nomena. on certiiin modes of increasing powers of gal- 
vanic pile of Volta. — Extr. of letter on galvanism. — 
Ace. of addit. exper. on galvanic phaenomena. — Letter 
to Mr. Nicholson [on] galvanism. — Galvanic combina- 
tions formed by arrangement of single metallic plates 
and fluids anal, to new galvan. apparatus of Volta. — 
Outlines of view of galvanism, from course of lectures 
on galvan. phwnomena. — Methods of construct, simple 
and compound galvan. combin. without use of metallic 
substances, by means of charcoal and difl'er. fluids. — 
Exper. on galvanic electricity made in Theatre of Roy. 
Inst. — Exper. relating to .agencies of galvan. electric- 
ity in producing heat, and effecting changes in fluid 
substances. — Process of galvanism. — New eudiometer. 

— Method of estimating changes of volume prod, in 
gases, by alterations of temperature, ete. — Dift'erent 
methods of obtaining gallic acid. — New method of 
obtaining salts of iron at minimum of oxydation. — 
Method of copying paintings upon glass and making 
profiles by agency of light upon nitrate of silver, by 
T. Wedgewood. — Motions of small pieces of acetate 
of potash during solution on surface of water. — Con- 
stituent parts of some astringent veget.ables and their 
operation in tanning. — Observ. on process of tanning. 

— Analytical exper. on mineral production from Devon- 
shire, consisting princip. of alumine and water. — 
Method of analysing stones containing fixed alkali, by 
means of boracic acid. — Discourse introd. to. lectures on 
chemistry. — Syllabus of [the] lectures. — Outlines of 
lectures on chem. philosophy. 3. Researches, chem. 
and philos., chiefly cone, nitrous oxide and its respiration. 
4. Elements of (diem, philosophy; as regards laws of 
chem. changes, undecompounded bodies and their pri- 
mary combinations. 5. Bakcrian lectures and 
miscellaneous papers, 1806-15. Chemical agencies 
of electricity. — Decomposition of earths, with obs. on 
metals obtained from alkaline earths and on amalgam 
proc. from ammonia. — On the nature of alkalies, phos- 
phorus, sulphur, etc. — On metallic bodies, from alka- 
lies and earths, and on some combinations of hydrogen. 

— Oxymuriatic acid, its nature, etc.. with exper. on 
sulphur and phosphorus. — On a new detonating com- 
pound. Letter to Sir J. Banks. — On substances pro- 
duced in ditt'erent chemical processes on fluor spar. — 
New exper. on the fluoric cotnpounds. — On new Sub- 
st.ince which becomes a violet-colored gas by heat. — 
Exper. on iodine. — On combustion of the diamond and 
other carbonaceous substances. — On solid compound 
of iodine and oxygen. — On the action of acids on salts 
called hyper-muriiites and gases prod, from them. — 
On anal, between undecompounded substances and con- 
stitution of acids. — On prussic basis and acid. — Re- 
marks on note in the 2d number of Journal of sci. and 
arts. — On aqua-regia, or nitro-muriatic acid. — On fal- 
lacy of exper. in which water is said to have been 
formed by decomp. of chlorine. 6. Miscellaneous 
papers. On safety lamp for preventing explosions in 
mines, houses lighted by gas, etc., with researches on 
flame. — Exper. and observ. on colors used in painting 
by the ancients. — On p.apyri found in ruins of Hercu- 
laneum. — On cause of diminution, of temperature of 
the sea on approaching land. — On form.ition of mists 
in particular situations. — On native caustic lime of 
Tuscany. — On geology of Cornwall. — On deposit 
found in water of baths of Lucca. — On state of water 
in cavities in certain crystals. — Magnetic phenomena 
prod, by electricity. — Condensation of muriatic acid 
gas into liquid form. — On application of liquids formed 
by condensation of gases as mechanical agents. — On 
corrosion of copper sheathing by sea-water, and meth- 
ods of preventing this eflTect. — Addit. exper. on appli- 
cation of electrical combin. to preservation of copper 
she.ithing. — Further researches on preserv. of metals. 

— Relations of electrical and chemical changes. — On 
phisenomena of volcanoes. — Exper. on the torpedo. 
7. Discourses delivered before Roy. Soc. at anniver. 
meetings on award of Royal and Copley medals. — 
Sketch of character of Dr. Priestley. — Of Scheele. — 
Pliny the elder. — Lord Bacon. — Elder Bacon. — New- 
ton. — Cavendish. — Discovery of composition of water. 

— Eulogy of Mr. Watt. — Journal of tour in Ireland. 

— Elements of agricultural chemistry. 8. Elements 
of agricultural chemistry, contin. 9. Salmonia; or. 
Days of fly-flshing. — Consolations In travel, or last 
days of a philosopher. 



DAVY 



747 



DAY 



— Consolations in travel. London, 1830. 12°. 

— Elements of agricultural chemistry. N. Y., 

1815. 8°. 

— Elements of chemical philosophy. Part 1, v. 1. 

Phila., 1812. 8°. 

— Same. Lond., 1839. 8". (ro/.4 o/Ai« Works.) 

— Fragmentarj- remains ; ed. \\-ith life by J. Davy. 

London, 1858. 8". 

— Researches, chera. and phil., chiefly on nitrous 

oxide and its respiration. London, 1800. 8". 

— Same. Lond., 1839. 8°. {Vol.3 of his V^'orks.) 

— Salmonia ; or, Davs of flv fishing. 2d ed. Lon- 

don, 1829. 8°. ' 

— Six discourses before the Royal Soc. on the 

award of the Royal and Copley medals, pre- 
ceded by an address on the progress and 
prospects of science. London, 1827. 4°. 

— Brougham. H.. Lord. Davy's discoveries. {In 

Brougham, J. Contrib., v. 3. 1856.) 
Life of D. (/n fii« Men of letters, v. 1. 1845.) 

— Paris, J. A. Life of Davy. Lond., 1831. 4". 
Davy, John, M.D. Angler in the Lake District, 

Westmoreland, and Cumberland. London, 
1857. 16°. 

— Diseases of the army, etc. London, 1862. -8**. 

— Researches phvsiological and anatomical. 

Phila., 1840. 8". 

— Some of the more important diseases of the 

army, etc. London, 1862. 8°. 

— The West Indies before and since emancipation. 

London, 1854. 8". 

Davy, Wm. "Woolrych, H. W. (In hU Lives, v. 2. 1869.) 

Davys, George. Sermon at the festival of the Sons of the 
Clergy, June 27. London, 1833. 4». (B 1270) 

Davys, Sir John. Woolrycii, H. \V. {In his Lives, v. 1.) 

Dawes, Henry Laurens. Mode of procedure in cases of con- 
tested elections. {In Amer. Soc. Sci. Assoc. Trans., 
1870.) 

Dawes, Matthew. England's alarm ! on the prevailing doc- 
trine of libels. London, 178o. 8'. (B 751) 

Dawes, Richard. Miscellanea critica ; cur. T. Bur- 
gess; tertium ed. G. C. Harless. Lipsiae, 
1800. 8°. 

Dawes, Rufus. Xix's mate. N. Y., 1839. 2 v. 12°. 

— Gatheringof the fairies, (/n Boston book, .3d col. 1841.) 
Dawes, Col. Thomas, d. 1809. Ecklev, J. Sketch of the 

ch<iracterof D. [Boston,] 1809. S". (B438,1213) 
Dawes, Thomas, Jr.. il. 1825. Address to the Ma.'ss. Peace 
Soc. Dec. 25. 1817. n./)., 1817. 8°. (B 938, 1274) 

— The law given at Sinai ; a poem. Boston. 1777. 4'. 

(B650) 

— Jfotice of Ezekiel Price. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., 

V. 8. 1802.) 

— Oration at Boston, Mar. 5, 1781. {In Orations. 
• 5th Mar. 1785.) 

— Unme. Boston, 1781. 4°. (A 6) 

— Oration. July 4, 1787. Boston. 1787. %'. (B 394) 
Dawes, R(^. Thomas. Social influence; disc, July 14, 1850, 

in Bridgew.iter. Boston, 18.50. 8°. (B 1287) 
Dawes, Wra.. Arbp. of York. Anatomy of atheism; a 
poem. London." 1694. A,\ (B 1458) 

— The continued plots of the Romanists: sermon at St. 

Mary's, Carnb.. Xov. 5. C.imb., 1705. 4'*. (B 1249) 

— Excellencv of the charity of charity schools; sermon. 

May as; 1713. London. 1713. 8"'. (B 52) 

— Self-love the great cause of bad times; sermon, Feb. 4, 

1700/1. London. 1701. 4*. (B 1247) 

— Sermon at the anniversan' of rharity schools. May. 28. 

London. 1713. 4°. (B 1267) 

— SermonbeforethoKing.Xov. 5. Lond., 1696. 4'. (B 1249) 

— Sermon before the Lord Mayor, Apr. 25. London, 

1709. 12". (B1250) 

— Sermon. Mar. 8. 1711. the dav H. M. began her reign. 

I.^ndon, 1712. S". (B1272)" 

— Times of war; sermon before the t^ueen. on fast day. 

2d ed. London, 1707. 8". (B 1255) 
Dawkins. Wm. Boyd. Antiqiiity of the iron mines of the 
Weald. — Early antiquities in Portugal. — Prehis- 
toric m.nmmalia of Great Britain, (/n International 
Cong, of Prehist. Archaeol. Trans., 186S.) 

— On coal. {In Science lect. for the people. 2dser. 1870.) 

— liomano-British cemeterv and Roman camp at Hard- 

ham. {In Sussex ArcIueoL Soc. CoL, v. 16. 1864.) 



Dawne grzechy. komedyo-opera. przetoi. z franc, przez 8. 

Ksissyanowicza. {In Teatia Warsz., no. 11. 1834.) 
Dawson, Benjamin, d. 1814. Question cone, liberty 

and necessity discussed. London, 1783. 8". 

— Free thoughts on the further reformation of the Ch. of 

Eng. t.fi.w. [London, 1771.] S". (B 1897) 

— Letter [in] vindication of the petition to Parliament for 

the removal of subscription, ttc.. from the misrepre- 
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— Militia laws of the U, S. and of Mass. Bos 

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Dearborn, Nathaniel. American text-book for let- 
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Dearborn, Nathaniel S. Guide through Mount 

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Death of Wallenstein ; a tragedy. See Schiller, F. 

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Xote. From Good words, v. 10. 1869. 

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De Bow's review of the southern and western 
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Sote. For the previous vols, see Conunercial 
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— Same. De Bow's review and industrial re- 

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— iiame. Aug. 1861 -Aug. 1862; July, Aug. 

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— Same. De Bow's review, devoted to the resto- 

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— Bidweu,. B. Report resp. claims for confiscated 

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— Society for the Promotion of the Rights and 

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Debtor's daughter, The ; by T. S. Arthur. Phila., 
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Debtor's friend, The; or, Religious advice to persons im- 
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Debts of the Staies. Calhoun, J. C. Speech on the 
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Decius, pseud. Letters to the Legislature of Indiana Ter- 
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Deckinger, Hieronimus. Andresen, A, {In his Deutsche 
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Declination. Safford, T. H, Catalogue of the declina- 
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Discourse, Oct. 28, on resigning the pastoral charge 

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Sermon, Oct. 31. 18.58. after the 40th anniv. of his ordi- 
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— Statement of the proceed, reap, the settlement of a 

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the petition for the annexation of part of D. to 
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— Taylor, J. Century sermon, Feb. 29, in commemora- 

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— Wait, D. II., and others. Petition for the annexation 

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— WiLLARO, S. Communication to the Ist Congrega- 

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Deerfield. Council, 1807. Results of two ecclesiastical 

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_ Same. New York, 1850. 12". 

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Deease, La ; an Elssler-atic romance ; by the author 

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Catalogue of books relating to America, from 

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Defecation. O'Eeirne, J. New views of the pro- 
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Defence of Christianity ; answer to 'The Athanasian creed 

a preservative against heresies', n.tp. 8°. (B 122) 

Defence of country banks; reply to 'Examination of the 

banking system of Mass.'. Boston, 1831. 8°. (B 1543) 

Defence of Dr. Clarke's 'Demonstration of the 

^ being and attributes of G od' ; an answer to 

[E. Law's] translation of King's 'Origin of 

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— Second defence. London, n.d. 8". 

Defence of Lucknow.The ; a diary. Lond., 1858. 12°. 

Defence of opposition with respect to their conduct on Irish 
aflairs. London. 1785. 8°. (B 751) 

Defence of the American character; or, Wealth as an ob- 
ject of cupidity in the United States. Phila., 1819. 8° 
(B534) 

Defence of the Ch. of Eng. [by E. Welch] from the charge 
of schism and heresie. as laid against it by the vindi- 
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Defence of the conduct of Barbadoes, etc. n.t.p. [1760.] 8". 
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Defence of the 'Considerations on requiring subscription 
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Defence of the currency of Mass.; by [J. B. Congdon]. 
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— Same. 2d ed. Boston, 1856. 8°. (B 1545) 
Defence of the 'Enquiry into the reasons of the conduct of 

Gr. Brit., etc.'. London, 1729. 8°. (B 668) 
Defence of the "Examination of 'A brief account of many 
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— Besse, J. Remarks on the 'Defence'. London, 1738. 

8°. (0 286) 



Defence of the exposition of the middling interest. Bos- 
ton, 1822. 8°. (B 978) 

Defence of the Legislature of Mass. ; or. The rights of New 
England vindicated. Boston, 1804. 8°. (B 424, 1489) 

— Same. Defense, etc. (B 1199) 

Defence of the 'Letter from a gentleman at Halifax to his 

friend in R. I.' Newport, 1765. 8°. (B 652, 1117) 
Defence of the measures of the present administration. 

Loudon, 1731. 8°. (B 688) 
Defence of the most essential articles of Christian belief, 

against atheists and infidels, particularly C-U-ns and 

Tindal. London. 1733. 8°. (E154) 
Defence of the national administration, in an address to 

the people of New Hampshire; by Cato [E. Web- 

stcrt. Concord, 1828. 8°. (B 1494) 
Defence of the people ; or. Confutation of [the Earl of 

Egmont'sJ 'Faction detected'. 2d ed. London, 1744. 

8°. (B760) 
Defence of the Protestant religion against Popery; answer 

to a Roman Catholic. 7i.p.. 1672. 4°. (B 1396) 
Defence of the resolutions and address of the American 

Congress; reply to [8. Johnson's] 'Taxation no 

tyranny'. London. 1775. 8°. (B 632) 
Defence of 'The rights of the Christian Church' against a 

late visitation sermon by W. Wotton; [by M. Tin- 
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Defence or the Rockingham party in their late coalition 

with Ld. North. London, 1783. 8°. (B 752) 
Defence of truth and character against ecclesiasticar intol- 
erance ; letters [on] the proceedings of the Hopkin- 

ton Assoc, and of the New Hampshire Gen. Assoc. 

Concord, 1812. 8°. (B 514) 
JSfS= For many other 'Defences' see the name of the 
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Col. Jack. — True relation of the apparition of one Mrs. 
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life, etc.. of Mrs. Christian Davies. 9. History of the 
plague in London, 1665. — Consolidator. 10. Political 
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System of magic. 13. History and reality of appari- 
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structor. 17, 18. Complete English tradesman. 19. 
Life and adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell. — Dumb 
philosopher. — Everybody's business Is nobody's busi- 
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DeFoe's works. — Appeal to honour and justice. — 
Seasonable warning and caution against insinuations of 
Papists, etc.,- in favour of the Pretender. — Reasons 
against the succession of the House of Hanover, etc. — 
What if the Pretender should come? — Answer to a 
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— Novels. Edin., 1810. 12 v. (v. 6 w.). 12". 

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Wanting. 7. Colonel Jack. 8,9. Captain Singleton. 
10, 11. Voyage round the world. 12. History of the 
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— Daniel Defoe ; his life and recently discovered 

writings, 1716-1729 ; by Wm. Lee. Lon- 
don, 1869. 3 V. 8". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Life of Daniel Defoe. 2, 3. 
Writings from Mercurius politicus. Mist's journal. The 
Whitehall evening post, The daily post, Applebee's 
journal, The universal spectator, Fog's journal. 



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resp. to the Spanish monarchy; What measures the 
English ought to take. — Two great questions farther 
considered. — A new test of the Ch. of England's loy- 
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— More reformation ; a satyr upon himself. Lon- 

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— Original power of the people of England examined 

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— Same. 3d ed. London. n.</. 8". (B751) 

— Relation of the apparition of Mrs. Veal to Mrs. Bar- 

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— Religious courtship. Glasgow, 1797. 12". 

— Keview of the state of the British nation. Vol. 

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— Tour thro' Great Britain divided into circuits. 

5th ed. with add. to 1753, [by S. Richard- 
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— .Same. To 1761. London, 1762. 4 v. 121 

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Geology of the western part of the Palatinate. — Brong- 
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Tui' "ef Xeppovq(To>. — IIpo; Trjv eTrtoroAiji' Trjv ♦tAiVjrou. — 

E7rt(7ToATj. — Ilepi avurd^cu}^. — Ilept riov {rvfj.fj.opitav. — 
Ynep T^s 'PoSCtau eAevflepias. — 'Ynip MeyaAoTToAiVwi'. ^ 
llepl Ttav TTpo^ \\.\t^av&pov- — 'Yirep KTTjtTKJtuiVTO^ nepl Tou 
aT€<j>dvov. — Ilepi ri^s napanpecrPeia^. 2. Ilpbs AtTTTiViji'. 

— Kara Mctfii'ou. — Kara 'Ai/SpoTt'wi'O?. — Kara *Api(TTO- 
<cpaT0V9. — Kara Ti;iioKpaTOVs. — Kara ' ApicrToyeCrovot ■ — 
Kara 'A(/)d;3ou. — Upo; 'A(j>ofiov, — Ilpof 'OvriTopa. — Ilpot 
Zr)v66tni.v. — Ilpb? 'AnaTOvpiov. — Ilpbf ^op/ai'toi/a. — Ilpbt 

AoKpLTov 'Ynep <PoppLL<avos. — Ilpbs HavTaCvtrov Ilpbs 

HaVKrCfJ-a^^oV' — Ilpb? Boiiurbv jrept toO opoixaTO^^ — Ilpb? 
BouoTOV 7r«pl jrpoiicbs jOujTpulas. 3. Ilpbs ^rrovSiav. — 
Ilpbs "taiViTrTTOC. — IIpos MoKapxaTOi'. — Ilpbs Ac(o;(apr). — 
Kara 2,Te<j)dvov. — Kara Eue'pyou Kot M>'r)(ri/3ouAou. — Kara 
'0\vTnoSuipov. — Ilpbs Tt/noSeou. — Ilpbs IIoAuxAca. — 
Ilepl ToO iTTe<t>a.vov T^s Tpiripapxia^. — Ilpbs KaAAin-ffou. — 
IIpos NiKOCTTpaTOu. — Kara Kuli'Oi'OS. — IIpos KaAAiKAe'a. 
Kara Aiovv(ToSmpov. — Ilpbs Ev^ovKCSjiv. — Kara ©eoicpi- 
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ed. A. F. Didot, 1857. 8". 
Contents. Praefatio. — Libanli praefatio. — Orationes. 

— Exordia. — Epistolse. — Fragmenta. — Reiskii 
indices. 

Note. The Latin version is tliat of "Wolf, cor- 
rected by Castellio and Vijmel. 

— Demosthenes ; with English commentary, by R. 

Whiston. Vol. 1. London, 1859. 8°. (Long. 
Biblioth. class.) 
Contents. Vol. 1. Preface. — Life of Demosthenes. 

— Chronol. table. — Ai^aviov vTroflecreis. — Olynthiacs. 

— Philippics. — De pace. — On Halonnesus. — On the 
Chersonese. Philippic ill., iv. — Answer to the letter of 
Philip. — On the regulation of the state. — The prophy- 
laea. — The Parthenon. — &pcech on the symmorioj. — 

— The trierarchy. — On the liberty of the llhodians. — 
Mausolus and the Mausoleum. — For the Megalopoli- 
tans. — On the treaty with Alexander. — On the crown. 

— Eng. Orations ; tr. by C. R. Kennedy. Lon- 

don, Bohn, 1852-56. 3 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Olynthiac and other public ora- 
tions. 2. On the crown and on the embassy. 3. 
Against the Law of Leptines, Midias, Androtion, and 
Aristocrates. 

— Orationes Philippicse; ed. F. Franke. Lipsise, 

1850. 8°. 

— Ausgewsehlte Reden ; erklaert von A. Wester- 

mann. 3e Aufl. Berlin, 1856. 8°. 
Contents. Olynthische Ileden. — le Rede gegen Phi- 
lippos. — Rede vom Friedon. — 2e Rede gegen Philippos. 

— Rede ilbcr die Angelegenheiten im Chersonosos. — 3e 
Rede gegen Philippos. 

— Lot. Intorpetatio Olynthiacarum orat. ; Orat.PhilippicaB 

primae; Orationis primoe contra Aristogitonem; 
Orationis de corona; duorum locorum orationis de 
falsa legatioiie : loci ex oratione contra Timocratem. 
(In Melanchthon, P. Opera, v. 17. 1851.) 

— Oratio de corona ; ex rec. I. Bekkeri, expl. L. 

Dissenius. Gottingaj, 1837. 8". 

— Oration on the crown ; tr. with notes and the 

Greek text, by Henry, Lord Brougham. Lon- 
don, 1840. 8°. 

— Oratio in Aristocratem ; ed. comment, instrux. 

E. G. AVeber. Jenaj. 1845. 8°. 

— let Olynthiac. (/« Fielding, H. Works, v. 14. 1816: 

a7id v. 8. 1821.) 



— Oration for the independence of Rhodes. — Oration on 

the affairs of the Chersonese. {In Brougham, H . 
Sketches of public characters, v. 2. 1839.) 

— Translation of select speeches ; with notes by C. 

R.Kennedy. Camb., 1841. 12". 
Contents. Demosthenes against Aphobus. — Aphobus 
against Phanus. — Demosthenes against Onetor. 

— and .^schines. Opera, [Gr. et Lat.] ; cum 

utriusque vita et Ulpiani com., notis ill. per 
H. Wolfium. Aurel. Allob., 1607. f. 

French. CEuvres complettes ; tr. avec des 

notes, etc., par. Auger. Paris, 1777. 5 v. 8". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Des preliminaires. — Plan general 
de tout I'ouvrage. — Preface. — Precis hist, pour IMntel- 
ligence des harangues d'Eschine et de Demosth6ne. — 
Noms des tribus et bourgs d'Athenes. — Dictionnaire ge- 
ographique. — Reflexions prelim. — Les Philippiques. — 
Sur le gouvernement de la republiqne. — Sur los classes 
des armateurs. — Pour les Megalopolitains. — Pour les 
Rhodiens. — Sur le traite d'Alex. — Exordes. — Re- 
marques sur les harangues. 2. Reflexions prelim, sur 
les plaidoyers publics de Deraosthene et d'Eschine. — 
Sur la fausse ambassade. — Sur la couronne. 3. Ha- 
rangue de Dinarque contre D. — Lettres de D. — Lettres 
d'Eschine. — Harangue d'Eschine contre Timarque. — 
Annot. in textura Demosthenicum. — Table des prelim. 

— Discours prelim. — Jugements sur Dem.. Eschine, et 
Ciceron. — Traite de la jurisdiction et des loix d'Athines. 
4. Harangue contre la loi de Leptine. — Contre Midias. 

— Contre Conon. — Contre Aristocr,-vte. — Contre Timo- 
crate. — Contre Androtien. — Contre Aristogiton. — 
Contre Polycles. — Sur la couronne navale. — Contre 
Timothee. — Pour Phormion. —Contre le temoin Etienne. 

— Contre Callipe. — Contre Neera. 5. Reflexions 
prelim, sur les plaidoyers particuliers de Dem. — Contre 
Aphobus. — Contre Onetor. — Contre Nausimaque et 
Xenopithe. — Contre Olympiodore. — Contre Leochares. 

— Contre Macartatus. — Contre Beotus au sujet du nom. 

— Contre Beotus sur la dot maternelle. — Contre Spu- 
dias. — Contre Apaturius. — Contre Zenothemis. — 
Contre Phormion. — Contre Lacritus. — Contre Dionys- 
odore. — Contre Pantenete. — Contre Phenippe. — Con- 
tre Evergus et Mnesibule. — Contre Callicles. — Contre 
Eubulide. — Contre Theocrine. — Annotationes in tex- 
tum Demosthenicum. — Table generale des matieres. 

— Eng. Orations ; tr. with notes by T. Leland. 

(Vol. 1, 2d ed.) Lond., 1770, 73, 70. 3 v. 8° 
Contents. Vol. 1. First oration against Philip. — 
Olynthiacs. — Oration on the peace. — 7th Philippic, 
commonly called the 2d. — On the state of the Cherso- 
nesus. — 10th Philippic, commonly called the 3d. — 11th 
Philippic, commonly called 4th. — Letter to the Athe- 
nians, and or.ation on the letter. 2. Oration, on the 
classes. — For the Megalopolitans. — For the liberty 
of the Rhodians. — On the regulation of the state. 

— On the Halonesus ; the first of the suspected orations. 

— On the treaty with Alexander; the second suspected 
oration. — Of Dinarchus against Demosthenes. — Ap- 
pendix to the notes on the Philippic orations. 3. Ora- 
tion of ^schines against Ctesiphon. — Demosthenes on 
the crown. 

Same. 3ded. London, 1777. 3 v. 8". 

— Orations of Demosthenes and Aeschines on the 

crown ; ed. A. Negris. Boston, 1839. 12° 

— Fragm. (In Bergk. Poet. lyr. Gr. 1853.) 

— BOECKFi, A. Von den ZeitverhUltnissen der Demos- 

thenischen Rede gegen Meidias. (M Berlin. Ak. d. 
Wiss. Abh., 1818-19.) 

— Brougham, H. L. (In his Contributions, v. 1. 1856.) 

— DuRTNALL, D. A. De eloquentia Demosthenis ; 

necn. de var. ed. ejus orat. Florent., 1833. 8°. 

— Felton. C. C. (In his Greece, v. 2. 1867.) 

— KiRCllOFF, J. W. A. Ueber die Rede 'vom trierarch. 

Kranze'. (In Berlin. Alt. d. Wisa. Abh., 1865.) 

— Plutarchhs. (In his Vitoe.) 

— Reiske, J. J. (In his Orat. Gr., v. 1-2. 9-12. 1770-75.) 

— ScH^FER, A. Demosthenes und seine Zeit. 

Leipzig, 1856-58. 3 v. 8°. 

— ScHiEFER, G, F. Apparatus criticus et exeg. 

V. Obsopoei, H. Wolfii, J. Taylori, et J. J. 
Reiskii annot. tenens. Lipsirc, 1824-33. 6 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Praefationes ad Demosthenem. — 
Reiskii praef. ad annot. — Reudigeri diss, de canone 
Philippiearum. — Rauchenstenii diss, de orationum 
ordine. — Annotationes ad epistolam Libanii. — Ad 
orat. Olynth. — Philipp. — De pace. — Weiskii diss, 
super orat. de Haloncso. — Aunot. ad orat. de Haloncso. 



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— De rehwa Cbereonwi. — Philipp m. — Philipp it. 

— Adv. Phil, cpist. — Epist. Philippi. — De cootribu- 
tioDe. — Amcrsfoordtii introd. ad orat. de symmoriiB. — 
AnuoU ad orat. de eyniniorii*. — De Rhodior. Ubert. — 
Pro Megalopolit. — l>e fedcre cum Alexandre. 2. 
Taylori pneuiUo ad orat. pro corona. — Annot. ad orat. 
pro corona. — Taylori prxfatio ad orat. de male gesta 
legatione. — Anuot. ad orat. de male geetta legat. 3. 
Taylori prsef. ad orat. adv. Lcptiuem. — Wollii pro- 
legomena in oraL Leptineam. — Annot. ad orat. adv. 
Leplinera. — Contra Midiam. — Contra Androuonem. 
4. Taylori prcfatio ad orat. contra Arietocratem. — 
Annot. ad orat. contra Aristocratem. — Contra Timo- 
cratem. — Contra Aristogitonem. — Contra Apbobum. 

— Contra Onetorem. — Contra Zenothemin. — Contra 
Apaturium. — Contra Phormionem. — Contra Sacri- 
tum. — l^ro Phormione. — Contra Pant«netum. — Con- 
tra Xausim. et Xenopithem. 5. Annot. ad or. contra 
Bceotum. — Contra t;pudjani. — Contra Phsenippum. — 
Contra Hacartatum. — Contra Leocharem. — Contra 
Stepbanuro. — Contra Eut-rg. et Moie^ib. — Contra 
Olympiodorum. — Contra Tiniolbeum. — Contra Poly- 
clem. — Pro corona trierarcb. — Contra Callippum. — 
Contra Xico«tratum . — Contra Couonem. — Contra Calli- 
clem. — Contra Dionysodorum. — Contra Eubuliden. — 
Contra Theocrinem. — Contra Xejeram. — Ad orat. 
Amebrem. — Ad orat. amatoriam. — Ad prooemia. — 
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— Rudimentary treatise on the drainage of towns 

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— Voyage en Afriqne. {In Montimont, A. Bibl. oniv. 

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Denham, H. M, Directions for navigating the sea- 
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— Cooper's Hill. — On the Earl of Straflbtd's trial and 

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Denham, Joseph. Sermon to the Soc. for Reformation of 
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Denison, Edmund Beckett. Clock and watch mak- 
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Denison, Edward, Bp. of Salisbury. Brotherly love and 
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— Obedience to the law of God the end of education ; 

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— Sermon in Cathedral Ch. of St. Paul. June 1, 1843. 

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Denison, George Anthony. Analysis of ' Essays and 

reviews'. Loudon, 1861. 12°. 
Denison, W. Beckett. Model lodging-houses, (/n Talbot, 

■ O.is., Vine. Ingestre. Meliora, ser. 1. 1852.) 
Denison, Sir Wm. Abstract of evidence on the 

poor law amendment act. London, 1837. 8°. 

— Bearing of our social system on questions connected 

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Denison, "Wm. Thomas. Experiments on different kinds of 
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— Notes on concrete. — Descript. of Taylor's method for 

underpinning with concrete the storehouses in 
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— Notes on concrete. {In v. 2.) — Detailed descrip- 
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{In V. 3.) — Weight-bridge in Woolwich dock-yard. 

— Single coffer dam ai Woolwich. — Notes on in- 
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Chapel of roy. artillery barracks, Woolwich. {In 
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Denman, George. Address on jurisprudence and amend- 
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Denman, James L. The vine and its fruit, more 
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Denman, Thomas. Aphorisms on the use of the for- 
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— Introduction to the practice of midwifery. 6th 

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— Same. Ed. by J. W. Francis. N. Y., 1821. 8°. 
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— St. John, J. A. (In his Lives of eel. trav., v. 3. 1847.) 
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Denton, Eliz. M. F. See Denton, Fro/. W., and E. M. F. 
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— Servia and the Servians. London, 1862. 8°. 
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— anrf Eliz.M.F. Soulof things; or, Psychometric 

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Denton, Eng. Booker, J. History of the chapel 
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Denys de Montfort, P. Histoire naturelle des mol- 
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D6p6ret, Gabriel. Recherches philosophiques sur le Ian- 
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— Histoire du commerce entre le Levant et I'Eu- 

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— Sur la litteraturc, la mythologie. les mocurs des 

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— Enff. Wonders of bodily strength and skill ; 

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— TuEOPHiLus. pneud.. and Eugenio, /.!«<-?/'/. Letters 

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1865. 16°. ((Euvres, v. 2.) 
De Puy, Henry W. • Ethan Allen and Green 
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De Quetteville, Philip W. The pardon of Guin- 

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nation of London. — Dublin. — First rebellion in Ire- 
land. — French invasion of Ireland, and second rebel- 
lion. — Travelling, etc. 

Kote. "With half-title. 'Selections grave and gay'. 

— Sawe. Vol. 2. Edin., 1854. 16°. 

Contents. Laxton. — The priory. — Early memorials 
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— Biographical essays. Boston, 1851. 16°. 

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— The Caesars. Boston, 1851. 16°. 

— China; articles from 'Titan' ; with add. Edin., 

1857. 8°. 

— Confessions of an English opium-eater. Phila., 

1823. 18°. 
Note. From Blackwood's magazine, v. 57-58. 1845. 

— Confessions of an English opium-eater, and 

Suspiria de profundis. Boston, 1851. 16°. 

— Essays on philosophical writers and other men 

of letters. Boston, 1854. 2 v. 16°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Sir William Hamilton. — Sir 
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— Herder. — John P. F. Richter. — Analects from Rich- 
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— Essavs on the poets, and other English writers. 

Bo"ston, 1853. 16°. 
Contents. The poetry of Wordsworth. — Shelley. — 
Keats. — Goldsmith. — Pope. — Godwin. — Foster. — 
Hazlitt. — Landor. 

— Historical and critical essays. Boston, 1853. 

2 V. 16°. 
CoiiUnts. Vol.1. Philosophy of Roman history. — 
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— Klosterheim ; vrith a biog. pref. by R. S. Mack- 

enzie. Boston, 1855. 16". 

— Letters to a young man, and other papers. 

Boston, 1854. 16". 
ConUnit. Letters to a young roan. — Theory of 
Greek tragedy. — Conversation. — Language. — French 
and English manners. — California and the gold mania. 

— Ceylon. — Presence of niiud. 

— Life and manners. Boston, 1851. 16°. 

Contentt. Early days. — London. — Ireland. — The 
Irish rebellion. — Premature manhood. — Tra%'elUng. — 
My brother. — Oxford. — German literature. 

— Literary reminiscences. Boston, 1851, 2 v. 16°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Literary novitiate. — Sir H. Davy, 
Mr. Godwin. Mrs. Grant. — Recollections of Charles 
Lamb. — Walladmor. — Coleridge. — Wordsworth. 
2. Wordsworth and Southey. — Southey, Wordsworth, 
and Coleridge. — Recollections of Grasmere. — The 
Saracen's Head. — Society of the lakes. — Charles 
Loyd. — Walking Stewart, Edward Irving, Words- 
worth. — Talfourd, The London magazine, Junius, 
Clare. Cunningham. — Libellous attack by a London 
journal; [on] duelling. 

Sotf. The articles on Wordsworth and Southey are 
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— Logic of political economy. Edin., 1844, 8°. 

— Same. And other papers, Boston, 1859, 16°. 
Content*. Logic of political economy. — Life of Mil- 
ton. — The Suliotes. — The fatal marksman. — The in- 
cognito. — The dice. — The king of Hayti. 

— Memorial.s, and other papers. Boston, 1851. 

2 V, 16°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Explanatory notices. — The 
orphan heiress. — Oxford. — The Pagan oracles. — 
Revolution of Greece. 2. Klosterheim. — The 
Sphinx's riddle. — The templars' dialogues. 

— Miscellaneous essays. Boston, 1851. 16°. 

Content*. On the knocking at the gate, in Macbeth. — 
Murder considered as one of the fine arts. — Second 
paper on murder. — .Joan of Arc. — The English mail- 
coiich. — The vision of sudden death. — Dinner, real 
and reputed. 

— Narrative and miscellaneous papers. Boston, 

1853. 2 V, 16°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. The household wreck. — The 
Spanish nun. — Flight of a Tartar tribe. 2. System of 
the heavens a« revealed by Lord Rosse's telescopes. — 
Modern superstition. — Coleridge and opium-eating. — 
Temperance movement. — On war. — The last days of 
Immanuel Kant. 

— Note-book of an English opium-eater. Bos- 

ton, 1855, 16°. 
Contents. Three memorable murders. — True rela- 
tions of the Bible to merely human science. — Literary 
history of the eighteenth century. — The Antigone of 
Sophocles. — The Marquess Wellesley. — Milton vs. 
Southey and Landor. — Falsification of English history. 

— A peripatetic philosopher. — On suicide. — Superfi- 
cial knowledge. — English dictionaries. — Dryden's 
hexastich. — Pope's retort upon Addison. 

— Theological essavs and other papers. Boston, 

1854, 2 V. 16°." 

Contents. Vol. 1. Christianity as an organ of politi- 
cal movement. — Protestantism. — On the supposed 
Scriptural expression for eternity. — Judas Iseariot. — 
On Hume's argument against miracles. — Casuistry. — 
Greece nnder the Romans. 2. Secession from the 
Church of Scotland. — Toilette of the Hebrew lady. — 
Milton. — Charlemagne. — Modern Greece. — Lord 
Carlisle on Pope. 

— Walladmor. London, 1825. 2 v, 8°, 

3V#. The German original from which this is "freely 
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— Letter to W, H. Seward, as to the relations of 

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— Two months abroad ; or, A trip to England, 

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Derby, George, M.D. Inquiry into the influence 
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— Same. 2d ed. enl. Boston, 1868. 12". 

— The lessons of the war to the medical profession. (In 

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Derby, George H. (pseud. John Phoenix). Phoenix- 
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Derby, John Barton. Political reminiscences, incl. a sketch 

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Derby ministry, The ; a series of cabinet pictures, 
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Derbyshire. Bk.\t, W. Tour into Derbjshire, 
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Derbyshire General Infirmary, Sylvester, C, 
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Derch6, M.iurice. Memoire pour les navires americains "Le 
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Derelict property. Usited States. District Court /or 
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Derenbourg, J. Essai sur I'histoire et la geogra- 
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Contents. Vol. 1. Histoire: Cyrus - Adrien. 

Derenbarg. Map. Riese, G. H. Mappa. correctior red. a 
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Derenzy, George Webb. Enchiridion ; a hand for the one- 
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Derham, Wm. Astro-theology; a demonstration 
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— Miscellanea curiosa. London, 1707. 3 v. 8°. 
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Sermon at the Tower of London. — 27 lectures upon the 

Epistle to the Ilebrues. — Certaine godly letters. — A 

briefe eatechisme. — Godly private prayers. — Certaine 

godly speeches uttered before death. 

Derivation of English liberty. Haverhill, 1833. 8°. (B 1094) 

Derley, J. A cup of tea. Ste Nuitter, C, and Derley, J. 

