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Through the munificent liberality of the Hon. Rodney Wallace, one of Fitchburg's most promi- 
nent and highly esteemed citizens, the Public Library was enabled, soon after the first of July, 
1885, to move into its present elegant and commodious quarters, the Wallace Library and Art 
Building. It was thought by the trustees that no more favorable time would ever occur in Its 
history for a complete reorganization of the library and the preparation of a new catalogue. They 
have therefore undertaken the present work, which has involved the classification of each volume 
in the library and the assignment of a new place for it upon the shelves, the preparation and 
arrangement of a card catalogue, which will form the basis for all future printed catalogues, and 
the preparation and printing of this volume. 

The library now contains about 16,540 volumes, which, as w^ill be seen from the Subject 
Catalogue, have been di\ided into nine principal classes or subject libraries, with an additional 
one for works of a general character, and which have been distributed as follows: General Works 
954, Philosophy 285, Religion 682, Sociology 1,521, Philology 81, Natural Science 735, Useful Arts 1,066, 
Fine Arts 366, Literature 6,227 (including American Fiction 1,801 and English Fiction 2,072), History 
4,568, subdivided into Geography and Travels 1,406, Biography 1,904, and History, ancient and modern, 
1,258. Of the entire number about 1,450 volumes are duplicates, which have been classified and cata- 
logued and placed upon the shelves ready for distribution whenever there may be a demand for them. 

This catalogue is divided into three parts : the Author and Title Catalogue, the Subject Catalogue, 
and the Subject Index. The Author and Title Catalogue is alphabetically arranged and contains 
author, editor, translator, and title entries, and the necessary references to make them Intelligi- 
ble. Special care has been taken to give full names whenever possible. Initials have been ex- 
panded into the full name, the writers of anonymous works found whenever it was possible, and 
the entry made under the real name of the author when a pseudonym has been employed. In 
the latter case references have been made from the pseudonym to the real name. The prefix "Mrs." 
has not been employed if possible to ascertain the maiden name of the writer, which is uniformly 
enclosed in a parenthesis. English compound names are entered under the last half, foreign writ- 
ers under the first half, with a reference in each case from the part not chosen. English and 
French surnames beginning with a prefix, except the French "de" and"d'", have been entered 
under the prefix; in other languages under the word following. Noblemen are entered under their 
titles unless the family name is decidedly better known. The title list includes the titles of all 
anonymous works, striking titles, and .works of fiction, which are entered under the first word of 
the title not an article. 

The Subject Catalogue is divided into classes, divisions, and sections, and wherever use- 
ful into sub-sections, whi(;h are all arranged in their natural, numerical order. By referring to the 
Synopsis of the Classification, the Subject Index, and the Note preceding them, its arrangement will 
be fully explained. Subject references and analytioals have been freely used with a view 
of increasing the general usefulness of the library. Patrons of the library are earnestly requested 



to call the attention of the librarian to any new subject references which, in their judgment, will 
still further increase the value of the catalogue. 

The whole work substantially forms a classified dictionary ^catalogue alphabetically ar. 
ranged, the Author and Title Catalogue answering all questions as to authors, editors, trans- 
lators, compilers, pseudonyms, titles, etc., and the Subject Catalogue, through its Index, showing 
what the library contains upon any given subject. But it possesses this obvious advantage over 
the usual form of the dictionary catalogue, that kindred subjects are grouped together instead of 
being scattered throughout the work as they occur in the natural order of the alphabet. 

The card catalogue is without doubt the ideal one. Its prominent advantage lies in the 
fact that it is the only one that is fully abreast of the growth of the library. The card catalogue 
of this library is divided into three parts: the Subject, which is now a duplicate of the printed 
one; the Author, as yet incomplete; and the Title Catalogue, which contains all the titles printed 
in the Author and Title Catalogue. If properly kept up it will always disclose the entire resources 
of the library, in its various departments, and is always ready to be printed from, either in whole 
or in part, as its nature readily admits of its being changed into any desired form. As the class 
and book numbers are based upon qualities inherent in the books themselves, that is to say upon 
their subject and author or title, the permanent character of the work can readily be perceived. 

The abbreviations of proper names, sizes of books, and dates, are those recommended by 
the American Library Association and are fully explained in the appended list. It would be pre- 
sumptuous to suppose that this volume contains no errors. The nature of the work is such that 
even with the greatest care many errors will creep in. If any such are discovered, the indul- 
gence of the reader is requested and he is asked to remember that it is much easier to criticise 
than to produce a perfect work. 

The compiler desires to express his grateful acknowledgment for the faithful and efficient 
services of all who have rendered any assistance during the progress of the work, as well a6 for 
the valuable aid that has been received from the catalogues of other libraries and other biblio- 
graphical works which have been freely consulted in the preparation of this volume. 

o. w. c. 
Fitchburg, Mass., October 20, 1886. 






Abticlb 1. The officers of the board of trustees shall consist of a chairman, secretary, treas- 
urer, and four standing committees, viz: A committee of five members, to be styled the standing 
committee on books; a committee of four members, to be styled tlie standing committee on library; 
a committee of three members, to be styled the art committee; and a committee of three mem- 
bers as a financial committee; all of whom are to be chosen by ballot at the first meeting of the 
board, or at any sxibsequent meeting if h choice is not then made. 

Art. 2. The duties of chairman and secretary shall be those usually appertaining to such 
offices; and in the absence of either of them, a substitute may be chosen tempovarily. 

Art. 3. The treasurer shall hold all funds in the possession of the trustees, and shall pay 
bills only upon order of the whole board or of its standing committee on finance. 

Art. 4. The committee on books shall make all selections and purchases of books and pe- 

Art. 5. The committee on the library shall have charge and direction of the rooms, furni- 
ture and fixtures, provide for the lighting and heating, attend to the binding of books and their 
preparation for use, provide all necessary books and blanks for the use of the librarian, and have 
the general superintendence of the library. 

Art. 6. The art committee shall have charge of the hanging of pictures and the final dis- 
position in the art gallery or other rooms of the library building of all works of art purchased 
from library funds or which may be accepted by the trustees. The committee shall have the cus- 
tody of any work of art, which may be offered as a gift to the gallery, until accepted by the trus- 
ieea and may report upon the expediency of accepting any such gift when called upon by the 
board of trustees so to do. 

Art. 7. It shall be the duty of the finance committee to examine all bills against the li- 
brary, and approve the same, and make report to the board at each monthly meeting; to make 



an estimate— on or before the regular monthly meeting in February of each year— of the amount 
of money required to supply the needs of the library for the current year, and report the same 
to the board at said meeting; to employ such means as they may deem best to obtain donations 
in money, books, or works of art for the increase of the library and art gallery; all money thus 
secured shall be passed over to the treasurer, to be appropriated at the ordej of the board, but 
no book, pamphlet, work of art, or other article presented to the library shall be placed in the 
room permanently until it shall have been accepted by the board of trustees. 

Abt. 8. The standing committees shall conform to all directions of the board, and shall not 
order any outlay exceeding five dollars without such directions, and may draw on the treasurer 
for the amount of all bills thus contracted by them. 

Art. 9. Regular meetings shall be held on the second Monday of each month. 

Art. 10. Special meetings shall be held upon the call of the chairman or of the secretary 
or at the written request of any two trustees, and the secretary shall notify each member of all 
special meetings. 

Art. 11. A record shall be kept of all donations, and mention made of them in the "An- 
nual Repoi*t to the City.'' 

Art. 12. A librarian and one or more assistant librarians shall be appointed, who shall hold 
their offices during the pleasure of the trustees, and shall receive such compensation as the board 

may allow, payable monthly. 


Art. 13. Any of the foregoing articles, or any of the library regulations, may be amended 
at any meeting if a majority of the trustees present vote in favor of such amendment, provided 
notice of such proposed amendment has been given at a previous meeting, and also recited in the 
call for the meeting at which action upon the same is taken. 

Art. 14. A majority of the board shall be a quorum. 


Section 1. The library shall be open for the delivery of books every day from 9 a. m. to 
9 p. M., except on Sundays and legal holidays, and the reading room shall be open during the 
same hours. The reading room shall also be open on Sundays from 2 o'clock to 6 o'clock p. m. 

Sec. 2. Books may be taken from the library by all permanently resident adults. A de- 
livery upon the order of such resident shall be considered as a delivery in person. All persons 
between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one, and all temporarily resident, adults, may be allowed 
all the rights of permanently resident adults as takers of books by filing with the librarian a bond, 
signed by some responsible, permanently resident adult, by which the signer shall become, to the 
same extent, responsible for such person as he would for himself. A deposit to the full value 
of the volume called for, or of the set to which it belongs, may take the place of such bond. 

Sbc. 3. All persons shall, before receiving books from the library, enter into an obligation 
in writing, or furnish one from another party, as provided in section second, that they will observe 



all the rules and regulations instituted for the government and safety of the library, which ob- 
ligation shall recognize a pecuniary liability on the part of such person to the city of Fitchburg 
for all fines, forfeitures, loss or damage. 

Sec. 4. No person shall be allowed to take a book from the library who appears by the rec- 
ords to be accountable for a book taken, or for a fine or forfeiture imposed. 

Sbc. 5. Persons entitled to take books from the library may receive from the librarian a 
printed card, having upon it the name of the applicant. The only mode of obtaining a book will 
be by the presentation of this card, with slip, upon which has been written the number or num- 
bers of the books wanted, in the order of their preference, and ^he first book indicated which at 
that time is in the library will be delivered. Such card, presented by any other person, shall be 
considered an order from the person to whom it belongs. 

Sbc. 6. But one volume can be taken at a time, and can be used only in the family of the 
taker; any book taken may be retained two weeks, unless a shorter time is indicated on the cover, 
except as hereinafter stated. 

Sec. 7. For teachers in public schools teachers' cards shall be issued on which three books 
at a time may be taken. Pupils' cards shall be issued, one for each teacher, on which six books 
at a time may be taken. These books shall be upon subjects connected with the studies of the 
school. Teachers shall be responsible for all books so taken, and shall return any such book im- 
mediately upon the written notification of the librarian that the book is desired by another per- 

Sec. 8. No person shall renew a book more than once, until it shall have been returned to 
the library, and have remained there at least one full library day, and then the book shall be 
delivered to the first person who may afterwards apply for the same; applicants shall be served 
in the order of their applications, and no book shall be reserved or promised by the librarian in 
any case whatever. 

Sec. 9. Books will not be acknowledged as returned unless delivered to the librarian. 

Sec. 10. The trustees may order any rare or valuable book to be retained in the rooms, and 
may shorten the time during which any book may be kept out. 

Sec. 11. Magazines within three months of the date of publication shall be kept but one 
week and shall not be renewed. 

Sec. 12. The fine for retaining books beyond the period allowed shall be two cents per day 
for each volume, and for books damaged or lost the actual loss sustained shall be paid. 

Sec. 13. It shall be the duty of the librarian to send by a messenger for all books held 
double the time prescribed, for which service 26 cents will be charged; and any book not returned 
within one week after a demand for it has been made by the librarian, shall be regarded as lost. 
If any book be lost, the person for whose use it was taken out shall replace the same or pay 
such sum as the committee on library shall determine; if the book lost be one of a set, the per- 
son losing the same shall, if the committee so determine, pay the price of the full set and take 
the remaining volumes. 




Sec. 14. All persons visiting the library and reading room will be required to demean them- 
selves quietly and to avoid all unnecessary conversation in the rooms. Any person abusing the 
privileges of the rooms by improper or offensive conduct will be denied admission to the same. 

Sec. 15. Books of reference and those deemed by the committee on the library to be books 
unsuitable for general circulation, shall not be loaned except by an order signed by at least two 
of said committee. 

Sbc. 16. Blank forms for orders, etc., will be furnished free on application to the librarian. 

Sec. 17. All books must be returned to the library on or before the first Tuesday in July, 
under penalty of a fine of 50 cents. The library will be closed after this date sufficiently long 
for the purpose of an annual examination. 



In this catalogne the class number is always followed by a book number which consists 
of an initial letter, either that of the author, the first word of the title, the name of the subject 
of an individual biography, or an X whenever a book is anonymous. This initial with the num- 
ber following it, if any, is called the book number and forms no part of the class number which 
in this work is always separated from it by a space. In writing these numbers upon the call 
slip, care should always be taken to "write the class number or number before the space, in 
the class column, and the book number or number after the space, in the number column. 
If the work contains more than one volume the number of the one desired should be written in 
the volume column. The letter R (Reference) preceding the class number indicates that the book 
cannot be taken from the library, and the letter J (Juvenile) before the book number that it will 
prove of interest to young relulers. 

All the ^works of any author that ace in the library may be found under the surname 
of the author in the Author and Title Cataloipie. These entries contain the fullest informa- 
tion about the books of each author to be found in the catalogue, contents being added whenever 
desirable, ami are arranged in the following order: complete works, single works, translations, 
works edited, compiled, etc., and the biography of the author. The first word of all biographical 
entries is uniformly printed in small capitals. The class number may be used as an index to the 
subject catalogue as it indicates where other works of a similar character can be found. 

The title of any Mrork may also be found in the Author and Title Catalogue. Only 
titles of anonymous works, of fiction, and striking titles are there printed and always begin with 
the first word of the title not an article. Titles Mrhich in themselves suggest the subject of 
the book have been omitted as they will be more naturally looked for in the subject catalogue. 

Works of collective biography may be found under the author entry and works of in- 
dividual biography under the name of the person who is the subject of the biography, or under 
the author entry in the Author and Title Catalogue. 

If one wishes to find a specific book he should not go to the Subject Catalogue as it can 
be more quickly found in the Author and Title Catalogue. 

Books treating upon any particular subject will be found by consulting the appropriate 
heading in the Subject Index which refers to the number in the Subject Catalogue under which 
are arranged all the works that the library contains upon that specific subject. Care should be 
taken in looking for any subject to refer from sub-divisions back to the more general divisions; 
from sub-sections to sections, from sections to divisions, and from divisions to classes. If, for ex- 
ample, one is searching for works upon the Locomotive Engine, 621.13, he should also look under 
621.1, Steam Engineering,— 621, Mechanical Engineering,— and 620, Engineering in General. If unable 
to find what is desired under these heads, works on the Useful Arts in General, 60(^-609, may prove 
serviceable. If these fail, resort should then be had to works of a general character, Cyclopsedias 
and Magazine Literature which often contain very exhaustive treatises upon specific subjects. The 
latter is now made very available by Poole's Index and the Cooperative Index of Periodicals pub- 
lished quarterly. If a thorough seaoih fails to bring the desired subject to light the librarian 
should be consulted. 





A: Augustus. 



Ja. January. 

Jl. July. 

B : Benjamin. 



F. February. 

Ag. August. 

G : Charles. 



Mr. March. 

S. September. 

D: David. 



Ap. April. 

0. October. 

E : Edward. 



My. May. 

N. November. 

F: Frederick. 



Je. June. 

D. December. 

G : George. 



H : Henry. 



I : Isaac. 





J: John. 





L. London. 

K : Karl. 





Lpz. Leipzig. 

Lt : Lewis. 





N. Y. New York. 

M : Mark. 





Ox. Oxford. 

N: Nicholas. 





Ph. or Phil. Philadelphia. 

O: Otto. 





San. Fran. San Francisco. 

P: Peter. 





St. L. St. Louis. 

B: Richard. 





Wash. Washington. 

S: Samuel. 




T: Thomas. 



U: Ulrich. 




V: Victor. 





W: WilUam. 




A. D. 

year of our '. 





1. adjutant-general. 




America, American . 




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to 15 centimeters, nearly 
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biography, biographical. 

D. (12°) up 

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F. (Folio) up 

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to 40 

centimeters, nearly 

16 in. 






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centimeters, nearly 

20 in. 

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compiler, compiiea. 

Whenever the 


is less 

1 than three-fifths of 

D. C. 

District of Columbia. 

the height, nar. is 


D. D. 

doctor of divinity. 

Whenever the width i 

is more 

than three-fourths of 



the height, sq. is prefixed 




Whenever the width is more than the height, ob. 

D. T. 

Dakota territory. 

is prefixed. 


edited, editor, edition. 

