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CATALOGUE 



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CORRECTIONS 

Kote. Typographical errors are not mentioned in the 
following list when the correct reading is obvious. 

14 Adams, J., Pres. For Phocion, pseud, read Smith, 

W. L. 

15 Adams, J. Q. Speech on his resolution. For June 

22 read Jan. 22. 

20 Adorno. For Cattarina read Caterina. 

35 Alabama, steamer. Before Some casual papers 
read Nye, G. 

38 Albret, J. d'. For See Jeanne read See Joanna. 

47 Alison, 5ir A. Add — Several articles.] (/« Black- 
wood's mag., V. 32, 33.) 

52 AUgemeines Kepertoriura. For 1860 read 1819. 

59 Ambulances. For Gwilt read Gurlt. 

60 America. Leclerc, C. For 1847 read 1867. 

101 Andros, Sir E. For Mather, I. Revolution read 
Rawson, E., and Sewall, S. Revolution. — 
Mather, I. Same. {In Force.) For 1836 read 
1846. 

105 Animalcules. Mantell, G. A. For 1857 read 1846. 

123 Arago, D. F. J. Notices sci. For 1337 read 1837. 

146 Artois, R. d'. Add Eng. {In Paris. Inst. 

Ace. of ms., v. 2. 1789.) 

174 Austria. Hist. Before Austro-Hungarian empire 
insert Worms, Baron H. de. 

181 Backus, Rev. I. Letter. For 1810 read 1794. 

187 Baily, F. Journal. For 1816 read 1856. 

202 Bannatyne Club. Pub!. Namely. After 1867 insert 

— Knox, J. Works, ed. by D. Laing. 1846-64. 

209 Barclay, J. The last Same belongs to the Satyricon 

not to the Icon animorum; the date of the latter is 
1614 instead of 1714. 
207 Barbary. La Motte, P. de. For 1763 read 1736. 

210 Baring, D. E. Contents. Insert Struve, B. G. be- 

fore Diss, de criteriis manuscriptorum. 
216 Barren, Miss. For 1806 read 1800. 

216 Barrel!, J. Before Statement insert Barrels, C, 

and others. — Before True statement insert Joy, B. 

217 Barrow, Sir J. TV. Life and correspondence, e^c, <o 

Barrow, John, Jr. (p. 218). 
222 Baruffaldi, G. De poetis. For 1699 read 1723. 
225 Bate, J. Essay. For 1732 read 1752. 
227 Battle of Dorking. For Cheeney read Chesney. 
230 Bayley, Rev. Kiah. Transfer title to Bailey, Rev. 

Kiah. 
235 Beauvoir, R. de. For 1849 read 1859. 
237 Beckford, Wm. Descriptive account of Jamaica and 

Parliamentary opinions are by Wm. Beckford, the 

alderman; the rest are by his son Wm. Beckford. 
248 Belsham, T. For Wills, W. read Lowell, J. 
271 Bible. Commentaries. Luther, M. For 1829-44. 

3 v. read 1829-61. 23 v. 
277 — Genesis. Commentaries. Bunyan, J. For v. 20 

read v. 2. 
290 — Peter. Leighton, R. Expository works. For 

1748 read 1798. 
305 Biot, E. C. Tr. Zodiaque circulaire de Denderah to 

Blot, J. B. 
307 For Bismarck-Schoenhausen, Carl Eduard Leopold 

Otto read Bismarck-Schoenhausen, Otto Eduard 

Leopold. 

309 Bixio, C. L. Before 1846 i7isert v. 3. 

310 Blackmore, Sir R. Dissertation. For 1772 read 

1727. 

314 Blakey, R. History of moral science. For S v. read 

2 v. 

315 Blatchford, Samuel, D.D., b. 1820. The Reports are by 

Blatchford, Samuel, judge. 

316 Bleaburn. For [by Mrs. E. C. Gaskell?] read [by 

H. Martineau]. 

319 Blunt, E. M. An appendix. For Camb. read New- 
bury port. 

322 Boeder, J. H. De comparanda. For Schaffer read 
Scheffer. 

343 Boston. {Massacre.) For Lowell read Lovell. 

353 Botany. Linnaeus, C. For 1649-69 read 1749-69. 
— Martyn, T. For n.p., [179-1 read London, 
1792. 2 v. in 1. 

355 Botany Bay. See also. After Australia insert New 
South Wales. 

355 Botta, C. G. G. The History of Italy is a translation 

of the Storia d'ltalia, not of the Histoire des 
peuples. 

356 Boucheroni, C. For Doniano read Damiano. 

359 For Bourquelot, Felix read Bourquelot, Louis F6lix. 

363 Bowyer, G. For statistics read statutes. 

366 Boy's own book. After diversions insert ; [by W. 

Clarke]. 
366 Bracebridge Hall. Insert ; [by W. Irving], and add 

— Same. {In Irving, W. Works, v. 6. 1860.) 

373 Brattle, Wm. For Boston read Bostoni. 

374 Bray, T. Papal usurpation, ii^or 1712 r^ad 1712, 11. 

2 pts. 
380 Bridgeman, T. For 1857 read 1860. 



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383 Brisson, B. For Dictionarium juridicum; cura read 

De verborum quae ad jus civile pertinent slgnifica- 
tione opera. 

384 Brissot de Warville, J. P. Eng. Discourse. For 

1781 read 1791. 

386 Brit. Col. in Amer. History. Oldmixon, J. Dutch. 

For 2". read 2 v. 4°. 

387 British Columbia. For Barrett-Lennard read 

Lennard-Barrett. 

388 British pulpit. For 1866-67 read 1837, 36. 

397 Brown, G. W. Origin. For Med. Hist, read Mary- 
land Hist. 

402 Brownlows, The. After 1868 insert 3 v. 

416 Bunker Hill battle. For Putnam, D. read Dear- 
BORN, H. ; insert by D. Putnam after Israel Putnam . 

421 Burgundy. Monstrelet, E. de. Same. For 1867- 
60 read 1857-60. — Eng. For Johns read Johnes. 

427 Burnet, T., Master. For Sacred theory of the earth, 
etc., read 

— Answer to the late exceptions made by E. Warren 

against the Theory of the earth. London, 1690. f. 

— Review of the Theory of the earth and of its proofs 

especially in ref. to Scripture. London, 1690. f. 

— Short consideration of E. Warren's defence of his ex- 

ceptions against the Theory of the earth. London, 
1691. f. 

— Theory of the earth : books 1, 2, cone, the deluge and 

Paradise; books 3, 4, cone, the burning of the world 
and the new heavens and new earth. London, 
1691, 90. 3 V. f, 

435 Buxtorf, J. B. Tr. the Lexicon Chaldaicum to Bux- 

torf, J. B., d. 1664 (p. 436). 

436 Byles, M., d. 1788. Death of the Queen. For 1721 

read 1737? 
436 Byrne, J. Influence. For 1836 read 1863. 
455, 456 Camden Soc. Pub. 8. For Marco read Macro. 

— 21. For Jordan read Jerdan. — 25, 54, 89. For 

2 V. read 3 v. — 87. For Long read Leng. — 90. 

For Gardiner, S. W. read Gardiner, S. R. 
458 Campaigns of the armies. For 1804 read 1808. 
460 Campbell, John, b. 1779. Contents. Put the 3 before 

Ld. Kenyon. 
473 Capital punishment. For Mori read Moir. 
488 Casanova, Jacopo is the same as Casanova, G. J. 
610 Celts. Language. Davies, J. For 1860-61 read 

1857. 
512 Central Soc. of Educ. Contents. 3. For O'Brian 

read O'Brien. 
514 For Cevallas read Cevallos. 
519 Champlain, S. de. Voyages to Canada. For v. 1 

read v. 2. 
519 Champollion-Figeac, A. L. Tr. Etatactuel to Cham- 

pollion-Figeac, J. J. 
519 Champollion-Figeac, J. J. Lettres des rois. For 

1839 read 1839-47. 2 v. 
542 Chemistry. Lavoisier, A. L. CEuvres. For 1864- 

68 read 1864, 62-68. 
558 Chinese repository. For [1838-48] read [1832-48]. 
573 Church, T. Same. With introd. For v. 2 read no. 

2 3 
614 After Cochran, J. insert Stinchfield, E. 
625 Collier, J. P. Misc. tracts. For London, 1868 read 

[London, 1867-68.] 8 v. 
633 Colvin, S. For Atkinson, J. B. {In his read 

Criticism on E. B. Jones. {In Atkinson, J. B. 
640 Compleat geographer. For London, 1709. f". read 

London, 1709. 2 v. f°. 
662 Contagion. For Discourse read Mead, R. Short 

discourse. 
676 Corinne. For Works read CEuvres. 

687 Countess Gisela. For Wistar read Wister. 

688 Courcelles, J. B. P. J. For 18.32-33 read 1822-33. 

692 Cox, Rev. G. W. Diet, of science. For Brand read 

Brande. 

693 Coyle, J. For Lain read McLain. 

694 For Cradock, R. Z. read Cradock, Samuel. — Tr. 

Sermon before the King to Cradock, Zachary. 

708 Crowe, J. A., and Cavalcasselle, G. B. After Hist. 

of painting in Italy insert 2d-16th cent.; for 5 v. 
read 3 v. 

709 Crown Point. Before Second letter to a friend in- 

sert Chauncy, C. 
716 Cunningham, A. Lives. Same. Contents. After 

previous ed. insert 5 same as 6 of prev. ed. 
716 Cunningham, P. Two years. For 1825 read 1828. 
731 Dancing. For Katfus read Kattfuss. 
736 Dare, Jeanne. Schiller, J. C. F. For v. 5 read 

v. 7. 
741 D'Avenant, C. New dialogues. For Vol. 2 read 

Vol. 1. 
745 Davis, N. M. For Memoir of N. Mitchell read 

Memoir by N. Mitchell. 
758 Delavigne, J. F. C. Discours. For 1820-29 rtad 

1850-69. 



CORRECTIONS 



759 Deligniferes, E. For 1860 read 1867. 

769 Dellon, M. D. is the same as Dellon, C. 

759 Delisle, — . (Lettre) is the same as Delisle, Guillaurae. 

764 Denmark. History. For Dutheii., L. read La 

Porte dij Theil, F. J. Gr. de. 
766 Depping, G. B. Histoire des expeditions. Insert 

2 V. after 1826. 

776 Diary of a late physician. For 1832 read 1862-63. 

777 Dibdin, C. The deserter. For v. 4 read v. 1. 
777 Dick, J. For 1863 read 1836. 

797 For Dolomica read Dolomieu. 

799 Dominican artist. For Farrar, H. S. read Lear, Mrs. 

S. 
803 For Doubeux read Dubeux. 
823 Dumas, A. D. Les raorts vont vite. Contents. 2. 

For Leftvre. — Deumier read Lefevre-Deumier. 
833 Dutch literature. For Mueller, J. read Muller. J. 
860 Edwards, Mrs. A. Ought we to visit her? For {In 

Sharpe's mag. read {In Temple Bar. 
862 Edwards, Jonathan, Pres. of College of N.J. For 

West, 8. Read West, Samuel. — Before Essay on 

moral agency insert West, Stephen. 
868 "EKktKTOL. i?br Acts' [1837] reat? ,Ao/C<' [1737]. 
873 Ella Rosenberg. For v. 36 read v. 37. 
886 Encyclopaedias. Nicholson, W. Same. After 

1818 add 12 v. 8°. 
921 Erchempertus. For De postumis read De postre- 

mis; for Langobardum read Langobardorum. — 

Historia. After Langobardorum read Beneventi. 

After Thes. antiq. Ital. read v. 9, pt. 1. 
928 Essex Co. Before Watson, W. C. insert Essex 

County, N. Y. 
930 Estienne, R. Fragmenta. After Latinorura read 

; ed. ab H. Stephano; for Par., 1564 read [Gene- 

vse,] 1564. 
933 Etoniana ancient and modern. After Eton insert ; 

by W. L. Collins. 
933 Etrnria. Lanzi, L. For 1824 read 1824-25. 3 v. 
948 Evesham. For Mayo, G. read May, G. 

948 Evidence. Gabriel, M. For V. H. Tolon read 

[V. H.] Solon. 

949 Examination of the British doctrine. After peace 

read ; by J. Madison. 
951 Experiences of R. Taylor. For S. Warren read 

[Mrs. J. Johnstone]. 
951 Exposition of the weakness, etc. After States read 

; [by C.F. Mercer]. 

951 Expression. Before Webster, D. insert Expunging. 

963 Farmer, H. Christ's temptations. For E.'s Inquiry 

read F.'s Inquiry, This is about, not by, Farmer. 

963 Farmer's letters, A. After people insert ; [by L. Lin- 

coin]. 
981 Fiacchi, L. For bratti read tratti, 
989 Fisher, J. Before Conference insert Laud, W. 
1002 Florian, J. P. C. de. (Euvres. Bela (v. 3 w.). 
1007 Fonseca, G. L. da. For Monsanto read Monsanto. 
1009 Forbes, J. D. Tour. For 1845 read 1855. 
1015 Fortification. For Cormontaingne, L. de read 

CORMONTAIGNE, L. de. 

1018 Fothergill, J. Rules. For 1762 read [177-]. 

1043 France. House of Bourbon. La Fayette, M. M. P. 

After 1828 insert and Michaud v. 32. 1854. — La- 

cretelle, J. D. For 1819 read 1819-26. 
1053 — (Lang.) Prosody. Olivet, J. T. de. For 1787 

read 1737. 
1055 — Literature. H6ricault, C. d'. For I'esprit 

avr. read I'esprit frang-; after Mondes, read avr. 
1071 For Fredst, P. read Fredet, P. 

1098 Galleries. After Castle Howard insert ; — Pap- 

worth, J. W. and W. 

1099 Gallipoli, — . Bead Gallipoli. Ferrari, A. 

1100 Gambler, J. Before Malte-Brun, V. insert Gam- 

bier Islands. 
1109 For Gatoube read Gatonbe; for v. 3. 1745 read v. 6. 

1746. 
1111 Gayangos, P. de. Escritores. Contents. For Tancho 

read Sancho. 
1114 For Gendyin, A. N. read Gendrin, A. N. 
1116 Genlis, S. F. D. de St. A. For Lindane et Talmire 

read Lindane et Valmire. 
1131 For Gerarde read Gerade. 

1131 Germany. Architecture. For Moeller read MoUer. 
1153 Gillies, R. P. For Pierce read Pearse. 
1183 Goyer, P. von. For Neuhof read Nieuhoff. 
1196 Gray, F. T. Before Letter to the friends insert 

Pray, L. G. 
1207 Gr. Brit. Oen. Bd. of Health. Rept. on the supply. 

For 2 V. read 5 v. — Home Office. Education in- 
quiry. After 1835 insert 2 v. 
1226 — Gen. and misc. biog. Burke, Sir J. B. For 

p. 1235 read p. 1236. 
1276 Greenland. O'Reilly, B. For N. E. passage read 

N. W. passage. 
1281 Grenville, G. Before Conference insert Maudoit, I. 



CORRECTIONS 

1289 Grosart, A. B. Miscellanies, Contents. Before A 

cruciflxe read Lever, C. 
1307 For Hachert, read Hackert. 
1309 Haendel, G. F. Transfer all the titles to Handel, 

G. F. (p. 1330). 
1314 Hale, Sir M. Contemplations. After divine read 

(Vol. 2, 4th ed.) ; for 1746 read 1763, 46. 

1316 Hall, 3Irs. A. M. F. Ireland. For Hall, S. R. read 

Hall, S. C. 

1317 Hall, J. P. For Prescott read Patten. 

1320 Hallet, Joseph. The Letter to the 'Moral philosopher' 

is not by Hallet but to him. 
1327 Hampden, Co., Mass. Before Sketches insert Davis, 

E., and others. 
1332 Hargrave, F. For Judicial arguments read Juridical 

arguments; for 1797 read 1797-99. 
1334 Hardships. After government insert; [by T. Rey- 
nolds]. 
1340 Harleian miscellany. Contents. 12. Before Nine 

worthies insert Johnson, R. 
1348 Hartford Convention. Otis, H. G. Before Short 

account insert Lyman, T. 
1360 Hausrath, A. For Kofler's read Hofler's. 
1371 Hazlitt, W. C. Shakespeare jest-books. Contents. 

2. For George Pule read George Peele. 
1382 For Hellwald, Friedrich von read Heller von Hell- 

wald, Friedrich. 
1385 For Henniken, ^ir Frederick read Henniker. 
1388 Henry, W. Omit by J. R. McDowell. 
1392 Hercules, ship. Before Narrative read Stout, B. 
1397 Herodotus. L archer, P. H. Essai. For Buchan 

read Buchon. 
1401 Hetzel, P. J. Contents. 1. For Lemoine, C. read 

Lemoine, E. ; 2, before Histoire d'un merle blanc 

insert Musset, A. de. 
1416 Hirsch, T. Script. Contents. 4. J. Lindau's. For 

30jahr. read 13iahr. 
1437 Homans, J. Obituary, i^or v.4. 1869 rearf v. 11.1868. 
1441 Homo vs. Darwin. After man read ; [by W. P. 

Lyon]. 
1450 For Horner, T. read Hornor, T. 
1474 Hunt,J.H.L. Attempt, i^or 1869 rcatZ 1809. 
1481 Hutchinson, T. For 1674 read 1765. 
1488 Hymns. Bibliog. For Buchanan, C. read Pear- 
son, C.B. 
1490 — Indian. Jones, P. For genungumouat read 

genunugumouat. 
1494 Idolatry. Moses Ben Maimon. For Hebraea read 

Hebraice. 
1519 Inquisition, ^or Dellon, M. D.reatf Dellon, C. 
1531 Ireland. Feci. Hist. Insert Mason, H. J. M. before 

Primitive. 
1553 Jackson, P. T. For Hunt, F. Life of J. {In hit 

Lives read — Same {In Hunt, F. Lives. 
1562 For Jannson read Jansson. 
1586 Johns, H. T. For 1844 read 1864. 
1592 Joliet. Voyage. For Marquette, P. read Mar- 
quette, J. 
1613 For Kathchen read Kaethchen. 

1615 Keen. For Crocker read Croker. 

1616 Kelly, J. For 1861-66 read 1861-71. 

1621 Keppel, Maj. G. is the same person as Keppel, Geo. 
Thomas. 

1629 King's own. i^or 1845 reatZ 1854. 

1631 Kinne, A. Laws of the diflferent States and Ques- 
tions and answer are by Asa Kinne. 

1660 Lambton, J. G. Letter, i^or Dunham rmcf Durham. 

1662 Lancaster Co., Pa. Before Narrative insert 
Franklin, B. 

1669 Landscape gardening. For Taylor, I. read Tay- 
lor, J. 

1669 For Lannan read Lanman. 

1685 Lauzun, A. L. de G., due de. For v. 2 read v. 25. 

1724 For Lev§e Le Monnier, Jerome Balthazar Quillaume 
Antoine read Levee, Jerome Balthazar, and Le 
Monnier, Guillaume Antoine. 

1744 For Linnaean read Linnean. 

1768 Lockwood, J. The tears. For Woodbridge read 
Woodbride. 

1789 For Lothrop read Lathrop. 

1795 Louisiana. History. Orr, G. For 1830 read 1803. 

1852 Manchester, Mass. Candid enquiries. For 1819 
read [1825]. 

1907 Mass. Hist. Soc. Col. 38. For Aspinwall papers. 
Pt. 1. read Mather papers. — 39. For Wintbrop 
papers read Aspinwall papers. Pt. 1. 

1948 Mellen, P. For See Gray, H. G. read See Otis, 
H. G. 

2037 For Moreau, Georges read Moreau, Jean Victor. 

2080 Narraganset Country. The titles Coffin and. at 
the end. Farmer should be under Narraganset 
townships. 

2108 New Gloucester, Me. For 1793 read 1847. 

2167 For O., Y. read O., T. 



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I., H. N. O. See Hickman, H. 
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— Same. With a pref. note by F. L. Hawks. 

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— New life of Virginia ; second part of Nova 

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and in Force, P. Col. of tracts, v. 1. 1836.) 
I., S. R. N. See Scot, T. 
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I will be a gentleman ; by Mrs. Tuthill. Boston, 

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Ibbetson, Julius. Drawings of quadrupeds. ^See Church, J. 
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— Same. (/?t Baron, R. Pillars of priestcraft, v. 1. 1768.) 

— Sermon before Sir G-. Thorold, Lord Mayor, etc., Sept. 

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— True notion of free-thinking. {Jn Boyle lecture ser- 

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Iberiada, La: poema epico. See Valvidares y Longo, R. 
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187. (2. 6. 76.) 



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— Travels in China, 1693. {In Green, J. Col. of voy., 

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Idiocy. Brown, B. Treatment and cure of cretins 
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— Howe, 8. G. Report upon idiocy. Boston, 

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See also Cretins ; — Pennsylvania Training SchooL 
Idiot witness. The; by J. T. Haines. (/;i Sargent, E. 
Mod. stand, dr., v. 31.) 



Idler, The ; by S. Johnson, (/n Harrison's Brit. 

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Note. Nob. 33, 93, 96. by T. Warton; nos. 76, 
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Idler in France, in Italy. See Gardiner, M., Countess of 
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Idolatry. Berg, J. F. Scripture history of idol- 
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See also Iconography. 
Idoles du jour, Les. Paris, 1867. 18". 
Idomen6e; tragedie. See Crebillon. 
Idomenee ; tragedie. See Lemierre, A. M. 
Idomeneus Lampsacenns. Fragm. {In Mueller, C. Fr. 

hist. Gr., v. 2. 1848.) 
Idrisi, Abu 'Abdu-llah Muhammad, cai;;.?<f Al. Nuzhatu-1 
mushtak. Elliot, H. M. {In his Hist, of India, 
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Idropica, L'; conimedia. See Guarini, G. B. 
Iduna, ou L'amour maternel; par Fabre d'Olivet. {In 

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Idyls of the King. See Tennyson, A. 
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Iffland, August Wilhelm. Theatralische Werke, 
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1800. 16". (D 42) 
Iflgenia in Aulide. See Zeno, A. 
Iflgenia in Tauris, tragedie. See Martello, P. J. 
Iglesias, Jose M. The other side. 1850. See Alcarez, R. 
Iglesias de la Casa, Josef. Poesias postumas. 

Salamanca, 1798. 2 v. 12°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Poesias serias. 2. Poes. jocosaa. 
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Ignatius Antiochenus, Bp. Epistolse genuinae ; 
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— Epistle to the Trallians. (/?i Leslie, C. Short method 

with deists. 1723.) 

— Epistles. {In Wake, W. Epistles. 1719; — in 

Hone, W. Apocryphal N. Testament. 1832, 1846; 
— in Tracts for the times, v. 1. 1833; — and Poly- 
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— Epistles both larger and smaller, in Greek and in Eng- 

lish; pref. an hist, preface and a diss. {In Wiiia- 
ton, W. Prim. Christ., v. 1. 1711.) 



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— Epistles, longer and shorter. — Epistles after the 

Syriae version. — Martyrdom. — iSpnrious epistles. 
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— Epistolae gemiinaj! ad I'olycarpum; adEphesios; ad 

liouiauos. {In Bunsen, O. C. J. Christianity, v. 5. 
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— Epistolae, una cum interpret. Latina, etc., pra?f. est de 

Jgnatii scriptis J. Usserii diss. {In tolycarpus. 
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• — Versusin Adamum [Gr.J. {In Wagner, F. Gr. Fragm. 
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— BoKHRiNGER, F. {In Ms Kirche Christi, v. 1, Abth. 1. 

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— Chalncy. C. Hist. acct. of the epistles ascribed to 

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— UsHEK, J. Grajcorum Iguatii exemplarium et 

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— Whiston. W. {In his Prim. Christ., v. 1. 1711.) 
Ignatius ConHtantinnpolitanus, Patriarch. Weglei.in, J. 

D. Sur le ditierend entre les patriarches Photius et 
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Ignorantia scientitica ; essay on man's not knowing his time, 
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Iguvium. Newman, F. W. Text of the Iguvine inscrip- 
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Ihne, Joseph Anton Friedrich Wilhelm. The his- 
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Il-Chan. Hammer-Pukgstall, F. J. Geschichte 
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Ilicino or Glicino or Lapini or da 3fontalcino or da Monte 

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— Geological Survey. Geological survey of Illi- 

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Ulinois and Indiana med. and surg. journal ; ed. by 

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Illinois and St. Louis Bridge Co. Eads, J. B. 

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1868. 8". 
Illinois and Watash Land Co. A ccount of the proceedings. 

of the c< mpanies, in purKiiance of their purchases, 

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1810. 8". (B 452) 

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Illinois Anti-Slavery Convention at Upper Alton, Oct. 

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(E 181) 
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2 V. 8". 
Illuminated magazine; ed. by D. Jerrold ; illust. 

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~ Delamotte, F. p. Mediaeval alphabets and 
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/See also Candles ; — Gas; — Lamps. 
Illusion, L'; comedie. /See Corneille, P. 



Illusions perdues ; parH.de Balzac. Paris, 1865. 

16°. (a:uvres, V. 26, 27.) 
Illustrated book of Scottish songs. Lond., 1854. 8°. 
Illustrated London news. London, 1842-75. 

67 V. f. 
Illustrated Mt. Vernon record. See Mt. Vernon Ladies' 



Illustrated pilgrim almanac for 1860. Boston, 

1860. 8°. 
Illustrated travels ; ed. by H. W. Bates. Vol. 1-6. 

London, 1869-74. 6 v. 4°. 
Illustrations of human life; by [R. P. "VVardl. 

Paris, 1837. 8". 
Illustrations of the manners and expences of an- 
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Illustrations of the roads throughout Bengal, 

including those to Madras and Bombay. 

Calcutta, 1828. 8". 
Illustre docteur Mathcus, L' ; par Erckmann-Cha- 

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59. 3v. 4". 
Illyria. Appiakus Alexandrhnis. De rebus Illy- 

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See alfio Cainiola; — Goeritz; — Istria ; — 
Layhach ; — Triest. 

Illyricus, Flaccius. See Francowitz, M. F. 

Ilsley, E. Clarke. Yes, we think of thee at home; words 
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Ilustre fregona, El. See Cervantes Saavedra, M. de. 

Imagery of foreign travel. See Sherer, M. 

Images. See Idolatry. 

Imaginary conversations of literary men and statesmen. 
See Landor, W. S. 

Imaginary voyages and travels. See Peringtcn (Gaud- 
eiitio de I^ncca); — De Foe (Robinson Crusoe); — 
Holberg (Niels Klim) ; — Quarll ; — Slonenburgh, 
jjseud. (Cajamai); — Swift (Lilliput, Brobdigiiig). 

Imagination. Akenside, M. Pleasures of imag- 
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Same. {InJiis Works, v. 1. 1808; and m Campbell, 

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Imagination, L' ; [par] J.Delille. Nouv.ed. Paris, 

1824. 2 V. 8". (CEuvres, v. 8, 9.) 
Imaginative biography. S(e Brydges, Sir S. E. 



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Imajen del Antecristo [tr. por J. Perez?] i Carta a 
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Imbert, Biirthelemi. La jaloux sans amour. Paris, 1785. 
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Imbert de Saint- Amand, — . Portraits de femmes 

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Conte7its. Duchesse de Chateauroux. — Marquise de 
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der alteu Kunstwerke, 1756. {In his Werke, v. 1. 
1808.) 
ImitationeChristi, De, libriiv. Londini, 1827. 18". 

— Eng. The Christian's pattern ; or, a treatise 

of the imitation of Jesus Christ ; rend, into 
Eng. bv G. Stanhope. 2d ed. London, 
1700. 16". 
Same. New ed. Charlestown, 1812. 8°. 

— French. L'imitation de Jesus Christ; tr. avee 

reflexions par I'abbe F. de Lamennais. Nouv. 
ed. Paris, 1864. 12". 

Same. Tr. et paraph, par P. Corneille. {In his 

(Euvres, v. 3. 1838.) 

— Spanish. Contemptus mundi, 6 menosprecio del 

mundi y imitacion de Cristo; tr. por L. Granada. 
{In his Obras, v. 3. 1863; v. 11 of Aribau. Bibl.) 

— Galeani Napione. G. F. Del ms. De imitatione 

Christi detto ii codice di Arona. {In Turin. Ac. d. 
Sci. Mem., v. 19, 33. 1811-29.) 
Note. On the authorship of the 'De imitatione' (now 
generally attributed to Thomas a Kempis, also as- 
cribed to Jean Gcrson or to a probably fictitious Jean 
Gersen) .see Graesse. Tresor, iii. 412. 
Imitations of celebrated authors ; or, Imaginary- 
rejected articles. London, 1844. 8". 
Imlay, Gilbert. Topographical description of the 
western territory of North America. 3d ed. 
London, 1797. 8° 
Immaculate conception. Gaguinus, R. De pu- 
ritate conceptionis S. Kichardi, etc. [Paris, 
1498.] 4". 

— Costa, F. Reflectionsregarding the expected dogmatic 

definition on the immaculate conception; tr. by Bow- 
yer. Rome, 18-54. 8". (B 1383) 

— Hale, E. E. Sermon, Worcester. Boston, 1855. 8". 

(B 1292) 

Immen-See ; from the German of Th. Storm by H. 
Clark. Phila., 1863. 12". 

Immigration. See Emigration. 

Imminent dangers to the free instjt. of U. S. through foreign 
immigration and the present state of the naturaliza- 
tion laws. New York, 1835. 8". (B 1110) 

Immoral literature. {In Shipley, O. Church. 1868.) 

Immorality of the Moral philosopher; answer to [T. Mor- 
gan's] 'Moral philosopher'; [by J. Hallettl. 2d ed. 
London, 1740. 8". (B 40) 

Immortal mentor. See Cornaro, L. 

Immortality. 

iKg- Works on the question whether man is immortal 
are placed here; for works on the character of a future 
life see Future life (p. 1091). 

Bibliography and History. 

— Abrot, E. Literature of the doctrine of a 

future life. Phila., [186-]. 8". 
Same. (App. to Alger, W. R. Critical hist. [1864.] ) 



Alger, \V. R. Critical history of the doctrine 
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La.mijrrt, C. L'immortalite selon le Christ, 
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CoBBOLD, .J. S. Essay tending to shew in what sense 
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proved by Scripture and reason ; added, 
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don, 1670. 8". 



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INCESTE 



— WiCHMANN, G. J. Heman iiber die Unsterblich- 

keit der Seele nach mosaischen Grundsatzen. 

Leipz., 1773. 8". 
Imola, Beiivenuto da. See Rambaldo, B. 
Imola. Papotti, T. Elogi d'illustri Imolesi. 2a 

ed. Imola, 1841. 8". 
Impartial nccount of Litut, Col. Brndetreet'e exped. to 

Ft»rt Frontenac; added, a few reflections on the con- 
duct of that enterprise, etc., by a volunteer on the 

exped. London, 1759. 8". (B 678) 
Impartial account of the late exped. agajnst St. 

Aufrustine under Oglethorpe. Lond., 1742. S"*. 
Impartial eiiquiry into the cause of our present national 

troubles. London, 1746. 8°. (B 115) 
Impartial enquiry into the causes of the present fears of the 

government. London, 1692. 4°. (B 4) 
Impartial enquiry into the rights of the French King 

to the territory west of the Mississippi. 

London, [17—]. 8°. 

— Another copy. (B 603) 

Impartial enquiry into the state and utility of the 
Province of Georgia. London, 1741. 8° 
Kate. 'In the Georgia Hist. Soc.'s Coll. ascribed to 
Benj. Martyn ; but I believe, from pretty good authority, 
that it was written by John Lord Viscount Perceval.' 
r. Jf. //arris. 
Impartial inquirer; candid examination of the conduct of 
the President of ihe U. S. np., 1811. 8°. (B 439) 
Imrartial philosopher. Seu Argens, J. B. de B , marq. d'. 
Impartial register. The. Vol. 1. Jan.-Dec. 1800. 
Salem, 1800. f°. 
For continuation see Salem register. 
Impartial sketch of the various indulgences granted by Gr. 
Brit., to her colonies, etc.; by an officer. London, 

1778. 8". (B 463) 

Impartial survey of such as are and are not qualified for 
candidates for Pari. n.tp. [IQ'9?] T. (A 54) 

Impartial view of the causes leading this country to an 
union, etc. 3d ed. Dublin. 1799. 8°. (B 1842) 

Impartialis, pseud. Letters of gratitude to J. Huntington, 
for Ills letters of friendship. Hartford, 1781. 8°. (B80) 

Impartialis, pseud. Address to the electors of New Hamp- 
shire, [n.p., 1804.] 8". (B 424, 971) 

Impatient, L'; comedie. [par E. F. de Lantierl. Paris, 

1779. 8°. (C 287) 

Impeacliment. Christian, E. Examination of precedents ; 

an impeachment determined by a dissolution of 

Pari. London. 1791. 8". (B 1408) 
Impending crisis of the South. See Helper, H. R. 
Imperial dictionary of univ. biography. See Dove, P. E. 
Imperiali, Giuseppe Renato. Fontanini, G. Bib- 

liothecjc J. R. Imperialis catalogus. Romse, 

1711. f1 
Impey, Sir Elijah. Elliot, G. Articles of charge of high 

crimesagainstE.L, Dec. 12. Lond., 1787. 8°. (B642) 

— Francis, P. Answer to the charge brought against 

Sir J. Clavering. etc., Feb. 4, by E. Impey. London, 
1788. 8» (B 1841) 

Impey, John. New insti-uctor clericalis ; practice 

of King's Bench. 3d ed. London, 1786. 8°. 
Import and export guide, 1828. See Pope, C. 
Import duties in relation to the happiness of the people and 

prosperity of the Union. Phila., 1832. 8". (B 1512) 
Importance of gaining the friendship of the Indians ; 

[by A. Kennedy], New York, 1751. 8°. 
Importance of Jamaica to Gr. Brit. Lond. ,[1741]. 8". (0314) 
Importance of the British plantations in America 

to this kingdom. London, 1731. 8°. 
Important case. An, argued in four dialogues between D-- 

nil"""?; i^irT" ^'^'''<^' »"<i Discipulus. BostoH, 1810.' 

12". (C 109) 
Important disclosures; also. Invitation to a convention of 

the republican Protestants against Papists, etc. • fby 

A. B. Smolnikar]. Pittsburgh, 1850. 8» (B 1504) 
Important state papers. 1809. See United States. Presi- 

dent. (B 474, 1490, C 109) 
Important truths in simple verse ; [by S. W P ] 

London, 1841. 18°. 
Important truths relating to Christianity, selected 

from spiritual writers; with extracts from 

'The way to Clirist', by J. Behmen. London. 

1769. 12°. 



Impostore, L'; commedia. See Goldoni, C. 

Impostors, Imposture. Sketches of imposture, 

deception, and credulity. London, 1837 . 16°. 

(Family lib., v. 63.) 

— Evelyn. J. History of the three late famous impos- 

tors: Padre Ottomano, Mahomed Bei, and Sabatai 

Sevi. 1669. (/n Ms Miseel. writings. 1825.) 

See also Balsamo, G. ; — Southcote, J. ; — also 
Quackery. 
Imposture, The; a tragi-comedy. See Shirley, J. 
Impresario delle Smirne, L'; commedia. See Goldoni. C. 
Impresario in angustie, L'; burletta, [nelT italiano 

francese]. Paris, 1789. 8°. (B 1625) 
Impressions de voyage. See Dumas, A. 
Impressions litteraires. See Dudevant, A. L. A. D. 
Impressment. All impressments unlawful and 

inadmissible. Boston, [181-?]. 8". (B 524) 

— Butler, C. Essay on the legality of impressing sea- 

men. 2d ed. London. 1778. 8". (B 524) 
Same. 3d ed. {/n Pamphleteer, 1824 ; v. 23 of B 838) 

— Correspondence between D. Webster and Lord Ash- 

burton on McLeod's case; the Creole case and im- 
pressment, n.p., [1842]. 8°. (B 1499) 

— Lloyd. J. Letter on impressments, Feb. 24. Boston, 

1813. S". (B 1491) 

— Mass. Gen. Assembly. Ho. of Eepresentatives. 

Report of the com. [J. Pickering, chairman] 
on impressed seamen. Boston, 1813. 8°. 
Other copies. (B 524, 1491) 

— Right and practice of impressment as concerning Gr. 

Brit, and America. {In Pamphleteer, 1819; v. 14 
of B 838) 

— Sailor's advocate: first printed in 1727-28; [with] 

strictures rel. to the pretended right of taking away 
men by force. 8th ed., with add. London, 1787. 8°. 
(B 762) 

— Taggart, S. Address on impressments, n.t.p. 

[1813.] 8". (B 453) 

— Urquhart, T. Letter to W. Wilberforce on impress- 

ment. (/« Pamphleteer, 1824; v. 24 of B 838) 
See also Davis, J. 

Imprisonment for debt. See Debt. 

Impromptu de campagne, L'; comedie. See Poisson, P. 

Improvement of medicine in London, on the basis of pub- 
lic good. London, 1775. 8" (B 813) 

Improvisatore, The; or Life in Italy; by H. C. 
Andersen ; tr. by M. Howitt. London, 
1845. 2 V. 12°. 

Impulsos del placer, Los; com. See Cruz y Cano, R. de la. 

Imrie, David. Letter to a gentleman in Edinburgh, pre- 
dicting the events of the latter times. Boston, 1756. 
8°. (C25) 

In exile ; by W. von St. ; tr. from the German. 
Phila., 1871. 8°. 

In exitu Israel. See Gould. S. B-. Gabrielle Andre, 

In Gebirg und Thai ; Novellen von R. SchweicheL 
Berlin, 1864. 8°. 

In lodgings at Knightsbridge. — Witch Hampton 
Hall. Boston, [18—]. 8°. 

In lodgings at Knightsbridge. {In Littell's living age, 
V. 88. 1866.) 

In memoriam. See Tennyson, A. 

In silk attire, a novel ; by W. Black. New York, 
1869. 8° 

In the world ; by M. G. Darling. Boston, 1871. 8°. 

In the year '13; a tale of Mecklenburg life, by F. 
Renter ; tr. by C. L. Lewes. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 
1867. 16°. 

In trust ; or. Dr. Bertrand's household ; by A. M. 
Douglas. Boston and New York, 1871. 8°. 

Inama-Sternegg, Karl Theodorvon. Die volkswirthschaft- 
lichen Folgen des 30-jahrigen Kreigs fiir Deutsch- 
land insbes. fiir Landwirthschaft. Gewerbe, und 
Handel. (/?i Historisches Taschenbuch, 1864.) 

Incarville, Pere d'. De la raaniere de fabriquer le sal- 
petre en Chine. (/», Recueil de mem. sur la forma- 
tion du salpetre. 1776. ) 

Incas. See Peru. 

Incendie de la Birague, L' ; par Claretie. Paris, 
1865. 16°. 

Inceste suppose, L'; par F. le Metel de Boisrobert. (/» 
Biblioth. univ. des remans, Nouv., v. 3. 1798.) 



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INDEXES 



Inchbald, Mrs. Elizabeth (Simpson). Mourning 
ring; a simple story. New York, 1822. 12°. 

— Frtnvh. Simple histoire': Larli Matbilde ; tr. de I'atigl. 

par Det^champs. {In Biblioth. univ. des romaiis. 
Noiiv., V. 12. 1799.) 

— Midnight hour. — Such things are. (7n London stage, 

V. 1.) _ Child of nature; a drama. — Every one has 
his faults; a comedy. — Wedding day; a farce. — 
Wives as they were and maids as they are; a com- 
edy. {In V. 2.) — Lover's vows, altered from the 
German of Kotzebue. {In v. 3.) — Animal magnet- 
ism ; a farce. (/« v. 4.) 

— The wedding-day. {In Sargent, E. Mod. stand. 

dr., V. 20.) 

— BoAiiEN, J. Memoirs of I. Lond., 1833. 2 v. 8°. 
Inches, Henderson. Letter to E. Payne and H. Inches, 

referees in the cause between S. Gardiner and J. 

Flagg. [London,] n.d. 8". (B 1447) 
Inchiquin the Jesuit's letters. See Ingersoll, C J. 
Inchofer, Melchior. De eunuchismo. {In Allacci. Sym- 

micta. 1733; — and in Byzant. hist., v. 23. 1733.) 

— NiCERON, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 35. 1736; and. 

Germ., v. 22. 1762.) 
Inchofer, Melchior. pfieud. La monarchic des Solipses. 

See Scotti, G. C. 
Incidents of social life amid the European Alps. 

New York, 1844. 12°. 
Incognita, L'; commedia. See Goldoni, C. 
Incognito; von A. v. Kotzebue. {In his Theater, v. 16.) 
Income, Public. See Finance. 
Inconnu, L'; comedie. See Corneille, T. 
Inconstant, L'; comedie. See Collin d'Harleville, F. J. 
Inconstant, The: bv G. Farquahar. {In his Works, v. 2. 
1772; — in Bell's Brit, theatre, v. 32. 1797; — and in 
Sargent, E. Mod. stand, dr. v. 28.) 
Incorporation. See Corporation. 

Incredulity of St. Thomas ; the Scryveners' play ; 
ed. by J. P. Collier. London, 1859. 4° 
(Camden Soc. Miscel., v. 4.) 
Increments. Emerson, W. Method of I. Lon- 
don, 1763. 4° 
Incubus. Wali.ee, J. Treatise. Lond., 1816. 12°. 
Incunabula. See Printing. 

Independance absolue des Americains des Etats-Unis, L', 
prouvee par I'etat actuel de leur commerce; [par T. 
W. Griffith?]. Paris, an vi, 1798. 8". (B 423) 
Independance beige, L' ; ed. du soir ; 1858-67 ; 
juli - dee. 1868 ; juli - dec. 1869 ; 1870 ; 
1872. Brux., 1858-72. 26 v. f°. 
Independence Hall, Phila. Belisle, D. W. 

History of I. H. Phila., 1859. 12". 
Independency the object of the Congress in America. Lon- 
don, 1776. 8". (B 382) 
Independent, The, 1855-75. N.Y., 1855-71. 16 v. f. 
Independent American and Columbian advertiser, 
July 11 - Dec. 30. Georgetown, 1809. f". 
Note. From Oct. 3 called 'Independent American'. 
Independent chronicle; Sept. 19, 1776 - Dec. 28, 
1815. Boston, 1776-1815. 29 v. (wanting 
Dec. 26, 1797 - July 22, 1798, and some single 
nos.). f''. 
Note. Previously 'The New England chronicle' ; from 
Nov. 7, 1776 called 'Independent chronicle and univer- 
sal advertiser'; from Dec. 21, 18t>i, "Indep. chronicle'. 
Independent ledger and American advertiser ; 
June 15, 1778 - Dec. 31, 1781 ; Jan. 7, 1782 - 
Dec. 26, 1785. Boston, 1778-85. f°. 
Independent Order of Odd Fellows. See Odd Fellows. 
Independent reflector. The. Nos. 2-f)2. Dec. 7. 1752 - Nov. 

22, 1753. New York, 1752-53. f. (A 24) 
Independent statesman and Maine republican, Apr. 12. 

Portland, 1822. f. (E 181) 
Independent Whig, The ; by T. Gordon and J. 
Trenchard. (Vol. 1, 2, 6th ed.) London, 
1735. 3 V, 12*'. 
Independents, Eng. Baylie, H. Dissuasive from 
the errours of the time ; the tenets of the 
principall sects, espec. of the Independents, 
drawn together. London, 1645. 4". 
— Feugusson, J. Refutation of the errors of 
Independency, etc. Edin., 1692. 12". 



— Fletcher, J. History of the revival and prog- 

ress of Independency in England. London, 
1862. 4 V. 12°. 

— Goodwin, T., and others. Apologeticall narration of 

some ministers formerlj^ exiles in the Netherlands, 
now members of the Assembly of Divines, submitted, 
to the Ho. of Pari. London, 1643. 12". (B 654) 

— Hanbury, B. Historical memoirs rel. to the 

Independents. London, 1839-44. 3 v. 8°. 

Lamb, — . Fresh suit against Independency. 

London, 1677. 8°. 

Prince, T. The silken Independents' snare broken. 

London, 1649. 4". (B647) 
Westminster Assembly of Divines. Rea- 
sons presented by the dissenting brethren 
against certain propositions cone, presbyte- 
riall government, and proofs of them voted 
by the Assembly ; with Answer of the As- 
sembly. London, 1648. 4°. 
Note. Includes the 'Papers given in to the committee 
of Lords and Commons, etc., for accommodation. 1644, 
by a sub-committee of divines of the Assembly and dis- 
senting brethren', and 'Papers and answers of dissent- 
ing brethren and committee of Assembly, 1645'. 
Independents, IT. S. Address to the ministers and con- 
gregations of the Presbyteri;m and Independent 
persuasions in IT. S. by a member of the Episcopal 
Church, np., 1790. 12». (D 12) 
Index, The ; a weekly iournal of politics, literature, 
and news. . Vol. 1-5. May 1862 - Aug. 12, 
1865. London, 1862-65. 5 v. f°. 
Index, The ; weekly paper devoted to free religion ; 
[F. E. Abbot, ed.]. Vol. 1-5. Toledo, Bos- 
ton, 1870-74. 5v. f. 
Index ad specimen geographicum. See Anville, J. B. de B. 
Index [dos] 6 tomes das Acad, dos Humildes e Ig- 

norantes. Lisboa, 1764. 4°. 
Index expurgatorius, Index librorum prohibitorum. See 

Congregatio Indicis. 
Index geographicus ; a list of places [on] R. John- 
ston's atlas, with latitudes and longitudes. 
Edin., 1864. 8". 
Index of dates. See Rosse, J. W. 
Index rhetoricus et oratorius. See Farnaby, T. 
Index to the [London] Times. See Times. 
Indexes. There are indexes in the Library to the following 
periodicals: 
Annalen der Chemie und Pharmacie, v. 1-100, 1832-56. 
Annales d'hygiene publiqne, v. 1-50, 1829-53. 
Annales de chimie. v. 1-30, 1789-99; v. 30-60, 1799-1807; 

v. 60-90, 1807-14; 3e ser., v. 31-69, 185r-63. 
Annuaire de I'economie politique, v. 1-24. 1844-67. 
Archiv fur das Studium der neueren Sprachen, v. 1-50. 

1846-72. 
Bibliotheca sacra, v. 1-30, 1844-73; v. 1-13, 1844-56. 
Biblioth^que britannique, v. 1-35, 1796-1800. 
Bibliotheque raisonnee, v. 1-25, 1728-40. 
British and foreign medical rev., v. 1-24, 18.36-47. 
Edinburgh review, v. 1-20. 1802-12; v. 21-50, 1813-30; v. 

51-80, 1830-44; v. 81-110, 1845-59; v. 111-140. 1860-74. 
Gentleman's magazine, v. 1, 2, 1731-86; v. 3-5, 1787-1818; 

v. 1, 20. 1731-18.50. 
Harper's new monthly magazine, v. 1-40, 1850-70. 
Historische Zeitschrih, v. 1-20, 1859-68. 
Hunt's merchants magazine, v. 1-10, 1839-44. 
Journal de la physiologic, v. 1-6, 1858-65. 
Journal of the Royal Geographical Soc, v. 1-10, 1830- 

41; v. 10-20. 1841-51. 
Journal of the Statistical Society of London, v. 1-15, 1834- 

52; 16-25, 1853-63; 26-35. 1863-72. 
London Journal of arts. v. 1-23, 1820-30. 
London "medical and physical journal, v. 1-40. 
Medico-chirurgical transactions, v. 1-33, 1809-50; v. 1-53, 

1809-70. 
Memoires de Trevoux, 1701-75. 
Monthly review, v. 1-17, 1749-57; v. 71-81, 1784-89. 
New Englander, v. 1-19, 1843-61. 
New York times, 1865. 
North American review, v. 1-25. 1815-27. 
Notes and queries, lst-4th ser. in 48 v., 1849-74. 
Philosophical magazine, v. 1-12, 1827-32. 
Princeton review, 1st ser., v. 1-4, 2a ser., v. 1-40, 1825-6S. 
Qaarterlv review, v. 1-19. 1809-19; v. 21-39, 182)-29; v. 41- 
59, 1829-37; v. 61-79, 1838-47; V. 81-99, 1847-56; v. 101- 
120, 1857-66. 



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1500 



INDIA 



Repertory of arts. v. 1-16. 1802-10; v. 1-8, 2d scr., 1810-14. 
Repertory of patent Jnventioni«, 1815-45. 
Silliman'8 journal of science, v. 1-49, 1820-45. 
Times. [London,] 1862-63, 1867-75. 

Westminster review, v. 1-13. 1824-30. „ , r, 

Zeitschrift der Deutachen raorgenliindischen Gesellschaft, 
V. 1-10. 1847-56. 
Poole. W. F. Index to [English and Amer.] reviews, 

- Index to [Eng. and Amer.] periodical literature [to 
Jan. 1852]. 

India. Council of India. 

— Report of the committee on prison discipline 

[in] India. Calcutta, 1838. P. 
Administration. 

— Malcolm, f^ir J. The government of India, 

[ 1827-30] . London, 1833. 81 

— COLKBKOOK. Sir T. E. Letter to T. Baring on the 

Indian civil service. London. 1852. 8°. (B 1533) 

— Jacob, J. Views and opinions [1857] ; coll. 

and ed. by L. Velly. 2d ed. Lond., 1858. 8". 
ConUnts. Civil administration. — Military matters. 

— Xorlhwest frontier. — Persian war. — Present con- 
dition of India and reorganization of its civil and mill- 
tary administration. 

-- Mills, A. India in 1858 ; a summary of the 
existing administration. London, 1858. S°. 

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■ Muir, J. Mythical and legendary accounts of the 

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[1856]. New York, 1858. 12". 

— S— K, W. S. Six months in I. (In Eraser's mag., 

V. 53. 1856.) 

— Wanderings in I. {In Household words, v. 16-17. 

1857-58.) 

— Langley, E. a. Narrative of a residence at 

the court of Meer Ali Moorad ; with wild 
sports in the Valley of the Indus, [1858-59] . 
London, 1860. 2 v. 8". 

— Bruce, J. Sights and scenes in the East. 

London, [1858J. 12". 

— Eastwick, E. B. Handbook for India. Pt. 1, 

Madras ; pt. 2, Bombay. London, /. Mur- 
ray, 1859. 2 v. 12". 

— Markham, C. R. Travels in Peru and India ; 

introduction of Chmcona plants into India, 
[1859]. London, 1862. 8". 

— Gr. Brit. Itidia Office. Moral and material 

progress and condition, 1859-60. [London, 
1861.] 4 pt. f". 
Irrigation works, ete. [London, 1861.] f°. (E 151) 

— FATTiiRSON, li. H. {In his Essays. 1862.) 

— Trevelyan, G. O. The competition wallah, 

[1863]. London and Camb., 1864. 8". 
Mote. From Macmillan's mag., v. 8-10. 1863-64. 
■ — Corner, J/«»» J. Ste IJiatory: Gentt-al works. 

— DiLKE, C. W. Greater Britain, [1866-67]. 

Vol. 2. London, 1868. 8". 

— Carpenter, M. iSix months in India, [1866]. 

London, 1868. 2 v. 12". 
See also Assam ; — Bantam ; — Benares ; — Bengal ; 

— Bombay ; — BurmaJi ; — Butan ; — Calcutta ; — 
Cavery, Falls of ; —Ceylon; — Coromandel; — Diu; 

— East Indies ; — ElepJaanta ; — Ganges Canal ; — 
Garrow ivits. ; — Himalaya Mts. ; — Inaus; — Kandy ; 

— Kemaon, Frov. of ; — Khondistan ; — Lahore ; — 
Mergui Archipelago ; — Mysore; — Neilgherry Hills ; 

— JS-epaul ; — Quae ; — Punjab ; — Scinde ; — also 
India, Overland Koute to ; — 

also Antiquities (p. 1500); — Architecture ;— Army; 

— Caste; — Conimirce; — Costume (p. 1501); — Ath- 
nology (p. \h^'6)\ — Inscrijitionf (.p. 15o5);— Medicim-; 

— Mifsions ; — lialural history (p. 1506); — Numismat- 
ics ; — raloeontulogy. 

{Maps.) 

— Arrowsmith, a. Maps of I. Lond., 1816. f. 

— Bellin, J. N. Carte de la presqu'isle de I'Inde, cont. 

les costes depuis Caiubayw jusqu'uux bouches du 
Gange. n.p., 1766. (E 87, no. 64j 
189. (12, 6. 76.) 



Blaeu. W. India quae Orientalis dicitur et insulae ad- 

jacentes. [Amst., 16—.] (E 78, no. 282) 
Hindostan. London, 1788. (E 66) 
Illustrations of the roads throughout Bengal 

incl. those to Madras and Bombay. Calcutta, 

1828. 8". 
India. London, 1800. (E 66) 
Jansson, J. Indiae Orientalis descriptio. Amst., 

[16-]. (F78, no. 283) 
La Kochette. L. S. de. 2d ed. London, 1797. (E 66) 
Map. 2d ed. London, 1795. (E 66) 

Education. 

Carpenter, M. Female education in India. {In 
Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans.. 1867.) 

Institution for the Support and Encourage- 
ment OF Native Schools in India. 2d report. 
Serampore, 1819. 8". (B 1027) 

Ethnology. 
Elliot, Sir H. M. Memoirs of the history 

and distribution of the races of N. I. Lon- 
don, 1869. 2 V. 8° 
Latham, R.G. Ethnology of India. London, 

1859. 8°. 
Lewin, Capt. T. H. Wild races of S. E. India. 

London, 1870. 8". 
Maury, L. F. A. Les populations primitives du nord 

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4e8er., V.7. 1854.) 
Races of I. {fn Handy helps. 1859.) 
Schlegel. A. W. von. De rorisjitie desHindous. {In 

Roy. Soc. of Lit. Trans., v.^2. 1834.) 

Fi7iance. 
Gr. Brit. Pari. Correspondence on proposed 
financial measures in I. and despatches on 
the recal of Sir T. Trevelyan. n.p., 1860. f. 

- East India: Finance and revenue accounts of the 

government of India, for 1859-60; — Estimate of 
revenue, expenditure, and cash balances for 1860- 
61 ; with a comparison of the two years. [London,] 
1861. f°. (E 151) 

History. 

Corner, J. History of China and India, pic- 
torial and descriptive. London, ti.d. 8". 

- Same, with add. India, pictorial, descript., 

and hist. London, Bohn, 1864. 8". 

Elphinstone, M. History of India, [to 1761]. 
London, 1841. 2 v. 8". 

Gleig, G. R. Hist, of British Empire in India, 
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Lacroix de Marles, J. Histoire gen. de 
rinde, ancienne et moderne, jusqu'a [1828], 
Paris, 1828. 6 v. 8*'. 

Lassen, C. Indische Alterthumskunde. Bonn, 
Berlin, etc., 1847-61. 4 v. 8". 

Manning {formerly Speir), Mrs. Ancient and 
mediieval India. London, 1869. 2 v. 8**. 

Marshman, J. C. History of India to the close 
of Lord Dalhousie's administration, [1828]. 
London, 1867. 2 v. 8". 

Martin, R. M. History, antiquities, statis- 
tics, etc., of Eastern India. London, 1838. 
3 V. 8". 

Maurice, T. History of Hindostan, [to 1765]. 
London, 1795-1803. 2 v. in 4 pts. 4". 

Muhammad Kasim Farishta. History of Hin- 
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2. 2d ed.) London, 1770-72. 3 v. 4". 

- Same. New ed. London, 1803. 3 v. 8". 
Murray, II., a«rf others. Hist, and descriptive 

account of India. New York, n.d. 3 v. 12". 
(Harper's fam. lib., v. 47-49.) 
Picture of I., geog., hist., and descriptive, [to 
1830] . London, 1830. 2 v. 12". 



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- lliTCHiE, L. British -world in the east. Lon- 

don, 1847. 2 V. 8". 

- Robertson, W. See Description (p. 1501). 

- "SVaki), W. View of the hist., lit., and religion 

of Hindoos. 3d ed. London, 1817. 2 v. 8°. 

- - Same. View of hist., lit., and mythology of 

Hindoos. New ed. London, 1822. 3 v.* 8Z 

- Wheeler, J. T. History of India from the 

earliest ages. London, 1867-76. 4 v. 8®. 
Contents. Vol. 1. The Vedic period and the Maha 
Bharata. 2. The Ramayan and the Brahmanic period. 
3. Hindu.— Buddhist. — Brahminical revival. 4, pt. 1. 
Museuhnan rule. 

US' The following are chronologically arranged. 

• "Weber, A. Die neuern Forschungen iiber das alte 

Indien. {In Historisches Taschenbuch, 1855.) 

- Ctesias. Indica; [circa 400 ante Chr.]. — Histoire de 

I'Inde. See Ctesias (p. 711). 

- Elliot, i>ir H. M. History of India, as told 

by its own historians ; the Muhammadan 
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don, 1867-73. 5 V. 8". 

• Reinal'D, J. T. Mem. geographique, histjrique, et 

Bcientifique sur I'Indes anter. au milieu du lleeiecle. 
(/n Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Inner. Mem., v. 18. 1849.) 

• Mackenzie, Major. Vicramaditya et Salivahana. 

[to 1398]. {In S6riey8, A. Bibl. acad.. v. 4. 1811.) 
Malcolm, .s'?r J. Central India, [about 1400-1821]. 

See Malwa. 
History of the Empire of the great Mogul, [1409- 

1739]. (/» Harris, J. Col. of voy., v. 1. 1764.) 
Erskine, W. India under Baber and Humayun, 

[1483-1656]. London, 1854. 2 v. 8°. 
SuLivAN, R. J. Anah'sis of the political his- 
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Nel'MANN. K. F. Die Griindung des englisehen Reichs 

in Indien, [1497-1773]. {In Historisches Taschen- 
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Jancigny, a. p. D. de. La soc. et les gouvernments 

de I'Hindostan au 16e siecle : Akbar et les races de 

I'Inde. {In Revue d. D. Mondes, dec. 1853.) — 

Les institutions et le regne d'Akbar. {In juil. 1854.) 
SAiNSBrRY, W. N. Calendar of state papers, 

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Mill, J. British history of India, [1527-1805]. 

3d ed. London. 1826. 6 v. 8°. 
Martineau, H. British rule in India, [1593- 

1857]. London, 1857. 8°. 
Ludlow, J. M. British India ; its races and 

history, [1600-1858]. Camb., 1858. 2 v. 16°. 
Anderson, P. The English in Western India, 

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Martin, R. M. British possessions in India, 

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Malleson, G. B. History of the French in 

India, 1674-1761. London, 1868. 8*^. 
Vergennes, C. G., comte de. Memoire sur I'lndostan, 

[1704-48], (/nAis Memoire sur la Louisiane. 1802.) 
Maistre de la Tour, — . History of Hyder 

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Orme, R. History of the military transactions 

in Hindostan since 1745. London, 1763- 

78. 2 V. in 3 pts. 4°. 
Ives, E. Voyage to India, 1754, and narrative 

of the operation of the squadron and army 

under Vice-Adm. Watson and Col. Clive, 

1755-57. London, 1773. 4°. 
Hough, W. British exploits and political 

events in India, China, etc., 1756-1849. 

London, 1853. 8°. 
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Saint-Priest, A. de G., comte de. La perte de ITnde 

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mail845.) 



— Cral'FURD, Q. History and politic«l ptate of the 

present native powers of Hindostan, [1762-90], {In 
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— Gr. Brit. India Office. East India Nawaubs of the 

Carnatic; treaties and agreements between the gov- 
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— Hamilton. E. History, religion, and manners of the 

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— Lindsay, James and John, Two narratives of the 

Sroceedings of the British army uilder^iGen. Sir 
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— Bristow, J. Narrative of [his] captivity with Hyder- 

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— Fullarton, W. View of the English inter- 

ests in I., and account of the military opera- 
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Same. 2d ed. London, 1788. 8". 

— Proceedings in Parliament, 1791-92, rel. to 

the war in India ; with the late treaties, etc. 
London, 1792. 8°. 

— Sharpe, G. General plans for laying out towns on 

the new acquired lands, n.p., 1794. 8°. (B 997) 

— CoRNWALLis, C, \st Mavquis. Correspond- 

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— Wellesley, A.,ls^/)w^eo/ T^WZmgrtow, Despatches, 

1797-1805. (Vol. 1-3 of his Disp, 1837; v, 1-5 of 
Suppl. disp. 1858-59; «fe aho Select, fr, disp. 1832,) 

— Negotiations of Tippoo Sultaun with French 

and other foreign states, against the British ; 
with proceed, of Jacobin Club formed at 
Seringapatam by French soldiers, [1798-99]. 
Calcutta, Company's press, 1799. 4°. 

— Same, without the orig. French docs. Calcutta, 

Mirror press, 1799. 4". 

— Review of the affairs of India from 1798 to 1807. 

2d ed. London, 1807. 8". (B 769) 

— Blakeston, J. Twelve years' military adven- 

ture ; memoirs of an officer, 1802-14. Lon- 
don, 1829. 2 v. 8". 

— Wilson, H. H. History of British India, 

1805-35. London, 1848. 3 v. 8". 

— Alison. Sir A. India from 1806-26, {In his Hist, of 

Europe, v, 6, 1857,) 

— Letter from an officer at Madras to a friend in Eng,, 

exhibiting the rise, progress, and actual state of the 
late insurrection in the Indian army, [1809]. 3d ed. 
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— Hastings, F. R., 1st Marq. of H. Private 

journal, [1813-18] ; ed. by the Marchioness 
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Summary of the administration of the Indian govern- 
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— Prinsep, H. T. Polit. and milit. transactions 

under Hastings, 1813-18. London, 1820. 4". 

— Lake, E. Journals of sieges of the Madras 

army, 1817-19. London, 1825. 8". 

— Asiatic journal and monthly register for Brit. 

I. and its dependencies. Vol. 9-28. Jan. 
1820 - Dec. 1829. Lond., 1820-29. 20 v. 81 

New ser. Vol. 1-40. Jan. 1830 - Apr. 1843. 

London, 1830-43. 40 v. 8°. 

3d series. Asiatic journal and monthly mis- 
cellany. Vol. 1-4. May 1843 - Apr. 1845. 
London, 1843-45. 4 v. 8". 

— India and Lord Ellenborough. [1841-44], 3d ed. 

London, 1844. 8°. (B 1192, 1531) 

— Alison. Sir A. Indian history, 1842-56. {In his His- 

tory of Europe, v. 8. 1859.) 

— Calcutta review. Vol. 1-19, 21-31, no. 1. 

Calcutta, 1844-58. 29 v. 8°. 

— Stanhope, P, H., Id. Mahon. India, {In his Hist. 

of Eng., v, 4, 7. 1844-54.) 



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— Arnold, E. The Marq. of Dalhousie's admin- 

istration of Brit. India, [1848-56]. London, 
1862-65. 2 V. 8^. 

— JANCIGNY, A. P. D. de. L'Inde anglaise en 1854 et 

la nouv. charte de la Comp. des lades. {In Revue 
d. D. Mondes, aout 1854.) 

{Sepoy rebellion. 1856-58.) 
See also Havelock, Sir H. ; — Lawrence, Sir H. ; — 
Outram, Sir J. ; — also Cawnpore ; — Lucknow. 

— Bor-'CHiER, G. Eight months' campaign 

a ainst the Bengal Sepoy army in 1857. 
London, 1858. 12°. 

— Buxton. C. The questions raised by the mutiny, (/n 

Cambridge essays, 1857.) 

— Edwards, W. Personal adventures during the 

Indian rebellion, [1857]. London, 1858. 12°. 

— GiBNEY, Capt. My escape from mutinies in 

Oudh, [1845-58]. London, 1858. 2 v. 12° 

— GuBKiNS, M. R. Slutinies in Oudh ; and siege 

of Lucknow, [1857]. London, 1858. 8°. 

— HoDSON, W. S. R. Twelve years of a soldier's 

life in India ; ed. bv Rev. G. H. Hodson, 
[1845-58]. London, 'l859. 8°. 

— Kaye, J. \V. History of the Sepoy war in In- 

dia, 1857-58. London, 1864-70. 2 v. 8°. 

— Lowe, T. Central India during the rebellion 

of 1857-58. London, 1860. 8°. 

— Majendie, V. D., Lieut. Up among the pan- 

dies ; a year's service in India, [1857-58]. 
London, 1859, 8°. 

— Mead, H. The Sepoy revolt, [1856-57]. Lon- 

don, 1857. 8°. 

— Prichard, I. T. Mutinies in Rajpootana, 

[1857-58]. London, 1860. 8°. 

— Raikes, C. Notes on the revolt in the North 

western provinces of I., [1857-58]. London, 
1858. 8°. 

— Russell, W. H. My diary in India, 1858-59. 

London, 1860. 2 v. 8°. 

— Maoleod.N. Days in North India, [1869]. (/n Good 

words V. 11. 1870.) 
See also Bencoolen ; — Bengal ; — Carnatia : — 
Cawnpore; — Ceylon ; — Delhi ; — East India Co. ; — 
East Indies ; — Great Britain ; — Lahore ; — Madras ; 

— Mahrattas ; — Mogul Empire ; — Mysore ; — Nizam, 
The ; — Oade; — Punjab ; — Sikhs ; — Sinde ; — Thugs ; 

— aUo Administration (p. 1500); — A?itiguities; — 
Architecture ; — Gaste ; — Chronology ; — Description 
(p. 1601); — ^Numismatics (p. 1506). 

Inscriptions. 

— Tychsen. T. C. De inscriptionibus Tndicis et privile- 

giis Judaeorum et Christianorura S. Thomae in ora 
Malabarica; cum explicatione inscriptionis trilinguis 
a Buchanano adiatae. {In Goettingen. Gea. d. 
Wiss. Comm., 1819-22.) 

Language. 

— Al^LEN. D. O. State and prospects of the English lan- 

guage in India. {In Amer. Orient. Soc. Journ., 
v. 4. 1854.) 

See also Bengal ; — Hindustani ; — Mahratta ; 
— Sanskrit ; — Tamil. 

Law, 

— Colebrooke, H. T. Hindu courts of justice. {In 

Roy. Asiatic Soc. Trans., v. 2, 1830.) 

— DATTAKA-miraansa, etc. ; treatises on the Hindu 

law of adoption ; tr. by J. C. C. Sutherland. 
2d ed. Calcutta, 1834. 8°. 

— Great Britain. Pari. 7th - 11th report on the ad- 

ministration of justice in India. (/«, Gr. Brit. //o.o/ 
Commons. Reports, v. 6. 1806.) 

— Maine, H. S. Village communities in the 

East and West. London, 1871. 8°. 

— Maurice, T. On the ancient jurisprudence of India. 

{In his Indian antiq., v. 7. 1800.) 

— Meneses, D. de, Vice-Roy. Tractate of the Portugal! 

Indies, cont. the laws, etc. {In Purchas. Pil- 
grimes, 1625.) 



Menu. Institutes of Hindu laws ; or, Ordi- 
nances of M. ; tr. by Sir W. Jones. Calcutta, 
1824. 4°. 

Priestley, J. Compar. of the institutions of 
Moses with those of the Hindoos, etc. 
North umb., 1804. 8°. 

Rammohun Roy. Brief remarks regard, modern en- 
croachments on ancient rights of females, accord, to 
the Hindoo law of inheritance. Calcutta, 1822. 8» 
(B 1469) 
See also Gentoo laws. 

L'egends, 

Burton, R. F. Vikram and the vampire ; or, 
Tales of Hindu devilry. London, 1870. 12". 

Frere, M. Old Deccan days ; or, Hindoo 
fairy legends ; col. from oral tradition ; with 
introd. by Sir B. Frere. London, 1868. le*. 

Literature. 

Native printing in India by a missionary printer of 
the American Board at Madras. {M Amer. Orient. 
Soc, V. 2. 1851.) 

Taylor, M. Native literature of India. {In After- 
noon lectures, 2d ser. 1864.) 

See also Hindustani ; — Sanskrit ; — Tamil. 

Medicine. 

AcosTA, C. Drogas medicinas de las Indias 
Orientales. Burgos, 1578. 4°. 

AiNSLiE, W. Materia Indica ; articles era- 
ployed in medicine, e^c. Lond., 1826. 2 v. 8°. 

Annesley, J. Most prevalent diseases of India. 
London, 1825. 8°. 

Curtis, C. Diseases of India. Edin., 1807. 8°. 

Henderson, H. B. Results of an enquiry resp. the 
law of mortality for British India, from reports of 
the committee appointed by the Bengal govenunent, 
1834. {In Asiatic researches, v. 20, pt. 1. 18.36.) 

MoREHEAD, C. Researches on disease in India. 
London, 1856. 2 v. 8°. 

Missions. 

MfiMOiRES des Indes. {In Lettres ^difiantes et 

curieuses, etc.. v. 10-15, 25-26. 1811.) 
Missions de I'Inde. (Vol. 4 of Choix des Lettres edi- 

fiantes. 1809.) 

4®= The following are chronologically arranged . 
Letronne, A. J. La realite d'une mission arienne 

dans rinde sous le regne de I'empereur Constance, 

[830]. {In Paris. Inst. Ac. d. liiscr. Mem., v. 10. 

1833.) 
Buchanan, C. Memoir of the expediency of 

an eccl. establishment for Brit. India, [1805]. 

Camb., 1811. 8'^. 

- Another copy. (B 1016) 

- Observations on the present state of the E. I. Co., 

[1806]. 4th ed. London, 1808. 8° (B 1844) 

Twining, T. Letter to the chairman of the E. I. Co. 
on the danger of interfering in the religious opinions 
of the natives. 2d ed. London, 1807. 8°. (B 1844) 

Owen, J. Address to the chairman of the E. I. Co. 
fonl Twining's letter, and on the views of the Brit, 
and For. Bible Soc. 3d ed. Lond., 1807. 8". (B 679) 

Waring, J. S. Letter to J. Owen, In reply to 'Brief 
strictures,' etc.. on the present state of the E. I. 
Co., [1807]. London, 1808. 8°, (B 679. 1845) 

Letter to the president of the Board of Control on 
the propagation of Christianity in India. London, 
1807. 8". (B1844) 

Considerations on the policy, f^c, of communicating 
to the natives of India the knowledge of Christianity, 
with obs. on a pam. by J. S. Waring; by a late res- 
ident in Bengal. London. 1808. 8". (B 1846) 

Cunningham, J. W. Christianity in India. 
London, 1808. 8°. 

Fuller, A. Apology for the late Christian 
missions to India. London, 1808. 8". 

- Another copy. (B 1846) 

- Same. Pt« 2, 3. London, 1808. 8» (B 679) 
Letter to J. 8. Waring in refutation of his 'Observa- 
tions'. London, 1808. 8°. (B 679, 1844) 



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- Vindication of the Hindoos from the af^porsions of C. 

Buchanan, etc. London, I808. 8°. (B 679, 1845) 

- Same. Ft. 2, in reply to the Cliriptiaii observer, Mr. 

Fuller and his anon, friend. Lond.. 1808. 8". (B 1845) 

- Waring. J. S. Reply to a letter to [him]. London, 

1808. 8». (B 1844) 

- Hopkins, D. Dangers of British India from 

French invasion and missionary establish- 
ments. 2d ed. London, 1809. 8°. 

- WiLBERFORCE, "W. Substance of [his] speeches on 

the clause in the E. I. bill, for promoting the re- 
ligious instruction of the natives, [1813]. (/« Pam- 
phleteer, 1814; V. 3 of B 838) 

- Hough. J. Reply to Abbe Dubois on Christ- 

ianity in India,' [1815-24]. Lond., 1824. 8°. 

- WiNSLow, M. Hints on missions to India, 

[1819-55]. New York, 1856. 12"^. 

- AVare, H., and Adam, W. Correspondence rel. 

to the prospects of Christianity in India, 
[1823]. Camb., 1824. 8". 

- Tyerman, D., and Bennett, G. Missionary 

travels in India, [1828-29]. London, 1831. 
2 V. 8". 

- Fox, H. W. Chapters on missions in South 

India, [1846]. London, 1848. 12". 
Frere, Sir H. B. E. Indian missions, [1869]. {In 
Weir, A. Church and age. 1870.) 

See also Madura mission ;— Portuguese ; — 
also Martyn, H. ; — Sherwood, Mrs. M. M. B. 

Natural history. 

Account of the most remarkable fish and fowl in the 
E. I. {In Harris, J. Col. of voy., v. 1. 1764.) 

Gray, J. E. Illustrations of Indian zoology. 
Vol. 1. London, 1830-32. f". 

- Reptiles. {In Beechey, F. W. Zoology of B.'s voy- 
age. 1839.) 

Jacquemont, V. Voyage dans I'lnde, 1828- 
32. Tome 4 : Zoologie, Botanique. Paris, 
1844. 4". 

Land animals in the E. I. as described by antient au- 
thors compared with modern writers. {In Harris, 
J. Col. of voy., V. 1. 1764.) 

Leveson, H. a. The forest and the field ; by 
the 'Old Shekarry'. 2d ed. Lond., 1867. 8". 

Natuurkundig tijdschrift voor Nederlandsch 
Indie, uitgegeven door de Kon. Natuurkun- 
dige Vereeniging in Nederlandsch Indie. 
Deel 28, 6e ser., deel 3. Batavia, 1865. 8°. 

Newton, A, Ornithology of I. — Gould, S B-. List 
of plants. {In Gould, S. B-. Iceland. 1863.) 

Piso, W. De Indise utriusque re naturali et 
medica libri xiv. Amst., 1658. f". 

Provost d'Exiles. A. F. Histoire naturelle deslndes 
Orientaies. {In his Hist. gen. des voy.. v. 11. 1753.) 

ScHLAGiNTWEiT, H., A., and B. Results of a 
scientific mission to India and High Asia. 
London, 1861-66. 4 v. 4" and Atlas f". 

Shakespear, H. Wild sports of India. Lon- 
don, 1860. 16". 

Wilson, J., and others. (Vol. 3 of Murray, H. Hist, 
account. 1832.) 
See also Palaeontology, below. 

Numismatics. 

Prinsep, J. Essays on Indian antiquities, his- 
toric, numismatic, etc, ed. by E.Thomas. 
London, 1858. 2 v. 8". 

Tychsen, T. C. De numis Indicis maxime in biblio- 
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Pal(Bontology. 

Falconer, H..«n(? Cautlev, T. P. Sivatherium gi- 
ganteum; — Fossil hippopotamus; — Fossil camel; 
— Felis cristata, a new fossil tiger; — Ursus Sivalen- 
sis. — Cautlev, p. T. Fossil crocodile. — Fossil 
gharial. — Durand, H. M. Hippopotamus and 
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— Origin and tenets of certain Muhammedan sects. 

— Inscriptions on temples of the Jaina sect. (In 
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Devoih#! d'une vertueuse veuve hindoue. {In Serieys, 
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EoRSTER, G. Mythology and customs of Hin-. 
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Gangooly, J. C. Life and religion of the Hin- 
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Gr. Brit. India Office. Papers rel. to East 
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- Papers rel. to E. India affairs, burning of 

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other masters, v. 1. 1863.) 
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Lord, H. Discovery of two foreign sects in the E. I. 

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Note. This is the same as v. 2 of his 'Indian 
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- Survey of the theology of Hindostan. (Vol. 2 of his 

Ind. aiitiq. 1794.) — Indian theology, and the sacred 
edifices and symbolical rites of Hindostan and 
Egypt compared. (Vol. 3.) — Hebrew trinity and 
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Pavie, T. {In Revue d. D. Mondes, juil. 1854, mai, 
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Prusunnu Koomar Thakoor. Humble suggestions 
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also Ikhwanu-s safa. For the sacred books of the Hin- 
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Science. 

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omy ; tr. with notes by E. Burgess. New 
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Slavery. 

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western peninsula of I. London. 1833. 8°. (B 1073) 

-- Slavery in India; paper presented to the General 

Anti-Slavery Convention. Lond.,1840. 8°. (B1482) 

- Cropper, J. Letters to W. Wilberforce recommend- 

ing the cultivation of sugar in the East Indies [to 
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1822. 8". (B 1674) 

Social distinctions. 
See Caste (p. 1500). 

Social life and national character. 

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(Lib. ent. kn., v. 14, 15.) 

- Hamilton. E., [1775-80]. {In her Translation of the 

letters of a Hindoo Rajah, v. 1. 1797.) 

- RiCKARDs, R. India ; facts to illustrate the 

character and condition of the native inhab- 
itants, with suggestions for reforming the 
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- Dubois, J. A. Character, manners, and cus- 

toms of the people of India, [1789-1806]. 
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- Craufuri), Q. Sketches chiefly rel. to the 

history, religion, learning, and manners of 
the Hindoos ; with account of the present 
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- - Same. 2d ed. London, 1792. 2 v. 8°. 

- Ward.W. Manners of Hindoos. See IMigion, above. 

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Mussulmauns of India ; their customs and • 
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Statistics. 

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taxation. London, 1858. 8°. 

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onies. 1843.) 



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Miscellaneous. 

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London, 1837. 2 v. 81 

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many, Hungary, Turkey, Natolia, Syria, and the 
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India-rubljer car-springs. Ray, F. M. Specifi- 
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— St. John, H. The Indian Archipelago, [1160- 

1848]. London, 1853. 2 v. 8° 

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Same. New York, 1869. S"*. 

See aim Lord North's Islands ; — Madagascar; 
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Indian biographv, Indian captivities. See Indians. 
Indian Charity School nt Lebanon. See Dartmouth Col- 
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Indian corn. See Maize. 
Indian epic poetry. See Williams, M. 

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moire eeog. de J. Codine, sur la mer des Indes. {In 
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— La Haye, J. de, and Caron, F. Journal du 

vovage des arandes Indes [de] I'escadre de 
S.'M., 1670-74. Paris, 1698. 2 v. 12^. 

