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After A., E. S. insert A., M. Are not the clergy ar- | 945 
raying themselves against church and que4:u? Lon- 
don, 1848. 8". (B 1231) ' 950 
Albani, Francesco, /■'or Trezza read Frezza. '. 961 
Almanacs. Petit almunach. J'or 1848 read 1840. 977 
America. Leclerc, C J'or 1847 read 1867. i 9S0 
American Assoc. I'roc, v. 6. Munuj. Farring^on, 1015 
A. C On the economical, etc. ; Hant, T. a. ia the . 1040 
uathor of Process, etc. 
Anatomy. See also. Omit Osteology. 1069 
Aoule Vincent in by [Mrs. Elizabeth iSandbam]. 
Antiquities. Hochette. J-'or 1864 read 1846. 
Arts, Fine, sjpkixger, A. Before Werke insert 1073 

WiNCKLEMAXS, J. J. _ 1101 

Augastinnfi. De ciuitate. For 1743 read 1473. 

Aunt Marys tales are by [Mary Hughs]. 1118 

Barnard. For Muj.-Gen. Jonathan Uilbert read Col. 

Joliu Groes. 
Barnett, M. For v. 9 read v. 18. 1144 

Barter, \\m. Brudenell. Ihnit Aarl of Carlisle. 1153 

Baviera, Maria Antouia Walburga. Omit tAis entry 1166 

wit/i the ConteiUs. \ 1206 

Belleisle, C. L. A. de F., due de. For Another copy, 

read Fng. Letters to Marectial de Contades. Lou- 1242 

don, 1759. 8". 
Benett, J. lleply. For computation read commu- 12S4 

talion. I 1289 

Benezet, A. Xole.. For 1784 read 1774. . 1293 

Oiuit benuet, Henry, etc. 

Bentivogiio, G. Relazioni. Omit this entry. " 1307 

Bible. J/ift. and ill. voorks. For Melmoth, C, 1310 

rtad Pratt, si. J. 1314 

Blaze de Bury, A. H. B., dit. Le chevalier, etc. 

Omit this title. 1351 

Bligh, Lieui.-Oen. T. For Appeal read Appeax. 
Blood. SCLDAMORE, C. For 1832 read 1824. 1376 

Boelen, J. For 1726 read 1826. 

Bogota. For Stewart read Stlart. 1380 

Boushommes de cire, Les is by [A. H. Blaze de Btiry]. 
Boston. Hew North Church. Parkmax, F. For 1383 

Knquiry read Enquiring. 13i4 

For Lepla> read Ltman. 

Bridges. For Kiow read Kiou. 1414 

Brooks, Eleazar. For See Brooks, E. read See ' 1417 

Stearns, C. I 1440 

Brougtiam, Henry, Baron, etc. The Account of Ld. j 

Ba*;on's Xovuin organum, is ancribed to Prof. J. I 1466 

Uoppus by Loicndts in his 'Bibliographer's man- ! 

ual', V. 11, p. 282. I 

Buonamici, Castruccio. Wisbart's translation is a ! 146S 

ttrrion of the 'Commentarii, not of the De rebus', j 
Byzantine art. Kamtz, F. J-or 1»22 read 1862. ; 146S 
Ci., M.U.,F.RS. /or 1717 read 1707. , 14S7 

Cairnie, J. For 1S38 read 1833. 

Campense. ±ur 1674 lead 1573. 1503 

For Camponesse read Camporese. 
Canada. Canals. Philupotts, O. For 1862 read 1511 

l!>42. 1567 

Canary Islands. Murray, E. For 1869 read 1859. 1567 
Omit Candidus, pseud. Plain truth, etc. ] 1.586 

Capital punishment. Philaxthropos is W. Ladd. I6.j8 
Catholic Church in Poland. Vicissitudes is by 1673 

[A. Thei.nek]. j 

Caxton, W. \\ illiam Caxton, etc. is byC. Knight. | ivn 
Cnarles Auchesier. For [Shepherd] read [Shep- 

pard]. I 1720 

Omit Cnevalier de Chasot, etc. I733 

Cicero. Philosophical icorks. De consolatione. For 1 

1760 read 1076. 1763 

Omit Clarke, C. On the edge, etc. 1763 

Clarke, John, d. 1798. To the author, «<c. This is to, \ 

not by Clarke. i 1769 

Clement ix. Before Xeu-eroeffnetes insert Clem- ' 178I 

ent XI. 

Congress of nations. Philanthropos w W. Ladd. 1737 
Copeland, Melvin. For Glasgow, n.d. read Hartford, 1793 

Cosby, Arnold. Befryre Death insert R., W. 
Criminal law. Remarks are by T. Jevons. 1801 

Cruikshank, George. Cruiksliank at home f« per- 
haps not by O. Cruikshank. 1805 
Cuthbert, At. Regisaldus. For 1805 read 1835. 
Dard. For v. 2 read v. 11. 
Denmark. History. Maurer, K. For v. 12 read 

V. 1, 2. 

For Doubeux, Louis, read Dubeux, L. 1809 

Drummoud, D. T. K. For Tenot read Terrot. 1831 

Ecclesiastical polity. Jor THATCHERreadTHACHEB. 1845 
Elmwood, Elnalhan is pseud, for .\sa Greene. 1850 

Emphyteusis. For Very read Vur. 
Engli^ fiction. Sea stories. The Sailor boy is not 

by Hannay. 1888 

1st column. Sketch is by W. Hlnter. 
Evadne. For Shiel read Shell. 

Evarts. J. See Penn, W. pseud, for J. Erarta 

(p. 2283). 
Excommunication. Sarpi, P. For 1663 read 1763. 
Family pride is by T. S. Arthur. 
Ferrier, Mary. For Mary read Susan Edmonstone. 
Fevers. For Pyon, W. read Pym, W. 
Fortification. Vallascey. For 1757 read 1758. 
France. Hiitory ( General). Stijdent's France i« by 

W. H. Jervis. 
Franzetti. A. After pub. read [Raccolta di veduti 
di Roma e di alcuni luogi suburbauil. n.t.p. ritoma, 
1787-1800.] J /- L ., 

Free trade. 2d col. Remarks are ty Fay, R. S. 
Gammer Gurton's famous histories and Gammer 

Gurton's pleasant stories are by Wm. T. Thorns. 
Gentleman's calling. After Utis title add — Same. 
(In Whole duty of man. Author of. Works, pt. 1. 

1687; 1696.) 
Gerson, J. C. Sopra. For 1S63 read 1763. 
For Gilman, Parker, read Gilmore, Parker. 
Godin des Odonais. For 1710 rend 1770. 
Great Britain. Court of Chancery. Spesce. For 
jurisprudence read jurisdiction. 
— Hist. {Rev. of 16S8, etc.) For Webster, N. read 

Callesder, j. T. 
Foi- Grillo, Cattaneo read Grille Cattaneo. 
Grosse, F. Classical. For 1705 read 1785. 
For Gnarda, J. M. read Guardia; 

— Vicissitudes. For 1869 read 1807. 
For Habits of men read Habits and men. 
Hagen, Godefrit. Memoir is by Gotthilf Hagen. 
Hale, Charles. Before See insert Hale, Charles, 6. 

1831 : omit also. 
Harvard College. IHrinity School. For Walker, 

J. read Austin, J. T. 
Hebrew lang. IHct. Latin. ScHCiDLER, V. For 

1712 read 1612. 
Heinsius, Gottfried. In prudentiam it by Xicolaus 

Helv6tius, Jean Adrien. For 1729 read 1739. 
Henderson, Marc Antony is pseudonfor Rev. G. A. 

Hints to ray countrymen is by [T. Sedgwick]. 
Historia histrionica is attributed to James Wright. 
Homerus. Commentaries. Blackwell. Fur 1786 

read 1736. 
Hughes. After Thomas insert, barrister, M. P. ; 'The 

human will' and 'The ideal theory of Berkeley' are 

by Thomas Hughes, a Wesleyan minister. 
Hull, Isaac. 'The victories of Hull', etc. is about H. 

and not by him. 
HuUmandel. For Pancourt read Rancourt. 
Hygiene. Periodiials. The 'Tables aipha- 

betiques', belong to the Annales. 
India. Maps. Hisdostan and Ixdia are by' J. 

Indians. History. Pexn is pseud, for [J. Evarts]. 
Omit Jebb, G. J. 

Jebb, John, b. 1736. Resignation is by E. Tew. 
John Bon. After person insert ["by Luke, physician] ; 
After La Martinidre insert Pichant de. 
"LSk Roquette. For — de read Jean Baptiste Marie 

Alexandre Dezos. 
Leonardo da Vinci. For Virgin, etc. read See 

Vinci, L. da. 
Letter to the public is by [R. Sharp]. 
Libraries. Lib. econ. Shurtleft. For 1851 read 

Livingston, M. For Cheetham, S. read Cheetham, J. 
Livingston, Wm. Before Review insert and Smith, 

For Locher read Loeher. 

Londonderry. Mack and Parker relate to Lon- 
donderry, X.ff. 
Loring, C. G. Wright. For Camb. read Chicago. 
Louis xviii., of France. Relatiox d'un voyage k 

Bruxelles, is by Louis; /or Voyage de Louis, e<c. 

read Same. 
Lucas, R. Twenty-four sermons. For 1810 read 

Before Lukis, Frederick C. add Luke, physician. 

The enterlude of John Bon and Mast Person; a dia- 
logue on the festival of Corpus Christ! and on tran- 

substantiation ; ed. from black-letter ed. by W. H. 

Black. London, 1852. 8*. 
Luther, M. Luther. For 1854. 12». read 1834. 16«. 
Madden, R. R. Twelvemonth's. For 1855 read 1835. 
For Malchowski, K. read Malachowski. 
Malton, T. Jdd. — -Appendix; or. Second part to 

the 'Treatise', cont. a brief hist, of perspective. 

London, 1783. f. 
Mass. (Col. and Ptov.) Gen. Court. Acts and laws. 

For Colony and town ofllcer read County and town 




1891 Mass. Commis. [on the] Surveij for a R. Ji. Report. 
For 18:54 read 1830. 

1900 — Politics. Phileleutheros. For Address of 
read Address to the. 

1901 — Zoology. Storer. Same. For 1855-60 read 

1908 Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc. Chiff lontentn. 1860-62. 
Ttie Kelatioii cone. New Kng. id by I. Stoughton. 
1914 Massie, T. For 1804 read 1806. 
1919 Mathematics. Miles, S. P. For Sherman read 
. 1929 Maxwell, W. H. Wild sports. For 1822 read 1832. 
1941 Medici, Salimbeni. /'orVol. 2,3rfadvol. 23. 

1944 Medicine. PeriodiculB. Omit Recueil, etc. 

1945 Meet for Heaven. After home insert; [by W. 

1953 Omit Mendoza, P. de S. do, etc. 
1963 Methodism. Stevens, A. Earlj- progress. Omit 

this entry, before History i7iHert Stevens, A. 
1965 Mexican Indians. Pi.mentel. jpor 1863 7-farf 1862-65. 
1978 Mignet, F. A. A. Negociations. /'o?' 1833 rfrirf 1835. 
1980 Milgenwater. After pseud, insert for G. A. Strong. 
1985 Militia. Omit Sharp, G., etc. 

— Tracts is 6i/ G.Sharp. /V>r(B768)r<'a</(B767) 

• — After Tracts, etc. add Hume. 3d ed. 

London, 1782. 8". 
1985 Milizia, F. After Principj add — Del teatro. Ve- 

nezia, 1773. 4°. (E40) 
1999 Mirabeau. CEuvres. For 1834 read 1835. 

— Lettres k Chamfort. For J. G. Schwab read 

J. C. Schwab. 
2003 Mississippi. Descr. and hist. 1805-07. Pike. For 

1808 read 1810. 
2009 Mohammed. Sprenger. Das Leben. For 1861. 

2 V. read 1861-65. 3 v. 
2016 Money. Gen. and. Miscel. works. 1829. Before 

Tholghts insert Sinclair, J. 
2021 Montalembert. Avant-propos. For 1864 read 1862. 
2036 Mordaunt, t'harles, 3d Earl. For Haliburton, T. 

C. read Warburton, T. C. 
2040 For Morgan, Manville read Morgann, ifaurice. 
2047 For Moschevosch read Moscherosch. 

2051 Moxon, J. Mecliaiiic exercises. > or 1683 r^ad 1693- 


2052 Mozley, H. N. The property. For Butter read 

2052 Mrs. Brown's. For Roes read Rose. 
2057 Mulberry. For La Brouse read La Brol'sse. 
2059 For Munroe, Lewis B. read Monroe, Lewis B. ; and 

tr. top. 2019. 
2076 Naples, Kingd. of. Descr. Swinburne. For 1777- 

88 read 177U-88. 
2085 Natural history. Gen. and Jfiscel. works. 1839. 

Reichenbach. For Przebozyb read przetozyl. 
2089 Naval chronology. Before Naval insert Schom- 


2104 New Eng. Descr. 1853. Pathfinder. For 1853 
read l>i.)5. 

2106 New England Asylum for the Blind. Add to the 
yote In 1840 the name was cliaiiged to Perkins 
Institution and Mass. Asylum for the Blind. 

2126 New York Hist. Soc. Col. Contetits. 2d ser., v. 2. 
For Nouville read Nonville. 

2132 Newton, Thomas. Transfer Letters on rclig. sub- 
jects tu Newton, John, d. 1807. 

2135 Nichols, John Gough. Narratives. For v. 17 read 
V. 77. 

2140 Nine years old. After Olave's, insert [Miss E. 


2141 Niaard, M. E. C. For Edouard read Leonard. 

2149 North Amer. Maps and Charts. For Le Ronge 
read Le Koi'ge. 

2126 Omit N. Y. [State) Soc. for the Prom, of Agric. etc. 

2151 North Carolina. Colony. Description. 1650. For 
W., E. read WILLIAMS, E. 

2160 For Nouville, Marquis de, read Nonville, Marq. de. 

2168 Obi ; or, The history is by [W. Earle, Jr ]. 

2178 After Oldys, Francis insert pseud, for George Chal- 

2180 Oliver. For Fitch Edward, read Henry K. ; for 1860 

read [I860]. 
— Before Selection insert Olivier, Fitch Edward. 

2181 On the edge is by [Miss M. Roberts]. 

2182 Onion. For meeting read munity. 

2191 Orl6ans, P. J. iV. History of the two. For 17 read 16. 
2195 Osborne, T. Catalogues of libraries. For 1753 read 

2195 Osgood, David, /'or 1832 r^nd 1802. 

2196 Ossawattomie Brown. After by read Mrs. J. C. 


2197 Otis, .Jiinies. Proposals, Trowel is Thomas Dawes, 

and Bluster is James Otis. The pamphlet was pub- 
lished at Boston in 1761. 
2206 Padua. Agric. For 1843 read 1856. 


Same. Epitome. For Rome 

























Paine, Thomas, b. 1736. Oldys, F. is pseud, for G. 

Paley, W. View. 

reitd Rowe. 
Pamphleteer. Contents, v. 5. For S., W. read 

Stafford. W. ; v. 6. For Smith, C. read Smith. W. 

Paris, A. P. Nouvelles. /"or 1843 ?-fod 1842. 
Paris. Description. Short is by R. Valpy. 

— Institut. Ac. des Sci. Morales et Politiques. 
Comte rendu. For 1846 ri-ad 1845-46. 

Parsons, Hev. Jonathan, Funeral sermon on. For 

\'%ii read 1776. The sermon by J. Mlkrat (B 324) 

is on Cnpt. Jonathan Parsons. 
Pasquali, G. B. Omit Del teatro. Venezia, 1773. 4°. 

Peace. 1831. Philanthropos. After 'pe&cn instr'; 

[by W. Laddj. 

— 1836. Philanthropos. .Be/or« Boston insert; 
[by AV. LadO]. 

Peck, F. Complete. For ^?>Zb read \'i^. 

Penn, Wm. is pseud, for [J. Evarts]. 

Pepperell, Sir W., Funeral seimon on. For 1759 

read 1752. 
Persia. Calendar. Welschil's. For 1576 read 


— IHxtory. Ctesias. i^or 1840 rwd 160L 
Perspective. 1842. Schmid. For 1842 read 1846. 
Peter I. For Stachlin nad Staehlin. 

Phila., Wilmington, and Baltimore R.R. Co. For 

[S. M. Feltonf »v«(/ I. H. Trimble. 
Phila. Boot and Shoemakers. Trial is by T. Lloyd 
Philos. Gen. works. 1641. Descartes. For 16.')0 
read 1858. 

1792-1828. Stewart. For 1854-40 read 1854- 


1837-38. Hamilton. For Mensel read 

Physics. Gen. and Miscel. works. 1845. Before 
Principles insert Scottish School Association. 
Platner, E. Z. After 8". insert Plates 4". and Tables 

obi. f. 
Pocoke, R. .B/). Description, /or 1743 rrad 1743-45. 

— Travels in the East. After 10 insert 15. 
Poland. Feci, hist. Before Vicissitudes insert 

Theiner, a. 
Political romances. See also. Add Cabet, E. Voy- 
age en Icarie; — 
Porter, Jane. Sir Edward Seward's narrative is by 

Porter, Wm. Ogllvie, M.D., and Booth, Mrs. 
Portugal. Literature. Bibliog. Salva. The Dic- 

ciomirio is by I. F. da Silva. 
Rabbinic dialects. For 1712 read 1612. 
Railroads. Itolling stock. Sullivan. For S. L. 

read J. L. 
Raine, J. The Priory. For 45 read 46. 
Reed, Joseph, Pr^'s. Reed, W. B. JSe/orf Remarks 

insert Sp.arks, J. 
Reed, W. B. Remarks is by Sparks, J. 
Relaqam. Same. (In Force. For I860 read 1850. 
Relation des missions. For 1584 read 1684. 
Religious sincerity. Add, See nlxo Hoadly, B. 
Retrospection, tor J. read Ann. 
Richard. See a/to For Ricardus read Richardus. 
Ring, J. Answer. For 1801 rend 1804. 
Rogers, Sfaj R. Stark. For 1810 read isao. 
Rcme. .<tanze. Omit. See also Rome. San Pietro. 
Rostoptchin. For 1865 read 1863. 
Rumor. For Shepherd riad Sheppard. 
Russia. Commerce. Tegoborski. For M. L. de 

7-ead L. de; for 1855 read 1855-56; for 3 v. read 

2 V. 
— Description. 1594. Veer Same. {In Pnr- 

chas. For v. 5 rmd v. 1. 

— History. 862-1862. Edwards. For 1862 rend 

SainteBeuve. Portraits contemp. Contents^ Vol. 

1. For George Sand read — M. Ballanche. — M. 

do Vignv. — Mme. Desbords. — Valmore. — Mn.e. 

Tastii. — A. de Mussel. — Balzac. — Villemain. — 

De la litteraturc industrielle. — Dix ans apres tn 

litterature. — App. sur M. de Vigny. 
Sargent, Epes. Mod. Stand, dr. Contents. 2d col. 

v. 28. For Wemyss, F., read Rede, L. 'J'.; 29. 

For Suayze, J., read Swayze, Mrs. J. C. 
Sargent, L. M.,d. 1867. ^/"<cr AddressbeforetheMass., 

ftr. add — Same. 5th ed. Bost.. 18;)3. 8°. (B1072J 
Saumaise, C. de. Plinianae. For 1789 read 16S9. 
Schelhorn, J. G. Amcen. lit. Contents. Vo]. 7. For 

Schelhorn, J. G. Com. in read Breiting, J. J. 
Scott, Sir Walter. Anc. Brit. dr. Contents. Vol. 

1. Before Spanish insert Kyd, T. 
Shakespeare. Sep. Plays. Henry iv. {Fulstaff). 

For Morgan read Morgann. 



O — . Observations on the mineral waters in the southwest- 
ern part of Va. ; letters. Phila., 1843. 8". (B 1564) 

O., F. The government is an effect, not a cause, of the 
situation of every country. Boston, 1819. 8°. (B448) 

O., J. R- Letter to a clergyman of the Church of Eiig. on 
a belief in evangelical doctrines, n.p., [181-?J. 8*. 
(B 13o9) 

— BowoEN, J. Letter from a churchman to his friend 

in Xew Haven, cont. strictures on a pamphlet signed 

J. K. O. New Haven, 180S. 8". (B 290j 
(X, Jozefine. Wajdelotka czyli dolina Aleksoty, 

powiesc. Warszawa, 1844. 3 torn. 18". 
0., X. Etudes philologiques sur quelques langues 

sauvages de I'Amerique. Montreal, 1866. 8°. 
O., R. Short questions and answeares, cont. the 

summe of Christian religion. Lond., 1600. 8". 
O., W. New Hebrew-Eng. lexicon. London, 

S. Bagster, 1845. 16". 
O., Y.; a Danish romance; by H. C. Andersen. 

X. Y., 1870. 8". 
O tempora. Phila., 1863. 12°. (D 35) 
Oahu fountain; pub. by the Oahu Temperance Boc, Jan. 

1-Oct. 1. Honolulu, 1847. 4". (E 168) 
Oak, The. Michaux, A. Histoire des chenes de 

I'Amerique. Paris, 1801. f". 

— Lincoln, B. Remarks on the cultivation of the oak. 

(/« Maas. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 11. 1814.) 
Oak openings, The; or. The Bee-hunter ; by J. F. 

Cooper; illust. by Darley. N. Y., 1864. 8". 
Oak Orchard. Merchant. G. W. History and analysis 

of Oak Orchard acid mineral springs. Buffalo, 

1850. 8". CC 2T0j 
Oakeley, Frederick. Historical notes of the tracta- 

rian movement, 1833—45. London, 1865. 12°. 

— Position of a Catholic minority in a non-Catholic 

country, (/n Manning, H. K. Essays. 1865.) 
Oakea, C. H. Who's who in 1851, 53-55, 59. 

London, n.d. 4 v. f". 
Oakes, Jolm. Description of a self recording instrument 

fur taking the sun's altitude without an artificial or 

natural horizon. {In Amer. Assoc. Proc, V. 13. 

Oakes, Urian. New England pleaded with to consider the 

things which concern her peace; sermon. May 7. 

Camb., 1673. 4°. (B 76) 
Oakes, Wm. Scenery of the White Mts. ; with 

plates from the drawings of I. Sprague. 

Boston, 1848. 4". 
Oakfield; or. Fellowship in the East; by W. D. 

Arnold. Boston, 1855. 12". 
Oakley, Henry A. Outline of a course of Eng. reading, 

based on that prepared for the Merc. Lib. Assoc, of 

N. Y., by Kent; with add. by C. King. X. Y., 1853. 

8°. (0199) 
Oakley, Rev. J. The 'religious difficulty' in education. 

(In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. ScL Trans., 1866.) 
Oasis, The; ed. bv Mrs. L. M. Child. Boston, 

1834. 12". 
Oates, Titus. True narrative of the plot and conspiracy of 

the Popish party. London, 1679. f. (A 53) 

— Elliot, a. Modest vindication of O. from perjury. 

London, 1682. f". (A 53) 

— Hue and cry after O. London, 1681. V. (A 53) 

— L'Estran'ge, R. Discovery upon discovery, in de- 

fence of «). against B. W.'s libellous vindication of 
him. 2d ed. London, 16S0. 4". (B 10, 12) 

Further discovery of the plot; dcd. to O. 4th ed. 

London. 1681. 4°. (B 10, 12) 

— Letter from a friend in London to another at Sala- 

manca. London, 1681. f". (A 53) 

— Mamfe.sto; or. The complaint of O. against the doc- 

tor of Salamanca and the same doctor against O. 
London, 1683. f". (A 53) 

— Memoirs of O. (/n Somers, J. Col. of tracts. 2d 

ed., V. 9. 1813.) 

— Salamanca doctor's comment upon the proclamation 

for apprehending Col. J. Rumsey and others for 
conspiring to kill the king. Lond., 1683. V. (A 53) 

— Vindication of O.from 'Hue and cry'. London, 1681. 

r. (A 53) 

— W.. B. Additional discovery of R. L'Estrange, his 

'Further discovery of the Popish plot' wherein O. 
and the King's evidences are vindicated. London, 
1680. r. (A 53) 

272. (22. 40. 78.) 

Oaths. Penx, W. Treatise of oaths. [1675.] (/n 
hin Select works, v. 2. 1782.) 

— MisoRCL's, />«fii<f. The Anti-Quaker; or. Answer to 

'.\ treatise of oaths', subscribed by a Jury of 12 
Quakers, W. Penn. [and others]. London, 1676. 4". 

— Sanderson, R., Bp. of London. De juramenti 

promissorii obligatione. Londini, 1676. f. 
Same. Londini, 1696. 8°. 

— W'lLLARD, S. Brief disc. cone, the ceremony 

of laying the hand on the Bible in swearing. 

London, 1689. 4". 
Same. (In Whitmore, W. H. Andros tracts. 1868. 

Prince Soc.) 
Fearof an oath; sermon, Jan. 30. 1700. Boston, 1701. 

16". (0 51) 

— La Placette, J. Traite du serment. La 

Haye, 1701. 12". 

— Oaths appointed to be taken instead of the oaths of 

allegiance and supremacy and declaration, 1702. 
( /n Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc, 1868-60.) 

— Bollter, H. Obligation of the oaths to the govern- 

ment and the pretences for breaking them, July 31. 
London, 1716. 8"". (B 56) 

— Retnolds, T. Hardships occasioned by the oaths to 

the present government. 4th ed. London, 1716. 8". 
(C 71, 285) 

— Gkeen, R. The benefit of oaths to civil society; ser- 

mon, July 5, 1744. [London,] 1745. 4*>. (B 56) 

— Dymond, J. Oaths ; their moral character and effects. 

Phila., [18— J. 12". (B 1770) 

— Bentham, J. Needlessuess, etc., of an oath. 

London, 1817. 8". 

— Johnson, AV. L. Nature, use, and lawfulness of 

oaths; disc, Oct. 19, 1823. Trenton, 1824. 8". (B 
1779, W 3) 

— Lewis, E. Dissertation on oaths. Phila., 

1838. 12°. 

— Gk. Brit. Commissioners [on] the Oaths, etc. 

Report. London, 1867. 8". 


— Tyler, J. E. Oaths, their history, etc. Lon- 

don, 1834. 8". 
See aUo Swearing. 

Oatnessiana; or, Capt. Ord's return. (In Eraser's mag., 
V. 77, 78. 1868.) 

Obadiah of Bartenora. Commentarins. ' (In Mishna, v. 1. 

Obadiah. See Bible (p. 281). 

Obando, marq. de. Carta sobre la innndacion del Calleo, y 
terremotos, etc., de Lima. (In Valladares, A. Se- 
maiiario erudito, v. 16. 1788.) 

Obe River. Balak, J. Voyage to Sibier and the Ob. — 
BcRROLGH, S. Voyage towards the Ob. 1556. (In 
Hakluyt, R. Col. of voy., v. 1. 1809.) 

Obedience. S.\nderson, R. Letter on the meas- 
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Observations upon the statutes, from Magna 
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Occasional thoughts on the influence of the spirit, with 

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Occasional thoughts on the present German war. See Mau- 

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— DoMENY DE RiENzi, G. L. Occanie. Paris, 

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A. Perez. — .J. de Siguenza. — A. Fuenmayor. — D. de 
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— J. de Rivera. — Lope de Vega. — A. de Alcandete. — 
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Ogden, Aaron. Concebsisg steam boau, docnments. n n 
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— Same, rerised. London, 1698. f°. 

— Britannia depicta; or, Ogilby improved. See Owen, J. 





— America. 1671. ^SVe Montanus, A. 

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Oglethorpe, Gen. James Edward. New and accu- 
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— Impartial account of the late expedition 

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(/n Hand-book «f the Democracy. 1864.) 
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— Chaucer. (/71 Afternoon lectures, 2d ser. 1864.) 
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— Coleridge. {In Afternoon lectures, 4th ser. 1867.) 
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— Yellow fever on the south and east coasts of 

Spain. London, 1823. 8". 
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— Midas {In Scott, Sir W. Brit, dr., v. 3. 1810; — 

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— Tom Thumb; a burlesque opera. {In London stage, 

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— Canal Commissioners. Report, with accomp. docu- 

ments. Columbus. 1824. 8°. (B 902) — Report, 
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n.p., 1825. (B 901, 1108) 

— Commissioner of Statistics. Ann. report, 1858— 

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— Convention of 1802. Letter from T. Worthington in- 

closing an ordinance passed by the convention, with 
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See also Politics (Corry). 

— Geologist. 2d annual report, [by W. W. 

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— Governor. Annual message of [C. Anderson], 

1866. Columbus, 1866. 8". 

— Legislature. Legislative documents, 1850-51, 

53. Columbus, 1850-53. 2 v. 8". 
Report of special committee appointed by legislature 

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(E 110) 
Report of the standing committee on the currency ; in 

the senate by M. King, Jan. 16. Columbus, 1838. 

4°. (B1543) 
Notices of the Ho. of Rep. of Ohio, Jan., 

1856. Columbus, 1857. 8". 

— Secretary of State. Annual report on the con- 

dition of common schools. 1848, 50, 51. 
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— State Board of Agriculture. 5th, 10th -17th 

annual reports, 1850, 55-62. Columbus, 
Chillicothe, 1850-62. 9 v. 81 

Note. The 12-17th reports contain an .ibstract 
of the proc. of the county agricultural societies. 

— State Cotnmissioner of Common Schools. [1st], 

10th annual report. Columbus, 1855-04. 
2 V. 8°. 

— Superintendent of Common Schools. Annual 

report. Columbus, 1839. 8". 
See also Secretary of State. 

— Atwater, C. Description of antiquities in C, etc. 

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

— Brainerd. .T. Fossils of northern O. {In Amer. 

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— "WHrrTLESEY, C. Description of ancient works in O. 

{In Smithsonian Inst. Contrib., v. 3. 1852.) 

Biography . 

— HiLHRETH. S. P. Biographical and hist, me- 

moirs of the early pioneer settlers of Ohio. 
Cincin., 1852. 8". 

See also Butler Co. ; — Marietta ; — and, hack. 


— HlLDRETll, S. P. Original contrib. to the Amer. pio- 

neer, [1778-1842. Marietta?] 1844. 8°. (E 110) 

— Explanation of the map of the lands between Penn. 

West line, the Rivers Ohio and Scioto and Lake Erie. 
Salem, 1787. 8°. (D 1) 

— Harris, T. !M. Journal of a tour into the 

N. W. territory, made in 1803 ; with a geo- 
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Same. [Geog. and hist, account only. 1803.] MS. 


— KiLBouRN. J. Ohio gazetteer. 7th ed. Colum- 

bus, 1821. 12°. 

— General description of the state of O. nt.p. [1826.] 

12". (C277) 

— HlLDRETll, S. P. Ten days in O., 1832. [Pages from 

the- Amer. jour, of sci., v. 25.] (E 110) 
__ _ Observations made during a tour in 1835, to tlie Falls 
of Cuyahoga. [Pages from the Amer. jour, of sci. 
v. 31.] (EllO) 

— MiClllOAN sentinel extra. 1835. [Documents rel. to 

the boundary between Michigan and Ohio.] (B 1495) 




— Roberts, 8. W. On the topog. of the states of Penn. 

and O., [1848]. (/n Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 1. 1S49.) 
See al»o Cincinnati ; — Clinton Co. ; — Marietta. 


— Taylor, J. W. History of the state of O., 

1650-1787. Cincin., 1854. 8». 

— Howe, H. Historical col. of O., [1673-1843]. 

Cincin., 1847. 8*. 

— Harki-s, T. M. See Description. 

— BcTTERriELD, C. W. Introd. cont, a hist, of the state 

from the discovery of the Mississippi River, [1673]- 
1817. (/n hi* Hist, of Seneca Co. 1&48.) 

— Atwater, C. History of O., natural and 

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— Chacscy, C. Letter to a friend; giving a concise 

ace. of the O. defeat. Boston, 1755. V. (B 649) 

— Cqase, S. p. Sketch of the history of O., [1787-1832] . 

Cincin., 1833. 8*. (A 43) 

— Atwater, C. General character and prospects of the 

people of O. ; address, 1826. Colambus, 1827. 8». 
(B 936) 

— Reid, W. Ohio in the war, [1861-65]. Cin- 

cin., 1868. 2 T, 8". 
See aUo Cincinnati ; — Knox Co. ; — Marietta ; — 
Maomee Valley ; — Ohio Citizens; — Seneca Co.; — 
Steubenville; — alio Soldier's Aid Soc. of N. O. 

NaturcU history. 

— Description da sol, des productions, etc., de cette por- 

tion des Etats-Unis sitaeeentre la Penn.,le8 rivieres 
de I'Ohio ct du Scioto et le lac Erie. Paris, 1789. S*. 

— Whittleset. C. Physical geology of eastern O. 

(/n Boston Soc of Kat.Hist. Mem., v. 1. 1866-69.) 
See alto, above. History (,A.TWATt.B.,C. History). 


— Chase, 8. P. Politics in O. ; letter to A. P. Edgerton, 

Nov. 11. [Cincinnati], 1853. 8*. (B 1505) 

— CORRT, W. M. Speech, with the proposed amend- 

menu to the constitation, March 11. it.z>.. 1857. 8*. 

(B 1508) 

Save the canals. Cincin., 1857. 8*. (B 1508) 

Ohio, Prot. Episc. Church in. See Prot. Episc. Ch. in Ohio. 
Ohio, Soldiers' Aid Society of Northern. See Soldiers' 

Aid Society of N. O. 
Ohio Anti-Slavery Society. Narrative of the proc. against 

the libertv of the press in Cincinnati. Cincin., 

18:56. S*. (B U20) 
Ohio Bible Soc. Report of the proceedings. Marietta, O., 

1S16. 8*. (B 460) 
Ohio Canal. Commencement of the Ohio Canal, at the 

Licking sommit, July 4. Lancaster, 1823. 8*. 


See also Ohio : Canal Commissioners. 
Ohio Citizens. Celebration of the 47th anniv. of 

the first settlement of the state of O. Cincin^ 

1835. 8° 

— Another copy. (B 1172) 

Ohio educational monthly; E. E. White, ed. Vol. 

14. Columbus, 186-5. 8°. 
Ohio Falls. Improvement of the Falls, n.p., [18461. 8*. 


Ohio Historical and Philosophical Society, Trans. 
Vol. 1, pt. 2. Cincin., 18.38-39. 2 v. 8". 
Contents. Bomet, J. Letters relating to the early 
settlement of the Xorth-westem territorv. — Walker, 
T. Annual disc., 1837. — Harrison, W."H. Discourse 
on the aborigines of the valley of the Ohio. — Perkins, 
J. H. Disc, deliv. before the' Ohio Hist. Soc. — Worth- 
ington, J. T. Essay on the origin and progress of po- 
litical commnnities. — Nye, A. Fragment of the early 
history of Ohio ; — Address, Marietta, -iSth anniv. of the 
first settlement of the State. 
Ohio Indians. Pexxstltaxia. Commis. to Treat 
vcith the Indian*. Treaty held with the Ohio Indians ; 
reporu nt.p. [175.3.] V. (A 24) 

— Smith, W. Historical ace. of the exped. 

against the Ohio Indians, 1764, under H. 
Bouquet ; Reflections on the war with the 
savages ; Account of the Indian country ; 
with lists of nations, fighting men, towns, 
etc. Phila., 1766. 41 

273. (26. 10. 78.) 

Same. With a prdace by Francis Parlunan. 

Cincin., 1868. 8". 

Xote. For other editions and trans, see Bonqaet. 
H. (p. 358). 

Ohio Land Company. Walker, C. M. History 

of Athens County, O., and incidentally of 

the O. Land Company, etc. Cincin., 1869. 

8". (phio Valley Hist, ser., no. 2.) 

Ohio Lunatic Asyltun. 3d annual report. «.i>., 1837. 8*- 
(B 1132) "^ 

Ohio Mechanics Institute. Report of the 3d annual fair. 

Cincin., 1840. 8*. (B 1185) 
Ohio River. Ccmixgs, S. Western navigator; 

cont. directions for the navigation of the O. 

and Miss. Phila., 1822. 2 v. (v. 1, a folio 

vol. of maps, w.). 8". 

— Ashe, T. Memoirs of Mammoth bones fonnd in the 

vicinity of the Ohio, Wabash, Illinois, etc Liver- 
pool, 1806. 8*. (B 685) 

— Ellet, C. Mississippi and O. Rivers; practi- 

cability, etc., of improving navigation of the 
O. and' other rivers, etc. Phila., 1853. 8". 

— HiLDRETB, S. P. History of an early voyage on the 

O. and Mississippi rivers, with hist, sketches. (/» 
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— HcTCHixs, T. Topographical description of 

Virginia, etc., comprehending the O. and 

Mississippi. London, 1778. 8*. 

Another copy. (B 343) 

Same. Boston, 1787. 12». (C 64) 

— RATTSESQins, C. 8. Ichthyologia Ohioensis; or, NatQ. 

ral hist- of the fishes [in] the O. River. Lexington, 

1830. r. (B 954) 
Ohio Biver Improvement Co. Pexxstlvajtia. General 

Assembly. Act to incorporate the Co. Phila., 1S55. 

8*. (B1605) 

See also Ohio Falls ; — Ohio Valley. 
Ohio Theological Seminary. Statement relative to an in- 
tended theological seminary in the diocese of Ohio. 

nt.p. [London, 1824.] 8*. (B 566) 
Ohio University. ^yAL.KER, C. M. History of Ohio Univ. 

(/n his Historj' of Athens Co. 1869.) 
Ohio Valley. Drake, D. Geological account of 

the Valley of the O. {In Amer. PhiL Soc Trans., 

n.8., V. 2. 1825.) 

— Hildreth, S. p. Pioneer hist. ; first examina- 

tions of the Ohio Valley. Cincin., 1848. 8". 

Observations on the bitominous coal deposits of the 

Valley of the O., 1836. [From the Amer. joum. of 
sci., V. 29. New Haven, 1836.] ST. (K 110) 

— - Observations on the saliferous rock formation in the 

Ohio Valley. [From the Amer. joum. of sci., v. 24.] 
n.p., n.d. «". (E 110) 

See also North- West Territory. 
Ohio Valley historical series, Xos. 1-5, 7. Cincin., 
1868-71. 6 v, 8». 
Contents. Vol. 1. Smith, W. Historical account of 
Bouquet's expedition in 1764 ; with a preface bv F. Park- 
man. 2. Walker, C. M. History of Athens Co., O. 
3. Clarke, G. R. Sketch of his campaign in the Illiiiois 
in 1778-79 ; with an introd. by H. Pirtle. 4. McBride, 
J. Pioneer biographv ; sketches of the lives of eariy 
settlers of BuUer Co.,'0. 5. Smith, Col. J. Captivity 
with the Indians. 6. Wanting. 7. Miscellanies: 
Espy, J. A tour in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana Terri- 
tory in 1805 ; — WUliams, S. Two Western campaigns 
in the war of 1812; — TaneyhiU, R. H. The Leather- 
wood God. 
Ohlenschlager, Adam Gottlob. ^rlighed varer 
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— Aladdin eller den forunderUge Lampe ; drama- 

atisk Eventyr. Kiob., 1820. 8<*. 

— Digteme i Levnet som i Vaerker historiskaes- 

thetisk Afhandling. Kiob., 1820. 12". 

— Erik og Abel ; Tragodie. Kiob., 1820. S". 

— Faruk ; Syngespil, Kiob., 1812. 12". 

— Fiskeren ; dram, Eventyr. Kiob., 1816. 8". 

— Fostbrodrene ; Tragodie. Kiob., 1817. 8*. 

— Frederiksberg. Kiob., 1817. 16°. 

— Freias Alter; LystspQ. Kiob., 1816. 8". 

— Hagbarth og Signe ; Trag. Kiob., 1815. 8*. 




— Helge; et Digt. Kiob., 1814. 8°. 

— Holbergs Jubelfest ; Forspil. Kiob,, 1822. 12". 

— Hroars Saga. Kiob., 1817. 8". 

— Hugo von Rheinberg ; Trag. Kiob., 1813. 12°. 

— Kanarifuglen ; Lystspil. Kiob., 1813. 12°. 

— LudlamsHule; Syngespil. Kiob., 1814. 12°. 

— Nordens Guder; episk Digt, Kiob., 1819. 8°. 

— Eng. Gods of the North ; tr. by W. E. Frye ; 

London, 1845. 8°, 

— Fortionn, translated, (/n Pigott, G. Manual of Scan- 

dinavian mythology. 1839.) 

— Oen i Sydhavet; Rom. Kiob., 1824-25. 4 v, 8°, 

— Palnatoke ; Sorgespil, Kiob., n.d. 12°. 

— En Reise fortalt i Breve til mit Hiem. Kiob., 

1817. 2 V. 8°. 

— Robinson i England ; Comodie, Ki6b.,1819. 8°. 

— Roverborgen; Syngespil. Kiob., 1814. 12°, 

— Samlede Digte. Kiob., 1823. 3 v. 8°. 

— En SkiaesoronicrnatB Drom. See Shakespeare, W. 

— Staerkodder; Tragodie, Kiob., 1812. 12°. 

— Tale, Thorvaldsens Hiemkomst, 16 Oct 1819. 

Kiob., [1819], 12°. 

— Tale holden paa Universitetets Reformations 

fest 1820. Kiob., 1821. 12°. 

— Tordenskiold ; Syngespil. Kiob., 1821. 8°. 

— Correggio ; a tragedy, by O. — Sappho ; a 

tragedy, bj' Grillparzer, With a sketch of 
the Autobiography of O. ; tr; from the Ger- 
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— DORAN, J. (7m his New pictures. 1859.) 

— HowiTT, W. and M. (In their Lit. of N. Europe, 

V. 2. 1852.) 
Ohsson. See Mouradja d'Ohsson. 
Ohthere. Alfred the Great. Voyage of O. (In his 

Descr. of Europe. 1855.) 

— Voyage to Norway, 890; second, voyage into the 

Sound of Denmarke. {In Hakluyt, K. Col. of 
voy., V. 1. 1809.) 

— Voyage to the White Sea and Baltic in the 9th cent. 

(In Kerr, R. Col. of voy., v. 1. 1824.)^ 
Oil. Cailletet, C, Guide pratique de I'essai et 
du dosage des huiles. Paris, 1859, 12°. 

— Gesner, a. Treatise on coal, petroleum, and 

other distilled oils. 2d ed. N.Y., 1865. 8°. 
See also Illumination ; — Petroleum. 
Oil on the waters ; [right and wrong of the North 

and South]. Boston, 1867. 12°. 
Oiseaux bleus, Les; par J. Janin. Paris, 1864. 12°. 
Oiselius, Jakob. Niceron,J. P. (/n^is Mem., v. 42. 1741.) 
Ojea, Ferdin. Gallsecia. n.p.,[16—]. (E 78, no. 15) 
Ojeda, Alonzo de. Irving, W. Life and voyages of O. 

(M his Voy. of the companions of Columbus. 1831.) 

— Voyages of O. (In General col. of voy. 1789.) 
Oiibwas. See Chippewas. 

Oke, George C. Magisterial procedure. (In Nat. Assoc. 

Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1862.) 
O'KeefFe, John, Dramatic works, London, 1798. 
4 V, 8°, 
Contents. Vol. 1. Life's vagaries. — Le grenadier. — 
Modem antiques. — Castle of Andalusia. — Tony Lump- 
kin in town. — Sprigs of laurel. — The poor soldier. 
2. Wild oats. — Wicklow mountains. — Fontainebleau. 

— Little hunchback. — Basket maker. — Blacksmith of 
Antwerp. — Positive man. 3. The toy. — Czar Peter. 

— London hermit. — Irish mimic. — Tantara-rara, 
rogues all. — Birth-day. — A beggar on horseback. 4. 
World in a village. — Highland reel. — Magic banner. — 
Farmer. — Man milliner. — Prisoner at large. — Love 
in a camp. — The doldrum. 

— Recollections of the life of J. O'Keeffe ; by 

himself, Phila., 1827. 2 v, 8°. 

— Wild-oats; a comedy. (In Sargent, E. Mod. stand. 

dr., V. 31.) 
0-kee-pa, Catlin, G. 0-kee-pa ; a religious 

ceremony of the Mandans. Lond., 1867. 4°. 
Okeley, Wm. Captivity and escape from Algiers. (In 

Harris, J. Col. of voy., v. 2. 1705.) 
O'Kelly, CoZ. Charles. Macariae excidium; the destruction 

of Cyprus [Ireland]. (In Croker, T. C. Narr. 

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Oliva, Fernan Perez de. Obras. 2a ed. Madrid, 

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— Dialogo de la dignidad del hombre. — Discurso de las 

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1 lengua castellana en el nacimiento de Hercules, 6 com- 
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Lo mucho qui conviene enseriar lo bueno con dulzura 
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Aristoteles en la manera de ensenar; — Quanto quiere 
Dios que hagamos todo lo que a nosotros es posible en 
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ve como Dios algunas veces obra en sus maravillas con 
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mentos naturales; — Quan diferente cosa son grande 
ingenlo ; y buen ingenio ; — Unos hombres valen mas que 
sus riquezas, y las riquezas de otros valen mas que 
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impetu y con ira; — Quien ha sido estiraado entre los 
Gentiles por el hombre de mayor sabiduria ; y como se 
puede dar a entender que se acerto en juzgarlo ; — Una 
coniiideracion Christiana de mucho alivio y consuelo 
tomada de un verso del poeta Virgillo ; — Un error muy 
danoso, comun entre los hombres, en desear muchas 
veces lo que no les conviene ; — Una consideracion por 
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estrellas tienen poderio sobre todo el hombre; — Lo 
mucho que importa la buena crianza de los hijos ; — 
Quan agradable es a Dios, y quanto importa que los 
criados sean virtuosos; — Del admirable y mas alto 
efecto que hace el amor, quando transforraa al que ama 
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Ongaro, Francesco dall'. La donna bianca del CoUalto. 

(/« Broflferio, A. Tradiz. ital., v. 1. 1847.) — II 
pozzo d'amore. — II berretto di Pel di Lupo. — Un 
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— A Teresa R. — La viola. {In Poeti ital. 1843.) 

— Vitadi L. Maiiara. (/7i Amato. Panteon,v. 2. 1851.) 
Ongley, R. Henley. Essay on the nature and use of the 

militia. London, 1757. 8°. (B 578) 
Onion, Stephen B. Narrative of tlie meeting on the 
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Onis, Luis de. Memoir upon the negotiations between 
Spain and the U. 8. which led to the treaty of 1819; 
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Onkelei, Die; von A. G. A. Muellner. (In his Spiele fUr 
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Only ; [by Mrs. M. A. P. Mackarness]. (In her Sunbeam 
stones, V. 2. 1868.) 

Only a clod ; a comic drama. See Simpson, J. P. 

Only a fiddler; a Danish romance, by H. C. Ander- 
sen. N. Y., 1870. 8". 

Only a girl ; or, A physician for the soul ; a romance 
from the German of W. von Hillern ; by 
Mrs. A. L. Wister. Phila., 1870. 12". 

Only a half-penny ; a farce, by J. Oxenford. (No. 90 of De 
Witt's acting plays.) 

Only son. The. (In Dublin univ. mag., v. 57-58. 1861; — 
and in Littell's living age, v. 69-71. 1861.) 

Onolzbach. See Anspach. 

Onomasticon literarium. See Saxe, C. 

Onomasticon Tullianum. See Orelli, J. C, and Baiter, G. J. 

Onomatopoeia. Blackie, J. S. On the principle of ono- 
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Onondaga Indians, Onondaga Co. Clark, J. V. H. 
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Syracuse, 1849. 2 v. 8". 

— Shea, J. G. French- Onondaga dictionary. 

N. Y., 1860. 8". (Lib. of Amer. ling.) 
Onorio, Filippo. De serenissima republica Venetorum 

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Contarini, G. De repub. Venct. 1628.) 
Onosander. Les institutions ; tr. du grec. (In Guiscliardt, 

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— Von den Kriegsshandlungen und Rathen der gUten 

Hauptleut. (Iti Frontinus, J. Von den gUten 
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Onslow, Arthur, Serjeant. Substance of [his] speech on a 
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etc. (In Pamphleteer, 1814; v. 4of B 838) — Sub- 
stance of a speech on the liberty of the subject, 
(In 1815; v. 5.) — Substance of [his] speech on [re- 
pealing] the laws which regulate the rate of interest. 
(In 1816; v. 8.) 

— WooLKVCH, H, W, (In his Lives of serjeants-at-law, 

v. 2. 1869.) 
Onslow, George, HalAvy, J, F. F. E. (In his Souvenirs. 

Ontario Co., K. Y. Fisher, M. Brief of the titles of R, 

Morris to a tract of country in the Co. of Ontario ; 

[with] copies of the principal acts of Congress and 

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[179-?]. 4". (W80) 

Ontwa, the son of the forest. N. Y., 1822. 8". 

Onuba. Bakco y Gasca, A. J. del, Dissertacion 
sobre reducir la antigua Onuba a la villa de 
Huelva, Sevilla, 1755. 16". 

Onward ! right onward ; by L. C. Tuthill. Bos- 
ton, 1845. 18°. 

Onyx ring. The. Sterling. J. (/n Ais Essays, v. 2. 1848.) 

Oology. See Eggs ; — Ornithology. 

Oordoa language. See Hindustani. 

Oort, H. Worship of Baalim in Israel ; tr. with 
notes by J, W, Colenso. London, 1865. 8". 

Oost-Indische Compagnie. Bakbeyrac, J. De- 
fense du droit de la Compagnie Hollandoise 
des Indes Orientales. La Haye, 1725. 8°. 

— CoMMELiN, I. Begin ende voortgangh van de 

Vereenighde Nederlantsche Geoctr. Oost- 
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Eng., part. Collectionof voyages by the Dutch 

East India Company; tr. London, 1703.' 8". 

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in de Geoctroijeerde Nederlandsche O.-I. Co. n.p., 

1795. 8°. (B 1011) 
Opal. S.mith. J. L. Notice of a magnesian opal, from 

near Harmanjick, Asia Minor. (In Amer. Assoc, 

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Opal, The ; monthly periodical of the New York 

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1854. 8°. 
Opata. Grammatical sketch of the Heve language ; 

tr. from the Spanish ms, by B. Smith. N. Y., 

1861. 8". (Lib. of Amer. ling., v. 3.) 




Opatowitz. ANSALEsOpatowicenseB, 1146-58. {In Perts, 
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Opdyke, George. Report on the currency made to the 
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Opel, Julius Otto. Deutsche Finanznoth beim Beginn des 
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Pfaltz, Konigin von Bohraen. {In v. 28. 1870.) 

Opel, Peter. Asdbeses, A. (/nA»« Derdeutsche peintre- 
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Opelins, Constantinus, pneud. See Sheffer, J. 

Opera. Arteag.\, S. Le rivoluzioni del teatro 
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— Alembert, J. le R. d'. De la liberty de la musique. 

{In hi» (Eiivres, v. 3. 1805.) 

— Clayton, E. C. Queens of song ; memoirs of 

female vocalists ; added, a list of operas. 
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— Clement, F., and Lakoxjsse, P. Dictionnaire 

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— Crozet, F. Revue de la musique dramatique 

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Supplement ; operas representes k Pans 

[1867]-71. Grenoble, 1872. 8°. 

— GiRALD, G. {In his Opere, v. 14. 1842.) 

— Hogarth, G. Memoirs of the musical drama. 

London, 1838. 2 v. 8". 

— Lumley, B. Reminiscences of the opera. 

London, 1864. 8°. 

— Montagu, W. D. Music: operatic and martial. — 

Music from the opera and Oudenarde. — Influence of 
Qudenarde on the opera. {Inhis Court and society, 
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See alio Drama ; — Mosic. 
Opera comica, L'. {In Teatro nuevo esp., v. 5. 1801.) 
Opera, Le»; comedie. See St. Evremond, C. M. de St. 

D. de. 
Opera houses. Didkon, A. IT. Iconographie de I'opera. 
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Apropos d'une iconographie de I'opera. {In v. 25. 
Operations of the Brit, and allied arms, during the cam- 
paigns of 1743-44; by an eye witness. Loudon, 1744. 
8°. (B 760. 1707) 
Opere vane, transportate dal franzese, e recitate in 
Bologna. Bologna, 1724-30. 6 v. 12°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Pradon. La Statira. — Ducier. 
Muzio Scevola. — Borseaut. Germanico. — Comeille, 
P. Cinna. 2. Comeille, P. Sofonisba. — Borseaut. 
Maria Stuarda. — Racine. Alessandro il gr.»nde. — La 
Fosse, .\. do. M.inlio Capitolino. 3. Quinaolt. L'Ama- 
lasunta. — Racine. La Kosane. — Comeille, P. 
L'amante iniinica. 4. Comeille, P. La Rodoguna. — 
Rotrou. II Vincislao. — Comeille, P. La vera nobiliti. 
5. Comeille, P. L'Orazio. — LaFosse, A. de. LaPolis- 
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Opfertod, Der; von A. v. Kotzebue. {In his Theater, v. 8. 

Ophelio. Fragm. {In Meineke, A. Frag. com. Grsec, 

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Ophthalmia. Edmonston, A. Varieties and con- 
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— Vetch, J. O. in England after the return of 

the army from Egypt. London, 1807. 8°. 

— Wake, J. Ophthalmy, psorophthalmy, etc., of 

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— Adams, Sir W. On measures resorted to for 

retarding plans for the extermination of O. 
London, 1817. 8". 

— Lloyd, E. A. On O. {In his Xature of scrofula. 


— O'Halloran, T. Acute and chronic O. Lon- 

don, 1824. 8". 
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274. (5. 11. 78.) 

Ophthalmoscope. Hogg, J. Ophthalmoscope, its 
value in explor. of diseases of the eye. 2d 
ed. London, 1859. 12°. 

— Hetmann, F. M. Die Autoskopie des Auges and eine 

ncuc Methode. Lpz., 1863. 8°. (E 25a) 

— M-vuthner, L. Lehrbuch der Ophthalmosco- 

pie. 2. Abth. Wien, 1868. 8°. 

— ScHWEioGER, C. Vorlesungen iiber den Ge- 

brauch des Augenspiegels. Berlin, 1864. 8°. 
Opie, J/r«. Amelia (Alderson). Adeline Mowbray, 
or, The mother and daughter. 1st Amer. ed. 
Georgetown, 1808. 2 v. 12°. 

— Same. Boston, 1827. 12°. 

— Detraction displayed. N. Y., 1828. 12". 

— Father and daughter. 3ded. Lond., 1802. 16". 

— Same. Boston, 1827. 12°. 

— Illustrations of lying. From 2d London ed. 

Boston, 1826. 12°. 

— Madeline; a tale. Boston, 1827. 12°. 

— Memoir of J. Opie. {In Opie, J. Lectures on paint- 

ing. 1809.) 

— New tales. Boston, 1827. 2 v. 12°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Mrs. Arlington. — Proposals of 
marriage. — White lies. — Henry Woodville. 2. The 
Quaker and the young man of the world. — A tale of 
trials. — Confessions of an odd tempered man. — The 
rufBan boj-. — The welcome home. 

— Simple tales. 2d Amer. ed. Georgetown, 

1810. 2 V, 12°. 

— Same. Boston, 1827. 2 v. 12°. 

— Tales of real life. n.t.p. [Boston, 1827.] 12°. 

Contents. Lady Anna and Lady Jane. — Austin and 
his wife. — The mysterious stranger. — Appearance is 
against her. 

— Temper, a tale. Boston, 1812. 2 v. 18°. 

— Same. Boston, 1827. 2 v. 12°. 

— Valentine's eye. Boston, 1827. 12°. 

— Martiseau, H. (/n A«r Biog. sketches. 1869.) 
Opie, John. Lectures on painting ; prefixed, a 

memoir by A. Opie. London, 1809. 4°. 

— Same. (In Woranm, R. X. Lect. 1848.) 

— Cl'ssingham, a. {In Ms Lives of Brit, painters, 

T. 2. 1830. Fam. lib., T.5; — anc/ Harper's fam. lib., 

V. 18.) 
Opinion nationale, L* ; Jan., 1864 - Oct. 15, 1876. 

Paris, 1864-76. 23 v. f°. 
Opinione, L'. 1861-71. Torino, 1861-65, Firenze, 

1866-71. 11 V. r. 
Opimons as to the real state of the nation. 2d ed. {In 

Pamphleteer, 1823; v. 21 of B 838) 
Opinions respecting the commercial intercourse between 

U. S. and Gr. Brit.; by J. Bowdoin. Boston, 1797. 

S". (B 741) 
Opitz, Heinrich. Lexicon Hebraeo-Chaldaeo-Bibli- 

cum. Lips., Franc, 1705. 4°. 
Opitz von Boberfeld, Martin. Auserlesene Ge- 

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Opiam. Calkins, A. Opium and the opium appe- 
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— Crumpe, S. Nature and properties of opium. 

London, 1793. 8°. 

— Day, H. The opium habit, with suggestions 

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— De QriNCEY, T. Confessions of an opium- 

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Same. Boston, 1851. 16°. 

— Leigh, J. Experimental inquiry into the 

properties of opium. Edin., 1786. 8°. 

— MOREWOOD, 8. Illustration of the consumption and 

effects of opium. {In his Philos. and statistical 
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Opiam trade. Allen, N. The opium trade in 
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— Documents rel. to opium. From the Chinese reposi- 

tory. »»./>., 1837. *• (A 44) 




Fry, W. 8. Facts rel. to the opium trade with China. 

London. 1840. 8°. (B 1154) 

— MuDlE, II. View of the opium question. {In his 

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— Thelwall, a. S. Iniquities of the opium 

trade with China. London, 1839. 8°. 
0-pceiad, The; a satire; by a mad bull, London, 1810. 8°. 

(B 726) 
Oporinus {Germ. Hesrbter), Johannes. Niceron, J. P. 

(/?t his Mem., v. 27. 1734.J 
Oporto or Porto, Portttgal, Costa, A. R. da. De- 

scrip^ao da cidade do Porto. Porto, 1789. 8°. 

— Florez, H. La iglesia de Porto. (/« his Espana sa- 

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Oporto. R. Bibliotheca Publica. Catalogo das 
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Oposicion a cortejo, La. See Cruz y Cano, R. de la. 

Opossum. Barton, B. 8. Facts rel. to the generation of 
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Oppermann, C. A. Visites d'un ingenieur a I'E.xpo- 
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Oppert, F. Hospitals, infirmaries, and dispensa- 
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Oppert, Gustav, Der Presbyter Johannes in Sage 
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Oppert, Jules. Les rapports de I'Egypte et de I'Assyrie 
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Oppianus. De venr.tione. — De piscatione. {In PoetsB 
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— BussEMAKER, U. C. Scholia et paraphrases in Oppia- 

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Opportunity, a novel ; by A. M. C. Seemuller. 
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Opportunity, The ; comedy. See Shirley, J. 

Oppressore e I'opprcsso, L'. See Nota, A. 

Opsopoeus, Johann. Niceron, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 37. 

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— Castigationes in Orat. Demosthenis. {In Demosthe- 

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Optatianus Porphyrius, Publilius. See Porphyrius. 
Optical instruments. Directions for the use of the gen. 

apparatus. H.p., [17— ]. 8°. (B 784) 

See also Optics (Higgins, 1829) ; — Stereoscope. 
Optics. Kepler, J. Ad Vitellionem paralipomena 

quibus astronomise pars optica traditur. 

Francof., 1604. 4° 

— KiRCHEu, A. Ars magna lucis et umbrae. 

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— Newton, ^jV I. Opticks. [1704.] 3d ed. corr. 

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Same. { In his Opera, v. 5. 1782.) 

— HooKE, R. Nature, motion, and effects of light. {In 

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— Weli.s, E. Young gentleman's trigonometry, 

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— Smith, 11. Compleat system of opticks. Camb., 

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— EuLER, L. Conjcctura physica circa propagationem 

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— Alembert, J. le R. d'. Douies sur differentes ques- 

tions d'O. {In his CEuvres, V. 1. 1761.)— Essais 
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— ROBlN.s, B. Remark-son [R ] Smith's system of op- 

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— Algakotti, F. Philosophy of Newton ex- 

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— EuLER, L. DioptrictP, pars 1-3. Petrop., 

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— Priestley, J. History and state of discovery 

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— Wilson, B. Experiments on phosphori. Lon- 

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— Kipling, T. Elementary parts of Smith's 

Compleat system of opticks. Camb., 1778. 4". 

— BoscovicH, R.J. Opera pertinentia ad opticam, 

etc. Bassani, 1785. 5 v. 4°. 

— Elliot, J. Experiments and observ. on light and 

colours; [with] the analogy between heat and mo- 
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— Stack, J. Short system of opticks. Dublin, 

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— Hutton, J. Dissertation upon the philosophy 

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— Engel, J. J. De I'inipenetrabilite de la lumiere. {In 

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— Hlnter, F. Diss, chem, inaug, de a;theribus. 

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— Dwight, T. On light, (/ra Conn. Acad. Mem.,v. 1. 


— Brewster, D. Treatise on new philos. instru- 

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— BoMPASs, C. C. Essay on the nature of heat, 

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— Descartes, R. La dioptriqne. (/ra Ais Oiuvrcs, v. 5. 


— Farrah, J. Elementary treatise on optics. 

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— Higgins, W. M. Introd. treatise on the nature 

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— Airy, G. B. Undulatory theory of optics. 

[1831.] Newed. London, Camb., 1866. 8". 

— Brewster, D. Treatise on optics. London, 

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— Lloyd, H. Treatise on light and vision. 

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— Macvicar, J. G. Medium of light and form 

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— ExLEY, T. Physical optics. London, 1834. 8°. 

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— Bartlett, W, H. C. Elementary treatise on 

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— Radicke, — . Theoretische Optik. {In Dove, H. W. 

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— Barlow, P. {In Smedley, E., and others. Encvc. 

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— IlERsciiEL, J. F. W. (In Smedley, E., and others. 

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— Brewster, D, Treatise on optics, with appli- 

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— Alexander, 8. Some physical phenomena dependent 

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— Dove, H. W. Darstellung der Farbenlehre und 

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— Hunt, R. Researches on light in its chemical 

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— Meech, L. W. Extinction of light reflected from ter- 

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— Rood, O. N. Xew theory of light proposed by J. 

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— Bar.nard, F. .\. P. Undulatory theory of light. (/« 

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— Smith, .J. Orisin of color and theory of light. (/« 

Lit. and Philos. See. of Manchester. Mem., 3d ser., 
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— Delalnav, C. E. Essay on the velocity of light. (In 

Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1864.) 

— Her.sciiel, S. L. {Ill Grood word.s, v. 6. 1865.) 

— Helmholtz, H. L. F. Handbuck der physiol- 

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— France. C'^jm. Imp. de r Ripoit. deX^l . (/« Ms Rap- 

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— Sauzat, a. La verrerie. Paris, 1868, 16". 

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— Marion, F. L'optique. 2e ed. Paris, 1869. 

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— TvNDALL, J. Notes of lectures on light, 1869. 

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See Amer. Assoc, for Adv. of Science. Pro- 
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See aUo Blind ; — Bnrning glass ; — Color ; — Eye ; — 
Kaleidoscope; — Light (Jii ineilUine); — Light, Dei- 
ties of; — Microscope; — Optical Instruments; — 
Perspective ; — Phosphorescence ; — Photography ; — 
Polarization ; — Refraction ; — Spectacles ; — Spec- 
trum ; — Stereoscope ; — Telescope ; — Vision. 
Optimist, The ; bv H. T. Tuckerman. N. Y., 

1850. 12". 
Optimiste. L' ; comedie. See Collin d'Harleville, J. F. 
Opos ad album, (/n Zetzner, L. Theatr.chem., v. 4. 1613.) 
Or et clinquant ; par A. de Pontmartin. Paris, 

1829. 18". 
Oracle, The; June 16-19. London. 1790. (°. 
Oracle, L' ; comedie. See Salntfoix, G. F. P. de, 
Oracle of liberty, and mode of establishing a free 
government; [by Hermes, pseud.]. Phila., 
1791. 8". 
Oracle of rural life ; almanack for sportsmen, etc. 

London, 1810. 12". 
Oracles. De Quiscey, T. Pagan oracles, (/n hia Memo- 
rials, V. 2. 18J6.) 

— FosTENELLE, B. le B. de. Hlstoire des oracles. (In 

kU tEuvres, v. 3. ISio.) 

— Plitarchl's. Scripts moralia. See Platarchos. 

See aUo Vaticination. 
Oracola Sybillina. .S'«« Sybillina oracula. 
Orafo, Orlandino. Sonetii. (/« Trucchi. Poesie ital. In- 

edite, v. 1. 1846.) 
Oram, W'm. Precepts and observ. on the art of 

coloring in landscape painting. London, 

1810. 4°. 
Oran. Bourdon, G. Notes sur la geog. physique de la 

province d'Oran. {In Paris. Soc. de Geog. Bui., 

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— Castellane, L. C. p. de. {In Bevae d. D. Mondes, 

nov. 18.iO.) 

— Lettre d'un capitaine de la garnison d'O. {In Ter- 

uaax-Compans, H. Archives, v. 1. 1S40.) 

— Mokale.s, B. de. Dialogue des guerres d'O. {In 

Temanx-Compans, H. Archives, v. 2., pt. 2. 1841.) 
Orange {Principality). Pixeton de CnAMBRrx, J. 

Les larraes : persecutions af rivees au-t eglises 

depuis 1660; annot. par A. Schaeffer. 

Paris, 1854. 8". 
Orange blossoms ; comedietta, by J. P. Wooler. (Xo. 97 of 

De Witt's acting plays.) 

Orange Co., -N'. Y. Eager, S. W. Outline history 

of Orange Co. Xewburgh, 1846-47. 8". 
Orange County, Vt. \Vallixg, H. F. Map. 1858. 

Orange girl, The; a drama. See Leslie. H., and Bowe, X. 
Orange River Free State. Chesson, F. W. 

Dutch republics of S. Africa. London, 

1871. 8°. 
Orange-Nassau, House of. Groex v. Pbixstereh, 

G. Correspondance inedite. Utrecht, 1841- 

61. 2 ser. in 14 v. 8". 
Orang-outang. Camper, P. Do I'orang.outang. et de 

quelques autres especes de singes. {In hU CEuvres, 

v. 1. 1803.) 
Oratio ad Christum opt. max. pro Julio ii. Pont. max. {In 

Epistolae obsc. vir. 1S27.) 
Oratio Dominica. See Lord's prayer. 
Oration on superstition, Commcucement. Williams Coll., 

Aug. 1836. Andover, 1837. 12». (C 273) 
Oration on the beauties of liberty, or Essential rights of 

Americans; by a British Bostonian. Boston, 1773. 

S". (E744) 

— Same. 3d ed. XewLondon, 1773. 8". (B 399) 
Orations. For collections of orations gee the division 

Literature under various names of countries as 
France (p. 10o6\ Greece (p. 1266); — aUo English 
eloquence fp. 809) ; — Latin oratory ; — also Pane- 
gyrics ; — Speeches. 
Orations delivered at Boston, to commemorate 5th 
of March, 1770. Boston, [1785]. 12° 
Contentt. 1771, Lovell, .J.; — 1772, Warren,.!.; — 
1773, Church, B. : — 1774, Hancock, .J : — 177.i. Warren, 
J.; — 1776. Thacher. P; — 1777, Hichborn, B.; — 1778, 
Austin, J. W. ; — 1779, Tudor, W. ; — 1780, Mason, ,J. ; 
— 17S1, Dawes, T. : — 17S2, Minot, G. R. ; — 1783, 
Welsh, T.; — Morton, P.' Oration at the reinterment 
of J. Warren, .\pr., 8, 1776; — Allen, J. Poem, occas. 
by aflTray of 5 March. 

— Same. 2d ed. Boston, 1807. 8". 

— Anotheriopy. (B614) 

Oratoram liomanorum fragmenta. See Meyer, H. Ed. 

Oratores Attici. See Mualler, C. 
Oratores Graeci. See Reiske, J. J. 

Orators. Pll'tabchu.<<. Lives of the ten orators. {In hit 
Morals, v. 5. 1870.) 
See alio the names of orators cited under English 
eloquence (p. 899): — France (p. 1056); — Greece 
(p. 1266) ; — Latin (p. 1682) ; — Spain. 
Orators, The ; a comedy. See Foote. S. 
Oratory. Adams, J, Q. Lectures on O. and 
elocution. Camb., 1810. 2 v. 8°. 

— Alembert, J. le R. d'. L'elocution oratoire. {In hi* 

(Euvres, V. 1. 180j.) 

— Austin, G. Chironomia ; or. Treatise on 

rhetorical delivery. London, 1806. 4°. 

— Bital'b£, p. J. Le peuple juge competent de 

r^loquence. {In S^rieys, A. Bibl. acad., v. 11. 

— BORELLV,.!. A. Sur quelques paradoxes en eloquence. 

(/« S^rieys, A- Bibl. acad., v. 11. 1811.) 

— Cicero. De oratore, De oratoribus, etc. See Cicero 

(p. 586). 

— Cl&rke, J. Formulae oratoriae. [Lon- 

dini. 1632.] 12°. 

— Gabdines, W. H. Address on classical learning and 

eloquence. Camb., 1834. 8°. (B 1085, 1695) 

— Grimk6, T. 3. Character of the accomplished orator; 

oration. Charleston, 1809. 8". (B435) 

— - Oration on the comparative elements and duties of 

Grecian and Amer. eloquence. Cincin., 1834. 8* 
(B 1116, E 221) 

— Grosse, J. G. De formandis orationibus. 

Basil., 1613. 8". 

— HORTENSIL'S, piieud. Deinology; or. The nnion of 

reason and elegance. London, 1789. 8*. (C 101} 
.Same. 2ded. London, 1801. 8". 

— Irish oratory; with its eflTects on the measure of 

Catholic emancipation considered. {In Pamphle- 
teer, 1817; V. lOof B838) 

— Lacretelle, p. L. Eloquence judicaire. — De I'elo- 

qucnce de la chaire. {In his (Euvres, v. 1. 1823.) 

— Lawson, J. Lectures cone. O. 3d ed. Dub- 

lin, 1760. 8^ 

— QuiNTiLiANCS, M. F. De institntione oral. See Quin- 


— S£coxDAT, J. B. Distinctions entre ee qu'on appclle 

senscommnn, jugement,efc-. : courtes redexion.'* sur 
I'eloqnence, le style, les traductions. {In Serievs, 
A. Bibl. acad., v. IL 1811.) 




— Sherlock, D. Peculiarities of popular O. {In Af- 

ternoon lectures, v. S. 1869.) 

— Tacitus, C. O. Do orat. dialogus. See Tacitus. 

— Thilo, V, Topologia oratoria. Amst., 1653. 12". 

— Wakd, J. System of Oratory. Lond., 1759. 

2 V. 8". 

See also Elocution ; — Eloquence ; — Reading ; 
— Rhetoric ; — Speeches. 
Oratory, Priests of the. See Mexico. Congregation de el 

Oratorio (p. 1969). 
Orazj, Gli, ed i Curiazj; dratnma per musica. See Cima- 

rosa, D. 
Orbecche; tragedia. See Giraldi Cinthio, G. B. 
Orbeliani, Princess Varvara. Vederevski, — . Captivity 

de deux princesses russes dans le serail de Chamyl. 

