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Full text of "A dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time"

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Vol. XIX. — Schedel to Simms. 



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DICTIONARY 



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FROM ITS DISCOVERY TO THE PRESENT TIME. 



By JOSEPH SABIN. 



Volume XIX. 



" A painfull work it is I'll assure you, and more than difficult, wherein whai loyle hath been taken, 
as no man ihinketh so no n"an bclicveth, but he hath made the iriall." 

yint. a IVand, Prefact to tht Histor <,; Oxford 



SABIN, 21 & 23 ANN STREET. 
I 89 I. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1891, bj 

M. J. SABIN, 

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C. 



Edition, 5^5 Copies, 8vo, of which 25 are for Presentation, 
And no Copies on Large Paper, of which 10 are for Presentation. 



A Dictionary of Books 



RELATING TO AMERICA. 




CHEDEL (H.) Registrum|huius ope- | 
ris libri cro- | nicarum | cu figuris et yma- 
gi-|bus ab inicio mudi : | [Recto of 
second preliminary leaf:] Tabula operis 
hui9 de tern I poribus mundi. vt historiaR 
reruq^ ceteraru ac | vrbiu in se sparsim 
varieq3 Sscriptaa. Exoptati | singula 
facilia inuentu sint iuxta seriem Alpha- | 
beti nomia rerum sut ordinata. E directoq3 cu-|ius rei nominis 
nuerus apparens charta folio | rum indicat. | [Colophon on recto of 
folio CCLXVI :] Completo in famosissima Nur ember gen si vrbe Operi \ 
de hystorijs etatian mundi. ac descriptione vrbium. fe-\lix imponitur 
finis. Collectum breui tempore Auxilio docto | ris hartmdni Schedel. 
qua fieri potuit diligentia. Anno xpi | Millesimo quadringentesimo 
nonagesimotercio. die quarto | mensis Junij. | Deo igitur optimo. sint 
laudes infinite. | [Colophon on verso of large map at the end :] 
Abest nunc stiidiose lector finis libri Cronicarum per | viam epithomatts 
X breui arij cofnpilati opus qdem\preclarum. X a doctissimo quoq^ com- 
parandum. Continet | em gesta. quecilqi^ digniora sunt notatu ab initio 
mudi ad | banc vsq-^ teporis nostri calamitate?n. CastigatuqT^ a viris \ 
doctissimis vt magis elaboratum in lucem prodiret. Ad in | tuitu autem 
X preces prouidorii ciuiri Sebaldi Schreyer j X Sebastiani kamermaister 
hunc librum dominus Antho \ nius koberger Nuremberge impressit, Ad- 
hibitis tame vi \ ris mathematicis pingendiqi^ arte peritissimis. Michaele 
\wolgemut et wilhelmo Pleydenwurfifi. quarii solerti acu-\ratissimaq'^ 
animaduersione turn ciuitatum tum illustrium \ virorum figure inserte 
sunt. Consummatu autem duodeci- \ ma mensis Julij. Anno salutis nre. 
1493- 1 folio. L. 77523 

VOL. XIX. I 



SCHEDEL. 



Collation : 20 preliminary leaves, containing the title of the register, verso blank, 
and the alphabetical table of the vifork, in double columns; text of the chronicle, 
leaves i-ccLXvi, verso blank; " De Sarmacia regione Europe," etc., 5 unnumbered 
leaves, and one blank leaf; continuation of the chronicle, leaves cclxvii-ccxcix, with 
a double-page map of Central Europe filling the verso of this leaf and the recto of the 
next (unnumbered) leaf, which has the cok'phon on the verso. No signature marks. 

The Nuremberg Chronicle, as this work is generally called, contains upwards of 
2000 woodcuts designed and engraved by Michael Wolgemuth and Wilhelm Pleyden- 
wurft". Folios cclviiii, cclx and cclxi were purposely left blank on both sides, the 
reason for which is given in a passage on the verso of folio cclviii: "Cartas aliquas 
sine scriptura pro sexta etate deinceps relinquere conuenit. iudicio posterioR. q emcdare 
addere. atq3 gesta principum "y priuatorum succedentium perscribere possunt." A 
double-page map of the ancient world is on folios xii and xni. On the verso of folio 
ccxc is a brief account of the Portuguese voyage of discovery along the coast of Africa 
in 1483 [1484], "under the direction of Diego Cam and Martin Behaim of Nurem- 
berg, which has been used as a basis for the unwarranted theory that the expedition 
reached America. 

"In 1484 King John sent an expedition under Diego Cam, as Barros calls him, 
Cano according to others, to prosecute discoveries along the coast of Africa. In this 
expedition Behem sailed as cosmographer. They crossed the equinoctial line, discov- 
ered the coast of Congo, advanced to twenty-two degrees forty-five minutes of south 
latitude, and erected two columns, on which were engraved the arms of Portugal, in 
the mouth of the river Zagra, in Africa, which thence, for some time, took the name 
of the River of Columns. ... The assertion that Behem had discovered the western 
world previous to Columbus, in the course of the voyage with Cam, was founded on a 
misinterpretation of a passage interpolated in the chronicle of Hartmann Schedel, a 
contemporary writer. This passage mentions, that when the voyagers were in the 
Southern Ocean not far from the coast, and had passed the line, they came into another 
hemisphere, where, when they looked towards the east, their shadows fell towards the 
south, on their right hand; that here they discovered a new world, unknown until 
then, and which for many years had never been sought for except by the Genoese, and 
by them unsuccessfully. ... These lines are part of a passage which it is said is inter- 
polated by a different hand, in the original manuscript of the chronicle of Schedel. 
De Murr assures us that they are not to be found in the German translation of the 
book by George Alt, which was finished the 5th October, 1493. But even if they 
were, they relate merely to the discovery which Diego Cam made of the southern 
hemisphere, previously unknown, and of the coast of Africa beyond the equator, all 
which appeared like a new world, and as such was talked of at the time. ... This 
interpolated passage of Schedel was likewise inserted into the work De Europa sub 
Frederico in., of ./^neas Silvius, afterwards Pope Pius 11., who died in 1464, long 
before the voyage in question. The misinterpretation of the passage first gave rise to 
the incorrect assertion that Behem had discovered the New World prior to Columbus; 
as if it were possible such a circumstance could have happened without Behem's laying 
claim to the glory of the discovery, and without the world immediately resounding with 
so important an event. This error had been adopted by various authors without due 
examination; some of whom had likewise taken from Magellan the credit of having 
discovered the strait which goes by his name, and had given it to Behem." — Irving's 
Columbus, appendix xiii. See also Major's "Life of Prince Henry of Portugal," pp. 326, 
327, and Winsor's "Narrative and Critical History of America," 11. 34, 35. 

[Schedel.] Liber cronicarum | cum figuris et vma|ginihus 
ab inicio mu |di vsc|3 nuc temporis. I [Colophon:] ... hiprcssutn 
ac finituT^ \ in v'lgil'ia purificatidis Marie in i?n-^ | iali vrbe Augmta a 
lohanne Schen- \ sperger. Anno ab incarnatide domini\ M.cccc.xcvii. | 
Folio. A. 77524 



SCHEDEL. 



Collation : 35 preliminary leaves, containing the "Tabula operis hui9 de temporibus 
mundi;" text, leaves 1-192, 192-338. Also one blank leaf, and a double-page map 
of Central Europe. 

This edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, printed at Augsburg in 1497, contains the 
same text as the edition of 1493, but not the same woodcuts. The passage relating to 
Diego Cam and Martin Behaim is on the verso of folio 326. 

[ScHEDEL.] Register des | buchs der Cm- 1 niken vnd geschich- 
tens I mit figure und pildnus|sen von anbegin der welt | bis auf 
dise vnsere Zeit. | [Colophon on verso of folio CCLXII :] Ausz 
gbtUchem beystand endet sich alhie das biich von den geschichten der 
alter der werlt | vnd von beschreihung der berumbtisten vnd namhaf- 
tighten stett sagende durch Georgi [ um alt deszmals losungschreiber der 
kaherl'tche reichstatt Niirmberg ausz latein in teiitsch | gebracht vnd 
beschlos%e nach der gepurt Cristi yhesu vnszers hay lands. M.cccc.xciij. 
iar I a7n funften tag des monats Octobris. \ Altithrono sint perpetue 
landes. ag. alt. | [Colophon on verso of map at the end :] Hie ist 
entlich beschlossen das buch der Cronicken vnd gedechtnus wirdigern j 
geschichte v5 anbegyn d' werlt bis auf dise vns-zere zeit vo hochgelerte 
manne in | latein mit groszem fleisz vnd rechtfertigung versamelt. vnd 
durch Georgium al ] ten deszmals losungschreiber zu Niirmberg ausz 
deselben latein zu zeiten von | 7naynung zu maynung vnnd beyweylen 
{riit on vrsacb) auszzugs weise in diss \ teutsch gebracht. vnnd darnach 
durch den erbern vnnd achtpern Anthonien | koberger daselbst zu 
Niirmberg gedruckt. aus anregiig vnd begem der erbern \ vnd weysen 
Sebalden schreyers vnd Sebastian kamermaisters. burgern da \ selbst. 
vnd auch mit anhangung Michael wolgemutz vnnd Wilhehn pleyden \ 
ivurjffs maler daselbst auch fnitburger die diss werck mit figuren werck- 
lich ge\ziert haben. Volbracht am. yyiij. tag des monats Decembris 
Nach der gepurt \ Cristi vnszers hay lands M. cccc.yciij. iar. [1493.] 1 
Folio. 77525 

Collation : lo preliminary leaves, containing the title of the register and the table; 
text, leaves i-ccLXXXvi, followed on the verso of this leaf and on the recto of the next 
(unnumbered) leaf by a map of Central Europe, with the colophon on the verso. 
Numerous woodcuts in the text. 

The German translation of Schedel's chronicle contains the same woodcuts as the 
Latin original. The passage relating to the voyage of Diego Cam and Martin Behaim 
is on the verso of folio cclxxxv. 

[ScHEDEL.] Das buch der|Croniken vnnd ge-|schichten mit 
figu-|ren vnd pildnusz|sen von Anbeginn|der welt bis aufFjdise 
vnsere Zeyt. | [Colophon :] ([ Hie endet sich das buch der Cronick 
vn ge I schichten mit figure vn pildniszen vo anbegin | d^ welt bisz auf 
dise vnser zeit Gedruckt vn vclet \ in d' kayserlichen statt Augspurg 
durch Han- \ sen schonsperger Im jar nach Cristi geburt. \ M. cccc.ycvi. 
am l.yviij. tag des. herbstmonats. [1496.] | Folio. 11 S"^^ 



8 SCHEFFER. 

Collation: leaves CCCxxii [/. e. 327], irregularly numbered ; one blank leaf; Map 
of Germany, with descriptive text, on 2 leaves; Register in 11 leaves. Woodcuts. 

[ScHEDEL.] Das biich der|Croniken vnnd ge- | schichten mit 
figu- I ren vnd pildnusz | sen von Anbeginn | der welt bisz auff | disc 
vnsere Zeyt. | [Colophon :] ([ Hie endet s'lch das biich der Cronick 
vn I geschichtc mit figure vnd pildniszen vd atibegin | d' welt bisz auf 
disc vnser zeit. gedruckt vn volet | in d^ kayserlichen statt Augspurg 
durch Hansen] Schonsperger hn iar nach Cristi geburt vn\sers herrn. 
M.ccccc.\\ ^00 ?^\ Folio. 77527 

Collation: cccxvii numbered leaves; one blank leaf; Map of Germany, with 
descriptive text, on 2 leaves; Register in 11 leaves. Woodcuts. 

The passage relating to the expedition of Cam and Behaim is on the verso of folio 

CCCXVII. 

Schedule exhibiting the Condition of the Banks of Massachu- 
setts for every year from 1803 to 1837 inclusive. \Boston? 1838.] 
8vo, pp. 30. s. 77528 

Senate Document No. 38. Jan. 17, 1838. 

A Schedule of the Ancient Colored Inhabitants of Charles- 
town, Mass., on record prior to 1800. (Privately reprinted from 
the Charlestown Chronicle of January i, 1870.) [n. p. 1870.?] 
8vo, pp. 4. B. 77529 

"Ye Scheepe-Thiefe:" an Historical Ballad, in Eleven Bleats, 
by "Ye Greeshian Poette." 

"Baa! Baa! black sheep ; 
Have you got any wool ?" — Lamb. 

(Seventh Edition.) Concord : Ramsbottom^ Publisher^ \%^^. 24mo, 
pp. 30, (2), and covers. 7753^ 

A satirical poem on George Gilman Fogg of the " Independent Democrat," written 
by Mr. John C. Moore of the "New Hampshire Patriot." Among the so-called 
"Opinions of the Press" on the back cover, are the following: "The greatest poem 
since the days of John Milton." — Keene Daily Sentinel. " No library should be with- 
out a copy of this splendid production." — Coos Daily Democrat, etc. 

ScHEFFER (A.) Histoire des Etats-Unis de I'Amerique Sep- 
tentrionale. Par Arnold SchefFer. Paris: Raymond. 1825. 
i2mo, pp. 312. H., s. 77531 

ScHEFFER (J. G. de Hoop). Vriendschapsbetrekkingen tus- 
schen de Doopsgesinden hier te lande en die in Pennsylvanie. ... 
{^Amsterdam. 1869,] 8vo, pp. 26. 775"?^ 

This account of the friendly intercourse of the Dutch and American Baptists given 
by Prof, de Hoop Scheffer is entirely founded on authentic documents taken from the 
archives of the Mennonite Church at Amsterdam. 



SCHELIHA. g 

ScHEiBERT (J.) Der Biirgerkrieg in den Nordamerikanischen 
Staaten ... von J. Scheibert. Mit i Karte von Virginien und 3 
Planen. Berlin^ 1874- Ernst Siegfried Mittler und Sohn. 8vo, 
pp. (4), 182. Map and 3 Plates. b. 77533 

Scheibert. La Guerre civile aux £tats-Unis d'Amerique 
(guerre de la Secession) consideree au point de vue militaire pour 
les officiers de I'armee allemande, par J. Scheibert. Traduit par 
J. Bornecque. Paris. 1876. 8vo, pp. vi, 320. Map and 3 
Plates. 77534 

Scheibert. Sieben Monate in den Rebellen-Staaten wahrend 
des nordamerikanischen Krieges 1863 von Scheibert. Hierzu 
vier Gefechts- und Situationsplane. Stettin^ 1868. Verlag von 
Th. von der Nahmer. 8vo, pp. 126. 2 Maps. 77535 

Scheibert. Das Zusammenwirken der Armee und Marine. 
Eine Studie illustrirt durch den Kampf um den Mississippi 1861- 
63. Von J. Scheibert ... . Mit zahlreichen Karten und Planen. 
Rathenou). Verlag von Mar Babenzien. [n. d.] 8vo, pp. (6), 64, 
(4). 7 Maps and Charts. b. 77536 

Scheibler (C. F.) Geschichte derer von den Evangelischen 
in Frankreich unternommenen Seereisen und Colonieanstalten in 
Siidamerika. Entworf'en von Carl Friedrich Scheibler. Dessau 
und Leipzig. 1783. 8vo, pp. 144. H. TJSZl 

Scheibler. Reisen, Entdeckungen und Unternehmungen des 
Schifs-Capitain Johann Schmidt oder John Smith ; welche den 
wahren Ursprung derer Englischen Colonien in Nord-Amerika 
bevi^irkt haben, und ihn deutlich vor Augen stellen : Grosten- 
theils aus desselben eigenen Schriften beschrieben von Carl Fried- 
rich Scheibler ... . Berlin.^ hei Sigesmund Friedrich Hesse. 178 1. 
l2mo, pp. 232, (2). -{- l^lbid.'] 1782. l2mo, pp. 232. J.C.B. + 
l^Ibid.'] 1783. i2mo, pp. 232. J.C.B. 77538 

Schelechof (G.) Grigori Schelechof Ruszischen Kaufmanns 
Erste und Zweyte Reise von Ochotsk in Sibirien durch den ost- 
lichen Ocean nach den Kiisten von Amerika in den Jahren 1783, 
bis 1789. Aus dem Ruszischen iibersetzt von J. Z. Logan. 
St. Petersburg: Johann Zacherias Logan. 1793. 8vo, pp. 104. C 

ScHELiHA ( von). A Treatise on Coast-Defence: 

based on the experience gained by ... Engineers of the Army of 
the Confederate States, and compiled from Official Reports of 



10 SCHEME. 

Officers of the Navy of the United States. ... 1861-62. By 
Von Scheliha ... Lofidon : E. & F. N. Span. 1868. 8vo, pp. 
xviii, 326. 12 Plates. b., c. 77540 

ScHELLiNGER (W.) 't Volmaeclcte en toe-geruste Schip, 
bestaende in fraye gedichten, en aerdige liedekens ... voor alle 
liefhebbers der groote Zeevaert. ... Amsterdam^ M. de Groot. 
1680. Sm. 8vo, pp. 123. 77541 

A popular book of songs for the seamen, among which are several relating to the 
voyage to Terreneuf and Greenland for whale-fishing. 

ScHEM (A. J.) The American Ecclesiastical Almanac, for 
Ministers and Laymen for 1868. By Prof. Alexander J. Schem. 
... New York: Fredk. Gerhard^ Jgt. [1868.] 8vo, pp. 80. H. 

Schem. Schem's Statistics of the World, containing Area, 
Form of Government, Head of Government, Population, Ex- 
penses, Debt, Paper Money, Standing Army, Navy, Merchant 
Vessels, Imports, Exports, Chief Produce, Coins and their Value 
at the U. S. Mint, ... Capitals and Principal Cities of all Coun- 
tries, and side tables showing Statistics of Christianity, ... Relig- 
ious Statistics of the U. S., Postal Statistics of the World, the 
Telegraphs of the World, the Presidents of the U. S., Presiden- 
tial Elections from 1788 to 1872, General School Statistics of 
the U. S., School Statistics of Fifty Cities. Edited by Prof. 
Alexander J. Schem. Semi-Annual Publication. November, 
1873. ^^"^ Tork : G. J. Moulton. 1873. Folio, 8 leaves. + 
Third revised edition. Boston: Lee^ Shepard. 1875. Folio, 8 
leaves. 11S\Z 

Schem. Schem's Universal Statistical Table, containing Area, 
Form of Government, ... Capital and Principal Cities of all 
Countries, on the basis of Hubner's Statistical Tables. Edited 
by Prof. Alex. Schem. Ne.nj Tork: R. Brinckerhoff. 1873. 
Folio, folded sheet. 77544 

Scheme (By striking Twenty Thousand Pounds, Paper Money) 
to Encourage the Raising of Hemp, and the A'lanufacturing of 
Iron in the Province of New York ; with Some Observations, 
shewing the Necessity and Advantages thereof. [^New y'ork.~\ 
1737. Folio, pp. 6. 77545 

Title from Haven's list of ante-revolutionary publications. 

A Scheme for improving the Mines, the Mineral and the Bat- 
tery Works in New England. \London^ about 1710.''] 4to. 



SCHEME. II 

A Scheme for the General Good of the Nation. See Stratio- 
ticus. 

A I Scheme | For The | Revival | of | Christianity. | New- York : \ 
Printed and Sold by Hugh Gaine^ at the Printing | Office^ opposite the 
Old Slip Market^ 1753- 1 ^vo, pp. 24. N. 77547 

Title furnished by Mr. William Kelby. 

Scheme of a Convention betvs^een His Most Christian Majesty 
[of France] and the United States for regulating the Functions 
and Privileges of Consuls, etc. [n. p. 179-?] Folio. 77548 

Scheme of a Lottery, consisting of Three Classes. ... No- 
vember 3, 1769. \New York? 1769.] Folio, i page. p. 

For relief of the bondsmen of George Remer, a derelict sheriff of Somerset, in 
New Jersey. 

Scheme of a Lottery, for disposing of the following Houses, 
Plate, Furniture, &c. &c. \New York^ April^ 1772.] 4to, i page 

Scheme of a Lottery for disposing of the following Houses. 
\_New York^ Aprils 1772.] 4to, i page. p. 77551 

Scheme of a Lottery. For raising the Sum of Seven Hundred 

and Fifty Pounds, for the Benefit of the Presbyterian C h in 

Richmond County, on Staten Island. \_New York^ Aprils ijyi.^ 
4to, I page. p. 77552 

Scheme of a Lottery to raise $39,900. Neivark : Printed by 
John Woods. ijg4.. 4to, I leaf. 77553 

The Scheme of Christ-Church Lottery, ... New-York, No- 
vember 20. 1771. [New York: Printed by S. Inslee and A. Car., on 
Beekmans Slip. 1771.] Folio, I page. P. "J^SS^ 

A Scheme to drive the French out of all the Continent of 

America. Humbly offered to the Consideration of , 

Esq; \_London.'] 1754. l2mo. BM. 77555 

Signed at the end by T. C. 

A Scheme to Drive the French Out of All the Continent of 

America. Humbly offered to the Consideration of , 

Esq ; This pamphlet came in the last ship from London to a 
Gentleman in Boston ; and we hear it has been highly approved 
of, and is recommended as very useful at this Time to every 
Friend of Liberty. Boston., New England., Reprinted and sold by 
D. Fowle in Ann Street., near the Conduit. 1755. 8vo, pp. 20. B. 



tl SCHENCK. 

Signed at the end by T. C. "This well laid and well written Scheme was probably 
privately printed for the use of the Government and those interested. It was in a 
great measure adopted, especially that part relating to New York, Lake George, Cham- 
plain, and the employment of the Indians, but circumstances generally, and the French 
at Monongahela in particular knocked it all to pieces the next year." — Stevens. 

A Scheme to pay ofF the National Debt by a Repeal of the 
Marriage Act. London. 1767. 8vo. 77557 

The Schemer ; or, Universal Satirist. By that Great Philoso- 
pher Helter von Seeker. Illustrated with notes critical and 
explanatory, by some of the first personages of Europe. Lon- 
don, 1763. i2mo. BM. 77558 

By J. Ridley. From May 13, 1760, to December z8, 1762. Contains an account 
of the visit of the Cherokee Indians to London. 

ScHEMERiNG (Daniel). Nova Zemla, sive descriptio contracta 
navigationvm trium admirandarum, a Belgis, per mare hyperbo- 
reum in Chinam et Indiam Orientalem iter afFectantibus, annis 
supra sesquimillesimum nonagesimo quarto, quinto, sexto irrito 
conatu tentatarum. ... Flissingae^ S. Versterre. 1631. Sm. 4to, 
22 leaves. c. 77559 

This hexameter poem commemorates the voyages of Barentz, Linschoten, Heems- 
kirk, etc. 

ScHENCK (A. H.) Reply of Abraham H. Schenck in Vindi- 
cation of his Character against the Slanderous Charges made on 
the Floor of Congress by Churchill C. Cambreleng. New York. 
1828. 8vo. IIS^'^ 

Schenck (J. H.) Album of Long Branch : a Series of Pho- 
tographic Views, with Letter-Press Sketches, by J. H. Schenck, 
... New York: "John F. Trow. 1868. 8vo, pp. 161, including 38 
Photographs on 19 leaves. IIS^^ 

Schenck. A Complete Descriptive Guide of Long Branch. 
With Maps, Directory, etc. By J. H. Schenck. New York: 
Trow ^ Smith Co.^ Printers. 1868. i6mo, pp. 173. 775^2 

Schenck (N. H.) Abstract of an Address delivered before 
the Young Men's Christian Association, of Chicago. By the 
Rev. N. H. Schenck. June 20, 1859. ["• P- '^59-] ^^"^i PP* 
14- 77563 

Schenck. Christian Moderation ; the Word in Season, to the 
Church and the Country. A Sermon, ... May 19, 186 1. By 
Noah Hunt Schenck ... . Baltimore: Entz & Bash. 1861. 8vo, 
pp. 27. + Second Edition. \_Ibid.^ 1861. 8vo, pp. 27. B. 



SCHENCK. 



13 



ScHENCK. Correspondence of Congregation and Vestry with 
Rev. Noah Hunt Schenck, d.d. on occasion of his Resignation 
of Rectorship of Emmanuel Church, Baltimore. Published by 
the Vestry. Baltimore: William K. Boyle^ Printer. 1867. 8vo, 
PP- 12. BA. 77565 

Schenck. " Epochs of Transition." An Oration delivered 
before the American Whig and Cliosophic Societies of the Col- 
lege of New Jersey, Tuesday, June 26, 1866. By Noah Hunt 
Schenck, d.d. ... Philadelphia: McCalla tff Stavely, Printers. 

1867. 8vO, pp. 53. B. 77566 

Schenck. ... Farewell Address. By the Rev. Noah Hunt 
Schenck, d.d., Brooklyn, New York. Delivered at the close of 
the Valedictory Services in the Academy of Music, New York, 
Sunday Night, October 12, 1873. L^*"^ }"ork : Harper & Broth- 
ers. 1873. 8vo, pp. 707-713. 77567 

"From the Evangelical Conference, 1873. Harper & Brothers." 

Schenck. God's Gauge of National Health. A Thanks- 
giving Sermon, preached by Rev. Noah Hunt Schenck, d.d., 
Rector, St. Anns Church, Brooklyn. November 26th, 1868. ... 
Brooklyn: Daily Union Steam ... Presses. 1868. 8vo, pp. 21. 

Schenck. The Grateful Sacrifice. A Thanksgiving Sermon 
preached in Baltimore, November 24, 1864. By Rev. Noah 
Hunt Schenck. Baltimore. 1864. 8vo, pp. 15. 77569 

Schenck. The Memory of Washington : An Oration, by 
the Rev. Noah Hunt Schenck, a.m. ... delivered in Baltimore 
on ... February 22nd, 1861. ... Baltimore: Entz & Bash. 1861. 
8vo, pp. 32. 77570 

Schenck. The Ornament of Great Price. A Sermon- 
Memoir of Mrs. Harriet Cutler, given to The Congregation of 
St. Ann's Church, Brooklyn, N. Y. ... June 8th, 1873, ^Y Noah 
Hunt Schenck ... . Brooklyn: J. T. Bolles. 1873. 8vo, pp. 20. 

Schenck. Pastoral Fidelity; or Walking in the Light. A 
Sermon commemorative of the Life and Labor of the Rev. 
Charles Ridgely Howard, late Rector of Memorial Church, Bal- 
timore. Preached in Emmanuel Church, ... March 16, 1862, 
by N. H. Schenck, Rector. With Appendix containing ... a 
brief memoir by the Rev. James May, d.d. ... Baltimore: 
Printed by IV. M. Innes. 1862. 8vo, pp. 35. 775/2 



14 SCHENCK. 

ScHENCK. The Perfect House ; A Sermon preached on the 
Opening of the Memorial Church, June I2th, 1864. By Rev. 
Noah Hunt Schenck .... Baltimore. 1864. 8vo, pp. 36. 

ScHENCK. "The Preaching of Jesus." A Sermon preached 
at the Consecration of Trinity Church, Chicago, III., on Sunday, 
April 24, 1864. By Rev. Noah Hunt Schenck ... . Chicago: 
Tribune Boook and Job Office Print. 1864. 8vo, pp. 34. B. 

Schenck. Songs in the Night. A Thanksgiving Sermon, 
preached in Emmanuel Church, Baltimore, Nov. 26, 1863. By 
Rev. N. H. Schenck, Rector. Baltimore : Entz tff Bash. 1863. 
8vo, pp. 16. 77575 

Schenck. A Steadfast People the Pastor's Joy and Crown. 
A Valedictory Sermon, preached in Trinity Church, Chicago, on 
Christmas Night, Sunday, Dec. 25th, 1859, ^7 ^^^ Rev. Noah 
Hunt Schenck, a.m. Rector. Chicago: Scott and Company.^ Print- 
ers. 1859. 8vo, pp. 25. TlSl^ 

Schenck (P. H.) Frauds on the Revenue : addressed to the 
People of the United States, and to their Representatives in Con- 
gress. By Peter H. Schenck. ... New York: Printed by John 
M. Danforth. 1830. 8vo, pp. 13. B. ']']S11 

Schenck (R. C.) Internal Tax. Speech of Hon. Robert 
C. Schenck, of Ohio, In the House of Representatives, June i, 
1868. [n. p. 1868.] 8vo, pp. 32. 77578 

Schenck. No Compromise with Treason. Remarks of Mr. 
Schenck of Ohio in Reply to Mr. Fernando Wood of New 
York in the debate on the resolution to expel Mr. Long. De- 
livered in the House of Representatives, April 11, 1864. '[Wash- 
ington: Printed by L. Powers. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 15. B., ba. 

Schenck. Public Credit — Gold Contracts. Speech of Hon. 
Robert C. Schenck, of Ohio, delivered in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, February 22, 1869. Washington : F. & J. Rives ^ 
Geo. A. Bailey .^ Reporters and Printers. 1869. 8vo, pp. 8. 

Schenck. Speech of Mr. Schenck, of Ohio, on the Bill to 
refund General Jackson's Fine, in the House of Representatives, 
January 8th, 1844. [Washington? 1844.] 8vo, pp. 15. B. 

Schenck. Speech of Mr. Schenck, of Ohio, on Internal Im- 
provements. Delivered in the House of Representatives, Dec. 
15, 1847. [Washington. 1847?] 8vo, pp. 7. B., s. 77582 



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ScHENCK. Speech of Mr. Schenck, of Ohio, in Reply to Mr. 
Giddings in the House of Representatives, Dec. 27, 1849, •" 
debate on a Resolution to appoint the Standing Committees. 
Washington: Printed hy Gideon l^ Co. 1850. 8vo, pp. 16. B., M. 

Schenck. The Tariff. Speech of Hon. Robert C. Schenck, 
of Ohio, delivered in the House of Representatives, March 31, 
1870. Washington : F. & J. Rives & Geo. A. Bailey., Reporters 
and Printers. 1870. 8vo, pp. 16. 77584 

Also: Life of Major General Robert C. Schenck. [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 16. — 
Robert C. Schenck, U.S.A., Major General of Volunteers. ... [A biography.] Pub- 
Ihhed by order of Union Centra! Committee, T^d Congressional District, Ohio. [n. p. 186—?] 
8vo, pp. 32. B. 

Schenck (W.) An attempt to deleniate the Character | and 
reward of the faithful servants of | Christ, in | a | Sermon, | preached 
at the Funeral of | The Rev. Noah Wetmore, a.m. | late Minister 
at Brookhaven, | Long-Island, | March lO, 1796. | By William 
Schenck, a.b. & m.v.d. | at Huntington, Long-Island. | ... \Sag- 
Harbor : | Printed by David Frothingham. | [l 796.] 8vo, pp. 27. 

Schenck (W. E.) A Discourse on Church Extension in 
Cities, preached ... in the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadel- 
phia ... April 6, 1853. By the Rev. William Edward Schenck, 
... Philadelphia : For the Committee. 1853. 8vo, pp. 32. B. 

Schenck. The Faith of Christ's Ministers an Example for 
his People. A Discourse commemorative of Benjamin Holt 
Rice, D.D. Preached in ... Princeton, New Jersey, ... July 20, 
1856 ... . By the Rev. William Edward Schenck .... Philadel- 
phia : William S.l^ Alfred Martien. 1856. 8vo, pp. 32. 

Schenck. An Historical Account of , the First Presbyterian 
Church of Princeton, N. J.: A Sermon, preached on Thanks- 
giving Day, December 12, 1850. By Rev. William Edward 
Schenck. Princeton., N. "J.: Printed by John T. Robinson. 1 850. 
8vo, pp. iv, 78. n., s. 77588 

Schenectady, N. T. An Act to Incorporate various Socie- 
ties in Schenectady ... New York. 1805. i2mo, pp. 12. n. 

First Annual Report of the Board of Education of the 
City of Schenectady. Presented April 23, 1856. [n. p.] Keyser., 
Printer. 1856. 8vo, pp. 60. h. 77590 

Charter and Ordinances of the City of Schenectady. Schenec- 
tady. 1869. 8vo. 77591 



l6 SCHENECTADY. 

Extracts from the Doop-Boek, or Baptismal Register of the 
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Schenectady, N. Y. 
Albany: J. Munsell. 1864. 8vo, pp. 14. 77592 

Manual and Directory of the First Reformed (Dutch) 
Church, organized a. d. 1680. Schenectady, N. Y., February, 
1878. Schenectady^ N. T. : The Union Book and Job Printing 
Office. 1878. i6mo, pp. 56. 77593 

Also: 1680. Nisi Dominus Frustra. Two Hundredth Anniversary of the First 
Reformed Protestant ... Dutch Church, of Schenectady, N. Y., June 20th and 21st. 
Eendracht maakt macht. 1880. \_Schenectady . 1880.] 8vo, pp. 264.. 

Journal of the Common Council of the City of Schenectady, 
April, 1868, to April, 1869. Schenectady. 1869. 8vo. 77594 

Law of the State of New York, relating to the City of Sche- 
nectady, and the Laws and Ordinances of the Common Council. 
Schenectady. 18 1 7. 8vo. s. 77595 

Regulations of the Common Council for the Citizens watch- 
ing in Rotation, in 1803. [n. p. ? 1803.] 8vo. 77596 

A Remonstrance adopted by the Inhabitants of the City of 
Schenectada, at a Meeting held on the 25th of February, 1836, 
against the change of the route of the Erie Canal, proposed by 
the Common Council of the City of Albany : with the Proceed- 
ings of the Meeting. Schenectada : Printed at the Rejlector Office. 
1836. 8vo, pp. 16. B. 77597 

Corrected title of No. 22753, ^°1- ^'• 

A Report [of a Committee of Citizens of Schenectady] on the 
Present Alarming State of our National Affairs, [n. p. n. d.] 
8vo, pp. 15. B. 77598 

Schenectady Directory and City Register for the years 1841— 
42. Schenectady. 1841. i2mo, pp. 46. s. JJ $99 

Schenectady Directory ... for 1857, by W. H. Boyd. Schenectady. 1856. lamo, 
pp. 148. 

Schenectady City and County Directory; with a Business Directory and Gazetteer of 
Schenectady County. 1864-5. Compiled by Andrew Boyd. Schenectady: Toung & 
Graham. [1864.] I2mo, pp. 17-171. c. 

The Schenectady Directory for 1865. Compiled by H. Y. Bradt. Schenectady: 
Star Office. [1865.] 8vo, pp. 92, 16. 

Schenectady City Directory for 1866. With a Business Directory, a County Direct- 
ory, etc. Schenectady : Bradt & Hart. [1866.] 8vo, pp. 98, 16. 

Schenectady City Directory for 1867—8. With Business Directory, County Direct- 
ory, etc. Schenectady: Bradt & Truax. [1867.] 8vo, pp. 118,40. 



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Schenectady Directory for 1868-9. With Business Directory of Amsterdam, and 
Schenectady County Directory. J. B. Fitzgerald, Compiler. Albany: Van Bentbuysen 
& Sons, Printers. [1868.] 8vo, pp. 144, 37. 

Catalogue of the 7'eachers and Pupils of the Schenectady 
Institute, Schenectady, N. Y. For the Term commencing 
Nov. 1847, ^^^ ending March, 1848. Instituted, February 21, 
1847. Schenectady : Riggs., Printer. 1847. ^^°? PP- ^- ^• 

Constitution of the Social Society ... Schenectady. 1800. 
i6mo. 77601 

Annual Report of the President of the Young Men's Asso- 
ciation for Mutual Improvement in the City of Schenectada, 
Presented May 13, 1 840. Schenectada : E. H. Kincaid^ Printer. 
1840. 8vo, pp. 18. M. 77602 

Prepared by John B. Clute. See also Union College. 

Award of the Commissioners ... Schenectady and Troy, 
Utica and Schenectady, Albany and Schenectady Railroad Com- 
panies. Troy., N. T. 1847. ^^o- ^- 77^°3 

A Communication to the Legislature, in Reply to a Statement 
of the Schenectady and Troy Railroad Company. Albany. 
1846. 8vo. 77604 

Proceedings of the Schenectady County Bible Society; 
with an Address, and the Constitution of the Society. Schenec- 
tady. 1823. 8vo. 77605 

Scherdiger (Abel). See Benzoni (G.), Vol. 11., No. 4799. 

Scherer (Henricus). Tabellae Geographical, hoc est regio- 
num, provinciarum locorumque memorabilium succincta dispo- 
sitio. ... Monachii., M. Ranchin. 1703. 8 vols., 4to. Maps and 
Copperplates. 77606 

The second volume contains : " Geographia hierarchica, sive status ecclesiastic! 
romano-catholici per orbem universum distributi, Asia, Africa, America borealis et 
australis " The third volume: "Atlas Marianus, sive praecipuae totius orbis imagines 
et statuae Dei genetricis Matris beneficiis ac prodigiis inclytae." There was another 
edition published in 1737, in 7 vols., 4to. 

Scherer (H.) Histoire du commerce de toutes les nations, 
depuis les temps anciens jusqu'a nos jours. Traduit de I'allemand 
par MM. Henri Richelot et Charles Vogel, avec des notes par 
les traducteurs et une preface par M. Henri Richelot ... Paris: 
Capelle. 1857. 2 vols., 8vo. 77607 



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ScHERER (J. B.) Recherches] Historiques|et Geographiques | 
sur|le Nouveau-Monde. I Par Jean-Benoit Scherer, Pensionnaire 
du Roi ; I ... I y/ Paris^ \ Chez Brunei^ Libraire^ rue des Ecrivains. \ 
M.DCC.LXXvii, I 8vo, pp. xii, (4), 352. Map and 8 Plates, a. 

A portion of the work relates to the languages of America. 

ScHERMERHORN (J. F.) and MiLLS fS. J.) A Correct View 
of that Part of the United States which lies West of the Alle- 
gany Mountains, with regard to Religion and Morals, By John 
F. Schermerhorn and Samuel J. Mills. Hartford: Peter B. Glea- 
son iff Co.^ Printers. 1 8 14. 8vo, pp. 52. H., M. 77609 

Schermerhorn. Report to the Society for Propagating the 
Gospel among the Indians and others in North America. Report 
respecting the Indians, inhabiting the Western Parts of the 
United States. Communicated by Mr. John F. Schermerhorn 
to the Secretary of the Society for Propagating the Gospel among 
the Indians and Others in North America. [^Boston. 18 14.] 
8vo, pp. 48. B., H. 77610 

From the "Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society," second series, vol. 
II., pp. 1-48. 

Schermerhorn. A Sermon ... before the Schoharie Bible 
Society, ... in 1817. By John F. Schermerhorn. Albany. 1817. 
8vo. 7761 1 

Schermerhorn (J. W.) Essay before the Literary Societies 
of the State Normal School, January 31, 1852. By J. W. 
Schermerhorn. Albany. 1852. 8vo, pp. 9. 77612 

Scherpf (G. a.) Appeal to the Public ; or, a Story without 
Fiction. By George A. Scherpf. New York. 1851. 8vo. 

Scherr (Johannes). Das Trauerspiel in Mexiko ... Leipzig. 
1868. 8vo. 77614 

Scherzer (K.) Bericht an die Kaiserliche Akademie der 
Wissenschaften iiber eine wissenschaftliche Reise nach Amerika 
in den Jahren 1852 bis 1855, von Dr. Karl Scherzer. Wien. 
1856. 8vo, pp. 27. 77615 

Scherzer. Ein Besuch bei den Ruinen von Quirigua im 
Staate Guatemala in Central-Amerika. Von Dr. Karl Scherzer. 
(Aus dem Aprilhefte der Sitzungsberichte der philos.-histor. 
Classe der kais. Akademie der Wissenschaften [xvi. Bd., S. 228 
ff.] besonders abgedruckt.) \Wien. 1855.] 8vo, pp. 15. 



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ScHERZER. Die Indianer von Santa Catalina Istlavacan 
(Frauenfuss), von Karl Scherzer. Wien. 1856. 8vo. 77617 

ScHERZER. Mittheilungen iiber die handschriftlichen Werke 
des Padre Francisco Ximenez in der Universitats-Bibliothek zu 
Guatemala; von Dr. Karl Scherzer. Wien. 1856. 8vo. 

[Scherzer.] Reise der Oesterreichischen Fregatte Novara 
um die Erde, in den Jahren 1857, 1858, 1859, unter den Befeh- 
len des Commodore B. von Wiillerstorf-Urbair. [Beschreiben- 
der Theil.] ... Wien. Am der Kaiserlich-KonigUchen Hof- und 
Staatsdruckerei. 1 861 — 1862. In Commission bei Karl Gerold' s Sohn. 

3 vols., 8vo, pp. X, (2), 368, 37, and 2 Tables, each on 1 leaf, 
24 Maps and Plates ; vi, (2), 454, 20, and 4 folded Tables, 24 
Maps and Plates ; vi, (2), 436, (2), 3, and 2 folded leaves, pp. 8, 
and 2 folded leaves, I leaf, pp. 8, (i), with 29 Maps and Plates. 
Atlas in folio, Maps i-vii, and wbis. a. 77619 

With a prefatory note by B. von Wvillerstorf-Urbair. A popular edition of this 
narrative of tlie voyage was also published in 2 volumes, 8vo. For Dr. Scherzer's 
other contributions to the history of this voyage, see Wiillerstorf-Urbair (B. von). 

l^CHERZER. Narrative of the Circumnavigation of the Globe 
by the Austrian Frigate Novara, ... Undertaken by order of the 
Imperial Government, in the Years 1857, 1858, and 1859. ••• 
Bv i^r. Karl Scherzer ... . London: Saunders., Otley., and Co, 
1861-63. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. 1, 484, (2), I folded Map, 7 Charts; 
ix, 627 ; vi, 544. BA. 77620 

A translation of the preceding work. 

[Scherzer.] Viaggio intorno al Globo della Fregatta Aus- 
triaco Novara, negli anni 1857-59, sotto ... B. de WiillerstorfF- 
Urbair ... Vienna. 1862. 3 vols., 8vo. 77621 

Scherzer. Sprachen der Indianer Central-Amerika's. Wah- 
rend seinen mehrjahrigen Reisen in den verschiedenen Staaten 
Mittel Amerika's aufgezeichnet, von Dr. Karl Scherzer. ... 
\_Wien. 1855.] 8vo, pp. II. 77622 

Separately printed from the " Sitzungsberichte der Philosophisch-Historischen Klasse 
der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften," vol. xv., pp. 28-37. 

Scherzer. Statistisch-Commerzielle Ergebnisse einer Reise 
um die Erde, unternommen an Bord der osterreichischen Fregatte 
Novara in den Jahren 1857-1859, von Dr. Karl von Scherzer. 
... Leipzig und Wien: F. A. Brockhaus. 1867. 8vo, pp. xii, 797. 

4 Maps. B. 77623 

For the large edition of this work see under Wiillerstorf-Urbair (B. von). 



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ScHERZER. Wanderungen durch die mittel-amerilcanischen 
Freistaaten Nicaragua, Honduras und San Salvador. Mit Hin- 
blick auf deutsche Emigration und deutschen Handel, von Dr. 
Carl Scherzer. Mit zwei Karten. Braunschweig : Druck und 
Verlag von Georg Westertnann. 1857. ^vo, pp. xviii, 516. 2 
Maps. A. 77624 

Scherzer. Travels in the Free States of Central America, 
Nicaragua, Honduras, and San Salvador. By Dr. Carl Scherzer. 
... London: Longman^ Brown^ Green^ Longmans ^ Roberts. 1857. 

2 vols., post 8vO, pp. 320; 253. B., BA., C. 77625 

See alio Wagner (Moritz) and Scherzer (Karl). 

ScHETKY (George P.) Valedictory Sermon ... on Fifteenth 
Sunday after Trinity. By George P. Schetky. Philadelphia. 
i860. 8vo. 



77626 
van Suriname. See [Lans (W. 



Schets van een ontwerp 
H.)], Vol. X., No. 38934. 

Schetsen en Portretten. See [Irving (W.)], Vol. ix. 35201. 

ScHEURER (C. A.) Das jetzige Kalifornien. ... Bern. 1854. 
8vo. 77627 

ScHEViCHAVEN (S. R. J. V.) De Noord-Amerikaansche Staat 
Minnesota beschreven. ... Amsterdam. 1872. 8vo. Map. 

ScHiAFFiNATi (N. A.) Dccrcta Rfni Patris Mag. Regentis 
Fr. Nicolai Antonii Schiaffinati, totius Ordinis Generalis expedita 
pro Provincia Mexicana S. Nominis Jesu. Die 12 Martii, a.d. 
1739. [n. p.? 1739.J 4to. 77629 

Die Schicksale und Abenteuer der aus Sachsen nach Amerika 
ausgewanderten Stephanianer, Ihre Reise nach St. Louis, ihr 
Aufenthalt daselbst und der Zustand ihrer Colonic in Perry- 
County. Dresden. 1839. i2mo, pp. viii, 124. 77630 

ScHiEFFELiN (S. B.) The President and Congress. A Hint 
to the South. A Warning to the North. By Samuel B. Schief- 
felin. New-Tork: 'John A. Gray l^ Green.^ Printers. 1867. 8vo, 
pp. 16. BA. 77631 

ScHiEL (J.) Reise durch die Felsengebirge und die Hum- 
boldtgebirge nach dem Stillen Ocean. ... Schaffhausen. 1859. 
Sm. 8vo. 77632 



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SchifFbruch ... von John Byron. 
Vol. VII., No. 29590. 



See [Haken (J. C. L.)], 



Schiller [Friedrich]. The Ghost-Seer; or, Apparitionist : 
from the German of Schiller. New Tork : T. & J. Swords. 
1796. i2mo, pp. 120. 11^1?t 

"From the London edition of 1795 — ^^^ ^f^t English translation." — Trumbull. 
Introduced here on account of the imprint. 

ScHiLTBERGER (J.) Reisen des Johannes Schiltberger aus 
Miinchen, in Europa, Asia, und Afrilca, von 1394 bis 1427. 
Zum ersten Mai nach der gleichzeitigen Heidelberger Hand- 
schrift herausgegeben und erlautert von Karl Friedrich Neumann. 
Miinchen. 1859. 8vo. 77^34 

The introduction by Neumann contains an account of the Jesuit missions in Cali- 
fornia. 

ScHiNER (J. R.) See Wiillerstorf-Urbair (B. von). 

[ScHiRACH (G. B. von).] Historisch-statistische Notiz der 
Grossbrittannischen Colonien in America, mit politischen An- 
merkungen, die gegenwartigen Americanischen Unruhen betref- 
fend. Frankfurt und Leipzig. 1776. 8vo, pp. 96. + Hanover : 
Hahn. 1776. 8vo. 77^35 

ScHiRMBECK (A.) Messis | Paraqvariensis | A | Patrlbvs Socie- 
tatis| Jesv per sexennivm in | Paraqvaria collecta, | Annis videlicet] 
M.DC.xxxviii. xxxix. XL. j XLi. XLii. xLiii. [ Conscripta a | P. 
Adamo Schirmbeck | Societatis eivsdem | Sacerdote. | Permissu Supe- 
riorum. | Monachii.^ | Formis Lvcae Stravbii^ | Impensis loannis VVag- 
neri., Ciuis & Bibliop. \Jnno M. DC. XLIX. | Sm. i2mo, half-title, 
title, pp. (8), 366, Errata (1). A-Q^in twelves, including two 
blank leaves at the end. L. 77636 

Schism among the Quakers ; Shewing the treatment Wm. 
Dean received ... and his Expulsion ... . Poughkeepsie. 1823. 
8vo. 77637 

Schism the Offspring of Error, illustrated in Historical Sketches 
of the Warsaw Presbyterian Church, Genesee Co., N. Y. Buf- 
falo. 1841. 8vo, pp. 26. 77638 

ScHLAGER (E.) Die sociale und politische Stellung der Deut- 
schen in den Vereinigten Staaten. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte 
des Deutsch-Amerikanerthums der letzten 25 Jahre. ... Berlin: 
Puttkamer und MUhlbrecht. 1874. 8vo. 77^39 

VOL. XIX. 2 



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ScHLAGiNTWEiT (R. von). Californieii. I^anfl iiiul Leute. 
Von Robert von Schlagintweit. Mit Illustrationen. Coin una 
Leipzig. 1 87 1. l2mo, pp. 380. 11^\'^ 

Schlagintweit. Californie en zijne bevolking. ... Uit het 
Hoogduitsch door W. ten Entel Jr. D ev enter : A. ter Gunne. 
1873. 8vo. Plates. 77641 

Schlagintweit. Die Pacific-Eisenbahn in Nord- Amerika. 
Von Robert von Schlagintweit. Neiv York : L. W. Schmidt. 
1870. i2mo, pp. xiv, 203. Map and Table. c. 77642 

Schlatter (Charles L.) See Vol. xiv., No. 60608. 

Schlatter (M.) Getrouw Verhaaljvan den waren toestant ( 
der meest herderloze] Gemeentens|in Pensylvanien | En aangren- 
sende Provintien, | Voorgestelt en Opgedragen, | met nedrig ver- 
zoek om hulpe en bystand, |aan | De H. Eerw. Christelyke Syno- 
dens I van I Nederland, |en voorts|aan alle milddadige Christenen, | 
door I Michael Schlatter, | Predikant te Philadelphia. | Met ene 
aanpryzende I Voorrede] van de| Gecommitteerde des Classis | Van 
Amsteldam. | 'T'' Jmsteldam^ | By "Jacobus Loveringh^ \ Boekverkoper 
voor aan op den Nieuwendyk. 175 1. 1 4to, pp. xxii, 56. J.C.B., L. 

The author of this "account of the true situation of the most shepherdless congre- 
gations in Pennsylvania and adjacent provinces," was sent by the Synod of Holland to 
Pennsylvania, in order to visit the different congregations throughout the land. The 
volume contains extracts from the journal of his travels in New England, New Nether- 
land, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia, 1746-1751; and an account 
of the State of Pennsylvania and of the numerous Reformed congregations there and 
in the adjacent provinces, which he found mostly without ministers. Mr. Brinley's 
copy sold for $17. 

Schlechtendal ( ). Plantae Lechlerianae Chilenses et 

Peruvianae. ... [n. p. 1856-57.] 8vo, pp. 92. 77644 

Schlechtendal. De plantis variis Mexicanis. ... [n. p. 
1854.] 8vo. 77645 

Schlegel (J. F. W.) Neutral Rights: or, An Impartial 
Examination of the Right of Search of Neutral Vessels under 
Convoy. And of a Judgment pronounced by the English Court 
of Admiralty, the iith June, 1799, In the Case of the Swedish 
Convoy ; With some Additions and Corrections, by Mr. J. F. 
W. Schlegel. ... Translated from the French. Philadelphia. 
1801. 8vo, pp. 162. BA. 77646 

Schlegel. Sur la Visite des Vaisseaux Neutres sous Convoi ; 
ou examen impartial du jugement prononce par le tribunal de 



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I'amiraute Angloise, le 11 Juin, 1799, dans I'afFaire du convoi 
Suedois. ... Par J. F. W. Schlegel. Truduit du Danois, par 
Mr. De Juge. Copenhague. 1800. i2mo. ll^M 

Schlegel. Upon the Visitation of Neutral Vessels under 
Convoy; or, an Impartial Examination of a Judgment, ... in the 
Case of the Swedish Convoy. With some Additions and Cor- 
rections, by Mr. J. F. W. Schlegel. ... Translated from the 
Danish, ... by Mr. De Juge. ... London: Printed for "J. Debrett. 
1801. 8vo, pp. 187. BA., H. 77648 

The Danish original, entitled, according to Nyerup and Kraft : " Frimodig Provelse 
af den engelske Admiralitetsrets Dom, afsagt d. 12 Jul. 1799 ' '^^" bekjendte svenske 
Convojsag, tilligemed en forelobig Skildring af det europoeiske isoer Kapersystem," was 
published in the periodical magazine "Astrasa, et Tidsskrift," vol. in., part i, pp. I— 
156, and part 2, pp. 224-260, Copenhagen, 1 800. 

[ScHLEiDEN (R.) and KuLENKAMPFF (J. S.)] On the Com- 
mercial Intercourse betw^een the United States and Germany, 
[n. p. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 18. 77649 

ScHLEiDEN. Reise- Erinnerungen aus den Vereinigten Staaten 
von Amerika. Von Dr. R. Schleiden. New York: E. Steiger. 
1873. i2mo, pp. 107. 77^50 

ScHLESiER (G.) See Klencke (P. F. H.) and Schlesier (G.), 
Vol. IX., No. 38047. 

[ScHLEY (J.)] Our Position and Our True Policy. \_Augusta. 
1863.] 8vo, pp. II. BA. 77651 

Signed on page 11 : "John Schley — Augusta, February 2, 1863." 

Schley (W.) Digest of the English Statutes in force in the 
State of Georgia. By William Schley. Philadelphia. 1826. 
8vo. c.- 77652 

ScHLicHTHORST (C.) Rio de Janeiro w^ie es ist. Beitrage 
zur Tages- und Sitten-Geschichte der Hauptstadt von Brasilien. 
Mit Riicksicht auf die Lage des dortigen deutschen Militars. 
Von C. Schlichthorst. Hannover. 1829. 8vo. 77^53 

ScHLiEBEN (Wilhelm Ernst August von). Atlas von Ame- 
rika, in 30 Charten und einem erlauternden Texte. ... Leipzig: 
G. J. Goschen. 1830. Folio, pp. (4), 54, (2). 30 Maps. C 

ScHLOssER (F[riedrich] C[hristoph].) Geschichte des Acht- 
zehnten Jahrhunderts, und des Neunzehnten bis zum Sturz des 
franzosischen Kaiserreichs. ... Von F. C. Schlosser ... Heidel- 



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berg: J. C. B. Mohr. 1836-48. 7 vols., 8vo. 
48. 7 vols., 8vo. B. -f- [Ibid.] 1853-60. 



-f ll/ud.'] 1843- 
vols., 8v 



BA. 



ScHLOSSER. History of the Eighteenth Century, and of the 
Nineteenth till the Overthrow of the French Empire ; with par- 
ticular Reference to Mental Cultivation and Progress. By F. C. 
Schlosser. ... Translated, with a Preface and Notes, by D. Davi- 
son, M.A. London: Chaptnan and Hall. 1843-52. 8 vols., 8vo. 
-|- [Ibid.] 1850-52. 8 vols., 8vo. 77656 

Schlosser. Histoire des Revolutions Politiques et Litteraires 
de I'Europe au 18^ Siecle. Par F. C. Schlosser. Traduit de 
TAlIemand par W. Suckau. ... Paris. 1825. 2 vols., 8vo. 

ScHLozER (A. L.) August Ludwig Schlozers Briefwechsel 
meist historischen und politischen Inhalts. ... Gottingen^im Ver- 
lage der Vandenhockschen Buchhandlung. 1777— 1 78 1. lO vols., 

8vO. BA. 77658 

Relates partly to America. 

ScHLozER. Neue Erdbeschreibung von ganz Amerika. Von 
August Ludwig Schlozer. Aus deni Englischen. Gbttingen und 
Leipzig^ in der Weygandscheti Buchhandlung. 1777. 2 vols., l2mo. 
Maps and Plates, c. + Bern. 1777. 4 vols., i2mo. j.c.B. 

Ein Schmackhaftes Gericht fiir Loyale Manner. Philadelphia. 
1863. 8vo, pp. 16. 77660 

ScHMAUS (L.) Lucubrati I uncula de morbo Gallico | et cura 
eius nouiter re-|perta cu ligno Indico | Leonardi Schmaus | Medi- 
cine profes I soris. | [Colophon :] In Officina Sigismundi Grim medi- 
cine doctoris., at | ^3 Marci wyrsung Aiiguite vindelicorum Anno Xc 
M. D. XVIII. die vera. xvii. Decembris.\ 4to, 6 unnumbered leaves. 

A reference to America is on the verso of the first leaf and recto of the second, 
concerning which see Harrisse's Additions, pp. 71, 72. 

ScHMETTOW (W. F. von). Auch Fragmente. Von W. F. 
von Schmettow. Philadelphia. 1783. 8vo. 77662 

A spurious imprint. The book was printed at Hammerich in Altona. 

ScHMiD (T.) Vocabulary and Rudiments of Grammar of the 
Tsoneca Language. By Theophilus Schmid. Bristol, i860. 
i2mo, pp. 47. 77663 

The Tsoneca is the language of Patagonia. 

ScHjviipEL (Huldericus). Se( Schmidt (Ulrich). 



SCHMIDT. 2^ 

Schmidt (C.) Briefe aus und iiber die Vereiiiigten Staaten 
von Nord-Amerika. Von Carl Schmidt. Altenburg. 1857. ^^o- 

Schmidt. Dies Buch gehort dem Deutschen Auswanderer. 
Eine geographisch-statistische und geschichtliche Beschreibung 
der Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Ameiiica mit besonderer Riick- 
sichtnahrne auf Auswanderung und Colonisation. Von Carl 
Schmidt. Leipzig. 1853. ^^°- Map. ll^^S 

Schmidt (C. C. G.) Kurzgefaszte Lebensbeschreibungen 
der merkwiirdigsten Evangelischen Missionare, nebst einer Ueber- 
sicht der Ausbreitung des Christenthums durch die Missionen in 
Ostindien und in Afrika. Von Carl Christian Gottlieb Schmidt. 
Leipzig: J. C. Hinrichs. 1 836-41. 5 vols., i2mo. c. -j-jbbb 

The fourth and fifth volumes contain lives of Pliny Fisk, David Zeisberger, John 
Eliot, and David Brainerd. 

Schmidt (E. R.) Der amerikanische Biirgerkrieg. Ge- 
schichte des Volks der Vereinigten Staaten vor, wahrend und 
nach der Rebellion. Von Dr. Ernst Reinhold Schmidt. ... 
Leipzig: Schafer iff Koradi. 1867-69. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. Ixxxv, 
322, 2 Portraits, 2 Maps, 2 Charts ; 327, 2 Portraits, 2 Maps, i 
Chart. c. 77667 

Schmidt (F.) Alexander von Humboldt. Ein Lebensbild 
fijr Jung und Alt. Von Ferdinand Schmidt. ... Berlin. [1869.] 
24mo, pp. (4), 149. 2 Plates. b. 77668 

Schmidt. Georg Washington. Ein Lebensbild fiir Jung 
und Alt. Von Ferdinand Schmidt. ... Berlin. Verlag von Hugo 
Kastner. [n. d.] 24mo, pp. 150. b. 77669 

Schmidt. Versuch iiber den politischen und moralischen 
Zustand der Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika im Jahr 
1 82 1. Von Friedrich Schmidt. ... Stuttgart und Tiibingen in der 
J. G. Cottaschen Buchhandlung. 1822. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xiv, (2), 
584, (i), 14 folded Charts; xii, 663, 20 Plates. p., s. 77670 

Schmidt (G.) The Civil Law^ of Spain and Mexico; arranged 
on the Principles of the Modern Codes, with Notes and Refer- 
ences; preceded by an Historical Introduction to the Spanish and 
Mexican Law; and embodying in an Appendix some of the most 
important Acts of the Mexican Congress. By Gustavus Schmidt, 
Counsellor at Law. New Orleans. 1851. 8vo, pp. 392. A., c. 

Schmidt (H. J.) Antritts-Rede in der Kapelle des Columbia 
College am 7. Marz 1848, gehalten von H. J. Schmidt, m.a. ... 



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Auf Befehl der Curatoren gedruckt. New-York : Gedrucht bei 
H. Ludw'ig u. Co. 1848. 8vo, pp. 32. B. 77672 

Schmidt. Congregational Singing ; a Report presented to 
the Evangelical Lutheran Ministerium of the State of New 
York, at their Sixty-second Synodical Session, Utica, N. Y. 
Sept. 8, 1857. By Henry J. Schmidt. Albany: J. Munsell. 
1857. 8vo, pp. 8. 77673 

Schmidt. Education. Parti. History of Education, Ancient 
and Modern. Part 11. A Plan of Culture and Instruction based 
on Christian Principles, and designed to aid in the right Educa- 
tion of Youth, Physically, Intellectually, and Morally, ... by 
H. J. Schmidt, a.m. ... New York: Harper & Brothers. 1844.. 
i8mo, pp. 340. BA. 77674 

Schmidt. Inaugural Discourse, delivered in the Chapel of 
Columbia College, March 7, 1848. By Rev. H. J. Schmidt, 
a.m. ... Printed by order of the Trustees. New-York : Leavitt., 
Trow and Company. 1848. 8vo, pp. 34. B. 'J'j^'JS 

Schmidt (Johann). ^S"^^ Smith. 

Schmidt (Marcus Fredericus). Disputatio Theologica de 
Missionibus in Indias Apostolicis et recentioribus. Von alter 
Apostolischer so wohl als neurer und zeither angewandter Miihe 
in Bekehrung der Heyden in Ost und West Indien ... Coburgi. 
1722. 4to. 77676 

Schmidt (U.), and others. Ander theil dieses Welt-|buchs 
von SchifF-| fahrten. | Warhafftige Be-| schreibunge aller | vnd 
mancherley sorgfeltigen Schif- 1 farten, auch viler vnbekanten 
erfundnen LandtschafFten, Insu-|len, Konigreichen, vnd Stedten, 
von derselbige gelegenheyt, wesen, gebreuchen, | sitten. Religion, 
kixnst vnd handtierung. Item von allerley gevi^achsz, | Metallen, 
Specereyen, vnd anderer dinge mehr, so von jhnen in vnsere| 
Lande gefiihrt vnd gebracht werden. [ Auch von mancherley 
gefahr, streitt vnd scharmiitzeln, so sich zwischen jnen vnd | den 
vnsern, beyde zu Wasser vnd Lande, wunderbarlich zugetragen. 
Item von I erschrecklicher, seltzamer Natur vnd Eygenschafft der 
Leuthfresser, Dergleichen vorhin in keinen | Chronicken oder 
Historien beschrieben, mit schonen Concordantzen vnd einem 
voll-|komnen Register, zur fiirderung des gemeinen nutzes | 
zusamen getragen. | Durch Vlrich Schmidt von Straubingen, vnd 
andern mehr, so daselbstjin eigener Person gegenwertig gewesen, 



SCHMIDT. 27 

vnd solches erfaren.| [Two woodcuts.] \Getruc^i zu Franckfurt 
am Mayn^ Anno 1567. | [Colophon at end of second part:] Ge- 
truckt zu Franckfurt\am Mayn^ bey Martin Lechler^ in verle~\gung 
Sigmund Feirahends\vnd Simon Hii-\ters. | [Printer's mark.] | Anno 
M. D. Lxvii. I Folio, title printed entirely in black, verso blank, 
Vorrede in 4 leaves, i blank leaf, leaves i-iio; WarhafFtige vnd 
liebliche Beschreibung, leaves 1-59, and colophon on i leaf, verso 
blank. Signatures )( in six, a-r in sixes, s in eight, and b-l in 
sixes. L. 77677 

Corrected title of No. 25472, Vol. vi. For the title of the companion volume, 
which contains the "Weltbuch" of Sebastian Franck, 5« No. 25471. They were 
published together at the expense of Sigismund Feyerabend and Simon Hiiter, book- 
sellers of Franckfurt. Leaves i-iio of this volume contain accounts of Portuguese 
voyages to the East Indies. The second part begins with the following heading : 
" Warhafftige vnd liebliche Be-|schreibung etlicher furnemen Indianischen Landt- | 
schafften vnd Insulen, die vormals in keiner Chronicken gedacht, | vnd erstlich in der 
SchifFart Vlrici Schmidts von Straubin-|gen, mit grosser gefahr erkiindigt, vnd von 
jhm sel-|ber auffs fleissigst beschrieben vnd | dargethan." This division contains the 
voyage of Ulrich Schmidt or Schmidel to Brazil and Rio de la Plata, leaves 1-26; 
and the voyage of Hans Staden to Brazil, leaves 27-59. Some copies were issued 
separately with the following special title: 

Schmidt, and others. Neuwe Welt : Das ist, Warhafftige 
Beschreibunge aller schonen Historien von erfindung viler vnbe- 
kanten Konigreichen, Landschaftten, Insulen vnnd Stedten, von 
derselbigen gelegenheit, wesen, brauchen, sitten. Religion, kiins- 
ten vnd handtierungen, Auch allerley gewechsz, Metallen, Spe- 
cereyen vnd anderer Wahr, so von jnen in vnsere Lande gefiihrt 
vnd gebracht werden. Auch von allerley gefahr, streitt, vnd 
scharmiitzeln, so zwischen inen vnd den vnsern, beyde zu Was- 
ser vnnd zu Lande, sich wunderbarlich zugetragen. Item von 
erschrecklicher, seltzamer natur vnd Eygenschaft der Lcurhfr.es- 
ser, dergleichen vorhin in keinen Chronicken beschrieben, mit 
schonen Concordantzen vnd einem voUkommenen Register, zur 
fiirderung des gemeinen nutzes zusamen getragen. Durch Vlrich 
Schmid von Straubingen, vnd andern mehr, so in eigner Person 
gegenwertig gewesen. [Woodcut.] Getruckt zu Franckfurt am 
Mayn^ Anno 1567. [Colophon:] Getruckt zu Franckfurt am 
Mayn^ bey Martin Lechler^ in verlegung Sigmund Feirabends vnd 
Simon Haters. Anno M. D. Lxvii. Folio, title printed in red and 
black, verso blank, Vorrede in 4 leaves, i blank leaf, leaves i- 
iio; Warhaft'tige vnd liebliche Beschreibung, leaves 1-59, and 
colophon on i leaf, verso blank. J.c.b. 77678 

A reissue of No. 77677, with a new title. A copy was priced by Leclerc m 1878 
(No. 213) at 100 francs. The narrative of Ulrich Schmidt's voyage was also included 
in the seventh part of De Bry's large voyages, both in Latin and German. 



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Schmidt. Vera historia, | Admirandae cvivs-|dam nauiga- 
tionis, quam Hul-|dericus Schmidel, Straubiiigensis, ab Anno 
1534. I usque ad annum 1554. in Ameiicam vel nouum | Mun- 
dum, iuxta Brasiliam & Rio della Plata, confecit. Quid | per 
hosce annos 19. sustinuerit, quam varias & quam mirandas | 
regiones ac homines viderit. Ab ipso Schmidelio Germanice, | 
descripta : Nunc vero, emendatis & correctis Vrbium, Regio- | 
num & Fluminum, nominibus, Adiecta etiam tabula | Geogra- 
phica, figuris &c alijs notationi- | bus quibusdam, in hac for- 1 ma 
reducta. I [Vignette.] | Noriherga^ \ Impensis Levini Huhij. 1599. | 
4to, title, verso blank, and pp. i-ioi, verso blank, a-n in fours. 
Portrait, Map in 2 sheets, and 15 Plates on separate leaves, l. 

The vignette on the title represents the author riding on a lama, with an attendant 
in front and another behind. At the head of the dedication on page i is an engraved 
coat of arms. The portrait is entitled " Contrafactur Ulrichs Schmidels." The map, 
which is in two sheets, usually pasted together, has the following title on the upper 
margin : " Nova et exacta delineatio Americae partis avstralls. que est : Brasilia, Cari- 
bana, Gviana regnum Nouum Castilia del Oro, Nicaragva, Insulae Antillas et Perv. 
Et sub Tropico Capricorn!, Chile, Rio della Plata, Patagonv, & Fretv Magellanicv. 
Noriberga. per Leuittum Hulslum. Anno. 1 599." The fifteen copperplates are lettered 
on the upper corners as follows: Cap. 8, Cap. 9, Cap. 11, Cap. 13, Cap. 17, Cap. 20, 
Cap. 21, Cap. 25, Cap. 28, Cap. 30, Cap. 36, Cap. 42, Cap. 44, Cap. 47, and Cap. 54. 
This edition forms the fourth part of Hulsius's collection of voyages in Latin. 



Schmidt. Vierte SchifFart, ] Warhafftige Historien | Einer 
Wunderbaren I SchifFart, welche Vlrich Schmidel von Straubing, | 
von Anno 1534. bis^ Anno 1554 in American! oder Newenwelt, j 
bey Brasilia vnd Rio della Plata gethan. Was er in diesen 
Neuntzehen|Jahren auszgestanden, vnd was fiir seltzame Wun- 
derbare Lander vnd | Leut er gesehen : durch ermelten Schmidel 
selbs beschrieben, An jetzt a-|ber an Tag geben mit Verbesse- 
rung vnd Corrigierung der Statt, | Lander vnd Fliisz namen, desz- 
gleichen mit einer nothwendi- |gen LandtafFel, Figuren, vnd 
anderer mehr | Erklerung, gezieret, | Durch | Levinvm Hvlsivm. | 
[Vignette.] \Noriberg(S^ \ Impensis Levini Hulsij 1599. | [Colo- 
phon :] Gedruckt %u Niiryiberg^ Durch Christoph \ Lochner^ Im lar 
1599. 1 4to, pp. (9), 1-103. A-o in fours. Map, Portrait and 
15 Plates. L. 77680 

Part IV. of the collection of Hulsius. The vignette on the title, the coat of arms 
on the second leaf, the map in two sheets pasted together, the portrait and 15 pliites, 
are the same as those in tlie Latin edition, and have the same marks. The pagination 
begins on the verso of the fifth leaf, and is continued in that way, tiie even numbers 
on the right-hand side, to page 103, which is on the verso of the last leaf. There is 
another copy of this edition in the Lenox Library which does not contain the words 
"Vierte Schiffart" at the top of the title, but a close examination shows that they 
have been erased. 



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Schmidt. Vierte SchifFait. | WathafFtige Historien. | Einer 
Wunderbaren] Schiffart, welche Vlrich Schmidel von Stiaubing, | 
von Anno 1534. bisz Anno 1554, in Americam oder Neuwewelt, 
[bey Brasilia vnd Rio della Plata gethan. Was er in diesen 
Neuntzehen | Jahren auszgestanden, vn wzs fiir seltzame Wun- 
derbare Lander vnd | Leut er gesehen : durch ermeken Schmidel 
selbst beschrieben, An jetzt | aber an Tag geben mit Verbesse- 
rung vnd Corrigierung der Statt, | Lander vnd Fliisz Namen, 
deszgleichen mit einer nothwendi- |gen LandtafFel, Figuren, vnd 
anderer mehr | Erklerung, gezieret, | Durch | Levinvm Hvlsivm. | 
Editio Secvnda. I [Vignette.] \Noriberg(S. j Impens'is Levini Hulsij 
Anno 1602. 1 4to, pp. (9), 1-103. A-o in fours. Map, Portrait 
and 15 Plates. L. 77681 

The portrait and fifteen plates are the same as in the preceding edition, but the map, 
which In this copy is in two sheets not pasted together, has some additions on the 
lower part. In the left-hand corner has been engraved " N". 2," and under the 
inscription in the right-hand corner, the additional words "Per Leuin : Hulsium. A". 
1602." Three small islands, with the inscripticm " Francisci Draco Ins:" have been 
added below the lower border. Page i is on the -verso of the fifth leaf, and page 103 
on the 'veno of the last leaf. 

Schmidt. Vierdte SchifFart. j WarhafFtige Historien. | Einer 
Wunderbaren | SchifFart, vi^elche Vlrich Schmidel von | Straubing, 
von Anno 1534 bisz Anno 1554. in A-|mericam oder Neuu^e- 
vi^elt, bey Brasilia vnd Rio della Plata ge-|than. Was er in diesen 
Neuntzehen Jahren auszgestanden, vn was | fiir seltzame Wun- 
derbare Lander vnd Leut er gesehen : durch ermel-|ten Schmidel 
selbst beschrieben, An jetzt aber an Tag geben mit | Verbesse- 
rung vnd Corrigierung der Statt, Lander vnd Fliisz | Namen, 
deszgleichen mit einer nothwendigen Landt- 1 taffel, Figuren, vnd 
anderer mehr Er- | klerung, gezieret. | Durch | Levinvm Hvlsivm. | 
Editio Tertia. I [Vignette.] \Gedruckt %u Franckfurt am Mayn^ 
bey Erasmo Kempfftrn^ \ In Verlegung Leuini Hulsii Witt'ihe. \ Im lahr 
i6i2.| 4to, pp. 104. A-N in fours. Map in 2 sheets, Portrait, 
and 15 Plates. L. 77682 

The map and plates of this edition are like those in the edition of 1602 in every 
respect. 

Schmidt. Gedenkwaardige | Scheeps-togten | na | Rio de la 
Plata, I in 't Zuyderdeel van America, en verscheydene andere 
voorname | Americaansche Landschappen, verrigt onder den | 
Spaanschen Admiraal | Pedro de Mendosa, | Anno 1535, en de 
volgende Jaren. | Bevattende ongemeene Bysonderheden van Lan- 
den, Volkeren, | en voorgekomene wonderlijke Gevallen. | Be- 
schreven door | Ulrich Schmidt | van Straubingen : | Die alles in 



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eygener persoon heeft bygewoond en waargenomen. | Nu alder- 
eerst uyt 't Hoogduytsch vertaald. | Met schoone kopere Platen, 
en een volkomen Register. | Te Leyden^ | By Pieier Vander Aa^ 
Boekverkopet\ 1706. | Alet Privilegie.\ Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), 74, (6). 
Map and 3 Plates. l. 77683 

In Vander Aa's '' Naaukeurige Versameling der Gedenk-waardigste Reysen," vol. 
XIV. Also included in the folio edition of the same work. 

[Schmidt.] Historia, y Descubrimiento de el Rio de la Plata, 
y Paraguay. \_Madrid. 1749.] Folio, pp. 31, (9). 77684 

From the third volume of Barcia's " Historiadores Primitivos," 1749. 

Schmidt. Viage al Rio de la Plata y Paraguay, por Ulderico 
Schmidel. Buenos- Aires. 1836. 4to, pp. vi, 61, xii. 77685 

From the third volume of the " Coleccion de Obras y Documentos" of Pedro de 
Angelis. 

Schmidt. Voyages, Relations et Memoires originaux pour 
servir a I'histoire de la decouverte de I'Amerique. Publics pour 
la premiere f'ois en Fran^ais, par H. Ternaux-Compans. His- 
toire veritable d'un voyage curieux, fait par Ulrich Schmidel de 
Straubing. Nuremberg. — 1599- Paris. Arthus Bertrand., Li- 
br aire- Edit eur ... M. DCCC xxxvii. 8vo, pp. (4), viii, 264, and 
printed covers. l. 77686 

Number five of Ternaux's collection of voyages. Second title : Histoire veritable 
d'un Voyage Curieux, fait par Ulrich Schmidel de Straubing, dans I'Amerique ou le 
Nouveau Monde, par le Bresil, et le Rio de la Plata, depuis I'annee 1534, jusqu'en 
1554. Ou Ton verra tout ce qu'il a soufFert pendant ces dix-neuf ans, et la description 
des pays et des peuples extraordinaires qu'il a visites. Ouvrage ecrit par lui-meme, et 
puplie [i'V] de nouveau apres corrections des noms de villes, de pays et de rivieres, par 
Levinus Hulsius. Nuremberg. Aux frais de Levinui Htihius. 1599. "Ulrich Schmi- 
del, the author of this narrative, was a common soldier who accompanied Mendoce and 
Cabe^a de Vaca in their conquest of the countries south of Brazil. His history bears 
internal evidence of veracity, which is further attested by contemporaneous accounts. 
Its pages are one continuous record of massacre and enslavement of the Indians. Of 
the fifty-five chapters, eleven are descriptive of these battles or rather slaughters. Two 
we rejoice to read, because they narrate some considerable retributive killing of the 
Spaniards by the Indians. Thirteen chapters are filled with descriptions of the various 
tribes and nations he encountered. Ternaux published tiiis work translated into French 
in his collection of voyages, with many corrections of names. Not the least of its 
interest to us is contained in his account of the character, adventures, and imprison- 
ment of Cabe^a de Vaca." — Field. For an English version see Purchas, vol. iv., pp. 
1347-1366. 

Schmidt-Phiseldek (Conrad Friedrich von). Europa und 
Amerika, oder die kiinftigen Verhaltnisse der civilisirten Welt. 
Von Dr. C. F. von Schmidt-Phiseldek. Kopenhagen : F. Brum- 
rner. 1820. 2 vols., l2mo, pp. 248; vi, 286. C. + Zweite 
Auflage. \Jbid^ 1820. i2mo. ' s. 77687 



SCHMOLDER. 



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Schmidt-Phiseldek. L'Europe et rAmerique, ou les rap- 
ports futurs du monde civilise. ... Traduit de rallemand par ***. 
Copenhague : A. Seidelin. 1820. 8vo, pp. xiv, 265. c. 77688 

Schmidt-Phiseldek. Europe and America or the relative 
state of the civilized world at a future period. Translated from 
the German of D^ C. F. von Schmidt-Phiseldek, ... by Joseph 
Owen. Copenhagen 1^20^ Printed by Bernhard Schlesinger. 8vo, 
pp. (12), viii, 257, (l). BA., c, P. 77689 

Schmidt-Phiseldek. Europa og America, eller den civili- 
serte Verdens fremtidige Forhold. Af C. F. von Schmidt-Phi- 
seldek. Oversat og forsynet med Anmaerkningen af D. Did- 
ricksen og H. A. Martensen. Kjbbenhavn. 1820. 8vo. 77690 

Schmidt-Phiseldek. Europa en Amerika, of de toekomstige 
Betrekkingen der Beschaafde Wereld. ... In het Nederduitsch 
vertaald, door T. Olivier-Schilperoort. Jmsierdam. 1 820. 8vo. 

ScHMiDTMEYER (P.) Travels into Chile, over the Andes, In 
the Years 1820 and 1821, with some Sketches of the Produc- 
tions and Agriculture; Mines and Metallurgy; Inhabitants, His- 
tory and other features of America, particularly of Chile and 
Arauco ; illustrated with Thirty Plates. ... By Peter Schmidt- 
meyer. London: Longman ... 1824. 4to, pp. (2), 378, (2). 30 
Plates. A., c, H. 77692 

Schmidts (C. L.) Histoire raisotme des fonds public de tous 
les Etats de I'Europe et de I'Amerique. Par C. L. Schmidts. 
Tome I. Amsterdam: Schmidts et Cie. 1824. 4to. 77^93 

Schmiedlein (J.) Kurtze | Beschreibung, | des | Lebens und 
Todtes j von I Jacob Schmiedlein, ) aus | Wollhausen | im Lutzerner 
Gebiet in der Schweitz, j welcher im Jahr 1747 im Monath May 
die I Woche vor Pfingsten zu Lutzern | verbrandt worden. [ Ger- 
manton gedruckt bey Christoph Saiir^\ 1748. | l6mo, pp. 16. H.s.P. 

Title from Hildeburn. 

ScHMoLDHR (B.) Neuer praktischer Wegweiser fiir Auswan- 
derer nach Nord-Amerika in drei Abtheilungen mit Karten, Pla- 
nen und Ansichten. Erste Abtheilung enthalt : Oregon und 
Californien und Allgemeines iiber das Mississippi- und Missouri- . 
Thai, ferner : Anweisungen mit Zeitgewinn die besten und 
billigsten Landereien und Pachtungen von Farmen, wie auch 
verschiedene Gewerbszweige in Stadten ausfindig zu machen, 



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Klima, Boden, Produkte, Agrikultur- und Handelsverhaltnisse, 
Kosten-Ueberschlag der vortheilhaftesten Reise-Routen zu Was- 
ser und zu Land nach alien neuen Staaten und Gebieten bis an 
die West-Kiiste von Capitain B. Schmolder, Landereien-Agent 
der vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika. Afaiftz^ 1848. 
Selbstverlag des Verfassers. 8vo, pp. 120. -f \_lbid^ 1849. 8vo, 
pp. 120. Portrait and 4 Plates. ll^^S 

Schmolder. Neuer praktischer Wegweiser fiir Auswanderer 
nach Nord-Amerika in drei Abtheilungen mit Karten, Planen 
und Ansichten. Zweite Abtheilung enthalt : Die mittleren 
Staaten der Union. Topographische Beschreibung der Staaten 
von Missouri, Iowa, Wiskonsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, 
Ohio und Arkansas, im Anhang: Boden- Werth und Preis-Ver- 
haltnisse der in Kultur gesetzten Farmen und Landereien eines 
jeden Staates und Cantons der Missouri-, Mississippi-, Illinois-, 
Ohio- und Arkansas-Fluszgebiete, Texas, die Postrouten, Kanale 
und Eisenbahnen nebst den Entfernungen der Hauptstadte obiger 
Staaten von einander. Von Capitain B. Schmolder, Landereien- 
Agent der vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika. Mainz^ 1848. 
Selbstverlag des Verfassers. 8vo, pp. 152. + [/Z'/V.] 1849. ^vo, 
pp. 154. Map and Plate of St. Louis. jybgb 

Schmolder. Neuer praktischer Wegv^^eiser fiir Auswanderer 
nach Nord-Amerika in drei Abtheilungen mit Karten, Planen 
und Ansichten. Die Dritte Abtheilung enthalt : Die Beschrei- 
bung des Staats- oder Congress-Landes in Iowa ... von Capitain 
B. Schmolder ... Mainz. 1849. ^^^> PP- ^O^- 77^97 

Schmolder. Neuer praktischer Wegweiser fiir Auswanderer 
nach Nord-Amerika ... mit Karten, Planen und Ansichten ... 
von Capitain B. Schmolder. Zweite Ausgabe. Mainz. 1855. 
8vo. 77^9^ 

Schmouth (J. E.) Directioii pour la Culture du Tabac ... 
^ebec. 1865. 8vo, pp. 24. 77^99 

Schmucker or Smucker (S. M.), b. 1823, d. 1863. Arctic 
Explorations and Discoveries during the Nineteenth Century, 
conducted by Ross, Parry, Back, etc., including the First Grin- 
nell Expedition and the Final Effort of Dr. Kane in Search of 
Sir John Franklin. Edited and enlarged by Samuel M. Smucker 
... New York. 1857. i2mo. B. -f New York. i860. i2mo. 

Schmucker or Smucker. A History of all Religions ; con- 
taining a StatemeiU of the Origin, Development, Doctrines, and 



SCHMUCKF.R. 



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Government of the Religious Denominations in the United States 
and Europe. With Biographical Notices of Eminent Divines. 
Edited by Samuel M. Smucker, a.m. Philadelphia : Duane Ruli- 
son. 1859. i2mo. IIT^^ 

ScHMUCKER or Smucker. History of all Religions ; contain- 
ing a Statement of the Origin, Development, Doctrines, Forms 
of Worship and Government of the Religious Denominations in 
the World. With Biographical Notices of Eminent Divines. 
Edited by Samuel M. Schmucker. Revised and enlarged by 
Charles Drew. Philadelphia : ^aker City Publishing House. 
1870. i2mo, pp. 352. 12 Plates. c. 77702 

Schmucker or Smucker, A History of the Civil War in 
the United States ; with a Preliminary View of its Causes, and 
Biographical Sketches of its Heroes. By Samuel M. Schmucker, 
LL.D. ... Philadelphia: Bradley ^ Co. 1863. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 
512; 511. Portraits and Illustrations. 777^3 

Schmucker or Smucker. The History of the Civil War in 
the United States : its Cause, Origin, Progress and Conclusion. 
... By Samuel M. Schmucker ... . Revised and completed by Dr. 
L. P. Brockett ... Illustrated with over One Hundred and Fifty 
Fine Portraits of Generals, Battle Scenes, Maps and Diagrams. 
Philadelphia : Jones Brothers ^ Co. [1865.] Rl. 8vo, pp. 102 x. 
Portraits and Plates. B. 77704 

Schmucker or Smucker. A History of the Four Georges, 
Kings of England ; containing personal incidents of their lives, 
public events of their reigns, and biographical notices of their 
chief ministers, courtiers and favorites. By Samuel M. Smucker, 
LL.D. New York: D. Appleton i^ Co. i860. l2mo, pp. xii, 454. 
-{- New Tor k : James Miller. 1875. i 2mo, pp. xii, 454. 77705 

Schmucker or Smucker. The Life and Times of Alexander 
Hamilton. By Samuel M. Smucker ... . Philadelphia. 1857. 
i2mo. Portrait, c. + Boston. 1857. i2mo, pp. 408. Portrait. 
-\- Philadelphia. 1 859. i2mo. Portrait. -]- Philadelphia : John 
E. Potter and Company, [n. d.] l2mo, pp. 408. Portrait. ba. 

Schmucker or Smucker. The Life and Times of George 
Washington. By Samuel M. Smucker ... Philadelphia : J. E. 
Potter, [n. d.] l2mo. Portrait. 777^7 

Schmucker or Smucker. The Life and Times of Henry 



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Clay. By Samuel M. Smucker ... Philadelphia, i860. i2mo. 
Portrait. -|- Philadelphia. 1867. i2mo. Portrait. 777o8 

ScHMUCKER or Smucker. The Life and Times of Thomas 
JefFerson. By Samuel A4. Smucker, a.m. ... Philadelphia : y. 
ff^. Bradley. 1857. i2mo, pp. 400. Portrait. -^Philadelphia. 
1859. l2mo, pp. 400. Portrait, -f Philadelphia, i860. l2mo, 
pp. 400. Portrait. + Philadelphia, [n. d.] i2mo. 77709 

ScHMUCKER or Smucker. The Life of Col. John Charles 
Fremont, and his Narrative of Explorations and Adventures in 
Kansas, Nebraska, Oregon, and California. The Memoir by 
Samuel M. Smucker, a.m. New York and Auhurn. 1856. i2mo, 
pp. 494. Portrait and Plates. c. 777 10 

ScHMUCKER or Smucker. The Life of Dr. Elisha Kent 
Kane, and of other Distinguished American Explorers ... By 
Samuel M. Smucker, a.m. ... Philadelphia : J. W. Bradley. 1858. 
i2mo, pp. 406. Portrait, -f \^Ihid^ 1859. i2mo, pp. 406. 
Portrait. -{-Philadelphia, [n. d.] i2mo. Portrait. IIT^^ 

Schmucker or Smucker. The Life, Speeches, and Memo- 
rials of Daniel Webster ... By Samuel A4. Schmucker, ll.d. ... 
Philadelphia : D. Rulison. 1859. 8vo, pp. 548. 2 Plates. -|- 
Philadelphia : ^aker City Publishing House. 1867. 8vo, pp. 552. 
2 Plates. -{- Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1877. l2mo. 
Portrait. 777^2 

Schmucker or Smucker. The Religious, Social, and Polit- 
ical History of the Mormons, or Latter-Day Saints, from their 
Origin to the Present Time j Containing full statements of their 
Doctrines, Government and Condition, and Memoirs of their 
Founder, Joseph Smith. Edited, with Important Additions, by 
Samuel M. Smucker, a.m. ... New Tork and Auhurn. 1856. 
i2mo, pp. viii, 17-460. 12 Plates. -(- Philadelphia. 1858. 
l2mo, pp. 460. 12 Plates. -\- New Tork. i860. l2mo, pp. 
viii, 17-460. 12 Plates. -\- New Tork: Hurst & Co. [i88l?] 
i2mo, pp. viii, 17-466. 777^3 

Originally written by Henry Mayhew, and published anonymously in London. 

Schmucker or Smucker. The Spanish Wife. A Play in 
Five Acts. By Samuel M. Schmucker. New Tork. 1854. 
i2mo, pp. 96. 777H 

Allibone mentions: Election of Judges by the People, 1852, 8vo. — Constitutionality 
of the Maine Liquor Law, 1852, 8vo. 



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5CHMUCKER (S. S.) Address on the Anniversary of Wash- 
ington's Birth-dav, delivered before the Gettysburg Guards, Feb. 
22, 1839, by S. S. Schmucker, d.d, Gettysburg: Printed by H. 
C. Neimtedt. 1839. 8vo, pp. 24. lll^S 

Schmucker. The American Lutheran Church, Historically, 
Doctrinally, and Practically Delineated, in several Discourses. 
By S. S. Schmucker ... Springfield^ O. 1851. 1 2mo. + Fourth 
Edition. Springfield^ O. 1852. l2mo. + Fifth Edition. Pbil- 
adelphia : E. W. Miller ... 1852. i2mo, pp. 286. Portrait. 

Schmucker. Antrittsrede ... bey seiner Einsetzung in die 
theologische Professur im theologischen Seminariums ... zu Get- 
tysburg ... Nebst die Einfiihrungsrede von D. F. SchafFer. York- 
Town. 1827. 8vo. 111^1 

Schmucker. Appeal to the American Churches, with a Plan 
for Catholic Union. By S. S. Schmucker, d.d, ... New York: 
Gould I3 New jnan. 1838. 8vo, pp. (2), 99. ba. 77718 

Schmucker. The Christian Pulpit, the Rightful Guardian of 
Morals, in Political no less than in Private Life. A Discourse 
delivered at Gettysburg, Nov. 26, the day appointed by the Gov- 
ernor, for Public H\imiliation, Thanksgiving and Prayer. By S. 
S. Schmucker, d.d. ... Gettysburg : Printed by H. C. Neimtedt. 
MDCCCXLVi. 8vo, pp. 32. m^9 

Schmucker. Discourse in commemoration of the glorious 
Reformation of the Sixteenth Century. By S. S. Schmucker, 
D.D. Second Edition. Neiv York. 1838. i6mo. 77720 

Schmucker. Fraternal Appeal to the American Churches, 
with a Plan for Catholic Union, on Apostolic Principles. By S. 
S. Schmucker, d.d. ... Second Edition, enlarged. New York: 
Taylor ^ Dodd. 1839. l2mo, pp. 149, xvi. 111'^'^ 

For the first edition see No. ']'j']i%, supra. 

[Schmucker.] Fraternal Appeal to the Friends of the Evan- 
gelical Alliance and of Christian Union generally, [n. p. n. d.] 
8vo, pp. 12. B. 77722 

Schmucker. An Inaugural Address, ... before the ... Gen- 
eral Synod, ... by S. S. Schmucker, at his Litroduction into the 
Professorship of Christian Theology ... . Carlisle^ Pa. 1826. 
8vo, pp. 40. 77723 



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ScHMUCKER. Leben uiid Wirken des Johann Friediich Ober- 
lin. Von S. S. Schmucker. Pittsburg: Luke Loomis l^ Co. 1831. 
i2mo. 77724 

Schmucker and Smith (G.) Letters of Rev. Dr. Schmucker 
and Gerritt Smith, Esq. [n. p. 1838.] 8vo, pp. 7. 777^5 

From the "Colonization Herald." Concerning the American Colonization and 
Anti-Slavery Society. 

Schmucker. The Papal Hierarchy, viewed in the Light of 
Prophecy and History : being a Discourse delivered in the Eng- 
lish Lutheran Church, Gettysburg, Feb. 2, 1845. -^y S. S. 
Schmucker, d.d. ... Second Edition. Gettysburg: Printed by H. 
C. Neinstedt. mdcccxlv. 8vo, pp. 32. B. 77726 

Schmucker. The Peace of Zion : A Discourse preached 
before the General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church 
in U. S. Winchester, Va., May 22, 1853. By S. S. Schmucker, 
... Gettysburg : Printed by H. C. Neinstedt. 1853. 8vo, pp. 40. 

Schnake (F.) Montezuma. Historisches Schauspiel in fiinf 
Akten von Friedrich Schnake. St. Louis., Mo. 1870. 8vo, pp. 
73. h. 77728 

Schnake. Unabhangigkeitserklarung der Vereinigten Staaten 
von Amerika. Ein dramatisches Gedicht von Friedrich Schnake. 
St. Louis : C. F. Lammers & Co. 1864. l8mo, pp. 353. C. 

Schnap (J.), pseudon. Old Times and New; or, A Few Raps 
over the Knuckles of the Present Age. By Julius Schnap and 
Hans Van Garretson, the Orange Blossoms of Niew Amsterdam. 
... \Neiv York :^ Printed for the Publishers. 1846. 8vo, pp. viii, 
93, and covers. c. 77730 

Schneck (B. S.) The Burning of Chambersburg, Pennsyl- 
vania. By Rev. B. S. Schneck, d.d., an Eye-Witness and a 
Sufferer. With Corroborative Statements from the Rev. J. Clark, 
Hon. A. K. McClure, J. Hoke, Esq., Rev. T. G. Apple, Rev. 
B. Bausman, Rev. S. J. Niccolls, and J. K. Schryock, Esq. In 
Letters to a Friend. Philadelphia: Lindsay ^ Blakiston. 1864. 
i2mo, pp. 72. + Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged, with a 
Plan of the burnt portion of the town. \Ibid.'\ 1864. i2mo, 
pp. 76. Plan, -f Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged, with a 
Plan of the burnt portion of the town. \Ibid.~\ 1864. i2mo, pp. 
76. Plan. -]- Fourth Edition, Revised and Enlarged, with a 



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Plan of the burnt portion of the town. {^Ibid.'] 1865. i2mo, pp. 
(2), 76. Plan. 77731 

See also Vol. xv., No. 65721. 

ScHNEEBERGER (A.) Das Raben-Gcschrey, durch Br. An- 
dreas Schneeberger | auf Antetum, 1776. 1 [PhiiadelphiaF 1776.] 
8vo, pp. 2. 77732 

Schneeberger (B.) Die Stimme der Turteltaube, durch 
Sch. Barbara | Schneeberger auf Antetum. 1776. | \_Philadelphia. 
1776.] 8vo, pp. 2. 77733 

Titles from Hildeburn. 

Schneider (L.) Der Krieg der Triple-AIlianz (Kaiserthum 
Brasilien, Argentinische Confederation und Republik Banda 
Oriental del Uruguay) gegen die Regierung der Republik Para- 
guay. Mit Karten und Planen von L. Schneider. Berlin. B. 
Behr^sche Buchhandlung [E. Bock). 1872. 4to, pp. iv, 217, 70, 
234,71-118. BA. 77734 

Schneller (J. A.) A Discourse, delivered on the occasion 
of organizing a Catholic Total Abstinence Association in St. 
Peter's Church, Troy, on Friday Evening, January 6, 1843. ^7 
the Rev. J. A. Schneller ... J lb any : Louis Ende. 1843. ^^^» 
pp. 22. B. 77735 

Schneller. Letters ; being an Answer to " Papal Rome," 
by the Rev. J. N. Campbell ; and " Protestant Christianity con- 
trasted with Romanism," by the Rev. Wm. B. Sprague. By the 
Rev. J. A. Schneller. Albany. 1838. 8vo. 7773^ 

Schneller. Letters, being an Answer to "The Christmas 
Holidays in Rome. By the Rev. Wm. Ingraham Kip ..." By 
the Rev. J. A. Schneller. ... Albany: Printed by Weed ^ Par som. 
1846. 8vo, pp. 108. B. 77737 

Schobert [le baron). Paix a L'Amerique par Le Baron Scho- 
bert Officier Superieur d'Infanterie. Paris: E. Dentu. 1862. 
8vo, pp. 32. B., BA. 77738 

Schobri (G.) See Vol. in.. No. 10623. 

Schoeffer (C. H.) El comercio de Cafe. Traducido del 
aleman por el jdven Diego Bautista Urbaneja. Publicado por 
orden y a expensas del Ejecutivo Nacional. Caracas., enero., 1869. 
8vo, pp. 37. 77739 

vol. XIX. 1 



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ScHOELCHER (V.) Abolition de TEsclavage : Exameii critique 
du Prejuge contre la couleur des Africains et des sang-meles ; par 
V. Schoelcher. Paris: Pagnerre^ editeur. 1840. 24010, pp. 187. 

ScHOELCHER. Die Antillen. ... Uebersetzt von G. Fink. 
Stuttgard. 185 1. 3 vols., i2mo. 77741 

Probably a translation of No. 'J'J'J^'},, infra. 

Schoelcher. L'arrete Gueydon a la Martinique et Tarrete 
Husson a la Guadeloupe. Par Victor Schoelcher. Paris. 1872. 
8vo, pp. 82. 



Schoelcher. Colonies etrangeres et Haiti 
I'emancipation Anglaise. Par Victor Schoelcher. 
nerre. 1842-43. 2 vols., 8vo. + \_Ibid.'] 1843. 
pp. (8), 390; 488. Map. 

Contents : Colonies anglaises ; lies espagnoles ; {^'^^^'^^s mots sur la Traite et sur 
son origine ; Colonies danoises ; Haiti ; Coup d'oeil sur I'etat de la question d'afFran- 
chissement. 



77742 

Resultats de 

, Paris : Pag- 

2 vols., 8vo, 

B., P. 77743 



Schoelcher. De I'esclavage des noirs et de la legislation 
coloniale. Par Victor Schoelcher. Paris. 1833. 8vo, pp. 160. 

Schoelcher. Des Colonies Fran^aises; Abolition immediate 
de I'Esclavage. Par Victor Schoelcher. Paris : Pagnerre. 1842. 
8vo, pp. Hi, 443. B., p. 77745 

Includes some proverbs in the Creole lan,>uage. 

[Schoelcher.] L'Esclavage aux Etats-Unis et la loi sur les 
esclaves fugitifs. \^Paris. 1850.''] 8vo, pp. 21. H. 77746 

Schoelcher. La grand conspiration du pillage, de I'incendie 
et du meurtre a la Martinique. Par Victor Schoelcher. Paris. 
1875. 8vo, pp. 142. 77747 

Schoelcher. Histoire de I'esclavage pendant les deux der- 
nieres annees. Par Victor Schoelcher ... Paris : Pagyierre. 1847. 
8vo, pp. (4), 567. -j- Deuxieme partie. \^lbid.\ 1847. 8vo, pp. 
486. B. 77748 

[Schoelcher.] Loi du 18 Septembre 1850 sur les esclaves 
fugitifs aux Etats-Unis. [Colophon :] Paris. Imprimerie de E. 
Briere. [n. d.] 8vo, pp. 31. ba. 77749 

Schoelcher. Proces de Marie-Galante (Guadeloupe). Par 
Victor Schoelcher. Paris. 1851. 8vo, pp. 92. lllS'^ 

Schoelcher. La Verite aux ouvriers et cultivateurs de la 



SCHOEPPE. 



39 



Martinique, suivie des Rapports, Decrets, Arretes, Projets de 
Lois et d'Arretes concernant I'abolition immediate. Par Victor 
Schoelcher ... Paris : Pagnerre. 1840. 8vo, pp. 470. b. 77751 

ScHOEi.L ([Maximilian Samson] Friedrich). Archives Histo- 
riques et Politiques, on recueil de pieces officielles, memoires et 
morceaux historiques, inedites ou peu connus, relatifs a I'histoire 
des i8e et ige siecles. ... Par F. Schoell ... Paris^ A la librairie 
Grecque-Lat'tne-Allemand. 1818-19. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. 42O; (8), 
vi, 3'2J (8)> ''> 304- H. 77752 

Schoell. Cours d'Histoire des Etats Europeens, depuis le 
Bouleversement de I'Empire Remain d'occident jusqu'en 1789. 
Par Max. Samson- Fred. Schoell. ... Paris^ Librairie de Gide fih. 
1^30-34- 47 vols., 8vo. B., s. 77753 

See aho Vol. ix., No. 38201. 

ScHOEPF (J. D.) Beytrage zur mineralogischen Kenntnisz 
des ostlichen Theils von Nordamerika und seiner Geburge von 
D. Johann David Schopf ... Erlangen^ verlegt von "Joh. Jakob 
Palm. 1787. 8vo, pp. (12), 194, Druckfehler (i). A. J77S4- 

ScHOEPF. The Climate and Diseases of America. By Dr. 
Johann David SchoepfF, Surgeon of the Anspach-Bayreuth 
Troops in America. Translated by James Read Chadwick, M.A., 
M.D. Boston: H. O. Houghton and Company. 1875. Sm. 4to, 
pp. 31, and covers. IIISS 

Cover-title: The Climate and Diseases of America during the Revolution. 

ScHOEPF. D. lo. Davidis Schoepf Seren. Marggrav. Brand. 
Onold. et Cvlmb. Med. Avl. et Milit. Coll. Med. Membr. Ma- 
teria Medica Americana potissimvm Regni Vegetabilis. Erlangae 
Svfntibvs lo. lac. Palmii. mdcclxxxvii. 8vo, pp. xviii, 170. 

ScHOEPF. Reise durch einige der mittlern und siidlichen ver- 
einigten nordamerikanischen Staaten nach Ost-FIorida und den 
Bahama-Inseln unternommen in den Jahren 1783 und 1784 von 
Johann David Schopf. ... Mit einem Landschartchen. Erlangen 
bey Johann Jacob Pahn. 1788. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. (24), 644, 
Druckfehler "( I j. Map; (8), xxxii, 552. a. 77757 

There are copies on thick paper. 

ScHOEPPE (P.) The Schoeppe Murder Trial. The Trial of 
Dr. Paul Schoeppe ... charged with the murder of Miss Maria 
M. Stennecke, by Poison. ... May 24th, 1869. Carlisle., Pa. 
Printed at the ''Herald Office." [1869.] 8vo, pp. 61. 77758 



40 SCHOLAR S. 

ScHOEPPE. The Trial of Dr. Paul Schoeppe for the murder 
of Miss Maria M. Stennecke, in the Court of Oyer and Termi- 
ner of Cumberland County, Pa., May, 1869. Philadelphia. 
1869. 8vo. 77759 

ScHOFiELD (G.) Sketch of the History of Congregationalism 
in St. John's, Newfoundland ... By G. Schofield. St. 'John's. 
1851. 8vo, pp. 18. 77760 

Schofield (W.) Organization of the Educational Forces in 
Society: a System of Universal Education. An Address before 
the Pennsylvania State Teachers' Association, at its twenty- 
second annual session at Wilkesbarre, August 10, 11, 12, 1875. 
By William Schofield. ... Lancaster.^ Pa.: Pennsylvania School 
Journal Print. 1875. 8vo, pp. 14, (2). B. 77761 

Schofield (W. J.) The Prospector's Manual for the Dis- 
covery of Quartz and Placer Indications of Gold and Silver 
Mines, also, a Description of Mineral-Bearing Rocks -, Indica- 
tions of the Mineral Districts in all the New England States and 
the Neighboring Provinces ; the Characteristics of California, 
Nevada, and other Mines; ... By W. J. Schofield. Boston: IV. 
J. Schofield. 1875. i6mo, pp. 96. 111^'^ 

Schoharie, N. T. Account of Knoepfel's Schoharie Cave. 
See Vol. IX., No. 38136. 

Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Schoharie Acad- 
emy, during the year ending April 14th, 1856. Albany: J. Mun- 
sell. 1856. 8vo, pp. 16. 77763 

Fifty-second Annual Report of the Schoharie County Bible 
Society ... 1865. Albany: J. Munsell. 1866. 8vo. 777^4 

Catalogue of the Schoharie County Teachers' Institute, 
held at Sharon Springs, commencing Oct. 26, and closing Nov, 
I, 1861. Albany: J. Munsell. 1862. 8vo, pp. 16. 777^5 

Also: Catalogue of the Teachers' Institute in the Second District of Schoharie 
County, held at Cobleskill, N. Y., commencing Oct. 20 and ending Oct. 31, 1862. 
Albany: y. Munsell. 1863. 8vo, pp. 20. By Augustus Smith. — Schoharie County 
Teachers' Institute, held at Schoharie Court House, October, 1850. Albany. 1850. 
8vo. 

The Scholar's Manual ; containing the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence, the Constitution of the United States, and Washing- 
ton's Farewell Address to the people of the United States. With 



SCHOLTENS. 4I 

Questions for the use of Schools. By a Teacher. ... New-York: 
Samuel & William JVood. 1837. i2mo, pp. 108. 77766 

ScHOLCHER (V.) See Schoelcher. 

ScHOLEFiELD (J.) A Sccond Letter to the Right Hon. Earl 
of Liverpool in reply to that from the Rev. H. H, Norris, ... 
By the Rev. James Scholefield, a.m. New York : 'John P. Haven. 
1823. 8vo, pp. 67. B. 77767 

ScHOLER (L.) Observationes super morbis Surinamensium. 
... Goettingae. 1 78 1. 4to. 111^^ 

Circular and Catalogue of Scholfield's Commercial Col- 
lege, No. 81 in 1846. Fifth Edition. Providence: Knowles^ 
Anthony ^ Co. ^ Printers. 1864. 8vo, pp. 38. 3 Plates. 777^9 

The Scholiast Schooled. An Examination of the Review of 
the Reports of the Annual Visiting Committees of the Public 
Schools of the City of Boston for 1845, ^Y "Scholiast." By a 
Bostonian. Cambridge: Metcalf and Company. 1846. 8vo, pp. 

65. BA., M. 77770 

Improved title of No. 6763, Vol. ii. 

[Scholte (Henry P.)] American Slavery, in reference to the 
Present Agitation of the United States. By an Adopted Citizen. 
Pella., loiva : Printed at the Gazette Book and Job Office. 1856. 
8vo, pp. 88. 77771 

Scholte. Schetsen voor een ontwerp van Kolonisatie in de 
vereenigde staten van Noord-Amerika. ... [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 

16. 77772 

Scholte. Eene Stem uit Pella, Iowa. ... Met twee platen. 
Amsterdam. 1848. 8vo, pp. 61. llllZ 

Scholte. Tweede Stem uit Pella, Iowa. ... Met twee pla- 
ten. Bosch. 1848. 8vo, pp. 35. 1111\ 

[Scholte.] To the Honorable the Senate and House of Rep- 
resentatives of the United States. \Pella : Printed at the Office 
of'-'' Pella' s Weekblade." \%b\.'\ Folio, i page. H. 77775 

Relating to slavery. Dated '♦ Pella, Iowa, Nov. 30, 1 861." 

Scholtens (G.) De Nieuwe | Bereysde Wereldt | ofte | Een 
korte en bondige Beschryvinghe | Van alle Landen en Coning- 
rijcken van dien, | Waer inne yder bysonderlijck zijn manieren 
van Leven, Re-|ligien, Huyshoudinge en Vruchtbaerheyt haerder 



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Landen|werden aengewesen : Mitsgaders aller Pausen, Keysers, 
Ko-|ningen en Vorsten Successie, begin en eynde. | Beschreven 
door den seer Vermaerden | Godefreed Scholtens. | Ende met 
Koopere Figueren daer toe dienende verrijckt. | [Engraving.] | 
In ^sGraven-hage^ by lohannes Tongerloo^ Anno 1662. | 410, pp. (6), 
152. A-T in fours, besides the three prel. leaves. 3 Plates, 
marked to go opposite pp. 21, 67 and 121. l. 77776 

On pages 65-68, "Volght de beschryvinge der nieuwe Werelt, of Wesc-Indien. 
Voor soo veel den K.oningh van Spanjen daer over gebiet." Tlie plate opposite page 
67 represents Indians worshipping and feasting. The engraving which appears on the 
title is repeated on page 138. 

ScHOLTz (K. A.) Die Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Ame- 
rika, in wissenschaftlicher, staatsrechtlicher und oconomischer 
Beziehung. ... Zw^eite Auflage. Baltimore. 1859. ^^^• 

ScHOMBERG (I.) Naval Chronology; or, an Historical Sum- 
mary of Naval and Maritime Events, from the time of the Romans 
to the Treaty of Peace, 1802. ... By Isaac Schomberg. ... Lon- 
don: Printed for T. Egerton ... 1802. 5 vols., 8vo. N. 77778 

Schomberg. The Naval Chronology, or an Historical Sum- 
mary of Naval and Maritime Events, including authentic accounts 
of the most remarkable engagements in which the British flag 
has ever been so eminently distinguished. ... By Isaac Schom- 
berg. ... London. 1815. 5 vols., 8vo. A. 77779 

ScHOMBURGK (R.) Reisen in Britisch-Guiana in den Jahren 
1 840- 1 844. Im Auftrag S^ Majestat des Konigs von Preussen 
ausgefiihrt von Richard Schomburgk. Nebst einer Fauna und 
Flora Guiana's nach Vorlagen von Johannes Miiller, Ehrenberg, 
Erichson, Klotzsch, Troschel, Cabanis und andern. Mit Abbil- 
dungen und einer Karte von Britisch-Guiana aufgenommen von 
Sir Robert Schomburgk ... Leipzig: J. J. Weber. 1847-48. 3 
vols., imp. 8vo, pp. viii, x, 469; xiii, 530, (2); viii, (2), 533- 
1260, (i). 2 Maps and 16 Plates. 7778o 

Some copies were printed on large paper. The third volume, whicli lelates to the 
fauna and flora, is often found separate. 

Schomburgk (R. H.) Commercial Statistics of the Repub- 
lics in South America. By Sir Robert H. Schomburgk. Lon- 
don. 184B. 8vo. 77781 

Schomburgk. A Description of British Guiana, Geograph- 
ical and Statistical: Exhibiting its Resources and Capabilities, 
together with the Present and Future Condition and Prospects of 



SCHOMBURGK. 



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the Colony. By Robert H. Schomburgk, Esq. London: Simp- 
kin^ Marshall^ and Co. 1840. 8vo, pp. (4), 155. Map. A., c. 

ScHOMBURGK. Description of the Murichi, or the Ita Palm 
of Guiana. By Sir R. H. Schomburgk. London. 1845. ^"^o. 
Woodcut. 77783 

Schomburgk. Geographisch-Statistische Beschreibung von 
Britisch Guiana ... ubersetzt von O. A. Schomburgk ... Mag- 
deburg. 1 84 1. 8vo. Map. 77784 

Schomburgk. The History of Barbados ; comprising a Geo- 
graphical and Statistical Description of the Island ; a Sketch of 
the Historical Events since the Settlement ; and an Account of 
its Geology and Natural Productions. By Sir Robert H. Schom- 
burgk, PH.D. ... London: Longman., Brown., Green and Longmans. 
1848. Rl. 8vo, pp. XX, 725, Illustrated title and 8 Plates. 
Large Map. a., b., c, p. 77785 

The large folded map is usually found separate in a case. It is entitled " A Topo- 
graphical Map of the Island of Barbados, based upon Mayo's original survey in 1721, 
and corrected to the year 1846. By Sir Robert H. Schomburgk, k.r.e. London: 
Longman, Broivn & Co. 1847." 

Schomburgk. Journal of an Expedition from Pirara to the 
Upper Corentyne and from thence to Demerara. By Sir R. H. 
Schomburgk. London. 1845. 8vo. Map. 77786 

Schomburgk. Lake Parima (the "El Dorado" of Sir Wal- 
ter Raleigh) and the Geography of Guiana. By Sir R. H. 
Schomburgk. London. 1845. 8vo. 777^7 

Schomburgk. The Natural History of the Fishes of Guiana. 
... By Robert H. Schomburgk, Esq. ... Edinburgh : JV. H. 
Lizars ... S. High ley ... London; and IV. Curry., J^"- ''^^''^ ^''^ 
Dublin. 1841-43. 2 vols., fcap 8vo, pp. iii, (6), ix-xvi, (2), slip 
of erratum, 17-263 ; iii, (4), xi-xv, (2), 17-214, (2). Engraved 
titles, 2 Portraits, and 61 colored Plates. L. 77788 

Besides the above title, each volume has the engraved and printed titles of the series, 
the latter as foUowrs : "The Naturalist's Library. Conducted by Sir William Jardine, 
Bart. F.R.S.K., r.L.s., &c. &c. Ichthyology. VoL in. [and v.] Fislies of Guiana. 
Part I. [and ;i.] By Robert il. Schomburgk, Esq.," with the same imprints and 
dates as the other titles. 

Reissued without the special titles, with only the engraved and printed titles of the 
series, as "Tlie Naturalist's Library. Edited by Sir William Jardine, Bart., f.r.s.e., 
F.L.S., etc., etc. Vol. xxx. [and xx;<i.] Ichthyology. Fishes of British Guiana. 
Part 1st. [and Part 2d.] By R. H. Schorr.burgk, Esq.," witli the same imprints as 
above, but with both volumes dated 1843, 2 vols., fcap 8vo, pp. (2), ix-xvi, slip of 
erratum, 17-263; (2), xi-xv, (2), 17-214. Engraved titles, 2 Portraits, and 61 
colored Plates, l. 



44 SCHOMBURGK. 

Reissued again as "The Naturalist's Library. Edited by Sir William Jardine, Bart. 
F.R.S.E., r.L.s., etc., etc. Vol. xxxix. [and Vol. xl.] Ichthyology. Fishes of British 
Guiana. — Part i. [and Part ii.] By R. H. Schomburgk, Esq. Edinburgh: W. H. 
Lizars, 3, St. JamtC Square. London : Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Co-vent Garden. 
i860. 2 vols., fcap 8vo, pp. (8), 17-263,- (8), 17-214. Engraved titles, 2 Portraits, 
and 61 colored Plates, l. 

Schomburgk. On the Natives of Guiana. By Robert H. 
Schomburgic. [^Edinburgh. 1846.] 8vo, pp. 24. Plate. 

Schomburgk. On the Urari, or Arrow Poison of the Indians 
of Guiana. By Sir R. H. Schomburgk. London. 1857. ^^*'" 

Schomburgk. Robert Hermann Schomburgk's Reisen in 
Guiana und am Orinoko wahrend der Jahre 1835-1839. ... Her- 
ausgegeben von O. A. Schomburgk, mit einem Vorvi^ort von 
Alexander Von Humboldt und dessen Abhandlung iiber einige 
wichtige astronomische Positionen Guiana's. Mit 6 colorirten 
Ansichten und einer Karte. Leipzig.^ 184 1. Verlag von Georg 
Wigand. Rl. 8vo, pp. xxiv, 510. Map and 6 Plates. b. 

Some copies were printed on large vellum paper. 

Schomburgk. Remarks to accompany a Comparative Voca- 
bulary of eighteen languages and dialects of Indian Tribes inhab- 
iting Guiana. By Sir Robert H. Schomburgk. London. 1848. 
8vo, title, and pp. 20. 77792 

Schomburgk. Report of an Expedition into the Interior of 
British Guayana in 1835-6. By Robert Hermann Schomburgk, 
Esq. ... \London. 1837.?] 8vo, pp. 61. ba. 77793 

From the "Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London," vol. vi. The 
cover-title reads "Expedition into the Interior of British Guayana in 1835-6. By 
Robert H. Schomburgk, Esq. ..." 

Schomburgk. Researches in Guayana in 1837-9. By R. 
H. Schomburgk, Esq. London: John Murray. 1840. 8vo, pp. 
109. Map. 77794 

From the "Journal of the Royal Geographical Society," vol. x. 

Schomburgk. Resena de los principales puertos y puntos de 
anglaje de la costa de la Republica Dominicana. Per Sir Robert 
H. Schomburgk. Traducido de la reimpresion del original que 
se halla en el Nautical Magazine de Londres, ano 1853, 7 P"^'"- 
cado por F. A. R. Santo- Domingo. 1853. ^"^- 4^°' PP- 3^* 

Schomburgk. Twelve Views in the Interior of Guiana ; 
from Drawings executed by Mr. Charles Bentley, after Sketches 
taken during the Expedition carried on in the years 1835-39. 



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With descriptive Letter-Press by R. H. Schomburgk, Esq. Lon- 
don : Ackerman ^ Co. 1841. Rl. folio, pp. (8), 38. Map and 12 
colored Plates. c. 77796 

Some copies were printed on large paper. 

Schomburgk. Versuch einer Fauna und Flora von Britisch- 
Guiana. See No. 77780, supra. 

Also: Anegada Island and Reef ... London. 1S34. 410. — Die Barbacenia Alex- 
andrinae und Alexandra Imperatricis entdeckt und beschrieben ... Braunschiveig. 1845. 
4to. Plate. — Beschreibung dreier neuen Pflanzen aus dem Flussgebiete des Carimani 
... [n. p. n. d.] 8vo. — Description of Calycophyllum Stanleyanum ... London. 
1844. 4to. Plate. — Description of some Grasses and Sedges from the East Coast of 
Demerara ... \_London. n. d.] 8vo. — Karte von Britisch-Guiana ... Berlin. 1846. 
Folded. — On two new Species of Laurineae from Guiana ... London, [n. d.] 4to. — 
Die Rapatea Friderici Augusti und Saxo-Fridericia Regalis entdeckt und beschrieben 
... Braunschiveig. 1845. 4to. Plates. — Sobralia Elisabethae, eine neue Species der 
Orchideen ... [n. p. n. d.] 4to. Plates. — Utricularia Humboldtii, eine neue Pflan- 
zen-Species ... [n. p. n. d.] 4to. Plate. 

Ein schon weltlich | Lied. | \_Philadelphia : Anton Armbruester. 
1764.] Folio, I leaf. h.s.p. 77797 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Ein schone Newe zeytung. See Vol. iv., No. 16956. 

ScHoNER (J.), b. 1477, d. 1547. Appendices Joannis Schoner 
Cha-| rolipolitani in opusculum Globi | Astriferi nuper ab code 
editu. I [Colophon :]] ^ Nurenberge ex o^c'ina lohannts Stuchs. | Anno 
Christi., 1518.1 4to, 6 leaves. 7779^ 

Title from Coote's bibliography of Schoner's works, from a copy in the British Mu- 
seum, containing but five leaves. This tract is described in Leclerc's " Bibliotheca 
Americana," 1878, No. 535, as containing on the recto of the second leaf and also on 
the verso of the last leaf an engraving of a terrestrial globe with the inscription Tjp-vs 
globi Astriferi. The work to which it is a supplement is described under No. 77808, 
infra. 

Schoner. Appendi|ces loannis Schoner | Charolipolitani in| 
opusculum Globi Astriferi nu|per ab eodem aeditum. ] [Colo- 
phon:] ^ Antuerpice ex ojfficina typograph'tca Marti\ni Ccesar'is. 
impensis honest't viri RoIandi\ Bollard! . 1527. | l2nno, 32 leaves. 

Title from Coote, No. lo, from a copy in the British Museum. This edition also 
contains a reprint of the "Solidi ac Spherici corporis ... canones," following the 
" Appendices." 

Schoner. De Nvper | svb Castiliae ac Portvga-jliae Regibus 
Serenissimis repertis Insulis ac Regi-| onibus, loannis Schoner 
Charolipolitani episto|la & Globus Geographicus, seriem nauiga ] 
tionum annotantibus. Clarissimo at-|q; disertissimo uiro Dno 



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Reyme-|ro de Streytpergk, ecclesiae | Babenbergensis Cano|nico 
dicatae. | 

Cum noua delectent, fama testante loquaci, 
Quae recreare queunt, hie noua lector habes. 

Cum priuilegio Imperiali denuo | roborato ad annos octo &c. | 
[Colophon:] Timirip^^ Anno Incarnationis do\minica Miliesimo 
quingente-\simo uige5imoter\tio.\ [1523.] Sm. 8vo, 4 unnumbered 
leaves. 77800 

The name Timiripa, "which is the grascised equivalent for Schoner's rural abode on 
the banks of the Ebrenbach" has been identified by Mr. C. H. Coote of the British 
Museum as the village of Kirch-ehrenbach, situated about four miles south-east of 
Bamberg. It is probable that the tract was printed there on the author's own printing- 
press. Attention was first called to this extremely rare piece by Senhor Varnhagen in 
his " Nouvelles Recherches" concerning Amerigo Vespucci [Vienna, 1869?), p. 20, 
where he described a copy in the Imperial Library at Vienna. A copy is also in the 
British Museum. A third copy, bound with a Honter of 1549, was sold at auction in 
Paris in 1867 (Leclerc's " Bibliotheca Americana," No. 733); and again in 1869 
(Maisonneuve's "Bibliotheca Historica," No. 11 86). The work contains a brief 
sketch of the Spanish and Portuguese voyages to the East and West Indies, from Vasco 
de Gama to Ferdinand Magellan. It has been reprinted in Dr. Wieser's " Magalhaes- 
Strasse," pp. 1 18-122, and also by Henry Stevens and Senhor Varnhagen as described 
below, under Nos. 77803 and 77807. 

The terrestrial globe to which it relates is a woodcut engraving measuring about 
24^" XII inches, printed on two leaves and divided into twelve gores, to be cut and 
mounted on a sphere. It contains the earliest cartographical representation of the dis- 
coveries of Magellan in the first voyage round the world in 1 519-1522, the path of 
which is lined out from beginning to end. In this globe, as Mr. Stevens remarks, 
Schoner "projected and worked out the 360° of the world in a far more correct and 
intelligible manner than ever !iad been done before. 'I'he discoveries of Columbus 
were placed in their true positions, the duplicate Cuba was eliminated ; the discoveries 
of Juan Ponce de Leon of 15 12— 13 were posted up. The Voy.iges of Hernandez de 
Cordova 15 17-18, Grijalva of 15 i8, Cortes and Garay 15 19, were all given a place, as 
well as those of Nunez de Balboa in 1 51 3. Then the Globe was blown out and all 
the length and breadth of the Pacific put in, Ptolemy's world shrivelled up, and the 
islands of the sea drummed together; Florida is here named for the first time in print, 
and the Moluccas have found a local habitation and their true places as well as many 
of the real isles of the sea : while all the monsters and bogus elements ot American 
geography are made to disappear." The name America was also purposely omitted, 
although it had been used by Schoner on his two earlier globes. The only copy known 
of this globe-map was brought to light in 1884, by Ludwig Pvoscr.thal, a bookseller ot 
Munich, who offered it for sale in 1885 (Catalogue xlii, No. 136). It was first iden- 
tified in 1884 as the long lost third globe of Schoner by Dr. Franz Wieser of Inns- 
bruck, who published an account of the map in 1888. Its great importance was 
afterwards recognized by the late Mr. Henry Stevens, who purchased and subsequently 
sold it for a very large sum to Mr. Charles H. Kalbfleisch of New York, in whose 
unrivaled collection it now remains. A fac-simile accompanies Dr. Wieser's papei, 
and another was published witli Stevens's " Johann Schiincr." 

Schoner. Globi Stel-j liferi, sive sphoerae stel j larum fixaru 
usus, & explicatioiies, quibus quicquid | de primo mobili demon- 
strari solet, id uniuersum | piope continetur, Directionum aute 
ipsarum quas | uocant, ratio accuratiss. est exposita. Autore 



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Ioanne|Schonero Carolostadio, atq3 hzec omnia mult6|quam ante 
emendatiora & copiosiora singula- 1 ri cura ac studio in luceni edita 
fuerejAnno Christi| m. d. xxxiii. j loach. Camerarij | [ten lines in 
verse.] | [Colophon:] Excudebatur Norimhergce anno 1533. 4to, 
28 leaves. jbm. 77801 

A hand-book to accompany Schoner's celestial globe. The dedication is dated "E 
Norico nonis Junij." A copy of this work, bound with the " Opusculum Geographi- 
cum " of 1533, is described in Leclerc's " Bibliotheca Americana," 187S, No. 536, as 
containing on the verso of the title the same teriestrial globe tliat appeared in the 
"Appendices" of 1518. It was reprinted in 1548 as an appendix to the work of 
Gemma Phrysius. See Vol. vii., No. 26856. 

ScHONER. loannis Scho- | neri Carolostadii Opvscv- | Ivm Geo- 
graphicvm ex diveisorvm li|bris ac cartis suinma cura & diligentia 
colle-|ctum, accomodatum ad recenter ela-|boratum ab eodem 
globum de- I scriptionis terrenae. | loachimi Camerarii. | 

Forte oculis clari spectas qui sidera coeli 

In subiectuni etiam lumina flecte solum 

Non est res indigna tua ista cupidine lector, 

Ilia magis pulcra est, haec quoqj pulcra tamen. 

(2uid dubitas : si de aetheria uitam trahis aura, 

Pabula sed tellus & tibi prsbet iter. 

Hanc uis, quanta patet, bieuibus cognoscere cartis. 

Hoc modicum lustrans perspice lector opus. 

Nee quae sunt olim nee quae modo scripta requires 

Cuncta tibi paruo plana futura libro. 

\_Norimhergae. 1 533.] 4to, 22 unnumbered leaves. bm., j.c.b. 

On the verso of the title is a woodcut of the globe which was made to accompany 
tlie book. The dedication is dated "Ex utbe Norica Id. Nouembris. Anno xxxiii." 
Chapters .xx. and xxi. relate to " Regiones extra Ptolemsum," and the last page con- 
tains a notice of Brazil. This work exhibits a remarkable change in Schoner's geo- 
graphical opinions. The claims of Vespucius and the name ^'imerka are here both 
rejected, the whole new world described as a part of Asia, and the city of Mexico 
Identified with Ouinsay in China. See Leclerc's *' Biblioiheca Americana," 1878, No. 

The only known copy of Schoner's _/bK'7^ globe is in the Military Library at Wei- 
mar. It is without date or name of the maker, but has been identified by Dr. Wieser 
as the globe wliich was made to accompany the above work in i 533. A facsimile of 
the portion containing the South American continent is given in Wieser's "Magalhaes- 
Strasse," plate v. See Winsor's "Bibliography of Ptolemy's Geography," p. i 6. 

ScHONER. Johann Schoner Professor of Mathematics at Nu- 
remberg A Reproduction of his Globe of 1523 long lost His 
Dedicatory Letter to Reymer von Streytperck and the ' De Mo- 
Ivccis' of Maximilianus Transylvanus With New Translations 
and Notes on the Globe By Henry Stevens of Vermont ... 
Edited with an Introduction and Bibliography By C. H. Coote 
Dept. of Printed Books British Museum ... London Henry Stevens 
^ Son MDCCCLXxxviii i6mo, pp. xiv, (49), 95-206, (i). Por- 



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trait of Schoner, Plate opposite p. 102, and Facsimiles of six 
Maps on 3 sheets. 77803 

Also printed on large paper in octavo. The letter of Schoner (No. 77800, supra,) 
and the work of Maximilianus Transylvanus are here reproduced in exact facsimile, 
with English translations. The facsimile maps comprise: (i) The Hunt-Lenox Globe 
of 1506-7; (2) the Boulonger Globe accompanying the " Cosmographiae Introduc- 
tio" of 1514-17; (3) the western half of Schoner's first globe of 1515; (4) the 
western half of Schoner's second globe of 1520; (5) Schoner's third globe of 1523 ; 
and (6) a portion of the "Cantino" map of 1502. 

[Schoner.] Luculentissima quaeda | terrae totius descriptio : 
cu multis vtilissimis Cos-| mographiae iniciis. Nouaqj & q ante 
fuit verior Europae nostrae forma- |tio. Praeterea, Fluuioru: mon- 
tiu : prouintiaru : Vrbiu : & gentium qpluri-|moru vetustissima 
nomina recentioribus admixta vocabulis. Multa etia|quae diligens 
lector noua vsuiq3 futura inueniet. | Ad Lectore Joannis Hiltner 
Lichtenfelsen. | Epigramma. | 

Qua pateat siccum : quaue Aequora parte tegendo 

lampridem ex oculis eripuere solum 
Vtq3 suis currant quaeq3 in regionibus vndae 

Quo niteat tellus vrbibus ipsa loco 
Qui seruent Elicen nauta : quibus imminet Arctos 

Et quos opposita sydera parte pramunt 
Deniq3 quicquid habet terra spaciosior orbis 

Detegit hoc paruum candide lector opus. 

Cum Priuilegio Inuictis. Romanoru Impera. | Maximiliani per 
Octo annos : ne quis imprimat : | aut imprimere procure! codices 
hos : cum Globis | Cosmographicis : sub mulcta quinquaginta 
flore-jnorum Renen. et amissione omniu exemplarium. | [Colo- 
phon on leaf 65 :] ^ Impressum Noriberga i excusoria officina ( 
loannis Stuchssen. Anno domini. 1515.I 4to. L. 77804 

Collation: 14 preliminary leaves, and a slip containing eight lines of errata ; leaf 
containing a large woodcut of a globe entitled "Orbis Typvs," verso blank; and leaves 
1-65, verso of last one blank. Sig. a in eight, b in six, A and B in eights, C-G in 
fours, H-K in eights, and L in six, including the "Orbis Typvs." 

On the verso of the title is a large woodcut coat of arms. The dedication, " Reue- 
rendissimo in chri|sto Patri ac domino. Diio Georgio ecclesiae | Babenbergen. Episcopo 
dignissimo: domino ac patrono suo grati-|osissimo : loannes Schoner Charolipolitanus : 
praesbyter: Mathema|ticus humilime sese comendat," dated at Bamberg, "NonoCalen- 
das Aprilis," is on the recto of the second leaf. This is followed on the verso by 
another, "Clarissimo Viro Bili|baldo Pyrckhaymer Patricio haudno Se|natori Norico : 
dfio & amico suo venerando ludochus Rocho-|merus Noribergen. Artium & Medicina 
doctor : felicitatem." The third leaf contains on the recto a Latin poem with the 
heading, " loann. Stabivs Avs. Poe. Lav. de Glo-|bo Cosmographico honorabi-|lis viri 
domini loannis Scho|ner Sacerdotis Baben|bergensis," which is followed on the verso 
by another with the caption, " Fratris Nicolai Hortvlani| Epigramma in Commfn [i(V] ( 
dationem libri | et avctoris." The index, with the heading "Reglonvm Inventarivm," 
begins on the recto of the fourth leaf, and ends on the lower part of the recto of the 
thirteenth. The list of " Emendatiunes crratuum Calcographi " begins on the lower 
part of the same page, and ends on the verso of the fourteenth leaf. Between these 



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twd leaves fb5 and b6), in the Lenox copy, is pasted the slip of additional errata men- 
tioned in the above collation. The first leaf of signature A, which follows next, con- 
tains a large woodcut of a globe on a stand, with the words " Orbis Typvs " in the 
upper part. Underneath are the following lines : 

Hexastichos loannis Coclei in libellum 

Ecce liber paruus, res magna, ars multa Mathesis 

Pulcer opus pulcrum condidit arte noua. 
Cernere quippe licet tractus terrae orbe sub isto 

Quae regio Antipodas miraqj monstra ferat 
Quae ignotae gentes Antarctica sydera spectent 

Quas calor exurat, guas praemat algor iners. 

An engraving of a " Sphera circulorum " is on the verso of leaf 4, and another of a 
globe on the recto of leaf 16. The part relating to the new world begins on the recto 
of leaf 60, with the heading, "Capitv. xi. De America qvarta orbis parte cum aliis 
nouis insulis appositis," and ends on the verso of leaf 61. In this chapter the sugges- 
tion of Waltzemiiller in the " Cosmographiae Introductio" is adopted, and the name 
"America siue Amerigen nouus mundus" is derived " ab eius inuetore Americo Ves- 
putio viro sagacis ingenii : qui eam reperit Anno domini. 1497." Preceding the colo- 
phon on leaf 65 are eighteen lines of Latin verse with the heading, " De clarissimo 
quodam Globo Ioan|nis Schoner : omnes Astrorum imagines continente :|aliquot versus 
loannis Hiltner." 

Tliere is a copy of this book in the Library of Congress at Washington (collection 
of Peter Force), lacking the fourteen preliminary leaves, which has been described by 
Mr. Harrisse in his " Bibliotheca Americana Vetustissima," No. 81, as "one of the 
forms in wiiich the Luculentissima is sometimes found." It does not seem probable, 
however, that any copies were originally issued in such an imperfect state. A perfect 
copy was priced by Quaritch (Catalogue, part xii.. No. 28129) '" 1886 at £25. 

This geographical description of the world was prepared to accompany the terrestrial 
globe mentioned in the privilege on the title-page and in the verses on the third leaf. 
Two copies of that globe are now known to be extant, one at Frankfort on the Main, 
and the other in the Military Library at Weimar. Although undated and without the 
name of the maker, they have both been identified as Schoner 's first globe made at 
Bamberg, and ascribed to the year 1515, by Dr. Franz Wieser in his "Magalhaes- 
Strasse," Innsbruck, 1881. A complete facsimile, colored to resemble the original, is 
given in Jomard's "Monuments de la Geographic," plate xvii, from the copy at Frank- 
fort, with the title, "Globe terrestre de la i"''^. moitie du xvi^*. siecle conserve a Franck- 
fort sur le Mein." Facsimiles of the western hemisphere are also given in Wieser's 
work, plate 2, from Jomard's facsimile, with corrections from the copy at Weimar ; 
in Winsor's "Narrative and Critical History of America," vol. 11., p. 118; and in 
Henry Stevens's "Johann Schoner," fig. 3, from Wieser. The globe was probably 
first printed on paper in gores, and afterwards cut and mounted on a wooden sphere. 
According to Dr. Wieser it is the earliest globe bearing the name America, which 
appears on the southern continent, with Brasttie Regio on another continent below. 
This statement, however, has been controverted, as there are at least two other printed 
globe-maps which may well cL.im precedence. For a description of them see Waldsee- 
miiiler (M.) 

In 1520, Schoner brought out his second globe at Bamberg, at the cost of his friend 
Johann Sayler. Like the globe of 1515, it appears to have been first printed on paper 
and afterwards mounted on a wooden sphere. The only known copy is in the town 
library at Nuremberg. It bears the inscription, " Perfecit eum Bambergae 1520. Joh. 
Schonerus." The inscription America vel Brasilia si-ve PapagaUi terra here appears on 
the southern continent, and the name Brasilia Inferior on another continent below. 
Facsimiles of it in whole or in part are given in the atlases of Santarem and Lelewel, 
in Ghillany's work on Martin Behaim, in Wieser's " Magalhaes-Strasse," in Winsor's 



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"Narrative and Critical History of America," ii. 119, in Stevens's "Joiiann Schoner,' 
and in other woriis. See Winsor's "Bibliography of Ptolemy's Geography," pp. 13, 
15, 16, for other references. 

ScHoNER. Opera | Mathematica | loannis Schoneri | Carolo- 
stadii in vnvm volumen | congesta, et publicae vtilitati | studiosorum 
omnium, ac celebri famas Norici | nominis d\cRta.\ Impressa Norin- 
berga in officina loannis Montani l^ Vlrici Nevberi Anno Domini 
M. D. LI. Folio. Portrait of Schoner. A., bm. 77805 

■ This collection contains the treatises "Globi Stelliferi ... vsus," " De Globi Terres- 
tris vsv," etc. Mr. C. H. Cootc ("Bibliography of Schoner's Works," No. 40,) 
describes another edition of the m.ithematical works printed at the same place and in 
the same year, but without a general title. Mr. C. H. Kalbfleisch informs me that he 
has an edition of Schoner's works, thick folio, 1551, which is not in Mr. Coote's list. 

Schoner. Opera | Mathematica | loannis Schoneri | Carolo- 
stadii in vnvm volumen | congesta ... Denvo ab authoris Filio 
correcta & locupleta. bnpressa Noriherga in officina loannis Mon- 
tani ^ Vlrici Neuheri. MDLXi. Folio. Portrait of Schoner. a. 

Title from Coote's bibliography. No. 44. 

Schoner. Reimpression fidele d'une lettre de Jean Schoner a 
propos de son Globe, Ecrit en 1523. St. -Peter sbourg : Imprimerie 
de Rbttger & Schneider. 1872. 8vo, 6 unnumbered leaves, includ- 
ing the above title and the " advertencia." ba. 77807 

A reprint of No. 77800, supra, edited by Senhor Varnhagen, and limited to an edi- 
tion of forty copies. 