— Le Gentil, J. G. H. J. B. Vovage dans les 

mers de I'Inde, 1761-69. Paris, 1779-81, 
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the Indian Ocean, 1790. Boston, 1803. 12«. 

— Fanning, E. Vovages to the South Seas, 

Indian, and Pacific Oceans, etc., 1837-38. 
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Maps. 

— Apres de Mannevillete, J. B. N. D. d'. Le 

Neptune Oriental. [Paris? 1875?] i". 

— Chart. London, 1797. (E 66) 

— Mar di India, n.p.. [16—]. (E 78, no. 2S6) 

Sep aUo Andaman Islands ; — Laccadive Islands ; — 
Maldive Islands ; — Mauritius ; — Mozambique Chan- 
nel ; — Nicobar Islands ; — Red Sea. 

Indian Pass, Essex Co., N. Y. Street, A. B. The 
Indian Pass. New York, 1869. 16°. 

Indian queen. The; tragedy; by J. Dryden. {In his 
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Indian reminiscences. See Addison, G. A. 

Indian sketches. See Irving, J. T. 

Indian Territory. Harris, N. S. Journal of a 
tour in the Indian territory. New York, 
1843. 8". 

Indian trust bonds. United States. 36th Cong., 
2d sess. House. Abstracted Indian trust 
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Indiana, a tract in West Virginia. View of the title to In- 
diana. Phila., 1776. 8°. (B 585, W 84) 

Indiana. territory. 

— Convention at Vincennes. 1802, Letter from W. H. 

Harrison, Pres., inclosing an instrument to snspend 
the operation of the 6th article of compact between 
the U. S. and Indiana; [also a memorial and peti- 
tion of the inhab. of Ind.J. n.p., 1803. 8°. (B 1489) 

— Governor. Letter from W. H. Harrison, Gov., inch 

certain resolutions by the Legislative Council and 
House rel. to a suspension of the 6th article of the 
compact betw. the U. S. and the territories and 
states north-west of the Ohio, made July 13, 1787. 
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— May, J., and others. Memorial of citizens of Indiana 

Territory for an interposition of Congress. Wash., 
1804. 8» (B 504) 



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STATE. 

— Adjutant General. Report, 1862. Indianapolis, 

1863. 8". 

Army list. {Tn Smith, G. B. Official army list of 

western states.) 

— General Assembly. Documents, 1848-50, 53, 55. 

Indianap., 1848-55. 5 v. 8°. 

House and Senate documents, 1840-41. In- 
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House of Representatives. Journal, 1832. In- 
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Senate. Journal, 1832, 37. Indianap., 1832- 

37. 2v. 8". 

— Fund Commissioner. Report, n.ip. IMl. S°. (B1176) 

— Geoloyist. 1st annual report, 1869, by E. T. 

Cox, state geologist, [with maps and colored 
section], Indianap., 1869. 2 v. 8". 

Report of a geol. reconnoisance by D. H. 

Owen, 1837. Indianap., 1853. 8°. 

— State Board of Agriculture, 1^51, 5Z. lst-3drep. 

Indianap., 1852-54. 3 v. 8". 

— Superinte?ident of Common Schools. Report. 

Indianap., 1851. 8". 
School law, with explanations, etc. Indian- 
apolis, 1853. 8". 

— Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1st, 2d, 5th 

annual report. Indianap., 1851-57. 3 v. 8". 

— Treasurer. Report, 1835 - 36. Indianapolis, 

1836. 8". 

Description. 

— Adams, B. Account of the great cave in Indiana. 

{In Amer. Antiq. See. Trans., v. 1. 1820.) 

— Gazetteer, The. 3d ed. Indianap., 1850. 8". 

— Smith, O. H. Early Indiana, trials and sketches. 

Cincin., 1858. 8". 
See also Cannelton ; — Vigo County ; — Wabash. 

Education. 

Assoc. FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF SCHOOES IN IA. 

1st annual meeting, Sept. 3. Madison, 1%'6'6. 8". (B 
1722) 

History, Politics, etc. 

— Dillon, J. B. History of Indiana. Indianap., 

1859. 8". 

— Soldier of Indiana in the war of the Union. 

Indianapolis, 1864. 8°. 

Natural history. 

— Allen, J. A. Notes on birds observed in northern 

Illinois, etc. {In Boston Soc. of Nat. Hist. Mem., 
V. 1. 1866-69.) 

Indiana; par G. Sand [Mme. Dudevantl. Paris, 
1853. 16° 

Indiana, La ; coniedia. See Cruz y Cano, R. de la. 

Indiana et Charlemagne, vaudeville par Bayard et Duma- 
noir. Berlin. 1842. 12", (E 22) 

Indiana gazette. Nov. 29. Corydon, la., 1821. f. (E 181) 

Indiana medical and surg. journal. See Illinois. 

Indianapolis. Proceedings of the Indianopolis Bar on the 
death of Hon. O. A. Smith, Mar. 1858. Indianapolis, 
1859. 8". (B 1247) 

Indianer in England, Die; von A. v. Kotzebue. (In his 
Theater, v. 1. 1840.) 

Indianopathy. Greene, H. Indianopathy; science of In- 
dian medicine. 14th ed. Boston, 1861. 12°. (B 269) 

Indians, North American. Biography. 

— Drake, S. G. Indian biography ; lives of 

more than 200 chiefs. Boston, 1832. 12°. 

Sa7ne. Book of the Indians; 8th ed. with 

add. Boston, 1841. 8". 

— M'Kenney, T. L., and Hall, J. History of the 

Indian tribes of North America ; with biog. 
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44. 3 V. f° 

Contents. Vol. 1, 2. Biography. 3. History. 



- Stanley. J. M. Catalogue of portraits of I. painted 

by him. (vn Smithsonian Inst. Col., v. 2. 1766.) 

- Thatcher, B. B. Indian biogiaphy. N. Y., 

1848. 2v. le''. (Harper sfam. lib., V. 45-46.) 

See also Black Hawk ; — Copway, George; — Eliot, 

Rev. John ; — Pocahontas ; — Tecumseh ; — Tomo-Chi- 

Chi ; — Tsonnonthouan ; — Uncas ; — also Duquesne, 

Fort (baptisms and burials). 

Captivities. 

■ Indian captivities. {In American adventure, v. 1. 

Harper's fam. lib., v. 174.) 

See also the titles under the dates 1676. 1703, 
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Color. 

■ Belknap, J. On the colour of the native Americans, 

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History, etc. 
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- Amer. Ethnological Society. Transactions. 

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dians ; — Yakama language ; — Yucatan. 

Legends. 

■ Schoolcraft, H. R. Algic researches. 1st 

ser. : Indian tales and legends. New York, 
1839. 12°. 
• Jones, J. A. Traditions of the North Amer- 
ican Indians ; being 2d and rev. ed. of 'Tales 
of an Indian camp'. London, 1830. 3 v. 8''. 

Medicine. 

■ Rush, B. Oration, cont. an enquiry into the nat. hist. 

of medicine among the Indians, their diseases and 
remedies. Phila., 1774. 8°. (B 349) 

Missio7is. 
Shea, J. G. History of Catholic Missions 
among the Indian tribes of the U. States 
1529-1854. New York, 1855. 8« 



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- Kip, W. I. Early Jesuit missions in North 

America ; comp. and tr. from the letters of 
the French Jesuits, [1656-1767]. New York, 
1846. 2 pts. 12°. 

- Eliot, J. See Eliot, J. (p. 871). 

- Wilson, T. Knowledge and practice of Christ- 

ianity made easy ; instruction for the Indians. 
[1740]. London, 1741. 8". 

- HAWiiEY, G. Account of his services among the I. of 

Mass. and N^. Y., [1744-94,] and a narrative of his 
journey to Onohoghowage. (/«, Mass. Hist. See. 
Col., V. 4. 1795.) 

- McCoy, I. History of Baptist missions, 1817- 

1840]. Wash., 1840. 8°. 

- West, J. Journal of a mission to the Indians in New 

Brunswick, etc., 1825-26. {In his Substance of a 
journal, etc. 1827. ) 

- Harris, N. S. Journal of a tour in the Indian 

territory [for] the Board of Missions of the 

Prot. Episc. Church, 1844. N.Y., 1844. 8°. 

See also Abnakis ; — Canada. Hist, {espec. Bressani, 

CARAYON, DABEON, LACROIX, DE CHARRIERES, UORIN, 

Sagard THfiODAT, SiiEA,) ;— Chaumonot ; — Dreuil- 
lettes, Rev. G. ; — Eliot, J. ; — Goupil, K. ; — Gravier, 
K. ; — Illinois Inds. ; — Mayhew, T. ; — Mississippi ; — 
Natick ; — New England ; — New Jersey ; — New Or- 
leans ; — Pennsylvania ; — Ursuline ; — Wyandott ; 
— also Society for Propagating the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts ; — Society for Propagating the Gospel among 
the Indians. 

Names. 

- Hathaway, J. Indian names, (/n Wisconsin State 

Hist. Soc. Col., V. 1. 1855.) 

- Morgan, L. H. Indian mode of bestowing and 

changing names. {In Amer. Assoc. Pi'oc, v. 13.) 
See also Lenni Lenape. 

Origin. 

- Barton, B. S. New views of the origin of the 

tribes and nations of Amer. Phila., 1797. 8°. 

- BouDiNOT, E. Star in the west; or, An hum- 

ble attempt to discover the long lost ten tribes 
of Israel. Trenton, N. J., 1816. W". 

- Bradford, A. W. American antiquities ; 

researches into the origin and history of the 
red race. New York, 1841. 8°. 

- Burder, G. The Welch Indian ; papers resp. 

a people whose ancestors emigrated from 
Wales in 1170. London, [1797]. 8". 

- COMT^us, K. De origine gentium Americanarum. 

Amst., 1644. 16". (C 62) 

- Crawford, C. Essay, in which there are numerous 

facts to prove that many of the Indians in America 
are descended from the ten tribes. 2d ed. Phila., 
1861. 8° (C 110) 

- Engel, S. Quand et comment I'Amerique 

a-t-elle ete peuplee. Amst., 1767. 4". 

- Garcia, G. Origen de los Indios de el Nuevo 

Mundo. 2a impr. Madrid, 1729. f°. 

- Gr. Br. Pari. Aboriginal tribes. North Amer- 

ica, New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land 
and British Guiana, 1834. [Lond., 1834.] f". 

- HisTORiAS del origen de los Indios de Guate- 

mala ; tr. de la lengua Quiche por Francisco 
Ximenez. Londres, 1857. 8". 

- Horn, G. De originibus Americanis libri iv. 

Hagae Comitis, 1652. 12". 

- Laet, J. de. Notiead dissertationem H. Grotii 

de origine gentium Americanarum. Amst., 
apud L. Elztviriutn, 1643. 8". 
I^ote. With the text of Grotius. 

- Same. Amst., apud L. Elzeviriutn, 1643. 8°. 

- Kesponsio ad diss. II. Grotii. Amst., 1644. 8". 

- Lang, J. D. View of the origin and migrations 

of the Polynesian nation ; demonstrating 
their discovery and settlement of America. 
London, 1834. 8". 



M'CuLLOH, J. H. Researches on America ; an 
attempt to settle some points relative to the 
aborigines. Bait., 1816. 8"*. 

-.Same. [2d ed.] Bait., 1817. 8". 

Mercer, 3Iaj. Catalogue of remarkable coincidences 
inducing a belief of the Asiatic origin of the North 
Amer. Ind. (/7i Quebec Lit. and Hist. Soc. Trans., 
v. 1. 1829.) 

MiTCHiLL, S. Migration of Malays, Tartars, and 
Scandinavians to America. {In Amer. Antiq. Soc. 
Archaeol. Amer., v. 1. 1820.) 

MONTANus, A. Herkomst der Americaenen. {In his 
Nieuwe weereld. 1671.) 

Ranking, J. Historical researches on the con- 
quest of Peru, Mexico, etc.^ by the Mongols. 
London, 1827. 8°. 

ScHERER, J. B. Recherches hist, et geog. sur 
le Nouveau Monde. Paris, 1777. 8°. 

Smith, E. View of the Hebrews, or tribes of 
Israel in America. Poultney, 1823. 12°. 

— Same. 2d ed. Poultney, 1825. 12". 

Smith, J. Y. Annual address : Origin of the Indians. 
{In Wisconsin State Hist. Soc. Col., v. 4. 1859.) 

WoRSLEY, J. View of the American Indians, 
shewing them to be the descendants of the 
ten tribes of Israel. London, 1828. 12"*. 
See also History (p. 1509-12). 

Portraits. 
See Biograpliy (p. 1509). 

Religion. 

■ Brinton, D. G. Myths of the new world : 

symbolism and mythology of the red race of 
America. New York, 1868. 12". 

■ England, J., Bp. of Charleston. Oration on the re- 

ligion of the Indians. {In his Works, v. 4. 1849.) 

• Jarvis, S. F. Discourse on the religion of the Indian 

tribes of No. Amer. N. Y., 1820. 8". (B 567, W 4) 
. - Same. {In New York Hist. Soc. Col., v. 3. 1821.) 

Science and arts. 

■ BoiXAERT, W. Astronomy of the rod man of the 

New World. {In Anthropological Soc. Mem., 
V. 1. 1865.) 

■ Green, W. Textile substances in use among the 

North American Indians. ( /7^ Lit. and Hist. Soc. 
of Quebec. Trans., v. 2. 1831.) 

• Rau, C. Agricultural implements of the N. Amer. 

stone period. (/?i Smithsonian Inst. Kcpts., 1863.) 
— Artificial shell deposits in N. J. {In 1864.) — In- 
dian pottery. ( In 1866.) — Drilling in stone without 
metal, etc. {In 1868.) 

See also many of the works enumerated under 
History. , 

Treaties. 
(See also History under the dates 1717,55,61,64,93, 
^ 1826.) 

- Notices of Indian treaties. {In New Hamp. Hist. 
Soc. Col., V. 2. 1827.) 
See also Abnakis ; — Alaska Indians ; — Algonkins ; 

— Apaches ; — Araucanians ; — Athapascans ; — Ay- 
mara Inds. ; — Blackfeet ; — Brotherton Inds. ; — Cal- 
ifornia Inds. ; — Central American Inds. ; — Changos ; 

— Chepewyans ; — Cherokees ; — Chinook ; — Chip- 
peways; — Choctaws ; — Comanches; — Conestoga 
Inds. ; — Connecticut Inds. ; — Connecticut River 
Inds. ; — Creeks ; — Crees ; — Crows ; — Dakotahs ; — 
Dartmouth Inds. ; — Deecoodah ; — Deguinos ; — East- 
ern Indians ; — Eskimos ; — Florida Indians ; — Geor- 
gia Indians; — Housatonic Indians ; — Hudson River 
Indians ; - Hurons ; — Illinois Indians ; - loways; 

— Iroquois ;— Kennebec ; — Knistenos ; — Kutchm ; 

— Lenni Lenape ; — Loucheux ; — Louisiana Indians ; 

— Mandans; — Marshpees ; — Massachusetts In- 
dians : - Maynas; - Mexicans ; - Micmac ; - Mo- 
hawks; — Mohegans ; - Montauk ; - Monymoyk ; - 
Mosquito Inds. ; -Muhhekaneen ; -Muskokees ;--Mut- 
Buns; - Muyshas; - Narragan setts; - Natchez; -- 
Natick ; -Navajos ; - New Jersey Inds. ; - New York 
Inds •- Niantic ; - Nova Scotia Inds. ; - Nukhlum- 
mis ; -Nusklaiyum ;- Ohio Inds. ; - Ojibways ;- Onei- 
das ; - Onondagas ; - Opatas ; - Osages ; - Othomi ; - 
Ottawas ; - Pawtucket ; - Penacook ; - Pennsylva- 
nia Inds. ; — Penobscots ; — Pequawkets ; — Pequot 



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war ; — Piankeshau ; — Pimas ; — Potawatomis ; — 
Rhode Island Inds. ; — Saconet ; — Sacs and Foxes ; — 
St. John Inds. ; — Scanyawtauragahrooote ; — Semi- 
noles ; — Senecas ; — Shapaptans ; — Shawanoes ; — 
Shawnees ; — Stockbridge Inds. ; — Tinneh ; — Tete de 
Boule ; — Yamacraw ; — Wappinger ; — Welsh Indians 
in America ; — Winnebagoes ; — Wisconsin Inds. ; — 
also Aborigines ; — Cannibalism ; — Caribee Isl. ; 
— Copan ; — Mexico ; — Monongahela, Battle of; — 
Muskingum ; — New Eng. Hist. ; — N. America. A7iti- 
quities; — Philip, King, War of; — Philipse patent; — 
Stratford, Con7i. ; — also U. S. Description, and Amer- 
ica, ant/ North America, particularly the early travels 
mentioned under those heads; — also Cooper's Leather- 
stocking tales and Longfellow's Hiawatha. 
For the natives of South America see South America. 
Indicator, The ; by L. Hunt. New York, 1845.16°. 
Indice delle edizioni citate dagli Accademici della 

Crusca. Lucca, 1835. 32". 
Indictment and tryal of Sir R. Rum at a court at Punch 

Hall, Co. of Bacchus. N. Y., n.d. 8". (B 517) 
Indies, East. See East Indies ; — India. 
Indies, West. See West Indies. 

IndiiFerence. La Mennais, F. de. Essai sur 
I'indiiFerence en matiere de religion. (Tome 
1, 5eed. ; 2, 4e ed.) Paris, 1819-23. 4 v. 8". 

Defense de I'Essai sur I'indifFerence. 2e ed. 

Paris, 1821. 8*1 

— Manno, Gr. SaggiosuU' indifferenzaconsideratacome 

dote naturale della maggior parte degli uomini. (/« 

Turin. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 34. 1830.) 
Indigent, L'; drame. {In Le Texier. Rec. de theatre, 

v. 2. 1785.) 
Indigent philosophe, L', See Marivaux, P. C. de. 
Indigestion. See Digestion. 
Indigo. Capron, P. Pabricant de bleus et ear- 

mins d' indigo. Paris, 1858. 18°. (Manuels- 

Roret.) 
Eiig. Blues and carmines of indigo ; tr. by 

H. Dussauce. Phila., 1863. 12°. 

— Silva Feijo, J. da. Sobre a fabrica real do anil da 

Ilha de Santo Antao. {In Lisbon. Ac. d. Sci. 

Mem. econ., v. 1. 1789.) 
Indiscernibles. Merian, — . Sur le principe des indis- 

cernables. {In Berlin. Ac. d. Wiss. Abh., v. 10.) 
Indiscret, L'; comedie. See Voltaire, F. M. A. de. 
Individuality. Broussais, F. J. V. Du sentiment d'in- 

dividualite. {In Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Sci. Mor. 

Mem., V. 3. 1841.) 
Indo-China. Garnier, F. Episode du voy. d'exploration 

dans rindo-Chine. {In Paris. Soc. de Geog. Bui., 

5e ser., v. 17. 1869.) 

— Leyden, J. Languages and literature of the Indo- 

Chinese nations. {In Asiatick researches, v. 10. 
1811.) 

See also Anam ; — Aracan ; — Assam ; — 
Burmah ; — Cambodia ; — Siam ; — Tonquin. 
Indo-European nations. Bopp, P. Vergleichende 
Grammatik des Sanskrit, Send, Armen., 
Griech., Lat., Litauischen, Altslav., Goth., 
und Deutschen. 2e Ausg. Berlin, 1857-63. 
3 V. and Register von C. Arendt. 8°. 

Eng, Comparative grammar of Sanskrit, 

etc. ; tr. by E. B. Eastwick. 2d ed. London, 
1856. 3 V. 8°. 

Ueber die Verwandtschaft der malayisch-polyne- 

eischen Sprachcn mit den indisch-europaischen. — 
Uebereinstimmung der Pronomina des malayisch- 
polynesischen und indisch - europiiischen .Sprach- 
etamms. {In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 1840.) 

— DiEFENBACH, G. L. A. Lcxicou compar. ling. 

Indo-Germ. ; Vergleichendes Worterbuch der 
germanischen Sprachen und ihrer samtlichen 
Stammverwandten. Prankf. a. M., 1851. 8°. 

— DwiGHT, B. W. Historical sketch of the Indo-Euro- 

pean languages. {In his Modern philology, Ist ser.. 
1864.) 

— JusTi, F. Ueber die Urzeit der Indogermanen. {In 

Historisches Taschenb., 1862.) 

— Kelly, W. K. Curiosities of Indo-European 

tradition and folk-lore. London, 1863. 8°. 

— PiCTET, A. Les origines indo-europeennes ou 

les Aryas primitifs. Paris, 1859-63. 2 v. 8°. 



— Schleicher, A. Indogermanische Chresto- 

mathie. Weimar, 1869. 8°. 

— ScHMiTTHENNER, P. Ursprachlehrc ; System 

der Grammatik mit Riicksicht auf der 

Sprachen des indisch- deutschen Stammes. 

Prankf. a. M., 1826. 8°. 
In-door plants. Maling, E. A. In-door plants 

and how to grow them. London, 1861. 12°. 
Indostan. See India. 
Induction. Page, C. G. History of induction ; 

the Amer. claim to the induction coil and its 

electrostatic developments. Wash., 1868.8°. 
Inductive grammar ; by an instructor. Windsor, 

Vt., 1829. 12°. 
Inductive sciences. Whewell, W. History of 

the inductive sciences. Lond., 1837. 3 v. 8°. 
Philosophy of the ind. sci., 2d part or No- 
vum organon renovatum. London, 1847. 

2 V. 8°. 
Indulgences. Pabrica, J. de. Copilatio super re- 

laxatione penarum animarum purgatorij. 

[Colon., 148- ?] f°. 
Indulgencia paratodos ; comedia porM. E. Gorostiza. {In 

Ochoa, E. de. Tes. del teatro esp., v. 5. 1838.) 
Indus. BuRNES, A. Voyage on the I. {In Jda Travels 

into Bokhara, 1834.) 

— Langley, E. A. Wild sports in the valley of the In- 

dus. {I7i his Residence at the court of Mees Ali 
Moorad. 1860.1 
Industria, /to^y. Gazzera. C. Ilcastellodi Bodincomago 
diverso dalla citta d'Industria. {In Turin. Ac. d. 
Sci. Mem., v. 34. 1830.) 

— Vernazza di Freney, G. Delia citta d'Industria. 

{In Turin. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 23. 1818.) 
See also Tripods. 
Industrial arts. See Arts, Useful. 
Industrial biography. See Smiles, S. 
Industrial drawing. See Geometrical drawing. 
Industrial economy. See Political economy. 
Industrial exhibitions. See London ; — New York ; — 

Paris. 
Industrial history of free nations. See McCullagh, W. T. 
Industrial record. See National magazine. 1846. 
Industrial schools. Duppa, B. F. Industrial schools for 

the peasantry. {In Central Soc. of Educ, v. 1. 

1837.) 

See also Loughash ; — Technical schools ; — 
also Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans. 
Industry. Alcan, M. L'industrie. {In Almanach de 

I'encyc. gen. 1869.) 

See also Factories ; — France, 
Industry and frugality the surest means to make a 

rich people ; the linen manufacture recom- 
mended. Boston, 1753. 8°. 

— Another copy. (B 662) 
Inebriates, See Temperance. 

Ines de Castro; par S. F. D. de Genlis. {In her (Euvres, 
v. 84. 1826.) 

Ines de Castro ; tragedie. See La Motte, A. H. de. 

Ines de la Cruz. See Juana Ines de la Cruz. 

Inett, John. British Church and the Anglican. — King 
Henry ir. and Beckett, — National churches. — 
Papal usurpations on the rights of civil government. 

— King John, the barons, and Pope Innocent iii. — 

— Papal usurpations in church and state, {In 
Wordsworth, C. Eccles. biog., v. 1. 1839.) 

— Short view of the ancient and present state of the Eng- 

lish Church and monarchy. {In Cooper, C. P. 
Anc. Br. churches. 1851.) 
Infallibility. Whately, R. The search after infalli- 
bility, in ref. to the danger of religious errors arising 
within the Church in primitive as well as later ages. 
Dublin, 1847. 8°. (E 3) 

See also Catholic Church (Doctrinal works, 

p. 497-501) ; — Pope. 

Infallible cure for political blindness, n.p., 1798. 8". (W 54) 

Infant education, Infant schools. Chambers, W. 

and R. Infant education. Edin., 1837. 12°. 

— Baker, C. Infant schools. (7n Cent. Society of Ed- 

ucation, V. 3. 1839.) 

— CARLii, M. M, M.aternal instruction and management 

of I. schools. {In Amer. Inst. Instr. Lcct., 1834.) 

— Porter, S. Infant schools for the upper and middle 

classes. {In Central Soc, of Educ, v. 2, 1«38,) 



INFANT 



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INFLAMMATION 



— Report [on] infant schools, n.t.p. [18—.] 8°. (B 1717) 

— Russell, W. Address on infant schools. Boston, 

1829. 8°. (B 926, 1882) 

Infant school system. {In Amer. Inst. Instr. Lect. 

1830.) 

See also Kindergarten. 
Infant salvation. Harris, W. Grounds of hope 
for the salvation of all dying in infancy. 
London, 1821. 8". 

— Infant salvation. Ist Amer., fr. 2d Lond. ed. Bos- 

ton, 1818. 12°. (C 67) 
Infanticide. Camper, P. Gedagten over de mis- 
daad van kindermoord ; antwoord op de 
Aanmerkingen van [Sterk]. Leeuwarden, 
1774. 8". 

Over de tekenen van leven en dood in nieuw- 

geborene kinderen. Leeuwarden, 1774. 8". 

— Beck. J. B. A. M. Inang. diss, on infanticide. New 

York, 1817. 8°. (B 816) 

— Humble, H. Infanticide; its cause and cure. {In 

Shipley, O. Church and world. 1866.) 

— Hutchinson, W. Diss, on infanticide. 2d ed. 

London, 1821. S*'. 
Same. London, 1820. 8°. (B 826) 

— Lankester, E., awcZo^/ter.?. Can infanticide be dimin- 

ished by legislative enactment? {In Nat. Assoc. 
Prom. Soc. Sol. Trans., 1869.) 

— Sterk, A. Het belang der maatschappye in 

het beteugelen van den kindermoord. Leeu- 
warden, 1774. 8°. 
Bescheide beantwoording van Kamper. Leeu- 
warden, 1774. 8". 
Infantry. Bardin, E. A. Manuel d'infanterie. 
3e ed. Paris, 1811. 12''. 
Memorial de I'officier d'infanterie. Paris, 

1809. 2 V. 8". 

Same. 2e ed. Paris, 1813. 2 v. 8". 

— Casey, S. Infantry tactics. New York, 1863, 

1862. 3 V. 24". 

— Chamberlin, T. Instruction to young officers ; 

discipline of a regiment of foot. London, 

1810. 12°. 

— D arrow, p. National militia standard, em- 

bracing the discipline of infantry, etc. ; pre- 
pared in conformity to Gen. Scott's regula- 
tions. Hartford, 1822. 2 v. 12^1 

— DuANE, W. Handbook for infantry for the 

U. S. 4th ed. Phila., 1813. 8". 

— Fisher, D. System of military tactics, con- 

taining the principles of discipline, etc., 
chiefly applied to infantry ; with rules and 
regulations for the forces of the U. S. New 
York, 1805. 8". 

— France. Ministh-e de la Guerre. Reglement 

cone. I'exercise et manoeuvres de I'infanterie, 
1791. Paris, 1815, 14. 1 v. awf? Planches 12°. 

Eng. Rules and regulations for the field ex- 
ercise and manoeuvres of the French infantry ; 
[with add.] and the manoeuvres of artillery 
with infantry ; [tr.] bv I. A. de Lacroix. 
Boston, 1810. 3 V. 12°. ' (Vol. 3, Plates.) 

Guide des sous officiers. 3e ed. Par., 1807. 12°. 

Same. 6e ed. Paris, 1814. 12°. 

— GiLLESPY, E. Military instructor ; or, Exer- 

cise and drill according to Gen. Dundas. 
Boston, 1809. 12°. 

— Le Louterel, F. p. Field manual of evolu- 

tions of the line, arranged for the use of offi- 
cers of the U. S. infantry ; tr. by Capt. H. 
Coppee. Phila., 1862. 16°. 

Note. A tr. from the latest ed. of Le Loiiterel's 
Aide-memoire des officiers generaux, etc. 

— Maltby, I. Elements of war. Bost., 1813. 12°. 

— Mesnil Durand, M. dc. Sur la mancEuvre de i'infan- 

terie. {In his Fragm. de tactique. 1774.) 



— Meunier, H. Diss, sur I'ordonance de I'in- 

fanterie. Paris, 1805. 8°. 
Evolutions par brigades. Paris, 1814. 8°. 

— New regulations for Prussian infantry; tr. 

from a German ms. London, 1757. 4°. 

— PiCTET, G. Essai sur la tactique de I'in- 

fanterie. Geneve, 1761. 2 v. 4° 

— Russell, J. Instructions for drill, and per- 

forming eighteen manoeuvres. 2d ed. Lon- 
don, 1800. 12°. 

— ScHAUENBURG, B. Instruction cone, les manoeuvres 

de I'infanterie. Strasbourg, 1809. 12°. (C 179) 

— School of the soldier. [Plates.] n.t.j^. sm. 4°. 

— Stuart, H. B. History of I. Lond., 1862. 12°. 

— SusANE, L. Histoire de I'ancienne infanterie 

frangaise. Paris, 1849-53. 8 v. and Atlas 8°. 

— United States. War Dep't. Abstract of 

[Scott's] infantry tactics, for use of militia. 

Boston, 1839. 8°. 
Explanation of plates [to the preceding!. 

Wash,, 1825. 8°. 
Extracts from rules and regulations for ma- 
noeuvres of infantry. Boston, 1823, 12°. 
Infantry tactics, for the U. S. army [by a 

board, W. Scott, president]. Wash., 1825. 8°. 

Infantry tactics. Phila., 1861. 16°. 

Regulations for the field exercise, manoeuvres, 

and conduct of the infantry of the U. S. ; 

by an officer; with plates. Phila., 1812. 8°. 

— Upton, E. New system of infantry tactics. 

New York, 1867. 18°. 

— Wroniecki, a. Sprawa piesza. W Paryzu, 

1834-36. 2 pt. 18°. 

See also Light Infantry; — Military science ; 
— Militia. 

Infatuation; poem. SeeVa.r\,B. (B 1733) 

Infection. Grisolle, A. These. Paris, 1838. 4". (A 63) 

Infernal conference ; or. Dialogues of devils ; by 
[J. Macgowan]. London, 1792. 2 v. 12°. 

Infernal marriage, The; by B. Disraeli. {In his Novels, 
V. 2. 1866.) 

Infidel convicted ; or. Defence of Christian revelation. Lon- 
don, 1731. 8». (B 1711) 

Infidelity, Converts from. See Crichton, A. 

Infidels, Public discussion with. See Public. (C 231) 

See also Christianity: Evidences (pp. 564-569). 

Infinite. Calderwood, H. Philosophy of the in- 
finite. Edin,, 1854. 8°. 

— Aciiari), F. Sur I'infini mathematiqno. {In Berlin. 

Ak. d. Wiss. Abb., 1745.) — Pr6montval, — de. 
De la notion de I'infini. {In 1758.) — Castillon, 
J. F. M. Sur un probleme metaphysique. {In 
1777.) — Ancillon, J. P. F. Sur I'idee et le senti- 
ment de I'infini. {In 1804.) 

— Brown, S. The finite and the infinite. {In his Loct. 

on the atomic theory, v. 2. 1858.) 

— Hunt, E. B. Idea of physical and metaphysical in- 

finity, (/n Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 2, pt. 1. 1850.) 
Infinitesimal calculus. See Calculus. 
Inflammation. Beddoes, F. Fever as connected 

with inflammation. liOndon, n.d. 8°. 

— Broussais, F. J. V. Histoire des phlcgmasies. 

Paris, 1808. 2 v. 8°. 

— Bruin, S. de. Diss. med. therapeut. de usu 

medico muriatis hydrargyri oxydulati in 
morbo inflammatorio. Traj. a. R., 1817. 8". 

— CnANNiNG, W. Cases of inflammation of veins. {In 

Mass. Med. Soc. Med. comm., v. 5. 1836.) 

— COCKR, J. Cause of the extensive inflammation which 

attacks wounded cavities and their contents. {In 
Caldwell, C. Med. theses, v. 2. 1806.) 

— Hamilton, J. Mercury and opium in inflam. diseases. 

(//i Mass. Med. Soc. Med. comm., v. 1. 1790.) 

— Hastings, C. Inflammation of the mucous 

membrane of the lungs. London, 1820. 8°. 

— Hunter, J. Treatise on inflammation and on 

gun-shot wounds. Phila., 1796. 2 v. 8° 
Same. {In his Works, v. 3. 1837.) 



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INGHAM 



— James, J. H. Nature and treatment of differ- 

ent species of inflammation. Lond., 1821. 8°. 

— James, R. Fevers and inflammatory distempers. 

7th ed. London, 1770. 12°. 
- Lucas, C. E. Principles of inflammation and 
fever. London, 1822. 8". 

— Mills, T. Comparative view of fever and in- 

flammatory complaints. Dublin, 1824. 8°. 

— Morgan, G. T. Outline of inflammation and 

its eff'ects. Phila., 1838. 8°. 

Same. First principles of surgery. London, 

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Inquiries respecting the history, present condition, 
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Inquiry into 'Remarks on the Brunonian system'; [by G. 
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Inquiry into the causes and origin of slavery in the U. S. ; 
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Inquiry into the causes of the insurrection of the 
negro in St. Domingo ; [with] obs. of Garran- 
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Inquiry into the fundamental principles of the Roman 
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Inquiry into the nature and eft'ect of the writ of habeas 
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Inquiry into the nature and uses of money, etc. Boston, 
1740. 8". (B 759) 

Inquiry into the present state of the British navy, 
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Inquiry into the present state of the foreign relations of 
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Inquiry into the state of our commercial relations with the 
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Inquiry into the state of the nation ; [by "W. Hunter]. Lon- 
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— Same. 3d ed. London, 1806. 8° (B 1415) 

— Same. 6th ed. London, 1806. 8°. (B 1526) 
Inquiry into the tendency of the separation of con- 
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Inquiry resp. the authenticity of those parts of Matthew and 
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Inquiry, what is the one true faith? with an expo- 
sition of the whole scheme of the Christian 
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Inquiry whether the Scriptures enjoin the kiss of charity; 
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necessary branch of modern education. Edin., 
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Inquisition. Achilli, G. Dealings with the In- 
quisition. London, 1851. 12°. 



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Same. [Without the evidence.] (/n Pamphleteer, 

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— Insanity ; — James Murray's Royal Asylum for 
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— WiNSLOw, F. Plea of insanity in criminal 

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Another copy. (B 1668) 

Periodical, 

— American journal of insanity, v. 1-7, 16-25. 

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See also Brain ; — Great Britain ; — Hallucinations ; 
— Idiocy ; — Insane hospitals ; — Mind and body ; — 
Passions. 

Insatiate countess, The. See Marston, J. 

Inscriptions. See Abbreviations ; — Antiquities ; — Ara- 
bia. Literature ; — Cuneiform ; — Dighton ; — Eng- 
lish inscriptions; — Epitaphs; — Etruscan; — Gr. 
Brit. /nscriptio7is ; — Greece ; — Hieroglyphics ; — 
Italic ; — Latin ; — Moabite stone ; — Palmyra ; 
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Inscriptions et Belles Lettres, Academie des. See Paris. 
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Insects. See Entomology. 

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8". (B454) 

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Pari. Act to amend the law of insolvency, bank- 
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— Mass. Conimiss. on Insolvency. Report [transmitted 

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Gen. Court. Act for the relief of insolvent debtors. 

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3. New York. 1811. 8°. (B 469, 1546) 
Insolvent, The; tragedy. See Hill, A. 
Inspection. Henry, It. R. Letter on discretionary power. 

New York, 1830. 8°. (B 1108) 
Inspector, The. London, 1753. 2 v. 12°. 
Inspectors. See Great Britain (p. 1214). 
Inspiration. Cog.swell, W. Nature and evidence of in- 
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— Boucher de Cr^vecour de Perthes, J. Des idees 

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Eng. Intelligence of animals. New York, 

1869. 16°. 

— Reimarus, H. S. Betrachtungen iiber die 

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— Wakefield, P. Instinct displayed; sagacity 

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Same. 1st American ed. Boston, 1816. 18°. 

— Watson, J. S. The reasoning powers in ani- 

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Institut de France. See Paris. Institut. 
Institut des Aveugles. See Zurich. 

Institutio Graecae grammatices compendiaria. See Cam- 
den, W. 
Institution for Promoting the British System for the 
Education of the Labouring Classes. Bye-laws. 
London, 1814. 8". (B 1743) 
Institution for the Education of Deaf and Dumb Children. 

Report. Edin., 1819. 8°. (B 449) 
Institution for the Support and Encouragement of Native 
Schools [in India]. 2d report. Serampore, 1819. 
8°. (B1027) 
Institution of Civil Engineers. Transactions. 
London, 1842. 3 v. 4°. 

Note. In V. 3 is an index to v. 1-3. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Timperley, — . Ace. of harbour 
and docks at Kingston-upon-Hull. — Provis, W. A. 
Locks used for river and canal navigation. — Field, J. 
Improved canal lock. — Barlow, P. W. Strain to which 
lock gates are subjected; — Hydraulic pressure in a 
bramah press. — Neilson, J. B. Hot air blast. — 
Farey, J. Temperature and elastic force of steam; — 
Velocity of steam vessel'*. — Walker, J. Ventilating 
and lighting tunnels. — Rendel, J. M. Particulars of 
construction of Lary bridge, near Plymouth. — Cubitt, 
W. Account of coals used in coke ovens and retorts, 
etc. — Wicksteed, T. Effective power of high-pressure 
expansive condensing steam engines. — Cooper, J. lie- 
storing archstones. — Tredgold, T. Experiments on ex- 
pansion of water by heat; — Principles of tension. — 
Seaward, J. Procuring water by boring. — Gravatt, 
W. Account of sections for water through London 
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of stone bridge over the Dora Riparia. near Turin. — 
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kin, B. Experiments on the discharge of water through 
orifices. — Webster, T. Relative temperature and den- 
sity of elastic fluids. — Waterston, J. J. Scnles for 
representing and estimating earthwork. — Lukis, F. C. 
Herm granite. — Freeman, W. Experiments on force 
required to fracture and crush stones; made under di- 
rection of Bramah & Sons. — Macneill, J. New canal 
boat experiments. 

2. Mackenzie, W. Account of Tewkesbury bridge 
overthe Severn. — Denison, W. Experiments on different 
kinds of American timber. — Palmer, G. H. Steam as 
a moving power. — Donkin, B. Description of H. Guy's 
method of making perfect spheres. — Henwood, W. J. 
Cornish pumping-engines. — Wicksteed, T. Effective 
power of high pressure expansive condensing engines. 

— Harrison, T. E. Drops of the Stanhope & Tyne 
Railroad Company. — Reynolds, J. Railways of con- 
tinuous bearing. — Bull, W. Wooden bridge overthe 
river Calder. — Willis, it. Teeth of wheels. — Bramah, 
F. Experiments on strength of cast iron. — Woods, E. 
Forms of locomotive engines. — Jones, J. E. Descrip- 
tion of Youghal bridge, designed by A. Nimmo. — 
Parkes, J. Evaporation of water from steam^ boilers. 

— Hays, W. B. Ace. of a machine for cleaning and 
deepening small rivers. — Green, .1. Pernendicular lifts 
for passing boats on canals. — Smith, J. T. Reciprocat- 
ing light for light-houses. — Provis, W. A. Experiments 
on flow of water through small pipes. — Field, J. Ex- 
periments on the power of men. — Bendel, J. M. 
Torpoint floating bridge. 

3. Parkes, J. Steam boilers and steam engines. 
Pt. I and 11. — Williams, C. W. Preparation, proper- 
ties, and uses of turf and turf coke. — Barlow, P. 
Power of locomotive engines at different velocities. — 
Glynn, J. Sawing machine for cutting railway bars. — 
Rennie, G. Expansion of arches. — Paslev, C. W. 
Suspension bridge at Montrose. — Mylne, R. W. Sup- 
ply of water from wells in London basin ; with ace. of 
the well at the Hampstead road reservoir. — Clark. W. 
T. Account of Gravesend pier. — Parkes, J. Action 
of steam in Cornish single pumping engines; — Action 
of steam and other aeriform fluids. — Booms, C Set- 



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ting-out railway curves. — Bury, E. Locomotive en- 
gines of the London and Birmingham railvi-ay. — Red- 
man, J. P. Account of the bridge over the Lea at Strat- 
ford-le-Bow. — Provis, W. A. Effects of wind on the 
Menai bridge. — Mande, T. J. KepairB of the Meiiai 
bridge. — Stevenson, D. Cofferdam used for excavating 
rock in the river Kibble. — Seaward, S. Adaptation of 
auxiliary steam power to sailing vessels. — Schafhaeutl, 
C. Explosions of steam boilers. — Enys, J. S. Duty 
of steam engines employed in mines of Cornwall at dif- 
ferent periods. 
Institution of Engineers in Scotland. Trans- 
actions. Glasgow, 1858-68. 11 v. in 9. 8° 
ConUnta. Vol. 1. Office bearers, 1857-58. — Ran- 
kine, W. J. M. Introductory address. — Discussion 
on Mr. Whitworth's proposed system of decimal divi- 
sions of the inch. — On M. Beaufume's system of 
heating steam-boiler furnaces. — Downie, J., and 
Rankine, W. J. M. Blowing-fans. — Mackain, D. 
Description of a steam pumping engine at the res- 
ervoir in Drygate Street. — Neilson, W. Pumping 
engine valve: — Notes on American locomotive en- 
gines. — Smith, G. H. Speed governor. — Holland, 
J. S. System of decimal measures of length, etc. — 
M'Cormick, S. Screwing machine. — Robson, N. 
Navigation of canals by screw steamers. — Johnstone, 
W. Joint chair for railways. — Lawrie, J. G. Point- 
ing fire arms; — Stability of locomotives. — Morton, A. 
Employing steam expansively. — Robertson, J. Wind- 
ing apparatus including mining hoists. — Napier, J. R. 
Descrip. of the Great West of Scotland Fishery Com- 
pany's steamer 'Isleman'. — Abstract of treasurer's 
account. 

2. Office bearers, 1858-59. — Thomson, J. Centrifu- 
gal pump with exterior whirpool constructed for drain- 
ing land. — More, D. Frictional engaging and disen- 
gaging gear. — Marine engines. — Bell, R. B. Patent 
slip docks. — Carmichael, P. Account of some practi- 
cal experiments on the economic use of steam in steam 
engines. — Memoir of D. Tod and D. Mackain. — Stir- 
ling, P. Coal burning locomotive engines. — Gorman, 
W. Combustion of coal. — Lawrie, J. G. Combustion 
of fuel; — Effect of a third cylinder in the Clyde screw 
engine. — Rankine, W. J. M. Working of certain fur- 
naces at Messrs. C. Tennant & Co.'s Chemical works, St. 
Rollox; — Method of estimating the probable evapora- 
tive power of fuel. — Combustion of coal, plans of 
Messrs. Clark & Yarrow. — Hunt, E. Patent-law re- 
form. — Appointment of committee to report as to in- 
dicator connections. — Presentation to the Instit. of the 
model of the American river steamer Plymouth rock. — 
Neilson, W. American river steamers. — Napier and 
Sons, Mensrs. Experiments on steel and wrought iron ; 

— Tabulated results of the experiments. 

3. Office bearers, 1859-60. — Neilson, W. M. In- 
troductory address ; — Locomotive pistons. — Rankine, 
W. J. M. Descrip. of Mein's improved machine for 
making glass bottles. — Braidwood, J. Descrip. of a 
sediment collector and a furnace grate for steam boilers. 

— Lawrie, J. G. Treatment of steam for the develop- 
ment of power ; — Form of ships. — Milne, J. Enlarge- 
ment of the junction basin at Grangemouth, etc. — 
Simons, W. Improvements requisite in iron ship-build- 
ing; — Construction of battle-ships. — More, D. Hy- 
draulic pressures and some improvements in their con- 
struction. — Morrison, W. Descrip. of arrangements 
for applying a hot-blast to locomotive furnaces. — Addi- 
tional experiments with Mr. Morrison's hot-blast in 
locomotive furnaces. — Moffat, J. Improved smoke 
consuming furnace. — List of works presented to the 
institution during the session. —Abstract of treasurer's 
account. — Conversazione of the institution. — Smyth, 
Prof. C. P. Distance measuring in Russia. 

4. Office bearers, 1860-61. — Rankine, W. J. M. In- 
troductory address; — Application of transversals to 
engineering field work. — American air-engine. — 
Froude, W. Junction of railway curves and transitions 
of curvature. — 3fr. Gravatt's method of applying the 
'curve of sines'. — Stirling, P. Notes on Stirling's air 
engine. — Bell, W. Descrip. of diagram showing a 
reversal of curvature on the So. Devon railway. —Simp- 
son, G. Pumps : — Ventilation of mines ; — Canal locks. 
— Davison, T. Necessity for surface condensation. — 
Laidlaw, D. Gas engineering. — Bartholomew, H. 
Descrip. of the large gas holder and tank recently 
erected by the Glasgow city and suburban gas Co. — 
Ferguson, J. Underground mineral transit. — Descrip. 
of Mr. Lawrie's condenser. — Alteration of regula- 
tions. — Milne, J. Removal of the junction lock at 
Grangemouth harbour and its replacement by an en- 
larged lock. — Exhibition of Mr. Kirkaldy's picture of 
the Persia. 



5. Office bearers. 1861-62. — Announcement as to 
prize medal. — First vote for books. — Johnstone, W. 
Introductory address. — Weir, G. Improved governor 
for screw propeller engines. — Simpson, G. Ventila- 
tion of mines; — Machinery for boring rocks. — Allan, 
A. Improved duplex spring bufiVrs and draw springs 
for railway plant: — Improved roof lamp for railway 
carriages, etc. — Descrip. of a German veneer cutting 
machine. — Norman, J. Wood planing machinery. — 
Rankine, W. J. M. Frictional oil test: — Remarks on 
experiments on the liquefaction of steam in the cylinder 
of an engine working expansively. — Communication 
as to proposed Royal Instit. buildings. — Coradine's 
sheet metal splitting machine. — Spencer, J. F. • Me- 
chanical and economical advantages and disadvantages 
of surface condensation. — Whitesmith, J. Veneer 
cutting machinery. — M'Call, D. Movable bridges. — 
Alexander, W. Mining by Longwall. — Purnell's hot 
water circulating apparatus. — Stirling, P. Lubricating 
apparatus for locomotive and other steam engines. 

6. Office bearers, 1862-63. — Johnstone, W. Intro- 
ductory address. — Kirkaldy, D. Results of an experi- 
mental inquiry into the comparative tensile strength 
and other properties of various kinds of wrought iron 
and steel. — Committee for conversazione jointly 
with the Philosophical Society. — Dr. Rankine's ex- 
periments on railway axles. — Russell, G. Obtain- 
ing fresh water by evaporation. — Warner, J. Stereo- 
metric tablet for the computation of earthwork. — Na- 
pier, J. R. Instrument for extracting nails from timber; 

— Useful addition to a steamer's bilge pumps. — Gil- 
christ, A. Corrosion of a screw propeller shaft. — Bar- 
clay, A. Exhibition of models of cranes. — Communi- 
cation from the Glasgow chamber of commerce as to 
patent laws. — Patent law reform. — Fyfe, J. Exhibi- 
tion of safety apparatus for steam boilers. — Downie, J. 
Machine for testing cast iron. — Admiral Robinson's 
statement relating to the advantages of iron and wood. 

7. Office bearers, 1863-64. — Napier, J. R. Intio- 
ductory address ; — Effects of superheated steam and 
oscillating paddles on the speed and economy of steam- 
ers; — Incrustations of marine boilers. — Rankine, W. 
J. M. Expansive energy of heated water; — Trials of 
the speed of steam vessels in a tideway. — Downie, J. 
Turned and bored joints for gas and water main pipes; 

— Renewing the substructures of railway bridges and 
viaducts without stopping the traffic. — Gale, J. M. 
Glasgow water-works. — Descrip. of a hydraulic engine 
for working organ bellows. — Inglis, W. Valves and 
valve gearing for steam engines. — Minutes of pro- 
ceedings. 

8. Office bearers, 1864-65. — Napier, J. R. Intro- 
ductory address ; — Formula for finding the size of a 
cylindrical segment balance weight. — Maquet, O. Bitu- 
menized paper pipes. — Kirk, A. C. ^farhine for pro- 
ducing cold by the expansion of air. — Moffat, J. New 
method of building under water. — Lauder, G. Certain 
recent improvements in the manufacture of cast iron 
pipes. — Yule, J. Improved boiler carriage. — Joule, 
J. P. Self-acting apparatus for steering ships. — Fitz- 
williams, C. H. L. New water engine. — Downie, J. 
On Low's machinery for quarrying, ftc. — Leeds, W. E. 
C. Self-acting hydraulic coal cutting machine. — Car- 
michael, P. Factory chimneys. 

9. Office bearers. 1865-66. — Lawrie, J. G. Intro- 
ductory address. — Carmichael, P. Canvas for the 
sails of ships. — Rankine, W. J. M. Tenacity of some 
fibrous substances. — Robertson, J. Frictional screw- 
motions .and applications. — Rigg. A., Jr. Patent 
duplex screw-propeller. — Smith, G. W. Method of 
propelling ships in a calm by the action of the swell or 
waves. — Napier, J. R. Balancing of a steam saw; — 
Demonstration of a rule for calculating the displacement 
of ships with trochoid water lines and certain forms of 
midship sections; — Memoir of D. Elder. — Hannan, J. 
Description of an improved steam engine indicator. — 
Lyall, J., Jr. Construction of iron vessels. — Clapper- 
ton, W. M'Dowall's corkcutting machine. — Ferguson, 
J. Safety and seaworthiness of vessels. — Discussion 
on the measurement of regi.=tration tonnage of ships as 
regards crew space and spar decks. — Letter from J. 
Page as to the advantage of turned and bored joints for 
cast iron pipes. — Neilson, W. Application of iron to 
pit-head framing and engine seats. — Barnaby, N. 
Connection of plates of iron and steel in .shipbuilding. — 
Proposed rules for the construction and classification of 
composite ships. 

10. Office bearers. 1866-67. — Lawrie, J. G. Introd. 
address. — Smith, W. Improved overhead traversing 
crane. — Price, J. Comparative merits of the rules of 
Lloyd's and the Liverpool underwriters for the construc- 
tion of iron ships. — Barber, G. Employment of steel 
in shipbuilding and marine engineering. — Page, J. 



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Railway carnages. — Thomson, Prof . Sir W . Rate of 
a clock or chronometer as influenced by the mode of 
suspension. — Skinner, J. Improved steeringapparatus. 

— Drewsen, J. Improved steam ferry-boat for passen- 
ger and cart traffic. — Adams, T. Theory and practice 
of the side valve. — Hoel, T. Mode of collecting, etc., 
town sewage and the saving of water. — Graham, D. A. 
Method of utilizing sewage and preventing rivers from 
being polluted. — Mac Galium, J. Comparative 
strengths of long and short struts. — Napier, J. R. 
Indicator for ascertaining the speed of ships. 

11. Officebearers, 1867-68. — Gale, J. M. Introd. ad- 
drees; — Port Glasgow water works. — Duncan, R. 
Remarks on the proposed amendments of the merchant 
shipping act. — Napier, J. R. Remarks on the 3d, 13th, 
and 14th articles of admiralty regulations for preventing 
collisions at sea. — Day, St. J. V. Certain points in the 
manufacture of malleable iron. — Page, J. Improved 
bar-testing machine. — Howden, J. Surface condensers. 

— Rankine, "VV. J. M. Descr. of a chimney at the West 
Cumberland haematite iron works. — Lobnitz, H. C. 
Nature and progress of the works of the Suez canal. 

Institutiones theologicso ad usum scholarum ; 

[a J. Yalla]. Lugduni, 1780. 6 v. 12". 
Instruccion de la politica que se usa. Madrid, 1786. 8°. 

(D36) 
Instruction. Sfe Education. 
Instruction aux princes sur le gouvernement des Jesuites. 

il7i Scotti, G. C. Monarchic des Solipses. 1721.) 
Instructions chretiennes pour les jeunes gens. 

Quebec, 1807. 12° 
— - Same. Nouv. ed. Avignon, 1808. 12°. 
Instructions for a young lady. Edin., 1773. 12°. 
Instructions for the relief of the sick poor in some diseases 

of frequent occurrence. 2d ed. Gloucester, 1820. 

12". (C147) 
Instructions on the erection of four Catholic Episc. Sees in 

the U. S., and consecration of their first bishops, 

Rait.. 28 Oct., 1, 4, Nov. Bait., 1810. 12". (0 29) 
Instructive part of the mass; moral reflections on the in- 

U-o\t, etc. 71.;;., [17-]. 12°. (C 153) 
Instructor cleri calls. See G., R. 
Instruments. Lissajous. — . Instruments d'astronomie, 

degeodesie. etc. {In France. Corix. Imp. de VEa-pos. 

de 1867. Rapports, v. 2. 1868.) 
See aho Astronomical instruments ; — Mathemati- 
cal instruments ; — Musical instruments ; — Optical 
instruments ; — Philosophical instruments ; — Surgi- 
cal instruments. 
Insurance. Eaily, F. Doctrine of life-annuities 

and assurances explained ; with tables. Lon- 
don, 1810. 8°. 

— Eager, W., vh. Atlas Ins. Co, Opinion of the Su- 

preme Judicial Court of Mass. Boston, 1833. S". 
(B 1437) 

— Gk. Bkit. Commissioners for the Reduction of 

the National Debt. Tables of the premiums 
for the insurance of lives or the grant of gov- 
ernment annuities. London, 1865. 8°. 

— HOMANS, S. Life insurance. {In Amer. Sec. Sci. 

Assoc. Trans., no. 2. 1870.) 
• — Jones, J. Tables of annuities and assurances. 
London, 1843. 8°. 

— JovELLANOS, G. M, de. Obras. 1858-59. {In Aribau. 

Bibl., V. 46, 50.) 

— Lafond, G. Guide de I'assureur et de I'assure. 

Paris, 1837. 8°. 

— Lewin.s, W. Gladstone's measures for government 

life insurance. {M his History of banks, etc. 186-.) 

— Mae SHALL, S. Treatise on law of insurance. 

1st Amer. ed. Boston, 180-5. 8°. 

— Mass. Commissioners of Insurance. Ist-llth, 

15th, 17th annual report, Dec. 1855-72. 
Boston, 1856-72. 15 v. 8°. 

— Milne, J. Valuation of assurances, construct- 

tion of tables of mortality, etc. London, 
1815. 2 V. 8°. 

— Morgan, W. Doctrine of annuities and assur- 

ances on lives and survivorships, stated and 
explained. London, 1779. 8°. 

Same. Principles and doctrine of assurances, 

annuities on lives, and contingent reversions. 
London, 1821. 8°. 



Address to the Society for Equitable Assurances on 

Lives and Survivorships. Lond., 1809, 8°. (B 1420) 

— Morris, C, Essay towards deciding the question 

whether it be a national advantage to Britain to in- 
sure the ships of her enemies? addressed to H. 
Pelham by the autlior of 'Letter from a bystander'. 
London, 1747. 8» (B 1519, C 314) 

— Mutual Life Insurance Co., N. Y. Experi- 

ence of the Co.; [by S. Homansl. N. Y., 
1859. 4°. 

— Park, J. A. Law of marine insurances. 3d 

Amer. ed. Boston, 1800. 8°. 

— Phillips, W. Treatise on law of insurance 

Boston, 1823. 8°. 

— PoTHiER, R. J. Traites des contrats aleatoires. 

Nouv. ed. Paris, 1775. 12°. 

— Remarks [on] the old and new rules in the adjustment 

of marine losses. Boston. 1833. 8". (A 65) 

— Rocco, p. Merkwaardige aanmerk : ir. over 

assurantien, etc., als mede reglement der 
assurantien en haveryen van de stad Ham- 
burg; vert, door J.Feitama. Amst., 1737. 4° 

— Standard Life Assurance Co. Address by the 

directors, «.<.jr<. 1843. 8". (B 1179) 
S''e also American Mutual Life Ins. Co. ;— Annui- 
ties; — Family Endowment Soc. ; — Massachusetts ; - 
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co. ; — New Hamp- 
shire ; — Penn. Company for Insurances, etc. ; — Scot- 
tish Equitable Insurance Soc. 
Insurrection in the four western counties of Penn. See 

Findley, W. 
Integral calculus. See Calculus. 

Intellect. Ancillon, L. F. Sur le principe de la 
pensee, ou Examen du passage de Locke sur ce suiet 
{In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 1795.) 

— Bailey, S. Letters on the philosophy of the 

human mind. Lond., 1855-58. 2 v. 8°. 

— Bain, A. The senses and the intellect. Lon- 

don, 1855. 8°. 

— Blaisdale, S. First lessons in intellectual 

philosophy. Boston, 1829. 12°. 

— Brown, P. Procedure, extent, and limits of 

the human understanding. London, 1729. 8", 

— Charleton, W. Two discourses, 1. Different 

wits of men. London, 1669. 8°. 

— Conversations on intellectual philosophy. 

London, 1829. 2 v. 12°. 

— Fallette-Barol, O, A, Elaircissemens sur plu- 

sieurs points, cone, la theorie des operations et des 
facultes intellectuelles. {In Turin, Ac. d. Sci. 
Mem., v. 13, 1803,) 

— Laromiguiere, p. Lecons de philosophic sur 

les principes de I'intelligence. 4e ed. Paris, 
1826. 2 V. 8°. 

— Mudie, R. Man in his intellectual faculties and 

adaptations. London, 1839. 18°. 

— Murphy, J. J. Habit and intelligence. Lon- 

don, 1869. 2 V. 8°. 

— Porter, N. The human intellect. New York, 

1868. 8°. 

— Reed, S. Observations on the growth of the 

mind. Boston, 1838. 12°. 
Reid, T. Essays on the intellectual powers of 

man. Edin., 1785. 4°, 

Same. {In his Works, v, 2, 3, 1815: and 1846.) 

Inquiry into the human mind, {In his Works, 1846.) 

Stewart, D. Elements of the philosophy of 

the human mind. Phila., 1793-1827. 3 v. 8°. 
Same. Edin., 1854. 3 v. 8°. (Vol. 2-4 of his 

Coll. works.) 

— Taine, H. De I'intelligence. 2e ed. Paris, 

1870. 2 v. 8°. 

— Young, J. Lectures on intellectual philosophy; 

ed. by W. Cairns. Glasgow, 1835. 8°. 
See also Psychology (where are given the works treat- 
ing of the intellect in connection with the emotions and 
the will) ; — also Belief; — Brain ; — Certainty ; — Im - 



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agination ; — Intuition ; — Knowledge ; — Memory ; — 
Perception ; — Psychology ; — Reason ; — Representa- 
tion ; — Senses. 
Intellectual development of Europe. See Draper, J. W. 
Intellectual observer. Vol. 3-11. Feb. 1863- 

Dec. 1867. London, 1863-67. 9 v. 8". 
Note. Continued as Student and intellectual observer. 
Intellectual system of the universe. See Cudworth, li. 
Intelligencer, publ. for the satisfaction and information of 

the people. No. 5. Sept. 28, 1663. London, 1663. 

4". (C282) 
Intelligenza, L'; poema. (/« Ozanam, A. F. Doc. pour 

servir k I'hist. de I'ltalie. 1850.) 
Intemperance. See Temperance. 
Interest. See Usury. 
Interest of England in respect to Protestants dissenting 

from the established Ch. London, n.d. 4". (B 654) 
Interest of Gr. Brit, with regard to her colonies, and the 

acquisitions of Canada and Guadaloupe, etc., [by 

B.Franklin]. 2d ed. London, 1761. 8". (B 920) 

— Other editioiiH. (B 389, 517, 617) 

Interest of the merchants and manufacturers of Gr. Britain 
in the contest with the colonies. London, 1774. 8". 
(B 377) 

Interesting and important truths, n.t.p. [1834.] 12°. (C 246) 

Interesting narratives of the sufferings and deliverance of 
the crews of sundry shipwrecked vessels. Phila., 
1810. 8". (W 13b) 

Interests of man in opposition to the rights of man. Edin., 
1793. 8". (B 776) 

Interference of British legislation in the West India Islands 
resp. slaves deprecated. London, 1816. 8°. (B1482) 

Interiano, Giorgio. Delia vita de' Zychi. {hi Ramusio, 
G. B. liac. delle navig., v. 2. 1573.) 

Int6rieur d'un bureau, L'; comedie; — Interieur d'une 
etude, L'; comedie; par E. Scribe. {In his CEuvres 
choisies, v. 1. 1845.) 

Interlude. See Triall of treasure. 

Interlude of the disobedient child, by T. Ingelend ; 
ed. by J. O. Halliwell. London, 1848. 8°. 
(Percy Soc, v. 22.) 

Interlude of the four elements ; ed. by J. O. Halli- 
well. London, 1848. 8°. (Percy Soc, v. 22.) 

Interm^diaire des chercheurs at curieux, L'. Paris, 
Jan. 1864 -dec. 1869. 5 v. 8°. 

Intermediate state {beUoeen death and the resurrec- 
tion). Blackburn, F. Historical view of 
the controversy [on] an intermediate state. 
2d ed. London, 1772. 8"^. 

No proof in the Scriptures of an intermediate 

state ; answer to Mr. Goddard's sermon. 
London, 1756. 8". 
Another copy. (B 576) 

— Chappelow, L. Sermons by Bp. Bull concern- 

ing the state of the soul on its separation 
from the body, with extracts from other 
writers. Camb., 1765. 8°. 

— GoDDARD, P. S. The intermediate state proved. 

London, 1756. 8". 

— Hodges, W. Sheol; a brief diss. cone, the place of 

departed souls between their dissolution and the 
general resurrection. {In his Christian plan. 1755.) 

— Whittlesey, S. Woful condition of impenitent souls 

in their separate state; sermon. Boston, 1731. 8°. 
(B 235) 
See also Purgatory. 
Interment. See Burial. 
Intermezzo, Das ; von A. v. Kotzebue. {In his Theater, 

V. 23. 1841.) 
Internal improvements. See France. Public worku ; — 
Great Britain. Internal intercourse ; — United 
States, hiternal improvement^ ; — also Ireland. 
See also Canals ; — Harbor and River Convention ; 
— Inland navigation ; — Railroads ; — River and har- 
bor improvements. 
Internal intercourse. Grahame, T. Internal inter- 
course and comm. [Part 1.] Lond., 1834. 8°. 
Internal navigation. Goury, G. Souvenirs poly- 
techniques cone, la navigation internale, etc. 
Paris, 1827-28. 3 v. 4° atid Plates f. 
See also Alabama River; — Canals; — Hudson 
River ; — Mississippi River ; — Ohio River ; — Rail- 
roads ; — Tennessee River. 



Internal revenue. See United States. Treasury Dep't. ;— 

U.S. Finance. 
International coinage. Brown, S. Is it desirable to have 
an international coinage, and if so, in what form? — 
Field, A. Is it desirable to have an international 
coinage, and if so, in what form? {In Nat. Assoc. 
Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1868.) 
International Congress of Prehistoric Archse- 
ology. Transactions of the 3d session which 
opened at Norwich, Aug. 20, and closed in 
London, Aug. 28, 1868. Londoti, 1869. 8". 
Contents. Introduction : Origin and designation of 
the Congress, etc. — President's'address. — Tylor, E. B. 
Condition of prehistoric races as inferred from observa- 
tions of modern tribes. — Stuart, J. Notice of a group 
of cists recently found at Broomend, near Inverarie. 
Aberdeenshire, and of cysts at Bishopmill. near Elgin, 
and at Edderton in Itoss-shire; — Stone circles and al- 
lignments; — Note of engravings of sculptures on stone 
monuments in Scotland. — Lewis, A. L. Certain Druidic 
monuments in Berkshire. — Westropp, H. M. Rock 
carvings. — Lamprey, J. H. Certain antiquities in 
stone found in the islands of the Pacific and South Seas. 

— Busk, G. Exhibition of stone implements from the 
Cape of Good Hope; — Caves of Gibraltar in which 
human remains and works of art have been found. — 
Dawkins, W. B. Early antiquities in Portugal: — An- 
tiquity of the iron mines of the weald; — Prehistoric 
mammalia of Great Britain. — Ellis, H. S. Flint flakes 
and mammalian remains in the submerged forest of 
Barnstaple, in North Devon. — Huxley, T. H. Distri- 
bution of the races of mankind and its bearing on the 
antiquity of man. — Broca, P. Crania and bones of 
Les Eyzies, Dordogne. — RoUeston, G. Modes of sep- 
ulture observable in late Romano-British and early An- 
glo-Saxon times in this country. — Evans, J. Manufac- 
ture of stone implements in prehistoric times. — Flower, 
J. W. Prehistoric sepulchres of Algeria. — Lukis, Rev. 
"W. C. Various forms of monuments, commonly called 
dolmens, in Brittany, pointing out a progress in their ar- 
chitectural construction, with an attempt to reduce them 
to chronological order. — Foote, li. B. Quartzite im- 
plements of palaeolithic types from the laterite forma- 
tion of the east coast of Southern India. — Elliot, Sir 
W. Ancient sepulchral remains in Southern India, and 
partic. of those in the Nilagiri Mts. — Franks, A. W. 
Notes on the discovery of stone implements in Japan. 

— Brash, R. R. Ogham monuments of the Gaedhal 
(Gael). — Ferry, H. de, ani Arcelin, A. L'age du renne 
en Maconnais; memoire sur le gisement archeologique 
du clos du charnier a Solutre, departemont de Saone et 
Loire. — Cartailhac, E. Monuments megalithiques du 
departement de I'Aveyron. — Moggridge. M. The 'Me- 
raviglie'. — Kirwan, /fev. R. Memoir of the excavation 
of three tumuli on Broad Down, Farway, near Honiton, 
Devon. — Vilanova, J. Prehistoric remains in Valencia. 

— Clarke, H. Connection of the prehistoric and his- 
toric ages in Western Asia. — Furse, P. Prehistoric 
monuments in the islands of Malta and Gozo. 

International exhibitions of industry. See Dublin ; — 
London ; — New York ; — Paris. 

International law. Bibliography. 

— Meister, C. F. G. Bibliotheca juris naturae et 

gentium. Goettingae, 1749. 3 v. 12". 

— Marvin, J. G. List of works on int. law. (/w Mack- 

intosh, Sir J. Disc, on the law of nature. 1843.) 



History. 
Historia juris naturalis. 



{In Pufen- 



BUDDEUS, J. F. 

dorf, S. De offic. 1737.) 

— Ward, R. Foundation and history of the law 

of nations in Europe. Dublin, 1795. 2 v. 8". 

— Wheaton, H. History of the law of nations 

in Europe and America. N. York, 1845. 8". 

General and miscellaneous works. 

— Annales polit. et diplomatiques. Par., 1823. 8°. 

— Ayrer, G. H. Opusculorum minorum sylloge 

nova. Gottingse, 1752. 12°. 

— Benson, E. Cases and queries to every citizen of the 

U. S. and to Congress. N. Y., 1809. 8". (B 412) 

— Bernard, M. The growth of laws and usages of war. 

{In Oxford essays, 1856.) 

— Bluntschli, J. K. Le droit international 

codifie; tr. par C. Lardy, preface par E. 
Laboulaye. Paris, 1870. 8°. 



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BuRLAMAQui, J. J. Principes du droit naturel. 
Geneve, 1747. 8". 

- Etig. Principles of natural and political law ; 

tr. by Nugent. 3ded. Lond., 1784. 2 v. 8°. 

- Same. 5th ed. Dublin, 1791. 8". 

- Same. 5th ed. Camb., Mass., 1807. 2 v. 8°. 
Bynkershoek, C. van. Law of war ; with 

notes by P. S. Duponceau. Phila., 1810. 8° 

- Qusestiones juris publici. (Jn his Opera, v. 5. 1752.) 
Chambrier d'Oleires, haron de. Questions de droit 

des gens, et obs. sur le "Triiite du droit des gens' de 

Vattel. Un Berlin. Ak, d. Wiss. Abh., 1788-89.) 

— Suite des observations sur le 'Traite du droit des 

gens' de Vattel. {Jn 1790-91.) 
Chitty, J. Practical treatise on the law of 

nations. Boston, 1812. 8°. 
Ceaim and answer, with the proceedings in the case of 

O. Inglis against the U. S. Phila., 1799. 8". (A 31) 
Duane, W. J. The law of nations investigated 

in H popular manner. Phila., 1809. S**. 

- Another copy. (B 1750) 

Everett, A. H. A few notes on passages resp. the 

law of nations, in an article in the N. Amer. rev. 

upon 'Europe'. Boston, 1823. 8°. (B 531, 544) 
Everett, E. Claims of citizens of the U. S. on 

Naples, Holland, France. Camb., 1826. 8°. (B1148) 
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Gardner, D. Treatise on international law. 

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Grotius, H. De jure belli et pacis ; accomp. 

by an abridged trans, by W. Whewell, with 

notes of Barbeyrac, etc. Camb., 1853. 3 v. 8°. 
Note. For other editions ste Grotius (p. 1290). 
Halleck, \V. H. International law ; or, Rules 

regulating the intercourse of states in peace 

and war. New York, 1861. 8°. 
Harcoert, W. V. Letters by 'Historicus' on 

some questions of international law. Repr. 

from 'the Times', with add. Lond., 1863. 8°. 
• - Address on international law. {In Nat. Assoc. 

Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1868.) 
Heffter, a. \V. Droit internat. public de 

I'Europe ; tr.par J. Bergson. Berlin, 1857. 8". 
Heineccius, J. G. Elementa juris naturae et gentium. 

{In hiH Opera, v. 1. 1744.) — Praelectiones acad. in 

H. Grotii de jure belli et pacis et in S. Puffendorffium 

de officio hominis et civis. {In v. 8. 1748.) 

- HoFFBAUER, J. C. Naturrccht aus dem BegrifFe 

des Rechts entwickelt. Merseburg, 1825. 8°. 
Kent, J. Commentary on I. L., rev. with 
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■ - Diss. ; being the prelim, part of a course of law lec- 

tures. New York, 1795. 8". (B 418) 

■ Mablv, G. B. Des principes des negociations. {In his 

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- Mackintosh, J. Discourse on the law of na- 

ture and nations ; ed. by J. G. Marvin. Bos- 
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- - Same. 3d ed. London, 1800. 8°. (B 781) 

- - Same. {In his Miscel. works, v. 1. 1846.) 

■ - French. Discours sur I'etude du droit de la nature et 

des gens, {In Vattel, E. Le droit des gens. 1863.) 

- Macqueen, J. F. Chief points in the laws of 

war and neutrality. London, 1862. 12". 

- Martens, G. P. Precis du droit des gens 

moderne de I'Europe. Gotting., 1821. 8°. 

- MiF.,L, J. Essays on the law of nations. {In his 

Essays.) 
MoYNiER, G. Droit des gens; etude sur la 
convention de Geneve pour I'amelioration du 
sort des militaires blesses dans les armees en 
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- Okey, C. H. Digest of laws, etc., affecting the 

intercourse of the subjects of Gr. Britain and 
France. Paris, 1842. 8". 



— Phillimore, R. Commentaries upon inter- 

national law. Phila., 1854-57. 3 v. 8°. 
Same. 2d ed. London, 1871-73. 3 v. 8". 

— PoLsoN, A. Principles of the law of nations 

with essays on blockade and contraband of 
war ; add. diplomacy, by T. H. Home. 
London, 1848. 8°. (Encycl.metrop., 1st div.) 

— Portalis, a. Du droit des" gens. {In Paris. Inst. 

Ac. d. Sci. Nor. Mem., v. 3. 1841.) 

— PuFENDORF, S. Dc juTC uaturse et gentium. 

Londini, 1672. 4°. 
Same. Ed. nova. Amst., 1715. 4". 

— Selden, J. J. De jure naturali et gentium; 

ace. novae ed. index. Argent., 1665. 8°. 

— Smith, S. S. {In his Lect., v. 2. 1812.) 

— Twiss, T. Law of nations ; rights and duties 

in time of peace. Oxford, 1861. 8°. 

Same. Pt. 2. Rights and duties in times of 

war. Oxford, 1863. 8°. 

— Vattel, E. v. Droit des gens. Nouv. ed. 

Paris, 1863. 3 v. 12°. 
Enff. Law of nations. London, 1760, 59. 

2 V. 4°. 

Same. New ed. corr. London, 1793. 8". 

Same. New ed. London, 1797. 8°. 

— Ward, R. See History (p. 1524). 

— Wheaton, H. Elements of I.L. Phila., 1836. 8". 
Same. 2d ed., [with notes] by W. B. Law- 
rence. Boston, 1863. 8°. 

Same. 8th ed., ed. by R. H. Dana, Jr. Bos- 
ton, 1866. 8°. 

Chinese. Tr. by W. A. P. Martin. Pekin, 

1864. 8°. 

Discourse before the N. Y. Hist. Soc. New York, 

1821. 8». (B 939) 

— Woolsey, T. D. Introduction to the study of 

international law. Boston, 1860. 12°. 
Same. 2d ed. New York, 1864. 8°. 

— Zachariae, T. M. Philos. Rechtslehre oder 

Naturrecht und Staatslehre. Breslau,1835. 8°. 

Cases. 

— Martens, C. de. Causes celebres du droit des 

gens. 2e ed. corr. Leipz., 1858-61. 5 v. 8°. 

Nouvelles causes celebres du droit des gens. 

Leipz., 1843. 2 v. 8°. 
See also the vessels Adela ; — Alabama ; — Alexan- 
dra ; — Cassias ; — Florida ; — Hansa ; — Jeune 
Eugenie; — Jones; — Meteor;— Olive Branch; — 
Shenandoah ; — Trent. 

Convict of laics. 

— LiVERMORE, S. Diss, on the questions which arise 

from the contrariety of the positive laws of different 
states and nations. New Orleans, 1828. 8°. (B1105) 
See also Aliens ; — Allegiance ; — Ambassadors; — 
Arbitration;— Blockades; — Capture; — Congress 
of nations ; — Consuls; — Contraband of war; — Di- 
plomacy ; — Embargo ; — Expatriation ; — Extradi- 
tion ; — Foreign enlistment ; — Fugitives from justice ; 

— Intervention ; — Law of nature ; — Maritime cap- 
ture ; — Maritime law ; — Neutrality ; — Peace ; — 
Privateers ; — Prizes ; — Treaties ; — Visitation and 
search ; — also Alemanni ; — North-western Boundary ; 

— also Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans. 
International maritime law. Avocat pour et 

contre, L'; resume hist, et philos. sur la libert^e du 
commerce des munitions navales. Brux., 1779. 8. 
fB 731) 
Borocghs, J. The soveraignty of the Brit, seas, writ- 
ten 1633. London. 1739. 8". (B 581) 

— Great Britain. King's Advocate. Memolre justm- 

catif de la conduite de la Grande Bretagne, en 
arretant les navires Strangers et les munitions de 
guerre destinees aux insurgens de I'Amerique; [par 
J.Marriott]. London, 1779. 4» (A 14) 

— Maritime capt\ire; Shall England uphold the 

capture of private property at sea? by a 
lawyer. London, 1862. 8". 



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— Renouard, a. C. Rapport sur le droit maritime in- 

ternaiioiial. {In Paris. Inst. Ac. d. iSci. Mor. 
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— Selden, J. J. Mare clausum, seu de dominio 

maris. Lond., 1635. P. 

— Smith, P. A. Seizure of the southern commis- 

sioners with reference to international law. 
London, 1862. 81 
International parliament. Marcoartu, A. de. The par- 
liament of nations. {In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. 
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International policy ; essays on the foreign relations 
of England. London, 1866. 8°. 
ContentH. Congreve, R. The west. — Harrison, F. 
England and France. — Beesly, E. S. England and the 
sea. — Pember, E. H. England and India. — Bridges, 
J. H. England and China. — Cookson, C. A. England 
and Japan. — Hutton, H. D. England and the uncivi- 
lised communities. 

International Sanitary Conference. Report of 
a commission [on] the origin, transmissibility, 
and propagation of Asiatic cholera ; tr. by 
S. L. Abbot. Boston, 1867. 8°. 

— Same. {In Boston. City Physician. Report. 1867.) 

— Sa?ne. Washington, 1867. 8". 
International Statistical Congress. Programme 

of 4th sess., London. London, 1860. 4". 

— Report of proceedings of 4th sess., July, 1860. 

London, 1861. 4". 

Interoceanic canals and railroads. See Canals, Inter- 
oceanic. 

Interpretations of Old Testament prophecies quoted 
in the New ; pub. by I. P. Labagh. New 
York, 1845. 12". 

Interpreter, The ; by G. J. W. Melville. {In Fraser'smag., 
V. 55-56. 1857 ; — a7id in Littell's living age, v. 52- 
56. 1857.) 

Intervention. Boardman, H. A. New doctrine of 
intervention tried by the teachings of Washington, 
Feb. 23 and 24. Phila., 1852. 8". (B 1506) 

— Clark, J. H. Speech, on intervention, Feb. 9. 

Wash., 1852. 8°. (B 1505, 1506) 

— IIOBART, V. H. On intervention, material and moral. 

{Jn his Political essays. 1866.) 

— Mill, J. 8. A few words on non-intervention, 1859. 

(/n his Diss, and discussions, v. 3. 1867.) 

— Miller, J. H. Speech on non-intervention, Feb. 26. 