The characters 

indicate the actual size 

of the 


England, English. 

hooks and are never used for the fold. 








New Jersey. 


France, French. 

N. M. 

New Mexico. 




Nova Scotia. 



N. Y. 

New York. 


German, Germany. 







Gt. Br. 

Great Britain. 


page, pages. 


history, historical. 









* pseud. 


Ind. Ter. 

Indian territory. 




introduction, introductory. 










Rhode Island. 



S. Amer. 

South America. 



S. C. 

South Carolina. 









M. D. 

doctor of medicine. 


translated, translator. 



U. S. 

United States. 



U. T. 

Utah territory. 




volume, volum<«4. 




Virginia. • 




Vermont. • 











W. Va. 

West Virginia. 




to and including, or continued. 

ins. mss. 

manuscript, manuscripts. 


include maiden name of married 

N. Araer. 

North America. 


N. C. 

North Carolina. 


include word or words supplied. 





after a word or figure, probably, or 

N. H. 

New Hampshire* 




A. lu O. E., pseud. See Tucker, C. M. 

AH**y Major, pseud. See Coles, C : Barw»ll. 

A B C of Gothic architecture. Parker, J: H: 
2ed. T. 1882. 723 P 

Abandoned. {See Verne, Jules. MyHt^rious 
island. D. n.d. p. 229-445.) 4 V18 

Abb^ Constantine. Hal^vy, Ludovic. D. 1882. 

4 H 

Abbeokuta; or, Sunrise within the tropics. 
Tucker, C. M. S. 1859. 916.6 Tl 

Abbot, Ezra. Literature of the doctrine of a 
future life. (See Alger, W: R. Critical his- 
tory of the doctrine of a future life. O. 1864. 
p. 677-913.) 237 A 

Abbot: sequel to the Monastery. Scott, Sir Wal- 
ter, hart. 2t. in 1. O. 1862. 2 S6 

— Same. 2v. 8. 1879. 2 87 
Abbott, B: Vanghan. Travelling law-school and 

famous trials : first lessons in government and 
law. (Business boys' lib. 2.) D. B. 1884. 

340 A 

Abbott, C : See Colchester, C : Abbott, lord. 

Abbott, C : C. Naturalist's rambles al)out home. 
D. N. Y. 1884. 590.4 A 

— Primitive industry ; or, Illustrations of the 

handiwork, in stone, bone, and clay, of the 
native races of the Northern Atlantic seaboard 
of America. O. Salem, 1881. 571 A 

Abbott, E: Long Look house. (Long Look 
books, V. 1.) D. B. 1877. 1 JA 

— Out doors at Long Look. (Long Look books, 

V. 2.) D. B. 1878. 1 JAl 

— Paragraph history of the American revolution. 

T. B. 1876. 973.3 A 

— Paragraph history of the U. 8., chronologically 

arranged. 8. B. 1875. 973 Al 

— Trip eastward. (Long Look books, v. 3.) D. 

B. 1880. 917.1 A 

Abbott, Edwin. Flatland: a romance of many 
dimensions, anon. 8. B. 1885. 827 A 

Abbott, Eklwin X. Philochristus : memoirs of a 
disciple of the Lord. D. B. 1878. 232 A 

Abbott, Francis E., joint author. See McQuald, 
B. J, 

Abbott, Jacob. Agnes. (Franconia stories, v. 10.) 

8. N.Y. 1853. 

1 JA2 

— American history. 








y. 1. Aboiiginal America. 
9. DlRcovery of America. 

3. Southern colonien. 

4. Northern colonieR. 

5. Wan of the colonies. 

— August and Elvie. (August stories, v. 1.) D. 

N.Y. n.d. 1 JA8 

— Beechnut. (Franconia stories, v. 5.) 8. N.Y. 

1850. 1 JA4 

— Caleb in the country, a/io/i. (Jonas series, 

V. 3.) D. N.Y. 1839. 1 JA5 

— Caleb in town. anon. (Jonas series, v. 2.) D. 

N.Y. 1839. 1 JAe 

— Caroline. (Franconia stories, v. 9.) 8. N.Y. 

1853. 1 JA7 

— Cousin Lucy among the mountains. (Lucy 

series, v. 1.) D. N.Y. n.d. 1 JA8 

— Cousin Lucy at play. anon. (Lucy series, v. 6.) 

D. N.Y. n.d. 1 JA9 

— Cousin Lucy at study, anon. (Lucy series, 

v. 4.) D. N.Y. n.d. 1 JAIO 

— Cousin Lucy on the sea-shore. 

series, v. 3.) D. N.Y. n.d. 

— Cousin Lucy's conversations. 

series^ v. 2.) D. N.Y. n.d. 

— Ellen Linn. 






(Franconia stories, v. 7.) 8. N.Y. 

1 JA13 



— Excursion to the Orkney islands. (Florence 
stories, v. 3.) 8. N.Y. 1861. 1 JA14 




Abbott, Jacob — continued. 

— Florence and John. (Florence HtorieH, v. 1.) 

8. N.Y. imi. 1 JA15 

— FoTve. (Science for the young, v. 4.) I). N.Y. 

187:). 531 J A 

— Gentle measures in the management and train- 

ing of the young. D. N.Y-. 1872. 371.5 A 

— Granville valley. (August stories, v. 4.) I>. 

N.Y. 1872. 1 JAie 

— Grimkie. (Florence stories, v. 2.) S. N.Y. 

18<i0. 1 JA17 

— Handle. (Rainl>ow and Lucky stories, v. 1.) S. 

N.Y. 18<iO. 1 JA18 

— Harper's story lK>oks. 12 v. S. N.Y. 1854-57. 

1 JA19 


VI. Bninn. Wlllh> and the mortgniK'. Tlie Mtralt gate. 

2. T\w little Louvre. Prank. Knmn. 

3. Vinnnla. Timlmo nnil.loUlia. Tinilxx) and Fanny. 

4. The llar'ter efltabllRhuient. Franklin, the apiirentlce 
bov. The Htndln. 

5. The Ht^iry of ancient history. Tlie Rt«ry of KngllHh 
hintory, to 1775. The >*tor>' of .Vnierlenn hiHtory, to 178H. 

6. Ilohn Trne. Klfred. The iniiMenm. 

7. The engineer. RainbleB among the .ill*. The three 
gold didlan*. 

8. The <}ibr« liar gallery. The aleove. DialogueK. 

9. The great elm. .\unt .Margaret. Vernon. 

10. Curl and J(M'ko. Laiwtone. Orkney. 

11. .Indge.InKtin. Minigo. JaMiier. 

12. Congo. Viola. Little Paul. 

— History of Alexander the Great. S. N.Y. 

187(5. * 923.1 A8 

— History of Cleopatra, queen of Egypt. S. N.Y. 

1851. 923.1 Cll 

— History of Cyrus the Great. S. N.Y. 1878. 

923.1 JC19 

— History of Darius the Great. S. N.Y. ia54. 

923.1 JD 

— History of Genghis Khan. D. N.Y. 18(iO. 

923.5 JGl 

— History of Hannihal the Carthaginian. S. 

N.Y. 1854. 923.5 JHl 

— History of Julius Caesar. S. N.Y. 1854. 

923.1 € 

— History of King Alfred of England. S. N.Y. 

1854. 923.1 AlO 

— HiKtory of King Charles I. of England. S. 

N.Y. ia54. 923.1 C5 

— History of King Charles II. of England. S. 

N.Y. 1852. 923.1 C6 

— Hi.Htory of King Richard I. of England. S. 

N.Y. 1857. 923.1 JR 

— History of King Richard II. of England. S. 

N.Y. 1858. 923.1 JR3 

— History of King Richard III. of England. S. 

N.Y. 1858. 923.1 JR4 

— History of Margaret of Anjou, queen of Henry 

VI. of England. S. N.Y. 18(51. 923.1 JM4 

— History of Mary, queen of Scots. S. N.Y. 187(5. 

923.1 JM9 

— History of Nero. S. N.Y. 1854. 923.1 JNl 1 

— Hist4)ry of Peter the Great, emperor of Russia. 

S. N.Y. 18(50. 923.1 JP 

— History of Pvrrhus. S. N.Y. 1^54. 

923.1 JP5 

— History of Romulus. S. N.Y. 1854. 

923.1 JR5 

Abbott, Ja<;ob — continued. 

— History of William the Conqueror. S. N.Y. 

1854. 923.1 JW9 

— History of Xerxes the Great. 8. N.Y. 1«H. 

923.1 JX 

— Hubert. (Juno stories, v. 4.) D. N.Y. 1870. 

1 JA20 

— Hunter and Tom. (August stories, v. 2.) D. 

N.Y. 1871. 1 JA21 

— Jonas a ju<lge ; or, Law among the boys. anon. 

(Jonas series, v. 1.) D. N.Y. n.d. 1 JA22 

— Jonas on a farm in summer, anon. (Jonas 

series, v. 5.) I). N.Y. n.d. 1 JA23 

— Jonas on a farm in winter. anon. (Jonas 

series, v. G.) D. N.Y'. n.d. 1 JA24 

— Jonas's stories related to Rollo and Lucy. 

(Jonas series, v.,4.) D. N.Y. n.d. 1 JA25 

— Juno and Georgie. (Juno stories, v. 1.) D. 

N.Y. 1870. 1 JA2e 

— Juno on a journey. (Juno storiej*, v. 3.) D. 

N.Y. 1870. 1 JA27 

— Light. (Science for the young, v. 2.) D. N.Y. 

1871. 535 J A 

— Malleville. (Franconia stories, v. 1.) S. N.Y. 

1850. 1 JA28 

— Marco Paul at the Springfield armory. (Marco 

Paul's voyages and travels, v. 6.) S. n.p. 
1853. 1 JA29 

— Marco Paul in Boston. (Marco Paul's voyages 

and travels, V. 5.) S. n.p. 1853. • 1 JA30 

— Marco Paul in Maine. (Marco Paul's voyages 

and travels, v. 3.) S. n.p. 1852. 1 JA31 

— Marco Paul in New York. (Marco Paul's voy- 

ages and travels, v. 1.) S. n.p. n.d. 1 J A32 

— Marco Paul in Vermont. (Marco Paul's voy- 

ages and travels, v. 4.) S. n.p. 1852. 

1 JA33 

— Marco Paul on the Erie canal. (Marco Paul's 

voyages and travels, v. 2.) D. n.p. 1852. 

1 JA34 

— Maria Antoinette. D. n.p. n.d. 923.1 JM5 

— Mary Bell. (Franconia stories, v. 4.) S. N.Y. 

1850. 1 JA35 

— Mary Erskine. (Franconia stories, v. 3.) S. 

N.Y. 1850. 1 JA36 

— Mary Osborne. (Juno stories, v. 2.) D. N.Y. 

1870. 1 JA37 

— Rainbow's journey. (Rainbow and Lucky sto- 

ries, V. 2.) S. N.Y. 18(30. 1 JA38 

— Rodolphus. (Franconia stories, v. 7.) S. N.Y. 

1852. 1 JA39 

— Rollo at play in the wootls. (Rollo series, v. 4.) 

S. n.p. n.d. 1 JA40 

— Rollo at .school. (Rollo series, v. 5.) S. N.Y. 

1855. 1 JA41 

— Rollo at work. (Rollo series, v. 3.) 8. N.Y. 

1870. 1 JA42 

— Rollo' in Geneva. (Rollo's tour in Europe, v. 

7.) S. N.Y. 1858. 1 JA43 

— Rollo in Holland. (Rollo's tour in Europe, v. 

8.) S. N.Y. 1858. 1 JA44 

— Rollo in London. (Rollo's tour in Europe, v. 

4.) S. N.Y. 1858." 1 JA46 




Abbott, Jekvolt—vfrntinued. 

— Bullo in Naples. (RoUo'rt tour in Europe, v. 9.) 

S. N.Y. 1858. 1 JA4e 

— Kollo in Paris. (Rollo*a tour in Euroiu*, v. 2.) 

D. N. Y. 1858. 1 JA47 

— Rollo in Rome. (Rollo*s tour in Europe, v. 10.) 

S. N.Y. 1858. 1 JA48 

— Rollo in Scotland. (Rollo 's tour in Euroi>e, v. 

G.) S. N.Y. 1858. 1 JA49 

— Rollo in Switzerland. (Rollo's t^^ur in Europe, 

V. 3.) S. N.Y. 1858. 1 JA50 

— Rollo learning to read. (Rollo series, v. 2.) S. 

N.Y. 1870. 1 JA51 

— Rollo learning to talk. (Rollo series, v. 1.) S. 

B. 18(>5. 1 JA52 

— Rollo on the Atlantic. (Rollo's tour in Europe, 

V. 1.) S. N.Y. 1858. 1 JA53 

— Rollo on the Rhine. (Rollo's tour in Europe, v. 

5.) S. N.Y. 1858. 1 JA54 

— RoUo's correspondence. (Rollo .series, v. 10.) 

S. B. 1855. 1 JA55 

— Rollo's experiments. (Rollo series, v. 7.) S. 

N.Y. 18()3. 1 JA56 

— Rollo's museum. (Rollo series, v, 8.) S. B. 

1855. 1 JA57 

— Rollo's philosophy; air. (Rollo series, v. 12.) 

S. N.Y. 1870. " 1 JA58 

— Rollo's philosophy ; Are. (Rollo series, v. 13.) 

S. N.Y. 1870. 1 JA59 

— Rollo's philosophy ; sky. (Rollo series, v. 14.) 

S. N.Y. 1870. 1 JA60 

— Rollo's philosophy; water. (Rollo series, v. 11.) 

S. N.Y. 1870. 1 JA61 

— Rollo's travels. (Rollo series, v. 9.) S. N.Y. 

1870. 1 JA62 

— Rollo's vacation. (Rollo series, v. 6.) S. B. 

1855. 1 JA63 

— Schooner Mary Ann. (August stories, v. 3.) 

D. N.Y. 1872. 1 JA64 

— Selling Lucky. (Rainbow and Lucky stories, 

V. 4.) S. N.Y. 18G0. 1 JA65 

— Stories told to Rollo's cousin Lucy when she 

was a little girl. (Lucy series, v. (i.) D. 
N.Y. n.d. 1 JA66 

— Stuyvesant. (Franconia stories, v. 8.) S. N.Y. 

i85;j. 1 JAe? 

— Summer in Scotland. D. N.Y. 1848. 

914.1 A 

— Teacher ; or. Moral influences employed in the 

instruction and government of the young. D. 

B. 183;J. 371.1 A 

— Three pines. (Rainl)ow and Lucky stories, v. 3.) 

S. N.Y. 1800. 1 JA68 

— Up the river. (Rainlx)w and Lucky stories, v. 5.) 

S. N.Y. 1860. 1 JAe9 

— Visit to the Isle of Wight. (Florence stories, 

V. 5.) S. N.Y. 18(M. 1 JA70 

— Wallace. (Franconia stories, v. 2.) S. N.Y. 

1850. 1 JA71 

— Way to do good ; or, the Christian characrter 

mature. D. B. 1836. 240 A 

Abbott, J: Stephens Cabot. Adventures of the 
Chevalier <le La Sulle and his companions. 
(American pioneers and patriots.) I). N.Y. 
1875. 923.9 A 

— Benjamin Franklin : a picture of the struggles 

of our infant nation one hundred years ago. 
I). N.Y. 1876. 923.2 F9 

— Captain William Kidd, and others of the pi- 

rates or buccaneers who ravage<l the seas, the 
islands, and the continents of America two 
hundred years ago. (American pioneers and 
patriots.) I). N.Y. 1874. 923.4 JK 

— Child at home; or, the Principles of filial duty 

familiariy illustrated. I). N.Y. 1855. 173 A 

— Daniel Boone, the picmeer of Kentucky. 

(American pioneers and patriots.) I). N.Y. 

1872. 923.9 B4 

— David Crockett, his life and a<lventures. 1). 

N.Y. 1874. 923.9 C9 

— Emiiire of Au.stria ; its rise and present jxiwer. 

