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ALPHABETIC CATALOG 



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ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL LIBRARY. 



AUTHORS, TITLES AND SUBJECTS. 



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Compiled under direction of the Board of Trustees of the Library, 
by the Librarian, Mrs. Jessie Palmer Weber. 



SPRINGFIELD, ILL. 
JPhii/Lips Bros., State Pbintbes. 

1900. 



ILLINOIS STATE HISTOEICAL LIBEARY, 

SPEINGFIELD, ILLINOIS. 

NOBTH ROOM OF THE STATE LIBEABT. 



Organized Novembke 25, 1889. 



BOAED Of'^TEUSTEES. 

1889-1890. 1891-1892. 1893-1894. 1894-1896. 

Hon. H. W. Beckwith, Pres't. Hon. Lambeet Teee, President. 

Aethue Edwaeds, Hon. Robeet A. Geay, 

F. E. Leonaed, Secretary. Hon. J. Nick Peerin. 

Hcn. W. L, Geoss, Wm. H. Snydee, 

vice Leonard, resigned. vice Perrin, resigned 1896. 

1897-1900. 

Hon. H. W. Beckwith, President. 
Edmund J. James, Ph. D., Vice President. 
Hon. Geoege N. Black, Secretary. 



INTRODUCTION. 



This catalog includes all the books and pamphlets in the Illinois 
State Historical Library with the exception of the U. S. Govern- 
ment publications. A few of the publications of the government are 
cataloged under the subjects of which they treat. The Library is 
a depository for government publications, and is receiving them as 
they are sent out by the superintendent of public documents. This 
Library is a special collection and the cataloger has endeavored to 
bear in mind the fact that the primary object of the Library and its 
catalog is to show forth the history of Illinois. JEach book is 
entered under the name of the author, compiler or publisher, under 
the first word of the title, except the articles a and the, and under 
the subject of which 'it treats. The subject "Biography" has been 
very liberally interpreted, and works by an author, as well as the 
lives and memoirs of which he is the subject have been grouped under 
his name in its alphabetical place under the subject "Biography." 
Biography includes both individual and collective biography as fur- 
nishing the most information in a collection of this nature. In cases 
where the subject is a person of prominence, and where more than 
one life or memoir is cataloged, reference is made from the name 
of the individual in its alphabetic order to biography. The collec- 
tion of Lincolniana has been cataloged with special minuteness. 
Manuscripts are cataloged in the same manner as books. At the 
close of the volume will be found a list of pictures, and other articles 
of historic interest which can not be cataloged in a list of books. 
The Librarian acknowledges indebtedness to the catalog of the 
Cleveland Public Library. 



CATALOG. 



ALPHABETICALLY AEKANGED BY AUTHORS, TITLES AND SUBJECTS. 



A-B-C of money. Carnegie, Andrew. 
Reprinted with additions from 
Nortii American Review. Pam. 
12°. N.T 1891 

Abbot, Lieut. H. L. and Humphrey, 
Capt. A. A. Report upon the phys- 
ios and hydraulics of the Miss. 
River. lU. S. Gov. Pubs. 8°- 
Washington 1867 

Abbott, Abbott A. The assassination 
and death of Abraham Lincoln. 
Pam. 12°. N. Y 1865 

Abbott, John S. C. Life of Gen. U. 

S.Grant. 12°. Boston 1868 

Abolition of slavery. See Slavery, 
War Rebellion and kindred sub- 
jects. 

Aboriginal races of Noth America. 
Drake. Samuel G. 15th ed. 8°. 
N. Y 1880 

Abr6g6 de la Revolution de TAm^ri- 
queAngloise. Par. M. — . Am6r- 
icain. (DuBoisson). 12°. Paris. 1778 

Ab-sa-ba-ka, Land of massacre. Car- 
rington. Col. Henry B., ed. Nar- 
rative of Margaret [rvin Carring- 
ton. 4th ed., revised and enlarged, 
with maps. 12° Phila 1878 

Abstract of a report on Illinois coals. 
Norwood, J. G. From 111. Geol. 
Survey. 8°. Chicago 1858 

Accompaniment toMitchell's reference 
and distance map of tJie U. S. 
Index to counties, districts, town- 
ships, towns, rivers, etc. General 
view of the U. S., states, territor- 
ies, internal improvements, etc. 
Mitchell & Hinman, pubs. 8°. 
Phila 1835 

Account of a colony founded in Illinois 
about 1836, by citizens of Rhode 
Island.. Angell, G. M., M. D. 
Manuscript 



Account of an expedition from Pitts- 
burgh to the Rocky Mountains, in 
1819-20, compiled from the notes 
of Maj. S. H. Long, commander 
of the expedition, and those of 
McLay and others of the party. 
James, Edwin, comj). With maps. 
3v. 8°. London 1823 

Account of the discoveries in the West 
until 1519, and of voyages along 
the Atlantic coast of North Amer- 
ica, 1520 to 1573. Robinson. Con- 
roy. Publn. Va. Hist. & Phil. 
Soc. 8°. Richmond 1848 

Account of the escape of six Federal 
soldiers from prison at Danville, 
Va. , in winter of 1863-64. Newlin, 
Wm. H. 8°. Cincinnati 1877 

Account of the European settlements 
in America. History of discovery 
of that part of the world ; manners, 
customs, etc., of original inhabi- 
tants. Spanish settlements. Por- 
tugese settlements . French, 
Dutch and Danish settlements. 
English settlements. Burke, Ed- 
mund. 3ded. 2v. 8° London.. 1760 

Account of the expeditions to the 
sources of the Mississippi, and 
through western parts of Louisi- 
ana to sources of the Arkansaw, 
Kansas, IjaPlatte and Pierre Jaun 
rivers, performed by order U. S. 
government in 1805, 1806 and 1807. 
AUo.Si. tour through interior parts 
of New Spain, when conducted 
through provinces by order of the 
Captain General in 1807. Maps 
and charts. Pike, if aj. Z. M. 8°. 
Phila 1810 

— Another edition. 4°. London 1811 



ACCOUNT. 



ADVANCE. 



Account of the hardships and suffer- 
ings of that band of herofis who 
traversed the wilderness in the 
campaign against Quebec in 1775. 
Henry, John Joseph. 12° Lan- 
caster, Pa 1812 

— Another edition, with memoir of 

the author. 12°. Albany 1877 

Account of the remarkable occurrences 
in the life and travels of Col. 
James Smith during his captivity 
with the Indians, 1755-59. Narra- 
tive by Col. Smith. Appendix 
and illustrative notes by Wm. M. 
Darlington. (Ohio Valley Hist. 
Series, No. 6). 8°. Cincinnati.. 1870 

Account of the Spanish settlements in 

America. Anon. 12°. Edinburgh.. 1762 

Account of the United States of Amer- 
ica. Holmes, Isaac. 8°. London. 1823 

Account of the voyages and travels of 
Captains Lewis and Clark, 1804- 
5-6. Fisher, Wm. 12°. Baltimore 1812 

AciaTZEHN yahre in Peoria. Mit elner 
historischen Einleitung in vier 
heften. Heft, Erstes. Pam. 8°. 
Peoria 1869 

Ackerman, Wm. K. Early Illinois 
railroads. (Fergus Hist. Series, 
No. 23.) Paper. 12° Chicago.... 1884 

AcME-haversack of song and patriotic 
eloquence. Redington, J. C. 0., 
pub. Apr., 1887, Jan., 1888. Nov.. 
1889, and Nov., 1891. Pams 

Acquisition of the Philippine Islands. 
Speech in U. S. House of Repre- 
sentatives, Feb. 13, 1899. (U. S. 
Gov. Pubs.) Mann, Hon. Jas. R. 
Pam. 8°. Washington 1899 

Across the continent. A summer's 
journey to the Rocky Mountains, 
the Mormons and the Pacific 
States, with Speaker Colfax. 
Bowles, Samuel. 12°. Spring- 
field, Mass 1865 

Act for the organization and govern- 
ment of the militia of this State 
(Illinois) passed Mar. 2, 1833, to- 
gether with the articles of war 
and the rules and regulations for 
the government of the army of 
the U. S. Published by authority. 
Printed by John York Sawyer, 
Public Printer. 12°. Vandalia. . . 1833 

Act to establish and maintain a gen- 
eral system of internal improve- 
ment, with supplementary acts; 
passed at a General Assembly of 
Illinois begun and held at Van- 
dalia, Dec. 5, 1836. Pam. 8°. 
Vandalia 1837 



Acts of legislature. See Illinois, 
Laws and Government. 

Adaib, Capt. John M. Historical 
sketch of the 45th 111. Regt, Inf. 
Vols. 8°. Lanark 1869 

Adams, Chas. Francis. Life, notes and 
illustrations of John Adams, to 
accompany the "Works of John 
Adams" 10 v. 8°. Boston 185S 

Adams, Chas. Kendall. The limita- 
tions of reform. Baccalaureate 
address at University of Wiscon- 
sin, June 17, 1894. Paper. 8°. 
Madison, Wis 1894 

Adams, Henry. History of the U. S. 
from first admistration of Jeffer- 
son to second administration of 
Madison, inc., 1801-1817. 9 v. 12°. 
N. Y 1891 

Adams, Isaac E. Life of Emery A. 

Storrs. 8°. Chicago 1886 

Adams, John, 2d President of the U. S.; 
born 1735,died 1826. See Biography. 

— Works of John Adams, with life of 

author, illustrations and notes, by 
his grandson, Chas. Francis 
Adams. 10 v. 8°. Boston 1856 

Adams, John Quincy, 6th President of 
the U. S.; born 1767, died 1848. 
See Biography. 

Adams, Martha D., reporter. Report 
of the 4th and 5th annual meet- 
ings of the Lake Mohonk Confer- 
ence on International Arbitration, 
1898-99. 8°. N. Y. Pams. v. y... 1898-99 

Adams County, Illinois, Andreas, Ly- 
ter & Co., pubs. Atlas map of 
Adams county. Folio. Daven- 
port, Iowa 1872 

— Murray, Williamson & Phelps,pubs. 

History of Adams county, Illi- 
nois. History of cities, towns, 
etc. ; biographies of citizens, sta- 
tistics, portraits, etc. 8°. Chicago 1879 

See Quincy. 

Addams, Jane, and others. Hull House; 
m»ps and papers. (Library of 
Economics and Politics, No. 5. 
Richard T.Ely, ed.) 8°. N. Y... 1895 

Addresses. For orations and ad- 
dresses, see names of orators, etc. 

Adjutant General of Illinois. See 
Illinois. 

Advance guard of western civilization. 

Qilmore, James R. 12°. N.Y.... 1888 



ADVENTURES. 



ALASKA. 



Adventures and discourses of Capt. 
John Smith, sometime President 
of Virginia and Admiral of New 
England. Illustrations from origi- 
nal sources. Ashton, John. 12°. 
London. Paris and New York 1883 

Adventures in the wilds of the U. S. 
and the British American Prov- 
inces. Appendix by Lieut. Camp- 
bell Hardy. Lanman, Chas. 2 y. 
8°. Phila 1856 

Adventukes of Captain Bonneville ; or, 
scenes beyond the Rocky Moun- 
tains of the far West. 3 v. 12°. 

London 1837 

Also, the Geoffrey Crayon Edi- 
tion. 12°. N. Y 1868 

Adventures of the Ojibbeway and 
loway Indians in England, France 
and Belgium. Notes on eight 
years' travels and residence in 
Europe with his North American 
Indian Collection. Catlin', George. 
3ded. 8°. London 1852 

Affairs at Port Chartres, 1768-1781. 
Reprint from the Historical Mag- 
azine. Paper. 8°. Albany 1864 

Aqgassiz, Louis. Lake Superior, its 
physical character.vegetation and 
animals. Narrative of the tour 
by J. Elliott Cabot. 8°. Boston.. 1850 

Agriculture. Agricultural Club. Uni- 
versity of Illinois, pubs. Illi- 
nois Agriculturist, Vol. 2. 1898. 
Pam 

— Brymner. Douglas, corns. Report 

on Canadian Archives. Being an 
appendix to the report of the 
Minister of Agriculture. Paper. 
V. y. 8°. Ottawa 1881-99 

— Illinois State Board of Agriculture, 

Crop reports, 1878-98, except 1880, 
1889, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1896. v. y. 
8°. Springfield. Bound circulars, 
bulletins, etc 

— Illinois State Board of Agriculture, 

transactions of, 1853-99. V. Y. 

8°. Springfield 1853-99 

— Inglis, S. M..,comp. Arbor Day, Illi- 

nois, April 20, 1897- April 22,1898. 
Pams. Publications Illinois Dept. 
Pub. Instruction 

— McDonald, James. Pood from the 

far West; or.American agriculture 
with special reference to beef pro- 
duction and the importation of 
dead meat from America to Great 
Britain. 12°. N. Y. Date of pre- 
face 1878 



Agriculture— Continued. 

— McKerrow, George, ed. Wisconsin 

Farmers' Institute. A hand-book 

of agriculture. 8°. Milwaukee.. 1895 

— Martin, Edward Winslow. History 

of the Grange movement. 8°. 
Phila 1873 

— Mills, Chas. P., ed. Reports Ills. 

Farmers' Institutes. 8°. Spring- 
field 1896 

— Prairie Parmer Co., pubs. The Prai- 

rie Parmer. A weekly journal of 
agriculture, etc. Bound in 3 v. 
4°. Chicago 1867-68 

— Wight, J. Ambrose, ed. The Prairie 

Farmer, V. 14-15. 8°. Chicago ..1854-55 

— Wisconsin, University of. Wis. Ex- 

periment Station bulletins. Pub- 
lished in annual reports, 1893,1895 
and 1897. Pams. 8°. Madison 

— Wright, John S., Wight, J. Ambrose, 

and Haven, Luther L., eds. The 
Prairie Parmer, 1846-62, inclusive. 
7vols. 8°. Chicago 

Ahern, M. L. The political history of 

Chicago. 8°. Chicago 1886 

AiKIN, John. Annals of the reign of 
King George the Third, 1760-1815. 
2v. 8°. London 1816 

Alabama. Cole, Theodore L. Biblio- 
graphy of the statute law of the 
Southern States. Part 1— Alabama. 
{In Pubs. Southern Historical 
As.Hociation, Vol. 1, No. 1, Jan., 
1897.) 

Alabama claims. iSee Beaman, Chas., 
jr., and Gushing, C. 

Alaska. Allen, Lieut. Henry T. Re- 
port on an expedition to Copper, 
Tanana and Koyukuk rivers of 
Alaska. (U. S. Gov. Pubs.) 8°. 
Washington 1887 

— Bancroft, Hubert Howe. History of 

Alaska, 1730-1885. 8°- San Fran.. 1890 

— Grafton, J. J., pub. Alaska and the 

Pacific Northwest. Pam. 12°. Chi- 
cago 1891 

— Jackson, Sheldon. Report on Edu- 

cation in Alaska. U. S. Gov. 
Pubs. 8°. Washington 1886 

— - Education in Alaska. 8°. Wash- 

ington 1894 

— - Report on introduction of domes- 

tic reindeer into Alaska: with 
maps and illustrations. U. S. 
Gov. Pubs. 2v. 8°. Washington..l894-95 

— Jackson, Sheldon, and Kelly, Wm. 

A., eds. The North Star. Monthly 
newspaper, Sitka, Alaska, Jan. to 
Dec, 1890, inclusive. Bound. Iv 



ALASKA. 



ALMANACS. 



Alaska — ('Ontinued. 

— Mills, Hon. David. The Canadian 

view of the Alaskan boundary dis- 
pute. Canadian Gov. Pub. 16°. 

Ottawa 1899 

Nelson, Edward W. Report on nat- 
ural history collections made in 
Alaska, 1877-81. Edited by Henry 
W. Henshaw. U. S. Gov. Pub. 
No. 3. Alaska. 4°. Washington.. 1887 

— Porter, Robert P.. comi). Report on 

population and resources of Alas- 
ka. 11th census, 1890. U. S. Gov. 
Pub. 4°. Washington 1893 

— Turner, L. M. Contributions to the 

natural history of Alaska, May, 
1874, to August, 1881. U. S. Gov. 
Pub. Alaska No. 2. Washington. 1886 

Albach, James R., ed. Annals of the 

West. 8°. Pittsburg 1857 

Alden, George Henry. New govern- 
ments west of the AUeghanies be- 
fore 1780. (University of Wis. 
Hist. Series, Vol. 2, No. 1.) Pam. 
8°. Madison 1897 

Alden, Henry M., and Guernsey, Al- 
fred H. Harper's pictorial history 
of the great Rebellion. 2 v. Polio, 
N.T 1866 

Alden. Ogle & Co., pubs. Plat-book of 

Hancock county. 111. Folio. Chi. 1891 

Alexander, Augustus W, Grant as a 

soldier. 12°. St. Louis 1887 

Alexander, Union and Pulaski Coun- 
ties, Illinois, history of. Perrin, 
Wm.B..,ed. 8°. Chicago 1883 

Alger, A. L., and Booth, Mary L., 
trans. Martin's popular history 
of Prance. 2 v. 8°. Boston 1877 

Algic researches; inquiries into the 
mental characteristics of the 
North American Indians, Indian 
tales and legends. Schoolcraft, 
Henry Rowe. 2 v. 12°. N. Y.... 1839 

All the western states and territories, 
from the AUeghanies to the Paci- 
fic, and from the Lakes to the 
Gulf; their history from earliest 
times, with local history, incidents 
of pioneer life and biographical 
sketches, etc. Barber. John W., 
and Howe, Henry. 8°. Cincinnati. 1867 

Allen, Ethan. Washington; or, the 
Revolution. A drama. 12°. Chi- 
cago 1895 

Allen, Lieut. Henry T. Report of an 
expedition to the Copper, Tafiana 
and Eoyukuk rivers of Alaska, 
1885. (U. S. Pub.) 8°. Washington 1887 



Allen. Paul. History of Lewis and 
Clark's expedition, by A. McVick- 
ar. Revised and abridged by omis- 
sion of unimportant details. 2 v. 
16°. N.Y 1876 

Allerton. The history of the Pil- 
grims. 16°. Boston 1831 

Allerton, Walter W. The Allerton 
family in the U. S., 1685-1885, and 
a genealogy of the descendants of 
Isaac Allerton, "Mayflower Pil- 
grim," Plymouth, Mass., 1620. Re- 
vised and enlarged by Horace 
True Currier. Samuel Waters Al- 
lerton, pub. 8°. Chicago 1900 

"Allgemeine Geschichte von Peoria." 

Zotz, A. Von. 8°. Peoria 1870 

Allison, Wm. B.. Sketch of life of In 
Lincoln's campaign; or, the politi- 
cal revolution of 1860, pp. 219-222. 
Oldroyd, Osborn H. 12°. Chicago, 1896 

Almanacs. American almanac, 1830 to 

1861, inclusive. Paper. 12°. Boston 

— Cameron, J. A. & Co., pubs. Cam- 

eron's almanac and parliamentary 
list, 1885. Paper. 12°. Edinburgh, 
Scot 1885 

— Chicago Daily News almanac and 

political record, 1885-89. Paper. 

T. y. 12°. Chicago 1885-89 

— Childs, Geo. W., pub National al- 

manac and annual record for 1863, 

12°. Phila 1863 

— Greeley & McElrath, pubs. The 

Whig almanac and U. S. register, 
1843-1855. Bound. 12°. N. Y.... 1843-55 

— Illinois State Register, pub. The 

State Register statistical almanac 
and manual of Illinois. Paper. 8°. 
Springfield 1900 

— Johnson, Carrie, comp. Calender, 

1897. Paper. Springfield 1896 

— Knox, Thomas. Knox's almanac, 

1883 to 1892. inclusive, except 1890 
and 1891. Paper. 12°. Springfield. 

Calender beginning Sept. 14, 1752, 

new style, and for all time to 
come. Fam. 8° Springfield.... 1889 

— Pott.James&Co., pubs. The Ameri- 

can church almanac and year- 
book for 1893. Paper. 12°. N. Y. 1892 

— Protestant Episcopal Tract Society, 

pubs. The church almanac for 
1869. Bev. Wm. G. Parringtonicd. 
Paper. 8°. N.Y 1869 

— Roberts, T. & Co., pubs. OldMoore's 

almana6 for 1880. Paper. London. 1881 

— Tribune Co., pub. The Tribune al- 

manac from lS64 to 1897. 27 v. 
Paper, v. y. 12°. N.Y 



ALMANACS. 



AMERICAN. 



Almanacs— OowfiiMted. 

— New York World Co.. pub. The 

World almanac and encyclopedia, 
1896 Paper. 12°. N. Y 1896 

Altqeld, John P, See 111. governors. 

Alton, 111. Alton trials of Winthrop 
S. Oilman, who was indicted with 
Enoch Long, Amos B. Roff and 
others, for the crime of riot on the 
night of Nov. 7, 1837.while engaged 
in defending a printing press 
from an armed mob. Also, trial 
of John Soloman, Levi Palmer 
and others for riot in attacking 
and destroying a printing press, 
Nov. 7, 1837. Lincoln, W. S.,comj). 
12°. N. Y 1838 

— Beecher, Jiev. Edward. Narrative 

of riots at Alton in connection 
with the death of Rev. Elijah P. 
Lovejoy. 16°. Alton 1838 

— Brink, W. R. & Co. History of 

Madison county, 111. Contains 
special chapters on Alton and Al- 
ton riots and murder of Lovejoy, 
city of Alton, pp. .^174 to 414, inc. 
History of the Alton Observer 
(Lovejoy's paper) pp. 207-209. 4°. 
Edwardsville, 111 1882 

— Illinois anti-slavery convention of 

Oct., 1837. Proceedings of a con- 
vention of delegates favorable to 
the immediate abolition of slavery 
in the U. S., assembled from 'va- 
rious parts of the State of Illinois 
at Upper Alton, Madison County, 
III., Oct. 26, 1837. Rev. Gideon 
Blackburn, president of the con- 
vention. Pam 

— Lovejoy, Rev. Elijah P., ed. Alton 

Observer, Sept. 8,1836-Nov. 7. 1837. 
Paper continued to April 19,1838 

— Lovejoy, Joseph C. and Owen. 

Memoir of Rev. Elijah P. Love- 
joy, who was murdered in the de- 
fense of the liberty of the press, 
at Alton. 111., Nov. 7, 1837. With 
an introduction by John Quincy 
Adams. 12°. N. Y 1838 

— Lovejoy Monument, dedication of, 

Alton, 111., Nov. 8, 1897. Pam 

— Reid, Harvey. Biographical sketch 

of Enoch Long, an Illinois pio- 
neer. (Chicago Hist. Soc.'s Col- 
lections, Vol. 2.) 8°. Chicago... 1884 



Alton, I\].— Continued. 

— Shurtleff College. Past and pres- 

ent. An address before the Alpha 
Zeta Society of Shurtleff College, 
Alton, 111., at the annual com- 
mencement, by Prof. John Rus- 
sell. Pam. 12°. Alton 1852 

— Tanner, Henry. The martyrdom of 

Lovejoy. An account of the life, 
trials and perils of Rev. Elijah P. 
Lovejoy, by an eye witness. 8°. 
Chicago 1881 

— The Altonian, March 13,1838. Park 

& Breath, pubs. Presented to 
the 111. State Hist. Library by A. 
G. Wolford, of Topeka, Kas 

— The Alton Telegraph, May 2, 1838. 

John Bailache, pub. Presented 
to the 111, State Hist. Library by 
A. Q. Wolford, of Topeka, Kas 

— The Illinois Temperance Herald, 

Sept., 1838. A. W. Corey, ed. 
Lawson A. Parks, printer. Pre- 
sented to the 111. State Hist. Li- 
brary by A. G. Wolford, of To- 
peka, Kas 

Ambrose, D. Lieb. History of the 7th 
Regt. 111. Vol. Inf. War of the 
Rebellion. 12°. Springfield 1868 

— Memorial address. May, 1887. 

Pam 

Amekioan aborigines. See Indians and 
archaelogy. 

American Agriculturist, for the farm, 
garden and home. New series. 
V. 15-16. Orange Judd Co., pub. 
4°. N. Y 1876-77 

American almanac and repository of 
useful knowledge, 1830 to 1861, inc. 
Paper. 12°. Boston and N. Y 

American and English Sanbornes. 

Sanborn, V.C. 8°. Concord 1895 

American annals; or, a chronological 
history of America from 1492 to 
1806. Holmes, Abiel. 2 v. 8°- Lon- 
don 1813 

American annual encyclopedia and 
register of important events for 
1862, 1863 and 1864. Appleton, D. 
&Co., pubs. 3v. 8°. N.Y 1863-65 

American Antiquarian and Oriental 
Journal (formerly the Anti- 
quarian). Bimonthly periodical. 
Peet, Sev. Stephen D.,ed. Chi- 
cago, formerly Cleveland, v. 1, 
2 and 3, 1878-81, incomplete; v. 
4-7, 1882-85, complete, and v. 8-22, 
incomplete 1886-1900 



AMERICAN. 



10 



AMEEICAN. 



American Antiquarian Society, cata- 
logue library of, 1836. Paper 

American antiquities and discoveries 
in the west. Priest, Josiah. 3d ed. 
Revised. 12°. Albany, 1833, and 
Ith ed. 12°. Albany 1834 

American Archaeologist (The). Form- 
erly the Antiquarian. {See Anti- 
quarian.) Snyder, Dr. J. P., ed.- 
in-chief. Periodical, v. 1, 1897, An- 
tiquarian; V. 2, 1898, Archaeolo- 
gist. 4°. Columbus 

American archives. Documentary his- 
tory of the English colonies in 
North America from the King's 
message, March 7, 1774, to the 
Declaration of Independence, 
1774-76. Published under au- 
thority of au act of Congress of 
March 2, 1833, by M. St. Clair 
Clarke & Peter Force. Series 4. 
6v. Folio. Washington 1837-46 

American Association of the Red 
Cross. History of the Red Cross 
from the treaty of Geneva and its 
adoption by the U. S. 12°. Wash- 
ington 1883 

American Bankers' Association, pubs. 
Proceedings of the 23d annual 
convention, Detroit, Aug., 1897. 
8°. N.y 1897 

American Baptist Publication Society, 
pubs. The Psalmist. A collec- 
tion of hymns for the use of 
Baptist churches. 32°. Phila.... 1847 

American Bar Association. Supple- 
ment to report of 12th annual 
meeting. Account of hospitalities 
received at Chicago, Aug., 1889. 
8°. Phila 1889 

— Proceedings of ,at Saratoga Springs, 

N.Y.,1883, Paper 

American Catholic, St. Mary's Mis- 
sion, East St. Louis, 111. Monthly 
periodical. (Episcopalian.) Old 
series, v. 7-10, incomplete 1894-96 

American Catholic Historical Re- 
searches. Quarterly periodical, 
Grifan. Martin I. J., ed. Phila. .1888-1900 

American Church Almanac and Year 
Book for 1893. Pott, James & Co., 
pubs. Paper. 12°. N.Y 1892 

American Churchman (The) for 1866. 
Smith, JRev. Thomas, ed. Chi- 
cago 1866 



American colleges. An address deliv- 
ered by J. M. Sturtevant at his 
inauguration as president of Illi- 
nois College. June 25, 1845. 12°. 
Pam. Jacksonville 1845 

American Commonwealth Bryce, 

James. 2 V. 12°. Chicago 1891 

American Conflict (The). History of 
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bequeathed to the Long Island 
Hist. Soc. by Samuel B. Duryea, 
1895. Paper. 4°. Brooklyn 1895 



BiBhiOGHAFSY— Continued. 

— St. Louis Mercantile Library. List 

of early Illinois and Missouri 
newspapers in St. Louis Mercan- 
tile Library. Pam. 16°. n. d 

— Simpson, Miss Frances, comp. Cat- 

alogue of Evanston authors and 
composers, 1900, Paper, 8°. Evan- 
ston 1900 

— Wallis. Talbot H. Catalogue of the 

California State Library. General t 
Department. 8°. Sacramento... 1889 

— - Law Department. 8°. Sacramento 1886 
Bingham, S. B., comp. Early history 

of Michigan, with biographies of 
State ofhcers, members of Con- 
gress, judges and legislators. 
(Mich. State Pubs.) 8°. Lansing.. 1888 

Biographical and historical memoirs 
of pioneer settlers of Ohio, with 
narratives of occurrences in 1775. 
Hildreth.S. P. 8°. Cincinnati... 1852 

Biographical and historical sketches 
of early Indiana. Woolen, Wm, 
Wesley, 8°, Indianapolis 1883 

Biographical sketches of some of 
Chicago's early settlers; Hon. 
Wm, H. Brown, B. W. Raymond, 
Hon. J. Young Scammon. Chas. 
Walker, Esq., Thomas Church, 
Esq, (Part2, Fergus Hist, Series, 
No. 6.) Patterson, R. W.. D. J)., 
and others. 12°. Chicago 187S 

Biographical sketches of some of the 
early settlers of Chicago. Part 1, 
Fergus Hist. Series, No. 5. Bnsh- 
nell, Wm. H. 12°. Chicago 1876 

Biographical sketches of Gen. Na- 
thaniel Massie, Gen. Duncan Mc- 
Arthur, Capt, William Wells and 
Gen. Simon Kenton, early settlers 
in the western country. McDon- 
ald, John, 12°. Dayton, O 1852 

Biography: Individual and Collective. 

— Abelard. See Celebrated charac- 

ters. Lamartine. 

— Adams, John, 2nd President U. 

S.; born Oct. 19.(0. S.).1735; died 
July 4, 1826. Messages and other 
ofScial papers of, pp. 227-316, Vol. 
1, in A compilation of the mes- 
sages and papers of the Presi- 
dents, 1789-1897. Richardson, Jas. 
D., comp 

— Works of, with life of the author: 
illustrations and notes by his 
grandson, Chas. Francis Adams. 

10 V. 8°. Boston 185S 



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BIOGRAPHY. 



BioaRAPHY— Continued. 

— - History of the life, administration 

and times of, in Vol. 2 of The 
Republic. Irelan . John Robert 

— - Adams-Jefferson contest, pp. 7-20 

in "Our Presidents and how we 
make them," by Col.A. K. McClure .... 

— Adams, John Quiney, 6th Presi- 

dent U. S.; born July 11, 1767; died 
Feb. 21, 1848. Messages and other 
official papers, pp. 291-431. Vol. 2, 
in A compilation of the messages 
and papers of the Presidents, 
1789-1897. Richardson, James D., 
comp 

— - History of the life, administration 

and times of. m Vol. 6 of The Re- 
public. Irelan, John Robert 

— - The Adams-Jackson— Crawford- 

Clay contest, pp. 39-46, in "Our 
Presidents and how we make 
them." McClure, A. K 

— American Biographical Pub. Co. Bio- 

graphical dictionary and portrait 
gallery Illinois Volume. 2 eds. 
4°. Chicago 1876-83 

— Andrew, John Albion, Amer. States- 

man, Governor of Mass.; born 
1818, died 1867. Sketch of life of, 
pp. 325-344, inclusive, in "Men of 
our times." Stowe, Harriet Beech- 
er. 8°. Hartford 1868 

— Antar. See Celebrated Characters. 

Lamartine. 

— Arnold, Benedict, Amer, general in 

Revolution; born 1741, died 1801. 
Life of. Arnold, Isaac N. S°. 
Chicago 1888 

— Arnold, Isaac N., 111. lawyer, coii- 

greasman and author; born 1813. 
died 1884. Memorial address com- 
memorative of the life and char- 
acter of, delivered before the Chi- 
cago Hist. Soc. Oct. 21, 1884. 
Washburne, Hon. B. B. Paper. 
8°. Chicago 1884 

— Arthur, Chester A. 21st President 

U. S.; born. Oct. 5.1fc30; diedNov. 
18fl886. Messages and other of- 
ficial papers of, pages 31-294 in "A 
compilation of the messages and 
papers of- the presidents, 1789- 
1897." V. 8. Richardson, James 
D., comp 

— - Sketch of life of, pages 637-568, 

inc. in Lives of Garfield and 
Arthur. "From the tow-path to 
the White House." Brisbin, Qen. 
James S. 12°. Phila 1880 



Biography— Continued . 

— Qarfleld-Hancock contest, pp. 270- 
287. in "Our Presidents and how 
wemakethem." McClure, A. K 

— Asbury, Pratcis. Am. pioneer M. 

E. Bishop. Born in England, 
1745, died in Virginia, 1816 

— Asbury and his co-laborers. Con- 

tains sketches of Revs. Asbury, 
Coke, Whatcoat, Lee, Garrettson, 
Ware, M'Kendree, George, Roberts 
and Emory, 2 v, Larrabee. Rev. 
Wm. C. 16°. CiQCinnati 1853 

— Badollet, ,Tohn. Sketch of the 

life of in "Survival of pioneer 
familiesin Indiana." Published 
in "The Pocket." Evansville, Ind., 
Feb., 1898 

— Baker, Edward D., American states- 

man and soldier: born. London, 
England, 1811; died. Ball's Bluff, 
1861 

— Masterpieces of E. D. Baker. 
("Eloquence of the far West, No. 
1) Shuck, Oscar T.e(Z. 16°. Sac 
Francisco 1899 

— Sketch of career of. Pages 
350-352 in "Personal recollec- 
tions." Darby, John D\ 12°. St 
Louis 1880 

— - Life and pubBc services of. Wal- 

lace, Joseph. 12°. Springfield... 1870 

— Baker, Edward Lewis, In memor- 

ium. 8°. Springfield 1897 

— Baldwin, Chas. Candee. Memorial 

of. Wright, G. Frederick. 
(Tract No. 88. in v. 4, publication 
Western Reserve Hist. Soc. ) 

— Baldwin, Henry P. ex-Governor 

and ex-Senator of Michigan. 
Legislative proceedings of the 
state of MichigaQ in memory of 
Rutherford B. Hayes and Henry 
P.Baldwin. (Mich, state pub.) 8°. 
Lansing 1893 

— Banks, Nathaniel Prentiss. Me- 

morial of. Speeches delivered in 
the U. S. House of Representa- 
tives on preseutatioii of purtraits 
of ex-Speakcrs Sedgwick, Var- 
num and Banks to the National 
Government by the state of Massa- 
chusetts. U. >>. Gov. Pub. 4°. 
Washington 1888 

— Bartlett, Josiah. Sketch of life of. 

Pages 1-8, inc ,in Dwi£;ht's"Lives 
of the signers of the Declaration 
of Independence " 



BIOGRAPHY. 



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BIOGEAPHY. 



BiOGRAPHV— (.'oH^intieiJ. 

— Bateman. Newton. American edu- 

cator; born, 1832; dieil, 1897. 
Sketch of life anil labors of. in 
address of Dr. Samuel Willard.pp. 
63-80. in "Our pilerrim fathers." 
Pub. by 111. Teachers' Associa- 
tion. 12°. Galesburg 1898 

— Bateman, Newton und Selby, Paul. 

Historical, Encyclopedia of Illi- 
nois. 4°. Chicago 1900 

— Beecher, Henry Ward. American 

clergyman and author; born, 1813; 
died,18S7. Sketch of life of. Pages 
505-575, in "Men of our limes." 
Stowe, Harriet Beecher. 8° Hart- 
ford 1868 

— Benton, Thos, Hart. American 

statesman and U. S. S.: born, 
1782; died. 1858. Thirty years' 
view; or, a history of the work- 
ing of the American Government 
for thirty years, 1820 to 1850. With 
an aittobiograpnical sketch. 2 v. 
8°. N. y 1893 

— - Sketch of, pp. 180-188, in "Per- 

sonal recollections." Darby, 
John P. 12°. St. Louis 1880 

— Bigelow, jMoses. Biographical 

sketch of. Bigelow. Samuel F. 8°. 
Newark, N.J 1890 

— Birney. Jas. G. American politi- 

cian; born. 1792; died. 1857. James 
G. Birney and his times. Birney, 
Wm. 12°. Cincinnati 1890 

— Black Hawk. Sac Indian of Illi- 

nois: born (probably), 1767; died, 
1838 

— Black Hawk and Black Hawk war. 

Armstrong, Son. Perry A. Sauks 
and Black Hawk war. 8°. Spring- 
field 1887 

— Bent. Charles. Sketch of Black 

Hawk war. Pp. 36-39 in History 
of Whiteside County, 111. 8° Mor- 
rison. 1)1 1877 

— Boss, R. & Co., Pub. Sketch of 

Blauk Hawk war, chap. 10. pp. 36- 
19, ill Sketches of the history of 
Ogle County, III. 8°. Polo, 111... 1859 

— Bradaby, U. G., ed. Sketch of the 

Black Hawk war. pp, 49-58, in 
History of Bureau County. 8°. 
Chicago 1886 

— Butterworth, Hezekiah, In the 

boyhood of Lincoln; a tale of the 
Tunker schoolmaster and the 
times of Black Hawk. 12°. N. Y. 1896 



Biography— Continued . 

— Conclin, George, entered 1)V. The 

great Indian chief of the West; 
or, life and adventures of Black 
Hawk. Drake, Ben.iamin, 12°. 
Phila 1857 

— Drake, Benjamin. Life and adven- 

tures of Black Hawk, sketches of 
Keokuk, the Sac and Fox Indians, 
and the late Black Hawk war. 12°. 
Cincinnati 1839 

— Elliott, Isaac H., comp. Adj. Gen. 

HI. Record services Illinois sol- 
diers in Black Hawk war, 1831-1832, 
and in Mexican war, 1846-1818. 
Taken from oflioial rolls in War 
Department, Washington, D. C. 
8°. Springfield 1882 

— Ford, Ooi'. Thomas. Account of 

Black Hawk war, pp. 108-165, in 
History of Illinois, 1818-17 

— Hill, H. H. & Co., pubs. Sketch of 

Black Hawk War, pages 39-56, in 
History of Lee Co. 8°. Chicago... 1881 

— lies, Elijah. Letter to I. N. Arnold 

in regard to Mr. Lincoln's service 
as a private soldier in the Black 
Hawk War, pages 18-20 in "Ad- 
dresses delivered at annual meet- 
ing Chicago Historical Society, 
Nov. 19,1868." (Fergus. Hist. Ser- 
ies No. 10 



Kett, H, P. & Co. Sketch of Black 
Hawk War, pages 74-79, in His- 
tory of Winnebago Co., HI, 8°. 

Chicago 

(Same sketch in Kett & Co.'s 
History of Ogle Co., pages 74-79, 
pub. 1878.) 

Kirkman, M. M. The romance of 
Gilbert Holmes. An historical 
novel. 12°. Chicago 

LeBaron. Wm. jr., & Co. Sketch 
of Black Hawk War, pages 74-79. 
in History Woodford Co., 111. 
8°. Chicago 

The above mentioned sketch is to 
be found in several of the histor- 
ies of the northern counties of 
Illinois. "* 

Matson, N. Sketch of Black Hawk 
and Black Hawk War, pages 80- 
214, in "Memories of Shaubena." 

3ded. 12°. Chicago 

Sketch of Black Hawk and Black 
Hawk War, pages 15-92, in "Rem- 
iniscences of Bureau Co.'' 12°. 
Princeton 



1877 



1900 



1878 



1882 



1872 



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BIOGRAPHY. 



Biography— CojiHnued. 

— Newlands, R. W. Heroes that fell 

at the memorable skirmish atStill- 
man's Run. Published in The 
Stillman Valley Graphic. Still- 
man Valley, Ogrle Oo. 111., Nov. 
24,1899 

— Patterson, J. B., ed. Black Hawk, 

Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak. liife 
of Black Hawk, with account of 
Black Hawk War, dictated by 
himself. 16°. Boston 1834 

— Later edition, containing account 

of life, death and burial of Black 
Hawk. Patterson, 3. B., ed. 12°. 
Oquawka, 111 1882 

— Power, John Carroll, assisted by 

Mrs. S. A. Power. Sketch of part 
taken by citizens of Sangramon 
Co., 111., in Black Hawk War, 
pages 54-61, in "History of the 
early settlers of Sangamon Co." 
8°. Springfield 1876 

— Scammon, Hon. J. Young. Anec- 

dote of .Mr. Lincoln in the Black 
Hawk War, pages 14-15, in "Ad- 
dresses delivered at annual meet- 
ing Chicago Historical Society, 
Nov. 19, 186S." Fergus Hist. Ser- 
ies No. 10 

— Smith, E. H. Black Hawk and 

scenes in the West, by a Western 
Tourist. Poem. 12°. N. Y 1848 

— Tilden, M. H. Sketch Black Hawk 

War, pages 203-217, in History 
Stephenson Co., 111. Western 
Hist. Co., pubs. 8°. Chicago.... 1880 

— Wakefield, John, Esq. History of 

the war between the U. S. and the 
Sac and Pox Indians, and parts 
of other disaffected tribes, in 
1827-1831 and 1832. 12°- Jackson- 
ville, 111 1834 

— Wisconsin Historical Society Col- 

lections. Vol.10. 8°. Madison.. 1888 
Comie«is.— Papers of Capt. T. G. An- 
derson, British Indian Agent, Indian 
• campaign of 1832.— Smith. Battle of 
Peckatonica. — t'itch. Reminiscences 
■of Black Hawk War.— Anderson. Inci- 
■dents of Black Hawk War.— Whittle- 
sey, Notes on Black Hawk War.— 
Parkinson. Sketches of Indian chiefs 
and pioneers of Northwest. — Shaw. 
'Causes of Black Hawk War.— Brown. 
Black Hawk scraps from old newspa- 

gers. Robert S. Black and the Black 
[awk War.— Jones. 