Wash., 1852. 8". (B 1505) 

— Seward, W. H. Speech, protest against the armed 

intervention of Russia in the Hungarian revolution, 
Mar. 9. Wash., 1852. 8» (B 1505) 

— Stapleton, a. G. Intervention and non-inter- 

vention ; or, The foreign policy of Gt. Brit., 
• 1790-1865. London, 1866. 8". 

— Stockton, R, F. Remarks upon non-intervention, 

Feb. 2. Wash., 1852. 8° (B 1505) 
Intestines. Brinton, W. Intestinal obstruction ; 
ed. by T. Buzzard. London, 1867. 8". 

— Haven, S. F. Statistics of 248 cases of intes- 

tinal obstructions. Phila., 1855. 8°. 

— Hooker, C. Essay on intestinal auscultation. Boston, 

1849. 8» (B 1555) 

— Smith, T. Inaug. essay on wounds of the intestines. 

{In Caldwell, C. Med. theses, v. 2. 1806.) 

— Traveks, B. Process of nature in repairing 

injuries of the intestines. London, 1812. 8". 
See also Hernia ; — Rectum ; — Stricture. 

Intolerance. See Liberty of conscience. 

Intonation. Poole, H. W. Essay on perfect inton- 
ation ; with description of the enharmonic 
organ of Alley and Poole. N. Haven, 1850. 8". 

— Thompson, T. P. Theory and practice of just 

intonation. 2d ed. London, 1857. 12°. 
Intrationum liber. [London,] 1546. f"'. 
Intrighi d'amore. See Tasso, T. 
Intrigue aus dem Stegreif, Die; von C. Lebriin. {In Kot- 

zebue, A. F. F. v. Almanach, v. 21. 1823.) 
Intrigue et amour ; drame ; par A. Dumas. ( In his Theatre, 

V. 7. 1864.) 
Intriguing chambermaid, The ; a comedy. See Fielding, H. 



Introduction to the Latin tongue. New ed. rev. 
Eton, 1788. 8". 

— Satne. New ed. rev. Eton, 1826. 12". 
Introductory lessons on the history of religious worship. 

See Whately, R., Archbp. 
Intuition. M'Cosh, J. Intuitions of the mind in- 
ductively investigated. New ed. New York, 
1866. 8°. 

— Porter, N. Intuition and intuitive knowledge. {In 

Jiis Human intellect. 1868.) 
Invalide, The ; by C. Spindler ; tr. by G. C. Hebbe 

and J. Mackay. London, 1845. 8°. 
Invalides. See Paris. 
Invalid's oracle. See Kitchiner, W. 
Invasion of France in 1814 ; by Erckmann-Chat- 

rian. New York, 1871. 8°. 
Inveges, Agostino. Annali della citta di Palermo. 

Palermo, 1649-51. 3 v. f. 

— Carthago Sicula, opus historicum ; ex Ital. Latina fecit, 

etc., S. Havercampus. {In Graevius, J. G. Thes. 
antiq. Sicil., v. 2. 1725.) — Panormus antiquus; ex 
Italicis in Latina versa. {In v. 14. 1725.) 

— NiCERON, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 11. 1730; and. Germ., 

V. 10. 1754.) 

Invencion de la cruz, por F. L. de Zarate. {In Ochoa, E. 
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Inventions and discoveries (in the arts and sci- 
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Satne. 4th ed., rev. by W. Francis and J. W. 

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Eng. Inquiry into the origin of the discov- 
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decouvertes modernes. Pf.ris, 1859. 2 v. 12°. 

— Fr6ret, X. Sur les decouvertes des anciens dans les 

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— GouGET, A. Y. De I'origine des loix, des arts, 

et des sciences. Paris, 1758. 3 v. 4". 
Same. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1809. 3 v. 8°. 

— Manni, D. M. De Florentinis inventis. Fer- 

raria?, 1731. 4°. 

— Martin, J. Outline of new inventions. Lon- 

don, 1829. 4°. 

— Pancirolli, G. History of things lost, which 

were in use among the ancients, and of things 
found, now in use among the moderns. Lon- 
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— Paris. Acad. Royale des Sciences. Ma- 

chines et inventions approuvees depuis son 
etablissement, 1666-1754; dessinees et pub. 
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~ Somerset, E. Century of inventions ; with 
notes and biog. mem. by C. F. Partington. 
London, 1825. 12°. 

— Touchard-Lafosse, G., and others. Diction- 

naire chi'onologique des decouvertes, etc., en 
France, 1789-1820. Paris, 1826. 17 v. 8°. 

— Vergilio, p. De rerum inventoribus. Lugd., 

1597. 8°. 
Same. [Genevne,] J. Stoer, 1604. 8°. 

— Whewell, W. Philosophv of discoverv. Lon- 

don, 1860. 8°. 

— Woodcroft, B. Brief biog. of inventors of 

machines for textile fabrics. Lond., 1863. 8°. 
See also India rubber car springs ; — Patents ; — 
also Arkwright. Sir K. ; — Cartwright, V.. ; — Mor- 
land, Sir S. ; — Watt, J. ; — Worcester, Marquis of. 

Periodicals. 

— American journal of improvements in the useful 

arts; ed. by 1. L. Skinner. Vol. 1. Wash., 
1828. 8°. 



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— American journal of improvements in the use- 

ful arts. Vol. 1. Washington, 1846. 4". 

— Archives des decouvertes et des inventions, 

1808-32, 34-37. Paris, 1809-39. 28 v. 8". 

— British annual and epitome of the progress of 

science for 1839; ed. by R. D. Thomson. 
London, 1838. 12". 

— Bulletin gen. et univ. des annonces scien- 

tiliques ; pub. sous la direction de Ferussac. 
Paris, 1823. 4 v. 8". 

— Retrospect of philos., mechanical, and agric. 

discoveries. London, 1806-10. 5 v. 8". 

— SoNNiNi, C. S., and Thiebaut de Berneaud. 

Annuaire de 1' Industrie frangaise, 1811. 

Paris, 1811. 12°. 
• — Year-book of facts in science and art, 1840-74 ; 

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See also Patents. 
Inverness supplement to the almanacs for 1837. Inverness, 

[1836]. 12". (E27) 
Inverness-shire, Scotland. Robson, J. General view of the 

agriculture in the western part of Inveruess-shire. 

London, 1794. 4° (W 76) 
Invertebrata. Gould, A. A. Report on the in- 

vertebrata of Mass. Camb., 1841. 8". 

— Lamarck, J. B. Systeme des animaux sans 

vertebres. Paris, 1801. 8° 
'Scune. 2e ed. Paris, 1815-22. 7 v. 8". 

— Owen, R. Lectures on the comparative anat- 

omy and physiology of invertebrate animals. 
London, 1843. 8". 

Same. 2d ed. London, 1855. 8°. 

See also Crustacea ; — Entomology ; — Mollusca ; 
— Natural history ; — Palaeontology ; — Radiata ; — 
Worms ; — Zoology. 

Investigator, pseud. The triangle; a series of numbers 
upon three theological points. New York, 1816. 8°. 
(B 265) 

Investigator, pseud. Remarks on a pamphlet entitled 'Prof. 
Hale and Dartmouth Coll.' n.p.,n.d. [1835.] 12°. 
(B 1120) 

Investment of money. See Stock exchange. 

Invisible prince, The; a fairy extravaganza. See Planch6, 
J. R. 

Invisibles de Paris, Les ; par G. Aimard et H. 
Crissafulli. Paris, 1867-68. 5 v. 18". 

Invitation, The, [on the excise act. Boston, 1755.] 8° (B 610) 

Invitation a la valse, L'; coraedie; par A. Dumas. {In his 
Theatre, v. 13. 1865.) 

Inwood, Henry William. The Erechtheion at Ath- 
ens ; fragments of Athenian architecture and 
a few remains of Attica, Megara, and Epirus. 
London, 1827. f°. 

Iodine. Lugol, J. G. Effects of iodine in scrof- 
ulous diseases. London, 1831. 8". 

— Davies, J. Use of iodine in surgical diseases and ex- 

ternal injuries. London, 1839. 8". (B 1189) 
Ion Chius. Fragm. {In Bergk, T. Poetae lyrici Gr., 

1853; — Mueller, C. Fr. hist. Gr., v. 2. 1848; — 

Nauck, A. Trag. Gr. fr. 1856; — and in Wagner, 

F. W. Fr. Kurip. 1846.) 
Ion. See Euripides. 
Ion ; a tragedy. See Talfourd, T. N. 
lona. Campbell, G. D., Duke of Argyll. lona. 

London, 1870. 8". 

— M'CoRRY, J. S. The monks of lona ; in reply 

to the Duke of Argyll ; with a review of 'The 

cathedral of lona, by the Bp. of Argyll'. 

London, 1871. 8". 
Ionia. Society of Dilettanti. Antiquities of I. 

London, 1821, 1797. 2 v. f°. 
Ionian Islands. Costituzione degli stati uniti delle 

Isole Jonie. {In Laurent, P. E. Class, tour 

through Greece, v. 2. 1822.) 

— Lacroix.L. Histoire et description des lies loniennes, 

[to 1851]. (/m'm lies de la Grece. 1853. Univers.) 

— Akbois, d',/rer-e«. Memoire sur les trois departemens 

de Corcire, d'lthaque, et de la mer Egee, [to 1797]. 
Paris, an vi [1798]. 2 pts. 8°. (B 731) 
192. (6. 30. 76.) 



— Reumont, a. von. Die ioniachen Tnseln unter vene- 

zianischer Herrschaft, [1386-1760]. (/« Historische 
Zeitschrift, v. 8. 1862.) 

— Koltzoff-Massalkv, H. G., Princess. Les lies 

loniennes sous la domination de Venise et sous le 
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^ d. D. Mondes, juillet 1858.) 

— Vaudoncourt, G. de. Memoirs on the Ionian 

Islands, [1800-16] ; tr. [from the French] by 
W.Walton. London, 1816. 8". 

— Tommaseo. N. Delia civilta italiana nelle Isole lonie 

e di N. Delviniotti, [1801-05]. {In Archivio stor. 
ital., U.S., v. 2, pt. 1. 1855.) 

— De Bosset, C. P. Parga and the Ionian Islands, 

[1809-17]. London, 1821. 8". 

— Holland, Sir H. Travels in the Ionian Islands, 

Albania, etc., 1812-13. 2d ed. London, 
1819. 2 V. 8°. 

— Nafier, Col. C. J. The colonies: the Ionian 

Islands in particular, [1816-31]. London, 
1833. %". 

— Lenormant, p. La Grece et les lies loniennes, 

etudes de politique et d'histoire contempo- 
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— Handbook for the Ionian Islands, etc. New 

ed. London, Murray, 1845. 12°. 

— Spencer, E. Visit, 1850. {Li his Travels. 1851.) 

— Girardin, M. {In Revue d. D. Mondes, avr. 1859.) 

— Great Britain. Colonial Office. Reports; 

past and present state of her majesty's colo- 
nial possessions. London, 1861. 2 v. f**. 

— Ansted, D. T. The Ionian Islands in 1863. 

London, 1863. 8°. 

— Gr. Brit. King. Treaty between [England], 

Austria, [France], Prussia, and llussia rel. to 

the Ionian Islands, Nov. 14, 1863. London, 

1864. f''. 
See also Corfu ; — Greece ; — Ithaca, 
loor, "Wm. Battle of Eutaw Springs, and evacuation of 

Charleston, Dec. 14, 1782; a national drama. 

Charleston, 1807. 8". (B 474) 
lophon. Fragm. (/% Bergk, T. Poetae lyrici Gr., 1853; — 

Nauck, A. Trag. Gr. fr., 1856; — and in Wagner, 

F. W. Fr. Eurip. 184€.) 
Iowa. Adjutant General. Report, 1863-66. Des 

Moines, 1863-66. 5 v. 8°. 
Army list. {In Smith, G. B. Official army list of 

volunteers of Western States. 1862.) 

— Geological Survey, Report of geological survey ; 

by C. A. White. Des Moines, 1870. 2 v. 8*» 

— Legislature. Acts and resolutions, 1856-68, 

Iowa City, 1857-58. 2 v. 8°. 

House. Documents, 1856. Iowa City, 1857. 8*>. 

Journal, 1854-68. Iowa City and Des 

Moines, 1855-58. 10 v. 8''. 
Senate. Journal, 1856-60. Iowa City and 

Des Moines, 1856-60. 9 v. 8". 

Description. 

— Curtiss,D. S. Western portraiture and emi- 

grant's guide. New York, 1852. 8". 

— Memorial to Cong, on the northern boundary of 

Missouri. n.t.p. [18-.] 8° (B 1602) 

— Northern Iowa, by a pigneer. Dubuque, 18o8. 8. 

(B 1603) 

— Parker, N. II. The Iowa handbook for 1857. 

Boston, 1857. 12". 
See also Davenport. 

History. 

— Inoersoll, L. D. loWa and the rebellion, a 

history of the troops furnished. Phila., 
1866. 8*. 

Natural history. 

— Allen, J. A. Notes on birds observed in western 

Iowa. {In Boston Soc. of Nat. Hist. Mem., v. 1. 
1866-69.) 



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— Pakry, C. C. Systematic catalogue of plants. {In 

Owen, D. D. Report of a geol. survey. 1852.) 

— U. S. Geologist. Report of a geological sur- 

vey of Wise., Iowa, and Minn. ; by D. D. 
Owen. Phila., 1852. 2 v. 4°. 
Politics. 

— Speeches in Congress on tlie Iowa land bill. See 

Dodge, A. C. : — Downs, S. W.; — Felch, A.; — 
Geyer, H. S. ; — Sumner, 0. (B 1505) 

— Thompson, W. To the committee on elections; on 

the admission of the Kanesville vote, Aug. 1848. 
n.t.p. [1850.] 8°. (B 1504) 

— Vinton, S. F. Speech on the bill to admit Iowa and 

Florida. Wash., 1845. 8". (B 1197, 1501) 
Iowa, Grand Chapter, Grand Lodge of. See Freemasons, 
loway Indians. Hamilton, W., and Irvin, S. M. 

Grammar. loway and Sac mission, 1848. 12". 

— Irv.in, S. M. ,«??// Hamilton, W. History of the Iowa 

trtbeis. {hi Schoolcraft, H. 11. Hist. resp. Indian 
tribes, pt. 3. 1853.) 

Wv-wv-kv-ha) e-ya e-tu u-na-ha Pa-hu-cse e-cae ae-ta- 

wse. An elementary book of the loway language 
with an Eng. translation. loway and Sac mission, 
1843. 16". (E32) 

— Primer, n.t.p. 12". [Imperf.,only pp. 17-24.] (E32) 

— Ya-w.e Pa-hu-cse e-cae ae-ta-wse e-tu-hce wa-u-na-ha. 

loway and Sac mission. 1843. 16". (E 33) 
See also Bible (p. 288). 
Ipecacuanha. Daijbenton. L. J. M. Observ. on indiges- 
tion; the tflicacy of ipecacuan. 2d ed., with add. 

London. 1807. 8". (B 828) 
Ipermestra. See Metastasio, P. 
Iphicrates. Nepos. C. (i« /lis Vitae.) 
Iphigeuia. T'hoen, W. Ueber Iphigenia in Aulis [und] 

in Tauris nach alten Werken der bildenden Kunst. 

(In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. xVbh., 1812-13.) 
Iphigenia in Aulide, in Tauride. See Euripides. 
Iphigenie auf Tauris. See Goethe, J. W. von. 
Iphigenie en Aulide; tragedie. See Bacine, J. 
Iphigenie en Tauride; tragedie. See La Touche, C. G. de. 
Iphigenie en Tauride; tragedie-lyrique. See Guillaud, N. 

F. (B 1622) 
Ipocrito, Lo; commedia. See Aretino, P. 
Ipomydon, Life of; romance. {In Weber, H. Metrical 

romances, v. 2. 1810.) 

— Seme, an atstract. {In Ellis, G. Spec, of early 

English metrical romances, v. 3. 1811.) 
Ipres. Map. Amst., [17— ]. (E 60) 
Ipsara. Lacroix, L. Histoire et description d'L {Jn his 

lies de la Grece. 1853. Univers.) 
Ipswich, A'ng. Carlyle, T. An election to the Long 

Parliament. {In Ms Critical essays, v. 4. 1860.) 
Ipswich, Mass. Felt, J. B. History of I., etc. 

Camb., 1834. 8°. 

— Kimball. D. T. Sketch of the ecclesiastical history 

of Ipswich. Haverhill, 1823. 8". (B 952) 
Ipswich. First Church. Kimball, D. T., Pastor 
of the \st Church. Discourse, 50th anniv. of 
his ordination. Ipswich, 1857. 8*^ 
The last sermon preached in the ancient meeting- 
house of the 1st parish in Ipswich, J'eb. 22. Bos- 
ton, 1846. 8". (B 1840) 

— Pickering, T. Account of the application by the 2d 

Ch. in I. to the 1st in t. and the 2d Ch. in Kittery, 
relating to J. Cleaveland's ordination. Boston, 1747 
4". (C251) 

Ipswich. Second, Fourth Church. See Essex, Mai^s. 

Ipswich. South (or Third) Church. See Ipswich Council. 
1805. 

Ipswich. Convention, 1778. Result of the conven- 
tion of delegates, Ipswich, to take into con- 
sideration the constitution and form of gov- 
ernment proposed by the convention of the 
state of Mass. Bay. Newburyport, 1778. 8° 

— Another copy. (B 133. 2517) 

Ipswich. Convention, 1812. Declaration of the Co. of Essex, 
Ipswich, July 21. Salem, 1812. 8". (B 441) 

Ipswich. Convention, 1817. County convention ; [proceed- 
ings] at a meeting of Federal delegates, land ad- 
dress], n.t.p. [1817.] 8". (B 445, 1492) 

Ipswich. Council, 1805. Vindication of the result of the 
late Council. Newburyport. 1805. 12°. (D2) 

— Marcus, pseud. Reply to Vindication of the result 

of the late council at Ipswich. Newburyport, 1805 
8°. (D2) 

— Woods, L. Testimony against the publications of 

Marcus. Newburyport, 1805. 8°. (D 2). 



— Vindication of the character of Mrs. E. Dana; the 
result of the late Council, their "Vindication', with 
the publications of Dr. Dana and his son considered. 
Newburyport, 1805. 8°. (D 2) 

Ira and Isabella, by W. H. Brown. Bost., 1807. 18°. 

Iran. Drummond, Sir W. Origines ; remarks on 
the origin of several empires, states, and cities. 
London, 1824-29. 4 v. 81 

Iranyi, Daniel, and Chassin, C. L. Histoire poli- 
tique de la revolution de Hongrie, 1847-49. 
Paris, 1859-60. 2 v. 8". 

Irby, A. P. Travels in the Slavonic provinces of Turkey- 
in -Europe. 1867. See Mackenzie, G. M. 

Irby, Charles Leonard, and IVIangles, J. Travels 
in Egypt, Nubia, Syria, and Asia Minor, 
1817-18. London, 1823. 8". 

Ircana in Ispaan; tragicommedia. See Goldoni, C. 

Ircana in Julfa; commedia. See Goldoni, C. 

Iredell, James. Address before the Dialectic and 
Philanthropic Societies, at Chapel-Hill, June 25. 
Chapel Hill, 1834. 12°. (B 1581) 

— McRee, G. J. Life and correspondence of I. 

New York, 1857-58. 2 v. 8°. 

Ireland, Alexander. List of the writings of Wm. 
Hazlitt and L. Hunt ; prec. by a review of 
Barry Cornwall's Memorials of Charles 
Lamb, and a chronological list of the works 
of L. London, 1868. 12". 

Ireland, John. Hogarth illustrated. 2ded. Lon- 
don, 1793. 3 V. 8°. 

— Anecdotes of the life of J. Henderson. {In Hender- 

son, J. Letters and poems. 1786.) 
Ireland, John. D.D. Letter to H. Brougham. {In Pam- 
phleteer, 1819; V. 14 of B 838) 

— Nuptiaj sacrae ; or. Inquiry into the Scripture doctrine 

of marriage and divorce. London, 1801. 8". (B1409) 

— Second solemn appeal to the Ch, ; remarks on.the pro- 

ceedings of a pretended eccl. court against the 
author. Brooklyn, 1811. 8°. (B 237) 

— Sermon before the Ho. of Commons, March 10, general 

fast. London, 1813 4°. (B 1258) 
Ireland, John B. From Wall Street to Cashmere; 

journal of five years in Asia, Africa, and 

Europe, 1851-56. New York, 1859. 8°. 
Ireland, Samuel. Picturesque views on the Thames. 

London, 1792. 2 v^ 8". 

— Miscellaneous papers, etc. See Ireland, 8. W. H. 
Ireland, Samuel Wm. Henry. England's topogra- 
pher; or, the new and complete history of 
County of Kent. London, 1828-29. 2 v. %". 

— Miscellaneous papers, etc., under the hand and 

seal of Shakspeare, including King JyCar and 
part of Hamlet, from the original mss. in the 
possession of S. Ireland. London, 1796. f*. 

— Malone, E. Inquiry into the authenticity of 

certain miscellaneous papers, etc. Londoji, 

1796. 8«. 
Ireland, Wm. Narrative of the depositions of R. .lenison, 

with evidences proving that I., executed for high 

treason, was in London, Aug. 19, 1678. London, 

1679. f». (A 53) 
Ireland, "Wm. M. Inquiry into the management of lying-in 

women. New York, 1818. 8". (B 816) 

— Remarks on the medical properties of the stramonium. 

New York, 1817. 8°. (B 813) 

Ireland. Cotnmissioners for Publishing Anc. Laws. 

— Ancient laws of Ireland, Senchus Mor. Vol. 

1-3. Dublin and London, 1865-73. 81 
Contents. Vol.1. Introduction to Senchus Mor; or. 
Law of distress. 2, Law of distress [completed]; 
Laws of hostage, sureties, fosterage, saer-stock tenure, 
daer-stock tenure, and of social connexions. 3. Con- 
elusion. — Customary law, and Book of Aicill. 

Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland. 

— Great Brit. Ho. of Com. Set. com. [on"] the 

advances made by the Commiss. 1st and 2d 
reports. Dublin, 1846. 8". 



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Commissioners to Inspect the House of Industry. 

- Report. [London.] 1820. f". (C 243) 

Commissioners to Take an Account of the Popu- 
lation of Ireland. 

- Census of Ireland, 1861 ; enumeration ab- 

stracts. Dublin, 1861. P. 

- - Same. Part 1 : Area, population, and num- 

ber of. houses. Vol. 3 [Ulster], no. 1-9 ; 
V. 4 [Connaught], no. 1-5. Dublin, 1863. 
2 V. in 14 nos. f<i 

- - Same, Part 3 : Vital statistics. Vol. 1 : 

Status of disease. Dublin, 1863. f''. 

Court of Chancery. 

■ Calendar of the patent and close rolls, Henry 

VIII. -Charles i.; ed. by J. Morrin. Dublin, 
1861-63. 3 V. 8". 
Cooper, C. P. Letter upon the bill to improve the 
proceedings in the Uiah Court of Chancery. I'ith 
ed. London, 1850. 8". "(E 106) 

■ Portion of the debate on the Irish Chancery bill, Feb. 

1850. London, 18,01. 8". (E 106) 
See also Rolls OJlce of the Court of Chancery. 

Directors of Convict Prisons in Ireland. 
7th annual report, 1860. Dublin, 1861. 8". 

House of Commons. 

List of the pensions on the civil establishment, Jan. 18. 
Dublin, 1787. f°. (W 72) 

Parliamentary register; or. Proceedings and 
debates. (Vol. 1, 2d ed.) Dublin, 1784- 
1801. 16 V. (V. 12 w.). 8°. 

Report from the com. of secrecy [on] treasonable pa- 
pers presented to the House, with the appendixes, 
etc. 2d ed. London, 1798. 8". (B 1691) 

House of Lords. 

Report from the committee of secrecy [on] treasonable 
papers received from the Commons; with the appen- 
dixes, London, 1798. 8", (B 1691) 

Inspectors- General of Lunatic Asylums in 
Ireland. 

Report, 1844. Dublin, 1845. f°, 
13th report. Dublin, 1864. 8°. 

Inspectors- General of the Prisoi\s of Ireland. 
39th report. Dublin, 1861. 8°. 

Master of the Rolls of Ireland, 

See Court of Chancery, — Rolls Office of the Court of 

Chancery. 

Parliament, 

Statutes at large passed in Parliaments held in 
Ireland, 1310-1776. Dublin, 1765-82, f°. 

Statutes of Ireland, 3 Edward ii. - 13 James i, ; 
ed. by Sir R. Bolton. Dublin, 1621, f° 

Lucas, C. Usage of holding Parliaments, and of pre- 
paring bills of supply in Ireland, stated from record ; 
[with] annotations, [and] an address to George, 
Viscount Townshend. Dublin, 1770. 8<*. (B 591) 

Report of the debates in both houses on the Roman 
Catholic bill. nt.p. [1792.] 8" (C 155) 

Whiteside, J. Life and death of the Irish Parlia- 
ment. (/7i his Essays. 1868.) 

Holls Office of the Court of Chancery, 

Inquisitionum in Officio Rotulorum Cancella- 

riffi Hiberniae asservatarum repertoriura. 

[Dubl.,] 1826-29. 2 v. f° 
Rotulorum patentium et clausorum calendarium . 

Vol, 1, pars I, Hen. ii. - Hen. vii. [Dubl.,] 

1828. f« 
See also Court of Chancery. 



Agriculture. 

- Lavergne, L. G. L. G. de. L'economie rurale 

de 1' Anglcterre et de I'lrlande. Par., 1863. 16° 

- Playfair, L. Declining production of human food in 

Ireland, (/n Grant, Sir A. Recess studies, 1870.) 

- WALKER, J. C. Rise and progress of gardening in 

Ireland. (/?i Roy. Irish Acad. Trans., v. 4. 1792?) 
See aim Loughaah ; — Peat. 

Antiquities. 

- Beauford, "W. Account of an ancient sepulchre dis. 

covered in the Co. of Kildare. {In Roy. Irish Acad. 
Trans., v. 2. 1788.) 

- Beaufort, L. C. State of architecture and antiquities, 

etc. {In Roy. Irish Acad. Trans., v. 15, 18. 1828.) 

- Betham, Sir \V. Irish antiquarian researches. 

Dublin, 1826-27. 1 v. in 2 pt. 8". 

- Coyne, J. S. See Description. 184- (p. 1530). 

- Crouch, ISr. {In Ids Admirable curiosities. 1811.) 

- Grose, F. Antiquities of Ireland ; [the hist. 

and description by E. Ledwich]. London, 
1791-95. 2 V. 4° 

- Murray. J. P. Antiquitates Britannicae atque Iliber- 

nicae inter se comparatae. {In Goettingen. Ges. d. 
Wias. Comm., 1773, 74.) 

- Stokes, W. Life and labours in art and ar- 

cheology of G. Petrie. London, 1868. 8°. 

- Vallancey, C. Description of an anc. monument in 

the church of Lu^^k in the Co. of Dublin. {In Roy. 
Irish Acad. Trans., v. 2. 1788.) 

- Weever, J. Ancient funeral monuments in 

Gr. Brit., Ireland, etc. London, 1631. f°. 
See also Celts ; — Round towers ; — also Na- 
tional character (p. 1533). 

Army. 

- D'Alton, J. Illustrations, historical and ge- 

nealogical, of King James' Irish armv list, 
[1689]. 2d ed. Dublin, [I860]. 2 v. 8°. 

- Secret history and memoirs of the barracks of Ire- 

land. London, 1747. 8". (C 314) 

Art, including Architecture. 

- Beaufort, L. C. State of architecture and antiqui- 

ties, previous to the landing of the Anglo-Normans 
in Ireland. {In Roy. Irish Acad. Trans., v. 15. 
1828.) 

- Carey, AV. Some memoirs of the patronage 

and progress of the fine arts in England and 
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- O'Brien, H. Round towers of Ireland. Lon- 

don, 1834. 8". 

- Parker, J. H. Ancient domestic architecture of Ire- 

land. {In Archaiologia, v. 38. 1860.) 

- Petrie, G. Ecclesiastical architecture of Ire- 

land, comp. an essay on the origin and uses 
of the round towers. 2d ed. Dublin, 1845. 8". 
Note. First published in Roy. Irish Acad., 
Trans., v. 20. 1845. 

- Scrutator, pseud. All the talents in I. ; a 

satirical poem, with notes. 2d ed. London, 
1807. 8''. 

- Stokes, W., M.D. Life andlaboursin art and 

archaeology of G. Petrie. London, 1868. 8". 

Biography. 

- Madden, R. R. United Irishmen, their lives 

and times. P^ila., 1842. 2 v. 12°. 

- Sheil, R. L. Sketches of the Irish bar. New 

York, 1854. 2 v. 12°. 

- Thomas, 8. F. Historical notes rcl. to Ireland, 1509- 

1625. {In his Hist, notes, v. 3. 1856.) 
See also Barrington, Sir J.; — Bedell, W.; — 
Browne, G.; — Burke, PJ.; — Curran, J. P.;— Edge- 
worth, R. L. ; — Emmet, T. A.; — Fitzgerald, K. : — 
Goldsmith, O. ; — Grattan, U. ; — Racket, J. ; — Big- 
gins, F. ; — Jebb, J. ; — Lawless, V. B. ; — Moore, 'I\ ; 
— Patrick, St. ; — Plunket, D. ; — Sheil, R. L. ; — 
Stewart, R., Vise. Castlereagh; —Swift, J.; — Tone, 
W. T. W. ; — Whately, R. 



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Climate. 

- Hamilton, W. {In Roy, Irish Acad. Trans., v. 6. 

1797.) 

Commerce. 

- Blkke, E. Two letters to gentlemen In Bristol on the 

bills relative to the trade of Ireland. London, 1778. 
8° (B 1537, E 163) 

- Caldwell, J. Debates rel. to the affairs of I. in 

1763, 64 ; [with] Enquiry how far restrictions 
upon the trade of I., by acts of Pari., are a 
benefit to England ; with statutes. London, 
1766. 2 V. 8°. 

- - Enquiry how fiir, etc. Exeter, 1779. 8" (B 347) 

- Collection of tracts cone, the present state of 

Ireland. London, 1729. 8°. 
Contents. Seasonable remarks on trade. — Essay on 
trade in general, and on that of Ireland in partic. — 
Considerations on 'Seasonable remarks' and on 'Essay 
on trade'. — Appeal to Swift, by way of reply to ['Con- 
siderations']. — Letter in answer to 'Appeal'. 

- Fox, C. J. Heads of speech in opposition to the 4th 

Irish proposition. London. 1785. 8". (B 1240) 

- - Keply to Pitt on the 4th Irish proposition [on com- 

merce]. May 31, 1785. London, n.d. 8". (B 1241) 

- - Speech in the Ho. of Com. on the Irish resolutions, 

[rel. to commerce, etc.,'\ May 12, 1785. London, 
1785. 8° (B 1240) 

■ GiLBART, J. W. History of banking in Ire- 

land. London, 1836. 8°. 

- HoLROYD, J. B. Obs. on the trade, etc. See Indus- 

try (p. 1532). 

- Newenham, T. View, etc. See Description. 1809. 

■ Short view of the proposals lately made for the final 

adjustment of the commercial system between Gr. 
Brit, and Ireland. London, 1785. 8". (B 765) 

• Society of Ship- Owners of Great Britain. 

Collection of reports and papers of the navi- 
gation and trade of Gr. Brit., Ireland, and 
the Brit, colonies in Amer. Lond., 1807. 8°. 

• Some facts rel. to the fate of the late linen bill. Lon- 

don, reprinted, 1753. 8°. (B 784) 

See also Peat; — aZso Industry (p. 1532); — 
Inland navigation. 

Description and Travels. 

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Galibert, L., and Pille, C. Angleterre, 
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by Sir W. Petty, 1687. {In Roy. Irish Acad. Trans.. 
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RiNucciNi, G. B. Nunziature in I., 1645-49 ; 
pub. [da] G. Aiazzi. Firenze, 1844. 8°. 

Young, A. Tour in I., 1776-79. Dublin, 
1780. 2 V, 8°. 

- Abstract of tour in I., 1776-79. {In Pinkerton, J. 
Col. of voy., v. 3. 1809.) 

Hamilton, W. North coast of Ireland, 1784. {In 
Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., v. 3. 1809.) 

Scale, B. [1788.] See Maps (p. 1531). 

Carr, J. Stranger in I., 1805. Phila., 1806. 8°. 

Newenham, T. Natural, political, and com- 
mercial circumstances of I. • Lond., 1809. 4"^. 

BiGELow, A. Leaves from a journal ; or, 
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— Carey, M. View of the natural advantages of Ireland. 

Phila., 1823. 8°. (B 792) 

— Hall, S. C. and A. M. Ireland; its scenery, 

character, etc., [1825-40]. New ed. Lon- 
don, [18—]. 3 V. 8". 

— Three months in I., [1825] ; by an English 

Protestant. London, 1827. 8°. 

— Pueckler-Muskau. H. L. H., Fuerst von. 

Tour in I., etc., 1828-29. Lond., 1832. 2 v. 8°. 
Same. Phila., 1833. 8°. 

— Bicheno, J. E. Ireland and its economy ; 

a tour in 1829. London, 1829. 8°. 

— Maxwell, W. H. Wild sports of the West. 

London, 1832. 2 v. 8°. 

— Angler in I., 1833. London, 1834. 2 v. 12". 

— Inglis, H. D. Ireland in 1834. London, 

1834. 2 V. 12"'. 

— Senior, N. W. Journals, conversations, and 

essays rel. to I., [1835-62]. London, 1868. 
2 V. 8«. 

— Beaumont, G. A. de la B. de. L'Irlande so- 

ciale, politique, et religieuse, [1835-37]. 3e 
ed. Paris, 1839. 2 v. 8°. 

Eng. Ireland, social, political, and religious ; 

tr.by W.C.Taylor. [Lond.,] 1839. 2 v. 12°. 

— Barrow, J. Tour, 1835. London, 1836. 12". 

— TocQUEViLLE, A. de. Voyage en Irlande, [1835]. 

{In Ids Mel. hist. 1865.) 

— Chatterton, Lady H. G. Rambles in the 

south of I., 18318. London, 1839. 2 v. 12". 

— Coyne, J. S. Scenery and antiquities of I. ; 

illust. by W. H. Bartlett. London, [184-?]. 
2 V. 4". 

— Weld, C. R. Vacations in I., [184-?]. Lon- 

don, 1857. 8". 

— Kohl, J. G. Ireland, Scotland, and England, 

[1840]. London, 1844. 8°. 

— Johnson, J. Tour in I., [1843]. London, 

1844. 12". 

— Wolseley, R., chairman. Collection of docu- 

ments expressive of public opinion on the 
utility of the ordnance memoir of I., [1843]. 
Dublin, 1844. 8". 

— Thackeray, W. M. Sketches in I. Phila., 

[1843 ?] 2 V. in 1. 8". 

— Bradshaw's monthly railway and steam navi- 

gation guide for Gr. Brit., Ireland, etc., 
Aug. 1844, July 1845, July 1847, June 1850. 
London, n.d. 4 v. 16". 

— Gr. Brit. Commissioners on the Ordnance 

Memoirs of Ireland. Report. Lond., 1844. f". 

— Head, Sir F. B. Fortnight in Ireland. Lon- 

don, 1852. 8". 

— Haskins, G. F. 1854. {In his Travels. 1856.) 

— Guide to Cork, Killarney, and the south of Ire- 

land. Cork, 1863. 16". 

— Handbook for travellers in Ireland. London, 

Murray, 1864. 12". 
DoMENECH, E., Vahhe. Voyages et aventures 
en Irlande. Vol.1. Paris, 1866. 18". 

See also Connaught ; — Cork Co. ; — Dublin ; — 
Kerry ; — Killarney ; — Meath Co. ; — also Gr. Brit, 
Description (pp. 1232-33);— 07i(^ Ireland. Commiss.to 
Take an Account of the Population (p. 1529) ; — Cli- 
mate ; — Ethnology ; — Industry ', — Inland navigation ; 
— land qupstion; — Natural history; — Poor; — Sta- 
tistics (p. 1535). 

Maps. 

— Scale, B. Hibernian atlas divided into coun- 

ties. London, 1788. 8". 

— Beaufort, D. A. New map of I. 2d ed. London, 

1797. (E65) 

— Blaeu, W. Hibernia. [Amst., 16—.] (E 78, no. 80) 

— Faden, W. London, 1798. (E 65) 



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Ecclesiastical history. 

■ Mason, H. J. M. Misstatements in T.Moore's 

history resp. the introd. of Christianity into 
I. London, 1845. 12°. 

- Primitive Christianity in Ireland ; a letter to 

T. Moore, [220-815]. 2d ed. London, 
1840. 12° 
Stanley, A. P. The three Irish churches ; an 
historical address. 2d ed. Lond., 1869. 8°. 

■ - Same. (In 7m Essays. 1870.) 

Collier, J. Affairs of religion in Ireland, [431-1600]. 

{M his Eccl. hist, of Gr. Brit., v. 1-9. 1840-41.) 
Whiteside, J. The Church in Ireland, [433-1864]. 

{Jn his Essays. 1868.) 

- GoDKiN, J. Ireland and her churches, [1152- 

1867]. London, 1867. 8°. 

- Theiner, a. Vetera monumenta Hibernorum 

hist, illustr. ex Vatican i, etc., tabulariis ; 
1216-1547. Romffi, 1864. H 

■ Reformation of the Church in Ireland, set forth in 

life and death of G. Browne, Archbp. of Dublin, 
[1535-58]. (In Phenix, v. 1, no. 5.) 

- McGee, T. D. History of attempts at Protes- 

tant reformation in I., [1540-1830]. Boston, 
1853. 12°. 

- King, W. State of the Protestants of Ireland, 

[1641-90]. London, 1692. 8°. 

- RiNUCCiNi, G. B. Nunziature. See Description, 

1645-49, (p. 1530). 

- Candidus, pseud. Full display of late publi- 

cations on tithes and the sufferings of the 
clergy in the south of I., [1778-86]. Dub- 
lin, 1788. 8°. 
See also Bally kelly ; — Catholic Church in Gr. Brit, 
(pp. 501-503) ; — Church of Ireland (p. 581) ; — Cloyne ; 

— Cork ; — Killinchy. 

Education. 

- Dickson, S. On a system of national educ. adapted to 

Ireland. (/» Roy. Irish Acad. Trans., v. 4. 1792.) 

- Gr. Britain. Commissioners of National Edu- 

cation in Ireland. 10th report. Dublin, 
1844. f°. 

- - 27th, 30th report. Dublin, 1861-64. 3 v. 8°. 

- Haur6au, J. B. Ecoles d'Irlande. (/« ^is Singularites. 

1861.) 

- Hibernian Soc. tn London, tor Establishing 

Schools and Circulating the Scriptures in 
Ireland. 12th report. London, 1818. 8". (B1023) 

- O'Brien, W. S. Education in Ireland. {In Central 

Soc. of Educ, V. 3. 1839.) 

- Whately, R. Address to the clergy on the recent 

changes in the system of Irish national education. 
2d ed. London, 1853. 8". (E 3) 
See also Dublin University ; — Maynooth College. 

Emigration. 
See Land question (p. 1532). 

Ethnology. 

- Betham, Sir W. Origin of the people of Ireland. 

{In his Etruria. 1842.) 

- Wood, T. Inquiry cone, the primitive inhabi- 

tants of I., illustrated by Ptolemy's map. 
Cork, 1821. 8°. 

Finance ( Public) . 

- Gr. Brit. Ho. of Com. Return of officers in 

the Dublin District, for the coll. of revenue, 
[Jan. 1806-] Jan. 1809, and 1815-18. [Lon- 
don, 1819.] f". 

- Hautenville, H. B. Digest of the duties of 

customs and excise. Dublin, 1804. f". 

- Letter from an Irish member of Parliament upon the 

report of a committee on the circulating paper, 
specie, etc., of Ireland. London, 1805. 8°. (B 1414) 

- Observations on 'A letter to the Duke of Portland', 

[on] revenue; [with] the state of the distilling trade 
of Ireland. Dublin, 1782. 8°. ( W 29) 
For banking see Commerce (p. 1530). 



Heraldry. 
See Great Britain. Heraldry (p. 1236). 

History. 
Bibliography. 

Gr. Brit. Record Commission. Ireland. {In Ques- 
tions on the public records, mss.. etc. 1833.) 

Kelly, W. B. Catalogue of books on the his- 
tory of I. Dublin, [187-]. 12". 

Morgan, Lady S. Irish historians. {In Morgan, 
T. C. and S. Book without a name, v. 2. 1841.) 

NicoLsoN, W. English, Scotch, and Irish hist, 
libraries. London, 1714. f°. 

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Butt, I. The Irish people and the Irish land ; 
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Senchus mor ; ancient laws of Ireland. Dub- 
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- Hardiman, J. Ancient Irish deeds and writings, 

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See also Oomrnisniotiers to Publish the Ancient Laws 
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— Baratariana ; a collection of pieces pub. dur- 

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— Fugitive pieces of Irish politics during the adminis- 

tratiou of Ld. Towiisheud, [1767-72]. London, 1772. 
8". (B751) 

— Considerations on the dependencies of Gr. Britain 

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— Grattan, H. Speeches, [1778-1819]. Vol. 

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- Has Ireland gained or lost by union with Gr. Britain? 

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- Same, {hi his Polit. writings, v. 1. 1867.) 

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Irving, Pierre M. Life and letters of W. Irving. 

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Irving, Washington. Works. New ed. New York, 
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Contents. Vol. 1. Knickerbocker's New York. 2. 
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— Same. With vocab. by E. Anthon. Lpz., 

1846. 16". 



— Astoria, or, Anecdotes of an enterprise beyond 

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— Biographical sketch of T. Campbell. See Wyoming. 

— Biography and remains of M. Davidson. 

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— Bracebridge Hall. London, 1822. 2 v. 8". 

— Same. New York, 1822. 2 v. 8". 

— Chronicle of the conquest of Granada. Phila., 

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— Spanish. Cronica de la conquista, etc.; tr. par 

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— Crayon miscellany, Phila., 1835. 3 v. 12". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Tour on the Prairies. 2. Ab- 
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— History of New York ; by Diedrich Knicker- 

bocker. 4th Amer. ed. N. Y., 1824. 2 v. 12". 

— Same. London, 1836. 16". (Fam. lib., v. 55.) 

— Legend of Sleepy Hollow; illust. by F. O. C. 

Darley. New York, 1849. ob. f". 

— Life and voyages of Christopher Columbus. 

New York, 1828. 3 v. 8". 

— Same, abridged. London, 1831. 16". (Fam. 

lib., V. 16.) 

— Life of Washington. N. Y., 1855-59. 5 v. 8°. 

— Same. New York, 1856-59. 5 v. 12". 

— Same, on large paper, N. Y., 1855-57. 4 v. 4". 

— Mahomet and his successors. New York, 1850. 

2 V. 12". 

— O. Goldsmith; a biography. N.Y., 1849. 12". 

— Same. (In Harper's fam. lib., v. 121, 122.) 

— Rip Van Winkle ; illust. by F. O. C. Darley. 

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— The Rocky Mountains. See Bonneville, B. L. E. 

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— Same. Lond., 1834. 16". (Fam. lib., v. 43, 44.) 

— Same. No. 2. New York, 1819. 8", (B 1835) 

— Spanish papers and other miscellanies ; ed. by 

P. M. Irving. New York, 1866. 2 v. 12". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Legend of Don Roderick. — 
Legend of the subjugation of Spain. — Legend of Count 
Julian and his family. — Legend of Pelayo. — Abde- 
rahman, the founder of the dynasty of the Ommiades in 
Spain. — Chronicle of Fernan Gonzales, Count of Cas- 
tile. — Chronicle of Fernando the saint. — Spanish ro- 
mance. 2. Biog. sketches. — Reviews and miscellanies. 

— Tales of a traveller. Phila., 1824. 2 v. 8". 

— Voyages and discov. of the companions of 

Columbus. Lond., 1831. 16". (Fam. lib., v. 25.) 

— Wife, in ItaL] Una moglie. (In Balbo, C. Novelle. 

1854.) 

— Wolfert's roost and other papers. New York, 

1855. 12° 

— Benson, E. Brief remarks on the 'Wife' of W. Irving. 

New York, 1819. 8°, (B 533) 

— Dana, R. H., Sen. The sketch book. (In N. Amer. 

rev., v. 9. 1819; and in his Poems, v. 2. 1850.) 

— Irving, P. M. Life and letters. New York, 

1862-64. 4 V. 8", 

— Irvingiana; a memorial. New York, 1860. 4". 

— Massachusetts IlrsT. See. Proceedings on the 

death of I. (/7i Mass. Hist. Soo. l»roc., 18iJ8-50.) 

— Sketch.] (In Longacre, J. B., and Herring. J. Nat. 

portr. gal., v. 1. 1837.) 

— Thackeray, W. M. (^Inthe Cornhill mag., v. 1. 1863.) 
Irving, Wm. See Salmagundi. 

Irving vs. Manning. Browne, G. L. Constructive total 

loss; report. London, 1847. 8°. (B 1440) 
Irvingites. Crabh, J. Address to the Irvingites ; 
*'their heresy, etc., set forth. Lond., 1836. 12". 
See also Irving, E. 
Irwin, Eyles. Series of adventures, voyage up the 
Red Sea. 3d od. London, 1787. 2 v. 8". 

— Account of the game of chess, as played by the Cbineso. 

(In Roy. Irish Acad. Trans., v. 5. 1794?) 

Eastern eclogues, written during a tour through Arabia, 

Egypt, etc., 1777. London. 1780. 4°. (A 70) 



IRWIN 



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ISLA 



— Ode to Robert Brooke [on] the death of Hyder Ally. 

London, [1782]. 4°. (A 47) 
Irwin, K. B., and Bowman, S. M. Sherman and 

his campaigns. New York, 1865. 8". 
Irwin, Thomas. McBride. J. (/7?7iis Pioneer biog., v. 1.) 
Is it right? [on capital punishment]. Boston, 1865. 12°. 

(C 272) 
Isaac Commenus: a play, by H. Taylor. {In his Poet. 

works, V. 2. 1864.) 
Isaac monachus. Tltpl /txerpwv Troir/TUfwi'. (In Bachmann, 

G. L. E. Anecd., v. 2. 1828.) 
Isaacs, Hyam. Ceremonies, customs, etc., of the 

Jews. London, [183-]. S'l 
Isabel deBaviere; par A. Dnmas. Nonv.ed. Paris, 

1862. 2 V. 18° 
Isabel ; or Sicily ; a pilgrimage; by H. T. Tucker- 
man. Phila., 1839. 12". 
Isabela; tragedia, de L. L. de Argensola. (7» Sedano, 

Parnapo esp., v. 6. 1772; — andin Ochoa. Tesoro 

del teatro espan.. v. 1. 1832.) 
Isabella of Avgoultme. Queen of King John. StrickIiAND, 

A. Un her Queens of Eng., v. 2. 1840.) 
Isabella, Queen of Castile and Arugon. Clemencin, D. 

Elogio. Un Madrid. Ac. d. 1. Hist., v. 6. 1821.) 

— Jameson, A. (//iA^r Mem. of female sov. 1831. Har- 

per's fam. lib., v. 33, 34.) 
See also Ferdinand and Isabella. 
Isabella of France, Queen of Eduard ii. Strickland, A. 

(In her Queens of Erg., v. 2. 1840.) 
Isabella, 6t., Queen of I'ortvgal. Bayam, J. P. (In his 

Portugal glorioso. 1727.) 
Isabella ii., Qt/eeti of Spain. Calderon de la 

Bakca, r. E. I. Attache in JSIadrid ; or, 

sketches of the court of I. N. Y., 1856. 12°. 
Isabella 0/ Valois^ 2d Queen of Richard ii. Strickland, 

A. (In Iter Queens of England, v. 3. 1840.) 
Isabella, tragedia. See Polidori, G. 
Isabella, or the fatal marriage; a tragedy; by T. Southern. 

London, n.d. 16". (D 42) 
Isabella Maria Louisa, Infanta of Spain, Princess of 

Parma, Archduchess of Austria. Cantu, C. Isa- 
bella e la corte di Vienna. (In Archivio stor. ital., 

ser. 3, V. 7, pt. 2. 1868.) 
Isabelle; drama; by J. B. Buckstone. (In Sargent, E. 

Mod. stand, dr., v. 22.) 
Isatey, Jean Baptiste. Bassanville. A. L., comtesse dc. 

(In her Salons d'autrefois, ser. 1. 1862.) 
Isacco, figura del Redentore. (Jn Metastasio, P. Works, 

V. 7. 1782.) 

IsseuB. Orationes ; recog. et comment, adj. G. F. 
Schomann. Gryphisw., 1831. 8°. 

— Orationes, Gr. et Lat. (In Reiske, J. J. Oratores 

Grseci, v. 7. 1773.) 

— Isaeus, Gr. cum trans, reficta a C. Mullero. (In 

Mueller, C. Oratores Attici, v. 1. 1847.) 

— Speeches on succession to property at Athens ; 

tr. with com. by Sir W. Jones. Lond., 1779. 4". 

— Oratio de hereditate Cleonymi. (In Mai. Class, auct., 

V. 4. 1831.) ' 

Isaiah, Book of. See Bible (p. 281). 
Isambert, Frangois Andre. Manuel du publiciste 

et de I'homme d'etat. Paris, 1826. 4 v. 8°. 

— Geographie du vie siecle et revision de la numisma- 

tique d'apres la livre de Justinjen. (In Procopius 
C(Bsariensis. Anecdota. 1856.) 

— Rapport de M. Isambert sur les voyages de M. M. 

Lynch et de Saulcy. (In Paris. Soc. de G6og. 

Bui., 4e per., v. 7. 1854.) 
Ischander. Fragm. (In Wagner. Fr. Eurip. 1846.) 
Ischia. Capaccio, G. C. De balneis liber. — Lombardi, 

J. F. De balneis aenariarum. (In Graevius. Thes. 

antiq. Ital.. v. 9, pt. 4. 1723.) 
Iseo, Giuseppe. Discorso sopra il poema del Tasso. (In 

Galilei, G. Opere, v. 15. 1856.) 
Isherwood, Benjamin F. Engineering precedents 

for steam machinery. New York, 1859. 8°. 

— Experimental researches in steam engineering. 

Phila., 1863. 4°. ^ 

— Description of timber bridges, etc., on Utica and Syra- 

cuse R. R. (In Weale, J. Theory, v. 2. 1839.) 
Isidora. See Dudevant, A. A. L. Chateau des desertes. 
Isidorus. Fragm. (InS&nck, A. Trag. Gr. fragm. 1856.) 
Isidorus a^mo/a Madriti. St. Joannes diac. Ilispanus. 

Vita S. I. (In Acta sanct., v. 16. 1866.) 
Isidorus C/^ar-acew?/.s. Mansiones Parthicaj. (In Mueller, 

C. Geographi Gr. min., v. 1. 1855.) 



Isidorus Ilispalensis ejisc. (Eng. Bp. of Seville), St. Com- 
ment, in canticum Salomonis. (/« Mai. Class, auct., 
V. 9. 1837.) 

— Glossarium ; cum notis J. G. Graevii. (In Martinius, 

M. Lexicon jihilol.) 

— De nativitate Domini. (In Schilter, J. Thes. antiq. 

Teut., v. 1. 1728.) 

— De viris iliustribus. (In Florez, H; Espana sagrada, 

v. 5. 1750.) — Chronicon I. ac Melliti. — Historia de 
regibus Gothorum, Wandalorum, et Suevorum. (In 
v. 6.) — Epistolse Isidori et Braiilionis Csesaraugus- 
tani mutuo directae. (In v. 30. 1775.) — Versus in 
bibliotheca Isidori. — Vida escrita por el Cerratense. 
— De TRANSITU Isidori. (In v. 9.) 

— Damascius. Vita Isidori, a Photio excerpta. (In 

Diogenes Laertius. De clar. philos. 1850.) 

— Vita. (In Acta sanct., v. 10. 1866.) 

Isidorus de Isolanis. Vita S. Veronicas de Binasco. (In 

Acta sanct., v. 2. 1863.) 
Isidorus, Abp. of Kiev. Hody. H. (In Jiis De Graecis ling. 

Gr. instauratoribus. 1742.) 
lB,\AoTVisPac<nsis(i.e.of Badajoz). Chronicon. (/n Florez, 

H. Esp. sagrada, v. 8. 1752.) 
iBidoxvLB, pseud. Noorden.K.v. Ebo.Hinkmar, undPseudo- 

Isidor. (//i Historische Zeitschrift, V. 7. 1862.) 

— Weizsaecker, J, Die pseudo-isidorische Frage in 

ihrem gegenwlirtigen Stande. (In Historische 
Zeitpchrift, v. 3. 1860.) 
Isidro, St. Vega Carpio, L. F. de. Justa poctica al san I. 
Vida del santo y Relacion de las fiestas que Madrid 
hizo en [su] canonizacion. (In his Obras no dra- 
maticas. 1856; v. 38 of Aribau. Bibl.) 
Isigonus Nicoeensis. Fragm. (In Mueller, C. Fr. hist. 

Gr., V. 4. 1851.) 

Isis. Plutarchus. TJeber Isis und Osiris mit 

Uebersetz. von G. Parthey. Berlin, 1850. 8". 

Isizulu. Grout, L. Observations on the particles of the 

Isizulu and its cognate languages. (In Amer. 

Orient. Soc. Journ., v. 6. 1860.) 

Iskender JUunx/d. Erdmann, F. von. I. und sein Wcrk. 

(In Zeitschr. d. D. morg. Ges., v. 15. 1861.) 

Isla, Jose Francisco de. Obras escogidas ; con una 

noticia dc su vida y escritos por P. F. Mon- 

dau. Madrid, 1850. 8°. (Aribau. Bibl., v. 15.) 

ConteiHs. Noticia de la vida y obras [de] Isla. — 

Vida [de] Isla. — Triunfo del amor y de la lealtad, dia 

grande de Navarra. — Historia del famoso predicador 

Gerundio de Canipazas, alias Zotes. — Varios escritos 

con motivo de la historia de Genmdio. Prologo. — Carta 

de A. de la Vcrdad. — Reparos de un peiiitente [de] M. 

Marquina. — Apologia de N. Cernadas contra los Repa- 

ros de M. Marquina. — Carta [de] C. Criton al morondo 

J. Benoit. — Di.n'ogo entre el cura del Zangano y el 

guardian de Loriai.a, sobre Gerundio. — El circiinloquio 

[de] Isla. — Jacara nueva y curioso romance. — Cartas 

apologeticas. — Carta escrita por el barbero de Corpa a 

J. Maimo y Ribes. — Carta [de] J. de Aravaca en res- 

puestaaotra de A. de Montiano. — Carta deL. Comitolo. 

— Los aldeanos criticos, 6 cartas criticas sobre lo que se 
vera. — Romance contra Gerundio. por el marques dela 
Olmeda. — Carta de Supino a Gerundio. — Al ente sin 
sustancia, al atomo bullicioso, al orate de las tertuiias, 
etc., y fingido A. de la Verdad. — Un apasionado de la 
verdad. — Endechas del padre Marco contra Gerundio 
y su autor. — Decimos de un cocinero de cierta religion 
contra Gerundio. — Memorial de un Gerundio converso. 

— Noticioso Gerundio de que le busca su autor, le par- 
ticipa su paradero. — Decimas [de] Isla. — Seguidillas 
que aseguran ser de un novicio de la Compania de 
Jesus. — Cartas de J. de la Encina. — Cartas familiares. 

— Los aldianos criticos, 6 cartas criticas. Madrid, 

[17—]- 8°. 

— Carta del barbero de Corpa. (In Valladares, A. 

Seman., v. 20. 1789; — Carta sobre el terreraoto de 
Portugal.- (In v. 16. 1788.) 

— Cartas de J. de la Encina, contra un libro [de] 

J. deCarmona, 'Metodo racional de curarsa- 
bafiones'. Madrid, [17—]. 8°. 

— Cartas familiares. Madrid, 1785. 2 v. 8°. 

— Cartas familiares. 2a ed. Madrid, 1790. 6 v. 8". 

— Collecion de papeles critico-apologeticos contra 

P. de Aquenza yD.de Torres en defensa de 
Feyjoo y Martinez. Madrid, 1788. 8°. 

— Conversaciones entre Fabio y Silvio, sobre cierto ser- 

mon. 1740. (Jre Valladares, A . Seman., v. 34. 1790.) 

— Description de la mascara en Salamanca con 

motivo dela canonizacion de S. Luis Gonzaga 
y S. Estanislao deKoska. Madrid, 1787. 8". 



ISLA 



1539 



ITALY, ANCIENT 



— Historia del famoso predicador Fray Gerundio 

de Campazas. [Madrid, 1813.] 4 v. 12". 

— Mercurio general de Europa, 1758. Madrid, 

1784. 8°. 

— Rebusco de las obras literarias dal P. I. Ma- 

drid, 1790. 8° 
Contents. El tapa-boca; papel respondiendo al Doc- 
tor Araujo. — Carta apologetica sobre la 'Vida de S. 
Antonio Abad' [por] P. Nolasco de Ocejo. — Carta, 
acomp. una satira. — Satira contra los malos escritores 
de este siglo, por J. Pitillas, [p^eud.]. — Carta apolo- 
getica, sobre el Rasgo epico del D. J. Casses y Xalo. 
— Satira a las daraas que usan de afeytes, y desmienten 
su estatura con lo desmesurado de los tacones, etc. — 
Otra a las que afectan ser extrangeras, — Carta a L. G. 
Puig, [sobre el] 'Triunfo del amor'. — Fabula en verso 
castellano tomada de Fedro. — Carta sobre el trata- 
miento del Fray. — Carta en verso escrita por un des- 
terrado a un amigo suyo. 

— Sermones morales. Madrid, 1792-93. 6 v. 4*1 

— Triunfo del amor ; festiva del rey Fernando ii. 

2a reimpr. Madrid, [1746?] 4°. 

— FoLRA, J. J. Compendio hist, de la vida, etc. 

t.p.ic. [Madrid, 1803?] ,18° 
Isla, Juan de. Representation en derecho. {In Valladares, 

A. Seman., v. 34. 1790.) 
Islam. See Mohammedanisiu. 
Island empire. The ; or. Scenes of the first exile of 

Napoleon i. 2d ed. London, 1855. 8°. 
Island princess. The. 8ee Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J. 
Islands. Avezac-Macaya, M. A. P. d'. lies de 

I'Afrique. Paris, 1848. 8". (Univers.) 

— BoRY DE Saint Vincent, J. B. G. M., and Lacroix, 

F. lies diverses des trois oceans et regions circom- 
polaires. {In Famin, C. Chili, 1840.) 

— PoRACCHi DA Castiglioni, T. Isolc piu famose 

del mondo. Venetia, 1605. f°. 
Same. Con nova aggionta. Padova, 1620. f. 

— Position of the north Pacific islands. (In Hawaiian 

Club. Papers, 1868.) 

See also Oceania ; — Polynesia. 

Isle de la raison, L'; comedie. See Marivaux, P. C. de. 

Isle des esclaves, L' ; comedie. See Marivaux, P. C. de. 

Isle of France. See Mauritius. 

Isle of Man. See Man. 

Isle of Wight. See Wight. 

Islenzkir annalar, sive Annales Islandici, 803-1430. 
HafnisD, 1847. 4''. 

Isles of Shoals. See Shoals. 

Islington, Enc/. Brayley, E. W. View^s in Isling- 
ton, fr. drav^^ings by Pu gin. Lond., 1819. 4" 

— HowiTT, W. Historical associations of I. (In his 

Northern heights of London. 1869.) 
lam.B,elpas?ia. English, G.E. Expedition to Don- 

gola and Senaar. 1st Amer. ed. Boston, 

1823. 8". 

Another copy. (C 150) 

Isma'iles. Salisblry, E. E. Translation of two unpub- 
lished Arabic documents relating to the doctrines of 

the Isma'iles and other Bartinian sects. (M Amer. 

Orient. Soc. Journ., v. 2. 1851.) 
Ismeer ; or, Smyrna and its British hospital in 1855. 

London, 1856. 8«. 
Ismfinide et Hylas; par J. B. I. de Lisle. (In Biblioth. 

univ. des romans, Nouv., v. 74. 1803.) 
Isoard, Jean Baptiste Claude, afterwards Delisle de Sales. 

See Delisle de Sales. 
Isocrates. Orationes et epistola; ; recog. J. G. 

Baiter. Paris, Didot, 1846. 8". 

— Isocrates; ex recog. Baiteri, cum tr. Lat. Ahrensii. 

(In Mueller, C. Oratores Attici, v. 1. 1847.) 

— Orationes; recog. G.E. Benseler. Iji^s., Teubner, 

1851. 16° 

— Enff. Orations of Lysias and Isocrates ; trans. 

with life, e^c.,by J. Gillies. Lond., 1778. 8". 

— Spanish. Oraciones y cartas ; tr. con notas 

por A.R.Romanillos. Madrid, 1789. 3 v. 8". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Prol. — Vida de I. — Dionisio de 

Haliearnaso sobre 1. — Breve razon de la obras. — Orat. 

admon. A. Demonico. — Sobre el modo de reynar a 



Nicocles. — Nicocles, de como los siibditos deben ha- 
berse con el principe. Or. suasorias. El pancgirico. 

— A Filipo, sobre reconciliar las ciudades griogas. 2 
Archidamo. — Areopagitica. — La social 6 de la paz. 
Elogios y reprensiones. Elog. deEvagoras. —De Helena. 

— De Busiris. — El panateniaco. — Contra los Sofistas. 
3. Or. judiciales. Plataica. — De la permuta. — Del 
par de caballos. — La trapecitica. — Paragrafica. — 
Eginetica. — Lochites. — La sin testigos. — Cartas. 

— Ausgewaehlte Reden des Isokrates : Panegyri- 

cus, und Areopagiticus ; erkla?rt von R. Rau- 
chenstein. 2e Aufl. Berlin, 1855. 8". 

— Panegyricus ; cum animad. S. F. N. Mori suis- 

que ed. F. A. G. Spohn. Lips., 1817. 8°. 

— Panegyricus ; from the text of Bremi, with 

Eng. notes by C. C. Felton. Camb., 1847. 12". 

— Perrot, G. (In Revue d. D. Mondes, nov. 1871.) 
Isola disabitata, L'. See Metastasio, P. 

Ispahan. Buckingham, J. S. Researches in Ispahan. 
(In his Travels in Assyria. 1829.) 

Israel, Judges of. Auchinleok, H. B. Chronology of the 
J. (In Royal Irish Acad. Trans., v. 11. 1810.) 

Israeli, Isaac d'. See DTsraeli. 

Issaurat, C. Moments perdus de Pierre- Jean ; ob- 
servations, objections, etc. Paris, 1868. 18°. 

Isselburg, P. Eigentliche Entwerffung dessn Marquis Spi- 
nolfe Lagern bey Maintz und Oppenheim. Dess- 
gleichen der unirten Fursten Lager bey Wormbs, 
1620. Norimb.. [16—]. (E 78, no. 92b) 

Issipile. See Metastasio, P. 

Istakhri, Abii Ishak, called Al Kitabii-l-alkdlim. Elliot, 
H. M. (In his Hist, of India, v. 1. 1867.) 

Ister. Atthis, e^c. Fragm. (/n Mueller, C. Fr. hist. Gr., 
V. 1. 1841.) 

Isthmian games. Krause, J. H. Die Pythien, 
Nemeen, und Isthmien aus den Schrift- und 
Bildwerken des Alterthums. Lpz., 1841. 8°. 
(Krause, J. H. 'E?Ji;/iY/ca, 2r Th., 2r Bd.) 

Isthmus of Panama, of Suez. See Panama, Suez. 

Istorici delle cose veneziane. Venezia, 1718-22. 
10 V. 8"." 
Contents. Vol. 1. M. A. Sabellico. 2. P. Bcnibo. 
3-4. P. Paruta. 5-7. A. Morosini. 8-9. B. Nani. 
10. M. Foscarini. 

Istorie pistolesi ov. delle cose in Toscana, 1300-48, 
e diario del Monaldi. Firenze, 1723. 8". 

Istria, Dora d', pseud. See Koltzof-Massalsky, H. G., 
Princess. 

Istria. Lavallee, J. Voyage pittoresque de 
ristrie et de la Dalmatic ; apres I'itineraire 
de L. F. Cassas. Paris, 1802. f° 

— Chmel, J. (Jn his Urkunden zur Geschichte von 

Istrien, etc. Fontes rer. Aust., 2e Abth., Ir B. 1849.) 

— Ferrario, G. (In his Costume, v. 7. 1829.) 

— GoiNEO, G. De situ Istriae. (In GrssB. Thes. antiq. 

Ital., V. 8, pt. 4. 1723.) 

Isumbras, The romance of. (In Halliwell, J. O. Thorn- 
ton romances, 1744. Camden Soc, v. 30.) 
See also Sir Isumbras. 

Iswara Krishna. Sankhya Karika ; tr. by Cole- 
brooke, with the comment, of Guarapada by 
Wilson. Oxf., Orient. Trans. Fund, 1837. 4". 

It is never too late to mend; by C.Reade. Boston, 
1856. 2v. 12". 

Ita, Countess of Hapsbnrg. See Hapsburg. 

Italia liberata, L'. See Trissino, G. G. 

Italiaenische Leider des hohenstaufischen Hofes 
in Sicilien ; [genommen aus den 'Discorsi' von 
R. di Gregorio]. Stuttg., Lit. Verein, 1843. 8°. 

Italian comedies, tr. N. Y., and Phila., 1849. 8". 
Contents. Goldoni, C. An odd mistake; — The mo- 
rose good man. — Giraud, G. Jealousy at fault; — 
The mad prophet. — Nota, A. The projector; — The 
first steps to folly. 

Italian merchants in London. Case of the Italian mcr- 
chants. [London, 16-.] f». (A 62) 

Italy, Ancient. Fahretti, A. Corpus mscrip- 
tionum Italicarum antiquioris iEvi et Glossa- 
rium Italicum in quo omnia vocabula ex 
Umbricis, Sabinis, Oscis, Vohcis, Etruscis, 
aliisq.monum. Aug. Taur., [1858-67]. 4". 



ITALY, ANCIENT 



1540 



ITALY, MOD. (Art) 



— Dyer, T. H. Early populations of Italy. {In 7iis 

Hist, of the kings of Rome. 1868.) 

— Gastaldi, B. Lake habitations and pre-his- 

toric remains of northern and central Italy ; 
tr. byC. H. Chambers. London, 1865. 8°. 

— Keightley, T. Mythology of ancient Greece 

and Italy. London, 1831. 8°. 

— MoMMSEX, T. Die unteritalischen Dialeckte. 

Lpz., 1850. 4°. 

— ViRGiLius Maro, P. ^neis. /See VirgiliusMaro. 

See also Etruria ; — Latinum ; — Umbria ; — 

and especially Rome. 

Italy, EUngdom of. Ministero degli Affari Esteri. 

Documenti diplomatici presentati al parla- 

mento, 21 dec. 1866. Firenze, [1867?]. f. 

— Ministero delV Interna. Calendario gen. d'ltalia, 

1862-64, 67-72. Roma, 1862-72. 9 v. S''. 

Italy, Modern. Agriculture. 

— Smith, R. B. Italian irrigation. London, 

1852. 2 V. 8°. 

A7itiquities. 

— Forsyth, J. Antiquities, e^c. Lond., 1813. 8°. 

— MuRATORi, L. A. Antiquitates Italicae Medii 

^vi. Mediol., 1738-42. 6 v. f°. 

Dissertazioni soprale antichitk ital. ; [pub. da] 

G.F.S.Muratori. Napoli, 1752-53. 3 v. 4°. 
See also Baia ; — Bosia ; — Castel Gondolfo ; — Cora ; 

— Camse ; — Etruria ; — Faenza ; — Falisci ; — Fermo ; 

— Florence ; — Herculaneum ; — Pompeii ; — also 

— Classical antiquities ; — Italy, (Ancient) ; — Rome. 
Antiq. ; — also Revue d. D. Moudes, table gen., p. 453. 

Architecture. 

— Clochar, p. Palais, maisons, etc., d'ltalie. 

Paris, 1809. f°. 

— Cresy, E., and Taylor, G. L. Architecture of 

the Middle Ages in Italy. London, 1829. f° 

— Gruner, L. The terra-cotta architecture of 

North Italy, 12th- 15th cent. ; from drawings 
by F. Lose, with descriptive text by V. Otto- 
lini and F. Lose. London, 1867. 4°. 

— Street, G. E. Brick and marble in the Mid- 

dle Ages. London, 1855. 8°. 

— Woods, J. Letter of an architect from France, 

Italy, and Greece. London, 1828. 2 v. 4'*. 
See also Architecture (p. 126-129). 
Army. 

— Canestrini, Q-. Documenti per servire alia storia 

della milizia italiana dal 13o sec. al 16o. (In Ar- 
chivio stor. ital., v. 15. 1851.) 

— GALEANf Napione, G". F. JSTotizia de' principal! 

scrittori de arte mili tare italiani. (In Turin. Ac d 
Sci. Mem., v. 13. 1803.) ' " 

Art (chiefly painting and sculptzire ; for Music 
see p. 1549). 

— Bibliography. Reumont, A. Notizie bibliog. dei' la- 

vori pub. in Germania trattanti delle belle arti in 
Italia. (In Archivio stor. ital., App,, v. 5. 1847.) 

— Arundel Society. Italian jewellery worn by 

peasants ; col. by Castellani, and purchased 
for the South Kensington Museum. London 
1868. f. 

Italian sculpture of the Middle Ages and period 

of the revival of art. London, 1869. f°. 

— Baldinucci, F. Vocabolarlo toscano dell' arte del 

disegno. {In his Opere, v. 2, .3. 1809.) — Notizie de' 
professori del disegno da Cimabue in qua, {In v. 4, 

— Barri, G. a painter's voyage to Italy ; Eng 

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- Wyatt, M. D., and Waring, J. B. Mediaeval, renais- 

sance, and Italian courts. {In Crystal Palace. 
Fine arts, v. 2. 1854.) 

- Zanetti, a. Le premier siecle de la calcogra- 

phie : Ecole d'ltalie. Venise, 1838. 8<'. 

- ZiRARDiNi, Gr. See Literature : History (p. 1547). 

See also Ancona, Marca di ; — Bologna ; — Florence ; 

— Naples ; — Pisa ; — Rome ; — Siena ; — Tuscany | — 
Vatican ; — Venice ; — also Ancient Art ; — Christian 
Art; — Middle Ages. Art; aiid the general histories 
of the Fine Arts (pp. 146-148) ; — a^so Furniture; — 
also Revue d. D. Mondes, table gen., p. 452. 

The library contains lives of the following Italian 
artists : Angelico da Fiesole, Fra ; — Buonarroti, 
M. A. ; — Cellini, B. ; — Ghirlandaio, D. ; — Giotto ; — 
Nelli, O. ; — Perugino, P. ; — Pinturicchio, B. ; — Raf- 
faello Santi or Sanzio ; — Sanzio, G. ; — Vecellio, T. ; 

— Vinci, L. da; — and of the Vecelli family ; — 

and copies of works by Angelico rfa Fiesole, Fra; 

— Barbieri, G. F. ; — Berrettini, P. ; — BuonaiTOti, M. 
A. ; — Canova, A. ; — Carracci, The, (L,., A., and A.); 

— Francia, F. ; — Masaccio ; — Mazzuoli, F. ; — Monte- 
lupo, 11. da; — Orcagna, A. ; — Piazzetta, J. B. ; — Pi- 
ranesi, G. B. and F.; — Raflfaello Santi or Sanzio ; — 
Rosa, S. ; — Sanderi, A. ; — Vinci, L. da; — Zampieri, 
D.J — and by the following engravers: Cosio, C; — 
Giacomelli, S. ; — Morghen, K. ; — Raimondi, M. A. ; 

— Roccheggiani, L. ; — and copies of works by these 
and other artists may be found in various collections, as 
Ticozzi, S. Vita di Gesu e di Maria vergine con rami 
tratti dalle pui eel. pitture delle scuole d'ltalia. 1826; 
and others enumerated under Painting. 

Biography . 

- Amato, G. d'. Eanteon dei martiri della lib- 

erta italiana. Torino, 1851. 2 v. 8°. 

- Ayala, M. d'. Degl' ingcgneri militari italiani dal 

secolo XIII al xviii. {In Archivio stor.ital., ser. 3, 
v. 9, pt. 2. 1869.) 

- B I STIC CI, V. da. Vite di uomini illustri del 

secolo XV. Firenze, 1859. 8°. 

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brigands ; hist, des principaux bandits de 
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1578, 77. 2 V. P. 

- Litta, p. Pamiglie celebri di Italia. Milano, 

1819-74. 15 V. and 34 fasc. H 

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illust. {In Archivio stor. hist., v. 4, pt. 1, 2. 1853.) 

- Sheil, 11. S. {In his Sketches, v. 1. 1855.) 

- Tkollope, T. A. Decade of Italian women. 

London, 1859. 2 v. 8°. 
See also Achilli, G. ; — Balsamo, G. : — Borgia, Lu- 
crezia, duchessa di Ferrara; — Ca.vouT, C. B. ; — Cenci, 
13.; — Coleoni, B. ; — Columbus, C; — Ezzelino iii.; 

— Falletti, marchesa G. ; — Farnese, A. ; — Ferdinand 
II, grail duca di Toscana ; — Finati, G. ; — Gajani, G. ; 

— Garibaldi, G. ; — Joanna i.. Queen of Aaples; — 
Maceroni, F. ; — Manin, D.; — Matilda, gran con- 
tessa di Toscana ; — Mazzini, G. ; — Medici, Cosimo 
I.; — Medici, L. de'; — Oria, A. d'; — Pellico, S.; — 
Priocca, CD.; — Renata, duchessa di Ferrara; — 
Rienzi ; — Strozzi, F. ; — Tasso, T. ; — Urbino, Dukes 
of; — Vespucci, A. ; — Vico, G. B. ; — Victor Emman- 
uel ; — also Bevilacqua family ; — also the names of 
cities. For lives of artists see Art (p. 1540, 41), and 
for lives of authors see Literature : History (p. 1547). 

Commerce. 

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navigation with the King of Italy, signed at 
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- Lawrence, T. B. Commercial report as consul gen- 

eral for Italy. {In his MEMORiAiiS. 1869.) 

Costume. 

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[with descr.] by E. Reeve. Lond., [184-]. f°. 

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Description. 

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don, Murray, 1868. 12". 
See also Abruzzi ; — Adige ; — Adriatic ; — Albano ; 
—Alps ; — Ancona ; — Baldo, Monte ; — Bergamo ; — Bo- 
logna ; — Brescia ; — Calabria ; — Campania ; — Campi ; 

— Capua ; — Cents, Mont ; — Cesena ; — Chetumno 
River ; — Chiana ; — Chiari ; — Chieti ; — Civita Nuova ; 

— Como; — Corsica; — Cortona; — Elba; — Etra- 
ria ; — Ferrara ; — Florence ; — Friuli ; — Genoa ; — 
Ischia ; — Lago Maggiore ; — Lipari Islands ; — Lom- 
bardy ; — Malta ; — Massa ; — Mentone ; — Milan ; — 
Modena ; — Monaco ; — Naples ; — Nice ; — Padua ; — 
Piacenza ; — Piedmont ; — Pisa ; — Pompeii ; — Poz- 
zuoli ; — Prseneste ; — Reggio ; — Rome ; — Salerno ; 

— Sardinia ; — Savoy ; — Sicily ; — Siena ; — Subiaco ; 

— Syracuse, City of ; — Turin ; — Tuscany ; — Umbria ; 

— tTrbino ; — Venice ; — Verona ; — Vesuvius ; — 
a^so Revue d. D. Mondes, table gen., p. 451; — a^so 
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- - Carte du theatre de la guerre en Italic et dans 

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- Italy. {In his general map of Germany, etc. 1800.) 

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- Overradt, p. Italia. Coloniae, 1598. (E 78, no. 190a) 

- Tardieu, p. a. F. Carte des routes de postes 

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Ecclesiastical history . 

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— Arnaldo da Brescia ; — Augustinus, A .. St. ; — Car- 
acciolo, II. ; — Caterina Fieschi, St. ; — Dolcino, Fra ; 

— Franceaco d'Assisi, >S^ ; — Gonzaga, Padre L. ; — 
Paleario, A.; — Querini, A. M.; — Ricci, S. de; — 
Sarpi, V. (or FraPaolo); — Savonarola, G. M. F. M. ; — 
of the Cardinals Bentivoglio, G. ; — Mezzofanti, 
O. G. ; _ Pacca, B. ; — and the Popes Alexander vii. ; 

— Gregory vii. ; — Leo x. ; — Paul v. ; —Pius v. ; —Pius 
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also Catholic Church ; — Waldenses. 

Education. 

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— Arezzo ; — Bari ; — Basaano ; — Benevento ; — Ber- 
gamo ; — Bologna ; — Brescia ; — Calabria ; — Campa- 
nia ; — Capua ; — Caasino ; — Cava ; — Cesena ; — Chi- 
uai ; — Como ; — Corsica ; — Cortona ; — Cremona ; — 
Cuneo ; — Etruria ; — Farfa ; — Ferrara ; — Florence ; 

— Foglino ; — Fontanabona ; — Friuli ; — Genoa ; — 
Leghorn ; — Lodi; — Lombardy ; — Lucca ; — Magna 
Grjecia ; — Malta ; — Milan ; — Modena ; — Monaco ; 

— Naplea; — Nola; — Padua; — Palermo; — Pied- 
mont ; — Pisa ; — Pistoia ; — Placentia ; — Pompeii ; 

— Reggio ; — Rome ; — Salerno ; — San Germane ; — 
San Marino ; — Sardinia ; — Savoy ; — Sicily ; — 
Sienna ; — Subiaco ; — Syracuse ; — Taranto ; — Ti- 
voli ; — Turin ; — Tuscany ; — Two Sicilies ; — Um- 
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Inscriptions. 
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Conversation. 