Dermer, Thomas. Letter descr. his passage from Maine to 

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Dermot Mac Morrogli ; or. The conquest of Ireland ; in 4 

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Dermot O'Brien, a tale ; by II. W. Herbert. New 

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1826. Boston. 1826. 8". (B 958, 1830) 
Discourse : dedication of the Ch. of the Messiah. New 

York, 1839. S«. (B 1307, 1878} 

Discourse on miracles. Dudleian lecture. May 14. 

' Camb.. 1836. 8" (B 1878) 
Discourse on slavery and the annexation of Texas. 

Xew York. 1844. 8". (B 1476) 
Discourses and discussions in explanation and 

defence of Unitarianism. Boston. 1840. 12". 

— Letter on devotion at church. Bost.. 1827. VP. (0 241) 



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— Letters on revivals of religion. Bost., 1828. 18". 

— The old world and the new. New York, 

1836. 2 V. 12". 

— ratriotiKm: scnnon. fast day. Bost., 1859. 8". (B 1260) 

— Preaching of our Saviour; sermon, ordination of J. 

Angier. New Bedford. 1835. 8°. (B 1126) 

— Primitive Christian creed. {In Walker, J. P. New 

discussion of the trinity. 1860.) 

— Problem of human destiny; [Lowell lectures]. 

New York, 1864. 8". 

— Religious phraseology. 2d ed. Boston, ^.?';^.. 1826. 

12°. (C 168, V. 1.) 

— Remarks on the Scriptures, and on belief and unbelief. 

Boston, A.l'.A., 1839. 8°. (C 199) 

— Sermon, late fire in New York. New York, 1836. 12°. 

(C207) 

— Sermon, moral uses of the pestilence, Aug. 9. New 

Bedford. 1832. 8°. (B 1649) 

— Sermon on fast day at Boston. Bost.. 1861. 8°. (B 1593) 

— Sermon, religious anxiety. (/n Liberal pre.icher. 

V. 1. 1828.) — Sermon, sectarianism. {In v. 2. 1828.) 

— Two discourses [on] original use of the epistles of the 

New Test. Boston. 1827. 12°. (C 207) 

— The Unitarian's answer. 3d ed. Boston, 1826. 12°. 

(C 241) 

— Same. 4th ed. No. 7. Boston. A. U. A., 1826. 12°. 

(C 168, V. 1.) 

— On the Unitarian belief. From the Christian examiner. 

New York. 1835. 8°. (B 1878) 

— Why I am a Unitarian. {hi Pitts-Street Chapel 

lectures, 1858.) 
Dewey, Sherman. Account of a bail storm [in] Lebanon. 

Bozrah, and Franklin, July 15. Walpole, 1799. 8°. 

{B664) 
Dewhnrst, Henry Wm. Lecture introd. to the study of 

pathology and morbid anatomy. London. 1831. 12°. 

(D38) 

— Letter to R, Peel on defects in the present system of 

medical education. London. 1828. 8°. (B 1552) 
- — Observations on the probable causes of rabies or mad- 
ness in the dog. London. 1831. 12°. (D 38) 

Dewint, Peter. Vicinity of the Rhone. London, 
1825. 4°. 

De Witt, Alexander. Speech on the tariff, Feb. 12, 1857. 
Wash.. 1857. 8°. (B1514) 

De Witt, Benj , ,)/./.'. Oration. {In Tammany Society. 
Account of the interment of victims of British prison 
ships. 1808.) 

— Introductory lecture on natural philosophy. New 

York, 1818. 8°. (B 449) 
De Witt, Francis. Statistical infomiation on 
branches of industry in Massachusetts, 1855. 
Boston, 1856. 8". 
De Witt, J. See Witt, J. de. 

De Witt, Robert M. Acting plays. New Y^ork, 
[18—]. 12". 
Note. The division into volumes is arbitrary. 
Contents. Vol.1. No. 1. Robertson, T. W. Caste; an 
original cometlv'. 2. Phillips, W. Nobody's child ; 
drama. 3. Byron, H. J. £100.000; comedy. 4. 
Williams, T. J. Dandelion's dodges; farce. 5. By- 
ron, H. J. William Tell ! with a vengeance; burlesque. 
6. Dale, F. Six months ago; comedietta. 7. Phil- 
lips, W. Maud's peril ; drama. 8. Taylor, T. Henry 
Dunbar; drama. 9. Selby, C. A fearful tragedy in 
the Seven Dials; farcical interlude. 10. Buckstbne, 
J. B. The snapping turtles; or, Matrimonial masquer- 
ading; duologue. 11. Morton, J. M. Woodcock's 
little game; comedy-farce. 12. Coyne, J. S. A 
widow hunt; comedy. 13. Hugo, V. RuyBlas; ro- 
mantic drama. 14. Dickens, C, and Collins, W. No 
thoroughfare; drama. 15. Craven, H. T. Milky 
white; drama. 2. 16. Byron, H. J. Bearer than 
life ; serio-comic drama. 17. Brough, W. Kind to 
a fault; original comedy. 18. Morton, J. M. If I 
had a thousand a year! farce. 19, Dale, F. He's a 
lunatic; farce. 20. Halliday, A. Daddy Gray ; serio- 
comic drama. 21. Robertson, T. W. Play; comedy. 

22. Robertson, T. W. David Garrick; comedy. 

23. Lemon, M. The petticoat parliament; extrava- 
ganza. 24. Williams, T. J. Cabman no. 93; farce. 
25. Coyne, J. S. 'I"he broken-hearted club : comedi- 
etta. 26. Robertson, T. W. Society: comedv. 27. 
Leslie, H. Time and tide: drama. 28. Smiti, S. T. 
A happy pair; comedietta. 29. Poole, J. 'J'urn- 
ingthe tables; farce. 30. Mayhew, A., a?/d Edwards, 
8. The goose with the golden eggs ; farce. 3. 31. 
Taming a tigrr. farce; from the French. 32. Coj'ne, 
J. 8. The little rebel ; farce. 33. Williams, T. J. One 



too many for him ; farce. 34. Williams, T. J. Larkin's 
love letters; farce. 35. Lacy, T. 11. A silent woman; 
farce. 36. Simpson, J. P., «jk? Yates, K. Black sheep; 
drama. 37. Williams, T. J. A silent protector; farce. 
38. Lytton, y,o»t/. The rightful heir; drama. 39. Mor- 
ton, J. M. Master Jones' birthday ; farce. 40. Morton, 
J.M.Atchi ! comedietta. 41. Hay, F. Beautiful forever; 
farce. 42. Simpson, J. 1*.. and Dale, F. Time and 
the hour ; drama. 43. Wooler, J. P. Sisterly service; 
comedietta. 44. Byron, H.J. War to the knife. 45. 
Hay, F. Our domestics ; comedy-farce. 4. 46. Craven, 
H.T. Miriam's crime; drama. 47. Bumand, F. C.,a7irf 
Williams, M. Easy shaving; farce. 48. Suter, W . 

E. Little Annie's birthday; farce. 49. Morton, J. M. 
The midnight watch ; original drama. 50. Oxenford, 
J. The porter's knot; serio-comic drama. 51. Wigan, 
A. A model of a wife; farce. 52. Nuitter, C, and 
Derley, J. A cup of tea; comedietta. 53. Lemon, H., 
Gertrude's moneybox; farce. 54. Robertson, T. W. 
The young collegian ; farce. 55. Suter, W. D. Cath- 
erine Howard ; historical i)lay. 56. Robertson, T. W. 
Two gay deceivers ; farce. 57. Robertson, T. W. 
Noemie; drama. 58. Cheltnam, C. 8. Deborah; 
drama. 59. Craven, H. T. The post boy: original 
drama. 60. Taylor, T. The hidden hand; drama. 
5. 61. Taylor, T. Plot and passion ; drama. 62. 
Hay, F. A photographic fix; farce. 63. Wooler, J. P. 
Marriage at any price ; original farce. 64. Talfourd, 

F. A household fairy ; domestic sketch. 65. Halliday, 
A. Check-mate ; comedy. 66. Leslie, II., «?/(/ Rowe, 
N. The orange girl; drama. 67. HoUingshead, 
J. The birthplace of Podgers; farce. 68. Robertson, 
T.W. The chevalier de St. George: drama. 69. Hay, 
F. Caught by the cuff; farce. 70. Selby, C. The 
bonnie fishwife; farce. 71. Lacy, M. K. Doing for 
the best; drama. 72. Hay, F. A lame excuse; farce. 
73. Plullips,W. A golden fetter; drama. 74. Flanche, 
J.R. The Garrick fever; farce. 75. Leslie, 11. Adri- 
enne; drama. 6. 76. Hay, F. The chops of the 
channel; farce. 77. Wilks, T. E. The roll of the 
drum ; drama. 78. Harrison, W. Special perform- 
ances; farce. 79. Taylor, T. A sheep in wolf's 
clothing; drama. 80. Williams, T. J. A charming 
pair; farce. 81. Trough ton, A. C. Vandyke Brown; 
farce. 82. Falconer, K. Peep o' day; drama. 83. 
Paul, II. Thrice married; personation piece. 84. 
Phillips, W. Not guilty ; drama. 85. Addison, H. K. 
Locked in with a lady. 86. Lytton, E. B. (Fechter 
version). Lady of Lyons; play. 87. Paul, H. Locked 
out; comic scene. 88. Wooler, J. 1'. Founded ou 
facts; farce. 89. Morton, J. M. Aunt Charlotte's 
maid; farce. 90. Oxenford, J. Only a half-penny; 
farce. 7. 91. Lytton, E. B. Walpole; or, Every 
man has his price; comedy. 92. Rodwell, G.H. My 
wife's out ; farce. 93. Brough, W.. (o/^/ Halliday, A. 
The area belle ; farce. 94. Coyne, J. S. Our clerks; 
farce. 95. Brough, W. .«;/(? Halliday, A. The pretty 
horsebreaker; farce. 96. Gordon, W. Dearest mamma; 
comedietta. 97. Wooler, J. 1'. Orange blossoms; co- 
medietta. 98. Williams, T. Who is who ; a farce. 
99. The fifth wheel; comedy. 100. Johnstone, J. B. 
Jack Long; drama. 101. Sardou, V. Fernanda; or, 
Forgive and forget; drama. 102. Cornish, O. W. 
Foiled; drama. 103. Carre, M. Faust and Margue- 
rite ; drama ; tr. by T. W. Robertson. 104. Collins, W. 
No name ; drama. 105. Morton, J. M. Which of the 
two; comedietta. 8. 106. Lemon, H. Up for the" 
cattle show; farce. 107. Hay. F. Cupboard love; 
farce. 108. Hancock, W. Mr. Scroggins; farce. 
109. Wooler, J. 1'. Locked in ; comedietta. 110. Rae, 
C. M. I'oppleton's predicaments ; farce. 111. Foote, 
S. The liar ; comedy. 112. Robertson, T. W. Not 
abit jealous. 113. Byron, H.J. Cyril's success; com- 
edy. 114. Brooks, 8. Anything for a change; comedy. 
115. Taylor, 1".. «»(/ Dubourg, A. New men and old 
acres; comedy. 116. Maltby, C. A. I'm not mesilf 
at all. 117. Byron, H J. Not such a fool as he looks; 
drama. 118. Suter, W. E. Wanted, a young lady ; 
farce. 119. Belot, A. A life chase; drama. 120. 
Picton, 1'. A tempest in a tea-pot ; comedy. 9. 121. 
Brough, W. A comical countess; farce. 122. Mosen- 
thal, 8. II. Isabella Orsini; drama; tr. by H. L. Wil- 
liams. 123. Courtnay, J. The two Polls ; farce. 12^. 
Williams, T. J. The volunteer review; or, The little 
man in green; farce. 125. Burnand, F. C. Deerfoot; 
farce. 126. Oxenford, J. Twite killed; farce. 127. 
Selby, 0. Peggy Green ; farce. 128. Hazlewood, H. The 
female detective; drama. 129. Burnand, F. (;. In 
for a holiday; farce. 130. Dennery and Clairville. 
My wife's diary ; farce. 131. Lemon, H. Go to I'ut- 
ney; farce. 132. Rodwell, J. F. G. A race for a dinner; 
farce. 133. Byron,Il.J. 'J'imothy to the rescue; farce. 
134. Lockroy «nt/ Michel, M. Tomkins tlie troubadour; 



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farce. 135. Coyne, J. S. Everybody's friend ; comedy. 
10. 136. Coyne, J. S. The woman in red; drama. 137. 
Belot, A. L'arlicle 47 ; or. Breaking the ban ; drama ; tr. 
by H. L. Williams. 138. Bamand, F. C. Poll and 
partner Joe; burlesque. 139. Mortimer, J. Joy is 
dangerous, comedy. 140. Reeve, W. Never reckon 
your chickens, elc. ; farce. 141. Erckmann-Chatriaa. 
The bells; or. The Polish Jew; drama, tr. by U. L. 
Wiliams. 142. HoUenins, L. J. Dollars and cents; 
comedy. 143. Xot imhlUhed. 144. Byron, U. J. Lan- 
cashire lass, domestic melo-drama. 145-150. A'bf pub. 
151, Picton, T. A hard case ; farce. 
De Witt, Samuel. Description of a dumb-stove, (/n Soc. 

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De Witt, Simeon. Misnomer of some of the forest trees of 
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Prom. Usef. Arts in N. Y. Trans., v. 4. pt. 1.) — 
Kst.ib. of a meridian line on the square. Albany. — 
Military perspective. — Beds and bedsteads. — Ex- 
traordinary cold. Feb. 1818. (/« v. 4, pt. 2.) 

— Beck. T. R. Eulogium on S. De Witt. Albany, 1835. 

8°. (B 1138,. 1213) 

De Witt, Thomas. New Netherlands. {In New York 
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DeWitt, Wm. R. The love of Christ, etc.; sermon, Nor- 
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De Wolt Orrin. Trial for the murder of W. Stiles, incL 
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Dewsbtiry, Rer. Wm. Sermon, London, 1688. Haverhill. 
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Dezicrates. Fragm. (/n Meineke, A. Fr. com. Gr., v. 4. 
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Sophistre Panegfyricus, Gr. et Lat., Prisciani 
Pauegvricus, cum aonot. H. Valesii, Labbei, 
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— Blisters in diseases of the articulations. {In Mass. 

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Dexter, Franklin. ?. Letter to S. A. Eliot in reply to his 

apologv for voting for the fugitive slave bill; by 
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— Oration. Boston, July 4. Boston, 1319. 8*. (B 558) 
Dexter, Franklin B. Communication on a Harvard College 

monitor's bill. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1867-69.) 
Dexter, George T. Spiritualism. See Edmonds, J. W. 
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Pil<^rim3 the polity of the New Testament. 

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— C3ngregationalism, what it is, whence it is, 

etc. Boston, 1865. 8°. 

— Glance at the ecclesiastical councils of New 

England. Boston, 1867. 8". 

— Memoranda [of] Pilgrim historv, c^c. [Boston,] 

1870. 8°. 

— Our national condition audits remedy; sermon, June 

22. Boston, 1856. S". (B 1283) 

— The voice of the Bible the verdict of reason ; sermon, 

June 20. 27. Boston. 18.53. 3^. (B 1288) 
Dexter, Samuel, of Dedham. Call from the dead to the 
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— Letter on the retreat of house-swallows in winter, (/« 

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— Our father's God the hope of posterity ; thoughts on the 

foundation and progress of the settlements in N. 
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— .Sam". {In Bargess, E. Dedham pulpit, 1840,) 
Dexter, Samuel, of Jfen^lon, Funeral sertnon on D. 1810, 

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— Argument in the trial of T. O. Selfridge. {In Moore, 

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— Progress of science ; poem delivered at Harvard Col- 

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Dhanunapada, or -Path of virtue'. Buddha's; tr. from Pili 

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Dhawnnapadam, Das, die altcstc bud>lhi:iti.sche Sittenlehre; 

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— Latham, J. Facts and opinions on diabetes. 

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don, 1806. 8°. 

— Smith, W. A. Eneuresis and diabetes. Lon- 

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— Vexables, R. Practical treatise on diabetes. 

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— Watt, A. Cases of diabetes, consumption, etc. 

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Diable d'argent, Le; comedie-vaudeville. See Artois, — d', 

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Diables noirs, Les ; drame, .Si>e Sardoo, V. 
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— Holmes, O. W.. and other*. How far are the exter- 

nal means of exploring the internal organs useful, 
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Dial, The ; a magazine for literature, philosophy, 
and religion. Boston, 1840-44. 4 v. 8". 

Dial of the seasons. See Fisher, T. 

Dialects. See the names of the dialects or of the places 
where the dialects are spoken. 

Dialing. Palmer. J. Art of dialing. (In his Catholic 
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Diall of princes. See Guevara, A. de. 

Dialogue between a clnirchinan and a Methodistical Cal- 
vinist; by an Episcopal clergyman. New Haven, 
1810. 12°. (B 477, C 198, 272) 

Dialogue between a clergyman of the Ch. of Eng. and a lay- 
gentleman [on] the late application to Pari, for the 
repeal of certain penal laws against Anti-Trinita- 
rians. London, 1792. 8°. (B 240, 1916) 

Dialogue between a husband, wife, and two children, on the 
cause of natural evil. Hartford. 1807. 8°. (B 1355) 

Dialogue between a lieutenant of a man-of-war and a captain 
in the land service. London, [17 — ]. 8". (C 314) 

Dialogue between a sceptical physician and his Christian 
patient. Loudon, 1829. 12". (C 150) 

Dialogue between a southern delegate and his spouse, on 
his return from the grand Continental Congress. 
n.p.. 1774. 8°. (B 378) 
Avte. Attributed to T. Jefferson. 

Dialogue between J. Evans and P. Dobson, cone, 
bi.shops. London, 1744. 8°. 

Dialogue between Monmouthshire and Yorkshire about cut- 
ting religion according to fashion. London, 1681. f°. 
(A 54) 

Dialogue between Sir G. Cornwell and Mr. Flint. Boston, 
1769. 12°. (C 74) 

Dialogue between the ghost of Gen. Montgomery and an 
American delegate; [by T. Paine. Phila., | 1776. 8° 
(B 575) 

Dialogue between the Pope and a phanatick. Honest 
Hodge and Ralpli holding a discourse in answer to 
•Dialogue', etc. London, 1680. 4°. (B 12) 
— SOBEii discourse of the honest cavalier with the Popish 
couranter; wherein the author of the Dialogue vin- 
dicates himself. London, 1680. 4°. (B 12) 

Dialogue betAveen Timothy and Philatheus; [in 
answer to Tindal's] 'Rights of the Christian 
Church', with Seven tracts rel. to same sub- 
ject, by [W. Oldisworth]. London, 1709-11 
3 V. 8", 

Dialogue between two burgesses about chusing their next 
members of Parliament. London. 1681. f° (A 54) 

Dialogue between two gentlemen concerning late applications 
to I'arl. for relief in matter of subscription to thirty- 
nine articles .and liturgy. London. 1772. 8°. (B1400) 

Dialogue between two intimate friends on regeneration or 
the new birth. 7i.t.p. London, [18 — ]. 12°. (C 248) 

Dialoguebetweentwo Jesuits at Amsterdam, n.t.v. ri6 1 

r. (A 54) "■ ■■■ 

Dialogue between two seamen alter a storm, n.t.v Lon- 
don, [18—]. 12°. (C248) 

Dialogue in a steam-boat, n.t.p. [18—] . 12°. (0 246) 

Dialogue in the shades, between Wm. Caxton and 
AVm. Wynken. — Rare doings at Roxburghe 
Hall, a ballad. — Diary of Roger Payne. 
London, 1821. 8". 

Dialogue on priestcraft; by a lady. Newburyport, 1835. 18°. 

Dialogue on providence, etc.; [by Mrs. D. H. Cleveland]. 

(In Amer. Unit. Assoc. Tracts, v. 2. 1827.) 
Dialogue on the Christian sacraments, etc. Boston, 1762. 

8°. (C12) ' 

Dialogue on the subjects and modes of baptism. 2d ed. 

London, [184-:-'] 12°. (0 238) 
Dialogue upon the burning of the Pope in efBgie, Nov. 5, 

1681. London, 1682. f°. (A 54) 
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— Macgowan, J. Dialogues of devils. London, 

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Dialogues in Chinese, with a translation [by R. 
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— Same. New York, 1871. 8°. 

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Diaz, Mrs. Abby Morton. ITie Svilliam Henry let- 
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— Descriptive catalogue of books, printed in the 

loth century, lately belonging to the Duke 
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Sote. With index to this, to the 'Bibliotheca 
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— The director ; a weekly literarv journal. Lon- 

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— Introduction to Holbein's Bible cnts. {In Douce, F. 

Holbein's dance of death. 1858.) 

— Introduction to the knowledge of rare editions 

of the Greek and Latin classics. 2d ed. 
London, 1804. 8°. 



— Same. 3d ed. London, 1808. 2 v. 8". 

— Same. 4th ed. London, 1827. 2 v. 8". 

— Library companion; or, Young man's guide 

and old man's comfort in the choice of a li- 
brary. London, 1824. 2 v. 8°. 

— Reminiscences of a literary life. Lond., 1836. 8*. 

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Dicey, Edward. Cavour ; a memoir. Cambridge. 
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— Month in Russia. London, 1867. 8". 

— The morning land. London, 1870. 2 v. 8". 

— Rome in 1860. Cambridge, 1861. 12*. 

— Schleswig-Holstein war. Lond., 1864. 2 v. 8". 

— Six months in the federal states. London,' 

1863. 2 T. 8". 
Dicey, Thomas. Historical account of the Island 

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Dicha y desdicha del hombre; comedia. See Calderon de 

la Barca, P, 

Dichlamydacea. Don, G. General history of the 
dichlamydeous plants. London, 1831-37 
4 V. 4°. 
Dichter und Kanftnann ; von B. Auerbach. ( Vol. 12, 13 of 

his Gesara. Schriften. 1858.) ' 

Dichter und Page; Lustspiel von Topfer. Lon- 
don, [I860]. 8° 
Dichterleben. (/« Tieck, L. G^sam.Novellen, v. 2. 18.53.) 
Dick, Alexander. Di->c.a:s, A. Account of A. Dick. {In 

Roy. Soc. of Edin. Trans., v, 2. 1790.) 
Dick, James. See Menzies, A. Report to the trustees of 

the bequest of D. 1863. 
Dick, Samuel. McBriue, J. {In his Pioneer biog., v. 1.) 
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2 V. 81 
Contents. Vol. 1. Essay on the improvement of 
society. — Philosophy of a future state. — Philosophy 
of religion. — Christian philosopher, — Mental illumi- 
nation and moral improvement of mankind. 2. Sin 
and evils of covetousness, — Celestial scenery. — Side- 
rial heavens. — Practical astronomer. — Solar svstem ; 
with moral and religious reflections. — Atmosphere and 
atmospherical phenomena. 
Xote. Each work has a separate title page. 

— Celestial scenery. New York, n.</. 18". (Har- 

per's fam. lib., v. 83.) 

— Christian philosopher. Xew York, 1827. 12". 

— Improvement of society by the diffusion of tise- 

ful knowledge. Edin.,' 1833. 12°. 

— Same. X. York, n.d. 18°. (Harper's fam. lib., 

V. 59.) 

— PhUosophy of a future state. Brookfield, 

1829. 1-2°. 

— Philosophy of religion. Brookfield, 1830. 12°. 

— Sidereal heavens. N. York, M.rf. 18°. (Harper's 

fam. lib., v. 99.) 
Dickens, Charles John HufFam. "Works. Globe 
edition. lUustrated bv Darley and Gilbert. 
Xew York, 1869. 2 v. "l6° 
Contents. Vol, 1, The uncommercial traveller, 2. 
Master Humphrey's clock. — Additional Christmas sto- 
ries : Seven poor travellers. The Holly-tree inn. Some- 
body's luggage, Mrs. Lirriper's lodgings, Mrs. Lirriper'a 



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legacy. Dr. Marigold's prescriptions Mugby junction, 
Barbox Brothers and Co., The boy at Mugby, The sig- 
nal man. — General index of characters and their ap- 
pearances. — Familiar sayings from Diolsens' works. 

— All the year round. See AH. 

— American notes. London, 1842, 2 v. 8°. 

— Same. New York, 1842. 8° 

— Another copy. (B 1603) 

— Same. Leipzig, I'auchnitz, 1842. 12° 

Change for the American notes, by an American 

lady. New Jersey. 1843. 8°. (B 1603, 1665) 

— Barbox Brothers and Co. (/n his Works, v. 2. 1869.) 
_ Bamaby lludge. Phila., 1842. 8". 

See. forward. 'Master Humphrey's clock'. 

— Battle of life. — Haunted man. Leipzig, Tauch- 

nitz, 1856. 16°. 
See. beloio, 'Christmas stories'. 

— Bleak house. Leipzig, Tatichnitz, 1852-53. 

4 V. 16°. 
_ Same. With illust. London. 1853. 8°. 

2»l)te. Rcpub. in Harper's mag., v. 5-7. 1852-53. 

— Same. Phila., 1854. 8". 

— Boots at the Holly-tree inn. See 'Holly-tree inn'. — 

'Poor traveller'. 

— Child's history of England. Boston, 1854. 

2 V. 16°. 

— Same. {In Household words, v. 2-8. 1850-54.) 

— Christmas carol. — Chimes [1845]. — Cricket 

on the hearth. Leipzig, 7'aMc/tJu7z, 1846. 16°. 
Jfote. These have separate title pages. 

— Christmas stories. Phila., 1851. 8". 

Kamely. Christmas carol. — Chimes. — Cricket 
on the hearth. — Battle of life. — Haunted man. 

— Christmas stories, Additional. {In his Works, v. 2. 

1869.) 

— Cricket on the hearth; after C. D. (/ra Sargent. Mod. 

St. dr., V. 43.) 

— David Copperlield, Personal history of. New 

York, n.d. 8". 

— Same. I-eipzig, Tauchnitz, 1849. 3 v. 16°. 

— Dialogues from D. ; arranged by W. E. Fette. 

Boston and New Y'ork, 1871. 16°. 

— Satne. 2d ser. Boston and N. Y., 1871. 16°. 
Dr. Marigold's prescription. {In his Works, v. 2. 

1869; — and in All the year round, v. 14. 1865.) 
Dombey & Son, Dealings with the firm of. 

Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1847. 3 v. 16". 
George Silverman's explanation. {In All the year 

round, v. 19. 1868 ; — and in Atlantic monthly, v. 21.) 

— Ghost's bargain. See, below, 'Haunted man'. 

— Great expectations. Phila., 1861. 12°. 

JVoie. From All the year round, v. 4. 1861. 

— Hard times. Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1854. 16°. 

— Same. New York. 1854. 12°. 

— Another copy. (B1666) 

Note. From Household words, v. 9. 1854. 

— Haunted man, and The ghost's bargain. New 

Y'ork,n.fZ. 8°. 

See. above, 'Battle of Life'. — 'Christmas stories'. 

— Holiday romance. {In All the year round, v. 19. 1868.) 

— The Holly-tree inn. {In his Works, v. 2. 1869; — and 

in Household words, v. 12. 1855.) 

— A house to let. {In Household words, v. 18. 1858.) 

— Household words. See Household. 

— Inmeraoriam. (/« ^i« Uncoil, papers, jjjComhill mag., 

V. 9. 1864; and in Hotten, J. C. Thackeray. 1864.) 

— Lamplighter's story, etc. Phila., [1861]. 8°. 

Contents. The lamplighter's story. — Hunted down. — 
The detective police. — Three 'detective' stories. — On 
duty with Inspector Field. — Down with the tide. — A 
walk in a workhouse. — The long voyage. — The beg. 
ging letter-writer. — A child's dream of a star. — Our 
English watering-place. — Our French watering-place. 
— Bill-sticking. — 'Births. Mrs. Meek of a son'. — 
Lying awake. — The poor relation's story. — The 
child's story. — The ghost of art. — Out of town. — 
Out of the season. — A poor man's tale of a patent. — 
The noble savage. — A flight. — Prince Bull. — A plated 
article. — Our honorable friend. — Our school. — Our 
vestry. — Our bore. — A monument of French folly. — 
A Christmas tree. — The haunted house. 



■ Little Dorrit. Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1846-57. 

4 V. 16". 

- Satne. Phila., n.d. 2 v. 12°. 

Same. {In Harper's mag., v. 12-15. 1855-57.) 

■ ^lartin Chuzzlewit, Life and adventures of. 

Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1844. 2 v. 16°. 
Same. London, 1858. 2 v. 8". 

- Same, t.p.w. [Phila., 1849.] 8°. 

- Master Humphrey's clock ; [incl. The old curi- 

osity shop and Barnaby Budge], London, 
1840-41. 3 V. 8°. 
• Same. Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1846. 3 v. 16°. 

- Memoirs of J. Grimaldi. Lond., 1838. 2 v. 12°. 

- Same. With notes and additions ; by C. White- 

head. London, 1854. 12". 

- Message from the sea. — Uncommercial trav- 

eler. Phila., n.d. 12". 

- Mrs. Gamp. See, below, 'Poor traveller' ; also 'Martin 

Chuzzlewit'. 

- Mrs. Lirriper's legacy. {In his Works, v. 2. 1869; — 

aiid in All the year round, v. 12. 1864.) 

- Mrs. Lirriper's lodgings ; a Christmas story. 

New York, 1863. 8°. 

- Same. {In his Works, v. 2. 1869; — and in All the 

year round, v. 10. 1863.) 

- Mugby Junction. {In his Works, v. 2. 1869 ; — in All 

the year round, v. 16. 1866; — and in Every Satur- 
day, v. 2. 1866.) 

- Mystery of Edwdn Drood. N. Y'., 1871. 8°. 

- Nicholas Nicklebv, Life and adventures of. 

London, 1839. 8". 

- Same. Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1843. 2 v. 16°. 

- Same, t.p.w. [Phila., 1851.] 8". 

- Old curiosity shop. See, above, 'Master Humphrey's 

clock'. 

- Oliver Twist; or, The parish boy's progress. 

Leipzig, Tatichnitz, 1843. 16°. 

- Same. Phila., 1850. 8°. 

Note. From Bentley's misc., v. 1-5. 1837-39. 

- Our mutual friend. New York, 1864-65. 4 v. 

(v. 4 w.). 12". 

- Same. Pt. 2. New Y'ork, 1865. 8°. 

- Same. {In Harper's mag., v. 29-32. 1864-66.) 

- Pickwick Club, Posthumous papers of the. 

Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1842. 2 v. 16°. 

- Same, t.p.w. [Phila., 1850.] 8°. 

- Pictures from Italy. Leipz., raj^c/nij^z, 1846. 16°. 

- The poor traveller ; Boots at the Holly- tree 

inn; and Mrs. Gamp. London, 1869. 8°. 

- Seven poor travellers. {In his Works, v. 2. 1869; — 

in Household words, v. 10. 1854; and in Littell's 
liv. age, V. 44. 1855.) 

- Sketches by Boz. Phila., 1839. 8°. 

Contents. Seven sketches from our parish. — 
Scenes. — Characters. — Tales. 

- Same. London, 1839. 8°. 

- Same. Leipzig, Tatichnitz, 1843. 16°. 

- Sketches of young couples, young ladies, young 

gentlemen. London, [186-?]. 8°. 

- Somebody's luggage. {In his Works, v. 2. 1869.) 

- Speeches, letters, and sayings ; added a sketch 

of the author, by G. A. Sala, and A. P. Stan- 
ley's sermon. New York, 1870. 8°. 

- Tale of two cities. Leipzig, Tatichnitz, 1859. 

2 V. 16°. 
Note. From All the year round, v. 1-2. 1859. 

- Travelling letters; written on the road. New York, 

1846. 8°. (0 276) 

- Uncollected papers, (/n Mackenzie, R. 8. Life of D. 

1870.) 
Contents. Thomas Griffiths W.iinewright. — Janus 
Weathercock, the poisoner. — Aboard ship. — A small 
star in the east. — A little dinner in an hour. — Mr. 
Barlow. — On an amateur beat. — A flj'-leaf in a life. — 
A plea for total .abstinence. — Full report of the lirst 
[and] second meeting of the Mudfog Association for the 
Advancement of Everything. — Thsickeray ; in memo- 
riam. — Last will and testament of D. 



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— Uncommercial traveller, (/n his Works, v. 1. 1809 ; 

and in All the year round, v. 9-10. 1863.) 
See. bf/ore •Me!?sage from the sea'. 

— and Collins, W. W. Xo thoroughfare, (/n All the 

year round, v. 19. 1867 ; — and iu Every Saturday, 
V. 4. 1867.) 

Xo thoroughfare ; a drama. (Xo. 14 of De Witt's 

acting plays.) 

— and others. Tom Tiddler's ground ; a Chiist- 

mas budget. New York, 1861. 8". 

— pneud. The haunted man. (/« Harte, B Con- 

densed novels. 1871.) 

— A>DER.<o>-, H. C. Visit at D.'s house. (In hU Pic- 

tures of travel. 1871.) 

— Blaze de Bi ky, M. P. R. S. (/« Revue d. D. Mondea, 

mars 1848.) 

— CATAroGiE of [his] pictures, etc., [sold July 

9, 1870,] with the prices. London, 1870. 4". 

— Field, Miss K. Pen photographs of D.'s read- 

ings. Enl. ed. Boston, 1871. 12°. 

— Fitzgerald, P. Two English essayists. (In After- 

noon lect.. 2d ser. 1864.) 

— FoRSTER, J, Life of D. PhUa., 1872 [71]-74. 

3 V. 8°. 

— HORXE. R. n. {In JiU New spirit, v. L 1844.) 

— HoTTEX, J. C. C. Dickens ; the story of his 

life. 2d ed. London, 1870. 8". 

— ISDEX of characters. {In his Works, v. 2. 1869.) 

— Kettei,i>, S. Quozziana: or. Letters from Great 

Goslington. Mass., giving account of the Quoz din- 
ner, and other matters. Boston, 1842. 12*. (C 2T7) 

— M.\CKEXziE, R. S. Life ; with uncollected pa- 

pers. Phila., 1870. 12". 

— Perkins, F. B. Charles Dickens ; sketch of 

his life and works ; [with a criticism by 
Taine]. New York, 1870. 12° 

— Sala. G. a. C. Dickens. Lond., [1870]. 16". 

— Taine. H. A. {In Revue d. D. Mondes. fev. 1856; 

and in his Essais de critique, 1858.) 

— Ward. A. W, C, Dickens. {In Science lectures, 

2d ser. 1870.) 

— Whipple, E. P. C. Dickens. {In his Lectures. 1850.) 

— Genius of D. {In his Success. 1871.) 

Dickenson, Jonathan, a Friend, d. 1722. God's 
protecting providence, in the deliverance of 
K. Barrow from the sea, and the canibals of 
Florida, oth ed. London, [17o9]. 8" 
Kote. In some editions the name is Dickinson. 

Dickerman, Nathaniel W. Memoir of D. Bos- 
ton, 1831. 12". 

Dickerson, Edward N, Navy of the L'nited States ; 
exposure of its condition and causes of its 
failure ; speech in Mattingby vs. Wa.sh. and 
Alex. Steamboat Co, N. Y'.', 1864. 8", 

Dickerson, Mahlon, and Reynolds, J. N. Corre- 
spondence touching the South Sea surveying 
and exploring exped. N. Y'., 1837-38. 8". 

— Speech on the distribution of revenue, Feb. 1. Wash., 

1827. 8". (B 1814) 

— LoxGACRE, J. B.. and Herring, J. {In their Xat. 

portr. gal., v. 3. 1836.) 
Dickeson, Montroville Wilson. American ntunis- 

matical manual. Phila., 1859. 8°. 
Dickey, Ebenezer, D.D. Letters on Christian commnnion. 

Phila.. 1824. 8". (B 1390) 
Dickey, Samuel. Draining. — Description of a kitchen 

stove. {In Phil. Agric. Soc. Mem., v. 1. 1808.) 
Dickins, Asbury. Eulogiura on Washington. Feb. 22, 1800, 

before the Hermnthenian Soc. of Phila. [Phila., 

1800.] 8». (E 48, W 52) 

— Oriition in Wa.«hington. July 4, 1825. Wash.. 1825. 8*. 

(B 1097, 1129) 
Dickinson, A. B. Account of an eruption of a volcano in 

Nicaragua. {In Smithsonian Inst. Report. 1S67.) 
Dickinson, liee. Austin. Appeal to American youth on 

temperance, n.fi.. n.d. S°. (C203) 

— Sermon, [and David Rouge, in Cherokee]. n.i.p. 

[1845-46J. 24» (E 54) 

— Sermon : Gain from the sufferings of Christ. {In Ka- 

tional preacher, v. l,''1826-27.) — Sermon : Scriptural 
measure of benevolent effort. {In v. 2. 182S-29.) 



Dickinson. Baxter. Sermon : Day of Pentecost. {In Ka- 

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Dickinson, Daniel Stevens. Speech at the Litchfield Co. 

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Dickinson, James T. Sermon, [before] the Anti-Slavery 

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Dickinson, John. Essay on the constitutional 
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— Same. Anewessay. Lond.. reyyriii/., 1774. 8*. (B348) 
Remarks on the New essay of the Pennsylva- 

nian farmer. London, 1775. 8" 

— Late regulations respecting the British colonies 

considered. PhUa., 1765. 8". 

— Same. London, reprinted, 1765. 8*. (B 370, 592) 

— Same. London, reprinted, 1766. 8*. (B 373) 

— Letters from a farmer; [also The monitor]. n./B. 8* 

(B651) J f • 

— Same. [Another edition.] Boston, 1768. 8<*. 

— Another copy. (D 632) 

— Same. London, 1768. 8°. (B 374) 

— Political -writings. Wilmington, 1801. 2 v. 8". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Speech, House of Assembly of 
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the province, — The late regulations resp, the British 
Colonies in America considered, — An address to the 
comm, of correspondence in Barbadoes, occasioned by 
a letter from them to their agent in London, — The 
farmer's letters to the inhabitants of the British Colonies. 
1767, — An essay on the constitutional power of Gr! 
Brit, over the colonies in Amer. ; with the resolves of 
the comm. for Penn. 2. Address of Congress to the 
inhabitants of Quebec, Oct. 26, 1774. — Petition of Con- 
gress. — Second petition of Congress, — Letters of 
Fabius in 1788, on the Federal constitution; and in 1797, 
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— Speech in the H, of Assembly of Penn,, May 24, 1764. 