— Woodford, G. H. Fifty years ago; 

or, gleanings respecting the his- 
tory of Northern Illinois a few 
years previous to and during the 
Black Hawk War. Paper. 8°. 
Joliet 1883 



Biography— 6'0H(i»iMed. 

— Orderly-book and muster rolls of 

Illinois troops (officers and pri- 
vates) during Black Hawk War. 
(Original records, gift of i[ri,. E. 
B. Anderson, widow of Gen. Rob- 
ert Anderson 

— Photograph of battlefield of "Still- 

aian's Defeat,'' Lee Co., 111., Black 
Hawk War. H. A. Brown, artist, 
Dixon, 111. Photo. 4^x7 inches 

— Photograph of monument erected 

at Kellogg's Grove, by Stephenson 
Co., 111., in memory of persons 
killed in Black Hawk War. P. T. 
Harris, artist, Lena, 111. Photo. 
Cabinet size 

— Blaine, James G.,Amer. statesman; 

born 1830, died 1893. Personal 
tribute to the memory of Gen. W. 
T. Sherman, and critique of Sher- 
man's Memoirs, to accompany the 
4th edition of the Memoirs of Gen. 
W. T. Sherman. 4th ed. 8°. N. Y. 1891 

— - Twenty years of Congress. 2 v. 

8°. Norwich, Conn 1884 

— - Cooper. Thos. V. Biographies of 

Jas. G. Blaine and John A. Logan. 

8°. N. Y 1884 

— Houghton, Walter, Sketches of 
the lives of Blaine and Logan. 

12°. Chicago 1884 

— Mann. Edward G. Jas. G.Blaine's 
place in American history. 8°. 
Albany 1893 

— - Michigan, State of. Legislative 

services of, in memory of Jas. G. 
Blaine. 8°. Lansing 1893 

— - Ridpath, John Clark. Life and 

public services of Jas. G. Blaine, 
and sketch of the life of John A. 
Logan. Vl° Cincimiati 1884 

— Bond, Shadrach. See Illinois Gov- 

ernors. 

— Bossuet. See Celebrated charac- 

ters. 

— Bouquet, Col. Henry and his cam- 

paigns. Cort, Rev. Cyrus. 16°. 
Lancaster, Pa 1883 

— Bradlee, Caleb Davis, life of; by 

"E. R. L." a graduate of Boston 
University. Pam. Boston, a. d 

— Bradwell, Myra. Lairyer and edi- 

tor; born 1831, died 1894. 

— Exercises at dedicati.m of Myra 
Bradwell school. Bradwell, Jas. 

B., comi) 

— - Sketch of life and obituary notice 

171 Chicago Legal News. Keb., 1894 



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BIOGRAPHY. 



Biography — Continued. 

— - Sketch of life of. In "The Bench 

and Bar of 111. Historical and 
Reminiscent." John M. Palmer, 
ed. Pages 277-281 

— Brant, Joseph, Thyenanega, life of; 

or, Indian wars of the American 
Revolution. Stone, Wm. L. 2 v. 

8°. N.Y 1838 

Another edition. 2 v. 8°. Buffalo. 1851 

— Bramhill, Mrs. Jeannie Nicholas. 

A memory of a beautiful life. 
Anon. 12°. Chicago 1898 

— Braxton, Carter. Sketch of life 

of. Pages 321-324 inclusive, in 
Lives Signers. Dwight 

— Breese, Hon. Sidney. Justice Su- 

preme Court of III., and U. S. 
Senator; born 1800, died 1878. 

— - Early history of Ills. 8°. Chicago. 1884 

— In memory of. Prooeedingsof Chi- 
cago Bar. 4°. Chicago 1878 

— Brooks, Arthur. In momoriam. 

Chicago Literary Club. Chicago. 

n. d 

— Brown, John, Amer. anti-slavery 

agitator; born 1800, died 1859. Con- 
nelly, W. E. 12°. Topeka.' 1900 

— Browning. Orville H. Amr. States- 

man; born 1806. died 1811. In 
memoriam. Address by Chas. B. 
Lawrence. Proceedings 111, Bar 
Association, li. d 

— Buckingham, Gov. Wm. A. U. S. 

Senator; born 1806, died 1875. 
Sketch of life of, pages 463-479 in- 
clusive, in "Men of our Times." 
Stowe. Harriet Beecher. 8°. Hart- 
ford 1868 

— Burr, Aaron, 3d Vice President U. 

S.: born 1756, died 1836. Memoirs 
of. Davis, Matthew L. 2 v. 8°. 
N. Y 1866 

— Lite and times of. Parton, J. 

12°. N.Y 1858 

— Butler county, Ohio; pioneer bi- 

ography of. McBride. James 
(Ohio Valley Hist. Series.) 2v. 
8°, Cincinnati 1869 

— Butterfield, Consul W. Biographi- 

cal sketch of, in Ohio Arch, and 
Hist. Quarterly, Oct., 1900. Hunt- 
er, W. H 

— Butterfield. Justin; memoirof. Wil- 

son. John. 8°. Chicago 1879 

— Cadillac, Antoine de la Mothe; the 

founder of Detroit; life of. Bur- 
ton, C. M. 8°. Detroit 1895 



Biography— Continued. 

— Carlin. Thomas. See Illinois Gov- 

ernors, 

— Carlisle, John G. Amer. states- 

man ; born 1835. Sketch of life of, 
pages 232-235, in Lincoln's cam- 
paign: or, the political revolution 
of 1860. Oldroyd, Osborn H. 
Paper. 12°. N. Y 1896- 

— Carroll. Charles, of Carrollton. 

Sketch of the life of, in Dwight's 
"Lives of the Signers," etc., 
pages 262-266 inclusive 

— Cartwright, Peter. Pioneer M.E. 

preacher: born 1785, died 1872. 
Autobiography of. Strickland, 
W. P.,ed. 12°. Cincinnati 1858- 

— - Ross, H. L. Personal recollec- 

tions of Peter Cartwright, page 
180 in Early pioneers and pioneer 
events in Illinois 

— Cass, Lewis. American Statesman, 

born 1782, died 1866. Proceedings 
in Congress upon the acceptance 
by the U. S. government of a stat- 
ue of Lewis Cass, presented by the , 
State of Michigan. U. S. Gov- 
ernment Pubs. 4°. Wa hington. 1889' 

— Celebrated characters: memoirs of. 

Lamartine, Alphonse de. 3 v. 12°. 

N. Y 1856 

Contents. — Lord Nelson. Heloise and 
Abelard. Christopher Columbus. Ber- 
nard De Palissy. the potter — Roostam. 
Marcus Tullius Cicero, tjocrates. Jac- 
quard, the silk weaver of Lyons. Joan 
of Arc. Cromwell. Homer. Guten- 
berg. F^nelon. William Tell. Madame- 
de S6vign6. Milton. Antar. Bossuet. 

— Chamberlain. George, letters of, 

with sketch of life. Lutz, Mrs. 
Caroline C. 12°. Springfield. 111. 188* 

— Chase, Philander. Pioneer Epis- 

copal Bishop of 111., born 1775, 
died 1852. Reminiscences of. Au- 
tobiography. 2d ed. 2 v. 8°. 
Boston 184» 

— Chase, Bev. Philander. Letters, 

pamphlets, etc, relating to the 
life and labors of bishop Chase 

— Chase, Salmon P. Amer. States- 

man, born 1808, died 1873. Sketch 
of life of; pages 241-290, inclusive, 
in "Men of our Times." Stowe, 
Harriet Beecher. 8°. Hartford.. 1868. 

— Chase, Samuel. Sketch of life of, 

pages 245-252, inclusive, in Lives 
Signers, etc. Dwight 

— Chicago. Pioneers of. In memor- 

iam. Bradwell, Jas. B. Pam. 4°. 
Chicago 1896 



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BIOGRAPHY. 



Biography — Contimied. 

— Chiniquy, Charles. Clergyman and 

and reformer, born 1809, died 1899. 
Fifty years in the Church of 
Rome. (Autobiography.) 42d ed. 
12°. Chicago 1892 

— Civil war, (the great) history of. 

with biographical sketches of 
leading statesmen and distin- 
guished naval and military com- 
manders, etc. Tomes, Robert, and 
Smith, Benj. (i. 3 v. Folio. N. Y. 
n.d 

— Clark, Abraham, sketch of the life 

of, pp. 143-116, inc.. in Dwight's 
Lives of the Signers of the Dec- 
laration of Indenendence 

— Clark. Gen. George Rogers, soldier 

in Revolution; born 1752, died 1818. 
Gen. George Rogers Clark's 
sketch of his campaign in the Illi- 
nois in 1778-9, with an introduction 
by Hon. Henry Pirtle, and an ap- 
pendix containing the public and 
private' instructions to Col. Clark, 
and Maj. Bowman's journal of the 
taking of Post St. Vincent. Bio- 
graphical sketches of Col. Clark, 
reprinted from Lewis Collins' 
history of Kentucky. Ohio Valley 
Historical Series No. 3. S°. Cin- 
cinnati 1869 

— English, Wm. H. Conquest of 
the Northwest and life of George 
Rogers Clark. 2 V. S° Indianapolis 1896 

— For other sketches of Gen. George 
Rogers Clark see histories of 
Northwest Territory, Indiana, 
Kentucky and Illinois. 

— Clark, William, Amer. explorer and 

traveler; born 1770, died 1838. 
Memoir of. in preface, to History 
of expedition of Lewis and Clark, 
pages 63-97. Coues, Elliott, ed. 
4v. 8°. N.Y 1893 

— Clay, Elizabeth Hudson, sketch of 

life of. The mother of Henry 
Clay. Fart 1, in The Clay 
Family, Filson Club, publ'u. No. 
14, pp. 3-60, inc. Smith, Hon. 
Zachary F. 4°. Louisville 1899 

— Clay family, genealogy of. Clay, 

Mrs. Mary Rogers. Part 2 in Fil- 
son Club publ'ns No. 14, pp. 63-236, 
inc. 4°. Louisville 1899 

— Clay. Henry, Amr. statesman; born 

1777. died 1852. Sketch of life of, 
in Party Leaders, pp. 277-369 in- 
clusive. Baldwin, Jo. G. 12°. N. 
Y 1864 



B\o(iB.A.v^Y— Continued. 

— Life of. Colton. Calvin. 2 v. 8°. 

N. Y 1856 

— - Private correspondence of. Col- 

ton, Calvin. 8°. N.Y 1856 

— Clinton, George W. An address 

commemorative of, delivered be- 
fore Buffalo Historical Society, 
March 24,1890. Day, David F. 
Publ'n Buffalo Hist. Soc. Pam, 
8°. Buffalo 1890 

— Clymer, George, sketch of life of, 

pp. 190-198, inclusive, in Lives of 
the Signers of the Declaration of 
Independence. Dwlght 

— Coke, liev. Thomas, sketch of life. 

Vol. 1, pp. 227-333, inclusive, in 
Asbury and his Co-laborers. Lar- 
rabee. Rev. Wm. C. 2 v. 16°. 
Cincinnati, n. d 



Coles. Edward. 
Governors. 



See Illinois 



Colfax, Schuyler, Amr. statesman 
and Vice President; born 1823. 
died t885. Sketch of life of, pp. 
347-362. inclusive, j)t "Men of Our 
Times." Stowe, Harriet Beecher. 
8°. Hartford 1868. 

Colquitt. Alfred H.. Amr. states- 
man, U. S. Senator from Georgia; 
born 1824, died 1894. Memorial ad- 
dresses delivered in U. S. Senate 
on lives and characters of Zebu- 
Ion B. Vance, Francis B. Stock- 
bridee' and Alfred H. Colquitt. 
U. S. Gov. Pubs. 4°. Washington. 1896- 

Columbus, Christopher, Genoese 
discoverer of America; born 
(about) 1436, died 1506. Belloy. 
Marquis de. Christopher Colum- 
bus and the discovery of the New 
World. 4°. London 1885- 

- Curtis, Wm. E. The authentic let- 
ters of Columbus. Pubs. Field 
Col. Museum. Vol. 1, No. 2 

- Ford, Paul Leicester, ed. The 
writings of Columbus. Edited, 
witn an introduction, by Paul L. 
Ford. 12°. N.Y 1892: 

- Hale, Edward Everett. Life of 
Christopher Columbus. 12°. Chi- 
cago 1891 

- Irving, Washington. History of 
the life, and voyages of Christo- 
pher Columbus. 2 V. 8°. Phila. 1840 

Aiso. Author's revised edition. 3 v. 

go. N.Y ISO! 

Another edition. 3 v. 8°. London. 1877 



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BiOGRAPHY— Co)dfi»i(ed. 

— - Liamartine. Sketch of Columbus, 

in Memoirs of celebrated charac- 
ters 

— - Poole, Wm. P. Columbus and the 

finding of the New World. Pam. 

16°. Chicago 1892 

— - Roselly de Lorgues. Christophe 

Colomb: Histoire de sa vie.et ses 
voyages. 2 v. 8°. Paris 1856 

— - Spotorno, Gio. Batista. Memo- 

rials of Columbus; or, a collection 
of authentic documents of that 
celebrated navigator; preceded 
by a memoir of his life and discov- 
eries. Translated from the Span- 
ish and the Italian. 8°. London- 1823 

— - For other sketches of Columbus, 

see histories of America and the 
U.S. 

— Cook County. Sketches and por- 

traits of the newly elected judges 
in Cook county. 111. November, 
1892. Reprinted from Chicago 
Legal News, Nov. 19,1892. Brad- 
well, Jas. B. Contains biographi- 
cal sketches of Judges Geo. H. 
Kettelle, Jonas Hutchinson, Thos. 
G. Windes. Edward F. Dunne, 
Philip Stein, Wm. G. Bwing, Geo. 
P. Sugg and Jas. Goggin. 8°. Chi- 
cago, n. d 

— Cox, Samuel Sullivan, Amer. diplo- 

matist, born 1824, died 1889. Me- 
morial addresses on life and char- 
acter of, delivered in Congress 
U. S. (U. S Gov. Pub.) 4°. Wash- 
ington 1890 

— Crain, Wm. Henry, Amer. states- 

man and member Congress from 
Texas, born 1848, died 1896. Memo- 
rial addresses on life and charac- 
acter of, delivered in House of 
Representatives and Senate U.S., 
64th Cong., first session. (U. S. 
Gov. Pub.) 4°. Washington 1897 

— Cromwell, Oliver, Lord-protector 

of England, born 1699, died 1668, 
Sketch of, t« Celebrated charac- 
ters, memoirs of. Nee Celebrated 
characters. — Lamartine, 

— Curwen. Samuel. Amer. loyalist in 

Revolution, born 1715. died 1802, 
Journal and letters of, 1775-84, to 
which are added biographical no- 
tices of Samuel Curwen and many 
other persons. Ward, George At- 
kinson, erf. 8°. N. y 1842 



BioanAPHY— Continued . 

— Cutler, Ephraim, Pioneer of N. W. 

Terrirory, born 1767, died 1853, Life 
and times of, with biographical 
sketches of Jervis Cutler and 
Wm. Park Cutler. Cutler, Julia 
Perkins. (Ohio Valley Historical 
Series.) 8°- Cincinnati 1890 

— Cutler, Manasseh, Amer. clergy- 

man, agent in formation of N. W. 
Territory, born 1742, died 1823, 
Life,.iournals and correspondence 
of. Cutler, Wm. P., and Cutler. 
Julia P. 2v. 8°. Cincinnati.... 1888 

— Darby, John P, Personal recollec- 

tions of. 12° St. Louis 1880 

— Davis, David. American states- 

man, associate justice Supreme 
Court U. S. and U. S. Sen. from 
Ills., born 1815, died 1886: sketch 
of life of, in Moses, "Illinois His- 
torical and Statistical." Page 850, 
vol. 2; also, in Davidson & Stuve's 
History of 111., page 970 

— Davis, Sarah Woodruff, wife of 

David Davis; born 1814, died 1879; 
commemorative services at the 
funeral of: with a biographical 
sketch. 12°. Bloomington 1879 

— Dearborns (The): Discourse com- 

memorative of the occupation of 
Port Dearborn and the first settle- 
ment of Chicago. Goodwin, Dau'l, 
jr. Contains discourse on Gen'l 
Henry Dearborn, also on Gen'l 
Henry Alexander Scammell Dear- 
born. (Proceedings Chicago His- 
torical Society.) 8° Chicago 1884 

— Declaration of Independence, lives 

of Signers of. Dwight, N. 12^. 

N- Y 1851 

Adams. John Lynch. Thomas, jr. 

Adams, Samuel McKean. Thomas 

Bartlett, Josiah Middleton, Arthur 

Braxion. Carter Morris, Lewis 
Carroll.C.of Ca'rollt'n Morris, Robert 

Chase, Samuel Morton, .John 

Clark, Abraham Nelson, Thomas, jr. 

Ciymer. George Paca. William 

EUery, William Paine, Robert Treat 

Floyd, William P,-nn, John 

Franklin, Benjamin Read, George 

Gerry, Elbridge Rodney, Caesar 

Gwinnett, Button Ross, George 

Hall. Lyman Rush, Benjamin 

Hancock, John Kutledge, Edward 

Harrison. Benjamin Sherman, Roger 

Hart, John Smith James 

Hewes, Joseph Stockton, Richard 

Heyward, Thomas Stone, Thomas 

Hooper. William Taylor. George 

Hopkins, Stephen Thornton, Matthew 

Hopkinson, Francis Walton, George 

Huntington. Samuel Whipple, William 

Jefferson, Thomas Williams, William 
Lee, Francis Lightfoot Wilson, James 

Lee, Richard Henry Witherspoon. John 

Lewis, Francis Wolcott. Oliver 

Livingston. Phili Wythe. George 



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BIOGRAPHY. 



BiOdRAPHY—Contimied. 

— DeSoto, Hernando, or Fernando. 

Spanish explorer; born about 1500, 
died 1642 

— DeSoto. Ferdinand; discoverer of 

the Miss, river. Life, traveJs and 
adventures of. Wllmer, Lambert 
A. 8°- Philadelphia 1858 

— - History of DeSoto and Florida; 

or. The record of the events of 66 
years. Shipp, Barnard. 8°. Phila. 1881 

— Dickinson, John, the Quaker states- 

man. Poole, Wm. P. (Pub. in 
The Dial. July 1,1891.) 



— Douglas, Stephen Arnold, Amer. 

Statesman and U.S. Senator; born 
1813. died 1861. Speech on Pacific 
R. R. Bill, U. S. S.. 1858. Speech 
at reception at New Orleans. 1858. 
Speeches at receptions at Phila- 
delphia and Baltimore, January, 
1859. Rejoinder to Judge Black's 
speech, with note, of Nov. 16, 1859. 
Speech in Senate Feb. 23,1859, in 
reply to Hon. A. G. Brown of 
Mass., "Non-intervention." Speech 
In U. S. Senate Jan. 23,1860, on 
"Invasion of States." Speech in 
U. S. Senate May 15 and 16. 1860, 
on "Non-interference by Congress 
with slavery in the Territories." 
Speech to Democracy of Peters- 
burg, Va., Aug. 28. 1860. Pams.. 
bound in 1 vol., with speeches by 
several other orators of the per- 
iod 

— - Speech before the Legislature of 

Illinois, April 25, 1861. Pam 

— - Political debates between Hon. 

Abraham Lincoln and Hon. Steph- 
en A. Douglas in the celebrated 
campaign of 1858 in Illinois. 8°. 
Columbus 1860 

— - Arnold. Isaac N., and Sheahan, 

Jas. W. Lincoln and Douglas. 
Fergus Hist. Series, No. 15. 12°. 
Chioaso 

— - Cutts. J. Madison: Constitution- 

al and party questions, and the 
history of political parties, as I 
received it orally from the late 
Sen. Stephen A. Douglas of 111. 
T2°. N.Y 1866 

— - Flint, M. F. Life of Stephen A. 

Douglas; with his most important 
speeches and reports. By a mem- 
ber of the western bar. 12°. N.Y. 1860 

— - Sheahan, Jas. W. Life of Stephen 

A. Douglas. 12° N.Y I860 



BiOGBAPHY—Cora^iH «,?(/. 

— - Sheahan, Jas. W., and Arnold, 

Isaac N. Lincoln and Douglas. 
See Arnold and Sheahan 

— - Steel engraving of. Size 7^x5^ 

inches. Copyrighted 1862 by John- 
son, Fry & Co., N. Y 



- Sketches of the lite of Stephen A. 
Douglas may be found in the var- 
ious histories of Illinois, in Lind- 
er's "Bench and Bar of Illinois," 
pp. 76-82; Bonham's "Fifty Years 
Recollections." pp. 186-200, and in 
"The Bench and Bar of Illinois. 
Historical aud Reminiscent," p. 37, 
edited by Gen. John M. Palmer 

Douglass. Frederick. Am. orator. 
Born 1817, died 1895. Sketch of 
life in "Men of Our Timesi." pp. 
375-404 inc. Stowe, Harriet Beech- 
er. 8°. Hartford 1868 

Drake. Daniel, M. D. Biographical 
sketch of, pp. IX-XL VI in preface 
to "Pioneer Life in Kentucky; a 
series of reminiscential letters 
from Daniel Drake, M. D., of Cin- 
cinnati, to his children." Edited 
with notes and biographical 
sketch by Chas. D. Drake. (Ohio 
Valley Historical Series No. 6 ) 
8°. Cincinnati 1870 

Dunne, Edward F.. sketch of, p. 5 
in Sketches and portraits of the 
newly elected judges of Cook 
County, 111., Nov., 1892. Reprinted 
from Chicago Legal News, Nov. 19, 
1892 

Early. John, a Senator from Winne- 
bago County, 111. Memorial ad- 
dresses delivered in the Senate of 
Illinois March 12,1879. State of 
111.. Pub. 8°. Springfield 1879 

Eddy, Bev. Thomas M., D. D.. life 
of. Introduction by Bishop Simp- 
son. Sims. Chas. N.. D. D. 12° 
N. Y 1879 

Edwards, Amelia B.. English 
author and Egyptologist; born 
1831, died 1892. Obituary notice 
and sketch of. Poole, Reginald 
Stuart. Published by Egypt Ex- 
ploration Fund. Pam. 13°. Lon- 
don. II. d 

Edwards, Benjamin S., Illinois 
lawyer; born 1818, died 1886. Me- 
morial address on life and pro- 
fessional character of. Wallace, 
Joseph. Pam. 8°. Springfield.. 1887. 

Edwards, Ninian. See Illinois 
Governors. 



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BIOGEAPHY. 



BioORAF-aY— Continued. 

— Edwards. Ninian Wirt, 111., lawyer 

and superintendent of public in- 
struction; born 1809, died 1889. 
Sketch of life of, in Historical 
Encyclopedia of Illinois. Bate- 
man ami Selby, pp. 152-153. Also, 
in histories of Illinois 

— Edwards and Todd families, historic 

sketches of. Contains sketches 
of Gov. Ninian Edward.**, his sons, 
Benj. S. and Ninian Wirt, and 
other members of the Edwards 
family. Edwards, Georgie Hor- 
tense. 8°. Springfield 1894 

— EUery, Wm., sketch of life of. pp. 

71-76 in Dwight's Lives of the 
Signers of the Declaration of In- 
dependence 

— Emory, Rev. John, sketch of life of, 

iTiLarrabee's "Asbury and his Co- 
laborers," v. 2, pp. 311-341 

— Ewing. Wm. G., sketch of life of, 

pp. 6-7, in Sketches and portraits 
of newly elected judges in Cook 
County, 111., Nov., 1892. Reprint- 
ed from Chicago Legal News of 
Nov. 19,1892 

— Ewing, Wm. L. D., acting Governor 

of Illinois to fill unexpired term 
of Gov. Reynolds, 1834. Sketch of 
life of, in Davidson & Stuve's 
History of Illinois, p. 682. (For 
other mention of Gen. Ewing see 
histories of Illinois, of Black 
Hawk war and Illinois Governors) 

— Farragut, David Glascoe, Amr. ad- 

miral: born 1801, died 1870. Sketch 
of, pp. 311-322. inclusive, in "Men 
of Our Times." Stowe, Harriet 
Beecher. 8°. Hartford 1868 

— F6nelon. iSes Memoirs of Celebrat- 

ed Characters. Lauiartine. 

— Ferdinand and Isabella, history of 

the reign of. Prescott, Wm. H. 

3v. 8° Phila ..1869-1870 

— Filson, John, Amr. Western histor- 

ian; born about 1747, died 1788. 
Life and writings of. Durrett, 
Reuben T. (Filson Club Publica- 
tionsNo. 1.) 4°. Cincinnati 1884 

— Finley, Rev. James B., Amr. pio- 

neer M. E. preacher: born 1781, 

died . Autobiography of. 

Edited by W. P. Strickland, D.D. 

12° Cincinnati 1853 

— Floyd, Wm., sketch of life of, pp. 

97-104, inclusive, in Dwigbt's Lives 
of the Signers of the Declaration 
of Independence 



Biography — Continued. 

— Freeman, Norman Leslie. Illinois 

lawyer and Supreme Court re- 
porter, born 1823, died 1894. In 
memoriam. Proceedings had in 
Supreme Court of 111. and in U. S. 
Circuit Court for the Southern 
District of 111. Tributes to the 
memory of. 8°, Springfield, n.d.. 

— - Proceedings of the State Bar As- 

sociation in memory of 

— Qarc^s, Francisco, missionary 

priest. Biographical sketch of, 
by Elliott Coues, in On the trail 
of a Spanish pioneer 



Garfield, James A. 20th President 
U. S. Born 1831; died 1881. Sketch 
of life and official messages and 
papers; i" vol.8, "Messages and 
Papers of the Presidents," com- 
piled by James D. Richardson. 
(U. S. Gov't Pubs.) 8° Washing- 
ton 1898 

- Brisben, Gen. James S. Early 
life and services, and record of 
of the career of James A. Garfield. 
Also Sketch of the life of 
Hon. Chester A. Arthur. 12°. 
Phila 1880 

- Addresses on the acceptance by 
by Congress of the statue of 
James A. Garfield, presented by 
the State of Ohio. (U. S.Gov.pub.) 

4°. Washington 1886 

Garfield-Hancock contest, pp. 270- 
287, i» "Our Presidents and how 
we make them." McClure, A. K 

- For other sketches of Jas. A. Gar- 
field see recent histories of U. S. 

Garrettson. Rev. Freeborn. Sketch 
of life and labors of in Larrabee's 
"Asbury and his co-laborers," vol. 
2, pages 121-173 

Garrison, Wm. Lloyd. Am. Aboli- 
tionist. Born 1805, died 1879. Sketch 
of, pages 152-211. inc., in "Men of 
Our Times." Stowe, Harriet 
Beecher. 8°. Hartford 1868 

Gaty, Samuel, of St. Louis. Pro- 
ceedings of the Mo. Historical 
Society. Addresses of Hon. John 
F. Darby and Albert Todd, Esq., 
upon presentation to the society 
of a portrait of Samuel Gaty. 
Also biographical sketch of Sam- 
uel Gaty. (Missouri Historical So- 
ciety Publication No. 5.) Pam. 12°. 
St. Louis 1881 



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31 



BIOGRAPHY. 



BioanAPSY— Continued. 

— George, Sev. Enoch, Sketch of life 

of, pp. 233-258, inc., v. 2, in Larra- 
bee's "Asbury and his co-labor- 
ers." 

— Gerry, Elbridgre, Sketch of life of, 

pp. 58-66, ill. Dwight's "Lives of 
the Signers of the Declaration of 
Independence." ' 

— Gibson. Randall Lee, Amer. states- 

man, born 1832, died 1892, A Sena- 
tor of the U. S. from Louisiana: 
Memorial addresses delivered in 
the Senate and House of Repre- 
sentatives, March 1, 1893, and April 
21,1894. (U. S. Gov. Pub.) (Bound 
with Memorial of Leiand Stan- 
ford. 4°. Washington 1894 

— Goggin, Hon. James, Sketch of life 

of, p. 8,in "Sketches and portraits 
of the newly elected judges in 
Cook Co., 111., Nov., 1892." Re- 
printed from the Chicago Legal 
News of Nov. 19, 1892 

— Grant, Dlysses S., 18th President 

XI. S.. born 1822, died 1885, Per- 
sonal memoirs of. 2v. 8°. N.Y.. 1885-86 

Official messages and documents 

of, in vol. 7 of "A compilation of 
messages and papers of the pres- 
idents. 1789-1897." pp. 3-136 inclu- 
sive. Richardson, Jas. D., comp 

— - Abbott, John S. C. Life of Gen. 

U.S.Grant. 12°. N. Y 1868 

— - Alexander, Augustus W. Grant 

as a soldier. 12°. St. Louis 1887 

— - Badeau, Adam. Grant in peace: 

From Appomattox to Mount Mc- 
Gregor. A personal memoir. 8°. 
Hartford 1887 

— - Badeau, Adam. Military history 

of Gen. CJ. S. Grant, April, 1861- 
April, 1865. 3 v. 8°. N. Y 1885 

— - Boston, City of. Memorial to 

Ulysses S. Grant from the City of 
Boston. 4°. Boston 1885 

— - Burr, Frank. Life and deeds of 

Gen. U. 8. Grant. Introduction 
by Rev. J. P. Newman. (Memorial 
edition). 8°- Phila 1885 

— - Coppfi, Henry, 4. if. Grant and 

his campaigns. A military bio- 
graphy. 8°. N. Y 1866 

— - CuUom, Hon. S. M. Address at 

Gen. Grant memorial services, 
Springfield, 111., Aug. 8, 1885. Pam. 
8°. Springfield, n. d 

— - Dana, Chas. A„ and Wilson, J. H, 

Life of Ulysses S. Grant, General 
of the Armies of the U. S. 8°. 
Springfield, Mass 1868 



Biography- Continued. 

— - Deming, Henry C. Life of Ulysses 

S. Grant, General U. S. A. 8°. 
Hartford 1868 

— - Fiske, John. Account of the life 

and military services of Gen. 
Grant, in "The Miss. Valley in the 
Civil \^ar." 12°. Boston 1900 

— Flower, Prank A. Sketch of the 
two nominations and elections of 
Gen. Grant to the Presidency of 
the U. S., pp. 292-317, in The his- 
tory of the Republican party. 8°. 
Springfield 1884 

— - Fowler, Bishop H. C. General 

Grant. Memorial address. Pam. 

12° San Francisco 1885 

— Garland, Hamlin. Series of art- 
icles on Gen. Grant, in McClure's 
Magazine; Dec, 1896; April, 1897 

Early life of Ulysses Grant. (Dec. 

1896.; 
Grant at West Point. (Jan. 1897.) 
Grant in the Mexican War. (Feb. 

1897.) 
Grant's quiet years at Northern 

Posts. (March, 1897.) 
Grant's life in Missouri. (Apr., 1897) 

— - Headley, Bon. J. T. Life and 

travels of Gen. Grant. 8°. Phila. 1879 

— - Headley, i?«o. P. C. Life and cam- 

paigns of Gen. U. S. Grant; with 
an Introduction by Horace Gree- 
ley. 8°. N. Y 1868 

— Logan. Hon. John A. Oration at 
the tomb of Gen. U. S. Grant. Riv- 
erside Park, N. Y.. May 31, 1886. 
Pam. 8°. Washington 1886 

— - McGlellan, Carswell. Personal 

memoirs and military history of 
U. S. Grant, versus the record of 
the Army of the Potomac. 12°. 
N. Y 1887 

— - MoOlure. A. K., Grant-Seymour— 

Grant-Greeley contest, pp. 202-243, 
in "Our Presidents and how we 
make them." 

— - Marshall, Edward Cbauncey, 4. J^. 

The ancestry of Gen. Grant and 
their contemporaries. 12°. N.Y. 1869 

— - Peterson, T. B. & Bros., pubs. Il- 

lustrated life, campaigns and pub- 
lic services of Lieut. Gen. Grant. 
12°. Phila 1865 

— - Remlap, L. T. ed. Life of Gen. U. 

S. Grant; including his tour 
around the world. 8°. N. Y. and 
Chicago 1888 

— - Richardson, Albert D. Personal 

history of Ulysses S. Grant; with 
a portait and sketch of Schuyler 
Colfax. 8°. Hartford 1868 



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BIOGRAPHY. 



Biography— Continued. 

— Richardson, .las. D., com;;. Sketch 
of life and official messages and 
documents of, in Vol. 7 of "A com- 
pilation of messages and papers 
of the presidents 1789-1897," pages 
3-436 inc. (U. S. Gov't pubs.) 8°. 
Washington 1898 

— - Sherman, E B., LL. D. An ad- 

dress in memory of Ulysses S. 
Grant. Paper. 4°. Chicago- n. d 

— - Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Sketch 

of the life of Gen. Grant, pages 
111-151 inc., in "Men of our times." 
8°. Hartford 1868 

— Wilson, James Grant. Ulysses 
Simpson Grant, General of D. S. 
A., and twice President U. S; the 
life and public services of. Re- 
vised edition. 8°. N. Y 1885 

— For other sketches of Gen. Grant, 

see histories of Illinois, and re- 
cent histories of U. S 



Gray, David. Some reflections on 
his work and life. Address be- 
fore Buffalo Hist. Soc, Feb. 4, 
1889. Gluck, James Fraser. (Pub- 
lication Buffalo Hist. Soc.) Pam. 
8°. N.Y 1851 

Great Britain and Ireland Litera- 
ture and literary men of. Series 
of lectures on literature and liter- 
ary men, from Gildas to Samuel 
Johnson. 2 vols. Mills, Abraham, 
A.M. 8°. N.Y 1851 

Greeley. Horace. Amer. statesman 
and journalist: born 1811, died 
1876. The American conflict. 2 v. 
8°. Hartford 1887 

- Benton, Joel, ed. Greeley on Lin- 
coln; with Mr. Greeley's letters 
toChas. A. Dana and a lady friend: 
to which are added reminiscences 

of Horace Greeley. 12°. N.Y... 1893 

- Stowe, Harriet Beecher. .Sketch 
of the life of Horace Greeley, 
pages 293-310 inc. in "Men of our 
times." 8°. Hartford 1868 

Grow, Galusha A. Pennsylvania 
statesman; born 1823. Addresses 
on the presentation of portraits 
of Speakers Grow and Randall, 
late Representatives from Pa,, 
delivered in House of Representa- 
tives, 52d Cong., Ist session. U. 
S. Gov't Pub. 4°. Washington.. 1892 

Guttenberg. See "Memoirs of cel- 
ebrated characters." Lamartine 



Biography— Con^!«««/. 

— Gwinnett, Button. Sketch of life 

of, pages 358-362 in Dwight's 
"Lives of the Signers of the Dec- 
laration of Independence." 

— Hagle, Dios C, Illinois State Sena- 

tor, born 1839, died 1898. Memorial 
addresses on life and character 
' of, delivered in Senate of 111., 
Feb. 18, 1898. (111. State Pubs.) 
8°. Springfield 

— Hall, Jame%, 111. author. Sketch of 

life of, in foot-note of page 345, 
Vol. 1. in Moses' "Illinois, His- 
torical and Statistical." 

— Hall, Lyman, Sketch of life of, pp. 

362-366, in Dwight's "Lives of the 
Signers of the Declaration of In- 
dependence." 

— Hamilton. Alexander, Amer- states- 

man, born 1757, died 1804. Hawks. 
T. L.,«d, Official and other papers 
of the late Alexander Hamilton. 
(Vol. 1 only.) 8°. N- Y. and Lon- 
don 



1842 



- The Federalist on the new Consti- 
tution. Written by Hamilton, 
Madison and John Jay. 8°. Hal- 
lowell. Me 1826 

Lodge, Henry Cabot. Sketch of 
the life of Alexander Hamilton. 
(The Makers of the Union. Pub. 
in McClure's Magazine. April, 
1897.) 

Hamilton, Lucy. See Hamilton, 
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 

Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.: In 
loving remembrance of, by their 
daughter. Welch, Mrs. George 
S. Pam. 12°. ij.d 



Hamlin, Hannibal. Vice President 
U. S.. 1861-1865; born 1809. died 
July 4. 1891. Sketch of life of, pp. 
194-216, III Life of Abraham Lin- 
coln, of Illinois. Barrett, J. H. 
(Barrett's authentic edition.) 12°. 
Indianapolis 1860 

- Biographical sketch of, pp. 349-354, 
in Life and Public Services of 
Hon. Abraham Lincoln. Bartlett, 

D: W. 12°. Cincinnati 1860 

- Sketch of the life of, pp. 113-117, in 
Life, speeches and public ser- 
vices of Abraham Lincoln. 
Howells, Wm. C. (Wigwam 
edition.) Rudd & Carleton, Pubs. 

12°. N.Y 1860 



BIOGKAPHY. 



33 



BIOGRAPHY. 



Biography — Contlnnea. 

— Haaeock, John, sketch of life of, 

pp.l8-28,ift"Dwie:ht's Lives of the 
Signers of the Declaration of In- 
dependence" 

— Hanna, Hon. Samuel, biography of, 

accompanying history of Fort 
Wayne, Ind. Brice, Wallace A. 
8°. Ft. Wayne 1868 

— Hanson, John. President of the U.S. 

in Congress assembled, 1781-1782. 
Sketch of life of. Thomas, 
Douglas. 8°. Baltimore, n. d 

— Hardin. John J., Illinois lawyer, 

congressman and soldier; born 
1810, died 1847. Obsequies of Col. 
John J. Hardin, at Jacksonville, 
111., July 14,1847. Pam 

— Harris, Sarah Coates, Amer. physi- 

cian and geologist; born 1824, died 
1886. McClellau, Clara D. Me- 
morial sketch of the life and work 
of Sarah Coates Harris, M. D. 
Accompanied by a description of 
her cabinet of geological speci- 
mens, by Kate A. MoHugh. Illus- 
trated by original photographs, 
the work of Jennie Loveland 
Wonderly Manuscript . 

— Harrison, Benjamin, Sketch of Life 

of, pp. 297-309, m Dwlght's "Lives 
of the Signers of the Declaration 
of Independence." 

— Harrison, Benjamin, 23d President 

U. S., born 1833. Sketch of life of, 
and messages and official papers, 
in Vol. 9, pp. 3-385, of "Compila- 
tion of the messages and papers 
of the Presidents, 1789-1897." 
Kiehardson, Jas. D., comp. (U. S. 
Gov. Pubs.) 8°. Washington.... 1898 

— - Old Tippecanoe Club, Chicago, 

Sketch of the Club. Dedicated to 
Benj. Harrison. 23d President U. 
S. 12°. Chicago, u. (} 

— Harrison, William Henry, 9th Presi- 

dent U. S., born 1773, died 1841. 
Biographical sketch of and mes- 
sages and official papers, pp. 3-32, 
in Vol. 4, of "Compilation of the 
messages and papers of the Pres- 
idents, 1789-1897." Richardson, 
* Jas. D., comp. (U. S. Gov. Pubs.) 
8°. Washington 189'' 

— Life of. Grigg & Elliott, pubs. 

8°. Phila 1810 

— - A memoir of public services of. 

Hall, James. 16°. Phila 1836 

— 3 H. L. 



Biography— Cojtf in lied. 

— - History of the life, administration 

and times of, vol. 9. The Repub- 
lic; or, a history of the U. S- A. in 
the administrations. Irelan, 
John Robert, M. D. 8° Chicago. 1888 

— - Sketch of life of, in "Old Tippe- 

canoe Club, Chicago. Pages 10-13. 

— Hart, John. Sketch of life of, pages 

138-143, in Dwight's "Lives of the 
Signers of the Declaration of In- 
dependence." 