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Martinelli, J. Nuovo-dizionario portatile, 

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Florence. Accademia della Crusca. Vo- 

cabulario. Verona, 1804-06. 7 v. 4°. 
Mambelli. M. {pseud, il Cinonio). Osserv. 

della lingua italiana. Milano, 1809-13. 4 v. 8". 
NICCOLINI, G. B. Considerazioni int. ad alcune cor- 

rezioni proposte da V. Monti al vocabolario dell' 

accademia della Crusca. {In his Opere, v. 3. 1858.) 
LissoNi, A. Frasologia ital. 2a ed. ridotta in 

dizionario gram. Milano, 1835-39. 3 v. 8". 
See also Bergamo ; — Sicily ; — also Synonyms. 
Exercises. 

— BoTTARELLi, F. Ex. with ref. to Veneroni's 

gram. 9th ed. by G. Heaven. Lond., 1829. 12". 

— Graglia, G. A. Exercises on the Italian lan- 

guage. 2d ed. London, 1808. 12". 

— Ollendorf, H. G. New method of learning 

Italian. London, 1846. 8". 

Key ; ed. by F. Forresti. N. Y., 1849. 12". 

Grammars. 

— Bachi, P. Grammar of Italian. Bost., 1829. 12°. 
Same. New ed. Boston, 1838. 12". 

Rudiments of Italian. Boston, 1832. sq. 16". 

• — Baretti, G. {In his Introd. to European lang. 1772.) 

— Blandi, S. Grammatica italiana. [Nelle liiigue 

ital. e greca.] 'l^verijjaiv, 1803. 8". 
Same. Ed. 5a. 'Ev BeveTia, 1816. 8". 

— Cerutti, a. Abridgment of the new Italian 

grammar. London, 1835. 12". 

— CoRTiCELLi, S. Regoleed osserv. della lingua 

toscana. 2a ed. Bologna, 1754. 8". 



Epitome of the grammar. London, 1767. 8°. (B 1913) 
FioRiLLi, — . Italian taught in ten lessons. 

Paris and Leips., 1825. 12". 
Latino, F., awe? Nerio, N. Janua grammaticse 

pro lingua Lat. et Ital. Hac ult.ed.correcta. 

RomjB. 1844. 8". 
Nannucci, V. Prospetto generale di tutti i 

verbi anomali e difettivi. Firenze, 1853. 8°. 
Rl'SCA, p. Tableaux elementaires des declinaisons 

et conjugaieons. Lyons, 1810. 4". (A 19) 
Surault, F. M. J. Easy grammar of Italian. 

Camb., 1835. 12". 
Veneroni, G. Le maitre italien. [En fr. et 

en ital.] Nouv. ed. Paris, 1745. 12". 
Venieri, D. Compendio di grammatica in 

dialetto grego volgare, con la traduz. ital. 

Trieste, 1799. 4". 

History. 
Bembo. p. Delia volgar lingua. {Di his Opere, v. 10- 

12. 1810.) 
Buommattei, B. Della lingua toscana nello 

studio pisano e fiorentino. Milano, Soc. 

Tipoff. Class. Ital., 1807. 2 v. 8". 
Dante, A. De vulgare eloquio sive idiomate, {In his 

Opere, v. 6. 1841.) 

- Italian. Delia volgare eloquenza; tr. da G. G. Tris- 

sino. (7ra Dante, i^. Opere, v. 4. 1830.) 
Denina, G. M. C. Sur I'originedela langueitalienne. 

{In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abh.. 1795.) — Comment 

la langue espagnole et la portugaise different de 

I'italienne. {In 1796.) 
Giambullari, p. F. II Gello ; [della prima 

origine della toscana, partic. della lingua fio- 

rentina]. Fiorenza, 1546. 4". 
Muratori, L. a. De origine linguae Italicae. {In his 

Antiq. Ital., v. 2. 1739.) 
Nannucci, V. Vocie locuzioni ital. derivate 

dalla lingua provenzale. Firenze, 1840. 8". 

UTames. 
Ferrari, C. E. Vocabolario de' nomi propri sustan- 
tivi tanto d'uomini che di femmine. — Miizzi, L. 
Vocabolario degli adiettivi propri. {In Costa, P. 
Diz. della ling, ital., v. 7. 1826.) 

Orthography. 
Gracich, D. Nuovo compendio di ortographia 
e specialm. delle voci che raddoppiano le 
lettere. Firenze, 1833. 16". 

Prosody. 
Marengo. V. Sopra la prosodia metrica italiana. {In 
Turin. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 21. 1831.) 

Synonyms. 
ToMMASEO, N. Nuovo dizionario dei sinonimi. 
4a ed. Milano, 1858-59. 2 v. 8". 

Miscellaneous tcorks. 
Paroletti, M. Tie caractere et I'etude [de] I'ital. et 
la fran?. {In Turin. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 19, 1811.) 
Salviati, L. Degli avvertimenti della lingua sopra'l 

Decamerone. {In his Opere, v. 2-4, 1809-10,) 
See also Bible (p, 270, 283). 

Law. 

Baudi di Vesme. C, and Fossati. S. Vicendc della 
proprieta in Italia dalla cadutadell' Imperio Romano 
fino alio stabilimento dei feudi, {In Turin, Ac. d. 
Sci. Mem., v. 39. 1836,) 

BowYER, G. Statutes of the cities of Italy ; 
with the pleading of Farinacio in defence of 
Beatrice Cenci. London, 1838. 8". 

Libraries. 
Bltjme, F. Bibliotheca librorum mss. Italica ; 
indices bibliothecarum in supl. 'Itineris*. 
Gottingoc, 1834. 8". 

- Iter Italicum ; Archive, Bibliotheken, und 

Inschriften. Berlin, 1824-30. 3 v. 8". 



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Literature. 
Bibliography. 

— Argellati, F. Bibliotheca degli volgarizza- 

tori o sia notizia dall' opere volgarizzate 
d'autore che sciissero in lingue morte prima 
del sec. xv. Milano, 1767. 4 v. 4°. 

— AuDiFFREDi, G. B. Specimen hist.-crit. edit. 

Ital. saee.xv. Ilomse, 1794. 4° 

— Bandini, a. M. Catalogus codd. Italicorum 

biblioth. Mediceaj Lauren tinse, Gaddianse, 
et Sancta? Crucis. [Tom. v. Ital. scriptores 
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— Baretti, G. Italian library ; lives and works 

of Italian authors. London, 1757. 8°. 

— Berte, a. p. Catalogo de' libri del fu mar- 

chese Gapponi. Roma, 1747. 4°. 

— BiELioTHEQUE italiquc, ou Hist. lit. de I'ltalie, 

1729-34. Tome 4-8, 10, 12, 14-18. Geneve, 
1729-34. 12 V. 8°. 

— Blume, F. See Libraries (p. 1546). 

— CiAMPi, S. Bibliographia critica delle antiche 

corrispondenze dell' I. colla llussia, ed altre 
parti settentrionali. Firenze, 1834-42. 3 v. 8°. 

— FoNTANiNi, G. Biblioteca dell' eloquenza ital- 

iana. Parma, 1803-04. 2 v. 4°. 

— Fusi, F. Bibliografia od elenco ragionato delle 

opere cont. nella coll. de' class, ital. Milano, 
Soc. Tipog. de' Class. Ital., 1814. 8". 

— Gallarini, G. Catalogo delle opere antiche e 

moderne. Parte la. [Roma,] 1856. 8**. 

— Gamba, B. Indicemanuale tratto dal 'Serie de' 

testi'. Milano, 1812. 16°. 

Serie dei testi di lingua e di altre opere scritte 

dal sec. xiv al xix. 4a ed. Venezia, 1839. 8°. 

— Haym, N. F. Biblioteca ital. ossia notizia de 

libri rariital. Ed. ampl. Milano, 1803. 4 v. 8° 

— Indice delle ediz. citate dagli Accad. della 

Cruscanelloro vocabulario. Lucca, 1835. 32''. 

— Mazzuchelli, G. See Literature : nistory. 

— MoRTARA, conte A. Biblioteca italica, libri 

posseduti dal conte Mortara, ora [nella] Bib- 
lioteca Bodleiana. Oxford, 1852. 8". 

— PiATTi, G. Catalogo dei libri latini. Firenze, 

1838. 8°. 

— PoGGiALi, G. Serie de' testi di lingua. Li- 

vorno, 1813. 2 v. 8°. 

{Anonyms and pseudonyms.) 

— Melzi, G. Dizionario di opere anonime e 

pseudonime. Milano, 1848-59. 3 v. 8**. 
Bibliographical periodicals. 

— Annuario bibliografico italiano. Anno 1,2; 

1863-64. Torino, 1864-65. 2 v. %". 

— GioRNALE arcadico di scienze, lettere, ed arti. 

Vol. 1-212. Gen. 1819- apr. 1868. Roma, 
1819-71. 212 V. 8". 

— GioRNALE de' letterati d'ltalia, [di A. e di P.C. 

Zeno]. Venezia, 1710-33. 38 v. in 42. 12**. 

— GioRNALE generale della bibliografia ital., 1861- 

65 ; [diG. Molini]. Firenze, 1861-65. 5 v. 8°. 
See also Asti ; — Bologna ; — Ferrara ; — Florence ; 

— Milan ; — Modena ; — Naples ; — Nice ; — Parma ; 

— Perugia; — Piedmont ; — Ravenna ; — Rome ; — 
Savoy ; — Tuscany ; — Venice ; — also Ariosto ; — 
Dante. 

History (including lives of authors and scientific men). 

— BouTERWEK. F. Gesch. der ital. Poesie und Beredsam- 

keit. {In his Gesch. der Poesie, v. 1, 2. 1801-02.) 

— BuRCKHARDT, J. Die Cultur der Renaissance 

in Italien. Basel, 1860. S". 

— Crescimbeni, G. M. Le vite degli Arcadi il- 

lustri. Roma, 1708-14. 3 v. 4". 



- Fabroni, a. Vitse Italorum doctrina excellen- 

tium. Vol. 1-18. Pisis, 1778-99 ; V. 19, 20. 
Lucae, 1804-05. 20 v. 8°. 

- Forsyth, J. Antiquities, arts, and letters in 

Italy. London, 1813. 8°. 

- Gaeeani Napione di Cocconato, G. F., conte. 

Kistaurazione delle scienze di stato seguita in Italia 
cn-ca le meta del secolo [15671. {In Turin. Ac d 
Sci. Mem., v, 35. 1831.) 

- GiNGUENE, p. L. Hist. lit. d'ltalie; (v. 10) 

contin.par F. Salvi. Paris, 1812-23. 10 v. S**. 

- GioBERTi, V. Pensieri e giudizi ; rac. da F. 

Ugolini. Firenze, 1859. 16°. 

- Goethe, J. W. von. Italiiinisdie Literatur; TRecen. 

sionen]. {fn his Siimrat. Werke, v. 5. 1855.) 

- Greene, G. W. Historical romance in Italy. — Ital- 

ian literature. 1800-50, {In his Hist, studies. 1850.) 

- Greswell, W. p. Memoirs [with] transla- 

tions ; and notes and observations cone, lit- 
erary characters of the 15th and 16th centu- 
ries. 2d ed. Manchester, 1805. 8**. 

- Haleam. a. H. Oration on the influence of Italian 

works of imagination on the same class of compo- 
sitions in Eng. {hi his Remains. 1862.) 

- LoMBARDi, A. Storia della letteratura italiana 

nel sec. xviii. Modena, 1827-30. 4 v. 8". 

- Mazzini.J. Ital. lit. since 1830. (7?i A/s Life, v. 2. 1865.) 

- Mazzuchelli, G. Scrittori d'ltalia, [A-B].* 

Brescia, 1753-63. 2 v. in 6 pts. f. 

- Mills, C. Travels [fictitious] of Theodore 

Ducas at the revival of letters and art. Part 
1. London, 1822. 2 v. 8°. 

- Montgomery, J., and others. Eminent liter- 

ary and scientific men of Italy, etc. Lon- 
don, 1835-37. 3 V. 16°. (Lardner. Cab. eye.) 

- MURATORI, L. A. De literarum statu, neglcctu. et 

cultura in Italia post barbaros in earn invectos 
usque ad 1100. — De literarum fortuna in Italia 
post 1100. et de academiarum sive gvmnasiorum erec- 
tione. {M his Antiq. Ital., v. 3, 1740.) 

- Nannucci, v. See Collections. 

- OzANAM, A. F. Documens ined. pour servir a 

I'hist.lit. del'L, 7e-13e [si6c.]. Par.,1850. 8". 

- Perrens, F. T, [Various articles on modern Italian 

lit,] {In Revue d. D. Mondes, nov. 1854 -jan, 1866,) 

- Roux, A. Histoire de la litterature italienne 

contemporaine. Paris, 1870. 16*'. 

- SiMONDE DE SiSMONDi, J. C. L. {In his Lit. du midi 

de I'Europe, 1829.) 

- Tasso, T, La cavaletta, ovvero della poesie toscana. 

{In his Opere, v. 7. 1822.) 

- Vannucci, a. Delia letterature italiana nel corrente 

secolo. (/» Archivio stor.. U.S., V, 2. 1855.) 

- ViEussEux, A, Treatise on modern Italian literature. 

{In his Italy and the Italians, 1824.) 

- ZiRARDiNi, G. L'ltalia letteraria ed artistica ; 

100 ritratti, con cenni stor. Parigi, 1850. 8®. 

See aUo Alfieri, V. : —Ariosto, L.; — Azeglio. M. T., 
march, d' ; — Balbo, C. ; — Boccaccio, G. ; —Bruno, G. ; 
— Cardano, G.;— Cerutti, A. ; — Chiabrera, G. ; — 
Colonna, V. ; — Dante Alighieri ; — Davila. A. C. : — 
Foscolo, N. U.; — Galilei, G.; - Giusti. G.: — Gol- 
doni, C. ; — Macchiavelli, N. ; — Metastasio, P. ; — Mez- 
zofanti, G. G.; — Parini, G.; — Pellico, 8.; — Pe- 
trarca, F. ; — Pico, G. ; — Poggio-Bracciolini, G. F. ; — 
Sannazaro, G. ; — Socino, F. ; — Tasso, T. ; — Vico, G, ; — 

also Liguria; — Padua; — Piacenza; —Rome, Ac- 
cad. degli Arcadi ; — Sicily ; — Venice ; — Vercelli. 
Note. A. Zeno's Lettere. 1097-17.50. contain 
many notices of the literary history of his time. 

Collections. 

- Bachi, p. Scelta di prose italiane. Camb., 

1828. 12° 

- Fabbrucci, F. Tesoretto d'autori classici ital- 

iani. 2a ed. Berlino, 1865. 8°. 
■ Greswell, W. p. See IliMorii. 

- Nannucci, V. Manuale della letteratura del 

lo sec. della ling. ital. 2aed. Fir., 1856-58. 
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— Prose italiane. Milano, Soc. Tip. de' Class. 

ItaL, 1808-09. 3 v. 8°. 

— Raccolta di prose ital. Milano, Soc. Tip. de 

Class. Ital., 1808-09. 3 v. 8°. 

— SCRITTORI class ital. See Pol. econ. (p. 1549). 

See also Florence {Literature). 
Note. The Library has separate works by Alberti, 
L. B. ; — Boccaccio, G. ; — Boccalini, T. ; — Casa, Gr. 
dclla ; — Castiglione, B. ; — Curci, C. M. ; — Danti, A. ; 
— Davanzati, B. ; — Gioberti, V. ; — Giusti, G. ; — 
Gravina, G. V. ; — Guarini, B. ; — Guicciardini, F. ; — 
Leopardi, G. ;— Mabil, L.; — Macchiavelli, N.; — 
Malvezzi, V. ; — Manzoni, A. ; — Metastasio, P. ; — 
Pandolfini, A. ; — Parini, G. ; — Pindemonte, I. ; — 
Poggio Bracciolini, G. F. ; — Redi, F. ; — Rossi, Q. ; — 
Sannazaro, G. ; — Soderini, G. V. ; — Speroni, S.; — 
Tasso, T. ; — Vettori, P. 

Ballads. 

— GiRONi, R. Eaccolta di lirici ital. Milano, 

Soc. Tip. de' Class. Ital., 1808. 8°. 

— Gregorio, R. di. Ital. Lieder des Hohenstau- 

fischen Hofes in Sicilien. Stuttg., 1843. 8°. 

— Marcoaldi, O. Canti popular! inediti umbri, 

ligiiri, piceni, piemontesi, latini. Geneva, 
1855. 12°. 

— Rathery, E. J. B. Les chants populaires de I'ltalie 

nioderne. {In Revue d. D. Mondes, mars 1862.) 

— ToMMASEO, N. Canti populari toseani, corsi, 

illirici, greci. Venezia, 1841-42. 4 v. 8°. 
See also Florence ; — Tuscany. 
Dialogues. 
See Bembo, P. ; — Bertussi, G. ; — Bruno, G. ; — 
Croce, G. C. ; — Doni, A. F. ; — Leopardi, G. ; — Sal- 
viati, L. ; — Tasso, T. 

Drama. {Bibliography.) 

— Ferrario, G. Catalogo ragionato di commedie rusti- 

cale. {In Teatro ital. ant., v. 10, 1812.) 

Drama. {History.) 

— Arteaga, S. Rivoluzioni del teatro musicale 

ital. 2a ed. Venezia, 1785. 3 v. 8° 

— Ebert, a. Die altesten ital. Mysterien. {In Jahr- 

buch fiir reman. Lit., v. 5. 1864.) 

See also Revue d. D. Mondes, table gen., p. 425. 
Drama. { Collections. ) 

— Bachi, p. Teatro scelto ital. Camb., 1829. 12°. 

— Italian comedies. N. Y. and Phila., 1849. 8°. 

— Raccolta di tragedie scritte nel secolo xviii. 

Milano, Soc. Tip.de' Class. Ital., 1825. 2 v. 8°. 

— Teatro ital. antico. Milano, Soc. Tip. de' Class. 

Ital., 1808-12. 10 v. 8°. 
Note. The Library has also plays by Alfieri, V. ; — 
Ariosto, L. ; — Baldwin, G. ; — Bianchi, A; ; — Bon- 
arelli, C. G. de' ; — Bruno, G. ; — Caati, G. B. ; — Fi- 
orillo, S. ; — Firenzuola, A. ; — Foscolo, U. ; — Gen- 
oino, (t. ; — Giraud, G. ; — Goldoni, C. ; — Gozzi, C. ; — 
Guarini, G. B. ; — Macchiavelli, jST. ; — Manzoni, A. ;— 
Metastasio, P. ; — Miani, V. ; — Monti, V. ; — Nicco- 
lini, G. H. ; — Nota, A. ; — Pellico, S. ; — Pindemonte, 
I. ; — Polidori, G. ; — Romani, F. ; — Salviati, L. ; — 
Speroni, S. ; — Tasso, T. ; — Ventignano, della Valle, 
duca di ; — Zeno, A. 

Fables. 

See Fables (Bachi, Capaccio, Casti, Raccolta). 

p. 953, 954. 

Fiction. {Bibliography.) 

— Gamba, B. Delle novelle ital. in prosa biblio- 

grafia. 2a ed. Firenze, 1835. 8°. 

— Melzi, G. Bibliografia dei romanzi e poemi 

romanzeschi d' Italia. Milano, 1829. 8°. 
(Vol. 4 of Ferrario, G. Storia.) 

Same. 2a ed. Milano, 1838. 8°. 

Fiction. {Collections.) 

— Brofferio, a. Tradizioni italiani. Torino, 

1847-50. 4 v. 8°. 

— Greene, N. Tales and sketches ; tr. Boston, 

1843. 12°. 



— Raccolta di novelle ital. Milano, Soc. Tip.de' 

Class. Ital., 1804-10. 3 v. 8°. 

— Roscoe, T. Ital. novelists. Lond., 1825. 4 v. 8°. 

Note. The Library has also works by Azeglio, M. d' ; 
— Balbo, C. ; — Bandello, M. ; — Boccaccio, G. ; — 
Boccalini, T. ; — Cantu, C. ; — Carcano, G. ; — Castig- 
lione, B. ; — Firenzuola, A. ; — Gallenga, A. ; — Gari- 
baldi, G. ; — Giovanni Jiore7iti7io ; — Giraldi, G. B. ; — 
Gozzi, C. ; — Grossi, T. ; — Guerrazzi, F. D. ; — Levati, 
A. ; — Malespini, C. ; — Manzoni, A. ; — Rosini, G. ; — 
Sacchetti, F. ; — Seriman, Z. ; — Soave, F. ; — Usiglio, 
A.; — Verri, A. See also Ferrario under Poetry, 
below. 

Humor, Burlesques, Travesties, etc. 
See Berni, F. ; — Croce, G. C. ; — Lalli, G. B. ; — 
Lippi, L. ; — Loredano, G. F. ; — Pulci, L, 

Letters. 

— Dati. C. R., ed. Lettere. {In Ids Prose fior., pt, 5, 

v. 1. 1754.) 

— Fabroni, A. Lettere inedite di uomini illustri. 

Firenze, 1773-75. 2 v. 8°. 

— Raccolta di prose e lettere scritte nel secolo 

xviii., v. 2, 3 : Lettere familiari, v. 1, 2. Mi- 
lano, Soc. Tip. de' Class. Ital., 1830. 2 v. 8°. 
See also Ariosto, L. ; — Balbo, C. ; — Bembo, P. ; — 
Bianconi, G. L. ; — Boccaccio, G. ; — Caro, A. ; — Casa, 
G. della; — Chiabrera, G.; — Costantini, G. A.; — 
Dante Alighieri ; — Foscolo, U. ; — Gabrielli, A.; — 
Gioberti, V. ; — Giusti, G. ; — Guicciardini, F. ; — Lo- 
redano, G. F. ; — Macchiavelli, N. ; — Manutio, P. ; — 
Manzoni, A. ; — Parini, G. ; — Redi, F. ; — Speroni, S. ; 
— Tasso, T. ; — Zeno, A. 

Oratory. 

— Dati, C. R., ed. Orazione. {In his Prose fior., pt. 1, 

V. 1-5; 2, v. 6; 5, v. 1. 1751-54.) 

See Badoaro, P. ; — Casa, G. della; — Salviatif 
L.; — Speroni, S. 

Periodicals. • 
Note. The Italian periodicals in the Library, in - 
eluding newspapers, are : — 
Annuario bibliografico italiano. a. 1863, 64. Torino, 

1864-65. 2 V. 8". 
Axchivio storico italiano. 3 ser. and app. Firenze, 
1842-74. 63 v. 8°. 
Indice. Firenze, 1857-74. 2 v. 8°. 
Galleria di Minerva, m. Venetia, 1696-97. 2 v. f. 
Giornali arcadieo di scienze, lettere ed. arti. q., b.m. 

Gen. 1819-apr. 1868. Roma, 1819-71. 212 v. 8°. 
Giornale de' letterati d'ltalia. q. Venezia, 1710-33. 38 v. 

in 42. 12°. 
Giornale generale della bibliografia italiana. m. 1861- 

65. Firenze, 1861-65. 5 v. 8°. 
Giornale storico degli archivi toseani. q. Gen. 1857 - 

marzo 1862. Firenze, 1857-62. 6 v. 8". 
Memorie romane di antichita e di belle arti. a.? Vol. 1- 

3. Roma, v. 4, Pesaro, 1824-27. 4 v. 8°. 
Nazione, La. d. Firenze, 1861-64. 8 v. f». 
Opinione, L'. d. 1861-71. Torino, 1861-65, Firenze, 
11 V. 1866-71. f° 

j8®= a., annually; b.m., bi-monthly; d., daily; 
q., quarterly; m., monthly. 

Poetry. {History.) 
^— Crescimbeni, G.M. Istoria della volgar poesia. 
Impress. 3a accresc. Venez., 1731, 30. 6 v. 4°. 

— Ferrario, G. Storia ed analisi degli romanzi 

di cavalleria e dei poemi romanzeschi. Mi- 
lano, 1828-29. 4 V. 8°. 

— Guasti, C. I primi poeti ital. nuovamente scopertl. 

{In Archivio stor. ital., ser. 3, v. 7, pt. 1. 1868.) 

— Macaulay, T. B. Criticism on the principal Ital. wri- 

ters, Dante, Petrarch. {In his Miscel. v. 1. 1860.) 

— Melzi, G. See Fiction. 

— Merain, J. B. Origine de la poesie ital. {In S6rieys, 

A. Bibl. acad., V.9. 1811.) 

— MuRATORi, L. A. Delia perfetta poesia ital. ; 

con. annot. [di] Salvini. Ven., 1724. 2 v. 4°. 

De rhytmicaveterum poesi et origine Ital. poeseos. 

{In his Antiq. Ital., v. 3. 1740.) 

— Panizzi, a. Essay on the romantic narrative poetry 

of the Italians. {In Bojardo, M. M. Orlando. 1830.) 

— Ranke, F. L. von. Zur Geschichte der ital. Poesie. 

{In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abb., 1835, H. 2.) 

See also Poets laureate ; — Piedmont ; — also 
Revue d. D. Mondes, table gen., p. 452. 



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Poetry. {Collections.) 

- Ferrario, G. Poesie pastoral! e rusticali. 

Milano, Soc. Tip. de' Class. ItaL, 1808. 8° 

- GiRONi, R. Raccolta di lirici. Mil., 1808. 8**. 

- Hunt, J. H. L. Stories from Italian poets. 

New York, 1846. 12° 

- PoEMATA Italorum qui sec. xvi. Lat. scrips. See 

Latin literature {Modern). 

- Poesie di diversi autori. Londra, 1782. 12'*. 

- PoETi e poetesse ital. contemporanei. Parigi, 

1843. 8°. 

- RossETTi, D. G. Early Italian poets, from 

Ciullo d'Alcamo to Dante. Lond., 1861. 8". 

- Saggio di rime di diversi autori dal xiv. fino al 

XVIII. see. Firenze, 1825. 8°. 

- TauccHi, F. Poesie ital. inedite, infino al see. 

XVII. Prato, 1846-47. 4 v. 8"*. 
See also Venice. 
I^ote. Tiie Library has also works by Achillini, C. ; 

— Alamanni, L. ; — Alfieri, V. ; — Alviae, Q. ; — Ari- 
osto, L. ; — Bada, G. ; — Bartolomei, G. ; — Bembo, P. ; 

— Benivieni, G. ; — Berni, F. ; — Boccaccio, G. ; — Bo- 
jardo, M. M. ; — Buonarroti, M. A. ; — Burchiello, D. ; 

— Caravia, A. ; — Caro, A. ; — Casti, G. B. ; — Castig- 
lione, B. ; — Chiabrera, G. ; — Cino da Pistoja G. de' 
S. ; — Cordara, G. C; — Cortese, G. C; — Dante Ali- 
ghieri ; — Filicaia, V. da;— Firenzuola, A.; — Fo- 
lengo, T.; — Fortiguerra, N. ; — Francesco d' Assist, 
St.; — Genoino, G.; — Giraud, G. ; — Giusti, G.; — 
Gozzi, C. ; — Guarini, B. ; — Jacopone da Todi, B. ; — 
Lalli, G. B. ; — Lanotte, G. ; — Latini, B. ; — Leopardi, 
G. ; — Lippi, L. ; — Lodovici, F. ; — Maffei, F. ; ^- 
Manzoni, A. ;— Marino, G. B. ; — Masini, V. ; — Meli, 
G. ; — Menzini, B. ; — Metastasio, P. ; — Molza, F. M. ; 

— Pananti, F. ; — Pancetti, C. ; — Parini, G. ; — Pa- 
terno, L. ; — Petrarca, F, ; — Petronj, S. E. ; — Pinde- 
monte, I. ; — Poerio, A. ; — Poggiolini, K. ; — Poliziano, 
A. A. ; — Preti, G. ; — Pulci, L. ; — Redi, II. ; — Rosa, 
S. ; — Rucellai, G. ; — Saccenti, G. S. ; — Sacchetti, 
F. ; — Sannazaro, G. ; — Savonarola, I. ; — Sega, G. ; 

— Silva, L. ; — Strozzi, G. ; — Tansillo, L. ; — Tasso, 
B. ; — Tasso, T. ; — Tassoni, A. ; — Tommaseo, N. ; — 
Trissino, G. G. ; — Uberti, F. degli ; — Valvassone, 
E. de; — Vico, G. B. ; — Zappi, G. B. F. and F. M. ; 

— and some other writers whose works may be found 
in the present list of books about Italy (pp. 1540-50). 

Satire. 

- Raccolta di poesie satiriche. Milano, 8oc. Tip. 

de' Class. Ital., 1808. S". 
See also Menzini, B. 

Medicine. 

- Valentin, L. Voyage medical en Italic, 1820. 

Nancy, 1822. 8°. 

Mints a7id Mo7iei/. 

■ CORDERO DI S. QuiNTiNO, G. Sopra argomenti spet- 
tanti a raonete coniate in Italia nei sec. xiv. e xvii. 
{In Turin. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., ser. 2, v. 10. 1849.) 

- Galeani Napione di Cocconato, G. F. Del regale 

della zecca in Italia nei secoli x. e xi. {In Turin. 
Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 33. 1829.) — Gazzera, C. Int. 
alle zecche e ad alcune rare monela degli antichi 
di marchesi Ceva, d'incisa, e del carretto. {In v. 37.) 

Music. 

- Beyle, M. H. Present state of music in Italy. {In 

his Vies de Haydn, etc. 1854; and Eng. 1818.) 
See also Opera; — also Malibran, Mme. ; — Pales- 

trina, G. ; — Rossini ; — also Drama {History), p. 1548. 
Note. For articles on Italian music and musicians in 

the Revue d. D. Mondes see its Table gen., p. 453. 

Names. 

- Reinsberg-Diiertngsfeld, I. von. Die Namen und 

Beinamen der Stadte Italiens. {In Jahrbuch fiir 
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National character and social life. 

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[with descr.] by E. Reeve. Lond., [184-]. f". 

- Baretti, G. Account of the manners and 

customs of Italy. London, 1768. 2 v. 8°. 



- Denina, G. M. C. Essai sur les traces ancien. 

du caractere des Ital. mod., des Siciliens, des 
Sardes, et des Corses. Paris, 1807. 8". 
IVote. From Berlin. Ac. d. Wiss. Abh., 1795. 

- Ritchie, A. C. M. Italian life and legends. 

New York, 1870. 12°. 

- Turnbull, R. Genius of Italy ; sketches of 

Ital. life. 3d ed. New York, 1852. 12° 
See also Description (pp. 1542, 43). 
Natural history. 

- FoRTis, A. Histoire naturelle de I'ltalie. 

Paris, 1802. 2 v. 8°. 

- Ray, J. Catalogus stirpium, etc. {In his Journey 

through the Low Countries. 1673.) 
See also Apennines. 

Numismatics. 
See Mints (previous column). 

Philosophy. 

- Ferrari, J. La philosophic catholique en I. {In 

Revue d. D. Mondes, mars, mai, juin 1844.) 

- Ferri, L. Essai sur I'histoire de la philosophic 

en Italic an 19e siecle. Paris, 1869. 2 v. 8°. 
N^ote. In v. 2 is a 'Bibliographic de la philoso- 
phic en Italic au 19e siecle'. 

- Mariano, R. La philosophic contemporaine 

en Italic. Paris, 1868. 18°. 
See also Alberti, L. B. ; — Bruno, G. ; — Dante Ali- 
ghieri ; — Gioberti, V. ; — Leopardi, G., conte; — Ma- 
miani, T. ; — Miceli, V. ; — Pieraccini, L. ; — Tliomas 
Aquinas, St. : — Vico, G. 

Political economy. 
• CiBRARio, G. A. L. Conditions economiques 
de ritalie au temps de Dante; tr. de C. dela 
Varenne. Paris, 1865. 12°. 

- ScRiTTORi classici italiani di economia politica. 

Milano, 1803-16. 50 v. 8°. 

Politics. 

■ GuicciARDiNi, F. Discorsi politic), [1507-29]. {In 

his Opere ined., v. 1. 1857.) 

- MONTGAILLARD, G. H. M. dc. Du retablisscmcnt du 

roy.d'Italie sous Napoleon. Paris, 1809. 8". (B694) 

- Gioberti, V. Del primato morale y civile 

degli Ital., [1842]. Losanna, 1845-46. 3 v. 8°. 

■ AzEGLio, M. T., marchese d'. L'ltalie, 1847- 

1865 ; correspondance polit. Paris, 1867. 8°. 

■ Gr. Brit. Pari. Correspondence, fr. the sig- 

nature of the prelim, of Villafranca to the 
postponement of the congress ; pt. 2-5, 7-9 ; 
[and] pt. 6 : Further corr. Lond., 1860-61. f°. 

- CoBBE, Miss F. P. Italics ; notes on politics, 

people, and places in I., 1864. Lond .,1864. 8°. 

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(p. 1546). 
See also Macchiavelli, N. For a list of articles la 
the Revue d. D. Mondes see its Table gen., p. 460. 

Priso7is. 
See Turin. 

Proverbs. 

■ FiACCHi, L. Dei proverbi toscani lezione ; eon 

la dichiarazione de' proverbi di G. M. Cecchi. 
2a ed. aum. di molti pezzi tratti dalle com- 
niedie del Cecchi. Firenze, 1820. 8°. 

Giusti, G. Raccolta di proverbi toscani. Fi- 
renze, 1853. 12". 

Reffisters. 

Calendario generale pe' 11. Stati di Sardegna, 
1824-60. Torino, 1824-60. 37 v. 8°. 
Continued as 

Calendario generale del regno d'ltalia, 1862- 
64, 67-74. Torino, 1862-74. 11 v. 8°. 



ITALY (Science) 



1550 



IZARN 



Science. 

— RlUNIONI DEGLI SciENZIATI ItALIANI. Atti. 

Pisa, etc., 1840-47. 9 v. 4<'. 

— LiBRi Carrucci della Sommaia, G. B. I. T. 

Histoire des sciences mathematiques en Italie, 
[13e-] 17e si^cle. Paris, 1838-41. 4 v. 8°. 

Miscellaneous. 

— Swinburne, A. C. A song of Italy. London, 

1867. 16". 

Itard, Jean Etienne Marie Gaspard. Traite des 
maladies de I'oreille. Paris, 1821. 2 v. 8". 

— Surgical treatment of deafness. (/?i Dunglison, R. 

Med. and surg. monographs, v. 1. 1838.) 
Iterius, Bernardus. Ur^quigny, L. G. O. F. de. Account of 
ail autographical chronicle of I. (In Paris. Inst. 
Ac. d. Inscr. Accounts of mss., v. 1. 1789.) 
Ithaca, Greece. Gell, VV. Geography and antiq- 
uities of Ithaca. London, 1807. 4*'. 
Ithaca, iS^. r. Eowen, G.F. Itliaca in 1850. 2d 
ed. London, 1851. 8**. 

— Goodwin, H. C. Ithaca as it was, and Ithaca 

as it is. Ithaca, 1803. 8°. 

— Spencer, S. Scenery of I. Ithaca, 1866. 12". 
Ittig {Lat. Ittigius), Thomas. Niceron, J. P. {In his 

Mem., V. 29. 1734.) 
Iturbide, Augustin de, Emp. of Mexico. Political life of I., 
by himself. {In Pamphleteer, 1827; v. 28 of B 838) 

— Gilliam, A. M. (/?i his Travels. 1846.) 

— Proces de I. {In Causes polit. eel., v. 4. 1828.) 
Iturrigaray, Jose. Cancelada, J. L. Conducta 

de I. durante su gobierno en Nueva Espafia. 
Cadiz, 1812. 8". 
Ivanhoe ; by Sir W. Scott. {In his Works, v. 16- 

17. 1829.) 

— Fr. Tr. par A. Dumas. Paris, 1862. 2 v. 18*'. 
Ivanhoe; or, The Jew's daughter; by T. Dibdin. {In Sar- 
gent, E. Mod. stand, dr., v. 40.) 

Ivano, Antonio. De bello Volaterrano a. 1472 a Florentinis 
gesto. {I7i Muratori. Rer. Ital. scr., v. 23. 1733.) 

I've written to Browne; farce. See Williams, J. T. 

Ivernois, Sir Francis or Franc^ois d'. Cursory view 
of the assignats. London, 1795. 8°. 

— Same. Dublin, 1795. 8". (B 684, 1842) 

I^ote. See the title 'Coup d'oeil'. 
. — Appendice aux recettes exterieures, analyse des 
comptes de Pan xii, et du budget de I'an xiii. Lon- 
dres. 1805. 8°. (B 684, 1014) 

— Les cinq promesses. London, 1802. 8°. (B 1402) 

— Coup-d"ceil sur les assignats de la Republique Fran- 

9aise. 3e ed. Londres, 1796. 4". (A9, WSl) 
J^ote. The 'Cursory view' is a trans, of ch. 1. 2 of this, 
and the 'State of the finances' is a trans, of ch. 3 and the 
appendix, which were also pub. as *Etat des finances'. 
J\fote. See the title "Coup d'oeiP. 

— On the downfall of Switzerland, ji.t.p. 8°. (B 594) 

— Effets du blocus continental sur le commerce, etc., des 

Isles Biitanniques. 4eed. Lond., 1810. 8". (B786) 

— Eng. Effects of the continental blockade upon the 

commerce, finances, credit, and prosperity of the 
British Islands; tr. from the 3d French ed.; added, 
Obs. on a late work entitled 'View of the natural 
and commercial circumstances of Ireland, by T. 
Newenham. London, 1810. 8". (B 786) 

— Etat des finances et des ressources de la Repub- 

lique Frangaiseau lerjan. Londres, 1796. 8". 

— Eng. State of finances and resources of the 

French republic. London, 1796. 8°. 

— Other copies. (B 684, 716) 

— Histoire de I'administration des finances de la 

Republique Frangaise. Londres, 1796. 8°. 

— Another copy. (B 684) 

— Immenses preparatifs de guerre en France apres le 

traite d'Amiens. London, 1804. 8". (B 1412) 

— Innocence d'un magistral accuse de vol. Londres. 

1787. 8". (B 684) 

— Napoleon administrateur et financier. Londres, 1812. 

8". (B789) 

— Reflections on the war. London, 1795. 8°. 

— Another copy. (W 27) 

— Same. 2d ed. enl. London, 1796. 8°. (B 684) 



— Revolution fran?. a Geneve; tabl. hist, et pol. de la 

conduite de la France envers les Genevois. 2e ed. 
aug. Londres, 1795. 8". (B 684) 

— Des revolutions de France et de Geneve. Lon- 

dres, oct. 1795. 8°. 
Contents. La revolution frangaise a Geneve. — Lettre 
de M. Chauvet a un habitant du pays de Vaud. — Re- 
flexions sur la guerre. 

— Tableau hist, et pol. de Tadministration de la 

Repub.Fr., 1797. Vol.1. Londres, 1798. 8". 

— Tableau hist, et pol. des pertes que la Rev. et la 

guerre ont causees au peuple fr. Londres, 
1799. 8°. 

— Tableau hist, et pol. des rev. de Geneve, 18e 

siecle. Geneve, 1782. 8". 

Ives, Edward. Voyage from England to India, 
1754; and a narrative of the operations of 
the squadron and army in India, under Wat- 
son and Clive, 1755-57; also journey from 
Persia to Eng., 1758, 59. London, 1773. 4°. 

Ives, Eli. Extracts from an address before the New Haven 
Hist. Soc. at their annual meeting in Oct. FNew 
Haven, 1837.] 8". (B 1814) 

Ives, Levi Silliman, Bp. Trials of a mind in its 
progress to Catholicism. Boston, 1854. 12°. 

— Review of the 'Trials' ; by an ex-clergyman. 

Phila., 1855. 12°. 
Ives, Robert H,, vs. Hazard, C. T. Ames, S. Remarks in 
explanation of his report. Prov., 1859. 8°. (B 1436) 

— Dixon. N. F. Speech, in case of I. Prov., 1859. 8° 

(B 1436) 

— Jenckes. T. a. Speech, in case of I. Prov., 1859. 8» 

(B 1436) 
Ivica. Bellin, J. N. Carte des Isles de Maiorque, Mi- 

norque, et Yvice. Nuremberg, Ti.rf. (E232) 
Ivimey, Joseph. J. Milton, his life and times. 

London, 1833. 8°. 

— Life of J. Eunyan. Boston, 1814. 12". 

Ivo, St., presb. Trecorii. Mauritius Gaufridus. {In Acta 
sanct., v. 17. 1866.) 

Ivors ; by [E. M. Sewell]. N. Y., 1857. 2 v. 12°. 
Ivory. Brun-Neugaard, — . Sur les proprictes 
de I'ivoire. {In Serieys, A. Bibl. acad., v. 12. 1811.) 

— Heyne, C. G. Super veterum ebore eburneisque sig- 

nis. {In Goettingen. Ges.d. Wiss. Comm., 1769-70.) 

— Oldfield, E. Catalogue of select examples of 

ivory carvings. Lond., Arundel Soc, 1835. 4°. 

Same. New ed. {In Wyatt, W. I). Notices of 

sculpture in ivory. 1856.) 

— Quatremere de Quincy, a. C. Le Jupiter 

olympien, et Thist. de la statuaire en or et ivorie 
chez les Grecs et les Romains. Paris, 1815. f° 

— Wyatt, M. D. Notices of sculpture in ivory. 

London, Arundel Soc, 1856. 4°. 
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— Provana, L. G. Notizia di un doc. dell' archivio ves- 

covile d'lvrea, 1094, cone, ad una donazione fatta alia 

chiesa di S. Maria da Umberto figliuolo di Amedeo. 

{In Turin. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., ser. 2., v. 6. 1844.) 
Iwanowna; or, The maid of Moscow; by B. Hof- 

land. New York, 1816. 18° 
Ixion; by B. Disraeli. {In his Novels. 1866.) 
Ixnard, P. Michel d'. Recueil d' architecture. 

Strasbourg, 1791. f° 
Ixtlilxochitl, Fernando de Alva. Cruautes des conquerants 

du Mexique. {In Ternaux-Compans. Voy., v. 8. 

1838.) — Hist, des Chichimeques. {In v. 12,13. 1840.) 

— Historia chichimeca. {In King, R., Earl of Kingston. 

Antiq. of Mexico, v. 9. 1848.) 
Izard, George. Official correspondence with the 

War Dep't. as to military operations on the 

Northern frontier, 1814, 15. Phila., 1816. 8°. 
Izard, Ralph. Correspondence, [1774-1804] ; with 

memoir, [by A. I. Deas]. N. Y., 1844. 12°. 

— Letter addressed to John Lowell, dated Phila.. Oct. 

23, 1782. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc, 1858-60.) 
Izarn, Joseph. Des pierres tombees du ciel ; ob- 
serv. par Pictet, etc. Paris, 1803. 8°. 



1551 



JACKSON 



J., C. Letter to licv. Dr. Auchmutv. America, 1775. 8<*. 

CB 517) 
J., G. I'oetical register. Spe Jacob, Gr. 
J., M. C. Ida Conway. ( fn Eraser's mag., v. 6'2-64. 1860-61.) 
J., W. Letter to Dr. Biss. See Jacombe, W. (B 100) 
Jdbez Oliphaiit. (/« Eraser's mag., v. 79-81. 186'J-70.) 
Jabir {Lat. Geber), Abu Musa, etc. Works ; tr. 
by 11. llussell. t.p.io. [London, 1678.] 8°. 
Contents. The investigation or eearcii of perfection. 
— Sum of perfection. — Invention of verity or perfec- 
tion. — Of furnaces, with a recapitulation of the au- 
• thor's exjieriments. 

— Chimicae, cum correctioneet medulla [alchymiae 

ex Gebri libris in aphorismos contracta] G. 
Horni. Lugd. Bat., 1668. 12°. 

— Summa pei-fectionis magisterii. — Liber investigationis 

magislerii. — Testameutum. (/w Manget, J. J. 
Biblioth. chera., where is also Bhacesco's Dialogus 
librorum Gebri sententiam expiicans.) 

— FfGUiER, G. L. {In his Vies des savants du Moyen 

Age. 1867.) 

— Sal.mon, W. The sum of Geber collected and di- 

gested. (/« his Med. pract. 1692.) 

Jablonski, Daniel Ernst. Historia consensus Sen- 
domiriensis inter evangelicos regni Polonise 
et M. D. Lithvaniae in synodo generali evan- 
gelicorum, 1570. BeroL, 1731. 4°. 

Jacie, Henry. Letters to J. Winthrop. Gov. of Conn., 
1631-33. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 21. 1793.) 

Jack, Richard. Elements of conic sections. Edin., 
1742. 8°. 

— Euclid's Data restored. See Eucleides. 

Jack Hazard and his fortunes ; by J. T. Trowbridge. 

Boston, 1871. 8°. 
Jack Hinton the guardsman; by C. Lever. Phila., 

1843. 8". 

— Same. {In Dublin univ. mag., v. 19-20. 1842.) 
JackJugler. (/« Child, F. J. Four old plays. 1848.) 
Jack Long; drama, by J. B. Johnstone. (No. 100 o/ De 

Witt's acting plays.) 
Jack Morgan songster, The ; by a Capt. in Lee's 

army. Raleigh, 1864. 16<*. 
Jack of all trades; by C. Reade. {In Harper's mag., v. 16. 

1857-58.) 
Jack Sheppard ; romance, by W. H. Ainsworth. 

London, 1862. 8°. 

— Same. {In Bentley's miscel., v. 5-7. 1839-40.) 

Jack the giant-killer; by Miss A. I. Thackeray. {In her 
Five old friends. 1868 ; — and in Cornhill mag., v. 16- 
17. 1867-68.) 

Jack Tier; or, The Florida reef; by J. F. Cooper. 
New York, 1864. 8°. 

Jacke of Dover, his quest of inquirie for the veriest 
fool in England ; [ed. by T. Wright]. Lon- 
don, 1842. 8° (Percy Soc, v. 7.) 

— Same. {In Hazlitt, W. C. Shakespeare jest-books, 

V. 2. 1864.) 
Jackman, Isaac. All the world 's a stage. {In Collection 
of farces, v. 4. 1792; — and in Loudon stage, v. 1.) 

— Hero and Leander. {In London stage, v. 3.) 
Jackman, John. Peirce, J. The loyalty, integrity, and 

ingenuity of High Church and the Dissenters com- 
pared, occasioned by a pamphlet of J. London, 
1719. 8". (B 107) 

Jackson, Amasa. Documents accomp. bill for [his] relief. 
Wash., 1809. 8". (Ist Cong., 2d sess. B 1490) 

Jackson, Andrew. Correspondence with Gen. Scott 
rel. to the order of Apr. 22, 1817. n.p., 1819. 8°. 
(B 447) 

— Correspondence with J. C. Calhoun on the Seminole 

war. Wash., 1831. 8°. (B 1062, 1805) 

— Letter to A. J. Crawford, 1833. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. 

Proc, 1864-65.) 

— Messages; with sketch of his life. Concord, 

1837. 12". 

— Proclamation against nullification. Louisville, 1833. 

12°. (0182) 

— Barny, M. Letter to Pres. J., June 13. n.t.p. [Bait., 

1829.] 8". (B 1494) 

— BioGRAi'HicAL sketch of J. Hudson, N. Y., 

1828. 18^ 

— Call, R. K. Eulogium, Tallahassee. Tallahassee, 

1845. 8°. (B 1219) 

195. (17. 7. 70.) 



— Callava, J. Manifiesto sobre las tropelias y beja- 

?lP/i'^^o?"^T^°'"^'*'" ^^- Jackson contra C. Habana, 
1821. 8 . (B 550) 

— ^^^'^o^'^ ^^ '^' '" ''"^ °^°® °^ President. New York, 

1832. 8", (B 1105) 

— Clay, H. Address to the public; cont. testimony in 

refutation of the charges against him by A. Jackson, 
touching the presidential election. Wash.. 1827 8" 
(B 1493, W 13) 

— ComsETT, W. Life of J. N. Y., 1834. 16* 

— Combs, L. Reply to Gen. J.'s letter of Oct. 31, 1828, 

1" the Nashville republican. [Lexington, 1828.] 8". 

— Crane, I. W. Address before the Jackson convention 

of delegates. Phila.. 1824. 8". (B 1106) 

— Everett, A. H. Character of J. and Van Buren. 

1832. [Boston,] 1836. 8°. (B 1495) 

— Gen. Andrew Jackson and the Rev. E. S. Ely. n.t.p. 

8°. (B1099) ^ ' 

— Great meeting of Irishmen, Phila., Aug. 6, to prevent 

his re-election. Phila., 1832. S". (B 1495) 

— Hayward, E., and others. Address on the next 

presidency. Cincinnati, [1824]. 8». (B 532) 

— Hill, L Address, 13th anniv. of Jackson's victory at 

New Orleans. Concord, 1828. 8". (B 939) 

— History of the case between Gen. J. and Clay. Bait., 

1827. 8». (B 1493) 

— Impartial history of [his] life and services, n.t.p. 

[18-.] 8» (B 1105, C 265) 

— Law and the facts ; case of the six militia men and J.'s 

vindication examined, w.it.p. [1827.] 8°. (B 1493) 

— Letters of Wyoming on the Presidential election in 

favour of J. Phila., 1824. 8". (B 1492) 

— Mayo, R. Affidavit of J. in the suit of Mayo vs. Blair 

and Rives for libel refuted. 3d ed. Wash., 1840. 8*. 
(B 1435) 

— Merrick, P. Eulogium, Boston, on J. Boston, 1845. 

8". (B1219) 

— Northampton, pseud. To G. Bancroft, the traducor 

and eulogist of Jackson. Wash., 1846. 8°. (B 1502) 

— Notice biog. sur J. Paris, 1829. 8°. (B 966) 

— Pauton, J. Life of J. N. York, 1860. 3 v. 8". 

— Plain reasons for preferring J. to Adams as President. 

Bait., 1825. 8". (B 1101) 

— Political mirror. The ; or, Review of Jack- 

sonisin. New York, 1835. 12®. 

— Presidency, The ; by an old man; [in opposition to 

Gen. J.]. Bait., 1831? 8". (B 1494) 

— Reid, J., and Eaton, J. H. Life of J. Phila., 

1817. 8°. 

— Remarks on the ordinance of nullification, the Presi- 

dent's proclamation and last message, by a South 
Carolinian. Charleston, 1833. 8". (B 1665) 

— Review of the battle of the Horse-Shoe and of the 

facts relating to the killing of sixteen Indians by the 
orders of J. 7i.p., [1828]. 8°. (B 1494) 

— Review of the veto ; examination of the President's 

message and objections to the bill to modify the act 
rechartering the bank of the United States. [Wash. ? 
1832?] 8°. (B1541) 

— SciiENCK, R. C. Speech on the bill to refund J.'s fine. 

Wash., 1844. 8" (B 1119) 

— Sketch of] J. {In Longacre, J. B., and Herring, J. 

Nat. portr. gal., v. 1. 1837.) 

— To the people of the U. S. ; address against the re- 

election of J. n.t.p. 8". (B 1494) 

— Waldo, S. Memoirs of J. Hartford, 1820. 8". 

— Wilson, T. {In his Biog. of Amer. heroes, v. 2. 1849.) 

— United States. 15i/i Cong., 2d sess. Sen. Report 

of committee on the Seminole war, e^c. [Wash., 
1819.] 8». (B 1457) 
33d Cong. 2d sess. Addresses on the presenta- 
tion of the sword of J. to Congress. Wash., 
1855. 8"'. 

Jackson, Andrew. Robert O'Hara Burke and the 
Australian exploring expedition of 18G0. 
London, 1862. 8". 

Jackson, Basil, and Scott, C. R. Military life of 
Duke of Wellington. London, 1840. 2 v. 8". 

Jackson, Charles. Oration, before St. Peter's Lodge, Juno 
25. Newburyport, 5798 [1798]. 4°. (A 2, B 650) 

Jackson, Charles, and others. Report on the establishment 
of a farm school. [Boston, 1832.] 8°. (B 1803) 

Jackson, Charles Thomas. 24th anniv. address be- 
fore the Amer. Inst., Oct. 16. N. Y., 1851. 8°. (B 1686) 

— Catalogue of rocks, minerals, and ores collected, 1847, 

48, geol. survey of the U. 8. mineral lands in Michi- 
gan. {I7i Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1854.) 



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— Description of the tin veins of Jackson, N. H. — Re- 

marks on zinc, lead, and copper ores of New Hamp- 
shire. {In Assoc, of Amer. Geol. Reports, 1843.) 

— Essay on lead pipes as conduits for drinking water, 

contrasted with block tin pipes. New York, 1852. 8° 
(B 1556) 

— Final report on the geology and mineralogy of 

New Hampshire. Concord, 1844. 4°. 

— Geological structure of Keweenaw Point. — On the 

mirage seen on Lake Superior, July, Aug. 1847. — 
On the geology, mineralogy, and mines of Lake Su- 
perior. {In Amer. Assoc. Froc, v. 2. 1850.) — 
Analysis of red marl of Springfield, Mass. — An- 
cient pot-holes in rocks. — Artificial minerals from 
an iron furnace in Easton, Penn. — Description and 
analysis of allanite from Franklin, N. J. — Descrip- 
tion of bismuthic tellurium, or tetradymite from the 
gold mine of Whitehall. — Manufacture of zinc and 
zinc white. {In v. 4. 1851.) 

— On the history and uses of chemistry. {In Amer. 

Inst. Instr. Lect., 1834.) 
-^ Manual of etherization. Boston, 1861. 12°. 

— Report on the geological and agricultural survey 

of R.I., in 1839. Prov., 1840. 8'^. 

— 1st, 2d Report on the geology of Maine. Au- 

gusta, 1837-38. 2 V. 8° and Atlas accomp. 
1st rept. obi. 4°. 

— 1st Report on the geology of New Hampshire. 

Concord, 1841. 8°. 
^ 1st Report on the geology of the public lands 
of Maine. Boston, 1837. 8°. 

— 2d annual Report on the geology of the public 

lands of Maine and Mass. Augusta, 1838. 8°. 

— Same^without the Appendix. Boston, 1838. 8°. 

— Report on the gold placers, Georgia. See Blake, W. P. 

— Views and map illustrative of the scenery and 

geology of New Hampshire. Bost., 1845. 4°. 

— and Alger, F. Remarks on the mineralogy 

and geology of Nova Scotia, with a map and 
views of scenery. Camb., 1832. 4°. 
Note. Repub. from the Amer. Acad. Mem., n.s., v. 1. 

— DwiNELLE, W. H. The casket and the ribbon; or, 

The honors of ether. Bait., 1849. 8". (B 1566) 

— Gay, M. Statement of the claims of J. to the discov- 

ery of the application of sulphuric ether. Boston, 
1847. 8°. (B 1566, 1736) 

— Jackson, J. B. S. Review of M. Gay's 'Statement of 

J.'s claims to the discovery of the inhalation of sul- 
phuric ether'. Boston, 1847. 8°. (B 1567) 
Note. From Boston med. and surg. journ., June 30. 

— Lord, J. L., and H. C. Defence of J.'s claims to the 

discovery of etherization. Bost., 1848. 8". (B 1556) 

Memorial to the trustees of the Mass. Gen. Hospital 

in behalf of J. Boston, 1849. 8°. (B 1556) 

— STANiiEY, E., and Evans, A. Report to the Ho. of 

Reps, of the U. S., vindicating the rights of J. to 
the discovery of the anaesthetic effects of ether. 
[Wash.,] 1852. 8° (B 1566) 

Jackson, Edward. True relation of the execution of J. 
London, 1684. f. (A 55) 

Jackson, Edward. Woburn, Mass. CouNCil., Council of 
six churches, upon request of Rev. E. Jackson, pas- 
tor of the First Church, n.t.p. 1746. 4°. (B 24) 

Jackson, Edwin W. Gymnastics for the fingers and 
wrist. London, 1865. 16". 

Jackson, Elizabeth. The honourable and pious confession 
of a true penitent exemplified in the case of E. J. 
New Haven, 1806. 8°. (B 469, 1393) 

— Same. {In Nine disc, on baptism. 1806. B 225, C 187) 
Jackson, Francis. History of the early settlement 

of Newton, 1639-1800. Boston, 1854. 12°. 

— Parker, T. J. Brown's expedition reviewed in a let- 

ter to Jackson. Boston, 1860. 12°. (C 263) 
Jackson, Francis James. Coleman, W. Appeal to the 
people; review of the late correspondence relating 
to the rejection of the Brit, minister. New York, 
1810. 8". (B 437) 

— Dana, S. W. Speech, on a resolution cone. F. J. 

Wash., 1810. 8°. (B 437) 

— Hanson, A. C. Reflections upon the correspondence 

between Smith and J. Bait., 1810. 8». (B437, 1490) 

— Important state papers ; corresp. betw. the Brit, min- 

isters and Mr. Smith. [Bost., 1809.] 8°. (B 474, 1490) 

— New crisis; by an old Whig; [resp. the dismission 

of J.]. N. Y., 1810. 80. (B437) 



— QuiNCY, J. Speech on the resolutions approving the 

conduct of the executive in refusing to receive any 
further communication from J. Bait., 1810. 8°. 
(B 437) 

— Remarks on the documents accompanying the late 

message of Pres. Madison, n.p., n.d. 8°, (B 437) 

— Vaughan, B. Ten hints to'wise men ; cone, the dis- 

pute in the dismission of Jackson, n.t.p. [1810.] 8°. 

(B 437) 
Jackson, Hall. Observations and remarks on the putrid 

malignant sore throat. Portsmouth, 1786. 8°. (B 665) 
Jackson, Henry, o/ Savannah, Inaugural diss, on the ( ffi- 

cacy of certain external applications. {In Caldwell, 

C. Med. theses, v. 2. 1806.) 
Jackson, Henry. Account of churches in Rhode 

Island. Prov., 1854. 8° 
Jackson, Henry. Precautions against cholera. {In Nat. 

Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1865.) 
Jackson, J. R. Lebensgeschichte des Gen. Harrison; aus 

dem Englishen. Phila., 1840. 8". (B 1457) 
Jackson, James, MaJ. Gen., Gov. of Ga., d. 1806. Charl- 
ton, T.U. P. Life of Gen. J.Jackson. Augusta, 

1809. 8°. (B 434) 

— Sketch.] {In Longacre, J. B., and Herring, J. 

Nat. portr. gal., v. 3. 1836.) 
Jackson, James, ex dem. A. Houseman et al. vs. Sebring, 
J. L., in error. [Case.] Albany, 1819. 8". (B 340) 

— ex dem. B.Livingston et al. vs. A. Delancy and A. 

Russell in error. Case on the part of the plaintifl's 
and defendants. Albany, 1815. S". (B 340) 

— ex dem. B. Livingston et al. vs. J. Robins in error. 

Case on the part of the plaintiffs. Goshen, 1819. 8°. 
(B 340) 
Jackson, James, Jr., b. 1810, d. 1834.- Cases of 
cholera, 1832. Boston, 1832. 8°. 

— Jackson, J. Memoirs of J., Avith letters and 

medical cases. Boston, 1835. 8°. 
Jackson, James, M.D., b. 1777, d. 1867. Another let- 
ter to a young physician. Boston, 1861. 8". 
(Mass. Med. Soc. Lib. pract. med., v. 24.) 

— Address, funeral of J. Gorham, Mar. 31. Boston, 

1829. 8°. (B 1216) 

— Other copies. (B 1662, 1780) 

— Discourse on fever, June. Boston, 1818. 8°. (B 816) 

— Eulogy on J. Warren. Boston, 1815. 8°. 

— Same. {In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. com., v. 3. 1822.) 

— Another copy. (B 1227) 

— Letters to a young physician. Bost., 1855. 16**. 

— Memoir on the last sickness of Washington and its 

treatment. {App. to Everett, E. Life of Wash- 
ington. 1860.) 

— Memoirs of J. Jackson, Jr., with extracts from 

his letters. Boston, 1836. 16°. 

— Observations on influenza, 1807. {In Mass. Med. Soc. 

Med. com., v. 2. 1813.) — Dissertation on fever. {In 
V. 3.) — On a variety of paruria retentionis. {In v. 
5.) — Cases of typhoid fever at the Mass. Gen. Hos- 
pital, 1821-35. {In V. 7. 1848.) 

— Remarks on the Brunonian system. Boston, 

1809. 8°. 

— Another copy. (B 436) 

— Syllabus of the lectures delivered in Harvard Univer- 

sity. Boston, 1816. 8° (C 269) 

— and others. Report on spotted fever. {In Mass. Med. 

Soc. Med. com., v. 2. 1813.) 

— Obituary. {In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. com., v. 11, 

no. 2. 1868.) 
Jackson, James Grey. Account of the empire of 
Morocco and the district of Suse ; add., 
account of Timbuctoo. London, 1809. 4°. 

— Same. [With omissions.] Phila., 1810. 12°. 

— Account of Timbuctoo and Housa by El Hage 

Abd Salam Shabeeny ; add., Travels through 
West and South Barbary and across the 
mountains of Atlas. London, 1820. 8". 
Jackson, John, b. 1686, d. 1763. Chronological 
antiquities. London, 1752. 3 v. 4°. 

— Collection of queries, wherein objections against 

Dr. Clarke's 'Scripture doctrine of the Trin- 
ity' are answered. London, 1716. 8°. 

— The grounds of civil and ecclesiast. government con- 

sider'd; added. Defence of the Bishop of Bangor. 
2ded. London, 1718, 8° (B 102) 

— Plea for reason. London, 1730. 8". (C71) 



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— Remarks on Middleton's 'Enquiry into miracu- 

lous powers'. London, 1749. 8°. 

— Remarks on [Tindal's] 'Christianity as old as the crea- 

tion', with regard to ecclesiastical antiquity. Cam- 
bridge, 1733. 8". (B116) 

— Answer to his 'Letter to deists'. {In Supernaturals 

examined.) 

Jackson, John, d. 1807. Commerce of the Mediter- 
ranean. New York, 1806. 12°. 

Jackson, John, d. 1831. Cunningham, A. (/» his Lives 
of Brit, painters, etc., v. 6. 1833; v. 9 of Fam. lib.; 
— and in Harper's fam. lib., v. 67.) 

Jackson, John, d. betio. 1839 and 1861. Treatise on wood 
engraving; with illustrations by J. Jackson. 1861. 
See Chatto, W. A. 

Jackson, John Barnard Swett. Catalogue of the 
anatomical museum of the Boston Soc. for 
Med. Improvement. Boston, 1847. 8". 

— Harvard University ; descriptive catalogue of 

the Warren Anatomical Museum. Boston, 
1870. 8° 

— Introd. lecture at the Mass. Med. Col., Nov. 1. Boston, 

1848. 80. (B1556) 

— Morbid anatomy. {In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. com., 

v. 8. 1854.) 

— Review of Dr. Gay's statement of C T. Jackson's 

claims to the discovery of the inhalation of ether. 
Boston, 1847. 8". (B 1567) 

Jackson, John Starkie. Character and doctrines of Socrates. 
{In Oxford prize essays, v. 5. 1836.) 

Jackson, Jonathan. Thoughts on the political 
situation of the U. S., Mass. more particu- 
larly considered ; with obs. on the constitution 
for a Federal government. Worcester, 1788. 8°. 

— Other copies. (B 632, 1117) 

Jackson, Joseph. The reign of liberty; a poetical sketch. 

London, 1797. 4°. (A 32) 
Jackson, Joseph. Cooper, S. Sermon, Apr. 9, ordin. of 

J. Boston, 1760. 8°. (B 55, 66, 1312) 

— CusHiNG, J. Discourse, death of J., July 22, 1796. 

Boston, 1797. 8". (B 87) 
Jackson, Julian R. Chartography. {In Manual of geog. 
sci., V. 1. 1852.) 

— General index. See Royal Geog. Soc. 

Jackson, Lawrence. Letter on the principles and 
conduct of the Christian life. 2d ed. Lon- 
don, 1758. 12''. 

Jackson, Miles. Sermons. 2d ed., with add. Lon- 
don, 1825. 2 V. 12° 

Jackson, Nathan, Funeral sermon on. 1863. See Hopkins, 
M. (B 1540) 

Jackson, Patrick Tracy. Report on the production 
and manufacture of cotton. See Friends of Do- 
mestic Industry. (B 1056, 1512, 1805) 

— Lowell, J. A. Memoir of J. From the Mer- 

chants' magazine. New York, 1848. 8°. 
Another copy. (B 1457) 

— Hunt, F. Life of J. {In his Lives of Amer. mer- 

chants, V. 1. 1856.) 

Jackson, R. E. Scoresby. Life of Wm. Scoresby. 
London, 1861. 8". 

Jackson, Randle. CoTisiderations on the increase of crime, 
and the degree of its extent. {In Pamphleteer, 
1828; V. 29 of B 838) 

Jackson, Robert. Aff using cold water on the sur- 
face of the body as a remedy in fever. Edin., 
1808. 8". 

— Fevers of Jamaica. Phila., 1795. 12°. 

— History and cure of contagious fever. London, 

1819. 8°. 

— History of the cure of epidemic and contagious 

fever. Edin., 1798. 8°. 

— The medical department of the British army; 

on hospital management. London, 1803. 8*. 

— Remarks on the yellow fever on the south coast 

of Spain. London, 1821. 8". 

— System for the arrangement of the medical 

department of armies. London, 1805. 8°. 
Jackson, Rowland. Physical dissertation on drowning. 
London, 1747. 8". (B 836) 



Jackson, Samuel, M.D. Account of the yellow 
fever in Phila., 1820. Phila., 1821. 8°. (B 832)" 

— Address to medical graduates of the Univ. of Pa., 

Apr. 3. Phila., 1840. 8". (B 1556) 

— Annual disc, before the Phil. Co. Med. Soc, Feb. 10. 

Phila., 1852. 8°. (B 1556) 

— Essay on suspended animation. Phila., 1808. 8". (B 

813) ^ 

— Inaug. diss, for the degree of M. D., submitted to the 

examination of the medical professors of the Univ. 
of Penn. Phila., 1808. 8°. (B 823) 

— Introd. lecture to a course on the institutes of medicine, 

Univ. of Pa., Nov. 5. Phila., 1844. 8» (B 1195) 

— Introd. lect. to the course of the institutes of medicine, 

Nov. 6. Phila., 1837. 8°. (B 1556) 

— Introd. lecture to the institutes of medicine. Phila., 

1827. 8» (B 1556) 

— Lecture introd. to a course on the institutes of medi- 

cine, Univ. of Pa., Nov. IL Phila., 1845. 8° (B1556) 

— Medical education ; annual discourse before the Phil. 

Co. Med. Soc, Dec. 29. Phila., 1853. 8°. (B 1556) 

— Organizing the Araer. Med. Assoc, read before the 

Phil, Co. Med. Soc, Feb. Phila., 1852. 8°. (B1556) 

— Principles of medicine. Phila., 1832. 8°. 
Jackson, Samuel. Trial. See Walker, T. (B 772) 
Jackson, Samuel C. Religious principle a source of public 

prosperity; sermon, annual election. Boston, 1843. 
8°. (B 1183, 1778) 
Jackson, Seguin Henry. Dermato-pathologia ; dis- 
eases of the skin. London, 1792. 8°. 

— Epidemic disease which lately prevailed at Gib- 

raltar. London, 1806. 8<*. 
Jackson, Stonewall. See Jackson, Thomas Jonathan. 
Jackson, Tatlow. Authorities cited antagonistic to H. Bin- 

ney's conclusions on the writ of habeas corpus. 

Phila., 1862. 8°. (B 1724) 

— Martial law; what is it? and who can declare it? 

Phila., 1862. 8". (B 1724) 
Jackson, Thomas, D.D. Works. London, 1673. 
3 v. f°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. The eternal truth of Scripture and 
Christian belief. — How far the ministry of men is nec- 
essary for planting true Christian faith, and retaining 
the unity of it planted. — The blasphemous positions of 
Jesuites and other later Romanists cone the authority 
of their Church. — Of justifying faith, or faith by which 
the just do live. — Of the original of unbelief and mis- 
belief, or mis-perswasion cone the verity, unity, and at- 
tributes of the Deity. 2. Treatise of the divine essence 
and attributes ; added, A treatise with several sermons 
cone the signs of the times. — Christ's answer to St. 
John's questions ; an introd. to a following treatise of 
the knowledge of Christ and Him crucified. — The hu- 
miliation of the Son of God, etc. — Consecration of the 
Bon of God in His everlasting priesthood. 3. Treatise 
of Christ's exercising His everlasting priesthood. — Of 
Christ's session at the right hand of God. — The holy 
catholick faith and church; adj., A treatise of Christian 
obedience, being part of his twelfth book, which makes 
his commentary on the creed compleat. 
Jackson, Thomas, Funeral sermon on. 1775. See Middle- 
ton, E. (B 1883) 
Jackson, Thomas, Z>. D. Sermon, Mar. 28, for the benefit 

of the Humane Soc. London, 1784. 8°. (B 962) 
Jackson, Thomas. Life of Rev. C. Wesley, comp. 
a review of his poetry ; sketches of Method- 
ism, with notices of contemporary events 
and characters. London, 1841. 2 v. 8". 

— Memoirs of R. Watson. New York, 1836. 8« 
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan. Cooke, J. E. Stone- 
wall Jackson, a military biography. New 
York, 1866. 8°. 

— Dabney, R. L. Life of J. London, 1866. 

2 V. (v. 1 w.). 8°. 

— Daniels, J. M. Life of J. ; by a Virginian. 

New York, 1863. 12'». 

— Life and military career of J. Lond., [18631. 8**. 

— Life of J. ; by an ex-cadet. 2ded. enl. Rich- 

mond, 1864. 18". 

— Snow, W. P. {In his Southern generals. 1866.) 

— Stonewall Jackson's death ; [cutting from the 

Charleston Courier] . 1865. 
Jackson. Wm. Sermon, Lambeth -Chapel, consec. of E. 
[SmalhvellJ, Bp. of St. Davids. O.iford, 1703.4. 
(A 60) 



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Jackson, Rev. Wm. Constitutions of the several 

states of America ; articles of confederation, 

etc. London, 1783. 8". 
Jackson, Wm., Ji.P. Sermon. Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 29. 

Oxford, 1798. 4°. (B 1252) ^ ^ „o 

Jackson, 3IoiorWm. Eulogium on Washington, Feb. 22. 

Phi la., 1800. 8». (B 2510, E 61) 

— Saine. (In Washington, G. Monuments of patriot- 

ism. 1800. W 11, 45,52; — and Eui^ogies. 1800.) 
Jackson, Wm., b. 1783, d. 1855. Lecture on railroads. 2d 
ed. Boston, 1829. 12". (D 22) 

— Funeral sermon on. \%bb. -Sef Bushnell, W. (B1219) 
Jackson, Col. Wm. Ayrault. Memoir of J. Albany, 1862. 

8°. (B1457) 

Jackson, Wm. C. Ministers serve their people in preaching 
Christ; sermon, Apr. 30. Boston, 1848. 8» (B 1295) 

Jackson, Wm. F. Medical expedients. — Address as Pres- 
ident, 1866. (In Mass. HomcEop. Med. Soc. Pub., 
V. 2. 1867.) 

Jackson, Zacharias. Shakespeare's genius justified 
by restorations and illustr. Lond., 1819. 8°. 

Jacob, Le (nbliophile, pseud. See Lacroix, P. 

Jacob of Edessa. Sciiroeter, R. Erster Brief Jakob's 
von Edessa an Johannes den Styliten. {In Zeit- 
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Jacob of Soi-ug. Zingerle, P. Proben syrischer Poesie 
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3a,coh, the patriarch. Philotheorus. Thoughts upon sev- 
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Jacob, George Andrew, D.D. Middle class examinations 
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Jacob, Giles. Poetical register ; or, Lives of Eng. 
poets, with an account of their works. Lon- 
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Contents. Vol. 1. English dramatick poets. 2. 
Poets. 

— Appendix to the modern justice ; cont. the particular 

business of the quarter sessions. In the Savoy, 
[London,] 1718. 8» (B 351) 

Jacob, Hildebrand. Bedlam ; a poem. Lond., 1723. 4°. (A46) 

Jacob, J. P. Le cicerone de Versailles. Versailles, 
1808. 24° 

Jacob, B7-ig Gen. John. Views and opinions, [in 
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Jacob, John J. Biog. sketch of Capt. M. Cresap. 
Cincin., 1866. 4". 

Jacob, Karl Georg. Ueber den politischen Einfluss der 
Klin. Marie Antoinette. (In Historlsches Taschen- 
buch. 1838.) — Die Frauen in der franzos. Revo- 
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Jacob, Stephen. Poetical essay, 1778. (In Vermont Hist. 
Soc. Col., V. 1. 1870.) 

Jacob, Wm. Historical inquiry into the production 
and consumption of the precious metals. 
London, 1831. 2 v. 8". 

— Inquiry into the causes of agricultural distress. (In 

Pamphleteer, 1817 ; v. 10 of B 838) — Report resp. 
the agriculture and trade in corn in some of the 
states of Northern Europe, (hi v. 29 of B 838) 

— 2d report on the agriculture and corn of the 

continental states of Europe, n.p., 1828. f°. 

— Tracts rel. to the corn trade and corn laws. 

London, 1828. 8°. 
Jacob and his twelve sonnes. (In Collier, J. P. Illust. of 

early Eng. lit., v. 1. 1866.) 
Jacob Bendixen the Jew, by M. A. Goldschmidt ; tr. 

by M. Howitt. London, 1864. 8". 
Jacob de St. Charles, Louis. Niceron.J. P. (Inhia Mem., 

v. 40. 1739.) 
Jacoba en Bertha. See Lennep, J. van. 
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rerum in Basilica bibliothecae Christianiv. 

Hafnise. Hafniae, 1696. f°. 

— Niceron, J. P. (In Jiis Mem., v. 1. 1729; and. Germ., 

v. 2. 1750.) 
Jacobi, Friedrich Heinrich. Werke. Lpz., 1812- 
25. 6 V. in 8 pt. 8". 

Note. lr-4r Bd. 2e Abth., hrsg. von F. Koppen; 
4r Bd. 3e Abth. - 6r Bd., hrsg. von P. Roth. 



Contents. Vol. 1. Allwills Briefsammlung. — Send- 
schreiben an Erhard O**. — Zufallige Ergiessungen 
eines cinsamen Denkers. — Anekdote. — Swifts Be- 
trachtung iiber einen Besenstiel, und wie sie entstanden 
ist. _ Briefe. 2. Einleitung in des Verfassors sslmt- 
liche philosophische Schriften. — David Hume iiber den 
Glauben, oder Idealismus und Realismus; ein Ges- 
jjriich. — Ueber den transscendentalen Idealismus. — 
Ueber die Unzertrennlichkeit. des Begriffes der Frey- 
heit und Vorsehung vom dem Begrift'e der Vernunft. — 
Etwas, das Lessing gesagt hat; ein Commentar zu den 
Reison der Pabste. — Ueber das Buch : 'Des lettres de 
cachet', und eine Beurtheilung desselben. — Einige 
Betrachtungen iiber den frommen Betrug und iiber eine 
Vernunft welche nicht die Vernunft ist, an J. G. Schlos- 
ser. — Briefe. 3. Briefe an Fichte. — Ueber das Un- 
tcrnehmen des Kriticismus, die Vernunft zu Verstande 
zu bringen. — Ueber eine Weissagung Lichtenberg's. 
— Von den gottlichen Dingen und ihrer Oflfenbarung. — 
Briefe. 4. 1. Ueber die Lehre des Spinoza, in Briefen 
an Ilerrn Moses Mendelssohn. — Lettre a Mr. Hemster- 
huis [en fr. et en allemaiide]. — An Mendelssohn iiber 
desselben mir zugeschikte Erinnerungen. 4. 2. Bey- 
lagen zu den Briefen iiber die Lehre des Spinoza. — 
Wider M-endelssohns Beschuldigungen in dessen Schrie- 
ben an die Frounde Lessings. 4. 3. Briefwechsel mit 
J. G. Hamann, hrsg. von. F. Roth. 5. Woldemar. 
6. Ueber gelehrte Gesellschafteri, ihren Geist und 
Zweck. — An Schlosser iiber dessen Fortsetzung des 
platonischen Gastmales. — Vorrede zu einem iiberfliis- 
sigen Taschenbuche filr das Jahr 1800. — Fliegende 
Blatter. — • Betrachtung iiber die von Herrn Herder 
in seiner Abhandlung vom Ursprung der Sprachc 
vorgelegte genetische Erklarung der thierischen Kunst- 
fertigkeiten und Kunsttriebe. — Briefe iiber die 'Re- 
cherches philos. sur les Egyptiens et les Chinois par M. 
de Pauw'. — Eine politische Rhapsodic. — Noch eine 
politische Rhapsodic, worin sich verschiedene Plagia 
befinden, betitelt Es ist nicht recht und es ist niclit 
klug. — Ueber Recht und Gewalt, Oder philosophische 
Erwiigung eines Aufsatzes von dem Herrn Tlofrath 
Wieland, iiber das gottliche Recht der Obrigkeit. — 
Alexis, oder von dem goldenen Weltalter. 

— Briefwechsel. (In Herder, J. G. von. Aus Herders 

Nachlass, v. 2. 1857.) 

— From the Flying leaves. — Learned societies. (In 

Hedge, F. H. Prose writers of Germany. 1848.) 

— Humboldt, K. W. Ueber Jacobi's Woldemar. (In 

his Gesam. Werke, v. 1. 1841.) 

— SCHEL.LING, F. W. J. von. Denkmal der Schrift von 

den gottlichen Dingen, u.s.w., des Herrn. F. H. Jac- 

• obi. (hi his Siimmt. Werke, le Abth, 8r Bd. 1861.) 