London, reprinted 1764. 8°, (B 682) 

— Speech in the Penn. Assembly, 1764. — Declaration on 

taking up arms, 1775. {In Moore, F. Amer. eloa.. 
V, 1, 1864,) ^ ' 

— B,, T. A, Dickinson, {In Longacre, J, B., and Her- 

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Dickinson, Jonathan, d. 1722, See Dickenson, 
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1746. 8° (C 59) 

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(B 44, 862, C 41) l j . 

— Defence of the -Display of God's special grace'; 

against the exceptions made to it by A, Croswell. 
Boston, 1743, 8°, (B 44) 

— Display of God's special grace ; a familiar dia- 

logue. Boston, 1742. 18". 

— Same. Boston, 1742. Vi: (D 6) 

— Letters upon religion. Boston, 1745. 8". 

— Nature and necessity of regeneration; sermon, Jan. 

19. 1742/3; with remarks on a disc, of Waterland. 
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preface by Foseroft, Boston, 1732. 8*. (D 7) 

— Reason.ibleness of nonconformity to the Ch. of Eng- 

land; 2d defence of sermon, S'ewark, .June 2, 1736, 
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— Scripture-bishop ; or. The divine right of presbyterian 

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— Another co/iy. (C 54) 

— Sermon, opening of the synod at Phila., Sept. 19, 1722, 

Boston, 1723, 8«. (B 311) 

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ton, 1740. 8', (B 77, 219) 

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— Beach, J, Reply to D,'8 remarks [on] 'Eternal life 

God's free gift'. Providence, 1807, R°. (B 304) 

Second vindication of God's sovereign free grace 

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— FoxcROFT, T. Eusebius inermatus; remarks 

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— - Another copy. (C 54) 

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— Wetmore, J. Letter occasioned by D.'s rcraarlcs on 

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Dickinson, Moses. Answer, in a familiar letter, to two 
important questions. N. Haven. 1770. 8°. (B 522) 

— Answer to Letter from an aged layman to the clergy 

of Connecticut. N. Haven. [1767J. 8°. (B 514) 

— Discourse shewing that the consideration of God's 

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— Reply to Wetmore.] (/« Hobart, N. Second ad- 

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— Other copies. (B 292, C 162) 

Dickinson, Nodes. Yellow fever. London, 
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Dickinson, Pliny, Jr. Sermon. Jan. 6, ord. of J. Chamber- 
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Dickinson, R. S. Storrs. Recollections of Erskine Mason, 
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Dickinson, Rodolphus. Christian and miscella- 
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— Columbian reader. 2d ed. Boston, 1818. 12°. 

— Compilation of the laAvs of Mass. Boston, 

1811. 8°. 

— Digest of powers and duties of sheriffs, coro- 

ners, constables, and collectors of taxes. 
Springfield, 1810. 8". 

— Digest of the law on justices of peace. Deer- 

field, 1818. 8°. 

— Elements of geography ; with introd. by E. 

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Geographical and historical view of Deerlield. Deer- 
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Geographical and statist, view of Mass. Green- 
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— Laws of Mass. rel. to assessors, auctioneers, etc, 

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— New version of the New Testament. 1833. See Bible, 

(p. 283). 

Dickinson, Samuel F. Address at Northampton. Am- 
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Dickinson, Samuel Nelson, ed. Help to printers 
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Dickinson, liev. Timothy. Description of llolliston. {In 

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Dickinson, Wm. The unconstitutional proceedings of the 

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Dickinson College. Atwater, J. Inaugural address at 

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— Treatise on agriculture. New ed. Edin., 1785. 

2 V. 8°. 

Dickson, D. J. H.. ^f.D. Observ. on the prevalence of fever 
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Dickson, Rev. David. True principles of the Christ- 
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Dickson, Robert. Lecture on dry rot and the 

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Dickson, Samuel Henry. Lecture introd. to a course on 

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Sfe aito Diet ; — Food ; — Pancreas ; — Stomach. 

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Dinnen, John. On marine boilers; with notes by R. Arm- 
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Dinsmoor, Robert. Incidental poems, with letters 
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Athenis de fuga. — De servitute et libertate. — De wgri- 
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Cultivation of letters'. — lietirement. — Happiness. — 
Conduct of men at a public dinner. — Charidcmus. — 
A Libyan fable. — The dwmon. — Virtue. — Slavery 
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See nl»o Balboa, V. N. de ; — Cabot, .J. ; — 

Cabot, S. ; — Colombo, C. ? — alxo Geography ; — 

North East passage ; — North West passage. 

Discoveries {in science and the arts). See Inventions; — 

Science. 



Discovery, The ; comedy. See Sheridan, J/r». F. C. 
Discovery and conquest of Terra Florida. See Soto, F. de. 
Discreta y la boba. La ; eaynete. See Cmz y Cano, U. de la. 
Discurso sobre la educacion popular de los arte- 

sanos y su fomento. Matlrid, 1775. 16°. 
Discussion amieale sur I'Eglise Anglicaine et la 

refonne; [par J. F. M. Treveni]. London, 

1817. 2 V. 8". 
Discussions on the constitution proposed to the 

people of )Iass. by the convention of 1853. 

Boston, 1854. 8". 

ConUnt*. Curtis, G. T. Letters of Phocion. — Hil- 

lard, G. S. Letters of Silas Sundfast. — Hoar, S., 

Morton, M., and Adams, C. F. Addresses. — Palfrey, 

J. 6. Remarks. 

Disderi, Stephano. Vespn Gallics historia. (/n Tnrin. 

Ac. d. ScL Mem., v. 22. 1816.) 
Disease. See Pathology. 
Disease germs. See Be^e, L. S. 
Disinfection. Smith, K. A. Disinfectants and diB- 

infection. Edin., 1869. 16°. 

— Calvert and Ledoyen's disinfecting fluid. From 

the Dublin quar. journ. of med. sci., no. 7. [Dublin, 
1847 :'] 8°. (B 1549) 
See also Solphnrons fumigation. 

Disinganno in corte. II ; commedia. See Goldoni, C. 

Dislere, P. Note sur la marine des Etats-Unis. 
Paris, [1868]. 8°. 

Dislocations. Hol.ve.*, T. General pathology of disloca- 
tion. {In his Syst. of surg.. v. 1. 186U.) 
See also Fractures ; — Hip. 

DisnAl Swamp Canal, Kxhibitiox of. from its commence- 
ment. Norfolk. 1825. 8". (B 1108) 

Disney, Daniel. Masere^, F. Trial of D. Quebec. I76S. 
8'. (B695) 

Disney, liet. John. d. 17.30. The world's hatred of those 
that are not of the world, sermon. 1719. London, 
1720. 8«. (0 216) 

Disney, John, D.D., d. 1816. Memoirs of Thomas 
Brand Hollis. London. 1808. 4°. 

— Caution to young persons against infidelity; sermon, 

Apr. 3. 2d ed. London, 1796. 8". (B 1916) 

— Five letters to S. Komilly, on his motion resp. the 

penal law. London, 1810. 8°. (B 748) 

— Friendly dialogue between a common Unitarian Chris- 

tian and an Athanasian. etc. ; [with] a second dia- 
logue between Kugenius and Theopbilus. [n.p., 
1787.] 8". (C 132) 

— Memoir of J. Jebb. {In Jebb, J. Works, v. 1. 1787.) 

— Progressive improvement of civil liberty, sermon, Nov. 

4. London, 1792. 8"". (B 1338) 

— Reasons for resigning the rectory of Panton, etc., and 

quitting the Ch. of England, n.p., [17831. 12*. 
(B 270, C 132) 

— Sermon, death of J.Priestley. Lond.. 1804. 8". (B963) 

— Sermon. Unitarian chapel, London, June 5. London, 

1791. 12". (C81) 

— Short memoir of M. Dodson. London, 1800. 8*. (B6SS) 

— Superiority of religious duties to worldly considera- 

tions, sermon. London. 1800. 8". (B 272, 1916) 

— Letter to D.. by a layman, n.p.. 1775. 12°. (C 132) 
Disney, John, F.R.S. Description of the marbles, 

vases, etc., now belonging to the Fitzwilliam 

Museum. London, 1849. 4°. 
Disney. AVm.. />./). Sermon before the University. June 28, 

1789. with strictures on Gibbon's History. Camb., 

1789. 4". (B1263) 
Disobedient child. Interlude of the; by T. Ingeland; ed. by 

J. O. HalliwelK (/n Percy Soc. Pub., v. 22.) 
Disosway, Gabriel P. Earliest churches of New 

York and its vicinity. New Y'ork, 1865. 8°. 
Disowned, The; by Sir E. B, Lytton. New York, 

1829. 2 V. 12°. 

— .Sa»»f. Leipzig, Tauchnitz, 1842. 16°. 
Dispassionate thoughts on the American war. London, 

1780. 8°. (B 348) 
Dispensaries. Lawrexce, W. B. History of the 
Bostou dispensary. Boston, 1859. 8". 

— Observatiox.s on the plan for establishing a dispen- 

sary. London. 1779. S«. (B 814, 836) 

— Oppert, F. Hospitals, infirmaries, and dispen- 

saries ; their construction, interior arrange- 
ment, and management. London, 1867. 8°. 
See alio London. (Benevolent Assoc.) 



DISPENSARY 



788 



DISRAELI 



Dispensary, a poem ; [by S. Garth]. 7th ed. Lon- 
don, 1714. 12°. 

Dispensations, The four; by J. Hodges. Boston, 1863. 12°. 
(C 272) 

Dispensatory. See Pharmacopoeia. 

Dispensing power. Atkyns, li. Knquiry into the power 
of dispeiihiug with peual Btatutca. London, 1689. f. 
(A 51) 

Disperato per eccesso di buon cuore, 11; comedia. See 
Giraud, O. 

Display, a tale ; by J.Taylor. Boston, 1815, 18". 

Display of God's special grace ; a familiar dialogue ; 
[by J.Dickinson]. Boston, 1742. 18". 

— Another copy. (D 6) 

— Same. Phila., 1803. 8°. (B 1355) 
Dispute, La; comedie. See Marivaux, P. C. de. 
Dispute adjusted about the proper time of applying for a 

repeal of tlie corporation and test acts; [by Bp. 

Gibson]. London, 1732. 8°. (B 122) 

Dispute with America, The, considered in letters from a 

cosmopolite to a clergyman. Lond..n.rf. 8°. (B689) 

Disquisition on creation, annihilation, future existence and 

linal happiness of all sentient beings. Belfast, 1823. 

8". (B 1355) 

Disraeli, Benjamin. Works. Phila., 1845. 2 v. 8°. 

Contend. Vol. 1. Vivian Grey. — Young Duke. 

Contarini Fleming. 2. Wondrous tale of Alroy. 

liise of Iskander. — Henrietta Temple. — Venetia. 

— Novels and tales. New ed. London, 1866. 

2 V. 8". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Sybil. — Alroy. — The rise of Is- 
kander. 2. l.xion. — The infernal marriage. — Popa- 
nilla. — Count Alarcos; a tragedy. — Vivian Grey. 

— Coningsby, or, The new generation. Phila., 

1844. 8". 

— name, t.p.w. 8°. 

Note. Parodied by "W. M. Thackeray in his 
'Novels by eminent hands'. 

— The crisis examined. 2d ed. Lond.. 1838. 8°. (B 1118) 

— Lord George Bentinck ; a political biography. 

2d ed. London, 1852. 8". 

— Lothair. New York, 1870. 12". 

Note. Parodied by Bret Harte in his 'Condensed 
novels'. 

— Miriam Alroy ; a romance of the 12th century. 

Phila., n.d. 8°. 

— Parliamentary reform ; a series of speeches, 

1848-66 ; ed. by M. Corry. Lond., 1867. 8". 

— Sybil; or. The two nations. Phila., 1845. 8". 

— Same, t.p.w. 8". 

— Vivian Grey. New York, 1826. 12". 

— Same. Sd'Amer. ed. Bait., 1833. 2 v. 12". 

— Voyageof Captain Popanilla. Phila., 1828. 12". 

— Young Duke. New York, 1831. 2 v. 12". 

— Benjamin Disraeli; a literary and political 

biography. London, 1854. 8" 

— Case of the farmer and labourer stated, in letter to 

B. Disraeli. London. 1851. 8°. (B 1533) 

— Chasles.V. E.P. (/».Revned.D.Mondes.juinl845.) 

— La GcfiRONNiERE. (/« /u> Honnnes d'etat. 1855.) 

— Ritchie, J. E. (/» Aw British senators. 1869.) 

— Smile-s. S. {In his Brief biog. 1861.) 
D'Israeli, Isaac. Amenities of literature. London, 

1841. 3 V. 8°. 

Note. These papers are a portion of D.'s projected 
history of English literature. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Druidical institution. — Britain 
and the Britons. — Name of England and of the Eng- 
lish. — Anglo-Saxons. — Ca^dmon and Milton. — Beo- 
wulf. — Anglo-Normans. — Page, baron, and minstrel. 

— Gothic romances. — Origin of vernacular languages 
of Europe. — Origin of English language. — Vicissi- 
tudes of English langusige, — Dialects. — Mandeville. — 
Chaucer. — Gower. — Piers I'loughman. — Occleve. — 
Lydgate. — Invention of printing.' — First English prin- 
ter. — Early libraries. — Henry vii. 2. First sources 
of modern history. — Arnolde's chronicle.— First printed 
chronicle. — Henry vill. ; his lit. char. — Books of the 
people. — Difficulties experienced by a primitive author. 

— Skelton. — Ship of fools. — Psychological char, of 
Sir T. Moore. — Earl of Surrey and Sir T. Wyatt. — 
Spoliation of the monasteries. — Crisis and reaction ; 
R. Crowley. — Primitive dramas. — Reformer, Bp! 



Bale, and Romanist. J. Heywood. — R. Ascham. — 
Public opinion. — Orthography and orthoepy. — Ancient 
metres in modern verse. —Origin of rhyme. — Rhyming 
diet. — Arte of Eng. poesie. — Discoverie of witchcraft. 

— First Jesuits in Eng. — Hooker. — Sir P. Sy<lney. — 
Spenser. — Faery queen. — Allegory. 3. First trag. 
and first com. — Predecessors and contemporaries of 
Shakespeare. — Shakespeare. — -Humours' of .Jonson. 

— Drayton. — Psychological hist, of Rawleigh. —Dr. 
Dee. — Hosacrusian Fludd. — Bacon. — First founder of 
a public library. — Early writers, their dread of the 
press, etc. — Age of doctrines. — Pamphlets. — Oceana 
of Harrington. — Author of -The grounds and reasons 
of monarchy'. — Commonwealth. — True intellectual 
system of the universe, — Difficulties of publishers of 
contemporary memoirs. — War against books. 

— Calamities of authors. N. York, 1812. 2 v. 12". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Authors by profession, Guthrie, 
Amhurst. Drake. Smollet. — The case of authors stated; 
history of literary property.— The sufterings of authors. 

— A mendicant author, and patrons of former times 
[Churchyard, Stowe. Davies]. — Cowley; his melan- 
choly. — The pains of fastidious egotism [H. Walpole]. 

— Influence of a bad temper in criticism [Dennis]. — 
Disappointed genius [Henley]. — Maladies of authors. 

— Literary Scotchmen and Irishmen. — Laborious 
authors [Cole. Wood. Barnes]. — The despair of young 
poets [Pattison, Carey]. — Miseries of the lirst English 
connnentator [Z. Grey]. — The life of an authoress [E. 
Ryves]. — Apology for Wood's Athenae Oxonlenses. 
2. Literary ridicule [T. Nash against G. Harvey]. — 
Literary hatred [G. Smart]. — Undue severity of criti- 
cism [Dr. Kenrick, Scott of Am well J. — A voluminous 
author without judgment [W. Prynne]. — Genius and 
erudition the victims of vanity [Toland]. — Genius the 
dupe of its passions [Steele]. — Literary disappointments 
disordering the intellect [Leland. Collins]. — The re- 
wards of Oriental students [Ockley]. — Danger incurred 
by giving the result of literary enquiries [Cowel and 
others]. — A national work which could ttnd no patron- 
age [DeLolme]. — Miseriesof successfulauthors [Hume, 
Dryden, Mickle, Drayton]. — The illusions of writers of 
verse. 

— Commentaries on the life and reign of Charles i. 

London, 1828-31. 5 v. 8". 

— Curiosities of literature. London, 1824. 3 v. 8". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Modern literature. — Character of 
Bayle. — Cicero as a colI<!ctor. — Hist, of the Caraccis. 
— Eng. Acad, of Lit. — Quotation. — Origin of Dante's 
Inferno. — History of events which have not happened. 
—.False politiciil reports. — Suppressors and dilapida- 
tors of mss. — Parodies. — Fairfax family. — Medicine 
and morals. — Psahn-singing. — Ridiculous titles as- 
sumed by Ital. academies. — Hero of Hudibras; Butler 
vindicated. — Shenstone's school-mistress. — Ben Jon- 
son on translation. — Loves of the Lady Arabella. — 
Domestic hist, of Sir E. Coke. — Coke's style and con- 
duct. — Secret hist, of authors who have ruined their 
booksellers. — Local descriptions. — Masques. — Des 
Maizeaux and secret hist, of A. Collins's mss. —Hist, of 
new words. — Philosophy of proverbs. 2. Confusion 
of words. — Polit. nick-names. — Domestic life of a 
poet; Shenstone vindicated. — Secret hist, of building of 
Blenheim. — Secret hist, of Sir W. Rawleigh. — Last 
hours of Sir W. Rawleigh. — Lit. unions; secret hist, of 
Rawleigh's History of the world and Vasari's Lives. — Of 
a biography painted. — Cause and pretext. — Polit. 
forgeries and fictions. — Expression of supp::essed 
opinion. — Autographs. — Hist, of writing-masters. — 
Ital. hist. — i'alaces built by ministers. — Taxation no 
tyranny. — Book of death. — Skeleton of death. — Rival 
biographers of Heylin. — Lenglet du Fresnoy. — Diet, 
of Trevoux. — Quadrio's account of English poetry. — 
Polit. religionism. — Toleration. — Apology for Parisian 
massacre. — Prediction. 3. Dreams at the dawn of 
philosophy. — Puck. — Lit. forgeries. — I jt. filchers. — 
Ld. Bacon at home. — Secret hist, of death of Q. Eliza- 
beth. — James I. as father and husband. — The man of 
one book. — A bibliognoste. — Secret hist, of an elective 
monarchy. — Buildings in the metropolis and residence 
in the country. — Royal proclamations. — True sources 
of secrelhist. — Lit. residences. — Whether allowable to 
ruin oneself. — Discoveries of secluded men. — Senti- 
mental biography. — Lit. parallels. — Pearl Bibles and 
six thousand errata.' — View of a particular period of 
the state of religion in our civil wars. — Buckingham's 
polit. coquetry, etc. — Sir E. Coke's exceptions against 
the higli-sherift''s oath. — Secret hist of Charles i., etc. 

— The rump. — Life and habits of a lit. autiq. ; Oldys 
and his mss. 

— Same. 2d ser. London, 1823. 3 v. 8°. 

— Eliot, Hampden, and Pym. London, 1832. 8°. (B 1070) 



DISBAEIjI 



789 



DISSENTEBS 



— Genius of Judaism. London, 1833. 12°. 

— Inquiry into the literary and political character 

of James i. London, 1816. 12°. 

— Narrative poems. Phihi., 1803. 12". 

— Quarrels of authors. New York, 1814. 2 v. 12". 

Content*. Vol. 1. Warburton. — Pope. — Publica- 
tion of Pope's letters. — Pope and Cibber. — Pope and 
Addison. — Bolingbroke's and Mallet's quarrel with 
Pope. — Lintot's book of accounts. — Pope and Settle. 
— Koyal Soc. — Sir J. Hill with Koy. Soc, Fielding, 
Smart, etc. — Boyle and Bentley. 2. Parker and Mar- 
veil. — D'Avenant. — Paper wars of the civil wars. — 
Political criticism on literary composition. — Uobbes. — 
Hobbea and Dr. Wallis. — Jousou and Decker. ^ Cam- 
den and Brooke. — Martin Mar-1'relate. — Literary 
quarrels from personal motives. 

See aUo Alexandrian. 1S35. 
Disroyal forty and forty-one, and royal eighty, presented to 

publick view. London, 1630. f. (A 54) 
Dissection. Ch.visty, E. J. London dissector. 
Phila., 1842. 12°. 

— Hodges, R. M. Practical dissections. Camb., 

1858. 18°. 

— Lettsom. J. C. Hints resp. human dissections. Lon- 

don. 1795. 8". (B 812) 
See also Anatomy. 
Disselhoff, Julius. Christianity and culture. {In Bremen 

lectures. 1371.) 
Dissemblers besides women. See Middleton, T. 
Diasen, Ludolph Georg. De ordine certaminum Olympico- 

rum per quinque dies. {In Goettingen. Gtes. d. Wiss. 

Comm., 183-2-37.) 
Dissent. See Subscription ; — Test laws. 
Dissenter unmaskt, The; with respect to* the two plots. 

London, 16*3. V. (A 54) 
Dissenters. Address to the Dissidents of England 

on their late defeat. London, 1790. 8°. (B 126) 

— Aged minister's friend ; address to Dissenters recom- 

mending a fund for supporting their ministers. 
London, 1788. 8°. (B 663) 

— Alsop. V. The mischief of impositions; an antidote 

against 'The mischief of separation'. London. 1630. 
8". (B90) 

— - The rector of Sutton committed with the dean of St. 

Paul's; defence of Stillingfleet's •Irenicum', against 
his 'Mischief of separation'. Lond., 16S0. 8°. (B 90) 

— Amicable reconciliation of the Dissenters to the Ch. 

of Eiig. (/« Col. of papers rel. to the juncture of 
affairs in Eng., pt. 10. 1639.) 

— Answer to [De Foe's] 'Experiment; or. Shortest way 

with Dissenters'; case of A. Gill. London, 1707. 
4°. (B1378) 

— Appeal to Protestant Dissenters to unite with [the 

Catholics] for the removal of disqualiticatioas. {In 
Pamphleteer, 1813; v. 1 of B 838) 

— Barkington. J. S. Essay upon the interest of Eng- 

land in resp. to Protestants dissenting from the 
Church. London. 170L 4°. (B 1378) 

— Belsh.wi. T. Letter to Yisc. Bidmouth on the bill in- 

troduced by [him]. London, 1811. 8°. (B 1332) 

— BiNNEY, T. L'ltimate object of Evang. Dissenters; 

sermon. London, 18»4. 8°. (B 1333) 
Dissent not schism; disc. Lond., 183.7. 8". (B 1333) 

— Blackstoxe, W. Iteply to Priestley's Remarks on 

the 4th vol. of the Commentaries. London, 1769. 8°. 
(B 22, 471) 

— Bowtell. J. Sermon to prove the Dissenters are im- 

posed upon by their teachers. Lond.. 1711. 8". (C214) 

— Bradsh.vw, W. The unreasonablenesse of the 

separation made apparent, by an exam, of 
Johnson's pretended reasons. Dort, 1614. 4°. 

— Calamy, E. Comfort to Protestant dissenters; two 

8ermon8,May20, .June3, 1712. Lond., 1713. 8°. (079) 

— -Ministry of the Dissenters vindicated; ordination 

sermon. June 11. London, 1724. 8". (B 120) 
Same. 2d ed. London. 1724. S". (B 1349, 1870) 

— Campbell, G. D., Duke of Argyll. The twofold pro- 

test. London, 1851. 8°. (B 1232) 

— Care, H. Animadversions on "A letter to a Dissenter 

on occasion of [the] declaration of indulgence'. 
London. 16S7. 4°. (.B92) 

— Case of the Dissenters, in a letter to the Ld. Chancel- 

lor. 2d ed. London, 18-24. S". (B 1363) 

— Case of the Protestant Dissenters in England fairly 

stated. London. 1716. 8'. (B 1378, C 2815) 

— Cases, etc., to recover Dissenters to the Church 

of Eng. London, 1685. 2 v. (v. 1 w.). 4°. 
100. (22. 4. 74.) 



Catlow, S. Address to Dieaentera on the atate of 
their political and civil liberty as aubjecta of Gr. 
Brit. London. 1788. 8*. (B240) 

Cal'SES and reasons of the present declension among 
the Congregational churches in London. London, 
1766. 8". (B63) 

Clagett, W. Difference of case between the separa- 
tion of Protestants from the Ch. of Kome and sep- 
aration of Dissenters from the Ch. of Eng. Lon* 
don. 1683. 8''. (B 1708) 

Claims of Protestant Dissenters. 3d ed. n.t.p. 1833. 
12°. (C 229) 

Collins, It. Now or never ; serious advice to Dissent* 
ers. London, 1733. 8". (B 1365) 

Disney, J. Reasons for resigning the rectory of Pan- 
ton and vicarage of Swinderby, and quitting the 
Church of Eng. «./).. [1783]. 12". {C132) 

Dissenters no schlsraalicks ; or. Dissenting churches 
orthodox. 3d ed. enl. London. 1714. 4°. (B 1378) 

Dc Mollis, L. Sober and unpassionate reply to -The 
lively picture of Du Moulin'. London, 1680. 4*. 
(B 1396) 

Englefield, Sir H. Letter to the author of 'The 
review of the case of Protestant Dissenters'. Lon- 
don, 1790. 8"*. (B 1379) 

EV.A.NS, B. Thoughts on the claims of Dissenters and 
Church reform. Scarborough, 1834. 12°. (B 1229) 

Fell, J. Justice and utility of penal laws for 
the direction of conscience, examined. Lon- 
don, 1774. 8°. 

Free address to Protestant Dissenters ; by a Dissenter. 
London. 1769. 8°. (B 22) 

Free and serious remonstrance to Prot. Dissenting 
ministers [on] the decay of religion ; by a layman. 
London, 1746. 8°. (B 1768) 

Gathercole, M. a. Letter to C. Lushington, in re- 
ply to [his] remonstrance on -Letters to a Dissenting 
minister', signed L. 8. E. London, 18.*». 8». (B1230) 

Graham. J. Some remarks upon [S. Johnson's] 'Let 
ter from a minister of the Church of Eng. to his Dis- 
senting parishioners'; with a vindication of the 
Presbyterians, n.p., 1733. 8°. (C 25) 

Gr. Brit. Commissioners [on] the State of Popular 
Education. Report on Dissenters' schools. [Lon- 
don, 1861.] r. (E 188) 

Grey, Z. Ministry of the Dissenters proved to be 
null and void from Scripture and antiquity; in 
answerto Calamy's 'Ministry of the Dissenters vin- 
dicated'. 3d ed. London, 17'25. 8°. (B 1870) 

Hamilton, R. Dissenters and Cath. emancipation. 
n.t.p. 8°. (B 1380) 

Hamilton, Sir W. The right of Dissenters to admis- 
sion into English universities. {In hin Disc. 1852.) 

Interest of England consider'd in respect to Protest- 
ants dissenting from the Established Church. Lon- 
don. ».rf. 4". (B654) 

Johnson. S. A second letter from a minister of the 
Ch. of Eng. to his Dissenting parishioners in answer, 
to some remarks by J. G[raham]. Boston, 1734 
8". (B 130, C 25) 

KiPPIs. A. Vindication of Protestant Dissenting min- 
isters' application to Parliament. 2d ed. enl. Lon- 
don, 1773. 8". (B 1966) 

L'ESTRANGE. R. Answer to a 'Letter to a Dissenter 
upon [the] late declaration of indulgence*. Lon- 
don. 1687. 4°. (B91) 

Letter to Brydges, [upon] a sermon by Hlill] ; a 
vindication of Dissenters. Lond., 1715. 4°. (B 1378) 

Letter to H. Marsh, by a Protestant Dissenter. {In 
Pamphleteer, 1815; v. 6 of B 838) 

Letter to S. Barrington, Bp. of Landaff. from a peti- 
tioner. Marlborough. 1774. 8°. (B 1379) 

Letter to Sir J. XichoU on his decision against a cler- 
gvman refusing to bury a child of a Dissenter. Lon- 
don. 1810. 8°. (B 1420) 

Lynn. G. G. What is Dissent ? Lond., 1340. 8°. (B1151) 

Marsh H. Letter of explanation to the Dissenter and 
layman who lately addressed the author on the 
views of the Protestant Dissenters.' {In Pam- 
phleteer, 1815 ; V. 6 of B 838) 

Macduit, I. Case of the Dissenting ministers ; 
also, bill for their relief. London, 1772. 8°. 
■ - Same. 4th ed. London, 1772. 8'. (B 125) 
. - sJZ. 4th ed. Boston. 1773. 8» (C 37, 185) 

Moore T. The honesty of Protestant Dissenters vin- 
dicated ; in answer to Peers's 'Character of an hon- 
est Dissenter'. London. 1718. 8*. (B 107) 
• Nalson, J. Countermine ; or. Discovery of the 
dangerous principles of the Dissenting party. 
4th ed. London, 1684. 8°. 



DISSENTERS 



790 



DISSERTATION 



- Nelson. J. Letter to the Protestant Dissenters of 

Ballykelly. occasioned by their objections against 
their late minister. Belfast. 1766. Salem, reprinted, 
1771. 8°. (B 16) 

- - Same. 2d Salem ed. S:ilem, 1772. 8». (C 126) 

- Norman. J. Defence of the Remarks on a sermon by 

W. Lowth [against] his Answer. London, 1724. 8°. 
(B 121) 

- Owen. C. Plain-dealing; or, Separation with schism; 

in the case of Dissenters and Church.men. 5th ed. 
London, [1716?]. 8°. (C 285) 

- Owen. .1. Difficulties and discouragements [ofl the 

Dissentingministry; sermon. Lond., 1735. 8°. (B 39) 

- P., U. Brief inquiry into the Dissenting Institution. 

n.p., 1758. 8". (B 204) 

- Peers. R. Character of an honest Dissenter, in 

twelve marks. Oxford. 1715. 8°. (B 121) 

- Peirce, J. Defence of the Dissenting ministry, and 

Presbyterian ordination ; an ans. to "The conduct of 
Peirce examined'. Pt. 2. London. 1717. 8°. (B 107) 
Jf^ote. See also the contents of B 1865, in the next 
column. 

- Penn, \V. Persuasive to moderation to Dissenting 

Christians. London, 1685. 4°. (B 654) 
Same. (In hin Select works, v. 4. 1782.) 

- Plain reason for dissenting from the Ch. ; by a true 

Protestant. 18th ed. Boston, 1725. 8°. (C 24) 

- Priestlev. J. Familiar letters in refutation of charges 

airainst Dissenters and Unitarians, by Madan. Bir- 
mingham. 1790. 8°. (B 773) 

- Public documents declaratory of the principles of the 

Protestant Dissenters, and the repeal of the test 
acts. London, 1790. 8°. (B 126) 

- Queen, To the; humble supplication of Dissenters in 

relation to the bill to prevent schism. 3d ed. Lon- 
don. 1714. 4°. (B 289, 1094, 149) 

- Right of Protestant Dissenters to toleration asserted; 

containing an historical account of the test laws. 
etc. London, 1789. 8°. (B 1964) 

- - Same. 2d ed. London. 1789. 8°. (B 126) 

- Sacheverell, H. Rights of the Ch. of Eng. proved; 

in answer to 'Rights of the Prot. Dissenters'. [Ox- 
ford,] 1705. 4°. (B 95) 

- Sairle. G. Letter to a Dissenter [on] late declaration 

of indulgence; [signed T. W.]. Lond.. 1687. 4°. (B4) 
Second letter to a Dissenter upon [the] late declara- 
tion of indulgence. London. 1687. 4°. ' (B 91) 

- Seriols address to Protestant Dissenters. 2d ed. 

London, 1772. 8°. (B 125) 

- Steele, Si)' R- Letter to a member of Parliament re- 

lating to the bill for preventing the growth of schism. 
London, 1714. 8". (B 756) 

- TowGoOD, M. Dissentjustified, Lond,, 1765. 12°. 

- - Same. 4th ed. Boston. 1768. 12°. (C 185) 

- - Dissentinn; gentleman's answer to White's let- 

ters. 5th ed. Boston, 1748. 8°. 
-- Another copy. (C 305) 
Dissenting gentleman's 2d letter to WHiite in answer 

to his 'Three letters, ffc.' London, 1847. 8°. (B 124) 

- - Calm answer to the inquiry. 'Why are you a Dissen- 

ter?' London. 1772. 8°. (B 1964) 

- - Same. Boston, 1773. 8°. (C 37, 185) 

- Tucker, J. Letters to Kippis on his vindication 

of the Protestant dissenting ministers. 
Gloucester, 1773. 8". 
■ V R. On the interests of the Ch. of Eng. 2d ed. 
{In Pamphleteer, 1822; v. 19 of B 838) ' 

- Vindication of Christ's holy Catholic Church 

against the attempts of a Dissenting gentle- 
man. London, 1747. 8°. 

- Watson. R. A charge to the clergy of the diocese of 

Landaff. June 1791. London. 1792. 4°. (A 58) 

- White, J. Defence of the -Three letters to a gentle- 

man dissenting', etc.. against the Dissenting gentle- 
man's [Towgood's] "Answer to White's letters', etc. 
London. 1746. 8°. (B 124) 

- - Same. 2d ed. London. 1748. 8°. (B 1897) 

Second defence of the Three letters to a gentleman 

dissenting from the Ch. of Eng. n.t.p. [17—.] 8°. 
(B 247) 

- Withers. J. Plain reasons for dissenting, etc. 3d ed., 

with add. London. 1717. 8°. (B 29) 

- - Same. 18th ed. Boston, 1725. 8°. (C 185) 

Ilistori/. 

- Agate, J. Plain truth: or. An answer to Wither's 

•Defence'. Pt. 2. Exon. 1708. 8°. (B 105) 

- AliTHENTiCK account of several things done at Salter's- 

Hall. London, 1719. 8°. (B 1865, 162) 



— BoGt"E, D., and Bennett, J. History of the 

Dissenters, 1688-1808. Lond., 1833. 2 v. 8°. 

— Calamy. E. The Church and Dissenters compared as 

to persecution, etc. t.p.w. [London, 1719.] 8°. 
(B 106, 1897) 

— Carpenter. B. Letter to R. Foley in answer to the 

charges against Dissenters; [with]^ an 'Account of 
the proceedings at Lye Waste, by J. Scott'. Stour- 
bridge, [178-]. 80. (B 240) 

— CoiRTENAY. J. Philos. reflections on the late revolu- 

tion in France, and the conduct of the Dissenters in 
Eng. Dublin, 1790. 8". (B 1523) 
Same. 2d ed. London. 1790. 8°. (B 1523) 

— Palmer, S. Vindication of the learning, loy- 

alty, etc., of the Dissenters, in answer to 
"Wesley, London, 1705. 4". 

— Pamphlets occasioned by proceedings of the dissent- 

ing ministers at Salter's-Iiall, in 1719. London, 

1719.] S". (B 110) 

Namely. True relation of some proceedings at 

Salter's-Hall. (Also in B 1865) — Letter to Tong and 

others, on the differences among the Dissenters. (2d 

ed. in B 1865) — Reply to the subscribing ministers. 

— RincLEY. T. Unreasonableness of the charge of 
imposition against several dissenting ministers in and 
about Loudon. (.U«o in B 1865) 

— Same. (B 1865) 

Namely. Shute, J. B. Account of proceed, at 
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reproaches cast on those dissenting ministers who sub- 
scrib'd their belief of the eternal trinity. — Christian 
liberty asserted, in a letter to B. — The noble stand, etc. 
2d ed. — Authentick account of things done and 
agreed upon by the dissenting ministers at Salter's- 
Hall. {Aluo in C 162) — True relation of some pro- 
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— Peirce. J. 2d letter to Eveleigh in answer to his 
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An answer to Enty's 'Defence of the proceedings at 

Exon'. London. 1719. 8°. (BIOS) 

The loyalty, integrity, and ingenuity of High Church 

and the Dissenters compared, occasioned bv a pam- 
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Vindiciae fratrum dissentientium in Anglia ; 

adv. G. Nicholsii defensioijem Eccles. Angli- 
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See also Brownists ; — Church of England ; — Church 
rates ; — Comprehension ; — Congregational Churches 
in England ; — Conventicles ; — Corporation act ; — 
Friends ; — Independents ; — Non-conformity ; — Non- 
jurors : — Presbyterians ; — Puritans ; — Regium do- 
num ; — Subscription ; — Test-laws ; — TUrty-nine 
articles; — ami the lives of various Dis-^enters untfer 
their names, as Hall, R. : — Howard, J.: — Lardner, 
N. : — Lindsey, T. ; — Pearce, S. ; — Price, R. ; — 
Priestley, J. 

Dissenters' chapels bill. Presbyterian Union. 

rarliamentary debate. London, 1844. 8°. 
Dissenter's magazine. See Protestant Dissenter'.^ mag. 
Dissertation concerning inoculation. See Douglass, W. 



DISSERTATION 



791 



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Dissertation on the revolutions of states and empires. Bar- 

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Speech on certiin resolutions, [on] the abolition of 

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Divaeus, Petrus. or Dieven, Pieter van, Rerum 
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primum editi. Antverpiae, 1610. 4", 



DIVAN 



792 



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Divan. See Hafiz ; — Jalal-ad-Din. 

Divers, Bridget. Moore, Frank, (/w Ms Women of the 
war. 1866.) 

Diversions of Furley. See Tooke, J. H. 

Diverting history of John Bull and Brother Jona- 
than ; [by J. K. Paulding.] Lond., 1813. 18°. 

Divination. Cicero, M. T. De divinatione. See Cicero. 

Divine benevolence; an answer to [lialguy'sj 'Di- 
vine rectitude'; [by T. Bayes]. London, 
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Divine breathings ; or, A pious soul thirsting after 
Christ. 2d Anier. ed. Boston, 1805. 12° 

Divine glory brought to view in the salvation of all men ; 
[in answerto J. Eckley]. Boston, 1783. 8°. (B 150) 

Divine glory in the condemnation of the ungodly; in reply 
to -Salvation for all men'; [by J. EckleyJ. Boston, 
1782. 8°. (B 180) 

Divine legation of Moses demonstrated. See Warburton, W. 

Divine life; or, Christ within us; sermon, by a Methodist. 
London, 1739. 8°. (B 120) 

Divine Providence engaged in fulfilling scripture-prophe- 
cies. Boston, 1762. 8°. (B 659) 

Divine right of Ch. government; wherein it is proved that 
the Presbyterian government may lay the only law- 
ful claim to a Divine right; by sundry ministers of 
London. London, 1646. 4°. (B 13) 

— Same. New York, 1844. 12° 
Divine tragedy. The. See Longfellow, H. W. 