— Haven, Erastus O., D. Z<., LL.D., 

M. E. Bishop born 1820; died 1881. 
Autobiography of. Introduction 
by Rev. J. M. Buckley, T>. D. 
Stratton, C. C, D. D., ed. 12°. N. 
Y. and Cincinnati 1883 

— Hayes, Rutherford B., 19th Presi- 

dent U. S.; born. 1822; died, 1893. 
Sketch of life of, and of official 
messages and papers, pages 437- 
640, in "Compilation of the mes- 
sages and papers of the presi- 
dents, 1789-1897." Vol. 7. Richard- 
son, James D., comp. (U. S. 
Government Pubs.) 8°. Wash- 
ington 1898 

— - Ex-President U. S. Legislative 

proceedings. Memorial of Ruth- 
erford B. Hayes and Henry P. 
Baldwin. Legislature of State of 
Michigan. 8°. Lansing 1893 

— Henry, Patrick, Amr. statesman, 

born, 1736; died. 1799. Sketches 
of the life and character 
of, Wirt, William. 3d ed. 8°. 

Phila 1818 

Also, 9th ed. Corrected by author. 

8°. Phila 1840 

— Hewes, Joseph, Sketch of life of, 

pages 330-332, in Dwight's "Lives 
of Signers of the Declaration of 
Independence." 

— Heywood, Thomas. Sketch of life 

of, pages 341-346, in Dwight's 
"Lives of Signers of the Declara- 
tion of Independence." 

— Homer. See "Memoirs of celebrat- 

ed characters." Lamartine 

— Hooper, William. Sketch of life of, 

pages 325-332, in Dwight's "Lives 
of Signers of the Declaration of 
Independence." 

— Hopkins, Stephen. Sketch of life 

of. pages 66-71, in Dwight's "Lives 
of Signers of the Declaration of 
Independence." 



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BIOGRAPHY. 



BioORAPHY— Continued. 

— Hopkinson, Francis. Sketch of life 

of, in Dwight's "Lives of the 
Signers of the Declaration of In- 
dependence," pages 135-137 

— Houk, George W. Jlember of Con- 

gress from Ohio; born 1825, died 
1894. Memorial addresses on life 
and character of, delivered in 
U. S. House of Representatives 
and Senate, 63d Congress. U. S. 
Gov't Pubs. 4°. Washington.... 1895 

— Howard, Gen. 0. 0. American sol- 

dier; born 1830. Sketch of life of, 
pages 447-459, in "Men of Our 
Times." Stowe, Harriet Beecher. 
8°. Hartford 1868 

— Hoyne, Thomas, Illinois Lawyer; 

born 1824, died 1894. In memoriam. 
Sketch of the life and character 
of, with proceedings of public 
bodies on the occasion of his 
death, and memorial exercises. 8°. 
Chicago, u. d 

— - Thomas Hoyne: A poem. Hall, 

Eugene J, Page 130 of Thomas 
Hoyne; In memoriam 

— Sketchof the life of, pages 558-561, 
in "The Bench and Bar of Illinois, 
Historical and Reminiscent;" 
edited by Gen. John M. Palmer 

— Hubbard, Gurdon Salstonstall, Illi- 

nois Pioneer; born 1802, died 1886. 
Incidents and events in the life 
of. HamiltoQ. Henry E., eomp. 
8°. Chicago 1888 

— Huntington, Samuel, sketch of the 

life of, pages 85-90, in Dwight's 
"Lives of the Signers," ere 

— Hurd, Harvey B., Illinois Lawyer, 

born 1827. Sketch of. pages 769- 
773. in "Bench and Bar of Illinois 
Historical and Reminiscent;" 
edited by Gen. John M. Palmer 

— Hutchinson, Jitclge Jonas, sketch of 

the life of, page 3, in ''Sketches 
and portraits of the newly elected 
judges in Cook Co., Ills., Nov., 
1892." (Reprinted from the Chi- 
cago Legal News of Nov. 19, 1892 ) 

— Illinois Biography. See Illinois. 

— Inventors: Men of Achievemetji' 

Hubert, Philip G., Jr. 8°. N.Y.. 1896 
Contents: 
Franklin, Benjamin: Pulton, 
Robert: Whitney. Eli: Howe, 
Elias; Morse, Samuel P. B.; Good- 
year. Charles; Ericsson, John; 
McCormick. Cyrus Hall; Edison, 
Thos, A.; Bell, Alexander 
Graham. American inventors, 



Biography — Oontinued. 

past and present: Townsend, 
James M.; Drake. E. L,; Clark, 
Alvan; Fitch, John; Evans, 
Oliver: Whittemore, Amos; Blan- 
ehard, Thomas: Hoe. Richard. M.; 
Harvey, Thomas W.; Sholes, C. 
L.; Hotchkiss, B. B.: Brush, Chas. 
P.; Eickmeyer, Rudolph; West- 
inghouse, George. Jr. 



— Isabella, 
bella. 



See Ferdinand and Isa- 



Jackson. Andrew, 7th President U. 
S., born 1767, died 1845. Biograph- 
ical sketch of, and messages, and 
other ofScial papers, v. 2, pages 
435-658; and v. 3, pages 3-308, in 
"Compilation of the messages and 
papers of the Presidents,1789-1897," 
Richardson, James D., comz>. (U. 
S. Gov't. Pubs.) 8°. Washing- 
ton 1895-'96 

- Monument to the memory of An- 
drew Jackson: Containing eulo- 
gies and sermons delivered on oc- 
casion of his death, to which is 
added an appendix, preceded by a 
short sketch of his life. Dusen- 
bery, B. M. 12°. Philadelphia... 1846 

- History of the life, administration 
and times of. v. 7, of "The Re- 
public; or, a history of U. S. A. in 
the Administrations." Irelan, 
John Robert, M. D 

Annual messages, veto messages, 
protests, etc. of Andrew Jackson, 
2ded. 8°. Baltimore 1825 

- Life of, Parton, James. 3 v. 8°. 

N. Y 1861 

Jackson, Thomas Jonathan, known 
as Stonewall Jackson, Amer. Con- 
federate Gen, ; born 1824, died 1863 .... 

- Jackson, Mary Anna, (his widow.) 
Memoirs of Gen. Stonewall Jack- 
son. Introductions by Lieut.-Gen. 
John B. Gordon, and Henry M. 
Field. 8° -Louis ville, Ky 1895 

- Pollard. A. E. Sketch of the life 
and death of Stonewall Jackson, 
pages 613-618, in "Southern his- 
tory of the War." 2 v. in one. 8°. 

N. Y 1866 

- Richardson, Chas. B,, pub. 
Sketch of the life of Stonewall 
Jackson, pages 156-198, in "South- 
ern Generals, who they are and 
what they have done," 8°. N, Y. 1865 

Jacquard: See Memoirs of cele- 
brated characters. — Lamartine. 



BIOGRAPHY. 



35 



BIOGRAPHY. 



BiOQEAPHY— Continued. 

— James. Edmund J.. Ph. D. Ameri- 

can educator and author; born 
1855. Sketch of work, writings 
and life of. Reprinted from "An- 
nals of the American Academy of 
Political and Social Science." 
'v. 7, No. 1. Jan., 1896. Pages 74-86. 
Falkner, Roland P.. ed 

— Jay, John. American statesman; 

born 1745, died 1829. Life of. pages 
11-429, first series. John Jay-John 
Rutledge. Flanders, Henry. 8°. 
Phila 1855 

— - The Federalist on the New Con- 

stitution, written 1788, by Mr. 
Hamilton, Mr. Madison & Mr. Jay. 
8°. Hallowell, Maine 1826 

— Jefferson, Thomas. 3d President U. 

S.; born Apr. 2, {oldstyle)\.UZ.dAed. 
July 4, 1826. Biographical sketch 
of, and messages and other official 
papers, pages 317-461. vol. 1, in 
"Compilation messages and pa- 
pers of the Presidents, 1789-1897." 
Richardson, Jas. D., comp. (U. S. 
Gov't Pub.) 8°. Washington.... 1895 

— - Notes on the State of Virginia. 

8°. Phila 1801 

— - Irelan, John Robert, M. D. His- 

tory of life, administration and 
timesof Thomas Jefferson. V. 3of 
The Eepublic; or, a history of the 
U. S. A. in administrations 

— - Randall, Henry S., L.L.D. Life 

of Thomas Jefferson. 3 v. 8°. 

N. Y 1858 

— - Randolph, Thos. Jefferson. Mem- 

oir, correspondence, and miscel- 
lanies, from the papers of Thomas 
Jefferson. 2d ed., 2 v. 8°. Boston. 1830 

— Tucker, Geo. Jefferson, Thomas. 

Third President U. S. Life of. 
2vols. 8°. Philadelphia 1837 

— Jesus of Nazareth. Autobiography 

of. Being the historical life given 
by Himself through the inspira- 
tion of the Scribe, Pettis, Olive 
G. 8° 18!»4 

— Joan of Arc. See Memoirs of cele- 

brated characters.— Lamartine. 

— Justices Supreme Court of 111. See, 

Illinois. 

— Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the 

scenes: Or, thirty years a slave, 
and four years in the White 
House. CAutobiography.) 12°. 
NY 1868 



BIOGRAPHY — Continued. 

— Kenton, Gen. Simon. Amer. Pio- 

neer; born 1755, died 1836. Mc- 
Donald, John. Sketch of the life 
of Gen, Simon Kenton of Ken- 
tucky, pages 197-267, in McDon- 
ald's "Western Sketches." 12°. 
Dayton, Ohio 1852 

— Kidd, Presco W. Memorial of. Con- 

nelly, Will. A.,ed. 8°. Springfield 1888' 

— Lamed. Edwin Channing. Illinois 

lawyer; born 1820, died 1884. In 
memory of.— Sketch of life of, me- 
morial addresses before Chicago 
Hist. Soo. 8°. Chicago 1886 

— La Salle. E^n^-Robert. French 

explorer. Cavalier, Sieur de la 
Salle; born at Rouen, 1643; died, 
1687 

— Falconer, Thomas. Sketch of the 
life and voyages of Robert Cava- 
lier. Sieur de la Salle, in "On the 
discovery of the Miss., and on S. 
W, Oregon, and N. W. Boundary," 

etc. 12°. London 1841 

— - Girouard, D^sir^. Lake St. Louis 

and Cavalier de la Salle. 4°. Mon- 
treal 1893 

— - Gravier, Gabriel. Cavalier de la 

Salle de Rouen. 8°. Paris 1871 

— - Gu^rin, LSon. Sketch of life of 

La Salle, pages 369-384, in "Navi- 
gateurs Pran?ais." 8°. Paris 1847 

— - Hennepin, Father Louis. Account 

of the life and voyages of La 
Salle in "Hennepin's description 
of Louisiana." Translated by 
John Gilmary Shea. 8°. N. Y.. 1880 

— - Joutel. Journal of the last voy- 

age of LaSalle to Gulph of Mexico, 
to find the mouth of the Miss, 
river. By M. Joutel, one of La 
Salle's lieutenants. English 
translation- London 1714 

— Le Clercq. Father Christian. 
Sketch of life and discoveries of 
La Salle, in Vol. 2 of Le Clercq's 
"First Establishment of the 
Faith." Translated by John Gil- 
mary Shea 

— - Margry, Pierre. Sketches of the 

life and discoveries of La Salle. 
a»"D6couvertes et 6tablissements 
des Franfais dans L' Ouest et le 
Sud. L'Am^rique Septenrionale, 
1614-1754." 6v. 8°. Paris 1879-1888 

— - Parkman, Francis. The discov- 

ery of the Great, West. 8°. Bos- 
ton 1869 



BIOGRAPHY. 



36 



BIOGRAPHY. 



Biography — CorUlnutd- 

— Parkman, Francis. La Salle and 
the discovery of the great West. 
2ded. 8°. Boston 1889 

— - Reminston, Charles Kingsbury. 

The ship-yard of the Griffon, a 
brigantine built by R^nfi Robert' 
Cavelier, sieur Je la Salle, in 1679, 
above the Falls of Niagara. 8°. 
Buffalo 1891 

— Shea, John Gilmary. Sketch of 
life, labors and voyages of La 
Salle, in "Discovery and Explora- 
tion of Miss. Valley," etc. 8°. 

N. Y 1853 

— - Translations of Hennepin's "De- 

seripti'ns of Louisiana" and of Le 
Clercq's "First Establishment of 
the Faith." • 

— - Sparks, Jared. Life of Robert 

Cavelier de La Salle. (Library of 
American Biography, 2d series; 
V. 1.) 12°. Boston 1844 

— - Suite, Benjamin. Le mort de 

Cavelier de La Salle, in Proceed- 
ings and Trans. Royal Soc. of 
Canada, 1898; 2d series, V. 4. Me- 
moirs, sec. 1, pages 3-31 

— - Thomassy, R. La Salle et sea 

relations in^dites de la d^couverte 
du Mississippi. (Bxtrait de la 
Q^ologie pratique de la Louis- 
lane.) 4°. Paris 1859 

— - Tonti, Henri. Dernieres d^cou- 

vertes dans L'Am^rique Septen- 
rionale de M. de La Salle. 12°. 
Paris 1697 

— - For other sketches of La Salle. 

see works on travel and voyage. 
Miss. Valley , the west, etc 

— Lawyers of Illinois. See Illinois. 

— Lee. Francis Lightf oot. Sketch of 

life of, pages 318-321, in Dwight's 
"Lives of Signers of the Declara- 
tion of Independence." 

— Lee, JZe-u. Jesse. Sketch of life and 

labors of, pages 11-118, in v. 2, of 
"Asbury and his co-laborers." 
Larrabee 

— Lee, Richard Henry, Sketch of life 

of, pages 270-286, in Dwight's 
"Lives of the Signers of the Dec- 
laration of Independence." 

— Lee. Rob't E.. Amer. Oonfed. Gen'l, 

born, 1807; died, 1870. Long, A. Li. 
Memoirs of Robert E. Lee; his 
military and personal history, 
with incidents relating to his pri- 
vate life subsequent to the war. 
Collected and edited by Marcus 
J. Wright. 8° N. Y., Phila. and 
Washington 1886 



BiOQUXp-aY—Contitmed. 

— - Pollard. Edward A. The life. 

campaigns and public services of 
Robert E. Lee, by a distinguished 
southern journalist. 8°. N. Y... 1870 

— - Richardson, Chas., i>ub. Sketch 

of the life and services of Gen. 
Robert E. Lee, in "Southern Gen- 
erals, who they are and what they 
have done." 8°. N. Y 186& 

— Lemley. John. The Weeping Pil- 

grim; or. The early life of John 
Lemley. (Autobiography.) 8°. 
Rockford, 111 1869' 

— Leonard, John Edwards. Member 

of Congress from Louisiana; born 
1845, died 1878. Sketch of the life 
and career of. Memorial ad- 
dresses delivered in U. S. House 
of Representatives, April 18.1878, 
45th Cong., 2d session. (U. S. 
Gov't Pubs.) 8°. Washington... 1879 

— Lewis, Francis. Sketch of the life 

of, pages 109-112. in Dwight's 
"Lives of the Signers of the Dec- 
laration of Independence." 

— Lewis, Meriwether, (Lewis & Clark) 

Amr. explorer, born 1774, died 
1809. Allen, Paul. History of the 
expedition under com^mand of 
Capts. Lewis & Clark. Revised 
and edited by Archibald M'Vick- 
ar, 2v. 16°. N. Y 1874-7S 

— Butler, James Davie. The new 
found journal of Chas. Floyd, a 
sergeant under Capts. Lewis & 
Clark. Pam. 8°. Worcester, 
Mass 1894 

— - Coues, Elliot, ed. Memoir of 

Meriwether Lewis, pages 15-62, in 
preface to "History of expedition 
under command of Lewis & Clark 
to sources of the Missouri and 
Columbia Rivers." 4 v. 8°. N. Y. 189S 

— - Fisher, William. Account of the 

voyages of Captains Lewis and 
Clark. 16°. Baltimore 1812 

— - Jefferson, Thomas. Message of 

the President of the V. S. com- 
municating the discoveries of 
Capts. Lewis and Clark. 8°. N.Y. 1806 

— Lewis, Meriwether. The travels 
of Capts. Lewis and Clark. 8°. 
London 1809 

— Lincoln, Abraham, 16th President 

US., born Feb. 12, 1809, died April 
15, 1865. Sketch of, pages 1-297 
inc., in v, 6, of "Compilation of 
messages and papers of the Presi- 
dents, 1789-1897." Richardson, 
James D., comv. (U. S. Govern- 
ment pubs.) 8°. Washington.... 1897 



BIOGRAPHY. 



37 



BIOGRAPHY. 



BjoasAFHY— Continued. 

— - Complete works. Comprising his 

speeches, letters. State papers 
and miscellaneous writings. Nico- 
lay, John G., and Hay, John, eds. 

2v. 8°. N. Y 1894 

Address delivered before Wash- 
ington Temperance Society of 
Springfield, 111., Feb. 22,1842. (Re- 
print, Springfield, 1889, pam.) 

— - Speech of Feb. 22, 1842, (clipping 

from Christian Advocate, New 
York, Feb. 19,1891.) Same as above .... 

— - Speech delivered in Springfield, 

111., July 17, 1858. Pam. n. d 

— - Speech to Republican State Con- 

vention of 111., Jmn 16,1858. ("House 
divided against itself can not 
stand. ")In proceedings of theCon- 
vention. Pam. 8°. Springfield 

— Copy of ballot for election of I860, 

'Containing names of presidential 
electors Lincoln and Hamlin, of 
candidates for Illinois State of- 
fices and Sangamon County of- 
fices 

— Program of the arrangements for 

the inauguration of the President 
U. S., March 4, 1865. (U. S. Gov. 
pub.) Pam. 8° Washington... 1865 

— The followi?is papers and docu- 

ments were obtained from the 
records of Sangamon County, 111., 
and are still part of the official 
records of the county, and are 
placed on deposit in this library, 
by an act of the Sangamon Co. 
Board of Supervisors; a memo- 
randum of each paper so deposited 
being placed in its place in the 
office of the Coanty Clerk of San- 
gamon County. These papers, 
with the exception of the marri- 
age license and clergyman's re- 
turn of same, are dated 1831-1837, 
and consist of petitions to County 
Commissioners Court for the es- 
tablishment of roads, reports of 
"viewers of roads, poll lists, elec- 
tion returns, etc., in which Mr. 
Lincoln's name appears, or, are 
jn his handwriting, or with which 
he was connected directly or in- 
directly 

Poll list of Clary's Grove precinct, 
Aug. 1,1831. Record of Lincoln' ?■ 
first vote. 

Poll list, New Salem precinct, Sept. 
20, 1832. 

Poll list, New Salem precinct, Nov. 
5, 1832. 

Poll list. New Salem precinct. May, 
1834. 



BiOQ'RAPHY— Continued . 

Poll list. New Salem precinct, Aug., 
1834. 

Poll list. New Salem precinct, Oct., 
1834. 

Poll list. New Salem precinct, Aug. 
3.1835. 

Poll list. New Salem precinct, June 
20.1836. 

Poll list, New Salem precinct, Aug. 
1. 1836. 

Poll list. New Salem precinct, Nov. 
7, 1836. 

County Commissioners Court, Mar. 
Term, 1831. Petition for constable 
to fill vacancy. 

County Commissioners Court, Mar., 
1831. Two petitions for appoint- 
ment of Isaac Smith as constable. 

Election notice for New Salem pre- 
cinct, June Term, 1832. Bowling 
Green and Wm. Clark api)ointed 
judges for November election. 

Petition for constable to fill vacancy 
caused by resignation of Wm. 
Constant, July 20, 1832. 

Lists (three), of judges and clerks 
of a special election. Sept., 1834, 
and of fees allowed for returning 
poll books. 

Plat of road from Athens to Sanga- 
mon town. 

Petition for a road from Springfield 
in direction of Carrollton, Feb. 12, 
1831 

Report of viewers of a road from 
Springfield to Paris, June 6, 1831. 

Co. Commissioners order for loca- 
tion of a road. Thos. Watkins 
appointed supervisor of same, 
Mirch Term, 1832. 

Report and map of a road from 
Springfield to Carlinville, June 
Term, 1833. 

Plat and field notes of a State road 
from Chicago to Grafton, 1833. 

Report and plat of a road from 
Springfield to Shelbyville, Dec. 
Term, 1833. 

Field notes and plat of road from 
Springfield to Beardstown, June 
Term. 1833. 

Petition to County Commissioners 
to appoint viewers to locate a road 
from Musick's ferry, on Salt 
creek, via New Salem to county 
line, in direction of Jacksonville, 
Feb. 25, 1834. 

Petition for re-location of part of a 
road from Watkin's mill. Miller's 
ferry, to Morgan co. line. 1834. 

Report of viewers and plat of a road 
between Sangamon town and 
Athens, Nov. 4, 1834. 

Petition for a road from Petersburg 
to county line in direction of 
Bairdstown, Feb. 4, 1833; plat of 
the road, also a petition approv- 
ing said road. 

Receipt of Michael Killion for $3.37^ 
for payment as reviewer of a road 
from Musick's ferry, via New 
Salem, to county line. Morgan co., 
June, 1834. 

Copy of the report of Killion, Arm- 
strong and Lincoln as viewers, 
and map of the road from Mu- 
sick's ferry on Salt creek, via 
New Salem to county line, in di- 
rection of Jacksonville; with re- 
ceipt for the originals, given by 
John G. Nicolay, dated July 9, 
1875. 



BIOGKAPHY. 



38 



BIOGRAPHY. 



BioaRAPRi—dontinued. 

Act authorizing re-location of part 
of tlie road from Springfield to 
Alton; report Feb. 6.1835; report 
of reviewers and plat of road, 
Dec. 1835. 

Report, map and bill of road view- 
ers, April 18, 1835, for road cros- 
sing Musick's bridge to Athens, 
and to Port Clark road. Peter 
Cartwright one of the viewers. 

Act, Feb. 12, 1835, petition and map 
of road from Springfield, via Mil- 
ler's ferry, towards Fekin, 

Plat of above mentioned road and 
report of viewers, June Term, 
1836. 

Petition for a road from Salem to 
MaCoupin Point, Sept. 1, 1836, 

Petition for a road from Middle- 
town, near Musick's bridge, via 
Meaddow's mill to county line, 
1836. 

Petition for a road from public 
square, Springfield, to Nathan 
Hussey's, on Fort Clark road; ap- 
pointment of viewers to locate 
said road, field notes and plat of 
the road. 

Bill of C. R. Matheny, county clerk, 
for serving notices, etc., 1836-37. 

Draft of Bowling Green on C. R. 
Matheny, county clerk, for $4.00, 
April 28. 1831. 

Papers relating to sale of New 
Salem ferry, by John Ferguson to 
Alex, Trent, July Term. 1832. Wit- 
nessed by A. Lincoln. 

Co. Commissioners court. Petition 
for county support of insane son 
of Travice Elmore, Feb. 9, 1833. 

Copy of bond of Berry and Lincoln 
to keep a tavern in New Salem. 
Rates allowed for the sale of 
liquors, lodging, meals, etc., Mar. 
6, 1833. 

Receipt for $10 from A. Lincoln to 
C. R. Matheny, county clerk. 
Money deposited with an applica- 
tion for a road, June 3, 1834. 

Sangamon Co. in account wirh de- 
puty sheriff O. Dickinson, for 
fees allowed for serving notices 
on Killion, Armstrong and Lin- 
coln, etc.. 1834. 

Petition for increase of county al- 
lowance to insane son of Travice 
Elmore, March Term, 1836. 

Petition for use of "scrapers" on 
public roads, Sept. Term, 1836. 

Marriage license and clergyman's 
return. Abraham Lincoln and 
Mary Todd. Nov. 4, 1842. 

— - The President's words: A selec- 

tion of passages from the 
speeches, addresses and letters 
of Abraham Lincoln. Hale, Edw. 
E„ ed. 16°. Boston 1865 

— - Abraham Lincoln's pen and 

voice; being a complete compila- 
tion of his letter.s, civil, political, 
and military; also his messages, 
addresses, inaugural and others. 
Van Buren, G. M., comp. 12°. 
Cincinnati 1890 



BioanAFUY—Continyed. 

* 

— - Political debates between Hon. 

Abraham Lincoln and Hon. 
Stephen A. Douglas, in cam- 
paign of 1858, in 111.; including 
the preceding speeches of each, 
at Chicago, Springfield, etc. ; also 
the two great speeches of Mr. 
Lincoln in Ohio, in 1859. Care- 
fully prepared by the reporters of 
each party, and published at the 
the times of their delivery, Fol- 
lett, Foster & Co., pubs, 8°. Co- 
lumbus. Ohio 1869 

— - Abbott, Abbott A. Assassination 

and death of Abraham Lincoln. 
Pam. 12°. N. Y 1865 

— - American Biographical Publish- 

ing Co., pubs. U. S. biographical 
dictionary and portrait gallery 
of eminent self-made men. Il- 
linois, V. 1883. Sketch of Hon. 
Abraham Lincoln, pages 1-2. 4°. 
Chicago and N. Y 



■ Arnaud, Achille. Abraham Lin- 
coln, sa uaissance, sa vie, sa 
mort; avec un r^cit de la guerre. 

8°. Paris 1865 

- Arnold, Isaac N. Lincoln and 
slavery. 8°- Chicago 186S 

Arnold, Isaac N. Life of Abra- 
ham Lincoln. 8°. Chicago 1891 

■ Arnold, Isaac N. Abraham Lin- 
coln: A paper read before the 
Royal Historical Society, London. 
June 16, 1881. (In Lincoln and 
Douglas, Fergus Historical Se- 
ries, No. 15. ) 



Arnold, Isaac N. Lincoln and 
Douglas; pages. 30-33 in "Recol- 
lections of early Chicago and the 
Illinois Bar." (Fergus Hist. 
Series, No 22.) 



Arnold, Isaac N. Letter ad- 
dressed to Hon. I. N. Arnold, 
written by Capt. Elijah lies, in 
reference to Mr. Lincoln's ser- 
vice as private soldier in Black 
Hawk war. (See lies. Elijah.) 
Pages 18-20, in Fergus Hist. 
Series No. 10, Chic. Hist. Soc.)... 

Arnold, Isaac N. Lincoln and 
Douglas, pages,145-154 in "Illinois 
Bar forty years ago." (Early 
Illinois, Fergus Hist. Series, No. 
14 ) 



BIOGRAPHY. 



39 



BlOGIv'Al'HY. 



BlOaUAPHT— 6'0n?l«He"(J. 

— - Badger, ii'ec. Henry C. Thelium- 

ble GOmiiierer: A. discourse com- 
memorative of the life and ser- 
vices of Abraham Lincoln, 
preached for the Cambridgeport 
parish, April 23. 1865. 8°. Pam. 
Boston 1865 

— - Bancroft, Georse. In memoi-iam 

of Abraham Lincoln, the Martyr 
President U. 8. Oration, at re- 
quest of both houses Consrress, 
Feb. 12. 1866. List of names of 
committees, program of arrange- 
ments, etc., for the occasion of 
the delivery of the oration. Pam. 
8°. Washington 1866 

— - Memorial address (above) on life 

and character of Abraham Lin- 
coln. (U. S, (iov't. Pub.) Cloth, 
S° Washington 1866 

— - Barker. H. E. Lines on Lincoln. 

Inspired by a visit to Old Salem. 
Published in the Springfield (111.) 
Daily News, Aug. 1. 1900 

— Barrett. J. H. Life of Abraham 
Lincoln. 8°. Cincinnati & N. Y.. 1865 

— - Barrett. J. H. Life of Abraham 

Lincoln (of Illinois); also sketch 
of life of Hannibal Hamlin. Bar- 
rett's authorized edition. 12"^. In- 
dianapolis 1860 

— - Bartlett, D. W. Life and public 

services of Abraham Lincoln, and 
a biographical sketch of Hon. 
Hannibal Hamlin. 12°. Cincin- 
nati 1860 

— - Bateman. Newton, and Selby, 

Paul, eds. Historical Encyclo- 
pedia of Illinois. Sketch of life 
A. Lincoln, pages 337 and 338, 4°. 
Chicago 1900 

— - Benton. Joel, ed. Greeley on Lin- 

coln, with Mr. Greeley's letters to 
Charles A. Dana and a lady 
friend; to which are added rem- 
iniscences of Horace Greeley. 12° 
N. Y. (Copyrighted 1893.) 

— Bird, M. B. The victorious. A 
small poem on the assassination 
of President Lincoln. 12"\ Kings- 
ton, Jamaica 1866 

— - Blackburn, iZfi'.Wm. M. Crime 

against the Presidency, A ser- 
mon delivered April 16, 1865, in 
Fourth Presbyterian church, 
Trenton, N. J 1865 



BlOORAFHY— Co III i II II cd . 

— - Blaine, Jaraes It, Anecdotes, of 

Mr. Linco]u,of Lincoln and Doug- 
las campaign, sketch of his ad- 
ministration, and tribute to his 
character and public services, in 
"Twenty years in Congress," 
pages, 145; 168-172; 279-549, v. 1 

— - Blauchard, Rufus. Abraham Lin- 

coln, the type of American genius. 
An historical romance. (Poem.) 
8°. Wheatou. HI 1882 

— Boston, city of. See Tilton, pub. 

— Boyd, Andrew, pub. Abraham 
Lincoln: Foully assassinated, 
April 14, 1865. Poem from Loudon 
Punch, with an illustration, iMay 
6,1866. Published, with an intro- 
duction by Mr. Boyd. 4°- Albany 1868 

— - Brockett, L. P., J/. D. Life and 

times of Abraham Lincoln, includ- 
ing his speeches, messages. In- 
augurals, proch\mations, etc. 8°. 
Phila 1865 

— - Brooks, Noah. Abraham Lincoln. 

A biography for young people. 
12°. N. Yet London 1888 

— Brooks, iJc!'. Phillips. Life and 
death of Abraham Lincoln. Ser- 
mon, Phila., Church Holy Trinity. 
April 23, 1865. 8°. Phila 1865 

— - Browne, Francis F. Everyday 

life of Abraham Lincoln. Pub- 
lished in the National Tribune, 
(Washington, D. C . ) Aug. 16 1900 

— Bullock. Alexander H. Abraham 
Lincoln: The just magistrate, the 
representative statesman, the 
practical philanthropist. Address 
before city council and citizens 
of Worcester. Mass,, June 1, 1S65. 
Pam. S^\ Worcester. Mass 1865 

— - Bunco & Huntington, pubs. Lin- 

coln memorial: A record of the 
lite, assassination and obsequies 
of the martyred President. 8°. 
N. Y 1865 

— Busby, L. W. Lincoln monu- 
ment. The lust resting place of 
the Martyr President fallen into 
decay. A careful examination by 
the correspondent of the Inler- 
Oceau, published in the Chicago 
Inter Ocean, July 19 1SS4 

— Butterworth, Hezekiah. la the 
boyhood of Lincoln; a tale of the 
Tunker schoolmaster and the 
times of Bl'k Hawk. 9th ed.l2°. N . Y 1896 



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BIOGRAPHY. 



BloORAFHr— Continued. 

— - Bryant. John H. At the tomb of 

Lincoln. Poem read at the final 
dedication of the Lincoln Monu- 
ment, April 15. 1884. Pages 204-207, 
in "Poems written from youth to 
oldage. 1824-1884" 

— - Bryant, .John H. Death of Lin- 

coln. Poem. Page 142, in "Poems 
written from youth to old age, 
1824-1384." 12°. Princeton, 111 1885 

— - Carpenter, Prank B. Personal 

recollections and incidents of a 
six months' sojourn in the White 
House during the Lincoln admin- 
istration. {Published in Peter- 
son's Magazine, March, 1896.) 

— - Carpenter. P. B. Six months at 

the White House with Abraham 
Lincoln. The story of a picture. 
12°. N.Y 1866 

— - Catherwood, Mary Hartwell. 

Spanish Peggy: a story of young 
Illinois. 8°. Chicago and N. Y.. 1899 

— - Cathey, James H, Truth is stran- 

ger than fiction: or the true gene- 
sis of a wonderful man. (Ances- 
try of Lincoln.) 16° 1899 

— - Caton, John Dean. Death of Lin- 

coln. Address to the Supreme 
Court of 111., upon presenting res- 
olutions of the Bar, May 3, 1865. 
Pages 10-16, i)i "Miscellanies." 8°. 
Boston 1880 

— - Chapman Bros., pubs. Sketch of 

Abraham Lincoln, pages 79-80, in 
"Portrait and biographical album 
of Sangamon Co.. 111." 4°. Chicago. 1891 

— - Chester. I^ev. John. The lesson 

of the hour. Discourse preached 
on the Sabbath following the 
death of the President. Pam. 8°- 
Washington 1865 

— - Chicago Inter Ocean, pub. Lin- 

coln's tomb. The last resting place 
of the Martyr Presi't falling into 
decay. Investigation of the facts 
in the case by a representatire of 
the Inter Ocean. Busby, L. W. 
Published in the Chicago Inter 
Ocean, July 19, 1884 

— - Chittenden. L. E. Personal remi- 

niscences, 1840-1890. Abraham 
Lincoln, a study. Pages 340-427. 
8°. N.Y 1893 

— - Chittenden, L. E. HecoUections 

of President Lincoln and his ad- 
ministration. 8°. M. Y 1831 



BlOdRAFSY— Continued. 

— - Coddington, David S. Eulogy on 

President Lincoln, delivered in 
Citadel Square Church, Charles- 
ton, S. C, May 6,1865. Pam. 8°. 
N.Y..., 1865 

— - Collis, Septima M. (Mrs. Gen'l. 

Chaa. H. T. Collis.) A woman's 
war record, 1861-1865. 12°. N. Y. 
and London 1889 

— - Crane, Sev. C. B. Sermon on oc- 

casion of death of President Lin- 
coln, preached in South Hill Bap- 
tist Church, Hartford, Conn., Apr. 
16,1865. Pam. 8°. Hartford 1865 

— - Coffin. Charles Carleton. Abra- 

ham Lincoln. 8°. N.Y 1893 

— - Crosby, Frank. Life of Abraham 

Lincoln, containing his early his- 
tory and political career, speeches, 
messages, proclamations and 
other of&cial documents. 12°. 
Phila 1865 

— - Cushman, J. B., comp. Legisla- 

tive honors to the memory of 
President Lincoln by the State of 
New York. Message of Gov. Pen- 
ton to Legislature communicating 
the death of President Lincoln. 
And obsequies in the Legislature. 
8°. Albany 1865 

— - Cushman, Sev. R. S. Resolutions 

and discourse occasioned by death 
of Abraham Lincoln: delivered in 
Congregational Church of Man- 
chester, Vermont, April 19, 1865. 
Pam. b°. Manchester 1865 

— Darby, John P. Anecdote of Ab- 
raham Lincoln, pages 445-448, in 
"Personal recollections of many 
prominent people whom I have 
known, etc." 



■ Davidson, Alexander, and Stuve 
Bernard. Account of the duel be- 
tween Gen. Shields and Mr. Lin- 
coln, pages 623-627. Sketch of Mr. 
Lincoln, and account of the Lin- 
coln-Douglas debates, pages 702- 
715, in "History of Illinois, 1673- 
1884." 8°. Springfield 1884 

Davis, J. McCan. See Tarbell, 
IdaM. 

Dean. iJev. Sidney. Eulogy on the 
occasion of burial of Abraham 
Lincoln, delivered in City Hall, 
Providence, R. I., April 19, 1865. 
Pam. 8°. Providence 1865 



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41 



BIOGRAPHY. 



Biography— ConMnwed . 

- Debates between Abraham Lin- 
coln and Stephen A. Douglas in 
celebrated campaign in 111., 1858; 
including the preceding speeches 
of each at Chicago, Springfield, 
etc.; also the two great speeches 
of Mr. Lincoln in Ohio, in 1859. 8°. 
Columbus 1860 

— - Deming, Henry Champion. Eu- 

logy of Abraham Lincoln, before 
General Assembly of Conn..Allyn 
Hall, Hartford, Conn., June 8, 
1865. 8°. Hartford (State printers. ) 1865 

— Demund, Mev. Isaac S. Lnmenta- 
tion on the death of Abraham 
Lincoln. May, 1865. Delivered in 
Reformed Dutch Church, Para- 
mus. N. J. Pam. 8°. N. Y 1865 

— Dodge, Daniel Kilham, Ph. D. 
Abraham Lincoln. The evolution 
of his literary style. (University 
of 111. Studies. Vol, 1, No, 1.) Pa- 
per. 8°. Champaign, May 19U0 

— - Douglas. Stephen A. See Lincoln 

and Douglas, "Political debates 
of." 

— - Enos, Z. A. Early surveyors and 

surveying in Illinois. Contains 
fac simile of certified plat of sur- 
vey and opinion by Mr. Lincoln, 
Bead before the Illinois Society 
of Engineers, Jan. 29, 1891. Pam. 
7 pages and fac simile reprints. 
8°. Springfield 1891 

— - Edgar, Bev. G. H. Josiah and 

Lincoln, the great reformers. Tri- 
bute to the worth and work of our 
martyr president, delivered in 
Reformed Dutch Church, Easton, 
Pa., June 1, 1865. Pam. 8°. Eas- 
ton, Pa 1865 

— - Everett. Rev. Charles Carroll. 

Sermon preached on Sunday after 
assassination of Abraham Lin- 
coln, together with remarks made 
on the day of his funeral. Inde- 
pendent Congregational Church, 
Bangor, Me. Pam. 8°. Bangor, 
Me 1865 

— - Field, Hon. Richard S. Address 

on life and character of Abraham 
Lincoln, delivered before Legis- 
lature of New Jersey, Feb. 12, 
1866. Pam. S°. Trenton 1866 

— - Forney, John W. A sketch of 

Abraham Lincoln; pages 165-177, 
i« Vol. 1, of "Anecdotes of public 
men." 2 v. 12°. N. Y 1873-1881 



BiooRAPHT— ConJim«ed. 

— - Fowler, Mev. Henry. Character 

and death of Abraham Lincoln. 
Discourse preached at Auburn, 
N. Y., April 23, 1865. Pam. 8°. 
Auburn, N.Y 1865 

— - Fowler, John. jr. Address on the 

death of President Lincoln, de- 
livered at request of citizens, 
April 20. 1865, in Old Episcopal 
Church, New Rochelie, N.Y. Pam. 
8°. N.Y 1865 

— - Francis, Julius E.. collector. The 

Lincoln Memorial Collection. Re- 
lics of the War of the Rebellion. 
Autographs of soldiers and sail- 
ors and government officials. Pro- 
perty of the Lincoln Birthday 
Association, Buff alo.N. Y. Paper. 
8°. Buffalo 1887 

— - French, Charles Wallace. Abra- 

ham Lincoln, the Liberator. Ed- 
ited by Carlos Martyn. 12° N.Y. 1891 

— - Frelinghuysen, Frederick T, Ora- 

tion at obsequies of Abraham Lin- 
coln, in Newark, N. J., April 19, 
1865. Pam. 8°. Newark, N.J... . 1865 

— - Gaddis, Bev. M. P. Sermon on 

the assassination of Abraham 
Lincoln, delivered in Pike's Opera 
House, Cincinnati, April 16, 1865. 
Pam. 8°. Cincinnati 1865 

— - Gallaher, J. E., comp. Best Lin- 

coln stories, tersely told. 16°. 
Chicago, N. D 

— - Gilmore, James R., (Edmund 

Kirke, pseud.) Personal recol- 
lections of Abraham Lincoln and 
the Civil War. 8°. N.Y 1898 

— - Grant. Ulysses S. Contrast be- 

tween characters of Lincoln and 
Secretary Stanton, pages 636-537. 
in vol. 2, of "Personal memoirs of 
U. S. Grant;" also, various other 
references to Mr. Lincoln and his 
administration and times, in same 
work 

— - Greeley, Horace. Greeley on 

Lincoln, with Mr. Greeley's let- 
ters to Chas. A. Dana, and a lady 
friend. Edited by Joel Benton. 
(See Benton.) 12°. N.Y 1893 

— - Griffith, Francis P. Lamentation 

for Abraham Lincoln, April, 1866. 
Poem. Paper clipping, n. d 

— - Hale, Edward E., ed. The Presi- 

dent's Words. A selection from 
the speeches, addresses and let- 
ters of Abraham Lincoln. 16°. 
Boston 1865 



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BIOGRAPHY. 



BiOQSAFRY— Continued. 

— - Hall, Rev. Chas. H. A Mourulul 

Easter. Sermon on death of Presi- 
dent Lincoln. Pam. 8°. Wash- 
ington 1865 

— - Hall. Gordon. President Lincoln's 

death. Its voice to the people. 
Sermon. 8°- Northampton. Mass. 
Pam 1865 

— - Hall, Mev. Newman. A sermon 

on the death of Abraham Lincoln. 
Pam. 8°. Boston 1865 

— - Hamill. Samuel M. President Lin- 

coln: A faithful son. Sermon. 
Pam. 8°. Trenton, N.J 1865 

— - Hammond, C. L., comp. Condition 

of Lincoln monument, A com- 
municationlto Union League Club, 
Chicago, with letters and other 
papers relating to Lincoln monu- 
ment. Pam. 8°. Chicago.. 1894 

— - Hammond, Charles. Sermon on 

life and character of Abraham 
Lincoln. Pam. 8°. Springfield, 
Mass 1865 

Hanaford, Mrs. P. A. Abraham 

Lincoln: His life and public ser- 
vices. 8°. Boston 1865 

— — Our Martyred President. Poem 

Pam. 8°. Boston 1865 

— - Hapgood, Norman. Abraham Lin- 

coln: The man of the people. 