Schoner. Solidi ac Sphaerici Corporis siue Globi Astro |no- 
mici Canones Vsum & expedita praxim eiusde exprometes. | 
Totaq3 directionum artem ordinatissima serie edocentes. | Per 
Toanne Schoner Charolipolitanu Ostrofrancuj Mathematicu nuper 
in lucem editi. | [Colophon :J Nurenbergce ex officina solertis viri 
lo. Stuchs. Anno Christi 15 17. 4to, 23 leaves. BM. 77808 

Title from Coote's bibliography, No. 3. See the note to the "Appendices" to this 
work, No. 77799, supra. Reprinted as a part of Nos. 77805, 77806, supra. 

Schoning (Gerhard). A f handling om de Norskes og endeel 
andre Nordiske Folkes Oprindclse som Inledning til den Norske 
Historic. Anhang om Tiids-Regningen i dem gamle Nordiske 
historic til Harald Haarfager's Tiider ... Sorbe. 1769. 4to. A. 

Contains an account of the voyages of the Northmen to America. 

Schoning. Norges Riiges Historic indeholdende Riigets aeld- 
ste Historic fra dets Begyndelse til Kong Olaf Trygguesons 
Ankomst til Regicrungen ... Kiobenhavn. 1771-1781. 3 vols., 
4to. A. 77810 



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Vol. I. No. 3. The School and Family Visitor, a Monthly 
Journal for l^eachers. Parents, and Children. Edited by W. N. 
Hailman. Official Organ of the State Superintendent of Public 
Instruction. June, 1864. Louisville^ Ky.: Bradley & Gilbert. 
1864. 8vo, pp. 99-139. 778 1 1 

The School Boy's Oration on the State of the Country. 
\_New Tork^ March 17, 1863.] 8vo, pp. 4. 77812 

The School for Colored Girls, Washington, D, C. [Address 
of the Teacher, M. Miner, to the Public] Philadelphia : Mer- 
rihew ^ Thompson's Steam Power Press. 1854. i2mo, pp. 12. M. 

The School for Husbands, a Sentimental Novel. In Two 
Volumes. ... Philadelphia : "James Humphrey s.^ junior. 1774. 
i2mo. 77814 

Title from Hildeburn. 

The School for Orators ; or a Peep at the Forum : a Farce. 
... (From the first London edition of 1809.) ^ew York: David 
Longworth. 18 10. l6mo, pp. 34, (2). B. 77815 

The School for Politicians ; or, Non-Committal. A Comedy 
in Five Acts. New York. 1840. 8vo, pp. v, 179. a. 77816 

Altered from the French of Eugene Scribe. 

The I School | for | Scandal. | A | Comedy. | ... | The Third Edi- 
tion. I ... I London : Printed. | Philadelphia ; \ Re-printed and Sold by 
Thomas Bradford.^ at the\ Coffee- House. \ M. DCC. Lxxix. | 8vo, pp. 
iv, (2), 46. j.c.B. 77817 

A political adaptation of Sheridan's play. Title and note from Hildeburn. 

The I School for Wives : | A | Comedy. | As it is performed at 
the I Theatre-Royal | in | Drury-Lane. | The Sixth Edition. | Phila- 
delphia : I Re-printed and Sold by John Dunlap.^ | in Market-street. \ 
MDCCLXXiv.| i6mo, pp. loi. H.s.p. 77818 

By Hugh Kelly. Title from Hildeburn. 

The School Hymn-Book ; for Normal, High, and Grammar 
Schools. Fifth Edition. Boston : Crosby.^ Nichols and Company. 
1856. i2mo, pp. xxvii, 236. B. 77819 

The School Journal and Vermont Agriculturist. ... Windsor. 
1848-1850. 3 vols., 8vo. 77820 

The School Laboratory of Physical Science, Edited by Prof. 
Gustavus Hinrichs. ... Published Quarterly by the Editor. Iowa 



52 SCHOOL. 

City^ Iowa : Griggs^ IVatson & Day^ Printers. 1 87 1. 8vo, pp. 28. 
Continued. 77821 

The School Magazine. No. i. Boston: Carter and Hendee. 
[1829.] i6mo, pp. 24. B., M. 77822 

The School Master, and Advocate of Education ; for the use 
of Families, Teachers, and Schools. Edited by J. Frost ... . 
Philadelphia: N. Marshall & Co. [1836.] 8vo, pp. (2), 32. 

Vol. I. No. I. January, 1836. See also Schoolmaster, infra. 

Vol. I. No. 5. The School Monthly. Published by The 
Milwaukee Teachers' Association, ... Milwaukee. [1868.] 8vo, 
pp. 153-184. 77824 

The School of Good Manners ... Fourth Edition. Boston: 
Sold by B. Eliot. 1732. i8mo. 77825 

The School of Good Manners, composed for the help of 
Parents in teaching their Children how to carry it in their places 
during their minority. ... [n. p.] Printed in 1805. 24mo, pp. 48. 
B. -{- IVindsor., Vt. 18 15. 24mo. -\- Providence. 1828. i8mo. 

The School of Good Manners. Composed for the help of 
Parents in teaching their Children how to behave in Youth. 
Revised and amended. ... Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School 
Society. 1846. i8mo, pp. 72. H. 77827 

The School of Reform, or Seaman's Safe Pilot to the Cape of 
Good Hope. By the Seaman's Friend. ... Boston: Printed by 
John Eliot. 1816. l6mo, pp. 12. H. 77828 

The School of the Guides, for the Army of the Confederate 
States. Griff n., Ga. 1861. i2mo. 77829 

By Colonel Eugene Le Gai. 

The School of the Guides, for the use of the Army of the 
Confederate States. With Questions. Twenty-eight Illustra- 
tions. Richmond.^ Va. : IVest iff "Johnston. 1862. l2mo, pp. 71. 

By Colonel Le Gal. For another edition iee Vol. x., No. 39846. 

The School of Wisdom ; or American Monitor. Containing 
... elegant extracts, ... on morals, religion, and government. ... 
Philadelphia: Printed for Mathew Carey. 1800. l2mo, pp. xii, 
5-304. B., P. 77831 

The School System of Maryland. See [Van Bokkelen (L.)] 



SCHOOLCRAFT. 



Schoolcraft (H. R.), b. 1793, d. 1864. An Address deliv- 
ered before the Chippewa County Temperance Society, on the 
Influence of Ardent Spirits, on the Condition of the North 
American Indians. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. May 8th, 1832. 
Detroit: Printed by Geo. L. Whitney. 1832. 8vo, pp. 13. B., ba. 

Schoolcraft. An Address delivered before the Was-ah 
Ho-de-no-son-ne or New^ Confederacy of the Iroquois, by Henry 
R. Schoolcraft, a member, at its third Annual Council, August 
14, 1846. Also Genundewah, a Poem, by W. H. C. Hosmer, 
a member ; pronounced on the same occasion. Published by 
the Confederacy. Rochester: Printed by 'Jerome & Brother. 1846. 
8vo, pp. 48. B. 77833 

Schoolcraft. An Address at Aurora, Cayuga County, New 
York, before an Association of Young Men for investigating the 
Iroquois history. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. Juburn. 1846. 
8vo, pp. 35. ' 77834 

Schoolcraft. Algic Researches, comprising Inquiries respect- 
ing the Mental Characteristics of the North American Indians. 
First Series. Indian Tales and Legends. In two volumes. ... 
By Henry Rowe Schoolcraft. ... New York : Harper y Brothers., 
82 Cliff-Street. 1839. 2 vols., l2mo, pp. 248; 244. A. 77835 

"The term Algic was invented by Mr. Schoolcraft, to indicate the Algonquin race. 
He composed it tVom the first and final syllables of Alleghany and Atlantic. He dis- 
tinguishes the intruding tribes, into the vast territory covered by the nations of this 
race, as Ostic, which includes the Iroquois and Wyandots." — Field. For a later edi- 
tion, see "The Myth of Hiawatha," No. 77861, infra. 

[ScHOOLCiiAFT.] Alhalla ; or, the Lord of Talladega. A 
Talc of the C'reek War. [In verse.] By Henry Rowe Col- 
craft \sic\. New York: Wiley l^ Putnam. 1843. l2mo, pp. 116. 

Mr. Schoolcraft's great grandfather, who came from England in the early part of 
the eighteenth century and settled in New York colony, was named Calcraft. In 
his old age he taught the first F.nglish school in Albany county, from which circum- 
stance his name was not unnaturally changed by the usage of the people from Calcraft 
to Schoolcraft. The author of the above tale attempted in his own person to revive 
the old family name, but soon abandoned it, and concluded to retain that which was 
begotten upon his native soil. &ee Duyckinck's "Cyclopsdia of American Literature," 
(1875), I. 859-862. 

Schoolcraft. The American Indians. Their History, Con- 
dition and Piospects, from Original Notes and Manuscripts. By 
Henry R. Schoolcraft. Together with an Appendix, containing 
thrilling narratives, daring exploits, etc. etc. New revised edi- 
tion. Auburn. 1850. 8vo, pp. 495. Plates, + Buffalo. 185 1. 

vol. XIX. 4 



54 SCHOOLCRAFT. 

8vo, pp. 495. Plates. + Rochester : Wanzer^ Foot and Co. 185 1. 
8vo, pp. 495. 2 Plates. ba. 77837 

A new edition of "The Indian in his Wigwam," with some additions. For a 
reissue under another title, see "Western Scenes and Reminiscences," No. 77882, infra. 

[Schoolcraft.] Annual Report of the Acting Superintend- 
ent of Indian Affairs for Michigan, made to the Bureau of Indian 
Affairs at Washington, at the close of the fiscal year, 30th Sep- 
tember, 1840. Detroit: Asahel S. Bagg., Printer. 1840. 8vo, pp. 
28, and covers. 77^3^ 

Schoolcraft. Archives of Aboriginal Knowledge. Con- 
taining all the Original Papers laid before Congress respecting 
the History, Antiquities, Language, Ethnology, Pictography, 
Rites, Superstitions, and Mythology, of the Indian Tribes of the 
United States By Henry R. Schoolcraft, ll.d. With Illustra- 
tions. ... In Six Volumes. ... Philadelphia: "J. B. Lippincott t5f 
Co. i860. 6 vols., 4to, pp. xxviii, 13-575; xxiv, 17-614; 642; 
xxvi, 19-674; 718; xxviii, 25-756. Plates. c. 77839 

a reissue of No. 77849, infra, with new titles and some additional pages. This 
edition is numbered by " Volumes " instead of by " Parts." The engraved titles read 
as follows : Information respecting the History Condition and Prospects of the Indian 
Tribes of the United States : Collected and prepared under the Bureau of Indian 
Affairs By Henry R. Schoolcraft, l.l.d. ... Illustrated by Cap.' S. Eastman, u.s.a. and 
other eminent artists. Published by authority of Congress. Philadelphia : y. B. Lip- 
pincott & Co. 

[Schoolcraft.] A Bibliographical Catalogue of Books, 
Translations of the Scriptures, and other publications in the 
Indian Tongues of the United States, with brief critical notices. 
Washington : C. Alexander.^ Printer. 1849. 8vo, pp. 27, (l). 

Half-title : " Literature of the Indian Languages," with a prefatory notice on the 
verso. It is a list of 139 books and tracts in Schoolcraft's possession, many of which 
are now in the library of the Boston Athenaeum. A reprint, enlarged to 150 titles, is 
in vol. IV., pp. 52.3-551 of Schoolcraft's large work on the Indian tribes. 

Schoolcraft. Brief Notices of a Runic Inscription found 
in North America. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. \_Copenhagen. 
1844.] 8vo. 77841 

From the " Memoires de la Societe Royale des Antiquaires du Nord," 1840-44. 

Schoolcraft. Catalogue of the Books, Pamphlets, Auto- 
graph Letters, Original Manuscripts, Documents, &c., belonging 
to the late Henry R. Schoolcraft, the Indian Historian and to 
Mrs. Schoolcraft, Lately Deceased. To be sold at Auction, 
Monday and Tuesday afternoons, November 15 and 16, 1880. 
By Bangs & Co. ... [^Neiu York. 1880.] 8vo, pp. 34. b. 



SCHOOLCRAFT. 55 

Schoolcraft. Constitution of the Algic Society, instituted 
March 28, 1832, for encouraging Missionary Effort in Evangel- 
izing the North Western Tribes, and promoting Education, 
Agriculture, Industry, Peace, & Temperance, among them. To 
which is annexed an Abstract of its Proceedings, together with 
an Introductory Address By Henry R. Schoolcraft, Esq., Presi- 
dent of the Society. Detroit: Cleland ^ Sawyer. 1833. 8vo, 
PP- 23. 77843 

Schoolcraft. Cyclopedia Indianensis : or a General De- 
scription of the Indian Tribes of North and South America. 
Comprising their origin, history, biography, manners and cus- 
toms ; language and religion ; their numbers and divisions into 
tribes, their ethnographical affinities ; territorial possessions and 
geographical and proper names; their antiquities and monumental 
remains, their mythology, hieroglyphics and picture-writing, their 
allegories, oral tales and traditions; their civil polity, arts, employ- 
ments and amusements, and other traits of their character and 
condition, past and present ; together with a comprehensive lexi- 
con of Indian words and phrases. The whole alphabetically 
arranged. By Henry R. Schoolcraft, assisted by a number of 
literary and scientific gentlemen in America and Europe. In 8 
Nos., to make 2 Vols. Royal 8vo., 700 pages each. With por- 
traits of distinguished Chiefs, Engravings of Ancient Ruins, Hie- 
roglyphics, etc.. At $1.50 per No., $6 per volume. New-York : 
Published by Piatt fif Peters., at the office of the American Biblical 
Repository and the American Eclectic, 36 Park Row., opposite the City 
Hall. 1842. University Press., John F. Trow., Printer. Rl. 8vo, 
pp. 16, and printed covers. A. 77844 

A prospectus of a work which was never published. 

Schoolcraft. A Discourse delivered on the Anniversary of 
the Historical Society of Michigan, June 4, 1830. ... By Henry 
R.Schoolcraft. Detroit : Printed by Geo. L. Whitney. 1830. 8vo, 
pp. 44. 77845 

On the fortunes and history of the Indian race. 

Schoolcraft. A Discourse before the Michigan Historical 
Society in 183 1. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. Detroit: Printed 
by G. L. Whitney. 1 83 1. 8vo, pp. 59. 77846 

Schoolcraft and Allen. Expedition to the North-west 
Indians. Letter from The Secretary of War transmitting a Map 
and Report of Lieut. Allen and H. R. Schoolcraft's Visit to the 
North-west Indians in 1832. [Washington. 1834.] 8vo, pp. 68. 



56 



SCHOOLCRAFT. 



[Schoolcraft.] Helderbergia : or the Ajiotheosis of the 
Heroes of the Antirent War. [In verse.] Albany : "J. Mumell^ 
78 State Street. 1855. 8vo, pp. 54, and covers. L. 77848 

Schoolcraft. Historical and Statistical Information, respect- 
ing the History, Condition and Prospects of the Indian Tribes 
of the United States : collected and prepared under the direction 
of the Bureau of Indian Affairs, per Act of Congress of March 
3d, 1847, By Henry R. Schoolcraft, ll.d. Illustrated by S. 
Eastman, Capt. U. S. A. Published by Authority of Congress. 
... Philadelphia : Lippincott^ Grambo iff Company^ {^Successors to 
Griggs Elliot y Co.) 1 851-1857. 6 parts, 410. L. 77849 

Parti., 1851. Half-title, "Ethnological Researches, respecting the Red Man of" 
America;" engraved title, " Historical and Statistical Information," etc. ; printed title 
as above; pp. iii-xviii, 13—568. Plates, colored Lithographs and Maps, numbered 
1-76. 

Part II., 1852. Half-title as in Part i.; engiaved title, "Information respecting 
the History Condition and Prospects," etc.; printed title, "Information respecting the 
History, Condition and Prospects," etc.; pp. (2), vii— xxiv, 17-608. Plates and Maps 
numbered 1-29, 31-78, and 2 Plates exhibiting the Cherokee alphabet and its appli- 
cation. 

Part III., 1853. Half-title as in Part i.; engraved title as in Part 11.; printed title 
as in Part 11.; pp. v-635. Plates and Maps numbered 1-21, 25-45. 



Part IV., 1854. 
as in Part n. ; pp. 

Part v., 1855. 
as in Part 11. ; pp. 

Part VI., 1857. 



Half-title as in Part i.; engraved title as in Part 11.; printed title 
v-xxvi, 19-668. Plates and Maps numbered 1-42. 

Half-title as in Part i.; engraved title as in Part 11.; printed title 
vii-712. 33 Plates and Maps, numbered 1—8, 10-36. 

Half-title, "General History of the North American Indians;" 
printed title, " History of the Indian Tribes of the United States : their Present Con- 
dition and Prospects, and a sketch of their ancient status. Published by order of Con- 
gress, under the direction of the Department of the Interior — Indian Bureau. By 
Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, ll.d. ... With Illustrations by Eminent Artists. In One 
Volume. Part vi. of the Series. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincctt & Co. 1857;" pp. 
(2), vii-xxviii, 25-756. Portrait and 57 Plates, partly selected from the other vol- 
umes. 3 Tables. 

"Schoolcraft's work was intended to be a great encyclopaedia of information relat- 
ing to the American Aborigines. With great earnestness, some fitness for research, 
and a good degree of experience of Indian life, Mr. Schoolcraft had but little learning 
and no scientific training. In consequence, his six volumes are little more than a 
magazine, of such matter relating to the Indians as fell to his hand, including a rehash 
of all which he had before written and printed in numerous other forms. Badly 
arranged, and selected as it is, the work contains a vast mass of really valuable mate- 
rial. It has indeed performed a very important service for Indian history, in collecting 
and preserving an immense amount of historic data. Vocabularies of Indian languages, 
grammatical analyses, legends of various tribes, biographies of chiels and warriors, 
narratives of captivities, histories of Indian wars, emigrations, and theories of tht;ir 
origin, are all related and blended in an extraordinary and perplexing manner. A very 
large number of beautiful steel engravings, representative of some phase of Indian life 
and customs, are contained in the work, but the most valuable of its illustrations are 



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57 



the drawings of weapons, domestic utensils, instruments of gaming and amusement, 
sorcery and medicine, objects of worship, their sculptures, paintings, and fortifications, 
pictograph writing, dwellings, and every form of antiquities, which have been discov- 
ered." — Field. A partial list of the contents of the first five volumes is given in 
Triibner's "Bibliographical Guide to American Literature," pp. 256-259. For later 
issues of the work see "Information respecting the History," etc., No. 77855, iijfra, 
and "Archives of Aboriginal Knowledge," No. 77839, supra. 

Schoolcraft. Historical Considerations on the Siege and 
Defence of Fort Stanwix in 1777. Read before the New- York 
Historical Society June 19th, 1845. ^^Y Henry R. Schoolcraft, 
... New-York : Press of the Historical Society. 1846. 8vo, pp. 29. 

A copy in the library of the Boston Atiienseum has the date in the title incorrectly 
printed 1776 instead of 1777. From the " Proceedings of the New York Historical 
Society," vol. 111., pp. 132-158. 

Schoolcraft. Incentives to the Study of the Ancient Period 
of American History. An Address, delivered before the New- 
York Historical Society, at its forty-second anniversary, 17th 
November, 1S46. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. ... New-York: 
Press of the Historical Society. 1 847. 8vo, pp. 38. L. 7785 1 

Schoolcraft. The Indian in his Wigwam, or Character- 
istics of the Red Race of America. From original notes and 
manuscripts. By Henry R. Schoolcraft ... New York : Deivitt 
& Davenport., Tribune Buildings. 1848. 8vo, pp. (2), 5-416. 
Frontispiece and 2 Plates. -|- Buffalo: Derby & Hewson. 1848. 
8vo, pp. (2), 5-416. Frontispiece and 2 Plates. 77^5^ 

Fiontispiece title: "The Red Race of America. By Henry R. Schoolcraft." Each 
one of the two woodcut plates represents a single figure standing. For the edition of 
1847, in which the two plates differ, see "The Red Race of America," infra; and for 
later editions, see "The American Indians," No. Tl^yi, supra. 



Schoolcraft. Indian Melodies. 
1830. 8vo, pp. 52. 



New York : Elarn Bliss. 

77^53 



Title from Duyckinck's "Cyclopaedia of American Literature." 

[Schoolcraft.] The Indian/Fribes of the United States: 
their History, Antiquities, Customs, Religion, Arts, Language, 
Traditions, Oral Legends and Myths. Edited by Francis S. 
Drake. Illustrated with one hundred fine engravings on steel. 
In two volunies. ... Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott i^ Co. Lon- 
don: 16 Southampton Street., Coven t Garden. 1884. 2 vols., 4to, 
pp. 458; 455. 100 Plates. B. 77854 

" In the following pages tlie attempt has been made to place before the public in a 
convenient and accessible form the results of the life-long labors in the field of aborig- 
inal research of the late Henry R. Schoolcraft." — Preface. 



58 SCHOOLCRAFT. 

Schoolcraft. Information respecting the History, Condition 
and Prospects of the Indian Tribes of the United States : col- 
lected and prepared under the direction of the Bureau of Indian 
Affairs, per Act of Congress of March 3d, 1847, ^Y Henry R. 
Schoolcraft, ll.d. Illustrated by S, Eastman, Capt. U. S. A. 
Published by Authority of Congress. ... Philadelphia : Lippincott, 
Grambo & Company^ [Successors to Griggs Elliot & Co.) 1853-1857. 
6 parts, 4to. 77855 

This differs from No. 77849, supra, only in " Part i.," which is a reissue with new 
titles uniform with the other parts. A cheap edition of the work, printed from the 
same plates on smaller and thinner paper in imperial octavo size, was also published 
under the same title and imprint; but it comprises only the first five volumes, 1853- 
1856, and therefore is incomplete. 

Schoolcraft. Inquiries, respecting the History, Present 
Condition, and Future Prospects, of the Indian Tribes of the 
United States. By Henry R. Schoolcraft, Office Indian Affairs, 
Washington, D. C. Philadelphia : Lippincott^ Gratnbo fff Co., Pub- 
Ushers. 1 85 1. 4to, title, pp. 523-568, and printed covers. 

An extract from Part i. of the " Historical and Statistical Information." 

Schoolcraft. Iosco, or the Vale of Norma. ... Detroit. 
1838. 8vo. 77857 

Title from Duyckinck. 

Schoolcraft. Journal of a Tour into the Interior of Mis- 
souri and Arkansaw, from Potosi, or Mine a Burton, in Missouri 
Territory, in a South-West Direction, toward the Rocky Mount- 
ains ; performed in the years 1818 and 1819. By Henry R. 
Schoolcraft. London: Printed for Sir Richard Phillips and Co. ... 
1821. 8vo, pp. 102. Map. 77858 

A reprint of a portion of Schoolcraft's "View of the Lead Mines of Missouri." 
Pages 92-102 contain a reprint of " Transallegania, or the Groans of Missouri. A 
Poem. By Henry R. Schoolcraft." Some copies contain additional pages, 103-128, 
which are part of another work. The volume forms No. 5 of Vol. iv. of Phillips's 
collection of voyages, but was also issued separately. 

Schoolcraft. The Man of Bronze, or Portraitures of Indian 
Character, delivered before the Algic Society at its Annual Meet- 
ing in 1834. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. Detroit. 1834. 8vo. 

Schoolcraft. A Memoir on the Geological Position of a 
Fossil Tree discovered in the Secondary Rocks of the River Des 
Plaines. Read before the American Geological Society. By 
Henry R. Schoolcraft. ... Jlbatiy : E. and E. Hosford. 1822. 
8vo, pp. 18. B. 77860 



SCHOOLCRAFT. 59 

Schoolcraft. The Myth of Hiawatha, and other Oral Le- 
gends, Mythologic and Allegoric, of the North American Indians. 
By Henry R. Schoolcraft, ll.d. Philadelphia : y. B. Lippincott 
y Co. London : Trilbner &' Co. 1856. i2mo, pp. xxiv, 13-343. 

A reproduction of "Algic Researches," with some additions. 

Schoolcraft. Narrative Journal of Travels through the 
Northwestern Regions of the United States extending from De- 
troit through the great chain of American Lakes, to the Sources 
of the Mississippi River. Performed as a Member of the Expe- 
dition under Governor Cass. In the year 1820. By Henry R. 
Schoolcraft ... Embellished with a Map and Eight Copper Plate 
Engravings. Jlhany : E. iff E. Hosford. 1821. 8vo, pp. 419, 
Index (4), Errata 7 lines. Map, engraved title, and 7 Plates. A. 

Engraved title : " Narrative Journal of Travels, from Detroit Northwest through 
the Great Chain of American Lakes to the sources of the Mississippi River in the year 
1820 By Henry R. Schoolcraft. ... Albany, Published by E. & E. Hosfcrd 1821." 
"The author has interwoven with his narrative a large number of incidents of Indian 
history, personal experiences among the tribes he visited, and sketches of their princi- 
pal characteristics, derived from persons living among them." — Fjeld. Partly reprinted 
in the "Summary Narrative," No. 77878, infra. 

Schoolcraft. Narrative of an Expedition Through the 
Upper Mississippi to Itasca Lake, the actual source of this 
River ; embracing an Exploratory Trip through the St. Croix 
and Burntwood (or Broule) Rivers; in 1832, Under the direc- 
tion of Henry R. Schoolcraft. New- Tor k : Published by Harper 
& Brothers., No. 82 Cliff-Street. 1834. 8vo, pp. (2), 307, (i). 
5 Maps and Plans. a., b. 77863 

"Most of this narrative is occupied with interesting incidents of Indian life and 
character, extracts from manuscript journals of the fur-traders, and traditions of the 
aborigines. Pages 169 to 210 of the Appendix, are devoted to an analysis and vocab- 
ulary of the Chippewa language. The remainder of the volume is filled with the 
official reports of the author, to the government, on the number, disposition, and char- 
acteristics of the Indian tribes he visited, and with biographical sketches of their prin- 
cipal chiefs." — Field. Partly reprinted in the "Summary Narrative," No. 77878, 
infra. 

Schoolcraft. Notes on the Iroquois : or, Contributions to 
the Statistics, Aboriginal History, Antiquities and General Eth- 
nology of Western New-York. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. ... 
New-York : Bartlett & IVelford., Astor House. 1846. 8vo, pp. 
viii, 285, Note (l). A., c, H., P. 77864 

A reissue of the "Report of Mr. Schoolcraft," No. 77874, infra, with a special 
title and list of contents prefixed. 

Schoolcraft. Notes on the Iroquois ; or Contributions to 
American History, Antiquities, and General Ethnology. By 



6o 



SCHOOLCRAFT. 



Henry R. Schoolcraft .... Albany : Erastus H. Pease Cff Co.^ 82 
State Street. 1847. ^^o, pp. xiv, (i), 498. 2 colored Portraits. 

"A much more pretentious but less valuable work than Jiis official report on the 
same subject. It was intended to be a popular reproduction of the material embodied 
therein, but the substitution of a narrative history, based upon and composed of hypoth- 
esis, for substantial facts, even in the unattractive form of an official document, does 
not compensate for the lack of the solid structure of history." — Field. 

Schoolcraft. Notices of some Antique Earthen Vessels 
found in the low Tumuli of Florida, and in the Caves and Burial 
Places of the Indian Tribes North of those latitudes. Read at 
the Monthly Meeting of the New York Historical Society, June, 
1846, By Henry R. Schoolcraft. New York: IVilliam Fan Nor- 
den^ Printer. 1847. ^^o, pp. 15. 2 Plates. BA. 77866 

Schoolcraft. Onedta, or Characteristics of the Red Race 
of America. From Original Notes and Manuscripts. By Henry 
R. Schoolcraft ... New York ^ London : Wiley ^ Putnam. 1845. 
8vo, pp. vi, 5-512. A., B., c. 77867 

Originally issued in eight numbers of 64 pages each, with brown paper covers bear- 
ing the following title : "Oneota, or the Red Race of America : their History, Tradi- 
tions, Customs, Poetry, Picture-writing, &c. In Extracts -from Notes, Journ;.ls, and 
other unpublished writings. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. New York: Published hy Bur- 
pess. Stringer, & Co., No. 222 Broadivay, corner of Ann Street. American Museum Build- 
ings." The first four numbers were published in 1844, beginning with Number i., in 
August; the other four appeared in 1 845. For later editions see "The Red Race of 
America," No. 77872, irifra ; "The Indian in his Wigwam," No. 77852, supra; 
"The American Indians," No. 77837, supra; and "Western Scenes and Reminis- 
cences," No. 77882, infra. 

Schoolcraft. Outline of the Natural History of Michigan. 
A Lecture delivered before the Detroit Lyceum in 1831. By 
Henry R. Schoolcraft. Detroit. 1831. 8vo. 77868 

[Schoolcraft.] Outlines of the Life and Character of Gen. 
Lewis Cass. Albany : Joel Mum ell., Printer. 1848. 8vo, pp. 64. 

Schoolcraft. Personal Memoirs of a Residence of Thirty 
Years with the Indian Tribes on the American Frontiers : with 
brief Notices of passing Events, Facts, and Opinions, A. D. 1812 
to A. D. 1842. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. Philadelphia: Lippin- 
cott., Grambo and Co.., Successors to Grigg., Elliot and Co. 1851. 

A., P. 77870 



8vo, pp. xlviii, 17-703. Portrait. 

[Schoolcraft.] Plan for the 
Ethnology; ... submitted to the ... 
Institution ... in September, 1846. 
ward O. Jenkins. 1846. 8vo, pp. 13. 



Investigation of American 
Regents of the Smithsonian 

Netu York : Printed by Ed- 
B., N. 77871 



SCHOOLCRAFT. 



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Schoolcraft, l^he Red Race of America. By Henry R. 
Schoolcraft. New York : Win. H. Graham^ Tribune Buildings^ 
l6i Nassau Street. 1847. 8vo, title, pp. 5-416, and printed cov- 
ers. 2 Plates. ll^T^ 

Cover-title: "The Indian in his Wigwam, or Characteristics of the Red Race of 
America. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. Neiu-Tork : IV. H. Graham, Tribune Buildings. 
1847." One of the woodcut plates contains figures of two Indians standing, one with 
a tomahawk; the other represents Pocahontas saving the life of Capt. John Smith. 
This is a new edition of " Oneota." For later editions, with different plates, see "The 
Indian in his Wigwam," No. 77852, supra. 

Schoolcraft. Remarks on Native Silver from Michigan. 
By Henry R. Schoolcraft. New 7'ork. 1825. 8vo. 77873 

Schoolcraft. Report Of JVIr. Schoolcraft, to the Secretary 
of State, transmitting the census returns in relation to the Indians. 
\_Jlbany. 1846.] 8vo, pp. 285, Note (l). 77^74 

The above is the heading on page 3. The first page begins : " State of New-York. 
No. 24. In Senate, January 22, 1846. Communication From the Secretary of State, 
transmitting the report of Mr. Schoolcraft, one of the agents appointed to take the 
census or enumeration of the Indians, &c." The censius of the Iroquois fills pp. 3-20; 
and the supplementary report on antiquities, history and ethnology, pp. 21—285. This 
is perhaps the most valuable of Mr. Schoolcraft's works, having been executed after 
persona! examination in an official capacity of all the tribes inhabiting New York. 
The appendix contains vocabularies of the Tuscarora, Moliawk, Cayuga and Oneida 
languages. For a reissue with a special title-page and a list of contents, see " Notes on 
the Iroquois," No. 77864, supra. 

Schoolcraft. Report of the Aboriginal Names and Geo- 
graphical Terminology of the State of New York. Part i. — 
Valley of the Hudson. Made to the Nevi^ York Historical 
Society — by the Committee appointed to prepare a map, etc., and 
read at the stated meeting of the Society, February, 1844. By 
Henry R. Schoolcraft. Published from the Society's Proceed- 
ings for 1844. A^^w^ York : Printed for the Author. 1845. 8vo, 
pp. 43, and covers. II^IS 

Some copies have the imprint altered to: Neiv York: Printed for the Society. 1 845. 
Cover-title : " Mr. Schoolcraft's Report on tlie Aboriginal Names and Geographical 
Terminology of the State of New York. Part 1. — Valley of the Hudson." 

Schoolcraft. I'he Rise of the West, or a Prospect of the 
Mississippi Valley. A Poem. By Henry R. Schoolcraft. New- 
York : Wtlliam Applegate., Printer. 1 84 1. i2mo, pp. 20. "il^']^ 

Duyckinck mentions an edition, Detroit: G. L. Whitney. 1827. izmo, pp. 20. 

Schoolcraft. Scenes and Adventures in the Semi-Alpine 
Region of the Ozark Mountains of Missouri and Arkansas, 
which were first traversed by De Soto, in 1541. ^"j Henry 



62 SCHOOLCRAFT. 

Rowe Schoolcraft. Philadelphia : Ltpptncott^Grambo iff Co. 1853. 
8vo, pp. 256. 3 Plates. 77877 

A new edition of "A View of the Lead Mines of Missouri," No. 77881, infra. 

Schoolcraft. Summary Narrative of an Exploratory Expe- 
dition to the Sources of the Mississippi River, in 1820: resumed 
and completed, by the Discovery of its Origin in Itasca Lake, in 
1832. By Authority of the United States. With Appendixes, 
comprising the original report on the copper mines of Lake Supe- 
rior, and observations on the geology of the lake basins, and the 
summit of the Mississippi ; together with all the official reports 
and scientific papers of both expeditions. By Henry R. School- 
craft. Philadelphia : Lippincott.^ Grarnbo.^ and Co. 1855. 8vo, pp. 
XX, 17-596. 2 Maps. B. 77878 

Half-title : " Discovery of the Sources of the Mississippi River." It contains partial 
reprints of the "Narrative Journal" and "Narrative of an Expedition," Nos. 77862, 
77863, supra. The book was afterwards issued without the maps. 

[Schoolcraft.] Transallegania, or the Groans of Missouri : 
a Poem. ... New York: Printed for the Author by J. Seymour. 
1820. i2mo, pp. 24. B. 77879 

Reprinted in the "Journal of a Tour," No. 77858, supra. 

Schoolcraft. Travels in the Central Portions of the Mis- 
sissippi Valley : comprising Observations on its Mineral Geogia- 
phy. Internal Resources, and Aboriginal Population. (Performed 
under the Sanction of Government, in the Year 1821.) By 
Henry R. Schoolcraft, U. S. I. A. ... New-York: Published by 
Collins and Hannay.^ 230 Pearl-Street, J. & "J. Harper.^ Printers. 
1825. 8vo, pp. iv, 459. 2 Maps and 3 Plates. h. 77880 

"A large portion of this volume is devoted to descriptions of scenes in Indian his- 
tory, occurring at localities visited by the author during his tour, as well as incidents, 
illustrative of the character of the aboriginal tribes which p sscd under his own observ- 
ation. All of the last four chapters, pp. 337 to 459, are occupied with descriptions or 
ceremonies and incidents he witnessed, attending the treaty with the Ottawas, Potta- 
watomies, and Chippewas. Anecdotes and observations illustrative of Indian character, 
fill chapter xviii. Chapter xix. contains an analysis of the languages of the tribes 
present at the treaty, a vocabulary, and several songs, with their translations." — Field. 

Schoolcraft. A View^ of the Lead Mines of Missouri ; 
including some observations on the Mineralogy, Geology, Geog- 
raphy, Antiquities, Soil, Climate, Population, and Productions of 
Missouri and Arkansaw, and other sections of the Western 
Country. Accompanied by Three Engravings. By Henry R. 
Schoolcraft ... New- York : Charles IFiley Iff Co. 1 8 19. 8vo, pp. 
299, 3 Plates. A., B, 77881 



SCHOOLS. 63 

Partly reprinted in the "Journal of a Tour," No. 77858, supra. For a later edition 
see "Scenes and Adventures," No. 77877, supra. 

[Schoolcraft.] Western Scenes and Reminiscences : 
together with Thrilling Legends and Traditions of the Red 
Men of the Forest. To which is added several Narratives of 
Adventures among the Indians. Auburn: Derby and Miller. 
Buffalo: Derby^ Orton ^Mulligan. 1853. ^^"^i PP- 495- ^ Plates. 

A reissue of "The American Indians," No. Tl^Yl, supra. Mr. Schoolcraft's first 
work was a treatise on Vitreology, published at Utica in 1 8 17, a subject to which he 
was led by his father's interest in glass manufacture. 

Schoolcraft {Mrs. H. R.) The Black Gauntlet : a Tale 
of Plantation Life in South Carolina. By Mrs. Henry R. School- 
craft .... Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott ^ Co. i860. l2mo, pp. 
569. C. -f [/^/V/.] 1861. i2mo, pp. 569. B. 77883 

[Schoolcraft.] Letters on the Condition of the African 
Race in the United States. By a Southern Lady. Philadelphia : 
T. K. and P. G. Collins.^ Printers. 1852. 8vo, pp. 34, and covers. 

Schoolmaster, pseudon. A Personal Satire : or Satirical 
Epistle, written by a Schoolmaster in the Eastern Country to his 
Competitors. [In verse.] Boston. 1804. i2mo. 77885 

Vol.1. May, 1854. No. I. The School-Master. A Half 
Dollar Magazine, devoted to the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, 
for Fireside and Way-side Readers. Published under the auspices 
of the Friends of Universal Education. ... New York: Spaulding 
& Co. [1854.] 8vo, pp. 16. 77886 

See also "The School Master," No. 77823, supra. 

The Schoolmaster. Essays on Practical Education, selected 
from Ascham, Milton, Locke, and Butler, from the Quarterly 
Journal of Education, and from the Lectures delivered before the 
American Institute of Education. ... London: Charles Knight. 
1836. 2 vols., i2mo. 77887 

The Schoolmate. A Monthly Reader for School and Home 
Instruction of Youth. A. R, Phippen, Editor. Published by 
George Savage.^ New York. 1852. l2mo. 77888 

Vol. I., No. 3, was issued in May. 

The Schools. See [Blaikie (A.)], Vol. ii., No. 5729. 

The Schools of Ohio at the Centennial Exposition. History 
of the effort to secure representation of the Educational Institu- 
tions of Ohio, and Rules and Regulations governing the prepara- 



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tion of school work to be exhibited at the Exposition at Phila- 
delphia, 1876. Columbus: Nevins ^ Myers^ State Printers. 1876. 
8vo, pp. 44. 77889 

ScHOONMAKER (M[arius].) Speech of Hon. M. Schoonmaker 
of New York, on the Disposition of the Public Lands ... June 
12, 1852. Washington. 1852. 8vo. s. 77890 

Schoonmaker. Speech of Hon. M. Schoonmaker of N. 
York, on the Slave Question, and the Position of Parties. De- 
livered in the House of Representatives, August 17, 1852. 
Washington : Printed at the Congressional Globe Office. 1852. 8vo, 
pp. 8. B. 77891 

Schooten (H.) The Hairy-Giants : Or, A Description of 
Two Islands in the South Sea, Called by the name of Benganga 
and Coma : Discovered by Henry Schooten of Harlem ; In a 
Voyage begun January 1669, and finished October 167 i. Also 
a perfect Account of the Religion, Goveriiment, and Commodi- 
ties of those Islands ; with the Customs and Manners of the 
Inhabitants, which are of an extraordinary stature, namely. 
Twelve Feet high, or thereabouts. Written in Dutch by Henry 
Schooten ; and now Englished by P. M. Gent. London^ Printed 
by J. Maxwell^ for John Watson ... 1671. 4to, pp. (6), 16, (4). 
Map. A in three, b and c in fours, and D in two. bm., c. 

Schooten. The Hairy Giants : or, a Description of Two 
Islands in the South Sea, called by the name of Benganga and 
Coma ; discovered by Schooten of Harlem, in a Voyage begun 
in 1669, and finished 1671. With an Account of the Religion, 
Government, &c. of those Islands ; the Customs and Manners 
of the Inhabitants who are Twelve Feet high, or thereabouts. 
Written in Dutch by Henry Schooten, and Englished By P. M. 
London: Printed in 167 1. Reprinted in l']bb^ for f. Spilsbury. 
8vo, pp. (2), vii, 24, (5). Map. 77893 

See " Monthly Review," xxxv. 471. 

ScHoPF (Johann David). See Schoepf. 

Schoppe (A.) Les Emigrants aux Bresil Imite de Mme 
Amelie Schoppe Par Louis Friedel Cinquieme edition. Tours 
A'^ Mame et O' Imprimeurs-Libr aires 1847. i8mo, pp. 140. 
Plate. -|- Huitieme edition. S^lbid?^ I'^^S- i8mo. -\- Neuvieme 
edition. Tours: Mame et fils. 1870. i8mo, pp. 144. Illustrated. 

The first edition appeared in 1837. 



SCHOTT. 



65 



ScHOPPE. Les Emigrants au Biesil ... traduit par F. C. Ge- 
rard. Rouen : Vhmni . i860. l2nio. 77895 

ScHOPPE. Le Robinson bresilien ... Traduit par F. C. Ge- 
rard. Rouen : M'egai-d et Cie. 1862. l2mo. 77896 

ScHOPPE (S. van). Copie, | van den | Brief | geschreven by | 
Sigismvnd | Van | Shoppe \jtcW Gewesene Geneiael, der Militie, 
in Brasilien : | aen | Hare Hog. Mog. de Heeren Staten Generael 
der Vereenigde|Nederlanden ;| Alwaer hy, Schoppe, in vertoont, 
den miserabilen Staet van de voornoemde | Brasilien : | als mede | 
Klagende over de slechte assistentie, tot onderhoud van de Mili- 
tie ; I ende de onwilligheyd der oude Soldaten. | Tot Middelbvrg^ \ 
By Simon de Klager^ woonende op de Haven^ in de Hoop \ vol Patientie^ 
Anno 1654. 1 4to, pp. 6. 77897 

Schoppe. Journael,| Van de Reyse van de Vlote uyt de Ver- 
eenighde] Nederlanden na | Brasilien, | Vervattende alles 't gene is 
voorgevallen : [mitsgaders, I De Batalie tusschen den Heere Ghe~ 
nerael Sigis- 1 mundus Schoppe, ende den Ghenerael van de | Por- 
tugiesen. | Beginnende van den 17 Januarij Anno 1648. tot den j 
seven-thienden May. | Alles beschreven door een Capiteyn Luy- 
tenant van het Legher|van den voorsz Heer Generael Sigismun- 
dus Schoppe. | /' Amsterdnm^\ Gedrukt by Jan van Hilten^ Bockver- 
kooper in de Beurs-straet^ \ in de geborduyrde Handtschoen^ Anno 1648. | 
4to, 4 leaves. l. 77898 

The author's name appears to be unl^nown. 

ScHORi (P.) Das neueste aus dem Staate Ohio in Nord 
Amerika. VoUstandiges Tagebuch einer Reise aus der Schweiz 
iiber Havre und New York, der Niederlassung im Stark Counti, 
Paris Township, im Staate Ohio. Mit vielen Bemerkungen, 
Rathen und Wiinschen fiir dahin Auswandernde, und einem Hin- 
blick auf Auswanderungcn nach dem Staate Missouri. Von P. 
Schori, aus dem Seeland, Kantons Bern. Mit einer historisch- 
statistisch-geographischen Beschreibung des Staates Ohio. Mit 
einer Landkarte. Berne^ Thur und Leipzig. 1834. l6mo, pp. 
vi, 100. Map. 77899 

[ScHOTT (Andreas).] Hispaniae Bibliotheca, seu de Acade- 
miis ac Bibliothecis, item Elogia et Nomenclator clarorum His- 
paniae Scriptorum, qui latine discipliiias omnes illustrarunt, toinis 
tribus distincta ... Francofurti. 1608. 3 parts in one vol., 4to, 
pp. 649. A. 77900 

An account of Spanish writers and their works. The dedicatory epistle is signed 
"A. S. Peregrinus." 



66 SCHOTT. 

[ScHOTT, and others^ editors.'] Hispaniae | Illvstratae | sev | Re- 
rvm Vrbivmq. Hispaniae, | Lvsitaniae, ^thiopiae et Indiae | Scrip- 
tores varii. I Partim editi nunc primum, partim aucti|atque emen- 
dati, I Quorum Seriem sequens post Praefationem pagina|exhibet. | 
Tomis aliquot divisi. | Opera & studio | Doctorvm Hominvm. | 
Accessit rerum memorabilium & verborum Index copiosissimus. j 
Francofvrti | Jpud Claudium Marn'ium^ i^ H^eredes | lohannis Aubrij. 

1 MDClil. I Cum Gratia ilf Priuilegio S. Cas. Maiest. ad decennium. | 
Folio, pp. (12), 1 189, Index (37), and leaf with printer's mark. 

2 Maps. L. 77901 

Improved title of No. 32001;, Vol. viii. The two maps — some copies are described 
with three — are entitled, " Hispaniae veteris descriptio. Ex conatibus Geographicis 
Abrah. Ortelij," and " Regni Hispaniae post omnivm editiones locvpletissima descrip- 
tio." The complete work consists of four volumes, of which this volume and the one 
following were edited by Andreas Schott, whose name is at the head of the preface. 

[ScHOTT, and Others., editors.] Hispaniae | Illvstratae | sev | Re- 
rvm Vrbivmq. Hispanias, | Lvsitaniae, iEthiopia^ et Indiae | Scrip- 
tores varii. I Partim editi nunc primum, partim aucti|atque emen- 
dati. I Quorum Seriem sequens pagina exhibet. | Tomvs ii. | Opera 
& studio I Doctorvm Hominvm. | Accessit rerum memorabilium 
& verborum Index copiosissimus. | Francofvrti | Jpud Claudium 
Marnium., fsf Haredes | lohannis Auhrij. \ MDClli. | Cum Gratia fif 
Priuilegio S. Cas. Maiest. ad decennium. \ Folio, pp. (4), 1378, 
Index (72), and a leaf with "Errata" on the recto, and the 
printer's mark on verso. L. 77902 

Accounts of Columbus are on page 8ai, in the " De Academiis Litteratisqve viris 
Hispaniae Apologetica Narratio Alfonsi Garsiae Matamori Hispalensis, Rhetoris Com- 
plutensisj" on page 1065, in the " De Portvgalia conivnctione cum regno Castellse 
Hieronymi Conestaggii, Patritii Genuensis;" and on page 1290, in the "Fides, Religio, 
Moresque yEthiopum Damiani a Goes." Pages 1282-1284 contain, "Christopheri 
Colom de Insvlis nvper inventis in mari Indico svb Ferdinando rege Hispaniarvm Epis- 
tola, ad magnificum dominum Raphaelem Sanxis : deinde per Alexandrum de Cosco 
latinitate donatum." 

[Schott, and others., editors.] Hispaniae | Illvstratae | sev | Re- 
rvm in Hispania et | praesertim in Aragonia gestarum Scripto-|res 
varii. | In Germania nunquam hactenus excusi. | Ex Bibliotheca 
Reverendissimi Domini | loannis Pistorii SS. Theologiae Doctoris, 
Cathedralis| Vratislauiensis Ecclesiae Praepositi, S. Caes. | Maiest. 
Consiliarii. | Tomus iii. | Librorum series post praefationem 
ascripta : additae regiarum Aragoniae|& aliarum Hispaniae familia- 
rum tabulae genealogicae : subiunctus sub | finem index copiosissi- 
mus. I Francofvrti., \ Apud Claudium Marnium^ y Heeredes\ lohannis 
Aubrii. I MDCVi. I Cum Gratia ^ perpetuo Cas. Maiest. Priuilegio. \ 



SCHOTT. 67 

Folio, pp. (12), 1-840, genealogical tables on 75 leaves, pp. 841- 
1014, (2) Index (22), and leaf with printer's mark on verso. l. 

This volume was edited by Joannes Pistorius, whose name is at the end of the 
" Epistola dedicatoria." 

ScHOTT, and others^ editors. Hispaniae | Illvstratae | sev | Vrbivm 
Rervmqve I Hispanicarvm, Academia-| rvm, Bibliothecarvm, Cla- 
rorvm de-| niqve in omni disciplinarvm gene- 1 re Scriptorum Auc- 
tores varii Chronologi, | Historici, | partim editi nvnc primvm, 
partim avctio-|res, melioresque facti studio, & opera | Andreae 
Schotti Antverp. | Societatis lesv. | Tomus iiii. | Francofurti \ Apud 
Claud'mtn Marnium & he-\redes loan. Aubr'ii. \Jnno M. DC viii. | 
Folio, pp. (8), 1-124, I35-I4i> (0> 153-^60, 185-479, Index 
(12). [Followed by:] loannis | Marianae Hispa-|ni e Soc. | lesv j 
Historiae Hispanicae | Appendix. | Liber scilicet xxi. & nouem 
ceteri ad xxx. vsque, qui viginti illos in Tomo | hoc 11. Rerum 
Hispanicarum ordine se- | quuntur. | Additus Si his est suus Index. | 
Franco fvrti.^ \ Apud Claudium Marnium., & hce- | redes Joan. Aubr'ii. \ 
M. Dcvi.| Folio, pp. (2), 346, Index (4), and leaf with printer's 
mark. L. 77904 

This volume, although attributed on the title to Andreas Schott, was edited by his 
brother Franc. Schott, whose name is at the head of the preface. The chapter entitled, 
" Nauigatio ad Indos occiduos inchoatur," pp. 145-148, contains an account of Colum- 
bus, Cortez and Pizarro. 

Schott (C. A.) ... Astronomical Observations in the Arctic 
Seas. By Elisha Kent Kane, m.d., u.s.a. Made during the 
Second Grinnell Expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, in 

1853, '8541 2"^^ 1^55? ^^ Van Rensselaer Harbor, and other 
points in the vicinity of the northwest coast of Greenland. Re- 
duced and discussed, by Charles A. Schott, Assistant U. S. Coast 
Survey. (Accepted for publication, March, i860.) [Colophon:] 
Published by the Smithsonian Institution., Washington City., May., 
i860. \_Collins., Printer., Philadelphia.^ 4to, pp. (6), 49. Chart. 

With heading, " Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge." Also included in the 
"Smithsonian Contributions," vol. xii. 

Schott. ... Magnetical Observations in the Arctic Seas. 
By Elisha Kent Kane, m.d., u.s.n. Made during the Second 
Grinnell Expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, in 1853, 

1854, and 1855, at Van Rensselaer Harbor, and other points on 
the west coast of Greenland. Reduced and discussed, by Charles 
A. Schott, Assistant U. S. Coast Survey. (Accepted for publi- 
cation, May, 1858.) [^IFashirigton : Smithsonian Institution. 1858. 
Collins., Printer., Philadelphia.^ 4to, pp. (6), 66, and covers. 2 
Plates. L. 77906 



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With heading, "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge." The cover imprint 
reads : IVaihing^ton City : Published by the Smithsonian Institution. November, 1858. New 
York: D. Afpleton & Co. Also included in the "Smithsonian Contributions," vol. x. 

ScHOTT. ... Meteorological Observations in the Arctic Seas. 
By Elisha Kent Kane, m.d., u.s.n. Made during the Second 
Grinnell Expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, in 1853, 
1854, and 1855, ^^ ^'<^^ Rensselaer Harbor, and other points on 
the west coast of Greenland. Reduced and discussed, by Charles 
A. Schott, Assistant U, S. Coast Survey. (Accepted for publi- 
cation. May, 1858.) [^fVashington : Sitiithsonian Institution. 1859. 
Collins^ Prir,tei\ Philadelphia. '\ 4to, pp. (8), 112, and covers. L. 

With heading, "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge." The cover imprint 
reads: Washington City: Published b-j the Smithsonian Institution. No-vember, l8S9- I^^t" 
York: D. Appleton & Co. Also included in the "Smithsonian Contributions," vol. xi. 

Schott. ... Meteorological Observations in the Arctic Seas. 
By Sir Francis Leopold McClintock, R.N. Made on board the 
Arctic Searching Yacht " Fox," in Baffin Bay and Prince Re- 
gent's Inlet, in 1857, 1858, and 1859. Reduced and discussed, 
at the expense of the Smithsonian Institution. By Charles A. 
Schott, Assistant U. S. Coast Survey. (Accepted for publication, 
April, 1861.) [Colophon:] Published by the Smithsonian Institu- 
tion^ IVashington City., Aiay., 1862. \ColHns., Printer., Philadelphia. ~\ 
4to, pp. xii, 5*, 146. Chart. 779^8 

With heading, "Smitlisonian Contributions to Knowledge. 146." Also included in 
the "Smithsonian Contributions," vol. xiii. 

Schott. ... Physical Observations in the Arctic Seas. By 
Isaac I. Hayes, m.d., Commanding Expedition. Made on the 
west coast of North Greenland, the vicinity of Smith Strait and 
the west side of Kennedy Channel, during i860 and 1861. Re- 
duced and discussed at the expense of the Smithsonian Institu- 
tion. By Charles A. Schott ... . (Accepted for publication, 
February, 1865.) [Colophon;] Published by the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution., IFashington., D. C. "June., 1 867. [^Philadelphia: Collins., 
Printer. 1^ 4to, pp. xi, (2), 271. Map, 2 Charts and 3 Diagrams. 

With heading, "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. 196." Also included in 
the "Smithsonian Contributions," vol. xv. 

ScHOTT. ... Results of Meteorological Observations made 
at Brunswick, Maine, between 1807 and 1859. ^7 Parker 
Cleaveland, ll.d.. Professor in Bovvdoin College. Reduced and 
discussed, at the expense of the Smithsonian Institution, By 
Charles A. Schott ... . (Accepted for publication, December, 
1866.) [Colophon :] Published by the Smithsonian Institution., Wash- 
ington City., May., 1867. 4to, pp. v, 53. 779^0 



SCHOULER. 69 

With heading, "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. 204." Also included in 
the "Smithsonian Contributions," vol. xvi. Improved title of No. 13612, vol. iv. 

ScHOTT. ... Results of Meteorological Observations, made 
at Marietta, Ohio, between 1826 and 1859, inclusive. By S. P. 
Hildreth, m.d. To which are added Results of Observations 
taken at Marietta, by Mr. Joseph Wood, between 18 17 and 
1823. Reduced and discussed, at the expense of the Smith- 
sonian Institution. By Charles A. Schott ... . (Accepted for 
publication, June, 1867.) [Colophon:] Published by the Smith- 
sonian Institution^ IVashington City^ September^ 1867. 4to, pp. v, 
46. 7791 1 

With heading, "Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge. 120." Also included in 
the "Smithsonian Contributions," vol. xvi. 

Schott. ... Tidal Observations in the Arctic Seas. By 
Elisha Kent Kane, m.d., u.s.n. Made during the Second Grin- 
nell Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin, in 1853, ^^54i 
and 1855, ^^ ^2" Rensselaer Harbor. Reduced and discussed, 
by Charles A. Schott, Assistant U. S. Coast Survey. (Accepted 
for publication, July, i860.) [Colophon:] Published by the Smith- 
sonian Institution^ Washington City^ October^ i860. [^Collins^ Printer^ 
Philadelphia.'] 4to, pp. (6), 82, (l). 4 Plates. 779^2 

With heading, " Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge." Also included in the 
"Smithsonian Contributions," vol. xiii. 

Schott (G. B.) Poem, by Guy Bryan Schott, and the Vale- 
dictory Oration, by Donald G. Mitchell, ... [at] Yale College, 
July 7, 1841. ... New Haven: Printed by B. L. Hamlin. 184 1. 
8vo, pp. 30. B. 77913 

Schott (J.) A Statement, by James Schott, Jr. [^Baltimore? 
1845.?] 8vo, pp. 49. B., p. 77914 

In relation to a duel between James Schott, Jr., and Pierce Butler. 

ScHOTT (T.) Columbus und seine Weltanschauung. Vor- 
trag, gehalten im Kaufmannischen Verein Stuttgart von Professor 
Dr. Theodor Schott. ... Berlin. 1878. Verlag von Carl Habel. 
8vo, pp. 32. B. 77915 

ScHOULER (J.) History of the United States of America 
under the Constitution. By James Schouler. ... Washington.^ D. 
C: W. H. & O. H Morrison. 1 880-1889. 4 vols., 8vo, pp. 
xvii, 523 ; 600; XV, 472 ; xiv, 539. ba. 77916 

Vol. I. 1783-1801; Vol. II. 1801-1817; Vol. III. 1817-1831; Vol. IV. 1831- 
1847. 

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ScHOULER (W.) An Address delivered before the Massachu- 
setts Charitable Mechanic Association, on its 14th Triennial Fes- 
tival, Oct. 5, 1848. By William Schouler. ... Boston: Printed 
hy Dutton and Wentworth. 1848. 8vo, pp. 28. 8.77917 

Schouler. A History of Massachusetts in the Civil War. 
By William Schouler, late Adjutant-General of the Common- 
wealth. Boston: E. P. Dutton ts' Co. 1868. 8vo, pp. xiv, (2), 
670. Portrait. 779' 8 

Schouler. A History of Massachusetts in the Civil War. 
By William Schouler .... Vol. ii. Towns and Cities. Boston: 
Published by the Juthor. 1871. 8vo, pp. xii, 711. Map. 77919 

ScHOUTEN (W. C.) lovrna! I Ofte I Beschryvinghe van de j 
wonderlicke reyse, ghedaen door Wijleni Cornelisz | Schouten 
van Hoorn, inde Iaren|i6i5. 1616. en 1617. | Hoe hy bezuyden 
de Strate van Magel-| lanes een nieuwe Passagie tot inde groote 
Zuyd-|zee ontdeckt, en voort den gheheelen Aerd-|kloot omghe- 
seylt, heeft. | Wat Eylanden, vreemde volcken en wonderlicke j 
avontueren hem ontmoet zijn. | [Large vignette of ships and a 
city.] j 't Amsterdam., | By IVillein lans%. op 'i ivater inde Sonnewyser^ 
16 1 8. 1 4to, pp. (8), 92. A-L in fours, and m in six. 9 Maps 
and Plates, folded. J.c.b., c. 77920 

The first edition of Schouten's narrative, with the dedication dated September 25, 
1618. It can be easily distinguished from the October edition (No. 77921, infra) by 
the first word of the title, wliich in the latter is "lovrnael" instead of " lovrnal." 
The publisher and editor of the work is better known by his full name Willem Jansz 
Blaeuw or Blaeu, although he seldom used it in his publications before 1620. He was 
born at Uitgeest near Alkmair, studied mathematics and astronomy under Tycho 
Brahe, and after becoming a bookseller, compiled and published under his own name 
several important works, including the well known atlases. The copperplate vignette 
on the title represents the ships of the expedition sailing from Hoorn, witli the arms 
of Holland and Hoorn in the upper corners. The dedication to the chief magistrates 
of Hoorn begins on the recto of the second leaf, and ends on the verso with the above- 
mentioned date and the signature of Willem lansz. The "voorreden" or preface com- 
mences on the recto of the third leaf, and is followed on the verso of the fourth by an 
anagram on Schouten's name. 

The nine copperplate maps and plates are as follows : 

(l) A double-page map of the world in two hemispheres preceding page I of the 
text, with portraits of Magellan and Schouten above, and of F. Drake, O. van Noort, 
T. Candisch and G. Speilbergh at the sides. In the upper corners are figuies of the two 
ships of the voyage, the "Victoria" and " Eendracht." The earliest impressions of 
this map, which are found in some copies, do not contain the additional names which 
were added shortly afterwafds, namely. Tropicus Cancri and Tropicus Capricorni on the 
western hemisphere, and the four names lapd, Banda, C. Bona" Spei and .S'. He'cim on 
the eastern hemisphere. On the back of the first leaf of the map are verses with the 
heading " K.linckert," and on the lower margin the signature mark 35. The back of 



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the second leaf also contains verses, with the headings " Klinck-ghedicht " and " Vier- 
lingh." 

(3) Double-page plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt between pages 18 and 
19, with reference letters A to N, and on the verso of the first half the descriptive 
text, headed, /;; toman letters, " Verlclaringhe sommigher aenwysinghen in dese vol- 
ghende Caerte van Porto Desire," and the signature mark D2 on the margin below. 

(3) Double- page map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., between pages 24 and 25, with the 
signature mark E on the lower margin, and the title in Dutch and in French, "Caarte 
vande nieuwe Passagie bezuijden de Strate Magellani," etc., and *' Description de nou- 
veau passage vers le zud du destraict de Magellan," etc. 

(4) Oblong folded map of the South Sea between pages 32. and 33, with the signa- 
ture mark F on the lower margin, and the title in Dutch, French and Latin, "Caarte 
vande Zuijdzee," etc., "Description de la grande Mer de Sud," etc., and "Tabula 
Hydrographica Maris Australis vulgo del Zur," etc. 

(5) Double-page {date of an Indian sailing canoe pursued by the Dutch, between 
pages 40 and 41, with the signature mark G on the lower margin. No inscriptions. 

(6) Double-page plate with the inscriptions Cccos Eylandt hie de Cocos and Verraden 
Eylandt hie des traistres between pages 44 and 45, with the signature mark G3 on the 
lower margin. 

(7) Double-page plate with the inscription Hoornse Eijlandt hU de Hoorn between 
pages 56 and 57. Most copies of this plate contain also the reference letters A, B, C 
(which are licking in the eailiest impressions), with a brief descriptive text on the 
back of the first leaf, headed, in roman letters, "Verlclaringhe van sommighe aenwy- 
singen in dese Caerte van de Reede aen't Hoornsche Eylandt," and the signature mark 
H5 on the margin below. 

(8) Double-page plate of a meeting with the Indian kings in a village, between 
pages 60 and 61. Most copies of this plate contain also the reference letters A to L 
(which are lacking in the earliest impressions), with the descriptive text on the back of 
the first leaf, headed, in rvman letters, " Verclaringhe van sommighe aenteyckeninghen 
in dese volghende Caerte," and the signature mark 1 3 on the margin below. 

(9) Double-page map of Nova Guinea between pages 68 and 69, with the signature 
mark K3 on the lower margin, and the title in Dutch, French and Latin, "Caarte van 
Nova Guinea," etc., "Description de la coste septentrionale de Nova Guinea," etc., and 
" Nov.ie Guinea." Tabula," etc. 

I am indebted to Mr. James C. Pilling for photographs of the title and first map of 
the copy in the Library of Congress, from which the above title is taken. That copy 
contains the first map ivitb the additional names, and plates (7) and (8) ivitb the refer- 
ence letters. 

Some copies of this edition, according to Tiele, also contain a large map of the world 
originally published by Gul. Jansonius (Willem Jansz) in 1606, but with the strait of 
Le Maire added. A copy lacking the first map was priced by Miiller in 1872 at 40 
florins. 

Although entered here under Schouten's name, it is quite certain that he was not the 
true author of this journal. It was probably compiled in his interest by the bookseller 
and publisher Willem Jansz Blaeu, from one or more of the log-books of the voyage, 
and perhaps mainly from the one kept by the commissary Aris Claeszoon. The expe- 
dition was undertaken at the expense of some of the chief citizens of Hoorn, princi- 
pally at the instigation of the rich merchant Isaac Le Maire and his son Jacob Le 
Maire, the latter of whom sailed as director of the enterprise, while Schouten had the 
command of the ships. The results of the voyage were very profitable commercially, 
and many important geographical discoveries were made ; but before the return to Hol- 
land young Le Maire died at sea. Much jealousy and ill feeling was caused by the dif- 



72 SCHOUTEN. 

ferent claims for the credit of the enterprise, which undoubtedly belonged in great part 
to the elder Le Maire. The first published account was the above journal, in which it 
is made to appear that the success of the voyage was due to the skill and sagacity of 
Schouten. Jacob Le Maire's journal was printed in 1622, under the title of " Spieghel 
der Australische Navigatie," for which see Vol. xi., No. 44059. Schouten's journal, in 
whole or in part, is also appended to several of the editions of Spilbergen. See Tiele's 
" Memoire Bibliographique sur les Journaux des Navigateurs Neerbndais," pp. 56-63. 

Schouten. lovrnael | Ofte | Beschryvinghe van de | Wonder- 
lijcke reyse, ghedaen door Willem Cornelisz | Schouten van 
Hoorn, inde laren | 1615. i6i6. en 1617. | Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Strate van Magel- 1 lanes een nieuwe Passagie tot inde groote 
Zuyd-| zee ontdeckt, en voort den gheheelen Aeid- | kloot omghe- 
zeylt, heeft. | Wat Eylanden, vreemde volcken en w^onderlicke | 
avontueren hem ontmoet zijn.| [Large vignette of ships and a 
city.] I 't Jmsterdam^ \ By Willem lans-z,. opt' water inde Sonnewyser^ 
i6i8.| 4to, pp. (8), 92. A-L in fours, and m in six. 9 Maps 
and Plates, folded. l. 77921 

A reprint or reissue of No. 77920, but with a new dedication dated October 12, 1 61 8. 
The maps and illustrations are from the same copperplates, and have the same positions 
and signature marks, but three of them contain the additional names and reference let- 
ters. They are arranged as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres opposite page i, with the additional names 
Tropicus Cancri and Tropicus Capricorni on the western hemisphere, and Japd, Banda, 
C. Bona Spei and 5. Helena on the eastern hemisphere, all of which are lacking in the 
first impressions of this plate. On the backs of both leaves are the same verses as in 
the first edition, and on the lower margin of the first is the signature mark 35. 

(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eyiandt between pages 18 and 19, with the 
reference letters A to N. On the verso of the first half is the descriptive text as in the 
first edition, with the signature mark D2 below. 

(3) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., between pages 24 and 25, with the signature 
mark E on the lower margin, and the title in Dutch and French. 

(4) Map of the South Sea between pages 32 and 33, with the signature mark F on 
the lower margin, and the title in Dutch, French and Latin. 

(5) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe between pages 40 and 41, with the signature 
mark G on the lower margin. 

(6) Plate with the inscriptions Cocos Eyiandt, etc., between pages 44 and 45, with 
the signature mark G3 on the lower margin. 

(7) Plate with the inscription Hoornse Eijlandt Isle de Hoorn, between pages 56 and 
57. Also with the reference letters A, B and C, which are lacking in the first impres- 
sions of this plate. On the verso of the first half is the descriptive text, headed, 
" Verklaringhe van sommighe aenwysingen in dese Caerte van de Reede aen't Hoorn- 
sche Eyiandt," and the signature mark H5 below. 

(8) Plate of a meeting with the Indian kings, between pages 60 and 61. Also with 
the reference letters A to L, which are lacking in the first impressions of this plate. 
On the verso of the first half is the descriptive text, headed, " Verclaringhe van som- 
mighe aenteyckeninghen in dese volghende Caerte," and the signature mark 1 3 below. 

(9) Map of Nova Guinea between pages 68 and 69, with the signature mark K3 
on the lower margin, and the title in Dutch, French and Latin. 



SCHOUTEN. 73 

ScHOUTEN. lovrnael | ofte | Beschrijvinghe van de | wonder- 
licke reyse, gedaen door Willem | Conielisz. Schouten van Hoorn, 
inde laren | 1615. 1616. en 161 7. | Hoe hy bezuyden de Strata 
van Magellanes een | nieuw^e Passagie tot inde groote Zuyd-zee 
ontdeckt, en voort den |gheheelen Aerdt-lcloot om gheseylt heeft. 
I Wat Eylanden, vreemde Volcken en wonderlijcke | avontueren 
hem ontmoet zijn. | [Large vignette of ships and a city.] | Tot 
Arnhem^ | By Ian lansz. Boeck-verkooper. Anno 1618. | 410, pp. (8), 
92. A-L in fours, and M in six, 9 Maps and Plates, folded. 

An exact reprint of the original edition (No. 77920), by a different publisher, with 
the dedication dated September 25, 161 8, and signed Willem lansz. According to 
Tiele, Jan Jansz or Janssen of Arnheim printed in that town as early as 1604 and as 
late as 1637. He was probably the father of Jan Jansz and Harmen Jansz, the book- 
sellers at Amsterdam. The vignette on the title-page and the nine plates, all of which 
were engraved on copper, are very close imitations of those in the first edition, but a 
few variations will nevertheless be noticed on a close examination. The maps and plates 
are arranged as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres preceding page i, with portraits above and 
at the sides, but without the additional inscriptions Tropicus Cancri and Tropicus Capri- 
corni on the western half, and without the names lapd, Banda, C. Bona Spei and S. 
Helena on the eastern half. On the verso, the same verses as in the first edition, and 
the signature mark 35. 

(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt between pages 18 and 19, with the 
reference letters A to N, and on the verso of the first half the descriptive text, headed, 
in italic letters, *' Verklaringhe sommigher aenvvijsinghen in dese volghende Caerte van 
Porto Desire," and the signature mark D2 on tiie margin below. At figure K on the 
plate three persons only are represented killing the sea lion; the head of a fourth, which 
appears in the original edition, being omitted here. 

(3) Map of Tierra del Fuogo between pages 24 and 25, with the title in Dutch and 
French, " Caarte vande nieuwe Passage [s'V]," etc., and in the lower left-hand corner 
the inscription Fol. 24, but with no signature mark. 

(4) Map of the South Sea between pages 32 and 33, with the title in Dutch, French 
and Latin, but without any signature m:irk. In the lower right-hand corner is the 
inscription Strate -van La Maire, instead of Strate -van le Maire as in the original plate. 

(5) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe between pages 40 and 41, with the inscription 
Fol. 41 in the lower left-hand corner, but without signature mark. Only two persons 
are represented swimming here, instead of the three in the original plate. 

(6) Plate with the inscriptions Cocos Eylandt, etc., between pages 44 and 45, with 
the inscription Fol. 45 in the lower right-hand corner, but without signature mark. 

(7) Plate with the inscription Hoornse Eijlandt Isle de Hoorn between pages 56 and 
57, with the reference letters A, B, C, and on the verso the descriptive text, headed, in 
italic letters, "Verklaringhe van sommiglie aenvvijsinghen in dese Caerte van de Reede 
aen't Hoornsche Eylandt," with the signature mark H5 below. On the right-hand 
portion of the plate two of the natives are figured seated near the water, instead of tliree 
as in the original edition. 

(8) Plate of a meeting with the Indian kings between pages 60 and 61, with the 
reference letters A to L, and on the verso the descriptive text, headed, tn italic letters, 
"Verklaringhe van sommighe aen-teeckeninghen in dese volghende Kaerte," with the 
signature mark 1 3 below. 



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(9) Map of Nova Guinea between pages 68 and 69, with the title in Dutch, French 
and Latin, but without signature mark. The latter part of the Latin title reads, " Her 
mano Batavo," instead of " Hornano Batavo" as in the original plate. 

According to Tiele, some copies also contain the large map of the world by W. Jansz, 
mentioned in the note to No. 77920, supra. 

ScHOUTEN. lovrnael | ofte | Beschrijvinghe van de | wonder- 
licke reyse, gedaen door VVillem | Cornelisz. Schouten van 
Hoorn, inde laren | 1615. 1616. en 1617. | Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Strata van Magellanes een | nieuwe Passagie tot inde groote Zuyd- 
zee ontdeckt, en voort den | gheheelen Aerdt-kloot om-gheseylt 
heeft.| Wat Eylanden, vreemde Volcken en vvonderlijcke|avon- 
tueren hem ontmoet zijn. | [Large vignette of ships and a city.] | 
Tot Amstelredam^ \ Voor Ian lansz. Boeck-verkooper^ inde Pas-kaert 
i6i8.| 4to, pp. (8), 92. A-L in fours, and m in six. 9 Maps 
and Plates, folded. l. 77923 

This edition is the same as the preceding (No. 77922), the only difference being the 
change of imprint. The publisher Jan Jansz or Janssen of Amsterdam, was probably 
a son of Jan Jansz of Arnheim. He was the son-in-law of the map-maker Jodocus 
Hondius, and brother-in-law of Henricus Hondius. According to Tiele, he afterwards 
assumed the name of Janssonius. In the Lenox copy two of the plates, (4) and (7), 
are evidently misplaced, the former between pages 40 and 41, the latter betv/een pages 
52 and 53. The copy described by Tiele contained in addition the large map of the 
world by W. Jansz, mentioned in the note to No. 77920, supra. 

Schouten. lovrnael | ofte | Beschrijvinghe van de | wonder- 
lijcke reyse, gedaen door Willem | Cornelisz. Schouten van 
Hoorn, inde laeren | 1615. 1616. en 1617.] Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Strate van iMagellanes een | nieuwe Passagie tot inde groote Zuyd- 
zee ontdeckt, en voort den | gheheelen Aerdt-kloot om gheseylt 
heeft. I Wat Eylanden, vreemde Volcken en wonderlijcke j avon- 
tueren hem ontmoet zijn. | [Large vignette of ships and a city.] | 
Tot Amsterdam., | By Harmen lansz. Boeck-verkooper^ woonende inde \ 
Warmoes-straet., inde Meyrminne^ Anno 1619.I 4to, pp. (8), . 92. 
9 Maps and Plates, folded. 779^4 

A reprint of No. 77922, with the dedication dated September 25th, 1618, and with 
the same plates. According to Tiele, the descriptive text on the backs of the plates is 
also reprinted. The publisher, Harmen Jansz or Janssen of Amsterdam, was probably 
a son of Jan Jansz of Arnheim, and a brother of Jan Jansz of Amsterdam. 

Schouten, lovrnael | Ofte | Beschrijvinghe van de | wonder- 
licke reyse, ghedaen door Willem | Cornelisz. Schouten van 
Hoorn. inden laren I1615. 1616. en i6i7.|Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Strate van Magellanes | een nieuwe Passagie tot inde groote Zuyd- 
zee ontdeckt, en voort | den geheelen Aerd kloot om geseylt 
heeft. I Wat Eylanden, vreemde Volcken en wonderlijcke | avon- 
turen hem ontmoet zijn. | [Large vignette of ships and a city.] | 



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75 



Tot Amsterdam^ | Voor Ian lansz. Boeck-verkooper^ hide Pas-kaert 
1624.. I 4to, pp. (8), 56. A-H in fours. 9 Maps and Plates, 
folded. L. 77925 

A reprint of No. 77922, supra, with the dedication dated September 25fh, 161 8. 
The same maps and plates were also used, but the descriptive text on their baclcs was 
omitted. 

ScHOUTEN. lournael I Ofte| Beschryvinghe van de won-(der- 
lijcke Reyse, gedaen door Willem Cornelisz | Schouten van 
Hoorn, inde laren 1615. 1616. en 1617. | Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Straet van Magellanes een | nieuwe Passagie ofte Strate, tot in de 
groote Zuvd-zee | ontdeckt, ende voort den gheheelen Aerdt- | 
kloot omghezeylt heeft. | Wat Eylanden, vreemde volcken | en 
vvonderlijcke avontueren hem|ontmoet zijn. | [Vignette of a jar, 
with an inscription.] | f Jmsterdam^ | By Jan yanssen Boeckver- 
cooper. I M. DC. xxxii. | 4to, pp. 56. a-g in fours. 9 Maps and 
Plates, folded. L. 77926 

A reprint of the edition of 1624 (No. 77925), with some alterations in the text, 
but without dedication or preface. On the last page is the following list of the plates, 
with their respective positions: Werelt-Caertgen, fol. 3; Leeuwen Eylandt, 13; Terra 
del F'uogo, anders Staten Eyl.indt, 17; Indiaensche Schuyt met besaen, 27; Cocos- 
Eylandt, 29; Indiaensche Koningh onder de hut, 35; Hoornsche Eylandt, 40; Nova 
Guinea, 49; Caerte van de Zuyder-zee, 55. The plates contain no descriptive text on 
the backs. 

Schouten. lovrnael | Ofte | Beschrvvinge vande won-|der- 
lijcke Reyse, ghedaen door VVillem | Cornelisz Schouten van 
Hoorn, inde laren | 1615, 1616, ende 16 17. | Hoe hy bezuyden 
de Straet van Magellanes | een nieuw^e Passagie ofte Strate, tot in 
de groote I Zuyd-Zee ontdeckt, ende voort den gheheelen Aerdt- ( 
kloot om-ghezeylt heeft. | Wat Eylanden, vreemde Volcken 
ende I vvonderlijcke avontueren hem ont- | moet zijn. | (Small vig- 
nette of a ship.] I Tot Rotterdam^ Ghedruckt by Isaack van IVaes- 
herghcn^ | Boeck-verkooper op ^t Steyger aende Marckt iyide Fame. 
1637. 1 4to, pp. 53, ( i), and a blank leaf, a-g in fours. 9 Maps 
and Plates, folded. L. 77927 

A reprint of the edition of 1632 (No. 77926), without the dedication and preface. 
The maps and illustrations, however, are from the same copperplates that were used in 
Willem Jansz's corrected edition. No. 77921, supra. They have no descriptive text on 
the backs. On the last page is a list of them, with their positions at pages 3, 13, 16, 
26, 28, 34, 39, 47, and 53. 

Schouten. Journael ofte Beschryvinge vande wonderlijcke 
Reyse gedaen door Willem Cornelisz Schouten van Hoorn, inde 
Jaren 1615, 1616 ende 161 7. Hoe hy bezuyden de Straet van 
Magellanes een nieuw^e Passagie ofte Strate, tot in de groote 
Zuyd zee ontdeckt, ende voort den gheheelen Aerdt-kloot omghe- 



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zeylt heeft. Wat Eylanden, vreemde volcken ende wonderlijcke 
avontueren hem ontmoet zijn. Rotterdam. 1643. 410. Maps 
and Plates. 77928 

A copy was in Mr. S. L. M. Barlow's collection. 

ScHOUTEN. lournael I Ofte| Beschryvinghe van de won-|der- 
lijcke Reyse, gedaen door Willem Cornelisz | Schouten van 
Hoorn, inde laren 1615. 1616. en 1617. ] Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Straet van Magellanes een|nieuw^e Passagie ofte Strate, tot in de 
groote Zuyd-zee I ontdeckt, ende voort den gheheelen Aerdt-j 
kloot omghezeylt heeft. | Wat Eylanden, vreemde volcken | en 
wonderlijcke avontueren hem | ontmoet zijn.| [Vignette of a jar, 
with an inscription.] | f Amsterdam^ \ By Jan Janssen Boeckver- 
CQoper. I M. DC.XLiv. I 4to, pp. 56. a-g in fours. 9 Maps and 
Plates, folded. l. 77929 

A reprint of the edition of 1632 (No. 77926), with the same plates, a list of which 
is on the last page, to be arranged opposite pages 3, 13, 17, 27, 29, 35, 40, 49, 55. 
A copy of this edition, lacking one plate, was priced by Quaritch in 1874 at £4 4s. 

Schouten. lournael | ofte | Beschrijvinghe van de won-|der- 
lijcke Reyse, gedaen door Willem Cornelisz. | Schouten van 
Hoorn, inde laren 1615. 1616, en 1617. | Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Straet van Magellanes een nieu-| we Passagie ofte Strate, tot inde 
groote Zuyd-zee, ontdeckt, | ende voort den geheelen Aerdt-kloot 
omgezeylt heeft. | Wat Eylanden, vreemde Volcken en wonder- 
lijcke | Avontueren hem ontmoet zijn. | Desen laetsten Druck ver- 
betert, en uyt eenige geschreven lournalen, van Aris | Claessz. en 
andere, gehouden op de selfde Reyse, mercklijck vermeerdert. | 
[Large vignette containing two figures standing, a ship in a frame, 
etc.] I Tot Hoorn^ Ghedruckt by Isaac IVillems'z.. \ Voor Marten Ger- 
hrantsz. Boeckverkooper inde Kerck-straet in't\J. B. C. Anno 1648. ( 
[Colophon :] Gedruckt by Isaac JVillemsz. Boeck-drucker^ op 't Noort 
in '/ Schrijf-boeck^ Anno 1648. | 4to, pp. 56. A-C in eights, and 
D in four. 9 Maps and Plates. l. 77930 

A new and improved edition, augmented by extracts from three other journals of the 
same voyage, and by the following vocabularies from Le Maire's journal on pages 5 3— 
56: Vocabvlaer: Ofte Tale van de Eylanden die Willem Cornelisz. Schouten inde 
Zuydt-Zee aenghedaen of besocht heeft. Tale vande Eylanden Salomonis. Tale van 
hec Cocos-Eylandt. Tale oft sprake van de Custe van Guinea Nova. Sprake van 't 
Eylant Moyses. Spraecke van 't Eylant Moo, op twee graden : daer de Fiitzen waren. 
On the verso of the title is a new preface " Tot den Leser," in which attention is called 
to the superior merits of this edition. There are several small woodcuts printed in with 
the text. On page 52 is a list of the nine plates, all of which, without exception, were 
newly engraved on copper after those of the original edition (No. 77920). They are 
arranged as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres opposite page 3, without the additional 
names, verso blank. Inscribed iVow. i. Fol. 3. 



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(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt between pages 12 and 13, with the 
reference letters A to N. Inscribed Nom. 2. Fol. 13. The descriptive text is at the 
top of page 13. 

(3) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., between pages 16 and 17, with the title in Dutch 
only, "Caerte vande nieuwe Passagie bezuyden de Strate Magellani," etc. Inscribed 
Nom. 3. Fol. 17. 

(4) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe between pages 26 and 27. Inscribed Nom. 4. 
Fol. 26. 

(5) Plate with the two brief inscriptions Cocos Eylandt and Verraders Eylant, between 
pages 26 and 27. Inscribed Nom. 5. Fol. 27. 

(6) Plate of the meeting with the Indian kings in their village, between pages 32 
and 33, with the reference letters A to L. Inscribed Nom. 6. Fol. 33. The descriptive 
text is at the top of page 33. 

(7) Plate with the single inscription Hoomse Eylandt between pages 38 and 39, with 
the reference letters A to C. Inscribed Nom. 7. Fol. 38. The descriptive text is at 
the top of page 38. 

(8) Map of Nova Guinea between pages 46 and 47, with the title in Dutch only, 
"Caerte van Nova Guinea," etc. Inscribed Nom. 8. Fol. 1^6. 

(9) Map of the South Sea between pages 50 and 51, with the title in Dutch only, 
"Caarte vande Zuydzee," etc. Inscribed Nom. 9. Fol. 51. This map is reduced in 
size one half. 

ScHOUTEN. lournael | ofte | Beschrijvinghe van de won-|der- 
lijcke Reyse, gedaen door Willem Cornelisz. | Schouteii van 
Hoorn, inde laren 1615. 1616. en 1617. | Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Straet van Magellanes een nieu-lvv'e Passagie ofte Strate, tot inde 
groote Zuyd-zee, ontdeckt, | ende voort den geheelen Aerdt-kloot 
omgezeylt heeft. | Wat Eylanden, vreemde Volcken en wonder- 
lijcke| Avontueren hem ontmoet zijn. | Desen laetsten Druck ver- 
betert, en uyt eenige geschreven lournalen, van Aris | Claessz. en 
andere, gehouden op de selfde Reyse, mercklijck vermeerdert. | 
[Large vignette containing two figures standing, a ship in a frame, 
etc.] I Tot Hoorn., Ghedruckt hy Isaac Willems'z. \ Voor Mieus laiwz.. 
Appel., Boeckverkooper aen de Roo-steen., in | de Nieiave Bybel., Anno 
1648. 1 [Colophon:] Gedruckt by Isaac Wtllemsx. Boeck-drucker^ 
op 't Noort in 't Schrijf-boeck^ Anno 1648. | 4to, pp. 56. A-c in 
eights, and D in four. 9 Maps and Plates. l. 77931 

A duplicate of the preceding edition (No. 77930), the only difference being in the 
imprint. On the verso of the title is the new preface "Tot den Leser." 

ScHOUTEN. lournael | ofte | Beschrijvinghe van de won-|der- 
lijcke Reyse, gedaen door Willem Cornelisz. | Schouten van 
Hoorn, inde laren 1615. 1616. en 161 7. | Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Straet van Magellanes een nieu-[ we Passagie ofte Strate, tot inde 
groote Zuyd-zee, ontdeckt, | ende voort den geheelen Aerdt-kloot 
omgezeylt heeft. | Wat Eylanden, vreemde Volcken en wonder- 
lijcke] Avontueren hem ontmoet zijn. j Desen laetsten Druck ver- 



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betert, en uyt eenige geschreven lournalen, van Aris[ Claessz. en 
andere, gehouden op de selfde Reyse, mercklijck vermeerdert, | 
[Large vignette containing two figures standing, a ship in a frame, 
etc.] I Tot Hoom^ Ghedruckt by Isaac IVillems'z. \ Voor Ian Ians%. 
Deutel^ Boeckverkooper op '/ Oost in Biestkens | Testament^ Anno 
1648.1 [Colophon:] Gedruckt by Isaac IVillems'z.. Boeck-drucker^ 
op '/ Noort in 't Schrijf-boeck^ Anno 1648. | 4to, pp. 56. A-c in 
eights, and D in four. 9 Maps and Plates. L. 77932 

A duplicate of the preceding editions (Nos. 77930, 77931), the only change being in 
the imprint. The stub of the canceled title, on which the above title is pasted, can be 
easily seen in the Lenox copy. On the vciso of the title is the new preface " Tot den 
Leser." An additional leaf, not found in the other editions, is also inserted in the 
Lenox copy, between the title and iirst map. It bears the signature mark A2, and con- 
tains a reprint of the original dedication of September 25, 1618, signed Willem lansz., 
and the anagram on Schouten's name. This leaf contains 34 lines of text on the recto 
and 27 on the verso, including the heading and catchword. The copies of this edition 
described by Tiele (" Memoire Bibliographique,' p. 50) were imperfect, and probably 
had some of the plates supplied from other editions. 

ScHOUTEN. Journael, | Ofte | Beschrijvinge van de w^onder- | 
lijcke Reyse, ghedaen door | Willem Cornelisz | Schouten van 
Hoorn. I In de laren 1615. 1616. 1617. | Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Straet Magellanes eenen nieuwen door-|ganck gevonden heeft, 
streckende tot in de Zuyd-Zee, met de | verklaiinge van de 
vreemde Natien, Volcken, Landen en Avonturen, | die sy gesien, 
ende haer wedervaren zijn. | Hier is noch achter by-gevoeght 
eenighe Zee-Vragen ende Antwoorden, | zijnde seer nut ende 
geheel dienstigh alle Schippers, Stiermans ende Zeevarende maets. | 
[Large vignette of two ships.] \C Amstelredam^ \Voor "Joost Hart- 
gers^ Boeck-verkooper in de Gasthuys-Steegh^ | bexjjden ket Stadt-huys^ 
iti de Boeck-winckel. 1648.] 410. L. 77933 

This fills pages 67—120 (signatures E2 to H4 in eights) of Hartgers's edition of 
"Oost- en West-Indische Voyagie, Door de Strate Magallanes Naer de Moluques, Met 
ses Schepen onder den Commandeur loris Spilbergen," etc., f^r full title and description 
of which lee Spilbergen (J.) Although it is sometimes found separate from that work, 
it does not seem probable that it was ever issued so by the publisher. In the folded 
plate at the front of the volume, three of the six figures belong to Schouten's narrative, 
and refer to pages 76, 80 and 100. 

Schouten. lovrnael | Ofte | Beschry ving vande won- 1 der- 
lijcke Voyagie, ghedaen door Willem Cor-| nelisz Schouten, van 
Hoorn, in den Liere| 1615, 1616, ende 161 7.] Hoe hy bezuyden 
de Straete van Magellanes, een nieuwe | Passagie ondeckt, en de 
geheele Aerd-cloot om-gezeylt heeft. | [Vignette of a ship.] | Tot 
Dockvni. I Gedruckt by Louis Vlas-bloem^ Boeckdrucker wonende inde 
Kerc \ straet int Schrijf-boeck 1649. ! A^^-> PP- (^)i 7~5^' ^~^ '" 
fours. 6 Plates. l. 77934 



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79 



On the recto of the second leaf begins the " Inleydinghe tot den Gunstighen Leser," 
which fills three pages. The verso of the third leaf has the heading, " Stelt de Caerten 
aldus," followed by the numbers of the plates, I to 6, to be placed at pages 7, 17, 30, 
31, 37 and 42. In the middle of the same page is a typographical ornament. The 
copperplates are quite different from any in the editions described above, all except the 
maps being reiiersed imitations of those in Willem Jansz's corrected editic n (No. 77921, 
supra). They appear to have been first used in Vlas-bloem's Latin edition of 1648 
(No. 'TJ')S9y '"f'''')i which see for a fuller description. In this copy they are not 
inscribed with the numbers which were afterwards added, but are arranged as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemisplieres opposite page 7, with portraits above and 
at the sides, and with the additional names Tropicus Cancri, Tropicus Capricorni, etc., 
verso blank. 

(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt between pages 18 and 19, with the 
reference letters A to N. The descriptive text, " Aenvvljzing vande kaerte No. 2," is 
at the top of page 18. 

(3) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe opposite page 30. 

(4) Plate with the inscriptions Verraders Eijlandt Isle des traistres and Cocos Eijlandt 
Isle de Cocos, opposite page 31. 

(5) Plate of the meeting with the Indian kings between pages 36 and 37, ivithout 
the reference letters A to L. The descriptive text, " Verklaringhe van de Figure No. 
6 [i't]," is at the top of page 37. 

(6) Plate of Hoorn island, between pages 42 and 43, ivithout the name of the place, 
and ivithout the reference letters A and B. The descriptive text, "Verklaringe van de 
Figuere No. 7 [«c]," is at the top of page 42. 

The long folded map of the South Sea, which is found in Vlas-bloem's Latin editions 
of Schouten's journal, perhaps ought: to accompany this edition also, although it is not 
included in the list of plates. The following edition has the same title, but contains 
variations. 

ScHOUTEN. lovrnael | Ofte | Beschryving vande won-|der- 
lijcke Voyagie, ghedaen door VVillem Cor- | iielisz Schouten, van 
Hoorn, in den Iaere]i6i5, 1616, ende i6i7.|Hoe hy bezuyden 
de Straete van Magellanes, een nieuv^'e | Passagie ondeckt, en de 
geheele Aerd-cloot om-gezeylt heeft. | [Vignette of a ship.] | Tot 
Dockvm. I Gedruckt hy Louis P'las-bloein.^ Boeckdrucher woncnde tnde 
Kerc I straet int Schrijf-boeck 1649. | 4to, pp. (6), 7-56. a-g in 
fours. 6 Plates. 77935 

This edition, although it has the same title, differs from No. 77934 in several 
respects. The descriptive text for two of the plates is at the end of the text on page 
56. The maps and illustrations are from the same ccpperplates, but with the numbers 
and reference letters added. They are arranged as follows : 

(1) Map of the world in two hemispheres opposite page 7, containing the number 2 
in the lower righl-hand corner. 

(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt, with the reference letters A to N, 
and the number 3 in the lower right-hand corner. The descriptive text is on page 56, 
where this plate is referred to as No. 2. 

(3) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe, unnumbered. 

(4) Plr.te v/ith the inscriptions Verraders Eijlandt Isle des traistres and Cocos Eijlandt 
Isle de CocoSf with the number 4 in the lower left-hand corner. 



80 SCHOUTEN. 

(5) Plate of the meeting with the Indian kings, with the reference letters A to L, 
and the number 5 in the lower right-hand corner. The descriptive text is on page 56, 
where this plate is referred to as No. 5. 

(6) Plate with the single inscription Hoornse Eylandt and the reference letters A and 
B (all of which are lacking in the earliest impressions of this plate), and with the num- 
ber 6 in the lower right-hand corner. 

Concerning the map of the South Sea, which perhaps ought also to accompany this 
edition, see the note to No. 77934, supra. 

ScHOUTEN. lournael Ofte Beschryving vande wonderlijcke 
Voyagie, ghedaen door Willem Cornelisz Schouten, van Hoorn, 
inden laere 1615, 1616, ende 1617. ... Tot Dockum^ Louis Vlas- 
hloeni. 1651. 4to. Plates. ll^Ti^ 

Schouten. lournael, | ofte | Beschrijvingh vande Won-|der- 
lijcke Voyagie, gedaen door Willem | Corneiiszen Schouten, | van 
Hoorn, in den laere, 1615,] 1616, ende 1617. | In-houdende, hoe 
Hy bezuyden de Straete van | Magellanes, een Nieuwe Passagie 
ontdect, ende de]gheheele Aerdt-Kloot om-geseylt heeft. | [Vig- 
nette of two ships.] \t' Amsterdam .^\By Louis Vlas-bloem^ Boeckver- 
koper^ 1655. 1 4to, pp.48. A-F in fours. 6 Plates. L. 77937 

This edition contains no prefatory matter. The plates are the same as in Vlas- 
bloem's second edition of 1649 (No. 77935, supra), with the numbers and reference 
letters, etc. They are arranged as follows in the Lenox copy : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres, numbered 2, opposite page 3. 

(2) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe, unnumbered, between pages 4 and 5. 

(3) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt, numbered 3, and with the reference 
letters A to N, between pages 12 and 13. The descriptive text, " Verklaringhe vande 
Caerte, No. 2 ["V]," is on page 47. 

(4) Plate with the inscriptions Verraders Eijlar.dt Isle des traistres and Cocos Eijlandt 
Isle de Cocos, numbered 4, between pages 20 and 21. 

(5) Plate of the meeting with the Indian kings, numbered 5, and with the reference 
lettets A to L, between pages 24 and 25. The descriptive text, " Verclaringhe vande 
Figuyre, No. 5," is on pages 47, 48. 

(6) Plate with the inscription Hoornse Eylandt, numbered 6, and with the reference 
letters A and B, between pages 32 and 33. The descriptive text, "Verklaringhe van 
de Figuyr, No. 6," is on page 48. 

According to the directions on the last page, headed " Stelt de Caerten aldus," the 
plates as numbered there i to 6 should be placed at pages 3, 12, 21, 24, 28 and 33. 
The map of the South Sea is not in the Lenox copy, nor is it included in the number- 
ing of the plates. 

Schouten. Journael ofte Beschrijvinge van de wonderlicke 
Reyse gedaen door Willem Cornelisz Schouten van Hoorn, inde 
Jaren 1615, 1616 en 161 7. Hoe hy bezuyden de Straet van 
Magellanes een nieuvi^e Passagie ofte Strate, tot inde groote Zuyd- 
zee, ontdeckt ende voort den geheelen Aerd-kloot omgezeylt 
heeft. ... [Large woodcut. j /' A}nsterda?n^ Gedruckt by Ian Jacohsz, 



SCHOUTEN. 8l 

Bouman^ Boeckverkooper op 7 Water^ hide Lelye onder de Doornen. 
Anno 1658. 4to, pp. 56. 6 Plates. j.c.B. 77938 

This edition is said to agree exactly with the edition of 1661, No. 77939, '"/''''y 
which see for a description of the book and plates. 

ScHOUTEN. Journael, [ ofte | Beschrijvinge van de wonder- | 
lijcke Reyse, gedaen door Willem Cornelisz | Schouten van 
Hoorn, in de laren 1615. 1616. en 1617. | Hoe hy bezuyden de 
Straet van Magellanes een nieuwe | Passagie ofte Strate, tot inde 
groote Zuyd-zee, ontdeckt | ende voort den geheelen Aerd-kloot 
omgezeylt heeft. | Wat Eylanden, vreemde Volckeren en w^onder- 
lijcke] Avontueren hem ontmoet zijn, | Desen laetsten Druck ver- 
betert, en uyt eenige geschreven lournalen, | van Aris Klaessz en 
andere, gehouden op de selfde Reyse, merckelijck vermeerdert. | 
[Vignette of king David in battle, u^ith an inscription.] | f Am- 
sterdam^ I Gedruckt by Ian lacobsz, Bouman^ Boeckverkooper op '/ 
Water ^ in | de Lelye onder de Doornen^ Anno 1 66 1. 1 [Colophon :] 
f Amsterdam^ | Gedruckt by Broer lansz Bouman^ woonende op V 
JVater^ Anno i66i.| 4to, pp. 56. A-c in eights, and D in four. 
6 Plates. L. 77939 

An exact reprint of the Hoorn edition of 1648, with the vocabularies. On the verso 
of the title is the preface "Tot den Leser." The six plates, which were reengraved on 
wood, are named and placed as follows according to the " Register" on page 52 : 

(i) " Werelt-Caertgen " opposite page 3. Inscribed Folio 3. 

(2) " Leeuwen Eylandt" opposite page 12, with the reference letters A to N. 
Inscribed Folio 13. The descriptive text, "Aenwijsinge van de Kaerte N°. z," is at 
the top of page i 3. 

(3) " Indiaensche Schuyt met besaen " opposite page 26. Inscribed Folio 26. 

(4) "Cocos Eylandt" opposite page 27. Inscribed Folio 27. 

(5) "Indiaensche Koningh onder de Hut" opposite page 32, with the reference let- 
ters A to L. Inscribed Folio 33. The descriptive text, "Verklaringe van de Figure 
N". 5," is at the top of page 33. 

(6) " Hoornse Eylandt" opposite page 38, with the reference letters A and B. 
Inscribed Folio 38. The descriptive text, "Verklaringe van de Figure N". 6," is at the 
top of page 38. 

Schouten. Journael | Van de wonderlijcke Reyse, | Gedaen 
door I Willem Cornelisz. | Schouten van Hoorn, | In de Jaren 1615. 
16 16. en 1617. 1 Verhalende hoe dat hy bezuyden de Straet | Ma- 
galanes, eenen nieuw^en Doorganck gevonden heeft, streckende 
tot I in de Zuydt-Zee, met de vreemdigheyt der Volckeren, Lan- 
den en Won- | derheeden die men aldaer gesien heeft. [ [Vignette 
of ships.] I f Amsterdam^ Gedruckt | By Gillis yoosten Saeghman^ in 
de Nieuwe-straet^ | Ordinaris Drucker van de ^ournalen ter Zee^ en 
de Landt-Reysen.\ [1663.''] 4to, pp. 48. a-f in fours. Folded 
map of South America. l. 77940 



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A reprint of Hartgers's edition, No. 77933, supra, with the addition of some of the 
vocabularies of the Hoorn edition of 1648 on pages 47, 48. It forms one of the parts, 
usually the eleventh in order, of Saeghman's collection of voyages, published between 
1663 and 1670. A woodcut portrait of Schouten is on the verso of the title, and six 
engravings are printed in with the text, which is in double columns. 

Schouten. Journael | Van de Wonderlijcke Reyse, | Gedaen 
door|Willem Cornelisz. | Schouten van Hoorn, | In de laren 1615. 
1616. en 1617. 1 Verhalende hoe dat hy bezuyden de Straet | Ma- 
galanes, eenen nieuwen Doorganck gevonden heeft, strec-|kende 
tot in de Zuydt-Zee, met de vreemdigheden der Volckeren, | Lan- 
den en Wonderheden, die men aldaer gesien heeft. | [Large 
engraving of seven men with guns, etc.] | f Amsterdam^ \ By 
Michiel de Groot^ Boeck-verkooper op de Nieu- 1 wen-dijck^ tusschen 
beyde de Haerle?nmer-sluysen^ in de groote Byhel. | [1664.?] 410, pp. 
48. A-F in fours. L. 77941 

A poorly printed edition in double columns, without maps or plates, but with six rude 
engravings in the text. The last two pages contain, " Vocabulaer, of Tale van eenige 
Eylanden, die Willem Cornelisz Schouten, in de Zuydt-Zee aen gedaen heeft," /'. e. of 
the Salom.on islands, and of the islands of Cocos, Moyse and Moo. "Dans la collec- 
tion de pamphlets de la Bibliotheque Royale de la Haye i^Bihlioth. Dttncanniana), qui fut 
de bonne heure classee dans un ordre chronokigique, cette edition figure parmi des traites, 
portant la date de 1664. Michiel de Groot imprima vers 1660— 1680." — Tiele. 

Schouten. Journael van de w^onderlijcke Reyse, gedaen door 
Willem Cornelisz Schovten van Hoorn, in de Jaren 1615, 1616 
en 161 7. Verhaelende hoe dat hy bezuyden de Straet Maga- 
lanes ... V Amsterdam^ Gedruckt by Michiel de Groot ^ Boeck-verkooper 
op den Nieuwendijck^ tusschen beyde de Haerlemmer-sluysen^ in de 
Groote Bybel, [1664.'*] 410, pp. 48. J.C.B. ']1<^\1 

This edition appears to differ slightly in the imprint from No. 77941, supra. 

Schouten. Journael Van de Wonderlijcke Reyse, Gedaen 
door Willem Cornelisz Schouten van Hoorn, in de Jaren 1615, 
1616 en 1617 ... Amsterdam^ JVeduwe van Michiel de Groot. 
[1690.?] 4to. 77943 

See Tiele's " Memoire Bibliographique," p. 41, note. 

Schouten. Journael Van de Wonderlijcke Reyse, Gedaen 
door Willem Cornelisz Schouten van Hoorn, in de Jaren 1615, 
l6i6eni6l7 ... Amsterdam., Gijsbert de Groot. I Jib. 4to. 

Schouten. Journael | Van de Wonderlijcke Reyse, | Gedaen 
door I Willem Cornelisz. | Schouten van Hoorn, | In de Jaren 1615. 
1 61 6. en 161 7. I Verhalende hoe dat hy bezuyden de Straet Ma- 
gellanes, eenen nieuwen | doorganck gevonden heeft, streckende 
tot in de Zuydt-Zee, | met de vreemdigheden der Volckeren, Lan- 
den en | Wonderheden, die men aldaer gesien heeft. | [Large 



SCHOUTEN. 



83 



engraving of seven men with guns, etc.] | f Jmsterdam^ | By de 
IVeduwe van Gijsbert de Groot^ Boeck-verkoopster op den | Nieuwen- 
d'ljck^ in de Groote Byhel. \ [1740?] 4to, pp. 48. A— F in fours, h. 

This edition agrees in text page for page and column for column with the undated 
one published by Michiel de Groote, No. 77941, supra. There is some variation in 
the woodcuts, however, and they are not all arranged in the same way. 

ScHOUTEN. Journaal | Van de Wonderlijke Reyze, | Gedaan 
door I Willem Cornelisz. | Schouten van Hoorn. | In de Jaaren 
1615. 1616. en 1617. 1 Verhalende hoe dat hy Bezuyden' de Straat 
Magellanes, eenen | Nieuv^^en doorgank gevonden heeft, strek- 
kende tot in de Zuyd-Zee, | met de Vreemdigheden der Volkeren, 
Landen en | Wonderheden, die men aldaar gezien heeft. | [Large 
vignette of a ship.] | Tot Amsterdam^ | By 'Joannes Katinewet^ Boek- 
verkooper in de Nes^ | in de Gekroonde lugte Byhel. i 766. | 4to, pp. 
48. A-F in fours. L. 77946 

A reprint of No. 77945, supra, but with different woodcuts. 

Schouten. lovrnal | ov | Description | de I'admirable voyage | 
de Guillaume Schouten Hollandois. | Comme par luy est decouvert 
vers le zud du | destroict de Magellan un nouveau passage, | pour 
parvenir en la mer du Zud, jus-|ques a ce temps incognu. | 
Ouelles Terres, Isles, Gens & avontures estranges | par luy sont 
trouvez en la dicte Mer du Zud. | Illustre de belles Cartes & 
Figures taillez | en cuivre. | [Small vignette of two globes in a pair 
of scales.] | A Amsterdam. | hnprime ches GiiilUaiwie lanson. | [n. d.] 
4to, pp. (6), I blank leaf, 1-88. a-m in fours. 9 Maps and 
Plates, folded. L. 77947 

The first edition of Schouten's journal in French. It was probably published at 
about the same time as the first Dutch edition (No. 77920, supra), in the latter part of 
September, 1618. The " Avant-propos " fills the second and third of the preliminary 
leaves, and is undated. The maps and plates are from the copperplates of the original 
edition, and in the Lenox copy three of them are in thcw Jirst state, before the additional 
inscriptions and names were engraved. They are arranged as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres preceding page i, with portraits above and 
at the sides, and the signature mark B on the lower margin. This impression of the 
map, verso blank, does not contain the additional inscriptions Tropicus Cancri and Tro- 
picus Capricorni on the western half, or the names lapd, Banda, C. Bona Spei and S. 
Helena on the eastern half. 

(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt between pages 14 and 15 [or 16 and 
17], with the reference letters A to N, and on the verso of the first half the descrip- 
tive text, headed, " Esclarcissement de quelques demonstrations en la Carte suivante de 
Porto Desire," and the signature mark C4 on the margin below. 

(3) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., between pages 18 and 19, with the title in Dutch 
and French, and the signature mark D2 on the margin below. 

(4) Map of the South Sea between pages 24 and 25, with the title in Dutch, French 
and Latin, and the signature mark E on the margin below. 



84 SCHOUTEN. 

(5) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe between pages 36 and 37, with the signature 
mark F3 on the margin below. 

(6) Plate with the inscriptions Cocos Eylandt, etc., between pages 40 and 41, with the 
signature mark G on the margin below. 

(7) Plate with the inscription Hoornse Eijlandt hie de Hoorn, between pages 50 and 
51 [or 48 and 49]. This impression of the plate, verso blank, contains the signature 
mark H2 on the lower margin, but is without the reference letters A, B and C, and 
has no descriptive text. 

(8) Plate of the Indian kings and their village between pages 56 and 57. This 
impression of the plate, verso blank, contains the signature mark I on the lower mar- 
gin, but is without the reference letters A to L, and has no descriptive text. 

(9) Map of Nova Guinea between pages 64 and 65, with the title in Dutch, French 
and Latin, and the signature mark K on the margin below. 

A copy of this edition, lacking two plates, was priced by Leclerc in 1878 (" Biblio- 
theca Americana," No. 1989), at 200 francs. 

ScHOUTEN. lovrnal | Ou | Description | du merveilleux voyage 
de Gvilliavme | Schovten, Hollandois natif de Hoorn, | fait es 
annees 1615, 1616 & 1617. | Comme (en circumnavigeant le 
Globe terrestre) il a descouvert | vers le Zud du destroit de Ma- 
gellan un nouveau passage, [ jusques a la grande Mer de Zud. j 
Ensemble, j Des avantures admirables qui luy sont advenues en | 
descouvrant de plusieurs Isles, & peuples estranges. | [Large vig- 
nette of ships and a city.] \A Amstredani^\ Che% Guillaurne lanson^ 
I' an 1618. 1 4to, pp. (8), 88. A-M in fours. 9 Maps and Plates, 
folded. L. 77948 

A reissue of No. 77947, supra, differing only in the preliminary matter and in some 
of the plates. Following the title is the " Preface Au Lecteur de bonnaire " in five 
pages, which is quite different from the " Avant-propos" of the undated edition. On 
the verso of the fourth preliminary leaf are two epigrams on Schouten's voyage, neither 
of which are in No. 77947. Pages I to 88 of the text are not reprints, but are iden- 
tical in both editions. The maps and illustrations are from the same copperplates and 
have the same positions, but three of them contain variations. 

(1) Map of the world in two hemispheres preceding page i, with the signature 
mark B on the lower margin. This impression of the map, verso blank, contains the 
additional inscriptions Tropicus Cancri and Tropicus Capricorni on the western half, and 
the names lapd, Banda, C. Bona Spei and ^S. Helena on the eastern half. 

(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt between pages 14 and 15, with the 
reference letters A to N. On the verso of the first half is the descriptive text as in 
No. 77947, with the signature mark C4 below. 

(3) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., between pages 18 and 19, with the signature 
mark D2 on the lower margin, and the title in Dutch and French. 

(4) Map of the South Sea between pages 24 and 25, with the signature mark E on 
the lower margin, and the title in Dutch, French and Latin. 

(5) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe between pages 36 and 37, with the signature 
mark F3 on the lower margin. 

(6) Plate with the inscriptions Cocos Eylandt, etc., between pages 40 and 41, with 
the signature mark G on the lower margin. 



SCHOUTEN. 85 

(7) Plate with the inscription Hoornse Eijlandt hie de Hoorn, between pjges 50 and 
51. Also with the reference letters A, B and C, which are lacking in the first impres- 
sion of this plate. On the verso of the first half is the descriptive text, headed, " De- 
claration de quelques demonstrations en ceste Caerte de la Rade de I'lsle de Hoorne," 
and the signature mark H2 below. 

(8) Plate of the Indian kings and their village between pages 56 and 57. Also 
with the reference letters A to L, which are lacking in the first impressions of this 
plate. On the verso of the first half is the descriptive text, headed, " Declaration de 
quelques marques en ceste Carte suivante," and the signature mark I below. 

(9) Map of Nova Guinea between pages 64 and 65, with the signature mark K on 
the lower margin, and the title in Dutch, French and Latin. 

Priced by Maisonneuve in 1881 (" Bibliotheca Americana," No. 2952), at 200 
francs; Dufosse in 1887 ("Americana," No. 22954), at 85 francs. A set of the nine 
plates alone was priced by the latter bookseller in 1888 (No. 29284), at 50 francs. 

ScHOUTEN. Jovrnal I Ou I Description I dv merveillevx voyage 
de I Gvillavme Schovten, Hollandois natif de | Hoorn, fait es 
annees 1615. 1616. & 1617. | Comme (en circum-navigeant le 
Globe ter- I restre) il a descouvert vers le Zud du destroit de Ma- 
gellan vn j nouveau passage, jusques a la grande Mer de Zud. | 
Ensemble, | Des avantures admirables qui luy sont advenues en j 
descouvrant de plusieurs Isles, & peuples estranges. | [Large vig- 
nette of ships and a city.] | a Jmstredam^ \ Chez Ian lansson^ Li- 
braire^ demeurant sur I Eau^ a la Carte Marine. 1 6 19. | 4to, pp. 
(8), 88. A-M in fours. 9 Maps and Plates, folded. l. 77949 

A reprint of No. 77948, by a different publisher, with the title vignette, maps and 
plates that were used in Jan Janssen's Dutch editions (Nos. 77922—77926, supra), 
which see for a fuller description. The second, third and fourth preliminary leaves 
contain the "Preface. Au lecteur debonnaire" in five pages, and the epigrams on 
Schouten on one page. The illustrations are arranged as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres, verso blank, opposite the title. Without 
signature mark, and without the additional inscriptions Tropicus Cancri, etc. 

(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt between pages 14 and 15, with the 
reference letters A to N, and on the verso the descriptive text, headed, " Esclarcisse- 
ment de quelques demonstrations en la Carte suivante de Porto Desire," and the signa- 
ture mark C4 on the lower margin. 

(3) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., between pages 24 and 25, with the title in Dutch 
and French, and in the lower left-hand corner the inscription Fol. 24, but without sig- 
nature mark. 

(4) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe between pages 40 and 41, with the inscription 
Fol. 41 in the lower left-hand corner, but without signature mark. 

(5) Plate with the inscription Cocos Eylandt, etc., between pages 44 and 45, with the 
inscription Fol. 45 in the lower right-hand corner, but without signature mark. 

(6) Plate with the inscription Hoornse Eijlandt Isle de Hoorn between pages 50 and 
51, with the reference letters A, B and C, and on the verso the descriptive text, headed, 
" Declaration de quelques demonstrations en ceste Carte de la Rade de I'lsle de Home," 
and the signature mark H2 below. In the other French edition (No. 77948) two ot 
the words in this heading are spelled "Caerte" and " Hoorne." 

(7) Plate of the Indian kings and their village between pages 56 and 57, with the 
VOL. XIX. 6 



86 SCHOUTEN. 

reference letters A to L, and on the verso the descriptive text, headed, " Declaration de 
quelques marques en ceste Carte suivante," and the signature mark I below. 

(8) Map of Nova Guinea between pages 80 and 81, with the title in Dutch, French 
and Latin, but without signature mark. 

(9) Map of the South Sea between pages 84 and 85, with the title in Dutch, French 
and Latin, but without signature mark. 

Tiele describes a copy (No. 40 of his list), in which the plate of Porto Desire was 
without any descriptive text on the verso. 

ScHOUTEN. Jovrnal | Ou | Description | dv merveillevx voyage 
de I Gvillavme Schovten, Hollandois natif de | Hoorn, fait es 
annees 1615. 1616. & 1617. | Comme (en circum-navigeant le 
Globe ter-|restre) il a descouvert vers le Zud du destroit de Ma- 
gellan vn I nouveau passage, jusques a la grande Mer de Zud. | 
Ensemble, | Des avantures admirables qui luy sont advenues en | 
descouvrant de plusieurs Isles, & peuples estranges. | [Large vig- 
nette of ships and a city.] | a Afnstredam^ \ Che% Harman lanson^ 
Marchand L'lhraire^ demeurant | en la Warmoes-straet^ a le Sereine, 
1619.] 4to, pp. (8), 88. A-M in fours. 9 Maps and Plates, 
folded. J.C.B., L. 77950 

This edition is the same as the preceding (No. 77949), the only difference being the 
change of imprint. The maps and plates are lacking in the Lenox copy. Priced by 
Miiller in 1872 (No. 1956), 35 florins; Dufosse in 1887 (No. 26327), 60 francs. 
One of these Amsterdam editions in French was sold at Bolton Corney's sale in 1871 
for ten guineas. 

ScHOUTEN. Jovrnal | ou | Description | dv merveillevx voyage 
de I Gvillavme Schovten, Hollandois natif de | Hoorn, fait es 
annees 1615. 161 6. & 161 7. | Comme (en circum-navigeant le 
Globe ter-|restre) il a descouvert vers le Zud du destroit de Ma- 
gellan vn I nouveau passage, jusques a la grande Mer de Zud. | 
Ensemble, | Des avantures admirables qui luy sont advenues en | 
descouvrant de plusieurs Isles, & peuples estranges. | [Large vig- 
nette of ships and a city.] | y/ Jmstreda?n, \ Chez Pierre du Keere^ 
Tailleur de Cartes^ demeurant en \ la Calverstraet^ a Vemeigne du 
temps incertain. 1619.] 4to, pp. (8), 88. 9 Maps and Plates, 
folded. 77951 

This edition is the same as the two preceding (Nos. 77949, 77950), the only differ- 
ence being the change of imprint. " Pierre du Keere ou Pieter van der Keere, dont 
nous possedons entre autres de petits Atlas, a probablement grave les cartes de ce jour- 
nal." — Tiele. 

ScHOUTEN. lovrnal | ov Relation ] exacte dv voyage | de Gvill. 
Schovten, | dans les Indes : Par vn nouueau | destroit, & par les 
grandes Mers | Australes qu'il a descouuert, vers | le Pole Antar- 
tique. I Ensemble des nov-|uelles Terres auparauant incognues, | 
Isles, Fruicts, Peuples, & Animaux | estranges, qu'il a trouue en 



SCHOUTEN. 87 

son chemin : | Et des rares obseruations qu'il y a fait | touchant la 
declinaison de I'Aymant. | A Paris^ | Chez M. Gohert^ au Palais en 
la gallerie | des prisonniers : Et les Cartes^ chevc M. | Tauernier^ Gra- 
ueur du Roy^ de- | meurant au pont Marchand. | M. DC, xviil. | Sm. 
8vo, pp. (14), 232. Sig. a in seven, a in four, and b-p in eights. 
8 Maps and Plates, folded. L. 77952 

This is mainly a reprint of the Amsterdam French edition of 1618, but with many 
alterations and improvements in the text. The first leaf of signature a was probably a 
blank. Following the title is the dedication of the publisher, "A Monseignevr Mon- 
seignevr dv Vair, Garde des Sceaux de France," signed M. G., beginning on the recto 
of aiij and ending on the recto of aiiij. On the verso of the latter begins a new preface 
"Av lectevr, Salvt," which fills eight pages, the verso of the last one being blank. 
The " Avant-propos" on pages 1-7, verso blank, is not the " Avant-propos " of the 
undated French edition, but a revision of the "Preface Au Lecteur de bonnaire" in No. 
77948, with some changes. The text of the journal begins on page 9. Pages 56, 90, 
91, 94, 95, 98, 99, 102, 103, 215 are respectively misnumbered 46, 100, loi, 104, 
105, 108, 109, 112, 113, 115, and page 179 is numbered upside down. The eight 
maps and views are close imitations, on a slightly smaller scale, of the original plates In 
their first state, as they appear in No. J'J'j^'J, but all the views and figures are reversed. 
They are arranged in the following order, each one except the first being inscribed with 
the number of the page opposite which it belongs : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres opposite page 9, with portraits above and 
at the sides. Without the additional inscriptions Tropicus Cancri, etc. 

(2) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., with the title in French. Inscribed y° 57. 

(3) Map of the South Sea, with the title in French. Inscribedy° 73. 

(4) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe. Inscribedy"" 103. 

(5) Plate with the inscriptions isle de Cocas, etc. Inscribedy" 1 13. 

(6) Plate with the inscription is!e de Hoorn, without the reference letters A, B and C 
Inscribed y° 137. 

(7) Plate of the Indian kings and their village, without the reference letters A to L. 
Inscribed y° 153. 

(8) Map of Nova Guinea, with the title in French. Inscribed y"° 169. 

Priced by Leclerc in 1878 (" Bibliotheca Americana," No. 1990), 130 francs; 
Dufosse in 1878 (No. 4909), 120 francs. 

ScHOUTEN. Iovrnal|ov Relation | exacte dv voyage | de Gvill. 
Schovten, j dans les Indes : Par vn nouueau | destroit, & par les 
grandes Mers [ Australes qu'il a descouuert, vers | le Pole Antar- 
tique. I Ensemble des nov- | uelles Terres auparauant incognues, | 
Isles, Fruicts, Peuples, & Animaux | estranges, qu'il a trouue en 
son chemin : | Et des rares obseruations qu'il y a fait | touchant la 
declinaison de I'Aymant. | A Paris^ | Chez M. Gohert^ au Palais en 
la gallerie \ des prisonniers : Et les Cartes^ chez M. \ Tauernier^ Gra- 
ueur du Roy^ de-\?neurant au pont Marchand. | M. DC xix. j Sm. 
8vo, pp. (14), 232. Sig. a in seven, a in four, and b-p in eights. 
8 Maps and Plates, folded. l. 77953 

This edition is the same as the one preceding (No. 77952), the only difference being 
the change of date in the imprint. There are two copies in the Lenox Library, both of 



88 SCHOUTEN. 



which have pages 56 and 215 wrongly numbered 46 and 115, and page 179 numbered 
upside down. The other errors of pagination had been corrected, but they will probably 
be found in some copies of this date. 

ScHOUTEN. lovrnal I ov I Relation I exacte dv voyage |de Gvill. 
Schovten, | dans les Indes : Par vn nouueau | destroit, & par les 
grandes Mers | Australes qu'il a descouuert, vers | le Pole Antar- 
tique. I Ensemble des nov-|uelles Terres auparauant incognues, ] 
Isles, Fruicts, Peuples, & Animaux | estranges qu'il a trouue en 
son chemin. | Et des rares obseruations qu'il y a fait | touchant la 
declinaison de TAymant. | J Paris^l Chez lean Gv'ignard^ Et Henry 
le Gras^ \ au premier Pillier de la grande Sale \ du Palais. \ M. DC. xxx. | 
Sm. Svo, pp. (14), 232. Sig. a in seven, a in four, and b-p in 
eights. 8 Maps and Plates, folded. l. 77954 

This edition is the same as the two preceding (Nos. 77952, 77953)» the only differ- 
ence being in the substitution of a new title. There are two copies in the Lenox Library, 
in one of which pages 56, 90, 91, 94, 95, 98, 99, 102, 103, 215 are respectively mis- 
numbered 46, 100, loi, 104, 105, 108, 109, 112, 113, 115, and page 179 is numbered 
upside down. In the other copy all the errors of pagination had been corrected except 
pages 56 and 215, which are wrongly numbered 46 and 115, and page 179, which is 
numbered upside down. 

ScHOUTEN. Warhaffte Beschreibung| Der Wunderbarlichen | 
Rayse vnd Schiffart, so Wilhelm Schout von | Horn, ausz Hol- 
landt nach Suden gethan, vnd was | gestalt er hinter der Magel- 
lanischen Enge, ein newe | vnd zuuor vnbekante Durchfahrt in 
die Sudersee | gefunden. | Neben kurtzer Anzeig der Landschaff- 
ten, I Insuin, Volckern, vnd dergleichen, so er auff ange-|deuter 
Raysz angetrofFen. Sampt etlich beyge- 1 legten Kupfferstiicken. | 
[Ornament.] | Gedruckt %u Arnhehn^ Bey Ian lansen^ Anno 161 8. | 
4to, 20 unnumbered leaves, the last one blank, a-e in fours. 
9 Maps and Plates, folded. l. 77955 

The title, verso blank, is followed by the " Vorred " in two pages, after which the 
journal begins on the third leaf. This is closely printed in long lines, and does not 
appear to be abridged. The maps and illustrations, which are bound at the end of the 
volume, are from the same copperplates as those in the Dutch edition of the same pub- 
lisher (No. 77922, supra), which see for a fuller description. They are as follows, the 
order of arrangement varying in different copies : 

(i) Map of the South Sea, with the title in Dutch, French and Latin. 

(2) Map of the world in two hemispheres, verso blank. 

(3) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., with the title in Dutch and French, and the 
inscription Fol. 24. 

(4) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt, with the reference letters A to N, 
verso blank. 

(5) Plate with the inscription Hoomse Eijlandt hie de Hoorn, and the reference let- 
ters A, B and C, and on the verso the descriptive text, headed, " Declaration de quelques 
demonstrations en ceste Carte de la Rade de Tlsle de Home," with the signature mark 
H2 below. 



SCHOUTEN. 89 

(6) Plate with the inscriptions Cocos Eylandt, etc., and Fol. 45. 

(7) Plate of the meeting with the Indian kings, with the reference letters A to L, 
verso blank. 

(8) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe, with the inscription Fol. 41. 

(9) Map of Nova Guinea, with the title in Dutch, French and Latin. 

One of the two copies of this edition in the Lenox Library contains a woodcut por- 
trait opposite the " Vorred," probably intended for Schouten, which may have been 
inserted at the time of publication. 

Schouten. Die sechtzehende SchifFfahrt. | Journal, | Oder | 
Beschreibung der wun-|derbaren Reise Wilhelm Schouten | ausz 
Hollandt, im Jahr 1615. | 16. vnd 17. [ Darinnen er eine neuwe 
Durchfahrt neben dem | Freto Magellanico, welche biszhero noch 
vnbekannt | gewesen, in die Suyd See entdeckt. | Beneben erzeh- 
lung, was fiir Land, Insuln, Leut, allda | gefunden, vnd sich sons- 
ten auff der Reise in der | Suyd See zugetragen. | Mit schonen 
Land Charten, vnd Kupfferstiicken erklart. | [Vignette of two 
natives, etc.] | Gedruckt %u Franckfurt am Mayn^ durch Nicolaum | 
Hojfmann.^ sumptibus Hulsianls. | Im lar M. DC xix. | 4to, pp. (6), 
7-90, and one blank leaf, a-l in fours, and m in two. 9 Maps 
and Plates. L. 77956 

The sixteenth part of Hulsius's collection of voyages. It is an entirely different ver- 
sion from No. 77955. The " Vorrede " fills the second and third leaves. The maps 
and plates are mostly imitations of those in the original Dutch edition, with one excep- 
tion, and were engraved on copper specially for this edition. They are as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres between the title and "Vorrede," with 
portraits above and at the sides, verso blank. This does not contain the additional 
inscriptions Tropicus Cancri, etc. 

(2) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., between peges 20 and 21, with the title, "Carte 
der durchfahrt so Wil. Sch. neben dem freto Magellanico Anno 1 61 6. gefunden. ' 

(3) Map of the South Sea between pages 30 and 31, ^ith the title, " Caarte, darin 
der zuijdze der weg gezeiget, den Wilhelm Schouten gefahren, beneben den Insulen vnd 
landen so er darin angetroffen." 

(4) Small plate of the Indian sailing canoe opposite page 42, with the inscription 
L. A. in the upper left-hand corner. 

(5) Small plate of Cocos Eylandt, etc., opposite page 45, with the inscription L. B. in 
the upper left-hand corner. 

(6) Small plate of Hoornse Eijlandt hie de Hoorn opposite page 53, with the inscrip- 
tion L. C. in the upper left-hand corner. 

(7) Small plate of the meeting with the Indian kings opposite page 60, with the 
inscription L. D. in the upper right-hand corner. 

(8) Small plate of a battle between the Dutch and Indians opposite page 74, with 
the inscription L. E. in the upper left-hand corner. 

(9) Map of Nova Guinea between pages 84 and 85, v/ith the title, "Beschreibung 
Nouae Gvineae, wie die von Wilhelm Schouten vmbfahren." 

For the title of another German version, in De Bry's collection, see Vol. iii., p. 57. 



go SCHOUTEN. 

ScHOUTEN. Novi Freti, ] a parte meridionali freti ] Magellanici, 
in Magnum Mare Australe | Detectio ; | Facta laboriosissimo & 
periculosissimo | itinere a Guilielmo Cornelij Schoutenio Hornano, 
I Annis 1615, 161 6, & 161 7, totum | Orbem terrarum circum- | 
navigante. | [Large vignette of ship? and a city.] | J?nsterodaTni^ | 
Jpud Guilielmu7n lansonlum. 1619. | 4to, pp. (8), 95, (1). A-N in 
fours. 9 Maps and Plates, folded. l. 77957 

The vignette on the title is from the same copperplate that was used in the Dutch 
editions of the same publisher. The " Prasfatio Ad benevolum Lectorem " begins on 
the recto of the second leaf and fills four pages, followed by a Latin " Carmen " in 
two pages more. Pages 94 and 95 are wrongly numbered 82 and 87. On the recto 
of the last leaf is a woodcut of a compass, and on the verso a list of the winds in Dutch 
and Latin. The maps and illustrations are from the plates of the second Dutch edition 
(No. 77921, supra), containing the additional names and reference letters, and are 
arranged as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres preceding page i, with portraits above and 
at the sides, and the signature mark B on the lower margin, verso blank. With the 
additional inscriptions Tropicus Cancri, etc. 

(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt between pages 22 and 23, with the 
reference letters A to N, and on the verso the descriptive text, headed, " Notatio loco- 
rum nonnullorum in Tabula subsequenti, de Porto Desire," with the signature mark D4 
on the lower margin. 

(3) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., between pages 24 and 25, with the title in Dutch 
and French, and the signature mark D2 (altered by a pen to E) on the lower margin. 

(4) Map of the South Sea between pages 36 and 37, with the title in Dutch, French 
and Latin, and the signature mark F3 on the lower margin. 

(5) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe, between pages 44 and 45, with the signature 
mark G3 on the lower margin. 

(6) Plate with the inscriptions Cocos Eylandt, etc., between pages 48 and 49, with 
the signature mark H on the lower margin. 

(7) Plate with the inscription Hoornse Eijlandt Isle de Hoorn, between pages 58 and 
59, with the reference letters A, B and C, and on the verso the descriptive text, headed, 
" Notatio locorum in Tabula subsequenti, scilicet, statione Insulae Hornae," with the 
signature mark I2 below. 

(8) Plate of the meeting with the Indian kings, between pages 62 and 63, with the 
reference letters A to L, and on the verso the descriptive text, headed, " Notatio loco- 
rum praecipuorum in Tabula in hac subsequenti," with the signature mark I4 below. 

(9) Map of Nova Guinea between pages 70 and 71, with the title in Dutch, French 
and Latin, and the signature mark K (altered by a pen to K4) on the lower margin. 

There are two copies of this edition in the Lenox Library, with slight variations in 
the positions of the signature marks on several of the maps and plates, showing that 
they were probably stamped on by hand. "Cette edition latine, publiee par Biaeu, a 
probablement ete traduite par Nicolaas van Wassenaer." — Tiele. Priced by guaritch 
in 1874 (No. 10397), £6 6s. 

Schouten. Diarivm | vel | Descriptio laboriosissimi, & Moles- 
tissimi|Jtineris, facti ajGvilielmo Cornelii | Schovtenio, Hornano. 
I Annis 1615. 16 16. h i6i7.|Cum a parte Australi freti Magel- 
lanici, novum ductum, aut | fretum, in Magnum Mare Australe 



SCHOUTEN. 91 

detexit, totumq3 [ Orbem terrarum circumnavigavit. | Quas Insulas, 
& regiones, & populos viderit, | Sz quae pericula subierit. | [Large 
vignette of ships and a city.] | Amsterdami^ Apud Petrum Karinrn. 
J°. 1619. 1 4to, pp. (8), 1-24, 17-71. Sig. .•. and a-k in fours. 
9 Maps and Plates, folded, l. 77958 

A translation of the second Dutch edition, No. 77921, supra, different from No. 
77957. The dedication, " Amplissimis, Prudentissimis, Ornatissimis DD. Domino 
Praetori, Consulibus, Scabinis, Rectoribus Famosissimas Urbis Maritimae, Hornae," in 
two pages dated October 12th, 161 8, and signed Guilielmvs lansonius, is followed by 
the " Praefatio Ad Lectorem Benevolum" in four pages more. Besides the errors of 
pagination noticed in the above collation, pages 14 and 15 of the text are misnumbered 
4 and 5. The maps and plates are identical with those used in Jan Janssen's French 
edition (No. 77949, supra), including the descriptive text in French on the backs of 
three of the plates. They are placed as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres, after the preface, verso blank. 

(2) Map of the South Sea opposite page i. 

(3) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt between pages 16 and 17, with the 
descriptive text in French on the verso. 

(4) Map of Tierra del Fuogo, etc., between pages 24 and i-jbis. 

(5) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe between pages 28 and 29. 

(6) Plate of Cocos Eylandt, etc., between pages 30 and 31. 

(7) Plate of the meeting with the Indian kings, between pages 32 and 33, with the 
descriptive text in French on the verso. 

(8) Map of Nova Guinea between pages 38 and 39. 

(9) Plate of Hoortise Eijlandt Isle de Hoorn, between pages 46 and 47, with the 
descriptive text in French on the verso. 

Priced by Dufosse in 1887 (No. 26326), 100 francs. 

ScHouTEN. Diarivm | vel | Descriptio laboriosissimi, & Moles- 
tissimi I Itineris, facti a|Gvilielmo Cornelii | Schovtenio, Hornano. 
[Annis 1615. 1616. h 1617. | Qui a parte Australi freti Magel- 
lanici, novum ductum, aut | fretum, in Magnum Mare Australe 
detexit, totumq; | Orbem terrarum circumnavigavit. | Editio altera. J 
[Large vignette of ships and a city.] | Amsterdami^ Sumptlbus Lu- 
dov'ici Vlas-bloe7n. 1648. | 4to, pp. (8), 1-24, 17-71. Sig. .•. and 
A-K in fours. 7 Maps and Plates, folded. H. 77959 

A reprint of No. 77958, supra, with the same dedication and preface, but with the 
former dated April 12, 1648, and signed Lvdovicvs Vlas-bloem. The vignette on the 
title is a reversed copy of that in the original Dutch edition. On page 71 is added a 
list, "Tabellas hoc modo impingantur," numbered i to 6, to be placed at pages i, 20, 
29, 36, 36, 44, 52. At the bottom of the same page is a list of errata in seven lines. 
The seven maps and plates are imitations of those in No. 77921, newly engraved on 
copper for this edition, but the views and figures are reversed. They are as follows : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres, with portraits above and at the sides, 
and the additional inscriptions Tropicus Cancri, Tropicus Capricorni, etc. It can be dis- 
tinguished from the other editions by the inscription Bra\lilia (instead of Bra\silia) on 
the South American continent. 



92 . SCHOUTEN. 

(2) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt, with the reference letters A to N, 
verso blank. The view is reversed, so that the figures of the men killing the sea lion 
are in the riglit-hand corner of the plate. 

(3) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe. The view is reversed, and the boats sailing 
towards the right-hand side. 

(4) Plate of Verraders Eijlandt Isle des Iraistres and Cocos Eijlandt Isle de Cocos. 
The view is reversed, so that Cocos Eijlandt is on the right-hand side. 

(5) Plate of the meeting with the Indian kings, without the reference letters A to 
L, verso blank. The view is reversed, so that the large standing figures are on the 
right-hand side. 

(6) Plate of Hoorn island, without the name of the place, and without the reference 
letters A and B, verso blank. The view is reversed, so that the men in the boat firing 
guns are on the right-hand side. 

(7) Long folded map of the South Sea, with the title in Dutch, French and Latin. 
It can be distinguished from the other editions by the three (instead of two) figures ot 
ships, and by the word cemin (instead of chemin) in the third line of the French title. 
The inscription Strate ■van h Alaire is properly printed, as on the original map. 

The map of the South Sea is evidently not included in the plate numbers on page 71. 
and is probably lacking in some copies. There is no doubt, however, of its belonging 
to the book. I am indebted to Mr. Wm. H. Tillinghast, of Harvard College Library, 
for the above title. 

ScHOUTEN. Diarivm I vel I Descriptio laboriosissimi, & Moles- 
tissimi| Itineris, facti a|Gvilielmo Cornelii | Schovtenio, Hornano. 
I Annis 1615. 1616. & 1617. | Qui a parte Australi freti Magel- 
lanici, novum ductum, aut | fretum, in Magnum Mare Australe 
detexit, totumq; | Orbem terrarum circumnavigavit. | Editio altera. | 
Docceti^ Sumptibus Ludovici Vlas-bloem. 1648. | 4to, pp. (8), 1—24, 
17-71. Sig. .•. and a-k in fours. 7 Maps and Plates. bm. 

Probably a mere reissue of the preceding edition (No. 77959), with only a change in 
the imprint. 

ScHOUTEN. Diarium, I vel I Descriptio laboriosissimi, & moles- 
tissimi I Itineris, facti a|Guilielmo Cornelii | Schoutenio, Hornano. 
I Annis 1615. 1616. & 1617. | Qui a parte Australi freti Magel- 
lanici, novum ductum, | aut fretum, in magnum Mare Australe 
detexit, totumque | Orbem terrarum circumnavigavit. | [Large 
woodcut of a ship.] | Amsterdam!^ | Sumptibus Ludovici Vlas-blom^ 
1662 1 4to, pp. (8), 1-24, I']—'] I. Sig. .'. and a-k in fours. 
7 Maps and Plates, folded. l. 77961 

This appears to be a mere reissue of No. 77959, supra, the only difference being the 
substitution of a new title in place of the canceled one, and a few alterations in the 
plates. The dedication is dated April 12th, 1648, and signed Lvdovicvs Vlas-bloem. 
On page 71 is the list, "Tabellje hoc modo impingantur," numbered i to 6, and the 
list of errata in seven lines. The seven maps and plates, in the Lenox copy, are bound 
together between the preface and page i of the text. They comprise the following : 

(i) Map of the world in two hemispheres, with the number 2 added in the lower 
right-hand corner. 



SCHOUTEN. 93 

(2) Plate of the Indian sailing canoe. 

(3) Plate of Porto Desire or Leeuwen Eylandt, with the reference letters A to N, 
and with the number 3 added in the lower right-hand corner, verso blank. 

(4) Plate of Verraders F.ijlandt Isle des traistres and Cocos Eijlandt hie de Cocos, with 
the number 4 added in the lower left-hand corner. 

(5) Plate of the meeting with the Indian kings, with the reference letters A to L 
added, and with the number 5 added in the lower right-hand corner, verso blank. 

(6) Plate of Hoorn island, with the inscription Hoornse Eylandt added, and with the 
number 6 added in the lower right-hand corner, verso blank. 