(Monarchies of continental Europe.) O. N.Y. 
1859. 943 A 

— Empire of Russia. (Monarchies of continental 

Europe.) O. N.Y. 1860. 947 A 

— Ferdinand de Sot<i, the discoverer of the Mis- 

sissippi. D. N.Y. 1873. 923.9 SI 

— French revolution of 1789 as viewed in the light 

of republican institutions. O. N.Y. 1859. 

944.04 A 

— George Washington ; or, Life in America one 

hundred years ago. D. N.Y. 1875. 

923.1 JW 

— History of Hernando Cortez. S. N.Y. 1855. 

923.5 JC2 

— History of King Philip. S. N.Y. 1857. 

970 JA 

— History of Madam Roland. S. N.Y. 1854. 

923.2 R6 

— History of Napoleon Bonaparte 2v. O. N.Y. 

1874. 923.1 Nl 

— History of the reign of Henry the IV., king t)f 

France and Navarre. S. N.Y. 185<i. 

923.1 H 

— Italy from the earliest period to the present 

day. (Monarchies of continental EurojK*.) O. 
N.Y. 1860. 945 A 

— Kings and queens ; or. Life in the palace. D. 

N.Y. 1855. 923.1 K 

— Kit Carson, the picmeer of the West^ I). N.Y. 

1873. 923.9 C 

— Life and adventures of John Paul Jones. (Amer- 

ican pioneers and patriots.) D. N.Y. 1874. 

923.5 J2 

— Life of Christopher Columbus. (American 

X>ioneer8 and patriots.) D. N.Y. 1875. 

923.9 C3 

— Lives of the presidents of the U. S. O. B. 1867. 

923.1 L8 

— Miles Standish, captain ot the pilgrims. D. 

N.Y. 1872. 923.2 S4 

— Mother at home ; or, the Principles of maternal 

duty familiarly illustrated. S. N.Y. 1873. 

178 Al 




Abbott, J ; Stephens Cabot — continued. 

— Peter Stuy veHant, the last Dutch governor of 

New Amsterdam. D. N.Y. 1873. 923.2 87 

— Practical Christianity : a treatise specially de- 

signed for young men. S. N.Y. 1862. 

243 A 
~ Prussia, and the Franco-Prussian war. D. B. 

1871. 043 Al 

— ed. Napoleon I., and Josephine. Confidential 

correspondence. O. 18(30. 846 N 

Abbott, Lyman. Laicus ; or, the Experiences of 

a layman in a country parish. D. N.Y. 1872. 

244 A 

— ed. Henry Ward Beecher : a sketch of his 

career. O. N.Y. 1883. 922.5 Bl 

— ed, Warner, C: D., and others. Hints for 

home reading. D. 1880. 374 W 

Abdallah ; or, the Four-leaved shamrock. La- 
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Abelard and Heloisa. Newton, W : W. Priest 
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Abelard and Heloise. Richardson, A. S., ed. 
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Abell, Mrs. L. 6. Skillful housewife's book ; or, 
Complete guide to domestic cookery, taste, 
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641 A 

Abercrombie, J : Inquiries concerning the in- 
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— Philosophy of the moral feelings. S. N.Y. 

1854. 170 A 

Aberdeen, G : Hamilton Gordon, 4th earl of. In- 
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722 A 
Aboard the Mavis. Markham, R: O. 1880. 

1 Mil 
Abode of snow. Wilson, Andrew. O. 1875. 

915.1 Wl 

About, Edmond Fran9ois Valentin. Germaine; 

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— Handbook of s<K;ial economy ; or, the Worker's 

ABC. D. N.Y. 1873. 330 A 

— King of the mountains ; tr. by M.. L. Booth. 

D. B. 1861. 4 Al 

— Man with the broken ear ; tr. by H : Holt. (Lei- 

sure hour series.) S. N.Y. 1873. 4 A2 

— Nose of a notary. 8. n.p. n.d. 4 A3 

— Story of an honest man. O. N.Y. 1881. 4 A4 
About babies, goo<l looking people, and other 

Maga social papers, anon. D. N.Y. 1867. 

814 X 
About old story Udlers. Mitchell, D. G. D. 
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About people. Wells, K.. G. 2 ed. 8. 1885. 

814 Wl 
Above rubies. Brlghtwell, C. L. D. 1870. 

920.7 A 

Abraham Page, Esq. anon. Holt, J: 8. D. 
1868. 1 H119 

Abrant^s, Laure Permon Junot, duchesse d\ 
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Ab-sa-ra-ka, home of the Crows. Carrington, 
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Absentee. Edgeworth, Maria. Tales and 

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Accomplished gentlemen. Sturgls, J. B. 8. 

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Achard, Emil^. History of my friends ; or. Home 

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Acheta, Domestica, pseud. See Bud^n, Miss L. 

Achilles Tatius. Loves of Clitopho and Leucippe. 

(See Heliodorus, Longus, and Achilles Ta- 
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888 M 
Achsah : a New England life study. Round, 

W : M. F. D. 1876. 1 R30 

Across Africa. Cameron, V. L. O. 1877. 

916.7 C 
Across America ; or, the Great West and Pacific 

coast. Rusling, J. F. D. 1874. R917.3 1 
Across America and Asia. Pumpelly, Raphael. 

5ed. D. 1871. 910.4 P2 

Across Chrysii. Colquhoun, A. R. 2 v. O. 

1883. 915.1 € 

Across Patagonia. Dixie, Florence, lady. O. 

1881. 918.2 D 

Across the continent. Bowles, S: D. 1865. 

917.3 B3 

Aetata, pseud. See Agasslz, E.. (Cary). 

Actress in high life : an episode in winter quar- 
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Acts of the anti-slavery apostles. Pillsbury, 
Parker. D. 1884. 326 PI 

Adam and Eve. Parr, L.. 3 v. D. 1880. 2 P8 

Adam Bede. Cross, M. G. (E.) L. D. 1877. 

2 C108 

Adam Brown, the merchant, anon. Smith, 
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Adam Graeme of Mossgray. Oliphant, M. O. 
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Adams, Ahigail (Smith). 1744-1818. Letters; 
with an introd. memoir by C : Francis Adams. 
4 ed. D. B. 1848. 816 A 

— Joint author. See Adams, J : 

— Adams, C: F. Memoir of Mrs. Adams. (See 

Adams, A. (S.) letters. D. 1848. pref. p. 
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— Adams, C : F. Memoir of Mrs. Adams, (^'ee 

Adams, J:, and A. (S.) Familiar letters. D. 

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Adams, C. Boys at home. 8. N.Y. 1856. 

2 JA 

— Edgar Clifton; or. Right and wrong: a story of 

school life. D. N.Y. 1861. 2 JAl 

Adams, C : FoUen. Leedle Yacob Strauss, and 

other poems. D. B. 1878. 811 A 

Adams, C: Francis. Meiqoirs of John Quincy 

Adams, comprising i>ortions of his diary from 

1795-1848. 12V.0. Ph.1874-77. 928.1 Al 




Adams, C : 'Fraacia— continued. 

— ed. Adams, A. (S.) Letters. D. 1848. 

816 A 

— ed. Adams, J: Letters addressed to his wife. 

8. 1841. 816 Al 

— Same. 2 v. S. 1841. 816 A2 

— ed. Adams, J : Works. 10 v. O. 1856. 

818 A 

— ed. Adams, J: and A. (S.) Familiar letters 

daring the revolution. D. 1876. 816 A3 
Adams, C : Francis, jr. Notes on railroad acci- 
dents. D. N.Y. 1879. 885 A 

— €md Adams, H : Chapters on Erie, and other 

essays. D. B. 1871. 814 A 

Adams, G: Kendall. Democracy and monarchy 

in France. O. N.Y. 1874. 944.04 Al 

— ed. Representative British orations,, with in- 

troduction and notes. 3 v. S. N.Y. 1884. 

825 A 
Adams, Emily. Six months at Mrs. Frior's. D. 

B. 1879. 1 JA72 

Adams, Francis. Free school system of the 

United States. O. L. 1875. 379 A 

Adams, H. A. Dawn. anon. D. B. 1868. 

1 A 

Adams, Eev. H. G. First of June; or. Schoolboy 

rivalry. 18 ed. D. L. 1882. 2 JA2 

— Who did it? or. Holm wood pr^pry; a school- 

boy's tale. D. N.Y. n.d. 2 JA3 

— WinlMirough boys ; or, Ellerslie park. D. L. 

n.d. 2 JA4 

Adams, H. K., tr. Dxtdryaut, A. L. A. (D. de F.) 
Impressions and reminiscences. D. 1877. 

928.4 Dl 

Adams, Hannah. Alphabetical comi^endium of 
the various sects, with an appendix, cont. a 
brief acct. of the different schemes of religion 
now embraced among mankind: the whole 
collected from the best authors, ancient and 
modern, nar. O. B. 1784. 280 A 

— Summary history of New England. O. Ded- 

ham, Mass. 1799. 974 A 

Adams, H : John Randolph. (Ambricak states- 
men.) D. B. 1882. 923.2 R 
— joint author. See Adams, G : Francis, jr. 

— ed. Gallatin, Albert. Writings. O. 1879. 

816 O 
Adams, Herbert B., ed. Johns Hopkins univer- 
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V. 1. I«ocal limtlttttionfl : — An Introduction to 
American Inntltatlonal history; £: A: Freeman. The (ier- 
manlcorL^n of New Englanii townn; Editor. Local eov- 
emmenl In llUnoiit; Albert Shaw. Local goveniment In 
Penn.j £. R. L. Oonld. Saxon tlthlnginen In Anier.; Edi- 
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W. Bemiii. Parinh liiBtttatlonii of Maryland; E: Ingle. 
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S. Inatltatioiis and eoonomlcs:— Methods of 
hlJifcorical study; Editor. The iNwt and the present of 

Klltlcal economy; R: T.Ely. Samuel Adams, the man of 
B town meeting; Ja. K. Hfosmer. Taxation in the V. 8.; 
H : Carter Adams. Institutional beginnings in a western 
state; Jesse Mary. Indian money as a factor in New Eng. 
civilisation; W: R. Weeden. Town and county govern- 
ment in Uie English colonies of K.America; E: Chaiming. 

Adams, Herbert B. — continued. 

Riulimentary society among boys ; J : Johnson. Land laws 
of mining districts; C : llowaru Slihm. 

3. Maryland's influence uiion land cessions in the l*. 8.; 
Editor. UM'al Institutions of Virginia; E: Ingle. Recent 
Amer. so4'inllsni; K: T.Ely. Local institutions of Mary- 
land; L: W. Wilhelni. 

— Same. 4 ser. 1-6 nos. O. Bait. 1886. 320 A 


1. Dutch village communities on the Hudson river. 
Irx-ing Eltinff. 8 and 3. Town government in Rhode 
Island. W:E. FiMter. Narragaiisett planters. E: Chan- 
nlng. 4. Pennsylvania boroughs, w : P. Holconib. 5. 
An introduction to the stufly of the constitutional and po- 
litical history of the states. J. PrankUn Jameson. 6. A 
puritan colony in Marybmd. I>an. R. R:indall. 

Adams, J : 173&-182(i. Works ; ed. by C : Francis 
Adams. 10 v. O. B. 1856. 818 A 

Note. For contents see Brooklyn catalogue, p. 4. 

— Letters addressed to his wife ; ed. by C : Francis 

Adams. 2 v. in 1. S. B. 1841. 816 Al 

— Same. 2 v. S. B. 1841. 816 A2 

— and Abigail (Smith). Familiar letters during 

the revolution ; with a memoir of Mrs. Adams, 
by C: Francis Adams. D. N.Y. 1876. 

816 A3 

— and oihern. Selection of the patriotic a4ldresae8 

to the president of the U. S., with the presi- 
dent's answers, nar. D. B. 1798. 815 A 

— AirroBiooRAPHT and diary. {See author*^ 

Works, 10 V. O. 1856. v. 2. p. sa^nSH, v. 3. 
p. 1-03, diary, v. 2. p. 1-442, v. 3. p. 04-121.) 

818 A 


— Adams, C : F. Life of John Adams. {In 

Adams, J : Works. 10 v. O. 1866. v. 1.) 

818 A v.l 

— MoBSR, J: T.,jr, John Adams. D. 1885. 

923.1 A 
Adams, Mrs. J : See Adams, Abigail (Smith). 
Adams, John Quincy. 17(>7-1848. Jubilee of the 
constitution: a discourse delivered at the re- 
quest of the N. Y. hist, society, Ap. 90, 1839, 
being the 50th anniversary of the inauguration 
of George Washington as president. O. N.Y. 
1839. 842.73 A 

— Lives of James Ma<lison and James Monroe. 

D. B. 1850. 923.1 M3 

— Oration on the life and character of Lafayette, 

1835. See U. S. 23cf Cong. 2d se*8. 923.2 L 

— Adams, C : F. Memoirs of John Quincy Adams. 

12v. O. 1874-77. 923.1 Al 

— Masssachusbtts (state) — Gen. court. Eulogy 

on the life and character of John Quincy 
Adams, delivered in Faneuil Hall, Ap. 15, 1848, 
by £: Everett. O. B. 1848. 923.1 A2 

— Morse, J: T., Jr. John Quincy Adams. D. B. 

1882. 923.1 A3 

— Quincy, Josiah. (1772-1864.) Memoir of the life 

of John Q. Adams. O. 1858. 923.1 A4 

— Seward, W : H. Life and public servit^es of 

John Quincy Adams. D. 1851. 923.1 A5 
Adams, Julius W. Sewers and drains for popu- 
lous districts, with rules and formulae for the 
determination of their dimensions under all 
circumstances. O. N.Y. 1880. 628 A 




Adams, M.. Honorable surrender. S. N.Y. 
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Adams, N. Catharine, anon. D. B. 1859. 

920.7 C 

Adams, Nehemiah) D. I). South-side view of 
slavery. 4 ed. D. B. 18(J0. 326 A 

Adams, Oscar Fay. Brief handbook of Ameri- 
can authors. D. Bi 1884. 810 A 

— Brief handlK)ok of English authors. D. B. 1884. 

820 A 

Adams, S: 1722-18a3. Hosmrr, James K. Sam- 
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— Wklls, W : V. Life and public services of S : 

Adams. 3 v. O. 1865. 923.2 Al 

Adams, S : Holland, /r. Grimm, Herman. Life and 

times of Gothe. 2 ed. O. 1881. 928.3 G2 
Adams, W: Introduction. {See GoodeU, W: 

Old and new. D. 1853. pref. p. 5-20.) 

915.6 G2 

Adams, W: H: Daveni)ort. Amazon and its 

wonders, anon. D. L. 1879. 918.1 A 

— Before the conquest ; or, English worthies in 

the old English period. O. Eilin. 1870. 

942.01 A 

— Buried cities of Campania; or, Pompeii and 

Hv^rculaneum. S. L. 1870. 913 A 

— Eastern archipelago. D. L. 1880. 919.1 A 

— Everyday objects ; or, Picturesque aspects of 

natural history. O. Edin. 1870. 502 A 

— I^and of the Incas and the City of the Sun. D. 

B. 1885. 985 A 

— Lighthouses and light»shii>s: a descriptive and 

historic account of their mo<le of construction 
and organization. D. L. 1870. 627 A 

— Secret of siu' ; or, How to get on in the 

worhl. Am. ed. ed. by P. G. H. D. N.Y. 
1879. 174 A 

— Temples, tombs, and monuments of ancient 

Grewe and Rome. D. L. 1871. 722 Al 

— Woman's work and worth in girlhoo<l, maiden- 

hood, and wifehood, with hintii on self-culture 
and chapters on the higher education and em- 
ployment of women. D. L. 1880, 396 A 

— Wonders of the physical world : the glacier, the 

iceberg, icefield, and avalanche. D. L. 1880. 

551.3 A 

— tr. Mangin, Arthur. Mysteries of the ocean. 

18(i8. 551.4 M 

— adapter. Page, squire, and knight: a romance 

of the days of chivalry. O. B. 1883. 2 JA5 

yote. A free adaption from the "Franchise" of Mailanie 

Adams, W: Taylor, and others. Great Bonanza. 

anon. O. B. 187(5. 910.8 A 

Addison, Joseph. 1672-1719. Works ; with notes 

by R: Hurd. (Bohn's standard library.) 6 v. 