12°. N.y 1899 

— - Harris. T. M. Assassination of 

Lincoln. A history of the great 
conspiracy. Trial of the con- 
spirators by military commission 
and a review of the trial of John 
fl. Surratt. 8°. Springfield. 
Mass. Copyrighted 1892 

— - Haven. Gilbert. The Uniter and 

Liberator of America. Sermon. 
Pam. 8°. Boston 1865 

— - Hay, John. See Nicolay and Hay. 

— - Hayden, 3Irs. Caroline A. Our 

country's Martyr. A poem. Pam. 

12°. Boston 1865 

— Helm, Emily Todd. Mary Todd 
Lincoln. Reminiscences and let- 
ters of the wife of President Lin- 
coln. (In MoClure's Magazine, 
Sept., 1898. ) 

— Hemdon, Wm. H. AnnRutledge, 
New Salem. Pioneering and the 
poem. A lecture delivered in 
Springfield, 1866. (Newspaper 
clipping, in scrap-book.) 



BioOritAPaY— Continued. 

— - Herndon, Wm. H. Lincoln's re- 

ligion. A lecture on Mr. Lincoln's 
"Later life and religious senti- 
ments," in answer to a lecture by 
Rev. Jas. A. Reed; delivered 1875. 
>l<so. correspondence between Rev 
James Smith and Mr. Herndon in 
regard to Mr. Lincoln's religious 
beliefs and his affection for Ann 
Rutledge. Three letters, dated 
1867. Clipped from Shelby Re- 
publican, Shelbyville, Ind., copied 
from Illinois State IJournal. (In 
scrap-book. ) 

— - Hemdon,Wm.H.a»(ZWeik, Jesse 

W., X JJ. Eerndon's Lincoln— 
The true story of a great life. 
History and personal recollec- 
tions of Abraham Lincoln, by 
Wm. H. Herndon, for twenty 
years his friend and law partner. 
3v. 12°. Chicago 1892 

— -Hitchcock, Caroline Hanks. 

Nancy Hanks— The story of Ab- 
raham Lincoln's mother. 16°. 
N. Y 1899- 

— - Holland, J. G. Life of Abraham 

Lincoln, 8°. Springfield, Mass.. 1866- 

— - Holland, J. G. The Nation weep- 

ing for its dead. Pam. 8°. 
Springfield, Mass 1865 

— - Howells, Wm. Cooper. (Rudd & 

Carletons, pubs.) Life, speeches 
and public services of Abraham 
Lincoln, with sketch of life of 
Hannibal Hamlin. Wigwam edi- ' 

tion, 12°. N.Y 1860 

Illinois University Studies, Yol. 1, 
No. 1, May 1900, 

See Dodge, Daniel Kilham. 

— - Inglis, Samuel M., comp. Sou- 

venir for school children of Illi- 
nois, to be used in celebration of 
Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12, and 
Washington's birthday, Feb. 22. 
(Ills. State Dep't Pub. Instruc- 
tion Pubs.) Pam. 8°. Spring- 
field 1898 

— - Inter-State Publishing Co. puis. 

Sketch of Abraham Lincoln, pp. 
487-501, !» "History of Sangamon 
Co., Illinois." 8°. Chicago 1881 

— - Irelan, John Robert, Jlf.Z). His- 

tory of the life, administration 
and times of Abraham Lincoln. 

2v. 8°. Chicago 1^8 

Vols. 16 and 17 of "The Republic, 
a history of U. S. A. in adminis- 
trations." 



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43 



BIOGRAPHY. 



Biography— (7o«<»nMe(J. 

— - Jerome, Alonzo Wheeler. The 

great debate. Souvenir. Paper. 
12°. Springfield 1899 

— - Jones. Maj, Evan Rowland. Lin- 

coln, Stanton and Grant. Hia- 
torioal sketches. 8°. London 1875? 

— Keckley, Elizabeth. Behind the 
scenes; or. thirty years a slave, 
and four years in the White 
House. 12° N. T 1868 

— Kirke, Edmund, pseud. See Gil- 
more. 

— - Krauth, Bev. Charles P. The two 

pageants. Pam. 8°. Pittsburgh- 1865 

— Lamon, Dorothy, ed. Recollec- 
tions of Abraham Lincoln, 1847- 
1865, by Ward H. Laraon. 12°. 
Chicago 1895 

— Lamon, Ward H. Life of Abra- 
ham Lincoln; from his birth to 
his inauguration as president. 8°. 
Boston 1872 

— Leland Hotel. Springfield, 111., 
Proprietors of, pubs. A Lincoln 
souvenir. Pamphlet. Cover of 
pamphlet has picture of desk on 
which Mr. Lincoln wrote his first 
inaugural address. The desk is 
now in corridor of the hotel. Pam. 
contains Mr. Lincoln's farewell 
address to his friends and neigh- 
bors in Springfield, upon his leav- 
ing for Washington, Feb. 11,1861, 
his first inaugural address, and 
the Gettysburg address. Pam. 

12°. Springfield, n.d 

— - Lincoln Guard of Honor, comps. 

Organization and objects of Lin- 
coln Guard of Honor and first 
memorial services, April 15, 1880. 
Pam, 8°. Springfield 1880 

— Linder, Gen. Usher P. Sketch of 
Abraham Lincoln, pages 37-40,and 
various anecdotes of him in 
"Reminiscences of early Bench 
and Bar of Illinois." 2d ed. 12°. 
Chicago 1S79 

— Lippincott. J. B. &'Co.. pubs. Po- 
etical tributes to the memory of 
Abraham Lincoln. 12°. Phila.. 1865.. 

Contains poems by — 

Adams, George B 'C.R- 

Ancker. Adolph Bennett, Emma Ben- 
Anonymous,!? poems) son -D- , J 
Bryant. Wm. Cullen Chittenden, Richard 
Ballard. H. C. „ ^''"''J,, v, 
Barnett, J. G. Cary. Phoebe 
Benson, John S.^ Gary, Alice 
Benjamin, S. G, W. Cromwell. Ruth N. 
Beale.Mrs. O. A. S. Cooper, George 
Blckerstaff. Miss Em-C -. Q. „ 

ma H Gox. Christopher L. 

Boylan.Wm. Cist, L.J. 



BiooBAFKY— Continued. 

Collins, John McBoyle, A. 

Cameron, Mrs. R. A. '"May" of Sparrow- 



Cranch.C. P. 
Carrie 

Clark, Rev. Alex 
Coolbrith, Ina D. 
Dunn. Caleb 
Duganne. A. J. H. 
Dyer, Rev. Sidney 
Dorsey, Dennis B. 
Demby, Angeline R. 
Dennison, Mary A. 

D .S.J I 

Davis, D. Ambrose 
Dawes, L. M 



bush 
Martin, G. 

McL , J. 

Meredith, Gula 
McCaffrey, Miss S. A. 
Mercer, S. C. 
MoMillin'a Magazine 

(England) 

N , I*'. L. 

Nichol, John 
Nicnols, Kate W. 
Nowell, Edward P. 
Proctor, Edna Dean 



Emissus (To Mrs. Lin-Punch (Prom London 



Albert S. 



Punch) 

P . E. B. 

Prince. Rev. N. A. 

P . 

Pymn, Henry 

Peregrin ator 

Phelps, Rev. Dr. S. D. 

Parker, B. S. 

Raenhart, Geo. W. 

Remak, Mrs.Gustavus 

Richard.-,on, Mrs. M. 
T. G. • 

... Ristine. James 

from the Lon-Reed, Charles W. 

Rosarr, Ellerton 



coin) 
Eta 
Evans, 
Eva 
Emma 
Bnola 
Field, A. J. 
Fisher, Jabez M. 
Favorite, Plory 
Field, J. G. 
Fairfield. P. G. 

P , Belle 

F , L. W 

"Pun, 

don 



G , Jeanie' Robiuson, Mrs. J. T. 

G , C. D. Robbins 

Greenwood, Rev.T.J.R , E. V. 

Gertrude Radford, Ben. J. 

Griffin, F. P. Rexford, Eben E. 

Gurley, Rev. Dr.D. P. Stedman. Edmund C. 
Howe, Mrs. JuliaScherb, Emanuel Vi- 

Ward talis 

Hooper, Mrs. LucyStoddard, Richard 

Hamilton Henry 

Hayward, J. Henry Smith, Emelme bner- 
Halpine, Chas. G. man 

(Miles O'Reilly) S , H. S. 

Hopper, Rev. EdwardStookton, Rev. Thos., 
Holmes, Oliver Wen- D.D. 

dell Stewart. James M. 

Hosmer, W. H. C. S , E. V. 

Hall. Mrs P. W. S , G. F. 



H . E. A. 

Hartz. Mary E. 
Hirst. Henry B. 

H , S. B. 

Halpine, M. G. 
lola 

J . L. H. 

Johnson, M. R. 



S , Jennie E, 

Stebbins, Mrs. C. M. 

Shirley 

St, Clair. Winnifred 

S , E, T. 

Tuckerman. Henry T. 
Taylor. B. P. 
Townsend.Geo.AItred 



Kimball,' Harriet Mc-Taylor, Benj. Frank 

Ewen lin 

Laigh ton, Albert Una 

Leech, Harry Hare Umbra 



wood 
Lawson, Emile 
Lowe, Martha Perry 
Leah 

L , H. A. 

Lisle. Cora 



ij pbam, Nathan 

V , M. F. 

Vandenhoff. Geo. 
Willis. Richard Storrs 
Woodworth. H. 

W . E. J. 

White. Josephine 
Ward, Thomas 
Whiting, Sam 
Williams. Mrs. L. M. 
R. B. 



Mackellar. Thomas 

Merrefield. Joseph 

Morford, Henry 

Munday, Eugenie H. 

Morgan. George G.W.W- ,_ 

Manlove. Oliver PerryWebb, C. H. 

— - Logan, John A. Account of polit- 
ical life of Mr. Lincoln, and his 
administration in "The great con- 
spiracy." Appendix to above 
book: Battle of the giants. An 
abridgment of the Lincoln-Doug- 
las debates in chronological order, 
go N. y 1886 



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44 



BIOGRAPHY. 



Biography— C'oH/inMecJ. 

— - Lord. James Judson. Poem read 

at dedication of National Lincoln 

Monument. Original Manuscript 

-- - Lord, James Judson. Poem read 
at the dedication of the National 
Lincoln Monument, Oct. 15,1874. 
Orieinal parchment copy, being 
the copy used by Hon. Richard 
Edwards at the dedicatory exer- 
cises, and by him presented to 
the Illinois State Historical Li- 
brary 

— - Lusk, D. W. Politics and politi- 

cians of Illinois, 1856-1884. Doug- 
las and Lincoln, chap. 6. pages 
45-94; Abraham Lincoln, chap. 20, 
pages 181-198. 8°. Springfield... 1884 

— - MoClellan, Gen. George B. Me- 

Clellan's own story. Chap. 9. pp. 
149-166; Conspiracy of the poli- 
ticians — Stanton — Chase. Rela- 
tions and interviews with Mr. 
Lincoln, etc. S°. N.T 1887 

— - McClure. A. K., LL. D. Abraham 

Lincoln and men of war times. 

8°. Phila ... 1892 

— - McClure, J. B., ed. Anecdotes of 

Abraham Lincoln and Lincoln's 
stories. 12°. Chicago 1879 

— - McClure's Magazine, S. S. Mc- 

Clure Co. pubs. Sketches and 
anecdotes of Lincoln and Mrs. 
Lincoln, by Miss Tarbell. Mrs. 
Helm, etc., 1896, 1897, 1898. (Odd 
numbers.) 

— - McLean County (111.) Historical 

Society. Transactions of, vol. 3. 
Meeting of May 29, 1900, commem- 
orative of the convention of May 
29, 1866, which organized the Re- 
publican party of Illinois. 8'. 
Bloomington 1900 

— Marble, Manton. Letter to Abra- 
ham Lincoln. 8°, N. Y. 1867. 
Also, type- written copy of the 
bogus proclamation, referred to 
in above letter. This copy was 
furnished to the Ills. State His- 
torical Library through the cour- 
tesy of the Librarian of the New 
York World, and was copied from 
the "World" of May 18, 1864, 4th 
page, 6th col 

— - Maynard, Mrs. Nettie Colburn. 

Was Abraham Lincoln a spiritu- 
alist? or, Curious revelations 
from the life of a trance medium. 
12°. Phila 1891 



BioORAFUY— Continued. 

— - Menard County Ills. Woman's 

Columbian Club, comp. Menard- 
SalemLincoln Souvenir Album. 
4°. Bloomington 1893 

— - Mitchell. Bev. S. S. In memoriam. 

Sermon on death of Lincoln. Pam. 

8°. Harrisburg, Pa 1865 

— - Morgan, Bev. Wm. P. Joy dark- 

ened. A sermon on death of Lin- 
coln. Pam. 8°, NY 1865 

— - Morse, John T., jr. Abraham Lin- 

coln. (American Statesmen Se- 
ries.)2vols. 12°. Boston and N.Y. 1893 

— - Moses, John. Sketch of Lincoln- 

Douglas debates, Mr. Lincoln's 
nomination and election to presi- 
dency, his assassination and 
death; and organization of Lin- 
coln Monument Association, etc., 
i» "Illinois: Historical and Stat- 
istical." 2v. 8°. Chicago.... 1889-1892 

— Murray, Mev. Wm. H. H. Address 
delivered on Sabbath following 
assassinationof A. Lincoln. Pam. 

8°. N.Y 1865 

— - Nason, Elias. Eulogy on Abra- 

ham Lincoln. Pam. 8°. Boston. 1865 

— - National Lincoln Association, In- 

corporated, Feb. 12, 1884, San 
Francisco. Certificate of the life 
membership to the association of 
John Carroll Power, National Div. 
Executive Club 

— - National Lincoln Monument. His- 

tory of the organization of the 
National Lincoln Monument As- 
sociation and of the Monument. 
Manuscript 

— - New York, City of. Obsequies of 

Abraham Lincoln in the city of 
New York, under the auspices of 
the common council of the city. 
Valentine, David T., comp. 4°. 
N.Y 1866 

— - New York and Brooklyn, voices 

from the pulpit of. See "Our 
martyr President." 

— - New York Tribune, pubs. Life 

of Abraham Lincoln. By John 
Locke Scripps. (Tribune Tract, 
No,6.) Pam. 8°. N.Y 1860 

— - New York World. See Marble. 

— - Nicolay, John G, and Hay, John. 

Abraham Lincoln: A history. 10 

V. 8°- N.Y.... 1890 

— - Oldroyd. Osborn H. Lincoln's 

campaign; or, the political revo- 
lution of 1860. Paper. 12°. Chi- 
cago 1896 



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45 



BIOaRAPHY. 



BioGRAFHY— Continued . 

— — The Lincoln Memorial: Album 

Immortelles. Original lite pic- 
tures, with autographs, from the 
hands and hearts of eminent 
Americans and Europeans, con- 
temporaries of the great martyr 
to liberty, Abraham Lincoln. To- 
eether with extracts from his 
speeches, letters and sayings. In- 
troduction by Matthew Simpson, 
O. £>., LL. D.. and a slietch of the 
patriot's life, by Hon. Isaac N. 
Arnold. 8°. N. Y 1S83 

— - Our Martyr President— Abraham 

Lincoln. Voices from the pulpit 
of NeAY York and Brooklyn. Ora- 
tion by Hon. Geo. Bancroft. Ora- 
tion at the burial by Bishop Simp- 
son. 
Sermons by the following clergy- 



Wm. R. Williams, D. D., 

Henry Ward Beecher, 

Henry W. Bellows, D. D., 

Stephen H. Tyng, D. D., 

(Jhas. S. Robinson, 

Wm. Ives Budington, D. D., 

John McCliutock, D. 1)., LL. D., 

A. N. Littlejohn, D. D.. 

Theodore L. Cuyler, 

Joseph P. Thompson, D. D., 

James Eells, D. D., 

Elbert S. Porter, D. D., 

A. P. Rogers, D. D . 

S. D. Burehard, D. D., 

J. E. Rockwell, D. D.. 

Samuel T. Spear, D. D., 

Robert Lowry, 

Albert S. Hunt, 

Wm. Adams. U. D., 

Henry J. Fox, 

Henry B. Smith, D. U. 

Entered, 1865, by Tibbals & Whit- 
ing. 12°. N, Y 1865 

- Paddock, Bev. Wilbur P. A great 
man fallen. Discourse on the 
death of Abraham Lincoln. Pam. 

8°. Phila 186.') 

- Palmer, Gen. John M., ed. Sketch 
of life of Abraham Lincoln, chap. 
29, pages 536-541, vol. 1. in "Bench 
and Bar of Illinois; historical and 
reminiscent." 



- Patterson, Robert M. The charac- 
ter of Abraham Lincoln. Pam. 

8°. Phiia 1865 

- Peck, George R. Abraham Lin- 
coln. Response at annual banquet 
of the Marquette Club. Chicago, 
Feb. 12,1895. Pam. 8°. Chicago.. 1895 

- Peterson, T.B.&Bros.j)«6s. Life, 
services, martyrdom and funeral 

of Abraham Lincoln. 12°. Phila. 1865 



BiOGKAPHY— ConHmued. 

— Pitman, Benn,, eomp. Assassina- 
tion of President Lincoln and 
trial of the conspirators. 8°. Cin- 
cinnati 1865. 

— Power, John Carroll. Abraham 
Lincoln: His life.lpublic services, 
death, and great funeral cortege, 
with a history and description of 
the National Lincoln Monument. 

12°. Springfield 1889' 

— - Power, John Carroll. Abraham 

Lincoln: His great funeral cor- 
tege from Washington to Spring- 
field, 111. History and description 
of National Lincoln Monument. 
12°. Springfield 1872 

— - Power. John Carroll. Certificate 

of membership to the National 
Lincoln Association, National 
Div. Executive Club No. 1. In- 
corporated 1884. San Fran 1S85 

— - Power, John Carroll, ed. History 

of an attempt to steal the body of 
Abraham Lincoln; including a 
history of the Lincoln Guard of 
Honor. 8° Springfield 1890 

— - Power, John Carroll. Sketch of 

Abraham Lincoln, pages 456-458, 
in "History early settlers of San- 
gamon Co., 111." 



Power, John Carroll. Annual 
reports of the custodian to the 
executive committee of the Na- 
tional Lincoln Monument Associ- 
ation, 1875-1883. inc. 8°. Spring- 
field 1884 

• Raymond, Henry J. Life and pub- 
lic services of Abraham Lincoln, 
together with his State papers. 
8°. N. Y 1865 

■ Relyea. Bev. B. J. Sermon on 
death of Abraham Lincoln, 
preached in Congregational 
church. Green's Farms, Conn. 
Pam. 8°. N. Y 1865 

- Rhodes, James Ford. Sketch of 
the character of Abraham Lin- 
coln, and of Lincoln and Douglas, 
pages 308-343, in vol. 2 of History 
of U. S., from Compromise of 1850. 
4vols. 8°. N. Y 1893-1900 

- Rice, Allen Thorndike, ed. Rem- 
iniscences of Abraham Lincoln 
by distinguished men of his 
times, 8thed, 8°. N. Y 1889 



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BwaRAFHY— Continued. 

— - Richardson. James D., comp. 

Sketch of life of, and collection of 
messages and of&cial papers of, 
pages 1-297 inc., in vol. 6 of "Com- 
pilation of the messages and pa- 
pers of the Presidents, 1789-1897." 
(U. S. Gov't, pubs.) 8°. Wash- 
ington 

— - Ridpath, John Clark. Lincoln's 

administration and the Civil War. 
chaps. 61-66,' pages 482-543 in "A 
popular history U. 8." 8°. Cin- 
cinnati 1876 

— - Robinson, JJ«j). Chas. S. Themar- 

tyred President. Pam. 8°. N. Y.. 1865 

— Rudd & Carleton, pubs. Life, 
speeches and public services of 
Abraham Lincoln: with a sketch 
of life of Hannibal Hamlin. (Wig- 
wam edition.) See Howells. Wm. 

C. 12°. N. Y 1860 

— - Scammon, jffo'/i. Jonathan Toung. 

Address containing anecdote of 
Lincoln and Maj, Anderson in 
Black Hawk War, pages 14-16, in 
Fergus Historical Series, No. 10 

— - Schurz, Carl. Abraham Lincoln: 

An essay. 12°. Boston &N.Y.. 1891 

— - ScrippH, John Locke. See N. Y. 

Tribune. 

— - Sherman, iTow. John. Sketch of 

Lincoln's two administrations, 
pages 231-.365, in vol. 1, of "John 
Sherman's recollections." 

— - Starr. Hev. Frederick, jr. The 

martyr President. Pam. 8°. St. 
Louis 1865 

— State Department U. S. (by order 

Congress). Tributes of the Na- 
tions to Abraham Lincoln. The 
assassination of Abraham Lin- 
coln, and attempted assassination 
of Wm. H. Seward, Sec. of State, 
and Frederick W. Seward. Assist- 
ant Sec. of State, Apr. 14, 1865. Ex- 
pressions of condolence and 
sympathy inspired by these 
events. (U. S. Gov't, pub,) 4°. 
Washington 1867 

— - Stephens. Alexander H. Corre- 

spondence with Mr. Lincoln on 
questions of slavery and seces- 
sion, pages 149-165. in "Alexander 
H. Stephens." by Henry Cleve- 
land 

— - Stoddard. Richard Henry. Abra- 

ham Lincoln. An Horatian ode. 
Paper. 8'. N. Y 1865 

— - Stoddard, Wm. O. Abraham Lin- 

coln: The true story of a great 
life. 8°. N.Y 1885 



Biography — Continued. 

— Stone, Andrew L. A discourse 
occasioned by the death of Abra- 
ham Lincoln. Pam. 8°. Boston. 1865 

— - Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Abra- 

ham Lincoln: Sketch of life of, 
pages 11-110, in "Men of our 
times." 8°. Hartford 1868 

— - Stuve, Bernard. See Davidson & 

Stuve 

— - Sumner, Charles. Eulogy on Ab- 

raham Lincoln. Pam. 8°. Bos- 
ton 1865 

— - Sweetser, Seth. Commemorative 

discourse on the death of Abra- 
ham Lincoln. Pam. 8°. Wor- 
cester, Mass 1865 

— - Tarbell, Ida M. Life of Abraham 

Lincoln. 2 v. 8°. N.Y 1900 

— - Tarbell, Ida M. Abraham Lin- 

coln. Articles in McClure's Ma- 
gazine. 
Abraham Lincoln, March, 1896. 
Life of Abraham Lincoln, June, 

1896. 
The story of Abraham Lincoln's 
nomination in 1860. November 1896 

— - Tarbell, Ida M., assisted by Davis, 

J. McCan. The early life of Ab- 
raham Lincoln; containing many 
unpublished documents and un- 
published reminiscences of Lin- 
coln's early friends; with 160 il- 
lustrations, including 20 portraits 
of Lincoln. 8°. N.Y 1896 

— - Thayer, Wm. M. Character and 

public services of Abraham Lin- 
coln. (The "Campaign docu- 
ment") Paper. 12°. Boston.... 1864 

— - Thayer, Wm. M. The pioneer boy 

and how he became President. 
12°. Boston 1864 

— - Thompson, Richard W. Recol- 

lections of sixteen Presidents— 
From Washington to Lincoln. 
Abraham Lincoln. Chap. 16, v. 2, 
pages389-419 

— - Tibals & Whiting, puis. Our 

Martyr President— Abraham Lin- 
coln. Voices from the pulpit of 
New York and Brooklyn. 12°. 
N.Y 1865 

— - Tilton, J. E. & Co.. pubs. Ser- 

mons preached in Boston on the 
death of Abraham Lincoln. 12°. 
Boston 1865 

— - Tiiulow, Hev. Herman R. Dis- 

course occasioned by the death of 
Abraham Lincoln. Pam. 12°. N. 
Y 1865 



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Biography — Continued. 

— - Townsend, Virginia F. Our 

Presidents; or, the lives of 23 
Presidents of tlie U. S. Abraham 
Lincoln, pases .281-306. 
(Edition de Luxe) 4°. N. Y.... 1889 

— - Troy. N. Y.. City of. Tribute of 

respect by the citizens of Troy to 
the memory of Abraham Lincoln. 

— - tj. S. Congressional Committee, 

pubs. Program of arrangements 
for the inauguration of the Presi- 
dent of the U. S , March 4, 18G5. 
Pam. 8°. Washington 1865 

— - U. S. State Department. See 

State Department U. S. 

— - Valentine, David T., comp. Ob- 

sequies of Abraham Lincoln in 
the city of N. T.. under auspices 
of common council of N. Y. city. 
4°. N.Y' 1866 

— - Van Buren, (i. M., comp. Abra- 

ham Lincoln's pen and voice. 
Compilation of his letters, civil, 
political and military, also his 
public addresses, messages, state 
papers, etc. 12°. Cincinnati 1890 

— Volk, Leonard W. The Lincoln 
life-mask, and how it was made. 
Reprinted from Century Maga- 
zine of Dec, 1881, Pamphlet 

— - Walden,-Beii. Treadwell. The na- 

tional sacrifice. Pam. 8°. Phila. 1865 

— -Walker, Jfci'. E. S. Memorial of 

Abraham Lincoln. Manuscript 

— - Walker, Jfei'. E. B, The Lincoln 

Monument; with illustrations. 
Pam. 12°. Springfield 1879 

— - Walker. Bev. E. S. Oak Ridge 

Cemetery: Its history and im- 
provements. 8°. Springfield.... 1879 

— - Washington, Mrs. Lucy. Our 

Martyred President. A poem, 
pages 18-19, in •'Columbia, and 
other poems." 12°. Buffalo 1893 

— - Weik. Jesse Wm. See Herndon, 

Wm. H 

— - Welles. Gideon. Lincoln and 

Seward. Remarks upon the mem- 
orial address of Chas. Francis 
Adams, on the late Wm. H, Sew- 
ard, with incidents and comments 
illustrative of the measures and 
policy of the administration of » 
Abraham Lincoln, and views as 
to the relative positions of the 
late President and Secretary of 
State. 12° N. Y' 1874 



BiooRAFaY— Continued. 

— - Whitney, Henry C. Life on the 

circuit with Lincoln. 8°. Boston 1892 

— - Whitney, Henry C. Lincoln's 

lost speech. (Pub. in McClure's 
Magazine, Sept., 1896.) 

— - Wilbur, Mrs. Jennie Aurelia. 

Songs of the west Abraham 
Lincoln. Poem, page 201. 12°. 
Chicago 1866 

— - Wilson, Wm. Bender. Abraham 

Lincoln. A sketch of, pages 103- 
114, in "Acts and actors in the 
Civil War." 12°. Phila 1892 

— - Woodbury, Augustus. Sketch of 

the character of Abraham Lin- 
coln, Pam. 12°. Providence, 
R. I 1865 

— Pictures: Lincoln, Abraham. Plat- 

inum print, from the Hessler neg- 
ative. Printed, 1899. Ayer, 
Phila. (Framed,) 

— - Etching from the Hessler nega- 

tive. Reproduced 1898. Henry 
Taylor, jr, (Framed.) 

— - Marshall's steel engraving. 

(Framed.) 

— - Early photograph of Mr. Lincoln. 

Size T'ij by S^a inches. (Framed.) 

— Photographs (cabinet size) of Mr. 
Lincoln and Gen. Grant. The neg- 
ative for these photographs was 
discovered in Rice's photographic 
studio, Washington, D. C. in 1891. 
when old matter was being exam- 
ined for some purpose. The pic- 
tures were on the same negative, 
and it is supposed were taken in 
1864, when Gen. Grant visited 
Washington and there received 
his commission as Lieut.-General. 
Reproduced, 1891. (Framed.) 

— - Steel engraving of Mr. Lincoln. 

Size, 7^ by 5^ inches. Copyright- 
ed, 1862, by Johnson. Pry & Co., 
N. Y. 

— Photographs (cabinet size) of.Mr. 
Lincoln, of Mrs. Lincoln in the 
gown worn at the ball given in 
honor of the first inauguration of 
Mr. Lincoln , of Rev. Chas. Dres- 
ser, the clergyman who officiated 
at the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. 
Lincoln: of the Edwards resi- 
dence where the marriage oc- 
curred, and of Representatives 
Hall, in the old State House at 
Springfield, where Mr. Lincoln 
was nominated for the U. S. Sen- 



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BiOGRAFSY— Continued . 

ate in 1858, and where his remains 
laid in state, May 3. 1865, when 
brought to Springfield for burial. 
The entire design surrounded 
and ornamented with pressed 
Uowers, which v;ere gathered on 
Lincoln Monument Hill, pressed 
and mounted hy Mrs. Elizabeth 
H. Abell. Designed hy Mrs. Chas. 
Ridgley, president of the Sanga- 
mon Co. Woman's Columbian 
Club; engrossed by Miss Marga- 
ret L. Brooks. Exhibited at the 
World's Col. Exposition, Chicago, 
1893, and afterwards deposited in 
the 111, State Historical Library. 
(Framed.) 

— Photograph of the Statue of Mr. 
Lincoln, in the State House, 
Springfield, 111,, as decorated, 
April 15, 1884. Copyrighted by 
Josephine F. Cleveland. Size, 9 
by 6^ inches. 

— Photograph of Old Salem, old 
mill, etc. Copyrighted by Kate P. 
Degge, St. Louis, Mo. Size, 8 by 
5^2 inches. 

— - Cabinet photograph of the bust 

of Lincoln, by Jones, 1860. Pre- 
sented (to the Library by Dr, A. 
W. French, Springfield, 111, 

— - Cabinet photograph of the Lin- 

coln Guard of Honor, organized 
18S0. Copyrighted, 1884. 

— - Cabinet size photograph of the 

proclamation of Edwin M. Stan- 
ton, U. S. Secretary of War, offer- 
ing rewards for the apprehension 
of the murderer, and the accom- 
plices to the murder, of President 
Lincoln. Dated, War Department 
April 20, 1865. 

— - Photograph of the floral tributes. 

including the memorial tablet 
presented by the North American 
Turner Bund at the tomb of Pres- 
ident Lincoln on the 20th anniver- 
sary of his death, April 15, 1885. 
Cabinet size. Copyrighted by 
John Carroll Power, Springfield, 
111. 

— Lincoln, Mrs. Mary Todd, wife of 
Abraham Lincoln; born 1818, died 
July 16,1882 



Helm, Emily Todd. Reminiscen- 
ces and letters of the wife of Pres- 
ident Lincoln. (Pub. in MeClure's 
Magazine, Sept. , 1898) 



BlOGRAFHY— Continued. 

— Keokley, Elizabeth. Behind the 
scenes, or thirty years a slave, and 
four years in the White House. 

12°. N.Y 186& 

— - Keed, 2iev. Jas. A. Discourse at 

the funeral services of Mrs. 
Mary Todd Lincoln. Also, account 
of funeral exercises, etc. Manu- 
script 

— Lincoln, J/rs. Nancy Hanks, mother 

of Abraham Lincoln; born 1784, 
died 1818 

— - Hitchcock, Caroline Hanks. 

Nancy Hanks. The story of Ab- 
raham Lincoln's mother. 16°. N. 
Y 1899 

— Lincoln, Robert Todd, lawyer, mem- 

ber of the Cabinet, and foreign 
minister, son of Atraham Lin- 
coln; born 1843 

— - American Biographical Pub. Co. 

Sketch of the life of Son. Robert 
Todd Lincoln, pages 779-780, in U. 
S. Biographical Dictionary and 
Portrait Gallery, Illinois vol. 4°. 
Chicago and N. Y 188* 

— Bateman & Selby, eds. Slsetch of 
life of Hon. Robert T. Lincoln, 
page 338, in Historical Encyclope- 
dia of Ills, 4°. Chicago 1900- 

— - Century Publishing & Engraving 

Co. Sketchof life of fi^on. Robert 
T. Lincoln, pages 75-76, in Ency- 
clopaedia of Biography of Ills, 
V, 2. 2v. 4°. Chicago 1892-1894 

— Linder. Gen. Usher P, Illinois law- 

yer; born 1809. died 1876. Sketch 
of life of, by Judge Joseph Gilles- 
pie, in the introduction to Lin- 
der's "Reminiscences of the early 
Bench and Bar of Illinois." 

— Lisle, Marcus Claiborne. Kentucky 

member of Congress; born 1862. 
died 1894. Memorial addresses on 
life and character of, delivered in 
House Representatives and Sen- 
ate D. S.,53d Cong., 3d Session. U. 
S. Gov't, pubs. 4°. Washington. 1895- 

— Literature and literary men of 

Great Britain and Ireland. Sket- 
ches of lives of. Mills, Abraham 
A.M. 2v. 8°. N.Y 1851 

— Lockwood. Samuel Drake, Illinois 

jurist; bom 1789, died 1874. Babb, 
.Tames E. Sketch of the life of 
Son. S, D. Lockwood, in The Su- 
preme Court of Illinois. Sketches 
of its members, Territorial and 
State, Published in The Green 
Bag, Boston, May, 1891 



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Biography— Con/ui »<■(/. 

— - Cofliu, Wm. Life and times of 

>ianuielD. Lockwood. b''. Chicaeo 1889 

— Linder, Ge». Usher P. Sketch of 
life of Hon. S.D. Lookwood.piiges 
261-265, /» ■■Reminiscences of the 
early Bench and Bar of Illinois." 

— Palmer, Oen. John M. Sketch of 
the life of Hon. S. D. Lockwood, 
pages 22-2y. in '■Bench and Bar of 
Ills." Historical and reminiscent. 
Edited by Gen. John M. Palmer 

— - Si'ott. jffoii. John M. Sketch of 

the life of Hon. S, D. Lockwood, 
pages 2SS-293, in "Supreme Court 
of Illinois, 1818." 

— For other sketches of Judge Lock- 
wood, see Histories of Illinois. 

— Logan, John Alexander, American 

General and U. S Senator; born 
1S26, died 1886. The grent conspi- 
racy. 8°. N. Y 1886 

— - Oration at the tomb of Gen. Grant, 

Riverside Park. N. Y.. May 31, 
1S8B. Pam 

— - Speech in U. S. House of Repre- 

sentatives ill reply to Mr. Kellogg 
of Illinois, Dec 9, 1859. (Bound in 
collection of speeches of various 
orators of the period, 1858-1862,) 

— - Speeches (five) in the U. S. Sen- 

ate, 1881-1886. Pams 

— - The volunteer soldier of America. 

8°. Chicago 1887 

— - Dawson, Geo. Francis. Life and 

services of John Alexander Lo- 
gan, soldier and statesman. 8°. 
Chicago 1887 

— Late a senator from Ills. Memo- 
rial addresses on life and charac- 
ter of, delivered in Senate and 
House Representatives, Feb. 9, 
and Feb. 16. 1SS7; together with the 
funeral services; Washington, D. 
C., Dec. 31. Ibse. Taylor, W. B., 
comp. CU. S. Gov't, pub.) 4°. 
Washington 1S87 

— - Memorial addresses on life and 

character of, delivered in U. S. 
Senate, Feb. 9, 1SS7. (U. S. Gov't, 
pub. Pam,) 

— - Houghton, Walter R. Sketches 

of the lives of Blaine and Logan. 

12°. St. Louis 1884 

— - James, Geo. Francis, ed. The Lo- 

gan Monument Memorial. 12°. • 
Chicago 1898 

— - Ridpath. Jno. C. Lives of Blaine 

and Logan. 12°. Cincinnati 1884 

—4 H. L, 



BlOaRAPHT — C0)l(i«1((''< 

— For other sketches of Gen. Logan, 
see Histories of Illinois. 

— Logan, Stephen T. Illinois jurist: 

born 1800, died 1880. Memorials of 
the life and character of. 12°. 
Springfield 1882 

— - Linder, Gen. Usher P. Sketch of 

life of Judge Stephen T. Logan, 
pages 155-159, in "Reminiscences 
of the early Bench and Bar of Ill- 
inois." 

— - Palmer, (?en. John JI. Sketch of 

the life of Judge Stephen T. Lo- 
gan, pages 166-172, in "The Bench 
and Bar of Illinois; Historical and 
Reminiscent." 

— - For other sketches of Judge Lo- 

gan, see Histories of Illinois. 

— Long, Enoch. Illinois Abolitionist; 

born 1790, died 1881. Reiil Harvey. 
Biographical sketch of Enoch 
Long; an Illinois pioneer. (Chi- 
cago Hist. Soc's. collection. Vol 4.) 
8°. Chicago 1884 

— Lovejoy, Elijah P. Amer. Preacher 

and anti-slavery journalist; born 
1802, died 1837. Editor St. Louis 
Observer, Sept. 3. 1835. to Aug. 10. 
1836. Alton Observer, Sept. 8. 1836. 
to Nov, 7,1837. Vol. of paper con- 
tinued to April 19, 1838. Bound in 
Ivol 

— - Alton, City of. Dedication of the 

Lovejoy Monument, Alton, Ills., 
Nov. 8, 1897: program of the exer- 
cises of the day. Pam. Alton, 1897 

— - Beecher, iff c. Edward. Narrative 

of the riots at Alton in connection 
with the death of Rev. Elijah P. 
Lovejoy. 16°. Alton 1S38 

— - Lincoln. Wm. S., comp. Alton 

trials of Winthrop S. Gilman, 
Enoch Long and others for the 
crime of riot. 12°. N. Y 1838 

— - Lovejoy, Joseph C. and Owen. 

Mtmoir of Rev. Elijah P. Love- 
joy. Introduction by John Quincy 
Adams. 12°. N. Y 1838 

— - Reid. Harvey. Biographical 

sketch of Enoch Long, an Illinois 
pioneer. Chicago Hist. Soc's. col- 
lections, vol. 2. 8°. Chicago.... 1884 

— - Tanner, Henry. The martyrdom 

of Lovejoy. By an eye witness 

— Lovejoy, Owen, Minister and Con- 

gress. nan, born 1811, died 1864. 
Anecdote of, pages 608-610, in 
Bench and Bar of Ills., edited by 
Gen. John M. Palmer 



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Biography— G'ojjiuiMed. 

— Lyon. Nathaniel. Amer. General. 

born 1819, died 1861. Peekham, 
James. Nathaniel Lyon and Mis- 
souri in 1861. A monograph of the 
great Rebellion. 12°. N. Y 1866 

— JIoArthur. ffen. Duncan. American 

pioneer, born 1772. died—. Sketch 
of life of. pages 71-182, in "Me- 
Dcnald's Western Sketches." 

— McClernand, John Alexander, Amr. 

Volunteer General in War Rebel- 
lion, born in Kentucky, 1812, died 
1900. Sketch of the life and ser- 
vices of, pages 318-352, in the In- 
ter-„State Pub. Co.'s "History of 
Sangamon Co." published 1881. 
8°. Chicago 1881 

— - Sketch of life of, pages 194-195, in 

"The Bench and Bar of 111.; his- 
torical and reminiscent." Edited 
by Gen. John M. Palmer. Pub- 
lished 1899 

— Sketch of the life of. pages 359- 
360, in Bateman and Selby's "His- 
torical Encyclopedia of Illinois." 
Published 1900 

Sketches of the life and services of 
Gen. McClernand may be found 
in the various histories of Illinois. 

— McClung, John, Amer. pioneer and 

writer; born 1804, died 1859. 
Sketches of western adventure. 
12°. Dayton -. 1847 

— - Another edition, with additional 

sketches, compiled by the pub- 
lishers and a biography of the 
author, (McClung). Waller, 
Henry. 12°. Louisville 1879 

— McClure, David, Pioneer Presby- 

terian preacher, born 1748, died 
1820. Diary of, 1748-1820. Notes 
by Franklin B. Dexter. Edited 
ftw John P. Peters. 8°. N. Y 1899 

— MoCormic, James, Illinois pioneer, 

born 1783, died 1893. Brief sketch 
of the life of, with photograph. 
This picture of Mr. MoCormic, 
with the brief sketch of his life 
was exhibited at the World's Co- 
lumbian Exposition, in the Wo- 
man's Sangamon Co. Exhibit 

— McKean, Thos., Amer. statesman. 

Signer of Declaration of Indepen- 
dence; born 1734, died 1817. Sketch 
of life of, pages l'*-22, in Conrad's 
"Three Signers from Delaware." 
Also, sketch of life of, pages 237- 
244, i7i Dwigbt's "Lives of the 
Signers of the Declaration of In- 
dependence." 