(7) Long folded map of the South Sea. 

For the title of another Latin version, in De Bry's collection, see Vol. in., p. 44. 

ScHOUTEN. The I Relation of | a Wonderfull Voiage made by 
William | Cornelison Schovten of Home. | Shewing how South 
from the Straights of Magelan, in | Terra Del-fuogo : he found 
and discouered a newe passage | through the great South Sea, and 
that way sayled | round about the world. | Describing what Islands, 
Countries, People, and strange | Aduentures he found in his saide 
Passage. I [Vignette map.] | London \ Imprinted by T. D.for Na- 
thanaell Nevvbery^ and | are to be sold at the signe of the Starre^ vnder 
S. Peters \ in Corne-hill^ and in Pope-head Alley. 1619. | 410, pp. (8), 
1-36, 36-82, verso blank, a-l in fours, besides the first two 
leaves. l. 77962 

The vignette map on the title represents Tierra del Fuogo and the southern part of 
America. The same cut is repeated on page 22. Following the title is the one-page 
dedication, "To the Right Worshipfvll Sir Thomas Smith Knight, Gouernour of the 
East Indian Companie. &c.," signed with the initials of the translator, William Phillip, 
verso blank. "The Preface" begins on the recto of the third leaf and ends on the 
recto of the fourth, verso blank. This edition appears to have been published without 
any plates. A copy in the John Carter Brown Library at Providence is described in the 
printed catalogue as containing a frontispiece of the two hemispheres with portraits of 
Magellan and Schouten at top, a portrait of G. de Bloys, admiral of Zeland, and 3 maps 
and 6 plates, all of which were probably inserted. Another English account of the 
voyage is in Harris's collection, vol. x. 

Schouten. Relacion Diaria. [ Del Viage de Ia-|cobo de 
Mayre, | y Gvillelmo Cornelio Schouten, en que descubrieron 
nueuo Es- 1 trecho y passage del mar del Norte al | mar del Sur, a 
la parte Austral | del Estrecho de Ma | gallanes. | Am [Vignette of 
IHS.] 1619 I En Madrid. | Par Bernardino de Guzman. | 4to, 26 
leaves. Sig. ^ and a-e in fours, and F in two, bm., l. 77963 

Improved title of No. 44058, Vol. xi., which see for a note. On the verso of leaf 
12, in the margin, are the words " Aqui los Mapas." The maps, however, are not in 
the book. 

Schouten. Giornale, | overo [ Descrittione | del faticosissimo, | 
& trauagliosissimo viaggio, | Fatto da | Gvlielmo Cornelio | Scou- 
tenio da Hornalgl'anni 1615. 1616. & i6i7.|Quando dalla parte 



94 SCHREIBEN. 

Australe del Mare Magellanico | scopri vn nuouo condotto, ouero 
Mare verso il | gran Mare Australe, & nauigo tutt' il | Mondo 
intorno. | Che Isole, & Paesi, & Popoli habbi veduto, & | in che 
pericoli sia incorso. | Tradotto di Latino in Volgare. | [Small vig- 
nette of a female.] | In Venet'ia^ Jppresso Santo Gr'illo^ e Fratelli. 
1 62 1. 1 Con Licentia de' Superiorly l^ Priuilegio. \ Sm. 8vo, 60 leaves. 
A-G in eights, and h in four. l. 77964 

This is probably the rarest of all the editions of Schouten's journal. 

Schouw-Tooneel van Wederwaardigheden of Verzamelino; van 
rampspoedige en ongelukkige Reistochten, van en naar verscheide 
Gewesten van den Aardbodem, gedaan door Nederlandsche en 
andere Schepen, uitvoerig beschreven en met Kunstige Platen 
vercierd. Amsterdam: B. Mourik. [1780?] 410, pp. (4), 270. 
13 Plates. c. 77965 

For a list of the contents iee the " Catalogue of Books added to the Library of Con- 
gress," for 1868, p. 253. 

[ScHOYEN (David Monrad).] Amerikas Forenede Staters His- 
torie. Tre delarne. ... Chicago. 1 874-1 876. 3 vols., i2mo. 

ScHRAMKE (T.) Description of the New-York Croton Aque- 
duct in english, german and french by T. Schramke, with twenty 
plates. New-York and Berlin.^ at the Authors. 1846. On stone ^ 
printed by Mundt Berlin. 4to, pp. (4), 62, and folded Table. 
Map and 19 Plates, a. + Second Edition. \lbid?^ 1855. 4to, 
pp. (4), 62, and Table. Map and 19 Plates. IT^^l 

Schramm (H.) C. F. Ph. v. Martius. Sein Lebens- und 
Characterbild, insbesondere seine Reiseerlebnisse in Brasilien. 
Von Hugo Schramm. ... Leipzig: Ludwig Denicke. 1869. 2 
vols., i6mo, pp. X, 278 ; iii, 164. b. 77968 

ScHRAMMius (J. C.) De Philosophia Canadensium Populi in 
America Septentrionali balbutiente Dissertatio quam Introductioni 
in Philosophiam Publicis Lectionibus aggrediendae prjemittit & 
simul auditores humaniter invitat Jonas Conradus Schrammius 
P. P. Helmestadii : Georg Wolfgang Ha?n?n. [1707.] 4to, (12) 
leaves. j.c.b. 77969 

Ein I Schreiben | An die | Einwohner | der | Provinz | Quebec. ( 
Auszug aus dem Protocoll des Congresses. | Philadelphia^ \ Gedruckt 
und zu haben bey Heinrich Miller^ | 1774. | 8vo, pp. (2), 63—76. 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Schreiben an einen guten Freund iiber den Gedanken vom 



SCHRIK. 95 

Ursprunge der amerikanischen Volker so im Danziger Geschichts- 
calender stehen. Thorun. 1777. 8vo. 1191'^ 

Schreiben | des | Evangelisch-Lutherisch und Reformirten | Kir- 
chen-Rathes, | wie auch | der Beamten der Teutschen Gesellschaft 
I in der Stadt Philadelphia, | an die | Teutschen Einwohner | der 
Provinzen | von Newyork und Nord-Carolina. | Philadelphia^ | Ge- 
druckt bey Heinrich Miller^ in der Rees-strasse^\ 1 775-1 1 6 mo, pp. 
40. 77972 

Title from Hildeburn. 

ScHREiBERS (K. von), Editor. Nachrichten von den kaiserl. 
osterreichischen Naturforschern in Brazilien, und den Resultaten 
ihrer Betriebsamkeit, ... aus den Berichten und Briefen der Na- 
turforscher [J. Natterer, H. Schott, J. C. Mikan] an den k. k. 
Hofnaturalienkabinets Director, Herrn Karl v. Schreibers, und 
nach Untersuchung und Befund der eingesendeten naturhistori- 
schen Gegenstande der k. k. Hof- Naturalienkabinets Direction. 
Bricnn : J. G. Trassler, 1820. 8vo, pp. 191. Plate and Map. 

Improved title of No. 7607, Vol. 11., from the catalogue of the Library of Congress. 
A second part was printed in 1823. 

ScHREiNER (H. L.) The Beauregard Songster, being a Col- 
lection of Patriotic, Sentimental, and Comic Songs, the most 
popular of the day. Arranged by Hermann L. Schreiner. Pub- 
lished by John C. Schreiner & Son, Macon and Savannah, Ga. 1864. 
i8mo, pp. (2), 36. B., c. 77974 

Schreiner. The Gen. Lee Songster, being a Collection of 
the most Popular, Sentimental, Patriotic, and Comic Songs. ... 
Macon, Ga.: J. C. Schreiner ^ Son. 1865. l8mo, pp. (2), 36. 
-\- Jugusta. 1865. iSmo. 77975 

Schrik niet ! Schrik niet ! De Engelsche Dog, die Holland- 
sche Reutjes en Russische Teefjes Byt, Vint zich opgeslooten 
door een' Americaanschen Beer, Deensche en Zw^eedsche Hon- 
den, een Russische Teef, en een met Goud geklaauwden Hol- 
landschen Leeuw. Zynde Een Dicht-Stukje in een Staatkundige 
Satyrique Samenspraak, tusschen Vraagal en Praatgraag ; Bevat- 
tende het begin en oorzaak der tegenvv^oordige Engelsche Oorlog 
tot op deegen tyd toe. Alom te bekomen. [^Amsterdam. 1781?] 
8vo, pp. 16. BA. 77976 

Don't fear! Don't fear! The English dog ... locked up by an American bear, 
Danish and Swedish dogs, a Dutch lion ... containing the beginning and source of the 
present war. In verse. On the treaty of armed neutrality of the northern nations 
during the War of Independence. 



96 SCHROEDER. 

Schrik Wei Deegelyk ! De Engelsche hond is dol, en zal 
noch meenigen Reu en Teef een Knaauw geeven, eer hy door 
een Americaansche Beer, Deensche en Zweedsche Honden, een 
Russische Teef en een, met goud geklaauwde Hollandsche Leeuw, 
zal opgeslooten worden. Dat Veelligt Nooit Gebeuren Zal. 
Zynde een Brief van Jan Regtuit, aan zyn vriend Voor de Vuist. 
Alom Te Bekomen. [^Amsterdam. 1781?] 8vo, pp. 15. ba. 

Take care, do ! The English dog is mad, and will have many a bite before he gets 
locked up by an American bear, etc. 

ScHROEDER (J. F.) A Brief Statement touching the Rev<i 
D^ Schroeder's Late Publication entitled. Documents concerning 
Recent Measures of the Vestry of Trinity Church in the City of 
New York. New York. 1839. 8vo, pp. 10. 1191^ 

ScHROEDER. A Discourse delivered in Trinity Church, New- 
York, on Thursday, November 24, 1825. (The day of General 
Thanksgiving throughout the State.) By the Rev. John Fred- 
erick Schroeder, a.m. an Assistant Minister of Trinity Church. 
Neiu-Tork : Published by Geo. ^ Chas. Carvill. C. S. Van Winkle., 
Printer. 1825. 8vo, pp. 28. B., M., N. 77979 

Schroeder. The Great Man in Israel : a Discourse on the 
Character of the Right Reverend John Henry Hobart, d.d., 
delivered ... in the City of New- York, September, a. d. mdccc- 
XXX. By John Frederick Schroeder, a.m. ... Second Edition. 
New-Tor k : Protestant Episcopal Press. MDCCCXxx. 8vo, pp. 27. 

The first edition has the same title, date and number of pages. 

Schroeder. The Intellectual and Moral Resources of Hor- 
ticulture. An Anniversary Discourse, pronounced before the 
New York Horticultural Society, at the Annual Celebration, Au- 
gust 26, 1828. By John Frederick Schroeder, a.m. ... New 
York. 1828. 8vo, pp. 40. H. + Third Edition. New York. 
1838. 8vo. N. 77981 

Schroeder. Letter to the Members of the Congregations of 
the Parish of Trinity Church. By the Rev. J. F. Schroeder, 
D.D. With an Appendix. New York : Scatcherd and Jdams., 
Printers. 1839. 8vo, pp. 24. B., ba. 77982 

Schroeder. Life and Times of Washington : containing a 
particular account of National Principles and Events, and of the 
illustrious Men of the Revolution. By John Frederick Schroe- 
der, D.D., Author of " Maxims of Washington, collected and 



SCHROEDER. 97 

arranged." Illustrated with highly-finished Steel Engravings, 
from original designs of Historical Scenes, and full-length por- 
traits. By Alonzo Chappel. ... New York: Johnson^ Fry\ and 
Company. \\%^'j-\%b\.\ 2 vols., 4to, pp. 708 ; (2), 9-762. En- 
graved titles, 45 Plates, and 8 pages of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. L. 77983 

Originally issued in forty-six parts, at 25 cents each part. Dr. Schroeder died while 
the fourth part was in the press. The work was then completed by other writers, 
among whom was Rufus W. Griswold. A new edition, revised and enlarged by Ben- 
son J. Lossing, was brought out in fifty-two parts, New York: H. J. Johnson, 1879. 

Schroeder. Maxims of Washington ; Political, Social, Moral, 
and Religious. Collected and arranged by John Frederick Schroe- 
der, D.D., a citizen of the United States. ... New York : D. Apple- 
ton and Company. M. Dccc. LV. i2mo, pp. xxiv, 13-423. L. 

Schroeder. Memoir of the Life and Character of Mrs. Mary 
Anna Boardman, w^ith a Historical Account of her Forefathers, 
and Biographical and Genealogical Notices of many of her kin- 
dred and relatives. By her Son-in-law^, John Frederick Schroe- 
der, D.D. Printed for Private Distribution. New Haven: 1849. 
8vo, pp. 478. Portrait. 779^5 

[Schroeder.] Memorial of Bishop Hobart. A Collection 
of Sermons on the Death of the Right Reverend John Henry 
Hobart, d.d. Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the 
State of New York : with a Memoir of his Life and Writings. 
New-York: T. ^ y. Swords, mdcccxxxi. i2mo, pp. cxxiv, 250. 
Portrait. H. 77986 

Schroeder. Plea for the Industrious Poor and Strangers, in 
Sickness. An Address delivered at the Opening of an Edifice 
Erected by the Trustees of The New-York Dispensary ; January 
II, 1830. Exhibiting a view of the objects of the institution, 
its plan, resources, history and peculiar claims to public and pri- 
vate benefactions. By John Frederick Schroeder, a.m. an Assist- 
ant Minister of Trinity Church, in the City of New-York ; a 
life member of the dispensary. ... New-York : Printed by William 
Van Norden. 1830. 8vo, pp. 28, and covers. B., H. 77987 

The cover-title bears the imprint: Neiv-Tork : Printed at the Protestant Episcopal 
Press, No. 46 Lumber-Street, 1830. 

Schroeder. Religion and the State; or, Christianity the Safe- 
guard of Civil Liberty: An Oration, delivered ... [at] St. Paul's 
College, ... College Point, N. Y. on the Fifth Day of July, a.d. 



98 SCHUCKERS. 

1841., By John Frederick Schroeder, d.d. ... Flushing, mdccc- 
XLi. 8vo, pp. 46, (2). B., N. 77988 

Also: Chart of the Diocese of New York. ... Neiu York. 1851. Folded, a. — 
Circular of St. Ann's Hall, Flushing, L. I., devoted to the Education of Young Ladies. 
... Neiu York. 1840. 8vo. N. 

[ScHRoTER (Jo. Fred.)] Algemeine Geschichtej der| Lander 
und Vollcer | von America. | ... | Nebst einer Vorrede | Siegmund 
Jacob Baumgartens | der h. Schrift Doctors und ofFentl. Lehrers, 
auch des theologischen Seminarii Directors auf der konigl. | 
preuszl. Friedrichsuniversitat in Halle, | Mit vielen Kupfern. j 
Halle., bey 'Johayin 'Justinus Gehauer. [ 1752— 1753. 2 vols., 4to, pp. 
(46), 688 ; (22), 905, Register (63). 60 Maps and Plates. 

Compiled and translated by J. F. Schroter, whose initials are at the end of the dedi- 
cation. The first volume is mainly a translation of Lafiteau's " Mceurs des Sauvages 
Ameriquains." The plates are also largely copied from the same work. The second 
volume contains extracts from Rochefort, and other writers. 

Schryvers welke over de kolonie Suriname geschreven hebben. 
[n. p. 1820.] 8vo, pp. 16. 77990 

Contains critical observations on the works of Herlein, Fermin, Hartsinck, and others. 

Schubert (F. W.) Verfassungsurkunden und Grundgesetze 
der Staaten Europas, der Nordamerikanischen Freistaaten und 
Brasiliens ... herausgegeben und erlautert von F.-W. Schubert. 
... Kbnigsberg. 1848-50. 2 vols., 8vo. 7799 1 

ScHUCKERS (J. W.) A Brief Account of the Finances and 
Paper Money of the Revolutionary War. By J. W. Schuckers. 
Philadelphia : John Campbell ^ Son. 1874. 8vo, pp. 128. 

Schuckers. " The Currency Conflict." Address of J. W. 
Schuckers, Esq., before the Liberal Club of New York City, 
On Friday Evening, June 23d, 1876. [n. p. 1876.] 8vo, pp. 
14. B. 77993 

Schuckers. The Currency Conflict. A Review of some 
portions of Gen. Garfield's Speech on Specie Payments in the 
House of Representatives, November 17, 1877, particularly with 
reference to resumption in Great Britain in 1819-22, in a Letter 
of J. W. Schuckers, Esq., to Hon. William D. Kelley. Phila- 
delphia: Henry Carey Baird if^ Co. 1877. 8vo, pp. 24. 77994 

Schuckers. The Finances : Panics and Specie Payments. 
By J. W. Schuckers. Philadelphia : John Campbell tff Son. 1874. 
8vo, pp. 78. 4- Third Edition. Philadelphia : Henry Carey Baird 
& Co. 1877. 8vo, pp. 90. 77995 



SCHULENBURGH. 



99 



ScHUCKERs. The Life and Public Services of Salmon Port- 
land Chase, United States Senator and Governor of Ohio ; Secre- 
tary of the Treasury, and Chief-Justice of the United States. 
By J. W. Schuckers. To which is added the Eulogy on Mr. 
Chase, delivered by William M. Evarts, before the Alumni of 
Dartmouth College, June 24, 1874. New York: D. Appleton 
and Company. 1874. 8vo, pp. (4), vii-xv, 669. Portrait and 6 
Plates. 77996 

Schuckers. The Question of Resumption of Specie Pay- 
ments stated and explained. With copious Historical Illustra- 
tions, and an exhaustive Account of English Bank Suspension 
and Resumption, 1797-182 1. By J. W. Schuckers .... Phila- 
delphia : Camph ell ^ Son. 1876. i2mo. 77997 

Schuckers. Views of J. W. Schuckers, Esq., of Philadel- 
phia, delivered to the House of Representatives, on Banking and 
Currency, June 8, 1878. Washington : Government Printing Office. 
1878. 8vo, pp. 22. 77998 

Schulenburgh (J.) Accusatie ende Conclusie I overgegeven I 
Aen sijn Furstelijcke Doorluchticheyt den Heer | Prins | Wilhelm 
Frederick van j Nassauw, &.c. Stadthouder van Stadt | en Lande | 
Ende de H. Heeren gedelegeerde Richteren | van beijde Leden 
deser Provintie. | Door | d'Avocaten Fiscael by welgemelte Pro- 
vincie ge-constitueert ; | Op ende Tegens | Den gewesen Staet 
Generael | Johan Schulenborch | wegen desselfs verscheijdene 
Crimes geduyrende sijn| Ampt, ende tegens de Provintie begaen. | 
Als mede de Sententie daer op gevolght. | Dese Editie is vermeer- 
dert met de Instructie en den Eedt der boven-|genoemde H. 
Heeren gedelegeerde Richteren. | Gedruckt tot Leuwarden., | By 
Pieter Jellis^ Boeckverkooper in de Peper-straet | in de Gecroonde Druc- 
kerije.\ [1662.] 4to, pp. 88. 77999 

This work and the three following relate incidentally to the war in Brazil between 
Holland and Portugal. 

Schulenburgh. Acte | Vande | Staten van | Groeningen] Ende 
Ommelanden. [ Daer by den Heer Johan Schulenburgh Gecom- | 
mitteert inde Staten Generael, van alle Ampten Gede- 1 porteert 
wert, en hoe dat noch gereserveert is, | tegens zyn Persoon, ende 
goederen | te Procederen. | Item | Een schriftelicke Contestatie van 
Groeningen tegens [ Hollandt, wegens de Portugesche Tractaten. [ 
Naer de Copye | Te Groeningen voor Hendrick Bronswijck | An. Ch. 
M D c Lxii. I 4to, (4) leaves. 78000 



lOO SCHULTZE. 

ScHULENBURGH. Justificatie I van de | Resolutien endc Proce- 
duren by de| Ed. Mog. Heeren Staten van | Stadt Groningen| En | 
Ommelanden | gehouden tegen den Heer | Johan Schulenborch | 
w^egens het getracteerde met den | Ambassadeur van Portugal | 
Ende Refutatie van de Deductie van denselven daerjtegens gepub- 
liceert. I [n. p.] In V laer onses Heeren 1662.] 4to, pp. 36. 

ScHULENBURGH. Sententie | gepronunchieert tegens | Johan 
Schulenburgh | Gew^esen Staet Generael binnen Groeningen. | 
f Utrecht By Anthony Benedict!^ Recht over 't Paus-Huijs 1663.] 
Folio, I leaf. 78002 

ScHULTz. See also Schulz and Shultz. 

ScHULTz (C.) Travels on an Inland Voyage through the 
States of New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky 
and Tennessee, and through the Territories of Indiana, Louisiana, 
Mississippi and New Orleans; performed in the Years 1807 and 
1808 : Including a Tour of Nearly Six Thousand Miles, With 
Maps and Plates. By Christian Schultz, Jun. Esq. In Two 
Volumes ... New Tork : Printed by Isaac Riley. 18 10. 2 vols., 
8vo, pp. xviii, 207; viii, 224. Portrait, Plate and 3 Maps. a. 

Schultz (C. W. H.) New York in September, 1873. Wall 
Street and the Stock Exchange. The Panic : its Causes and 
EfFects. By C. W. H. Schultz ... . [J. and W. Rider, Printers, 
London, n. d.] i2mo, pp. 62. B. 78004 

Schultz (J. H. S.) Die deutsche Ansiedelung in Texas. ... 
Bonn. 1845. 8vo, pp. 60. 78005 

Schultz (J. S.) The Leather Manufacture in the United 
States ; a Dissertation on the Methods and Economies of Tan- 
ning. By Jackson S. Schultz. With numerous Illustrations. ... 
Nexv Tork: '•^ Shoe and Leather Reporter" Office. 1876. 8vo, pp. 
305, 62. B. 78006 

[Schultze (Benjamin) and Fritz (Johann Friedrich), editors.^ 
Orientalisch- und Occidentalischer Sprachmeister Welcher nicht 
allein hundert Alphabete nebst ihrer Aussprache, So bey denen 
meisten Europaisch- Asiatisch-Africanisch- und Americanischen 
Volckern und Nationen gebrauchlich sind, Auch einigen Tabulis 
Polyglottis verschiedener Sprachen und Zahlen vor Augen leget, 
Sondern auch das Gebet des HErrn, In 200 Sprachen und Mund- 
Arten mit derselben Characteren und Lesung, nach einer Geo- 



SCHULZE. lOI 

graphlschen Ordnung mittheilet. Aus glaubwiirdigen Auctoribus 
ZLisammen getragen, und mit darzu nothigen Kupfern versehen. 
Leipzig^ Zu finden bey Christian Fr'tedrich Gessnern. 1748. 8vo, 
pp. (20), 224., 128, (14). 78007 

Improved title of No. 25986, Vol. vii. The prefatory epistle is by B. Schultze, but 
the compilation of the text is mainly the work of J. F. Fritz, under whose name it 
properly belongs. Pages 1 24-127 of the second part contain specimens of the Lord's 
Prayer in eight American languages, namely, Mexicana, Poconchica, Caraibica, Savana- 
liica, Virginiana, Mohogica, Karivica, and Guaranica sive Brasilica. 

Schultze. Oiientalisches und occidentalisches A. B. C. 
Buch welches lOO Alphabete nebst ihrer Aussprache vor Augen 
leget. Naumburg und Zeitz. 1 769. 8vo. Plates. 78008 

Schultze (J. A.) A Fair and Full View of the Votes of 
John Andrew Schultze, in the Senate of Pennsylvania, respecting 
the Charter of the Roman Catholic Congregation worshipping at 
St. Mary's Church in the City of Philadelphia. [^Philadelphia.'] 
1823. 8vo, pp. 28. 78009 

Schultze (J. H.) De Ipecacuanha Americana. ... Halae 
Magd. 1744. 4to, pp. 32. 78010 

Schulz (F.) Aufsatze zur Kunde ungebildeter Volker. Von 
Friedrich Schulz. Weimar : C. R. Hoffmanns Wittwe und Erben. 
1789. i2mo, pp. 224. j.c.B. 78011 

Pages 5—64, " Die Abiponer in Siidamerika ;" pp. 64—165, " Die Oronokesen," etc. 

Schulz (Johann Ephraim). [Letter in German, dated from 
Blewfields, Mosquito Shore, Central America, July 20, 1847. 
n. p. 1847.''] ^v°' 78012 

ScHULZE (J. L.), editor. Nachrichten von den vereinigten 
Deutschen Evangelisch-Lutherischen Gemeinen in Nord-Ame- 
rica, absonderlich in Pensylvanien. ... Mit einer Vorrede von D. 
Johann Ludewig Schulze ... Halle., in Verlegung des Waisenhauses^ 
1787. 2 vols., 4to, pp. (14), 700; (12), 701-1518, Register 
(20). J.c.B., H., p. 78013 

A collected reprint of the reports of the Lutheran missionaries in America, who were 
sent out from Germany subsequent to the year 1742. Prefixed is a brief historical 
account of the Evangelical Lutheran Congregations in America, by the editor Johann 
Ludewig Schulze. The original reports have the following titles : 

Kurtze Nachricht von einigen Evangelischen Gemeinen in America, absonderlich in 
Pensylvanien. Halle. 1750. 4to. + Dritte Fortsetzung der Nachricht ... ^ij//f. 1750. 
4to. + Sechste Fortsetzung ... Halle. 1754. 4to. + Dreizehnte Fortsetzung ... Her- 
ausgegeben von G. A. Freylinghausen ... Ha//?. 1773. 4to. + Funfzehnte Fortsetzung 
... Halle. 1776. 4to. 

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ScHULZE. Nachrichten von den vereinigtcn Deutschen Evan- 
gelisch-Lutherischen Gemeinen in Nord-America, absonderlich 
in Pensylvanien. Mit einer Vorrede von D. Johan Ludewig 
Schulze, ... Halle, in Verlegung des Waisenhauses, 1787. Neu 
herausgegeben mit historischen Eilauterungen und Mittheilungen 
aus dem Archiv der Franckeschen Stiftungen zu Halle von Dr. 
W. J. Mann ... und Dr. B. M. Schmucker ... und Mitwirkung 
von Dr. W. Germann ... Erster Band ... Jllentoivn^ Pa.^ Verlag 
von Brobst^ Diehl ^ Co. Halle a. S. : Buchhandlung des IVa'tsen- 
hauses. 1886. 8vo, pp. x, (i), 723, (i). 78014 

This volume ends with the " Sechste Fortsetzung der Nachricht," 1754. See also 
Vol. VII., No. 25919. 

Schulze. Neue Nachrichten von denen neuentdekten Insuln 
in der See zwischen Asien und Amerika ; aus mitgetheilten Ur- 
kunden und Ausziigen verfasset von J. L. Schulz \jic~\. Ham- 
burg und Leip'zig^ by Friedr'ich Ludwig Gleditsch. 1 776. l6mo, 
pp. 173. H. 78015 

Schulze (W.) Reise- und Lebensbilder aus Neuholland, 
Neuseeland, und Californien. Aus dem Tagebuche eines Ver- 
w^andten herausgegeben von W. Schulze. Zweite verbesserte 
Auflage. Magdeburg: Baensch. 1853. 8vo, pp. 144. 78016 

Schumacher (H. A.) Petrus Martyr, der Geschichtsschrei- 
ber des Weltmeeres. Eine Studie von Hermann A. Schumacher. 
Mit einer Karte aus dem Jahre 1510. New York: E. Steiger. 
Le'tpxig : B. Hermann. London: Sampson Low &" Co. Madrid: 
J. Caspar y Jlba. Malland : U. Hoepli. Paris: Hachette iff Co. 
1879. 4to, pp. vii, (2), 152. Map. 78017 

Schumacher (J. G.) Government of Cities. Speech of 
Hon. J. G. Schumacher, of Kings, delivered in Convention, 
January 29, 1868. Reported by Edward F. Underbill. Jlbany : 
JVeed^ Parsons and Company^ Printers. 1868. 8vo, pp. 13. H. 

Schumacher (P. H.) Beschreibung meiner Reise von Ham- 
burg nach Brasilien im Juui 1824 und iiber die Auswanderer dahin 
von P. H. Schumacher. Braunschweig. 1826. 8vo. 78019 

Schurz (C.) An Address delivered before the Archnean So- 
ciety of Beloit College, July 13, 1858. By Carl Schurz, Beloit. 
1858. 8vo, pp. 40. 78020 

Schurz. Admission of Georgia. Two Speeches delivered by 
Hon. Carl Schurz of Missouri, in the United States Senate, March 
18 and April 19, 1870. [n. p. 1870.] 8vo, pp. 15. h. 78021 



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ScHURZ. Die Anklage-Acte gegen Stephen A. Douglas. 
Rede von Carl Schurz. Gehalten im Cooper-Institute zu New 
York am 13 September i860. \^New York: Democrat Office. 
i860.] 8vo, pp. 18. H. 78022 

Schurz. Annexation of San Domingo. Speech of Hon. 
Carl Schurz, of Missouri, delivered in the Senate of the United 
States, January ii, 1 87 1. fVashington : F. & J. Rives iff Geo. A. 
Bailey. 187 1. 8vo, pp. 20. B. 78023 

Schurz. The Condition of the South : Extracts from the 
Report of Major-General Carl Schurz on the States of South 
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana : Ad- 
dressed to the President, [n. p. 1865 ?] 8vo, pp. 32. H. 

Schurz. The Currency — Specie Payments. Speech of Hon. 
Carl Schurz, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United States, 
January 14, 1874. Washington: Government Printing Office. 
1874. i6mo, pp. 33. B. 78025 

Schurz. Currency — National Banks. Speech of Hon. Carl 
Schurz, of Missouri, in the United States Senate, Tuesday, Feb- 
ruary 24, 3874. [n. p. 1874.] 8vo, pp. 16. B. 78026 

ScHUirz. Douglas and Popular Sovereignty. Speech of Carl 
Schurz, of Wisconsin, in Hampden Hall, Springfield, Mass., Jan- 
uary 4, i860. ... [^Buell & Blanchard^ Printers^ Washington.^ D. C. 
i860.] 8vo, pp. 8. B. 78027 

Schurz. Douglas and Popular Sovereignty. Speech of Carl 
Schurz, of Wisconsin, in Hampden Hall, Springfield, Mass., Jan- 
uary 4, i860. Also Remarks of Senator [James R.] Doolittle, 
of Wisconsin, on the occasion of the late Anniversary of the 
Landing of the Pilgrims, ... Dec. 22, 1859. Washington., D. C: 
Buell y Blanchard., Printers, i860. 8vo, pp. 14. H. 78028 

Schurz. Enforcement of Fifteenth Amendment. Speech of 
Hon. Carl Schurz, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United 
States, May 19, 1870. ^Printed at the Congressional Globe Office^ 
Washington. 1 870.] 8vo, pp. 8. B. 78029 

Schurz. Eulogy on Charles Sumner. By Carl Schurz. Bos- 
ton : Lee and Shephard. 1874. l2mo, pp. 87. -\- Boston : Rock- 
well & Churchill. 1874. 8vo, pp. 80. B. 78030 

Schurz. " For the Great Empire of Liberty, Forw^ard ! " 
Speech of Maj.-Gen. Carl Schurz, of Wisconsin, delivered at 



104 SCHURZ. 

Concert Hall, Philadelphia, on ... September i6, 1864. [Printed 
by "John A. Gray ^ Green^ New-Tor k. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 16. 

Also printed in German. 

ScHURZ. General Amnesty. Speech of Hon. Carl Schurz, 
of Missouri, delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 
30, 1872. Washington : F. iff J. Rives iff Geo. A. Bailey. 1872. 
8vo, pp. 14. B. 78032 

Schurz. ... Judge Douglas — The Bill of Indictment. Speech 
by Carl Schurz. Delivered at the Cooper Institute, New-York, 
Sept. 13, i860. \New York, i860.] 8vo, pp. 23, (i). 78033 

With heading, " Tribune Tracts. — No. 9." 

Schurz. The Life of Slavery, or the Life of the Nation .? 
Speech of Hon. Carl Schurz, at ... New York, March 6, 1862. 
... Reprinted from the Rebellion Record. New York: G. P. 
Putnam. 1862. 8vo, pp. 11. B. 78034 

Schurz. Message of the President of the United States ... 
accompanied by a report of Carl Schurz on the States of South 
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana ; also the 
Report of Lieut. General Grant on the same subject. [Wash- 
ington. 1865.] 8vo, pp. 108. B. 78035 

39th Congress, 1st Session, Executive Doc. No. 2. 

Schurz. Political Disabilities. Speech of Hon. Carl Schurz, 
of Missouri, delivered in the Senate of the United States, De- 
cember 15, 1870. Washington : F. &' y. Rives & Geo. A. Bailey. 
1870. 8vo, pp. 24. B. 78036 

Schurz. Reform. Speech of Hon. Carl Schurz, at Nash- 
ville, Tennessee, Wednesday, September 20, 187 1. [n. p. 1871.] 
8vo, pp. 23. 78037 

Schurz. Republican Nominations. Speech of Carl Schurz, 
at the Milwaukie Ratification Meeting, on Wednesday Evening, 
May 30, i860. [Albany. 186 1.] 8vo, pp. 8. 78038 

Schurz. Sales of Arms to French Agents. Speeches of 
Hon. Carl Schurz, of Missouri, in the Senate of the United 
States, February 15 and 20, 1872. [Printed at the office of the 
Congressional Globe., Washington^ D. C. 1872.] 8vo, pp. 24. B. 

Schurz. Sales of Arms to French Agents and how they are 
Officially Justified. Speech of Hon. Carl Schurz, of Missouri, 



SCHLTYLER. 105 

delivered in the Senate of the United States, May 31, 1872. 
Washington : F. ^ J. Rives & Geo. A. Bailey. 1872. 8vo, pp. 22. 

ScHURZ. Senator Schurz and his Clock. What a Country- 
man thinks of it. [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 8. h. 78041 

Schurz. Slavery at War with the Moral Sentiment of the 
World. A Speech by Carl Schurz of Wisconsin. Delivered at 
St, Louis, Aug. I, i860. \_Alhany. i860.] 8vo, pp. 16. 

Schurz. Speech of Carl Schurz, delivered at Verandah Hall, 
St. Louis, Aug. r, i860. \Printed at the Missouri Democrat Book 
and 'J oh Office^ St. Louis, i860.] 8vo, pp. 12. H. 78043 

Schurz. Speech of Carl Schurz at Cooper Institute, New 
York, Thursday, September 13, i860. Douglasism Exposed and 
Republicanism Vindicated. \_Albany. i860.] 8vo, pp. 16. 

Schurz. Speech of Carl Schurz, delivered in Brooklyn, New 
York, October 7, 1864. \_King & Baird^ Printers^ Philadelphia. 
1864.] 8vo, pp. 31. 78045 

Schurz. Speech ... April 15, 1869, on Our Claims on Eng- 
land. ... Washington. 1869. 8vo. 78046 

Schurz. Speeches of Carl Schurz. Collected and Revised 
by the Author. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott tff Co. 1865. 
i2mo, pp. xi, 9-392. BA. 78047 

Schurz. Usurpation of the War Powers. Speech of Hon. 
Carl Schurz, of Missouri, in the United States Senate, March 28 
and 29, 1 87 1. \_Printed at the Congressional Globe Office^ Wash- 
ington. 1 87 1.] 8vo, pp. 24. B., 78048 

Schuster (M.) Q. D. B. V. Dissertatio Geographica de 
Terra Australi, quam praeside viro Excellentissimo et Praeclaris- 
simo Dn. Julio Reichelt Maltron, Professore Publ. Celeberrimo. 
Patrono & Prasceptore suo aetatem colendo publico examini sub- 
mittet Michael Schuster Memminga-Suevus. Argentorati. Typis 
yohannis Pastorii. Anno m.dc.lxix. 4to, pp. 32, (4). j.C.e. 

ScHUTZ (F.) Fiir die Freiheit Aller ! Fiir die Einheit des 
Vaterlandes ! Reden von Dr. Frederick Schutz und Weil von 
Gernsbach. Philadelphia. 1865. 8vo, pp. 11. 78050 

Schuyler (A.) An Address before the House of Convoca- 
tion, of Hobart Free College, pronounced at the Annual Com- 



io6 



SCHUYLER. 



mencement, July 15, 1857. -^Y Anthony Schuyler ... . Roches- 
ter : Steam Press of Curtis^ Butts &' Co. 1857. 8vo, pp. 29. H. 

Schuyler (G. L.) Correspondence and Remarks upon Ban- 
croft's History of the Northern Campaign of 1777, and the Char- 
acter of Major-Gen. Philip Schuyler. By George L. Schuyler. 
New York: David G. Francis. 1867. 8vo, pp. 47, and covers. L. 

Two hundred copies were printed. 

Schuyler. Letter to the Hon. W. Gvvin, ... concerning the 
Steamship Kamschatka. By George L. Schuyler. [J^ew York. 
1843.] 8vo, pp. 16. B., N. 78053 

Schuyler. Report of George L. Schuyler to the Secretary 
of War, April 8, 1862. [//^//, Clayton iff Medole^ Printers^ N. Y. 
1862.] i6mo, pp. 14. B., H. 78054 

Schuyler (L.) Lecture against American Slavery, Delivered 
by Lydia Schuyler, m.d. Lawrence. 1859. 8vo, pp. 24. 

Schuyler (M.) Historical Discourse delivered at the Semi- 
centennial Celebration of Christ Church, St. Louis, on All-Saints' 
Day, 1869, by the Rev. Montgomery Schuyler, d.d. St. Louis^ 
Mo. 1870. 8vo, pp. 85. 78056 

Schuyler. The Pioneer Church ; or. The Story of a New 
Parish in the West. By ... M. Schuyler. ... Printed at the River- 
side Press and for sale by Hurd & Houghton^ New York. 1867. 
i6mo, pp. vii, 211. 2 Plates, ba. -\- Second Edition. New 
York : Pott, Young & Co. 1880. i2mo, pp. (8), 211. 78057 

Schuyler. A Sermon : on the Occasion of the 25th Anni- 
versary of his Rectorship of Christ Church, Oct. 5th, 1879. By 
M. Schuyler ... Saint Louis : IV. B. Chittenden. 1879. 8vo, pp. 
26. 78058 

Schuyler [Philip], b. 1733, </. 1804. Proceedings | of a | Gen- 
eral Court Martial, | Held at Major General Lincoln's Quarters, | 
Near Quaker-Hill, | In the State of | Nevv^-York, | By Order of his 
Excellency | General Washington, | Commander in Chief | Of the 
Army of | The United States of America, | For the Trial of | Major 
(jeneral Schuyler, | October i, 1778. | Major General Lincoln, 
President. | Philadelphia : \ Printed by Hall and Sellers, in Market- 
iSVr^i?/. |mdcclxxviii. I Folio, pp. 62. ba., c, p. 78059 

Very rare. Reprinted in the "Collections of the New-York Hijtorical Society," for 

1879, pp. 1-2H. 



SCHUYLKILL. 



107 



Schuyler. Remarks ( on the | Revenue, | of the | State ] of | 
New-York. | By Philip Schuyler, | A Member of the Senate of 
that State. | Albany : \ Printed by Charles R. and George Webster^ | At 
their Bookstore^ in the White House^ Corner of State and Pearl- \ 
Streets^ opposite the City-Tavern. \ mdccxcvi. | Sm. 4to, pp. 24. B. 

See also Vol. x., No. 42120. 

Schuyler (P.) Address, before the Saratoga Society for Pro- 
moting Agriculture and Domestic Manufactures. By Philip 
Schuyler. Saratoga Springs. 1 82 1. 8vo. 78061 

Schuyler County, M. T. Proceedings of the Board of 
Supervisors of the County of Schuyler, for 1864. Watkins. 
1865. 8vo. Continued. 78062 

Schuylkill River, Pennsylvania. Navigation and Advant- 
ages of the River Schuylkill. January, 1829. Philadelphia. 
1829. 8vo, pp. 8. 78063 

Report of the Common Council on the Navigation of the 
River Schuylkill. Philadelphia. 1832. 8vo. 78064 

A Statistical Account of Schuylkill Permanent Bridge. Phila- 
delphia. 1806. 8vo. P. 78065 

A Statistical Account of the Schuylkill Permanent Bridge. 
Philadelphia: Jane Aitken. 1807. 8vo, pp. 84. Plates. C. 

To the Stockholders of the Schuylkill Permanent Bridge Com- 
pany. Philadelphia. [1805.] 8vo, pp. ll. , 78067 

See also Vol. xiii., No. 56521 ; Vol. xiv., No. 59794; Vol. xv., Nos. 62151, 62229- 
62231. 

Schuylkill Canal. An act to enable ... the Schuylkill and 
Susquehanna navigation and the ... Delaware and Schuylkill canal 
navigation to raise by way of lottery the sum of four hundred 
thousand dollars for the purpose of compleating [j/V] the works in 
their acts of incorporation mentioned. \_Philadelphia : Printed by 
Zachariah Paulson., junior^ ... 1795.] 8vo, pp. 2. 78068 

Address of the Schuylkill and Delaware Canal Company, to 
the Committee of the Senate, and House of Representatives. 
Philadelphia. 1799. 8vo. 78069 

Appeal of the Boatmen of the Schuylkill Canal ... for Pro- 
tection against the Intended Monopoly of the Cairying Com- 
panies from the Schuylkill Coal Regions, [n. p. 1864.] 8vo, 
cover-title, and pp. 7. 78070 



108 SCHUYLKILL. 

Schuylkill Canal Navigator. By S. Alspach. Philadelphia: 
Printed by Joseph Rakestraw^for the Author. 1827. i6mo, pp. 8. 

To the Senate and House of Representatives of ... Pennsyl- 
vania. The memorial of the ... Schuylkill and Susquehanna 
Navigation, and of the Delaware and Schuylkill Canal ... [n, p. 
1810.] 8vo, pp. 3. 78072 

The Schuylkill Coal Company organized under the Laws of 
the State of Pennsylvania. New K'ork : Wm. C. Bryant bf Co., 
Printers. 1864. 8vo, pp. 21. B. 78073 

See also Vol. v., No. 1 80 1 5. 

Description of the Schuylkill County Prison. Extracted 
from the Journal of Prison Discipline, &c. Published by the 
" Philadelphia Society for alleviating the Miseries of Public Pris- 
ons." [n. p. 185-?] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 78074 

Also : Report of the Board of Commissioners, of the Schuylkill County Prison for 
the year ending Dec. 31, 1856. Potts-ziille : Printed by "J. & y. Toungman. 1857. 
8vo, pp. 27. H. 

Our Schuylkill County Coal Interests. By an Observer. Sep- 
tember, 1867. [n. p. 1867?] 8vo, pp. 7. B. 78075 

Schuylkill Fishing Company. See [Milnor (Wm.)], Vol. xii., 
No. 49133 > and Vol. xv., No. 62232. 

Report of the Commissioners of the Schuylkill Haven and 
Lehigh River Railroad Company, with Report of Survey, 
by Alex. W. Rea, Civil Engineer. Philadelphia : T. K. dff P. 
G. Collins., Printers. 1857. ^^^5 PP* ^^' 78076 

An Act for the Protection of the Creditors of the Schuylkill 
Navigation Company, [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 4. -{- [n. p. 
n. d.] i2mo, pp. 4. l^^ll 

Acts of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, relating to the Schuyl- 
kill Navigation Company. Philadelphia : Printed by Lydia R. Bai- 
ley., ... 1826. 8vo, pp. 35. -{-Philadelphia: Printed by James 
Kay, Jun. & Co. 1830. 8vo, pp. 43. + Philadelphia : Printed by 
Joseph and fVilliafn Kite, ... iS^S. 8vo, pp. 44. 78078 

Address of the President and Managers of the Schuylkill Na- 
vigation Company, to the Stockholders, and to the Public in Gen- 
eral. Philadelphia. 181 7. 8vo, pp. 8. 7^079 

Continued annual'y until 1822, and then as "Report of the Piesident," etc., to the 
present time. 



SCHUYLKILL. lOQ 

An Address to the Stockholders of the Schuylkill Navigation 
Company in Reply to a Pamphlet circulated by the Reading Rail 
Road Company. Philadelphia: Printed for the Author. 1844. 
8vo, pp. 20. 78080 

Address to the Stock and Loan Holders of the Schuylkill Na- 
vigation Company. Philadelphia: Printed for the Author. 1847. 
8vo, pp. 12. 78081 

The Committee ... of the Schuylkill Navigation Company, to 
view the Improvements, ... of the Navigation of the Connecti- 
cut River, Report : [n. p. 18 16.] 8vo, pp. 12. 78082 

Correspondence of the Watering Committee with the Schuyl- 
kill Navigation Company, in relation to the Fair Mount Water 
Works : Together with the Reports of the Watering Committee 
to Councils, made Dec'r. ii, 1832, and Feb'y. 11, 1833. Phil- 
adelphia: Printed by Lydia R. Bailey., ... 1833. 8vo, pp.47. 

Enlargement of the Schuylkill Navigation. No. i. Phila- 
delphia. 1845. 8vo, pp. 31. -H No. 2. Philadelphia. 1845. 
8vo, pp. 75. 78084 

Exposure of the Schuylkill Navigation Company. No. I. 
[n. p. 1840?] 8vo, pp. 8. -f No. 2. [n. p. 1840.] 8vo, pp. 7. 

In the interest of the Reading Railroad. 

Report of Edward Miller, Civil Engineer, on the Improvement 
of the Schuylkill Navigation, made to the Board of Managers, 
March 11, 1845. Philadelphia: John C. Clark., Printer. 1845. 
8vo, pp. 33. 78086 

Report of the Committee and Proceedings of the Holders of 
the Schuylkill Navigation Company's Boat Loan ... Philadelphia: 
Crissy Iff Markley., Printers. 1849. 8vo, pp. 8. 78087 

Report of the Committee of the Stockholders and Loanholders 
of the Schuylkill Navigation Company, [n. p. 1852.] 8vo, pp. 
6. + [Another edition, n. p. 1852.] 8vo, pp. 6. 78088 

Report of the Committee on Tolls to the Board of Managers 
of the Schuylkill Navigation Company. August 2, 1847. -^^^^''^~ 
adelphia : C. Sherman., Printer. 1847. 8vo, pp. 24. 78089 

Report of the President and Managers of the Schuylkill Navi- 
gation Company to the Stockholders. January 2, 1826. [Phila- 



no 



SCHWARZENBERG. 



delphia :^ Printed by Lydi a R. Bailey. 1826. 8vo, pp. 12. Con- 
tinued annually. B. 78090 

Report of the Watering Committee relative to the Schuylkill 
Navigation Company. Philadelphia. 1832. 8vo. 78091 

The Schuylkill Navigation Company. Philadelphia : Crissy & 
Markley.^ Printers. 1852. 8vo, pp. 35. 78092 

ScHWALBE (J. F. G.) Kurze Statistische Notizen iiber die 
vereinigten Staaten von Mexico ... Berlin. 1833. 8vo. 78093 

Schwartz (Franz). See Vol. xiii., No. 55306. 

Schwartz [M. [Joachim]), pseudon. Reflexions sur I'Escla- 
vage des Negres. Par M. Schwartz. Neufchatel. 178 1. 8vo, 
pp. xii, 99. 78094 

By the Marquis de Condorcet. 

Schwartz, pseudon. Reflexions sur I'Esclavage des Negres. 
Par M. Schwartz, Pasteur du Saint Evangile a Bienne. Nou- 
velle edition revue & corrigee. Neufchatel : TrouU'e. 1788. 8vo, 
pp. viii, 86. A., j.c.B. 78095 

For another edition see [Condorcet (Marquh </«)], Vol. iv., No. 15192. 

Schwartz (J.) Pennsylvania Betrayed by the Administra- 
tion, Necessity of Protection to American Iron. Speech of Hon. 
John Schwartz, of Pennsylvania, delivered in the United States 
House of Representatives, May 7, i860, [n. p. i860.] 8vo, 
pp. 7. * 78096 

Schwarz (Eduard). See Wiillerstorf-Urbair (B. von). 

Schwarz (J. L.) Beschreibung der Reisen um die Welt und 
Entdeckungen im Siidmeere. Englisch und Deutsch dem Druck 
iibergeben von Hauckesworth und Schiller. Historisch zusam- 
mengefasset und beschrieben von J. L. Schwarz. Hamburg. 
1775. 3 parts, 8vo. 78097 

Schwarz (J. L.) Briefe eines Deutschen aus Kalifornien ... 
Berlin, 1849. ^^o- 78098 

Schwarze (C. a.) De veteris quorundum conjecturis Chris- 
toforo Columbo viam monstrantibus ... Gorlic. 1792. 4to. 

Schwarzenberg (F. a.) Alexander Von Humboldt : or, 
What may be accomplished in a Lifetime. By F. A. Schwarzen- 
berg. London: Hardwicke. 1866. Post 8vo, pp. 207. 78100 



SCIAN DUBH. 



Ill 



ScHWEiNiTz (E. de). The Life and Times of David Zeis- 
berger, the Western Pioneer and Apostle of the Indians. By 
Edmund de Schweinitz. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott & Co. 
1870. 8vo, pp. 747. c. 78101 

Schweinitz. The Moravian Manual ; containing an Ac- 
count of the Protestant Church of the Moravian United Breth- 
ren, or Unitas Fratrum. By Edmund de Schweinitz. Phila- 
delphia : Lindsay & Blakistofi. 1859. i6nio, pp. 178. c. 78102 

See also Vol. xii., No. 50520. 

Schweinitz (L. D.) Specimen florae Americje Septentrio- 
nalis Cryptogam icae; sistens muscos hepaticos hoc usque in Ame- 
rica Septentrionalis observatos. ... By Lewis D. de Schweinitz, 
D.P. Raleigh: Printed by J. Gales. 1821. 8vo, pp. 27. H., P. 

Schweinitz. Synopsis Fungorum Carolinae superioris secun- 
dum Observationes Ludovici Davidis de Scweinitz [i/V]. Edita 
a D. F. Schwaegrichen. E Commentariis Socletatis Naturae 
Curiosorum Lipsiensis excerpta. [^Lipsice. 182—?] 4to, pp. 105. 
2 colored Plates. 78104 



Schweitzer (Johann). 
z,ig. 18 — ? Sm. 8vo. 



Reise nach Nord America. 



. Leip- 
78105 



Schwenckfeld (Caspar). See Vol. xiv., No. 60090. 



ScHYN (H.) Historia Christianorum, qui in Belgio Fcederato 
inter Protestantes Mennonitse appellantur : In qua, praeter eorum 
Originem, progressum, statum hodiernum, & fidei Confessionem, 
simul ostenditur ingens inter hos, & Anabaptistas Germanos & 
Monasterienses, discrimen ... . Amstelodami. 1723. i6mo, pp. 
Ixxvi, 328. Y. 78106 

ScHYN. Historiae Mennonitarum Plenior Deductio, in qua De 
Origine, Nominibus, DifFerentiis, Dogmatibus propriis & peculia- 
ribus, Confessionibus, Auctoribus, Itemque De hodierno in Belgio 
Foederato statu eorum Christianorum, qui, a Mennone Simonis 
Mennonitas appellantur, fusius agitur ... . Amstelccdami. \']ic^. 
i6mo, pp. xxvi, 366. Y. 78107 

SciAN DuBH, pseudon. Ridgeway : an Historical Romance of 
the Fenian Invasion of Canada. By Scian Dubh. Buffalo. 1869., 
i2mo, pp. 262. 78108 



Ill SCIENCE. 

La Science | du Bonhomme Richard, [ ou | Moyen Facile | de 
payer les Impots. | Traduit de I'Anglois. | A Philadelphie. \ Et se 
trouve I J Paris ^ chez Ruault^ Libra'ire \ rue de la Harpe. | 1777. | 
i2mo, pp. 151, (i), 4, and covers. c, h.s.p. 78109 

The first edition of the French translation of Benjamin Franklin's "Way to 
Wealth," by MM. Quetant and Lecuy. It is supposed to have been printed at Lau- 
sanne. See Hildeburn's "Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania," No. 3705, and the 
Brinley Catalogue, No. 3223. For other editions see Vol. vii., Nos. 25583-25586. 

La Science | du bonhomme Richard, | ou | Moyen facile | de payer 
les Impots, I traduit de I'Anglois. | Seconde edition, | exactement 
semblable a la premiere. | A Philadelphie. | Et se trouve | A Paris^ 
chez Ruault^ Libraire^ \ rue de la Harpe^ 1778.] l2mo, pp. 151, 
(5). H.s.p. 781 10 

La science I du bonhomme Richard, | moyen facile |de payer les 
imp3ts. I Traduite de I'Anglois. | Troisieme edition, | exactement 
semblable a la premiere. | A Philadelphie. \ Se vend a Paris., [ chez 
Ruault., Libraire^ rue de la Harpe. \ M. DCC. Lxxviii. | i2mo, pp. 
151, (5). H.s.p. 78111 

La Science | du bonhomme Richard, | moyen facile | de payer les 
impots. I Traduit de I'Anglois. | Quatrieme edition. | A Philadelphie. 
I Se vend a Paris., \ Chez 'Jean-Francois Bastien., | Libraire^ rue du 
Petit-Lion. i^. i'.-G. | M. DCC. Lxxviii. | i2mo, pp. 151, (5). l. 

La science I du bonhomme Richard, | Par M. Franklin: | Suivie | 
des Commandemens|de I'Honnete-Homme, | Par M. Feutry|Pnx 
quatre sous. | Se vend a Paris., | chez Ruault^ Libraire^ rue de la 
Harpe\ijjS.\ i8mo, pp. 48, and covers. b, 781 13 

La Science | du Bonhomme Richard, | ou | le moyen facile | de 
payer les Impots dans les possessions | de I'Amerique Angloise ; | 
contenant en outre, un Discours de S.E. Mr. Jean | Hancock, 
president du Congres de Philadelphie. | L'Interrogatoire que Mr. 
Francklin subit au mois | de Fevrier de 1766 devant le Parlement 
d'An-|gleterre. La Constitution de la Republique de j Pensyl- 
vania, | telle qu'elle a ete etablie par la | Commission general de 
Philadelphie au mois de|Juillet 1776; & I'lnterrogatoire de Mr. 
Penn, | a la Barre du Parlement au mois de Novembre de la | meme 
annee. | Ouvrages traduits de I'anglois qui | mettant dans tout leur 
jour les I principes & la suite | des Contestations qui divisent les 
Insurgents avec | la mere patrie. | A Philadelphie^ | et se trouve a Lau- 
sanne^ I chez Franfois Grasset & Comp. | M. D. c. c. Lxxix. | i8mo, 
pp. 166, and covers. h.s.p. 781 14 



SCIENCIA. 



"3 



La I Science | du | Borihomrne | Richard, | Moyen facile de payer 
les Impots ; Avec I'lnterrogatoire de M. Franklin & | plusieurs 
Pieces interessantes qui n'etoient [ point dans Ics editions prece- 
dentes. | Ouvrages traduit de I'Anglois. | A Philadelphie^ \ Et se trouve 
a Pari$^\ Che% Roye%^ Libra'tre^ quai des Augustins.\ 1786.J i8mo, 
pp. 15. 78115 

La Science|du| Bonhomme Richard | de | Benjamin Franklin, | 
Precedee d'un abrege de la Vie de | Franklin, et suivie de son 
Inter- 1 rogatoire devant la Chambre des | Communes. | ... | ^ Paris^ 
I A V Impr'imerie des Sciences et Arts^\rue Therese^ pres la rue Helv'e- 
tius.\Uan II de la Repuhlique francoise.\ [1794.] i2mo, pp. (2), 
Ixiv, 119, and covers. 781 16 

La Science | du | bonhomme Richard, | Par Franklin. | A Riom^ \ 
de V Imprimerie de y. C. Salles^ \ An 7. | [1799.] i8mo, pp. 44. 
Portrait. c. 781 17 

The above titles, with one exception, are from Ford's " Bibliography of Franklin," 
where the following editions are also described : 

Paris, AJolpbe Riom et Compagnie. [182-?] l2mo, pp. 35. 

Paris, KIcffer. 1822. l8mo. 

Paris, A. Bailleul. 1822. i8mo. 

A Gene-ve, Chez Matiget et Cherhuliez, Imprimeur-Libraires. 1823. l8mo, pp. xii, 95, 
and covers. 

Paris, Didot. 1823. i2mo. 

Paris, Sanson. 1824. l8mo. 

Paris, Sanson. 1825. l8mo. 

Paris, A. A. Renouard. 1825. l8mo. 

Paris, A. A. Renouard. 1826. l8mo. 

Paris, Imprim'e par C. L. F. Panckoucke, Che-valier de la Legion d'Honneur m dccc- 
XXVII. Folio, pp. (4), xvi, 16, and covers. 

Dijon, Lagier. 1827. i8mo. 

Paris, Sanson, 1828. l8mo. 

4® Edition. A Paris Che% Pbillippart, Libraire. [183-?] 1 8mo, pp. 63, and covers. 

\_Paris~\ Che-z Montizon, imprimeur-lithograpbe, place Daupbine. [183— r] iSmo, pp. 
33-48. 

Limoges Eugene Ardant et de, Editeurs. [183-?] l2mo, pp. 71. 

Paris, A. Hiard. I 8 30. I2mo, pp. 30. 

Nouvelle Edition. Paris, Khfer, Imprimeur-Libraire. 1831. l8mo, pp. 122, (2). 
Portrait. 

Anneci, A. Burdet. 1 8 35. 8vo, pp. 24. 

Paris, P. H. Kreble, Libraire-Editeur. 1852. limo, pp. 35. 

Paris, Jules Renouard. 1865. 32mo, pp. (4), 32. 

La sciencia da bon homem Riccardo, ou meios de fazer for- 
tuna. Paris : A, A. Renouard. 1828. i2mo, pp. 32. 781 18 



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SCIPIO AMERICANUS. 



The Scientific American ... Vol. i. New York. 1845. Folio. 
Continued. 7^1 19 

The Scientific American ; an Illustrated Journal of Art, 
Science, and Mechanics. New Series. Vol. i. July-Dec. 
1859. ^^'^ York. 1859. Folio. Continued. 78 1 20 

SciLLACio (Niccolo). See Syllacius (N.) 

The Scimitar. Containing well-tempered Reflections, by the 
Sharpe Family. Boston. 1840. Sq. i6mo, pp. 32. 78121 

In verse. 

Scintille d'un brasiliana di Floresta Augusta Brasileira. Firenze^ 
Typ. Barbere., Bianchi & C°. 1859. ^^<^5 PP- ^5- 78122 

Scioto Lands, Ohio. Avis de la Compagnie du Scioto, eta- 
blie a Paris pour I'exploitation & la vente de trois millions d'acres 
anglois de terres, situes dans I'Amerique Septentrionale. l^Paris, 
1789.] 4to, pp. 15. 78123 

No title-page, heading only. Mr. Brinley's copy sold for $19. 

Edit du Congress des Etats-Unis de TAmerique^ Traduit de 
I'Anglois. Pour les Terres dependantes des dits Etats, Situees 
au Nord Ouest de la Riviere de I'Ohio, dans lesquelles se trouvent 
celles de la Compagnie du Scioto. \_Paris ;] De P Imprimerie de 
Prault^ Impr'imeur du Roi^ qua'i des Augustms^ ^l'^9- l2mo, pp. 
16. H. 78124 

Improved title of No. 21857, Vol. vi. 

Nouveau Prospectus de la Compagnie du Scioto, avec plusieurs 
extraits de Lettres, ecrites du Scioto meme, en date du 12 Octo- 
bre, 1790. [^Paris.'] 1790. 8vo. 78125 

Mr. Brinley's copy sold for $16. See also Vol. i., No. 746; Vol. xiv., No. 58810; 
and Vol. XV., No. 66090. 

SciPio. Avanturen van de kleine Scipio, of Historic van de 
bereisde kat. Een zinnebeeldige en vermakelijke geschiedenis, 
getrokken uit een Amerikaansch handschrift. Gedrukt in Holland. 
1783. 8vo, pp. 93. 78126 

Adventures of little Scipio, or history of a travelled cat. An emblematical and 
pleasant tale from an American manuscript. 

Scipio's Reflections. See [Tracy (Uriah)]. 

Scipio Americanus, pseudon. An Address to Sir John Cust, 
Speaker of the House of Commons ; in which the Characters of 
Lord Bute, Mr. Pitt, and Mr. Wilkes, are set in a new Light. 



SCLATER. 



"5 



By the Author of the Letters signed Scipio Americanus in the 
Gazetteer. London : Gretton. [1762?] 8vo. 78127 

&e " Monthl)- Review," xxviii. 473. 

SciTUATE, Mass. Church Manual : or the History, Standing 
Rules, Discipline, ... of the First Trinitarian Congregational 
Church of Christ in Scituate, Mass. ... Boston: Printed by Will- 
iam S. Damrell. 1844. i2mo, pp. 36. B. 78128 

Document of the Pilgrim Conference of Churches, containing 
an Historical Sketch of the First Trinitarian Congregational 
Church of Christ, in Scituate, Mass. 1853. Number 3. Boston: 
C. C. P. Moody ^ Printer. 1853. i2mo, pp. 53. 78129 

Expenses of the Town of Scituate for the Year ending March 
I, 1846. [n. p. 1846.] 8vo, pp. 12. 78130 

Report of the Selectmen on the Financial Affairs of the Town 
of Scituate, for the year ending March 5, 1865 ; Also, the Re- 
ports of the Town Cleric and School Committee. Boston : "J. E. 
Farwell and Company.^ Printers. 1865. 8vo, pp. 39. B. 78 131 

Report of the Selectmen on the financial affairs of the Town 
of Scituate, for the year ending March 4, 1866. Including indus- 
trial statistics and military expenditures during the war. ... Boston: 
Geo. C. Rand l^ Avery. 1866. 8vo, pp. 44. B. 78132 

A Second Series of Letters. See [Turner (John B.) and Wight 
(D.), Jr.] 

Scituate, R. I. Valuation of Property in the Town of Scit- 
uate, Rhode Island. October, 1863. Providence : Alfred Anthony. 
1864. i2mo, pp. 27. 78133 

ScLATER (Philip Lutley). Birds from Santa Fe ... [From the 
Proceedings of the Zoological Society.] London. 1855. 8vo. 

ScLATER. Catalogue of a Collection of American Birds 
belonging to Philip Lutley Sclater, m.a., ph.d., f.r.s. ... Lon- 
don: N. Triibner and Co. 1862. 8vo, pp. xiv, (2), 368. 20 col- 
ored Plates. B., H. 78135 

Very few copies were issued with the plates. 

Sclater. Characters of New Tanagers ... [From the Pro- 
ceedings of the Zoological Society.] London. 1854. 8vo. 

Sclater. Draft arrangement of the genus Thamnophilus ... 
Edinburgh. 1855. 8vo. 78137 



Il6 SCLATER. 

ScLATER and Salvin (O.) Exotic Ornithology, containing 
Figures and Descriptions of new or rare Species of [Central and 
South] American Birds. By Philip Lutley Sclater, ... and Osbert 
Salvin ... London: Bernard ^mrltch. 1869. 4to, pp. vi, 204. 
100 colored Plates. b., c. 78138 

Originally issued in thirteen parts, of which the firat appeared in 1866. Priced in 
1881, <£i2, I2s; and on large paper, colored in a superior manner, £27. 

ScLATHR. List of Zoological Works and Memoirs, 1850- 
1875. [^London. 1875.] 8vo. 78139 

Printed for private distribution. A catalogue of Mr. Sclater's zoological writings, 
most of which relate to Soutli American ornithology. 

ScLATER. Monograph of the Birds forming the Tanagrine 
Genus Calliste ... London: Van Voorst. 1857-58. 8vo. Map 
and 45 colored Plates. 78140 

Originally issued in parts. 

ScLATER and Salvin. Nomenclator avium neotropicalium 
sive avium quae in regione neotropica hucusque repertae sunt 
nomina systematice disposita adjecta sua cuique speciei patria 
accedunt generum et specierum novarum diagnoses. Auctoribus 
Philippo Lutley Sclater, a.m. ... et Osberto Salvin, a.m. ... 
Londini. MDCCCLXXiii. 410, pp. viii, 163. B. 78141 

ScLATER and Salvin. ... On Birds collected by Mr. George 
M. Whitely on the Coast of Honduras. By P. L. Sclater, M.A., 
PH,D., F.R.S., and Osbert Salvin, m.a. \London. 1870.] 8vo, 
PP- 835-839. H. 78142 

With heading, " (From the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, Dec. 
6, 1870.)" 

Sclater. On Birds from Duke of York Island ... [From 
the Proceedings of the Zoological Society.] London. 1877. 8vo. 

Sclater. On the present state of our knowledge of geo- 
graphical zoology. Address delivered to the Biological Section of 
the British Association. Bristol, August 25th, 1875. By P. L. 
Sclater ... . \_London. 1875.] 8vo, pp. 49. b. 78144 

Sclater. Synopsis Avium Tanagrinum : a Descriptive Cata- 
logue of the known Species of Tanagers ... [From the Proceed- 
ings of the Zoological Society, April 8, 1856.] London. 1856. 
8vo. 78145 

Sclater. Synopsis of American Rails ... [From the Pro- 
ceedings of the Zoological Society.] London. 1868. 8vo. 



SCOFIELD, 117 

ScLATER. Synopsis of the Fissirostral Family Bucconidae ... 
London. 1854. 8vo. 4 colored Plates. 78147 

ScLATER. Tanagrarum Catalogus Specificus ... Basingstoke. 
1854. 8vo. 78148 

Mr. Sclater contributed many articles on South American birds to the Proceedings of 
the Zoological Society, to the Annals and Magazine of Natural History, and to other 
scientific periodicals. 

ScoBELL (Henry). Declaracion de S. A. con acuerdo de su 
Consejo manifestado por parte desta Republica la Justicia de sus 
cauzas cotra Espana, Viernes 26. de Octubre 1655. Ordenado 
por S. A. el S. Protector y el Consejo que esta declarasion sea 
empreza y Publicada. Henrique Scobet \sic\ secretario del Con- 
sejo. En Londres [i. e. Holland? 1655 ?] 4to, 6 leaves. 

Relative to the buccaneers. 

Scobie's Canadian Almanac, and Repository of Useful Knowl- 
edge, ... 1851. Toronto. [1851.] 8vo. s. 78150 

[ScoBLE (John).] American Slavery, [n. p. 184-i'] 8vo, 
pp. 12. 78151 

Signed, John Scoble. 

ScoBLE. British Guiana. Speech delivered at the Anti-Slavery 
meeting in Exeter Hall, ... 4th of April, 1838, by John Scoble, 
Esq. ... London. MDCCCXxxviii. 8vo, pp. 35. B. 78152 

ScoBLE. Extractos dos Discursos de J. Scoble e de J. J. Gur- 
ney acerca das Vantagens obtidas com a Emancipa^ao dos Escra- 
vos nas Colonias Britannicas. Rio de 'Janeiro. 1841. 8vo. 

ScoBLE. Texas : its Claims to be recognised as an Independ- 
ent Power by Great Britain ; Examined in a Series of Letters. 
By John Scoble. London : Harvey and Darton. M D ccc xxxix. 
8vo, pp. 56. 78154 

See also Anderson (W. W.), Vol. i., No. 1426. 

ScoFFERN (J.) The Manufacture of Sugar, in the Colonies 
and at home, chemically considered. By John ScofFern. ... Lon- 
don: Longman. 1849. 8^°? PP- ^'^'1 ■'^°* Plate. c. 78155 

ScoFiELD (B. B.) The Philosophy of Money, or a System 
of Finance Based on Natural and Common Sense Principles. By 
B. B. Scofield. Geneseo^ III. : Printed at the Union Advocate Book 
and Job Printing Establishment. 1862. 8vo, pp. 8. 78156 

VOL. XIX. 8 



Il8 SCOPERTA. 

ScoFiELD (G. W.) Amendment of the Constitution to pro- 
hibit Slavery. Speech of Hon. Glenni W. Scofield, of Pennsyl- 
vania ... in the House of Representatives, January 6, 1865 ... 
\_TVashington^ D. C. Gibson Brothers^ Printers. 1865.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Scofield. The Purpose of the Republican Party. Speech 
of Hon. Glenni W. Scofield ... in the House of Representatives, 
July 14, 1868. \JVashi71gton. 1868.] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 78158 

Scofield. Reconstruction. Speech of Hon. Glenni W. Sco- 
field, of Pennsylvania, in the House of Representatives, April 28, 
1866. \_Washington. 1866.] 8vo, pp. 8. B. 78159 

Scofield. Resumption of Specie Payments. Speech of Hon. 
G. W. Scofield, of Pennsylvania, on the Bill to provide for the 
gradual resumption of specie payments. Delivered in the House 
of Representatives, January 27, 1869. \_Washington. 1869.] 
8vo, pp. 8. B. 78160 

Scofield. Shall the Republic be Divided \ Speech of Hon. 
Glenni W. Scofield, of Pennsylvania. Washington., D. C. 1864. 
8vo, pp. 8. 78161 

Scofield. Speech of the Hon. Glenni W. Scofield, of Penn- 
sylvania, on the Bill of H. Winter Davis, "To Guarantee to 
Certain States, whose Governments are Usurped or Overthrown, 
a Republican Form of Government." Delivered in the House 
of Representatives, April 29, 1864. \_JVashington. 1864.] 8vo, 
pp. 8. 78162 

Scofield. Suffrage in the District of Columbia. Speech of 
Hon. Glenni W. Scofield ... in the House of Representatives, 
January 10, 1866. \_lVashington. 1866.] 8vo, pp. 8. 78163 

Also: Speech ... January 20, 1868, ... on Reconstruction. \_JVashington . 1868.] 
8vo, pp. 8. 

Scofield (S.) A Practical Treatise on Vaccina or Cowpock. 
By Samuel Scofield, m.d. ... New-Tork : Printed by Southiuick 
and Pelsue. 1810. i2mo, pp. 139. Plate. 78164 

Scofield (W. C.) A Nation's Joy and Jeopardy. An Ad- 
dress at Koskonong, Wisconsin, July 4, 1865. By Rev. Wm. 
C. Scofield. Milwaukie : Daily Wisconsin Office. 1865. 8vo, 
pp. 16. 78165 

Scoperta dell' America. See [Biondelli (B.)], Vol. 11. 5515. 



SCORESBY. 119 

Lo scoprimento dello Stretto Artico et di Meta incognita retro- 
vato nel anno M. c. lxxvii y 1578 \_sic] dal capitano Martino For- 
bisero inglese, posto nel italiano dal sign. Lorenzo Anania. N'a- 
poli. 1582. i2mo. 78166 

Title from Ternaux, No. 144. Of extreme rarity. See Vol. 11., Nos. 5051-5053; 
and Vol. vii., Nos. 25994-99. 

ScoRESBY (W.), b. 1789, d. 1857. ^^ Account of the Arc- 
tic Regions, with a History and Description of the Northern 
Whale-Fishery. By W. Scoresby, Jun. f.r.s.e. Illustrated by 
Twenty-four Engravings. In Two Volumes. ... Edinburgh: 
Constable. 1820. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xx, 551, Appendix 82; viii, 
558. 24 Maps and Plates. a. 78167 

"The first volume of this work relates to the progress of discovery in the Arctic 
regions, and the natural history of Spitzbergen and the Greenland sea ; the second is 
devoted to the whale-fishery as conducted in the seas of Greenland and Davis's Strait 
Mr. Scoresby, the commander of a Greenland whaler, has here displayed much judicious 
and active observation, combined with no ordinary share of acquired knowledge and 
scientific attainment, and prompted by an ardent and generous zeal for useful discovery." 
— Rich. "This standard work comprises all that most persons can wish to know of 
the subjects of which it treats." — Macculloch. "This, together with a voyage to 
Greenland, published subsequently by the same author, is full of most valuable informa- 
tion on the meteorology and natural history of this part of the world, besides containing 
interesting particulars of the whale-fishery." — Stevenson. It is also highly commended 
in the "Monthly Review," xciii. 225, 361. 

Scoresby. American Factories and their Female Operatives ; 
with an Appeal on behalf of the British Factory Population, and 
suggestions for the improvement of their condition. By the Rev. 
William Scoresby, d.d. ... London: Longman^ Brown^ Green^ ^ 
Longmans. 1845. i2mo, pp. viii, 122. -\- Boston : William D. 
Ticknor and Co. M Dccc XLV. i8mo, pp. viii, 136. B. 78168 

Scoresby. The Arctic Regions ; their Situation, Appearances, 
Climate, and Zoology. By Captain Scoresby. London : The Re- 
ligious Tract Society. [185-?] i8mo, pp. 192. 78169 

Scoresby. The Franklin Expedition ; or. Considerations on 
Measures for the Discovery and Relief of our Absent Adventurers 
in the Arctic Regions. By the Rev. William Scoresby, d.d. 
London: Longman^ Brown bf Co. 1850. 8vo, pp. 99. 2 Maps. 

Also issued in a cheap form without the maps. 

Scoresby. Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale- 
Fishery ; including Researches and Discoveries on the Eastern 
Coast of West-Greenland, made in the Summer of 1822, in the 
ship Baffin of Liverpool. By William Scoresby, Jun. ... Edin- 
burgh: Constable. 1823. 8vo, pp. xliii, 472. 8 Plates. A., c. 



120 SCORESBY. 

ScoRESBY. Journal of a Voyage to Australia and Round the 
World, for Magnetical Research. By the Rev. W. Scoresby. ... 
Edited by Archibald Smith. ... London: Long?nan. 1859. ^^o^ 
pp. xlviii, 315. Map and Portrait. ba., c. 78172 

Scoresby. Magnetical Investigations. By the Rev. William 
Scoresby. ... Part I. London: Longman^ Or7ne^ Broivn^ Greenly 
Longmans. M. DCCC. xxxix. 8vo, pp. (6), 92. 2 Plates -|- P^^t 
II. l^Ibid.'] M.DCCC.XLiii. 8vo, pp. xii, 97-364. H. 78173 

Scoresby. Magnetical Investigations. By the Rev. William 
Scoresby ... London: Longman. 1844-1852. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 
xvi, 364; XV, 448. Plates. B., c. 78174 

Scoresby. Memorials of the Sea. By the Rev. William 
Scoresby. London. 1835. i2mo. p. 78175 

Scoresby. Memorials of the Sea : Sabbaths in the Arctic 
Regions. By the Rev. William Scoresby. Second Edition. 
London: Long?nan. 1850. i2mo, pp. 160. c. 78176 

Scoresby. Memorials of the Sea. The Mary Russell. By 
the Rev. W. Scoresby. Second Edition. London : Longman. 
1850. i2mo, pp. viii, 153. 78177 

Scoresby. Memorials of the Sea. My Father : Being Rec- 
ords of the Adventurous Life of the late William Scoresby, Esq., 
of Whitby. By his Son, the Rev. William Scoresby, d.d. Lon- 
don : Longman. 1 851. i2mo, pp. viii, 232. Portrait, c. 78178 

Scoresby. Narrative of the Loss of the Esk and Lively, 
Greenland Whalers, by vi^hich 75 persons perished, vi'ith a Ser- 
mon on the Occasion. By William Scoresby. Whitby. 1826. 
8vo. 7^'^79 

Scoresby. The Northern Whale Fishery. By William 
Scoresby. London, [n. d.] i2mo. 78 180 

Scoresby. On the Greenland or Polar Ice. By W. Scoresby, 
Jun. \London. 1815?] 8vo, pp. 78. c. 78181 

Scoresby. Remarks on the Probability of reaching the North 
Pole : being an examination of the recent Expedition under Cap- 
tain Parrv, in order to the inquiry, Hov^ far that experiment affects 
the Practicability of the Enterprize ? By the Rev. W. Scoresby 
... From the Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal for July 
1828. \_Edinhuygh. 1828.] 8vo, pp. 20. H. 78182 



SCOT. 121 

ScoRESBY. Tagebuch einer Reise auf den Wallfischfang, ver- 
bunden mit Untersuchungen und Entdeckungen an der Ostkiiste 
von Gronland im Sommer 1822. Aus dem Englischen. Mit 
Zusatzen und Anmerkungen versehen von F. Kries. Hamburg. 
1825. 8vo. Map and Plates. a. 78183 

Also: Zoistic Magnetism. Two Lectures delivered at Torquay. ... London: Long- 
man. 1849. ^^^' ^- See also Vol. in., 'Ho. 12410. 

William Scoresby the father, a successful arctic navigator and whaler, was born in 
1760 and died in 1829. His son, the author of the above works, made a voyage to 
Greenland in 1800, when only eleven years of age. From that time until 1822, he 
made many voyages to the northern whale-fisheries. He afterwards retired from the 
sea, studied for the ministry, and was ordained a priest. In 1844, and again in 1848, 
he visited America, and in 1856, Australia. A list of his numerous works and scien- 
tific papers is appended to the biography written by his nephew, No. 78184, infra. 

Scoresby-Jackson (R. E.) The Life of William Scoresby, 
M.A., ... Corresponding Member of the Institute of France, etc. 
By his Nephew, R. E. Scoresby-Jackson ... . London: T. Nelson 
and Sons, mdccclxi. Post 8vo, pp. 406. Portrait, 4 Plates, and 
Map. 78184 

ScoRYER (R.) Truth Owned and the Lying Tongue Re- 
buked, or, the Author of the Snake in the Grass Discovered, to 
be a Publisher of Lyes. By Richard Scoryer ... London., Printed 
for Francis Holden ... 1 698. 4to, pp. 4. -78185 

For the work to which this is a reply see [Leslie (C.)], Vol. x.. No. 40195. 

[Scot (George), of Pitlochie.'\ The | Model | of the | Govern- 
ment I Of the I Province | of | East-New-Jersey | in | America ; | And 
Encouragements for such as Designs | to be concerned there. | 
Published for Information of such as are de- 1 sirous to be Inter- 
ested in that place. | Edinburgh., | Printed by "John Reid., And Sold be 
[sic] j Alexander Ogston Stationer in the | Parliament Class. Anno. \ 
DOM. 1685.] Sm. 8vo, pp. (8), 272. Sig. a in four, a (repeated) 
to o in eights, and p to u in fours. 78186 

The first (blank) leaf contains only the signature A on the recto. Following the 
title is the dedication "To James Earl of Perth, Lord Drummond and Stobhall, &c. 
Lord High Chancellor of Scotland," signed by " George Scot." At the end of this is 
an advertisement "To the Reader from the Printer," requesting him "with his pen to 
help what he finds amiss, the author's pressing affairs having hindered him from over- 
seeing the press." 

Mr. Whitehead has called attention, in his reprint, to a variation which is found on 
page 37. In the book as originally issued and " intended for circulation in Scotland," 
is a paragraph which "was modified when copies were circulated in England, a new lear 
being inserted." In the former, of which copies are in the library of the New Jersey 
Historical Society and in the Lenox Library, the last paragraph on page 37 begins with 
the words, " I find removal likewise allowable in case of persecution," etc. In the 
latter issue, of which copies are in Harvard College Library and in the possession of Mr. 



ill SCOT. 

Whitehead, another paragraph was substituted, beginning with the words, "Where 
people find themselves straitned in point of their opinion," etc. The effect of the pub- 
lication of this book was highly beneficial to the province in promoting its settlement, 
" particularly as the author added example to precept by embarking himself and family 
for East Jersey. He was accompanied by nearly two hundred persons, and sailed from 
Scotland in September, 1685, but both himself and wife died on the passage." See W. 
A. Whitehead's "East Jersey under the Proprietary Governments," Ne-w Turk, 1846 
(second edition, Ne-wark, 1875), where Scot's work is reprinted. The book is very 
rare. Mr. Murphy's copy sold in 1884 for $105. 

Scot (P.) Vox Vera : Or, Observations from Amsterdam. 
Examining The late Insolencies of some Psevdo-Pvritans, Sepa- 
ratists from the Church of Great-Brittaine. And Closed vp with 
a serious thre-fold Aduertisement for the generall vse of euery 
good Subiect within his Maiesties Dominions, but more especially 
of those in the Kingdome of Scotland. By Patricke Scot, North- 
Brittaine. ... London^ Printed by Bernard Ahop, 1625. 4to, 36 
leaves, a-i in fours. bm. 78187 

The title is on A2, and the last leaf is blank. 

Scot (Phil.), pseudon. See Scots Settlement at Darien, infra. 

Scot (T.) Philomythie | or | Philomythologie | wherin | Out- 
landish Birds, Beasts, | and Fishes, are taught | to | speake true Eng- 
lish I plainely. | By Tho : Scot Gent. | Philomithus est aliquo mo- 1 do 
philosophus : fabula enim | ex miris constituitur. | Arist. | London \ 
for Francis Constable | at the white Lyon in | Paules Church-yard, j 
1616. 1 Sm. 8vo, engraved title, and 88 leaves. Sig. ^ in four, 
\ (repeated) in four, ^[^ and a-i in eights, besides the title, bm. 

In verse. The engraved title by Elstracke is in compartments, containing figures of 
birds and beasts, with portraits at the top of .i^sop and the American philosopher. The 
dedications to the respective books are at the beginning of tiie volume. Among the 
preliminary pieces is one on Pandorsvs Waldulynnatvs, the merrie American Philcso- 
pher, or wise Man of the New World. A second division, with continuous pagination, 
begins on signature F2 with another title: Certaine Pieces of this Age Paraboliz'd ... 
London Printed by John Legatt for Francis Constable ... 1 61 5. In the British Museum 
copy there are copperplate engravings on pages 83 and 91, and a blank space for one on 
page 104. Blank spaces also occur in the text on pages 89, 126 and 127, on account 
of defects in the original manuscript. 

Scot. Philomythie | or | Philomythologie | wherin | Outlandish 
Birds, Beasts, | and Fishes, are taught | to | speake true English | 
plainely. | By Tho: Scot Gent, | Philomithus est aliquo mo-|do 
philosophus : fabula enim | ex miris constituitur. | The second edi- 
tion, much inlarged. | London \ for Francis Constable \ at the white 
Lyon in\ Paules Church-yard. \ 1616. | Sm. 8vo, engraved title, and 
92 unnumbered leaves, a-l in eights, and M in four, besides the 
title. L., BM. 78189 

Following the engraved title, which was altered for this edition, is " A Praemonition 



SCOTCH. 123 

to the intelligent Reader," on one leaf, signed by Thomas Scot, and " Sarcasmos 
Mvndo, or The Frontispice explaned," in four leaves. Next is " A Svpply of the 
description of Monsier Pandorsvs Waldolynnatvs, that merry American Philosopher, or 
the Wiseman of the New World, being Antipode to JEsop, placed with him as parallel 
in the front," etc., in three leaves. An address "To the ouer-wise, ouer-wilfull, ouer- 
curious, or ouer-captious Reader" fills the next three pages. This is followed by the 
text, beginning on the verso of the eleventh leaf, with the dedications prefixed to the 
respective books, instead of being collected at the front, as in the first edition. On the 
first leaf of signature I is the title of the second division : Certaine | Pieces of this | Age 
Parabolizd. | viz. | Duellum Britanicum. | Regalis Justitia lacobi. | Aquignispicium. | Anti- 
dotum Cecillianum. | By Thomas Scot | Gentleman. | Scire tuum nihil est:.\LonJon\Printeci 
for Francis Constable, and are to be sold\at his shop at the signe of the ivhitelLyon in Paules 
Church-\yard. l6l6.| With seven woodcuts in the text. Some copies of this second 
portion have a different imprint : London Printed by Edward Gri£infor Francis Constable 
... 1616. 

Scot. Philomythie [ or [ Philomythologie | wherin | Outlandish 
Birds, Beasts, | and Fishes, are taught | to j speake true English | 
plainely. | By Tho : Scot Gent. | Philomithus est aliquo mo-|do 
philosophus : fabula enim | ex miris constituitur. | The second edi- 
tion, much inlarged. | London \for Francis Constable | at the white 
Lyon in\Paules Church-yard. \ 1622. | Sm. 8vo. bm. 78 190 

The engraved title is the same as in the other editions, the only alteration being in 
the date. The second division is dated i6j6. There are two copies of this "second 
edition" with the date 1622 in the British Museum, which are said to differ from each 
other, and also from the "second edition" of 161 6. Hazlitt mentions still another 
variety with this date, in which the words " second edition," etc., do not occur. The 
same bibliographer also states that this edition is sometimes found with a reprinted title- 
page bearing the date 1640. 

Scot. The Second Part of Philomythie, or Philomythologie. 
Containing certaine Tales Of True Libertie. False Friendship. 
Power Vnited, Faction and Ambition. By Thomas Scot Gent. 
Printed at London for Francis Constable. 16 1 6. Sm. 8vo, 20 leaves, 
the first one blank, a and B in eights, and c in four. + London., 
printed by lohn Lsgatt for Francis Constable. 1625. Sm. 8vo, 20 
leaves, the first one blank. bm. 78 191 

Scot (Thomas), of Utrecht. See Scott. 

A Scotch Answer to a Yankee Question. By the Scotch 
Poetic Genius. Clyde., N. T. 1866, i2mo, pp. 36. 78192 

The Scotch Marine, or Memoirs of the Life of Celestina, a 
Young Lady, who, secretly deserting her family, spent two years 
in strict amity, as a Man, with her beloved Castor ; her Marriage 
afterwards with Carlo, a North Briton, in New England ... Lon- 
don : J. Robinson. 1754. 2 vols., i2mo. + London, [n. d.] 2 
vols., i2mo. 78193 



124 SCOTS SETTLEMENT. 

Scotland's Grievances, | Relating to | Darien, Sic. \ Humbly 
offered to the Consideration | of the | Parliament. | Vos quibus 
potior est turpis cum securitate servitus, quam | honesta cum peri- 
culo libertas, istam quam magni | estimatis, fortunam, amplecta- 
mini, Ego in Patria, | saepe defensa liber & libens moriar : nee me 
prius I ejus caritas quam vita relinquet. Vallas ad Brus-[sium. 
Buchan. Hist. lib. 8. Which for the be-|nefit of those that don't 
understand Latin, is | English'd thus. | You who had rather like 
Cowards submit your | Necks to a Yoke of Ignominous Slavery,] 
than expose your selves to any Danger in | asserting the Public 
Liberty; Hugg that For-| tune which you value so highly: For 
my I part, I shall cheerfully Sacrifice my Life to | die a Free-man 
in my Native Country, which | I have so often Defended : Nor 
will I cease | to Love it, till I cease to Live : Wallace to | Bruce, 
when he join'd with the English a- 1 gainst his Country. | \_Edin- 
burgh?'\ Printed^ 1700. | 8vo, "Errata" on I leaf, recto blank; 
title, verso blank; dedication "Ordinibus Regni, Scotorum gemi- 
tus & lamentabiles querel?e," pp. (2); text, pp. 1-54. Signatures 
B— G in fours, and H in three, besides the three prel. leaves. A., L. 

Improved title of No. 18568, Vol. v. The authorship has been attributed to George 
RIdpath. As originally printed, the dedication leaf formed the fourth leaf of sig. h, 
in which place it is sometimes found. It was intended to be detached however, and 
inserted in its proper place after the title. 

Scotlands Grievances relating to Darien, etc. Humbly offered 
to the consideration of Parliament, [n. p. 1700.''] i2mo, pp. 
(6), 112. j.c.B. 78195 

Scotland's Present Duty. See Vol. v., No. 18569. 

Scotland's | Right to Caledonia | (Formerly called Darien) | And 
the Legality of its Set-| tlement, asserted in Three | several Me- 
morials presen- 1 ted to His Majesty in May | 1699. | By | The Lord 
President of the | Session and Lord Advocate, j on behalf of the 
Company | of Scotland, Trading to Afri-|ca and the Indies.] ... | 
Printed in the Year^ 1700. | 8vo, title, and pp. 34. L. 78196 

Improved title of No. 18570, Vol. v. 

Scots-Irishman, pseudon. See [Bruce (D.)], Vol. iii. 8730. 
Scots Settlement at Darien. 

The following titles relating to the Scots Settlement at Darien are supplementary to 
those already given in Vol. v., Nos. 18544-18575. 

An Abstract of a Letter From a Person of Eminency and 
worth in Caledonia to a Friend at Boston in New-England. Bos- 
ton^ Printed May 15. 1699. 4to, pp. 2, 4. J.C.B. 78197 



SCOTS SETTLEMENT. I25 

The letter of two pages was written from Fort St. Andrew, probably by William 
Paterson, the projector of the Darien company. The last four pages contain: "Cale- 
donia. The Declaration of the Council constituted by the Indian and African Com- 
pany of Scothnd ; for the Government and direction of their Colonies and Settlements 
in the Indies," signed "By Order cf the Council, Hugh Ross, Secretary," and dated 
" New Edinburgh, December 2ii. 1698." Mr. Brinley's copy (No. 810) sold for $20. 
See also Vol. xiv., Nos. 59053-55, 59137. 

An Act of Parliament for encouraging the Scots African and 
Indian Company. \_Editihurgh . 1695.] 410, pp. 8. J.c.B. 

Dated, June 26, 1695. It was under this act that the Scots Settlement at Darien 
was founded. For another edition see Vol. v., No. 18544. 

Ad amplissimos simul et consultissimos viros Societatis Scoti- 
canae ad Afros et Indos negotium Rectores et Administratores 
aequissimos ... \_Edinburgh ? 1700.] 8vo, pp. 8. J.C.B. 78199 

By Gwalterus Denniston. A curious poem relative to the settlement at Darien. 

The Application of the Scots to Foreign Trade, Commended 
and Encouraged : and their late attempt to have Settled at Darien, 
fully Vindicated from all that hath been excepted against it. [n. 
p. 1700.''] 8vo, pp. 28, 214. 78200 

[Royal arms.] | By His Excellency | Richard Earl of Bello- 
mont, Captain General and Governour in Chief of His Majesties 
Province [ of New- York, and Territories depending thereon in 
America, and Vice Admiral of the same, | &c | A Proclamation | 
Whereas His most excellent Majesty hath received Advice, That 
several Ships of Force, fitted out of Scotland, were designed | to 
settle themselves in some parts of America; ... . | Given at Fort 
William Henry in New-York, the 15th Day of May, 1699. and 
in the Eleventh Year of his Majesty's Reign. | By Order. | Bello- 
mont. I B. Cosens, CI. Concilij. | God Save the King.] [Colo- 
phon :] Printed by W. Bradford^ Printer to the Kings most Excellent 
Majesty in New-York^ 1699.] Folio, 1 leaf. h.s.p. 78201 

Reprinted with No. 78202 at Edinburgh in 1699, and again in "The Original 
Papers and Letters relating to the Scots Company" (No. 18563, Vol. v.), pp. 44—48. 
It relates to the colony in Darien, and forbids his Majesty's subjects in America to hold 
any correspondence with the emigrants, or to assist them in any way by provisions, 
arms, ammunition, etc. Title furnished by Mr. Hildeburn. 

By his Excellency Richard Earl of Bellomont, Captain Gen- 
eral, and Governour in chief of his Majesty's Provinces of the 
Massachusetts-Bay, New-York, &c. in America, and of the Ter- 
ritories thereon depending, and Vice-Admiral of the same. A 
Proclamation. Whereas his most Excellent Majesty having 
received Advice, that several Ships of Force fitted out in Scot- 



126 SCOTS SETTLEMENT. 

land, were arrived at the Island of St. Thomas, with an Intention 
(as they declared) to settle themselves in some parts of America 
.... Given at the Council Chamber in Boston, the third day of 
June 1699. in the eleventh year of his Majesty's Reign. By 
Order of his Excellency and Council, I. Addington Seer. Bel- 
lomont. God save the King. [Colophon :] Boston^ Printed by 
Bartholomew Green^ and ^ohn Alleyi^ Printers to his Excellency the 
Governour and Council. 1699. Folio, i leaf? 78202 

An edition of No. 78201 and of this, with the colophon: Edinhurgh, Reprinted 
exactly according to the Originals, Anno 1699, was reprinted in "The Original Papers 
and Letters relating to the Scots Company," pp. 44-48. 

Caledonia. The Declaration of the Council. See No. 78197, 
supra. 

Caledonia's Complaint and Resolution, With the Answer to 
the Complaint. [In verse, n. p. 1700.] 4to, i page. 78203 

The Causes of Scotland's Miseries. A Poem in Imitation of 
the VI. Ode of the Third Book of Horace. Edinburgh.^ Printed 
by yames IVatson in Craig's Closs^ 1700. 4to, 4 leaves. 78204 

Certain Propositions Relating to the Scots Plantation of Cale- 
donia, and the National Address for supporting thereof, briefly 
offered to Publick View, for removing of Mistakes and Preju- 
dices. Glasgow^ Printed in the Year 1 700. Folio, pp. 2. J.c.B. 

A I Collection | of | Scarce and Valuable Papers, | Some whereof 
were never before Printed, viz. 1 1. A Defence of the Scots Settle- 
I ment at Darien, with an An-|swer to the Spanish Memorial | 
against it. |n. An Enquiry into the Causes of | the Miscarriages at 
Darien, &c. | [etc. 72 lines.] \ London; Printed for George Saw- 
bridge^ at the I Three Golden Flow er-de- Luces in Little Britain^ 1 7 1 2. | 
8vo, pp. (6), 240, 353-583- 78206 

The "Defence" fills pp. i— 51; the "Enquiry" pp. 51—135. The running page 
heading of the book is "A Choice Collection of Papers Relating to State-Affairs Vol. 
I." It is probably a reissue of No. 12879, ^o\. iv. 

A Congratulatory Poem, On the safe Arrival of the Scots 
African and Indian Fleet in Caledonia, and their kind Reception 
by the Natives, with an Amicable advice to all concerned, [n. p. 
1699.] Folio, I page. 78207 

Signed, " R. A." 

Constitutions of the Company of Scotland, trading to Africa 
and the Indies. \_Edinburgh. 1696.] Folio, pp. 3. j.c.b. 

Corrected title of No. 1 8 547, Vol. v. 



SCOTS SETTLEMENT. 11'] 

A I Defence | of the | Scots | abdicating j Darien : | Including An | 
Answer | to the | Defence | of the | Scots Settlement there. | Authore 
Britanno sed Dunensi. | -.. | [^Edinburgh F^ Pr'mted in the Year^ 
1700. 1 8vo, pp. (20), 1-28, 13-20, 37-60, 145-165, 167-168, 
verso blank, a-n in fours. L. 78209 

" The Epistle Dedicatory" is signed by " Phil. Scot." The authorship is attributed 
to James Hodges by Halkett and Laing, who add the following note: "One Walter 
Herries was supposed by the Scots Parliament to have been the author of this Defence, 
which was ordered to be burnt by the hands of the hungman, and the Lords of the 
Treasury were required to offer a reward of £6000 Scots for the arrest of the reputed 
author." In the reply entitled "An Enquiry into the Causes of the Miscarriage," the 
author is named "H s." In some copies pages 29—36 are correctly numbered. 

A I Defence | of the | Scots | Abdicating | Darien : | Including An | 
Answer | to the | Defence | of the | Scot's Settlement there. | Authore 
Britanno sed Dunensi. | \_Edinhurgh :~\ Printed in the Tear^ 1700.] 
i2mo, pp. (12), 50. 78210 

The dedication is signed " Phil. Scot." Mr. Brinley's copy of this edition (No. 
5327) sold for $5. 

A I Defence | of the | Scots | Settlement at Darien. | With | An 
Answer to the Spanish Memorial against it. | And | Arguments to 
prove. That it is the Interest of England | to join with the Scots, 
and protect it. | To which is added | A Description of the Coun- 
trey, and a particular Account | of the Scots Colony, | [n. p.] 
Printed in the Tear^ M. DC. xc. ix. | 4to, pp. (4), 60. B in four, 
and c— p in twos, besides the two prel. leaves. L. 7821 1 

The dedication "To the King's Most Excellent Majesty" is signed " Philo Caledon," 
who is supposed to be George Ridp.ith. 

A I Defence | of the | Scots Settlement | At Darien. | With | An 
Answer to the Spanish | Memorial against it. | And| Arguments to 
prove that it is the | Interest of England to join with the | Scots, 
and protect it. |To which is added, | A Description of the | Coun- 
try, and a particular Account of | the Scots Colony. | Edinburgh^ | 
Printed in the Tear M. DC. xc. ix. | 8vo, pp. (8), 86. A-M in fours, 
the last leaf blank. L, 78212 

Corrected title of No. 18549, Vol. v. 

A I Defence | Of the Scots Settlement | at | Darien | with [ An 
Answer to the Spanish Me- 1 morial against it. | And Arguments 
to Prove that it is the In-|terest of England to Joyn with the 
Scots, I and Protect it. |To which is Added, | A Description of the 
Country, and a parti- 1 cular Account of the Scots Colony. | Eden- 
burgh^ Printed in the Year. \ MDCXCix. | Sm. 8vo, pp. (4), 57. 
[a]-g in fours, and h in three. l. 78213 



128 SCOTS SETTLEMENT. 

A Description of the Province and Bay of Darian : Giving an 
full Account of all it's Situation, Inhabitants, Way and Manner 
of Living and Religion, Solemnities, Ceremonies and Products ; 
Being vastly rich with Gold, Silver, and various other Commodi- 
ties. By I. B. a Well-wisher to the Company who lived there 
Seventeen Years. Edinburgh^ Printed by the Heirs and Successors 
of J n drew Anderson^ Printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty. 
Anno Do7n. 1699. 4to, pp. (2), 16. j.c.B. 78214 

The one page address to the reader is signed "Isaac Blackwell," whose initials appear 
on the title. 

An I Enquiry | into | The Causes of the Miscarriage | of the | 
Scots Colony at Darien. | Or an | Answer | to a | Libel | Entituled | A 
Defence of the Scots Abdicating Darien. | Submitted to the Con- 
sideration of the] Good People of England. | ... | Glasgow. 1700. | 
8vo, pp. (8), 112. A in four, b-g in eights, h and i in fours, l. 

Corrected title of No. 18552, Vol. v. The authorship has been attributed to George 
Ridpath. 

The 1 Golden Island | Or | the Darien Song | In Commendation 
of I All Concerned in | that Noble En- 1 terprize | Of the Valiant 
Scots. I By a Lady of Honour. | Edinburgh^ | Printed by fohn Reid^ 
and are to | be sold at his Printing- House | in Bells-Wynd.^ 1699. | 
8vo, pp. 8. H. 78216 

An Health to Caledonia, To the Tune of Marin's Trumpet 
Air. Two stanzas, [n. p. 1699.] Folio, i page. 78217 

The I History | of | Caledonia : | or, the | Scots Colony ] in | Darien | 
In the West-Indies. | With an Account of the Adanners | of the 
Inhabitants, and Riches of the] Countrey, | By a Gentleman lately 
Arriv'd. | Dublin: | Re-printed by Stephe7i Powell^ at the back of\ 
Dick's Coffee-House in Skinner-Row^ for\ fosias Shaiu^ Bookseller^ at 
RusseTs Coffee- | House on Cork-hill^ near the Exchange. | mdcxcix. ( 
Sm. 8vo, pp. 32. A and b in eights. Map. l. 78218 

The map is inscribed : "a New Map of ye | Isthmus of Darien in| America, The Bay 
of Panama, I The Gulph of Vallona or S'. Michael, | with its Islands & Countries Adja- 
cent-lBylW™. Hacke & R'. Morden." For another edition see Vol. v.. No. 18556. 

The Humble Address of the Right Honourable the Lords 
Spiritual & Temporal In Parliament Assembled, Presented to His 
Majesty, Feb. 12, 1699. [And His Majesties most gracious 
Answer thereunto,] London. 1699. Folio, pp. 4. 78219 

The Address urges the abandonment of the Scotch Colony at Darien, it being 
" inconsistent with the good of the Plantation Trade of this Kingdom." Mr. Brin- 
ley's copy sold for §14. 



SCOTS SETTLEMENT. 1 29 

A Just and Modest Vindication of the Scots Design. See 
[Hodges (James)], Vol. viii., No. 32340. 

The authorship is ascribed to Robert Ferguson in the catalogues of the British Mu- 
seum and Bodleian libraries. 

A Letter from a Member of the Parliament of Scotland to his 
friend in London, concerning their late act for establishing a 
Company of that Kingdom, trading to Africa and the Indies. 
Edinburgh : Andrew Anderson. 1696.- 4to, pp. 19. j.c.b. 78220 

Dated November 14, 1695. For another edition see Vol. v., No. 18560. 

A I Letter, | from the | Commission, | of the | General Assembly, | 
of the I Church | of | Scotland ; | Met at Glasgow, July 21. 1699. | 
To the I Honourable Council, and Inhabitants, of the | Scots Col- 
ony of Caledonia, in America. | Edinburgh^ \ Printed by George Mos- 
man^ and are to be sold at his \ Shop in the Parliament- Closs. 1699. | 
4to, pp. 16. A and b in fours. L. 78221 

For another edition see Vol. v., No. 1 8 561. 

A Letter, giving | A | Description | of the | Isthmus | of | Darian : | 
(Where the Scot's Colonic is settled ;) | From a Gentleman who 
lives there at present. | With an Account of the Fertilness of the 
Soil, the Quality | of the Air, the Manners of the Inhabitants, 
And the | Nature of the Plants, and Animals, &c. | And | A par- 
ticular Mapp of the Isthmus, and Entrance to the | River or 
Darian. | Edinburgh^ \ Printed for John Mackie ... | M. DC xc. ix. | 
4to, 12 leaves, a-c in fours. Folded Map. b. bm., c.h.k. 

A I Letter | To a | Friend | at | Edinburgh | From | Roterdam, | Giv- 
ing an account of the Scots affairs | in Darien. | By | James Byres. | 
...\Printed\Anno\m\iZQ\\.\ 8vo, pp. 171. H. 78223 

Improved title of No. 9724, Vol. iii. 

Lettres Patentes du Octroi sous le grand seau du Royaume 
Decosse, pour la compagnie du commerce de I'Afrique et des 
Indes, etc. [n. p.] Imprim'e pour la Compagnie. M. DC. Lxxxxvil. 
[1697.] 4to, pp. 8. J.C.B. 78224 

Relates to the Scots Settlement at Darien. 

A I List I of the | Subscribers | To the Company of Scotland, 
Trading I to Africa and the Indies; | Taken in Edinburgh &c. until 
the 27 of March 1696.] \_Edinburgh. 1696.] Folio, pp. 4. 

A I List I of the | Subscribers | to the | Company of Scotland, | 
Trading to | Africa and the Indies. | Taken in Edinburgh &c. until 



130 SCOTS SETTLEMENT. 

the 21 of April inclusive 1696,] [^Edinburgh. 1696. J Folio, pp. 
12. H. 78226 

Memoirs of North-Britain ; Taken from Authentick Writings, 
aswell Manuscript as Printed. In which it is Prov'd, That the 
Scots Nation have Always been Zealous in the defence of the 
Protestant Religion and Liberty. Containing, i. An account of 
the cruelties exercis'd by the Tories, against the Protestants, in 
King Charles's and King James's reigns, ii. Of the tryals and 
murder of the Earl of Argyle, and Robert Bailie of Jerviswood 
Esq; III. Of the Revolution, and Dundee's rebellion, iv. Of 
Glenco's death, and the Darien colony; with a vindication of 
King William's honour and justice therein, v. Of the designs 
of the Jacobites in opposing the Union, and of their invasion- 
plot after it. vi. The agreement between the English and Scots 
Tories, since the change of the old ministry, in their attempts 
against the Protestant succession. Lo7idon : Prmted for y. Baker 
... and y. Graves ... mdccxv. 8vo. a— u in eights. 78227 

By John Oldmixon. Improved title of No. 47571, Vol. xii. 

An Ode made on the Welcome News of the safe Arrival and 
kind Reception of the Scottish Collony at Darien in America. 
Edinburgh.^ Printed by yames IVatson in Craig's Class 1699. Folio, 
I page. 78228 

Petition of the Council-General (of the Company of Scotland) 
Trading to Africa and the Indies, etc. Signed at Edinburgh the 
19th of October 1699. With the reply of His Majesty King 
William to the same. [n. p. 1699.] Folio, pp. 2. J.C.B. 

Relative to the " Plantation on the North side of the Isthmus of Darien." 

The Recruits for Caledonia of the Rysing Sun their Farewell 
to Old Scotland ... [In verse.] Edinburgh: Printed by yames 
Watson ... 1699. 4to, I page. 78230 

The I Representation and Petition | of the | Council-General |of 
the 1 Indian and African | Company | to the | Parliament. | Edinburgh., 
Printed in the Tear 1700.] 8vo, pp. 19. a and B in fours, c in 

two. L. 78231 

Improved title of No. 18566, Vol. v, and No. 69993, ^°1- x^ii- 

A Short Account from, and Description of the Isthmus of 
Darien, where the Scots Collony are Settled. With a Particular 
Map of the Isthmus, and Enterance to the River of Darien. 
According to our late News, and Mr. Dampier and Mr. Wafer. 



SCOTS SETTLEMENT. I3I 

Edinburgh. Printed and sold by "John Vallange. 1699. 4to, pp. (6), 
19. Map and Plate. J.c.b., bm. 78232 

A I Short and Impartial] View | of | The Manner and Occasion | 
of the I Scots Colony's | Coming away from | Darien. | In | A Letter 
to a Person of Quality. | ... | \Ed'inburgh:'\ Printed \by Raines Wat- 
son^ in the Tear M. DC xc. ix. | 410, pp. 40. A— E in fours. L. 

Signed at the end " P. C." The name of the printer is written on the title of the 
Lenox copy in a contemporary hand. 

A Short I Vindication | of | Phil. Scot's Defence | of the | Scots 
Abdicating Darien: | Being | in Answer to the Challenge of the | 
Author of The Defence of that Settle- 1 ment, to prove the Spanish 
Title to I Darien, by Inheritance, Marriage, Do- 1 minion, Purchase, 
Reversion, Surrender, | or Conquest. | W^ith A | Prefatory Reply, to 
the False and | Scurrillous Aspersions, of the New Au-|thor of, 
The Just and Modest Vindicati-| on, he. And some Animad- 
versions on I the material Part of it, relating to the | Title of Da- 
rien. I ... I London : | Printed in the Tear., 1 700. | 8vo, pp. 48. a-f 
in fours. H. 78234 

Improved title of No. 18571, Vol. v. 

Some I Seasonable and Modest | Thoughts, | Partly occasioned by 
and partly concerning the | Scots East-India | Company. | Humbly 
offered to R. H. Esq; a Member [of the present Parliament.] By 
an unfeign and hearty Lover of | England. | [n. p.] Printed in the 
Tear 1696.] 4to, pp. 36. a-d in fours, E in two. 78235 

Signed " C. K," and dated Jan. i, l(i<)^. Title from Mr. Paul L. Ford. 

Some I Seasonable and Modest | Thoughts | Partly occasioned by, 
and partly concerning the | Scots East-India | Company, | Humbly 
offered to R. H. Esq. a Member | of the present Parliament. I By 
an unfeigned and hearty Lover of | England. | Edinburgh., | Re- 
printed by George Mosman., and are to be Sold at his I Shop in the 
Parliament Class., 1^99. | 4to, pp. 31. a-d in fours. L. 78236 

Signed at the end " C. K." 

A I State I of | Mr. Paterson's Claim | upon the | Equivalent ; | with 
I Original Papers and Observations | Relating thereto. | London :\ 
Printed in the Tear mdccxii. | 4to, pp. viii, (4), 72. H. 78237 

Relates to the Darien affairs. Improved title of No. 18573, Vol. v. See also Vol. 
v., No. 18565, and Vol. xiv.. No. 59053. 

A I Supplement | Of | Original Papers | and | Letters | relating | To 
the Scots Company Tra-|ding to Africa and the Indies. | [n. p.] 
Anno Dom. 1700.] 8vo, pp. 16. 78238 

For another edition see No. 18574, Vol. v. 



132 SCOTT. 

To his Grace, Her Majesty's | High Commissioner, and the | 
Right Honourable Estates of | Parliament | The Humble Repre- 
sentation of the I Council-General of the Company of Scotland | 
Trading to Africa and the Indies. | [n. p. 1706.] Folio, 2 leaves. 

Title from Mr. Paul L. Ford. See also Vol. x., No. 40877. 

Scots Sawney, pseudon. Letter from Scots Sawney the Bar- 
ber, to Mr. Wilkes an English Parliamenter. Boston. (^Price 4 
Coppers.) [1763?] l2mo, pp. 8. w. 78240 

Dated June 25, 1763, and signed " Philo-Britain." First printed in England. 

Scott (A.) Report from the Committee of Claims on the 
Petition of Alexander Scott of the State of South Carolina, on 
behalf of himself and others, ... 22 January, 1805. ... Wash- 
ington City : Printed by IVilUam Duane & Son. 1805. 8vo, pp. 8. 

Scott (A. M.) Chronicles of the Great Rebellion from the 
beginning of the same until the Fall of Vicksburg. By Rev. 
Allen M. Scott. Seventh Edition. Cincinnati. 1864. i2mo, 
pp. 344. + Fourteenth Edition. Cincinnati : C. F. Vent & Co. 
1864. 8vo, pp. 344. C. 78242 

Written in scriptural style. 

ScoTT. Chronicles of the Great Rebellion. By Rev. Allen 
M. Scott, D.D. Twenty-sixth Edition. Cincinnati: C. F. Vent 
& Co. 1868. 8vo, pp. 344. B. 78243 

Scott (B.) An Hour with the Pilgrim Fathers and their Pre- 
cursors. A Lecture, By Benjamin Scott, f.r.s.a. Second Edi- 
tion. London: W. Thorn. 1869. 8vo, pp. 40. 78244 

Scott. Lays of the Pilgrim Fathers. By Benjamin Scott, 
Chamberlain of the City of London. London. 1861. 8vo. 
Woodcuts. 78245 

Scott. The Pilgrim Fathers, neither Puritans nor Persecutors. 
A Lecture delivered at the Friend's Institute, London, on the 
1 8th of January, 1866. By Benjamin Scott, f.r.a.s.. Chamber- 
lain of the City of London. ... London: A. W. Bennett, m.d.ccc- 
Lxvi. 8vo, pp. 39. H. -|- Second Edition. London: A. JV. Ben- 
nett. M.D.CCC.LXIX. 8vo, pp. 39. B. 78246 
Also reprinted in the Cleveland "Herald," for May 12, 1866. 

ScoTT (C.) Thoughts on the Government, Union, Danger, 
Wants, and Wishes of the Canadas ; and on the proper line of 
policv of the British Parliament in these respects : being a Letter 
to Mr. Hitchings, of Toronto, occasioned by, and containing 



SCOTT. 133 

Strictures on, one addressed to him by Dr. Dunlop, conveying his 
thoughts on the subject of Responsible Government. By Charles 
Scott. Montreal. 1839. 8vo, pp. 135. 78247 

Scott (C. L.) Address of the Hon. Charles L. Scott, of 
Cahfornia, to his Constituents on the Constitutional Right of 
Secession. Washington., D. C. : William H. Moore., Printer. 1861. 
8vo, pp. 16. H. 78248 

Scott (D.) Calm Examination of Dr. McMaster's Letters 
on Civil Government. By the Rev. David Scott. Newburgh : 
Printed by Charles U. Cushman. 1 832. 8vo, pp. 44. H. 78249 

Scott. Distinctive Principles of the Reformed Presbyterian 
Church. By the Rev. David Scott. Albany: Joel Munsell. 1841. 
i2mo, pp. 324. 78250 

Scott. An Exposure of Dr. McMaster's " Brief Inquiry." 
By the Rev. David Scott. ... New-York: Printed by H. Bunce, 
1833. 8vo, pp. 28. H. 78251 

Scott. Narrative of the Division in the Reformed Presbyte- 
rian Church in 1833. By Rev. David Scott. Rochester. 1863. 
8vo. 78252 

Scott (D. B.) Manual of the History of the United States. 
By David B. Scott. New York. 1 852. i8mo. -f New Edition. 
New York. 1 86 1. i2mo. + New York. 1866. i2mo. 78253 

Scott. A School History of the United States, from the 
Discovery of America to the year 1870. By David B. Scott. ... 
New York : Harper & Brothers. 1870. i2mo, pp. xii, 425. Plate. 
+ [Ibid.^ 1872. l2mo, pp. xii, 425. Plate. 78254 

Scott. A Smaller School History of the United States, from 
the Discovery of America to the year 1872. By David B. Scott. 
With Maps and Illustrations. New York : Harper iff Brothers. 
1872. i6mo, pp. 235. 78255 

Scott (D.) The Case of Dred Scott. In the Supreme Court 
of the United States, December Term, 1854. [6"/. Louis. 1854.] 
Svo, pp. 12. B., H. 78256 

Scott. The Case of Dred Scott in the United States Supreme 
Court. The full Opinions of Chief Justice Taney and Justice 
Curtis, and abstracts of the opinions of the other judges ... New 
York: Greeley & McElrath, 1857. 8vo, pp. 104. B., s. 78257 

vol. XIX. Q 



134 SCOTT. 

Scott. The Case of Dred Scott in the United States Supreme 
Court. The full Opinions of Chief Justice Taney and Justice 
Curtis, and abstracts of the opinions of the other judges ; with an 
analysis of the points ruled, and some concluding observations. 
New York: Horace Greeley^ Co. i860. 8vo, pp. 104. H. 

Scott. The Dred Scott Decision. Opinion of Chief Justice 
Taney, with an Introduction by Dr. J. H. Van Evrie. Also, An 
Appendix, containing an Essay on the Natural History of the 
Prognathous Race of Mankind, originally written for the New 
York Day-book, by Dr. S. A. Cartwright, of New Orleans. 
'Van Evrie^ Horton & Co. ... New York. 1 859. 8vo, pp. 48, and 
covers. + \New York ;] Published by Van Evrie., Horton., &' Co. 
i860. 8vo, pp. 48, and covers, -f- New York: Van Evrie., Hor- 
ton &' Co. 1863. 8vo, pp. 48, and covers. 78259 

ScoTT. Historical and Legal Examination. See [Benton (T. 
H.)], Vol. II., No. 4785. 

Scott. A Legal Review of the Case of Dred Scott, as 
decided by the Supreme Court of the United States. ... Boston: 
Crosby^ Nichols^ and Company. 1857. 8vo, pp. 62. 78260 

ScoTT. Remarks on a Passage. See [Woolsey (T. D.)] 

Scott. A Report of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of 
The United States, and the Opinions of the Judges thereof, in 
the case of Dred Scott, versus John F. A. Sandford. New York: 
D. Appleton and Company. 1857. 8^°? PP* 393~^33i ^^"^ covers. 

See also Howard (B. C), Vol. viii., No. 33240. 

ScoTT. A Review of the Decision of the Supreme Court of 
the United States in the Dred Scott Case. By a Kentucky Law- 
yer. Louisville., Ky.: Morton & Griswold. 1857. 8vo, pp. 47. 

See also Vol. xvii., No. 696065 The Slavery Question; an</ Vermont. 

ScoTT (F.) [Half-title:] Narrative | of | Mrs. Scott and Capt. 
Stewart's] Captivity. I [Woodcut.] | [Title on verso:] A true and 
wonderful | Narrative | of the surprising Captivity and remarkable | 
Deliverance of | Mrs. Frances Scott, | an Inhabitant of Washing- 
ton County, in the | State of Virginia ; who was taken by the 
Indians | on the Evening of the Twenty-ninth of June, 1785. | 
Containing also, | A particular Relation of her almost unparralelled 
I Sufferings, and the Hardships she underwent during her | tedious 
and painful Travels and Perigrinations of Thir-| ty-two Days .... 
I Likewise, | A particular Detail of the horrid, barbarous and cruel 



SCOTT. 135 

I Massacre of her Husband, Mr. Scott, and four Chil-|dren, and 
a Lad named Ball, who were most inhu- 1 manly murdered by the 
blood-thirsty Savages, on | the fatal Evening of the Twenty-ninth 
of June. ... Boston: Printed by E. Russell^ next Lib. Pole^ 1786. 
i6mo, pp. 24. Woodcuts. m. 78263 

A very rare narrative. On page 19 begins "A true and faithful Narrative of the 
surprizing Captivity and remarkable deliverance of Captain Isaac Stewart," etc. See also 
Vol. IX., No. 38109. 

Scott (F. J.) The Art of Beautifying Suburban Home 
Grounds of Small Extent ; the Advantages of Suburban Homes 
over City or Country Homes ; the Comfort and Economy of 
Neighbouring Improvements ; the Choice and Treatment of 
Building Sites ; and the Best Modes of Laying Out, Planting, 
and Keeping Decorated Grounds. ... With Descriptions of the 
Beautiful and Hardy Trees and Shrubs grown in the United 
States. By Frank J. Scott. New York : D. Appleton and Com- 
pany. 1870. Sm. 4to, pp. 618. 78264 

Scott. The Palaces of America. By Frank J. Scott. Bos- 
ton : Reprinted from The Radical for April., 1869. 8vo, pp. 9. H. 

[Scott.] Suggestions concerning a National Currency, [n. 
p. 1873.] ^^0' PP- ^0- "• 78266 

Scott (G. C.) Fishing in American Waters. By Genio C. 
Scott. With one hundred and seventy Illustrations. ... New 
York : Harper l^ Brothers. 1869. 8vo, pp. 484. Plate. c. 

Scott (G. G.) ... Speech of George G. Scott ... March 8, 
[1859,] O" t'^^ Case of Hon. William G. Mandeville ... the 
final vote March 16 ... [^Albany. 1859.] ^^^j PP* ^^' ^-t ^• 

With heading " N. Y. Legislature, 1859. In Senate." 

Scott (G. W.) Naturalization of Aliens : or the Alien's 
Guide to Citizenship ; and Court Manual : containing a Sketch 
of the Laws with Directions and Forms of Proceedings, and the 
Naturalization of Aliens, in the United States. By George W. 
Scott. New York. 1847. ^^o. 78269 

Scott. New York Registry Law of 1859, ^'^^ instructions 
for executing its provisions. By George W. Scott. ... Albany : 
Weed., Parsons y Company. 1859. 8vo, pp. 32. H. 78270 

[Scott (Helenus).] The Adventures of an East-India Rupee. 
Wherein are interspersed. Various Anecdotes Asiatic and Euro- 



136 SCOTT. 

pean. ... Price Half a Dollar. Philadelphia : Printed and Sold by 
Robert Bell^ in Third-Street^ M,DCC, Lxxxiii. 8vo, pp. 64. p. 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Scott (H.) A Complete History of Fairfield County, Ohio. 
By Hervey Scott. 1795-1876. Columbus^ Ohio: Sicbert ^ Lilly ^ 
Printers. 1877. 8vo, pp. x, 304. 4 Illustrations. 78272 

Scott (J. W.) An Address before the Athenian Society of 
Indiana University, September, 1838. ... By Prof. J. W. Scott. 
Oxford. 1838. 8vo, pp. 32. 78273 

[Scott.] A Statement of the Causes which led to the recent 
changes in the Miami University. \Oxford^ O. 1845.] i2mo, 
pp. 23. 78274 

" Prof. Scott's account of why he, and Prof. Waterman were removed from their 
Professorships in the Institution." — P. G. Thomson. 

Scott [Col. J. W.) Letter to Judge Nevis, Mr. Lupp and 
Mr. Wood, of New-Brunswick, on the Constitutional Organiza- 
tion of the Legislative Council of New Jersey, October, 1841 
... Trenton. 1 840. 8vo, pp. 30. s. 78275 

Scott (J. W.) A Presentation of Causes tending to fix the 
Position of the Future Great City of the World in the Central 
Plain of North America, showing that the centre of the world's 
commerce now represented by the City of London, is moving 
westward, to the City of New York, and thence, within one 
hundred years, to the best position on the Great Lakes. By J. 
W. Scott. Toledo: Blade Office Print. 1868. 8vo, pp. 28. B. 

Scott (J. Walter). American Postage Stamp Album. ... 
Second Edition. New York: J. W. Scott b' Co. 1870. Oblong 
i6mo, 155 leaves. I'^'^ll 

Scott (J.) The Regards due to the Memory of Faithful 
Ministers. A Sermon preached at Stourbridge and Cradley, De- 
cember, 8th. 1816. On the Death of The Rev. Benjamin Car- 
penter. To which is added An Address, delivered at the Inter- 
ment. By James Scott. Stourbridge : Printed by "J. Heming. 
[1816.] 8vo, pp. 36. B. 78278 

Scott [Rev. James). The Guardian Angel. [In verse.] ... 
New Tork. 1859. i2mo, pp. 191. 78279 

Scott (J. L.) A Journal of a Missionary Tour through 
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin and 



SCOTT. t37 

Michigan ; comprising a concise description of different Sections 
of Country ; Health of CHmate ; Inducements for Emigration, 
with the embarrassments ; the Religious Condition of the People ; 
iVIeetings connected with the Mission ; and of the Great West- 
ern Prairies. By Rev. James L. Scott. Providence : Published 
by the Author. 1843. i2mo, pp. viii, 203. c. 78280 

Scott (J. ) The | Baptism of Christ, | A | Gospel Ordinance : | 
being altogether Inward and Spi- 1 ritual : | Not, like John's, into 
Water ; but, according to | the real Nature of the Gospel, into 
the very | Name, Life, and Power, of the Father, and | of the Son, 
and of the Holy Ghost. | Shewing that the Apostle's Use of 
Water Baptism | was by no Means as an Ordinance of Christ, | 
but as the Baptism of John ; and that all who | are baptized into 
Christ, have put on Christ, | not only professionally, but substan- 
tially — that I is, have put him on as the whole Armour of | Light, 
and walk in him in newness of Life. | By Job Scott. | Providence : 
Printed by 'J. Carter. | m,dcc,xciii. | 8vo, pp. vii, 185. ba. + 
Providence.^ Printed: London., Reprinted by 'James Phillips. 1794. 
8vo, pp. viii, 193. B. -\- Dublin : Reprinted by Rachel Maria 
Jackson. 1794. 8vo. -f- Chester: Printed by W. Minshull., for 
PV. Leicester. 1796. l2mo. -\- Printed for IV . Leicester., War- 
rington. 1796. l2mo. -\- Providence Prijited : London: Reprinted 
by JVilliam Phillips. 1803. l2mo. 78281 

Scott. A Description of True Religion ; extracted from the 
Journal of the late Job Scott, of North America. London : 
Printed by W. ^ S. Graves ... and sold by E. Fry. [n. d,] l2mo. 

Scott. An Expose of some of the Misrepresentations con- 
tained in a Pamphlet, entitled : " A Letter from a Friend in 
America to Luke Howard." By Job Scott. Philadelphia. 1826. 
8vo. 78283 

Scott. Extracts from the Journal of Job Scott, an American 
Minister. Bradford : Printed by IV. H. Blackburn. 1829. 8vo, 
pp. 40. 78284 

Scott. Extracts from the unpublished Journal of Job Scott, 
late of North America. [By L. A. Barclay.] London : Nos- 
worthy and Wells., Printers, [n. d.] l2mo. 78285 

Scott. Five Letters from Job Scott, written whilst in Europe, 
to his Relations and Friends. New Bedford: Printed by Abraham 
Shearman., Jr. 1807. i2mo, pp. 28. 78286 



138 SCOTT. 

Scott. Journal of the Life, Travels, and Gospel Labours, of 
that Faithful Servant and Minister of Christ, Job Scott. New- 
Tork: Printed and Sold by Isaac Collins^ No. 189, Pearl-street. 1797. 
l2mo, pp. xii, (2), 360. -(- New York Printed: London Reprinted^ 
by James Phillips & Son. 1797. i2mo, pp. xiv, 354. + Wihning- 
ton. 1797. i2mo. w. -|- A New Edition. New Tork printed : 
London Reprinted., By James Phillips & Son. 1798. l2mo, pp. (2), 
xiii, 293. H. -\- New Tork., printed., ajid Dublin., reprinted by John 
Gough. 1798. i2mo. + With a Supplement, "The Baptism of 
Christ." Re-printed for.^ and sold by W. Leicester., Warrington. 
1798. i2mo, pp. 281. 78287 

Scott. A Journal of the Life, Travels, and Gospel Labours 
of that Faithful Servant and Minister of Christ, Job Scott. With 
Corrections and Additions. London: William Phillips. 1815. 
Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), xix, (3), 388. -\- A "New Edition. London : 
Published by Charles Gilpin. 1843. i2mo. 78288 

For a note concerning this work see Joseph Smith's " Descriptive Catalogue of 
Friends' Books," vol. 11., p. 547. 

Scott. A Letter from a Friend in America, to Luke Howard, 
of Tottenham, near London, in which the character of our late 
Friend, Job Scott, is vindicated and defended, and his Doctrines 
shown to be consistant with Scripture and sound Reason. In 
reply to a Letter addressed by Luke Howard to the Author, [n. 
p. 1826.] 8vo, pp. 54, (i). B. 78289 

Scott. Letters from Job Scott, written, whilst in Europe, to 
his Relations and Friends, first published in America. Together 
with extracts from other of his Letters. Lofidon : Printed and sold 
by William Phillips. 1810. l2mo. 78290 

Scott. A Memoir of the Life of Job Scott : abridged from 
his Journal. Sujiderland : Printed by H. Burnett. [1842.] i2mo. 

Scott. On The Knowledge of the Lord, the only true God. 
To which is added. Remarks upon the Doctrine of Perseverance. 
By that faithful servant and minister of Christ, Job Scott. Phil- 
adelphia : Published by Emmor Kimber. 1824. 8vo, pp. viii, 68. 

Scott. The Power of Religion ; exemplified in the life, sick- 
ness, and death of Job Scott. Principally extracted from his 
Journal. ... Philadelphia. [J. R. A. Skerrett., Printer?)^ 1818. 
i2mo, pp. 16. BA. 78293 



SCOTT. 139 

Scott. A Short Testimony to the Efficacy and Sufficiency of 
the Teachings of Divine Grace, for The Salvation of all Men. 
From Job Scott's Journal, 1797. [Extracted and published by 
G. Gibson,] Printed by Darton and Harvey ... London, [n. d.] 
4to, I leaf. 7^294 

Scott. A Treatise on Church Discipline, taken principally 
from the Writings of Robert Barclay, William Penn, and Isaac 
Penington. Compiled by Job Scott. New Bedford : Printed by 
Jbraha?n Shearman^ fr. 1 805. l2mo, pp. 35. -|- Philadelphia : 
Printed by JVilliam Brown. 1824. l2mo, pp. 26. H. 78295 

Scott. The True Religion : extracted from Job Scott's 
Journal. J. Copland., Printer., Chelmsford, [n. d.J 4to, 4 leaves. 

The same as "A Short Testimony," etc. 

ScoTT. War Inconsistent w^ith the Doctrine and Example of 
Jesus Christ. In a Letter to a Friend. Recommended to the 
perusal of the Professors of Christianity. By J. Scott. Sharon., 
Conn. 1 80 1. l2mo. -|- Philadelphia. 1 804. l2mo. -j- New 
Bedford : Printed by Abraham Shearman., fr. 18 13. l2mo, pp. 31. 
-f Third Edition. London. 1818. 8vo. -^^ London. 1828. 8vo. 

ScoTT. The Works of that eminent Minister of the Gospel, 
Job Scott, late of Providence, Rhode Island. ... Philadelphia: 
Published by "John Comly ; and to be had of fohn Townsend ... or 
Elijah Weaver., Bookseller . . . Philadelphia ; and of Isaac T. Hopper 
... New York. 1831. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. viii, 534,(1); vii, (l), 

575,(1). B. 78298 

Also: Salvation by Christ ... Philadelphia: Published by Emmor Kimber, and sold by 
Isaac Pugh ... William Broivn, Printer. 1824. 8vo. + Dublin : Printed by Bentham 
and Gardiner. 1825. I2mo. ■\- Philadelphia : Published by M. T. C. Gould ... J. 
Harding, Printer. 1829. 8vo. 

Scott was born at Providence in 1751, and in the course of his labors visited almost 
every part of the United States. His account of Nevif England life, and the progress 
of religion, is very curious. 

[Scott (John), of Jmwell., b. 1730, d. 1783.] The Constitu- 
tion defended, and the Pensioner exposed ; in Remarks on "The 
False Alarm." ... London: E. and C. Dilly ... and J. Ridley. 
M.DCC.Lxx. 8vo, pp. (2), 31. 78299 

In reply to Dr. Samuel Johnson's "False Alarm," No. 36296, Vol. ix. 

Scott. The Poems of Scott, and Logan. Chiswick : From 
the Press of C. Whittingham. [1822.] l6mo, pp. (4), 268. 2 
Plates, L. 78300 



140 



SCOTT. 



The above title Is preceded by the title of the series : "The British Poets. Includ- 
ing Translations. In One Hundred Volumes, lxx. Scott. Logan. Chisiuick : Printed 
by C. JVhittingham ...for J. Carpenter [and others]. 1822." Scott's poems fill pages 
21-200, with a life of the author by R. A. Davenport on pages 7-20. "The Mexi- 
can Prophecy" is on pp. 130-136. 

ScoTT. The Poetical Works of John Scott Esq. London. 
1782. 8vo, pp. viii, 341. Plates. -|- The Second Edition. Lo7i- 
don : J. Buckland. mdcclxxxvi. 8vo, pp. (2), vi, (2), 343. 
Frontispiece, Portrait and Plates. 7^3°^ 

Includes "The Mexican Prophecy," an ode. 

[ScoTT.] Remarks on the Patriot. Including some Hints 
respecting the Americans : with an Address to the Electors of 
Great Britain. London : Richardson and Urquhart. mdcclxxv. 
8vo, pp. (2), 46. 78302 

In reply to No. 36301, Vol. ix. An answer to Dr. Johnson's "Taxation no Tyr- 
anny" is also attributed to Mr. Scott. 

ScoTT [John]. Speech of Mr. Scott ... on the Missouri 
Question. Washington. 1820. 8vo. p. 78303 

[ScoTT (John).] The Indiana Gazetteer, or Topographical 
Dictionary, containing a Description of the several Counties, 
Towns, Villages, Settlements, Roads, Lakes, Rivers, Creeks, 
Springs, &c., in the State of Indiana. Alphabetically arranged. 
Centreville. 1826. i8mo, pp. 143. 78304 

[ScoTT.] The Indiana Gazetteer, or Topographical Diction- 
ary; containing a Description of the several Counties, Towns, 
Villages, Settlements, Roads, Lakes, Rivers, Creeks, and Springs, 
in the State of Indiana. Second Edition, carefully revised, cor- 
rected, and enlarged. Indianapolis : Douglass and Maguire. 1833. 
i2mo, pp. 199, (i). B. 78305 

ScoTT (J.) Encarnacion, or the Prisoners in Mexico. Being 
an Account of their Capture, Treatment, and Travels. Also, a 
description of the Mexican People and Country, in connexion 
with the above. By John Scott, Esq., of the Kentucky Volun- 
teer Cavalry. Louisville .^ Ky. G. H. Monsarrat &" Co's. Steam 
Press. 1848. i2mo, pp. 123, and covers, 78306 

ScoTT (J.) Letters to an Officer in the Army, proposing 
Constitutional Reform in the Confederate Government after the 
close of the present War. A Supplement to "The Lost Prin- 
ciple." By John Scott of Fauquier, C. S. Army ... Richmond : 
A. Morris. 1864. 8vo, pp. 82. c. 78307 



SCOTT. 141 

[Scott.] The Lost Principle ; or the Sectional Equilibrium : 
How it was created — How destroyed — How it may be restored. 
By "Barbarossa." ... Richmond^ Va. : 'James Woodhouse & Co. 
i860. 8vo, pp. 266. 78308 

Scott. Partisan Life with Col. John S. Mosby. By Major 
John Scott, Of Fauquier, late C. S. A. ... With Portraits and 
Engravings on Wood. ... New Tork : Harper iff Brothers. 1867. 
8vo, pp. 492. Map and 3 Plates, c. -)- London: Safnpson Low. 
1867. 8vo. 78309 

Scott (J.) Extension of Ku Klux Act. Speech of Hon. 
John Scott, of Pennsylvania, in the Senate of the United States, 
May 17, 1872. [_Washington. 1872.] 8vo, pp. 16. H. 78310 

Scott. Income Tax. Speech of Hon. John Scott, of Penn- 
sylvania, delivered in the Senate of the United States, June 22 
and 23, 1870. Washington : F. and f. Rives i^ Geo. J. Bailey. 

1870. 8vo, pp. 15 B. 78311 

Scott. Income Tax. Speech of Hon. John Scott of Penn- 
sylvania in the Senate of the United States, January 25, 187 1. 
tVashington : F. iff J. Rives iff Geo. A. Bailey. 187 1. 8vo, pp. 8. 

[Scott.] Report on the alleged Outrages in the Southern 
States. By the Select Committee of the Senate. ... Washington : 
Government Printing Office. 1871. 8vo, pp. cxiv, 426. H. 

[Scott.] Testimony taken by the Joint Select Committee to 
inquire into the Condition of Affairs in the late Insurrectionary 
States. North Carolina. Washington: Government Printing Office. 
1872. 8vo, pp. xvi, 592. H. 78314 

Also: Speech ... March 22 and 23, 1871, on the Ku Klux Bill. fVashington. 

1871. 8vo. 

Scott (J. B.) An Appeal to the People, from the Decision 
of the Senate, in the Case of the Removal of the Justices of the 
Marine Court. By John B. Scott ... New York: Wm. G. Boggs. 
1840. 8vo, pp. 29. 78315 

Scott (J. F.) Brudder Bones' Book of Stump Speeches, 
and Burlesque Orations, also containing Humorous Lectures, 
Ethiopian Dialogues, Plantation Scenes, Negro Farces and Bur- 
lesques, Laughable Interludes, and Comic Recitations. Inter- 
spersed with Dutch, Irish, French, and Yankee Stories. Com- 
piled and edited by John F. Scott. New York : Dick iff Fitzge- 
rald. 1868. i2mo, pp. 188. 78316 



142 SCOTT, 

Scott (J. M.), b. 1789, d. 1858. An Address, delivered, by 
request, before the Literary Societies of Lafayette College, at 
Easton, on the Fourth of July, 1834. By John Morin Scott. 
Philadelphia: Printed by William Brown. 1834. 8vo, pp. 24. ba. 