Jacobi, H. de. Galvanoplastle. (In France. Com. Imp. 

de V Expos, de 1867. Rapports, v. 8.) • 
Jacobi, Heinrich. Con.icse dictionis index. (In Meineke, 

A. Fr. com. Gr., v. 5. 1857.) 
Jacobi, Maximilian. Hospitals for the insane ; tr. 

by J. Kitching. London, 1841. 8". 

— Trrenanstalten. (In Busch, D. W. H. Encyl. Wor- 

terb., V. 19. 1839.) 

Jacobin looking-glass; by a friend to rational liberty. 
Worcester, 1795. 12». (B 667) 

Jacobiniad, Remarks on the: [by J. S. J. Gardiner]. Bos- 
ton, 1795-98. 2 pts. 12". (B 614, C 75) 

Jacobinism. Baruuel, A. de. Memoirs illustrat- 
ing the history of Jacobinism. London, 
1797-98. 4 V. 8°. 

Jacobinism; a poem; [by J. C. Hubbard]. London, 1801. 
8°. (A 48) 

Jacobite, The. See Planch6, J. R. 

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Contents. The King's quair; a poem. — Christis Kirk 
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James vi,, of Scotland. See James i,, of England. 

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James, Benjamin. Treatise on the management of 
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James, Charles. Regimental companion ; pay, du- 
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James, Charles. Essay on military law. ^ee Tytler, A, F. 

James, Charles T. Manufacturing industry. {In De Bow. 
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James, Edwin (P.?). Account of an expedition from 
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der Maj. S. H. Long. Phila., 1823. 2 v. 8° 
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— Catalogue of plants col. during a journey to and from 

the Rocky Mts. during the summer of 1820, — Re- 
marks on the sandstone and Floetz trap formations 
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— Geological sketches of the Mississiijpi Valley. {In 

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{In v. 5. 1825.:) 



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1559 



JAMES 



James, George Pa vne Rainsford. Agincourt. Lpz., 
Tauchnitz, 184-t. 16". 

— Arabella Stuart ; romance from English hist. 

Lpz., Taiichnitz, 1844. 16". 

— Sa?ne. New York, 1844. 8**. 

— Arrah Neil ; or, Times of old. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 

1844. 16". 

— Same. {In Dablin univ. mag., v. 22-24. 1843-44.) 

— Beauchamp ; or. The error. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 

1846. 16". 

— Blanche of Navarre ; a play. Lond., 1839. 8". 

— Same. New York. 1839. 16". (D 46) 

— Castle of Ehrenstem. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1847. 

16". 
_ Charles Tyrrell. New York, 1839. 2 v. 12". 

— The convict. Lpz., Tauchtiitz, 1847. 16". 

— Dark scenes in history. New York, 1850. 12". 

— Darnley ; or. The held of the cloth of gold. 

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1847. 16". 

— Desultory man. New York, 1836. 2 v. 12". 

— The false heir. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1843. 16". 
_ Same. New York, 1843. 8". 

— Forest days. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1843. 16". 

— Same. New York, 1843. 8". 

— France in the lives of her great men. Vol. 1 : 

Charlemagne. London, 1832. 8". 

— Same. History of Charlemagne. New York, 

[1832 ?]. 18". (Harper's fam. lib., v. 60.) 

— The gipsey. Lpz., Tauchtiitz, 1847. 16". 

— Heidelberg. Lpz., Tauohnitz, 1846. 16". 

— Henry Masterton. New York, 1832. 2 v. 12". 

— Henry of Guise. New York, 1839. 2 v. 12". 

— History of Charlemagne. See the title France, above. 

— History of chivalry. New York, [18— ]. 18". 

(Harper's fam. lib., v. 20.) 

— The Huguenot. New York, 1847. 2 v. 18". 

— The Jacquerie. New York, 1842. 2 v. 12". 

— Last of the fairies. New York, 1848. 8". 

— Life and times of Louis xiv. London, 1838. 

4 v. 8". 

— Life of Edward the Black Prince. London, 

1836. 2 V. 8". 

— Life of Henry iv. London, 1847. 3 v. 8". 

— Life of Richard Coeur de Lion. London, Bohn, 

1854. 2 V. 8". 

— Lives of foreign statesmen, *?«(? Crowe. E. E. 

— -Morley Ernstein. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1842. . 16". 

— One in a thousand. Phila., 1836. 2 v. 12". 

— Oration in Boston on the Duke of Wellington. 

Boston, 1853. 8". 

— Rose D'Albret; or. Troublous times. Lpz., 

Tauchtiitz, 1844. 16". 

— Russell. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1847. 16". 

— Same. New York, 1847. 8". 

— Sir Theodore Broughton ; or. Laurel water. 

Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1847. 16". 

— The smuggler. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1845. 16". 

— The stepmother. Lpz., Tauchnitz, 1845. 16". 

— String of pearls. New York, 1833. 12". 

— Tales of the passions. Phila., 1839. 12". 

— The woodman. New York, [1849]. 8". 

— HORNE, R. H. {In his New Spirit, v. 1. 1844.) 

— Whipple, E. P. James's novels. {In hin Essays, v. 

1. 1848.) 
James, Henry. Essay on the currency. {In Pamphleteer, 

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James, C»L Sir Henry, b. 1803. Report on the demolition 
of the revetments of old works at Sheerness. 1827. 
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See also Great Britain. Ordnance Survey (p. 
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James, Henry, h. 1811. Christianity the logic of 
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196. (26. 8. 76) 



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York, [1854]. 12«. (B1966) 

— The secret of Swedenborg ; an elucidation of 

his doctrine of the divine natural humanity. 
Boston, 1869. 8". 

— Social significance of our institutions; oration, New- 

port, July 4. Boston, 1861. 8°. (B 1573) 

— Substance and shadow ; morality and religion 

in their relation to life. Boston, 1863. 16". 
James, Henry, Jr. Poor Richard. {In Atlantic monthly, 

V. 19-20. 1867.) — Watch and ward. {In v. 28. 1871.) 
James, J. H. Observations on some of the general 

principles, and on the nature and treatment of 

inflammation. London, 1821. 8". 
James, John. Travels in Sicily, Italy, and France. 

Albany, 1820. 12". 
James, John. History of the worsted manufacture 

inEng. London, 1857. 8". 

— Condition of factory operatives of Bradford. {In 

Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1859.) 
James, John Angell. Anxious inquirer after sal- 
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— Address to teachers [of] Birmingham Sund.Sch. Union, 

Birmingham, March 28,1815. New York, 1816. 8". 
(B 476) 

— Christian fellowship ; or. Church member's 

guide ; ed. by J. O. Choules. Bost., 1829. 12". 

— Pastoral addresses. First ser. 7th ed. Lon- 

don, 1841. 16". 

— The plagiary warned, a vindication of the drama, etc., 

from the plagiarisms of J. A. James. 2d ed. {In 
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— Reflections, ( A?i Wilks, M. Flower faded, e<c. 1838.) 

— Sermon; Christianity a system of love. {In Akers, T. 

P. Col. of sermons. 1851.) 

— Sermons; Nitnre and consequences of impenitence; 

influence of memory in increasing the misery of the 
lost. {In Saddards, W. Brit, pulpit, v. 1, 2. 1837, 
36.) 

— Sunday school teacher's guide. 6th ed. Birm- 

ingham, 1817. 18". 

— Same, abridged. 4th ed. Phila., Am. S. S. U., 

1828. 18". 

— Wright, H. C. Christian communion with slave- 

holders; letters to J. A. James and R. VVardlaw. 
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James, John Thomas. The Italian school of paint- 
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— Journal of a tour in Germany, Sweden, Russia, 

Poland, 1813-14. 3ded. Lond., 1819. 2 v. 8". 

— Painting. {In Smedley, E., and others. Eucyc. 

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James, John Warren. LoiiiNG, J. S. (/« his Hundred 

Boston orators. 1852.) 
James, Joseph, and Moore, D. System of exchan:?e, 

India directory for purchasing spices, drugs, 

etc. New York, 1800. 12". 
James, Marian. A lord of creation. {In Littell's living 

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James, Richard. Iter Lancastrense ; a poem ; ed. by 

T. Corser. Manchester, 1845. 4". (Chetham 

Soc, v. 7.) 
James, Robert. Dissertation on fevers ; success of 

the fever powder. 7th ed. Lond., 1770. 12". 

— Medicinal dictionary. Lond., 1743-45. 3 v. f". 
James, Thomas, b. 1571?, d. 1629. Treatise of the 

corruptions of Scripture, councils, and fa- 
thers, by prelates, etc., of the Church of Rome. 
London, 1612. 4". 

— NiCEiiON, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 19. 1732; and, Germ., 

V. 15. 1757.) , ^ ,„ 

James, Capt. Thomas. Voyage for the discovery of a N. W. 
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London, 1771. 2 v. 4". 



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James, Thomas Chalkley. Morbis. C. {In Gross, S. D. 
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— Tyson, J. K. Memoir of J. (7m Penn. Hist. See. 

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James, Sir Wm., (/. 1783. Davenport, R. A. {.In his 
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James, Wm., of Stovkicell, and Malcolm, J. General view 
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— General view of the agriculture of the County of Sur- 

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James, Wm., d. 1827. Full and correct accoitnt of 
military occurrences of the late war between 
Gt. Brit, and the U. S. Lond., 1818. 2 v. 8° 

Full and correct account of naval occurrences 

of the late war between Gt. Brit, and theU. S. 
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— Inquiry into the merits of the principal naval actions 

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(B 653) 
and Chamier, F. Naval history of Great 

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6 V. 8". 
James, Epistle of. See Bible (p. 290). 
James Montjoy ; or, I've been thinking; by A. S. 

Roe. New York, 1850. 8°. 
James Murray's Royal Asylum for Lunatics near 

Perth. Regulations. Perth, 1858. 8". 
_ - 34th, 36th report. Perth, 1861-63. 2 v. 8°. 
James Talbot; [a tak]. Camb., 1821. 12°. (C 249) 

— Same. Boston, 1824. 12". (C 246) 
James the Fourth ; comedy. See Greene, R. 

Jameson, A., Prinvipal. Annual examination of the 

scholars at Wyke-House, Sions hill, 1828. 8". 

(B 926) 
Jameson, Mrs. Anna (Murphy). Characteristics 

of [Shakespeare's] women. London, 1836. 

2 V. S''. 

— Commonplace book of thoughts, memories, etc. 

London, 1854. 8°. 

— Communion of labour. London, 1856. 12°. 

— Diary of an ennuyee ; [travels in Italy] . Phila., 

1826. 12**. 

— Handbook to the courts of modern sculpture. {In 

Crystal Palace Co. Fine arts' courts, v. 2. 1854.) 

— Handbook to the public galleries of art in and 

near London. London, 1842. 2 v. 8°. 

— History of our Lord as exemplified in works of 

art ; completed by Lady Eastlake. London, 
1864. 2 V. 8". 

— Introduction and notes. {In Amelia, Princess of Sax- 

ony. Social life in Germany, v. 1. 1840.) 

— Legends of the Madonna. London, 1852. 8°. 

— Same. Boston, 1864. 32". 

— Legends of the monastic orders. Lond., 1850. 8°. 

— Same. Boston, 1864. 32". 

— Memoirs of celebrated female sovereigns. Lon- 

don, 1831. 2 V. 12°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Semiramis. — Cleopatra. — Ze- 
nobia. — Joanna I., of Naples.— Joanna II., of Naples. 

— Isabella of Castile.— Mary, Queen of Scots. — Q. Eliz- 
abeth. Vol. 2. Christina. — Anne, of Gr. Brit. — 
Maria Theresa, of Germany. — Catherine li. 

— Same. New York, n.d. 2 v. 16°. (Harper's 

fam. lib., v. 33, 34.) 

— Memoirs of early Italian painters. New ed., 

with add. matter. London, 1859. 12°. 
Contents. Something about pictures and painters. — 
Cimabue and others. — Giotto and others. — Ghiberti. 
Filippo Lippi. — Fra Angelico da Fiesole. — Benozzo 
Gozzoli. — Andrea di Castagno. — Sandro Boticelli. — 
Luca Signorelli. — Dom. dal Ghirlandajo. — And. Ver- 
rocchia. — Ant. del PoUaiuolo. — Mantegna. — The in- 
vention of engraving. — The Bellini. — Perugino. — 
Fr. Francia. — Fra Bartolomeo. — Lionardo da Vinci. 

— Michael Angelo and others. — Andrea del Sarto. — 
Raphael. — Correggio. — Parmigiano. — Giorgione. — 
Titian. — Tintoretto. — Paul Veronese. — Bassano. 

— Memoirs of the beauties of the court of Charles 

II. ; with portraits. London, 1838. 2 v. 8°. 



Contents. Vol. 1. Q. Catherine of Braganza. — 
Duchess of Cleveland. — Countess de Grammont. — 
Countess of Ossory. — Lady Denham. — Nell Gwynn. 
2. Duchess of Somerset. — Duchess of Richmond. — 
Mrs. Lawson. — Countess of Chesterfield. — Countess 
of Rochester. — Miss Bagot. — Countess of Southesk. 

— Mrs. Nott. — Lady Bellasys. — Countess of Sunder- 
land. — Mrs. Middleton. — Countess of Northumber- 
land. — Duchess of Portsmouth. — Duchess of Devon- 
shire. — Miss Jennings. 

— Memoirs of the loves of the poets. Boston, 

1833. 2v. 12°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. A poet's love. — Loves of the 
classic poets. — Loves of the Troubadours. — Guide 
Cavalcanti and Mandetta. — Cino da I'istoja and Sel- 
vaggia. — Laura. — Laura and Petrarch. — Dante and 
Beatrice Portinari. — Chaucer and Phillippa Picard. — 
King James and Lady Jane Beaufort. — Lorenzo de' 
Medici and Lucretia Donati. — Fair Geraldine. — Ari- 
osto. Ginevra, and Alessandra Strozzi. — Spenser's 
Rosalind; Spenser's Elizabeth. — The love of Shake- 
speare. — Sydney's Stella (Lady Rich). — Court and 
age of Elizabeth. — Leonora d'Este. — Milton and Leo- 
nora Baroni. 2. Carew's Celia. — Lucy Sacheverel. — 
Waller's Sacharissa. — Beauties and poets, reign of 
Charles i. — Ovid and Perilla. — Seneca's Paulina. — 
Sulpieia. — Clotilde de Surville. — Vittoria Colonna. — 
Veronica Gambara. — Camilla Valentini, — Portia Rota. 

— Castiglione. — Doctor Donne and his wife. — Hab- 
ington's Castara. — The two Zappi. — Lord Lyttelton. 

— Prince Frederick. —Doctor Parnell. — Klopstock and 
Meta. — Bonnie Jean. — Highland Mary. — Loves of 
Burns. — Monti and his wife. — Poets and beauties, 
Charles ii. — Queen Anne. — Swift, Stella, and Van- 
essa. — Pope and Martha Blount. — Pope and Lady M. 
W. Montagu. — Poetical old bachelors. — Voltaire and 
Madame du Chatelet. — Madame de Gouverne. — Ma- 
dame d'Houdetot. — Heroines of modern poetry. 

— The Nuremburg madonnas. {In Art journal, v. 4. 

1852.) 

— Sacred and legendary art. London, 1848-49. 

2 V. 8°. 

— Same. Boston, 1865. 2 v. 16°. 

— Sisters of charity. Catholic and Protestant. 

London, 1855. 12". 

— Visits and sketches at home and abroad. New 

York, 1834. 2 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Sketches of art, literature, and 
character. — A visit to Hardwicke. — A visit to Al- 
thorpe. — Sketch of Mrs. Siddons. — Sketch of Fanny 
Kemblc. 2. The false one. — Halloran the pedler. — 
The Indian mother. — A dramatic proverb for little 
actors. — The diary of an ennuyee. 
. — Winter studies and summer rambles in Canada. 
New York, 1839. 2 v. 12°. 

— HoRNE, R. H. {In his New Spirit of the age, v. 2. 

1841. 

— Martineau, H. {In her Biog. sketches. 1869.) 
Jameson, John Alexander. The Constitutional Con- 
vention, its history, powers, and modes of 
proceeding. New York, 1867. 8°. 

Jameson, Lawrence? ed. See Edinburgh new philos. 
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Jameson, Robert. Arctic geology. {In Leslie, J., and 
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— Climate, geology, and mineralogy of India. {In Mur- 

ray, H. Brit. India. 1832.) 

— Geology. {In Murray, H. Encycl of geog. 1834.) 

— Geology of Africa. {In Murray, H. Narr. 1844.) 

— System of mineralogy. Edin., 1804-08. 3 v. 8° 
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[At 
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See also Description (p. 1562). 



JAPAN (Nat. char., etc.) 



1564 



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JAVA (History) 



1566 



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Jeannin, Pierre. Negociations diploraatiques et 
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— Same. (/;i Michaud «?ic? Poujoulat. Col. des mem., 

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the Church of England. — Letter to Sir W. Meredith. 
2. Sermons. — Theological propositions. — Thesis 
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'A letter to J. Jebb with rel. to his sentiments about 
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ters to the volunteers of Ireland. — Thouglits on the 
construction and polity of prisons. — 3. Miscellaneous 
papers. — Every man his own priest. — Academical 
papers. — Political papers, 

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added, New harmony of the Gospels. Camb 
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■ — Same. 2d ed. Camb., 1772. 4°. (B 1399) 

— Address to the freeholders of Middlesex. 4th ed. cor. 

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the Univ. of Camb., Dec. 28, 1772. London, re- 
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750, 752, W 35) 



(B 



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— Remarks upon the present mode of education in the 

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— Resignation no proof; letter to Mr. Jebb, with remarks 

on his spirit of Protestantism. London. 1776. 8°. 
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Jebb, John, Bishop of Limerick, h. 1775, d. 1833. 
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Jefferson, pseud. See Carey, M, 



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1784-90. 2. 1784-90. 3. 1784-90. — Letters after his 
return to the U. S. to his death, 1790-1826. 4-7. 1790- 
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8. Inaug. addresses and messages. — Replies to public 
addresses. — Indian addresses. — Miscellaneous. — 
Biographical sketches of distinguished men. 9. Par- 
liamentary manual. — The anas. — Miscel. papers. 

— Address to the people with [his] public life. 2d ed. 

Worcester, 1802. 8°. (B 622) 

— Appendix to the Notes on Virginia rel. to the murder 

of Logan's family. PhiJa., 1800. 8". (B 529) 

— Correspondence between J. and A. Bishop. {In New 

Haven Col. Hist. Soc. Papers, v. 1. 1865.) 

— Correspondence between J. and J. Monroe. Boston, 

1808. 8". (B 406) 

— Inaugural speeches and messages, with the inaugural 

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B 1884) 

— Manual of parliamentary practice. Concord, 

1823. 16". 

— Memoir, correspondence, and miscellanies ; ed. 

by T. J. Randolph. 2d ed. Boston and New 
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— Notes on the state of Virginia. Lond., 1787. 8°. 

— Same. Boston, 1829. 12°. 

— Proceedings of the government, in maintaining the 

public right to the beach of the Miss., against the 
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— Report of the Secretary on weights, measures, and 

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the commercial intercourse of the U. S. with foreign 
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— Summary view of the rights of British America. "Wil- 

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— and Cabell, J. C. Early hist, of the Univ. of 

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Wash., 1829. 8". (B 1071) 

— Catalogue of [his] oil paintings. Boston, 

[1833]. 8°. 

— Columbus, 0. Proceedings of U. S. court, etc., in tes- 

timony of respect for Jefferson and Adams; also 
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— Cranch. W. Examination of the President's reply to 

the New Haven remonstrance. New York, 1801. 8°. 
(B 535, 620, 984) 

— Danvers, J. T. Picture of a republican magis- 

trate of the new school ; being a likeness of 
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Another copy. (B 406) 

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the conspiracy of 1806. Frankfort, 1807. 8". (B433) 

— Documents rel. to the presidential election, 1801; 

cont. a refutation of two passages in the writings of 
T. Jefferson, aspersing the character of J. A. Bay- 
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■ — Everett, A. H. Defence of J.; address. Weymouth, 
July 4. Boston, 1836. 8°. (B 1114, 1204) 

— Federallst, The; cont. strictures upon 'The preten- 

sions of Jefferson examined', by Phocion. Phila 
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— Same. Pt. 2. Phila., 1796. 8". (B 420) 

— Q., H. D. {In Longacre, J. B., and Herring, J. Nat. 

portr. gal., v. 2. 1835.) 

— Jefferson against Madison's war. n.p., [1812]. 8". 

(B 441) i' . L J o . 



— Jones. G. A refutation of the charges made by Veri- 

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— Lee, H. Observations on the writings of J. 

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— Leonidas, pseud. Reply to Brutus's Examination of 

the President's answer to the New Haven remon- 
strance. N. Y.,1801. 8°. (B620) 

— Livingston, E. Answer to J.'s justification of his 

conduct in the case of the New Orleans batture. 
Phila., 1813. 8". (B 452) 

— Lynn, P. Serious considerations on the election of a 

president. N. Y., 1800. 8°. (B 401) 

— Memoirs of J. [New York,] 1809. 2 v. 8°. 

— National utility, in opposition to polit. controversy; 

letter from B. Austin to J., Dec. 9, 1815. and J.'s 
answer, Jan. 9, 1816. [Boston, 181-.] Broadside. 
(B 1511) 

— New England patriot. The : candid comparison of the 

principles and conduct of the Washington and Jef. 
fcrson administrations, f-^f. Boston, 1810. 8". (B142) 

— Sanderson, J. {In his Biography of the signers, v. 7. 

1827.) 

— Parker, T. {Tn his Hist. Amer. 1870.) 

— PiERsoN, H. W. Private life of J. N. York, 

1862. 8°. 

— Randall, H. S. Life of J. New York, 1858. 

3 V. 8". 

— Randolph, S. N. Domestic life of J. New 

York, 1871. 8°. 

— Rayner, B. L. Life of Jtjfferson. Boston, 

1834. 12°. 

— Smith, S. H. Memoir of Jefferson. Wash., 1827. 8°. 

(B 1099) 

— Smith, W. L. Pretensions of J. to the presidency 

examined; and the charges against J. Adams re- 
futed. n.p.. 1796. 8". (B 596) 

— Taine, H. {In his Nouveaux essais, 1865.) 

— Tucker, G. Life of Jeiferson. Phila., 1837. 

2 V. 8«. 

— Wilson, J. The lie direct I a refutation of the charges 

in the proclamation of Pres. J. London, 1807. 8°. 
(B 671) 

— Witt, C. de. Etude histor. sur la democratic 

americaine. Seed. Paris, 1861. 12". 

Note. Repub. with add. from the Revue d. D. 
Mondes, 1857-60. 

— Funeral sermon on. 1826. xS'^e Sergeant, J. (B 1828) 

— Addresses on the death of T. Jefferson.] n.p., 1826, 

27. 8°. (B 556) 
Namely. Biddle, N., Phila., 1827; — Gushing, C, 
Cambridge, 1826 {also B 1206, 1736) ; — Duer, W. A., 
Albany, 1826 {also B 1206) ; — Everett. E.. Boston, 1826 
{also B 536, 1730, 1755, 1797); — Knapp, S. L., Boston, 
1826 {also B 1755) ; — Webster, D., Boston, 1826 {also 
B 1206, 1668, 1730, 1755, 1797) 

For other addresses on his death see Brackenridge, 
H. M., {in his Speeches on the Jew bill, 1829); — 
Forsyth, J., Augusta, 1826 (B 1206); — Johnson, W., 
Charleston, 1826 (B 1639); — Kirkland, J. T.. {in 
Amer. Acad. Mem., n.s.. v. 1. 1833); — Sprague, J. E., 
Salem, 1826 (B 1206); — Sprague, P., Halloweli, 1826 
(B 1206) ; — Stanford, J., New York, 1826 (B 1097); — 
Wirt, W., Washington, 1826 (B 1730, W 12) 

See also Dialogue between a southern delegate, 

c<c., 1774; — United States. Presidents. Speeches. 

Jeflferson College, Canonshurg. Catalogue of the 

officers and students, July. Pittsburgh, [1833]. 8». 

(B 1722) 

— Smith, J. History of Jefferson Coll., incl. an 

account of the Canonsburg Academy. Pitts- 
burg, 1857. 12°. 

Jefferson County Agricultural Soc. Proceedings 
of the 1st fair. Watertowii, 1818. 8°. (B 357) 

Jeffery, John. Complete collection of sermons and 
tracts. London, 1753. 2 v. (v. 1 w.). 8°. 

Jefferys, Nathaniel. Review of the conduct of the Prince 
of Wales in his transactions with J. 3d ed., with 
add. London, [1806]. 8°. (B 713) 

— Letter to J. on his 'Review of the conduct of the 

Prince of Wales'. London, 1806. 8". (B 1415) 

— Phi LO- Veritas, pseud. Diamond cut diamond; ob- 

serv. on 'A review of the conduct of the Prince of 

Sales'; a review of N, Jefferys as a tradesman, etc. 
ndon, 1806. 8° (B 713) 



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Jefferys, Thomas. American atlas. 29 maps. Lon- 
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— Same. London, 1778. f. 

— Antigua; [map]. London, 1794. (E 67) 

— Bai-badoes; [map]. London. 1794. (E 67) 

— Coast of West Florida and Louisiana; and peninsula 

and gulf of Florida. London, 1794. (E68) 

— Complete pilot for the West Indies, incl. the 

British channel, Bay of Biscay, and all the 
Atlantic islands. London, [17— ?]. f. 

— Description of the Spanish islands and settle- 

ments on the coast of the W.Indies; with 
maps. London, 1762. 4". 

— Explanation for the new map of Nova Scotia and Cape 

Breton, with adjacent parts of New England and 
Canada. London, 1755. 4" (A 4, 14) 

— Gaudaloupe; [map]. London, 1795. (E67) 

— Geographical description of Florida. {In Roberts, W. 

Account of Florida. 1763.) 

— Great probability of a North West passaj^e de- 

duced from the letter of Adm. De Fonte. 
London, 1768. 4". 

— Jamaica; [map]. London, 1794. (E 67) 

— Maps and plans. See Natural and civil history of the 

French dominions in N. and S. Amer. 1760. 

— Martinico; [map]. London, 1798. (E 67) 

— Newmapof Brunswick-Luneburg. Lond.,1789. (E66) 

— Ruatan or Rattan; [map]. London. 1794. (E 67) 

— St. Christophers; [map]. London, 1794. (E 67) 

— St. Lucia; [map]. London, 1794. (E 67) 

— Three maps : Copj' of part of the Japanese map of the 

world; — Copy of De Lisle's Buache's fictitious 
map; — A large map of Canada extending to the 
Pacific. {Li Mueller, S. Voy. from Asia. 1761.) 

— The Virgin Islands; {map]. London, 1797. (E 67) 

— West India atlas. London, 1794. f°. 

— West India islands from actual surveys and 

observations, in 17 maps. London, 1775. f. 

— The Western coast of Africa; [map]. London, 1789. 

(E67) 

Jeflfray, James. Observations. (Tn Park, H. Cases of 
the excision of carious joints. 1806.) 

Jeffrey. See also Geoffrey ; — Geoffrey ; — Geoffry. 

Jeffrey of Monmouth. See Galfridus Monumetensis. 

Jeffrey, Francis, Lord. Contributions to the Edin- 
burgh review. Boston, 1856. 8". 

— Bagehot, W. {In his Estimates. 1858.) 

— CocKBURN, H., Lord. Life of Lord Jeffrey, 

with a selection from his correspondence. 
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— Letter to [him] ; by an anti-reformist. Edin., 1811. 

8« (B787) 

— Miller, H. {In his Essays. 1865.) 

— Smiles. 8. {In his Brief biog. 1861.) 

— Tlckerman, H. T. {Li his Biog. essays. 1857.) 

— Yervs,!,., pseud. Letter to J. Glasg., 1831. 8°. (B 933) 
Jeffrey, Robert. Sermon, Lot's flight from Sodom. {In 

Free church pulpit. 1853.) 
Jeffreys, Charles. Van Dieman's Land. London, 

1820. 8*^ 
Jeffreys, George, Lord Chancellor, d. 1689. Wool- 

RYcn, H. W. Memoirs of J. Lond., 1827. 81 

— Campbell, J. {In his Lives, v. 3. 1845.) 

— Life and character of the late Ld. Chancellor Jef- 

ferys. London, 1725. 8°. (B 602) 

— Macaulay, T. B. {In his Biog. sketches. 1857.) 
Jeffreys, George, d. 1755. Miscel. in prose and 

verse. London, 1754. 4°. 
Jeffreys, Henry. Cases in surgery. Lond., 1820. 8". 

— Practical observations on the use of cubebs in 

gonofrhoja. London, 1821. 8°. 
Jeffreys, Henry, Archdeacon of Boynbay. The 
Almighty's everlasting circles. 3d ed. enl. 
London, 1856. 12*1 

— Religious objection to tetotalism. London, 1840. 8°. 

(B 1280) 

— Temperance tract; an appeal, n.t.p. 12". (C 203) 
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Jeffries, David. Treatise on diamonds and pearls. 

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Jeffries, John, M.D. Account of the last illness of D. Web- 
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Jeffries, Thomas Fayette. Crippled Fayette, of 

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Jenichen, Balthasar. Leben und Werken. {In Andresen, 

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_ Manifestations of what H. Laurens falsely denominates 

candor in himself and tricks in J. London, 1783.) 

_ LAmtEi^,'^H. True state of the case by wJiich his 
candor to J. is manifested, n.p., 1783. 4 . (A W) 



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Jenisch, D. Skizze von dem Leben und Cliarakter Men- 
delssohns. {In Mendelssohn, M. Kleine philos. 
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Jenison, Robert. InformatJons rel. to the Popish plott. to 
thft Ho. of Commons, Nov. 9. Lond., 1680. f". (A 50) 

— Narrative of the depositions of J.; with evidences 

proving that W. Ireland, executed for high treason, 
was in Lond.. Aug. 19.1678. Lond., 1679. f» (A 53) 

— Narrative [on] the Popish Plot. Lond., 1679. f. (A 49) 
Jenkin, Fleeming. The graphic representation of the laws 

of supply and demand, their application to labour. 

{In Grant, Sir A. Recess studies. 1870.) 
Jenkin, Robert. Reasonableness of the Christian 

religion. 5th ed. London, 1721. 2 v. 8". 
Jenkin, Mrs. W. C. Madame de Beaupre. New 

York, 1869. 12°. 

— Skirmishing. Phila., 1863. 12°. 

— Who breaks pays. London, 1861. 2 v. 12''. 
Jenkin, Wm. Certain conscientious queries ; [with] his peti- 
tion, [and] a letter by Mr. Love. [London.] 1651. 
4". (B 12) 

Jenkins, Charles. Sermon, ordin. of B. F. Clarke, Buck- 
land, Feb. 4. Greenfield, 1824. 8°. (B 1320) 

Jenkins, David. Plea delivered to the Earl of Manchester 
and Speaker of the Commons. — Remonstrance to 
Lords and Commons. — Lex terrse; or, Laws of the 
land. — Cordial, in reply to paper by H. P. — Disc, 
cone, the inconveniences of a long-continued parlia- 
ment. — T., D. Account of what was transacted in 
the Commons when D. Jenkins and F. Butler were 
voted guilty of high treason. — Ball, W. Power of 
kings discussed, in answer to several tenets of D. 
Jenkins. {In Somers, J. Col. of tracts, v. 5. 1811.) 

Jenkins, Edward. The Coolie ; his rights and 
wrongs. New York, 1871. 8*'. 

— Ginx's baby ; his birth and other misfortunes. 

London, 1870. IT. 

— Legal aspect of sanitary reform. {In Nat. Assoc. 

Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1866.) 

— Lord Bantam; a satire. New York, 1872 

[1871]. 12°. 
Jenkins, Elisha, vs. Van Rensselaer, S. Report of the 

trials, n.p., 1808. 8". (B 408) 
Jenkins, John. Art of writing reduced to a plain 

and easy system. Book 1. Camb., 1813. 8°. 

— Same. Boston, 1791. 4". (B 654) 

— Appeal to the Senate of the Legislature of Mass. in 

favor of J, [Boston, 1812.] 8°. (B 1457) 
Jenkins, John. Inquiry on early withdrawal from schools 
in Swansea. {In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. 
Trans., 1857.) — Middle class education in agricul- 
tural and rural districts. {In 1866.) 

— Report. {In Gr. Brit. Educ. Comm. Reports, v. 2. 

1861.) 

Jenkins, John Stilwell. Life of J. C. Calhoun. 
Auburn, 1850. 12°. 

— Lives of the governors of N.Y. Aub., 1851. 8°. 

Contents. G. Clinton. — J. Jay. — M. Lewis. — D. 
D. Tompkins. — De Witt Clinton. — J. C. Gates. — M. 
Van Buren. — E. T. Throop. — W. L. Marcv. — W. H. 
Seward. — W. C. Bouck. — S. Wright. — j'. Young. — 
H. Fish. 
Jenkins, Joseph. Address before the Grand Lodge of Mass., 
at the installation of officers. Dec. 25, 1829. Bos- 
ton, 1830. 8». (B 1143, 1271, 1793) 

— Address before the Mass. Charitable Mechanick Assoc , 

Dec. 17, 1818. Boston, 1819. 8". (B 565) 

— Defence of the Baptists against the aspersions, etc., 

of P. Edwards. Boston. 1802. 8". (B 192, 477, C 129) 

— Oration at Barre, before Mt. Zion, Harris, and Thomp. 

son Lodges, June 24. Boston. [1820]. 8". (B 555) 

— Edwards, P. Critical remarks on [J.] Jenkins's De- 

fence of the Baptists. London. 7i.d. 12". (C 221) 

Same. Boston. 1803. 12". (C 129) 

Jenkins, Thomas Paine. Trials of White, etc., for mur- 

der of J. See Selfridge, E. (B 1442, 1794) 
Jenkins, Thornton A., U. S. 2^. Headley, J. F. {In 

his Farragut. 1867.) 
Jenkihs, Timothy. Speech on the Wilmot proviso, Feb. 13. 

Wash., 1847. 8» (B 1502) 
Jenkinson, Anthony. Voy. and travels from Russia to 

Bokhara, 1557. {In Harris, J. Col. of voy., v. 1. 

1705; — Green, J. Col. of voy., v. 4, b. 3. 1747; — 

Hakluyt, R. Col. of voy., v. 1. 1809; — Pinkerton, 

J. Col. of voy., v. 9. IHll; — and, Gefm. , iji AUgem. 

Hist., V. 7. 1750.) 

— Voyage to Russia. {M Hamel, J. Eng. 1854.) 



Jenkinson, Charles, Ld. Hawkeshury, \st Earl of 
Liverpool. Discourse on the conduct of the 
British Government towards neutral nations. 
London, 1758. 4°. 

— Same. London, 1794. 8°. (B 780, 1410) 

— Same. New ed. London. 1801. 8». (B 781) 

— Additional papers resp. the discussions with France. 

London, 1803. 8». (B 754) 

— Conduct of the late administration examined, etc. See 

Conduct, etc. 

— AiiMON. J. Letter to C. Jenkinson. 2d ed. London, 

1781. 4". (A 27) 
Jenkinson, John Banks, Bp. of St. Davids. Sermon. 

anniv. of the Stewards of Sons of the Clergy, May 

21, 1824. London, 1825. 4". (B 1270) 
Jenkinson, Robert Banks, 2d Earl of Liverpool. 

Speech. Nov. 3. 4, on the bill of pains and penalties. 

3d ed. London, 1820. 8". CB 1423) 

— Two tables illustrative of the speeches of the Earl 

of Liverpool and the Chancellor of the Exchequer. 
{In Pamphleteer, 1819 ; v. 15 of B 838) 

— Speech, the means of extending and securing the for- 

eign trade of the country. Lond., 1820. 8". (B 1847) 

— Same. 2d ed. London. 1820. 8°. (B 1422) 

— Substance of [his] speech on the report of the Bank 

committee. {In Pamphleteer, 1819; v. 14 of B 838) 

— Broi'gham. XL. Ld. {In his Statesmen of the time of 

George ni., v. 2. 1839.) 

— KI^NA1RD, C. Letter to the Earl of Liverpool. 3d ed. 

London, 1816 8». (B 1401) 

— Letter to the Earl of Liverpool, on the erroneous in- 

formation that H. M.'s ministers have adopted re- 
garding country banks, etc. London, 1826. 8°. (B 
1542) 

— Letter to the Earls of Liverpool and Eldon, against 

the proposed docks in St. Katherine's precinct. 
London, 1824. 8". (B 1747) 

— YoNGE, CD. Life and administration of the 

2d Earl of Liverpool. Lond., 1868. 3 v. 8°. 
Jenks, Benjamin. Meditations on important sub- 
jects; preface by J. Hervey. London, 1757. 
2 V. 8°. 

— Prayers and offices of devotion for families. 

23d ed. New York, 1793. 16". 
Jenks, Francis. Speech, June 24, 1679, for which he hath 
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— B., J. Letter to J., Sept. 20. Chichester, 1679. f°. 

CA54) 
Jenks, Henry Fitch. Biog. of W. P. Boynton. {In Hig- 

ginson, T. H. Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 
Jenks, Joseph Wm. Rural poetry of the English 

language. Boston, 1856. 8". 

— Scripture gazetteer; diet, of Bible natural history. {In 

Jenks, W. Explan. Bible atlas. 1849.) 
Jenks, Wm., D.D. Account of the Mass. Hist. 
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62.) 

— Address. Oct. 23. 1813. (/n Amer. Antiq. Soc. Addr. 

1813-56.) — Address, Oct. 21, 1863. {In 1863.) 

— Comprehensive commentary on the Bible. Brat- 

tleboro, 1835-38. 6 v. 4°. 

— Address to the members of the New Eng. Hist. 

Geneal. Soc, Mar. 1. Boston, 1852. 8". (B 1962) 

— Discourse. Freeport, Feb. 10, 1809, funeral of S. Veazie. 

Portland, [1809]. 8". (B 319) 

— Discourse, June 24. before Solar and United Lodges 

of Free Masons. Bath. Portland, [1807]. 8". (B319) 

— Eulogy, funeral of J. McKeen. Portland, 1807. 8". 

(B 1193, 1320) 

— Explanatory Bible atlas and Scripture gazetteer ; 

diet, of nat. hist., e^c. 4th ed. Bost., 1849. 4°. 

— Same. {In M'Keen, J. Inaug. address. 1807. B 433, 

1879) 

— Eulogy of J. Bowdoin. Boston. 1812. 4°. (A 19) • 

— Memoir of Rev. L. Dwight. {In Prison Discipline 

Soc. Reports, v. 1. 1855.) 

— Reports. See Boston Soc. for the Instruction of the 

Poor. 1819. (B 952) 

— Sermon, annual election, May 31. Boston, 1820. 8". 

(B 958) 

— Sermon, Mass. Soc. Prom. Christ. Knowl., May 25. 

Boston, 1825. 8". (B 1645) 

— Sermon, Mass. Soc. for the Suppression of Intemper- 

ance, June 1. Boston, 1821. 8'>. (B 1009, 1238) 



JENKS 



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JERDAN 



— True spirit of missions; sermon before the Maine 

Afiss. Soc. anniv. meeting, North Yarmouth, July 5. 
Hallowcll, 1809. 8". (B 319) 

— Mass. Hist. Soc. Proceedings on the death of J. — 

{In their Proc. 1866-67.) — Blagden, G. W. Me- 
moir of J. Un 1867-69.) 
Jenks' Portland gazette, 1799, 1801-06. Portland, 
1799-1806. 2 V. T. 
Note. From Mar. 13 to July 9. 1805, called 'Port- 
land gazette'; from July 23, called 'Portland gazette 
and Maine advertiser'. 
Jenkyn, Wm. Exposition of the epistle of Jude. 
London, 1652. 4°. 

— Sermon. Aug. 1662. (/w Farewell sermons of Non- 

conformist ministers. 1816.) 

Jenk3ms, Henry. Index to the statutes in force, to 1869. 
See Great Britain (p. 1220). 

Jenner, Edward. Further observations on cow- 
pox. London, 1799. 4". (E 272) 

— Instructions for vaccine inoculation. n.p., n.d. 4°. 

(B 1563) 

— Letter on the effects of vaccination in preserving from 

the small pox. Phila., 1818. 8". (B 833, E 59) 

— Letter to C. H. Parry, on the influence of artificial 

eruptions. London. 1822. 4". (A 63, E 272) 

— Varieties and modifications of the vaccine pustule oc- 

casioned by an herpetic skin. Cheltenham, 1806. 4°. 
(E 272) 

— Baron, J. Life of E. Jenner. London, 1838. 

2 V. 8° 

— Comparative statements of facts on cow-pox, pub. by 

Drs. Jenner and Woodville. Lond, 1800, 4°. (E272) 

— Lettsom, J. C. Memoir of J. n.tp. 8". (B 821) 
Same. London. 180.5. (B 813) 

— Life. {Tn Soc. Diff. Usef. Knowl. Disting. men of 

mod. times, v. 4, 1838. v. 40 of Libr. Ent. Knowl.; 
— mid in v. 2. 1840, v. 124 of H. F. L.) 

— Murray, C. Debate in Parliament resp, the Jennerian 

theory, etc. London, 1808. 8°. (B 717) 

— Vai-entin. L. Notice biog. sur J. Montpellier. 1805. 

8°. (B 1457) 
Same. Notice hist, sur J. 2e ed. Nancy, 1824. 8". 

(B 1457) 

See also Royal Jennerian Society. 
Jenner, Bev. G. C. Evidence before the committee 

of the House of Commons resp. E. Jenner's 

discovery of vaccine inoculation, with debate. 

London,' 1805. 8". 
Jenner, Solomon. Importance of early training. (In 

Amer. Inst. Instr. Lect., 1850.) 
Jenner, Wm. Diseases of the skin. (In Holmes, T. 

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Jenney, W. L. B. Principles and practice of architecture. 

1869. See Loring, S. E. 
Jenni, Histoire de. See Voltaire, F. M. A. de. 
Jennie Juneiana. See Croly, Mr-f. J. C. 
Jennings, David. Abridgment of the life of C. 

Mather. London, 1744. 12". 

— Jewish antiquities. 9th ed. cor. London, 

1837. 8". 
Jennings, Ebenezer. History of Dalton. (In Field, D. D. 

Hist, of Berkshire, pt. 2. 1829.) 
Jennings, Edmund. Observations on Hurd's two dialogues 

on the constitution of the Eng. gov. London, 1790. 

8» (B683) 

— Translation of [T. Pownall's] 'Memorial to the sover- 

eigns of Europe on the present state of affairs be- 
tween the Old and the New World'. London, 1781. 
8». (B595) 
Jennings, Hargrave. Curious things of the out- 
side world. London, 1861. 2 v. 12°. 

— The Ilosicrucians, their rites and mysteries. 

London, 1870. 8". 

Jennings, Isaac. Memorials of a century ; a record 
of individuals and events chiefly in the early 
history of Bennington, Vt., and its first 
church. Boston, 1869. 8". 

Jennings, John. Two discourses: Of preaching Christ; 
Of particular and experimental preaching'; preface 
by I. Watts. 2d ed. London, 1724. 8°. (B 1861) 

— Same. 4th ed. Boston, 1740. 8". (B 242) 
Jennings, Joseph. Episcopal pretensions examined in a 

review of a sermon by G. W. Doane, Leeds, Eng. 
New York, 1842. S**. (B 1180) 



Jennings, Louis J. Eighty years of republican 
government in the United States. London, 
1868. 81 

Jennings, Nathaniel. Sermon, death of Mrs. S. eTohnson, 
with the oration at the interment. London, 1774. 8*. 
(B 1851) 

Jennings, Paul. A colored man's reminiscences of 
J. Madison. Brooklyn, 1865. 4**. 

Jennings, Richard. Report of the trials of the murderers 
of R. Jennings. Newburgh, 1819. 8". (B 448, 458) 

Jennings, Richard Downing. Case of an English subject 
who resided at St. Eustatius, when [it] was cap- 
tured in 1781. London, 1790. S". (B 686) 

Jennings, Samuel K. Plain elementary explana- 
tion of the nature and cure of disease ; in- 
vention of portable hot baths. Richmond, 
1814. S''. 

— Same. Wash., 1814. 12". (C 147) 

Jennings' [Robert] landscape annual. Vol. 5-8, 
for 1834-37. London, 1834-37. 4 v. 8". 

Contents. Vol. 5. Roscoe, W. Tourist in 
France. 6-8. Roscoe, W. Tourist in Spain. 
Jennison, Isaac M'Lean, A. Appeal to the public; an 
exposition of the conduct of J. and others in Lud- 
low. Feb. and Mar. Belchertown, 1828. 8°. (B 
1296, 1394) 

Jennison, James. Lessons in orthoepy. Carab., 

1856. 121 
Jennison, Samuel. Salisbury, S. (In Amer. Antiq. Soc. 

Archaeol.. v. 4. 1860.) 
Jennison, Timothy Lindall. Brief memoir of W. Douglas. 

{In Mass, Med. Soc. Med. comm., v. 5. 1836.) 

— Description of a foveat and compressor. Camb,, 1832. 

8». (B1556) 

Jennison family. Vinton, J. A. (In his Giles memorial. 
1864.) 

Jennyns, Joseph Clayton. Some observations on the state- 
ment and evidence in the 4th report to the Ho. of 
Commons, from the com. on public expenditures. 
London. 1810. 8°. (B 753) 

Jenour, Matthew. Route to India through France. Ger- 
many, Hungary. Turkey, Natolia, Syria, and the 
desart of Arabia, London. 1791. 4°. (W 51) 

Jens or Jensius, Johannes. Lectiones Lucianeae ; 
ace. ad Grfeviura super aliquot Diodori Si- 
culi locis epistola. Hag. Com., 1699. 8". 

Jenyns, Leonard. Observations on meteorology. 
London, 1858. 121 

— Fi.«h. (In Darwin, C. R. Zoology of voy. of the 

Beagle, pt. 4. 1862.) 
Jenyns, Soame. Disquisitions on several subjects. 
London, 1782. 8". 

— Free enquiry into the nature and origin of evil. 

Boston, 1795. 181 

— View of the internal evidence of the Christian 

religion. 2d ed. London, 1776. 12°. 

— Same. Boston, 1793. 18". 

— Same. (In Blair, IT. Serm., v. 1. 1792.) 

— Poems. (In Chalmers, A. Eng. poets, v. 17. 1810.) 

— Poetical works. (In Anderson, R. Brit, poets, v. 11. 

1795.) 

— Answer to the Disquisition on government and civil 

liberty; in a letter to the author of 'Disquisitions 
on several subjects'. London, 1782. 12°. (0 219) 

— Crtchton, a. (In his Converts from infidelity, v. 2. 

1827. Constable's nuscel., v. 7.) 

— Fleming, C. Necessity not the origin of evil ; letter 

to the author of 'Free inquiry into the nature of 
evil'. London. 1757. 8". (B 680) 

— Letter to the author of 'Free inquiry into the nature 

of evil', containing remarks on the four first letters. 
London, nd. 8". (B 53, 580) 

— Lamson, a. Remarks on the genius and writings of J. 

and on the internal evidences of Christianity. Bos- 
ton, 1826. 8°. (E41) 

Jephson, Robert. Count of Narbonne. — Two strings to 
your bow. (In London stage, v. 3.) — Braganza; a 
trag. — The law of Lombardy; trng, ( In v. 4.) 

Jephthes, sive votum, trag<Bdia, auctoro G. Buchanano. 
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Jepphi, Recos, pseud. See Price, J. 

Jerdan, Wm. Autobiography. London, 1852-53. 
4 V. 12°. 

— Portrait annual. London, 1839. 8". 



JEREZ 



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JERUSALEM 



Jerez, Francisco de. Verdadera relacion de la conquista 

del Peru y provincla del Cuzco. (/« Vedia, E. de. 

Hist, prim., v. 2. ]862; v. 26 o/ Aribau. Hibl.) 
Jeremiah, Book of the prophet. See Bible Cp. 281). 
Jerlin, Petrus. Macellum Oiitorium. (/?i Linnaeus, C. 

Amcen. acad., v. 6. 1763.) 
Jermiin, Immannel. Beretning om (Esterbrondcrslev og 

HaUund Sogne. (/« Copenhagen. K. Com./. Olds. 

Opb. Antiq. Ann., v. 3, pt. 2. 1820.) 
Jermyn, James. Book of English epithets, etc. 

London, 1849. 8". 
Jerningham, Edward. Poems by 'The Bard'. {In British 

album. 1793.) 
Jerningham, Hubert E. H. Life in a French 

chateau. London, 1867. 12°. 
Jerningham's journal. See John Jerningham's journal. 
Jerome, St. See Hieronymus. 
Jerome of Prague. See Hieronym of Prague. 
Jerome Lafriche ; ou, Le paysan gentilhomme ; par 

J. E. M. Cenac-Moncaut. Paris, 1859. 18". 
J6rome Paturot a la recherche de la meil leure des republiques, 

— d'uue position sociale. See Reybaud, M. K. L. 
Jerome Pointu; comedie. (/;i Le Texier. llecueil de 

theatre, v. 3. 178.5.) 
Jeronimo. Pt. 1. (/« Dodaley, R. Col., v. 3. 1780; — anci 

in Scott, Sir W. Anc. Brit, dr., v. 1. 1810.) 
Jeronym of Prague. See Hieronym. 
Jeroschin, Nicolaus von. Di Kronike von Pruzinlant; hrsg. 

V. Strehlke. (In Hirsch, T. Script, rer. Pruss., 

V. 1. 1861.) 

Jerram, Charles. Conversations on infant baptism, 
and popular objections to the Church of the 
United Kingdom. Boston, 1820. 18". 

— Letters on the atonement. London, 1804. 8°. (B 1855) 
Jerrold, Douglas Wm. Writings. Lond., 1851-54. 

8 V. 8". 
Contents. Vol.1. St. Giles and St. James. 2. Men 
of character: Job Pippins, who 'couldn't help it'; — 
Jack Runnymede. the man of many 'thanks'; — Adam 
Buff, 'without a shirt'; — Matthew Clear, 'who saw his 
way'; — John Applejohn, who 'meant well'; — Chris- 
topher Snub, who was 'born to be hanged'; — Barnaby 
Palms, who 'felt his way'; — Creso Qiiattrino, 'who 
died rich'. 3. Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures. — The 
story of a feather. — The sick giant and the doctor 
dwarf. 4. Cakes and ale: The lesson of life; — Per- 
ditus Mutton, the man that bought a caul; — The mayor 
of Hole-cum-Corner; — Romance of a key-hole; — Mr. 
Peppercorn 'at home'; — The preacher parrot; — The 
lives of Smith. Brown, Jones, and Robinson ; — Shak- 
speare at Bank-side; — The wine cellar; — Kind cousin 
Tom; — The manager's pig; — The tapestry weaver of 
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Bisbie, N. The modern Pharisees; a sermon. Lon- 
don, 1683. 8°. (B 1333) 
• Brief account of the Jesuits, with hist, proofs. 
London, 1815. 8". (B 1381) 

■ Same. {In Pamphleteer, 1815; v. 6 of B 838) 

■ Cabinet of Jesuits' secrets opened. London, 

1679. 4°. 

- Cotton, R. Twenty four arguments, [cone] Popish 

practises against the allegeance of H. M. {In his 
Posthuma. 1651.) 

- Fatal harmony; an agreement betwixt the Jesuits 

and High-Church, demonstrated by the writings of 
the former [and] practices of the latter. London, 
1716. 8". (C 285) 

- Frank, pseud. Anti-Jesuitica. London, 1845. 3 nos. 

16". CC244) 

- Gee. J. Foot out of the snare; with detection of late 

practices and impostures of priests and Jesuits in 
Eug.; with catalogue of books vented in London by 
them ; also. Catalogue of Romish priests and Jesuits 
now resident in London. {In Somers, J. Col. of 
tracts, 2d ed., v. 3. 1810.) 

- Gioberti, V. V Apologia del 'Gesuita moderno' ; 

con consider, int. al risorgimento italiano. 
Bruss. e Liv., 1848. 8°. 

- - II Gesuita moderno. {In his Opere, v. 8-12. 1846-48.) 

198. (20. 9. 76.) 



— Jarrige, p. E.xtrait du 'Jesuite sur I'echafaud'. 

{In Scotti, G. C. Monarchic. 1721.) 

— jESUiT-cabal, The, farther opened; a defence of the 

Chapman's late charge, against the cavils of a de- 
clamatory remarker. London, 1747. 4". (B 1399) 

— MiCHELET, J., and Quinet, E. Des Jesuites. 

Paris, 1841. 81 

— Pascal, B. Lettres ecrites h. un provincial, et 

leur refutation par I'abbe Maynard. Paris, 
1851. 2 V. 8° 

— - Same. {In his (Euvres, v. 1. 1819.) 

Etiff. Letters relating to the Jesuits ; with a 

life by Mme. Perier ; tr, by W. Andrews. 
London, 1744. 2 v. 8% 

Sa?ne. Tr. by T. M'Crie. Edin., 1848. 16". 

— Pascal the younger, pseud. Cases of conscience; 

lessons in morals; for the use of the laity. 2d ed. 
London, 1851. 8". (B 1382) 

— Perrault, N . Jesuits' morals ; extracted out 

of the Jesuits' own books. Lond., 1670. f. 

— Quinet, E. (/?i Ais OEuvres, v. 2. 1857.) 

— Sarpi, p. Instruzione circa la politica dei padri 

Gesuiti. (/ti Ais Opere, v, 8. 1768.) 

— Schoppe, C. Alphonsi de Vargas Relatio ad 

reges et principes Christianos de stratage- 
matis et sophismatis politicis Societatis Jesu. 
n.p., 1641. 121 
— r Scot, T. England's joy for svppressing Papists and 
banishing priests and Jesuits. 71./)., 1624. 4". (D52) 

— Scotti, J. C. Monarchic des Solipses. Amst., 

1721. 121 

See also Clement xiv.. Pope; — Clermont Col- 
lege ; — Ignazio de Loyola, St. ; — Paraguay. 

Jesuits' reasons. The, unreasonable : on their non-exception 
from the common favour voted to Catholicka. 1662. 
{In Collectiqn of several treatises. 1688. B 92) 

Jesup, Edward. The lives of Pico and Pascal. 
3d ed. J^ondon, 1723. 81 

Jesap, JIaj. Gen. Thomas S. Report upon the cost of 
transporting troops and supplies to California, Ore- 
gon, New Mexico, etc. {In United States. War 
DepH. Reports of explorations for a R. R. to the 
Pacific, 1853-54. Vol. 1. 1855.) 



Jesus Christ. 



Baptism. 



— Whitman, S. Nature and design of the baptism of 

Christ; sermon. Northampton, Mass., 1800. 8". (B 
1305) 

Biography. 

— Beard, J. R. Voices of the Church in reply to 

Strauss. London, 1845. 81 

— Beecher, H. W. Life of Jesus, the Christ. 

New York, 1871. 81 

— Brown, T. Evangelical history of Christ. 

London, .1777. 2 v. 81 

— EccE Deus homo, or the work and kingdom of 

Christ. PhQa., 1868. 121 
Ellicott, C. J. Historical lectures on the life 

of Christ; Hulsean lectures. Bost., 1862. 121 
EwALD, G. H. A. von. Geschichte Christus und seiner 

Zeit. (Vol. 5 of his Gesch. des Volkes Israel. 1857.) 
Eellowes, R. Guide to immortality ; memoirs 

of the life and doctrine of Christ. London, 

1804. 3v. 81 
First Gospel of the infancy of Christ. {In Hone, W. 

Apocryphal New Testament. 1832.) 

— Eurness, W. H, History of Jesus. Boston, 

1850. 121 

Jesus. Phila., 1871. 81 

Thoughts on the life and character of Jesus. 

Boston, 1859. 161 

The veil partly lifted ^nd Jesus becoming vis- 
ible. Boston, 1864. 161 

— Gladstone, W. E. Ecce homo. London, 

1868. 121 
_ Greene, R. B. Table exhibiting the genealogy 
of Christ. London, 1822. 81 



JESUS (Biog.) 



1576 



JESUS (Christol., etc.) 



— HoLBACH, P. H. T., baron d'. Histoire critique 

de Jesus Christ, t.p.w. [17—.] 8". 

— Jameson, Mrs. A. M., and Eastlake, Ladi/ E. 

History of our Lord as exemplified in works 
of art, with that of his types. London, 
1864. 2 V. 8^. 

— Jesus obimadisiwin ajonda aking ; [life of 

Christ]. Paris, 1837. 12'^. 

— LiEBERKUHX, S. History of Christ ; tr. into 

the Delaware Indian language by D.Zeis- 
berger. N. Y., 1821. 12'*. 

— Life and sufferings of Jesus Christ, t.p.w. 8°. 

— LxJDOLPHUs de Saxonia. Vita Christi ; studio 

A. C. Bolard, L. M. Iligollot, et J. Carnandet. 
Parisiis et Rompe, 1865. f° 

— Maria de Jesus. Mystica ciudad de Dios, See Mary 

mother of Christ. 

MiMPRiss, R. Gospel history ; lessons on our 

Lord's life and ministry. 2d ed. Chelten- 
ham, [1842]. 12°. 

— MoRisoN, J. H. Scenes from the life of Christ. 

Boston, 1852. 16°. 

— Neander, a. Life of Christ; tr. by J. Mc- 

Clintock and C. E. Blum en thai. New York, 
1855. 8". 

— Parker, J. Ecce Deus ; essays on the life and 

doctrine of Jesus Christ, with notes on Ecce 
homo. Boston, 1867. 12". 

— Parsons, T. Deus homo ; God-man. Chicago, 

1867. 8°. 

— Pressense, E. de. Jesus Christ son temps, sa 

vie, son oeuvre. 2e ed. Paris, [1866]. 8°. 

The Redeemer ; a sketch of the history of 

redemption ; tr. by J. H. Myers. Boston, 
American Tract Society, [186-]. 12°. 

— Quinet, E. Exam en de la vie de Jesus. (Jn Ma 

CEuvres, v. 3. 1857.) 

— Renan, E. Vie de Jesus. Paris, 1863. 8°. 
Same. 9e ed. Paris, 1864. 12°. 

Eng. Life of Jesus. London, 1864. 8°. 

Same. Tr. by C. E. Wilbour. N.Y., 1864. 12°. 

— Reville, a. La 'Vie de Jesus' de Renan de- 

vant les orthodoxies et devant la critique. 2e 
ed. Paris, 1864. 8°. 

— Reynolds, E. Life of Christ. {Tn his Works. 1679.) 

— SAiNT-IifiAL, C. V. La vie de Jesus Christ. {In his 

(Euvres, v. 1. 1757.) 

— Salvador, J. Jesus Christ et sa doctrine. 

Paris, 1838. 2 v. 8°. 

— ScHENKEL, D. The character of Jesus por- 

trayed ; tr. from the 3d German ed. with 
introd. and notes by W. H. Furness. Bos- 
ton, 1866. 2 V. 12°. 

— Seeley, J. R. Ecce homo ; a survey of the 

life and work of Christ. 2d ed. London, 
1866. 8° 
Same. Boston, 1866. 12°. 

— Strauss, D.F. Das Leben Jesu fiir das deut- 

sche Volk. Lpz., 1864. 8°. 

The life of Jesus critically examined ; tr. from 

the 4th ed. London, 1846. 3 v. 8°. 
Note. This is a translation of the 'Leben Jesu' pub- 
lished in 1835, 36, an entirely diflFerent work from the 
one mentioned above. 

— Tafel, I. F. I. Life of Jesus from the Gospel 

record defended against Strauss ; from the 
German. Chicago, 1868. 12°. 

— Taylor, J. The great exemplar. London, 

1653. f°. 

Same. London, 1667. f°. 

Same. (In his Works, v. 2, 3. 1822; and v. 2, 1850.) 

Same, abridged. Life of Christ. Newbury- 

port, 1796. 12°. 



Thomas's Gospel of the infancy of Christ. (In Hone, 

W. Apocryphal New Testament. 1832.) 
Ticozzi, S. Vita di Gesu Cristo. Milano, 

1826. f° 
Uhlhorn, G. Modern representations of the 

life of Jesus ; tr. from the 3d German ed. by 

C. E. Grinnell. Boston, 1868. 16° 
Vaisse, J. L. Une voix sortie des cieux. 

Paris, 1852. 8°. 
Ware, H. Life of the Saviour. Camb., 1833. 

18°. (Sunday lib., V. 1.) 
WiCKES, T. The son of man. Boston, Amer. 

Tract Soc, [18—]. 16°. 
Young, J. The Christ of history. London, 

1855. 8°. 

- Same. New York, 1857. 12°. 

See also Bible. N. T. Gospels (pp. 285-288). 
Character. 

Belknap, J. {Jn his Diss. 1795.) 

- Another copy. (B 159) 

Burns, W. Primitive doctrine cone, the per- 
son and [moral] character of Christ. Glas- 
gow, 1822. 8*. 

Fox, W. J. Christ, his mission, character, and doc- 
trines, (/n his Mem. ed., v. 2. 1865.) 

Imitatione Christi,De,libri IV. Lond.,1827. 18°. 
Note. For translations see Imitatione (p. 1497). 

Jones, W. Ar berson Crist. {In his Athrawiaeth. 
1793.) 

Law, E. Reflections on the life and character of 
Christ. Camh.. n.d. S". (B 1409) 

- Same. (In his Considerations on the theory of re- 

ligion. 1759; 1774.) 
Linn, J. B. Letter to J. Priestley in answer to 
'Socrates and Jesus'. Phila., 1803. 8". 

- Another copy. (B 195) 

- Letter to Priestley in answer to his 'Defence'. 

Phila., 1803. 8°. 

- Another copy. (B 198) 

New-come, W. Observations on Our Lord's 
conduct as a divine instructor. London, 
1782. 4°. 

- Same. 1st Amer. ed. Charlestown, 1810. 8°. 

- Of our Lord's fortitude. {In Noyes, G. R. Theol. 

essays. 1867.) 
Priestley, J. Letter to J. B. Linn in defence 
of 'Socrates and Jesus compared'. Northum- 
berland, 1803. 8°. 

- Another copy. (B 198) 

- Second letter to J. B. Linn in reply to his de- 

fence of the divinity of Christ. Northum- 
berland, 1803. 8°. 

- Another copy. (B 198) 

- Socrates and Jesus compared. Phila., 1803. 

8°. 

- Another copy. (B 198) 

Review of the character of Jesus; by the author of 
♦The deist's immortality'. Boston, «.rf. 8". (B1359) 
Ullmann, C. Sinless life of Christ. {In Edwards, 
B. B., and Park, E. A. Selections. 1839.) 

Note. For character in the sense of nature or 
person see Person (p. 1579), 

Christ in art. 
See Biography (Jameson) ; — Portraits (p. 1579). 

Christology of the Old Testament. 
Hengstenberg, E. W. Christologv of theO.T.; 
tr.by R. Keith. Alexandria, 1836-39. 3 v. 8°. 
• Lom£nie. p. F. M. de. Theses theologico-Hebraicje, 
etc., in Sorbona. Parisiis. [178-?]. 4". (A 6) 

Note. On the prophecies and figures of Christ 
in the Old Testament. 
Paine. T. Examination of passages in the New Tes- 
tament quoted from the Old, [upon] Christ. New 
York, [18—]. 8°. (B 209) 
■ Taylor, T. Christ revealed ; or. The Old Tes- 
tament explained. London, 1635. 4°. 
See also Messiah ; — Names (p. 1578). 



JESUS (Chronology) 



1577 



JESUS (Deity) 



Chronology. 

Kepler, J. De Jesu Chiisti vero anno natalitio. {In 

his atella nova. 1606.) 
S., K. Cbrist's birth iniss-tim'd; Jesus not born in 

December. {Jn Phenix, v. 1. 1707.) 
Wallon, H. Les aiinees de Christ. (M Paris. Inst. 

Ac. d. Inscr. Mem., v. 23, 2e pt. 1868.) 

Crucifixion. 
See Passion (p. 1578). 

Deity, Divinity. 

History of the doctrine. 

Reville, a. History of the doctrine of the 

deity ot Jesus Christ; tr. from the French by 

[A. Swaine]. London, 1870. 8". 
See also Trinity : History. 

For the deity. 
Alexander, C. Essay on the real deity of Christ, 

[with] strictures on extracts from Emlyu's "Humble 

inquiry'. Boston, 1791. 8". (B 194, 259, 267) 
Baillie, John, Vindication of the divinity of Christ, 

with observ. on the Unitarian scheme; sermon. 

Newcastle, 1789. 12". (C 242) 
Baldwin, T, The supreme deity of Christ illustrated ; 

disc, Boston, 1812. 8". (B 303) 
Barnard, J. True divinity of Christ; disc, in Bos- 
ton, July 16. Boston, 1761. 8". (B 8», 147, 214, 850) 
BOYSE, J. Vindication of the deity of our Saviour in 

answer to [Emiyn's] 'Humble enquiry'. Dublin, 

17oa. 8". (B 29) 
Braubuky, T. Mystery of godliness ; the 

deity of Christ prov'd; 61 sermons. London, 

1726. 2 V. 8". 

- The power of Christ over plagues and health, 

and his name, God of Israel, arguments of 
supreme deity ; sermons, London, 1724. 8". 

Browning, J, Jesus Christ the true God; sermon, 
Edin., 1792. 8", (B 1703, 1860) 

Bull, Gr. Judicium trium primorura seculorum 
de necessitate credendi quod Christus sit 
verus Deus ; contra tS. Episcopium. Oxon., 
1694. 8-^. 

- Defensio fidei Nicaense, — Judicium ecclesiae de ne- 

cessitate credendi quod Jesus Christus sit verus 
Deus, — Primitiva et apostolica traditio de Jesu 
Christi divinitate, {In his Opera. 1703.) 

- Divinity of Christ the primitive doctrine of the Church, 

London, 1714. 8". (B 28) 
Burr, A. Supreme deity of Christ maintained; Em- 
lyu's objections answered, Boston, 1757. 8". (B 64) 

- Same. Jtsoston, reprinted, 1791, 8". (B 200, 858) 
Cardale, p. True doctrine cone. Christ. 2d 

ed. London, 1771. 8". 
Concise scriptural view of the divinity of Christ. 

t.jj.w. 12". (C 220) 
CuMMiNG, H, Sermon, divinity of Christ. Albany, 

18-23. 8". (B272) 
CUMMiNG, J, Advice to Christians to contend for the 

faith once delivered to the saints; disc. 2d ed. 

London, 1719. 8". (C 216) 

- Same. Boston, 1805. 8". (B 202, 215, 847) 
Dalcho, 1\ Evidences of the divinity of Christ. 

Charlestown,, 1820. 12". 

Dana, D. Deity of Christ; sermon. Haverhill, 1810. 
8". (B914) 

DoDswoRTH, W. Jesus Christ in his threefold State; 
two sermons, 1829. Loudon, 1830. 8". (B 1339) 

Drew, S. Scriptural and pliilos. arguments to prove 
the divinity of Christ. Trenton, 1825, 8", (B 1355) 

Edwards, J, Some observations on Whiston's 'Prim- 
itive Christianity', London, 1712. 8". (C 229) 

Farley, S. Letters to N, Worcester, on his 'Bible 
news'. Windsor, 1813. 12°. (C 222) 

■ Fletcher, J. national vindication of Christ's divin- 

ity. {In his Works, v. 7. 1802.) 

■ Fowler, E, Reflections upon the late "Examination of 

the 'Discourse of the descent of the man Christ Jesus 
from Heavei,; with his ascension to Heaven again'", 
London, 1706, 8", (C 230) 
Gardiner, J, S. J, Sermon on the divinity of Christ. 
Boston, 1811. 8", (B 314, 424) 
- Herne, T, Letter to [T.] Mangey, occas, by his ser- 
mon, 'Plain notions of our Lord's divinity', Lon- 
don, 1719, 8°. (B 111) 



HiNDMARSH, R. A seal upon the lips of Uni- 
tarians, Trinitarians, etc., in that Christ is 
God. Phila., 1815. 8". 

HcGHEs, J. Essay towards farther evidence of our 
Saviour's divinity. London, 1712. 8°, (C 231) 

Jamieson, J. Vindication of the doctrine of 
scripture, and of primitive faith, cone, the 
deity of Christ ; in reply to Priestley. Edin., 
1794. 2 V. 8°. 

Jesus Christ God by nature ; letters attempting 
to subvert the doctrine of the Arians. 3d ed. 
Boston, 1756. 8". 

Another copy. (B 199) 

Johnson, A. The divinity of Christ consistent with 
the unity of God. Belfast, 1822. 8°. (B 272) 

Kohlmann, a. Unitarianism examined. Vol. 
2. Washington, 1822. 8". 

LiDDON, H. P. Divinity of Christ ; [Bampton 
lectures]. London, 1867. 8". 

Linn, J. B. See Character (p. 1576), 

Mason, C, Divinity of Christ not contradictory to 
human reason. Boston, 1843. 12". (C 223) 

Moor, J, Calm defence of the deity of Christ; in re- 
marks on a 'Letter to a Dissenter at Exeter'. 2d ed. 
London, 1719. 8", (B 112) 

MoRSS, J, Divinity of Christ; sermon, Exeter, 
1813, 8". (B 1298) 

Nicolas, A. La divinite de Jesus Christ ; 
demonstration nouvelle. Paris, 1864. 8°. 

Perowne, E. H. The godhead of Jesus ; 
Hulsean lectures. Cambridge, 1876. 8° 

Pond, E. Sermon on the divinity of Christ. Leices- 
ter, 1815, 8". (B 1353) 

ScHARF, J. A. De Paullo in epistola ad Ro- 
manos divinitatis Jesu Christi teste. Lips., 
[1777]. 4". 

Sharp, G. Remarks on the uses of the definitive 
article in the Greek text of the N. T.; new proofs 
of the divinity of Christ. Durham, 1798. 8", (B240) 

Stuart, M. 'J'he divinity and humanity of the Sav- 
iour. {In his Letters to Channing. 1819.) 

Textcarius. pseud. Scri^jture its own interpreter, 
Prov,. 1818. 8". (B 964) 

Waterland. D, Farther vindication of Christ's 
divinity, London, 1724, 8". (B 112) 

West, S, Evidence of the divinity of Christ col. 
from the Scriptures. Stockbridge, 1816. 8". (B 260) 

Winchester, E, Divinity of Christ proved from 
the Scriptures, n.p., [17-]. 8». (B 194, 247,1703) 

Worcester, S. The Messiah of the Scriptures, ser- 
mon. Boston, 1808, 8". (B 245) 

Wynpersse, D. van de. Proof of the true and 
eternal godhead of Christ. Edin,, 1795, 8°, (B 194) 

Against the deity. 

Accurate examination of the texts for the divinity of 
our Saviour, occasioned by L, Milbourn's 'Myste- 
ries in religion vindicated', London, 169*2. 4", (B 96) 

Apostles' doctrine cone, Christ, Boston, [18—], 8". 
(B 271) 

Chubb, T, Supremacy of the Father asserted, etc. 
2d ed. London, 1718. 8°. (B 113) 

Divine unity. The, the doctrine of the Bible. Boston, 
1828. 12". (D 63) 

Divinity of Jesus Christ, Newcastle, 1831, 12''. (C229) 
Same. 3d ed. Boston, A. V.A., 1831. 12". (C 168, v. 3) 

Emlyn, T. Humble enquiry into the Scripture- 
account of Christ. 5th ed. Boston, 1756. 8°. 

- Same. {In his Works, 1746; — ant? in Sparks, J, 

Col. of essays, v, 4. 1824.) 

- Extracts from 'An humble inquiry'. Boston, 1790. 8". 

(B 143, 158, 194, 271) 

Hill, J. Trial for heresy, [Biddeford, 1793,] 8". (B 
128 157 194) 

Hutton, J. Omniscience the attribute of the Father 

only. 2d ed, Boston, ^,i7,^., 1826. 8°, (C 208) 
-Same. 3d ed, Boston, ^.i/,^., 1827. I'i". (C168,v.l) 

Language of Scripture resp, the Savior, Boston, 
1815, 8°, (B 964) 

LiNDSEY, T. Conversations on Christian idol- 
atry. London, 1792. S"^, 

- Examination of Robinson's 'Plea for the di- 

vinity of Christ'. London, 1789. 8°. 

- Another copy. (B 271) 



JESUS (Deity) 



1578 



JESUS (Passion) 



• - Second address to the students of Oxford and 

Camb., rel. to Jesus Christ. Lond., 1790. 8°. 

■ - Another copy. (B 239) 

Millard, D. The true Messiah exalted; or, Christ 
really the Son of God. 2dKeeneed. Keene, [about 
1818]. 12°. (C 118) 

■ Norton, J. Seasonable thoughts on creeds, with at- 

tempt to ascertain the character of Christ, Boston, 

1813. 8°. (B 264, 271) 

Observations on the character of God and Christ; a 
letter to a friend. Portsmouth. 1809. 12°. (C 150) 

• PRiESTLEy, J. Tracts in the controversy with 

Horsley. London, 1815. 8°. 

■ - General view of the arguments for the unity of God, 

and against the divinity of Christ. London, 1791. 

12°. (C131) 
See also Character (p. 1576). 
Sawyer, T. J. Who is our God? The Son or the 

Father? review of H. W. Beecher. New York, 

1859. 8°. (C 210) 
Sherman, J. One God in one person only, and 

Jesus Christ a being distinct. Worcester, 

1805. 8°. 

- Another copy. (B 205) 

Simmons, G. F. Who was Christ. Boston, 1839. 8°. 

(B1388) 
Smith, J. Designed end of the Socinian controversy; 

no other person but the Father of Christ is God. 

[2ded.] London, 1793. 12°. (C 138) 
Sullivan, T. R. Reply to Robinson's 'Review of 

remarks upon his sermon illust. the human and 

official inferiority and supreme divinity of Christ'. 

Keene, 1827, 12°. (D 63) 
Whitman, B. Discourse on denying the Lord Jesus. 

2d ed. Boston, 1827. 8°. (C211) 
Worcester, N. The doctrine of pronouns applied 

to Christ's testimony of himself. Boston, A.U.A., 

1827. 12°. (C 168, V. 2) 

- Impartial review of testimonies in favor of the divin- 

ity of the Son of God. Concord, 1810. 12°. (0 81,226) 
Worcester, T. Appeal to the testimony of Christ 
with respect to what dishonors him ; disc, Boston, 
1810. 8°. (B 336) 

- Call for Scripture evidence that Christ is the self- 

existent eternal God : a letter to Rev. S. Spring. 
Boston, 1811. 12°, (C 84, 150, D 63) 

- Concise view of the glory of Christ, Concord, 1811, 

12°. (C61) 

- Our Saviour's divinity in primitive purity; sermon 

on the divine sonship. Concord, 1810. 8°. (B 336) 
See also Arians ; — Logos ; — Trinity ; — Uni- 
tarianism ; — also Incarnation; — Worship. 

Eternal generation. 
Finch, D., Earl of Nottingham. Answer to 

Whiston's letter cone, the eternity, etc. 9th 

ed. London, 1721. 8"^. 
KiNNE, A. Essay on the sonship of Christ. Boston, 

1814. 12°. (0 85) 

Miller, S. Letter on the eternal sonship of 
Christ to Prof. Stuart. Phila., 1823. 12°. 

Stuart. M. Letters on the eternal generation of the 
Son of God. Andover, 1822. 8°. (B 298, 1353) 

Whiston, W. Letter cone, the eternity of the Son of 
God. London, 1719, 8°, (B 28) 

Incarnation, and the Two natures. 
Austin, W. Essay on the human character of 
Christ. Boston, 1807. 8°. 

- Another copy, on large paper. 

Bartol, C, a, Christ's humanity and divinity the 

same thing; a disc, Boston, 1856. 8°. (C 205) 
Chemnitz. M, Libellus de duabus naturis in Christo, 

etc. {In hin Loc. theol, 16]0,) 
Greene. W, B. The incarnation ; letter to J. Fiske, 

West Brookfield, 1848. 8°. (B 1356) 
HuTTON, R. H. The incarnation and principles of 

evidence. {In Tracts for priests, v. 2. 1862.) 
Irving, E. Doctrine of the incarnation, {In his Col. 

writings. V. 5. 1865,) 
JOBius monacJms. De incarnatione. {In Mai, A. 

Class, auct.. v, 10, 1838.) 
Lamson, a. Essay on the doctrine of *two natures 

in Christ. Bait., 1824. 12°. (C 222) 
-Same. Boston, yl.f,'.^., 1828. 12°. (C168, v. 2) 

- Same, extract. 3d ed. 'BohXow, A.U.A., [184-1. 18°. 

(E41) 



Lardner, N, Letter, Whether the Logos supplied 
the place of an human soul in Christ. «.»,, 1788. 
8°. (B 238, 271) 

- Same. {In his Works, v. 11, 1788.) 

- Same. London, 1793, 12°. (C 137) 
Tertullianus, Q. S. F, Treatise on the flesh of 

Christ. {In //is Writings, v, 2. 1870.) 
Watts, I. The glory of Christ as God-man 
displayed. Boston, 1795. 8°. 

- Same. {In his Works, v. 6. 1753.) 

Whiston, W. Account of the primitive faith cone. 

the trinity and I. {In his Prim. Christ., v. 4. 1711.) 
Whitman, J. Inquiry into the scriptural authority 

for the doctrine of the two natures of Christ, n.t.p. 

[Dover, 18—.] 12°. (C 226, D 62) 
Zanchi, G. De incarnatione filii Dei. {In his Opera 

theol,. V, 8. 1605.) 

See also Deity (pp. 1577, 78); — Person (p, 1579). 