BioaTtAFSY— Continued. 

— McKendree, J?«t). William. M. U., 

Bishop; born 1767, died 1835. 
Sketch of life of, pages 208-230, in 
vol. 2, of Larrabee's "Asbury and 
his co-laborers." 

— McPheeters, Samuel, pioneer Pres- 

byterian preacher; bom 1819, died 
1870. Grasty, Rev. John 3. Mem- 
oir of Kev. Samuel McPheeters, 
with an introduction by Rev. Stu- 
art Robinson, Z). Z>. 12°. N.Y... 1871 

— Madison. James, 4th President 

U. S.; horn March 16. 1751, died 
June 28, 1836. Messages and other 
official papers, and sketch of life, 
pages 465-486, in vol. 1, of A com- 
pilation of the messages and pa- 
pers of the presidents, 1789-1897. 
Richardson. James D., comj). (D. 
S. Gov't Pubs.) 

— - Papers of James Madison, pur- 

chased by order of Congress; 
being his correspondence and 
reports of debates during the 
Congress of the Confedera- 
tion, and his reports of debates 
in the Federal Convention. Pub- 
lished from the original MSS. in 
the State Department, U. S. Gil- 
pin, Henry D., comv. 3 vols. 8°. 
N. Y '. 1811 

— - The Federalist on the new Con- 

stitution, written in 1788. Hamil- 
ton—Madison—Jay. 8°. Hallo- 
well, Me 1826 

— - History of the life, administra- 

tion and times of. Vol. 4, of "The 
Republic." Irelan, John Robert, 
M.D 

— - Messages from the President 

of the Unit'd States, transmitting 
a letter from the Sec. of War and 
sundry documents, explaining the 
failure of the arms of the tj. S. on 
the northern frontier, 1813. 12°. 
Baltimore 1814 

— Marion, Francis, Amer. General, 

born 1732, died 1795. Horry. Brig. 
Gen. P. & Weems, M. L.. Life of 
Gen. Francis Marion. 12°. phila.. 1857 

— Marvin. Enoch Mather. M.E. Bish- 

op; born 1823, died 1877. M'Anally. 
D. R. Life and labors of Rev. E. 
M. Marvin. D. D., LL. D. 4th ed. 
12°. St. Louis 1888 

— Massie, Nathaniel. Western pio- 

neer; born 1736, died 1813. Massie, 
. David Meade. Nathaniel Massie, 
a pioneer of Ohio, Sketch of his 
life and selections from his cor- 
respondence 8°. Cincinnati 1896 



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BioasAFSY— Continued. 

— - MoPonald, John. Biographical 

sketches of Gen. Nathaniel Mas- 
sie, Capt. Wni. Wells, and Gen. 
Simon Kenton. (McDonald's 
Western Sketches.) 12°. Dayton. . 1852 

— May, John. Amer. pioneer; born 

1748, died 1812. Col. John May's 
journal and letters of two jour- 
neys to the Ohio country. Bio- 
graphical sketch of Col. May, by 
Rev. Richard S. Edes, and notes 
by Wm. M. Darlington. (Pubs. 
Hist, and Philosophical Soc. of 
of Ohio.) 8°. Cincinnati 1873 

— Menard, Pierre. French-Canadian 

pioneer and first Lieut.-Governor 
of Illinois; born 1776, died 1844. 
Oatherwood, Mary Hartwell, In 
Old Kaskaskia. Pierre Menard is 
one of the principal characters of 
the story. Pub. in Atlantic 
Monthly, of Jau.-April, inc 1893 

— - Mason, E. G. Pierre Menard and 

the Pierre Menard papers. Early 
111., Part 1. Fergus Hist. Series, 
No. 31 

— - For other sketches of Pierre Me- 

nard, see histories of 111. 



— Men of our titne 

Beecher. 8°. 
Contents- 
Abraham Lincoln 
U. S. Grant 
Wm. L. Garrison 
Chas. Sumner 
Salmon P. Cnase 
Henry Wilson 
Horace Greeley 
D. G. Farragut 
John A. Andrew 



3. Stowe, Harriet 
Hartford 1868 

Schuyler Colfax 
E. M. Stanton 
Frederick Douglass 
P. H. Sheridan 
W. T. Sherman 
Oliver O. Howard 
Wm. A. BnckiuKham 
Wendell Phillips 
Henry Ward Beecher 



BioasAFHY— Continued. 

— Milton, John. See Celebrated char- 

acters, by Lamartine. 

— Monroe, James. 5th President 

U. S.: born April 28, 1758, died 
July 4, 1831. Messages and other 
official papers of, pages 1-287, inc., 
vol. 2, of A compilation of the 
messages and papers of the Pres- 
idents U S., 1789-1897. Richard- 
son, Jas. D., comp 



Milburn, Wm. Henry. Pioneer M. 
E. preacher; born 1826. Pioneers, 
preachers and people of the Miss. 
Valley. 12°. N.Y I860 

Ten years of preacher life. 12°. 

N. Y 1859 

Miles, Nelson A. Amer. General; 
born 1839. Personal recollections 
and observations. 8°. Chicago.. 1896 

Miller, W. G. Amer. M. E. preacher. 
Thirty years in the itinerancy. 
12°. Milwaukee 1875 

Mills. Henry A. Illinois State Sen- 
ator; born 1827, died 1877. Memo- 
rial addresses on life and charac- 
ter of Henry A.' Mills, a Senator 
from Carroll Co., delivered in the 
Senate of 111., March 12. 1879. Pub. 
by order Senate. 8°. Springfield. 1879 



Memoir of James Monroe, Esq,, 
relating to his unsettled claims 
upon the people and government 
of the U. S. 8°. Charlottesville, 
Va 

• Irelan, John Robert, M. D. His- 
tory of the life, administration 
and times of James Monroe, in 
vol. 5. of "The Republic; history 
of the U. S. by administrations of 
the Presidents." 



Montcalm, Louis Joseph, Marquis 
de Montcalm-Gozon de Saint V6- 
ran. French (-teneral; born 1712, 
died 1759. Parkman, Francis. 
Montcalm and Wolfe. Part 7, 
France and England in America. • 
2vols. 8°. Boston 1887 

Morrill, Justin S. Amer. statesman 
and U. S. Senator from Vermont, 
born 1810, died 1898. Memorial 
addresses on the life and char- 
acter of, delivered in the Senate 
and House Representatives, 55th 
Congress, 3d session. 4°. Wash- 
ington 1899 

Morrison, William R. Amer. sol- 
dier and member Congress from 
111; born 1825. Sketch of life of, 
pages 237-238, in Oldroyd's "Lin- 
coln's campaign: or, the political 
revolution of 1860." 

Morton, Levi P. Amer. statesman 
tod Vice-President; born 1824. 
Sketch of life, pages 216-219. in 
Oldroyd's "Lincoln's campaign; 
or, the political revolution of 
1860." 

Morton, Oliver P. Amer. statesman 
and war Governor of Indiana; 
born 1823, died 1877, Poulke, Wm. 
Dudley. Lifeof Oliver P. Morton, 
including his most important 
speeches. 2 vols. 8°. Indianap- 
olis 1899 

New England Historic Genea.'og- 
ical Society Memorial Biog- 
raphies, 1845-1864. 5 vols. 8°. 
Boston 1880-1894 



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52 



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Biography— Continued. 

— Northrup, Soloman. Twelve years 

a slave. Narrative of Soloman 
Northrup. a citizen of New York, 
kidnapped in Washington City in 
1841. 12°. Auburn. N.y 1853 

— Oeden, William B. Chicago capital- 

ist and promoter of railroads: 
born 1805. died 1877. Arnold, Hon. 
Isaac N., & Scammon, J. Young. 
Wm. B. Ogden and early days in 
Chicago. Fergus Hist. Series, 
No. 17. 12°, Chicago 1882 

— Ohio, Pioneer, settlers of. Hil- 

dreth, S. P., M. D. Biographical 
and historical memoirs of the 
early settlers of Ohio. 8°. Cin- 
cinnati 1852 

— O'Neill, Chas. Member of Congress 

from Pa.; born 1821. died 1893. Me- 
morial addresses on the life and 
character of, delivered in U. S. 
House Representatives and Sen- 
ate, 53d Congress. 3d session. (U. 
S. H. R. Misc. Doc.) 4°. Wash- 
ington 1895 

— Otterbein. Philip William. Pound- 

er of the Church of the United 
Brethren in Christ; born 1726, 
died 1813. Drury. Rev. A. W. 
Life of Rev. Philip Wm. Otter- 
bein. Introduction by Bishop J. 
Weaver, Z).Z>. 12°- Dayton 1893 

— Packard. Mrs. E. P. W. Modern 

persecution. 2d ed. 2 vol. 12°. 
Hartford 1891 

— Palissy. See Memoirs of celebrated 

characters, by Lamartine, 

— Palmer, John McAuley. Illinois 

Governor. U. S. Senator and Gen- 
eral. See Illinois Governors 

— Parsons. Albert R. Labor agitator; 

born 1848. died 1887. Parsons, Mrs. 
Lucy. Life of Albert R. Parsons, 
with a brief history of the labor 
muvement in America. 8°. Chi- 
cago 1889 

— Party Leaders: Sketches of Thos. 

Jefferson. Andrew Jackson. Hen- 
ry Clay, John Randolph of Roa- 
noke, and others. Baldwin. Jo. G. 
12°. N.Y 1864 

— Paterson, John. Amer. soldier in 

War Revolution; born 1744. died 
1808. Egleston. Thos., LL. D. 
Life of Maj.-Gen. John Paterson, 
Maj. Gen. in the Revolutionary 
Army. 8°. N.Y 1894 



'BioanA.FHY— Continued. 

— Peck. John Mason. Pioneer Bap- 

tist Preacher and Educator of Ill- 
inois: born 1789, died 1858. Bab- 
cock. Rufus, ed. Memoir of John 
Mason Peck. I). D. Edited from 
his Journals and correspondence. 
12° Phila 1864 

— Perrault, Joseph Franfois. Cana- 

dian Educator and Statesman; 
born 1753, died 1844. Casgrain, P. 
B. La vie de Joseph Fran^'oia 
Perrault, surnomm^ le p^re de 
Teducation du peuple Canadien. 
12°. Quebec 189S 

— Personal recollections of many 

prominent people whom I have 
known. Darby, John P. 12°. St. 
Louis 1880 

— Phi Alpha Society of the Illinois 

College at Jacksonville. List and 
biographical sketches of members 
of the society. 8°. Jacksonville. 1890 

— Phillips. David L. Illinois editor; 

born 1823, died 1880. Letters from 
California in 1876. 8°. Spring- 
field 1877 

— - Selby, Paul. Memorial address 

on the life and character of David 
L. Phillips, and public services of, 
delivered before Ills. State Press 
Aas'n.. Springfied. Feb. 16, 1881. 
8°. Springfield 1881 

— Pierce, Gen. Franklin, 14th Presi- 

dent U. S.; born 1804. died 1869. 
Messages and other official papers 
of, in vol. 5, pages 195-426, inc., of 
"A compilation of the messages 
and papers of the Presidents of 
the U. S.. 1789-1897.'-' Richardson, 
Jas. D., comp 



Bartlett, D. W. Life of Gen. 
Frank Pierce. 12°. Auburn. N.Y. 1852 

- Irelan, John Robert, M. D. His- 
tory of the life, administration 
and times of Franklin Pierce, in 
vol. 14, of "'The Republic. A his- 
tory of the TJ. S.. by Administra- 
tions of the Presidents." 

Pike, Zebulon MontgomeiT, Amer. 
traveler and explorer; born 1779, 
died 1813. Memoir of. in vol 1 of 
"The expeditions of Zebulon M. 
Pike." Edited and annotated by 
Elliott Coues. 3 v. 8°. N. Y.... 1896 

- Account of expeditions to the 
sources of the Miss. 8°. Phila.. 1810 

Pioneers. See Ohio Pioneers. 



BIOGRAPHY. 



53 



BIOGRAPHY. 



BiosRAPHY— (7on<j»«(cd . 

— Poole, Wm. Frederiok, Amer. li- 
brarian and author; born 1821, 
died 1894. Memorial sketch of. 
Trustees of the Newberry Lib- 
rary, Chicago, pub. 8°. Chicago. 



1895 



Post, Philip Sidney, Illinois Con- 
gressman and soldier; born 1833, 
died 1895. Memorial addresses on 
life and services of: delivered in 
U. S. House Representatives and 
Senate, 53d Congress, 3d session. 
(House Rep. Misc. Doc.) 4°. 
Washington 1895 

Pote, William, jr., English merch- 
ant sailor. Journal of Capt. Wm. 
Pote, jr., during his captivity in 
French and Indian war. May, 1745, 
to Aug., 1747, accompanied by 
Morris Map. 1719. 8°. N. Y 1896 

Presidents of the U. S. Sketches 
of the lives of, in Irelan's "The 
Republic." A history of the U.S. 
by the administrations of the 
president.-?; Richardson's "com- 
pilations of the messages and pa- 
pers of the Presidents of the U. 
-S., 1789-1897," and the various his- 
tories of the U. S 

Public men, anecdotes of. Forney, 
John W. 2v. 12°. N. Y 1873-1881 

Quay, Matthew S., Amer. politician 
and (J. S. Senator from Pa.; born 
1833. Sketch of the life of, pages 
228-229, in Oldroyd's "Lincoln's 
campaign; or, the political revo- 
lution of 1860." 

Rafinesque, Constantino Samuel. 
(Schmaltz.) Amer. scientist and 
author; born (in Turkey in Eu- 
rope) 1783, died 1810. Ichthyologia 
Ohiensis; or, natural history of 
the fishes inhabiting the River 
Ohio and its tributary streams. 
Verbatim reprint of the original 
•edition, with a sketch of the life 
of the author. Call, Richard Ells- 
worth. No. 224 of this ed. 8°. 
Cleveland 1899 

- Call, Richard Ellsworth. Life and 
writings of Constantine Samuel 
Ra&nesque. Pilson Club Pubs. 
No, 10. 4°. Louisville 1895 

Bandall, Samuel J. Amer. states- 
,man. member of Congress from 
Pa.; born 1828, died 1890. Address- 
es in Congress, U. S., upon pre- 
:sentation of portraits of speakers 
■Grow and Randall by the state of 
Pa. (U. S. Govern'nt Pubs.) 4°- 
Washington 1892 



1885 



BiOQRAPSY— Continued. 

— Rawlins, John Aaron, Amr. Gen'l; 

born 1831, died 1869. Proceeliags 
upon occasion of removal of the 
remains of Gen. Rawlins from 
the Congressional cemetery to 
Arlington cemetery, Va. Address 
by Hon. Henry A. Castle, and 
original poem by Col. John A. 
Joyce. ShepDard,Thos. R.,comi). 
Pam. 8°. Washington, D. 1899 

— Read, George, Amer. statesman; 

signer of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence; born 1734, died 1798. 
Conrad, Henry C. Sketch of life 
of George Read, pages 15-18, in 
"The Three Signers from Dela- 
ware." 

— - Sketch of life of (Jeo. Read, pages 

231-237, in Dwight's "Lives of the 
Signers of the Declaration of In- 
dependence." 

— Red Jacket, (ba-go-ye-wat-ha), 

Seneca Indian Chief; born 1751, , 
died 1830. Buffalo Historical So- 
ciety. Obsequies of Red Jacket, 
Buffalo, Oct. 9. 1884, fTrans. Buf- 
falo Hist. Soe.) 8°. Buffalo 

— - Sketch of the life of Red Jacket. 

Buffalo Hist. Soc. Trans. Vol. 3. 

— - Stone, Wm. L, Life and times of 

Red Jacket. A sequel to the his- 
tory of the Six Nations. 8°. N.Y. 

— Reed, Thomas Brackett, American 

statesman. Speaker U. S. House 
Represent'ives; born 1839. Sketch 
of the life of, pages 212-216, in 
"Lincoln's campaign; or, tne po- 
litical revolution of 1860." Old- 
royd, O. H 

— Roberts, Robert B. Amer. M. E. 

preacher. Sketch of life and la- 
bors of, pages 261-308, vol. 2. of 
"Asbury and his co-laborers." by 
Rev. Wm. C. Larrabee 

— Rodney, Caesar. Amer. statesman. 

Signer of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence; born 1730, died 1783. 
Conrad, Henry C. Sketch of life 
of Ceesar Rodney, pages 3-14, in 
"The three signers from Dela- 
ware." 

— - Also, sketch of the life of Caesar 

Rodney, pages 222-231 in Dwight's 
"Lives of the signers of the Dec- 
laration of Independence." 

— Rogers, Henry Wade. Amer. edu- 

cator and lawyer; born, 1853. Con- 
rad, Henry Louis. Sketch of life 
of Henry Wade Rogers. North- 
western University history, in 
National Magazine, Dec. . . , 



1892 



BIOGRAPHY. 



54 



BIOGRAPHY. 



BiOGRAFH'S— Continued. 

— Roostam. See Memoirs of cele- 

brated characters. L'liuartine. 

— Root, Georee P. Illinois song 

writer; born 1820, died 1895. Chi- 
cago Inter-Ocean, pub. Short bio- 
graphical sketch of Mr. Root, in 
Sunday supplement to the Inter- 
Ocean, June 17 1894 

— Eumsey. .Tames. Amer. Inventor; 

born, Cecil, Co., Md.. 1743; died, 
London, 1792, James Rurasey, 
the inventor of the steamboat: A 
paper before the W. Va, Hist. & 
Ant. Soc, 1900. Beltzhoover, Geo. 
M.jr.Paper. 8°. Charleston.... 1900 

— Russell, Wm, E, Amer. statesman. 

Governor of Mass.; born 1857, 
died 1896. Sketch of life of, pages 
238-240 in "Lincoln's campaign; 
or, the political revolutionof 1860." 
Oldroyd. 0. H 

— Rutledge, Edward. Amer. states- 

man, signer of the Declaration of 
Independence; bom 1740. died 
1800. Sketch of life of, pages 336- 
341 in Dwight's "Lives of the 
signers of the Declaration of 
Independence,'' 

— St. Clair, Arthur. Amer. Revolu- 

tionary general and first Gov- 
ernor of the NorthwestTerritory; 
born 1734, died 1818. Narrative of 
his campaign against the Indians. 
8"^ Phila 1812 

— ° Smith, Wm. Henr)^ eomp. The 

St. Clair papers. Life, and public 
services of Gen. Arthur St. 
Clair, with his correspondence 
and other papers. 2 vols. 8°. Cin- 
cinnati 1882 

— - Other sketches of Gen. St. Clair 

may be found in histories of the 
N. W. Territory 

— Scholfield, John. Illinois jurist; 

born 1834, died 1893. Obituary no- 
tice of. Newspaper clipping from 
the Chicago Inter-Ocean, of Feb. 
25, 1893. Proceedings in Illinois 
House of Representatives . Speech 
of Hon. E. Callahan 

— - For sketches of Judge Scholfield, 

see "'Bench and Bar of 111.." ed- 
ited by Gea. John M. Palmer; the 
"Historical Encyclopaedia of 111 ," 
edited by Bateman'and Selby. See, 
also, histories of 111,, and the pro- 
ceedings of the 111. State Bar As- 
sociation, 1893. 



BioouA'P'aY— Continued. 

— Sawyer, Philetus. Amer, states- 

man, U. S. Senator from Wiscon- 
sin: born 1816, died , Gary, 

George, Sketchof the lifeof Hon. 
Philetus Sawyer. Pam. Reprinted 
from Magazine of Western His- 
tory, Aug. 1889 

— Scott, John M. Illinois jurist; born 

1824, died 1898. Palmer, John M. 
Sketch of the life of Judge John 
M.Scott, pages 55-60, i». "Bench 
and Bar of 111., historical and rem- 
iniscent." 

For other sketches of life of 
Judge Scott see histories of 111. 

— Scott, Winfield. Amer. General; 

born 1786. died 1866. Memoir of. 
Written by himself. 2 vols. 12°. 
N. Y 1864 

— Searight, William— RachaelBrown- 

fleld Searight-Stidger, In loving 
memory of a revered father and 
a sainted mother. Searight, 
JamesA, 12°. N. d 

— Sedgwick. Samuel. Amer. states- 

man. Congressman from Mass.; 
born 1746. died 1813, Speeches in 
Congress U, S. upon the presenta- 
tion by the State of Mass. to the 
U. S., of portraits of ex-Speakers 
Sedgwick, Varnum and Banks. 
(U. S. Gov't, pubs.) 4°. Washing- 
ton 188S 

— Sewall, Samuel. New England cler- 

gyman; born 1785, died 1868, Me- 
morial sketch of. published with 
the history of Woburn, Mass,, 
by Rev, Chas. C. Sewall. 8°. Bos- 
ton 186S 

— Seward, William H. Amer. states- 

man; born 1801, died 187a. Lothrop, 
Thornton K. Life of Wm. H. 
Seward. (Amer, statesman aeries.) 
12°. Boston 1896 

— - Welles. Gideon. Lincoln and 

Seward. 12°, N. Y 1874 

— Shaubena. Ottawa Indian chief; 

born (about) 1775, died 1859, Mat- 
son, N. Memories of Shaubena; 
incidents of the early settlement 
of the west, 12°. Chicago 1878 

— Shaw. George BuUen. Amer. mem- 

ber Congress from Wisconsin; 
born 1864, died 1894. Memorial ad- 
dresse.H on life and character of, 
delivered in U, S. House of Rep- 
resentatives and Senate. 53d Cong, 
3d session. U, S. House Rep. 
Misc. Doe. 4°. Washington 1895 



BLOGKAPHY. 



55 



BIOGKAPHY. 



BiOGKAPHY— Continued. 

— S6vign6. Madame de. See "Cele- 

brated characters." Lamartine. 

— Shelby, Joseph Orville, American 

Confederate General; born 1831, 
died . Edwards, John N. Shel- 
by and his men. s°. Cincinnati, 1867 

— Sheridan, Philip H., Amer. Qen'l: 

born 1831, died 1888. Personal 

memoirs of. 2 v. 8°. N. Y 1888 

Sherman, John, Amer. statesman; born 
1823. died 1900. John Sherman's 
recollections of forty years in the 
House. Senate and Cabinet. 2 v. 
8°. Chicago 1895 

— Sherman, William Tecumseh, Amr. 

(ieneral; born 1829, died 1891. 
Memoirs of Gen. Wm. T. Sher- 
man, written by himself. 2 v. 8°. 

N. Y 1875 

Another edition, with an appendix, 
bringing: life of author down to its 
closing scenes. Also, a personal 
tribute and critique of the mem- 
oir, by Hon. James G. Blaine. 4th 
ed. 8°. N. Y 1891 

— - Senour, Rev. P. Sherman and his 

campaigns. 12°. Chicago 1865 

— Shields, James, Amer. General and 

U. S. S.; born in Ireland. 1806, 
died 1879. Life of Gen . J as Shields. 
Condon. Hon. Wm. H. 8° Chicago 1900 

— Slocum. Frances, biography of. The 

lost sister of Wyoming; narrative 
of her captivity and wandering 
among the Indians. Meginness. 
JohnF. 8°. Williamsport, Pa... 1891 

— Smith, Col. James. Amer. pioneer 

and Indian trader; born 1737. died 
1812. Account of the remarkable 
occurrences in the life and travels 
of Col. James Smith, during his 
captivity by the Indians. 8°. Cin- 
cinnati 1870 

— Smith, Oapt. John. English foun- 

der of Va.; born 1679. died 1629. 
Travels, adventures and observa- 
tions of Captaine [John Smith in 
Europe. Africke and America, 
1593-1629. Reprinted from the 
London edition of 1629. 2 v. 8°. 
Richmond 1819 

— Socrates. See Celebrated charac- 

ters, Lamartine. 

— Southern Generals, who they are, 

and what they have done. Rich- 
ardson, Chas. B.,3)k6. 8°. N. Y. 1865 
Contents — 

Robert E. Lee, 

T. J. Jackson, (Stonewall), 



1890 



Biography— (.'ojjtjiiju'rf. 

P. G. T. Beaimgard, 
Jos. E. Jdhiistou, 
Samuel Cooper. 
James Loiigstreet, 
Braxton Bragg, 
R. S. Ewell. 
J. E. B. Stuart. 
A. P. Hill. 
John H. Hood. 

A. S. John.ston, 
Leonidas Polk. 
Sterling Price. 

B. Kirby Smith. 
John H. Morgan, 
Wm. J. Hardee. 
Wade Hampton. 

— Soldiers in our Civil War. Motte- 

lay, Paul F. and Copeland, T. 
Campbell. 2 v. F. N. Y 

— Soto. Hernando de. See De Soto. 



— Stanford, Leland, Amer. statesman. 

U. S. Senator from California; 
born 1824, died 1893. Memorial ad- 
dresses on life and character of, 
delivered in Senate and House 
Representatives U. S., Sept. 16, 
1893, and Feb 12, 1894. U. S. Gov't 
Pubs. 4°. Washington 1894 

— Stanton, Edwiu M., Amer. states- 

man: born 1814, died 1869. Jones. 
Maj. Evan Rowland. Lt-nooln. 
Stanton and Grant. Historical 
sketches. (Stanton, pages 81-145.) 
8°. London 1876 

— Stark, John. Amer. General; born 

1728. died 1822. Proceedings in 
Congress U, S., upon the accept- 
ance of the statues of John Stark 
and Daniel Webster, presented 
by the state of New Hampshire. 
(U. S. Gov't Pubs.) 4°. Wash- 
ington 1895 

— Stark county (111.) and its pioneers. 

Shallenberger. Mrs. E. H. 12°. 
Cambridge, 111 1876 

— ■ Stein, Bon. Philip, sketch of the 
life of. pages 5-6. in "Sketches of 
the newly elected judges of Coi.ik 
Co.. 111., Nov.. 1892. Reprinted 
from the Chicago Legal News of 
Nov. 19 1892 

— Stenhouse. Mrs. T. B. H. "Tell it 

all." The story of a life's experi- 
ence in Mormonism. 8°. Hartford 1890 

— Stephens. Alexander H Amer. 

statesman (Confederate); born 
1812, died 1883. Cleveland, Henry. 
Alexander H. Stephens in public 
and private; with letters and 
spteches before, during and since 
thewar. 8°. Phila 1866 



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56 



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Biography— Con^waeoJ. 

— Stephenson, Benjamin Franklin 

Illinois physician and soldier; 
founder Ij. A. R.; born 1822, died 
1871. Stephenson, Mary Harriet. 
Dr. B. P. Stephenson, founder of 
tne Ct. a. E. : A memoir. 8°. 
Sprinsifleld 1894 

— Stoekbridere, Francis Browne. U. 

S. Senator from Michigan: born 
1826, died IMl. Memorial ad- 
dresses on the life and character 
of, delivered in U. S. Senate and 
House Representatives, 5yd Congr., 
3d session. (U. S. Gov't, pub.) 4°. 
Washington 1895 

— Stolp, .J. G. Illinois pioneer. Rem- 

iniscences of the early life of, and 
of the pioneers and early settle- 
ment of Aurora, 111, Manuscript. 
Written by himself; dated, 
Aurora 1891 

— Storrs, E. A. Illinois lawyer and or- 

ator; born 1835. died I8b5. Adams, 
Isaac E. Life of Emery A. Storrs. 
Written under the direction of 
Mrs. Storrs. 8°. Chicago. 1886 

— Sugg. George F. Sketch of life of, 

pages 7 and 8, in "Sketch<-R of the 
newly elected judges in Cook Co., 
111.. Nov., 1892. Reprinted from 
Chicago Legal News, Nov. 19,1892 .... 

— Tanner. .John R. See Illinoi?, Gov- 

ernors. 

— Taunton. Mass. The ministry of 

Taunton; with incidental notices 
of other professions. Introduc- 
tory notice by Hon. Francis Bay- 
lies. Emery, Samuel Hopkins. 2 
vols. 12°. Boston 1853 

— Tecumseh. Shawnee Indian chief; 

born nw, died 1813. Drake, 
Benj. Life of Tecumseh and the 
life ot his brother, the Prophet; 
with a historical sketch of the 
Shawnee Indians. 12°. Cincin- 
nati 1855 

— Tell. Wm. See Celebrated charac- 

acters. — Lamartine. 

— Thornton, Anthony. Illinois lawyer 

and jurist; born, 1814. Chafee, 
George D. Sketch and personal 
reminiscences of Judge Anthony 
Thornton. 12°. Shelbyville. 111.. 1897 

— Todd, Aaron. Life and confession 

of. Para. 8°. Springfield 1840 

— Tonti (or Tonty), Henry de, Italian 

soldier and explorer; born(ahout) 
1650, died 1704. D^couvertes dans 
TAmfirique Septenrionale de La 
Salle. IfP- Paris 1697 



Biography— C?o«/i// //<>(/. 

— - Legler, Henry B. Tonty; the man 

with the iron hand. 8°. Milwau- 
kee 1896 

— Townsend. Richard W. Illinois 

lawyer and Cnngressmsn; born 
1848, died 1889 Memorial ad- 
dresses on life and character of, 
delivered in U. S. House Repre- 
sentatives and Senate. 51st Cong.. 
Ist session. (D. S, Gov't, pub.) 
4°. Washington 1890 

— Trumbull, Lyman, Amer, States- 

man and 0. S, Senator from Illi- 
nois; born 1813, died 1896. Palmer 
John M. Sketch of the life of 
Judge Trumbull, pages 5i-54, in 
"Bench and Bar of Ills.; histori- 
cal and reminiscent." 

— United States Biographical Diction- 

ary and Portrait Gallery. {Illi- 
nois Vol.) Editions of 1876 and 
1883. 4°. Chicago 

— Universal Pronouncing Dictionary 

of Biography and Mythology. 
Thomas J., A. M.. M. D. 2 v. 4°. 
Philadelphia 1870 

— Van Buren, Martin. 8th President 

U. S.; born Dec. 5. 1782, died July 
24, 1862. Messages and other offi- 
cial papers of, pages ,'(11-640 inc., 
vol.3, in "A compilation of mes- 
sages and papers of the Presi- 
dents of the U. S., 1789-1897." 
Richardson, James D., comp 

— - Emmons, Wra. Biography of 

Martin Van Buren, with an ap- 
pendix containing selections from 
his writings, speeches, etc. 12°. 
Washington 1835 

— - Irelan, John Robert, 31. D. His- 

tory of the life, administration 
and times of Martin Van Buren. 
vol. 8, of "The Republic; a his- 
tory of the U. S. by the adminis- 
trations of the presidents . " 

— Vance, Zebulon B.. Amer. States- 

man and U. S. Senator from 
North Carolina; born 1830, died 
1894. Memorial addresses on 
the life and character of, deliv- 
ered in the U. S. Senate and 
House Representatives. 53d Con- 
gress, 3d session. (U. S. Gov't 
Pub.) 4°. Washington 1895 

— Vanderburgh. Henry. Sketch of, 

in "Survival of pioneer families 
of Indiana." Published in Evans- 
ville, Ind. "Pocket," Dec. 1897 



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Biography — Coniiaued, 

— Waldo, Wm. Recollections ol a 

septuagenarian. Nos. 2 and 3 
publications. Mo. Hist. Society. 
Paper. 8°. St. Louis 1880 

— Wallace, Caleb. Kentucky jurist; 

born 1742, died 1814. Whitsett, 
Wm. H. Life and times of Judge 
Caleb Wallace, sometime a justice 
of the court of appeals of Ky. 
Filson Club Pubs. No. 4. 4°. 
Louisville 1888 

— Ware, Thomas, Amer. M. E. preach- 

er; born 1758. died 1842. Sketch of 
the life and labors of, pages 177- 
204, vol. 2, in "Asbury and his co- 
laborers." Larrabee 

— Washburne, Elihu B., Amer. states- 

man, foreign minister and mem- 
ber of Congress from Illinois: 
born 1816, died 1887. Palmer, John 
M. Sketch of the life of E. B. 
Washburne, pages 612-513. in 
"Bench and Bar of Illinois; his- 
torical and reminiscent." 

For other sketches of E. B, Wash- 
burne, see histories of Illinois. 

— Washington, George. 1st presi- 

dent U. S.: born Feb. 22, (Feb. 11. 
O.S.), 1732, died Dec. 14, 1799. Mes- 
sages and other official papers, 
pages 41-224, vol. 1, of "A compil- 
ation of the messages and papers 
of the presidents of the U.S.. 1789- 
1897." Richardson, Jas. D., coHi.j) 

— Washington. George. Journal of 

my journey over the mountains, 
1747-r;48. Daily journal, 1751-1752. 
of a tour from Va,. to Island of 
Barbadoes. Journal of G. Wash- 
ington, commanding a detach- 
ment of Va. troops, in 1754, to 
build forts at the head waters of 
the Ohio. Edited, with notes, by 
J. M. Toner. 3 vols 

— - Allen, Ethan. Washington; or. 

The Revolution. A drama. 12°. 
Chicago 1895 

— Bancroft. Aaron. An essay on the 
life of George Washington. 8°. 
Worcester 1807 

— - Binney, Horace. An inquiry into 

the formation of Washington's 
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BioonAFHY—Conlinued. 

— - U. S. Congress. Account exer- 

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BioaRXPHY— Continued. 

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Bioa'RAFSY— Continued . 

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CsiTiiidsi—Co7itinued. 

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Ca.na.da.—Gontinued. 

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— Canadian view of the Alaskan boun- 

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Canton, 111. See Pulton county. 

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Carneqib, Andrew. The A B C of 

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Caep and carp culture in Missouri, 
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C&taloeues— Concluded. 

— (Annotated) of newspaper files in 

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Chicago Medical School, 
N. W. U. Dental School. 
N. W. U. Law School. 
N. W. U. College of Liberal Arts. 
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■Cathedbal System, The, adapted to 
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■Cathekwood, Mary Hartwell. Heroes 
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— Old Kaskaskia. A novel. In four 

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Romance of DoUard. 12°. N. Y.. 



1889 



— Spanish Peggy. A story of young 

Illinois. 8°. Chicago and N,Y... 1899 

— The Lady of Ft. St. John. 12°. Best. 1893 

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Catholic Church, The. in St. Louis. 
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Catholic ChMtah— Concluded. 

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A sermon in St. John's Church, 
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— Church, The, in the U. S. Pages of 

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Catlin, George, Adventures of Ojib- 
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— Last rambles amongst the Indians. 

12°. London, u. d 

— North American Indians. 4th ed. 

2v. 8°. London 1844 

— North American Indians. Colored 

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— 0-Kee-Pa; a religious ceremony. 

8°. London 1867 

Caton, John Dean. Antelope and deer 

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— The last of the Illinois and a sketch 

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— A summer in Norway. 8°. Chicago. 1880 

Caton, John Dean. A biographical 
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Cavalry drill regulations U. S. Army 
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Celebration of the 100th anniversary 
of laying corner stone of the Capi- 
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Celestial Physics. Sullivan, J. C. 

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Celman, M. Juarez. Message of Pres, 
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Census Office, U. S. Dept, Interior. 
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Indian Territory. 4°. Washing- 
ton 1894 



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Census— (7on<i"«crf. 

Cens ds of pensioners for revolutionary 
or military services, with their 
names, ages, and places of resi- 
dence, as returned by the mar- 
shals of the several judicial dis- 
tricts, under the act for taking 
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Centenary of Ky. Proceedings at 
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Centenary of Louisville. May 1, 1880. 
A paper read before the Southern 
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anniversary of the beginning of 
Louisville as an incorporated 
town, under an act of the Legis- 
lature of Va. Durrett, Reuben 
T. (Pilson Club Pubs. No. 8.) 
4°. Louisville 1893 

Centennial Celebration and Wash- 

• ington Monument at Newburgh, 

New York. Report of joint select 

committee U. S. Cong. (U. S. 

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— Bowen, Clarence Winthrop, ed. 

History of Centennial celebration 
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— Carson, Hampton L., ed. History 

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— - Supreme Court of the U. S. Its 

history and its centennial cele- 
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— - Commemoration of the 4th cen- 

tenary of the discovery of Ameri- 
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at Madrid. Reports upon the ex- 
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by Daniel G. Brinton, M. D., LL.D. 
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Centennial— CoK<mwed. 

Also, report of Rear-Admiral Ste- 
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— Cook, Frederick, comp. Journals 

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— Ewing, Gen. Thomas. Address at 

Centennial celebration of settle- 
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— Illinois Board World's Pair Com- 

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— Perrin, J. N. Address delivered at 

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— Phelps, E. J. Oration at dedica- 

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— U.S. Executive Departments. Board 

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— Walker, Oen. Duncan S., ed. Cele- 

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Centennial city and township direc- 
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Springfield, 111., Publishing Co. 
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Centennial historic discourse, July 
2, 1876, in 2d Presbyterian Church, 
Peoria, Illinois. Thompson, Rev. 
Liewis, O. Pam. 8°. Peoria 1876 

Centennial history of Erie Co., N. Y. 
Being its annals from earliest 
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American independence. John- , 
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Centennial history of West Point, 
Stephenson Co., Ills. Early set- 
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Centennial hymn of the Northwest 
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Centennial Northwest, The. An il- 
lustrated history of the N, W.: 
civil, political and military his- 
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present: comprising general his- 
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Wis., Minn., Iowa, Kas. and Neb. 
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Centeal America. Bancroft, Hubert 
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Cbntkal West. Beltrami, J. C. Pil- 
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— Catherwood. Mary Hartwell. He- 

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Another edition, 8°, Cincinnati. 1840 

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M. D. The Great West and her 
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Ohio rivers. 8°. Phila 1853 

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— - Short catechism of Hebrew gram- 

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— Sturtevant. J. M. American col- 

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— Thummel, jM. L. G., aud C. G, A 

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— Wisconsin Academy of Science, 

Arts and Letters. See Wisconsin. 

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Edwakds, Hon. Benj. S. Memorial 
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Edwards, Cyrus. Address delivered 
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Eight months in Illinois, with infor- 
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Eighty-fourth regiment Illinois vol- 
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EiQHTy-sixTH regiment ills, volun- 
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Feoria, Aus;. 27 and 2S, 1890. Also, 
all changes in P. O. addresses as 
far as known, and death-roll of 
names not published in previous 
roster. Mc-Kown, C. W. Pam. 
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Elected or appointed officials: A Ca- 
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Electricity Dept. of, at World's Fair, 
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Elements of analytical geometry. Em- 
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Eleven years' experii^nce in Western 
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Elite Pub. Co. Elite directory and club 
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Ellet, Chas. ir. Miss, and Ohio 

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Ellet. Mrs E. P. Summer rambles in 

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Elliott, Jonathan. The debates in 
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Elliott. Gen. Isaac H., comv. Rec- 
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Ellsworth. Spencer. Records of the 
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Ely, Burnham and Bartlett, comps. 
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Emery, Sani'l Hopkins. The Ministry 
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Emigkakts' guide, latter day saints. 
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camping places, etc., from Coun- 
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Lake. Clayton, W. Pam. 12°. St. 
Louis. 1SJ8 

Emigrants' guide to Western and 
Southern States, and Territories. 
Darby, Wm. S°. N. Y. 1818 

Emigrants' guide to Western States; 
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Historical enoyclopBedia of 111. 

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— Lippincott. J. B. Co., j)m6. Cham- 

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Century Pub. & Engraving Co. 

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Enctolop^dias— Continued. 

— Ripley, Geo. & Daoa, Chas. A., eds. 

The American cyclopEedia. 16 v. 
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— Schribner's. Chas.. Sons, 2)m6. The 

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Engineering.— Casey. Gen. Thos. Lin- 
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erway as related to Chicago san- 
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— Guthrie, Ossian.— The Great Lakes 

and their relation to the Lakes 
and Gulf waterway. Lake fluctua- 
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— Humphreys, Capt. A. A., and Ab- 

bot, Lieut. H. L. — Report physics 
and hydraulics of the Miss, river. 
8°. Washington 1867 

— Illinois Society Engineers and Sur- 

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1S97-98 

— Illinois, University of. Civil Engin- 

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the Civil Engineers' Club of the 
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— Illinois, University of. Engineering 

Societies. The Technograph No. 

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— Long, Henry C.— Report on condi- 

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— McMath, Robert E— The waterway 

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— Reinsch, Paul Samuel. English 

common law in the early Ameri- 
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England— ConHfiMed. 

— U. S. House Representatives. Doc- 

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English. William H. Address at an- 
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— Conquest of the country northwest 

of the Ohio river and life of Gen. 
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English common Isw in the early 
American colonies; a thesis sub- 
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Economics, political science and 
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1, 2nd series. Folk-lore and Leg- 
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English language. Bartlett, John Rus- 
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See dictionaries and encyclopedias 

— Literature. Mills, Abraham, 4. Jif. 