Scott. Address to the Pennsylvania Volunteers returned 
from Mexico. Delivered July 24, 1848, at Philadelphia. By 
John M. Scott. Philadelphia. 1848. 8vo, pp. 24. 78318 

Scott. An Oration delivered before the Washington Benev- 
olent Society of Pennsylvania ; at their Third Anniversary Meet- 
ing, February 22, 18 15. By John Morin Scott, Esq. ... Phila- 
delphia: Printed at the Office of the United States' Gazette. 18 15. 
8vo, pp. 32. 78319 

ScoTT (J. W.) An Historical Sketch of the Pine Street, or 
Third Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. By John Welwood 
Scott. With an Introduction, by the Rev. T. Brainerd, Pastor. 
Philadelphia, 1837. l2mo, pp. 84. 78320 

ScoTT (J. W.) The Times, and Signs of the Times. Bac- 
calaureate Sermon, to the Graduating Class of Washington Col- 
lege, August 31, 1862, By John W. Scott, d.d. President of the 
College. Washington., Pa. : Printed at the Reporter and Tribune 
Office. 1862. 8vo, pp. 24, and covers. 78321 

Scott {Rev. Jonathan). A Brief View of the Religious 
Tenets and Sentiments lately published and spread in the Prov- 
ince of Nova Scotia ; w^hich are contained in a book entitled, 
Tvi^o Mites on some of the most important and much disputed 
points of Divinity. And in a Sermon preached at Liverpool, 
Nov. 19, 1782; and in a Pamphlet entitled, The Antitraditionist, 
all being publications of Mr. Henry AUine, with some brief Re- 
flections and Observations ; Also, a view of the ordination of the 
author of these books : together with a discourse on external 
order. ... Halifax. 1784. 8vo, pp. 334. 78322 

Scott (J.) The Conquest of the Last Enemy; or. Complete 
Victory over Death. A Discourse, delivered March 9, 1807, at 
the Funeral of the Rev. Samuel Foxcroft, a.m. late Pastor of the 
Congregational Church in New Gloucester. By Jonathan Scott, 
Pastor of the First Church in Minot. ... Ch ark stow n : Printed by 
Samuel Etheridge. 1808. 8vo, pp. 44. w. 78323 

Scott. A Sermon delivered at Hallowell, before the Maine 
Missionary Society, at their first Anniversary, June 15, 1 808. 



SCOTT. 143 

By Jonathan Scott, v.d.m. Pastor of the Fast Church in Minot. 
... Hallowell: From the Press of N. Cheever. 1808. 8vo, pp. 26. 

Scott (J. M.) Blue Lights, or the Convention. A Poem, 
in Four Cantos. By Jonathan M. Scott, Esq. ... New- Tor k : 
Charles N. Baldwin. 1817. i8mo, pp. (2), 150. + [//^/V/.] 1821. 
i8mo, pp. (2), 150. B. 78325 

Relates to the Hartford Convention. 

Scott. The Sorceress, or Salem Delivered. A Poem, in 
four cantos. By Jonathan M. Scott, Esq. ... New-Tor k : Charles 
N. Baldwin. 181 7. l8mo, pp. 120. + [Ibid.'] 1 8 18. l8mo. 

On Salem witchcraft. 

Scott (J.) A Geographical Description of Pennsylvania. By 
Joseph Scott. Philadelphia. 1806. l2mo. P. 78327 

Scott. A Geographical Description of the States of Mary- 
land and Delaware ... With a List of the Hundreds in each 
County. By Joseph Scott. ... Philadelphia: Printed by Kirnher^ 
Conrad & Co. 1807. i8mo, pp. (2), 191. 2 Maps. B., c, s. 

Scott. A Geographical Dictionary of the United States of 
North America ; containing a General Description of each State 
... By Joseph Scott ... Philadelphia : Printed by Archibald Bar- 
tram.^for Thomas Armstrong. 1805. 8vo. Map. C, H., s. 

Scott. The New and Universal Gazetteer, or Modern Geo- 
graphical Dictionary ... and wherein upwards of five hundred 
errours are corrected in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, and in 
Millar, Payne, Guthrie, Watson, Brooks, Walker, Morse, &c. ... 
By Joseph Scott. Philadelphia. 1 799-1 800. 4 vols., 8vo. s. 

Scott. The | United States | Gazetteer : | Containing an [ Au- 
thentic description | of the | Several States. | Their Situation, Ex- 
tent, Boundaries, Soil, Produce, | Climate, Population, Trade and 
Manufactures. | Together with the | Extent, Boundaries and Pop- 
ulation I of their | Respective Counties. | Also, an | Exact account | 
of the I Cities, Towns, Harbours, Rivers, Bays, Lakes, Mountains, 
&c. I Illustrated with Nineteen Maps. | By Joseph Scott. | Phila- 
delphia :\ Printed by F. and R. Bailey., at Torick's\-Head., No. 116, 
High Street. | 1795. | i2mo, pp. vi, (i), A to Bb 2 in sixes. En- 
graved title and 19 Maps. b., h. 78331 

The first Gazetteer of the United States. "When we reflect that no Gazetteer has 
ever been published of the United States, 1 may with some degree of justice say, 1 have 
trodden an unbeaten path. ... The maps I have drawn and engraved myself," etc. — 
Preface. 



144 SCOTT. 

Scott (J.) A Historical Century Sermon, delivered at Derby, 
January 24, 1841. By Rev. Joseph Scott. New Haven. 1842. 
i8mo, pp. 24. 78332 

Scott (J. M.) Our Early Times. Historical Sketch of St. 
Albans Township, by Joseph M. Scott. Newark^ Ohio. Clark 
^ King.^ Printers. 1873. 8vo, pp. 11. 7^333 

Licking County Pioneer Pamphlets, No. 8. 

Scott (J. H.) Poems. By Mrs. Julia H. Scott. Together 
with a Brief Memoir by Miss L. C. Edgarton. Boston: A. Tomp- 
kins £5" B. B. Mussey. 1843. i6mo, pp. 216. Portrait. c. 

Scott (L.) New Brunswick. Early Reminiscences: a Poem, 
by L. Scott. New York. 1864. 8vo. 7^335 

Scott (M. B.) Antiquity of the Name of Scott, with brief 
Historical Notes. A Paper read before the Western Reserve 
Historical Society, by Martin B. Scott, Cleveland, Ohio. Boston: 
David Clapp & Son. 1869. 8vo, pp. 15. 7^33^ 

Scott. The Crisis and its Demands. ... [n. p. n. d.] 8vo. 

Scott. An Early New England Marriage Dower, with Notes 
on the Lineage of Richard Scott of Providence. By Martin B. 
Scott. Boston: David Clapp ^ Son^ Printers. 1868. 8vo, pp. 9. 

From the " New England Historical and Genealogical Register." 

[ScoTT (Michael).] The Cruise of the Midge. By the Au- 
thor of "Tom Cringle's Log." In Two Volumes. ... Edin- 
burgh: Willia?n Blackwood and Sons, mdcccxxxvi. 2 vols., 8vo, 
PP- (6)? 387; (6), 452. + Edinburgh. 1853. 8vo. 78339 

The author, Michael Scott, resided in the island of Jamaica from 1806 to 1822. 
The book relates partly to the West Indies, and was originally published in " Black- 
wood's Magazine." See AUibone's Dictionary. 

Scott (M. Y.) The Deaf and Dumb; a Poem. By Moses 
Y. Scott. ... New York : "J. Seymour.^ Printer. 1 8 19. 8vo, pp. 23. 

Scott. Fatal Jest, and Other Poems, by Moses Y. Scott. 
New York: E. Bliss. 1819. i2mo, pp. 142. 78341 

Scott (N.) A Plea for the Bible in the State Reform School, 
Westboro, Mass. A Farewell Discourse, by Rev. N. Scott, a.m. 
Delivered April 27, 1862. Boston. 1862. 8vo, pp. 28. 78342 

Scott (N. N.) A Memoir of Hugh Lawson White, Judge 
of the Supreme Court of Tennessee; ... With Selections from 



SCOTT. 145 

his Speeches and Correspoiulence. Edited by Nancy N. Scott ... 
Philadelphia: y. B. Lippincott & Co. 1856. 8vo, pp. x, 455. 
Portrait. c. 78343 

Scott (O.) Address to the General Conference of the Meth- 
odist Episcopal Church, by the Rev. O. Scott, a Member of that 
body; presented during its session in Cincinnati, Ohio, May 19, 
1836. To which is added, the Speech of the Rev. Mr. Scott, 
delivered ... May 27th, 1836. New- Tor I: : H. R. Piercy^ Printer. 
1836. 8vo, pp. 24. 78344 

Scott. An Appeal to the Methodist Episcopal Church. By 
Rev. O. Scott. Part i. — Slavery and the Church ... 11. — Bible 
Argument ... in. — General Conference ... iv. — Conference 
Rights ... V. — Sundry Articles ... Boston : David H. Ela. 1838. 
8vo, pp. 156. 78345 

The covei-title reads: "No. I. 1838. The Wesleyan Antl-SIaveiy Review, con- 
taining an Appeal," etc. 

Scott. The Grounds of Secession from the M. E. Church, 
or. Book for the Times : being an Examination of her connec- 
tion with Slavery, and also of her form of government. By 
Rev. O. Scott. Revised and corrected. To which is added 
Wesley upon Slavery. New York: C. Prindle. 1848. i8mo, 
pp. 229. B. 78346 

Scott (R.) The Doctrines and Principles of the People 
called Quakers, (As exhibited by Thomas Willis,) Examined. 
By Robert Scott, Preacher of the Gospel. Poughkeepsie : Printed 
by C. C. Jdatns. 18 12. i2mo. 7^347 

For a reply see Willis (Thomas). 

Scott. A Regular Series of Chronology, from the Creation 
... to the year 5813. ... By Robert Scott, m.d. ... Poughkeepsie. 
1810. 4to, pp. 45. H. 78348 

Scott (R.) History of England during the Reign of George 
III. By Robert Scott. London. 1820-24. 6 vols., i2mo. Por- 
trait and Plates. 7^349 

" Designed as a continuation of Hume and Smollett. It has been styled the Roman 
Catholic history of its period." — Allibone. 

Scott (R.) Confession, History and Life of Robert Scott, 
executed for the Murder of Ann King. San Francisco. 1854. 
8vo, pp. 8. 78350 



146 SCOTT. 

Scott (R. E.) Speech of Robert E. Scott of Fauquier, on 
certain Resolutions touching the action of Congress on the subject 
of Slavery. Delivered in the House of Delegates of Virginia, on 
the iith day of January, 1849. Kichmond : Printed by Shepherd 
and Colin. 1849. ^v°? PP- ^4* ^- 7^35^ 

Scott (R, K.) Defence of Lieut. Robert B. Riell, presented 
and read October 5, 1857, ^7 ^^^ Counsel, Robert K. Scott, Esq., 
before the Naval Court of Inquiry ... convened at Washington 
... Washington. 1857. ^^°5 PP- ^1 •> (^)' ^- 7^352 

Scott. Message of Robert K. Scott, Governor of South 
Carolina, to the General Assembly, Second Session, November, 
1868. Columbia., S. C. : John W. Denny. 1 868. 8vo, pp. 139. 

Scott (R. W.) An Address delivered at the request of the 
Franklin Temperance Society. By Robert W. Scott. Frankfort., 
Ky. 1829. 8vo. p. 78354 

Scott (S.) A Diary of some Religious Exercises and Expe- 
rience of Samuel Scott, late of Hartford, deceased. ... London: 
Printed and sold by William Phillips. 1 809. l2mo. -f- The Sec- 
ond Edition. \_Ibid.~\ 1811. l2mo. -{-Philadelphia. 1811. l2mo. 

Contains an account of his travels in England and America. Also reprinted in the 
Friends' Library, vol. ix., Philadelphia, 1845. 

[Scott (Sarah).] The Man of Real Sensibility ; or the His- 
tory of Sir George Ellison. Philadelphia : 'James Hurnphreys., jun- 
ior. 1774. 78356 

Title from Hildeburn. 

[Scott (Thomas), of Utrecht.'\ The | Belgicke | Pismire : | 
Stinging the slothful! Sleeper, | And | Awaking the Diligent [ to j 
Fast, Watch, Pray; | And | Worke Ovt Their Owne | Temporal! 
and Eternal! Salvation | vi^ith | Feare and Trembling. | Prov. 30. 25. 
I The Pismires are a people not strong, yet prepare they their | 
meate in Summer. | Printed at London. 1622. | 4to, pp. (12), 99, 
(i). A in four, aa in two, b-n in fours, and o in two. B. 78357 

There are two editions in the British Museum of this date and size. The work 
contains several references to America. 

[Scott.] The Belgicke Pismire ; stinging the slothful! Sleeper 
and awaking the diligent to fast, watch and pray; ... Whereunto 
is added the Projector ... \_London?^^ 1623. 8vo. bm. 78358 

Title from the British Museum catalogue, where it is entered under the author's 
name, which appears perhaps in this edition. Lowndes gives a title thus: "The second 
Edition, to which is added, The Projector, teaching a direct, sure and ready way to 



SCOTT. 147 

restore the decayes of church and state, delivered in a Sermon before the Judges in 
Norwich, 1620. London. 1623. l2mo." 

[Scott.] The | Belgick | Sovldier: | Dedicated to the | Parlia- 
ment I Or, I Warre was a Blessing. | Printed at Dort. \ 1624. | 410, 
pp. (2), 47. A in three, b-f in fours, and G in two. ba., bm. 

[Scott.] The Belgick-Souldier ; Warre was a blessing. 
\_Dort.'] 1624. 8vo. BM. 78360 

Without pagination. Title from the British Museum catalogue. 

[Scott.] Certaine Reasons and Argvments of Policie, why 
the King of England should hereafter giue over all further 
Treatie, and enter into warre with the Spaniard, [n. p.] Printed 
M. DC XXIV. 4to, 15 leaves, a and B in fours, A (repeated) in 
four, and Aa in three. bm. 78361 

[Scott.] A Choice Narrative of Count Gondamar's Trans- 
actions During His Embassy in England. By that Renowned 
Antiquary, Sir Robert Cotton, Knight and Baronet. Exposed to 
publick Light, for the Benefit of the whole Nation. By a Per- 
son of Honour. London^ Printed for fohn Gerfield ... 1659. 4to, 
20 leaves, a-e in fours, the title on a2. Portrait, bm. 78362 

A reprint of Scott's "Vox Popvli," first published anonymously in 1620. The por- 
trait of Count Gondomar was engraved by Pass, And to be sould by Thomas Jenner. 
"The person of honour appears to have been John Rowland, Rector of Footscray in 
Kent, who dedicates the tract to Sir William Pastons. But he was not perhaps aw^are 
that it had been printed as early as 1620, under the title oi Vox Populi, &c., and was 
not by Cotton at all." — Hazlitt. Reprinted again in 1679, for which see "A Narra- 
tive," No. 78366, infra. The book contains several references to America. 

[Scott.] An | Experimentall | Discoverie of | Spanish Practises 
I Or I The Covnsell of a | well-wishing Souldier, for the good of| 
his Prince and State. | Wherein | is manifested from known | experi- 
ence, both the Cruelty, and Policy of the | Spaniard, to effect his 
own ends. | Chiefly | Swelling with multiplicity of glorious titles, as 
one I of the greatest Monarchs of the earth, that being admired 
of I all, his greatnesse might amaze all, and so by degrees | seeking 
covertly to tyrannize over all. When | as indeed and truth, the 
greatest part | of his pretended Greatnesse is but a | windy crack 
of an ambiti-| ous minde, I \^London?^ Printed^ Anno, 1623.] 4to, 
title, and pp. 54. A— G in fours, and H in two, the first and last 
leaves blank. L. 78363 

The book relates partly to America. The following is a supplement : 

[Scott.] A Second | Part of Spanish | Practises. | Or, | A Rela- 
tion of More | Particular wicked plots, and cruel!, in | humane, 



148 SCOTT. 

perfidious, and vnnaturall | practises of the Spaniards. | With, | 
More Excellent reasons of greater consequence, de-|liuered to 
the Kings Maiesty to dissolue the two trea-|ties both of the 
Match and the Pallatinate, | and enter into Warre with the | Span- 
iards. I Wherevnto | Is Adioyned a Worthy Ora-jtion Appropri- 
ated, vnto the most Mighty and Illu-|strious Princes of Christen- 
dome, wherein the right and | lawfulnesse of the Netherlandish 
warre against Phillip | King of Spayne is approued and | demonstra- 
ted. |...| \_London?^ Printed. M. DC xxiv. | 4to, 23 unnumbered 
leaves. Sig. A in three, and b-f in fours. L. 78364 

The oration ends on the verso of sig. D4 with " Finis." On the next page begins, 
"An Adioynder of Svndry Other Particvlar Wicked Plots and Cruell, Inhumane, Per- 
fidious ; yea, Vnnaturall practises of the Spaniards," which fills seven leaves, and is 
signed at the end " S. O." The final leaf contains a prayer in ten lines, and the word 
"Finis," verso blank. See Hazlitt's "Collections and Notes," i. 396, where a copy is 
described with the words, " Written by Tho. Wood," in a contemporary hand on the 
title. 

ScoTT. The I High- Wales | of God And | The King. | Wherein 
all men ovght | to walke in hollnesse here, to | happinesse here- 
after. I Deliuered in two Sermons preached | at Thetford in Nor- 
folke, I Anno 1620. [By Thomas Scot Batchelor in Diuinity. | ... | 
Printed at London. 1623.] 4to, pp. 88. a-l in fours, bm., w. 

One of the sermons is a reprint of "The Projector," No. 78368, infra. 

[ScoTT.] A Narrative of the Wicked Plots carried on by 
Seignior Gondamore for advancing the Popish Religion and 
Spanish Faction. Heartily recommended to all Protestants, by 
Richard Dugdale, Gent. ... London^ Printed 1679. Folio, pp. 
16. BM. 78366 

A reprint of Scott's " Vox Populi," originally published in 1 620. See also No* 
78362, supra. The editor, Richard Dugdale, seems to insinuate in his introduction' 
that his edition was published from a manuscript. The book contains several references 
to America. This edition was reprinted in the " Harleian Miscellany," vol. viii. 
(1810), pp. 231-249. 

[ScoTT.] Newes from Pernassvs. The Politicall Touch- 
stone, Taken From Mount Pernassus : Whereon the Govern- 
ments of the greatest Monarchies of the World are touched. 
Printed at Helicon [^Utrecht?']. 1622. 4to, 48 leaves. A-M in 
fours. BM. 78367 

ScoTT. The I Proiector. I Teaching a Direct, Svre, |and ready 
way to restore the decayes of [ the Church and State both in | 
Honour and Revenue. | Deliuered in a Sermon | before the Judges 
in Norwich, at Summer [ Assises there holden, | Anno 1620.] By 
Thomas Scot Batchelor in Diuinity. | ... | Printed at London. 1623. | 



SCOTT. 149 

4to, pp. (6), 39. A-F in fours,' the first leaf blank, bm., w. + 
[Another edition. London?~\ 1623. 8vo. BM. 78368 

[Scott.] Robert Earle of Essex His Ghost, Sent from Eli- 
zian : To the Nobility, Gentry, and Commvnaltie of England. 
Virtutum Comes Invidia. Printed in Paradise. 1624. 4to, 18 
leaves, a-d in fours and E in two. bm. -j- [Another edition.] 
Printed in Paradise. 162^. 4to. BM. 78369 

In two parts, each with a separate title-page and pagination, but with continuous sig- 
natures. The second part is entitled : A Postscript, or a Second Part of Robert Earle 
of Essex his Ghost. To the Nobility, Gentry, and Communalty of England. Printed 
in Paradise. 1642 [/. e. 1624]. This division, which is partly in verse, contains refer- 
ences to the Spanish cruelties in America, as described in the works of Las Casas. Re- 
printed in the " Harleian Miscellany," vol. in. (1809), pp. 504-519; and in the 
Somers Tracts, vol. 11. (1809), pp. 596—608. 

[Scott.] Sir Walter Rawleighs Ghost. 1626. 5^^ Vol. xvi., 
No. 67586. 

[Scott.] Symmachia : Or, A True-Loves Knot. Tyed, 
betwixt Great Britaine, and the Vnited Prouinces, by the wise- 
dome of King lames, and the States Generall ... for the Weale 
and Peace of Christendome. \_Utrecht? 1624?] 4to, 18 leaves. 
A-D in fours, and E in two, besides the title and first blank leaf, 
and including a blank leaf at the end. BM. 78370 

[Scott.] A | Tongve-Combat, | lately happening Be-|tvveene 
two English Souldiers in the | Tilt-boat of Grauesend, | The one 
going to serve | the King of Spaine, the other to serue | the States 
Generall of the Vnited Provinces. | Wherein the Cause, Course, 
and Continuance of those | Warres is debated and declared. | Pro 
Aris & Yoc\s.\ Printed at London. 1623.] 4to, pp. (8), 104. A-o 
in fours. ba. 78371 

[Scott,] Votivae Angliae : Or, The Desires and Wishes of 
England. Contayned in a Patheticall Discourse, presented to the 
King, on New-yeares Day last. Wherein are unfolded and rep- 
resented manie strong Reasons and ... motives to perswade his 
Majestie to drawe his Royall Sword, for the restoration of the 
Pallatynat and Electorat, to his Sonne in Lawwe Prince Frede- 
ricke ... Written by S. R. N. I. Printed at Vtrecht. MDCXXiiii. 
4to- BM. 78372 

Without pagination. 

[Scott.] Votivae Angliae : | Or, | The Desires ] and Wishes | of 
England. | Contained in a Patheticall Discourse, presented | to the 
King on New-yeares | Day last. | Wherein are unfolded and repre- 

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sented many strong Rea-|sons and true and solide motiues to 
perswade his Ma- 1 jestie to drawe his Royall Sword, for the 
restoring of the | Pallatynat, and Electorat, to his Sonne in Law | 
Prince Fredericke, to his onely Daughter the Lady | Elizabeth, 
and their Princely issue. | Against | The Treacherovs Vsvrpa- 1 tion, 
and formidable Ambition and Power] of the Emperour, the King 
of Spaine, and the] Duke of Bavaria, who unjustlie possesse | and 
detaine the same. | Together with some Aphorismes returned 
(with I a Large interest) to the Pope in Answer | of his. | Written 
by S. R. N. \.\ Printed at Vtrecht \London?\ MDCXXllll. | 4to, 
22 leaves. * in four, a-d in fours, and E in two. ba., bm. 

This edition differs very slightly from the preceding, according to the British Museum 
catalogue. 

[ScoTT.] Vox Coeli, Or, Newes from Heaven. Of a Con- 
svltation there held by the High and mighty Princes, King Hen. 
8. King Edw. 6, Prince Henry, Queene Mary, Queene Eliza- 
beth, and Queene Anne. Wherein Spaines ambition and treach- 
eries to most Kingdomes and free Estates in Evrope, are vnmaskd 
and truly represented, but more perticularly towards England, and 
now ... especially vnder the'^pretended match of Prince Charles, 
with the Infanta Dona Maria. Whereunto is annexed two Let- 
ters written by Queene Mary from Heauen, the one to Count 
Gondomar, the Ambassadour of Spaine, the other to all the Ro- 
mane Catholiques of England. Written by S. R. N. L Printed 
in Elesiwn. 1624. 4to, 36 leaves, a-i in fours. bm. 78374 

This work contains a section on "The West Indies, or New Spaine," and many other 
references to America. Reprinted in the Somers Tracts, vol. ii. (1809), pp. 555—596. 

[ScoTT.] Vox Coeli, | Or | Newes from | Heaven. | Of a Con- 
sultation there held by the high | and mighty Princes, King Hen. 
8. King Edw. 6, Prince | Henry, Queene Mary, Queene Eliza- 
beth, and Queene Anne, | wherein Spaines ambition and trecheries 
to most Kingdoms and free] Estates of Evrope, are vnmasked and 
truly represented, but more | particularly towards England, and 
now more especially vnder | the pretended match of Prince Charles 
with the I Infanta Dona Maria. | Whereunto is annexed two Letters 
written I by Queene Mary from Heauen, the one to Count [Gon- 
domar, the Ambassadour of Spaine, the] other to all the Romane 
Catholiques | of England. | Written by S. R. N. 1. 1 Printed in Eli- 
sium. 1624. 1 8vo, 9 prel. leaves, pp.92, a in four, ^ in four, 
* in two, B— M in fours. bm., h. 78375 

[ScoTT.] Vox Popvli. I Or| Newes from Spayne, | translated 
according to the Spanish Coppie. | Which may serve to forewarn 



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both England | and the United Provinces how farre | to trust to 
Spanish pretences. [ [^GorcumF'\ Imprinted in the year e 1620. | 4to, 
14 leaves. A-c in fours, and D in two. B., ba., bm. + [An- 
other edition.] Imprinted in the yeare 1620. 4to, 13 leaves, bm. 
-\- [Another edition.] Imprinted in the yeare 1620. 4to. BM. 

Of these three editions in the British Museum, two are printed in black letter, one 
of which contains an address to the reader (not in the other editions), and has a por- 
trait of Scott prefixed. The book contains several references to the West Indies and to 
America in general. It was suppressed by the royal authority, as we learn from the 
introduction to "Vox Coeli " (Nos. 78374-75, supra). Reprinted in the collected edi- 
tion of Scott's works (Nos. 78378-79, infra), in 1659 as "A Choice Narrative ... by 
... Sir Robert Cotton" (No. 78362, supra), and again anonymously in 1679, edited by 
Richard Dugdale, as "A Narrative" (No. 78366, supra). Also reprinted in the Somers 
Tracts, vol. 11. (1809), pp. 508-524. 

[Scott.] The Second Part of Vox Popvli. | Or | Gondomar 
appearing in the likenes of | Matchiauell in a Spanish Parliament, | 
wherein are discouered his treacherous & subtile Practises | To 
the ruine as well of England, as the Netherlandes. | Faithfully 
Translated out of the Spanish Coppie by a well-wilier | to Eng- 
land and Holland. I P;7«/^(^ at Goricoyn by Ashuerus Jansz. 1624.] 
4to, pp. (6), 60. A-H in fours (including a blank leaf at the end), 
and another a in two leaves inserted between the title and A2 of 
the text. B., BA. + The second edition. Printed at Goricom by 
Ashuerus yansz. 1624. 4to. BM. 78377 

The title is engraved on copper, and contains a full-length portrait of Gondomar 
"The Epistle Dedicatorie" to Frederick and Elizabeth of Bohemia is on the two leaves 
following (marked A and A2), signed T. S. of U. There are two copperplate engrav- 
ings in the text, the first on page i representing the Spanish Parliament, and the other 
on page 54 of the true portraits of the English Jesuits and Priests. At the end on page 
60 are the initials of T. S. The book contains references to America. It was reprinted 
in the fourth number of J. Morgan's " Phcenix Britannicus," London, 1732. 

[Scott.] Vox Popvli. Vox Dei. Vox Regis. Digitvs Dei. 
The Belgick Pismire. The Tongve-Combat. Symmachia Or, 
The Trve-Loves Knot. The High-Wayes of God and the 
King. The Proiector. [^London? 1622-24.] 4to. bm. 78378 

Collation : General title as above on i leaf; portrait of the author on I leaf; preface 
to the reader in 3 leaves, signed " Thom : Scott;" Vox Popvli (Part I only), without 
a separate title, in 16 leaves (B-E in fours); Vox Dei, half-title and explanation of the 
frontispiece on i leaf, plate containing 13 portraits on i leaf, errata on I leaf, To the 
Reader in 4 leaves, and the text in 43 leaves (A-L in fours, besides the preliminary 
leaves, and including a blank leaf at the end) ; Vox Regis, half-title and explanation 
of the frontispiece on i leaf, plate on i leaf of King James sitting in Parliament, To 
the Reader in 3 leaves, and the text in 37 leaves (A-I in fours, and K in two, besides 
the preliminary leaves, and including a blank leaf at the end) ; Digitvs Dei, half-title 
on I leaf. To the Reader on 1 leaf, and the text in 22 leaves (A-F in fours, and G in 
two, including a blank leaf at the front and another at the end) ; The Belgicke Pismire 
... Printed at London, 1622, title on I leaf, To the true-hearted British Readers in 5 
leaves, and the text in 50 leaves (A In four, aa in two, B-N in fours, and O in two) ; 



152 



SCOTT. 



A Tongve-Combat ... Printed at London, 1623, title and 54 leaves of text (A— O in 
fours, including a blank leaf at the end); Symmachia, [n. p. n. d.], title on I leaf 
with a blank leaf before it, and the text in 17 leaves (A-D in fours, and E in two, 
besides the title and first blank leaf, and including a blank leaf at the end); The High- 
Waies of God and the King ... Printed at London, 1623, title and 43 leaves of text 
(A-L in fours); The Proiector ... Printed at London, 1623, title and 22 leaves of text 
(A-F in fours, including a blank leaf at the front). 

This is a collection of Scott's separately printed tracts with a general title and preface 
prefixed. The first piece, "Vox Popvli," was reprinted for this edition, but most of the 
others appear to be the same editions that were first issued separately. All except the 
first four are described under their respective titles, supra. The portrait of the author, 
engraved by C. de Pas, is inscribed, "Thomas Scottvs Geographvs et Theologvs Ang- 
Ivs," with the following verses below : 

" Quje Draco, quave Magellanus potuere Britannis 
Praestare, hie Scottvs praestitit ingenio." 

ScoTT. The Workes of the most famous and reverend Di- 
vine Mr. Thomas Scot, Batcheler in Divinitie. Sometimes 
Preacher in Norwich. Pr'nited at Utrick., 1.624. 4^°' 7^379 

Contents : Vox Populi, or Newes from Spayne, 1 620 ; The second Part of Vox 
Populi, with full-length portrait of Count Gondomar, and plate of the Devil over- 
looking "the Spanishe Parliament," Goricom, 1624; Vox Dei, with the rare plate of 
Christ supporting the Royal Family of Great Britain [n. d.] ; Vox Regis, with the 
scarce frontispiece [n. d.] ; Digitus Dei [n. d.] ; The Belgicke Pismire, 1622; A 
Tongue-Combat, 1623 ; Symmachia, or a True-Loves Knot [n. d.]; The High-Waies 
of God and the King, 1623; The Projector, 1623; Newes from PcrmLHus, printed at 
Helicon, 1622; Experimentall Discoverie of Spanish Practises, 1623; A Second Part 
of Spanish Practises, printed 1624; Vox Cceli, or Newes from Heaven, printed in 
Elisium, 1624; Votiva? Angliae, or the Desires and Wishes of England, Utrecbt, 1624; 
Englands Joy for Suppressing the Papists and Banishing the Priests and Jesuites, 1624; 
The Spaniards perpetuall Designes to an universall Monarchie, 1624; Aphorismes of 
State, printed at Utrecbt, 1624; Certaine Reasons and Arguments of Policie why the 
King of England should hereafter give over all further Treatie, and enter into Warre 
with the Spaniard, 1624; Briefe Information of the Affaires of the Palatinate, 1624; 
The Belgick Souldier, Don, 1624; Boanerges, or the Humble Supplication of the 
Ministers of Scotland to the High Court of Parliament in England, Edinburgh, 1624; 
Robert Earl of Essex, his Ghost, sent from Elizian to the Nobility, Gentry and Com- 
munaltie of England, printed in Paradise, 1624; A Post-Script, or a Second Part of 
Robert Earle of Essex his Ghost, printed in Paradise, i 642 [/. e. i 624] ; Speech in the 
Lower House by Sir E. Cicell Colonell, 1624. 

This "extraordinary collection of twenty-five scarce and secretly printed Tracts in one 
volume, with the very rare portrait by C. de Pas and a general title page ... which is 
probably unique, as no other copy is known with it," bound in morocco, super extra, gilt 
edges, with the arms of P. A. Hanrot stamped in gold on the sides, was sold with the 
library of the Rev. Samuel Prince, m.a., of Bonsall, Derbyshire, by auction, by Messrs. 
Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, in London, nth December, 1865, and three following 
days. No. 1082 of the catalogue, for £9. Lowndes mentions a copy, perhaps the same 
one, as having been sold with the library of Dr. Bandinel at Sotheby's, in London, 
August, 1 861, for £7. 

Scott (T. P.) "Authority and Free Will." A Lecture 
delivered before the Catholic Institute of Baltimore, Wednesday, 
February nth, 1863, by T. Parkin Scott. Baltimore: Kelly. 
1863. 8vo, pp. 10, 78380 



SCOTT. 



'53 



[Scott.] The Crisis. New Tork^ December^ i860. 8vo, 
pp. 7. 7^3^i 

Scott (W.) Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft, 
addressed to J. G. Lockhart, Esq. By Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 
London: John Murray^ Albemarle Street. MDCCCXXX. l8mo, pp. 
(4), ix, 402. Frontispiece. L. 78382 

Murray's Family Library, vol. 67. A brief account of the Salem witchcraft is given 
in Letter viii. To some copies is appended: "Twelve Sketches illustrative of Sir 
Walter Scott's Demonology and Witchcraft, by George Cruikshank. London : Pub- 
lished for the Artist, by y. Robins and Co. I-vy Lane, Paternoster Row. 1830." l8mo, 
title, 12 Plates, and 12 leaves of descriptive text. l. 

Other editions : Ne-w York: Harper and Brothers. 1 8 30. l8mo. 

Second Edition. London: John Murray. 1831. l8mo. 

New York: Harper & Brothers. 1836. l8mo, pp. 338. 

Neiu York: Harper & Brothers. 1842. l8mo. 

Neiv York: Harper & Brothers. 1848. l8mo, pp. 338. 

London: William Tegg. 1856. l8mo. 

Neiu York: Harper & Brothers. 1858. i8mo, pp. 338. Frontispiece. 

Neiu York: Harper and Brothers, [n. d.] l8mo. 

Scott. Demonology and Witchcraft. By Sir Walter Scott, 
Bart, Illustrated with six full-page steel engravings, by Geo. 
Cruikshank. London: Will'umi Tegg. 1868. l8mo, pp. (4), ix, 
396. 7 Plates. L. 78383 

Scott (Walter), pseudon. The Lay of the Scottish Fiddle. 
See [Paulding (J. K.)], Vol. xiv.. No. 59202. 

Scott (W.) O Tempora ! O Mores ! Or, the Best New- 
Year's Gift for a Prime Minister, being the Substance of two 
Sermons Preached in a few small Churches only, and published 
at the repeated request of the Congregations, By the Rev. Will- 
iam Scott, M.A. Late Scholar of Eton. Dedicated to Lord 
North. N.B. The Pulpit was refused at eight City Churches, 
a 1000 copies ordered before sent to Press and 200 more by a 
Gentleman for one of our North American Colonies. London. 
1774. 8vo. 78384 

Scott. O Tempora ! O Mores ! | Or | The best New Year's 
Gift I for a I Prime Minister, | Being the Substance of two Sermons 
preached at a | few small Churches only, and published at the | 
repeated Request of the Congregations, | By the Rev. William 
Scott, M.A. I Late Scholar of Eton, | Dedicated to Lord North. | 
The Pulpit was refused at eight of the most capital Churches] in 
London. | Philadelphia : | Reprinted and sold by Benjamin Tovune. \ 
MDCCLXxiv. I 8vo, pp. xii, 20. p. 78385 



154 SCOTT. 

Scott. O Tempora ! O Mores ! or the best New Year's 
Gift for a Prime Minister ... Norwich^ Conn. 1774. i2mo. + 
Norwich. I'J'jd. 8vo, pp. 32. 78386 

Scott. O Tempora ! O Mores ! or the Best New Year's 
Gift for a Prime Minister. A Sermon ... By the Rev. William 
Scott .... Sixth Edition. With large Additions and Alterations 
both in the Dedication and Sermon, occasioned by the Ingenuity, 
amazing Dexterity, and Humane Proceedings of a Scotch Minis- 
try towards the Dreadful Confusion, Distresses, Massacre and 
Carnage, now Rioting in America. London. 1775. 8vo, pp. xx, 
28. 78387 

Scott (W.) Lessons in Elocution : or a Selection of Pieces, 
in Prose and Verse, for the Improvement of Youth in Reading 
and Speaking. By William Scott. First Hartford Edition. 
Hartford. 1795. i2mo. + With Elements of Gesture. New 
York. 1799. i2mo. 4 Plates. + To this Edition are prefixed 
Elements of Gesture. Illustrated by Four Elegant Plates ; and 
Rules for Expressing ... the various passions and emotions of the 
mind. The Eighth American Edition. Worcester., {^Massachu- 
setts) Printed by Mower & Greenleaf For Isaiah Thomas. 1800. 
i2mo, pp. 436. 4 Plates, w. + Twelfth American Edition. 
Worcester., Massachusetts : Isaiah Thomas., Jun. 1803. l2mo, pp. 
406. 4 Plates. -|- Thomas's Second Edition. Stockbridge : Isaiah 
Thomas., Jun. 1808. i2mo, pp. 406. + Thomas's Third Edi- 
tion. With great improvements and corrections. Boston : Pub- 
lished by Isaiah Thomas., J^^- ^- Cheever., Printer., Hallowell. 181 1. 
i2mo, pp. 407. w. -f- Thomas's Fourth Edition. Boston: Isaiah 
Thomas., Jun. 1 8 14. l2mo, pp. 407. 4 Plates. -{-Leicester: 
Printed by Hori Brown. 18 15. l2mo, pp. 407. 4 Plates. -|- 
Leicester. 18 17. l2mo. 4 Plates. -\- Montpelier.,Vt. : E. P.& 
G.S.Walton. 1818. i2mo, pp. 383. 4 Plates. + First Mid- 
dletown, from the Fifth Hartford Edition. Middletown : Thomas 
Spencer., Jr. 18 18. l2mo, pp. 388. -\- Montpelier, Vt.: E. P. 
Walton. 1820. l2mo, pp. 407. 4 Plates. + Concord., N. H. 
Printed by Hill arid Moore. 1820. l2mo, pp. 384. 4 Plates. + 
Boston Edition : Lincoln i^ Edmands. 1 8 20. i2mo, pp. 360. -j- 
Plymouth., Mass.: E%r a Collier. 1825. l2mo, pp. 372. 4 Plates. 
-]- Fourteenth American Edition. Hartford: Lincoln & Co. 
18 — ? l2mo, pp. 382, 4 Plates. -{-Philadelphia. 1849. l2mo. 

A reprint of an English work. The later American editions contain extracts from 
the speeches of William Wirt, John Randolph, Patrick Henry, and others. 



SCOTT. 155 

Scott (W.) Letters on Superior Education, in its relation to 
the progress and permanency of Wesleyan Methodism. By Rev. 
William Scott. Toronto, i860. 8vo, pp. 70. 7^389 

Scott. The Principles of Strict Temperance .... A Dis- 
course delivered By the Rev. William Scott, before the Amherst, 
burgh and Sandwich Total-Abstinence Societies. Detroit. 1840- 
i2mo, pp. 20. M. 78390 

Scott (W. A[nderson]), h. 1813, ^. 1885. The Church in 
the Army; or, the Four Centurions. ... By Rev. Wm. A. Scott, 
D.D. New York: Carleton. mdccclxii. i2mo, pp. 443. c. 

Scott. Discourse on the Character, Life, Genius, and Death 
of Daniel Webster ... \New Orleans. 1852.] 8vo. B. 78392 

Scott. Documents relating to certain Calumnies against the 
Hon. Henry Clay. By W. A. Scott, d.d. New Orleans., May., 
1845. 8vo. 78393 

ScoTT. The Duty of Praying for our Rulers ; A Discourse, 
delivered in ... New Orleans, ... 21st May, 1843. By the Rev. 
W. A. Scott, A.M. ... New Orleans: Toy., Printer. 1843. 8vo, 
pp. 38. 78394 

ScoTT. The Education we Want. A Discourse, pronounced 
on the Twenty-third of November, 1844, Before the Board or 
Directors of the Public Schools, of Municipality Number Two, 
By their Request, at the Dedication of the Franklin School 
House. By W. A. Scott, d.d. Neiv Orleans: Printed by Besan- 
con^ Ferguson & Co. 1845. ^vo^ pp. 28. 7^395 

Scott. Emigration of Free and Emancipated Negroes to 
Africa. An Address delivered at the Annual Meeting of the 
Louisiana State Colonization Society, in the Presbyterian Church 
on Lafayette Square, March the 7th, 1850, and repeated at the 
request of the same Society in Lyceum Hall, Sunday evening, the 
19th Dec, 1852, by Rev. W. A. Scott, d.d. ... New Orleans: 
Printed at the Office of the Picayune. 1853. 8vo, pp. 16, and 
covers. L. 78396 

Scott. The House of God : A Discourse delivered at the 
request of the Officers of the Second Presbyterian Church ... 
Mobile, Ala., the 21st Nov. 1844, on the occasion set apart for 
laying the Corner Stone of their House of Worship. By Rev. 
W. A. Scott, d.d. ... New Orleans: William H. Toy. 1845. 
8vo, pp. 40. B. 78397 



156 SCOTT. 

Scott. A Lecture delivered before the Mercantile Library 
Association of San Francisco, on the Influence of Great Cities, 
... June 16, 1854. By Rev. Dr. Scott, of New Orleans. ... 
San Francisco: Whitton^ Towne ^ Co., Printers. 1854. 8vo, pp. 
33- B. 78398 

Scott. Progress of Civil Liberty. A Thanksgiving-Dis- 
course, ... New Orleans ... 9th Dec. 1847. ••• ^X Rev. W. A. 
Scott, D.D. New Orleans. 1848. l2mo, pp. 23. M. 78399 

Scott. Trade and Letters : their Journeyings round the 
World. Three Discourses delivered before the Mercantile Li- 
brary Association of San Francisco. ... By W. A. Scott, d.d. ... 
New Tork: Robert Carter & Brothers. 1856. l2mo, pp. 168, (l). 

[Scott (William B.)] Essays on Taxation and Reconstruc- 
tion. By "Diversity." New Tork: C. B. Richardson. 1865. 
8vo, pp. 22. + \_Ibid.'] 1866. 8vo, pp. 22. 78401 

Scott (W. K.) An Address delivered at Union-Village, De- 
cember 7, 1831, before the Washington Co. Temperance Society ; 
By Dr. William K. Scott. ... Sandy-Hill., N. T. : Printed at the 
Temperance Advocate Office. 1832. 8vo, pp. 19. w. 78402 

Scott [Winfield], b. 1786, d. 1866. Abstract of a Corre- 
spondence with the Executive, relative to the Rank or Command 
of Major-Generals Scott and Macomb, [n. p. 1828.] 8vo, pp. 

60. BA. 78403 

Scott. Chippewa Club Ausgabe. Kurze Lebensbeschrei- 
bung des General-Majors Winfield Scott. ... Philadelphia : King 
l^ Baird. [1852?] 8vo, 8 leaves. Woodcuts. H. 78404 

Scott. Evening Post Documents. — No. i. Correspondence 
between General Winfield Scott and the Secretaries of War, 
William L. Marcy and Peter B. Porter. \New Tork.'] 1846. 
8vo, pp. 7. H. 78405 

Scott. General Scott and his Staff: comprising Memoirs of 
... Distinguished Officers attached to General Scott's Army ... 
and other Officers distinguished in the conquest of California and 
New Mexico ; interspersed with Anecdotes of the Mexican War 
... Philadelphia: Grigg, Elliot ^ Co. 1848. l2mo, pp. 224. Por- 
taits. 78406 

Contains memoirs of Generals Scott, Twiggs, Smith, Quitman, Shields, Pillow, and 
others. 



SCOTT. 



157 



Scott. Gen. Scott's Correspondence with Hon. W. L. 
Marcv, Secretary of War under President Polk. \_lVashington ? 
1848.] 8vo, pp. 16. s. 78407 

Scott. Illustrated Edition. Life and Achievements of Gen. 
Winfield Scott, the Celebrated Statesman, General, and Pacifica- 
tor. Containing an authentic account of his Early Life and Mili- 
tary Career, including a minute account of his brilliant career in 
Mexico. New York. 1852. 8vo, pp. 63, (1). 78408 

Scott. Illustrated Life of General Winfield Scott, Com- 
mander-in-Chief of the Army in Mexico. Illustrated by D. H. 
Strother. New York: A. S. Barnes & Co. 1847. l2mo, pp. 144. 

Scott. Incidents taken from Mansfield's Life of General 
Scott. Life of General Winfield Scott, Commander of the 
United States Army. To which is added a Sketch of the Life 
of Hon. Wm. A. Graham. With illustrations. Nezu York: 
Published by A. S. Barnes ^ Co. Boston : Redding ^ Co. — Phila- 
delphia : Peterson ^" Co. Baltimore: Burgess., Taylor .,13 Co. — Cincin- 
nati: H. IV. Derby & Co. — Neiu Orleans: J. B. Steel. And sold by 
Booksellers gonerally. 1852. l2mo, pp. 202. 78410 

Scott. Infantry-Tactics ; or Rules for the Exercise and 
Manoeuvres of the United States Infantry. By Major-Gen. 
Scott. Washington. 1835. i2mo. + New Edition. New York. 
1854. 3 vols., l8mo. -\- New York : Harper isf Brothers. 1861. 
3 vols., l8mo, pp. 202, 44, 21; 228, 47-119; 209, 123-181. 
64 Plates. 7841 1 

Scott. Interesting Biographical Sketch of the Lilliputian 
King known as Winfield Scott. Second Edition. New York. 
1854. 8vo. N. jS^ii 

Scott. [Leben General Scott's. New York. 1852.''] 8vo, 
pp. 32. Woodcuts. H. 78413 

ScoTT. Letter to the Secretary of War ; or. Review of the 
Controversy on a question of rank, between Generals Scott and 
Gaines. \_Nezv York. 1827.] 8vo, pp. 88. s. 78414 

See also Vol. x., No. 40543. 

ScoTT. ... The Life and Military Character of Maj. Gen. 
Scott, Illustrated with Numerous Anecdotes and Spirited Engrav- 
ings. Together with his Views upon the Principal Moral, Social 
and Political Topics of the Age. With full Particulars of the 



158 SCOTT. 

Surrender of the Castle and City of Vera Cruz. Boston: "John B. 
Hall. 1847. 8vo, pp. 36. -\- New York : S. French. 1847. 8vo, 
pp. 36. 78415 

Scott. Life and Public Services of Winfield Scott. Phila- 
delphia. 1852. i2mo. BM. 78416 

Scott. Life of General Scott. Nexv York. [1852?] 8vo, 
pp. 32. M. + [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 32. 78417 

Scott. Memoirs of Lieut. -General Scott, ll.d. Written 
by Himself. In two volumes. ... New York: Sheldon l^ Company. 
1864. 2 vols., i2mo, pp. (2), xxii, 330, Portrait; (4), 331-653, 
Portrait. + \Jbid7\ 1865. 2 vols., i2mo. 78418 

Two hundred and fifty copies were printed on large paper in royal octavo size. 

ScoTT. ... Message ... communicating, ... the correspond- 
ence of Lieutenant General Scott, [i860.] See Vol. xii.. No. 
48132. 

Scott. Political Letters and Writings of Maj. Gen. Win- 
field Scott, Review^ed, Discussed and Compared, [n. p. 1848.] 
8vo pp. 24. 78419 

ScoTT. Proceedings of the Court of Inquiry in the Case of 
Major General Scott, and Major General Gaines in 1837. 
\JVashington. 1837.] 8vo, pp. 734. 78420 

Relates to the Seminole War. 

ScoTT. Proceedings of the Military Court of Inquiry, in the 
Case of Major General Scott. Washington : Printed by Gales and 
Seaton. 1837. 8vo, pp. 524. ba. 78421 

ScoTT. The Proceedings of Two Meetings, held in Boston, 
on the 7th & 14th July, to protest against the Nomination of 
Gen. Scott, for the Presidency, and to recommend Hon. Daniel 
Webster for that Office. Boston : Printed by Prentiss & Sawyer. 
1852. 8vo, pp. 24. B. 78422 

Scott. Report of the Committee on Military Affairs, on the 
Petition of Major-General Winfield Scott. ... January 27, 1829. 
[^Washington. 1829.] 8vo, pp. 40. s. 78423 

Scott. Report of the Joint Special Committee of the Com- 
mon Council, appointed for the purpose of making ... arrange- 
ments for the Reception of Major-General Scott on his Return 
from Mexico. ... New York: McSpedon & Baker., Printers. 1849. 
8vo, pp. 66. 78424 



SCOTTOW. 156 

Scott. Scenes in the Life of Gen. Scott, [n. p. n. d.] 410, 
I leaf. Woodcuts. M. 78425 

Scott. Scott and Graham Melodies; being a collection of 
campaign songs for 1852. As sung by the Whig Clubs through- 
out the United States. New York: Huestis iff Co'zans. [1852.] 
Sm. 8vo, pp. 72. H. 78426 

Scott. The Scott & Taylor Almanac for the Year 1848: 
Calculated for Boston and New York. ... Boston and New York. 
1848. 8vo. H. 78427 

Contains anecdotes of Gen. Scott. 

Scott. The Scott Songster. Cincinnati. 1852. 32mo. 

Scott. State Secrets for the People. The Private Letters of 
Lieut. General Scott, and Ex-President Buchanan's Reply. Nexv 
York: Hamilton., 'Johnson iy Farrelly. 1862. 8vo, pp. 24. 

Scott. Winfield Scott und seine Verlaumder. IVashington., 
D. C. 1852. 8vo, pp. 7. Portrait. H. 78430 

See alio Vol. ix., No. 35344. 

[Scottow (Joshua), editor?^ Massachusetts | Or | The first 
Planters of New-England, | The End and Manner of their com- 
ing thi-|ther, and Abode there: In several | Epistles] [Quota- 
tions, 17 lines.] I Boston in Neiv- England., Printed by B. Green., 
and I J. Allen. Sold by Richard Wilkins., at his Shop \ near the Old- 
Meeting-House. 1696. 1 Sm. 8vo, title, and pp. 1-56. a-c in 
eights, and D in four, besides the title. L. 78431 

Contents: "The Humble Request Of His Majesties Loyal Subjects, the Governour 
and the Company late gone for New-England : To the rest of their Brethren, in and of 
the Church of England," etc., dated " From Yarmouth Aboard the Arbella. April 7. 
1630," and signed by Jo. Winthrop, Gov., Charles Fines, George Phillips, Rich. Sal- 
tonstall, Isaac Johnson, Tho. Dudley, William Coddington, &c., pp. 1-55 Letter ot 
Thomas Dudley, "To the Right Honourable, My very good Lady, The Lady Bridget 
Countess of Lincoln," with a dedication subscribed " Boston in New-England, March 
1 2th. 1630, Your Honours Old Thankful Servant, T. D.," pp. 7-2.75 "The Preface 
of the Reverend Mr. John Allin, of Dedham, and of Mr. Thomas Shepard of Cam- 
bridge in New England, before their Defence of the Answer made unto the Nine 
Questions," subscribed "From New-England, November 28. 1645. J"^'^ Allin, Tho. 
Shepard," pp. 28-40; "In Domini Norton! Librum, ad Lectorem Praeflitio Apologe- 
tica," subscribed "Johannes Cotton in Ecclesia Bostoniensi Presbyter docens," pp. 41- 

"It is not unlikely that [this volume] was printed at the suggestion of Joshua Scot- 
tow, who seems to have been the earliest person in the Colony who had an antiquarian 
turn of mind." — Young's Chron. of Alassachusetts, 340, note. This was the first appear- 
ance in print of Dudley's Letter, " the most interesting as well as the most authentic 
document in our early annals." — J. H. Trumbull. The publication of the volume 
has also been attributed to Thomas Dudley, the grandson of governor Thomas Dudley. 



l6o SCOTTOW. 



Improved title of No. 21090, Vol. v. Mr. Brinley's copy sold for $32.50; Mr. 
Murphy's for $50. Dudley's letter was also printed in the Collections of the Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society, vol. viii., pp. 36-47; in the Collections of the New Hamp- 
shire Historical Society, vol. iv. ; and with " explanatory notes by Dr. John Farmer," 
in Force's Tracts, vol. 11. 

[ScoTTOw.] Massachusetts] Or I The first Planters of New- 
England, I The End & Manner of their coming thither, | and 
Abode there: In several | Epistles | [Quotations, 17 lines.] | 
Boston in New England^ Printed by B. Green^ and | J. Allen. Sold 
by Richard Wilkins^ at his Shop | near the Old Meeting House. 
1696. 1 Sm. 8vo, title, and pp. 1-56. a-c in eights, and d in 
four, besides the title. b. 78432 

I am indebted to Mr. A. P. C. Griffin, of the Boston Public Library, for calling my 
attention to this variety of the title, which I have not seen. 

[ScoTTOW.] Massachusetts! Or I The ^^^^ Planters of New- 
England, I The End and Manner of their coming thi-|ther, and 
Abode there: In several | Epistles] [Quotations, 13 lines.]] 
Boston in New- England.^ | Printed by B. Green and y. Allen. | Sold by 
Richard Wilkens., at his Shop\ near the Old Meeting-House. 1696. | 
Sm. 8vo, title, and pp. 1—56. b. 78433 

I have not seen this variety of the title. 

[ScoTTOW.] A I Narrative | Of The Planting of the Massa- 
chusets] Colony I Anno 1628. With the Lords Signal | Presence 
the First Thirty | Years. | Also a Caution from New-Englands 
Apostle, I the Great [ Cotton, | How to Escape the Calamity, which 
might I Befall them or their Posterity. | And Confirmed by the 
Evangelist | Norton | With Prognosticks from the Famous | D"" 
Owen. I Concerning the Fate of these Churches, and Animad- 
versions I upon the Anger of God, in sending of Evil Angels | 
among us | Published by Old Planters, the Authors of the Old j 
Mens Tears. | ... | Boston Printed and Sold by Benjamin Harris., at 
the I sign of the Bible over against the Blew- Anchor. 1 694. [ Small 
8vo, pp. (4), 75, (i). B., M., w. 78434 

The dedication of two pages, "To the Honourable Simon Broadstreet, Esq; Late 
Governour of the Massachusets Colony," is signed J. S. At the bottom of the last 
page are two lines of errata. One of Mr. Brinley's copies (^No. 856), which sold for 
$44, contained an additional page of errata on another leaf at the end, which is not 
found in the other copies. Reprinted in the Collections of the Massachusetts Historical 
Society, fourth series, vol. iv., pp. 279—332. 

[ScoTTOW.] Old Mens | Tears | for their own | Declensions, | 
Mixed with | Fears | of their and Posterities further falling | off from 
New-England's | Primitive Constitution. [ Published by some of 
Bostons old I Planters | And some other. | ... | Boston^ Printed by Ben- 



SCOUGAL. l6l 

jam'in Harris^ and | yohti Allen : And are to be Sold at the | London- 
Coffee- House. 1691.I Sm. 8vo, pp. (6), 23, (l). BA., w. 78435 

The epistle " To the Reader" is signed J. S. 

[ScoTTOW.] Old Mens | Tears, | For their own | Declensions, | 
Mixed with | Fears [ Of their and Posterities further fal-|ling off 
from New-England's I Primitive Constitution. | Published by some 
of Boston's old | Planters, | And some other. | Printed in the Year 
1 69 1. 1 ... I To which is added, an Appendix. | Boston., Re-printed by 
J.Allen ... 1715. Sm. i2mo, title, and pp. 5-58. B. 78436 

The epistle "To the Reader" is signed J S. 

[ScoTTOW.] Old Men's Tears | For their own] Declensions, | 
Mixed with | Fears | Of their and Posterities further falling offj 
from New England's] Primitive Constitution. | Published by some 
of Boston's old | Planters | And some others. | Boston : Printed in 
the Tear 17 — . Reprinted for B. Gray. 1732. l2mo, pp. 20. 

An edition of 1749 is mentioned in Haven's list of ante-revolutionary publications. 

[ScoTTOw.] Old Men's Tears for their own Declensions, 
mixed with Fears of their and Posterity's further Falling off from 
New-England's Primitive Constitution. Published by some of 
Boston's Old Planters, and some others. Boston., 1691 : reprinted., 
N. London., 1769. 8vo, pp. 22. 78438 

This little book is a lamentation for the sake of the country. The writer imagined 
that the prevalence of sin had called down the vengeance of Heaven upon our land, 
which was shown in many instances of punishment, as " strange diseases, not suited 
formerly to the pure and serene air of our climate (whither strangers were wont to have 
recourse to recover their desired health). Not only with the infectious small-pox, but 
with burning and spotted fevers, shaking agues," etc. For a memoir of Scottow (born 
1615, died 1698), and an account of this book see the Massachusetts Historical Society's 
Collections, second series, vol. iv., pp. 100-104. 

S[coTTOW.] The | Rise, Spring | And | Foundation | Of the | 
Anabaptists, | Or Re-baptized of our Time. | Written in French 
by Guy de Brez, 1565. | Minister of the Word, and Martyr.) 
And Translated for the use of his Countrymen, by J. S. |...| 
Cambridge : | Printed., and to be Sold by Marmadiike Johnson. 1668. | 
4to, pp. (4), 58. C, M., w. 78439 

Improved title of No. 7785, Vol. 11. Mr. Brinley's copy sold for $40. 

[ScouGAL {Rev. Henry), b. 1650, d. 1678.] A | Sermon | 
preach'd | on the 25th of December, being the | Nativity | of our | 
Saviour. | By the Author of | The Life of God in the Soul of 
Man. I Boston., N. E. \ Reprinted in the Tear 1737. | l6mo, pp. (4), 
28. B., M. 78440 



l62 SCOUGAL. 

[ScouGAL,] Vital Christianity: I A Brief] Essay] On the Life 
of God, I In The | Soul of Man ; | Produced and Maintained by a | 
Christ living in us ; | And | The Mystery of a Christ | within, Ex- 
plained. I With an Exhibition, in which all that | Fear God and 
give Glory to Him, will be| sanctified. | ... | Printed by Samuel Ke'i- 
7ney\ for Eleazer\ Phillips^ in Charles-Town in Nezv-England^\and 
sold at Rice Peter s^ in Chesnut- street^ Phi-\ladelphia. 1725. | 8vo, 
pp. (6), 30, (l). B., M. 78441 

[ScouGAL.] Vital Christianity : I A Brief | Essay | On the Life 
of God, I in the | Soul of Man ; | Produced and Maintained by | 
Christ living in us : | and | The Mystery of Christ | within. Ex- 
plained. I With an Exhibition, in which all that | Fear God, and 
give Glory to Him, will be | satisfied. | ... | Philadelphia : Printed by 
David Harry. 1730.] l2mo, pp. (6), 26. 78442 

The dedication in two leaves is signed by Cotton Mather, and addressed " To all who 
desire to worship God in the Spirit, and rejoice in Christ Jesus, and have no Confidence 
in the Flesh; more particularly to our beloved Friends, who desire that Christ within 
may have due Regards paid unto him." 

[ScouGAL.] Vital Christianity. A brief Essay on the Life or 
God in the Soul of Man. Boston., reprinted. 1741. Small Svo, 
pp. 88. 78443 

[ScouGAL.] The I Life of God | in the | Soul of Man : | or, the | 
Nature and Excellency | of the | Christian Religion. | Also | An 
Account of the Beginnings and Advan-|ces of a Spiritual Life, | 
With I A Recommendatory Preface by | Gilbert Burnet, Late Lord 
Bi-|shop of Sarum. | Philadelphia : | Printed and Sold by W. Dun- 
lap.,\in Market-Street^ m.dcc.lxvi. | Sm. l2mo, pp. xxiv, 196. 

Title from Hildeburn. 

[ScouGAL.] The I Life of God | in the | Soul of Man : | or, the | 
Nature and Excellency of the | Christian Religion : | With the 
Method of attaining! the Happiness which it proposes. | Also, | An 
Account of the Beginnings and Ad-|vances of a Spiritual Life.] 
With a Preface, | By Gilbert Burnet, d.d. | Late Bishop of Sarum. 
I ... I New- Tor k : Printed by H. Gaine^ at the \ Bible and Crown^ in 
Hanover-Square^l M DCC Lxvi.\ Sm. i2mo, pp. ix, 158, iv. 

ScouGAL. Life of God in the Soul of Man. ... Boston, B. 
Edes Iff Son. 1789. i8mo. 78446 

ScouGAL. The I Life of God, | in the | Soul of Man, | or, the | 
Nature and Excellency | of the | Christian Religion, | By Henry 
Scougal, I ... jTo which is subjoined, | Rules for a Holy Life, | By 



SCOVEL. 



163 



Archbishop Leighton. | Philadelphia : Printed by Ormrod ^ Conrad^ 
at the Old Franklin s Head. I 795. i2mo, pp. (2), g-140, 28. H, 

ScouGAL. [Das Leben Gottes in der Seele des Menschen. 
Von Henry Scougal. Mit 2 Vorreden von Gilbert Burnett und 
William Wisshart. Erste Americanische Auflage. Germantoiin. 
Gedruckt und zu finden bey Christoph Saur im ^Jahre 1755.] l6mo, 
pp. (21), 77. H.s.P. 78448 

"From a manuscript title added to an imperfect copy by Mr. A. H. Cassel." — Hil- 

DEBURN. 

[Scougal.] Das | Leben Gottes | in | der Seele des Menschen | 
oder I die Natur und Vortrefflichkeit | der | Christlichen Religion,] 
den I Zerstreuten Kindern Gottes und verlohrnen Scha- | fen vom 
Hause Israel in und ausier den mancherley [ Partien zum Dienst, | 
auf I Veranstaltung der von einer loblichen Ge- 1 sellschaft in Lon- 
don ernanten General | Trustees aus dem englischen ins teutsche] 
iibersetzt ; | Nebst | einer in ihren Namen gestellten Vorrede, j 
worin | so wohl das Vorhaben dieser loblichen Ge-| sellschaft als 
auch die eigentliche Absicht | dieser gegenwartigen Uebersetzung 
vor- I geleget wird. | Philadelphia : Gedruckt und zu haben bey Benja- 
min I Franc klin^ Post-Meister und Ant. Arinbrueiter^ \']'jfo.\ 8vo, 
pp. (21), 78, (l). H.s.P. 78449 

Title from Hildeburn. 

The Scourge. In two Numbers. Boston. Reprinted. I'J'Ji. 
8vo. 78450 

Title from Haven's list of ante-revolutionary publications. 

The Scourge of Fashion. By Phylanthus. [In verse.] New 
York. 1800. i2mo. 78451 

Scourge (H.), pseudon. Tit for Tat, | or the | Score wip'd off. | 
By Humphrey Scourge, Esq; | Number i. | To be continued 
Occasionally. I [Philadelphia: Printed by James Chattin. 1756.] 
Folio, pp. 4. H.s.P. 78452 

Dated, Philadelphia, Nov. i, 1755. Title from Hildeburn. 

ScouTENio (Gulielmo Cornelio). See Schouten. 

ScovEL (J. M.) New Jersey for the Union. Speech of Hon. 
James M. Scovel, ... upon the Bill prohibiting the Enlistment of 
Negro Troops in New Jersey, under a Penalty of ^500 ... 
March 16, 1864. Trenton^ N. J.: Murphy ^ Bechtel. 1864. 
8vo, pp. 16. H. 78453 



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ScovEL. New Jersey for the War. Speech of Hon. James 
M. Scovel, of Camden, New Jersey, on the Peace Resolutions, 
delivered in the New Jersey House of Assembly, March 17, 
1863. Camden^ N.J. 1863. 8vo, pp. II. 78454 

Scovel. Our relations with the Rebellious States. Speech 
of Hon. James M. Scovel, delivered in the New Jersey Senate, 
February 27th, 1866. [Trenton : Murphy^ Bechtel. l?>bb.'] 8vo, 
pp. 16. H. 78455 

Scovel. Speech of James M. Scovel, Esq., at the Demo- 
cratic Mass Meeting at Chester, Pa. Phonographically reported. 
\_Chester? 1856?] 8vo, pp. 7. b. 78456 

Advocates the election of Buchanan to the presidency of the United States. 

Scovel. Speech of the Hon. James M. Scovel, before the 
Anti-Monopoly Convention, at Trenton, N. J., Feb. i, 1865. 
Trenton : Murphy l^ Bechtel. 1865. 8vo, pp. 12. H. 78457 

Scovel. Three Speeches By Hon. Jas. M. Scovel, delivered 
in the Senate and House of Representatives of New Jersey. ... 
I. New Jersey for the War. 2. New Jersey for the Union. 3. 
New Jersey for Enfranchisement. Camden.^ N. "J. : Horace B. 
Dick. 1870. 8vo, pp. 64. H. 78458 

Scovel (S. F.) Always Thankful. A Discourse delivered 
in Springfield, Ohio, November 27, 1862. By Sylvester F. Sco- 
vel. [Spring field F 1862.] 8vo, pp. 15. 7^459 

ScovELL (T. P.) A Poem. By Thomas P. Scovell ; and a 
Valedictory Oration, by Henry C. Deming. Delivered July 6, 
1836, before the Senior Class of Yale. New Haven. 1836. 
8vo, pp. 10. 78460 

ScoviLL (A. L.) A. L. Scovill & Co.'s Farmers' and Me- 
chanics' Almanac for 1866. Calculated for the New England 
States. ... Juburn, N. T. : Printed by IVm. J. Moses. [1865.] 
i2mo. Continued. h. 78461 

[ScoviLLE (Joseph A.), b. 181 1, d. 1864.] Marion. By 
Manhattan. Second Edition. London : Saunders^ Otley^ and Co. 
1864. 3 vols., i2mo, pp. xi, 300; viii, 262; viii, 268. 78462 

A fictitious account of New York Society, dedicated to James Gordon Bennett. The 
New York edition is said to have been suppressed. 

[ScoviLLE.] Marion. Beelden uit het leven te New-York. 
Uit het Eneelsch. ... Leiden. 1866. 2 vols., 8vo. 7846^ 



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[ScoviLLE.] The Old Merchants of New York City. By 
Walter Barrett, Clerk. ... New York: Carleton. mdccclxiii. 
i2mo, pp. 452, Index 453—472. B. -f Second Series. \Jbid^ 
1863. i2mo, pp. 406. -|- Third Series. \Ibid7^ 1864. i2mo, 
pp. 351. + Fourth Series. \Ihid^ 1866. i2mo, pp. 255. + 
Fifth Series. \Ibid.'\ 1869. i2mo, pp. 304. 78464 

[ScoviLLE.] The Old Merchants of New York City. By 
Walter Barrett, Clerk. ... New York: M. Doolady. 1870. 3 
vols., i2mo, pp. (6), g-472 ; (6), 9-406, (2), 5-255 ; (4), 9-351, 
(2), 5-308. + \Jbid.'\ 1872. 3 vols., i2mo. Vol. I., pp. (6), 9- 
472, with a Plate and 3 Portraits; Vol. 11. Part I., pp. (6), 9- 
406, with 3 Portraits, Part 11., (2), 2-255, with a Portrait ; Vol. 
III. Part I., pp. (4), 9-351, with a Map and Portrait, Part 11., (2), 
5-308, with 2 Portraits. 78465 

The edition of 1870 was published without the plates. 

[ScoviLLE.] Vigor. A Novel. By Walter Barrett, Clerk. 
... New-York: Carleton. MDCCCLXIV. i2mo, pp. 428. B., C. 

This book was suppressed by the publisher. See aho Vol. xi., No. 44253. 

ScRANTON (E.) A Genealogical Register of the Descendants 
of John Scranton of Guilford, Conn., who died in the year 1671. 
Compiled by Rev. Erastus Scranton, a.m., of Burlington, Conn. 
Hartford: Press of Case., Tiffany and Company. 1 855. 8vo, pp. 
104. a. 78467 

Scranton (G. W[hitefield]), h. 18 11, d. 1861. The Speaker- 
ship. Speeches of Hon. George W. Scranton and Hon. James 
H. Campbell of Pennsylvania, on the Political Questions of the 
day, delivered in the House of Representatives, January 11, i860. 
\_lVashmgton : Buell l^ Blanchard., Printers, i860.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Scranton, Pennsylvania. Report on the Mt. Pleasant Coal 
Mine, ... at Scranton, ... Penn. April, 1864. Boston: Wright 
^ Potter., Printers. 1 864. 8vo, pp. 1 1. H. 78469 

Scranton City Directory, 1867-68. ... Scranton. 1867. 8vo. 

The Scrap Table, for mdcccxxxi. Boston: Carter ... 1830. 
i2mo, pp. 184. 78471 

The pieces " Olden Time " and " Ascot Heath " are founded on revolutionary inci- 
dents. 

ScRATCHLEY (A.) Industrial Investment and Emigration ; 
being a Treatise on Benefit Building Societies. By Arthur 
Scratchley. London : Parker i^ Son. 1851. 8vo. 78472 

VOL. XIX. II 



i66 



SCRIBNER. 



ScRAWLENBURGius (J.), pseudon. The Combustible ; a Heroic 
Poem. With Notes Critical and Explanatory, By Johannes 
Scrawlenburgius. ... [n. p. i8i— .?] 8vo, pp. i6. ba. 78473 

[ScRiBANUS (Charles), S. J.^ b. 1561, d. 1629.] ^en ver- 
nieuden Nederlandschen Waersegger ... midtsgaders de macht 
van de Spaensche, West-Indische en Nederlandsche Provincien. 
Als oock den heelen Africaenschen handel. Amsterdam: J. Vese- 
ler. [1620.] 8vo, pp. 146. 7^4-7^ 

The New Nel:herland foreteller, ... the forces of the Spanish, West-Indian and 
Dutch Provinces, and the African commerce. Pages 97-144 contain " Den Gherefor- 
meerden Hollandschen Apocalypsis." 

Scribblings and Sketches. See [Watmough (Edmond)]. 

ScRiBER (Peter), pseudon. See Vol. xiv., No. 61178. 

The I Scribler | Being a | Letter | From a Gentleman in Town | 
To his I Friend in the Country, | concerning the present State of 
Public I Affairs ; | with a | Lapidary Character. | ... | \_Philadelphia ;] 
Printed [by Anthony Jrmbruster~\ in the Tear MDCC,LXIV. | Small 
8vo, pp. 24. H.s.P. 78475 

This is a reply to the epitaph on Franklin, and concludes with an imitation of it in a 
"Lapidary Character" of Dr. Wm. Smith. Title and note from Hildeburn's "Issues 
of the Press in Pennsylvania," No. 2060. 

Scriblings and Sketches. See [Watmough (Edmond)]. 

[ScRiBNER (B. F.)] Camp Life of a Volunteer. A Campaign 
in Mexico, or A Glimpse at Life in Camp. By "One who has 
seen the Elephant." Philadelphia : Grigg, Elliot and Co. 1847. 
8vo, pp. 75. H. 78476 

[ScRiBNER.] A Campaign in Mexico. By "One who was 
Thar." ... Philadelphia: yames Gihon. 1850. 8vo, pp. 5— 75, and 
covers. B. 78477 

A reissue of the preceding number. 

ScRiBNER (F. L.) The Ornamental and Useful Plants or 
Maine : affording popular Descriptions and practical Observations 
on the Habits, Properties, Uses and best Methods of Propagation 
and Culture, of nearly all the ornamental and useful Plants found 
native in the State. By F. Lamson Scribner, B.s. Augusta. 
Printed for the Author. 1875. 8vo, pp. 85. B. 78478 

ScRiBNER. Weeds of Maine : affording popular Descriptions 
and practical Observations in regard to the Habits, Properties, 
and best Methods of Extermination, of nearly all the weeds 



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found in the State. By F. Lamson Scribner, of the Second Class 

of the Maine Agricultural College. Augusta : Sprague^ Owen Iff 
Nash^ Printers to the State. 1869. 8vo, pp. 62, and covers. 

Scribner (I[saac] W.), d. 1864. Review of the Rev. U. C. 
Burnap's Sermon on Bible Servitude. By I. W. Scribner, m.d. 
... Published by request of the friends of the slave in Lowell. 
\^Lowell?~\ Printed by J. G. Pillsbury. 1844. ^vo, pp. 22. H. 

Scribner (J. M.) Scribner's Engineers' and Mechanics' 
Companion ; comprising United States' Weights and Measures ; 
Mensuration of Superficies and Solids; ... the Mechanical Pow- 
ers ... Steam and the Steam Engine. Second Edition. ... By J. 
M. Scribner, a.m. New-Tor k : Huntington iff Savage. 1845. 
i2mo, pp. 240. Plate. + New Edition, revised and enlarged. 
Hartford: W. J. Hamersley. 1863. l8mo. 78481 

Also : The Engineers', Contractors', and Surveyors' Pocket Table-Book. Seventh 
edition. Hartford: JV. J. Hamersley. 1863. iSmo. 

[Scribner (J. P.)] Laconia : or. Legends of the White 
Mountains. By an Old Mountaineer. Boston : Lilly iff Brother. 
1856. i2mo, pp. 489. c. 78482 

Scribner (T. T.) Indiana's Roll of Honor. By Theodore 
T. Scribner. Volume ii. Indianapolis (^Ind.): A. D. Streight. 
1866. 8vo, pp. 652. 10 Plates. c. 78483 

Scribner's Monthly, an Illustrated Magazine for the People, 
Conducted by J. G. Holland. ... New York: Scribner iff Co. 
1870-1881. 22 vols., 8vo. 78484 

Beginning with vol. 23, in 1 88 1, it was continued as "The Century Magazine." 

ScRiPPS (J. L.) The Undeveloped Northern Portion of the 
American Continent. A Lecture delivered ... before Bell's 
Commercial College, Feby. 1856. By J. L. Scripps. Chicago: 
'■'■ Democratic Press" House. 1856. 8vo, pp. 20. B. 78485 

Scriptum Dominum Protectoris Reipublicas Angliae, Scotinae, 
Hiberniae .... Ex consensu atque sententia concilii sui editum in 
quo hujus Reipublicas causa contra Hispanos justu esse demon- 
stratur. London. 1655. 4to. 78486 

The Scriptural Deacon. See [Nightingale (J.)], Vol. xiii., 
No. 55301. 

Scriptural Enquiry concerning what the Friends call Scriptural 



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SCRIPTURE. 



Baptism. Being an Answer to a Publication of a Friend in Rhode 
Island by the name of Moses Brown ... Exeter. 1794. 8vo. 

The work to which this is a reply is entitled : " Observations on Samuel Shepard's 
Three Letters on Baptism ... By Moses Brown." Prcvidenee, R. I. 1793. 8vo, pp. 

12. W. 

The Scriptural Interpreter. Vol. i. July, 1831. No. i. ... 
Boston: Leonard C. Bowles. Waitt and Dow., Printers. [183 1.] 
i2mo. Continued. H. 78488 

Scriptural Notices respecting Bondmen ; and a Plan for the 
Gradual Manumission of Slaves. London. 1823. 8vo, pp. 9. 

A Scriptural Refutation. See Vol. viii., No. 30492, note. 

A Scriptural View of Politics. Addressed to Serious-Minded 
Christians, [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 8. s. 78490 

On Adams and Jackson. 

The Scripture-Bishop | Or | The Divine Right | of | Presbyterian | 
Ordination & Government, | Considered in a | Dialogue | between | 
Praelaticus and Eleutherius. | Boston : N. E. Printed for D. Hench- 
man^\in Corn-Hill. 1732. | 8vo, pp. (4), ii, 58. B., H., w. 

By Jonathan Dickinson. For a reply entitled "Eleutherius Enervatus," ice [Wetmore 
(James)]. 

The Scripture Bishop, | or, | The Divine Right | of | Presbyterian | 
Ordination and Government, | Consider'd in a Dialogue | between ] 
Prelaticus and Elutherius, | Examin'd in | Two Letters | to a | 
Friend. I \_Boston :~\ Printed in the Tear., 1733- 1 '^^^> PP* 4^* ^' 

With half-title: "The Scripture-Bishop, | Examin'd in | Two Letters to a Friend." 
The authorship of this review of Dickinson's work is attributed to Rev. Moses Brown 
of Piscataqua. This is the same work that is entered in Haven's list, with a twisted 
title, as containing 52 pages. The above title was furnished by Mr. E. M. Barton. 

The Scripture-Bishop Vindicated. | A | Defence of the Dialogue 
I between | Praelaticus and Eleutherius, | Upon | The Scripture- 
Bishop, or I The Divine Right of Presbyterian Ordination | and 
Government : | Against | The Exceptions of a Pamphlet, | Intitled, ] 
The Scripture-Bishop Examin'd. j By Eleutherius, v.d.m. | In a 
Letter to a Friend. | ... | Boston., New-England: \ Printed by S. Knee- 
land & T. Green., for D. Hench7nan\in Cornhill. 1733-1 ^^°' PP' 

(4), 126. B. 78493 

By Jonathan Dickinson. With half-title : " Praelaticus Triumpjiatus. | A Vindica- 
tion of I Presbyterial Ordination & Government. | In Answer to | The Scripture-Bishop 
Examin'd, | And to | Eleutherius Enervatus." 



SCRIVENOR. 169 

The Scripture Bishop. Or an Answer to a Pamphlet Intitled 
The Divine Right of Presbyterian Ordination ... Boston. 1773. 
8vo. 78494 

Title from Dexter's " Bibliography of Congregationalism," No. 3664. For the book 
to which this is a reply, entitled "A Vindication of the Validity and Divine Rigiit of 
Presbyterian Ordination," see Welles (N.) 

Scripture Catechism ; by a Clergyman of Massachusetts. 
Cambridge. 1804. i2mo. 7^495 

A Scripture-Catechism, or, The Principles of the Christian 
Religion ... in the Words of the Bible. [^Boston F iSoo.?] 
i2mo. 78496 

The Scripture Doctrine with regard to Slavery. By a Clergy- 
man of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Pottsville : Beizjamin 
Bannan^ Printer. 1854. 8vo, pp. lO. B. -|- Second Edition. 
Pottsville : Printed by Benj. Bannan. 1856. 8vo, pp. lO. 78497 

The authorship has been attributed to Wm. M. Peyton. 

Scripture Evidence of the Sinfulness of Injustice and Oppres- 
sion. See [Dudley (Mary)], Vol. v., No. 21086. 

The authorship has also been attributed to William Naish {^see Vol. xii., No. 51733, 
note), but he only paid for the printing. 

Scripture the Friend of Freedom ; exemplified by a Refutation 
of the Arguments offered in Defence of Slavery, in a tract enti- 
tled, Scriptural Researches on the Licitness of the Slave Trade. 
London: 'James Phillips. MDCCLXXXix. 8vo, pp. vi, (l), 79. 

In reply to No. 30492, Vol. viii. 

Scripture Tract for the Times. By Connecticut. Hartford. 
1859. 8v°i PP- 8- 78499 

Scripture Truths and Precepts. A Short Catechism, with 
Proofs ... Boston, ijgi. 8vo. 78500 

Scrivener {Dr.) Republique Argentine. De la salubrite du 
climat des Andes. Par le docteur Scrivener. Angers : Imp. La- 
chese^ Belleuvre et Dolbeau. 1869. 8vo, pp. 18. 7^501 

ScRiVENOR (H.) A Comprehensive History of the Iron Trade 
throughout the World, from the earliest records to the present 
period, with Official Tables. By Harry Scrivenor. ... London. 
1841. 8vo. A. 78502 

Scrivenor. History of the Iron Trade, from the earliest rec- 
ords to the present period. By Harry Scrivenor ... New Edition. 



lyo SCUCDER. 

London : Longman^ Brown^ Green^ and Longmans. 1854. 8vo, pp. 
viii, 327. B. 78503 

ScROGGS (G. A.) The Duty of Americans. Speeches of 
General G. A. Scroggs, Dr. S. B. Hunt, and others, at the Amer- 
ican Meeting held at Aurora, N. Y., August 4, i860. .,. Buffalo: 
Patriot Office, [i860.] 8vo, pp. 15. 78504 

ScROPE (G. P. [Thompson]), b. 1797, d. 1876. Considera- 
tions on Volcanoes ; the probable Cause of the Phenomena, the 
Laws which determine their March, the Disposition of their Pro- 
ducts, and their Connexion with the present State and past His- 
tory of the Globe, leading to the Establishment of a new Theory 
of the Earth. By G. Poulett Scrope. London : W. Phillips. 
1825. 8vo. 78505 

Scrope. Extracts of Letters from Poor Persons who Emi- 
grated last Year to Canada and the United States ... Second Edi- 
tion enlarged. London. 1832. 8vo, pp. 32. 78506 

Edited by G. Poulett Scrope. For the first edition see Vol. in., No. 10444. 

Scrope. Memoir of the Life of the Right Honourable Charles 
Lord Sydenham, ... with a Narrative of his Administration in 
Canada. Edited by his brother, G. Poulett Scrope, Esq., M.P. 
London: John Murray. MDCCCXLiii. 8vo, pp. xii, 498. Portrait. 

Scrope. Memoir of the Life of The Right Honourable 
Charles Lord Sydenham, g.c.b. ; with a Narrative of his Admin- 
istration in Canada. Edited by his Brother, G. Poulett Scrope, 
Esq., M.P. Second Edition. London : John Murray. MDCCC- 
XLiv. Post 8vo, pp. xii, (i), 403. Portrait. 78508 

Scrope. Volcanos. The Character of their Phenomena, 
their Share in the Structure and Composition of the Surface of 
the Globe, and their Relation to its Internal Forces. With a 
Descriptive Catalogue of all known Volcanos and Volcanic For- 
mations. By G. Poulett Scrope, m.p. ... Second Edition, revised 
and enlarged ; with a Map of the Volcanic Areas of the Globe, 
Frontispiece, Woodcuts, etc. London : Longman^ Green^ Long- 
matis^ and Roberts. 1862. 8vo, pp. xi, 490. ba. 78509 

For the first edition, see No. 78505, supra. 

ScuDDER (E.) Memorial Record. In Memory of Hon. 
Increase Sumner, of Great Barrington, Mass. A Funeral Dis- 
course, by Rev. Evarts Scudder. With an Appendix, contain- 



SCUDDER. 



171 



ing Obituary Notices ... . Bridgeport^ Conn.: Gould and Stiles. 
1 87 1. 8vo, pp. 74. Portrait. b. 78510 

ScuDDER (H.) The Christian's Daily Walke in holy Secvritie 
and Peace ... By Henry Scudder ... London. 1627. i2mo, pp. 

(24), niA'^^y 7«5ii 

With "An Epistle to the Reader" by John Davenport. 

Scudder. The Christians Daily Walke ... The sixt edition, 
corrected ... by the Author. London^ Printed by M. D. for H. 
Overton. 1635. i2mo. em. -j- The seventh edition. London. 
1637. i2mo. 78512 

Edited by John Davenport. 

Scudder. The Christian's Daily Walke in holy Securitie and 
Peace ... The eighth edition, corrected. London^ Printed by L 
L. for Henry Overton. 1642. i2mo. 7^513 

With a long preface of 21 pages by John Davenport, afterwards of New Haven. 

Scudder. The | Christians daily Walk | In Holy | Security and 
Peace. | Being an Answer to these Questions, | i. How a man may 
do each present daies work, with | Christian chearfullness ? | ... ) 
Containing familiar Directions; Shewing | i. How to walk with 
God in the whole course of a | mans life. | ... | By Henry Scudder, 
Preacher of the word. Rector | and Pastor of the Church of Col- 
lingbornducis in Wiltshire. | The ninth Edition, corrected and 
enlarged by the Author. | ... | London.^ Printed for Henry Cripps^ and 
Lodowick I Floyd^ and are to be sold at their shop^ at the j entring in 
of Popes head Alley out of\ Lumbard street. 1652. | l2mo, pp. (24), 
641, (17). B. -|- Twelfth Edition revised. London: Printed by 
John fohnson^ for the Society for Promoting Religious Knowledge 
among the Poor, mdcclxi. i2mo. B., ba. -f- The Fourteenth 
Edition. London. 1805. i2mo. + With an Introductory Essay 
by Thomas Chalmers, d.d. ,.„ Glasgow : Printed for William Col- 
lins ... 1826. i2mo, pp. 440. L. 78514 

Probably all of the editions contain John Davenport's epistle to the reader. Also 
printed in German, Frankfurt, 1636, 8vo. 

Scudder (H. A.) Argument in behalf of the East Boston 
Ferry Company against the petition of Albert Bowker and others, 
before a joint special committee of the City Council of Boston, 
March 14, 1866. By Henry A. Scudder. Boston: Wright ^ 
Potter. 1866. 8vo, pp. 44. H. 78515 

Scudder. An Oration before the Cape Cod Association, at 
their First Anniversary Celebration in Boston, Nov. 11, 1851. 



172 



SCUDDER. 



Boston : Eastburn's Press. 



1852. 8vo, 

B. 78516 



By Henry A. Scudder. 
pp. 49. 

Scudder. Speech of Henry A. Scudder, on the Troy and 
Greenfield Railroad, in the Massachusetts House of Representa- 
tives, April 16, 1863. Boston. 1863. 8vo, pp. 38. B. 78517 

Scudder (H. J.) An Address delivered at Glen Cove L. I. 
at the Celebration of the second Centennial Anniversary of the 
Settlement of that village. By Henry J. Scudder, Esq., May 25, 
1868. With an Appendix. Gien Cove : Printed for the Committee. 
1868. i2mo, pp. 195. Frontispiece. 78518 

Scudder (H. M.) The Catholics and the Public Schools. 
By Henry Martyn Scudder, d.d. New York: Mason., Baker i^ 
Pratt. 1873. i2mo, pp. 28. 78519 

Scudder. A Discourse delivered in the Howard Presbyterian 
Church, San Francisco, Thanksgiving Day, November 29th, 
1866, By Henry Martyn Scudder, d.d. Pastor. ... San Francisco: 
Edward Bosqui & Co.., Book and Job Printers. 1866. 8vo, pp. 36, 
and covers. 78520 

Scudder (H. E.) Life and Letters of David Coit Scudder, 
Missionary in Southern India. By Horace E. Scudder. New 
York : Hurd^ Houghton, mdccclxiv. i2mo, pp. vi, 402. Por- 
trait. C., H. 78521 

Scudder (J.) A Companion to the American Museum ; 
being a Catalogue of upwards of Fifty Thousand Natural and 
Foreign Curiosities, Antiquities, and Productions of the Fine 
Arts : now open for public inspection, in the New York Institu- 
tion, Park, Broadway. ... Notes and Explanatory Remarks, By 
John Scudder. ... First Edition. New York: Printed by G. F. 
Hopkins. 1823. 8vo. Plate. h. 78522 

Scudder [John]. Letter from Dr. Scudder, of Ceylon, 
addressed ... to the young men in the Colleges and Seminaries or 
Learning in the United States of America. \^New York. 184—?] 
8vo. 78523 

Scudder (M. L.) American Methodism. By Rev. M. L. 
Scudder, d.d. With an Introduction by Rev. Joseph Cumming, 
LL.D., President of the Wesleyan University. Illustrated. Hart- 
ford., Conn.: S. S. Scranton and Company. 1867. 8vo, pp. 592. 
6 Plates. 78524 



SCUDDER. 173 

ScuDDER (S. H.) ... Catalogue of the Orthoptera of North 
America described previous to 1867 ... By Samuel H. Scudder. 
fVashington : Smithsonian Institution. 1868. 8vo, pp. xx, 89. B. 

With heading, "Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections." 

Scudder. ... A List of the Butterflies of New England. 
By Samuel H. Scudder. \_Salem. 1863.] 8vo, pp. 1 61-179. 

With heading, " (From the Proceedings of the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass. Vol. in., 
Read at the Meeting of March lo, 1862, — Published April, 1863.)" 

Scudder. ... Supplement to a List of the Butterflies of New 
England. By Samuel H. Scudder. [^Boston. 1868.] 8vo, pp. 
376-384. 78527 

With heading, " (From the Proceedings of the Boston Soc. of Nat. Hist., Vol. xi., 
Jan. 22, 1868.)" 

Scudder. Materials for a Monograph of the North American 
Orthoptera. By Samuel H. Scudder. (From the Boston Journal 
of Natural History, Vol. vii. No. 3.) Cambridge : Printed hy H. 
0. Houghton. 1862. 8vo, pp. 410-480. 78528 

Scudder. Notes on the Stridulation of some New England 
Orthoptera. By Samuel H. Scudder. (From the Proceedings 
of the Boston Soc. of Nat. Hist., Vol. xi. April, 1868.) [Bos- 
ton. 1868.] 8vo, pp. 8. 78529 

Scudder. Notice of some North American Species of Pieris. 
By Samuel H. Scudder. (From the Proceedings of the Boston 
Soc. of Nat. Hist., Vol. viii., Sept., 1861.) [Boston. 1861.] 
8vo, pp. 8. 78530 

Scudder and Burgess (E.) On Asymmetry in the append- 
ages of Hexapod Insects. By Samuel H. Scudder and Edward 
Burgess. [Boston? 1870.''] 8vo, pp. 282-306. Plate. 78531 

Scudder. Revision of the hitherto known Species of the 
Genus Chionobas in North America. By Samuel H. Scudder. 
From the Proceedings of the Entomological Society. Philadel- 
phia. July, 1865. [Philadelphia. 1865.] 8vo, pp. 28. 78532 

Scudder (W.) Journal of William Scudder, an Officer in 
the late New York line, who was taken captive by the Indians at 
Fort Stanwix, in 1779, and holden a prisoner in Canada until 
1782 ... [n. p.] Printed for the Author. MDCCXCiv. i2mo. 

Very rare. 



174 seA. 

ScuDDER (Z.) Speech of Hon. Zeno Scudder, of Mass., on 
the Fisheries of New England, and the Encouragement and 
Growth of American Seamen. Delivered in the House of Rep- 
resentatives, August 12, 1852. Washington : Printed at the Con- 
gressional Globe Office. 1852. 8vo, pp. 24. 7^534 

[Scull (Nicholas).] Kawanio Che Keeteru : | A true | Rela- 
tion I of a I Bloody Battle Fought | between | George and Lewis, | In 
the Year | 1755. | \_Philadelphia :~\ Printed [by William Bradford^ 
in the Tear m,dcc,lvi. | 8vo, pp. 16. h.s.p. -f- Second Edition. 
Philadelphia : James Chattin. 1 756. 8vo. 7^535 

" Said to have been written by Nicholas Scull. A poetical attack on the Quakers 
for preventing proper measures being taken to defend the Province from the French and 
Indians." Title and note from Hildeburn's " Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania," 
No. 1476. 

Scully (W.) Brazil ; its Provinces and Chief Cities ; the 
Manners and Customs of the People ; Agricultural, Commercial, 
and other Statistics, ... taken from the latest Official Documents 
... By William Scully. ... London: Murray ^ Co. 1866. 8vo, 
pp. XV, 398. Folded Map. b., c. 78536 

Scully. Brazil its Provinces and Chief Cities j the Man- 
ners & Customs of the People; with ... Useful ... Knowledge, 
for the Merchant and the Emigrant. By William Scully ... . 
London: Triibner & Co. 1868. 8vo, pp. xv. Errata (i), 398. 

ScwEiNiTz (L. D. de). See Schweinitz (L. D.), No. 78104. 

The Sea. Narratives of Adventure and Shipwreck, Tales and 
Sketches, illustrative of Life on the Ocean. Edinburgh : Cham- 
bers. 1849. ^^°- c* 7^53^ 

The I Sea-Atlas | or the | Water- World, | Shewing all the | Sea- 
Coats \jic\ I Of y Known Parts of y Earth, with | a general! De- 
scription of the same. | Verie usefull for all Ma- 1 sters & Mates 
of Shipps & likewise for | Merchants newly sett Forth. | In Amster- 
dam^ I Printed by Jacob and Casparus Loots-Man.^ | Booksellers upon 
the Water., in the Loots-Man., 167 1 | Folio, title within an 
engraved border, and 3 leaves of text. 20 Maps. L. 78539 

The title and text are curious specimens of English as written by a Hollander. The 
latter has the heading, " A Short Declaration Of the division, situation & qualities of 
the Earth," and contains an account of America on the last page. The maps are 
arranged as follows, each one being on two leaves : 

(i) Nova totius terrarum orbis tabula auctore F. de Wit. 

(2) Pas Caart van de Noort Zee. 



SEA. 175 

(3) Pascaarte vande Oost Zee Van t Eylandt Rugen of van de hoeck van Valsterbon 
tot aen Wyborg. 

(4) Pascaart van de Zee-custen van Ruslandt, Laplandt, Finmarcken, Spitsbergen en 
Nova-zembla. 17. 

(5) Pascaerte van Groen-landt, Yslandt, Scraet Davids en Ian Mayen eylandt; hoe- 
men de selvige van Hitlandt en de Noort custen van Schotlandt en Yilandt beseylen 
mach. 25. 

(6) Pas-caerte van Texel tot aende Hoofden. 

(7) Pascaart vant Canaal. Begrypende in sich Engelandt, Schotlandt, en lerlandt, 
als mede een gedeelt van Francryck. 8. 

(8) Pascaerte vande Canael tusschen Engelandt en Vranckryck. 

(9) Pascaerte vande Bocht van Vranckryck, Biscayen, en Galissen, tusschen Hey- 
sant en C. de Finesterre. 

(10) Pas Caart van Hispangien. 18. 

(11) Pascaarte Van t' westlyckste deel vande Middelandsche Zee. I. 

(12) Pascaarte Van 't Oostlyckste deel vande Middellandsche Zee. 2. 

(13) De Cust van Barbaria, Gualata, Arguyn, en Geneheo, van Capo S. Vincente tot 
Capo Verde. 28. 

(14.) Pascaert vande Carybes, Nieu Neder landt, Brazil, de Flaemsche efi Soute 
Eylanden ; en de landen daer ontrent gelegen. 

(15) Pascaerte van Niev Nederlant, Virginies, Nieu Engelant en Nova Francia, van 
C. of Faire tot C Forchu. 

(16) Pascaerte van West Indien Van de Caribes tot aen de Gulfo van Mexico. 

(17) Pascaerte vande Caribes S. luan de Porte Rico, de oosthoeck van I. Spagnola 
als mede de vaste cust van Nueva Andalusia met de eylanden daer omtrent gelegen. 

(18) Pascaerte van Gvinea, en Angola, van R. de Gambia tot Cabo de Bona Espe- 
ran9a. 

(19) Pascaerte Van't Westelyckste deel van Oost Indien En de Eylanden daer onder 
begrepen, van C. de Bona Esperan9a tot C. Comorin. 

(20) Pascaerte Van t' Oostelyckste deel van Oost-Indien met alle de Eylanden daer 
onder gelegen, van Cabo Comorin tot aen lapan. 

The first map has the imprint, {'Amsterdam bij Frederick de TVh in de Cal-verstraet 
tide Wilte Paskaert^ 1666; the other maps, t' Amsterdam By Jacob Theiimiss Loots-man, 
Boeck-verkoper en Graadbooghmaker, op 't Water inde Loots-man ,• or 'r Amsterdam By 
Theumis lacobsz op t luater inde Lootsman ; or Op nieu lot gege'ven bf Anthony lacobsen 
inde Loots- man ,■ or 't Amsterdam, By Jacob en Casparus Lootsman, Boeck-verkoopers opt 
Water inde Lootsman. The numerals on several of the maps probably refer to some 
larger work in which they first appeared. 

The Sea Mirrour, or Lightning Columne, Containing the Sea 
Coasts of the Northern, Eastern and Western Navigation, with 
Discoveries of the Chief Countries, ... gathered out of the expe- 
rience and practice of Pilots and Lovers of the Art of Naviga- 
tion. Amsterdam. 1689. Folio. Maps. 78540 

Sea Officer, pseudon. See [Pickersgill {Lieut.)\ Vol. xv., 
No. 62660. 



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The Sea Serpent, or Gloucester Hoax. A Dramatic Jeu 
d'Esprit, in Three Acts. ... Charleston : A. E. Miller. 18 19. 
, i2mo, pp. 34. BA. 78541 

In verse. By William Crafts. 

The Sea-service : or, Popular Sketches of Ship-building, Navi- 
gation, and Naval Warfare ; from the earliest period to the pres- 
ent time. By the Author of "A Year in Spain." London. 1834. 
i2mo, pp. 160. 78542 

By Alexander Slidell Mackenzie. Originally printed in the Encyclopsedia Americana. 

Exhibit of the Affairs of the Seabord and Roanoke Rail- 
road Company ... March, 1851. New York: IVilUam Van 
Norden. [185 1.] 8vo, pp. 23. Map. 78543 

Seaborn (A.) Symzonia ; A Voyage of Discovery. By 
Captain Adam Seaborn. New-York : Printed by y. Seymour.^ 49 
yohn-Street. 1820. i2mo, pp. 248, including the sectional view. 

The original lettering on the back reads, " Symzonia, or a Voyage to the Internal 
World." "A burlesque on ' Symmes' Theory of Concentric Spheres.' He gives an 
ideal voyage to the interior of the earth, where the other spheres — according to Symmes 
— are located. The work is purely fictitious and full of satire, but is well written. 
Reviewed in the North American Review, xiii., 134-143." — P. G. Thomson. 

S[eabrook] (E. B[ayard].) Ariel refuted. A Complete Ex- 
posure of a Pamphlet entitled "The Negro." By E. B. S. ... 
Charleston^ S. C. : John Russell. 1867. 8vo, pp. 27, (l). H. 

In reply to B. H. Payne's pamphlet, for which see Vol. xiii., No. 52270. 

S[eabrook]. Who shall be the Republican Nominee for 
President ? Addressed to the Republicans of the U. S. Febru- 
ary, i860. By E. B. S. [n. p. i860.] 8vo, pp. 21. 78546 

Seabrook (W. B.) An Address delivered at the First Anni- 
versary Meeting of the United Agricultural Society of South- 
Carolina, ... at Columbia ... 6th Dec. 1827. By Whitemarsh 
B. Seabrook, President. ... Charleston: Printed by J. E. Miller. 
1828. 8vo, pp. 40. H. 78547 

Seabrook. A Concise View of the Critical Situation, and 
future prospects of the Slave-Holding States, in relation to their 
Coloured Population, By Whitemarsh B. Seabrook : read before 
the "Agricultural Society of St. John's Colleton," on the 14th of 
September, 1825, and published at their request. Charleston: 
Printed by J. E. Miller. 1825. 8vo, pp. 29. w. + Second Edi- 
tion. \_Ibid.'\ 1825. 8vo, pp. 31. BA., H., N. 78548 



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Seabrook. An Essay on the Agricultural Capabilities of 
South Carolina. By Whitemarsh B. Seabrook. Columbia. 1848. 
8vo, pp. 76. 78549 

Seabrook. An Essay on the Management of Slaves, and 
especially, on their religious instruction ; read before the Agricul- 
tucal \}ic\ Society of St. John's Colleton. By Whitemarsh B. 
Seabrook, President. ... Charleston: Printed by A. E. Miller. 1834. 
8vo, pp. 31. B. 78550 

Seabrook. A Memoir on the Origin, Cultivation and Uses 
of Cotton, from the earliest ages to the present time, w^ith especial 
reference to the Sea-Island Cotton Plant, including the Improve- 
ments in its Cultivation, and the preparation of the Wool, &c. in 
Georgia and South-Carolina; read before the Agricultural Society 
of St. John's Colleton, November 13th, 1843, ^^"^ ^^^ State 
Agricultural Society of South-Carolina, December 6th, 1843, and 
by both societies ordered to be published. By Whitemarsh B. 
Seabrook, President of the State Agricultural Society of South- 
Carolina. Charleston : Printed by Miller ^ Browne. 1844. 8vo, 
pp. (4), 62, (1). b. 78551 

Cover-title : " Seabrook's Memoir of the Origin, Cultivation and Uses of Cotton." 

Seabrook. An Oration on Free-Masonry, delivered at Edisto- 
Island, on the 27th December, 1825. By Whitemarsh B. Sea- 
brook ... . Charleston : Printed by A. E. Miller. 1825. 8vo, pp. 
25. H. 78552 

Seabury (S.), b. 1706, d. 1J64.. A I Modest Reply | To | A 
Letter | From a Gentleman to his Friend | in | Dutchess-County. | 
Lately published by an Anonimous Writer. | By Samuel Seabury, 
A.M. I Missionary from the Society for the Propagation of the) 
Gospel in Foreign Parts. | ... | N'ezv York. | Printed in the Tear 

MDCCLIX.| 8vO, pp. 18. N. 78553 

Title furnished by Mr. Kelby. The pamphlet treats of the religious state of the 
province. 

Seabury. A Sermon Preach'd at New-London, Sunday, the 
2 1st of February, Anno Domini, 1741, 2. ... By Samuel Sea- 
bury, Missionary from the Society for propagating the Gospel in 
foreign Parts. A^. London: Printed by T. Green. i'J4-2. i6mo, pp. 
(4), 22. b. 78554 

Seabury (S.), b. 1729, d. 1796. The | Address | of the] Epis- 
copal Clergy of Connecticut, | to the Right Reverend | Bishop 
Seabury, | vi^ith the | Bishop's Answer. | And, A | Sermon, | Before 



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the Convention at Middletown, ] August 3d. 1785.] By the Rev- 
erend Jeremiah Learning, a.m. | Rector of Christ's Church, Strat- 
ford. I Also, I Bishop Seabury's first Charge, to the | Clergy of his 
Diocess, I Delivered at Middletown, August 4th. 1785. | With a 
List of the Succession of Scot's] Bishops, from the Revolution in 
1 688, to I the present Time. | Neiv-Haven : \ Printed by Thomas and 
Samuel Green. \ [1785.] 8vo, pp. 8, 18, 15, 5. N. 78555 

Corrected title of our No. 15654, Vol. iv., furnished by Mr. William Kelby. The 
second part contains Learning's sermon, ])p. 18; the third part Bishop Seabuiy's First 
Charge, pp. 15 ; the fourth part a list of Bishops, pp. 5. 

Seabury. The Address of the Episcopal Clergy of Connec- 
ticut to Bishop Seabury with his Answer. Bp. Seabury's first 
Charge ; with a list of the succession of Scot's Bishops from the 
Revolution in 1688. Edinburgh. 1786. 8vo. bm. 78556 

[Seabury.] An Address to the Merchants of New York ... 
[^New TorkF'\ 1774. 8vo. 7^557 

Title from Bishop Seabury's memorial, quoted in the note to No. 78581, infra. 

[Seabury.] An | Address | to the | Ministers and Congrega- 
tions I of the I Presbyterian and Independent | Persuasions | in the ] 
United States of America. | By a Member of the Episcopal 
Church. I [n. p.] Printed in the Tear M. DCC. xc. | l2mo, pp. 55. 
N. -{- Boston. 1797. l2mo. 78558 

Title furnished by Mr. Kelby. 

[Seabury and Wilkins (Isaac).] An | Alarm to the Legisla- 
ture I of the I Province of New-York, | occasioned by | The present 
Political Disturbances, | in | North America : | Addressed | To the 
Honourable Representatives | in | General Assembly | Convened, j 

... I New-Tor k : | Printed for Ja7nes Rivington., \ m,dcc,lxxv. | 8vo, 

pp. 13, (2). • J.C.B., N., H.S.P. 78559 

Dated, January 17, 1775. "^^^ ^^^^ '^^° pages contain a list of " pamphlets relating 
to the present Controversy between Great Britain and the Colonies." 

Seabury. Bishop Seabury's [ Second Charge, | to the | Clergy] 
of his I Diocess, | Delivered at Derby, | in the | State of Connecti- 
cut, | On the 22d. of September, 1786. | Published at the earnest 
desire of the Convocation. | New-Haven : \ Printed by Thomas and 
Samuel Green. \ [1786.] 8vo, pp. 20. N. 78560 

Title furnished by Mr. Kelby. For the first charge see No. 78555, supra. 

Seabury. The | Communion-Office, [ or Order | For the Ad- 
ministration I of the I Holy Eucharist | or | Supper of the Lord. ( 
With I Private Devotions, | Recommended to the Episcopal Con- 



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gregati- 1 ons in Connecticut, | By the Right Reverend | Bishop Sea- 
bury. I New-London : | Printed by T. Green^ m,dcc,lxxxvi. | 8vo, 
pp.23. N. 78561 

Title furnished by Mr. Kelby. A new edition as follows : 
Bishop Seabury's Communion Office. Reprinted in fac-simile. With an Historical 
Sketch and Notes by the Rev. Samuel Hart, m.a. ... Neiu York: T. Whittaker. 1875. 
i2mo. 

[Seabury and Wilkins.] The | Congress | Canvassed : | or, | 
An Examination | into | The Conduct of the Delegates, | at their j 
Grand Convention, | Held in Philadelphia, Sept. i, 1774. | Ad- 
dressed, I To the Merchants of New-York. | By J. W. Farmer. | 
Author of Free Thoughts, &c. |...| \_New York {\ Printed \hy 
'James Rivington'\ in the Tear M,DCC,Lxxiv. | Svo, pp. 27, (i). 

This is a reply to Alexander Hamilton's " Full Vindication of the Measures of the 

Congress." 

[Seabury and Wilkins.] The Congress Canvassed : or, an 
Examination into the Conduct of the Delegates, at their Grand 
Convention, held in Philadelphia, Sept. i, 1774. Addressed to 
the Merchants of New York. By A. W. Farmer, Author of 
Free Thoughts, &c. ... New York Printed. London., Reprinted 
for Richardson and Urqiihart^ 1775- 8vo, half-title, title, and pp. 
59- 78563 

Seabury. A | Discourse] delivered before the | Triennial Con- 
vention I of the I Protestant Episcopal Church | in the | United 
States of America, | In Trinity-Church, | New- York, | on the 
Twelfth Day of September, One Thousand | Seven Hundred and 
Ninety-two. | By Samuel Seabury, D.D. | Bishop of Connecticut 
and Rhode-Island. | New-York : \ Printed by Hugh Gaine^ at the 
Bible^ in\Hanover-S/^uarej\ iyg2.\ Svo, pp. 27. N. 78564 

Seabury. A | Discourse | delivered in| St. James* Church, | in 
New-London, I On Tuesday the 23d of December, 1794; [before 
an assembly of | Free and Accepted Masons. | Convened for the 
purpose of installing] A Lodge in that City. ] By Samuel Seabury, 
D.D. ] Bishop of Connecticut and Rhode Island. [ New-London ;\ 
Printed by Brother Samuel Green^ ] M. DCC. xcv. [ Svo, pp. 23. N. 

This tide and the one preceding were furnished by Mr. Kelby. 

Seabury. A Discourse delivered in St. John's Church, in 
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, at the conferring the Order of 
Priesthood on the Rev. Robert Fowle, a.m. of Holderness. On 
the Festival of St. Peter, 1791. By the Right Rev. Samuel 
Seabury, d.d. Bishop of Connecticut. ... Boston: Printed by 
Isaiah Thomas and Ebene-zer T. Andrews, mdccxci. Svo, pp. 22. 



l80 SEABURY. 

Seabury. a I Discourse | on Brotherly Love, | Preached before 
the Honourable Fraternity | of | Free and Accepted Masons, | of 
Zion Lodge, | At St. Paul's Chapel, in New York, | On the Festi- 
val of St. John the Baptist [June 24th], | One Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Seventy-seven. | By Samuel Seabury, m.a. | New 
York : I Pr'mted by Hugh Gaine^ in Hanover-Square^ \ M, DCC, Lxxvii. 
8vo, pp. 20. 78567 

Title from Mr. Kelby. 

Seabury. A Discourse on 11 Tim. iii. 16. Delivered in St. 
Paul's and St. George's Chapels, in New York, on Sunday the 
nth of May 1777. By Samuel Seabury, m.a. New York: 
Printed hy Hugh Gaine. 1777. 8 vo. 78568 

" The above sermon was written several years ago, and was preached in Trinity 
Church, in this city, in April, lyy;. No person, who has ever felt that partiality 
which most men have for their own productions, will be surprised at the author's saying 
he was pleased with the composition. However, neither his vanity, nor the importunity 
of friends, have been the cause of its publication. Upon preaching it lately in St. 
Paul's and St. George's Chapels in this City, it fell under the censure of some who 
heard it; the author hopes on/y because it was misunderstood. He has therefore taken 
the liberty to send it into the world to speak for itself, and recommends it to the pro- 
tection of the candid and reasonable part of mankind, to whose judgment, however it 
may make against him, he shall ever pay the greatest regard." — Neiv York Gazette and 
Weekly Mercury, July 7, IITJ. 

Seabury. Discourses on Several Subjects. By Samuel Sea- 
bury, D.D. Bishop of Connecticut and Rhode Island. ... New- 
York: Printed by T. fif y. Swords. 1 793. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. x, 344; 
viii, 301. BA. 78569 

Seabury. Discourses on Several Important Subjects. By 
the late Right Rev. Samuel Seabury, d.d. ... New-York : Printed 
by T. & J. Swords. 1798. 8vo, pp. vii, 279. B., BA. 78570 

Seabury. Discourses on Several Subjects. By Samuel Sea- 
bury, D.D. Bishop of Connecticut and Rhode-Island. In two 
volumes. ... Hudson : Piiblished hy tVilltam E. Norman. 18 15. 2 
vols., 8vo, pp. 298 ; 300. Portrait of Bishop Seabury, engraved 
by Gimbrede. H. 78571 

Seabury. The Duty of Considering our Ways : A Discourse 
preached at New London, at the Ordination of R. Fowle to the 
Holy Order of Deacons ... New London. 1789. 8vo. 78572 

[Seabury.] An Earnest Persuasive to the Frequent Receiv- 
ing of the Holy Communion. Second Edition. Middletown : 
Printed by T. Dunning. 1816. i2mo, pp. 23. N. 78573 

Edited by the Rev. B. G. Noble . A new edition was subsequently published, edited 
by Rev. H. Crosswell, d.d., of New Haven. 



SEABURY. l8l 

[Seabury and Wilkins.] Free Thoughts, | on | The Proceed- 
ings of I the I Continental Congress, | Held at Philadelphia Sept. 5, 
1774: I Wherein | Their Errors are exhibited, | their | Reasonings 
Confuted, | and | The fatal Tendency of their Non-Importation, 
Non-Ex- 1 portation, and Non-Consumption Measures, are | laid 
open to the plainest Understandings ; | and | The Only Means 
pointed out | For Preserving and Securing | Our present Happy 
Constitution : | In | A Letter | to | The Farmers, | and other Inhabit- 
ants of I North America | In General, j And to those of the Prov- 
ince of Neu^-York | In Particular. | By a Farmer. | Hear me, for 
I WILL speak ! | \_Ne%u 7'ork ;] Printed [by James Rivington'] in the 
Tear M. dcc. lxxiv. | 8vo, pp. 24. N. 78574 

Signed " A. W. Farmer" on page 23. For a reply to this pamphlet, published under 
the title of "A Full Vindication of the Measures of the Congress," see [Hamilton 
(Alex.)], Vol. VIII., No. 29956. See also Ford's " Bibliotheca Hamiltoniana," No. I. 

[Seabury and Wilkins.] Free Thoughts | on the | Proceed- 
ings | of the] Continental Congress, | held at | Philadelphia, Sept. 5, 
1774: I wherein I Their Errors are Exhibited, | their | Reasonings 
confuted, | and the | Fatal Tendency of their Non-Importation, | 
Non-Exportation, and Non-Consumption] Measures, are laid open 
to the plainest Under- 1 standings ; | and | The Only Means pointed 
out for Preserving | and Securing our present Happy Constitution : | 
In a Letter to the Farmers, and | other Inhabitants of North 
America I in general, and to those of the Province of New- 1 York 
in particular. | By a Farmer. | ... | New-Tor k^ Printed : \ London Re- 
printed for Richardson and \ Urquhart^ at the Royal Exchange, l 775. 
8vo, half-title, title, and pp. 50. n. 78575 

Signed, "A. W. Farmer" on page 48. 

Seabury. St. Peter's Exhortation | To fear God and honor 
the King, | Explained and inculcated : | In a | Discourse | addressed | 
To His Majesty's | Provincial Troops, | In Camp | at King's- 
Bridge, | On Sunday the 28th Sept. 1777. | By Samuel Seabury, 
A.M. I Published at the Desire of His Excellency | Major General 
Tryon. | New-Tor k : \ Printed by H. Gaine^ at the Bible and Crown \ 
in Hanover- Square. \ [1777.] 8vo, pp. 23. BA. 78576 

[Seabury.] A Sermon delivered before the Boston Episcopal 
Charitable Society, ... March 25, 1788. By the Right Reverend 
Father in God, Samuel, Bishop of Connecticut. Boston : Printed 
by Thomas and John Fleet. 1788. 8vo, pp. (4), 24, 6. BA., W. 

Delivered in Trinity Church, Boston, on the anniversary of Easter. 
VOL. XIX. 12, 



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Seabury. a I Sermon, Preached before the | Grand Lodge, | 
and I The other Lodges | of Ancient Freemasons, | in New York, | 
At St. Paul's Chapel, | On the Anniversary of St, John the 
Evangelist, | 1782. | By Samuel Seabury, D.D. | New-Tork : | Printed 
by Robertsons^ Mills and Hicks. \ M.DCC.LXXXill. | 8vo, pp. 23. N. 

Title from Mr. Kelby. 

[Seabury.] A Sermon preached in St. James's Church, New 
London, Ash-Wednesday, 1789. By the Rt. Rev. Father in 
God, Samuel, Bishop of Connecticut. New Haven. [1789.] 
8vo. 78579 

[Seabury and Wilkins.] A | View | of the | Controversy | 
between I Great-Britain and her Colonies: | Including] A Mode or 
Determining their present Disputes, | Finally and EfFecually ; | and 
of preventing | All Future Contentions. | In | A Letter, | To the 
Author of I A Full Vindication | of | The Measures of the Con- 
gress, I from the | Calumnies of their Enemies. | ... | By y/. JV. 
Farmer. I Author of Free Thoughts, hc.\ New-Tork :\ Printed by 

y^W^i ^/i;/«^/(J«, I M, DCC, LXXIV. I 8vO, pp. 37. BA. 78580 

For a reply to this see [Hamilton (Alex.)], Vol. viii., No. 29955, and the note 
thereto. 

[Seabury and Wilkins.] A View of the Controversy 
between Great Britain and her Colonies : including a Mode of 
determining their present Disputes finally and effectually; and 
preventing all future Contentions. In a Letter to the Author or 
A Full Vindication of the Measures of Congress from the Cal- 
umnies of their Enemies. By A. W. Farmer. New-Tork printed: 
London reprinted : Richardson and XJrquhart^ mdcclxxv. 8vo, pp. 
(4), 90. s. 78581 

" The revolutionary measures advocated by the Congress were far from receiving gen- 
eral acceptance, and in New York they elicited some sharp and vigorous controversial 
pamphlets. It was the general opinion at the time that Samuel Seabury was the author 
of two of the ablest of these tracts, though the claims for their authorship are now 
divided between Seabury and Isaac Wilkins, while each may have assisted the other in 
a joint production which rendered at this time the name of a ' Westchester Farmer ' 
famous." — Winsor's Narrat'inje and Critical History of America, vi. 104. 

The authorship of the pamphlets signed "A. W. Farmer," or a Westchester Farmer, 
was claimed by Dr. Seabury in the draft of a petition addressed by him to Commissioners 
Coke and Wilmot, in England, about the year 1 78 3, in which he declares, that "your 
Memorialist ... published a pamphlet entitled Free thoughts on the proceedings of the Con- 
gress at Philadelphia very soon after the first Congress broke up, & had shown by their 
adopting the Suffolk resolves that they had entered into a deep scheme of rebellion 
which pamphlet he addressed to the Farmers & landholders, intending to point out in a 
way accomodated to their comprehension, the destructive influence that the measures of 
the Congress if pursued, would have on the farmers Sc the laboring part of the Com- 
munity. That as no pamphlet at that period seems to have given the republicans more 



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uneasiness than this, several answers to it were published ; which obliged your memori- 
alist to write another pamphlet in support of it called the Congress Canvassed, previous to 
which he had published an Address to the Merchants of Neiv Tork, in which he had 
endeavored to convince them of the evil tendency of the non-importation & non-expor- 
tation agreements & that their happiness & true interests depended on their connection 
with & subordination to G. B. — That at the Meeting of the next assembly he published 
an alarm to the Legislature of New York — in which he endeavored to show that by 
adapting & establishing the proceedings of the Congress as most other assemblies had 
done, they would betray the rights & liberties of their constituents, set up a new sover- 
eign power in the Province & plunge it into the horrors of rebellion & civil war. ... 
These several pamphlets were published under the signature of A. W. Farmer, & that 
they were written by your Memorialist, he refers to the certificates of Dr. M. Cooper, 
hereunto annexed, & to the testimony of Dr. Chandler & I[nglis].'" See the article by 
D. Williams \j.e. B. F. De Costa] on "The Westchester Farmer," in the "Magazine 
of American History," vol. viii., pp. 11 7-122; also Ford's "Bibliotheca Hamiltoniana," 
Nos. 1-3. 

Mr. Kelby has called my attention to several articles in the early newspapers which 
relate to the controversy concerning the authorship of these pamphlets. The writer of 
two articles in Shepard Kollock's " New York Gazetteer " of January 3d and 17th, 
1786, signed "A Whig," states explicitly that Bishop Seabury "was the author of that 
infamous pamphlet, called A. W. Farmer, which has been the ruin of thousands," and 
that he " did, in the day of British power and insolence, often boast of that perform- 
ance as a very meritorious one, and as a feather in his cap, which justly entitled him to 
the sinicure which he enjoyed at Richmond." The first article was replied to in the 
"Daily Advertiser" of January 12th, 1786, by " Episcopus," who denies that Seabury 
was the author, and adds : " it is almost universally known, that the said pamphlet was 
published by the then representative of West-Chester County [/'. e. Isaac Wilkins], who 
is now lamenting his destiny in the regions of Nova Scotia." In Solomon Southwick's 
" Newport Mercury" for November 21, 1774, is an article signed "A True American," 
in which the A. W. Farmer pamphlets are referred to, and are "said to be the produc- 
tion of a couple of inccndary, prostituted, hireling scriblers, not far from Hell Gate, in 
the province of New York." 

These pamphlets were also attributed to Isaac Wilkins alone, by many of his friends 
and contemporaries. Mr. John Pintard, the founder of the New York Historical 
Society, and a scholar well acquainted with the literary and political history of his time, 
was also of this opinion, as appears from a memorandum in his handwriting on one of 
these pamphlets, now in the library of the Society. In the biographical sketch of 
Wilkins, by his grandson Gouverneur Morris Wilkins (Sprague's "Annals of the 
American Pulpit," vol. v., p. 464), it is stated that "he was the reputed author of 
several political pamphlets, which rendered him odious to the Whigs. One, 'The 
West Chester Farmer,' has been claimed by a late historian as the product of another 
pen ; but the claim, whatever may be the result, does honour to the authorship. But, 
until some documentary evidence disturbs traditions, and the testimony of other writers, 
the question is not at issue." They are also attributed to Wilkins by Mr. Sabine, in 
his " Loyalists of the American Revolution." 

For the title of the sermon preached at the consecration of Bishop Seabury, in Aber- 
deen, see [Skinner (John)]. See Beardsley's "Life and Correspondence of the Right 
Reverend Samuel Seabury," Boston, 188 1. See also "The Psalter," Vol. xvi., No. 
66462, an*/ the Brinley catalogue. No. 6109, note. 

Seabury (S.), b. 1801, d. 1872. American Slavery distin- 
guished from the Slavery of English Theorists, and Justified by 
the Law of Nature. By Rev. Samuel Seabury, d.d. ... New 
York: Mason Brothers. 1 86 1. l2mo, pp. x, 319. H. -|- Second 
Edition. S^Ibid^ 1 86 1. l2mo, pp. xii, 319. 78582 



184 SEABURY. 

Seabury. a Brief View of the Origin and Results of Epis- 
copacy in the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States 
of America. A Discourse delivered in St. Luke's Church, New 
York, on the Sunday after the decease of the Right Reverend 
William White, d.d. Late Senior Bishop of said Church. By 
the Rev. Samuel Seabury. New-York : Protestant Episcopal Press^ 
Print. M Dccc XXXVI. 8vo, pp. 29. A. 78583 

Seabury. The Continuity of The Church of England in 
the Sixteenth Century. ... By the Rev. Samuel Seabury, d.d. ... 
New York: Pudney ^ Russell. 1853. '^^o-> PP- x, 174, (i). ba. 

Seabury. The Joy of the Saints : a Discourse on the third 
Sunday after Easter, a. d. mdcccxliv. ... [on] the Death of the 
Rev. Arthur Carey, a.m. An Assistant Minister in the Church 
of the Annunciation, New York, by the Rev. Samuel Seabury, 
D.D. ... New York: "James A. Sparks. 1844. 8vo, pp. 28. --|- 
Second Edition. [/^/V.] 1844. 8vo, pp. 28. b. -f Third Edi- 
tion. \_Ibid.'] 1844. 8vo, pp. 28. 78585 

See also Vol. xv., No. 65970. 

Seabury. A Sermon by the Rev. Samuel Seabury, d.d., in 
reference to the Trial of the Right Rev'd Benj. T. Onderdonk, 
D.D., Bishop of the Diocese of New-York. Preached in the 
Church of the Annunciation, on Sunday, January 5th, 1845. 
From the Churchman of Jan. nth. ... [Colophon:] Published 
and for sale by J. A. Sparks., at the Churchman^ s Book-Store., 161 
Fulton Street., opposite St. Paul's., New-York. [1845.] 8vo, pp. 7. 

Seabury. The Study of the Classics on Christian Principles, 
[n. p. 1851.] i2mo, pp. 12. N. 78587 

Signed Samuel Seabury, and dated, "Christian Institute, Flushing, L. I. April i8. 
1851.' 

Seabury. The Supremacy of Conscience : considered with 
reference to the opposite errors of Romanism and Protestantism. 
By the Rev. Samuel Seabury, d.d. ... New York: Daniel Dana., 
Jr. i860. 8vo, pp. 61. b. 78588 

Seabury. Witness unto the Truth. A Sermon preached in 
Trinity Church, New York, on Tuesday, May 7th, 1861, at the 
funeral of the Right Reverend Benjamin Tredwell Onderdonk, 
D.D. ... By Samuel Seabury, d.d. ... New York : Mason Brothers. 
1861, 8vo, pp. 40. BA. 78589 



SEALL. 185 

Sermons before the Bishop Seabury Association of Brown 
University. New York. 1869. 8vo, pp. 68. 7^590 

Missionary Paper by the Bishop Seabury Mission. Number 
Twenty-Eight. Christmas 1863. Faribault, Minnesota. The 
Indian System. Faribault^ Minnesota : Central Republican ... 
Office. 1863. 8vo, pp. II. Continued. 7^591 

Also: Missionary Paper of the Bishop Seabury Mission. Number Forty-one. ... 
The Work of the Bishop Seabury Mission. Faribault : Printed at the Central Republi- 
can Office. 1868. 8vo, pp. 5, (2). See also Vol. xii., No. 49474. 

Seager (D. W.) The Resources of Mexico. ... Mexico. 
1867. 8vo. 78592 

Seager (E. S.) The Education of Woman. An Address 
read before the Young Ladies' Literary Society of the Genesee 
Wesleyan Seminary, by Mrs. E. S. Seager. Second Edition. 
Buffalo. 1852. 8vo. 78593 

Seagrave (R.) Remarks upon the Bishop of London's last 
Pastoral Letter. In Vindication of Mr. Whitfield and his par- 
ticular Doctrines. By Robert Seagrave, m.a. London. 1739. 
8vo, pp. 35. + Philadelphia : Andrnv Bradford. 1740. l2mo. 

A copy of the Philadelphia edition is in the Congregational Library at Boston. 

Seagrave. The True Protestant : A Dissertation shewing 
the Necessity of Asserting the Principles of Liberty in their full 
Extent. By Robert Seagrave ... Boston. 1748. i2mo. 78595 

Seagrave. The | True Protestant : | A | Dissertation, | Shewing 
I The Necessity of asserting the Principles | of Liberty in their 
full Extent. I By Robert Seagrave, a.m. | ... | London Printed : \ 
Philadelphia Re-printed^ and Sold by IV. Bradford.^ | at the Sign of 
the Bible in Second-Street. | MDCCXLViii. | Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), 35, (l). 

Title from Hildeburn. An edition with a similar imprint, but dated 1747, is 
described in the Brinley catalogue, No. 7842. 

Seall (R.) a Commendation of the Aduenterus viage of 
the wurthy Captain M. Thomas Stutely Esquyer and others 
towards the Land called Terra Florida. [At the end :] Finis qd. 
Robert Seall. Imprinted at London at the long Shop adjoyning unto 
Saint Mildreds Churche in the Pultrie^ by 'John Allde. [1563.] 
Folio, I page. 78597 

A ballad. There is a copy in Mr. Christie-Miller's collection at Britwell, from which 
it was reprinted in J. P. Collier's "Old Ballads" (Percy Society, London, 1840, vol. i.), 
PP- 11,-11- &« Arber's "Transcript of the Registers of the Company of Stationers of" 
London," vol. i., p. 215. "Most of the existing information regarding the celebrated 
adventurer Thomas Stutely, or Stukeley, is to be found in a note to Dyce's Peele's 



l86 SEAMAN. 



Works, II. 82. The name of Robert Seall, who subscribes the ensuing ballad, is new 
in poetical bibliography; and if he wrote anything else, it has not been recovered. John 
Allde must have printed this broadside at an early date, because Stuteley's voyage to 
Florida was one of his first enterprises. The parallel between Stuteley and Columbus, 
near the end, is singular." — Collier. 

Seally (John). A Complete Geographical Dictionary, or 
Universal Gazetteer of Ancient and Modern Geography, contain- 
ing a full ... description of the known World in Europe, Asia, 
Africa and America. Maps and Plates and Extracts from the 
private MS. of one of the officers who accompanied Capt. Cook 
on his voyages. The Astronomical Papers by Israel Lyons. 
London. 1781-83. 2 vols., 4to. -{-London. 1786. 2 vols., 410. 

Sealsfield (Charles), pseudon. [z. e. Karl Postl.] La prairie 
du Jacinto. Roman traduit de I'allemand par Gustave Revilliod. 
Geneve. 1861. 8vo, pp. xii, 445. 78599 

For other works by this author, see Vol. xv., Nos. 64533-64561. 

Sealy (Celer), pseudon. Echoes from the Garrett. [In verse.] 
By Celer Sealy. Rochester., N. T. 1862. i6mo, pp. xii, 132. 

A Seaman, pseudon. See [Weaver (Lieut. W. A.)] 

[Seaman (Ezra C), b. 1805, d. 1880.] ... The Amend- 
ment to the Constitution of the United States, and the interpret- 
ation thereof. Powers of the Federal Government to protect 
the colored people ; and the proper functions of a Freedmen's 
Bureau. \_Ann Arbor. 1866.] 8vo, pp. 8. 78601 

With heading: "From the Ann Arbor Journal, of March 15th and 22d, 1866." 

Seaman. The American System of Government. Its Char- 
acter and Workings, its Defects, outside Party Machinery and 
Influences, and the Prosperity of the People under its Protection. 
By Ezra C. Seaman ... . New York: C. Scribner ^ Co. 1870. 
i2mo, pp. xii, 282. B., H. 78602 

Seaman. Argument of E. C. Seaman, on Judicial Legisla- 
tion, and the General Banking Laws of Michigan. Detroit : O. 
S. GuUey & Co. 1844. 8vo, pp. 40, 6. ba. 78603 

Seaman. Commentaries on the Constitutions and Laws, Peo- 
ples and History, of the United States ; and upon the Great Re- 
bellion and its causes. By Ezra C. Seaman, Counsellor at Law, 
and Author of Essays on the Progress of Nations. Ann Arbor : 
Printed for the Author^ at the Journal Office. 1863. 8vo, pp. vii, 
287, and printed covers. B., c. 78604 



SEAMAN. 187 

Seaman. Essays on the Progress of Nations, in Productive 
Industry, Civilization, Population, and Wealth ; illustrated by 
Statistics of Mining, Agriculture, Manufactures, Commerce, 
Banking, Revenues ... . By Ezra C. Seaman. Detroit : M. Gei- 
ger ^ Co.^ Printers. 1846. 8vo, pp. viii, 455, (l). -\- New York : 
Baker ^ Scribner. 1846. 8vo, pp. viii, 455, (l). H. 78605 

Also: Supplement to Essays on the Progress of Nations, in Pioductive Industry, 
Civilization, Population, and Wealth; illustrated by Statistics. ... No. i. l^eiv Tork : 
Baker and Scribner. [1847?] 8vo, pp. 91. B. -(- No. 11. \_Ibid.'] 1848. 8vo, pp. 
97-192. 

Seaman. Essays on the Progress of Nations, in Civilization, 
Productive Industry, Wealth and Population. Illustrated by Sta- 
tistics ... . By Ezra C. Seaman. New Tork: Charles Scribner. 
1852. i2mo, pp. xxvi, 631. B. 78606 

Seaman. Essays on the Progress of Nations, in Civilization, 
Productive Industry, Wealth and Population. Illustrated by Sta- 
tistics of Mining, Agriculture, Manufactures, Commerce, Coin, 
Banking, Internal Improvements, Emigration, and Population, 
By Ezra C. Seaman. Eirst Series. New Tork: Charles Scribner 
bf Co. 1868. i2mo, pp. xxvi, 645. + Second Series. \_Ibid.'\ 
1868. i2mo, pp. xvi, 659. B. 78607 

Seaman (H. I.) Speech of Henry I. Seaman, of New York, 
on the Tariff. Delivered in the House of Representatives or 
the U. S., June 29, 1846. Washington : Printed by "J. & G. S. 
Gideon. 1846. 8vo, pp. 16. 78608 

Seaman. Speech of Henry I. Seaman, ... on the Appropria- 
tion for the Fortification at the Narrows on Staten Island. ... 
Washington. 1846. 8vo. 78609 

Seaman. Speech of Henry I. Seaman, of New York, on the 
Navy Appropriation Bill, which passed the House of Reps, on 
the 29th of Jan., 1847. \_Washington. 1847.] 8vo, pp. 7. H. 

Seaman. Speech of Mr. Henry I. Seaman, of N. Y., on the 
Mexican War, and other measures of the administration. De- 
livered in the House of Representatives ... Feb. 13, 1847. 
Washington : J. dff G. S. Gideon.^ Printers. 1847. ^^^j PP' '4" 

Seaman (J.) A Copy of an account written by Jordan Sea- 
man of Jericho, tracing the family of Seamans descended from 
Captain John Seaman of Hempstead, [n. p. 1870?] Large 410, 
6 leaves. 78612 

Dated, January, 1800. 



155 SEARCH. 

Seaman (L.) What Miscegenation is ! and [picture of a 
negro kissing a white woman] What we are to expect Now 
that Mr. Lincohi is Re-elected. By L. Seaman, ll.d. Waller 
y Willetts^ Publishers^ New York. [1865.] 8vo, pp. 8, and printed 
covers. b. 78613 

Seaman (V.), h. 1770, d. 1817. An Account of the Epi- 
demic Yellow Fever, as it appeared in the City of New York in 
... 1795 ... By Valentine Seaman ... . New York: Printed by 
Hopkins ^W ebb l^ Co. 1796. 8vo, pp. ix, 52. B. +[//>/>/.] 1797. 
8vo, pp. ix, 246. 78614 

This was reissued by Noah Webster in his "Collection of Papers." 

Seaman. A | Dissertation | on the | Mineral Waters | of | Sara- 
toga ; I containing | a topographical description of the country, and 
the I situation of the several Springs ; an analysis of | the waters, as 
made upon the spot, together | with remarks on their use in medi- 
cine, I and a conjecture respecting their | natural mode of forma- 
tion ; I Also, I a method of making an artificial mine-|ral water, 
resembling that of Sa-|ratoga, both in sensible qual-|ities and in 
medicinal virtue. | By Valentine Seaman, m.d. | Physician in the 
City of New York. | ... | New-York : | Printed by Samuel Campbell., \ 
No. 27 J^^fiover Square. \M.,DCC.,xcni.\ 8vo, pp. 40. H. 78615 

The dedication of this work, to Chancellor Livingston, is dated ist mo. 1st, 1793. 
The Dissertation was probably written in 1792, or earlier, and is said to have been first 
read as a thesis at Columbia College. 

Seaman. A Dissertation on the Mineral Waters of Saratoga. 
Including an Account of the Waters of Ballston. Second Edi- 
tion ... Enlarged. By Valentine Seaman, m.d. One of the Sur- 
geons of the New-York Hospital. ... Netu-York : Printed and 
sold by Collins & Perkins. 1 809. l6mo, pp. 131. Map. 78616 

Seaman. A Short Account of the Death and of the Charac- 
ter of ... Edward Miller. ... By V. Seaman, m.d. ... New-York : 
Printed by Collins and Co, 1813. 8vo, pp. 21. B. 78617 

Also: Discourse on Vaccination ... Neiu York. 1816. 8vo. — Inaugural Disserta- 
tion on Opium ... Philadelphia. 1 792. 8vo. 

Report as to the Finances and Management of the Seaman's 
Retreat, from its establishment, in 1831, to January, 1854. 
New York : Printed by ^John M. Elliott. 1854. 8vo, pp. 55. Con- 
tinued. B. 78618 

Search (Simon), pseudon. The Spirit of the Times. In a 
Series of Observations on the Important Events of the Age. By 



SEARL. 189 

Simon Search. Literature. Containing An Enquiry into the 
Utility of a Knowledge of the Latin and Greek Languages, as a 
Branch of Liberal Education ; — with Hints on a Plan of Liberal 
Instruction, without them : also, Thoughts upon the Amusements 
and Punishments which are proper for Schools ; in a Letter 
addressed to George Clymer, Esq. By Dr. Rush of Philadel- 
phia. London: H. Gardner ... mdccxci. 8vo, pp. (2), 197-231. 

The Searcher. A New Monthly, devoted to the Livestiga- 
tion ... of the Scriptures. Edited by Rev. P. Phelps. No. i. 
Holland^ Michigan. 1863. 8vo. 78620 

[Seares (Alexander), and others. ~\ An | Account | of the | Rea- 
sons I Why a Considerable Number, (about Fifty, | whereof Ten 
are Members in full Communi-|on) Belonging to the New- 
North Congregati- 1 on in Boston, could not Consent to | Mr. Peter 
Thacher's Ordination there. | Who has left his Flock at Wey- 
mouth, and Ac-|cepted of a Call in Boston, without the Ap- | 
probation, and contrary to the Advice of the | Ministers in this 
Town. I With a Declaration of the Dissatisfied Brethren | of the 
Church, &c. | ... | [^Boston ;] Printed in the Tear 1720. | 8vo, pp. 
(6), 56. B., H., M., w. 78621 

[Seares, and others.^ A \ Vindication | of the | New-North- 
Church in Boston, | From several Falshoods spread | in a | Pam- 
phlet I Lately Published, | Tending to their Defamation, | Entituled, 
(An Account of the Reasons why a conside- 1 rable Number 
belonging to the New- 1 North Congregation in Boston, could 
not I consent to Mr. Peter Thacher's Ordi-| nation there, &c. | 
With an Invitation to the Dissatisfyed Bre-|thren of the said 
Church to put an End to their Con- 1 troversy in a Christian 
Way. j By several of the xMembers of that Church. | Boston : 
Printed by jf. Franklin for \ D. Henchman.^ and sold at his Shop over\ 
against the Brick Meeting House. 1720. | 8vo, pp. (2), 14. B. 

Improved title of No. 42778, Vol. x. 

Searing (E.) President Lincoln in History. An Address 
delivered in the Congregational Church, Milton, Wisconsin, on 
Fast Day, June 1st, 1865, by Edward Searing, a.m.. Professor 
of Languages in Milton Academy. "Janesville : Feeder ^ Deve- 
reux ... Printers. 1865. 8vo, pp. 20. 78623 

Searl (J.), b. 1723, d. 1787. The Character and Reward of 
a good I and faithful Servant of Jesus Christ. | A | Funeral Sermon, | 
occasioned by the Death of the | Rev. Jonathan Parsons, | Minister 



190 



SEARS. 



of the Presbyterian | Congregation | in | Newbury-Port, | Who 
departed this life | July 19th, 1776. | By John Searl, a.m., v.d.m. | 
Newbwy-port :\ Printed by "John My call. 1778. | 8vo, pp. Ixvi. ba. 