D. L. 1882-8:5. 828 A 

— Criticisui on Milton's Paradise lost, from the 

Spectator, 1711-12. (In Arber, E : ed. English 
reprint«. S. 18<)8-70. v. 3.) 820 A2 v.3 

— and Steeley Sir K:, hart. Selections from the 

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My girls. Lost in a London fog. The boy's Joke, and 
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Off. Brittany. France. Switxerland. Italy. London. 

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Boniface, Jos. Xavier. (X B, de Salntine,) 
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Booth, James C, and Morflt, Campbell. Ency- 
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Boots an4. saddles; or. Life in Dakota with Gen. 

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Barrow, G : Bible in Spain ; or, the Journeys, 
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— Same. 13 ed. O. N.Y. 1859. 914.6 B2 

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914.2 Bl 

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Bosanquet, F. C. T., ed. Pliny. Letters. D. 
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Best, M. Letters and biography of Felix NefF ; 
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Boston— C'(7^ council. Celebration of the 25(>t.h 
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Boston— Pu5fic /t5raiy— continued. 

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Boston— Aecord CtmitniMioners. Report, 1876, 

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074.46 B4 

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V. 1. l«0O-17Ol. 
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Boston atlien»um. Catalogue of books, with 
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Boston cook book. Lincoln, Mrs. M.. J. D. 
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Boston directory, 1868, 70, '80, and '84. 4 v. O. 
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Boston Journal of chemistry ; devoted to chemis- 
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Boston patriot: [semi-weekly], Mr. 3, 1809-Mr. 6, 
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Boston spectator ; devoted to politicks and belles- 
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Bosivelly James. Life of Samuel Johnson, incl. 
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Bothmer, Counter von. Black Volunteers : a 
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Botta^ Anne C. Lynch. Hand book of universal 
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Botta, Vincenzo. Dante as philosopher, patriot, 
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Bottom of the sea. Sonrel, L. D. 1882. 

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Boucicaulty Dion, Joint author. See Reade, C : 
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Bonldln, Powhatan. Home reminiscences of 

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Boulger, Dora (Havers). {Theo. Gift.) Pretty 

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Boulton, Matthew. 1728-1809. BiaLsi, 8 : Lives 

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Bound in honor. Trowbridge, J : T. D. 1878. 

1 JT19 
Bound together. Fargus^FiJ: 8. 1884. 

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814 M8 
Bourbon lilies. Champney, L. (W.) 8. 1878. 

1 C9 
Bourdon, P: L: Marie. Elements of algebra, 

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Bourke, J: O. ^nake-dance of the Moquis of 

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Bright, J: 1811- . Speeches on questions of 
public policy ; ed. by Ja. E. Thorold Boobrs. 
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— RoBCBTSON, W : Life and times of J : Bright. 

O. n.d. 923.2 B9 

— Smith, 6 : B. Life and speeches of Bright. 

2v. inl, O. 1881. 923.2 BIO 

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2 JH5 
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Brii^htiveil, Cecilia L. Above rubies; or, Me- 
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— Heroes of the laboratory and the workshop. 

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Brimley, G : Essays ; with an introduction by 
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Brine^ M.. D. Hither and thither; or, Gk>od 
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1 JB21 
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to cultivate and preserve it in accordance with 
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646 Bl 

Brislmney Ret\ T. Early years of Alex. Smith, 
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Bristed, C : Aator. Five years in an English uni- 
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Brisiow, H: W:, ed. Fiouier, L: World before 
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Britisli association at Birmingham. Re- 
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a series of repts. ; ed. byS: Ttmmins. O. L. 
1866. 609 E 

British drama, comprehending tlie best plays in 
the English language. 3 v. in 5, O. L. 1804. 

822 X 


y. 1. TracedioB : — The maid's traspdy; Beaumont 
and Fletcher. PbUajit«r; Beaumont and Fletcher. The 
bondman; Mftwinger and Field. The fatal dowry: 
Manfllnger and Field. The falne one; Beaumont and 
Fletcher. Bondnca; Beanraont and Fletcher. The rival 
queenn; Lee. All for love; Dryden. The orphan; Otwav. 
venlcje preserved; Olway. Tlie mourning bride : Congreve. 
Tamerlane: Kowe. Tlie fair (lenitent; Rowe. Cato; Addi- 
non. The dLRtreMte<l mother; PhlUpK. Jane Shore; Rowe. 
Lady Jane Gray; Kowe. The siege of Damascus; Hnglies. 
The revenge; Vonng. (George Barnwell: Llllo. 

9. Zara; HUl. Fatal curiosity; HIU. Arden of Fe- 
vershani; Lillo. Gnstavns Vasa; Brooke. Mahomet; Mil- 
ler. Tancred and Hlgismunda; Thomtwon. Irene; Johnson. 
The Roman father; Whitehead. The brothers; Young. 
The gamester; Moore. Boadice«; Glover. Creusa; While- 
head. Barbarossa: Brown. Douglas; Home. IsalieUa; 
Southern. The orphan of Cliina; Miirnhy. The Countess 
Salisbury: Hartson. The Earl of Warwick; Franklin. 
Zenobia; Murphy. The Grecian daughter; Murphy. Ma- 
tilda; Franklin. 

3* Comedies : — Every man in his humor: Jonson. 
The alcymlst; Jonson. A new way to nay old debts; Mas- 
singer. The great duke of Florence; Massinger. Rule a 
wife and have a wife; Beaumont antf Fletcher. The plain- 
dealer; Wycherly. The double dealer; Congreve. The 
provoked wife; Vanbrugh. I»ve makes a man ; Cibber. 
The way of the world ; Congreve. Love for love ; Con- 

freve. The constant couple; Farquhsr. The inconstant; 
'araiihar. She wou'd and she wou'd not'; Cibber. The 
careless husband; Cibber. The double gallant; Citdier. 
The recruiting; Farquhar. The beaux stratagem; Far- 

4. The busy body; Centlivre. The wonder; Cent- 
Uvre. The drummer; Addison. A Wdd stroke for a wife: 
Centlivre. The conscious lovers; Steele. The provoked 
husbftnd; Vanbrugh ancT Cibber. Tlie suspicious husband; 
Hoadly. The way tokeephim; Muri>hy. All in the wrong; 
Murphy. The Jealous wife; Colman. The school for 
lovers; Whitehead. The clandestine marriage; (Molina o 
awdGarrick. The English merchant; Colman. The broth- 
ers; Cumberland. The West Indian; Cumberland. She 
stoops to conquer: (lOldsmith. The school for wives; Kelly. 
The rivals; Sheri<lan. The choleric man ; Cuml>erlAnd. 

5. Operas and Faroes : — The cheats of Scapin; 
Otway. The country house; Vanbrugh. Tlie contrivances: 
Carey. The devil to pay; Coffev. The beggar's ojiera; 
Gay. The intriguing chamiiermn id; Fielding. The inot-k 
doctor; Fieltling. X^hrononhotonthologos; Carey. Tlie 
honest Yorkshireman; Carev. The king and the miller of 
Mansfield; Dodsley. Sir John Cockle at court; Dodsley. 
The lying valet: Garrick. Miss lu her teens; Garrick. 
Taste; Foote. The English in Paris; Foote. The knights; 
Foote. The apprentice; Murphy. The Englishman re- 
turned from Paris; Foote. The author; Foote. The 
male-coquette; Garrick. The upholsterer; Murphy. The 
guardian; Garrick. High life below stairs; Garrick. The 
minor: Foote. The old nuiid ; M nrphy. The citizen; Mur- 
;>hy. The liar; Foote. The orators; Foote. The deuce is 
n him; Colman. Love in a village; Bickerstaff. The 

mayor of Garratt; Foote. The patron; Foote. Midas; 
anon. The maid of the mill; Bickerstaff. The commissar v; 
Foote. Neck or nothing; (}arrick. Peep behind the cur- 
tain; Garrick. De'\il upon two sticks; Foote. Padlock: 
Bickerstaff. Dr. Last in his chariot; Bickerstaff and 
Foote. Lame lover; Foote. Maid of Bath; Foote. Irish 
widow; (Jarrick. Sultan; Bickerstaff. Bon ton; (iarrick. 
Three weeks after marriage; Murphy. 

British essayists. Chalmers, Alex., ed. 21 v. 

S. 1855. 824 C5 

British novelists. See Barbauld, A.. Letitia 

(Aikin), ed. 
British painters, with 80 examples of their work 

engraved on wood, anon, Q. N.Y. 1881. 

759 X 

British quarterly review, 1871-dat«. v. 53 -date. 

Q. N.Y. 1871 -date, 062 Bl 

British trident; or. Register of naval actions. 

Duncan, Archibald. 4 v. D. 1804-1805. 

910.4 D2 





Broady broad ocean, and some of its inhabitants. 

Jones, W: D. 1871. 590.2 J 

Broad shadows on life's pathway, anon. Blck- 

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Brock, Mrs. Carey, tr^ Brrs^er, Mme. Eugbne. 

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Brocklehurst, T: Unett. Mexico to-day: a 
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3. The Northern lasse. The nparaguff garden. The an- 
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Brooks, Rev. Phillips. Candle of the Lord, and 

other sermons. D. N.Y. 1881. 252 B5 

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Brow^n, Francis. Assyriology ; its use and abuse 
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V. 3 V. O. 1867. V. 3, p. 325-610.) 

943 R V.3 

— Robbbtson, W : History of the reign of the 

Emperor Charles V. S. N.Y. 1854. 

943 Rl 

— Stibling, W : Cloister life of the Emperor 

Charles V. O. 1853. 923.1 C8 

Charles XII., king of Sweden. 1682-1718. Voi^ 
TAiBB, F. M. A. de. History of Charles XII. 
D. 1869. 923.1 C9 

Charles the Bold. 1433-1477. Kirk, J: F. His- 
tory of Charles the Bold. 3 v. O. 1864-68. 

944.02 K 

Charles E : Stuart, the Young Pretender. 1720- 
1788. EwAiJ), A. C: Life and times of 
Prince Charles Stuart. 2 v. O. L. 1875. 

923.1 CIO 

Charles, E.. (Bundle). Against the stream: a 
story of a heroic age in England, anon. D. 
N.Y. 1876. 2 C12 

— Bertram family, anon. D. N.Y. n.d. 2 C13 

— Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta family ; by 

two of themselves, anon. D. N.Y. 1864. 

2 C14 

Charles, E.. (Bundle) — continued. 

— Conquering and to conquer, anon, D. N.Y. 

n.d. 2 C15 

— Cottage by the cathedral, and other parables. 

anon. (Tauchnitz ed.) 2 v. in 1, 8. Lpz. 1872. 

2 C16 


The cottage by the cathedral. The nepnlchre and the 
dhrine. The blattk nhlp. The inhind and the main-hind. 
The ruined temple. The Jewel of the order of the king's 
own. The cathedral chhnes. The song without words. 

— Diary of Mrs. Kitty Trevelyan : a story of the 

times of Whitefield and the Wesleys. anon, 
D. N.Y. 1806. 2 C17 

— Draytons and Davenants : a story of the civil 

wars. anon. D. N.Y. 1868. 2 C18 

— Early dawn ; or. Sketches of Christain life in 

England in olden time. anon. D. N.Y. 1866. 

2 C19 


LlKhth and shadows of the early dawn. The two martyrs 
of V^ernlam. Annals of an Anglo-Saxon family. 8axon 
si'htxils and houses. .Saxon mlnnters and missions. Al- 
fred, the truth-teller. Saxon and Norman. A story of the 

— Joan the maid, deliverer of France and fSng- 

land : a story of the 15th century, anon. D. 
N.Y. 1879. 2 C20 

— Old story of Bethlehem : one link in the great 

pedigree, anon. O. L. n.d. 2 JCl 

— On both sides of the sea : a story of the common- 

wealth and restoration. A sequel to the 
Draytons and Davenants. anon, D. N.Y. 
1868. 2 C21 

— Sketches of the women of Christendom, anon. 

D. N.Y. n.d. 920.7 SI 

— Song without words : leaves from a very old 

book. anon. sq.T. N.Y. 1865. 2 JC2 

— Victory of the vanquished : a story of the Ist 

century, anon. D. N.Y. n.d. 2 C22 

— Winifred Bertram and the world she lived in. 

anon. D. N.Y. n.d. 2 C23 

Charles O'Malley. Lever, C : J. D. [1872.] 

2 L21 
Charles Roussel. Porchat, J. J. S. 1862. 

4 PI 
Charles Tyrrell. James, 6 : P. R. 2 v. in 1, D. 

n.d. 2 J5 

Charles worth, Maria L.. Africans mountain 

valley; or, the Church in Regents' Town, 

West Africa, anon. S. N.Y. 1861. 276 C 

— Cottage and its visitor, anon. S. N.Y. 1861. 

2 C24 

— Dorothy Cope : containing the Old looking^ 

glass, and the Broken looking-glass. D. N.Y. 
1883. 2 C25 

— Ministering children : a tale dedicated to child- 

hood, anon. D. N.Y. 1859. 2 JC3 

Charlie Asgarde. St. Johnston, Alf. D. 1884. 

2 JS 
Charlie Bell of Elm island. Kellogg, Elijah. 

S. n.d. 1 JK4 

Charlotte Ackermann: a theatrical romance. 

MttUer, O: D. [1871.] 8 M4 




Gliariii : an illustrated book for boys and girls. 

anon. S. B. 1864. 1 JX2 

Chase, 6: Wingate. See Mass. (stateySec, of 

stcUe. Abstract of the census of 1860. O. 

1863. 817 M3 

Chase, Salmon Portland. 1808-1873. Schuckjcbs, 

J. W. Life and public services of S. P. Chase. 

O. 1874. 923.4 C 

Chase, T : Hellas ; her monuments and scenery. 

D. Camb. 1863. 914.95 CI 

Chasies, V: Euphemion Philarete. 1799-1873. 

Notabilities in France and England, with an 

autobiog. D. K.Y. 1853. 914.2 C3 

— AuTOBiooBAFHY. {See author*8 Notabilities in 

France and England. D. 18S3. p. 13-66. 

914.2 C3 
Chateau d'Or, Nora, and Kitty Craig. 
Holmes, M.. J.. (H.) D. 1880. 1 H93 

Chateau Frissac. Slkes, O. (L.) O. 1865. 

1 818 

Chatham, W : Pitt, e€wl of. 1708-1778. Almon, 

J. Anecdotes of the life of Pitt. anon. 4 v. 

in2. O. 1792. 923.2 C5 

— B Rf J. Life of the earl of Chatham. (Se^ 

Wight, O. W., ed. Life of Pitt and Chatham. 
T. 1860. p. 7-61.) 923.2 P9 

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1857. 923.2 Jl 

Chatiian, Alex., Joint author. See Erckmann, 

Chats. Hamlen, 6. 8. 1886. 814 HI 

Chats about books : poets and novelists. Hazel- 

Une,M. W. D. 1883. 804 H 

Chatoworth. Ward, B. P. O. n.d. 2 W9 
Chatterton, T: 1752-1770. Poetical works ; with 

notices of his life. 2 v. 8. B. 1857. 

821 C3 

— LiFK of Chatterton. anon. {See his Poetical 

works. 2 V. 8. 1857. v. 1, pref. p. 7-132.) 

821 C3 T.l 

— Wilson, Daniel. Chatterton: a biog. study. 

D. 1869. 928.2 C5 

Chancer, Geoffrey. 1328-1400. Canterbury 
chimes ; or, Chaucer tales retold for children ; 
by Francis Stork and Hawes Turner. D. 
L.1878. 821 C4 

— Canterbury tales. D. n.p. n.d. 821 C7 

— Canterbury tales; from the text, and with the 

notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt. D. 
L. n.d. 821 Ce 

— Chaucer for children ; a golden key, ed. by Mrs. 

M.. Elisa Hawbib. O. L. 1877. 821 JC5 

— English of the 14th century : Chaucer's Pro- 

logue, and Knight's tale, designed to serve as 
an introd. to the study of Eng. lit. ; [ed.] by 
Ste. H. Cabpkntsr. D. B. 1873. 821 C8 

— Legende of goode women ; ed. with an introd. 

and notes glossarial and critical. D. Ph. 
1864. 821 C9 

Chaucer, Creoffrey — continited. 