Literature and literary men 
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Philadelphia 1824 

— Spelling book. Accompanied by a 

progressive series of easy and 
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Enos, Z. a. The early surveyors and 
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Episcopal Church. Beecher, Rev. 
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— C. W. A. Papers on the proposition 

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EPISCOPAL. 



Ill 



EPISCOPAL. 



Bpisoopal— Continued. 

— DeKoven Hi-v. James. The canon 

on ritual and the Holy Eucharist. 

16°. N. Y 1874 

— DeKoven. Eev. James. Letter to 

the clergy and laity of the diocese 

of Ills. Pam. 8°. Chicago 1875 

— Parrington. Mev. Wm. G., ed. The 

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— Hopkins, JJeti. J. H., jr. Acorrespen- 

dence between the Bishop of 
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— Hopkins, Sev. John H. Letters to 

the Bishops and delegates of the 
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assembled at Montgomery. Pam. 
8°. N.Y 1861 

— - Defence of the convention of the 

P. E. Church in Mass. Pam. 8°. 
Boston 1832 

— Hopkins, J. N. Shall Connecticut 

be our first province? Pam. n. d 

— House of Bishops. Pastoral letter 

addressed to the Protestant Epis- 
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-- lUiDois. For Kpiscopal Church in 

Illin'ois.see Illinois church history 

— Kenvon College, Gambler, 0„ 

Two pamphlets relating to Ken- 
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— - Catalogue and historical sketch of 

Pam. 8° 1880 

— - Chase. Rev. P. Defence of Ken- 

yon'CoUege. Pam. 8°. Columbus 1831 

— - Chase, Rev. Samuel. Remarks 

upon recent publications against 
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— - Chase. Rev. Samuel. Three let- 

ters addressed to Bishop Chase, 
in the matter of the present in- 
debtedness of Kenyon College,in- 
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12°. Peoria 1813 



- Correspondence between Bishops 
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Detroit 1834 

- Western Herald and Steubenville 
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against the late conspiracy at 
Gambler. Ohio. In a series of 
letters to his friends, dated ... 1831-1832 

Kerfoot. Sam'l H. Bishop White- 
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Langford, Wm. S. Report (annual) 
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N.Y 1892 

Langford, Rev. W. S. The prayer 
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Meade, Bishop William. Old 
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Order for daily evening prayer. 
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Potts, James & Co., pub. The 
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Seymour, Geo. F. The issue of fact 
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Seymour, St. Mev. Geo. F. Ad- 
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- An open letter to the Rt. Rev. 
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Smith, Rev. Thos., ed. The Ameri- 
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- The Northwest Church, 1862-1866, 
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Swope, C. E. The provincial sys- 
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Wilson, James Grant, ed. The Chi- 
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Episodes of the Civil War. Nine cam- 
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Halleoli's siege of Corinth; Buell 
in Ky. ; Rosecrans in Ky. and 
Tenn.; Grant at the battle of 
Chattanooga; Sherman, Chattan- 
ooga to Atlanta; Thomas in Tenn. 
andN. C; Stanley in Texas; in 
which is comprised the history of 
59th Reg't Ills Vei. Inf. with spe- 
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Epitome of Greek grammar. Strong, 

Prof. James. Pam. 12°. n. d 

Erie Co.. N. Y. Johnson, Crisfleld. 
Centennial History of Erie Co., 
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E. R. L. A graduate Boston Univer- 
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Erwin, Milo. History of Williamson 

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Essais historiques et politiques sur la 
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Essays of an Americanist — 

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2. Mythology and folk-lore. 

3. Graphic systems and litera- 
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4. Linguistic. 

Brinton, Daniel G. 8°. Phila.... 1890 

Essay toward an Indian bibliography. 
Catalogue of books relating to his- 
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Essex Antiquarian, The. An illustra- 
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Espy, Josiah and others. Miscella- 
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EnLOGY on Abraham Lincoln, late Pres. 
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— Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln, de- 

livered before municipal author- 
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— Eulogy on President Lincoln, de- 

livered in Citadel Square Church, 
Charleston, S.C.May 6, 1865, at 
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— Eulogy pronounced in City Hall. 

Providence, April 19, 1865, on the 
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See Biography, Lincoln. 

Eureka College. Catalogues of. 1883- 

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Eueopean Colonies in America. Burck, 
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Events in Indian history. Account of 
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Everett. Chas. Carroll. A sermon in 
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— Edwa'd. Irrtroductory address to 

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Everts. Bnskin & Stewart, pubs. 
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Everyday life of Abraham Lincoln. 
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EwiNG, Qen. Thomas. Address at cen- 
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EwiNG College. Catalogues of 1889-9a 

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ExEBOiSES in commemoration of the 
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Expeditions, of Zebulon Montgomery 
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Elliott.ed. 3 vols. 8°. N. Y 1895 

Experimental school for idiots and 
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Exploration and survey of the Great 
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Exploration of Lake Superior. Voy- 
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Exploration of the Red River of Loui- 
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Springer, Wm. M 

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— Ills. State Board of Agriculture. 

Premium Lists Ills. State Pair. 
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— Seymour, Tiev. Geo. F. Oration on 

laying corner stone Exposition 
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See Illinois. 

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companies, and the origin of 
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Extracts from journal written on 
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Extracts from supplementary letter 
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Factory inspectors of Ills. Reports 

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Falkner, Roland P., ed. Sketch of the 
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Far West.l ( The) ; or, a tour beyond the 
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Fabnham, Eliza W. Life in Prairie 

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Faerington, Sev. Wm. G., ed. Tlie 

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Fathers of the Springfield, Ills.. Bap- 
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Payette Co. 111.. Brinls. McDonough & 
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Pearon, Henry Bradshaw. Sketches of 

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Pedkealist, (the) on the New Consti- 
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confederation, the constitution 
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Federate Council of the Province of 
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Feitshans. J. C. 6th annual cata- 
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Pelton, Chas. K. Prison labor. An 
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Female life among the Mormons. 
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FERaus— Continued. 

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— Directory of the City of Chicago, 

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Fernow, Berthold. New York in the 
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most considerable divines. New 
edition, revised, corrected and en- 
larged, with some memoirs of the 
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Hitchcock, Caroline Hanks. Nancy 
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HiTT, Robert R. Speech on Hawaiian 
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Ho-DB-NO-SAU-NEE. (The,) A poem. 
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HoDOKiNS fund prizes. Circular con- 
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HODasON, Adam, Letters from N. 

America. 2 vols. 8°. London... 1823 

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Y 1824 

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N. Y 1835 

HorFMAN. C. F. Wild scenes in the 
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HosTMAN, Charles Fenno. A winter in 
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HoLBEOOK, Edward S. Poem on the 

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— Elizabeth. Old 'Kaskia days. 12°. 

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HOLEMAN, J. H., 2)m6. The spirit of '76. 
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Bound, 1 vol. 4° 



Holland, John G. Life of Abraham 

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— - The nation weeping for its dead. 

Pam. 8°. Springfield, Mass 1865 

Holland's Springfield city directory 
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Holla WAY, J. N. History of Kansas. 

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Holmes, Abiel. American annals. 2 

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— John B. Brombeau, an Illinois pi- 

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Home of Washington; or. Mount Ver- 
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Lossing, Benson J. 8°. N. Y.... 1870 

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Hopkins, D. S. Houses and cottages, 
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— J.N. Shall Connecticut be our first 

province? Pam. n, d 

— Rev. John H. Correspondence be- 

tween the Bishop of Western N. 
Y,, and the Rev. Mr. Hopkins. 
Pam. 8° 1873 

— - Defense of the Convention of the 

Protestant Episcopal Church in 
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— A letter to the bishops and dele- 
gates of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church now assembled at Mont- 
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Horrors of the prison ships. Descrip- 
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Pam. 12°. Brooklyn 1895 

HoKRT, Brio. Gen. Peter and Weems, 
M. L. Life of Gen. Francis Mar- 
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HoRTicuLTDRE. See Agriculture. 

Hospitals. See Charities. 

HonaHTON. H. H. & Co., Duis, Galena 

city directory, 1855-6. 12°. Galena 1855 

— Henry 0. Address on early print- 

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— Walter R., 4. i(f. Lives of Blaine 

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Hook, George W., memorial addresses 
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HoDSATONic. ivseud.) A case of hered- 
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historian. Reprinted from the 
N. Y. Tribune. Pam. u. d 



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Houses and cottages. Containing 33 
designs of dwellings costing from 
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cost. Hopkins. D. S. 4°. Buffalo, 
N. Y. 1889. Paper 

Howard, K. L. History of the 124th 
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field 1880 

Howe, Henry. Historical collections of 

the great west. 8°. Cincinnati... 1854 

— Historical collections of Ohio. 8°. 

Cincinnati 1851 

— Historical collections of Ohio. 2 

Vols. 8° Columbus 1890 

— Historical collections of Va., and a 

historical and descriptive sketch 
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HowBLLS, Wm. Cooper. Recollections 
of life in Ohio, 1813-1840. Intro- 
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HowELLS, Wm. Cooper. Life, speeches 
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HowiTT. Mary. Translation of Pred- 
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How should Chicago be governed? Ul- 
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Pam 

HoYNE, Thomas. Inmemoriam.l Sketch 
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HoYNE, Bon. Thos. The Lawyer as a 
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See biography. 

Hubbard, A. S„ comp. History, con- 
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Hubbard, Vol. G. S. and Hickling, 
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Chicago 18" 



Hubbard, Qurdon Saltonstall, Inci- 
dents and events in life of, col- 
lected from personal narrations 
and other sources and arranged, 
by his nephew, Henry B. Hamil- 
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See biography. 

Hubbard, Hev. Wm, Indian wars of 
New England. Life of author 
and notes by Samuel G. Drake. 2 
Vols. 4°, Roxbury, Mass 1865 

Hubbard, Harlan Page. pub. One 
thousand years of Hubbard his- 
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Hubert, C, F., comp. Report of the 
10th annual reunion of the 50th 
Ills. Reunion Association. Camp 
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Point 1896 

Hubert, Charles F. History of the 
60th reg't. Ills. Vols. Inf., in the 
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City 1894 

Hubert, Phillip G. jr. Inventors; 

men of achievement. 12°. N. Y. 1896 

Hull House; maps and papers. A pre- 
sentation of nationalties and 
wages in a congested district of 
Chicago, with comments and es- 
says on the problems growing out 
of the social conditions. By resi- 
dents of Hull House; a social set- 
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Library of economics and poli- 
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Ely. 8°. N. Y 1895- 

Hull, Wm. Memoirs of the campaign 
of North Western Army of U. S.. 
1812. Short sketch of revolution- 
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Boston 1824 

Humphreys, Capt. A. A. and Abbot, 
Lieut. H L. Report upon physics 
and hydraulics of the Mississippi 
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Hunt, James H. Mormonism. 12° 

St.Louis 1844 

— The Mormon war. 12° St.Louis.. 1844 

Hunt, John Warren. Wisconsin ga- 

zetter. 8°. Madison 1853 

Hunter, John D. Captivity among In- 
nians of N. America. 8°. Lon- 
don 182* 



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HuBD, Harvey B.,ed. <fc com2). Revised 
statutes of the State of 111., 1883, 
1885. 1887, 1889, 1891, 1893 

HuELBTjT, Henry H. Chicago antiqui- 
ties, including Chicago business 
directory for 1839. Pam. 8°. Chi- 
cago 1875 

another ed.. 8°. Chicago 1881 

HuRONS et Iroquois. Le P. Jean de 
Brebeuf , sa vie, ses travaux, son 
martyre. Martin, ie -B. P. (Felix) . 
16°. Paris 1877 

HuTOHiNS, Thos. Topographical de- 
scription of Va., Pa., Md. and N. 
C. Contains also Patrick Ken- 
nedy's journal, 12°. London 1778 

Hyde, J, P., comp. Directory of Logan 

Co., 111. 12°. Lincoln 1887 

— - History Logan Co., 111. ,1680 

— Lincoln city directory for 1886-7. 

8°. Lincoln 1886 

— James Nevina, A. M., M. D. 

Early medical Chicago. (Fergus 
Hist. Series No. 11.) 12°. Chi- 
cago 1879 

— John, jr. Mormonism. 12°. N. T. 1857 

Hyde Park. Officers of village An- 
nual report of president and vil- 
lage officers, for year ending 
Aprill, 1889. 8°. Chicago 1889 

Hyde, Wm. Newspapers and news- 
paper people of three decades. 
(Article No. 1, in No. 12, Pub. Mo. 
Hist. Soc.) 8°. St. Louis 1896 

lOAKiAN community, pages 333-339. 
In Communistic societies U. S. 
Nordhoff. Chas. 8°, N. T 1875 

ICHTHYOLOGIA Ohiensis, or natural 
history of the fishes inhabiting 
the river Ohio and its tributary 
streams. By C. S. Rafinesque. 
Verbatim reprint of original with 
sketch of life, ichthyologic work 
and the icthyologic bibliography 
of Rafinesque. Call, Richard 
Ellsworth. . No. 224 of this ed. 
Burrows Bros.pubs. 8°. Cleveland 1889 

Ichthyology. {See Pish and Fisher- 
ies.) 

Ida Randolph of Virginia, an histori- 
cal novel in verse, also. The fate of 
Marcel. Harlan. Caleb, M'. D. 2d 
ed. 12°. Philadelphia 1890 

Idaho. Bancroft, Hubert Howe. His- 
tory of Washington, Idaho and 
Montana. 8°. San Francisco 1890 



Idaho— Concluded . 

— A complete and comprehensive de- 

scription of its agricultural, stock 
raising and mineral resources; 
also statistics in regard to its cli- 
mate. Union Pacific R. R., pub. 
Paper. 12°. St. Louis 1892 

— Facts and statistics concerning its 

mining, farming, stock raising, 
lumbering and other resources 
and industries. Together with 
notes on the climate, scenery, 
game and mineral springs. In- 
formation for the home-seeker, 
capitalist, prospector and trav- 
eler, Onderdonk, James L. 8°. 
San Francisco 1885 

iLLiNi.fThe) Published weekly by stu- 
dents of the University of 111. 
Issue of Sept. 25, 1896. Schacht, 
P. Will, ed. 4°. Champaign 1896 

Illinois. 1. Archaeology and Indians. 
2. Natural history. 3. Previous to 
revolution. 4. Territorial period, 5. 
History. 6. Government and laws. 
7. Biography. 8. Education. 9. 
Religious denominations. 10. In- 
stitutions. 11. Commerce and in- 
dustries. 12. Wars. .Selected 
from other books on the same 
subjects because they contain 
pages or chapters directly relat- 
ing to Illinois Indiana and archae- 
ology 

— Armstrong, Ron. Perry A. The 

Piasa; or, the devil among the In- 
dians. Paper. 8°. Morris, 111... 1887 

— - The Sauks and the Black Hawk 

War. 8°. Springfield, 111 1887 

— Atwater, Caleb. Description of the 

antiquities discovered In Ohio 
and other western states. 8°. Cir- 
cleville. Ohio 1820 

— - Remarks made on a tour to Prai- 

rie du Chien. thence to Washing- 
ton city, in 1829. 12°. Columbus, 
Ohio 1831 

— Beckwith, Hiram W. The Illinois 

and Indiana Indians. (Fergus 
Historical Series No. 27). Paper. 
12°. Chicago 1884 

— Black Hawk. See Biography, Black 

Hawk. 

— Brine, Vice-Admiral Lindesay. 

Travels amongst American In- 
dians, their ancient earthworks 
and temples 8°. London 1894 

— Brinton, Daniel G. Essays of an 

Americanist. 8°. Phila 1890 



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Illinois— Continued. 

— Butterfleld, Consul WillsMre. His- 

tory of the Qirtys. 8°. Cincinnati 1890 

— Carr, Lucien. The mounds of the 

Mississippi Valley historically 
considered, (Kentucky Geologi- 
cal Survey.) Paper. 4°. Frank- 
fort, Ky. n. d 

— Chateaubriand, M. le Vioomte de. 

Oeuvres inSdites. Voyages en 
Am^rique et en Italie. 8° Paris. 1828 

— Conant, 'A. J., A. M. Footprints 

of vanished races in the Mississ- 
ippi Valley. 8°. St. Louis 1879 

— Drake, Francis S. The Indian tribes 

of the U. S. 2 vols. 4°. London 
and Philadelphia 1885 

— Drake, Samuel G. The book of the 

Indians. 8°. Boston 1845 

— - Events in Indian history. 8°. 

Lancaster, Pa 1841 

— Ellis, Edward S., A. M. The In- 

dian wars of the U. S. 4°. New 
York. (Copyright) 1892 

— Finley. Bev. James B. Life among 

the Indians. Editions of 1857 and 
1860. 12°. Cincinnati 

— Flint, Timothy. Indian wars of the 

West. 16°. Cincinnati 1833 

— Foster, J. W.. LL. D. Pre-historic 

races of the United States of 
America. 8°. Chicago 1878 

— Frost, John, LL. D. Border wars 

of the West. 8°. New York and 
Auburn, N. Y 1856 

— - Daring and heroic deeds of Amer- 

ican women, examples of courage, 
etc., of pioneer mothers of the 
West. 12°. Philadelphia 1860 

— - Indian wars of the United States. 

8°. New York and Auburn, N. Y. 1856 

— Haines. Elijah M. The Amer- 
ican Indian. 4°. Chicago 1888 

— Harrison, Wm. Henry. Discourse 
on the aborigines of the Ohio Val- 
ley. Edited with notes by H. W. 
Beckwith. (Fergus Historical 
Series No. 26.) 12°. Chicago.... 1883 

— Lewis, Mrs. Jane. Narrative of 
Mrs. Jane Lewis, who was made 
prisoner by Sac and Fox Indians 
under command of Black Hawk. 

8° 1833 

— MoAdams, Wm. Records of an- 
cient races in the Mississippi 
Valley. 8°, St. Louis 1887 



Illinois— ComiiMMetZ. 

— MaoLean.J. P. The Mound Build- 
ers. 12°. Cincinnati 1879 

— Peet. Stephen D. The history of 
explorations in the Mississippi 
Valley. Paper. 8°. Worcester, 
Mass 1896 

— Pre historic America. Vol.1. The 
Mound Builders; their works and 
relics, 8°. Chicago 1892 

— St. Clair, Mai. Gen. Arthur. Nar- 
rative of the manner in which the 
campaign against the Indians in 

791 was conducted under com- 
mand of Maj. Oen. St. Clair. 
8°. Phila 1812 

— - St. Clair Papers. Arranged and 

annotated by Wm. Henry Smith. 

2 vols. 8°. Cincinnati 1882 

— Schoolcraft, Henry E. Informa- 

tion respecting the history, con- 
dition and prospects of the Indian 
tribes of the U. S. Illustrated by 
S. Eastman. 6 vols, folio. IPhila- 
delphia 1853-1857 

— Snyder, Dr. J. F. A group of Illi- 

nois mounds. Published in The 
Archaeologist 1895 

— - The field If or archaeological re- 

search in Illinois. Paper read be- 
fore the Ills, State Hist. Soc, at its 
first annual meeting, Peoria, Ills., 
Jan. 5 and 6, 1900. Pam. 8°. Spring- 
field 1900 

— Squier, E. G., and Davis, E. H., M. 

D. Ancient monuments of the 
Miss. Valley. (Prom Smithson- 
ian Contributions to Knowledge.) 
4°. N. Y 1848 

— Tanner, John. Narrative of the 

captivity and adventures of John 
Tanner, during thirty years' resi- 
dence among the Indians in the 
interior of N.- A. Prepared for 
the press by Edwin James, M. D. 
8°. N. Y 1830 

— Thatcher, B. B., Esq. Indian bio- 

graphy. 2 vols. 16°. N. Y 1873 

— Trumbull, Henry. History of the 

Indian wars. 8°. Boston 1844 

— U. S. Bureau of Ethnology, Powell, 

J. W. director. Annual reports, 
1880-'91. Vols. 2 to 12. 11 vols. 4°. 
Washington, V. y 



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ILLINOIS— 6'ontim«e(i. 

— Wakefield, Jokn, esq. History of 

the war between the U. S. and the 
Sao and Fox Indians and parts of 
other disaffected tribes, in 1827, 
1831 and 1832. 12°. Jacksonville, 
Ills. 1834 

— Withers, Alexander S. Chronicles 

of border warfare. 12°. Clarks- 
burg, Va. 1831 

— ^Zso. reprint of above, edited and 

annotated by Reuben G.Thwaites. 

8°. Cincinnati. 1895 

— See also, Indians and Archceology; 

Miss. Valley, West, etc 

Illinois Natural History. 

— Miller and OuTley ,comps . Bulletins 

of the Illinois State Museum of 
Natural History. Noa. 3 to 11, Inc., 
1893-'96. Pams 

— Bulletins of the Illinois State Mu- 

seum of Natural History— Con- 
tents. 
No. S. Description of some new 
species of invertebrates from the 
palaeozoic rocks of Illinois and 
adjacent states 1893 

No. 4. Upper Devonian and Niag- 
ara crinoids 1894 

No, 5. New genera and species of 
echinodermata 1894 

No. 6. Description of new species 
of palaeozoic echinodermata 1895 

No. 7. New and interesting species 
of palaeozoic fossils 1895 

No. 8. Description of new and re- 
markable fossils from the palseo- 
zoic rocks of the Mississippi Val- 
ley 1896 

No. 9. New species of crinoids 
from Illinois and other states 1896 

No. 10. New species of echinoder- 
mata and a new crustacean from 
the palaeozoic rocks ■ 1896 

No. 11. New species of palaeozoic 
invertebrates from Illinois and 
other states 1896 

No. 12. New species of crinoids 
cephalopods and other palaBozoic 
fossils 1897 

Illinois— Geology. 

— Norwood. J. G. Abstract of report 

on Illinois coals. (Part of Illinois 
State Geological Survey.) 8°. 
Springfield 1858 



ILLINOIS- Geology- (,'on<inMe(J. 

— Thwaites, Reuben G. Early lead 
mining in Illinois and Wisconsin. 
{In papers of Amer. Hist. Asso- 
ciation, 1893.) 8°. Washington.... 



1894 



Warner & Beers, pubs. Atlas of 
Illinois, to which are added his- 
tory, statistics, etc. Geology of 
Illinois, by A. H. Worthen. pages, 
173-178. Published. Chicago.... 1876- 

Worthen, A. H., director. Geologi- 
cal survey of Illinois. (8 vols, and 
1 vol. Plates.) 9 vols. 4°. Spring- 
field. 1868-1891 



— Geological map of Illinois; from 

original surveys, drawn by W. 
Billington, C. H. St. John, and 
C. K. W(irthen. Pub. by author- 
ity State Legislature, 1875 

Animals— Illinois. 

— Fish Commissioners State of Illi- 

nois. Bi-ennial reports, 1884-1899-190O 

— Pish Commissioners State of Illi- 

nois. Fish and game laws of Illi- 
nois 1898 

— Forbes, S. A., director. Ornitholo- 

gy of Illinois. 2 vols. Part 1. De- 
scriptive catalogue, by Robert 
Ridgway. Part 2. Economic orni- 
thology, by S. A. Forbes. 2vos. 
8°. Springfield. 1889-1895 

— Games Wardens of Illinois. An- 

nual reports, 1893-1898-1900 

— Illinois Farmers' Institutes. See 

Institutions, Agriculture 

— Illinois State Bee-Keepers' Associa- 

tion. Annual reports, 1891-'92. 
Pams 

— Illinois State Board of Live Stock 

Commissioners. Annual reports, 
1889, 1890, 1893, 1897, 1898. 8°. Spring- 
field. V. y 

— Illinois State Dairyman's Associa- 

tion. Souvenir of Illinois. Dairy 
Exhibit at World's Columbian 
Exposition, Chicago, 1893. 16°' 
Springfield 1893 

— Kennicott, Robert. Quadrupeds of 

Illinois; injurious and beneficial 
to the farmer. PartU. S. Agri- 
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Illinois— Animals— Contimted. 

— Rafinesque. C. S. Ichtbyologia 

Ohiensis; or natural history of 
the iishes inhabiting the river 
Ohio and its tributary streams. 
Verbatim reprint of original edi- 
tion, with notes and sketch of life 
of the author, by Richard Ells- 
worth Call. (No. 224 of the edi- 
tion.) 8°. Cleveland 1899 

Illinois — Topography. For early 
maps of Illinois and Miss, valley. 
See Maps. 

— Maps. Reprintof "Carte de la Lou- 

isiaueetducours du Mississippi." 
Chez Jean Covens et Corneille 
Mortier, G^ographes. Amster- 
dam. 11. d 

— Adjutant General State of Illinois. 

Miiitary map of Illinois 1895 

— Blanchard, Rufus. Historical map 

of Illinois, accompanied by a his- 
tory of the State; bound with the 
history. 8°. Chicago 1883 

— County Atlas— maps. See Illinois 

History. 

— Cram, Geo.]?. Map of Illinois, with 

map of Chicago and environs. 
Paper. Chicago 1899 

— Hussey, J. R., ilf.Z'. Standard map 

of Illinois, showing counties and 
townships. (Large wall map, 
mounted.) Springfield, Ills 1881 

— Mitchell, S. Augustus, pub. Tour- 

ist's pocket map of the State of 
Illinois, showing population by 
counties from census of 1830, steam 
boat routes, etc.; map of lead 
mine region, etc. J. H. Young, 
comp. Phila 1834 

— Rand, MoNally & Co., pubs. Map 

of Illinois, showing geographical 
situation of candidates for nomi- 
nation by Republican State Con- 
vention of Ills, for State offices, 
with special reference to I. N. 
Pearson, of McDonough Co 

— Railroad and Warehouse Commis- 

sioners of Illinois. R. R. Commis- 
sioners maps of Illinois, 1890, '91, 
'92, '93. '91, '96 

— Warner & Beers, pubs. Atlas of 

State of Illinois, to which are ad- 
ded history, statistics, etc. Chap- 
ters on topography, climatology, 
etc., of the State. Folio. Chicago. 1876 
See Maps. 

— Illinois Gazetteers and emigrants' 

guides. (Chronological order,) 

—10 H, L, 



Illinois— TopoGEAPHY—Con(j»?te(i. 

— Brown, Samuel R. Western Gazet- 

teer: or, emigrant's directory. 
Geographical description of Ken- 
tucky, Indiana, Louisiana, Ohio, 
Tennessee and Mississippi, and 
the territories of Illinois, Mis- 
souri, Alabama, Michigan and 
Northwestern. 8°. Auburn, N.Y. 1817 

— Cramer & Spears, j<i(6s. The Navi- 

gator; containing directions for 
navigating the Monongahela, Al- 
leghaney, Ohio and Mississippi 
rivers, with a description of their 
towns, villages, etc. 12°. Pitts- 
burgh 1818 

— Darby, William. Emigrant's guide 

to the western and southwestern 
states and territories, and index 
SIII pages. 8°. N.Y 1818 

— Van Zandt, Nicholas Biddle. Pull 

description of the soil, water, tim- 
ber and prairies of each lot or 
quarter section of the military 
lands between the Miss, and Ills, 
rivers; also, description of Mo. 
territory. 8°. Washington, D, C. 1818 

— Dana. E. Description of the boun- 

ty lands in the State of Illinois; 
Also, the principal roads and 
routes by land and water from 
New Brunswick in Nova Scotia 
to the Pacific ocean. 12°. Cin- 
cinnati 1819 

— Beck, Lewis C, A. M. Gazetteer 

of the states of Illinois and Mis- 
souri, with map and general de- 
scription. 8°. Albany, N.Y 1823 

— Cummings, Samuel. The Western 

Pilot, containing charts of the 
Ohio river and of the Mississippi 
from mouth of the Missouri to 
Gulf of Mexico. 8°. Cincinnati. 1829 
Another ed., published by George 
Conclin, 1S« 

— Davenport, Bishop. Gazetteer, or 

geographical dictionary of N. A. 
and West Indies- (Illinois, pages 
142-146.) 8°. Baltimore 1832 

— Tanner, H. S. View of the valley 

of the Mississippi, or emigrant's 
and traveler's guide to the west. 
General description of that entire 
country, with map. 12°. Phila.. 1832 

— - American traveler's guide 

through the U S. (Illinois, pages 

45 and 46.) 2d ed, 16°. Phila.... 1836 



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Illinois— Topography- -ConfimMeeZ. 

— Peck, J. M. Guide for emierants, 

containing: sketches of Illinois, 
Missouri and adjacent parts. 16°. 
Boston 1831 

— - Qa3etteer of Illinois. 16°. Jack- 

sonville, III 1834 

— - CTazetteer of Illinois, 2d ed. 

Phila 1837 

— - New truide for emigrants to thfl 

west, containing sketches of 
Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, 
Missouri, -Arkansas, Territory of 
Wisconsin and adjacent parts. 
16°. Boston 1837 

— Mitchell & Hinman, 25U&S. Accom- 

paniment to Mitchell's reference 
and distance map U. S. Illinois, 
pages 312-315. 8°, Phila 1835 

— Darby, Wm. <J Dwight,Theodore,jr. 

New gazetteer of U. S. A. (Illi- 
nois, pages 209-212 )" 8°. Hart- 
ford 1835 

— Rupp, I, Daniel, Esq. Geographi- 

cal catechism of Pennsylvania 
and the western states; guide and 
pocket companion for travelers 
and emigrants to Pennsylvania, 
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan 
and Missouri. 12°. Harri.sburg, 
Pa 1836 

— Lyford, W. G. Western address di- 

rectory, etc., with historical, topo- 
graphical and statistical sketches 
for the year 1837 of the cities and 
towns of the Mississippi valley, 
12°. Baltimore 1837 

— Jones, A. D. Illinois and the west. 

16°. Boston 1838 

— .Smith, J. Calvin. Western tourist 

and emigrant's guide, with gazet- 
teer of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, 
Illinois and Missouri, with map. 
16°. N.Y 1839 

— Regan, John. Emigrant's guide to 

the western states of America, or 
backwoods and prairies. De- 
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2d ed. 12°. Edinburgh 1842 

— Haskel, Daniel, A. M. <S; Smith, J. 

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Illinois— Topography— CoiiHnM«(Z, 

— Massey, S. L. James' traveler's 

companion, being a complete 
guide through the western states, 
with maps, J. A. & U. P. James, 
3jnhs. 16°. Cincinnati 1851 

— Lloyd, James T. Lloyd's steam- 

boat directory. Maps of the Ohio 
and Mississippi rivers, etc. 8°. 
Cincinnati 1865 

— Gerhard, Fred. Illinois as it is, its 

history, geography, statistics, etc. 

12°. Chicago 1857 

— Hall, Edward H. The great West, 

railroad, steamboat and stage 
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— Polk, R. L. <£ Co., vuhs. Gazetteer 

of Illinois, 1882, 1884, 1886, 1888. 4 
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Illinois,— Previous to the Revolution. 

— Affairs at Port Chartres, 1768-1781. 

(Reprint from Historical Maga- 
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— Bossn, Cavt. Travel through that 

part of N. America, formerly 
called Louisiana. Notes on natural 
history of the country. Trans- 
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2vols. 8°. London 1771 

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Illinois from its discovery by the 
French until its cession to Great 
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Hoyne, 8°, Chicago 1884 

— Butterfield, C. W. History of the 

discovery of the Northwest by 
John Nlcolet in 1634. 8°, Cincin- 
nati 1881 

— Drake, Samuel Adams. The making 

of the great West. 12°. London 1887 

— ' Fergus Historical Series. No. 3, 

Last of the Illinois. Caton. 

No. 12. Illinois in the XVIII. Cen- 
tury. Kaskaskia and its records. 

No. 31. Pierre Menard and the 
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No. 32. John Rice Jones and Rice 
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No. 33. John Todd Papers and 
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No. 34. Phillippe de Rocheblave 
and the Rocheblave Papers. Ma- 
son. 



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Jesuit Relations and Allied Docu- 
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lations of Claude Dablon, who 
edited the synopsized letters of 
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Joutel. Journal of the last voyage 
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Parkmau, Francis. Conspiracy of 
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Pittman, Capt. Philip. Present 
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Tonti, Henri. Relations de la Loui- 
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D^rnieres d'^couvertes dans 
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Illinois— Territorial. 

— Hening.William Waller.comi). Stat- 

utes at large, being a collection 
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1792. 13 vols. 8°, Richmond.. 1809-1823 

— Casey, Joseph J. Personal names 

in Hening's statutes at large of 
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by Henry Pirtle. (Ohio Valley 
Hist. Series No, 3.) 8°. Cincinnati 1869 

— Cutler, Ephraim. Life and times 

of, with biographical sketches of 
Jervis Cutler and Wra. Parker 
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— Cutler, Jiev. Manasseh, I/I/. D. 

Life and correspondence o£. Cut- 
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Illinois— Northwest Territory. 

— Beggs, JJ««, S. P. Pages from early 

history of the west and north- 
west. 12°. Cincinnati 1868 

— Bradford, Wm. J. A. Notes on the 

northwest, or valley of the upper 
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don 1846 

— Bradley, Isaac Samuel. Available 

material for the study of institu- 
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(Proceedings Wis. Hist. Soe.) 8°. 
Madison 1897 

— Burnet, Jacob. Notes on the early 

settlement of the Northwest terri- 
tory. 8°. N. Y 1847 

— Dillon. John B. Historical notes 

on discovery and settlement of 
territory Northwest of river Ohio 
in introduction to Dillon's history 
of Indiana. Vol. 1 (only). 8°. 
Indianapolis 1843 

— Dillon. John B. History of Indiana, 

also history of territory north- 
west of river Ohio. 8°. Indian- 
apolis 1857 

— Dillon, John B. Sketch of the ter- 

ritory northwest of the river 
Ohio, with history of Indiana. 8°, 
Indianapolis 1859 



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Illinois— NoETirsvEST Terkitoet — 
Conthxued. 

— Ewing, Gen. Thomas. Address at 

the centennial celebration of set- 
tlement of Northwest territory. 
Marietta, Ohio, July 15, 1888. 
Pam. 2ded 

— Harvey. Henry. History of Shaw- 

nee Indians from the year 1681 to 
1854, inclusive 8°- Cincinnati.. 1855 

— Hildreth, S. P. Pioneer history of 

the Ohio valley and early settle- 
ment of the Northwest territory. 
8° Cincinnati 1848 

— Laws of the territory Northwest of 

the river Ohio, 1791-1802. 8°. Cin- 
cinnati, reprint 1833 

— Laws passed in territory U. S. 

Northwest river Ohio, from com- 
mencement of the government to 
Dec, 31, 1791. 8° Phila 1792 

— Laws passed in territory U. S. 

Northwest river Ohio. July to De- 
cember, 1792, inclusive. 12°. 
Phila 1794 

— Laws of the territory of the U. S. 

Northwest of the Ohio, adopted 
and made at session legislature 
begun May 29 and ended Aug. 25, 
1795. 12°. PhUa 1796 

— Laws of the territory Northwest of 

river Ohio, passed at first session 
general assembly, 1799. 12°. Cin- 
cinnati 1800 

— McClure, David. Diary of David 

McClnre, 1748-1820. With notes by 
Franklin B. Dexter. Edited by 
John P. Peters. 8°. N. Y 1899 

— McCuUough, Mrs. N. N. Centen- 

nial hymn of the Northwest terri- 
tory, Pam.. Springfield 1887 

— Poole. Wm. Frederick. The early 

Northwest. (Address before 
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N. T 1889 

— Toole, Wm. Predericls. The ordi- 

nance of 1787. A reply, from "The 
Inlander," January, 1892. 8°. Ann 
Arbor, Mich 1892 

— Poole, Wm. Frederick. The ordi- 

nance of 1787 and Dr. Manasseh 
Cutler as an agent in its forma- 
tion, 8°. Cambridge, Mass J876 

— Sargent, Winthrop; and Barton, 

Benj. Smith. Papers relative to 
certain American antiquities. 8°. 
Phila 1796 



Illinois — Northwest Terkitoet — 
Concluded. 

— Smith, Geo. W. Short history of 

Ills. The Ordinance of 1787. Ar- 
ticle in School News. Deo. 1899 . 

— Smith, William Henry. The St. 

Clair Papers. 2 vols. 8°. Cincin- 
nati 1882 

— Wilson, Frazer E. The Treaty of 

Greenville. 12°. Piqua, 1894 

Illinois— Indiana Territory. 

— Dillon, John. See Ills. Northwest 

Territory 

— Law, John. Colonial history of 

Vincennes. 8°. Vincennes 1858 

— Lewis. Virgil A. The originial 

Indiana Territory; it was in W. 
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Soc.) Pam. 12°. Charleston.... Wjb 

— Laws adopted by governor and 

judges Indiana Territory at their 
first session, Jan. 180L 8°. Frank- 
fort, Ky 1802 

— Laws of Indiana Territory. 8°. 

Vincennes 180T 

— Territorial laws of Indiana, 1805- 

1806. Laws first and second ses- 
sion. Laws two sessions in man- 
uscript, copied 

Illinois— Illinois Territory. 

— Illinois State Historical Library, 

pnh. No. 2. Prepared by Edwin 
J. James, Ph. D. information re- 
lating to the Territorial laws of 
Ills., pased from 1809-1812. 8°. 
Springfield 1899- 

— Legi slative Council and House Rep- 

resentatives of the Territory of 
Ills, at their first session, Kaskas- 
kia, 1812. Law establishing a 
Supreme Court, 1814. Laws 
passed 1815-1816, at Fourth Ses- 
sion. Ljiws passed 1S16-1817. 
Laws passed 1817-1818. 2 vols 

— The Military title of Louisiana and 

the Territory of Illinois, dated 
New Orleans, Jan.' 12, 1804, and 
signed by Count Laussat, Napo- 
leon's ambassador. It is also, the 
order to Gen. De Lassus to de- 
liver the Territory over to Capt. 
Amos Stoddard, of the U. S. Ar- 
tillery. (Original manuscript let- 
ter.) Purchased in New Orleans 
by W. H. Hinrichsen, Secretary 
of State of Ills., and deposited in 
the State Historical Library 

— Pope, Nathanial, comp. Laws of the 

Territory of Ills, 2 vols. 8='. Kas- 
kaskia 1815 



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Illinois— Indiana Terhiiory— Continued. 

— Secretary of State of Ills., comp. 

Laws passed by the Gen. Assem- 
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and 1817-1818. 2 vols. Reprint. 

8°. Sprinefleld 1898 

Illinois History. 

— Albaoh. Janjes E., pub. Annals of 

the West. 8°. Pittsburg 1857 

— Alton. — Minutes of a convention 

favorable to the immediate aboli- 
tion of slavery in the U. S., Alton, 
Ills.. Oct. 26, 1837. List of dele- 
gates and proceedings. Parks & 
Breath, pubs. 12°. Alton, 1838. Pam .... 

— Angell, G. M., M.D. An account of 

a colony founded about 1836, in 
Illinois, by citizens of Rhode 
Island. Manuscript 

— Anthony, Son. Elliott. The consti- 

tutional history of Illinois, 8°. 
Chicago 1891 

— Beecher. Bei). Edward. Narrative 

of riots at Alton: in connection 
with the death of Elijah P. Love- 
joy. 16°. Alton 1838 

— Beggs, Bev. S. R. Pages from the 

early history of the West and 
Northwest: embracing reminis- 
cences and incidents of settle- 
ment and growth, and sketches of 
the material and religious pro- 
gress of the States of Ohio, In- 
diana, Illinois and Missouri, with 
especial reference to the history 
of Methodism. 12°. Cincinnati.. 1868 

— Birkbeck, Morris. Notes'on a jour- 

ney in America, from the coast of 
Virginia to the Territory of Ills., 
with proposals for the .establish- 
ment! of a colonyjof English; ac- 
companied by a map, illustrating 
the route. 2d ed. 8°. Dublin... 1818 

Notes on a journey in America, 

from the coast of Virginia to the 
Territory of Ills. With letters 
from Ills. 3d. ed. 8°. London.. 1818 

Letters from Ills. 2d ed. 8°. Lon- 
don 1818 

— Blanchard, Rufus. History of Ills., 

to accompany a historical map of 
the State. Map annexed. 8°' Chi- 
cago 1883 

— Bonham, Jeriah. Fifty years' rec- 

ollections. 12°. Peoria 1883 

— Bradwell, Jas. B., pnb. Women 

lawyers of Ills. Portraits of 27 
of the women lawyers of the 
State. 16°. Chicago 1900 



Illi KOia— Continued. 