{In Revue d. D. Mondes, mai 1866.) 
Orbigny, Alcide Dessalines d'. Voyage pittoresque 

dans les deux Ameriques, resume general des 

tous les voyages de Colomb, Las Casas, 

Oviedo, Beltrami, Parry, e<c. Paris, 1836. 8°. 
Orbigny, Charles Dessalines d'. Dictionnaire 

universale d'histoire naturelle. Paris, 1847- 

49. 13 V. and Atlas 3 v. 8°. 
Orbis Latinus. See Grsesse, J. G. T. 
Orbis sensualium pielus, Orbis visibilis in variis Unguis 

representus. See Komensky, J. A. 
Orcades. Crichton, A. W. A naturalist's ramble 

to the O. London, 1866. 16°. 
Orcagna, Andrea. Documenti dei Lavori. (/n Giornale 

storico degli archivi toscani, v. 3. 1859.) 

— Sonetti. {In Trucchi, F. Pees, ital., v. 2. 1846.) 

— 11 tabernacolo della raadonna D'Orsanmichele. See 

Masselli, G. 
Orchards. See Fruit ; — Horticulture. 
Orcbel weed. Silva Feijo, J. da. Sobre a urzella de 

Cabo Verde. {In Lisbon. Ac. d. Sci. Mem. econ., 

V. 5. 1815.) 
Orchids. Darwin, C. Various contrivances by 

which British and foreign O. are fertilized 

by insects, etc, London, 1862. 8", 

— LiNDLEY, J. Genera and species of orchideous 

plants. Pt. 1. London. 1830. 8°. 

— Williams, B. S. Orchid-growers' manual. 

London, 1852. 12", 
Orchomenus. Mueller, K. O. Orchomenosu. dieMinyer. 

2e Ausg. (Vol. 1 of his Gesch. hellen. Stamme. 

Ord, George. Observ. on the moulting of birds. {In 

Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., n.s., v. 3. 18.30.) 

— Various articles.] {In Acad, of Nat. Sci. Journal, 

V. 1, 4. 1817-25.) 
Ord, Wra. Henry. Dialogue on election by ballot. Lon- 

don, 1831. 8°. (B 930) 
Ord, Wm. M. Influence of the Thames upon public 

health during the hot weather of 1858-59. {In Nat. 

Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1859.) 
Ord, Wm. Redman. Horizontal loophole, and a loopholed 

window. {In Gr. Brit. Corps of Hoy. Mngin., v. 8. 

Ordeal. Gibson, W. S. On some ancient modes 

of trial, especially those in which appeal was made 

to the divine judgment through the ordeals of water, 

fire, and other judicia Dei. {In Archaeologia, v. 32. 


— Gilchrist, J. P. Brief display of the origin 

and hist, of ordeals. London, 1821. 8°, 

— Judicium aquse frigidse. — Judicium aquae calidae, 

{In Bouquet. Hec. des hist, des Gaules, v. 4. 1869.) 

— Lea, H. C. Superstition and force; essays on 

the wager of law. the wager of battle, the 
ordeal, to:ture. Phila., 1866. 8°. 

— MuRATORi, L. A. Do judiciis Dei sive experimentos 

veterum ad scrutandum hominum crimen sive inno- 
centiam. {In his Antiq. Ital., v. 3. 1840.) 
Ordeal; a critical journal of politics and literature; 

Sed. by J. T. Buckingham ;] Jan. - June. 
Joston. 1809. 8°. 
Note. No more was published. 
Ordcjge, Jozef. O narodowo^ci Polskioj z punktu widzenia 

" katolicyzmu i postc^-pii. I'aryz. 1840. 8°. (E 83) 
Ordelaffl di Forll, Famiglia di. {In Litta, P. Fam.) 
Order of knighthood. The. {In Le Grand d'Aussy, P. J. B. 
Fabliaux or tales, v. 1. 1815.) 

Order of the Golden Fleece, Chifflet, J. J. 
Insignia gentilitia equitum Ordinis Velleris 
Aurei; Lat. et Gall. Antverp., 1632. 4°. 

— AVendelin, G. Aries, seu Aurei velleris enco- 

mium. [Colophon:] Antverp., 1632. 4°. 

Order of the primitive churches as deccribed in the in- 
spired writings; by an impartial hand. London, 
1819. 8». (B 1964: 

Ordericus Vitalis. Historiae ecclesiasticae libri 
xiii; emend, et animadv. adj. A. Le Provost. 
Paris., 1838-55. 5 v. 8°. (Soc. de I'Hist. de 

— Eng. Ecclesiastical hist, of Eng. and Nor- 

mandv ; tr. by T, Forester. London, Bohn, 
1853-56. 4 V. 8°. 

— Excerpta ex ecclesiasticae hist, libris ill. et iv. ; relat- 

ing to William i. of Eng. {In Maseres, F. Hist. 
Angl. 1807.) 

— Histoire de Normandie; tr. parL. Du Bois. (Vol. 25- 

28 of Guizot, F. Col. des mem., 1825-27.) 

— Vers attribues a lui. {In Paris. Soc. de I'Hist. Bui. 

Orderly books. See Bleeker, L. ; — Bnrgoyne, J.; — 

Lewis, A. ; — Wayne, A. 
Orders in Council. 1660/1-92: fconc. New Eng. :] ed. by C. 

Deane. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 32. 1854.) 
Orders in Council, 1808-12. Abstract of the evi- 

idence taken in the Ho. of Com. against the orders 

in Council. N. Y., reprinted [1812]. 8°. (B 789, 


— Baring, A. Causes and consequences of the 

orders in Council. London, 1808. 8", 

Same. 3d ed. London, 1808. 8°. (B 687) 

_ - Same. N. Y., 1808. 8°, 

Bronson, E. Inquiry into the object, nature, etr., of 

the British order in Council, May 16, 1806, Phila., 

1811. 8°. (B 450, C 83) 

— Brouc.ham, H., Ld. Speech in the Ho, of Com., 

April 1. London, 1808. 8°. (B 687) 

Same. Phila., 1808. 8°. (C 33) 

Gr. Brit. IIo. of Com. Minutes of evidence [on] 

petitions respecting the orders in Council. [Lon- 
don,] 1808. 3 pts. i". (A 22) 

Hints to both parties : or. Observations on the proc. 

in Pari, on the petitions against the orders in Coun- 
cil. London. 1808. 8°. (B 687) 

— Key to orders in Council. 2d ed. London, 1812. 8°. 

(B789) , ^ . . 

— Orders in Council; or. An examination of thejusUce 

of the new system of commercial regulations. 2d 
ed. London, 1808. 8°. (B 687) 

Phillimore, J. Letter to a member of the Ho. of 

Com. on a motion respecting the ordcr.s In Council 
and the licence trade. 2d ed. Lond., 1812. 8». (B690) 

Stephen, J. Speech, Mar. 6, on Mr. Whitbread's 

motion rel. to the late overtures of the Amer. gov- 
ernment, with remarks on the recent order in Coun- 
cil. London, 1809. 8°. (B 725) 

Orderson, J.W, Creoleana, or social and domestic 
scenes in Barbados. London, 1842, 16°, 

Ordinary, The; a drama. See Cartwright, W. 

Ordination. Ball, T. Pastorum propugnaculum ; 
or. The pulpit's patronage against the force 
of an un-ordained usurpation. London, 
1656. sm. 4°. 

— Crofton, Z. Serious review of presbyters' re-ordina- 

tion by bishops. London, 1660. 4°. (B 2) 

— Chauncev, C. Validity of Prei^byterian ordin.; Diid- 

leian lect., with hist. ace. of the epistles ascribed to 
Ignatius. Boston, 1762. 8°. (B 51, 152) 

— Beokwith, G. Invalidity of lay ordination. New 

London, 1763. 8°. (C 68) 

Second letter on lay ordination, occas. by [I. Holly's] 

'Word in Zion's behair. New London, 1766. 8°. 

— Peirce, J. Defence of the dissenting ministry; and 

Presbyterian ordin.; an answer to the two last 
chapters of 'The conduct of Mr. Peirce examined'. 
Part 2. London. 1717. 8°. (B 107) 

— Parsons, J. The v.tlidity of presbyterian ordin.; 

sermon. Boston, 1733. 12°. (C 50, 53) 

— Pr^laticus triumphatus ; a vindication of 

presbyterial ordin. and government. Boston, 
1733, 8". 




— Hadfteld, T. Apostolical ordination of ministers, 

efc.; sermon. London, 1737. S". (B 1861) 

— Catholic Chirch. Series ordinationuin. 

Ambiani, 1787. 12". 
Another copy. (C 17) 

— Lamson, a. Validity of congregational ordin., dis- 

course at the Dudleian lecture, n.p., 1834. 8". (B 
1025, 1085, E 41) 

— White, W. Commentaries suited to occasions 

of ordination. N. Y., 1848. 12". 

— GOODE, W. Reply to the Bishop of Exeter's Letter 

on the validity of the orders of foreign non-episc. 
churches. 2d ed. London, 1852. 8°. (B 1643) 

— Philpotts, H. Letter to the archdeacon of Totness 

on episc. ordination. London, 1852. 8". (B 1643) 
Ordnance. Simienowicz, C. Great art of artillery ; 
tr. by G. Shelvocke. London, 1729. f. 

— LeBloxd, G. ArtiUerie raisonnee. Paris, 

1761. 8°. 
Same. Xouv. ed. Paris, 1776. 8°. 

— ScHEEL, H. O. de. Treatise on artillery, 

[1777]; tr. [by J. Williams]. Phila., 1800, 
8" and PI. obi. P. 

— Hl"tto:«, C. Xew experiments in artiliery. (/n A»» 

tracts, V. 1. 1786.) 
■ — Anderson, J. Essais sur I'artillerie de cam- 
pagne. n.p., [1791]. 8". 

— Lombard, — . Instruction sur la manoenvre et le tir 

du canon de bataille. n.p., [1792]. 8' (B 1156) 

— MoxGE, G. L'art de fabriquer les canons. 

Paris, 1794. 4°. 

— Grobert, J. F. L. Memoire sur le moyen de 

trainer en bataille les pieces de gros calibre. 
Paris. [1795]. 4" . 

— TorsARD, L. de. American artillerists' com- 

panion. Phila., 1809. 2 v. 8° and Plates 4°. 

— Logan, M. Explanation of the present practice of 

the horse or field artillery, compared with tran- 
scendent field artillery. London. 1815. %'. (B 1108) 

Important extracts; remarks from the report on the 

new system of artillery. London, 1815. 8°. (B 1108) 

— ScoFFERN, J. Projectile weapons of war and 

explosive compounds. London, 1845. 8°. 

— Short account of an improved cannon. 

Camb., 1845. 12°. 

— United St-i^^tes. Ordnance Dep't. Experiments 

on metals for cannon. Phila., 1856. 4°. 

— Treadwell, E). Practicability of constructing cannon 

of great caliber, capable of enduring long-continued 
use under full charges. {In Amer. Acad. Mem., 
n.s.. V. 6, pt. 1. 1857.) 

— ScoFFERN, J. Projectile weapons of war and 

explosive compounds. 3d ed., rev. London, 
1858, 8°. 

— Gr. Brit. War Office. Enfield and Whit- 

worth committee; report. [Lond., 1861.] f°. 

— Rodman, T. J. Experiments on metals for 

cannon and the fabrication and trial of a 
15-inch gun. Boston, 1861. 4°. 

— Benton, J. G. Course of instruction in ord- 

nance and gunnery. 2d ed. enl. X. Y., 
1862. 8°. 

— Treadwell, D. Construction of improved 

ordnance. Camb., 1862. 8". 

— Gr. Brit. Ho. of Commons. Report of the 

select committee on ordnance. [London, 
1863.] f°. 

— Tennent, Sir J. E. The story of the guns. 

London, 1864. 8°. 

— Another 'story of the guns* ; or. Sir J. E. 

Tennent and the Whitworth gun ; by the 
Frazer reviewer. London, 1864. 16°. 

— Thomas, L. Rifled ordnance. 1st Amer. ed., 

fr. 5th Eng. N. Y., 1864. 8°. 

— GiLLMORE, Q. A. Observations on heavy ordnance, 

ttc. {In his Engineers' operations ag.iinst Charles- 
ton. 1865.) 

— Bartlett, W. H. C. Rifled gnns. {In Nat. Acad. 

of Sci. Mem., v. 1. 1866.) 

— Abbot, H. L. Siege artillery in the campaigns 

against Richmond, with notes on the 15-inch 
gun. Wash., 1867. 8°. (U. S. Corps of 
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— Brackenburt, C. B. European armaments in 

1867. London, 1867, 8°, 

— Treadweli,, D. Construction of hooped cannon. 

{In Amer. Acad. Mem., n.s., v. 9, pt. 1. 1868.) 

— United States. iOth Cong., Zd sess. Report 

of the joint committee to investigate the 
purchases, contracts, and experiments of the 
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— Omodei, F. Dell' origine della polvere da gnerra e 

del primo uso delle artiglierie a fnoco. {In Turin. 

Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 38. 1835.) 

See aim Artillery ; — Gnncotton ; — Gunpow- 
der ; — Projectiles ; — Spingnard. 
Ordnance Survey. 5«<^Gr. Brit. Ordnance Survey iii.XQXi). 
Ordo S. Trinitatis et Redemptionis Captivcrum. 

Regula et statuta ; ace. Chronicum Rob. 

Guaguini, de majoribus ministris, cum 

append, ad Chron. Guaguini per J. Bur- 

gesium. Duaci, 1719. 8°. 
Ordo recitandi officii divini, etc. See Catholic Church 

(p. 496). 
Ordre dn St. Esprit. Liste chronol. des chev.nliers; pub. 

par A. Teulet. {In Paris. Soc. d. I'Hist. Bui. 

Ordronanx, John. Hints on the preservation of 

health in armies, X. Y., 1861. 24°. 

Oregon. Territory. 


— Browne, P. A. Lecture on O. Terr. Phila., 1&43. 8*. 

(B 1516) 

— Crittenden, J. .T. Speech on the O. question, Apr. 

16. Wash., 1846. 8°. (B 1516) 

— Datton, W. L. Speech on O. Wash.. 1844. 8» (B 

1119, 1174) 

— FAtCOSER. T. Oregon question : statement of Brit- 

ish flaims to Oregon Territory. London, 1845. 8". 
(B 1516) 

— GALtATiN, A. Letters on the O. question. Wash., 

1846. 8°. (B 1516) 

— Haywood, W. H. Speech on the O. question. Mar. 4, 

5. Wash., 1846. S". (B 1516) 

— KEtLEV, H. J. Discoveries, etc.. on the Js". W. coast; 

part of an investigation of the American title to O. 
n.p., [18381. 8"'. (B1600) 

— McRDOCK, W . D. C. Our true title to O. Georgetown, 

184.5. Vr. (B1516) 

— Pendleton, J. 8. Speech on the O. question, Jan. 

26. Wash., 1846. 8°. (B 1516) 

— PorssiN, G. T. Question de TO. Paris, 

1846. 8°. 

— Stcrgis, W. Oregon question ; lecture, Jan. 22. Bos- 

ton, 1845. 8°. (B 1195, 1516, 1582) 

— Twiss, T. Oregon question examined. Lon- 

don, 1846. 8°. 

— Wallace, E. J. Oregon question determined by the 

rules of international law. Lond.. 1846. 8". (B1516) 

— WiNTHROP, U. C Speech on the O. question. Mar. 18. 

Wash., 1844. 8». (B 1516) 

Speech, Feb. 1. Wash., 1845. S". (B 1197, 1516) 

Speech, Jan. 3. Wash., 1846. 8°. (B 1516) 


— FRANCHfeRE. G. [1811-14.] {In Ms Voyage to X. W. 

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— Ross, A. . Adventures in O. and the Rockv 

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Kellet, H. J. Geog. sketch of O. Boston, 1830. S'. 


— Wyeth. J. B. Oreson ; or. Short history of a 

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— Farnham. T." Travels in O,, etc., [1839], 

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— White, E. View of O., [1842-46]. Wash., 

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— Fremont, J. C. Report of explor. exped. to 

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Same. Wash.,1845. 8". (28 Cong. 2d sess. Ho.) 

Same. Syracuse, 1846. 12°. 

Same. N. Y., 1846. 8°. (B 1600) 

Same. N. Y., 1849. 8". 

— Account of O.. [1843-44]. See Uistory. 

— RuBio, pseud. Rambles in the U. S., etc., 

1845, with an ace. of O. London, 1846. 12°. 

— Denis. J. F. [1846.] See IliHtory. 

— NicoLAY, C. G. Oregon ; a geog. and jihysical 

ace. London, 184G. 16°. 

— Thornton, J. Q. Oregon and California in 

1848. N. Y., 1849. 2 v. 12° 

— Xew map of Texas, Oregon, and California, 

Phila., ,S. A. Mitchell, 1846. 

— Preuss, C. Map of O., etc., from surveys by 

J. C. Fremont. Wash., 1848. 
See also Columbia River ; — San Juan Island. 

See Chinook jargon. 


— Senior, N. W. [To 1845.] (/n Ais Hist, essays, v. 2. 


Denis. J. F. L'Oregon ; hist, et description, [to 1846]. 

(/n Regnault, E. Hist, des Antilles. 1849. Univers.) 

— Greenhow, R. History of O., etc., [to 1845]. 

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— Account and hist, of O. ; a journal of an em- 

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— Dunn, J. History of O. and the British fur 

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— Amer. Soc. for Encouraging a Settlement of O. 

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— U. S. 'i-o^/i Cong. 3t7 nenn. //ouse. Report of the com. 

on for. aflairs rel. to tlie territory of the U. S. beyond 
' the Rocky Mts., Feb. 16, 1839 ; [siibni. by C. 

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— Saxton, C. Tlie Oregonlfin; or. History of O., 

[1840-46]. Wash., 1846. 12°. (C 277) 

— Bui.FlNCn, C. etal. Lands in O.; memorial praying 

that their title to certain lands in O. may be con- 
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— Conrad, T. A. Description of the tertiary fossils 

collected on survey of routes in California and Ore- 
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— Choate, R. Speech on annulling the convention for 

the common occupation of O., March 21. Wash., 
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— Oregon, the cost and the consequences ; by a disciple of 

the Wasliington School. Phila., 1846. 8°. (B1516) 

— Maurv, S. M. Remarks on O. (/n Aer Statesmen of 

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— HiLLlARD, H. W. Speech on the bill to establish a 

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— Webster, D. Speech, M.irshfield. Sept. 1, 1848, and 

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— Adjutant General. Report, 186.3/64, 65, 

Salem, 1865. 2 v, 8° 

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— Ludlow, F. H. The heart of the continent ; 

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{In his Resources of Cali- 

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— DuFUK, A. J. Statistics of Oregon 

Oregon, 1869. 8". 
Oregon river. Bui.finch, T. O. and Eldorado; 

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Ethiopic didascalia; or, the Ethiopic version of the 
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— Sermons. Boston, 1824. 8°. 

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— Solemn protest against the late declaration of war; 

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Overbeck, Friedrich. Lagrange, L. L'atelierd'Overbeck. 

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Overbeck, Johannes Adolf. Die antiken Schrift- 

quellen zur Geschichte der bildenden Kiinste 

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— Poems. {In Campbell, T. Brit, poets, v. 2. 1819.) 
Overbury, Sir Thomas. Proceedings touching the divorce 

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Overland ; by J. W. DeForest. {In the Galaxy, v. 10-12. 

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Overland Traction Engine Company. Robinson, 
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Overman, Frederick. Treatise on metallurgy ; 
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Overradt, Peter. Italia. Colonise, 1598. (E 78, no. 190a) 

Overstone, Ld. See Loyd, 8. J., Ld. O. 

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Ovidius Naso, Publius. Opera omnia ; cum N. 

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Contents. Vol. 1. Epistolse heroidum. — Amores. — 

Ars amatoria. — Remeaia amoris. — Medicamina faciei. 

— Halieuticon fragm. — Incerti auctoria Consolatio 
ad Liviam Augustam. — Nux. — Sabinus, A. Epistolae 
tres tribus Ovidii epistoUs respondentes. — Fragmenta. 
2. Metamorphoses. 3. Fasti. — Tristia. — Epistolae 
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— Opera ; interp. et notis illust. D. Crispinns, ad 

usum Delphini. Bassani, 1792. 4 v. 4°. 
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Ars amatoria. — Remedium amoris. — De medicamine 
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Tristia. — Epistolse ex Ponto. — LibcUus in Ibin. 4. 
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— Remediorum amoris, lib. l. — Medicamina faciei 
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- Opera ; ex recog. R. Merkelii. Lips., 1852-58. 

3 V. 12°. 
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London, Bohn, 1851. 16°. 
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Owen, G. Salt Lake city directory. Salt* Lake 

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Owen, Mrs. Henry. Dluminated book of needle- 
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Owen, Hugh, Jr. The elementary education act, 1870, See 

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— Certain epigrams out of the first four books of 

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— NiCERON, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 16. 1731; and. 

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Contents. Declaration of glorious mystery of person 
of Christ. — Communion with God, each person dis- 
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Christ. — Display of Arminianism. 

— Brief declaration and vindication of the doc- 

trine of the trinity. London, 1676. 12°. 

— Brief instruction in the worship of God and 

discipline of the churches, etc. London, 

1688. 12° 

— Christologia. London, 1679. 4°. 

— Exposition of Hebrews ; abr. with life of the 

author by E. Williams. Boston, 1811-12. 
4 V. 8°. 

— Humble testimony unto the goodness and 

severity of God. London, 1681. 12°. 

— Indulgence and toleration considered. London. 1667 

4". (Bl) 

— Peace-offering, in an apology and humble plea for in- 

dulgence and liberty of conscience. London, 1667 
4°. (Bl) 

— Principles of doctrine of Christ unfolded in 

two short catechismes. London, 1684. 12°. 

— The Sabbath. London, 1671. 8°. 

— Sermons, also tracts and his Latin orations; 

with mem. and his funeral sermon, by D. 
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— 'Z'.'veaiq -vevuariKri, causes, waies, and means 

of understanding the mind of God as re- 
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— Temptation ; the nature and power of it, etc. 

Oxford, 1658. 12°, 

— True nature of the gospel church. London, 

1689. 4°. 

— Cane, J. V. Epistle to the authour of Animad- 

versions upon Fiat lux. «./>., 1663. 12°. 

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— Thomson, A. Life of O. Edin., 1853. 12°. 
Owen, John. Brittannia depicta, a coppy of 

Ogilby's survey ; added, the arms of peers, 
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— Address to the chairman of the East India Co. [on] 

Twining's letter, and on the views of the Brit, and 
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— Two letters on the French Bible. London, 1822. 8". 


— Uncertainty of the morrow; sermon, on the late fire 

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Owen, Josiah. DiflBculties and discouragements that attend 
the dissenting ministry, with proper methods to re- 
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Owen, Richard, b. 1804. Anatomy of the verte- 
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— Same. 2d ed. London, 1855. 8°. 

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— Odontography ; comparative anatomy of the 

teeth. London, 1840-45. 2 v. 4°. 

— Palaeontology ; systematic summary of extinct 

animals in their geolog. relations. London, 
1860. 8°. 

— Parthenogenesis ; successive production of 

procreating individuals from a single ovum. 
London, 1849. 8°. 

— Raw materials from the animal kingdom. {In Soc. of 

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Owen, Robert. Book of the new moral world ; 
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— The human race governed without punishment. {In 

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— Life written by himself. Vol.1. Lond.,1857. 8°. 
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Vol. 1 : A. London, 1858. 8°. 

— Manifesto addressed to all governments, etc., who de- 

sire to become civilized. Wash., 1844. 8°. (B 1500) 

— New view of society ; or, Essays on the forma- 

tion of the human character. 3d ed. Lon- 
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Owen, Robert Dale. The debatable land between this 
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— Footfalls on the boundary of another world. 

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— Hints on public architecture. N.Y., 1849. 4°. 

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— Y., W. Twelve letters to young men. on the senti- 

ment of Miss F. Wright and R. D. Owen. Phila., 

1830. 8°. (B 1358, 1854) 
Owen, Samuel R. I. Hindu neology, (/n Anthropol. Soc. 

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Owen, Wm. Cunningham, A. (/n his Lives of British 

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Owen, Capt. Wm. Fitz Wm. Narrative of voyages 

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Oxenford, John. Illustrated book of French songs, 

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Oxenstierna, Benedikt. Leben, von ihm selbst heschrieben. 

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1867 ; with a preliminary notice of the 
earlier library founded in the 14th cent. 
London, cte.,'l868. 8°. 


- Calendar, 1823, 51, 55. Oxf., 1823-55. 3 v. 12° 


- Catalogue of graduates. Oxf., 1851. 8**. 

- Oxford ten-year book, made up to the end of 

1860, 70. Oxf., 1863-72. 2 v. 12°. 

Clarendon Press. 

- Specimen of printing types belonging to the 

Univ. Oxf., 1786. 8°. 


- De Qciscey. T. Oxford. (/« his Memorials, v. 1. 


- New pocket companion for O.; with descript. 

of buildings, etc., at Blenheim. New ed. 
Oxf., 1807. 12". 

- Satne. New ed. Oxf., 1815. 12°. 

- New O. guide ; with tour to Blenheim and 

Nuneham. Oxf., 1819. 12°. 

- Oxford Univ. and city guide; with guide to 

Blenheim, Nuneham, etc., with plates. 
New ed. Oxf., 1824. 12°. 

- Same. New ed. with add. [without plates]. 

Oxf,, 1827. 12°. 

Edmund Hall. 

- Hill, R. Ooliatb slain ; being a reply to Noweli's 

"Answer to 'PietaBOxoniengis'". London, 1768. 8*. 

- - Letter to T. Kowell containing remarks on the 2d ed. 

of his 'Answer to Pietas Oxoniensis*. London, 
1769. 8». (B21) 

Pietas Osonieneis; or. Full account of the expulsion 

of six students from Edmund Hall. 2d ed. Lon- 
don, 1768. 8"". (B 21) 

- NowELL, T. Answer to R. Hill's 'Pietas Oxoniensis'. 

2d ed. with add. Oxf., 1769. 8°. (B 21) 

- Priestcraft defended ; a sermon [on] the expulsion 

of six young gentlemen from Oxford. 7th ed. Bk)8- 
ton, 1793. 120. (C 145) 

- Strictures on an "Answer to 'Pietas Oxoniensis' " by 

T. Xowell, by No Methodist. Lond., 1769. 8». (B21) 

- Whitefield, G. Letter to D. Durell occasioned by 

[the] expulsion of six students from Edmund Hall. 
London, 1768. 8«. (B 21) 

- - Same. Boston, 1768. 8». (B 514) 


- Epithalamia Oxon, ; in Caroli regis cum H. 

Maria connubitun. Oxon., 1725. 4°. 

Epithalamia O.; in Georgii iii. et Charlottae 
nuptias. Oxon., 1761. f. 


Accot^NT of the visit of the Prince Regent and 
Emperor of Russia and King of Prussia to 
O. Univ., 1814, Oxf., 1815. 4°. 

AjrarRST, N. Terrje-filius ; or. Secret hist, of 
O., and ans. to Dr. Newton. 3d ed. London, 
1754. 12°. 

Anstet, H. Munimenta academica; doc. 
illust. of acad. life and studies at O. Lond., 
1868. 2 V. 8°. (Chron. and mem.) 

Chalmers, A. History of the coll., halls, cfc, 
of the Univ. of Oxford. Oxf., 1810. 2 v. 8°. 

Contbeare, J. Calumny refuted ; answer to 
the personal slanders pub. by R, Newton; 
the conduct of the Bishop of Exeter, and 
of the Society of Exeter Coll. vindicated. 
London, 1735*. 8°. 

Cox, G.V. Recollections of O. Lond., 1868. 8°. 
• Macmichael, W. F. Oxford and Cambridge 

boat races, 1829-69. Camb., 1870. 16°. 
■ Jeaffreson, J. C. Annals of Oxford. Lon- 
don, 1871. 2 V. 8°. 

Smith, G. The Univ. of O. {/n hU Lectures on his- 
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- Thomson, J. C. Almse matres; by Megathym 

Splene. London, 1849. 18°. 
See also, back, Edmund Hall. 

- Catalogus codicum mss. in eollegiis et aulis O. 

Oxon., 1852. 2 v. 8°. 
See alto Bodleian Lib. ; — Radcliffe Lib. 
Magdalen College. 

- Catalogus librorum impressorum bibliotheoee ; 

conf.E. M. Macfarlane. Ox., 1860-62. 3 v. 4°. 

- Bloxham, J. R. Register of presidents, fel- 

lows, etc. Oxf., 1853-57. 2 v. 8°. 

- Observations on the original architecture of 

St. Mary Magdalen Coll. London, 1823. 8°. 


See Epthalam.ia ; — Oxford English prize es. 
Bays; — Oxford essays ; — Oxford sausage. 

Organization, Reform. 

- COLXECTioj* of papers to explain the mode of sub- 

scription required by the Univ. fro m all young per- 
sons at their matriculation. Oxf., 1772. 8*. (B 9(te) 

- Keplt. [l6t]-3d, to the calumnies of the Ediiih. rev. 

against O. 2d ed. Oxf., 1810-11. 8"". (B 788) 

- Sandford, D. K. Letter to P. Elmsley, in answer to 

the appeal to Prof. S. as umpire between the Univ. 
of O. and the Edin. review. {In Pamphleteer, 
1822 ; V. 21 of B 838) 

- NiCKLiw , P. H. Report to the board of trustees of the 

Univ. of Penn. cone, the Univ. of O. and Cambr. 
Phila., 1834. 8". (B 1132) 

- Cooper, C. P. Oxford Univ. commission; letter to the 

Dnke of Wellington. London, 1851. 8°. fE 107) 

- Gr. Brit. Commissioners [on"] the State, Disci- 

pline, Studies, and Revenues of the Univ. of 
Oxford. Report. London, 1852. T. 

- Hamilton, Sir W. (In his Discussions on philos. 


- Daubeny, C. Can physical science obtain a home in 

an English university? 1853. — Letter to the provost 
of Oriel on univ. extension. 1865. — Proportion of 
graduates in medicine at O. to the population. 1866. 
(/n his Misc.. v. 2. 1867.) 

- RtJMSEY, Rev. J. O. extension, (/n Nat. Assoc. 

Prom, Soc. Sci. Trans., 1866.) 

- Pattison, Rev. M. Suggestions on acad. 

organization with ref. to O. Edin., 1868. 8°. 

- What measures are required for the further improve- 

ment of the Univ. of O. and Camb. ? (/n Nat. 
Aasoc. Prom. Soc ScL Trans., 1868.) 




— Smith, G. The re-organization of the Univ. 

Oxf., 1868. 8°. 
Oxford Univ. reform. (In Oxford essays, 1858.) 

— Wrench, Rev. J. Q. What measures are required for 

the further improvement of the Univ. {In Nat. 
Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1868.) 

See, forward, Oxford review; — Oxford spectator. 

Queen's College. 

— Orthography and ichnography of Queen's College li- 

brary, M. Burghers sculp, n.p., 1695. f°. (E 55) 

Radcliffe Library. 

— GiBBS, J. Ichnographica delineatio Bibliothecae Rad- 

cliffianae. n.t.p. [London? 1737.] f. (E 126) 


— Burrows, M, Pass and class, an O. guide 

book through the classes. London, 1860. 8°. 

— Rogers, J. E. T. Education in Oxford. 

London, 1861. 8° 


— Defence of subscription to the 39 articles as required in 

the Univ. of O. Oxf., [17—]. 8°. (B 906) 

See also Organization ; — aUo Nat. Assoc. 
Prom. Soc. Sci. ; — Statist. Soc. Journ. 

Oxford, 3fa88. Holmes, A. Mem. of French Protestants 
atO., 1686. {/n Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 22. 1830.) 

Oxford chronological tables. See Anuales antiquitatis. 

Oxford County, 3/e. Walling, H.F. Map. 1858. 

Oxford English prize essays. The. Oxf., 1836. 
5 V. Cv. 1, 4 w.). 12". 
Contents. Vol. 2. Street, 8. Art of printing. — 
Bartlam, J. Liberty. — Copleston, £., £p. Agricul- 
ture. — Phlllimore, J. Chivalry. — Mant, R., Bp. 
Commerce. — Rudd, E. Connection between intellec- 
tual and moral excellence. — Wilson, D. Common 
sense. — Hendy, A. Utility of classical learning in sub- 
serviency to theological studies. — Heber, R., Up. A 
sense of honour. — Marsh, E. G. Posthumous fame. — 
Grey,.C. Hereditary rank. — Burney. C. P. Love of 
our country. — Whateley, R., Bp. What are the arts 
in the cultivation of which the moderns have been less 
successful than the ancients? 

3. Attfleld, W. Funeral and sepulchral honours. — 
Keble, J. Translation from dead languages. — Cole- 
ridge, J. T. Etymology. — Burdon, R. Comparative 
estimate of the English literature of the 17th and 18th 
centuries. — Arnold, T. Eftects of distant colonization 
on the parent state. — Milman, H. H. Comparative es- 
timate of sculpture and painting. — Ogilvie, C. A. 
Union of classical and mathematical studies. — Adolphus, 
J. L. Biography. — Rickards, 8. Characteristic dif- 
ferences of Greek and Latin poetry. — Macdonnell, A. 
Influence of the drama. — Sandford, D. K. Study of 
modern history. 

4. Wanting. 5. Eden, C. P. Use and abuse of 
theory. — Harrison, B. Study of different languages as 
it relates to the philosophy of the human mind. — Wall, 
H. Emulation. — Anstice, J. Influence of the Roman 
conquests upon literature and the arts in Rome. — Moz- 
ley, J. B. Influence of ancient oracles in public and 
private life. — Vaaghan, H. H. Eftects of a national 
taste for general and difi'usive reading. — Jackson, J. 
Character and doctrines of Socrates. 

Oxford essays, contributed by members of the 
Univ. London, [1855-58]. 4 v. 8°. 
Contents. 1855. Sellar, W. Y. Lucretius and the 
poetic characteristics of his age. — Froude, J. A. Sug- 
gestions on the best means of teaching English history. 

— Palgrave, F. T. Alfred de Mussel. — Smith, H. J. 8. 
The plurality of worlds. — Cowell, E. B. Persian 
literature. — Thomson, W. Crime and its excuses. — 
Phillips, J. The neighbourhood of Oxford and its 
gjology. — Sandars, T. C. Hegel's philosophy of right. 

— Pattison, M. Oxford studies. 

1856. Muller, F. M. Comparative mythology. — 
Bernard, M. The growth of laws and usages of war. — 
Butler, Q. The Raphael drawings in the University 
galleries, O. — Morris, W. O'C. The land system of 
Ireland. — Temple, F. National education. — King, 
R. J. Carlovingian romances. — Smith, G. Review of 
Mr. Congreve's 'Roman empire of the wyst'. 

1857. Gladstone, W. E. On the place of Homer in 
classical education and in historical inquiry. — Duff, 

M. E. G. Sicily. — Wilson, II. B. Schemes of Christ- 
ian comprehension. — Freeman, E. A. Ancient Greece 
and mediaeval Italy. — Powell, B. The Burnett prizes ; 
The study of the evidences of natural theology. — 
Bridges, J. H. The Jews of Europe in the Middle 
Ages. — Church, R. W. The essays of Montaigne. — 
Sellar, W. Y. Characteristics of Thucydides. 

1858. Conington, J. The poetry of Pope. — Cecil, 
Ld. R. G. The theories of parliamentary reform. — 
Grant, Sir A. The ancient Stoics. — Pearson, C. B. 
Hymns and hymn-writers. — Dasent, G. W. The 
Norsemen in Iceland. — Phillimore, J. G. Influence of 
the canon law. — Smith, G. Oxford University re- 
Oxford reformers. The, of 1498. See Seebohm, F. 
Oxford review. Vol. 1, 2; Jan. - Dec. 1807. 

Oxf., [1807]. 2 V. 8". 
Oxford sausage ; or. Poetical pieces by the wits of 

the Univ. New ed. Oxf., [177-] . 8° 
Oxford spectator; by R. S. C, E. N., and T. H. 

W. Repr. London, 1869. 12°. 
Oxford theology; tracts for the times by Drs. Pusey. Hook, 

Newman, and others. N. Y., 1843. 8°. (B 1377) 
Oxford tracts. See Tracts for the times. 
Oxford visitor; picturesque views; with hist. 

descriptions. London, 1822. 12°. 
Oxford J^oung gentleman's reply to H. Dodwell's 
'Christianity not founded on argument', etc. 
London, 1743. 8°. 
Oxfordshire, Eng. Poll [list] of the freeholders 
of O. Oxf., 1754. 4". 

— Handbook for travellers in Berks, Bucks, and 

Oxfordshire. London, J. Murray, 1860. 12°. 
Oxholm, Peter Lotharius. Charte over den Danske Oe St. 

Croix. Kiobenhavn, 1794. (E67) 
Oxnam, John. Enterprises in the South Sea. {2n Burney, 

S. Discoveries in the South Sea, v. 1. 1803.) 

— Voyage to West India and into the South Sea, 1575. 

(In Hakluyt, R. Col. of voy., v. 4. 1811.) 
Oxonian in town. The; a comedy. See Colman, G. 
Oxus. Wood. J. Journey to the source of the 

river. London, 1841. 8°. 
Oxygen. Chace, G.I. Oxygen and its combinations, (/ra 

Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1855.) 
Oyanguren, — . Supplement k la grammaire japonaise. 

See Rodriguez, J. 
Oyster culture. Gr. Brit. Commission [on] 

Methods of Oyster Culture. Report, with a 

view to the introd. of improved methods into 

Ireland. Dublin, 1870. 8° 
Ozanam, Antoine Frederic. La civilisation chre- 

tienne chez les Francs. Paris. 1849. 8°. 

— Dante et la philosophic catholique au 13e 

siecle. Paris, 1845. 8°. 

— Documents ined. pour servir k I'hist. litteraire 

de I'ltalie le 8e - 13e [sifec.]. Paris, 1850. 8°. 
Contents. Des 6coles de I'instruction publique en 
Italic aux temps barbares. — Notice des manuscrits 
publics dans ce recueil. — Textes latins. Graphia aurese 
urbis Romae. — Praefationes ad chartarium Farfense. — 
Obituarium ecclesiae Senensis. — Hymnorum ecclesiasti- 
corum collectio antiqua. — Carmina Alfani et Guaiferii. 

— Textes italiens. De Jerusalem ccelesti. — De Baby- 
Ionia civitate infernali. — Rime di Buonagiunta da Lucca. 

— Rime di Dino Compagni. — L'intelligenza, poema. 

— Les Germains avant la Christianisme. Paris. 

1847. 8°. 

— History of civilization in the 5th cent. ; tr. by 

A. C. Glyn, Phila., 1867. 2 v. 8°. 
Ozanam, Jacques. Recreations mathematiques et 
physiques. Nouv. ed. aug. by [J. E. Mon- 
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— NiCERON, J.P. (Ijihia Mem.,v.6. 1728; and, Germ., 

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Ozark Mts. Featherstonhaugh, G. W. Geol. 

report on the elevated country between the 

Red and Missouri Rivers. Wash., 1835. 8°. 
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V. 11. 1858.) 

— Wetiierill.C. M. Ozone and antozone. (/m Smith- 

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P.***, Le M.D. Catalogue [de see] livres, la vente Oct. 

Paris, 1766. 8°. (B 8»9, 891) 
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P •♦*., J/, de. Recherches philos. sur les Americains. See 

Pauw, C. de. 
P***., J/. Discours sur les avantages, 1787. See Cliastel- 

lux, F. J., marq. de. 
P***. The rights of colonies examined. Prov., 1765. 4". 

(B 14, 652) 
P., Rev. C. K. Boundaries of the Church. {In Tracts for 

priests and people, v. 6. 1861.) 
P., C. R. Epistola critica de punctis controversiae Kempi- 

siauae praecipuis. {In Schelhorn, J. G. Amcen. 

lit., V. 8. 1726.) 
P., E., and J., A. Some miscellany observations on witch- 
crafts. See WUlard, 8. (B 654) 
P., F. Pelage, ou Leon et les Asturies sauves du 

joug des Mahometans. Paris, 1826. 8°. 
P., G. The moderate Parliament: answer to letter [to] a 

person of quality, n.t.p. [16—.] f°. (A 54) 
P., I. R. Handbook of familiar quotations from 

Eng. authors. New ed. London, 1853. 18". 
P., J. Letter to a friend in the country; vindication of the 

Pari. proc. this last session. n.<.p. [1680.] f. (A 54) 
P., J. C. Tobago insulis Caraibicae in Amer. sitae 

fa turn. Groningae, 1727. 4°. 
P — , R. Letter to T. Chubb, occasioned by his 'True gos- 
pel of Christ asserted. London, 1739. 8°. (B 1364) 
P., R. Maxims and hints for an angler; by a bungler. {In 

Jesse, E. Gleanings in nat. hist., v. 2. 18<S2.) 
P., R. Brief inquiry into the dissenting institution, n.p., 

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P., S. H. Jeografia wschodnisy czgsci Europy. 
W Wroclawiu, 1825. 8°. 

P., S. W, Important truths in simple verse. Lon- 
don, 1841. 18". 

P., W. The divine right of kings asserted, n.p., [168-?]. 
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P., W. Plain man's guide to the true church. London, 
1714. 8° (C 60) 

Paas, C. and A. Specimen of brass card borders. 
London, 1793. 4°. 

Paaw or Pauw, Pieter. Niceron, J. P. {In his Kem., 
V. 12. 1730.) 

Pablo; par Mme.E. M. de Garcia. Paris, 1869. 18°. 

Pabodie, Wm. J. Calidore ; a legendary poem. 

Boston, 1839. 8°. 
Pabst, Heinrich Wilhelm v. Anleitung zur Rind- 

viehzucht. 3e Ausg. Stuttg., 1859. 8". 
Paca, Wm. Sanderson, J. (/» Am Biog. of the signers, 

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Pacata Hibemia; or, History of wars in Ireland 

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Pacca, Bartolommeo, Carditial. Historical memoirs 

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Pacca, Colanello, author of bk. 7, v. 2. See Collenticcio, 

P. Compendio dell' istoria di Napoli. 
Pacchiarotti, Giuseppe. Verona, A. {In Amato, G. d'. 

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Pace, Ser, notaio da Fiorenza. Sonnet. {In Rossetti, D. 

G. Early Ital. poeU. 1861.) 
Face, Pablius Marius de. See Facias. 
Pace domestica. La; eommcdia. See Nota, A. 
Pace fra le tre dee, La, da P. Metastasio. {In his Opere, 

V. 11. 1782.) — Face fra la virtii. La, e la bellezza. 

{In V. 3.) 
Pacha of many tales ; by Capt. Marryat. London, 

1856. 16°. 
Fache, Jean Nic. Correspondance [avec] Dumourler, 1792. 

See Dumourler, C. F. (B 796) 
Facheco, Duarte. Exploits in India. (In Green, J. Col. 

of voy., v. 1. 1745; — and Hoore, J. H. New col. 

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Facheco, Francisco. Epigraraas. {In Sedana, J. J. L. de. 

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Facheco, Joaquin Francisco. Coleccion de documentos ined. 

See Torres de Mendoza, L. 
Pacho, Jean Raimond. Relation d'un voyage dans 

la Marmarique, la Cvrena'ique, etc, Paris, 

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Pachomios, St., Abb. Acta S. P. {In Acta sanct., v. 16. 

— Vie de St. Pacome; par un ancien auteur grec et tr. 

par Denis le Petit. {In Amauld d' Andilly, R. 

Vies des saints, v. 1. 1716.) 
Fachter Feldkilmmel von Tippelskirchen; von A. v. Kot- 

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Pachyderms. Jardine, Sir W. Natural hist, of 

the P. Edin., 1836. 16°. (Vol. 5 of his 

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Pachymeres, Georgius. Historia rerum a Michaele [et] 

Andronico Palseologo gestarura, interp. P. Poseino. 

(Vol. 13, 14 of Byzant. hit^t. scr. 1729.) 

— De Michaele et Andronico Palseologis libri xni; 

recog. I. Bekkerus. (Vol. 24, 25 o/Niebuhr. Byzant. 
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— French. Histoire des empereurs Michel et Andro- 

iiique. {In Cousin, L. Hist, de Constant., v. 6. 
Pacianus Barcinonensis. Epistolae. {In Florez, H. Es- 
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Paciaadi, Paolo Maria. Monumenta Peloponnesia 
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— Lettere. {In Raccolta di prose : Let. fam., v. 2. 1830.) 

— Fabroni, a. {In his Vitse Ital., v. 14. 1789.) 
Pacific commercial advertiser; Dec. 31, 1864; Jan. 14, 1865 

Honolulu, 1864-65. f. (E 194) 
Pacific Islands. Dana. J. D. Trend of islands and axis 

of subsidence in the Pacific. {In Amer. Assoc. 

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Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Otis, F. N. History of the 

Co. {In his Isthmus of Panama. 1867.) 
Pacific Ocean. Axtillon, I. de. Carta esferica de 

Grande Oceano ; con analisis. Madrid, 

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— APKfes DE Mannevillette, J. B. N. D. d'. Carte de 

I'Ocean Oriental depuis le Cap de Bonne Esperance, 
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— Johnston, A. K. Notes illustrative of the physical 

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— Voyages, (/n ChurchilL Col. of voy., v. 3, 1745; — 

Hakluyt, v. 4. 1811; — Harris, v. 2. 1764; — Fink- 
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— Chart. Arrowsmith, A. London, 1798. (E 66, nos. 


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Pacific overtures for Christian harmony. No. 1. n.t.p. 8* 

— Same. [1828.] 12". (C 246) 

Pacific Railroad. Gray, A. B. Survey of a route 
for the Pacific Railroad on the 32d parallel. 
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— Heap, G. H. Central route to the Pacific; 

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— Heine, W. Le chemin de fer du Pacifique. {In 

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— Hill, A. H. Report on the northern Pacific R. R. ; 

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— Memphis Convention. Oct. 23, 1849 in Relation to 

the Pacific R.R. Proceedings. Memphis, 1850. 
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— Palmer, W. J. Report of surveys across the 

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— Poor.H. V. Railroad to the Pacific, (/n Amer. Geog. 

Statist. Soc. Bui., v.l. 1854.) 

— Pope, J. Report of exploration of a route for 

the Pacific R. R., near the 32d parallel. 
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— Stevens, I. I. Report of exploration for a 

route for the Pacific railroad, near the 47th 
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— U. S. War Dep't. Reports of explorations 

and surveys to ascertain the most practicable 
route for a R. R. to the Pacific Ocean ; made 
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— Whipple, A. W. Report of explorations for 

a railway from the Mississippi to the Pacific. 
n.t.p. [Wash., 1854.] 8°. [33d Cong. 2d 
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See also Kansas. 

Pacific Railroad Co. of California. By-laws. (In Cali- 
fornia. Legislature. General railroad laws. 1862.) 

Pacific States. Knight, W. H. Hand-book 
almanac for the Pacific States. S. Francisco, 
1862. 24". 

Pacific Steam Navigation Co. Wheelright, W. State- 
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steiira navigation in the Pacific. London, 1838. 8°. 
(B 1742) 

Pacificatory letter about psalmody. [Boston, 1724.] 8°. 

Facifico de Monte Gassiano. Relation succincte de la Pen- 
tapole Libyque, tr. par M. de Laporte. {In Paris. 
Soc. de G6og. Rec. des voy., v. 2. 1825.) 

Pacificus, pseud. Appeal to Amer. Christians on the prac- 
tice of war. N. Y., 1830. 8°. (B 1786) 

Pacificus, pseud. Rights and privileges of the states in re- 
gard to slavery ; essays in the Western reserve 
chronicle after the election of 1842. n.p., 1842. 8°. 
(B 1174, 1499) 

Pacificus, Philo, pseud. The friend of peace. See Wor- 
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Pacifique, Le pere, de Proving. Lettre sur I'estrange mort 
du grand Turc. (/n Ternaux Compans, H. Ar- 
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Pacini, Giovanni. Saflb; a lyrical tragedy. Boston, 1847. 
12". (El) 

— Same. Hallana, 1846. 12°. (E 6) 

Paolo di Beriga, Giulio. Posthumus Pacianus; 
definitiones juris utriusque Pasii novatse. 
Ed. alt., ab A. Corvino. Amst., 1659. 12°. 

— NlCERON, J. P. (/ji his Mem., v. 39. 1738.) 
PaciuB or de Pace, Publius Marius. Antiquitates Caltage- 

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antiq. Sicil., v. 12. 1725.) 
Packard, liev. — . Letter on the retreat of swallows in 

winter, (/n Amer. Acad. Mem., v. 2. 1793.) 
Packard, Alpheus Spring, b. 1798. History of the 

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— Same. Rev. and ed. by W. Turner. 3d 

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Paget, Rev. John. Defence of church-govemment, 

according to the practice of the Reformed 

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Paget, John, b. 1808. Hungary and Transylvauia. 

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evidence relating to the chaises brought by 

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— New «Examen* ; an inquiry into the evidence 

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Paget, John H., Marquis of Anglesey. Mahthseac, H. 

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Paget, Thomas. Letter to Ricardo on estimating the extent 

of the late depreciation in currency; and efl^ects of 

Peel's bill for resumption; [also] letter to Sir F. 

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Paget family. (In Sanford, J. L., and Townsend, M. gov. fam., v. 1. 1365.) 
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Paige, A. Electropathic guide. Boston, 1849. 8°. 
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works, et^.; sermon to Female Bene v. Soc., Rox- 

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Paige, Lucius Robinson. Address, centennial 

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— Address, inaug. of A. A. Miner as Pres. of Tufts Coll. 

(In Tofts College. Address at the inaag. of A A. 
Miner. 186-2. B 1576) 




— ReminiscenceB of the Vassal family, (/n Mass. Hist. 

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Paige, Reed. Oration, Hancock, July 4, 1803. Amherst, 

1804. 8°. (B416) 
Paignon-Dijonval, — . Catalogue de dessins et 

d'estampesdu cabinet de P. [179-?] 4° 
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Pain. Hilton, J. Influence of rest and value of 
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See also Pleasure. 

Pain and sorrow of evil marriage ; from an unique 
copy printed by Wynkyn de Worde. Lon- 
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Paine, Charles. Address before the Mass. Char. Fire Soc, 
May 27. Boston, 1808. 8°. (B 669) 

— Oration, July 4. Boston, [1801]. 8°. (B 394, 2516) 

— LOKING, J. S. (/n Ai*( Hundred Boston orators. 1852.) 
Paine, Charles, Gov. oj Vi., Funeral sermon on. 1853. See 

Gannett, E. 8. (B 1222, 1247) 

Paine, Ebenezer. Healy, J. Appeal, in vindication of 
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Paine, Elisha. Letter from the associated ministers of the 
Co. of Windham to the people in the several socie- 
ties in the Co. n.t.p. [1744.] 8°. (B 45) 

Paine, Emerson. Oration , Brown Univ., Providence, 4 July. 
Prov., 1813. 8°. (B 944) 

Paine, Mrs. Fanny C. Biogr.iphy of S. Paine. (I71 Hig- 
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Paine or Pain, James. Plans, elevations, etc., of 
noblemen and gentlemen's houses in Derby, 
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— British Palladio. 1793. See Pain, W. 

Paine, Joseph AVarren. Studlet, AV. S. Final 
memorials of P. ; remarks at his funeral, 
Dec. 29, 1864. Boston. 1865. 12°. 

Paine, Joshua, Jr., Funeral sermon on. 1788. See Thacher, 
P. (B233) • 

Paine, Martyn. Defence of the med. profession of the 
U.S.; addr.,Mar.ll. 7th ed. N. Y.,1846. 8°. (B1559) 

— Discourses on soul and instinct, and on organic 

life. N. Y., 1849. 12". 

— Essays on the philosophy of vitality as contradistin- 

guished from chemical and mechanical philosophy. 
N. T.. 1842. 8°. (B 1189) 

— Examination of a Review of the Medical and physiol- 

ogical commentaries. N. Y., 1841. 8°. (B 1659) 

— Institutes of medicine. N. Y., 1847. 8°. 

— Same. 5th ed. N. Y., 1859. 8°. 

— Same. 8th ed. N. Y., 1867. 8°. 

— Lecture on the physiology of digestion. 4th ed. N. Y., 

1844-45. 8°. (B 15.59) 

— Letters on the cholera asphyxia in the city of 

N. Y.; with other letters. N. Y., 1832, 8". 

— Materia medica and therapeutics. New York, 

1848. 12°. 

— Medical and physiological commentaries. 

N, Y., 1840-44. 3 v. 8°. 

— Reply to an attack by H, I. Bowditch upon 

the essay on the writings of P. C. A. Louis. 
Boston, 1840. 8°. 

— Review of theoretical geology. [From Prot. 

Episc. quar. rev. N. Y., 1856.1 8°. 

— and M. A. W. Memoir of R. Troup Paine. 

'^.Y.,priv. printed, m>2. 4°. 

— Bowditch, H. I. Remarks rel. to Paine's 

•Commentaries upon the writings of Louis'. 
Boston, 1840. 8°. 

— - Another copy. (B 1163) 

Rejoinder to Paine's 'Reply', n.t.p. [1841.] 8". 

Paine, Mrs. Mary Ann (Weeks). See Paine, Martyn, and 

Mrs. M. A. W. 
Paine, Nathaniel. Remarks on the early paper 

currency of Massachusetts ; read hei. the 

Amer.Antiq. Soc, April 25. Camb., 1866. 8°. 
. — Report upon American coins and tokens. {In Amer. 

Antiq. Soc. Proc, I860.) 
Paine, Robert Treat, h. 1731, d. 1814. [Memoir.] n.t.p. 

[181-.] 8°. (B570) 

— Sanderson, J. {Jn his Biog. of the signers, v. 2. 


— Sketch of the character of P.; from sermon at First 

Church in Boston the Sunday after his decease. 
n.t.p. [1814.] 8°. (B1459) 
Paine, Robert Treat, Jr., previously Ihoma?,, b. 1773, 
d. 1811. Works; with sketches of his life, 
etc. Boston, 1812. 8°. 
Contents. Sketches of the life, etc., of P. — Tributary 
lines. — College exercises. — Miscellaneous poems. — 
Odes and songs. — I'rose writings. — Kotes. 

— Eulogy on Washington, Newburyport, Jan. 2. New- 

buryport, 1800. 8°. (B 87, 1879, 2510, E 61, W 52) 

— The liasty-pudding; a poem; also The ruling passion. 

Hallowell, 1815. 12°. (D 20) 

— Invention of letters; poem, Cambridge, July 15. Bos- 

ton, 1795. 4°. (H 22, W 58) 

— Same. 2d ed. Boston, 1795. 4°. (B 650) 

— Same. 3d ed. Boston, 1819. 8°. (B 573, W 33) 

— Monody on the death of Sir J. Moore, with notes. 

Boston, 1811. 8°. (B 439, 573) 

— Ode for Independence, 1810. Cntting. (C 307) 

— Oration, Boston, July 17, [on] the dissolution of trea- 

ties between France and the U. 8. Boston, 1799. 8°. 
(B 138, 1839) 

— The ruling passion; written by the appointment of the 

Soc. of the *.B.K., July 20. Bost., 1797. 4°. (B 650) 
See also, above. The hasty pudding. 

— LORING, J. 8. {In his Hundred Boston orators. 1852.) 
Paine, Robert Treat, Jr. Latitudes and longitudes of sev- 
eral places in the U. 8. — Table of the longitude 
and altitude of the nonagesimal degree 42° 23' 28" 
N. for every minute of the right ascension of the 
meridian latitude of Boston. {In Amer. Acad. 
Mem., n.s., v. 1. 1833.) 

— and Borden, S. Tables of bearings, distances, etc. 

See Mass. Secretary of State. 
Paine, Robert Troup. Paine, M., and Mrs. M. A. 

W. Memoir. N. Y., 1852. 4°. 
Paine, Sumner. Paine, 3/r«. F. C. (/« Higginson, T. W. 

Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 
Paine, Thomas, d. 1757. The pastoral charge; sermon, 

Weymouth. Aug. 19, 1719, at his ordin. Boston, 

1720. 8°. (C21) 
Paine, Thomas, b. 1737, d. 1809. Age of reason, 

The ; an investigation of true and of fabulous theol- 
ogy. Boston, 1794. 8°. (B 159) 

— Same. N. Y., 1794. 12°. (B613) 

— iSnme in 2 pts. Wilmington, 1832. 8°. (B1717) 

— Same. Pt. 2d. n.p.,17Si6. 8°. (B197) 

— Same. Paris, n.rf. 8°. (B1699) 

— Agrarian justice, opposed to Agrarian law. Phila., 

[17—1. 8°. (B354) 

— American crisis. No. v.; addr. to Sir W.Howe. Lan- 

caster, New Haven, 1778. 12°. (C 65) 

— Common sense addr. to the inh.ibitants of America. 

2d ed. Phila., 1776. 8°. (B 361, 990. 2502, W 23) 
Contents. Origin and design of government, with 
concise remarks on the English constitution. — Monarchy 
and hereditary succession, — Thoughts on the present 
state of American affairs. — Of the present ability of 
America, with some miscel. reflections. — Large addi- 
tions. The American patriot's prayer. — American 
independency defended, by Candidus. — The propriety 
of independency, by Demophilus. — A review of the 
Amer. contest, with some strictures on the King's speech; 
addr. to all parents in the thirteen united colonies, by a 
friend to posterity and mankind. — Letter to Ld. Dart- 
mouth, by an English American. — Observations on Ld. 
North's conciliatory plan, by Sincerus. — Appendix. 
Necessity of independency. — Address to the people 
called Quakers, on their testimony cone, kings and gov- 
ernments, and the present commotions in America. — 

Note. 'Large additions' has a separate title-page. 

— Same. [With] A dialogue between the ghost of Gen. 

Montgomery, just arrived from the Elysian fields, 
and an Amer. delegate in a wood near Phila. 
Phila., 1776. 8°. (B 675) 




Kote. 3d ed. of 'Common sense.' 'A dialogue' 
has separate title-page and pagination. 
Same. New ed. Pliila., repr. Xewburyport, [17 — ]. 
8». (B 133) 

A'ote. This and the following four are without 
'Large additions'. 
Same. Phila., repr. London, 1776. 8°. (B 347, 348) 
Same. London, 1791. 8°. 
Same. London, 1792. 8". (B 600) 
Same. London, 1817. 8". (B 1657) 
Same. Large additions owiy. Phi I a., 1776. 8". (B703) 
Decline and fall of the £ng. system of fluance. 12tb 

ed. Paris, 1796. 8". (B 667, 754, 1850) 
Same. Phila., 1796. 8». (8 1750,2507) 
Same. N. Y., 1796. 8°. (C 46) 

French. Decadence et chute du systeme de finances 
de I'Angleterre ; tr. par F. Lanthenas. Paris, 
[17—]. 8°. (B 808) 
Dissertation on the first principles of government; 
[with his speech in Convention, July 7, 1795]. 
Paris, 3d year, [1795]. 8". (B 1760) 
Same. Pbila., 1795. 8". (B 1850) 
Same, without the speech. Paris, [1795]. 8". (B 356) 
French. Dissertation sur les premiers principes de 
gouvernement. Paris, an ill [1795]. 8". (B 1892) 

■ Examination of passages in the New Testament, 

quoted from the Old, [upon] Christ; [with] an 
Essay on dream, [and] private thoughts of a future 
state, and remarks on Jilatthew and Mark. X. Y., 
[18-]. 8°. (IS 209) 

• Jests; being a col. of patriotick bon mots, etc., on po- 

litical subjects. London, 1793. 12°. (D 55) 

■ Same. [Another ed.] ra.^.p. [1793.] 12". (C 155) 

• Large additions to Common sense. See (p. 2208-9) 

Common sense. 
' Letter addressed to the addressers, on the late procla- 
mation. Phila., 1793. 8°. (B 423) 

- Same. London, 1792. 8°. (B 600) 

- Letter to Abbe Raynal on the affairs of N". Amer. 

Phila., 1782. 8°. (B 592, 2503, W 23) 

• Same. London, reprinted 1782. 8°. (B 637) 

- Same. London, 1793. 8°. (B 600, C 321) 

- Letter to G. Washington on affairs public and private. 

Phila., 1796. 8°. (B 356, 641, W 60) 

- Letter to the people of France, on the event of the 18th 

fructidor, Sept. 4. Paris, 1797. 8°. (B 716) 
Same. S. Y., reprinted 1798. 8°. (B 776) 

• Letters on government. [London, 1792.] 8". (B 600) 

- Opinion concernant le jugement de Louis XIV. Paris, 

1792. 8". (B 1014) 

- Political works. London, 1844. 12°. 

- Prospects on the Rubicon; investigation into the 

causes and consequences of politics to be agitated at 
the meeting of Pari. Dublin, 1788. 8°. (B 751) 

- Public good; an examination into the claim of Va. to 

the vacant western territory, and the right of the 
U. 8. to the same; [with] proposals for laying out a 
new state. Phila., 1780. 8". (B 702, W 21) 

- Rights of man ; answer to Mr. Burke's attack 

on the French Revolution. London, 1791. 

- Same. Dublin, 1791. 8". (B 1858) 

- Same. 6th ed. London, 1791. 8". 

- Same, n.t.p. [Boston, 1791 ?] 8°. (B 1693) 

- Same. 3d ed. Boston, 1791. 8". (B 631, 2507) 

- Same. Parts 1, 2. Loudon, 1792. (B 600) 

- Same. Part 2. London, repr. Boston, 1792. 8° fB 

626,2507) ^ 

- Speech in the [French] Convention, July 7, 1795. n.n. . 

[1795]. 8». (B 356) ^ 

- Theological works ; with profession of faith of 

a Savoyard vicar, by J. J. Rousseau, Bos- 
ton, 1840. 12°. 

Contents. Introduction. — The age of reason. A 

letter; au answer to a friend on the publication of the 
The age of reason. — Letter to T. Erskine on the prose- 
cution ot T. Williams for publishing The age of reason. 
— Discourse to the Society of Theophilanthropists. — 
Letter to O. Jordan. — Examination of tire passages in 
the Kew Testament quoted from the Old, and called 
prophecies of the coming of Christ. — Appendix : con- 
tradictory doctrines in the New Testament between 
Matthew and Mark. — My private thoughts on a future 
state. — Extract from a reply to the Bp. of Llandaff. — 
Origin of free-masonry. — Letter to S. Adams. —Extract 
from a letter to A. A. Dean. — Miscellaneous pieces. — 
Rousseau, J. J. Profession of faith of a Savoyard vicar, 
extracted from Emilius; or, A treatise of education; — 

Letter to his bookseller at the Hague. — Taylor, . 

Religious dogmas ; their origin and consequences. 

— Writings. Albany, 1794. 8°. 

Contents. Common sense. — The crisis. — Public 
good. — Letter to Ii;iynal. — Letter to Earl Shelborne. 

— Letter to Sir O. Carlton. — Letter to the authors of 
the liepublican. — Letter to Syeyes. — Rights of man. 

— Letter to Mr. Dundass. 

— Adams, J. Q. Answer to P.'s 'Rights of man' [in 7 

letters reprinted from the Columbian sentinel]. 
London, 1793. 8". (B 596) 

— — Same, entitled Observations on Paine's 'Righta of 

man'; [in eight letters]. Edin., [179-]. 8°. (B 575) 

— Adolphus, .J. (In his Biog. mem., v. 2. 1799.) 

— Answer to P.'s 'Rights of man'; addr. to the people 

of Gr. Britain, n.t.p. [17— .] 8"'. (B 1850) 

— Belknap, J. Dissertations, on the character, 

death, etc., of Christ, and the evidence of his 
gospel ; with remarks on some sentiments in 
the 'Age of reason'. Boston, 1795. 12°. 
Another copy. (B 159) 

— BouDixoT, E. Age of reason shewn to be aa 

age of infidelity. Phila., 1801. 8°. 

— Candidus, pseud. Plain truth : cont. remarks on 

'Common seuse'. 2d ed. Phila., 1776. 8°. (B 347, 

— Carhle, R. Life of P., with a list of his works. 

London. 1820. 8°. (B 1657) 

— Cheetham, J. Life of P. X. Y., 1809. 8° 

— COBBETT, Wm. Letter to P. In answer to his letter to 

Washington. London, 1797. 8". (B 984) 
Life of P. Phila., 1797. 8°. (B 667) 

— Drew, S. Remarks on the first part of P.'s 

'Age of reason'. 2d ed. New York, 
1831. 12°. 

— Erskine, T. Speeches on the trial, the king vs. T. 

Williams, for publishing the 'Age of reason' by P. 
Phila., 1797. 8°. (B 631) 
Same. 2d ed. London. [1797]. 8» (0 253) 

— Five minutes answer to P.'s letter to Washing- 

ton. London, 1797. 8°. 

— Another copy. (B 343) 

— GiFFORD, J. Plain address to the common sense of 

Eng., with P.'s Life and writings. London, 1792. 8°. 
(B 1523) 

— Impartial sketch of the life of P. London, 1792. 8". 


— Kennedy, P. Answer to P.'s Letter to Washington . 

London, 1797. 8°. (B 525) 

Same. 3d ed. London, 1797. 8». (B 619) 

Same. Phila.,- 1798. 8°. (W60) 

— Levi, D. Defence of the Old Testament; let- 

ters addressed to P. Phila., 1798. 12°. 

— Makenzie. H. Answer to P.'s 'Rights of man'. 

Phila., 1796. 8°. (B 631) 

— MuiR, J. Examination of principles contained 

in 'Age of reason'. Bait., 1795. 12°. 

— Ogdex, U. Antidote to deism ; refutation of 

the objections of P. against the Chr. religion. 
Newark, 1795. 2 v. 16°. 

— Oldys, F. Life of P. ; with defence of his writings. 

London, 1791. 8°. (B 745) 
Same. Boston, 1796. 8". (B 762) 

— Perniciods principles of P. exposed; an addr. to la- 

bourers and mechanics, by a gentleman. 3d ed. 
London. [179-]. 8°. (D 55) 

— Priestley. J. Answer to P.'s 'Age of reason'; a 

contin. of letters to philosophers, etc., of France on 
religion. London. 1795. 8°. (B 400) 

Continuation of the letters to the philosophers and 

politicians of France, on religion, and letters in 
answer to P.'s 'Age of reason'. Northumberland, 
1795. 8". (B 159, 236) 

— Reply to the false reasoning in the 'Age of reason'; 

with thoughts on idolatry, e<c. Phila., 1796. 12°. (C 
224, W 69) 

— ScoTT, T. Answer to P.'s 'Age of reason'. (/« his 

Treatises, v. 1. 1815.) 

— Stilwell. S. Guide to reason; or. Examination of 

P.'s 'Age of reason'. N. Y., 1794. 12°. (C 65) 

— Thomson, R. Divine authority of the Bible ; 

a refutation of the 'Age of reason'. Boston, 
1807. 12°. 

— Trial of P. for libel, Dec. 18, 1792. Boston, 1793. 8». 

(B 667, 2509, 76) 
True interest of America impartially stated; stric- 
tures on 'Common seuse'. Phila., 1776. 8°. (B 362) 




— Same. 2cl ed. Phila., 1776. 8°. (B 703, 990) 

— True merits of 'Common sense'; by a member of the 

Continental Congress. London, 1776. 8°. (B 381, 615) 

— Tytler, J. P.'s 2d part of the 'Age of reason' 

answered. Salem, 1796. 8". 

— Wakefif.i,d, G. Examination of P.'s 'Age of rea- 

son', etc. London, 1794. 8°. (B 154) 
Same. Boston, 1794. 12°. (B 159) 

— Williams, T. The age of infidelity ; in an- 

swer to 'Age of reason'. Boston, 1794. 12°. (B 159, 

Same. Part 2 in answer to 2d part of the 

'Age of reason'. London, 1796. 8°. 

— WiLMER, J. J. Consolation ; a replication to P., and 

others, on theologies. Phila., 1794. 8°. (W 33) 

— Winchester, E. Letters in answer to the 

'Age of reason'. Boston, 1794. 12°. 

Same. 2d ed. N. Y.. 1795. 12°. (W 44) 

Paine, Thomas, afterwards Robert Treat, b. 1773. See 

Paine, K.'r.,Jr. 
Paine, Wm. Address, 1815. Worcester, 1815. 8°. (B 939) 
Painter, Wm. Gilettaof Narbona. — Rhomeo and Julietta. 

(/« Collier, J. P. Shakespeare's lib., v. 2. 1841.) 
Painter of Ghent, The; by D. Jerrold. (In Ms Writings, 

V. 8. 1854.) 

Painter-engravers. Andresen, A. Die deutschen 
Maler-Radirer, peintres-graveurs, des 19n 
Jahrhunderts, nach ihren Leben und Werken. 
Lpz., 1866-70. 4 v. 8°. 

— and Weigel, R. Der deutsche Peintre-Graveur 

oder die deutschen Malcr als Kupferstecher 
nach ihrem Leben und ihren Werken, des 
16.-18. Jahrh. Lpz., 1864-74. 4 v. 8". 

— Bartsch, a. Le peintre graveur. Vienna, 

1803. 3v. 8° ojtd Planches obi. P. 

— Heller, J. ZusUtze zu A. Bartsch's 'Le 

peintre graveur'. Niirnb., 1854. 16°. 

— RoBERT-DuMESNiL, A. P. F. Le peintre- 

graveur franc. ; catal. raisonne des estampes 
par les peintres de I'ecole frang. Paris, 1835- 
68. 10 V. 8°. 

Supplement; parG.Duplessis. Paris, 1871. 8°. 

Painters. Beckford, W. Biog. memoirs of ex- 
traordinary painters. New ed. London, 
1834. 12°. 

— Blanc, A. A. P. C. Histoire des peintres de 

toutes les ecoles. Paris, 1862-70. 10 v. 4°. 

— Carpenter, W. H. "Various papers rel. to artists 

who were contemporaries of Van Dyck. (In his 
mem. of Van Dyck. 1844.) 

— Descamps, J. B., and Argenville, A. J. D. d'. 

Vie des peintres. Marseilles, 1842-43. 5 v. 8° 

— Duchesne, J. Museo di pittura e scultura : 

notizie biog. degli artisti. Firenze, 1839. 12°. 

— Hamerton, P. G. Contemporary French paint- 

ers. London, 1868. 4°. 

— Lachaise, C. Manuel de I'amateur de tab- 

leaux; appreciations sur 1,200 artistes. 
Paris, 1866. 12°. 

— Lee, H. F. Historical sketches of old paint- 

ers. Boston, 1838. 12°. 

— Piles, R. de. Abrege de la vie des peintres. 

Nouv. ed. augm. Amst., etc., 1767. 12°. 

— Reynolds, Sir J. Chronol. list of painters [with 

their masters], from the revival of the art. (Jn his 
Works, V. 3. 1801.) 

— RusKiN, J. Modem painters. London, 1846- 

60. 6v. 8°. 

Same. VoL 1-2. N. ¥., 1854. 2 v. 12°. 

Same. N. ¥., 1855-60. 5 v. 12". 

— Taillason, J. J. Observations sur quelques 

grand peintres. Paris, 1807. 8° 


— Brulliot, F. Dictionnaire des monogrammes, 

etc. Nouv. ed. Munich, 1832-34. 3 v. 4°. 

— Bryan, M. Dictionarj' of painters and en- 

gravers. London, 1816. 2 v. 4°. 