— Tyrwhitt, T : Abstract of the historical pas- 

sages of the life of Chaucer. {See Chaucer, 
Geoffrey. Canterbury tales. D. n.d. pref. 
p. 25-^.) 821 C6 

— Wabb, A. W: Chaucer. D. 1881. 

928.2 C6 
Chaudron, Adelaide De V., tr. Mundt, C. M. 

Joseph II. and his court. O. 1880. 3 MIO 
Chauncy-Hall school, Boston. Catalogue of 

the teachers and pupils, 1878*79. D. B. 

1879. • 373 C 

Chavasse, Pye H : Physical training of children ; 

with a preliminary dissertation, by F. H. 

Gbtch«ll. O. Ph. 1871. 613 C2 

Checkmate. Le Fanu, J. S. O. 1871. 

2 L12 

Cheetham, S:, joint ed. See dmith, W; 

Cheever, G : Barrell. God against slavery, and 
the freedom and duty of the pulpit to rebuke 
it as a sin .against God. D. N.Y. 1857. 

826 CI 

— Wanderings of a pilgrim in the shadow of Mont 

Blanc. O. N.Y. 1852. 914.94 C 

Cheever, H : T. \V[hale and his captors ; or, the 
Whaleman's adventures and the whale's biog- 
raphy. S. N.Y. 1850. 599 C 

Chefs-d'oeuvre of the industrial arts. Burty, 
Philip. O. 1809. 600 B3 

Chellls, M.. Dwinell. From father to son. D. 
N.Y. 1879. 1 JC9 

Cheney, Mrs. C. Emma. Young folks' history of 
the civil war. D. B. 1884. 973.7 JCl 

Cheney, Ednah Dow (Littlehale). Sally Wil- 
liams, the mountain girl. D. B. [1872]. 


— ed. BuoNABBon, M. A. Selected poems. D. 

1885. 851 B 

Cheney, M.. Bushnell, and others. Life and let- 
ters of Horace Bushnell. anon. O. N.Y. 
1880. 922.5 B4 

Chenoweth, Mrs. C. Van D. Stories of the 
saints. D. B. 1880. 922.2 8 

Chepnell, Havilland, le M., and Demmler, F. 
C. F., tr. NiEBUHR, B. G: Lectures on Roman 
history. 3 v. S. 1852. 937 N 

Cherbullez, V: Count Kostia; tr. by O. D. 
AsHLBT. (Leisure hour series.) S. N.Y. 
1873. 4 C 

— Jean Tfiterol's idea. D. N.Y. 1878. 4 CI 

— Joseph Noirel's revenge ; tr. by W : F. West. 

(Leisure hour series.) S. N.Y. 1872. 4 C2 

— Meta Holdens. D. N.Y. 1877. 4 C3 

— Prosper; tr. by Carl Bbnson. (Leisure hour 

series.) S. N.Y. 1874. 4 C4 

— Samuel Brohl and company. (Collection of 

foreign authors.) D. N.Y. 1877. 4 C5 

Cherbury, E: Herbert, \st baron. 1581-1648. 

Life. (Autobiography, v. 18.) D. L. 1830. 

923.2 C6 

— Life of Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury. 

{See Howeils, W : D. Lives of Herbert and 
Ellwood. S. 1877. p. 21-165.) 923.2 C7 





Chapman^ J. E. C. Easter hymns. S. B. 1876. 

811 C4 
Chapman, Maria Weston, ed. Martinrau, Har^ 

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028.2 M4 
Chapman, M.., tr. Janet, Paul. Theory of 

morals. O. 1884. 171 J 

Chapters on Erie, and other essays. Adams, C : 

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820 R3 
Characteristics of [Shakspere's] women. Jame- 
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Charicles. anon. Becker, W* A. 3ed. O. 

1866. 3 B4 

Charlemange. a.d. 742-814. James, G : P. B. 

History of Charlemange. S. 1856. 

923.1 C4 
Charlemont. Simms, W : 6. D. [1856.] 

1 S22 
ChATles l.f king of Enffland. 1600-1640. Abbott, 

Jacob. History of King Charles I. of England. 

S. 1854. 923.1 C5 

Charles II., king of England. 1630-1685. Bosco- 

bel tracts, relating to his escape after the 

battle of Worcester, etc. (See Hamilton, A. 

Memoirs of the court of Charles II. D. 1853. 

p. 481-536.) 92ai C7 

— Abbott, Jacob. History of King Charles II. of 

Eng. S. K.Y. 1852. 923.1 C6 

— Hamilton, Antoine, comte d'. Memoirs of the 

court of Charles II. ; by Count Grammont. D. 
1853. • 923.1 C7 

Charles V., emperor of Oermany, I., king of Spain. 
1500-1558. Prescott, W: H. Life of Charles 
y . after his abdication. {See Robertson, W : 
History of the reign of the Emperor ■ Charles 
V. 3v. O. 1857. V. 3, p. 325-510.) 

943 R V.3 

— BoBBBTSON, W : History of the reign of the 

Emperor Charles V. S. K.Y. 1854. 

943 Rl 

— Stirling, W : Cloister life of the Emperor 

Charles V. O. 1853. 923.1 C8 

Charles XU., king of Sweden. 1682-1718. Voi^ 
TAiRB, F. M. A. de. History of Charles XII. 
D. 1859. 923.1 C9 

Charles the Bold. 1433-1477. Kirlc, J:F. His- 
tory of Charles the Bold. 3 v. O. 1864-68. 

944.02 K 

Charles E: Stuart, the Young Pretender. 1720- 
1788. EwALi>, A. C: Life and times of 
Prince Charles Stuart. 2 v. O. L. 1875. 

923.1 CIO 

Charles, E.. (Bundle). Against the stream: a 
story of a heroic age in England, anon. D. 
N.Y. 1875. 2 C12 

— Bertram family, anon. D. N.Y. n.d. 2 C13 

— Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta family ; by 

two of themselves, anon. D. N.Y. 1864. 

2 C14 

Charles, E.. (Bundle) — contimied. 

— Conquering and to conquer, anon. D. N.Y. 

n.d. 2 C15 

— Cottage by the cathedral, and other parables. 

anon, (Tauchnitz ed.) 2 v. in 1, S. Lpz. 1872. 

2 C16 


The cottage by the cathedral. The «eptilchre and the 
rtirine. Tlie black ship. The inland and the mnin-Iand. 
The ruined temple. The Jewel of the order of the king's 
own. The rathe<lral chinies. The song without words. 

— Diary of Mrs. Kitty Trevelyan : a story of the 

times of Whitefleld and the Wesleys. anon. 
D. N.Y. 1866. 2 C17 

— Draytons and Davenants : a story of the civil 

wars. anon. D. N.Y. 1868. 2 CIS 

— Early dawn ; or. Sketches of Christain life in 

England in olden time. anon. D. N.Y. 1866. 

2 C19 


Lif^htA and shadows of the early dawn. The two martyrs 
of Wrulam. Annals of an Anglo^axon faniilv. .Saxon 
f4('htM)l{i and houM^s. Saxon miuMtors and missions. Al- 
fred, the truth-teller. Saxon and Norman. A story of the 

— Joan the maid, deliverer of France and tiSng- 

land : a story of the 15th century, anon. D. 
N.Y. 1879. 2 C20 

— Old story of Bethlehem : one link in the great 

pedigree, anon. O. L. n.d. 2 JCl 

— On both sides of the sea : a story of the common- 

wealth and restoration. A sequel to the 
Draytons and Davenants. anon. D. N.Y. 
1868. 2 C21 

— Sketches of the women of Christendom, anon. 

D. N.Y. n.d. 920.7 SI 

— Song without words : leaves from a very old 

book. anon. sq.T. N.Y. 1865- 2 JC2 

— Victory of the vanquished : a story of the 1st 

century, anon. D. N.Y. n.d. 2 C22 

— Winifred Bertram and the world she lived in. 

anon. D. N.Y. n.d. 2 C23 

Charles O'Malley. Lever, C: J. D. [1872.] 

2 L21 
Charles Roussel. Porchaty J. J. S. 1862. 

4 PI 
Charles Tyrrell. James, O : P. B. 2 v. in 1, D. 

n.d. 2 J5 

Charles worthy Maria L.. Africa's mountain 

valley; or, the Church in Begents' Town, 

West Africa, anon. S. N.Y. 1861. 276 C 

— Cottage and its visitor, anon. S. N.Y. 1861. 

2 C24 

— Dorothy Cope : containing the Old looking^ 

glass, and the Broken looking-glass. D. N.Y. 
1883. 2 C25 

— Ministering children : a tale dedicated to child- 

hoo<l. anon. D. N.Y. 1859. 2 JC8 

Charlie Asgarde. St. Johnston, Alf. D. 1884. 

2 JS 
Charlie Bell of Elm island. Kello|[fg, Elijah. 

S. n.d. 1 JK4 

Charlotte Ackermann: a theatrical romance. 

MUUer, O: D. [1871.] 3 M4 




Charm : an illustrated book for boys and girls. 

anon, 8. B. 1864. 1 JX2 

Chase, G: Wingate. See Mass. (etateySec. of 

state. Abstract of the census of 18<i0. O. 

1863. 317 M3 

Chase, Salmon Portland. 1808-1873. Schuckbbs, 

J. W. Life and public services of S. P. Chase. 

O. 1874. 928.4 C 

Chase, T : Hellas ; her monuments and scenery. 

D. Camb. 1863. 914.05 CI 

Chasies, V: Euphemion Philarete. 1799-1873. 

Notabilities in France and England, with an 

autobiog. D. N.Y. 1853. 914.2 C3 

— AuTOBiooKAPHT. (6*e« author*$ Notabilities in 

France and England. D. 1853. p. 13-66. 

914.2 C3 
Chateau d'Or, Nora, and Kitty Craig. 
Holmes, M.. J.. (H.) D. 1880. 1 H93 

Chateau Frissac. Slhes, O. (L.) O. 1865. 

1 S18 

Chatham, W: Pitt, earl of. 1706-1778. Almon, 

J. Anecdotes of the life of Pitt. anon. 4 v. 

in2. O. 1792. 923.2 C6 



— B ^B, J. Life of the earl of Chatham. (See 

Wight, O. W., ed. Life of Pitt and Chatham. 
T. 1860. p. 7-61.) 923.2 P9 

— DowB, W: Junius, Lord Chatham: a biog. D. 

1857. 923.2 Jl 

Chatrian, Alex., Joint author. See Erckmann, 

Chats. Hamlen, 6. S. 1886. 814 HI 

Chats about books : poets and novelists. Hazel- 
tine, M. W. D. 1883. 804 H 
Chatoworth. Ward, R. P. O. n.d. 2 W9 
Chatterton, T: 1762-1770. Poetical works ; with 
notices of his life. 2 v. S. B. 1857. 

821 C3 

— LiFB of Chatterton. anon. (See his Poetical 

works. 2 V. 8. 1857. v. 1, pref. p. 7-132.) 

821 C3 v.l 

— WiLsoK, Daniel. Chatterton : a biog. study. 

D. 1869. 928.2 C5 

Chancer, G^eofFrey. 1328-1400. Canterbury 
chimes ; or, Chaucer tales retold for children ; 
by Francis Stork and Hawes Turner. D. 
L. 1878. 821 C4 

— Canterbury tales. D. n.p. n.d. 821 C7 

— Canterbury tales; from the text, and with the 

notes and glossary of Thomas Tyrwhitt. D. 
L. n.d. 821 C6 

— Chaucer for children ; a golden key, ed. by Mrs. 

M.. Eliza Hawbis. O. L. 1877. 821 JC5 

— English of the 14th century : Chaucer's Pro- 

logue, and Knight's tale, designed to serve as 
an introd. to the study of Eng. lit. ; [ed.] by 
Ste. H. Cabprntrr. D. B. 1873. 821 C8 

— Legende of goode women; ed. with an introd. 

and notes glossarial and critical. D. Ph. 
1864. 821 C9 

Chaucer, Greoffrey — continued. 

— Tyrwhitt, T : Abstract of the historical pas- 

sages of the life of Chaucer. (See Chaucer, 
Geoffrey. Canterbury tales. D. n.d. pref. 
p. 25-34.) 821 C6 

— Ward, A. W: Chaucer. D. 1881. 

928.2 C6 
Chaudron, Adelaide De V., tr. Mundt, C. M. 

Joseph n. and his court. O. 1880. 3 MIO 
Chauncy-Hall school, Boston. Catalogue of 

the teachers and pupils, 1878-79. D. B. 

1879. 373 C 

Chavasse, Pye H : Physical training of children ; 

with a preliminary dissertation, by F. H. 

Grtchrll. O. Ph. 1871. 613 C2 

Checkmate. Le Fanu, J. S. O. 1871. 

2 L12 

Cheetham, S:, joint ed. See Smith, W: 

Cheever, G : Barrell. God against slavery, and 

the freedom and duty of the pulpit to rebuke 

it as a sin .against God. D. N.Y. 1857. 

326 CI 

— Wanderings of a pilgrim in the shadow of Mont 

Blanc. O. N.Y. 1852. 914.94 C 

Cheever, H : T. ^hale and his captors ; or, the 
Whaleman's adventures and the whale's biog- 
raphy. S. N.Y. 1850. 699 C 

Chefs-d'oeuvre of the industrial arts. Burty, 
Philip. O. 1869. 600 B3 

Chellis, M.. Dwinell. From father to son. D. 
N.Y. 1879. 1 JC9 

Cheney, Mrs. C. Emma. Young folks' history of 
the civil war. D. B. 1884. 973.7 JCl 

Cheney, Ednah Dow (Littlehale). Sally Wil- 
liams, the mountain girl. D. B. [1872]. 


— ed. Buonarroti, M. A. Selected poems. D. 

1885. 851 B 

Cheney, M.. Bushnell, and others. Life and let- 
ters of Horace Bushnell. anon. O. N.Y. 
1880. 922.5 B4 

Chencweth, Mrs. C. Van D. Stories of the 
saints. D. B. 1880. 922.2 S 

Chepnell, Havilland, le M., and Demmler, F. 
C. F., tr. NiBBUHR, B. G: Lectures on Roman 
history. 3 v. S. 1862. 937 N 

Cherbuilez, V: Count Kostia; tr. by O. D. 
AsHLRT. (Leisure hour series.) S. N.Y. 
1873. 4 C 

— Jean Tfiterol's idea. D. N.Y. 1878. 4 CI 

— Jaseph Noirel's revenge ; tr. by W : F. West. 

(Leisure hour series.) S. N.Y. 1872. 4 C2 

— Meta Holdens. D. N.Y. 1877. 4 C3 

— Prosper; tr. by Carl Benson. (Leisure hour 

series.) S. N.Y. 1874. 4 C4 

— Samuel Brohl and company. (Collection of 

foreign authors.) D. N.Y. 1877. 4 C5 

Cherbury, E: Herbert, 1st baron. 1581-1648. 

Life. (Autobiography, v. 18.) D. L. 1830. 

923.2 C6 

— Life of Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury. 

(See Hovrells, W : D. Lives of Herbert and 
EUwood. S. 1877. p. 21-165.) 923.2 C7 




Cherry and violet. Rathbdne, M.. A. (M.) D. 

n.d. 2 R4 

Chesebro% Caroline. Foe in the honsehold. O. 

B. 1871. 1 CIO 

Chesney, C: Cornwallis. ifcssays in military 

biography. O. N.Y. 1874. 923.5 E 

Chevalier d' Harmental. (In Dumas, A. D. 

Doctor Basilius. nar. S. n.d.) 4 D23 

Chevalier's daughter. Guernsey, L. E. D. 

1880. 1 JG17 

Chevallier, £., Joint author. See Lienormant, 

Chevreui, Michel Eugene. Laws of contrast of 

colour, and their application to the arts ; tr. 

from the French by J : Spantov. S. L. 1859. 