Divine unity the doctrine of the Bible. Boston, 1828. 8°. 

(D63) 
Diving. SoNREL, L. Le fond de la mer; illustre 

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Biblioth. des merveilles.) 
Divining rod. Figuier, L. La baguette divinatoire. (/;* 

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— Lincoln, W. (/m Worcester mag., v. 1. 1786.) 
Divinity. See Theology. 

Divinity schools. Ballantine, W. Two letters to G. 

Ewing. on the miraculous gifts and divinity schools. 

Edin., 18(Kt. 12°. (C 199, 200) 
Divizio da Bibbiena, Bernardo. See Bibbiena, B. D. da. 
Divorce. Ireland, J. Nuptiae saerae. London, 

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— Milton, J. Doctrine and discipline of divorce, etc. 

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See also Marriage. 

Divorce, Le; comedie. See Regnard, J. F. 

Divorce, Le; par J. Fievee. (/n Biblioth. univ. des 
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Divorce satyrique; ou, Amours dela reine Marguerite. (In 
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Divorcio feliz, El; comedia. See Cruz y Cano, R. de la. 

Divorzio, II; commedia. See Alfieri, V. 

Dix, Dorothea Lynde, American moral tales. Bos- 
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— Memorial soliciting a state hospital for the insane, to 

the Legislature of Penn., Feb. 3, 1845. Harrisbure, 
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— Memorial to the Legislature of Mass. [on the insane 

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— Private hours, 5th ed. Boston, 1843. 24°. 

— Remarks on prisons and prison discipline in the 

United States. Boston, 1845. 8° 

— Same. 2d ed. Phila., 1845. 8° 

— Brockett, L. p. (In his Woman's work in the civil 

war. 1867.) 
Dix, Henry T. Registry of deeds, Ireland. (In Nat. 

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Dix, John. Life of Thomas Chatterton. London, 

1837. 12°. 
Dix, John Adams. Speeches and occasional ad- 
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Contents. Vol. 1. Speeches in the Senate. 1846-49 : 
The Oregon question. — French spoliations. — The 
•warehouse system. — Lieutenant-General of the army. 
— The three million bill. — War with Mexico. — Min- 



ister to the papal states. — California claims. — The 
Yucatan bill. — A territorial government in Oregon. — 
Governments in the territories. — Trade with Canada. 

— Territories acquired from Mexico. 2. Spt-eches 
in \he 5f« a <«, 1847-49 : — The pilot laws. — On Hon. 
D. H. Lewis. — Memorials of oiHcers in Mexico. — 
Addresses and Ucports : — African colonization. — 
Opinion on two questions of alieni^<m. — Education of 
teachers. — Report on the militia system. — Geological 
report. — Progress of science. — Apportionment of 
members of Congress. — Rural life and embellishments. 

— Growth of N. York city. — Agriculture of N. York, 

— War with Tripoli. — The Rebellion in Louisiana. — 
Proclamation to the people of N. York. 

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Feb. 28. Wash., 1849. 8°. (B 1510) 

— War with Mexico; a speech on the bill to raise for a 

limited time an additional military force, Jan. 26. 
[Wash., 1848.] 8°. (B 1510) 
Dix, John M., M.D. Hitherto unobserved result of dacry- 
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Dix, John Ross. Passages from the history of a 
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romance of literary life. Boston, 1845. 12**, 

Dix, Morgan, h.D. Thoughts on the lost unity of the 
Christian world; sermon, N. Y., Mar. 13. N. Y., 
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Dix, Stephen Augustus. Poem before the Mercantile Li- 
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Dix, Wm. Inaugural dissertation on the dropsy. Worces- 
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Dix, Wm. Giles. Pompeii and other poems. Bos- 
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— Deck of the Crescent City; a poem. Pt. 1. Boston and 

Camb., 18.52. 8". (C 189) 

— The university of the South ; address at Boersheba 

Springs, Tenn. Nashville, 1859. 8°. (B 1580, 1608) 
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Dixon, Anne, Funeral sermon on. 1710. See Dalton, J. 
Dixon, Benjamin Homer. Surnames, Boston, 

1855. 8°. 

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Dixon, Edward H. Back-bone ; photographed 
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Dixon, George. Voyage round the world. Lon- 
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4°. (A 20) 
Dixon, James. Sermon : Neutrality in religion impossible. 

(In Suddards, W. British pulpit, v. 1. 1837.) — 

Sermon : The evil and danger of popular ignorance. 

(In V, 2. 1837.) 
Dixon, James, of Conn- Speech on the naturalization laws 

and origin of the native American party, Dec. 30, 

1845. Wash.. 1846. 8° (B 1501) 
Dixon, James. Diseases and injuries of the eye. (In 

Holmes, T. Syst. of surg., v. 2. 1861.) 
Dixon, James Henry. Ancient poems, ballads, and 

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Dixon, Hon. Nathan F. Speech upon the resolution to annul 

the decree of the Supreme Court, in the case of R. H. 

IvesOT. C.T. Hazard, f<ai. Pro v., 1859. 8°. (B1436) 
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1829. 8°. 
Dixon, Wm. Henry. Fasti Eboracenses ; lives of 

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London, 1863. 8°. 
Dixon, Wm. Hep worth. Free Russia. New York, 

1870. 8°. 

See the chapter 'On Dixon's Free Russia' in 
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— Her majesty's tower. Phila., 1869. 2 v. 8°. 

— The Holy Land. London, 1865. 2 y. 8°. 

— John Howard ; a memoir. New ed. London, 

1854. 12°. 

— New America ; with illustrations. London, 

1867. 2 y. 8°. 

— Same. Phila., 1867. 8°. 



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— Personal history of Lord Bacon. London, 

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— Robert Rlake, admiral and general at sea. 

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— Spiritual \\-ives. London, 1868. 2 t, 8". 

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Dizwell, Col. John. d. 1689. I'hilagathos, pteud. Poem 

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Dixwell. John, M.D. Memoir of J. Brooks. (/« Mass. 

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Diyllus AthevienitU. Fragm. (In Mueller. Fr. hist. Gr., 

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Djemal-Eddin Mohammed. See Jamal. 
Dla czego? komedya ; tlom. z franc, przez B. Hal- 

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— XiCEROX. J. P. {In hix Mem., v. 38. 1737.) 
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— and Josiah. Statement of the cause of the M'Clary 

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Content*. Vol. 1. Account of the proceedings. — 
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the committee of arrangements. 
Doane, George Washington. £p. of K. J. Ancient charity 
the rule and reproof of the modern : sermon, n.p., 
n.d. 8'. (B 1288) 

— Brief examination of proofs by which the Rev. Mr. 

Boardman attempts to sustain his charge, etc. 
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— Brief narrative, n.t.p. 1849. 8". (B 1395) 

— The bush that burned with fire ; sermon, consecration 

of St. John's Church, Eliz.abeth. Dec. 31, 1840. 
Burlington. 1841. 8". (B 1317) 

— Church of the living God the pillar and ground of the 

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1831. 8». (B 1018, 1327) 

— Clmrch's care for little children ; charge to the clergy 

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— Civil government a sacred trust from God : oration. 

Trenton, July 4. Burlington. 1845. S". (B1573) 

— Convocation at 'Miletus ; sermon, July 25. Burlington, 

1834. S". (B 1288) 

— Edification of the Church for the salvation of souls ; 

charge. Camden, 18.33. 8°. CB 1072) 

— Faith once delivered to the saints; sermon. Oct. 28. 

Burlington. 1840. 8°. (B 1288) 

— Glorious thing.-* of the city of God; sermon. Burling- 

ton, 1842. 8°. (B 1288) 

— Goodlv heritage of .Jerseymen; address. Jan. 15. 

Burlington, 1846. 8°. (B 1607) 

— Gospel in the Church; sermon, June 29. Boston, 1832. 

8°. (B1463) 

— Incorporation with Christ the source of spiritual life; 

sermon. May 28. Burlington, 1845. 8°. (B 1288) 

— Letter to the clergv and laity of his diocese. Phila., 

18.52. 8°. (B 1395) 

— Missionarv argument; sermon. May 11. Boston, 1830. 

S". (B956) 

— Missionary spirit; lecture, Boston, Xov. 27. Boston, 

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— Oration. .Julv 4. 18.50. (/« BurlingtOD College. 

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— Puseyism no Popery. Boston. 1843. 8". (B 1188) 

— Reign of heaven ; sermon. {In Prot. episc. pulpit, 
# v. 1. 1831. (B 1779) 

— Sacred sympathy of sorrow; discourse commemora- 

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— Sunday school te.-jcher: sermon, X. Y.. June 26. Boa- 

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— Voice of the departed ; sermon, death of J. 8. J. Gardi- 

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— HOBART, J. H. Word for the Church ; fonslsting of 

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— JBNMSG8. J. Episcopal pretensions examined in a 

review of a sermon by D., Leeds, Eng. N. Y.. 1842. 
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— MiDDLETON, C. Reply to the remarks of D. 

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Dobell, John. New selection of 700 evangelical 

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Dobell, Peter. Travels in Kamtchatka and Siberia, 

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— Lehrgebaude der bohmischen Sprache. Prae. 

1819. 8°. ^ 

Dobson, Edward. Rudimentary treatise on founda- 
tions and concrete works. London, Weale. 
18.50. 16°. 

— Rudimentary treatise on masonry and stone- 

cutting. 2d ed. London, Weale, 1856. 16*. 

— Rtidiraentarj- treatise on the mantifacture of 

bricks and tiles. London, Weale, 18-50. 16°. 

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kischen Spn-iche. — Proben ans einer Interlinearversion 
und einer verjilngten notkerischen Uebersetzung der 
Psalmen. — Erziihlungen von dem Striker und Conrad 
von Wflrzburg. — Zusatze und Berichtigungen zu 
Koch's Comi)eijdium der teutschen Literaturgeschichte. 

— Gedichte von Conr.id von Wiirzlmrg und Andem. die 
in der Sanimlung der Minnesinger fehlen. — Heinrichs 
von Ofterdingen und der Ubrigen MeistersUnger poet- 
ischer Wett-streit auf der Wartburg bey Eisenach. — 
Philosophischer Tractat von der wirklichen und mogli- 

chen Vernunft, aus dem vierzehnten Jahrhundert. 

Glossographische Denkmaler der altern teutschen 
Sprache, vill.-xil. J.ihrhundert. — Glossarium Theo- 
tisco-Latinum ex cod. Biblioth. Reg. Monacensis. — 
Altteutsche Lieder aus dem xvi. J.-»hrhundert. — Znsatze 
zti Docen's Miscellaneen. 2. Von Jerusalem's 
Zerstorung und dem Weltende. — Xachricht von einer 
nnter dem Landgrafen Heinrich von Thilringen um die 
Mitte des xill. Jahrhunderts verfertigten allgemeinen 
Weltchronik. — Anzeige einer alten Handschrift der 
.<Eneis des Heinrich von Veldcck. — Marien Leben. — 
Fragmente altteutscher Gedichte. — Marginalien zn 
Adelungs Xachrichten von altteutschen Gedichten. — Die 
zehn Gebote der Minne. — Spicilegien zu den Sammlnn- 
gen der Minnesinger aus dem schwabischen Zeitpnnkt. 

— Ungedruckte Gedichte von dem Strieker. — Einige 
Spruchgedichte von dem Teichner. — Fortgesetzte 
Sammlnng altteutscher geistlicher und weltlicher Lie- 
der. — Xeue Vorstellung des .\bsoluten in plattentschen 
Reiraen. — Sammlung noch ungedruckter Ge<licbtc von 
H. Frauenlob. — Zusiitze und Verbessenmgen. 



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— Pasquier-Vacvili,ers, — . Gales etbassinsderadoub, 

docks flottants, etc. {In France. Com. Imp. de 
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JVbte. From Frasert mag., v. 16-17. 1838-39. 
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Cobb, J. 
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— Same. {In his Christmas books, 1866; and Miscel., 

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Doctor Busby and his neighbors ; [by Anne W. 

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Doctor Carlino, El. See Soils, A. de. 
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Doctor Faustus. (7a Thorns, W. J. Early Eng. prose 

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3 V. 8° 
Doctor Johns; by D. G. Mitchell. New York, 

1866. 2 V. 12°. 
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Dr. Last in his chariot. See BickerstaflF, I., and Foote, S, 
Dr. Marigold's prescription; by O. Dickens, (/u All the 

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Dr. Molke; Dr. Molke's friends; by I. I.Hayes, (/n Atlan- 
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Doctor Mondshein ; by Mrs. A. W. Curtis. {In her Spirit 

of seventy-six. 1868.) 
Doctor Thorne ; a novel ; by A. TroUope. New 

York, 1860. 12° 

— Same. Leipzig. Tauchnitz, 1858. 2 v. 16". 
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1870-71.) 
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Doctrinal Tract and Book Society, Constitution 
and proceedings. Boston, 1829. 12°. (D 69) 

— 1st annual report. Boston, 1830. 12°. (D 69) 

— Publications. No. 1-24. Boston, [18—]. 12°. (D 69) 

Note. Nos. 22-24 are published under the name of 
American Doctrinal Tract Soc. 

Namely. Doctrinal knowledge the foundation of true 
religion. — Mankind utterly depr.ived by the fall of 
Adam. — The covenant of redemption. — Slanderous 
reports refuted. — Objection to prayer answered. — 
Perseverance of the saints. — The decrees of God con- 
sistent with the free moral agency of man. — The doc- 
trine of election illustrated and established. — The 
purifying influence of the Christian hope. — The person- 
ality and offices of the Holy Spirit. — Things secret, and 
things revealed. — Disappointment in the last day. — 
Nature and influence of faith. — The plea of sinners 
against endless punishment. — Sinners wilful and per- 
verse. — Love thyself and thy neighbor. — The prayer 
of faith. — All for the best. — The renewal of sinners 
the work of divine power. — The Bible the only sure 
test of religious character. — Duties of parents. — The 
immutability of God. — Necessity of the Holy Spirit to 
give efficacy to preaching. — The duty of professing 
religion. 
Doctrine and practice of Christianity inconsistent 
with the happiness of mankind. London, 
1760. 8°. 



Doctrine of abstinence from blood defended; by 
[P. Delany]. London, 1734. 8° 

Doctrine of non-resistance no way concerned in the contro- 
versies between the Williamites and the Jacobites; 
by [E. Bohun]. London, 1689. 4°. (B 6) 

Doctrines. See Theology. 

Doctrines and discipline [of the Methodist Episc. Church ;' 
in Cherokee]. Park Hill, 1*42. 18°. (E 54) 

Doctrines of Scripture, [by F. D. Huntington]. 
Boston, 1852. 16". 

Document for the people. — Declaration of Independence . — 
Constitution of United States. — Fugitive slave law 
of 1850. — Democratic, Wliig, and Independent dem- 
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on his motion to repeal the Fugitive slave bill. 
Wash., 1853. 8°. (B 1485) 

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Documents relating to the settlement of the Church 
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Dod, or Dodd, Charles Roger. Annual biography. 

London, 1843. 16° 

— Manual of dignities, privilege, and precedence. 

London, 1842. 16°. 

— Parliamentary pocket companion ; 1833, 39-41, 

47.50, 52, 54, 64,65, 67, 68, 70, 71. London, 
1833-71. 13 V. 24". 

Note. In 1847 and afterwards it is called Par- 
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— Parliamentary test book. London, [1835]. 24". 

— Peerage, baronetage, and knightage of Gr. 

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Note. For continuation, see Dod, K. P. 
Dod, Robert P. Parliamentary companion ; 1864. 
London, w.rf. 24°. 

— Peerage, baronetage, and knightage of Gr. 

Brit, and Ireland; 1856, 64, 67. London, 

1856-67. 3 V. 12". 
Dod, Thomas. The rule of equity. Sermon, Oxford, Mar. 

14, 1716/17. Oxford. 1717. 8°. (B 56) 
Dodd, A. Charles. The contrast; or. Strictures on select 

parts of Price's 'Additional observations ', etc. Lon- 
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Dodd, Gupt. Albert, Funeral sermon on. See Bartol, C. A. 

(B 1594) 
Dodd, Charles. Certamen utriusque ecclesise; or. List of 

all the eminent writers of controversy. Catholics and 

Protestants, since the Reformation, {In Somers, J. 

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Dodd, Charles, pseud. Church history. See Tootle, II. 
Dodd, Charles Roger. See Dod, C. R. 
Dodd, George. British manufactures. London, 

1844-45. 3 V. 12°. 
Dodd, Henry Philii). The epigrammatists, ancient 

and modern. London, 1870. 8". 
Dodd, James B. Elementary and practical algebra. 

3d ed. New York, 1853. 16'. 

— High school arithmetic. 3d ed. N.Y., 1852. 16°. 
Dodd, J. W. Catalogue of [his] library, sold 

1797 ; [with ms. prices]. London, n.d. 8°. 
Dodd, Ralph. Letters to a merchant on the improvement of, 

the Port of London. [London.] 1798. 8°. (B 1746) 
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1824. 12". 

— Family record of Daniel Dod. [New Haven,] 

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Dodd, Thomas. Connoisseur's repertory. Vol. 1-6: 
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Dodd, Bev. Wm. Accoxint of the Magdalen char- 
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— Address to his unhappy brethren, at Newgate, 1777; 

added, letter from Countess of Huntingdon, also 
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— Beauties of history, or. Pictures of virtue and 

vice. Boston, 1*796. 12". 

— FOBSTER. G. Leben W. Dodd's. (/n Ai«SUnuDtl.8cbr., 

V. 5. 1S43.) 
Dodd familv abroad; by Charles Lever. New 

York,' 1854. 8". 
Doddridge, .S/r John. The lawver's light ; annexed, 

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— Treatise on particular estates, (/n Noy, "W. Grounds. 

1753.) 

Doddridge, Joseph, Notes on the settlements and 
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Doddridge, Philip, D.D. The absurdity and iniquity 
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— Address on the subject of family religion. Northamp- 

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— Care of the soul urged, sermon, June 22, 1735. 4th ed. 

Boston. 1761. 8". (B 311. C 23) 

— Christian candour and unanimity; sermon at Creation 

in Northamptonshire, Jan. 12, 1746/50. London, 
1750. 8°. (B1339) 

— Correspondence and diary; ed, by J, D, Hum- 

phreys, London, 1829, 5 v, 8". 

— Deliverance out of the hands of our enemies ; substance 

of two sermons at Northampton, Feb. 9, 1745/46. on 
the precipitate flight of the rebels from Stirling. 
London. 1746. 8°. (B 1922) 

— Discourses on regeneration, Boston, 1803. 12", 

— Evidences of Christianitv, London, 1837. 12°. 

— Same. London. [IS—]. 12"' (C 247) 

— Evil and danger of neglecting the souls of men, sermon, 

Oct. 15, 1741. London. 1742. 8". (B 1074) 

— Family expositor ; or, A paraphrase and version 

of the New Testament, Lond., 1761-62, 6 v, 4°. 

— Lectures on pneumatologj-, ethics, and divinity ; 

ed. by A. Kippis. London, 1794, 2 v. 81 

— Lectures on preaching and the ministerial office. 

Boston, 1808. 12". 

— Perspicuity and solidity of [the] evidences ; 

letter to [H. Dod well], London, 1742, 8°, 

— Plain address to the master of a family on family 

religion. Boston. 1791. 8". (C 23) 

— Same. Charlestown. 1802. 8'. (B 192) 

— Same. Boston. 1824. 12°. (D 64) 

— Remarkable passages in the life of Col. J. Gar- 

diner ; with appendix relative to the family 
of the Munros of Fowlis. t.p.tc. 12°, 

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— Rise and progress of religion in the soul, 3d 

ed. New York, 1817. 12°. 

— Gtelic. [Tr, bv] P, Macpharlain. Edin,, 

1811. 12". 

— Sennons on the religious education of children. 

Portsmouth, N. H„ 1790. 8", 

— Another copy. (C 315) 

— Same. Boston, 1794. 8". (0 23) 

— Speech in the case of 8. Houston charged with contempt 

and breach of the privileges of the House. Wash., 
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— Three sermons on the evidences of the Christian re- 

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— Oktox, J. Memoir of the life and writings of 

D. London, 1766. 12°. 
Sermon, death of D. London, 1752. 8". (B 1242) 

Dodds, James. Fifty years' struggle of the Scot- 
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Dodge, Augustus Caesar. Speech on the Iowa land bill. 
Mar. 3 and 4, 1852. 7U.p. 8°. .(B 1505) 



Dodge, G. W. Account of a lightning discharge at Rerwell, 

Georgia. (In Smithsonian Inst. Ucport. 1867.) 
Dodge, J, R. AVcst Virginia ; its farms and forests, 

mines and oil wells, Phila., 1865, 12°. 
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Dodge, Marj- Abigail, of Hamilton, {pseud. Gail 
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— Cotintry living and countrv thinking. Bos- 

ton, 1862. 12°, 

— Gala-days, Boston, 1863, 12°, 

— New atmosphere, Boston, 1865, 12°, 

— Skirmishes and sketches, Boston, 1865. 12°. 

— Stumbling-blocks, Boston, 1864. 12°. 

— Summer rest, Boston, 1866, 12°, 

— Woman's worth and worthlessness. New York, 

1872 [1871]. 12°, 

— Woman's wrongs. Boston, 1868, 12°, 

— Wool gathering, Boston, 1867. 12°, 

Dodge, Nathaniel Shatswell, Sketches of New 

Eng.; by J. Carver [pseud.], N, Y„1842, 12°. 
Dodge, Eer. Nehemiah. A description of gospel ministers. 

Exeter. 1819. Vr. (0 221) 
Dodge, Oliver. See Correspondent, containing result of 

ecclesiastical council at Pomfret. 1792. 
Dodge, Paul. Poem, commencement of R. I. College. 

Providence. 1797. 8". (B 941) 
Dodge, Pickering. Painting, its rise and progress. 

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— Sculpture and the plastic art. Bost., 1850, 12°. 
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N. Y.. Jan. 21. N. Y.. 1853. 8". (B 1506) 

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Dodington, George Bubb, Baron of'Melcombe-Begis. 
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— Same. 3d ed. London, 1727. 8". (B 7S7) 

— Diarv of D., 1749-61 ; •with an app. pub. by 

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Dodslev, Robert, Chronicle of the Kings of Eng- 
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— Frmch. Chronique des rois d'Angleterre. par Nathan 

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— Annual register. See Annnal. 

— Cleone ; a tragedy. London, 1758. 8°. 

— Same. {In Bell's British theatre, v. 5. 1795.) 

— Collection of poems bv several hands. Lon- 

don, 1782. 6 V. 8°. 

— Description of the Leasowes, the seat of the late W. 

Shenstone. n.p., n.d. 12*. (O 276) 

— Fugitive pieces on various subjects, by several 

authors. London, 1761. 2 v. 81 
Contents. Vol. 1. Spence, J. Crito; a dialogue 
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— Lancaster, N. Essay on delicacy. 2. Barke, £. 
Vindication of natural society. — Clubbe, J. History 
and antiijuities of the ancient villa of WheatlieUl, Suf- 
folk. — Macpherson, J. Fragmeuts of ancient poetry, 
collected in tlie Higlilanda of Scotland. — Whitworth, 
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— King and miller of Mansfield. [Boston.] ji.d. 24°. (D44) 

— Same. {In Collection of farces, v. 3. 1792; — in 

Scott, Sir \V. British drama, v. 3. 1804; — and in 
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— Sajne. The miller, etc. Boston, n.d. 12°. (D 44) 

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— Same. Pt. 2. book 1. n.t.p. 8°. (D 16) 

— French. L'oeconomie, etc. ; tr. par M. Des- 

prefays. Londres, 1751. 12". 

Paraphrase on part of the Oicononiy, by J. 

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— Poems. (/7i Anderson. Brit, poets, v. 11. 1795.) 

— Rhetoric and poetry, extracted from the Pre- 

ceptor; for Univ. of Camb. liost., 1796. 12". 

Select collection of old plays. 2d ed. [with 

notes by I. Heed]. London, 1780. 12 v. 8". 

— Same. Newed. Notesby I. Reed, O. Gilchrist, 

and the editor [J. P. Collier]. London, 1825- 

27. 12 V. 8". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Prefaces. — Historia histrionica. — 
Bale, J. God's promises. — Heywood, J. The four 
P's. — Sackville, T., and Norton, T. Ferrex and Por- 
rex. — Edwards, li. Damon and Pithias. — New cus- 
toms. 2. Gammer Gurton's needle. —Lyly, J. Alex- 
ander and Oampaspe. — Wilmot, R. Tancred and 
Gismunda. — Gamier, R. Cornelia; tr. by T. Kyd. — 
Marlowe, C. Edward ii. 3. George a Greene, the 
pinner of Wakefield. — First part of Jeronymo. — 
Kyd, T. Spanish tragedy. — Dekker, T. The honest 
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— Chapman, G. All fools. — Jonson, B.. Marston, J., 
and Chapman, G. Eastward hoe. — Tourneur, C. 
Revenger's tragedy. — Machin, L. The dumb knight. 
5. Wilkins, G. Miseries of inforced marriage. — 
Brewer, A. Lingua; or. The combat of the tongue and 
the five senses. — Merry devil of Edmonton. — Mid- 
dleton, T. A mad world, my masters. — Barry, L. 
Ram-alley; op; Merry tricks. 6. Middleton, T., and 
Dekker, T. The roaring girl. — Chapman, G. 
Widow's tears. — Webster, J. White devil ; or. Vitto- 
ria Coronibona. — Tailor, R. The hog hath lost his 
pearl. — Heywood, T. Four prentices of London. — 
7. Cook, J. Green's Tu quoque. — Tomkis. Albu- 
mazar. — Heywood, T. A woman kill'd with kindness. 

— Rowley, W. A match at midnight. — Fisher, J. 
Fuimus Troes. the true Trojans. 8. Lodge, T. Wounds 
of civil war. — May, T. The heir. — Greene, R. Friar 
Bacon and Friar Bungay. — Marlowe, C. Jew of Malta. 

— Davenant, Sir W. The wits. 9. Nash, T. Will 
Summer's last will and testament. — Nabbes, T. Micro- 
cosmos. — Randolph, T. Muses' looking-glass. — 
Mayne, J. City match. — Habington, W. Queen of 
Arragon. 10. Marmion, S. Antiquary. — Suckling, 
Sir J. Goblins. — Cartwright, W. The ordinary.— 
Brome, R. Jovial crew ; or, Merry beggars. — May, T. 
The old couple. 11. Peele, G. Chronicle of Edward l. 

— Middleton, T. Mayor of Quinborough. — Grim, the 
collier of Croydon. — Davenport, R. City night cap. — 
Killigrew, T. Parson's wedding. 12. Tuke, Sir S. 
Adventures of five hours. — Digby, G., E. of Bristol. 
Elvira. — The widow. — Lydgate. Chichevache and 
bycome. — The worlde and the chylde. — Apius and 
Virginia. — Index. 

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Set al*o Arts (Fsefnl) ; — Baking ; — Bread; — 
Brewing ; — Cookery ; — Dining ; — Domestic medicine ; 

— Family; — Food; —Fuel ;— Furniture; —Kitchen; 

— Receipts ; — Servants ; — Ventilation. 

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— Haxdbook of domestic medicine; by an emi- 

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Donne curiose. Le. — Donne di buon umore. Le; commedia. 
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ContenU. Between you and me. — Man. m<anner8. 
and a story with a moral to it. — .\donis at home and 

abroad. Pts. 1. 2. — Remnants of stage dresses. Three 

acts and an epilogue. — Tiring-bowers of queens La 

mode in her birthplace. — Hats. — Wig? and their 

wearers. — Beards and their bearers. — Swords. 

Gloves, b — s, and buttons. — Stockings. — -if asks .ind 
faces'. — Puppets for grown gentlemen. — Touching 
t.iilors. — Why did the tailors choose St. William for 

their patron ? — The tailors measured by the poets. 

Sir .J. Hawkwood, the heroic tailor. — G, Dorfling. the 

martial tailor. — Adm. Hobson, the naval tailor. 

J. Stow, the antiquarian tailor. — .T. Speed, the antiqua- 
rian tailor. — S. Pepys the official tailor. — R. Rvan, 
the theatrical t.iilor. — P. Whitehead, the poet tftilor. — 
Mems. of merchant tailors. — Beaux. — Bean Fielding. 
Beau Xash. — Prince de Ligne. — Beau Brummell. — 
Doctors ready dressed. — Odd fashions. 

— Historj- of court fools. London, 1858. 8°. 

— Knights and their days. London, 1856. 8°. 

Contents!. Prologue. — Training of pages. — Knights 

at home. — I^ve in chevaliers, and chevaliers in love. 

Duelling, death, and burial. — The knights who 'grew 

tired of it'. — Female knights and .Jeanne Dare. 

Champions of Christendom. — Sir Guy of Warwick. 

Garteriana. — Foreign Knights of the Garter. Poor 

Knights of Windsor and their doings. — Knights of 

the Sainte Ampoule. — Order of the Holy Ghost. 

Jacques de Leiaing. — Fortunes of a knightly family'. 

Record of Rambouillet. — Sir John Faistaff. Stage 

knights. — Stage ladies and the romance of hiMory. 

Kings of England as knights. — 'The institution of a 
gentleman*. — Spanish match. — Recipients of knight- 
hood. — R. Carr. Page, and Guy Faux, Esq. — Ulrich 
von Hutten. — Sham knitthts. — Pieces of armour. 

— Lives of queens of England of the House of 

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Content*. Vol.1. Sophia Dorothea. — Caroline Wil- 
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— Monarchs retired from business. London, 

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— Canonized ex-kings. — Britain. Dethroned British 
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Germains. — Deposed monarchs of Scotl.and. — Ireland. 

— Wales and Man. — Franre. The Merovingian race 
and the lazy kingrs. — TheCarlovingiansand Charles the 
Fat. — House of Capet and Louis the Saint. — King 

John in the S.avoy. — The Bourbons and Charles x. 

Louis Philippe. — Cr>r*irn. Theodore. — A family of 
kings. — Holland. Wm. Frederick. — German Empire. 
Ch.irles the Fat. — Henry iv. — Charles v. — Ferdinand 
of -Austria. — Bohemia. The Winter king. — Hungary. 

Four deposed kings. — Bararia. Ludwig. the lover. 

Poland. Early abdications. — John Casiroirv. — Stan- 



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islausLeczinski. — Stanislaus Poniatowski. 2. Rome. 

— Eastern Empire. Grave or cloister. — Byzantine 
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— Monarclis among the monks. — The Comneni. — More 
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— Papal dynasty. — Three Pii. — liunHia. The Czars. 

— Ivan VI. — Sardinia. Victor Amadens I. — Three 
crownless kings. — Scandinavia. Eric ix. — Christian 
II. — Sweden. Story of Eric Xiv. — Christina. — Gus- 
taviis IV. — Spain. Philip v. —Charles IV. — Portugal. 
Sancho ll. — Alphonso Vl. — Turkey. The two Baja- 
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— Lettres en vers, et oeuvres melees, Paris, 1792. 

2 V. 16°. 

— Le malheureux imag. ; com. Paris, 1777. 18°. 

— Les malheurs de I'inconstance ; ou Lettres de 

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— Regulus ; et La feinte par amour, com, Paris, 

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— Victimes de I'amour ; prec. d'une piece sur la 

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— Voyage to northwest of California, etc. (In Hak- 

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Drake, Francis. Eboracum ; history of York. 
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Drake, George. Voyage to the Isle of Ramea, 1593. (/» 
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Drake, Dr. James. History of the last Parliament. — Con- 
siderations relating to all future elections of mem- 
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Drake, John. Voyage up the river Plate, 1582. (In Hak- 
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Drake, Joseph Rodman. The culprit fay. New 

York, 1859. 16". 
Drake, Nathan. Journal of the first and second 

seiges of Pontefract, 1644-45. London, n.d, 

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Drake, Xathan, Vicar of Wd/jhton. Sermon against false 

weights and balances, at Sheffield. Jan. 10, 1696/97, 

London. 16J7. 4". (B 1339) 

Drake, Nathan, M.D. Essays, biographical, critical, 
and historical, illustrative of the Rambler, 
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2 V. 12°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. On the taste which had been gen- 
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tion. — Enumeration of the periodical papers written 
during the publication of the Tatler. Spectator, and 
Guardian. — Literary life of Dr. Johnson. 2. Lit. 
life of Dr. Hawkesworth. — Sketches of occasional con- 
tributors. — On other periodical papers. — Table of 
period, papers. 1709-1809. 

— Essays, biographical, critical, and historical, 

illustrative of the Tatler, Spectator and 
Guardian. London, 1805. 3 v. 12°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. General obs. on periodica! writing, 
and state of literature at the commencement of the 
Tatler. 1709. — Biog sketch, obs. on the style. ta»tt;,etc., 
of Steele. — Biog. sketch of Addison. 2. On English 
styles, and on the style, eir.. and mor.il tendency of Ad- 
dison. 3. Biog. and critical sketches of the occasion- 
al correspondents of Steele and Addison. — Tables, ex- 
hibiting at one view the proportions of the severalcon- 
tributors to the Tatler, Spectator and Guardian. Ef- 
fects of the Tatler, Spectator, etc.. on taste, literature, 
and morals. 

— The gleaner; periodical essays, selected from 

scarce or neglected volumes, with introd. and 
notes. London, 1811. 4 v. 8". 

— Literary hours ; or. Sketches, critical, narrative, 

and poetical. (Vol. 1, 2, 3d ed.) London, 
1804. 3 V. 8°. 

— Mornings in spring ; retrospections, biog., criti- 

cal, and historical. London, 1828. 2 v. 8°. 

Cojitents. Vol. 1. Moral and literary associations 

con. with the spring of the year. — Influence of an early 

acquired love for literature. — Epistles of Pliny. 

The Cliffords of Craven. — Memoirs of Sir Ph. Sidney 
and his sister; on their version of the Psalms. — The 
banks of E.-<k; Drummond of Hawthorndeti. Uanisay, 
Mackenzie, Sir W. Scott. — Biog. notice of J. M. Good. 
2. Chaucer, Dunbar, and Burns compared. — Ossian 
as drawn by the Irish bards: Miss Brooke's Reliques ot 
Irish poetry. — Biog. sketch of R. Hole, with remarks 

on his 'Arthur'. — Milton and Galileo. — Sonnet. 

Collins's "Bell of Arragon' completed. 



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— Noontide leisure ; or, sketches in nature, inch 

a tale of the days of Shakespeare, London, 

1824. 2 V. 8". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Summer's noon favorable to medi- 
tation. — Montcheiisey. a tale of the days of Sliak- 
speare. — Obs. on an anonymous version of -Les jardins 
par De Lille'. — Notices, bio^. and critical of W. Ala- 
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2. On a feature in the poetry of Horace; original 
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Montchensey, conlin. — On the minor poems of Beau- 
mont. 

— Shakespeare and his times. Lond., 1817. 2 v, 4", 

— Winter nii^hts ; or. Fire-side lucubrations, Lon- 

don, 1820, 2 V. 12", 
Content'^. Vol. 1. Happiness of an English fire-side. 

— Kirton priory, a tale. — Inscription for the tomb of 
Guthrun the Dane, in St. Mary's Church, Hadleigh. — 
On -Scenes of infancy' by Leyden. — Life and martyr- 
dom of Dr. R. Taylor. — Love of Country and of home. 

— Mary of Hadleigh, a tale in verse, 2. Feelings of 
regret in a long absence from our country and home. — 
Kirton priory. < ontin. — On -Odes and other poems' of 
H. Neale. — On the Eng. trans, of Tasso's 'Gerusa- 
lemme Liberata'. — On the -Domestic liours' of C. 
Neale. — On 'The Vale of Slaughden', by J. Bird. — 
On returning home after absence; domestic sonnets. 

Drake, Samuel Gardner. Annals of witchcraft in 
New England and elsewhere in the United 
States, Boston, 1869. 4°, 

— Book of the Lidians, 8th ed, with add, Bos- 

ton, 1841, 8", 

— Historical memoir of the colony of New Plymouth. 

Parts, (/w Baylies, F. Hist, mem., v. 2. 18G6.) 

— History and antiquities of Boston. Boston 

1856. [1852-56]. 8°. 

— Indian biography. Boston, 1832. 12", 

2^ote. This is the 8th ed. of the -Indian biography'. 

— Memoir of Cotton Mather ; with a geneal, of 

the family of Mather, Boston, 1851, 8°, 

— Old Indian chronicle ; n coll, of tracts pub, 

in time of King Philip's war; added, an 
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Contents the same as in the ed. of 1S67, omitting Drake's 
Origin, News from N. Eng . and Further brief narration 
and adding Drake, S. G. Chronicles of the Indians of 
America, from its first discovery to the present time 
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— Same. Boston, 1867, 4", 

Contents. Drake. S. 6. Origin of Indian wars; par- 
tic, of king Philip's war. — The present state of N.Eng. 
with respect to the Indian war, 167.5; by a mereliant of 
Boston. London. 1675. — S., N. Continuation of the 
state of N. England; a fartlier account of the Indian 
warr. Nov. 1675 - Feb. 167V6; with an account of the 
intended rebellion of the negroes in tlie Barbadoes. [bv 
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N. England: being a continued account of the bloody 
Indian war, March- August 1676. London. 1676. — True 
account of the occurrences that have happened in the 
warre between the English and tlie Indians in N. Eng 
May 1676 - Aug. London, 1076. — H., H. The warr in 
N. Eng. visibly ended. London, 1677. — News from N. 
Eng., a true account of the present bloody wars be- 
twixt the infidels, natives, and the English Christians 
and converted Indi.ans of N. Eng., etr. London. 1676. — 
Further brief and true narration of the late wars risen 
in N. England. London. 1676, 

— Particular history of the five years' French 

and Indian war in New England and parts 
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— Recovery of materials for the early history of 

Dorchester, Boston, 1851, 8°, 

— Result of researches among British archives 

rel, to the founders of New England, Bos- 
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— Review of Winthrop's journal as edited by J, 

Sava*e, Boston, 1854, 8°, 

A^ote. The last three are from the "N. E, hist, 
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— Some memoirs of Th. Prince, Boston, 1851, 8", 



— Tragedies of the wilderness ; Indian captives, 

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— Rogers. R. — Goodwin, Mehitable. — Toogood. T. — 
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— The witchcraft delusion in New England ; with 

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invisible world. 