— HoniiEs, J. R. The picture collector's manual ; 

a dictionary of painters. Lond., 1849. 2 v. 8°. 

— Ottley, H. Biographical and critical diction- 

ary of recent and living painters and engrav- 
ers. London, 1866. 8°. 

— PiLKiNGTON, M. Dictionary of painters. New 

ed. with add. by H. Fuseli. Lbnd., 1805. 4°. 

— Seguier, F. p. Critical and commercial dic- 

tionary of painters; 8850 sale notes. Lon- 
don, 1870. 8°. 

— SiRET, A. Dictionnaire historique des peintres. 

Paris, 1866. 8°. 

— Spooner, S. Biographical and critical diet, of 

painters, engravers. c<c., from anc. to modern 
times. N. Y., 1853. 8°. 

There are in the Library biographies of the following 
painters : Allston, W. ;— Angelico, Fra ; — Bacon, J. ; — 
Buonarotti, Michael Angelo ; — Collins, W. ; — Duerer, 
A. ; — Dyck, A. van ; — Etty, W. ; — Gainsborough, T. ; 

— Giotto ; — Gros, A. J. ; — Haydon, B. R. ; — Hogarth, 
W. ; — Holbein, H. ; — Ingres, J. A . D. ; — Leslie, C. R. ; 

— PouBsin, N. ; — Raffaello ; —Rembrandt, P. : —Rey- 
nolds, Sir 3.; — Rosa, Salvator; — Rubens, P. P.; — 
Scheffer, Ary ; — Shee, Sir M. A. ; — Stothard, T. ; — 
Turner, J. M. W. ; — Vanloos, The; — Veronese, P.; — 
Vinci, L. da ; — Watteau, A. ; — West, B. 

See aUo Painter-engravers ; — Painting : Catalogues 
(the catalogues of some collections, the National Gal- 
lery for instance, contain notices of the painters) ; — 
alHO Arts, Fine. 

See also the heading Art. wnCter the various cities and 
countries, especially, Athens (p. 163); — England (pp. 
890-91) ; — Flanders (p. 994) ; — France (p. 1033) ; — 
Germany (p. 1132); —Gr. Brit. (p. 1225); — Greece (p. 
1259); - Italy (pp. 1240, 41); - New England 
(^jof/ro/j/i?/. p. 2103) ; — Spain; — Rome; — United 
States ; — Venice. 

Painters in Water Colors. See Society of Painters in 
Water Colors. 

Painting. General and miscel. works, JEsthetics. 

— Borghini, R. II riposo. Milano, See. de" 

Class. Ital., 1807. 3 v. 8°. 

— Du Bos. J. B. Critical reflections on poetry, 

painting, and music, etc., tr. by T. Nugent. 
London, 1748. 3 v. 8°. 

— FrsELi, H. Lectures on P. London, 1801. 4° 

— Hammerton, p. G. Thoughts about art. Bos- 

ton, 1871. 8°. 

— James, J. T. — Lindsay. J. (In Smedley, E., and 

others. Encyc. metrop., v. 5. 1845.) 

— Le Mierre, a. M. Le peinture; poeme. (In his 

(Euvres, v. 3. 1810.) 

— Lessing, G. E. Laokoon oder ilber die Grenzen der 

Malerey und Poesie. (In fiis Sammt. Schrift., v. 9. 

— Pechei'X, L. Discours sur I'harmonie en peinture. 

(7« Turin. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 13. 1803.) — Du 
gout en peinture, de son application, et de see va- 
rietes. (In v. 15. 1805.) 

— Sutter, D. Philosophic des beaux-arts ap- 

pliquee k la peinture. Paris, 1858. 8°. 

— VossiLS, G. J. De graphice. (7n his De quatuor ar- 

tibus popularibus, v. 3. 1660.) 

— Webb, D. Inquiry into the beauties of paint- 

ing. 4th ed. London, 1777. 16°. 

— WoRNUM, R. N., and others. Lectures on 

painting. London, Bohn, 1848. 8°. 

— Lessing, G. E. Vom Alter der Oelmalerei. (In his 

Siimmt. Schrift., v. 8. 1822; v. 12. 1808.) 

— niRT, A. Die Mahlerey bey den Alten. (/« Berlin. 

Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 1798-1803.) — Les differentes 
methodes de peindre chez les anciens. (/n 1799- 
1800.) — Sur la peinture des anciens, [-B.C.400]. (In 
1801-02.) — A quel point les anciens ont-ils possede 
Part de la peinture ? — Remarques sur leg couleurs 
dont les anciens se servoient pour peindre, et sur 
quelques passages de Pline, rel. A la peinture des 
anciens. (In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 1802.) 




■ FnsEU, H. See, acove. General works. 

■ Cooper, T. Observations on the art of painting 

amons the ancients. {In Lit. and Philoe. Soc. of 
Manchester. Mem., v. 3. 17900 

■ ViARDOT, L. Les merveilles de la peinture, 

[jusqu'k 1868]. le ser. Paris, 1868. 16°. 
(Bibl. des merv.) 

- WoBxvM, R. N. Epochs of painting char- 

acterized ; sketch of the history of painting, 
[to 1847]. London, 1847. 12°. 

- Dodge, P. Painting, its rise and progress, [to 

1846]. Boston, 1846. 12°. 

- Hatdon, B. R., and Hazlitt, W. Painting and 

the fine arts, [to 1838] ; articles contributed 
to the 7th ed. of the Encycl. Brit, Edin., 
1838. 12°. 

- Phillips, T. [To 1833.] See Theory. 

- ScHLF.Gix. A. "W. Histoire de la peinture. [to 1830]. 

(/« his Lemons snr I'hist. des beaux arts. 1830.) 

- Memes, J. S. Hist, of sculpture, painting, etc., 

[to 1829]. Edin., 1829. 18° (Constable's 
miscel., v. 39.) 

- FioBiLLO, J. D. Geschichte der zeichnenden 

Kiinste, [bis 1808]. Gott., 1798-1808. 5 v. 8°. 

- BoRGHlsi, K. [To 1807.] See Gen. and Miscel. tcorks. 

- Eastlake, C. L. Materials for a history of oil 

painting, [to 1792]. Lond., 1847-69. 2 v. 8°. 
Kote. Professes to point out some of the causes of 
that durability for which the earlier examples of art 
are remarkable. — Preface. 

- Piles, R. de. Art of painting; with lives of 

painters, e<c., [to about 1650]. 3d ed. Lon- 
don, [1752]. 8°. 

- "VVaagen, G. F. Handbook of painting, Ger- 

man, Flemish, and Dutch schools, [800- 
1800]. London, 1860. 8° 
Emeric-David. T. B, Histoire de la peinture 
aux Moven Age. Paris. 1863. 16°. 

- Tyrwhitt.'r. St. J. [1276-1493.] See Theory. 

- Egerton, F. Painting of the 14th cent. ( Jn his Es- 

says. 1858.) 

- CROZE-Magjjan, 8. C. Disc, historiques sur la pein- 

ture, etc., [1500-1700]. (/n RobUlard Peronvttle, 
and Laurent, P. Musee fran^ais, v. 1, 2. 1803-05.) 
See also Arts, Fine: Hist. 

Theory and practice. 

- Mapp^ clavicula; a treatise on various processes of 

the decorative arts practised during the Middle 
Ages. [12th cent.] (In Archaologia, v. 32. 1847.) 

- DcFKESNOY, C. A. Art of painting, [1656] ; tr. into 

English verse by W. Mason; [with a life], (/n 
Reynolds, Sir J. Works, v. 3. 1801; — and in 
Mason, W. Works, v. 3. 1811.) 
--Same. Tr. byDryden. {/n Dryden. Works, v. 17. 

- r^LiBiEN, A. Principes de peinture; avec nn dlc- 

tionnaire des termes. [1674.] (/n his Princ. de 
I'archit. 1690.) 

- Alberti,L. B. Painting. (/n*!« Architecture. 1755.) 

- Sermon on painting. {In Walpole, H. .^Edes Wal- 

polianse. 1767.) 

- Reynolds, Sir J. Works ; [with Du Fres- 

noy's Art of painting, in Lat. and Eng.]. 
[1778.] 3d ed. corr. London, 1801. 3 v. 8°. 

- Laikesse, G. Le grand livre des peintres, ou 

L'art de la peinture ; tr. sur la 2e ed. [par H. 
Jansen]. Paris, 1787. 2 v. 4°. 

- Mengs, a. R. Opere ; pub. da G. N. d'Azara, 

cor. da C. Fea. Roma, 1787. 4°. 
Richardson, J, Works on painting. London, 
1792. 4°. 

- Bell, C. Anatomy of expression in painting. 

London, 1806. 4'°. 

- Opie, J. Lectures on painting ; ed. with mem. 

by A. Opie. London, 1809. 4°. 

- DoL'Gall, J. {In his Modern preceptor, v. 2. 1810.) 

- HiRT, A. Ueber den Canon in der bildenden Eunst. 

{In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiaa. Abh., 1814-15.) 

— Phillips, T. Lectures on the history and 

principles of painting. London, 1833. 8°. 

— Burnet, J. Treatise on painting. London, 

1834r-37. 4°. 

— LoMAZzo, G. p. Trattato di pittura, scultura, 

ed architettura. Roma, 1844. 3 t. 8°. 

— Haydon, B. R. Lectures on painting and de- 

sign. London, 1844-46. 2 v. 8°. 

— Alberti, L. B. Delia pittura. {In his Opere volg., 

v. 4. 1847.) 

— Handbook of young artists and amateurs in 

oil-painting ; by an Amer. artist. X. Y., 
1848. 12° 

— Leslie, C. R. Handbook for young painters. 

London, 1855. 12°. 

— StTTTER, D. 1858. See Gen. and miscel. works (p. 


— GuLLiCK, T. J., and Timbs, J. Painting popu- 

larly explained, London, 1859. 12°. 

— Blanc, A. A. P. C. {In his Grammaire des arts da 

dessin. 1867.) 

— CouTiBE, T. Methode et entretiens d' atelier. 

Paris, 1867. 18°. 

— Ty^rwhitt, R. St. J. Handbook of pictorial 

art; with perspective bv A. Macdonald. Ox- 
ford, 1868. 8°. 
^S"*^ also History (p. 2210, 11) ;— Eastlake, C. L. -.— also 
Anatomy for artists ; — Architecture ; — Arts, Fine ; 

— Badigeon ; — Color ; — Decoration ; — Drawing ; — 
Encaustic ; — Etching ; — Flower painting ; — Glass 
painting ; — Miniature painting; — Mural painting ; 

— Pastel ; — Perspective ; — Polychrome ; — Pre- 
Raphaelitism ; — Water colors. 


— Baldinccci, F. Vocabulario toscano dell' arte del 

disegno. (Vol. 2. 4 of his Opere. 1809-11.) 

— F£libien, a. Diet. See Theory and practice. 

— Watelet, C. H., and LEVEsarE, P. C. Diet. 

de peinture, etc. Paris, 1792. 5 v. 8°. 
See also the references under Painters. 

Painting (mechanical, materials) . RiFFAtLx, J. R. 
D. Peintre en batiments. Paris, 1859. 1 5°. 

— Brard, C. p. {In his Mineralogie appUqn^e anx arts, 

V. 2. 1821.) 

— Sebastian, Infante of Spain. Des hniles et des ver- 

nis employes pour la peinture. {In Gazette des 

beaux-arts, v. 15. 1863.) 
See also Varnish. 
Painting, its rise and progress; [bv P. Dodge]. 

Boston, 1846. 12°. 
Painting ; a poem ; with biog. notes. London, 

1792. 8°. 

Paintings. Catalogues and accounts of collections. 

— Bl.\ke, T. W. J. A long vacation in conti- 

nental picture galleries ; [notes on the best 
pictures]. London, 1858. 16°. 

— Ccnningham. J. L. Catalogue of 120 oil paintings by 

old masters of the Flemish, Dutch, and German 
schools, to be sold Nov. 28. [Boston, 1837.] 8°. (B 

— Defer, P. F. Catalogue des ventes publiques 

de tableaux et estampes, depuis 1737. le 
partie: Estampes. Paris, 1865-68. 2 v. 8" 

Same. 2e partie: Tableaux. Paris, 1865-68. 

2 V. 8°. 

— FovLis, R. Catalogue of pictures by the most 

admired masters, [with] description. Lon- 
don, 1776. 3 V, 16°. 

— Necmayb von Ramssla. J. W. Pictures and other 

works of art in the royal palaces. {In Rye, W. B. 
England as seen by foreigners. 1865.) 
See aho Barry, .J. ; — Brett, J. W. ; — Denon, D. V. ; 

— Fraser, C. ; — Harding, C. ; — Mariamas, Marq. de 
las; — Paigjnon-Dijonville ; —Reynolds, Sir J.; — 
Schendel, P. van ; — Stanislas ii, A. P., £inff of Po- 
land; — Walpole, H.; — 




also the names of the various galleries, exhibitions, 
museums, etc., as Amsterdam. Musee du Royaume 
des Paya-Bas ; — Berlin. Koenigliche Museum ; — 
Bologna. Pontif. Acad, di Belle Artl ; — Boston 
Athenaeum. Gallery; — Cambridge University; — 
Dresden. Koenigl. Gemselde Gallerie; — Florence. 
Accademia delle Belle Arti ; — Florence. Gal- 
eria Imperiale; — Hague, The. Musee Royal; — 
Houghton Hall; — Leuchtenberg, E., Herzog von; 

— Madrid. Real Armeria ; — Madrid. Real Museo 
de Pintura ; — Munich. Glyptothek ; — Munich. 
Pinacothek; — Naples. Real Museo Borbonico; — 
National Gallery, London; — New York Hist. Soc. ; 

— Nimes. Mu86e; — Oxford University; — Paris. 
Academie des Beaux Arts ; — Rome. Calcografia 
Camerale ; — Rome. Campidoglio; — Royal Academy ; 

— Saint Petersburg. Musee Imp6rial de I'Ermitage ; 

— South Kensington Museum ; — Stafford Gallery ; 

— Vatican ; — Vernon Gallery ; — Vienna. K. K. 
Gemaelde Gall. ; — Westminster Palace ; —Yale Coll.; 

— also Paris. Galleries, Museums, etc. 

Collections of engravings after paintings. 

— Choix de tableaux et statues des plus celebres 

musees et cabinets etrangers, par une societe 
d'aitistes et d'amateurs. Paris, 1819-21. 
3 V. 8°. 

— Duchesne, J. Museo di pittura e scultura. 

Firenze, 1838-45. 16 v. 12°. 

— GuATTANi, G. A. La pittura comparata nelle 

opere di tutte le scuole ; con incis. da S. 
Morelli. Roma, 1816. 4°. 

— Historic gallery of portraits and paintings ; 

graphic imitations of the finest specimens of 
the arts. London, 1807-11. 7 v. 8". 

— Jarves, J. J., and others. Letters relative to a 

collection of pictures made by him. Camb., 
1859. 8°. 

— Lebrun, J. B, P. Galerie des peintures fla- 

mands, hollandois, et allemands, avec un 
texte expl. et notes sur la vie de plusieurs 
peintres. Paris, 1792-96, 3 v. i". 

— Piranesi, G. B. Schola Italica picturse sive 

selecta; qusedara summorum e scola Italica 
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Paris, 1836. 4°. 

The Library possesses engravings from the works of 

the following painters : Allaton, W. ;— Angelico, Fra ; — 

Buonarotti, Michel Angelo ; — Delaroche, H. ; — Duerer, 

A.; — Dyck, A. van; — Ghirlandaio, D.; — Giotto; 

— Gros, A.J.; — Hogarth, W. ; — Holbein, H. ; — In- 

fres, J. A. D. ; — Poussin, N. ; — Raffaello ; — Rem- 
randt. P.; — Reynolds, Sir 3.; — Rosa, Salvator; — 
Rubens, P. P. ; — Sanzio, Giovanni ; — Turner, J. M. 
W. ; — Veronese, P. ; — Vinci, L. da ; — Watteau, A. ; 

— West, B. ; — also engravings contained in various 
'Galleries', etc. 

See alHo the division Art under various countries 
espec. Bologna ; — England ; — Flanders ; — France ; 

— Great Britain ; — Greece ; — Italy ; — Naples ; — 
Netherlands; — Paris. Galleries and Museums; — 
Spain ; — United States ; — Venice ; — also Arts, Fine ; 

— Galleries ; — Museums ; — Painting ; — Prints ; — 
Soc. of Painters in Water colors ; — Water colors. 

Paiaios. Tvufiru yitcKul Kal Tvo'kiTLKai. 'KveriipLV, 

1778. 4°. 
Paisley. Ferriek, W. Account of Sabbath schools in P. 

{In his Two disc. 1798. B 1857) 
Pais du menage, La ; par H. de Balzac. Paris, 

1865. 16°. (CEuvres compl., v. 34.) 
Fajon, Louis Elie. Briefe. {In Varnhagen von Ense, C. A. 

Aus dem Nachlass, v. 2. 1867.) 
Fakington, Sir John Somerset. Education. {In Nat. 

Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans.. 1857.) 

— Ritchie, J. E. {In his Brit, senators. 1869.) 
Falaa, G. Engins et appareils des grands travaux publics. 

{In Lacroix, E. Etudes sur I'exposition, 1867. 

2e ser.) 
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por el ano 1576. (Vol. 1 of Squier, E. G. Col. of 

doc. 1860.) 

Palacky, Frantisek. Geschichte von Bohmen. 

Prag, 1844-60. 4 v. in 8 pts. 8° 

Contents. Vol. 1. Bis 1199. 2, Ir Th. 1197-1306. 2, 

2r Th. 1:306-78. 3, Ir Th. 1378-1419. 3, 2r Th. 1419-31. 

3, 3r Th. 1431-39. 4, Ir Th. Das Zeitalter Georgs von 

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— Urkundliche Beitriige zur Geschichte Bohmens und 

seiner Nachbarljinder im Zeitalter Georg's von Po- 
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— Feuillet de Conches, F. 8. Des documents Merits 

dans I'antiq. sacree, et d'abord de I'origine de I'ecri- 
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— List of abbreviations.] (/n Great Britain. Pari. 

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— Montfaucon, B. de. Paleographia Graeca 

sivede ortu et progressu literarum Graecarum. 
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— Wailly, J.N. de. Elements de paleographie. 

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— Wright, A. Court hand restored. 8th ed. 

London, 1867. 16°. 

See also Abbreviations ; — Alphabets ; — Illu- 
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Palaeologi, Emperors of the East. Pachymere-s, G. De 
Michaele et Andronioo Palseologis ; rec. I. Bekkerus. 
{In Niebuhr. Corpus script., v. 24, 25. 1835.) — 
Phrantza, G. Annales. {In v. 36. 1838.) 
Falaeologos, Gregorios. Death of Demosthenes; atragedy; 
tr. Camb., 1824. 12°. (C 280) 

Palaeontology. Scheuchzer, J. J. Herbarium 
diluvianum. Lugd. Bat., 1723, f. 

— Valisneri, a. De' corpi marini che su' monti 

si trovano. Venezia, 1728. 4°. 

— Edwards, G. Elements of fossilogy. London, 1776. 

8°. (B 738, 1919) 

— Parkinson, J, Organic remains of a former 

world, London, 1804. 2 v. 4°. 

— CcviER, G, L, C, F, D. Recherches sur les 

ossemens fossiles, [1812.] 3e ed. Paris, 
1825, 5 v, 4°, 

— Dudley, J. Letter relating to a fossil tooth. {In 

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— BucKLAND, Rev. W. Reliquiae diluvianae ; or- 

ganic remains attesting [a] deluge, [1822.] 
2d ed, London, 1824. 4° 

— Parkinson, J, Introd, to the study of fossil 

organic remains. London, 1822. 8°. 

— Ranking, J. Fossil remains of elephants and wild 

beasts. {In his Hist, researches on the Mongols 
and Romans. 1826.) 

— Owen, R. Fossil mammalia. {In Darwin, C. R. 

Zool. of the voy. of the Beagle, pt. 1. 1838.) 

— Miller, H. Foot-prints of the Creator ; or, 

the asterolepis of Stromness. [1850.] From 
3d London ed. Boston, 1853, 12° 

— Mantell, G,A. Petrifactions and their teach- 

ings, London, Bohn, 1851. 8°. 

— Murchison, Sir R. I, Siluria ; the history of 

the oldest fossiliferous rocks and their founda- 
tions ; with a brief sketch of the distribution 
of gold over the earth. London, 1854. 8°. 

— Owen. R. Geology and inhabitants of the ancient 

world. (In Crystal Palace Co. Palace. 1854.) 

— Murchison, R. I. Siluria ; the hist, of the 

oldest fossiliferous rocks, etc. 3ded,, [impr.]. 
London, 1859, 8° 

— Phillips, J, Life on the earth, its origin and 

succession, Camb,, 1860, 8°, 

— Owen, R, Palaeontology ; summary of extinct 

animals and their geological relations. Lon- 
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— Brosn, H. G. Distribution des corps organiees fos- 

siies dans les differents terrains sedimeniaires. — 
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— HoTER, J. Observations on P. {In fits Essays. 1861.) 

— HlXLEY, T. H. Principles and methods of palaeon- 

tology, (lit Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1869.) 
See also India ; — New York {State] : — New Zea- 
land ; — Ohio River ; — Pacific R. R. ; — Paris, Envi- 
rons ; — St. Lawrence Valley ; — Scotland ; — alw 
Botany ; — Conchology ; — Crinoidea ; — Elephants ; 

— Geology ; — Ichthyology ; — Man ; — Mastodons ; 

— Megatherium ; — Mollusca ; — Nenroptera ; — Red 
Sandstone ; — Reptiles ; — Vegetables ; — Zoophytes. 

Palafox y Mendoza, Juan de, Bp. L'lndien, ou portrait des 
Indiens [mexicains]. {In Thevenot, M. Rel. de 
divers voy., v. 2. 1696.) 

— Juicio interior y secreto de la raonarquia para mi 

solo. {In Valladares, A. Seman. erud., t. 6. 

Palagio, Guido dal. Canzone. {In Tracchi, F. Poesie 
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Palairet, Jean. Concise description of the English and 
French possessions in N. America. 2d ed. Lou- 
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Palais di Scaurns. See Mazois, C. F. 

Palais du silence, Le ; [par P. A. de 8.-F. chev. d'Arc]. {In 
Bibl. univ. des ronians, Nouv., v. 49. 1801.) 

Palate. Warren, J. M. Fissure of the soft and 
hard palate. From the Trans, of the Amer. 
Med. Assoc. Phila., 1865. 8°. 

Same, n.t.p. [^Boston, 1S48.] S°. (E 69. 70) 

Operation for tissure of the soft and hard palate, 

with the result of twenty-four cases. From the 
Amer. journ. of med.sci. Bost., 1848. 8°. (B 1564) 

Palatinate. Katechesis quae in eeclcsiis electoralis 
Palatinatus traditur, [Lat. et] a F. Sylburgio 
Graece con versa. Londini, [cir. 1600]. 12°. 

— Heidelberg catechism in German, Latin, and 

Eng. ; with an hist, in trod. ; publ. bv the di- 
rection of the German reformed Church in 
the U. S. Tercentenary ed. X. Y., 1863. 4°. 
Kote. Prepared by Z. Ursinus and C. Olevianus, under 

the direction of the elector Frederich iii., and accepted 

by a synod of the Palatinate. 

— Lampe, F. a. Melk der waarheit volgens aan- 

leydinge van den heidelbergschen Catechis- 
mus. Gravenhage, 1739. 12°. 

— Plety and bounty of the Q. of Gr. Brit, toward the 

support of' the distressed Protestant Palatines. 
London, 1709. f. (A 25) 

— Scot, T. Votivae Angliae; or. The desires of Eng. for 

the restoring of the P. Vtrecht, 1624. 4°. (D 52) 
Palatinate, Lower. Riehl, W. H. Die Pfalzer. 
Stuttg. u. Augsb., 1858. 8°. 

— Maps. Blaei;, W. Palatinatus ad Rhenum. [Amst., 

16—.] (E 78, no. 103a) 

VisscHER, J.N. Amst. Bat., [17—]. f. (E 64,no. 39) 

Palatinate, Upp«r. Visscheh, J. N. Map. Amst. Bat., 

[17—]. f°. (E64,no. 41.) 
Palatine, Prinietme. See Elizabeth-Charlotte, of Bavaria, 

duches»e d^Orleans. 
Palavicino, Ortensio F. Proposicion al rey Felipe iv, 1526. 

{In VaUadares, A. Seman. erud., v. 28. 1790.) 
Palayo; tragedia por 6. M. de Jovellanos. {In hia Obras, 

V. 1. 1858; V. 46 of Aribau. Bibl.) 
Palazzi (Lat. Palatius), Giovanni. Aquila, etc, 
Venetiis, 1671-79. 8 v. f°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Aquila inter lilia sub qua Franco- 
rum Caesarum fasta exarantur. 2. Aquila Saponica. 
3. Aquila Sancta sive Bavarica. 4. Aquila Franca. 
5. Aquila Sueva. 6. Aquila vaga, sub qua ex diversis 
nationibus et familiis imperatores exhibentur. 7-8. 
Aquila Austriaca. 

A'ote. Vol. 8 is entitled 'Monarchiae occidentalis torn, 
octavus', and the phrase occurs in other vols, in captions, 
etc., but in no other title. 
Palbitzki, Matthias. Leben, von ihm selbstbeschrieben. {In 

Schloezer, A. L. Schwed. Biog., v. 2. 1768.) 
Palcani, Luigi, C. Lettere. {In Raccolta di prose e let., 

V. 2. 1830.) 
Paleario, Aonio. Boxxet, J. Aonio Paleario ; 
etudesur la reforme en Italie. Paris. 1863. 12°. 

— NiCERON, J. P. {In Mb Mem., v. 16. 1731 ; and, Germ., 

V. 12. 1755.) 
Palenque. BRAssErE de BorRBoiRG, C. E. Mon- 
uments anc. du Mexique. Paris, 1866. 2 v. f». 

— Rio, a. del. Description of the ruins of an 

ancient city near Palenque. Lond., 1822.4° 

— 8tephe>8. J. L. {In hia Incidents of trav. in Cent. 

Amer.. V. 2. 1844.) 

— Warden, — . Descrip. des mines pres de Palenqn^ 

etc. {In Paris. Soc. de G6og. Rec. de voy., v. 2. 
Paleologo marc/iesi di J/on/errato, Famiglia di. {In Litta, 
P. Fam., V. 10.) 

Palermo, Francesco. I manoscritti palatini di Fi- 
renze. Firenze, 1853-68. 3 v. 4°. 

— Narr. e doc. sulla storia del regno di Niipoli, 1522- 

1667. {In Archivio stor. ital., v.'9. 1846.) — I\ sec- 

olo 18 nella vita di NiccoloFragianni. {In n.s.,v.l, 

pt. 1.) — Pie tro Collelta uomo di stato e scrittore. 

{In n.s., V. 3, pt. 1 : 4. pt. 2.) 
Palermo, Policarpo. De C. Plinii Secundi patria atque ea 

Verona, (/n Gravins. Thes. antiq.Ital.. v.9, pt. 8. 

Palermo. Baroxio, F, De Panormitana majes- 

tate. (/n Graevins, J. G. Thes. antiq. Sieil., v. 13. 


— IxvEGEs, A. Annali de Palermo. Palermo, 

1649-51. 3 V. f». 
"^ - Panormus antiqua. {In Grsevius, J. G. Thes. antiq. 
Sicil., V. 14. 1725.) 

— Valgtarnera, M. DeorigineetantiqnitatePanormi. 

{In Graevius, J. G. Thes. antiq. Sicil., v. 13. 1725.) 

— Map. Flobisi. M. Palermo. Siena, [16—]. (E 78, 

no. 227) 
Palermo. Accademia Palermitana di Scienze e 

Belle Lettere. Statuti. Palermo, 1832. 12°. 
Palermo. Duomo. Pirdo, R. Metropolitanae ecclesiae 

Panormit.inse notitia. {In Graevius, J. G. Thes. 

antiq. Sicil., v. 2. 1T23.) 
Palermo. Ma^gior Chiesa. Gregorio, R. di. Dei regali 

sepolcn nella Maggior Chiesa. {In his Discorsi 

intorno alia Sicilia, v. 2. 1821.) 
Palermo. Mansio SS. Trinitatis. Mongitore, A. Sacne 

domus militaris ordin is Thentonicorum nrbis Pan- 

ormi monumenta historica. (in GraevioB, J. G. 

Thes. antiq. Sicil.. v. 14. 1725.} 
Falermns, P. See Palermo, P. 
Paleske, Charles G. Observations on the application for a 

law to incorporate the Union Canal Co. n.t.p. 

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graphica. Lpz., 1867. 8°. 

— Beda Venerabilis. De locis Sanctis. {In his Hist. 

eccles. 1722.) 
Same, in Latin and English. {In his Opera, v. 4.) 

— BuEFiNCH, S. G. Palestine and the Hebrew 

people. Boston, 1852. 8°. 

— Elsneh,— . Surl'excellencedelaP. (7n Berlin. Ak. 

d. Wiss. Abh., v. 1. 1745; — and in Sirieys, A. 
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— Melanchthos, p. Explicatio locorum P. {In his 

Opera, v. 20. 1853.) 

— Mink, S. Description de la P. Paris, 1845: 

8°. (Univers.) 

— Neub.^^uer, a. La geographic du Talmud. 

Paris, 1868. 8°. 

— Bitter, C. Comparative geography of P. and 

the Sinaitic peninsula ; tr, by W. L. Gage. 
N.Y„ 1866. 4 V. 8°. 

— ScHw.vRTZ, J. Descriptive geog. and hist. 

sketch of P. Phila., 1850. 8°. 

— Thierry, A. S. D. St. Jerome et I'emigration 

romaine en Terre Sainte, [385-420]. Paris, 
1867. 2 V. 8°. (Recits de I'hist. romaine.) 

— Wright, T. Early travels in P., [700-1697]. 

London, Bohn, 1848. 8°. 

— Elgesippcs. De distnntiis locorum Terrse Sanctae, 

1040. (In Byzant. hist, scr., v. 23. 1733.) 

— Kerr, R., ed. Pilgrimages from England to the Holy 

Land, 1097-1107. {In his Collection of voy., v. 2. 




- VoyAGE of certaine EngliBhmen, under Lewis the 

French king, unto the Holy Land, 1147. (/« Hak- 
luyt, R. Col. of voy.. v. 2. 1810.) 

■ WiLBRANDCS ub Oldenborg . Itinerarium Terras 

Sanctae, [1211]. {In Byzant. hist, scr., v. 23. 1733.) 
Eeutrandon de la BuocauiERE. Travels to 
P. and return overland, 1432, 33; tr. by T. 
Johnes. Hafod [private'] press, 1807. 8". 

- Same. {In Wright, T. Early travels in P. 1848.) 
Pylgrymage of Sir R. Guylforde to the Holy 

Land, 1506 ; ed. bv Sir H. Ellis. London, 

1851. 4". (Camden Soc, v. 51.) 
Baumgarten, M. Travels in P., etc., 1507. {In 

Churchill, O. and J. Col. of voy., v. 1. 1744.) 
Sandys, G. Relation of a journey begun 
1610, London, 1615. f° 

- - Description of the Holy Land, [1610]. {In Harris, 

J. Col. of voy., V. 2. 1705.) 

■ Veryard, E. Descr. of the coasts of Palestine, etc., 

[1686]. {In his Account of divers remarks. 1701.) 

Maundrell, H. Journey from Aleppo to Jeru- 
salem, 1697 ; added, [a] journey to the Eu- 
phrates at Beer, and to Mesopotamia. Boston, 
1836. 18". 
• - Same. {In Harris, J. Col. of voy., v. 2. 1705; v. 2. 
1764; — Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., v. 10. 1811; — 
andin Wright, T. Early travels in Palestine. 1848.) 

Cassas, L. F. Voyage pittoresque de la Syrie, 
de la Palestine, etc., [1787-89]. Paris, 
[1799]. 2 v. f. 

Spilsbury, F. B. Picturesque scenery in the 
Holy Land and Syria, 1799-1800. Lon- 
don, 1803, f°. 

BuRCKHARDT, J. L. Travcls in Svria and the 
Holy Land, [1810-16]. London, 1822. 4°. 

THREEweeksinP. and Lebanon, [1831]. N. Y., 
Prot. Episc. S. S. Union, [183-]. 18°. 

Thomson, W. M. The land and the book ; or, 
Biblical views ; illust. from scenes in the Holy 
Land, [1832-57]. N.Y„ 1859. 2 v. 12° 

Paxton, J. D. Letters from P., 1836-38. 
London, 1839. 12°. 

Croly, G. The Holy Land, etc., from draw- 
ings made on the spot by D. Roberts ; with 
hist, descriptions, 1838-39. London, 1842- 
49. 3 v. f° 

FiSK, Rev. G. A pastor's memorial, 1842. 
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Grenville, G. N. T. [1843-44.] {In his Lands 
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RoMER, I. F. 1845-46. {In her Pilgrimage to Egypt, 
v. 2. 1846.) 

Margoliouth, M. Pilgrimage to the land of 
my fathers, [1847-48]. Lond., 1850, 2 v. 8°. 

Banvard, J. Descr. of [his] pilgrimage to 
Jerusalem, [1850. N. Y.,] 1853. 4°. 

Saulcy, F. de. Narrative of a journey round 
the Dead Sea, and in Bible lands in 1850- 
51 ; ed. by Count E. De Warren. London, 
1853. 2 V. 8°. 

Van DE, C. W. M. Journey in Syria 
and P., [1851-52]. London, 1854. 2 v. 8°. 

- Memoir to accompany the map of the Holy 

Land, [1851-52]. Gotha, 1858. 8". 
Hackett, H. B. Illustrations of Scripture 
suggested by a tour through the Holy Land, 

1852. Boston, 1855. 12". 

Smith, J.V.C. Pilgrimage to P., [1852]. Bos- 
ton, 1853. 12°. 

Taylor, B. Lands of the Saracen, [1852]. 
N. Y., 1855. 12°. 

Prime, W. C. Tent life in the Holy Land, 
[1856]. N. Y., 1857. 8°. 

Handbook for Syria and P. London, Murray, 
1858. 2 V. 12". 

— Newman, J. P. From Dan to Beersheba ; or. 

The land of promise as it now appears, 
[1861]. N. Y., 1864. 12". 

— Tristram, H. B. The land of Israel ; a jour- 

nal of travels in P., [1863-64]. London, 
1865. 8". 

Winter ride in P., [1863]. {In Galton, F. Vacation 

tourists. 1862-63.) 

— Dixon, W. H, The Holy Land, [1864]. Lon- 

don, 1865. 2 V. 8°. 

— Anderson. S. Survey of P.. [1865]. {In Morrison, 

W. Recovery of Jerusalem. 1871.) 

— Warren, W. W. Life on the Nile, and a tour 

in Syria and P., 1866-67. Paris, 1867. 16°. 

— Clemens, S. L. The Innocents abroad ; or. The 

new pilgrims' progress ; excursion to Europe 
and the Holy Land, [1867] ; by Mark Twain 
[pseud]. Hartford, Conn., 1870. 8°. 

— Freese, J. R. The old world; Palestine, etc., 

1867. Phila., 1869. 12°. 

— Map. Van de Velde, C. W. M. Map of the 

Holy Land. Gotha, 1858. f°. 

See also the travels in the Levant (pp. 1723-24) esp . 
Thompson. C, [1733] ; — Chateaubriand, F. A. de, 
1806; — Stanhope, Lady H., 1810; — Madox, J., 
1821 ; — Madden, R. R., 1824 ; — Germamb, M. J. de, 
1831; — Hardy, R. B., 1832; — Lamartine. A. de, 
1832 ; — Stephens, J. L.. 1835; — Lindsay, A. W. C, 
1836; — Olin. S., 1839; — Stewart, F. \V. R., 1841 ; 

— Hahn-Hahn, I. M. L. G., 1843; — Martineau, H., 
1846; — Bryant, W. C. 1852; — Kennard, A. 8., 
1854; — MACLEOD, N., 1864; — also Bethlehem; — 
Dead Sea ; — Jerusalem ; — Jordan ; — Syria ; — also 

— Bible : Geography (p. 272, 273) ; — Talmud. 


— Russell, M. Palestine, or the Holy Land, 

from the earliest period. N. Y., [1845]. 16°. 
(Vol. 27 of Harper's fam. lib.) 

— Bulfinch, S. G. History of Palestine. {In his Holy 

Land. 1834.) 

— Keary, a. The nations around. [London,] 

1870. 8°. 

— Bernardus Thesaurarius. De acquisitione Terras 

Sanctae, 1095-1230. {In Muratori. Rer. Ital. scr., 
V. 7. 172.5.) 

— Busk, i»/r«. W. [1125-1268.] (i« Acr Mediaeval popes, 

etc. 1854-56.) 

See also Dead Sea ; — Jerusalem ; — Jews ; — Leba- 
non, Mt. ; — Levant; — Olives, Mount of; — Samari- 
* tans ; — Syria ; — also Bible : Ilintory (p. 273) ; — Cru- 
sades ; — Theology. 

Natural history. 
See Bible. Natural history (p. 274). 

Palestine Exploration Fund. Quarterly statement. 
Vol. 1, no. 1-7. London, [1869-70]. 8°. 

— Reporls.] n.t.p. [Lond., 1866-68.] 2 v. 8°. 
Palestinensis, pseud. See Smith, E. 

Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi, called da Sanotua. {In 

Dwight, J. S. Journal of music. 1860.) 
Palestrina, Italy. Suarez, G. M. Praenestes antiquae libri 

II. {hi GrsBvius. Thes. antiq. Ital., v. 8. 1723.) 
Paley, William. Works; ed. by G. W. Meadley. 
Boston, 1810-27. 6 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Memoirs. — N'atural theology. 2. 
View of the evidences of Christianity. 3. i'rinciples 
of moral and political philosophy. 4. Sermons and 
tracts. 5. Horae Paulinae. — The young Christian in- 
structed in reading, and in the principles of religion. — 
The clergyman's companion in visiting the sick. — App. 
6. Sermons on various subjects. 

— Advice to the young clergy of the diocese of Carlisle; 

sermon, general ordination, July 29. 1781. London, 
1783. 8°. (B1861) 

— Caution recommended in the use of Scripture lan- 

guage; sermon. Camb., 1809. 8°. (B 1261) 

— Same. Boston, 1818. 8°. (B 325) 

— Dangers incidental to the clerical character; sermon, 

Univ. of Cambridge, Commencement Sunday, July 
6. Loudon, 1795. 4°. (B 1263) 





— A distinction of orders in the Church defended, elc; 

Bermon, Dublin, consecration of J. Law, 13p. of 
Clonfert. London. 1783. 4°. (A 60} 

— Horse Paulinae. London, 1796. 8°. 

— Moral philos. ; -with annot. by R. Whatelv. 

London, 1859. 8". 

— Natural theology. Phila., 1802. 8". 

— Same. lUust. by plates and by a selection from 

the notes of J. Paxton. Boston, 1831. 12°. 

— Same. With notes by Lord Brougham and 

Sir C. Bell. London, 1835. 2 v. 8°. 
ybte. The concluding volumes of this edition are 
Brougham's 'Dissertation of subjects of science con- 
nected with natural theology. London, 1839. 2 v.' 

— Same. With notes bv Lord Brougham and 

Sir C. Bell. N. Y., "[1839?]. 18°. (Harper's 
fam. lib.) 

— Principles of moral and political philosophy. 

Dublin, 1788. 8°. 

— Same. Boston, 1801. 8". 

— Same. 7th ed. Boston, 1811. 8°. 

See also, above, 'Moral'. 

— Reasons for contentment; address to the laboring part 

of the Brit, public. London, 1793. 8". (B 1406) 

— Sermon, assizes at Durham. London, 1795. 4°. (A 60) 

— Sermons on several subjects. 2d ed. London, 

1808. 8° 

— Use and propriety of local and occasional preaching; 

charge. Loudon, 1790. 4°. (A 59) 

— View of the evidences of Christianity. Dublin, 

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— Golden treasury of the best songs and lyrical 

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Pallen, M. M. Address to the graduates of the med. de. 

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Palliser, Mrs. Fanny Bury. Brittany and its by- 
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Palloni, G. S. La febbre gialla sia o no un con- 
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Palma, Alerino. Greece vindicated, in two letters; 
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Palmeirim de Inglaterra, Cronica de ; [per L. Hur- 
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Portug. tr. of Moraes [by R. Southey]. Lon- 
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Palmer, Aaron Haight. Letter to C. J. Ingersoll resp. the 
present slate, productions, etc.. of the Comoro 
Isl.inds, Abyssinia, Persia, Burmah, etc. N. Y., 
1846. 8". (B 1501, 2545) 

— Memorial to Congress. Wash., Jan. 1851. n.t.p. 8°. 

(B 1459) 
Palmer, Benjamin Franklin. Poem before the Sons of 

Jfew Kng. in Penn.on the Ist anniv. of the Society. 

Piiila., 1859. 8°. (B 1234) 
Palmer (B. Franli) & Co. Surgical adjuvant and reporter 

of artificial limbs. July 18o.5-Jan. 1857, May 1859. 

Phila., N'. y.. 18.55-59. 8°. (B 1559) 
Palmer, Benjamin Morgan, D.D. Discourse before 

the Gen, As.sem. of S. Carolina, Dec. 10, 

1863, [fast day]. Columbia, 1864. 8". 

— Mormonism; lecture before the Mi-rcantile Lib. 

Assoc, of Charleston, S. C, Jan. 26. Columljia, 
1853. 8°. (B 1589) 

— Slavery a divine trust. {In Fast day sermons. 1861.) 

— Grah.\m, J. Strictures on P. 's defence of infant bap- 

tism. {In his Reasons for renouncing infant bap- 
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Palmer, Charles. A collection of aphorisms and 

maxims. London, 1748. 4". 
Palmer, Charles M. On iron ships, (/n Armstrong, 5ir 

W. G. Industr. res. of the Tyne. 1861.) 
Palmer, Edward. Letter to Gov. ,J. Winslow on furnishing 

M.issacliusetts forces with provisions, 1675. {In 

Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 6. 1799.) 
Palmer, Elihu. Enquiry on the improvement of 

[man] ; oration at N. Y., 4 July. N. Y., 1797. 12". 

(C 46; 

— Extracts from an oration. {In Political miscel. 1793. 


— Principles of nature. 3d ed. [New York,] 

1806. 12°. 
Palmer, Capt. George. Kidnapping in the South 

Seas ; three months' cruise of the Rosario. 

Edin., 1871. 8°. 
Palmer, George Harry. Marri.ige law of Scotland. {In 

Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1862.) 
Palmer, George Holwortliv. Steam as a moving power. 

{In Inst, of Civil Engineers. Trans., v. 2. 1842.) 
Palmer, Henry 11. Description of a railway on a 

new principle. London, 1824. 8°. 

— Resistance of barges moving on canals. {In Instit. 

of Civil Engineers. Trans., v. 1. 1842.) 
Palmer, Herbert. Characteristics of a true Christian, in 
paradoxes; by Bacon. London, n..rf. 8°. (B 1361) 

— Same. {In Bacon, F. Works, v. 7. 1859.) 

Note. On the authorship see the note in Ba- 
con's Works. 

— Sabbatum redivivum. 5fe Cawdrey, D.,a«c/ Palmer, H. 
Palmer, J. C. Thulia ; a tale of the Antarctic. 

N. Y., 1843. 8°. 

Palmer, J. Horslcy. Causes and consequences of the pres- 
sure upon the money-market. London, 1837. 8°. 
(B 1136) 

— Reply to the 'Reflections' of S. J. Loyd. London, 

1837. 8". (B 1135) 

— LOVD, 8. J. Reflections [on] 'Canses and conse- 

quences'. London, 1837. 8°. (B 1135) 
Palmer, James 8. Headlev, J. T. {In his Farragut and 

our naval commanders. 1867.) 
Palmer, John. The Catholic planisphaer ; or, 

Mathematical jewel. London. 1658. 4°. 

— Rawson, E.jonrf Sewall, S. The revolution in New 

Eng. justiticd and the people vindicated from the 
aspersions of J. Palmer in his pretended 'Answer 
to the Declaration'. Boston, 1691. 4". (B 23) 

Same. {In Whitmore, W. H. Andros tracts, v. 1. 


— - Same. Added, a narrative of the proc. of Sir E. 

Androsse, etc., by [W. Stoughton, and others]. 
Boston, 1773. 8°. (B 611, 2501) 

Same. {In Force, P. Tr^icts, v. 4. 1846.) 

Palmer, John. Free thoughts on the inconsistency 
of conforming to any religious test as a con- 
dition of toleration. London, 1779. 8°. 

— Aiiother copy. (B 238) 

— Observations in defence of the liberty of man 

as a moral agent in answer to Priestley's 

illust. of philosoph. necessity. Lond.,1779. 8°. 

App. to the Observations. London, 1780. 8°. 

— Sermon, death of C. Fleming, with oration by J. 

Towers. London, 1779. 8°. (B 1851) 
Palmer, John Williamson. The golden Dagon ; or, 

Up and down the Irrawaddi ; passages of 

adventure in the Burman empire. N.'Y., 

1S56. 8". 
Palmer, Joseph. Necrology of the alumni of 

Harvard College, 1851-63. Bost., 1864. 8° 

— Paper on longevity. {In Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc, 


Palmer, Joseph H. Treatise on practical book- 
keeping and business transactions. N. Y., 
1852. 12". 

Palmer, Peter Sailly. History of Lake Champlain, 
1609-1814. Albany, 1866. 8°. 

Palmer, Ray. Christ going forth to purify the 
world; sermon before the For. Evang. Soc, N.Y., 
May 7, 1848. Albany, 1851. 8°. (B 1330) 

— Spirit's life; a poem. Boston, 1837. 8°. (B 1125) 

— Spiritual improvement. Boston, 1839. 12". 
Palmer, Roger, Earl of Gastlem,aine. Lloyd, W. Rea- 

Bonable defence of the 'Seasonable discourse, shew- 
ing the necessity of maintaining the established re- 
ligion'; or. Reply to 'A full answer', etc., [by R. 
Palmer]. London, 1674. 4°. (E 150) 
Palmer, Sir Roundell. Book of praise from the 
best Eng. hymn writers. London, 1863. 16°. 

— Speech on the N. Amer. blockade. London, 

1862. 8°. 

Palmer, Samuel. Vindication of the Dissenters, in 
answer to Wesley and to Sacheverel. Lon- 
don, 1705. 4°. 

Palmer, Samuel, printer. History of printing. 
London, 1732. 4°. 

Palmer, Samuel, of Hackney. Nonconformist's 
memori.'il; abridged, with add. anecdotes and lives, 
bv P. See Calamy, E. 

— Brief mem. of 8. Wilton, n.p., [1805]. 8". (B 267) 

— Sermon, Apr. 12, death of S. Wilton ; added, 

an oration at his interment by S. M. Savage. 

2d ed. London, 1778. 8°. 
Palmer, Samuel, publisher. Index to the 'Times', 

1865, pt. 3 - 78, pt. 3. Lond., 1877, 68-78. 

3 V. 8°. 
Palmer, Stephen. Description of Needbam. {In Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Col., v. n. 1814.) 

— The glory of the seconfl temple greater than that of the 

first; sermon, Dover, June 11, with introd. address 
by T. Noyes. Dedham, 1811. 8°. (B 325) 

— Sermon before the military company of exempts, 

Needham, Nov. 17. Dedham, 1814. 8°. (B 325; 




— Sermon, death of C. Whiting, deliv. at Needham. 

Boston, 1795. 8". (B 325) 

— Sermon, death of Col. W. M'lntosh, Jan. Boston, 

1813. 8°. (B325) 

— Sermon, Needham, Mar. 22, death of Rev. Mr. Sears, 

Rev. Mr. Caryl, and Rev. Mr. Cliickering. Dedham, 
1812. 8". (B325) 

— Sermon, Needham, Nov. 16, a century since the incor- 

poration. Dedham, 1811. 8°. (B 325) 

— Sermon, Oct. 22, interment of T. Tliacher. Boston, 

1812. 8°. (B 915) 

— Fun-ral sermon on. 1821. See White, J. (B 283, 

Palmer, T. H. Historical register of the U. S., 

1812-14. (Vol. 1. 2, 2d ed.) Phila., 1814- 

16. 4 V. (v. 3 w.). 8". 
Palmer, /i^c. Thomas Fyshe. Narrative of the sufferings of 

Palmer and Skirving, during a voyage to New South 

Wales in 1794, on board the Surprise. London, 

1797. 8°. (B 1680) 

— TRlALof P. for sedition, v t.p. [Edin.,1793.] 8°. (B714) 
Palmer, Thomas H. Arithmetic, oral and written. 

Boston, 1854. 12". 

— Evils of the system of primary instruction. (/« Amer. 

Inst, of Instr. Lect., 1838.) — Essentials of educa- 
tion, {hi 1849.) 

Palmer, Wm. J. Report of surveys across the 
the continent, 1867-68, on the' 35th and 32d 
parallels, extending the Kansas Pacific 
11. R. to the Pacific. Phila., 1869. 8°. 

Palmer, Mass. Wilson, T. Historical address, 
Palmer, July 5, 1852, centen. anniv. Lowell, 
1855. 8". 

Palmerin of England. See Palmeirim de Tnglaterra. 

Palmerius, Jacobus. See Le Paulmier de Grentemeanil, J. 

Palmerius, Matthias. See Palmieri, M. 

Palmerston, Viscount. See Temple, H. J. 

Palmetto series. Richmond, 1864-65. 12°. 

Nam/li/. Stewart, K. J. Geography for beginners. 
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Palmeus, A. F. G. de. Topographical map of the islands 
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Palmieri, Bartolino. Sonetto. {/n Trucchi, F. Pocs. 
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Palmieri, Giuseppe. Osserv. sul lusso. (7?j Econ. class, 
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(/»i Econ. class, ital , P. mod., v. 37. 1805.) — Osserv. 
sulle tariffe con applicazione al regno di Napoli. — 
Delia ricchezza nazionale. (/ji v.38. 1805.) 
Palmieri, Matteo. De captlvitate Pisarum, 1406. (J?i Mu- 
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and Burmann. 'J'hes. antiq. Ital., v. 8. pt. 2. 1723.) 

— Excerpta ex libro de temporibus, 1294-1448. {Jn Tar- 

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— De vita, et rebus gfstis N. Acciajoli, 1310-66. {In 

Muratori. Rer. Ital. scr., v. 13. 1728.) 

— NiCEROS.J.P. (/w/n'.* Mem., V. 11. 1729; rtnc/, (?erm., 

V. 9. 1754.) 
Palmieri. Mattia, of Pisa. Opus de temporibus snis, 1449- 
83. (/n Tartini. Rer. Ital. scr., v. 1. 1748.) 

— Fabroni, a. (/« hin Mem. di Pisani, v. 3. 1792.) 

— Niceron.J. P. (/m/u« Mem., V. 11. 1729; a«c/, (^erw., 

V. 9. 1754.) 
Palmieri, Vincenzo. Canai.e, M. G. Elogio di P. {In 

Grillo, L. Elogi di Liguri, v. 3. 1846.) 
Palmire et Klaniinie; par 8. F. D. de Genlis. (Vol. 65, 66 

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Palmistry. See Chiromancy. 
Palmucci, Domenico. Villada Adriano in Tivoli. [Rome, 

17-.] f°. (E99) 
Palmyra. Addison, C, G. Damascus and P. 

Phila., 1838. 2 v. 12°. 

— Beer. E. F. F. Die palmyrischen Inschriften. {In 

Zeitschrifi d. D. morg. Ges., v. 18. 1864.) 

— ElCHHORN, J. G. Marmora Palm5'rena explicita. 

{In Goettingen. Ges.d. Wiss. Comm ,v. 6. 1823-27.) 

— Halifax, W. Voyage from Aleppo to P., 1691. — 

Hallev, E. Account of the ancient state of P. 
{In Miscellania curiosa, v. 3. 1707.) 

— Heeren, a. H. 1.1. De commerci:s urbis Palmyras vi- 

cinarumqueurbium. {In Goettingen. 6e8. d. Wiss. 
Comm., 1828-32.) 

— HoEFER, J. C. F. Chaldee, Assyria, Media, 

etc. Paris, 1852. 8°. (Univers.) 

— Porter. J. L. [1849-54.] {In his Five years in Da. 

mascus. 1855.) 

— Wood, R. Journey to Palmyra; or, Tedmor in the 

desert, (/n Knox, J. Col. of voy., v. 6. 1767.) 
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Palnatoke; etSorgespil. See Ohlenschlager, A. G. 
Palsgrave, John. L'eclaircissement de la langue 

francaise. Paris, 1852. 4". (Doc. ined.) 
Palsy. See Paralysis. 
Palthens, Johaiin Philipp. Epistola de Joanna papissa. 

{In Schelhorn, J. G. Annen. lit., v. 9. 1728.) 
Paludan {Frenrh Desmarais, Flemish van den Broeck), 

Johann. Om Rijiidinge-Kongens Begravelse og to 

maerkvseivserdige Jettestuer i en lliji user derved. 

{In Copenhagen. K. Com. f. Olds. Opb. Antiq. 

Ann., V. 2, pt. 2. 1815.) 
Pambour, Francois Marie Gnyonneau de. Theo- 

rie dcs machines a vapeur. Paris, 1844. 4° 

and Atlas obi. f". 
Pamela ; by S. Richardson. ( In his Novels, v. 1. 1824.) 

See also Anti-Pamela. 
Pamela Giraud; piece en cinq actes. See Balzac, H. de. 
Pamela fanciulla, Pamela ma ritala; com. See Goldoni, C. 
Famfili, Olympia. 'I'rollope, T. A. O. Pamfili. (/n his 

Decade of Ital. women, v. 2. 1859.) 
Pamfilo ; madrigale. {In Trucchi, F. Poes. ital., v. 3. 1847.) 
Pampas. Bishop, N. H. The Pampas and the 

Andes; 1000 miles' walk. Boston, 1869. 8°. 

— Head, F. B. J6urney across the Pampas. 

Boston, 1827. 12°. 

French, abridged. {In MontSmont, A. Biblioth., 

V. 41. 1836.) 

— ScAKLETT, P. C. Journey across the Pampas, 

London, 1836. 2 v. 12". 
Pamphila Epidatirin. Fragm. {In Mueller, C. Fr. hist. 

Gr , V. 3. 1849.) 
Pamphilus. Fragm. {In Mueller, C. Fr. hist. Gr., v. 4. 

Pamphilus, Presbyter of the church of Ccesareia. Biog. no- 
tice. — Exposition of the chapters of the .\cts of the 
Apostles; tr. by S. D. Salinond. {In Methodius, 
Writings. 1869.) 
Pamphleteer, The. (Vol. 1, 2d ed.) London, 
1813-28. 29 V. 8°. (B 838) 

Jiote. Vol. 29 contains a classed catalogue of. 
the pamphlets. 
Contentx. Vol.1. 1813. Appeal to the Dissenters. — 
Wylde. S. T. Letter to the clurgy of Somersetshire 
[on] undue marriages. — Marsh, H. Sermon on the 
Bible Soc; — Address' to the Univ. of Cambridge. — 
Vansittart, N. First letter on the Brit, and For. Bible 
Soc. — Marsh, H. Consequences of neglecting to give 
the Prayer Book with the Bible. — Vansittart, N. 
Letter to J. Coker; — 2d letter to Dr. Marsh. — Mac- 
lean, C. The E. I. Co.'b charter. — Objections to cre- 
ating a Vice Chancellor. — Vansittart, N. Outlines of 
a plan of finance proposed to be submitted to Pari. — 
Hawkins, H. Reform of Pari, the ruin of Pari. — Tom- 
line, G. Charge. — Marsh, H. Answer to the 2d letter 
of N. Vansittart. — Gandolphy, P. Congnatulatory 
letter to H. Marsh. — Bernard, T. Account of a supply 
offish for the manufacturing poor. — Fish Association. 
1st report. — Butler, C. Address to the Protestants of 
Gr. Brit, and Ireland. — Anticipation of marginal notes 
on the declaration of government. — Fabius. Letter to 
the Earl of Buckinghamshire on the open tmde to India. 

— Probus. The East India question. 

2. Examination of Cobbett's objections to the bill for 
the relief of the Unitarians. — Rogers, D. Plans for 
increasing the incomes of officers of the army ; with a 
suppl. by J. Philippart. — Account of the Report of the 
Nat. Soc. for the Kduc. of the Poor. — Eustace, J. C. 
Answi-r to the charge by the Bp. of Lincoln. — Marsh, 
H. Letter to P. Gandolphy in confutation of the opinion 
that the vital principle of the reformation has been con- 
ceded to the Church of Rome. — East India Co. Report 
of the Com. of Correspondence, upon claims of outposts. 

— T., J. Hints on the question between H. M.'s minis- 
ters and the Directors, rel. to the renewal of the E. I. 
Co 's charter. — Fish Association. 2d report. — Ad- 
dress to I'arl. on the claim of authors to their own copy- 
right, [with arguments of Lord Mansfield].— Huskesson, 
W. Speech in the Ho. of Commons resp. the state of 
finances and the sinking fund. — Correspondence with 
the editor of the Times relative to the American question. 

■ — Observations on several authors and books for the 
formation of a library. — Meadley, G. W. Sketch of 
the various proposals for a constitutional reform. — Sil- 
ver, F. Observ. on Vansittart's plan of finance. — 
Roberts, D. Letter to the officers of the army, with 





suppl. obs. by J. Philippart. — Case stated between the 
public libraries and the booksellers. — Lawrence, J. 
Dramatic emancipation ; strictures on the state of the 
theatres and on the consequent degeneration of the drama. 

— Gandolphy, P. 2d letter to the Rev. H Marsh [on] the 
opinion that the vital principle of the reformation has 
been conceded to the Church of Rome. — Brace, J. 
Speech in the Ho. of Commons. — Maclean, C. Re- 
marks on the evidence before Pari, on the E. I. Co.'s 
affairs. — Baverstock, J. Observ. on the state of the 
brewery and on the saccharine quality of malt. — Marsh, 
C. Substance of his speech in a committee of the Ho. 
of Commons [on] the amendment on the clause in the 

E. I. bill. — Le Mesurier, T. Counter address to the 
Protestants of Gr. Brit, and Ireland. — Becket, A. 
Public prosperity ; a plan for raising six millions sterling. 

3. 1814. Musgrave, T. M. Consid. on the re-establish- 
ment of an effective balance of power. — Wilberforce, W. 
Speeches on the clause in the E. I. bill for promoting 
relig. instruction and moral improvement. — Strictores 
on the right, expedience, and indiscriminate denunciation 
of capital punishment. — Conciliator. Two letters on 
Cath. emancipation. — Masers de Latnde, H. Life, 
[with] some account of the Bastile. — London. Manufac- 
turers. Origin, etc., of the apprentice laws. — Insurance 
against robbery. — Phillippart, J. Observ. on the bill 
rendering the "militia disposable for foreign service. — 
Shefflel(C J. Trade In wool and woolens, incl. an expo- 
sition of the commercial situation of the British Empire. 

— Elmes, J. Letter to T. Hope for promoting the fine 
arts. — Fearn, J. Review of first principles of Bp. 
Berkeley, Dr. Reid, and Prof. Stewart. — Ruggieri, C. 
Karrative of the crucifixion of M. Lovat. — Eliot, F. P. 
Letters on the political and financial state of the nation. 

— Observations on medical reform. — Chateaubriand, 

F. A. de. Buonaparte and the Bourbons. — .Appeal to 
the Legislature for the repeal of the act regulating the 
marriage of the royal family. — Valpy, R. Short sketch 
of a short trip to Paris in 1V88. — Milner, J. Reflections 
on the letters of Conciliator on Cath. emancipation. 

4. Eliot, F. P. Political situation of this country. — 
Narrative of the journey and imprisonment nf Pius VII. 

— Francis, P. Policy of Gr. Brit, and the allies towards 
Norway. — Holroyd, J. B., Lord Shfffielil. Report 
at Lewes wool fair. — Reply to the most popular objec- 
tions to public schools. — Pamell, H. Speeches in the 
Ho. of Commons, with oltserv. on the corn laws. — 
Mercator, piieud. Sketch for a new division and sub- 
division of moneys, weights, and coins. — Inquiry into 
the policy, etc., of the alterations in our corn laws. — 
Homo. Suggestions on the slave trade. — Feldborg, A. 
A. Appeal to the nation in behalf of Norway. — Plan 
for establishing a balance of power in Europe. — Table 
of finances for 1813. — Onslow, \. Substance of [his] 
speech to amend the statute 5 Eliz., ch. 4. — Stephens, 
J. History of Toussaint Louverture. — Calculator. 
Observ. on the report of the committee of weights and 
measures. — Fletcher, JuntUe. Charge to the grand 
jury of Wexford. — Romilly, S. Speech in the Ho. of 
Commons on the slave trade. — Forster, T. The 
brumal retreat of the swallow. — Talleyrand, P. C. M. 
Commercial relations of the U. 8. with Gr. Brit. — 
Naismith, J. Propriety of increasing the import duty 
on foreign corn. — Brief observ. on the pillory. — 
Conciliator. Why are we still at war? 

5. 1815. Carnot, L. N. M. Memorial to the King of 
France, .July 1814. — Butler. C. Hist, view of the religious and military orders of the Catholic 
Church. — Fearn, J. Essay on external perception. — 
Daubeny, C. Churchman's reasons for declining a 
connection with the Bible Society. — Compressed view 
of the points to be discussed in treating with the U. 8. 

— Grenville, W., L<1. Grenville. Letter to the Earl of 
Fingal on the claims of the Catholics. — M., I. U. Letter 
on the tone and matter of Judge Fletcher's charge. — 
Onslow, A. Speech, Ho. of Commons, 22 Nov. 1814, 
[on] the liberty of the subject. — Prussia and Saxony; 
the claims of the King of Saxony. — Forster, T. Sketch 
of the new anatomy and physiology of the brain and 
nervous system of Gall and Spurzheim. — S., W. Exam, 
of certayne complaints of divers of our countrymen. — 
De Constant, B. Responsibility of ministers. — Long- 
ley, J. Obs. on the trial by jury. — Wilberforce, W. 
Letter on the slave trade. — Meansof guarding dwelling 
houses against fire. — Talfoord, T. N. The poetical 
talent of the present age, incl. a sketch of the history 
of poetry. — Forster, T. Application of the organology 
of the brain. — Eliot, F. P. The financial situation, 
1815. — Montagu, B. Inquiry resp. the insolvent debt- 
ors' bill. — Thompson, G. A, New theory of the two 

6. Vansittart, N. Speech, Feb. 20, 1815; — The 
budget, 1815. — Atcheson, N. American encroachments 

on British rights. — Brief account of the Jesuits. — Gr. 
Brit. /To. of Commonn. Report on laws rel. to the man- 
ufacture, etc., of bread. — Young, A. Rise of prices in 
Europe compared with that in Eng. — De Constant, B. 
Liberty of the press. — Dudley, H. B. .Address to 
William, Ld. Primate of Ireland. — Gr. Brit. Ho. of 
Comrnono. Report on mad houses in England. — Brit- 
ish and For. Bible Soc. Trans. — Benett, J. Commu- 
tation of tythe. — Letter to H. Marsh [on] the Dis- 
senters. — Marsh, H. -Answer. — Kerrison, R. M. 
Obs. on the bill for regulating the medical profession. — 
Wardrop, J. History of J. Mitchell. — Banks, J. 
Accountdf the cause of the disease in corn ; [with] letter 
to J. Banks by T. A. Knight. — Smith, C. Speech on 
the Union. — Gr. Brit. Ho. of Com. Report on the 
King's Bench, Fleet, and Marshalsea prisons. — Letter 
on the situation of France. — Assoc, for the Relief of 
the Manufacturing Poor. Report rel. to the sui>[>ly of 
fish. — Modicus. Letter on reform in Pari. — Falconer, 
T. Plan for building twenty-five churches. 

7. 1816. Edmeads, lien. W. National establishment 
national security: or. Thoughts on the consequences of 
commuting the tithes. — Reasons for establishing a reg- 
istry of slaves in the British colonies. — Phillips, C. 
Speech in Court of Common Pleas, Dubli!i, in the case 
of Guthrie vs. Sterne, for adultery. — Letters on public- 
house licensing, [from] the 'Times'; by a magistrate for 
Middlesex. — Preston, R. Review of the mined con- 
dition of the landed and agricult. interests: with observ. 
on the extent of their losses, etc. — Frost, C. Consid- 
erations on a remuneration to witnesses in civil actions 
for loss of lime: with obs. on the present system of 
taxing costs. — Ganilh, C. The financial situation of 
France in 1816. — Eliot, F. P. Political and financial 
situation of the British Empire in 1816. — Sugden, E. B. 
On the rate of interest, and on redeemable annuities. — 
Plan for the reformation of Pari, on constitutional 
principles. — Inquiry into the right of compelling Spain 
to relinquish her slave trade in Northern Africa. — 
Rouse, W. Remarks on the comparative value of free- 
hold and copyhold land, and on the purchase of advow- 
Bons. — Payne, D. E. Address to the proprietors of 
bank stock on the management of the governor and 
directors of the Bank of Eng. ; and on the laws rel. 
thereto. — Butler, C. Inaug. oration, Nov. 4, 1815, at 
the ceremony of laying the first stone of the London 
Institution for the Diffusion of Science and Literature. 

— Chalmers, G. State of the United Kingdom at the 
peace of Paris. Nov. 20, 1815. — Tatham, E. The 
scarcity of money, and its effects upon the public. — 
Beamont, B. Provident or parish banks. — Short letter 
to the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the dangerous 
competition of the distilleries with the breweries; by a 
freeholder. — Western, C. C. Speech on the distressed 
state of the agriculture of the United Kingdom, Mar. ", 
1816. — Lingard, Rev. J. Reply to the obs. of the Edin. 
review, on the Anglo-Saxon antiquities. — Brief remarks 
on the slave registry bill; and upon a special report of 
the African Institution. 

8. Curwen, J. C. Speech in the Ho. of Commons, 
May 28. 1816, on the state of the poor laws. — Taylor, 
T. The Eleusinian and Bacchic mysteries. — Raffles, 
T. 8. Disc, to the Lit. and Sci. Soc. at Java, Sept. 10, 
1815. — Some remarks on the mildew of wheat, and the 
choice of seed corn, partic. in ref. to an hypothesis of 
Sir J. Baniis. — Crombie, Rev. A. The present state of 
the agric. interest. — Richardson, W. Simple measures, 
by which the recurrence of famines may be prevented, 
and the pressure of the poor laws abated. — Peter, W. 
The present crisis. — Polidori, J. W. The punishment 
of death. — Willis, Rev. J. The commutation of tithes. 

— Cappe, C. The desirableness of ladies visiting the 
female wards of hospitals and lunatic asylums. — Clark- 
son, W. Inquiry into the cause of the increase of pau- 
perism and poor rates. — Holdsworth, -A. H. Letter to 
a friend in Devonshire, on the present situation of the 
country. — Gr. Brit. Pari. Report from the select com- 
mittee on the Earl of Elgin's marbles, ttc. — Taylor, T. 
The Eleusinian and Bacchic mysteries. — Address to 
the Princess Charlotte, on her marriage: shewing the 
cause of the distress of the country. — Onslow, 8. 
Speech. May 23, 1816, on 'the laws which regulate the 
rate of interest'. — Glover, Rev. G. Character and 
tendency of the property tax, as adapted to permanent 
taxation. — Watson, R. Letter to the Archbp. of Can- 

9. 1817. Bentham, J. Defence of economy against 
E. Burke. — Treatise on greyhounds. — Hints for the 
cultivation of the peat-bogs in Ireland. — Field, C. 
Tpitotenea; or, A brief outline of the universal system. 

— Preston, R. Further observ. on the state of the 
nation, etc. — Chitty, J. The game laws. — Holdsworth, 
A. H. 2d letter to a friend in Devonshire, on the situa- 




tion of the country. — Plan suggested for superseding 
the necessity of the poor rates, by means of cottage 
acres, and farms termed leaven farms. — Pellet, S. 
Constitutional aids; progress of taxation, with a new 
plan of finance. — Blane, Sir G. Causes and remedies 
of the scarcity and high price of provisions. — Savary, 
Gen. A. J. M. R. Vindication of the political conduct 
of S. — Anglo-Hibernus. The source of the evil ; on 
the league between the Irish lay separatists, and the 
Irish Roman Cath. bishops, on emancipation. — Sym- 
mons, J. Reform without innovation. — Frend, W 
National debt in its true colours, with plans for its ex- 
tinction. — Beaumont, J. T. B. Letter to Ld. Sidmouth 
[on] the injustice of public-house licensing. — Sinclair, 
J. On the state of the country, Dec. 1816. — Malthas, 
T. R. Statements resp. the East India College. — 
Grenfell, P. Speech to the Ho. of Commons, Apr. 26, 
1814. on applying the sinking fund towards loans raised 
for the public service. — Francis, Sir P. Plan of a 
reform in the election of the Ho. of Commons adopted 
by the Soc. of the Friends of the People in 179-5; with a 
new introd.. etc. — Jee, Rev. T. Practical observ. on 
the management of the poor. — Burrows, J. On 
national prejudices. 

10. Canning, G. Speech in the Ho.- of Commons, 
Jan. 29, 1817, on an address to the Prince Regent, on his 
speech from the throne. — A few cursory remarks on 
the obnoxious parts of the game laws. — Long, C. 
Temperate discussion of the causes [of] the high price 
of bread. — Curwen, J. C. Speech in the Ho. of Com- 
mons. Feb. 21, 1817, on the poor laws. — Smith, T. 
Letter to the Earl of Liverpool on the new coinage. — 
General repoit of Scotland; statistical tables regarding 
the geog., agric, and political state of Scotland. — 
Argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent 
with a free government. — Irish oratory ; with its effects 
on Cath. emancipation. — Bernard, Sir T. The supply of 
employment and subsistence for the labouring classes in 
fisheries, manufactures, and the cultivation of waste 
lands ; with remarks on the salt duties. — Journal of an 
Eng. traveller, 1814-16; or mem. and anecdotes of the 
Princess of Wales and of her court, with letters of the 
Earl of Liverpool, Mr. Whitbread. — Preston, R. Ad- 
dress on the corn laws. — Bentham, J. Defence of 
economy against G. Rose. — Somers, J. Defence of 
the constitution of Gr. Britain and Ireland, against the 
friends to annual Pari, and universal suffrage. — Glover, 
G- The present state of pauperism in England. — 
Jacob, W. The causes of agricultural distress. — Sin- 
clair, Sir J. The means of arresting the progress of 
national calamitj'. — MacLean, C. Suggestions for the 
prevention and mitigation of epidemic and pestilential 
diseases. — Gr. Brit. Pari. Report to the Ho. of Com. 
by the Committee [on] the petitions against the employ- 
ment of boys in sweeping of chimneys. — Brydges, Sir 
E. Reasons for a farther amendment of the act 54 
George in. c. 156; being an act to amend the copyright 
net of Q. Anne. — Torrens, Jfaj. R- The means of 
reducing the poors rates. — Crombie, Rev. A. Letter 
to D. Ricardo, cont. an analysis of his pamphlet on the 
depreciating of bank notes. 