— Breese, Sidney. The early history 

of Ills., from the discovery by the 
French in 1673, until its cession to 
Great Britain in 1763, including 
the narrative of Marquette's dis- 
covery of the Miss. With a bioe- 
raphical memoir of author by 
Melville W. Fuller. Edited by 
Thos.Hoyne. ii.i). 8°. Chicago 1874 

— Brown, Henry. History of Illinois, 

from discovery and settlement to 
the present time. With map. 8°. 
New York 1844 

— Carpenter, W. H. and Arthur, T. S., 

eds. History of Ills , from its 
earliest settlement to present. 
(Cabinet Histories of the States.) 
16°. Phila 1869 

— County Histories. 

— Adams county, published Chicago 
1879, 4!so, Atlas map 1872 

— - Alexander county, pub. Chicago.. 1882 

— - Bond county, pub. Chicago 1882 

— - Boone county. Past and present 

of Boone County. Kett & Co., 
1877. Atlas map 1886 

— - Brown county, pub. Phila 1882 

— - Bureau county, pub. Chicago 1885 

— - Calhoun county. Manuscript 

sketch. Child, Geo. B 1894 

— - Carroll county, pub. Chicago 1878 

— - Cass county, pub. Chicago 1882 

— - Champaign county. Three eds. 

Champaign, 1876, 1878, and Phila. . 188 i 

— - Christian county, pub. Phila 1880 

— - Clark county. Crawford & Clark, 

Cos. 1 vol. Pub. Chicago, 1883. 
Atlas map 1892 

— - Clay county, pub. Chicago, 1884. 

Also Atlas m&p 1881 

— - Clinton county, pub. Phila 1881 

— - Coles county, pub. Chicago 1879 

— - Cook county, pub. Chicago 1884 

— - Crawford county, pub. Chicago.. 1883 

— - Cumberland county, pub. Chicago 1884 

— DeKalb county, pub.Chicago, 1868. 
Also Atlas map 1871 

— - DeWitt county, pub. Phila 1882 

— - Douglas county, pub. Chicago — 1884 



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Illinois— County Histories— OonHnMctZ. 


Illinois— County Histobies— Continued . 


— - DuPage county, pub. Chicage, 




— - Macon county, pub. Philadelphia. 


187» 


1882. Also Atlas map 


1874 


— - Macoupin county, pub. Phila 






1879 


— - Edear county, pub. Chicago 


1879 


— - Madison county, pub. Bdwards- 




- Edwards county, pub. Chicago... 


1883 


ville 


1882 


— - Effingham county, pub. Chicago, 


1883 


— - Marion county, pub. Philadelphia 






1878 


1881 Also Atlas map 


1892 


— - Fayette county, pub. Phila 






— Ford county. Not in Library 




— - Marshall county, pub. Laoon 


1880 


— Franlilin county, pub. Chicago... 


1887 


— - Mason county— Menard and Ma- 








son counties. Chicago 


1879 


— - Fulton county, pub. Chicago 


1879 


— - Massac county. Biographical 




— - Gallatin county, pub. Chicago 


1887 


review 


1893 






— - Greene county, pub. Springfield. 


1885 


— - McDonough county, pub. Daven- 








port. Iowa, 1871. ^^50 Atlas map. 


1871 


— - Grundy county, pub. Chicago 


1882 


— - McHenry county. Missing in 




— Hamilton county, pub. Chicago... 


1887 


history, 2 editions of Atlas 




— - Hancock county. History miHS- 
ing, but have Atlas map 




map 1872-1S92 


1891 


— - McLean county, 2 eds. pub. Bloom- 




— - Hardin county. Biographical Re- 




ington, 1874, and Cb icago 


1879 


view 


1893 


— - Menard and Mason counties, pub. 








— Henderson county, pub. Chicago. 


1882 


Chicago 


187»- 


— - Henry county, pub. Kett & Co 


1887 


— - Menard, Women's Columbian 




— - Iroquois county pub. Chicago 


1880 


Souvenir, 1893, and Atlas map — 


1874 


— - Jackson county pub. Phila 


1878 


— - Mercer county, pub. Chicago 


1882 


— - Jasper county, pub. Chicago 


1884 


— - Monroe county, pub. Philadelphia 


1883 


— - Jefferson county, pub. Chicago... 


1883 


— - Montgomery county, pub. Chicago 


1882. 


— Jersey county, 2 eds., Jack- 




— - Morgan county, 2 eds. pub. Jack- 




sonville, (pam.) 1876, and Spring- 
field, 1885 




sonville, 1886, and Chicago 

— - Moultrie county, pub, Phila 


1878 




1881 


— - JoDaviess county, pub. Chicago.. 


1878 






— - Johnson county. Biographical 




— - Ogle county, pub. Polo 


1859 


review 


1893 


— - Peoria county, Ballance, pub. 




— - Kane county, pub. Chicago 


1878 


Peoria, 1870. Atlas maps. 2 eds.l873-189& 


— - Kankakee county. History miss- 




— - Perry county, pub. Philadelphia. . 


1883 


ing, but have atlas-map 


1883 
1876 


— - Piatt county, n. d. Piatt, Emma C. 




— Kendall county, pub. Chicago 




— - Knox county, pub. Chicago 


1878 


— - Pike county, pub. Chicago 


1880 


— - Lake county, pub. Chicago 


1877 


— Pope county. Biographical re- 
view 


1893- 


— - LaSalle county, pub. Chicago,1877 








and history of LaSalle (bound 




— Pulaski county, pub. Chicago 


1883 


with Boone county) 


1877 






— - Lawrence county, pub Phila 


1883 


— - Putnam county, pub. Lacon 


1880 


— - Lee county, 2 eds., Chicago, 1881, 




— - Randolph county, 2 eds. (Monta- 




and. Dixon 


1893 
1878 


gue) Alton 1859 and Philadelphia.. 
— Richland county, pub. Chicago... 


1883 


— - Livingston county, pub. Chicago. 


1884 


" — - Logan county, 3 eds., Chicago, 




— - Rock Island county. Rock Island 




1878, Dwight, 1880, and Lincoln 




Souvenir, 1895, R. I. Arsenal. 




1881. Also Atlas map Logan 




Flagler, 1887, R. 1. Arsenal, Til- 




county 


1893 


linghast 


1898. 



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Illinois— County Histories— Coji^jiwied. 

— - Saline county, pub. Chicago 1887 

— - Sangamon county, 6 eds. Spring- 

field, 1866, Davenport, Iowa, 1873, 
Phila, 1874, Chicago 1881 and 1891. 
Also Atlaa map 1874 

— -Scott county, brief sketch, 

Knapp, Winchester 1876 

— - Schuyler county, pub. Phila 1882 

— - Shelby county pub. Phila 1881 

— - Stark county pub. Cambridge. 

Shalleuberger, Mrs. E. H 1876 

— - St. Clair county pub. Phila 1881 

— - Stephenson county pub. Chicago. 1880 

— - Tazewell county (missing) 

— - Union county pub. Chicago, 1883. 

Also atlas map 1881 

— Vermilion county pub, Chicago. . . 1879 

— - Wabash county pub. Phila 1883 

— - Warren county pub. Chicago 1877 

— - Washington county pub. Phila... 1879 

— - Wayne county pub. Chicago, 1884. 

Also atlas map 1881 

— - White county pub. Qhicago 1883 

— - Whiteside county pub. Morrison. 1877 

— - Will county pub. Chicago 1878 

— - Williamson county pub. Chicago. 1876 

— - Winnebago county pub. Chicago. 1877 

— - Woodford county pub. Chicago... 1878 

— Davidson, Alexander and Stuve, B. 

History of Illinois. 1673-1873. 8°. 
Springfield 1874 

— - Second ed. 1673-1884. 8°. Spring- 

field :. 1884 

— Dresbach, Arthur C. and Ada A. 

Young people's history of 111.?. 
(Chicago Home Hist. Series.) 8°- 
Chicago 1886 

— Edwards, Ninian. The Edwards 

papers. Being a portion of the 
collection of the letters, papers & 
Mas. of Ninian Edwards. Edited 
by E. B. Washburne. (Chicago 
Hist. Soc.'s Col. Vol. 3.) 8°. Chi- 
cago 1884 

— Edwards, Ninian Wirt. History 

of Ills, from 1778 to 1833: and life 
and times of Ninian Edwards. 8°. 
Springfield 1870 



Illinois— Hi8TORY—6'onHM««ci. 

— Egleston, W. (i. Collection of pho- 

tographs of Kaskaskia. See Kas- 
kaskia. 

— Flint. Timothy. Western monthly 

review. 2 vols. Cincinnati.... 1828-1829 

— Flower, (Jeorge. History of the 

English settlements in Edwards 
county, 111. (Chicago Hist. Soc. 
Collections, Vol. 1.) 8°. Chicago.. 1882 

— Forbes, S. A. The gui-ann^e in Illi- 

nois. Published in the Illini, of 

the University of Ills., Sept. 25... 1896 

— Ford, Goi: Thomas. History of 111. 

1818 to 1847. 12°. Chicago 1854 

— Gerhard, Fred. Ills, as it is; with 

a prairie and wood map; a geolog- 
ical map, a population map and 
other illustrations. 12°. Chicago 1857 

— Handford, Thog. W. History of Ilia. 

in words of one syllable. 8°. Chi- 
cago 1888 

— Hedrick, James. Letters patent to 

certain lands in Ilia., as herein 
described. Signed, George Gra- 
ham, commissioner of the general 
land office, dated Dec. 6, 1827. Re- 
corded V. 4, page 141. (original MS) 

— Historical Magazine. (RepriEt 

from.) Affairs at Port Chartres. 
1768-1781. b°. Albany 1864 

— Jones, A. D. Ills, and the west, 

with a township map containing 
the latest surveys and improve- 
ments. 16°. Boston 1838 

— Kaskaskia. Collection of photo- 

graphs of hiatoric buildings and 
places, taken in 1891, iby Dr. W. G. 
Egleston, and by him presented 
to the Illinois State Historical 
Library 

— - Territorial Legislative Hall. The 

first brick house in 'Ills. (View 
from southeast. Another photo, 
view from south-east by south. ) 

— -The old brick house. Two photo- 

graphs 

— - Old Kaskaskia hotel, where ban- 

quet to LaPayette was given in 
1824. (View looking east: another 
view from the east. ) 

— - Interior of the room in the old 

hotel in which the banquet to 
LaFayette was given 

— - The Pierre Menard house. Two 

photograph s 



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Illinois— History— Continued. 

— - Interior view of the church of the 

Immaculate Conception 

— - Photograph of the record bool£S 

of the church, of the chalice and 
paten, presented to the church 
by the King of Prance, and of the 
table on which the first constitu- 
tion of Ills, was written. Record 
books contain the signature of 
Col. Geo. Rogers Clark 

— mother view of the constitution 
table and church record-books, 
taken in the grounds by the side 
uf the church 

— Photograph of Father Ferlin hold- 
ing chalice and paten, on porch 
of priest's house. Only the hand 
and arm of Father Ferlin is shown 
in the photo 

— - Gev. Bond's house, in cornfield. 

Three photographs; all from 
south 

— Remains of the old Kaskaskia 
convent; abandoned on account 
of flood of ISil. The nuns took 
refuge in the Pierre Menard 
house, from the porch of which 
they embarked on the steamer In- 
diana.and were taken to St. Louis. 
Two photographs 

— - The Gen. John Edgar house 

— - The new hotel from the rear. 

— Well; on the site of the old State 
House 

— View on principal street of Kas- 
kaskia. looking east 

— - View on the principal street, and 

of a youug "Kaskian" 

— - Widowed chimney, robbed of its 

house in IHiS. The house went 
down the river 

— - House of Chief Ducoin, the last 

of the tribe of the Cascasquis 

— - Bridge view of Kaskaskia 

— - View of Kaska.5kia from Fort 

Gage, on Garrison Hill 

— Kaskaskia in the back ground. 
The new cemetery on Garrison 
Hill for the historic dead 

— - View from porch of priest's house 

— Kaskaskia Island, south end. Two 
photographs 



Illinois— History— Continued. 

— - Kaskaskia ferry line; "Bonny" 

and "Jerry." Compound, grass- 
burning engines 

— - East Kaskaskia. Foot of Fort 

Gage mountain 

— - East Kaskaskia. Mule ferry to 

Kaskaskia 

— Dr. Egleston, also, presented the 
library with fao similes of the 
signatures of the following per- 
sons, notable in the history of 
Illinois. These signatures were 
traced from the originals in the 
church record books at Kas- 
kaskia: 

C. Bissell, S. Bond, 

Sidney Breese. Charleville, 
George R.Clark, John Edgar, 
Kinian Edwards, P. Gibault, 
John Rice Jones, Dan Murray, 
Nath. Pope, G. Richard, 

Felix St. Vrain, Rich. Winston. 

Edw. Worthington. 
In addition to the above, Dr. Egles- 
ton presented the library with a 
pencil sketch of Col. Francis Vigo, 
copied from a drawing by Chas. 
A. Liesueur, and pen drawings of 
Kaskaskia and the Kaskaskia and 
Mississippi rivers, previous to 
1886, and after the 'cut-ofE" of 
1856. 

— - Photograph of the powder maga- 

zine at Kaskaskia, Ills., built by 
the French about 200 years ago. 
Presented to the library July 4, 
1891, by Charles Oldendorph, of 
Waterloo 

— - Montague. E. J. Directory, bus- 

iness mirror, and historical 
sketches of Randolph county, 
containing the name, residence, 
and occupation of every citizen of 
the county; with a condensed 
sketch of Kaskaskia and Prairie 
Du Rocher. commencing with 
their Indian history. Brief notes 
of pioneer settlers. 12°. Alton.. 1859 

— Koemer.Gustav. Das Deutsche ele- 

ment in den Vereinigten Staaten 
von Nord Amerika. 181S-184S. 12°. 
Cincinnati 1880 

— Lincoln. William S. Alton trials. 

See Lovejoy, Elijah P. 

— liinder. Gen. Usher P., (with intro- 

duction and appendix by the Hon. 
Joseph Gillespie). Reminiscences 
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cians. A succinct history of the 
politics of Ills, from 1856 to 1884, 
with anecdotes and incidents, 
Appendix from 1809 to IS.'ie. 8°. 
Springfield 1884 

— - Eighty years of Ills, politics and 

politicians, anecdotes and inci- 
dents. A succinct history of the 
State, 1808-1889. 3d ed. Spring- 
field 1889 

— Macdonald. James. IPood from the 

far west. Stock farming in lUin- 
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— IWcLean County Historical Society; 

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8°. Bloomington 1899 

Vol. 3, Meeting of May 29, 1900, in 
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8", Bloomington 1900 

— Mason, Edward G., ed. Early Chi- 

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— Mason, Edward G. Illinois in the 

18th Ceutxiry. (Fergus Hist. 
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I, Also Fergus Hist. Series Nos. 31, 
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— Matson N. Pioneers of Ills. Series 

of sketches relating to events that 
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— - Reminiscences of Bureau Co. 

12° 1872 

— Minier, George B. Recollections of 

early Illinois. Manuscript 

— Morris, John H. Receipt from the 

Auditor of the State of Ills,, to 
John H. Morris for the treasurer's 
certificate that the said Morris 
paid into the treasury of the State 
the sum of S130.37 being the 
amount of his land tax. Dated, 
Vandalia, Ills., Jan. 6, 1826, signed 
E. J. Berry, Auditor. (Original 
receipt) 

— Moses John. Illinois, historical 

and statistical. 2 vols. 8°. Chi- 
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historical and statistical. 8°. Chi- 
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Illinois— History— Coil' Jftit«(J. 

— Moses, John. The organization of 

the State of Ills, into counties. 
Address before the Ills. State Bar 
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— Oliver, Wm. Eight months in Ills., 

with information to emigrants. 
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— Osman, Eaton Q. Starved Rock. 

A historical sketch. 8°. Ottawa. 1895 

— Peck, J. M. Annals of the West. 

8°. Albach.pub 1850 

— Perkins, James H. Annals of the 

West. 8°. Albach. j)ii6 1847 

— Pioneer Mothers of Illinois. Stories 

of the pioneer mothers of Illinois. 
A collection of manuscript letters 
from the pioneer women of the 
State, giving their early experi- 
ences, collected for the World's 
Columbian Exposition and after- 
ward deposited in the Illinois 
State Historical Library 

— Reynolds, Gov. John. My own 

times: embracing also the his- 
tory of my life. 12°. Illinois 1855 

X»i(H*«'j'edition, published by the 
Chicago Hist. Society, with notes 
and index. 8°. Chicago 1879 

— Pioneer history of Illinois. 12°. 

Belleville 1852 

Another edition, with notes and 
index. Fergus Printing Co. 8°. 
Chicago 1887 

— Scott, John M. The Supreme Court 

of Illinois, 1818. its first judges 
and lawyers. Short sketches. 8°. 
Bloomington 1896 

— Smith Geo. W. History of Illinois. 

A series of articles published in 
The School News, beginning Sep., 
1899: 

1. French occupancy. 

2. French loss of territory. 

3. Clark's campaign. 

4. Ordinance of 1787. 

5. First thirty years as a State. 

6. Second Constitution. 

7. Illinois in the Civil War. 

8. Recent events from Civil War 
to general election of 1896. 

— Trollope, Anthony. North America. 

Description of Illinois prairies 
and cornfields, the town of Dixon 
and the city of Chicago, pages 
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— U. S. Cf ntenial Commissioners for 

Illinois. Ills. Register book of 
visitors to Ills, building at Inter- 
national Exposition, 1876, Phila. 2 
Vols., folio 

— Van Zandt, Nicholas Biddle. Full 

description of the soil, water tim- 
ber and prairies of each lot or 
quarter section of the military 
lands between the Mississippi 
and Illinois rivers. .dZso descrip- 
tion Missouri Territory. 8°. 
Washington City 1818 

— Wallace, Joseph. The history of Il- 

linois and Louisiana under the 
l^'rench rule embracing a general 
view of the French dominion of 
North America, with some ac- 
count of the English occupation 
of Illinois. 8°. Cincinnati 1893 

— Welby, Adlard, Esq. Visit to North 

America and the English settle- 
ments in Illinois, with a winter 
residence at Philadelphia. 8°. 
London 1821 

— West, Mary Allen. Pioneer day sin 

Illinois. Manuscript 

— White, Hon. S. V. Address deliv- 

ered at Chautauqua, Ills., July 19, 
1900. Reminiscenses of Jersey 
county. Ills., 1835-1850. Pam. 8°. 
Brooklyn, N. Y T900 

— Williams, John S. The American 

Pioneer. 2 vols. 2d ed. 8°. Cin- 
cinnati 1842-43 

— Woodruff, G. H. Fifty years ago; 

or, gleanings respecting the his- 
tory of northern Illinois, a few 
years previous to and during the 
Black Hawk War. 8°. Joliet . . 1883 

— Woods, John. Two years residence 

in the settlement on the English 
prairie in the Illinois country, U. 
S., with an account of its animal 
and vegetable productions, agri- 
culture, etc., etc. A description 
of the principal towns, villages, 
etc., with the habits and customs 
of the backwoodsmen. 8°. London 1822 

— World's Columbian Exposition. To 

the State of Illinois, for the excel- 
lence of the general school exhibit 
at the World's Fair, Chicago, 1893, 
a certificate and a bronze medal 



Illinois— HiSTOEY— Continued. 

— - World's Columbian Exposition to 
the State of Illinois, for the dis- 
play of honey. Award for the 
large quantity shown and for its 
artistic arrangement and careful 
superintendence, a certificate and 
a bronze medal 



ILLINOIS GOVERNMENT AND LAWS. 

(Laws in Chronological Order.) 

— Public and private laws of the State 

of lUinoiE passed by the General 
Assembly 1819-1899. 78 vols, ex- 
clusive of revisions 

— Revised code of laws of Illinois 

1827. Enacted by the 5th General 
Assembly 

— Revised code of laws of Illinois, 

1828-1829 

— Revised code of laws of Illinois; 

1832-1833 

— Act for the organization and gov- 

ernment of the militia of this 
State, passed March 2, 1833. To- 
gether with the articles of war, 
and rules and regulations for 
government of the army of U. S. 
Published by authority. Printed 
by John York Sawyer, public 
printer. 99 pages, index 4 pages. 
12°. Vandalia 183J 

— Public and general laws of Illinois, 

except such as have been repealed, 
1839. Published by Stephen F. 
Gale. (Also known as Scammon's 
Revision.) 

— Revision of the laws of the State of 

Illinois. Brayman, M., com%> 1844-45 

Ills. Conveyancer; being a collection 
of original and selected forms for 
popular use. Gilman, Charles, 
comv. 12°. Quincy 1846 

— Compilation of all the general laws 

concerning real estate, and the 
title thereto in the State of Illi- 
nois, Purple, N. H., comp. b°. 
Quincy 1849 

— Compilation of the statutes of Illi- 

nois, of a general nature, m force 
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Unuea. 

— Statutes of Illinois, embracing all 

general laws of the State in force 
Deo. 1, 1857. with marginal notes, 
showing the contents of each sec- 
tion, and reference to decisions 
of Supreme Court of the State 
upon the construction of each 
statute. Compiled by Samuel 
H. Treat, Walter B. Scates and 
Robert S. Blackwell. Published 
by authority of General Assembly 
1858. 2vols 

— Statutes of Ills, and digest of all 

general laws of the State 1818-1868, 
with a classified index to all local, 
special and transient acts since 
Dec. 1814. Edited by Eugene L. 
Gross, Chicago 1868 

— Index to laws of the State of Illi- 

nois, both public and private, 
which are not printed at large in 
Gross' Statutes of 1869; 1818-1869 
Eugene L. Gross & Wm. L. Gross, 
compilers. Springfield '.. 1869 

' — Statutes of Illinois. An analytical 
digest of all general laws of tho 
State in force at the present time, 
official and standard. By act of 
Legislature, 1818-1872. Edited by 
Eugene L. Gross & Wm. L. Gross. 
Vol 2, acts of 1871-1872. Authenti- 
cated by official certificate 1872 

— Statutes of Illinois. An analytical 

digest of all general laws of the 
State in force at the present time. 
Official and standard. By act of 
the Legislature, 1818-1869. Gross, 
Eugene L., comp 



Revision of statutes of general laws 
of Ills., 1818-1873, with acts of 1873, 
Gross, Wm. L., comp 



Revision of 1874. Compilation of all 
the general laws of the State in 
force at the present time. Ofl&ciHl 
and standard. By act of the Legis- 
lature. Gross, Wm. L., compiler. 
2ded. Vol.3. Acts of 1873-1874 

Statutes of Illinois construed. Con- 
taining the statutes of 1874 as 
amended by acts of 1875-1877, by 
W. H. Underwood, with notes and 
references to all later decisions, 
prepared by K. A. Halbert, Esq. 
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of Ills., embracing all laws of a 
general nature in force July 1, 
1883, notes and references. Edited 
by Geo. W. Cothran, LLD. 4th 
rev. ed 1884 

— Revised Statutes of Illinois, com- 

prising revised statutes of 1874 
and all amendments thereto: gen- 
eral acts of 1875, 1877. 1879, 1881, 
1882 and 1883, being all the statutes 
of the Statein force Sept. 1, 1885. 
Edited and compiled by Harvey B . 
Hurd 

— Revision of 1885. Harvey B. Hurd. 

comp 

— Revised Statutes of 1887. Harvey 

B. Hurd, comp 

— Revised Statutes of Ills., 1889. Har- 

vey B. Hurd, comp 

— Revised Statutes of 1891. Compiled 

by Harvey B. Hurd 

— Revised Statutes of 1893. Harvey 

B. Hurd, editor 

— Revised Statutes of Ills., 1895. Har- 

vey B. Hurd, editor 

— Revision of 1897. Harvey B. Hurd 

Legislature. 

— Journals of the Senate and House 

of Representatives of the State of 
Illinois 1818-1899, except Senate 
Journal 2d Session of the First 
Gen. Assembly, 1819, and Journals 
(Senate and House) of the 3rd 
Gen. Assembly, 1823. 108 Vols 

Constitutional Conventions. 

— .Tournal of Constitutional Conven- 

tion of the State of Illinois 184T 

— State Register. June 12, 1847, Sept. 

3, 1847. Report proceedings of the 
Constitutional Convention of the 
State of Illinois, 1847. Lanphier & 
Walker, pubs. Springfield, Ills 

— Journal of Constitutional Conven- 

tion of the State of Illinois, 1862. 
Chas. H. Lanphier, printer, 
Springfield, Ills 1862 

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vention of the State of Illinois, 
1869-70. State Journal print. 
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Conventions— ConcZi«Ze(Z. 

— Debates and proceedings ot the 

Constitutional Convention of the 
State of Illinois, 1869-1870. Ely, 
Burnham & Bartlett, o facial 
stenographers. 2 v. 4°. .Spring- 
field 1870 

— Reports to the General Assembly 

of the Governor and State offi- 
cers, 1838-18SA ("Previous to 1838, 
published in House and Senate 
journals.) ft-lvols. 8° 

<JovEKNORS or Illinois— 
There have been twenty-one guberna- 
torial elections since the organiza- 
tion of the State (1818). One gov- 
ernor, Bissell, died while in office, 
and three have resigned to accept 
places in the Congress of the U. S. 
Reynolds as Representative, and 
Oelesby and Cullom as Senators. 

Four Lieutenant Governors, Ew- 
Ing, Wood, Beveridge and Hamil- 
ton have succeeded to the office of 
Governor. Oglesby was three times 
elected Governor, French twice, 
and Cullom twice, making seven- 
teen men elected to the office of 
Governor at the twenty-one guber- 
natorial elections, but the succes- 
sion of the four Lieut. Governors 
make the number of Governors the 
same as the number of the elec- 
tions. (1900.) 

— Edwards, Ninian, only Territorial 

Governor of Ills., U. S. Senator 
from Ills., and 3rd Governor of 
the State of Ills.; born Mont- 
gomery Co., Md., March 17, 1775, 
died Belleville, Ills., July 20, 1833 

— - Territorial Governor of Illinois, 

and Governor of the State of Illi- 
nois, 1826-1830 

— - Biennial messages to the General 

Assembly 

— - Address delivered by Ninian Ed- 

wards, Governor of the State of 
Illinois to both Houses of the 
Legislature, Dec. 7, 1830. Pam. 
8°. Vandalia 1830 

— - Letters patent issued to Ninian 

Edwards of Randolph Co., Ills., 
in consideration of the payment 
in full to the U. S. through the 
general land office for the right 
and title to certain described 
lands in Ills. Signed Geo. Gra- 
ham, Commissioner of the Gen- 
eral Land OfBce. dated Jan. 10, 
1824. Recorded vol. 4, page 133 



GOVERNOKS— CoM(inM«d. 

Also, letters patent to certain 
other described lands in Illinois, 
signed N. M. Garland, Recorder 
of the General Land Office, dated 
Nov. 1, 1839. Recorded, vol. 27, 
page 147 c 



Also Ninian Edwards, assignee of 
John Edgar, letters patent to cer- 
tain lands in Illinois, therein des- 
cribed. Signed Josiah Meigs, 
Commissioner of the General 
Land Office, dated March 18, 1819. 
(Recorded vol. 2, of donation pa- 
tents, page 187.) 



— Also titles to certain lands in Illi- 

nois, issued by the State Auditor 
of Public Accounts, James T. B. 
Stapp. Five pieces bearing dates 
of 1832,1833 1835. (Original papers.) .... 

— History of Illinois, 1778-18.33: and 

life and times of Ninian Edwards. ^ 

By his son, Ninian Wirt Edwards. 

8°. Springfield 1870 

— Edwards. Georgie Hortense. His- 

torical sketches of the Edwards 
and Todd Families Contains 
sketch of Gov. Edwards and his 
family. 8°. Springfield 1894 

— Edwards Papers ( The) ; being a col- 

lection of the letters, papers and 
manuscripts of Ninian Edwards. 
Edited by B. B. Washburne. 
(Chicago Historical Society's Col- 
lection, vol. 3.) 8°. Chicago 1884 

— Bond, Shadrach. first territorial 

delegate in Congress from Ills., 
and first Governor of the State of 
Ills.; bom in Frederick Co,, Md., 
1773: died Kaskaskia, April 13, 
1832 

— - 1818-1822. Biennial messages to 

General Assembly, published in 
House and Senate Journals. 
Sketch of life of, in various his- 
tories of the State 



Coles, Edward, 2d Governor of Ills; 
born Albemarle Co., Va., Dec. 15, 
1786; died in Philadelphia, July 7, 
1868 

- Biennial messages to General As- 
sembly, 1S22-1826 



Sketch of the life of Gov. Coles and 
of the slavery struggle of 1823-21. 
Prepared for the Chicago His- 
torical Society by E. B. Wash- 
burne. 12'-'. Chicago 1882 



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Governors — Continued. 

— Voyage aux Etats— Unis d'Am^ri- 

que. Wright, Fanny, Pages 338- 
341, vol. 2, an account of the free- 
ing of his slaves by Gov. Coles 

— For other sketches of the life of 

Gov. Coles, see the various his- 
tories of the State 

— Reynolds, John, 4th Governor of 

Ills.; born Montgomery Co., Pa., 
Feb. 26. 1789; died Belleville, 111,, 
May8,1865 

— Reynolds, John. 1830-1834. Bien- 

nial messages to the General As- 
sembly 

— Pioneer history of Illinois. By 

Gov. John Reynolds. N. A. 
Randall, pub. 12°. Belleville 1852 
Second edition, with notes and in- 
dex, published by the Fergus 
Printing Co, 8°. Chicago 1887 

— My own times. Reynolds, Oov. 

John. 12° 1855 

Reprint.of the above, by Fergus ---3 
Printing Co.. forthe Chicago His- 
torical Society. Notes and index. 

8°. Chicago 1879 

— John Reynolds, a student, a lawyer 

and a judge. Pages, 100-158. in 
Judge John M. Scott's "Supreme 
Court of Illinois."- 1818 

— Ewins, Wm. L. D., 5th Governor of 

Illinois, born in Kentucky, 1795, 
died in Illinois, March 15, 1846 

— - November 17, 1834, Dec. 2, 1834. 

Message to the General Assembly — 

— For sketches of life of Gen. Ewing, 

see histories of State, and of 
Black Hawk War 

— Duncan, Joseph, 6th Governor of 

Illinois, born, Paris, Ky., Feb. 22, 
1794, died-, Jacksonville, Ills., Jan. 
15,1844 

— - 1834-1838. Bi-ennial messages to 

General Assembly. Biographical 
sketch of Joseph Duncan. By his 
daughter, Julia Duncan Kirby. 
(Fergus Historical Series, No. 29) 
12°. Chicago 1888 

— Carlin, Thomas, 7th Governor of 

Ills., born. Fayette Co., Ky.. July 
18,1789, died, Carrollton,Ills.. Feb. 

14, 1852 

- 1838-1842. Bi-ennial messages to 
General Assembly. For sketches 
*of life of Gov. Carlin. see State 
histories 



GoVEKNOES— C«nJin«e(?. 

— Ford, Thomas, Sth Governor of Il- 

linois, born, Uniontown. Pa.. 1800, 
died, Peoria, Ills,, Nov. 3, 1850 

— - 1842-1846. Bi-ennial messages to 

General Assembly 

— - History of Ills, 1818-1847. 12°. 

Chicago 1854 

— - Sketch of life, pages 59-65, inc. in 

Jeriah Bonham's "Fifty years 
reoollections" 

— French, Augustus C. 9th Governor 

of Ills., born, Hill, N. H.. August 
2, 1808; died, Lebanon, Ills., Sept. 
4, 1864 

— French, Augustus C. 1846-1853. 

elected (first) under constitution 
of 1818, again elected under con- 
stitution of 1848. Bi-ennial mes- 
sages to General Assembly 

— - Sketch of life of, pages 66-75 inc. 

in Jeriah Bonham's "Fifty years 
recollections" 

— Mattesou, Joel A.. 10th Governor of 

Ills., born, Watertown, N. Y., 1808; 

died Chicago. Ills., Jan. 31, 1873 

See histories of Ills. 

— - 1853-1857. Bi-ennial messages to 

the General Assemby 

— - Sketch of life of, pages 76-81 inc., 

in Bonham's "Fifty years recol- 
lections" 

— Bissell, Wm. H., 11th Governor of 

Ills., (first Republican Governor), 
born, near Cooperstown, N. Y., 
April 25, 18U; died, Springfield, 
Ills., while Governor. March 18, 
1860 

— - 1857-1860. Biennial messages to 

General Assembly 

— - Sketch of life of. pages, 82-95 inc.. 

in Bonham's "Fifty years recol- 
lections" 

— Wood. John. 12th Governor of Ills., 

born, Moravia, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1798; 
died, Quincy, Ills., June 12, 1880 

— - March 1860; Jan., 1861. Message 

to General Assembly 

— - Sketch of life of, pages, 96-99 inc.. 

in "Bonharo's "Fifty years recol- 
lections" 

— Yates. Richard, 13th Governor of 

Illinois, born, Warsaw, Ky., Jan. 
18, 1815; died, St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 
37. 1873 



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OovEBNOEK— Continued. 

— - 1862-1865. Biennial messages to 

Q-eneral Assembly 

— - Sketch of life of, pages, 100-112 

inc., in Bonham's "Fifty years 
recollections" 

— Pilgrimage to the home of Gov. 
Yates. Published in Central Ills. 
Democrat. Jacksonville. May 13, 
1899. Prom sketch by C. M. Barnes 

— Oglesby, Richard J.. 14th Governor 

of Ills.; elected Governor three 
times, 1864, 1872 and 1884; born 
Oldham county, Ky.. July 25, 1824, 
died Elkhart, Logan county. Ills., 
April 24, 1899 

— - Jan. 13, 1865-1869; Jan. 21, 1873; 

1885-1889. Biennial messages to 
General Assembly 

— - Sketch of life of, pages 113 to 120, 

inc., in Bonham's "Fifty years' 
I'eeoUeotions." 

— Palmer, John McAuley, 15th Gover- 

nor of Ills. Born Eagle Creek, 
Scott Co., Ky., Sept 13, 1817; died 
Springfield, Ills. Sept. 25,1900... 

— - 1869-1873. Biennial and special 

messages to General Assembly. 

— Bench and Bar of Illinois, histor- 
ical and reminiscent, edited by 
Gov. John M. Palmer. Autobio- 
graphical sketch of Gov. Palmer, 
pages 439-441 

— - Sketch of life of, pages 121-133, 

inc., in Bonham's "Fifty years' 
recollections." 

— Beveridge, John L., 16th Governor 

of Illinois, born, Greenwich, 
Washington Co., N. r., July 6, 
1824; now resides (1900) near Los 
Angeles, Cal 

— - 1873-1877. Biennial messages to 

General Assembly 

— - Sketch of life of, pages 134-145, 

inc., in Bonham's "Fifty years' 
recollections." 

— Cullom, Shelby M.. 17th Governor 

of Ills., born Wayne Co., Ky., 
Nov. 22, 1829; present senior U. S. 
Senator from Ills.; resides at 
.Springfield, Ills. (1900.) 

— -1877-1881,1881-1883. Biennial mes- 

sages to General Assembly 

— - Sketch of life of, pages 146-151, 

inc., in Bonham's "Fifty years' 
recollections." .' 



QovEBNOES— Continued . 

— - Sketch of life of, pages 222-226, 

in Lincoln's campaign; or, the po- 
litical revolution of 1860. Oldroyd, 
Osborn H. Paper. 12°. Chicago.. 1896 

— Address at Gen. Grant memorial 
services, Springfield, Ills. Para. 

12°. Springfield 1885 

— - Address on life and character of 

Justin S. Morrill, delivered in U. 
S. Senate, Feb. 22. 1899; pages 44- 
49, inc., in "Addresses delivered 
in U..y. Senate and House of Rep- 
resentatives on life and character 
of Justin S. Morrill." U. S. Gov't 
publication. 4°. Washington 1899 

— - Message of the Governor of Ills. 

to 30th General Assembly, at the 
inauguration of State officers, 
Jan, 8, 1877. 8°. Springfield 1877 

— - The Hennepin canal. Remarks in 

U. S. Senate. Pam. 8°. Wash- 
ington 1886 

— - The tariff. Remarks in the Sen- 

ate of the U. S. Pam. 8°. Wash- 
ington 1890 

— Hamilton, John M., 18th Governor 

of Illinois, born. Union Co., Ohio, 
May 28. 1847; resides (1900) in Chi- 
cago 

— - 1883-1885. Biennial messages to 

General Assembly 

— Sketch of life of, pages 152-157, 
in Bonham's "Fifty years' rec- 
ollections." 

— - Pifer, Joseph W., 19th Governor 

of Ills., born. Stanton, Augusta 
Co., Va., Oct. 28, 1840; at present 
(1900) is U. S. inter-state com- 
merce commissioner, and resides 
at Bloomington, Ills 

— - 1889-1893. Biennial messages to 

General Assembly 

— Altgeld, John P., 20th Governor of 

Ills., born in Prussia, 1848. (1900) 
resides in Chicago 

— - 1893-1897. Biennial messages to 

General Assembly. Special mess- 
ages to General Assembly 

— - Reasons for pardoning Fielden, 

Neebe and Schwab. Pam. u. d 

— - Live questions, including our pe- 

nal machinery and its victims. 2* 
vols. N. Y. and Chicago 1890-1894 



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<^OVERNORS — Continued. 

— Addtess ou the Battlefield of 
Chickamauga, at dedication of the 
Illinois monuments, Sept., 1895. 
Pam 

— Tanner, John R , 21st Governor of 

Ills., born, Warwick Co., Ind., 
April 4, 1844. Present Governor 
of the State (1900) and resides at 
the Executive Mansion, Spring- 
field, Ills 

— - 1897-1899. Biennial messages to 

General Assembly 

— - Message to special session Gen- 

eral Assembly, 1897 

— Address at dedication Battleship 
"Illinois." at Newport News, Va., 
Oct., 4, 1898. Newspaper clippings 
in scrap-book, arranged by H. W. 
Beckwith 

— For sketches of the Governors of 

Illinois, see the various histories 
of the State; U. S. Biographical 
Dictionary, Illinois volumes, Chi- 
cago, 1876; and 1883; Encyclopedia 
of Biography of Illinois, 2 vols., 
Chicago, 1892; Bonham's Fifty 
years recollections; Reminiscen- 
ces of the eai'ly bench and bar of 
Ills., Gen. U. F. Linder. Chicago, 
1879; Bench and Bar of Ills., 
Historical and Reminiscent, edi- 
ted by Gen. John M. Palmer, Chi- 
cago, 1899; Supreme Court of Ills. 
1818, its judges and lawyers. John 
M. Scott. Bloomington, 1896. His- 
torical Encyclopedia of Illinois, 
edited by Bateman & Selby, Chi- 
cago, 1900; Lis t of State Officers, 
etc. of Illinois with appendix con- 
taining political statistics of State 
from organization to present, 
(Blue Book of Ills.. 1899). also the 
various Legislative hand-books 
and directories 

State Offioe«s— 

— Adjutant General of the State of 

Illinois. Reports of Adj. Gen. of 
Ills, to Governor and Commander 
in Chief, 1861-'62. Allen C. Fuller, 
Adj. Gen 

— Report of Adj. Gen. of Ills., 1861-1866 

inc. I. N. Haynie. Adj. Gen. 8 
vols. 8° Springfield 1867 

— Report of Adj. Gen. of Ills.. 1861- 

1866., Revised by J. W. Vance, 
Adj. Gen. 8 vols. 8°. Spring- 
field, 1886 



State OwmcEUS— Continued. 

— Reports Adj. Gen. State of Illinois. 

Bi-ennial 1873, '75-76, '77-78, '81-82, 
'85-6. '87-88, '91-2, '93-4, '95-6, '97-8. 
10 vols 

— Record of Illinois soldiers in Black 

Hawk Wur,lS31-1832; Mexican War 
1816-1848. containing a complete 
roster of ofdcers and enlisted men 
in both wars, taken from official 
rolls in War Department at Wash- 
ington; with an appendix— giving 
record of Illinois militia rangers 
and riflemen in protecting front- 
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— Military map of Illinois, prepared 

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— Laws and regulations for Ills. Nat. 

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— Bi-ennial reports Attorney Gen. of 

Ills.. 1874-1898 

AnniTOE OF Public Accounts— 

— Report Auditor of Pub, Accounts 

of Illinois, 1819-1898. (Annual until 
1869. smce 1869, bi-ennial). Pub- 
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reports to General Assembly, and 
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— Auditor's reports, (pamphlets) 

bi-ennial, 1861-2, 1865-66 inc., audi- 
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Nov. 30, 1869; biennial, 1871-72 to 



Bank statements and reports, be- 
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published separately. 1892-1897-1898 

Statement of Chicago State banks, 
June, 1893 



— Insurance reports (annual); fire, 

1872 to 1898,except 1888; life, 1873-80. 
82-92. 94-99. Published by Auditor 
Public Accounts previous to 1893. 