535 C 

— Principles of harmony and contrast of colors ; 

tr. by C : Martel. {See Painter, gilder, and 
varnisher's companion. 16 ed. D. 1883. p. 
319^399.) 098 X 

Chiers daughters. Tuclcer, C. M. S. 1862. 

2 JT5 

Chien d'or, the golden dog. Kirby, H: D. 
18n. 2 K62 

Child, Mrs. D. L. Good wives. (Ladies' family 
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Child, E. v., tr. S^ntaren, M. FdeB.^S., 
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Vespucius. D. 1850. 923.5 Vt 

Child, Francis Ja., ed, English and Scottish bal- 
lads. 8 V. D. B. 1860. 821 CIO 

Child, G. Chaplin. Benedicite: God as mani- 
fested in his works. (The great Architect.) 
2 V. in 1, D. N.Y. 1868. 210 C2 

Child, Lydia Maria (Francis). 1802-1880. Aspi- 
rations of the world. D. B. 1878. 818 CI 

— Autumnal leaves. D. N.Y. 1857. 818 C2 

— Biographies of Lady Russell and Mme. Guyon. 

D. B. 1832. 923.9 R5 

— History of the condition of women, in various 

ages and nations. 5 ed. 2 v. D. B. 1843. 

396 C 

Y. 1. Women of AbU and Africa. 
S. Women of Knrope, America, and South Sea iidandfi. 

— Isaac T. Hopper : a true life. D. B. 1853. 

922.8 H 

— Letters from N. Y. 10 ed. 2 ser. D. N.Y. 

1849. 816 CI 

— Same. 11 ed. D. N.Y. 1850. 816 C2 

— Letters; with a biog. introd. by J: G. Whit- 

TiBR, and an apx. by Wendell Phillips. D. 
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— Philothea: a Grecian romance. D. B. 1861. 

1 Cll 

— Progress of religious ideas through successive 

ages. 4 ed. 3 v. O. N.Y. [1856]. 270 C 


,,J^-,4" Hindowtan. Egjiit. China. Thibet and Tartarj-. 
Chaldea. Penla. Greece and Rtime. Celtic tribes. JewB. 

9. Jews after the exUe. RtHnwDect. ChrlMtlanlty. 

3. Christianity : continued. MohammedanUtm. 

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n.p. n.d. 1 C12 

Child, Lydia Maria (Francis) — continued, 

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818 C3 

— WHrrriER, J : G. Memoir of Mrs. Child. (See 

Child, L. M. (F.) Letters. D. 1883. pref. 
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Child at home. Abbott, J: S. C. D. 1855. 

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Child life : a collection of poems. Whittier, J : 

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Child life in Chinese homes. Bryson, Mrs. O, 

1885. 915.1 B 

Child life in prose. Whittier, J: G., e(2. 7 ed. 

D. [1873.] 1 JW14 

Child Marian abroad. Round, W: M. F. D. 

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Farrar, F: W: Early days of Christianity. 2 v. 
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Farrar, H. S. Bossuet and his contemporaries. 

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F'- Fitchburg, 1873-date. R071 Fl 




Fitchburg tribune : [weekly], Ja. U, 1881-D. 27, 
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Fltts, Hervey, and Richards, W: C. Abraham 
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920.9 V 

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2 JR8 

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For faith and fatherland. Bramston, M.. D. 

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For honor's sake. Cunningham, Mrs. B. 8. 

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2 G24 
For love and life. Oliphant, M. O. (W.) O. 
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— Same. 2 v. in 1. 8. 1874. 2 09 

For richer, for poorer. Parr, Harriet. 2 ed. 
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Forayers. Simms, \Y:G. D. [1866.] 

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Forbes, J. H. {Arthur Locker.) Stephen Scudt^ 
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Forest and stream, and rod and gun ; the Ameri- 
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Forest Arcadia of northern New York, embrac- 
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917.47 X 
Forest days. James, G : P. B. O. 1854. 

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Forest exiles. Reid, Mayne. D. 1881. 

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Forest glen series. See Kellogg, Elijah. 

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Forgery. James, 6 : P. B. O. 1857. 2 J 12 
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Forlorn hope. Yates, E. H. O. n.d. 2 Y3 

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Fortunes of Glencore. Lever, C: J. D. n.d. 

2 L27 
Fortunes of Hassan, being the strange story of 

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— Same. 2 v. S. 1879. 2 820 
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Fortuny, Mariano. 1838-1874. Davillikr, 
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Forty-five guardsmen. Dumas, A. D. D. 
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Forum; or, Forty years at the Phil. bar. 
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Fosdick, C : A. — continued. 

— Frank at Don Carlos' rancho. (Rocky moun- 

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— Frank Nelson in the forecastle ; or, the Sports- 

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-^ Frank on the lower Mississippi. (Gunboat 

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— Frank on the prairie. (Gunboat series, v. 6.) 

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V. 1.) D. Ph. [1864]. 1 JF14 

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1 JF24 

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1 JF26 

Foss, £: Memories of Westminster hall; its 

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with a hist, introd. 2 v. O. B. 1874. 340 F 

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Foster, C : J.—cofitinued, 

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Foster, D : Si'ientific angler : a general and in- 
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Foster, J: 1770-1843. Essay on the evils of pop- 
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Foster, Mrs. Jonathan, tr. Condb, J. A. His- 
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Foster, Mrs. M. E. Hand-book of modern Euro- 
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Foster, W : E. Libraries and readers. S. N.Y. 
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Foul play. Reade, C:, and Boucicault, Dion. 

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Fould, Mme. W.. Josephine Simonin. (Gustave 

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— Sun ; tr. by A. L. Phipson. D. N.Y. 1870. 

523.7 G 
Guilt and innocence. Schwartz, M. S. O. 

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844 G 

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Habberton, J i—continued, 

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Hacklfinder, F : W : Enchanting and enchanted ; 
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The elfln tree. The dwarfu' nent. The princeMi Morgana. 
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Hagarene, anon. Lawrence, G : A. 2v.ini. 

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Hahn-Hahn, Ida Marie Luise Sophie Friedrike 

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Hake, A. Egmont. Story of Chinese Gordon. 
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Hal : the story of a clodhopper. Round, W : M. 

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Haldane, R. B., and Kemp, J., tr. Schopisn- 

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Haldeman, S : Stehman. Affixes, in their origin 
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Hale, E: Fall of the Stuarts; and Western 
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Hale, E : Everett. {Col. F : Ingham.) Christmas 
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— Ghristmas eve and Christmas day : ten Christ- 

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Tbey «aw a great light. ChrtRtman wnltfi in Bonton. 
Alice's Ctirliitinafutree. Dally bread. Stand and wait. 
The two prlncefi. The Btory of Oello. l^ve is the whole. 
ChrintmaR and llonie. The Hurvivor'a Rtory. The sanie 
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— Crusoe in New York, and other tales. D. B. 

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Criutoo in New York. Allf-Lalla. A clvU servant. 
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1 Hll 


— His level hest, and other stories. D. B. 1873. 

1 H12 


His levellteAt. The brick moon. Water talk. Monse 
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The cliildren of the public. A piece of posaible history. 
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The dot and line alphabet. The last voyage of the Kesolnte. 
My double, and huw he undid me. Tlie man without a 
country. The last of the Florida. The skeleton in the 
closet. Christinas waits in Uoston. 

— In His name : a story of the Waldenses, 700 

years ago. S. B. 1882. 1 H14 

— Mrs. Merriam*8 scholars : a story of the "origi- 

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— Ninety days' worth of Europe. D. B. 1861. 

914 H 

— Our Christmas in a palace : a traveller's story. 

D. N.Y. 1883. 1 Hie 




Hale, E : Everett — continued. 

— Our new crusade : a temperance story. S. 

B. 1875. 1 HI 7 

— Philip Nolan's friends : a story of the change 

of Western empire. D. N.Y. 1877. 1 H18 

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— Stories of discovery, told by discoverers. S. 

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— Stories of invention, told by inventors and 

their friends. S. B. 1886. 008 JH 

— Stories of the sea, told by sailors. S. B. 1880. 

910.4 H2 

— Stories of war, told by soldiers. S. 1880. 

973.7 HI 

— Sybaris, and other homes. D. B. 1869. 

334 H 


My vtelt to Rybarto. How they lived at Nafifiuula^ick. 
How they live at Vineland. How they live In Boston, and 
how they die there. Home for Boston Laborers. Apz. 

— Ten times one is ten : the possible reformation : 

a story in 9 chapters. D. B. 1874. 1 H19 

— Ups and downs. D. n.p. n.d. 1 H20 

— What career? Ten papers on a choice of voca- 

tion and the use of time. D. B. 1879. 

814 H 

— and Susan. Family flight around home. O. 

B. [1884]. 917.3 H 

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— anc2 Su.san. Family flight through Mexico. O. 

B. 1886. 917.2 H 

— and others. Daily bread, and other stories. 

anon. D. B. 1870. 1 H21 


Dally bread : a Christnuw story; E : E. Hale. "The oiled 
feather." Tlie nian who kept himself In repair. Bessie 
Grey; Martha P. Lowe. Christniafl waits in Boston; E: E. 
Hale. Jessica's flntt prayer. 

— and others. Workingmen's homes : essays and 

stories on the homes of men, who work in 
large towns. D. B. 1874. 334 HI 

— ed. BuLFiNCH, E : Age of fable. D. 1882. 

291 Bl 

Hale, Lucretia P. Peterkin papers. D. B. 1883. 

1 JH4 

Hale, Nathan. 1765-1776. Stuart, I. W. Life 
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Hale, Nathan, and C :' ed. Journal of debates and 
proceedings in the convention of delegates, 
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Hale, Salma. History of the U. S., from their 
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Hale, S.. Josepha (Buell). Flora's interpreter, 
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-- Sketch of J.. Taylor. (See Taylor, J.. Pleas- 
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D. 1869. 826 Ml 

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Hale, Susan. Family flight through Spain. O. 

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Hal^vy, Ludovic. Abb^ Gonstantine; tr. by 

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Haley, W : D. Words for the workers, in a series 

of lectures to workingmen, mechanics, and 

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Half a century. Swlsshelm, J.. G. (G.) D. 

1880. 920.5 SI 

Half a million of money. Bdwards, A. B. 

2v.ini. S. 1865. 2 E8 

Half hours with modern scientists : lectures and 

essays. (University series, no. 1-5.) D. ^N.H. 

1871. 504 X 


On the physical basis of life: Prof. T. H. Hnxley. Cor- 
reUitlon of vital and physical fonres; Prof. O. K. Barker. 
As regards protoplasm— reply to Huxley: Ja. Hutcldnson 
SUrlintf. On the hyiMthesls of evolution; Prof. E. D. Cope. 
Scientlrtc addresses: Prof. J : Tyndall. 

— Same. (University series, no. 6—10.) 2 ser. D. 

N.H. 1873. 504 XI 


Action of natural selection on man; Alf. B. Wallace. 
8lK*otrum analysis; Prof. Roscoe. Spectrum analysis In lu 
application to the heaveidy IxMlles; W: Huggins. Spectrum 
analysis as applied to the sun; J. Norman Lockyer. The 
sun and the phenomena of its atmosphere; Prof. C. A. 
Young. The earth a great magnet; Prof. A. M. Mayer. 
The mysteries of the voice and ear; prof. O. N. Rood. 

Hallburton, T: Chandler. {Sam Slick.) At- 
tach^; or, Sam Slick in England. D. n.p. 
n.d. 827 H 

— Clockmaker : sayings and doings of Samuel 
• Slick of Slickville. (Riverside classics.) S. 

B. 1881. 827 HI 

Note. Same as Yankee stories, pt. 1. Life, pref . p. 9. 

— Historical and statistical acct. of Nova-Scotia. 

2 V. O. Halifax, 1829. 971 H 

— Nature and human nature. D. N.Y. n.d. 

827 H2 
-- Old judge ; or, Life in a colony. O. n.p. n.d. 

827 H8 

— Sayings and doings of Samuel Slick, Esq., with 

his opinion on matrimony. D. N.Y. n.d. 

827 H4 

— Wise saws ; or, Sam Slick in search of a wife. 

D. N.Y. n.d. 827 H5 

— Yankee stories, pt. 1 and 2. D. Ph. 1857. 

827 H6 

Halkett, S:, and Lalng, Rev. J: Dictionary of 

the anonymous and pseudonymous literature 

ofGt. Br. V. 1-3, Q. B. 1882-85. R014 H 

V. 1. A-Eye. ». F-N. 3. Q-Tte. 




Hall, A.. Maria (Fielding). Midsummer eve: a 
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— Sketches of Irish character. Q. Nashville, 

1858. 2 HI 


The wlfie thouf^ht. Annie Leslie. Larry Moore. Kate 
Conner. Captain Andy. Take it easy. Lilly O'Brian. 
Peter the prophet. Jack the Rhrlmp. The \&nt of the 
line. We'll nee about it. The liannow iKNitinan. Luke 
O'Brian. Black Dennis. Macgoharty's petition. Father 
Mike. Old Prank. Mary Ryan's daughter. Wooing and 
wedding. The fairy of the forth. The rapparee. Geral- 
dine. Mabel O'Neirs curse. Kelly the piiier. Master 
Ben. Independence. Hospitality. Good spirits and bad. 

— Tales of woman's trials. O. N.Y. 1859. 

2 H2 


The governess. Grace Huntley. The wife of two hus- 
bands. The forced blooms. The mosspits. The old maid. 
The uses of adversity. The merchiuit's daughter. The 
private purse. The curse of property. Lost beauty. The 
vrisdom of forethought. The daily governess. The 
mother. The young person. Bear and forbear. 

— Whiteboy. O. n.p. n.d. 2 H3 
Hall, Arethusa. Life and character of Sylvester 

Judd. anon. O. B. 1854. 922.8 J 

Hall, Basil. Selections from fragments of voy- 
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Hall, Baynard Rust. {Robert Carlton.) Frank 
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1 H22 

— New purchase ; or, Early years in the far West. 

2 ed. 2 V. in 1. D. New Albany, Ind. [1855]. 

1 H23 

Hall, B: Homer. Collection of college words 

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— History of eastern Vt. O. N.Y. 1858. 

974.3 H 

Hall, C: W. Adrift in the ice-flelds. D. B. 

1877. 917.1 H 

— Drifting round the world : a boy's adventures 

by sea and land. O. B. 1882. 910.4 H3 

— Twice taken : an hist, romance of the maritime 

British provinces. D. B. 1867. 1 H24 

Hall, E: B. Memoir of M.. L. Ware, wife of H : 

Ware, jr. 11th thousand. D. B. 1867. 

920.7 W 
Hall, James. (1793-1868.) Memoir of T: Posey. 

{See Sparks' Lib. of Amer. biog. 2 ser. 1844- 

48. v. 9, p. 363-403.) 920.07 LI v.9 

— Wilderness and the war path. 3 v. in 1. D. 

N.Y. 1846. 1 H25 


The black steed of the prairies. The war belt. The new 
moon. The red sky of the morning. The Capuchin. The 
dark maid of Illinois. The Indian hater. Pete Featherton. 

Hall, James. (1811- .) {See U. S.~Interior dept. 
Report on the U. S. and Mexican boundary 
survey. 5 v. Q. 1857-59. v. 1. 

R557 Ul v.l 

Hall, L. Y.t joint author. See Artman, W: 

Hall, Marie (Sibree). Andrew Marvel and his 
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Hall, M.. L. Our world; no. 2: second series of 
lessons in geography. F. B. 1882. 372 H 

Hall, Mrs. Matthew. Royal princesses of Eng- 
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923.1 R6 

Hall, Newman. From Liverpool to St. Louis. 
S. L. 1870. 917.8 HI 

Hall, Robert. 1764-1831. Miscellaneous works 
and remains; with a memoir of his life, by 
Olinthus Gregory. D. L. 1849. 828 H 

— Gregory, Olinthus. Brief memoir of Hall. 

{See Hall, Robert. Miscellaneous works and 
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Hall, S: Carter, and A.. Maria (Fielding). Book 
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Hall, S : Carter. 180^ . Retrospect of a long 
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Hall, Mrs. S: Carter. See Hall, A.. Maria 

Hall, S: Read. L<'.cture8 on school-keeping. D. 
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— Lectures to female teachers, on school-keeping. 

nar. S. B. 1832. 371 H2 

— Lectures to school-masters, on teaching. 4 ed. 