11. 1818. Method of increasing the quantity of cir- 
culating money. — Dissertation on the slate of the 
nation resp- its agriculture, 1817. — Leckie, G. F. Essay 
on the practice of the British government. — La Roche 
St. Andr6, le chevalier de. Letter occasioned by -A 
vindication of the conduct of Gen. Savary'. — Project 
of finance. — Brydges, Sir E. The practicability of 
relieving the able-bodied poor, by finding employment. 

— Dormer, J. Usury explained; or. Conscience quieted 
in the case of putting out money at interest; by Philo- 
penes. — Thomas, Rev. J. Address, Bath, Dec. 1, 1817, 
[against] forming a church missionary soc. — Address 
to the Guardian Soc. — Observations on the manufac- 
turing system; [and its] improvement of those parts 
[in regard] to health and morals. — Considerations on 
British commerce, with ref. to British India, the U. 8. 
of America, and the slave trade. — Bennet, H. G. 
Letter on the abuses in Newgate. — Three letters on 
the game laws; by a country gentleman. — Courtenay, 
T. P. Letter to \V. S. Bourne [on the poor laws]. — 
Dunlop, A. Sketches on political economy. — Voght, 
C. von. Account of the management of the poor in 
Hamburgh, 1788-94. — Wilson, D. Defence of the 
Church Miss. Soc. against Rev. J. Thomas. — Roscoe, 
W. Origin and vicissitudes of literature, science, and 
art, and their influence on the present state of society. 

— Fitz-James, E., Ditke of Fits-James. Opinion on the 
proposed law rel. to periodical journals. — Preston, R. 
The poor-rates gradually reduced. 

12. Vansittart, N. Speech, Mar. 16, 1818, on a 
grant of one million for additional places of public 
worship. — Philodicseus, pseud. Letter to W. W. Pole 

resp. the disappearance" of the gold coin and the re- 
sumption of cash payments. — Delpla, A. French 
drama; what are the best means of making theatres vie 
with each other in promoting taste and morals? — Bos- 
quett, A. Treatise on duelling; with the annals of 
chivalry, the ordeal trial, and judicial combat. — Ham- 
ilton, J. Letter to Sir W. Garrow on his bill for regu- 
lating surgery. — Dyer, G. Four letters on the consti- 
tution. — Navagero, A; Funeral oration at Venice on 
the death of the Doge L. Loredano ; tr. by C. Kelsall. — 
Fearn, J. Letter to Prof. Stewart on the objects of 
general terms, and on the axiomatical law of vision. — 
Letter on the true principles of advantageous exporta- 
tion. — Observations on the evil produced by stimu- 
lating food, and by spii-itous liquors taken moderately. 

— Montagu, B. Some inquiries resp. the punishment 
of death for crimes without violence. — Myers, T. On 
a course of education to prepare the youthful mind for 
a career of patriotism, etc. — Observations on Ld. H. 
Bathurst's speech in the Ho. of Peers, Mar. 18, 1817. — 
Garland, II. The establishment of offices for the regis- 
try of deeds and wills and the collection of the ad valo- 
rem duties on conveyances and mortgages. — Field, G. 
The 3d organon attempted; or. Elements of logic and 
subjective philosophy. — Tadman, L., pseud. To the 
ed. of the British review, in answer to his remarks on 
the pamphlet of W. Edmeades resp. commuting the 
tithes. — Lemoine, J. B. M. Observ. on the libels 
against Chateaubriand ; tr. by Sir J. Philippart. — Sin- 
clair, Sir J. On the approaching crisis; or, on resum- 
ing cash payments at the Bank, in July 1818. 

13. Brougham, H. Letter to Roniilly upon the 
abuse of charities. — Breckenridge, H. M. N. Amer. 
pamphlet on 8. Amer. affairs. — Kirk, Rev. J. Roman 
Catholic principles in ref. to God and the King. — 
Uwins, D. Modern maladies, and present state of med- 
icine. — Holroyd, J. B.. ^arl of Sheffield. Obs. on the 
impolicy, abuses, and false interpretation of the poor 
laws; and on the reports of the two Ho. of Pari. — 
Cooke, E. Thoughts on the expediency of repealing 
the usury laws. — Vastey, Baron P. V. de. Political 
remarks on some French works and newspapers cone. 
Hayti. — Sinclair, Sir J. Collection of papers on po- 
litical subjects. — Letter to Brougham from a Master 
of Arts of Queen's College, Oxf., on the best method of 
restoring decayed grammar schools. — Letter to the 
Archbp. of Canterbury on the expediency of revising 
the authorized version of Scripture. — Bowles, Rev. 
W. L. Vindiciae Wykehamicae; vindic.itioit of Win- 
chester College; a letter to Brougham, occas. by his 
letter to Roniilly on charitable abuses. — Wray, J. 
Dangers of an entire repeal of the bank restriction act; 
and a plan suggested for obviating them. — Observa- 

• tions on credit, with rel. to the provisions of the bank- 
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Papers on political subjects. — Dyer, G. Theory and 
practice of benevolence. — Whalley, L- Vindication 
of the Univ. of Edin., as a school of medicine, from the 
aspersions of "A member of the Univ. of Oxford. — 
Rigby, E- Holkham, its agriculture, etc. — Gregory, 
O. Oration, anniversary of the Phil. Soc. of London. 

— Observations on banks for savings, [and] clerks in 
pub. offices, etc. 

14. 1819. Decius, pseud. Complete refutation of 
the arguments used on the subject of the agric. petition. 

— Gilbert, D- Plain statement of the bullion question. 

— Bartlett, J. M. On propelling vessels by means of 
wind-inill sails. — What is a revolution? — Dyer, G. 
Theory and practice of benevolence. — Ireland, J. 
Letter to Brougham. — Forster, T. Casual and peri- 
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on human health and diseases, partic. insanity; with a 
table of ref. to authors. — Abernethy, J. Hunterian 
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constitution. — On the pfesence of Pluto in Elysium. — 
Chambers, A. H. On the resumption of cash payments 
by the Bank, and on the corn bill. — Torrens, R. Let- 
ter to the freemen of Rochester, on the petition against 
Ld. Binnings' return being declared frivolous; and on 
the right of the eldest son of a Scotch peer to represent 
an English county, city, or borough, without possessing 
a landed qualification in England, — Cooke, E. Real 
cause of the increased price of necessaries and the high 
price of gold. — Letter to Sir I. Coffin on the inade- 
quacy of courts martial. — Jenkinson, R. B., Earl of 
Liverpool. Speech on the report of the Bank committee. 

— On the relation of corn and currency. — Estrada, A. 
F. Representation to Ferdinand vil. in defence of the 
Cortes ; tr. by C. Toplis. — Right and practice of im- 
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Apr.,May 6] ; — Reports, [12th May]. — Representation, 
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Assey, C. The trade to China, and the Indian Archi- 

15. Vansittart, X. Speech on finance; comp. the 
finance resolutions for 1S19; — Speech on the budget of 
1819. — Bowles, W. L. The increase of crimes, the 
education of the poor, and the national schools. — 
Frend, W. Is it possible to free the atmosphere of 
London from smoke, f<c. ? — Campbell, H. Y. Ossiana; 
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physical sciences. — Morrison, R. Embassy from the 
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parish registers and the marriage of Non-Conformists 
with a bill for a register of marriages, etc. — Gumey, 
J. J. Visit to prisons in Scotland, etc. — Rattenbnry, 
J. Cession of the Floridas to the U. S., and the neces- 
sity of acquiring Cuba. — Two tables illust. of the 
speeches of the Earl of Liverpool and the Chancellor of 
the Exchequer. — Erskine, T., Ld. Defence of the 
Whigs. — Gr. Brit. Ho. of Common*. Report of the 
select committee [on] capital punishment. — Chambers, 
A. H. Comments on recent political discussions, with 
the fallacy of the sinking fund. — Fry, J. S. Concise 
history of tithes. — Congrevft, Sir W. Impractibility 
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the German. — Goerres, Piof. J. J. von. Germany and 
the revolution. — Heathfield, R. Plan for the liquida- 
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Report of the select com. [on] gaols, etc. 

16. 1820. Cottu, — . Administration of the criminal 
code in England, and the spirit of the English govern- 
ment. — Gurney, J. J. Visit to prisons in Scotland, 
etc. — Gr. Brit. Commigsionerg [on] Weights and ileai- 
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the poor. — Dann, W. The Vansittart plan of finance. 

— Letter from a Jew to a Christian [on] the recent at- 
tacks on the Bible. — Grammar schools considered 
with ref. to a case lately decided by the Ld. chancellor. 

— Lingard, J. Nature and constitution of timber. — 
Whitehead, W. B. The expected parliamentary pro- 
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retaining the population within any required limits. — 
Episcopacy consid. with ref. to the modern popular so- 
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Practicability of liquidating the public debt. 

17. Toreno, Count. Events in Spain, 1808-14; tr. 
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the petition of the ship owners of London, against any 
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Replj- to the charges brought by the reviewer of Spence's 
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Pope's works. — Burchell, W. J. Hints on emigration 
to the Cape of Good Hope. — Milton, J. Plan of edu- 
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— Argument on military obedience. — The curates' 
appeal to the equity and Christian principles of the 
British legislature, etc., examined. — Field, G. .(Esthet- 
ics; or, The analogy of the sensible sciences; with app. 
on light and colors. — V. S. Treaxury Dept. Report of 
the Sec. transmitting the condition of the Bank of the 
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provident banks ; with a plan of the unlimited or provi- 
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thus on political economy; partic. the causes of the 
general stagnation of commerce. — Marriage and di- 
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poetry. — Gray, S. Remarks on the production of 
wealth. — Vindex, paevd. On the present national 
distress. — Clay, J. Free trade essential to the welfare 
of Gr. Brit. ; or. An inquiry into the cause of the pres- 
ent distressed state, etc. — James, H. Essay on the 
currency; or. The alterations in the value of money, 
the cause of the distressed state, etc. — The United 
Kingdom tributary to France; the real cause of the dis- 
tresses, etc. — Fitzmaurice, H. P. Speech on foreign 
commerce. — Considerations on the corn question. 

18. 1821. The declaration of England against the 
Holy Alliance. — Reflections on the conduct of the 
allies. — Sketch of a plan for reformation in provincial 
banking. — Beaumont, J. T. B. Criminal jurispru- 
dence, with the draft of a new penal code. — Constant, 

B. On the dissolution of the Chamber of Depnties. — 
Meadley, G. W. Two pairs of historical portraits: 
Octavius Caesar and Wm. Pitt; Rienzi and Buonaparte. 

— Holford, G. Thoughts on the criminal prisons of 
this country. — The exclnsion of the queen from the 
liturgy. — Bowles, W. L. The poetical character of 
Pope; with a reply to O. Gilchrist. — Phocion in reply 
to Cato, in defence of the people of England, and in 
vindication of the press. — Donsky, H. D. On the 
present timber and deal trade, as regards Europe and 
the Brit. Amer. colonies. — Expediency, etc., of strik- 
ing off a part of the national debt. — Bowles, W. L. 
Two letters to Lord Byron in answer to his letters on 
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Essay on criminal jurisprudence with the draft of the 
penal code. .— Bronghton, R. E. Letter to G. W. Hall 
in reply to his letter to ihePres. of the Board of Trade. 

— Letter to F. J. Robinson on the present depressed 
state of agriculture. — Cornaro, L. Sure methods of at- 
taining a long life. — Brief obs. on the copy-right bill. — 
Protection to agriculture or universal ruin. — Further 
remarks on Scripture, relating to marriage and divorce. 

— Fabins. Letter to Lord Byron protesting against the 
immolation of Gray, Cowper, and Campbell, at the 
shrine of Pope. 

19. 1822. Vernon, E. Sermon, coronation of George 
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seph ir. Letters to distinguished princes and states- 
men. — Beaomont, J. T. B. Essay on criminal juris- 
prudence, with the draft of a new penal code. — Cor- 
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Christophilus. Vindicias Britannicae; Christianity in- 
terested in the dismissal of ministers. — Second letter 
to F. Robinson on the currency. — Knox, V. Remarks 
on a bill now pending in Parliament to degrade gram- 
mar schools. — Joseph ir. Letters written to distin- 
guished characters of his time. — Van Mildert, W., Bpi, 
Charge, 1821. — Tickell, R. Anticipation; H. M.'s 
speech to Parliament on the approaching session. — 
Letter of expostulation to Lord Byron on his present 
pursuits, and absence from his country in the hour of 
danger. — Vindici» Britannicae: vindication of the 
people from the charge of blasphemy, and a defence of 
the freedom of the press. — Knox", V. Remarks on 
clauses in a bill to degrade grammar schools. — V., R. 
Interests of the Church of Eng. — Newton, J. F. Re- 
turn to nature; defence of the vegetable regimen. — 
Mainwaring, G. B. Present state of the police of the 

20. State of the nation at the commencement of 
1822. — Newton, J. F. Return to nature; a defence of 
the vegetable regimen contin. — M'Dennot, M. Letter 
to Bowles [on] the poetical character of Pope. — 
Heathfield, It. On trade, in ref. to the public debt. — 
Farnel, H. History of the penal laws against the Irish 
Catholics. — Mainwaring, G. B. The present state of 
the metropolis concl. — Elector's remembrance : votes of 
each member of the Ho. of Com. — Eubulns. Thoughts 
on academic education iu the Univ. of Camb. — Monk, 
J. H. An additional examination of students. — Kaye, 
J. Charge. — M'Dermot, M. Letter to W. L. Bowles 

ion] the poetical character of Pope, concl. — Newton, 
. F. Retnru to nature; defence of vegetable regimen. 

— Pamell, H. History of the penal laws against the 
Irish Catholics. — Brydges, E. What are riches? — 
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public debt. — Bowles, W. L. Letters to T. Campbell. 

21. 1823. CoUier, J. Reply to the 6th ed. of a 
pamphlet on the state of the nation, 1822. — Letter to 
W. Pitt on parliamentary reform. — Montagu, B. 
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laws. — Sandford, D. K. Letter to Rev. P. Elnisley. — 
Hughes, T. S. Address in the cause of the Greeks. — 
Barker, E. H. Letter to T. S. Hughes occas. by the 
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Lambton, J. G. Speech in Ho. of Com. on reform of 
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— Henry viir. Love letters to Anna Boleyn. — Dis- 
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of a plan for suppressing mendacity. — Lowe, J. Let- 
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Remarks on quarantine laws. — Cunningham, J. W. 
Cautions to continental travellers. — Vindex. Post- 
script to 'Obs. on the present distress'. — Opinions as 
to the real state of the nation ; by the Ghost of the 
Marq. of Londonderry. 

22. Spain. Committee of the Constitution. Prelim- 
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the projetof the constitution; [with] the present Span- 
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tioii. — Henry viii. Love letters to Anna Boleyn. — 
Cunningham, J. W. On friendly societies and their 
iiiiliieiice on public morals. — Craft, Z. First sitting 
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people of Eng.', from the attack of Sheridan. — Bade- 
ley, J. Authentic narrative of the extraordinary cure 
performed by Prince A. Hohenlohe on Miss B. O'Con- 
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1815-22. — Goldsmith, L. On the appointment of G. 
Canning to the For. Depi., etc. — Hudson, J. C. Letter 
to the mistresses of families on the cruelty of employing 
children in sweeping chimnies. — Derenzy, G. W. En- 
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the British House of Commons. — Beutham, J. Lead- 
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the recognition of Columbia by Gr. Brit. — Whitehead, 
Rev. W. B. Prosecutions of infidel blasphemers vindi- 
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cabinet of France towards free Spain. — Blaquiere, E. 
Keporton the present state of the Greek confederation. 

23. 1824. Good, J. _M. Letter to Sir J. C. llippisley 
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Appeal to the people on Confederated Greece. — 
O'Conor, C. Appeal and remonstrance to Pius vil. — 
Trial and defence of Eugene Aram. — La Grdce en 
1821-22; correspondance pol. pub. par un Grec. — 
Wirgman, T. Principles of the Kantesian philosophy. 

— Lawrence, Sir 6. The nobility of the British gentry. 

— Mavromichalis, P. Appeal in behalf of the Greeks, 
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internally. — Society for the Relief of Distressed Set- 
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usury laws. — Field, G. Ethics ; or. The analogy of the 
moral sciences. — Hillary, W. On forming a national 
institution for preservation from shipwreck. — Gr. Brit. 
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for Labor. Summary of report. — Opinions of the late 
Mr. Ricardo and of A. Smith on some of the leading 
doctrines of political economy. — Philo-Junius. Reform. 

24. Pradt, Vabhe, D. D. de. Comparison between 
the powers of Eng. and Russia as they stand in rel. to 
Europe at large. — Letter to Sir C. Forbes on the sup- 
pression of public disciifsion in India and the banish- 
ment without trial of two British eds. — Opinions of 
Ricardo and Adam Smith, on some doctrines of pol. 
econ. compared. 2d pi. — Chateaubriand, vet. F. A. li. 
The censorship established by art. iv. of the act of 
Mar. 17, 1822. — Thoughts on the present disturbances 
in Ireland. — Considerations sur la guerre actuelle 
entre les Grecs et les Turcs. — Scott, Sir W. Character 
of Byron. — Gordon, SirG. Life and genius of Byron. 

— Non-establishment of liberty in Spain, Naples, Por- 
tugal, and Piedmont, explained. — Hastings, F. R., 
Marquess of Hastings. Summary of the administra- 
tion of the Indian government, Oct. 1813 - Jan. 1823. — 
Hillary, Sir W. Suggestion for the improvement and 
cmbellislimcnt of the metropolis. — Lennox, C, Duke 
of Richmond. Letter [on] annual parliaments and 
universal suffrage. — Urquhart, T. Letter to W. Wil- 
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mitigation of pestilential fever. — Sheridan, C. B. 
Thoughts on the Greek rev. — Urquhart, T. Letter to 
Vet. Melville, May 1815, with the outlines of a plan to 
raise British seamen. — Philostratus, pseud. Soma- 
topsychonoologia; showing that the proofs of body, 
life, and mind considered as distinct essences cannot be 
deduced from physiology. — Joplin, T. Principles and 
practice of banking. 

25. 1825. Hillary, W. Sketch of Ireland in 1824; 
her evils and their remedies. — Remarkson the Asiatic 
policy of England and Russia. — Second letter on the 
suppression of discussion in India, etc. — Blomfield, 
C.t}.,£p. Letter to C. Butler in vindication of English 
Protestants from liis attack on their sincerity in the 'Book 
of the Roman Catholic Church'. — Bntler, C. Letter 
to C. J. Blomtield in vindication of a passage in his 
'Book of the Roman Catholic Church'. — Barbe-Mar- 
bois, F. Rapport sur I'etat actuel des prisons dans les 
d^partcments du Calvados, de I'Eure, etc. — Skene, J. 
On the Regiani majestatem. — Hillary, W. Plan for 
the construction of a steam life boat. — Remarks on 
Bomeof the evils of Ireland, and their removal. — Firth, 
"W' The case of Ireland set at rest. — Statistical illus- 

trations of the territorial extent and population, etc., of 
the British Empire. — P., I. The plagiary warned; a 
vindication of the drama, the stage, and public morals 
from plagiarisms. — Observations on the buildings, 
improvements, and cxtention of the metropolis of late 
years, etc. — Topham, E. Life of the late J. Elwes. — 
Granville, A. B. Letter to W. Huskisson on the quar- 
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to J. Williams on the abuses of the Court of Chancery. 

— Pradt, D. D. Vrai systeme de I'Europe rel. a I'Amfe- 
rique et a la Grece ; — Comparison between England and 
Russia, in rel. to Europe at large. — Itlacmichael, W, 
Sketch of the progress of opinion on contagion, with 
remarks on quarantine. 

26. 1826. Bentham, J. Indications resp. Lord 
Eldon, incl. history of the pending judges' salary- 
raising measure. — Maclaren, C. Railways compared 
with canals and common roads. — De Pradt, — . Vrai 
systeme de I'Europe rel. a I'Amerique et a la Grecc. — 
Finlayson, R. On the means of preserving the health 
of crews, and [on] dry rot. — Stewart, M. Considera- 
tions on the policy of India with ref. to the invasion of 
Burmah. — Outlines of the life of Lafayette. — Re- 
marks on the present state of the law, its administration 
and abuses. — Blaquidre, E. Greece and her claims. — 
Jemmett, II. Letter to Peel, on arrest for debt. — 
Preface to the appendix to the 1st ed. of the St:itistical 
illustrations of the British Empire. — Tomlinson, J. C. 
Phrenology consistent with Christianity. — Law, G. H. 
Charge. — Dupin, — . Proces du 'Constitutionnel'; dis- 
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law with respect to assaults. — Hughes, T. 8. Remarks 
on 'An essay on the eternity of the world'. — Powell, 
J. Erroneous consequences of the financial and com- 
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public utility resulting from the jurisdiction of the 
Court of Chancery. — Bird, C. Christian charity; a 
sermon. — Hume, J. Resolutions rel. to the state of 
the nation. 

27. Gardiner, H. Absenteeism considered. — 
Smith, S. Letter to the electors, on the Catholic ques- 
tion. — Croft, J. W. Respective situations of the 
Reformed Church in France, and of the Catholics in Gr. 
Brit, and Ireland; with remarks on Catholic emancipa- 
tion. — Frisell, — . De la constitution de I'Angleterre; 
avec quelques remarques sur I'ancienne constitution de 
la France. — Jemmett, H. On Ricardo's 'Principles of 
pol. oecon'. — Higgins, G. Horse Sabbaticse ; an at- 
tempt to correct certain superstitions resp. the Sabbath. 

— Hughes, T. S. Letter to G. Higgins on his 'Iloraa 
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distress, and the remedy. — Higgins, G. On M'Cul- 
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Joint-stock companies. — Thompson, T. P. Exposition 
of fallacies on rents, tithes, ete. — Catechism on the 
corn laws. — Barker, E. H. Claims of Sir P. Francis 
to the authorship of Junius disproved. — Taylor, SirH. 
Memorandum of the decease of Frederick, Duke of 
York. — Broadhurst, F. A. Word in favor of female 
schools. — Whately, li. Historic doubts rel. to Napo- 
leon Bonaparte. — Objects, advantages, and pleasures 
of science. — Phillpotts, H. Letter on the bill of 1825 
for removing the disqualifications of [the Catholics] ; 

— Letter to Canning on the Catholic question. — Notes 
to H. Taylor's memorandum of the illness and decease 
of the Duke of York. 

28. 1827. 'TemTple,G.,Ld. Nugent. Plain statement 
in siipport of the political claims of the Catholics. — 
The Protestant Tory refuted ; in reply to 'The grand 
vizier unmasked'. — Pickmere, J. R. On midwives, in- 
stead of surgeons, practising midwifery. — Wade, A. 8. 
Letter to G. Canning; vindication of the ministry. — 
Brief reflections regarding the power of the Brit. Em- 
pire. — Forman, Capt. W. Plan for improving the 
revenue of the country. — Whitmore, W. W. Letter 
to the electors of Bridgenorth on the corn laws. — Ob- 
servations on the corn laws; addr. to Whitmore. — 
Walton, W. Affairs of Portugal and Spain. — Piatt, 
T. P. Facts resp. certain versions of Holy Scripture 
pub. by the Brit, and For. Bible Soc. ; in reply to the 
71st no. of the Quart, rev. — Iturbide, A. de. Political 
life; tr. — Burgess, H. Memorial to Ld. Vet. Goderich 
on the fitness of the system of the Bank of Eng. — 
Gisborne, T., Jun. Letter to Rev. H. Philpotts on his 
two letters to Canning. 

29. 1828. Wilmot, Sir E. E. Letter to magistrates 
on the increase of crime. — Letter on the necessity of 
a close alliance between England, France, and the Neth- 
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on Catholic emancipation. — Channing, W. E. Anal- 
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to Peel on his alteration in the law of Eng. [on] the 
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of Chancery of depriving a father of the custody of his 
children. — Merewether, F. Letter to the Quart, rev. 
in furtherance of three articles: Agriculture and rent; 
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waste lands. — Broagham, H. Speech on the present 
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on the report of the finance committee. — Potter, J. P. 
Letter to J. Hughes on the e<Iucatiou proposed by the 
popular parties. — Letters, etc., on the Catholic question 
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Basel, 1589-91. 10 v. in 5. 4". 
Contents. Vol. 1, 1. Paramirum de quiuque entibus 
omnium morborum. — Ein aiiders Opus paiamirum. — 
De generatione hominis. 1, 2. Paragranum, Philo- 
sophia, Astronomia,Alchimia, Virtus Med. — Ein ander 
Paragranum. — Chronica des Landes K'arnten. — Defen- 
siones und Verantwortunge. — Labyrinthus medicorura 
erranlium. — Vom tartarn. — Epislel des Landschatft 
inn Karnten. 2, 3. De viribus membrorum. — De con- 
servatione quatuor elementorum in homine. — Von 
vrsprung vnnd beiluiig der natUralichen Pestilenz, der 
zaubrischen Pestilenz. — Em BUchlein von der Pesti- 
lenz au die Statt Sterzingen. — Von vrsprung und 
vrsachen der Pestilenz an die Btatt Sterzingen. — Vom 
Pestilenz zwei Biicher. — Item drey Biicher. — Col- 
lectanea de peste. — De morbis ex tartaro oriundis. — 
Epist. ad Erasmura. — Erasmi responsio. — De icteri- 
tiis. — Libri xiv. paragraphorum. 2,4. Von deu 
Tartarischen Kranckheiten. — De morbis amentium. — 
De contractoris. — Von Wassersucht, Schwindtsucht, 
Farbsuchten, Colic, Paralyse, Taubsnclit, Wiiinien 
Stullauff. Podagra, den fallenden Sucht Kaltenweh. — 
Vom Podagra. — Vom Epilepsia. — Decaduco matricis. 
3, 5. VoM d«ii Bergkrancklieilen. — Typi de morbis ali- 

quot generaliter agentes. — De febribvs. — Curationis 
morborum tartareorum fragm. — Ettliche consilia medico. 

— Ettliche fragmenta medica zu diesen bisher aui^gang- 
enen fiinft' Theilen. — App. Commentaria in Aphoris- 
mos Hippocratis. — De n)odo phlebolomandi. — Vom 
Gebrauch der Aderlassin im Purgiren.— Vom Schrepffen. 

— Fram. de sangu. min., etc. — De vrinis, de pvlsibvs, 
et de pbysioguoraia medica. — In aphorismos Hippocra- 
tis de vrina tractantes commentaria. — De modo phar- 
macandi. — Vom Purgiren etliche fragmenta. 3, 6. 
Archidoxis ex Theophrastia Paracelsi pars I. — De 
renovatione et restauratione. — De longa vita ein Buch 
Teutsch. — De vita longa Latine libri v ex trjms. lo. 
Oporini. — Ettliche Teutsche fragmenta der Biicher de 
vita longa. — De praeparationibus libri duo. — Process 
den spiritum vitrioli zu machen. — De natura rerum IX 
Biicher. — De tinctvra physicorvra. — Das Vexierbuch 
sen Caelum philosophorum. — Thesavrvs alchemistarvm. 

— De cementis. — De gradalionibvs. — Cementvm super 
Venerem ex Marte. — Das Manual de lapide philosoph- 
orum. — Ratio extrahendi ex omnibus metallis mercu- 
rium, suliihur, et crocum. 4, 7. Intimatio Basileae 
publicata qua studioei ad novae raedicinae studium 
vndique aduocabantur. — De gradibvs rerum naturalium 
et compositionibus reniediorum, itemq; de eorumdosi- 
bus et administrationibus libri vil Latine ex vers. lo. 
Oporini. — Herbarius. — Von den natiirlichen Dingen 
das erste Buch. — Vom Turpentin. — Vom Honig. — 
De xylohebeni praeparatione et usu. — De curalione 
rupturse. — De mumiae praeparatione et usu, ex vers. lo. 
Oporini. — Liber principiorum. — De thermis. — Vom 
Bad Pfeflfers. — De gradibus et compositionibus. — 
Fragm. de re herbaria. — De thermis fUiiff fragmenta. 
4, 8. Philosophise ad Athenieiises drey Biicher. — Ex 
anatomico opere fragm. — Philosophiae de generationi- 
bus et fructib. quatuor elementorum II. i v. — Philosophiae 
de generatione hominis libellus. — De meteoris ein 
Buch. — Opusc. de meteoris in fiinff BUcher. — Ein 
anders Buch meteorum. — Zwene prologi in die gantze 
Phiios. de gen. element. — De elemento aeris. — Von 
Verstossung Lvciferi vnd Adae. — Liber tertius meteo- 
rum de impressionibus ignis. — Andere capita meteorica. 

— De generatione metallorum et mineralivra. — Sehcd- 
ula de mineralibus Latina. — Von den naturlichen 
Wassern, lll.-v. Buch. 5, 9. Vol. primiim philo- 
sophiee: De lunaticis. — De generatione stultorum. — 
De nymphis, sylphis, pyginaeis, et salamandris. — De 
arte praesaga. — De bona et mala fortuna. — De vera 
iniluentia rerum. — De inuentione rerum. — De votis 
alienis. — De sanctorum authoritate, beneficiis, signis 
et blasphemiis. — De superstilionibus et ceremoniis. — 
De sagis. — De daemoniacis et obsessis. — De somniis. 

— De sanguine ultra mortem. — De animabus hominnm 
post mortem apparentib. — De virtute imaginaliva. — 
De characteribus. — De homunculis et monstris. — De 
animalibus ex sodomia natis. — Philosophia occulta. — 
Do imaginibus. — Vom Vnterscheidt der Zeit. — Von 
Geberung vnd Erhaltungd. vier elementischen Cbrpern. 
— Vom Fleisch vnd Mvmia. — Vom Vnterscheidt der Lei- 
ber vnd Geister. — Vom Schlaft" vnd Wachen der Leiber 
vnd Geister. — Vom Fundament vnd Vrsprung der 
Weisheit vnd Kiinsten. — Fragm. : De fundamento 
sapientiae et scientiarum. — De euntibus in somno, etc. 

— De generatione stultorum. 5, 10. Philosophia 
sagax Oder astronomia magna. — Erklarung der gantzen 
Astronomey. — Practica in scientia divinationis. — Er- 
klarung der naturlichen Astronomey. — Probatio in 
scientlam nigromanticam, sigiiatam artium incertarum, 
manuaiis mathemalicaB. — Fragmenta vnd schedulae. 
App. : Azot, sen, De ligno et linea vitae. — Archidoxeos 
magicae sieben Biicher. — Ein Auslegungxxx magischer 
Figuren, so zu Niirnberg im CarthcuserCloster gefunden 
worden. — Prognostication zukilnfftiger Geschichten. — 
Ausslegung etlicher Figuren auss dem ersten Theil dess 
Liecliteiibergers. — Fasciculus prognosticationum astro, 

— Nine books of the nature of things, (/n Sendivogius, 

M. New light of alchymie. 1650.) 

Paradin, Guillaume. Niceron, J. P. (In his Mem.,v. 33.> 

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Contents. Glasse, S. .'\dvice from a lady of quality 
to her children. — Gregory, J. Father's legacy to his 
daughters. — Miscel. extracts. 
Parents. Comstock, C. Essays on the duties of 
P. and of children. Hartford, 1810. 12°. 
See also Children ; — Mother ; — Youth. 
Parent's assistant ; by M. Edgeworth. Boston, 

[182-?]. 24". 
Parent's assistant. The, and Sunday school book. Boston, 

1822. 8°. (C 119) 
Parent's friend ; or. Extracts from works on edu- 
cation. Phila., 1803. 2 v. 8". 
Parent's gift ; or, Youth's magazine. 1830, 31. Vol. 

1, 2. Phila., 1830, 31. 2 v. 16°. 
Parent's monitor and teacher's assistant ; comp. 
by A. Bullard. Vol. 2. Boston, 1829. 18°. 
Parents pauvres, Les; par H. de Balzac. Paris, 

1865.16°. (CEuvres, v. 15, 16.) 
Pareto, Agostino. Paketo, D. {In Orillo, L. Elogi di 

Liguri,v. 3. 1846.) 
Pareto, D. See the previous entry. 
Pareus or Waengler, Daniel, d. 1635. Niceron, J. P. 

{In his Mem., v. 43. 1745.) 
Pareus or Waengler, David, d. 1622. Operum 
theologicorum torn. 1. Vsenit, 1628. f°. 
Contitits. Vita Parei, k P. Pareo. — Commentarius 
in Genesin. in prophetiam Hosea-. — Notie breviores in 
pr )ph. Joclis, Haggtei, Amos. — Com. in evang. S. Mat. 




— Corpus doctrinae orthodoxae sive Catechetica- 

rum explicationum Z. Ursini opus absolutum 
D. Parei ; adj. sunt Miscellanea catechetica. 
Ed. nova. Heidelberga?, 1616. 8°. 

Sute. The 'Misc. calech.' have a separate pag- 
ing and title-page. 

— In Genesin Mosis comment. Genevse, 1614. 4°. 

— De potestate eccles. el civili earundemque vin- 

dicatio. Ed. 2a. Franc, 1633. 18°. 

— NlCEROy, J. P. (/« his Mena., v. 43. 1745.) 
Pareus, David. Predictions. (/« Atwood, W., «d. Won- 
derful predictions. 1659. A 52) 

Pareas or Waengler, Johann Philipp. De imita- 
tioneXerentiana. NeapoliXemetum,1617. 8°. 

— Xarratio de vita D. Parei. (In Pareas, D. Operum 

theol., V. 1. 1628.) 

— NiCERON, J. P. (fn his Mem., v. 43. 174.5.) 
Parfait ingenieur francais, Le, ou La fortification 

oflFensive et defensive. Amst., 1734. 4'^. 

Parfaits amnnii. Les; ou, Les metamorphoses; comedie, 
[par G. F. P. de St. Fois]. Phhs, 1751. 8". (C 287) 

Parfre, Ihan. Candlemas Day; or, The killing of the chil- 
dren of I^irael; a mystery. {In Hawkins, T. Ori- 
gin of Eng. dr., v. 1. 1773.) 

Parga. De Bosset, C. P. Parga and the Ionian 
Islands ; a refutation of mis-statements. 
London, 1821. 8". 

— Gr. Brit. Pari. Papers relating to Parga. [LondoD, 

18-.».] r. (E166) 
Paria, Lo; tragedie. See Delavigne, J. F. C. 
Pariati, Pietro. Costantino; drama per musica. Venezia, 

1711. 120. (D48) 

— Poesie drammatiche. (Vols. 9-11 of Zeno, A. Poesie 

dram. 1786.) 
Parien, Marie Louis Pierre Felix Esquiroa de. Rapport 

Bur I'enseignement administratif et politique. (/» 

Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Sci. ilor. Mem., v. 12. 1865.) 
Parini, Giuseppe, il abate. Opere ; pub. Oda F. 

Reina. Milano, 1801-04. 6 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. II mattino. — II mezzogiorno. — 
II vesiro. — La notte. — L'auto da fe. — Sopra la 
guerra. — Al barone de' Martini. — Frammenti del 
poemetto snila Coloona infame. 2. Sonetti. — Odi. — 
Canzonette. — Frammenti. 3. Scherzi. — Canzone. — 
Novelle. — Sonetti. — Capitoli. — Pistola. — Prologo. 
— Traduzioni. — Poesie pastoral!. — Epigrammi. — 
Poesie drammatiche. — Festa teatrale. 4. Elogi. — 
Discorsi. — Dialogo. — Letteri. — Xovella. — Pensieri 
varii. 5. Programmi di belle arti. — Pareri e giudi- 
zii letterarii. 6. De' principii delle belle lettere appli- 
ciiti alle belle arti. 

— II giorno. — Odi. — Canzonette. — Sonetti. — II laaro. 

— In morte d^l Barbiere. — Alcanonico Agndio. 

— Lo studio, (/h Poeti ital. contemp. 1843.) 

— Lettere. {In Raccolta di prose e let , v. 2. 1830.) 

— C.vNTC, C. L'abate Parini e la Lombardia nel 

secolo passato. Milano, 1854. 12". 
Xote.- This contains 'II giorno'. 

— GiiSTi. G. Delia vita e delle opere di G. Parini. 

(/n his Scritti vari. 1863.) 
Paris, M. Bibliotheca Parisiana ; catalogue of 

books sold, London; [with ms. prices]. 

London, [1791]. 8°. 
Paris, Ale.xis Paulin. De la necessite de publier 

le catalogue general des livres imprime [de la 

Bibliotheque Royale], 2ded. Paris, 1847. 8°. 

— Nouvelles recherches sur le veritable auteur du 

Songe du vergier, le, 2e mem. (In Paris. Inst. 
Ac. d. Inscr., Meui., v. 15. 1845.) 
Paris, Antoine Louis. Dictionnaire des anoblisse- 
menis, 1804-68; par une societe d'heraldistes 
sous la direction de L. P. Paris, 1869. 2 v. 8". 

— Diet, des anohlissements, 1270-1790. See Goordon de 

Genonillac, X. J. H. 

— Indicateur du grand armorial general de 

France, par C. d'Hozier. Paris, 1865. 2 v. 8°. 

— Negociations, lettres, et pieces diverses rel. au 

regnede Francois II. Paris, 1841. 4°. (Doc. 
Paris, Francois de. Recueil des miracles operes au Paris. Par., 1732. 10 ▼. 12° 

Paris, Francois Edmond. L'art naval a TExpos. 

Univ. deLondres, 1862. Paris, 1863. 8° a»irf 

Atlas f°. 
Paris, Gaston. Histoire poetique de Charlemagne. 

Paris, 1865. 8". 
Paris, John. Sermon before Brig.-Gen. Hoke's 

Brigade, Kinston, N. C„ Feb. 28, on the 

death of 22 men executed for desertion. 

Greenborough, 1864. 8". 
Paris, John Ayrton. Life of Sir Humphrey Daw. 

London', 1831. 4". 

— Pharmacologia. 3d ed. London, 1820. 8*'. 

— Same. 3d Amer. from the 6th Lond. ed., by 

A. W. Ives. X. Y., 1825. 2 v. 8°. 

— Same. From 9th London ed., with notes by 

C. A. Lee. X. Y., 1844. 8°. 

— Treatise on diet. Phila., 1826. S°. 

— Same. 2d ed. London, 1827. 8°. 

— Same. Phila., 1841. 8". 

Paris, Louis Philippe Albert d'Orleans, comte de. 
Les associations ouvrieres en Angleterre. 
Paris, 1869. 18°. 

— Eng. Trades* unions of England ; tr. by N. 

J. Senior, T. Hughes. Lond., 1869. 8". 

— Several articles.] {In Revue d. D. Mondes, fev. 1863 - 

mai 1875.) 
Paris or Parisiensis, Matthaeus. See Mattlueos Paris. 
Paris, Les comtes de. MorRix, E. Les comtes de 

Paris; histoire de Tavenement de la 3e race. 

Paris, [1869]. 18°. 


MS' Arrangement. A. Works of and abont dep.nrt- 
ments of the government. B. Works about Paris, 
under heads Antiquities, — Architecture and Art, — 
Bibliography. — Charities, — Commerce. — Descrip- 
tion, — Maps, — Education, — Fortifications, — His- 
tory, — Hospitals. — Iiidustri', — Prison, — Water, 
Sewage, c. Associations, etc., viz. : Benevolent and 
Moral. — Business, — Clubs, — Ecclesiastical, — Gal- 
leries, Museums, Artistic associations, — Industrial 
exhibitions, — Libraries, — Literary and Scientific, — 
Political, — Theatres. 


— Abattoirs. H.vkewill, J. Plan of the A. 

London, 1828. 4". 

L.A.VOISIER, A. L. Des projets pour eloigner les 

tueries de I'enterieur de P. {In his CEuvres, v. 3. 

— Chdtelet. Procedure criminelle instruite au 

Chatelet de Paris sur la denonciation des 
faits arrives a Versailles dans la joumee du 
6 octobre 1789. Paris, 1790. S°. 
Desmaze, C. Le Chdtelet de Paris, son or- 
ganisation, ses privileges, etc. Paris, 1863. 8°. 

— Conseil de Salubrite. Rapports generaux, 1829- 

39. Paris, 1840. 4°. 

— Ekiiix. See p. 2232 {Water, Sewage). 

— Electeurs de Paris. Proces- verbal des seances, 

etc., red. par Baillv et Duvevrier. Paris, 
1790. 3 v. (v. 2 w.)! 8°. 

— Entrepots. Appel au Conseil d'Etat sur les cabiers de 

charge et les adjudications des deux entrepots de 
Paris. «. p., [1833]. 8". (B 1083) 

— Heraldry. Beacmoxt, P. F. [Xoms, qualitez, 

et armes des gouverneurs, des prevots, cfc, 
de la ville de Paris. Paris, 1776.] f. 

— Hopitaux. See p. 2232. 

— H6tel de Ville. Registres de I'Hotel de Ville 

de Paris pendant la Fronde ; pub. pour la 
Soc. del'Histoire de France. Paris, 1846. 8°. 

— Municipality. France. Assemblee Xationale. Plan 

de la municipalite de Paris, presente par le Coraite 
des 24, adopte provis. par les 280,et soumis au Comite 
de Constitution. (/« Bachez, P. J. B., and Roaz. 
P. C. Hist, pari., v. 4. 1834.) 

— Octroi. See Industry (p. 2232). 



PARIS (Description) 

- Police. Manuel, L. P. La police de Paris 

devoilee. Paris, an ii [1794]. 2 v. 8°. 

- Pre'vdt (Et.HoileaiU and successors). Reglemens 

sur les arts et metiers de Paris, red. au 13e 
sifeele, et connus sous le nom du Livre des 
metiers d' E. Boileau ; pub. par G. B. Dep- 
ping. Paris, 1837. 8°. 
See also Chdtelei (p. 2229). 



• JoLliOls, J. B. P. Sur leg antiqiiitea romaines et gallo- 
romaines de Paris, (/n Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Inscr. 
Div. sav., 2e ser., v. 1. 1843.) 


- Krafft, J. C. Recueil des plus jolies maisons 

de Paris et ses environs, [1789-18091. 2e pte. 
Paris, 1809. obi. T. 

- Qatteaux, N. M. Projet d'un monument pour con- 

sacrer la Revolution. Paris, [17— ?]. 4°. (A 74) 

- Daly, C. L'architecture privee au 19e siecle. 

Paris, 1864. 3 v. f", 

- POYET, B. Projets de places et edifices i eriger pour 

la gloire et I'utilit^ de la repub. Paris, an viii 
[1800]. 4°. (A 74) 

- Thiollet, F. Choix de maisons, etc., de Paris 

et ses environs, 1820-29. Paris, 1829. obi. 4°. 

- Calliat, V. Parelldle des maisons de Paris 

con8truitesdepuisl830[-50]. Paris,1850. f. 

- Bibliotheque du Roi. Boullke, M. Memoire sur les 

nioyens de procurer k la Bibliotfaeque du Roi les 
avantnges que ce monument exige. t.p.w. fParis, 
1785.] r. (E126) 

- Ecoles de Chirurgie. GoNDOiN, — . Description. 

Paris, 1780. f° 

- Eglise de Vlldtel des Invalides. Plans, n.t.p. 

- Fountains. Duval, A. Les fontaines [1607- 

1813]; planches par Morsy. Paris, 1813. f. 

- Halle aux Vina. H£rail & Cie. Monument d'utilite 

pub., decrete par Napoleon I. [Par.. 1808.] 4°. (A 74) 

- Louvre. Baltard, L. P. Sur la reunion des 

palaces des Tuileries et du L. Par., 1811. i°, 

- Notre Dame, Monographie de Notre-Dame 

de Paris et de la nouvelle sacristie de Lassus 
et VioUet de Due ; prec. d'un notice histo- 
rique par Celtibere. Paris, [1857?]. f°. 

- Duchalais, a. I,a terre et la mer a Notre-Dame. 

{In Annales archeol., v. 6. 1847.) — Gobineau de 
Montluisant, E. {In v. 21. 1861.) 

- - JoLiMONT, F. T. de. Vues pittoresques de la 

Cathedral de Paris, dessines par Chapuy ; 
avec une texte. Paris, 1826. 4°. 

- Sauvagegt, C. La porte des martyrs i Notre Dame. 

{In Annales archeol., v. 22. 1862.) 

- - ViOLLET LE Due, E. La fleche de Notre-Dame. {In 

Gazette de beaux-arts, v. 6. 1860.) 

- Pantheon. GisORS, A. J. B. G. Essais sur la res- 

tauration des supports de la tour du dome du Pan- 
theon fran^. Paris, an vil [1799]. 4°. (A 74) 

- Petit-Radel, L. F. Projet pour la restaurati^n du 

Pantheon fraiKjais. Paris, an vil [1799]. 4°. (A 74) 

- - Peyre, a. M. Restauration du Pantheon 

franqais. Paris, an vii [1799]. 4°. 

- RODELET, J. Descr. du Pantheon Vrancais [com- 

mence en 1757]. Paris, 1804. 8°. (B 699) 

- Place de la Concord. Description de la Place, ex- 

plication des statues. Paris, 1838. 12°. (C 275) 

- St. Denis. Verneilh, Le premier des monu- 

ments gothiques. (/n Annales archeol., V. 23. 1863.) 

- Tuileries. See, above, Louvre. 

See also (p. 2230, 1) Description (Legrand, J. G. 
1806, 1818) ; — (p. 2233) Galleries (Soubise). 


- Art, L'. {In Paris guide, v. 1. 1867.) 

- ScHLEGEL, F. von. Gemahldebeschrejbungen aus 

Paris und den NIederlanden, 1802-04. {In his 
Sammt. Werke, v. 6. 1846.) 

Waagen, G. F. Kunstwerke und Kiinstler in 
Paris. Berlin, 1839. 8°. 

Greswell, W. p. Annals of Parisian typo- 
graphy. London, 1818. 8". 

- "View of the Parisian early Greek press. Ox- 

ford, 1840. 2 V. 8°. 
Maittaire, M. Historia typographoruin aliquot 
Parisiensium vitas et libros complectens. 
Londini, 1717. 8°. 

See also Estienne ; — Grolier ; — also Libra- 
ries (p. 2234). 


Carre, T. Pietas Parisiensis; description of charity 
in Paris. (/« Amydenus.T. Pietas Romaiia. 1687.) 

France. Slinistere de VJnterieur. Arretes et in- 
structions concern, les bureaux de I'admin. des bos. 
pices. Paris, an X [1802]. 8°. (B 805) 

- Reglement du conseil gen. d'adniin. des hospices 

civils de Paris. Paris, an x [1802]. 8°. (B 805) 

- Rfeglement pour I'admin. des secours a domicile de 

P.-iris. Paris, an IX [1801]. 8°. (B 805) 

Almanach du commerce, par J. de la Tynna, 
1809, 10, 15. Paris, [1809-15]. 3 v. 8° 


LURINE, L. [To 1844.] See History {p. "23^1). 

Franklin, A. Etude historique et topo- 
graphique sur le plan de Paris de 1540, dit 
plan de tapisserie. Paris, 1869. 18°. 

Lister, M. Journey to Paris, 1698. London, 
1699. 8". 

- Same. {In Pinkerton. J. Col. of voy.. v. 4. 1809.) 

• DETAIL sur quelques etablissemens de la ville de 

Paris. Paris. 1780. 8°. (C 165) 
Mercier, L. S. Tableau de P. (Vol. 1-8, nouv. 

ed. aug.) Amsterdam, 1782. 12 v. 8". 
Andrews, J. Letters to a young gentleman 

setting out for France ; cont. a survey of 

Paris and a review of French literature. 

London, 1784. 8°. 

• Short sketch of a short trip to Paris in 1788. {In 

Pamphleteer, 1814; v. 3 of B 838) 
Stearns, S. Tour from London to Paris, 

[1790]. Dublin, 1791. 12". 
■ KoLLOFF, E. Das gesellige Leben vor und nach der 

Schreckenszeit in Paris. {In Historiscbes Tasch- 

enbuch, 1863.) 
LiGNE, C. J., prince de. Memoire sur Paris. {In his 

Melanges, v. 10. 1796; — CEuvres, v. 2. 1809;— v. 2. 

JouHAUD, P. Paris dans le 19e siecle. Paris, 

1809. 8°. 
Desnoyes, L., and others. Les etrangers k 

Paris; ill. par Gavarni, e<c. Paris,[18— ]. 8°. 
Lemaistre, J. G. Rough sketch of modern 

P., letters, 1801-02. 2'd ed. Lond., 1803. 8° 
Manuel du vovageur k Paris. Paris, an ix 

[1801]. 16°. ' 
Weston, S. The praise of Paris ; sketch in 

1802. London, 1803. 8°. 
Benzenberg, J. F. Briefe auf einer Reise nach 

Paris im 1804. Dortmund, 1805-06, 2 v. 8°. 
Walter, A. M. Journal kept chiefly in Paris, 

July 3 - Sept. 4, [1804?]. f°. ms. 
Panorama de Paris et de ses environs. Paris, 

1805. 2 v. 12". 
Paris et ses curiosites, avec hist, et descr. des 

environs. 7eed. aug. Paris, 1806. 2 v. 12°. 
Legrand, J. G., and Landon, C. P. Descrip- 
tion de Paris et de ses edifices. Paris, 1806- 

09. 2v. 8°. 
Varnhagen von Ense, K. A. Aufenthalt In P. im 

Jahre 1810. {In Historisches Tascbenb. 1846.) 

PARIS (DGScrip.) 


PARIS (History) 

— Alison, Sir A. Paris In 1814. (In hit Misc. essays. _ 


— El-stace, J. C. Letter from Paris to G. Petre. Lon- 

don, 18U. 8°. {B 1421) 
_ Few weeks in Paris, A. Boston, 1814. 12°. 

— Hericart de Thcry, L, Description des 

catacombes de Paris. Paris, 1815. 8". 

— Scott, J. Paris revisited in 1815. London, 

1816. 8°. 

— Legrand, J. G., and Laxdox, C. P. Descrip- 

tion de Paris et de ses edifices. 2e ed. aug. 
Paris. 1818. 2 v. 8°. 

— History of P., cont. a descr. of its antiq., etc. See 

HUtory (History) in the next column. 

— BOERNE, L. Schilderungen aus Paris, 1822, 23. (Vol. 

5 of his Gcsammelle Schrifteii. 1840.) 

— Plaxta, E. New picture of Paris. 15th ed. 

enl. London, 1827. 16°. 

— PuGix, A. W. N. Paris and its environs ; views 

engr. bv C. Heath [1828-31]. Lbnd., 1830- 
31. 2 v". 4°. 

— Doix, G. T., and Chartox, E. Lettres snr Paris. 

Paris. 1830. 8°. (B 1055) 

— Lacroix, P. [1834.] See Ifistory, in the next column. 

— Saxdersox. J. American in Paris, [1835-36]. 

Phila., 1839. 2 v. 12°. 
Sketches of P., [1835-36], Phila., 1838. 12°. 

— Girardix, Mme. D. G. Le vicomte de Launay ; 

lettres parisiennes, [1836-48]. Paris, 1856. 
3 V, 16°. 

— Marchaxt de Beaumoxt, F. M. Nouveau 

conducteur de I'etranger k Paris. 19e ed., 
aug. par E. Hocquart. Paris, 1837. 18°. 

— Philipox, C. Paris et ses environs reprod. par 

le daguerreotvpe. Paris, 1840. 4°. 

— Gore, 3/»«.C.G. F. Paris in 1841. London. 

1842. 8°. (Heath's picturesque annual. 1842.) 

— Ixdispensable English vade meciim, or. Pocket corn- 

panion to Paris. 6th ed. Paris. 1841. 32*. (D 40) 

— Jaxix, J. L'hiver et I'ete a Paris; illust. par E. 

Lami: L'ete. Paris, [1843]. 4°. 

— Galigxaxi's new Paris guide. Paris, 1844. 16°. 

— Briffavlt, E. Paris k table. Paris, 1846. 8°. 

— DcCamp, M. Paris, ses organes, ses fonctions, 

etsa vie dans la 2e moitie du 19e siecle, [1850- 
75]. (Tome2, 2eed.) Paris, 1869-75. 6 v. 8°. 

— Guide complet et officiel. Paris, 1850. 18°. 

— Head, Sir F. Faggot of French sticks, [1861]. 

London, 1852. 2 v. 8°. 

— Lefeuve, C. Les anc. maisons de Paris sous 

Napoleon in, [1852-73]. Par., 1863. 4 v. 16°. 

— Jarves, J.J. Parisian sights and French prin- 

ciples. N. Y., 1852. 12° 

— Jerrold, W. B. On the Boulevards, 1853- 

66. Phila., 1867. 2 v. 12°. 

— Abrott, J. Rollo in Paris. Boston, 1854. 12° 

— St. Johx, B. Purple tints of Paris. N. Y., 

1854. 12°. 

— Moxtemart-Boisse, F. J. L., baron de. La vie 

elegante k Paris. 2e ed. Paris, 1858. 16°. 

— Pelletax, E. La nouvelle Babylone, [1862]. 

2eed. Paris, 1863. 8°. 

— Jerrold, B. The children of Lutetia, [1863]. 

London, 1864. 2 v. 8°. 

— TfRGAX, J. Les omnibus de Paris, (/n hi* Les 

grandes usines de France, v. 3. 1863.) 

— Guthrie, T. Out of harness ; sketches, narra- 

tive and descriptive, [1864]. Lond., 1867. 8°. 

— Haxdbook for visitors to Paris. London, Mur- 

ray, 1864. 16°. 

— Axsted, D. T. Black's guide to Paris and the 

exhibition of 1867. Edin.. 1867. 12°. 

— Ebelixg, a. Sketches of modern Paris ; tr. by 

F. Locock, [1867?]. London, 1870. 8°. 

Galigxaxi's new Paris guide for 1867. Paris, 
London, 1867. 16°. 

— Jerrold, W. B. The cockaynes in Paris, 
[1867]. London, [1871]. 8°. ' 

— Paris guide. Paris, 1867. 2 v. 8°. 

— RoBixsox, W. The parks, promenades, and 
gardens of Paris. London, 1869. 8°. 

— JoAxxE, A. Paris illustre en 1870. 3eed. Paris, 
n.d. 16°. (Itin. gen. de la France.) 

See also Paris 4 I'envers. 18.13 ; — also Thackeray, 
M.T. Paris sketck book [1840] ; — also ArchiUcture 
(p. 2230). 


— BoNxisEL, J. Nouveau plan routier de Paris. 
Paris. 1816. f°. 

— Florisi. M. La nobilissima et grande citti di Parigi. 
n.p., [16—]. (E 78, no. 26) 

— Lehoy. J. Plan de Paris et son enceinte. Paris, 

— Nouveau plan de Paris. Paris, 1807. 

— Nouveau plan de Paris ; rev. et aug. Paris, 
Le Rot, 1832. 

— VuiLLEMix. A. Nouveau plan illust. de Paris. 
Paris, 1848. 

Kote. There are alsom.ips in the enide books, as 
Joanne. Galigxani. Murray's Haxdbook, etc. 

See Commeice (p. 2230). 


— Cross, J. Sketches of the medical schools of 
Pans. London, 1815. 8°. 


— Arago, D. F. (/n his (Envres, v. 6. 1856.) 

See Architecture (p. 2230). 

See A (p. 2229). 

tS" See also France: History (p. 1039-49). 

— Dictionary. BeRAUD, A., and Dufey, P. Dic- 
tionnaire historique de Paris. 2e ed. Paris, 
1828. 2 V. 8°. 

— Ckaik, G. L. Paris and its historical scenes. 
London, 1831. 2 v. 12°. (Lib. ent. kn., 
V. 20. 21.) 

— Davesies de Poxtes, L. Etudes sur I'histoire 
de Paris ancien et moderne. Paris. 1865. 12°. 

— Dulaure. J.A. Histoire de Paris. 7eed.. aug. 
de notes, etc., par J. L. Belin. Paris, 1839. 
4 V. and Atlas 8°. 

— History of Paris, containing a description of 
its antiquities, public buildings, etc.; with app. 
London. Paris, 1825. 3 v. 8°. 

— Lacroix, P. Curiosites de I'histoire du vieux 
Paris. Paris, 1858. 16°. 

— LuRixE. L. Les rues de Paris. Paris, 1844. 

2 V. 8°. 

— PoxTHiEU, A. de. Legendes du vieux Paris. 
Paris, 1867. 12°. 

— Saixt- Victor. J. M. B. B. de. Tableau his- 
torique et pittoresque de P. Paris, 1808-11. 

3 v. 4°. 

— Freeman, E. A. Early sieges of Paris, [to976J. {In 
his Historical essays, v. 1. 1871.) 

— Paris sous Philippe-le-Bel, [1285-1314]. Paris, 
1837. 4°. (Doc. ined.) 

— COQCEREL, A. J.,^/«. Histoire da Roe des Marais- 
8aint-GermaiD,aujourd'hui Rue Visconti, [1540-68]. 
{In his Libres etudes. 1868.) 

— Merivale, A. The streets of Paris in the 17th cen- 
tury, [1600-17001. (/n his Historical studies. 1865.) 

PARIS (History) 


PARIS (Societies) 

- MoNTJOiE, C. F. L. V. delaT. Histoire dela 

conjuration de L. P. J. d'Orleans, [1747-93]. 

Paris, 1796. 3 v. S". 
■ Blondel, J. F. Festes donnees par la ville de 

Paris k I'occasion du mariage de Mme. 

Louise-Eliz. et Philippe, 1739. Paris, 1740. f°. 
Dauban, C. a. Paris, 1794-95, histoire de la 

rue, du club, de la famine. Paris, 1869. 8°. 
Peltier, J. G. Paris pendant les annees 

1795-1801. Londres, 1795-1801. 31 v. 8°. 
QlRAUD, P. F. F. J. Campagne de Paris en 1814; 

prec. d'uii coup d'oeil sur celle de 1813. 4e 6d. 

Paris, 1814. 8°. (C 89) 
Ernouf, a. a., le baron. Histoire de la der- 

niere capitulation de Paris, [1815]. Paris, 

1859. 8". 
HoBHOusE, J. C. Letters from Paris in 1815. 

London, 1816. 2 v. 8°. 
Borne, L. Briefe aus Paris, [1830-33]. N.Y., 

1858. 2 V. 12". 
WiKOFF, H. A New Yorker in the foreign 

office, and his adventures in Paris, [1849-55]. 

London, 1858. 12". 
Tenot, E. Paris en Decembre 1851 ; etude 

hist, sur le coup d'etat. 6eed. Par., 1868. 8". 

- Eng. Paris in December 1851; tr. from the 

13th Fr. ed., with notes bv S. W. Adams and 
A. H. Brandon. N. ¥., 1870. 8". 
American thanksgiving in Paris, Dec. 7, 1865. Paris, 
1865. 8". (B1537) 

Siege of 1870-71. 
Bingham, Hon. Capt, Journal of the siege of 

Paris. London, 1871. 8°. 
Bowles, T. G. Defence of Paris narrated as 

seen. liOndon, 1871. 8°. 
Fetridge, W. p. The rise and fall of the 

Paris Commune. N. Y., 1871. 8°. 
Galignani's messenger ; diary of the siege of 

P., taken from G. London, 1871. 16°. 
Labouchere, H. Du P. Diary of the besieged 

resident in Paris. From the 'Daily news'. 

London, 1871. 8". 

- Same. N. Y.. 1871. 8°. 

Leighton, J. Paris under the Commune ; or, 

Seventy-three days of the second siege. 

London, 1871. 8".' 
Lettre-jouknal de Paris ; gazette des absents. 

Nos. 1-40; Oct. 1870 - fev. 1871. [Paris, 

1871.] 8". 
Macdowall, C. S. Parisiana ; bombardment. 

London, 1871. 8°. 
MoLiNARi, G. de. Les clubs rouges pendant 

le siege de Paris. 2e ed. Paris, 1871. 18°. 
PoiNsoT, A. E. Journal du siege de Paris. 

Paris, [1871-74]. 3 v. 8". 
Sarcey, F. Paris during the siege ; tr. from 

the French. London, 1871. 8°. 
Sheppard, N. Shut up in Paris. London, 

1871. 8". 

See. aUo Bastile ; — Montmartre ; — Pont 
Neuf; —also a (p. 2229). 

SiMMS, F. Winter in Paris ; obs. of French 
medical and sanitary matters, 1865-66. Lon- 
don, 1866. 16". 

See also Hopital Neaker, in the next column. 
Chevalier, M. L'industrie et I'octroi de Paris. 
2e ed. Paris, 1867. 8". 

See Bastile (p. 224). 

Water, Sewage. 

— France. Prefecture de la Seine. Memoire sur 

la distribution des eauxdu Canal de I'Ourcq 

dans I'interieur de Paris ; par P. S. Girard. 

Paris, 1812. 4". 
Memoire sur les eaux de Paris ; presente a la 

comra. municip. par [G. E. Haussmann]. 

Paris, 1854. 4°. 
Recherches statistiques sur les sources du 

Bassin de la Seine ; par E. Belgrand. Paris, 

1854. 4°. 

— Rammell. T. W. The cesspool system ill Paris, (.-(p- 

»«radj> 4 o/' Great Britain. Gen. Board of Health . 
Report on the supply of water, v. 1. 1850.) 

associations, «<c. 

benevolent and moral associations. 

— Creches. Pomp^e. P. C. ot asiles. (/« France. Com. 

Imp. de VExpoH. de 1867. Rapport, v. 13.) 

— - Cr6che St. Louis d'Antin. Capelle, Afme. Manuel. 

2e ed. Paris, 1850. S°. (B 1549) 

— Hopital Necker. Bricheteau, J. Medical 

clinics; tr. by R. Dunglison. Phila., 1837. 8°. 

— Societe de la Morale Chretienne. Journal. 

[Paris, 1822]-25. 5 v. 8". 

— - Asscmblee ceii. annnello, ler mai 1829; discnurs 

d'ouverture^^parM. Guizot. [Paris, 1830.] 8°. (B930) 

Distribution of prizes in Paris, on peace. London, 

1842. 12". (C 183) 

— - Programme d'un prix de LWO fr. sur la question de 

la peine demort. n.t.p. [Paris, 1825.] 8°. (B 1003) 

— - Same. 2000 fr. destine au meilleur oiivrage en faveur 

de la liberte des cultes. n.t.p. [Paris, 1825.] 8°. 

— - Traite des negres; renseignemens tendant a prouver 

la continuation de ce trafic [Pans, 1824.] 8°. (B1003) 
Note. Extracted from the Journal de la Societe 
de la Morale Chretienne, v. 1-4. 

— - Comite de Charile, et de Bienfaisance. Bulletin. 

No. 4. Paris, 1824. 8°. (B 1003) 

Reglement, etc. n.t.p. [Paris, 182-.] S". (B 1003) 

Comite pourV .ibolitionde I'l Traite de» Koirn. Reg- 
lement, etc. n.t.p. [Paris, 182-.] 8°. (B 1003) 

Societe formee a Liverpool pour I'adoucissement 

pt I'abolition graduelle do I'esclavage. n.t.p. 
[Pans, 182- ] 8". (B 1003) 

Inxlilittion pour ten .Teuncn Orphelins. Prospectus. 

n.t.p. [Paris, 1823.] 8°. (B 1003) 

— Soci6t6 G6n6rale des Nauf rages. Journal. Paris, 

1836. 8°. (B 1134) 


— Banque de France. f>ee p. 202. 

Paris and Rouen R. R. Mogg, E. Paris and Rouen R.R. 
and Paris guide. London, 1843. 12°. (D 70) 


— Ath6n6e des Strangers. Prospectus, 1806-07. [Paris, 

1806.] 8". (B 696) 


— Convent of the Conception. (Blue Nuns.) Roke- 

woDE, J. G. Brief history of the late Kng. convent 
at Paris. (/» Archaeologia, v. 28. 1839.) 

— Eglise de I'Hotel des luvalides. See Architecture 

(p. 2230). 

— Notre Dame. Cartulaire. (/n Gu6rard, B. E. C. 

Col. des cartulaires de France, v. 4-7. 1850.) 
See also Architecture (p. 22.30). 

— St. Denis. See Architecture (p. 2230). 

— St. Germain des PrSs. Annales 8. German! Paris., 

466-1061. (/« Pertz, G. H. Mon. Ser., v.3. 1839.) 

— Societe Biblique Protestante. Summary no- 

tice cone. Bible socs. in general, and those of France 
in particular, Jan. 1825: tr. by J. Porter. North- 
ampton. 1827. 8°. (B 1002) 

DouEN, E. O. Histoire de la Soc. [1818-68] ; 

avec notices biog. par Schickler. Par., 1868. 8°. 

— Soci6t6 des Trait6s Religieux. [Publications.] No. 

7, 8. 12,13. 15. Paris, 1822-24. 12°. (C 160) 
Namely. 1822. No. 7. La prifere du cojur. 1824. 
8. Conversation entre deux amis. 2e ed. 12 La croix 
de Christ. 13. La mort de Jesus Christ. 15. La resur- 
rection de J^sus-Christ. 

PARIS (Societies) 


PARIS (Societies) 

MlstES, Les. (/yj Paris guide, v. 1. 1867.) 
Acaddmie Royale. Explication des pelntures, ^cnlp- 

turcs, et graviires exposes au Lonvre. Paris, 1789. 

32^ (C172) 
Cabinet des Medailles, etc. Du Mersan, M. 

Histoire du Cabinet des medailles antiques, 

et pierres gravees; avec notice sur la Biblio- 

theque Koyale. Paris, 1838. 8°. 

- Hagek, J. Description des medailles chinoi- 

ses du Cabinet. Paris, 1805. 4°. 
Louvre. See, btlow, Mnsee du Louvre. 
Luxembourg. See. below, Mus^e Royal du L. 
Lyc6e dea Arts. Rapport sur la manufacture des ta- 

piriserles des Gobelins, n.p.. [18 — ]. 4°. (A 74) 
Mus^ Campana. Ronchaud, L. de, and others. 

Collection Campana. (/n Gazette des beaux-arts, 

V. VZ-U, 19. 1862-65.) 
Musee Central des Arts, Explication des 

ouvrages depeintureet dessins, sculpture, etc., 

des artistes vivans, exposes le 25 fructidor, 

an Till [1800]. Paris, [180-]. 12°. 
-Same. Exposes an ix. n.t.p. [Paris, 18— .] (0 99) 

- Notice des dessins originaux, cartons, etc., ex- 

poses pour la le fois dans la galerie d'A- 
pollon, le 28 thermidor de I'an v de la repu- 
blique frangaise, [1797]. Paris, [179-]. 12°. 

• - Notice des principaux tableaux recueillis 

dans la Lombardie, dediee k I'armee d'ltalie, 
[exposes 1798]. Paris, [179-]. 12°. 

- Notice des principaux tableaux recueillis en 

Italic, [exposes 1799]. Paris, [179-]. 12°. 

- Notice des statues, busies, et bas-reliefs de la 

galerie des antiques du Musee Central des 
Arts, ouverte le 18 brumaire an 9 [1801]. 
Paris, [180-]. 12°. 
-Same. [Avccsuppl.] Paris, [180-]. 12*. (C99,108) 

- Notice des tableaux des ecoles Irangaise et fla- 

mande, exposes le 28 germinal an vii [1799]. 
Paris, [179-]. 12°. 

See also Museum Franqais, in the next tolvmn. 
Musee de I'Artillerie. Notice sur les col- 
lections. Paris, 1842. 12°. 

■ - Another copy. (D 70) 

Musee des Monuments Frangais. Bres, J. 
P. Souvenirs du Musee. Paris, 1821-26. f°. 

- Lexoir, a. Description hist, des monumens 

de sculpture reunis au Musee. 7e ed. Paris, 
1803. 8°. 

- Etiff. Historical description of monuments 
col. in the Museum ; tr. by J. Griffiths. 
Vol. 1. Paris, 1803. 8°. 

- Descrip. hist, des statues, etc. Paris, 1800- 
01. 2 V. 8°. 

- Histoire des arts en France, et descr. hist, des 

statues, etc. Paris, 1810. 8°. 
Musee du Louvre. Notice des tableaux ex- 
poses; par F. Villot. (le pte. Tie ed. ; 2e, 
6e ed.) Paris, 1855. 2 v. 12°. 

Contents. Vol.1. Italie et Espagne. 2. Ecoles 
allemande, flumaiide, et liollandaise. 

■ Alison, A. The Louvre in 1814. (/ji Ai« Miscel. es- 

says. 1845.) 
See aho Mus6am Franqais, next column. 

■ Mus6e Napoleon. Notice des statues, bustes, etc., de 

la galerie des antiques. Paris, [1804]. 8°. (C 99) 
- - ViscosTi, E. Notice des statues, busies, ctbas rtliefK 
dc la galerie des antiques du Musee N. (/n hi» 
Opere vaiie, v. 4. 1831.) 

■ Musee Royal. Explication des ouvrages des 

artistes vivans, 1824, 27, 38, 44. Paris, 1824- 
44. 4 v. 12°. 

• - Notices des tableaux dans la galerie. Paris, 

1818. 12". 

Musee Royal, pub. par H. Laurent, [avec des 

descriptions par Visconti, Guizot, Claracj. 
Paris. 1816-18. 2 v. f°. 

— Musee Royal du Luxembourg. Explication 

des ouvrages de I'ecole modeme, 1818, 42. 
Paris, 1820-42. 2 v. 12°. 

— Museum d'Histoire Natnrelle. Annales. 

Paris, 1802-27. 21 v. 4°. 

Archives. Paris, 1839-41. 3 v. 4°. 

Memoires. Paris, 1815-32. 20 v. 4°. 

Nouvelles annales. Paris, 1832-35. 4 v. 4°. 

— Museum Fran9ais. Tof longeon, F. E. Man- 

uel du Museum. Paris, 1802-08. 10 v. 8°. 

It^ote. The Museum Fran^ais was opened in 1793; it 

was afterwards called Museum Central des Arts; {see 

the previous column) and later Mutee du Louvre. (<fo). 

— Sonbise, Hotel cr Palais de. Glifibey, J. J. Les 

batiments, les tableaux, le musee. (Jn Gazette dis 
beaux arts, v. 26.) 

— Tuileries. Milli>', A.L. Description des statues. 

Paris, an vi, 17fc8. 8°. (C 108) 


— Exposition des Prcduits de I'lndnstrie Fran- 

gaise en 1839. France. VAgric, 
etc. Rapport. Paris, 1839. 3 v. 8". 

— Exhibition Universelle de 1867. Plan d'en- 

semble ; pub. par la Com. Paris, 1867. 
(A map folded.) 

— France. Com. Imp. de VExpos. Rapports du 

jury intemat. pub. sous la direction de M. 
Chevalier. Paris, 1868. 13 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Chevalier, M. Introd. an recuei! 
des rapports du jury inttrnat. Groupe 1. Peintnre, 
dessins, sculpture, ttc-. 2, Groupe 2. Materiel et appli- 
cation des arts liWraux. 3, Groupe 3. Meubles et 
antres objets destines a I'habitation. 4, Groupe 4. 
Vetements, tissus compris, et antres objets portes par 
la personne. 5, 6, 7, Groupe 5. Produits bruts et 
ouvres des industries extractives. 8, 9, 10, Groupe 6. 
Instruments et precedes des arts usucls. 11, Groupe 7. 
Alimeuts, frais ou conserves, a divers degres de prepa- 
ration. 12, Groupe 8. Produits vivants et specimens 
d'etablissements de I'agriculture. Classe74. Specimens 
d'explorations mrales et d'usines agricoles. 75. Che- 
vaux, anes, mulets, etc.; marechalerie. 76. Boeufs, 
buffles, par A. Sanson. 77. Moutons et chevres, par 
M. Magne. 78. Pores et lapins, par M. Reynal et .J. 
Laverriere. 79. Oiseaux de basse-conr, par F. Pre- 
vost. 80. Races canines, par P. Pichot. 81. Insectes 
utiles. 82. Poissons, crustaces, et mollusques, par M. 
de Champeaux. 12, Groupe 9. Produits vivants et 
specimens d'etablissements d'horticniture. 13. Groupe 
10. Objets specialenient exposes en vue d'ameliorer la 
condition physique et njorale de la population. 