— Reports (annual) of the Building 

and Loan Associations of Illinois, 
1893-1899. Published, previous to 
1891. with reports of Auditor. 
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— - Ills, handbook of information for 

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Edward Rummel, Sec. of State, 
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— - Hand-book and legislative man- 

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— - State, judicial, congressional and 

legislative directory of Ills., 
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— - Official directory of the State of 

Illinois, compiled by Geo. H. Har- 
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— - Rulesof Senate and House of Rep- 

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Senate and House; list of mem- 
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General Assembly of the State of 
Illinois. Pam. 8°. Springfield.... 1883 

— List of members and officers of the 

House of Representatives of the 
40th General Assembly of the 
State of Illinois, rules, commit- 
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Compiled by John A. Reeve, clerk 
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— List of members and officers of the 

Senate of the 40th General As- 
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rules, committees: list State offi- 
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— List of members and oiiioers of the 

Senate of the 41st General As- 
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— Proceedings of the State Board 

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1873-1899 

— Common school decisions. 1865-1889. 

Pam 

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— Illinois school law, 1889.1895. Paras 

— Course of study of the common 

schools of Illinois, 1889. Para 

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1899. Memorial Day circulars: 
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— "It still waves." A souvenir for 

the school children of Illinois, to 
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Portraits of 27 of the women law- 
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Conkling, J. C. 

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— Ills. State Bar Association. Moses, 

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— Illinois College, Phi Alpha So- 

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1879. Contains biographical 
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— Scott, Son. John M. The Supreme 

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— Rumnjel's Illinois hand-booij and 

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J. M. & Ray, D. A. 8°. Spring- 
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— - Illinois legislative hand-book(30th 

Gen. Assembly.) Forms, rules 
and laws, with biogrraphical 
sketches of State officers, mem- 
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Jas. E. 12°. Springfield 1877 

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8°. Springfield 1881 

— Biographies of State officers, 
members Gen. Assembly, etc. 
Souvenir of the Ills. Legislature. 1883 

— Directory of the Ills, Legislature... 1895 

— Official directory of the 40th Gen. 

Assembly of Ills 1897 

— Official directory of the 30th-41st 

Gen. Assembly of Ills. (Ilia. Blue- 
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4 Vols. 8°, Springfield 1893-1899 

— List of State ofScers, Judges Su- 

preme, Appellate and Circuit 
Courts, members 56th Congress. 
41st Gen, Assembly, State boards 
and commissioners and county 
officers of Ills., with an appendix, 
containing political statistics of 
the State from its organization to 
the present time. Rose. James A. 
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1899. For individual biography. 
See biography and lUs. Governors .... 

— Education. 

— Education. (See institutions.) Ar- 

mour Institute of Technology. 
Pub. Year books, 1895 to 1899 inc 

— Blackburn University, Carlinville, 

111.; its history, deed of trust, 
charter and by-laws 1885 

— - Catalogue of 1892-3, 

— - Program of public exercises 1893 

— Bradley Polytechnic Institute; 

Peoria, 111?.: sketch of, 1897-98. 

— - Supplement to "Tech.," 1899 

— - Parson's Horolpgioal Institute of 

Bradley Polytechnic Institutejiis- 
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of students, etc. Pam. 8°. Peoria n. d. 

— Chicago Board of Education; an- 

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25th. 1878-79, inc., except 14th and 
23d. 1867-68 and 1876-77 



Education— Coniintfed. 

— Chicago Musical College. Annual 

catalogues 1887-88 

— Chicago Legal News Co. pub. Dedi- 

cation of the Myra Bradwell 
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— College of Physicians and Sur- 

geons, Chicago. Annual cata- 
logues. Pams 1893, '94, '95 

— Conkling, Clinton L., Pres. Board 

of Education; 34th annual report 
public schools, Springfield. Ills., 
for year ending Aug. 31, 1892. 8°. 
Springfield. Pam 1892 

— Cook Co. 111. Board of Education, 

Dist. No. 8, Twp. 89, R. 13. Manual 
of public schools, Cook Co., Ills. 
Berwyn, Clyde, La Vergne, West 
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1899. Pam. 8°. Chicago 1899 

— Douglas High School, Cairo, lUtf. 

Commencement themes. Class '94. 
12°. Cairo 1894 

— Eastern Ills. Normal School Trus- 

tees of. Reports of trustees 1898-9 

— Eureka College, Eureka, Ills. Cata- 

logues of. 1883-84 and 1895-96. Pam .... 

— Field Columbian Museum. Publi- 

cations of. See Field Columbian 
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— Feithans, J. C. Feitshans school of 

elocution and oratory, 6th annual 
catalogue. 8°. Springfield 1884 

— Illinois College, Jacksonville, Ills. 

Catalogues of officers and stu- 
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Pams 

— Alumni register, 1872. Pam. 8°. 
Jacksonville 1872 

— - Bradley, Pres. J. E. Inaugural 

address, 1893. Pam 

— - Jayne. Dr. Wm. Address at quar- 

ter century reunion of the Phi 
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Jacksonville, 111,, June 2, 1870. 
Pam. 8°. Springfield 1870 

— - Sturtevant, J. M. American col- 

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— Ills. Female College. Catalogues of 

'92, '93. '94, '95, Jacksonville, 111 

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Education— CowfJHtted. 

— - lodustrial School for Girls. Ev- 

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— - School law 1889-1895 

— School law, 1889-1899. Paper. 8°. 
Springfield 1899 

— - Society for Child-Study. Transac- 

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Chicago 

— - State Dept. of Public Instruction. 

pui. Course of study for common 
schools of Ills. 8°. Springfield.. 1889 

— - Laboratory of natural history. 

Bulletins. 1887-95. Vol.3 

. — - Museum of Natural History. Bul- 
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— - Normal University, Normal. An- 

nual catalogue, 1899. Pam. 12°.. 1899 

— - Southern Ills. NormalUniversity, 

Carbondale. Biennial reports, 
1874-1898, except 8th and 10th 

— - State Supt. Pub. Instruction. See 

Supt. Pub. Inst 

— - State Teachers' Association, pub. 

"Our Pilgrim Fathers." 12°. 
Galesburg, 111 1898 

— - State Teachers' Association, Pro- 

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1873-'94-'9u -. 

— Teacher. Periodical, 1855 to 1872. 

Bloomington (afterward) Peoria. 
1855-1872. ISvols 

— Wesleyan [Iniversity, Bloomington, 

111. Catalogues of, 1891- 1893 ino 

— Inglis, Samuel M., comp. Arbor 

Day, Ills. April 20, 1397. 8°. 
Springfield 1897 

— Lake Forest University. Cata- 

logues of. 1892-1865, inclusive. 
Pam 

— Lake Forest College. Announce- 

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for 1893-1894. Pams 

— Lincoln University Catalogue 1890-91 

— - History of; Lincoln. HI. Man- 

uscript. January 22, 1890. Jones 

— Monticello Ladies' Seminary, God- 

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EDvaATiom— Continued. 

— Mt. Morris College; report of .... 1890-91 

— Musselman, D. L. Catalogue of 

Gem City Business College, 
Quincy, 111. 12°, Quiney. Pam.n. d .... 

— Northwestern University. Cata- 

logue and announcements, 1872, 
1890-92. Pam 

— Northwestern University College 

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for 1891-92. Pam 

— Northwestern University ]>ental 

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Pam 1891-92 

— Northwestern Univ. Law School. 

Circular of information, 1891-92, 1898-99 

— Shurtleff College Upper Alton, 

Ills., report of, 1890-93, inclusive 

— - Address delivered before Alpha 

Zeta Society of Shurtleff College 
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— St. Agatha's School, Springfield. 

Annual register. 12°. Springfield 1896 

— St. Clair Pharmaceutical Associa- 

tion of Southern 111. Statutes of. 1873 

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reports of, 1883-'84, 1885-'86 

— University of Chicago. Bulletins 

of the University of Chicago, Jan- 
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— University of Chicago. Circulars 

regarding University extension 
course, season 1895-6. Winter 
quarter, 1896. Lecture, Study de- 
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— University Extension Division Bul- 

letins- 
No. 8. The wisdom and oratory of 
the Bible. By Richard G. Moul- 
ton. A. M. Chicago 1895 

No. 10. Poetry as a fine art. By S. 
H. Clark, instructor in elocution, 
. University of Chicago. Chicago 1894 

No. 20. The American Revolution. 
By William H, Mace, A. M. Lec- 
turer in history and political 
science. 

No'. 42. The Making of England. 
By James Westfall Thompson. 
Ph.D. Chicago 1895 

No. 47. Social life in the American 
colonies. Part 1. By Francis W. 
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EDnOATION— C0H(!«1(fd. 

No. 65. stories as a mode of think- 
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M. (Cantab.) Pii. D. (Penna.) 
University Extension Professor 
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— University of Illinois. Annual re- 

ports and catalogues of the Illi- 
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1885. Pams. (In 1885 became the 
University of Illinois.) Cata- 
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— - Agricultural Club of. pubs. The 

Agriculturalist. Vol.2 1898 

— - Agricultural experiment station; 

bulletins of, Noa. 6,9,10,18,19,24; 
aUo 6th annual report 1891-92 

— - Civil Engineers' club of. Selected 

papers No. 2, 1887-1888; No. 3, 1888- 
1889 

— - Collection of vievrs of the Univer- 

sity and surroundings, n. d 

— - Engineering societies of, pubs. 

The Technograph, No. 2., 1893-93 

— - The mini. Published weekly at 

the University of Illinois. Issue 
of Sept. 26, 1896, containing an 
article by S. A. Forbes, entitled, 
"The gui aun^e in Illinois. " 

— - Medical department of. Annual 

announcements of, 1872, 1890 & '91 .... 

— - Circular of information of Medi- 

cal dept. , 1894-95 and 1895-96 

— - Law department. Circular of in- 

formation. 1891-2 and 1898-99 

— - Schacht, P. Will, ed. The lUini. 

Weekly publication: issue of 
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Illinois— History Kelioious Denom- 
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— Baptist. Bailey, Gilbert S. History 

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RELisions Denominations— Continued. 

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— - The Fathers of the Springfield 

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Pams, , 1831-1832 

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— - The .Motto of .Jubilee College. Be- 

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Religious Denominations— ConHnitec!. 
Episcopal. 

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the State of Ills, to raise a fund 
for the support of a bishop, to aid 
superanuated ministers, and the 
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— - Annual addresses of the Bishop 

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6th annual, 1857. 

8th annual, 1859. 

10th annual, 1861, 

11th annual, 1863. 

12th annual, 1863. 
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1857, 1871, 1882. Pams..... 



Heligious Denominations— ConM«Me(J. 

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— The proposed cathedral in Illinois. 

Extracts from Episcopal papers. 
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The proposed cathedral in Illinois. 
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- DeKoven, Sev. James, B.D. A 
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the Diocese of Ills., in convention 
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Chicago 1875 

- Endowment Fund Committee of 
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1864, and Oct. 29, 1864. Pams 

Episcopate Fund, circulars relating 
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1861. Lists of the parishes of the 
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fund. Pams 



Journals of the annual conventions 
of the Protestant Episcopal 
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41,42,43, 1837-1882. Also special 
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Pam. 8° 

Jubilee College. See Jubilee Col- 
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Diocese of Quinoy— 

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of the Diocese of Quincy. Pams. 
1878,80,84,88,93 

DiooESE op Spkinqpield. Journals 
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periodical. See Taylor, Sev. P. 

W. ed 

— - The constitution and digest of the 

Canons of the Diocese of Spring- 
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— - Malignity exposed; or, a vindica- 

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— - Review of Jubilee College, Christ- 

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Eeiigious Denominations— (7o>i(8n»«(J. 

— - Memorandum of a missionary 

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1846, at the residence of Bishop 
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Co., Ills. Pam. 8°. Peoria 1846 

— - Motto (the) of Jubilee College, 

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- Register of Jubilee College, 1855. 
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- Totten, Dr. S. Dr. Totten's letter 
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St. Agatha's School. Annual Reg- 
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Pam 

St. Paul's Church, Springfield, HI, 
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Class of the Holy Innocents, 
from 1861 to 1882, inclusive. J. P. 
Cleveland, teacher. Manuscript, 
record book 

St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Spring- 
field, 111, Annual registers of the 
parish. Festivals, celebrations, 
etc. 2d annual parish directory, 
1871. Order of Easter services 
1875,1887,1895 



Seymour, Mt. Rev. Geo. F. Ad- 
dresses and sermons of the Bishop 
of the Diocese of Springfield. 
Pams 

Taylor, Bev. F. W., ed.. The Diocese 
of Springfield. Monthly periodi- 
cal devoted to interests of the 
church in this Diocese. Vol. 1-3, 
complete; Vol. 5, Jan. 1894 to Vol.' 
8.; No. 11, Nov,, 1897. (Incomplete) 

- The years that are past. A ser- 
mon preached in St. Paul's Pro- 
Cathedral, Springfield, 111.. Nov. 
26, 1896. 4°. Springfield, 1896. 
Paper 

Tomlins, Hev. W. H., ed. American 
Catholic. Monthly paper de- 
voted to interest of the Episcopal 
church. East St. Louis, 111, Vol. 
7, (Old aeries), 1894, to Vol. 10. 
1896. (Incomplete.) 



White, J. C. ed. The Parish Mes- 
senger. Rantoul, Ills. Devoted 
the interests of the Episcopal 
church. Vol. 1.1893. (Incomplete.) 



RELIGIOUS Denominations— ConW»«ed, 

— Wilson, James Grant, ed. The Chi- 
cago Record. A journal devoted 
to religion, literature and the fine 
arts. April 1, 1857, to March 15, 
1862, Bound, one Vol 



LUTHEKAN. 

— Lutheran Augustana Synod. Offi- 

cial records of the Scandinavian 
Evang. Lutheran Augustana 
Synod. 1860-1892 except 1885. Pams 

— Grace Evang. Lutheran church, 

Springfield. Order of exercises 
at the dedication of Grace Evang. 
Lutheran church, Springfield, 
111., March 19, 1893. Pam 

— Heilman, Eev. Lee M. Historic 

sketch of the Evang. Lutheran 
Synod of Northern 111. 12°. 
Phila. 1892. Pam 

— Methodist EpisoopaTj. Beggs.S.R. 

Pages from the early history of 
the West and Northwest, with 
special reference to Methodism, 
12°. Cincinnati 1868 

— Chamberlin, M. H. Address of the 

President of McKendree College 
delivered at the educational an- 
niversary of the Southern 111. M. 
E. Conference, Sept. 29, 1894. 12°. 
St. Louis 1894 

MoEMONiSM. See Mormons and Mor- 
monism. 

Pkesbyterian. 

— Presbyterian church, Dixon, 111. 

Manual of the Presbyterian 
church of Dixon, 111., for 1896, '97, 
'98, '99. Pams. 16°. Dixon 

— Logan, Rev. Thos. D. Year Book 

of First Pres. church, Springfield, 
111., year ending April 1, 1891. 8°. 
Springfield 1891 

— Presbytery of Chicago, xmh. Trial 

of Prof. David Swing before 
Presbytery, Chicago. 8°. Chicago 1871 

— Presbytery of Springfield. Record 

books of the Presbytery of Spring- 
field, 1829-1889. Embracing 9 Vols, 
of MS.S records. Center Pres- 
bytery of 111. Presbytery of III. 
Presbytery of Springfield. Pres- 
bytery of Sangamon. (These 
record books are the property of 
the presbytery of Springfield, and 
are deposited in the Illinois State 
Historical Library for safe keep- 
ing and convenient reference) 



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Religious Denominations — ton (jMijed. 

United Brethren in Christ. Central 
111. Conference United Brethren 
in Christ. Record book (original) 
of the Central 111. Con. church of 
of the United Brethren of Christ. 
1865-1881 

— Drury, Set: A. W. Life of Rev. 

Philip Wm. Otterbein, founder of 
the church of the United Breth- 
ren in Christ. 12°. Dayton. 1893 .... 

Religions— Barrows. Bev. John Henry 
ed. The World's Parliament of 
Religions, 2 Vols. 8°. Chi- 
cago 1893 

Religious Societies. 

— King's Daughters, Springfield, 111. 

pub. Constitution and by-laws of 
the King'b Daughters' Home for 
Women. 8°. Springfield, n. d 

— Missouri and Illinois, Tract Society 

Fourth annual report, presented 
March, 1831. Pam. 8°. St. Louis .... 
Illinois— IvsTiTUTiONS and Boards. 

— Agricultural. 

— Transactions of the Ills. State Agri- 

cultural Society, with the proceed- 
ings of county and kindred 
societies. Annual 1853-1899. 8°. 

Springfield 

Horticulture. See horticulture. 

— Crop reports. Statistical report of 

Ills. State Board of Agriculture. 
Summary of reports of corre- 
spondents as to area and condi- 
tion of crops, live stock, fruit, etc. 
1878-1900, except 1892, 1893, 1894 and 
1895,1899 

— Fair and Exposition. Premium 

lists, etc.. 1891, 1892, 1894, 1900. 
Pams 

— - Seymour, Bight Rev. Geo. F. Ora- 

tion at the laying of the corner- 
stone of the exposition building 
at Ills. State Pair grounds, Spring- 
field, Ills., .July 4, 1895. Manu- 
script 

— - Farmers' Institute. Annual re- 

ports, with reports of the county 
institutes. Vols. 1-4 1897-1899 

— Live Stock. Report of Ills. Stato 

Board of Live Stock Commission- 
ers and State Veterinarian, an- 
nual 1889-1899 

Arbitration- See Labor. 

Blind. 

— Brief history of the Illinois institu- 

tions for the education of the 
blind, from 1849 to 1893. 8°. Chi- 
cago loya 



Institutions.— C7oK?i)me(Z. 

— Illinois Industrial Home for the 

Blind, Chicago, annual reports of 
the board of trustees 1894-1896 

— Illinois State Institution for the 

Blind, Jacksonville, liieunial re- 
ports of board of trustees 1874-1898 

Charities. 

— Charities III. Bd. of biennial report 

1872 to 1898 inc. 

— Conference of charities and correc- 

tions—report of Bd. of Commis- 
sioners. Annual, 1896-97-98 

Boys. See Reformatory, 

Children. See Soldiers' Orphans' 
Home and Educational Institu- 
tions. 

— Dental examiners report, 1886-90-97 

and '99 

— Deaf and Dumb. Illinois institu- 

tion for the deaf and dumb, Jack- 
sonville, biennial reports of the 
the board of trustees, 28th and 

19th biennial reports 1896-1898 

Educational Institutions. See Il- 
linois Education. 

— Employment. Ills, free employ- 

ment-offices, See 111. State Bureau 
of Labor Statistics. 

— Eye and Ear. Report of the trustees 

of the Ills. Charitable Eye and 
Ear Infirmary, Chicago, ]9, 20 and 
21st biennial reports 1891-1898 

— Equalization. Ills. State Board of. 

Proceedings, 1867, 1874-1900 

— Factory Inspectors reports 1896 

1897, 1898 and 1S99 



— Feeble-minded. Experimental 

school for idiots and feeble-mind- 
ed children; 3rd and 4th annual re- 
ports of directors and supt., 1867- 
1868. Pam. 8°. Springfield 

— - Illinois Institution for the feeble- 

minded, Lincoln, biennial reports 
of the trustees. 14th, 16th and 17th 
biennial reports. 1892, 1896 and 
1898 

— Girls. Illinois Industrial School 

for Girls South Evanston, annual 
reports of trustees and managers, 
12th annual, 1889 aud 1895. Pams. 
See Reformatory. 

Health— Ills. 

— Ills. State board Health, annual re 

port of, 1878-1899. except 1887, -'88 
'97 '. 



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Institutions— (.'on?! HMcci. 

— - I'relimiiiary report to Ills. State 

Board of Health. Water supplies 
vt Ills., John H. Rauch, M. D., 
secretary 1888 

— I'reventahle Disease circulars — 

No. 1, small-pox 1882 

No. 2, diphtheria 1888 

No. 3. scarlet fever 1889 

No. 4. typhoid fever, n. d 

— - Report of the proceedings of the 

Ills. State Board of Health, quar- 
terly meetings, 1883, 1835, 1886 and 
1888; 1884. 1887 and 1890 incomplete .... 

— - lleport on medical education and 

Medical colleges in the United 
States and Canada. 1765-1885, 1886, 

1889 and 1891 

Horticulture, annual report trans- 
actions Ills. Horticultural Soc. 
1860 to 1896, except '82.90,91,94, 
and 95 

— Insane.— 

— Central Hospital for the insane, 

JaekBonville, biennial reports of 
the trustees, 1891-1898 

— Eastern Hospital for the Insane. 

Kankakee, biennial reports of 
trustees, 1878, (Ist biennial report) 
1896 and lb9S 

— Northern Hospital for the Insane, 

Elgin, biennial reports of trustees 
1896and 189S 

— Southern Hospital for the Insane 

Anna, biennial reports of trus- 
tees, 1892, lb96aud 1893 

— Western Huspi.al fur the Insane 

Watertown, first biennial report 

of trustees, 1898 

— Illinois Asylum for the Incurable 

Insane, feoria, 1893. First bien- 
nial report 

— Illinois Asylum for Insane crimi- 

nals. Chester, biennial reports of 

of trustees. 1894, 1896 and 1898 

— Report of Illinois Hospital for the 

Insane, 1847-1862. Includes memo- 
rial of Miss Dix, act of incorpora- 
tion, laws relating to hospitals, 
general rules, by-laws, etc 

— Labor.— 

— Illinois State Board of Arbitration. 

Annual repoi ts 1890-1900 

— Illinois State Bureau of Labor Sta- 

tistics, biennial reports, 1881-1898, 

8°. Sprinjrfleld 

— Coal reports, 1S32 to 1892, alternate 

years, publi.shed in reports of the 
bureau (j£ labor statistics 



Institutions— C'on^i'i tied. 

— Coal reports. 1898 and 1899. The re- 

port contains the first annual re- 
port of the Illinois Free Employ- 
ment offices, Aug. 2, to Oct. 1, 8899 .... 

— Mines report 1894 

— Illinois State Pood Commission. 

Laws of Illinois relatingto the of- 
fice and duties of the State Pood 
Commission, and the adulteration 
of butter, cheese, etc. Jones, Al- 
fred H., comP' Pam. 8°. Spring- 
field, 1899 



Libraries.— 

Illinois State Library, catalogues 
of 1880 and 1894; compiled by the 
Secretary of State and librarian 
ex-offlcio. 8°. Springfield 1880-1894 

Illinois State Historical Library, 
biennial reports of trustees and 
librarian, 1890-1898, inc 



— - Publication No. 1. Bibliography of 

the newspapers published in Ills., 
prior to 1860. Prepared by Ed- 
mund J. James. Ph. D., assisted 
by Milo J. Loveless. 8°. Spring- 
field 1899 

— Publication No. 2. Information re- 
lating to territorial laws of Ills., 
passed from 1809 to 1812. Edmund 
J., James, Ph. D., ed. 8°. Spring- 
field 1699 

— Newberry Library, Chicago, pro- 

ceedings and biennial reports of 
trustees, 1888-1898, inc. Pams 

For other libraries in the State, see 
name of city. 

Penitentiaries — 

— State Penitentiary, Joliet, biennial 

reports of commissioners, 1874- 
1898 

— Southern Illinois Penitentiary, 

Chester, biennial reports of com- 
missioners, 1894, 1896 and 1898 

Pharmacy. 

— Illinois Board of. Annual reports 

1882-1899 inc 

Reformatory. 

— Illinois State Reformatory, Pontiac, 

biennial leports of commission- 
ers and ofBcers, 1892-1898. P«ms. 
8°. Pontiac 



Illinois Home for Juvenile Female 
Offenders. Geneva. Biennial re- 
ports of trustees and officers . . .1892-' 



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Institctions, Miscellaneous— CoiUt««ed. 

— Soldiers' Home. Chicago. Report 

of condition of 1890 

— Soldiers' and Sailors' Home.Quinoy 

Biennial reports of trustees, 1894, 
1896 and 1898 

— Soldiers' Orphans' Home, Normal. 

Biennial reports of trustees. 1892, 
1896 and 1898 

— Soldiers' Widows' Home, Wilming- 

ton. First biennial report of trus- 
tees and ofilcers 1898 

— Swamp lands. Annual report on 

swamplands 1890, '92, '94, '96 

COMMEKOE AND InDUSTHY— 

For reports of various State Boards 
relative to capital and labor, see 
law and government institutions. 
See also railroads and canals. 

Railroads and Canals— 

— Ackerman, Wm. K. Early Illinois 

railroads. (Paper read before 
Chicago Hist. Soc, Feb. 20, 1883. 
Notes by Hon. John Wentworth. 
No. 23, Fergus Hist. Series. Paper. 
12°. Chicago 1884 

— Baltimore & Ohio R, R. President 

and directors of. Annual reports 
of president and directors Jo 
• stockholders. Paper 1897-99 

— Chicago and her railroads. Janu- 

ary, Anonymous 1854 

— Chicago & Northwestern R. R. An- 

nual reports of the board of di- 
rectors to the stockholders, 1873- 
1876 inc., and 1881. Paper 

— Chicago, Burlington & QuineyR.R. 

Annual reports of the board of 
directors to the stockholders, 1871 
tol899. Paper 

— Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific. 

Annual reports of board of direc- 
tors to stockholders, 1884, 1886 and 
1899. Paper 

— Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati & 

Indianapolis. Annual reports of 
the board of directors to the stock- 
holders, 1877-1889 inc. except 1881. 
Paper 

— Ills. Central R. R. Co. Directors of. 

Reports and accounts to stock- 
holders, 1871-89. Paper 

— Ills. Central R. R. Co. Report of 

Com. on Public Lands in House 
of Representatives, 24th Cong., 
1st session, 1836, in regard to land 
grant to I, C. R. R. Co. (U. S. 
Gov't Pubs.) Pam 



Railroads and Canai^s— Concluded. 

— Wabash & Western. Annual re- 

ports of board of directors to 
stockholders, 1887, 1888 and 1890. . . 

— General Assembly. Act to estab- 

lish and maintain a general sys- 
tem of internal imorovement, 
with supplementary acts. Passed 
Vandalia, Dec, 5, 1836. Pam 

— General Assembly. (Committee on 

Internal Improvement.) Report 
of the Committee on Internal Im- 
provement H. of Rep. 12°. Van- 
dalia. Pam 

— Railroad and Warehouse Commis- 

sioners of Ills. Annual reports, 
1872, '76, '78, '86, '89, '98. V. y. 
Springfield 



1837 



— K. R. Commissioners maps of 111. .1890-93 

Illinois— Organizations, Fraternal 
AND Social. 

— Masons. Grand Lodge Ancient 

Free and Accepted Masons of the 
State of Ills. Annual proceedings, 
1840-1850-1859-18110- 1861-1877-1892 

Grand Chapter Royal Arch Masons 

of State of Ills. Constitution, by- 
laws, etc., 1889. Proceedings an- 
nual convocations (22d to 60th) 
1871-1899, except 44th, 1893 

— - Royal and Select Masters of the 

State of Ills. Proceedings Gen- 
eral Assembly, 1883-1899, except 
1894 

— - Grand Commandery Knights 

Templar of State of Ills., History 
of. 1857-1881. Edited by a com- 
mittee appointed by Comman- 
dery. Proceedings of, 1861-1899, 
except 1894 

— - Masonic Veteran Association of 

Ills. Annual reports. 1st to 6th, 
1887-1891; and 13th annual report. 



Ills. Council of Deliberation of 
Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite 
Masons. 1887, 1896, 1897, 1900 

• Masonic Conference at Chicago, 
1893, Proceedings of. John C. 
Smith, ed. Pam 



Knights Templar of Ills. Memo- 
rial service at Mt. Vernon on the 
Potomac, Oct., 1889. Pam 

■ Gourgas Chapter of Rose Croix, 
Valley of Chicago, Orient of Ills. 
Celebration of the Feast of the 
Passover, April 11, 1895. Pam .... 



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Organizations, Fraternal and Social— 
Continued 

— - Grand Chapter of the Order of 
the Eastern Star of the State of 
Ills. Constitution, by-laws, etc., 
1880. Proceedings annual ses- 
sions. 5th annual session, 1879: 
annual sessions of 1881, 1882, 1885, 
1887,1889,1890. Pams 

Odd Fellows. Proceedings of the 
annual communication of the 
Sovereign Grand Lodge of the 
Independent Order of Odd Pel- 
lows, of Ilia, : 1887, 1888, 1889, 1891, 
1898. Pams 



— -Journal of proceed iners of the R. 

W. Grand Encampment of Ills. I. ^ 
O. O. F., 1832 to 1898, ino 

— - Organization and history of the 

Grand Encampment Independ- 
ent Order of Odd Fellows of the 
State of Ills., with biographical 
sketches of its officers. 1850 to 
1893. John Corson Smith, Grand 
Scribe. Oomp. Chicago 1893 

— - Organization and history Grand 

Patriarchs and other oficers. Pam 

— - Journal of the R. W. Grand F/U- 

campment of the State of Ills, of 
the Independent Order of Odd 
Fellows, 1850 to 1880. Revised by 
order of the Grand Encampment. 
8°. Chicago 5881 

— - Journal of the R. W. Grand Lodge 

of the State of Illinois, Independ- 
ent Order of Odd Fellows, at the 
annual communications held at 
Pel£in. Oct. 12, 1862-57: Alton, 1857. 
8° 

— - Proceedings of the I. O. O. F., 

9th annual session of the Rebekah 
Convention of Ills., held in the 
city of Springfield, Nov. 22 and 23, 
1893 and Olney, Ills 1893-1894 

— Reports of the president, vice- 
president, treasurer and secretary 
of Rebekdh Ass'n of Ills., for year 
beginning Nov. 22, 1894, and end- 
ing Nov. 28, 1895. Pam. n. d 

Kniohts of Pythias— 

— Esto Perpetua Knights of Pythias. 

Proceedings of the Grand Lodge 
of Ills. 16th, 17th and 18th annual 

conventions. 1885,1886 and.1887 

Ancient Order of United Workmen— 

— Proceedings of first annual ses- 

sion of the Grand Lodge of Ills. 
A. O. U. W. from 1875 to 1883, 
Pams. Hound in one vol. 8°, 
Rock Island 187(! 



OBaANizATioNS— Fraternal and Social— 
Continued. 

— - Same from 1884 to 1888. 8°. Terre 

Haute 1888 

Illinois Army and Navy Medical 
Association— 

— Report of 5th annual meeting, held 

at Decatur, 1894. Pam 

Illinois State Medical Society. 

— Transactions of the annual meet- 

ings of the Illinois State Medical 
Society held in Springfield, May 
19, 20, and 21, 1891; Vandalia, 1892 
and Chicago, 1893. 3 vols. 8°. 
Chicago 

Illinois Society of Engineers and 
Surveyors— 

— Report of first annual meeting held 

at Champaign, Ills., February 10, 
11 and 12, 1886. Pam. 8°. Cham- 
paign 1886 

— Report same 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890 

— - Selected papers of the Civil En- 

gineers' Club of the University of 
Ills.. 1887-8. Bulletin No. 2. No. 
3,1888-9. Pams 

Illinois Press Association— 

— Proceedings 28th annual session of 

the Illinois Press Association, 
held at Rookford, Ills., March 14, 
15 and 16, 1893. Pam. Jerseyville 1893 
Knights of Honor— 

— Order of theKnights of Honor; its 

• origin and objects; its system and 
plan of operation; its record and 
stability. Pam. 16°. a. d 

— - Organization and proceedings of 

the Grand Lodge of Ills. Knights 
of Honor, 1st session, 1877. Pam. 
8°. Peoria 1877 

— - Journal of proceedings of the 

Grand Lodge of Ills. Knights of 
Honor 1878 to 1890, except 1882. 
An.tol888. Pams, 8° 

— - Proceedings Grand Lodge of Ills. 

Knights of Honor 1886 to 1894. 
Henry P. Day, Grand Reporter. 

8°. Pams 

Society of Colonial Wars in Ill- 
inois- 

— Pub. The misuse of the national 

flag of the U. S. ot America. 8°. 
Pam. Chicago 1895 

Sons of The American Revolution- 

— Year Book of the Illinois Society 

Sons of the American Revolution, 
1895-6, 2vol3. 8°. Chicago 1895-96 



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Illinois— Wars. 
— War of 1812... 



— Elliott, Isaac H. Record of the ser- 

vices of Illinois soldiers in the 
Black Hawk War, 1831, '32, and the 
Mexican War, 1846, '48, etc., with 
an appendix giving a record of the 
services of the Illinois militia 
rangers and riflemen, in protect- 
ing the frontier from the ravages 
of the Indians, 1810-1813. 8°. 
Springfield 1882 

— Militia of Illinois. Rank roll of the 

officers of the 8th regiment, 1st 
brigade, Ist division of the Illin- 
ois militia, for 1829. Manuscript 

— Regimental roster of the 8th regi- 

ment of the l3t Brigade, 1st divis- 
ion of the Illinois militia, for 1829. 
Signed James Semple, Adjutant 
Manuscript 

Above two original papers presented 
to the Illinois State Historical Li- 
brary by Mrs. John S, Bradford, 
Springfield, 111., March 6, 1889. 

— Black Hawk War. 

— Orderly book and muster rolls of 

the the Illinois troops (officers 
and privates) during the Black 
Hawk War. Orderly book dated 
August,1832, Ottawa, 111. Pre- 
sented to the State of Illinois by 
Mrs. E. B. Anderson, widow of 
Gen. Robert Anderson, May, 1894. 

Original records. Manuscript 

See biography Black Hawk. 

— War WITH Mkxioo. Elliott, Isaac H. 

Illinois soldiers in Black Hawk 
War, 1831, '32, and Mexican War, 
1846, '48. 8°. Springfield 1882 

— - Hartly, John W., comj). Proceed- 

ings Illinois State Conventions 
Veterans of the Mexican War. 
1874 to 1880. inclusive, except 1876. 
Bound Pams 

— - Perrin, JETon. J. Nick. Address to 

the Mexican Veterans of Illinois, 
August 16, 1893. 8°. Belleville... 1893 

— Proceedings 19th annual re-union 
Illinois Assc. Mexican War Vet- 
erans. 8° Decatur 1891 

— - Reception and burial o£ remains 

of Col. John J. Hardin, Jackson- 
ville, 111., July 14, 1847. Pam 



W An— Continued. 

— - Mexican War Veterans, 111. Assq. 

of. Proceedings 6th annual re- 
union Chicago, Sept 11 and 12, 
1879. 8°. Chicago 1880 

— War of the Rebellion. Adair, 

John M. Sketch of the 4Bth Regt. 

111. Vols. Inf. 8°. Lanark 1869 

— - Adjutant General of Illinois. 

— - Puller, Allen C, Adj. Gen. Re- 

port of 1861. '62. 8°. Springfield. 1863 

— - Haynie. I. N , Adj. Gen. Report 

of, containin g reports for the years 
1861-1866. Also rosters of offi- 
cers and historical memoranda of 
regiments. 8 vols. 8°. Spring- 
field 1867 

- Vance, Jos. W., Adj. Gen. Re- 
port of, containing reports for 
18611866. Revision of Haynie's 
reports. 8 vols. 8°. Springfield. 1886 

Altgeld, John P. Address on the 
battlefield of Chickamauga, at 
dedication of the Illinois monu- 
ments, Sept. 16, 1895. Pam 

Ambrose D. Leib. History of the 
7th Reg't. Ills. Vols. Inf. 12°. 
Springfield 1868 

■ - Memorial address, May 1S87. Pam .... 

• Arnold, Isaac N. The history of 
Abraham Lincoln and the over- 
throw of slavery. 8°. Chicago... 1866 

■ Barnet, Jas. ed. Martyrs and he- 
roes of Ills. 8°. Chicago 186S 

- Bennett, L. G. & Haigh, Wm. M. 
History of 36th Reg't Ills. Vols, 
during Rebellion. 8°. Aurora, 
Ills 1876 

- Beveridge, John L.. Vaughan, 
David B., Greenhut, Jos. B. Com- 
missioners. Report of Ills. Mon- 
uments at Gettysburg. 8°. Spring- 



field. 



1892 



Boles, W. H. War and its lessons. 
8'='. Springfield 1890 

Browning, O. H. Oration on occa- 
casion of the celebration 87th an- 
niversary of National Indepen- 
dence. Quiucy, Ills., July 4. 1863. 
8°. Pam. Quincy ^863 

Barley, Augustus Harris. The 
Cairo expedition. (Chicago Hist. 
Soc. Pubs.) 8°. Chicago 1890 



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Wars. — Continued. 

— Burnham, J. H., oomp. Report 

proceedings 7th Reunion. 33rd 
Ills. Vet. Assc. Bioomington, Ills. 
Jan, 22, and 23, 1890, 8°. Pams. 
Bioomington 1890 

— Calkins. Wm. Wirt. History of the 

104th Reg't Ills. Vol. Inf. 1862-1865. 

8°. Chicago 1895 

— Clark, Chas, M., M. D. History 39th 

Reg't, Ills. Vol. Vet. Inf. (Yates 
Phalanx.) 8°. Chicago 1889 

— Eddy, T. M. The patriotism of Ills. 

2 Vols. 8°. Chicago 1865-1866 

— G. A. R. 

— - Illinois Dept. Adj. Gen. Report of 

the Asst. Adj. Gen. In memoriam. 
Roll of dead 1890 

— - Black, Gen. .John C. Address of 

the Dept. Commander at 33rd an- 
nual encampment, Danville, 111., 
May, 1899. Pam 

— - Hubert, C. P. Report of the 10th 

annual reunion of 50th 111. Re- 
union Assn. Camp Point, III., 1896- 
8°. Camp Point 1896 

— - Nevius' Post No. 1, Rockford, 111. 

History and roster of. 16°. Rook- 
ford 1894 

— Oldroyd, O. H. Roster Ohio Vet. 

Assc. of 111. 12°. Springfield.... 1891 

— - Proceedings of annual encamp- 

ment G. A. R. Dep't of Ills., 7th to 
11th. 1873-77 (in one pam.) 24th 
to 31st inc., 1880-1897 and 33rd 1899. 
Pams 

— - List of members of the 20th to 23rd 

annual encampment. 1886-89. 25th, 
1891 and 27th, 1892 

— - Poems. Dedicated to G. A. R., 

111. North Jfaj. Alfred A 

— - Rosters of the survirors of the 

10th Ills. Cav., Oct. 16th, 1894. 
Pam 

— - Stephenson Post, G. A. R. Pro- 

gram of memorial services of, 
Sprirrgfleld, Ills. Mar. 14th, 1899 
for comrades who died in 1898. 
Pam 



G. A. H.— Continued. 

— Woman's Relief Corps. A u x i 1- 

liary to G, A. R. Dept. of Ills. 
Proceedings of annual conven- 
tions, 1st to 13th, 1884 to 1897, ino 
pam 

— Gilmore, Jas. R. (Edmund Kirke 

pseud.) Personal recollections of 
Abraham Lincoln and the Civil 
War. 8°. Boston 1898 

— Goldsmith, John H.. comp. List of 

Ills, soldiers, giving name, com- 
pany, regiment and date of death 
of Ills, soldiers who died previous 
to March, 18 1865, in the rebel 
prison at Andersonville, Ga. MS . 
Presented to the Ills. State His- 
torical Library, June 10, 1890, by 
Geo. H, Souther, Springfield, Ills 

— Henshaw, Mrs. Sarah Edwards. 

Our branch and its tributaries. 
History of the work of the North- 
western Sanitary Commission. 8°. 
Chicago 1868 

— Herr, Geo. W. See 59th Regt. HI. 

Vol.Inf 

— Howard, R. L. See 124th Regt. Ills. 

Vols. Inf 

— Hubert, Chas P. See 50th Reg. III. 

Vol. Inf 

— Jacques, Col. James P. Address to 

73rd Reg. Ills. Vol. Inf., Spring- 
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first settlement at Jamestown in 
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-- with first settlers of the U. S. to the 
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Greenville. 12°. Piqua, 1894 

Indiana. 

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Indiana— (7o»iti»iM«d. 

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Vol. 1. Proceedings of the So- 
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Northwest Territory. Letter of 
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Joseph G. Marshall. By Prof. 
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Indiana Historical Sooikiy— Continued. 

Loughery's defeat and Pigeon 
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The rank of Charles Osborn as an 
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The Man in history. By John 
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Ouiatanon. By Oscar J. Craig. 
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"Old Settlers." By Robert, B. 
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Northern Indiana Hist. 'SiOO.—Gonlinue.d. 

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Manuscript (The) found; or. the man- 
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— des Jesuites, contenant ce qui s'est 

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— Christian Science Publishing Co. 

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