Drake, W. Richard. Notes on Venetian ceramics. 

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London, 1842. 8". (Shakespeare Soc.) 



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— ttldipus Judaicus. New ed. revised. London, 

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— Origines ; or, Remarks on the origin of empires, 

states and cities. London, 1824-29. 4 v. 8". 
Drummond, Rev. Wm. Hamilton. Ancient Irish 
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— Charge at the'ordin.ation of J. Martineau. (/ji Marti- 

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— Original sin, an essay. London. 1832. 8°. (B 1367) 

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Drvunmond family. Drake, N. Drummond of Haw- 

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Drunkard's looliing glass. The; by M. L. Weems. 2d ed. 

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Drunken Barnaby's four journeys to the north of 

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— Heiibekt, H. H. M., Earl of Carnarvon. Rec- 

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De notione vocum Tenzil etTawil in libris qui ad Dru- 

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Druzbacka, Elzbieta. Poezye. W Lipsku, 1837. 

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— Gr. Britain. Admiralty. Report of a com- 

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— Papworth, J. Causes of dry rot in buildings. 

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Dry sticks fagoted. See Landor, W. 8. 
Dryander, Jonas. Catalogus bibliotheca; historico- 
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Contents. Vol.1. Scriptores generales. 2. Zoologi. 
3. Botanici. 4. Mineralogi. 5. Supplementum et 
index auctorum. 
Dryburgh Abbey. Liber S. Marie de Dryburgh ; 
registrum cartarum abbacie Premonstratcnsis 
de Dryburgh. Edin., 1867. 4". 

Note. This copy contains merely the Preface, 
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— LiZARS, W. II. (In his Abbeys of Teviotdale. 1832.) 
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Dryden, A. E. Constitution of Jersey ; legislative 

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Dryden, John. Works ; with notes and a life by 
W. Scott. London, 1808. 18 v. 8". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Life. 2. Wild gallant. — Rival 
ladies. — Indian queen. — Indian emperor. — Secret 
love; or, Maiden queen. 3. Sir Martin Mar-All. — 
Tempest; or. Enchanted island. — An evening's love. — 
Tyrannic love. 4. Almanzor and Almahlde; or. Con- 
quest of Granada. — Marriage-a-la-mode. — The assig- 
nation : or, Love in a nunnery. 5. Amboyna. — Slate 
of innocence; or. Fall of man. — Anreiig-Zebe. — All 
for love. 6. Limberham. — QJdipns. — Troilus and 
Cressida. — Spanish friar; or. Double discovery. 7. 
Duke of Guise. — Albion and Albanius. — Don Sebas- 
tian. 8. Amphitryon. — King Arthur. — Cleomenes. 

— Love triumphant. — Prologue, song, secular masque, 
etc. 9. Poems, historical and political. Annus mira- 
bilis. — Absalom and Achitophel. — The medal. 10. 
Religio laici. — Threnodia augustalis. — Hind and 
panther. — Britannia rediviva. — Prologues and epi- 
logues. — Mac-Flecknoe. 11. Epistles. — Elegies 
and epitaphs. — Odes, lyrical pieces. — Fables, tales 
from Chaucer. — Translations from Boccace. 12. 
Translations from Ovid's epistles; — Metamorphoses; — 
Art of love; — from Theocritus; — Lucretius; — Hor- 
ace; — Homer. 13. Juvenal. — Persius. — Virgil's 
Pastorals. 14. Georgics, ^neis, tr. from Virgil. 15. 
Contin. of ^neis. — Poems ascribed to Dryden. — Origi- 
nal prose works. 16. Life of St. Francis Xavier. 17. 
Life of Plutarch. — Specimen of the translation of 
[Maimbourg's] 'History of the league'. — Controversy 
between Dryden and Stillingfleet concerning the Duchess 
of York's paper. — Du Fresnoy, C. A. Art of painting. 
18. Preface to a dialogue cone, women. — Character of 
M. St. Evremont. — Character of Polybius. — Life of 
Lucian. — Dryden's letters. — Index. 

— Poetical works ; with life by J. Mitford. Bos- 

ton, 1854. 5 V. 16" 
Contents. Vol. 1. Life. — Astraea redux. — Annus 
mirabilis. — Absalom and Achitophel. pt. 1, and other 
poems. 2, Absalom and Achitophel. pt. 2. — ThX; 
medal. — Religio laici. — Threnodia augustalis. — 
Hind and the panther. — Britannia rediviva. — Mac 
Flecknoe. — Epistles. — Elegies and epitaphs. 3. 
Songs, odes, and a masque. — Prologues and epilogues. 

— Translations from Theocritus. Lucretius, and Horace. 

— Palamon and Arcite. — The cock and the fox. 4. 
The tlower and the leaf. — Wife of Bath, — Trans, from 
Boccace ; — from Ovid's Metamorphoses. 5. Tr. from 
Ovid's Epistles, and Art of love ; — from Juvenal, Per- 
sius, Homer, Art of poetry, etc. 



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— Absalom and Achitophel. London, 1682, f. 

— All for love, (/n Bell's Brit, theatre, v. 16. 1797; — 

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— Amphitryon, (/n Bell's Brit, theatre, v. 21. 1797.) 

— Same. Alt. by VV^oodward. Lond., 1777. 12°. (D 46) 

— Comedies, tragedies, and operas. London, 

1701. 2 V. (v. 2 w.). P. 
Content*. Vol. 1. An essay on dramatic poesie. — 
Wild gallant. — Rival ladies. — Indian emperor. — 
Secret love; or, The maiden queen. — Sir Martin Marr- 
AU. — Tempest; or. Enchanted island. — Evening's 
love. — Tyrannic love. — Almanzor and Alm.ihtde; or. 
Conquest of Gran.-ula. — Harriage-a-la-mode. — The 
assignation ; or. Love in a nunnery. — Amboyna. — 
State of innocence; or. Fall of man. 

— Fables ; ^-ith engr. [by] Lady Beauclerc, Lon- 

don, 1797. f. 

— Themedall. London, 1682. 4°. 

— The 1st part of miscellany poems ; by the most 

eminent hands, oth ed. London, 1727. 12". 

— Poems. {In Anderson, It. Brit, poets, v. 6. 1795; — 

Campbell, T. Brit, poets, v. 4. 1819; — and in. 
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— Reed, H. (/« hi* Lect. on Brit. poeU, v. 1. 1857.) 

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military library, modem tactics. Phila., 

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— Esaminatioo of the question. Who is the writer of the 

two forged letters to the President attributed to J. 
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— Hand-book for infantry. 4th ed. Phila., 1813. 8°. 

— Hand-book for riflemen. 2ded. PhUa.,1813. 8". 

— History of the French revolution. Vol. 1 [the 

only one published] . Phila., 1798. 4°. 

— Internal improvements bv means of roads, canals, etc, 

{In Phil. Agric. Soc. 'Mem., v. 3. 1814.) 

— Letter to G. Washington, cont. strictures on his address 

of Sept. 17. 1796; by J. Dwight [pseud.]. Phila., 
1796. 8". (B 356, 628) 

— Mississippi question ; report of a debate in 

the senate of the U. S., Feb. 23-25, 1803. 
Phila., 1803. 8". 

— Other copie*. (B 356, 405) 

— The Mississippi question fairly staled. Phila., 1803. 8". 

(B623) 

— Politics for American farmers. Wash., 1807. 8° 

— Same. {In B 1750) 

— Samp-son against the Philistines; or. The reformation of 

lawsuits made easy, etc. Phila., ISOo. 8". (B 427) 

— Some. 2ded. Phila.. 1805. 8°. (B 354, 356, 1699,1750) 

— Select pamphlets. Phila., 1814. 8". (B 1750) 

Contents. Daane, W. Sampson against the Philis- 
tines. 2d ed. 1805. — Daane, W. Politics for Amer. farm- 
ers. Wash.. 1807. — Doane, W. Erperience the test of 
fovernment. 1807. — Paine, T. Dissertation on the 
rst principles of government : with a speech, July 7, 
103. (5. 7. 74.) 



1795. Paris, an in. — Doane, W. J. Law of naUons. 
1809. — Paine, T. Decline and fall of the English 
system of doance. 179«. — Barlow, J. Advice to the 
privileged orders in the several states ofEurope. Pt. 2. 
Paris, 1793. — Barlow, J. To his fellow citizens of the 
U. S. Paris. 1801. — Account of Louisiana. 1803. 

JTote. The title-page alone was printed in 1814; the 
pamphleU were issued earlier as dated, all but four at 
Philadelphia. 

— A visit to Colombia, 1822-23. Phila., 1826. 8*. 

— ed. See Aurora. 

— Catalogue of the library of the late W. D. Phila.. 

1836. 8«. (B 1148) 
Doane, William John. Law of nations investi- 
gated in a popular manner. Phila., 1809. 8°. 

— Another copy. (B1750) 

— Letters to the people of Penn. resp. the internal im- 

provement of the commonwealth by means of roads 
and canals. Phila.. 181L 8°. (B 439) 

— Narrative and correspondence cone, the removal 

of the deposites. Phila., 1838. 8°. 
Du Barry, Marie Jean Gomard' de Vaubemier, 
comtesse. Caxtrel. E. NouveUes k la main 
sur la comtesse du Barry trouvees dans lea 
papiers du comte de **• ; introd. par A. 
Houssaye. Paris, 1861. 8". 

— Capefigce, J. B. H. R. Madame la comtesse 

du Barry. Paris, 1862. 18". 

— La Mothe-Laxgox. Memoires de la comtesse 

du BaiTV. Paris, 1845. 5 v. 8°. 
Du Bartas, G. de S. See Saluste dn Bartas, G. de. 
Du Bellay, Guillaume. Memoirs. See Da Bellay, Martin. 
Da Bellay, .Joachim. Poemes. {/« Augais, P. It. Poetes 

francais. v. 4. 1824; — and in Annales poetiques, 

v,4, 1778.) 

— The visions of Bellay. {In Spenser, E. Works, v. 7. 

1805.) 

— Cary, H. F. {In hi* Early French poeU. 1846.) 

— NiCERON, .LP. (/« Ai« Mem., V. 16. XlZl; and. Germ., 

V. 12. 1755.) 
Dn Bellay, Martin. Memoires depuis I'an 1513 jasques an 
trespas du Francois I. ausqucis I'auteur a insere 
trois livres etquelques fragmens des Ogdoades de G. 
Du Bellay: mis en lumiere par Rene Du Bellay. 
{In Perrin. Col. univ. des mem., v. 17-19. 1786: — 
Petitot. Col. des mem., v. 17-19. 1821; — and in 
Michaud and Ponjonlat. Nonv. col. v. 5. 1S>4.) 
Dubeux, Louis, and Valmont, V. Tartaric. Be- 
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Dabief, L. F. Fabricant de cidre et de poire. 
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Dublanchet, le docteur. Etude cUnique sur les plaies 

du globe oculaire. Paris, 1866. 8°. 
Dnbled, Alex. Exposition de la nonvelle doctrine sur la 

maladie venerienne. Paris, 1829. 8". (B 1053) 
Dublin. Armstrong, J. History of Presbyterian 
churches in D. (/« Martinean, J. Ordination. 1829.) 

Daw^OX W. Plan for three harbonrs, Howth-town, 

Holy-Head, Dunleary. Dublin, 1809. 8". (B 1744) 

Gii3ERT, J. T., ed. Historic and municipal 

documents of Ireland, 1172-1320; from the 
archivesof the city of Dublin. Lond.,1870. 8". 

■ Haliday'. C. On the ancient name of Dublin. {In 

Roy, Irish Acad. Trans., v. 22. 1855.) 

Her majestv's prerogative in Ireland, and the rights, 

laws. andliberties of Dublin. Lond.. 1712. S". (B755) 

State of parties in Dublin. {In Shell, B. L. 

Sketches, legal and political, v. 1. 2. 1855.) 

Warbcrtox, J., atid others. History of the 

city of Dublin. London, 1818. 2 v. 4". 
Dnhlin Ho"nse of Recovery or Fever Hospital. ReporU 
from trustees, managing comm., and physicians. 
Dublin, 1806. 8". (B 735) 
See also Afternoon lectures ; — King's and Queen's 
College of Physicians ; — Royal Irish Academy ; — 
Society for Promoting Eng. Prot. Schools in Ireland; 
— Society of United Irishmen. 



DUBLIN 



814 



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Dablin, Richard, Arhp. of. See Whately. 
Dublin, N. //. [Papers relating to the cases of 
E. F. Abbott, etc.] 
Nameli/. Bill of complaint of the Trinitarian Cong. 
Soc. in Dublin vs. L. W. Leonard. — Ameiidments in 
Chancery; Edw. F. Abbott ft als. vs. Wm. F. Bridge 
et uls. — John Sullivan, Att. Gen., coniphiinunt, rv. 
the town of Dublin, the First Cong. Soc. in Dublin. L. 
W. Leonard and W. F. Bridge, def. — E. F. Abbott et 
als. vs. W. F. Bridge et als. Exceptions to answer of 
the town of Dubliir; tiled. Nov. 17, 1856. MS. — Abbott 
et al. vs. Bridge et at. — Depositions of B. Crombie, etc.. 
MS. — The Attorney General vx. Dublin et als. — Abbott 
et al. vs. Bridge et als. in Chan. — Dablin suit. Sup. 
jud. court, for counties of Cheshire and Sullivan. Con- 
cord. 1858. — Same. [Argument for the respondents.] 
Keene. N. H. 1859. — Same. Reply to the argument of 
the defendants' counsel. Nashua. 1859. — The Dublin 
suit. [From] vol. 38 N. H. reports. Concord. 18t>0. 
■ — Abbot et al. vs. Dublin et al. The Dublin suit 
decided in the supreme judicial court of New Hamp- 
shire. June 1859. Concord, 1860. 8". (B 1439) 
Dublin International Exhibition. Illustrated rec- 
ord and descriptive catalogue, 1865; com- 
piled and ed. by H. Parkinson and P. L. 
Simmonds. London, 1866, 2°. 
Dublin iournal of medical science. Vol. 11-26, 28. 
Dublin, 1837-45. 17 v. 8". 
Aote. This is contitiued as Dublin quarterly journal 
of medical science. 
Dublin medical and phvsical essays. Vol. 1, no. 1. March 
1807. cB 826) — Vol. 1, no. 2. June 1807. (B 824) 
Dublin quarterly journal of medical science. Vol. 

1-46. Dublin, 1846-68. 46 v. 8°. 
Dublin review. Vol. 1-52, 1836-63 ; n.s., v. 1-20. 

1863-73. London. 1836-73. 72 v. 8". 
Dublin Society. Extracts from essays [on] the culture and 

manufacture of flax. ?).;>., [17— ]. 8". (B 924) 
Dublin, University of. Catalogue of graduates, to 
Dec. 16, 1868. Dublin, 1869. 8". 

Dublin problems ; questions at the general 

examinations, 1816-22 ; succeeded by an ac- 
count of the fellowship examination in 1823. 
I;ondon, 1823. 8°. 

Taylor, W. B. S. History of the University 

of Dublin. London, 1845. 8°. 
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Dublin University magazine. Dublin, 1833-73. 

82 V. 8". 
Duboccage, Mme. Marie Anne T-e Page. La colom- 
biade; poeme. Paris, 1756. 8°. 

S'ame. Paris, 1758. 8". 

Dubocq. Sondages du Sahara oriental de la province de 
Constaiitine. {In France. Coin. Imj). deV Expos, 
de 1867. Rapports du jury. v. 8.) 
Dubois, valet de Louis xill. Mort de Louis xill. {In Mi- 
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Dubois, Charles. Epitome of Lamarck's arrange- 
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Du Bois, Charles. Nouvelles d'atelier. Paris, 
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Contents. L'intendante. — Poste-restante. — Lcs 
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Dubois, Frederic. Report on animal magnetism. {In 

Dunglison, R. Med. mon.. v. 1. 1838.) 
Du Bois, (ierard. Niceron. J. P. {In his Mem., v. 5. 

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Dubois Godefroid. Taenia. (/« LinnaetlB, C. Amcen.acad., 

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Dubois, Gnillaume, Card. Memoires secrets et corre- 
spond, incd. ; rec. par L. de Sevelinges. 
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Albmbf.RT. J. le R. d'. {In his (Euvres, v. 10. 1805.) 

CAPKFiGrE, J. B. H. R. Card. Dubois et la re- 

sencede Philippe d'Orleans. Pans, 1861. 18°. 

Crowf,. E. E., and James. G. P. R. {fn their Lives 

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Du Bois, J- P- J- ^'ies des gouverncurs hollandois 
aux Indes Orientales. La Haye, 1763. 4°. 



Dubois {Lat. Sylvius), Jacques. Nicekon. J. P. {In his 
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Du Bois {Lat. a Bosco), Jean. Niceron, J. P. {In hia 
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Dubois, Jean Antoine, I'abhe. Character, manners, 
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2 V. 8°. 

— Hough, J. Reply to D., on the state of Christ- 

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Dubois, Leon Jean Joseph. Description des objets 

d'art qui composent le cabinet de V. Denon. 

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Du Bois, Philippe. Niceron, J. P. {In Jiia Mem., v. 16. 

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DuBois, Pierre. Renan. J. E. Un pnbliciste. 1300-1308. 

{/n Revue d. D. Mondes, feb.. mars 1871.) 
Dubois, Robert P. Discourse on the history of the Presby- 
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12«. (C221) 
Du Bois, Wm. Ewing, a?i<f Eckfeldt, J. B. Manual 

of gold and silver coins of all nations. 

Phila., 1842. 4". 
Dubois de Chemant, Nicolas. On artificial teeth. 

London, 1804. 8". 
Dubois de Jancigny, Adolphe Philibcrt. Japon, 

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— and Raymond, X. L'Inde. Paris, 1845. 8'^. 

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Dubois-Fontanelle, Jean Gaspard. Le naufrage et 
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— Eng. Surprizing voyages of P. Viaud ; added, 

The shipwreck, by W. Falconer. Phila., 

1774. 12". 
Shipwreck and adventures of P. Viaud ; trans. 

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1799. 18". 
Dubois-Goibaud or Dubois de la Cour, Philippe. Nice- 
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Du Bois Reymond, Emil Heinrich. Untersuchun- 

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— The time required for the trsmsmission of volition and 

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— Muei.leu, J. Animal electricity ; an abstract 

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Dubos, Jean Baptiste. Critical reflections on poe- 
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progress of the theatrical entertainments of 
the ancients ; tr. by T. Nugent. London, 
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— De I'etablissementde la monarchie fran^oise; fragment. 

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— Histoire critique de rctablisscment de la mon- 

archic frangoise dans les Gaules. Paris, 1734. 

3 V. 40. 

— Histoire de la ligue faite k Cambrai, contre la 

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2 V. 12°. 

— Aile.mbert. J. le R. d'. {In his (Euvres, v. 9. 1805.) 

See also Thouret, J. G. Abrcge des revolutions de 
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Du Bosc, Pierre Thomines. Sermons sur divers 
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tr. London, 1757. 2 v. 8°. 



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Dabost, Christopher. Elements of commerce; sys- 
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Daboarg, A. New men and old acres; a comedy. Se« 
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— Same, Ilydraulique et pvrodvnamique. Xouv. 

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Dubuque, lotra. Northern Iowa Sanitary Fair, 
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— Les six aventures. Paris, 1857. 18°. 

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— Xumeroas articles.] {In the Revne d. D. Mondes.) 
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ConUnls. Vol. 1. A - B. 2. C - D. 3. 
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— Glossarium novtun sen suppl. ; col. D. P. Car- 

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ConUniJ). Vol. 1. A - C. 2. D - M. 3. 
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— Same. Auct. a monachis ord. S. Benedicii cum 

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— Des assemblees eoleranclk-s des rois de France, pour 

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— Dissertations sur l' -Histoire de S. Louys' de Joinville. 

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— Histoire de 1' empire de Constantinople sous les 

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— DiEFEXBACH, L. Suppltmeiittun lexici mediae 

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Dacarel, Andrew Coltee. Kepertory of the endow- 
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Du Cellier, Florent. Histoire des classes labor- 

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— Lost in the jungle. New York. 1870. 16". 

— Mv Apingi kingdom, with life in the great 

"Sahara. New York. 1871. 8". 

— Stories of the gorilla country. New Y'ork, 

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DuchaU .Tames. Letter to Taylor. 1772. See Graham, W. 

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Duchatelet, A. J. B. B. Parent. See Parent-Duchatelet. 
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Phila., 1775. 8°. (B 47, 360) 

— Discourses on various subjects. 3d ed. Lon- 

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— Human life a pilerimage; sermon, death of R. Penn. 

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— Antonia; tr. by V. Vaughan. Bost., 1870. 12°. 

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— Autour de la table. Paris, [186-]. 18°. 

— Le beau Laurence.] Etiy. Handsome La A^Tence ; 

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It'oU. From Revue d. D. Mondes, aout - nov. 1865. 

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— Ce que dit le niissean. (/n Revue d. D. Mondes, sept. 

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— Cesarine Dietrich ; tr. by E. Stanwood. Bos- 

ton, 1871. 8°. 

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— Le compagnon du tour de France. Paris, 

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— Comtesse de Kudolstadt. Xouv. ed. Paris, 

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A'ote. Sequel to Consuelo. 

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— La confession d'une jeune fille. Paris, 1865. 

2 V. 18° 
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— La demiere Aldini. Paris, 1857. 18°. 

Contfvtt. La demiere Aldini (from Revue d. D. M., 
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— Le drac. (In Revue d. D. Mondes. nov. 1861; and in 

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— Eglogue napolitaine. (In Revue d. D. M., sept. 1839.) 

— Elleetlui. (/« Revue d. D. Mondes, Jan. -mars 1859.) 

— La famille de Germandre. 2eed. Paris, 1862. 

18°. 

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— Gabriel. (In Revue d. D. Mondes, juillet - aout 1838. 

— Gallerie des femmes de George Sand ; avec un 

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— George de Guerin. (In Revue d. D. Mondes. mai 

1840; and in her Derniere Aldini.) 



- Handsome Lawrence. See, back. 'Beao'. 

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- L'homme de neige. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1861. 

3 V. 18°. 

JVbte. From Revue d. D. M., juln - sept. 1858. 

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Boston, 1871. 8°. 

- Horace. Paris, 1857. 18°. 

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- Jacques. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1857. 18°. 

- Jeanne. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1858. 18°. 

- Jean de la Roche. '(In Revue d. D. Mondes, oct - 

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- Journal d'un voyageur pendant la guerre de 1870. (In 

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- Laura; voyages et impressions. Paris, 1865. 18" 

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- Lettres d'un oncle. (In Revue d. D. Mondes, Jan. 

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- Lettres d'un voyageur. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

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A'ate. From Revue d. D. Mondes, jan. - mars 1868. 

- Mile. La Quintinie. 2e ed. Paris, 1863. 18°. 

Xote. From Revue d. D. Mondes, mars - mai 1863. 

- Les maitres mosaistes. Nouvelle ed. Paris, 

1861. 18°. 

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- La mare au diable. Nouv. ed. ParLs 1858. 18°. 

- Marielle ; comedie. (In htr Theatre de Xohant. 1864.) 

- Marquis de Villemer. Paris, 1861. 18°. 

- Same. Tr. by Ralph Keeler. Boston, 1871. 8<l 

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- Same. Paris. 1853. 8°. 

Xote. From Revue d. D. Mondes, avr. -join 
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- Erig. Tr. by V. Vaughan. Boston, 1870. 12°. 

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h(r Lelia.) 

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- Monsieur Sylvestre. Paris, 1866. 2e ed. 18°. 

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- Mouny-Robin. (In Revue d. D. Mondes, juin 1845; 

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- Les morts. (In Revue d. D. Mondes. juillet 1836.) 

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— L'Orco. {In Revue d. D. Mondes, mars 1838 ; and in 

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— Pauline. (/» Revue d. D. Mondes, dec. 1839 - Jan. 

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— Lc pave. (/« Revue d. D. Mondes, aout 1861; and in 

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— Le peche de M. Antoine. Paris, 1857. 2 v. 161 

Contents. Vol. 1, 2. Le peche de M. Antoine. 
2. Pauline. — L'Orco. 

— La petite Fadette, Paris, 1858. 16°. 

— Le piccinino. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1857. 16° 

— Pierre qui roule. {In Revue d. D. Mondes, mal - oct. 

1869.) 

— Plutus. (In Revue d. D. Mondes, jau. 1863; andinher 

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1863. 8° 

— Preface. (/;i Senancourt.E. P. de. Obermann. 1863.) 

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— Le secretaire intime. — Mattea. — La vallee 

noire. Paris, 1857. 16°. 

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— Simon. — La marquise. — Monsieur llousset. — 

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— Tevcrino. — Leone Leoni. Nouv. ed. Pans, 

1856. 16°. 

— Thefitre de Nohant. Paris. 1864. 16°. 

Contents. Le drac, reverie fantastique. — Plutus 
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dialoguee. — La nuit de Noel, fantaise d'apres Hoffman. 
— Marielle, comedie. 

Le theatre ital. et Mile. Garcia. {In Revue d. D. 

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L'Uscoque. (/;i Revue d. D. Mondes, mai -juil. 1838.) 

— Valentine. Nouv. serie. Paris, 1856. 18°. 
_ Valvedre. 2e ed. Paris, 1861. 18°. 

Note. From Revue d. D. Mondes. mars -juin 1861. 
_ La ville noire. Paris, 1861. 18°. 

Note. From the Revue d. D. Mondes. avr. - mai 1860. 

Voyage d'un moineau de Paris. {In Scenes de la vie 

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ISA.\C. le bibliophile, pnend. Etude bibliog. sur les 

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LOMfiSIE. L. de. {In hii Sketches. 1841.) 

Mazade.C. de. G. Sand; ses memoires et sa theatre. 

{In Revue d. D. Mondes, mai 1857.) 

Mazzisi. J. {/nhin Life, v. 6. 1870.) 

PtANCiiE, G. .Jacques, {fn Revue d. D. Mondes, oct. 

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Sainte-Beuve, C. a. {In his Causeries, v. 1. 1851.) 

Thackeray, W. M. Mme. Sand and the new apoca- 
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Dudevant, L. Ilyacinthe. Tableau analytique des 
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Dadley, Alice. Duchess Dudley. Adlaud, G. {In his 
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See also Dadley, Sir II. 
Dudley, B. \V. Transylvania journal of medicine and the 
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Dadley, Bate. The woodman; a comic opera. {In Lon- 
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Dudley, Mrs. Blandina. Letter. See Dudley Observatory. 

Inauguration. 
Dudley, C. S. Analysis of the system of the Bible 

Society. London, 1821. 8". 
Dudley, Dean. Cambridge directory for 1865-66. 

Camb., n.d. 8°. 

— Dudley genealogies and family records. Boston, 

1848. 8". 

— History of the Council of Nice, a. d. 325. Bos- 

ton, "i860. 8". 

— Pictures of life in England and America. Bos- 

ton, 1851. 12°. 
Dudley, Dud. S.miles, 8. {In his Indust. biog. 1863.) 
Dudley, Rev. Sir Henry Bate. A few obs. resp. the present 
state of the poor; defects of the poor-laws. Lon- 
don. 1802. S". (B 1410) 

— Rival candidates. {I/i Col. of most esteemed farces, 

v. 4. 1792.) 

— Short address to Wm. Ld. Primate of Ireland, recom- 

mendatory of some commutation of tiie tythes of 
that country. {In Pamphleteer, 1815; v. 6 of B838) 
Dudley, J. G. Cotton; paper on the growth, trade, 
and manufacture of cotton. New York, 
1853. 8°. 

— Same. (/» Amer. Geog. Statist. Soc. Bui., v. 1. 1853.) 
Dudley, Ladi/ Jane (Grey). Chromclk of Queen 

Jane, and of two years of Queen Mary, and 

the rebellion of Sir T. Wyat ; by a resident 

in the Tower of London ; ed. by J. G. Nichols. 

London, 1850. 4°. (Camden Soc, v. 48.) 
Dudley, John, J..V. Seimon before the Univ., June 28, 

on institution of C. Buchanan. Camb., 1807. 4". 

(B 1263) 
Dudley, liev. John. Discourse on means of revival, at 

Quechee. Vt. "Windsor, 1829. 8°. CB 1288) 

— Shall we save the country; thanksgiving sermon at 

Quechee Village, Nov. 27. Woodstock, 1845. 8°. 
(B 1254) 
Dudley, Joseph, Gov. of Mass. Letter to O. Mather, rela- 
tive to a fossil tooth, 1706. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Col., v. 2. 1793.) — Qneen Anne's instructions to 
Gov. Dudley. 1702. {In v. 29.) — Lifter dated. 1716. 
The Dudley papers: Letter of .lames li; — Letter 
of S. Stoddard to J. D. {In v. 32. 1854.) 

— News from New England. See D., O. 

— Moore. J. B. {In his Mem. of Amer. gov., v. 1. 1846.) 

— Funeral setmion on. 1720. See Colman, B. (B 308) 
Dudley, Judge Paul. Essay on the merchandize of 

slaves and souls of men ; with application to 
the Ch. of Rome. Boston, 1731. 4°. 

— Another cojiy. (B 653) 

— English definitions of Indian terms, from the papers of 

D. {In Maine Hist. Soc. Col., v. 5. 18.57.) 

— B — T, F. Letter from one in Boston to his friend, in 

answer to letter to J. Burril. n.p., 1714. 12°. (C 121) 

— Character of D., [from] the Boston News-letter; 

{In, Gay, E. Dudleian lecture. 1759. B 51) 

— Lynde, 8 , and others. Vindication of a bank of 

credit projected in Boston from the aspersions of 
P. Dudley, [n.p..] 1714. 8°. (0 121) 

— Sewai.i>, S. Character of D. Roxbury, 1750/1. S*. 

(B 841) 
Dudley, Robert, Earl of Leicester. Correspondence 
(luring his government of the Low Countries, 
1585-86; ed. by J. Bruce. London, 1844. 4°. 
(Camden Soc, v. 27.) 

— Adlari), G. Am ye Robsart and the Earl of 

Leyce.ster ; inquiry into the authenticity 
of the statements in rel. to the death of A. R., 
with a vindication of the Earl by Sir P. Syd- 
ney. I>ondon, 1870, 8°. 
Dudley, Sir Robert, son of the preceding. Memoirs 
and correspondence : with his proposition to bridlfe 
the impertinence of Parliaments submitted to 
James i. ; with a short account of Alice, Duchess 
Dudley. 2d wife of Sir Robert. {In Adlard, G. 
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— Italian biography of D. ; added, Notices of 

his wife and daughters. O.xford, [1840]. 8° 
Dudley, Robert. [Illustrations.] 5ee Russell, W. H. The 
Atlantic telegraph. 



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Dodley, Gov. Thomas. Letter to the Countess of Lincoln, 
March 12. 1630; [on the early hist, of Mass.; part 
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— Same. With add. fri>m the same ms. ; with esplan- 

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Soc. Col.. v."4. 18:54; in Force, I". Tract*., v. 2. 
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— Mather, C. Life ol !>.; ed. by C. Deaue. Camb., 

1870. 8°. (E 85) 

— Moore. J. B. (/» Am Mem. of Amer. governors, v.l. 

1846.) 
Dudley, Timothy. Earthquake of 1811, at New Madrid, 

Mii>$ouri. {In Smithsonian Inst. Report. 1858.) 
Dudley, Mass. Bates, J. Ajtniversary discourse 

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Dukes, and Nantucket Cos. 1858. 
Dnke's daughter. The; a drama. (In Sargent, E. Mod. 

stand, dr., v. 41.) 
Duke's mistress. The: a tragedy. See Shirley, J. 
Dakesboroagh tales ; by P. Perch. Bait., 1871. 16". 
Dolaney, Daniel. Considerations on the propriety of im- 

posing taxes in the Brit, colonies. Xorth Amer. 

n.d. 8*. (B 348, 592) ' 

— Same. 2d ed. Annapolis, 1765. 4". 

— Same. 2d ed. London. 1766. 8°. 

— Oth^ eopUs. (B 370. 373, 378) 

— UsiTED States. Jgent General on Claims of British 

Suhjeits. Observations to the reply of D. n » 
[1795]. 4*. (A 26) ■'^* 

Dnlatshah Bin AU-ad-Dulat al-GuH al-Samarcandi. 
StLVESTRE DE Sacy. A. I. Histoire des poetes. par 
D. (In Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Inter. Xot., v. 4. 1799.) 

Dolao, A. B., & Co. Catalogue des livies. Lon- 
dres, 1813. 8". 

— Catalogue des livres. [Londres, 1806.] 8*. (B 876) 

— Catalogue of foreign books. London. 1845. 8^ 
DoliMiTe, Jacques Antoine. Histoire critique de la 

noblesse. Paris, 1790. 8°. 

— Histoire de Paris. 7e ed. augm. de notes, etc., 

par J. L. Belin. Par., 1839. 4 v. and Atlas. 9f. 

— Histoire physique. ci\-ile, et morale des envi- 

rons de Paris. 2eed. ; rev. et annoi. par J. L. 
Belin. Paris, 1838. 6 v. 8", 



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— Liste des noms des ci-devant nobles, avee des 

notes sur leurs families. Paris, le ptie, 2e ed., 
n.fi. ; 2e, 3e ptie, an ii, [1791?] 3 v. 8°. 

— Memoires avec iiitrod. par 1>. de La Sicotiere. (In 

Louvet de Couvray, J. B. Mem. 1S62.) 

— Vie privee des ecclesiastiques et autres fonc- 

tionnaircs publics qui n'ont point prete leur 

sciTnent sur la constitution civile du cleige. 

Paris, 1791. 2 pts. 8°. 
Dulcinus Kfiv<iri(7i>ii». Historia Dulcini haeresiarcliEe, 

]304-07. {In Mnratori. Kcr. Ital. scr., v. 9. 1726.) 
Dulcinus, Bartholonispiis. See Dolcigno, B. 
Dulco, Gaston. Apologia chrjsopceias et arcyropcBiee adv. 

T. Eiastuni. {In Zetzner, L. Theatr.. v. 2. 1613.) 
Duller, Edward. The Jesuits as they were and 

are; tr. by Mrs. S. Carr. London, 1845. 12". 
Diilsigno, Baltliasar. See Dolcigno, B. 
Du Maine, Fran9oi8 Grude de hi Croix. See La Croix du 

Maine, F. G. de la. 
Dumanoir, Tliilippe Francois Pinel. Bydz kochanym lub 

iinirzec! 1837. See Scribe, A. E. 

— Indiana et Charlemagne. 1842. See Bayard, J. F. A. 

(E 22) 

— and Dennery, A. P. Don Caesar de Bazan. {In Sar- 

gent's stand, dr.. v. 2.) 
Dumaresq, Armand. Specimens des costumes popniaires 

des diverses contrees. {In France. Com. hup. de 

VKrjiOH. de 1867. Kappoits, v. 13.) 
Dumaresq family. Perkins, A. T. Sketch of the 

family. Albany, 1863. 8". 
Du Marsais, Cesar Chesneau, sieur. ffiuvres. 

Paris, 1797. 7 v. 8°. 
Coil tints. Vol.1. Eloge de Du Marsais. par d'Alcm- 
bert. — Exposition d'une methode raisonnee pour ap- 
prendre la langue latine. — Lepoemeseculairt'd'Horace, 
mis en versions interlii:enires. — Rrmarques sur lesarti- 
clcs Lli. et LIU. des memoires de Trevoux, mai 1723. — 
Lettre touchant -Pexposition d'une methode pour la 
langue latine'. — Reflexions sur la methode de M. Le- 
fcbvre de Saumur. et sur les notes de M. Gaullyer. — 
Les veritables principes de la grammairo, ou nouvelle 
grammaire raisonnee. pour apprendre la langue latine. 
2. Epitome de diis et heroibus poeticis, auit. J. Juven- 
cio, mis en versions interlineaires. — Le texte du meme 
ouvrage mis en construction simple. 3. De tropes. — 
Dissert, sur la prononciation et sur I'orthographe de la 
langue francjoise. — Lettre sur ce passage de I'Art 
pcetique d'llorace: Difticile est proprie communia 
dicere. — Lettre d'une jeune demoiselle a I'anteur des 
Vrais principes de la langne fran^oise. — Invcr.-^ion. — 
Fragment sur les causes de la parole. 4. Melanges de 
grammaire. de philosophic, etc.. tires de PEncyclopedie, 
depnis la lettre A jusqu' k la lettre C, compris le mot 
eonsonne. 5. Melanges de grammaire. etc. jusqu' i 
la fln. — Logique, ou reflexions sur les principnles ope- 
rations de I'esprit. 6. De la raison. — Le philosophe. 
— Essai sur les prejuges. 7. Analyse de la religion 
chrelienne. — Exposition de la doctrine de I'Eglise Gai- 
licane. — Tables. 

— Logique et principes de grammaire. Paris, 

1769, 8". 

— Des tropes. Paris, 1824. 12°. 

— atid others. Grammaire et litterature. (Yol. 

80-83 of Encyc. method.) 

— Alf.mbert, J. L. R. iV. {In his Oiluvres, v. 6. 1805.) 
Dumas, Alexandre Davy. Amaurj' ; [par P. Meu- 

rice]. Nouv. ed.' Paris, 1863. 18". 

— L'ange de la reconciliation. {In Echo des feuill., 1843.) 

— Ange Pitou. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1861. 2 v. 18° 

Note. Concluded in 'La comtesse de Charny'. 

— Arabic heureuse. See Du Couret. 

— Ascanio ; [par P. Meurice]. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

1860. 2 V. 18". 

— Aventures de John Davys. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

1861. 2 V. 18". 

Xote. According to Thackeray half of this is 
borrowed from the 'Revue britannique'. 

— Aveuglement; tr. Boston, 1850. 8°. ^ 

— Les baleiniers ; voyage aiix terres antipodiques ; 

journal du docteur Maynard. Paris, 1861. 
2 V. 18". 

— Le b&tard de Mauleon ; [fini par A. Maquet]. 

Nouv. ed. Paris, 1860. 3 v. 18". 



— Black. Paris, 1860. 18°. 