D. B. 18a-^. 371 H3 

Hall, W: W. Fun better than physic; or Every- 
body's life-preserver. D. Springfield, [1871]. 

613 H 

— Guide-board to health, peace, and competence ; 

or, the Road to happy old age. O. Spring- 
field, [1869]. 613 HI 

— Health and disease as affected by constipation, 

and its unmedicinal cure. D. N.Y. 1872. 

613 H2 

— Health by good living. D. N.Y. 1870. 

613 H3 

— How to live long; or, Health maxims, physical, 

mental, and moral. D. N.Y. 1875. 

613 H4 

— Sleep ; or, the Hygiene of the night. D. N.Y. 

1870. 613 H5 

Hallam, Arthur H : Remains in verse and prose, 

with a memoir. D. B. 1863. 828 HI 

Hallam, H : Constitutional history of England, 

from the accession of Henry VII. to the death 

of George II. 7 ed. 3 v. O. B. 1854. 

342.42 H 

— Introduction to the literature of Europe in the 

15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. 4 v. D. N.Y. 
1874. 809 HI 

— Same. 3 v. O. B. 1854. 809 H 

— View of the state of Europe during the Middle 

ages. O. N.Y. 1843. 940 HI 

Hallatt, G. W. Tuxford. Hints on architectural 

draughtsmanship. S. L. 1884. 74t4 H 

Halleck, Fitz-Greene. 1790-1867. Poetical 

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— conip. Selections from the British poets. 2 v. 

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— Wilson, J. G. Life and letters of Halleck. 

D. 1869. 928.1 H 

Haller, Gustave, pseud. See Fould, Mme. W.. 

Josephine Simonin. 
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Halliday, S. B. Lost and found ; or Life among 

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HalllTrell, James Orchard. Dictionary of 

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1865. 423 H 

V. 1. A-I. S. J-Z. 

— ed. Ellis, 6 : Specimens of early English 

metrical romances. D. 1848. 821 E2 

Hallock, C: Sportsman's gazette and general 
guide : the game animals, hirds, and fishes of 
N. Amer ; their hahits and various methods of 
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799 H 

HalloTrell, A.. Davis, ed. James and Lucretia 
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922.8 Ml 

Hallowell, Mrs, Joshua L. See Hallowell, S.. 
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Hamilton^ Antoine, comte d\ Memoirs of the 
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Hamilton, K.. W. Rachel's share of the road. 
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Hamilton, T: Youth and manhood of Cyril 
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Hamlet, prince of Denmark. Shakspere, W: 

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Hamlin, M.. Caroline Watson. Legends of le 

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Hammond, Mrg. E. H. {Henri l)aH(j4.) Fair 

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Hampden, Rcnn Dickscm. Fathers of Greek 

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Hand and ring. Green, A.. K. D. 1883. 

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Hand ; its mechanism and vital endowments as 

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Handbook of blunders. Ballard, H. H. S. 

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Handbook .of health, anon. Tt. L. 1840. 

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Handel, G:F: 1(}84-1750. Marshall, if r«. Ju- 
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Hands, not hearts. Wilkinson, J. W. O. n.d. 

2 W17 

Handsome Lawrence. Dudevant, A. L. A. (D. 
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Handy-book of the British museum. Nichols, 
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Hanley, Sylvanus, ed. Caliphs and Sultans, be- 
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Hannah, anon. Craik, D. M. (M). D. n.d. 

2 C82 

Hannah Tarne ; by the author of Mr. Greysmith. 

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Hannah Thurston. Taylor, Bayard. D. 18()8. 

1 T2 
Hannay, D: Ned Allen; or, the Past age. O. 

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Hannay, James. Singleton Fontenoy, R. N. 

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Hannibal, b.c. 247-183. Abbott, Jacob, His- 
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Hans and Bertie. Franklin, Josephine. D. 

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Hans Breitmann's ballads. Leland, C : G. O. 

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Hans Brinker. Dodge, M.. E.. (M.) D. 1884. 

1 JD13 

Hansard, T : Curson, and others. History of the 

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Happy boy. Bj5rnson, Bjornstjerne. D. 1881. 

839.8 B5 
Happy days. anon. ^ S. B. 18(«. 1 JX7 

Happy home. Hamilton, Ja. S. 1874. 

244 H 

Happy thoughts. Burnand, F. C. S. 1875. 

2 B82 

Haps and mishaps of a tour in Europe. Lippin- 

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Harbinger of health. Davis, A. J. 18 ed. D. 

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Hard cash. Reade, C : D. 1875. 2 R16 

Hard heart. Dannenberg, G : D. 1884. 

3 Dl 
Hard-scrabble of Elm Island. Kellogg, Eli- 
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Hard times. Dickens, C : J : H. {See author's 

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Harder, L: Family feud; tr. by Mrs. A. L. 

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T: W: 
Hardinan, F: Student of Salamanca, anon. 

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— tr. Jbrrman, E : Pictures from St. Peters- 

burg. D. 1852. 914.7 J 

Hardw^icke's science-gossip : an illustrated me- 
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Hardy, iMdy Duffus. See Hardy, M.., lady. 

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Hardy, M... lady. Daisy Nichol. O. N.Y. 1871. 

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Hardy, T: Desperate remedies. (Leisure hour 

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Hardy, T: — continued. 

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:N.Y. 1881. 2 H20 

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N.Y. 1873. 2 H21 

— Return of the native. (Leisure hour series.) 

S. N.Y. 1878. 2 H22 

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N.Y. 1880. 2 H23 

— Two on a tower. (Leisure hour series.) S. 

N.Y. 1882. 2 H24 

— Under the greenwood tree : a rural painting of 

the Dut<jh school. (Leisure hour series.) 8. 
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Hare, A : Julius C : Cities of Northern and Cen- 
tral Italy. 3v. D. N.Y. 1876. 914.5 H 

— Cities of Southern It*ily and Sicily. D. N.Y. 

n.d. 914.5 HI 

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914.5 H2 

— Florence. D. L. n.d. 914.5 H8 

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— Sketches in Holland and Scandinavia. D. 

N.Y. [1884]. 914.8 H 

— Studies in Russia. D. N.Y. n.d. 914.7 H 

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914.2 HI 

— Walks in Rome. 5 Araer. ed. D. N.Y. 1876. 

914.5 H5 

— ed. Sterling, J : Essays and tales. 2 v. O. 

1848. 828 88 

Hare, A : W:, joint author. See Hare, Julius C : 

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Harem life in Egypt and Constantinople. Lott, 
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Harg^reaves, J: G: Blunders of vice and folly. 
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Harland, Marion, pseud. See Terhune, M.. Vir- 
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Harmonial man. Davis, A. J. D. 1873. 

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Harness, W: 1790-18(59. Remixiscknces. {See 
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Harold : a drama. Tennyson, Alfred, baron. 
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Harold, the last of the Saxon kings. Lytton, 
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Harper brothers, pub. Harper's cyclopaidia of 
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821 H3 

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Harper's new monthly magazine, 1850-date. v. 
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C:A. DuRFBK. Q. N.Y. 1881. R050 H 
Harper's story books. See Abbott, Jacob. 
Harper's weekly journal of civilization, O. 1, 

1881-date. v. 25-date. F«- N.Y. 1881-date. 

R071 H 
Harper's young people : weekly, 1881-date. v. 

2-date. Q. N.Y. 1881-date. 051 HI 

Harrington. Edgeworth, Maria. Tales and 

novels. 20 v. in 10. D. 1858-59. v. 9. 

2 KQ V.9 
Harris, Amanda B. Barnyard folks, and a 

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— How we went bird's-nesting: field, wood, and 

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598.2 H 

— Pleasant authors for young folks. (Little biog- 

raphies, 1 ser.) D. B. [1884]. 928.2 P7 
Harris, Joel Chandler. Mingo, and other 
sketches in black and white. D. B. 1884. 

1 H85 


Minffo : a nketch of life In middle Gforgla. At Tea^iie 
Poteet*8: a sketch of the Hog Mountain range. Blue Dave. 
A piece of land. 

— Nights with Uncle Remus : myths and legends 

of the old plantation. D. B. 1883. 

398.3 H 

— Uncle Remus ; his songs and his sayings : the 

folk-lore of the old plantation. D. N.Y. 1883. 

398.3 HI 

Harris, J: Man primeval; or, the Constitution 

and primitive condition of the human being. 

D. B. 1866. 571 H 

— Patriarchy ; or, the Family ; its constitution 

and probation. D. B. 1855. 321 H 

— Pre-Adamite earth : contributions to theologi- 

cal science. D. B. 1851. 213 H 

Harris, Miriam (Cole). Missey. anon. D. 

N.Y. 1880. 1 H3d 

— Perfect Adonis, anon. D. N.Y. 1875. 

1 H37 

— PhoBbe. anon. D. B. 1884. 1 H38 

— Roundhearts, and other stories. D. N.Y. 

1867. 1 H39 


Roundhearts. The Christmas sister. The boy regiment. 
Willy CoUlns. 

— Rutledge. D. N.Y. 1883. 

1 H40 

Harris, Miriam (Cole). — continued. 

— St. Philips, anon. D. N.Y. 1870. 1 H41 

— Sutherlands. anon. D. N-Y. 1862. 1 H42 
Harris, Thaddeus W : Treatise on some of the 

insects of New England, which are injurious 
to vegetation. 2 ed. O. B. 1852. 632 H 

Harris, W : C, ed. Foster, D : Scientific an- 
gler. D. 1883. 799 Fl 

Harris, Lieut. W: C. Prison-life in the tobacco 
warehouse at Richmond. D. Ph. 1862. 

973.7 H2 

Harris, Sir W : Cornwallis, bart. Highlands of 
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916.3 H 
Harris, «S'ir W: Snow, bart. Rudimentary mag- 
netism, nar. D. L. 1850. 538 H 

— Rudimentary treatise on galvanism, and the 

general principles of animal and voltaic elec- 
tricity, nar. D. L. 1856. 537 H 

Harris institute — Library, Woonsocket, R. L 
Catalogue, comprising subject, author, and title 
lists. O. Providence, 1883. R017 H 

Harrison, Agnes. Martin's vineyard. (Tauch- 
nitz ed.) S. Lpz. 1874. 2 H26 

Harrison, Mrs. Burton N. ^'ee Harrison, Con- 
stance (Cary). 

Harrison, Constance (Cary). Old-fashioned fairy 
book. S. N.Y. 1884. 

398.4 H 

— Story of Helen Troy. anon. D. N.Y. 1881. 

1 H43 

— Woman's handiwork in modern homes, nar. 

O. n.p. 1881. 747 H 

Harrison, F. As good as gold. S. L. n.d. 

2 JH2 

— Her very own. S. L. n.d. 2 JH3 
Harrison, I. H :, tr. Kriloff, I. A. Fables. D. 

1883. 891.73 K 

Harrison, James Albert. Spain. D. B. [1881]. 

946 H 

— Spain in profile : a summer among the olives 

and aloes. S. B. 1879. 914.6 H2 

Harrison, Jennie. Old back room. S. N.Y. 

n.d. 244 HI 

Harrison, Jonathan Baxter. Certain dangerous 

tendencies in Amer. life, and [7] other papers. 

anon. D. B. 1880. 330 H 

Harrison, Mrs. — . (Kingsley). {Lucax Malet), 

Colonel Enderby's wife. D. N.Y. 1885. 

2 H27 

— Mrs. Lorimer : a sketch in black and white. D. 

N.Y. 1883. 2 H28 

Harrison, Robert, Joint autAor. See Gostwick, 

Harrison, Mrs. W: See Harrison, Mrs. -— . 

Harry : [a poem], anon. 2 ed. S. N.Y. 1877. 

821 X2 
Harry Blount. Hamerton, P. G. S. 1875. 

2 JH 
Harry Dangerfield. Tucker, CM. S. 1862. 

2 JT18 




Harry Heathcoto of Gangoil. Trollope, An- 
thony. O. 1874. 2 T50 
Harry Hope's holidays. Burgess, J. T. S. n.d. 

2 JB28 

Harry liorrequer. Lever, C : J. D. [1872.] 

2 L29 

Harry Preston : a story for boys. anon. D. L. 

n.d. 2 JX18 

Harry's vacation. Bichards, W: C. D. 1883. 

1 JB2 
Harry's winter with the Indians. Campbell, 

H.. (S.) D. 1879. 1 JC2 

Harsha, Judf/e — . Ploughed under: a story of 
an Indian chief toUl by himself; with an in- 
trod. by Inshta Theamba. ("Bright eyes.") 
anon. D. N.Y. 1881# 1 L 

Harsha, D : Addison. Life of John Bunyan. D. 
Ph. 1871. 928.2 B8 

— Most eminent orators and statesmen of ancient 

and modern times. 2 ed. O. N.Y. 1857. 

923.2 M8 

Hart, Mrs. — . Miss Hitchcock's wedding dress. 

anon. D. n.p. n.d. 2 H29 

— Very young couple, anon. S. N.Y. 1874. 

2 H30 
Harte, Bret. See Harte, Francis Bret. 
Harte, Francis Bret. By shore and sedge. S. 

B. 1885. 1 H44 

\n aixMtle of the Tulen. Sarah Walker. A 8hip of '49. 

— Condensed novels. D. B. 1880. 

Con tent a. 

X H45 

HamUome 1« as ha]id.soiiie cloefl. Luthaw. Miiok-a- 
miick. Terence DeiiNille. Selhia Sedilia. The ninety-nine 
guardsmen, The dweller on the threshold. 'Ilie haunted 
nian. Mitw Mix. (iuy Heavystone. Mr. Midshipman 
Breezy. John Jenkins. No Utle. N. N. Fantiue. "La 
femme." Mary Moliillap. 

— Echoes of the foot-hills. D. B. 1875. 

811 H2 

— Flip, and Found at Blazing star. S. B. 1882. 

1 H46 

Flip : a California roiminoc. Found at Ulazlng star. 

— In the Carquinez woods. 4 ed. S. B. 1884. 

1 H47 

— Luck of Roaring camp, and other sketches. D. 

B. 1870. 1 H48 

— Mrs. Skagg's husbands, and other sketches. 

D. B. 1873. 1 H49 


Mni. Skagg's hnf<lMind». How 8ant4i ChiUH came to 
Sinii)8on'8 bar. The jirincess Bob and her friend?. The 
llhid of Sandv Imr. Mr. TlmmiwonV pnuligal. The ro- 
mau(!e of Matlrofio hollow. The ix)et of Sierra flat. The 
(?hri»tinaii gift that came to Kuiiert. Urban sketches. 
Legemto and tales. 

— On the frontier. 

S. B. 1884. 

1 H50 

. .\t the mlwion of San Carmel. A blue grass Penelope. 
Left out on Lone Star mountfiiii. 

— Poems. D. B. 1871. 811 H3 

— Snow-bound, at Eagles. S. B. 1886. 1 H51 

— Story of a mine. S. B. 1878. 1 H52 


Harte, Francis Bret — continued. 

— Tales of the Argonauts, and other sketches. 

D. B. 1875. 1 H53 


The rose of Tuolumne. A passage In the life of Mr. John 
Oakhurst. Wan I^h', tlie pagan. How old man Plunkett 
went home. The f<K»l of Five forks. Baby Sylvester. An 
episode of Flddletowii. A Jersey centenarian. 

Hartley, Cecil, ed. Aikin, J:, and Babbauld, 
A.. L. (A.) Evenings at home. D. n.d. 

828 A2 
Hartley, Cecil B. Gentlemen's book of etiquette 
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Hawthorne, Nathaniel. 1804-1864. Blithedale 

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Hawthorne, Nathaniel — continued. 

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Dolllver romance. Sketi-lieR from meinorv. Fmgracnta 
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Howe'8 m:uHiuenule. Edward Randolph's portrait. Liuly 
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923.1 P4 

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2 V. D. B. im>. 1 H70 

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IntnMlnctory note. The old manwe. The birthmark. A 
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5 net. Drowne's wootlen image. The intelligem^ office. 
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— Same. 2 v. S. B. 1876. 1 H72 

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D. n.p. n.d. 914.2 H3 

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D. B. 1870. 917.4 H 

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D. B. 1882. 1 JH14 


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— Same, (Iti author^ a Our old home. 2 v. in 1. D. 