— Blake, W. P. Bibliog. of the Exhib. (/n XT. S. 

Com. for the Paris Expos., 1867. Reports, v. 1.) 


— -France. Com. Imp. de V Expos. Catalogue 

general. 2e ed. [Paris, 1867.] 12". 

— — Catalogue officiel des exposants recompenses 

par le jury international. Paris, 1867. 12°. 

li'enquete du lOe groupe rel. aux insti- 
tutions pour ameliorer la condition de la 
population. Paris, 1867. 8". 

Histoire du travail et monuments historiques. 

Paris, London, [1867]. 12°. 

Listedu jury international. Paris, 1867. 12°. 

Alcan, M. Fabrication des etoffes ; etudes 

sur les arts textiles k I'Exposition de 1867. 
Paris, 1868. 2 v. 8° and Atlas f°. 

Arnold. H. P. The great Exhibition. N. Y., 

1868. 8°. 

ArvR.\Y, L. Le Salon de 1867 et I'Expos. 

L'niv. Paris, 1867. 8°. 

Gr. Brit. Ho. of Com. Report from the se- 
lect com. on the Exhibition, n.p., 1867. f°. 

PARIS (Societies) 


PARIS (Soci6ti6S) 

Treasury, Copies of coiTespondence between 

the Treasury, the Dept. of Science and Art, 
and the Com. for the Exhibition, rel. to the 
expenditure to be incurred in connection 
■with that Exhibition, n.p., 1867. f°. 

- - Lacroix, E. Etudes sur I'Expos. Par., 1867- 

68. 4 V. and Atlas 8°. (Vol. 3 incomplete.) 

- - Ofpermann, C. A. Visites d'un ingenieur a 

I'Expos. 2eed. Paris, 1867. 2 v. ane^ Atlas 8". 

- - Paris. Soc. Med. La medicine a 

I'Expos. univ. de 1867. Paris, 1867. 12°. 

- - RiMMEL, E, Recollections of the Exposition. 

Phila., 1868. 8". 

- - Russia. C'o7n, Imp. de I'Expos. Catalogue 

special de la section russe. Paris, 1867. 8". 

- - Schmidt, W. Le Danemark k I'Expos. Paris, 

1868. 8". 

- - Society for the Ekcouragement of Arts. 

Reports of artisans selected by the Society to 
visit the Exhibition. London, 1868. 8". 

- - U. S. Commissioners for the Exposition. Re- 

ports. Wash., 1868-70. 6 v. 8". 

Note. In V. 1 is a General survey and 'Bibliog- 
raphy of the Exhibition'. 

Report on the fine arts ; by F. Leslie. 

Wash., 1868. 4". 
2t'ote. Reprinted from v. 1-3 of the Reports. 

Dept. of State. Message from the Pies, of the 

U. S. trans, a report from the Sec. of State. 
[Washington, 1865.] 8". 

Official correspondence containing general 

regulations, classification of articles, etc. 
"SVash., 1865. 4". 


- Guide des curieux et des etiangers dans les biblio- 

theques publiques de Paris. Paris, 1809. 8°. (C 108) 

- La hoRDE, L. E. S. J., co7nte de. De I'orga- 

nisation des bibliotheques dans Paris. Paris, 
1845-46. 4 pts. 8". 

- Bibliothdque du Ministdre de la Marine, Bibl. da 

Depot G6n. des Cartes et Plans. 6ee. France. 
Jiinintere de la Marine et des Cutonien (p. 1032). 

- Bibliothfeque (Royale, Imperiale) Nationale. 

Departenient des Imprimes. Catalogue de 
I'hist. de France. Paris, 1855-70. 10 v. 4°. 
ContentH. Vol.1. Rapports. — Regies pour le cata- 
logue. — Preliminaires et generalites. — Uistoire par 
epoques. — Hist, par regnes jusqu'i 1643. 2. 1644- 
1792. 3. 1792-1848. 4. 1848-56. — Journaux et publi- 
cations jjeriodiques ou seini-periodiquee. 5. Hist, 
religieuse. 6. Hist, constitutionelle jusqu'i 1848. 7. 
1848-59. — Hist, administrative, — diplomatique, — 
niilitaire. — McBurs et coutumes. — Archeologie. 8, 9. 
Hist, locale. 9. Hist, des classes, — des families. — Biog. 
fian^aise. 10. Biog. fr. — Suppl. : Preliminaires et gene- 
ralites; — Hist, par epoques, — par regnes. 

- — Catalogue des sciences medicales. Tome 1, 

Paris, 1857. 4". 

- — Merlin, R. Reflexions impartiales sur le 

catalogue des livres imprimes de la Biblio- 
theque. Paris, 1847. 8". 

Paris, A. P. De la necessite de commencer, 

achever, et publier le catalogue des livres 
imprimes. 2eed. Paris, 1847. 8" 

. — Techener, J. J. Considerations serieuses a 
propos de diverses publications sur la Biblio- 
theque, suivies du seul plan possible pour en 
faire le catalogue en trois ans. Paris, 1847. 8°. 

- - Departement des Manuscrits. Catalogue des 

manuscrits fran^ais. Tome 1 : Anciens fonds. 
Paris, 1868. 4". 

- — Champollion-Figeac, J. J. Etat actuel des 

catalogues des mss. de la Bibliotheque Royale. 
n.t.p. [Paris, 1847.] 8°. 

Paris. Inst. Ac. des Inscr. Notices et extraits de 

mss. de la Bibliotheque du Roi. See Institut. Ac. 
des Inscr. et Belles Lettres. 

- France. Convention Kat. Report on the means of 

compleating and dislrib. the national library; byH. 
Gregoire. Phila., 1794. 8°. (B 744) 

- Delessert, B. Memoire, 2e memoire sur la 

Bibliotheque Royale. Paris, 1835-38. 2 v. 4°. 

- Du Mersan, M. Notice. {In his Histoire du Cabinet 

des Medailles. 1838.) 

- - RocHETTE, D. R. Lettre sur le projet de 

mettre en direction la Bibliotheque, ou Re- 
ponse au rapport de M. Allardsur les credits 
supplem. Paris, 1847. 8°. 


- Academie Imperials de Medicine. Memoires. 

Vol. 1-30, le pte. Paris, 1828-73. 30 v. i". 
--Report upon cholera-morbus ; tr. by J. W. 
Sterling. N. Y., 1832. 12". 

- Academie Royale de Chirurgie. Memoires. 

Nouv. ed., avec notes. Paris, 1819. 5 v. 8° 

- Memoires sur les sujets proposes pour les prix. 

Paris, 1819. 5 v. in 7 pt. 8°. 

- - Observations on surgical diseases of the head 

and neck ; tr. by D. Ottley. London, 1848. 
8°. (Sydenham Soc.) 
Kamely. Bordenave, F. Diseases of maxillary sinus, 
with supplem. by A. Louis; — Exostoses of lower jaw. 

— Ferrand, — . Kncephalocele; or. Hernia of the brain. 

— Lassus, P. Wounds of the superior longitudinal 
sinus. — Louis, P. C. A. Applic. of the trepan on 
sutures of the skull; — Bronchotomy; — Fungous tu- 
mours of the dura mater. — Malle, P. F. N. Summary 
of cases on swelling of the tongue. — La Martinidre, P. 
de. Perforation of trachea by a foreign body.— Quesnay, 
F. Use of trepan in doubtful cases. — List of addi- 
tional memoirs on diseases of head and neck. 

- Conservatoire Royal des Arts et Metiers. Catalogue. 

n.t.p. [Paris? 1817.] 12°. (C 83) 

- Gr£goike, H., Bp. Rapport sur I'etablissement d'un 

Conservatoire. Paris, an ill [1794]. 8°. (B 1892) 

- Ecole Roy. de Fonts et Chaussees. Des- 

sins rel. a I'art de I'ingenieur. Paris, 1826- 
27. 2 V. f°. 

- Ecole Roy. Polyteclinique, Correspondance 

sur I'Ecole ; [red.] par M. Hachette. Paris, 
1804-16. 3 V. 8°. 

- - Journal. Vol. 1-19, 27. Paris, 1796-1874. 

20 V. 4"'. 

- Rapport du conseil de perfectionnement; session de 

1811-12. Paris, 1812. 4°. (A 74) 

- Ecoles Normales. Seances. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

1800-01. 13 V. 8". 

Contents. Agriculture, v. 7. — Histoire de I'agric, 

dans I'anc. et nouv. monde, et en Europe, v. 9, par 

Thouin. — Analyse de I'entendement, v. 2, 11, 13, par 

Garat. — Art de la parole, v. 1-6, 11, 12, par Sicard. 

— Chimie, v. 1-6, 9, 11, par Berthollet. — Economic 
polit., V. 2-5, 11, par Vandermonde. — Geographie, v. 
1, 2, 4, 11, par Buache et Mentelle; 3, 5, 6, par Mentelle. 

— Geometric descr., v. 1-4, 11, par Monge. — Histoire, 
v. 1-3, 11, par Volney. — Histoire naturelle, v. 1-6, 8, 11, 
par Daubenton; v. 8, par D. et Lacepfede; v. 13, par 
Haiiy. — Litterature, v. 1-5, 11, par La Harpe. — Math- 
ematiques, v. 1, 3, 4, 11, par La Grange et Laplace ; v. 10, 
par La Grange; v. 2, 4, 5, 6, par Laplace. — Morale, 
V. 1, par St. Pierre. — Physique, v. 1-6, 11, 12, par Haily. 

- Institut. 


(The Academies were suppressed in 1793, and 
the Institut organized in 1795.) 

Academy des Beaux Arts. 
(Established in 1648 as ' Peinture et de Sculp- 
ture'; received its present name in 16.55. In 1671 an 
Acad. d'Architecture was founded, which lasted till the 

- - Recueil des dessins qui ont remporte le prix 

de 1' Academie, 1774-89. Paris, n.d. f° 

PARIS (Societies) 


PARIS (Societies) 

- - Lecoy de tA Makche, a. L'Ac«demie de France k 

Rome d'aprfes la correspondance de scs directeurs, 
1666-lTy2. (/» Gazette de« beaux aru, v. 26, 27, 29, 
30. 1869-72.) 

AcademU den Intcriptions et Medailles. 
(Founded in 1663.) 

- - MedaUles sur les evenemeiits du rfegne de Louis 

le grand. Paris, 1702. f°. 
-- Same. Paris, 1702. 4°. 

- - Sanie. Paris, 1723. f. 

tS* In 1701 ibis Academy received the name of 
Academie des iHScriplions et Belles Lettres. 
- Histoire, avec les memoires de litterature, 
1701-1793. Paris, 1736-1808. 50 v. 4°. 
KoU. Vol. 11, 22, 33, 44 are Tables. 
Contents. Vol. 1-46. The conUnts of these volumes 
are ijicen in, a systematic arrangement in the ' Tableau' 
(«e< the nact col.). They are therefore not printed here. 

47. Histoire. Hist, de I'Acad.. 1784-93. — Regie- 
meat, 22 dec. 1786. — Eclairci^semens sur le travail rel. 
aux msa. de la bibliotheque du roi. — Sujets des prix, 
1785-87. — Changemens arrives dans la liste des Acad., 
1786-93. — Liste des membres. — Memoires sur lea an- 
tiquites de la Perse. — Eclaircissemens sur le livre de 
Tobje. — Hemerologe au calendrier de differeiites villes, 
compare avec ceiui de Home — .Obs. snr le monutnent 
d'Aiicyre. — Remarques critiques sur TEtymologicum 
magnum. — Recherches sur la geog. ancienne. — Essai 
de traduction de quelques epigrarames de I'Antbol. 
grecque. — Inscriptions et medailles. — Dacier, B. J. 
Klogi^de M. Bignon ; — Seguier; — Paciaudi; — L'abbe 
Aruaud; — De Burigny; — Grosley; — De Paulmy; — 
Bejol; — De Rochefort; — De Xicola'i; — D'Ormesson; 

— L'abbe Brotier. — Memoires. — Froret, X. L'ori- 
geu et I'ancienne hist, des premier habitansde laGrece. 

— Barthelemy, J. J. Essai d"une paleographie numis- 
malique. — Frerot, X. Les causes et quelques cir- 
conslitnces de la condamnation de Socrate. — Ansse de 
Villoison, J. B. G. de. Mem. sur quelques inscriptions. 

— Guignes, J. de. Les Sares des Chaldeeus; — L'ori- 
gine du Zodiaquc, etc. — Freret, X. Quelques penples 
de la Belgique. 

48. Sainte-Croix, G. E. J. G. de. La ruine de Baby- 
lone. — Larcher, P. H. Les principaux evenemens de 
I'histoire de Cadmus ; '— L'ordreequeslre chez les Grecs. 

— Sainte-Croiz, J. E. J. G. de. Les anciens gouverne- 
mens et les lois de la Sicile; — La population de I'At- 
tique; — Les metceques. — Larcher, P. H. Mem. sur 
Hermias ; — Snr quelques fetes des Grecs : — La fete du 
mariage de Jupiter avec Juno. — Barth61emy, J. J. 
Ancienne inscrip. grecque. — Gamier, J. J. Les 
ouvrages d'Epictete ; — Tableau de Cebes. — Silvestre 
de Sacy, A. I. Hist, des Arabes avant Mahomet. — 
Guignes, J. de. Plusieurs families juives etablies an- 
ciennement k, la Chine. 

49. Silvestre de Sacy, A. I. La version arabe des 
livres de Moise. — Amand, F. La vie et les ouvrages 
d'Apelle. — Choiseal-Gooffier, — . de. Hippodrome 
d'Olympie. — Amaud, F. Mem. sur Catulle. — Gail- 
lard, G. H. Horace consid. comme fabuliste; — Meta- 
morphoses d'Ovid. — Sainte-Croix, G. E. J. G. de. 
Eclaircissemens sur I'autorite legale d'Auguste; — La 
cloture du temple de Janus; — Le gout de I'Emp. 
Hadrien pour la philosophie, etc.; — Zosime. — Ameil- 
hon, H. P. Fragm. d'une inscription g:r. sur une plaque 
de cuivre trouv. a Tunis. — Anqaetil-Daperron, A. H. 
Le premier fleuve de ITnde, le Gauge. — Gossellin, P. 
F. J. La Serique des anciens: — Les connoissances 
geog. des anciens des cotes merid. de I'Arabie. 

50. Anquetil-Dnperron. .A.. H. Les migrations des 
Mardes. — Sainte-Croix, G. E. J. G. de. Le gouverne- 
ment des Parthes; — L'Empire des Parthes; — La 
Medie. — 6uen6e, A. La Judee depuis la captivite de 
Babylone. — Silvestre de Sacy, A. I. La litterature 
ancien parmi les Arabes. — Hotuird, D. Les antiquites 
Galloises. — Dacier, B. J. Sur Pusage observe en 
France quand les rois out acquis des defs dans la mou- 
vance de leurs sujets. — Br^uigny, L. G. O. F. de. Les 
regence en France. — Poirier, G. Exaraen des 
opinions sur I'avenement de Hugues Capet a la con- 
ronne. — Clement, F. L'epoque de la mort du roi 
Robert et la le annee du regne de Henri son flls. — 
Breqnigny, L. G. O. F. de. L'histoire le Calais. — 
Desormeaux, L. R. La mort de Henri de Bourbon. — 
Conde. — Br6quigny, L. G. O. F. de. Les negocia- 
tions touchant les projets dumariaged'Elisabeth.reigne 
d'Angleterre, d'abordavec le due d'.\njou, ensuite avec 
le due d'Alen^on. — Gamier, J. J. Une pretendue con- 
spiration contre Jeanne d'Albret. 

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Memoires de I'Acad. jusqu'a 1788; servant 
de suppl. aux Tables; par M. D. Paris, 
1791. 4"'. 

- Notice de I'aneienne Gaul ; par M. D'An- 

ville ; suite des Mem. Paris, 1760. 4 v. 4°. 

- Notices et extraits des mss. de la Bibliothfeque 

du roi. Vol. 1-4. Paris, 1787-[98]. 4 v. 4°. 
Xote. For continuation and index see IXSTITCT 
(p. 2239, 2d col.). 

Selections in Eng. Accounts and extracts of 

the manuscripts in the library of the king of 
France. London, 1789. 2 v.' 8°. 
Contents. Vol. L Guignes, J. de. Hist, essay on 
"origin of the oriental characters in the royal printing- 
bouse, etc. ; — The golden meadows and the mines of 
precious stones, by Aboul-hassan-aly ; [also] a chronol. 
table of the kalifs; — Hist, chain of countries, etc.; 
with treatise on science of the spheres. — Br^oigny, L. 
G. O. F. de. Account of the journal of Burcard; — 
Acct. of an aatographical chronicle of Bernard Iterius. 

— Rochefort, G.'D. de. Account of a Greek lexicon. 

— Vanvilliers, J. F. Account of mss. of Eschylus. — 

— Silvestre de Sacy, A. I. The book of councils, 
by Sheik Feriddin-Mahoramed ben Ibrahim-al-Attar- 
af-Xischabouri. 2. Silvestre de Sacy, A. I. The 
book of the wandering stars. — Gaillard, G. H. In- 
structions given to M. de Wissant, P. R. de Syssac: 
Relation of the embassy of A. d'Espagne; Eolation 
of the embassy of M. de Rochefort ; — Relation of the 
death of Richard II. — La Porte du Theil, F. J. G. de. 
Acct. of mss. cont. hist, of the reigns of Charles vii. 
and Louis xi. by Amelgard. — Keralio, L. F. G. de. 
Acct. of Chronicon regum Suecise scriptum ab Olao 
Petri. — L'Averdy, C. C. F. Acct. of ms. A criminal 
process against R. de Artois. — Guignes, J. de. Hist, 
of the Atabek princes in Syria, by Aboulhasan Aly. 

Academie des Sciences. 
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- - Cometographie ; traite hist, ef theor. des co- 

metes; parM.Pingre. Par., 1783-84. 2 v. 4°. 

- - Elements d' astronomic; parM.Cassini. Paris, 

1740. 4°. 

- - Elements de la geometric de I'infini ; suite des 

Mem. de I'Acad. ; [par B. le B. Fontenelle]. 
Paris, 1727. 4° 

- - La figure de la terre ; determinee par les 

observ. de Bouguer et de la Condamine ; avec 
une relation de ce voyage par M. Bouguer. 
Paris, 1749. 4°. 

- Grandeur de la terre. See, Suite (p. 2239). 
--Histoire de I'Acad. Vol, 1, 2, 1666-99. 

Paris, 1733. 2 v. 4'*. 
Xote. For the Memoires of these years see the title 
Memoires, below. For the index to the Histoire see the 
titles Xouvelle table (p. 2238) and Table (p. 2239). 

- - Histoire de I'Acad., avec les Mem. de mathe- 

matique et phys., 1699-1789. Paris, 1702- 
93. 92 V. 4°. 

- - Journal du voyage k I'equateur ; introd. k la 

Mesure, cfc. ; par la Condamine. Paris, 
1751. 4°. 

- - Journal du voyage de la marq. de Courtan- 

vaux pour essayer plusieurs instruments rel. 
k la longitude. Paris, 1768. 4°. 

- - Justification des Memoires de I'Acad., 1744, 

et de 'La figure', etc. ; par M. Bouguer. 2e 
ed. Paris, 1809, 4°. 

- - Machines et inventions approuvees par I'Acad. 

Roy. des Sci. depuis son etablissement ; 

dessinee et pub. par M. Gallon. Paris, 1753- 

n. l^r. 4°. 

ConUnU. Vol.1. 1666-1701. 2. 1702-12. 8. 1713- 

19. 4. 1720-36. 5. 1727-31. 6. 1732-34. 7. 1734-54. 

- - Memoires de I'Acad. Vol. 3-11 ; 1666-1699. 

Paris. 1729-34. 12 v. 4°. 
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toire, above. For an index to the Memoires see the titles 
Nouvelle table (p. 2238) and Table (p. 2239). 

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Memoires de I'Acad., 1790, Paris, 1797. 4°. 

Memoires [de mathemat.] donnes a I'Acad., 

non imprimes dans leur temps, par M. Fon- 
taine. Paris, 1764. 4°. 

Memoires de mathem. et phys. pres. par divers 

sgavans. Paris, 1750-86. 11 v. 4°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Virgile, — . Leg terres depuis 
Beaucaire jusqu'a la mer; — Les bons eflets du sel dans 
la nourriture des beetiaux. — Bassuel, P. Diss, hy- 
draulico-aiiatomique. — Pezenas, E. Solution d'un 
problfeme propose par Kepler, sur leg proportions des 
gegmens d'un toniieau coupe parall. & son axe. — Arcy, 
P. d'. La courbe d'egale pression lorsque le milieu i e- 
siste comme le quarre des vitesges. — Soumille, B. L. 
Un sablier de SO heures, propre k gervir gur mer. — 
Dalibard, P. M. Le reseda 4 fleur odorante. — Baron 
d'H6noTlville, T. Une propriete singuliere qu"a le sel 
de tartre. — Schlichting, — . De molu cerebri. — 
Torres, — . La glande thyroide. — Saint-Jacques, G. 
de. Supposant la loi d'attraction en raison inverse du 
quarre de la distance, trouver la nature du solide de la 
plus grande attraction. — Godeheu de Riville, — . 
Hist, d'un clieiiille mineuse des feuilles de vigne. — 
Marcorelle, — . La statique du corps humain. — Cos- 
Bigny, J. F. C. de. La grotte qui se trouve i quelque 
distance de Besan9on. — Dalibard, T. F. La variation 
de pesanteur des corps plonges dans diflerentes liquides. 
— Petit-Vandin, — . Hydraulique. — Gunz, J. G. Obs. 
anatomiques. — Sue, J^J. Une transposition des vis- 
ceres. — Baron d'Henouville, T. Analyse du borax. — 
Saur, — . Cobalt ou mine arsenicale. — Du Tour, K. F. 
Electricite; — Deux phenomenes de I'aimant. — Baron 
d'H6nouville, T. Maladie mortelle de I'estomac. — 
Bigot de Morogues, P. M. 8. La corruption de I'air 
dans les vaisseaux. — Chabert, J. B. La longitude de 
Buenos-Aires. — Bonnet, C. La vegetation des plantes 
dans d'autres matieres que la terre. — Baron d'Henou- 
ville, T. Analysis du borax. 2emem.; — Lever nonim6 
en latin taenia. — Geer, C. de. La propriete singuliere 
qu'ont les grandis cbenilles. — Espece singuliere de 
millepied ou de scolopendre. — Grischow, A. N. La 
difference des meridiens entre I'observatoire royal de 
Paris et celui de Berlin. — Menon, — . Le bleu de 

2. Salerne, — . Les dendrites des environs d'Or- 
leans. — Bordeu, T. de. Les arliculationg des os de la 
face. — Mazeas, — . Des couleurs engendrees par le 
frottement des surfaces planes et transparentes. — Bon- 
net, C. Une nouvelle partie, commune k plusienrs es- 
peces de chenilles. — Venel, G. F. L'analyse des eaux 
de Selters ou de Seltz. — Esteve, P. Le meilleur sys- 
teme de musique harmonique. — Le Gentil de la Galai- 
sidre, G. J. H. J. B. Une etoile nebuleuse nouv. de- 
couverte k cote de celle qui est au dessus de la ceinture 
d'Andromede. — Bigot de Morogues, P. M. S. Un ani- 
mal aquatique d'une forme singuliere. — Morand, J. F. 
C. La grotte de la Balme en Dauphin^. — Salerne, — . 
Maladies que cause le seigle ergole. — Geoffrey, E. L. 
L'organe de I'ouie des reptiles. — Sue, J. J. Descr. 
anatom. de trois loutres feraelles. — Kadault, J. Le 
sel de chaux. — Dutour, E. F. La maniere dont la 
flamme agit sur les corps electriques. — Berryat, J. 
Un nouveau febrifuge. — Geer, C. de. Un ver luisant 
femelle. — Bonnet, C. La grand chenille k queue four- 
chue. — Garipuy, — , anrf others. Obs. des eclipses du 
soleil. — Plantade, F. de, one/ others. Obs. des eclipses 
de la lune. — Venel, G. F. Analyse des vegetaux. — 
Outliier, K. Une nouvelle quadrature par approxima- 
tion. — Brouzel, N. Eaux minerales de Passy. — In- 
carville, P. La maniere dont leg Chinois soudent la 
come k lanternes. — Godehue de Riville, — . La capri- 
iication. — Gautier, J. Hist, du sucre d'erable. — 
Romas, J. de. Plus le corps isoleest eleve au dessus de 
la terre, plus le feu de I'electrisable est abondant. — 
Esteve, P. La base d'une pyramide triangulaire etant 
donnee avec les angles au sommet, determiner les di- 
mensions de la pyramide. — Baron d'Henouville, T. 
Examen chymique d'un sel apporte de Perse, sous le 
nom de borech. — Bossut, C. de. Differenciation des 
parametres, pour la solution de plusieurs problemes de 
ia methode inverse des tangentes. — Berryat, J. Obs. 
du barometre dans la pratique de la medicine. — Geer, 
C. de. Les ephemeres. — Dutour, E. F. Theorie sur 
le renouvellement de I'air dans I'eau. — Goubert, — . 
Relation des travaux faits pour relever le navire le Tojo, 
gallon d'Espagne. — Dutour, E. F. La necessite d'isoler 
les corps qu'on electricite par communication. — Bos- 
But, C. de. Deux problemes de geometrie. — Anger- 
stein, — . Quelques montagnos et quelques pierres en 
Provence. — Montamy, D. F. de. Le maniere de re- 
tirer I'or employe sur les bois dores a la colle. — Sue, 
J. J. Leg proportions du squelettede I'homme. — De- 

mours, P. La mechanique des mouvtmens de la pru- 
nelle. — Clozier. — . La decouverte d'une souche 
d'arbre petrifiee. — Adansou, M. Latitude de Podor, 
tiree par la meridienne. — Outhier, R. Carte des pleya- 
deg dont la position de 35 principales etoiles est deter- 
niineepar les obs. de M. Le Monnitr. — Marcorelle, — . 
Obs. nieteorologiques faitcs k Toulouse, 1750. 

3. Cossigny, J.F. C. de. Si les flltrations de I'eau 
de la mer au travers des pores du verre sont possibles. 

— Gardeil, J. B. Lettre sur le tripoli. — Vausenville, 
— . La recherche de I'erreurdcs tableglunaires de Hal- 
ley. — Tenon, J. K. La cataracte. — Geer, C. de". Un 
jule ou millepied cylindrique. — Aimen, — . Les pro- 
gres et cause de la nielle. — Pingre, A. G. Eclipse de 
la lune. 1755. — Godeheu de Riville. — . Lettre sur le 
passage des oiseaux. — Bory, G. Passage de Mercure 
sur le soleil, 6 mai 1753. — "Wargentin, P. G. Obs. 
astron. faites a Stockholm en 1751. — Incarville, P. de. 
Le vernis de la Chine. — Leroy, P. Une lumiere pro- 
duite par I'eau de la mer. — Mertrud, — . (^ue tout le 
chyle qui passe des intestins aux veines lactees n'eiitre 
pas dans le canal thorachique, pour de 14 etre introduit 
dans la soiaclaviree gauche, etc. — Bouillet, J. H. N. 
Obs. anat. — Suvlgny, — . Nouv. theorie du pyrophore 
de Homberg. — baum6, A. Ether vitriolique. — Du- 
tour, E. F. Le tourbillon magnetique; — Electricite eu 
moins. — Godeheu de Riville, — . La mer lumineuse. 

— Lorry, A. C. Les mouvtmens du cerveau et de la 
dure-mer, le, 2e mem. — Bossut, C. de. Theorfeme de 
geometrie enonc6 dans les actes de Leipsick, 1754. — 
Boscovich, P. Extrait d'une lettre. — Bezout, E. Les 
quantites differencielks, qui n'etant point integrables 
par elles-niemes, le deviennent neanmoins quarid on 
leur joint des quantites de meme forme qu'elks. — 
Lorry, A. C. Les mouveniens du cerveau. — Barth^z, 
P. J. Les soufflets de certaines forges produits par le 
chfite de I'eau. — Bourgelat, C. Des vers trouves dans 
les sinus frontaux, etc. — Garipuy, — , and others. 
Eclipse de la lune. — Barth^z, P. J. La constitution epi- 
demique, 1756, dans le Cotentin. — Bossut, C. de. Ke- 
cherches de dynamique. — Marcorelle, — . Extrait 
d'une lettre k Fouchy. — Garipuy, — . Passage de 
Mercure sur le soleil, 6 mai 1753. — Guattani, C. Une 
double veine azygos. — Dutour, E. F. Question d'op- 
tique. — Bourgelat, C. Kouv. systeme de cavalerie. — 
Gabry, P. \era delineatio aurorae borealis, 27 oct. 
1754. — Marcorelle, — . Le fron.age de Roquefort. — 
Bossut, C de. Kouv. maniere de demontrer les pro- 
prietes de la cycloide. — Godeheu de Riville, — . L'ac 
couplement des cousins. — Cadet Gassicourt, L. C. 
Experiences no\iv. sur I'encre sympathique de Hellot. — 
Saint-Jacques de Silvabelle, — . Du solide de la moin- 
dre resistance. — Bouin, J. T. Passage de la lune par 
les hyades, 1757. 

4. Mazlas, G. La cause physique de I'adh^rence 
de la couleur rouge au toiles peintes des cotes de Malabar 
et de Coromandel. — La Botti^re, — . Methode pour 
resoudre plusieurs problemes indetermines. — Incar- 
ville, P. de. Maniere de faire les fleurs dans les feux 
d'artifice chinois. — Necker, L. Problemes de mecha- 
nique. — Marcorelle, — . Obs. meteorol., a Toulouse, 
1747-56. — Mariques, — . Extrait d'une lettre a Mo- 
rand. — Celsio, A. Obs. quaedam astron. et meteorol., 
Upsallae, 1739. — Jeaurat, E. S. Obs. de la comete du 
1682, 1607, 1531, faites en mai 1759. — Lafosse, P. E. 
Maladie du cheval. — Rallier des Ourmes, J. J. Les 
quarres roagniques. — Bouin, J. T. Aurores boreales 
obs. k Rouen 31 mars. — Arthenay, — d'. Les voyages 
qui ont ete faits pour voir I'eruptlon du Vesuve. — Che- 
■vailieT, J., and others. Obs. eclipsis lunae. — Dutour, 
E. F. Le phenomene.des anneaux colores. — Dulague, 
V. F. J. N. Obs. du passage de la lune par les hyades. 

— Jeaurat, E. 8. Projection geom. des eclipses du 
soleil. — Villiamsou, — . La cause de la chute du bois 
ou des comes des cerfs. — Brodier, — . Construction 
d'une chaise roulante. — Aymen, — . Maladies des 
hies. — Aprds de Mannevillette, J. B. N. D. d'. Voy. 
aux Isles de France et de Bourbon. — Marcorelle, — . 
L'hydrocephale de Bigle. — Deluc, J. A. a7id G. A. 
Un 'echinite singulier. — Aborville, — d'. L'analyse 
d'une eau coloree a Douai. — Baussau du Bignon, > — . 
Experiences pour faire eclorre des poulets par le fer- 
mentation du tan. — Baum6, A. Analyse d'un eau 
minerale singuliere, trouve a Douai en Flandre. — Du- 
tour, E. F. Question d'optique. — Bouin, J. T. Obs. 
a Kouen sur la route de la comete, sept, et oct. 1757. — 
Romas, J. de. Lettre k Nollet. — Cadet Gassicourt, 
L. C. La terre foliee du tartre. — Jeaurat, E. 8. Le 
mouvement des planetes. — Bouin, J. T. Opposition 
de Jupiter, a Rouen, 2 mai 1757. — Bordenave, T. Descr. 
d'un foetus mai conforme. — Bosc d'Antic, P. La cause 
des bulks qui se trouvent dans le verre; — La cause des 
soufflures des metaux coules au jetes. — Gerard de Vil- 
lars, — . La sensibilite des parties des animaux. — 

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PARIS (Soc. : Instit., before 1793) 

Gabry, P. Aarorse borealis, 16 sopt. 1757. — Jeanrat, 
£. 8. Distance d'aae planete au soleil. — Oathier, H. 
Ob^j. meieorol., 1756. — Boain, J. T. Occultatioa de 
Mars p ir la lune. — Bonnet, C. Sappl. an 'L'usa^e dea 
feuilles dans les plantes'. — Boain, S. T . Occultation de 
S 2 de la Balein? par la lua?. — M^adait, — . L i caba- 
ture des corps gauches. — Vosmaer, — . Xonv. gjnre de 
crabes de m;!r (notog.istropas). — Coabansn de Maa- 
gris, — . Frobleme de dvQJmiqua. 

5. Bjuillet, J. H. X. Trois lettres k Milran. — 
Boaillet, .J. t£. X., anl other*. Eclipses de la lune. — 
Bailly, J. 3. Theorie de la comete, 1759 . — Coartan- 
vaax, F. C. le T., mirq. de. L'eth?r m»rin. — Cheva- 
lier, — . Comete, 175 J. — Datoar, E. F. Ua banc de 
terre cretaeej et de pierres brinihues, qui est aux envi- 
rons de Riom — Jars, G. Xoav. mazhine exeiutee anx 
mines de Schem-iitz, 1755. — Caortanvaax, F. C. le T , 
marq. de. La concentration et coajebuion du vinaigre 
radical. — M333ier, C. Obs. de la cjmet« de mii et juin 
1762. — Bjain, J.T. Paenonidies astroaoaa., 17-59. — 
Cideb Gasiicaart, L. C. Experiences par lesquelles on 
demoatre dins le borax an principe cnivreax arsenical 
et ane terre vitrisiable. — Baadoain de Gaemidanc, A. 
H. 3e et 43 satellites de Jupiter, 1761. — Morand, J. F. 
C. L'histoire naturelle et meiicale des eaux de Plom- 
bieres. — Vincent, R. Dj t«rniino g-»nerali serierum 
recurrentium. — Djscemat, J. ChoroTde. — Aprds de 
MannaviUette, •!. B. X. D. d'. La navigation de Fraace 
aux Indes. — Ernaold, — . Les soards et maets. — 
Sue, J. .J. La mUrice. — Chezy, A. da. Ia3truin3n3 
propres a niveler, nommes niveaax. — Maeller, G. F. 
L» coUe de poisson. — Baadsain de Gaamiieac, A. H. 
Position de Venus dans son passage sur le soleil, juin 6. 

— Bonnet, C. Li respiration des chenilles. — Messier, 
C. Obs. astronom. faites k Paris, 1762. — Mazejis, G. 
Les solfitares des environs de Rome. — Messier, C. 
Passage de Veaus sar le disque da soleil, 6 juin 1761. — 
Lavoisier, A. L. Analyse du gyp^e. — Mazeas, G. 
L'alkali des plantes marines, et les miyens de le rendre 
propre aax memes usages qae la sonde. — Arqnier de 
Pellepoix. A. d'. Obs. astronom. faites a Toulouse, 
1761. — Mazdas, G. La mine d'Alun de la Tolsa, dans 
le voisinage de Rome. — Bonvoax, — . Manoaavre poor 
retirer une carcasse de navire qui etoit echouee dans 
le chenal au boat de la fosse, depuis 80 ans. — Keran- 
stret, — . Passage de Jf ercare sur le soleil, 6 mai 1753. 

— Baame, A. le, 2e mem. sur le refroidissement que 
les liqueurs produisent en s'evaporant. — Boucher, — . 
Obs. a Lille sur les differentes temperatures de I'air, etc. 

— Foageroax de Bondaro^, A. D. Le coquiilage appele 
Datte en Provence. — RalUer des Oarmes, J. J. Usage 
des diviseurs d'ua nombre, pour resoudre un probleme 
d'arithmetique ; — Metbode pour decouvrir tons les 
nombres premiers cont. dans un cours illimite de la 
8uit« des impairs, et tons d'un temps les diviseurs 
simples de ceux qui ne le sont pas. — Pereire, J. R. 
P. Les gourds et muets. — Marcorelle, — . Le salicor. 

— Pingr*. A. G., and Boain, .1. T. Observ. faites 
a Rouen 12 juil. 1757. — Le Monnier, P. Immer- 
sion d'Aldebaran sous le disque eclaire de la lune. — 
Rallier dea Oarmes, J. J. Methode nouv. de division, 
quand le dividende ejjt multiple du divLseur. — Da Vaa- 
cel, C. Toutes les eclipses du soleil, visibles k Paris, 
1767-1900. — Baain, J. T. Diverses comparaisons de la 
lune avec des etoiles fixes, faites a Rouen, 17.56; — Obs. 
faites a Rouen, 1757. — Dalaqne, V. F. J. X. Eclipse 
du soleil, faite a liouen 13 juin 176J. — Betbeder, J. Un 
enfant monstrueux. — Messier, C. Principales obs. 
astronom. faites a Paris, 1752-62 ; — La plus courte duree 
du 3e satellite de Jupiter dans I'ombre, 25 Jan. 1763. — 
Valmont de Bomare, J. C. Les pyrites et les vitrols 
pour servir de condrmation aux idees qu'a f.tit naitre la 
chimie. — Saint Jacqaes de Silvabelle, G. de. Pro- 
bleme. — Djtonr, E. F. La diffraction de la lumidre. 

6. Mazeas, G. La formation des atalactiques k Monte- 
Mario. — Datoar, E. F. Diffraction de la lumiere, 2e 
mem. — Bouin, J. T., and Dalague, V. F. J. X. Pas- 
sage de Venus sur le soleil, 6 juin 1761. — Baam6, A. 
La cristallisation des sels neutres qui ont pour base an 
alkali fixe on une terre absorbante. — Boain, J. T., and 
Dalague, V. F. J. X. Lieux des planetes obs. k Rouan, 
17-5S. — Jonbert, P. L. de. Une coqnille de I'espece des 
poulettes, pec-hec daus la Mediterranee. — Aprds de 
Mannevilletta, J. B. X. D. d', and others. Eclipses de 
soleil. — Joabert, P. L. de. Quelques coquiUes nouv. 
pechees dans la Mediterranee. — Messier, C. Comete 
obs. en avr. 1766. — Cossigny, J. F. C. de. La maniere 
de conserver a la mer I'eau potable, dans les voyages de 
long cours. — M »ssier, C. Aurore boreale, mai 1762. — 
Gerard, L. Especes de cancalis. — Boaillet, J. H. X., 
and Mans9, — . Passage de Venus sur le disque da 
soleil, faite k Besiers, 6 juin 1761. — Oathier, R. Passage 
de Venus, faite k Bayeux, 6 juin 1761. — Cotte, L. Xou- 
veau minerale sulfureuse, deooaverte dans la vallee de i 

Montmorenci, 1766. — Arqoier de Pellepoix, A. d*. 
Obs. des degres de chalenr de differentes sources de 
Bagn^res. — Marcorelle, — . La pesantenr et le chaleur 
rel. des differentes sources des eaux de Bagaeres. — Oa- 
thier, R., and other*. Eclipses de la lune. — Camber, P. 
L'orgaae de I'ouie des poisions. — Boscowich, A. P. J. 
De orbitis com-etarum determinandis, op- frium observ. 
parum a se iavicem remotarum. — Bras d'Or, P. La 
maladie epidemique des chien«. — Baam6, A. La de- 
composition du tartre vitriole par t'acide nitreax seoL — 
Antelmy, P. T. d'. Obs. et calcal. da I'oppasition de 
Satarne de 1763. — Arqaier de Pellepoix, A. d'. Obs. sur 
la comete, faites k Toalouse, j»vr. 16, 17-59. — Datoar, E. 

F. Que le point visible est vn dans le rayon q^ui va de ce 
point a I'ceil. — Boain, .J. T. Aurore boreale obs. k 
Rouen et k Yvetot. 16 sept. 17-59. — Antelmy, P- T. d'. 
L'opposition de .Jupiter, 1763. — Mariqnes, — . L'analyses 
des eaux minerales de S »int-Remy I'Honore. — P6ze- 
nas, P. Xouv. theirie des taches du soleil. — Bonin, J. 
T. Occultation de Tetoile & des liemeau par la lune, obs. 
k Roaen, 1759. — Navier, P. T. Diff. moyens d'onir 
Intimement le mercure an fer, et sur la maniere de le 
rendre soluble dans I'ean, etc. — Qoldover, — . Emer- 
sions et immersions des satellites de Jupiter, 17-59. — 
Almaida, T. de. Passage de Venus sur le disjue da 
soleil, 1761. — La Place, P. S., m-irq. de. Les suites 
reeurro-recurreates et leurs usages dans la theorie des 
hasards. — Bosc d' Antic, P. La faiencerie. — Boain, 
J. T. La comete, m»i 17-59; — L'opposition de Jupiter, 
faite k Rouen 3 et 6 juin 1758. — Bonrrand, — . La 
quadrature de la partie b / d du cercle a b r b d a. — 
Boscowich, P. R. J. De orbitis cometaruai determinan- 
dis. — Liboar, — . Passage de Ve lus sur le disque du 
soleil, juin 6, 1761. — Arqaier de Pellepoix. A. d'. La 
lune. — Antheaalms, — . La maniere de travailler et 
polir les verres objectifs des lunettes d'approche. — Da- 
toar, E. F. Le strabisme. — Arqaier de Pellepiox. A. 
d'. Obs. de la lane et des planetes, 1763. — Maeller, 

G. F. Decouv. d'un papillon k tete de chen He. — 
Amiot, P. Obs. meteorol., k Pekin, 1757-62. — Marco- 
relle, — . Obs. anat. — Bonnes, — . Deeouverte sur 
I'ether marin, fait par Tintermede du zinc. — Li Place, 
P. S., mtirq. de. La probabilite des causes par les 

7. Prix, 1774. Lxgrange, J. L. L'e luation secn- 
laire de la lune. — Libande, — . Les moyens de per- 
fectionner I'espece de cristal necessaire a la construction 
de lunettes achromatiques. Mem. Bacqaet, J. B. M. 
Experiences phys-.chim., sur I'airqui se degage des corps 
dans le temps de leur decomposition, etc. — Vicq-d'Azyr, 
F. L'hist. anatom. des poissons, le et 2e mem. — La 
Place, P. S , marq. de. L'integration des equations 
diffiirentielles aux differences finies, el leur usage dans 
la theorie des hasards. — Sonnerat, P. Descr. du coco 
de rile PrasUn. — Monge, G. La construction des 
fonctions arbitraires qui entrent dans les integrales 
des equations aux differences partielles. — Vicq- 
d'Azyr, F. Observ. anatom. sur ua extremite infe- 
rieure dont les muscles on ete changes en tissu grais- 
seux. sans aucune alteration dans la forme exterieure. 

— Monge, G. La determination des functions arbi- 
traires qui entrent d:ins les integrales d.>s equations 
aax differentes especs. — Ribelt, — . L^ne tete ex- 
ostosee. — Camper, P. La structure des os dans les 
oiseanx. — Coulomb, C. A. de. Une application des 
regies de maximis et minimis k quelques problemes de 
statique, rel. a I'architecture. — Des, — . La theorie du 
jeaugeage. — Mange, G. Un tonr de cartes. — Chevalier 
d'Angos, — . Obs. et calcul. de l'opposition de Jupiter, 
19 aoat 177-2, faite k Rouen. — Mallet, J. A. Obs. et 
calcul. des oppositions de Mars et de Satume 1773, faite k 
Geneve. — Dalagae, V. F. J. X. La comete deeouverte 
par Messier, le avr. 1771. — Messier, C. La meteorolo- 
gie. avec une methode pour analyser des sortes d'obser- 
vations, par P. Cotte. — La P*iace, P. S., marq. de. 
L'inclinaison moyenne des orbites des cometes. — Caire, 
— . Extrait d'une lettre sur la cause du froid en Canada. 

— Sabatier, R. B. Les nerfs de la dixieme paire. — 
Marcorelle, — . Descr. des grottes de Lombrive et de 
Bedeilhac, dans le pays de Foix. — Sabatier, R. B. 
Bur quelques particularites de la structure du cerveau et 
de ses enveloppes. — Bordenave, T. Analyse de la bile. 

8. Swinden, .J. H. Recherches sur les'aiguilles ani- 
mantees. — Fourcroy de Rameconrt, C. R. Obs. sur 
les marees, a la cote de Flandre. — Boacher, P. J. Les 
suites etranges d'un volvulus. — Maeller, G. F. Un 
nouv. genre des insectes aquatiques. 

9. Qoatremdre Disjonval, O. B. Anal, et examen 
ehimique de I'indiga. — Coulomb, C. A. de. Manidre de 
fobriquer les aiguilles aimantees. — Geoffroi, E. L. le 
et 2e mem. sur les bandages propres a retenir les hernies. 

— Mazdas, G. Des tubulaires a tube elastique et carti- 
lagineax. — Qadronic, — . Un insecte singulier trouve 
dans la rade de Lomariaker. — La Faille, C. de. Le 

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PARIS (Soc. : Instit., before 1793) 

Bentiment des anciens et des modemes snr I'origiDe des 
macreuses. — Monge, Q. Les fonctions arbitraires qui 
entrent dans les iutegrales des equations aux ditfercnces 
finies ; — Les proprietes de plusieurs genres de surfaces 
courbes. — Laborie, — . Anal, de la mine de plomb 
blanche. — "Valmont de Bomare, J. C. Le raffinage du 
camphre. — Bobc d' Antic, P. La nature et la cause des 
differentes graisses du verre. — Duhamel, G. P. F. G. 
Les forges de la Bretagne. — Gujrton de Morveau, L. B. 
La crystallisation du fer. — Chaulnes, M. J. d'A. d'A., 
due de. L'air fixe qui se degage de la biere en fermen- 
tation. — Bucquet, J. B. M. Mem. sur le sel ammoniac; 
anal, de la zeolite. — Tinseau, — . La th^orie des surfaces 
courbes; — Sur quelques proprietes des solides. — 
Bucquet, J. B. M. le et 2e mem. sur I'arsenic. — Veil- 
lard, — . Anal, des eaux de la fontaine de Montmorenci. 

— Bayen, P. Examen chymique d'une mine de fer spa- 
thique. — Duhamel, G. P. F. G. La mine de plomb de 
Huelgoat en Basse Bretagne. — Monnet, A. G. Une 
espece de mine decouverte nouv.a Ste. Marie-aux-Mines. 

— La Tourette, M. A. L. C. de F. de. Une nouv. espece 
de mouche, du genre des cinips. — La Tourette, M. A. 
L. C. de F. de. Sur des os fosailes. — Troja, M. Mem. 
sur le tibia des crapauds. 

10. Fuff, — . Le derangement d'une comete qui passe 
pres d'une planete. — La Grange, J. L. La theorie des 
perturbations que les cometes peuvent eprouver par 
Paction des planetes. — Guignea, J. de. Planisphere 
celeste chinois. — Catalogues des comfetes. — Coulomb, 
C. A. de. Theorie des machines simples. — Mechain, 
P. F. A. Recherches sur les cometes de 1532 et 1661. — 
Bayen, P. Examen chimique du marbre de Campan. — 
Le Gendre, A. M. L'attraction des spheroides homo- 
genes. — Dietrich, P. F., baron de. Descr. des volcans 
decouverts en 1774, dans le Brisgaw. — Cagnoli, A. 
Methode pour trouver la situation de I'equateur d'une 
planete. — Mensnier, J. B. M. La courbure des sur- 
faces. — Monge, G. Les developpees, les rayons de 
courbure, etc. — Le Veillard, — . La formation du 
Boufre par la voie huraide. — Charles, — . Les integrates 
des equations aux differences finies. — Marcorelle, — . 
Obs. thermometriques. — Anisson-Dup6ron, E. A. J. 
Sur I'impression en lettres, suivi de la descr. d'une nouv. 
presse. — Gengembre, — . Un nouv. gas obtenir par 
Taction des substances alkalines. 

11. Memoires sur la formation du salpetre, par C. M. 
Cornette, — P- Thoiivenel, — J. M. Gavinet, — Che- 
vrand, — J. B. de Beunie, — Thomassin de Saint- 
Omer, — C. Romme, — N. Clouet, — A. L. Lavoisier, 

— L. A. de la Rochefoucauld. — Lorgna. A. M. La 
formation et la multiplication des nitres. 

— Meridieiine de I'Observatoire Royal de Paris ; 

par M. Cassini de Thury ; avec des obs. 
d'hist. nat. par M. Le Monnier ; suite des 
Mem., 1740. Paris, 1744. 4°. 

— Mesure des trois premiers degres du meridien, 

dans I'hemisph. austral ; par M. de la Con- 
damine. Paris, 1751. 4". 

— Nouvelle table des articles de I'Acad. des Sci., 

1666-1770, des Arts et Metiers, et dans la 
Collect, acad. par I'abbe Rozier. Paris, 
1775-76. 4 V. 4°. 

— Recueil de memoires et d'observ. sur la forma- 

tion et sur la fabrication du salpetre, par les 
Commissaires pour le jugement du prix. 
Paris, 1776. 8°. 
Contents. Glauber, — . La nature et la formation du 
saltpetre. — Stalh, — . La nature, etc., du nitre. — 
Lemery, L. Mem. sur le nitre. — Petit, E. De la pre- 
cipitation du sel marin dans la fabtique du saltpetre. — 
Pietsch, — . La generation du nitre. — Sweden. 
Krigi-Departevientets Kungliga Rad. Construction 
et I'establissement des nitrieres. — Bertrand, E. La for- 
mation du saltpetre. — Grunner, T. 8. La generation du 
saltpetre. — La nature, etc., du saltpetre. — Neuhaus, 
— . Experiences de la formation du saltpetre. — Vannes, 
M. de. La nature du nitre, etc. Granit, A. La fabri- 
cation du saltpetre dans la royaume de Suede, tr. M. 
Baer. — Miliy, N. C. de T., cte. de. Une nitriere artifi- 
cielle. — Du Condray, T. Methodes employees en Prusse 
et a Malte pour la generation du saltpetre. — Desraazis, 
— . La nitriere de Malte. — Simon, J. C. L'art de 
faire du saltpetre mis en pratique a Dresde, 1771. — 
Clouet, — . La recolte et la fabrication du saltpetre 
en Asie. — Bowles, — . Maniere dont se fait la poudre 
dans I'Inde. — Methode de fabriquer le saltpetre en 
Am6r., 1775. — Lavoisier, A. L. L'existence de l'air 
dans I'acide nitreux. — Incarville, d'. La maniere 
de fabriquer le Baltpetre en Chine. 

Recueil des pieces qui ont remporte le prix, 

1720-72. Paris, 1732-77. 9 v, 41 
Note. Only v. 1, 2, 7-9 have the title-page 'Recueil'; 
the others have the title "Pieces qui ont remporte le 
prix', etc, or the titles of the separate papers. 

Contents. Vol. 1. 1720-27. Crousaz, J. P. de. Le prin- 
cipe, la nature, et la communication du mouvement. — 
Massy, — . Maniere de conserver sur mer I'egalite du 
mouvement d'une pendule. — MacLaurin, C. Loix du 
choc des corps. — Bernoulli, D. Maniere de conserver 
sur mer I'egalite du mouvement des clepsidres. — Ma- 
zi^re, P. Les loix du choc des corps k ressort parfait 
on imparfait; — Traite des petits tourbillons de la ma- 
tiere subtile. — Bernoulli, J. I^es loix de la communi- 
cation du mouvement. — Bouguer, P. De la mature 
des vaisseaux. 

2. 1727-32. Super problemate nautico de im- 
plantatione malorum. -— Camus, F. J. de. La mature 
des vaisseaux. — Bulssinger, G. B. De causa gravitatis 
physica general!. — Bouguer, P. La methode d'ob- 
Berver sur mer la hauteur des astres. — BernouUy, J. 
Nouv. pensees sur le systfeme de Descartes. — Bouguer, 
P. La methode d'observer en mer la declinaison de la 
boussole; — Entretiens sur la cause de I'incliiiaison des 
orbites des planetes. 

3. 1733-37. Poleni, J. Quanam potiori ratione, 
nullis habitis stellarum observ.. navigantes nietiri queant 
iter a navi confectum. — Bernoulli, J. Essai d'une nouv. 
physique celeste. — Bernoulli, D. La cause physique 
de I'inclinaison des plans des orbites des planetes. — Ber- 
noulli, J. La propagation de la lumiere; — Disc, sur 
les ancres. — Tresaguet, — . Mem. sur la fabrique des 
ancres. — Bernoulli, D. La meilleure figure a donner 
aux ancres. — Poleni, J. De prsestabiliori figura qua 
anchorae formari queant. 

4. 1738-40. Euler, L. De igne, ejus natura et pro- 
prietates explicantur. — Lozeran de Fesc, L. A. Sur 
la propagation du feu. — Crequy, — . Explication de 
lanaturedufeUjCtdesa propagation. — Cavalleri, P. A. 
La cause physique du flux et du reflux de la mer. — 
Mac Laurin, C. De causa physica fluxus et refluxus 
maris. — Euler, L. Inquis. physica in causam fluxus ac 
refluxus maris. 

5. 1743, 46. Bernoulli, D. La maniere de construire 
les boussoles d'inclinaison. — Euler, L. De observ. in- 
clinationis magneticse ; — De magnete. — Du Tour, E. F. 
Sur I'aiman. — Bernoulli, D. and J. La nature et les 
proprietes de I'aiman. 1741. Bernoulli, J. Sur le ca- 
bestan. — La meilleure construction du cabestan. — Po- 
leni, J. De ergatae navalis prsestabiliore facilioreque 
usu. — Ludot, J. B. La meilleure construction du ca- 
bestan. — Pontes, — . Sur le cabestan. — Fenel, J. B. P. 
Difi'. experiences sur la meilleure construction du ca- 
bestan. — Delorme, — . Cabestan k ecrevices et cabe- 
stan k bras. 

6. 1745, 47. Bernoulli, D. Recherches mechan. et 
astronom. sur la meilleure maniere de trouver I'heure 
en mer par obs.,8oit dans le jour, les crepuscules, etsur- 
tout la nuit quand on ne voit pas I'horizon. — Medita- 
tiones in [eandem] quaestionem. — Maniere de trouver 
I'heure en mer. etc. — Essai d'horolepse nautique. — 
Maniere de trouver, etc. 

7. 1751-53, 59-61. Bernoulli, D. La nature et la 
cause des courans. — Euler, L. Les inegalites de Jupi- 
ter et de Saturne. — Bernoulli, D. La maniere la plus 
avantageuse de suppleer a Taction du vent sur les 
grands vaisseaux. — Groignard, A. Le roulis et le 
tangage d'un vaisseau. — La perfection dans les verre- 
ries de France. — Euler, J. A. L'arrimage des vais- 
seaux et quelles qualites on en pent procurer. — Bossut, 

C. L'arrimage des navires. 

8. 1753, 56, 57, 60. Bernoulli, J. De promotione 
navium sine vi venti. — Mathon de la Cour, J. Maniere 
de suppleer a Taction du vent. — Euler, L. Invesli- 
gatio perturbationum motus planetaruni. — Bernoulli, 

D. Le roulis et le tangage d'un navire. — Euler, L. 
Examen des eflTorts qu'ont a soutenir toutes les 
parties d'un vaisseau dans le roulis et dans le tangage. — 
Euler, C. De successiva mutatione motus medii plane- 
tarum. — Euler, J. A. Sur la resistance de la matiere 
6th6ree. — Bossut, C. Des alterations du mouvement 
moyen des planetes. 

9. 1764-66, 70, 72. La Grange, J. L. La libration de 
la lune. — Groignard, A. L'arrimage des vaisseaux. — 
Bourd6 de Villehuet, — . L'arrimage du navire. — La 
Grange, J. L. Les inegalites des satellites de Jupiter. 
— L'arrimage des vaisseaux. — Euler, L. Le vrai 
mouvement de la lune. — Euler, L. and J. A. Theorie 
de la lune. — La Grange, J. L. Le problenie des trois 
corps. — L'arrimage des vaisseaux. 

Regiae Scientiarum Acad, hist.; autore J. B. 

du Hamel. Paris, 1698. 4°. 

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I'Histoire et les I'Acad. Roy., 1666- 
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80, by Demoura; 10, 1781-90, by Cotte. 
-- Same. 1666-1734. Paris, 1734. 4 v. 4°. 

- - Tables astronomiques du soleil, de la lune, 

etc.; par M. Cassini. Paris, 1740. 4°. 

- - Tabulae astronomicae ab P. de la Hire. 2a ed. 

Paris, 1727. 4". 

- - Traite physique et hist, de I'aurore boreale ; 

par M. de Mairan; suite des Mem. de 
I'Acad., 1731. Paris, 1733, 4°. 

- - Same. 2e ed. augm. Paris, 17.54. 4°. 

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par M. de Chabert. Paris, 1753. 4°. 

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Academie FranqaUe. 
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- - Dictionnaire hist, de la langue franc. Vol. 1. 

Paris, 1858. i". 

- - Recueil des plusieurs pieces d' eloquence et de 

poesie, presentees pour les prLx, 1671-1761. 

Paris, 1674-1762. 39 v. 12«. 
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Same. Avec introd., des eclaircissements, 

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-- Histoire de la Classe. Paris, 1815-18. 4 v. 4". 

- - Rapport hist, sur les progres de I'histoire 

dep. 1789, par B. J. Dacier. Paris, 1810. 4<*. 

- Rapport historiqne sur I'etat et les progres de I'his- 

toire. Paris, 1808. 4". (A 9) 

- Rapport sur les travaux; par M. Ginguene. 1810, 11, 

13. [Paris, 1810-13.] 3 v. 4''. (E 71) — 1814, par P. 
C. F. Dannou. [Paris,] 1814. 4» (A 35, E 71) 

Clatse de Litterature et de Beaux-Art*. 

- - Memoires. Paris, an yi-xii [1798-1804]. 5 v. 


Contents. Vol. 1. Siyets des prix, an 4. — Liste des 
ouvrages irapr. pres. — Dewailly, — . Cone. I'ellipse 
et les Bupplemens qu'on emploie pour expliquer les 
phrases elliptiques, etc. — Lemonnier, — . Le pronom 
sol. — Sicard, R. A. C. La uecessite d'instruire les 
sourds-muets de naissance; — Examen de I'Hermes 
d'Harris. — Domergue, U. La proposition graramati- 
cale. — Rapport sur un monument antique. —Le Blond, 
G. M. Sur la magie. — Duels, J. F. Epitre contre le 
celibat. — Le Bmn, P. D. E. L'enthousiasme; — ler 
chant de 'La viellee du Pamasse'. — Andrieux, F. G. 
J. S. Le proces du senat de Capoue; — L'hopital des 
fous. — Monvel, J. M. B. Fables. — Lemonnier, L. G. 
Conseils d'un vieillard aux jeunes gens : fables. — Bi- 
tanb6, P. J. Sur I'etude des anciens ; — Socrate k I'ecole 
d'un theologien. — L^vesqne, P. C. Sur les trois poetea 
tragiques de la Grece; — Aristophane: — Les progres 
de la peinture chez les Grecs. — Schweighaeuser, J. 
Sur un passage de Simplicius. — Le Roy, D. Les 
navires empl. par les anciens. — Mongez, A. Sur les 
travaux publics des Remains, compares k ceux des mo- 
dernes. — Ameilhon, H. P. Sur les couleurs des anciens 
et sur les arts qui y ont rapport. — Le Blond. G. M. 
Sur le vrai portrait d'Alexandre le grand. — Camas, 
A. G. La distribution et le classement des livres d'une 
bibliotheque. — Peyre, A. F. Sur Tachfevement da 
Louvre, etc. 

2. Liste des membres et des associ^. Hist. Xo- 
tlce des mem. non imprimes. — Mongez, A. La vie de 
Lemonnier. — Villar, J. B. Louvet. — Sujets des prix 
proposes I'an 5. — Tableau des prix. — Xoms des 
artistes qui ont remporte les prix de peinture, etc., 
de I'an 5. — Livres et ecrits pres. Mem. Mongez, 
A. La reunion des litterateurs et des artistes. — 
Collin d'Harleville, J. F. La grande famille reunie. — 
Sur la continuation de la collection des Historiens de 
France. — Dupuis, C. F. Sur les Pelaoges. — Le Roy, 
D. Sur le Moeris. — Mongez, A. Sur les vases mur- 
rhins. — Villar, G. Fragment du 16e livre de I'lliade; 
trad, en vers fran^ais. — Vien. J. M., and Le Blond, G. 
M. Sur des vases trouves dans un tombeau pres de 
Geneve. — Camus, A. G. Mem. sur Ilcpc 9avfia<riui' 
axovo'piarcai' (De mirabilibus auscultationibns). — Mon- 
gez, A. Sur les types des monnoies compares k ceux 
des medailles. — Lebrtin, P. A. Ode d'un philanthrope 
republicain contre lamonarchie; — Ode d'un philan- 
thrope republicain contre I'anarchie. — Bitaubd, P. J. 
Sur les deux premiers livres de la politique d'Aristotc. 
— Mongez, A. Les gladiateurs. — Ch^nier, M. J. Le 
dernier hymne d'Ossian. — AmeiLhon, H. P. Sur 

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NIiiiIIii. I'lil'MttVnl, M. ,\. MiMliinln i/nii. |iiim' anni, 

inni', jini' In niuynii ilna Inli^Kl'iilna ili^ltnlna, In miiIIii 
ilmini^n |iitr In lln'mrdinn iln LiurniiKn, lli'mi|()ilni'l, A. 
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li'i^iinnlliiii ui'm, iln* |iiilyu<iiin* niuiillnr*. 
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(llniina, ,./,i Itlinllliy, I'. K. U. I.nminlnitn i<iiiii|iii*t- 

llllll ilna i^llini* iiinriitlliinn nl nni^ll>|nn. t>nvni'iiiiy, 

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|ii, \ uli'a |iiti' III hum, 'I'liniiiiril, li. it. I.'imilun iln* 
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(^I||^^||. liiu'iy, |). ,1, t,n |illi|nn. MitliiH, 10. I,. 
'rinlD^ irii|illi|iini t.iiilmililn rnrinnllnn; I.n mnani'ii 
ijn limiViilr nMVlnunill iln* nnl'lia ii|ini|iina, llonril, it, I,. 
I,n i|i\ninnanun iln In »iiln. l'iilll»iiti, I,. I,n* linlvijmm* 
nl In* (iiilyi^ilrn*, l>n*liiiivnlinni|)*, li, llnKlininliiN 

lilat , a>i<., '*ni' In* lininlaan* linllunnna, UmI'I'Iiw, , 

llllll iWAii*. In>a nnvna iriniHtim 

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I'.llllir A III lll^K.lU" llll I""!!, I'Milo. INiili,) 4", (W7I) 

— - I'liMiliiiiiHlliin ili'» iirix (Uii'iinpCui (liiii* III n^Miicii |iiili 

11(11111 .III 4 Inn. INllI, ll'iiilii, INIII, I 4", (M7I) 
... HAitiMMi imlilli|iit-iliia Jim, INiKI; |ii'l« |iiihmi>iA nil mill 
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— C'l/VIKU, U. I.. «'. I'. 1>. JCIii«ti», <Sn« |i, Vm, 1«< nit, 

(llnrnm dt* Sdnti** Miirulm H l'iillHi/iif». 

— - M<'.iii<.li<-»., I'iir.,imvi )iii(l7(iH IHOl |. /) v. 4". 

(hnihiilii, Vol. I. Hii|fi<iili'» |irlx |ii'i|iiii<<''»< tliiii* I'mi 

4. - I.ImIm iliiiiiiiiviiiu«i) liii|iiliii^i«ii|ivii,\/<« A In kIhrix. - 

'rilii'» ilin tiioiiiiilixn lim |iiii' U'N Mii>inlii'>'« i1>< Id kIiirco, 

1.(1 l(i«liiri, .(, I.ii vlo I'l lid iiiivrii(jiiii ill! II T. liny- 

lllll, Alll|ll«tll, I.. I', l.l'H MIII'lli||IM'« |-|<llllloll» li||Ul< 

ili'iin M ill' 111 |i'niiM'i<; - Kliil il« l'ir.iiiii|iii iiviiiii In |imIi 
(l« VVi'«l|iliiilli< I'll I04N ; rViliil llll I'lilnliiliii lit! Ki'iiiii'o. 

— OitlmitiN, I', .(, <*. Hiir iIk I'lii.iiiiiK'i - llUi, 
liliyMlnl. ill* Ni'iiiiiilliiii«, l,Avaii(|iin, I', ( ) Hiir I'liiiiiitiii' i 

— 1,1111 iili<it.iiii|i<ii ijiiii l('« iiiii'luii* |ilillii*ii|ilii<» mil. ii|), 
liiiit/m film priiui^H llll III miliiii tililliiiii>|ilili< TrMov, 
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i,fi i|i''l.iiriiiltiiitliiii il« oi'N Miiilo, iiMiilyiit) ili'M Ki'iiniilliiiiii) 

l,n lUiliiiiiiliiiitliiii llll Kiiil, lil<ii>, l«uttii|iM, if, N. 
|,'i<xInIi<iii'ii iIv iiim'Iiiiii'n lain* «lhi<i<i« ciiIih Ii> iIm|iiim nl In 
(iiiliroriilii, llttuillli, v. <l. I., l,Vii|irlt ilu rMiilliiii 
, Kiiiinlil, |inr t'ii|i|MiM Anon liittiH'iiri' mil' |i<«(|ir, |(iiiivi>i'iiii' 
iiiiitiii; ~ III'* I'iiili*, l)luriny*r«, A. I'l'mivn* 

Hrtlliiii/il, <1i< III iiKiu'imll^ it'iitiMiiiriiuKi' riiifi'li'iilliiri', tlii, 
(IrAgoltn, II, l<4i« iiioywiiM (III piit7i'i<)liiiMM>r In* 
miliiiii'i'ii |iiiliilifii<>*i, MmIon, </. ill'. AiiNlyati i1i<i ni<i' 
Miolri'* III* & III I'liiKiii iiiir M, 

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PARIS (Societies: Institut) 

nault. Fables inedites. — Lebrun. Strophes faites en 
mer. — Lemercier. Hommage i la memoire du peintre 
David ; — Lainpelie et Daguerre. — Viennet. Fables ; — 
Fables inedites. Pieces en prose. 1830-39. Ar- 
nault. Dissertation sur I'apologue en action. — Lacre- 
telle. Analogies et contrastes eutre Cromwell et Napo- 
leon. — Lemercier. Sur la decouverte de I'ingenieux 
peintre du diorama. Ouv rages lus en seance 
particuliere. Jouy. Eloge de Regnault de Saint- 
Jean d'Angely. — Lacretelle. Eloge de Bailly. — Fe- 
letz. Eloge du cardinal de Bernis. — Dupin. Eloge 
[duj due deNivernois. — Notes contenant des eclaircis- 
sements historiques et quelques citations enipruntees 
aux OBuvres [du] due de Nivernois. — Jouy. Notice 
sur Hydir-Aly-Klian. — Feletz. Du dialogue; — De 
I'anecdote. Discours pro nonces dans diverses 
Bolennites. Inauguration de la statue de Corneille; 
extr. des proces verbeux. — Lebrun. Inaug. de la 
statue de C. h Rouen. — Nodier. Inaug. de la statue de 
Cuvier, a Montbeliard. — Michaud. Inaug. de la statue 
deCuvier; rapport au nom de la deputation envoyee a 
Montbeliard. — Barante. Trans, des restes de Montyon, 
de Vaugirard a I'llotel-Dieu. — Tissot. Trans, des 
restes de la Harpe du cimetiere de I'ouest au cimetiere 
de I'est. — Lemercier. Trans, des restes de Florian k 
la commune de Sceaux. 

1840-49. Discou rs de reception. 1840. Flou- 
rens. Mignet. — Mole. Dujnn. — 1841. Hugo. Sal- 
vandy. — Sainte Aulaire. Roger. — Ancelot. Brifaut. 

— 1842. Tocqueville. Mole. — Ballancbe. Barante. 

— Pasquier. Mignet. — 1843. Patin. Barante. — 1845. 
Saint-Marc Girardin. Hugo. — Merim6e. Etienne. — 
Sainte Beuve. Hugo. — 1846. Vigny. MoU. — Vitet. 
Mole. — 1847. Remusat. Dupnty. — Empis. Viennet. 

— 1848. Ampere. Mirimee. — 1849. Noailles. Putin. 
Prix de vertu. 1840-49. Salvandy. — Jouy. — 
Mole. — Flourens. — Scribe. — Dupin. — Viennet. — 
Tocqueville. — Saint Marc Girardin. — Sainte Au- 
laire. Rapports des secretaires perpetuels. 
1840-49. Villemain. Pieces en vers. 1840-49. 
Viennet. Fables inedites; — Fables. — Ancelot. Le 
Havre, epitre a Mme. C. Persac.' — Soumet. Fragment 
d'une epopee de Jeanne d'Aro. — Lacretelle. Sur I'em- 
ploi de la mythologie. — Viennet. Fables. — Ponger- 
ville. Fragments d'une epitre sur la peine de mort. — 
Viennet. Fables Inedites. — Dupin. Eloge de Males- 

1850-59. I. Discours de reception. 1850. St. 
Priest. Dupaty. — 1851. Nisard. SaintMarc Girardin. 

— 1852. Montalembert. Guizot. — Musset. Nisard. 