Searl. A | Funeral Sermon | delivered at Newbury-Port, Dec. 
30, 1770, I Occasioned by the Death of | Mrs. Phebc Parsons, | 
Consort of the] Rev. Jonathan Parsons, | iVIinister of the Presby- 
terian Congregation there : | Who departed this life on Wednesday 
the 26th instant, | in the 55th Year of her Age. | By John Searl, 
a.m. I ... I Boston., New- England : \ Printed by T. and y. Fleet.^for 
B. Emerson^\in Neivbury-Port., i']']l.\ 8vo, pp. 54. ba., c, n. 

Searl. Revelation a Guide to Reason : or, | The Word of 
God our supreme Rule] in Religion. | A [ Sermon | delivered at the] 
Ordination | of the | Reverend Mr. Stephen Peabody, | To the Pas- 
toral Care of the Church in | Atkinson. | November 25. mdcc- 
Lxxii. I By John Searl, a.m. | ... | Boston., Nezu- England : | Printed 
by Thomas and "John Fleet. 1773. j 8vo, pp. 35. ba. 78626 

Searle (L. C.) Washington, Our Example. The Father 

of a Nation will restore it to Peace. By Mrs. L. C. Searle. ... 

Philadelphia : Ja?nes Challen is' Son. 1865. 8vo, pp. 121, and 

printed covers. 78627 

Searle (R.) Discourse on the Anniversary of St. John the 
Evangelist. By Rev. Roger Searle. Hartford. 18 14. Svo. 

Searles (R. a.) Scraps and Poems. By Mrs. R. A. Searles. 
Cincinnati. 1851. l8mo, pp. 82. 78629 

Sears (A. F.) Re-organization of Florida. An Address 
delivered before a Meeting of the Citizens of Nassau County, 
Florida, at King's Ferry, on St. Mary's River ... July 22, 1865, 
By Major Alfred F. Sears, U.S. v. Boston: Geo. C Rand ^ Avery. 
1865. 8vo, pp. 25. H. 78630 

Sears (B.), b. 1802, d. 1880. Catalogue of the Library of 
President Barnas Sears ... of Brown University. ... Boston: Alfred 
Mudge iff Son., Printers. 1869. 8vo, pp. 95. B. 78631 

Sears. Education: an Address ... to the Constitutional Con- 
vention of the State of Virginia. ... January 23, 1868. By Rev.' 
Dr. Sears. Richmond. 1868. 8vo, pp. 18. B. 78632' 

Also : The Ciceronian : or the Prussian Method of teaching the Elements of the 
Latin Language adapted to the use of American Schools ... Boston. 1844. i2mo. 
Dr. Sears was the author of other educational works. See also Vol. ix., No. 35496; 
and Vol. XIV., No. 59389. 



SEARS. 191 

Sears (C. W.) A Sermon on the Occasion of the National 
Fast, appointed by Proclamation of President Lincoln, September 
26, 1 86 1, Preached in the ist Methodist E, Church, Urbana, 
O., By Rev. Clinton W. Sears .... Springfield^ Ohio: Republic 
"Job Printing Rooms. 1861. 8vo, pp. 16, (l), and covers. 78633 

[Sears (David).] Contrabands and Vagrants. [With Plan 
for Gradual Emancipation, published in New York, 1857.] Neiu- 
port.^ R. I. July 23, 1861. i2mo, pp. 42. B., H. 78634 

The article is written as a letter to Hon. Henry Wilson, and signed at the end 
" David Sears." 

[Sears.] Proposals for a Union of Churches in the Spirit of 
Charity. \_Boston. i860.] 4to, pp. 30. M. 78635 

See Dexter's "Bibliography of Congregationalism," No. 6583. 

Sears (E. H.), b. 18 10, d. 1876. An Address delivered at 
Lancaster, before the Washington Total Abstinence Society, Sun- 
day evening, December 5, 1841. By Edmund H. Sears, Minis- 
ter of the Congregational Society in Lancaster. ... Boston: Printed 
by Isaac R. Butts. 1841. i2mo, pp. 23. H. 78636 

Sears. A Discourse occasioned by the Death of Rev. Isaac 
Allen, of Bolton, Preached at Lancaster, March 24th, 1844. ^y 
Edmund H. Sears, Minister of the First Congregational Society 
in Lancaster. Worcester : Printed by Jonathan L. Estey. 1844. 
8vo, pp. 16. H. 78637 

Sears. A Discourse preached at Lancaster, Sunday, March 
19, 1843, ^^ ^^ Funeral of Deacon Samuel F. White, By Ed- 
mund H. Sears .... Boston: Benjamin H. Greene. 1843. 8vo, 
pp. 20. H. 78638 

Sears. Hindrances to a Successful Ministry. A Sermon 
preached at the Ordination of Jared M. Heard, in Clinton, Mass., 
August 25, 1858. By Edmund H. Sears. ... Boston: Leonard 
C. Bowles. 1858. 8vo, pp. 18. H. 78639 

[Sears.] [Notices of the Sears Family. Catnbridge., Mass. 
1855?] i2mo, pp. 14. 78640 

"This little pamphlet of fourteen pages I believe was printed at Cambridge, Mass., 
in 1855, without a title-page. The same matter will be found in Burke's 'Visitation 
of Seats and Arms,' and is mainly composed of information obtained by Mr. Somerby." 
— W. H. Whitmore. 

Sears. Pictures of the Olden Time, as shown in the For- 
tunes of a Family of the Pilgrims. By Edmund H. Sears. ... 
Boston : Crosby^ Nichols.^ and Company. 1857. i2mo, pp. viii, 342. 



192 S£ARS. 

Sears. Pictures of the Olden Time as shown in the For- 
tunes of a Family of the Pilgrims. By Edmund H. Sears. ... 
With a Genealogy. — Private edition. Boston: Crosby^ Nichols^ 
and Company. 1857. i2mo, pp. viii, 337; "Appendix," i leaf; 
Portrait ; Genealogies and Biographical Sketches of the Ancestry 
and Descendants of Richard Sears, the Pilgrim. ... [^Ibid.~\ 1857, 
pp. 96 ; Plate opposite p. 64. 78642 

The " Private edition " is rare. 

Sears. Revolution or Reform. A Discourse Occasioned by 
the Present Crisis. Preached at Wayland, Mass., Sunday, June 
15, 1856. By Edmund H. Sears. ... Boston: Crosby^ Nichols & 
Company. Ebenezer Clapp^ J^^- 1856. 8vo, pp. 16, and covers. 

Sears. Voices of the Past. A Discourse Preached at Lan- 
caster, the last Sabbath in the year, Dec. 29, 1844. By Edmund 
H. Sears. ... Printed by request, not published. Boston: Printed 
by George CooUdge. 1 845. 8vo, pp. 1 6. B. 78644 

Also: Athanasia ; or Foregleams of Immortality ... Boston. 1857. i2mo, pp. xii, 
340. + Boston. 1870. izmo. 

Sears (F.) An Oration, on the Nature and Perpetuity of 
American Independence, ... at Natick, July 4, a.d. 1809. Be- 
fore the Fifth Regiment of the P irst Brigade and Third Division 
of the Militia. By Freeman Sears. Dedham : Printed by H. 
Mann. 1809. 8vo, pp. 18. H., N. 78645 

Sears (H.) The People's Keepsake, or, Funeral Address on 
the Death of Abraham Lincoln, late lamented President of the 
United States, with the principal Incidents of his Life. Deliv- 
ered by Rev. Hiram Sears, a.m. in ... Mount Carmel, 111. ... 
April 23, 1865, and dedicated to the Loyal Men, Women, and 
Children of all Parties in the Country. Cincinnati : Poe iff Hitch- 
cock. R. P. Thompson.^ Printer. 1865. 8vo, pp. 18. 78646 

Sears (M.) The American Politician ; containing the Dec- 
laration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, 
the Inaugural and First Annual Addresses and Messages of all 
the Presidents, and other important state papers ; together with a 
selection of Interesting Statistical Tables, and Biographical No- 
tices of the signers of the declaration of independence, the sev- 
eral presidents, and many other distinguished characters. By M. 
Sears. Embellished with the Portraits of the Presidents, from 
Washington to Tyler. Boston : Published by E. Leland and TV. 'J. 
Whiting. 1842. 8vo, pp. 552. Plate, c, H. + Third Edition. 
\Ibid.'\ 1842. 8vo. 78647 



SEARS. 



'93 



Sears (R.) A Discourse delivered in the Presbyterian Church, 
New Scotland, May 14, 1841 ; the Day of Public Fasting and 
Prayer, on Account of the Death of William Henry Harrison, 
late President of the United States. By Reuben Sears. Albany: 
J. Mum ell. 1 84 1. 8 vo, pp. 23. 78648 

Sears. A Poem, on the Mineral Waters of Ballston and Sara- 
toga, with Notes illustrating the History of the Springs and adja- 
cent Country. By Reuben Sears, a.m. Ballston Spa: Published 
by the Author ; J. Comstock^ Printer. 18 19. i8mo, pp. 108. BA. 

Sears (R.), b. 18 10. A New and Popular Pictorial Descrip- 
tion of the United States ... Edited by Robert Sears. New 
York. 1848. 8vo. M. 78650 

Sears. A New and Popular Pictorial Description of the 
United States ; containing an Account of the Topography, Settle- 
ment, History, Revolutionary and other interesting Events ; Sta- 
tistics, Progress in Agriculture, Manufactories, and Population, of 
each State in the Union. Illustrated with Engravings. ... Edited 
by Robert Sears. Second Edition. New York : Robert Sears. 

MDCCCXLIX. 8vO, pp. 608. 78651 

Sears. A Pictorial Description of the United States ; embrac- 
ing the History, Geographical Position, Agricultural and Mineral 
Resources ... of each State ... . By Robert Sears. New edition, 
revised and enlarged. Neiv York: Robert Sears. 1853. ^^^^ PP* 
viii, 648. Woodcuts. H. 78652 

[Sears.] The Pictorial History of the American Revolution ; 
with a Sketch of the Early History of the Country, the Consti- 
tution of the United States, and a Chronological Index. Illus- 
trated with several hundred engravings. New York : Robert Sears. 
1845. 8vo, pp. 432. -f [/^/V/.] 1846. 8vo, pp. 432. + Thirty- 
sixth Thousand. [/^/V/.] 1853. 8vo, pp. 432. Engraved title. 
Portrait, and folded facsimile. + Boston, [n. d.] 8vo. 78653 

The preface is signed " R. S." and dated " New York, May i, 1845." 

Sears. Sears' Pictorial Magazine. Containing a Description 
of the State of Ohio. [New York? 185-?] 8vo. Plate. 

Title from a bookseller's catalogue. 

Sears. Thrilling Incidents of the Wars of the United States; 
comprising the most Striking and Remarkable Events of the Rev- 
olution, the French War, the Tripolitan War, the Second War 



194 SEARSON. 

with Great Britain, and the Mexican War ; with Three Hundred 
Engravings. By Robert Sears. New York. i860. 8vo. 

Sears. The Wonders of the World, in Nature, Art, and 
Mind; ... Library of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge; illus- 
trated with several hundred Engravings. ... By Robert Sears ... 
New York: Robert Sears, mdcccxliii. 8vo, pp. 528. ba. 

The Sears Fund. See Vol. 11., No. 6672. 

Searson (J.) The Art of Contentment, with Several enter- 
taining Pieces of Poetry descriptive of the present times in the 
U. States of America. By John Searson. Baltimore : W. Pechin. 
[179-?] i2mo, pp. 226. 78657 

Dedicated to General Washington. 

Searson. Mount Vernon, a Poem : [ Being the seat of his 
excellency George Washington, in the | State of Virginia ; | Lieu- 
tenant-general and commander in chief of the land forces of the | 
United States of America. | J|@^ This rural, romantic and descrip- 
tive Poem of the seat of so | great a character, it is hoped may 
please, with a copper-plate like- 1 ness of the General. It was 
taken from an actual view on the spot | by the author, 15th May, 
1799. Also a cursory view of George- 1 town, city of Washing- 
ton, and the capitol. | By John Searson, formerly of Philadelphia, 
merchant. | ... | Philadelphia : | Printed for the Author by Folwell. \ 
[1799.] 8vo, pp. 83. Portrait of Washington. l. 78658 

Dedicated to Washington. Most copies contain at the end : Elegiac Verses, | on the 
decease of | his late excellency, the illustrious and ever-memorable, great and good | Gen- 
eral George Washington, | of immortal memory. \_Philadelphia. 1800?] pp.4. 

Searson. Poems | on | Various Subjects and Different Occa- 
sions, I chiefly adapted to | Rural Entertainment | in the j United 
States of America. | By John Searson, | Formerly of Philadelphia, 
Merchant. | ... | Philadelphia : \ Printed by Snowden l^ M'-Corkle^ 
No. 47, North Fourth-street. \i']<^'] .\ 8vo, pp. 94, Contents and 
subscribers' names (8), Advertisement (i). L. 78659 

[Searson.] Two | Discourses | Delivered in the Prison of | 
Philadelphia, | On the two following Texts ; | Matthew xv. 25. j 
... I Isaiah xi.v. 15.]... (By a Lay-Man of the Church of Eng- 
land. I ... I Philadelpbia : | Printed and sold by William Evitt^ at the 
Sign of the | Bible-i7i~ Hearty in Strawberry- Alley ., for the Benefit of\ 
the Prisoners of the said Prison. [1770.] | 8vo, pp. 17. N. 

Title from Hildeburn. 



SEASONABLE. I95 

A I Seasonable | Account | Of The | Christian and Dying- Words, 
I Of Some Young- Men ; Fit for the consideration [ of all : But 
Especially of the Youth of this | Generation ; viz : | William 
Fletcher, 17 Years of age, | Tudor Brain, 17 Years of age, | and 
Richard Manliffe. | With a short Epistle [by George Whitehead] 
Prefixed. | Published for Instruction and Caution to the Youth j 
among Friends, called Quakers. | ... | Printed at Philadelphia by 
Reynier Jansen 1700. [ Sm. 4to, pp. 19. H.s.P. 78661 

Title from Hildeburn's "Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania," and the Brinley cata- 
logue. "Whitehead's Epistle (pp. 9, 10) is prefixed to the Account of Tudor Brain, 
first printed, London, 1697 {see Smith's Catal. of Friends' Books, 11. 716). William 
Fletcher, of Philadelphia, died Feb. 23, 1700." — J. H. Trumbull. Mr. Brinley 's 
copy (No. 345S) sold for $30. 

Seasonable Address of a Militia-Man to those of his Fraternity 
on the Prospect of a Peace. London: IVilkie. 1761. 8vo, pp. 
48. 78662 

A Seasonable Advice to the Inhabitants of the Province of 
Pennsylvania against the guiles of the Devil and Man. \^Phila- 
delphia. 1729?] Folio, pp. 3. 78663 

"Mentioned by Du Simetiere in his list of Books, etc., relating to Pennsylvania." 
Title and note from Hildeburn, No. 379. Perhaps the same as No. 70292, Vol. xvii. 

Seasonable Advice, to the Members of the British Parliament, 
concerning Conciliatory Measures with America ; and an Act of 
Perpetual Insolvency for Relief of Debtors with Some Strictures 
on the reciprocal Duties of Sovereigns, and Senators. London : 
y. Bew. M,DCC,LXXV. 8vo, pp. viii, 38. H. 78664 

"This writer warmly and fluently declaims in favor of the colonists and of confined 
debtors." — Monthly Re-vie'zv, liv. 257. 

Seasonable and affecting Observations on the Mutiny Bill, Ar- 
ticles of War, and use and abuse of a Standing Army. London : 
Owen. 1750. 8vo, pp. 67. 78665 

Seasonable and Candid Thoughts on Human Creeds or Arti- 
cles of Faith, as Religious Tests ... By an Orthodox Clergy- 
;j; man of Massachusetts. Boston. 1813. 8vo, pp. 46. M., w. 

Mr. Brinley's copy (No. 6364) was marked, "By Jacob Norton," in the hand of 
Rev. Seth Chandler. For a reply see No. 78669, infra. 

A Seasonable Caveat against Popery: | or, an | Essay | on the] 
Merchandise | of | Slaves and Souls of Men ; | Revelations xviii. 
13. I With an | Application | Thereof to the [ Church of Rome. | 
By a Gentleman. | ... ] Printed at Boston in New England., | and \ 



196 SEAVER. 

Reprinted at London^ for Joseph Downing^ \ in Bartholofnew-Close^ 
near West-Smith field^ 1733- i 8vo, pp. 6, I-35, (2). 78667 

By Paul Dudley, chief-justice of" Massachusetts. Page 35 is wrongly numbered 27. 
For the first edition lee Vol. v., No. 21087. This essay, as Dr. Trumbull remarks, 
has nothing to say of African slavery, or the slave-trade; but was aimed at "the 
church of Rome." 

Seasonable Observations on the Trade to Africa, in a Letter 
to a Member of Parliament. London. 1749. 4to, pp. 18. 

A Seasonable Plea for the Liberty of Conscience. See [Will- 
iams (Elisha)]. 

A Seasonable Testimony. See [Mather (C.)], Vol. xi. 46498. 

Seasonable Thoughts on Human Creeds or Articles of Faith, 
by an Orthodox Clergyman, shewn to be very Unreasonable 
Thoughts; in a Letter to a Friend. Boston. 1814. i2mo, pp. 
24. " 78669 

In reply to No. 78666, supra. 

The Seasons, An Interlocutory Exercise at the South Gram- 
mar School, June 26, 1765. Being the Day of the Annual Vis- 
itation of the Schools in Boston. ... Boston: Printed by T. & J. 
Fleet. MDCCLXV. 4to, pp. 8. H. 78670 

By John Lovell. Improved title of No. 42378, Vol. x. 

Seat (W. H.) The Confederate States of America in Proph- 
ecy. By the Rev. W. H. Seat, of the Texas Conference. Nash- 
ville., Tenn. : Printed for the Author. 1 86 1. i6mo, pp. 144. c. 

" We have endeavored to show that the United States were not only 'the Ancient 
of days,' but also 'the Mountain.' When this is fully made out, the identification of 
the Confederate States as the sixth power, or the stone cut out of the mountain, is easy, 
and even necessary." — Preface. 

Seat of the Muses. The Columbiad Parnassiad. Koul Jacob 
in defence of the Jewish Religion : containing the arguments of 
Rev. C. ¥. Frey, and an Answer thereto. New York. 1816. 
8vo, pp. 79. 78672 

Seatsfield, pseudon. See [Postl (Karl)], Vol. xv., Nos. 

64533-6456'- 

Seaver (A. M.) Gold tried in the Fire ; or, some Acconnt 
of the Life, Sufferings, and Death of Catharine Downing Will- 
iams. By Anna Maria Seaver. ... Andover : Warren F. Draper. 
1861. i6mo, pp. 72. H. 78673 



SEAVER. 197 

Seaver (B.) ... Address to the ... Common Council, By 
Benjamin Seaver ... . Boston: J. H. Eastburriy Printer. 1850. 
8vo, pp. 14. B. 78674 

With heading: "City Document. — No. 67." Also: Inaugural Address by Benja- 
min Seaver, Mayor, January, 1852. Boston. 1852. 8vo, pp. 4. — Inaugural Address 
... by Benjamin Seaver, Mayor ... Jan. 3, 1853 ... Boston: y. H. Eastburn, Printer. 
1853. 8vo, pp. 32. — ... Address By Hon. Benjamin Seaver ... on ... retiring from 
Office, December 31, 1853. ••• Boston: y. H. Eastburn, Printer. 1853. 8vo, pp. 21. 
With heading: "City Document. — No. 92." 

Seaver and Cox (S. A.) A Communication addressed to the 
Boston Board of Trade, By Benjamin Seaver and S. A. Cox, on 
the ... Scioto and Hocking Valley Railroad and Mineral Lands in 
Ohio ... with a Report of Preston S. Lincoln. ... Boston: Printed 
hy Button and Wentworth. 1855. 8vo, pp. 23, (i). H. 78675 

Seaver (E.) Statement of Votes in Congress given by the 
Hon. Ebenezer Seaver. Boston : Printed by John Eliot^ .7""- 
1812. 8vo, pp. 20. H. 78676 

Seaver (H.) An Oration delivered before the Mechanic 
Apprentices' Library Association, July 4, 1835. By Henry Sea- 
ver. Boston: Tuttle and Weeks. 1835. l2mo, pp. 22. H. 

Seaver (J. E.) A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemi- 
son, who was taken by the Indians, in the year 1755, When 
only about twelve years of age, and has continued to reside 
amongst them to the present time. Containing an account of 
the murder of her father and his family; her sufferings; her 
marriage to two Indians; her troubles with her children; Bar- 
barities of the Indians in the French and Revolutionary Wars ; 
the life of her last husband ; And many Historical Facts never 
before published. Carefully taken from her own words, Nov. 
29th, 1823. To which is added. An Appendix, Containing an 
Account of the Tragedy at the Devil's Hole, in 1763, and of 
Sullivan's Expedition ; the Traditions, Manners, Customs, &c., 
of the Indians, as believed and practised at the present day, and 
since Mrs. Jemison's captivity; together with some Anecdotes, 
and other entertaining Matter. By James E. Seaver. Howden : 
Printed for R. Parkin: Sold by T. Tegg.^ 73, Cheapside., London; 
Wilson and Sons, York; J. Noble, Hull; W. Walker, Otley ; and 
by every other bookseller. 1826. l8mo, pp. 180. 78678 

[Seaver.] Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison ... 
to her death at the Seneca Reservation, near Buffalo, N. Y., 
1833. ••• Rochester. 1840. 8vo. 78679 

VOL. XIX. 13 



198 SEAVER. 

Seaver. Deh-he-wa-mis: or a Narrative of the Life of Mary 
Jemison : otherwise called The White Woman, who was taken 
captive by the Indians in mdcclv ; and who continued with them 
seventy-eight years. Containing an account of the murder of 
her father and his family; her Marriages and Sufferings; Indian 
Barbarities, Customs and Traditions. Carefully taken from her 
own words. By James E. Seaver, Also the Life of Hiokatoo, 
and Ebenezer Allen ; a Sketch of General Sullivan's Campaign ; 
Tragedy of the " Devil's Hole," etc. The whole revised, cor- 
rected and enlarged : with descriptive and historical sketches of 
the Six Nations, the Genesee Country, and other interesting 
Facts connected with the Narrative : By Ebenezer Mix. Second 
Edition. Batavia^ N. T. Published by IVilliam Seaver and Son^ 
1842. i8mo, pp. 192. -f Utica. 1842. i8mo. + Third Edi- 
tion. Batavia. 1844. i8mo. s. 78680 

Seaver. Deh-he-wa-mis : or a Narrative of the Life of Mary 
Jemison : otherwise called the White Woman, who was taken 
captive by the Indians in mdcclv ; and who continued with them 
seventy-eight years. Containing an account of the murder of 
her father and his family ; her marriages and sufferings ; Indiaii 
Barbarities, Customs and Traditions. Carefully taken from her 
own words. By James E. Seaver. Also the life of Hiokatoo 
and Ebenezer Allen; and Historical Sketches of the Six Nations, 
the Genesee Country, and other interesting facts connected with 
the narrative; By Ebenezer Mix. Devon^ Published by S. Thoine^ 
Prospect-Place^ Shebbear. London^ W. Tegg^ 73, Cheapside. 1847, 
i8mo, pp. 184, 78681 

Seaver, Life of Mary Jemison: Deh-he-wa-mis. By James 
E. Seaver. Fourth edition, with geographical and explanatory 
notes. New York and Auburn : Miller^ Ortonl^ Mulligan. Roch- 
ester: D. M. Dewey. 1856. i2mo, pp. 312. 5 Plates, a. -\- 
Fourth edition ... New York: C. M. Saxton^ Barker ^ Co. i860. 
i2mo, pp. 312. -j- Fifth edition, with appendix. Buffalo., N Y. : 
Printing House of Matthews & IVarren^ Office of the " Buffalo Com- 
mercial Advertiser." 1877, i2mo, pp. (4j, 7-303. 9 Plates. 

Seaver (N.) A Discourse delivered at the Funeral of Hon. 
Solomon Foot, in the Congregational Church, Rutland, Vt., 
April 3, 1866. By Rev. Norman Seaver, Pastor of the Church. 
Rutland: Tuttle., Gay ^ Company. 1866. 8vo, pp. 26. B., H. 

Seaver. The Hand of God as seen in the Fall of Richmond. 
A Discourse, delivered in the Congregational Church in Rutland, 



SEBA. 199 

Vermont, on Sunday, 9th of April, a.d. 1865. By Rev. Nor- 
man Seaver, Pastor. Rutland: Tuttle^ Gay & Company. 1865. 
8vo, pp. 16. H. 78684 

Seaver (W.) A Historical Sketch of the Village of Batavia 
by William Seaver. Batavia : Printed by Wm. Seaver dff Son. 
1849. ^vo, pp. 56. 78685 

Seaward (&V Edward). See [Porter (W. O.)], Vol. xv.. 
No. 64323. 

Seaweeds from ... Nantucket. See [Starbuck (L. C.)] 

Seaworthy (G.), pseudon. Bertie, or Life in the Old Field. 
A Humorous Novel. By Capt. Gregory Seaworthy. ... With 
a Letter to the Author from Washington Irving. Philadelphia : 
A. Hart. 1 85 1. l2mo. 78686 

Seaworthy. Nag's Head; or Two Months among "The 
Bankers." A Story of Seashore Life and Manners. By Capt, 
Gregory Seaworthy. Philadelphia : A. Hart. 1850. i2mo. 

Seba (A.), h. 1665, d. 1736. Locupletissimi Rerum Natura- 
lium Thesauri Accurata descriptio, et Iconibus artificiosissimis 
expressio, per Universam physicis historiam. Opus, cui in hoc 
rerum genere nullum par extitit, ex toto terrarum orbe collegit, 
II digessit, descripsit et depinxit, curavit Albertus Seba ... Armtelee- 
danii. mdccxxxiv-mdcclxv. 4 vols., folio, pp. (33), 178, with 
III Plates; (34), 154, with 114 Plates; (26), 212, with 116 
Plates; (4), 42, :ii4, with 108 Plates. a., h. 78688 

There are two editions of the text, one in Latin and French (as in the Aster Library 
copy), and the other in Latin and Dutch. The natural history of America is well 
represented. Some of the plates exhibit the figures as large as life. Some copies con- 
tain colored plates, of which there are two kinds, those colored by the original pub- 
lisher, which are the most desirable, and those colored in Paris in the early part of the 
present century. 

Seba. Planches de Seba (Locupletissimi rerum naturalium 
Thesauri accurata descriptio), accompagnees d'un texte explicatif 
mis au courant de la science, et redige par une reunion de savants: 
MM. le baron Cuvier, Desmarest, J. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 
Audoin, Boisduval, Guillemin, Valenciennes, le baron de Ferus- 
sac, Lesson, Guerin, Eudes Deslonchamps ; ouvrage public sous 
les auspices de MM. les professeurs et administrateurs du Mu- 
seum royal d'histoire naturelle de Paris, par les soins de M. E. 
Guerin. Paris et Strasbourg : Levrault. I'JT.'J. 4to. 78689 

"Cette edition, qui renferme 450 planches, a ete publiee en 45 livraisons au prix de 



200 SECCOMBE, 

4 fr. I'une. Ces 450 planches sont tirees de I'ancienne edition. Quant au texte, la 
redaction en avait ete entreprise par M. de Ferussac ; mais il est mort apres avoir fait 
imprimir la premiere feuille. Deja au commencement de ce siecle le libraire Pougens 
avait annonce une nouvelle edition du Cabinet de Seba, sous le titre de Description exacle 
dei objets frccieux comfosant le cabinet J'kistoire naturelle d^ Albert Seba. Cette edition, 
qui devait etre publiee en 50 livraisons de 9 planches, n'a pas meme re9u un com- 
mencement d'execution." — Querard, La France Litteraire, (Paris, 1838), tome ix., p. 6. 

Sebastian (Pedro Cubero). See Cubero Sebastian (P.), Vol. 
v., Nos. 17819-17821. 

[Seccombe (John), b. 1708, d. 1793.] Father Abbey's Will. | 
To which is now added, A Letter of Courtship to his virtuous 
and amiable Widow. | Cambridge December, 1731.I ... \SoU at 
the Bible and Heart in Cornhill^ Boston. | [1731 ?] 4to, I leaf. H. 

[Seccombe.] Father Abbey's Will; to which is added, A 
Letter of Courtship to his Virtuous and Amiable Widow. With 
Historical and Biographical Notes. Privately Printed. Cambridge. 
1854. 8vo, pp. 14. ba., h. 78691 

In verse. Edited by John Langdon Sibley. 

Seccombe. A | Sermon | Occasioned by the Death of the | 
Honorable Abigail Belcher, | Late Consort of jjonathan Belcher, 
Esq ; I Late Lieutenant Governor and Commander in Chief, | and | 
His Majesty's present Chief Justice | of His Province of | Nova- 
Scotia, I Delivered at Halifax, in the said Province, [October 20. 
1 77 1 . 1 By John Seccombe, | Of Chester, a.m. | With an Epistle, | 
By Mather Byles, d.d. | Of Boston. | ... | Boston., New-England : j 
Printed by Thomas and 'John Fleet., '772.| 8vo, pp. (2), ii, 7-25, 
(2). H., M. 78692 

Seccombe. A Sermon, occasioned by the Death of Mrs. 
Margaret Green, consort of the late Honorable Benjamin Green, 
Esq., delivered at Halifax, in the Province of Nova Scotia, Feby. 
1st, 1778. By John Seccombe ... Halifax. 1778. 8vo, pp. 21. 

Seccombe. A | Sermon] Preached at Halifax, July 3d, 1770,] 
At the Ordination | of the | Rev. Bruin Romcas Comingoe. | To 
the Dutch Calvinistic Presby-] terian Congregation at Lunen-| 
burg, I By John Seccombe, | of Chester, a.m. | Being the First 
preached in the Province of No- 1 va-Scotia, on such an Occa- 
sion. I To which is added | An Appendix. | ... | Halifax : Printed by 
A. Henry., ijjo. \{Price One ShilHng.)\ 8vo, pp. (6), 31, 16. l. 

Following the sermon is "An Appendix. Containing the Reasons of the Ordina- 
tion of the Rev. Mr. Bruin Romcas Comingoe, to the pastoral Care of tlie Dutch 
Calvinists at Lunenburgh, in the Province of Nova-Scotia j with the Questions pub- 



SECCOMBE. 201 

lickly propounded on that Occasion, &c. By the Rev. Mr. Murdoch." "Anthony 
Henry was, in 1770, the only printer in Nova Scotia, and books with his imprint are 
rare. This tract is of special interest, as * the Sermon, and the Proceedings in the 
Ordination, [were] the First Efforts of the kind to promote the Dissenting Interest in 
this Province.' " — J. H. Trumbull. 

Seccombe. Eine zu Halifax den 3ten July 1770 gehaltene 
Predigt an der Hochdeutsch-Reformirte Gemeine zu Liineburg 
in Nova Scotia, bey der Ordination des Ehrw. Herrn Bruin 
Romcas Comingoe. Durch Mag. John Seccombe ; nebst einem 
Anhange. Aus dem Englischen iibersetzt. Philadelphia : Hen- 
rich Miller. 1770. 8vo. 78695 

Advertised in "Der Pennsylvanische Staatsbote," Feb. 5, 1770. Title from Hilde- 
burn. 

[Seccombe (Joseph), b. 1706, d. 1760.] Business and Diver- 
sion I inoffensive to God, and necessary for the | Comfort and 
Support of human Society. | A | Discourse | utter'd in Part | at | 
Ammauskeeg- Falls, | in the | Fishing-Season. | 1 739. | 

Deep in the Vale old Moniack rolls his Tides, 

Romantick Prospects crown his reverend Sides; 

Now thro' wild Grotts, and pendent Woods he strays, 

And ravish'd at the Sight, his Course delays. 

Silent and calm — now with impetuous Shock 

Pours his swift Torrent down the steepy Rock; 

The tumbling Waves thro* airy Channels flow. 

And loudly roaring, smoke and foam below. 

I. W. 
Boston., Printed for S. Kneeland and T. Green in | ^ueen-Street. 
Mdccxliii. I 8vo, pp. (2), ii, 5-21, (i). c, h. 78696 

Signed " Fluviatulis Piscator." 

[Seccombe.] On the | Death | Of the Reverend | Benjamin 
Colman, d.d. | Who deceased August 29. 1747. | An | Eclogue. | 

Attempted by O E a young Student. | ... | .Sw/on, Printed 

by Rogers and Fowle.\ [1747?] 8vo, pp. 8. b. 78697 

[Seccombe.] A | Plain and Brief | Rehearsal | Of the Opera- 
tions I of I Christ as God. | ... | Boston : Printed by S. Kneeland \ and 
T. Green. 1740. 8vo, pp. (2), ii, 23, (1). B., H. 78698 

The dedication is signed Joseph Seccomb. 

Seccombe. Reflections on Hypocrisy. I In a | Sermon | Preached 
at Kingston in | New-Hampshire ; | And now printed at the earnest 
Desire of the people. | By Joseph Seccomb, m.a. | Pastor of the 
Church there. | ... | Boston : \ Printed by S. Kneeland and \ T. Green. 
1741. 8vo, pp. (4), 18. b., ba, 78699 

[Seccombe.] Some | occasional Thoughts | on the | Influence 



202 SECESSION. 

of the Spirit. | With | Seasonable Cautions against | Mistakes and 
Abuses. I ... I Boston : Printed and sold by S. Kneeland \ and T. Green. 
1742. 8vo, pp. (4), ii, 16. BA., H. 78700 

[Seccombe.] a Specimen of the Harmony of Wisdom and 
Felicity, in relation to our civil, moral, and spiritual Behaviour ... 
Boston. 1743. 8vo, pp. iv, 29. 78701 

[Seccombe.] The Ways of | Pleasure | and | The Paths of 
Peace, | Discovered in | a Discourse, | Which was written, on 
board | A Ship at Sea. | Never before published. | ... | Boston: 
Printed by B. Mecom.\ [1760?] i2mo, pp. 14. H. 78702 

Secession : a Folly. See [Ingersoll (J. R.)J, Vol. ix. 34748. 

La Secession aux Etats-Unis et son origine Par un Journaliste 
Americain. ... Paris: E. Dentu. 1861. 8vo, pp. 30. b., h. 

A statement as to the origin of tiie war. It is based entirely upon slavery, as proved 
by various quotations and reference to the Crittenden Compromise, Cameron's Letter 
to Butler, Washington's Farewell Address. Signed, J. M., /'. e. J. Mortimer. 

Secession, Coercion, and the Civil War; the Story of 1861. 
Baltimore : Armstrong & Berry. 1861. 8vo. 78704 

Secession, Concession. See [Clarke (J. F.)], Vol. iv. 134 17. 

Secession : Considered as a right in the States composing the 
late American Union of States, and as to the grounds of Justifi- 
cation of the Southern States in exercising the right. By a Gen- 
tleman of Mississippi. Jackson.^ Miss. 1863. 8vo, pp. 45. B. 

Secession in the Future. Philadelphia: King & Baird^ Printers. 
1862. 8vo, pp. 24. 78706 

Secession of a Large Body of Friends from the Yearly Meet- 
ing of Indiana, in Consequence of Antislavery Action and 
Opinions ... . Dublin: Reprinted by Webb and Chapman. 1843. 
i2mo, pp. 28. M. 78707 

The Secession of the Rats; a Fable to suit the times. Trans- 
lated from the Coptic and respectfully dedicated to the Boys of 
the U. S. By a Southerner. Washington. 1861. 8vo, pp. 7. 

The Secession of the Whole South an Existing Fact. A 
Peaceable Separation the True Course. Its Effect on Peace 
and Trade Between the Sections. [^Cincinnati. 1861.] 8v(), pp. 
15,(0- 7^709 

Reprinted from the "Cincinnati Daily Press." 



SECFCER. 2bj 

Secession or, Prose in Rhyme and East Tennessee. A Poem 
Bv an East Tennessean. Philadelphia: Printed for the Author. 
1864. i6mo, pp. 64. B., c. 78710 

Secession Resisted. See [Ingersoll (J. R.)], Vol. ix. 34750. 

... Secession: The Remedy and Result. aJ^^ [Dodge (R-)], 
Vol. v., No. 20510. 

Secessionists ; their Promises and Performances ; the Condi- 
tion into which they have brought the Country ; the Remedy, 
etc. A Voice from North Carolina. New York: Anson D. F. 
Randolph. 1863. 8vo, pp. 21. 78711 

Seche (Leon). Le Dies irae du Mexique [in verse] ... Paris. 
1872. iimo, pp. xxiv, 120. 78712 

[Secker (Thomas), b. 1693, d. 1768.] An Answer to Dr. 
Mayhew's Observations on the Charter and Conduct of the 
Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. 
London^ John Rivingion^ m.dcc.lxiv. 8vo, pp. 68. H. 78713 

In reply to No. 47140, Vol. xi. For Mayhew's answer, see Vol. xi., No. 47144. 

[Secker.] An | Answer | to| Dr. Mayhew's Observations! on 
the I Charter and Conduct | of the [ Society | for the | Propagation of 
the Gospel | in Foreign Parts. | London : Printed. | Boston : Re- 
Printed^ and Sold by R. \and S. Draper., in Newbury- Street ; Edes\ 
and Gill in ^een-street., &' T. & "J. Fleet., \ in Cornhill. 1764.] 
8vo, pp. 59. C. 78714 

Secker. An | Appendix | to the | American Edition | of the J 
Life of Archbishop Seeker: | containing | His Grace's Letter] to j 
The Revd. Mr. Macclanechan, | on | The Irregularity of his Con- 
duct; I with I An Introductory Nzn-dt.\ve.\ New-Tor^ : \ Printed by 
H. Gaine., at his Book Store and | Printing- Office., at the Bible and 
Crown., in\ Hanover-Square., MDCCLXXIV. | 8vo, pp. xx, 28. L. 

The introductory narrative is by Thomas Bradbury Chandler, d.d. For the work to 
which this is an appendix, see Vol. .xv.. No. 64328. 

Secker. A | Letter] To the Right Honourable Horatio Wal- 
pole, Esq.; | Written Jan. 9, 1750-r, j By the Right Reverend 
Thomas Secker, ll. d. | Lord Bishop of Oxford : | concerning 
Bishops in America. | London : y. and F. Rivington., M Dcc LXix. | 
8vo, pp. (4), 28. H. 78716 

This letter was found among the papers of Archbishop Secker at his decease, with a 
note upon it directing it to be printed after his death. For a reply see [Blackburne 
(F.)], Vol. II., No. 5689; also Vol. 111., No. 11878. 



204 SECOND. 

[Secker.] a Sermon Preached before the Incorporated So- 
ciety for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts ; at their 
Anniversary Meeting in the Parish-Church of St. Mary-Le-Bow, 
on Friday, February 20. 1740-1. By Thomas Lord Bishop of 
Oxford. London: y. and H. Pemherton^ M DCCXLi. 4to, pp. 38. 
■\- [Another edition. Ihid7\ 1741. 8vo, pp. 84. + [Another 
edition. Ib'id^ 1741- 8vo, pp. 45; Proceedings, pp. 47-87; 
List of Members, pp. 89-103. ba. ']^']\'] 

Secker. Sermons on Various Subjects. By Thomas Secker 
... Published by B. Porteus, D.D., and G. Stinton, d.d. ... Pre- 
fixed, A Review of his Grace's Life and Character ... London. 
1770. 4 vols., 8vo. 78718 

Secker. The Works of Thomas Secker, ll.d. late Lord 
Archbishop of Canterbury. To which is prefixed, a Reviw of 
his Life and Character, by Beilby Porteus, d.d, late Lord Bishop 
of London. A new edition, in six volumes. ... London: Printed 
for C. and y. Rivington [etc.] 1825. 6 vols., 8vo, pp. (6), Ixiv, 
460, Portrait; vii, 543; vii, 568; (8), 438; (2), v-viii, 525; v, 
509,(1). L. 78719 

The sixth volume contains the "Answer to Dr. Mayhew's Observations" and the 
"Letter to the Right Honourable Horatio Walpole ... concerning Bishops in America." 

Secker (W.) A Wedding Ring, Fit for the Finger ; or. The 
Salve of Divinity, on the Sore of Humanity. With Directions 
to those Men that want Wives, how to choose them ; and to 
those Women that have Husbands, how to use them. A Ser- 
mon at a Wedding in Edmonton. By William Secker ... Bos- 
ton. 1750, i2mo. 78720 

First printed, London, 1653, or earlier. 

Second Address of the Central Committee of Fauquier, to the 
People of that County, on the Army Bill. Washington : Madi- 
sonian Print. 1840. 8vo, pp. xii, 34, il. c. 78721 

Second Address to the People. See [Fox (W.)], Vol. vi., 
No. 25378. 

A Second Address to the Right Reverend the Prelates of Eng- 
land and Wales, on the Subject of the Slave Trade. London : 
Printed and Sold by y. yohnson. 1795. 8vo. 78722 

By George Harrison, of Wamlsworth. For the first address iee Vol. viii., No. 
30555- 

Second Advent Hymns: designed to be used in Prayer and 
Camp Meetings. Third Edition, with an Addition of twenty- 



SECOND. 205 

three new Hymns. ... Concord : Morrill^ Silsb)\ & Co. 1843. 
32mo, pp. 64. H. -|- Nashville., N. H. 1843. 32nio. 78723 

A Second and Third Letter. See Vol. x., No. 40548, note. 

A Second Appeal. See [Lee (Arthur)], Vol. x., No. 39704. 

The Second Brigade; or, Camp Life. By a Volunteer. ... 
Montpelier : Printed for the Author by E. P. Walton. 1864, l2mo, 
pp. 224. 78724 

The copyright is in the name of E. F. Palmer. 

The Second Crisis of America, or A Cursory View of the 
Peace lately concluded between Great Britain and the United 
States ... . By a Citizen of Philadelphia. New-Tork : Printed by 
J. H. Sherman. 1815. 8vo, pp. 87. B. 78725 

A Second Defence of Church Establishments: being a second 
Review of the Speeches dclivered"*in Dr. Seattle's Chapel, on ... 
the 12th November, 1832, by the leading men of the Voluntary 
Church Association, in which the Argument against Establish- 
ments drawn from the state of religion in the United States of 
America is fully considered, and ample information on the subject 
adduced. By a Churchman, author of the former review of the 
Speeches, he. &c. Glasgow. MDCCCXXxiii. 8vo, pp. 71. 

By John G. Lorimer, d.d. 

A Second Dialogue of the Dead : between Ferdinand Cortez 
and William Penn. To which is added, a Scheme for the Abo- 
lition of Slavery, without injury to trade or navigation. Worces- 
ter : y. Holt. 1789. i2mo, pp. 14. BM. 78727 

By James Johnstone, m.d., of Kidderminster. 

Second Discours d'un bon Hollandais a ses compatriotes sur 
differents objets interessants. [n. p. 1790.] 8vo. 78728 

On the insurrection of the English colonies in America. 

The Second Edition of The Speech of The D-ke of A — Je. 
See [Campbell (J.)], Vol. ill.. No. 10229. 

A Second Edition (with necessary Improvements, which now 
render the Sense entirely plain) of the Lawfulness, Excellency, 
and Advantage of Instrumental Music in the Public Worship of 
God, but chiefly of Organs. ... Philadelphia : Printed by Andrew 
Steuart. 1763. l6mo, pp. 16. M. 78729 

Corrected title of No. 3934a, Vol. x. It is a satire on No. 39341. See aho Hil- 
deburn's "Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania," Nos. 1883 and 1906. 



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A Second Essay on Free Trade and Finance. See [Webster 
(Pelatiah)]. 

A Second Familiar Conference, upon some Antinomian 
Tenets ; occasion'd by Mr. David Judson's Remarks upon the 
First. New York: John Holt. 1765. 8vo, pp. 41. 7^73° 

By Rev. John Beach. 

Second Festival of the Sons of New Hampshire, celebrated in 
Boston, November 2, 1853; Including also an Account of the 
Proceedings in Boston on the Day of the Funeral at Marshfield, 
and the subsequent obsequies commemorative of the death of 
Daniel Webster .... Boston: Jajnes French and Company. 1854. 
8vo, pp. 229. 2 Portraits. H., s, 78731 

The Second Journal of the Stated Preacher. See [Ely (E. 
S.)], Vol. VI., No. 22384. 

A I Second Letter] From | a Minister of the Church | of | Eng- 
land I To his I Dissenting Parishioners, | In Answer to | Some Re- 
marks I made on the former, | by one J[ohn]. G[raham]. | Boston : | 
Printed in the Tear 1734. | 8vo, half-title, title, and pp. 113, 
Errata (i). b., ba., m., w. 78732 

By Rev. Samuel Johnson, d.d., of Stratford, Conn. It was written in continua- 
tion of: 

A|Letter | from | A Minister of the Church |of England [/. e. Rev. Samuel Johnson] | 
to his I Dissenting Parishioners. | Containing | A brief Answer to the most Material 
Objec-|tions against the Establish'd Church that | are to be found in De Laune's Plea, | 
The answer to the Bishop of Derry, The plain| Reasons for separating, &c. and others. | 
Together with plain Reasons for Confor-jmity to the Church of England. | ... | iVtw- 
York, Printed by jfohn Peter Zenger^ 1733- l2.mo, pp. 31. s., w. For a similar title 
see [Wetmore (James)]. 

The " Second Letter " elicited : Some | Remarks | upon A ] Second Letter | from the | 
Church of England Minister, | to his | Dissenting Parishioners. | By J[ohn]. G[raham]. 
y.l>.iA.\ ...\ Boston : D. Henchman. 1736. 8vo, pp. (4), 128. B. 

Dr. Johnson replied to Graham in : A Third Letter from a Minister of the Church 
of England to the Dissenters, containing some Observations on Mr. J[ohn]. G[ra- 
ham]'s Remarks on the Second. Boston: Printed in the Tear 1737. 8vo, pp. 20. 

A Second Letter From One in the Country, to His Friend in 
Boston. [^Boston. I72f.] Folio, pp. 4. c. -f [^Boston. 172I.] 
Folio, pp. 2. H. 78733 

In reference to the proposed payment of a fixed salary to the governor of the colony 
of Massachusetts. 

A Second Letter from Phocion. See [Hamilton (A.)], Vol 
VIII., Nos. 29964-65. 



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A Second Letter To a Friend. See [Chauncy (C)], Vol. ill., 
No. 12328. 

Second Letter to J. Bellamy occasioned by his Fourth Dia- 
logue ... From the Parishioner. New Haven. 1770. 8vo, pp. 
20. 78734 

In reply to Bellamy's pamphlet entitled, "The Sacramental Controversy brought to 
a Point. The Fourth Dialogue between a Minister and his Parishioner." Neiv 
Ha-ven. 1770. 8vo, pp. 34. The "Second Letter" is a continuation of "A Letter 
to J. Bellamy Concerning Qualifications for the Communion." Nczv Ha-ven. 1 770. 
8vo, pp. 24. Titles from Dexter's "Bibliography of Congregationalism." 

A I Second Letter] to | 1 Merchant in London, [Con- 
cerning a late Combination in | the Massachusetts-Bay in Nevv- 
Eng-|land, to impose or force a private | Currency, called Land- 
Bank- | Money. | \_Boston. 1741.] 8vo, pp. 16. B. 78735 

The letter is dated at the end, Boston, 1741. For the first letter see Vol. x., No. 
40416. 

A I Second Letter | To the Congregations of the | Eighteen 
Presbyterian (or New-Light) | Ministers, | Who wrote the late 
Contradictory Letter to the | Archbishop of Canterbury, | With 
some Remarks on the | Two Performances! that have appeared in 
their Defence. | By an old Covenanting and true Presbyterian 
Layman. [ ... [ Philadelphia : | Printed by Andrew Steuart., at the 
Bible-in- Heart in\ Second-street : 1761.I Sm. 8vo, pp. 32. M., W. 

See a/so Vol. x., No. 40462. 

A Second Letter to the People of England. See [Shebbeare 
(John)]. 

A Second Letter to the Right Hon. Charles Jenkinson. See 
Vol. X., No. 40520, note. 

Second Memorial of Joseph W. Brackett and Samuel Leggett, 
laid before the Honourable the Board of Commissioners, appointed 
under the eleventh article of the Treaty concluded at Washing- 
ton on the 22d of February, 1819. Between the United States 
and his Catholic Majesty, in the case of the Ship Hunter, Cap- 
tain William Whitlock. New- Tor k : Printed by IViUiam J. Mer- 
cein. 1823. 8vo, pp. 36. B. 78737 

See also Vol. viii., No. 33939. 

The Second Part | of | South-Sea Stock. | Being | An Inquiry into 
the Original I Of I Province Bills | or | Bills of Credit, | Now in use 
in His Majesty's Plantations, | more especially in New-England ; | 
With Some Thoughts Relating to the] Advantage, or Hurt done 



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by I Emitting the said Bills. | Boston : | Printed for 55 Sold by D. 
Henchman. \ij2i.\ Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), 26. ba. 78738 

Signed "One that never Borrowed, or Let, An Hundred Pounds upon Interest, for 
Six Months, in the Course of my Life." 

A Second Part of Spanish Practises. See [Scott (Thomas)], 
No. 78364, supra. 

The Second Part of the Tragedy of Amboyna. See Vol. i., 
No. 1002. 

The Second Part of Vox Populi. See [Scott (Thomas)], No. 

78377^ ^"P^^- 

Second Part. The Privilege. See [Binney (H.)], Vol. 11., 
No. 5482. 

Second I Protest,] with a | List of the Voteis | against the | Bill] 
To Repeal the [American Stamp Act, | of [Last Sess\on.\ yf Paris 
[i. e. London f^^\ Chez y. IV. Imprimeur .^ Rue du Colombier Faux-\ 
bourg St. Germain., a P Hotel de Saxe. 1766. |P/7a-, dix huit Sous.\ 
Jvec Approbation., iff Privilege. \ 8vo, pp. 15, errata of first and 
second protest, 14 lines. 78739 

This usually accompanies the " Protest against the Bill," for which see Vol. xv., No 
66103. ^^^ ''^^° Vol. IV., No. 16839, for another edition. A copy of the "Second 
Protest," containing manuscript annotations by Benjamin Franklin, was sold in the 
library of Mr. T. H. Morrell in New York, November, 1866 (No. 538), for $85. 
At the Menzies sale the same copy (No. 745) brought $57.50. 

Second Recueil de Pieces. See [Pombal (S. J. de C, Marquis 
o/')]. Vol. XV., No. 63905. 

The Second Spira ; Being a fearful Example of an Atheist 
who apostatized from the Christian Religion, and died in Despair 
at Westminster, Dec. 8, 1692. ... Boston., reprinted 1721. i2mo. 

By J. S., a Minister of the Church of England. Originally published in London 
by John Dunton in 1693. The thirtieth edition was printed in London about the 
year 1700. 

The Second Spira ; or, the blasphemers justly reproved. Set 
forth in a sad and dreadful example of God's judgments shown 
upon six most profane and blasphemous young men living near 
the town of Sandwich, in the County of Kent, within four miles 
of Deal, &c. Boston. [17 — .?] 8vo, 4 leaves. 78741 

Second Thoughts. See [Chalmers (G.)], Vol. iii.. No. 11767. 

A Second Treatise on Church-Government. See [Chaplin 
(E.)], Vol. III., No. 1 1968. 



SECRET. 209 

The Second War of the Revolution. The Case of the United 
States Bank. By a Virginian. Washington. 1839. 8vo. 

The Second Warning or Strictures on the Speech delivered by 
John Adams, President of the United-States of America at the 
opening of the Congress of said States in November last. Paris. 
1798. 8vo, pp. 28. BA. 78743 

By Joel Barlow. Corrected title of No. 3431, Vol. i. 

Seconde Adresse a I'Assemblee Nationale, par la Societe des 
Amis des Noirs, etablie a Paris. [Par/V. 1790.] 8vo, pp. 7. P. 

See also "Reflexions sur le Code Noir," Vol. xvi., No. 68751. 

Seconde Note. See [Jomard (E. F.)], Vol. ix,, No. 36435. 

Secondsight (Solomon), pseudon. See [M'Henry (James)], 
Vol. XI., No. 4331 1. 

Secondthoughts (Solomon), pseudon. See [Kennedy (J. P.)], 
Vol. IX., No. 37417. 

Secret Anecdotes o( the Revolution. See [Ramel (J. P.)], 
Vol. XVI., No. 67633. 

The Secret "Customs." See Vol. xv., No. 62236. 

... The Secret History of the Peninsular Campaign. Letter 
of General H. M. Naglee about General McClellan. A Mes- 
sage from Old Soldiers to the Army. The Address to the Army 
and Navy, adopted ... September 28th, 1864, by the McClellan 
Legion. [^New York. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 8. 7^745 

With heading: "Document 21." 

Secret History of the Perfidies, Intrigues, and Corruptions of 
the Tyler Dynasty, with the Mysteries of Washington City, 
connected with That Vile Administration, in a series of letters 
to the Ex-Acting President, By One Most Familiar with the 
Subject. Had I been the controlling spirit of your organ here, 
obstinate and mulish as you are, I could have forced you into the 
Presidential chair, by an election of the People, in 1844; but, 
thanks to my presiding genius, or the Fates, who had otherwise 
ordained, for neither God or my Countrymen would ever have 
forgiven me for so base an act. Washington and New York : 
Published by the Author^ and sold at all the Pri7icipal Bookstores in the 
United States. 1845. ^^Oj PP- ^4? ^"^ cover. B. 78746 



210 SECRET. 

Secret History ... of St. Domingo. See [Hassall {Miss)\ Vol. 
VIII., No. 30807, and for collation read : pp. (4), 225. 

Secret Institutions of the Jesuits. With an Historical Essay 
and Notes, by the Editor of the Protestant. Princeton^ N. J. 
1831. i8mo. 78747 

Secret Instructions of the Jesuits : with an Appendix, contain- 
ing a short historical account of the Society of the Jesuits ... 
Philadelphia : F. C. Wilson. 1844. l2mo, pp. 72. H. 78748 

Secret Journals. See Vol. iv., No. 15594. 

Secret Proceedings and Debates of the Convention assembled 
at Philadelphia, in the year 1787, for the purpose of forming the 
Constitution of the United States of America. From the Notes 
taken by the late Robert Yates, Esq. Chief Justice of New- 
York, and copied by John Lansing, Jun. Esq. late Chancellor of 
that State, Members of that Convention. Including "The 
Genuine Information," laid before the Legislature of Maryland, 
by Luther Martin, Esq. then Attorney General of that State, 
and a Member of the same Convention. Also, other Historical 
Documents relative to the Federal Compact of the North Amer- 
ican Union. Albany: Printed by Webiten and Skinners. 1 82 1., 
Svo, pp. 308. 78749 

Edited by Edmund C. Genet. Other editions as follows : 
Washington : Printed for G. Templeman. 1836. Svo, pp. 308. 
Richmond, Va.: Published hy Wilbur Curtiss. 1839. I2mo, pp. xi, 335. 
Louis-ville, Ky. 1838. I2mo, pp. xi, 335. 

Louiswlle, Ky.: Published by Alston Mygatt. 1 844. l2mo, pp. xi, 335. 
Louis-ville, Ky.: Published by Alston Mygatt. 1845. l2mo, pp. xi, 335. 
Cincinnati : Published by Alston Mygatt. [n. d.] l2mo, pp. xi. 335. 

Secret of Success ; or, f amily Affairs ; a Memoir, by a Mis- 
sissippian. Cincinnati. 1853. i^mo. C 78750 

Secret Societies, their Use and Abuse ; Knights of the Golden 
Circle, &c. New York: Carleton. 1863. 8vo. 7^751 

Secret Springs of the late Changes in the Ministry fairly 
explained: in Answer to a pretended "Son of Candor." Lon- 
don. 1766. 8vo. 1^1 S"^ 

The I Secret Workes | Of a Cruel | People | Made manifest ; | 
Whose little finger is become hea-|vier then their persecutors 
the bishops Loyns, who have | set up an Image amongst them in 



secretary's. 211 

New-England, which all | that will not bow down unto, and wor- 
ship, must under- I go all such Sufferings as can be invented and 
in-|flicted by the hearts and hands of such men | whose tender 
mercies are cruel. | Which may be seen in this short relation of 
their cru-|elty, which was presented to the Parliament, and now 
re- 1 commended to the consideration of all sober people, that | 
they may see how these professors of New-England have | lost 
their former tenderness, who fled from persecution, | and now are 
become the chiefest of Persecutors. | Whereunto is annexed a 
Copy of a Letter which came| from one who hath been a Magis- 
trate among them, | to a friend of his in London, wherein he gives 
an I account of some of the cuel Sufferings of the] people of God 
in those parts under the] Rulers of New-England, and their un- 1 
righteous Laws. | London^ Printed in the Tear 1659. | Small 4to, 
title, verso blank, and pp. 1-26. A-c in fours, and another c in 
two, besides the title. p. 78753 

Extremely rare. The tract consists of six different articles, the first of which ends 
on page 15 with the initials of George Fox. The second paper, "To the Town of 
Boston in New-England," is signed John Rous, and ends on page 18. The other parts 
are not signed. The "Copy of a Letter which came from one who hath been a Mag- 
istrate among them, to a friend of his in London," mentioned in the title, was written 
by James Cudworth of Scituate. This letter was also printed in another tract of the 
same year, for which see Rous (J-), and others. Vol. xvm., No. 73483. Tlie title given 
by Stevens (Nuggets 1982) was from a copy with a manuscript title-page, which may 
account for some slight variations in the wording and line divisions. 

Secretary of State. See United States, State Department. 

Secretary of the Interior. See United States, Interior Depart- 
ment. 

Secretary of the Navy. See United States, Navy Department. 

Secretary of the Treasury. See United States, Treasury De- 
partment. 

Secretary of War. See United States, IVar Department. 

The Secretary's Guide, or, Young Man's Companion ... New 
York: IV. Bradford. 1698.? Sm. 8vo. 78754 

Compiled by William Bradford, the printer. See the note to the edition of 1728 
This title and the six following have been furnished by Mr. Charles R. Hildeburn. 

The Secretary's Guide, or, Young Man's Companion ... The 
second edition. New York: W. Bradford. 1705 ? Sm. 8vo. 

The Secretary's Guide, or. Young Man's Companion ... The 
third edition. New York: IV. Bradford. 171 7? Sm. 8vo. 



212 SECRETARY S. 

The Secretary's Guide, | Or | Young Mans Companion. | In 
Four Parts. | Part i. Contains Directions for Spelling, Read-|ing 
and Writing True English, with true Pronunciation. | Part ii. 
Arithmetick made easie, and the Rules | thereof explained and 
made familiar to the Capacity of those | that desire to Learn. | 
Part III. The Method of Writing Letters | upon most subjects, 
as from one Friend to another, as well | as Trade, Trafiick or 
other Occasions. I Part iv. Contains a choice Collection of Bills] 
of Parcels, Bills, Bonds, Letters of Attorney, Indentures,! Bonds 
of Arbitration, Awards, Umpirages, Deeds of | Sale, Deeds of 
Gift, Assignments, Leases and Releases, Counter Securities, 
Declarations of Trust, Bills of Ex- 1 change. Charter party of 
Affreightment, with many other | useful Presidents, Profitable both 
for Old and Young to | Learn and Know. | This Fourth Edition 
is much Enlarged. | The whole adorned with Variety of other 
Matters, as will [appear by the Contents. | Printed and Sold by W. 
Bradford in New-Tor k^ \ and A. Bradford in Philadelphia^ 1728. | 
Sm. 8vo, title, i leaf; To the Reader, pp. (2); Contents, pp. (6); 
text, pp. 1-192. N. 78757 

The address "To the Reader" is signed "Thy Real Well-Wisher, W. B.;" and 
begins: "It is now above thirty years since I first compiled this short Manuel, during 
which time several Impressions have sold off, and each time it has been Reprinted, it 
has been enlarged, and now this fourth Edition, thou wilt And many Additions, in 
order to make it more useful than heretofore." 

The Secretary's Guide, | or | Young Man's Companion, | In 
Four Parts. | Part i. Contains Directions for Spelling, Read-|ing 
and Writing true English, with right Pronunciation. | Part 11. 
Arithmetick made easie, and the Rules, | thereof Explained & 
made familiar to the Capacity of those | that desire to Learn. | 
Patt \jic\ III. The Method of Writing and Inditing | Letters upon 
most Subjects, as from one Friend to another, | as well as Trade, 
Traffick, or other Occasions. | Part iv. Contains a choice Col- 
lection of Bills, I of Parcels, Bills, Bonds, Letters of Attorney, 
Indentures, | Bonds of Arbitration, Awards, Umpirages, Deeds 
of I Sale, Deeds of Gift, Assignments, Leases and Releases,) 
Counter-Securities, Declarations of Trust, Bills of Ex- [change, 
Counter-party of AfFreigtment ; The Copy of a Will, with Legal 
Directions concerning the same ; And | many other useful Presi- 
dents, Profitable both for Old and | Young to Learn and Know. | 
This P'ourth Edition is much Enlarged. | The whole adorned with 
Variety of other Mat- | ters, as will appear in the Perusal thereof. | 
Printed and Sold by William Bradford in New- Tork^ I 729. | Small 



SECRETE. 213 

8vo, List of Books, i leaf; title, i leaf; To the Reader, pp. (2); 
Contents, pp. (6); text, pp. 1-192. H.s.P. 78758 

The I Secretary's Guide, | or | Young Man's Companion. | In 
Four Parts : | Containing, | Part i. Directions for Spelling, Read- 
ing and I Writing true English, with the Pronunciation, &c. ( Part 
II. How to write Letters of Compliment, | Friendship, or Busi- 
ness ; with proper directions for exter- 1 nal and internal Super- 
scriptions, and other Things neces- | sary to be understood in that 
Affair. I Part iii. Arithmetick made Easy, and the Rules | thereof 
explained and made familiar to the Capacities of | those that desire 
to Learn. With a short and easy Me-|thod of Shop and Book- 
Keeping, Merchants Ac-|compts, &c. And Tables, how to lay 
out and mea- 1 sure Land, Gauging Vessels, Measuring Boards, 
Glass, round | or square Timber, Buying or Selling any thing by 
the Hun-|dred: Also a Table of Interest at 6 or 8 per Cent. | 
Part IV. Forms of the most useful Writings, | such as Bills, 
Bonds, Letters of Attorney, Indentures, Bonds | of Arbitration, 
Awards, Umpirages, Deeds of Sale, Deeds] of Gift, Assignments, 
Leases and Releases, Counter Securi- 1 ties. Declarations of Trust, 
with many other useful Writings, | Bills of Exchange, &c. With 
Monthly Observations in ] Gardening, Planting, Grafting, and 
Inoculating Fruit Trees, | and the best time to prune them. | To 
which is added, I The Family Companion : | Containing Rules and 
Directions, how to make Cyder, Mead, | Wines of our own 
Growth, &c. With a Collection of choice and safe Remedies, 
very useful in Families. | The Fifth Edition, greatly Enlarged and 
carefully Corrected. [ Philadelphia : Printed and Sold by Andrew 
Bradford^ | at the Sign of the Bible. MDCCXXXVii. | Sm. 8vo, pp. 
(10), 248. H.s.P. 78759 

Mr. Brinley's copy sold for $4.50. 

The Secretary's Guide, or Young Man's Companion ... The 
Fifth Edition. Printed and Sold by William Bradford in New- 
York., And by Andrew Bradford in Philadelphia., 1739- Sm. 8vo. 

This edition is advertised in Leeds's almanac for 1742, with the title given in full, 
as in the edition of 1737. 

Secrete Resolutien van de Edele Groot. Mog. Heeren Staten 
van Holland en West-Vriesland genomen zedert den aanvang 
der bedieninge van den Heer Johan de Witt, beginnende met den 
Jare 1653 en eindigende met den Jare 1668. ... f Utrecht. 171 7. 
2 vols., 4to. A. 78761 

Continued to 1793, in 17 volumes. Also: Generaale Index op de elf gedrukte 
VOL. XIX. 14 



214 SEDGELY. 

deelen der Secrete Resolutien van de Heeren Staaten van Holland en West-Vriesland, 
Beginnende met den jaare 1653 en eindigende met den jaaie 1751 'oeide incluis. ... 
Gedrukt in het jaar 1758. 2 vols., 4to. For the importance of these volumes in rela- 
tion to the history of the Dutch West- India Company, see Asher's " Bibliographical 
and Historical Essay," pp. 40-70. 

Secrets of the American Bastile. See [Winder (W. H.)] 

A Sectarian Thing. See [Sargent (L. M.)], Vol. xviii., No. 
77024. 

Secundus (Junius), pseudon. See [Kelsall (Charles)], Vol. ix., 
No. 37324, and for M. dcc. xviii read m. dccc. xviii. 

The Security of Englishmen's Lives. See [Somers [Lord 
John)]. 

The Security of the Rights. See Vol. iv., No. 15854. 

Seddon [James Alexander], b. 18 15, d. 1880. Speech of Mr. 
Seddon, of Virginia, on the Oregon Question, in the House of 
Representatives of the United States, April 15, 1846. [^Wash- 
ington. 1846.] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 78762 

Seddon. Speech of Hon. J. A. Seddon, of Virginia, on the 
Wilmot Proviso. Delivered in the House of Representatives, 
January 7, 1847. [Washington. 1 847.] 8vo, pp. 8. B. 78763 

Seddon. Speech of Hon. J. A. Seddon, of Virginia, on the 
action of the Executive in relation to California. Delivered in 
the House of Representatives, January 23, 1850. Washington. 
1850. 8vo, pp. 12. B. 78764 

Seddon. Speech of Hon. Jas. A. Seddon, of Virginia, on the 
President's Message of August 6, 1850, concerning Texas and 
New Mexico. Delivered in the House of Representatives ... 
August 13, 1850, Washington. 1850. 8vo, pp. 12. B. 78765 

Also : Correspondence between Governor Brown and the Secretary of War [of the 
Confederate States, James A. Seddon], upon the right of the Georgia Volunteers, in 
Confederate service, to elect their own Officers. MiUedge-ville, Ga. : Boughton, Nisbet, 
Barnes & Moore. 1863. 8vo, pp. 16. ba. 

Sedeno (Gregorio). Descripcio de las funerales exequias, y 
sermon, que en ellas se predico en la muerte de la ?nuy noble y 
piadosa Senora Dona Jacinta de Vidarte y Pardo ... En la Puebla 
de los Angeles., en la Imprenta de la Viuda de 'Juan de Borja y Gandia., 
Am de 1 68 1. 4to. 78766 

The Sedgely Park Scheme, See Vol. xv., No. 62237. 



SEDGWICK. 215 

[Sedgewick (J.)] An | Impartial | Narrative | of the | Proceed- 
ings I of Nine | Ministers | in the Town of | Cornwall ; | and of the | 
F'acts I Which originated [Their | Meeting. | Hartford: Printed by 
Hudson and Goodwin \ Near the Great Bridge^ \ M,DCC,LXXXill. | 
8vo, pp. 48. H. 78767 

In the case of the Rev. H. Gold, who published an answer: Reply to Sedgewlck's 
Impartial Narrative ... [iVc'Zi; Ha-ven. 1783.] 8vo. 

Sedgewick {Rev. Robert). The Proper Sphere and Influence 
of Woman in Christian Society; a Lecture ... . Halt/ax. 1856. 
8vo, pp. 47. 78768 

Also: Amusements for Youth ; a Lecture ... Halifax. 1858. 8vo, pp. 29. — The 
Papacy: the Idolatry of Rome; a Lecture ... Halifax. 1859. 8vo, pp. 59. 

[Sedgwick (Catharine Maria), b. 1789, d. 1867.] Clarence; 
or, a Tale of our own Times. By the Author of " Hope Les- 
lie," ... Philadelphia : Carey l^ Lea. 1830. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 302 ; 
286. B. -|- London. 1830. 3 vols., l2mo. -f London. 183O. 
8vo. + Author's Revised Edition. ... New York. 1849. i2mo. 
-^ New-York : George P. Putnam. 1852. l2mo, pp. 515. H. + 
New York. 1856. i2mo. 78769 

Sedgwick, Facts and Fancies, for School-day Reading. A 
Sequel to " Morals of Manners." ... New York: Wiley ^ Put- 
nam. 1848. Sq. l8mo, pp. (4), 216. Plate. C. + London: 
Knight Iff Son. 1848. i8mo. -\- London. 1849. i8mo. -{-New 
York. 1854. i8mo. 78770 

Sedgwick. La Famille americaine ou I'Amerique il y a soix- 
ante ans, traduit de I'anglais par De Montbeillard. Paris. 1837. 
2 vols., 8vo. 78771 

[Sedgwick.] Home. By the Author of "Redwood" ... 
Boston and Cambridge : J. Munroe iff Co. 1835. l8mo, pp. (8), 
158. 78772 

Sedgwick. Home. By Miss Sedgwick ... London. 1841. 
8vo. -f London. 1844. i8mo. + New Edition. Boston and 
Cambridge : "James Munroe and Company, MDCCCLIV. i8mo, pp. 
(6), 158. 78773 

Sedgwick. Home. By Miss Sedgwick. Paul and Virginia, 
and the Indian Cottage. By Bernardin St. Pierre. Elizabeth ; 
or, the Exiles of Siberia. By Madame Cottin. London. 1853. 
8vo. 78774 



2l6 SEDGWICK. 

[Sedgwick.] Hope Leslie ; or, Early Times in the Massa- 
chusetts. By the Author of Redwood. ... New York: IVhite^ 
Gallaher^ and White. 1827. 2 vols., i2mo, pp. vii, 13-279; 296. 
4- London. 1828. 3 vols., i2nio. -{- New York. 1842. 2 vols., 
i2mo. c. 78775 

Sedgwick. Hope Leslie; or, Early Times in the Massachu- 
setts. By Miss Sedgwick. London. 1850. i2mo. -|- New York. 
1862. 2 vols., i2mo. 1^11^ 

Sedgwick. Hope Leslie ; of Vorige Tijden in Massachu- 
setts. ... Deventer. 1838. 8vo. s. 78777 

Sedgwick. La jeune Sauvage, ou les premieres annees de la 
province de Massachusetts, roman americain de Miss Sedgwick ; 
traduit de I'anglais par Cohen. Paris: Maine et Delaunay-Vall'ee. 
1828. 4 vols., i2mo. 78778 

Sedgwick. Leben der Lucretia Maria Davidson. Aus dem 
Englischen der Miss Sedgwick. Leipz.ig: F. A. Brockhaus. 1848. 
i2mo, pp. X, 200. H. 78779 

Translated from the memoir in Sparks's Library of American Biography, Vol. vii., 
pp. 219-294. 

[Sedgwick.] Letters from Abroad to Kindred at Home. ... 
By the Author of " Hope Leslie," ... In two volumes. ... New 
York: Harper & Brothers. 184 1. 2 vols., l2mo, pp. (2), ix-275, 
(l); (2), 7-297. L. -f- l^Ibid.'] 1845. 2 vols., l2mo. B. 

Sedgwick. Letters from Abroad to Kindred at Home. By 
Miss Sedgwick .... London: Edward Moxon. mdcccxli. 2 vols., 
i2mo, pp. viii, 284; (4), 316. B. 78781 

Sedgwick. Life and Letters of Catharine M. Sedgwick. 
Edited by Mary E. Dewey. New York: Harper ^Brothers. 
1 87 1. i2mo, pp. (2), 9-446. Frontispiece and 2 Portraits, l. 

Sedgwick. Life in Town and Country. ... London. 1853. 
8vo. 78783 

[Sedgwick.] The Linwoods ; or "Sixty Years Since" in 
America. By the Author of "Hope Leslie," ... New-York : 
Harper & Brothers. 1835. 2 vols., i 2mo, pp. 288; 287. A., B. 
-\- New York. 1861. 2 vols., i2mo. 78784 

Sedgwick. The Linwoods ; or "Sixty Years since in Amer- 
ica." ... London: Churton. 1835. 3 vols., i2mo. -^London: 
W. Smith. 1840. 8vo. 78785 



SEDGWICK. ilj 

[Sedgwick.] Live and let live ; or, Domestic Service illus- 
trated. By the Author of " Hope Leslie," ... New-York : Har- 
per ^ Brothers. 1837. i8mo, pp. 216. BA. 78786 

Scenes in New York life. 

Sedgwick. Live and let live ; or, Domestic Service illus- 
trated. ... London: Tegg. 1837. l8mo. l^l^l 

[Sedgwick.] Love-Token for Children. ... New York. 
[1837.] i8mo. 78788 

Sedgwick. Love Token for Children. By Miss Sedgwick. 
London : Tegg. 1838. l8mo. 78789 

[Sedgwick.] Married or Single .'' A Novel. By the Author 
of " Hope Leslie," ... New-York : Harper ^ Brothers. 1857. ^ 
vols., i2mo, pp. viii, j-261 j 284. -{-New York. 1858. 2 vols., 
i2mo. 78790 

Sedgwick. Married or Single .? A Novel. By Miss Sedg- 
wick. London. [1858.] i2mo. 78791 

[Sedgwick.] Means and Ends, or, Self-training. By the 
Author of "Redwood," ... Boston : Marsh., Capen^ Lyon & IVebb. 
1839. i8mo, pp. 278. -];- Boston. \n. d.^ i8mo. -f Second Edi- 
tion. New York. [1842?] i8mo. 78792 

Sedgwick. Means and Ends ; or, Self-Training. By C. M. 
Sedgwick ... London: Charles Tilt. 1839. i8mo, pp. viii, 273. 

[Sedgwick.] Memoir of Joseph Curtis, a Model Man. By 
the Author of "Means and Ends," ... New-York : Harper if^ 
Brothers. 1858. i6mo, pp. 200. B., c. 78794 

Sedgwick. Morals of Manners ; or, Hints for our Young 
People. By Miss Sedgwick ... New York: IVi ley and Putnam. 
1846. i6mo, pp. 63. 2 Plates. H. 78795 

[Sedgwick.] A New England Tale ; or Sketches of New 
England Character and Manners. New York: E. Bliss. 1822. 
i2mo, pp. viii, 5-277. H. -f- Second Edition. [7/';^.] 1822. 
i2mo. s. + London. 1822. i2mo. 78796 

Sedgwick. A New England Tale, and Miscellanies. By 
Catharine M. Sedgwick ... Netu-York : George P. Putnam iff Co. 
1852. i2mo, pp. 388. H. + llbid.] 1856. l2mo. 78797 



2l8 SEDGWICK. 

[Sedgwick.] The Poor Rich Man, and the Rich Poor Man. 
By the Author of "Hope Leslie," ... New-York: Harper Is 
Brothers. 1836. l8mo, pp. 186. B. + SJhid^ 1837. l8mo, 
pp. 186. + SJb'id. 1864.] i8mo, pp. 186. c. 78798 

Sedgwick. The Poor Rich Man, and the Rich Poor Man. 
... London, 1839. i8mo. 1^199 

[Sedgwick.] Redwood; a Tale. By the Author of "A 
New England Tale," ... New York. 1824. 2 vols., i2mo. -|- 
London. 1824. 3 vols., i2mo. -f Author's Revised Edition. ... 
New-York : George P. Putnam, m.dccc.l. i2mo, pp. 457. H. 
+ llbid.'] 1856. i2mo. 78800 

[Sedgwick.] Redvood, roman americain, traduit de I'anglais 
... Pam, Boulland. 1824. 4 vols., i2mo. 78801 

"Traduction qui a ete publie a tort sous le nom de Cooper." — Querard. It was 
also translated into Italian, German and Swedish. 

[Sedgwick.] Stories for Young Persons. By the Author of 
"The Linwoods." ... New York. 1840. i8mo, pp. 185. 

Sedgwick. Stories for Young Persons. By Miss Sedgwick. 
London. 1847. i8mo. -f- London. 1850. l8mo. 78803 

"Editions were issued in London by three different publishers." — Allibone. 

[Sedgwick.] Tales and Sketches. By the Author of "Hope 
Leslie." ... Philadelphia: Carey^ Lea ^ Blanchard. 1835. l2mo, 
pp. 285. c. 78804 

[Sedgwick.] Tales and Sketches. Second Series. By the 
Author of "Hope Leslie." ... New-York : Harper ^ Brothers. 
1844. i8mo, pp. 396. BA. + New York. 1858. i8mo. 

[Sedgwick.] The Travellers. A Tale. Designed for 
Young People. By the Author of "Redwood," ... New-York: 
E. Bliss and E. White. 1825. l8mo. BA. 78806 

Travels in the United States and Canada. 

Sedgwick. The Works of Catharine M. Sedgwick. Con- 
taining Redwood ; Clarence ; a New iLngland Tale, and Miscel- 
lanies. ... New York. 1849. 3 vols., i2mo. A., P. -(- Neiv 
York. 1856. 3 vols., i2mo. 78807 

Sedgwick [Mrs. C.) A Talk with my Pupils. By Mrs. 
Charles Sedgwick. ... Ne%v York: John Hopper, mdccclxiii. 
i2mo, pp. (10), 235. 78808 



SEDGWICK. 



219 



Sedgwick (C. B.) Emancipation and Enrollment of Slaves 
in the Service of the United States. Speech of Hon. Charles 
B. Sedgwick, of New York, delivered in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, ... May 23, 1862. \^tf''ashlngton^ D. C: Scamme/l & 
Co., Printers. 1862.] 8vo, pp. II. 78809 

Sedgwick. An Eulogy on Abraham Lincoln Sixteenth Pres- 
ident of the United States, Pronounced by the Hon. Charles B. 
Sedgwick, on the Occasion of the Obsequies at Syracuse, April 
19th, 1865. Syracuse: The Daily 'Journal Steam Book and "Job 
Office. 1865. 8vo, pp. 16. 78810 

Sedgwick. The Republican Party the result of Southern 
Aggression. Speech of Hon. C. B. Sedgwick, of New York. 
Delivered in the House of Representatives, March 26, i860. 
\_Washington., D. C: Buell & Blanchard, Printers, i860.] 8vo, 

pp. 12. B. 7881I 

Sedgwick. Speech of Hon. C. B. Sedgwick, of New York, 
on Government Contracts. Delivered in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, April 28, 1862. \_lFashington : L. Towers l^ Co.., Print- 
ers. 1862.] 8vo, pp. 16. B. 78812 

Sedgwick. State of the Union. Speech of the Hon. Charles 
B. Sedgwick, of New York. Delivered in the House of Rep- 
resentatives, February 7, 1861. [^IVashington : IV. H. Moore, 
Printer. 186 1.] 8vo, pp. 8. b. 78813 

Sedgwick (C. F.) Fifty Years at the Litchfield County Bar, 
A Lecture delivered before the Litchfield County Bar, April 13, 
1870. By Charles F. Sedgwick, Esq. Litchfield, Conn. 1870. 
8vo, pp. 15. H. 78814 

Sedgwick. General History of the Town of Sharon, Litch- 
field County, Conn., from its first settlement. By Charles F. 
Sedgwick. Second Edition. Amenia, N. T.: Charles Walsh. 
1877. ^^^5 PP- 207. 78815 

Sedgwick. A History of the Town of Sharon, Litchfield 
County, Conn. From its first settlement. By Charles F. Sedg- 
wick. Hartford: Printed by Case, Tijf any ^ Co. 1842. i6mo, 
pp. 124. B. 78816 

[Sedgwick (E.)] Stories of the Spanish Conquests in Amer- 
ica. Designed for the use of Children. ... Boston: Leonard C. 
Bowles. 1830. 3 vols., i2mo, pp. 237 ; 222,(2); 182. Wood- 
cuts. B. 78817 



120 SEDGWICK. 

[Sedgwick (Henry Dwight), b. 1785, d. 1831.] An Appeal 
to the People of the City of New- York, on the proposed Altera- 
tion of the Charter of the City. By a Poor Citizen. ... New- 
Tor k : Printed by J. Seymour. 1821. 8vo, pp. 24, ba. 78818 

[Sedgwick.] The English Practice : A Statement, showing 
some of the evils and absurdities of the Practice of the English 
Common Law, as adopted in several of the United States, and 
particularly in the State of New- York. ... By a Lover of Im- 
provement. New-York : Printed by jf. Seymour. 1822, 8vo, pp. 

71. BA. 78819 

Sedgwick. Refutation of the Reasons assigned by the Arbi- 
trators, for their award in the case of the two Greek Frigates. 
By H. D. Sedgwick. New-York : Printed by 'J. Seymour. 1826. 
8vo, pp. viii, 43. 78820 

[Sedgwick.] Remarks on the Charges made against the Re- 
ligion and Morals of the People of Boston, and its vicinity. By 
the Rev. Gardiner Spring, d.d. in a Sermon, preached before the 
New-England Society of New- York, December 22, 1820. New- 
York : Printed by C, S. Van Winkle. 1 820. 8vo, pp. 21. H. 

Sedgwick. A Vindication of the Conduct and Character or 
Henry D. Sedgwick, against certain charges made by the Hon- 
ourable Jonas Piatt : together with some statements and inquiries, 
intended to elicit the reasons of the award in the case of the 
Greek Frigates. New-York: Printed by y. Seymour. 1826. 8vo, 
pp. 24. + Second Edition, with a Postscript. \^Ibid.'\ 1826. 
8vo, pp. 32. 78822 

For a " Postscript to the second edition of Mr. Sedgwick's Vindication," pp. 89-96, 
iee Contostavlos (A.), Vol. iv,, No. 16173. 

Sedgwick (H. D.) Address at the Dedication of the Sol- 
diers' Monument, in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, October 17th, 
1866. By Henry Dwight Sedgwick. New York : Baker & God- 
win^ Printers. 1867. 8vo, pp. 20. H. 78823 

Sedgwick. The Relation and Duty of the Lawyer to the 
State. A Lecture ... before the Law School, of the University 
of the City of New York, February 9th, 1872. By Henry D. 
Sedgwick. New York: Baker ^ Godwin^ Printers. 1872. 8vo, 
pp. 42. H. 78824 

Sedgwick (J.) Antinomianisme Anatomized. Or, a Glasse 
for the Lawlesse j Who deny the Ruling use of the Morall Law 



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unto Christians under the Gospel. By John Sedgwick, b.d. and 
Pastor of the Church of God at Alphage near Cripple-gate, Lon- 
don. London^ Printed for Samuel Gellibrand^ and are to be sold at 
his shop in Pauls Churchyard at the sign of the Brazen Serpent. 
1643. 4to, pp. (8), 46. j.c.B. 78825 

Sedgwick (J.) Description of the Ceremony of Dedication 
of the Statue of Major-General John Sedgwick, ... at West 
Point, N. Y., October 21, i8b8. including the Oration of 
Hon. George W. Curtis .... New York: D. Van Nostrand^ Pub- 
lisher. 1869. 8vo, pp. 67. Frontispiece. b., h. 78826 

Sedgwick (R.) An Oration ... before the Washington Be- 
nevolent Society ... New York ... Fourth of July, 181 1. By 
Robert Sedgwick, Esquire. ... New-York : Printed by Largin & 
Thompson. 181 i. 8vo, pp. 16. B., N. 78827 

See also Duer (J.) and Sedgwick (R.), Vol. v., No. 21108. 

[Sedgwick {Mrs. Susan Ridley),^. 1789,^. 1867.] Alida ; 
or, Town and Country. By the Author of "Allen Prescott." 
New York. 1844. 8vo. -\- London. 1845. i6mo. -(- London. 
1861. i6mo. 78828 

[Sedgwick.] Allen Prescott : or, the Fortunes of a New 

England Boy. ... New-York: Harper l^ Brothers. 1834. 2 vols., 

I2mo, pp. (4), 212; 222. BA. 78829 

Also: Morals of Pleasure ... Philadelphia. 1829. i2mo. — Walter Thornley ... 
Ntiv York. 1859. l2mo. — The Young Emigrants ... Boston. 1830. l2mo. -^-Lon- 
don. 1853. i6mo. 

Sedgwick [Theodore], b. 1746, d. 18 13. The Honourable 
Mr. Sedgwick's Political Last Will and Testament, with an 
Inventory and Appraisal of the Legacies therein Bequeathed. 
To the Electors of the first Western District of Massachusetts, 
published for the particular use of the Legatees and the General 
Benefit of all Mankind, [n. p.] From a Republican Press. Anno- 
que Domini., 180O. 8vo, pp. 21. BA., M. 7883O 

Sedgwick (T.), b. 1780, d. 1839. An Address, delivered 
before the Berkshire Agricultural Society, October 7, 1830. By 
Theodore Sedgwick .... Pitt s field : Printed by Phinehas Allen and 
Son. 1830. 8vo, pp. 20. H. 78831 

Sedgwick. An Address of Theodore Sedgwick, Esq. deliv- 
ered before the Berkshire Association for the Promotion of Agri- 



222 SEDGWICK. 

culture and Manufactures, at Pittsfield, October 2, 1823. ••• 
Pittsfield : Printed hy Phinehas Allen. 1823. 8vo, pp. 32. BA. 

[Sedgwick.] Brief Remarks on the Rail Roads, proposed in 
Massachusetts. By Berkshire. Stockbridge : Printed hy Charles 
Webster. 1828. 8vo, pp. 23. B., w. 78833 

[Sedgwick.] Hints to my Countrymen. By an American. 
... New-Tor k : J. Seymour. 1826. l2mo, pp. v, (2), 2i6. B. 

[Sedgwick.] The Practicability of the Abolition of Slavery. 
A Lecture delivered at the Lyceum in Stockbridge, Massachu- 
setts, February, 1831. ... New York: Printed by J. Seymour. 
1831. 8vo, pp. 48. 78835 

Sedgwick. Public and Private Economy. By Theodore 
Sedgwick. Part First. New- Tor k : Harper i^ Brothers. 1836. 
i2mo, pp. 263. 78836 

Sedgwick. Public and Private Economy. Illustrated by 
Observations made in England in the year 1836, By Theodore 
Sedgwick. Part 11. New-York: Harper & Brothers. 1838. 
i2mo, pp. 210. + Part iii. [Ibid.'] 1839. i2mo, pp. 156. B. 

[Sedgwick (Theodore), b. 181 1, d. 1859.] Address and 
Poem, delivered before the Columbia College Alumni Associa- 
tion, at Hope Chapel, October 27, 1858. New Tork : John F. 
Trow., Printer. 1858. 8vo, pp. 34, 31. a., b. 78838 

Sedgwick. The American Citizen : His True Position, 
Character and Duties, a Discourse, delivered before the Senate 
of Union College, At Schenectady, 26th July, 1847. ^Y Theo- 
dore Sedgwick. ... New-Tor k : Wiley and Putnam. 1847. 8vo, 
pp. 36, and covers. A. 78839 

[Sedgwick.] How shall the lawyers be paid .? or, Some Re- 
marks upon two acts recently passed on the subject of the costs 
of legal proceedings in a letter to John Anthon. New Tork. 
1840. 8vo. 78840 

Sedgwick. A Memoir of the Life of William Livingston, 
Member of Congress, in 1774, 1775, and 1776; Delegate to the 
Federal Convention in 1787, and Governor of the State of New 
Jersey, from 1776 to 1790. With Extracts from his Correspond- 
ence, and notices of various members of his family. ... By Theo- 
dore Sedgwick, Jun. New Tork: J. & J. Harper. 1833. 8vo, 
pp. 449, (2), 7. Portrait. a., ba., h. 78841 



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Sedgwick. A Statement of Facts in relation to the Delays 
and Arrears of Business in the Court of Chancery of the State 
of New-York. With some Suggestions for a Change in its 
Organizations. By Theodore Sedgwick, Jun. ... New York: 
Alex. S. Gould., Printer. 1838. 8vo, pp. 80. A., B., C, s. 78842 

[Sedgwick.] Thoughts on the Proposed Annexation of 
Texas to the United States. First Published in the New-York 
Evening Post, under the Signature of Veto. New- Tor k : Printed 
by D. Fanshaw. 1844. 8vo, pp. 55, and covers. 7^^43 

The preface is signed " T. S." 

Sedgwick. Thoughts on the Proposed Annexation of Texas 
to the U. S. First published in the N. Y. Evening Post, under 
the signature of " Veto," (Theodore Sedgwick.) Together with 
the Address of Albert Gallatin, ll.d. delivered ... 24th of April, 
1844. Second Edition. Neiu York : Printed by S. IV. Benedict Iff 
Co. 1844. 8vo, pp. 56, and covers. ba. 78844 

[Sedgwick.] What is Monopoly.'' or Some Considerations 
upon the subject of Corporations and Currency. By a Citizen 
of New- York. New York. 1835. 8vo. s. 78845 

[Sedgwick {Mrs. Theodore).] See [Sedgwick {Mrs. Susan 
Ridley)]. 

Sedley (H.), b. 1835. Marian Rooke ; or, the Quest for 
Fortune. A Tale of the Younger World. By Henry Sedley 
... London. 1865. 3 vols., 1 2mo. -|- New York: Sheldon & Co. 
1865. i2mo. 78846 

Seebohm (B.) Memoirs of William Forster. Edited by Ben- 
jamin Seebohm. ... London: Alfred W. Bennett ... 1865. 2 vols., 
8vo. -{-Philadelphia: H. Longstreth. 1868. 2 vols., 8vo. 

William Foister was a minister of the Society of Friends. He visited the United 
States in 1820, and again in 1853, for the purpose of presenting an address on slavery 
to the president and the governors of the southern States. See also Grellet (S.), Vol. 
vii., No. 28748. 

Seebohm (F[rederick].) The Crisis of Emancipation in Amer- 
ica ; being a Review of the History of Emancipation, from the 
beginning of the American war to the assassination of President 
Lincoln. By P\ Seebohm. .. London: Alfred W. Bennett. [Rich- 
ard Barrett., Printer.) 1865. 8vo. ' 78848 

Seeckere naedere Missive. See Vol. 11., No. 7634. 



224 SEELEY. 

Seeckere Remonstrantie. See Vol. ii., No. 7635. 

Seeger (C. L.), b. 1763, d. 1848. A Lecture on the Epi- 
demic Cholera, delivered in Springfield, on the 2d of August, and 
in Northampton, on the 9th of August, 1832 ... By C. L. See- 
ger, M.D. ... Boston: Printed by Andrew IVright. 1832. 8vo, pp. 
26. B., w. 78849 

Seeger. An Oration, pronounced at Northampton, on the 
sixth of March, 18 10, in Commemoration of the Inauguration 
of Thomas Jefferson as President of the United States. By C. 
L. Seeger, m.d. ... Northampton^ i^Ms.): Printed at the office of the 
Anti- Monarchist. 1810. 8vo, pp. 20, b. 78850 

Seeger. An Oration, pronounced at Northampton, July 4, 
1810, in Commemoration of the Anniversary of American Inde- 
pendence. By C. L. Seeger, m.d. ... Northampton.^ (^Ms.) Printed 
at the Office of the Anti-Monarchist. 1810. 8vo, pp. 19. -|- Sec- 
ond edition. \^Ibid.'\ 18 10. 8vo, pp. 19. 78851 

Der Seekampf zwischen den PanzerschifFen Merrimac und 
Monitor auf der Rede von Hampton. Leipzig : G. Poenicke. 
1862. 8vo, pp. 16. 78852 

On the Petition of the Seekonk Branch Rail-Road Co. 
A Brief, explained by a Statement of the Case. [n. p. 1837.''] 
8vo, pp. 22. BA. 78853 

See also Burges (T.), Vol. iii., No. 9235, note. 

Report and Bill on the Petition of the Seekonk Branch Rail- 
road Company. [Boston. 1838.] 8vo, pp. 61. 78854 

Massachusetts Senate Document, No. 98. 

Reports on the Petition of Tristam Burges and others, for a 
Branch Railroad in Seekonk, &c. [^Boston. 1836.] 8vo, pp. 47, 

Substance of Argument of Respondent's Counsel on the Appli- 
cation of the Seekonk Branch Railroad Company to the Com- 
mittee of the Legislature [of Massachusetts,] to run Locomotive 
Engines on the Providence and Worcester Railroads, and through 
the Worcester Merchandize Depot. Boston : John H. Eastburn^ 
Printer. 1838. 8vo, pp. 46. BA. 78856 

Seeley (L. W.) An Address before the Literary Societies in 
Marietta College, Ohio, July 30th, 1851. By the Rev. L. W. 
Seeley of Midway, Ky. ... Marietta: Printed at the Republican 
Office. 1851. 8vo, pp. 22. 78857 



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Seeley (R. H.) Christian Unity. A Sermon delivered at 
the Dedication of the American Chapel in Paris, May 2"<^ 1858. 
By Rev. R. H. Seeley. ... Paris: Printing Office of Napoleon 
Chaix and Co. 1858. 8vo, pp. 24. H. 78858 

Seeley. A Sermon delivered before His Excellency Henry 
J. Gardner, Governor, His Honor Simon Brown, Lieutenant- 
Governor, The Honorable Council and the Legislature of Massa- 
chusetts, at the Annual Election, Wednesday Jan. 2, 1856. By 
Raymond H. Seeley, Pastor North Cong. Church, Springfield. 
Boston: William fVhite^ Printer to the State. 1856. 8vo, pp. 31, 
and covers. b. 78859 

Seely (C.) Memoir of Catharine Seely, of Darien, Connec- 
ticut. New York. 1843. i2mo, pp. 140. 78860 

Seely. Memoirs of Catharine Seely and Deborah S, Roberts; 
late of Darien, Connecticut. New-York : Daniel Godwin. 1844. 
i2mo, pp. 252. 78861 

Seelye (E. E.), b. 1819, d. 1865. A Sermon ... on the 
"National Crisis," ... Schenectady, April, 1861. By Rev. Ed- 
ward E. Seelye ... Scheneetady. 186 1. 8vo. 78862 

Seelye (J. H.), b. 1824. The Christian Element in the 
State. A Sermon delivered before the Executive and Legislative 
Departments of the Government of Massachusetts, at the An- 
nual Election, Wednesday, January 5, 1870. By Rev. Julius 
H. Seelye .... Boston: Wright iff Potter .^ State Printers. 1870. 
8vo, pp.'34. 78863 

Seelye (S. T.) A Sermon delivered in ... Albany, ... Oc- 
tober 5, 1856, commemorative of Mrs. Susan D. Aiken, Wife 
of Rev. Edward Aiken, of the Syrian Mission. By Rev. S. T. 
Seelye. ... Albany : J. Munsell. 1856. 8vo, pp. 31. 78864 

Seemann (B.) The Botany of the Voyage of H. M. S. 
Herald, under the command of Captain Henrv Kellett, R.N., C.B., 
during the years 1845-51. Published under the Authority of the 
Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. By Berthold Seemann, 
PH.D., F.L.s. ... London: Lov ell Reeve. 1852-1857. 4to, pp. vi, 
5-483. 100 Plates. A., B., c. 78865 

Issued in ten parts. The first part relates to the " P'lora of Western Eskimaux- 
Land, including the Sound to Point Barrow, and the adjacent Islands j" parts seven 
and eight contain the " Flora of North Western Mexico." 



226 SEEREISE. 

Seemann, History of the Isthmus of Panama, By Dr. Bert- 
hold Seemann. Printed and puhlhhed at the Office of the Star and 
Herald, Panama. 1867. 8vo, pp. (2), 53. B. 78866 

Seemann. Narrative of the Voyage of H.M.S. Herald dur- 
ing the Years 1845-51, under the Command of Captain Henry 
Kellett, R.N., c.B. ; being a Circumnavigation of the Globe, and 
Three Cruizes to the Arctic Regions in Search of Sir John 
Franklin. By Berthold Seemann, f.l.s. ... In two volumes. ... 
London: Reeve and Co. 1853. ^ vols., 8vo, pp. xvi, 322; vii, 
302. Map and 2 Plates. A., C. 78867 

Seemann. Reise um die Welt und drei Fahrten der Konig- 
lich Britischen Fregatte Herald nach dem nordlichen Polarmeere 
zur Aufsuchung Sir John Franklin's in den Jahren 1845-1851. 
Von Berthold Seemann. ... Hannover. Carl Riimpler. 1853. ^ 
vols., 8vo, pp. xi, 335 ; vi, 294. 4 Plates. 78868 

Seemann. Die Volksnamen der Amerikanischen Pflanzen 
gesammelt von Berthold Seemann. The popular nomenclature 
of the American Flora. ... Hannover. 185 1. 8vo, pp. (lo), 54. 

See also Pim (B. C. T.) and Seemann (B.), Vol. xv., No. 62871. 

The Se'er, or, the American Prophecy. A Poem. London: 
Harrison. 1779. 8vo. 78870 

" The American Se'er is full brother to Nereus, the old Sea-boy." — Monthly Re-view, 

LX. 318. 

The Seer. See [Pratt (O.)], Vol. xv., No. 64961. 

Seer gedenckwaerdige | Vojagien, | Van | Johaii Sanderson, | 
Hendrick Timberly, en|Capt. Johan Smith, | Door | Europa, Asia 
en America. | Nevens een pertinente Beschrijvinge van|'t Heylige 
Landt, |En voornamelijck van het Oudt en Nieuw | Jerusalem en 
Tempel Salomons. | Als oock de schrickelijcke Belegeringen, 
Elendigen Hongers-j noot, en verscheyde verwoestingen der sel- 
ver Stadt, volgens | de Prophecye van onsen Saligmaker Jesus 
Christus, j En hoedanigh Jerusalem van de hedendaeghse | Reysi- 
gers bevonden wordt. | Met kopere Platen ver^\en.\t'Jmsterdam, 
by jfochem van Dyck.^ Boeckverkooper op den \ Dam., be-zijden *t Stadt- 
huys., 1678. 1 4to, engraved title, printed title, 4 other prel. leaves, 
pp. 1-157, (i). Plates at pp. 9, 29, 57, and 77. c. 78871 

Pages 90-104 contain an extract from the travels of Captain John Smith. 

Seereise eines jungen Officiers. See [Prenties (S. W.)], Vol. 
XV., No. 65080. 



SEGAR. 227 

The Seer's Calendar of Events, Containing Zadkiel's Proph- 
ecy on the Great Rebellion, showing the future of America. 
[A/t-if York. 1863.] i8nno, pp. 22. 78872 

Sega (James). Componimenti Poetici d'un Italiano Profugo 
in America. Editi Per interesse di Giacomo Sega .... Filadelfia: 
Dai torchi di C. Alexander. 1829. 8vo, 24 leaves. B., ba., c. 

Sega. An Essay on the Practice of Duelling, as it exists in 
Modern Society. Occasioned by the late lamentable occurrence 
near Philadelphia. By James Sega, ll.d. Translated from the 
Italian, by the Author. ... Philadelphia. 1830. 8vo, pp. (2), 45. 

Sega. What is True Civilization, or. Means to suppress the 
Practice of Duelling, to prevent, or to punish, crimes, and to 
abolish the Punishment of Death. By James Sega, l.l.d. ... 
Boston: William Smith., Printer. 1830. i2mo, pp. 8, iii-xiv, 243, 
(i). B., BA. 78875 

Segar (J. [E.]), h. 1804, d. 1885. Case of Joseph Segar, of 
Virginia, claiming seat as Representative in Congress from the 
State at large. Notes by Claimant, [n. p. 1869.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Segar. Great Thoroughfares and their National Aspects. 
By Joseph Segar. From the Richmond Whig, December 2, 
1868. Richmond. 1868. 8vo. 78877 

Segar. Joseph Segar vs. United States. Claim for rent, sup- 
plies, &c. Abstract of evidence, [n. p. 1868.] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 

Segar. Letter of Hon. Joseph Segar, to a Friend in Virginia, 
in Vindication of his course in declining to follow his State into 
Secession. Washington.^ D. C. : William H. Moore., Printer. 1862. 
8vo, pp. 39. B. 78879 

Segar. Letter of Jos. Segar, Esq., to Gen. Dix [on his proc- 
lamation to the people of the eastern shore of Virginia. Wash- 
ington. 1 86 1.] 8vo, pp. 9. B. 78880 

Segar. Letter of Joseph Segar to Robert Saunders, Esq., of 
Williamsburg. [Dated Hampton, June 28, 1861. n. p. 1861.] 
8vo, pp. 15. 78881 

Segar. Petition of Joseph Segar, of Virginia. To the Con- 
gress of the United States : [asking that a special act be passed 
for his relief, n. p. 1868.''] 8vo, pp. 3. h. 78882 



228 SEGAR. 

Segar. Remarks of Mr. Seger [^'V], In Senate, March 2ist 
and 22(1, In Committee of the Whole, on the Black River Canal 
Bill. [n. p. 1846.] 8vo, pp. 25. 78883 

Segar. Ship Canals. Speech of the Hon. Joseph Segar, of 
Virginia, in the House of Representatives, February 7, 1863. 
[n. p. 1863.] 8vo, pp. 12. B. 78884 

On the bill for the construction of a Ship Canal from the Mississippi river to Lake 
Michigan. 

Segar. Speech ... on the Subject of a General System of 
Internal Improvements, delivered in the House of Delegates, ... 
1838. Richmond. 1838. l2mo, pp. 50. 78885 

Segar. Speech of Mr. Joseph Segar ... on the Wilmot Pro- 
viso. Delivered in the House of Delegates, January 19, 1849. 
Richmond: Printed by Shepherd and Colin. 1849. 8vo, pp. 22. B. 

Segar. Speech ... on the Virginia and Tennessee Rail Road 
Belt, delivered in the House of Delegates ... February 23 and 
24, 1849. Richmond. 1849. ^^o> PP- 4^* 78887 

Segar. ... Speech of Joseph Segar, Esq. ... Delivered in 
the House of Delegates, February 21st and 24th, i860, on the 
Bill to amend the Charter of the James River and Kanavi^ha 
Company. [^Richmond, i860.] 8vo. H. 78888 

With heading: (From the Richmond Enquirer, of March 6th, i860.) 

Segar. Speech of Joseph Segar, Esq. ... in the House of 
Delegates of Virginia, March the 30th, 1861, on the Resolutions 
of the Senate, directing the Government of Virginia to seize by 
military force, the U. S. Guns at Bellona Arsenal, and on the 
Secession of Virginia, [n. p. 1861.] 8vo, pp. 23. ba. 78889 

Segar. Speech of Hon. Joseph Segar, on Re-Construction, 
at Hampton, July 27, 1867. [n. p. 1867.] 8vo, pp. 21. ba. 

Segar. Speeches of Hon. Joseph Segar and Hon. L. H. 
Chandler, in the House of Representatives, May 17, 1864, in 
defence of their Claim to a Seat in the 38th Congress. JVash- 
ington^ D. C: IVilliam H. Moore ^ Printer. 1864. 8vo, pp. 28, 
23. B. 78891 

Segar. Substance of the Remarks made by Mr. Joseph 
Segar, at a meeting of the Citizens of Northampton County, on 
the twenty-second of February, on the subject of the removal of 
the Government Deposites from the Bank of the United States. 



i 



SEGERSZ VAN DER BRUGGE. 229 

... Richmond: Printed by Samuel Shepherd ^ Co. 1834. 8vo, pp. 
34. 78892 

[Segar.] To the Voters of the First Congressional District 
of Virginia. [^Washington. 1862.] 8vo, pp. 7. B. 78893 

Signed " Jos. Segar." 

Segar. Vindication of the Union. Speech of Hon. Joseph 
Segar, of ... Virginia, before the Union Meeting in Portsmouth, 
Va. ... May 31, 1862. ... Washington : Printed by W. H. Moore. 
1862. 8vo, pp. 14. B., C. 78894 

Also: Speech ... on the Independence of Texas ... Richmond. 1837. 8vo, pp. 26. 

Segar (N.) A Brief Narrative of the Captivity and Suffer- 
ings of Lt. Nathan'l Segar, who was taken prisoner by the Indians 
and carried to Canada, during the Revolutionary War. Written 
by Himself. Paris., {Me.) 1825. i2mo, pp. 36. H., w. 78895 

Segersz van der Brugge (J.) Journael, |Of Dagh-Regis- 
ter, gehouden by Seven | Matroosen, | In haer Overwinteren op | 
Spitsbergen in Maurits-Bay, | Gelegen in Groenlandt, t'zedert het 
vertreck van de Visschery-| Schepen der Geoctroyeerde Noordt- 
sche Compagnie, in Nederlandt, | zijnde den 30. Augusty, 1633. 
tot de wederkomst der voorsz. Schepen, den | 27. May, Anno 
1634. 1 Beschreven door den Bevelhebber |Jacob Segersz. van der 
Brugge. I [Engraving of a bear hunt.] \f Amsterdam., Gedruckt\By 
Gillis Joosten Saeghman., in de Nieuwe-straet., | Ordinaris Drucker 
van de Journalen der Zee- en Landt-Reysen. | [1663 .''] 410, pp. 48. 
6 Engravings in the text. l. 78896 

Segersz van der Brugge. Journael, | Of Dagh-Register, 
gehouden by seven | Matroosen ... wederkomste ... Bevel-hebber 
... [Engraving of a sh\^.^\f Amsterdam., Gedruckt] By Gillis "Joosten 
Saeghman ... [166-?] 4to, pp. 48. 78897 

Title from Tiele, No. 253. 

Segersz van der Brugge. Twee Journalen | Yeder gehou- 
den by Seven | Matroosen, | In haer Overwinteren op | Spitsbergen, 
I Gelegen in Groenlant, t'zedert het vertreck van de Visschery- | 
Schepen der Geoctroyeerde Noortsche Compagnie, in Nederlant | 
zijnde den 30. Augusty 1633. tot de wederkomst der voorsz 
Schepen, den | 27. May, 1634. Welcke Maets doen zijn afge- 
lost, en seven andere vrywil-|lige daer op gebleven, doch dese 
zijn al t' samen gestorven. | Beschreven door den Opper-bevel- 
hebber | Jacob Segersz van der Brugge. | [Engraving of a ship.] | 

VOL. XIX. 15 



230 SEGUENOT. 

f Amsterdam^ \ By Gillis "Joosten Tjaagtnan^ in de Nieuwe-straet^ | Or- 
dinaris Drucker van de Journalen ter Zee- en Landt-reysen. | [167-?"] 
4to, pp. 36. c. 78898 

Title furnished by Mr. James C. Pilling. The three following titles relate to the 
same affair : 

Het Tweede Jouinael, of Dagh-register, gehouden by seven 
Matroosen, in het Overwinteren op Spitzbergen in Maurits-bay 
Geleghen in Groenlandt ... Amsterdam, [n. d.] 410, 2 unnum- 
bered leaves. 78899 

Journael Of Dagh-Register gehouden by seven Matroosen, In 
het Overwinteren op 't Eylandt Mauritius, in Groenlandt, In 't 
Jaer 1633 en 1634. Mitsgaders Een kort verhael van 't vangen 
der Walvissen, en andere Avontueren by verscheyde gelegenthe- 
den in Groenlant voorgevallen. [^Amsterdam, n. d.] 4to, pp. 24. 
Plate, and 2 Engravings in the text. 78900 

Pages 20-24 contain the journal of the voyage of Dirck Albertsz Raven to Green- 
land in 1639. This edition is not mentioned by Tiele. 

Journael by 7 matroosen in 't overwinteren op 't Eylandt Mau- 
ritius in Groenlandt in 1633, en 34, doch syn 't sanien aldaer 
gestorven ... Verhalende de wonderheden van de Beeren, only- 
delijcke Koude, ... en van 't vangen der Walvisschen, ... Amster- 
dam^ G. y. Zaagman. [167-?] 410, pp. 24. 78901 

Not mentioned by Tiele. See also " loernael," Vol. ix., No. 34968 ; " Twee Jour- 
nalen, Het Eerste gehouden by de Seven Matroosen ;" and " Twee Journalen, Gehou- 
den by seven Matroosen." 

Segni (D. Diego Raymundo). Antiquario Noticiosa General 
de Espana y Sus Indios, [n. p.] 1769. i2mo. 78902 

Title from the "Bibliotheca Americana," of 1789, p. 160. 

Segovia (Miguel). Arco Triunfal magnifico, que la Sta. 
Igiesia de Antequera de Oaxaca erigid a su Obispo, el lUmo, D. 
Alonso de Cuevas Davalos ... Mexico^ por Agustin Santistevan. 
1658. 4to. 78903 

Title from Beristain, who also mentions another publication by the same author : 
"El nuevo Sacerdote y Pontifice Onias, replandeciente en el Teniplo, como el Sol." 

[Seguenot [Father]^ of Montreal.'] A | Letter | From a | 
Romish Priest [Father Seguenot] | in Canada, | To One [Mrs. 
Christina Baker] who was taken Captive in | her Infancy, and 
Instructed in the | Romish Faith, but some time | ago returned to 
this her Native | Country. | With an Answer thereto, | By a Pei son 
to whom it was Communicated [Gov. William Burnett, of Mas- 



SEGUNDO. 231 

sachusetts]. I /?55/(?« .- Printed for D. Henchman^ at\the Corner Shop 
over against the Brick Meeting- \ House in Corn-hill. MDCCXXix. | 
8vo, pp. (2), ii, 26. BA., M. 78904 

See the Brinley catalogue, No. 7750. 

Seguin (Pascasio de). Galicia, Reino de Cristo Sacramen- 
tado : Santiago, Principe hereditario de este Reino : 6 Idea de las 
Grandezas de dicho Apostol y del Reino de Galicia ... Mexico, 
1750. 2 vols., 4to. 78905 

Title from Beristain. There is a copy in the Advocates' Library at Edinburgh. 

Seguin. Historia General del Reino de Galicia. ... Habana, 
1847. 8vo. Maps and Plates. 78906 

Segunda Carta, de un Americano al Espanol, sobre su numero 

XIX. Contestacion, a su respuesta dada en el num^ xxiv. Lon- 

dres : En la imprenta de Guillexmo Glindon. 18 12. 8vo, pp. 200, 

(l). H. 78907 

For the first letter lee Vol. in., No. 11094, and add : Errata (i). 

La segunda parte de la historia general. See [Gomara (F. L. 
de)]. 

... Segunda Relacion. See Vol. xii., No. 51243, and for col- 
lation read : pp. (4). See also Vol. xvi.. No. 69235. 

Segunda Representacion. See [Sancho (J. M. G.)], Vol. xviii., 
No. 7631 1. 

Segundas Observaciones sobre el Opusculo intitulado El Impe- 
rio y el Clero Mexicano del Senor Abate Testory, ... por un 
Sacerdote Mexicano. Mexico. 1865. 8vo, pp. 47. 78908 

Segundo dictamen de la mayoria de las comisiones, de Justicia. 
Negocios eclesiasticos en el Negocio relativo al Breve de Su San- 
tidad el Sr. Pio ix., en que constituye Delegado en esta Repub- 
lica a Monsenor Clementi. Mexico. 1853. ^'^- 8vo» PP- 23. 

Segundo Quinze de Enero de la Corte Mexicana. Mexico. 
1730. 8vo. 78910 

Title from H. H. Bancroft's list of "authorities quoted in the History of Mexico." 
&e alio Vol. XVIII., No. 76167. 

Segundo Sueno del Pensador Mexicano. El decir la verdad de 
varios modos, es por guisarla al paladar de todos. [Colophon :] 
Mexico: am de x'^i.i. Oficina de Betancourt. ^ 8vo, pp. 24. 



232 SEGUR-DUPEYRON. 

Segundo (Vicente). Demostracion de la impericia del maris- 
cal de campo D. Juan Maria Echeverri, para llenar las institu- 
ciones constitucionales. Habana : Imprenta de D. 'Jose Bolona. 
1820. Folio. 78912 

Segur {Mgr. Louis Gaston de). La Revolution ... Paris. 
1861. i8mo. 78913 

Segur. La revolucion, por Monsenor Segur. Traducida al 
castellano por M. P. de L. Mexico. 1863. Sm. 8vo, pp. 132. 

Segur [Count Louis Philippe de), h. 1753, d. 1832. Memoires, 
ou Souvenirs et Anecdotes, par M. le comte de Segur ... Paris, 
J. Eymery. 1824-26. 3 vols., 8vo. -{- \^Ibid.'\ 1^2^-^']. 3 vols., 
8vo. -f Troisieme edition. \^Ihid.'\ 1827. 3 vols., 8vo. Por- 
trait and Facsimile. + Cinquieme edition. Paris^ Didier. 1842. 
2 vols., i2mo. -\- Cinquieme edition. Paris Didier. 1844. 2 
vols., i2mo, pp. (4), 501, (3); (4), 494. L. 78915 

This work contains an account of the author's services in the American revolution- 
ary war. 

Segur. Memoires Souvenirs et Anecdotes par M. le comte 
de Segur de I'Academie Fran^aise Correspondance et Pensees 
du Prince de Ligne Avec avant-propos et notes par M. Fs. Bar- 
riere ... Paris Librairie de Firmin Didot freres^ fils et Cie 1859. 
2 vols., i2mo, pp. (4), viii, 447; (4), 219, xx, 174. L. 78916 

Tomes XIX. and xx. of Barriere's " Bibliotheque des Memoires." 

Segur. Memoirs and Recollections of Count Segur, Ambas- 
sador from France to the Courts of Russia and Prussia, &c. &c. 
Written by Himself. ... London: Henry Colburn. 1825-1827. 3 
vols., 8vo, pp. xii, 442 ; xii, 355 ; xii, 499. Portrait and folded 
Map. B., BA. + Boston : IVells and Lilly., and E. Bliss and E. 
PVhite., New York. 1825. 8vo, pp. viii, 359. 78917 

The American edition was probably not completed. 

Segur-Dupeyron (P. de). Histoire des negociations com- 
merciales et maritimes du regne de Louis xiv, considerees dans 
leurs rapports avec la politique generale. ... Paris., B. Duprat. 
1863. 8vo, pp. 525. 78918 

Segur-Dupeyron. Histoire d'un traite de paix et d'un traite 
de commerce conclus entre-la France et I'Angleterre : fragments 
d'une histoire du commerce et de I'industrie de la France pendant 
les xvF, xviie et xviiie siecles. ... Paris., Imprimerie Panckoucke. 
1842. 8vo. 78919 



SEGURA. 233 

Segura (Francisco Ildephonso). Consultas varias morales y 
misticas resueltas ... Puebla^ por Ortega Bonilla. 1728. 8vo. 

There is a copy in the Bancroft library at San Francisco. 

Segura (Juan). Tratado de la Humildad y Obediencia ... 
Madrid. 1600. 8vo. 78921 

" Fue en Espaiia rector del colegio de Valladolid ; y de alii salio para recibir en la 
Florida la corona del martirio." — Beristain. 

Segura (Miguel). La Boca de la Iglesia, Santo Domingo de 
Guzman ,.. Mexico. 1708. 4to. 78922 

Title from Beristain. 

Segura (Nicolas de). Defensa Canonica por las Provincias 
de la Compania de Jesus de la Nueva Espana y P'ilipinas, sobre 
las censuras impuestas por los Jueces Hacedores de las Rentas 
Decimales de la Iglesia de Mexico. ... Madrid. 1737. Folio. 

Segura. Sermon en las Exequias de Joseph de la Puente. ... 
Mexico. 1742. 4to. 78924 

Segura. Sermones panegiricos y morales ... Madrid. 1729. 
4 vols., 4to. 78925 

Also: Sermones ... Salamanca ^ Valladolid. 1738—39. 5 vols., 4to. 

Segura. Tractatus de Contractibus in genere et de Testa- 
mentis ... Salamantica. 1731. 410. 78926 

Segura. Tractatus Theologici pro variis gravibusque difficul- 
tatibus enodandis ... Matriti excudente 'Josepho Gorrzalez. 1731. 
2 vols., folio. 78927 

Nicolas de Segura was born at Puebla de los Angeles in 1676, and was killed in 
1743. For an account of" his life and writings, see Beristain's " Biblioteca Hispano 
Americana Setentrional." 

Segura (V.) Apuntes para la Estadistica del departamento 
de Orizava, formados por Vincente Segura. Jalapa. 1831. 
i2mo. 78928 

Segura Troncoso (Juan Antonio). El Arbol Genealogico : 
Elogio de la Santa Cruz ... Mexico por Ribera. 1718. 4to. 

Segura Troncoso. Elogio de S. Pedro Apostol ... Mexico^ 
por Hogal. 1730. 4to. 78930 

Segura Troncoso. El Milagro de la Pintura : elogio de 
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de Mexico ... Mexico^ por Ribera. 
1720. 4to. 78931 



234 SEISS. 

Segura Troncoso. Sermon de Capitulo Provincial ... Mex- 
ico^ por Hogal. 1737. 4to. 78932 

Segura Troncoso. Sermon de Dedicacion de Iglesia ... 
Mexico. 1738, 4to. 78933 

Titles from Beristain. 

Seidler (C.) Brasiliens Kriegs- und Revolutionsgeschichte 
seit dem Jahre 1825 bis auf unsere Zeit. ... Leipzig: E. Kum- 
mer. 1837. l6mo, pp. (2), 214. C 78934 

The Seigniorial Question. See [Hincks (F.)], Vol. viii., No, 
31932- 

Seis Noches de titeres majicos en el callejon del vinagre. 
Mexico. 1823. Sm. 8vo, pp. iii, 120. 78935 

Seiss (J. A.) Address at the Funeral of Mrs. Susan E. Mus- 
ser, Wife of William Musser, Esq. September i8th, 1867. By 
Rev. Joseph A. Seiss, d.d. Philadelphia. 1867. i2mo, pp. 16. 

Seiss. The Arts of Design, especially as related to Female; 
Education: An Address ... Baltimore. 1857. 8vo, pp. 27. 

Seiss. The Assassinated President, or the Day of Nationali 
Mourning for Abraham Lincoln, at St. John's (Lutheran) Churchr 
Philadelphia, June ist, 1865. The Pastor, Joseph A. Seiss, d.d.I 
officiating. For Sale at No. 42 North Ninth Street., Philadelphia! 
1865. 8vo, pp. 43, closing services (i). 7893I 

Seiss. Government and Christianity ; A Sermon for thi 

Times. By Joseph A. Seiss, d.d., Pastor of St. John's (LuthJ 

eran Church, Philadelphia. Philadelphia : C. Sherman i^' So? 
Printers. 1861. 8vo, pp. 35. 7893c 

Seiss. The Last Times and the Great Consummation. Ai 
Earnest Discussion of Momentous Themes. By Joseph A| 
Seiss, D.D. ... Philadelphia: Smithy English ^ Co. 1863. l2mo| 
pp. 438. B. 7894( 

Seiss. Remarks made at the Funeral of Henry Bohlen, Brig-j 
adier-General, U. S. Army, September 12th, 1862. By Josepl 
A. Seiss, D.D. ... Philadelphia: C. Sherman iff Son. 1862. 8v( 
pp. 16. H. 78941 

Seiss. Remarks made at the Funeral of Henry Horn, Phila-j 
delphia, January 16, 1862. By Rev. J. A. Seiss, D.D. Philai 
delphia : J. M. Spangler. 1862. 8vo, pp. 6. H. 7894^ 



SEIXAS. 235 

Seiss. Remarks made at the Funeral of Sarah Campbell Ran- 
dall, wife of Joseph S. Randall.' February 8th, 1862. By Rev. 
Joseph A. Seiss, d.d. Philadelphia. 1862. i2mo, pp. 12. ba. 

Seiss. The Threatening Ruin ; or Our Times, Our Pros- 
pects and Our Duty. A Discourse Delivered in St. John's 
(Lutheran) Church, Philadelphia, on the Occasion of the Na- 
tional Fast, January 4th, 1861. By Joseph A. Seiss, d.d. ... 
Philadelphia : Smith., English &' Co. 1 86 1. i2mo, pp. 38. R. 

Seixas (D. G.) Letters to C. C. Biddle and others con- 
nected with the Dismissal of Daniel G. Seixas and the late 
Founder of the Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. 
[^Philadelphia.'] 1822. 8vo. 7^945 

Seixas (D. R.) Memoria sobre a Salubridade Publica na 
Provincia da Bahia, pelo Doutor Domingos Rodrigues Seixas 
Vaccinador do Municipio da Capital, e Tenente Cirurgiaomor do 
3" Batalhao de Infantaria da G. N. Bahia: Typographia de Epi- 
phanio Pedroza, 1854. 8vo, pp. (8), 66. Table. 78946 

Seixas (Francisco Aguiar), Edicto Pastoral sobre los dias 
festivos, y en que se declaran deber serlo en el Arzobispado de 
Mexico los de Sta. Rosa, S. Agustin y S. Hipolito ... Mexico. 
1688. Folio. 78947 

Seixas. Pastoral para la ereccion de una Cofradia de la Doc- 
trina cristiana en todas las Parroquias del Arzobispado de Mexico. 
... Mexico. 1683. Folio. 78948 

Titles from Beristain, who also mentions: " Constituciones para el Culegio Semi- 
nario de la Santa Iglesia Metropolitana de Mexico, hechas en 1697, y reformadas por 
el Cabildo Sede-vacante mandadas imprimir en 17 10." 

Seixas (G.) A | Discourse, | Delivered | in the Synagogue | in | 
New York, I on I the ninth of May, 1798, | observed as a Day|of j 
Humiliation, &c., | Conformably to a Recommendation | of | the 
President of the United States of | America. | By Rev. G. Seixas. | 
Neiv-Tork : \ Printed by William A. Davis bf Co. \ 1798. | 8vo, pp. 

32. B., N., S. 78949 

Seixas. A Religious Discourse delivered in the Synagogue in 
this city ... Nov. 26, 1789, agreeable to the Proclamation of the 
President of the United States, &:c., to be observed as a Day of 
Public Thanksgiving and Prayer. By Rev. Mr. Gershom Seixas. 
Neiv York: McLean. 1789. 8vo, pp. 16. 78950 



236 SEIXAS. 

S[eixas] (M[anuel] J[ustiniano de]). Vocabulario da lingua 
indigena geral para o uso do Seminario episcopal do Para. Offe- 
recido, e dedicado ao ex.^° e rev."^° snr. d. Jose Affonso de Mo- 
raes Torres, d. d. bispo da diocese paraense, ... Pelo padre M. 
J. S. Para^ '^yP- ^^ Mattos e Comp." Impresso par 'Joaquim Fran- 
cisco de Mendon^a^ 1853. Sm. 8vo, pp. xvi, 66, erratas I leaf. 

For an account of the book and its author, lee Valle Cabral's " Bibliograpliia da 
lingua Tupi ou Guarani," p. zo. 

Seixas (R, a. de). Collec^ao das Obras do ex.n^o e rev."i° 
senhor D. Romualdo Antonio de Seixas. ... Pernambuco^ Typ. de 
Sanctos &' C.^ 1839. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. xxv, 348, index (5), errata 
(2); iv, 468, index (5), errata (5); vi, 374, index (7), errata (2). 
+ Tomo IV. Bahia^ ^yp' ^^^ Epiphanio Pedrosa. 1852. 8vo, pp. 
vi, 334, (2). + Tomo V. Bahia^ Typ. de Camillo de Lellis Mas- 
son. 1858. 8vo, pp. iii, 357, (2). 7^952 

Tomo VI. is also mentioned by Silva, in his "Diccionario Bibliographico Portuguez," 
vol. VII., p. 185, which sec for an account of the collection. 

Seixas. Memorias do marquez de Sancta-Cruz, arcebispo da 
Bahia, D. Romualdo Antonio de Seixas, metropolitano e primaz 
do Brazil, do conselho de S. M. ... Rio de "Janeiro^ Typ. Nacional. 
1 86 1. 4to, pp. XX, 144, (4). 78953 

Seixas. Ora^ao funebre, recitada nas exequias da serenissima 
senhora infanta D. Maria Anna, celebradas na cathedral do Para. 
... Rio de 'Janeiro.^ na Typ. Regia. 1814. 410, pp. 17. 7^954 

[Seixas.] Representa^ao dirigida pelo Arcebispo da Bahia a 
Assemblea geral do Brasil, sobre o privilegio do foro ecclesiastico, 
extincto pelo codigo do processo criminal ... Bahia., na Typ. de 
Moreira, 1832. 8vo, pp. 42. 7^955 

[Seixas.] Representa^ao dirigida a Assemblea geral legisla- 
tiva pelo Arcebispo da Bahia, sobre um projecto de lei, relativo 
aos impedimentos e causas matrimoniaes, offerecido a Camara dos 
deputados. Bahia. 1832. 8vo. 7^95^ 

[Seixas.] Resposta do Arcebispo da Bahia ao dr. Villela Ta- 
vares sobre as obriga^oes mixtas dos parochos. Bahia. 1853. 
8vo. 78957 

Seixas. Sermao de ac^ao de gramas, que no dia 13 de Maio 
celebrou o Senado da camara d'esta capital pela feliz acclamayao 
do muito alto e poderoso senhor D. Joao vi, rei do reino unido de 
Portugal, Brasil e Algarve ... Rio de ^Janeiro., na Typ. Regia. 
1818. 4to, pp. 22. 78958 



SEIXAS. 237 

Seixas. Sermoes e panegyricos recitados ... Com dous dis- 
cursos sobre a philosophia. Bahia^ na Typ. de Manuel Antonio da 
Silva Serva. 1819. 8vo. 7^959 

For an account of Seixas and his other writings, see Silva's " Diccionario Bibliogra- 
phico Portuguez," vol. vii., pp. 184.-186. See also [Rodrigues de Araujo (M. do M.)], 
Vol. XVII., No. 72503. 

Seixas y Lovera (F. de). Descripcion | Geographica, y Der- 
rotero de la | Region Avstral Magallanica. | Qve se Dirige Al 
Rey Nvestro Senor, Gian j Monarca de Espana, y sus Dominies 
en Europa, Emperador del Nuevo | .Miindo Americano, y Rey de 
los Reynos de las Filipinas, |y Malucas. | Por Mano del Excelen- 
tissimo Senor Marqvesjde los Velez, Gentilhombre de la Camara 
de su Magestad, de sus Con- | sejos de Estado, y Guerra, y Pre- 
sidente del Real, y Supremo Consejo | de Indias, y de las Reales 
Juntas de la Superintendencia de la | Real Hazienda, y de Arma- 
das, y Presidios. | A no de 1690. | Compvesto Por el Capitan Don | 
Francisco de Seixas y Lovera, Natural de la Diocesis de | la Ciu- 
dad, y Obispado de Mondonedo, en el Antiguo, | y Noble Reyno 
de Galicia. | Con Privilegio. | En Madrid : Por Antonio de Zafra^ 
Criado de su Magestad.\ [1690.] 4to, leaves (20), 90. H., L. 

"Seixas accompanied Tavernier in his embassy to the Great Mogul, and came home 
by China, the South Sea, and the Streights of Magellan. He afterwards made a voy- 
age from Holland to China through the same Streights and returned the same way; so 
that the greater part of this book is from his own observation."- — -Rich. See Leclerc's 
" Bibliotheca Americana" (1878), No. 1992, for a copy containing a manuscript map, 
drawn and colored by the author, with the inscription : " Este Mapa delineo D". Fran- 
cisco de Seixas y Lovera ano de 1690." 

Seixas y Lovera. Theatro | Naval Hydrographico, | de los 
Flvxos, y Reflvxos, y de|las Corrientes de los Mares, Estrechos, 
I Archipielagos, y Passages Aquales del Mundo, y de|las Diferen- 
cias de las Uariaciones de la Aguja de | Marear, y Efectos de la 
Luna, con los Uientos | Generales, y Particvlares qve Reynan en 
las I Quatro Regiones Maritimas del | Orbe. | Dirigido al Rey 
Nuestro Senor, en sv Real Consejo |de Indias, siendo Presidente 
en el, el Excelentissimo Senor Marques de|los Velez, &c. [Com- 
pvesto por el Capitan Don | Francisco de Seyxas y Lovera. | Con 
Privilegio. | En Madrid: Por Antonio de Zafra^ Criado de su Ma- 
gestad. I Am de 1688. | 410, leaves (8), I leaf folded, leaves i- 
104, (8). H. 78961 

Seixas y Lovera. Theatro naval hidrographico. ... Parts^ 
P. Gissey. 1703. 4to, 2 titles, pp. (12), 239, table of the w^inds. 

Seixas y Lovera. Theatre naval hydrographique, des flux 



238 SELDEN. 

et reflux, des courans des mers, detroits, Archipels et Passages 
aquatiques du Monde, et des variations du Compas marin, et 
efFets de la Lune ; avec les Vents generaux et particuliers qui 
regnent aux quatre Regions maritimes de I'Univers. Paris^ Pierre 
Gissey. i 704. i2mo, 2 titles, pp. (16), 281, (8). 2 Maps, Plate, 
and a folded Table. 78963 

The two maps exhibit the coasts of New England and a portion of the southern 
continent ("terres magellaniques "). 

The Seizure of the Bark Maury. See Vol. xiii., No. 53594. 

Seizure of the Ship Industry. See Vol. vi., No. 25368. 

The Seizure of the Southern Commissioners considered, with 
reference to International Law, and the Question of War and 
Peace. London: J. Ridgeway. 1862, 8vo, pp. 45. 78964 

"^-EhhU^ pseudon. See Vol. v.. No. 18939. 

[Selby (Benjamin).] Report of the Auditor of Public Ac- 
counts to the Senate of Kentucky, made in compliance with a 
resolution of Dec. 17, 1839. Frankfort. 1840. 8vo. 78965 

Selby (W.) Two Anthems, for Three and Four Voices. 
Composed ... by Wm. Selby, Professor of Music, in Boston. 
To be Sold at the Author's House., in Boston. [180-?] Oblong 4to, 
title and 8 unnumbered leaves of engraved music. 78966 

Selden, pseudon. Letters Addressed to the Members of the 
Eighteenth Congress. By Selden. First Published in the Na- 
tional Intelligencer, in 1823. IVashingion Printed, [n. d.] 8vo, 
pp. 34. B. 78967 

On nullification, etc. 

Selden (Almira). Effusions. [In verse.] ... Bennington. 
1820. i6mo. 78968 

Selden (D.) Conveyances on record in the Register's Office 
by Dudley Selden, from the ist January, 1825, to the ist Janu- 
ary, 1838. \^New York ;] Printed by Alexander S. Gould^ 144 Nas- 
sau-street., N. T. 1838. 8vo, pp. 175. Map of the Harlaem 
Commons in 4 sections. 78969 

On page 117 is the following half-title : " Deduction of the title to Harlaem Com- 
mons. The title to Harlaem Commons, commences with a Grant from Governor 
Richard Nicolls, dated May, 1666, which was afterwards confirmed by him and 
extended on the nth October, 1666. The last patent of Nicolls, was confirmed by 
Governor Thomas Dongan, on the 7th March, 1686," etc. The book is very scarce. 



SELDEN. 239 

Selden (H. R.) Can an obligation for the payment of "gold 
or silver coin " be discharged by a tender of Treasury notes ? 
An Argument submitted to the Secretary of the Treasury, May 
1866. By Henry R. Selden, Rochester, N. Y. [n. p/i866.] 
8vo, pp. 33. B. 78970 

Selden (J.) loannis Seldeni | Mare Clausum | seu | De Do- 
minio Maris | Libri Duo. | Primo, Mare, ex Jure Naturae seu 
Gentium, omni-|um hominum non esse Commune, sed Dominii | 
privati seu Proprietatis capax, pariter ac Tellurem, | esse demon- 
stratur. I Secundo, Serenissimum Magnae Britanniae Regem| Ma- 
ris circumflui, ut individuae atque perpetuae | Imperii Britannici 
appendicis, Dominum esse, jasscritur. | Pontus quoque Serviet Illi. 
( Londini^ \ Excudehat Will. Staneshe'tus^ pro Richardo Metghen. \ 
MDCXXXV. I Folio, pp. (26), 304, (14). Woodcuts. ba., H. 

Written in reply to the " Mare liberum " of Hugo Grotius. Other editions : 
Lugduni Bata-vorum. 1 636. 4to. a. 

Lugduni Bata-vor-vm, Apud yoannem, Sf Theodorvm Maire. ciaiacxxxvi. 8vo, pp. 
(12), 244. Woodcuts. H. 

Lugduni Bata-vorum. 1636. 24010. a. 

Amsterdam. 1636. 8vo. 

[n. p.] Juxta exemplar Londinense. 1636. i2mo. 

Selden. loannis Seldeni | Mare Clavsvm | sev De | Dominio 
Maris I Libri Duo. | i. Mare, ex lure Naturae seu Gentium, 
omnium | hominum non esse Commune, sed Do-|minii privati 
seu Proprietatis capax, pa- | riter ac Tellurem, esse demonstratur. ( 
II. Serenissimum Magnae Britanniae Regem | Maris circumflui, 
ut individuae atque per-|petuae Imperii Britannici appendicis, 
Do-|minum esse asseritur. | Accedunt | Marci Zverii Boxhornii 
Apologia I Pro navigationibus Hollandorum adversus | Pontvm 
Hevtervm,|et |Tractatvs Mvtvi Commercii|& navigationis inter 
^1 Henricvm vii. Regem | Angliae & Philippvm Archiducem Aus- 

I triae. | Londini.^ | luxta Exemplar Will. Stanesbeii pro Ri- \ chardo 

Meighen. M DC xxxvi. | Sm. 8vo, pp. (24), 504, 61. b. 78972 

Selden. Of the | Dominion, | Or, | Ownership of the Sea | 
Two Books. I In the First is shew'd, that the Sea, by the Law of 
Nature, or Nati-|ons, is not common to all men, but capable of 
Private Dominion or Pro- | prietie, as well as the Land. [ In the 
Second is proved, that the Dominion of the British Sea, or that | 
which incompasseth the Isle of Great Britain, is, and ever hath 
been, a | Part or Appendant of the Empire of that Island. | Writen 
at first in Latin, and Entituled, | Mare Clausum | Seu, | De Do- 



240 SELECT. 

minio Maris, | By John Selden, Esquire. | Translated into English; 
and set forth with som Additional | Evidences and Discourses,] By 
Marchamont Nedham. | Published by special Command.] London \ 
Printed by IVilliam Du-Gard^ by the appointment of the Council of 
State : and are to bee sold at the | Sign of the Ship at the New Ex- 
change. Anno Domini 1652. | Folio, pp. (46), 1-176, 179-274, 
279-500, (10), 37. Engraved Frontispiece and Woodcuts. H. 

Selden. Mare Clavsvm ; The Right and Dominion of the 
Sea in Two Books. ... Written at first in Latin by that late 
Famous and Learned Antiquary John Selden, Esquire. Formerly 
Translated into English, and now perfected and restored by J. 
H. Gent. ... London., Printed for Andreiv Kembe and Edward 
Thomas ... mdclxiii. Folio. Frontispiece. 7^974 

Selden. J. Seldeni Opera omnia tam edita quam inedita. 
Coliegit ac recensuit ; vitam auctoris, praefationes, et indices 
adjecit David Wilkins, s.t.p. ... London. 1726. 3 vols., folio. 