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— Same. (In author^s House of seven gables. D. 

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— Tales of the White Hills. (In Fields, J. T: 

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The great stone face. Tlie great carbuncle. Tlie am- 
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Whole hlntory of srandfatlier'H chair. Biographical 
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A virtnono's collection. The celestial railroad. A select 

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Hawthorne, Sophia Amelia (Pealxxly). 1811- 

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Hay, M.. Cecil. Arundel motto. O. N.Y. 1877. 

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Hays, Mrs. W. J. See Hays, Mrs. H.. 
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Hayward, J : New England gazetteer ; contain- 
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He and she ; or, a Poet's portfolio. Story, W : W. 

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Head, Sir Francis Bond, hart. Bubbles from the 

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Head, Sir Francis Bond, hart. — continued. 

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Head of the family. Cralk, D. M. (M.) D. n.d. 

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Headland home ; or, a Soul's pilgrimage. Les- 

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Headley, Joel Tyler. Adirondack ; or, Life in 

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Headley, Phineas Camp. Massachusetts In the 
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Heads and tails: studies and stories of pets. 
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Headship of Christ. Miller, Hugh. D. 1863. 

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Headsman. Cooper, J. F. D. 1873. 1 C38 

Heady, Morrison. (Uncle Junindl.) Farmer 
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Health trip to the tropics. Willis, N. P. D. 
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Healthy houses. Kassie, W: D. 1872. 

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Hearn, Lafcadio. Stray leaves from stray litera- 
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Heart of Mid-Lothian. Scott, Sir Wa., hart. 
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2 845 
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The bonieHtead on the hillitlde. Riee eorner. The (ill- 
IktIm; or, Itlt-e corner nunitMT two. The llinnkKgivinK 
purtv and it a conM'queneeM. The old red houHe anu>iig the 
niouutaiuM. (Uen'H cn'ek. The K^ble-nHired liouae at 

— Hugh Worthington. D. N.Y. 1883. 

1 H105 

— 'Lena Rivers. D. N.Y. 1884. 1 H106 

— Madeline. D. N.Y. 1884. 1 H107 

— Marian CJ rey ; or, the Heiress of Redstone hall. 

D. N.Y. ISSA. 1 H108 

— Meadow brook. D. N.Y. 1884. 1 H109 

— Mildred. D. N.Y. 1877. 1 HllO 

— Millbank ; or, Roger Irving's ward. D. N.Y. 

imi. 1 Hill 

— Queenie Hetherton. D. N.Y. 1884. 1 H112 

— Rector of St. Mark's. {See author's West Lawn. 

D. 1881. p. 281-413.) 1 H115 

— Rose Mather. D. N.Y. 1884. 1 HI 13 

— Tempest and sunshine ; or, Life in Kentucky. 

D. N.Y. 1884. 1 HI 14 

— West Lawn. D. N.Y. 1881. 1 HI 15 
Holmes, Oliver Wemlell. 180{>- . Autocrat of 

the breakfast table, anon. D. B. 1884. 

818 H 

— Border lines of knowledge in some provinces 

of me<lical science. O. B. 1862. 610 HI 

— Currents and counter-currents in medical 

science, with other addresses and essays. O. 
B.imi. 610 H2 

— Elsie Venner : a romance of destiny. 22 ed. 

O. B. 18»4. 1 H116 




Holmes, Oliver WendeU^continued. 

— Guardian angel . D. B. 18G7. 1 H 1 1 7 

— Iron gate, and other poems. D. B. 1881. 

811 H14 

— John Lothrop Motley: a memoir. D. B. 1879. 

928.1 Ml 

— Mechanism in thought and morals, with not^es 

and afterthoughts. I). B. 1871. 170 H3 

— Memorial sketch of Clarke. (See Clarke, E : 

H. Visions. D. 1878. pref. p. 7-22.) 

535 CI 

— Pages of an old volume of life: a collection of 

essays, 1857-1881. D. B. 1883. 814 Hll 

— Poems. S. B. 1852. 811 H15 

— Poet at the breakfast table, anon. O. B. 1872. 

818 HI 

— Poetical works. (Household ed.) D. B. 1884. 

811 H13 

— Professor at the breakfast t-able, with the story 

of Iris. anon. 27 ed. D. B. 18H(. 

1 H118 

— Ralph Waldo Emerson. (American men of 

letters.) D. B. 1885. 921.1 El 

— Songs in many keys. ed. D. B. 18fi2. 

811 H16 

— Songs of many seasons, 18G2-1874. D. B. 1875. 

811 H17 

— Soundings from the Atlantic. D. B. 18(>4. 

814 H12 

— Brown, E..B. Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes. 

D. [1884.] 928.1 H5 

— ICbnnkdy, W. S. Oliver Wendell Holmes. D. 

1883. 928.1 H6 
Holmes, Rachel (Scott Russell), and Eleanor, tr. 

Berlioz, Hector. Autobiography. 2 v. D. 

1884. 927.8 B3 
Hoist, Hermann von. Constitutional and polit- 
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v. 4. O. Chic. 1885. 342.73 H2 

ISSO-IHM. Conii)roinL<Mi of 1890— KanMiR-N«braftkH bUl. 

— Jolin C. Calhoun. (American statc^smen.) D. 

B. 1882. 923.2 CI 

Holstein, Anne Louise Germain Necker de Stael. 

See Star^l-Holstein, Anne Louise Germain 

Necker, haronne de. 
Holstein, H. L. Villaume Dncoudray. Memoirs 

of Simon Bolivar. O. B. 18:^0. 923.1 B 
Holt, E: Public life of George III. 2 v. O. 

L. 1820. 923.1 G7 

Holt, Emily S.. Lord mayor: a tale of London, 

ini:»4. D. N.Y.n.d. 2 H56 

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N.Y.n.d. 2 H57 

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century tale, of the court of Scotland. D. 

N.Y. n.d. 2 H58 

Holt,H:,tr. About, E. F. V. Man with the 

broken ear. S. 1873. 4 A2 

Holt, J: Saunders. Abraham Page, Esq. anon. 

D. Ph. 1868. 1 HI 19 

Holtlng, Gustav, joint author. See Schmidt, 

Holtzapifel, C: Turning and mechanical 
manipulation, intended as a work of general 
reference and prac^tical instruction on the 
lathe. G v. O. L. 185()-0G. 621.9 H 


V. 1. MiiU^rialH; tlu'lr differt'iww*, choU**, and pn*par»- 
tlon, viiiioiiH iiKKlefl of working them, generally wllhuut 
ciittlnK UmiIn. 

2. llie i»rlneliilei< of oonAtrnetfon, action, and apiilieiu 
Uon of c'uttiiiK t<M)lA uHiHl by hand; and alMo, of luaciiineii 
derlvett from the hand toolM. 

3. Abranlve and niliu'ellanoonfl iiroeewieH, wliich 
caimot be aecompliflhed with cutting toolK. 

yote.—v. 4-6 wanting. 

Holy and profane states. Fuller, T: nar. S. 

18(}4. 824 F7 

Holy living and dying. Taylor, Jeremy. V. 

1S50. 241 T 

Holyoke, Hetty, pseud. See Guild, Caroline 

Snowden (Whitmarsh). 
Home. anon. Sedgivick, CM. S. 1835. 

1 85 
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1800. 815 HI 

Home and school, anon. Bramston, M.. D. 

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Home, ami Strife and peace. Bremer, Fred- 

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1 P29 

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728 F 

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Home influence. Agullar, G.. D. 1876. 

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Home library. Matthews, J. B. (In Apple- 
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640 A V.3 

Home life: a journal. Sew^ell, E.. M. O. 
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Home life and influence. Eliot, W:G. D. 
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Home-life in Germany. Brace, C: L. D. 
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Home life : what it is, and what it needs. Ware, 

J:F. W. D. 1864. 173 W 

Home ma<le happy, anon. D. n.p. n.d. 

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1 D35 
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Home scenes and heart studies. Ag^uilar, G.. 
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Home studies in nature. Treat, M.. D. 1885. 

598.2 T 

Homer. Iliad; done into Eng. prose by An- 
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— Same; tr. into Eng. blank verse, by W : Cow- 

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883 H 

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len Bryant. 2 v. Q. B. 1871. 883 H2 

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880 CI 
Homer: the Odyssey. Collins, W: L. P. 

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Homes and haunts of the most eminent British 

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Homes, and how to make them. Gardner, E. C. 

S. 1874. 728 G 

Homes of the New World. Bremer, Fredrika. 

2y. D. 1854. 917.3 B4 

Homes without hands. Wood, J : G : Q. 1874. 

591.6 W 
Homespun; or. Five and twenty years ago. 

Hill, G : C. D. 1867. 394 H 

Homespun stories. MoncrielT, R. H. D. 

1883. 2 JM27 

Homestead on the hillside, and other stories. 

Holmes, M.. J.. (H.) D. 1884. 1 H104 
Homeward bound. * Cooper, J. F. D. 1873. 

1 C41 
Homo sum. Ebers, G: S. 1881. 3 E3 

Homoselle. anon. Tlernan, Mrs. M. F. D. 

1881. 1 T24 

Hone, W: Every-day book ; or, the Guide to the 

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Honeyman, A. V. D., ed. Millkr, C. H. Dan- 

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Hood, C : Practical treatise on warming build- 
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Hood, Edwin Paxton. Isaac Watts ; his life and 
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Hood, T: 1798-1845. Poems. D. N.Y. 1852. 

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7^56.) 821 H14 v.l 

Hood, T:, Jr., Jo me ed. See Broderip, Frances 

Hook, James. Pen Owen. anon. D. Iklin. 

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Hooker, R : 1553-1600. Works ; with an acct. 

of his life, by I : Walton. 2 v. O. Ox. 1865. 

262 HI 

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Hooker, Worthington. Child's book of nature, 

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Hooper, L.. Tsar's window, anon. (No name 
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Hooper, Lucy Hamilton (Jones). Under the tri- 
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— tr. Daudbt, Alphonse. Nabob. D. 1878. 

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Hoose, James H. On the province of methods of 

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Hoosier mosaics. Thompson, Maurice. S. 

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Hoosier school-boy. Eggleston, E : D. 188^). 

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Hoosier school-master. Egg^leston, E: D. 

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Hope, Ascott R., pseud. See MoncrlefT, Robert 

Hope, T: Anastasius; or, Memoirs of a Greek, 

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— Costume of the ancients. 2 v. Q. L. 1841. 

391 H 




Hope Campbeli. BeU, C. D. S. 1806. 

2 B25 

Hope deferred. Pollard, E. F. O. 1872. 

2 P38 

Hope Leslie, anon. Sedgwick, CM. 2 v. D. 

1872. 1 86 

Hope Meredith. Stephenson, E. (T.) O. 1875. 

2 S92 
Hope Mills ; or, Between friend and sweetheart. 

Douglas, A. M. D. n.d. 1 D36 

Hope on! hope ever! Howitt, M.. (B.) 8. 

1841. 2 JH7 

Hopes and fears, anon. Yonge, CM.. 2 v. D. 

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Hopes and fears for art. Morris, W : D. 1882. 

704 M 
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Cobbe, F. P. D. 1876. 237 C 

Hopkins, EUice. Work amongst working men. 

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Hopkins, Man ley. Hawaii ; the past, present, 

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Hopkins, M : Lectures on moral science. O. 

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Hopkins, S: Puritans; or, the church, court, 
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of Edward VI. and Queen Elizabeth. 3 v. O. 
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Hopper, I : Tatem. 1771-1852. Child, L. M. (F.) 
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922.8 H 

Hoppln, A : Fashionable sufferer ; or, Chapters 
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Hoppin, B:, <r. Nibbuhr, B. G: Greek hero- 
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Hoppin, James Mason. Life of And. Hull Foote. 
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— Old England : its scenery, art, and people. 

7 ed. D. B. 188;^. 914.2 H6 

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Hoppus, M.. A. M. Great treason : a story of the 

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2 H62 

Horace. {Latin tQuintu»Hor alius Flaccu».) b. c. 

66-8. Odes ; tr. into Eng. verse, with a life and 

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Horse lyricne, and divine songs. Watts, I: D. 
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Horn, F : Winkel. History of the literature of 
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Home, B: H:, ed. New spirit of the age. D. 
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Horrocks, Mrs. G :, Cr. Mbnzel, Wolfgang. His- 
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Hori;ritz, B. Chess studies and end games, 

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Hosmer, James Kendall. Color-guard. D. B. 

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Hospital sketches. Alcott, L.. M. D. 1884. 

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Hoodin, Robert J : Eue^^ne. Secrets of conjur- 
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Houi^, Franklin B. See U. 8. — Dept. of atjricul- 

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Hoai^ton, Osgood, and co., pub. New England : 

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Sweetzer. D. B. 1879. 910.2 H 

Hovr and the man. Martlneau, Harriet. O. 

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Hoar will come. Hillem, Wilhelmine von. S. 

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Hoars of thought on sacred things. Marti neau, 

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Household of Bouverie. amm. WArfleld, C. 

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Houssaye, Arsene. Life in Paris: letters on art, 
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— Men and women of tlie 18th century. 2 v. I>. 

N.Y. 1852. 920.04 Ml 

Houston n, Mr». M. C. Texas, and the Gulf of 
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Hovey, Alvali. Memoir of the life and times of 
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Hovey, Horace Carter. Celebrated American 
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Homr Billy went up in the world. Noble, A. L. 

D. 1883. 1 JNS 

How tH>uld he escape. Wright, J. (McN.) I). 

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How could he help it. Roe, A. S. D. 1873. 

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How crops grow. Johnson, S: W: D. [1868.] 

631 J 

How I crossed Africa. Serpa Pin Co, A. A. da 

R. O. 1881. 916.7 P 

How Marjory helpe<l. Caroll, Martha. D. 

1874. 1 JC4 

How not to l>e sick. Bellow^s, A. J. 2 ed. D. 

m^. 613 B 

Hofv plants grow. Gray, Asa. 3 ed. D. 1859. 

580 Gl 
How shall I govern my school ? Wines, E. C. 

D. is:«. 371.5 W 

How should I pronounce? Phjrfe^ W: H: P. 

S. 1885. 421 P 

How spring came in New England. {See War- 
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How success is won. Bolton, Jfrf. S.. K. D. 

1885. 920.07 H 

How they strike me, these authors. Heywood, 

J. C. D. 1877. 814 H4 

How to do it. HaIe,E:E. D. 1871. 

177 H 




How to get strong, and how to stay so. Blalkie, 

W: S. [1^9.] 613 B3 

How to help the poor. Fields, A. (A.) D. 1884. 

339 Fl 
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How to live long. Hall, W : W. D. 1875. 

613 H4 
How to make money, and how to keep it. 

Davies, T:A. D. 1875. 658 D 

How to take care of our eyes. Angell, H: G. 

3ed. S. 1878. 616 A 

How to teach. Kiddle, H:, and others. D. 

1877. 371.3 K 

How to write letters. Westlake, J. W. D. 

1883. 808 W 

Ho^v we went hirds'-nesting. Harris, A. B., 

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Howadji in Syria. Curtis, G : W : D. 1852. 

915.6 C 
Ho'ward, Blanche Willis. Aulnay tower. D. 

B. 1885. 1 H123 

— Aunt Serena. D. B. 1881. 1 H124 

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Kingsley, C -.—continued. 

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Kingston, W : H : Giles— continued. 

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Kinley Hollow. HoUister, G. H. S. 1882. 

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Kirkland, Miss E. S. Dora's housekeeping. 

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Kirwan, Andrew Valentine. Modern France; 

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Kirwan, Daniel Joseph. Palace and hovel ; or. 

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Kismet, anon. Fletclier, J. C. ^' ^'^' y^lS 

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Klunzinger, C: B: Upper Egypt; its people 

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Knappy S: Lorenzo. Biographical sketches of 
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Knight, Mrs. H.. C. Life of James Montgomery. 
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