Kingdom. 
Whately, E,. The kingdom of Christ ; two 
essays on our Lord's own account of his 
person and of the nature of his kingdom. 
2ded. London, 1842, 8°. 
See also Millenium ; — Second Advent, 
Messiahship. 

Allen, J. H. {In his Hebrew men and times. 1863.) 

Barnard, J, Proof of Christ being the promised 
Messiah: sermon, Boston. 1756. 8°. (B 51, 152) 

Cooper. W. Christ the true Messiah; sermon to the 
Jews, London, 1796, 8°. (B 1337) 

Gabdiner, W. Literal exposition of two remarkable 
prophecies in the O. Testament rel. to Christ, Lon- 
don, 1728. 8°. <C 233) 

GiRDLESTONE, C. The Messiah pierced; sermon. 
London, 1850. 8°. (B 1343) 

HiGGiNsoN, E. Ecce Messias ; or, The Hebrew 
Messianic hope and the Christian reality. 
London and Edin., 1871. 8°. 

Peabody, a. p. Essay on the prophecies relating 
to the Messiah. Boston. 1835. 8°. (C 184, D 64) 

Worcester. S, The Messiah of the Scriptures; ser- 
mon, Boston. 1808, 8°, (B 243) 
See also Messiah, 

Names. 
Dyer, W. Christ's famous titles; sermons. 
t.p.w. [London, 16— or 17—.] 18°. 

- Same. t.p. and end w. [16— or 17—.] 12°. 
Leon, L. de, De los nombres de Cristo. {In his 

Obras, 1855; v. 37o/Aribau. Bibl.) 
MacWhorter, a. Yahveh Christ ; or. The 

memorial name. Boston, 1857. 16°. 
Serle, a. Hora? solitariEp; on the names and 

titles of Christ. Vol. 1. 2d Amer. from 3d 

Lond. ed. Albany, 1815. 8°. 

Nativity. 

Barnard, J. Certainty, time, and end of the birth of 

Christ: sermon, Marblehead, Dec. 25, 1729. Boston, 

1731, 8°. (B 19, 86, 130, 214, 850) 
IsiDORUS ffispalfnsis. De nativitate Domini, pas- 

sione et resurrectione, regno atque judicio. {In 

Schilter, J. Thes. antiq.. v. 1. 1727.) 
James the lesser, psevd. The Protevangelion. {In 

Hone, W. Apocryphal New Testament. 1846.) 
See also Chronology (p. 1577). 

Passion. 

Attempt to illustrate the great subject of the Psalms, 
the sufferings of Christ and the glory that should 
follow. Boston, 1773. 8°. (B 249) 

Harwood. E. On the causes which conspired to pro- 
duce our Saviour's agony. (/« Noyes, G, R. Col. 
of theol, essays, 1867,) 

IsiDORUS IHspalnisis. See Nativity. 

Krummacher, F. W. The suffering Saviour ; 
meditations on the last days of Christ ; tr. 
by S. Jackson. Boston, 1856. 12°. 

Le i3LANT, E, Sur les bouneaux du Christ. — Nau- 
DET, J. Sont-ce des soldats qui out crucifie Christ? 
— Les soldats remains prenaieiit-ils une part active 
dans les supplices? {In Paris. Inst, Ac. d. Inscr. 
Mem., v. 26. 1870.) 



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JESUS (Miscellaneous) 



- Sanford. D. Two dissertations. 2d : Christ in the 

garden of Gethsemane. Bost., 1810. 8°. (B142, 431) 

- Thomson, "W. Death of Christ. {In his Aids to 

faith. 1862.) 

- Veith, J. E. Instruments of the passion of 

Christ ; tr. from the German by T. Noethen. 
Boston, 1869. 12*1 

■ WANDAI.IN, J. De feria passionis et triduo mortis 

Jesu. {In Grsevius, J. G. Syntagma. 1702.) 

■ Worcester, N. Friendly review of remarlcable ex- 

tracts rel. to the sufferings of Christ. Camb., 1832. 
8°. (C226) 

Person and offices. 

■ Baillie, Joanna. View of the tenour of the 

New Testament regarding the nature and dig- 
nity of Christ. [Arian.] Lond., 1831. 8°. 

■ Bradford, A. Two sermons upon the doctrines, 

character, etc., of Christ, Camb., Dec. 28, 1794. 
Boston, 1795. 8°. (B 197, 213) 

• Brom'n, C. Character of Christ; two disc. Stoning- 

ton-Port, 1799. 8". (B 194, 272) 

- Burns, W. Primitive doctrine cone, the per- 

son and character of Christ. Glasgow, 
1822. 8". 

- Grew, H. Letters to E. Lee on his 'Remarks on 

Millard's late publication', and on his strictures on 
G.'s pamphlet on 'The character of the son of God'. 
Hartford, 182.5. 12". (C 236) 

- Haynes, H. Scripture account of the attributes and 

worship of God. and of the character and offices of 
Christ. 3d ed. London, 1797. 12°. (C 141) 

• Hooper. J. Declaration of Christ and his office. {In 

fiix Early writings. 1843.) 

- Hopkins, S. Importance and necessity of Christians 

considering Christ in the extent of his high and glo- 
rious character; sermon. Boston, 1768. 8". (B 318, 
599, 910) 

- HuTcnisoN, P. Three discourses on the divine and 

mediatorial character of Christ. Paisley, 1788. 8°. 
(B 1703) 

- Knox, J. S. Sermons on the sacrificial and 

mediatorial character of Christ. Dublin, 
1835. 8". 

- LuTHARDT, C. E. The person of Christ. {In Bre- 

men lectures, 1871.) 

- Norton, A. Statement of reasons for not be- 

lieving the doctrines of Trinitarians cone, 
the person of Christ. Camb. and Boston, 
1833. 12°. 

■ - Sfnne. Boston, 1819. 8°. (B 298) 

■ Owen, J. Xpiaro'Aoylo, the mystery of the per- 

son of Christ. London, 1679. 4°. 

- Peabody, a. p. The Scripture doctrine of Christ; 

three sermons. Portsmouth, 1860. 8". (B 1927) 

- Priestley, J. Letters to Home, f^c, on the person 

of Christ. Birmingham, 1787. 8". (B 236) 

■ Remarks on the miraculous character of our Lord; 

by a Berean layman. Boston, 1823. 8°. (C 118, 224) 

• Sartorius, E. Person and work of Christ ; tr. 

by O. S.Stearns. Boston, 1848. 12". 

- Some thoughts on opinions in the New Testament 

[upon] the personality of Jesus, ti.t.p. 8". (B 1371) 

- Tmo discourses on the creation of all things by Christ 

and on the resurrection of the dead through Christ. 
3d ed. Camb., 1767. 8°. (B 1371) 

- Ware, H. Discourses on the offices and char- 

acter of Christ. Boston, 1825. 12". 

- Warfield, C. Remarks on the character [person] of 

Christ. {In Jiis Essay. 1820. B 272) 

- Watts, I. Useful questions cone. Jesus the Son of 

God. {In his AVorks. v. 6. 1753.) 

- Whately, R. See Kingdom (p. 1578). 

Sre also Deity (p. 1577) ; — Incarnation ; — Names (p. 
1578) ; — Pre-existence (p. 1579) ; — also Logos ; — Tran- 
Bubstantiation. 

Portraits. 

- Gretser, P. Syntagma de imaginibus non manufactis 

deque alls a S. Luca pictis; cur. J. Goar. {In Codi- 
nus, G. De officiis. 1729.) 

- Mason, H. J. M. Remarks on a brass medal of our 

Saviour, found in the Friar's Walk, [near] Cork, 
Oct. {In. Roy. Irish Acad. Trans., v. 14. 1818.) 
See also Christian art. 



Pre-existence. 

Cornish, J. Vindication of the pre-existence of 
Christ. London, 1789. 8°. (C 229) 

Edwards. J. Reasons against Watts's notion of the 
pre-existence of Christ's human soul. (In hia 
Works, V. 4. 1808.) ^ 

Pearson, E. Essay on the pre-existence of 
Christ, n.p,, [1810]. 8°. 

Resurrection. 

Belknap, J. {In his Diss. 1795.) 

Benson, G. Summary view of the evidences 
of Christ's resurrection. London, 1754. 8". 

Bush, G. The resurrection of Christ ; in an- 
swer to the question whether he rose in a 
spiritual or a material body. N. Y.,1845. 12". 

Ditton, H. Discourse on the resurrection of 
Christ. 3d ed. London, 1722. 8". 

DoRE. J. Essay on the resurrection of Christ. Lon- 
don, 1797. 8». (C 193) 

Foster, J. The resurrection of Christ proved. 

2d ed. London, 1754. 8°. 
Hamilton. G. Letter to S. Hirschel, showing that the 

res. of Jesus is as credible as the exodus of the 

Israelites from Egypt. London, 1822. 8°. rC 1016) 
TsiDORUs Ilispalensis. See Nativity (p. 1578). 
Prince, N. Essay on our Saviour's resurrection. 

Boston, 1734. 4°. 
ROLLOCKE, R. Lectures upon the passion, res., etc., 

of Jesus Christ. {In his Sel. works, v. 2. 1844.) 
SCHOEBEL. — . La resurrection de Jesus. {In his 

Philos. de la raison pure. 1865.) 
Sherlock, T. Trial of the witnesses of the 

resurrection of Jesus. From the 12th Lond. 

ed. Boston, 1809. 8". 

- Another copy. (B 189) 

Stanley, A. P. Resurrection of Christ. {In Noyes, 
G. R. Col. of theol. essays. 1867.) 

West, G. History and evidences of the resur- 
rection of Christ. London, 1748. 8". 
-Same. (/« Watson, R. Theol. tracts, v. 5. 1791.) 

Second advent. 
See Second advent. 

Sonship. 
See Eternal generation. 

Temptation. 

Christ's temptations real facts ; in answer to 
Farmer's 'Liquiry', etc. London, 1762. 12". 

Farmer, H. Inquiry into the nature and de- 
sign of Christ's temptation. 3d ed. London, 
[1776]. 8". 

Types. 
See Christology of the Old Testament (p. 1577). 

Words. 

Field, G. The words of Christ [collected]. 

New ed. rev. London, 1847. 8". 
Rammohun Roy. Precepts of Jesus extracted 

from the four Evangelists. Calcutta, 1820. 8". 

- Same. N. Y., 1825. 8". 

Worship. 
Johnson, S. The worship of Jesus in its past 

and present aspects. Boston, 1868. 12°. 
Lindsey. T. Conversations on Christian idolatry in 

1791. London, 1792. 8° (B 188) 
TllEOSEBES, pseud. Letters on the worship of Christ, 

addr. to G. Home. London, 1786. 8". (B 238) 

Miscellaneous. 

Adams, N. Christ a friend ; thirteen discourses. 
Boston, 1855. 8". 

Ammon, C. p. v. Sermon on the divine mission of 
Christ. {In German pulpit. 1829.) 

Brett. 8. Narrative of proceedings of the council 
of Jews in Hungary to examine the Scriptures con- 
cerning Christ, 1650. {In Phenix. v. 1. 1707.) 



JESUS (Miscel.) 



1580 



JEWETT 



— BoiiiiOCK. T. Jesus Christ the prophet, etc.; sermon, 

Norwich, June 18, [with] a postscript, etc. London, 
1724. 8° (B215) 

— Burgess, T. Christ and not St. Peter the rock of the 

Christian Ch. (/» Churchman armed, v. 2. 1814.) 

— Child, A. B. Christ and the people. Boston, 

1866. 12° 

— Child, G, Trial balance of creeds. Prov., 1819. S". 

(B 273) 

Christ confessed; or, Important questions and cases 

about the confession of Christ, n.p.,1665. 8°. (B 1708) 

— Dana, J. Doctrine and mission of Christ; sermon, 

installation. Boston. 1792. 8°. (B 166, 168, 219) 

— Herder. J. G. von. Vom Erloser der Menschen, — 

Von Gottes Sohn, der Welt Heiland; nach Johannes 

Evangelium. (/« his Siimmt. Werkc, v. 10. 1852.) 
Hooper, W. Christ the life, etc.; sermon, Boston, 

Oct. 4. Boston, 1741. 8" (B 68, 147, 226) 
Jesus Christ the only way to the Father; sermon. 

Boston, 1742. 8» (B 77. 226, 852) 
Parker, T. Sermon on the relation of Jesus to his age 

and the ages. Boston, 1845. 8°. (B 1968) 

— Relly, J. Union ; or, The consanguinity and 

affinity between Christ and his Church. 
Prov., 1782. 8°. 

— ROBV, W. Traetbawd byrr ar yr angenrheidrwydd 

anhepgorol o iawn Crist; neu, y tueddiad peryglus 
Sosiniaeth wedi ystyried. Caerfyrddin [Carmar- 
then], 1793. 12°. (0 300) 

— Schoebel, — . De quelques miracles. — Notice sur la 

vie et la doctrine de Jesus. {In his Philos. de la 
raison pure. 1865.) 

— Sherlock, W. A discourse cone, the knowl- 

edge of Christ and our union and commun- 
ion with him. 3d ed. London, 1678. 8°. 

Defence and continuation of 'A discourse', etc. 

London, 1675. 8°. 

— Sherman, J. Christ the true victim, etc. ; hist, of the 

war in which the Son of God engaged, etc. Litch- 
field, [17-]. 8°. (B332) 

— Thornton, J. Preciousness of Christ. Bos- 

ton, 1834. 12°. 

— TuRNBULL, G. Connexion between the doc- 

trines and miracles of Christ. 2d ed. Lon- 
don, 1732. 8°. 

— Vaughan, C. J. Christ the light of the world. {In 

Good words, v. 6. 1865.) 

— Walter, N. Discourse cone, the wonderful- 

ness of Christ. Boston, 1713. 16"^. 
See also Atonement ; — Bible ; — Christianity ; — 
Lord's Supper ; — Miracles ; — Trinity ; — Second 
Advent. 
Jesus, son of Sirach. See Bible. 0. T. Ecclesiasticus 

(p. 282). 
Jesus, Precepts of. See Rammohun Roy. 
Jesus, Society of. See Jesuits. 
Jesus Hospital. See Chipping- Barnet. 
Jetzer, Johann. Waller, Sir VV. Tragical history of Jet- 

zer. London, 1679. f°. (A 52) 
Jeu de I'amouret du hazard, Le; comedie. See Marivaux, 

P. C. de. 
Jeune creole, Le; com6die. See Andrieux, F. G. J. S. 
Jeune Eugenie, vessel. Mason, W. P. Report of 

the case of the Jeune Eugenie. Bost., 1822. 8°. 
Jeune homrae qui ne fait rien, Un ; com. .par E. Legouve. {In 

Paris. Inst. Ac. Fr. Rec. des disc, 1860-69, le pt.) 
Jeune savante. La; piece. iSee Curo, M. (E 15) 
Jeunes gens, Les. See Laya, L. 
Jeunesse, A. L'imprimerie et les livres. {In Lacroix, E. 

Etudes sur I'expos. de 1867.) 
Jeunesse de Louis xiv. La; comedie. See Dumas, A. 
Jeunesse des mousquetaires, La; drame. See Dumas, A. 
Jevons, Wm. A. Weaver's strike at Padiham, 1859. — 

Spinner's strike at Ashton-under-Lyne, 1830. {In 

Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trades' soc. 1860.) 
Jevons, Wm. Stanley. The coal question ; an inquiry 

cone, the progress of the nation, and the 

probable exhaustion of our coal-mines. 2d 

ed. London, 1866. 8°. 

— Coal, its importance in manufactures and trade. {In 

Science lectures for the people, 1st ser. 1871.) 

— Elementary lessons in logic. London, 1870. 16°. 

— A serious fall in the value of gold a.scertainecl, 

and its social effects set forth. Lond., 1863. 8°. 



Jew, The; a comedy. See Cumberland, R. 

Jew of Malta, The; a drama. See Marlowe, C. 

Jew of Venice; comedy. See Granville, G., Baron Lans- 

downe. 
Jewel (Lat. Juellus), John, Bishop of Salisbury. 
Works ; ed. for the Parker Society by J. 
Ayre. Camb., 1845-50. 4 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Sermon, at Paul's Cross. — Con- 
troversy with H. Cole. — Controversy with M. Harding. 
2. Controversy with Harding. — Exposition upon the 
Epistles to the Thessalonians. — Sermons. — Treatise of 
the sacraments. 3. Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae. — 
Apology in defence of the Church of England. — De- 
fence of the 'Apology'. 4. Biog. memoir of J, — De- 
fence of the 'Apology', pts. 3-6. — P]pistle to Scipio. — 
View of a seditious bull. — Treatise on the Scriptures. 
— Letters. — Miscellaneous pieces. 

— Apologia Ecclesiae Anglicanae. Cantab., 1818. 

12°. 

— Keply to Harding's answer. London, 1656. f*. 

— Life of J. Jewel. {In Wordsworth, C. Eccl. biog., 

v. 3. 1839.) 

Jewell, Willson, M.D. Baptism ; or, The little in- 
quirer. Boston, 1835. 24°. 

Jewelry. Arundel Society. Italian jewellery 
worn by peasants ; col. by Castellani ; [in] 
the S. Kensington Museum. Lond., 1868. f°. 

— DlissiEUX, L., and others. L'orfevrerie fran^aise du 

Moyen Age. {In Annales arched., v. 3. 1845.) — 
Texibr, Abbe. Orfevrerie du Moyen Age. {In v. 4, 
6, 8.) — MoiiTi6, A. Orfevrerie religieuse et vete- 
ments sacerdotaux. (/n v.7.) — Daras, E. Orfev- 
rerie. — Didron, a. N. Orfevrerie du Moyen Age. 
{In v. 8.) — Lequette, — , and Linas. C. de. Or- 
fevrerie du xiiie siecle. {Fn v. 9.) — VOGu6. M. de. 
Orftjvrerie ancienne de la Russie. {In v. 11.) — 
L'orfevrerie au xtiie siecle. (/n v. 13.) — De- 
SCFIAMPS DE Pas, L. Orfevrerie des xiie et xiiie 
siecles. {In v. 14.) — Didron, A. N. Bronzes et 
orfevrerie du Moyen Age. {In v. 19.) — Renaissance 
de l'orfevrerie du Moyen Age. {In v. 20. 1860.) 

— Etat des bijoux et joyanx achetes a Paris pour Mar- 

guerite et Jeanne de Hainaut, 1323. {In Annuaire 
bull, de la Soc. de I'Hist. de France, 1868.) 

— France. Assemblee Nationale. Inventaire des dia- 

mansde la couronne, perles, pierreries, etc. 2e ptie. 
Paris, 1791. 8°. (B 796) 

— Mantz. p. L'orfevrerie fran9aise. {In Gazette des 

beaux-arts, v. 24. 1868.) 

See also Gems ; — Goldsmith's work ; — Silver- 
smiths ; — Plate ; — Precious stones. 

Jewess, The; by W. T. Moncrieff. {In Sargent, E. Mod. 
stand, dr., v. 17.) 

Jewess, The ; a tale, by Miss Rigby. London, 
1843. 16°. 

Jewett, Charles. The rum-seller's and rum-drinker's lam- 
entation. Boston, Jan. 1839. Broadside. (B 1280) 

Jewett, Charles Coffin. Notices of public libraries 
in the United States ; appendix of the 4th 
report of the Smithsonian Inst. Washington, 
1851. 8°. 

— Plan for recording loans [of books from the Public Li- 

brary. Boston, 1866] 8". (E 20) 

— Plan for stereotyping catalogues by separate titles ; and 

for forming a stereotyped catalogue of public libra- 
ries in the U. S. (7% Amer. Assoc. Proc, v.4. 1851.) 

— Plan for the circulation and use of the books in the 

upper hall of the Public Library. Boston, 1861. 8°. 
(E20) 

— Report relative to the library [of the Smithsonian Inst.] , 

Dec. 13, 1848; Jan. 2, 18.50; Dec. 31, 1850; Dec. 1851; 
Jan. 1853. (/?i Smithsonian Inst. Repts., 1849-55.) 

— Smithsonian report on the construction of cat- 

alogues of libraries. Wash., 1852. 8° 
Note. The Catalogue of the Library of Brown Uni- 
versity (1843) was compiled by Mr. Jewett; he made 
a 'Catalogue of the Library of Congress, chap. 1., An- 
cient hist., 1854', and he had the largest share in the 
preparation of the Index to the catalogue of the Bos- 
ton Public Library, Bates Hall (1861). 

— Guild, R. A. Biog. notice of C. C. Jewett. {In 

Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1867.) 
Jewett, E. R. New stvle of relief line engraving ; 

with illustrations. Buffalo, 1864. 4°. 
Jewett, George B. Duty of preaching the Gospel ; sermon. 

Boston, 1854. 8". (B 1295) 



JEWETT 



1581 



JEWS (History) 



Jewett. Emily, Funeral sermon on. 1809. See Sanders, 

D. C. (B 245, 330) 
Jewett, Isaac Appleton. Memorial of S. Appleton. 

Boston, 1850. 81 

— Passages in foreign travel. Bost., 1838. 2 v. 12° 
Jewett, Jedidiah, Sermon, Newbury, Apr. 18, at ordin. of 

D. Toppan. Newburyport, 1774. 8". (B 226) 
Jewett, Jonathan. Report of the trial for the murder of 

J. See Bowen, G. (B 344, 559) 
Jewett, Paul. New England farrier. Newburyport, 1795 

12°. (B1080) 
Jewett, Rev. Wm, Sermon, Divine predestination ; or, The 

sufterings and glory of the saints, n.p., [184-]. S*' 

(B 1285) 
Note. From some col. of sermons by various authors 
Jewish expositor and friend of Israel. Vol. 1-8 

London, 1816-23. 8 v. 8° 
Jewish-German language and literature. Ha gen, F. H 

von der. Die romantische und Volks-Litteratur der 

juden in jiidisch-deutscher Sprache. {In Berlin 

Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 1854.) 

— Steinschneider, M. JUdisch - deutsche Literatur. 

{In Serapeum, v. 9-10. 1848-49.) 
Jewish cEconomy a foundation for the Christian, n.t.p. 8' 

(B 130, 135) 
Jewish spy ; [lettres juives ; by J. B. de Bo)'er,] marq 

d'Argens. 3ded. London, 1766, 65. 5 v. 12". 
Jewitt, John Rodgers. Narrative of adventures 

during a captivity among the savages of 

Nootka Sound. Middletown, 1815. 12°. 

— Journal at Nootka Sound. Boston, 1807. 12". (C 104) 
Jewitt, Llewellynn. Ballads and songs of Derby- 
shire, with notes. London, 1867. 8". 

— Grave-mounds and their contents ; manual of 

archaeology. London, 1870. 8". 
Jewry, Laura. The forest and the fortress. Lon- 
don, 1850. 3 V. 12". 

Jews. Antiquities, Manners and customs. 

— CuNJEUs, P. Derepublica Hebrseorum. Lugd. 

Bat., 1632. 32". 

— De Ql'incey, T. Toilette of the Hebrew ladies. {In 

his Theol. ess., v. 2. 1854.) 

— Du Fresne de Francheville, J. Conformite des 

coutumes des negres de la Guinee avec celles des 
Juifs. {In Serieys, A. Bibl. acad., v. 7. 1811.) 

— Eichhorn, J. G. De Judseorum re scenica. — De 

gemmis scalptisHebraeorura. {In Goettingen. Ges. 
d. Wiss. Comm., 1811-13.) 

— Engel, C. Music of ancient nations, partic. 

of the Hebrews. London, 1864. 8°. 

— EwALD, H. De feriarum Hebrsearum origine ac ra- 

tione. {In Goettingen. Ges. d. Wiss. Comm., 
1832-37.) 

— Ferrario, G. {In his Costume, v. 3. 1829.) 

— Godwin, T. See Jieligion: Ritual (p. 1582). 

— Jennings, D. Jewish antiquities; lectures on 

books i.-iii. of 'Goodwin's Moses and Aaron'. 
9th ed. London, 1837. 8". 

— Kennedy, J. Hebrew servitude and American 

slavery. London, 1863. 16°. 

— Laws, customs, etc., of the Jews. {In Universal 

hist., v. 3. 1747.) 

— Lewis, T. Patriarchal and Jewish servitude no argu- 

ment for American slavery, {hi Fast day sermons. 
1861.) 

— Macknight, J. Jewish antiquities. {In his Har- 

mony of the Gospels. 1763. See Bible, p. 286.) 

— MiscHNA sive totius Hebrseorum juris, rituum, 

antiquitatum, ac legum oralium systema, cum 
Maimonidis et Bartenone commentariis ; Lat- 
initate donavit ac notis illustr. G. Suren- 
husius. Arast., 1698-1703. 3 v. f. 

— Salvador, J. Histoire des institutions de 

Moise et du peuple hebreu. Paris, 1828. 
3 v. 8°. 

— Strauss, F. Helon's pilgrimage to Jerusalem ; 

picture of Judaism in the century b.c. ; tr. 
with notes. London, 1824. 2 v. 12". 

— Tappan, D. Lectures on Jewish antiquities. 

Harvard Univ., 1802-03. Boston, 1807. 8". 



Tychsen. T. C. De commerciis et navigationibus He- 
brseorum ante exilium Babylonicum. {In Goettin- 
gen. Ges. d. Wiss. Comm., 1804-08.) 

See also Law (p. 1582); — also Bible (pp. 271, 
276) ; — Cherubim ; — Moses ; — Sacrifices. 

Bibliography. 
PuERST, J. Bibliotheca Judaica ; mit Ein- 
schluss d. Schriften lib. Juden u. Juden thum. 
Lpz., 1849-63. 3 v. 8°. 
RiBEiRO DOS Santos, A. De huma bibliotheca lusi- 
tana anti-rabbinica, ou Memorial dos escritores por- 
tuguezes que escreverao de controversia anti-judaica. 
{In Lisbon. Ac. d. Sci. Mem. lit., v. 7. 1806.) 
See also Hebrew literature : Bibliography. 

Biography. 
See Bible. Biography (pp. 270, 276, 278, 284). 

Chronology. 

Mailly, J.B. Pastes juifs, romains, et fran- 

9ois. Dijon et Paris, 1782. 2 v. 8°. 
Shurtleff, N. B. Calendar for the Hebrew 

years 5622-60, 1861-1900. Boston, 1863. 8*^. 

Conversion, 

Attempts for the instruction and conversion of the 

Jews recommended, t.p.w. [London, 180-.] 8". 

(C 220) 
Case of the Jews considered with respect to 

Christianity. Dublin, 1755. 12°. 
Concise account of the Lond. Soc. for Prom. Christ- 

ianity amongst the Jews. Boston, 1816. 12". (C 83) 
Cooper, "W. The promised seed ; sermon to the Jews, 

Aug. 28. Boston, 1796 [1797 ?]. 80. (B 151) 
Faber, G. S. The conversion of the Jews ; sermon 

bef. Lond. Soc. for Prom. Christ., etc., Apr. 18. 

London, 1822. 8". (B 288) 
FiSK, P. The Holy Land an interesting field, etc, 

sermon, departure of the Palestine mission. Bos- 
ton, 1819. 8". (B 300) 
Frey, J. S. C. F. Address to Christians in behalf of 

the descendants of Abraham, (/n his Converted 

Jew. 1815.) 
Graves, R. Sermon in aid of the Lond. Soc. for 

Prom. Christ., etc. Dublin, 1811. 8". (B 315) 
Letter to a friend on some popular objections to the 

London Soc. for Prom. Christ., etc. London, 1821. 

12". (C161) 
Levi, D. Letters to J. Priestley in answer to 

those he addressed to the Jews. 3d ed. Lon- 
don, 1793. 8°. 
London Soc. for Prom. Christianity, etc. Address 

to the Jews. %./)., [18-]. 8". (B 795) 

■ WiLLARD, S. The fountain opened ; or. Blessings to 

be dispensed at the national conversion of the Jewn. 
3d ed. {Appended to ^ew&W,^. Phaenomena quae- 
dam apocalyptica. 1727. B 257) 

■ Wolff, J. Kesearches and missionary labours 

among the Jews, Mohammedans, etc. Phila., 
1837. 12°. 

Geography of the Bible, of Palestine. 

See Bible. Geography (pp. 272, 273) ;— Palestine. 

Description. 

History. 
. MiLMAN, H. H. History of the Jews [to 1830]. 
Lond., 1829-30. 3 v. 16°. (Fam. lib., v. 10- 

12.) 

- - Satne. New York, 1843. 3 v. 18°. (Harper s 

fam. lib., v. 1-3.) 

- - Same. 3d ed. London, 1863. 3 v. 8°. 

- EwALD, G. H. A. von. Geschichte des Volkes 

Israel bis Christus [toA.D.70]. 2e Ausg. 
Gottingen, 1851-53, 52-59. 6 v. 8°. 

- - Same. Anhang zum 2n u. 3n Bande. Got- 

tingen, 1854. 8". ^, . 

- - Sa?ne. Prom the German by R. Martmeau. 

(Vol. 1, 2, 2d ed.) Lond., 1869-71. 4 v. 8°. 
Note. Reviewed by Kenan in the Revue d. D. 

- HisTOR?ortCjews?[loB.c.688]. (/n Universal hist., 

V. 3. 4. 1747.) 



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JEWS (Religion) 



- Lenormant, F. [to 588 B.C.] (/« Ais Student's manual 

of Orient hist., v. 1. 1869.) 

- Russell. M. [to a.d. 67.] {^InJiis Palestine, 183- ? 

Harper's fam. lib., v. 27.; 

- Peabody, Miss E. P. Key to history. Pt. 2 : 

The Hebrews, [to a.d. 135]. Eoston, 1833. 
12". 

- Stanley, A. P. Lectures on the history of the Jew- 

ish Church. See Religion (p. 1583). 

- Jahn, J. History of the Hebrew Common- 

wealth [to about A.D. 138; also, Dispersions 
of the Jews] ; tr. by C. E. Stowe. Lond., 
[1839?]. 8°. 

- Gill, J. Notices of the Jews by writers previ- 

ous to A.D. 500. London, 1870. 8*' 

- "Walch, G. Ileise der Kinder Israel aus Egypten in 

das gelobte Land: Canaan, [B.C. 1491. Karte.J 
n.p., 1640. (E 78, no. 300) 

- Newman, F. W. History of the Hebrew mon- 

archy, [B.C. 1128-538]. 2d ed. London, 
1853. 12". 

■ COQUEREL. A. J., fiU. Precis de I'hist. de la Jndee, 

[538 av. Chr.-131 apr. Chr.]. {Inhis Libres etudes. 
1868.) 
Derenbourg, J. Essai sur I'hist. et la geog. 
de la P. d'apr^ les Thalmuds. le ptie: 
hist. [538 av. Chr .-131 apres Clir.]. Paris, 
1867. 8". 

■ Raphael, M. J. Post-Biblical history of the 

Jews, B.C. 420 - 70 c.e. New York, 1866. 

2 V. 12°. 
Cradock, S. Short history of the Jewish affairs, from 

the end of the O. T. to the birth of our Saviour, [b.c. 

336 -A.D.I], (/n his History of the Old Testa- 
ment. 1680.) 
Prideal'x, H. The Old and New Testament 

connected in the history of the Jews, [b.c. 

291 - A.D. 33]. 5th, 3d, 1st ed. London, 

1719, 18. 2 V. in 3 pts. 8°. 
JosEPHus,F. Debello Judaico, [b.c. 168- A.D. 

73]. Lugd., 1546. 8°. 

- French. Histoire de la guerre des Juifs. 

Brux., 1738. 2 v. 12". 

- Eng. Jewish war ; tr. by R. Traill ; ed. by I. 

Taylor. Boston, 1858. 8". 

- Wars of the Jews, epitomized from the works 
of Josephus by R. L'Estrange. London, 
1759. 12° 

Joseph Ben Gorion, pseud. Josippon, etc. ; 
[history, in Hebrew. Cracow, 1595.] 4". 

- History of the latter times of the Jews, [b.c. 

168- A.D. 131]. Leominster, 1803. 12°. 
ReviLLE, A. Le peuple juif sous les Asmoneens et 

les Herodes, [167 av.C.-70 apr. C.]. {In Revue d. D. 

Mondes, sept. 1867.) — La peuple juif et le judaisme 

au temps de la formation du Talmud, [70-500]. {In 

nov. 1867.) 
JosT, I. M. Geschichte der Israeliten seit der 

Zeit der Maccabaer, [b.c 106 - a.d. 1845]. 

Berlin, 1820-47. 10 v. 8°. 

Note. X. 1, 2, entitled Neuere Geschichte der 
Israeliten, 1815-45; x. 3. Culturgeschichte der 
Israeliten, 1815-45. 
Salvador, J. Histoire de la domination ro- 

maine en Judee, et de la ruine de Jerusalem, 

[B.C. 64 - A.D. 137]. Paris, 1847. 2 v. 8°. 

■ Adams, Miss H. History of the Jews, [65- 

1810]. London, 1818. 8°. 

■ Tonna, C. E. Judaea capta, [66-71]. New 

York, 1845. 8°. 

■ MUENTER. P., Bp. The Jewish war under Trajan 

and Hadrian, [70-198]. {In Robinson, E. Biblio- 
theca sacra. 1843.) 

- Salomons, D. Persecution of the Jews at Da- 

mascus. London, 1840. 8°. 
See also Bible. Biog. (pp. 270, 276. 278, 284) and Hist. 
(pp. 273, 276. 285) ; — Easenea ; — Jerusalem ; — Pales- 
tine ; — Syria. 



Judaism and Christianity . 

- Case of the Jews with respect to Christianity. 

Dublin, 1755. 8°. 

- Fayerman, F. Zarah ; that is, Christianity be- 

fore Judaism. Norwich, 1756. 8°. 

- GrASCOYNE, R. The Jews of old; their limited knowl- 

edge both of the work accomplished by Christ and 
of the Christian Church. London, 1852. 12". (C230) 

- Lerminier, E. L'hebraisme et le christianisme. {In 

Revue d. D. Mondes, dec. 1846.) 

- Little, R. Sacred origin and divine authority of the 

Jewish and Christian religions; three sermons. 
Wash., 1823. 8°. (B 288) 

- Martineau, H. Providence as manifested 

through Israel. Boston, 1833. 16°. 

- Palfrey, J. G. Relation between Judaism and 

Christianity. Boston, 1854. 8°. 

- Tertullianus. Answer to the Jews. {In his Writ- 

ings, V. 3. 1870.) 

- Trollope, \V. Essay on the connexion be- 

tween the Jewish and Christian dispensations. 
London, 1822. 8°. 

Language. 
See Hebrew language (pp. 1375, 76). 

Law. 

- Hugo, G. Mosaicarum et Romanarum legum collatio. 

{In his Jus civile, v. 2. 1815.) 

- MiCHAELis, J. D. De legibus quibusdam a Mose eo 

fine latis, ut Israelitis ^gypti cupidis Palaestinam 
caram faceret. {In Goettingen. Ges. d. Wiss, 
Comm., 1754.) 

- Weemes, J. Exposition of the judiciall laws 

of Moses. London, 1636. 8°. 

- Wines, E. C. Commentaries on the laws of 

the ancient Hebrews. New York, 1855. 8°. 
See also Antiquities (p. 1581); — Ritual. 
Literature. 

For the Jewish works in the Hebrew language see 
Hebrew literature (p. 1376); — in other languages the 
Library has works by the following Jews : Josephus; 
— Lewin, R. D'C. ; — Mendelssohn, M. ; — Philo 
JuJceus ; — Raphall, J. ; — Rothschild, C. and A . ; — 
Salvador, J.; — aim Sippurim, eine Sammlung, u.s.w. 
See also Jewish-German (p. 1581). 

Numismatics . 

- Beck, M. F. Monumenta antiqua Judaica. 

Augustse Vindel. Aug. Vind., 1686. 8°. 

- Henlev, S. Remarks on some coins of the Jews. 

{In his Obs. on the fourth Eclogue. 1788.) 

- MiCHAELls, J. D. De siclo ante exilium Babylonicum. 

{In GU)ettingen. Ges. d. Wiss. Comm., 1752.) 

Religion. 
Ritual. 

- BuxTORF, J. Synagoga Judaica. t.p. and e?id 

w. [Francof. a. M.?, 1729?] 16°. 

- Isaacs, H. Ceremonies, etc., of the Jews, with 

prayers used by the Polish and German Jews. 
London, [183-]. 8°. 

- LowMAN, M. Rational of the ritual of the 

Hebrew worship. London, 1748. 8°. 

- Mendelssohn, M. Ritualgesetze der Juden. 

4e Aufl. Berlin, 1799. 8°. 

- Moses ben Maimon. De cultu divino ex M. 

Maimonida? 'Secunda lege, seu manu forti' 
liber viii. ; ex Hebrsco Latinum fecit et notis 
illustr. L. de Compiegne de Veil. Parisiis, 
1678. 4°." 

- - De idololatria cum interp. Lat. et notis D. 

Vossii. n.p., 1668. 4°. 

- Spencer, J. De legibus Hebraeorum ritualibus. 

Cantab., 1727. f°. 

- Weemes, J. Exposition of the ceremoniall laws 

of Moses. London, 1636. 8". 

See also Antiquities (p. 1581) ; — Jews in Spain 
(p. 1584). 



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1583 



JEWS 



Other works. 
Bate, J. Faith of the Jews in the law of 

Moses. London, 1747. 8". 
BuNSEN, C. C. J. The consciousness of God among 

the Hebrews. {In his God in history, v. 1. 1868.) 
Chrysostomus. Adversus Judaeos orationes. {In his 

Opera, v. 1, pt. 2, 1839.) 

• Clakke, J. F. Jewish religion. {In his Ten great 

religions. 1871.) 

D'IsRAELi, I. The genius of Judaism. 2d ed. 
London, 1833. 12*^. 

GoDWYN, T. Moses and Aaron ; civil and 
ecclesiastical rites used by the Hebrews. 
London, 1641. 4°. 

- Same. 7th ed. London, 1655. 4°. 

Gould, S. B. Origin and development of re- 
ligious belief. Vol. 1 : Heathenism and Mo- 
saism. New York, 1870. 8". 

• Leslie, C. Short and easy naethod with the Jews. 

{In his Works, v. 1. 1721.) 
Lewin, R. D'C. What is Judaism? a few 
words to the Jews. New York, 1870. 12". 

• Luc, J. A. de. Lettre aux auteurs juifs d'un mem. 

addr. a Teller. Berlin, 1799. 8". (C 92) 

■ Mackay, R. W. Progress of the intellect in 

the religious development of the Greeks and 
Hebrews. London, 1850. 2 v. 8°. 
Malan, Rev. S. C. Outline of the early Jew- 
ish Church from a Christian point of view. 
London, 1867. S°. 

■ Montagu, R. Acts and monuments of the 

Church before Christ. London, 1642. 4°. 

■ OoRT, H. Worship of Baalim in Israel; tr. 

by J. W. Colenso. London, 1865. 8°. 

- Palfrey, J. G. Lectures on the Jewish Scrip- 

tures and antiquities. Bost., 1838-52. 4 v. 8". 

- Philippson, L. The development of the relig- 

ious idea in Judaism, Christianity, and Ma- 
homedanism; twelve lectures on the history 
and purport of Judaism ; tr. by A. M. Gold- 
smid. London, 1855. 8°. 

- Philo Jtcdceus. See Phllo Judceus. 

- Pond, E. Ancient Church from the captivity 

to the coming of Christ. Boston, 1851. 24". 

- RiviLLE, A. Les prophetcs d'Israel au point de vue 

de la critique historique. {In Revue d. D. Mondes, 
juin 1867.) —Les deux Isaies. {In juil. 1867.) — La 
reh'gion primitive d'Israel et le developpement du 
monotheisme. {In sept. 1869.) — Le judaisme 
depuis la captivite de Babylone. {In mars 1872.) 

- Stanley, A. P. Lectures on the history of the 

Jewish Church. London, 1863. 8". 
See also Alexandrian School ; — Angels ; — Bible 
(pp. 268-291, espec. Theology, morals, etc., p.274); — 
Circumcision; — Essenes ; — Messiah ; — Sacrifice; — 
Taltoud ; — also (p. 1581) Antiquities; — (p. 1582) Ju- 
daism and Christianity. 

Restoration. 

- Burnet, T. Appendix cone, the restoration of 

the Jews, etc. London, 1729. 8° 

- Eyre, J. Observations upon prophecies rel. to 

the restoration of the Jews. Lond., 1771. 8°. 

- LORiMER, J. G. Sermon, Restoration of the Jews to 

their own land and conversion to the faith of Christ. 
{In Suddards, W. Brit, pulpit, v. 2. 1836.) 

- Par.sons, L. The dereliction and restoration of the 

Jews; sermon just before the departure of the Pal- 
estine raiission. Boston, 1819. 8". (B 300) 

- Whiston, W. Lecture on the future restoration of 

the Jews. {In his Mem., v. 2. 1753.) 

Ten tribes. 

- Edrehi, M. B. I. Hist. ace. of the ten tribes set- 

tled beyond the River Sambatyon ; with other 
matters rel. to the Israelites. Lond., 1836. 8°. 

- FORSTER, C. Key to the recovery of the lost ten 

tribes. {In his Monuments. 1859.) 
See also Jews in America. 

199. (25. 9. 76.) 



Miscellaneous icorks. 

— Harby, I. Discourse before the Reformed Soc. of 

Israelites for Prom. True Principles of Judaism 
according to its Purity and Spirit. Charleston, 
1825. 8". (B 1096, 1098) 

— LiGNE. C. J., prince de. Memoire sur les Juifs. (In 

his (Euvres, v. 1. 1809; v. 1. 1860.) 

— Manasseh Ben Israel. Vindiciae Judseorum; or, 

Defence of Jews, {In Phenix, v. 2. 1708.) 

— Noah, M, M. Discourse, consecration of the syna- 

gogue. New York, 1818. 8". (B 446) 

— Parton, J. Our Israelitish brethren. (/«Ais Topics 

of the time. 1871.) 

— Pascheles, W. Sippurim, eine Sammlung 

jiidischer Volkssagen, Erzahlungen, Mythen, 
Chroniken, u. Biographien. (le Samml., 3e 
Aufl.) Prag, 1858, 53-56. 81 

— Smith, E. View of the Hebrews, exhibiting 

the destruction of Jerusalem, restoration 
and present state of Judah and Israel, etc. 
Poultney, Vt., 1823. 12" 

See also Bible {History) ; — Cabala; — Captivity of 
the Israelites ; — Hebrew language ; — Hebrew litera- 
ture; — Jerusalem; — Palestine. 

For novels aboutthe Jews, see Auerbach, B. Dichter 
und Kaufmann, — Spinoza; — Disraeli, B. Miriam Al- 
roy, — Ooniiig.^by; — Kompert, L. Juifs de Boheme, 
— Aus dem Ghetto ; — Lessing, G. E. Nathan ; — SchefF, 
H. Das Koschere Haus; — Strauss, F. A. Helen's pil- 
grimage to Jerusalem, — Judaism in the century B.C. ; — 
Trollope, A. Nina Balatka; — Ware, W. Julian. 

Jews in America. Boudinot, E. Star in the 
West ; or, Attempt to discover the long lost 
ten tribes of Israel. Trenton, N. J., 1816. 8°. 

— Brackenridge, H. M., and others. Speeches 

on the Jew bill, in the House of Delegates of 
Maryland, etc. Phila., 1829. 8°. 

— Thorowgood, T. Digitus Dei ; arguments to 

prove that the Jews inhabite now in America. 
London, 1652. 4°. 

— WoRSLEY, I. View of the Amer. Indians, 

shewing them to be the descendants of the 

ten tribes of Israel. London, 1825. 12°. 
Jews in China. Jem^s in China. {In Amer. Orient. Soc. 

Journ., V. 2. 1851.) — Gibbs, J. W. Jews of Khai- 

fung-fu. {In v. 3. 1853.) 
Jews in England. Blunt, J. E. History of the 

establishment and residence of the Jews in 

England. London, 1830. 8°. 

— Caley, J. The origin of the Jews in England. {In 

Archseologia, v. 8. 1787.) 

— Fortescue, C. Christian profession not the test of 

citizenship. London, 1849. S". (B 1532) 

— Gawler, G, Emancipation of the Jews indispensable, 

etc., for the maintainance of the Protestant profes- 
sion of the empire, etc. London, 1847. 8". (B 1531) 

— Gladstone, W. E. Speech on the removal of Jewish 

disabilities, Dec. 16, 1847. Loud., 1848. 8°, (B 1532) 

— Goldsmid, F. H. Reply to arguments against the re- 

moval of the disabilities of the Jews. London, 
1848. 8°. (B 1531) 

— jEWsinEng. {In Sketchesof popular tumults. 1837.) 

— Macaulay, T. B. Civil disabilities of the Jews. {In 

^is Essays, V. 5. 1844.) ,.„ .^ 

— Mueller, F. M. Are there Jews in Cornwall? {In 

his Chips, V. 3. 1870.) 

Review of the proposed naturalization of the Jews. 

London, 1753. 8". (B 761) 

— Stallard, J. H. London pauperism amongst 

Jews and Christians ; out-door relief. Lon- 
don, 1867. 8°. 

Whately, R., Bp. Speech on a bill for removal of 

disabilities, etc. 2d ed. London, 1834. 8". (E 3) 
Jews in Europe. Bridges, J. H. The Jews of Europe In 
the Middle Ages. {In Oxford essays, 1857.) 

— Cracroft, R. The Jews of Western Europe. {In 

his Essays, v. 2. 1868.) 
Jews in France. Discours prononce h I'Assem. des Is- 

raelites de I'Empire Fran9. etdu Roy. d'ltalie. n.t.p. 

[1807.] 8» (C 87) , ^ ,, , 

Jews in Holland. Esquiuos, A. {In Revue d. D. Hon des 

oct. 1856.) 
Jews in Italy. See Jews in France. 



JEWS 



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JOANNES 



Jews in Portugal. Ferreira Gordo, J. J. Sobre os 
Judeos em Portugal. (/« Lisbon. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., 
V. 8. 182.3.) , . , . ^ 

Jews in Prussia. Hoffmann, J. G. Uebersicht d. bei d. 
statist. Bureau zu Berlin vorhand. Nachr. iib. die 
Anzahl und Verraebrung der Juden im preuss. 
Staate, u. ub. deren Vertheilung. {In Berlin. Ak. 
d. Wiss. Abb., 1842.) „,. . ^ t 

Jews in Russia. Dohm. C. G. Memoires sur I'etat des Is- 
raelites. Paris, 1819. S" (B 1013) 

Jews in Spain. [Sepher t'philloth ; book of daily 
prayers according to the Span. rite. Amst., 

1764.] 12«. 
Martinez Marina, F. AntigUedadea hispano-he- 

breas couvencidas de supuestaa y fabulosas. {In 

Madrid. Ac. de I'Hist. Mem., v. 3. 1799.) 
Jingle, Bob, pseud. The association, etc., of delegates ot 

the colonies at the grand Congress at Fhila., Sept. 1, 

versified and adapted to music, n.p., 1774. 8". (B 

378, W 26) 
Joachim Florensis or Calaber. Hahn, C. TJ. Ge- 

schichte Joachim's vonTloris, u.s.w. Stuttg., 

1850. 8°. (Gesch. der Ketzer im Mittelalter, 

V. 3.) 
Ren AN, J. E. J. et I'evangile eternel. {In Revue d. 

D. Monde8,juil. 1866.) 

— Jacobus Grcecus Syllanoms. {In Acta sanct., v. 20. 

1866.) 
Joachim, Georgius. Narr. de libris revolutionum, etc.. N. 

Copcrnici. (/?i Kepler, J. Prodr. diss, cosmog. 1621.) 
Joam de Santiago. Sermam nas festas da canoniza^ao de 

S. Luis Gonzaga e de S. Estanislao Koska, 6 de 

Agosto de 1727. Lisboa, 1728. 4°. (B 1863) 
Joan of Arc. See Dare, J. 
Joan {Lat. Joanna or Joannes Anglicns), reputed Pope. Al- 

LACCi, L. Confutatio fabulse de Joanna papissa. 

{In Byzant. hist, scr., v. 23. 1733.) 

— Delepierre, O. {In his Historical difficulties. 1868.) 

— SCHELHORN, J. G. Argumenta contra Joannse puer- 

perium. — Wagenseil, J. C. Diss, ined.de Joanna 
papissa. {In Schelhorn, J. G. Amoen. lit., v. 1. 
1730,) — ALiiACcr, L. Confutatio fabulse de Joanna 
papissa ex monuraentis Grsecis. — Paltiienius, J. 
P. Epistola de Joanna papissa; — Epistola de Jo- 
anna papissa commentitia. {In v. 9. 1728.) 

Joanna, St., Qtceen of Portugal. Bayam, J. P. {In his 
Portugal glorioso. 1727.) 

Joanna, of France. Genlis, Mme. S. F. D. de St. A. de. 
Jeanne de France; roraan hist. (Vol. 63,64 of her 
ffiuvres. 1826.) 

Joanna i., Qubqu of Naples. Brantome, P. de B. 
de. {In his CEuvres. v. 5. 1823.) 

— Caracciolo, T. (/?i Muratori, L. A. Rcr. Ital. scr., 

V. 22. 1733; — a7id in Gravier, C. Rac, v. 6. 1769.) 

— Ellet, M7's. E. r. Scenes in the life of Joanna 

of Sicily. Boston, 1840. 12". 

— Jameson, 3Irs. A. {In her Mem. of eel. female sov., 

V. 1. 1831; — and in Harper's fara. lib., v. 33, 34.) 

Joanna ii.. Queen of Naples. Jameson, Mrs. A. {In her 
Mem. of eel. female sov., v. 1. 1831; — and in Har- 
per's fam. lib., V. 33, 34.) 

Joanna of Naples; [by Mrs. L. J. Hall]. Boston, 
1838. 12°. 

Joanna of Navarre. Queen of Henry iv., 6. about 1370. 
Strickland, A. {In her Queens of Eng., v. 3. 1840.) 

Joanna, Queen of Spain. Bergenroth, G. A., ed. 
Calendar of letters, despatches, and state 
papers rel. to the negociations between Eng. 
and Spain ; suppl. to v. 1, 2. Lond., 1868. 8". 

Joanna of Valois. Boniface, J. H. {In his Les trois 
reines, v. 1. 1854.) 

Joanna d'Albret, Queen of Navarre, b. 1528. Poe- 
sies. {I7i Auguis, P. R. Poetes fran^ois, v. 4. 1824.) 

— MuRET, T. C. Hist. deJ. Paris, 1862. W. 
Joanne, Adolphe Laurent. Itineraire general de la 

France. Paris, 1863-[72]. 10 v. 16°. 
Contents. Bretagne, 1867. — La Loire et le centre, 
1868. — Le nord. 1869. — Paris illustre, 1870. 3e ed. 
[1870.] — De Paris a la Mediterranee, 1863-6.5. 2 v. — 
Les environs de Paris illustres. 2e ed. 1868. — Les 
Pyrenees, 1862. — Les Pyrenees. 3e ed. 1868. — Vosges 
et Ardennes, 1868. — Normandie. 2e ed. 1872. 
Joannes. See also Giovanni ; — Jean ; — John. 
Joannes, abbas Casinensis. Chronicon postremorum com- 
itum Capuae. {In Muratori, L. A. Rer. Ital. scr., 
v. 2, pt. 1. 1723.) 



Joannes, abbas Gorziensis. Vita Chrodegangi episc. Met- 
tensis. {In Pertz. Men. Germ., Scr., v. 10. 1852.) 

— Johannes, abbas S. Arnulfi. {In Acta sanct., v. 6. 

1865.) 
Joannes, archiep. Ravennai. Vita. {In Muratori, L. A. 

Ker. Ital. scr., v. 1, pt. 2. 1725; —and in Sardinia. 

Hist, patr., Scr., v. 3. 1848.) 
Joannes Anagnostes. De extremo Thessalonicensi excidio. 

{In Niebuhr. Byzant. hist., v. 36. 1838.) 
Joannes Aiitiochenus or Malelas. See Malelas, J. 
Joannes Bassandus. Vita. {In Acta sanct., v. 39. 1868.) 
Joannes Beverlacensis. Abp. of York. Folcardus Bertin- 

ianus. {In Acta sanct., v. 15. 1866.) 
Joannes Biclarensis or Gerundensis. Chronicon. — Vida 

y santidad del Biclarense. {In Florez, H. Espana 

sagrada, v. 6. 1751.) 
Joannes Camtniata. De excidio Thessalonicae. {In By- 

zantinse hist, scr., v. 16. 1729; — andin Niebuhr. 
. Byzant. hist., v. 33. 1838.) 
Joannes Climacus or scholasticus. Escala espiritual. {In 

Granada, L. de. Obras, v. 3. 1863; v. 11 of Aribau. 

Bibl.) 
Joannes Columbinus. Rossi, G. B. Vita B. Joannis. {In 

Acta sanct., v. 34. 1868.) 
Joannes de Capistrano, St. Voigt, G. {In Historische 

Zeitschrift, v. 10. 1863.) 
Joannes de Fordun. Tytler, P. F. {In his Lives of 

Scottish worthies, v. 2. 1832. Fam. lib., v. 30.) 
Joannes de Monte Mirabili. Scysken, S., et monachus 

ANON. co.EVUS. Vita B. Joannis. (/n Acta sanct., 

V. 48. 1865.) 
Joannes rfe Oxenedes. Chronica, [871-1292] ; ed.by 

H.Ellis. Lond., 1859. 8". (Chron. and mem.) 
Joannes, diaconus Neapolitanus. Martyrium S. Procopii. 

— Chronicon episcoporum Ncapolitanse Ecclesiae ad 

872. {In Muratori, L. A. Ker. Ital. scr., v. 1, pt. 2. 

1725.) — Vita S. Athanasii episcopi Neapol. {In 

V. 2, pt. 2. 1726.) 
Joannes, diaconus Venetus, Chronicon Venetum et Gra- 

dcnse ad 1008. {In Pertz. Mon., Scr.. v. 7. 1846.) 
Joannes Eleemosynarius, St. Leontius of Neapolis. La 

vie de St. Jean I'aumonier. {In Arnauld d'Andilly, 

R, Vies des saints, v. 1. 1716; — and in Acta 

sanct., V. 3. 186.3.) 

— Simeon Metaphrastes. Vita. {In Acta sanct., v. 3. 

1863.) 
Joannes Epiphaniensis. Fragm. {In Mueller, C. Fr. 

hist. Gr., v. 4. 1851.) 
Joannes E\iboicus. Sermo in infantes ab Herode occisos. 

{In Mai, A. Class, auct., v. 10. 1838.) 
Joannes Ferruriensis. Excerpta ex annalibus principum 
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tium ; ad Caprasium monachun\f — Comment, in strat- 
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Frag, perpetui comment, in evang. S. Marci. — Nota- 
bilia frag, comment, in B. Lucae ev. — In Lucam per- 
petui comment, excerpta sive fragmenta minora. — 
Uomilioe. In Joseph, de castitate. — vi. in Job. — In 
psalmos Davidicos. — In diversos psalmos. — De tribus 
pueris, et de fornace Babylonica. — De Susanna.— De de- 
collatione S. Johannis Bapt. ; de muliere mala et bona, — 
Devitandis scandalis. — De divite et paupere et de elee- 
mosyna facienda. — XIV. in Marcum. — v. in Lucam. — 
III. in Joannem. — In laudem crucis, et de transgressione 
Adarai. — Deeucharistia in encaeniis. — In ascensionem 
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Christi divinitate, et aeterno ejus regno. — De fide, et 
lege naturae. — De ecclesia. — In sanctos Petrum ct 
Paulum. — In S. Thomam apost. — In duodecim apos- 
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tate hujus saeculi. — De cceco et Zachaeo. — De pseudo- 
prophetisethaereticis. — Tractatus in terraemotum, etin 
divitem et Lazarum, atque unde servitus orta sit. — 
Sermo de sancta et consubstantiali trinitate. 2. F. P. 
Wastelii Vindiciarum libri lii.; quibus Joanni opera 
hactenus incognita adstruuntur. 

Note. 'There is no good reason for ascribing 
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Joannes Laudensis. Vita B. Petri Damiani. {In Acta 
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— Vita. {In Acta sanct., v. 43. 1868.) 

Joannes Padovanus. Libri secretorum de lapide philoso- 
phorum. {In Trissmosinus, S. Aureura vellus. 
1708.) 



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JOHN 



30B.nnQB Philoponus grammaticm. De Graecse linguae 

ei!tva.v.^i;^fl?.^^• '- I^-icon. 1667; al<., 

Joannes Saresberiensis or Sarisbicriensis, i.e. of 

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Oxonii, 1848. 5 v. S". 

GonUnU. Vol. 1, 2. Epistolae, 3, 4. Polycraticus. 

5. Metalogicus. - De septem septenis. - Entheticus sive 

de dogmatx3 philosophonim. — De membris conspiran- 

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— Brial, J. J Do deux rass, latins conten. les lettres 

de J. de Sahsburi. {In Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Inscr. 

Isot., V. 9. 1813.), 
Joannes Scotus Erigena. See Scotus Erigena. 
Joannes Secundus. See Secundus, J.N. 
Joannes Taussinianns ep. Ferrariensis. Vita (In Acta 

sanct., V. 32. 1868.) 
Joannes a S. Facundo, St. Joannes IlispalensU. (In 

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Joannes Baptista Mantuanus. See Baptista. 
Joannes Bonvisius. See Giovanni Bonvisio. 
Joannes Cananus. See Cananus. 
Joannes Cassianus, St., abb. Massilioe. Vita. (In Acta 

sanct., V. 32. 1868.) ^ 

Joannes Chrysostomus, St. See Chrysostomus, J. 
Joannes de Deo, St., d. 1550. Castro, P. de. Vita S. J. 

- GOLVEA, A. Vita S. J. (/« Acta sanct., v. 7. 

I860.) 
Joannes Dominicus, St. Joannes Carolus Florentinus. 

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Joannes Gualbertus, St. Vita. {In Acta sanct., v. 30. 

1867.) 

Joannides, N. Evperr/piov rfiq '^XkrrviKfiq vofiohjyiag, 

'emfieMa A. A. lyovra. Tou. 1-3. A-Apuev. 

'A'&Tivlim, 1846-47. 3 v. 8". 
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Jocundus, Joannes. See Giocondo, G. 



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— ISTiCERON, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 28. 1734.) 
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Joel. See Bible, minor prophets (p. 281). 

Joel. Chronographia corapendiaria. (/n Byzantin» hist, 
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Joensen (Z,a«. Joensenius) or Joensig {Lat. Jonsius), Johann. 
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Johanna von Montfaucon, von A. v. Kotzebue. {In his 

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John xxiii. [Baldassare Cossa], Pope. Testamente, 1419. 

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John, King, trovatore. Romanza. {In Trucchi, F. Poesie 

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See also Bale, J. Kinge Johan. {In Camden 
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John III. [Sobieski], King of Poland. Milton, J. Dec- 
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John IV., King of Portugal. Right and title of J. {In 
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John v.. King of Portugal. Antonio da Assumpcao. 
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John of Austria, Prince, b. 1545, d. 1578. RuFO, J. G. La 
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John of Beverly. See Joannes Bcwrlacensis. 

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Broooklyn, 1863. 12°. 



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John the Constant, Elector of Smony. Jagemann, C. F. 

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John a Kent and John a Cumber; comedy. See Munday, 

A. 
John Bon and Mast person ; ed. bv W. H. Black. 

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John Brent; by T. Winthrop. Boston, 1862. 12°. 
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Note. Title page and index wanting to v. 2, 3, 5. 
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John George in. ChurfUrst Johann Georg III. bei dem 

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Univ. Soteria Joh. Georgio quum Silesiam 

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Johnes, Arthur James. Suggestions for a reform of 

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— Legislation applied to infant colonies; a letter to the 

commissioners of the Assoc, for the British coloni- 
zation of New Zealand. London, 1838. 8°. (B 1187. 
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Johns, Bennett George. Blind people ; their works 
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Johns, Eugenia, {pseitd. E. IVIarlitt). Countess 
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— Gold Elsie ; from the German by Mrs. Wister. 

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— Magdalena ; tr. ; [also] The lonely ones, tr. from 

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Johns, Evan. Happiness of Amer. Christians ; thanksgiving 

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Johns, Henry V. D. Address, inaug. of G. Junkin as Pres. 

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— Prot. Episc. pastor teaching the people to keep the 

doctrines. Bait., 1842. 8". (B 1295) 

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— Sermon ; The act of creation an emblem of the Christ- 

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Johns, John. Bp. of Va. Annual sermon before the Board 
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— Confirmation, an argument for its authority and use. 

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— Great grief of Jesus at the grave of Lazarus. {In 

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Johns, Montgomery. Clinical phrase book ; in Eng- 
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John's fag in Dame Europa's school. London, 1871. 16°. 
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John's governor visits Dame Europa's school. Edin., 1871. 
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John's uncle thinks it time to say a word. 4th ed. with app. 
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Johnson, — . Vindication of the Bp. of Condom's 
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Johnson, Abraham, pseud. Lucina sine concubitu. See 
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Johnson, Alexander, M.D. [Circular letter on recovering 
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— Directions for an extension of the practice of recover- 

ing persons apparently dead, n.t.p. 8° (W 45) 

— Relief from accidental death ; or. Summary directions 

in verse. London, 1789. 8°. (C 159, W 45) 
Johnson, Alexander Bryan. Liquiry into the na- 
ture of value and capital. N. Y., 1813. 8°. 

— Address at Utica, Dec. 9. Utica, 1824. 8". (B 936) 

— Discourse on language. Utica, 1832. 8° (B 1100) 

— Method of acquiring a full knowledge of the English 

language. Utica, 1831. 8°. (B 1099) 

— Oration. Utica, July 5. Utica, 1824. 8°. (B 1202) 

— Treatise on banking. {I7i Banker's commonplace 

book. 1851.) 

— Treatise on language. New York, 1836. 8°. 
Johnson, Rev. Alfred. The divinity of Christ consistent 

with the unity of God; sermon. [Belfast, 1822.1 8°. 
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— Sermon, New-Gloucester, Feb. 10; ordination of E. 

Moseley. Portland, 1802. 8°. (B 1879) 
Johnson, Alvin J. Johnson's new illustrated fam- 
, ily atlas ; with physical geography and de- 
scriptions, etc.; by R. S. Fisher. New York, 
1864. f°. 
Johnson, Andrew. Speeches ; with a biog. introd. 
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— Savage, J. Life and public services of J., 

incl. state papers, speeches, etc. New York, 
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Life. {In Raymond, H. J. Life of A. Lincoln. 1864; 

— and in his Our living representative men. I860.) 



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— United States. iOth Cong. 2d sess. Sup- 

plement to the Congressional globe ; cont. 
the proc. of the Senate sitting for the trial of 
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Johnson, Bev. Andrew. In what way can the endowed 
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Johnson, Artemas N. Vocal music in common schools. (In 
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Johnson, Christopher Turner. Practical essay on 

cancers. Phila., 1811. 12° 
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Lond., 1842. 2 v. 8°. 

— Same. Amer. ed., adapted to the U. S. Phila., 

1844. 8°. 

— Life of Sir E. Coke. London, 1837. 2 v. 8°. 
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Johnson, Capt. Edward. History of New England, 
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— Same. Wonder-working providence. 1658. {In 

Gorges, F. Amer. painted to the life. 1659.) • 

— Same. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 12, 14, 17, 18. 

1814-19.) 

— .Same. With introd. by W. F. Poole. Ando- 

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Johnson, Edward, M.D. Life, health, and disease. 
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Johnson, Elias, et al. vs. Low, P., et al. Report 
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Johnson, Evan M. Communion of saints; disc, Brooklyn, 
with app. Brooklyn, 1848. 8°. (B 1295) 

— Decline of religion and its causes; sermon before the 

convention of the Prot. Episc. Church, New York, 
Oct. 6. Brooklyn, 1836. 8°. (B 1463) 

— Missionary fanaticism opposed to Christian zeal; dis- 

course. New York, 1839. 8". (B 1295) 

— Toleration; discourse, Brooklyn, thanksgiving, Dec. 

10. New York, 1835. 8°. (B 1253) 
Johnson, F. (Francis ?). Bradsiiaw, W. Unrea- 
sonablenesse of separation ; an examination 
of Johnson's reasons. Dort, 1614. 8°. 



Johnson, Fred H. Every man his own guide to 
Niagara Falls, Montreal, and Saratoga. 
Rochester, 1852. 16°. 

— Sketches in the South of France and the Pyre- 

nees. London, 1857. 8°. 

— Statistics of Niagara Falls. Buffalo, 1848. 32°. (D 41) 
Johnson, G. J. Is it desirable to amend the present law 

which gives the personal property and earnings of 
the wife to her husband? {In Nat. Assoc. Prom. 
Soc. Sci. Trans., 1868.) 

Johnson, George. Materia medica. {In Smedley, E., and 
others. Encyc. metrop., v. 7. 1845.) 

Johnson, George, tr. Morning and evening prayer of the 
Prot. Episc. Ch.. with hymns ; [in Ottawa]. Detroit, 
1844. 18". (E 54) 

Johnson, George Wm. Dictionary of modern gar- 
dening ; ed. by D. Landreth. Phila., 1847. 8°. 

— The Fairfax correspondence ; memoirs of the 

reign of Charles i. London, 1848. 2 v. 8°. 
Johnson, H. C. Ross. A long vacation in the Argen- 
tine Alps. London, 1868. 8°. 
Johnson, Henry. South Staffordshire coal-field. {In Tim- 

mins's Resources of Birmingham. 1866.) 
Johnson, Henry James. Sketch of the life of Dr. J. 

Johnson. London, 1846. 8". (B 1458) 
Johnson, James or William. Deliverance in a voyage to 

the East. {In Harris, J. Col. of voy., v. 2. 1705.) 
Johnson, James, M.D., d. 1845. Change of air, or 

Diary of a philosopher in pursuit of health, 

etc. 'London, 1831. 8°. 

— Derangements of the liver, internal organs, and 

nervous system. London, 1818. 8°. 

— Same. 3d ed. London, 1820. 8°. 

— Lifluence of civic life on health and happiness. 

London, 1818. 8°. 

— Influence of tropical climates on Europeans. 

London, 1815. 8°. 

— Morbid sensibility of the stomach and bowels. 

London, 1828. 8°. 

— Nature, cure, and prevention of gout. London, 

1819. 8°. 

— Pilgrimages to the Spas. London, 1841. 8°. 

— Tour in Ireland. London, 1844. 8°. 

— Johnson, H. J. Sketch of the life and writings of J. 

London, 1846. 8". (B 1458) 

Johnson, James, of Baltimore . Oration on the cent, anniv. of 
Washington's birth, [1832]. Bait., 1835. 12°. (B1572) 

Johnson, James, o/i?o.v^o«. Livermore, G. Trib- 
ute to the memory of J. Boston, 1855. 8°. 
Another copy. (B 1452) 

Johnson, James C. The cherub ; songs for Sabbath 
schools. Boston, [1863]. obi. 16°. 

Johnson, James Rawlins. Treatise on the medi- 
cinal leech. London, 1816. 8°. 

— Further observations on the medicinal leech. 

London, 1825. 8°. 
Johnson, Rev. John, of Liverpool. The love of God; a 

sermon, funeral of S. Huuter, Jr. Liverpool, 1758. 

8°. (1895) 
Johnson, Rev. .Tohn. Interesting correspondence between 

.T. and E. Jones, rel. to the change in her opinions. 

New York, 1817. 8". (B 538) 
Johnson, John, printer. Typographia ; or, Printers' 

instructor. London, 1824. 2 v. 12° 
Johnson, John B. Eulogy on Washington ; sermon, Feb. 

22. Albany, 1800. 8". (E 48) 

— Farewell sermon, Sept. 26. Albany, 1802. 8". (B 320) 

— Or.ation on union. New York, 1794. 8°. (B998) 
Johnson, John Edgar. Monks before Christ ; their 

spirit and history. Boston, 1870. 8°. 

Johnson, John Lipscomb. The University memo- 
rial ; sketches of the Alumni of the Univ. of 
Virginia who fell in the Confederate war. 
Bait., 1871. 5 v. in 1. 8°. 

Johnson, John Mordaunt. Catalogue of the Ist 
part of his library, sold 1817 ; ms. prices; 
with memoir of his life. London, 1817. 8°. 

Johnson, Josepli. See Minet, H. (B 1841) 



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Johnson, Joseph, 3LD. Oration before the Medical Soc. of 
S. Carolina, Dec.24, 1807. Charleston, 1808. 8". (B407) 

Johnson, Prof. L. Elementary arithmetic. Ra- 
leigh, N. C, 1864. 12". 

Johnson, Lorenzo. The spirit of Roger Williams. 
Boston, 1839. 16°. 

Johnson, Matthew. Publication of preferential securities. 
Un Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1859.) 

Johnson. Oliver. Consider this ye that forget God; diss, 
on future punishment. Boston, 1831. 8° (B 1239, 
1358) 

Johnson, Reverdy. Letter on a penny postage be- 
tween Gr. Brit, and the U. S. London, 

[1869]. r. 

— Memorial to the legislature of Maryland; with app. 

Bait., 1840. 8° (B 1360, 1448, 1663) 

— Remarks on the power of Congress to pass the law of 

venue for D. C, Apr. Wash., 1848. 8". (B 1502) 

— Reply to the review of Judge Advocate Gen. 

Holt of the proceedings in Fitz John Porter's 
case. Bait., 1863. 8°. 

— Same. — Speech before the Brooklyn McClellan Cen- 

tral Association, Oct. 21, 1864. {In Hand-book of 
the Democracy.) 

— Speech on the ten regiment bill, Jan. 10, 11. "Wash., 

1848. 8°. (B 1502) 
Johnson, Richard. Landing among the Samoeds, 1556. {In 
Hakluyt, R. Col. of vey., v. 1. 1809.) 

— Voyage into Persia. 1565. {In Hakluyt, R. Col. of 

voy., V. 1. 1809; — and in Harris, J. Col. of voy., 
V. 1. 1705.) 
Johnson, Richard. Crown garland of golden roses. 
From the ed. of 1612. Ed. bv W. Chap- 
pell. I Part 2. Fromtheed. of 1659. Lon- 
don, 1842-45. 2 pt. 8°. (Percy Soc, v. 6, 
15.) 

— Look on me. London, 1613. {In Collier, J. P. lUust. 

of early Eng. lit., v. 2. 1864.) 

— Nine worthies of London. London, 1592. {In Har- 

leian miscel., v. 12. 1811.) 

— Pleasant conceits of Old Hobson, the merry 

Londoner, 1607; ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 
London, 1843. 12", (Percy Soc, v. 9.) 

— Same. {In Hazlitt, W. C. Shakespeare jest books, 

V. 3. 1864.) 

— Pleasant walkes of Moore-fields. 1607. {In Collier, 

J. P. lUust. of early Eng. lit., v. 2, 1864.) 
Johnson, Richard Mentor. Speech on a proposition 
to abolish imprisonment for debt, Jan. 14. Boston, 
1823. 8°. (B 533) 

— Sunday mails; report. Bost., 1829, 8° (B 1374, 1814) 

— Authentic biography of J. Boston, 1834. 12°. 

— Wilson, T. {InJiin Biog. of Amer. heroes, v. 2, 1819.) 
Johnson, Richard W. Dodge, W. S, {In his Hist, of the 

old 2d division. Army of the Cumberland. 1804.) 

Johnson, Robert. Inaug. diss, on the influenza. {In Cald- 
well, C. Med. theses, v. 2. 1806.) 

Johnson, Robert G. Memoir of J. Fen wi eke. {In New 
Jersey Hist. Soc. Proc, v. 4. 1849-50. ) 

Johnson, Robert W. Speech on the bill to limit 
and define the terms of office of principal 
officers or heads of departments. Senate, 
C. S., Feb. 9. Richmond, 1864. 8°. 

Johnson, S. M. Free government in England and 
America. New York, 1864. 8°. 

Johnson, Samuel, b. 1649, d. 1703. Argument proving that 
the abrogation of James, and the promotion of the 
Prince of Orange, was according to the constitution. 
London, 1692. 4° (B 7) 

— Same. 5th ed. London, 1693. 4". (B 23) 

— Essay [on] parliaments at a certainty; or kalends of 

May. London, 1693. 4°. (B 1899) 

— Letter from Oxford [on] S. J.'s late book. Oxford, 

1693. 4» (B 7) 

— Remarks upon Sherlock's 'Case of the allegiance due 

to sovereign powers'. 2d ed. Lond., 1690. 4". (B7) 
Johnson, Samuel, Pres. of Columbia Coll., h. 1696, d. 1772. 
Ethices elementa; or, First principles of moral phi- 
losophy. Boston, 1746. 8". (B 70) 

— Letter from Aristocles to Authades on the sovereignty 

of God. Boston, 1745. 8». (C 43, 198) 

— Second letter to his dissenting parishioners in answer 

to 'Some remarks', He, by J. G[rahaml. Boston, 
1734. 8". (B 130, C 25) 



— Sermon, obligations to love and delight in the public 

worship of God, Stratford, 1744, with prayers, etc. 
Boston, 1746. 8°. (B 67, 584) 

— Graham, J. Remarks upon [J.'s] Letter from a min- 

ister of the Ch. of Eng. to his dissenting parishion- 
ers; with a vindication of the Presbyterians, n.j).. 
1733. 8". (C 25) 
Johnson, Samuel, LL.D.,b. 1709, d. 1784. Works ; 
ed. by A. Chalmers. Essay on his life and 
genius, by A. Murphy. Lond., 1806. 12 v. 8". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Essay. — London. — The vanity 
of human wishes. — Irene. — Miscellaneous poems. 2. 
Philological tracts. The plan of an English dictionary. 

— Preface to the English dictionary. — Miscel.-observa- 
tions on the tragedy of Macbeth. — Proposals for print- 
ing the works of Shakespeare. — Preface to the works 
of Shakespeare. — General observ. on Shakespeare's 
plays. — Account of the Harleian library. — Essay on 
the origin and importance of fugitive pieces. — Account 
of the life of Cellini. — View of the controversy between 
Crousaz and Warburton. — Preliminary disc, to the 

•London chronicle, 1757. — Introd. to the World dis- 
played. — Preface to the Preceptor. — Preface to Rolfs 
dictionary. — Preface to the tr. of Father Lobo's voyage. 

— Essay on epitaphs. Political essays. Observations 
on the state of affairs in 1756. — Introduction to the Po- 
litical state of Great Britain. Aliscellaneous essays. 
Review of 'Memoirs of the court of Augustus', T. 
Blackwell. — Review of Four letters from Newton to 
Bentley. — Review of a 'Journal of eight days journey 
from Portsmouth to Kingston upon Thames by Mr. H***. 

— Reply to a paper in the Gazetteer. — Review of 'An 
essay on the writings and genius of Pope'. — Introd. to 
the proc. of the committee for cloathing French prison- 
ers of war. — On the bravery of the English common 
soldiers. — Consid. on the plans for the construction of 
Black Friars bridge. — Some thoughts on agriculture, 
anc. and mod. — Further thoughts on agric. — The 
vision of Theodore, the hermit of Teneriffie. 3. Diss, 
upon the Greek comedy ; tr. from Brumoy. — Dedica- 
tions. — Preface to Payne's 'Tables of interest'. — 
Johnson's nos. of the Adventurer. — Rasselas. 4, 5, 6. 
The rambler. 7. The idler. 8. Preface to an essay 
on Milton's use and imitation of the moderns in his Para- 
dise lost. — Letter to Mr. Douglas, occas. by his vindi- 
cation of Milton; by W. Lauder. — Review of [S. 
Jenyns'] 'Free enquiry into the nature and origin of 
evil'. — The false alarm. — Thoughts on the late trans- 
actions resp. Falkland's Islands. — The patriot; ad- 
dressed to the electors of Gr. Britain. — Taxation no 
tyranny; an answer to the resolutions and address of 
the American Congress. — Journey to the Western Isl- 
ands of Scotland. 9-11. Lives of English poets. 12. 
Lives of eminent persons: Sarpi ; — Boerhaave; — 
Blake ; — Drake ; — Barretier ; — Morin ; — Burman ; — 
Sydenham ; — Cheynel ; — Cave; — King of Prussia ; — 
Browne; — Ascham. — Letters. — Prayers. 

— Account of the Harleian librarv. (/n Maittaire, M. 

Catal. biblioth. Harl., v. 1. 1743.) 

— Considerations on the corn laws. {In Hamilton, W. 

G. Pari, logic. 1808.) 

— Debates in Parliament, 1740-43. London, 1787. 

2 v. 8°. 

— Dictionary of the English language, abstracted 

from thefolio ed. London, 1756. 2 v. 8". 
Contents. Vol. 1. A grammar. — Diet., A - I. 
2. L-Z. 

— Same. 4th ed. London, 1773. 2 v. f«. 

— Same. [With] a history of the language and 

an Eng. grammar. London, 1786. 2 v. 4". 

— Same. Edin., 1797. 8°. 

— Same. [With add.] 9th ed. London, 1805. 

4 V. 8°. 

— Same. In miniature ; by J. Hamilton. 3d 

Amer. ed. Boston, 1810. 12°. 
Ivdte. 'See also Mason, G. Suppl. to J.'s diet., cor- 
recting errors and omissions. N. Y., 1803. 8° ; — and 
Latham, R. G. Dictionary founded on that of S. John- 
son, as ed. by H. J, Todd. 2 v. in 4. Lond., 1866-70. 4°. 

— The false alarm. London, 1770. 8°. (B 591) 

— Idler. {In Harrison's Brit, classics, v. 8. 1787; — and 

Vol. 33-34 of Chalmers, A. Brit. ess. 1802.) 

— Irene. {In Bell's Brit, theatre, v. 25. 1797; — and in 

Scott, Sir W. Brit, dr., v. 1, pt. 2. 1804.) 