Selden (R. E.) An Address before the Middlesex Associa- 
tion, for the promotion of Temperance ; delivered at Essex, Feb- 
ruary 17th, 1829. By R. E. Selden, Jr. Esq. ... Middletown., 
Conn.: Parmelee ^ Greenfield. [1829.] 8vo, pp. 22. H. 78976 

[Selden.] Criticism on the Declaration of Lidependence, as 
a Literary Document. By Mon Droit. New York. 1846. 8vo, 
pp. 44. H. 78977 

De Seldsaame en noit gehoorde Wal-vis-vangst, Voorgevallen 
bij St. Anna-Land in 't jaar 1682. de 7. October. Midsgaders, 
Een Pertinente Beschrijvinge, Van de geheele Groen-landse- 
vaart. Verhandeld in Prose, en Versen. ... Door P: P: v: S. 
Tot Leiden In^t Jaar 1684. 410. 7 ^9 7 8 

"a-c2 in fours; then 6 leaves not paged, but marked No. 2-N0. 75 02-04, '^j 4 
leaves 5 f, 3 leaves; g, 2 leaves; h, 4 leaves; i, 3 leaves; Notitie van de Schepen 
Gedestineert uit dese Landen naar Groen-Land In 't Jaar 1683, 5 leaves; 6 plates." 
Title and collation from the Huth catalogue. For a second edition see Vol. xviii., 
No. 74630. 

Select Cases, adjudged in the Courts of the State of New- 
York. Vol. I. Containing the Case of John V. N. Yates, and 
the Case of the Journeymen Cordwainers of the City of New- 
York. New Tork : Isaac Riley. 181 1. 8vo, pp. (2), 278. H., s. 

A Select Collection of Poems, and other elegant Poetical Ex- 
tracts, on Subjects Miscellaneous, Moral, and Religious. ... Bos- 



SELECT. 241 

ton: Printed for "Joseph BumUead^ Printer and Bookseller. 1807. 
121110, pp. 300. H. 78980 

A Select Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts on Com- 
merce, from the originals of Evelyn, Defoe, Richardson, Tucker, 
Temple, and others. With a Preface, Notes, and Index. Lon- 
don : MDCCCLIX. 8vO, pp. Xvi, 623. A. 7898 1 

One hundred and fifty copies printed. On the verso of the half-title is printed : 
"This volume has been printed by Lord Overstone for distribution among his friends: 
it has been edited by J. R. McCulloch, Esq." 

A Select Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts on Money, 
with preface, notes and index by J. R. McCulloch. London: 
Political Economy Cluh. 1856. 8vo. 78982 

One hundred and twenty-five copies printed. Priced by Quaritch in 1887, £5 15s. 

Select Discourses from the American Preacher ... By some of 
the most eminent Evangelical Ministers in the United States. ... 
Edinburgh. 1796-1801. 2 vols., 8vo. 7 ^9^3 

Edited by J. Erskine, d.d. "With a supplement containing ... separate discourses 
... published at different times ... in America." 

Select Dissertations on Colonies and Plantations. By those 
celebrated authors. Sir Josiah Child, Charles Davenant, ll.d., 
and Mr. William Wood. Wherein the nature of Plantations, 
and their Consequences to Great Britain, are seriously Consid- 
ered. And a Plan proposed, which may settle the Unhappy Dif- 
ferences between Great Britain and America. London : IV. Hay. 
mdcclxxv. 8vo, pp. V, 113. j.c.B. 78984 

Select Essays : | Containing : | The Manner of raising and | 
dressing Flax, and Hemp. | Also, The whole Method of | Bleach- 
ing or Whitening! Linen-Cloth. I Likewise, Observations on | the 
Management of Cows | and Sheep. | The Manner of raising Rad- | 
ishes. Turnips, Cabbage | and other such Plants. | And an Enquiry, 
concerning | the materials that may be | used in making Paper. | 
With, Valuable Dissertati-| ons on other useful Subjects. | Col- 
lected from the Dictionary of Arts and | Sciences, and from vari- 
ous modern Authors, j ... 1 Philadelphia : \ Printed.^ by Robert Bell^ 
next Door to \ St. Paul's Churchy in Third-Street, Philadelphia. \ 
M,Dcc,Lxxvii. I 8vo, pp. (8), 159, List of Books (i). Folded 
Plate. 7^9B5 

Title from Hildeburn's " Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania." 

Select Essays, With some (ew | Miscellaneous | Copies of| 
Verses | Drawn by | Ingenious Hands. | ... | \_BostonFJ^ Printed in the 
Tear 1714. | 8vo, pp. 47. M. 78986 



242 SELECT. 

Contains, among other things, a poem "To the Reverend Mr. Peter Thacher, Pas- 
tor of the Church of Milton ;" and " Epitaph on Benjamin Thompson, a famous Poet 
in New-England." 

Select I Letters I on the | Trade and Government | of | America; 
and thejPrinciplesIof I Law and Polity, | applied to the [American 
Colonies. | Written by Governor Bernard, | at Boston, | In the 
Years 1763, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. ] London\ Printed by W. Bowyer and 
J. Mc/Wj. |mdcclxxiv. I 8vo, pp. (2), vii, 85. m. 78987 

See also Vol. ii., No. 4925, for other editions. 

Select Pamphlets. ... Philadelphia: Mat hew Carey, ijgb. 8vo. 

A collection of remainders bound together, with a general title prefixed. Contents : 
The Political Progress of Britain, 1795 {see Vol. in., No. 10066)5 A Bone to Gnaw, 
for the Democrats, 1795 [see Vol. iv.. No. I 3875); The Gnillotina, [1796] (see Vol. 
IV., No. 13885); The Democratiad, 1796 (see Vol. iv.. No. 13879); Trial of Mau- 
rice Margarot, Lo«(/<3n : Printed, New York: Reprinted, 1 794; A Poem on Industry, 
1794 (see Vol. viii.. No. 33813); Observations on a Pamphlet, entituled "Consider- 
ations on the Order of Cincinnati" (another edition of No. 9280, Vol. iii). See also 
Vol. 111., No. 10883. 

Select Passages from the Holy Scriptures. The Creation, and 
the fall of man. Genesis i-iii. [The ten commandments ; the 
birth of Jesus Christ; parable of the prodigal son ; the rich man 
and Lazarus; the Pharisee and the Publican; the Lord's Supper. 
Park Hill? 1836.?] 24mo, pp. 24. ba. 78989 

In the Cherokee language. Improved title of No. 12475, Vol. 111. 

Select Poems on Kindness to Animals ... New York. 1846. 
i8mo. 78990 

Select Reviews, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines. By E. 
Bronson, and others. Vol. l. Philadelphia : From the Lorenzo 
Press of E. Bronson. Published hy Hopkins and Earle., [etc.'] 1 809. 
8vo. H., N. 78991 

Continued to vol. viii., 1812, and afterwards as the " Analectic Magazine." 

Select I Tracts | relating to | Colonies. | Consisting of | i. An 
Essay on Plantati-| ons. By Sir Francis] Bacon Lord Chan-] 
cellor of England. | ii. Some Passages taken | out of the History 
of I Florence, &c. | ni. A Treatise. By John | De Witt Pensioner 
I of Holland. | iv. The Benefit of Plan- j tations or Colonies. | By 
William Penn. | v. A Discourse concer-|ning Plantations. By | 
Sir Josiah Child. | London., \ Printed for J. Roberts at the Oxford- 
Arms in I Warwick- Lane. \ Price Six-pence.)\ [174-?] 8vo, pp. 
(8), 40. L. 78992 

James Roberts printed as early as 1 7 14 and as late as 1744. 



SELECTION. 243 

Selectae|e Veteri [Testamento] Historiae. | Ad usum Eorum qui 
Latinae Linguae Ru- 1 dimentis imbuuntur. | Nova Editio. | Prioribus 
niulto emendatioi". | Philadelphia : | Excuderunt Prichard et Hall^ 
vico vulgariter dicto Market | Street^ et y. "James^ vico Chesnut 
Ar^-?^, I M,DCC,LXXXVil. I l2mo, pp. xi, (l), 154,(1). ■\- New 
York: Printed by yames Orarn^ 102 Water-street^ for the New- 
York Association of Booksellers. 1 80 1. l2mo, pp. ix, 157. -\- Phil- 
adelphia : Printed for Hugh Maxwell., T . and W. Bradford^ fohn 
Conrad and Co. yacob yohnson., and Mathew Carey. 1804. Thomas 
I5S William Bradford., Printers. 1 2mo, pp. xii, 151. -\- New-York : 
Printed for T. & f. Swords., E. Duyckinck, P. A. Mesier^ Ana 
Brisban ^ Brannan. W. A. Davis., print. i8o7. 1 2mo, pp. ix, 
157. ' L. 78993 

Also: Selects e Veteri Testamento, Historiae; or Select Passages from the Old 
Testament. To which is added, An Alphabetical Vocabulary, or Dictionary of Words 
contained in this Book ... Carefully revised and corrected by the Author. ... By James 
Hardy, a.m. ... Neiv Tori: ... T. & y. Sivords, printers. 1811. I2mo, pp. XX, 291. 
From this edition it appears that the edition of 1787 was compiled by James Hardie, 
"while teacher of the Friends' Grammar School in Philadelphia." Titles and note 
furnished by Mr. Paul L. Ford. 

A Selection from the Harleian Miscellany of Tracts, which 
principally regard the English History ; of which many are 
referred to by Hume. London: Printed for C. and G. Kearsley. 
M.DCC.xciii. 4to, pp. vii, 571. H. 78994 

Includes the Demeanor of Sir W. Raleigh, a Brief Relation of Sir W. Raleigh, and 
a Relation of the Proceedings of the Forces of King William and Queen Mary, against 
the French in the West Indies, etc. 

A Selection of Eulogies. See Vol. i., No. 258. 

A Selection of Hand-Bills, circulated this Spring, before the 
General Election for State Officers took place. With an Intro- 
duction by the Publisher. "Beware of Men." New-York : 
Printed for the Publisher. 18 10. 8vo, pp. 35. N. 78995 

A Selection of Laws, &c. passed at the First Session of the 
Twelfth Congress of the United Srates of America. Illustrative 
of the present relative position of the United States and the 
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, &c. Philadel- 
phia : Thomas Hope. [1812.?] l2mo, pp. 45. 78996 

A I Selection I of I Orations and Eulogies, [pronounced indiffer- 
ent parts of the I United States, | in Commemoration of the Life, 
Virtues, I and pre-eminent Services of | Gen. George Washington, 
I Who Died, at Mount Vernon, December 14, 1 799 ; | in the 68th 



244 SELECTIONS. 

Year of his Age. | ... | Amherst : Printed by Samuel Preston. \ 1800. | 
l2mo, pp. 165, (2). B. 78997 

This collection, edited by Rev. Mr. Atherton, contains the orations of Lee, Minot, 
Ames, S. S. Smith, Atherton, McGaw, and Orr, with Washington's Farewell Address. 
Brought in Woodward's sale (1869), $45. 

... A Selection of Papers on Arctic Geography and Ethnology. 
Reprinted, and presented to the Arctic Expedition of 1875, by 
the President, Council, and Fellows of the Royal Geographical 
Society. London: "John Murray, 1875. 8vo, pp. xii, 292. 1 
Maps. 78998 

With heading : Arctic Geography and Ethnology. 

A Selection of Poems, from the Diary of Cole : Ex-King of 
the Larder, now Mad-house Lyrist. Concord. 1852. Sm. i2mo. 

A Selection of the Patriotic Addresses, to the President of the 
United States [John AdamsJ. Together with the President's 
Answers. Presented in the Year One Thousand Seven Hund- 
red and Ninety-eight, and the Twenty-second of the Independ- 
ence of America. Boston: Printed by 'John W. Folsom. 1798. 
i2mo, pp. 360. 79000 

Corrected title of No. 259, Vol. i. 

A Selection of Trials. See S, (J. G.), Vol. xviii., No. 74621. 

A Selection of War Lyrics, With [eight] Illustrations on 
Wood by ¥. O. C. Darley. New York: James G. Gregory. 
M.DCCC.LXiv. 4to, pp. 32. 79001 

Selections from Notices of the Press on the Valedictory Ad- 
dress to the Graduating Class of the Female Medical College of 
Pennsylvania. Philadelphia : King ^ Baird^ Printers. 1863. 8vo, 
pp. 13. 79002 

Selections from the American Poets, Bryant, Dana, Percival, 
Sigourney, Longfellow, Willis, Whittier ... . Dublin. 1834. 
i6mo, 79003 

Selections from the Book of Common Prayer. See Vol. 11., 
No. 6355. 

Selections from the Chronicle of Boston and from the Book of 
Retrospections and Anticipations. Compiled in the Last Month 
of the Last Year of the Town, and the First Month of the First 
Year of the City, Being the Year of our Lord mdcccxxii. [^Bos- 
ton. 1822.] 8vo, pp. 132. B., H. 79004 

Improved title of No. 6554, Vol. 11. 



SELFRIDGE. 245 

Selections from the Court Reports originally published in the 
Boston Morning Post, from 1834 to 1837. Arranged and revised 
by the Reporter of the Post. Boston : Otis, Broaders^ ^ Co. 
1837. i2mo, pp. 252. 79005 

Selections from the Poetical Literature of the West. ... Cin- 
cinnati : Published by U. P. James. [R. P. Brooks^ Printer.'] 1 84 1. 
i2mo, pp. 264. L. 79006 

The preface is signed "W. D. G.," i.e. William D. Gallagher. Corrected title of 
No. 26382, Vol. VII. 

Selections from the Speeches and Writings of Prominent Men 
in the United States, on the Subject of Abolition and Agitation, 
and ill tavor of the Compromise Measures of the last session of 
Congress, addressed to the People of the State of New-York, 
by the Union Safety Committee. New- Tor k : Printed by y. P. 
Wright. 1 85 1. 8vo, pp. 69. 79007 

Selections from the Testimony. See '■''Cotton" Vol. v. 17132. 

The Self-P'latterer discovered, in some serious animadversions 
on a merry Paper in the Daily Post, intituled, The humble address 
of the "Grand Inquest for the body of the Island of Barbadoes." 
London. 1720. 8vo. 79008 

Self-Government. See [Richter (M. A.)], Vol. xvii. 71223. 

The Self Instructor: A Monthly Journal, devoted to Southern 
Education and to the Diffusion of a Knowledge of the Resources 
and Power of the South, as represented by the Negro, the Rail 
and the Press. Richard W. Habersham, Editor. Vol. i.. No. i., 
October, 1853. Charleston., S. C. : Harper and Calvo., Printers. 
[1853.] ^^°- Continued. H. 79009 

Selfridge (T. O.) a Correct Statement of the Whole Pre- 
liminary Controversy between Tho. O. Selfridge and Benj. Aus. 
tin ; also a Brief Account of the Catastrophe in State Street, 
Boston, on the 4th August, 1806; with Some Remarks. By 
Tho. O. Selfridge. ... Charlestown : Printed by Samuel Etheridge. 
1807. 8vo, pp. 52. A., H. -f Second Edition. \_Ibid.'] 1807- 
8vo, pp. 52. 79010 

Selfridge. Trial of Thomas O. Selfridge, Attorney-at-Law, 
before the Hon. Isaac Parker, Esquire. For killing Charles Aus- 
tin, on the Public Exchange, in Boston, August 4th, 1806. 
Taken in Short Hand, by T. Lloyd ... and Geo. Caines, ... an4 

VOL. XIX. 16 



246 SELKIRK. 

sanctioned by the Court ... Boston: Puhlished by Russell and Cut- 
ler. [1807.] 8vo, pp. 168, Contents i leaf, Plan, and 2 leaves 
of Notes. • 7901 1 

Selfridge. Trial of Thomas O. Selfridge, Counsellor at 
Law, before the Hon. Isaac Parker, Esquire, for killing Charles 
Austin, on the Public Exchange, in Boston, August 4th, 1806. 
Taken in shorthand, by T. Lloyd ... and G. Caines ... Second 
Edition. Boston : Russell and Cutler.^ Belcher and Jrmstrong^ and 
Oliver and Munroe ... [i 80 7.] 8vo, pp. 168, (l). Map. 

A trial of extraordinary interest from the high standing of the parties and the emi- 
nent legal talent engaged. James Sullivan was Attorney General, and Samuel Dexter 
and Christopher Gore defended Selfridge. 

Selfridge (T. O.), b. 1837. Reports of Explorations and 
Surveys to ascertain the Practicability of a Ship-Canal between 
the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans by the way of the Isthmus of 
Darien. By Thos. Oliver Selfridge, Commander, U. S. Navy. 
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1874. 8vo, pp. (2), 266, 
(2). Plates and folded Maps. H. 79013 

Selim, pseudon. See [Woodworth (Samuel)]. 

Selin's Grove, Penn. Addresses, Inaugurals and Charges 
delivered in Selin's Grove, Snyder Co., Pa. September ist, and 
November 24th, 1858, in connection with laying of the Corner 
Stone, and the Installation of the Professors of the Evang. Luth- 
eran Missionary Institute, together with an Appeal in behalf of 
that Institution. Baltimore: T. Newton Kurtz. 1859. l6mo, 
pp. (2), 184. 79014 

Selkirk {^Earl of). See [Douglas (Thomas)], Vol. v., Nos. 
20697-20704. 

The two following titles are supplementary. 

[Selkirk.] Observations on a Proposal for forming a Society 
for Promoting the Civilisation and Improvement of the North- 
American-Indians in the British Boundary. London: Richard 
Taylor and Co. 1807. i2mo, pp. 24. 79015 

Selkirk. Recit des evenemens. See Vol. xvi.. No. 68367. 

Selkirk. Report of the Proceedings connected with the 
Disputes between the Earl of Selkirk, and The North- West 
Company, at the Assizes, held at York in Upper Canada. Oc- 
tober 1818. From minutes taken in Court. Montreal: Printed 
by James Lane and N ahum Mower. 18 19. 8vo, pp. xxiii, (2), 300, 



SELKIRK. 247 

218, 55, 4, xlviii. H. + Montreal: printed. London: reprinted. 
1819. 8vo, pp. XXV, 225, 203, Appendix 48. 79016 

Corrected title of No. 20701, Vol. v. 

Selkirk (A.), b. 1676, d. 1723. Providence Display'd, | Or 
a very Surprizing | Account | of one | Mr. Alexander Selkirk, | 
Master of a Merchant-Man call'd the Cinque- 1 Ports ; who 
Dreaming that the Ship would | soon after be lost, he desired to 
be left on ] a Desolate Island in the South-Seas, where | he liv'd 
Yonv Years and Four Months, with- 1 out seeing the Face of 
Man, the Ship be-|ing afterwards cast away as he Dreamed. | As 
also, I How he came afterwards to be miraculously Preserv'd |and 
Redeem'd from that fatal Place, by Two Bristol | Privateers, 
call'd the Duke and Dutchess j that took | the Rich Aquapulco 
Ship worth One Hundred Tunn|of Gold, and brought it to Eng- 
land, [To which is added,] An Account of his Life and Conver- 
sation, Birth, and | Education. His Description of the Island 
where he | was cast ; how he subsisted ; the several strange | 
Things he saw, and how he us'd to spend his Time. | With some 
Pious Ejaculations that he used, Com-|pos'd during his Melan- 
choly Residence there. | Written by his own Hand, and attested 
by most of the [Eminent Merchants upon the Royal Exchange.] 
London: Printed by J. Read., in White- Fryers. 1712. | 4to, pp. I2. 

The substance of this account, on which Defoe's story of Robinson Crusoe is founded, 
first appeared in Capt. Woodes Rogers's "Cruising Voyage round the World," 1712. 
It was partly reprinted in the " Harleian Miscellany," vol. xi. (1810), pp. 40-45. 
The above title is taken from a copy in the Lenox Library. 

Selkirk. Providence Displayed ; or, the Remarkable Adven- 
tures of Alexander Selkirk, of Largo, in Scotland, who lived four 
years and four months by himself, on the Island of Juan Fernan- 
dez ... To which is added a Supplement, containing the History 
of Peter Serrano, Ephraim How, and others, left in similar situa- 
tions. ... Bristol. 1800. i2mo, pp. x, 194. Map and 24 Illus- 
trations. 79018 

By Isaac Janies. Corrected title of No. 35704, Vol. ix. 

Selkirk (E.), b. 1809. An Address, delivered at the time of 
Laying the Corner Stone of Trinity Church ... Albany. By the 
Rector, Rev. Edward Selkirk, a.m. May 18, 1848. ... Albany: 
Printed by C. Van Benthuysen. 1848. 8vo, pp. 13, (l). B. 79019 

Selkirk. A Brief History of the Parish of Trinity Church, 
Albany, N. Y., from its organization ... 1829, to the consecra- 
tion of the Church Edifice, Sept. 10, 1849 ••• • ^^^° ^ continued 



248 SELLER. 

history of the Parish to January, 1870. Compiled from the 
Records, by the Rev. Edward Selkirk ... . Albany: '/. Mumell. 
1870. 8vo, pp. 60. Frontispiece. b. 79020 

Also: To the Parishioners of Trinity Church ... \^Alhany: J. Munsell. 1851.] 
8vo, pp. 3. 

Sell (J. J.) Versuch einer Geschichte des Negersclavenhan- 
dels ... Halle. 1791. 8vo. 79021 

Seller (John). America. \_Londofi^ about 1700?] i2mo. 
28 copperplate Maps. 79022 

See Stevens's " Nuggets," No. 2447. 

Seller. Atlas Maritimus. Describing the Sea Coasts, Capes 
Headlands Bayes Roads Harbors and Ports in most of y^ known 
parts of the World. [Printed title :] Atlas Maritimus ; or a Sea 
Atlas Describing the Sea Coasts in most of the known Parts of 
the World ... [_Londori^ before 1700.''] l2mo, pp. 14. 30 Maps. 

Fourteen of the maps relate to America. 

Seller. Atlas | Maritimus. | or A Book of [ Charts. | Describe- 
ing the Sea Coasts Capes | Headlands Sands Shoals Rocks and 
Dangers. | the Bayes Roads Harbors Rivers and Ports, in | most 
of the knowne parts of the | World. | With the true Courses and 
distances, from one | place to another, Gathered from the latest 
and I best Discoveryes that have bin made by divers | Able and 
Experienced Navigators of our English | Nation, Accomodated 
with an Hydrographicall | Description of the whole World. | By 
John Seller, j Hidrographer to y^ Kings most Excellent Majestie. | 
And are to be Sold by him at the Hermitage Stair es | in Wapping^ and 
at his Shop in Exchange Alley. | Near the Royall Exchange | in Lon- 
don. I Cum Privilegio. | lohn Percivalle. \ London, | [n. d.] Folio, pp. 
(6), 12. 34 double-page Maps. B. 79024 

Seller. Atlas Minimus : or, A Book of Geography Shewing 
all the Empires, Monarchies, Kingdoms, Regions, Dominions, 
Principalities, and Countries in the whole World. By John 
Seller Hydrography to the King. And are sold at his House at the 
Hertnitage in IVapping ... London, [n. d.] l2mo, engraved title, 
Frontispiece, and 53 Maps, with letter-press descriptions. 

Thirteen of the maps relate to America. 

Seller. A Description of New-England. Published by John 
Seller. [London. 1682.?] Folio, pp. 4. Folded Map. H. 

The map is inscribed "A Mapp of New England by John Seller Hydrographer To 



SELLERS. 249 

the King. And are to bee Sold at his Shop at the Hermitage in Wapping And by 
Ii>hn Hills In Exchange Alley in Cornhill London." 

Seller atid Price ( ). English Neptune, or new Sea 

Atlas, describing the Sea Coasts, Capes, Headlands, Rocks, 
Bays, Harbours, Ports, ... in all the known parts of the World. 
... London. 1704. Folio. 79027 

Several of the maps relate to America. 

Seller. New-England | Almanack | Shewing the day of the 
lVIonth,ye Prime, | Epact, & Dominicall letter, with a Table | of 
the New Moones for|xxx Years. | Also the Suns Place, its Rise- 
ing & I Setting, The Length of the dayes & nights] and Moveable 
Feasts forever, w:^'' severall | usefull Remarques. Calculated for 
the I Meridian of y^ said Province.] By John Seller.] [Small map 
of New England.] ] Sold by the Author at the Hermitage \ in IVap- 
ping London. 1685.] Sm. 8vo, title and (26) leaves. H., N. 

Printed from engraved copperplates. Most of the leaves are printed on one side 
only. The last two leaves contain a map of " New England and New York by John 
Seller." Another leaf is a plate of the planetary influences. 

Seller, A | Pocket Book | Containing severall Choice ] Col- 
lections I in 1 Arithmetick. ] Astronomy. ] Geometry. ] Surveying. | 
Dialling. ] Navigation. ] Astrology. ] Geography. ] Measuring. | 
Gageing. ] By John Seller. | Hydrographer to the king. ] And are 
sold by him at the Hermitage \ in IP'apping and at his shop in ] Papers 
head Alley in Cornhill., London. \ [1677?] Sm. 8vo, engraved title, 
pp. 40, and 88 engraved leaves. ba. 79029 

This book contains a map of America, with a brief geographical description. 

Seller. Practical Navigation ; or an Introduction to the 
Whole Art, Containing many useful Geometrical Definitions and 
Problems; ... all carefully Corrected, with many useful Additions. 
By John Seller, Hydrographer to the King. London: Printed for 
R. and IP'. Mount and T. Page., in Postern-Row., on Toiuer-Hill. 
MDCCXviii. 8vo, pp. (8), 264, (126). Frontispiece, Charts, and 
Plates. H. 79030 

Mr. Harrisse ("Notes sur la Nouvelle-France," No. 283) describes the following: 
"A Chart of the | Coast of | America | from New Found Land to Cape | Cod by lohn 
Seller Hydrographer | to the King." Size, 5 3 x 42 cent. 

Sellers (R.) An ] Account ] of the ] Sufferings | of] Richard 
Sellers, ] Of Keinsey, a Fisherman, ] Who was pressed in Scar- 
borough-Piers, in the I Time of the two last Engagements between 
the] Dutch and English, in the Year 1665. ] Philadelphia: \ Printed 



250 



SELYS-LONGCHAMPS. 



and Sold by "Joseph Crukshank^ in Third- Street^ | opposite the Work- 
House^ MDCCLxxii. I i2mo, pp. 26. 79031 

Title from Hildeburn's " Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania." The name in the 
title should be "Richard Sellar." For other editions iee Smith's "Catalogue of 
Friends' Books," 11. 555. 

Sello del Pasaporte para Londres al ciudano [Manuel de Mier 
y] Teran. Mexico. 1826. 4to, pp. 43, 79^32 

Sellon (C. J.) A Review of the Commerce, Manufactures, 
and the Public and Private Improvements of Galesburg, 111. 
Containing a brief History of Knox College, and Sketches of 
the first Settlement of the Town. Compiled and written by C. 
J. Sellon. Galesburg., III.: J. H. Sherman., Printer. 1 857. 8vo, 
pp. 62. 79033 

Sellon (J.) A Series of Sermons on the Doctrine of Ever- 
lasting Punishment, as revealed in the Holy Scriptures ... Canan- 
daigua. 1828. 8vo, pp. 106. 79^34 

Sells (W.) Remarks on the Condition of the Slaves in the 
Island of Jamaica. By William Sells. ... London: y. M. Rich- 
ardson. 1823. 8vo, pp. 50. C, H. 79035 

Selva (J. M.) Salud Dn. Jose Manuel Selva Mayo 10 de 
1852, Segunda Capilada. [Tegucigalpa? 1852.] 8vo. 79036 

Selva. Vindicacion ... de Jose Manuel Selva relativa a la 
calumnia forjada. [Tegucigalpa f 1852.] 8vo, 9 leaves. 79037 

Selva (Juan de la). Memorial para la Conversion de Indios. 
[n. p.] 1630. 79038 

Title from Ternaux, No. 517. 

Selye (L.) National Debt and Finances. Speech of Hon. 
Lewis Selye, of New York, delivered in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, March 14, 1868. [Washington. 1868,] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Appended to the following : 

Selye. Speeches of Hon, Lewis Selye, of New York, on 
the Tariff and Internal Tax ... in the House of Representatives, 
June 13, 1868; and on the National Debt and Finances ... in 
the House of Representatives, March 14, 1868. Washington : 
F. and J. Rives ^ Geo. A. Bailey. 1868. 8vo, pp. 16, 8. H. 

Selys-Longchamps (Walihere de). Notes d'un voyage au 
Bresil. ... Bruxelles. 1875. 8vo, pp. 102. 79041 



SEMANARIO. 25I 

Semalle (Rene de). Considerations on the establishment in 
the Indian Territory of a new state of the American Union, ... 
Versailles. 1 876. 8vo, pp. 8. 79042 

Title from one of Dufosse's catalogues. 

Semalle. De I'etat present et futur des Peaux-Rouges. Par 
Rene de Semalle. [n. p. 187-.?] 8vo, pp. 26. 79043 

Semalle. Etat actuel des populations indigenes dans les 
diverses colonies europeennes. Par Rene de Semalle. Paris. 
1874. 8vo, pp. 14. 79044 

Semalle. Les Indiens des £tats-Unis par Rene de Semalle. 
Paris., J. Marc. 1869. 8vo, pp. 32, 7. C -\- Paris: httprimerie 
de &. Martinet. 1874. 8vo, pp. 14. B. 79045 

La Semana de las Senoritas Mejicanas. ... Mejico. 1851-52. 
4 vols., 4to. -\- Nueva epoca. Tom. i. Mejico. 1852. 410. 
Plates. 79046 

All published. See also No. 79052, infra. 

Semana literaria de "el Porvenir." ... Bogota. 1858. 2 vols., 
Svo. 79047 

Semanario Artistico para la Educacion y fomento de los Arte- 
sanos de la republica. Tom i. [Nos. 1-68.] Mexico. 1844-45. 
Folio. BM. 79048 

Semanario de Agricultura. Vol. i. [Nos. 1-18.] Mexico. 
1840. 8vo. BM. 79049 

Semanario de la Industria Megicana. ... Megico. 1841-42. 
4to. 79050 

Vol. I., 24 numbers J Vol. 11., 13 numbers (all published). 

Semanario de la Nueva Granada. Miscelanea de ciencias, 
literatura, artes e industria publicada por una sociedad de patriotas 
granadinos, bajo la direccion de Francisco Jose de Caldas. Nueva 
edicion corregida, aumentada con varies opusculos ineditos de F. 
J. de Caldas. Anotada, y adornada con su retrato y con el cua- 
dro original de la geographia de las plantas del baron de Hum- 
boldt. Paris., Lasserre. 1849. Svo, pp. xii, 572. Portrait and 
Plate. c. 79051 

For the first edition see No. 79054, infra. 

Semanario de las Senoritas Mejicanas. Educacion cientifica, 
moral, y literaria, del bello sexo. ... Mejico: V. G. Torres. 1841- 
1842. 3 vols., 4to. c. 79052 

Sec also No. 79046, supra. 



252 SEMI-CENTENNIAL. 

El Semanario de Santiago. [Nos. 1-3 1.] Santiago. 1842-3. 
4to. 79053 

Semanario del Nuevo Reyno de Granada. [No. i, 3 de 
Enero, 1808-N0. 53, i de Enero 1809.] Santafe. 1808-09. 
4to, pp. 1-114, 145-459. 7 Tables, -f- Ano 2. [No. i, 8 de 
Enero, 1809-N0. 52, 31 de Diciembre, 1809.] Santafe. 1809. 
4to, pp. 386, irregularly paged. -\- Afio de 1810. [Nos. i-ii.] 
Santafe de Bogota. 18 10. 410. 79^54 

Edited by Franc. Joseph de Caldas y Tenorio and Diego Martin Tanco. No. 25 of" 
Ano 2 is accompanied by a supplement. Also: Prospecto del Semanario ... para il 
alio de 1809. \^Santafe August 8, 1808.] 4to, 2 leaves. See Leclerc's " Bibliotheca 
Americana" (1878), No. 1493. For another edition see No. 79051, supra. 

Semanario Judicial de la Federacion Mexicana. Coleccion de 
las Sentencias pronunciadas por los Tribunales Federates ... 
Mexico. 1 87 1. 4to. 79055 

Semanario politico y literario de Mejico. ... Mexico^ M. de 
Zuniga y Ontiveros. 1 820-22. Tom. 1-4, sm. 4to. 7905^ 

A journal of much interest for the history of Mexico. 

Semblanzas de los miembros que ban compuesto la camara de 
diputados del Congreso de la Union de la Republica Mexicana 
en el bienio de 1827 y 1828. Nueva York. 1828. Sm. 8vo, 
pp. 23. 79057 

See also Vol. xil., No. 48658. 

Semblanzas de los representantes que compusieron el congreso 
constituyente de 1836. Mexico., M. R. Gallo. 1837. i2mo, pp. 
45. c. 79058 

[Semeria (J. B.)] Sketches of the Life of the Very Rev. 
Felix De Andreis, First Superior of the Congregation of the 
Mission in the United States, and Vicar-General of the Diocese 
of New Orleans ; with a Sketch of the Progress of the Catholic 
Religion in the United States, from the beginning of the present 
century to the year i860. Baltimore: Kelly., Median & Piet. 
1861. i2mo, pp. 276. Portrait. B., c. 79059 

Translated from the Italian manuscript. 

lie Semeur Canadien, Journal des Connaissances Utiles en 
Politique, Litterature, Morale, et Religion. (Vol. i.. No. i. 
Jeudi, 27 Fevrier 1851-N0. 23, Decembrc, 185 1.] Montreal. 
1851. 8vo, pp. 208. B. 79060 

The Semi- Centennial Celebration of the Park Street Church 



SEMINOLE INDIANS. 



253 



and Society; Held on the Lord's Day, February 27, 1859. Wth 
The Festival on the day following. Boston: Henry Hoyt. 1861. 
i2mo, pp. 166. Portrait. ba. 79061 

Improved title of No. 6669, Vol. 11. 

The Semi-Colon. No. i. Cincinnati. 1844. 8vo. Con- 
tinued. H. 79062 

Seminole Indians. An Authentic Narrative of the Seminole 
War; its Cause, Rise and Progress, and a Minute Detail of the 
Horrid Massacre Of the Whites, by the Indians and Negroes, 
in Florida, in the months of December, January and February. 
Communicated for the press by a gentleman who has spent eleven 
weeks in Florida, near the scene of the Indian depredations, and 
in a situation to collect every important fact relating thereto. 
Providence: D. F. Blanchard. 1836. 8vo, pp. 24. F'olded Plate. 

Authentic Narrative of the Seminole War: and of the Escape 
of Mrs. Mary Godfrey and her children. New York. 1836. 
8vo. 79064 

Set also Vol. VI., No. 24901. 

Causes of Hostilities of Seminole Indians. Message from the 
President ... \_lVashington. 1836.] 8vo, pp. 22. Large Map. 

A Concise Narrative of the Seminole Campaign, By an Offi- 
cer attached to the Expedition. Nashville.^ Tenn.: Printed by 
M' Lean isf Tunstall. 1819. 8vo, pp. 41. B., ba., s. 79066 

Debate in the House of Representatives of the United States, 
on the Seminole War, in January and February, 1819. Wash- 
ington: Printed at the Office of the National Intelligencer. 1819. 
i2mo, pp. {4), 591. B., ba. 79067 

Improved title of No. 19091, Vol. y. 

Message from the President of the United States transmitting 
copies of Documents referred to in his communication of the 
seventeenth ultimo, in relation to the Seminole War, &c. ... 
Washington : Printed by E. De Kraffit. 18 1 8. 8vo, pp. 165. B. 

See also Vol. xii., Nos. 48076-77. 

Report of Senate Committee on the Message of the President 
relative to the Seminole War ; with accompanying documents. 
[^Washington. 1819.] 8vo, pp. 40. 79069 

Report on the Massacres committed by Seminoles. [n. p. n. 
d.j 8vo, pp. 5. 79070 



254 SEMMES. 

Seminoles, Negroes, &c., captured from Indians in Florida, 
&c. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting The infor- 
mation required, respecting the disposition of Negroes and other 
Property captured from hostile Indians during the present war in 
Florida, &c. Washington, 1839. 8vo, pp. 126. 790? i 

See also "Sketch of the Seminole War," and "A Vindication of the Measures." 

Semler (J. S.) AUgemeine Geschichte|der | Ost und West- 
indischen | Handlungsgeselschaften | in Europa. | ... | Aus dem Eng- 
lischen iibersetzt. | Unter der Aufsicht und mit einer Vorrede 
herausgegeben I von IJohann Salomon Semler] der heiligen Schrift 
Doctor und offentlichem Lehrer, auch des theologischen Semi- 
narii Director auf [der koniglich preussischen Friedrichsuniversitat 
zu Halle. I //rt//^, I (3'^« 'Johann Justinus Gchauer. 1764. | 2 vols., 
4to. Engraved Frontispiece, Maps and Plates. 79072 

Semmedo (Joao Curvo). Memoria dos remedies exquisitos, 
que da India e outras partes vem a este reino, em que se declaram 
as suas virtudes ... \JLisbon. n. d.] 4to. 79^73 

Also printed in the same author's " Observa^oes medicas," Z./sA!!fl, /)or ./^wfon/o Pe- 
droio Gahdo, 1 727. Folio. 

Semmedo. loannis Cvrvi Semmedi | Christi Ordinis Equitis 
aurati, Sancti Officii Familiaris j et Domus Regiae Lusitanicae 
Sacratae Medici [ Pvgillvs Rervm Indicarvm |qvo comprehenditvr 
I Historia | Variorvm Simplicivm | ex India Orientali, America, | 
Aliisque orbis terrarum partibus allatorum | Antehac lingua Lusi- 
tanica exaratus| Nunc uero in gratiam curiosorum latinitate dona- 
tus| Cura| Abrahami Vateri ] Philos. et Med. Doct. et Prof. Publ. 
Anatom. et Botan. Substitut. | nee non Societatum Imperial. 
Natur. Curios. Germ. | et Reg. Anglic. Socii. | Vitemhergae | Ex 
Ojffic'ina T ypographico-Libraria Gerdes'iana. | cId Idccxxii. 4to, pp. 
(12), 84. J.C.B., M. 79074 

Semmes (R.) The Campaign of Gen. Scott in the Valley of 
Mexico. By Lieut. Raphael Semmes, late Flag Lieutenant of 
the Home Squadron, and Aid-de-Camp of Maj, Gen. Worth. 
Cincinnati. 1852. i2mo, pp. 367. 19'^! S 

An abridgment of the same author's " Service Atioat and Ashore." 

Semmes. The Cruise of the Alabama and the Sumter. From 
the Private Journals and other Papers of Commander R. Semmes, 
C.S.N, and other officers. In Two Volumes. ... London: Saun- 
ders^ Otley^ and Co. 1864. 2 vols., l2mo, pp. xiv, (i), 410, (l); 
xii, 436. 7 Plates. L. -|- Second Edition. \_Ibid.~\ 1864. 2 
vols., i2mo. 79076 



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Semmes. The Cruise of the Alabama and the Sumter, from 
the Private Journals and other Papers of Commander R. Semmes, 
c. s. N., and other officers. Two Volumes in One. New Y'ork : 
Carleton. M DCCC LXiv, i2mo, pp. 328. ba. 79077 

Semmes. Croisieres de I'Aiabama et du Sumter, livre de bord 
et journal particulier du commandant R. Semmes et des autres 
officiers de son etat-major. ... Paris: E. Dentu. 1864. i2mo, 
pp. 471. 7907^ 

Semmes. Kruistogten van de Alabama en de Sumter. Scheep 
journaal ... ZwoUe. 1864-65. 2 vols., 8vo. 79079 

Semmes. 1 he Log of the Alabama and the Sumter. From 
the Private Journals and other Papers of Commander R. Semmes, 
c. s. N., and other officers. Abridged from the Library Edition. 
London: Saunders^ Ot/ey^ & Co. 1864. l2mo, pp. xi, 297. + 
[/hid.] 1865. l2mo, pp. xi, 297. 79080 

Semmes. Memoirs of Service Afloat, during the War between 
the States. By Admiral Raphael Semmes, of the late Confeder- 
ate States Navy. ... Baltimore: Kelly ^ Piet ts Co. 1869. 8vo, [)p. 
vi, xi-833. 7 Plates, 3 Portraits, i Map. B., c. 79081 

Semmes. My Adventures Afloat : A Personal Memoir of my 
Cruises and Services in the '•'Sumter" and "Alabama." By 
Admiral Raphael Semmes, of the late Confederate States Navy, 
... London: Richard Bentley. 1869. 2 vols, in one, 8vo, pp. vi, 
xi-444; (2), 445-833. Map, Portrait and Plates, ba. + Bal- 
timore : Kelly^ Piet iff Co. 1869. 8vo, pp. vi, xi-833. Map and 
Plates. 79082 

Semmes. Service Afloat and Ashore during the Mexican War. 
By Lieut. Raphael Semmes, u. s. n., late Flag Lieut, of Home 
Squadron ... Cincinnati: Wm. H. Moore ^'' Co. 185 1. 8vo, pp. 
xii, 7-480. Plates. a., ba., h., p. 79083 

Semmes, the Pirate. By Lieut. -Col. . New York : 

T. R. Dawley. 1865. i6mo, pp. 13-105. 79084 

Semmes (T.) Oration, delivered at the request of the Jeffer- 
son Society of the University of Virginia, on the Anniversary of 
the Birth-day of Th. Jefferson, April 13th, 1833, In ... Char- 
lottesville, Va. By Thomas Semmes, Jr. Charlottesville^ Va. 
Printed at the Virginia Advocate Office., '^SS- ^^o, pp. 15. 



256 SENATOR. 

Sempe (Edouard). Cantate en I'honneur de son Altesse Roy- 
ale le Prince de Galles a I'occasion de son voyage au Canada. ... 
Montreal, i860. 8vo. 79086 

Sempertegui (Lorenzo). Oracion laudatoria sagradamentc 
anunciada y pronosticada al Exmo. Sr. Conde de Fuenclara, Virey 
de la Nueva Espana, en su entrada publica en la Ciudad de la 
Puebla. ... Mexico^ por Ribera. 1743. 4to. 790^7 

Title from Beristain. 

Semple (R.) Sketch of the present state of Caracas ; includ- 
ing a Journey from Caracas through La Victoria and Valencia to 
Puerto Cabello. By Robert Semple ... . London: Robert Bald- 
win. 1812. i2mo, pp. viii, 176. a., c, h. 79088 

" Poor Semple was afterwards sent by Lord Selkirk to govern his settlement on Red 
River in Upper Canada, where he was murdered, not by the sa-vages, but by his English 
brethren." — Rich. &e " Monthly Review," lxviii. 163. 

Semple (R. B.) A History of the Rise and Progress of the 
Baptists in Virginia. By Robert B. Semple, Minister of the 
Gospel in King and Queen County, Virginia. Richmond : Pub- 
lished by the Author., John O'' Lynch., Printer. l8lQ. 8vo, pp. vii, 
(i), 446, Index (i). L. 79089 

Semple. ... Life and Death of S. L. Straughan, Northum- 
berland Co., Va. By Robert B. Semple. Richmond. 1822. 
i8mo. 79090 

Sena (Manuel Garcia de). See Garcia de Sena (M.), Vol. 
VII., No. 26585. 

Senandi ( ). Aclaracion de las Maldades del Adminis- 

trador de la Fabrica, Senandi. Mexico : 1827. hnprenta en la ex- 
Inquisicion., a cargo de Manuel Ximeno. 4to, pp. 4. 7909" 

" An anonymous exposure of several fr.iuds and robberies committed by Senandi, as 
Manager of a Government Manufactory, for which delinquencies he was suspended for 
more than three years and imprisoned ; — and also a vindication of the Commissary 
General, Don Ignacio Martinez, whose good reputation Senandi tried to injure." — 
Stevens's Nuggets, No. 2996. 

The Senator ; or. Clarendon's Parliamentary Chronicle, con- 
taining a weekly Register, Recording with the strictest Impar- 
tiality and utmost Accuracy, the Proceedings and Debates of the 
Houses of Lords and Commons, forming a source of Political 
Information highly interesting to every British subject, embel- 
lished with engravings, exhibiting striking Likenesses of every 



SENECA. 257 

imliviclual member of the British Senate. ... Vol. i. Loyidon. 
[1790.] 8vo. 79092 

Continued to 1 801, in 28 vclumes. Many of the debates relate to American affairs 

Senatorial Excursion Party over the Union Pacific Railway, 
E[astern] D[ivision]. Speeches of Senators ... on the Pacific 
Rail Road Question ... at the Banquet ... St. Louis, June 14, 
1867 ... StTLouis : S. Levison^ Printer. 1867. 8vo, pp. 65, (l). 

The Senatorial Term. From the American Law Review. 
Boston : Little^ Brown^ and Company. 1869. 8vo, pp. 15, B. 

The Senators, A Poem : Or, A Candid Examination into the 
Merits of the Principal Performers of St. Stephen's Chapel. 
Philadelphia : IVilham Goddard. 1772. 8vo. 79^95 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Senatus-Consulte du 4 Juillet 1866 portant modification du 
senatusconsulte du 3 Mai 1854 qui regie la Constitution des 
Colonies de la Martinique, de la Guadeloupe et de la Reunion. 
Paris. 1866. 8vo, pp. 135. 79096 

Seiidtschreyben vnd warhafFte zeytungen. Von aufi^gang vnd 
erweiterung des Christenthumbs, bey den Hayden inn der newen 
welt : Auch von veruolgung vnnd hailigkait, der Gaistlichen 
Apostolischen Vorsteher daselbs, so erst discs jar, ausz den 
Orientischen Lidien kommen, vnd jetzt inn teutsche spraach 
transzferiert worden. Durch D. Philipp Dobereiner von Tiir- 
schenreut. Mit Kay freyhait nit nach zudrucken. Aymo m.d.- 
Lxxi. [Qo\o\)\\ou:'\ Gedruckt zu Miinchen., bey Jdam Berg. Anno 
1571. i2mo, 16 prel. leaves, text 95 unnumbered leaves. j.c.B. 

A collection of letters from the Jesuit missionaries in the East Indies. 

Seneca's Morals, by way of Abstract. To which is added, A 
Discourse, under the Title of An After-Thought. Adorned 
with Cuts. By Sir Roger L'Estrange, Knt. Printed at Boston., 
By I. Thomas and E. T. Andrews, mdccxcii. i2mo, pp. xxiv, 
383. -\- Third American Edition. Boston : "Joseph Bumstead. 
1800. i2mo, pp. xvi, 15-372. 4 full-page Woodcuts. H. 

Seneca's Morals, by way of Abstract. To which is added, A 
Discourse, under the Title of an After Thought. By Sir Roger 
L'Estrange, Knt. Keene (N. H.): Printed by John Prentiss. 1806. 
l2mo, pp. 372. H. 79099 

Illustrated with five curious woodcuts by Lansing, " the second wood engraver in 
America" — a pupil of Anderson. 



258 SENECA INDIANS. 

Seneca's Morals. By Way of Abstract. To which is added, 
A Discourse, under the title of An After-Thought. By Sir 
Roger L'Estrange, Knt. Fifth American Edition. New-York : 
Published by Evert Duyckinck^ No. 68 Water-street. J. &' J. Har- 
per^ printers. 1817. l6mo. 79100 

The first book printed by the founders of the present firm of Harper and Brothers. 

Catalogue of the Seneca Collegiate Institute, Ovid, N. 
Y., for 1856. Seneca Falls. 1856. 8vo. 79101 

Seneca County, N. T. A List of the Principal Officers of 
Seneca County since its organization in 1804. Albany. 1867. 
8vo. 79102 

Proceedings of the Board of Supervisors of the County of 
Seneca, for 1869. Rochester. 1870. 8vo. 79^03 

Seneca Indians. Address to the Seneca Nation. See 
[Thomas (P. E.)] 

A brief Statement of the rights of the Seneca Indians in the 
State of New York to their Lands in that State, with Decisions 
relative thereto by the State and United States Courts, and Ex- 
tracts from United States Laws, &c. Also Drafts of a proposed 
Memorial to Congress, and a Bill to enable them to lease and 
divide their Lands. Philadelphia : W. H. Pile. 1872. 8vo, pp. 
26. BA. 79104 

The Case of the Seneca Indians in the State of New York. 
Illustrated by Facts. Printed for the Information of the Society 
of Friends, by direction of the Joint Committees on Indian 
Affairs, of the Four Yearly Meetings of Friends of Genesee, 
New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. ... Philadelphia : Mer- 
rihew and Thompson., Printers. 1 840. 8vo, pp. 256. A. 79105 

For a reply lee Strong (N. T.) 

Constitution of the " Government by Chiefs," of the Seneca 
Nation of Indians. Adopted Nov. 30, 1854, by the National 
Council .... Buffalo: Thomas Cff Lathrops. 1854. 8vo, pp. 8. 

Constitution of the Seneca Nation of Indians. Baltimore: 
Printed by William Wooddy and Son. 1848. l2mo, pp. 14; Let- 
ter from William Medill to the Senecas, pp. 8 ; To the Seneca 
Nation, pp. 8. 79*07 

Declaration of the Seneca Nation of Indians, in General Coun- 
cil assembled, with the accompanying Documents ; also, an Ad- 



SENECA INDIANS. 259 

dress to the Chiefs and People of that Nation. Baltimore : Wrn. 
IVooddy. 1845. ^vo, pp. 53. ba., N. 79 108 

Documents and Official Reports. See Vol. v., No. 20455. 

Documents relative to Indian Affairs. To the Great Council 
of the Thirteen Fires. The Speech of Corn Plant, Half Town, 
and Big Tree, Chiefs and Counsellors of the Seneca Nation. 
\New York. 1794-] 8vo, pp. 28. ba. 79 109 

A Further Illustration of the Case of the Seneca Indians in 
the State of New York, in a Review of a Pamphlet entitled 
"An Appeal to the Christian Community ... By Nathaniel T. 
Strong, A Chief of the Seneca Tribe." Printed by direction of 
the Joint Committees on Indian Affairs, of the four yearly meet- 
ings of Friends of Genesee, New York, Philadelphia and Balti- 
more. ... Philadelphia: Printed by Merriheiu and Thompson. 1 84 1. 

8vo, pp. 84. A., BA. 79IIO 

Improved title of No. 36253, ^°'- ^''• 

Further Proceedings of the Joint Committee, Appointed by the 
Society of Friends, constituting the yearly meetings of Genesee, 
New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, for promoting the Civil- 
ization and improving the Condition of the Seneca Nation of 
Indians, from the year 1847 to the year 1850. Baltimore : IVill- 
iam IVooddy and Son., Printers. 1850. 8vo, pp. 119. 79 ''I I 

Letter from the Secretary of War ... respecting the payment 
of annuities to the Seneca Indians, in the years 1837 and 1838. 
\_Washington. 1839.] 8vo, pp. 38. 79112 

Memorial of the Seneca Indians, to the President of the 
United States, also an Address from the Committee of Friends, 
who have extended care to these Indians, and an extract from 
the Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. Baltimore: 
Printed by IVilliam IVooddy l^ Son. 1850. 8vo, pp. 13,(1). BA. 

Proceedings of the Joint Committee. See Vol. xv. 65864. 

Report on the Memorials. See Vol. xi.. No. 46067. 

Report ... whether the Seneca Indians have sustained losses 
through a late sub-agent of the United States, [n. p. 1848.] 
8vo, pp. 77. s. 79 114 

A Summary of Facts in relation to the late Treaty with the 
Seneca Indians, together with a portion of the President's Mes- 
sage. Buffalo. 1841. 8vo. N. 79115 





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SENEX. 



To the Seneca Nation of Indians, residing at Cattaraugus and 
Alleghany, in the State of New York. {^Baltimore. 1848.] 8vo, 
pp. 8. 791 16 

See also No. 79107, iupra. 

Seneca Language. Analysis of the Seneca language. Na na 
none do wau gau ne u wen noo da. Buffalo: H. A. Salisbury^ 
Printer. 1827. i6mo, pp. 36. 79' ^7 

Probably by Jabez B. Hyde. 

Christ Hagonthahninoh Nonodagahyot. New-York. Printed for 
the American Tract Society .^ By D. Fanshajv. 1 829. [Second title:] 
Christ's Sermon on the Mountain. Translated into the Seneca 
Tongue, by T. S. Harris and J. Young. Neiv-York. Printed for 
the American Tract Society. By D. Fanshaw. 1829. 1 8mo, leaves 
(2), 2-16. 791 18 

In the Seneca and English languages, on opposite pages. 

Kianasa, nana nonedowaga neuwenuda. Indian Hymns, in 
the Seneca language ; By Jabez B. Hyde. Buffalo : Printed by 
H. A. Salisbury. 1818. i6mo, pp. 19. 791*9 

Kianasa, nana nonedowaga neuwenuda. Hymns, in the Seneca 
language; by Jabez B. Hyde. Buffalo: Printed by H. A. Salis- 
bury. 1 8 19. i6mo, pp. 40. B., w. 79120 

Improved title of No. 34122, Vol. ix. 

Ne Hoiwiyosdosheh Noyohdadogehdih ne Saint Luke, neno- 
nodowohga nigawenohdah. New-York. Printed for the American 
Bible Society. D. Fanshaw.^ Printer. 1829. [Second title:] The 
Gospel according to Saint Luke, translated into the Seneca 
tongue, by T. S. Harris. New-York. Printed for the American 
Bible Society. D. Fanshaw., Printer. 1 829. l8mo, leaves (2), 2- 
149. 79121 

In Seneca and English, on opposite pages. For other works in the Seneca language, 
iee White (Seneca) and [Wright (Asher)]. See also "A Short Vocabulary." 

Senex, pseudon. Letters under the signatures of "Senex," and 
of "A Farmer," comprehending an Examination of the Conduct 
of our Executive towards France and Great Britain, out of which 
the Present Crisis has arisen. Originally published in the North 
American. ... Baltimore: Printed by P. K. Wagner. 1809. 8vo, 
pp. (4), 108. BA., C. 79122 

Improved title of No. 40656, Vol. x. 

Senex (John). General Atlas ... London. 1710. Folio. 34 
Maps. 79 '23 



SENIOR. 261 

Senex. a New General Atlas, containing a Geographical and 
Historical Account of all the Empires, Kingdoms, and other 
Dominions of the World : With the Natural History and Trade 
of each Country. Taken from the Best Authors, particularly 
Cluverius, Brietius, Cellarius, Bleau, Baudrand ... &c. To 
which is Prefix'd An Introduction to Geography ... Together 
with a Copious Alphabetical Index. The Maps, which are all 
Engraved or Revised by Mr. Senex, are laid down according to 
the Observations communicated to the English Royal Society ... 
London: Daniel Broivne. M.DCC.xxi. Folio, pp. (22), 261, II. 
34 large colored Maps. ba. 79124 

Chiefly interesting for the copiousness of its infoimation concerning America, which 
is illustrated by seven immense maps. At the beginning the list of subscribers, con- 
taining about one thousand names, is accompanied by the engraved coat ot arms of 
each. 

Seney (G. E.) Code of Civil Procedure of the State of 
Ohio : with the subsequent amendments and supplementary acts, 
and the several statutes regulating the practice in the State of 
Ohio ; including the Code of Procedure before Justices of the 
Peace; (as amended). With notes to the decisions of the Courts 
of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and New York. By George E. 
Seney. Cincinnati: Robert Clarke ^ Co. i860. 8vo. 79125 

Senfkornesutepok. [n. p. n. d.] 24mo, pp. 8. 79126 

Selections from the New Testament in the Greenland language. 

Senfkornetun-ipok. [n. p. n. d.] 24mo, pp. (2), 8. 79127 

Selections from the New Testament in the Labrador Eskimo language. Titles from 
Filling's Bibliography. 

Sesio^ pseuiJon f' O Gaucho. Romance Brasileiro por Senio. 
Rio de 'Janeiro. 1870. 2 vols., l2mo, pp. 246; 269. 79128 

Senior (H.) Charles Vernon : A Transatlantic Tale, By 
Lieut. -Col. Henry Senior. In Two Volumes. ... London: Long- 
man. 1849. ^ vols., post 8vo, pp. iii, 292; 353. 79^29 

Describes West Indian habits, etc. 

[Senior (Nassau William).] American Slavery: a Reprint 
of an Article on "Uncle Tom's Cabin," of which a Portion was 
inserted in the 206th number of the "Edinburgh Review;" and 
of Mr. Sumner's Speech of the 19th and 20th of May, 1856. 
With a Notice of the Events which followed that Speech. Lon- 
don : Longman.^ Brown., Green., Longmam^ Roberts. 1856. 8vo, 
pp. iv, 164. H. 79130 

VOL. XIX. 17 



262 SEf50R. 

Senior. American Slavery: a Reprint of an Article on 
"Uncle Tom's Cabin," of which a portion was inserted in the 
206th number of the "Edinburgh Review;" and of Mr, Sum- 
ner's Speech of the 19th and 20th of May, 1856. With a No- 
tice of the Events which followed that Speech. By Nassau W. 
Senior, Esq. Loyidon : T. Fellowes. [n. d.] 8vo, pp. iv, 164. + 
London. 1862. 8vo. 79^3 1 

Senior. Letters forming part of a Correspondence with Nas- 
sau William Senior, concerning Systematic Colonization, and the 
Bill before Parliament for Promoting Emigration ; also a letter 
to the Canada Land Company ... by Charles Tennant, m.p. 
Kingston. 1 845. 8vo, pp. 97. 79 "32 

[Senior.] The Oregon Question, [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 
28. B. 79133 

Senior. Remarks on Emigration, with a draft of a bill. ... 
London, 183 1. 8vo. A. 79134 

Sennott (G.) Address to the Democrats of Massachusetts, 
by "A Jacksonian Democrat," (George Sennott.) Boston: 'James 
O. Boyle & Co. [n. d.] 8vo, pp. i I. B. 79135 

[Sennott,] Has the Chief Justice a casting vote .'' [n. p. 
1868.] Folio, I page, B, 79136 

Signed "G. S." 

Sennott. Sennott on Andrew and Butler. ... Boston: Red- 
ding and Company. 1862. 8vo, pp. 16. B., H. 79137 

Senor. El dean, y cavildo sedevacante de la santa Yglesia 
cathedral de Antequera Valle de Oaxaca, sobre haver admitido a 
la opposicion de su canogia magistral vacante, al Doctor D. Juan 
de Cara, Amo, y Figueroa, Presbytero Colegial Mayor de el 
Colegio viejo de Santos de Mexico, despues de cumplido el ter- 
mino de los edictos, y comen^ados, ya ; pero no consumados los 
actos del concurso, y sobre no haver otorgado la apelacion, que 
D. Juan de Oxendi, vno de los Opositores interpuso de autho en 
que se le denego la suspencion de la votacion, y entrega de el 
processo original, que pedia recurrir ante vuestro Virrey de Nueva- 
Espana ... Informa a V. M. de los motivos de su dictamen. 
Mexico [about 1 710.'*]. Folio, 16 leaves. 79 '3^ 

Signed at the end : D. Pedro Lozano, D. Antonio de SaldaRa y Ortega, D. Antonio 
de Medina. Improved title of No. 56396, Vol. xiii. See Leclerc's " Bibliotheca 
Americana" (1878), No. 127a. 



SENTENTIE. 263 

Senor. EI Prior, y Consules de la Vniuersidad de los merca- 
deres de la Nueua-Espana : Dizen, q siendo, como es de su 
cargo, atender a la conseruacion, y mayor perpetuidad del comer- 
cio. \_MexicoF 16 — ?] 410, 4 leaves. 79'39 

Relates to the trade in cacao. 

Los senores Presidente, y Oidores de la Real Audiencia, y 
Casa de la Contratacion a Indias, dixeron que por quanto hallan- 
dose sus senorias con Real cedula contra los que passan a Indias 
sin legitimas Licencias. Cadiz, 1740. 410, pp. 28. 79 H^ 

Senour (F.) The Christian Soldier. By Rev. F. Senour. 
Cincinnati: C. F. Vent l^ Co. 1861. 32010, pp. 96. 79I4I 

Senour. The Hand of God, as seen in the present great Re- 
bellion, The Hope of our Country and a reason for Thanksgiv- 
ing. Our Duty in the Present Crisis. Two Discourses By F. 
Senour, Pastor elect of the First Presbyterian Church of Rock- 
ford, 111. Rockford., III.: Register Steam Printing Press. 1862. 
8vo, pp. 12, and covers. 79^4^ 

Senour. Major General William T. Sherman, and his Cam- 
paigns. By Rev. F. Senour ... . Chicago: Henry M. Sherwood. 
1865. i2mo, pp. 477. Portrait. B. 79143 

Senoup Morgan and his Captors. By Rev. F. Senour. 
Cincinnati: C. F. Vent ^ Co. 1865. i2mo, pp. 389. Portrait. 

Le Sens Commun. See [Paine (T,)], Vol. xiv. 58216-17. 

Senten^a de Excommunhao e Desautora^ao fulminada contra 
o ex-Padre Jose M. da Concei^a ... Rio de 'Janeiro. 1867. 8vo, 
pp. 32. 79145 

Sentencias de Vista, y Revista pronunciadas por el Ex^^o- Senor 
Virrey Conde de Superunda con paracer del real acuerdo, en la 
causa seguida por los labradores de los valles circunvecinos con el 
gremio de navieros declarando la preferencia en la venta a favor 
de los trigos del reyno. Lima : En la Calle del Tigre. Am de 
1756. 4to, (12) leaves. J.c.b. 79146 

Sententie ghegeven tot Paris den 30 Nov. 1663 inhoudende 
too-eygeninghe van de Prysen ghenomen inde Roode Zee en 
aen't Eylandt Marteneyro ; door Capit. L. Davidts. Antwerpen. 
[1663.] 4to. 79147 



264 SENTIMENTS. 

Senter (I.) The Journal of Isaac Seiiter, Physician and 
Surgeon to the troops detached from the American Army 
encamped at Cambridge, Mass., on a secret expedition against 
Quebec, under the command of Col. Benedict Arnold, in Sep- 
tember, 1775. Philadelphia : Published by the Historical Society of 
Pennsylvania. 1846. 8vo, pp. 40. B. 79148 

Edited by Edward D. Ingraham. The pamphlet also forms a part of "The Bulletin 
of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania," vol. i. 

Senter (N. G. M.) An Oration, delivered before the Wash- 
ington Benevolent Society, of the County of Herkimer, on the 
22d February, 1817. By Nathaniel G. M. Senter. Herkimer: 
Printed by Edward P. Seymour. 1817. 8vo, pp. 13. 79H9 

Senter. A Vindication of the Character of Nathaniel G. 
M. Senter against the Charge of being a Spy and a Traitor, with 
a statement of his connexion with the British Government, from 
the year 1802 until 1805, and his obtaining a Captaincy in the 
service of the United States. Together with a variety of anec- 
dotes respecting several officers of the government and army. 
Written by Himself. Hallowell: Printed by Exekiel Goodale. 1815. 
8vo, pp. 64. 79150 

Sentimens | d'un | Republicain, ] Sur les Assemblees Provinciales | 
et les Etats-Generaux. | Suite des Lettres d'un Citoyen des | Etats- 
Unis a un Fran^ais, sur les | affaires presentes. | P/'/W^//)^/V | 1788. 
8vo, pp. 30. N. 79151 

Title furnished by Mr. Kelby. 

Sentiment d'un Patriote Hollandois. [n. p.] 1740. 410. 

For two replies to this piece see Vol. vi., No. 23343, and Vol. x.. No. 40660. 

The Sentiments and Resolution of an Association. See [Niles 
(S.)], Vol. XIII., No. 55331- 

The Sentiments of a British American. See [Thacher (Oxen- 
bridge)]. 

The Sentiments of a Foreigner. See [Raynal (G. T.)], Vol. 
XVI., No. 68105. 

The Sentiments of a Principal Freeholder, Offered to the Con- 
sideration of the Representatives of the Province of New York, 
who are now called to meet and sit, the 14th of September, 1736. 
New York. 1736. P'olio, pp. 4. 79^53 

Signed " F. S." 



SEPARATIONS. 265 

The Sentiments of an | American Woman. | \_Philadelphia : John 
Dunlap. 1780?] Folio, pp. (2). h.s.p. 79154 

Title from Hildeburn. 

The Sentiments of an Impartial Member of Parliament, upon 
the two Questions, i. Whether Great Britain ought to be desirous 
of a Peace.'' ... 11. What sort of a Peace.'' London, x-jbi. 8vo, 
pp.40. 79155 

Sentiments relating to the late Negotiation. London: R. Grif- 
fiths. M Dcc Lxi. 4to, pp. (2), 44. 79156 

On the cession of Canada by France, etc. 

Sentiments | upon | the Religion of Reason | and Nature, | Care- 
fully translated from the original French manuscript, | Communi- 
cated by the hui\\or.\ Philadelphia — Printed \ for T. Stephens., and 
Denoon l^ Condi e | By Bioren ^ Madan | mdccxcv. | i 2mo, pp. lOO, 
catalogue 101-108. N. 79157 

Title furnished by Mr. William Kelby. 

Sentiments | upon | the Religion of Reason | and Nature, | care- 
fully translated from the] original French Manuscript,] Communi- 
cated by the Author. | Second Edition. | Philadelphia : Printed/or 
T. Stevens., and Denoon & Condie., by Bioren iff Madan. mdccxcv. 
i2mo, pp. 100. M. 79158 

Sentiments veritables. See [Condorcet (^Marquis ''/<')], Vol. iv.. 
No. 15193. 

Sentinel, pseudon. See [Bogart (W. H.)], Vol. 11., No. 6129. 

Sentinelle, garde a vous. .S"^^ [P^g^ ^^^^ BruUey], Vol. xiv.. 
No. 58164. 

Sentmanat (Antonio, Cardenal de). Declaracion general de 
las personas que pertenecen a la jurisdiccion eclesiastica castrense, 
y de los privilegios que respectivamente deben gozar. Hecha en 
virtud de los breves apostdlicos por el Emmo. Senor Cardenal de 
Sentmanat, Patriarca de las Indias. Madrid. 1804. 410. + 
Rei?npresso en Lima. 1805. 4to, pp. 13. 79^59 

Separation from Slavery. A Premium Essay. Boston : Amer- 
ican Tract Society, [n. d.] i8mo, pp. 46. 79160 

Separations from the ... Society of Friends, See [Kite (J. L.)], 
Vol. IX., No. 38023. 



a66 SEPP. 

Separatists. Articles of Faith and Practice, and Covenant 
of the Separate Churches in this Land. Also, a Discourse on 
the Privileges of the Church of Jesus Christ. By Ebenezer 
Frothingham. Newport: Printed by y. Franklin. 1750. i2nio, 
pp. 432. 79 16 1 

Sepp (A.) and Bohm (A.) RR.PP. Antonii Sepp, | und | An- 
tonii Bohm | Der Societat Jesu Priestern | Teutscher Nation, deren 
der erste aus | Tyrol an der Etsch der ander aus | Bayrn gebiirtig | 
ReiszbeschreibungI wie dieselbe aus Hispanien in Para-| quariam 
kommen. | Und | kurtzer Bericht der denckwiirdig-j sten Sachen 
selbigcr LandschafFt Vol-|ckern und Arbeitung der sich alldort 
be-|findenden PP. Missionariorum, | gezogen | Aus denen durch 
R. P. Sepp, Soc. Jes. | mit aigener Hand geschriebenen Briefen | 
zu mehrern Nutzen | von Gabriel Sepp. von und zu Reche | Icib- 
lichen Brudern in Druck gegeben. | Mit Erlaubnus der Obern. | 
Niirnherg j In Verlegung Job. Hoffmanns 1696.] Sm. i2mo, pp. 
333. A-o in twelves, including a blank leaf at the end. Folded 
leaf at p. 213. J.C.B., h. 79162 

The folded leaf opposite page 213 contains the " P. iter Noster et Ave Maria in Lin- 
gva Paraqvariensi Hispanica et Latina." The letters of the two Jesuits were written 
in 1691-1695. "These very interesting narratives contain full accounts of the man- 
ners and customs, natural productions, scenery, rivers, and mountains, climate, etc. of 
Paraguay, as amusingly described as in the pages of Dobrizhotier. The volume opens 
with a letter from Antonius Sepp, descriptive of the voyage from Spain, the landing at 
Buenos Ayres, and of the many Indian villages subject t(j the Society's rule, quaintly 
finishing by recording the great gluttony of the aborigines. Then follows a second let- 
ter from the same, with further particulars of the voyage out, the perils and discomforts 
of which are graphically detailed, and the variations of the compass recorded, as also an 
account of the fertile province of Japeyu. Then there is a description of a voyage of 
200 miles (equal to 800 English miles) up the river Uruguay, followed by other voyages 
performed together by MM. Sepp and Boehm, with Saint Pierre-like descriptions of 
the scenery and inhabitants, introducing us to their marriage rites and ceremonies, the 
fair sex enjoying the privilege of making the first advances, and the respective ages of 
fourteen or fifteen, and sixteen or seventeen being considered by the priesthood the 
fittest period of life for both to marry. The peach forests are described, and their origin 
accounted for in an amusing episode of Moorish history, the pois(jnous fruit of Africa, 
acclimated on the soil of Spain, * for the destruction of whose inhabitants the peach- 
stones had been broadcast over the land by the wily Moors, having, under Providence, 
become an innocent and Jiealth-giving luxury to the Christians.'" 

Sepp and Bohm. RR. PP. Antonii Sepp, und Antonii Bohm, 
... Reiss-Beschreibung, w^ie dieselben aus Hispanien in Paraqua- 
rien kommen. Und kurtzer Bericht der denckwiirdigsten Sachen 
selbiger LandschafFt ... Brixen^ Niclaus Fiihr., 1696. Sm. i2mo. 

Sepp and Bohm. RR. PP. Antonii Sepp, | und | Antonii 
Bohm, I Der Societat Jesu Priestern | Teutscher Nation, deren der 
erste aus | Tyrol an der Etsch, der ander aus | Bayrn gebiirtig, | 



SEPP. 267 

Reiszbeschieibung | wie dieselbe aus Hispanien in Para- 1 quariam 
kommen. I Und| Kurtzer Bericht der denckwurdig-| sten Sachen 
selbiger Landschafft, V61-|ckern, und Arbeitung der sich alldort 
be-|findenten PP. Missionarioruni, | gezogen | Aus denen durch 
R. P. Sepp, Soc. Jes. | mit aigener Hand geschriebenen Brietcn, | 
zu mebrcrn Nutzen | Von Gabriel Sepp, von und zu Rechegg. j 
leiblichen Brudern in Druck gegeben. | Mit Erlaubnus der Obern, 
\ Niirnberg^ \In Verlegung Joh. Hojfmanns 1 697.] Sm. l2mo, pp. 
333. A-o in twelves, including a blank leaf at the end. L. 

The folded leaf which belongs opposite page 213 is not in this copy. An English 
translation, made from this edition, and entitled " An Account of A Voyage from Spain 
to F.ir.iquaria," is printed in Churchill's " Collection of Voyages and Travels," vol. iv., 
including the Pater Noster and Ave Maria in the Indian language, from the folded leaf 
mentioned above. 

Sepp and Bohm. R.R. P.P. Antonij Sepp, | und Antonij 
Bohni, I Der Societiit Jesu Priestern, | Neu-vermehrtc | Reiss- 
Beschrei"! bung, | Wie selbe auss Hispanien in Para- 1 quariam 
kommen. I Und Kurtzer Bericht der denck-| wurdigsten Sachen, 
selbiger Land-| schafft, Volckern, und Arbeitung der | P.P. Mis- 
sionarioruni. | Gezogen, | Auss denen R. P. Sepp, Soc. Jesu mit j 
eigner Hand geschriebenen Brieffen, | Von Steph. Ign. Sepp von 
Seppenb, |und Rech : Priestern, J. U. C. als leib- | lichen Brudern. 
I Dritte und verbesserte Edition, | Mit Erlaubnusz der Obern. | 
Passau^ Druckts und verlegts Georg Adam Holler^ 1698. | Small 
i2mo, pp. 336. c. 79165 

An edition of i(><j<^) is mentioned in Henry Stevens's " Bibliotheca Histories" (1870), 
No. 1857. 

Sepp and Bohm. Erster Theil, | Der Reiszbeschreibung, | RR. 
PP. Antonii Sepp, | Und | Antonii Bohm, | Der Societat Jesu 
Priestern | Teutscher Nation, deren der crste ausz | Tyrol an der 
Etsch, der ander ausz | Bayrn gebiirtig, | Wie nemlichen dieselbe 
ausz Hi- 1 spanien in Paraquariam kommen ; | Und | Kurtzer Bericht 
der denkwiirdigsten | Sachen selbiger Landschafft, Volkern und | 
Arbeitung der sich alldort befindenden| PP. Missionarium, | gezo- 
gen I Auss denen durch R. P. Sepp, Soc. Jesu | mit eigener Hand 
geschriebenen Briefen, | zu mehrern Nutzen | Von Gabriel Sep}), 
von und zu Rechegg. | leiblichen Brudern, | Auf ein Neues in 
Druck gegeben, [ Cum Privilegio Sac. Caes. Majestatis, & P'acul- 
tate I Superiorum. | Ingolstatt^ In Verlegung "Johann Andreas de | la 
Haye^ Anno 1712.I Sm. i2mo, pp. 263,(1). c. 79166 

Title furnished by Mr. James C. Pilling. For the second volume see No. 79168, 
irifra. Boucher de la Richarderie (" Bibliotheque," vi. 313) mentions a French ver- 
sion, Iiigolstad, yean- Andre de La Haye, 1712, 24mo, which is perhaps a mistake for 
the above. 



268 SEPTUAGENAIRE. 

Sepp. Continuatio laborum apostolicorum quos R. P. Ant. 
Sepp, Soc. Jesu missionarius apostolicus in Paraquaria ab anno 
1693 usque ad annum 1701 exantlavit. Ubi describuntur illius 
barbarae gentis mores, ingenium et docilitas in rebus practicis et 
mechanicis ... Ingohtadii^ A, de la Haye. 1709. Sm. i2mo, pp. 
(16), 374. 79167 

Sepp. Continuation | oder | Fortsetzung | der | Beschreibung] 
deren denckwiirdigeren Paraqua- 1 rischen Sachen selbiger Land- 
schafFt I Volckern und Arbeit deren sich alldort be- 1 findendcn 
R.R. und PP. Missionariorum I Soc. Jesu. Insonderheit aber|wie 
I R. P. Antonius | Sepp, | Auss wohlgemelter Societet in Para- | 
quaria Missionarius den Christlichen Glau-|ben unter andern 
Volckern noch weiters | fortzupflantzen sich bearbeitet und | bemu- 
het. I Forder ist zu grosserer Ehr und | Lob Gottes alsdann auch 
zu sonderen | Wolgetallen Lust und Ergotzlichkeit | eines genelg- 
ten Lesers. | Mit sondern Fleiss zusammen getragen | von dem 
Wohl-Ehrwiirdigen P. Al-|phonso Sepp, Ord. S. Benedicti. | 
Cum Privilegio Sac. Caes. Majestatis, & Facul-|tate Superiorum. 
I Ingohtatt : In Verlegung "Joh. Andreas de la Haye. | Anno 17 10. | 
Sm. i2mo, pp. (16), 490, (10). c, H. 79168 

Sep? (J. C.) Surinaamsche Vlinders. Papillons de Surinam. 
... Amsterdam. 1848-52. 3 vols., 4to. 152 colored Plates. 

With descriptions in French and Dutcli. The work vvas originally issued in parts, 
at 20 riorins each. 

Septenville (Edouard de). Decouvertes et conquetes du 
Portugal dans les deux mondes. ... Paris: E. Dentu. 1863. 
i6mo, pp. (6), xi, 183. c. 79170 

Septien (Pedro Antonio). Maximas de buena educacion, 
sacadas en la mayor parte de las Santas Escrituras ... Mexico. 
1789. 8vo. 79171 

Title fiom Beristain. 

Septimo Juguetillo, dedicado al Pensador Mexicano. Mexico. 
1820. 4to, pp. (2), 44. 79172 

Septuagenaire, pseudon. Projet pour tenter la decouverte du 
Pole gauche du monde nomme Pole Arctique. Par un Septua- 
genaire. A La Haye. 1772. 8vo, pp. 30. 79^73 

"A curious tract, in which its author gives very plausible reasons for supposing the 
heat at the Poles to be greater at a certain season than between the tropics : and that, 
in consequence, its natural productions must be of a very extraordinary nature." — Rich, 
I. 191. 



SEPULVEDA. 269 

Septuagenarian, pseudon. Army Abuses ; or, An Inside 
View. \^Neiv Tork? 1868?] 8vo, pp. 10. H. 79174 

Signed " Septuagenarian." 

Sepulveda (J. G.), b. 1490.'' d. 1573. Apologia | loannis 
Genesii | Sepvlvedae] pro libro|de Ivstis Belli Cavsis|ad amplissi- 
mum, & doctissimum | prsesulem D. Antonivm | Ramirvm Epis- 
copum I Sagoniensem. | [Colophon :] hnpressum fuit Roma apud 
Valeriurn | Doricum ^ Ludoulcum fratrcs | Brixiemes | Prima Maij 
Anno a Christo nato\ M. D. L. | 8vo, 24 unnumbered leaves. 

The last five leaves contain : " Decretvm et Indvltvm Alexandri Sexti svper expedi- 
tione in barbaros novi orbis quos Indos vocant," ending with a large woodcut of Minerva. 
On the title-page is a woodcut of a double-headed eagle escutcheon. " In the present 
copy [Bibliotheca Casanatense, Rome], which is the only one we could find anywhere, 
to the last figure in the date is added a v, making it read m. d. l. v., but it is an inter- 
polation made with a pen and common ink.'' — Harrisse, Bibliotheca Americana Vcm%- 
tissima [Additions), No. i86. See the note to the following title: 

Sepulveda. Democrates secundus, sive de justis belli causis 
... Roma. [1550.] 4to. 79^76 

It is not certain that this book was ever printed. On the 25th of August, 1549, 
Sepulveda wrote from Valladolid to his friend Antonio Agustin, auditor of the Rota at 
Rome, requesting his advice about the printing of a work treating of the justice or 
waging war on the Indians, the manuscript of which was sent with the letter. The 
reply of Antonio Agustin, dated April i, 1550, vvas in favor of its publication. In 
another letter, dated on the first of October of the same year, and from wliich the 
above title is taken, Sepulveda mentions the little hook (" libellus ") by name as having 
already been printed at Rome, with the approbation of three learned prelates, " qui tres 
in excuso libello memorantur," and he complains of the persecution which it had 
brought upon him. 

It is probable, however, that the book referred to in the above-named letters was 
merely the Apologia (No. 79175), which was printed on the first of May, 1550, and 
*' ad cujus calcem legitur in primteva editione : Hoc opus judicio doctissimorum et gra- 
vissimorum dominorum Philippi Archinti, Sanctissimi Domini nostri Fapae Vicarii, et 
./Egidii P'oscararii, magistri sacri Palatii ac Antonii Augustini auditoris Rot* examinatum 
et approbatum, et multorum aliorum eruditissimorum virorum consensu in Urbe com- 
mendatum iinpressum fuit Romae," etc. The substance of the Democrates secundus is 
contained in the Apologia. " Las Casas himself says that they were both one and the 
same work with a new title." In 1554, Sepulveda wrote of the Democrates secundus: 
" a me nundum impressione edito." It is also referred to as follows in the monitum 
added by the Madrid editors of the collected works, which contain annotations by one 
Fernandez Franco, who was a contemporary of Sepulveda : " Este libro se mando que 
no se imprimiese, y se quitaron los impresos por mandado del rey, de que recibio gran 
ofensa este autor." For a fuller discussion of this question, and references to other 
authorities, see Harrisse's "Bibliotheca Americana Vetustissima," pp. 451-455, from 
which the above account has been extracted. 

"The learned men of Spain were not all of the Bishop of Chiapa's way of thinking 
as regarded the rights and claims of the Indians. A certain Doctor Juan Glnes Sepul- 
veda, principal Historiographer to Charles the Fifth, a man of great renown for learning 
in those days, had recently written a treatise entitled, Democrates Secundus, si-ve de yustis 
Belli Causis, in which he maintained, in a very able manner, the riglit of the Pope and 
ot the Kings of Spain to subdue by war the inhabitants of the New World. Sepulveda 



270 SEPULVEDA. 

called his new work Democrata Secundus, because he had previously written a book 
which was entitled Democrates : a Dialogue on the Honourable Nature of Military Study. 
The Democrates Secundus was also written in dialogue 5 and in it, Leopold, a German, 
made a formal statement, which probably was sanctioned by the voice of public opinion 
throughout Europe at that time, that the Spaniards had, without sufficient attention to 
the laws of justice, piety, and Christianity, waged war against the innocent Indians. 
Sepulveda, under the name of Democrates, gave a full reply to his friend Leopold's 
accusation of the Spaniards. Sepalveda's work met with no favour, even in the quarter 
where he might reasonably have expected that it would be sure to be well received. He 
submitted his treatise to the Council of the Indies in the first instance; but they would 
not allow him to print it. He then appealed to Charles the Fifth, praying that his 
work should be laid before the Great Council of Castile. The Emperor consented. It 
was in 154.7, when the Court and the Great Councils of Spain were at Aranda dc 
Ducro, that the royal order from Charles arrived. Las Casas had also joined the Court 
at that time, and then learnt what was the nature of this treatise written by Sepulveda, 
upon which there was so much question. As may be imagined, he made the most 
determined and vigorous opposition to Sepulveda's views, — to use his own words, 'dis- 
covering and bringing to light the poison of which the work was full.' The Council 
submitted the Democrates Secundus, for examination, to the Universities of Alcala and 
Salamanca. The decision of these learned bodies was unfavourable to Sepulveda 5 and 
the permission to print was still refused. Sepulveda turned to Rome, where he had a 
great friend, who was auditor of the Rota ; and under his auspices, the work, or ratiicr 
an Apology for the work, containing the substance of it, was printed at Rome in 15 "50. 
Charles the Fifth forbade its introduction into Spain. The author thereupon drew up a 
version in Spanish of his apology, and did what he could to put that in circulation." — 
Helps's Spanish Conquest in America, iv, 31 8-3 19. 

Nicolas Antonio (" Bibliotheca Hispana Nova," i. 703-704) gives the following 
account of the book : " De jfustis belli causis contra Indos suscepti, sive, Democrates alter, 
editus olim fuit Romae paucis admodum exemplaribus, procurante Antonio Augustino, 
Romana? tunc Rota; auditore, ut auctor ipse ait Epist. lxix. & lxx. qui & ante hanc 
editionem multis descriptis exemplaribus, Complutum Salmanticamque missis, evulgatus 
tuerat, referente ipso Epist. xci. qui & sequenti .\d Petrum Serranuni, contentam in eo 
sententiam ad-versariis ipsis in-vitissimis non solum Roma: & per omnem Hispaniam, sed etiam 
per omnem Christianum orhem doctis omnibus non pertinacibus se proba-visse gloriatur, scripta 
scilicet ea, quam habemus vulgarem inter alia opera, Apologia pro hoc libro. In collegio 
Granatensi Jesuitarum adservari scimus dialogisticum opus De Jure belli adversus Indos, 
quo respondet Casas episcopi argumentis. Diversumne id sit ab eo opere, quod jam lau- 
davimus, dicere non ausim. Plane diu serioque hunc contentionis funem ab ni stro cum 
antistite illo Chiapensi tractum satis apparebit legentibus, qua; nos in hujus mentione pro- 
lixe annotavimus." 

Sepulveda. >J< | Dialogo | llamado Democrates copue | sto por 
el doctor Juan de | sepulueda : capella y co-|ronista d'e su. S. C | 
C. M. del empa|dor: agora nue|uamente in-|presso [x/V] .:.| 
(.>J<.) I Con preuilegio imperial. | M. d. xlj. | [Colophon :] ([ Jqui 
haze Jin el presente Dia | logo intitulado Democrates. El qual fue 
visto y exa\mina(lo por los Reuerendos padres Fray ?nar-\tin dc 
Ledesma soprlor de sant Pablo de Va-\lladolid : y fray Damian de 
temino. Fue | impresso enla muy noble X muy heal | ciudad de Seuilla : 
en casa de 'Juan | croherjer difunto que dios ay a. | Acabose a veynte y 
ocho di- I as del mes de Mayo de | mil y qutnientos y q \ renta y vn anos. \ 
(.:.) (.:.) (.:.) | (|J») | [Printer's mark and monogram I C] | 410, 



SEPULVEDA. 271 

leaves Ixxix, colophon (i), table and errata (3). a-lc in eights, 
and 1 in four, including a final blank leaf. L. 79177 

A translation into Spanisli of Nu. 79178, infra, made by Antonio Barba, the secretary 
of cardinal ^uinones. It is in the form of dialogues between three peisons, Leopoldo 
Aleman, Alonso de Guevara, and Democrates, who discuss the subject of the justice of 
war. The book is sometimes included in cC'Uections of "Americana," because it illus- 
trates the opinions of Sepulveda which finally brought on his famous dispute witli Las 
Casas. 

Sepulveda. Io. Genesii Sepulvedas Cordubensis, Artium & 
Theologize Doctoris de Convenientia Militaris Disciplinae cum 
Christiana Religione qui inscribitur Democrates. hnpressum 
Romce apud Antonium Bladum. Anno Domini^ MDXXXV. 4to. 

This is the first Democrates. It does not relate to America, but is desirable in an 
American collection as a companion volume for the Apologia. According to Harrisse, 
it was reprinted at Paris, by Simon de Colines, I 541, 8vo, "cum aliis auctoris ojieribus^" 
and inserted in Vol. iv., pp. 225—328, of the Madrid reprint of Sepulveda's works. 
The Spanish version is described under No. 79177, supra. 

Sepulveda. loannis | Genesii | Sepvlvedae | Cordvbensis | Sacro- 
sanctac Theologiae Doctoris, Caroli v. | Imperatoris, Historici. | 
Opera, I quae reperiri potuerunt] Omnia. | Quorum elenchum vide 
lector pagina quinta. | Nvnc primvm singvlari stvdio | in Hispania, 
Italia, & Gallia ad publicam utilitatcm | conquisita, & iam sitnul in 
lucem I edita. | Adiectus est copiosus rerum memorabilium index. | 
Coloniae Agrippinae., | /;/ Ojficina Birckmann'tca^ siimptihm Arnoldl 
Mylij. I Anno do. locll. | Cu?n gratia is privilegio Sac. Caes. Alaies- 
tatis.\ 4to, pp. (12), 634, index (i6). j.c.b., h. 79179 

This edition contains a biograpliy of Sepulveda by Andreas Schott. At page 423 
begins his celebrated essay, "Apologia pro Libro de lustis Belli Causis," connected with 
the controversy between the writer and Las Catas, wherein the former attempts to justify 
the cruel treatment inflicted by the Spanish government on the Indians. Pages 442- 
445 contain the " Decretum et indultum Alexandri sexti super expeditione in barbaros 
Noui Orbis quos Indos uocant, " 

Sepulveda. Joannis Genesii Sepulvedae Cordubensis Opera, 
Cum Edita, Tum Inedita, Accurante Regia Historiae Academia. 
... Matritl. Ex Typographla Regia de la Gaxeta. Anno M. DCC- 
Lxxx. 4 vols., 4to. 79180 

Collation ; Volumen Primum, 8 preliminary leaves, pp. cxliii, 24, (8), xlvi, 468, 
" Monituni ad Lectorem " (2), Portrait of Charles v. Volumen Secundum, 3 prelimin- 
ary leaves, pp. Ixvi, 544, Index in 75 leaves. Volumen Tertium, 3 preliminary leaves, 
pp. xxviii, " De rebus Hispanorum gestis ad novum Orbem Mexicumque " pp. 1-244, 
Index in 9 leaves; " De rebus gestis Philippi 11" pp. (16), I- 1 34, Index in 7 leaves; 
" Epistola? duae ad M. Canum " pp. (2), 1—399, InJcJ^ (^')- Volumen ^uartum, 3 
preliminary leaves, pp. 591, Index (21). 

This edition was edited by Francisco Cerda y Rico. The first two volumes contain a 
history of Charles v. A large portion of the third volume relates to America. The 
fourth volume contains : " Democrates, sive de convenientia discipllnae militaris cum 



272 SEQUEL. 

Christiana religione dialogus," pp. 225-328; and "Apologia ... pro libro de justis belli 
causis," pp. 329-351. 

Sequeira (G. C.) Contestacion al manifiesto de D. Gabriel 
Sequeira en que acuso a D. Cecilio Ayllon, Gefe politico subal- 
terno interino de Matanzas. Hah an a : Imprenta Liberal. 1821. 
Folio, pp. 12, (i). 79181 

Sequeira. Defensa de D. Gabriel Claudio de Sequeira en el 
juicio de doce jurados para calificar su impreso '' El Inmutable." 
Habana : Imprenta de la Union y el Comercio^ de D. Antonio M'K 
Valdes. 1822. 4to. 79182 

Sequeira, Exposicion que hace el batallon de Malaga al 
publico sobre el manifiesto de D. Gabriel C. Sequeira contra la 
opinion del Capitan del mismo cuerpo D. Cecilio Ayllon. Ha- 
bana : Imprenta de D. Tiburcio Campe. 1822. Folio. 791^3 

Sequeira. Manifiesto tercero que hace a los habitantes de la 
isla de Cuba sus amantes compatriotas, D. Gabriel de Sequeira. 
Habana. 1822. Folio. 79184 

For a reply lee Vol. i., No. 1885. 

Sequeira. Reflexiones sobre la consulta de la Excma. Dipu- 
tacion provincial, acerca de las ocurrcncias entre los Sres. D. 
Cecilio de Ayllon Gobernador Militar, Gefe politico interino de 
Matanzas, y D. Juan de Arredondo y Santalices, Juez de letras 
del partido, por D. Gabriel Claudio Sequeira. Habana : Imprenta 
de Valdes. 1822. Folio, pp. 9. 791^5 

Sequeira e Sa (Manoel Tavares de). Jubilos da America, 
na gloriosa exalta^ao, e promo(5;a6 do ill'^"^. e ex"!", senhor Gomes 
Freire de Andrada, do conselho de S. M., governador e capitao- 
general das capitanias do Rio, Minas-geraes e S. Paulo, ao posto 
e emprego de mestre de campo-general, e primeiro commissario 
da medi^ao e demarca^ao dos dominios meridionaes americanos 
entre as duas coroas, fidelissima e catholica. Colec^ao das obras 
da Academia dos Selectos, que na cidade do Rio de Janeiro se 
celebrou em obsequio, e applauso do dito ex"^". heroe. ... Lisboa., 
na Offic. do doutor Manuel Ah ares Sollano. 1754. 4to, pp. (80), 
363. 79186 

Sequeira e Sa was the secretary of the above-named academy, and is entitled " £x 
Ouvidor geral da Comarca de Parnagua no Brasil." "Ce volume rarissime renferme une 
precieuse collection de compositions poetiques faites a I'occasion de la mort du celebre 
Freire de Andrada. Toutes ces pieces sont dues a des ecrivains Bresiliens, aux membres 
de I'Academie dos selectos et a differents religieux." — Leclerc. 

The Sequel of the Abstract. See Quebec, Vol. xvi. 67061. 



SERGEANT. 273 

A I Sequel | to | Common Sense : | or the | American Controversy | 
considered | in two points of view hitherto | unnoticed. | First. — 
That Parhaments cannot be supreme in all cases | whatsoever, 
without being infallible also. | Second. — That Colonies, when they 
find themselves com- 1 petent, that is, come of age, may, in con- 
sequence of an I unanimity, nay, a majority of votes, throw oft all 
subjec- 1 tion to the originating parent state, a power derived from | 
God, and authorized by the necessity of things. | By Theophilus 
Philadelphus. I ... I The Second Edition, corrected and enlarged. ( 
Dublin : | Printed by Alex. Stuart.^ in St. Audeon^s-Arch. | mdcc- 

LXXVII. I 8vO, pp. 78. W. 79187 

Sequel to the late visit of the Russian Fleet to the United 
States, under command of Rear-Admiral LessofFsky. St. Peters- 
burg. 1864. 8vo, pp. 25. H. 79188 

The Sequestration Act. See Vol. iv., Nos. 15409-15410. 

The Sequestration Cases before the Hon. A. G. Magrath, 
under the Act of the Confederate States, in the District Court of 
South Carolina, October Term, 1861. [n. p.? 1861.] 8vo, pp. 
68. 79189 

Seraiah, pseudon. Chronicles of the Fire-Eaters of the Tribe 
of Mississippi. By Seraiah the Scribe. Brandon. 1853. 8vo, 
pp. 38. H. 79190 

Corrected title of No. 12964, Vol. iv. 

Seraphine ; ou, le Catholicisme dans I'Amerique Septentrionale. 
Par I'Auteur des Soeurs jumelles ; ou, la vocation. Sixieme edi- 
tion. Lille., L. Lefort. 1 84 1. l6mo, pp. 239. Plate, c. 79191 

Sergeant (H. J.) A Treatise on the Lien of Mechanics 
and Material Men, in Pennsylvania ; with the Acts of Assembly 
relating thereto, and various forms. ... By Henry J. Sergeant. 
Second Edition ... by E. Spencer Miller. Philadelphia. 1856. 
8vo, pp. 394. c. 79192 

The first edition was published in 1 8 39. 

Sergeant (J.) The | Causes and Danger | of | Delusions | in 
the] Affairs of Religion, | Consider'd and Caution'd against, | With 
particular Reference | to the | Temper of the present Times. | In a | 
Sermon I Preach'd at Springfield, April 4, 1743.] In the Audience 
of the associated Pastors of the County | of Hampshire. | By John 
Sergeant, m.a. | Pastor of the Church of Christ in Stockbridgc. | 
Publish'd at the Desire of the Hearers. | Boston., Printed for S. Eliot 
in Cornhil. 1743.] 8vo, pp. 36. ba., h. 79193 



274 



SERGEANT. 



Sergeant. A Letter From the Rcv<^. Mr. Sergeant Of 
Stockbridge, to Dr. Colman, Of Boston ; Containing Mr, Ser- 
geant's Proposal of a more effectual Method for the Education 
of Indian Children; to raise 'em if possible into a civil and indus- 
trious People; by introducing the English Language among them ; 
and thereby instilling into their Minds and Hearts, with a more 
lasting Impression, the Principles of Virtue and Piety. Made 
publick by Dr. Colman at the Desire of Mr. Sergeant, with some 

general Account of what the Rev. Mr. Isaac HoUis of has 

already done for the Sons of this Indian Tribe of Houssatannoc, 
now erected into a Township by the General Court, and called 
Stockbridge. Boston ^ Printed by Rogers and Fowle^for D. Hench- 
man in Cornhill. 1 743. 8vo, pp. 16. B., C, H. 79194 

Pages 10-16 contain "Dr. Cdnian's Return in Compliance with Mr. Sergeant's 
Request," dued August 22, 1743. 

[Sergeant.] A Morning Prayer. | Oe Keuh maukhkenun 
Pohtum-| mouwaus ... . \Boston? 174-.''] i8mo, pp. 15. a in 
six and b in two. w. 79195 

In the language of the Muhhekaneok or Stockbridge Indians. The headings only 
are in English. Contents : A Morning Prayer, pp. 1-6; An Evening Prayer, pp. 6—7; 
Catechism, pp. 8-15. Followed by: 

[Sergeant.] A Prayer before Sermon. | Oe Taupaunnu- 
meauk pohtum-j mauwaus .... \Boston? 174-.''] i8mo, pp. 23. 
A and B in sixes. w. 79196 

In the language of the Muiihukrincok or Stockbridge Indians. Appended to No. 
79195. The headings of the different prayers are in English, as follows: A Prayer 
before Sermon, pp. 1-8; A Prayer after Sermon and Baptism, pp. 8— lO; A Prayer to 
be used at the Sacrament, &c., pp. 10-14; A Prayer for the Sick, pp. 15-16; For the 
Afflicted, pp. 16-17; Thanks returned for Recovery, &c., pp. 17-18; A Prayer after 
Sermon, pp. i8-ii; A General Prayer, pp. 23-23. 

Mr. Sergeant made his first visit to the Mohegan or Muhhekaneok Indians of Housa- 
tunnuk in October, 1734, and preached to them by the aid of an interpreter. In the 
following year he became their permanent teacher, and in February, 1736, he was able, 
by the help of interpreters, to comjjose some prayers in Indian, which he read to the 
natives at morning and evening, and on other occasions. In April and May, the new 
town oi Stockbridge was laid out for these Indians, and to this place Mr. Sergeant 
removed in January, 1737. In August of the same year he began to preach in Indian, 
and " had translated Dr. Watt's first Catechism into the Indian Tongue, that the 
Children might understandingly read and learn it." In a letter dated January 22, 1747, 
in which Mr. Sergeant gives an account of his labors among the Indians, he writes that 
he had " gain'd such an Acquaintance with their barbarous Language as to converse 
with them in it; and with a little Assistance, in my Study, from an Interpreter, to 
preach to them, and to read Prayiers, ivhicb I have composed for the publick fVorsbip." 
Before his death in July, 1749, he had also translated into the Indian language the fol- 
lowing portions of the old testament : " The Account of the Creation, of the Fall of 
our first Parents, of God's calling Abraham, of his Dealings with the Patriarchs and 



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the Children of Israel, of the Prophesies concerning the Coming of Christ, &c. the 
four Evangelists, the Actb o! the Apostles, and all the Epistles." 

Of all these works, the prayers described above are probably the only portions that 
were printed. They have 'been identified as Mr. Sergeant's translation by Dr. J. Ham- 
mond Trumbull. There are copies of the two tracts (sewed together) in the libraries 
of the American Antiquarian Society at Worcester, and of the Essex Institute at Salem, 
Mass. Two or three other copies aie also known. 

Sergeant (J.) An Address delivered before the Citizens of 
Philadelphia, at the House of Refuge, .,. November 29, 1828. 
By John Sergeant ... . Philadelphia : "Jesper Harding^ Printer. 

1828. 8vO, pp. 56. BA., P, 79197 

Sergeant. An Address delivered at the Request of the 
Managers of the Apprentices' Library Company of Philadelphia, 
23 November, 1832. By John Sergeant, ll.d. President of the 
Institution. Philadelphia : Printed hy 'James Kay^ J^'^^- ^ ^°' 

[1832.] 8vO, pp. 37. H. 79198 

Sergeant. An Address ... before the Alumni Association of 
Nassau Hall, on the day of the Annual Commencement of the 
College, September 25, 1833. By John Sergeant, ll.d. ... 
Princeton: Printed hy Baker ^ Connolly. 1833. 8vo, pp. 44. H. 

Sergeant. A Discourse ... before the Trustees, Faculty and 
Students of Rutger's College, at New-Brunswick, New-Jersey, 
on ... the 14th of July 1829 ... . By John Sergeant, ll.d. ... 
\_New Brunswick :~\ Rutgers Press. 1829. ^^^1 PP- 3^- ^'•> "• 

Sergeant. Eulogy on Charles Carroll of CarroUton. De- 
livered at the request of the Select and Common Councils of the 
City of Philadelphia. December 31st, 1832. By John Sergeant, 
LL.D. Philadelphia : Printed by Lydia R. Bailey. 1833. 8vo, pp. 
45. 79201 

Sergeant. A Lecture, delivered before the Mercantile Li- 
brary Company of Philadelphia, November i, 1839. By John 
Sergeant. Philadelphia: Henry Perkins. 1839. 8vo, pp. 36. H. 

Sergeant. Observations on the Design and Effects of Pun- 
ishment. By John Sergeant ... Philadelphia. 1828. 8vo. w. 

Sergeant. An Oration delivered in Independence Square, in 
the City of Philadelphia, on the 24th July, 1826, in Commem- 
oration of Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. By John Ser- 
geant. Philadelphia : H. C. Carey & I. Lea. 1826. 8vo, pp. 44. 

Sergeant. Remarks on Mr. Chilton's Resolution, February 
2, 1828. ... [n. p. 1828.] 8vo. w. 79205 



276 SERGEANT. 

Ser(}Eant. Select Speeches of John Sergeant of Pennsyl- 
vania. Philadelphia : E. L. Carey l^. A. Hart. 1 832. 8vo, pp. x, 
(i), 17-367. A., B., P. 79206 

Sergeant. Speech of Mr. Sergeant ... in the House of Rep- 
resentatives, February 22, 1819, on the Bank of the United 
States, [n. p. 1819.] 8vo. w. 79207 

Sergeant. Speech of iVIr. Sergeant on the Missouri Ques- 
tion. In the House of Representatives of the United States, 
February, 1820. [n. p. 1820.] 8vo, pp. 48. B., m. 79208 

Sergeant. Speech of Mr. Sergeant in the House of Repre- 
sentatives, March 7th, 1822. On the Bill to establish an Uni- 
form System of Bankruptcy throughout the United States. [Z>. 
Rapine., Agt.., Printer., IFashington., 1822.] 8vo, pp. 41. B. 

Sergeant. Speech of the Hon. Mr. Sergeant, of Pennsyl- 
vania, on the Resolution reported from the Committee of Ways 
and Means, declaring it inexpedient to charter a National Bank. 
Delivered in the House of Representatives, September 26, 1837 
... Washington. 1837. 8\'o, pp. 16. H. 79210 

Sergeant. Speech of Mr. Sergeant, of Pennsylvania, on the 
Sub-Treasury Bill. Delivered in the House of Representatives, 
June 24, 1840. Washington : Printed by Gales and Seaton. 1 840. 
8vo, pp. 39. B. 7921 1 

Sergeant (T.) Constitutional Law. Being a Collection of 
Points arising upon the Constitution and Jurisprudence of the 
United States which have been settled by Judicial Decision and 
Practice. By Thomas Sergeant. Philadelphia. 1822. 8vo. B. 

Sergeant. Constitutional Law: being a view of the practice 
and jurisdiction of the Courts of the United States, and of Con- 
stitutional points decided. By Thomas Sergeant. Second edi- 
tion, with additions and improvements. Philadelphia. 1830. 8vo. 

Sergeant. Land Laws of Pennsylvania. By Thomas Ser- 
geant. Philadelphia: J. Kay., Jun. & Brother. 1838. 8vo, pp. 
203. c. 79214 

Sergeant. A Treatise upon the Law of Pennsylvania rela- 
tive to the Proceeding by Foreign Attachment. With the Acts 
of the Assembly now in force in Pennsylvania, on the subject of 
Foreign and Domestic Attachments. By Thomas Sergeant. 



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277 



Philadelphia. 1811, 8vo. + Second edition, with additions and 
improvements. Philadelphia. 1840. 8vo. 79^15 

Sergeant. View of the Land Laws of Pennsylvania. With 
Notices of its early History and Legislation. By T. Sergeant, 
Esq. Philadelphia. 1838. 8vo. 79216 

Sergipe, Bra-z.il. Relatorio com que o Exm. Snr. Vice-presi- 
dente Barao de Propria Passou a administra^ao da Provincia de 
Sergipe ao Exm. Snr. Presidente Dr. Evaristo Ferreira da Veiga 
no dia 27 de Novembro de 1868 Typ. do 'Jornal de Sergipe., Rua 
da Aurora 1868 Imp. 8vo, pp. 49, and covers. 79^17 

Relatorio apresentado a Assemblea Legislativa Provincial de 
Sergipe no dia 1.° de Mar^o de 1869 pelo Exm. Snr. Presidente 
Dr. Evaristo Ferreira da Veiga Jracaju., "^yp- ^^ 'Jornal de Ser- 
gipe., Rua d"" Aurora 1869 8vo, pp. 96, 3, 2, and covers. 79218 

Relatorio com que o 2.° Vice-presidente o exm. snr. Dr. Dio- 
nizio Rodrigues Dantas passou a administracao da Provincia de 
Sergipe no dia 2 de Dezembro de 1869 ao exm. snr. Presidente 
Dr. Francisco Jose Cardozo Junior. Aracaju., Typ. do Jornal do 
Aracaju., Rua de S. Salvador. [1869.] Folio, pp. 16, and covers. 

A Series of Answers. See [Tucker (Josiah)]. 

A Series of Appeals. See Nemo {Airs.)., pseudon. [;'. e. Mary 
E. Roberts], Vol. xiii.. No. 52330. 

A Series of Articles on the Cuban Question. New Tork. 
1849. ^^°- 79220 

A Series of Catechisms ; otherwise, Q'Jeamooltoowhwee 
uhkaghkeendwaukunul wauk nurhkootauseakeal, &c., &c., &c. 
Toronto: Printed by Thomas Hugh Bentley. 1852. i6mo, pp. 16, 
and covers. 79221 

In the Delaware Indian language, Muncey dialect. 

A Series of Intercepted Letters, captured by the American 
Guard at Tacubaya, August 22, 1847. Mexico. 1847. ^v^- 

A Series of Letters addressed to the greatest Politician in Eng- 
land : Containing a Description of several Public Characters ; a 
Defence of Sir George Saville, and of Lord Chatham's Political 
Sentiments, and his Upright, Spirited, and Constitutional System, 
contrasting it with that first formed by Lord Bute, and since 
completed by Lord North. London: J. Almon. 1780. 8vo. 

Thirty rambling letters. See " Monthly Review," lxiv. 225. 
VOL. XIX. 18 



278 SERIMAN. 

A Series of Letters, addressed to Thomas Jefferson. See 
Tacitus, pseudon. 

A Series of Letters and other Documents relating to the late 
Epidemic, or Yellow Fever in Baltimore in 18 19. By a Balti- 
more Physician. ... Baltimore. 1820. Sm, 8vo, pp. 211. p. 

Series of Numbers on Prison Discipline. From One to Ten. 
[Philadelphia. 1847.] ^^^i pp. 16. H. 79225 

A Series of Tables of the several Branches of American Man- 
ufactures, exhibiting them in every county of the Union, so far 
as they are returned in the Reports of the Marshals in the year 
18 10. Washington. 18 10. Folio, vy. 79226 

A I Series I of I Wisdom and Policy, | Manifested in a Review of 
our I Foreign Negotiations and Transactions | for several Years 
past. I Being a complete Answer to | Politicks on both Sides, &c. | 
In a Letter to a Member of the | present Parliament. | ... | London : 
J. Roberts. M DCC xxxv. 8vo, pp. 73. ba., h., s. 79227 

Contains some references to the West Indies. 

A I Series | of | Wisdom | and | Policy : | being a full | Justification | 
of I All Our Measures] Ever since the Year 1721, inclusive ; | and 
especially | Of our late Most Honourable | Convention with Spain. | 
...\London : T. Cooper, mdccxxxix. 8vo, pp. 52. B. 79228 

Relates to American and Spanish affairs. 

[Seriman (Zaccaria).] Delli Viaggi di Enrico Wanton alle 
Terre Australi. Nuova Edizione. ... Londra. 1772. 4 vols. 
8vo. BM. 79229 

"An ideal work, abounding with character, sentiment and philosophical observation." 
— Lowndes. 

[Seriman.] Viages | de Enrique | Wanton ( a las Tierras Incog- 
nitas Australes, |y al pais de las Monas; en donde se expresan las 
I costumbres, caracter, ciencias, y policia de | estos extraordinarios 
habitantes : I Traducidos del idioma Ingles al Italiano, |y de este al 
Espanol|por D. Joaquin de Guzman, |y Manrique, &c. |...|Con 
Laminas, que representan | algunos pasages de la Historia. | Con 
las licencias necesarias. | En Alcala : En la Imprenta de Dona Maria 
Garcia \Briones^ Impresora de la Utiiversidad.\Ano de 1769.] 8vo, 
pp. xvi, 175, (i). Plates. -\- Tomo 11. Madrid. 1771. 8vo, 
pp. (4), 224. Plates. B., BM. 79230 

The third and fourth volumes have the following title : 
Suplement6,|0 ea|Tomo tercero [Tomo quarto] | de los Viages|de|Enrique Wanton] 



SERIONNE. 279 

a el pais de las Monas,|en donde se expresan | las costumbres, caracter, ciencias, y policia 
de I estos extraordinarios habitantes, Ordenado, y Dado a Luz|de unos antiguos manuscri- 
tos Ingleses I por Don Joaquin de Guzman,] y Manrique, &c.|Con Laminas que demues- 
tran algunos pasages de| la Historia.|...|£n Madrid : Por Don Antonio de Sancha.\Alio de 
1778. 1 2 vols., 8vo, pp. xix, (i), 254; (4), 183, ix, (i). Plates, b., bm. 

The statement on the title-pages of this edition, that the work was translated from 
English into Italian, is perhaps erroneous, as it is said to have been originally written 
and published in Italian. 

[Seriman.] Viages de Enrique Wanton a las Tierras Incog- 
nitas Australes, y al pais de las Monas : ... Traducidos del idioma 
Ingles al Italiano, y de este al Espanol por Don loaquin de Guz- 
man y Manrique ... . Madrid^ B. Jlbera. 1781. 4 vols., 8vo. 
Plates, c. -\- Madrid^ A. de Sancha. 1781. 4 vols., 8vo. Plates. 

[Seriman.] Viages de Enrique Wanton al pais de las Monas. 
Traducidos del Ingles al Italiano y de este al Espanol por D. G. 
J. V. D. G. Y. M, Con privilegio. Madrid en la Imprenta 
Real. Am de 1800. 4 vols., 24mo, pp. xxii, 306; (6), 285; (8), 
348 ; (4), 305, (2)- Plates. BA. 79232 

[Serionne (Jacques Accarias de).] Le Commerce de la Hol- 
lande, ou Tableau du Commerce des Hollandois dans les quatre 
parties du Monde. Par I'auteur des Interets des Nations de 
I'Europe ... Amsterdam: Changuion, 1765—68. 3 vols., 8vo. bm. 

[Serionne.] Les Interets des Nations de I'Europe, developes 
relativement au Commerce .... Leyde. 1766. 2 vols., 4to. -f- 
Leipzich. 1766. 2 vols., 4to. BM. -j- Paris [i. e. Amsterdam~\: 
Desain. 1767-68. 4 vols., 8vo. bm. 79234 

[Serionne.] La Richesse de I'Angleterre, contenant les causes 
de la naissance et des progres de I'industrie, du commerce et de la 
marine de la Grande-Bretagne ... . Vienne., J--'^- ^^ Trattnern. 
1771. 4to. BM. 79235 

[Serionne.] La Richesse de la Hollande, ouvrage dans lequel 
on expose I'origine du commerce & de la puissance des Hollan- 
dois ; I'accroissement successif de leur commerce & de leur navi- 
gation ; les causes qui ont contribue a leur progres, celles qui 
tendent a les detruire ; & les moyens qui peuvent servir a les 
relever. Londres^ aux d'epens de la Compagnie. 1778. 2 vols., 4to, 
pp. xvi, 384; (4), 372, (8). + Nouvelle edition, revue et aug- 
mentee [by Elie Luzac and Fr. Bernard]. Londres [i. e. Hol- 
land^^ aux depens de la Compagnie. 1778. 5 vols., l2mo. 79236 

Corrected title of No. 48905, Vol. xii. 



280 SERIOUS. 

Serious Address to all Serious Christians, on the Necessity or 
uniting their Supplications, on account of our National Sins and 
Calamities. London. [177-?] 8vo. 'J9'^'il 

Written in consequence of the dissensions between England and the American colo- 
nies. Title and note from an auction catalogue. 

A Serious Address to Lay-Methodists. See [Grey (Z.)], Vol. 
VII., No. 28793, ^^^ ^'^^ imprint and collation add: London: 
Printed for William Russel. m.dcc.xlv. 8vo, pp. (2), 29. 

A I Serious I Address, I To Such of the Inhabitants of | Pennsyl- 
vania, | As have cannived [5/V] at, or do approve of, the] late Mas- 
sacre of the Indians at Lancaster ; | or the Design of killing those 
who are [ now in the Barracks at Philadelphia. | Philadelphia : \ 
Printed [hy Anthony Jr?nbruster'\for the Author^ 1764. | l6mo, pp. 
12. H.S.P. 79239 

A Serious | Address, | To such of the Inhabitants of | Pennsyl- 
vania, I as have connived at, or do approve of, the | late Massacre 
of the Indians at Lancaster, | or the Design of killing those who 
are now | in the Barracks at Philadelphia. | Re-printed from the 
First Edition (printed by Mr. | Armbluster) \sic\ and diligently 
compared and revised with | the same. | Philadelphia : \ Printed by 
Andrew Steuart., at the \ Bible-in-Heart.^ in Second-street^ 1764. | 
Sm, 8vo, pp. 8. P. 79240 

This title and the one preceding were furnished by Mr. Hildeburn. 

A Serious Address, To such of the Inhabitants of Pennsyl- 
vania, As have connived at, or do approve of, the late Massacre 
of the Indians at Lancaster, or the Design of killing those who 
are now in the Barracks at Philadelphia. Re-printed from the 
First Edition (printed by Mr. Ambrister) and diligently compared 
and revised with the same. (Price, two old Pennies.) Philadel- 
phia : Printed by Andrew Steuart^ at the Bible-in- Heart in Second- 
Street.^ 1764. Sm. 8vo, pp. 8. 79241 

Title from Field's " Essay towards an Indian Bibliography," No. 854. 

A Serious | Address, | To such of the | Inhabitants of Pennsyl- 
vania, | As have connived at, or do approve of, the late | Massacre 
of the Indians at Lancaster ; or the | Design of killing those who 
are now in the Bar- 1 racks at Philadelphia. | The Demand for this 
Piece has been so great, that this Fourth | Edition is call'd for in 
a few Days ! [ To which is now annexed, | A Dialogue between | 
Andrew Trueman and Thomas Zealot, | About the killing the 
Indians at Connestogoe and Lancaster. | (An Excellent Piece j) 



SERIOUS. 281 

[j-zV.] I Philadelphia : Printed by Andrew Steuart^ in | Second-street. 
M,DCC,Lxiv. I Sm. 8vo, pp. 8. p. 79242 

Title furnished by Mr. Hildeburn. 

A Serious | Address | to | Such of the People called | Quakers, | 
On the Continent of North-America, | As profess Scruples rela- 
tive to the Present Government : | Exhibiting | The ancient real 
Testimony of that People, concerning | Obedience to Civil Au- 
thority. I Written before the Departure of the British Army | from 
Philadelphia, 1778. | By a Native of Pennsylvania. | To which are 
added, for the information of all rational | Enquirers, | An Ap- 
pendix, I consisting of | Extracts from an Essay concerning Obedi- 
ence I to the Supreme Powders, and the Duty of Subjects in all | 
Revolutions, published in England soon after the Revolu-|tion of 
1688. I Philadelphia: \ Printed by R. Bell, next Door to St. Paul's 
Church, Third-street. \ m.dcc.lxxviii. | 8vo, Advertisement I 
page, Introduction pp. (3), title i leaf, pp. 1-4 1, Advertisement 
I page. Note i leaf. h.s.p. 79243 

By Isaac Grey. It has been stated that the guskers bought up this edition in order 
to suppress it. For this reason it was reprinted in the same year at the expense of Mr. 
Ebenezer Hazard, for the title of which edition see Vol. vii., No. 28790, or Hildeburn's 
"Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania," No. 3713. 

Serious Address to the Candid Members of the Methodist 
Communion. By a Member. New York. 1792. i2mo. 

A Serious Address to the Clergy; By a Minister of the Church 
of England. ... Lately Published in London; Boston, N. E. Re- 
printed by D. Fowle. 1756. 8vo, pp. 14. M., w. 79245 

By Philanthropes, pseudon. Improved title of No. 62430, Vol. xv. 

A Serious | Address | to the | Inhabitants [ of the Colony of | New- 
York, I Containing a full and minute Survey of the [ Boston-Port 
Act, Calculated to | excite our Inhabitants to conspire, with the 
other I Colonies on this Continent, in extricating that | unhappy 
Town from its unparalleled Distresses, | and for the actual Re- 
demption, and Security of | our general Rights and Liberties. | 
New-Tork :\ Printed by John Holt, in Dock-Street, near the Co^^'- 

//(5?^y^. I M,DCC,LXXIV. I 4tO, pp. 14, (6). BA., C, N., P. 79246 

By "a Citizen of New- York. June nth, 1774." The appendix contains the Port 
Act and Lord Camden's speech. 

A Serious Address to the Members of the Episcopal Separation 
in New England, being an attempt to settle these three points, 
I. Whether the Inhabitants of the British Plantations in America 



282 SERIOUS. 

are obliged to conform to the Prelatic Church, &c. ... Boston. 
1748. 8vo. 79247 

A I Serious Address | to the | Rulers of America, | on the Incon- 
sistency of their Conduct respecting | Slavery : | Forming a Con- 
trast I Between the Encroachments of England on | American 
Liberty, I and I American Injustice in tolerating Slavery. | ... | Tren- 
ton : I Printed by Isaac Collins. \ M.DCC.LXXXIII. | 8vo, pp. 22. ba. 

Signed "A Farmer," and dated February, 1783. 

A Serious Address to the Rulers of America, on the Inconsist- 
ency of their Conduct respecting Slavery ; Forming a Contrast 
between the Encroachments of England on American Liberty, 
and American Injustice in tolerating Slavery. Trenton : Printed. 
London: Reprinted by J. Phillips. 1783. 8vo, pp. 24. C, P. 

Signed : " A Farmer." 

A Serious Address to the Rulers of America, on the Inconsist- 
ency of their Conduct respecting Slavery : Forming a Contrast 
between the Encroachments of England on American Liberty 
and American Injustice in tolerating Slavery. By a Farmer. 
\^Liverpool -^ Printed in the Tear M. DCC. Lxxxiv. 8vo, pp. 22. 

A Serious Address to those who ... frequent the Tavern. See 
[Mather (C.)], Vol. xi.. No. 46500. 

A I Serious and Earnest | Address | to the | Gentry, Clergy, and 
the other | Inhabitants | of the British Nation. | Also, | A Faithful 
and Pathetic Expostu-| lation to the Women. | From a Pamphlet 
lately published in London. | In which is shewn what is in the 
Power I of the several Ranks of People, and of | every individual 
Person, to do towards | securing the State from its Enemies. | Pub- 
lished for the Benefit of the Inhabitants of New | England, to 
whom it is | Dedicated by a Lover thereof. | Boston : Printed and 
Sold by Rogers and Fowle in ^ueen-\ Street next to the Prison. 1746. j 

8vO, pp. 16. BA. 79251 

Serious and Impartial Observations on the Blessings of Liberty 
and Peace. Addressed to Persons of all Parties. Inviting them 
also to enter into that Grand Association, which is able to secure 
the safety and happiness of the British Empire. By a Clergyman 
of Leicestershire. London : IV. Oliver, mdcclxxvi. 8vo, pp. 
iv, 102. 79252 

" Apparently the wurk of a well-disposed, religious old man; but his observations 
are generally trite, superficial, and unimportant." — Monthly Revie-w, lvi. 406. 



SERIOUS. 283 

A Serious Appeal. See Vol. vi., No. 22767. 

A I Serious Call* | From the | City to the Country, | To join 
them, in this critical Junc-|ture, in setting a-part some Time for | 
solemn seeking of God, viz. from | seven to eight in the Morning 
of every | Lord's Day, and of every Wednesday. | [Colophon :] 
Portsmouth: Printed and Sold by D. Fowle. 1 757. 8vo, pp. 8. N. 

"*This Call is formed on the Plan of a Paper published at London in the Year 
17 1 2, and adapted to our present Circumstances." Title furnished by Mr. Kelby. 

A Serious ] Call I in I Christian Love] to all | People, | To turn to 
the I Spirit of Christ | in themselves ; | That they may come to have 
a right Understanding of the | Things of God, and be enabled 
thereby to serve him | acceptably : With some Observations on 
the following | Heads; | i. The Universality | of God's Love in | 
sending His Son to | die for all Men. | 2. The Holy Scrip- 1 tures. | 
3. Worship. 1 4. Baptism. 1 5. The Supper. 1 6. Perfection. | 7. The 
Resurrection. | 8. Swearing. | ... \ Philadelphia : | Printed by Joseph 
Crukshank^ in | Market-street between Second \ and Third-streets. \ 
[1784.?] 8vo, pp. 58. H.s.P. 79254 

By Benjamin Holme. Title from Hildeburn. 

A Serious Call, or Masonry Revealed ; being an address pre- 
pared by order of the Anti-Masonic Convention, Held at Wood- 
stock, (Con.) on the Anniversary of the Death of William Mor- 
gan. To the Citizens of Connecticut. Boston: R. I. Bacon^ 
Printer. 1829. 8vo, pp. 37. w. 79255 

A Serious Call | to the [Quakers, [Inviting them to Return to | 
Christianity. | By a Friend. | Third edition. | London printed : Boston., 
Re-printed and Sold by T. Green., in Middle-street., ^7^9- ^^o, pp. 
16. 79256 

By George Keith. First edition : London : Printed for W. Hatvs, at the Rose, in 
Ludgate Street. 1700. Folio, I sheet. The second edition, with the addition of a 
"note to the reader," appeared in the same year with the imprint: \_Lotidon :^ Sold hy 
B. Aylmcr, at the three Pidgeons, in Cornhiil ; and C. Brome, at the Gun, at the Weit-end 
of St. PauPs Churchyard. 1700. Folio, I sheet. For a reply entitled "A Serious 
Examination," see [Whitehead (George).] 

A Serious Call to those without the pale of the Episcopal 
Church. By a consistent Churchman, [n. p. i8 — ?^ 8vo. 

The Serious Christian. See [Mather (C.)], Vol. xi. 46501. 

A Serious Comedy : "Our National P'inances." New York: 
Published for the Author., Feby l^th., 1864. i2mo, pp. 36. 



284 SERIOUS. 

Serious Considerations addressed to the Electors of New-Jersey 
concerning the choice of Members of the Legislature for the 
ensuing Year. [n. p. 1803.] 8vo, pp. 16. ba. 79259 

Serious Considerations on Absolute Predestination. See [Wes- 
ley (John)]. 

Serious | Considerations | On several Important | Subjects ; viz. | 
On War and its Inconsistency with the | Gospel. | Observations 
on Slavery. | And | Remarks on the Nature and bad Effects of ( 
Spirituous Liquors. | ... | Philadelphia : | Printed by Joseph Crukshank 
... I ... 1778. 1 Sm. 8vo, pp. 48. 79260 

By Anthony Benezet. Improved title of No. 4680, Vol. 11. 

Serious Considerations on the Election of a President. See 
[Linn (W.)], Vol. x., No. 41347. 

Serious | Considerations | on the | Present State | of the | Affairs | 
of the I Northern Colonies. | New-Tor k : | Printed for the Author. 
1754. 1 8vo, pp. 24. B., w. 79261 

By Archibald Kennedy. Corrected title of No. 37394, Vol. ix. The London edition 
is the only one that contains the author's name on the title. 

A Serious Examination of George Keith's ... Serious Call. 
See [Whitehead (George)]. 

A Serious Expostulation with the Members of the House of 
Representatives of the United States. Philadelphia : Printed in 
the Year m.dcc.xciii. Sm. 8vo, pp. i6. H. 'J()2b2 

Signed : "Warner Mifflin." For other' editions see Vol. xii., No. 48897. 

Serious Facts, opposed to " Serious Considerations :" Or, the 
Voice of Warning to Religious Republicans. \^New York .^] 
1800. 8vo, pp. 16. B., c. 79263 

Signed: "Marcus Brutus." Improved title of No. 35932, Vol. ix. 

Serious Questions. See [Sargent (John T.)], Vol. xviii.. No, 
76990. 

Serious Reflections affectionately recom-| mended to the Well- 
disposed of every | Religious Denomination, particularly | those 
who mourn and lament on ac-| count of the Calamities which 
attend | us ; and the insensibility that so gene- 1 rally prevails. | 
\_Philadelphia. 1775?] Sm. 8vo, pp. 3. 79264 

By Anthony Benezet. Title from Hildcburn. Other editions as follows : 



SERMON. 285 

Serious Reflections affectionately recommended | to the Well- 
disposed of every Religious De-| nomination, particularly those 
who Mourn | and Lament on account of the Calamities | which 
attend us ; and the insensibility that] so generally prevails.] [^Phil- 
adelphia. 1777?] Sm. 8vo, pp. 4. -f [Philadelphia. 1778?] 
Sm. 8vo, pp. 4. -f [Philadelphia. 1 780?] Sm. 8vo, pp. 4. 

By Antliony Benezet. See Hildeburn's " Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania," Nos. 
3SH, 3675> """^ 3990- 

Serious Reflections during the Life and Surprising Adventures 
of Robinson Crusoe : with his vision of the Angelick World. 
Written by himself. London. 1720. 8vo, pp. 270, 84, 79266 

Serious Reflections on the Times. A Poem. By a Minister 
of the Gospel. Philadelphia : 'James Chattin. IJSJ' ^vo. 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Serious Thoughts on a late Administration. See [Jones (Cave)], 
Vol. IX., No. 36463. 

Serious Thoughts on the Traffick in and Use of Distilled 
Spirituous Liquors ; with a few Remarks by Dr. Rush. New 
York. 18 13. i2mo. 79268 

[Serle (Ambrose).] Americans against Liberty: | Or, An | 
Essay on the Nature and Principles | of | True Freedom, | Shewing 
that the Designs and Conduct | of the Americans tend only | to | 
Tyranny and Slavery. | ... | London: "J. Mathews. M DCC Lxxv. 
8vo, pp. 64. + The Second Edition, with Additions. ... London: 
James Mathews. 1 776. 8vo, pp. 44. H. + The Third Edition. 
[Ibid.'\ 1776. 8vo, pp. 48. BA. 79269 

"The author is an able advocate for the British claims." — Monthly Re-vieiv, liii. 351. 

Serment (J. H.) La Question des Negres et la Reconstruc- 
tion du Sud aux Etats-Unis. Par J. H. Serment. Meeting du 
29 Mars 1866 et Rapport du Comite Genevois en faveur des 
esclaves affranchis. Geneve : hnprimerie de Jules-Guillaujne Pick. 

1866. 8vO, pp. (4), 155, (l). BA. 79270 

Serment. Sur une Gravure, Stances. A Abraham Lincoln. 
Par J. H. Serment. Paris: Ch. Meyrueis. [1865.] 8vo, pp. 32, 

Suggested by a picture of negro slaves pursued by bloodhounds, painted by M. Bicard. 
The verses are dated December, 1864, and the preface October, 1865. 

A Sermon : By a Layman. See [Ward (W. J.)] 



286 SERMON. 

A Sermon delivered before the Boston Episcopal Charitable 
Society. See [Seabury] (S.), No. 78577, supra. 

A Sermon for December 15, 1796. See [Freeman (James)], 
Vol. VII., No, 25765. 

A Sermon in Marlborough. See [Kent (B.)], Vol. ix. 37467. 

Sermon in which the Question of War. See [McKean (Jos.)], 
Vol. XI., No. 43376. 

A Sermon of a New Kind, Never preached, nor ever will be ; 
Containing a Collection of Doctrines, belonging to the Hopkin- 
tonian Scheme of Orthodoxy; or the Marrow of the Most Mod- 
ern Divinity. And an Address to the Unregenerate, agreeable to 
the Doctrines. New-Haven: Printed by T. and S. Green. [1769.] 
i2mo, pp. 28. 79272 

By Rev. William Hart, minister of the First Congregational Church in Saybrook, 
Connecticut. Title from F. B. Dexter's " Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of 
Yale College," p. 456. 

A I Sermon j on | Tea. | ... | [Cut.] | ... | Lancaster : | Printed by 
Francis Bailey. \ [1774.?] 8vo, pp. 8. c. 79273 

Title from Hildeburn. 

A Sermon on the Capture of Lord Cornwallis. See Vol. iv.. 
No. 16816. 

A I Sermon | on the | Evacuation | of | Charlestown. | By an JEth\- 
opian. I Philadelphia : | Printed /or the Author., and Sold by Will. 
IVoodhouse., | in Front-street., next Door to the Old Coffee- House. \ 

M.DCC.LXXXIII. I 8vO, pp. 16. N. 79274 

Title from Hildeburn. 

A I Sermon, | On the Present Situation of | the Affairs of | 
America | and | Great-Britain. | Written by a Black, | And printed 
at the Request of several Persons of | distinguished Characters. | 
Philadelphia : \ Printed by T. Bradford and P. Hall. \ M, DCC, Lxxxii. 
8vo, pp. II. BA., J.C.B., 79275 

A Sermon on the Resurrection of our Lord. Preached Easter- 
Sunday, from John xi. 25. Philadelphia : Andrew Bradford. 1742. 

Title from Hildeburn. 

A Sermon preached at a Service. See [Riley (T. M.)], Vol. 
XVII., No. 71402. 



SERMON. 287 

A Sermon Preached at Litchfield. 1770. See [Andrews 
(Samuel)], Vol. i., No. 15 12. 

A Sermon preached at Northampton. See [Dwight (T.)], Vol. 
VI., No. 21556. 

A Sermon preached at Plimmoth in ... 162 1. See [Cushman 
(R.)], Vol. v., No. 18132. 

The Sermon preached at St. Philip's Church. See [Gadsden 
(C. E.)], Vol. VII., No. 26290. 

A Sermon, preached at the Anniversary Meeting of the Planter's 
Society, in the Parish of St. David, on Great Pe Dee, August the 
7th, 1769. ... Charles-Town : Printed hy Charles Crouch^ at his 
Printing-Office in Elliott-street. 1769. 8vo, pp. 13. H., P. 79277 

Abounds in anti-ministerial expressions. 

A Sermon preached at the King's-Chappel in Boston, N. E. 
at a Convention of Episcopal Ministers ... 1726. Boston: 
MDCCXxxiii. Sm. i2mo, pp. 14. h. 79278 

A I Sermon | Preached before | The House of Lords, | in the | 
Abbey Church | of | Westminster, | On Monday, January 30, 
1769. I Being the Day appointed to be observed as the Day | of 
the Martyrdom of King Charles i. | By the Right Reverend 
Father in God Charles [Moss] Lord Bishop of St. David's. | 
London Printed : Philadelphia : Re-printed., and sold by Joseph \ Cruk- 
shank.^ in Second-street., two Doors below | the Corner of Chestnut- 
street. 1769. 1 8vo, pp. 20. H.s.P. 79279 

Title from Hildeburn. 

A Sermon preached before the ... Society for the Propagation 
of the Gospel. See Society. 

A Sermon preached December 13, 1776, being the Fast day 
on account of the troubles in America, in a Country Church. 
London : Almon. 1776. 8vo. 79280 

"This discourse wears the appearance of a political pamphlet in favor of the Ameri- 
cans, rather than a sermon actually preached in any Church." — Monthly Re-vieiv, lvi. 
79. Perhaps the same as the following title : 

American Resistance Indefensible. A Sermon preached on Friday, December 13, 
1776, being the day appointed for a General Fast. By a Country Curate. London: H. 
Gardner. [1776.] 4to, pp. 26. j.c.B. Corrected title of No. 121 1, Vol. i. 

A I Sermon, | Preached in Christ-Church, Dover ; | before | the | 
General Communication | of | Free and Accepted j Masons | of the | 



200 SERMON. 

Delaware State : | On Wednesday, December 27th, 1780. | Being 
the I Anniversary | of | St. John the Evangelist. | Philadelphia : | 
Printed by David C. Claypoole. \ M. Dcc. Lxxxi. | 8vo, pp. 16. h.s.p. 

By Samuel Magaw. Title from HUdeburn. 

A Sermon preached in HoUis Street Church in Boston, ... 
April i6th, 1837. The Spire of the Church having been struck 
by Lightning on the 8th of the Month. Boston. 1837. 8vo, pp. 
17. 79282 

Probably by the Rev. John Pierpont, the pastor of the church. 

A I Sermon, | Preached in | Radnor Church, | on | Thursday, the 
7th of January 1747. [Being the Day appointed by the] President 
and Council of the | Province of Pennsylvania, | To be observed 
as a I General Fast. | By a Presbyter of the Church of England. | 
Philadelphia : | Printed and Sold by Benjamin Franklin^ | and David 
Hall. MDCCXLViii. I 8vo, pp. 23. c. 79283 

By William Currie. 

A Sermon preached in St. James's Church. See [Seabury] (S.), 
No. 78579, supra. 

A Sermon preached on Thanksgiving Day, Containing some 
thoughts on War, and on the Relations of the Church to the 
State. New York : 'John F. Trow., Printer. 1864. i6mo, pp. 20. 

By the Rev. A. B. Hart. 

A Sermon preached to the Central Church ... in Worcester. 
See [Sweetser (S.)] 

Sermon. The Question of War with Great Britain examined 
upon Moral and Christian Principles. ... Boston: Printed by Snell- 
ing and Simons. 1808. 8vo, pp. 14. ba. 79285 

By the Rev. Joseph McKean. Corrected title of No. 43376, Vol. xi. 

A Sermon to Contrabands, [n. p. 186-.?] 8vo, pp. 8. b. 

A Sermon to Swine: from Luke xv. 16. "And he fain would 
have filled his Belly with the Husks that the Swine did eat." 
Containing a concise, but sufficient Answer to General Allen's 
Oracles of Reason. By Common Sense, a.m. Litchjield : 
Printed by Thotnas Collier^ near the Court- House. 1787. i2mo, 
pp. 40. 79287 

For another edition see Vol. xiv., No. 57424. 

A Sermon to the Bucks and Hinds of America. In imitation 
of a Pamphlet entitled " Sermons to Asses — and another to 



SERMONS. 289 

Doctors of Divinity." Philadelphia: Printed for the Author^ 1788. 
8vo. 79288 

See the " Pennsylvania Magazine," vi., 255. 

Sermons delivered during the Second Plenary Council of Balti- 
more, October, 1866, and Pastoral Letter of The Hierarchy of 
the United States ; together with the Papal Rescript and Letters 
of Convocation ; a complete list of Dignitaries and Officers of 
the Council, and an Introductory Notice. Baltimore : Kelly &' 
Piet. 1866. i2mo, pp. liv, 244. 36 Plates. c. 79289 

Sermons, first published in the Providence Gazette. Hartford. 
1816. 24mo, pp. 48. 79290 

Sermons on Miscellaneous Subjects, by the Bishops of the 
Methodist Episcopal Church, and the Senior Preachers of the 
Ohio and North Ohio Conferences. Cincinnati. 1847. i2mo, 
pp. 456. Portrait. c. 79291 

Sermons on Particular Occasions. See [Freeman (James)], 
Vol. VII., No. 25767. 

Sermons on Sacramental Occasions by Divers Ministers. Bos- 
ton : Printed by J. Draper., for D. Henchman in Cornhill. Mdcc- 
XXXIX. 8vo, pp. (4), vii, (i), 275. B. 79292 

By Gilbert Tennent, Samuel Blair, and William Tennent. 