— Blanche de Beaulieu. {fn his Souv. d'Antony. and 

nlxo, inidir tht- title of 'Rose', in the Revue d. D. 
Mondes. 1831.) 

— La bouillie de la comtesse Berthe. Nouv. ed. 

Paris, 1862. 18". 
Contents. La bouillie. etc. — Aventures de Lyderic. 

— La boule de ncige. Paris, 1862. 18". 

Contents. La boule de neige. — Le chasse-neige. 

— Bric-a-brac. Paris, 1861. 2 v. 18°. 

Contentx. Vol. 1. Deux infanticides. — Poetcs, 
peintres. et musiciens. — Desir et possession. — TJne 
mfere. — Le cure de Boulogne. — Un fait personnel. — 
Comment .i'ai faitjouer i Marseille le drame des Fores- 
tiers. — Heures de prison. — Jacques Fosse. — Le 
chateau de Pierrefonds. — Le lotus blanc et la rose 
monsseuse. 2. La retraite illuminee. — Causerie culi- 
naire. — Romulus et Pizarre. — Le cimetiere Clamart. 

— De la sculpture et des scnlpteurs. — Les gorilles. — 
Le triomphe de la paix. — Le Carmel. — Mon ami Col- 
brun. — Cas de conscience. — Un pcete anacreontique. 

— La revue nocturne. — Une seance de magnetisme. — 
Elude de tete d'apres la bosse. 

— Un cadet de famille ; tr. par V. Perceval, pub. 

par D. Paris, 1860. 3 v. 18°. 

— Le capitaine Pamphile. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

1862. 18°. 

— Le capitaine Paul. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1862. 18°. 

note. A sequel to Cooper's 'Pilot'. 

— Le capitaine Richard. Paris, 1860. 18°. 

— Catherine Blum. Paris, 1860. 18". 

— Causeries. Paris, 1860. 2 v. 18". 

ConUnts. Vol. 1. Les trois dames. — Les rois du 
lundi. — Une chasse aux elephants. — L'homme d'expe- 
rietice. — Les etoiles commis voyageui*s. — Un plan 
d'economie. — La figurine de Cesar. — Une fabrique de 
vases etnisques k Bourgen-Bressc. — Etat civil du comte 
de Monte-Cristo. 2. Ah ! qu'on est fier d'etre fran9ais. 

— A ceux qui vculent se mettre au theatre. — Les petits 
cadeaux de mon ami Delaporte. — Un voyage a la lune. 

— Ce qu'on voit chez madame Tussaud. — Le lion de 
l'.\ures. — Les courses d'Epsom. — Une visite & 
Garibaldi. 

— Cecile. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1860. 18°. 

— Charles le Temeraire. Paris, 1860. 2 v. 18°. 

— Le chasseur de Sauvagine. Paris, 1861. 18°. 

Note. If Dumas' 'avant-propos' can be trusted 
this is bv G. de C'herville. 

— Le chateau" d'Eppstein. Paris, 1860. 2 v. 18°. 

— Le chevalier d'Harmental. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

1860. 2 V. 18". 

— Le chevalier de Maison-Rouge. Nouv. ed. 

Paris, 1860. 2 v. 18". 

— Chroniques de France. 

Note. This is a general title including La comtesse 
de Salisbury, Isabel de Baviere, Jehanne la Pucelle, 
Les Medicis. Les Stuarts, iti:. 

— Le cocher de cabriolet. {In his Souv. d'Anthony.) 

Note. From this is taken D.'s drama of Angele. 

— Le collier de la reine. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

1860-63. 3 V. 18". 

Note. The 2d part of the 'Memoires d'un medecin.' 

— La colombe. {In Semaine litterairc. v. 5.) 

— Comment je devins anteur dramatique. (/n ^/(f Revue 

d. D. Mondes. 1833; and in his Theatre, v. 1. IfCS.) 

— Le comte de Monte-Cristo. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

1861. 6 V. 18". 

Enff. Count of Monte Christo. New ed. 

London, 1871. 8". 
Note. The first part. 'Le chateau d'lf, is by P. A. 
Fiorentino; the sequel, 'Monte Christo', is by A. Maquet. 

— La comtesse de Charny. I'aris, 1860. 6 v. 18". 

Note. Sequel of 'Ange Pitou'. 

— La comtesse de Salisbury. Nouv. ed. Pans, 

1861. 2 V. 18°. 

— Les confessions de la marquise. Paris, 1862. 

2 V. 18°. 

Note. Sequel of 'Memoires d'une aveugle'. 

— Conscience I'innocent. Paris, 1861. 2 v. 18°. 

Contents. Vol.1, 2. Conscience. 2. Marianna. 



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- La dame de Monsoreau. Ed. illust. Paris, 

1857. 3 pts. 8°. 

- Same. Xouv. ed. Paris, 1861. 3 v. 18". 

yoU". Continuation of "La reine Margot' and 
concluded in 'Les quarante ciiiq'. 

- Les deux Diane; [par P. Meurice]. Paris, 1861. 

3 V. 18". 

A'otf. Dumaa confessed that he had' not even 
read this novel. 

- Dieu dispose. Paris, 1862. 2 v. 18". 

A'ole. Sequel of 'Le trou de I'Enfer.' 

- Dix ans plus tard. See 'Vicorate de Bragelonne'. 

- Les drames de la mer. Paris, 1860. 18". 

Content*. Bontekoe. — Le capitaine Marion. — 
La Junon. — Le Kent. 

- L'eeole des beaux-arts. (In Paris guide, le ptie. 1867.) 

- La femme au collier de velours. Paris, 

1861. 18". 

- Femande; [par H. Auger] . Xouv.ed. Paris, 

1861. 18". 

- Une tille du regent ; [par H. Couailhac] . Xouv. 

ed. Paris, 1862. 18°. 

- Les freres corses. — Othon I'archer. Nout. 

ed. Paris, 1862. 18". 
Gabriel Lambert. — La peche aux filets. — 
Invraisemblance. — Uneamek naitre. Paris, 
1860. 18". 

- Gaule et France. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1862. 18". 

- Georges; [par F. Mallefille]. Nouv.ed. Paris, 

1860. 18". 

- Un GQ-Blas en Califomie. Paris, 1861. 18". 

- Guelfes et Gibelins; la bataille de Monte-Aperto. (/« 

Revue d. D. Mondcs. 1836.) 

- La guerre des femmes. Nouv. ed. Paiis, 

1861. 2 V. 18". 

Content*. Vol. 1. Xanon de Lartigiics. — Mme. de 
Conde. 2. La vsse. de Cambes. — L'abbaye de Peyssac. 

- En(j. War of women ; tr. by S. Spring. New 

York, 1850. 8". 

- Histoire d'un casse-noisette. Paris, 1860. 18". 

Contf-ntn. Un casse-noisette. — L'egoiste. — Nicolas 
le pliilosophe. 

- L'horoscope. Paris, 1860. 18". 

- Impressions de vovage : Une annee k Florence. 

Paris, 1851. 18"! 

- Same. Bords du Rhin. Paris, 1854. 2 v. 18". 

- Same. Le capitaine Arena. Paris, 1854. 18". 

Sole. "Terence le tailleur' in this is not by Dumas. 

- Same. Le corricolo ; [par P. A. Fiorentino] . 

Paris, 1851. 2 V. 18". 

- Same. Midi de la France. Par., 1851. 2 v. 18". 

ybte. 'La Chasse au chastre' in v. 2 is by J. Mery. 

- Eng. Pictures of travel in the south of France. 

London, [1851]. 12". 

- Same. De Paris a Cadix. Par., 1854. 2 v. 18". 

- Same. Le sjicronare ; [par P. A. Fiorentino]. 

Paris, 1855. 2 v. 18". 

- Same. Suisse. Paris, 1851. 3 v. 18°. 

Xol'. About half of this is republished from 
the Revue d. D. Mondcs. 183.3-^. 

- Same. Le veloce. Paris. 1855. 2 v. 18". 

- Same. La villa Palmieri. Paris, 1855. 18". 

- Ingenue. Paris, 1860. 2 v. 18". 

- Isabel de Baviere. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1862. 

2 V. 18". 

Xole. Eight chapters of this were published in 
the Revue d. D. Mondi-s. 1831-32. 

- Italiens et Flamands. Paris, 1862. 2 v. 18°. 

Conl'-nt*. Vol. 1. Introd. — Masaccio. — Jean Bellin. 

— Le Perugin. — Leonard de Vinci. — Le Pinturiccio. 

— Fra Bartolomeo. — Durer. — Luca de Cranach. 2. 
Quintin Metzys. — .V. de Mantegiia. — Bald. Peruzzi. 

— Giorgione. — Razzi. .J. A. Baccio Bandinelli. — 
Andre del Sarto. — Guerard Berck-Heyden. — Jules 
Koinain. — .Jacques de Poniomio. — J. A. Sogliani. — 
Frere Philippe Lippi. — Fr. Mieris. — Alex. Botticelli. 

— A. Gaddi. — Holbein. 



- Jane. Paris, 1862. 18". 

Content*. Jane. — Un coup de fen. — Le fai- 
seur de cercueils. — Don Bernardo de Zuniga. 

Xotf. In the avant-prupos Jane is said to be 
'puisee au souvenirs de Bestuchef-Marlinsky'. 

- Jehanne la Pucelle. Paris, 1862. 18°. 

Content*. Jehanne la Pucelle. — Praxede. — 
Pierre le Cruel. 

- Joseph BaUamo. See 'Memoires d'un medecin'. 

- Les louvcs de Machecoul. Paris, 1860. 3 v. 18°. 

- Madame de Chamblav. Paris, 1862. 2 v. 18". 

- Madame de Chamblay ; drame. Paris. 1863. 8'. (E15) 

- Mile, de Belle Isle; [tr. into English]. (/« Kemble, 

F. A. Plays. 1863.) 

- La maison de glace. Paris, 1860. 2 v. 18". 

- Le maitre d'armes. Nouv.ed. Paris, 1866. 18°. 

- Les mariages du pere Olifus. Paris, 1861. 18". 

- Les Medicos. Pari.s, 1860. 18". 

- Memoires de Garibaldi. 2e ed. Paris, 1861. 

.2 v. 18". 
ITote. *Mem. plus ou moins anthentiqnee'. — Lorexz. 

- Memoires d'un medicin. [ou] Joseph Balsamo. 

Nouv.ed. Paris, 1860. 5 v. 18". 

A'ote. Continued in -Le collier de la reine' and 
La comtesse de Charny'. 

- Memoires d'une aveugle, [ou] ilme. du DefFand. 

Paris, 1862. 2 v. 18". 

- Le meneur de loups. Paris, 1860. 18". 

- Mes memoires. Paris, 1863. 9 v. 18". 

- Les millc et un fantomes. Paris, 1861. 18°. 

- Les Mohicans de Paris. Pans, 1863. 4 v. 18°. 

Xote, Continued in "Saivator'. 

- Les morts vont vite. Paris, 1861. 2 v. 18". 

Content*. Vol. 1. Chateaubriand. — M. le due et 
madame la duchesse d'Orleans. — Hegesippe Moreau. 
— Beranger. 2. Eugene Sue. — Alfred de Musset. — 
Achille Deveria. — Lefevre. — Deumier. — La derniere 
annee de Marie Dorval. 

- Napoleon. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1862. 18". 

- Une nuit a Florence sous Alexandre de Medicis. 

Paris, 1861. 18". 

- Olvmpe de Cloves. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1860. 

3 V. 18". 

- Le page du due de Savoie. Nouv. ed.. Paris, 

1862. 2 V. 18". 

- Le pasteur d'Ashboum. Paris, 1860. 2 v. 18°. 

- Pauline et Pascal Bruno. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

1861. 18". 

- Le pere Gigogne. Paris, 1860, 2 v. 18". 

- Le pere La lluine. Paris, 1860. 18". 

- La princesse Flora. Paris, 1862. 18". 

- Progress of democracy illustrated in the his- 

tory of Gaul and France. N. Y., 1841. 12°. 

- Les quarante- cinq ; illustres. Paris, 1857. 3 

pts. 8". 

- Same. Nouv.ed. Paris, 1862. 3 v. 18". 

Sote. A sequel to ' La reine Margot', and ' La 
dame de Monsoreau'. 

- La reine Margot. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1860. 

2 V. 18". 

Xote. Continued in 'La dame de Monsorean', 
and 'Les quaraiue-cinq'. 

- La route de Varennes. Paris, 1860. 18°. 

- Lesalteador. Paris, 1863. 18". 

- Salvator; suite et fin des 'Mohicans de Paris'. 

Nouv. ed. Paris, 186^. 5 v. 18". 
Content*. Vol. 5. Salvator. — Mgr. Gaston Phcebus. 

- La San Felice. Paris, 1864. 3 v. 18°. 

- Souvenirs d' Antony. Nouv.ed. Par., 1862. 18°. 

Content*. Cherubino et Celestini. — Le cocher de 
cabriolet. — Blanche de Beaulieu. — Un bal maisqne. — 
Jacques I. et Jacques ll. — Bernard. — Dom Martins de 
Freytas. 

- Les Stuarts. Paris. 1863. 18". 

- Sultanetta. Paris, 1862. 18". 

jVo/#. According to tiie 'avant-propos' this is 
the work of Bestuchef-Marlinsky, rewritten by D. 



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— Sylvandire; [par A. Maquet]. Nouv. ed. 

Paris, 1861. 18°. 

— Le testament de M, Chauvelin. Paris, 1861 . 18°. 

— ThoAtre complet. Paris, 1863-65. 14 v. 18°. 

ConientR. Vol. 1. Comment je devins aiiteur drama- 
tlquc. — La clias^e et I'amour. — La noce et I'eiiterre- 
mi'it. — Henri iii. et sa coiir. — Cliristine. — Napoleon 
Bonaparte. 2. i\iitony. — Charles vii. chez ses 
grands vassaiix. — Riehard Darlington. — Teret^a. — 
Le maride la veuve. 3. La tour de Nesle. — Angele. 

— Catherine Howard. — Don Juan de Marana. 4. 
Kean. — Piquillo. — Caligula. — Paul Jones. — L'alchi- 
iniste. 5. Mademoiselle de Belle-lsle. — Tin mariage 
sous Louis XV. — Lorenzino. — Halifax. — Les deraoi- 
Belles de Saint-Cyr. 6. Louise Bernard. — Le laiid de 
Dumbiky. — Une fille du regent. — La reine Margot. 
7. Intrigue et amour. — Le chevalier de Maison-Rouge. 

— Hamlet. — Le cachemire vert. 8. Monte-Cristo, 
le. 2e partie. — Le comte de Moncerf ; 3e partic de 
Monte Cristo. — Villefort; 4e partie de Monte-Cristo. 
9. Catilina. — La jeunessedes mousquetaires. — Les 
mousquetaires. 10. Le chevalier d'Harmental. — La 
guerre des femmes. — Le comte Hermann. —^ Trois 
entr'actes pour L'amour medecin. 11. Urbain Gran- 
dier. — Le vingl-quatre fevrier. — La chasse au chastre; 
[par J. Mevy], — La barriere de Clichy. — Le vampire. 
12. Romulus. — La jeunesse de Louis xiv. — Le mar- 
brier. — La conscience. — L'Orestie. 13. La tour Saint- 
Jacques. — Le verrou de la reine. — L'invitation a la 
valse. — Les forestiers. — L'hontieur est satisfait ; [tr. de 
I'allemande]. 14. Le roman d'Elvire. — L'envers d'une 
conspiration. — Le gentilhomme de la montagne. — La 
dame de Monsoreau. 

— Trois maitres, Paris, 1861. 18°. 

Contents. Michel-Ange. — Titien. — Raphael. 

— Les trois mousquetaires; [par A. Maquet] . 

Paris, 1853. 2 v. 8°, 

— Same. Nouv. cd. Paris, 1862. 2 v. 18". 

Kote. Contin. by "Vingt ans aprfes'. — See 
Artagnan. 

— Le trou de I'Enfer. Paris, 1862. 18°. 

— La tulipe noire. Pans, 1862, 18°. 

— Same. {In Semaine lit., v. 2.) 

— La Vendee apres le 29 juil. {In the Revue d. D. 

Mondes, v. 1. 1831.) 

— Le vicomte de Bragelonne ; [ou Dix ans plus 

tard ; par A. Maquet]. Paris, 1853. 8°. 
Kote. A sequel of 'Vingt ans apres'. 

— Same. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1860-61. 6 v. 18°. 

— TJne vie d'artiste, [E. M. Melingue]. Paris, 

1860. 18°. 
- Yingt ans apr^s; [par A. Maquet]. Paris, 
1853. 3 V. 8°. 

— Same. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1863. 18°. 

Note. A continuation of 'Les trois mousque- 
taires'; continued by 'Le vicomte de Bragelonne'. 

— Voyages de Gabriel Payot. {In Revue d. D. Mondes, 

V. 2. 1836.) 

Note. In Michel Levy's edition of 'Dumas' CEu- 
vres completes' are also included Du Couret's Ara- 
hie, Scott's Ivanhoe. and Cumming's Vie au desert. 

— BARTLlNfi. H. Alexandre Dumas der iiltere und 

seine Schriften. {In Unsere Zeit, 1871. ler H.) 

— LoMfeME, L. L. de. {In his Gall, des contem. illust., 

v. 2. 1840.) 

— Qu£rard. J. M. (/n 7iJs Supercheries lit., V. 1. 1869.) 

— pseud. The ninety-nine guardsmen. {In Harte, B. 

Condensed novels. 1871.) 
Dumas, Alexandre, Jlls. Le demi-monde. Paris, 
1855. 12°. 

— Same. Nouv. 6d. Paris, 1862. 12°. (E 8) 

— Diane de Lys. — Grangette. {In Semaine lit., v. 2.) 

— Les idees de Mme. Aubrav ; com. 2eed. Paris, 

1867. 8°. 

— Un pere prodigue; com. Paris, 1859. 18°. 

— Les premieres representations. {In Paris guide, le 

ptie. 1867.) 

— La question d'argent ; com. Paris, 1857. 18°. 
Dumas, Charles Louis. Principes de physiologic. 

2eed. Paris, 1806. 4 v. 8°. 
Dumas, Jean Baptiste. Manures, ameliorators, etc. 
New York, 1848. 8°. (Farmer's libr., v. 3.) 



— Assainissement des fosses et conversion des vidanges 

en engrais. {/n France. Com. Imp. de VhvpoH. de 
1867. Rapports, v. 8.) 

— Traite de chimie appliquee aux arts. Paris, 

1828-46. 8 V. 8". AtL 4°. 

— and Boussingault, J. O. J. D. Essai de stat- 

ique chimique des etres organises. 3e ed. 
Paris, 1844. 8°. 
Dumas, Mathieu. Journal de I'adj.-gcn. Ramel 
I'un des deportes a la Guiane. 2e ed. Lon- 
dres, 1799. 8°. 

— Eng. London, 1799. 8°. 

— Memoirs of his own times. Phila., 1839. 2 v. 8°. 

— Precis des evenemens militaires. Vol. 1, 2, 5, 6. 

Paris, 1800-17. 4 v. 8°. 

Contents. Vol. 1, 2. Campagne de 1799. 5, 6. 
Canipagne de 1801. 

— Same. Vol. 1, 2. Hamburg, n.d. 8°. 

Du May, Louis. Discours sur les causes de la guerre d'Hon- 
grie. {In Recueil hist. 1666.) 

— Reflexions historiques. morales, etc. {In Nand6, Q. 

Sciences des princes. 1752.) 
Dumb, The. See Deaf and Dumb. 
Dumb boy of Manchester. The; by B. F. Rayner. {In 

Sargent, E. Mod. stand, dr.. v. 43.) 
Dumb girl of Genoa, The; by J. Farrell. {In Sargent, E. 

Mod. stand, dr., v. 33.) 
Dumb knight. The; a drama. See Machin, L. 
Dumb love ; by J. A. Musaeus. {In Carlyle, T. German 

romance, v. 1. 1827.) 

Dumbartonshire, Scotland. Irving, J. History of 
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— Discourse in commemoration of Peter S. Du Ponceau. 

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— Introduction to Greek and Roman geography. 1829. 

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— Medical and surgical monographs. Phila., 

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Dunham, Samuel Astley. History of -Denmark, 
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Amst., 1854-67. 4°. 

— DooRxixcK, J. I. van. Bibliotheek van Xeder- 

landsche anonymen en pseudonymen. s'Gra- 
venhage en Utrecht, 1867. 8°. 

— Ferwerda, a. Algemeene naam-lyst van 

boeken met depryzen : X'ederduitsche boeken. 
Leeuwarden, [1771-72?]. 3 v. 8°. 

— Mueller, J. Catalogus van Hoogduitsche 

boeken. le afd. Amst., 1837. 8° 

— XiJHOFF, M. Catalogue de livres anc. et mod. 

Xo. 1-49. La Have, 1857-61. 8°. 

Note. Van der Aa in his 'Biog. woordenboek d. Xed- 

erlanden' adds to the life of each person a full list of 

his writing*, and 'Kohvaand Rivecoiirt'8 'Befcnoptbiog. 

haandwoordenboek' contains some similar information. 

History. 

— MoxE, F. J. Uebersicht der niederlandischen 

Volks-Literatur alterer Zeit. Tiib., 1838. 8°. 

— Xederlaxdsche Bibliotheek ; waar in beoorde- 

lingen, enz. mien deels 2e stuk. Amst., 
1777-80. 4 V. 8°. 

Xieuwe Xederlandsche bibliotheek nen deels 

le stuk, iven deels le stuk. t.p.tt. 8°. 

— Paquot, J. X., L'abbe. ilemoires pour servir 

a Thistoire litteraire des Pavs-Bas. Louvain, 
1765-70. 3 v. 4°. 

See also Belgium. ; — Brabant. 



Collection. 

— HoFFMAXX vox Fallerslebex, H. Horae 

Belgicae. Vol. 1, 2 Vratislaviae, t. 3, 4 

LipsisE, 1830-36. 4 v. 8". 

Oontenis. Vol. 1. De antiqnioribns Belgarnm liteiis. 

2. Hollandische Volkslieder. 3. Floris ende Blance- 

floer door Diederlc van Assenede. 4. Caerl ende 

Elegast. 

Xote. The Library has works in Dutch by the following 
authors : Blondeel, V. .J. ; — Bogaert, A. ; — Bosboom, 
A. L. ; — Groen van Prinsterer, G. ; — Hage, J. van den ; 
— Hooft, P. C. ; — Lennep, J. van ; — Loons, G. van ; — 
Rotgans, L. ; — Steendam, J. ; — Wolff, B.B.; — see alw 
Eiaminator ; aliio Hatin's Les gazettes de Hollande, 
and the names of such Dutchmen as have written en- 
tirely or chiefly in Latin, as Arminios, Erasmus, Gro- 
tins, Lipsius, Scaliger. 
Dutch Trading Company. See Dekker, E. D. 
Dutch West India Co. See West-Indische Compagnle. 
Dutchesse of JIalfy. The; a drama. See Webster, J. 
Dutchman's fireside; bv J. K. Paulding. Xe-w 

York, 1831. 2 v. 12° 
Dutens, Louis. (Euvres. 2e ed. Londres, 1776- 
97. 3 V. 4°. 
ContenU. Vol. 1. Origine des decouvertes attribnees 
aux modernes. 2. (Eavres melees. 3. Eiplication 
de med.iilles grecques et phenicienoes avec una paleo- 
graphic numismatiqne. 

— Histoire de I'etablissement d'une regence en An- 

gleterre, 1788, 89. 3e ed. Londres, 1791. 8». 

— Liquiry into the origin of the discoveries attrib- 

uted to the modems. London, 1769. 8°. 

— Itineraire des routes les plus frequentees de 

I'Europe, 1768-83. 5e ed. Lond., 1786. S", 

— Same. 1768-91. 7e ed. Paris, 1791. 8°. 

— Eng. Journal of travels, etc.; tr. by J. Hi^h- 

more. London, 1782. 8°. 

Du Tertre, Jean Baptiste. Histoire generale des 
isles de S. Christophe, de la Guadeloupe, etc. 
Paris, 1654. 4°. 

Du TheU, Fran9ois Jean GabrieL See Laporte du TheiL 
F. J. G. de. 

Duthilloeul, Hippolyte Remain Joseph. Biblioora- 
phie douaisienne ; livres imprimes a Douai. 
Xouv. ed. augm. Douai, 1842. 8°. 

Duties, Ctistoms. See the names of various countries. 

Dutilleul, Eugene. Histoire des corporations relig- 
ieuses en France. Paris, 1846. 8". 

Du Tilliot, Jean Benigne Lucotte. Memoires pour 
servir a I'histoire de la fSte des foux. Lau- 
sanne. 1751. 16°. 

Du Tolct {or Del Techo), Isicolas. History of Paraguay 
and other provinces of South America. {In Church- 
ill, O. and .J. Col. of voy.. v. 6. 1746.) 

DuUon, Aaron. The sospel the power of God; sermon 
ordination of T. Raegles, Derby. Auff. 3L N^ew 
Haven. 1S09. S". /B 1317) 

— Importance of a faithful execution of law: sermon 

Conn. Soc. Prom. Good Morals, Oct. 18. Jfew 

Haven, 1S15. 8". (B 1288) 
Dutton, Amy. ITie streets and lanes of a city. 

London and Xew York, 1871. 16° 
Dotton. Francis 8. Account of the colony of S. Australia. 

(/« Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1862.) 
Dutton, George. The present crisis ; or. The currency • by 

Bank Crash, E«q. [Rochester, Jf. Y.,] 1857.' S*. 

(B 1545) 
Dutton, Henry. Speech at the Litchfield Co. centennial 

celebration. See Litchfield County. 
Dutton, Matthew R. Elementary treatise on conic 

sections, spherical geometry, and trigonom- 
etry. X'ew Haven, 1824. 8°. 
Dutton, Salmon. Examination of the modem doctrine of 

future punishment: with hist, of the author's Ufe. 

Boston. 1S19. S". (B 286) 

— Observations on Matthew xxv. 2 Cor. v. 10, Prov i 

25-27, 33. Eccles. viii.. 8. Windsor, 1815. 12*. (C 118) 
Dutton, Warren. Address to the members of the bar of 
Suffolk. Boston. 1819. 8'. (B 447) 

— Oration. .July 4. Boston. Boston, [1805]. 8*. (B 394) 

— Present state of literature; poem at Tale Colleee 

Bept. 10. Hartford, 1800. 8*. (B 629, 643. 1233) ' 



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Dutton children, History of the, etc. n.t.p. 1859. 16°. (C 255) 
Duty of a, Christian in a trying situation ; letter to the 

author of 'The mediator's kingdom', etc. New 

York. 1810. 8°. (B 273) 

See Remarks on -The duty', etc. 1810. (B 608) 
Duty of a freeman ; address to the electors of Gr. Brit. 

n.p., n.d. 8°. (B 767) 
Duty of conservative Whigs in the present crisis; letter to 

R. Choatc. Boston, 1856. 8°. (B 1507) 
Duty of praying for others enforced by the success of pray- 
ers for Peter's deliverance. London, 1757. 8°. (B 57) 
Duvair, Guillaume. Niceron, J. P. {In hU Mem., v. 43.) 
Duval, Vabbe. Les stalles de la cathedrale d' Amiens. 1843. 

See Jourdain. 
Duval, Alexandre Vincent Pineu. Maison ftvendre; com- 

edie. t.p.io. (part of a volume). 8°. (B 1627) 

— Reponse. {In Paris. Inst. Ac. Fr. Recueii des disc, 

1830-39.) 
Duval, Amaury. See Amaury Duval. 
Duval, Amaury Pineu. Fontaines de Paris. Paris, 

1813. P. 
Du Val, Andre. Niceron, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 31. 

1735.) 
Duval, Francois, marq. de Fontenay-Mareuil. Memoires. 

{In Michaud and Poujoulat. Col. des mem., v. 19. 

1854; and Petitot. Col. des mem., le ser., v. 50, 51.) 
Duval, Jules. Histoire de I'emigration au xixe 

sifecle. Paris, 1862. 8° 

— Les puits artesiens du Sahara. {In Paris. See. de 

G6og. Bui.. 5e ser.. v. 13. 1867.) 

— Les societes cooperatives. {In Th6venin, E. Cours 

d'economie industrielle, 3e ser. 1866.) 

Duval, Valentin Jaracry. Davenpoht, R. A. Life of D. 
{In his Lives of individuals who have raised them- 
selves to eminence. Fam. lib., v. 79.) 

Duvall, \Vm. P. See M'Kee, 8. 

Duvallon. See Berquin'.Duvallon. 

Du Veil, Charles Marie. Commentary on the Acts ; 
ed. for the Hanserd KnoUys Soc., by F. A. 
Cox, London, 1851. 8°. 

— Literal explanation of the Acts ; added, a trans. 

of a dissertation about baptism for the dead, 

by F. Spanhemius filius. London, 1685. 16°. 
Du Verdier, Antoine, sieur de Vauprivas. and Claude. 

NiCERON, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 24. 1733.) 
Duvergier de Hauranne, Ernest. Huit mois en 

Anierique. Paris, 1866. 2 v. 12° 
Duvergier de Hauranne, Prosper. Histoire du 

governement parlementaire en France, 1814- 

48. Paris, 1857-71. 10 v. 8°. 
^rote. Vol. 10 ends with 1830. 

Numerous articles.] {In Revue d. D. Mondes.) 

Duverney, Joseph Guichard. Tractatus de organo 

auditus ; e Gallico Latina versio nova. Lugd. 

Bat., 1730. 4° 

NiCERON, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 25. 1734.) 

Du Vemois, le chevalier Adrien Marie Francois de Verdy. 

See Verdy du Vernois, A. M. F. de. 
Duveyrier, Anne Honore Joseph, and Carmouclie, 

P. F. A. Dwa pojedynki, komedya ; tlum. 

przez L. zD.Z. W Warszawie, 1838. 16°. 

(Teatra Warszawskie, pt. 3, v. 2.) 
and Leroux, H. Zachod slonca, komedyo- 

opera ; tlum. przez F. Szymanowskiego. W 

Warsz., 1837. 16°. (Teatra Warsz., pt. 1, v. 1.) 

— L'ambassadeur. 1837. See Scribe, A. E. 

— Zoe. 1839. See Scribe, A. E. 

Duveyrier, Honore Nicholas Marie. Procfea-verbal, etc. 

1790. See Bailly, J. S. 
Dnvivier, Charles Pierre Girault. See Girault-Duvivier, 

C. P. 
Du Vivier, Jean. Nouveau livre de cartouche pour orne- 

mens des armes. Paris. 1712. f". (E 118) 
Duvoisin, Jean Baptiste. Examen des principes de 

la revolution fran^aise. Wolfenb., 1795. 8°. 
Duxbury, Mass. Bradford, A. Topographical 

description of Duxborough. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. 

Col., V. 2. 1793.) 

Notes on D. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col. v. 20. 1823.) 

. Landing of the French Atlantic ca bleat D., 

July. Boston, 1869. 8°. 

— WiNSOR, J. History of D. Boston, 1849. 8°. 



Duyckinck, Evert Augustus and George Long. 
Cyclopa;dia of American literature. New 
York, 1855. 2 v. 8° 

Supplement. New York, 1866. 2 v. 8°. 

Dvorjak, Ch. Memoire sur le cholera. St. Peters- 

bourg, 1848. 8°. 
Dwarfs. See Boruwlaski, Count ; — Stratton, C. 8. fTom 

Thumb). 
Dwarfs, The country of the. See Du Chaillu, P. B. 
Dwarris, Sir Fortunatus. Letter to the Lord Chancellor of 
Eng. on his proposed scheme for the consolidation 
of the statute law. 2ded. Lond.,1853. 8°. (B1433) 
Dwight, Benjamin Woodbridge. Modern philology ; 
its discoveries, history, and influence. [1st 
ser., 3d ed.] New York, 1864. 2 v. 8°. 
Contents. 1st ser. Historical sketch of the Indo-Eu- 
ropean languages. — History of modern philology. — 
Science of etymology. — 2d ser. Comparative phonology. 
— Comparative English etymology. 

Ifote. Mostly repub. from the Biblioth. sacra. 

— Dissertation on chronic debility of the stom.ach. {In 

Conn. Acad. Mem., v. 1. pt. 2. 1811.) 
Dwight, Edmund. Plan for military education in 

Massachusetts. Boston, 1862. 8°. 
Dwight, Edwin W. History of Richmond, Mass. {In 

Field, D. D. History of the County of Berkshire, 

pt. 2. 1829.) 
Dwight, p:iihu. M.D. Biographicai. notice of D. {In 

Mass. Med. Soc. Comm.. v. 8. 1854.) 
Dwight, Mrs. Elizabeth Amelia (AVhite). Life and 

letters of Wilder Dwight. Boston, 1868. 8° 

— Biog. of Howard Dwight. — Biog. of Wilder Dwight. 

{In Harvard mem. biog. v. 1. 1866.) 
Dwight, Harrison Gray Oti.s. Trans, of an imperi.il Berat. 
issued by Sultan Selim ill. {In Amer. Orient. Soc. 
Journ., V. 1. 1847.) — Catalogue of all works known 
to exist in the Armenian language, of a d.ate earlier 
than the 17th century. {M v. 3. 1853.) — Armenian 
traditions about Mt. Arar.at. {In v. 5. 1856.) 

— Researches in Armenia. See Smith, E. C. 18:}3. 
Dwight, Henry. Farewell sermon to the Ist Utica Presby- 
terian Soc, Oct. Utica, 1817. 8°. (B 1288) 

Dwight, Henrv E. Travels in Germany. New 

York, 18'29. 8°. 
Dwight, Howard. Dwight, Mrs. E. A. {In Harvard 

memorial biog., v. 1. 1866.) 
Dwight, Jasper, psend. Letter to G. Washington. 1796. 

See Duane, W. 
Dwight, John Sullivan. Mendelssohn's 'Elij.ih'. (/« Lam- 

padius, W. A. Life of Mendelssohn. 1865.) 

— ed. See Dwight's journal of music, on the next page. 
Dwight, Joseph, and Partridge, O. Letters to Gov. Shir- 
ley, 1754. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 5. 1798.) 

Dwight, Loui.s. Jenks, W. Memoir of D. {In Prison 
Discipline Society. Reports, v. 1. 1855.) 

Dwight, Mary Ann. Grecian and Roman mythol- 
ogy. 2d ed. abr. New York, 1854. 1*2°. 

Dwight, Mary 8.. Funeral sermon on. 1845. See Fisher. 
S. W. (B1245) 

Dwight, Nathaniel. Short but comprehensive sys- 
tem of geography. 2d Conn. ed. Hartford, 
n.d. 12°. 

— An account of American cantharis or meloe Americae. 

{In Conn. Acad. Mem., v. 1, pt. 1. 1810.) 
Dwight, Sereno Edwards. Forbid them not; the 
hindrances which prevent children from com- 
ing to Christ. New York, 1838. 24°. 

— Dissertation on the origin of springs. (/?t Conn. Acad. 

Mem., v. 1, pt. 3. 1813.) 

— The Gospel its own witness to the conscience ; sermon , 

Portland, Nov. 9, 1825, at the installation of Rev. 
C. Jenkins. Portland. 1826. 8°. (B 1317) 

— The Greek revolution ; an address, April 1. Boston, 

1824. 8°. (B 568, 1789) 

— Thy kingdom come; a sermon before the For. Mission 

Soc. of Boston. Boston, 1820. 8°. (B 300) 

— Sermon, funeral of J. Huntington, Sept. 13. Boston, 

1819. 8°. (B 283, 1789) 
Dwight, Theodore, d. 1846. Character of Th. Jef- 
fer.son. Boston, 1839. 12°. 

— The Democratiad ; a poem, in retaliation for the 'Phila. 

jockey club'. 2d ed. Phila.. 1795. 8°. (B 355, 420) 
Note. Republished from 'The Echo, no. 18'; 
written principally by Theo. Dwight. 



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— History of the Hartford Convention ; review of 

the policy which led to the war of 1812. 
New York and Boston, 1833. 8°. 

— Oratlou, New Haven. July 7. Hartf.. 1801. 8". (B 945) 

— Remarks on the documente accompanying the late 

message of Pres. [Madison, Nov. 29, 18W]. n.t.p. 
8'. (B1490) 

— and Alsop, R. Echo and other poems. New 

York, 1807. 8°. 
Dwight, Theodore. Jr^ d. 1866. History of Con- 
necticut. New Y'ork, [18 — ]. IS"". (Har- 
per's fam. lib., v. 133.^ 

— Gazetteer of the United States. 1833. See Darby, "W. 

— Management of a common school. {In Amer. Inat. 

Instr. Lect., 1835.) 
. — Northern traveller ; routes to Niagara, Quebec, 
etc. ; with tour of N. Eng. N. Y., 1841. 12°. 

— Sketch of the Mpongwes and their language ; from 

information by J. L. "Wilson. — Sketch of the Poly- 
nesian language drawn up from Hale's -Ethnology 
and philology'. {In Amer. Ethnolog. Soc. Trans., 
V. 2. 1848.) 

— Sketches of scenery and manners in the United 

States. New York, 1829. 12°. 
Dwight, Theodore W. The public charities of the State of 
New York. {In Amer. Soc. ScL Assoc Jonm., 
1870.) 

— Report on the prisons of the U. S. and Canada. 1867. 

See Wines. E. C. 
See Colombia College. Inaug. addr. 
Dwight, Timothy, D.D., d. 1817. Conquest of 
Canaan; a poem. Hartford, 1785. 12°. 
■ — The charitable blessed ; sermon. New Haven, Atig. 8. 
[N. Haven.] 1810. 8''. (B 286, 914, 1875) 

— Decisions of questions discussed by the senior 

class at Y'ale College, 1813-14. New York, 
1833. 12°. 

— Dignity of the gospel ; discourse, ord. of N. W. Tay- 

lor, New Haven. Apr. 8. N. Y.. 1812. 8*. (B311) 

— Discourse. Aug. 20. 1812; national fast. 2d ed. Bos- 

ton, 1813. 8*. (B 311) 

— Discourse, death of J. Trumbull. New Haven, 1809. 

8"'. (B 282, 311. 869) 

— Discourse. July 23, public fast, at Tale College. New 

Haven, 1812. 8". (B 914) 

— Same. 2d ed. Boston. 1813. 8«. (B 311) 

— Discourse, New-Haven, Feb. 22, character of G. 