— Life of Cowley. {In Cowley, A. Works, v. 1. 1809.) 

— Life of Milton, with a critical diss. {In Milton, J. 

Paradise lost, v. 1. 1796.) 



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— Lives of eminent English poets ; with erit. obs. 

Charlestown, 1810. 2 v. 8° 
Contents. Vol. 1. Cowley. — Denham. — Milton. — 
Butler. — J. Wilraot, Earl of Rochester. — W. Dillon, 
Earl of Roscommon. — Otway. — Waller. — Pomfret. 

— C. Sackville, Earl of Dorset. — Stepney. —J. Philips. 

— Walsh. —Dryden. — Edm. Smith. — Duke. — King. — 
Sprat. — C. Montague, Earl of Halifax. — Parnell. — 
Garth. — Rowe. — Addison. — Hughes. — J. Sheffield, 
Duke of Buckingham. 2. Prior. — Congreve. — 
Blackmore. — Fentoji. — Gay. — Granville. — Yalden. — 
Tickell. — Hammond. — Somerville. — Savage. — Swift. 

— Broome. — Pope. — Chr. Pitt. — Thomson. — Watts. 

— A. Philips. — West. — Collins. — Dyer. — Shenstone. 
-Young. — Mallet. —Akenside. — Gray. — Lyttleton. 

— Lives of the English poets ; and a criticism on 

their works. Dublin, 1779. 8°. 
Contents. Cowley. — Waller. — Milton. — Butler. — 
Dryden. — Denham. — Sprat. — Roscommon. — Roch- 
ester. — Yalden. — Otway. — Duke. — Dorset. — Hali- 
fax. — Stepney. —Walsh. — Garth. — King. — Philips. 

— Smith. — Pomfret. — Hughes. 

— The patriot; addressed to the electors of Gr. Britain. 

London, 1774. 8". (B 681) 

— Poems. Un Anderson, R. Brit, poets, v. 11. 1795; — 

Chalmers, A. Eiig. poets, v. 16. 1810; — and in 
Campbell, T. Brit, poets, v. 6. 1819.) 

— Poetical works; with account of [his] life. {In Poet- 

ical works of Smollett, Johnson, and Goldsmith. 
1810.) 

— Preface. {In Beach, J. Calm vindication. 1749.) 

— Prefaces, biographical and critical. {In Chalmers, A. 

English poets. 1810.) 

— The rambler; [by S. Johnson]. In 4 vols. 

No. 1-208, March 1750- March 1752. Lon- 
don, 1785. 8". (Harrison's Brit, classics, v. 1.) 
j^ote. No. 30 was by Miss C. Talbot; no. 97, 
by S. Richardson; nos. 44 and 100, by E. Carter. 

— Same. {In Chalmers, A. Brit, essayists, v. 19-22. 

1802.) 

Drake, N. Essavs, biog., crit., and hist., illust. 

of the Rambler, 'etc. Lond., 1809-10. 2 v. 12°. 

— Rasselas. New York, 1841. 32*^. 

— Same. {In Pelham, W. System of notation. 1808.) 

— Remarks on the versification of Milton. {In Milton, 

J. Poetical works, v. 1. 1801.) 

— Sermon, funeral of Mrs. Taylor. {In Taylor, J. Ser- 

mons. 1792.) 

— Taxation no tyranny. London, 1775. 8°. (B 381, 706) 

— Same. 3d ed. London, 1775. 8". (B 361, 1719) 

— German. Schatzung keine Tirauney, nach der 4n 

Ausg. (/?i Remer, J. A. Amer. Archiv., v. 2. 1777.) 

— Thoughts on the transactions resp. the Falk- 

land's Islands. 2d ed. London, 1771. 8". 
See also Adventurer. 

— Answer to [his] 'Taxation no tyranny'. London, 

1775. 8" (bl719) 

— Baillie, H. Observ. on [J.'s] 'Taxation no tyranny'. 

{In his Appendix to a letter to Shebbeare. 1775. 
B381) 

— BURROWES, R. On the stile of S. Johnson, No. 1. {In 

Roy. Irish Acad. Trans., v. 1. 1787.) 

— Constitution defended, and pensioner exposed; in 

remarks on the False alarm. Lond., 1770. 8". (B591) 

— Defence of the resolutions and address of the Amer- 

ican Congress; reply to 'Taxation no tyranny'. 
London, 1775. 8°. (B 632) 

— MuDFORD, W. Critical enquiry into the writ- 

ings of S. Johnson. London, 1803. 8°. 

— NORTHCOTE, T. Reply to Dr. S. Johnson's 'Taxation 

no tyranny'. {In his Tracts on constit. subjects. 
1775. B767) 

— Pamphlet, The, entitled 'Taxation no tyranny' con- 

sidered. London, [1775]. 8". (B 635) 

— Remarks on the Patriot [by S. Johnson] ; incl. hints 

resp. Americans. London, 1775. 8". (B 384) 

— Resistance no rebellion ; answer to 'Taxation no 

tyranny'. London, 1775. S". (P 632) 

— Tyranny unmasked ; answer to 'Taxation no tyranny'. 

London, 1775. 8°. (B 363) 

— Webster, N. Letter to D. Ramsay [on] errors in 

Johnson's dictionary. New Haven, 18u7. 12°. (C104) 

£iography. 

— Allibone, S. a. {In his Critical diet., v. 1. 1858.) 

— Anderson, 11. Life of J. with observ. on his 

works. 3d ed. Edin., 1815. 8°. 



— Armitage, R. Religious life and death of S. 

Johnson. 2d ed., with add. Lond., 1851. 8°. 

— BoswELL, J. Life of J. London, 1791. 2 v. 4**. 
Sam^. Boston, 1807. 3 v. 8°. 

Same ed., specimen pages with 'Extracts from the 

Monthly review'. «.p., [1807]. 8°, (B 1458) 
Same. Incl. A tour to the Hebrides. New 

ed. with add. and notes by J. W. Croker. 

London, 1831. 5 v. 8° 
Same. Ed. by J. W. Croker. London, 1848. 

10 V. 16« 
Tour to the Hebrides with J. New York, 

1810. 8° 

— Brougham, H., Lord. {In his Men of letters, v. 2. 

1846.) 

— Carlyle, T. {In his Heroes and hero worship. 1841.) 
Boswell's Johnson. {In his Crit. essays, v. 3. I860.) 

— Cary, H. F. {In his Lives of English poets. 1846.) 

— Hawkins, Sir J. Life of J. Dublin, 1787. 8". 

— Macaulay, T. B., Lord. {In his Biograpliies. 18(50.) 
Croker's ed. of Boswell's life of J. {In his Crit. 

essays, v. 2. 1841.) 

— Page, W. P. Life and writings of J. New 

York, 1847. 2 v. 16°. (Harper's fam. lib., v. 
109, 110.) 

— Piozzi, H. L. Anecdotesof J. Lond., 1786. 12**. 

— Scott, Sir W. (/« his Lives of the novelists, v. 2. 

1826; — and Biog. memoirs, v. 1. 1834.) 

— Shaw, W. Memoirs of the life and writings of 

J. London, 1785. 16". 
Johnson, Samuel, d. 1836, and Willis, W. Account of an 

ancient settlement on Sheepscot River. {M Maine 

Hist. Soc. Col., V. 2. 1847.) 
Jolinson, Bev. Samuel, b. 1822. The worship of 

Jesus in its past and present aspects. Boston, 

1868. 12". 
Johnson, Samuel D. The firemen; drama. (/?i Sargent, 

E. Mod. stand, drama, v. 33.) 
Johnson, Samuel Roosevelt. The Saviour our all; sermon. 

New York, 1835. 8". (B 1295) 
Jolinson, Samuel \Vm. Peat and its uses. New 

York, 1866. 8". 

— Houghite of Prof. Shepard. (/« Amer. Assoc. Proc, 

V. 6. 1852.) 

— Rural economy : Pise building ; Buildings in 

general ; Culture of the vine ; Turnpike 
roads. New Brunswick, 1806. 8". 

Johnson, 3Irs. Sarah, Fxmeral sermon on. 1774. See Jen- 
nings, N. (B 1851) 

Johnson, Mrs. Susanna (Willard). Narrative of 
[her] captivity, her sufferings during four 
years with the Indians and French ; with ser- 
mon at her funeral, by A. Kneeland. 4th ed. 
Lowell, 1834. 16". 

Johnson, Theodore T. Sights in the gold region. 
New York, 1849. 12". 

Johnson, Thomas. Gr»corum epigrammatum et 
poematum delectus ; cum versione. Etonte, 
1798. 12". 

Johnson, W. Schools of the arts. {In Amer. Inst, of 
Instr. Lect., 1835.) 

Johnson, W. p:ducation of the reasoning faculties, {hi 
Farrar, F. W. Essays on a lib. educ. 1868.) 

Johnson, Walter Rogers. Introduction to Greek ; 
with a key. Boston and Phila., 1829. 12". 

— Description of a specimen of engraving by the orig. 

inhabitants of N. Amer. ; with a notice of nicidents 
in the history of the early settlers on the west branch 
of the Susquehanna. {In Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., 
v. 4, pt. 1. 1840.) 

— Lecture on the mechanical industry and inve'iUvo 

genius of America, Jan. -16. Biilt., 1849. 8». (B 1586) 

— Linear drawing. {In Amer. Inst, of Inatr. Lect., 

1830.) . - . . 

— Observations on the electrical properties of caoutchouc. 

{In Academy of Nat. Sci. Phila. Journ., v. 6. 1829.) 

— Observations on the improvement of seminaries of 

learning in the U. S. Phila.. 182o. 8». (B 552 

— Observations on the relation between rolling and drag- 

ging friction. «.«./>. [1829.] 80. (B982) 



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— Recent improvements in recordingmagnetic telegraphs. 

(/?i Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 1. 1849.) — Experi- 
mental determinations of tlie values of British 
and American coals, {In v. 2. 1850.) — Coal forma- 
tion of central North Carolina; — Observations on 
the gold formations of Md., Va., and N. C. ; — Sci- 
entitic interest of the proposed industrial exhibition 
at London. {In v. 4. 1851.) 

— Report on American coals. Wash., 1844. 8". 

— System of natural philosophy on the basis of 

' The book of science' by J. M. Moffat. 8th 
ed. Phila., 1842. 12". 

— Use of anthracite in the manufacture of iron. 

Boston, 1841. 12°. 
Johnson, Wm. (Aai. Guilelmus). Lexicon chymicum. {In 

Manget, J. J. Biblioth. chem., v. 1. 1702.) 
Johnson, .St> Wm., b. 1715, d. 1774. Account of 

conferences .and treaties between Sir W. J. and the 

Indian nations in North America, 1755, 56. London, 

1756. 8°. (B 603, 742, 922) 

— Indian conferences at Johnson-Hall, May 1765. {In 

View of the title to Indiana. 1776. B 585, W 84) 

— Ketchum, W. Sketch of the life of J. {In his Hist. 

of Buffalo, V. 1. 1864.) 

— SiM.MS, J. R. Some account of J. {In his Trappers 

of New York. 1860.) 

— Stone, W. L. Life and times of J. Albany, 

1865. 2v. 8°. 
Johnson, Wm. Course of experiments in electricity; with 

lectures on the nature and properties of the electric 

lire. New York, 1765. 8° (C 121) 
Johnson, Wm., LL.D., b. 1771, d. 1834. Sketches 

of the life and correspondence of Maj. Gen. 

N. Greene. Charlestown, 1822. 2 v. 4". 

— Eulogy on T. Jefferson, Aug. 3. Charleston, 1826. 8°. 

(B 1639) 

— Nugse tieorgicse ; essay to the Literary and Phil. Soc. of 

Charleston, S. C, Oct. 14. Charles., 1815. 4". (A 65) 

— Opinion, arrest of Brit, seaman under 'Act for regula- 

tion of fi-ee persons of colour', n.t.p. 1823. 8". (B 
561) 

— Bentalau, Col. P. Pulaski vindicated from a 

charge in J.'s life and corresp. of Greene. 
Bait., 1824. 8"". 

Reply to J.'s remarks on an article in the N. Amer. 

review rel. to Count Pulaski. Bait., 1826. 8". (B550) 

— Sparks, J. Remarks crit. and hist, in the N. Amer. 

rev. Charleston, 1825. 8". (W 4) 
Johnson, Wm. Cost. Speech on the rejection of petitions 

for the abolition of slavery, Jan. 25, 27, and 28. 

Wash., 1840. 8°. (B 1822) 
Johnson, Wm. Lupton. Nature, use, and lawfulness of 

oaths; disc, Oct. 19, 1823. Trenton, 1824. 8". (W3) 

— Another copy. (B 1779) 

— Sermon : Jesus Christ the only source of rest. {In 

Prot. Episc. pulpit, v. 2. 1832.) 
Johnson, Wm. Samuel. Irving,- J. T. {In his Discourse. 

1830. B 936) 
Johnson family. Holgate, J. B. {In his Amer. geneal. 

1848.) 
Johnston, Albert Sydney. Snow, W. P. (.In his Southern 

generals. 1866.) 
Johnston, Alexander. Some account of the Soc. of the Cin- 
cinnati. {In Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., v. 6. 1858.) 
Johnston, Alexander Keith. Atlas ^o Alison's 

'History of Europe'. Edin. and Lond., 1848. 

obi. 8". 

— Atlas of the U. S., etc. 1857. See Rogers, H. D. 

— Dictionary of geography, descriptive, physical, 

etc. London, 1850. 8°. 

— Half crown atlas of British history. London, 

[1871]. 12". 

— Index geographicus ; a list of places, with their 

latitudes and longitudes. Edin. and Lond., 
1864. 8"^. 

— Physical atlas ; maps and notes illust. the 

geogr. distribution of natural phenomena ; 
with the co-operation of Sir D. Brewster, J. 
D. Forbes, etc. Edin., 1848. f°. 

— Physical atlas of natural phenomena. New 

and enl. ed. Edin., 1856. f. 
Contents. Geology and orography : J. P. Nichol, A. 
K. Johnston, Sir R. I. Murchison, E. Forbes, H. D. 



Rogers, J. D. Forbes. Hydrography: A. K. John- 
ston, H. D. Rogers, J. Scott Russell. Meteorology and 
magnetism : A. K. Johnston, Sir D. Brewster, Col. 
Sabine. Botany: A. Henfrey. Natural history : A. K. 
Johnston, Gr. R. Waterhouse, E. Forbes. Ethnology 
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tas' against J. Winchester, [18— ]. 4°. (A 27) 

Jones, George, chaplain U. S. N. Excursion to 
Cairo, Jerusalem, Damascus, and Balbec, 
from the U. S. ship Delaware. New York, 
1836. 12". 

— Observations on the zodiacal light, Apr. 2, 

1853 - Apr. 22, 1855, chiefly on U. S. ship 
Mississippi. Wash., 1856. 4°. (Vol. 3 of 
U. S. Japan expedition.) 

— Occasional luminousness of the atmosphere at night 

on the Andes. — Recent ob.serv. on the Gegenscliein 
or completed arch of the zodiacal light. (7?i Amer. 
Assoc. Proc, v. 13. 1860.) 

Jones, Sir Harry D. Memoranda rel. to the defence of Cadiz, 
and details of position intrenched by British troops 
under Lieut. Gen. Graham, 1810. — Table of various 
articles of traffic. {/?i Gr. Brit. Corps of Royal 
. Engin. Papers., v. 3. 1839.) — Memoranda rel. to 
the well in Fort Regent, Jersey. {In v. 4. 1840.) — 
Mode of building houses in Malta. {In v. 5. 1842.) 
— Destruction of bridges at Banagher and Rooksey 
on the Shannon. {In v. 8. 1845.)— Destruction of 
bridge at Carrick on Shannon. 1845. {In v. 9. 1847.) 

Jones, Henry, d. 1770. The Earl of Essex; tragedy. {In 
Bell's Brit, theatre, v. 6. 1797; — and in London 
stage, v. 3.) 

Jones, Henry, of N. Y. Diss, on the restoration of Israel. 
{In Himes, J. V. First report. 1841.) 

Jones, Henry Bence. Animal chemistry in its ap- 
plication to stomach and renal diseases. 
London, 1850. S**. 

— Animal electricity ; an abstract of the discov- 

eries of E. Du-Bois Reymond. London, 

1852. 16°. 
Croonian lectures on matter and force, at the 

Royal Coll. of Physicians in 1868. London, 

1868. 16". 
Appendices. Du Bois Reymond, E. Time required 
for the transmission of volition and sensation through 
the nerves. — Frankland, E. Source of muscular 
power. — Jones, H. B. Rate of passage of crystalloids 
itito and out of the vascular and non-vascular textures 
of the body. 



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— Lectures on some of the applications of chem- 

istry and mechanics to pathology and thera- 
peutics. London, 1867. 8". 

— Life and letters of Faraday. London, 1870. 

2 V. 8«. 

Jones, Rev. Henry Berkeley. Adventures in Austra- 
lia, 1852-53. London, 1853. 12°. 

Jones, Hetty A. Jones, H. Gt. {In Brockett, L. P. 
Woman's work. 1867.) 

Jones, Horatio Gates. Biog. notice of D. Jones. {In Jones, 
D. Journal. 1865.) 

— Notice of H. A. Jones. {In Brockett, L. P. Woman's 

work. 1867.) 
Jones, Liigo. Designs by I. Jones and others ; pub. 
by J. Ware. London, 1743. 8°. 

— Designs for public and private buildings; pub. 

by W. Kent. London. 1835. 2 v. f°. 

— Designs by I. Jones. {In Ware, I. Complete body of 

archit. 1756.) 

— Plan for a house; engraving.] (E 55) 

— Some designs by I. Jones and W. Kent ; pub. 

by J. Vardy. [London,] 1744. f«. 

— Cunningham, A. {/n Lives of Brit, painters, v. 4. 

1831, v. 7 o/ Fara. lib.) 

— Cunningham, P. I.Jones: life by C. ; remarks 

on some of his sketches for masques and 

dramas, by J.E.. Planche ; five court masques 

ed. from Ben. Jbnson, etc., by J. P. Collier; 

fac-similes of drawings by J. London, 1848. 

8". (Shakespeare Soc.) 
Jones, J. Impartial narrative of the engagements 

during the Irish rebellion, 1798. 1st Amer. 

ed. Camb., N.Y., [1799?]. 12". 
Jones, J. M. (John Matthew ?). Account of Kjoekken- 

moedding in Nova Scotia. {In Smithsonian Inst. 

Report, 1863.) 
Jones, Capt. J acoh, U.S. N'. Victories of J. {In Hull, 

I. Victories. 1813. B 453) 

— Wilson, T. (/n ^is Biog. of Amer. heroes, v. 2. 1819.) 
Jones, James Athearn. Haverhill, memoirs of an 

officer in the army of Wolfe. London, 1831. 

3 V. 12'*. 

— Traditions of the N. Amer. Indians; a 2d ed. 

of 'Tales of an Indian camp'. London, 1830. 

3 V. 8°. 
Jones, Jenkins. Series of tables of annuities and 

assurances. London, 1843. 81 
Jones, Rev. Jesse H. Know the truth ; critique on 

the Harailtonian theory of limitation, incl. 

strictures upon the theories of H. L. Mansel 

and H. Spencer. New York, 1865. 12°. 

— The knowledge of heaven, what it is, where it 

is. Boston, 1871. 8°. 

— Address. {In Free Relig. Assoc. 2d ann. meeting. 

1869.) 

Jones, Jezreel. De lingua Shilhensi. {In Chamberlasme, 
J. Diss. 1715.) 

Jones, Rev. John, b. 1700. Appeal to common rea- 
son and candor in behalf of a review ; sub- 
mitted to members of the Church of Eng. 
London, 1750. 8'*. 

— Free thoughts on a farther reformation of the 

Church of England ; added, the remarks of 
the editor; pub. by B. Dawson. London, 
1771. 8^*. 

Jones, John, M.D., h. 1729, d. 1791. Plain concise 
practical remarks on wounds and fractures ; 
added an app. on camp and military hospi- 
tals. Phila., 1776. 8°. 

Jones, John, a Unitarian, d. 1827. Epistle of Paul 
to the Romans analysed, from a development 
of those circumstances in the Roman Church 
by which it was occasioned. Halifax, 1801. 
8°. 

— Grammar of the Latin language. 2d ed. Lon- 

don, 1816. 12'*. 



— New version of the first three chapters of Gen- 

esis ; with diss, illustr. of the creation, etc., 
[and] strictures on Bellamy's translation, by 
Essenus. London, 1819. 8". 

— Vindication of the Bishop of Landaff' s 'Apology for 

the Bible'. London. 1797. 8«. (C 231) 
Jones, John, h. 1774. Attempts in verse; with ac- 
count of the writer, by himself ; and introd. 
essay on our uneducated poets, by R. Southey . 
London, 1831. 81 
Jones, John. Report on the iron trade of South Stafford- 
shire. 1865. — South Staffordshire manufactures. 
{In Timmins's Resources of Birmingham. 1866.) 
Jones, John B. A rebel war clerk's diary. Phila., 
1866. 2 V. 81 

— Wild western scenes. New ser. Richmond, 

1863. 121 

Jones, John E. Description of Youghal Bridge. (/« Inst, 
of Civil Engin. Trans., v. 2. 1842.) 

Jones, John Frederick D. On the process employed 
by nature in suppressing hemorrhage from 
divided and punctured arteries, and the use 
of the ligature. London, 1805. 81 

Jones, John Matthew. The naturalist in Bermuda ; 
by J., assisted by J. W^. Wedderbum and J. 
L. Hurdis. London, 1859. 81 

Jones, John Paul, Rear Admiral. Life and corres- 
pondence of J., incl. his narrative of the 
campaign of the Liman ; [ed. by R. Sands]. 
New York, 1830. 81 

— Cooper, J. F. {Tnhin History of the navy, v. 1. 18.'')6.) 

— Hai,e. E. E. Paul Jones and Denis Duval. {In his 

Ingham papers. 1869.) 

— Headley, J. T. {/n his Wash., v. 2. 1847.) 

_ Mackenzie, A. S. Life of J. N. York, 1845. 
2 V. 121 

— Memoirs of J. ; now first comp. from his orig- 

inal I'ournals, etc. Edin. and London, 1830. 
2 V. 121 

— Sherburne, J. H. Life and character of J. 

Wash.. 1825. 81 

— Sketch of] J. {In Longacre, J. B., and Herring, J. 

Nat. portr. gal., v. 3. 1836.) 

— Wii-sON. T. Life of J. {In his Biog. of Amer. 

heroes, v. 1. 1817.) 

N^ote. Jones is one of the characters in Coop- 
er's Pilot. 
Jones, Maj. Gen. Sir John T. Journals of sieges car- 
ried on by the army under the Duke of 
Wellington, in Spain, 1811-14; with notes 
and add.; also memoranda rel. to the lines 
[of Torres Vedras] thrown up to cover Lis- 
bon in 1810. London, 1846. 3 v. 81 

— Memoranda rel. to the lines [of Torres Vedras"). {In 

Great Britain. Corps of Royal Engineers. Papers, 

v. 3. 1839.) 
Jones, John W, Speech on the loan bill, July 12. Wash., 

1841. 81 (B 1664) 
Jones, Joseph. First report to the cotton planters' 

convention of Georgia, on the agricultural 

resources of G. Augusta, Ga., 1860. 81 

— Local government act. 1858. and necessity of extend- 

ing its usefulness to suburbs of large towns. {In 
Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans.. 1865.) 

— Researches cone, certain North American vertebrata. 

{In Smithsonian Inst. Contrib., v. 8. 1856.) 
Jones, Map Joseph, pseud. See Thompson, W. T. 
Jones, Joseph Seawell. Defence of the revolu- 
tionary hist, of N. Carolina from Jefferson's 
aspersions. Boston and Raleigh, 1834. 121 
Jones, Joseph Stevens. Life of Jefferson S. Bat- 
kins. Boston, 1871. 81 

— The carpenter of Rouen. {In Sargent, E. M"od. 

stand, dr.. v. 16.) — Moll Pitcher; drama. {In v. 29.) 
— The people's lawyer; comedy, (/nv. 31.) — The 
surgeon of Paris; drama. {In v. 32.) — Captain 
Kyd ; drama. {In v. 35.) 
Jones, Lloyd. Progress of the working-class. 1867. See 
Ludlow, J. M., and Jones, L. 



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Jones, Meriwether. Callender, J. T. Conduct of J. 

Richmond. 1802. 12". (C 151) 
Jones, Noah. Sermon, on self-recollection. {In Beard, J. 

K. Sermons. 1832.) 
Jones, Owen. Examples of Chinese ornament. 

London, 1867. f". 

— Apology for the colouring of the Greek Court in the 

Crystal Palace. — The Alhambra Court described. 
— Description of the Egyptian Court in the Crystal 
Palace. {Jn Crystal Palace Co. Fine arts' court, 
V. 1. 1854.) 

— Colour in the decorative arts. (/n See. of Arts. 

Lect., 1851, 52.) 

— Grammar of ornament. London, 1856. P. 

— Plans, •elevations, and details of the Alhambra. See 

Goury, J. 
Jones, Peter, Ojibwa convert. Hist, of the Ojebway 
Indians ; with mem. of the writer, and introd. 
by G. Osborn. London, 1861. 8° 

— N?/gMmouiny<n genMnj/gwmouat igiu anishinabeg anu- 

miajig; [Chippewa hymns]. Bost., 1836. 12°. (E 34) 

— i>ame. "VVith others prepared by J. Evans and 

G. Henry. Boston, 1844. 12". 

— • Same. New York, 1847. 16°. 

— Ojibue nugumomnun. 1844. See Hall, S. 

Jones, Pomrov. Annals and recollections of Onei- 
da Co.' Rome, 1851. 8°. 

Jones, Richard. Articles of agreement between J. [and 
others, forming a joint stock company for the To- 
ledo water works]. London, 1723. 8". (B 899) 

— Toledo, Spai7i. Articles of agreement between To- 

ledo and J. for supplying the inhabitants with 

water. London, 1723. 8". (B 899) 
Jones, liev. Richard. The memorial of David's piety; 

sermon, Southwark, Jan. 1. London, 1783. 8°. (B 

1351, 1851) 
Jones, liev. Kichard, Prof, of hist, and pol. econ. at 

E. hidia Col. Essay on the distribution of 

wealth and sources of taxation. [Part 1 : 

Rent.] London, 1831. 8". 
Jones, Richard Roberts. Roscoe, W. Memoir 

of J. London, 1822. 8". 
Jones, Robert. The resurrection rescued from the soldiers' 

calumnies; two sermons about 1619. {In Phenix, 

v. 2. 1708.) 
Jones, Robert. The hidden hand; drama, adapted from 

Mrs. Southwortli's novel. (No. 48 of Spencer's 

univ. stage. 1869.) 
Jones, Roger. Diss. med. inaug. de raotus musculari 

causa. Lugd. Bat., 1735. 4". (A 6) 
Jones, Samuel, of Oyster Bay, N. Y. Communications on 

Clinton's Historical discourse, SpatTord's gazetteer, 

the last ed. of revised laws, Smith's History of N. Y., 

etc. {In New York Hist. Soc. Col., v. 3. 1821.) 
Jones, Samuel, of Stockhridge, Mass. Treatise on 

the right of suffrage. Boston, 1842. 16°. 
Jones, Sarah L., pseud. '^ Life in the south ; by a 

blockaded Brit, subject. Lond., 1863. 2 v. 8°. 
Jones, Stephen. Dictionary of the Eng. language. 

7th ed. London, 1802. 12°. 

— Blog. dramat. 1812. See Baker, D. E. 
Jones, T. Percy, pseud. See Aytoun, W. E. 

Jones, T. W. Traveller's directory. 1804. See Moore, 8. 8. 
Jones, Thomas. Account of the voyage to the East Indies 

under Capt. A. Sharpey, 1608. {In Harris, J. 

Compleat col. of voy., v. 1. 1705.) 

— Brief account of the voy. of the Ascension, 1608. {In 

Green, J. Col. of voy., v. 1, b. 3. 1745.) 

— Reise der Hinmielfahrt. {In AUgemeine Hist., v. 1. 

1748.) 

Jones, liev. Thomas, of St. Saviour, Southicark. 
Works ; with a life of the author by W. Ro- 
maine. 3d ed. London, 1774. 8°. 

— The beauties of spring; sermon, Southwark, May 

1758. Boston, 1759. 8". (B 19) 

— Sermon, visitation of Dr. Thackeray, Sept. 16, 1755, 

Southwark. London, 1756. 8". (B 226, 852, 1092) 
Jones, Thomas, M.A., b. 1756, d. 1807. Sermon upon duel- 
ling; before the Univ. of Camb., Dec. 11, 1791. 
Camb., 1792. 4", (B 1263) 
Jones, Thomas, of Gloucester. Mass. Dedication sermon, 
Boston, Oct. 16. Boston, 1817. 8". (B 955) 

— Sermon, general convention of Universalists, Sept, 

1813, Winchester, N. H. Boston, 1813. 8". (B 957) 



Jones, Thomas, Librarian of Chetham Library. 
Catalogue of tracts for and against Popery, 
publ. about the reign of James ii., in the 
Manchester Library. Manchester, 1859-65. 
2 V. 4°. (Chetham Soc, v. 48, 64.) 

Jones, Thomas H. Experience of J., a slave for forty-three 
years. Boston, 1850. 8°. (B1485) 

Jones, Thomas P., M. D. New conversations on 
chemistry, on the foundation of Mrs. Mar- 
cet's 'Conversations on chemistry'. Phila., 
1836. 12°. 

— Address, progress of manufactures and internal im- 

provement in the U. S., etc., Nov. 6. Phila., 1827. 
8". (B1108) 
Jones, Thomas Rymer. Aquarian naturalist ; man- 
ual for the sea side. London, 1858. 12°. 

— General outline of the animal kingdom, and 

manual of comparative anatomy. London, 
1841. 8°. 

— Natural history of animals. Vol. 1. London, 

1845. 8°. 

— Natural history of birds. London, 1867. 12*. 
Jones, Walter. Report, etc. 1824. See Law, T. 

Jones, Walter. Case of the Battalion stated, with an 
expos, of the grounds upon which C. L. Jones ex- 
pected to have the command. Wash., 1847. 8". (B 
1458, 1502) 
Jones, Sir Wm. Vindication of the proceedings of the 
two last parliaments of Charles ii. {In State 
tracts. 1689.) 
Jones, Sir Wm., d. 1794. Works. London, 1799. 
6 v. 4°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Discourse, meeting of Asiatick 
Soc, Calcutta, 1794; by Sir J. Shore. — Discourse on 
the institution of a soc. for the history, etc., of Asia. — 
Anniv. discourses before Asiatick Soc, 1785-94. — Or- 
thography of Asiatick words in Roman letters. — Gods 
of Greece, Italy, and India. — Chronology of the Hin- 
dus. — Supplement to essay on Indian chronology. — 
Note to Vansittart's paper on the Afghans being de- 
scended from the Jews. — Antiquity of Indian zodiac. 

— Literature of the Hindus, from the Sanscrit. — On 
the second classical book of the Chinese. — Lunar year 
of the Hindus. — Musical modes of the Hindus. — Mys- 
tical poetry of the Persians and Hindus. — Gitagovinda; 
or. The song of Jayaddva. — On the Island of Hinzuan, 
or Johanna. — Conversation with Abram, an Aby.'ssinian, 
cone, the city of Gwender, and sources of the Nile. — 
Course of the Nile. — On the Indian game of chess. — 
An Indian grant of land, found at Tanna. — Inscrip- 
tions on the staff of Firiiz Shah. — The baya; or, In- 
dian gross-beak. — The pangolin of Bahar. — The 
loris, or slow-paced lemur. — Cure of the elephantiasis, 
and other disorders of the blood. 2. Plants of India, 
spikenard of the ancients, etc. — Grammar of Persian. 

— Poeseos Asiaticae commentariorum libri subj. limon 
seu miscellaneorum liber. 3. Charges to the grand 
jury, Calcutta, 1783-92. — Correspondence with the 
government of Fort William, etc. — Institutes of Hindu 
law; or. Ordinances of Menu, according to the gloss of 
Calluca. — Mahomedan law of succession to property of 
intestates. — Al sir4 jiyyah; or, Mohammedan law of 
inheritance. 4. Speeches of Is8eus in causes cone, the 
law of succession to property at Athens. — Fragments 
of Isaeus. — Notes and commentary on Isaeus. — Moal- 
lakat; or. Seven Arabian poems suspended on the tem- 
ple at Mecca. — Poems, chiefly tr. from Asiatick lan- 
guages. — Essay on the poetry of Eastern nations. — 
Essay on the arts called imitative. — Muse recalled ; an 
ode. — Odes in imitation of Alcoeus and Callistratus. — 
Principles of government. — Character of John Ld. 
Ashburton. — Ad libertatem carmen. — Lettre k M. 
A... du P.... dans laquelle est comprls I'Exam. de sa 
tr. des livres attrib. k Zoroastre. 5. L'histoire de 
Nader Chah. — Notes k I'hist. de Nader Chah. — Trait6 
sur la po^sie orientale. — Introd. to Hist, of life of 
Nader Shah. 6. Hit6pad68a of Vishnusarman. — 
Enchanted fruit; or. The Hindu wife. — SacontalA; or, 
The fatal ring. — Hymn to Camdeo. — Two hymns to 
Pracriti. — Extracts from the Vedas. — Essay on tho 
law of bailments. — Enquiry Into legal modes of sup- 
pressing riots. — Speech, May 28, 1782. — Letter, cont. 
plan of national defence. 

— Description of Asia. — Short history of Persia. — 

Essay on Asiatick poetry and the history of the 
Persian language. {Jn Muhammad Mahadi Khan, 
Mirza. Hist, of Nader Shah. 1773.) 



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— Grammar of the Persian language. London, 

1775. 4". 

— Letters to S. Davis. 1785-94. {.In Roy. Asiatic Soc. 

Trans., v. 1. 1827.) 

— Ode in imitation of Alcseus. [London?, 17—?] 8°. 

(B 767) 
-..- Poems. \jn Chalmers, A. Eng. poets, v. 18. 1810; 
— and in Campbell, T. Brit, poets, v. 7. 1819.) 

— Various articles.] (/w S6rieys, A. Bibl. acad., v. 1, 

3, 10, 11. 1810-11.) 

— tru?i>ilalor. See Isseus ; — Menu. 

— Gary, H. F. {In hia Lives of Eng. poets. 1846.) 

— Hayley, W. Elegy on the death of J. London, 

1795. 4° (A 45) 

— Life. {In Soc. DiflF. Usef. Knowl. Disting. men of 

mod. times, v. 4. 1838, v. 40 of Lib. of ent. know!.; 
and V. 2. [1840], v. 124 of Harper's fixm. lib.) 

— Review of J.'s Persian grammar. {In Critical re. 

searches. 1824.) 

— RoscoE, H. {Iti his Lives of eminent lawyers, v. 2. 

1833, V. 16 of Lardiier. Cab. eye; and v. 2. 1841.) 

— Shore, J., Lord Teignmouth. Memoirs of J. 

Phila., 1805. 8°. 

Jones, Wm, »s. Shipley, W. D. Blanchard, W. Whole 
proceedings at Shrewsbury, Aug. 6, on the prosecu- 
tion for libel. London, 1784. f". (E 51) 

Jones, \Vm. Letter to the Bp, of Clogher on his 'Essay on 
spirit'; also, letter to John. Earl of Orrery, [on his] 
character of Swift's 'Sermon on the Trinity'. Lon- 
don, 1752. 8°. (B 1369) 

Jones, Wm., 31. A., F.R. S. Popular commotions considered 
as signs, etc.; sermon, Canterbury, with occas, 
preface. London, 1789. 4". (A 59) 

Jones, Wm., of Nay land, d. 1800. Catholic doctrine 
of a Trinity proved. 7th ed. Lond.,1802. 12°. 

— Same. 10th ed. London, 1820. 12°. 

— Considerations on the worship of the heathens. Lon- 

don, 1799. 8°. (B 1862) 

— Essay on the Church. Phila., 1827. 18°. (C 235) 

— Tracts on the Church. Oxford. 1850. 24°. 
Jones, Wm., student of Harv. Coll., d. 1813. Topogr. de- 
scription of Concord, {hi Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., 
V. 1. 1792.) 

Jones, Wm.,6. 1760, d. 1831. Memoir on leaden cartridges. 
{In Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., n.s., v. 1. 1818.) 

— Reflections on the perils and difficulties of winter nav- 

igation of the Delaware. Phila., 1822. 8°. (B 1108) 

— Reflections on the proposed breakwater at Cape Hen- 

lopen. Phila., 1825. 8» (B 1108) 
Jones, Wm., surgeo7i. Case of haemoptysis, {In Mass. 

Med. Soc. Med. coram., v. 1. 1808.) 
Jones, Wm. D. Mirror of modern democracy; a 

history of the Democratic party, 1825-61. 

New York, 1864. 12°. 
Jones, Wm. Todd. Letter to the United Irishmen 

of Belfast on the" restoration of Catholic 

rights. 3d ed. Dublin, 1792. 8°. 

— Another copy. (C 155) 

— Letter to the electors of the borough of Lisburn. 

Publin, 1784. 8» (W 29) 
Jones, barque. Upham, N. G. Opinion. London, 1854. 

8°. (B1437) 
Jones's Eddy on the Kennebec. Gardiner, R. H. {In 

Maine Hist. Soc. Col., v. 4- 1856.) 
Jong, J. de. Alphabetische naamlijst van boeken 
welke 1790-1831 in Noord-Nederland zijn 
uitgekomen. Gravenh. en Amst., 1832-35. 
2 V. 4°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. A. - Overberg. 2. Over- 
berg - Z, en Suppl. 

Mote. For preceding vols, see Abkoude, J. 
van ; for continuation see Brinkman, C. L. 
Jongh, Jacobus de. Het levenderNederlandsche en eenige 

Hoogduitsche Schilders. 1764. See Mander, C. v. 
Jongh, L. J. de. Cod liver oil; causes of its frequent in- 

efllcacy, etc. New York, 1855. 8". (B 1552) 
Jonghe, Adriaan de. See Junius, A. 
Jongleurs. See Trouvdres. 

Jonnds, Alexander Moreau de. See Moreau de JonnSs, A. 
Jonsius or Jonsenius, Johannes. De Spartis. {In Graevius, 

J. G. Syntagma. 1702.) 

Jonson, or Johnson, Ben. Workes. London, 1640. 

2 V. 8°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Every man in his humor. — Every 

man out of his humor. — Cynthia's revells. — Poetaster. 

— Sejanus. — The fox. —Silent woman, — The alchymist. 

— Catiline, — Epigramraes. — The forrest. — Enter- 



tainments. —Panegyre. —Masques. 2. Bartholomew 
fayre. — Staple of newes. — The divell an asse. — 
Horace, his art of poetrie. — English grammar. — Tim- 
ber, or Discoveries. — Masques. — Under-woods. — 
Mortimer, his fall. — Magnetick lady. — Tale of a tub. 

— The sad shepherd. 

^ Works. London, 1756. 7 v. 8°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Every man in his humour. — 
Everyman out of his humour. — Cynthia's revels. 2. 
Poetaster. — Sejanus, his fall. — Volpoiie ; or, The fox. — 
Epicoene; or. The silent woman. 3. The alchymist. — 
Catiline, his conspiracy. — Bartholomew fair. 4. The 
devil is an ass. — Staple of news. — The new inn. — The 
magnetic lady. 5. Tale of a tub. — The sad shepherd. 

— Mortimer's fall. — Entertainments. — Speeches. — 
Masques at court. 6. Masques at court. — Epigrams, 

— The forest. — Underwoods. 7. Underwoods. — 
Timber, or Discoveries. — Horace ; or. The art of poetry. 

— English grammar, — Leges convivales; rules for the 
tavern academy, — The case is altered. 

— Works ; ed. by W. Gifford. London, 1816. 

9 V. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1, Memoirs. — Every man in his 
humour. 2. Every man out of his humour. — Cyn- 
thia's revels. — Poetaster, 3. Sejanus. — Volpone;or, 
The fox. — Epiccene; or, The silent woman, 4,' Al- 
chemist. — Catiline. — Bartholomew fair. 5, Devil is 
an ass. — Staple of news. — The new inn. 6. Mag- 
netic lady. — Tale of a tub. — Sad shepherd. — Case is 
altered. — Entertainments. 7. Masques at court. 8. 
Masques. — Epigrams. — Underwoods. 9. Under- 
woods. — Translations. — Discoveries. — English gram- 
mar. — .Jonsonus Virbius. 

— Alchymist. {Tn Bell's Brit, theatre, v. 1. 1795; — 

and in Scott, Sir W. British drama, v. 2, pt. 1. 
1804.) 

— Ben Jonson [le serie : Volpone, Epicene, li'al- 

chimiste] ; tr. par E. Lafond ; prec. d'une 
notice. Paris, 1863. 8° 

— The case is altered. — Poetaster. — Sejanus. — The 

sad shepherd. — Catiline. — Tlie new inn. — The al- 
chemist. — Volpone. {In Lamb, C. Specimen of* 
dram, poets. 1854.) 

— Eastward hoe. See Chapman, G. 

— Every man in his humour. {In Bell's Brit, theatre, 

V. 4. 1797; — and in Scott, Sir W. Brit, dr., v. 2, 
pt. 1. 1804.) 

— Poems, (/n Anderson, R. Brit, poets, v. 4. 1795; — 

Chalmers, A. Eng. poets, v. 5. 1810; — and in 
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— Same. De piscibus et cetis libri v. Amst., 

1657. f° 



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JOSEPH 



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JOSEPH 



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l.-ii. 4. Wars, iii.-vii. — On the antiquity of the 
Jews, against Apion. — Dissertations: The testimonies 
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nach der Zeit der Maccabiicr. — Gesch. der hasraonli- 
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Judiia, 45-66. — Geschichte der Juden ausserhalb Palas- 
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schen Urkunden verfasst und gesammelt worden seien. 

4. Die Juden im rom. Keiche, 137-430. — Die babylon. 
Juden, 140-430. — Ueber den Thalmud als histor. Quelle. 

5. West Europa bis zum 7n Jahrh. — Die Juden im 
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6. Die Juden im Morgen- und Abendlande, 660-1037. — 
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— Die Juden in Frankreich und in den christl. Reichen 
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und andere abweichende sich zum Judenthum beken- 
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J. {In Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Inscr. Mem., v. 6. 1822.) 



JOTHAM 



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JOURNAL 



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Jourdan, Sil. Discovery of the Barmudas by Sir T. Gates, 
Sir G, Sommers, and Capt. Newport, with divers 
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Jourgniac de Saint-Meard, Fran9oi8. Mon agonie de trente- 
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— Eng. My agony of thirty-eight hours. (In Reign of 

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— Headley, J. T. (In his Napoleon, v. 2. 1847.) 
Journal britannique; par M. Maty. Vol. 1-18, 

1750-55. La Haye, 1750-55. 18 v. 12° 
Journal d'un bourgeois de Paris, 1409-49. (In Bnchon. 

Col, des chron,, v. 40, 1827: — and in Michaud and 

Poujoulat. Col. des mem., v. 2, 3. 1854.) 
Journal d'un bourgeois de Paris, 1515-36. Paris, 

1854. 8°. (Soc. de I'Hist. de Fr.) 
Journal de commerce, 1759-62. Brux., 1759-62. 

35 V. 12°. 

Note. Ja.n., mars, juin, sept,, oct., dec, 1761, 
juin - dec. 1762 are wanting. 
Journal de I'Amerique du Nord. Nos. 1-4, pub. 

par H. Caritat. Paris, 1806-07. 8°. 
Journal de I'Ecole Poly technique. Vol. 1-19, 27. 

Paris, 1796-1874. 20 v. 4°. 
Journal de I'Empire, sept. 25, 1807 - juillet 30, 

1808. n.p., 1807-08. f°. 
Journal de la guerre du Micissippi contre les Chi- 

cachas, 1739-40. New York, 1859. 4°. 
Journal de la physiologic; public [par] Brown- 

Sequard : liste des auteurs dans les six vol- 
umes, 1858-65. Paris, 1867. 8°. 
Journal de medicine, de chirurgie, et de pharraacie. 

Vol. 10-13, 52. Paris, 1804-15. 5 v. 8°. 

Note. Entitled 'Journal general do medecine' 
in V, 52. 
Journal de Paris, jan. 11, 1790, avril 1 -juillet 

31, 1792. [Paris,] 1790-92. f° 
Journal de physique, de chimie, et de I'hist. nat., 

1794-1811. Paris, 1794-1811. 29 v. 4°. 

Note. Contin. of •Observations et ra^moires', 
par Rozier. 
Journal des connaissances medico-chirurg., pub. 

par A. Trousseau, J. Lebaudy, et II. Gou- 

raud. Paris, 1833-35. 2 v. 8°. 
Journal des debats politiques, et litteraires, 1848- 

51, juill. - dec. 1852, 1853-59, 1860-69, 

Jan. - juin 1870, 1871-75, jan. -juill. 1876. 

Paris, 1848-76. 54 v. f°. 
Journal des economistes. 2e ser. Tomes 41-48. 

Paris, 1864-65. 8 v. 8°. 
_ Same. 3e serie. Paris, 1866-74. 40 v. 8*». 
Table gcnerale des mati^res contenues dans les 

tomes 21-40, 1859-63. n.t.p. 8°. 



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Journal des faits, tous les journaux dans un ; sept. 

1851 - dec. 1853. Paris, 1851-53. 5 v. T. 
Journal des mines ; par M. M. Coquebert-Mont- 

bret, Haiiy, Vauquelin, Baillet, Brouehant, 

Tremery, et Collet-Deseostils ; jan. 1807 - 

juin 1808. Vol. 21-25. Paris, 1807-09. 

5 V. 8°. , 
Journal des operations de Tarmee de Soubise, 1758. 

Amst., 1759. 12°. 
Journal des progrfes des sciences et institutions 

medicales. Paris, 1827. 4 v. (v. 2 w.). 8°. 
Journal des s^avans, par de Hedouville [D. de 

Salo], 1665-1758. Amst., etc., 1665-1758. 

211 V. (wanting 1741-48, sept. 1751, nov. 

1752). 16° 
Note. After 1754 the Amsterdam reprint of the 'Jour- 
nal des s^avans' was combined with the 'Memoires de 
Trevoux'. For a full history of the Journal see Hatin, 
E. Hist, de la presse, v. 2. 1859. — For a criticism see 
•Journal du Journal'. 
— Same. Journal des savants, 1791, 1817-19, 

34, 40, 41, 66-76. Paris, 1791-1876. 18 v. 

4°. 
Journal du commerce, de politique, de litterature, 

Oct. 10, 1807 - aout 15, 1808. [Paris,] 1807- 

08. 8°. 
Journal du 'Journar, ou censure de la censure; 

[par T. Lefevre]. Utrecht, 1670. 12°. 

Note. The author's name appeared in his 'Sec- 
onde journaline', published the same year. 
Journal du nord, 1807, 08, 12. n.p., 1807-12. 5 v. 

8°. 
Journal economique ; select essays on commerce, 

agriculture, etc., [from the Journal]. Lon- 
don, 1754. 8°. 
Journal encyclopedique ; 1771-78. Bouillon, 1771- 

78. 64 V. (v. 6, 7, for 1777 w.). 8°. 
Journal etranger; juil. 1756, juin et dec. 1757, 

avril, mai, aoust, et sept. 1758, fev. 1760, 

fev. 1762. Paris, 1756-62. 9 v. 12°. 
Journal from Grand Cairo to Mt. Sinai ; tr.from a 

ms. written by the Prefetto of Egypt ; added, 

Origin of hieroglyphics and Mythology of the 

ancient heathens ; by R. [Clayton]. 2d ed. 

London, 1753. 8°. 
Journal general de I'imprimerie et de la librairie. See Bib- 

liographie de la France. 
Journal general de I'instruction publique. Paris, 

1860-70. 11 V. 4°. 
Journal general de la litterature de France. Paris, 

1798-1817. 20 V. 8°. 
Journal general de la litterature etrangere. Paris, 

1801-17. 17 V. 8°. 
Journal general de medecine. See Journal de medecine. 
Journal historique de I'establissement des Frangais 

a la Louisiane. Nouv. Orleans et Paris, 

1831. 8". 
Journal historique de la republique des lettres. 

Vol. 1-3 ; juillet 1732 - dec. 1733. Leyde, 

1732-33. 3v. 12°. 
Journal historique et politique. Geneve, 1790-93. 

19 V. 8°. 
Journal kept during a summer tour, for the children 

of a village school ; [by E. M. Sewell] . New 

York, 1852. 3 pt. 12°. 
Journal litter aire. Tome 1-24. La Haye, 1713-37. 

24 v. 8°. 
Note. Editors : Sallengre, St. Hyacinthe, van Effen, f ic. 
Journal' of a few months residence in Portugal, 

and glimpses of the South of Spain. Lon- 
don, 1847. 2 V. 12° 
Journal of a naturalist ; [by J. L. Knapp]. Lon- 
don, 1829. 8°. 



Journal of a nobleman [Count de Lagarde ?] ; his 
travels from Moscow to Vienna, and his resi- 
dence at Vienna during the congress. Lon- 
don, 1831. 2 V. 12°. 

Journal of a tour in Italy, 1821 ; with a descr. of 
Gibraltar ; by an American. New York, 
1824. 8°. 

Journal of a tour in the 'Indian territory', by order 
of the Board of Missions of the Prot. Epis. 
Church, 1844, by [N.S.Harris]. New York, 
1844. 8°. 

Journal of a voyage round the world [by Capt. J. 
Cook] in H. M. S. Endeavour, 1768-71 ; 
added, a vocabulary of Otaheite. London, 
1771. 4°. 

Journal of a young lady of Virginia, 1782. Bait., 
1871. 4°. 

Journal of a young man of Mass. [B.Waterhouse] 
captured at sea by the British, May 1813. 
2d ed. Boston, 1816. 12°. 

Journal of agriculture, Quarterly. See Quarterly journal. 

Journal of an African cruiser ; ed. by N. Haw- 
thorne. New York, 1845. 12°. 

Journal of civilization. 1841. See Christian missionary 
civilization. 1842. 

Journal of education, American. See American journal 
of education. 

Journal of foreign medical science and literature ; 
con tin. of Eclectic repertorv ; conducted by 
S. Emlen and W. Price. Vol. 2, 3. Phila., 
1822-23. 2 V. 4°. 

Journal of health and recreation. Phila., 1830-33. 

4 V. 8°. 

Journal of medical science, Dublin. See Dublin journal 

of medical science. 
Journal of medicine and surgery, New England. See New 

England journal. 
Journal of natural philosophy, chemistry, and arts ; 

ed. by W. Nicholson. London, 1797-1802. 

5 V. 4°. 

— Same. New series. London, 1802-13. 36 

V. 8°. 
Journal of philology ; ed. by W. G. Clark, J. E.B. 

Mayor, W. A. Wright. Vol. 1, 2. London, 

1868-69. 2 V. 8°. 
Journal of psychological medicine and mental 

pathology ; ed. by F. Winslow. Vol. 1-13. 

Jan. 1848-60. London, 1848-60. 13 v. 8°. 
Journal of sacred literature; ed. by B. II. Cowper. 

Vol. 1, 5th ser. London, 1867. 8°. 
Journal of science and arts. American, Edinburgh. See 

American journal, Edinburgh journal of science. 
Journal of science and the arts. See Royal Institution of 

Great Britain. 
Journal of social science. See Amer. Social Science 

Assoc. 
Journal of speculative philosophy ; ed. by W. T. 

Harris. St. Louis, 1867-75'. 9 v. 8°. 
Journal of the American Institute ; monthly, de- 
voted to agriculture, commerce, manufactures, 

and the arts ; ed. by a committee. New 

York, 1836-40. 4 v. 8°. 
Journal of the American Temperance Union. Vol. 

1-4. New York, 1837-40. 4 v. 4°. 
Journal of the Anthropological Society. See Anthropo- 
logical review. 
Journal of the campaign on the coast of France. London, 

1758. 8°. (B 601) 
Journal of the expedition to Carthagena, with 

notes ; in answer to 'An account of the exj)e- 

dition to Carthagena'. 2d ed. London, 

1744. 8°. 
Journal of the expedition to La Guira and Porto 

Cavallos, in the West Indies, under Com. 

Knowles. London, 1744. 8°. 



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Journal of the Franklin Institute. Vol. 3-26. 
Phila., 1829-40. 24 v. 8". 
Note. For preceding vols, see Franklin journal, etc. 

— Sa}ne, 3d ser. Phila., 1841-75. 70 v. 8°. 
Journal of the medical sciences, American. See American 

journal. 

Journal of the medical sciences, Philadelphia. See Phila- 
delphia journal. 

Journal of the ministry at large ; ed. by C. F. Bar- 
nard. Boston, Feb. - Dec. 1841. 8°. 

Journal of the Society of Arts, and of Institutions 
in Union. Vol. 10-16, and Nov., Dec. of 
V. 17. London, 1862-68. 8 v. 8". 

Journal of the Statistical Society. See Statistical Society. 

Journal ofRciel de la Republique Fran^aise, 1869-75. 
Paris, 1869-75. 7 v. (jan.-avrii, 1871 w.). f''. 
Note. For preceding vols, see Moniteur univei-sel. 

— Same. Ed. du soir. 1869. fParis, 1869. f1 

Note. For preceding vols, see Moniteur uni- 
verse! du soir. 

Journal officiel de la Republique Frangaise sous la 
commune, du 19 mars au 24 mai 1871, Re- 
impression du. Paris, 1871. f°. 

Journal politique. Leyde, 1805. 4". 

Journal politique de Bruxelles ; Jan. 1779 - dec. 
1784. Paris, 1779-84. 29 v. 12° 

Journaliate, Le; par Mme. S. F. D. Genlis. (/n Biblioth. 
univ. des romans, Nouv., v. 51. 1801.) 

Journals. 4®=" For the journals of societies see the names 
of the societies, as Anthropological Society ; — So- 
ciety of Arts ; — Statistical Society. 
For works on journals in general see Periodicals; 
for the lists of the journals of particular countries see 
the names of the countries, etc., as English periodical lit- 
erature (pp. 910-12); — France. Periodical literature 
(pp. 1056-58); — Germany. Period, (p. 1141); — Italy. 
Period, (p. 1548); — Spain ; — United States. 

Journee du Chretien. Quebec, 1810. 24°. 

Journees amusantes, Les ; par Mme. M. A. P. de 
Gomez. Nouv. ed. Londres, 1754. 8 v. 12°. 

Journey from Aleppo tp Damascus ; with a descr. 
of those cities and parts of Syria ; add., an 
account of the Maronites, also surprising ad- 
ventures of Mostafa. London, 1736. 8°. 

Journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo. See Thackeray, 
W. M. 

Journey from this world to the next. (/?i Fielding, H. 
Works. V. 13. 1816.) 

Journey from time to eternity; by H. R. Hartford, 1814. 
12°. (C246) 

Journey round my room ; by X. de Maistre ; tr. 
by H. A. New York, 1871. 16°. 

Journey round the world. See Voyages round the world. 

Journey to London ; comedy. See Vanbrugh, J. 

Journeys. See Voyages and Travels ; — and the names of 
countries. 

Journu-Aubert, — . Rapport des censeurs de la Banque de 
France a I'assem. gen. des actionnaires, le 24 vende- 
miaire an xiv. (//t Perregaux, — . Discours du 
president. 1700. A 9) 

Joutel, — . Journal historique du dernier voyage 
que M. de la Sale fit dans le golfe de Mexique 
pour trouver 1' embouchure de la riviere de 
Mississippi; red. par M. de Michel. Paris, 
1713. 12° 

— Eng. London, 1714. 8°. 

— Same. {In French, B. F. Hist. col. of Louisiana, 

pt. \. 1846.) 
Jouvancy {Lat. Juvencius), Joseph de. Appendix 
de diis et heroibus poeticis ; [avec] notes en 
francois [par N. Lallemant]. Paris, 1782. 18°. 

— Same, in Latin. In usum scholae "Wintoniensis. Ed. 

3a. Winton.. 1791. 8» (C 63, 68) 

— Same, in Latin and French. (/wDuMarsais. (Euvres, 

V. 2. 1797.) 
-^ Ludovico magno panegyricus. Parisiis, 1680. 

12°. 
Jouvencel, Le; roman du 15e siecle. Barante, A. G. P. 

B. de. Un his Melanges hist., v. 2. 1836.) 
Jouy, Louis Fran9ois de. ^ee Domat, J. Loix civiles. 



Jouy, Victor Joseph Etienne de. Guillaume le franc- 
parleur, suite de I'Hermite de la Chaussee- 
d'Antin. 3e ed. Paris, 1816. 2 v. 12°. 

— L'hermite de la Chaussee d'Antin. (Vol. 1. 

5e ed. ; 2, 4, 5, 6e ed. ; 3, 7e ed.) Paris, 
1815-16. 5 V. 12°. 

— L'hermite de la Guiane, (Vol. 1, 6e ed. ; 2, 5e 

ed.; 3, 3e ed.) Paris, 1817-18. 3 v. 12°. 

— L'hermite de Londres. (Vol.1, 3, 2e ed.) Paris, 

1820-21. 3 V. 12°. 

— L'hermite en province. Brux., 1821. 5 v. 8°. 

Note L'hermite de la Guiane originally appeared in 
semi-weekly nos. ; Franc - parleur, L'hermite de la 
Chaussee, and L'hermite en province in weekly nos. 

— Reponse. (In Paris. Inst. Acad. Fr. Rec. des disc, 

1820-29.) — Reponses. — Discours. — Eloge de Reg- 
nault de Saint-Jean d'Angely. — Notice sur Hyder- 
Aly-Khan. (//i 1830-39.) —Discours. (/w 1840-49, 
pt. 2.) 

Jovellanos, Gaspar Melchor de. Obras ; col. hecha 
por C. Noceda. Madrid, 1858-59. 2 v. 8°. 
(Vol. 46, 50 of Aribau. Bibl.) 
Contents. Vol. 1. Disc, prelim. — Poesias. — Pe- 
layo, trag. — El delincuente honrado, com. — Curso de 
humanidades castellanas, — Reglamento literario e in- 
Btitucional del Colegio de Calatrava, en Salamanca. — 
Memoria sobre educacion piib., con aplic. a las escuelas 
de ninos. — Bases para la formacion de un plan de 
instruc. piib. — Instruc. dada a un joven teologo. — In- 
forme sobre el estado de la Soc. Medica de Sevilla, y del 
estudio de medicina en su universidad. — Elogio fiine- 
bre del marques de los Llanos de Alguazas. — Disc, en 
8u recepcion a la R. Acad, de la Hist. — Disc, en su 
entrada a la Acad. Espanola. — Disc, en la Soc. de 
Amigos del Pais de Astiirias, sobre la necesidad de cul- 
tivar en el principado el estudio de las ciencias natu- 
rales. — Felicitacion de la R. Acad. Espan. al Sr. D. 
Carlos III con motivo del nacimiento de los infantes don 
Carlos y don Felipe. — Felicitacion de la R. Soc. Econ. 
de Madrid a Carlos iir con motivo del doble desposorio 
de los infantes de Espaiia, con los de Portugal. — Disc. 
sobre el lenguaje y estilo propios de un diccionario geo- 
grafico. — Elogio de Carlos in, en la R. Soc. Econ. de 
Madrid. — Oracion inaug. a la apertura del R. Inst. As- 
turiano. — Disc, sobre el estudio de la geografia hia- 
torica, pron. en el Inst, de Gijon. — Oracion sobre la 
necesidad de unir el estudio de la literatura al de las 
ciencias. — Oracion sobre el estudio de las ciencias nat- 
u rales. — Apunt. sobre el dialecto de Astiirias. — Elo- 
gio de las bellas artes, en la Acad, de San Fernando. — 
Informe sobre la publ. de los monumentos de Granada y 
Cordoba. — Informe sobre la materia del anterior. — 
Elogio de D. V. Rodriguez, en la Soc. Econ. de Madrid. 

— Carta al redactor del Diario de Madrid, con motivo 
de las funcioneshechasen los desposorios del S. D. Fer- 
nando VII. — Memorias hist, artist, de arquitectura. — 
Introd. a un escrito forense para D. M. Colon. — In- 
forme de la real sala de alcaldes sobre indultos generales. 

— Plan de unadis. sobre las leyes visigodas. — Consulta 
del Consejo de las Ordenes acerca de la jurisdiccion 
temporal del mismo. — Reflex, sobre la legislacion de 
Espana en cuanto al uso de las sepulturas. — Memoria 
para el arreglo de la policia de los espectaculos piiblicos 
y sobre su origen en Espana. — Memoria en defensa de 
la Junta Central. — Apendices a la Memoria. 2. In- 
forme sobre la extraccion de aceites a reinos extranjeros. 

— Informe sobre el estab. de un monte-pio in Sevilla. — 
Dictamen que dio el autor en una junta formada para el 
exameu del proyecto de un banco nacional, pres. por el 
conde Cabarrus. — Disc, sobre el estab. de un monte- 
pio para los nobles de la corte. — Informe sobre fo- 
mento de la marina mercante. — Disc, en la Soc. Econ. 
de Madrid, 24 die. 1784. — Oracion en la Soc. Econ. de 
Madrid, distrib. de premios. — Disc, en la Soc. Econ. 
16 Jul., 1785, la distrib. de premios de hilados. — In- 
forme sobre el libre ejercicio de las artes. — Disc, al 
cesar en la presidencia de la Soc. Econ. de Madrid. — 
Voto partic. del autor sobre la introd. y el uso de muse. 
Unas. — Apuntes para una mem. que tenia proyectada 
el autor, y no llego a extendarla. — Mem. en la Soc. 
Econ, de Madrid, sobre si se debian 6 no admitir en ella 
las seiioras. — Dictamen sobre las causae de la dcca- 
dencia de las sociedades econom. — Informe acerca de 
la venta de varias casas de los reales hospi talcs de Ma- 
drid, — Inf. sobre un proyecto de fabricacion do gorros 
tunecinos. — Inf. sobre sustituir un nuevo metodo para 
la hilanza de seda. — Dictamen sobre embarque de 
panos extranjeros para nuestra colonms. — I'^^ sobre 
una compaQia de scguros. ^"~ --»— ~ «........» 



Disc, sobre una compaQia 



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JUD^A 



de eeguros terrestres y maritimos. — Instruc. a la junta 
especial de hacienda. — Inf. en el expediente de ley 
agraria. — Cartas a varias personas. — Noticia del li. 
Inst. Astur. — Ordinanza para la escuela de mat., fis., 
qiiim., miner., y nautica de Gijon. R. Inst. Astur. — 
Disc, sobre el estab. de un juez de letras en Cazalla. — 
Inf. sobre el mismo asunto. — Inf. al Consejo sobre el 
punto del anterior. — Inf. sobre la pretension del mar- 
ques de Montefuerte al patronato de unas escuelas fun- 
dadas por la seiiora Garayo. — Inf. al protomedicato 
sobre la certificacion de practica de D. Carlos Lohor. — 
Disc, acerca de la situacion y division interior de los hos- 
picios con resp. a su salubridad. — Consulta sobre el 
abasto de huevoa en Madrid. — Disc, a la R. Soc. de 
Amigos del Pais de Astvirias sobre los medios de pro- 
mover la felicidad de aquei principado. — Disc, con mo- 
tivo de tomar posesion del cargo de director de la Soc. 
Patriot, de Madrid. — Inf. sobre carreteras de Astiirias. 

— Inf. sobre el beneficio del carbon de piedra y utilidad 
de su comercio. — Inf. hecho a su majestad sobre una 
representacion del director general de minas. — Reflex. 
Bobre el real decreto de 18 agosto. 1790, y demonstracion 
de la necesidad de derogarle en la parte que limita el • 
derecbo y la libertad de los propietarios en el cultivo de 
las minas de carbon de piedra. — Informes acerca de 
derechos particulares en los rios. — Notas al apendice 
3o de las memorias de arquitectura 6 sea a la descripcion 
de la lonja de Palma. — Doc. quese citan en el apendice 
3o. — Seiias del ms. de la cronica del rey don Jaime. — 
Advert, sobre un ms. de J. de Herrara. — Extracto de 
la hist, de la cartuja de Valdemuza. — Resena de la 
junta general del principado de Astiirias. — Juicio crit. 
de la hist. ant. de Gija, que escribio G. M. Valdes Cor- 
nellana. — Exposicion al ministro de Indias sobre es- 
tablecimiento de un consulado en Gijon. — Repres. de 
la villa de Gijon para que se propague el arbitrio de 
vino y sidra pare fuentes. calles, y plantios. — Repres. 
al ministro de Marina sobre las nuevas obras del puerto 
de Gijon. — Repres. h su majestad en solicitud de au- 
mento de dotacion para el parroco de la villa de Gijon. 

— Dictamen acerca de una solicitud de las companias de 
Beguros de Barcelona. — Inf. sobre el estab. de una 
compania de seguros. — Inf. sobre encabezamiento 
de rejitas pub. de Mallora. — Manifestacion a la R. 
Acad, espaii. sobre el premio ofrecido por esta al com- 
positor de una satira contra los malos poetas. — Censu- 
ras sobre varias obras literarias. — Censuras de obras 
dramaticas. — Sobre las bellas artes. 

— Carta hist.-artist. sobre la Lonja de Mallorca. 

Palma, 1812. 8° 

— El delincuente honrado. (/w Ochoa, E. de. Tes. del 

teatro esp., v. 5. 1838.) 

— Sobre las diversiones publicas de Espana. (In Madrid. 

Ac. d. I. Hist., V. 5. 1817.) 

— Memoria sobre las diversiones publicas. Mad- 

rid, 1812. 8". 
.— Poesias. (In Wolf, P. J. Eloresta, v. 1. 1837.) 

— Baumgarten, H. {In Historische Zeitschrift, v. 10. 

1863.) 
Jovial crew, A; or, The merry beggars; a drama. See 

Brome, R. 
Jovianus, Emperor. Anneslev, A., Earl of Anglesey. 

Letter of remarks upon J. London, 1683. 4". (B 8) 

— La Bl^tekie, J. P. R. de. History of J.; tr. from 

the French by J. Duncombe. {In Julian, F. C., 
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Jovins, Paulus. See Giovio, P. 

Jowett, Benjamin. Doctrine of atonement. — Righteous- 
ness by faith. — The imputation of the sin of Adam. 
— Conversion and changes of character. — Casuis- 
try. — Connection of immorality and idolatry. — 
The Old Testament. — The quotations from the Old 
Testament in the New. — Fragment on the character 
of St. Paul. — St. Paul and the twelve. — Evils in the 
church of the apostolical age. — The belief in the 
coming of Christ in the apostolical age. (In Noyes, 
G. R. Col. of theol. essays. 1867.) 

— Epistles to the Thess., Gal., and Rom. ; with notes and 

dissertations. See Bible (p. 289), 

— On the interpretation of Scripture, {In Essays and 

reviews, 1860.) 

— translator. See Plato. 

Joy, — . Thtimes navigation ; observations upon the [pro- 

posed] Hants and Berks canal. Maidenhead, 1825. 

8". (B 901) 
Joy, Benjamin. True statement, in reply to a pamphlet 

pub. by Messrs. C. Barrell and others. Boston, 

1816. 8°. (B 455) 

— Barrell, C, and others. Statement of the conduct 

of J., executor of the last will of the late J. Barrell, 
of Charlestown, Aug. 1816; also. Correspondence 
■with J. [Boston, 1816?] 8» (3 455,1179) 



Joy, Charles A, Chemistry; inaug. address. {In Colum- 

. bia College. Addresses. 1858.) 
Joy, Geo. American question ; [anon.J letter from a calm 

observer. London, 1812. 8". (B 996) 
Joy, George, vs. Birch, W. n.t.p. [183-.] 8°. (B 1440) 
Joy, Henry. Sheil. R. L. {In his Sketches, v. 1. 1855.) 
Joy, Michael. Letter to J. Homer, 1824. {In Mass. Hist. 

Soc. Proc, 1864-65.) 
Joy is dangerous; a comedy; by J. Mortimer. (No. 139 of 

De Witt's Acting plays.) 
Joyce, Bev. Jeremiah, Dialogues on chemistry, 

[for] young people. London, 1822. 2 v. 18°. 

— Dialogues on the microscope. London, 1812. 

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JUNIUS 



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Julietta Gordini, the miser's daughter; [by I. C. 
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— A letter to an hon. Brig. Gen. in Canada, [G. 

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London, 1841. 16". 

]^ote. On the authorship of these two letters see 
Notes and queries, 3d s., v. 3, p. 122. 



JUNIUS 



1605 



JXJRIEU 



— Posthumous works ; pref., an inquiry resp. the 

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Junius Americarms, pseud. Review of a disc, [on] the 
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Leontio Hierosolymituno et Eulhymlo ZIgabeuo citata 



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loca e libro de S. trinitate. — P. LansPelij Presbyteri dis- 
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Theophili Patrianha Antiovheni contra Christianse rc- 
ligionis calumniatores ad Autolycum libri tres. — Ta- 
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Contents, let, 2d Apology. — Dialogno with Trj'pho, 

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— BoEHRiNGER, F. {In Ms Kirche Christi, 1. Abth., 

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— A iust reproofe of a Romane smell-feast; being the 

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See also Persius Flaccus, A. 
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Juvencius. See Jouvency. 
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Juvenile rambler; or. Family and school journal ; 
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Juvenile reformer and Sabbath school instructor ; 
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Juvenile watchman ; Mar. 8, 1833 - Apr. 3, 1834. 
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Juvenis. See Giovane, G. 

Juventinus, Albus Ovidius. Philomela. {In Lemaire. 
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Juventius. Fragm. {In Ribbeck, O. Seen. Rom. poes. 
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Juventus mundi. See Gladstone, W. E. 

Jyotisham. Weber, A. Ueber den Vedakalender, Na- 
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K., E. That neither temporallities nor tythes is due to the 

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4"'. (C284) 
K., F. The present great interest both of king and people. 

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K., Q. H. A gossip on a Sutherland hillside, (/n Galton, 

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A. K. 
K., S. Plan for establishing a general marine society, 1794. 

Phi la.. 1798. 8°. (B 465) 
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1689. 4°. (B 6) 
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KANSAS 



1611 



KANT 



GiHOX, J. H. Gov. Geary's administration in 
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— Bayard, J. A. Speech on the admission of Kansas 

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Wash., 1858. 8". (B 1509) 

— Colfax, S, Kansas, the Lecompton constitution; 

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— Fessenden, W. p. Speech on the message of the 

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— Goodwin, H. C. Lecompton constitution; speech, 

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— Hale, J, P. Kansas and the Supreme Court; speech, 

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— Moore, S. Speech, Kansas and the evil effects of the 

slavery agitation. Mar. 25. Bait., 1858. 8". (B 1481) 

— Private and confidential; the Lecompton crisis; 

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— Seward, W, H. Freedom in Kansas; speech. Mar. 3. 

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— United States. Zbth Cong. 1st sess. Sen. Report 

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Kant, Immanuel. Saramtliche Werke; hrsg. von 
K. Rosenkranz u. F. \V. Schubert. Lpz., 
1838-42. 12 V. 8". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Kleine logisch - metaphysische 
Schriftcn. Principiorum primorum cognitionis meta- 
physicoe novadilucidatio. 1755. — Betrachtungen ijber 
den Optimismus. 1759. — Die falsche Spitzlindigkeit 
der vier syllogistischen Figuren. 1762. — Deutlichkeit 
der Grundsatze der natiirlichen Theologie und Moral. 
1763. — Versuch.den Begriff der negativen Grossen in 
die Weltweisheit einzufiihren. 1763. — Der einzig mcig- 
liche Beweisgrund zu einer Demonstration des Daseyns 
Gottes. 1763. — K.'s Einrichtung seiner Vorlesungen in 
dem Winterhalbenjahre. 1765-66. — Demundi sensibilis 
atque intelligibilis forma et principiis. 1770. — K.'s und 
Lambert's philos. Briefe, 1765-70. — Was heisst : sich 
im Denken orientiren ? 1766. — Jacob's Priifung der 
Mendelssohn'schen Morgenstunden. 1786. — Ueber eine 
Entdeckung, nach der alle neue Kritik der reinen Ver- 
nunft durch eine iiltere entbehrlich gemacht werden 
soil, 1790. — Fortschritte der Metaphysik seit Leibnitz 
und Wolf. — Ueber Philosophic iiberhaupt. 1794. — 
Von einem neuerdings erhobenen vornehmen Ton in der 
Philosophic. 1796. — Ausgleichung eines malhematl- 
schen Streits. 1796. — Verkilndigung eines Tractats 
zum ewigen Frieden in der Philosophic. 1796. 2. 
Kritik der reinen Vernunft. 3, Prolegomena zu einer 
jeden kiinftigen Metaphysik. — Logik. 4. Kritik der 
Urtheilskraft. — Beobachtung Uber das GefUhl der 
Schonen u. Erhabeneti, 5, Schriften znr Philosophie 
der Natur. Gedanken von der wahren Schiitzung der 
lebendigen Krafte. 1746. — Meditationum quarundam do 
igne succincta delineatio, 1755, — Metaphysicie cum 
geometria junctae usus in philosophia naturali. 1756. — 
Neuer Lehrbegriff der Bewegung und Ruhe. 1758. — 
Grunde des Unterschiedes der Gegenden im Raume. 
1768. — Metaphysische AnfangsgrUnde der Naturwis- 
senschaft. 1786. 6, Schriften zur physischen Geoqra- 
phie. Untersuchung der Frage : ob die Erde in ihrer 
Umdrehung um die Achse, einige Veranderung seit den 
ersten Zeilen ihres Ursprunges erlitten habe. 1754. — 
Ob die Erde veralte? 1754. — Allgemeine Naturge- 
schichte und Theorie des Himmels. 1755. — Gesch. und 
Naturbeschreibung der merkwUrdigsten Vorfiille des 
Erdbebens. 1756. — Betrachtung der seit einiger Zcit 
wahrgenommenen ErderschUtterungen. 1756.— Theorie 
der Winde. 1756. — Entwurf und AnkUndigung eines 
Collegii der physischen Geographic. 1765. — Von den 
verschiedenen Racen der Menschcn. 1775. — Bestlm- 



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mung des Begriff^ einer Menschenrace. 1785. — CJeber 
den Uebrauch teleologischur Principicn in der Philos- 
ophic. 1788. — Ueber die Vulcane im Monde. 1785. — 
Kinfliiss des Moiides auf die Witterung. 1794. — Vor- 
lesungen Uber physisehe Geog. 1802. — Suppl. zur 
phys. Greogr. aus dem handschrifllichen Naehlasse 
Kant's. 7. Anlhropologisch'- praktische Schrifktn. 
Vom Erkenntnissvermogen. — Vom Geflihi der Lust 
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ligion in d. Grenzen d. blossen Vernunft, Sireitder Fac- 
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aus seinem Naehlasse. 2. K.'s Biographie zum grossen 
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Contents. Vol. 1. O zyciu i pismach F. K.. przez K. 

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Szczepanowi Czarnieckiemu na Starostwo Tykoci6skie 

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KASHMIR 



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KAYSBB 



Kashmir. See Cashmere. 

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Katharine Morne. {In Atlantic monthly, v. 19. 1867.) 
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Kauffmann, — . Chroniques de Rome, tableau de la 
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— Dora. London, 1868. 3 v. 12°. 

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Contents. Vol. 1. Introd. — Mile, de Gournay. — 
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— "Clelia'. — Mile, de Scudery's purpose. — Mme. de 
La Fayette. — 'Zayde'. — 'The Priticess of Cleves'. — 
Mme. de Tencin. — 'Memoirs of Comminge'. — 'The 
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Riccoboni's tales. — Mme. de Genlis. — Historical nov- 
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Mme. Cottin. — 'Amelie Mansfield'. — Mme, de Slael. 
— 'Delphine'. — 'Corinne'. 

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1868. 8". 

— Nathalie; a tale. New York, 1857. 12". 

— Queen Mab. New Y^ork, 1864. 12". 

— liachel Gray; a tale founded on fact. Lpz., 

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— Silvia; a novel. New York, 1870. 8". 

— Summer and winter in the two Sicilies. Lon- 

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— Sybil's second love. London, 1867. 3 v. 8". 

— Women in France during the 18th century. 

New ed. London, 1864. 8". 

Kavanagh, Morgan. Myths traced to their primary 
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2 V. 12". 

Kavanagh; a tale, by H. W. Longfellow. 8th ed. 
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Kavina, Pietro Maria. See Cavina. 

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Kay, James Phillips. Moral and physical condition of the 
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Kay, Joseph. Social condition and education of 
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Kay, Stephen. Travels and researches in Caffraria. 
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— .Same. Phila., 1871. 8". 

— History of the Sepoy war in India, 1857-58 

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— History of the war in Afghanistan. New ed 

London, 1857-58. 3 v. 8". 

— Life and correspondence of Charles Lord Met 

calfe. London, 1854. 2 v. 8". 

— Life and correspondence of Sir J. Malcolm 

London, 1856. 2 v. 8". 

— Same. New ed. Paris, 1858. 2 v. 16°. 

— Lives of Indian officers. Lond., 1869. 3 v. 18". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Lord Cornwalli.s. — Sir John Mai 
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— Sachregister zum Kayser'schen Biicher-Lexi- 

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KEELING 



Kayser, Karl. De eventu sectionis csesarese. 

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KEEMLE 



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KELAT 



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Keith, ^George. Journal of travels from New- 
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Keith, Patrick. System of physiological botany. 
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Keith, Sir Kobert Murray. Memoir and corre- 
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KELHAM 



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KELTY 



Kelham, Robert. Dictionary of the Norman or 
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Keller, Christoph. See Cellarius. 