Sermons on some of the Distinguishing Doctrines of Divine 
Revelation ; collected from a number of Ministers, in the North- 
ern States of America. Vol. 11. Stockbridge : Elijah Kingshy. 
1812. 8vo, pp. 322, 6. H. 79293 

Sermons on some of the distinguishing Doctrines of Divine 
Revelation ; collected from a number of Ministers, in the North- 
ern States of America. Stockbridge. 18 14. 8vo, pp. 232, Sub- 
scribers names 6. 79^94 

Sermons on various important Doctrines and Duties of the 
Christian Religion ; selected from the Mss. of several Ministers, 
Members of the Northern Association, in the County of Hamp- 
shire. Northaynpton. 1799. 8vo, pp. 448. 79^95 

Sermons, | or, | Declarations,] Made | by some of the | Ancient 
Preachers | amongst the | People called Quakers, | viz. | Stephen 
Crisp. I William Dewsbury. | William Penn, &c. | Taken in Short 
Hand, as they were delivered [ by them. | Philadelphia : \ Printed and 



290 SERNA. 



sold by yohn Dunlap^ on the | south side of Market-Street^ the third \ \u 
Door be/ow Second-Street. MDCCLXViii. | i2mo, pp. 71. 79296 '^ 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Sermons, Preached at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, 
New York, During the Year 1863. New York : D. ^ J. Sadlier. 
1864. i2mo, pp. 377. 79297 

Sermons preached at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, New 
York, during the years 1865 and 1866. New York: L. Kehoe. 
1867. i2mo, pp. 440. c. 4- Third Edition. New-York : The 
Catholic Publication House, [n. d.] i2mo, pp. 440. B. 79298 ^\ 

Sermons Preached at the Dedication of the Broadway Taber- 
nacle, New York, Sunday, April 24, 1859. ^- ^"^^ Prominence 
of the Atonement. By Prof. Edwards A. Park, d.d. ii. The 
Assembly of Christians the Temple of God. By Richard S. 
Storrs, Jr., d.d. hi. Preaching the Gospel the Grand Function 
of the Minister. By Jos. P. Thompson, d.d. To which is added, 
Historical Sketches of the Tabernacle, and a Formal Dedication 
of the House. New York: N. A. Calkins. 1859. 8vo, pp. 96. 

Sermons preached in Boston on ... Abraham Lincoln. See 
Vol. X., No. 41230. 

Sermons to Asses. See [Murray (James)], Vol. xii. 51509. 

Sermons to Children. To which are added Short Hymns suited 
to the subjects. By a Lady. Composed for the New- York 
Widow's Society. Morris-Town : Printed by Henry P. Russell. 
1815. 24mo, pp. 87, (i). 79300 

Sermons to Gentlemen. See [Rush (B.)], Vol. xviii. 74240. 

Sermons to Ministers of State. See [Murray (James)], Vol. 
XII., No. 51511. 

Serna (Juan). Elogio del Beato Felipe de Jesus, Mexicano. 
... Mexico., por Calderon. 1652. 4to. 79301 

Serna. Sermon del Santisimo Sacramento de la Eucaristia. ... 
Mexico., por Calderon. 1655. 4to. 79302 

Titles from Beristain. 

Serna (Juan Perez de la). Epistola Reverendissimis Patribus 
et Comprovincialibus, Capitulis Ecclesiarum Cathedralium, Paro- 



SERRA. 291 

chis et Universe statui Ecclesiastico Provincict Mexicans. Afex- 
ici^ apud yoanne7n Ruizium. 1 62 1. Folio. 793^3 

" Con esta carta publico impreso por la vez primera las actas y decretos del tercer 
Concilio mexicano, que se habia celebrado en 1585." — Beristain. This work is 
probably the same as our No. 76332, Vol. xviii. 

Serna. Sermon predicado en las Fiestas de la Beatificacion de 
S. Francisco Xavier. ... Mexico^ por Diego Garrido. 1621. 410. 

The Serpent Uncoiled : or a Full Length Picture of Universal- 
ism. By a Western Layman. Philadelphia. [1846.] i8mo, 
pp. 108. 79305 

Serqueira (Thomas Jose Pinto de). Codigo do processo 
criminal de primeira instancia do imperio do Brasil, com a dispo- 
si^ao provisoria acerca da administra^ao da justi^a civil ; seguido 
da lei de 3 de Dezembro de 1841, e regulamentos para a sua exe- 
cu^ao de 31 de Janeiro e 15 de Mar^o de 1842 : contendo muitas 
notas, nas quaes se mostram as altera^oes que pela citada lei tive- 
ram muitos artigos do mesmo codigo; e se transcreve a summa das 
leis e decisoes do governo, declarando como se devem entender 
muitas das suas disposi^oes. Terceira edi^ao, muito mais conecta 
e augmentada. ... Rio de yaneiro^ '^yp- Episcopal de Agostitiho de 
Freitas Guimardes & C". 1853. l2mo, pp. (8), 300. -j- Quarta 
edi^ao. Rio de Janeiro^ '^yp- Episcopal de Antonio Gon^alves Gui- 
rnardes & Ca. 1 859. i2mo. 793^6 

Serqueira. Elogio do senador e conselheiro d'estado Jose 
Clemente Pereira, recitado por occasiao da inaugura^ao da sua 
estatua no hospicio de Pedro 11. ... Rio de "Janeiro. 1857. ^^*^* 

Serqueira. Guia do Correio do Brasil ... Rio de "Janeiro., 
Typ. de Nicolau Loha Vianna ^ Filhos. 1857. ^^^^ PP- 24^* 

Serra ( ), Carrega (Francesco) and Piaggio ( ). 

Ragionamento nel quale si conferma I'opinion generale intorno alia 
patria di Cristoforo Colombo, presentato all' accademia delle sci- 
enze, lettere e arti di Genova Nell' Adunanza del di 16 dicembre 
1812 dagli accademici Serra, Carrega e Piaggio. \_Genova. 18 12?] 
4to, pp. 105, errata (i). l. 79309 

Appended to the Lenox copy is the following supplement: Annotazioni posteriori alia 
pubblicazione del presente Ragionamento. [Colophon :] Geno-va, Tipografa de'' Fratelli 
Pagano 1824. — Con permissione. 4to, pp. 8. 

Serra (Angel). [Manual de administrar los Santos Sacra- 
mentos a los Espafioles y Naturales de esta Provincia de los 



292 SERRANO. 

gloriosos Apdstoles S. Pedro y S. Pablo de Michuacan ... Mexico. 
1697.] 4to. 79310 

In Latin, Spanish and Tarascan. Title from the reprint of 173 1. The book is 
mentioned by Beristain as follows : " Manual Trilinque, latino, castellano y tarasco, para 
administrar los Sacramcntos a los Espanoles y a los Indios. Imp. en Megicn por Ribera 
1697." 4to. An imperfect copy, supposed to be of this edition, was priced at 300 
francs in Leclerc's " Bibliotheca Americana" (1878), No. 2436, where it is described as 
follows : " Nous donnons ce titre [' Manual Trilinque,' etc.] d'apres Ludewig, a un 
volume que nous possedons et qui est fort maltraite ; il y manque le titre, plusieurs fF., 
et la plus grande partie de ce qui reste est en mauvais etat. D'apres son contenu, et 
aussi apres examen, tout nous confirme que ce livre n'est autre que le Manuel du P. 
Angel Serra, en latin, espagnol et tarasca. Le volume se compose d'environ 136 fF., 
plus les Index." 

" Fr. Angel Serra, natural de la diocesis de Michoacan, del orden de S. Francisco de 
la provincia de S. Pedro y S. Pablo, custodio de ella y parroco de Charapan, y de la ciudad 
de Queretaro : peritisimo en el idioma tarasco, escribio ... Manual Trilinque [as above] 1 
... iS^j. 4to. £/ Catecismo del P. Bartnlomc Castano, traducido al tarasco. Imp^reso^. || 
.Arte, Diccionario y Confesonario de dicha Lengua. MS. preparados para la prensa." — I 
Beristain. 

Serra. Manual |de administrar | los Santos Sacramentos|a los 
Espanoles y Naturales de esta Provincia | de los gloriosos Apdstoles 
S. Pedro y S. Pablo |de Michuacan, conforme a la rcforma de 
Paulo V. y Vrbano viii. | Cornpuesto | por el M. R. P. Fr. Angel 
Serra, | Predicador, ex-Custodio de dicha Santa Provincia, Cura | 
colado, que fue, de la doctrina del pueblo de Charapan | en la sierra, 
Obispado de Valladolid, Guardian y Cura | del Convento y Doc- 
trina de N. P. S. Francisco de la | Ciudad de Queretaro, y Arzo- 
bispado | de Mexico. | Dedicalo | a N. R."io P. F. Fernando Alonso | 
Gonzalez, Lector Jubilado, Calificador del San- 1 to Officio, Padre, 
y ex-Ministro Provincial de|la referida Santa Provincia de Michu- 
acan y I Commissario General de todas las | de esta Nueua Espana, | 
Joseph Bernardo de Hogal, | Ministro e Impressor del Real y Apos- 
tolico I Tribunal de la Santa Cruzada | en todo este Reyno. | En 
cuya Imprenta se reimpri?nio por su original itnpresso en | Mexico con 
licencia el ano de 1697 este presente de 1731- [ 4to, leaves (6), 1-138, 
tabla (4). 7931 1 

In Latin, Spanish and Tarascan. Title from Icazbalceta's " Apuntes," No. 70,33 
corrected and printed in Pilling's bibliography of " North American Linguistics." A 
copy of this edition sold for £6 los at the Andrade sale in 1869. Another copy, 
lacking leaves 135 and 136, brought £5 los at the Ramirez sale in 1880. 

Serrano (F. de P.) Balanza de Comercio por el Puerto de 
Veracruz en el ano de 1856, formada en su Aduana Maritima de 
orden del Supremo Gobierno por Francisco de P. Serrano. Vera 
Cruz. Imp. de R. de Zayas. 1857. 4^°5 PP* ^3* ^ Tables. A. 

Serrano (Jose Aniceto). Al Publico. Caracas. 1840. 8vo. 

Refers to the disturbances of public order in 1835 and 1836. 



SERTORIUS. 293 

Serrano (M. J.) Tragica Descripcion que bosquexa la 
momentanea lamentable desolacion de la mui noble, y mui leal 
ciudad de Santiago de Cuba, causada por el horrendo terremoto, 
acaecido a la once y cincuenta y mas minutos de la noche de 
Miercoles, once de Junio de mil setecientos sesenta y seis. 
Escrita en sesenta y seis octavas, por D. Miguel Joseph Serrano. 
Mexico. 1766. 4to, pp. 24. 79314 

Serrano (P.) Riqueza entre-riana. Por Pedro Serrano. 
Montevideo. 1 85 1, 8vo, pp. 53. 79315 

Serrell (E. W.) Report on a Railway Suspension Bridge, 
proposed for crossing the St. Lawrence River at Quebec, made to 
his Worship the Mayor and the City Council of Quebec. By 
Edward William Serrell, Engineer. Quebec: Printed by Jugustin 
Cote iff Co. 1852. 8vo, pp. 67, (i). ' B. 79316 

[Serrell (J. E.)] Plan and Description proposing to re-model 
the City of New York, and its vicinity, by annexing Brooklyn, 
Williamsburgh, Bushwick, Greenpoint, Hunter's Point, Astoria, 
Newtown, Flushing. ... New York: Bergen and Tripp., Printers. 
1867. 8vo, pp. II. Plan. B. 79317 

Serres [Sieur). Quatre relations veritables du Sieur Serres de 
Montpellier, touchant ce qui s'est passe de remarquable dans sa 
prison en France pour fait de Religion ; dans son voyage de 
I'Amerique en qualite de prisonnier pour le mesme sujet ; avec 
les circonstances au vrai du triste naufrage que fit le vaisseau ou 
il etait ; sa captivite tandisqu'il a ete dans I'Amerique, et sa 
delivrance, lors qu'il en est sorti. Amsterdam., P. Marret. 1688. 
Sm. 8vo, pp. 80. 79318 

Serruto y Nava (Jose). Elogio funebre del muy excelso, 
muy poderoso y muy amable Senor Don Carlos in. Rey de 
Espana y de las Americas. Mexico. 1789. 4to, 16 leaves. 

Serruto y Nava. Panegirico de S. Pedro Apdstol ... Sala- 
manca. 1779. 4to. 79320 

" Este sermon que padecio en Mexico censura acre y persecucion cruel, presentado al 
consejo de las Indias y mandado examinar, merecio la aprobacion de los teologos de 
Espana." — Beristain. Also : Devocionario hecho por un Sacerdote a peticion de una 
Alma piadosa ... Mexico, por Onti-veros. 1809. 8vo. 

[Sertorius, pseudon.'] A Letter on the Naval Depot. To 
the Honorable Henry Clay, Speaker of the House of Representa- 
tives of the United States, [n. p. 182-?] 8vo, pp. 16. ba. 

Signed : " Sertorius." 
VOL. XIX. 19 



294 SESSE. 

Serulan, pseudon. \i. e. Laurens ( ) ?] Poems Original, 

&c. By Serulan. Charleston. 1854. 8vo, pp. 134. 79322 

Les Servantes de Dieu en Canada. See Vol. in., No. 10604. 

Service Afloat ; comprising the Personal Narrative of a British 
Naval Officer during the late War. ... Philadelphia : Edward C. 
Mielke. 1833. i2mo, pp. 276. c, H., P. 79323 

Describes the West India Islands. Also included in Gieenbank's Periodical Library, 
Philadelphia, T. K. Greenhank, i^SSi V"^'^- "•) PP- 7 3~174- 

Services. Arlington Street Church. Boston. 1862. i2mo, 
pp. 54. B. 79324 

Services at the Installation of Rev. Daniel Temple Noyes. 
See [Richards (G.)], Vol. xvii., No. 70938. 

The Services of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United 
States of America, as ordered by the Bishops during the Civil 
War. For the benefit of the United States Sanitary Commission. 
Brooklyn, February 22, 1864. [^Brooklyn? 1864.] 4to, pp. 27. 
Facsimiles. 79325 

An engraved facsimile is given of the various prayers and services, as written by the 
Bishops themselves, thus giving copies of the autographs of each contributor. 

Servitude, and the Duty of Masters to their Servants. A Ser- 
mon preached in the Presbyterian Church, Norfolk, Va. June 
1843. Norfolk: Beacon Press.^ Wide Awake Street. 1843. ^^°' 
pp. 15. 79326 

Sese y Lacasta (Martin). Oracion inaugural para la apertura 
del nuevo Estudio de Botanica de la Universidad de Mexico ... 
Mexico^ por Ontiveros. 1788. 410. 79327 

Also : Discurso contra la Memoria sobre la Seda silvestre, que escribio el Br. D. Jose 
Alzatc ... Mexico, [n. d.] Titles from Beristain. 

Sesse (J. de). Libro de la | Cosmographia | Vniversal | del 
Mvndo, I y particvlar descripcion | de la Syria y tierra Santa. | Com- 
puesto por el Doctor losepe de Sesse, del Consejo de[su Magestad, 
y su Regente la Real Chancilleria ] de Aragon, y Consultor del 
santo Ofi-|cio de la Inquisicion. | Dirigido al muy illustre senor 
don Pedro de Sesse, senor] de Cerdan, Cauallero y Ricohombre de 
Mesnada, | del Reyno de Aragon. | ... | Con licencia y priuilegio En 
^aragofa^ Por luan de Larumhe., | en la Cuchilleria. Aho 1619. | Sm. 
4to, leaves (36), 1 1 1, (9). b. 79328 



SETON. 295 

Sessions (A. J.) Necessity of the Atonement. A Sermon ... 
at Haverhill, Mass., 17 December, 1837. By Alexander J. Ses- 
sions. Boston. 1838. 8vo, pp. 16. 79329 

Sessions. The Religious Experience of Eunice Winchester 
Smith : who died July 6, 1840, aged 19 years. By Alexander J. 
Sessions. Salem. 1840. 32mo, pp. 70. 7933° 

Sessions (J.) A Sermon, delivered in Adams, N. Y. at the 
Funeral of the Hon. Richard Goodell, who died at Auburn, N. Y. 
January 25, 1826. By Rev. John Sessions ... IV at er town., N. T.: 
Printed by IF. Woodward. 1826. 8vo, pp. 16. H. 7933 1 

A Set of I Plans and Forts | in | America, | Reduced from Actual 
Surveys. | 1765. | \_London :^ Publish' d according to Jet of Parliament., 
by Mary Ann Rocque Topographer to His Royal \ Highness the Duke 
of Gloucester., in the Strand. \ Oblong 4to, engraved title and index, 
30 Plans. A. 79332 

The plates were engraved by P. and John Andrews. They are as follows : (i) New 
York, reduced from the survey of T. Maerschalckin, 1763; (2) Albany; (3) Montreal; 
(4) Louisbourg; (5) (Quebec; (6) Fort Frederick; (7) Halifax; (8) Schenectady; (9^ 
Fort Niagara; (10) Fort Albany; (ii) Fort Ticonderoga ; (12) Fort Stanwix ; (13^ 
Fort Edward; (14) Fort George; (15) Narrows near New York ; (16) Ligonier; (17^ 
Herkimer's house; (18) Bedford Clockhouse; (19) Oneida; (20) Saratoga; WA 
William Henry; (22) Royal Block house; (23) Crown Point; (24) Frontenac ; (25^ 
Redoubts at Crown Point ; (26) Fort William Henry; (27) Fort at Oswego Falls; (28) 
Fort Pitts Burgh; (29) Brewerton ; (30) Ontario. 

Sethonia, a Tragedy. Philadelphia : John Sparhawk. 1774. 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Setier (L. p.) Resume de I'Histoire des Revolutions des 
Colonies Espagnoles de I'Amerique du Sud. Par L. P. Setier. 
Paris., Kilian. 1827. i8mo, pp. 340. 79334 

()uerard gives the date of publication as 1826, and adds the following note: " L'au- 
teur y ajouta, la meme annee, la traduction faite par lui de la Relation historique et 
descriptive d'un sejour de vingt ans dans I'Amerique du Sud, par W. B. Stevenson." 

S[eton (Elizabeth A.)] Memoirs of M^s S***** ... Written 
by herself. A Fragment of real history ... Elixabethtown., N. y. 
Printed by Isaac A. Kollock., for himself and others ... 18 1 7. 24mo, 
PP- 90- 79335 

Mother Seton's journal, surreptitiously printed by an Episcopal minister at Elizabeth- 
town, N. J. See Finotti's " Bibliographia Catholica Americana," pp. 236, 237. See 
aho White (C. J.) 

Seton. Memoir, Letters and Journal of Mrs. Elizabeth 
Seton. Edited by her grandson the Rt. Rev. R. Seton ... New 
York: P. O'Shea. 1869. 2 vols., 8vo. 79336 



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Seton (S. W.) Manual of ... the Primary ... New York 
Public Schools. By S. W, Seton. New York. 1830. l2mo. 

Seton (W.) The Pioneer. A Poem. By William Seton ... 
New Tork : P. G'Shea. 1874. Sm. 4to, pp. 69. 79338 

Seton. The Pride of Lexington. A Tale of the American 
Revolution. By William Seton ... . New Tork: P. O'Sbea. 
1873. i2mo, pp. 365. 79339 

Seton, Romance of the Charter Oak : a Picture of Colonial 
Times. By William Seton ... New Tork : P. O' Shea. 1870-71. 
2 vols., i2mo. 79340 

Settle (D.) A true reporte of | the laste voyage into the] 
West and Northwest regi-|ons, &c. 1577. worthily atchie-|ued 
by Capteine Frobisher of | the sayde voyage the first | finder and 
Ge-|nerall. | With a description of the people | there inhabiting, 
and other | circumstances | notable. | Written by Dionyse Settle, one 
of I the companie in the sayde voy-|age, and seruant to the Right) 
Honourable the Earle | of Cumberland. | Nil mortalibus arduum 
est. I Imprinted at Lon-\don by Henrie M.uldle-\ton . Anno. 1577. | 
Sm. 8vo, 24 unnumbered leaves, a in four, b and c in eights, D 
in four. bm., j.c.b. 79341 

Of extreme rarity. On the verso of the title is a poem entitled, " A Rythme 
Decasyllabicall, upon this last luckie voyage of worthie Capteine Frobisher, 1577." 
This is followed on the next leaf by a dedicatory address, " To the Right honourable and 
my singular good Lord, George Earle of Cumberland, Baron Clifl'ord, Lord of Skipton 
and Vesseie : his humble scru.umt Dionyse Settle, wisheth the fulncsse of all perfect 
felicitie," which ends on the verso. The address "To the Christian Reader" tills the 
next two leaves. The text is in twenty leaves. Two editions of this book were printed 
in the same year, as appears from the following note, which is written in the British 
Museum (Grenville) copy: 

" This very rare account of Frobisher's Second Voyage by Settle, who accompanied 
him, is different from that by Beste, who also accompanied him, and who published 
in 1578 all the three voyages of Frobisher. I have seen a second edition of Settle's 
True reporte of the same year 1577, with some slight alterations in the same number 
of twenty-four leaves, but with different signatures, the second having eight leaves 
each of the three letters, A. B. C. whereas the first has four signatures, A. B. C. D. 
of which the first and last have only four leaves each. In B vi. of the first edition 
instead of ' Richd. Coxe gunner,' the second edition in B. ii. has ' Jackman and A. Dier 
masters mates.' To B vii. of the first Edition after ' God's visitation,' is added at B iii. 
of the second edition an account of their taking possession of the land, and of authority 
given by Frobisher to Fenton, Yorke and Best his Lieutenant during his absence up the 
country. The Text of the first edition is resumed in the second edition at the words 
* whoso maketh' which begin the verso of B. viii. of first Edition, a sentence is added at 
B v. of the second ed. to say that Best left in the natives tent a letter to the men that he 
had lost the year before : to the following sentence at line 10 of the same page ot first 
ed. are added in the second ed. ' Master Philpot and all the gentlemen went ashore 
determined to see.' I have stated in the above passages the only differences which occur 



SETTLE. I97 

in the two editions of the same year. That there were two had escaped the notice of 
Bibliographers." — Bibliotheca Grenmlliana, p. 657. 

Settle. A True Reporte of Martin Frobisher's Voyage ; 
1577, by Dionyse Settle. London, 1577. \_Pfovidence : Reprinted. 
1868.] Sm. 4to, pp. 63. L. 79342 

Fifty copies printed, at the expense of Mr. John Carter Brown, for private distribution. 
Although it is an exact reprint in roman letter, it does not correspond page for page with 
the original edition, as is stated by JVIr. Bartlett in the catalogue of the Brown library. 
The book is also reprinted in Hakluyt's collection of voyages, and in Sir Egerton Brydges's 
"Restituta," vol. ii., pp. 202—225. ^'^ ^'- Bartlett's description in the "New England 
Hist. Gen. Register," xxiii. 363. 

[Settle.] La | Navigation | dv Capitaine Mar- [tin Forbisher 
Anglois, es regions | de west & Nordwest, en I'annee | M. D.- 
lxxvii, I Contenant les mcEurs & fa^ons de viure des Peuples, | & 
habitas d'icelles, auec le portraict de leurs habits | & amies, & 
autres choses memorables & singulie-|res, du tout incognues par 
de^a. I [Vignette.] | \^Rochelle?'\ M. D. Lxxvill. | Pour Anthoine Chup- 
p'in.\ Sm. 8vo, 40 unnumbered leaves, a-e in eights. Folded 
plate of the natives. j.c.b., l. 79343 

Corrected title of No. 5652, Vol. 11. It is a translation from the English into French 
by Nicholas Pithou, sieur de Cham-Gobert, of Settle's "true reporte," with some changes 
and additions. The title, verso blank, is followed by the dedicatory preface in nine 
pages, addressed to Monsieur de Hault. The next five pages contain an elegy and 
sonnet. The narrative of the voyage is in thirty-two leaves. The folded woodcut 
plate is entitled, " Le Portraict des trois Sauuages admenez en Angleterre, leurs habits, 
amies, tentes & bateux." According to Hazlitt [Collections and Notes, 1889, p. 167), 
"The ' discription of the purtrayture and shape ot those strange kinde of people,' &c., 
was separately licensed to John AUde, to be printed in English, Jan. 30, 1577—8, but it 
does not seem to be known." Antoine Chuppin printed an edition of Lery's work on 
Brazil in 1578, with the name Rocbelle in the imprint. Most of his later publications, 
however, appear to have been printed at Geneva. 

[Settle.] Beschreibung | Der schifFart des Haubt-jmans 
Martini Forbisher ausz Engel- 1 land, in die Lender gegen West 
vnd Nordt-[ west, im Jar 1577. D^finnen diser Lender Inwohner 
sit- 1 ten vnd weisz zu leben, sampt jren Trachten vnd | WafFen 
Abcontrefeiung, auch andern, zuuor | vnbekandten vnd sonder- 
lichen sachen, | angezeigt wirdt. Ausz dem Frantzosischen auft's 
trewlichste in | das Teutsche gebracht. | [Vignette.] | Niirnberg. ( 
M. D. Lxxx. I [Colophon :] Gedruckt zu Nurnbe?-g., | durch Katha- 
rinat/i Gerlachin^ vnd | "Johanns vom Berg Erben. | 4to, title with 
woodcut on verso, and 12 unnumbered leaves. A— c in fours, and 
D in two, including the title and a blank leaf at the end. j.c.b. 

Imi)roved title of No. 25996, Vol. vii., furnished by Ml. John Nicholas Brown. 

[Settle.] De | Martini | Forbisseri | Angli navigati- 1 one in 
regiones occi- 1 dentis et septen- 1 trionis | Narratio historica, j Ex 



298 SEUDO-LIBERALES. 

Gallico sermone in La-|tinum translata | per | D. Joan. Tho. 
Freigivm. | [Vignette.] | Cum gratia & privi/egio Imperiali. | cid.- 
ID. xxc. I [Colophon :j Norlbergce | Imprhnebatur^ in officina Ca- | 
tharina Gerlachin^ & Hat'e- 1 dum lohannis Man- \ tani. \ Anno | CI3- 
iDxxc. I [1580.] Sm. 8vo, 44 unnumbered leaves, a in six, b- 
E in eights, and f in six. Folded Woodcut. j.c.b., l. 79345 

The woodcut represents a Greenlander in a canoe, throwing darts at wildfowl, with 
other natives in their costume. It is entitled, " Pictvra vel dclineatio hominvm nvper 
ex Anglia advectorum, una cum eorum armis, tentoriis, & naviculis." This is the first 
Latin edition of Frobisher's voyage in 1577. It is translated from the French version 
of Settle's narrative. The dedicatory preface by Freigius, the translator, begins on the 
recto of the second leaf and ends on the recto of the ninth. The preface of the French 
translator Nicolas Pithou follows, with the " Heroicvm " and "Elegiacvm," in nine 
pages. The narrative of the voyage begins on the fourteenth leaf and ends on the 
thirty-fifth. The last nine leaves contain extracts from Jovius, Longolius and Antonius 
LuUus. Corrected title and note of No. 25994, Vol. vii. Our No. 5053, Vol. 11., is 
probably intended for the same edition, or for the one following. 

[Settle.] I. N. J. | Historia Navigationis | Martini For-| 
bisseri I Angli Praetoris sive Capitanei, | a. c. 1577. I Majo, Junio, 
Julio, Augusto & Septembii mensibus, | Jussu Reginae Elisabethae, | 
Ex Anglia, in Septemtrionis & Occidentis | tractum susceptae, | ephe- 
meridis sive diarii more conscripta & stilo ; | triennioq; post, ex 
gallico in latinum sermonem, | a | Joh. Thoma Freigio translata, | 
& I Noribergee, ante a. 94. cum praefatione utili, observationib9 ] 
aliquot & appendice edita, denuo prodit, e museo D. Capelli P. P. | 
[Vignette.] | Hamhiirgi^ | Suniptibus Joh. Naumanni ^ Georgi 
lVolffii^\Anno 1675.I 4to, pp. (17), I-37. Copperplate engraving 
on I leaf, a-g in fours, including the plate. l. 79346 

This edition contains some notes and observations by the editor, D. Capell. Corrected 
title of No. 25995, Vol. VII. For the complete narrative of Frobisher's three voyages, 
in 1576, 1577 and 1578, tee Best (George), Vol. h., No. 5051. See also No. 78166, 
supra, for an Italian translation. 

[Settle (Elkanah).] A Pindaric Poem, on the Propagation 
of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. A Work of Piety so zealously 
recommended and promoted by Her most Gracious Majesty. 
London^ Printed for the Author. M DCC xi. Folio, pp. (8), 1 8. 

Contains some references to America. 

Settlers' Guide to Oregon and Washington Territory and to 
the Lands of the Northern Pacific Railroad on the Pacific Slope. 
\_New York. 1872.] 8vo, pp. 32. Maps. b. 79348 

Los Seudo-liberales, 6 la muerte de la Republica Mcxicana. 
Mexico. 1851. 4to, pp. 32. 79349 



SEVEN. 299 

Seu Ke-yu. [Ying hwan che leo. "A Geographical Treatise 
on all within the Circuit of the Seas." By Seu Ke-yu. Edited 
by Peih Sing-tseuen and Lew Yuh-po. China. 1848.] 10 
keuen, 8vo. bm. 79350 

The work gives "a very fair account of the various portions of the globe. The author 
availed himself of the opportunities he had for consulting foreigners regarding foreign 
alFairs, and he has not disdained to acknowledge the assistance thus received. The maps 
though little more than outlines of the several countries, and very rude in their execution, 
yet give a tolerably good notion of the relative position and magnitude of the nations 
indicated."- — Wylie's Notes on Chinese Literature, p. 53. 

A translation of the portion relating to the United States of America is printed in the 
" Historical Magazine," new series, vol. 11. (1867), pp. 18-21, preceded by the follow- 
ing explanatory statement: "It appears that Seu-Ki-Yu was, from 1844 to 1S50, 
Governor of Fuh-Kien. During that time he wrote and published, in the Chinese 
language, a work on Universal Geography, giving an account of the establishment of 
America by Washington. For tliis publication, so favorable to the Western Powers, 
some of which were then in collision with China, and so favorable especially to the 
United States, Seu-Ki-Yu was dismissed from office by the Emperor Hien-Fung, on his 
accession to the throne of China in 1850. His work and his sacrifices for the truth of 
history were made known to the Government at Washington by the late Charge of the 
United States at Pekin, Mr. Williams. Through the efforts of the legation, the Imperial 
Government reversed its sentence of proscription against Seu-Ki-Yu, and recalled him 
into its employment as a member of the Foreign Office of the Government. The 
Secretary of State presented him with a portrait of Washington." 

Sevarambians. See [Vairasse d'Allais (Denis)]. 

Seve (E.) La Patria Chilena. Le Chili tel qu'il est. Publi- 
cations officielles de la Commission Beige f'aites avec I'approbation 
de la Commission Directrice de I'Exposition Internationale du 
Chili de 1875. Par Edouard Seve. ... Tome Premier. Val- 
paraiso. 1876. 8vo, pp. XXX, (i), 501, (i), cxxii, 661-666. H. 

Seven and Nine Years among the Camanches and Apaches. 
An Autobiography. [By Edwin Eastman.] Jersey City., N. y. 
Clark Johnson., M.D. 1874. l2mo, pp. 309, (l). 8 Plates. 

The Seven Articles from the Church of Leyden 16 1 7. With 
an Introductory Letter by George Bancroft. \^New York. 1856.] 
8vo, pp. 10. " M. 79353 

" From the Collections of the New York Historical Society, Second Series, Vol. ni." 

The Seven Brothers of Wyoming, or, the Brigands of the 
Revolution. Ne%v York. [1853.] ^v<^* 79354 

The Seven Days' Battles in front of Richmond : an Outline 
Narrative of the Series of Engagements which opened at Me- 
chanicsville, near Richmond, on Thursday, June 26, 1862, and 
resulted in the Defeat and Retreat of the Northern Army under 
Major-General M'Clellan. Compiled from detailed accounts of 



300 SEVENTH. 

the Newspaper Press. Richmond: West t^f Johnston. 1862. 8vo, 
pp. 45- c. 79355 

Seven Hints | For all who will take them. | By | A Church of 
England-Man. I \_Philadelphia. 1770.] 4to, i page. P. 79356 

Anti-Non-Importation circular signed "J. S." M. Hillegas says published July 17, 

1770. HiLDEBURN. 

Seven Months a Prisoner. Thirty-six days in the Woods. 
By an Indiana Soldier [J. V. Hadley]. Indianapolis : J. M. & 
F. J. Meikel^ Printers. 1868. 8vo, pp. 180. 79357 

Seven | Rational | Sermons, | on the following subjects, | viz. | 
I. Against Covetousness. | ii. On the Vanity of this Life. | iii. 
Against Revenge. | iv. Of Mirth and Grief. | v. The Cruelty of 
Slandering in-|nocent and defenceless Women. | vi. The Duty of 
Children. | vii. Advantages of Education. | Written in England, 
by a Lady, the Translatress of Four | Select Tales from Mar- 
montel. | ... | Philadelphia : | Printed by Robert Bell., in Third-Street. \ 

MDCCLXXVII.. I 8vO, pp. 77, (l). H.S.P. 79358 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Seven Years of my Life, or, Narrative of a Patriot Exile, who 
together with eighty-two American citizens were illegally tried 
for Rebellion in Upper Canada, in 1838, comprising a true 
account of our outrageous treatment during ten months imprison- 
ment in Upper Canada. Buffalo and New York. 1848. i2mo. 

Title from a bookseller's catalogue. 

Seventeen Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United 
States, relating to Taxation of Government Loans and Property, 
by States and Cities. New York : Office of Bankers' Magazine. 
1864. 8vo. 79360 

Seventeen Numbers. See [Fisher (R.)]i Vol. vi.. No. 24484. 

The I Seventeenth Jewel, | of the | United States of America : | 
Shining in its Meridian Splendor; in the Lat-|itude and Longi- 
tude of the Intended | State of Adaine. | Or, | The Future Inten- 
tional Addition of its | Constitution to the Federal Union. | [n. 
p.] Printed for the Author. \ 1797. | i2mo, pp. 35. w. 79361 

Signed : " Honestus." 

The Seventh Census. See Vol. in., Nos. 11669-72. 

An Address to the Baptists of the United States, on the observ- 
ance of the Sabbath. From the Seventh-Day Baptist Gen- 
eral Conference. New-York : J. IVinchester. 1843. 8vo, pp. 24. 



SEVERAL. 301 

Seventh-Day Baptist Anniversaries, held at Leonardsville, N. 
Y., September, 1867. Minutes of the Seventh-Day Baptist Gen- 
eral Conference. ... Westerly^ R. I.: Printed by G. B. isf y. H. 
Utter. 1867. 8vo, pp. II, (5), 32, 21, 85, (i). H, 79363 

A Seventh Essay. See [Webster (Pelatiah)]. 

Seventh Regiment Veterans of the National Guard. Head- 
Quarters Seventh Regiment Armory, Nevv^ York, April 29, 1865. 
\_New York. 1865.] 4to, pp. 3, 793^4 

On the death of President Lincoln. 

The Seventh Seal Opened. The Seventh Truth Trumpet 
Sounded ; the Little Book Opened : or, the Democratic Regen- 
erator. New York. 1851. 8vo, pp. 66. 793^5 

Seventy-Six. See [Neal (J.)], Vol. xii.. No. 52137. 

Seventy-Six ; or. The Fall of the Great Republic through the 
Third-Term Conspiracy. By a Republican. New York : G. P. 
Putnam^ 5 Sons. 1874. i2mo, pp. 45. "jc^-^bb 

Seventy-Six Society. 

I. Papers in relation to the Case of Silas Deane. 1855. See Vol. v., No. 19065. 

II. The Examination of Joseph Galloway. 1855. See Vol. vii., No. 26428. 

III. Papers relating to Public Events in Massachusetts. 1856. See Vol. xi., No. 
4593°- 

IV. Papers relating chiefly to the Maryland Line. 1857. See Vol. i., No. 2872. 

Sever (N.) A Speech on the Occasion of Col. Lothrop's 
Death ; Delivered at the Opening of the Court of Common 
Pleas at Plymouth, on the 15th of May, 1750. By Nicholas 
Sever, Esq; Chief Justice of said Court. And made publick at 
the Request of the Gentlemen at the Bar. Boston : Printed by D. 
Fowle. 1750. 4to, title, and pp. 2. h., m. 79367 

Usually followed by Peter Oliver's speech on the same occasion, pp. (2), 12. &? Vol. 
XIII., No. 57211, note. 

Several Apologetical Letters to a Friend, in Behalf of The 
Rev. Mr. Whitefield, &c. [^Boston. 1745.] 4to, pp. 38. 

The Several Assemblies of New Jersey, | Pennsylvania and 
Virginia, having re-|ferred to the Congress a resolution of the 
House of I Commons of Great-Britain, which resolution | is in 
these words: | ... | iPhiladelphia : JV. and T. Bradford. 1775.] 
8vo, pp. 8. N., P. 79369 

The resolution (which expressed the sentiments of the House of Commons in regard 
to the taxes imposed by Colonial Assemblies being approved by the King) is followed 



302 SEVERAL. 

by the opinion of Congress, signed John Hancock, and dated "July 31, 1775." — Hil- 
DEBURN. Mr. Paul L. Ford informs me that Franklin, Jefferson, Adams and R. H. 
Lee were the committee to prepare this paper. The original draft is in Jefferson's 
handwriting. 

Several Conferences. See [Pemberton (Israel)], Vol. xiv., No. 
59612. 

The Several | Declarations | of the | Company | of | Royal Adven- 
turers I of I England | trading into | Africa, | Inviting all His Majes- 
ties Native Subjects in gene-|ral to subscribe, and become Sharers 
in their Joynt-stock. | Together | with His Royal Highness James 
Duke of Yorke | and Albany &c. and the rest of the said Royal 
Companies | Letter to the Right Honourable Francis Lord Wil- 
loughby I of Parham Sec. Intimating the said Companies Resolu- | 
tions to furnish his Majesties American Plantations with | Negroes 
at certain and moderate Rates. | As also a List of the Royal 
Adventurers of England tra- 1 ding into Africa. | \_London .•] J77?i'j 
Dom. 1667. 4to, title, and pp. 12. j.c.B., H. 79370 

Several Epistles. 1669. See Robinson (W.), Vol. xvn.. No. 
72199. 

Several Letters to the Mayor and City Council of Washington, 
on the subject of the Public Theatres, Pennsylvania Avenue and 
the Canal, with extracts from the Journal of the Writer. Part i. 
Norfolk: Virginian print. 1870. 8vo, pp. (2), 71. c. 79371 

Several Methods | of making | Salt-Petre ; | recommended to the | 
Inhabitants | of the | United Colonies, | by their | Representatives | In 
Con^ress.\ Philadelphia :\ Printed by IV. and 'T. Bradford. 1775.] 
8vo, pp. 12. L., P. 79372 

Published by order of the Congress, July 28, 1775. '^^^ Lenox copy contains the 
autograph signature " Richard Varick Secy.," at the end of the text. In Haven's list 
of ante-revolutionary publications the authorship of this pamphlet is attributed to W. 
Sewall. 

Several Methods | of making j Salt-Petre ; | recommended to the | 
Inhabitants I of the | United Colonies, | By the Honorable | Conti- 
nental Congress. | And | Re-published by Order of the | General 
Assembly I of the | Colony of Massachusetts-Bay. | Together with 
the Resolve of said Assembly, | and | An Appendix, | By Doctor 
William Whiting. | IVatertown : \ Printed and Sold by Benjamin Edes^ 
near the Bridge. \ 1775.] 8vo, pp. 20. H. 79373 

Several New ... Considerations. SeeWo\. xii.. No. 47893. 

Several Poems. See [Bradstreet (Anne)], Vol. 11. 7297, 7298. 



SEVERANCE. 



303 



Severall Qvestions. See Cotton (J.), Vol. v., No. 17080. 

The Several Reports of the Committee of Secrecy to the 
House of Commons, relating to the South Sea Company. Lon- 
don : Printed Jor A. Moore. 1721. Folio, pp. 47. j.c.b. 79374 

Rich (Bib. Americana Nova, p. 29) describes a copy of this work with 74 pages. 

Several | Treaties | of | Peace and Commerce [ Concluded between 
the late I King I Of Blessed Memory Deceased, | and other | Princes 
and States ; | with | Additional Notes in the Margin, Referring | to 
the several Articles in each Treaty, and a Table. | Reprinted and 
Published by His Majesties [ Especial Qon\vi\2in^.\London\Pnnted 
by His Majesties Printers^ and sold by | Edward Poole at the Sign of 
the Ship over a-\gaitist the Royal Exchange, 1686. | 4to, pp. (4), 
269. ' B. 79375 

The Several Trials of the Reverend David Barclay, before the 
Presbytery of New Brunswick, with their Judgment at Oxford, 
an Appeal to the Synod of New York and New Jersey, with 
their Judgment in the City of New York, Remanded by the 
Synod to the Presbytery of New Brunswick, with their Judgment 
at Hackettstown, and a Vote of Censure on Jacob Kerr, one of 
the Complainants. Eli-zabethtoivn^ Printed for the Author. 18 14. 
i2mo. 19^1^ 

Severals relating to the | Fund | Printed for divers Reasons, as 
may appear. [^Boston : Printed by Samuel Green. 1682.] 4to, pp. 
8 and over. 79Z17 

" Probably unique, and of extraordinary interest, imperfect as it is. At the top of the 
first page is written, in the hand of Thomas Prince : ' By page 6, was written in 1681. 
Mr. B. Green sen'r says this was printed at Boston by his bro. Samuel's letter [;'. e. 
types.]' On the page referred to, the author speaks of what he did, ' having by accident, 
some respite time this year 1681,' in September, and on p. 7, mentions the result 'in 
6 months' — which brings the date of publication as late as March, 168 1-2. It contains 
information, not elsewhere to be found, respecting the origin and history of the project 
for a Land Bank of Credit, and the introduction of Paper Money." — J. H. Trumbull. 
This copy, now in the Watkinson Library at Hartford, brought .^43 at the Brinlcy sale 
in 1879. 

Severance (C. M.) Memorial of Mrs. Caroline M. Sever- 
ance, of Cleveland, in behalf of Woman's Rights, in respect to 
property, and the exercise of the Electoral Franchise. Presented 
and read to the Senate of Ohio, March 23, 1854. [n. p. 1854.] 
8vo, pp. 9. 79378 

Severance [Luther]. Speech of Mr. Severance, of Maine, 
on the Right of Petition ... in the House of Representatives, 



304 SEWALL. 

February 16, 1844. Washington : Printed by J. and G. S. Gideon. 
1844. 8vo, pp. 16. H. 79379 

Severance. Speech of Mr. Severance, of Maine, on the 
TarlfF. Delivered in the House of Representatives of the U. S. 
May 3, 1844. [Washington. 1844.] 8vo, pp. 16. H. 79380 

Severance. Speech of Hon. L. Severance, of Maine, on 
the War against Mexico. Delivered in the House of Repre- 
sentatives ... May 28, 1846. [Washington. 1846.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Severance. Speech of Mr. Luther Severance, of Maine, on 
the bill for the Reduction of the Tariff. Delivered in the House 
of Representatives, Saturday, June 27, 1846. Washifigton : Printed 
at the Office of Blair and Rives. 1846. 8vo, pp. 15. B. 79382 

Severance. Speech of Mr. Luther Severance of Maine, on 
the Mexican War. ... in the House of Representatives of the 
U. S., Feb. 4, 1847. [Washington. 1847.] '^^^•> PP- ^^- "• 

Severance. Speech of Luther Severance, of Augusta, Maine, 
in the House of Representatives, July 27, 1847, °" ^^^ Resolu- 
tions approving the Mexican War. [Washington. 1847.] ^^"' 
pp. 24. B. 79384 

For a "Memoir of Luther Severance," see [Blaine (J. G.)], Vol. ii., No. 5732. 

Severance (Moses). The American Manual, or New Eng- 
lish Reader. ... [With] a succinct History of the Colonies, to 
the close of the Revolution. For the use of Schools. ... Water- 
loo {N. y.); M. Severance. 183 1. l6mo, pp. 298. -(- Cazemvia^ 
N. T. 1839. i2mo. 793^5 

Sevier (A. H.) Speech of Hon. A. H. Sevier ... January 
12, 1842, in relation to a Board of Exchequer. Washington. 
1842. 8vo. 793^6 

Sevier. Speech of Hon. A. H. Sevier, of Arkansas, on the 
Oregon Question. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, 
Wednesday, March 25, 1846. Washington: Blair and Rives. 
1846. 8vo, pp. 13. 79387 

Sewall (D.) An | Astronomical Diary: | or [Almanack,] for 
the Year of Christian JErz^ \ 1783. | Being the third after Bis- 
sextile I or Leap Year. | Calculated for the Meridian of Ports- 
mouth, I New Hampshire, Latitude 43 Degrees 5 | Min. North, 
Long. 70 Deg. 44 Min. West. | (But will serve for any of the 



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New-England States.) | Containing, Sun and Moon's rising and 
setting : I Eclipses of the Luminaries; Lunations; Time | of High 
Water, morning and evening ; rising, | southing, and setting of 
the Seven Stars ; Clock | equations ; Courts ; | Judgment of the 
Weather ; I Scale of Depreciation for the State of New- 1 Hamp- 
shire ; Table of the Weight and Value | of Coins, Sec. with many 
other Things useful | for an Almanack. | By Daniel Sewall, Philo- 
math. I ... I Portswouth^ New- Hampshire : | Printed., and to be sold at 
the Printing Offices in | Portsmouth and Exeter ; also by the Book- 
sel-\lers and Shopkeepers in Town and Country. \ [1782?] l2mo, 
(12) leaves. m. 79388 

Continued to 18 11 or later. 

Sewall. An | Eulogy | occasioned by the Death | of | General 
Washington. I Pronounced at the middle Parish in | Kittery, | Feb- 
ruary 22, 1800 : 1 By I Daniel Sewall, Y.%i\.\...\Portsmouth., {New- 
Hampshire^ I Printed at the United States'" Oracle- Ofpce ; \ By Charles 
Peirce. \\^00.\ 8vo, pp. 20. ba., n. 79389 

Sewall (D.) A Sermon and Memorial, delivered at the 
funeral of Capt. Isaac Winslow Case, in Kenduskeag, Maine, 
November twenty-seventh, 1863. By D. Sewall, of St. Albans. 
Bangor: Printed by Samuel S. Smith. 1864. 8vo, pp. 20. H. 

Sewall (D.), b. 1735, d. 1825. Tutor Henry Flynt's Journey 
from Cambridge to Portsmouth in 1754 Written by David 
Sewall who accompanied him Edited, with notes By Charles 
Deane ... Cambridge Press of fohn JVilson and Son 1878 8vo, 

pp. 9. B., H., L. 79391 

" Fifty copies printed from the Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society." 
SevvalFs manuscript of Father Flynt's Journey was found among the papers of John 
Adams, who was a classmate of Sewall. 

Sewall (E. Q.) A Sermon on Human Depravity; delivered 
in Amherst, N. H. ... June 25, 1825. By Edmund O. Sewall. 
Amherst^ N. H.: IVells l^ Seaton^ Printers. 1825. 8vo, pp. 34. 
M. -f Third Edition. Boston : Printed by Isaac R. Butts and Co. 
1826. 8vo, pp. 42. BA. 79392 

Also published with the title : On Human Depravity. By Edmund Q. Sewall. 
Fourth Edition. Printed for the American Unitarian Association. Boston : Boivles and 
Dearborn. 1827. 8vo, pp. 42. b. 

Sewall. A Sermon preached at Scituate on Lord's Day, May 
29, 1838. By Edmund Q. Sewall ... . Boston: James Munroe 
& Co. 1838. 8vo, pp. 20. B. 79393 



306 SEWALL. 

Sewall. a Sermon ... January 2, 1842, at the interment of 
Reverend Harrison Gray Otis Phipps, Pastor of the First Church 
in Cohasset. ... By Edmund Q. Sewall, Pastor of the First 
Church in Scituate. Also, a Sermon on the Frailty of Man, by 
the late Rev. H. G. O. Phipps ... . Hingham: Jedidiah Farmer^ 
printer. 1842. 8vo, pp. 32. B. 79394 

Sewall (H. D.) Reply to the Rev. Henry J. Feltus, Rector 
of St. Stephens, on the Alliance of Unitarianism and Moham- 
etanism, with the Unitarians appeal. By Henry D. Sewall. ... 
New York: Printed by C. S. Van JVinkle. 18 20. 8vo, pp. 30. H. 

[Sewall (Jonathan), b. 1728, d. 1796.] The Americans 
Roused, in a Cure for the Spleen. Or Amusement for a 
Winter's Evening-, Being the Substance of a Conversation on the 
Times, over A Friendly Tankard and Pipe. Between Sharp, A 
Country Parson. Bumper, A Country Justice. Fillpot, An Inn- 
keeper. Graveairs, A Deacon. Trim, A Barber. Brim, A 
Quaker. PufF, A late Representative. Taken in Short-Hand, 
by Sir Roger de Coverley. New-England.^ Printed: New-Tor k^ 
Re-printed^ by 'James Rivington. [1775?] 8vo, pp. 32. J.C.B., s. 

Corrected title of No. 1274, Vol. i. The authorship is attributed to Judge Sewall in 
Trumbull's " M'Fingal," canto i. This edition is a reprint, probably, of the following : 

[Sewall.] A Cure for the Spleen. Or Amusement for a 
Winter's Evening; Being the Substance of a Conversation on the 
Times, over a Friendly Tankard and Pipe. Between Sharp, — 

A Country Parson. Bumper, A Country Justice. 

Fillpot, An Inn-keeper. Graveairs, A Deacon. 

Trim, A Barber. Brim, , A Quaker. PufF, — 

A late Representative. Taken in short Hand, by Sir Roger 

De Coverly. \_Boston ;] America : Printed and sold in the Tear 
Mdcclxxv. 8vo, pp. 32. j.c.B. 79397 

Corrected title of No. 17982, Vol. v. " Tlie scene of this Conversation is laid near 
Boston, and the book is an amusing Exposition of the Grievances and Politics of the 
Colonies. On page 30 of this copy are four lines of the text with this manuscript note 
at the bottom of the page, ' From this to the conclusion of the period is omitted in all 
the vendible impressions, as the printer was a woman and ashamed' [illegible]." — 
Stevens's Nuggets, No. 795. See also Vol. x., No. 40097, note; and Vol. i.. No. 263. 

Sewall (J. M.), ^. 1748, </. 1808. Eulogy] on the Late | Gen- 
eral Washington ; | Pronounced at St. John's Church [ in Ports- 
mouth, New hampshire, I on Tuesday, 31st December, 1799. | At 



the Request of the Inhabitants. 
Esquire. | ... | Portsmouth^ N. H. 



By Jonathan Mitchel Sewall, 
Printed by IVilliam Treadwell. 



[1800.] 4tO, pp. 28. B., H. 79398 



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Sewall. Miscellaneous Poems, with several specimens from 
the Author's manuscript version of the Poems of Ossian. By J. 
M. Sevi^all, Esq. Published agreeably to an Act of Congress. 
Portsmouth : Printed by William Treadwell^ & C° for the Author. 
1801. i6mo, pp. 304. L. 79399 

[Sewall.] An | Oration | delivered at Portsmouth, New- 
Hampshire, | on the Fourth of July, 1788.] Being the Anniversary 
of I American Independence. | Bv One of the Inhabitants. | ... | 
Portsmouth : \ Printed by George ^erry Osborne., for the Subscribers, j 

M,DCC,LXXXVIII. I 8vO, pp. 23. M. 794OO 

[Sewall?] A Parody on Some of the most striking Passages 
in a late Pamphlet, entitled " A Letter to a Federalist," with 
Large Additions & Improvements. By Vernon H. Ouincey, 
Esq. \_pseudon.~\ ... Ports?nouth^ N, H.: Printed at the Oracle Press. 
1805. 8vo, pp. 47. 79401 

[Sewall.] Verses | occasioned by reading the] Answer [of the 
I President | of the | United-States, | to the | House of Representa- 
tives, I requesting certain Papers | relative to the | Treaty | with | 
Great-Britain. I 5ojr5«.- Printed in the Tear 1797.] i2mo, pp. 7. 

This is reprinted in the " Miscellaneous Poems," under the title of " The Inflexible 

Patriot." 

[Sewall.] A | Versification | of | President Washington's] Ex- 
cellent I Farewell-Address, | to the [ Citizens of the | United States. ) 
By a Gentleman of Portsmouth, N. H. | Published according to 
Act of Congress. | Portsmouth., New- Hampshire : \ Printed and Sold 
by Charles Pierce., at the\ Colufnbian Bookstore. 1798. | 8vo, pp. 54. 

Sae also [Richards (G.")], Vol. xvii., No. 70919, note. 

Sewall (J.), b. 1688, d. 1769. All Flesh is as Grass; but 
the Word of the | Lord endureth for ever. | A ( Sermon [ preached at 
the I Thursday Lecture in Boston, | January ist. 1740,1. | By 
Joseph Sewall, d.d. | Pastor to a Church of Christ in Boston. | ... | 
Boston : Printed and Sold by S. Kneeland and T. \ Green., in ^ueen 
street over against the Prison. 1741. | 8vo, pp. (4), 24. B., M. 

Sewall. Believers invited to Comej to | Christ | as the Author 
of their | Resurrection | and | Life. [ In a Sermon at the Lecture | in 
Boston, N. E. Novemb. 10. 1715. | By Joseph Sewall, a.m. | 
Pastor of a Church in Boston. \ ...\ Boston : Printed by B. Green., 
for Sa?nuel | Gerrish., at his Shop on the North-side of the \ Town- 
House. 1716.] Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), 17. B., M. 79405 



308 SEWALL. 

Sewall. a Caveat against | Covetousness | in a | Sermon | at 
the I Lecture in Boston, N. E. | February 20, ijJl- \ By Joseph 
Sewall, A.M. I Pastor of a Church of Christ in Boston. | ... | Bos- 
ton : I Printed by B. Green for Samuel Gerrish^ \ and Sold at his Shop. 
1718. I 8vo, pp. (2), 22. B. 79406 

Sewall. The | Certainty & Suddenness | of | Christ's coming] 
to I Judgment, | improved as a Motive to Diligence | in Preparing 
for it. I In I a Sermon | at the Lecture in Boston, | October 6. 1 7 1 5. | 
By Joseph Sewall, a.m. | Pastor of a Church in Boston. | ... | Bos- 
ton : Printed by B. Green, for Sainuel | Gerrish, at his Shop on the 
North-side of the\ Town-House. I7i6.| Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), 19. B. 

Sewall. The ] Character | and | Blessedness | of the [ Upright. | 
A Sermon | Occasion'd by the Death of the | Honourable | Wait 
Winthrop, Esq; | Who Expired, Nov. 7, I7i7.1^tatis 76. | By 
Joseph Sewall, a.m. | Pastor of a Church of Christ in Boston. | ... | 
Boston: Printed by T. Crump. 1717.I Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), 48. B. 

Sewall. The Character and Reward of the faithful | Minis- 
ters of Christ. I A | Sermon | Preach'd at the South Church in Bos- 
ton, I On the Lord's Day after the Funeral | Of the Reverend | 
Mr. Alexander Cumming, | Late Colleague Pastor of said Church. 
I Who departed this Life, August 25, 1763. | iEtat. 37. | By Joseph 
Sewall, D.D. I Pastor of said Church. | ... \Boston: Printed by S. 
Kneeland, i'](iT^.\ 8vo, pp. (4), 20, (2). 794^9 

Sewall. Christ Victorious over the Powers of Darkness, | by 
the Light of His preached Gospel. | A | Sermon | preached in Bos- 
ton, December 12, 1733. | At the Ordination of the Reverend] 
Mr. Stephen Parker, j Mr. Ebenezer Hinsdell, and | Mr. Joseph 
Seccombe, | chosen by the Commissioners to the Honourable | 
Society for Propagating Christian Knowledge at ] Edinburgh to 
carry the Gospel to the Aboriginal | Natives on the Borders of 
New England. I By Joseph Sewall, d.d.| Pastor to a Church of 
Christ in Boston, j To which are annexed] a brief Account of the 
Honourable Society and J present Mission, j with an Abstract of 
the ] Ordination Prayers, and the Charge given by the J Reverend 
Dr. Colman. ] And the Right Hand of Fellowship given by the 
Reverend ] Mr. Prince. ] ... ] Boston ; Printed and Sold by S. Kneeland 
y T. Green., \ in ^een-Street. Mdccxxxiii. ] 8vo, pp. (8), 46. 
BA., H., M. + Edinburgh. 1734. 8vo, pp. 56. 7941° 

Sewall. Desires that ] Joshua's Resolution ] may be ] Revived ] 
or, 1 Excitations ] to the ] Constant and Diligent Exercise ] of] 



SEWALL. 309 

Family-Religion : | Being the Substance of Sundry Sermons. [ By 
Joseph Sewall, m.a. | Pastor of a Church in Boston. | ... | Boston in 
N. E. Printed by B. Green \for Satnuel Gerrish at his Shop on the 
North\side of the Town-House. 1716. | Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), xii, 80. 

" The Epistle to the Reader " is signed " E. Pemberton," and dated from " Boston, 
April 23, 1716." 

Sewall. The Duty, Character and Reward of | Christ's faith- 
ful Servants. | A | Sermon | preached at the South Church in | Bos- 
ton : I On the Lord's-Day, after the Funeral | of the Reverend | 
Mr. Thomas Prince, | late Colleague-Pastor of said Church. Who 
departed this Life, October 22d, 1758. | ^tat. 72. | By Joseph 
Sewall, D.D. I Pastor of said Church. | ... | Boston: Printed by S. 
Kneeland^ \ in ^een Street. \ MDCCVill \_sic for 1758]. 8vo, pp. (4), 
22, (2). B. 79412 

Sewall. The] Duty of a People | to | Stand in Aw of God, | 
and not Sin, | when under His terrible Judgments. | A Sermon | 
Prcach'd at the South Meeting House | in Boston, the Evening 
after the | Earthquake, | Which was in the Night between | the 29th 
& 30th of I October, 1727. | By Joseph Sewall, m.a. | Pastor of a 
Church of Christ in Boston.] ...\ Boston: Printed for D. Hench- 
man over against \ the Brick Meeting-House in Corn-hill. 1727.] 
Sm. 8vo, pp. (4), 24. B., M. -f- The Second Edition. \Ibid.'\ 
1727. 8vo, pp. (4), 28. B. 79413 

Sewall. The] Duty of every Man | to be always | Ready to 
Die. I A Sermon occasion'd | by the very Sudden Deaths of | Mr. 
Thomas Lewis | aged 32. And of | Mr. Samuel Hirst, | aged 22. | 
On Saturday Jan. 14, 1726-7. | By Joseph Sewall, | Pastor of a 
Church of Christ in Boston. | ... | Boston in New- England : \ Printed 
by B. Green. 1727. | 8vo, pp. (4), 23, (i). B., H. 79414 

The additional leaf at the end contains a memorial paragraph concerning Mr. Samuel 
Hirst. 

[Sewall, and others.'] A | Faithful Narrative | of | the Proceed- 
ings of the I Ecclesiastical Council | convened at Salem in 1734. | 
Occasioned | by the scandalous Divisions in the first Church | in 
that Town, continuing after repeated Ad- 1 monitions given them 
in the way of Commu-| nion of Churches, expressing that con- 
cern | and charity they owe to each other, according | to the Laws 
of Christ, and the professed Prin- 1 ciples of Congregational 
Churches. | Boston : Printed for D. Henchman.^ at the Corner | Shop 
over against the Brick Meeting-House in Corn-hill. 1 735. | 8vo, pp. 
(2), vi, 94. B., H. 79415 

Corrected title of No. 24532, Vol. vi, 

VOL. XIX. -^O 



310 SEWALL. 

Sewall. The first and great Commandment, ] to love the 
Lord our God. | A | Sermon | preach'd at the Thursday-Lecture in 
Boston [January 28, 1741, 2. | By Joseph Sewall, d,d.| Pastor to 
a Church of Christ in Boston. | ... | Boston : \ Printed by T. Fleets/or 
D. Henchman^ 1742- 1 Sm. 8vo, pp. 31. B., C. 79416 

Sewall. God's People must Enquire of Him to [bestow the 
Blessings promised in his | Word. [ A [ Sermon [ preached February 
26. 1 741, 2. On a Day of Prayer [ observed by the South 
Church and Congregation in | Boston, to seek of God the more] 
Plentiful Effusion|of [ His Holy Spirit | upon them and his People. 
I By Joseph Sewall, d.d. j One of the Pastors of said Church. | 
... I Boston^ Printed by D. Fowle for D. Henchman | in Cornhill. 
1742. [ 8vo, pp. 30. B., M., w. 79417 

Sewall. He that would keep [God's Commandments | Must | 
Renounce the Society [of [ Evil Doers. | A Sermon preach'd at the 
Publick[ Lecture in Boston[July i8th. 1728. [after a [ Bloody and 
Mortal Duel. [ By Joseph Sewall, m.a. | Pastor of a Church of 
Christ in Boston. | With a Preface by the united Ministers of [the 
said Town, j ... [ Boston in Neiu- England : \ Printed by B. Green for 
D. Henchman. 1728. [ 8vo, pp. (2), vi, 28. B., M., w. 79418 

Sewall. The [ Holy Spirit | Convincing the World [ of Sin, of 
Righteousness, | and of Judgment, [ considered in | Four Sermons : j 
The two former delivered at the | Tuesday-Evening Lecture | in 
Brattle Street, January 20th & March 3 : [ The other at the | Old- 
South Church I in Boston, April 17 & 26, 1741. | By Joseph 
Sewall, D.D. [ ... I Boston : \ Printed by j. Draper., for D. Henchman \ 
in Cornhil. I74i.[ Sm. i2mo, pp. (2), vi, 133, (i). B. 79419 

Sewall. The Holy Spirit convincing the World of Sin, of 
Righteousness, and of Judgment. ... With an Introduction, by 
Rev. R. K. Sewall. Boston: Massachusetts Sabbath School Society. 
1846. i8mo, pp. 188. Portrait. c. 79420 

Sewall. The Holy Spirit [ the [ Gift of God [Our Heavenly 
Father, | To them that Ask Him. [ A Sermon [ on a Day of Prayer 
I with Fasting, kept by the j South Church in Boston, to Ask f of 
God the Effusion of His Spirit [ on the Rising Generation, No- 
vemb. I 13th. 1722. [ By Joseph Sewall, a.m. [Pastor of a Church 
of Christ in Boston, j ... [ Boston : Printed for D. Henchman., at\ the 
Corner Shop over against the Brick Meeting- j House in Cornhill., 
1728. 1 i2mo, pp. (4), 32. B., M. 79421 



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Sewall. Jehovah is the King and | Saviour of his People. | A | 
Sermon | preach'd at the Boston Lecture, | August 17. 1727. j 
Upon the awful Tidings | of the | Death | of His late Majesty | King 
George | June 1 1 . j By Joseph Sewall, a.m. | Pastor of a Church of 
Christ in Boston. | ... j Boston in New- England : | Printed by B. 
Green ... MDCCxxvii. | 8vo, pp. (4), 25. B., M., w. 79422 

Sewall. The Lamb slain, worthy to be praised, as the | most 
powerful, rich, wise, and strong. | A | Sermon | preach'd | at the | 
Thursday Lecture I in I Boston, I July 11. 1745. | By Joseph Sewall, 
D.D. I Pastor of a Church in said Town. | ... | Boston : Printed for 
D. Henchman in Cornhill. 1745. | 8vo, pp. 34. B., M. 79423 

Sewall. Nineveh's Repentance and Deliverance. | A | Ser- 
mon I Preach'd before | His Excellency | the | Governour | The 
Honourable | Council | And | Representatives | of the Province of 
the I Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, | on a Day of Fasting 
and Prayer | in the Council Chamber, Dec. 3. 1740. | By Joseph 
Sewall, D.D. I Pastor of a Church of Christ in Boston. | ... | Boston 
in New-England ; | Printed by y. Draper^ Printer to His Excellency 
the I Governour and Council^ for D. Henchman \in Cornhil. 1740. | 
8vo, pp. (6), 33. B., M. 79424 

Sewall. The | Orphan's Best Legacy ; | or, | God's parental 
care | of | bereaved children : | A discourse | occasion'd | by the death 
of the Honourable I Samuel Sewall, Esq, [who departed this Life, 
Jan. I, 1729-30. 1 iEtatis 78. | By his Son, Joseph Sewall, | Pastor 
of the South Church in Boston. | ... | Boston : Printed by B. Green ; 
Sold by S. Gerrish\and D. Henchman^ at their Shops. 1730. | 8vo, 
PP- (4), 33^ (0- B., M., w. 79425 

Sewall. Precious Treasure | in | Earthen Vessels. | A Sermon | 
Occasion'd by the | Death | of the | Reverend & Learned, | Mr. 
Ebenezer Pemberton, | Pastor of a Church of Christ] in Boston, 
and Fellow of Harvard | College ; who Expired Wednes- 1 day, 
Febr. 13th. 1716, i7.|7Etatis Suae 45. | By Joseph Sewall, a.m. | 
Boston : Printed by B. Green^ for | Samuel Gerrish^ and Daniel 
Henchman^\Sold at their Shops. 1717.I Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), vi, 36. 

With a preface by Increase Mather. 

Sewall. Repentance | the Sure Way to | escape Destruction. | 
Two Sermons I on Jrr. 18. 7. 8. | Preached December 21st. on a 
Publick I Fast occasioned by the Earthquake, | the Night after the 
Lord's-Day I Octob. 29th. And on the Lord's-] Day December 
24th. 1727. I By Joseph Sewall, m.a. j Pastor of a Church of 



312 SEWALL. 

Christ in Boston. | Publish'd with some Enlargement. [ ... | Boston ; 
Printed /or D. Henchman^ | at the Corner Shop over against the | Brick 
Meeting-House in Cornhill. 1727.I 8vo, pp. (4), 55. B., M., W. 

Sewall, Rulers must be Just, | Ruling] in the Fear of God. | 
A I Sermon | preached before the Honourable, | the Lieutenant 
Governour, I the Council & Repre-| sentatives of the Province | of 
the Massachusetts Bay, in | New-England, May 27, 1724. | Being 
the Day for the Election of His | Majesty's Council. | By Joseph 
Sewall, I Pastor of a Church of Christ in Boston. | ... | Boston^ in 
N. E.\Printed by B. Green ... 1 724. 8vo, pp. (4), 69, (l). M. 

Sewall. The Second Commandment like to the | First; — 
Thou shalt love thy Neighbour as | Thyself. | A | Sermon | preached 
at the Thursday Lecture in Boston, | May 6, 1742. | By Joseph 
Sewall, D.D. I Pastor to a Church of Christ in Boston. | ... | Boston: \ 
Printed by Tho. Fleet^ for D. Henchman in | Cornhill. 1 742. | 8vo, 
pp. 30. B., M., N. 79429 

Sewall. A | Sermon | preached at the | Thursday-Lecture in 
Boston, I September 16, 1762, | before the | Great and General 
Court I Of the Province of the | Massachusetts-Bay, in New- 
England. I On the I Joyful News of the Reduction of the| Havan- 
nah. I By Joseph Sewall, d.d. | Colleague Pastor of the South 
Church in said Town. | ... | Boston; New-England: \ Printed by 
'John Draper., Printer to His Excellency the \ Governor., and the Hon- 
ourable His Majesty'' s Council : | and^ | By Edes and Gill., Printers to 
the Honourable House\of Representatives. 1762. | 8vo, pp. 33. L. 

Sewall. Sober-Mindedness | explain'd as a necessary | Part of 
Early Piety. | By Mr. Joseph Sewall. | Boston-Lecture, April 13. 
1721.I [^Boston. iy2i.^ 8vo, pp. 26. 79431 

The fourth of nine sermons in " A Course of Sermons on Early Piety. By the 
Eight Ministers who carry on the Thursday Lecture in Boston." See VoL xi.. No. 
46274, for the general title. 

Sewall. A Tender Heart pleasing to God | and profitable to 
Men. I A Sermon | Preached at the South-Church in | Boston : | On 
the Lord's-Day after the Death of | the Honourable | Josiah 
Willard, Esq : | Secretary of the Province of the | Massachusetts- 
Bay. [Who departed this Life December 6, 1756. | JEt. 76. | By 
Joseph Sewall, d.d. | A Pastor of said Church. | Boston : Printed by 
S. Kneeland,\in ^ueen-street. 1756. | Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), 22. B. 

Sewall. The Thirsty invited to come, | and take the Waters 
of Life I freely. | A | Sermon | Preached on the Friday Evening- 



I 



SEWALL. ^i^ 

Lecture, at the South] Meeting-House in Boston, March 5, 1741, 
2. 1 By Joseph Sewall, d.d. | ... | Boston^ Printed and Sold by Rogers 
and Fowle \ at the Head of ^ueen-street^ near the Toivn- House. | 
1742. 1 8vo, pp. 24, 3. " B. 79433 

Sewall. When the Godly cease and Faithful fail ; | we must 
seek to God for Help. | A | Sermon | preach'd at Cambridge | upon 
the Death of the Reverend | Mr. Benjamin Wadsworth, | President 
of Harvard College, | who deceas'd March i6th, 1736, 'j.\IEfSii\s 
Suae 68. | By Joseph Sewall, d.d. | Pastor of a Church of Christ in 
Boston. I ... j Boston : | Printed by S. Kneeiand ^ T. Gre^n^ for D. 
Henchynan\in Cornhill. Mdccxxxvii. | 8vo, pp. (2), 32. B., c. 

Sewall (J.) A Memoir of Rev. Jotham Sewall, of Chester- 
ville, Maine. By his Son, Rev. Jotham Sewall. Boston: Tappan 
^ IVhittemore. 1853. i2mo, pp. 407, (i). Portrait. c. 79435 

Sewall (O.) History of Chesterville, Maine. By the late 
Oliver Sewall, Esq. Far?nington^ Me. Published by y. S. Swift. 
1875. 8vo, pp. 96. 79436 

Sewall (R. K.), b. 18 14. Ancient Dominions of Maine, 
embracing the earliest facts, the recent discoveries of the remains 
of aboriginal towns, the voyages, settlements, battle scenes, and 
incidents of Indian warfare, and other incidents of history, 
together with the religious developments of society within the 
ancient Sagadahoc, Sheepscot and Pemaquid precincts and depend- 
encies. By Rufus King Sewall .... Bath: Elisha Clark and Com- 
pany. Boston^ Mass. : Crosby and Nichols. Portland : Sanborn and 
Carter. 1859. 8vo, pp. 366. 9 Plates. B., H. 79437 

Sewall. History of Lincoln Lodge, at Wiscasset. By 
Rufus King Sewall ... . Portland: Bailey and Noyes. 1863. 8vo, 
pp. 54, Lidex (2). ba. 79438 

Sewall. Sketches of St. Augustine. With a View of its 
History and Advantages as a Resort for Invalids. By R. K. 
Sewall. New York: George P. Putnam. 1848. l2mo, pp. 69. s. 
+ Second Edition. Philadelphia: Martin E. Harmstead. 1849. 
l2mo, pp. 10, 7-100. B. 79439 

[Sewall (Samuel), b. 1652, d. 1730.] The | Athenian Ora- 
cle, I The Second Edition, Printed at London. 1704. | Vol. i. 

P. 545 548. |... I [Colophon:] Boston of the Massachusets ; 

.December 5. 1705. | Printed by Bartholomew Green., and are to be 



3H 



SEWALL. 



Sold by Samuel Phillips \ at the Brick Shop above the Town-House, | 
8vo, pp. 4. M. 79440* 

This is Judge Sewall's article or " Question " concerning slavery stated and answered 
which is referred to by him in the note under No. 79446, infra. The only known 
copy was presented by the Hon. Robert C. Winthrop to the library of the Massachu- 
setts Historical Society, where it now is. At the top of the first page is written : 
"Cap'. Sewall Sent y*^. following question ov''. to y*". Athenian Society." Information 
furnished by Mr. Julius H. Tuttle. 

[Sewall.] A Memorial | relating to the | Kennebeck Indians. | 
\^Boston. 1 721.] 4to, pp. 3. M. 79441 

Signed "Per Samuel Sewall," and dated " Boston 5 September, 8th. 1721." The 
tract ends with an "Extract of a Letter from the Reverend Solomon Stoddard." Re- 
printed in the Maine Historical Society's Collections, iii. 351—353. 

[Sewall.] Mrs. Judith Hull, | Of Boston, in N. E. Daughter 
of I Mr. Edmund Quincey ; late Wife of | John Hull Esq. 
deceased. I ... [Who] Rested from her Labours, June 22. 1695. | 
being the seventh day of the Week, a little | before Sun-set ; just 
about the time She | used to begin the Sabbath. | Anno i?Ltatis suae 
69. \_Boston. 1695.] 8vo, I page. B. 79442 

An epitaph in verse. Two editions were printed, one of ten, the other of twelve 
lines. The authorship is ascribed to Sewall in T. Prince's manuscript catalogue of his 
New England Library. 

Sewall. Phaenomena quaedam | Apocalyptica | Ad Aspectum 
Novi Orbis configurata. | Or, some few Lines towards a descrip- 
tion of the New I Heaven] As It makes to those who stand upon 
the I New Earth] By Samuel Sewall sometime Fellow of Harvard 
Colledge at ] Cambridge in New-England. ] ... ] Massachuset ;] 
Boston.^ Printed by Bartholomew Green^ and 'John Allen^ \ And are to 
be sold by Richard Wilkins^ 1697. | 4to, pp. (8), 60. A in six, b-p 
in twos. B., l. 79443 

The title, verso blank, is followed by a dedicatory epistle "To the Honorable, Sir 
William Ashvrst Knight," etc., in two pages; another dedication "To the Honorable, 
William Stoughton Esq. Lieut. Governour," etc. in three pages ; and a metrical version 
of Psalm 119, verses 7-10, on one page. The book itself is an essay on the prophe- 
cies in Revelation which were supposed by some commentators to relate to America. 
" The learned and pious author labors ' to expose the antick fancy of America's being 
Heir — the ' Sedem Inferorum' to which Christ descended, — or even the Apocalyptic 
Gog and Magog ; but he honestly confesses (p. 40) that * there is so much Confusion in 
the discourses upon this subject, that a man cannot tell ivhen he is in Hea-ven and luben he 
is in Hell^ and that ' so near an approach to, so compleat a resemblance of Hell, was not 
to be found in rerum natura'' as in America." — J. H. Trumbull. 

Mr. Sewall inclines to the opinion that the Indians are descendants of the Israelites. 
On page 47 he refers to the sentiments of Mr. Nicholas Fuller concerning the new 
world as follows : " This learned Man, agreeable to his great Ingenuity, endeavours to do 
Columbus the Justice, as to eternize his Honour, by engraving his Name upon the 
World of his Discovery. It is every where called America: but according to Truth, and 
Desert ; men should rather call it Columbina, from the magnanimous Heroe Christopher 



SEWALL. 315 

Columbus a Genuese, who was manifestly Appointed of God to be the Finder out of 
these Lands." An account of the "Three American Martyrs" put to death in Brazil 
by Nicholas Durandus Villagagnon in 1555, is given on pp. 11-16. 

Sewall, Phaenomena quaedam | Apocalyptica | Ad Aspectum 
Novi Orbis configurata. | Or, some few Lines towards a description 
of the New | Heaven | As It makes to those who stand upon the | 
New Earth | By Samuel Sewall a.m. and sometime Fellow of 
Harvard | College at Cambridge in New-England. | The Second 
Edition. I ... 1 Massachuset; | Boston^ Printed by Bartholomew Green: 
And sold by | Benja?nin Eliot^ Samuel Gerrish ^ Daniel Henchman. 
i'J2y.\ 4to, pp. (8), 1-64; The Fountain Opened, pp. 1-24. 
A-Aa in twos. B., L. 79444 

Tlie second part (pp. 1-15) has the following heading: "The | Fountain Opened:] 
Or, I The Admirable Blessings plentifully to | be Dispensed at the National | Conversion 
of the Jews. | By the late Reverend & Learned Samuel Willard, m.a. | Teacher of a 
Church in Boston, N. E. and Vice-President | of Harvard College. |The Third Edition." 
The appendix which follows (pp. 16-24) '^ signed at the end: " Midweek, Nov. i. 
1727. Three days after the Earthquake. Samuel Sewall." The first edition of Mr. 
Willard's treatise entitled "The Fountain Opened," was printed in 1700. The second 
edition, which appeared in 1722, was the first to contain Mr. Sewall's appendix, dated 
Sept. 21, 1722. 

To the Lenox copy are appended Solomon Stoddard's "Answer to Some Cases of 
Conscience," Boston, i?^^? anii the leaf of verses dated " Wednesday, January i, 1701," 
described under No. 79449, infra. Another copy containing the same additional pieces 
was sold at the Brinley sale (No. 860) in 1879. The copy in the Boston Public Library 
also contains the leaf of verses. 

Sewall. Proposals | Touching the Accomplishment | of | Proph- 
esies | Humbly Offered. I By Samuel Sewall, m.a. and sometime | 
Fellow of Harvard College at Cambridge | in New-England.] ... | 
Afassachvset ;\ Boston^ Printed by Bartholomew Green. 1 7 13.] 4to, 
pp. (2), 12. B., M. 79445 

This tract is usually accompanied by the leaf of verses dated " Wednesday, January i, 
1701," described under No. 79449, infra. 

[Sewall.] The Selling] of [Joseph | A Memorial. | ... | [Colo- 
phon :] Boston of the Massachusets ; \ Printed by Bartholomew Green 
and 'John Jllen^ J^ne.^ l\th. 1700. ] 4to, pp. 3. M. 79446 

Probably unique. In 1737 it was reprinted, with the addition in the heading of the 
words " By the Hon'ble Judge Sewall in New England," as a part of Benjamin Lay's 
tract, "All Slave-Keepers that keep the Innocent in Bondage, Apostates," pp. 199- 
207. See Vol. X., No. 39465. From this work it was reprinted in one of Dr. George 
H. Moore's articles in the "Historical Magazine" for June, 1864, vol. viii., pp. 194- 
197; and again in his "Notes on the History of Slaveiy in Massachusetts," pp. 83-87. 
It was also reprinted in the Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society for 
1863-64, pp. 161-165, from the original edition presented to the Society by the Hon. 
Rubert C. Winthrop. The above title has been furnished by Mr. Julius H. Tuttle. 

On the 13th of April, 1706, Mr. Sewall wrote to John Higginson, of Salem, "It is 
now near Six years agoe since I printed a Sheet in defence of Liberty. The next year 



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after, Mr. Saffin set forth a printed Answer. I forbore troubling the Province with any 
Reply; untill I saw a very Severe Act passing against Indians Sc Negros, & then I Re- 
printed that Question, as I found it stated & answered in the Athenian Oracle : which 
I knew nothing of before last Autumn was twelve moneths, when I accidentally cast 
my Eye upon it. Amidst the Frowns & hard Words I have met with for this Under- 
taking, it is no small refreshment to me that I have the Learned, Reverend & Aged Mr. 
Higginson for my Abetter. By the Interposition of this Brest-Work, I hope to carry 
on & manage this Enterprise with Safety & Success." See Dr. Moore's " Notes on the 
History of Slavery in Massachusetts," pp. 90-94. For Saffin's reply to " The Selling 
of Joseph," see Vol. xviii., No. 74871. See also No. 79440, supra. 

Sewall. Tuesday, November, 25. 1707. | The Reasons of 
my withdrawing my Vote from what was Pass'd in Council, | upon 
Saturday, November the First, relating to an Address offered to 
Her I Majesty, Sign'd Nath. Higginson, &c. j ... | Samuel Sewall. | 
Boston N. E. Printed December lO, 1707.I Folio, I page. N. 

This copy of the original broadside is bound in a volume of the " Boston News 
Letter," following No. 189, for Nov. 24 to Dec. i, 1707. The "Reasons" were 
reproduced in "The Deplorable State of New-England," London, 1708, reprinted in 
the " Sewall Papers," Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll., fifth series, vol. vi. Title furnished by 
Dr. George H. Moore. 

[Sewall.] Upon Mr. Samuel Willard, his first | coming into 
the Assembly, and Praying, | after a long and dangerous Fit of | 
Sickness; November 21. 1700. at | 3. in the Afternoon, being a 
Day of I Publick Thanksgiving. I {^Boston. 1700.?] 8vo, i leaf. 

A copy of the second edition of Samuel Willard's book entitled "The Fountain 
Opened," Boston, 1722, in the Prince collection, Boston Public Library, is preceded by 
two leaves which appear to have been printed separately. The above title, and three 
stanzas of four lines each, fill the verso of the first leaf, recto blank. The second leaf 
verso blank, relates to the book which follows, and begins with the words : " N. The 
106-127, & 166 Pages I of this Book, do more especially treat | of the calling of the 
Jews." The last paragraph consists of the invocation : " Come ! Our Jesus ! and save 
thy People from their sins." Below is the date, " Fifth Day; May 12th, 1720." The 
first leaf contains the following manuscript note by Mr. Prince : " S. Sewall Esq"" — and 
Prin'i at Boston. 1700." 

[Sewall.] Wednesday, January i. 1701. | A little before 
Break-a-Day, at Boston of the Massachusets. | \_Boston. 1701 ?] 
4to, I page. B., L. 79449 

a poem in six stanzas of four lines each, the first and last of which are as follows : 

Once more 1 Our God, vouchsafe to Shine. 
Tame Thou the Rigour of our Clime. 
Make haste with thy Impartial Light, 
And terminate this long dark Night. 



So Asia, and Africa, 

Europa, with America ; 

All Four, in Consort join'd, shall Sing 

New Songs of Praise to Christ our King. 



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This is usually found at the end of one of Sewall's other tracts. See Nos. 79444 and 
79445, supra, notes. 

The " Diary of Samuel Sewall, I 674-1729," was printed in 1878-1882 as volumes 
v., VI. and vii. of the "Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society," fifth series. 
The "Letter-Book of Samuel Sewall" was printed in 1886— 1888 as volumes i. and 11. 
of the same "Collections," sixth series. See also [Mather (I.)]) Vol. xi., No. 4673 1 j 
and Sibley's " Harvard Graduates," 11. 345-364. 

Sewall (S.), b. 1757, d. 18 14. A Communication from the 
Hon. Samuel Sewall, Esq. and the Hon. Nathan Dane, Esq., 
... accompanied with several Bills for the regulation of the State 
Prison, and an Alteration of the Criminal Laws of the Common- 
wealth. Boston: Printed by Toung ^ Minns. 1805. 8vo, pp. 64. 

Addressed to the General Court of Massachusetts. 

Sewall (S.), b. 1785, d. 1868. A Discourse at the Funeral 
of Madam Abigail Stearns, widow of Rev. Samuel Stearns ... 
December 7, 1858. By Samuel Sewall, m. a. ... Boston : Wright 
^ Potter.^ Printers. 1859. ^^^1 PP- 5^- Portrait. H. 79451 

Pages 19-56 contain a sermon by Rev. J. F. Stearns, with separate title-page. 

Sewall. The History of Woburn, Middlesex County, Mass. 
From the Grant of its Territory to Charlestown, in 1640, to the 
year i860. By Samuel Sewall, m.a. ... With a Memorial Sketch 
of the Author by Rev, Charles C. Sewall. Boston: Wiggin and 
Lunt. 1868. 8vo, pp. (4), iv, iii-657. Portrait. c. 79452 

The ordinary copies contain : Portrait, 2 preliminary leaves, memoir pp. i— iv, preface 
pp. iii-vi, and text pp. 7-657. Some copies were afterwards issued with : Portrait, 2 
preliminary leaves, memoir pp. i-iv, preface pp. iii-vi, table of contents pp. vii— x, text 
pp. 7-657, and index pp. 659-677. 

Sewall. A Sermon, delivered Dec. 30, 1834, at the Funeral 
of the Rev. Samuel Stearns, a.m. ... By Samuel Sewall, a.m. ... 
Boston: William Peirce. 1835. 8vo, pp. 28. 79453 

[Sewall (Samuel E.) and Andrew (J. A.)] Argument on 
behalf of Thaddeus Hyatt, brought before the Senate of the 
United States on a charge of contempt for refusing to appear as a 
witness before the Harper's ferry committee. [n. p. 185—?] 
8vo, pp. 20. H. 79454 

[Sewall.] Remarks on Slavery in the United States. ... Bos- 
ton: Bowles and Dearborn. 1827. 8vo, pp. 28. H. 79455 

Signed : " Z." 

[Sewall (Stephen)], b. 1734, d. 1804. Carmina Sacra, | quae) 
Latine Grneceque | condidit | America. | Wigornia., Mnssachusettensis., 
I Typis\Isaiae Thomas. \mt>cclx^xix.\ 410, pp. 8. ba. 79456 



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[Sewall.] The | Character | of the Late Honorable | Judge 
Dudley, | As it was inserted in the Boston-News-Letter, | February 
7th, 1751.I [Boston. 1751 ?] 8vo, pp. 4. BA. 79457 

[Sewall.] An | Hebrew Grammar, | collected chiefly from 
those of I Mr. Israel Lyons | Teacher of Hebrew in the University 
of I Cambridge ; and the | Rev. Richard Grey, d.d. | Rector ot 
Hinton, in Northamptonshire. | To which is subjoined | A Praxis, 
taken from the sacred | Classics, | and containing a | Specimen of the 
whole Hebrew | Language : | with a Sketch of the Hebrew poetry, | 
as retrieved by Bishop Ha.re.\ ...\ Boston, New England :\ Printed 
by R, and S. Draper, for the Honorable and Reverend\the President 
and Fellows of Harvard-College. | m.dcc.lxiii. | 8vo, pp. (2), v, 
(i), 83. BA. -f Third Cambridge Edition. Cambridge: Hilliard 
and Metcalf. l8l2. 8vo, pp. 47. B. 79458 

[Sewall.] Nocte Cogitata, | Auctore, Anglice Scripta, | 
Young, D.D. I quae | Lingua Latii donavit | America. | ... | Carolop- 
pidi : I Typis Allen iff Cushing, Massachusettensimn. \ m,dcc,lxxxvi. | 
i2mo, pp. 21. M. 79459 

Sewall. Oratio Funebris, |in Obitum|viri Reverendi pariter 
atque honorandijD. Edvardi Holyoke, | Collegii-Harvardini Nov- 
anglorum, | Praesidis : | Quam, | In Aede Cantabrigiensi, inter eft'e- 
rendum, | 8° Idus Junias m,dcc,lxix. | Habuit | Stephanus Sewall. | 
ll.oo. Professor Hancockianus. | ... | [Boston. 1769.] 8vo, pp. 
(2), 8. B. 79460 

Sewall. An [Oration | delivered May viii, m.dcc.lxxix, | at 
the I Funeral | of the | Hon. John Winthrop, Esq ; lld. f.r.s. | 
Hollisian Professor | Of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy | at j 
Cambridge, | in the | State of Massachusetts-Bay. | By Stephen 
Sewall, A.M. I Hancock Professor of the Hebrew and other 
Oriental Languages. | ... | Boston, Printed by Thomas iff "John Fleet, 
1779. 4to, pp. 8. BA., c, M. 79461 

Sewall. The | Scripture Account | of the | Shechinah. | By 
Stephen Sewall, a.m. a.a.s. | ... | Printed at the Apollo Press, in Bos- 
ton.\For William P. Blake, at the Boston \ Bookstore . 1794-1 8vo, 
pp. 27. B., BA. 79462 

Sewall. The | Scripture History | relating to | the Overthrow 
of I Sodom and Gomorrah, | and to the Origin of the Salt Sea | or | 
Lake of Sodom. | By Stephen Sewall, a.m. & a.a.s. | [Boston ;] 
Printed for fVillia?n P. iff Lemuel j Blake, at the Boston Bookstore. | 
1796. 1 8vo, pp. 30. BA. 79463 



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[Sewall ?] Thoughts upon ... Passages of Scripture ... 
relative to Jacob and Esau. By Philotheorus [^pseudon.^. IForces- 
ter. 1 79 1. 8vo, pp. 60. 79464 

Sewall (T.) b. 1786, d. 1845. An Address delivered before 
the Washington City Temperance Society, November 15, 1830. 
By Thomas Sewall, m.d. ... Washington : IVm. Greer ^ Printer. 
1830. 8vo, pp. 24. H. 79465 

Sewall. A Charge delivered to the Graduating Class of the 
Columbian College, D. C. at the Medical Commencement, March 
22, 1827. By Thomas Sewall, m.d. ... Washington: Printed by 
Duff Green. 1828. 8vo, pp. 12. H. 79466 

Sewall. An Eulogy on Dr. Godman. ... November i, 
1830. By Thomas Sewall, m.d. ... Washington: Wm. Greer., 
Printer. 1830. 8vo, pp. 24. I'^^^l 

Sewall. An Examination of Phrenology j in two Lectures, 
delivered to the Students of the Columbian College ... By 
Thomas Sewall ... Washington. 1837. 8vo. A. -j- London. 
1838. i2mo. + Second Edition. Boston. 1839. 8vo. 79468 

Sewall. A Lecture delivered at the Opening of the Medical 
Department of the Columbian College in the District of Columbia ; 
March 30, 1825. By Thomas Sewall, m.d. ... Washington City: 
Printed at the Columbian Office. 1825. 8vo, pp. 80. H. -\- Second 
Edition. Washington City. 1826. 8vo, pp. 44. H., M. 79469 

Sewall. Memoir of Dr. Godman : being an Introductory 
Lecture, delivered November i, 1830. By Thomas Sewall, m.d. 
... New-Tork^ B. Waugh and T. Mason. 1832. l2mo, pp. 24. 
-\- New-Tor k : J. Collord., Printer. 1840. i2mo, pp. 24. 79470 

Sewall. Memoir of Dr. John D. Godman, Professor of 
Anatomy, Author of "Anatomical Illustrations," &c. Who Died 
at Philadelphia, April 17, 1830. From an Introductory Lecture 
By Thomas Sewall, m.d. ... \_New Tork :^ American Tract Society. 
[n. d.] 8vo, pp. 20. 79471 

Also : The Pathology of Drunkenness ... Albany. 1841. 4to. b. 

[Sewall (W.) ?] Several Methods of making Salt-Petre. See 
Nos. 79372, 79373, supra. 

Sewall (W. B.) The Farmer's Almanac for ... 1822. ... 
Calculated for the Meridian of Portland and particularly intended 



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for the State of Maine. By William B. Sewall, Esq. ... Port- 
land. [1821.] 8vo. H. 79472 

Seward (Adam). See Tallmadge, Ohio. 

Seward (A.), b. 1747, d. 1809. Beauties of Anna Seward, 
carefully selected ... by N. C. Oulton. London. 1822. i2mo, 
pp. 263, Portrait. 79473 

The preface contains a copy of Miss Seward's will, relating to Major Andre. 

Seward. Elegy on Captain Cook. To which is added, an 
Ode to the Sun. By Miss Seward. London: Dodsley. 1780. 4to. 

See " Monthly Review," lxii. 458. 

Seward. Elegy | on | Captain Cook. | To which is added, | An 
Ode to the Sun. | By Miss Seward. | The Fourth Edition, with 
Additions. | Lichfield : | Printed and Sold by y. yackson., and y. Dods- 
ley^ I in Pall-Mall., London. \ mdcclxxxiv. | (Price, is. 6d.)| 4to, 
half-title, and pp. 25. H. 79475 

Seward. Louisa; a Poetical Novel. By Miss Seward. Fifth 
Edition. New Haven : J. Morse, ij^g. i2mo, pp. 83. 79476 

First edition ; London, 1782. 

Seward. Monody | on | Major Andre. | By Miss Seward. | 
(Author of the Elegy on Capt. Cook.) | To which are added | 
Letters addressed to her | by Major Andre, | in the year 1769. j 
Lichfield : | Printed and Sold by y. yacksori^ for the Author ; | Sold also 
by Robinson^ Pater-Noster-Pow ; Cadell | and Evans^ in the Strand^ 
London ; Prince^ Oxford; | Merrill., Cambridge ; and Pratt and Clinch., 
Bath. I M.DCC.Lxxxi. I (Price Two-Shillings-and-Six-Pence.) | 4to, 
pp. iv, 47, errata (i). l. 79477 

The dedication "To His Excellency, Sir Henry Clinton, Knight of the Bath," is 
signed, "Anna Seward." The monody fills pp. 1-28 ; the letters pp. 29-47. 

Seward. Monody | on | Major Andre. | By Miss Seward. | 
(Author of the Elegy on Capt. Cook.) | To which are added j 
Letters addressed to her | by Major Andre, | in the year 1769.] 
The Second Edition. | Lichfield: | Printed and Sold by y. yacksonffor 
the Author ; | Sold also by Robinson, Pater-Noster-Rozv ; Cadell | and 
Evans., in the Strand., London ,• Prince., Oxford ; | Merrill., Cambridge ; 
and Pratt and Clinch., Bath. \ M.DCC.LXXXI. | (Price Two-Shillings- 
and-Six-Pence.)| 410, pp. vi, 47. b., c. 79478 

This edition contains verses "To Miss Seward," signed W. Hayley, pp. v-vi. Title 
furnished by Mr. James C. Pilling. Some copies contain the author's autograph at the 
end. 



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Seward. Monody | on | Major Andre. | By Miss Seward. | 
(Author of the Elegy on Capt. Cook.) | To which are added,] 
Letters addressed to her | by Major Andre | in the year 1 769. | New- 
Tork^\ Printed by James Rtvitigton. \ m.dcc.lxxxi. | Sm. 8vo, pp. 
iv, 35. 79479 

Seward. Monody | on | Major Andre, | (Who was executed at 
Tappan, I November — 1780.)] By | Miss Seward. | To which are 
added, | Major Andre's | Letters, | Addressed to Miss Seward, when 
at his 1 8th Year. | Philadelphia : \ Printed and Sold by Enoch Story ^ in 
Third I Street^ Third Door from Chestnut-street. \ [1782.] Sm. 8vo, 
pp. 56. 794B0 

Title from Hildeburn. 

Seward. Monody on Major Andre, (Who was executed at 
Tappan, November — 1780). By Miss Seward. To which are 
added Major Andre's Letters, Addressed to Miss Seward, when in 
his 18 Year. Second American Edition. Philadelphia^ Printed 
and Sold by Enoch Story., in Third Street. [178-?] i2mo, pp. 47. 

Seward. Monody | on | Major Andre, | (Who was executed at 
Tappan, | November — 1780.) | By Miss Seward. | To which are 
added, | Major Andre's | Letters. | Addressed to Miss Seward, when 
at his 1 8th Year. | New-Tor k: \ Printed., by Harrison and Purdy., For., 
and Sold by Thomas Allen., Book-\ Seller and Stationer^ No. 16, ^ueen- 
I Street., Corner of Fly- Market., \ M. DCC. Lxxxvili. | l2mo, pp. 48. 

Title furnished by Mr. James C. Pilling. 

Seward. Monody | on the | Unfortunate | Major Andre, | who 
was executed at Tappan, November — 1780. | By Miss Seward. | 
To which are added | Major Andre's | Letters | addressed to Miss 
Seward, when at his i8th Year, | The Second New-York Edition. 
I New York :\ Printed for T.Allen. 1792. l2mo, pp. 48. BA., H. 

Seward. Monody | on | Major Andre. | By Miss Seward. | 
Fourth American Edition. | Boston : \ Printed for and sold by W. 
Spotswood., and \ C. P. Wayne. \ 1798. | l2mo, pp. 22. H., P. 

Also issued as an appendix to the following works : 
Amelia 5 1 or, the | faithless Briton, jan] original American Novel,] founded upon recent 
facts. |To which is added, | Amelia, or Malevolence Defeated : | and,|Miss Seward's [Mon- 
ody on Major KnAx^.\Bo%ton :\Printtd for and sold hy JV. Spotsivood, and\C. P. Wayne. | 
1798.1 l2mo, pp. (2), 61, 22. H. 

Another edition, with the same title, imprint and date, which is in the Philadelphia 
Library, contains pp. (2), 36, 18. 

Galatea. A Pastoral Romance ... By M. De Florian. To which is added Amelia, 
or the Faithless Briton ... also, Miss Seward's Monody on Major Andre. Boston: W. 
Spotsivood. 1798. 3 parts in one volume, i2mo. Frontispiece. 



322 SEWARD. 

Seward. Monody on Major Andre, by Miss Seward. To 
which are added, Letters addressed to her by Major Andre, in the 
year 1769. Edited by E. C. G. Pen%ance^ Printed by T. Vigurs. 
1806. 8vo, pp. (4), 58. 79485 

Seward. Miss Seward's Monody on Major Andre, and 
Elegy on Captain Cook. Also Mr. Pratt's Sympathy. A Poem. 
Tenth Edition. London : Printed for Longman^ Hurst^ Rees^ 
Orme, and Browne. 18 17. i6mo, pp. (2), 178. Plate. 79486 

Seward. Monody on Major Andre ; and Elegy on Captain 
Cook. ... By Miss Seward. A New Edition. With Engravings. 
London: Otridge and Rackham. 1821. i6mo, pp. 178. Frontis- 
piece. 79487 

Also printed in Joshua Hett Smith's " Authentic Narrative." 

Seward. Poems by Miss Seward ; to which are added Letters 
addressed to her by Major Andre, in the year 1769. The Fifth 
Edition. Dublin : Printed by P. Bryne. mdcclxxxi. i2mo. 

Seward. The Poetical Works of Anna Seward ; with Extracts 
from her Literary Correspondence. Edited by Walter Scott, Esq. 
... Edinburgh: Ballantyne and Co. 18 lO. 3 vols., sm. 8vo, pp. vi, 
(i), iii-ccvi, 187 ; viii, 380; ix, 402. A., B. 79489 

Seward (D. M.) The Danger of Misinterpreting and Dis- 
regarding the Lessons of Calamity. A Discourse, suggested by 
the Burning of the Steamer Henry Clay, delivered in Yonkers, 
August 8th, 1852, by D. M. Seward .... New York: C. W. 
Benedict. 1 852. 8vo, pp. 20. 7949*^ 

S[eward] (E. S.) Columbiad Poems. By E. S. S. Balti- 
more. 1840. i8mo, pp. 127. 79491 

Seward. Poems. By Edward S. Seward. Baltimore: "James 
Lucas. 1847. i8mo, pp. 42. 79492 

[Seward (G. F.)] The United States Consulates in China. 
A Letter with Liclosures of the Consul-General in China to the 
Secretary of State, [n. p.] 1867. 8vo, pp. 74. b. 79493 

Seward (J.) Scripture exalted, and Priestcraft eradicated: or 
The Bible without note or comment, the only proper medium of 
Christian Instruction. By James Seward. Boston. 1839. 8vo. 

Seward (W.) Journal | of a | Voyage | from | Savannah to 
Philadelphia, | and from [ Philadelphia to England, | m,dcc.xl. | By 



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William Seward, Gent. | Companion in travel with the Reverend | 
Mr. George Whitefield. | ... | London: \ Printed. And Sold at the 
following Booksellers and Pamphlet-\ Shops. At y. OswahPs^ at the 
Rose and Crown., near the Mansio7i-\ House; Jafnes Buckland., at the 
Buck in Pater-Noster-Row ; | T. Gardner and A. Dodd., without 
Temple-Bar ; E. Cooke | and A. Bartlett at the Royal Exchange. 
Also by y. TVil-\so7i in Bristol; Gabriel Harris., yunior., in Gloucester \ 
I y. Trail 171 Edinburgh ; and by other booksellers., both in | towti and 
country. As also by the Booksellers in New-England^ \ New-Tor k., Phil- 
adelphia., and Charles-Town. 1740. | (^Price Stitched One ShilU7ig.^\ 
8vo, pp. (8), 87, (i). B., H., p. 79495 

Seward (W,), b. 1712, </. 1782. Brotherly Love and Faith- 
fulness recommended, and urged : Together with. An Attempt to 
display some of the Glories of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, 
in Two Sermons, Preached at North-Killingworth, on Lords- 
Day, Feb. 4, 1770. ... Wherein Joseph is considered as a kind, 
loving, affectionate and faithful Brother, and a Type of Christ ... . 
New Haven. [1771.] 8vo, pp. 63. 7949^ 

Seward. Due consideration of, and preparation for our latter 
end, or death, recommended and urged : in Two Sermons, 
Preached at North-Killingworth, June 2, 1 77 1. It being the 
next Lord's-Day after the Death of Michael Griswold, jun'r. 
Who was suddenly kill'd, by a stick of Timber which fell on him, 
as he was helping to raise the Frame of a House, on May 28, 
177 1. In the xviiith Year of his Age. ... New-Haven. 1772. 
8vo, pp. 47. 79497 

See Dexter's " Biographical Sketches of the Graduates of Yale College," pp. 512-513 

Seward (W. H.), b. 1801, d. 1872. Address before the Phi 
Beta Kappa at Yale College, July 26, 1854. By William H. 
Seward. New Haven : Printed by B. L. Hamlen. 1854. 8vo, pp. 
27. B. 79498 

Seward. Address, delivered by William H. Seward, at the 
commencement of the Auburn and Oswego Canal, October 14, 
1835, with the proceedings of the Celebration. Auburn: H. 
Ivison & Co. 1835. 8vo, pp. 28. ba. 79499 

Seward. ... The Admission of Kansas. Speech of William 
H. Seward, of New York, delivered in the Senate of the United 
States, Feb. 29, i860. [New York, i860.] 8vo, pp. 14, (2). 

With heading "Tribune Tracts. — No. 3." For other editions iee Nos. 79521, 79577, 
795 S4, i^fra. 



324 SEWARD. 

Seward. Alaska. Speech of William H. Seward, at Sitka, 
August 12, 1869. Washington: Philp & Solomons. 1869. 8vo, pp. 
31. H. 79501 

Seward. American Steam Navigation. Speech of William 
H. Seward for the Collins Steamers, in Senate ... April 27, 1852. 
[^Washington. 1852.] 8vo, pp. 8. B. 79502 

Seward. Argument of William H. Seward, in defence of 
William Freeman, on his Trial for Murder, at Auburn, July 21st 
and 22nd, 1846. Reported by S. Blatchford. Auburn., N. Y. J. 
a Derby i^ Co. 1846. 8vo. + Third Edition. [Ibid.^ 1846. 
8vo, pp. 81. + Fourth Edition. [Ibid.'] 1846. 8vo, pp. 63. 

Seward. Argument of William H. Seward on the Law of 
Congress concerning the Recapture of Fugitive Slaves. Albany : 
Printed by Weed and Par S071S. 1847. 8vo, pp. 40. B. 79504 

Seward. Argument of William H. Seward in the Albany 
Bridge Case, before the United States Circuit Court, ... New 
York, ... 1858. Albany. 1859. ^^o* 79505 

Seward. The Army of the United States not to be employed 
as a Police to enforce the Laws of the Conquerors of Kansas. 
Speech of William H. Seward on the Army Bill. \\\ the Senate 
of the United States, August 7, 1856. Washington.^ D. C. Bueh 
l^ B Ian chard., Printers. 1856. 8vo, pp. 15. H. 79506 

Seward. Autobiography of William H. Seward from 1801 
to 1834. With a Memoir of his Life and Selections from his 
Letters from 1831 to 1846. By Frederick W. Seward. New 
York: D. Appleton and Compa?iy. iSjj. 8vo, pp. 822. 9 Portraits. 

Seward. California, Union, and Freedom. Speech of William 
H. Seward, on the Admission of California. Delivered in the 
Senate ... March 11,1850. [Washington:] Printed ... by Buell 
l^ Blanch ard. [1850.] 8vo, pp. 14. 795o8 

For other editions see Nos. 79561 and 79562, infra. 

[Seward.] Commercial Relations. See Vol. iv.. No. 14984. 

Seward. Communication of Hon. William H. Seward upon 
the subject of an Intercontinental Telegraph ... by way of 
Behring's Strait, in reply to Hon. Z. Chandler ... . Washington. 
1864. 8vo, pp. 25. B. 79509 



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Seward. The Continental Rights and Relations of our 
Country: Speech of William H. Seward, in Senate ... Jan. 26, 
1853. \_Washington : Buell ^ Blanchard. 1853.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

[Seward.] Correspondence between the Governor of New- 
York and the Governor of Georgia. [^Albany. 1841.] 8vo, pp. 
51-84. B. 795 1 1 

Seward. The Dangers of extending Slavery, and The Con- 
test and the Crisis. Two Speeches of William H. Seward. 
Dangers of extending Slavery. Delivered in Albany, October 
12, 1855. [n. p. 1855.] 8vo, pp. 16. 79512 

The second speech, on " The Contest and the Crisis," was delivered in Buffalo, Octo- 
ber 19, 1855. See also No. 79583, infra. 

Seward. The Destiny of America. Speech of William H. 
Seward, at the Dedication of Capital University, at Columbus, 
Ohio, September 14, 1853. Albany : Weed^ Parsons y Cotnpany^ 
Printers. 1853. ^^^5 PP* ^^- ^* 795^3 

For another edition see No. 79569, infra. 

Seward. Destiny of the United States. Speech delivered by 
William H. Seward at St. Paul, September 18, i860. [^Albany. 
i860.] 8vo, pp. 9-16. H. 79514 

See also No. 79534, infra, 

Seward. The Diplomatic History of the War for the Union. 
See No. 79595, infra., note. 

Seward. Discourse on Education delivered at. Westfield, 
July 26, 1837. By William H. Seward. Albany: Printed by 
Hoffman l^ White. 1837. 8vo, pp. 26. B. 79515 

Seward. Duty on Railroad Iron. Speech of William H. 
Seward. Senate of the United States, February 28, 1853. ^'^•^^~ 
ington^D.C. Buell^ Blanch ard. 1853. 8vo, pp. 16. B. 79516 

Seward. The Elements of Empire in America. By William 
H. Seward. New York: C. Shepard. 1844. 8vo, pp. 39. 

Delivered before the students of Union College. 

Seward. Exiled Irish Patriots. Speech of William H. Sew- 
ard, in the Senate, February 11, 1852. \_Washington : Buell ^ 
Blanchard.^ Printers. 1852.] 8vo, pp. 8. B. 79518 

Seward. Expose de la Situation Politique et Militaire aux 
Etats-Unis Circulaire adressee par M. W.-H. Seward Ministre 

VOL. XIX. 21 



326 SEWARD. 

des Affaires Etrangeres aux Consuls des Etats-Unis en Europe 
Protestation des habitants de la Caroline du Nord contre la con- 
tinuation de la guerre Avec une carte coloriee indiquant les 
progres des Federales depuis le commencement de la guerre Paris 
E. Dentu 1863 8vo, pp. 32. Map. 795^9 

Seward. Freedom and Public Faith. Speech of William H. 
Seward, on the Abrogation of the Missouri Compromise, in the 
Kansas and Nebraska Bills. Senate of the United States, P'ebru- 
ary 17, 1854. Washington^ D. C. Buell iff Blanch ard^ Printers. 
1854. 8vo, pp. 16. B. 79520 

Seward. Freedom and the Union. Speech of William H. 
Seward, in the Senate of the United States, in Vindication of 
Freedom and the Union, Wednesday, February 29, i860. Albany: 
Weed., Parsons l^ Co. i860. 8vo, pp. 12. 79521 

For other editions see No. 79500, supra, and Nos. 79577, 79584, infra. 

Seward. Freedom in Kansas. Speech of William H. Sew- 
ard, in the Senate of the United States, March 3, 1858. Wash- 
ington. Buell ^ Blanchard., Printers. 1858. 8vo, pp. 15. 79522 

For other editions see Nos. 79524, 79575, infra. 

Seward. Freedom in Kansas. Closing Speech of William 
H. Seward in the Senate, April 30, 1858. Washington : Buell and 
Blanchard. 1858. 8 vo, pp. 14. H. 79523 

Seward. Great Speech of Hon. William H. Seward, against 
the Lecompton Constitution, in Senate, March 3d, 1858. [n. p. 
Printed for F. H. 1858.] 8vo, pp. 48. 79524 

To Mr. Seward's speech are appended : Speech of Hon. F. P. Blair, Jr., Jan. 14, 
1858, pp. 22-30; Speech of Hon. Owen Lovejoy, Feb. 17, 1858, pp. 31-38, etc. For 
other editions see No. 79522, supra, and No. 79575, infra. 

Seward. The Immediate Admission of Kansas as a State. 
Speech of Hon. William H. Seward ... in the Senate ... April 
9, 1856. \_New York. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 15. H. 79525 

For another edition see No. 79572, infra. 

Seward. Immigrant White Free Labor, or Imported Black . 
African Slave Labor. Speech of William H. Seward, at Oswego, 
New York, November 3, 1856. \_Washington., D. C. Buell ^ 
Blanchard^ Printers. 1857.] ^^"5 PP- ?■> (0- 7952^ 

Seward. Incidental Remarks of William H. Seward, rela- 
tive to Grants of Lands to Hungarian Exiles, etc., ... in the 



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Senate ... January 30, 1850. Washington: Printed by Jno. T. 
Towers. 1850. Svo, pp. 16. H. 79527 

Seward. The Irrepressible Conflict. A Speech by William 
H. Seward, delivered at Rochester, Monday, Oct. 25, 1858. 
[^New York. 1858.] 8vo, pp. 7. H. + \_New York: Tribune 
Press, i860.] 8vo, pp. 15, (l). 795^8 

For another edition see No. 79576, infra. 

Seward. Issues of the Conflict — Terms of Peace. Speech 
of William H. Seward, on the Occasion of the Fall of Atlanta, 
at Auburn, ... Sept. 3, 1864. \^Printed ... by McGill ^ IVithe- 
row.^ Washington.^ D,C. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 8. 795^9 

Seward. ... Issues of the Conflict. Terms of Peace. Re- 
marks of Hon. Wm. H. Seward, on the occasion of the Fall of 
Atlanta, at Auburn, Saturday, Sept. 3, 1864. [n. p. 1864.] 8vo, 
pp. 8. 79530 

With heading: "Union Campaign Documents, No. I." 

Seward. Issues of the Conflict — Terms of Peace. Speech 
of William H. Seward on the occasion of the Fall of Atlanta, at 
Auburn, Saturday, Sept. 3, 1864. [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 6. b. 

Seward. John M. Clayton and the Nicaragua Canal Treaty. 
Speech of William H. Seward, in Senate ... January 10, 1853. 
\Washington : Buell bf Blanchard. 1853.] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 

Seward. Life and Public Services of John Quincy Adams, 
Sixth President of the United States. With the Eulogy delivered 
before the Legislature of New York. By William H. Seward. 
... Auburn: Derby., Miller and Company. 1849. i2mo, pp. 404. 
Portrait, a., b. -\- Auburn. 1850. i2mo. bm. -\- Auburn. 
1 85 1. i2mo. + New Edition. New York: Miller., Orton &' 
Mulligan. 1855. i2mo, pp. 404. 79533 

Seward. The National Divergence and Return. Speech of 
William H. Seward, at Detroit, September 4, i860. [Followed 
by:] Destiny of the United States. Speech Delivered by Will- 
iam H. Seward at St. Paul. September 18, i860. [Followed 
by :] The West : its Destiny and its Duty. Speech delivered by 
William H. Seward, at Dubuque, September 21, i860. [Fol- 
lowed by:] Speech ... at Chicago, October 3, i860. [Albany. 
i860.] 8vo, pp. 1-7, 9-16, 1-55. B., H. 79534 

See also No. 79543, '"frit' 



328 SEWARD. 

Seward, The North American Fisheries. Speech of Will- 
iam H. Seward in the Senate ... Aug. 14, 1852. Washington : 
Buell & Blanchard. 1852. 8vo, pp. 15. B. 79535 

Seward. Oration, ... at the Anti Masonic Celebration, at 
Syracuse, July Fourth, 1831. By the Hon. William H. Seward. 
Syracuse. Printed by Campbell ^ Newton. 1 83 1. 8vo, pp. 16. M. 

Seward. An Oration on the Death of Daniel O'Connell ... 
at Castle Garden, New- York, September 22, 1847. -^7 William 
H. Seward. Auburn., N. T.: J. C. Derby iff Co. 1847. ^vo, pp. 
47- B. 79537 

Seward. Oration on the death of John Quincy Adams, 
delivered before the Legislature of the State of New-York, at 
Albany, on the 6th day of April, 1848, by William H. Seward. 
Published by order of the Legislature. Albany: Charles Van Ben- 
thuysen^ Public Printer. 1848. 8vo, pp. 36, and covers. B. 

Seward. Oration, by William H. Seward, at Plymouth. 
December 21, 1855, \_Washington. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 15. B. 
-j- Albany: Weed^ Parsons and Company. 1856. 8vo, pp. 32. B. 

Seward. Our North Pacific States. Speeches of William 
H. Seward in Alaska, Vancouver's, and Oregon. August, 1869. 
Washington., D. C. : Philp y Solomons. 1869. 8vo, pp. 32. H. 

Seward. The Pacific Railroad. Speech of William H. 
Seward. Delivered in the Senate of the United States, Decem- 
ber 21, 1858. \_San Francisco? 1858?] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 79541 

Seward. The Parties of the Day. Speech of William H. 
Seward, at Auburn, October 21, 1856. Washington^ D. C. Buell 
y Blanchard., Printers. 1857. ^^^5 PP* ^' 7954^ 

For another edition see No. 79544, infra. 

Seward. Political Issues of the Day. Speech of William 
H. Seward, delivered at Detroit, September 4, i860. \^Neiv York. 
i860.] 8vo, pp. 14. B., c. 79543 

See also No. 79534, supra. 

Seward. The Political Parties of the Day. Speech of Hon. 
William H. Seward. Delivered at Auburn, October 21st, 1856. 
[n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 8. 79544 

For another edition see No. 79542, supra. 

Seward. Railroad Iron. Remarks of William H. Seward, 



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in the Senate of the United States, February 22, 1855. \_lVa5h- 
ington. 1855.] 8vo, 79545 

Seward. The Reaper : Argument of William H. Seward in 
the Circuit Court of the United States, October 24, 1854. Au- 
burn: William L. Finn. 1854. 8vo, pp. 29. B. 79546 

In the M'Cormick Reaper patent case. 

Seward. Recent Speeches and Writings of William H. Sew- 
ard 1854-1861. Edited by George E. Baker. ... Redfield : iii 
and 112 Nassau Street^ Neiv York. 1 86 1. 8vo, pp. 696. Frontis- 
piece facsimile. l. 79547 

Also issued with a different title as volume iv. of the "Works," No. 79595, infra. 

Seward. Reconciliation. Speech of William H. Seward, at 
Auburn, May 22, 1866, on the Question of Reconciliation. 
JVashington. 1866. 8vo, pp. 20. 79548 

Seward. Relations with Mexico, and the Continental Rail- 
road. Speech of William H. Seward. Senate ... February 8, 
1853. {Washington : Buell ^ Blanch ard. 1853.] 8vo, pp. 15. 

Seward. The Relative Powers of the Senate and House of 
Representatives. Speech of William H. Seward. In the Senate 
of the United States, February 7, 1856. {Washington : Buell & 
Blanchard. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 6. B. 79550 

Seward. Remarks of William H. Seward, in the Senate, 
June, 1856, concerning Kansas and the Constitutional Freedom 
of Debate. {Washington: Buell ^ Blanchard^ Printers. 1856.] 
8vo, pp. 8. H. 79551 

Seward. Remarks of William H. Seward, in memory of 
Thomas J. Rusk ... late Senator from Texas. In the Senate ... 
January 19, 1858. Washington: Buell l^ Blanchard., Printers. 
1858. 8vo, pp. 8. BA. 79552 

Seward. Restoration of Union. Speech of William H. 
Seward, to the Citizens of New York, at Cooper Institute, Feb- 
ruary 22, 1866, on the Restoration of Union. Washington. 1866. 
8vo, pp. 15. B. 79553 

Seward. The Right of Petition. Remarks of Messrs. 
Seward, Hale, and Chase. With a Sketch of the Debate in the 
Senate on various Petitions and other Matters connected with the 



330 SEWARD. 

Subject of Slavery. Washington: Buell^ Blanchard. 1850. 8vo, 
pp. 15. B. 79554 

Seward. The Situation and the Duty. Speech of William 
H. Seward at Auburn, N. Y., October 31, 1868. Washington^ 
D. C: Philp i^ Solomons. 1868. 8vo, pp. 30. H. 79555 

Seward. The Slaveholding Class Dominant in the Republic. 
Speech of William H. Seward, at Detroit, October 2, 1856. 
Washington^ D. C. Buell l^ Blanch ard^ Printers. 1 857. 8vo, pp. 
14. 79556 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, on the Resolution 
against renewing the Charter of the United States Bank, in the 
Senate of New-York. Albany: Printed by Packard^ Hoffman & 
White. 1832. 8vo, pp. 16. B. 79557 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward on the Resolutions 
concerning the Removal of the Government Deposites. In the 
Senate of New York, January, 1834. Albany: Printed by Hoff- 
man 13" White. 1834. 8vo, pp. 42. B. 79558 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward in the Senate against 
Gov. Marcy's Six Million Mortgage. Delivered April lOth, 
1834. Albany. 1834. 8vo, pp. 16. 79559 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward on taking the Chair 
of the Simultaneous Repeal Meeting at Albany, Jan. 3, 1844. 
Albany. 1844. 8vo. s. 79560 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, on the Admission of 
California. ... March 11, 1850. Washington: Buell isf Blanchard. 
1850. 8vo, pp. 46. C, H. 79561 

Another edition as follows : 

Seward. Speech of the Hon. W. H. Seward, on the Admis- 
sion of California, and the Subject of Slavery ; delivered in the 
... Senate ... March 11, 1850. Boston: Redding l^ Company. 
1850. 8vo, pp. 26. l^S^'^ 

For other editions see Nos. 79508 and 79561, supra. 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, on the Compromise 
Bill: Delivered in the Senate ... July 2, 1850. \_Washington. 
1850.] 8vo, pp. 15. 79563 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, on the Admission 
of New Mexico. Delivered in the Senate ... July 26, 1850. 
Washington : Buell ^ Blanch ard.. Printers. 1850. 8vo, pp. 14. 



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Seward. Speech of William H. Seward on Emancipation in 
the District of Columbia ... in the Senate, September 11, 1850. 
Washington: Buell l^ Blanch ard. 1 850. 8vo, pp. 8. B. 79565 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, on the Claims of 
American Merchants for Indemnities for French Spoliations. 
(Delivered in the Senate of the United States, January 21, 1851.) 
Washington : Printed by Buell ^ Blanchard. 1 85 1. 8vo, pp. 28. 
-j- Third Edition, with Notes. \Ibid.'\ 1851. 8vo, pp. 32. 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward on the Management 
and Disposition of the Public Domain ... in the Senate ... Feb. 
27, 1851. Washington : Buell i^ Blanch ard. 1851. 8vo, pp. 15. 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, On the Proposed 
Protest of the United States against the Armed Intervention of 
Russia in the Hungarian Revolution, in the Senate ... March 9, 
1852. \_Washington : Buell ^ Blanchard^ Printers. 1852.] 8vo, 
pp. 16. B. -|- Third Edition. [^Ibid.'\ 1852. 8vo, pp. 28. 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward at the Dedication of 
Capital University, at Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 14, 1853. -^uburn.^ 
N. T. Knapp and Peck^ Printers. 1853. ^^o-) PP- I5- R- 795^9 

On "The Destiny of America." For another edition see No. 79513, supra. 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, on the Kansas and 
Nebraska Bill, Senate of the United States, May 26, 1854. 
\_Washington : Buell & Blanchard. 1854.] 8vo, pp. 7. 7957° 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward on the Central Amer- 
ican Question, in the Senate, Jan. 31, 1856. [^Washington. 1856.] 
8vo,'pp. 15. B., H. 79571 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, for the Immediate 
Admission of Kansas into the Union. Senate of the United 
States, April 9, 1856. \_Buell Iff Blanchard., Printers., Washington.^ 
D. C. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 15, (i). + [Another edition. Ibid. 
1856.] 8vo, pp. 14. -f- [Another edition.] Washington.^ D. C. 
Buell and Blanch ard., Printers. 1856. 8vo, pp. 54. H. 79572 

For another edition see No. 79525, supra. 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, against Mr. Douglas* 
Second Enabling Bill, and in favor of the Immediate Admission 
of Kansas into the Union. In the Senate of the United States, 
July 2, 1856. Washington., D.C. Buell ^ Blanchard. 1856. 8vo, 

PP- 14- 79573 



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Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, on the Claims of 
the Officers of the Revolutionary Army ; delivered in the Senate 
of the United States, January 5, 1857. Washington. 1857. ^^*^i 
pp. 16. 79574 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, in the Senate of the 
United States, March 3, 1858. Washington : Buell ^ Blanchard. 
1858. 8vo, pp. 15. 79575 

For other editions see Nos. 79522, 79524, supra. 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward, Delivered at Roch- 
ester, Monday, October 25, 1858. [n. p. 1858.] 8vo, pp. 7,(1). 

For another edition zee No. 79528, supra. 

Seward. Speech of the Hon. Wm. H. Seward ... in the ... 
Senate, February 29th, i860. ... San Francisco: Printed by Towne 
^ Bacon, i860. 8vo, pp. 15. H. "JC^SII 

For other editions see Nos. 79500, 79521, supra, and No. 79584, infra. 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward ... at Lansing 
(Mich.), and also at Madison (Wis.), September, i860. \^New 
York, i860.] 8vo, pp. 8. c. ygs7^ 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward ... at Chicago, Octo- 
ber 3, i860, [n. p. i860.] 8vo. 79579 

Seward. Speech of William H. Seward ... at Seneca Falls, 
N. Y., October 31, i860, [n. p. i860.] 8vo. 79580 

Seward. Speech of Hon. William H. Seward, at Auburn, 
October 20, 1865. [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 16. 7958i 

Seward. Speeches of Hon. William H. Seward, and Hon. 
Lewis Cass, on the subject of Slavery. Delivered in the Senate 
of the United States, March, 1850. New Tor k : Stringer & 
Townsend. 1850. 8vo, pp. 32, and covers. 79582 

Seward. Speeches of William H. Seward, delivered at Albany 
and at Buffalo, in October, 1855. Washington^ D. C. Republican 
Association. 1855. 8vo, pp. (2), 16. B. 79583 

Seward. The State of the Country. Speech of William H. 
Seward in the United States Senate, Feb. 29, i860. ... New 
York: Wm. C. Bryant & Co.., Printers, i860. 8vo, pp. 27. H. 
-f [Another edition, n. p. i860.] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 79584 

For other editions see Nos. 79500, 79521, and 79577, supra. 



SEWARD. 333 

Seward. The Steam Engine. Hon. William H. Seward's 
Argument in the Circuit Court of the U. States, at Cooperstown, 
New York, on the third day of August, 1853. ••• Providence: 
Knowles^ Anthony ^ Co. ^Printers. 1853. 8vo, pp. 32. H. 79585 

Seward. Thirty Million Bill. Speech of William H. Seward 
... Senate ... January 24, 1859. IVashington^ D. C. Buell & 
Blanchard, Printers. 1859. ^^o, pp. 8. H. 79586 

Seward. The True Basis of American Independence : A 
Lecture before the American Institute, New York, Oct. 20, 
1853, in the Broadway Tabernacle. By William H. Seward, ... 
New York: Fowler ^ Wells. 1853. ^^^^ PP- ^°- ^- 795^7 

Seward. The True Greatness of our Country : A Discourse 
before the Young Catholic Friends' Society at Baltimore, Dec. 
22, 1848. By William H. Seward. Washington : J. andG. S. 
Gideon., Printers. 1848. 8vo, pp. 24. H. 79588 

Seward. The Union: Speech of William H. Seward in the 
Senate, Jan. 12, 1861. [Washington. 186 1.] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 

Seward. The Usurpations of Slavery. Speech of William 
H. Seward, in the Senate of the United States, on the Bill to 
protect Officers of the United States, February 23, 1855. [Wash- 
ington : Buell & Blanchard, Printers. 1855.] ^^o^ PP- 7- ^• 

Seward. Welcome to Kossuth : Speeches of William H. 
Seward on the joint Resolution in honor of Louis Kossuth ... in 
the Senate ... Dec. 9 and 12, 1851. Washington. 1851. 8vo, 
pp. 12. B. 79591 

Seward. The West : its Destiny and its Duty. Speech 
delivered by William H. Seward, at Dubuque, September 21, 
i860. [Albany, i860.] 8vo, pp. 55. 7959^ 

See also No. 79534, supra. 

Seward. The Whale Fishery, and American Commerce in 
the Pacific Ocean. Speech of William H. Seward, in the Senate 
... July 29, 1852. [Washington: Buell ^ Blanch ard., Printers. 
1852.] 8vo, pp. 8. B. 79593 

Seward. William H. Seward's Travels around the World. 
Edited by Olive Risley Seward. ... With Two Hundred Illustra- 
tions. New York: D. Appleton and Company. 1873. ^^^' PP" ^''' 
730. Portrait, Map and 57 Plates. L. 79594 



334 SEWARD INSTITUTE. 

Seward. The Works of William H. Seward Edited by 
George E, Baker ... In Three Volumes ... Redfield^ ... New 
York. 1853. 3 vols., 8vo, pp. xc, (2), 541, (i), Portrait; 672, 
Plate; 678, Plate. + Vol. iv. Redfield, ... New York. 1861. 
8vo, pp. 696, Plate. 79595 

In November, 1883, another volume was published with the following title : 

The Diplomatic History of the War for the Union, being the fifth volume of the 
Works of William H. Seward. Edited by George E. Baker. Boston : Houghton, Miff- 
lin and Company. 1884. 8vo, pp. viii, 626. 

A complete edition of the works, edited by George E. Baker, with a memoir, was 
alsoHssued : Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company. 1884. 5 vols., 8vo. The fol- 
lowing titles relate to Mr. Seward : 

The Betrayal of the Cause of Freedom, by Hon, W. H. 
Seward, Secretary of State. \_Washington? 1866.J Folio, i page. 

Three letters signed : "H. H. D." 

A Letter to his Excellency William H. Seward. See [Gray 
(W. F.)], Vol. VII., No. 28415. 

The Life of William H. Seward with Selections from his 
Works. Edited by George E. Baker. Rcdfield^ ... New York. 
1855. i2mo, pp. 410. B. 79597 

The Life of William H. Seward, including his most famous 
Speeches. . By a JefFersonian Republican. Bostori : Thayer and 
Eldridge. i860. i2mo, pp. 144. Portrait. 7959^ 

A Review of Mr. Seward's Diplomacy. See [Reed (W. B.)], 
Vol. XVI., No. 68622 ; and Syntax, Jr. {Dr.\ pseudon. 

The Seward Memorial. The Ceremonies of the Unveiling of 
the Statue of William H. Seward in Madison Square, New York, 
September 6, 1876, with description of the Statue and list of 
subscribers. New York: D. Jppleton & Co. 1878. 8vo, pp. 23. 

See also Vol. Xii., No. 52200; Vol. xiii.. No. 53783, note; and Vol. xvii., No. 
71351. 

Catalogue and Circular of the S. S. Seward Institute, at 
Florida, Orange County, N. Y. Under the care of Elizabeth 
Parsons. First Term ending March 5, 1846. Albany: Joel 
Munsell., Printer. 1846. 8vo, pp. 8. M. 79600 

Also: Circular and Catalogue of the S. S. Seward Institute at Florida, Orange 
County, N. Y. Under the care of Elizabeth Parsons. ... Albany: Printed by Joel 
Munsell. 1848. 8vo, pp. 9. m. 



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335 



Sewel (W.), />. 1654,^7. 1725? Histori Van de Opkomste, 
Aanwas, en Voortgang der Christenen bekend by den naam van 
Quakers, Ondermengd met de voornaamste Staats-geschiedenlssen 
van dien tyd, in Engeland voorgevallen. En met Authentike 
Stukken voorzien. Door Wm. Sewel. Te Amsterdam^ by R. en 
G. Wetstein^ Boekverkoopers in de Kalverstraat^ by Ste. Lucye Stecg. 
1717. Folio. 79601 

Sewel. The | History | of the | Rise, Increase, and Progress | 
Of the Christian People called | Quakers, | Intermixed with several 
I Remarkable Occurrences. | Written Originally in Low-Dutch by 
William | Sewel, and by himself Translated into English. | Now 
Revis'd and Publish'd, with some hn\Qn^ratnis.\ London :\ Printed 
and Sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle^ at | the Bible in George- Tard^ 
Lombard- Street. 1722. | Folio, pp. (12), 723, Index (16), Cata- 
logue (4). B. 79602 

Probably edited by Joseph Besse. 

Sewel. The [ History | of the] Rise, Increase, and Progress,] 
of the Christian People called | Quakers. | Intermixed with several | 
Remarkable Occurrences. | Written Originally in Low-Dutch, 
and also | translated into English. | By William Sewel. | The Second 
Edition Corrected. | London : \ Printed and Sold by the Assigns of y. 
Sowle^ at \ the Bible in George-Yard^ Lombard-Street. 1725. | Folio, 
pp. (12), 699, Index (16), Catalogue (4). c, H. 79603 

In Haven's list there is entered under 172.5, a "2d Ed. Neiv York: Printed hy 
Wm. Bradford^'' with a note stating that it was advertised in the Philadelphia Ameri- 
can Weekly Mercury. It was, without doubt, the second London edition described 
above 

Sewel. The | History | of the | Rise, Increase, and Progress, | 
Of the Christian People called | Quakers : | Intermixed with Sev- 
eral I Remarkable Occurrences. | Written Originally in Low- 
Dutch, and also Tran-| slated into English, | By William Sewel.) 
The Third Edition, Corrected. | Philadelphia : | Printed and Sold by 
Samuel Keimer in Second Street. \ m DCC xxviii. | Folio, l. 79604 

Collation : 8 preliminary leaves, comprising the title, verso blank, the dedication in 
two pages, and the preface in eight pages; text, pp. 1-694; index, pp. (16). Signa- 
tures A in four, b in two, B-T in fours, T— Z, Aa-Zz, Aaa-Zzz, Aaaa-Zzzz, and 
Aaaaa-Zzzzz (including Wwwww), in twos, to the end of page 532; Aaaaa[a]- 
Zzzzz[z], Aaaaaaa-Sssssss, J, •j-f, and J+J, in twos, and XXXX '" one, from page 533 
to the end. 

The title, dedication, preface, and pages I to 532, are from Keimer's press; pages 
533 to 694, and the sixteen pages of index, were printed by Benjamin Franklin and 
Hugh Meredith, who had recently opened their new printing office. The portion 
printed by them, which begins with signature Aaaaaa (wrongly printed Aaaaa), can be 
easily distinguished from the rest by the difference of the type. Dr. Trumbull's state- 
ment in the Brinley catalogue (No. 3315), that the title and dedication, and pp. 457 to 



336 



SEWEL. 



the end were printed by Franklin, is therefore not quite correct. See Mr. Hildeburn's 
"Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania," vol. i., pp. 92, 93. 

"This work, written in Dutch and printed at Amsterdam in 17 1 7, was translated 
into English by the author and published at London in 1722. A few copies finding 
their way to America, the Philadelphia Meeting on learning the edition was exhausted, 
proposed to Andrew Bradford that he should reprint it. Bradford delayed giving a 
definite answer until after he had arranged with his aunt Tacy Sowle, the English pub- 
lisher of the work, for 700 copies of the second edition, and then declined. The 
Quakers then applied to Keimer who readily undertook the work at a much lower price 
than had been offered Bradford. It proved an unfortunate venture for him as he had 
not the capital to carry on so large a work, and although he proceeded but slowly with 
it and received considerable advances of money from the Quakers, as well as subscrip- 
tions for 500 copies, but became involved in debt by his purchases of type and paper. 
The work was begun in 1725, and was not finished till the latter part of 1728, and 
then only by giving out part of it to Franklin and Meredith." — Hildeburn. 

The following account of Franklin's share in the work is given in his autobiography : 
" Breintnal particularly, procur'd us from the Quakers the printing forty sheets of their 
history, the rest being to be done by Keimer; and upon this we work'd exceedingly 
hard, for the price was low. It was a folio, pro patria size in pica, with long primer 
notes. I compos 'd of it a sheet a day, and Meredith worked it off" at press ; it was 
often eleven at night, and sometimes later, before I had finished my distribution for the 
next day's work, for the little jobbs sent in by our other friends now and then put us 
back. But so determin'd I was to continue doing a sheet a day of the folio, that one 
night, when, having impos'd my forms, I thought my day's work over, one of them by 
accident was broken, and two pages reduced to pi, I immediately distributed and com- 
pos'd it over again before I went to bed." 

The following remarks of Mr. Nathan Kite on this account are quoted by Mr. Hil- 
deburn : " Franklin was at that very time writing against Keimer, and doing everything 
to injure him in his power; and with that want of candour, characteristic of a mean 
mind, does not acknowledge in his memoirs to whom their new office was indebted for 
its first work. No one would guess from his account that the patronage came from the 
poor, despised, caricatured Keimer." 

Mr. Brinley's perfect copy, which is now in the Lenox Library, sold for $40. Mr. 
Haven in his list mentions an edition: Boston, Sold by E. Phillips, Charlestoivn, 1728, 
which is probably the same as the above. 

Sewel. The History] of the | Rise, Increase and Progress,) 
of I the Christian People called | Quakers ; | with several | Remark- 
able Occurrences, | intermixed. | Written originally in Low-Dutch, 
and also translated into English, | By William Sewel. | The Third 
Edition, corrected. | Burlington^ New-'Jersey : Printed and sold by 
Isaac Collins. \ M. Dcc. Lxxiv. | Folio, pp. xii, 8i2, Index (i6). M. 

Sewel. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress, of 
the Christian People called Quakers ... By William Sewel. The 
Third Edition ... London: Printed and sold by James Phillips. 
1795. 2 vols., 8vo. 79606 

Sewel. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress, of 
the Christian People called Quakers ... By William Sewel. The 
Fourth Edition ... Vol. l. London: Printed and Sold by 'James 
Phillips. 1799. 8vo. Vol. II. London : Printed and Sold by Will- 
iam Phillips. 1800. 8vo. 79607 



SEWEL. 337 

Sewel. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress, of 
the Christian People called Quakers ... By William Sewel, 
The Fifth Edition .,. London: Printed by William Phillips. i8ll. 
2 vols., 8vo. 79608 

To this edition is added "An Appendix" to the first volume, containing an omission 
in the former editions of part of a paper written by James Nayler. 

Sewel. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of 
the Christian People called Quakers, Intermixed with several 
remarkable occurrences. Written originally in Low Dutch, and 
also translated into English, By William Sewel, ... Philadelphia: 
B. &" T. Kite and S. Pike. iSll. 2 vols,, 8vo, pp, 578 ; 603, 
Index (32), B. 79609 

Sewel, The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress, of 
the Christian People called Quakers, Intermixed with several 
remarkable occurrences. Written originally in Low Dutch, and 
also translated by himself into English. By William Sewel, In 
two volumes, ,,. Philadelphia : Benjamin & Tho?nas Kite. 1823. 