Washington. New Haven, 1800. 8"'. (W 80) 

— Discourse, on some events of the last century, Jan. 7. 

New Haven, 1801. 80. (B 163, 219, 275, 1833) 

— Discourse on the genuineness and authenticity 

of the New Testament. New Y'ork, 1794. 8°. 

— Other copies. (B 163, 219. 267) 

— Dissertation on the history, eloquence, and poetry of 

the Bible. New Haven, 1772. S">. (B 471, 1891) 

— Same. {In Melmoth, C. Sublime. 1795.) 

— Duly of Americans at the present crisis; discourse, 

July 4. New Haven, 1798. 8". (B 148) 

— Extracts from his poems. {In Campbell. Brit, poets, 

V. 7. 1819.) 

— The folly, ttc.. of duelling; sermon at New Haven. 

Hartford. 1S05. 8''. (B 202, 914) 

— Greenfield Hill ; a poem. New Y'ork, 1794. 8*. 

— Nature and danger of infidel philosophy; two dis- 

courses to the candidates for the baccalaureate in 
Yale College. Sept. 9, 1797, New Haven, 1798. 8* 
(B163, W53) 

— Obs. on language. — On light. {In Conn. Acad. Mem.. 

V. 1. 1810.) 

— Remarks on a review of Inchiquin's letters, 

pub. in the Quarterly re\'iew. Uost., 1815. 8°. 

— Sermon at Northampton. Nov. 28, capture of the Brit- 

ish army under Comwallis. Hartf., 1781. 8". (B914) 

— Sermon. Boston, Sept. 10, before the A. B. C. F. M., at 

their 4th annual meeting. Boston, 1813. 8* CB 300 
914, 1789, 1849) " ^ 

— Sermon, death of E. G. Marsh, Nov. 20, 1803. Hart- 

ford. 1804. 8°. (B 203, 282, 914) 

— Sermon, opening of the Theological Institution in An- 

dover, and ordination of E. Pearson, Sept. 23. Bos- 
ton, 1808. 8o. (B 132, 431, 531, 914) 
. — Theology explained and defended; sermons. 
London, 1828. 6 v. 18°. 

— Travels in New England and New York. New 

Haven, 1821-22. 4 v. 8°. 



— Cobb, 8. Review of D.'s 'Duration of future punish- 

ment'. n.t.p. 12°. (C200) 

— Life of T. Dwight. njl.p. 8°. 

— LosGACKE, J. B., and Hebking. J. {In their Nat. 

portr. gal., v. 1. 1837.) 

— SuxiXAN. B. Sketch of D.. as an eulogium. New 

Haven. 1817. 8«. (B 357, 1213) 

— Spragle, W. B. Life of T. Dwight. {In Sparks, J. 

Amer. biog.. v. 14. 1845.) 

— Spkisg, G. Oration, commemoration of D. New 

York. [1817]. 8*. (B357) 

— Funeral sermon on. 1817. iS«e Cbapin, C. (B 1245) 
Dwight', Timothy. Discourse on Capt. W. Wheeler, New 

Haven, July 17. New Haven, 1864. 8'. (B 1639) 
Dwight, Wilder. Dwight, 3Irs. E. A. Life and 
letters of D. Roston, 1868. 8°. 

Biographv of D. {In Harvard mem. biographies, 

V. 1. 1S66.) 

— PROCEEDniGS of the Suffolk Bar upon the death of D., 

Sept. 19. [Camb.,]lS62. 8". (B 1540) 
Dwight, Wm. Theodore. Discourse on the rightfulness and 
expediency of capital punishments. Portland, 1843. 
8". (B 1288) 

— Oration before the Washington Benevolent Soc. of 

Penn. Phila., 1827. 8°. (B 1102) 

— WOODMAJJ, J. C. Reply to D. on spiritualism. Port- 

land. 1857. 8-. (B 1200) 
Dwight's journal of music, 1852-73 ; ed. by J. S. 

Dwight. Boston, 1853-73. 32 v. 4°. 
Dwinelle, W. H. The casket and the ribbon; or. The 

honors of ether. Bait.. 1849. 8*. (B 1566) 
D'Wolt J/r«. Naomi. Funeral semwn on. 1811. See MillB, 

J. L. (B 282) 
Dwyer, Major Francis. On seats and saddles, bits 

and bitting, and the prevention and cure of 

restiveness in horses. Phila., 1869. 8°. 
Dwyer, John Hanbuiy. An essay on elocution. 

2d ed. New York, 1828. 12°. 

— Same. 6th ed. Albany, 1846. 12°. 

Dyce, Bev. Alexander. Remarks on J. P. Collier's 
and C. Knight's editions of Shakespeare. 
London, 1844. 8°. 

— Strictures on Collier's new ed. of Shakespeare. 

London, 1859. 8°. 
ybte. For works edited by D.. usually with notes and 
lives, see Akenside, M. ; — Seattle, J. ; — Beaumont, 
F. ; — Bentley, R. ; — Drayton, M. ; — Gray. I. ; — 
Green, R. ; — Kemp, W. ; —Marlowe. C. ; — Middleton, 
T. ; — Pope, A. ; — Porter, H. ; — Shakespeare, W. ; — 
Shirley, J. ; — Skelton, J. ; — etc. 
Dyce, Wm. Notes on shepherds and sheep; a letter to 

Ruskin. London. 1851. 8°. (B 1965) 
Dyche, Thomas. New English dictionary, begun 
by D. and finished by W. Pardon. 8th ed. 
London, 1754. 8°. 

— Guide to the English tongue. New ed. Lon- 

don, 1793. 12". 
Dyck or Dijek, Anthonie van. Cakpkster, AV. H. 
Pictorial notices ; memoir of Van Dyck ; a 
catalogue of the etchings by him, etc. Lon- 
don, 1844. 4°. 

— Bellori. G. B. {In his Vite. v. 1.) 

— MiCHiELS, A. (/n his Hist, de la peintnre fiamande. 

V. 7. 1869.) 

— TocLO.XGEOjr, F. E. {In his Museum fr.. v. 6. 1804.) 
Dye, John Smith. History of the plots and crimes 

of the great conspiracy. New York, 1866. 8" 
Dyeing. Baxcroft, E. Experimental researches 
[on] the philosophy of permanent colours. 
Vol. 1. London, 1794. 8°. 

— Berthollet, C. L. Elements of dyeing; tr. 

by W. Hamilton. London, 1791. 2 v. 8°. 

— BocTAREL. A. Consid. gen. sur I'industrie du blanchl- 

mentde la teinture. etc. {In France. Com. Imp. de 
rErpos. de 1867. Rapports, v. 7.) 

— Chaptal, J. A. L'art de la teinture du coton 

en rouge. Paris, 1807. 8°. 

Principes chimiques sur l'art du teinturier- 

degraisseur. Pari-s, 1808. 8°. 

— Chevreul, 'SI. E, Chimie appliquee k la tein- 

ture. Paris, 1829-30. 3 v. 8°. 



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— Gbeen, W. On colouring materials produced in 

Canada. {In Lit. and Hist. Soc. of Quebec. Trans., 
V. 1. 1829.) — Processes used in dyeing among the 
Huron Indians. {In v. 2. 1831.) 

— Lepileur n'ApLiGNY, — , L'art de la teinture 

de coton, etc. Paris, 1807. 12°. 

— K.IFFAULT, J. R. D., and others. Manuel du 

teinturier. Nouv. ed., par F. Malepeyre. 
Paris, Roret, 1860. 18". 

Same. 2e partie ; par L. Ulricli. Paris, Roret, 

1861. 18". 

— Macquer, p. J. Art de la teinture en soie. 

1763. f° 

— Napier, J. Chemistry applied to dyeing. New 

ed., incl. The coal tar colors, by A. A. Fes- 
quet, with Dyeing in the exposition, 1867. 
Phila., 1869. 8". 

— O'Neill, C. Dictionary of calico printing and 

dyeing. London, 1862. 8°. 

— Persoy, J. Teintures and impressions. {In France. 

Com. Imp. de I'Expon. de 1867. Rapports, v. 7.) 

— Premiere operation, La, de l'art de la teinture dans 

les terns anciens. {In Serieys, A. Bibl. acad., 
V. 12. 1811.) 

— PcRPLE and azure dyeing, anc. and mod. ; tr. from 'Aus 

der Natur'. {In Smithsonian Inst. Report, 863.) 

— Teinturier parfait, L', ou L'art de teindre les 

soyes, laines, etc. Paris, 1716. 2 v. 12". 

— Ulrich, L. Art of dyeing cotton and wool ; 

added, lleceipts for dyeing wool, by H. Dus- 
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Earle, John. M.A. Two of the Saxon chronicles 
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Earl's Dene ; bv R. E. Francillon. New York, 
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Figure. 

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2eed. Paris, 1808. 8°. 

— CosMAs IndicopleuUei. Topographia Christiana. (/» 

Mont£aucon. Col. nov. Parir.. v. 2. 1707.) 

XoU. To show that the earth is not spherical. 

— JiAJfSFiELD, J. Of the figure of the earth. (/» Conn. 

Acad. Mem., v. 1. pt. 1. 1810.) 

— Maupertuis, p. L. M. de. La figure de la terre, 

determinee au circle polaire. Paris, 1738. 8". 

— Merino, M. Figure of the earth. C-^» Smithsonian 

Inst. Report, 1863.) 

— PiCARD, J. Degre du meridien entre Paris et 

Amicus determine, etc., d'ou Ton deduit la 
figure de la terre. Paris, 1740. 8" 
iSee al90 Astronomy ; — Geodesy. 
Interior. 

— CoRDiER, P. L. A. Temperature of the interior of 

the earth ; tr. Amherst, 1828. 12 '. 

— Malet, H. p. The interior of the earth. Lon- 

don, 1870. 8". 

— MlTCHEi.1., A. Treatise on natural philosophy in vin- 

dication of Symmea's theory of the eanh being a 
hoUow sphere. Eaton, ISib. 12". (C 174) 
Hee also Geology ; — Mines ; — Volcanoes. 
Rotation. 

— Grote, G. Plato's doctrine resp. the rotation 

of the earth. London, 1860. 8". 

— Boss, A. Conunentum de terrae motu circulari ; 

duobus libris retutatum contra Lansbergium 
et Carpentarium. London, 1834. 4". 
See also Astronomy. 

' Theory.' 

— BcRXET, T. Answer to [Warren's] •Exceptions 

against The theory of the eartu'. London, 

ltJ90. f". 
Review of 'The theory of the earth,' and 

proofs in ref. to Scripture. London, 1690. f". 
Sacred theory of the earth, its original and 

changes till the consummation. [Vol. 1.1 

2de(l. London, 1691. 2 v. t\ 
Short consideration of Warren's 'Defence of 

his Exceptions against The theory of the 

earth'. London. 1691. f". 

— Hitchcock, E. Future condition and destiny of the 

earth, (/n Time of the end. 1856.) 

— Maccullock, J. Theory of the earth. (/« hit Sys- 

tem of geology, V. 2. ItKil.) 

— Ray, J. Tnree physico-theolog. disc. cone. 

chaos, deluge, dissolution of the world, etc. 
4th ed. London, 1721. 8". 

— SCROPE, G. P. Xew theory of the earth, (/n Am Con- 

siderations on volcanoes. 1826.) 

— Whistox, W. New theory of the earth ; its 

creation, the deltige, and general conflagra- 
tion. London, 1696. 8". 

— Whitehurst, J. Inquiry into the original 

state and formation of the earth. London, 
1792. 4". 

— WII.KIXS, J., Bp. That the earth may be a planet. 

(/« his Discovery of a new world. IfriO: aiul in hit 
Works, V. 1. 1802.) 
See aho Astronomy ; — Cosmography ; — Creation ; 
— Deluge ; — Geognosy ; — Geograpny ; — Geology ; — 
Longitude ; — Meridian ; — Meteorology ; — Pnysical 
geography. 
Earthly paradise ; a poem. See Morris, W. 
Earth, plants, and man. See Schouw, J. F. 



Earthquakes. AccorxT of the earthquake at Port 
Koyal. J.-miaica, 1692. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., 
V. 4. 1795.) 

— AccocxT of the great earthquakes in the Western 

States, particularly on the Miss, river. Newburyport, 
1812. 8". (B469) 

— Aldes, T. Account of earthquakes in New Hamp- 

shire, (/h Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 9. 1804.) — 
Letter on earthquakes. {In v. 14. 1816.) 

— Baglivi. G. De terraemotu Romano et urbium adja- 

centium. 170S. {Jn his Opera. 1714.) 

— Barnard, J. Sermon [on] the earthquake, Oct. 29. 

(/» his Two discourses to young persons. 1727. C 34) 

— BlRGOs, A. Descriptio terrae motus Siculi, 1693. {In 

Graevinsarxf Bnrman. Thes. antiq. Sicil., v. 9. 1723.) 

— BvLES, M. Divine power and anger displayed in 

earthquakes; sermon. Boston. 1755. 8*. (B 43, 306) 

— Canubas, a. Earthquakes felt at the Collegiate Semi- 

nary of Guatemala. 1S57, 58. {In Smithsonian 
Inst. Reports. 1858.) 

— Chandler. 8. The Scripture account of the cause 

and intention of earthquakes; sermon, Mar. 11, 
1749/50. London. [17— ]. 8". (C 216) 

— Chacnct. C. Earthquakes a token of the righteous 

anger of God ; sermon. Boston, after the earthquake 
of Xov. IS. Boston, 1755. 8°. (B 912) 

— CoLMAX. B. The judgments of Providence in the 

hand of Christ ; his voice to us in the earthquake, 
etc.; four sermons. Boston, 1727. 8*. (8 71,218) 

— Cotton, J. God's awful determination ; sermon. 

Boston, 1728. S". (B 43) 

— DoLOMlEC, D. de. Earthquakes in Calabria, 1783. {In 

Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., v. 5. 1809.) 

— Dudley. T. Earthquake of 1811, at Xew Madrid, Mo. 

{In Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1858.) 

— FoxCROFT, T. The earthquake a divine visitation; 

sermon, Jan. 8. Boston, 1756. 8*. (B 43) 

The voice of the Lord; sermon. Jfov. 23. after the 

earthquake. Boston. 1727. S". (B 71, 223) 

— Gaeeani Xapione, G. F. Ricerche storiche int. agli 

antichi terremoti del Piemonte. {In Turin. Ac d. 
ScL Mem., v. 19. 1811.) 

— (jOOKIN. X. Great earthquake of 1727. etc. {In New 

Hamp. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 4. 1834.) 

— HAiE.s. S. Some considerations on the causes of 

earthquakes. Apr. 5. London. 1750. 8°. (B 670) 

— Hesry. J. Circular rel. to earthquake. (/« Smith- 

sonian Inst. Report. 1855.) 

— HooKE, R. Earthquakes, their causes and effects; 

with histories. {In his Posthimious works. 1705.) 

— Informes sobre varios terrcmotos sucedidos en Chile. 

(/;i Gay, C. Hist, de Chile, v. 2. 1852.) 

— ISE-V, J. F. de. Carta sobre el terremoto de Portugal. 

{In VaUadares, A. Seman., v. 16. 1788.) 

— KantTI. GeschichteundXaturbeschreibungder merk- 

wilrdigsteu Vorfsille des Erdbebens. 17.i5. — Be- 
tracht. d. seit einiger Zeit wahrgenom. Erderschiit- 
tenmgen. {In his Siimmtl. Werke, v. 6. 1839.) 

— ilALLET, R. First principles of observational 

seismology ; a report on the great Neapolitan 
earthquake, 1857. London, 1862. 2 v. 8". 

— Mayhew, J. The expected dissolution. *fc.; two ser- 

mons in Boston, Nov. 23. occasioned by the earth- 
quakes. Boston, 1755. 8*. (B 48) 

— Mellen. .T. Effects of the earthquake in 1755. (/« 

Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 4. 1795.) ' 

— MiTCHlEL. S. L. Detailed narrative of the earthquakes, 

Dec. 16. ISll : also from that time to Dec. 18, 1813. 
(In Lit. and Phil. Soc. of N. Y. Trans., v. 1. 1815-3 

— Obando, Mafjues de. Carta sobre la inundation de 

Callao, terremotos. y estragos causados por ellos en 
Lima. {In VaUadares. Seman.. v. 16. 1788.) 

— OlAZxwi. Y Oeazoea, F. J. de. Motivos de el ter- 

remoto, Nov. 1. 1755, en Sevilla, y remedios para sn 
templanza. Sevilla. [1756?]. 4°. (B 1896) 

— Particitlar account of all the earthquakes in Gr. 

Brit. fr. the reign of K. Wm. Lond.. 1750. 8*. (B 74) 

— Pierce, W. L., and other*. Account of the great 

earthquakes in the Western States, Dec. 16-23, 1811. 
Newburj-port. 1812. 8*. (B 526) 

— Prentice. T. Observations, moral and religious, on 

the late terrible nit^ht of the earthquake ; sermon in 
Boston. Jan. 1. Boston. 1756. 8". (B 48, 64) 

— Prince. T. Earthquakes the works of God and tokens 

of his just displeasure ; two sermons [Nov. 2. 9]. 
occasioned by the late earthquake, [Oct. 29]. Bos- 
ton. 1727. 8". (B 71, 230, 854, 863) 

Same. 2d ed. Boston. 1727. 8". (B 84) 

Improvement of the doctrine of earthquakes being 

the works of God and tokens of his just displeasure ; 
cont. an hist, summary of earthquakes in New Eng- 
land, etc. ; added, an account of the earthquake in 
Boston, Nov. 18. Boston, 1755. 8°. (B 64, 113) 



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— Ray, J. Three physico-theologieal discourses. 

4th ed. London, 1721. 8° 

— Relacion del eastigo que cmbio Dios a la 

ciudad de Lima. Oct. 20. n.t.p. Lima, 1687. f". 

— Relation of the earthquake at Lima, 1746. 

Description of the earthquake at Jamaica, 
1692. 2d ed. London, 1748. 8". 

— Rogers, J. Nature and mccffity of repentance; 

[sirni. after] the earthquake. Bost., 1728. 8°. (C 21) 

— Saktorius, C. The earthquake in eastern Mexico, 

Jan. 2. {In Smithsonian Inst. Reports. 1866.) 

— Sewall, J. Duty of a people to stand in awe of God; 

sennon after the earthquake, Oct. 29. 2d ed. Bos- 
ton. 1727. 8°. (C 11) 

— Sherlock. T., Jin. of London. Letter to the clergy 

and people of London and Westminster on the late 
earthquakes. London. 1750. 8°. (C 37) 

— Torres, Conde de las. Informe en punto deterremoto. 

{In Valladares, A. Seman., v. 16. 1788.) 
^ West, C. E. Earthquakes in western New York. {Tn 
Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 12. 1859.) 

— Whiston, W. Lectures on the late meteors and 

eartliquakes. {In liU Mem., v. 2. 1753.) 

— WiNTHROP, J. Lecture on earthquakes, Nov. 26. 

Boston, 1755. 8°. (B 393) 

— ZuRCHER, F., and Margolle, E. Volcans et 

tremblements de terre. Paris, 1868. 16°. 
(Bibl. des merveilles.) 

Eng. From the French, by Mrs. N. Lockyer. 

Paris, 1868.' 8". 

See also Callao ; — Geology ; — Volcanoes. 

Earthworks. Mayniei., — . Poussee des terres et 
des niurs de revetement. Paris, 1808. 8". 

Easie method i^or satisfaction cone, the late revolution and 
settlement; with rcsp. to Sherlock's -Case of resist- 
ance' and "Case of allegiance'. Lond., 1691. 4°. (B 7) 

Eason, Alexander. [Various articles.] {In Lit. and Phi- 
los. Soc. of Manchester. Mem., v. 1. 1789.) 

East, Timothy. Sermon : The progress of sin. {In Snd- 
dards, AV. British pulpit, v. 1. 1837.) 

East. See Asia ; — East Indies ; — Eastern States ; — Le- 
vant ; — Oriental ; — Turkey. 

East and west ; ed. by Countess Spencer. London, 
1871. 8". 

East and West Iiidia sugar ; refutation of the claims 
of the W. I. colonists to a duty on E. I. 
sugar. London, 1823. 8". 

East Anglia. Fokry, Rev. R, Vocabulary of 
East Anglia ; an attempt to record the vul- 
gar toitgue of Norfolk and Suffolk ; [ed. by 
G. Turner; memoir by D. Turner]. Lon- 
don, 1830. 2 V. 8° 

— Naei.. J. G. Glossary of the dialect of East Anglia. 

(/« his Great Yarmouth. 1866.) 

East Boston. See Boston. History (p. 344) ; and Eccl. 
ORG. (p. 348); — Boston, East. Directory (p. 351). 

East Burnham. Grote, H. Some account of E. B. {In 
her Col. papers. 1862.) 

East Hampton, L. I. Beecher, L. Sermon cont. a general 
history of the town of East Hampton, L. I. Sag- 
Harbor, 1806. 8°. (B 304) 

East Hampton, Mass. Ltman, P. W. Historv of 
E. H. Northampton, 1866. 8°. 

Hitchcock, E. Additional facts rcsp. the clathopteris 

of E. Hampton, Mass. {In Amer. Assoc. Proc, 
V. 14. 1861.) 

East Haven, Conn. Dodd, S. Register. New 
Haven, 1824. 12". 

East India College. Report of the committee of correspond- 
ence. {In Pamphleteer, 1813; v. 2 of B 838) — 
Maltuus. T. R. Statements resp. the College. 
{In 1817; v. 9 of B 838) 

East India Company. Case of the Co. as stated at 
the bar of the House of Lords, Dec. 1783. 
London, 1784. 8". 

Charter from Charles ii. {In Miscel. hist. 1803.) 

Charters granted to the Co. {In Harris, J. Col. of 

voy., V. 2. 1705.) 
East India cotton ; return to House of Com- 
mons [on] measures taken since 1847 to pro- 
mote the ctiltivation. [London, Pari., 1857.] 
3 V. f. 



- Papers respecting the renewal of the Co.'s 

exclusive trade, n.p., [1793]. 4". 

- Proceedings relative to ships tendered, 1780-91, 

96-97. [London,] n.d. 2 v. f. 

• Queen Elizabeth's patent to the Co. {In Harris, J. 

Col. of voy., V. 1. 1705.) 

■ Reports and documents connected with the 

proceedings of the E. I, Co. in regard to the 
culture and manufacture of cotton- wool, raw 
silk, and indigo in India. London, 1836. 8". 

• State of the Co.'s affairs, with a view to the intended 

bill for regulating the dividend. London, 1768. 8°. 
(B 746) 

■ Supplement to the catalogue of the library. 

London, 1851. 8". 
Bruce, J. Annals of the Company, 1600- 
1708. London, 1810. 3 v. 4°. 

- Substance of [his] speech respecting India affairs. {In 

Pamphleteer, 1813; v. 2 of B 838) 
Burke, E. Speech on C. J. Fox's East India 

bill, 1783. London, 1784. 8°. 
Carey, W. Hortus Bengalensis ; catalogue of 

plants in the Co.'s botanic garden at Calcutta. 

Serampore, 1814. i°. 
Cartwright, C. Abstract of the orders and 

regulations of the court of directors, etc. n.p., 

[1788]. 8°. 
Clive, R., Ld. Clive. Speech on the affairs of 

the Co., 1772. London, [1772]. 4° 

- Another copy. (E 163) 

Day, T. Letters of Marius ; on the peace, 

East India bill, etc. London, 1784. 8". 
Ei.Eis, H. Series of letters on the E. India question. 

London, 1830. 8°. (B 933) 
Fabil's, psetid. Letter on an open trade to India. 

{In Pamphleteer, 1813; v. 1 of B 838) 
Fox. C. J. 8ub.stance of the speech [concern.] the bill 

'for vesting the affairs of the Co. in the hands of 

commissioners', <■<<•. Dublin, 1784. 8°. (B 1240, W 29) 
Francis, Sir P. Letter to Ld. Howick on the state of 

the Co. London, 1807. 8°. (B 723) 
Gracchus, pseud. Letters on the E. India question. 

{In Pamphleteer, 1813; v. 1 of B 838) 
Great Britain. Pari. Ist-oth report from the com- 
mittee on the Co. (/« Great Britain, /'ori. Reports.) 
Hints on the present state of the question relative to 

the renewal of the E. India Co.'s charter. 2d ed. 

{In Pamphleteer, 1813; v. 2 of B 838) 
HoRSFiELD, T. Descriptive catalogue of lepi- 

dopterous insects in the museum of the Co. 

London, 1828-29. 4". 
Kaye, J. W. Administration of the Co. 2d 

ed. London, 1853. 8°. 

• Maceean, C. Remarks on the evidence on the East 

India Comp.iny's affairs. {In Pamphleteer, 1813; 
V. 2 of B 838) 

• - View of the consequences of laying open the trade to 

India to private ships. {In Pamphleteer, 1813; 
V. 1 of B 838) 

• Maiteand, J. Inquiry into the practical merits of 

the system for the government of India. Edin., 
1809. 8°. (B 769) 

• Marsh. C. Substance of the speech on the clause in 

the bill 'Enacting further facilities to persons to go 
out to India for religious purposes'. {In Pamphleteer, 
1813 ; V. 2 of B 838) 

■ Martin, R. M. Political, etc., condition of 

the Anglo- Eastern empire in 1832 ; with ref. 
to the renewal of the E. I. C. charter. Lon- 
don, 1832. 8". 
Price, J. Correspondence with B. Lacam, on 
the complaint against Hastings, n.t.p. 81 

■ - Five letters from a merchant in Bengal to At". 

Hastings, on the decline of the exj^ort trade. 
London, 1783. 8°. 

■ - Letter to E. Burke, on the state of justice in 

Bengal. London, 1783. 8°. 

- - 2d letter to Burke, on the state of justice in 

Bengal, Bahar, and Orissa. Lond., 1783. 8°. 



EAST 



841 



EAST 



3d letter to Burke, London, 1783. 8°. 

Letter to P. Francis. London, 1783. 8". 

Letter to P. J. Gierke, chaiiinan of the com. 

to whom the petition of B. Lacam was re- 
ferred. London, 1783. 8". 

Letter to the proprietors and directors of East 

India stock. London, 1783. 81 

Ministerial almanack, [on the] patronage now to be 

transferred from the Co. to the Crown. London, 
1783. 8°. (B 766) 

Saddle put on the right horse ; an enquiry- 
why certain persons have been denominated 
nabobs. London, 1783. 8°. 

Series of facts shewing the present political 

state of India as concerns the powers at war. 
London, 1783. 8°. 

Short commercial and political letter. London, 1783. 

8°. (B 752) 

— - Some observations on \'W. Macintosh's] 'Travels in 

Europe, Asia, and Africa'. 2d ed. London, 1782. 8°. 
(B 1680) 

Same. London, reprinted, 1783. 8°. 

Vindication of Gen. R. Smith as to his com- 
petency to preside over the investment for the 
Co.'s homeward-bound Bengal ships. Lon- 
don, 1783. 8°. 

— Probl-s. piteud. Letters on the E. India qaestion. 

(/n Pamphleteer, 1813; v. 1 of B 838) 

— Plxteney, W. Effects to be expected from the East 

India bill upwi the constitution of Great Britain. 
London. 1783. 8°. (B 769) 

— Review of the arguments, etc., aeainst the renewal of 

the Co.'s charter. London, 18&. 8". (B 1529) 

— Ritchie, L. The constitution and regime of the Co. 

{In his 'Brit, world in the east'. 1847.) 

— RcssKL, F. Short hi.story of the Co. 2d ed. 

with additions. London, 1793. 4°. 

— SuLivAX, Sir R. J. Letter to the court of 

directors of the Co. London, 1784. 8°. 

— Territobiai, government and commerce, London, 

1829. 8". (B 933) 

— Thuklow, T. J. H. The Company and the 

crown. Edinburgh and London, 1866. 8". 

— Voyages to the East Indies, set forth by the Co., 16t)0- 

11. (In Oreen, J. Col. of voy., v. 1. 1745; — and 
in Kerr, R. Col. of voy., v. 8-9. 1834.) 
See ftlno India (_ITiitory), esp. MlLU 
East India Company, Dutch. See Dutch Exist India Co. 
East India Company, French. See Compagnie des Indes. 
East India i)ilot. See Heather, W. 
East India register and directory for 1823, 43, 44, 
48-54, London, 1823-54. 10 v, 12°. 
Note. In 1848 and after, this is entitled East India reg- 
ister and army list. 

East India trade, Advant.vges of the, to England. 

London, 1720. 12". 
East India voyager ; advice to the outward bound. 

Roberts, E. London, 1839. 8°. 
See also Borneo. 
East Indian Petition Committee. Proceedings at 

a meeting at Calcutta, March 28. Calcutta, 

1831. 8°. 
East Indies (India trith the countries beyond). 

— AcosTA, J, Naturall and morall historie of 

the Ea.st and West Indies. Lond., 1604. 8°. 

— Apres de Mannevillete, J. B. N, D. d'. Le 

Neptune oriental, t.p.w. [Paris? 1776?] f. 

— Arthus, G. HLstoria Indiae Orientalis, ex 

var. auct. collecta. Col. Agripp., 1608. 8". 

— Barbosa, O. Libro dell' Indie Orientale. (/n Ra- 

musio, G. B. Rac. delle nav.. v. 1. 1.563.) 

— Bermer. F. Voyage to the East Indias. {In Pin- 

kerton, J. Col. of voy , v. 8. 1811.) 

— BRtTON. W. Xewes from the East Indies. {In Hak- 

luyt, R. Col. of voy., v. 5. 1812; and in Selection 
of cnrions voy. 1812.) 

— Description of a voy.ige made by ships of Holland 

into the Ea.st Indies, 1595-97. {In Haklayt, Col 
of voy., V. 3. 1812.) 

— Same. {In Selection of voy, 1812.) 



Du Bois, J. P. I. Vies des gouvemeurs gen- 
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landois aux Indes Orientales. La Have, 
1763. 4". 

Fbancisci, E. Ost- und west-indischer wie 
auch sinesischer Lust und Stats-Garten, 
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Frederick, C, Voyage into the E, India, 1563. [In 
Hakluyt, Col. of voy., v. 2, 1810.) 

Hamilton, A. Account of E. Indies. (Tn Pinker- 
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LiNSCHOTEx, J. H. van. Histoire de la na^-i- 
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Lopez. T. Xavigazione verso I'Indie Orientale. 11% 
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Maffei. G. p. Historiarum Indicarum libri xvi. (In 
his Opera omnia, v. 1, 1747.) 

MiLBURx, "VV. Oriental commerce. London, 
1813. 2 V. 41 

- Same. With add. by T. Thornton. London. 

1825. 81 
NiECHOFF, J. Adventures in the East, 1659. (/» 
Smollett, T, Compend., v, 4, 1766.) 

- Voyages and travels in the East Indies, etc. {In 

Churchill, Col. of voy., v, 2. 1744.) 
Notes of travel ; or, Recollections of Majnnga, 

Zanzibar, Muscat, etc. Salem, 1854. 121 ° 
OosT IxDiscHE Compagxie. Collection of vov- 

ages by the Dutch East India Co. ; tr. into 

English. London, 1703. 81 
Oriextal navigator; with trader's guide. 

Phila., 1801. 81 
Paulixvs vox Saxcto Baetholomj^o. Voyage 

to the East Indies ; with notes, etc., by J. R. 

Forster ; tr. from the German by W. John- 
ston. London, 1800. 81 
Relatiox du voyage d'un Hollandois, {In Temaux- 

Compans, H. Archives des voy.. v, 2, 1842.) 
Roe, .Sir T, Journ.-il of voyages to the East Indies, 

etc. {In ChuTclull. Col. of voy.. v. 1. 1744.) 
Semler, J. S. Geschichte der ost- und west- 

indischen Handlungsgesellschaften. Pt. 1. 

[Ostindischen Hdlungsges.] Halle, 1764. 41 
SOMMARIO di tutti li regni, citti, e popoli dell' Indie" 

Orientale, {In Ramusio. Kavig., v. 1, 1.563.) 
SoxxERAT, P, Voyage to the East-Indies and 

China, 1774-81 ; tr. from the French by P. 

Magnus. Calcutta, 1788-89. 3 v. 81 
Stavorixus, J. S. Voyages to the East-Indies ; 

tr. from the Dutch by S. H. "WUcocke. Lon- 
don, 1798. 3 V. 81 
Voyages to the East Indies. (In Green, J. Voy. 

V. 1. 1745; — Harria, J. Col, of voy., v, 1. 1705 • 

— and in Kerr, R, Col. of voy,, v. 7, 8. 1824.) ' 
Vkies, S, de. Curiense aenmerckingen der 

bysonderste Oost en West Indische verwon- 

derens-waerdige dingen. Utrecht, 1682. 

4 v. 41 
"WrrniXGTOX, Jf. Travels in the East Indies. (In 

Cockbom, J. Faithful account. 1740.) 
Map. Heather, W., and Carletox, O. The 

new East India pilot. No. 1. [5 charts.l 

Boston, [reprinted 180-?] 

Natural history. 
Acosta, C. Drogas y medicinas de las Indias 
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- Lat. Aromatum, etc. C. Clusii opera Latinus 

factus, in epitomen contractus et notis iUus- 
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- Same. {In L'Eclnse. Exoticornm, 1605,) 
Aco.*<TA, J, See the previous column, 

BONTILS. J. Historia? naturalis et medicse Indise Ori- 
entalis libri VI, {In Piso, W, De Indise re, 1658,) 

Piso, W. De Indiae utriusque re naturali et 
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See also Anam ; — Aracan ; — Assam ; — Batavia ; 
— Burmah ; — Cambodia ; — India ; — Malacca ; — 
Malay Archipelago ; — Siam. 
East Lothian Co., Scotland. Hepburn. G. B. General 

view of the agriculture. Edin., 1794. 4°. ("W 77) 
East Lothian County lists for 1837. Haddington, [18361. 12". 

(E27) 
East Lynne ; by [Mrs. Wood]. Richmond, 1864. 8". 
East Lynne ; a drama, adapted from the novel by Mrs. 

Wood. (No. 47 of Spencer's Univ. stage.) 
East Tennessee. Everett, E. Acct. of fund for 

the relief of E. Tennessee, with list of con- 
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Eastburn, James. Catalogue of books, including 

two private libraries. New York, 1822. 8°. 
Eastburn, James Wallis, and Sands, R. C. Yamoy- 

den. New York, 1820. 12°. 

— Same. Proem and canto 2. {In Specimens of Amer. 

poets. 1822.) 
Eastburn, Manton, Bp. of Mass. Brief view of the 
nature of the communion. Boston, 1843. 12°. 
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1796-99. 3 V. 8°. 

— Worterbuch der englischen Spraehe fur die 

Deutschen. Leipzig, 1793-94. 2 v. 8'^. 
Ebert, Friedrich Adolf. Allgemeines bibliograph- 
isches Lexikon. Leipzig, 1821-30. 2 v. 4". 

— Eng. General bibliographical dictionary. Ox- 

ford, 1837. 4 V. 8° 
Cont. Vol.1. A -E. 2. F-L. 3. M-P. 4. Q - Z. 

Ebert, .Johann Arnold. Briefwechsel. (In Leasing, G. E. 
Saramtl. Schrift., v. 29. 1794.) 

Ebert, Karl Egon. Gedichte. (In Album osterr. Dichter. 
1868.) 

Ebn. For Arabic names beginning with this word see Ibn. 

Ebo. XooRDF.s, K. V. Ebo, Hinkmar. und Pseudo-Isidor. 
(In Historische Zeitschrift, v. 7. 1S62.) 

Ebulo, Pietro d'. Carmen de moUbus Siculis. (In Gra- 
vier, C. Scrittori dell' isloria di Xapoli, v. 16. 1770.) 

Eca, pseudon. Count Teleki; a story of modem 
Jewish life and customs, London, 1869. 8°. 

Ecatommiti, Gli, ovvero cento noveUe di G. B. 
Giraldi. Firenze, 1834. 4°. 

Ecbatana. SAtLCV. L. F. J. C. La chronologie des em- 
pires de Xinive, de Babylone. et d'Ecbatane. (In 
Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Inscr. Mem., v. 19, le pt. 1801.) 

Ecce coelum ; or. Parish astronomy ; [bv E. F. 
Burr]. Boston, 1867. 12". 

Ecce Deus; essays on the life and doctrine of 
Christ ; with notes on 'Ecce Homo', [by J. 
Parker]. Boston, 1867. 12". 

Ecce Deus homo ; or, The work and kingdom of 
the Christ of Scripttire. Phila., 1868. 12". 

Ecce homo. 1868. See Gladstone, W. E. 

Ecce homo; a survey of the life and work of 
Jesus Christ [by J. R. Seeleyl. 2d ed, Lon- 
don, 1866, 8", 

— Same. Boston, 1866. 12°, 
Ecce Messias. 1871. See Higginson, E. 

Eccentric lover. The ; a comedy. See Cumberland, R. 

Eccentricities of literature and Ule ; or. The recre- 
ative magazine. London, reprinted, Boston, 
1822. 8". 

Eccentricity. Cuitious and odd characters. Bos- 
ton, 1857. 12". 

— BVerley. T., and Robertson, J. C. (In their Percv 

anecdotes. 1823.) 

— EccEXTRic biography ; or, Sketches of remark- 

able characters. Boston, 1825. 18°. 

— Wilson, H., and Caclfield, J. The book of 

wonderful characters, memoirs, and anec- 
dotes. London, n.d. 8°. 

107. (3. 6. 74.) 



Ecclesiae roonilia ; the peculiar treasure of the Almighty 
King exhibited in the character of Mrs. Eliz. Cotton ; 
[byt. Mather]. Boston. 1726. 8". (C 9) 

Eccleaiastes ; or, The preacher ; an essay on the 
duties of a public religious instructor ; chiefly 
taken from a treatise by Erasmus. London, 
1797, 12". 

Ecclesiastical and university annual register for 
1808, London, 1809. V, 

Ecclesiastical antiquities, Bixgham, J, Antiqui- 
ties of the Christian Church. London, 1852- 
56. 2 v. 8". 
Same. (In his Works, v. 1. 2. 1726.) 

— CoLEJiAN, L. Antiqtiities of the Christian 

Church. Andover, 1841. 8". 

— Walcott, M.E. C. Sacred archaeology. Lon- 

don, 1868. 8". 