— 1854. Dupanloup. Salvandy. Prix de vertu. 
le partie. Salvandy. — Koailles. — Vitet. — Vien- 
net. — Salvandy. Secretaires perpetuels. 1850- 
59. le partie. Villemain. 1850-54. Pieces en 
vers en seances publiques. le partie. — An- 
celot. Souvenirs et visions, fragment compose a Rome, 
au milieu des ruines du Forum. — Ancelot. Venise. — 
Amp6re. Ode sur le temps present. — Brifaut. Le 
monde a refaire, conte. — Viennet. Epitre a Clio. 
Pieces en prose, le partie. — Ampdre. Fragment 
d'un voyage au Canada. Pieces en vers, le partie. 
Brifaut. La sceur de charite; — L'liymen; — Regrets 
et espoir. Discours prononces dans diverses 
Bolennites. Nisard. Rapport, au nom des membres 
presents a I'inauguration de la statue de Gresset a 
Amiens; — Discours, pour I'inauguration de la statue 
de Gresset a Amiens. — Ancelot. Discours, dans la 
meme solennite. — Musset. Discours, pour les inau- 
gurations des statues de Bernardin de St. Pierre et de C. 
Delavigne, au Havre. — Ancelot. Poiime dithyram- 
bique lu au Havre. — Salvandy. Discours, dans la 
meme solennite. il. Discours de reception. 2e 
pte. 1855. Berryer. Salvandy. — Silvestre de Sacy. 
Salvandy. — 1856. Legouve. Flourena. — Broglie. 
Nimrd. — Ponsard. Nisard. — 1857. Biot. Guizot. — 
Falloux. Brifaut. — 1858. Augier. Lebricn. — 1859. 
Laprade. Vitet. — Sandeau. Vitet. Prix de vertu. 
2e i>te. Noailles-Barante. — Vitet. — SaintMarc Gi- 
rardin. — Guizot. Secretaires perpetuels. 2e 
pte. Villemain. 1855-59. Pieces en vers. 2e pte. 
Viennet. Epitre a Despreaux; — Epitre a Pontmartin 
sur la tragedie; — Kpitre ^ Villemain. — Legouve. 
Les deux miseres; un souvenir de Manin. — Viennet. 
Epitre k mes quatre vingts ans. , 

1860-69. I. Discours de reception. 1861. La- 
cordaire. Guizot. — 1863. Feuillet. Vitet. Broglie. 
SaintMarc Girardin. — 1864. Carn6. Viemiet. — Du- 
faure. Patin. Prix de vertu. le pte. R6musat. 
1860. — Laprade. 1861. — Montalembert. 1862. — Saint 
Marc Girardin. 1863. Le prince de Broglie. 1864. — 
Sainte Beuve. 1865. Secretaires perpetuels. 
le pte. — Villemain. 1860-65. Pieces en vers . le 
pte. — Legoav6. Un jeune homme qui ne fait rien ; 
coni6dle. — Viennet. Fables. — Legouv6. Fragments 

dramatiques. — Viennet. Epitre k ma vieille muse. — 
SaintMarc Girardin. De I'apologue et de la parabole 
dans I'antiquite. 

Acade'mie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres. 

Histoire et mera. de I'Acad. Vol. 5-28. 

Paris, 1821-74. 33 v. (v. 20, pt. 1; 22, pt. 
1, 2; 27 w.). 4°. 
Note, Vol. 11 is a Table des dix prem. vol. 

Memoires presentes par divers savants, le 

serie. Vol. 1-8 : Sujets divers d' erudition. 
Paris, 1844-69. 8 v. 4°. 

2e serie. Vol. 1-5 : Antiquitesde la France. 

Paris, 1843-65. 5 v. 4". 

Recueil des historiens des croisades. Paris, 

1841-59. 5 v. r. 
Contents. Lois. Tome 1. Assises de J6ru8alem : 
Haute Cour; pub. par le comte Beugnot. 2. Courdes 
Bourgeois; pub. par Beugnot. Historiens occi- 
dentaux. Tome 1, le ptie. Rapport sur la publica- 
tion du Recueil. — Notice sur la carte generale du theatre 
des croisades. Tome 1, le, 2e pte. Guilelmus Ty- 
rius. Historia; — French. L'estoire de Eracles empe- 
reur. 2. Contin. de l'estoire de Guillaume arcevesque 
de Sur. — Contin., 1229-61. — Analyse chronologique. — 
Glossaire. — Table. 

Academic des Sciences. 

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances, 

1835-75. Paris, 1835-75. 81 v. 4". 

Supplement. Paris, 1856-61. 2 v. 4". 

Table gen., tomes 1-31. Paris, 1853. 4". 

Memoires. Vol. 1-38. Paris, 1818-73. 38 v. 


Note. Vol. 27, 31, 37 are in two pt. The 2d pts. 
of 27 and 31 are wanting. 

Memoires presentes par divers savans. Sciences 

mathem. et phys. Vol. 1-20. Paris, 1827- 
72. 20 v. 4". 
Academie des Sciences Morales et Politiques. 

Corapte rendu des seances ; par C. Verge, le 

ser., tome 7, fev., mars 8, sept. -dec, 9-10. 
Paris, 1846. 2 v. 8**. 

2e ser., tome 1-10. Paris, 1847-51. 10 v. 

(T. 8, aout, sept. w.). 8". 

3e ser., tome 1, 2, juil., aout. Paris, 1852. 8°. 

Memoires. 2e ser. Vol. 1-12. Paris, 1837- 

65. 12 v. 4°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Fondation, suppression, retab- 
lissement de la classe. — Reglement particulier. — Etat 
de I'Acad. — Comte, C. La vieellestravauxdo le comte 
Garat. — Phi los. Maine de Biran, M. F. P. G. Le 
sommeil, les songes. et le somnambulisme. (Anal, et 
mem.) — Laromigui6re, P. Lemons de philosophic. — 
Broussais, F. J. V. L'assoc. du physique et du moral. 
(Anal, et mem.) — Morale. Roederer, P. L. Sur la 
religion, la raison, et la sympathie. — Bignon, L. P. E. 
La conciliation progressive de la morale et de la pol. 
(Anal, et mem.) — Joufifroy, — . Cours de droit nature!. 

— Lucas, C. Theorie de I'ernprisonnement. — Legisla- 
tion, etc. Berenger, A. M. M. T. Rapport sur la sta- 
tistique de la justice civile. (Anal, etmem.) — Carnot, 
— . L'instruction criminelle. — Comte. C. Truite de 
legislation. — Beaumont, G. de. La condition sociale 
et politique des negres esclaves et des gens de couleur 
affranchis aux Etats Unis. — Tocqueville, A. de. L'in- 
fluence du point de depart sur I'avenir de la societe des 
Etats-Unis. — Saint-Hilaire, B. L'ordre des livres de 
la pol. d'Aristote. — B6renger, A. M. M. T. Les 
moyens propres k generaliser en France le systSme 
penitentiare. (Anal, et mem.) — Econ. pol. et slat. 
Villerm6, L. R., and Benoiston de Chateauneuf, L. F. 
Docs, propres a constater la marche et les effets du 
cholera morbus dans Paris. — Villerm6, L. R. La dis- 
tribution de la population fran^ais par etat civil. (Anal, 
etmem.); — L'influence des marais sur les differents 
ages. — Lakanal, J. Lettre sur son sejour en Ame- 
rique. — Comte, C. Melanges et correspondanues d'eco- 
nomie politique. — Morogues, — . Les rccherches des 
causes de la richesse et de la mis6re des peuples civilises. 

— Dureau de la Malle, A. J. C. A. La population 
de la France au 14e siecle. — Costaz, L. La construc- 
tion des tables de statistique et sur la mesure des valeurs. 

— Renouard, C. La statistique de la justice civile. — 

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B«rds, E. L'affaibliMemeDt da commerce de Bordeanz 
et les moyens d'y reinedier. — Benoiston do Chateaa- 
neaf, L. F. L'entrepot de Paris. — Qaetelet, LA. J. 
LMiifluence dea aaUons sur la mortalite aux differeiiU 
ajfes, dans la Belgique. — Hist. Bo«derer, F. L. L'his- 
toire de la soc. polie en France. — Mignet, F. A. A. 
L'etablissemenl de la reforme religieuse et «ur constitu- 
tion du calviiiisme & Geneve. (Anal, et mem.) — Bu- 
reau de la Halle, A. J. C. A. Les causes de I'extcnsion 
du droit de cite ehez les Komains. — Sujets des prix 2.5 
avr. 1836. — Kapporu de M. Cousin et le due de Bas- 
Bano- — Mem. lua. Simten. — . I.e regime dotal et 
le regime en communaute daus le manage. — Coaain, V. 
Sur le sic et non (oui et uon) d'Abailard. 

2. Notices et eloges hist. Mignet, F. A. A. 
Analyse des travaux de I'Acad. — Comte, F. C. L. Vie 
et travaux de Malthus. — Mignet, F. A. A. Vie et tra- 
vaux de Sieyes, — de Koederer. — Talleyrand-Perigord, 
C. M. de. Le comte Reynard. — Mem. et rapports. 
Jottffiroy, — . De la legitimite de la dii«tiiiction de la psy- 
chologic et de la physiologic. — Damiron, J. P. Rap- 
port sur I'Organum d'Ari^tote. Morale. Dunoyer, 
B. C. P. J. liapport sur les classes daugereuses dans 
les grandes villes. Legislation , ftc. Portalia, J. M. 
Quelques obs. a I'occasion d'un code civil pour les etats 
de Sardaigne. £con. pol. et stat. Rossi, P. L. £. 
Le droit civil fran^ais. — Paasy, H. P. La division des 
heritages et I'influence qu'elle exerce sur la distribution 
des richesses. — Dapin, C. L'influence des nonvelles 
forces raotrices et dea nouveaux moyens de transports. 
— Villermi, L. R. L'etat physique et moral des ouvriers 
empl. dans les fabriques de sole, de coton, et de laine. 
Hist. Mignet, F. A. A. La formation territoriale et 
politique de la France, lle-loe siecle. 

3. Etat, Jan. 1841. Mi^et, F. A. A. Anal, des 
travaux, 1 Jan. 1339-31 dec. 1840; — I.,iving8toD ; — 
Talleyrand. Mem. Broossais, M. J. V. Du senti- 
ment d'individualite. — Barth6lemy Saint Hilaire, J. 
La philosophic sanscrite, le Xyaya. — Damiron, J. P. 
Hobbes. Morale. Joaffroy, — . -Rapport sur I'Ecoles 
normales primaires. — Legisl., etc. Passy, H. P. 
Les formes des gouvernements et les causes qui les de- 
terminent. — Fortalis, J. M. Droit des gens; — De la 
recherche de la verite des faits dans les debats judi- 
ciaires. Econ. pol. et stat. Blanqui. J. A. Sur 
I'elat econ. et moral de la Corse. 1838. — Passy, H. P. 
Assoc, commerciales Allemandes. — Benoiston de Cha- 
teaaneof, L. F. De la duret? de la vie cliez les i^avants 
el les gensdelettres. Hist . gen . et phi los. Miche- 
let, J. Les causes qui ont amene I'abolition de I'escla- 
vage ancien ; — Comment Taneienne Germanic est entree 
dans la societe civilisee de I'Europe occidentale, et lui a 
servi de barriere contre les invasions du Xord. 

4. Etat, 1844. Mignet, F. A. A. Anal, des travaux, 
1 Jan. 1841-31 dec. 1843; — Broussais;— Merlin; — 
Destutt de Tracy. Mem. Damiron. •!. P. Spinoza et 
sadoctrine; — Cartesianisme. Legisl ., etc. Portalis, 
J. M. Code civil pour Sardaigne. — Troplong, K. T. 
L'influence du christianii^nie sur le droit civil des Ro- 
mains. — Berriat Saint Prix. J. 8. Pauperisme en 
France au 16e siecle; — La legislation rel. aux nullites 
desactes de procedure. — Berenger, L. P. Code penal. 
Econ. pol. et stat. Benoiston de Chateanneaf, L. 
F., and Villerme, L. R. Voyage fait dans les cinq de- 

Sartements de la Bretagne. Hist. gen. et philos. 
fandet, J. Sur la police chez les Romains. — Mignet, 
F. A. A. Le droit de succession des femmes. 

5. Eloges hist. Mignet, F. A. A. D.iunou ; — 
Simeon. Mem. et Rapports. Barthelemy Saint- 
Hilaire, J. L'ecole d'Alexandrie. — R^masat, C. F. M. 
de. Examen critique de la philos. allemande. Legisl.. 
etc. Giraud, C. Des nexi. — Berriat Saint Prix, J. S. 
Bur la loi des xit Tables. Econ. pol. Passy, H. P. 
Systemes de culture et examen de leur influence snr 
I'econ. sociale. — Benoiston de Chateaanenf, L. F. 
Duree des families nobles de France. — Thierry, A. 
Etats generaux. — Nandet, J. Les recompenses d'hon- 
neur chez les Romains. — Passy, H. P. Des causes qui 
ont influe sur la raarche de la civilisation. 

6. Eloges hist. Mi^et, F. A. A. Sismondi; — 
Comte; — Ancillon. Mem. et rapports. Franck, 
A. Mem. env. pourconcourir an prix de philos.. 1843- 
46. — Damiron, J. P. Bay le et ses doctrines. Morale. 
Giraud, C. J. B. Le coucours ouvert pour le prix quin- 
qnennal de 5000 francs, fonde par F. de Beaujour. 
1848. Legisl. Giraud, 0. J. B. Le prix de legisla- 
tion. Econ. pol. Passy, H. P. Ecole des physio- 
crates. — Blanqui, J. A. La situation econ. et morale 
de PEspagne en 1846. — Benoiston de Chateanneaf, L. 
F. Duree de la vie humaine dans plusieurs des princi- 
paux Etats de I'Europe; — La condition des femmes et 
des jeunes filles detenues et liberees. Hist. Mignet, 
F. A. A. La question d'hist. mise an concours ponr 
1847. — Naodet, J. La police chez les Romains. 

282. (7. 2. 79.) 

7. Avertissement. — Petits traites. Coosin. V. 
Justice et charite. — Troplong, R. T. Propriete d'apres 
le code civil. — Passy, H. P. Causes de I'inegalite des 
richesses. — Dnpin, C. Bienetre et concorde des 
chisses du peuple fran^ais. — Thiers, L. A. Droit de 
propriete. — Mignet, F. A. A. Vie de Franklin. — 
Barthelemy Saint Hilaire, J. La vraie democratie. — 
Villerm6, L. li. Assoc, ouvrieres. — Portalis, H. P. 
L'homme ft la societe. — Damiron, J. P. Providence, 

— Ldlat, L. F. La saiute du peuple. 

yote. For another edition of these »ee p. 2244. 

8. Etat de r.\cad. au 1 dec. 18.32. — Mignet, F. A. A. 
M. le baron Bigtion ; — Rossi; — Cabanis. Mem. 
Barthelemy Saint Hilaire, J. Sankhya. Legisl. 
Troplong, R. T. Des republiques d'Athenes et de 
Sparte. — Berenger, L. P. De la repression penale. 

9. Mignet, F. A. A. La vie et les travaux de Droz; — 
Jouffroy. Mem. Barthelemy Saint- Hilaire, J. C^m- 
paraiiion de la philos. morale et politique de Pl.nto et 
d'Aristole. — Damiron, J. P. Helvetius. Morale. 
Frank, J. P. Prix en 1852. Legisl. Girand,CJ.B. 
Prix de legisl. — Portalis, H. P. Prix de legisl.. etc. — 
Berenger, L. P. De la repression penale. Econ. pol. 
e t stat. Reybaad, L. Les assoc. entre ouvriers on 
entre patrons et ouvriers. — ViUerme, L. R. Snr li-s 
tables de mortalite. Hist. Gnizot, F. P. G. La ques- 
tion d'hist. raise au concours ponr 1850 : La condition 
des classes agricoles depnis le 13e siecle. 

10. Etat, 1 nov. 1860. — Mignet, F. A. A. Ge- 
rando; — P. Laromiguiere. Mem. Damiron, J. P. 
Prix de philos., 18.>4. — Lelnt, L. F. Rapport snr le 
concours rel. k la question du sommeil. — Remnsat, C. 
F. M. de. La philos. de Thomas d'Aquin ; — L'influence 
de la scola-stique sur la langue fran^aise. — Damiron, J. 
P. Maupertuis. Morale. Reybaad, M. R. L. L'in- 
fluence de la litterature cotitemporaine sur les mceurs. 

— Danoyer, B. C. P. J. Rapports de la morale avec 
I'econ. politique. — Guizot, F. P. O. Sur le concours 
Felix de Beaujour, rel. au role de la famille dans ['edu- 
cation. Legisl. etc. Passy, H. P. Sur la diversite 
dea formes de gouvemement. — Laferridre, F. La philos. 
du droit; — L'influence da stoicisme sur la doctrine des 
jurisconsultes romains. Econ. pol. et stat. Da- 
noyer, B. C. P. J. I^pport, k la suite d'informations 
prises en Angleterre. — Wolowski, L. F. M. R. Sur le 
concours rel. a I'administration de Colbert. — Broglie, 
C. A. V. L. de. Sur le concours Felix de Beaujour. — 
Reybaad, M. R. L. La condition morale, intellectuelle, 
et materielle des ouvriers qui \ivent du travail de la 
sole. — Passy, H. L. Sur le concours ouvert au sujet 
de la rente des terres. 

11. Etat de I'Acad , 31 dec. 1862. — Mignet, F. A. A. 
La vie et les travaux de Lakaiial ; — Schelling. Mem. 
Barthelemy Saint Hilaire, -J. Le concours rel. k la 
question du beau. — Damiron, J. P. Le concours rel. 
i la philosophic de Leibnitz; — Sur Condillac et son 
'Traite des systemes'. Morale. Gamier, .-V. L'autoriie 
paternelle. L e g i s I . , eic.— Laferriirre, F. Sur I'histoire 
et I'organisatiun comparee des Etats provinciaux aux 
diverses epoques de la monarchic jusqu'a 1789. — R»- 
noaard, A. C. Sur le concours rel. au droit maritime 
international. Econ. pol. et stat. Passy, H. P. 
Rapport sur le concours L. Faucher, rel. a la vie et aux 
oeuvrea philos. et econ. deTurgot. — Reybaad, M. R, L. 
Rapport sur les ouvriers qui vivent de I'industrie du 

12. Etat de I'Acad., 1 sept. 1865. — Mignet, F. A. A. 
La vie de Portalis; — Hallam; — Macaulay. Mem. 
Franck, A. Rapport sur le concours rel. au role de la 
psychologic en philos. — Barthelemy Saint- Hilaire, J. 
Rapport sur la philos. de Saint-Angustin. Morale. 
Janet, P. Traite des devoirs de Ciceron. — Reybaad, M. 
R. L. L'etat des classes ouvriers depuis 1789. — Simon, 
J. Rapport, fait au nom de la commission pour le prix 
Halphen. Econ. pol. et stat. Passy, H. P. Le 
prix quinquennal fonde par F. de Beaujour; — Sur le 
concours rel. au pr6t k I'interet. — Lavergne, L. 6. L. 
G. de. Rapport rel. aux grandes agglomerations de 
population. — Wolowski, L. F. M. R. Rapport sur 
le concours L. Faucher, rel. k I'bistoire de la ligue 
hanseatique. Legisl., etr. Renonard, A. C. I^p- 
port, rel. a la nature et k I'influence des peinea. — 
Barrot, C. H. O. Rapport sur le prix fonde par Moro- 
gues. — Reybaad, M. R. L. Rapport aur lea ouvriers 
qui vivent de I'industrie de la laine. Hist. Gnizot, 
F. P. G. Rapport rel. a l'etat du gouvernement et k 
I'etablissement de cert.iinea institutions sous le regne 
de Charles vil. — Mignet, F. A. A. Rapport rel. k 
I'bistoire des etablissements fran^ais dana lea Indes 
orieiitales. Politique, etc. Vuitry, A. Rapport 
rel. a I'impot avant et depuis 1789. — Hosson, J. C. A. 
Controle dana les finances sur les recettea et les 
depenses publique. — Pariea, M. L. P. F. E. de, L'en- 
seignement administratif et politique. 

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- - Memoires. Tome 1,2: Savants etrangers. 

Paris, 1841-47. 2 v.. 4°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Heusde, P. W. ran. Vues sur 
une eiicyclopedie d'aprus les principes de la philosophic 
de Platon. — Galluppi, P. Le systi-me de Fichte. — 
Pallia, — . Sur le nis. arabe 'Celui qui delivre de I'er- 
reur et expliqiie I'etat vrai des choses' d'Algazali. — 
Franck, A. Sur la Kabale. — Jacques, A. F. Sur le 
sens comniun comme principe et methode philos. — 
Boncbitt6, L. F. H. Hist, des preuves de I'existenoe de 
Dieu. — Chalmers, T. Sur les iiiconvenienfs d'uii impot 
public pour rindigencc. — Giraud, C;. J. B. Du vrai 
caractere de la loi Voconia chez les Romains. — Lin- 
gard, J. En quelle annee Anne Boleyn quitta-t-elle la 
France et retourna-t-elle en Angleterre ? — Rotteck, C. 
V. D. de. Sur la marche, le caractfere, et I'etat actuel 
des etudes hist, en Allemagne. — Gnehrauer, G. E. 
Sur le projet d'expedition en Egypte. — Filon, C. D. A. 
Bur I'etat moral et religieux de la society romaine, k 
I'epoque de I'apparition du christianisme. — Rosseeuw 
Saint Hilaire, E. F. A. Sur Torigine des immunites 
ecclesiastiques en Espagne. 

2. Martin, H. L'opinion de Platon sur les dieux; 
[prec. d'un rapport par J. Barthelemy Saint Hilaire]. 
— Bouchitt6, L. F. H. La notion de Pieu dans ses rap- 
ports avec I'imagination et la sensibilite; [prec. d'un 
rapport par C. F. M. Remusat]. — Schmidt, O. Etudes 
Bur le rnysticisme alleniand au 14e sieele ; [prec. d'un 
rapport par J. Barthelemy Saint Hilaire]. — Montet, L. 
Saint Thomas d'Aquin ; [prec. d'un rapport par J. Bar- 
thelemy Saint Hilaire]. — Bonchitt6, L. F. H. De la 
persistence de la personnalite apreslaraort; [prec. d'un 
rapport par A. Franck]. 

- - Petits traites. Paris, 1848. 7 T. 16°. 

Contentit. Vol. 1. Cousin, V. Justice et charite. 
2. Troplong, R. T. De la propriety d'aprfes le code 
civil. 3. Passy, H. P. Des causes de I'inegalite des 
richesses. 4. Dupin, C. Bien-etre et Concorde des 
classes du penples fran^ais. 5,6. Thiers, L. A. Du 
droit de propriety. 7. Cousin, V. I'hilosophie popu- 
laire ; suivie de La profession de foi du vicaire Sa- 

'Section d'Agriculture. 

- - Nouveau cours d'agriculture, par les membres 

de I'Institut. Paris, 1809. 13 v. 8°. 

- - Same. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1821-23. 16 v. 8". 

- Jardin des Plantes. Notice des principaux 

objets d'bist. nat. dans les galleries du Museum. 
Paris, an IX [1801]. 8°. (C 99) 

- - BoiTARi), P. Descrip. des mammiferes de la 

menagerie, etc. ; prec. d'une in trod. hist. par J. 
Janin. Paris, 1845. 8°. 

- Observatoire. Roy, W. Operations pour 

determiner les positions respective des obser- 
vatoires des Greenwich et de Paris ; tr, par 
R. Prony. Paris, 1791. 4°. 

- Parlement de Paris. See Paris, Parlement de 

(p. 2-J49). 

- Soci6t6 Anatomique. 23e, 24e, 26e bulletin. Paris, 

[1829?]. 8°. (B1562) 

- Societe Anthropologique. BrOca,P. History of the 

trans, of the Soc, 1865-67; tr. by C. A. Alexander. 
{In Smithsonian Inst. Reports, 1868.) 

- Societe Asiatique. Elemens de la grammaire 

japonaise par J. Rodriguez; tr. du portugais 
par C. Landresse, etc, Paris, 1826. 8". 

- - Supp]. ou remarques tirees de la grammaire 

composee par Oyanguren, etc. Paris, 1826. 4°. 

- - Rapport annuel fait 25 juin 1862, 8 mai 1863 ; 

par J. Mohl. Paris, 1862-63. 2 v. 8°. 

- Societe Central de Vaccine. Rapport. Paris, 

1803. 8°. 
--Disc, par Guillotin ; [avec] Rapport; par 
"W. Husson. 7i.t.p. [Paris, ISOS.j 8°. 

- - Rapport sur les vaccinations en France en 

180 3-07; [par Husson]. Paris, 1809. 8°. 

- Society Chimique. Lemons de chimie et de 

physique, 1861. Paris, 1862. 8°. 

Contents. Jamin, J. C. Les lois de I'equilibre et du 

mouveraent des llquides dans les corps poreux. — Debray, 

H. Sur la production des temperatures elevees et sur 

la fueion du platiue. — Lissajoaa, — . L'etude optique 

des sons. — Cloez, S. Rccherches sur la nitrification ; — 
Assimilation de I'azote des plantes. — Becquerel, E. 
Effets luniineux qui resultent de Paction de la lumiere 
sur les corps. — Pasteur, L. Sur les corpuscules or- 
ganises qui existent dans I'atniosphere. 

— Soc. d'Agric. du D6part. de la Seine. Programme 

de la seance pub. avrll 9. Paris, 1809. 4°. (A 74) 

— - Programmes des prix propoces et notices des m6- 

dailles donnees. [Paris,] 1805, 07. 08. 8°. (B 805) 

— Society de Geographie. 47e anniversaire de 

la fondation de la Soc. celebre dans un ban- 
quet au Grand-Hotel, le 21 dec. 1868. Paris, 
1869. 8". 

Bulletin. 2e ser., v. 8 ; 3e, v. 1-7 ; 4e, v. 6-8 ; 

5e, v. 13-20 ; 6e, v. 1-14. Paris, 1837-77. 
34 V. in 5 ser. 8°. 

2Cote. There are lists of the members in 5th ser., vol. 
19, 18; 6th ser., v. 2, 8, 10, 12, 14; maps and plates in 
each vol. 

Contfuts. 2e s6r., v. 8. Mdmoires, extraits, 
a nalyses,et rapports. Tamisier, M., flnrf Combes, 
E. Voyage en Abyssinie. 1835, 36. — B., M. A. Voy. 
dans le Turquie. — Note sur la nouv. entree du port de 
Boulogne-sur-Mer. — Dubois de Montpereux, F. Sur 
I'archeol. et de geog. anc. — Paris. Acad. Koy. des Scl. 
Instructions rel. au voy. de I'Astrolabe et de la Zelee. — 
Raffetot, Cte. de. Hauteur de la vallee de Bareges. — 
Moerenhout, — . L'ile Huaheine. — Grandpre, L. M. 
J. O., cte. de. L'ile Panchaia d'Evhemfere. — Santarem, 
M. F. de B. y 8., vet. de. Sur les voy. d'Americ Ves- 
puce, 1501-03. — La Roquette, — . Population de la 
Norwege, 1835. — Voy. de la fregate la Venus. — W., 
M. Afrique occidentale. — Arago, D. F. J. Instruc- 
tions pour le voy. de la Bonife. — Lafond, G. Sur [sa] 
tr. du 'Guide' de J. Horsburgh ; — Le detroit d'AUas. — 
Back, G. Retour de cap Turnagain, etc. ; — Guizot, F. 
P. G. Discours. — Desvergers, N. Travaux de la Soc. 
Callier, C. Les courriers de Turquie et la caravane de 
Bagdad. — Combes, E., and Tamisier, M. Route de 
Dlier a Angolala. — Berthelot, S. Leslies de Lance- 
rotte et de Fortaventure. — Delaporte, — . Empire de 
Maroc. — Francfort. Soc. de G6og. Statuts. — Actes 
de la societe. 

3e ser., v. 1. M6m., etc. Daussy, P. 'Les glaces 
du pole australe' de Dr. Hombron ; — 'Carte g^n. des 
possessions iieerlandaises dans I'archipel Indien' par 
G. F. von Derfelden. — Lefebvre, C. T. Lettre du 
Cairo; — Lettre. — D6couverte du lac Torrens, par M. 
Eyre. — Avezac-Macaya, M. A. 1'. d'. Une anc. carte 
de G. B. du Bocage.— Hommaire de Hell, I. X. M. Voy. 
i la mer Caspienne; — Carte de la Russie merid. — 
Merkes, J. G. W. La mer de Haarlem. — Voy. de M. 
Schomburgk aux sources du Takutu. 1842. — Simmond, 
— . Voy. de M. Schomburgk dans la Guiane. 1843. — 
Allen, — . La riviere de Cameroons, et de la baie d'Am- 
boises. — Roger, — . Culture des limoniers aux bords 
du lac de Garda. — Jomard, E. F. Les ernes prema- 
turCes du Nil, 1843. — D., J. Le Sahara. — Montagne, 
— . Un phenomene obs. dans la mer Rouge. — Rei- 
chard, G. G. T>e Niger, le Nil, le Gir. — Frober- 
ville, E. de. Decouvertes geog. dans Madagascar. ^ — 
Itineraire de Raguse a Constantinople. — Gay, O. En- 
terrement du cacique Catbiji dansl'Araucaiiie. — Texier, 
C. F. M. Kourdistan. — Smith, A. Texas. — Noel, V. 
Madagasca. — Fuss, — . Travaux de I'Acad. d. Sci. de 
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3eser., V. 3. Mem.,f<c. Lafond, 6. Quelques se- 
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3e ser., v. 6. Mem., etc. Berthelot, S. L'ile de 
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E. L'ortbographie geog. — Monuments hist.du Groen- 
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F. Un ace. meridien au cap de Bonne-Esperance. — 
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3e ser., v. 7. Mem., etc. Chaix, P. Lea progres 
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4e ser., v. 5. Mem., etc. Matiuen, C. Diacoura. — 
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— Bellot, J. R. Exped. 4 la recherche de Sir J. Frank- 
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4e ser., v. 6. Mem., etc. Coraboeu^ Col. M. Ope- 
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— Cortambert, P. F. £. Carte des celebritea de la 

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— Montague d'Aimant a St. Domingue. — Nouv. excur- 
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4e ser., v. 7. Mem., etc. Demersay, A. Voy. an 
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— Actea de la Soc. 

4e ser., v. 8. Mem., etc. Chaix, P. Le passage 
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5e .ser., v. 13. Mem., etc. — Chevalier, M. Diacoura. 
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— Simonin, L. De San Francisco a Santiago. — Ros- 
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— Marcou, J. Uue ascension dans les montagnes Ro- 
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— Lettre. — Actes de la Soc. 

5e ser., V. 14. Mem., etc. Beamier, A. Le Maroc. 

— Delamarre, C. Almeria. — Desjardins, E. Les 
embouchures du Danube. — Heine, W. Le chemin 
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— Coutinho, J. M. Da S. L'embouchure de I'Amazone. 

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— Lambert, G. L'expeJition an Pole Nord. — Anal . 
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5e ser., V. 15. Mem., etc. Squier, E. 8. La geog. 
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— Guerin, H. V.. and Bernard, H. Les aborigeiies de 
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5e8er.,v.l6. Mem., etc. Du Bisson, R., c2<'. Iti- 
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— Wiet, E. Itineraire en Albanie et en Roumelie. — 
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— Gloukhovsky, — . Captivite en Boukharie. — Beau- 
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— Voy. au Tibet par trois Pundit en 1867. — Malte- 
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— Bourdon, G. La geog. phys. d'Oran. — Anal., 
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5e ser., v. 18. Mem., etc. Barbedor, — . La 
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5e ser., v. 19. M.em., etc. Gamier, J. Les migra- 
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Maroc. — Levy, P. Le Nicaragua. — Maunoir, C. 
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6e ser., v. 20. Mem., etc. Gauldr6e-Boillean, — . 

Tarapaca. — Grad, C. Recents voy. dans la mer de 
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6eser., v. 1. Mem., etc. Bourdon, G. Dahra. — 
Gatell, J. Descr. du Sous. — Broch, Dr. O. J. lies 
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6eser.,v. 2. Mem., ete. L6vy, P. Le Nicaragua. — 
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A. L. M. Fatio. — David, L'abbe. Voy. en Chine. — 
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6eser., V. 3. Mem.,efc. — Delesse, A, Les cotes de 
France. — Durand, L'abbe. Le llio Negro du Nord. — 
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— Gamier, F. Nouvelles routes de commerce avec la 
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— Maunoir, C. Travaux de la Soc. 1870-71. — Bourdon, 
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— Comm. Picard, E. L'exped. de I'Oued-Guir. — 
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mer des Sargasses. — Comm. Barth, Dr. Les ex- 
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6e ser., v. 5. Mem., etc. Derr6cagalx, V. Le sud 
d'Oran. — Martin, Dr. L'extreme Orient. — Balansa, 

B. Nouvelle-Caledonie. — L6vy, P. Nouv. carte du 
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Soc. 1872. — Huber, W. Le reseau telegraphique du 
globe. — Comm. Dufresne, A. Utilite pratique de 
la geog. ancienne. — Khanikof, N. de. Docs, sur le 
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6e ser.,v. 6. Mem., etc. Hal6vy, J. Voy. au Nedjean. 
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1872. — Dozon, — . Preveza et Arta. — Pinart, A. 
Voy. d'Ourialasbka a Kadiak. — Dournaux-Dup6r6, — . 
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Trisngnlatioii de llnde anglaise. — Compi^gne, — de 
and Marche, — . Escales de deux voyngeurs fraii5ais & 
la cote occidentale d'Afrique. — Verne, J. Les meri- 
diens et le calendrier. — Saavi, A. Mer d'Aral. — 
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au Bahar-El-Ghazal. — Actes de la Soc. 

6e ser., v. 7. Mem., etc. Gamier, F. Voy. dans 
la Chine cent. — Levassenr, E. La geog. a TExpos. Univ. 
de Vienne en 1873. — Dastague, H., le gen. Hants pla- 
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Colonisation anglo-saxonne aux iles Fidji. — Lome, D. 
De Calais i Douvres sur des navires porte-train. — 
Stueble, A. Voy. au Chimborazo k I'Altar. — Matmoir, 
C. Travanx de la Soc. — Gorceix, H. Aper^u geog. de 
la region des Khat'sia. — Duveyrier, H. Une mer inte- 
rieure en Algerie. — Adam, A. Methode poor Pen- 
seignement de la geog. — Bouche, L'ubbe. Le Dahomey. 

— Darand, Vabbt. Le rio San Francisco du Bresil. — 
Fedscenko, — . Le khanat de Khokand. — Comm. 

— Sayous, E. Les musees ethnog. de Copenhague et de 
ULoscou. — Cbancoortois. B. de. Carte do globe en 
projection gnomonique. — Thonlet, J. Geol. survey of 
the territories aux Etats-Unis. — Gamier, — . Siam. — 
Schweioforth, G. Oasis du desert Libyque. — Gasse- 
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Populations du Gabon et de I'Ogoway. — Wyse, X. L. 
B. Excursion en Tunisie. — Actes de la Soc. 

Seser.. V. 8. Mem.,«<c. Contenson, G. de. Inon- 
dations dans la plaine de Tien-Ttin. — Dnrand, Uabbe. 
Le rio San Francisco du Bresil. — Viollet-le-Duc, E. 
Kouv. carte topog. du massif du moiit Blanc. — Niox, G. 
L. Carte du Mexique.— Doumani-Dup^re, X. Voy. dans 
le haul Sahara. — Compiggne, V. de, and Harche, A. 
Voy. haut Ogooue. — Chauconrtois, A. E. B. de. Sys- 
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— Weyprecht,C.,anrf Payer, J. Exped. aui-tro-hongroise 
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Perrier, F. La nouvelle triangulation de I'ile de Corse. 

— Thoulet, J. Projections gnomoniques. — David, 
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de. Canal interoceanique k travers I'isthme de Darien. 

— Setnall^, R. de. Etat des populations indigenes 
dans les colonies europeennes. — Wilson, H. H. Pre- 
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Bondages dans I'Ocean Paciflqoe. — Levassenr, E. Em- 
ploi des cartes en relief dans I'enseignement, etc. — 
Comtes rendus. — Correspondance, etc. — 
Actes de la Soc. 

6e ser., V. 9. Mem.ffc. David, A-.TaMe. Voy. en 
Mongolie. — Visconti, G.,i« com fe. Du premier meridien, 
par O. Struve. — Rivoire, D. de. J. Poncetet les expl. 
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La Birmanie anglaise. — Thanh-Hoa. — Harmand, ^. 
Souvenirs du Tong-Kine. — Maunoir, C. Travaux de 
la Soc, 1874. — Dewulf, E. Un ras. de Djellal-ed-din- 
es-Soiouti. — Duveyrier, U. Mission des Chotts du Sa- 
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de Geog. fondee en 1821. — Malte-Brtm, V. A. Aper^u 
de I'etat de nos connaissances geog. au moment de I'ou- 
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— Fonclayer, — de. Artesia. — Comm. Chan- 
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— Delaporte, L. Le Cambtjdge. — Bessels, 2>r. E. 
L'exp. polaire amer. sous les ordres du capitaine Hall. 

— Armand, Dr. J. Voy. scientifique dans I'interieur 
de rindo-Cbine. — Cosson, E. L'acclimatation de 
I'eucalyptus globulus. — Comtes rendus. — Cor- 
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6e ser., v. 10. Mem . , etc. Petitot, 'E.,rabb)f. Geog. de 
I'Athabaskaw - Mackenzie. — Clermont - Gannean, C. 
Les cotes de la Phenicie et de la Palestine. — Duber- 
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— Roudaire, E. La mission des Chott* du Sahara de 
Constantine. — Pricot de Sainte-Marie. E. La cours 
de la Miliaska et de la vallee de Serajevo. — Girard, J. 
Les cotes de la France. — RafiEiay, A. Voy. en Abys- 
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^ Tse-Kou. — Long, C. C. Voy. an lac Victoria 
N'Yanza, etc. — OUive, C. Geog. med. ; climat de Moga- 

dor. — Bandens, G. Le Japon, eV-. — Boisse, E. Les 
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orthographiques. — Margnin, G. La terre de Feu. — 
Duveyrier, H. Du Mogador au I>jebel Tabayoudt. — 
Comm. — Hist, de la ville de Riad. — Allain, E. 
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— Gordon, Col. —. Voy. sur le Haut-Xil. — Fonmier, 

A. Mozambique, «^. Comtes rendus. — Corre- 
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6e ger.,v. 11. Mem . , etc. Malte-Brun, V. A. L'exped. 
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Decouverte de la cote d'Afrique depuis le cap Sainte- 
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H. Traversee de la zone sud de I'Afrique equatoriale, 
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6e ?er., v. 12. Mem., etc. Masquery, E. Voy. dans 
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— Meyners d'Estrey, Le cte. Le geographes arabes. — 
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B. Les explor. russes et anglaises dans I'Asie cent. — 
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6e8er.,v. 13. Mem.,«^*c. Vidal-Lablache, P. Popula- 
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— Arcenant, M. d'. Le Senegal. — Coatpont, Col, de. 

— Carte des deux continents en projection azimutale 
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6e ser,, V. 14. Mem., etc. Dnpnia, J, Voy. au Yun- 
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R. Beliarmino." LoDdon, 1611. 8'. (B 1708) 

— Nouveau formulaire, ou stile de proc-edures qui 

se font au Parlement, aux Requetes de I'Ho- 
tel et du Palais. Paris, 1725. 12". 

— Les Olim ou registres des arrets rendus par la 

cour du roi sous les regnes de Saint Ixiuis, 
de Philippe le hardi, de PhUippe le bel, de 
Louis le hutin, et de Philippe le long ; pub. 
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— Rec-ueil des remontrances du Parlement, faites 

au roi, 4 mai 1751, 15 avril 1752, 9 a>Til 
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(B 325, 1876) 

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(B 325, 427) 

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1814. 8*. (B325) *i~ »» 

— The excellence of the gospel visible in the wretched- 

ness of paganism; discourse, Dec 20, 1797. Jfew- 
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— Xew gazetteer of the Eastern continent. See Morse, .T. 

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(B1202) J*- . L J . 

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[1900]. 8*. (E61) ^ 

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— Sermon before the Convention of Congregational Minia- 

ters. May 30. Camb., 1821. 8*. (B 957) 

— Sermon before the Hass. Uissionary Soc., Boston, 

May 26. Xewburyport, 1807. 8*. (B 300, 325) 

— Sermon before the Soc for Prop, the Gospel among 

the Indians. Boston, 1814. 8*. (B 300, 325) 

— Sermon, Byfield and Xewburyport. Salem. 1823. 8" 


— Sermon, Byfield, annual fast, Apr. 11. Boston. 1811. 

8». (B325) 

— Sermon in the vicinity of Dartmouth Coll. Hanover. 

X. H., 1806. 8*. (B 210) 

— Sermon, ordin. of A. Parish, Manchester, Apr. 4. 

Salem, 1792. ST (B 169) 

— Sermon, ordin. of D. Thurston, Winthrop, Feb. 18. 

Augusu, 1807. 8*. (B 1849) 

— The su^ect of being buried with Christ in baptism. 

{In Kine discourses. 1806; a/so C 163) 
Parish, Henry. Belx, L. V. Medical opinion in 

the Parish will case. N. Y., 1857. 8". 
Parish, Henry Headley. Diplomat, hist, of the mon- 
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Parish officers. Herrick, W. A. Powers, duties, 

and liabilities of town and parish officers in 

Mass. Boston. 1870. 8". 
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registers in Eng. ; also, registers of Ireland, 

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Parisian sights and French principles ; [by J. J. 

Jarves]. N. Y., 1852. 12", 
Parisienneset provinciales ; par A. Achard. Paris, 

1856. 16". 
Parisiens en Provence, Les ; par H. de Balzac. 

Paris, 1865. 16". ((Euvres, v. 37.) 
Parisine ; par L. V. N. Roqueplan. 8e ed. Paris, 

[1869?]. 16". 
Parisio, Aulo Giano. See Parrbaains, A. J. 
Parisot, Valentin. Xotice sur le livre xxxvii de Xic^bore 

Gregoras, avec une trad. fr. et des notes. (In Paris. 

Inat. Ac. d. Inter. Xot , v. 17, 2e pt- 1851.) 
Pariaiiis de Cereta. Chronicon Veronense. 1117-1375, (/i» 

Mtiratori, L. A. Rer. Ital. scr., v, 8. 1726.) 
Park, Edwards Amasa, ed. The atonement ; dis- 
courses, and treatises with an introd. essav. 

Boston, 1859. 8". 

Content*. Park, E. A. Introductory essay; rise of 

the Edwardean theory of the atonement. — Edwards, J, 

Three sermons on the necessity of atonement, etc. — 

Smalley, J. Justification through Christ an act of free 




grace; — None but believers saved through the all- 
sufficient satisfaction of Christ. — Maxcy, J. Discourse 
to explain the doctrine of the atonement. — Emmons, 
N. Two sermons on the atonement. — Griffin, K. D. 
Humble attempt to reconcile the differences of Christ- 
ians resp. the extent of the atonement. — Burge, C. 
Scripture doctrine of atonement. — Weeks, W. K. Dia- 
logue on the atonement. 

— Discourse, funeral of M. Stuart. Boston, 1852. 8°. 

(B 1224) 

— Duties of a theologian ; anniv. address before the The- 

olog. Soc. of Dartmouth Coll., July 24. N. Y., 
1839. 8°. (B 1840) 

— Memoir of N. Emmons, with sketches of his friends 

and pupils. {In Emmons, N. Works, v. 1. 1861.) 

— Sermon [by P.] and addresses, installation of 

J.M. Manning, Mar. 11. Boston, 1857. 8". 

— Another <-Ojjy. (B 1321) 

— Numerous articles.] (/« Bibliotheca sacra.) 

— Allen, G. The Andover fuss; or. Dr. Woods versus 

Dr. Dana, on the heresy [of] Prof. Park, etc. Bos- 
ton, 1853. 8°. (B 1394) 

Park, Harrinon Greenough. The death of the godly an in- 
centive to prayer; sermon, death of G. Cowles and 
E. U. Cowles. Salem, 1837. 8°. (B 1212) 

Park, Henry, M.D., and Moreau, P. J. Cases of 
the excision of carious joints ; by H. P. ; 
with obs., by J. Jeffray. Glasgow, 1806. 12°. 

Park, J. R. Inquiry into the laws of animal life. 
London, 1812. 8°. 

London, 1822. 8°. 
Memoirs of W. Stevens. 

— Pathology of fever. 
Park, Sir James Allan. 

London, 1812. 8°. 

— Same. New ed. enl. London, 1859. 16". 

— A system of the law on marine insurance. 3d 

Amer. ed. Boston, 1800. 8°. 

Park, John. Address on the festival of St. John the Bap- 
tist, June 24, 5803. Newburyport, 1803. 4°. (A 6) 

Park, John, M.D. Williams, J. The Hamil- 
toniad. [Boston, 1804.] 8°. (B 425) 
Note. 'To perpetuate the brutal infamy of P.' 

Same. N. Y., 1865. 8°. (Hamilton Club, 

no. 3.) 

Park, John Cochran. Address at the meeting of the de- 
scendants of R. Haven, Aug. 1844. {In Adams, J. 
Genealogy of R. Haven. 1843: 1849.) 

— Same. Boston, 1844. 8". (B 1457, 1611) 

— and others. [Report on the school system of Boston.] 

n.t.p. [1836.] 8°. (B1116) 
Park, Louisa Jane. See Hall, JMs. L. J. 
Park, Mungo. Journal of a mission to the interior 

of Africa, 1805 ; prefixed, a life of Park. 2d 

ed. London, 1815. 4". 

— Travels in the interior of Africa, 1795-97, etc. 

New ed. Vol.1. London. 1816. 4°. 

— Same. {In Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., v. 16. 1814.) 

— French, extract. {In Montemont, A. Bibl.. v. 25. 


— Expedition to the Niger. {In Assoc, for Prom, the 

Disc, of the Interior Parts of Africa. Proc, 1810.) 

— Brougham, H. L. {In his Contrib., v. 3. 1856.) 

. — Life and travels of P. N. Y., 1844. 16°. 
(Harper's fam. lib., v. 105.) 

— Life of P. Edin., 1835. 12". 

— St. John, J. A. (/« his Lives of eel. trav., v. 3. 1847. 

Harper's fam. lib.) 
Park, Koswell. History and topography of West 
Point and the U. S. military academy. 
Phila., 1840. 18°. 

— Plan for the diffusion of human knowledge. (In 

Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 2. 1850.) 

— Religious education, (/w Amer. Inst, of Instr. Lect.. 


Park, Thomas, «?. 1835. Heliconia. London, 1815. 
3 V. 4°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Breton, N. Small handfull of 
fragrant flowers. — Proctor, T. Gorgious gallery of 
gallant inventions. — Breton, N. A floorish upon 
funcie. 2. Robinson, C. HandefuU of pleasant de- 
lites. — Whetstone, G. A mirror of treue honour, etc. 
— S., R. Phoenix nest. — Barnes, B. Divine centurie 
of spiritual! sonnets. — Constable, H. Spirituall son- 
neltes, to the honour of God, etc. — Clmrchyard, T. 

A sadandsolemnefunerall of SirF. Knowles. — Storer, 
T. Life and death of T. Wolsey. 3. Allott, R. 
England's Parnassus. — Churchyard, T. Churchyard's 
good will; sad verses for losse of Abp. Whitgift. 

— Catalogue of royal and noble authors continued by 

Park. See Walpole, H. 

Park family. Whitney, F. A. Genealogical notice. {In 
hi-t Christian mother. 1855. B 1211) 

Park Street Church. See Boston. Eccl. Org. (p. 348). 

Parke, John. Answer to Duche's letter to Washington. 
{In Washington, G. Letters to friends. 1778. 74) 

Parke, John G. Report of explorations of a rail- 
way route between Dona Ana on the Rio 
Grande and Pimas villages on the Gila. 
[Washington, 1854,] 8° a?idMap. (Ho. doc. 

— Same. With app. {In U. S. War Dep't. Report of 

explorations for a R. R. to the Pacific Ocean, v. 2. 
1855.) — Report of explorations for R.R. routes 
from San Francisco Bay to Los Angeles, and from 
the Pimas villages to the Rio Grande near the 32d 
parallel, by P., assisted by A. H. Campbell. {In v. 7. 

Parker, A. A. Trip to the West and Texas. Con- 
cord, 1836. 18°. 

Parker, A. Borland. Sermon; those who are justified by 
faith are heirs of life. {In Free church pulpit. 1853.) 

Parker, A. M. Arithmetic and algebra, {hi Soc. Diff. 
Usef. Kn. Libr. U. K. Math., v. 1. 1836.) 

Parker, Abel. Moore, J. B. Memoir. {In New Hamp. 
Hist. Soc. Col., V. 3. 1832.) 

Parker, Amasa J., LL.D. Address before the graduating 
class of Albany Med. Soc, Jan. 21. Albany, 1851. 
8". (B 1559) 

— Speech. {In Litchfield County. Cent, celebration. 


— Speech at the Cooper Inst. {In Hand-book of the de- 

mocracy. 1864.) 

Parker, Arthur Cortlandt. Parker, W. W. (/n Higgin- 
son, T. W. Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 

Parker, B. C. C. Sermon ; the sufficiency of the gospel. 
{In Protestant Episc. pulpit, v. 1. 1831.) 

Parker, Benjamin. The excellent spirit described and rec- 
ommended; sermon, Haverhill, Feb. 20, 1774, after 
the funeral of E. Parker. Salem, 1774. 8°. (B 17) 

Parker, Charles, F. I. B. A: Villa rnstica; buildings and 
scenes in the vicinity of Rome and Florence. "2d ed. 
London, 1848. 4°. (E 37) 

Parker, Charles Stuart. On the history of classical educa- 
tion. {In Farrar, F. W. Essays on a liberal edu- 
cation. 1S68.) 

— Popular education. {In Questions for a reformed 

Parliament. 1867.) 

Parker, D. G. Compilation of startling facts ; or, 
Romanism against Republicanism. Chicago, 
1856. 12°. 

Parker, Daniel. Discourse, Canaan, Mar. 23. Hartford, 
1815. 8°. (B 994) 

— Discourse before the Literary School, Sharon, Sept. 6. 

Hartford, 1815. 8°. (B 327) 

— Foreign grain for seed. {In Phil. Agric. Soc. Mem.. 

V. 2. 1811.) 

Parker, David. Dying in the Lord: sermon, death of M. 
Tillotson. n.p., [1823]. 8°. (B 1226) 

Parker, Edward Griflin. Golden age of Amer. ora- 
tory. Boston, 1857. 12°. 

— Reminiscences of R. Choate. New York, 

1860. 12°. 
Parker, Edward H. The essential dignity of the profession 

of medicine; annual address before the Med. Soc. 

of the State of N. Y., Feb. 6. Poughkeepsie, 1862. 

8°. (B1559) 
Parker, Edward Lutwyche. History of London- 
derry, N. H. Boston, 1851. 12". 
Parker, Foxhall Alexander. Report. {In Gilmore, Q. A. 

Engineer operations against Charleston. 1865.) ^ 
Parker, Freeman. Address, Wiscasset, June 24, 5813. Hal- 

lowell, 1813. 8°. (B 962) 
Parker, G. Ephemeris; or. Diary, 1737, 40-49. London, 

17.37-49. 11 V. 8°. (E 72) 
Parker, Geo., vs. M'Dougall, A. An action for crim. con. 

2d ed. N. Y., 1808. 8". (B 408) 
Parker, Georgv P. [Catalogue of the library of P., 

sold March 1859; with ms. prices.] ii.t.p. 

[N. Y., 1859.] 8". 
Parker, H. G. Biography of E. H. R. Revere. {In Higgin- 

Bon, T. W. Harvard memorial biog., v. 1. 1866.J 




Parker, Hon. Isaac. Address to the bar of Suffolk on S. 
Howe. Boston, 182S. S". (B 1222) 

— Letter on tfiving jurisdiction in equity to tlic Supreme 

Judic. Court. I Boston, 1827.] 8°. (B 1792) 

— Oration, Portland, Feb. 22. (/« Washington, Q. 

Eulogies. 1800.) 

— Sketch of the character of T. Parsons; address to the 

jury. Boston. 1813. 8". (B 570, 1222) 

— Cooke. P. Reply to[I. P.'s] letter in the Chr. exam- 

iner, Boston, 1829. 12". (C 150, D 63) 

— Funernl !t^nnonon. "i^ad. ^ee Palfrey, J. G. (B 960, 

1650, 1780, 1793, 1797) 
Parker, ^er. Isaiah. The final state of the human kind 

considered; two disc. Harvard, 1804, r2". (0 209) 
Parker, James, Letter to the Governor and Council relative 

to the Indians, 16T6-77. (/« New Hamp. Hist. 

Soc. Col., V. 3. 1832.) 
Parker, James, b. 1776. Brief history of the boundary dis- 

piites between X. Y. and X. J. (/« New Jersey 

Hist. Soc. Proc, v. 8, 1856-59.) 
Parker, Jeroboam. Sermon. SoutlilKjrough. Dec. 17, 1806, 

dedication of a new meeting-liou:>e. Boston, 1S07. 

S". (B1309) 
Parker, Jesse. Sermon, doctrine of the trinity; Peter- 
borough, Mar, 30. Amherst, 1823. S". (B 1238) 
Parker, Joel, h. 179.5, d. 1875. Address before the 

Assoc, for the Promotion of Temperance, 1829. 

Keene, X. H., 1830. 12°. (C 204) 

— Charge to the grand jury, upon the uncertainty of 

the law, etc., 1841-42. Concord, 1842, S". (B 1435) 

— Charge, upon the importance of maintaining the 

supremacy of the laws; with a sketch of the char- 
acter of W. M. Richardson. Concord, 1838. 8*. 
(B 1756) 

— Daniel Webster as a jurist; address, Law School, 

Cambridge. Camb., 1853. 8". (B 1727) 

— The first charter and the larly religious legislation of 

Mass. (/rt Mass. Hist, Soc. Lectures, 1869,) 

— Habeas corpus and martial law ; review of the 

opinion of Taney in the case of J. Merry- 
man. Carab.. 1861. 8". 

— Rame,. 2d ed. Phila., 1862. 8", (B 1724) 

— The Law School of Harv. Coll. N. T., 1871. 8". (H 4) 

— Paper on the origin, organization, and influence of the 

ttiwns of New England, (/n Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Proc, 1866-67,) 

— Report of the trial of D. H. Corey, for the murder of 

Mrs. M. Nash. Newport. 1830. 8». (B 1444) 

— Revolution and reconstruction. N. Y., 1866. 8", (H 4) 

— Bacon, L. Answer to the letters of J.Parker, 

in the Bost. Post. From the New Englander, 
Apr. n.p., 1863. 81 

Parker, Joel, Gov. of S. J. Speech, Freehold. N. J., Aug. 
20.1864. ^/« Handbook of the democracy. 1864.) 

Parker, John, Literature of the working classes, (/n 
Talbot, C. J , yi-ir. /naextri'. M<li«ra,sir.2. 1853.) 

Parker, Joim A,t«. Winnipisaogea Lake Cotton and 
Woolen Mannfac. Co. Hackett. W. H. Y. Argu- 
ment. Portsmouth, 1859. 8". (B 1436) 

Parker, John A. Polar magnetism. (/» Amer, Geog, and 
Statist. Soc, Journ., v. 2, pt. 2. 1870.) 

Parker, John Henry. Diflfeient modes of con- 
struction employed in antient Roman build- 
ings and the periods when each was first in- 
troduced ; lecture. Rome, 1868. 8". 

— Glo.ssarv of terms used in heraldry. London, 

1847." S". 

— Introduction to the study of Gothic architec- 

ture. Oxford, 1849. 16". 

— Same. 2d ed. Oxford, London, 1861. 8". 

— Same. 3d ed. 0.\ford, London, 1867. 16°. 

— Some account of domestic architecture in En 

Edward i. - Richard ii. Oxford, Loudoa, 
18o3. 8°. 

— Same. Richard n. - Henry viii. Oxford 

London, 1859. 2 v. 8°. 

2t^ijtf. These works are in continuation of Tnr 

ner's 'Domestic architecture'. 

Parker, John P. [Sketch of P.] {In Hawaiian Club, 

Papers. 1868.) 
Parker, John R. Musical biography. Bost., 1825. 8" 

— The new semaphoric signal-book. Boston 

1836. 8°. 

— The United States telegraph vocabulary ; added 

Boston harbor signal book. Boston, 1832. 8". 
283. (21. 2. 79.) 

Parker, Joseph, D.D. Ad clerum ; advice to a 
young preacher. Boston. 1871. 16°. 

— Ecce Deus ; essays on the life and doctrine of 

Christ, with notes on Ecce homo. Boston, 
1867. 12°. 
Parker, Langston. Modem treatment of syphilitic 
diseases. Phila., 1840. 8°. 

— The stomach in its morbid states. Phila^ 

1839. 8° 
Parker, Leonard M. Oration, Charlestown, July 4, by re- 
quest of republican citizens. Boston, 1816. 8". (B 

— LtNT, G. Speech on the amendment offered by P. to 

the Lowell R.R. bill, Feb. 18. Boston, 1836. 8*. (B 

Parker, M. F. Sermon; God's dwelling with the humble 
and contrite the source of their revival. {In Free 
Charch pulpit. 1853.) 

Parker, Mathew, Arc/ibp. of Canterbury. Corre- 
spondence, 1535-75 ; ed. by J. Bruce and T. 
T. Perowne. Camb., 1853. 8". (Parker Soc.) 

— Copy of the inventory of Archbishop Parker's goods 

at the time of his death, {In Archseologia, v, 30. 

— Concio in funere Buceri habita. {In Hubert, C. 

Histori.i. 1562.) 

— Stripe, J. Life and acts of P. Oxford, 1821. 

3 V. 8° 

Parker, Moses, and others. Trial for the murder of D. B. 
Lambert. N, Y, [182.J]. S", (B 1444) 

Parker, Nathan, D.D. Address, May 23, to teach- 
ers of the South Parish Sunday School. Ports- 
mouth, 1820, 1>». (C 234. 274) 

— Goodne--« of God leadetli to repent.tnce, (/;j Liberal 

preacher, v, 2. 1829,) — Christianity a message of 
mercy. {In n,s., v. 4. 1834.) 

— Sermons ; with a mem. by H. Ware. Ports- 

mouth, Boston. 1835. 8". 

— Coles, S. E, Memoir of P. (In New Hampshire 

Hist, Soc. Col., v. 4. 1845; alio B 1495) 

— Ware, H., Jr. Memoir of N". P. {In his Works, 

v. 2. 1846.) 
Parker, Nathan H. The Iowa handbook for 1857. 
Boston, 1857. 12". 

— Missouri as it is in 1867. Phila., 1867. 8°. 
Parker, lite. Peter. Statements n-specting hospitals in 

China. London, 1841. 8", (B 1559) 
Parker, Richard Green. The Boston school com- 
pendium of natural and experimental phi- 
losophy. Boston, 1837. I'i". 

— Progres.-iive exercises in Eng. composition. 3d 

ed. Boston. 1833. 12". 

— Progressive exercises in rhetorical reading. 

Boston, 1835. 1-2:'. 

— Teaching nmiposilion in schools. {In Amer. Inst. 

Instr. Lfct., 1837.) — Teaching of Eng. grammar. 
{Jn 1838.) 

— Tribute to the life and character of J. Chick- 

eiing. Boston, 1854. 12". 

— and Fox, C. Progressive exercises in Eng. 

giammar. 9th ed. Boston, 1842. 12". 
Parker, S. D. Report of arguments at the trial of A. 

Kneeland fur blasphernv, iioston, .Km. and May. 

[liosioii,] 1834. S". (B 1166, 1721, 1809} 
Parker, Samuel. 5/). o/ Oxford, b. I6i0, d. 1689. 

Demonstration of the divine authority of the 

law of nature and the Christian religion. 

Lcmdon, 1681. 4". 

— A discourse of ecclesiastical politic. London, 

1670. 8". 

— Marvell, a. The rehearsal transposed ; or, 

atiimadversions upon [Parker',«] 'Preface 
shewing what grounds there are of fears and 
jealousies of Popery'. London. 1672. 8°. 

Parker, Samuel, gentleman. Sylva ; familiar letters 
upon occasional subjects. London. 1701. 8°. 

Parker, Samuel, of Boston, Up., b. 1777, (/, 1804. Charity 
to children enforced : disc, before the Boston Female 
Asylum, Sept. 23. Boston, 1803. 8*. (B 325) 




— Sermon, May 29, eencral election. BoKton, 1793. 8°. 

(B 176, 179, 187, 868) 

— Gardiner, J. S. J. Sermon. Dec. 9, death of S. 

Parker. Boston, 1804. 8°. (B 314, 424) 
Parker, Samuel. A.M. Exploring tour beyond the 
Kockv Mts., under the direction of the Y. 
M. C' F. M., in 1835-37. Ithaca, N. Y., 
1838. 12°. 
Parker, Siimuel J. Description of a new species of helix. 

(.In Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 4. 1851.) 
Parker, Sidiu-y, Funeral sermon on. 1815. See Brown, C. 

(B 306) 
Y&x)s.BT,Qv\\Ur\w\S.'B.., Funeral Herman on. See Chandler, 

S. (B 1222) 
Parker, Theodore. Critical and miscel. writings. 
Boston, 1843. 12°. 
CoiitentK. A lesson for the day. — German literatnre. 
— Life of St. Bernard of Clairvaux. — Truth against 
the world. — Thoughts on labor. — Transient and per- 
manent in Christianity. — Pharisees. — Education of 
the laboring class. — How to move the world. — Primi- 
tive Christianity. — Strauss'sLifeof Jesus. — Thoughts 
on theology. 

— A bumble bee's thoughts on the plan and purpose of 

creation, (/w Albnm von Combe- Varin. Zur 
Erinnerung. 1847.) 

— The chief sins of the people; sermon, fast day, Apr. 

10. Boston, 1851. 8". (B 1968) 

— Discourse, death of D. Webster, Oct. 31, 1852. Bos- 

ton, 1853. 8". (B 1728) 
.— Discourse, death of J. Q. Adams. Boston, 1848. 8°. 
(B 1206, 1207) 

— Discourse on matters pertaining to religion. 

3d ed. Boston, 1847. 12". 

— Discourse on the transient and permanent in Christ- 

ianity, ordin. of C. C. Siiackford, May 19. Boston, 
1841. 8°. (B 1778, 1821, 1878) 

— Discourse, ordin. of M. G. Kimball, Barre, June 13. 

Boston, 1855. 8°. (B 1321) 

— Effect of slavery on the American people; sermon, 

July 4. Boston. 1858. 8°. (B 1968) 

— The excellence of goodness; sermon, Jan. 26. Bos- 

ton, 1845. 8°. (B 1968) 

— False and true revival of religion ; sermon, Apr. 4. 

Boston, 1858. 8°. (B 1968) 

— Four sermons. {In Progressive Friends of Penn. 

Yearly Meeting. Proc, 1858. B 1968) 

— Fragments tr. : Ce qui passe ct ce qui demeure dans le 

christiaiiisme, etc. (In Reville, A. T. Parker. 1865.) 

— Historic Americans. Boston, 1870. 8°. 

Contents. Benjamin Franklin. — George Wash- 
ington. — John Adams. — Thomas Jefferson. 

— The idea of a Christian church; discourse at the in- 

stallation of T. Parker, by himself, Jan. 4. Bos- 
ton, 1846. 8°. (B 1321) 

— John Brown's exped. reviewed; letter to F. Jackson. 

Boston, 1860. 12°, (C 263) 

— Lessons from the world of matter and the 

world of man ; selected from notes of unpub. 
sermons, by R. Leighton ; ed. by F. P. Cobbe. 
London, 1865. 8°. 

— Letter to the people of the U. S. touching 

slavery, Boston, 1848. 12°. 

— The Nebraska question ; some thoughts on the new 

assault upon freedom in America, and the state of 
the country in relation thereunto; disc, Feb. Bos- 
ton, 1854. 8°. (B 1968) 

— A picture of the war. (In Boston book. 4th col. 1851.) 

— Present aspect of slavery in America, etc. ; speech be- 

fore the Mass. Anti-Slavery Convention, Jan. 29. 
Boston, 1858. 8°. (B 1968) 

— The previous question between A. Norton and his 

alumni, by L. Blodgett [pseud.]. Boston, 1840. 8°. 
(B 1162) 

— Public education of the people; oration before the 

Onondaga Teacher's Inst., Syracuse, Oct. 4, 1849. 
Boston, 1850. 8°. (B 1585) 

— The relation of Jesus to his age and the ages; sermon, 

Dec. 26. Boston, 1845. 8". (B 1968) 

— The relation of slavery to a republican form of gov- 

ernment; speech at the New England Anti-Slavery 
Convention, May 26. Boston, 1858. 8°. (B 1%8) 

— Review of Webster; speech in the old Cradle of Li- 

berty, Mar. 25. Boston, 1850. 8°. (B 1968) 

— The revival of religion which we need ; sermon, Apr. 11. 

Boston, 1858. 8°. (B 1968) 

— Sermon of immortal life, Sept. 20, 1846. 2d ed. Bos- 

ton, 1850. S". (B 1968) 

■ Sermon of merchants, Nov. 22, 1846. Boston, 1847. 8°. 

(B 1968) 

■ Sermon of slavery, Jan. 31, 1841; repeated June 4. 

Boston, 1843. 12°. (C 199) 

• Sermon of the consequences of an immoral principle 

and false idea of life, Nov. 26, 1854. Boston, 1855. 
8". (B1968) 

• Sermon of tr.e Mexican war, June 25. Boston, 1848. 

8°. (B 1968) 

■ Sermon of the perishing classes in Boston, Aug. 30, 

1846. 2d ed. Boston, 1847. 8°. (B 1968) 

• A sermon of war, June 7. Boston, 1846. 8°. (B 1968) 

- Sermon on false and true theology, Feb. 14. Boston, 

1858. 8°. (B 1968) 

- Sermon, public function of woman. (/« Woman's 

rights tracts. 1846.) 

- Sermons of theism, atheism, and popular theol- 

ogy. Boston, 1853. 12°. 

- Some thoughts on the most Christian use of the Sun- 

day; sermon, Jan. 30. Boston, 1848. 8°. (B 1968) 

- Speeches, addres.scs, and occasional sermons. 

Vol. 2. Boston, 1852. 12°. 
ConUntH. Political destination of America, .ind the 
signs of the times. — Disc, death of J. Q. Adams. — 
Speech, meeting of the Amer. Anti-Slavery Soc. [on 
the] abolition of slavery bj' the French Repub. — 
Speech, Fancuil Hall, before the N. E. Anti-Slavery 
Convention. — Thoughts on the Free Soil Party, and the 
election of Gen. Taylor. — Speech [on] the speech of 
Mr. Webster. — Speech, Anti- Slavery Convention, 
May 29, 1850. — Disc, death of Prcs. Taylor. — Function 
and place of conscience In relation to the laws of men. — 
State of the nation ; a sermon, thanksgiving day. — Chief 
sins of the people. — Three chief safeguards of society. 

— Position and duties of the Amer. scholar. 

- Speeches, additional addresses, and sermons. 

Boston, 1855. 2 v. 12°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Speech at the ministerial confer- 
ence, Boston, May 29, 1851. — Boston kidnapping; disc, 
to commemorate the rendition of T. Sims, April 12, 
1852. — Aspect of freedom in America; speech at the 
Mass. Anti-slavery celebration, Abington. July 5, 18.52. 

— Discourse, death of D. Webster, Oct. 31, 1852. — The 
Nebraska question ; thoughts on the assault upon free- 
dom in America, and the general stjite of the country in 
rel. thereunto. — Address on the condition of America, 
before the N. Y. Anti-slavery Soc. at the Broadway 
Tabernacle, May 12, 1854. 2. Thoughts on the progress 
of America, and the influence of her diverse institutions ; 
address for the Anti-Slavery Convention, Boston. May 31, 
1854. — The new crime against humanity; sermon, 
June 4, 1854. — The law of God and the statutes of 
men ; sermon, June 18, 1854. — Sermon of the dangers 
which threaten the rights of man in America, July 2, 1854. 

— Account of my ministry; sermon* before the 28th 
Congregational Soc, Nov. 14, 21, 1852. — Sermon of the 
public function of women, March 27, 1853. — Sermon of 
old age, Jan. 29, 1854. 

- The state of the nation considered in a sermon for 

Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, 1850. Boston, 1851. 8° 
(B 1968) 

- Ten sermons of religion. 2d ed. N. Y., Bos- 

ton, 1864. 12°. 
Contents. Piety, and the relation thereof to manly 
life. — Truth and the intellect. — Justice and the con- 
science. — Love and the aflections. — Conscious religion 
and the soul. — Culture of the religious powers. — Con- 
scious religion as a source of strength. — Conscious 
religion as a source of joy. — Conventional and natural 
sacraments. — Communion with God. 

- The three chief safeguards of society; sermon, July 6. 

Boston, 1851. 8°. (B 1968) 

- Two sermons before the 28th Congregational Soc. in 

Boston, 14lh, 21st of Nov. 18.52; on leaving their old 
and entering a new place of worship. Boston, 1853. 
8°. (B 1968) 

- Desor, E. Esquisse de la vie de T. Parker. ,(/« 

Album von Combe- Varin. Erinnerung. 1847.) 

- FcRN'Ess, W. H. The exclusive principle considered ; 

two sermons on Christian union and the truth of 
the gospels. Boston, 1845. 8°. (B 1291) 

- Gannett, E. S. Mr. Parker and his views; an article 

from the Christian examiner for March. Boston, 
1845. 8°. (B 1356) 

- Junius JtnerUanus. Review of P.'s Discourse on the 

death of Webster. Boston, 1853. 8°. (B 1729) 

- Martineau, J. Theodore Parker's Discourse of re- 

ligion. (In his Misc. 1852.) 

- Questions addressed to P. and his friends. Boston, 

1845. 16°. (B1968) 




— Reville, a. Theodore Parker sa vie et ses 

oeuvres. Paris. 186-5. 12". 

Uii reformateur amer. (la Revue d. D. Miondes, 

Oct. 1861.) 

— Sargest. J. T. T. Parker, the reform pulpit, and 

the inflaences that oppose it; sermon. Boston, 
1S52. 8*. (B 1301) 

True position of P. ; a review of R. C. Waterston^ 

letter. Boston, 1*45. S*. (B 195S) 

— Theodore Parker's experience as a minister, 

his early life. etc. Boston, 1859. 12°. 

— Tkial of T. Parker, Apr. 1855, with the de- 

fence. Boston, 1855. 8". 

— Weiss, J. Life and correspondence of P. Lon- 

don, 1863. 2t. 8". 

Same. Amer. ed. X. Y., 1864. 2 ▼. 8*. 

Parker, Theodore D. See WUdes. G., et al. m. Parker. 

Parker, \Vm., of Plymouth. Account of the taking of St. 

Vincent and Puerto Belio. {In Harris, J. CoL of 

voy., V. 1. 1705.) 

— Voyagt; to Margarita, .Jamaica. Trnxilio, etc., 1596-37. 

(/« Haklnyt, R. Col. of vov., v. 4. 1311.) 
Parker, \Vm.. D.O. Sermon. Feb. 23, fast. London, 1794. 
4*. (B1258) 

— True intention of academick education; sermon before 

the Univ. of Oxford, July 13. Oxford, 1755. 8*. 

Parker, Wm. H. Instruction for naval light artil- 

lerv ; 2d ed. rev. by S. B. Luce. X. Y., 

1862. 8". 
Parker, AVm. Thornton. Btoc. notice of P. (/« Mass. 

Mad. Sjc. Med. comm., v. 9. 1860.) 
Parker, Win. W. Biography of A. C. Parker. {Tn Hig- 

giiuon, T. W. Hirvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 
Parker Society. [Publications.] Camb., 1841-55. 