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Kellogg, Allyn S. Memorials of Elder J. AVhite 
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Kelly, Michael. Reminiscences. N. Y., 1826. S**. 

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Kelso, Isaac. Stars and bars ; or. Reign of terror in 

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Kelty, Mrs. Mary Ann. Visiting my relations. 

3d ed. London. 1853. 16° 



KEMAON 



1617 



KENDALL 



Kemaon. McClelland, J. Inquiries in the prov- 
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Kemlo, Francis. Kemlo's watch-repairer's hand- 
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Kemp, Edward. How to lay out a garden. 2d ed. 
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Kemp, James, Bp. Sermon, the manner in which the Gos- 
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(E 61) 
Kemp, John, Cardinal Bp., d. 1454. Williams, F. {In 

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Facts serving to illustrate the character of Th. [Hay] 
late Earl of Kinnoull. Edin., 1788. 8°. (B 858, 1857) 
liote. The ^Facts' have a separate title-page. 

— Another copy of the Facts. Edin., 1788. 8» (C 187) 
Kemp, Wm. Kemp's nine dales wonder ; ed. by 

A.Dyce. London, 1840. 4*^. (Camden Soc, 
V. 11.) 

— Collier, J. P. {In his Memoirs of the principal 

actors in the plays of Shakespeai-e. 1846.) 
Kempe, Alfred John. Historical notices of the 
Church of St. Martin-le- Grand, London. 
London, 1825. 8°. 



— ed. Loseley mss. ; illustrative of English his- 

tory, etc., Henry viir.- James i. London. 
1836. 8°. 

Kemper, Joannes Melchior. Oratio de aetatis nostras fatis. 
Lugd. Bat., 1816. 8°. (B 357) 

Kempis, Thomas a. See Thomas a Kempis. 

Ken, Thomas, Bishop of Bath and Wells. Christian 
year ; or. Hymns and poems for the holy- 
days of the Church. London, 1868. 12°. 

— Bowles, W. L. Life of K. London, 1830. 

2 V. (v. 2 w.). 8°. 

— Life of K. ; by a layman. London, 1851. 8*1 

— Strickland, A. {In her Lives of the seven bishops. 

1866.) ^ 

— WiLLMOTT, R. A. {In his Lives of the English sacred 

poets, V. 2. 1839.) 
Kendal, James. Exposition of 1 Tim. iii. 16 ; disc, Quincy, 

Apr. 27. Plymouth, 1825. 8° (B 1168) 
Kendal, Samuel. Discourse, Ellsworth, Maine, Sept. 9, 

gathering of a church and ordination of P. Nurse. 

Boston, 1812. 8". (B 908) 

— Discourse, June 14, interment of S. Dexter. Boston. 

1810. 8". (872, 909) 

— The inspired Scripture, etc, sermon, Oct. 23, 1793, 

ordin. of T. M. Harris, Dorchester. Boston, 1794. 
8». (B 168, 226, 1314) 

— Love an essential attribute of Deity ; sermon, Roxbury, 

Nov. 16, 1794. Boston, 1795. 8". (B 908) 

— Religion the only sure basis of free governments; ser- 

mon, [election,] May 30. Boston, 1804. 8°. (B 187. 
202, 847, 1830) ^ 

— Sermon, Feb. 19, [thanksgiving day]. Boston, 1795. 

8». (B 226, 843. 1876, W 38) 

— Sermon, March 14, ordin. of I. Allen, Bolton. Camb., 

1804. 8". (B 1314) 

— Sermon, Weston, Jan. 12, a century since the incor- 

poration of the town. Camb., 1813. 8°. (B 275) 

— Steadfast adherence to the oracles of God, etc. ; ser- 

mon, ordin. of A. Williams, Lexington, Dec. 30, 
1807. Boston, 1808. 8». (B 209, 864) 
Kendall, Amos. Memorial to the Senate, etc. See Morse, 
8. F. B., and others. (B 1503) 

— Grouard, G. M. a practical printer's answer to K.'s 

tract, no. 5, on the public printing. [Wash.,] 1844. 
8°. (B1500) 

— and Stambaugh, S. C. Western Cherokees; state- 

ment and argument on their claims arising under 
the treaties of 1835-46. Wash., 1847. 8° (B 1502) 
See also Van Buren, M, (Kenny, L.) 

— vs. Stokes, W. B., et al. Opinion of the Supreme 

Court of the U. S. n.p., 1845. 8°. (B 1438) 
Kendall, E. Otis. Longitude of several places in the U. S., 

as deduced from the observations of the solar 

eclipse of Sept. 18, 1838. {In Amer. Phil. Soc. 

Trans., n.s., v. 7. 1841.) 
Kendall, Edmund Hale. Sermon on the abuses of the 

papal hierarchy. Boston, 1853. 12". (C 208) 
Kendall, Edward Augustus. Travels through the 

northern parts of the TJ. S., 1807-08. New 

York, 1809. 3 v. 8''. 

— Account of the writing on Dighton Rock. {In Amer. 

Acad. Mem., v. 3. 1809.) 

Kendall, George. Appendix to 'The unlearned 
chemist'; receipt for Matthew's pill. Lon- 
don, [1663]. 12°. 

Kendall, George Wilkins. Narrative of the Texan 
Santa Fe expedition. 6th ed. New York, 
1855. 2 V. 12". 

— War between the U. S. and Mexico ; illust. 

by C. Nebel. New York, 1851. f°. 

Kendall, Henry Edward. Designs for school- 
houses. London, 1847. f". 

Kendall, James. Discourse, before the Humane Soc. of 
Mass., June 8. Bost., 1813. 8°. (B 962, 1923, 2530) 

— Discourse, 50th anniv. of his ordination, Jan. 1. Ply- 

mouth, 1850. 8°. (B 1325, 1539) 

— Discourse, Plymouth, Feb. 22, death of Washington. 

Boston, 1800. 8". (B 173, E 48) 

— Occasional sermon, Plymouth, interment of E. Spooner. 

Boston, 1818. 8°. (B 320) 

— Preparation for war; sermon before the Anc. and 

Hon. Artillery Co., June 2. Bost., 1806. 8°. (B204) 

— Sermon before the Soc. for Prop, the Gospel among 

the Indians, Nov. 7, 1811. Boston, 1812. 8». (B 320) 

— Sermon, Dennis, Jan. 2, ordin. of C. Holmes. Boston, 

1805. 8". (B 1320) 



KENDALL 



1618 



KENNEDY 



— Sermon; man's accountableness to his Creator and a 

future retribution. (In Liberal preacher, v. 1. 1828.) 

— Sermon occasioned by the loss of the brig Regulator. 

Plymouth. 1836. 8". (B1126) 

— Sermon, ordin. of O. Hayward, Barnstable, Nov. 8, 

1815. Boston, 1816. 8" (B 1320) 

— Sermon. Plymouth, character and blessedness of the 

righteous, Sept. 21. Boston, 1800. 8". (B 1168) 

— Sermon, Plymouth, Dec. 14, ISOO, death of Col. G. 

Watson. Boston, 1801. 8». (B 908, 1007) 

— Sermon. Plymouth, Sept. 4. death of D. Tappan. 

Boston, 1803. 8". (B 203, 282) 

Kendall, John. Elucidation of the principles of 
Gothic architecture. London, 1818. 8". 

Kendall, liev. John B. Brunswick discussion ; review of 
the report of the discussion at Brunswick, between 
J. Kendall and C. La Fevre. Troy, 1834. 8". (B1358) 

Kendall's expositor. Vol. 3, no. 18: Address to the de- 
mocracy of the U. 8. Wash., 1843. 8". (B 1664) 

Kendrick, Ariel. Sketches of the life and times of 
K., by himself. 3ded. Winsor, Vt., 1850. 24° 

Kendrick, Asahel Clark. Life and letters of Mrs. 
E. C. Judson. New York. 1860. 12". 

Kendrick, liev. Clark. Sermon, Montpelier, Oct. 8, Ver- 
mont election. Montpelier, 1818. 8°. (B 1881) 

Kendrick, James. Edinburgh medical and physical dic- 
tionary. 1807. See Morris, R. 

Kenilworth; a novel, by [Sir W. Scott]. Phila., 
1821. 2 V. 12". 

— Same. (In Ids Works, v. 22, 23. 1829-31.) 
Kenilworth Castle. Eeck, J. Guide to K. Leam- 
ington, n.d. 16°. 

Another copy. (C 276) 

— Gascoigne.C. Princely pleasures of K. (7« Adlard, 

G. Amye Robsart. 1870.) 

— Laneham, R. Letter describing the magnifi- 

cent pageants before Queen Elizabeth at K. 
Castle in 1575, with introd. preface and notes. 
Phila., 1822. 12". 
Same. {In Adlard, G. Amye Robsart. 1870.) 

— Thomson, 3Ir8. A. T. K.. its heroes and heroines. 

{In her Recol., v. 1. 1854.) 

Kennan, George. Tent life in Siberia, and adven- 
tures among the Koraks and other tribes in 
Ivamtchatka. New York and London, 
1870. 12". 

Kennard, Adam Steinmetz. Eastern experiences 
collected during a winter's tour in Egypt and 
Holy Land. London, 1855. 8". 

Kennard, Robert Wm. Controversial correspond- 
ence between P. Maclachlan and K. Lon- 
don, 1855. 8". 

Kennaway, John H. On Sherman's track ; or, 
The South after the war. London, 1867. 12". 

Kennebec claims. Mass. Gni. Assembli/. Statement of 
the K. claims. Boston. 1786. 8° (B 651) 

Kennebec Indians. Hanson, J. W. Sketch of the Ken- 
nebec Indians. (In hi.s Hist, of Gardiner. 1852.) 

— Sem^all, S. Memorial to the Gov. of Mass. rel. to 

the K. Indians. {In Maine Hist. Soc. Col., v. 3. 

1853.) 
Kennebec purchase. Gardiner, R. H. History. (In 

Maine Hist. Soc. Col., v. 2. 1847.) 
Kennebec River, Gardiner, R.H., Jr. Observations on the 

opening and closing of the K. (In Smithsonian 
^ Inst. Report, 1858.) 

— U.S. War Dep't. Survey of Kennebec River; letter 

transmitting a report of a survey of the K. Wash., 

1827. 8°. (19th Cong. 2d gess. Ho. of R. Doc. 103. 

B 1493) 

See also Jones's Eddy on the Kennebec. 
Kennebunkport, Me. Bradbury, C. History of 

K., 1602-1837. Kennebunk, 1837. 12". 
Kennedy, Archibald. Importance of gaining and 

preserving the friendship of the Indians. 

New York, 1751. 8". 

— Same. London, 1752. 8". (B 603, 922) 

— Seriotis considerations on the present state of 

affairs of the northern colonies. New York. 
1754. 8". 

— Another copy. (B 358) 

— Same. London, [1754J. 8°. (B 922) 



Kennedy, Benjamin Hall. Notes on public education. (In 
Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans.. 1864.) 

Kennedy, Charles Malcolm. Turks of Constantinople. (In 
Galton, F. Vacation touri^ts, v. 3. 1864.) 

Kennedy, Charles Rann. Carmen Graecum. — Senarii 
Graeci. (/« Cambridge Univ. Prolusiones. 1829.) 
— Carmen Latinum. — Senarii Graeci. (7711830. B 
1236) 

Kennedy, Edward Shirley. Night adventure on the Bris- 
tenstock. (In Ball, J. Peaks, passes. 1859.) — 
Ascent of Pizzo Bernina. (In 2d ser., v. 1. 1862.) 
JVote. The 2d ser. of Peaks, passes, etc., was ed. 
by Kenned}'. 

Kennedy, Evory, M.D. Observations on obstetric 
auscultation ; with app. by J. Smith. Dub- 
lin, 1833. 12". 

— On the principles and uses of alliteration in poetry. 

(In Afternoon lectures, 3d ser. 1865.) 
Kennedy, Geo. John. Senarii Graeci praemio Porsoniano 
dignati, Cantab., 18.31. (/w Cambridge Univ. Pro- 
lusiones. 1831. B 1236) 
Kennedy, Miss Grace. Decision ; or, Keligion 
must be all. 2d Amer. ed. Bost., 1823. 16°. 

— Profession is not principle. Fr. 2d Edin. ed. 

Boston, 1824. 16". 

Kennedy, Henrj'. Influence of food on intellect. (In Nat. 
Assoc. From. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1861.) 

Kennedy, James. Description of the antiquities 
and curiosities in AVilton-House ; [with] the 
anecdotes and remarks of Thomas, Earl of 
Pembroke. New ed. Sarum, 1786. 4". 

— New description of the pictures, etc., at the Earl of 

Pembroke's house, at Wilton. Salisbury, 1757. 8". 
(B 1190) 

— Same. Salisbury, 1768. 8°. (B 696) 

Kennedy, James, M.D., d. 1827. Conversations on 
religion, with Lord Byron and others. Lon- 
don, 1830. 8". 

— History of contagious cholera. Lond., 1831. 8°. 
Kennedy, James, Judge. Modern poets and poetry 

of Spain. London, 1852. 8". 

— Ancient languages of France and Spain. (In Philolog. 

Soc. Trans., 1855.) — Some affinities on the Basque 
language, with words referred to the Finnish and 
Indo-Germanic languages. (In Proc. 1856.) 

Kennedy, John, Rector of Bradley. Complete sys- 
tem of astronomical chronology unfolding 
the Scriptures. London, 1762. 4". 

Kennedy, John. Treatise upon planting, garden- 
ing, and the management of the hot-house. 
2d ed. London, 1777. 2 v. 8". 

Kennedy, John, b. 1769. Fairbairn, W. Memoir of K. 
(In Lit. and Phil. Soc. of Manchester, v. 21. 1862.) 

Kennedy, Rev. John. Hebrew servitude and 
American slavery. London. 1863. 12" 

Kennedy, Capt. John Clark. Algeria and Tunis 
in 1845 ; account of a journey made by Vise. 
Fielding and K. London, 1846. 2 v. 12° 

Kennedy, John Herron. Brown, M. (In Smith, J. Hist, 
of Jefferson Coll. 1857.) 

Kennedy, John Pendleton. Defence of the Whigs, 
bv a member of the 27th Congress. New 
York, 1844. 18°. 

— Address before the Maryland Institute for the Promo- 

tion of the Mechanic Arts, Oct. 21. Bait., 1851. 8°. 
(B 1586) 

— Discourse, Baltimore, on the life and character of Wm. 

Wirt. Bait., 1834. 8». (B 1228) 

— Discourse on G. Calvert before the Md. Hist. Soc, 

Dec. 9. Bait., 1845. 8". (B 1608) 

— Horse-shoe Robinson. Phila., 1835. 2 v. 12°. 

— Same. Rev. ed. New York, 1852. 12". 

— Letter on the principles and value of the protective 

system. Wash., 1842. 8°. (B 1174) 

— Memoirs of Wm. Wirt. Phila., 1849. 2 v. 8°. 

— Mr. Ambrose's letters on the rebellion. New 

York, 1865. 16°. 

— Quodlibet ; cont. some annals thereof, by Solo- 

mon Secondthoughts. Phila., 1860. 12°. 

— Reply to the review of his disc, on the character of 

Calvert, Apr. Bait., 1846. 8". (B 1608) 



KENNEDY 



1619 



KENRICK 



— Rob of the Bowl ; a legend of St. luigoe's. Rev. 

etl. Phila., 1860. 12'^. 

— Some pasfagos in the life of \V. Thom. n.p., 1846. 

Vr. (C256) 

— Speech on the annexation of Texas, Jan. 11. Wash., 

1845. 8». (B 1510) 

— Swallow Barn, or a sojourn in the Old Domin- 

ion. New York, 1851. 12". 

— To the mechanics, manufacturers, and working men of 

Baltimore. Bait.. 1845. 8". (B 1514) 

— TucKERMAN, H. T. Life of K. New York, 

1871. 8°. 
Kennedy, John Pitt. Instruct, employ, don't hang 
them ; or, Ireland tranquillized without 
soldiers, etc. London, 1835. 8". 

— Papers on practical instruction, etc.^ framed for 

Loughash and Cloghan national agiiculture 
schools. Dublin, 1845. f°. 
Kennedy, Joseph C. G. Agricultural statistics of the 
U. S., 1850. (/w De Bow. Indust. res., v. 1. 1852.) 

— History and statistics of Maryland. — Preliminary re- 

port on the eighth census. See United States. 
Ctnms. 

Kennedy, Morgan C. Violetta ; or, I'm thinking of a flower ; 
music by E.O.Eaton. Augusta, [186-]. 4". (E171) 

Kennedy, Patrick, Esq. Answer to Paine's letter to Wash- 
ington. L( ndon, 1797. 8". (B 525) 

— Same. 3d ed. London, 1797. 8". (B 619) 

— Same. Phila.. 1798. 8°. (W 60) 

— Journal up the Illinois, and a list of the different tribes 

of Indians, with the number of fighting men. etc. 

{In Hutchins, T. Topog. desc. of Virginia. 1778.) 
Kennedy, Patrick. Legendary fictions of the Irish 

Celts. London, 1866. 8". 
Kennedy, Quintine, Abbot of Crosraguell. Ane compen- 

dius tractive. — Letter to James, Ai'bp. of Glasgow, 

[and] correspondence [with] J. Willock, 1559. — 

Davidson, J. Answer to the 'Compendius tractive'. 

{In WodrowSoc. Miscel., v. 1. ]844.) 
Kennedy, Thos. Diss, med. de nutritione foetus. Lugd. 

Bat.. 1682. 4". (B 1867) 
Kennedy.Timothy. Life of M. Powers, under sentence 

for the murder of K. Boston, 1820. 8°. (B 1462) 
Kennedy, Lieut. Col. Vans. Nature and aifinity of 

ancient and Hindu' mythology. London, 

1831. 4°. 
Kennedy, Hev. W. J. The conscience clause. {In Nat. 

Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1866.) 
Kennedy, Walter. Life. {In Soc. of Anc. Scots. Lives 

of Scottish poets, v. 3, pt. 5. 1822.) 
Kennedy, Wm. Texas, its geography, nat. hist., 

etc. New Y'ork, 1844. 8". 

— Texas ; rise, progress, and prospects of the re- 

public. London, 1841. 2 v. 8", 
Kennee-Voo ; or, The sacking of Allaroonah ; by 

T. Greenhalgh. London, 1856. 8". 
Kennerly, C. B. R. Zoology of the expedition; route near 

the 3.5th parallel ; field notes and explanations. {In 

U. S. War DepH. Beports of explor. for a R. R. to 

the Pacific in 1853-54, v. 4.) — Mammals and birds 

of the route. {In v. 10.) 
Kennet or Kennett, Basil. Antiquities of Rome. 

London, 1731. 81 

— Lives and characters of the ancient Greek poets. 

London, 1697. 2 pt. 8". 
Kennet or Kennett, White, Bp. of Peterborough. 
Bibliothecae Americanse primordia ; attempt 
toAvards lajing the foundation for an Amer. 
library. London, 1713. 4". 

— Character of the late King James, in his preface to an 

address of thanks. 1706. — The French favourites. 
{In Somers, J. Col. of tracts, 2d ed. v. 12. 1814.) 

— 2d letter to the Bp. of Carlisle on Bp. Merks seizing 

some libels written by Rev. G. Ilickes. 2d ed. 
London, 1716. 8". (B 101) 

— 3d letter to the Bp. of Carlisle on Bp. Merks, etc. 

London, 1717. 8", (B 101) 

— Lets and impediments in planting the Gospel; sermon, 

1.5th Feb., 1711/12, with proceedings of the [S. P. G. 
F. P.]. London, 1712. 8°. (B 870) 

— Monitions and advices to the clergy of Peterborough, 

primary visitation, July and August. London, 
1720. 40. (B 97) 



— Popery and slavery reviving; account of the growth 

of Popery in Scotland. Edin., 1714. 8° (B 30) 

— Seasonable disc, of the rise, progress, etc., of the gun- 

powder treason ; sermon, London, Nov. 5. London, 
1715. 4°. (B 98) 

— and Hughes, J. Complete history of England. 

London, 1706. 3 v. f", 
G.ntents. Vol.1. Milton, J. Britain to William the 
Conqueror. — Daniel, S. From the Conquest to the 
end of Edward in. —Reigns of Richard ii., Henry iv., 
v., VI. — Habington, J. Reign of Edward iv. — Moore, 
Sir T. Lives of Edward v. and Richard in. — Buck, G. 
Life of Richard ill. — Bacon, Ld. F. Life of Henry vii. 
2. Herbert, E., Ld. of Clurbvry. — Hist, of Henry vili. 
— Hayward, Sir J. Life of Edward vr. — Godwin, F„ 
Bp. of Hereford. Life of Queen Mary. — Camden, W. 
Queen Elizabeth; — Annals of James i. — Wilson, A. 
History of James I. 3. Lives of Charles i., n.. James 
II., William and Queen Mary, and William in. 

— North, R. Exam en ; or, An enquiry into 

the credit and veracity of a pretended com- 
plete history [Kennet's]. London. 1740. 4". 

Kennet and Avon Canal. Authentic description of the 
canal ; added, present state of the inland navigation 
of the S. W. counties. London, 1811. 8". (B 1740) 

Kenneth ; or, The rear guard of the grand army ; 
by C. M. Yonge. New York, 1855. 12°. 

Kenney, James. Ella Rosenberg; melodrama. {In Sar- 
gent, E. Mod. stand, dr., v. 37.) 

— Raising the wind. {In Minor dr., v. 4.) — The Irish 

ambassador. {In v. 5.) 

— Sweethearts and wives. (/?» Sargent, E. Mod. stand. 

dr.. v. 10.) 
Kenney, Lucy. Alexander the Great; or. The learned 
camel; [verses], n.t.p. [18—.] 12°. (C 188) 

— Deathblow on Campbellism. n t.p. [1%—.}%°. (B1358) 

— Pamphlet showing how easily the wand of a magician 

may be broken, and that if A. Kendall can manage 
the U. S. Mail well a female of the U. 8. can manage 
him better, n.t.p. [1838] 8". (B 1497) 
Kennicott, Benjamin, D.I). Answer to a letter from T, 
Rutherforth. London. 1762. 8". (B 658) 

— State of the collation of the Hebrew mss. of the Old 

Testament at the end of 1761. n.p., [1761]. 8°, (B 
658) 

— PHILAI.ETHES, pseud. Two letters to K. vindicating 

the Jews from the charge of corrupting Deut. xxvii. 
4. London, 1762. 8°. (B 658) 

Kennison, Philip. Wilmams, W. Serious consideration ; 
sermon, Cambridge. Sept. 15. execution of K. for 
burglary. Boston. 1738. 8". (B 235) 

Kenniston, Laban and Levi. Report, trial of Levi and 
Laban K. [for] robbery of E. l**. Goodridge. Bos- 
ton, 1817. 8". (B 344) 

— Same. Salem, 1817. 8". (B 344) 

Kenny, Thomas. Life and genius of Shakespeare. 
London, 1864. 8". 

Kenosha Co. Frank. M. Early history of K. {In Wis- 
consin State Hist. Soc. Col., v. 3. 1857.) — LOTH- 
KOP, J. Early history of K , and of the Western 
Emigration Company. {In v. 2. 1856.) — Mygatt, 
W. First settlement of K. (/u v. 3. 1857.) 

Kenrick, Francis Patrick, Archbp. of Baltimore. 
Catholic doctrine of justification. Phila., 
[1841]. 12°. 

— Letter on Christian union. Phila., 1841. 8". (B 1775) 

— Primacy of the apostolic see. Phila., 1838. 12". 

— Same. 3d ed. New York, 1848. 8". 

Substance of a sermon on charity towards enemies. 

Phila., 1843. 8". (B 1295) 

— Theologia dogmatica. Phila., 1839, 40. 4 v. 8°. 

— Theologia moralis. Phila., 1841-43. 3 v. 8°. 

— Treatise on baptism; also. Treatise on confirma- 

tion. 2ded., rev.andcorr. Bait., 1852. 12". 
Kenrick, John, of Nnctori, Mass. Horrors of slavery; in 

two parts. Camb., 1817. 12". (B 527, C 69) 
Kenrick, John, M.A. Ancient Egypt under the 

Pharaohs. New York, 1852. 2 v. 12". 

— Egypt of Herodotus ; with notes and diss. 

^London, 1841. 8". 

— Phoenicia. London, 1855. 8°. 

p,-obable origin of modern co-operatione. {In Lit. 

and Phil. Soc. of Manchester. Mem., v. 11. 1842.) 

— The respect due to Christian liberty in religious educ. ; 

disc Jan. 24, 50th anniv. of the foundation of Man- 
Chester College. London, 1836. 8°. (B 1344) 



KBNRICK 



1620 



KENTUCKY 



Kenrick, Timothy. Exposition of the historical 
writings of the N. Test., with a memoir of 
the author ; ed. by J. Kentish. From the 2d 
Lond. ed. Boston, 1828. 3 v. 8". 

Kenrick, Wm., LL.D., d. 1779. Epistles, philo- 
sophical and moral. London, 1759. 8°. 

— Falstaff's wedding. {In Bell, J. Brit, theatre, v. 30. 

1797.) 

— The pasquinade; with notes variorum. Book 1. Lon- 

don, 1753. 4°. (A 71) 

— Rhetorical dictionary. London, 1773. 4°. 

— Rhetorical grammar. London, 1784. 8". 

— Ajiother copy. (B 737) 

Kenrick, Wm. Cast-iron hollow-ware, tinned and enam- 
elled, and cast-iron mongery, (/w Timmina, S. Ke- 
sources of Birmingham. 1866.) 

Kensal Green Cemetery. Clark, B. Handbook 
for visitors. London, 1843. 12° 
Same. 2d ed. London, [1844?]. 8". (C 276) 

Kensington, Eng. Hunt, J. H. L. The old court 
suburb. 3ded. London, [186-]. 12". 

— BiCKHAM, Gr. Curiosities of K. (/n Ais DeliciasBrit.) 

See also South Kensington. 

Kensington, N. If. T>o\v, J. Bill of mortality. Dover, 
N". H., 1802. 4°. (A 2) 

Kent, Duchess of. See Victoria Mary Louisa, Duchess of 
Kent. 

Kent, Duke of. See Edward, Duke of Kent. 

Kent, Benjamin. Address, funeral of Hon. G. Partridge, 
July 9. Boston. 1828. 8". (B 960) 

Kent, Edward. Address to the legislature of Maine, Jan. 
Augusta, 1838. 8". (B 1496) 

Kent, Edward N. Description of a new apparatus for sepa- 
, rating gold and other precious metals from foreign 
Bibstanccs. (/ti Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 9. 1856.) 

Kent, Mrs. Elizabeth T., Funeral sermon on. 1862. See 
Duncan, J. (C 202) 

Kent, George. Characteristics and claims of the age; ora- 
tion before the Phi Beta Kappa Soc, Dartmouth 
College. Concord, 1832. 8°. (B 1096) 

TLent, Mrs. M-Annah, Funeral sermon on. 1758. See Lowell, 
J. (B 64, C 21) 

Kent, James, Chancellor. Commentaries on Amer- 
ican law. New York, 1826. 4 v. 8". 

— Same. 11th ed. ; ed. by G. F. Comstock. 

Boston, 1866. 4 v. 8". 

— Commentaries on international law ; rev. with 

notes and cases by J. T. Abdy. Camb., 
1866. 8". 

— Course of reading. New York, 1840. 12°. 

— Address at New Haven before tlie Phi Beta Kappa Soc. 

New Haven, 1831. 8". (B 1022, 1113) 

— Address before the Law Assoc, of the city of N. Y., 

Oct. 21. New York, 1836. 8°. (B 1589) 

— Anniversary discourse, before the N. Y. Hist. Soc, 

1828. {/n New York Hist. Soc. Col., ser. 2, v. 1. 
1841. B939) 

— Dissei'tations; the preliminary part of a course of law 

lectures. New York. 1795. 8". (B 418) 

— Introd. lecture to a course of law lectures, Nov. 17. 

New York, 1794. 8". (B 418) 

— J., W. James Kent. {In Longacre, J. B., and Her- 

ring, J. Nat. portr. gal., v. 2. 1835.) 

— Proceedings of the bar of the city of N. Y., on [his] 

death. New York, 1817. 8". (B 1219) 
Kent, Nathaniel. General view of the agriculture of the 

Co. of Norfolk. London, 1794. 4". (W 74) 
Kent, W. C. M. The Derby ministry ; cabinet pic- 
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— General history and collection of voyages and 

travels. Edin. and London, 1824. 18 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Discovery of Iceland by the Nor- 
wegians, 9th cent. — Voyages of Ohthere to the White 
Sea and the Baltic. 9th cent. — Remarks on situation of 
Scirlnges-heal and Haethum by J. R. Forster. — Voyage 
of Wulfstein in the Baltic, as related to King Alfred. — 
Voyage of Sighelm to India, in the reign of Alfred. — 
Travels of J. Erigena to Athens, 9th cent. — Geography 
of the known world, 9th cent., as described by King Al- 
fred. — Travels of A. Leucander, 11th cent. — Voyage of 
Swanus to Jerusalem, 1052. — Voyage of three ambas- 
sadors from England to Constantinople, about 1056. — 
Pilgrimage of Alured to Jerusalem. 1058. — Pilgrimage 
of Ingulphus to Jerusalem, 1064. —Original discovery of 
Greenland by Icelanders, 9th cent. — Early discovery 
of Winland, or America, by Icelanders, about 1001. — 
Travels of two Mahometans into India and China, 9th 
cent., by Musudi. — Travels of Rabbi Benjamin from 
Spain to China, 12th cent. — 'I'ravels of an Englishman 
in Tartary, 1243. — Sketch of the revolution in Tartary. 

— Travels of J. de Piano Carpini, 1246. — Travels of 
W. de Rubruquis, about 1253. — Travels of Haitho, 
Prince of Armenia, 1254. — Travels of M. Paulo into 
China and the East, 126V-12^5. — Travels of Oderic of 
Portenau, 1318. — Travels of Sir J. Mandeville, 1322. 

— Itinerary of Pegoletti, between Asof and China, 1355. 

— Voyages of N. and A. Zeno, 1380. — Travels of 



Schildtberger, 1394. — Travels of ambassadors of Shah 
Rokh, 1419. — Vovage and shipwreck of Quirini, 1431. 

— Travels of J. Barbaro, 1436. 

2. Early pilgrimages from England to the Holy Land , 
1097-1107. — Discovery of Madeira. — Account of the 
discovery and conquest of Canary Islands. — History of 
the discoveries of the Portuguese along coast of Africa, 
and of discov. and conquests in India, from 1412-1505. 

— Summary of discoveries of the world, to 1555; by A. 
Galvano. — Journey of A. Contarini, ambassador from 
Venice to Persia, 1473-76. — Voyages of discov. by Por- 
tuguese along western coast -of Africa, under direction 
of Don Henry. — Original journals of voyages of A. da 
Cada Mosto and P. de Cintra to coast of Africa, 1455, 
56 and afterwards. — Continuation of Portuguese dis- 
coveries on coast of Africa, from death of Don Henry to 
the discov. of Cape of Good Hope, 1486. — History of 
the discov. and conquest of India by the Portuguese, 
1497-1505, by H. L. de Castaneda. — Letters from Lis- 
bon, beginning of the 16th cent., rcsp. the then recent 
discov. of route by sea to India, and the India trade. 

3. History of discovery of America by Columbus; 
written by his son, F. Columbus. — Account of the 
discov. of America by Columbus; by A. de Herrara. — 
Voyages of A. Vespucius to the new world. — Summary 
of the discoveries and settlements of the Spaniards in 
the West Indies from death of Columbus to the expedi- 
tion ot Hernando Cortes against Mexico. — History of 
discovery and conquest of Mexico, written, in 1568, by 
B. Diaz del Castillo. 

4. Contin. of the History, etc. — Hist, of the discov- 
ery and conquest of Peru by Pizarro; by A. Zarate. 

5. Early history of Peru, after the death of F. Pizarro 
to the defeat of Gonzalo Pizarro, by A. Zarate. — 
Contin. of the history of Peru from 1549 to death of 
Inca Tupac Amaru, extracted from G. la Vega. — His- 
torj' of the discovery and conquest of Chili. — Discov- 
ery of Florida, and account of ineffectual attempts to 
conquer and settle the country, by the Spaniards. 

6. Earl;/ English voyages of discovery to America. 
Discovery of Newfoundland by J. and S. Cabot, 1497. — 
Discourse by G. Butrigarius, resp. the discovery of 
America by Sebastian Cabot. — Notice cone. Sebastian 
Cabot by Ramusio. — Notice resp. the voyage of Sebas- 
tian Cabot N.-West, from Peter Martyr ab Angleria. — 
Testimony of F. Lopez de Gomara, cone, discoveries of 
Seb. Cabota. — Note resp. discoveries of 8. Cabot, 'from 
Fabian's Chronicle. — Brief notice of discovery of New- 
foundland, by R. Thorne. — Voyage of Sir T. Pert and 
S. Cabot, about 1516, to Brazil, St. Domingo, and Porto 
Rico. — Brief note of voyage by T. Tison, to West 
Indies, before 1526. — Voyages of J. Cartier to New- 
foundland and Canada, 1534, 35. — Discoveries, naviga- 
tions, and conquests of Portuguese in India, 1509-1617. 

7. Contin. of transactions of the Portuguese in India, 
1617-40. — Voyages and travels in Egypt, Syria, Arabia, 
Persia, and India, by L. Verthema, 1503. — Voyages 
and travels of C. Frederick in India. — Early English 
voyages to Guinea and other parts of the west coast of 
Africa. — Second voyage of the English to Barbary, 
1552, by Capt. T. Windham. — Voyage to Guinea and 
Benin, 1553, by Capt. Windham and A. A. Pinteado. — 
Voyages to Guinea, 1554, by Capt. J. Lok ; — 1555-58, 
by Wm. Towerson; — 1562, by Wm. Rutter ; — 1-563, 
hy R. Baker ; — 1564, by Capt. D. Carlet. — Voyage to 
Guinea and Cape de Verd Islands, 1566, by G. Fanner. 

— Embassy of E, Hogon to Morocco. 1577. — Embassy 
of H. Roberts to Morocco, 1585. — Voyages to Benin, 
1588, 90, by J. Welsh. — Voyage of R. Rainolds and T. 
Dassel to the Rivers Senegal and Gambia, 1.591. — Gal- 
lant escape of the Primrose, from Bilboa in Spain. 1585. 

— Voyage of Sir F. Drake, 1585, to West Indies. — Cruis- 
ing voyage to Azores by Capt. Whiddon, 1586, by J. 
Evesham. — Brief relation of services performed by 
Sir F. Drake, 1587. — Account of the expedition of the 
Spanish Armada, 1588. — Voyage to the Azores. 1589, 
by G. Clifford, Earl of Cumberland. — Sea fight by ten 
merchant ships of London against twelve Spanish gal- 
lies, in the Straits of Gibralter, 24th April, 1590; — 
Apr. 1591, by the Centurion of London against five 
Spanish gallies. — Sea fight near the Azores, between 
the Revenge, commanded by Sir R. Granville, and 15 
Spanish men of war, Aug. 1.591, by W. Raleigh. — Fleet 
of the Indies expected in Spain, 1591. — Report of a 
cruizing voyage to the Azores, 1591, sent with supplies 
to the Lord T. Howard; written by Capt. R. Flicke. — 
Exploits of the English in expedition and cruizing voy- 
ages, 1589-92. — Cruizing voyage to the Azores. 1592, by 
Sir J. Burrough. — Taking of two Spanish ships, 1592, 
by Capt. T. White. — Destruction of a great East India 
carak, 1594, written by Capt. N. Downton. — List of 
the royal navy of England at the demise of Queen Eliz- 
abeth. — Early voyages of the English to East Indies, 
before the establishment of an exclusive company. — 



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— Voyage to Goa, 1579. in the Portuguese fleet, by T. 
Stevens, — Journey to India over-land by 11. Fitch and 
others, 1583, — Suppl. to journey of Fitch ; eight letters. 

8. Voyage of J. Eldred. by sea to Tripoli, in Syria, 
and thence by land and river to Bagdat and Basora, 
1583. — First voyage of the English to India, 1591, begun 
by Capt. G. Raymond, and completed by Capt, J. Lan- 
caster. — Supplementary account of former voyage, by 
J. May. — Unfortunate voyage of Capt. B. Wood 
towards East Indies, 1596. — Voyage of Capt. J. Davis, 
1598, as pilot to a Dutch ship. — Voyage of Wm. 
Adams to Japan, 1598. — Voyage of S. de Wert to the 
Straits of Magellan. — Voyage of Sir E, Michelburne 
to India, 161(4. — Early voyages of the English to India, 
after the establishment of the E. I. Co. — 1st voyage of 
the English E. I. Co., 1601, under Capt. J. Lancaster. — 
2d, 1604, II. Middleton. — 3d, 1607, Wm. Keeling. — 
Account of Java, and of the first factory of the English, 
Bantam, 1603-05. — Narr. of Wm. Hawkins. — Obs. of 
Wm. Finch. — Voy. of Capt. D. Middleton, 1607, to 
Bantam. — 4th voyage of E. I. Co. under Capt. A. 
Sharpey, 1608. — Voyage of Capt. 11. Rowles. — 5th 
voyage of E. I. Co., 1609. under Capt. D. Middleton. — 
6th, 1610, Sir H. Middleton. — Journal of preceding 
voyage, by N. Downton. — 7th voyage of E. I. Co., 
1611, undeV Capt. A. Hippon, — Notices of preceding, 
by P, W, Floris. 

9. 8th voyage of E. 1. Co., 1611,under Capt. J. Saris. 

— 9th, 1612. E. Marlowe. — 10th, 1612, T, Best. — Cbs. 
during preceding voyage, by Mr. Copland, R. Boner, 
N. Whittington. — 11th voyage of E. I. Co., 1612, in the 
Baloman. — ]2th. 1613, Capt. C. Newport. — Voyage of 
of Capt. N. Downton to India, 1614. — Journey of Mr. 
R. Steel and J. Crowther, 1615, 16. — Voyage of Capt. 
W. Peyton to India, 1615. — Notes from the journal of 
R. Hawes. — Journal of Sir T. Roe, ambassador to the 
Emperor of Hindoostan. — Voyage to India, 1616, by 
E. Terry. — Journey of T. Coryat, by land from Jeru- 
salem to the court of the Great Slogul. — Wrongs done 
the English at Banda, by the Dutch, 1617, 18. — Fifth 
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— Guide to Cork, Killarney, and the south of 

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Killinchy, Ulnter. Short statement of facts rel. to the 

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Kilner, Dorothy. Jemima Placid. — The perambulations 

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Kilpatrick, Hugh Judson. Moore, J. K., and our 

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Kilvert, Rev. Francis. Memoirs of Richard Hard, 

Bp. London, 1860. 8°. 
Kimball, Caleb. Child assisted in giving the heart 

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Kimball, Charles Otis. Address on the occasion of the 2nd 

aniiiv. of the Soc. for the Prom, of Temperance in 

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Kimball, Daniel. Address before the Needham Temper- 
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Kimball, David Tenney. The pastor's jubilee; 
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— Sermon, Boston, bef. the Mass. Soc. for Prom. Christ. 

Knowledge. May 30, Camb., 1821. 8". (B 287) 
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1839, 8". (B 1295, 1840) 

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hill. 1823. 8°. (B 952) 

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Kimball, Edmund. Reflections upon the law of libel. 
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Kimball, Harriet McEwen. Hymns. Boston, 
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Kimball, Howard, Mt. Washington, e^c. 1871. ^ee Hitch- 
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Kimball, .Tames. Gleanings from files of the Court of Gen- 
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Kimball, James P. Cretaceous age of silver deposits in 
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Kimball, Joseph Horace. Emancipation in the West Indies. 
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Kimball, Richard Burleigh. Romance of student 
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Kimber, Thomas. Construction of the modern 
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.<— Field works ; with observ. on their construc- 
tion and uses. London, 1861. 8°. 



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griechischen und deutschen Sprache. Lpz., 

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King, — . Catalogue of books sold July 5, 1803. London, 

n.d. 8". (B 1621) 

— Same. Oct. 5. 1803. London, n.d. 8". (B 1621) 
— Same. Oct. 26, 1803. London, n(/. 8°. (B1621) 

— Same. Nov. 10, 1803. London, n.d. 8". (B 1621) 

— Same. Nov. 15, 1803, London, n.d. 8°. (B 1621) 

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King, Charles. ' British merchant ; papers rel. to 

the trade and commerce of Gt. Britain and 
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— French. Le negociant anglois ; trad, libre. 

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anniv. disc, 1848. (/« New York Hist. Soc. Col., 
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— Life of J. G. King and S, Ward. {In Hunt, F. Lives 

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— CoLiMBiA College. Addresses, inaug. as Pres., 

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King, Lieut. Charles. Treaty ports of China and Japan. 

1867. See Mayers, W. F. 
King," Charles Wm. Antique gems; their origin, 

uses, and value. London, 1860. 8°. 

— Handbook of engraved gems. Lond,, 1866. 8°. 

— Natural history of precious stones and metals. 

London, 1870. 8°. 

King, Mrs. Charlotte. Fitz-George, H, W, Memoirs. 
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King, Clarence. U. S. geol. exploration of the 40th parallel. 
See United States. 

King, Daniel Putnam. Address commemorative of seven 
young men of Dan vers slain in the battle of Lexing- 
ton. ^Salem, 1835. 8». (B 1812) 

— Eulogy at the funeral of G. Foster, Nov. 3, Danvers; 

with notes. Danvers, 1846. 8". (B 1215) 

— Speech on the President's message transmitting the 

constitution of California, May 21, Wash., 1850, 8°, 
(B 1504. 1516) 

— Appleton, F. P, Two discourses, decease of K, 

Boston, [1850]. 8°. (B 1219) 

— United States. Zlst Cong. Ist sess. Obituary ad- 

dresses. Wash., 1850. 8°. (B 1219) 

— Upham, C. W. Memoir of K. {In Essex Inst. Hist. 

Col., V. 10. 1869.) 
King, David, M.D. Purpura haemorrhagica; Fiske Fund 
prize diss. No. 2, June 1836. Boston, 1837. 8°. (B 
1556) 



KING 



1627 



KING 



King, David. LL.D. The Sabbath. Glasgow, [184-]. 8". 

(B 1374) 
King, Edward. Morsels of criticism. Lond., 1800. 

3 V. 8". 

— Remarks on the signs of the times. London, 

1798. 4*'. 
Supplement. London, Feb. 1799. 4°. 

— Catalogue of the collection of prints of K- ; 

sold 1808 ; [prices in mss. Lond., 1808.J 81 

King, J/r#. F. E. Beneficial eflFects of the Christian temper 
on domestic happiness. 2d ed. London, 1807. 8°. 
(B 1369) 

King, George, Earl of Kingston. Narrative of the pro- 
ceedings of the commissioners of suffering lovalists ; 
in the case of P. Hay. Dublin. [1808]. 8°. "(B 726) 

King, Gregory. Life, by himself, {hi Heraldic miscel. 
1793.) 

King, Dr. H. Geology of Missouri. {In Amer. Assoc. 
Proc. V. 5. 1851.) 

King, Henry, Jip. of ChicJiester. {In Campbell, T. Brit, 
poets, V. 4. i819.) 

King, Col. J. Anthony. Twenty-four years in the 
Argentine Kepublic. N. Y., 1846. 12°. 

King, Capt. James. Journal of transactions at the Sand- 
wich Islands. {In Kerr, K. Col. of voy., v. 16, 17. 
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— Journals of Govs. Phillip and King since the pub. of 

Phillip's voyage, (/n Hunter, J, Hist, journ. 179.3.) 

— Some particulars of New Zealand. {In Collins, D. 

Account of the Eng. Colony, etc., v. 1. 1798.) 

— Voyage to the Pacific Ocean. See Cook, J. 

King, James Gore. King. C. Life of J. G. K. {Tn Hunt, 
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King, John, Rector of Chelsea. Animadversions on 'A let- 
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King, John. Analysis of the subject of extra-uterine foeta- 
tion, and of the retroversion of the gravid uterus. 
n.p., 1818. 8''. (E 59) 

King, John Alsop. Letter to his constituents of the 1st 
district of N. Y. Jamaica, L. I., 1851. 8°. (B 1505) 

— Speech on the admission of Cajifornia, June4. Wash., 

1850, 8°. (B 1516) 

— Delay AN, E. C. Letter to Gov. King: appeal for co- 

operation in temperance reform. Albany, 1857. 8°. 
(B 1281) 
King, John P. Speech on the bill imposing additional duties, 
as depositaries, on public officers, Sept. 23. Wash., 
1837. 8°. (B 1496) 

— Speech on the land bill, Jan. 31. Wash., 1837. 8°. (B 

1496) 

King, Josiah. Mr. Blount's <Oracles of reason' an- 
swered. Exon, 1698. 8°. 

King, Peter, \st Baron King, Lord Chancellor. En- 
quiry into the constitution, discipline, etc. 
of the primitive Church. London, 1712. 8". 

— Sat7ie, abridged. London, 1847. 12". 

King, Peter, 7th Baron King. Life of J. Locke, with 
extracts from his correspondence, etc. Lon- 
don, 1829. 4«. 

— Selection from the speeches and writings of K. 

London, 1844. 8°. 
Contents. Memoir by Earl Fortescuc. — Miscellane- 
ous notes. — Hints, 1820. — Extract of a journal kept 
three or four weeks. — The corn laws. — Thoughts on 
the effects of the bank restrictions. — Thoughts on the 
catholic question. — Speeches. 

— Thoughts on the restriction of payments in 

specie at the banks of England and Ireland. 
London, [1803]. 8". 

— Same. London, 1804. 8". (B 721) 

— Brougham, H., Ld. {In his Statesmen, ser. 2. 1839.) 
King, Capt. Philip Parker. Narrative of a survey 

of the inter- tropical coasts of Australia, 
1818-22. London, 1827. 2 v. 8". 

— Same. {In Mont6mont, A. Biblioth., v. 21. 1834.) 

— and others. Narrative of the surveying voy- 

ages of H. M. y. Adventure and Beagle, 

1826-36. London, 1839. 3 v. in 4. 8°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. King, Capt. P. P. Proceedings of 

Istexped., 182r)-30. 2, and Appendix. Fitz-Roy, Ca;?^ 

R. Proc. of 2d exped., 1831-36. 2 v. 3. Darwin, C. 

Journal and remarks, 1832-36, 



King, Rev. Richard, Rector of Worthing, Shropshire, b. 
1749, d. 1810. Discourse on the inspiration of the 
Scriptures. London, 1805. 8". (B 267) 

— Thanksgiving sermon, recovery of K. George iii., at 

Forres, Apr, 23, 1789. Loudon, 1797. 8", (B 226) 
King, Richard. Narrative of a journey to the 
shores of the Arctic Ocean in 1833-35, under 
Capt. Back. London, 1836. 2 v. 12°. 
King, Richard John. Handbook to the cathedrals 
of England. London, 1861-69. 6 v. 8°. 
Contents. Southern (Uvi Vol. 1. Winchester. — 
Salisbury. — Exeter, — Wells. 2. Chichester, — Can- 
terbury. — Rochester, Eastern div. Oxford. — Pe- 
terborough. — Norwich. — Ely. — Lincoln, Western 
div. Bristol. — Gloucester. — Hereford. — Worcester. 

— Lichfield. Northern div. Vol. 1. York. — Ripon. 
Carlisle. 2. Durham. — Chester. — Manchester. 

— Carlovingian romance, (/^i Oxford essays, 1856.) 
King, Robert, Earl of Kingston. Antiquities of 

Mexico ; fac-similes of anc. Mexican paint- 
ings and hieroglyphics, with Monuments of 
New Spain, by Dupaix ; illust. by mss. by 
A. Aglio. London, 1830-48. 9 v. f° 
Contents. Vol.1. Copy of the col. of Mendoza, in 
the Bodleian Lib. — Copy of the Codex Telleriano- 
Remensis, in the Royal Lib., Paris. — Fac-simile of a 
Mexican hieroglyphic painting, from the col. of Botu- 
rini. — Fac-simile of an orig, Mexican painting, in the 
Bodleian Library, — Fac-simile of a Mexican painting, 
in the Bodleian Lib. — Fac-simile of a Mexican hiero- 
glyphic painting, Bodleian Lib. 2. Copy of a Mexi- 
can ms., in the library of the Vatican. — Fac-simile of 
a Mexican paintmg given to the Univ. of Oxford by 
Arbp. Laud, Bodleian Lib, — Fac-simile of a Mexican 
painting in the Institute at Bologna, — Painting in the 
Imperial Lib. at Vienna. — Paintings deposited in the 
Royal Library at Berlin by Humboldt, and a bas-relief 
in the Royal Cabinet of Antiques. 3. Painting, in the 
Borgian Museum, at the College of the Propaganda in 

Rome. — Painting in the Royal Lib. at Dresden. 

Painting in the possession of M. de Fezervary, at Pess 
in Hungary. — Painting in the library of the Vatican.— 
4. Monuments of New Spain, by Dupaix. — Speci-, 
mens of sculpture, in the possession of Latour Allard,* 
Paris. — Specimens of sculpture in the British Museum, 

— Plates copied from the Giro del mondo of Gemelli 
Careri; with an engraving of a Mexican cycle, from a 

painting formerly in the possession of Boturini. 

Specimen of Peruvian quipus, with plates representing 
a carved Peruvian box cont. a col. of supposed Peruvian 
quipus, 5. Extrait de I'ouvrage de M. de Humboldt 
sur les monuments de I'Amerique. — Esplicacion de la 
colleccion de Mendoza. — Explicacion del Codex Telle- 
riano-Remensis. — Codice mexicano che si conserva- 
nclla Biblioteca Vaticana. — Viages de G. Dupaix 
sobre las antigiiedades mejicanas y americanas, — 
De la retorica y filosofia, moral y telogia, de la gente 
Mexicana, por B, de Sahagun, 6. Appendix : 
Interpretation of the hieroglyphic paintings of the 
collection of Mendoza. — Explanation of the hiero- 
glyphical paintings of the Codex Telleriano-Remensis. 

— Translation of the explanation of the Mexican paint- 
ings of the Codex Vaticanus. — Monuments of New 
Spain, by Dupaix. — Notes. 7, Ilistoria univ. de las 
cosas de Nueva Espaiia. por B. de Sahagun. 8. Suppl. 
notes, contin. of those [in] the 6th vol. — Suppl. extracts 
from Spanish authors. — History of the N.. Amer. In- 
dians, their customs, etc.. by J, Adair. — Cartas inedi- 
tas de Cortes. 9. Cronica mexicana de F. deAlvarado 
Tezozomoc, — Historia chichimeca por F. de Alva Ix- 
tlilxochitl, — Relaciones de F. de Alva Ixtlilxochitl. 

— Ritos antiguos. sacrificios e idolatrias de los Indios 
de la Nueva Espaiia y de su conversion si la fee y 
quienes fueron los que primero la predicaron. 

King Rufus. Letter to Gov. Bowdoin, on the revival of 
the NeAvfoundland bill, Mny 18, 1786; — Letter to E. 
Gerry, on the territory of the U. States north-west 
of the Ohio. {In Mass. Hist. See. Proc, 1866-67.) 

Speech on the navigation act. N. Y., 1818. 8». (B 456) 

Speech on the navigation act. — Remarks on the Mis- 
souri bill. {In Moore, F. Amer. eloq., v. 2. 1864.) 

Substance for two speeches on the Missouri bill. New 

York, 1819. 8". (B 527) 

Consideration in favour of the appointment of R. 

King to the Senate of the U. S. by M. Van Buren. 
n.p., [1819]. 8». (B533) 

H., J. Rufus King. {In Longacre, J. B., and Her- 
ring, J. Nat. portr. gal., v. 3. 1836.) 
King Samuel. Hand of the Lord upon the cattle; sermon, 
Northampton, Dec, 7, 1749. Lond., 1750. 8". (B 74) 



KING 



1628 



KING 



King, Samuel W., Gov. of R. L Cowell. B. Inciter to S. 

W. King. 2d ed. [Prov., 1842.] 8". (A 73) 
King, Rev. Samuel Wm. Italian valleys of the 

Pennine Alps, tour through the valley of 

northern Piedmont. London, 1858. 8°. 
King, T. Lover's qiiHrreU; or. Like muster like man; an 

interlude, altered from the 'Mistake' of Sir J. Van- 

burgli. (/« London stage, v. 3.) 
King, Thomas Butler. California the wonder of 

the age; report. New York, 1850. 8". 

— Another copy. (B 1600) 

— Speech on the bill addit. to the act on treasury notes, 

Mar. 18, 1840. n.t.p. 8". (B 1497. 1817) 

— Wheeler, H. G. (//i/tt.'? Hist, of Congress, v. 2. 1848.) 
King, Rev. 'J'homas F. The Lord's supper, sermon, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. Portsmouth, 1828. 8". (C 199) 

King, Thomas II. The study-book of medieval 

architecture and art. London, 1868. 4 v. 4". 

King, Thomas Starr. Patriotism and other papers. 

Boston, 1864. 12". 

Contents. Introd. — Biog. sketch by R. Fi-othingh9,m. 

— Patriotism. — Washington, or. Greatness. — Beauty 

and religion. — Great principles and small duties. — 

Plato's views of immortality. — Thoughts and things. 

• — True greatness. — Indirect influences. — Life more 
than meat. — Inward resources. — Natural and spiritual 
providence. — Philosophy and theology. — Nature and 
revealed religion. — The idea of God and the truths of 
Christianity. — The harmony of opposite qualities in 
the Saviour's character and teachings. — Chief appeal 
of religion. 

— Death of Webster; sermon, Oct. 31. 2d cd. Boston, 

1852. 8°. (B 1726) 

— Losses and gains of a church; sermon, death of D. 

Weld. Boston, 1852. 8". (B 1227, 1247) 

— The railroad jubilee; two discourses. Boston, 1851. 

8". (B1295) 

— Sermon, installation of C. Bradlee, Camb., Dec. 11, 

1854. Boston, 1855. 8°. (B 1320) 

— Short review of E. Beecher's 'Conflict of ages'. 

Boston, 1854. 8°. 
Note. From the Univ. quarterly, Jan. 1854. 

• — Spiritual Christianity, (/rt Pitts Street chapel lec- 

tures. 1858.) 

— Trinitarianism not the doctrine of the New Testament; 

two lectures, {hi Walker, J. P. New discussion 
of the Trinity. 1870.) 

— White Hills, their legends, landscape, and po- 

etry. Boston, 1860. 8°. 

— Same. Boston, 1871. 8°. 

— Adams, N. God is love; a supplement to 'Reason- 

ableness of future endless punishment'; with a brief 
notice of K.'s reply. Boston, 1858. 12°. (B 1282) 

— Bartol, C. A. The unspotted life; disc, in memory 

of K., Mar. 6. Boston, 1864. 8° (B 1540) 

— Fkothingham, R. Tribute to T. S. King. Bos- 

ton, 1865. 16°. 

— In raemoriara. n.p., [1864]. 8° (B 1639) 

King, W. K. Life of H. R. W. Hill. {In Hunt, F. Lives 

of Amer. merchants, v. 2, 1858.) 
King, Walter. Farewell discourse, Chelsea. New York, 

1811. 8° (B 1295) 

— Two sermons, Apr. 19, public fast, and April 28. 

London, 1793. 4". (B 1258) 

— and others. Circular letters cont. an invitation to 

unite in the execution of the 'humble attempt' of 
Pres. Edwards. Concord, 1798. 8°. (B 663, 1359) 

King, William, Capt. Voyage to Bay of Mexico, 1592. {In 
Hakluyt, R. Col, of voy., v. 4. 1811.) 

King, Wm., Abp. of Dublin, h. 1650, d. 1729. [State 
of the Protestants in Ireland under King 
James, t.p.w. London, 1692.] 8°. 

— Same. London, 1745. 8". (B 579) 

— Discourse cone, the inventions of men in the worship 

of God. 5th ed. London, 1712. 4". (B 15) 

— Collins, A. Vindication of the divine attributes; 

remarks on [K.'s] 'Divine predestination'. London, 
1710. 8". (B 38) 

— Defexce of Dr. Clarke's demonstration of the 

being and attributes of God ; an answer to 
[E. Law's] translation of K.'s 'Origin of 
evil*. London, 1732. 8". 
Second defence. London, n.d. 8°. 

— Edwards, J. Divine perfections vindicated; on [K.'s] 

'Divine predestination'. London, 1710. 8". (C 229; 



— Epistola objurgatoria ad K. Londini, 1744. 8". (B 

1399) 
King, Wm., LL.D., b. 1663, d. 1712. Original 
works ; ed. by J. Nichols. London, 1776. 
3 V. 12". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Memoir. — Reflections upon Va- 
rillas's History of heresy. — Animadversions on a pre- 
tended Account of Denmark, [by Vise. R. Molesworth]. 

— Dialogues of the dead. — Journey to London, 1698. 

— Remarks on the tale of a tub. — Letter to the author 
of a book. — Battle royal. — Adversaria. 2. Trans- 
actioneer. — Useful transactions in philo^)phy and 
other sorts of learning. — Vindication of H. Saciieverell. 

— Bisset's recantation. — Answer to a second scanda- 
lous book. — Two letters from Tom Boggy to the Canon 
of Windsor. — Rufiiuis. — Essay on civil goverimient. 

— Life of Wm.. Earl of Flanders. — Analogy between 
physicians, cooks, and playwrights, 3, Useful mis- 
cellanies. — Art of cookery. — Art of love. — Poems. 

— Letter to a friend on love, marriage, etc. — Pindaric 
ode to the memory of Dr. King. — Crapulia. — Dedica- 
tions. — Index. 

— Miscellanies in prose and verse. Lond., n.d. 8". 

Contents. Animadversions on a pretended Account of 
Danmark; [by Molesworth]. — Journey to Lond., 1698. 

— The furmetary ; u very innocent poem. — Two letters 
to C. Boyle. — Dialogues of the dead rel. to the present 
controversie cone, the Epistle of Phalaris. — Mullej of 
Mountown ; a poem. — Orpheus and Euridice. — Answer 
to 'A letter to the Rev. Dr. South', upon occasion of a 
late book 'Animadversions upon Dr. Sherlock's book in 
vindication of the Trinity'. — Reflections upon Varillas, 
his history of heresie as far as relates to English mat- 
ters. —Dialogue shewing the way to modern preferment. 

— Miscellany poems. 

— Poems. {In Anderson, R. Brit, poets, v. 6. 1795; — 

Johnson, S. Works, v. 10. 1806 ; — and his English 
poets, V. 1. 1810; — and in Chalmers, A. English 
poets, V. 9. 1810.) 

— Useful transactions, cont. a voyage to the Island of 

Cajamai. London. [1709]. 8". (B 646) 
King, Wm., LL.D., principal of St. Manfs Hall, 
Oxford, b. 1685, d. 1763, Political and liter- 
ary anecdotes of his own times ; ed.by P. H. 
Duncan. Boston, 1819. 12". 
King, Wm., JI.D. Physiology as connected with educa- 
tion. {I7i Central Soc. of Educ, v. 2. 1838.) 
King, Gen. Wm. Letters to J. Monroe, Pres. of the U. S. 
n.p., 1820. 8". (B 535) 

— and Hill, M. L. Remarks upon a pamphlet pub. at 

Bath, rel. to infractions of the laws during em- 
bargo, etc. Bath, 1825. 8». (B 534) 

— Disclosure, no. 1 ; documents rel. to violations of the 

laws during the commercial restrictions and late war 
with Gr. Brit. Pt. 1. Bath, 1824. 8". (B 1106, 1789) 

— Vindication of the character of .V. Richardson 

against K. Portland, 1822. 8". (B 570) 

— Ftme?-al discourse on. lSb2. .See Fiske, J. O. (B1246) 
King, Capt. William R. Report of experimental 

and theoretical investigations, relative to the 
quality, etc., of materials for defensive armor. 
Wash., 1870. 4^. (U. S. Corps of engin. 
Prof, papers, no. 17.) 

King, AVm. Ross. The sportsman and naturalist 
in Canada. London, 1866. 8". 

King, Wm. Rufus, Vice-President of the U. S. 
United States. 33c? Cong. 1st sess. Obit- 
uary addresses on the occasion of the death 
of K., Dec. 8, 1853. Wash., 1854. 8". 

— Sketches of the lives of F. Pierce and W. R. K. 

n.t.p. [1852.] 8". (B1506) 
King Alexander. {In Weber, H. Metrical romances, v. 

1. 1810.) 
King, The, and deserter; by J. Maddox. {In Sargent, E. 

Mod. stand, dr., v. 39.) 
King, A, and no king. See Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, .J. 
King, The, and the Commons; cavalier and Puritan song. 

See Morley, H. 
King, The, and the miller of Mansfield. See Dodsley, R. 
King, The, and the minister, by M. de los Reyes. {In Roa- 

coe, T. Spanish novelists, v. 8. 1832.) 
King, The, and the poor northern man ; from the ed. 

of 1640; ed. by J. P. Collier. London, 

1841. 8". (Percy Soc, v. 1.) 
King Arthur. See Arthur. 
King Charles i.; a tragedy. See Harvard, W. M. 



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King Charles i.; an hist, tragedy. See Mitford, M. R. 
King Henry iv., v., vi., viii. See Shakespeare, W. 
King Henry v.; a tragedy. See Hill, A. 
King Horn, with fragments of Floriz and Blaunche- 

Hur and of The assumption of Our Lady ; 

ed.byJ.K. Lumby. Lend., 1866. 8". (Early 

Eng. Text See.) 
King John. See Shakespeare, W. 
King Lear. See Colman, G. ; — Shakespeare, W. 
King of the commons; a play. See White, J. 
King Rene's daughter. See Hertz, H. 
King Richard ii., iir. See Shakespeare, W. 
King William and K. Lewis, See K. William. 
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Kinga or Cunegund. Dllgossls, J. Vita B. Kinga. {In 

Acta sanct., v. 32. 1868.) 
Kingdom of heaven. Jones, .T. H. The kingdom 

of heaven, what [and] where it is. Boston, 

1871. 8". 
Kinghorn, Joseph. Public worship considered. London, 

18U0. 12". (C 231) 

— Hal,i<, R. Reply to K., a further vindication of free 

communion. {In his Woiks, v. 1. 1833.) 
Kinglake, Alexander Wm. Eothen ; or, Traces of 
travel brought home from the east. New 
York, 1845. 12". 

— The invasion of the Crimea ; its origin and 

progress to the death of Lord Raglan. Lon- 
don, 1863-75. 5 V. 8". 

— Same. N. York, 1863-75. 3 v. 12°. 
Kinglake, Robert. On gout. London, 1804. 8". 

— Reply to [Dr. A.] Edlin's two cases of gout ; 

death [from] the use of ice and cold water. 
Taunton, 1804. 8". 

— Strictures of J. Parkinson's Observations on the nature 

and cure of gout. Taunton, 1807. 8". (B 818) 

Kinglake, Wm. Chapman. Byzantium; a poem which ob- 
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Jerusalem in the first crusjade; prize poem, Cam- 
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Kingman, Bradford. History of North Bridgewater, 
Mass. Boston, 1866.' 8". 

Kingman, John, and others. Exposition of the causes 
wliich led to the secession from the Meth. Epis. Ch. 
in Charleston. Charleston, 1834. 8". (B 1395) 

Kings. For works on the conscience, duties, rights, etc., 
of kings see Monarchs and monarchy. 

Kings, Book of. See Bible (p. 278). 

King's and Queen's College of Physicians in 

Ireland. Transactions. Dublin, 1817-28. 

5 V. 8". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Crampton, J. Ulceration and 

rupture of the stomach. — Stoker, W. Tumors within 

the abdomen, — O'Brien, J. Suppuration of the liver. 

— Black, S. Dissections of two habitual drunkards. 

— Mills, T. Influence of hepatic disease over the func- 
tions of the uterus. — Brooke, W. Hydrocephalus 
acutus in an adult. — Reid, R, Use of oxygen gas in 
angina pectoris; — Nature and treatment of tetanus. 

— Brooke, W. Three cases of melaena in which the oil 
of turpentine was useful. — Stoker,.W. Dropsy and 
apoplexy . — Grattan, R. Chronic rheumatic inflam- 
mation cured by bandages. — Crampton, J. Hydroce- 
phalic fever. — Geoghegan, E. Abscess in the liver; — 
Enormous distention of the colon. — M'Loughlin, P. E, 
Complicated dropsy and dissection. — Percival, E. Ep- 
idemic fevers of Dublin. — Clarke, J. Registry kept 
in the Dublin lying-in hospital. — O'Brien, J. Medical 
report of the fever hospital in Cork St. 1814. — Grattan, 
R. Med. report for the same hospital, 1815. 2. Archer, 
N. Paracentesis of the thorax, — Stoker, W, Fatal 
constipation of the bowels. — Frizell, C. Ruptured 
uterus. — Wilmot, S, Unusual termination of psoas 
abscess. — Stoker, W. Apoplexia cephalitica. — Car- 
michael, A. Dreaming; — Extirpation of a tumor of 
the neck engaging the parotid gland, — Nicholl, W. 
Use of turpentine ; — Case of angina pectoris. — Perci- 
val, E. Medullary sarcoma; — Cases of inflammation 
and enlargement of the pancreas. — Crampton, J. 
Clinical report on dropsies. — Black, S. Cases and dis- 
sections iliust. of diseases of the brain, — O'Brien, J. 
Inflammation and abscess of the brain, — Grattan, R. 
Inflammation of the ear, — Carmichael, R. Observa- 
tions on varix and venous inflammation ; — Incurable 
disease of the arm, — Barry, J. M. Origin of intestinal 



worms. — Stoker, W. Med. report for 1816, — O'Brien, 
J. 1817. — Barker, F. Report cont. an account of the 
progress of the present epidemic. 3. Reid, R. Pa- 
thology and treatment of fever founded upon observa- 
tions made during the tpidtmic of the years 1817-19. 

— Harrison, W. Case of haemorrhage supposed to be 
from the spleen. — Robinson, 8. Eruptive diseases. — 
Ireland, R. S. Idiopathic emphysema. — Nicholl, W. 
Aft'ections of the cranial brain. — Carmichael, R. Am- 
putation of the hip joint ; — Case of cynanche laryngea. 

— Pickels, W. Report of the South Fever Asylum, 
Cork, 1817-19. — Grattan, R. Case of gangrene occa- 
sioned by the use of mercury. — Brooke, W. A well- 
marked case of liver-cough. — Nicholl, W, Case of 
erethismal state of the brain; — Case of melsena, — 
M'Keever, T, Ruptured vagina, — Falloon, D. Case 
of heart disease in a patient Avho had sufiered from 
acute rheumatism, — Grattan, R, Medical report for 
1819, — O'Brien, J, 1820, 4, Beatty, J, Case in 
which pregnancy occurred during the existence of a 
tumor in the cavity of the uterus, — Pickels, W, In- 
testinal disease. — Moriarty, T. Hepatic derangement, 

— Beatty, J, Case of ascites in a child. — Premature 
labor to which pregnant women are not unfrequentiy li- 
able, anon. — Beatty, J. Aftection of the head, — 
Sheridan, E. Hamatemesis cured by emetics of ipe- 
cacuanha, — Crampton, J. Tinea; — Conversion of 
disease. — Nicholson, A, J. Separation of the ossa 
pubis. — Crampton, J, Fatal result from mercuiial 
ointment; — Case of chorea. — Bryan, D. Case where 
the thoracic and abdominal viscera were found mis- 
placed. — M'Dowell, E. Diseases of the bladder. — 
Evanson, H. B, Hydrocephalic fever. — Teeling, C. 
Suppression of urine, — Clarke, J. Variola after vac- 
cination; — Report of the cow-pock institution. 1822. — 
Pickels, W, Case of a young woman who continues 
to discharge from her stomach a number of insects. 

— Adams, R, Removal of tumors from the neck, — 
Ryan, M, Opacity of the cornea and cataract, — Bar- 
ker, F. Med. and chem, properties of sulphate of 
quina. — Carmichael, R, Six cases of tetanus, — 
Crampton, J, Case of poisoning with opium, — Graves, 
R, J. Chem, properties of an acid found in the human 
stomach. — Creighton, J., Jr. Use of tartar emetic 
ointment in epilepsy, — Ryall, I, Purulent ophthalmia 
of new infants. — Reid, R. Pathology of epilepsy. — 
O'Brien, J, Eftects of sulphate of quina in typhus, — 
Sharkey, P. Diabetes, — O'Brien, J. Use and advan- 
tages of tobacco in the treatment of dysentery, — 
Graves, R. J. Report of the fever lately prevalent in 
Galway and the west of Ireland. 5. Ryall, I. Use 
of nitrate of silver in certain aft'ections of the eye. — Os- 
borne, J. Observations on the use of emetics of ipecac- 
uan in menorrhagia. — Cuming, T. Peripneumonia of 
children, — Crampton, J. Case of open foramen ovale 
in an adult, — Daly, P, Extirpation of an unusually 
large steatomatous tumor from the neck. — Osborne, J. 
Indications aftbrded by the sensible qualities of plants. 

— Townsend, R. Application and utility of the stetho- 
scope. — Pickells, W. Sequel of the case of Mary 
Riordan. — Wallace, W, Division of the spinal mar- 
row between the third and fourth dorsal vertebrae. 

— O'Brien. J, Medical report on the epidemic dysen- 
tery of 182.5, — Wallace, W, Dissection of a dislocated 
hip. — Reid, C. Clinical observations made during the 
epidemic fever of 1826. — Stokes, W. .Clinical observa- 
tions on phthisis pulmonalis, — Mills, T. Inquiry into 
the nature of hydrocephalus. ^- Jacob, A. Internal in- 
flammation of the eye, — Ryan, M, Extreme diftlculty 
of respiration successfully treated with hydrocyanic 
acid. — Townsend, R. Utility of the stethoscope. — 
Thetford, R. A. Indurated enlargement of the uterus. 

— O'Brien, J, Medical report for 1827. 

Kings and Queens Cos., N. Y. Walling, II. F. 

Topog. map. New York, 1859. 
King's cabinet opened. See Charles I. 
King's Chapel, See Boston, Keel. Org. (p. 347), 
King's chapel burying ground. See Boston, Hist. (p. 343). 
Kings Co., A. Y. Moffat, R, C, Rise and progress of 

homceopathy in the county, 1840-63. {In Homoeop. 

Med, See, of N. Y, Trans,, v, 2, 1864,) 
King's evil. The; choice collection of wonderful miracles. 

n.t.p. [1681,] (A 54) 
King's own, The; [by F. Marry at]. London, 1845. 

16°. 
King's prerogative. The. and the subject's privileges asserted 

according to law and reason, Lond.,1680, i". (A 64) 
King's rival. The, by T.Taylor and C, Reade. (/» Sar- 
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Kingsborough, Viscomit. See King, R., Earl of Kingston. 
Kingsbury, Benjamin Barnes. Oration before the New Ips- 

wich Appleton Academy. {In New Ipswich Ap- 

pleton Acad. Oration, etc. 1861.) 



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Kingsbury, Harmon. Appeal in behalf of the Sabbath. 
N. Y., 1834. 40. (A 61) 

— The slavery question settled, man-stealing legitimate 

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Kingsbury, John. Failures in teaching. {In Amer. Inst. 

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Kingsconnell ; a tale ; by Mrs. Gordon. London, 

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Kingsford, Jane, pseAid. See Barnard, C. 
Kingsley, Charles. Alton Locke. New York, 

1850. 12". 

Kote. Reviewed byE.Moniegut in Revue d. 
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— At last ; a Christmas in West Indies. London, 

1871. 8". 

— Address on education. {In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. 

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— Biographical preface. {In Brooke, H. The fool of 

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— David ; four sermons before the Univ. of Cam- 

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— Discipline and other sermons. London, 1868. 

12". 

— Glaucus ; or. The wonders of the shore. Bos- 

ton, 1855. 8". 

— Gospel of the Pentateuch ; a set of parish ser- 

mons. London, 1863. 16" 

— Hereward, the last of the English. Boston, 

1866. 12". 

— Same. {In Good words, v. 6. 1865.) 

— The hermits. London, [1868J. 8°. 

— The heroes ; or, Greek fairy tales. Boston, 

1864. 12". 

— Hypatia. Boston, 1854. 2 v. le**, 

— Same. 5th ed. London, 1869. 8". 

— Same. (/» Fraser's mag., v. 45-47. 1852-53.) 

— Letters from the tropics. {In Good words, v. 11. 1870.) 

— Limits of exact science as applied to history. 

Camb. and London, 1860. 8". 

— My winter garden. {In Fraser's mag., v. 57. 1858.) 

— New miscellanies. Boston, 1860. 8". 

ContenU. 'A mad world, my masters'. (Fraser, 
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Smith and A. Pope. (Oct. 1853.) — Thoughts on Shelley 
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— Obstacles to sanitary reform. {In Nat. Assoc. Prom. 

Soc. Sci. Trans., 1858.) 

— Phaethon ; or. Loose thoughts for loose thinkers. 

2d ed. Camb., 1854. 8". 

— Same. From the 2d Lond.ed. Phila., 1854. 12". 

— Poems. Boston, 1856. 16". 

— The Roman and the Teuton; lectures before the 

Univ. of Cambridge. Camb., 1864. 8". 

— Sermons for the times. New York, 1856. 12". 

— Sermons on national subjects. 2d ed. Lon- 

don, 1860. 2 ser. 12". 

— Sir Walter Raleigh, etc. Boston, 1859. 8". 

ContenU. Raleigh and his time. (N. Brit, rev., May 
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— Burns and his school. (N. Brit, rev., Nov. 1851.) — 
[Vaughan's] -Hours with the mystics'. (Fraser, v. 54. 
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— Alexandria and her schools. — My winter-garden. 
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Note. Kepr. from the N. Brit. rev. and Fraser's mag. 

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— Three lectures on the ancien regime, as it ex- 

isted on the continent before the French Rev- 
olution. Loudon, 1867. 8". 



— Twenty-five village sermons. 6th ed. Lon- 

don, 1860. 12". 

— The water of life, and other sermons. London, 

1867. 12". 

— The water-babies; a fairy tale. New ed. Lon- 

don, 1869. 12". 

— Same, {hi Littell's living age, v. 75. 1862; — and in 

Macmillan's mag., v. 6-7. 1862-63.) 

— Westward Ho ! or, Voyage and adventures of 

Sir Amyas Leigh. Camb., 1855. 3 v. 12". 
JSfote. Kev. in Revue d. D. Mondes, dec. 1855. 

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London and Camb., 1864. 8". 

— Yeast; a problem. New York, 1851. 12" 

Note. Reprinted from Eraser's mag., v. 38. 1848; 
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— Greg, W. R. Kingsley and Carlyle. (/«/*»« Literary 

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— Meyuick, F. But isn't Kingsley right after 

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— Newman, J. H. Apologia pro vita sua ; reply 

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— SowEKBY, G. B. Companion to Kingsley 's 

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Kingsley, Henry. Austin Elliot. Bost., 1863. 12". 
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— Hetty. New York, 1869. 8". 

— Sam'e. {In Every Saturday, v. 7. 1869.) 

— The Hilly ars and the Burtons. Boston, 1865. 

12". 

— Same. (/« Macmillan's mag., v. 9-11. 1864-65.) 

— liCighton Court ; a country-house story. Bos- 

ton, 1866. 12". 

— Mademoiselle Mathilde. {In Gentleman's mag., v. 3- 

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— Ravenshoe. Boston, 1862. 12". 

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— Silcote of Silcotes. {In Macmillan's mag., v. 14-16. 

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— Tales of old travel re-narrated. London, 1869. 

12". 
Contents. Vol. 1. Marco Polo. — Shipwreck of Pel- 
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Spitzbergen. — D'Ermenonville's Acclimatization ad- 
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Kingsley, James Luce, LL. D. Historical discourse. 

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— Life of Ezra Stiles, (/n Sparks, J. Amer.biog., v. 16. 

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Kingsmill, Joseph. Prisons and prisoners and the 
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Kingston, John T. Death of Tecumseh. {In Wisconsin 
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Kingston, Wm. H. G. On the banks of the Ama- 
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— Lusitanian sketches. London, 1845. 2 v. 12". 

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— Western wanderings ; a pleasure tour in the 

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Kingston, t/(/TOoi< a. Map. Plan of the harbour. London, 

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Kingston, Mans. Willis, Z. Description of K. {In Mass. 

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Kingston, N. II. Pearson. O. Mortality, 1725-1832. {In 

N. H. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 5. 1837.) 



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Kingston, y. Y. Brodhead, J. R. Notes and docunu'iits 
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Kington, T. L. Oliphant. History of Frederick ii., 
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Kinkel, Johann Gottfried. [Biographie von K. und 
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Kinne, Aaron. Explanation of Scripture types, 
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Kinneir, John McDonald. Geographical memoir 

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Kippis, Andrew, D.D. Considerations on the pro- 
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— Answer of K., resp. an error in his Life of Capt. Cook. 

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— Life of Capt. Cook. London, 1788. 4°. 

— Same. Narrative of the voyage round the 

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— Life of the Ist Earl of Shaftesbury, 1836. See Mar- 

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— Sermon, Apr, 26, on a new academical institution 

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— Sermon, Nov. 29, a day of publick thanksgiving; with 

a hymn. London, 1759, 8". (B 1252) 

— Sermon [on the importance of religious knowledge, 

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— Sermon on the Lord's Supper. 2d ed. Newburyport, 

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— Same. Boston, 1819, 8°. (C 239) 

— Vindication of the Protestant dissenting ministers' ap- 

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— TrcKEK, J. Letters to K. occasioned by his 

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Otiier copies. (B 125, 905) 

Kirby, Ephraim . Reports of cases, Superior Court, 
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J. 1837. 



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vom trierarchi^cben Kranze. {In 1865.) — Ueber 
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vom Jahre O