— Walsh, R. Essay on ancient coins, etc., as 

illust. the progress of Christianity. Lon- 
don, 1828. 12". 
See also Baptism ; — Bells ; — Catacombs ; — Christ- 
mas ; — Easter ; — Ecclesiastical ceremonies; — Eccle- 
siastical vestments; — Epiphany ; — Funerals ; — In- 
dulgences ; — Kisses ; — Lent ; — Lord's supper ; — 
Marriage ; — Relics ; — Tithes. 
Ecclesiastical architecture. Alexander, W. 
Construction of meeting-houses. York, 
1820. 4". 

— AtLACcr, L. Dissertatio de solea veteris ecclesiae. 

(In Byzant. hist, script., v. 23. 1733.) 

— Brown, R. Sacred architecture, its rise, prog- 

ress, and present state. London, 1845. 4°. 

— Cambridge Camden Soc. Church enlargement and 

church arrangement. Carab.. 1843. 8°. (B 1230) 

— DiDRON. A. N. Araeublement et decoration des 

eglises. (In Annales archeol.. v. 4. 1846.) 

— Faulkner, T. Series of designs for churches. 

«./>., 1824. f°, 

— GoDARD Saint Jean, L, Symbolisme archi- 

tectural des eglises, Caen, 1847, 8", 

— PococK, W, F. Designs for churches and 

chapels, London, 1819, 4", 

— Walcott, M. E. C. Church and conventual 

arrangement. London, 1861. 8". 
See also Abbeys ; — Architecture ; — Cathedrals ; — 
Christian art ; — Temples ; — aUo Amiens ; — Batalha ; 

— Bath ; — Bristol ; — Cadiz ; — Canterbury ; — Cat- 
terick ; — Chartres ; — Ely ; — Exeter ; — Gloucester ; 

— Lichfield ; — London ; — Milan ; — Munich ; — Nor- 
wich ; — Orleans ; — Orvieto ; — Paris ; — Peterbo- 
rough ; — Ravenna ; — Rhetms ; — Rouen ; — St. 

Albans ; — Salisbury ; — Santiago de Compostella ; 

Sens ; — Strasbourg ; — Teviotdale ; — Turin ; — Wells ; 

— Westminster ; — Wimbom ; — Winchester ; 

Worcester ; — York ; — alio England ; — France ; — 
Germany ; — Irelandl 

Ecclesiastical art. See Arts, Fine ; — Ecclesiastical arch- 
itecture ; — Christian art. 

Ecclesiastical biography. Boehringeb, F. Die 
Kirche Christi und ihre Ziigen oder die Kir- 
chengeschichte in Biographieen, Ziirich, 
1842-58, 2 V, in 9 pts, 8". 

— Stephen, Sir J, E.ssays in ecclesiastical bio- 

graphy. 2d ed. London, 1850. 2 v. 8". 
See also Apostles ; — Apostolic fathers ; — Arch- 
bishops ; — Bishops ; — Cardinals ; — Converts ; 

Fathers ; — Heretics ; — Hermits ; — Martyrs ; — Mis- 
sionaries ; — Monasticism ; — Mystics ; — Noncon- 
formists ; — Popes ; — Preachers ; — Protestants ; 

Puritans ; — Reformers ; — Religious orders ; — 

Saints ; — and the names of Christian churches, sects, 

countries, and persons. 

Ecclesiastical ceremonies. Casali, G. B. De 

veteribus sacris Christianorum ritibus sive 

apud Occiden tales sive Orientales. Francof., 

1681, 8°. {^Appended to hia De profanis, et 

sacris ritibus,) 

See also Ecclesiastical antiquities ; — Eccles, 
foists and feasts ; — Religious ceremonies. 
Ecclesiastical characteristics. See Witherspoon, J. 



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Ecclesiastical chronology. Jarvis, S. F. Chron- 
olog. introduction to the hist, of the Church. 
New York, 1845. 8°. 

— Genebrard, G. {In his ChronographiaB libri iv; univ. 

hist, speculum a maculis Cciituriatorum, etc., de- 
tefBum. 1599.) 

— Maclaine, a. Chronologioal tables. {In IVIosheim, 

J. L. Eccles. hist., v. 6. 1811.) 

— Vatek, J. S. Tables of eccles. hist. ; abstr. 

from Synchronistischen Tafeln, by F. Cun- 
ningham. Boston, 1831. 8°. 

Ecclesiastical councils. iSee Councils. 

Ecclesiastical fasts and feasts, Cortet, E. Fetes 
religicuses et les traditions poijulaires qui s'y 
rattachent. Paris, 1867. 18°. 

— Nelsok, R. Companion for the festivals and 

fasts of the Church of England. 32d ed. 

London, 181.5. 8°. 
Sfe (lino Assumption ; — Christmas ; — Easter ; — 
Ecclesiastical antiquities ; — Epiphany ; — Lent ; -^ 
Pentecost ; — Sunday. 

Ecclesiastical furniture, Miteller, J. Kirchen 
Gesmuek. Mlinchen, 1591. 4°. 

Latin. Omatus ecclesiasticus. Monachii, 

1591. 4°. 

— Denne. 8. Further remarks on stone seats in the 

chancels of churches, etc. {In Archseologia, v. 10. 
1792.) 

— Drake. C. Observations on episcopal chairs and 

stone seats. {In Archseologia, v. 11. 1794.) 

— Mass. Sripreme Judicial Court. Decision in the case 

of H. Slebbins vs. C. Jennings rel. to sacramental 
furniture of a church in Brookfield. Boston, 1832. 
8°. (B1239) 

— Peacock, E. English church furniture and 

decorations ; a list of the goods destroyed, 
1566. London, 1866. 8°. 
See also Baptismal fonts. 
Ecclesiastical gallantry; or. The mystery unravelled; a 
tale. London, 1778. 4°. (A 20) 

Ecclesiastical geography and statistics. "Wig- 
GERs, J. Kirchliche Statistik. Hamb. u. 
Gotha, 1842-43. 2 v. 8". 

— Wii.TSCH, J.E.T. Handbook of the geography 

and statistics of the Church; tr.by J. Lcitch, 
with a pref. by F. D. Maurice. London, 
1868. 2 V. 8°. 
Ecclesiastical history. Bibliography. 

Note. See Theology {BihUography) ; and the names 
of various sects, etc. Hase's History. Kurtz's Text-book. 
and the encyclopredias of Herzog and of M'Clintock and 
Strong contain lists of authorities. 

General works. 

— Ali.ex, B. History of the Church of Christ. 

Phila,, 1823-24, 2 v. «". 

— AsPLA>"D, R. ■ Beneficial influence of Christianity on 

the character and condition of the female sex ; ser- 
mon. London, 1812. 8°. (B 1098) 

— Baronio, C, and o^Aers. Annales ecclesiastici ; 

ad nostra tempora perducti ab A. Theiner. 
Barri-Ducis, 1864-72. 26 v. f° 

— BoeiirinoEk. F. Kirchengeschichte in Biographjen. 

See Ecclesiastical biography, (p. 845). 

— Bosslet. J. B. Discours sur I'histoire univcrselle. 

{In his CEuvres, v. 1. 1841.) 

— Cook, G. General and histor. view of Chris- 

tianity. Edin., 1822. 3 v. 8°. 

— EcHARD, L. General ecclesiastical history. 

7th ed. London, 1729. 2 v. 8°. 

— Fleury, C, and Fabre, J. C. Histoire eccles- 

iastique. Paris, 1722-38. 36 v, 4°. 

Note. Vol. 1-20. to 1414, by Flcury; v. 21-36, 
401-1595. by Fabre. 
Same. Table. Paris, 1774. 4°. 

— Franck, a. Histoire des rapports de la religion et de 

I'etat. {In his Philos. du droit eccles. 1864.) 



- Gfroerer,A.F. Allgemeine Kirchengeschichte. 

Stuttg., 1841-46. 4 V. in 7 pt. 8". 
Kote. 'With the second titles : Vol.1. Gesch. d. drei 
ersten .Tahrhnnderten. 2. Gesch.. iv.-vil. J. 3. vil.- 
XI. J. 4. 1002-1305; -with a third title: 'Das Jahrh. 
Gregor's vii'. 

- Gould, S, B. Origin and development of 

religious belief. Pt. 2. Christianity. New 
York, 1870. 8". 

- GuERiKE, H. E. r. Handbuch der Kirchen- 

geschichte. 5e Aufl. Halle. 1843. 2 v. 8° 

- Hale, E. E. Scenes from Christian history. 

Boston, 1852. 12". 

- Hase, C. a. History of the Christian Church. 

From 7th Germ. ed. New York, 1855. 8". 

- History of religion ; by an impartial hand. 

London, 1764. 4 v. 8". 

- Ki'RTZ, J. H. Text-book of Church history. 

Phila., 1861-62. 2 v. 8°. 

- Lamson, A. Ecclesiastical history; address, May 25. 

[From the Christian exam.]. «.*./). 1842. 8°. (E 41) 

- MosHEiM, J. L. Institutiones hist, eccles. 

Helmst., 1755. 4". 

- - Enff. Ecclesiastical history, antient and mod- 

ern ; tr. bv A. Maclaine, New ed. London, 
1774. 5 V.' 8°. 
-- Same. Charlestown, 1810-11. 6 v. 8°. 

- PoRTEUS, B. Beneficial effects of Christianity on the 

temporal concerns of mankind proved fromhistory, 
2d ed. London, 18r6. 8<". (B 205) 
--Same. 3d ed. London. 18C6. 8°. (B 188, 241) 

- Sarine, J. Ecclesiastical historj'. Boston, 

1820. 8". 

- Troplong, R. T. De I'influence de christian- 

isme sur le droit civU des Romains. 3e ed. 
Paris, 1868. 12°. 
Note. Fr. Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 4. 1844, 

- Walmesley, C, Bp. General history of the 

Christian Church deduced from the Apoca- 
lypse. 4th ed. New York, 1807. 12°. 

- Whately, R. Introd. lessons on the hist, of 

religious worship. 2d ed. London, 1849. 24°. 
See also Abbeys ; — Cathedrals ; — Celibacy ; — 
Confession ; — Convents ; — Councils ; — Ecclesiastical 
antiquities ; — Eccles. biography ; — Eccles. chronol- 
ogy ; — Eccles. geography ; — Eccles. law ; — Eccles. pat- 
ronage ; — Eccles. polity ; — Fathers ; — Jesuits ; — 
Jews ; — Liberty (Religious) ; — Martyrs ; — Middle 
Ages; — Miracles; — Missions; — Monastic orders ; — 
Nunneries ; — Popes ; — Priests ; — Religious orders ; 
— Sects ; — Sisterhoods ; — also the names of the various 
Christian churches, sects, and countries ; — for the his- 
tory of doctrines see Theology {Iliatory). 

\st-\<Sth century. 

- Camrrell, G. Lectures on ecclesiastical his- 

tory. London, 1800. 2 v. 8°. 

- JoRTiN. J. Remarks on ecclesiastical history. 

London, 1805. 3 v. 8°. 

- MiLNER, J. Church history. Ist Amer. ed. 

Boston, 1809-11. 5 v. 8°. 

- Same. An abridgment, by R. Eaton. Ando- 

ver, 1817. 12°. 

\st-\5th century. 

- FrorLKES, E. S. Christendom's divisions. 

Pt. 2 : Greeks and Latins. Lor.d., 1867. 12° 

- Fleury, C. Discours sur I'histoire eccles. 

Paris, 1720. 12°. 

- Lea, H. C. Studies in Church hi.story : Rise 

of the temporal power ; Benefit of clergy ; 
Excommunication. Phila., 1869. 8°. 

- MiLMAN, H. II. History of Latin Christianity. 

London, 1854-55. 6 v. 8°. 

- Neander, J. A. W. History of the Christian 

Church and religion ; tr. by J. Torrey. Bos- 
ton, 1847-54. 5 V. 8°. 



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- Spaxheim, F. Ecclesiastical annals ; tr. by 

G. Wright. Camb., 1829. 8**. 

- Stebbixg, H. History of Christ's universal 

Church prior to the Befonnation. London, 
n.d. 2 V. 8", 

- History of the Christian Church. London, 

1833.'2 V. le-'. (Lardner. Cab. eye.) 

- "VN'addixgtox, G. History of the Church to 

the Reformation. London, 1831-33. 2 v. 8". 
(Lib. usef. kn.) 
See aUo Catholic Church. 

1«^-13^A century. 

- EccLEsiASTiCA historia ; [a Matthia Flacio et al. 

Centuriae 1-13]. Basil., 1560-74. 8 v. f. 

OonUnts. Vol. 1. Cent. 1-3. 2. Cent. 4. 3. Cent. 
5. 4. Cent. 6, 7. 5. Cent. 8, 9. 6. Cent. 10, 11. 7. 
Cent. 12. 8. Cent. 13. 

Soie. Five centuries were written at Magdeburg 
under the supervision of Flacios Illyricus ; the rest of 
the work was done at other places by different bands. 

- Same. Per L. Lucium recens. Basil., 1624. 

3 V. f. 

lst-6th century. 

- Comber, T. Church historj- cleared from 

Roman forgeries. London, 169.5. 4". 

- EusEBius a/M< others. Histoire de I'Eglise ; tr. 

par Cousin. Paris, 1675-76. 4 v. 4". 

ConUnU. Vol. 1. Eusebe. 2. Socrate. 3. 
SozoDieue. 4. Theodoret. — Evagre. 

- ErsEBics, Socrates, and Evagrius. Anc. 

eccles. histories, [a. d. 1-o94J ; with Doro- 
theus of the prophets, etc., tr. by M. Hau- 
mer; also Eusebius' Life of Constantine, 
Constantine's oration to the clergy, rfc, tr. 
by W, Saltonstall. London, 1649.'r. 

- History of the Church ; also, Life of Constan- 

tine by Eusebius ; Constantine's oration to the 
Convention of Saints, etc. ; Valesitis's anno- 
tations. 2d ed., with two mapps ; [and] obs. 
by E. Wells. London, 1709. tH 

- ScHAFF, P. Historj' of the Christian Church, 

1-600. New York, 1867. 3 v. 8". 
See alio Catacombs. 

lat~6th century. 

- Priestley, J. General hist, of the Christian 

Church to the fall of the Western empire. 
2d ed. Xorthiunberland, 1803. 2 v. 8". 

l»^-4/A century. 

- CoQUEREL, A.,_/J&. First historical transform- 

ations of Christianity ; [tr.] by E. P. Evans. 
Boston, 1867. 8°. 

- Eliot, S. History of the earlv Christians. 

London, 1853. 2 v. 8*1 

- Eusebius. EccI. hist, libri x; De vita Constan- 

tini ; Oratio Constantini ad sanctos, et Pane- 
gyricus Eusebii, H. Valesius Gr. text, emend., 
Lat. vertit, et adnot. illustr. Mogunt.,1672. f. 

- - Ecclesiastical history, [a. d. 1-324] ; tr. by C. 

F. Cruse. Boston, 1836. 8". 

- MlDDLETOS. C. Free inquiry into the miraculons 

powers supposed to have silbsisied in the Christian 
Church frr>ni the earliest ages through several cen- 
turies, (/n Ai» MisceL works, v. 1. IT.io.) — Vindi- 
cation of the 'Free inquiry from the objectionB of 
Dodwell and Church. (/« v. 2. 1755.) 

- MiLMAX, H. H. History of Christianity to 

the abolition of Paganism in the Roman 
Empire. London, 1840. 3 v. 8**. 

- MosHEiM, J. L. De rebus Christianorum ante 

Constantinum comment. Helms., 1753. 4". 

- Sewell, Miss E. M. History of the early 

Church. New York, 1860. 16". 



- Waixth. C. "W. F. De perseqnationum Chrfetianomni 

Komanarom caussis non solum poiiticts sed etiam 
religiosis. (/n Goettingen. Ak. d. Wis*. Comm., 
V.2. 1771.) 

See aUo Martyn. 

\st-Zd century. 

- Baur, F. C. Das Christenthum und die christ- 

liche Kirche der drei ersten Jahrhunderte. 
2e Ausg. Tubingen, 1860. 8". 

- Blunt, J. J. History of the Church in the first 

three centuries. London, 1856. 8°. 

- Geneva, Uxiox Chretiexxe. Seances hist. 

le ser : Le christianisme aux trois premiers 
siecles. Geneve, 1857. 16". 

- Lamsox, a. Church of first three centuries ; 

with special reference to the doctrine of the 
trinity. Boston, 1860. 8". 

- Pressexse, E. de. Histoire des trois premiers 

siecles [le,] 2e ser. Paris, 1858-61. 4 v. 8". 
1st and '2d centuries. 

- HixDs, S. History of the Christian Church. 

1st div., A. D. 1-167. [Part of the Enc-yc. 
metropol.] London, 1850. 8". 

- Maurice, F. D. Lectures on the eccl. hist, of 

the 1st and 2d centuries. Camb., 1854. 8". 
1st century. 

- C.vvE, W. Primitive Christianity ; or, The 

religion of Christians in the first ages of the 
gospel. London, 1673. 8". 

- DoELLiXGER, J. J.I. von. The first age of Christ- 

ianity and the Church; tr. by H. N. Oxen- 
ham. London, 1866. 2 v, 8". 

- Gfroerer, a. F. Geschichte des Urchristen- 

thums. Stuttg., 1838. 3 v. 8". 

CoHtents. Vol.1. Das .Jahrhundert des Heils. 2. Die 
heilige Sage. 3. Das Ueiligthum und die Wahrheit. 

yote. This was preceded by his "Krit. iiesch. des 
Urchristcutbunis. ler Theil: Philo n. die jud.-alex. 
Theosophie'. 

- HiXDS, G. Rise and early progress of Christ- 

ianity. New ed. London, 1850. 8" (Encycl. 
metropol., v. 5.) 

- Neaxder, J. History of the planting, etc., of 

the Christian Church ; also Antignostikus ; tr. 
by J. E. Ryland. Lond., Bohn, 18-51. 2 v. 8". 

- Newtox, J. Review of ecclesiastical history. 

London, 1770. 8". 

- Pressexse, E. de. The early years of Christ- 

ianity ; the Apostolic era. N. Y., 1870. 12° 

- Salvauor, J. Jesus Christ et sa doctrine; 

histoire de la naissance de I'Eglise. Paris, 
1838. 2 V. 8". 

- Zelaxr, E. Das L'rchriatenthnm. — Die tSbinger hi»- 

torische Bchule. {In his Vortrage gesch. luhalts. 
1866.) 
Hee also Apostles ; — Apostolic fathers. 

2d century. 

- Waix^h, C. W. F. Rerum Christianaram apad Lucia- 

uuni De 'morte Peregrini explicatto. (/it Goettin- 
gen. Gos. d. Wiss. Cumm.. 1777.) 

4th-6th century. 

- Theodoretus and Evagrius. Historia eccle- 

siastica, [322-594] ; item excerp. ex hist, 
eccles. Philostoi^ et Theodori Lectoris; 
H. Valesius Gnec. emend., Lat. vertit, annot. 
illustr. Mogunt., 1679. V. 

Historv, 322-427 bv T., and 431-594 by E. 

London, Bohn, 1854'. 12". 

Ath and 5th centuries. 

- SocKATES Scholasticus [305-445]aHrfSozoMK!nEs, 

[324-440]. Hist, eccles.; ed. H. Valesius 
Gr. emend., Lat. vertit, et annot. illustr. 
MoguntiEe, 1677. f". 



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- - HistorisE ecclesiastica? libri septem ; ex recens. 

H. Valesii. Oxonii, 1844. 8", 

- - Enff. Tr. with account of the author and 

notes from Valesius. Lond., Bohn, 1853. 8°. 

- SozoMENEs. Eccl. liist., A. D. 324-440; also 

Eccl. hist, of Philostorgius, [316-425] ; tr. 
by E. Walford. London, Bohn, 1855. 12". 
4</t century. 

- Broglie, a. de. L'Eglise et I'Empire Komain 

au 4e sifecle. 3e ed. augm. Paris, 1860-62. 
4 y. 8". 

- Geneva. Union Chretienne. Seances hist. 

2e ser. : Le christianisme au 4e siecle. Geneve, 
1858. le". 

- Neander, J. A. W. Der Heilige Johannes 

Chrjsostomus und die Kirche, besondcrs des 
Orients, in dessen Zeitalter. Berlin, 1832. 
2 V. 8". 

- OsiANDER, L. Epitomes historiae ecclesias- 

ticae cent. iv. Tubinga?, 1613. 4°. 

See also Constantinos Magnus; — Juliaana 
Apostata. 

5th-l9tk century. 

- AMPfeRE, J. J. Hilda, ou Le christianUme au 5e sie- 

cle. {hi his Melanges, v. 2. 1867.) 

- Priestley, J. General hist, of the Christian 

Church, from the fall of the Western empire. 
Northumberland, 1802. 4 v. 8". 
5th-l6th century. 

- Geneva. Union Chretienne. Seances hist. 

3e ser. : I,e christianisme au Moyen Age. 
Geneve, 1839. 16". 

- Regis, M. Le christianisme ct la papaute au 

Moyen Age. Paris, 1869. 18". 
&th century. 

- Johannes, Bj). of Ephesus. Third part of the 

eccles. hist. [571-o8o] ; fr. the Syriac, tr. by 
R. P. Smith. Oxford, 1860. 8". 
See aUo Mohammed. 

7th-lQth century. 

- Batir, E. C. Die christliche Kirche des Mittel- 

alters. Tubingen, 1861. 8". 

1th-\2th century. 

- CAPEnprE, J. B. H. R. L'Eglise au Moyen Age 

du 7e au 12e siecle. Paris, 1852. 2 v. 8° 

- LeNain de Tillemont, L. S. Memoires pour 

servir k I'histoire ecclesiastique, Brux., 
1732. 10 v. f". 

10<7t-13^A century. 
. Semichon, E. La paix et la trfeve du Dieu ; 
histoire des developpements du tiers-etat par 
I'Eglise et les associations, fin de xe siecle - 
fin du xiiie. 2e ed. Paris, 1869. 2 v. 16". 
\\th-\Qth century. 
See CmsadeB (llth-13th cent.); — Gregory vn. {d. 
1085); — Waldenses (12t)i-]7th cent.); — Albigenses 
(]2tli-13th cent.); — Inquisition (i:3th-19th cent.); — 
Innocent iii. (rf. 1216) ; — Flagellants (IStli cent.); — 
Boniface viii. (rf. 1303) : — Friends of God (14th cent.) ; 
— Bohemia ; — Constance ; — Hus ; — Prague ; — Savo- 
narola ; — Wycliffe. 

\%th century. 

- Si-EiDAN, J. De statu religionis Carolo v. 

Caesare. Francof., 1568. f°. 

See also Nantes (Edict of) ; — Reformation ; — 
St. Bartholomew's Day ; — Trent (Council of). 

16^;i-19/;i century. 

- Haweis, T. Impartial history of the Church 

of Christ, from the Reformation. Worcester, 
1803. 8°. 
See also Jesoits. 



\&th-\ith centtiry. 

— BArR, F. C. Kirchengeschichte der neueren 

Zeit. Tiibingcn, 1863. 8". 

See also Covenanters ; — Huguenots ; — Janse- 
nism ; — Port Royal. 

I8th and I9th centuries. 

— Hagenrach, K. R. History of the Church, 

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— American Christian record ; history, etc., of 

each denomination in U. S. and Europe ; list 
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— BiNSEN, C. C. J. Signs of the times. London, 

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— Mattiies, K. Allgcmeine kirchliche Chronik, 

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— Herzog, J. J. Real Encylopadie fUr protcs- 

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.Sawie. 19.-21. Oder 1.-3. Suppl.-Band. Go- 

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fiame. Generalregisterband. Gotha, 1868. 8°. 

— M'Clintock, J., and Strong, J. Cyclopaedia 

of biblical, theological, and ecclesiastical lit- 
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— Moroni, G. Dizionario de erudizione storieo- 

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— Burn, R. Eccl. law. 8th ed. with add. by R. 

P. Tyrwhitt. London, 1824. 4 v. 8". 

— BonuN. W. Brief view of ecclesiastical jurisdiction 

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— Gastreix, p. Enquiry into the exercise of 

some parts of eccles. jurisdiction. Chester, 
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— HiCKERiNGiLt,. E. The test or tryal of the goodness 

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— Ridley, .Sir T. View of civile and ecclesias- 

ticall law, 2d ed. bvl. G. Oxiord, 1634. 4". 

Same. 3d ed. London, 1639. 4". 

See also Benefices ; — Canon law ; — Conventicles ; 

Decretals ; — Divorce ; — Eccl. polity ; — Marriage ; 

— Tithes. 

Ecclesiastical patronage. Simon, D. Traite du 

droit de patronage, de la presentation aux 

benefices, et des droits honorifiques des 

seigneurs dans les cglises ; avec un traite des 

maximes du droit canon. Paris, 1686. 12°. 

Ecclesiastical polity. Bibliography and History. 

— McElhinney, J. J. The doctrine of the Church; 

a historical monograph ; with a bibliography. 
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General and miscellaneous tcorJcs. 

— Allen, W. Catholicism ; enquiries touching 

visible church membership and communion. 
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State of the Church in future ages ; also disc. 

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— Apthorp. E. Constitution of a Christian Churcji ; 

sermon at the opening of Christ Church, Camb.. Oct. 
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— Ballantine, W^. On confessions of faith, dis- 

cipline of churches, etc. Edin., 1804. 12". 



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— Bartol, C. a. ChiiTch and congregation ; a 

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— Baxter. R. Christian ecclesiastics, (/n his Works, 

V. 5. 1830.) 

— Bradford, AV, Dialogue, or 3d conference, 

cone, the Church and the government thereof; 
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— Bragge, R. Church discipline according to 

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— Brown, J. L. Velthusii sententia [de niinist. 

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— Burkows. M. The place of the laity in chnrch gov- 

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— Calderwood, D. Pastor and prelate ; or. Ref- 

ormation and conformity compared. Phila., 
1844. 12". 

— Carsox, a. Answer to Et*-ing's 'Attempt 

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— Ch.\>xisg,W. E. Discourse on the Church. Boston, 

1843. 8'. (C 206) 

— CHAPLrx, E. Treatise on chnrch-govemnient. Boston, 

1773. 8'. (B 16) 

Second treati.se on church-government. Bos- 
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Another c-opy. (C 127) 

— Church of the Scriptures, The, and duties of the 

laity. London, 1847. 12*. (C 228) 

— Chaplix, E. Treatise on church-government. 

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— Clat, W. L., ed. Essays on church pobey. 

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— CoLEM.vx, L. A church without a bishop ; 

the apostolical and primitive Church popular 
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with an essay by A. Xeander. Boston, 

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— Croft. H.. Bp. The naked truth ; or, Tme state of 

the primitive Church, n.p., 167.5. 4*. (B 1921) 
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— Clmming. J. Church of Christ; two lectures. Man- 

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— Dtce. W. Notes on shepherds aiid sheep ; a letter to 

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— Ely, .J. Call to hear the Church examined. London, 

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— Emmons, H.. and othern. Circular addressed by a 

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— Field, R. The Church. 2ded. O.xford, 1628.8". 

— Garratt, W. a. Scriptural view of the constit. 

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— Grah-vm, W. Review of ecclesiastical estab- 

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— Grew, H. E.\hibition of the first Christian 

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— Hemmenwat, M. Discourse cone, the Church. 

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Another copy. (B 225) 

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— Homes, X. The new world; or. The new 

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— Hooker, R. Works. London, 1676. f". 
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James, H. Church of Christ not an ecclesias- 
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Koch. C. G. D'un code de canons ccrit par les ordrcB 
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Lelaxd. a. W. Sermon at the organization of the 
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Lrrrox, E. A. Church of Christ, in its idea, 
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Lo>i>os. .Jewin St. Chirch. Chnrch of God, ita 
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Middletox, p. ^Power of the Church. Lon- 
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Paget, J. Defence of church-government, ac- 
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— RoGEKs, J. The visible and invisible Church 

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Same. London, 1752. 8". 

— KusKiN, J. Notes OD the construction of sheep-folds. 

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— Saltma-Rsh, J. New quaere, on whether to 

settle any church government over the king- 
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Smoke iii the temple ;" with answer to Ley 

against my 'New quaere'. 3d ed. [London], 
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— Scott, J. A treatise on church discipline, from the 

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— Seel,£Y, J. K. The Church as a teacher of morality. 

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— SociNbS, F. Tractatus de li^cclesia. {In his Opera, 

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— Turner, V. Animadversions [on Bp. Croft's] 'Naked 

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See also Apostolical constitutions ; — Apostolical 
succession ; — Canon law ; — Celibacy ; — Ceremonies ; 

— Church and state ; — Church membership ; — 
Clergy ; — Confession ; — Congregationalism ; — Coun- 
cils ; — Deacons ; — Ecclesiastical antiquities ; — 
Ecclesiastical history ; — Ecclesiastical law ; — Elders ; 

— Episcopacy ; — Excommunication ; — Free churches ; 

— IViinistry ; — Ordination ; — Parish officers ; — Pas- 
tors ; — Penance ; — Popes ; — Presbyterianism ; — Re- 
ligious orders ; — Voluntary system ; — Worship ; — 
and names of sects, churches, and countries. 



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Ecclesiastical vestments. Bonanni, F. Ordinum 
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— Barrier de Montault, X. Vetements eccles. {In 

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— Makkiott, W. B. Vestiarium Christianum ; 

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Ecclesiazusae. See Aristophanes.- 

Eccleston, James. Introduction to English antiq- 
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Bcclestone, Wm. {In Collier, J. P., ed. Memoirs of the 

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Ecdoras. Fragm. {In Wagner. Fr. Eurip. 1846.) 
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Echard, Laurence. Dictionnaire geographique por- 
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— Same. Nouv. ed. augm. Brux., 1783. 2 v. 8". 

— The gazetteer's or newsman's interpreter; a 

geographical index of provinces, etc., in 
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— Sa?nc. 2d part; geog. inde.>L of empires, etc., 

in Asia. Africa, and America. 8th ed. Lon- 
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— Satne, 17th ed. London, 1751. 12°. 

— General ecclesiastical history. 7th ed. Lon- 

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— History of England to Wm. iii. 3d ed. Lon- 

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See also Oldmixon's Crit. hist. 1726, in which 
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— The Roman history, b. c. 752. - a. d. 1453. 

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Note. Vol. 3-5 are a contin. by another hand. Vol 
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Echembrottts. Fragm. {In Bergk, T. Poetse Ivr. Gr. 

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Echemenes. Fragm. {In Mueller. Fr. hist. Gr., v. 4. 

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Echephylidas. Fragm. {In Mueller. Fr. hist. Gr., v. 4. 

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Echevarria, M. G., M.D. Case of epilepsy. {In Mass. 

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Echeverria y Veytia, Mariano Fernandez de, His- 

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1836. 3 V. 8°. 
Echo, The, with other poems; [by T. Dwight, 

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Eck, Veit. Axdreses, A. (Jn his Peint.-Grav., v. 3. 1866.) 

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CnntetiU. Ru.'^ia under .\lexander n. — Russian 
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Eckeberg, Carl Gustaf. Precis hist, de I'economie 

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£de, George. Management of steel, including 
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— Same. Added, a fifth letter on population, revenue 

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— Fifth letter to the Earl of Carlisle ; on popula- 

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— Another cony. (B 1521) 

— Journal and correspondence ; -vnih introd. by 

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— Some remarks on the apparent circumstances of the 

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108. (5, 6. 74.) 



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Gr. Brit, and Ireland. lA)ndon. 1799. 8*. (B 1525) 

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Eden, K. C. Byrd, W. Journey to E,, 1733. (/n hiiViUi. 
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Eder, Francois Xavier. Descriptio pro^incia? Mox- 
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Edes, Henry F. Abstract of Unitarian beUef; two disc. 
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Edes, Richard 8, Discourse at Bolton, re-dedication of the 
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Edes, Robert T. Physiology and pathology of the 
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Edfo. Lepsius, K, R. Ueber eine hicroglyphische Inschrift 
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Lord St. V'incent, — Xel.oon, — Duke of Marlborough. 

— Bonaparte, — Handel. — Mozart. — Lawrence, — 
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— Ken. — Parr, — Chalmers. — Hunter. — Cooper. — 
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Edgeworth, Maria. Tales and miscellaneous pieces. 
London, 1825-32. 14 v. (v. 5 w.). 12". 
ContentH. Vol. 1. Castle Kackreiit. — Irish bulls. — 
Modern Griselda. 2, 3. Belinda. 4. Leonora. — 
Letters. — Essay on self-justification. 5, 6. Popular 
tales. 5. Wanlivff. 6. Lame Jervas. — The -will. — 
The Limerick gloves. — Out of debt, out of danger. — 
The lottery. — Kosanna. 6. Murad the unlucky. — 
The manufaeturers. — The contrast. — The grateful 
negro. — Tomorrow. 7-10. Tales of fanhioiiable life. 
7. Ennui. — Almeria. 8. Mad.arae de Fleury. — The 
dun. — M.inffiuvring. 9. Vivian. — Eniilie de Coul- 
anges. 10. The absentee. 11, 12. Patronage. 13, 14. 
Harrington. — Ormond. 

— Tales and novels. London, 1848-50. 10 v. 12". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Moral tales. Forester. — The 
Prussian vase. — The good aunt. — Angelina. — The 
good French governess. — Mademoiselle Panache. — 
The knapsack. 2. Popular tales. 3. Belinda. 4. 
Castle Kackrent. — Irish bulls. — Self-justification. — 
£nnui. — The dun. 5, 6. Tales of fashionable life. 
7, 8. Patronage. 9. Harrington. — Thoughts on 
bores. — Ormond. 10. Helen. 

— Helen. New York, 1834. 2 v. 8". 

— Orlandino. Boston, 1848. 18". 

. — Parent's assistant. Boston. n.d. 16° 

— Patronage. Phila., 1814. 3 v. 12". 

. — Headings on poetry. See Edgeworth, R. L. 

— and Edgeworth, 11. L. Practical education. 

Boston, 1815. 2 v. 8°. 
Edgeworth, Ilichard Lovell. Construction of roads 
and carriages. London, 1817. 8" 

— Essavs on professional education. London, 

1809. 4". 

— Memoirs begun by himself and concluded by 

M. Edgeworth. London, 1844. 8". 

— Practical education. See Edgeworth, M., and R. L. 

— and Edgeworth, M. Headings on poetry. 

Bo.ston, 1816. 18". 
Edgeworth de Firmont, Ilcnry Allen, Vabbe. Der- 

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Edict of Nantes. See Nantes. 
Edie, George. Art of English shooting. London, 1778. 8*. 

(C 49) 
Edie, Robert. BAiLLrE, J. {In his Missionary of Kil- 

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Edinburgh. Brown, J. Epitaphs in Greyfriars 

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— Chambeks.'R. Traditions of Edinburgh. Edin., 

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Duncan. J. Catalogue of coleopterous insects found 

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DtTPA. B. F. Scottish institution for young ladies 

{In Central Soc. Educ. I'apers, v. I. 1837.) 

— Edinburgh guide. Edin., 1793. 12". 

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Connecticut ; — Edinburgh ; — England ; — Eton ; — 
Etruria ; — Greece ; — Great Britain ; — Halle ; — Illi- 
nois ; — Indiana ; — Ipswich ; — Ireland ; — Kentucky ; 

— Louisiana; — Maine; — Massachusetts: — Michi- 

f^i ; — New Hampshire ; — New Jersey ; — New 
ork ; — Ohio ; — Pennsylvania ; — Plymouth. J/a««. ; 

— Prince Edward Island ; — Prussia ; — Quebec ; — 
Rhode Island ; — Rome ; — Roxbury ; — Rugby; — St. 
Iiouis ; — South Carolina ; — Stralsund ; — United 
States ; — Vermont ; — Wales ; — Western education ; 

— and the references under Colleges; — 

alio Adult schools ; — Agricultural colleges ; — Blind ; 

— Children ; — Classical education ; — Colleges ; — Cul; 
ture ; — Deaf and dumb ; — Divinity schools ; — Do- 
mestic education ; — Feelings ; — Female education ; 

— Industrial schools ; — Infant schools ; — Kindergar- 
^1 ; — Knowledge ; — Lancaaterian system ; — Lan- 
guage ; — Law ; — Lyceum system ; — Mathematics ; 

— Medical education; — Memory; — Military ed- 
ucation; — Moral education; — Normal' schools; 

— Pestalozzi; — Physical education; — Prince; — 
Ragged schools ; — Reading (dioioe of books) ; — Re- 
form schools ; — Reformatory education ; — Religion in 
schools ; — Religious education ; — Self-culture ; — 
Technical education ; — Theological education ; — 

al'<o Bible in schools ; — Blackboard ; — Competitive 
examination ; — Corporeal punishment ; — Emulation ; 

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Xote. From All the year round, v. 13-14. 1865. 

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ConlenU. Vol. 1. Kemoirs. — Farewell sermon, 
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in the visible Christian Church. — Reply to S. Williams' 
•True state of the question cone, the qualifications nec- 
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cone, the mysteries of Scripture. 3. Narrative of sur- 
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gion in New England. — Humble attempt to promote 
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4. Treatise cone, the relieious affections. — Obs. cone 
faith. — Reasons against Watts' notion of the pre-exist- 
ence of Christ's human soul. 5. Inquiry into the mod- 
ern prevailing notions of freedom of will. — MisceL obs. 
cone, the divine decrees in general and election in par- 
ticular. — Cone, efficacious grace. 6. Diss. cone, the 
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to full communion in the visible church ; 
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- Letters relative to the Indian school at Stockbridge. 

(/n Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 10. 1309.) 

- Narrative of the work of God in the conver- 

sion of souls in Northampton, [1736]; with 
prefaces by I. Watts and J. Guyse, etc. Bos- 
ton, 1738.' 8°. 

- Practical sermons. Edin., 1788. 8°. 

- Remarks on important theological controver- 

sies. Edin., 1796. 12°. 

- Sermons ; with life by S. Hopkins. Boston, 

1765. 8". 

- Sermons. Hartford, 1780. 8". 

- Sinners in the hands of an angry God; sermon. July 8. 

Boston, 1741. 8*. (B 312) 

- Chiht'jtc. Hatak yoshuba uhleha hut Chihowa anuk- 

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Boston. 1748. S\ (B 312, 851) 

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