46 V. 8" mid 16°. 
Xumely. 1841. Ridley, X. "Work*; ed. by H. 
Christmas. — Sandys, E. Sermons; ed. by J. .Ayre. 
1842. Hutchinson, II. Works ; ed. by J. Brace. — 
Philpot, .J. Examinations and writing}; ed. by R. 
Ele^. — PUkington, J. Works; ed. by .1. Sibol.iield. 
— The Zartca letters; ed. by H. Robiison. 1*43. 
Folk?, W. Def_'nc^ of the translations of the Scriptures 
into Eng. against the civiU of G. M:»rtin ; ed. by O. H- 
Hiirtshorne. — Grindal, E. Remains; ed. by W. 
Xicbotson. — Hooper, J. Eirlv writings; ed. by S. 
Carr. 1845-44. Becon. T. Ei'rlv works; ed. by J. 
Ayre. 3 v. 1^4. Church of England. The two 
liturgies, 1549.52; ea. by J. Kelby. — Ovardale, M. 
Wriliag3 and translations; ed. by G. Pearson. — Cran- 
mer, T. Writi ig* and disputations riL to the Lord's 
Supper; el. by J. E Cox. 1845. Farr, E. Select 
poetry of the rJgn of Elizabeth. — The Zarich letters, 
2d ser.; ed. by H. Rabiasoa. 1845-50. Jewall, J. 
Works; ed. by .7 .\jTe. 4 v. 1845. CalfnUI. J. 
Answer to .J. \f artiall's Treatise of the cross; cl. by R. 
Gibbingj. — Coverdale, M. Remains; ed. by G. Pear- 
son. — Oranm^r, T . Miscellaneous writings and letters ; 
ed. by .1. E. Cox. 1846-47. Original letters rel. to Eng. 
Reformation, written during the reigis of Heary vill., 
Edw.irJ VI., and Queen Mary; from the archives of 
Zurich; tr. and ed. by H. Itobinson. 2 v. 1847. 
Church of England. Li'turgical services : litnrgies, «tc., 
[of J the reigj of Elizabeth; ed. by W. K. Clay. — 
Korden, J. Progress of piety. 1843. Fnlke. W. 
Stapleton's fortress overthrown ; a rejoinder to MartiaU's 
reply; ed. by R. Gibbingi. — Tyndale, W. Doctrinal 
treatises and introductions to different portions of Scrip- 
ture; ed. by H. Walter. 1849. Whitaker, W. Dis- 
putation on Scripture against the Papists; tr. by W. 
Fitzgerald. — Tyndale, W. Expasition and notes on 
portions of Scripture ; ed. by H. Walter. — Bale, J. 
Select works; ed. by H. Christmas. 1849-51. Bollin- 
ger. H. Decades : tr. by H. I. ; ed. bv T. Harding 3 v. 
1850. Tyndale, W. Answer to Sir T. More's dialogue, 
tts. ; ed. bv H. Walter. 1851. Woolton, J. Christian 
manual. '1851-53. Whitgift, J. Works; ed. by J. 
Ayre. 3 v. 1853. Bradford, .J. Writings ; ed. by A. 
Townsend. — Parker, M. Correspondence; ed. iJy J. 
Bruce and T. T. Perowne. — Nowell, A. Catechism in 
Latin ; tr. into Eng. by T. Norton ; ed. by G. E. Corrie. 
1854. Rivera. T. ^Catholic doctrine of the Ch. of Eng. ; 
ed. by J. J. S. Perowne. 1855. General index ; ed. by 
H. Gough. 

Parkes, Edmund A. Composition of urine. Lon- 
don, 1860. 8°. 
— Manuel of practical hygiene. Lond., 1864. 8°. 

Parkes, Joseph. History of the Court of Chancery. 
London, 1828. 8°. 

— and Merivale, H. Memoirs of Sir Philip 

Francis. London, 1867- 2 v. 8°. 

Furkes, Josiah. Evaporation of water from steam boilers. 
(/» Inst, of Civil Engin. Trans., v. 2. 1842.) — 
Action of steam and other aeriform fluids. — .'V.etion 
of steam in Cornish single pumping engines. — On 
steam boilers and engines, (/n v. 3, pt. 1, 2. 1842.) 

Parkes, S. Hadden. Flower shows for the poor of I»ndon. 
(/n Kai. Assoc Prom. Sac. ScL Trans., 1862.) 

Parkes, Samuel. Chemical catechism, for the use 
of young people. London, 1806. 8°. 

— Same. 10th ed. London, 1822. 8°. 

— Same. 12th ed. London, 1826. 8°. 

— Chemical essays. 2d ed. Lond., 1823. 2 v. 8°. 

— Letter to farmers [on] the advantages of salt. Phila., 

1819. 8». tW9) 

— Rudiments of chemistry. London, 1820. 18". 

— Same. From the 3d Lond. ed. with notes by 

J. Renwick. N. Y., 1824. 12°. 

Parkes-Belloe, Bessie. See Belloc 

Parkhnrst, John L. Means to stimnlate students without 
emulation, (/n Amer. Inst. Inatr. Lect., 1831.) 

Parkin, John. Causation and prevention of dis- 
ease. London, 1859. 8°. 

Parkins, Sir Wm. ARR.\iGXME!rr, tryal, and condemna- 
tion for the conspiracy to assassinate William m.; 
and for raising furc«^. and encouraging a French in. 
>-asion. London, 1636. f*. (A 56) 

Parkinson, Daniel M. Pioneer life in Wisconsin. (/» 
Wisconsin State Hist. Soc Col., v. 2. lS-i6.) 

Parkinson, Henry. Illustrated record. .Sre Dublin Inter- 
national Exhibition. 

Parkinson, James. Introduction to the study of 
fossil organic remains, especially of those 
found in the British strata. Land., 1822. 8°. 

— E.<«s.-iy on the shaking palsy. London, 1317. 3*. (B827) 

— Examination of Sherlock's 'C.ise of allegiance due to 

sovereign powers'. London, 16il. 4*. (B 7) 

— Medical admonitions to families. 4th ed. Lon- 

don, 1801. 8°. 

— Same. Portsmouth. 1803. 8°. 

— Observations on the nature and cure of gout ; 

on nodes of the joints, etc. Lond., 1805. 8°. 

— Organic remains of a former world. London, 

1804. 2 V. 4°. 

— KiXGLAKE, R Strictures on P.'s Observations on the 

nature .tnd cure of gouU Taunton, 18U7. 8*. (B 818) 

— Lettter to J. Parkinson in answer to his "Examination 

of Sherlock's 'Case of allegiance' ", etc. London, 
l&ai. 4*. (B7) 
Parkinson, John. Paradisi in sole Paradisus ter- 
restris; garden of flowers, kitchen garden, 
orchard, ete. London, 1629. f°. 

— Theatrum botanicum ; the theater of plants ; an 

herball of large extent. London, 1640. f°. 
Parkinson, Peter. Strictures upon Gov. Ford's historv of 

the Black Hawk w.-ir. {In. Wisconsin Stete Hist. 

Soc Col., V. 2. 1856.) 
Parkinson, R Memorial of the city of Lafayette, La., [to 

Congress], n.t.p. [Wash, 1846 ] ST (B1S96) 
Parkinson, Richard. The experienced farmer. 

London, 1798. 2 v. 8°. 

— Practical observations on gypsum as a manure. Lon- 

don, 1803. 12*. (C U6) 

— Tour in America, 1798-1800; with account of 

the American system of agriculture. Lon- 
don, 1805. 2 V. '8°. 
Parkinson, Sydney. Voyage to the South Seas. 
London, 1773. 4°. 

— Same, abttract. {In Henry, D. Hist, account of 

voyages, v. 3. 1773.) 
Parkinson, Wm. Jubilee; sermon cont. a hist, of the 
origin of the 1st Baptist church in X. Y. and its 
progress during iu first fifty years, Jan. 1, 1313; an- 
nexed, Xarrative of facts, etc., by the pastor. 
K. Y., 1813. 8*. (B 327) 

Sbte. The 'Xarrative' has a separate title page. 

— Sahpsos. W. Trial for assault and battery upon 

Mrs. E. Wintriogham. X. Y., 1811. 8*. (B439) 




Parkinson & Frodsham. Brief account of the 
chronometer, with remarks on those furnished 
by them. London. [1832]. 8°. 

Parkman, Ebenezcr. Account of WcRtborongh, Mass., 
1767. (In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 10. 1809.) 

— The love of Christ coiistriiiiiing us; sermon before the 

ministers of Mass.-Biiy at their convention, May 28. 
Boston, 1761. 8°. (C 251) 
Parkman, Francis, D.D., b. 1788, d. 1852. Christ- 
ian worship; sermon. {In Liberal preacher, n.s., 
V. 6. 1836.) 

— Discourse, May .3, rlenth of ,T. T. Kirkland. Boston, 

1840. 8". (B'1163, 1649, 1823) 

— Enquiring of the fathers, or seeking wisdom from the 

past: discourse in the New North Church, Dec. 9, 
l-24th [nnniv.]. Boston, 1839. 8°. (B 1143, 1649, 
16%. 2538) 

— Extracts from a disc, on Prof Ware; [repr. from the 

Christian examiner, Nov. 1843]. n.t.p. S". (B 1734) 

— Forgivenessof injuries; sermon, (/ra Liberal preacher, 

n.s., V. 3. 18:J3. B 1326) 

— Formation and progress of the Christian character; 

sermon, (,/n Beard, J. R. Sermons. 1832.) 

— Offering of sympathy. Boston, 1833. 18°. 

— Providence of God displayed in the revolutions of the 

world; sermon, Sept. 19. Boston, 1830. 8°. (B 956, 

— Sermon, Boston, resiening his pastoral charge, Jan. 28. 

Boston, 1849. 8°. (B 1299, 1738) 

— Sermon, interment of J. Latlirop. Boston, 1816. 8°. 

(B 327) 

— Sermon, ordination of A. Smith, Dec. 7, 1842, Boston. 

Boston, 1843. 8°. (B 183, 1321, 1649, 1737, 1738) 

— Spirit of the Christian ministry; a sermon, ordin. of 

J. Parkman, Greenfield, Oct. 11. Boston, 1837. 8°. 
(B 1126, 1696, 1738) 

— Sufficiency of the gospel; sermon. (In Liberal 

preacher, v. 2. 1829.) 

— Survey of God's providence in the estahlishment of 

the churches of New Eng. ; sermon, Nov. 27. Bos- 
ton, 1814. 8°. (B 275, 327) 
Parkman, Francis, Jr., b. 1823. The book of roses. 
Boston, 1866. 8°. 

— California and Oregon trail. N. Y., 1849. 12°. 

— The chase. (In Boston book, 4th col. 1851.) 

— France and England iti North Amer. Boston, 

1865-77. 5 \\ 8° and 12°. 
Cnntentn. Vol. 1. Pioneers of France in the new 
world. 2. The Jesuits in North -America. 3. The 
discovery of the great west. 4. The old regime in 
Canada. 5. Count Frontcnac and New France under 
Louis XIV. 

— History of the conspiracy of Pontiac. Bos- 

ton, 1851. 8°. 

— Same. 6th ed., with add. Bost., 1870. 2 v. 8°. 

— Prefatory. {In Smith, W. Hist, account of iJouquel's 

expedition. 1868.) 

— Vassal! Morton; a novel. Bo.iton, 1856. 8°. 

— Various articles.] (/n Cliristian exarain.; — and in 

North Amer. rev.) 
Parkman, George, M.D. Management of lunatics, with 
illustrations of insanity. "Boston, 1817. 12°. (B 657) 

— Proposals for establishing a retreat for the insane. 

Boston, 1814. 8°. (B 657, 833) 

— Awful disclosures and startling developments in rela- 

tion to tlie late Parkman tragedy, n.p., 1849. 8". 

— Biographical notice. {In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. 

conim., v. 8. 1854.) 

— Holmes, O. W. Biog. sketch of G. Parkman. {In 

his Benefactors of the Medical School. 1850.) 

AS«e a/,vo "Webster, J. W. Trial. 1850. (B1757) 

Parkman, John. Old age what we make it; sermon, 
death of W. Hale. Boston, 1848. 8". (B 1218, 1737) 

Parkman, Samuel, M.D. Present tendency of investiga- 
tion in medicine; address before Suffolk District 
Med. Soc. Boston, 1851. 8°. (B 1559) 

— Relations of the medical witness with the law and 

lawyer. From the American journal of med. sci., 
Jan. 1852. (B 1559) 

— BiOG. notices of P. {In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. 

comm., V. 9. 1860.) 
Parkman, Mrs. Sarjih (Rogers), wife of Samuel. Some 

notices of the character of Mrs. P. [Boston, 1835.] 

8°. (B 1222, 1649) 
Parks, Gorham. Power of consuls to remove merchant 

captains; conduct of G-. Parks. N. Y., 1850. 8° 

(B 1431) 

Parks, John, of Dover, Del. Original poems. {In Hora- 

tius Flaccus, Q. Lyric works. 17S6.) 
Parks. Lr-FEVHE, A. Les pares et les jardins. 

Pari.s, 1867. 16°. (Bihlioth. des mer.) 

See aho Fairmount Park ; — N. Y. Commis- 
sioner* of Central Park. 
Parkyns, G. J. Monastic and baronial remains in 

England, Wales, and Scotland. London, 

1816 2v. 8". 
Parkyns, Mansfield. Life in Abyssinia. London, 

1853. 2 V. 8°. 

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Parmentier, Antoine Augustin. Instruction snr la cnltare. 
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— Prexcrvation of wood. — Dyeing and calico-printing. 
2. Glass. — Starch. — Tannine. — C.ionrchouc. — 
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Parnell, Sir Henry. Financial reform ; taxes, ex- 
penditure. London, 1830. 8°. 

— Hist, of the penal laws against the Irish Catholics. 

London, 1808. 8'. {B 788) 

— Same. (In Pamphleteer, 1822; v. 20, 21 of B 838) 

— Substance of speeches with observations on corn laws. 

3d ed. (In Pamphleteer, 1814 ; v. 4 of B 838) 

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Parnell, Richard. Xat. hist, of fishes of the river district 

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1854. 16°. 

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1744.] 12°. 

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works, V. 4. 1801.) 

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V. 1. 1810.) 

— WiLMOT, R. A. (In his Lives of Eng. sacred poets, 

V. 2. 1853.) 
Parnell, Wm . Maurice and Berghetta ; or. The 

priest of Rahery. Boston, 1820. 12°. 
Parny, Evariste Desire de Forges, vcte. de. La 

guerre desdieux; poeme. Bru.x., 1814. 16°. 

— Saixte-Beuve, C. a. (In his Portr. contemp., v. 3. 

Parodi, Giacomo Filippo. Oria, X. J. d*. (In Grillo, L. 
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Parodie de I'opera de Teleroaque. See Le Sage, A. R. 

Paroles d'un croyant, etc. See La Mennais, II. F. R. de. 

Faroletti, Modesto. Sur une inscription consulaire trouvee 
dans les decombres dn donjon d'une des portes de 
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langues I'ital. et la frangaise. (In v. 19. 1811.) — 
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ParOB. Marmor Parium cum commentario C. Muelleri. 
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Parotid gland. Pattersox, G. S. Lecture, Has the pa- 
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Parr, Elnathan. Workes. 3d ed. Lond., 1633. T. 

Content*. Doctrines handled in the Epistles to the 

Romans. — Grounds of divinity. 5ih ed. 1832. — 

Abba Father; direction cone, private prayer. 4th ed. 


Xote. The 'Grounds' and 'Abba Father' have 
separate titlepages and paging. 
Parr, Harriet (pseud. Holme Lee) . Against -wind 
and tide. New ed. London, 1869. 16°. 

— Basil Godfrey's caprice. Lond., 1868. 3 v. 8°. 

— Contrast ; or, The schoolfellows. London, 

1868. 16°. 

— For richer, for poorer. London, 1870. 3 v. 8°. 

— In the silver age ; essays. Lond., 1864. 2 v. 8°. 

— Kathie Brande. X. Y., 1857. 12°. 

— Life and death of Jeanne d'Arc. London, 

1866. 2 V. 8°. 

— Maude Talbot. London, 1854. 3 v. 8°. 

— Mr. Wyn ward's ward. London, 1867. 2 v. 8°. 

— SylvanHolt's daughter. Lond., 1858. 3 v. 12°. 
Parr, Katherine. Stricklaxd, A. Life of P. (In her 

Queens of Eng., v. 5. 1842.) 
Parr, Louisa. The Blue Bell of Red- Neap. X.Y., 
1871. 12°. 

— Dorothy Fox. Phila., 1871. 8°. 

— Same. (In Good words, v. 11. 1870; — and in Lit- 

tell's living age, v. 104-106. 1870.) 

— How it all happened. Phila., 1871. 16°. 

— John Thompson, blockhead. Phila., 1872 

[1871]. 16°. 
Parr, Samuel. Works. London, 1828. 8 v. 8°. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Memoirs; by J. Johnstone. 2. 
Two sermons, preached at Xorwich. — Discourse on 
education. — Discourse on the late fast, 1791. — Spital 
sermon, preached at Christ Church. — Xotes on the 
Spital sermon. — Sermon preached at Hatton. 3. 
Isotice of Dr. Combe's Horace. — Prefatio ad Bellendeni 
libros. — Miscellaneous remarks on politics, jurispru- 
dence, morals, etc. — Letter from Irenopolis to the 
inhabitants of Eleutheropolis. — Warburtonijin tracts. 

— Letter to Dr. Miller. — Extracts from a pamphlet in 
answer to Dr. Combe's statement resp. his variorum 
Horace. — Xotes on Rapin's dissertation on Whigs and 
Tories. 4. Character of C. J. Foi. — Xotes. — App. to 
notes. — Note upon Fox's History of the early part of 
the reign of James ll. — Inscriptions [Latin]. — Inscrip- 
tions [English]. — Illustrations of the inscriptions. 5,6. 
Sermons. 7. App. — List of correspondents. — Cor- 
respondence with Dr. Parr. 8. Correspondence with 
P. — Plan of teaching. — Correspondence on toleration. 

— Catholic question. — Correspondence illust. of the 
inscriptions in v. 4. 

— Characters of the late J. Fox, selected and in 

part written by Philopatris Yarvicensis. 
London, 1809. 2 v. 8°. 

— Discourse, fast [day], by PhileleDthems Norfolciensis. 

London, 1781. 4"". (B 1258) 

— Sequel to paper circulated by C. Curtis. Lon- 

don, 1792. 8°. 

— Sermon, fast dav, Oct. 19, 1803. 2d ed. London, 

[1804]. 4''. {B1268) 

— A spital sermon preached at Christ Church, 

Apr. 15, 1800; with notes. Lond., 1801. 4°. 

— Tracts, by Warburton and a Warburtonian, 

not admitted into the collections of their re- 

pective works. London. 1789. 8°. 

Content*. Warburton, W., Bp. Miscellaneous 

trans, in prose and verse. — A critical and philosophical 

enquiry into the causes of prodigies and miracles, as 

related by historians. — Parr, S. Dedication of two 




tracts of a Warburtonian ; — Pref. to the two tracts of a 
Warburtonian. — Testimonia auctorum. — Hard, R., 
Bp. On the delicacy of friendship, a seventh disserta- 
tion, addressed to the author of the sixth ; — A letter to 
the Rev. T. Leland, in which his late dissertation on the 
principles of human eloquence is criticized. 

— Barker, E. H. Parriana ; or, Notices of P. 

London, 1828-29. 2 v, 8° 

— BiBLioTHECA Pamana ; a catalogue of the li- 

brary of P. London, 1827. 8". 

— Blunt, J. J. {In his Essays. 1860.) 

— Cumberland, 11. Curtius rescued from the 

gulf; retort courteous to P. Lond., 1792. 8". 

— De Quincey, T. (/» Mb Essays on philosophical 

writers, v. 2. 1854.) 

— Field, W. Memoirs of P., with notices of 

contemporaries, etc. London, 1828. 2 v. 8°. 

— Godwin, W. Ileply to attacks of P., and 

others. London, 1801. 8°. 
Parr, Tliomas. Harvev, W. Anatomical exam, of the 

body of P. who died at the age of 152 years. {In 

Hi Works. 1847.) 
Parra, Pietro. Amato, G. d'. (7n At« Pantoon, v. 2. 1851.) 
Parrain, Le; comedie. See Scribe, A. E. 1845. 
Parras, Pedro Joseph. Gobierno de los regulares 

de la America. Madrid, 1783. 2 v, 8° 
Parrhase, Theodore, pxeiid. Parrhnsiana. See Le Clerc, J. 
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Parrhasius, Aulus .Janus {Ital. Parisio, Aulo Glano). Quae- 

sita per epistolam, etc. {In Gruter, J. Lampas, 

V. 1. 1602.) 
Parrino, Donienico Antonio. Teatro eroico e politico de' 

governi de' viccre del regno di Napoli. {In Gravier, 

C. llaccolta di tutti scrittori, ec, v. 9, 10. 1770.) 
Parria, Samuel. Account of the differences between the 

inhabitants of Salem village and Mr. Parris. {In 
Calef, R. More wonders of the invisible world. 
1796; and Wonders. 1828.) 

— Fowler, S. Account of the life of P., and of his con- 

nection with the witchcraft delusion of 1692. Salem, 
1857. 8°. (B1459, 1549) 

Parrish, Isaac. Annual i-cpoit on surgery, before the Coll. 
of Physicians [of Phila. : Etherization]. n.t.p. 
[1847.] 8°. (B 1567) 

Parrish, John. Remarks on the slavery of the black peo- 
ple; addressed to the citizens of the U. S. Phila., 
1806. 8". (B 423, W 8) 

Parrish, Joseph. Diss, on the influence of the passions 
upon the body in the production and cure of dis- 
eases. Phila., 1805. 8°. (B 1559) 

— Memoir of P. Wood, G. B. {In his Introd. lect. 

Parrish, .)/r«. LydiaG. Brockett, L. P. (/n/a'« Woman's 

work in the civil war. 1867.) 
Parish, Robert A., //•. Details of an unpaid claim 

on France for 24,000,000 francs, guaranteed 

bv the parole of Napoleon in. Phila., 1869. 

Parrot, Friedrich. Journey to Ararat ; tr. by W. 

D. Cooley. London, 1845. 8°. 

Parrots. Selby,"p. J. Natural hist, of parrots. {In 
Jardine, Sir W. Naturalist's lib. Orn., v. 6. 1836.) 

Parry, C. C. Gooloeical reports. (/;t Emory, W. H. Re- 
port on the U. S. and Mexican boundary, v. 1. 1848.) 
— Introduction to botany of the boundary. {Iti 
V. 2, pt. 1. 1859.) 

— The Rocky Mountain Alpine region, (/n Amer. Assoc. 

Proc, V. 18. 1869.) 
Parry, Caleb Hillier. Cases of tetanus and rabies 
contagiosa. Bath, 1814. 8°. 

— Collections from the unpublished medical writ- 

ings of P. London, 1825. 2 v. 8° 

— Collections from the unpublished writings of 

P., [with introd. essays by C. H. Parry]. 
London, 1825. 8°. 

— Elements of pathology and therapeutics. Vol. 

1. London, 1815. 8°. 

— E.\perimental inquiry on arterial pulse, and 

arteries of animals of warm blood. London, 
1816. 8°. 
Parry, Charles Henry. Additional experiments on 
the arteries of warm-blooded animals. Lon- 
don, 1819. 8°. 

Parry, Rev. Edward. Memoirs of Sir W. E. Parry. 

London, 1857. 12". 
Parry, John Humphreys. The Cambrian Plutarch ; 
memoirs of some of the most eminent Welsh- 
men. London, 1834. 8°. 
Cont'-nts. Arthur. — Aneurin. — Taliesin. — Lly- 
warch Hen. — St. David. — AsserMenevensis. r- Hywel 
Dda. — Rhys ab Tewdwr. — Owain Gwynedd. — Gi- 
raldus Cambrensis. — I^lywelyii ab Gruffydd. — Da- 
vydd ab Gwilym. — Owain Glyndwr. — Sir Rhys ab 
Thomas. — Humphrey Lhvyd. — Dr. D. J. Rhys. — Bp. 
Morgan. — Dr. 8. Davies. — E.Llwyd. — L. Morris. — 
T. Pennant. — Rev. P. Roberts. 
Parry, Wm. A new and large discourse of the travels 
of Sir A. Shirley, 16^1. {In Collier, J. P. Illust. 
of early English lit., v. 2. 1864.) 
Parry, Wm. Palma, A. Remarks on the works of P. 

{In his Greece vindicated. 1826.) 
Parry, Capt. Wm. Edward, Narrative of an 
attempt to reach the North Pole, 1827. 
London, 1828. 4°. 

— Same. {In his Three voy., etc., v. 2; v. 108 of Har- 

per's fam. lib.) 

— Journal of a second voyage for the discovery 

of a north west passage from the Atlantic to 
the Pacific, 1821-23, in H.M.S. Fury and 
Hecla. N. Y., 1824. 8°. 

— Same. London, 1824. 4°. 

— Journal of a voyage for the disc, of a N. West 

passage. 1819-20. London, 1821. 4°. 

— Journal of a third voyage for the disc, of a N. 

West passage, 1824-25. London, 1826. S". 

— Same. Phila., 1826. 8". 

— Three vovages for the disc, of the N. West 

passage. N.Y., [1840]. 3 v. 16°. (Harper's 
fam. iib., v. 107-108.) 

Kote. An account of the 5 voyages made by P., 

— Voyages pour la decouvcrte d'un passage Nord-Oucst, 

1819-27. {In Mont6mont, A. Bibl. univ., v. 40. 

— Northern regions ; or. Uncle Richard's rela- 

tion of Capt. Parry's vovages. Bost., [1826]. 

— Parry, E. Memoirs of Sir AV. E. Parry. 

London, 1857. 8". 
Parseval Grandmaison, Francois Auguste. Reponse. — 

Diseours. {In Paris. Inst. Ac. Fr. Recueil des 

disc. 1830-39.) 
Parsi. KoHUT, A. Was hat die talmudischc Eschatologie 

aus dem Parslsmus aufgeiiommen? {In Zaitschr. 

d. D. morg. Ges., v. 21. 1867.) 

— Lord, H. Discovery of the sect of Parsees, etc. {In 

Churchill, O. and .T. Col. of voy., v. 6. 1746; — 
and in Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., v. 8. 1811.) 

— F. M. The modern Parsis. {In his Chips 

from a German workshop, v. 1. 1867.) 
See also Avesta. 
Parsing. Rules for P. [180-?] 12". (C 167) 
Parsons, Mme. L'exil volontaire. {In Biblioth. univ. des 

romaus, Nouv., v. 11. 1799.) 
Parsons, Bev. Benjamin, b. 1769. Discourse on faith, trust, 

and confidence in God, etc. [N. Y.,] 1851. 12°. 

(C 209) 
Parsons, Rfv. Benjamin, of Stroud. The wine question 

settled. London, 1841. 12°. (C204) 
Parsons, Charles Wm., M.D. Essay on vis medi- 

catrix naturse; Fiske fund prize essay, June 1848. 

Boston, 1849. 8°. (B 1560) 

— Memoir of U. Parsons of Providence, R\ I. 

Prov., 1870. 12°. 

— On some of the remote effects of the injuries of nerves. 

Phila., 1851. 8°. (B 1560) 

yote. From the Amer. journal of medical 
science, Apr. 1851. 
Parsons, Rev. David. Sermon, general election. Boston, 

1788. 8°. (B 179, 182, 186) 
Parsons, Edward. Sermon ; The Messiah's increase. {In 
Suddards, W. Brit, pulpit, v. 2. 1836.) 

— Courtier, P. L. {In his Pulpit, v. 1. 1836.) 
Parsons, Emily E. Forman. Rev. J. G. {In Brockett, L. 

P. Woman's work in the civil war. 1867.) 




Parsons, Frederic T. Report of the trial. The people r». 

Dr. H. X. LooDijg, for libel. Buffalo, ISdO. 8*. 

Parsons, G. S. Nelsonian reminiscences. Boston, 

1843. 12". 
Parsons, Horatio A. Book of Niagara Falls. 5th 

ed. enl. Buffalo, 1838. Iff'. 
Parsons, Isaac. Some accoant of 2vew Gloucester. {In 

Maine Hist. Soc. Col., v. 2. 1*47.) 
Parsons, James, M.D., d, 1770. Human physiog- 
nomy explained ; in the Crounian lectures 

on muscular motion. Suppl. to the Philos. 

trans, for 1746. London, 1747. 4°. 
Parsons, ^^f. James, o/ Tort. Origin, universality, and 

consequences of the apostasy of man. (/b Sud- 

dards, W. Brit, pulpit, v. 1. 1837.) — The eleventh 

hour, (/n v. 2. 1S36.) 
Parsons, James. Reflections on the mysterious 

fate of Sir J. Franklin. London. 1857. 8°. 
Parsons. John, />./>. Sermon, March 20, general fast. 

London, 1811. 4*. (B 1258) 
Parsons, Utt. Jonathan. Communion of faith essential to 

the communion of churches. Salem, 1770. 8*. (B 16) 

— Consideration of some uuconstitutional measures, 

adopted in this state. Newburyport, 1784. 8T, 

— Fair narrative, etc. 1756. See Moorhead, J., and 


— Freedom from civil and ecclesiastical slavery; disc, 

Mar. 5. Xewburyport. 1774. 8*. (B 156) 

— Infant baptism from Heaven ; two disc, Haverhill, 

.Apr. 28. Boston, 1765. 8*. (B 42) 

— Same. With remarks on the late performance of H. 

Smith. 2d ed. Boston, 1767. 8*. (B 1922! 

— Manna gathered in the morning; disc, Xewbury. 

Boston, 1751. 8». (B 42) 

— A needful caution. Xew London, 1742. 8*. (C 3, 53) 

— To live is Christ, to die is gain; sermon, death of G. 

Whitcfleld, Sept. 30, 1770. PorUmoutb, X. H., 
[1770]. 4'. (B654) 

— Wisdom justified of her children ; sermon, Sept. 16. 

Boston, 1742. 8*. (B73. 860, C 78) 

— and Mc'Gregore, D. Rejoinder to R. Abercrombie's 

remarks on a Fair narrative of the proc of the 
presbytery of Boston, against himself. Boston, 
1758. 8». (C 128) 

— Letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend 

in Boston, resp. late observ. npou the conduct of P. 
Boston, 1757. 8*. (B 156) 

— Bhaxgar, M. Letter to J. Tucker upon his 'Remarks' 

on a discourse of J. P.'s entitled, 'Freedom', etc. 
New Eng., 1775. 8*. {B 156) 

— SXITH, H. The doctrine of believers' baptism by 

immersion only asserted against P. Boston, 1766. 
8*. (B16) 
-^ TccKER, J. Observations on the doctrines and nnchar- 
itableness of P. Boston, 1757. 8". (B 16, C 123, 156) 

— — Remarks on a discourse of P., 'Freedom,' etc. Bos- 

ton, 1774. 8». (B 16. 156, C 123) 

— Funeral sermon on. 1785. See Uorray, J. (B324): 

— Searl. J. (B 17) 
Parsons, Ret. Joseph, d. 1765. Christians may and ought 
to be influenced by the recompense of reward; two 
sermons, Bradford, Mar. 11, 25, 174^/44. Boston, 
1744. 8*. (B 44. 73, 147) 

— A minister's care; sermon, ordin., of S. Webster, Aug. 

12. Boston, 1741. 8*. (B 144) 

— Religion recommended to the soldier; sermon, to the 

Anc. and Hon. Artil. Co., June 4. Boston, 1744. 8". 
(B 73, 179) 

— Sermon, election. Boston, 1759. 8*. (B 179, 181, 184) 

— Two disc, [on] the importance of the belief of the 

Gospel, to eternal salvation. Bost., 1759. 8*. (B 147. 

— Validity of Presbyterian ordination: sermon, Xew 

Castle, Dec 20, 1732, ordin. of J. Blunt. Boston, 

1733. 8«. (C 50, 53) 
Parsons, Lawrence, 2rf Earl of Roue. Argument 

to prove the truth of the Christian revelation. 

London, 1834. 8". 
Parsons, Levi. Dereliction and restoration of the 

Jews; sermon. Oct. 31, before the departure of the 

Palestine mission. Boston, 1819. 8'. (B 300, 1237) 

— Morton, D. O. Memoir of P., missionary to 

Palestine. Poultney. Vt., 1824. 12". 
Parsons, Moses. Character of able ministers; sermon, 
Xov. 11, 1772, ordin. of O, Parsons, Gloucester. 
Salem, 1773. 8". (B 915) 

— Ministers of Christ the servants of God; sermon, Ips- 

wich, ordin. of J. Dana, Xov. 7, 1765. Boston, 
1776. 8". (B 915) 

— Sermon, Cambridge, election. Boston. 1772. 8*. (B 

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— Funeral termon on. \1^. See Yntt\»j,'L.; — Tappan, 

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ConUnts. Series 1. Life. — Providence. — Corre- 
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Jerusalem. 2. The seeming and the actual. The 

senses. — Ministry of sorrow. — Sabbath. — Founda- 
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— Address before the Prov. Assoc for the Prom, of Tern- 

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— Battle of Lake Erie; disc, before the H, I. Hist. Soc 

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— Same. [2d ed ] Prov., 1854. 8*. (B 1615) 

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— Memoir of C. Frost. «./).. [1849]. S". (B 1456) 

— Physician for ships. Camb., 1820. 8". 

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— Same. 3d ed. Boston, 1842. 12° 

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— Prize dissertations : Inflamation of the perios- 

teum ; Eneuresis irritata; Cutaneous diseases ; 
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1849. 8°. 

— Prize dissertations of the R. I. Med. Soc. ; spinal dis- 

eases, their causes and treatment. Boston, 1843. 8°. 
(B 1189) 

— Report of the committee on medical sciences at a 

meeting of the Amer. Med. Assoc, May. Phila., 

1850. 8". (B 1560) 

Sketches of Rhode Island physicians deceased 

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Parsons, Wm., Funeral sermon on. 1837. See Young, A. 

(B 1126, 1718) 
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Parsons, Wm. Monte Christo. London, 1866. 16°. 
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Coudrette, ed. with introd. notes, e^c, by W. 

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Parthax. Fragm. (/« Mueller, C. Fr. hist. Gr.,v. 4. 1851.) 
Parthenais oder die Alpenreise ; von I. Baggesen. 

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Parthenogenesis. See Owen, R. 

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Parthenon, The ; a magazine of art and liteiature. 
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Parthenon, The; May 1862- May 1863. London, 
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Parthey, Gustav Friedrich Constantin. Aegypten beim 
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Parthia. Clinton, H. F. Kings of Parthia. (In his 
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Partie de chasse do Henri iv, La; comedie. See Coll6, C. 

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See alio American party ; — Democratic Party ; — 
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publican Party; — Tories; — U. S. History (Van 
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Parties and factions in Ens;land at the accession of William 
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Partington, Mrs. See Shillaber, B. P. 

Partington, Charles Frederick. Account of the 
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— Historical and explan. notes, and a biog. memoir of 

Edward, Marquis of Worcester. (.In Somerset, E. 
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— Manual of natural and experimental philos- 

ophy. London, 1828. 2 v. 8°. 

— Mechanic's gallery of science and art. Vol. 1. 

London, 1825. 8". 

Partington's carpet bag of fun. See Avery, S. P. 
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Partisan warfare. Jeney, — de. The partisan ; 

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%\ (B 1536) 

— Field, E. W. Limited liability partnerships. 

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— PoTHiER, R. J. Traite du contrat de societe ; 

[avec] deux appendices, I'un des obligations 
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— Watson, W. Treatise on the law of partner- 

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— Famous Americans of recent times. Boston, 

1867. 8°. 
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— Randolph. (July 1866.) — Girard and his college. 
(Jan. 1865.) — Bennet and the N. Y. Herald. (Apr. 
1866.) — Goodyear. (July 1865.) — Beecher and his 
church. (From the Atlantic monthly, Jan. 1867.) — 
Vanderbilt. (From the New York ledger, Apr. 8, 1865.) 

— Theodosia Burr. (From Harper's mag., Aug. 1864.) 

— Astor. (From Harper's mag., Feb. 1865.) 

— Gen. Butler in New Orleans; history of the 

department of the Gulf in 1862. N. Y., 
1864 [1863]. 8°. 

— Same. 10th ed. N. Y., 1864. 8°. 

— Humorous poetry of the Eng. language. 2d ed. 

N. Y., 1857 [1856]. 12°. 

— Life and times of Burr. N. Y., 1858. 8°. 

— Life and times of Franklin. N.Y., 1864. 2 v. 


— Life of And. Jackson. N. Y., 1860. 3 v. 8°. 

— Life of H. Greeley. N. Y., 1855. 12°. 

— Topics of the time. Boston, 1871. 8°. 

Contents. Uncle Sam's treatment of his servants. — 
The Yankees at home. — Congreseional peccadilloes. — 
International copyright. — Our Roman Catholic breth- 
ren. — Uow Congre^8 wastes its time. — The clothes 
mania. — Log-rolling at Washington. — Our Israeliiish 
brethren. — Corresp. of Napoleon Bonaparte. — The 
government of the city of N. Y. (N. A. rev., Oct. 1866.) 

— and others. Sketches of men of progress. 

N. Y., Hartford., 1870-71. 8°. 
Parton, Sara Payson. Fern leaves. 1st, 2d series. 

Auburn, 1853-54. 2 v. 12". 
Partridge, Capt. Alden. Altitudes of mountains in N. Y., 

N. H.. and Vt. {In Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., n.s., 

V. 1. 1818.) 

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— Observations on national defence. Boston, 1824. 8*. 

(B 547) 
Partridge, Hon. George, Funeral sermon on. 1828. See 
Kent, B. 

— The worthie hystorie of the moste noble and valiaunt 

knight Plasidas. {In Collier, J. P. Illust. of old 

Eng. lit., v. 3. 1866.) 
Partridge, J. Direct taxation. {In Nat. Assoc. Prom. 

Soc. Sci. Trans., 1862.) 
Partridge, J. Arthur. The false nation and its 

'bases' ; or, Why the South cannot stand. 

London, 1864. 8°. 

— The making of the American nation ; or. The 

rise and decline of oligarchy in the West. 
London, 1866. 8°. 

— On democracy. Phila., 1866. 8°. 




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Party, History of, 1666-1832. Set Cooke, G. W. 
Parnria retentionis. Warres, J. C. Variety peculiar to 

fenoales. {In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. com., v. 1. 

Parata, Filippo, ami Angostinos, L. Sicilia numisnaatica ; 

add. H. Goltzii aliorumque Sicilise descriptione et 

in numismata explicationibus; ace. G. Gualtheri 

tabulae antiquse, una cum ejusdem G. G. animadv. 

{In Graevios. Thes. antiq. Sicil., v. 6-8. 1723.) 
Parata, Paolo. Degl' istorici delle cose veneziane. {In 

Istorici delle cose venez., v. 3, 4. 1718.) 

— XlCEROS,J. P. {In his Mem., v. 11. 1730; v. 9. 1754.) 
Parvenus, Les. ou Lea aventures de Jnlien Delniours; [par 

S. F. D. de St. A. ctsse. de Genlis]. (Vol. 13-15 o/ 

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Parville, Henri de. Un habitant de la planete 

Mars. Paris, [186-5]. 12". 
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Pascal, Blaise. CEuvres. Xouv. ed. Paris, 1819. 

6 V. 8". 
ConUntn. Vol. 1. Disc, sur sa vie par Bossut. — 
Eloge par Xieole. — Easai par F. de Xeufchateau. — 
Lettres provinciales. 2. Pensies. 3. Factums pour 
les cures de Paris, Ronen, etr. — Lettre touchant les 
commandements de Dieu. — Question sur les miracles, 
etc. 4, 5. £criU KUntifiquet. 4. Essais pour lea 
coniques. — Machine aritfiroetiqne. — Xouvelfes expe- 
riences touchant le vide. — Lettre du pere Xoel, jesuite, 
k Pascal. — Traite de I'equilibre des liqueurs. — Traite 
de la pesanteur de la masse de I'air. — Recit de la grande 
experience de Tequilibre des liqueurs. — Recit des 
observations faites par Perier. — Xouvelles experiences 
faites en Angleterre. — Lettre de Pascal et Roberval k 
Fermat, sur un prinoipe de geostatique mis en avant par 
ce dernier. — Celeberrima Matheseos Academiae Paris- 
iensi. — [Correspondence] de Pascal et Fermat. — 5. 
Traite du triangle arithmetique. — Traite des ordres 
numeriques. — Problemata de cycloide, proposita junii 
1658. — Reflexions i^ur les conditions des prix attaches a 
la solution des problemes cone, la cycloTJe. — Histoire 
de la roulette. — Historia trochoidis, sive cycloidis. — 
Diverses inventions de A. Deltonville en geonjetrie. — 
Dimensions des lignes courbes de toutes les roulettes. — 
De I'escalier, des triangles cylindriques, et de la spirale 
autour d'une cone. — Egalite des lignes spirale et para- 

— Les provinciales. ou Les lettres ecrites a un 

provincial et leur refutation, par 1' abbe May- 
nard. Paris, 1851. 2 v. 8". 

— Eng. Letters relating to the Jesuits ; with a 

lijfe by Mme. Perier ; tr. by W. Andrews. 
London, 1744. 2 v. 8°. 

— Same, entitled Provincial letters ; tr. bv T. 

M'Crie. Edin., 1848. 16". 

— Pensees. Paris, 1803. 2 v. 12°. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Avertissement [par A. \. R.]. 

— Disc, sur la vie et les ouvrages de P. [par Bossat]. — 
Pensees qui se rapportent k la philos., k U morale, et 
ani belles-lettres. 2. Pensees rel. k la religion. — 
Comparaison des anciens Chretiens avec eeux d'au- 
jourd'hui. — Frag, sur la conversion dn pecheur. — 
Ecrits trouve dans la poche de P. 

— Pensees, fragmens, et lettres ; pub. par P. Fau- 

gere. Paris, 1844. 2 v. 8°. 
ConUnts. Vol. 1. Introd. — Lettres, 1648-61. — 
Priere pour demander k Dieu le bon usage des maladies. 

— Ecrit sur la conversion du pecheur. — Preface sur le 
traite du vide. — Disc, sur les pa.->sions de I'amour. — 
De I'esprit geometriqne. — Diflerence entre I'esprit 
de geometrie et de finesse. — De I'art de persuader. — 
Pensees diverses. — Ravissement et profession de foi. — 
Pensees sur I'eloqnence et le style. — Jesoites, Jan. 

284. (28. 2. 79.) 

senistes, et Provinciales. — Le Pape et I'Eglise. — Con- 
versations. 1652-62. — App. 2. Fragments d'une apo- 
logie du christianisme, ou Pensees sur la religion. — 
Domat, J. Lettre au pere Domat ; — Pensees. — App. 

— Same. Pub. par. E. Havet. Pari.«, 1852. 8". 
Contents. Avertissement. — Etude sur lea Pensees de 

P. — Perier, F. G. P. Vie de P. — Xotea sur la vie de 
P. — Xote sur les doctrines du Jansenisme. — Entretien 
de P. avec de SacL — Trois discours de P. sur la condi- 
tion des graads. — Pensees de P. — Le mystere de 
Jesus. — Opuscules. — Lettre sur la mort de Pascal le 
pere. — Priere pour la maladie. — Fragm. d'un traite du 
vide. — De I'esprit geometrique. — Comparaison des 
Chretiens, etc. — Sur la conversion du pecheur. — Ex- 
traits des lettres k Mile, de Roannez. — Discours sur les 
passions de I'amour. — App. — Add. et corr. — Table 
des matieres. 

— Eng. Thoughts on religion ; tr. by B. Kennet. 

3d ed. London. 1731. 8". 

— Beard, C. {In his Port Royal, esp. v. 2. 1861.) 

— Church, R. W. Pascal and ultramontanism. {In his 

Essays and reviews. 1854.) 

— COSDORCET, J. Eloge de Pascal. — Remarques sur 

les Pensees. {In his (Euvrea, v. 3. 1847.) 

— Jesup, E. Lives of Pico and Pascal. 3d ed. 

London, 1723. 8". 

— Malden, H. (/« his Distinguished men of modern 

times, V. 2, 1838; v. 38 of Lib. ent. knowl.; — and 
V. 1. 1840; V. 123 of Harper's fam. lib.) 

— Mazade, C. de. Une lecture de P. {In Revue d. D. 

Moodes, mars 1865.) 

— Recchhx, H. Pascal's Leben und der Geist 

seiner Schriften ; mit L'ntersuchungen iiber 
die Moral der Jesuiten. Stuttg. u. Ttib., 
1840. 8". 

— Rogers, H. Genius and writings of P. {In Edin. 

rev , Jan. 1847 ; — and in his Ess.iys, v. 1. 1860.) 

— Saixte-Belve, C. a. {In Aw Poriraiu contemp., 

v. 3. 18.V2,) 

— Saisset, E. {In his Le scepticisme. 1865.) 

— Shellet, Mrs. M. W. {In her Lives of liu and scl. 

men of France, v. 1. 1833. Lardner. Cab. eye.) 

— Steffens, H. Pascal und die philos.-gesch. Bedeu- 

tung seiner Ansicbten. {In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. 
Abh., 1837.) 

— ViLLEMAi!*, A. F. {In his Discours. 1852.) 

— Voltaire, F. M. A. de. Remarques sur les pens^ea 

de P. {In his (Euvres, v. 40. 1785.) 
Pascal, Jacqueline. Lettres, opuscules, etc. (Zn 
Fangire, P. Lettres, etc. 1845.) 

— Cousin, V. Jacqueline Pascal. 3e ed. Paris, 

1856. 8". 
Pascal, Jean Baptiste Etienne. Origines et raison 

de la liturgie catholique, suivies de la liturgie 

armenienne ; sur le texte italien de G. Aved- 

cian. Paris, Migne, 1844. 8°. 
Pascal the younger, pseud. Cases of conscience; lessons 

in morals. 2d ed. London, 1851. 8«. (B 1382) 
Pascal et Charlotte; par A. Thomas. {In Semaine lit., 

V. 4.) 
Pasch {Lilt. Paachins), Georg. Nicebon, J. P. {In hit 

Mem., v. 7. 17i9; and. Germ., v. 7. 1753.) 
Paschal, Charles {or Pasquali, Carlo). De coronis. 

Lugd.Bat., 1671. 8". 

— XiCERoy, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 17. 1732; — and. 

Germ., v. 13. 1756.) 
Paacbali* i. Bulla ad Petronacium Ravennae Archiepis- 
copum. {In Mnratori. Rer. Ital. scr., v. 2, pt. 1. 
Paschall, Itobert 8. Deeds : Heirs of Robert Morris to R. 
S. Paschall and R. 8. P. to John Moss. Phila., 
18.>4. 8". (E 309) 
Paschasius Radbertos. Vita 8. Adalhardi. — Vita Wal» 
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Pascheles, Wolf. Sippurim, eine Sammlung jiidi- 
scher Volkssagen, Erzahlungen, Mythen, 
Chroniken, Denkwiirdigkeiten. (Vol. 1, 3e 
Aufl.) Prag, 1858, 53-56. 4 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Weisel, L. Die Eishohle. — Ro- 
senauer, J. Aschmadai. — "Weisel, L. Raschi oder 
Jarchi: — Der Feigenbaum als Zeuge; — Moses ben 
Maimon; — Sagen der Prager Juden. — K., S. Der 
Kadisch von Kol Xidre. — Letteris, M. Bildad, der 
reisende HeUkiinstler. — Maier, W. Die Zwillingsge- 
scbwister. — K., 8. Die Juden io Botamens Vorzeit. 




— Kapper, L. Der hohe Eabbi Low und der Graf. — 
Klemperer, G-. Rabbi Bustanei, Reach Gelutha. — 
Weiael, L. Der wunderbare Baumeister. — Budeus, T. 
Der Gang nach der Kalkgi-ube. — Maier, W. Rachel 
vor Gott. — Budeus, T. Der Schatz in der Todtenkam- 
mer. — Wolfner, W. Die Juden in NUrnbergs Vorzeit. 

— K., 8. Der Rctter. 2. Ehrmann, D. Baron 
Eibenschiitz. — Klemperer, G. Alexander der GroBse, 
Konig von Macedonien. — Rosenauer, J. Die Proben 
des Scharfsinnes. — Duschak, M. Das heldcniniithige 
Weib. — Hlawatsch, A. Die freigebigen Juden. — 
Hain, M. Der Scgcnsppruch. — Zedner. Lebeu 8aba- 
thai Zewis. — Rosenauer, J. Joker dai. — Klapp, M. 
Verschollene Gescliicliten. — Hlawatsch, A. Jakob 
Rodrigo Pereire. — Kulka. Aus dem Leben des Rabbi 
Ephraim ben Aaron Lautschitz. — Rosenauer, J. Der 
letzte Rath. — Rapsport, S. L. Leben des R. Sadja 
Gaon. — F. Ein Opfer des Schweigens. — Hein, M. 
Napoleon und der Bal echem. — Singer, 8. Eine Nacht 
aus dem Leben Rabbi Akibas. — Fnrth, I. Ehren- 
denkmal. — Rosenauer, J. Skizzen aus den mittelalt- 
erlichen Geschichten des Judenthums : Sad ud Dewlet. 

— Duschak, M. Die Linderung des Ge-hinom. — Altar, 
B. M. Ein Posehch Jisroel. — Rosenauer, J. Konig 
Salomo. 3. K., 8. Gawriel. — Jost, J. M. Vor 
einem halben Jahrhundert. — Popper, M. Jude und 
Prinzessin. — Jastrow, M. Der Besuch in der Syna- 
goge. — StSssel, M. Der Fluch des liabbi. — Sch, Br. 
Reb Abraham, der Grunzeughiindler. — Hein, M. 
Abbitte nach dem Tode. — Z., X. Y. Der Zug des 
Herzens ist des Schicksals Stimme. — HI., Ad. Die 
Judenkolonie im Reiche Coulan. — Duschak, M. 
Epraim Moses Kuh. — Jastrow, M. Chmel. — Klapp, 
M. Verschollene Geschichten. 4. Weisel, L. Jajin 
Kidusch Oder falsche Beschuldigung. — Steinschneider, 
M. Statthalterwirthsehaft in Jerusalem, 1625. — Lan- 
dau, J. Der Weinhiindler und sein Kutscher. — Hor- 
witz, L. Der Lieferant. — P., L. Der Traum. — 
Altar, B. M. Cholem. — Rosenauer, J. Junker und 
Judenmaid. — Duschak, M. Sixtus v. — Klemperer, 
Q. Rabbi Jonathan Eibenschiitz. 

Pascoli, Lione. Vite de' pittori, scultori, ed archi- 
tetti moderni. Roma, 1730-36. 2 v. 4°. 

— Vite de' pittori, scultori, ed architetti perugini. 

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cueil des disc, 1840-49, pt. 1.) — Keponse. {In 
1860-69, le pt.) 

— Eloge de Bossuet. {In Eossuet, J. B. (Euvres, v. 1. 


— Several articles.] {In Revue d. D. Mondes, dec. 1837 - 

fev. 1848.) 

Fatino, Domingo. Journal d'un voyage sur le Parana. 
{In Paris. Soc. de Geog. Bnl., 5e per., v. 16. 1868.) 

Patino, Josef. Fragmentos historicos de In vida de P. 
{In Valladares, A. Seman. erud., v. 28. 1790.) 

Patissier, Philibert. Traite des maladies des arti- 
sans, d'apres Ramazzini. Paris, 1822. 8". 

Patmore, Coventry Keassej' Dighton. The angel 
in the house : The betrothal. Boston, 1856. 

— Same. The espousals. Boston, 1860. 16°. 

— Faithful forever. Boston, 1861. 12°. 

— Victories of love. Boston, 1862. 12°. 

Xote. From Macmillan's mag., v. 4-5. 1861-62. 

Patmore, Peter George. My friends and acquain- 
tance, London, 1854. 3 v. 8°. 
Co7itent8. Vol. 1. Lamb. — Campbell. — Countess 
of Blessington. — R. Pkuner Ward. 2. R. P. Ward. 
— H. and J. Smith. — Hazlitt. 3. Hazlitt. — Laman 
Blanchard. — R. Brinsley Sheridan and Thomas 
Patmos. Bailie, J. K. On two inedited Patmian inscrip- 
tions. {In Roy. Irish Acad. Trans., v. 22. 1855.) 

— Stanley, A. P. {In his Sermons before the Prince 

of Wales in his tour in the East, 1863.) 
Paton, Allen Park. Wilson the ornithologist ; a 

new chapter in his life. London, 1863. 8°. 
Paton, Andrew Archibald, Highlands and islands 

of the Adriatic. London, 1849. 2 v, 8°. 

— History of the Egyptian revolution from the 

period of the Mamelukes to the death of 

Mohammed Abi. London, 1863. 2 v, 8°. 
Faton, John. Tlie teachers' view of payment for results. 

{In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1865.) 
Paton, Mary Anne. Clayton, E. C. Memoir. {In her 

Queens of song. 1865.) 
Patranuelo, El, por J. de Timoneda. {In Aribau, B. C. 

Nov. ant. a Cervantes, 1850; v. 3 of his Bibl.) 
Patrat, Joseph. La resolution inutile; ou, Lesdeguisements 

amoureux; comedie melee de vaudevilles. Paris, 

1783. 8". (C 294) 
Patres des Pyrenees, Leg ; par Mme. S. F. D. Genlis. {In 

Biblioth. univ. des romans, Nouv., v, 49. 1801.) 
Patriarch, The ; or. Family library mag. ; ed. by 

R. W. Bailey. Vol. 1-2 ; Jan. 1841 - May 

1842, N, Y., 1841-42, 2 v, 8°. 

— Same. Aug. 1841; ed. by R. W. Bailey [cont. 'Wash- 

iiiKton, the father of his country']. N. Y., 1841. 8°, 
Patriarchi, Gasparo. Lettere, {In Raccolta di prose e 
let., v. 2. 1830.) 

Patriarchs, Maurice, F. D. The patriarchs of 
the Old Testament ; sermons. 2d ed. Camb., 
1855. 8°, 

— Testaments of the xii patriarchs. Edin,, 

1871. 8°. (Roberts, A. Ante-Nicene lib., 
V. 22.) 

— Todd, J. Questions on the lives of the patri- 

archs, embracing the book of Genesis. 
Northampton, Mass., 1856. 16°. 

See also Abraham ; — Enoch ; — Jacob ; — 

Patricia Constrmtinolitana, St. Vita. {In Acta, sauct., 

v. 39. 1868.) 
Patrician's daughter. The. See Marston, J. 
Patricius. Epitlialamium Anspicii et yEllas. {In Lemaire, 

Poet, rain., v. 3; v. 136 of Biblioth. class. Lat.) 
Patricius, Franciscns. See Patrizj, F. 
Patricius, pseud. Thoughts. 1785, See Geoghigan, R, 
Patrick, St. Confessio de vita et conversatione sua. 

{In Acta sanct., v. 8. 1865.) 

— HoEY, J, C. Birthplace of St. Patrick, (/n Manning, 

H. E. Essays on religion and literature. 1865.) 

— JocELiNus, monachus de Farnesio. Vita. {In Acta 

sanct., v. 8. 1865.) 
Eng. Life of St. Patrick ; with the elucida- 
tions of D. Rothe ; tr. by E. L. Swift. Dub- 
lin, 1809, 8°, 

— Life. {In Lives of eminent saints. 1853,) 

— Todd, J. H. St. Patrick ; a memoir. Dublin, 

1864. 8°. 
See also Purgatory. 
Patrick, Symon, Bp. of Ely. Commentary on the 
historical books of the Old Testament. Lon- 
don, 1765, 2 V, f°, 

— Books of Job, Psalms, Ecclesiastes, and the 

Song of Solomon, paraphrase with annot. 

Vol. 3 [of the commentary above], Lon- 
don, 1766. f°. 

— Discourse about tradition. {In Cardwell, E. Tracts 

on points at issue, v. 3. 1837.) 

See also Lowth, W. Com. on the prophets 
(a continuation of P.'s Commentary). 1766, 
Patrick, Wm. Sketclies of Canterbury, N, H. {In New 
Hamp. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 4, 1834.) 




Patrick. Society of Friendly Sons of St. See Society of 

Friendly Sons of St. P. 
Patrie ! dranif liistorique. See Sardon, V. 
Patriot, The; addressed to the electors of Gr. Brit.; by 8. 

Johnson. London, 17T4. 8". (B 681) 
Patriot, The; a drama. See Stevens, G. L. (D 45) 
Patriot bovs and prison pictures ; by Edmund 

Kirke [J. R. Gibnore]. Boston, 1866. 12°. 
Patriot chief; a tragedy. See Markoe, P. 
Patriotic Bank. Facts, and elucidations as connected with 

the inan.igement of the Patriotic Bank. Wash., 

1829. 8°. (C 197) 
Patrioticas, pseud. Solid reasons for continuance of war, 

etc. London, 1807. 8°. (B 783) 
Patriotism. Bterlet, T., and Hobertsom, J. C. (/n 

t/ieir Percy anecdotes, v. 1. 1823.) 

— Carpexteb, L. Disc, on Christian patriotism. Lon- 

don, 1838. 8". (B 1745) 

— Essay on patriotism. London, 1769. 8*. (B 705) 

— King, T. S. Patriotism. (In his Patriotism. 1864.) 

— Ltcurgus, the Attic orator. Oratio contra Leocratem. 

See Lycnrgus. 

— Price, K. Discourse on the love of onr country, to 

the Society for Commera. the Revolution in Gr. 
Brit. Boston, 1790. 8°. (B284) 

— St. John, H. On the spirit of patriotism. {In his 

Letters. 1749.) 
See also Kational pride. 
Fatrlx, Pierre. Poesie. (/» Anguia, P. R. Poetes fran- 
gois, V. 6. 1824.) 

— XlCERON, J. P. {In his Mem., v. 24. 1733.) 
Patrizi {Lat. Patricins), Agostino. Xiceron, J. P. (In his 

Mem., V. 7. 1729; —and Germ., v. 8. 1753.) 
Patrizi, Francesco, Bp., d. 1494. 2^iceron, J. P. (In his 

Mem.. V. 36. 1736.) 
Fatrizj, Francesco, d. 1597. Parere in defesa di Ariosto. 

(In Tasso, T. Opere, v. 10. 1824.) 

— Res militaris Romana. (In Grsvios. Thes. antiq. 

Rom., V. 10. 1699.) 
Patrocles Jfacerfo. Fragm. (/n Mueller, C. Fr. hist. Gr., 

V. 2. 1848.) 
Patrocles rA«rii/«. Fragm. (Zn Nauck, A., 

1856; — and in Wagner, F. W. Fr. Eurip. 1846.) 
Patron, The ; a comedy. See Foot, 8. 
Patronage ; by M. Edgeworth ; from 2d London 

ed. Ph'ila., 1814. 3 v. 12". 

— Same. (Vol. 11, 12 of her Tales. 1825; 7, 8. 1848.) 
Patru, Olivier. Plaidoyers etautres oeuvres. Paris, 

1670. 4° 
Contents. Plaidoyers. — Harangue k la reyne Christine 
de Suede.— Compliment & M. M. de I'Acad. Fr.— Epistre 
ded. k Richelieu. — Eloge de P. de Bellievre. — Inscrip- 
tion sur la porte de la salle de 8. Charles de I'Hostel- 
Dieu de Paris. — Epistre ded. k H. de Mesmes. — Placet 
k la reyne mere. — Epitaphe pour sceur .\nne, superieure 
dc-8 Hosp. de Beziers. — Eloge de ia Macarise de I'abbe 
Hedclin. — [8] lettres k Olinde. — Trad, de I'oraison 
de Ciceron pour le poete Archias. — Trad, du sermon de 
S. Chrysostome. 

— (Euvres diverges. 4e ed. Vol. 2. Paris, 1732. 4°. 

Contents. Same as in pttereding, with addition of 
Mem. sur les assemblees du clerge. — Tralte des de- 
cimes. — Disc. acad. sur la travail. — Eclaircissement 
sur ITiisL de I'Astree. — [11] lettres. — La vie de M. 
d'Ablancourt. — Disc, de M. d'Ablancourt a M. Patru. 
— Remarques sur les remarqaes de Vangelas. 

— NiCEROs, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 6. 1728; — and 

Germ., v. 6. 1752.) 
Patte, Pierre. Monumens k la gloriede Louis xv ; 

proc. d'une descr. des monumens anciens et 

modernes. Paris, 1765. f. 
Patten, Henry Lyman. Pond, G. E. (In Higginson, T. 

W. Harvard mem. biog., v. 1. 18166.) 
Patten, Joseph. Oration, Newport, R. I., 4 July. Prov., 

1826. 8°. (B 944) 
Patten, Jfrs. Mary, Funeral sermon on. 1808. See Mnir, 

J. (B243) 
Patten, Wm., D.D., d. 1739. Discourse, Newport, 

death of Pres. Stiles, t.p.m. [1795.] 8*. (B1247) 

— Discourse, Newport, Dec. 29, 1799, death of Washing- 

ton. Newport, 1800. 8'. (B204, E61) 

— Reminiscences of S. Hopkins, D.D. Prov., 

1843. 16°. 

— Sermon, Apr. 12. Newport, [1808]. 4". (B 654) 

— Sermon the Lord's dav succeeding his ordination. 

n.p.. [1786]. 4°. (B2d7) 
Patten, Wm. History of Bedford, N. H. 1851. See Wood- 
bury, P. P. 

285. (3. 4. 79.) 

Patterson. See also Paterson ; — Pattlson. 

Patterson, Artbur J. The Magyars ; their country 
and institutions. London, 1869. 2 v. 16°. 

Patterson, Henry Stuart, M.D. Memoirs of the life and 
labors of 8. G. Morton. (In Nott, J. C.,and Glid- 
den, G. R. Types of mankind. 1854.) 

— Valedictory address before the graduates of the med- 

depart. of Penn. Coll. Phila., 1844. 8". (B 1197) 

Patterson, James Willis. Responsibilities of the 
founders of republics, 2o8th anniv. address 
of Popham Colony, Aug. 29. Bost., 1865. 8°. 

Patterson, John. Adventures of P. ; with notices 
of the 50th or Queen's own regiment, 1807- 
51. London, 1837. 8°. 

Patterson, Robert, ZL.Z)., 6. 1743. Appendage to the re- 
flecting sector, capable of measuring altitudes on 
land, by reflection from an artificial horizon. — 
Description of an instrument for setting up sun 
dials. — Description of the operation of a simple 
apparatus which may serve as a substitute for the 
ship-pump. — Improvement in the common ship- 
pump. (In Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., n.s., v. 1. 

Patterson, Robert. Phonography. See Sharpless, T. 

Patterson, Robert, of Belfast. Litroduction to 
zoology for the use of schools. Pt. 1 : In- 
vertebrata. London, 1846. 12°. 

Patterson, Gen. Robert, b. 1792. Narrative of the 
campaign in the Vallev of Shenandoah, 

1861. PhUa., 1865. 8°. 

Patterson, Robert Hogarth. Economy of capital, 
or gold and trade. Edin., 1865. 8°. 

— Essavs in history and art. Edin., London, 

1862. 8°. 

Contents. Colour in nature and art. — Real and ideal 
beauty. — Sculpture. — Ethnology of Europe. — 
Utopias. — Our Indian empire. — The national life of 
China. — An ideal art-congress. — Battle of the styles. 
— Genius and liberty. — Youth and summer. — Rec- 
ords of the past : Nineveh and Babylon. — India, its 
castes and creeds. — Christopher North, in memoriam. 

— Science of finance ; a practical treatise. Edin., 

1868. 8°. 

Patterson, Wm. J. Report on the trade and com- 
merce of Montreal, 1864, 68. Montreal, 
1865-69. 2 V. 8°. 

Pattes de mouche, Les ; comedie. See Sardon, V. 

Pattie, James O., of Kentucky. Personal narrative 
of P. during an exped. from St. Louis to the 
Pacific Ocean, through the city of Mexico to 
Vera Cruz, various conflicts with the Indians 
and captivity ; ed. by T. Flint. Cincin., 
1833. 8°. 

Pattison. See also Paterson ; — Patterson. 

Pattlson, Granville Sharp. Answer to 'Strictures on Mr. 
Pattison's reply to cert-iin oral and written criti- 
cisms', by W. Gibson. Bait., 1820. 8°. (B 833) 

— Correspondence between P. and N. Chapman. 2d ed. 

Phila., 1821. 8'. (B 833) 

— Lecture in Jefferson Med. Coll., Phila., Jan. 22, 'Has the 

parotid gland ever been extirpated?' Phila., 1833. 
8"'. (B 1560, 1880, 1882) 

— Refutation of certain calumnies in a pamphlet, en- 

titled 'Correspondence between P. and N. Chapman'. 
B.ilt., 1820. 8«. (B 833) 

— Gibson, W. Strictures on Pattison's reply to certain 

oral and written criticisms. Phila., 1820. 8°. (B 833) 
Pattison, Mark. Suggestions on academical or- 
ganization with reference to Oxford. Edin., 
1868. 8". 

— Report. See Gr. Brit ^duc. Comm. (p. 1201). 

— Tendencies of religious thought in England, 1688-1750. 

(In Eteays and reviews. 1860.) 

— What measures are required for the further improve- 

ment of the Univ. of Oxford and Cambridge? (In 
Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans.. 1868.) 
Pattison, Wm. Poetical works. (In Anderson, R. Brit. 
poets, V. 8. 1795.) 

Patton, J. Harris. History of the U. S. of Amer. 

N. Y., 1860. 8". 
Patton, Ret. Wm. Familiar exposition of the I.rf)rd'8 prayer. 

(In Westminster Assembly. Catechism. 1835.) 




Fatton, Wm., of N. T. Sermon, duty and importance of 
special eflbrts for the conversion of cities. (/« Na- 
tional preacher, v. 2. 1827-28.) 

Fatten, Wm. Weston. Execution of J. Brown; disc, 
Chicago, Dec. 4. Chicago, [1859]. 8". (B 1244) 

Fattn. Observations sur le mouvement des voitures. n.p., 
[18—]. 8°. (B1155) 

— Rapport sur la chaux hydraulique. Caen, 1824. 8°. 

(B 1155) 

— Rapport sur les plaques de porcelaine. Caen, 1823. 

8°. (B1155) 
Patty, by K. S.Macquoid. Lond., N. Y., 1871. 8°. 

Note. From Macmillan's mag., v. 23-24. 1871. 
Paul, S^ Epistles. See Bible. N. T. (p. 289). 

— DAtisauE, C. S. Pauli sanctitudo in utero, 

extra, in solo, in coclo. Paris, 1627. 12". 

— Spanheim, F. De sera conversionis Paulinas, et an- 

nexis. {In his Diss. 1679.) 

— Lyttleton, G., Lord. Obs. on the conversion and 

apostleship of St. Paul. {In his Works, v. 2. 1748; 
— and in West, G. Defence of the Christian reve- 
lation. 1748.) 

— BOULLANGER, N. A. (/« his (Euvres, v. 6. 1792.) 

— Kemp, J. Character of Paul; two discourses. May 17, 

1801, before the correspondent board in London of 
Soc. in Scotland for Prop. Chr. Knowl. £din., 

1802. 8°. (B 320, 845) 

— Moke, H. Essay on the character and writ- 

ings of St. Paul. Boston, 1815. 2 v. 24°. 
Same. {In her Works, v. 8. 1818.) 

— Spicer, T. Vindication of the character of Paul. 

N. Y., 1821. 8°. (B 1359) 

— Rennell, Maj. Voyage and place of shipwreck of 

St. Paul. {In Archseologia, v. 21. 1827.) 

— Apostle Paul, The, a Unitarian. Boston, 1828. 12°. 

(A. U. A., Ist ser., 19. C 168, v. 2.) 

— Tholuck, F. a. G. Einleitende Bemerkungen in das 

Studium der paulinischen Briefe, die Lebensum- 
stiinde, den Charakter und die Sprache des Apos- 
tels betreffend. {In his Verm. Schr., v. 2. 1839.) 

Life, character, and style of St. Paul. {In Edwards, 

B. B., and Park, E. A. Selections. 1839.) 

— Pearson, J. Annales Paulini. {In his Minor theol. 

works, V. 1. 1844.) 

— Vision de St. Paul, poemedu ISesiecle. (/a Ozanam, 

A. F. Dante. 1845.) 

— Whately, R. Essay [2d ser.] on some of the 

difficulties in the writings of St. Paul and 
otherparts of the Testament. Lond.,1849. 8°. 

— Lewin, T. Life and epistles [newly translated] . 

London, 1851. 2 v. 8°. 

— CoNYBEARE, W. J., and HowsoN, J. S. Life 

and epistles of St. Paul. Lond., 1854. 2 v. 4°, 

— Butler, CM. St. Paul in Rome; lectures. 

Phila., 1865. 12°. 

— HowsoN, J. S. Scenes from the life of St. Paul 

and their religious lessons. [Boston, 1866.] 
18°. (Amer. Tract Soc.) 

— Smith, J. Voyage and shipwreck of St. Paul. 

3d ed., with add. proofs. London, 1866. 12°. 

— Ren AN, E. St. Paul ; tr. by I. Lock wood. 

N. Y., 1869. 8°. 

— Arnold, M. St. Paul and Protestantism. Lon- 

don, 1870. 8°. 
Note. From the Comhill mag., with additions. 

— HowsoN, J. S. The companions of St. Paul. 

London, 1871. 8°. 

The metaphors and companions of St. Paul. 

Boston, 1872 [1871]. 2 v. in 1. 16°. 

Faul, St.,2)seud. Epistle to the Laodiceans. — Epistle to 
Seneca, with Seneca's to Paul. — Acts of Paul and 
Thecla, {In Hone, W. Apocryphal' New Testa- 
ment. 1832.) 

Fanl, St. Vincent de. See Vincent de Paul, St. 

Fanl IV. [John Peter Caraffa], Pope. Casa, G. della. In- 
struzioni e lettere int. alia tra. guerra Paolo iv e 
Carlo V. {In his Opere, v. 4. 1806.) 

— Nokes, p. Storia della guerra di Paoli iv contro gli 

Spagnuoli, corred. di documenti. (/« Archivio 
stor. ital., v. 12. 1847.) 
Paul V. [Camillo Borghese], Pope. Trollope, T. 
A. Paul the Pope and Paul the Friar. 
London, 1861. 16". 

Faul I., of Russia. Ermordung des Kaisers Paul I. von 
Russland am 23. Miirz 1801. {In HistoriBche Zeit- 
schrift, v. 3. 1860.) 

— PoiNSOT, — . {In his Morts royales. 1867.) 

— Schnitzler, J. H. Kaiser Paul i. vor und nach 

seiner Thronbesteigung. {In Historisches Tasch- 
enbuch, 1867.) 
Faul, Benjamin H. Manual of technical analysis; founded 
on the Handbuch of P. A. Bolley. See BoUey, 
P. A. 

Paul, Sir George Onesiphorus. Address to jus- 
tices of the peace for the County of Gloces- 
ter on forming rules and by-laws for the 
government of the prisons. 3ded. Gloces- 
ter, 1808. 8°. 

— Proceedings of grand juries and others of the 

County of Glocester on a reform in the con- 
struction and regulation of the prisons. 3d 

ed. Glocester, 1808. 8°. 
Faul, Howard. Thrice married. (No. 83 of De Witt's act- 
ing plays.) — Locked out; a comic scene. (No. 87.) 
Paul, Howard H., pseud. Dashes of American 

humor; illust. by J.Leach. N.Y'., 1853. 12°. 
Paul, Sir John Dean. Another tale of a tub. {In Carletou, 

J. W. Sporting sketch book. 1842.) 
Paul, Bev. Robert Bateman. Tour to Moscow in 

1836. London, 1836. 12°. 
Faul, Wm. Sermon before the Society in Scotland for 

Propagating Christian Knowledge, June 1. Edin., 

1797. 8". (B 1640) 
Paul, Wm., F.R.H.S. The rose garden ; its history, 

cultivation, etc. London, 1848. 8°. 
Faul and Virginia; a musical entertainment. See Cobb, J. 
Paul Clifford; by Sir E. B. Lytton. Lpz., Tauch- 

nitz, 1841. 16°. 
Faul et Virginie; par J. H. B. de St. Fierre. {In his 

CEuvres. v. 6. 1826; — and, Eng., Studies from na- , 

ture, V. 5. 1796.) 
Paul Fane ; by N. P. Willis. N. Y., 1879. 12° 
Paul FerroU ; by [C. W. Clive]. From 4th Eng. 

ed. N. Y., 1856. 12°. 
Faul Jones; drame. See Damas, A. 
Paul of Aleppo. Travels of Macarius ; tr. by F. 

C. Balfour. London, Oriental Tr. Fund, 

1829. 4°. 
Faul Pry ; a comedy. See Foole, J. 
Paul Redding ; a tale of the Brandy wine ; by T. 

B. Read. Boston, 1845. 12°. 
Fanl, the Spanish sharper. The history of; by F. de Que- 

vedo V Villegas. {In Boscoe, T. Spanish novelists, 

V. 2. 1832.) 
Faul Emile. See Emili, Paolo. 
Paula, St. La vie de Ste. Pauls, veuve. {In Arnaold 

d'Andilly, R. Vies des saints, v. 1. 1716.) 
Paulding, Hiram. Journal of a cruise of U. S. 

schr. Dolphin among the islands of the Pa- 
cific. N. Y., 1831. 18°. 

— Voyage autour du monde. {In Mont6mont, A. 

Biblioth. univ., v. 16. 1834.) 

— Headley, J. T. {In his Farragut and our naval 

commanders. 1867.) 
Paulding, James Kirke. Affairs and men of New 
Amsterdam in the time of Gov. P. Stuyvesant. 
N, Y., 1843. 12° 

— The backswoodsman ; a poem ; [also, Nature 

and art; a fable], Phila., 1818. 12°. 
Extracts. {In Specimens of the Amer. poets. 1822.) 

— The Bulls and the Jonathans ; ed. by W. I. 

Paulding. N. Y., 1867. 16°. 
Contents. The diverting history of John Bull and 
Brother Jonathan. — John Bull in America; or. The 
new Munchausen. 

— Diverting history of John Bull and brother 

Jonathan, London, 1813. 16°. 

— The Dutchman's fireside. New York, 1831. 

2v. 12° 

— Life of Washington. N. Y., 1836. 2 v, 8°, 

— Same. N. Y., [18—]. 2 v. 18°, (Harper's 

fam, lib., v, 75, 76.) 




— Merrv tales of the three wise men of Gotham. 

N.'Y., 1826. S". 

— Slavery in the U. S. N. Y., 1836. 18". 

— Tales of the good woman ; ed. by W. I. Paul- 

ding. X. Y., 1867. 12", 

— United States and Eng. ; reply to criticism on 

Inchiquin's letters, in the Quarterly re\iew, 
Jan. 1814. N. Y., 1815. 8°. 

— Another copy. (A 1) 

— Westward Ho ! X. Y., 1832. 2 v. 12». 

— Pauldixg, W. I. Literary life of P. N. Y., 

1867. 8°. 

Paulding, Wm. I. Literary life of J. K. Paulding. 
X. Y., 1867. 8". 

Paula, Sir George. Life of J. WTiitgift, Abp. of 
Canterbury ; added, Conspiracy for pre- 
tended reformation, written in 1591, by R. 
Cosin. London, 1699. 8°. 

— Same, icUhout the 'Conspiracy'. {In Wordsworth, C. 

Eccles. biog., v. 3. 1839.) 
Panle de Clermont, Francois de, marq. de Montglat. See 

Montglat, F. de P. de Clermont. 
PaulL See aUo Panili ; — Panly. 
Pauli, Ferdinand. Wegweiser fiir Freunde der 

Poesie. Lpz., 1866. 8°. 
Pauli, Georg Reinhold. Geschichte Englands seit 

den Friedensschliissen von 1814 und 1815. 

Lpz., 1864-75. 3 v, 8°. (Staatengeschichte 

der neuesten Zeit.) 
Contents. V^ol. 1. Von der Schlacht bei Waterloo bia 
zum Tode Georg'a iv. 2. 1830-41. 3. 1841-52. 

— Heinrich viii. und seine nenesten Beurtheiler. {In, 

Historiache Zeitscbrift, v. 1. 1859.) — Oliver Crom- 
well. {In V. 8. 1862.) — Die Entdeckongen Ber- 
genroths in Simancas. {In v. 11. 1864.) — Diplo- 
matie im Jabre 1516; ein Beitrag zar Charakeristik 
Maximilians i. (/« v. 14. 1865.) — Cardinal Wol- 
aey und das Parlament von 1523. {In, v. 21. 1869.) 
— Zur Oescbicbte Irlands unter den Tadors. {In 
V. 22. 1870.) 

— Life of Alfred the Great ; tr. ; app. Alfred's 

Anglo-Saxon version of Orosius ; with Eng. 
tr. and an Anglo-Saxon alphabet and [gram- 
mar], by B. Thorpe. Lond., Bohn, 1853. 8°. 

— Pictures of Old England ; tr. by E. C. Otte. 

Camb.. 1861. 8°. 

— Simon de ilontfort, der Schopfer des Hauses 

der Gemeinen. Tiib., 1867. 8°. 

— continuator. See Lappenberg, F. M. Geschlcbte von 


Pauli, Simon, d. 1591. Dispositio et enarratio Evan- 
geliorum dominicis quae diebus et festis 
sanct. explieantur. 2a pars. Witeb., 1578. 8". 

Paulli, Simon, b. 1603. Xiceko.v, J. P. {In his Mem., 
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Pauline. {In Sargent, E. Mod. stand, dr., v. 17.) 

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— Same. Recog. L. Dindorfius. Parisiis, Didot, 

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Pauw, Cornelis de, or Comeille de. Recherches 

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use amongst the Romans, and is now in foreign na- 
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Paxton's magazine of botany. London, 1834-49. 
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Paxton-men. Conduct of the Paxton-men im- 
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Payne, Edward. Letter to E. Payne and H. Inches. Vef- 

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Payne, George. Elements of mental and moral 

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Payne, J. French encroachments exposed; or, Britain's 

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Pajme, Jacob, of Va. Narrative of the military and other 

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Payne, James A., and other*. Address to the workiDgmen 
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Payne, John. New and complete system of uni- 
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Payne, John. Masque of shadows and other 
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Payne, John Howard. Brutus ; or, The fall of 
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Payne, Lewis. Tkiai,. (/« Pitman, B. Assassination of 

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Payne, Roger, Diary of. {In Dialogue in the shades. 1821.) 
Payne, Thomas, & Son. Catalogue of books to be sold, 

1783. [London, 1783.1 8°. (B 877) 

— Same. [London, 1784.J 8°. (B 875) 

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Payne, Win., D.D. Discourse of the communion 
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— Discourse cone, the sacrifice of the mass. {In Card- 

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Paynter, Wm. See Painter, W. 

Payne, Manuel. The other side. 1850. See Alcaraz, R. 
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Paysac, Mile. See Fansse-Lendry, P. de. marquise de. 
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Paysans, Les ; par H. de Balzac. Paris, 1865. 16". 

((Euvres, v. 38.) 
P&ysans de Maisidres. The mule without a bridle. {In 

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Payson, Aurin M., and Laighton, A. Poets of 

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Payson, Edward, D.D. Address to seamen, Port- 
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— Discourse, Portland, May 5, before the Bible sJoc. of 

.Maine. Portland, 1814. 8°. ( B 327, 1328, 1849) 

— Haksichlka ik achukmo otuninchi; [sermon, tr. into 

Choctaw], u.t.p. [1845.] 12°. (E 39) 

— The oracle of God; sermon, Boston, Jan. 21. Port- 

land, 1824. 8". (B 956, 1328) 

— Sermon; concern for the spiritual wants of man. (In 

National preacher, v. 2. 1827-28.) 

— CuMMiNGs, A. Memoir of P. Portl., 1830. 8". 
Payson, Rtv. Phillips, D.D. Memorial of Lexington Battle, 

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— Sermon before the Council and House of Representa- 

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— Sermon, election. Boston, 1778. 8*. (B 176, 180, 186) 

— Sermon, Jan. 14, death of Washington. Charlestown 

1800. 8*. (B 87, W 50) 

— Sermon, ordiii. of J. Payson, Fitchburg, Jan 27 

Boston, 1768. 8°. (B 60, 1313) 

— Sermon, ordin. of 8. Payson, Lunenburgh, Sept 8. 

Boston. 1762. 8°. (B 54) 

— Sermon, ordin. of 8. Payson, Rindge, Dec. 4, 1782. 

Boston, 1783. 8°. (B 66, 1315, C 21) 

— Some select astronomical observ.. Chelsea. {In Amer. 

Acad, of Arts and ScL Mem., v. 1. 1785.) 

— Funeral sermon on. See Barnard, T. (B 963, 1222) 

Payson, Seth. Death of the godly a call to prayer ; 

sermon, funeral of L. Pilsbury, Apr. 8. Worcester 
1819. 8°. (B 1222) 

— Disc, Dec. 16, 1807, ordin. of E. Payson. Portland, 

1808. 8°. (B 1849) 

— Ministers Christ's ambassadors; sermon, ordin. of E. 

Hill, Nov. 3, 1790. Worcester, 1791. 8". (B 164) 

— Proofs of the existence and dangerous ten- 

dency of illuminism. Charlestown, 1802. 12". 

— Sermon, Ashburnham, May 22, 1806, interment of J. 

Cushing, Jr. Leominster, 1807. 8° (B 915, 1007, 

— Sermon, Concord, [election] June 6. Portsmouth, 

1799. 8°. (B 178, 327) 

— Sermon, consecration of the social lodge In Ashby, 

June 24, 1799. Amherst. N. H., 1800. 8"'. (B 1271) 
Payton, Walter. See Peyton, W. 
Paz, Thomas Manuel de. Al noble su sangre avisa; come- 

dia. n.p., [1"—]- 4°. (E 112) 
Pazzi, Alessandro de. Disc. int. alia riforma dello stato di 

Firenze. 1522. {In Archivio stor. ital., v. 1. 1842.) 
Pazzi, Alfonso de. Sonetto. {In Trucchi, F. Poesie ital., 

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— Sonetto. (/n Bemi, F. Opere burl., v. 3. 1824.) 
Pazzi, Antonio. Ritratti dl pittori esistente apprisso P. 

See Marrini, O. 
Pazzi, Piero de. Bisticci, V. da. Commentario della vita, 

di P. de Pazzi. {In Archivio stor. ital., v. 4. p. 2. 

Pazzi, di Firenze, Famiglia di. {In Litta, P. Fam., v. 10.) 
Pea Ridge, Arkansas, Battle of. Baxter, W. 

Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove ; or. Scenes 

and incidents of the war in Arkansas. 

Cincin., 1864. 16". 
Peabody, Mrs. Holiness ; or. The legend of St. 

George ; a tale from Spencer's [sic] 'Faerie 

queene' ; by a mother. Bo.ston, 1836. 12°. 
Peabody, Andrew Preston. Address before the 

Suffolk Temperance Union, March 15. Boston, 

1868. 16°. (B 1927) 

— The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign 

Missions. From the N. American rev., Apr. Bos- 
ton, 1862. 8°. (B 1927) 

— Theanalogy of nature and the Bible; Dndleian lecture. 

Harvard Univ., May 14. Camb., 1856. 8". (B1927) 

— Anti snpernaturalism; sermon, before the senior class 

of the Divinity School in Harvard Univ., July 13. 
Camb., 1845. 8°. (B 1927, H 3) 

— Appeal to the young. Portsmouth, 1848. 8°. (C 209) 

— The atonement; discourse, ordination, A. Wheeler, 

Standish, Jan. 14. Limington, 1835. 8°. (B 1164, 

— Baccalaureate sermon. (In Harvard Univ. Class of 

1862. 64, 65, 67. 70-71, 72. B 1927) 

— The Bible the manual of morals; address before the 

Mass. Bible Soc, May 23. Bost, 1870. 16". (B 1927) 

— The Bible the source of light; sermon, Portsmouth, 

N. H., .Tan. 13, anniv. of the Rockingham Co. Bible 
Soc. [Portsmouth,] 1864. 8". (B1927) 

— Biography of Saml. C. Haven. {In Higginson, T. W. 

Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 

— Christ the image of God : disc, ordin. of Rev. H. Em- 

mons, Dunstable, If. H., June 10. Nashua, 1835. 8*. 
(B 1322) 

— Christian consolations ; sermons designed to 

furnish comfort and strength to the afflicted. 
3d ed. Boston, Portsmouth, 1857. 12". 

— Christianity the religion of nature ; lect. before 

the Lowell Institute. Boston, c<e., 1864. 12". 

— The coming of Christ. Boston, 1841. 16°. (B 1927) 

— The connection between science and religion; oration 

before the Phi Beta Kappa Soc. of Harvard Univ., 
Aug. 28. Boston. 1845. 8°. (B 1927, H 2) 

— Conversation ; its faults and its graces. New 

ed., with additions. Boston, 1867. 12". 
Contents. Peabody, .\. P. Address before the New- 
bnryport Female High School, Dec. 19, 1846. — Trench, 
F. Lecture, Reading, Eng., Dec. 19, 1854. — Gwynne, 
P. A word to the wise. — Mistakes and improprieties 
In speaking and writing corrected, from "Never to late 
to learu' and 'Common blunders in speaking and writ- 

— Essay on prophecies relating to the Messiah. Boston, 

1835. 8°. (C 184, D 64) 

— Fidelity in duty, not accuracy In belief, our test of the 

Christian character. Boston, n.d. 16°. (B 1927) 

— Forgiveness ; sermon, ordin. of H. Stebbins, Fitchburg 

Mass., Nov. 5. Fitchburg, 1851. 8°. (B 1322) 

— Free agency and moral inability reconciled ; sermon, 

installation of Rev. C. Lowe, Salem, Sept, 27. Sa- 
lem, 1S55. 8°. (B 1322) 





— The Hawaiian iBlands, as developed by rnisslonary 

labors. From the Boston rev., May. Boston, 1865. 
8°. (B1927) 

— The immutable right; oration before the Phi Beta 

Kappa Soc. of Brown Univ., Aug. 31. Boston, 
1858. 8°. (B 1927) 

— The importance of opinions. From Monthly relig. 

magazine. Boston, 1847. 12°. (C 209) 

— Jesus our master and Lord; sermon, ordin. of H. F. 

Jenks, Filchburg, Mass., Apr. 10. Boston, 1867. 16° 
(B 1927) 

— Lessons from our late rebellion ; address, anniv. of the 

Amer. Peace Soc, May 19. Bost., 1867. 8°. (B 1921) 

— Manners; an address. Bost., Camb., 1871. 16°. 

— Memoir of C. Borroughs. Camb., 1871. 16°. (B1927) 

— Memorial of J. W, Foster ; ed. by A. P. Pea- 

body. Portsmouth, [N. H.], 1852. 12°. 

— Natureand influenceof war; address before the Amer. 

Peace Soc, May 20. Boston, 1843. 8°. (B 1181) 

— Old age; sermon, Epping, N. H., Dec. 27, 1850, inter- 

mentof W. Pluraer. Portsmouth, 1851. 8°. (B1927) 

— On religious forms. Boston, 1848. 16°. (B 1927) 

— Our conversation in heaven; sermon, Jan. 23, Sunday 

after the death of M. L. Lothrop. Boston, 1859. 8° 
(B 1246) 

— Physical and mental training ; disc, Portsmouth, N.H., 

Nov. 25. [Portsmouth. 1855?] 8°. (B 1927) 
• — Progress in Christ, not beyond Christ; sermon, instal- 
lation of A. J. Rich, Brookfield, Mass. Springfield, 
1870. 8°. (B 1927) 

— Quench not the spirit. Boston, 1849. 12°. (C 209) 

— Religious experience. Concord, 1834. 8°. (D 62) 

— Reminiscences of European travel. N. Y., 

1868. 16° 

— Reverence and family discipline; two sermons, Ports- 

mouth, N. H., Thanksgiving, Nov. 25, and on Noif. 
28. Portsmouth, 1841. 8°. (B 1254) 

— Review of the Bibliotheca Sacra. From the North 

Amer. rev., Jan. An do ver, 1864. 8°. (B1927) 

— The revival of religion; sermon at Portsmouth. 2d ed. 

Boston, 1840. 12°. (C 209) 

— The Scripture doctrine of Christ; three sermons, 

Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 25, 1859, and Jan. 15. 
Portsmouth, 1860. 8°. (B 1927) 

— Sermon, closing of the Sunday School room in Court 

St., Feb. 15. Portsmouth, 1857. 8°. (B 1327) 

— Sermon, installation of C. E. Grinnell as pastor of the 

Harvard Church, Charlestown,Ma88., Nov. 10; with 
suppl. Charlestown, 1869. 8°. (B 1927) 

— Sermon on the end of the world, Portsmouth, n.n., 

[18—] . 8°. (B 1778) 

— Sermon, Portland, Me., funeral of I. Nichols. Boston, 

1859. 8°. (B 1927) 

— Sermon, Portsmouth, N. H., Oct. 24, the 25th anniv. 

of his ordination. Portsmouth, 1858. 8°. (B 1927) 

— Sermon, funeral of C. C. Felton, President of Harvard 

Univ. Cambridge, 1862. 8°. (B 1540) 

— Sermon [on revivals], n.t.p. [18—.] 8°. (C 184) 

— Sermons for children. Boston, 1867. 24°. 

— The sovereignty of law; a lecture. {In Boston lec- 

tures. Christianity and scepticism. 1870.) 

— Spiritualism; sermon, Portsmouth, N. H., Jan. 31. 

[Portsmouth, 1858.] 8°. (B 1927) 

— The student's duty to his parents; sermon, Cambridge, 

Sept. 18. Camb., 1864. 8°. (B 1591) 

— Triumphs of war; sermon, fast, Apr. 15. Portsmouth, 

1847. 8°. (B 1260) 

— Two sermons, Sunday succeeding the interment of J. 

W. Foster, Jan. 18. Portsmouth, 1852. 8°. (B 1215) 

— Uses of classical literature; address before the United 

Literary Soc. of Dartmouth Coll., July 26. Boston, 
1843. 8°. (B 1575) 

— What the physician should be; address, commence- 

ment of the Medical School of Harv. Univ., at the 
Medical Coll., Boston, Mar. 9. Camb., 1870. 8° 
(B 1927, H 8) 

— Who is my neighbor? sermon before the Soc. for the 

Relief of Aged Females, at Newburyport, Mass., 
Dec. 13, 1840. Newburyport, 1841. 8°. (B 1328) 

— The will and the affections; sermon, ordination of R. 

Pike, Feb. 8. Boston, 1843. 8°. (B 1322) 

— The Word of God not bound; sermon, June 4. Ports- 

mouth, 1854. 8°. (B 1299) 
-^ Work of the ministry; sermon before the graduating 
class of the Meadville Theol. School, June 26. Bos- 
ton, 1850. 8°. (B 1574) 

— Numerous articles.] {In Christian exam, and in N. 

Amer. rev.) 
Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. -35sthetic papers. 
Boston, 1849. 8°. 

— De Gerando. (In N. Amer. rev., v. 92. 1861.) 

— First lessons in grammar on the plan of Pes- 

talozzi. Boston, 1830. 12°. 

— Instruction in history. (In Amer. Inst. Instr. Lect., 


— Key to history. Pt. 2 : Hebrews. Boston, 

1833. 12°. 

— Moral culture of infancy and kindergarten guide. 1863. 

See Mann, M. P. 

— Polish- American system of chronology from 

Bern's Franco - Polish method. Boston, 
1850. 12° a7id Blanks f°. 

— Record of conversations on the Gospels in Al- 

cott's school. Boston, 1836-37. 2 v. 12°. 

— Records of a school [taught by A. B. Alcott]. 

Boston, 1835. 12° 

— Same. 2d ed. Boston, N. Y., 1836. 12°. 

— Universal history ; arranged to illustrate Bern's 

'Charts of chronology'. N. Y., 1859. obi. 8° 
Peabody, Ephraim. Address at the centennial cele- 
bration, Wilton, N. H. Boston, 1839. 8°. 

— Another copy. (B 1697) 

— Christian days and thoughts. Bost., 1858. 8° 

— Discourse, death of S. S. Wilde. Boston, 1855. 8°. 

(B 1228) 

— Lessons on the Old Testament. Boston, 1852. 


— Life of S. Appleton. (In Hunt, F. Lives of Amer. 

merchants, v. 1. 1856.) 

— Pauperism in Boston; sermon. Mar. 18. Boston, 1849. 

8°. (B1464) 

— The seen and unseen. (In Boston book, 4th col. 


— Sermon before the Boston Fraternity of Churches, 

Apr. 2. Boston. 1846. 8°. (B 1646, 1649) 

— Sermon, death of F. T. Gray. Boston, 1855. 8°. (B 

1216, 1245) 

— Sennons, with a memoir [by S. A. Eliot]. Bos- 

ton, 1857. 12°. 

— Slavery in the U. 8., its evils, alleviations, and reme- 

dies. Boston, 1851. (B 1478, 1668) 

— ROBBINS, C. Character of P. Camb., 1857. 8°. (B 


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Peabody, Francis. Upham, C. W. Memoir of P. (In 

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Peabody, Francis H. See Peabody, Everett. 
Peabody, George. Address at the opening of the 

Eastern R. R. between Boston and Salem, Aug. 27. 

Salem, 1838. f°. (B 1815) 

— Letter and instrument of gift to the Society, by P. (In 

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— Letter, London, Nov. 13, 1854, in regard to D. E. 

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— Bourne, H. R. F. (/« At« London merchants. 1869.) 

— Proceedings at the reception in honor of P., 

Dan vers, Oct. 9, 1856 ; also, Historical sketch 
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— Stevens, H. Account of the proc. at the din- 

ner given by P. to the Americans connected 
with the Great Exhibition, Oct. 27. Lon- 
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— Funeral eulogy on. 1870. See Winthrop, R. C. (B 

Peabody, Joseph, and others. Memorial to Congress on 
the discontinuance of restrictions on commerce. 
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— Ward, G. A. Life of P. (In Hunt, F. Lives of 

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Peabody, Nathaniel. The art of preserving teeth. 2d ed. 
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— BiOG. notice of P. (In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. comm., 

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Peabody, Oliver. Essay to revive, etc., sermon, Hon. Ar- 
tillery Company, June 5. Boston, 1732. 8°. (B 327) 

— The foundations, etc., of a good and bad hope of sal- 

vation ; sermon, June 8. Boston, 1742. 8°. (B 44, 75, 




— That ministers are to separate men to the work of the 

ministry; sermoD. Boston, 1736. 8°. (B 1074) 

— MEMOiBofP. (/n New HiMnp. Hiat. See Col., v. 3. 

Peabody, Oliver Wm. Bourne, b. 1799, d. 1848. Life of 1. 
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— Life of J. Sullivan. {In v. 13. 1844.) 

— Poem, 200lh anniv. of the settlement of X. H. {In 

New Hamp. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 6. 1850.) 

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{In his Veil removed. 1843.) 

Peabody, Samuel, et al., libellanU. Report of a case de- 
cided in the district court of the U. S., [upon] prop- 
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Peabody, Stephen. Sermon, Concord, N. H., election, June. 
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Peabody, Wm. Boume Oliver, b. 1799, d. 1847. 
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1849. 18". 

— Discourse in memory of J. A. Emery. Camb., 1842, 8°. 

(B 1214) 

— Duties and dangers of those who are born free ; ser- 

mon, election, Jan. Boston, 1833. 8°. ^B 1069, 1695, 

— Come and see; duty of those who dislike and dread 

the sentiments of other Christians. Springfield, 
1833. 8°. (B 1299) 

— Life of A. Wilson. {In Sparks, J. Amer. biog., v. 2. 

18*4.) — Life of Cotton Mather. {In v. 6. 1836.) — 
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— Report on birds. See Maas. Commisnioners on the 

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Peabody Institute, Baltimore. See Baltimore. Peabody 
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Peabody Institute, So. Danvtrs, afterwards Pea- 
body. Catalogue of the library. Boston, 
1855. 8". 

Peabody Haseum of American Arcliaeol<^y and Ethnol- 
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Peace. Erasmus, D. The complaint of peace; 
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Extracts from the writings of E. on war. [1523.1 

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French. Extraiis des oeuvres d'E. sur la question de 

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— Callot, J. Les miseres et les malheurs de 

la guerre. Paris, 1633. 8°. 

— SociJiLS, F., d. 1604. Responsio ad J. Palaeolognm 

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— Fish, S. Humble address shewing a means to prevent 

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1809. 8". (B 608) 

— Duty of a Christian in a trying situation; letter to the 

author of 'The Mediator's kingdom'. N. Y., 1810. 
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— Bible, The, and the sword; or. The appointment of 

the general fast vindicated : address [on] the pro- 
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1812. 8". (B 915) 

— BOGUE, D. Extract from a discourse on universal 

peace. Oct. 1813. n.t.p. [1813.] 8". (B 1786) 

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i — Worcester, N. Solemn review of the custom of 
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i Same. Providence, 1818. 8". (B 1786) 

i Same. 11th Amer. ed. Boston, 1833. 8*. (B 1088, 

1165, 1768, 1786, 1843, 1888, 2016^ 

— Chasmng.W. Sermon on war before the Convention 

of Congregational ministers. Boston, 1816. 8". (B 
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Same. {In his Works, v. 3. 1847.) 

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— Ma8s. I'eace Soc. Circular. Camb., 1816. S". (B 
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— Tholghts on the advantages of those who hold the 
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— Whelplet, S. Letteis addr. to C. Strong; 
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Same. 2d ed. Phila., 1817. 8". 

— AVoRCESTER, N. The friend of peace. Camb., 
1816-24. 2 V. 8°. 

— Clarkson, T. Essay on the doctrines and practice of 
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French. La guerre en opposition avec la doctrine et 

I'exemple de Jesus-Christ. Loud., 1822. 8°. (B 542) 

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— Anderson, W. Answer to a letter to the King, by 
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— Dymond, J. Applicability of the pacific principles 
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Same. 1st Amer. from 2d London ed. Brooklyn. 

1832. 8"". (B 1049, 1786) 

— Examination of the principles considered to support 
the practice of war; by a lady. London. 1825. 8". 

— Ladd, W. Address at the 10th anniv. of the Mass. 
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— Thrusd, T. Letter to the editor of the Monthly mag. 
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Observations on the causes of war. Pt. 2. York. 

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— Welch, J. A. Address before the Windham County 
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— Blanchard, J. P. Address to the Mass. Peace Soc. 
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— Kellogg, E. B. War contrary to the Gospel ; sermon, 
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— Pacificus, pseiid. Appeal to Amer. Christians on 
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— Philanthropos, pseud. Illustration of the 
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— Henry, C. S. Discourse before tiie Hartford Co. 

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— HlCKOK, L. p. Address before the Conn. Peace Soc. 

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— Soc. FOR Prom, of Permanent and Univ. Peace. 

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— Upham, T. C. Manual of P. N. Y., 1836. 8» 
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— Philanthropus, psewd. Duty of females to promote 

the cause of peace. Boston, 1836. 8°. (B 1169) 
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— Hancock, T. Principles of peace exemplified. 

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— Channing, W. K. Lecture on war. Boston, 1839. 

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— Clarkson, T. The early Christians on war. Boston, 

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— American Peace Soc. Prize essays on a con- 

gress of nations. Boston, 1840. 8°. 

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— CouEs, 8.E. War and Christianity; address, Amer. 

Peace Soc. Boston, 1842. 8». (B 1184, 1734) 

— Jay, W. War and peace; evils of the first, and a 

plan fo.- preserving the last. N. Y., 1842. 12°. (C 183) 

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tion of prizes in Paris, on peace. London, 1842. 
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— Channing, W. Thoughts on peace and war; ad- 

dress before the Amur. Peace Soc. Boston, 1844. 8°. 
(B 1197, 1733) 

— Hall, K. B. Christians forbidden to fight; address 

before the K. I. Peace Soc, June 30. Prov., 1844. 
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— Sumner, C. The true grandeur of nations; oration, 

July 4. 2d ed. Boston, 1845. 8°. (B 1734) 

— Parker,T. a sermon of war. Boston, 1846. 8°. (B 


— Riddle, D.H. Means of peace; sermon, Pittsburgh, 

July 12. Pittsburgh, 1846. 8°. (B 1300) 

— Beckwith, G. C. Peace manual. Boston, 

1847. 18° 

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— riiiEND of peace ; by Philo Pacificus [N. 

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4 V. 8". 

— Same. Vol. 1. Boston, 1815. 8°. (B 1274) 

— Same. Camb., 1816-24. 2 v. 8°. 

— Herald of peace. Vol.3. London, 1821. 8°. 

— Satne. N.s., v. 1-4, 6-8. London, 1822-32. 

5 v. 8° 

— Same. N.s., v. 1. London, 1838-39. 8°. 
Peace, The Prince of. See Godoy, M. de, Principe de la Paz. 
Peace and harmony restored ; account of the 

agreement between burgher and antiburgher 
seceders and reformed Presbytery in N. 
America, 1782. Glasgow, 1783. 8°. 
Peace calumet. The. Vol. 1, 1831-34. N. Y„ 
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Note. New series of the Harbinger of peace. 

Peace campaigns of Ensign Faunce; by M. South. (/« 

Eraser's mag., v. 39-41. 1849-50.)' 
Peace Jubilee. See Boston. History (p. 343). 
Peace Society. See American Peace Society (p. 79). 
Peace Soc. of Windham Co. Institution, etc. Brooklyn, 

1827. 8°. (B 1093) 
Peace without dishonor, war without hope; [by J. Lowell]. 

Boston, 1807. 8°. (B 432, 532, 1879, 2019, 2520, 2525) 
Peacham, Edmond. Bacon, Sir ¥. Prosecution of 1'. 

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Peacham, Henry. Sights and exhibitions in Eng. (/n, Rye, 

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Peacock, Edward. English church furniture and 

decorations; list of goods destroyed, 1566. 

London, 1866. 8°. 

See also Catalogue of the dukes, etc. 
Peacock, Rev. George. Arithmetic. {In Smedley, 

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— Collection of examples of the applications of 

the differential and integral calculus. Camb ., 
[Eng.,1 1820. 8°. 

— Life of T. Young. London, 1855. 8°. 
Peacock, Robert Backhouse. On some leading charac- 
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Peacock, Thomas. Tutor's assistant modernised. 

London, 1813. 12". 
Peacock, Thomas B., M.D. Malformations of the 

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Peacock, Thomas Love. Headlong Hall and 
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— Melincourt ; or, Sir Oran Haut-ton. London, 

1856. 16". 

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a mythological ode. London, 1812. 4". 

Peak, ff^e. John. Sermon on sanctification. Newburyport, 
1808. 8°. (B 327) 

Peake, James. Rudiments of naval architecture. 
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Peake, John. Admonitory hints on the use of sea 
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Peake, Richard Brinsley. Blanche of Jersey ; a musical ro- 
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Peaks, passes, and glaciers. See Ball, J. 

Peale. See also Peel ; — Peele. 

Peale, Charles Wilson. Corn shelling machine. {In Phil. 
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— Disc, introd. to a course of lectures on the science of 

nature, etc.. Nov. 8. Phila., 1800. 8°. (B 418) 

— Epistle on the means of preserving health, <"<c. Phila., 

1803. 8°. (B 465) 

— Introduction to a course of lectures on natural history. 

Phila., 1800. 8°. (B 422) 
Peale, Rembrandt. Historical disquisition on the mammoth. 
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Pearce. See also Pearse ; — Peirce ; — Pierce. 
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saintship of Judas Iscariot. Hartford, 1828. 8°. (C 

Pearce, Dutee J. Speech on the resolution rel. to the col- 
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Pearce, James Alfred. Letters on the politics of the day. 

Wash., 1856. 8° (B 1508) 




— Speech on the coast survey of the U. S., Feb. 17. 2ded. 

Wash., 1849. 8». (B 1503) 

— and others. Report of the special committee of the 

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Pearce, Nathaniel. Life and adventures in Abys- 
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Pearce, Robert Rouiere. Memoirs and corresp. of 
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Pearce, Samuel. Fullek, A. Memoirs of P. ; 
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Same. [With funeral sermon by J. Ryland, 

and an oration at the grave by J. Brewer.] 
Boston, 1801. 12°. 

Pearce, Stewart. Annals of Luzerne Co. Phila., 
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Pearce, Rev. W. H. Happy transformation. N.Y., 
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Pearce, Wm. General view of the agricultore in Berkshire. 
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Pearce, Zachary, Bp. of Bangor, afterwards of Rochester. 
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— Reply to [Middleton's] Letter to [D.] Waterland. 

2d ed. London, 1732. 8°. (B 119) 
Contents. Pt. 1. The proofs of Jesus's resurrection, 
and [Woolston's] Objections to it answer'd. 2. Defence 
of the story of Jesus's driving the buyers and sellers out 
of the Temple, and suffering the devils to enter into the 
herd of swine. 3. Defence of the story of the barren 
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— Sermon before the Ho. of Lords, Jan. 30, 1748/9. Lon- 

don, 1749. 4°. (B 1465) 

— Sermon before the Soc. for the Prop, of the Gospel in 

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— Sermon, March 14, general fast, London, 1760. 4°. (B 

Sermon, Westminster, 200th year since their charter 
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— Sermon, yearly meeting of the charity schools, Apr. 17. 

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— MlDDLETON, C. Defence of the Letter to Waterland 

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Pearl of Geneva, and other tales ; tr. from the 

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Pearl of Orr's Island ; by H. B. Stowe. Boston, 

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Pearl of Savoy, The. (In Sargent, K. Mod. Btand. dr., 

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Pearls. Jeffries, D. Treatise on diamonds and 

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Pearsal, Oliver. Proceedings on trial. See Walker, T. 

Pearse. See also Pearce; — Peirce ; — Pierce. 
Pearse, Edward. Beam of divine glory ; added, 

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Pearse, Salem. Celestial diary, 1737, 40-49. London, 

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Pearson, — . Review of [his] sermon, Boston, Oct. 26, 1815. 

Charlestown, 1816. 8". (D 65) 
Pearson, C. Labour and appetite the bases of a self-sop- 
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{In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1858.) 
Pearson, Charles Buchanan. Hymns and hymn-writers. 

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Pearson, Charles Henry. Early and middle ages of 

England. London, 1861. 8°. 

— Historical maps of England during the first 13 

centuries; with essays. London, 1869. f°. 

— Some historical aspects of family life. {In Butler, J. 

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— Working of the Australian institutions. {In Essays 

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Pearson, Edward. Essay on the pre-existence of 
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— Sermon, before the Amer. Soc. for Educating Pious 

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— Sermon before the Mass. Soc. for Prom. Chr. Knowl., 

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— Sermon, Nov. 3, funeral of P. Phillips. Boston, 1812. 

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— Sermon, ordin. of E. Abbot, Greenland, Oct. 27. An- 

dover, 1813. 8». (B 277, 327, 1595) 

— Whitman, B. Answer to E. Pearson's 'Letter to the 

candid'. Boston, 1832. 8°. (E 277) 
Pearson, George. Catalogues of articles of food, 

seasonings, and drinks. London, 1821. 8°. 
Pearson, George F. Headlet, J. T. {In his Farragut. 

Pearson, Henry Bromflcld. Discourse, Harvard, annual 

fast, Apr. 16. Boston, 1848. 8°. (B 1260) 

— Discourse on the immortality of the soul. Harvard, 

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— Freedom vs. slavery ; letters to R. Choate on his letter 

to the Whig committee of Maine. Portland, 1856. 
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Pearson, Hugh. Memoirs of C. Buchanan, D. D. 
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— Memoirs of the life and correspondence of C. 

F. Swartz ; pref., a sketch of the hist, of 
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— Sermon at the festival of the Sons of the Clergy, May 

19. London. 1836. 4°. (B 1270) 
Pearson, J. T. Note on the eurinoryncbus griseus. (In 

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Pearson, John, Bp. Minor theological works, col- 
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apostolornm. — Annales Paulini. — Orationes septem in 
comitiis publicis Academise Cantabrigiensis habitae. 2. 
Condones ad clerum sex. — Three sermons preached oa 
several occasions. — Three tracts relating to the subjects 
of the Savoy conference. — Five prefaces to different 
theological works. — Dissertationes dusB de serie et 
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— Exposition of the creed. London, 1676. fl 

— Same. London, 1723. f°. 

— Same, abridged. By T. Bishop. London, 

1729. 8° 

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publick doctrine of the Church of Eng. ; reply to 
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Pearson, John, of Darby, Penn. Dimensions of American 

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Pearson, John, surgeon. On lues venerea. Lon- 
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— History of disease in the head of the tibia. — Use of 

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— Principles of surgery. London, 1808. 8°. 

— Same. Bost., 1832. 8°. (Lib. of 
Pearson, John, Esq. Review of Ld. Selkirk's objections to 

a reform in the representation of the people; in a 

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Pearson, Rev. John Norman. Life of C. Leighton. {In 

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Pearson, Joseph. Political dictionary. London, 1792. 8°. 

Pearson, Ora. Mortality in Kingston, 1725-1832. {In New 

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Pearson, Richard. On bilious fevers of 1797-99. 

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— Observ. on the epidemic catarrhal fever "or influenza. 

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— Thesaurus medicaminum. 4th ed. London, 

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Pease, John. Rifleman's hand-book. Boston, 

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Pease, John C. and Niles, J. M. Gazetteer of 

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Peaslee, Edmund Randolph. Case of amputation at the 

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— The moral character of the medical profession ; ad- 

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Peat. Andekson, J. Practical treatise on peat 
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Peau de chagrin, La ; par H. de Balzac. Paris, 
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Peck, Nathaniel, and Price, T. 8., delegates to British 
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Peck, Wm. Dandridge. Catalogue of American 
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— Letter of love to the young convinced. — The people's 
ancient and just liberties asserted, in the trial of W. 
Penn and W. M. Page. — The Christian Quaker and 
his divine testimony vindicated. — General rule of faith 
and practice. 2. Xo cross, no crown. — Treatise of 
oaths. 3. Case of liberty of conscience defended by 
the authority of reason, etc. — Season.ible caveat against 
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Letter to the Council and Senate of Erabden. — Wisdom 
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— Summons or call to Christendom. — Tender advice to 
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Travels in Holland and Germiiny. 4. Address to 
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Saul smitten to the ground ; narrative of the dying re- 
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England's great interest in the choice of a new Pari. — 
One project for the good of Eng. ; that is, our civil anion 
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of truth. — Athenians no noble Bereans. 5. Key, 
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progress of the Quakers. — Primitive Christianity re- 
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paper intitled 'Gospel truths'. — Advice of \V. Penn to 
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— Account of P.'s travels in Holland and Ger- 

many, 1677 ; with letters, etc. London, 
1694. 16°. 

— Answer to Col. R. Quarry's information ag.iinst the 

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— Brief account of the rise and progress of the 

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— Xo cross, no crown. 8th ed. Leeds, 1743, 

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— A persw.osive to moderation to Dissenting Christians. 

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— Preface. {In Fox, G. Journal. 1765.) 

— Rise and progress of the Quakers ; Sandy 

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— Bandy foundation shaken. {In Sparks, J. Col. of 

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condition of the Amer. Indians. Boston, 1829. 8* 
(B 978, 2005) 

Penn family. Webb, M. The Penns and Pen- 
ningtons of the 17th cent, in their domestic 
and religious life. London, 1867. 12°. 

Penn monthly magazine. Phila., 1870-78. 9 v. 81 

Penna, Juan Antonio de la. Relation of royal festivities 
and jucgo de cannas, at Madrid, to honour the es. 
pousall treaties of the Prince of Wales and the In- 
fanta Maria. {In Somers, J. Col. of tracts, v 2 

Fenna, Orazio della. N.ichricht vom Anfange in Tibet. 
{In Allgemeine Hist., v. 7. 1730.) 




Pennant, Thomas. British zoology. 4th ed. 

^ London, 1776-77. 4 v. 8° 

'Contents. Vol. 1. Quadrupeds. — Birds. 2. Water 
fowl. 3. Reptiles. — Fish. 4. Crustacea. — Mol- 
luBca. — Testacea. 

— Genera of birds. Edin., 1773. 8°. (B 738) 

— History of quadrupeds. 3d ed. London, 

1793. 2 V. 8°. 

— Journey from London to the Isle of Wight. 

London, 1801. 2 v. 4". 

— Literary life ; by himself. London, 1793. 4». 

— Outlines of the globe. London, 1798-1800. 

4 V. 4°. 
Contents. Vol. 1, 2. Hindostan. 3. India extra 
Oangem. — China. — Japan. 4. Malayan Isles. — 
New Holland. — Spicy Islands. 

— Some account of London. 3d ed. London, 

1793. 4°. 

— Tour in Wales, 1770. Lond., 1778-81. 2 v. 4°. 

— Tours in Scotland. (/« Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., 

V. 3. 1809.) 

— Jardine, 5trW. Memoir. (/?» Ai« Nat. lib., Ornlth., 

V. 2. 1833.) 
Pennington, George James. Epigramraata numismate 
annuo dignata, Cantab, n.p., 1817. 8°. (B 1236) 

— Senarii Graeci pramio Poreoniano dignati, Cantab. 

n.p., 1817. 8". (B 1236) 
Pennington, Isaac. Scott, J. {In his Treatise. 1824. 

Pennington, Rev, Montagu. Memoirs of Mrs. E. 

Carter. 3d ed. London, 1816. 2 v. 8°. 

— Account of the life of Miss C. Talbot. {In Talbot, C. 

Works. 1812.) 
Pennington, Lady S. Mother's advice to her 
daughters [with Mrs. Chapone's letters]. 
Boston, 1822. 12". 

— Same. {In Instructions for a young lady. 1773; — 

and in Ladies' pocket library. 1797.) 
Pennington, Wm. Opinion of P.; argument of Mr. Arm- 
strong and letter of Mr. Maxwell. Wash., [1838]. 
8°. (B1431) 
Pennington family. Webb, M. The Penns and 
Penningtons of the 17th century in their do- 
mestic and religious life. London, 1867. 12°. 

Pennsylvania. Colony and Province. 

— Assembly. Pennsylvania archives ; ed. by S. 

Hazard. Phila., 1852-56. 12 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Aug. 1664 - Sept. 1747. 2. May 
1748 - Sept. 1756. 3. Oct. 1756 - Nov. 1760. 4. July 
1760 - July 1776. 5. Aug. 1776 - Nov. 1777. 6. Nov. 
1777 - Oct. 7, 1778. 7. Oct. 8, 1778 - Nov. 2, 1779. 8.. 
Nov. 3, 1779 -Mar. 12, 1781. 9. Mar. 12, 1781 -Mar. 13, 
1783. 10. Mar. 13, 1783 - May 31, 1786. 11. June 8, 
1786 - Dec. 1, 1790. 12. Appendix : Dec. 2, 1790 - 
Jan. 10, 1791. — Appendix. 
Laws, Oct. 1700 -Oct. 1790. Phila., v. 1, 

1797. V. 2, 1793. 2 v. f» 

— Committee of Safety. Minutes, June 30, 1775 - Nov. 

12, 1776. {In Penn. Provincial Council. Minutes, 
V. 10. 1852.) — Nov. 13, 1776 - Mar. 17, 1777. {In 
V. 11. 1852.) 

— Provincial Committee, 1774. Resolves. {In Dickin- 

son, J. Essay. 1774. B 359, 377, C 157) 

— Provincial Council, afterwards Supreme Execu- 

tive Council. Minutes ; pub. by the State. 

Vol. 1, 2. Harrisburg, 1838. 2 v. 8°. 
Same. Vol. 1-3, Phila., 4-16, Harrisburg, 

1852-53. 16 v. 8°. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Mem. of the Amer. Phil. Soc. on 
printing the records, 1836/7. — Penn. Ho. of Repre- 
sentatives. Report of select committee. — Penn. Gen. 
Assembly. Act, Apr. 4, 1837, authorizing the printing 
of the Minutes. — Charter. — Documents. — Minutes, 
Mar. 10, 1683 - Nov. 27, 1700. 2. Dec. 18, 1700 - May 16, 
1717. 3. May 31, 1717 - Jan. 23, 1735/6. 4. Feb. 7, 
1735/6 - Oct. 15. 1745. 5. Dec. 17, 1745 - Mar. 30, 1754. 
6. Apr. 2, 1754 - Jan. 29, 1756. 7. Jan. 29, 1756 - 
Jan. 11, 1758. 8. Jan. 13, 1757 [1758] - Oct. 4, 1762. 
9. Oct. 15, 1762 - Oct. 17, 1771. 10. Oct. 18, 1771 - 
Sept. 27, 1775; with Minutes of the Council of Safety, 
June 30, 1775 - Nov. 12, 1776. 11. Proc. of Council of 
Safety, Nov. 13, 1776 - Mar. 17, 1777. — Minutes of the 

Supreme executive Council, Mar. 4, 1777 - May 20, 1779. 
12. May 21, 1779- July 12, 1781. 13. July 13, 1781 - 
Dec. 31, 1783. 14. Jan. 1, 1784 - Apr. 3, 1786. 16. 
July 4, 1786 - Feb. 6, 1789. 16. Feb. 7, 1789 - Dec. 23, 


- Conn. Commission to Treat with Penn. resp. the 

Boundaries. Report. Norwich, 1774. 4°. (B 652) 

- Smith, W. Examination of the Connecticut 

claim to lands in P. Phila., 1774. 8° 

- - Other copies. (B 366, 1701) 

- TBUMBtXL, B. Plea in vindication of the Conn, title 

to the contested lands lying west of N. York. New 
Haven, 1774. 8". (B 585) 


- Penn, W. Descr. of Pennsylvania, [1683]. (/ji his 

Sel. works, V. 4. 1782.) 

- HuTCHiNs, T. Topog. descr. of Va., Penn., rtc, 

[1764-75]. London, 1778. 8°. 

- - Another ropy. (B 343) 

- - Same. Boston, 1787. 8". (C 64) 

iSee also New Sweden. 


- Franklin, B. Proposals relating to the education of 

youth in Penn. Phila., 1749. 8°. (B 744) 


- DuPONCEAu, P. S. Disc, on the early history 

of P. Phila.. 1821. 8°. 

- - Other copies. (B 1583, 1828) 

- Tyson, J.R. The social and intellectual state of P. 

prior to 1743. Phila., 1843. 8°. (B 1188, 1611) 

- Gordon, T. E. History of P. from its dis- 

covery to 1776. Phila., 1829. 8°. 

- Hazard, S. Annals of P., 1609-82. Phila., 

1850. 8°. 

- Thomas, G. Account of the province, etc., 

of P., [1631-97]. London, 1698. 8°. 

- Same. London, 1698, N. Y., lithographed, 

1848. 8°. 

- RiiPP, I. D. Sketch of the early history of P., [1637- 

1710]. {In his Hist, of Lancaster Co., 1844.) 

- Procd, R. History of P., 1681-1742. Phila., 

1797-98. 2 V. 8". 

- Franklin, B. Hist, review of the constit. and 

government of P. London, 1759. 8°. 
See also New Sweden. 


- Smith, W. Brief state of the province of Penn.; let- 

ter from a gentleman to a friend in London. Lon- 
don, 1755. 8°. (B 742, 922, 995) 

Brief view of the conduct of Pa. for 1765, 

partic. the expedition under Braddock ; 2d 
letter to a friend in London. Lond., 1756. 8° 

- - Another copy. (B 742) 

- ANSwERto"Brief state of the province of P.' London, 

1755. 8°. (B 742, 922) 

- True and impartial state of the province of P. ; 

answer to 'Brief state' and 'Brief view'. 
Phila., 1759. 8°. 

- Dickinson, J. Speech in the Ho. of Assemb. of P., 

Miiy 24, on a petition praying for a change of gov- 
ernment. London, rei>i: 1764. 8°. (B 682) 
Same. {In Moore, F. Amer. eloquence, v. 1. 1864.) 

- Galloway, J. Speech in answer to J. Dickinson, 

May 24, on a petition for a royal, in liew of a pro- 
prietary government. Phila., 1764. 8°. (B 473)' 

colony and state. 

Description and History. 

- DupoNCEAu, P. S. Hist. disc, before the Soc. 

for the Commemoration of the Landing of 
Penn, Oct. Phila., 1832. 8". 

- Another copy. (B 1611) 

- Watson, J. F. Annals of Philadelphia and 

Pennsylvania, [1631-1842]. Phila., 1857. 
2 V. 8". 

PENN. (Descr. and Hist.) 


FENN. (Banks) 


Bakrer, J. W. History and antiquities of 

New England, Penn., e<c., [1631-1812]. 

Hartford. 1842. 8°. 
Day, S. Historical collections of P., [1680- 

1778]. PhUa., [1843]. 8°. 
Gratdox, a. Memoirs of a life chiefly passed 

in P., [1751-1801]. Harrisb., 18li. 12°. 
- Same. Ed. bv J. S. Littell. PhUa., 1846. 8". 

- Adjutant General. Annual report, 1862—65. 

Harrisburg, [1863]-66. 4 v. 8° 

- Auditor General. Commniiication, accompanied with 

a etatement of certain banks. Harriisburg, 1332. 8°. 

- - Report of the several railroad companies, Jan. 

16. Harrisburg, 1862. 8°. 

- - Report on the finances for 1826. Harrisburg, 1826. 8*. 


- - Reports of the banks and savings inst. for 

1862. Harrisburg, 1863. 8°. 

- Canal Commissioner*. Report rel. to the Penn. canals 

and railroad. Harrisburg, 1830. S". (B 1717) 

- - Reports, 1836, 38. Harrisburg, 1836-38. 

2v. 8". 

- Commisnoners to Revise the Penal Code. Report on 

punishments and prison discipline. 2d ed. Phila., 
18-28. 8". (B 12, 928, W 132) 

- CommiisionerH to Treat with the Indians. Treaty 

held with the Ohio Indians. Carlisle, Oct. 1753; re- 
port of R. Peters. I. Xorris, and B. Franklin. [1753.] r. (A 24) 

- Contention, 1790. Constitution. {In Penn. Conven- 

tion of 1838. Amendmente. 1838.) 

■ - Lezat, a. Qu'est-ce que la constitution de '93? con> 

stitution de Mass. [comp. avec celle de Peon.]. 
Paris, an III [1794]. o". (B 731) 

■ Contention, 1838. Amendments to the constitotion of 

Penn. proposed. Phila., 1838. 8'. (B 1497) 

• Contention on the Constitution of the U. S. 

Debates on the constitution proposed for 
the U. S. Vol, 1. PhQa., 1788. 8°. 

• Controllers of Public Schools. Ist annual report. 

Phila., 1819. 8*. (B 449, 1036) — 4th. 1822. {B1041) 
— oth, 6th. 18-23, 24. 2 v. (B 1036) — 7th. 1825. (B 
1041) — 8th. 18-26. (B 950, 1036; — 10th, 11th. 18-28, 
29. (B 950) — l-2th. 1S30. (B 1042) — 14th. 1832. 
(B 1049) 
Cowicil of Censors. Jotimal, Nov. 10, 1783 
[-Sept. 25, 1784]. Phila., 1783. f. 

• Eastern State Pefiitentiary. 1st, 2d annual reports. 

Phila., 1831. 8*. (B 1783) 
General Assembly. Act for establishing a 
Health office, Jan. 29. Phila, 1818. 8' (B 1560) 

■ - Act to incorporate the Ohio River Improvement Com- 

pany. Phila., 1855. 8". (B 1605) 

• - Addresses on the death of R. R. Reed in Sen. 

and Ho. of Reps, of Penn., Jan. 4. Harris- 
burg, 1865. 4°. 

• - Debates and proc. on the memorials praying a repeal 

of the law annulling the charter of theBank [of N. 
America]. Phila., 1786. 8'. (B 630, 640, 2512) 

■ - Laws enacted in the 2d sitting of the •2d Gen. Assem.. 

Lancaster, Feb. 18, 1778. n.p., [1778]. 8*. (W 58) 

• - Laws ; pub. by T. M. Thompson. Vol. 6, 7. 

Octoraro, 1804-06, 2 v, 8°, 

- Sayne'. Vol. 7 (repub.), 8. Phila., 1806-08. 

2 v. 8°. 

- Legislative documents, session 2d Jan, Har- 

risburg, 1855. 8°. 

■ - Titles of acts, session 1830, 31. Pennsylvania re- 

porter, extra, Apr. 5, 1831. n.t.p. [183-.] 8". (B1854) 

- Committee on Libels. [Report.] n.t.p. [1806.] 8*. 


• - Committee [on] the ifemorial of D. B. Conuningham. 

[Report.] n f.p. [18— .] S'. (B 661) 

• - Committee [on] the Petition of Inhabitants North 

and West of the Ohio, etc. [Report.] n.t.p. [18-?] 
8'. (B661) 

- Committee [on] the Petition of Inhabitants of Budta 

Co., etc. [Report] n.<.p. [180-?] 8». (B 661) 

- - Committee on the Employment of Corrupt Means 

by the Banks to Influence the Action of the 
Legislature. Report, n.t.p. [1842.] 8°. 

- - Committee on Ways and Means. [Report.] n.t.p. 

[1807.] 8r (B 661) 

- - Memorial. Dix, D. L. Memorial soliciting a state 

hospital for the insane. Harrisburg. 1845. 8*. (B 

- - Republicans. Address to the Democratic citizens on 

the presidential election. Phila., 1812. 8°. (B 986) 
See also Coixjsv (Archives); — Provincial 
CouncU (p. 2284). 

- Governor. Letter and documents from [T. Miffin] 

resp. the arrival In the ports of the U. 8. of French 
inhabiUnts of the West Indies. {In IT. S. Pre*. 
Message. 1798. 5th Cong. 2d sess. B 482) 
--Speech [of T. McKean]. n.t.p. [1808.] 8*. (B469) 

- - Brief history of the proposed impeachments of the 

Gov. of P. [T. M'Kean, with his] message of Jan. 
28. Lancaster, 1808. 8°. (B 407) 

- - Message [by J. A. Shuize]. Harrisburg, 18-26. 8*. 


- - Reports of the heads of departments to the 

Governor, 1847-54. Harrisburg, 1848-55. 
8 V. 8". 

Xote. For the year 1853 the title reads Execu- 
tive documents; reports, etc. 

■ House of Representatives. Debate on Holgate's reso- 

lutions rel. to the Bank of the U. S. n.p., [1811]. 8* 

• - Dissent of the minority of the House from the ad- 

dress to the President of the U. 8. n.p., 1798. 8*. 

- - Journal. Vol. 2. Harrisburg, 1852. 8". 

• - Committee of Ways and Means. Report rel. to the 

finances. Harrisburg, 1S3I. 8°. (B 1854) 

- - Committee on Roads and Inland Navigation. [Re- 

port.] n.t.p. [180-?] 8*. (B661) 

- - Committee on the Debtor's Apartment of the Arch 

St. Prison. Report, Mr. Gibbon chairman. Har- 
risburg, 1833. 8*'. (B 1546) 

• - Committee on the Governor's Message rel. to the 

Case of G. Olmstead. Report, np., f 178-1. 8* 
(B971) *- L J . 

• - Committee [on] the Suit of G. Olmstead and Others vs. 

E. Sarger-nt and E. Waters. Report, n.p., [18011. 
v. (B1437) 

■ - Select Committee rel. to the Soldier^s National Ceme- 

tery. Iteport, Mar. 31. Harrisburg, 1864. 8*. fB 

• - Same, revised. Harrisburg, 1865. 8°. 

Military Department. Annual report, 1864. 
Harrisburg, 1865. 8". 

• Reserve Corps. See History (p. 2286). 

• Secretary of State. Letter rel. to the late malignant 

fever. Phila., 1798. 8". (B1076) 

- 2d, 4th report on the geological exploratio n 
of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, 1838-40. 
2 T, 8». 

Senate. Select Committee [on] the Cause of an 
Armed Force being brought to the Capital, 
Report, June 1839, -with report of the mi- 
nority and the testimony. Harrisb., 1839. 8°, 

Siuperintendent of Schools. Common school 
laws, with decisions of the Superintendent, 
T. H. Burrowes. Harrisburg, 1862. 8°. 

-Penn. school architecture; [by] T. H, Bur- 
rowes. Harrisburg, 1855. 8°, 

Supreme Court. Report of the judges [on the Eng- 
lish statutes which are in force in P.]. Phila., 1808. 
8*. (B412) 

Supreme Executive Council. See Provincial Council 
(p. 2284). 


Aldex, T. Antiquities and cariosities of western 
Pennsylvania. {In Amer. Antiq. Soc Trans . 
V. 1. 1820.) 

Baird, 8. F. On the bone caves of Penn. {In Amer 
Assoc. Proc, V. 2. 1850.) 

See Auditor General; — Gen. Asemb., Com. on the 
Employment, etc.; — also Bank of Penn. (p. 199), 

PENN. (Boundary) 




■ Maryland. Governor. Message tranFinitfing 

reports of the commissioners and of Lt. Col. 
Graham [on] the intersection of the boun- 
dary lines of Md,, Penn., and Delaware. 
Wash., I80O. 8°. 
• Pennsylvania Land Co. Important statement rel. 
to the invalidity of tlie preteiitioiiB formerly made 
upon tlie Penn. lands by t)ie unincorporated com- 
piinies of Conn, claimants: [by Tench Coxe, Secre- 
tary], n.t.p. [1801.] 8°. (B585) 


- Historical account of the rise, progrepp, and present 

state of canal navigation in Penn. Phila., 1795. 8°. 
(B 651, W 58) 

See alHO Canal Commissioners (p. 2285) ; — In- 
ternal improvement. 


- Cbetecceuh, J. H. St. J. Vovage dans la 

haute P., [1785-96?]. Paris, 'iSOl. 3 v. 8». 

- Scott, J. Geographical account of P., 1800. 

Phila., 1806. 18", 

- Moore, S. S., and Jones, T. W. Traveller's 

directory from Philadelphia to N. York and 
"Washington. 2d ed. Phila., 1804. 8°. 

- Johnson, C, B., M.D. Letters from the British 

settlement in P., [1818]. Phila., 1819. 12° 

- ROBKRTS, S. W. On the topog. of P. and Ohio, etc., 

[1848]. {In Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 1. 1849.) 

- BowEN, E. Pictorial sketch-book of Penn. 

Phila., 1853. 8°. 
See also Alleghany City ; — Fairmount Park ; — 
New Jersey Central Railroad ; — Philadelphia ; — 
Pittsburgh ; — Susquehanna River. 


- Howell, R. Map. London, 1792. (E 68) 

- HtTCHiNS, T. New map of the western parts of Vir- 

ginia, Penn., ftc. London, 1778. (E 68) 

- Tourist's pocket map of P. Phila., S. A. 

Mitchell, 1831. 

- "Walling, H.F. Topographical map. N.Y., 


See alun Clinton Co. ; — Cumberland Co. ; -^ 
Luzerne Co. 


■ Plan for the est.iblishment of public schools and dif- 

fusion of knowledge in P. Phila., 1786. 8°. tC 49) 

- Wood, S. Account of the common schools in the 

states of Mass., N. Y., and Penn. (In Central Soc. 
of Educ, V. 3. 1839.) 

See also (p. 2285, 2d col.) Superintendent of 


- Phillips, H., Jr. Historical sketch of the 

paper money issued by P. Phila., 1862. 8°. 

- PuBLlus, pseud. Letter to the Legislature of P. on 

the atate debt. Phila., 1844. 8°. (B 1500) 


' Blake, "W. P. Occurrence of chromate of lead in P., 
and other mineralogical notices. (In Amer. Assoc. 
Proc, V. 6. 1852.) 

- Rogers, H. D. Geology of P. Phila., 1858, 

2 V. 4° and maps f. 

- Smith, J. L. Re-examination of minerals on Wheat- 

ley Mine, Penn. (/»i Amer. Assoc. Proc, v. 9. 

See also Bear Valley. 


- "Westcott, T. Names of persons "who took 

the oath of allegiance, 1777-89; with a his- 
tory of the test laws. Phila., 1865. 8". 

- Brackenridge, H. H. Incidents of the in- 

surrection in the western parts of P., 1794. 
Phila,, 1795, 8°. 

— COBBETT, W. Account of the insurrection in the 

western counties of P. in 1794. (In his Porcupine's 
Workp, V. 1. 1801.) 

— FiNDLEY, W. History of the insurrection in 

W. Penn., 1794. Phila., 1796. 8". 

— U. 8. Commission! rs to Confer with the Insurgents in 

the Western Counties of Ptnn. Report. Phila., 
1794. 8". (B 1000, W 59) 

— U. 8. 3d Cong. 2d sess. Proceeding of the executive 

of the U. 8. resp. the insurgents, 1794. Phila., 1795. 
8">. (W83) 

— Syphek, J. R. History of the Penn. Reserve 

Corps, [1861-64]. Lancaster, I860. 8°. 

See also Bank of Penn. ; — Berks Co. ; — Bethle- 
hem ; — Bucks County; — Canonsburg Academy; 
— Chambersburgh; — Chester County ; — Delaware 
Bay; — Delaware County; — Duquesne, Fort; — 
Erie Co.; — Franklin Co. ; — German Evang. Lutheran 
Church ; — Greensburgh ; — Guilford ; — Lancaster 
Co. ; — Lebanon Co. ; — Luzerne Co. ; — Montgomery 
Co. ; — New London; — Philadelphia; — Progressive 
Friends of Penn. ; — Snsquehanna ; — aUo Bright, 
Oen. M. ; — Penn, W. — Rush vs. Cobbett. 

Internal improvement. 

— DL'ANE, W. J. Letters to the people of P. resp. the 

internal improvement of tlie commonwealth by 
roads and canals. Phila., 1811. 8". (B 439, W 2) 

— Bbeck, 8. Sketch of the internal improvements made 

by P. Phila., 1818. 8". (B 466) 

— Cahey, M. Internal improvement [by Hamilton]. 

Phila., 1829. 8°. (B 1115, 1494) 

— - Brief view of the system of internal improvement of 

P. Phila.. 1831. 8". (B 1068) 
See also Canals. 


— Lavssat, a. Essay on equity in Penn. Phila., 

1826. 8°. 
Another copy. (B 551) 

— LowNES. C. Account of alteration and present state 

of tlie penal laws of P. Boston, 1799. 8°. (B 774) 

— Reflections upon the administration of justice in P. 

Phila., 1809. 8°. (B 412) 


— Observations upon the present government of P. 

Phila., 1777. 8°. (B629) 

— Pemberton, S.. and others. Address to the iithabi- 

tants of P., by freemen confined in Mason's lodge 
by a general warrant. London, reprinted 1777. 8°. 
(B 364, 390, 667) 

— Considerations upon the present test-law of Penn. 

Phila.. 1784. 8°. (B662) 

— Gallatin, A. Speech on the validity of the elections 

in the four western Cos. Phila., 1795. 8°. (B 774) 

— Experience the test of government, 18 escays, to aid 

the investigation of the constitution and laws of P. 
Phila., 1807. 8°. (B 443, 1750) 

— Philadelphia. Citizens Opposed to Lotteries. 

Report of a committee to investigate the evils of 
lotteries in Penn. Phila., 1831. 8°. (B 1722) 

— Penrose, C. B. Address and speeches of 

[others] on the insurrection, Harrisburg, Dec. 
1838. Harrisburg, 1838. 8°. 

— Philadelphia. Citizens. Committee of citizens; 

second appeal to the people of P. on an asylum for 
the insane poor. Phila., 1840. 8°. (B 1568) 

— Few plain facts. A, addressed to the people of P., by a 

citizen of Penn. 3d ed. Phila., 1844. 8°. (B 1500) 
See also Philadelphia ; — Pittsburgh. 


— Letters on the merits of the Penn. and N. Y. sys- 

tems. Boston, 1836. 8°. (B 1806) 

— Mease, J. Observations on the penitentiary system 

and penal code of Penn. Phila., 1828. 8°. (B 928) 

See Auditor General (p. 2285). 

Penn. vs. J. Smith. Report of the case for Pennsj-l- 
vania, cont. speeches of the Att. Gen., J. IngersoU, 
and W. Lewis, and the opinion of W. Tilghman. 
Phila., 1809. 8°. (B 412, W 12) 

Penn. Acad, of Fine Arts. Catalogue of the paintings, 
statues, prints, etc., exhibiting at the Acad. Phila., 
1818. 8'". (W 10) 



F£^N. »QUI££B 

— Ali^tos, W. Exhibition at the Penn. Acad, of Fine 

Art* of AlUtOD's picture, tU. Phila., 1816. 8». (B 

— GiLPis, H. D. Diaconrse, Nov. 29, 1826. Phila., 

18-27. Sr (B 1205) 
Pennsylvania Agricultural Society. Hints for 
American husbandmen. Phila., 1827. 8**. 

— Outlines of a plan for establishing a State Soc. of Ag- 

riculture in Penn. Phila, 1794. 8*. (B 423, 699) 

— Roberts, J. Address to the Society. Phila., 1823. 8*. 

Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society. Constitu- 
tion ; with the laws for the abolition of slavery. 
Phila., 1788. S*. (B 469, 1080) 

— Memorial for promoting the abolition of slavery, elc. 

{In Memorials to Cong, of U. S. by Societies for 
promotiiit; the abolition of slavery, etc. 1792. B 
764. 1473, C 72) 

— Present state of the free people of color of Phila. 

Phila., 1838. 8*. (B 1475) 

— Needles, E. Historical memoir of the Soc. 

Phila.. 1848. 8". 
Pennsylvania Augustine Edncation Society. Constitution. 

{/n Saunders, P. Addre(^s. 1818. B 565) 
Pennsylvania chronicle and universal advertiser, 

Jan. 30, 1769 - Jan. 22, 1770. Phila.. 1769- 

70. 4°. 

— GODDARD, W. The partnership; or. Hist, of the rise 

of the 'Penn. chronicle'. Phila., 1770. 8*. (B 618) 
Pennsylvania Colonization Society. Gurlet, R. R. Ad- 
dress, Nov. 11. Phila.,, 1839. 8». (B 1484) 
Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives. Address. 

Phila., 1814. S'. (B 454, 967) 
Pennsylvania Historical Society. Memoirs. Vol. 
1, pt. 2. n.p., [1826]. 8". 

— Same. Phila., 1826-76. 12 v. 8". 

Content*. Vol. 1. Constitution. — Officers. — Mem- 
bers. — Circular. — Rawle, W. Inaug. disc., Nov. 5. 
18-:S. — Vaux. R. Locality of the treaty between Penn 
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Perkins, Erasmus. Hints re), to the texture of mind and 

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Perkins, Frederic Beecher. C. Dickens ; a sketch 

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— Christian civilization; address before the Athenian 

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— Discourse before the Ohio Historical Society. (In 

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— Di.scourse, Cincinnati, Oct. 8. Cincin., 1848. 8°. (B 


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the Phi Delta Sigma Soc. of Cincinnati Col. Cincin., 

1840. 8°. (B 1580) 
Perkins, John, d. 1544. Treatise of the laws of 

England rel. to conveyancing. 15th ed. 

Dublin, 1772. 12". 
Perkins, Dr. John. Xature and cause of the tails of comets 

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Perkins, Joseph. Oration upon genius, July 19. Boston, 

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Perkins, Justin, Residence of eight years in Per- 
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— Journal of a lour from Oroomiah to Mosul through 

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— Discourse, ordination of C. Chapin, April 30. Hart- 

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Perkins, Stephen George. Higgijj.sox, T. "W. (In his 

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Perkins, Stephen H. .\buse of representative government. 

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— Cart, T. G. Memoir of P., with extracts from 

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ContenU. Vol. 1. The foundation of Christian reli- 
gion, in sixe principles. — A golden chaine; or. The 
de-scription of theologie. — Exposition of the symbole 
or creede of the apostles. — Exposition of the Lord's 
praier. — Treatise tending unto a declaration whether 
a man may be in the estate of damnation, or, in the 
estate of grace. — Case of conscience. — Direction for 
the gDveriiement of the tongue according to God's word. 
— Two treatises : Nature and practice of repentance ; — 
Of the combat of the flesh and spirit. — 'I'reatise how 
to live well in all estates and times, specially when helpes 
and comforts faile. — Treatise of dying well. — Discourse 
of conscience. — A reformed Catholike : or. Declaration 
shewing how neare we may come to the present Church 

of Rome in sandrie points of religion, and wherein we 
must for ever depart from them. — Declaration of the 
true manner of knowing Christ crucified — Graine of 
musterd-seede. — True g ilne more in worth then all the 
goods of the world. — Warning agiinst the idolatrie of 
the last times. — Treatise of God's free grace atid man's 
free-will. — Treatise of the vocations or callings of men, 
with the sorts and kinds of them, and the right use 
thereof. 2. Contents of the three bookes of cases of 
conscience. — Exposition of ch. i.-v. of the Epistle to the 
GaL-itians; with the continuation of the commentary 
upon ch. vi. — Treatise of the manner and order of 
predestination, and of the largenessc of God's grace. — 
Treatise cone, the only true manner and method of 
preaching. 3. Exposition of Christ's sermon in the 
Mount. — Commentarie upon ch. ii. to the Hebrewes, 
cont. the cloud of faithfull witnesses. — Exposition of 
ch. i.-iii. of the Revelation of S. .John. — Cjmbate be- 
tween Christ and the Devill ; conunentarie upon Christ's 
temptations. — Exhortation to repentance, grounded 
upon Zeph. ii. 1, 2. — The calling of the ministerie; 
declaring their duties and dignities, in two treatises ; the 
first grounded on Job xxxiii. 23, 24 ; the second, on Isa. 
vi. 5-8. — A fruitful dialogue cone, the ende of the 
world, between a Christian and a worldling. — Exposi- 
tion of Jude. — Discourse of the damned art of witch- 
craft, grounded on Exod. xxii. 18. — Resolution to the 
countreiman, proclaiming it utterly unlawfull to buy or 
use our yearely progaoslications. — Short survey of the 
right manner of erecting and ordering of a family, 
according to the Scriptures. 

— Whole treatise of cases of conscience ; ed. by 

T. Pickering. London, 1642. 4°. 

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Perkins family, of Ipsicich. Perki.ns, G. A. (In Essex 

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Perkins Institution and Ma^ssachasetts Aaylom 

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— 8th annual report. Boston, 1840. 8°. (B 1819) — 9th 

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Perley, Ira. Eulogy on the late D. Webster, Dec. 22. Con- 
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Perley, Jeremiah. Anniversary oration before the federal 

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— Debates, resolutions, «<c. .<?«« Maine. Cbnten. Cp. 1840). 

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Perley, M. H. Handbook for emigrants to New 
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Permanls, Land of the. See Cochin. 
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Perring, J. S. The pvramids of Gizch. from actual 
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Perro del hortelano. El; per F. L. de Vega Carpio. (In 
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Perrot, Henry. Epigrams, (/n Campbell, T. Brit, poets, 
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Perrot, Nicolas. Memoires sur les moeurs, etc., des 
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Perry, Arthur Latham. Elements of political econ- 
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Perry, Benjamin F. Address before the 8. Carolina Insti- 
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Perry, John, Joan, and Richard. Case of the Perrys, ex- 

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Perry, Matthew Calbraith. Narrative of the ex- 
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