2 vols., 8vO, pp. 604; 671. C, L. 79610 

Sewel, The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress, of 
the Christian People called Quakers ,,, By William Sewel ... 
New Edition ... Philadelphia. 1832. 2 vols, in one, 8vo, pp. 
433; 390. 7961 1 

Sewel. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of 
the Society of Friends, By William Sewel, ,.. Lindfield : Printed 
at the Schools of Industry., and sold by Longman ^ Co.., Paternoster- 
row ... 1833-34, 4 parts, i6mo, 79612 

" The Friends' Library," vols, v., vi., vii., viii. Edited by William Allen. 

Sewel. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of 
the Christian People called Quakers, ,.. written originally in Low 
Dutch, and translated by himself into English. ... The Sixth 
Edition ... London: Darton and Harvey. 1834. 2 vols., 8vo. A. 

Sewel. The History of the Rise, Increase and Progress of 
the Christian People called Quakers, intermixed with several 
remarkable Occurrences. By William Sewel, Written originally 
in Low Dutch, and translated by himself into English, To 
which is prefixed a brief Memoir of the Author, compiled from 
various sources. ,., New-Tork : Published by Baker and Crane ... 
Also for sale by Mahlon., Day Iff Co. ... New- York ; Thomas Ell- 
wood Chapman ... and Uriah Hunt ^ Son ... Philadelphia. 1844, 
2 vols, in one, 8vo, pp» xxiii, 13-422 ; 465. b,, c, h, 79614 



338 SEWELL. 

Sewel. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of 
the Christian People called Quakers ... to which is prefixed a 
short Biographical Notice of the Author. Philadelphia : Friends^ 
Bookstore. 1855. 8vo. 79615 

Sewel. Die Geschichte von dem Ursprung, Zunehmen und 
Fortgang des Christlichen Volcks, so Quaker genennet werden, 
mit allerhand merkwiirdigen Begebenheiten, insonderheit aber 
dem Kernder Englischen Staats-Veranderungen von Carl i. an bis 
auf die Regierung des jetzigen Konigs Georg 11. vermischet, &c. 
Von William Sewel. Aus dem Englischen ins Hochdeutsche 
iibersetzt. \_yena : From)nann.~\ I'J^i. Folio, pp. (lo), 647, (18). 

Also: A Declaration of Faith, published by the Society of Friends a.d. 1693. From 
Sewel's History. Philadelphia. 1835. 8vo, pp. 16. s. Mr. Sewel was the author of 
" A Large Dictionary," English and Dutch, and Dutch and English, of which editions 
were printed in 1691, 1708, 1719, 172.1, 1735, I7S4> and 1766. See Smith's "Cata- 
logue of Friends' Books," 11. 560-563, for a list of his other writings. 

Sewell (A. L.) "The Great Calamity!" Scenes, Incidents, 
and Lessons of the Great Chicago Fire of the 8th and 9th of 
October, 1871. Also some Account of other great Conflagra- 
tions of modern times, and the burning of Peshtigo, Wisconsin. 
Prepared by Alfred L. Sewell. Chicago., Illinois : Alfred L. Sewell. 
1871. 8vo, pp. 100. Map. B. 79617 

[Sewell (George).] The Tragedy of Sir Walter Raleigh. 
As it is Acted at the Theatre in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. London. 
1719. 8vo, pp. (14), 63. + The Third Edition. London. 1719. 
8vo. 79618 

This play was acted with very great success in December, 1718; the part of Sir 
Walter by Mr. Quin. The author's name is at the end of the dedication. 

Sewell. The Tragedy of Sir Walter Raleigh. As it is 
Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincolns-Inn-Fields. By Mr. 
Sewell. The Fifth Edition, with a New Scene. London. 1722. 
Sm. 8vo, pp. (14), 66, (2). Portrait of Raleigh, c. -(- The 
Sixth Edition. London : J. Watts. M DCC XLV. Sm. 8vo, pp. 
(14), 55, (i). Portrait. 79619 

Sewell (J[onathan]), h. lybb., d. 1839. An Essay on the 
Juridical History of France, so far as it relates to the Law of the 
Province of Lower-Canada : Read at a Special Meeting of the 
Literary and Historical Society of Quebec, the 31st day of May, 
1824. By the Honorable J. Sewell, Chief Justice of Lower- 
Canada, ^ebec : Printed by Thomas Gary tff Co. 1 824. 8vo, pp. 
34, BA., H. 79620 



SEXTON. 339 

Sewell. On the Advantages of Opening the River St. Law- 
rence to the Commerce of the World ... London. 1814. 8vo. 

Sewell. A Plan for the Federal Union of the British Prov- 
inces in North America ... London. 18 14. 8vo. 79622 

Sewell. Plan for a General Legislative Union of the British 
Provinces in North America, by Messrs. Sewell, Stuart, Robin- 
son and Strachan. London. 1824. 8vo. 79623 

"In 1844, the prospectus of a work bearing the following title, was issued by one of 
his sons : ' Notes of Decisions in the Court of King's Bench for the District of Quebec, 
collected by Jonathan Sewell, Esq., late Chief Justice of Lower Canada.' This work 
was never published, owing to the destruction of the MS. in a fire which afterwards 
occurred." — Morgan's Bihliotheca Canadensis. 

Sewell (L.) An Account of some Particulars relative to the 
Meeting held at York, on Thursday, Dec. 30, 1779. By Leon- 
ard Sewell. London. 1780. 8vo. 79^24 

Relates to the war in America. 

Sewell [Mary]. "Our Father's Care," A Ballad. By Mrs. 
Sewell ... Richmond.^ Va.: Presbyterian Committee of Publication. 
1864. i2mo, pp. 26, (i). H. 79625 

Inserted here on account of its having a Confederate imprint. 

Sewell (R.) Practice in the Executive Departments of the 
Government under the Pension, Bounty, and Prize Laws of the 
United States. With Forms and Instructions for collecting Ar- 
rears of Pay, Bounty, and Prize Money, and for obtaining Pen- 
sions. By Robert Sewell, Counsellor-at-Law. New York : D. 
Appleton and Company. 1864. 8vo, pp. 358. B. + \_lbid.^ 1865. 
8vo, pp. 358. 79626 

Sewell (W[illiam] Gfrant]), b. 1829, d. 1862. The Ordeal 
of Free Labor in the British West Indies. By Wm. G. Sewell. 
New York: Harper ^ Brothers. 1 86 1. 1 2mo, pp. 325. B. -|- 
\lbid^ 1862. l2mo, pp. 325. H. -f Second Edition. London. 
1862. 8vo. 79627 

The Sexagenary. See [Bloodgood (S. De Witt)], Vol. 11., 
No. 5985. 

Sexton (G.) A Portraiture of Mormonism, or Animadver- 
sions on the Doctrines and Pretensions of the Latter-Day Saints ; 
A Review of the History and Contents of the Book of Mormon ; 
and a Sketch of the Career of Joseph Smith, and various other 



340 SEYD. 

Notorious Fanatics and Impostors ; being Lectures delivered by 
Dr. Geo. Sexton .., . London. 1849. i2mo, pp. 113. 79628 

A Sexton of the Old School, pseudon. See [Sargent (L. M.)], 
Vol. XVIII., No. 77004. 

The Sexton's Monitor. See [Davenport (D.)], Vol. v., No. 
i^bi)b^ and add : -f Third Edition. Boston. 1845. i2mo. 

Seybert (A.), b. 1773, d. 1825. An Inaugural Dissertation: 
being an Attempt to disprove the Doctrine of the Putrefaction of 
the Blood of living Animals. By Adam Seybert. Philadelphia. 
1793. 8vo. 79629 

Seybert. An Oration ... on the 19th of May, 1809, at the 
Meeting of the Manufacturers and Mechanics of the City of 
Philadelphia. By Adam Seybert, m.d. Philadelphia. [1809.] 
8vo, pp. 16. H. 79630 

Seybert. Statistical Annals : embracing Views of the Popu- 
lation, Commerce, Navigation, Fisheries, Public Lands, Post- 
Office Establishment, Revenues, Mint, Military and Naval 
Establishments, Expenditures, Public Debt and Sinking Fund, of 
the United States of America : founded on Official Documents : 
commencing on the Fourth of March Seventeen Hundred and 
Eighty-nine and ending on the Twentieth of April Eighteen 
Hundred and Eighteen. By Adam Seybert, m.d. A Member of 
the House of Representatives of the United States, from the 
State of Pennsylvania .... Philadelphia: Thomas Dobson^ Son. ... 
William Fry., Printer. 18 18. 4to, pp. xxvii, (l), 803. 79^3 1 

Seybert. Annales Statistiques des Etats-Unis. Par Adam 
Seybert, Membre de la chambre des representants des Etats-Unis 
pour la ville de Philadelphie ... Traduits de 1' Anglais par C. A. 
Scheffer. Paris : Brissot-Thivars. 1820. Sm. 8vo, pp. xv, 455. 
69 Tables on 24 folded sheets. a. 79632 

Seyd (E.) California and its Resources. A Work for the 
Merchant, the Capitalist, and the Emigrant, By Ernest Seyd. 
London: Triibner and Co. 1858. 8vo,» pp. (4), 168. 18 Plates 
and 2 Maps. a. 79633 

Seyd. Suggestions in reference to the Metallic Currency of 
the United States of America. By Ernest Seyd ... London: 
Triibner & Co. 1 87 1. 8vo, pp. (2), 253. H. 79634 



SEYMOUR. 341 

Seyfried (Johann Heinrich). Poliologia, Das ist Beschrei- 
bung aller beruhmten Stadte in der gantzen Welt. ... Sul%bach. 
1683. 2 vols., 8vo. Engraved title, 9 Maps. 79^35 

This work contains an account of America. A second edition as follows : 

Seyfried. Poliologia, | Das ist : | Accurate | Beschreibung | 
Aller vornehmsten in der ganzen Welt ( befindlichen | Stadten, 
Schlossern und Ve-|stungen| So wol u^as ihre Erbauung, Fortifi- | 
cation. Religion, Herrschafft und Regie- 1 rungs-Form, als auch 
Die von ihrem Ursprung an, | bis auf gegenwartige Zeit sich 
ereignete kriegs- and | Friedens, Freud und Leid betreffende Bege- 
I benheiten betrifFt. | In zweyen absonderlichen Theilen | dergestalt 
vorgestellet, | Dasz im ersten die beriihmtesten Orte in ganz | 
Europa, im andern aber die in Asia, Africa und | America befind- 
liche, ausfiihrlich nach dem Alphabet | abgehandelt werden, | Und 
zwar alles und jedes mit sonderbarem Fleisz | zu eines jedem 
Lesers nutzlicher Ergotzung zusamm | getragen, und nun zum 
an-dernmal verbessert her- 1 ausgegeben durch | Joh. Heinrich 
Seyfried, Hochfiirstl. Durchl. | zu Pfalz Sulzbach Hof-kammer- 
Rath. I Number g^ \ Verlegts "Johann Leonhard Buggel^ 1695. | 2 
vols., 8vo, pp. (28), 480; (26), 3-357. Folded Map. 79636 

Seymour (A.) The Emigrants j or First and Final Step. A 
True Story. By Almira Seymour. Boston and Cambridge : J. 
Munroe & Co. mdcccliii. i6mo, pp. (4), 122. c, h. jg6^y 

Seymour. Home, the Basis of the State. By Almira Sey- 
mour. Boston: A. Williains ^Company. 1869. i2mo, pp. 95. 

Seymour (C.) The Northwestern Centennial Celebration, in 
La Crosse, Wisconsin. Tuesday, July 4th, 1876. Historical 
Address, by Charles Seymour. La Crosse^ Symes & Usher^ Print- 
ers. 1877. ^^^5 PP- 32' 79639 

Seymour (C. C. B.), b. 1829, d. 1869. Self-Made Men. By 
Charles C. B. Seymour. New York: Harper i^ Brothers. 1858. 
i2mo. 79640 

Seymour (D. L.), b. 1803, d. 1867. Speech of Hon. David 
L. Seymour, of N. York, on the River and Harbor Bill. De- 
livered in the House of Representatives, July 21, 1852. Wash- 
ington. 1852. 8vo, pp. 12. H. 79641 

Seymour. Synopsis of the Titles and Decisions of Questions 
of Quarter Sales, Taxes, Assessments, etc., on Van Rensselaer's 

vol. XIX. 11 



342 SEYMOUR. 

Manor. By David L. Seymour, Albany: J. Munsell. 1850. 
8vo, pp. 50. 79642 

Also: In Memoriam. David L. Seymour. Born December 2, 1803. Died Octo- 
ber IX, 1867. Albany : J. Munsell. 1867. 8vo, pp. 60. 

Seymour (E. S.) Emigrant's Guide to the Gold Mines of 
Upper California. By E. Sandford Seymour. Chicago: R. L. 
IVilson. 1849. 8vo- 79643 

' Seymour. Sketches of Minnesota, the New England of the 
West ; with Incidents of Travel in that Territory during the 
Summer of 1849. ••• ^7 E. S. Seymour. ... New York: Harper 
^Brothers. 1850. l2mo, pp. 281. Map. H. 79644 

Seymour (G. F.), b. 1829. A Sermon delivered ... before 
the Ninetieth Convention of the Diocese of New York, ... in 
... New York, ... the 24th day of September, 1873, in Memory 
of Sam'l Roosevelt Johnson, d.d. ... By the Rev. George F. 
Seymour ... Styles & Cash, Steam Printers ... N.T. [1873.] ^^°> 
pp. 51. 79645 

Seymour (H.), b. 1810, d. 1886. Address of Horatio Sey- 
mour at the Opening of the Prison Reform Congress, at Balti- 
more, January, 1873. Utica. 1873. ^^°- 79^46 

Seymour. Address of Horatio Seymour, before the Alumni 
of Madison University, June 19, 1878. [n. p. 1878.] 8vo, pp. 
16. 79647 

Seymour. ... Campaign Document, No. 21. Speech of 
Governor Seymour at Philadelphia, [n. p. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Seymour. Facts for the Tax Payers. Speech of Horatio 
Seymour before the Canal Committee of the Legislature of New 
York, April 9, 1878. [n. p. 1878.] 8vo, pp. 16. 79^49 

Seymour. History and Topography of New York. A Lec- 
ture By Horatio Seymour ... at Cornell University, June 30, 
1870. Utica: Grove l^ Bailey. 1870. 8vo, pp. 32. B. 79650 

Seymour. A Lecture, on the Topography and History of 
New- York. By Horatio Seymour, tftica; N. T. D. C. Grove, 
Printer. 1856. 8vo, pp. 41. B., H. 79651 

Seymour. Public Record : including Speeches, Messages, 
Proclamations, Official Correspondence, and other public utter- 
ances of Horatio Seymour j from the Campaign of 1856 to the 



SEYMOUR. 343 

present time. With an Appendix. ... Compiled and edited by 
Thomas M. Cook and Thomas W. Knox. New York: I. W. 
England. 1868. 8vo, pp. xi, 413. B. 79652 

Seymour. Speech of Hon. Horatio Seymour, at Springfield, 
Mass. July 4, 1856. [n. p. 1856.] 8vo, pp. 11. 79^53 

Seymour. Speech of Hon. Horatio Seymour ... on the 
Habeas Corpus, ... May 12, 1862. [n. p. 1862.] 8vo. 

Seymour. Speech of Hon. Horatio Seymour, before the 
Democratic Union State Convention, at Albany, September loth, 
1862, on Receiving the Nomination for Governor; also his 
Speech delivered at the Albany Convention, Jan. 31st, 1861. 
New York: Van Evrie^ Horton 6f Co. 1862. 8vo, pp. 16. B. 

Seymour. Speech of Hon. Horatio Seymour, at the Academy 
of Music, Brooklyn, October 22, 1862. [n. p. 1862.] 8vo, 
pp. 7. B. 79656 

Seymour. Speech of Horatio Seymour before the Canal 
Committee of the Legislature of New York, April 9, 1878. 
[n. p. 1878.] 8vo, pp. 16. B. 79657 

Seymour, Speeches of Hon. Horatio Seymour at the Con- 
ventions held at Albany, January 31, 1861, and September 10, 

1862. [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 13. 79658 

Seymour. Speeches of Hon. Horatio Seymour, and Hon. 
John Van Buren, at the Grand Ratification Meeting, at the 
Cooper Institute, October 13, 1862, with General Scott's Pro- 
phetic Letter. \_Printed by Van Evrie., Horton & Co. New York. 
1862.] 8vo, pp. 16. 79659 

Seymour. "The Union, the Constitution, and the Laws." 
Message of Governor Seymour, of New York. The Constitu- 
tion and the Laws vindicated. New York : Comstock y Cassidy. 

1863. 8vo, pp. II. 79660 

Seymour and Blair. Campaign Edition. The Lives of Ho- 
ratio Seymour and Frank P. Blair, Jr. ... Philadelphia : T. B. 
Peterson ^ Brothers. [1868.] 8vo, pp. (4), 21-95, and covers. 

Seymour Campaign Songster. New York. [1868.] 32mo. 

Seymour, Vallandigham, and the Riots of 1863. [n. p. 1868.] 
8vo, pp. (4). 79663 

See also Vol. iv., No. 15910; Vol. xiii., No. 53285; anJ"zs Rebel Generals." 



344 SEYMOUR. 

Seymour (J. F.) Centennial Address delivered at Trenton, 
N. Y., July 4, 1876. By John F. Seymour. With Letters from 
Francis Adrian Van Der Kemp, written in 1792, and other Doc- 
uments relating to the First Settlement of Trenton and Central 
New York. Utica, N. T. : White & Floyd, Printers. 1877. 8vo, 
pp. 149. H. 79664 

[Seymour.] Report of the General Agent of the State of 
New York, for the Relief of sick, wounded, furloughed and dis- 
charged Soldiers. Albany: Comstock iff Cassidy, Printers. 1864, 
8vo, pp. 134. Maps and Lithographs. h. jgbb^ 

Seymour (M. H.) Ned, Nellie, and Amy, A Story of the 
White Hills. By Mary H. Seymour. New York: E. P. Button 
^ Co. 1871. i6mo, pp. 324. 2 Plates. c. 79666 

Seymour (N.) Nelse Seymour's Big-Shoe Songster. New 
York. [1863.] i8mo. ' 79667 J 

Seymour (R. A.) Pioneering in the Pampas, or, the first 
four years of a Settler's Experience in the La Plata Camps. By 
Richard Arthur Seymour. With a Map. London : Longman.^ 
Green & Co. 1869. Sm. 8vo, pp. xi, 180. Map. ba. -f Sec- 
ond Edition, llbid.'] 1870. Sm. 8vo. c. 79668 

[Seymour (Silas).] Incidents of a Trip through the Great 
Platte Valley, to the Rocky Mountains and Laramie Plains, in 
the Fall of 1866, with a Synoptical Statement of the various 
Pacific Railroads, and an Account of the Great Union Pacific 
Railroad Excursion to the One Hundredth Meridian of Longi- 
tude. New York: D. Van Nostrand. 1867. i2mo, pp. 129. 
Portrait. -\- Second Edition. \_Ibid.'] 1867. i2mo, pp. 129. 
Portrait. 79669 

Seymour (Thomas H.), b. 1808, d. 1868. Oration before 
the Citizens of Middletown. ... Middletown. 1827. 8vo. 

Also : The Republic and its Crisis. Speeches of Hon. Edward Everett, at the Bos- 
ton Union Meeting, Dec. 8, 1858; and of Ex-Gov. Thos. H. Seymour, and Prof. 
Samuel Eliot ... at the Hartford Union Meeting, Dec. 14, 1859. [n. p. i860.] 
8vo, pp. 23. B. 

Seymour (T[ruman]), b. 1824. The Condition of the South, 
and the Duty of the North. As set forth in a Letter from Gen. 
T. Seymour, lately released from " under fire," at Charleston. 
New York. 1864. i2mo, pp. 8, and covers. b., h. 79671 



SHADD, 345 

[Seymour.] Military Education : A Vindication of West 
Point and the Regular Army. [n. p. 1864.] i2mo, pp. 7. b. 

Seys (J.) Extraordinary Trial of the Rev. John Seys, Pastor 
of the Bedford Street Methodist Episcopal Church, New York 
City, for an alleged Assault and Battery on Mrs. Elizabeth Cram ; 
... \_New York. 1857.] 8vo, pp. 12. Portrait. B. + Second 
Edition. \^Ibid. 1857.] ^^^i PP- ^2. Portrait. 79^73 

Seywald (B. V.) Blasius Vitalis Seywald's Welt-Spiegel. 
Darinnen man sehen lean, wie gross die gantze Welt ? Wie 
unlangst die Neue erfunden und biszhero an alien Orten der 
Christliche Glaub auszgebreitet worden ist. Auch wie ... der 
Turck ... auss Europa konte vertrieben und gar vertilgt werden. 
[^Nurnbergf^ 1 67 1. i2mo. Maps. -\- \^Nurnberg?^ Gedruckt 
... im Jahr 1672. i2mo. Frontispiece and 2 Maps. + Niirn- 
berg. 1673. i2mo. Maps. I^^IA 

Chapters xviii. to xxv. relate to America. 

Seywald. Kleine Cosmographia, oder Summarische Be- 
schreibung der gantzen Welt, von Vier Asia, Europa, Africa und 
America ... [n. p.] Anno Marlce Del parentis fceLICI \^i6^^~\. 
i2mo. 79675 

In the "Kleine Cosmographia" — a dialogue between Magister and Discipulus — 
Magister tells his pupil, who has just asked : " Now tell me about the Fourth Part of 
the World, America, or the New World," that " in America the chief country is 
Japan, which has seventy-two Kingdoms subject to it, lying near to China," etc.; and 
the only account of America in the book is a very concise description of Japan. 

Seyxas y Lovera (F. de). See Seixas y Lovera, supra. 

Shackford (C. C.) An Address ... at the Consecration of 
the Pine Grove Cemetery, July 24, 1850. By Charles C. Shack- 
ford. Lynn: Thomas Herbert. 1850. 8vo, pp. 32. ba. 79676 

Shackford. A Citizen's Appeal in regard to the War with 
Mexico. A Lecture, delivered at Lyceum Hall, Lynn, January 
16, 1848, By Charles C. Shackford. Boston: Printed by Andrews 
& Prentiss. 1848. 8vo, pp. 40, and covers. B. 79677 

Shadd (M. a.) a Plea for Emigration; or. Notes of Canada 
West, in its moral, social, and political aspect : with suggestions 
respecting Mexico, W. Indies and Vancouver's Island, for the 
Information of colored Emigrants. By Mary A. Shadd. Detroit : 
Printed by George PV. Pattison. 1852. 8vo, pp. 44. H. 79678 



346 SHAFFORD. 

The Shadow of the Rock. [In verse.] Neiu Tork. 1867. 
Sq. i2mo, pp. 224. 79679 

Shadow (B.), pseudon. Echoes of a Belle ; or, a Voice from 
the Past. By Ben Shadow. New Tork. 1853. i2mo. 

Shadows of the Metropolis. See [Laurence (I.)], Vol. x., 
No. 39256. 

The Shady Side. See [Hubbell {Mrs. M. S.)], Vol. viii., No. 
33462. 

Shaffer (J. W.) Speech of J. W. Shaffer at Freeport, 111., 
June 12, 1865. [n. p. ? 1865.] 8vo. 79681 

Shaffner (Tal[iaferro] P[reston]), h. 1818, ^. 1881. His- 
tory of the United States of America : from the Earliest Period 
to the Present Time. ... By Tal. P. ShafFner ... London and New 
Tork: London Printing and Publishing Company. [1863.] 2 vols., 
8vo, pp. (4), iv, vi, xlviii, 678, 12 Plates, 11 Maps; (2), vi, 668, 
xxxvi, 7 Plates, 2 Portraits, 4 Maps. c. 79682 

Three more volumes appear to have been published, making five volumes in all. 

Shaffner. ShafFner's Telegraph Companion, devoted to the 
Science and Art of the Morse American Telegraph. By Tal. P. 
ShafFner, Esq. ... New Tork : Pudney ^ Russell. 1 854-1 855. 2 
vols., 8vo. c, h. 79683 

Vol. I. No. I. is dated Jan. 1854. 

Shaffner. The Telegraph Manual : A Complete History 
and Description of the Semaphoric, Electric, and Magnetic Tel- 
egraphs of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, Ancient and 
Modern. ... By Tal. P. ShafFner, of Kentucky. Neiu Tork: 
Pudney & Russell. 1859. ^^^5 PP- ^5°- ^'^ Portraits. c, H. 

Shaffner. The War in America : being an Historical and 
Political Account of the Southern and Northern States : showing 
the Origin and Cause of the present Secession War. ... By Col- 
onel Tal. P. ShafFner, ll.d. ... London: Hamilton., Adams., and 
Co. [1862.] i2mo, pp. vi, 418. Map. b., ba., c. 79685 

Corrected title of No. 77499, Vol. xviii. 

Shafford (J. C.) Narrative of the Extraordinary Life of 
John Conrad ShafFord, known by many by the name of the 
Dutch Hermit, Who for the last 56 years has lived a secluded 
and lonely life, in a log hut, in a remote part of the village of 
Dundee, (Lower Canada,) where he died on the 24th of April 



^HAHMAH. 347 

last, (1840,) at the age of between 80 and 90. ShafFord early 
emigrated to Canada, and was induced first to prefer a lonely life 
in consequence of being deprived of an only child, a beloved 
daughter, who, when but 15 years of age, was taken prisoner and 
carried off a captive be the Indians, and who, although she was 
three months after redeemed by her afflicted father, yet in con- 
sequence of the most shameful and beastly treatment she had 
received from the merciless savages, she expired a wretched victim 
of their barbarity, three weeks after her liberation. The particu- 
lars of the Captivity and dreadful sufferings of this unfortunate 
young female, may be found herein detailed .... New- Tor k : C. 
L. Carpenter^ Publisher. 1840. 8vo, pp. 24, including Frontis- 
piece, c. 79686 

Shaftesbury Association. See Vol. xii., No. 49383. 

Shahcoolen, pseudon. Letters of Shahcoolen, a Hindu Phi- 
losopher, residing in Philadelphia ; to his friend El Hassan, an 
inhabitant of Delhi. Boston^ Printed by Russell and Cutler. 1802. 
i2mo, pp. 152. 79687 

By Samuel L. Knapp. First published in the New York "Commercial Advertiser." 
Letters ii.-v. are on the rights of women. An account of the state of American 
poetry, etc., is given on pp. 63-80. Improved title of No. 38076, Vol. ix. 

Shahgunahse Ahnumeahwene Muzzeneegun. Toronto. 1846. 
i2mo, pp. 467, 50. 79688 

Book of common prayer in the Ojibway Indian language, translated probably by the 
Rev. Mr. O'Meara. 

Shahguhnahshe Ahnuhmeahwine Muzzeneegun. Ojibwag 
anwawaud azheiihnekenootahbeegahdag. Toronto : Printed by 
Henry Row sell .^ for the Venerable Society for Promoting Christian 
Knowledge.^ London. MDCCCLiii. i2mo, pp. 272, ccclvi. 79689 

Book of common prayer in the Ojibway language, pp. 3—272. ; administration of 
the sacraments, etc., pp. i— cxx 5 the Psalms of David, pp. cxxi-cccxxv ; hymns, pp. 
cccxxvii-ccclvi. Translated by the Rev. Mr. O'Meara. Another edition as follows : 

Shahguhnahshe Ahnuhmeahwine Muzzeneegun. Ojibwag 
anwawaud azheiihnekenootahbeegahdag. (The Benedicite Om- 
nia Opera and Athanasian Creed are omitted for reasons stated 
herein.) London : Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge ; 
Northumberland Avenue., Charing Cross. [1880.''] l2mo, pp. (2), 
643,(1). 79690 

A reprint of the preceding edition. 

Shahmah in Pursuit of Freedom ; or, the Branded Hand. 
Translated from the Original Showiah, and Edited by an Ameri- 



34^ SHAKERS. 

can Citizen. New Tor k : Thatcher bf Hutchinson. 1858. i2mo, 
pp. 599. Plate. B., c. 79691 

Shailer (W. H.) For whom should our suffrages be given ? 
A Discourse, delivered on Fast Day, April 6, 1843. By William 
H. Shailer .... Boston: IVilliam D. Ticknor. M DCCC XLiii. 8vo, 
pp. 19. B. 79692 

Shakers. Account of some of the Proceedings. See Vol. 
IX., No. 37486, and No. 7971 1, infra. 

An Account of the Shakers, a most singular Sect of Christians 
in North America, who neither marry nor are given in marriage, 
but profess to be as the Angels in Heaven. London : Crosby and 
Co. [1812.] i2mo, pp. 22. 79693 

A Brief Account of Shakers and Shakerism. Several pages of 
Shaker Music are also added which have never before been pub- 
lished. ... Canterbury: Printed in Shaker Village^ Mer. Co. N. H. 
[184-?] Obi. 1 2mo, cover-title, and pp. 16. l. 79694 

A Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regula- 
tions of the United Society called Shakers. ... Albany: Printed by 
Packard and Van Benthuysen. 1830. 8vo, pp. 23. 79^95 

A Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regula- 
tions of the United Society of Believers, called Shakers. Printed 
at Albany in the year 1830, and now reprinted, with sundry 
improvements suggested by the Author. JVatervliet., Ohio. 1832. 
i2mo, pp. 36. ygbgS 

A Brief Exposition of the Established Principles and Regula- 
tions of the United Society of Believers called Shakers. Im- 
proved Edition. ... Albany: Printed by Hoffman and White. 1834. 
l2mo, pp. 36. M. -j- Canterbury., N. H. 1843. i2mo, pp. 37. 
BA. ■\- New York: Printed by Edward O. Jenkins. 1846. l2mo, 
pp. 36. + Hartford. 1846. l2mo, pp. 36. -|- Hartford : Press 
of Elihu Geer. MDCCCL. l2mo, pp. 36. -^New-York: Printed 
by Edward O. Jenkins. 185 1. l2mo, pp. 30. 19^91 

A Brief Exposition of the Fanaticism, False Doctrines, and 
Absurdities of the People called Shakers ; contained in their own 
Religious Creed, or Confession of Faith, as published by them- 
selves. By an Enquirer after Truth. Poughkeepsie. 1822. 8vo, 
pp. 24. 79698 



SHAKERS. 349 

Circular Letter in defence of the United Society of Believers, 
commonly called Shakers ; with a reply to correspondents by 
Lorenzo D. Grosvenor, Harvard, Mass., 1849. ["• P- ^^49-] 
i2mo. BM. 79699 

A Concise Answer to the General Inquiry, who, or what are 
the Shakers. [In verse.] Union Village^ Ohio. 1823. i2mo. 
+ First Printed at Union Village^ Ohio. 1823. Reprinted at En- 
field.^ N. H. 1825. l6mo, pp. 14. H. ~\- Printed at Stockbridge. 
1826. i6mo, pp. 16. -|- Hartford. 1835. i6mo. 79700 

Condition of Society; and its only Hope, in obeying the Gos- 
pel as now developing among Believers in Christ's Second Appear- 
ing. Union Village., O. 1847. i6mo, pp. 120. 797^1 

A Declaration of the Society of People (commonly called 
Shakers), showing their reasons for refusing to aid or abet the 
cause of war and bloodshed. ... Albany: Printed by E. and E. 
Hosford. 18 1 5. 8vo, pp. 20. B. -f- Hartford: Printed by Hud- 
son and Goodwin. 18 15. 8vo, pp. 23. H. 79702 

A Discourse on the Order and Propriety of Divine Inspiration 
and Revelation ; ... Also, a Discourse on The Second Appearing 
of Christ ... By William Leonard. Harvard., Mass.., Published 
by the United Society.. 1853. i2mo, pp. 88. 797^3 

The Divine Book of Holy and Eternal Wisdom, revealing the 
Word of God, out of whose mouth goeth a sharp word. Written 
by Paulina Bates. Published by the Society called " Shakers." 
Canterbury., N. H. 1849. -^ vols, in one, 8vo. c. 79704 

Extract from an Unpublished Manuscript on Shaker History 
(by an eye-witness), giving an accurate description of their Songs, 
Dances, Marches, Visions, Visits to the Spirit Land, etc. Bos- 
ton : E. K.Allen. 1850. l2mo, pp. 48. H. 79705 

Improved title of No. 23501, Vol. vi. 

A Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book ; from the Lord 
God of Heaven, to the Inhabitants of Earth : Revealed in the 
United Society at New Lebanon .... Part i. ... Canterbury., N. 
H. 1843. ^v°? PP- ^''1 22^1 (3)- "• 191^^ 

Part II. Being a Sequel or Appendix to the Sacred Roll and 
Book, to the Nations of the Earth ; containing the testifying 
seals of some of the Ancient Prophets and Holy Angels, with the 
Testimonies of Living Witnesses, of the marvelous work of 



350 SHAKERS. 

God, in his Zion on earth. Printed in the United Society^ Canter- 
bury^ N. H. 1843. ^^°5 PP- {^)-> 223-402, (2). H. 79707 

A Holy, Sacred and Divine Roll and Book ; from the Lord 
God of Heaven, to the Inhabitants of Earth : Revealed in the 
United Society at New Lebanon, County of Columbia, State of 
New York, United States of America. Read and understand all 
ye in mortal clay. In Two Parts. Received by the Church of 
this Communion, and published in Union with the same. Printed 
in the United Society^ Canterbury^ N. H. 1843. ^ parts in one vol. 
8vo, pp. vii, 402, (3). 79708 

" The publishers of this work, feel that it is their duty to say unto all who may read 
the contents of the same, that in the compilation and arrangement of it, they have 
copied the style in which it was originally written by the pen of inspiration ; that the 
subject matter is preserved entire, and whereever supply words have been added to the 
original matter, they are enclosed in brackets. The contents of each chapter, and a 
part of the leading captions have been added also for convenience sake." 

"As this is the fir it printed book ever issued by the United Society at Canterbury, 
among whom there is no regular printer, the mechanical execution may not be perfect 
in all respect." — Ad-vertiiement. 

Indoctum Parliamentum. A Farce, in one act and a beautiful 
variety of scenes, [n. p. 1818.] i2mo, pp. 7. 797^9 

The Brinley copy (No. 6409) contained a manuscript note, apparently written by 
Judge Gabriel Furman, of Brooklyn, stating that " the annexed pamphlet refers to a 
law which was made by the Legislature of New York, March 14, 18 18, on the peti- 
tion of Eunice Chapman, to have the marriage contract between her and her husband 
dissolved," etc. "Among the characters introduced in the Farce are 'General Radix' 
(Erastus Root), his ' dis-orderly Sergeant' (Dr. Sergeant), 'Lucifer' (Michael Uls- 
hoeffer), ' Lignum' (Speaker Wood), etc." — J. H. Trumbull. See alio Vol. in., Nos. 
II975, II976. 

Investigator ; or, A Defence of the Order, Government & 
Economy of the United Society called Shakers, against sundry 
Charges & Legislative Proceedings. Addressed to the Political 
World. By the Society of Believers at Pleasant Hill, Ky. Lex- 
ington: K. Smith y Palmer. 1828. i2mo, pp. 47. 7971° 

Investigator, or, A Defence of the Order, Government and 
Economy of the United Society called Shakers, against sundry 
Charges and Legislative Proceedings. Addressed to the Political 
World. By the Society of Believers, at Pleasant Hill, Ky. ... 
Printed at Lexington.^ Ky. 1828. Reprinted., New-York. 1846. 
i2mo, pp. 84, 19. B., BA. 7971 1 

The nineteen pages at the end contain " Some Account of the Proceedings of the 
Legislature of New Hampshire in relation to the People called Shakers, in 1828." See 
alio Vol. IX., No. 37486, which is perhaps the cover-title of the same work. 



SHAKERS. 



351 



Juvenile Guide, or Manual of Good Manners, by Lovers of 
Youth. Canterbury^ N. H. 1844. Sm. 410. 79712 

Lo ! Here and Lo ! There, or The Grave of the Heart, by 
Dan. Mendon of Baltimore. New York. 1846. 8vo. 797^3 

An attack on the society of Shakers. 

The Memorial of the Society of People of Canterbury ... and 
Enfield ... commonly called Shakers, [n, p. 18 18.] 8vo, pp. 13 

Hee also Vol. xii., No. 4763a. 

Observations on the Natural and Constitutional Rights of Con- 
science in relation to Military Requisitions on the People called 
Shakers. [J/bany f 1816?] 8vo, pp. 24. B. jgjiS 

Part II. Being a Sequel. See No. 79707, supra. 

Peculiarities of the Shakers, Described in a Series of Letters 
from Lebanon Springs, in the year 1832. ... By a Visitor. New 
York: y. K. Porter. 1832. i8mo, pp. 116. c. 79716 

Plain Evidences by which the Nature and Character of the 
True Church of Christ may be known and distinguished from all 
others, taken from a book entitled "The Manifesto," ... By John 
Dunlavy, ... published at Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, 18 18. Albany. 
1834. i2mo, pp. 120. 79717 

Report of the Examination. See Vol. xvii.. No. 69858. 

Selection of Hymns and Poems for the use of the Believers. 
Collected from sundry Authors. By Philos Harmoniae. Water- 
vliet^ O. 1833. i6mo. 797^8 

Shaker Millennial Praise, containing a Collection of Gospel 
Hymns, in Four Parts, adapted to the Day of Christ's Second 
Appearing ... Hancock. 1813. i6mo. 797^9 

Some Account of the Proceedings. See No. 797 11, supra^ note. 

Some Lines in Verse about Shakers. Not published by Au- 
thority of the Society, so called. ... New York: William Taylor 
^ Co. 1846. 8vo, pp. 56. B. 79720 

A Summary View of the Millennial Church, or United Society 
of Believers, (commonly called Shakers.) Comprising the Rise, 
Progress and Practical Order of the Society ; together with the 
General Principles of their P'aith and Testimony. Published by 



352 SHAKERS. 

order of the Ministry, in union with the Church. ... Albany: 
Printed by Packard &' Fan Benthuysen. 1823. i2mo, pp. xvi, 320. 

The preface is signed by Calvin Green and Seth Y. Wells, and dated " New Leba- 
non, May 12, 1823." 

A Summary View of the Millennial Church, or United Society 
of Believers, commonly called Shakers, comprising the Rise, 
Progress, and Practical Order of the Society ; together with the 
General Principles of their Faith and Testimony. ... Second Edi- 
tion, revised and improved. Republished by the United Society, 
with the approbation of the Ministry. Albany: Printed by C. Van 
Benthuysen. 1848. i2mo, pp. viii, 384. 79722 

Testimonies concerning ... Mother Ann Lee. See [Wells 
(Seth Y.)] 

The Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing containing A 
General Statement of all things pertaining to the Faith and Prac- 
tice of the Church of God in this Latter-Day. Published in 
Union: by order of the Ministry. Lebanon^ State of Ohio : from 
the Press of John M' Clean., Office of the Western Star. 1 808. 
i2mo, pp. 600, (2), errata (i). 797^3 

The first edition of the so-called " Shaker Bible," the authorship of which has been 
attributed to Benjamin S. Youngs, David Barrow, Calvin Green and John Meacham. 
The preface is dated at Lebanon, 1st of 12th month (December), 1808. Mr. Brinley's 
copy sold for $16. 

The Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing ; Containing a 
General Statement of all things pertaining to the Faith and Prac- 
tice of the Church of God in this Latter- Day. Albany : Published 
by the United Society called Shakers. 1808. i2mo, pp. 620. 

The Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing ; Containing a 
General Statement of all things pertaining to the Faith and Prac- 
tice of the Church of God in this Latter-Day. Published by 
order of the Ministry in union with the Church. ... Second Edi- 
tion, corrected and improved. Albany: Printed by E. and E. Hos- 
ford. 1810. i2mo, pp. xxxviii, 620, (2). ba. 79725 

At the end are two pages of "A Poem, containing a short Abridgement of the fore- 
going Testimony." 

The Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing ; containing a 
General Statement of ... the Faith and Practice of the Church 
of God in this Latter Day. ... Third Edition, corrected and 
improved. Union Village., Ohio : B. Fisher and A. Burnett., Print- 
ers. 1823. i2mo, pp. xvii, 573, (3). BA. 79726 



I 



SHALER. 353 

Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing, exemplified by the 
Principles and Practice of the True Church of Christ, History 
of the Progressive Work of God, extending from the Creation 
of Man to the " Harvest," comprising the four great Dispensa- 
tions now consummating in the Millennial Church. ... Anti- 
christ's Kingdom, or Churches contrasted with the Church of 
Christ's first and second appearing ... Published by the United 
Society called Shakers. Fourth Edition. \_Jlbany ? 1856.?] 
i2mo, pp. xxiv, 631, (i). B., BA. 79727 

Shakspear, pseudon. Modern Characters for 1778. By 
Shakspear. London : Printed^ Sold by D. Brown. 1778. l2mo. 
-f Second Edition. [^Ibid.~\ 1778. i2mo, pp. 80. P. 79728 

Shakspeare (W.) The I Plays and Poems | of | William Shak- 
speare. | Corrected from the latest and best | London editions, with 
notes, by | Samuel Johnson, l.l.d. | To which are added, j A Gloss- 
ary I and the | Life of the Author. | Embellished with a striking 
likeness from the] collection of his Grace the Duke of Chandos. | 
First American Edition. | Vol. 1. 1 Philadelphia : \ Printed and sold by 
Bioren iff Madan. \ M DCC xcv. | i2mo, pp. (4), iii-xlviii, 384. 
Portrait. L. 79729 

The portrait of Shakspeare bears the inscription : " Engraved by R. Field, from the 
original Picture, in the Collection of the Duke of Chandos. /. S. s." This " First 
American Edition" of Shakspeare 's works is very rare. The other volumes are as fol- 
lows : Vol. 11., M DCC xcv, pp. 412 ; Vol. in., M dcc xcv, pp. 432 ; Vol. iv., m dcc xcvi, 

pp.447; Vol. v., M dcc XCVI, pp. 392; Vol. VI., M dcc XCVI, pp. 388; Vol. VII., MDCC- 

xcvi, pp. 452; Vol. VIII., M DCC XCVI, pp. 304, Poems 128. l. 

Mr. William Kelby informs me that the prospectus of this edition, dated " Philadel- 
phia, Dec. 16, 1794," appeared in " Dunlap and Claypoole's American Daily Adver- 
tiser," Dec. 22, 1794, No. 4899, with the following heading: " Shakspeare's Works.) 
First American Edition by|Mountford, Bioren & Co.|ProposaIs for Printing by Subscrip- 
tion, the whole|Dramatic Works|of William Shakspeare, in eight duo-|decimo volumes, 
from Jones's Dublin Edition." See also the Brinley catalogue. No. 7185. 

Shaler (C.) An Address delivered on the Fourth July, 1835, 
to the Citizens of Elizabeth ... assembled to celebrate the fifty- 
ninth Anniversary of American Independence. By Charles Sha- 
ler, Esq. ... Pittsburgh. 1835. 8vo, pp. 16. B. 79730 

Shaler (W.), h. 1778, d. 1833. Sketches of Algiers, Polit- 
ical, Historical, and Civil. Containing an account of the geog- 
raphy, population, government, revenues, commerce, agriculture, 
arts, civil institutions, tribes, manners, languages, and Recent 
Political History of that country. By William Shaler, American 
Consul General at Algiers. Boston : Cummings^ Milliard., and 
Company. 1826. 8vo, pp. viii, 310. ba., c. 79731 



354 SHAMOKIN. 

Mr. Shaler was also the author of a " Communication on the Language, Manners, 
and Customs of the Berbers or Brebers of Africa, in a series of letters to Peter S. 
Duponceau," printed in the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, and 
issued separately, Philadelphia, 1824, 410. 

Shall a Great Nation go abroad to Pay its Interest ? [n. p.] 
1870. 8vo. 79732 

Shall I go to War. See [Erskine (John)], Vol. vi., No. 22792 

... Shall our Government act, or refrain from acting, in Mex- 
ican Affairs ? [n. p. 1866.] 8vo, pp. II. H. 79733 

Shall our Ocean Mail Service be performed by foreign steam- 
ships ? And will an American Congress by their actions, decide 
that " England shall be Mistress of the Seas ? " Baltimore : 
Printed by John IV. Woods. 1857. 8vo, pp. 18. H. 79734 

Shall the Freedmen be admitted to the Right of Suffrage. 
By a Member of the Richmond Bar. Augusta., Ga. : James N. 
Ells. 1865. 8vo, pp. 133, and covers. 79735 

Shall the People or the Politicians decide the Issue ? [n. p.] 
1864. 8vo. 79736 

Shall We Have an Armistice? [^Washington. 1864.] 8vo, 
PP- 6, (i). 79737 

Shall we suffocate Ed. Green ? See [Redpath (James)], Vol. 
XVI., No. 68530. 

Shallus (F.) Chronological Tables for every Day in the 
Year. Compiled from the most Authentic Documents. By 
Francis Shallus. ... Philadelphia : Merritt., Printer. 18 1 7. 2 vols, 
in one, i2mo, pp. 348 ; 349-596- 7973^ 

The Sham Beggar. A Farce. Philadelphia : Andrew Steuart. 
1762. 79739 

Title from Hildeburn. 

The Sham Patriot Unmasked. See [Sampson (Ezra)], Vol. 
xviii., Nos. 75929, 75930, and add: + Middletown. [1802.] 
l2mo, pp. 92. -|- Concord : George Hough. 1805. 8vo. 

Shamokin, Penn. Report of the Proceedings and Speeches 
at the Dedication of Coal Estates for the benefit of the poor ; a 
free college and African colonization, at Shamokin, Northumber- 
land County, Pennsylvania, on the 22d of December, 1854. 
Philadelphia : McLaughlin Brothers. 1855. 8vo, pp. 31. B., s. 



SHANKS. 



355 



Report of the Managers of the Shamokin Valley and Potts- 
ville Railroad Company. To the Stockholders. May 3d, 1858. 
Philadelphia : King &' Baird^ Printers. 1858. 8vo, pp. 13, (i). 
Continued. 79742 

The Shamrock or Hibernian Chronicle ... New York. 1810— 
1813. 3 vols., 8vo. 79743 

Edited by Edward Gillespy, and published from Dec. 16, 1810, to June 5, 181 3. 

Shanafelt (J. R.) The End to the Slavery Controversy. 
By the Rev. J. R. Shanafelt, Pittston, Luzerne Co., Pa. Phila- 
delphia : C. Sherman^ Son & Co.^ Printers. 1864. 8vo, pp. 16. B, 

Shand (P. J.) Oration delivered before the Revolution and 
Cincinnati Societies of Charleston, South-Carolina, on the fifth 
of July, 1830. By Peter J. Shand ... Charleston: Printed by A. 
E. Miller. 1830. 8vo, pp. 20. B. 79745 

Shane (J. D.) The Bush in the Flame ; A Sketch of the 
Immigrant Church. A Sermon preached before the ... Presby- 
tery of West Lexington, at the opening of their Sessions at 
Mount Horeb, September i, 1858. By J. D. Shane. ... Cincin- 
nati: John D. Thorpe. 1858. 8vo, pp. 27. B. 79746 

[Shangar (Marcus).] Letter to the Rev. John Tucker of 
Newbury, upon his Remarks on a Discourse of the Rev. Jona. 
Parsons, delivered the 5th of March, 1774. \_Boston :^ America 
[New England^. 1775. 8vo, pp. 17. N. 79747 

Signed : " Marcus Shangar." 

Shank (D.) Rise and Progress of Methodism in Cobleskill 
Centre, Schoharie County, N. Y. By David Shank. Albany., N. 
r. : J. Munsell. iS6^. 8vo, pp. 8. -^ [Ibid.] 1864. 8vo, pp. 8. 

Shanklin (J. M.) Between two Parallels. A Lecture ... 
before the Philomathean Society of Indiana University. By 
James M. Shanklin, of Evansville, Ind. July loth, i860. Evans- 
ville. i860. 8vo, pp. 24. B. 79749 

Shanks (G. H.) Freedom and Slavery. An Explanation of 
the Principles and Issues involved in the American Conflict, and 
the Duty of the People of Britain in relation to that momentous 
Struggle. By Rev. G. H. Shanks. Belfast: William McComb. 
[186-?] 8vo, pp. 63. 1915^ 

Shanks (J. P. C.) Indian Affairs. Speech of Gen. John 
P. C. Shanks, of Indiana, in the House of Representatives, on 



356 SHANNON. 

April 13, 1872. IVashington City: Judd & Detweiler. 1872. 
8vo, pp. 30. H. 79751 

Shanks. Recognition of Crete. Speech of Hon. John P. 
C. Shanks, of Indiana, in the House of Representatives, January 
7, 1869. [^IVashington. 1869.] 8vo, pp. 8. H. 79752 

Shanks. Speech of Gen. J. P. C. Shanks, of Indiana, on 
Treatment of Prisoners of War ... before the Grand Army of 
the Republic, Washington, D. C, March 19, 1870 ... [Wash- 
ington. 1870.] 8vo, pp. 16. H. 79753 

Shanks. Vindication of Major General John C. Fremont, 
against the attacks of the Slave Power and its Allies. By Hon. 
John P. C. Shanks, of Indiana, in the House of Representatives, 
Tuesday, March 4, 1862. Washington., D. C. : Scammell ^ Co.., 
Printers. 1862. 8vo, pp. 21. B. 79754 

Shanks (W. F. G.), b. 1837. Personal Recollections of Dis- 
tinguished Generals. By William F. G. Shanks. New Tork : 
Harper ^ Brothers. 1866. i2mo, pp. 352. Woodcuts. -{-Lon- 
don: Sampson Low. 1866. i2mo, pp. 352. Portraits. 79755 

Shanly (C. D.), b. 1811,^/. 1875. The Truant Chicken. 
[In verse.] By Charles D. Shanly. Illustrated by H. L. Ste- 
phens. New York and Boston. 1867. Sm. 4to. 7975^ 

Also: A Jolly Bear and his Friends. [In verse.] ... Neiv Tork. 1867. Sm. 410. 
— The Monkey of Porto Bello. [In verse.] ... Neiv Tork. 1867. Sm. 4to, pp. 6. 

Shanly (W.), b. 18 19. Report of Walter Shanly, Esq. on 
the Ottaw^a Survey. ... Printed by Order of the Legislative 
Assembly. Toronto. 1858. 8vo, pp. 56. s. ']<^']S1 

Shanly. Report on the Ottawa and French River Naviga- 
tion Project. By Walter Shanly, Civil Engineer. ... Montreal: 
Printed by John Lov ell. 1 863. 8vo, pp. 56. Map. B. -f Second 
Edition. \Ibid.'\ 1863. 8vq, pp. 56. Map. 7975^ 

Also: Report on the Toronto and Guelph Railway. ... Toronto. 1852. 8vo. — 
Report on Toronto Harbour. ... Toronto. 1853. 8vo. 

Shannon (G.) Speech of George Shannon, Esq. On the 
Resolution for the Removal of Judge Clark from Office on 
account of his decision in the Bourbon Circuit Court against 
the Constitutionality of the Endorsement and Replevin Laws. 
[Frankfort., Ky. : Printed by Kendall ^ Russell. 182- ?] 8vo, pp. 
19' BA. 79759 



SHANNON. 357 

Shannon (I. N.) Divine Providence in American History 
and Politics. A Discourse delivered in the Second Presbyterian 
Church, New-Brunswick, N. J., July 4, 1852. By Rev. Isaac 
N. Shannon, Pastor of said Church. ... New-Brunswick: A. 
Ackerman. 1852. 8vo, pp. 24. B., s. 79760 

Shannon. The Professional Scholarship demanded by the 
Age. An Address delivered before the Alumni of Jefferson Col- 
lege, August 6th, 1856. By Rev. Isaac N. Shannon ... Pitts- 
burgh : Printed by 'John T. Shyrock. 1856. 8vo. 797^1 

Shannon (J.) Address on Education before the Two Houses 
of the General Assembly of Missouri. By James Shannon. 
Jefferson. 1 85 1. 8vo. 79762 

[Shannon.] An Address delivered before the Pro-Slavery 
Convention of the State of Missouri, Held in Lexington, July 
13, 1855, on Domestic Slavery, as examined in the Light of 
Scripture, of Natural Rights, of Civil Government, and the Con- 
stitutional Power of Congress. ... St. Louis.^ Mo. 1855. 8vo, 
pp. 32. 79763 

Shannon. The Philosophy of Slavery, as identified with the 
Philosophy of Human Happiness. An Essay. By James Shan- 
non ... Frankfort., Ky,: A. G. Hodges ^ Co. 1849. 8^°» PP- S^* 
-}- [Third Edition.] Cincinnati. 1854. 8vo, pp. 40. B. J()y6^ 

[Shannon (Mrs. Mary Eulalie Fee).] Buds, Blossoms, and 
Leaves ; Poems by Eulalie \_pseudon.^. Cincinnati : Moore, JVils- 
tach iff Keys. 1854. i2mo, pp. vii, 194. c. 79765 

Shannon (T. B.) Abolition of Slavery. Speech of Hon. 
Thomas B. Shannon, of California, ... in the House of Repre- 
sentatives ... June 14, 1864. \_JVashington. 1864.] 8vo, pp. 8. 

Shannon (William). Narrative of the Proceedings of the 
Orangemen of Kingston during the visit of H. R. H. the Prince 
of Wales. ...Kingston, i860. 8vo, pp. 50. 797^7 

Shannon. The United Empire Minstrel, with a chronolog- 
ical table of National Events. ... Toronto. 1852. 8vo, pp. 300. 

The Shannon and the Chesapeake : A Poem. ... London : 
Printed by T. C. Hansard., for C. Cradock and W. Joy. 18 13. 8vo, 
pp. 24. BA. 79769 

VOL. XIX. 513 



358 SHARP. 

Shantz (J. Y.) Relation d'un voyage a Manitoba, par J. Y. 
Shantz ; accompagnee d'une analyse de L'Acte concernant les 
Terres de la Puissance, et d'un extrait du pamphlet public par le 
gouvernement at [j/V] sujet de Manitoba. Public par le Departe- 
ment de 1' Agriculture, Ottawa. Ottawa : hnprime par Robertson^ 
Roger y Cie. 1873. 8vo, pp. 30, (i), and covers. L. 79770 

Shapley (E. C.) Legal Guide for Oil Companies and Stock- 
holders ; including a Digest of the Mining Laws of Pennsyl- 
vania. By E. Cooper Shapley, Jr. Philadelphia. 1865. Svo. 

Sharan (J.) The Adventures of James Sharan : compiled 
from the Journal, written during his Voyages and Travels in the 
Four Quarters of the Globe. ... Baltbnore : Printed by G. Dobbin 
&' Alurphy. 1808. i2mo, pp. 225, (2), subscribers' names (12). 

Sharland (G.) Knapsack Notes of General Sherman's 
Grand Campaign through the State of Georgia, the Empire State 
of the South. By George Sharland. Spring field., III. : Johnson 
y Bradford. 1865. Svo, pp. 68. c. 79773 

Sharp (A.) Voyages aux Terres Magellaniques, par Andre 
Sharp, traduit de I'Anglais. Rouen. 1712. i2mo. 1911^ 

Title from Boucher de la Richardlere, vi. 396. 

Sharp (A.), pseudon. \j. e. David Rittenhouse]. The | Con- 
tinental I Almanac, | [Engraving] | for the | Year of our Lord, 
1 781 : 1 ... I By Anthony Sharp, Philom. | Philadelphia : | Printed and 
sold by Francis Bailey.,\ ...\ [1780.] l2mo, pp. (36). B. 79775 

Sharp. The | Continental | Almanac, | [Engraving] | for the | 
Year of our Lord, 1782: | Being the Second after Leap-Year. | 
The Seventh Year of American Independence. | By Anthony 
Sharp, Philom [?". e. David Rittenhouse]. | Philadelphia : | Printed 
and Sold by Francis Bailey^ in \ Market-street., between Third and 
Fourth-streets. \ [1781.] Sm. 8vo, pp. (36). H.s.P. 79776 

Title from Hildeburn. Continued to 1785 or later. 

Sharp. The Continental Pocket Almanac for 1781. By 
Anthony Sharp [/. e. David Rittenhouse]. Philadelphia : Francis 
Bailey. 1780. l8mo. 79111 

Also for 1782. 

Sharp. Der Gantz Neue Verbesserte| Nord-Americanische| 
Calender I Auf das I785ste Jahr Christi, | Welches ein gemein 
Jahr vqh 365 Tagen ist. | Und enthalt, ] Die Wochen- Monaths- 



SHARP, 359 

Namen- Feyer und andere dem Land- [man zu wissen nutzliche 
und merkwiirdige Tage ; des Monden Auf- und | Untergang ; 
seine Zeichen, Grade und Viertel ; die Aspecten der PIa-|neten, 
samt der Witterung ; des Sieben-gestirns Aufgang, Sud-|platz 
und Untergang ; Auf- und Untergang der Sonnen ; nebst | der 
P luth oder dem Hohen Wasser zu Philadelphia ; | Und andere 
gewohnliche Calender-Arbeit. | Wie auch : | Verschiedene ange- 
nehme Poetische Stiicke ; Geschichten, &c. &c. | Berechnet vor- 
nemlich nach der Pennsylvanischen Himmels-Gegend ; | Jedoch 
in den angrenzenden Landschaften ohne merklichen Unterscheid 
zu gebrauchen. | Zum Zehndenmal herausgegeben | und verfertiget 
von Anthony Sharp, Philom [/'. e. David Rittenhouse]. | Lancaster^ 
Gedruckt und xu Jinden by Francis Bailey^ in der Koenigs-strasse. | ... | 
[1784.] Sm. 4to, pp. (36). 79778 

First issued for 1776. The almanac for 1779 appeared under the real name of the 
compiler, David Rittenhouse. See Hildeburn's " Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania," 
No. 3807. 

Sharp. The Lancaster Almanac for ... 1776. By Anthony 
Sharp, Philom [i.e. David Rittenhouse]. Lancaster: Francis 
Bailey. [1775.] i2mo, pp. (36). 79779 

Continued to 1780, and afterwards as "The Continental Almanac," supra. 

Sharp. The | Lancaster | Pocket Almanack, | For the Year 
1778. 1 Being the Third Year of American | Independency. | Fitted 
to the use of Pennsylvania, and the neighbouring States. | Con- 
taining I A [ variety of useful Lists and | Tables. | By Anthony 
Sharp, Philom [z. e. David Rittenhouse]. | Lancaster: [ Printed by 
Francis Baiky^ | who is removed from the North to | the South-Side of 
King-Street^\a few doors below the Market. \ [1777.] 24mo, pp. 
(24). H.s.P. 79780 

Title from Hildeburn. Continued to 1780, and afterwards as "The Continental 
Pocket Almanac," supra. 

Sharp (B.)., and others. The | Voyages | and | Adventures | of | 
Capt. Barth. Sharp | And others, in the | South Sea : | Being | A 
Journal of the same. | Also | Capt. Van Horn vi^ith his Buccanieres 
sur- 1 prizing of la Vera Cruz. To which is added | The true 
Relation of Sir Henry Morgan his Expedition against the Span- 
iards in the] West-Indies, and his taking Panama. [Together with 
I The President of Panama's Account of the same | Expedition : 
Translated out of Spanish. | And Col. Beeston's adjustment of 
the Peace be-|tween the Spaniards and English in the West 
Indies. | Published by P. A. Esq;. | London \ Printed by B. W.for 



360 



SHARP. 



R . H. and S. T. and are to be sold | by Walter Davis in Amen- Cor- 
ner. M DC Lxxx IV. I 8vo, pp. (24), 172. A ill eight, (a) in four, 
B-L in eights, and M in six. L. 79781 

Edited by Philip Ayres, whose initials appear on the title. The narrative of Capt. 
Sharp's adventures from April, 1680, to January, 1682, fills pp. 1-114; Captain Van 
Horn's taking of la Vera Cruz, 1683, pp. 115— 120; Capt. Carlisle's Adventures, etc., 
1683, pp. 121— 123; The true Relation of Admiral Henry Morgans Expedition against 
the Spaniards in the West-Indies, in the Year 1670, pp. 124-129; Of the taking the 
Castle of Chagre, 1670, pp. 130, 131 ; Admiral Morgan's Expedition against Panama, 
1671, pp. 132—144; Don Juan Perez de Guzman President of Panama, his Relation 
of the late Action of the English there in the West-Indies. Being a Letter intercepted 
by them, as it was going into Spain, and brought to Admiral Morgan. Rendrtd into 
English, out of the Spanish, 1670, pp. 145—159; The Relation of Colonel Beeston, 
his Voyage to Carthagena, for adjusting the Peace made in Spain, for the West-Indies, 
&c., 1671, pp. 160-172. 

See also Dampier (W.), Vol. v., Nos. 18373-90; Exquemelin (A. O.), Vol. vi., 
Nos. 23479-89; and Hacke (W.), Vol. vii.. No. 29473. 

Sharp (D.), b. 1783, d. 1853. Apostolick Mode of Preach- 
ing. A Sermon ... in Boston, before the Conference of Baptist 
Ministers, May 29, 1832. By Daniel Sharp .... Boston: Lincoln 
bf Edmands. [1832.] 8vo, pp. 16. B. 79782 



Sharp. Christian Mourning. A Discourse .. 
of Rev. Lucius Bolles, d.d. ... By Daniel Sharp. 

Kendall iff Lincoln, 1844. 8vo, pp. 44. 



at the Funeral 
Boston : Gouldy 

B. 79783 



Sharp. Counsels and Cautions. The Substance of an Ad- 
dress read before the Conference of Baptist Ministers in Massa- 
chusetts, at their Annual Meeting in Boston, May 27, 1835. By 
Daniel Sharp ... . Boston: Gould,, Kendall and Lincoln. 1835., 
8vo, pp. 16. H. 79784 

Sharp. A Discourse, pronounced before his Excellency 
William Eustis, Esq. Governor, The Honorable Council, and 
the two houses, composing The Legislature of Massachusetts, 
May 26, 1824. Being the Anniversary Election. By Daniel 
Sharp, Pastor of the Third Baptist Church in Boston. Boston : 
Printed by Order of the Legislature., True and Greene., Printers to the 
State. 1824. 8vo, pp. 24. h., M. -}- Second Edition. \^Ibid.~\ 
1824. 8vo, pp. 24. h. 79785 

Sharp. Hints on Modern Evangelism, and on the Elements 
of a Church's Prosperity: A Discourse, ... October 9, 1842. 
By Daniel Sharp. ... Boston: William D. Ticknor. m Dccc XLiii. 
8vo, pp. 24. B. 79786 

Sharp. Honor to whom Honor. A Tribute to the Memoiy 



SHARP. 361 

of the Hon. John Quincy Adams, delivered February 27, 1848. 
By Daniel Sharp ... . Boston: IVilliam D. Ticknor &' Company. 
MDCCCXLViii. 8vo, pp. 18. 79787 

Sharp. The Memory of the Just. A Discourse delivered 
in the First Baptist Meeting-House in Providence, August 20, 
1828, at the Interment of Rev. Stephen Gano, a.m. late Pastor 
of the Church. By Daniel Sharp ... . Boston: Printed by Lin- 
coln <3 Edmands. 1828. 8vo, pp. 20. B. 79788 

Sharp. Obedience to Magistrates inculcated. A Discourse 
... before the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company, June 
1, 1840, being the 202d Anniversary. By Daniel Sharp ... . 
Boston: Gould., Kendall and Lincoln. 1840. 8vo, pp. 28. H. 

Sharp. Obligation of Christians to the Heathen. A Ser- 
mon ... before the General Convention of the Baptist Denom- 
ination in the United States, ... Philadelphia, April 29, 1829. 
By Daniel Sharp ... . Boston: Printed by Lincoln & Edmands. 
[1829.] 8vo, pp. 24. BA. 79790 

Sharp. A People encouraging their Pastor. A Sermon ... 
in South Boston, before the Boston Baptist Association, Sep- 
tember 27, 1848. By Daniel Sharp ... . Boston: John Putnam., 
Printer. 1848. 8vo, pp. 16. h. jgjgi 

Sharp. Plea for Peace. A Discourse delivered on Fast Day, 
April 2, 1846. By Daniel Sharp .... Boston: IVilliam D. Tick- 
nor and Company, mdcccxlvi. 8vo, pp. 25. B. 'j()'j()i 

Sharp. Prosperity of a Church. A Sermon ... at the Ded- 
ication of the Meeting-house of the Oliver-street Baptist Church, 
New York, Sept. 21, 1845. ^y Daniel Sharp. New York: 
Lewis Colby ^ Co. mdcccxlvi. 8vo, pp. 24. H. 79793 

Sharp. Recognition of Friends in Heaven : A Discourse. 
By Daniel Sharp ... . Boston: 'John Putnain., Printer, [n. d.j 8vo, 
pp. 24. B. + Third Edition. \Ibid. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 24. B. 
-[- Fourth Edition. \Ibid. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 24. H. 79794 

Sharp. Recognition of Friends in Heaven. By Daniel 
Sharp, D.D. With a Memorial, by John Wayland, d.d. ... 
Boston: "James French & Company. 1857. ^vo, pp. 51. Portrait. 

Sharp. Reflections against the Baptists refuted. A Sermon 
delivered at the Dedication of the Baptist Meeting-House in 



362 SHARP. 

New-Bedford, Oct. 22, 1829. By Daniel Sharp ... . Second 
Edition. Boston : Printed by Lincoln ^ Edmands. [n. d.] 8vo, 
pp. 24. H. 79796 

For the first edition see No. 79800, infra. 

Sharp. Report of the Union Committee of the Sunday 
Schools of the Three Baptist Societies in Boston. Together 
with an Address, delivered at the General Meeting of the Schools, 
October 29th, 1817. By Rev. Daniel Sharp, a.m. Boston: 
Printed by Farnham and Badger. 1817. 8vo, pp. 23. BA. 79797 

Sharp. The Selection and Use of Acceptable Words. A 
Sermon ... at the Ordination of Mr. Ebenezer Thresher, Jr. to 
the Pastoral Charge of the First Baptist Church, Portland. By 
Daniel Sharp .... Portland: Printed by Day c^ Fraser. 1828. 8vo, 
pp. 18. h. 79798 

Sharp. A Sermon, preached at the Funeral of His Excel- 
lency William Eustis, Esq. late Governor of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, in presence of The Constituted Authorities of 
the State, February 11, 1825. ^7 Daniel Sharp ... . Boston: 
True and Greene., Printers. 1825. 8vo; pp. 22. 79799 

Sharp. A Sermon delivered at the Dedication of the Baptist 
Meeting House in this Town [New Bedford], Oct. 22d, 1829. 
By Daniel Sharp of Boston, [n. p.] 1829. 8vo. 79800 

For another edition see No. 79796, supra. 

Sharp. Sermons before The Oliver Street Baptist Church, 
New-York, on the Sabbath of their opening for public worship 
their new meeting-house, September 21st, 1845. By Daniel 
Sharp and William R. Williams. New-Tork : Lewis Colby i^ Co. 
MDCCCXLVi. 8vo, pp. 24, 38, and covers. 79801 

Sharp. Services at the Fortieth Anniversary of the Installa- 
tion of Rev. Daniel Sharp, d.d., as Pastor of the Charles-street 
Baptist Church, Boston, April 29, 1852. Boston: Ticknor., Reed., 
and Fields. M DCCC lh. 8vo, pp. 68. B., M. 79802 

Sharp. The Tendency of Evil Speaking against Rulers, 
illustrated in a Discourse delivered on Fast Day, in the Third 
Baptist Meeting House in Boston, April 3, 1828. By Daniel 
Sharp. ... Boston: Beals., Homer & Co. Printers. 1828. 8vo, pp. 
20. B. 79803 

Sharp. A Tribute of Respect to the Character and Memory 



SHARP. 363 

of Mr. Ensign Lincoln, who died Decennber 2, 1832. By Daniel 
Sharp .... Boston: Lincoln and Edmonds, [n. d.j 8vo, pp. 16. 

Sharp. Two Discourses on the Character of Rev. Thomas 
Chalmers, d.d. By Daniel Sharp. Worcester: Samuel Chism. 
[1847.] 8vo, pp. (2), 103-122. 79805 

Sharp. The Wisdom and Goodness of God, in our Calami- 
ties. A Discourse ... on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24, 1842. 
By Daniel Sharp ... Boston: William D. Ticknor. M Dccc XLiii. 
8vo, pp. 20. 79806 

Sharp (D.) Court-Martial of Major Daniel Sharp, First Bri- 
gade Pennsylvania Militia. Philadelphia. 1835. i2mo. 79807 

Sharp [Granville], b. 1734, </. 1813. Annual Parliaments,] 
the Ancient and most Salutary | Right | of the Commons of Great 
Britain. | Being an Extract from Sharp's " Declaration | of the 
People's Natural Rights to a Share in | the Legislature," printed 
in 1774, P. I 157 to 170. 1 Wherein is shewn, | that the Statutes of 
4 Edw. III. c. 14. and I 36 Edw. iii. c. 10. which ordain, "that] 
a Parliament shall be holden every Year | once, &c" must neces- 
sarily be under- 1 stood to mean, — A new Election of Representa- 
tives, " every Year once, | and more often if need be." | London : \ 
Printed by Galahin and Baker .^ in Ingram- \ Court, Fenchurch- Street. \ 

M.DCC.LXXX. I 8vO, pp. 25. H. 79808 

Sharp. An | Appendix | to the | Representation, | (Printed in 
the Year 1769,) | Of the | Injustice and Dangerous Tendency of 
To-|lerating Slavery, or of Admitting the | least Claim of Private 
Property in the | Persons of Men in England. | By Granville 
Sharp. fZoWow; | Printed for Benjamin White., [No. 63.) in Fleet- \ 
Street, and Robert Horsefield, (No. 22.) in \ Ludgate-Street. \ M DCC- 
Lxxii. I 8vo, pp. 28. BA., P. 79809 

Sharp. A | Declaration | of the | People's Natural Right | to a | 
Share in the Legislature ; | which is the | Fundamental Principle | 
of the I British Constitution of State. | By Granville Sharp. | ... | 
London :\ Printed for B. White, at Horace' s-He ad \in Fleet-Street. \ 

M.DCC.LXXIV. I 8vo, pp. 32. BA. 7981O 

Sharp. A | Declaration | of the | People's Natural Right | to a | 
Share in the Legislature, | which is the] Fundamental Principle] of 
the] British Constitution of State. | By Granville Sharp. | ... | Lo«- 



364 SHARP. 

don^ Printed : | Philadelphia., Reprinted \ And sold by 'John Dunlap^ at 
the Newest Printing-Office.,\in Market-Street. 1774. | 8vo, pp. 

21. P. 79811 

This title, and the one next following, are from Hildeburn's " Issues of the Press in 
Pennsylvania." 

Sharp. A | Declaration | of the] People's Natural Right] to a| 
Share in the Legislature, | which is the] Fundamental Principle] of 
the I British Constitution of State. ] By Granville Sharp. ]... | £<?«- 
don., Printed: ] Philadelphia.^ Reprinted \ And sold by Benjamin Towne., 
in Front-Street^ near\the Coffee-House. 1774.] 8vo, pp. 21. 

Sharp. A ] Declaration ] of the ] People's Natural Right ] to a | 
Share in the Legislature ; ] which is the ] Fundamental Principle j 
of the ] British Constitution of State. ] By Granville Sharp, j ... | 
London : Printed. \ New York : Re-printed by John Holt in ] Dock- 
Street. \m-dcci.xxiv.\ 8vo, pp. 16. H. 79813 

Sharp. A ] Declaration ] of the] People's Natural Right J to a| 
Share in the Legislature ; ] which is the ] Fundamental Principle j 
of the ] British Constitution of State. | By Granville Sharp.] ... j 
The Third Edition. ] London : Printed. ] Boston : ] Re-Printed and 
Sold by Edes and Gill., in ^een-Street. \ M.DCC.LXXiv. ] 8vo, pp. 

22. B., BA., W. 79814 

Sharp. A Declaration of the People's Natural Right to a 
Share in the Legislature ; which is the Fundamental Principle of 
the British Constitution of State. By Granville Sharp ... [n. p.] 
1774. 8vo, pp. 16. 79815 

Sharp. A ] Declaration ] of the] People's Natural Right] to a] 
Share in the Legislature ; ] which is the ] Fundamental Principle j 
of the ] British Constitution of State. ] By Granville Sharp.] ... | 
London : ] Printed for B. White., at Horace' s-Head \ in Fleet-Street. \ 

M.DCC.LXXIV.] 8vO, pp. (4), xl, 244. H. 79816 

Printed for private distribution only. See " Monthly Review," liii. 179. 

Sharp. A ] Declaration ] of the] People's Natural Right] to a 
Share in the Legislature ; ] which is the | Fundamental Principle 
of the ] British Constitution of State. ] By Granville Sharp.] ... 
The Second Edition. ] London : ] Printed for B. White., at Horace' s- 
Head., 1 in Fleet-Street, j m.dcc.lxxv. ] 8vo, pp. (4), xl, 244, Index 

245-279- ... . ^•' *^-' "• 79817 

Some copies were issued without the index. 



SHARP. 365 

Sharp. Extract | from a | Representation | of the | Injustice] 
and I Dangerous Tendency | of tolerating | Slavery, | or | Admitting 
the least Claim of private Pro- 1 perty in the Persons of Men in 
England. | By Granville Sharp. | London : Printed mdcclxix. | Phil- 
adelphia : Re-printed by Joseph Cruk- \ shank^ in Third-Street^ oppo- 
site the Work-house. \M-DCCl.'iLXl.\ Sm. 8vo, pp. 53. P. 79818 

Edited by Anthony Benezet. This edition was also appended to Benezet's " Some 
Historical Account of Guinea," printed at Philadelphia in the same year. See Vol. 11., 
No. 4689; and Hildeburn's "Issues of the Press in Pennsylvania," No. 2633. 

Sharp. Extract from a Representation of the Injustice and 
Dangerous Tendency of tolerating Slavery ; or Admitting the 
least Claim of private Property in the Persons of Men in Eng- 
land. By Granville Sharp. First printed in London, mdcclxix. 
\_Philadelphia Printed^ London: reprinted. 1772.] 8vo, title and 
pp. 147-198, Index (6). 79^19 

This is an appendix to the English reprint of Benezet's " Some Historical Account 
of Guinea." 

[Sharp.] Extract of a Letter to a Gentleman in Maryland ; 
Wherein is demonstrated the extreme wickedness of tolerating 
the Slave Trade, in order to favour the illegalities of our Colo- 
nies, where the Two First Foundations of English Law, (Two 
Witnesses of God) are supplanted by opposite (and of course 
illegal) ordinances, which occasions a Civil Death of the English 
Constitution, so that these Two Witnesses may be said to lie 
dead in all the West India Islands ! London : James Phillips. 
M.DCC.xciii. 8vo, pp. 14. 79820 

Signed at the end : " Granville Sharp." 

[Sharp.] A | General Plan | for laying out | Towns and Town- 
ships | on the New-Acquired Lands | in the [East Indies, America, 
I or elsewhere. I ... I [n. p. 1794.] 8vo, pp. 24. Plan. b. 

[Sharp.] A General Plan for laying out Towns and Town- 
ships on the New-Acquired Lands in the East Indies, America, 
or elsewhere ; In order to promote Cultivation, and raise the 
Value of all the adjoining Land, at the Price of giving gratis the 
Town-Lots, and, in some Cases (as in new Colonies), also the 
small Out-Lots, to the first Settlers and their Heirs so long as 
they possess no other Land ; and on equitable Conditions. First 
Printed in 1794. Second Edition, [n. p.] 1804. 8vo, pp. 24. 
Plan. 79822 

Sharp. The | Just Limitation of Slavery | in the | Laws of 
God, I compared with | The unbounded Claims of the African] 



366 SHARP. 

Traders and British American | Slaveholders. [ By Granville Sharp. 
I With a copious Appendix : | containing, | An Answer to the Rev. 
Mr. Thompson's Tract in | favour of the African Slave Trade. 
— Letters con-|cerning the lineal Descent of the Negroes from 
the I Sons of Ham. — The Spanish Regulations for the | gradual 
Enfranchisement of Slaves. — A Proposal] on the same Principles 
for the gradual Enfran- 1 chisement of Slaves in America. — Re- 
ports of De- 1 terminations in the several Courts of Lavi^ | against 
Slavery, &c. | ... | London: \ Printed for B. White^ in Fleet-Street^ 
and E. and C. \ Dilly^ in the Poultry. \ M.DCC.LXXVI. | 8vo, pp. (2), 
67, Appendix 107, (2). b., h., p. 79823 

Appendix i. has the following title : An Essay on Slavery, Proving from Scripture its 
Inconsistency with Humanity and Religion; By Granville Sharp. "With an intro- 
ductory Preface," (by a Gentleman of the Law, in West Jersey) "containing the Sen- 
timents of the Monthly Reviewers on a Tract, by the Rev. T. Thompson, in Favour 
of the Slave Trade." ... Burlington: West Jersey^ Printed, M, dcc. LXXiii. London: 
reprinted, 1 77 6. 

Sharp. The | Law of Liberty, | or, | Royal Law, | by which | 
all Mankind will certainly | be judged ! | Earnestly recommended 
to the I Serious Consideration! of all | Slaveholders and Slavedeal- 
ers. I By Granville Sharp. | ... | London : \ Printed for B. White., at 
Horace'' s-Head., in Fleet-Street., \ and E. and C. Dilly^ in the Poultry. 
|mdcclxxvi. I 8vo, pp. 55, H., p. 79824 

Sharp. The | Law | of | Passive Obedience, | or | Christian Sub- 
mission to Personal Injuries : | Wherein is shewn, that the several 
texts of scripture, | which command the entire submission of serv- 
ants or I slaves to their masters, cannot authorize the latter to | 
exact an involuntary servitude, nor, in the least degree, | justify 
the claims of modern slaveholders. | By Granville Sharp. |...) 
[^London: B. White. 1776.] 8vo, pp. 102, (l). H., P. 79825 

Sharp. The | Law | of | Retribution ; | or, | A Serious Warning | 
to I Great Britain and her Colonies, | Founded on unquestionable 
Examples of | God's Temporal Vengeance | against | Tyrants, 
Slave-holders, and Oppressors. | The Examples are selected from 
Predictions in the Old] Testament, of National Judgments, which 
(being I compared with their actual Accomplishment) demonstrate | 
" the sure Word of Prophecy," as well as the immediate | Inter- 
position of Divine Providence, to recompence | impenitent Nations 
according to their Works. | By Granville Sharp. | ... | ZoWow .* | 
Printed by W. Richardson., | For B. White., at Horace's Head., in 
Fleet Street; \ and E. and C. Dilly^ in the Poultry. \ mdcclxxvi. | 

8V0, pp. (4), 357. A., H, 79826 



SHARP. 367 

Sharp. Letter | from | Granville Sharp, Esq. | of | London,] to 
the I Maryland Society | for Promoting the | Abolition of Slavery,] 
and the I Relief of Free Negroes and others, Unlawfully | Held in 
Bondage. | ... | Baltimore: Printed by D. Graham^ L. Tundt^ and 
IV. Patton^ in Calvert-\ Street^ near the Court-House. \ m.dcc.xciii. | 
8vo, pp. II. H. 79827 

Sharp. Letter to Granville Sharp, Esq. on the proposed 
Abolition of the Slave-trade. London: J. Dehrett. 1788. 8vo. 

See "Monthly Review," lxxviii. 255. 

Sharp. A memorable Letter] from the j venerable Granville 
Sharp to Benjamin Franklin. ] [n. p. n. d.] 8vo, i page. h. 

On slavery. Dated: London, January 10, 1788. 

Sharp. A ] Representation ] of the ] Injustice and Dangerous 
Tendency ] of ] Tolerating Slavery ; ] or of ] admitting the least 
Claim ] of ] Private Property in the Persons of Men, ] in England. | 
In Four Parts. ] Containing, i. Remarks on an Opinion given in 
the year 1729, by the (then) Attorney General and Sollicitor 
General, concerning the Case of Slaves in Great Britain. 11. 
The Answer to an Objection, which has been made to the fore- 
going Remarks, in. An Examination of the Advantages and 
Disadvantages of tolerating Slavery in England. The latter are 
illustrated by some Remarks on the Spirit of the Plantation Laws, 
occasionally introduced in Notes, which demonstrate the Cruel 
Oppression, not only of Slaves, but of Free Negroes, Mulattoes, 
and Indians, and even of Christian White Servants in the British 
Colonies, iv. Some Remarks on the ancient Villenage, shewing, 
that the obsolete Laws and Customs, which favoured Oppression, 
cannot justify the Admission of the modern West Indian Slavery 
into this Kingdom, nor the least Claim of Property, or Right of 
Service, deducible therefrom. ] By Granville Sharp. ] London :\ 
Printed for Benjamin IVhite^ {No. 63) in Fleet-\ Street^ and Robert 
Horsefield., {No. 22) in \ Ludgate-Street. \ mdcclxix. ] 8vo, pp. 
(4), 167. ... "•' P- 79^30 

An appendix was published in 1772. See No. 79809, supra. 

Sharp. Serious Reflections on the Slave Trade and Slavery. 
By Granville Sharp. London: W. Calvert. 1805. i6mo, pp. 46. 

[Sharp.] A short ] Tract ] concerning the ] Doctrine ] of ] " Nul- 
lum Tempus occur- ]"rit Regi :"] shewing] the particular Cases 
to which it] is applicable ;] and ] that it cannot, according to Law, | 
be effectual ] for the J Recovery of Manors, Lands, or ] Tenements, 



368 SHARP. 

I alienated from the Crown. | London : | Printed in the Year M.DCC- 
Lxxix. I 8vo, pp. viii, 31. m. 79832 

Sharp. "The System of Colonial Law" compared with the 
Eternal Laws of God ; and with the indispensable principles of 
the English Constitution. By Granville Sharp. London : Printed 
by Richard Edwards. 1807. i6mo, pp. 20. c, H. 79833 

[Sharp.] Tracts, | containing the | Ancient and only True 
Legal] Means I of I National Defence | by a Free Militia. | ... | The 
Second Edition, j London: \ Printed in the Tear \ m.dcc.lxxxi. | 
8vo, pp. 95. M. 79834 

Sharp. Tracts, | concerning the | Ancient and only True 

Legal I Means of | National Defence, | by a | Free Militia. | ... | By 

Granville Sharp. | London: \ First printed in 178 1. | Third Edition., 

.1782, 1 /V Mr. Dilly^ Poultry ; ... | 8vo, pp. 141. B., h., m. 

In the *' Collections " of the Massachusetts Historical Society, vol. iii., pp. 162-166, 
are printed two letters of Granville Sharp, the rirst of which, addressed to Dr. Franklin, 
is " on the subject of American Bishops." 

Sharp (J.), b. 1817, ^. 1888. Petition and Remonstrance of 
Jacob Sharp on behalf of the Broadway Railway Association. 
Jan. 1853. [n- P- 1853.] ^vo, pp. 43. s. 79836 

Sharp. The Proceedings before Hon. D. P. Ingraham, at 
the ... Supreme Court, in the City of New York, in the case 
of Jacob Sharp, against the Mayor, Aldermen and Commonalty 
of ... New York ... . Reported by Elbridge T. Gerry ... . 
New York: Wtn. C. Bryant & Co.., Printers. 1859. ^vo, pp. 87. 

Sharp (J.) An Account of the Principle and Effects of the 
American Air-stove Grates. By James Sharp. Eleventh edition. 
London. [177-.''] 4to, pp. 18. M. 79838 

Sharp (J.) A | Sermon | Preached At | Trinity Church in New- 
York I in America, August 13. 1706. | At the Funeral of | The 
Right Honourable Katharine Lady | Cornbury, | Barroness [i/V] 
Clifton of Leighton Bromswold, &c. | Heiress to the most Noble 
Charles Duke of | Richmond and Lenox : | And | Wife of his 
Excellency Edward Lord Viscount | Cornbury, Her Majesties 
Captain General and | Governour in chief of the Provinces of 
New-York, I New-Jersey, and Territories depending there- 1 on in 
America, &c. | By John Sharp, a.m. Chaplain to the Queen's 
Forces I in the Province of New- York. | Printed and Sold by 



SHARP. 369 

William Bradford at the Bible in \ New-Tor k^ 1706. | Sm. 410, 
title, and pp. 20. h.s.p. 79839 

Title furnished by Mr. Charles R. Hildeburn. Mr. Menzies's copy sold for $38. 

Sharp. A | Sermon | Preached at | Trinity-Church in New- 
York, | in | America, | August 13. 1706.I At the I Funeral I Of the 
Right Honourable | Katherine Lady Cornbury, | Baroness Clifton 
of Leighton Bromswold, &c. Heiress to | The most Noble Charles 
Duke of Richmond and Lenox, | Wife to his Excellency Edward 
Lord Viscount Cornbury, | Her Majesty's Captain General, and 
Governor in Chief | of the Provinces of New-York, New- 
Jersey, and Terri- 1 tories depending thereon in America, &c. | ... 
I By John Sharp, A. M. Chaplain to the Queen's Forces in | the 
Province of New- York. | London : Printed and Sold by H. Hills^ in 
Black-fryars^ \ near the Water-side. For the Benefit of the Poor. \ 
[1706.?] 8vo, pp. 16. A., L. 79840 

Sharp. A Sermon Preached at Trinity-Church in New- 
York, in America, August 13. 1706. At the Funeral Of the 
Right Honourable Katherine Lady Cornbury, Baroness Clifton, 
of Leighton Bromswold, &c. Heiress to the most Noble Charles 
Duke of Richmond and Lenox, and Wife to his Excellency 
Edward Lord Viscount Cornbury, Her Majesty's Captain Gen- 
eral, and Governor in chief of the Provinces of New- York, 
New-Jersey, and Territories depending thereon in America, &c. 
By John Sharp, a.m. Chaplain to the Queen's Forces in the 
Province of New-York. London: Printed for J. Morphew. 1708. 
8vo, pp. 16. 79841 

Sharp (J. B.) The Anti-Corn-Law League and the Cotton 
Trade. By Joseph B. Sharp. London. 1844. ^^o- 79842 

Sharp (J.) Astronomical Calendar ; or, Farmers' Almanac, 
for 1823: being the third after Leap Year. ... With a variety 
of useful Information, intermixed with a few choice Titbits. By 
Joshua Sharp. Ithaca: Printed by J. P. Searing & Co. [1822.] 
Sm. 8vo, (15) leaves. b. 79843 

Also for 1827, Rochester, [n. d.] Sm. 8vo. 

Sharp. The Farmer's Almanac for ... 1818 ... Calculated 
by J. Sharp. Baltimore. [1817.] 8vo. 79844 

Sharp. Poor Robin's Almanac, for the Year of our Lord, 
1822, being the second after Bissextile or Leap Year, and the 
46, & 47 of American Independence. ... Calculated by Joshua 



370 SHARPE. 

Sharp. Philadelphia : Printed by D. Dickinsoti. [n. d.] Sm. 8vo, 
(i6) leaves. b. 79845 

See also Vol. i., No. 388 5^. 

Sharp (L. J.) Vindication of the Character of the late Col. 
Solomon P. Sharp, from the Calumnies published against him 
since his Murder by Patrick Darby and Jeroboam O. Beauchamp. 
By Leander J. Sharp. Frankfort : A. Kendall & Co. 1827. 8vo,' 
pp. 140- c. 79846 

" This book was suppressed by the family after it had been printed. All were 
destroyed, except twenty-five copies, which were hidden in a recess in the wall of the 
Sharp dwelling at Frankfort, in 1827. They were accidentally discovered in 1877 — 
fifty years afterwards." See Robert Clarke & Co.'s " Bibliotheca Americana," 1878, 
No. 1989. See a/so No. 79848, infra. 

Sharp (P. B.) The Reconstruction of the American Union; 
or, Confederation of North American Republics. By Pindar B. 
Sharp. June, 1863. [n. p, 1863.] i2mo, pp. 24, and covers. 

Sharp (S. P.) Beauchamp's Trial. A Report of the Trial 
of Jereboam O. Beauchamp, before the Franklin Circuit Court, 
in May, 1826, upon an Indictment for the Murder of Col, Solo- 
mon P. Sharp .... From shorthand notes taken during the Trial, 
by J. G. Dana and R. S. Thomas. Frankfort : Printed by Jlbert 
G. Hodges. [1826.] 8vo, pp. 153. B. 79848 

Corrected title of No. 18431, Vol. v. See also Vol. i., Nos. 41 59-41 62; and No. 
79846, supra. 

Sharp (T.) Catalogue of Provincial Copper Coins, Tokens, 
Tickets, and Medalets, issued in Great Britain, Ireland, and the 
Colonies, during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, 
described from the originals in the collection of George Chet- 
wynd, Bart. By Thomas Sharp. London. 1834. Rl. 4to. 

Sixty copies printed for private distribution, at the expense of Sir George Chetwynd. 

Sharp (W. S.) A Lecture on Political Morality. By Will- 
iam S. Sharp. Trenton., N. J. : Williain S. Sharp., Printer, [n. d.] 
8vo, pp. 21. H. 79850 

Sharp-Snout ; or, The Mysteries of the Trapper's Cave. By 
the Author of " Spotted Dan," etc. New York : G. Munro Iff Co. 
1867. i8mo, pp. 94. 79851 

Sharpe (Horatio). See Vol. xi.. No. 45095. 

Sharpe (Lynch Lawdon). The Viceroy's Dream ; or, The 
Canadian Government not " wide-awake," a mono-dramatico 
poem, [n, p.] 1838. 8vo. 79^52 



SHARSWOOD. 



371 



"It is in 5 scenes and appears to have reference to the Can. Rebellion of 1837-8. 
A copy is in the Bodleian Library, Oxford." — Morgan's Bibliotheca Canadcmis. 

Sharpe (W.) The Case of William Sharpe, Esq. ... Lon- 
don. 1712. 8vo. 79853 

Relates to the Island of Barbadoes. 

Sharpe (W. C.) Record of the Sharpe Family in England 
and America from 1580 to 1870. By W. C. Sharpe. Seymour.^ 
Comiect'icut. 1874. l6mo, pp. 33. 79^54 

Sharpe. Seymour and Vicinity: Historical Collections. By 
W. C. Sharpe. Seymour^ Connecticut : Record Print. 1878. 8vo, 
pp. 148. 79855 

Sharpe. Sharpe Genealogy and Miscellany. By W. C. 
Sharpe. Seymour; Conn. .^ Record Print. 1 880. l8mo. 79856 

Sharpless (J.) Family Record ; containing the Settlement, 
and Genealogy to the present time, of the Sharpless Family, in 
North America. With an Appendix, containing Memorials of 
the Dying Sayings, &c., of several Deceased Members of the 
Family, not before published. By Joseph Sharpless. Philadel- 
phia : Published and Sold by the Author.^ No. 30, Arch street : sold also 
by Kimber & Sharpless, No. 93, Market street. 18 16. l2mo, pp. 
132, Index 2 leaves. l^^Sl 

Sharpley (S.) Sam Sharpley's Iron-Clad Songster. New 
York. [1864.] i8mo. 79858 

Sharpstein (J. R.) A Digest of the American, English, 
Scotch and Irish Reports of Life and Accident Insurance Cases. 
By John R. Sharpstein, of the San Francisco Bar. San Francisco: 
Sumner., Whitney ^ Co. 1872. 8vo. 79^59 

Sharswood (G.), b. 1810, <^. 1883. Address delivered at the 
University of Pennsylvania, before the Society of the Alumni, on 
the occasion of their Annual Celebration, December loth, 1856, 
by the Hon. George Sharswood, ll.d. Philadelphia : King & 
Baird, Printers. 1857. ^^^5 PP* 37? ^"<^ covers. 79860 

Sharswood. Address delivered at the University of Penn- 
sylvania, before the Society of the Alumni, at their 119th Annual 
Celebration, January 18, 1869. By Hon. George Sharswood, 
LL.D, ... Philadelphia: De Armond & Goodrich, Printers. 1869. 
8vo, pp. 23. B. 70861 



372 SHATTUCK. 

Sharswood. The Common Law of Pennsylvania. A Lec- 
ture read before the Law Academy of Philadelphia, at the open- 
ing of the session of 1855-6. By Hon. George Sharswood, 
Provost of the Academy. Philadelphia: L. R. Bailey. 1855. 
8vo, pp. 30, and covers. 79862 

Sharswood. A Compend of Lectures on the Aims and 
Duties of the Profession of the Law. Delivered before the Law 
Class of the University of Pennsylvania. By George Sharswood 
... Philadelphia : T. &" J. IV. Johnson. 1854. 8vo, pp. 1 30. L. 

a later edition as follows : 

Sharswood. An Essay on Professional Ethics. By George 
Sharswood. ... Third Edition. Philadelphia: T. ^ J. W. John- 
son is' Co. 1869. i2mo, pp. 220. B. 79864 

Originally published under the title: "A Compend of Lectures," etc. 

Sharswood. Obituary Notice of Joel Jones, read before the 
American Philosophical Society, Oct. 5, i860. By George 
Sharswood. Philadelphia, i860. 8vo. 79865 

See also Vol. iv., No. 15586. 

Sharswood (W.), b. 1836. The Betrothed; or. Love in 
Death. A Play in Five Acts. By W. Sharswood. Philadel- 
phia. 1865. 8vo, pp. 79. 79866 

Sharswood. Elenore, a Drama ... Philadelphia. 1862. 8vo. 

Reissued as " The Betrothed," supra. 

Sharswood. The Miscellaneous Writings of William Shars- 
wood. Vol. I. Philadelphia. 1862. 8vo. 79868 

Sharts (J.) Eulogy on the Death of Capt. Abram Van 
Olinda, who fell at the Battle of Chapultepec, September 13, 
1847. Delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Albany, ... 
July 7, 1848, by Col. John Sharts. J lb any : Printed by Joel Mun- 
sell. 1848. 8vo, pp. 24. M. 79869 

Shattuck (G. C), b. 1783, d. 1854. Extract from the 
Will of George Cheyne Shattuck, deceased. Bequests to Socie- 
ties and to Trustees for the benefit of Societies. ... Boston. 
1854. 8vo, pp. 8. H. 79870 

Shattuck. Three Dissertations on Boylston Prize Questions, 
for the Years 1806 and 1807. By George Cheyne Shattuck, 
M.D. Being the Dissertations to which the Boylston Prize Medals 



SHATTUCK. 373 

were Adjudged. ... Boston : Farrand^ Mallory^ Co. 1808. 8vo, 
pp. 192. B. 79871 

Shattuck (G. C.) An Address ... at the Annual Com- 
mencement of the Medical School of Harvard University, ... 
March 6, 1861. By George C. Shattuck, m.d. ... Boston: 
David Clapp^ Printer. 186 1. 8vo, pp. 15, (l). BA. 79872 

Shattuck. An Introductory Lecture before the Medical 
Class of 1857-8 of Harvard University. By George C. Shat- 
tuck, M.D. ... Boston : Printed by David Clapp. 1857. 8vo, pp. 
29. B. 79873 

Shattuck. Reply to B. R. Curtis, on Executive Power. ... 
Yiom. the Boston Daily Advertiser, Oct. 22, 1862. Boston. 
1862. 8vo. 1^'^1\ 

Shattuck (J.) Report of the Committee of Claims ... on 
the ... Petition of Jared Shattuck ... Feb. 17, 1808. Washing- 
ton. 1808. 8vo, pp. 10. 79^75 

By D. Holmes. 

Shattuck (L.), b. 1793, d. 1859. ^ Complete System of 
Family Registration. ... By Lemuel Shattuck ... . Boston: Will- 
iam D. Ticknor. M D ccc XLI. 2 parts, 4to. B. 79876 

Shattuck. Contributions to the Vital Statistics of the State 
of New York, By Lemuel Shattuck, Esq. of Boston. [New 
York. 1850.] 8vo, pp. 28. A., B. 79877 

Shattuck. A History of the Town of Concord ; Middle- 
sex County, Massachusetts, from its earliest settlement to 1832; 
and of the adjoining towns, Bedford, Acton, Lincoln, and Car- 
lisle ; containing various notices of County and State History not 
before published. By Lemuel Shattuck, Member of the Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society. ... Boston: Russell., Odiorne., and Com- 
pany. Concord : John Stacy. 1835. 8vo, pp. viii, 392. Map. A. 

[Shattuck.] How shall we vote on the Water Act ? [Bos- 
ton. 1845?] ^vo, pp. 24. M. 79879 

Shattuck. Letter from Lemuel Shattuck in Answer to 
Interrogatories of J. Preston, in Relation to the Introduction of 
Water into the City of Boston. Boston : Samuel N. Dickinson., 
Printer. 1845. ^vo, pp. 40. A., BA. 79880 

VOL. XIX. 24 



374 SHATZEL. 

Shattuck. Letter to the Secretary of State, on the Registra- 
tion of Births, Marriages and Deaths, in Massachusetts. By 
Lemuel Shattuck. \_Bosto7t. 1845.] ^^o, pp. 42. ba. 79881 

Shattuck. Memorials of the Descendants of William Shat- 
tuck, the Progenitor of the Families in America that have borne 
his name ; including an Introduction, and an Appendix containing 
collateral information. By Lemuel Shattuck ... Boston : Printed 
by Dutton and Wentworth^ for the Family. 1855. ^^^5 PP- (^)i 
414. Portrait. a. 69882 

[Shattuck.] Report of a General Plan. See Vol. xi. 45986. 

Shattuck. Report to the Committee of the City Council 
appointed to obtain the Census of Boston for the Year 1845, 
embracing Collateral Facts and Statistical Researches, illustrating 
the History and Condition of the Population, and their Means of 
Progress and Prosperity. By Lemuel Shattuck. Boston : "John H. 
Eastburn., Printer. 1846. 8vo, pp. vii, 179, 95. Maps. A., B. 

[Shattuck,] Sanitary Survey of the Town of Attleborough. 
By the Chairman of the Commissioners appointed under a resolve 
of the Legislature of Massachusetts .... Boston: Printed by Dut- 
ton & Wentworth. 1 850. 8vo, pp. 32. A., B. 79884 

[Shattuck.] Sanitary Survey of the Town of Lawrence, by 
the Chairman of the Commissioners appointed under a Resolve 
of the Legislature of Massachusetts, relating to a Sanitary Survey 
of the State. ... Boston: Printed by Dutton is' Wentworth. 1850. 

8vO, pp. 23. A., B. 79885 

Shattuck. The Vital Statistics of Boston ; containing an 
Abstract of the Bills of Mortality for the last Twenty-nine 
Years, and a General View of the Population and Health of the 
City at other periods of its History. By Lemuel Shattuck. ... 
Boston. 1841. 8vo, pp. 35. B. -{- Philadelphia : Lea is' Blanch- 
ard. 1 841. 8vo, pp. 35. A., M. 79886 

Mr. Shattuck also prepared the following : Appendix to Fourth Annual Report to 
the Legislature relating to the Registry and Returns, of Births, Marriages, and Deaths 
in Massachusetts, 1844-4.5. Boston. 1845. 8vo. — Instructions to Town and City 
Clerks, etc., relating to Registration. Boston. 1849. 8vo. — Report on the Sanitary 
Survey of the State, made to the Legislature, March, 1849. [Boston. 1849.] 8vo. — 
Report on the Subject of the State Census of 1850. Boston. 1849. 8vo. See also 
Vol. XI., No. 46049. 

Shatzel (J.) The Mexican ... [In verse.] New York. 
1841. i6mo, pp. 124. 79887 



SHAVERS. 375 

Shaver (Mr.) North America No, 7. Papers relating to 
the Imprisonment of Mr. Shaver at Fort Warren in Boston Har- 
bor. ... London: Printed by Harrison and Sons. [1862.] Folio, 
pp. 9. BA. 79888 

Shaver (L. A.) A History of the Sixtieth Alabama Regi- 
ment, Gracie's Alabama Brigade. By Lewellyn A. Shaver. ... 
Montgomeij., Ala.: Barrett & Brown. 1867. 8vo, pp. 1 11. H. 

Shaver (The), pseudon. [/. e. Rev. John Macgowan], Priest- 
craft Defended. | A | Sermon | occasioned by the | Expulsion | of | Six 
Young Gentlemen | from the | University of Oxford. | For | Pray- 
ing, Reading and Expounding the Scriptures. | Humbly Dedicated 
to I Mr. V— C— r and the H— ds of H— s. | By Their Humble 
Servant, | The Shaver. | The Sixth Edition. | London Printed. [ Phil- 
adelphia.^ I Re-printed., and Sold., by WilUayn and Thomas Bradford \ 
At the London Coffee-House. | m.dcc.lxix. | 8vo, pp. v, 25. h.s.p. 
+ Supposed to be written by the late Dr. Franklin. ... The 
Nineteenth Edition. Litchfield. [1785?] i2mo, pp. 30. s. 

According to Halkett and Laing, the twenty-first edition, London, i8io, has the 
author's name. Other American editions as follows ; 

The Seventh Edition. London : Printed. Boston : Re- Printed, and Sold, hy Edes and 
Gill, in Siueen- Street, 1769. I2mo, pp. 24. h. 

The Tenth Edition. Newport, R. 1. 1770. i2mo. w. 

The Twelfth Edition, Corrected and much Enlarged. Neivport, Rhode- Island : Re- 
printed and Sold hy Solomon Southivick. 1770. i2mo, pp. 36. w. 

The Tenth Edition. London: Printed. Boston: Re-Printed, and Sold, by Edes and 
Gill, in Queen-Street. 1 77 1. i2mo, pp. 24. w. 

The Thirteenth Edition. London Printed. Neiv Ha-ven, Reprinted. [1771.] i2mo. 

The Seventeenth Edition. Boston, Re-printed. 1802. i2mo. 

The I Shaver's | New | Sermon | for the | Fast Day. | Respectfully 
inscribed | to the Rev. and Laborious Clergy | of the Church of 
England, | by their humble servant, | Pasquin Shaveblock, Esq. I 
Shaver Extraordinary. | [Curious woodcut.] | ... | London : \ Printed 
by IV. Taylor., Black Friars ; \ Sold by "J. Parsons., Paternoster Row. | 
•••I 1795- 1 8vo, pp. 25. BA. 79891 

The I Shaver's | New | Sermon | for the | Fast Day. | Respectfully 
inscribed | to the Rev. and laborious Clergy | of the Church of 
England, | by their humble Servant, | Pasquin Shaveblock, Esq. | 
Shaver extraordinary.] [Woodcut.] | ... | The Second Edition,] 
with a fresh stropt Razor. | London : \ Printed by W. Taylor., Black 
Friars ',\ ... | 1795.] i2mo, pp. (4), 30. B. + The Fourth Edi- 
tion. London. 1795. 8vo. 79^92 



376 SHAW. 

The Shaver's New Sermon for the Fast Day. Respectfully 
inscribed to the Rev. and Laborious Clergy of the Church of 
England. By their Humble Servant Pasquin Shaveblock, Esq., 
Shaver Extraordinary. New York : S. Hand^ and H. Garson. 
ijge. 8vo, pp. 23. j.c.B. 79893 

The Shaver's New^ Sermon for the Fast-Day. Respectfully 
inscribed to the Rev, and laborious Clergy of the Church of 
England. By their humble Servant, Pasquin Shaveblock, Esq. 
Shaver Extraordinary. To which is added Reflections on French 
Atheism and English Christianity. Sixth Edition. [Woodcut.] 
Philadelphia. 1796. 8vo, pp. 16. -\- J/bany. 1796. 8vo. 

Shaw (B.), and others. Trial of Benjamin Shaw, John Alley 
Junior, Jonathan BufFum, and Preserved Sprague, for Riots and 
Disturbance of Public Worship, in the Society of Quakers, at 
Lynn, Massachusetts, before the Court of Common Pleas, held 
at Ipswich, Massachusetts, March i6th, 1822. Salem: Cushing 
bf Appleton. 1822. 8vo, pp. 32. 79895 

This elicited : Review of the Trial ... with Remarks ... [n. p.] 182.3. 8vo. 

Shaw (B.) Illegality of Slavery. By Benjamin Shaw. [n. 
p. n. d.] 8vo, pp. 12. B. 79896 

Shaw (B. F.), and Allen (F. A.) A Comprehensive Geog- 
raphy, combining Mathematical, Physical, and Political Geogra- 
phy, with Important Historical Facts, designed to Promote the 
Normal Growth of the Intellect. By Benjamin F. Shaw and 
Fordyce A. Allen. Philadelphia : J. B. Lippincott & Co. 1865. 
4to, pp. 114. Illustrations. 79^97 

Shaw (C), b. 1782, d. 1828. A Topographical and Historical 
Description of Boston, from the first settlement of the town to 
the present period ; with some Account of its Environs. By 
Charles Shaw, Esq. Member of the American Antiquarian 
Society. ... Boston: Printed and Published by Oliver Spear. 18 17. 
i2mo, pp. 311, (i). 8 Plates. a., h. 79898 

See " North American Review," vi. 414. 

Shaw (C.) An Extensive System of Emigration considered ; 
with a Practical Mode of raising the necessary Funds. By 
Charles Shaw. Second Edition, with Additions. London. 1848. 
8vo, pp. 18. 79899 

[Shaw (Charles B.)] Is Slavery a Blessing.? A Reply to Pro- 
fessor Bledsoe's Essay on Liberty and Slavery : With Remarks 



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on Slavery as it is. By a Citizen of the South. 
Jewett & Co. 1857. ^^<^i PP- ^20. 



Boston : "John P. 
H. 79900 



Shaw (C. P.) Argument of Charles P. Shaw before the 
Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives, on the 
Claim of Wm. McGarrahan ... Washington. 1870. 8vo. 

Shaw (D.) An Elegy on the Death of Colonel Dan Shaw, 
late of Bradford, (Vt.) who departed this life November 14, 18 14. 
Also on the Death of his sister, Mrs. Patience Southworth, late 
Consort of Nathaniel Southworth, Esq. of Lime, (N. H.) who 
departed this life July 8, 18 14. By a Priend. Hanover: Printed 
by Charles Spear. 1815. 8vo, pp. 8. B. 79902 

Shaw (D.) The Banker's Code : A Compilation of Laws 
of the State of New York relating to Incorporated, Associated, 
and Individual Banks, National Banks, Saving Banks, Loan, 
Trust, Mortgage, Guaranty, Security, and Indemnity Companies 
... Compiled ... by Daniel Shaw ... . Albany: Weed., Parsons^ 
Co. 1874. 8vo, pp. 202. 79903 

Shaw (E.) A Short Sketch of the Life of Elijah Shaw, who 
served for Twenty-two Years in the Navy of the United States. 
... Rochester: Strorig ^ Dawson. 1843. i^mo, pp. 87. c. 

Shaw. a Short Sketch of the Life of Elijah Shaw, who 
served for Twenty-one years in the U. S. Navy, taking an active 
part in Four Different Wars between the United States & Foreign 
Powers: Viz. — i. With France in 1798 ; 11. With Tripoli from 
1802 to 1805 ; III. With England from 18 12 to 1816 ; iv. With 
Algiers from 181 5 to 18 16: and assisted in subduing the Pirates, 
From 1822 to 1824. And in 1843 entered on board the "Old 
Ship Zion," under a New Commander, being in the 73d year of 
his age. Third Edition. Rochester: E. Shepard.^ Printer. 1845. 
i6mo, pp. 63. 79905 



Shaw (E.) Memoir of Elder Elijah Shaw. 
With an Introduction by Elder D. Millard. 
Shaw. 1852. i2mo, pp. (4), 377. Portrait. 



By his Daughter. 

,.. Boston : L. y. 

79906 



Shaw (F.) Fred Shaw's American Diadem. [Songs.] Neiu 
York, [i860.] 32mo. 79907 

Also: Fred Sh.iw's Champion Comic Melodist. Neiu York. [i85o.] i8mo.— 
Fred Shaw's Dime American Comic Songster. Neiv York. [1860.J i8mo. 



^yS SHAW. 

Shaw (G.) Gus Shaw's Comic Song and Recitation Book. 
New York. i860. i8mo. 799o8 

Also: Gus Shaw's New Comic Songs. Philadelphia, [i860.] i8mo. — Gus Shaw's 
Original Comic Songs. New York. 1857. i8mo. 

[Shaw (Henry Wheeler), h. 1818, d. 1885.] Everyboddy's 
Friend ; or, Josh Billings' Proverbial Philosophy of Wit and 
Humor. Illustrated by Nast. Hartford: American Publishing 
Coinpany. [1876.''] 8vo. 799^9 

[Shaw.] Josh Billings' Farmer's Allminax for the Year ov our 
Lord 1874. Being the 98th Year ov Amerikan Liberty, and 
over 5 Thousand Years (if I don't disremember rong) since 
Adam did the Bizzness for us in the Gardin ov Eden. New 
York: Geo. W. Carleton & Co. 1873. 8vo, pp. 30. 799 ^o 

The first issue was for 1870, Neiv York: Geo. TV. Carleton & Co. 1 8 69. It was 
continued to 1880 or later. An English edition was also printed, London, 1871, etc. 
A collected edition was published under the following title: Old Probabilities ... 
Farmer's Allminax from 1870 to 1880. ... Neiu York: Geo. W. Carleton &f Co. 1879. 
8vo. 

[Shaw.] Josh Billings. His Works Complete. With One 
Hundred Illustrations by Thomas Nast and others. A Biograph- 
ical Introduction. New York: G. IV. Carleton & Co. 1876. 4 
vols, in one, 8vo. 799^1 

[Shaw.] Josh Billings, his Sayings. With Comic Illustra- 
tions. New York: Carleton. 1865. i2mo. -f- [/Z'/V.] 1866. 
i2mo. 79912 

[Shaw.] Josh Billings. His Book of Sayings. Complete 
Edition. London. [1876.] 8vo. 799^3 

Also printed in "More Yankee Drolleries, A Second Series," etc., London, [1870]; 
and as one of " Beeton's Humorous Books," London, 1872. 

[Shaw.] Josh Billings on Ice, and other Things. With 
Comic Illustrations, by J. H. Howard. Neiv York : Carleton & 
Co. 1868. i2mo, pp. 263. 6 Plates. 799^4 

[Shaw.] Josh Billings' Spice-Box, crammed with droll yarns, 
laughable jokes, sharp repartees, wit, humor, quirks, satire and 
fun. New York: J. S. Ogilvie & Co. 1881. 4to, pp. 29. 

" People's Library," No. 47. 

[Shaw.] Josh Billings' Trump Kards. Blue Glass Philoso- 
phy. With Illustrations ... New York. iSjj. 8vo. 799*^ 



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[Shaw.] Josh Billings' Wit and Humor. London. 1874. 
8vo. 79917 

Shaw (J.) Twelve Years in America : being Observations 
on the Country, the People, Institutions, and Religion ; with 
Notices of Slavery and the late War ; and Facts and Incidents 
illustrative of Ministerial Life and Labour in Illinois, with Notes 
of Travel through the United States and Canada. By the Rev. 
James Shaw ... . London: Hamilton^ Adams., and Co. Dublin: 
George Herbert. 1867. 8vo, pp. xvi, 440. Frontispiece and Map. 

Shaw (J.) The Military Occupation of Chicago. Speech 
of James Shaw in the Illinois Legislature, January 24, 1872. 
Springfield. 1872. 8vo. 799^9 

Shaw (J. B[oylan]), /^. 1808, <r/. 1890. A Discourse ... before 
the American Home Missionary Society ... Brooklyn, 1858. 
By James B. Shaw ... New York. 1858. 8vo. s. 79920 

Shaw. Sermon preached at ... Rochester, on the occasion 
of the Funeral of John Snell, Rail Road Engineer, on ... Feb- 
ruary 22, 1857. ^y R^v. J. B. Shaw, D.D. ... Rochester., N. T. 
Press of Curtis., Butts & Co.., 1857. ^v<^-, PP- 7- 799^^ 

Shaw (J.), b. 1707? d. 1791. The Character of a Pastor, 
according to | God's Heart, considered. | A | Sermon | preached in 
Braintree South-Parish, at the | Ordination of the Rev. Mr, 
Moses Taft, I August 26. 1752. | By John Shaw, a.m. | Pastor of 
a Church in Bridgewater. | To which are annexed, | Mr. Taft's 
Confession of Faith : | The Charge, by the Rev. Mr. Niles : | 
and I The Right Hand of Fellowship, by the | Rev. Mr. Bayley. j 
Boston: N. E. | Printed by 8. Kneeland., in ^ueen-street. I753.J 
8vo, pp. (4), 35. B., h., w. 79922 

Shaw. Holding forth the Word of Life | considered, as it 
respects both Minister and | People. | A | Sermon, | Preached in 
Barnstable, West Parish, | October i^t- 1760. | At | the Ordination 
of Mr. Oakes Shaw, | to the Pastoral Office there. | By | John 
Shaw, A.M. I Pastor of a Church in Bridgwater. | ••• | Boston:] 
Printed by Green and Russell^ in ^ueen-street. \ 1761. | 8vo, pp. 32. 

Shaw (J.), b. 1778, d. 1809. Poems by the Late Dr. John 
Shaw. To which is prefixed A Biographical Sketch of the 
Author [by J. E. Hall]. Published by Edward Earle., Philadelphia., 
and by Edivard y. Coale., Baltimore. Fry and Kammerer., Printers. 
1810. i2mo, pp. viii, 252. c, w. 79924 



380 SHAW. 

Shaw (J.), b. 1773, d. 1823. Trial of Captain John Shaw, 
by the General Court-Martial holden on board the U. S. Ship 
Independence, at the Navy Yard, Charlestown, Massachusetts, 
upon Charges and Specifications preferred against him by Captain 
Isaac Hull, of the United States Navy. Printed from the Official 
Record on File in the Navy Department. Washington : Davis 
and Force. 1822. 8vo, pp. 104. BA., M. jgg2S 

Shaw (J.) A Ramble through the United States, Canada, 
and the West Indies. By John Shaw. London. 1856. 8vo, 
pp. 370. 79926 

"At once superficial and pretentious." — Athenaum, 1857, p. 433. See Allibone for 
other works by the same author. 

Shaw (J. A.) An Address ... before the Bridgewater Society 
for the Promotion of Temperance, Feb. 22, 1828. By John A. 
Shaw. ... Boston : Munroe and Francis. 1828. 8vo, pp. 24. H. 

Shaw. Address ... before the Public Schools of Municipality 
No. Two, City of New-Orleans, February 22d, 1850. ... By 
John A. Shaw, Superintendent of the Schools. New-Orleans. 
1850. 8vo, pp. II. h. 79928 

Shaw. Eulogy on John Adams and Thomas Jefferson ... 
August 2, 1826, by request of the Inhabitants of Bridgewater. 
By John A. Shaw. Taunton : Printed by Samuel IV. Mortimer. 
1826. 8vo, pp. 20. H. 79929 

Shaw. An Oration delivered before the Citizens of Plymouth, 
July 4, 1828. By John A. Shaw. ... Second Edition. Boston: 
Munroe and Francis. 1828. 8vo, pp. 24. H. 79930 

Shaw (J. C.) The Index to the Session Laws of Minnesota 
from 1849 ^o 1875. By John C. Shaw, State Librarian, assisted 
by S. L. Pierce, Esq., of the Ramsay Co. Bar. St. Paul : West 
Publishing Co. 1876. 8vo. 7993 1 

Shaw (J. R.) A Narrative of the Life and Travels of John 
Robert Shaw, the Well-Digger, now resident in Lexington, 
Kentucky. Written by Himself. ... Lexington: Printed by Daniel 
Bradford. 1807. i2mo, pp. 163, subscribers' names, 164-180. 
6 Plates. BA., c. 79932 

" The author recites his adventures as a soldier in the Revolution, and subsequent 
residence in Pennsylvania. He was among the first settlers that came to Fort M'ln- 
tosh ; was a soldier under St. Clair, and dug the first well in Cincinnati, at Fort Wash- 
ington. Owing to his success in finding water, he was known among the early settlers 



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as the ' Water Witch.' The pl.ites, — a curiosity in themselves — represent 'John R. 
Shaw as a Prodigal,' 'John R. Shaw as a soldier,' etc." — Thomson's Bibliography of 
Ohio. Priced by Robert Clarke & Co. in 1875, $15. 

Shaw (J.), ^. 1778,^/. 1824. The Gospel Call. A Discourse 
delivered in Philadelphia, August 15th, 1824. (Being the Sab- 
bath previous to his decease.) By the late Rev. Joseph Shaw, 
LL.D. ... Philadelphia: y. R. Cunningha?n^ Printer. 1824. 8vo, 
pp. X, 9-50. B. 79933 

Shaw. The Oracles of God, committed to the Church for 
universal diffusion. A Sermon delivered by appointment of the 
Albany Bible Society ... . By Rev. Joseph Shaw ... . Albany: 
Printed hy G. J. Loornis iff Co. 1820. 8vo, pp. 56. B. 79934 

Shaw (J.) Picturesque Views of American Scenery, engraved 
by Hill, from Drawings, by Joshua Shaw. Philadelphia. 1820- 
182 1. Folio. 20 Plates. p- 79935 

Issued originally in parts. The above title is probably from one of the covers. 

Shaw. Picturesque Views of American Scenery, 1829. 
Painted by J. Shaw. Engraved by J. Hill. Philadelphia : Pub- 
lished by M. Carey & Co. [1829.] Folio, pp. (20). 20 Plates. P. 

In this title the date seems to have been originally 1820, and altered to 1829. 

Shaw. United States Directory, for the use of Travellers 
and Merchants, giving an Account of the principal Establish- 
ments of Business and Pleasure throughout the Union. By 
Joshua Shaw. Philadelphia: Printed by ya7nes Maxwell. 1822. 
i6mo, pp. ix, 156, with 40 leaves of advertisements. h. 79937 

Shaw (J.) Documents relating to the Claim of Joshua Shaw 
as the Inventor of Percussion-Caps ... Washington. 1847. ^vo. 

Shaw (J. C[rocker]), d. 1847. A" Oration delivered July 
4th, 1798, at the request of the Inhabitants of the Town of 
Little Crompton, in Celebration of the Anniversary of American 
Independence. By Josiah C. Shaw, m.a. ... Newport: Printed 
by H. & O. Farnsworth. m,dcc,xcviii. 8vo. w. 79939 

Shaw (L.), b. 1781, d. 1861. Address delivered before the 
Bar of Berkshire, on the occasion of his first taking his Seat as 
Chief-Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court, September Term, 
1830. By Lemuel Shaw .... From the American Jurist No. 9, 
January, 1 83 1. Boston : Stimpson & Clapp. 183 1. 8vo, pp. 15. 



382 SHAW. 

Shaw. An Address delivered at the Opening of the New 
Court House in Worcester, September 30, 1845. By the Hon. 
Lemuel Shaw ... . Worcester: Printed by Henry y. Howland. 
1845. 8vo, pp. 14. B., H., w. 79941 

Shaw. A Charge delivered to the Grand Jury for the County 
of Essex, at the Supreme Judicial Court held at Ipswich, May 
Term, 1832. ... By Lemuel Shaw, C. J. Boston. \_W. L. Lewis^ 
Printer.'] 1832. 8vo, pp. 16. H. 79942 

Shaw. A Discourse delivered before the Officers and Mem- 
bers of the Humane Society of Massachusetts, 11. June, 181 1. 
By Lemuel Shaw. Boston: "John Eliot.^ ^un. 181 1. 8vo, pp. 24. 

Shaw. An Oration delivered at Boston, July 4, 18 15, before 
the Supreme Executive of the Commonwealth ... in commem- 
oration of American Independence. By Lemuel Shaw, Esq. 
Boston: John Eliot. 18 15. 8vo, pp. 24. H. 79944 

Shaw. Remarks of Chief Justice Shaw, when passing sen- 
tence of Death upon Nathan Smith, for the Crime of Murder, 
June 7, 1839. Lowell : Leonard Huntress., Printer. 1839. 8vo, 
pp. 7. B. 79945 

For "Obituary Notices" of Chief Justice Shaw, see [Loring (C. G.)], Vol. x., No. 
42077. 

Shaw (L. H.) The Black Man and the War. A Sermon 
preached at Sudbury, Mass. ... Nov. 24, 1864, ... By Linus 
H. Shaw .... lValtha?n : Sentinel Office. 1 864. 8vo, pp. 24. H. 

Shaw. Human Life. A Sermon delivered at North Mendon, 
April 30, 1843, '^ being the Sabbath next succeeding the Inter- 
ment of Mr. Seth Davenport. By Linus H. Shaw .... Milford.^ 
Mass. 1843. ^^<^? PP* ^2' ^' 79947 

Shaw. Labor and Reward. A Sermon ... at Hampton 
Falls, N. H. February 21, 1841. By Linus H. Shaw. ... Exeter: 
J. L. Beckett., Printer. 1841. 8vo, pp. 18. H. 79948 

Shaw. The War, and its Cause. A Sermon preached at 
Sudbury, Mass. ... November 21, 1861 ... . By Linus H. Shaw 
... lValtha?n : Josiah Hastings. 1861. 8vo, pp. 21. b., h. 

Shaw (O.), b. 1737 ? d. 1807. A | Sermon | preached in Marsh- 
field First Parish, April 2, 1766. | at the | Ordination | of the Rev- 
erend I Mr. William Shaw, | to the Pastoral Office there. | By J 



SHAW. 383 

Oakes Shaw, a.m. | Pastor of the West Parish in Barnstable. | ... | 
Boston : Printed and Sold by Edes and Gill^ in ^ueen-\ Street^ iy66. \ 
8vo, pp. 36. BA., M. 79950 

Shaw (Oliver), b. ijjb, d. 1849. ^^^ Providence Collection 
of Psalm and Hymn Tunes. In Two Parts. ... Dedham : H. 
Mann i^ Co. 1815. 8vo, pp. 128. 79951 

Also: Social and Sacred Melodist ... Pro-vidence. 1845. 4to. 

Shaw (P.), b. 1769, d. 1841. A Sermon, occasioned by the 
Death of Mrs. Sarah Whitman, the amiable and virtuous Con- 
sort of The Rev. Levi Whitman. Preached at Wellfleet, De- 
cember 20, 1803. By Philander Shaw, a.m. Pastor of the 
Church in Eastham. Published by desire. ... Boston: Printed 
by Manning £ff Loring^ No. 2. Corfihill. 1804. 8vo, pp. 22. ba. 

Shaw (P. H.) The Transitoriness of Human Life : A Ser- 
mon preached in the First Church, in Stonington, Conn, on The 
Death of Ephraim Williams Noyes, on ... July 10, 1836. By 
Rev. P. H. Shaw. New-Tor k : John S. Taylor. 1838. 8vo, pp. 

15- 79953 

Shaw (P.) Ramblings in California ; containing a Descrip- 
tion of the Country, Life at the Mines, State of Society, &c. 
Interspersed with Characteristic Anecdotes, and Sketches from 
Life, being the Five Years' Experience of a Gold Digger. By 
Pringle Shaw. Toronto: Jarnes Bain. [1B57?] i2mo, pp. 239. 

Shaw (Samuel), b. 1635, d. i6g6. The Angelical Life. ... 
Boston. 1744. 8vo, pp. 180. 79955 

First printed at London in 1665 or earlier. 

S[haw]. Immanuel : | Or, A | Discovery | of | true Religion. | 
As it imports a living Principle in | the Minds of Men ; grounded | 
upon Christ's Discourse with | the Samaritaness. John iv. 14. [ 
Being the latter Clause of The Voice crying in a | Wilderness ; 
Or a Continuation of the | Angelical Life. | By S. S.\ ...\ Boston^ 
N. E. Printed by Rogers and Fowle., \for J. Edwards in Cornhill. 
1741. 1 i8mo, pp. (2), xiv, xvii-xxxviii, 39-259. BA. 79956 

First printed at London in 1667 or earlier. 

Shaw. Immanuel : | or, a | Discovery | of | true Religion : | as it 
imports a living principle in the minds of | Men; grounded upon 
Christ's Discourse | with the Samaritaness. Joh. iv. 14. | Being 
the latter Clause of The Voice crying in a | Wilderness ; Or a 



384 SHAW. 

Continuation of the] Angelical Life. | By Samuel Shaw. | ... | The 
Third Edition. | Boston^ Printed by Rogers and Fowle^ jy^r J. 
Edwards^ in Cornhill. 1744. | i8mo, pp. 246. B., ba. 79957 

Shaw. The | Voice of one Crying | in a Wilderness. | Or, | 
the Business of a Christian, | both antecedaneous to, concomitant 
of, and I consequent upon, a sore and heavy Visitation ; | Repre- 
sented in several Sermons. | First preach'd to his own Family, 
lying under | such Visitation : And now made Publick as | a 
Thank-Offering to the Lord his Healer. | By Samuel Shaw, | a 
Servant of God in the Gospel of his Son. | ... \Boston^ Reprinted 
by Rogers and Fowle^for \ J. Edwards in Cornhill. IJ4.6. | i8mo, 
pp. 176. B., BA., M. 79958 

Shaw (S.), b. 1754, d. 1794. The Journals of Major Samuel 
Shaw, the First American Consul at Canton. With a Life of 
the Author, by Josiah Quincy. Boston : Wm. Crosby and H. P. 
Nichols. 1847. ^^o> PP- ^'i'? S^O' Portrait. a. 79959 

The narrative of the military lite of Major Shaw is composed chiefly of letters writ- 
ten to his nearest relatives and friends, from his enlistment in the American army, at 
Cambridge, in December, 1775, to its final disbandment, at West Point, in January, 
1784. 

Shaw (S. B.) A Centennial Sermon delivered in St. Luke's 
Church, Lanesborough, Mass., Oct. 6, 1867, by S. B. Shaw, 
[n. p. .?] 1867. 8vo, pp. 22. 79960 

Shaw (T. B[udd]), b. 1813, d. 1862. Outlines of English 
Literature. By Thomas B. Shaw, b.a., Professor of English 
Literature in the Imperial Alexander Lyceum of St. Petersburg. 
A new American edition, with a Sketch of American Literature, 
by Henry T. Tuckerman ... Philadelphia : Blanchard and Lea. 
1852. i2mo, pp. xiii, 25-489. L. 79961 

American Literature, pp. 431-489. A new edition under the title: Manual of Eng- 
lish Literature. By Thomas B. Shaw ... Edited by William Smith ... With a Sketch 
of American Literature, by Henry T. Tuckerman ... New York: Sheldon & Co. 1867. 



izmo. 



Shaw. A Smaller History of English and American Litera- 
ture. For the use of Schools. By Thomas B. Shaw ... Edited 
by William Smith, ll.d. and Henry T. Tuckerman. New Tork : 
Sheldon & Co. 1870. l6mo, pp. 374. c. 79962 

Shaw (T. D.), b. 1801, d. 1874. Defence of Thompson 
Darrah Shaw, Commander United States Navy, before the Naval 
Court of Inquiry, ... convened at Washington, under the act to 



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amend the act to promote the Efficiency of the Navy, approved 
January 16, 1857. Presented and read October 19, 1857, ^Y ^'^ 
Counsel, Robert K. Scott. Washington : Henry Polkinhorn. 1857. 
8vo, pp. 40. 79963 

Shaw. Memorial of T. D. Shaw, Commander United States 
Navy, to the President of the United States. Washington. 1858. 
8vo, pp. 16. 79964 

Shaw (W.) A Poem on the Execution of William Shaw, at 
Springfield, Dec. 13, 1770, for the Murder of Edward East, in 
Springfield Gaol. Boston. 1771. 8vo. 799^5 

Shaw (W.), b. 1743, d. 18 16. The Folly and Danger of 
presuming on Time to Come : illustrated in a Discourse, deliv- 
ered at Marshfield, Nov. 24, 181 1, at the Funeral of Six Men 
who on the preceding Wednesday evening were fatally Ship- 
wrecked on the Neighbouring Shore ... . By William Shaw, a.m. 
... Salem: Printed hy Thomas C. Cushing. 18 1 2. 8vo, pp. 20. M. 

Shaw. The Resurrection of good Men to a blessed] Immor- 
tality, a Ground of Consolation to | surviving Mourners, | illus- 
trated in a I Discourse, I at Plymouth, |July 14, 1799,1a ^cw Days 
after the Death and Interment | of the | Rev. Chandler Robbins, 
D.D. I Pastor of the First Church of Christ in that Town ;| ... | 
By William Shaw, a.m. | Pastor of the First Church of Christ in 
Marshfield. | ... | Printed by Samuel Hall., No. 53, Cornhill., Boston. \ 
1799. 1 8vo, pp. 24. BA. 79967 

Shaw. A | Sermon, | Preached November 14, 1787. ( at the | 
Ordination [ of the | Rev. Ebenezer Daws, | to the | Pastoral Care 
of the First Church, | in | Scituate. | By William Shau^, a.m. | Pas- 
tor of the First Church in Marshfield. | Boston : Printed by Ed- 
mund Freeman., at his Offjce\ North-side of the State-House. | M,DCC,- 
Lxxxviir. I 8vo, pp. 29. h. 79968 

Shaw. A Sermon, Preached, October 3, 1792, at the Ordi- 
nation of the Rev. Josiah Crocker Shaw, to the Pastoral Care of 
the Church in Cohasset. By his Father, William Shaw, a.m. 
Pastor of the First Church in Marshfield. Printed at Boston., by 
I. Thomas., and E. T. Andrews., MDCCXClll. 8vo. w. 79969 

Shaw (W.) A Practical Narrative of the Autumnal Epidemic 
Fever, which prevailed in Philadelphia in the Year 1803. By 
William Shaw. Philadelphia : A. l^ G. Way. 1804. 8vo, pp. 40. 



386 SHAWNEE LANGUAGE. 

Shaw (W.) Golden Dreams and Waking Realities ; being 
the Adventures of a Gold-Seeker in California and the Pacific 
Islands. By William Shaw. London: Smithy Elder ^ Co. 1851. 
Post 8vo, pp. xii, 316. 79971 

Shaw (W. J.) Speech of William J. Shaw in the Senate of 
California, February 7, 1856, on Constitutional Reform. Sacra- 
mento. 1856. 8vo. 79972 

Shaw (W. W.) On the Resurrection. Funeral Sermon on 
the Death of Abraham Becker, Esq., delivered by Rev. W. W. 
Shaw, at South Worcester, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1868. Albany., N. 
T. : Weed., Parsons i^ Co. ^ Printers. 1869. 8vo, pp. 26. B. 

Shawanese Indians. See Shawnee Indians. 

Shawmut : or the Settlement of Boston by the Puritan Pil- 
grims. ... Boston: IV ait e ., Pe'irce and Company . 1845. i8mo, pp. 
136. B. -\- Boston: Charles Waite. 1847. i8mo, pp. (2), 5-136. 
Frontispiece, b., l. -|- Second Edition. Boston. 1848. i6mo. 

Report of the Insurance Commissioners upon the Shawmut 
Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Boston, ... April 14, 
1857. \_Boston. 1857.] 8^°- s- 79975 

Shawnee County, Kansas. Historical Sketch of Shawnee 
County, Kansas. Prepared for the occasion of the Centennial 
Celebration July 4, 1876. Topeka^ Kansas : Commonwealth Steam 
Book and yob Printing House. 1876. Sm. 8vo, pp. 68. 7997^ 

The Shawnee Indians. See [Guthrie (A.)], Vol. vii. 29324. 

Shawnee Language. The Gospel according to Saint Matthew 
translated into the Shawanoe Language by Johnston Lykins. 
Revised and compared with the received Greek text, by J. A. 
Chute, M.D. Shawanoe Baptist Mission., Ind. Ter. y. Meeker., 
Printer. 1836. i6mo, pp. 64; Nikimoani (hymns), pp. 16. ba. 

Indian title on verso of the English title : " Owase opeaticemowa Ceses Kliest, tapa- 
lamalikwa okwebile. Mabew otiwekiti. Cinstin Liekins, lieipiwekitiki. EaUmapeas- 
kiki, chena pinete, chena cose, nieidmiivicke. 1836." Title from Filling's "Bibliography 
of the Algonquian languages." For a later edition see Vol. x., No. 42769. 

Original and Select Hymns, in the Shawanoe Language. By 
Missionaries of the Amer. Baptist Board of Foreign Missions. 
... Second Edition. Shawanoe Baptist Mission Press., y. G. Pratt., 
Printer. 1842. i6mo, pp. 48. 79978 

Indian title on verso of the English title : " Nikimowani Siwinwike ealitowawice 



SHEA. 387 

wastowice paptesewe mkitawkolieakc, cfiena kotikike. ... Ealimapeaikiki licipicemoti. 
1842." 

Original and Select Hymns, in the Shawanoe Language. Pub- 
lished by one of the Missionaries to the Shawanoe Indians. ... 
Fourth Edition. St. Louis : Printed at the Methodist Book Deposit- 
ory. 1859. i6nio, pp. 48. 79979 

With Indian title as in the second edition. Titles of both editions from Filling's 
bibliography. 

Shau-wau-nowe Kesauthwau. Shawanoe Sun. [^Shawanoe 
Mission. 1835 to 1837 or 1838.''] i6mo? 799^0 

"March 1st, 1835, the first number of a semi-monthly newspaper, printed at the 
Shawanoe mission house, in the Shawanoe language, was issued. This was the first 
newspaper ever published exclusively in an Indian language. It was entitled Shau-ivau- 
tiQive Kesauthiuau, [Shawanoe Sun.] It was small, only a quarter sheet, was written 
upon the new system, and edited by Mr. Lykins. The disadvantages under which it 
was prepared for the press were great, and the labor considerable ; which accounts for 
its diminutive size." — McCoy's History of Baptist Indian Missions, p. 486. In another 
place Mr. McCoy adds : " There was issued, until late difficulties occasioned a sus- 
pension, a small monthly paper, of only a quarter sheet, edited by Mr. Lykins, entitled 
' Shawanowe Kesauthwau' — Shawanoe Sun." 

Siwinowe eawekitake. Liekens wastoti. ... Shawanoe Mission., 
y. G. Pratt., Printer. 1838. l8mo, pp. 24. BA. 79981 

Primer in the Shawnee language. Corrected title of No. 42771, Vol. x., note. For 
an earlier edition see No. 42771. See also Filling's "Bibliography of the Algonquian 
Languages," for a full account of books and manuscripts in the Shawnee language. 

The Shawnee Treaty — Swindling by Authority — Peculation 
and Fraud by Missionaries — The " Evening Star," &c. [n. p. 
n. d.] 8vo, pp. 4. H. 79982 

Signed: "Kansas." See also Vol. xv., No. 657595 [Thomson (Charles)]; and 
" Treaty." 

Shea (G.), b. 1826. Alexander Hamilton. A Historical 
Study. By the Hon, George Shea, Chief-Justice of the Marine 
Court. Part i. New York: Hard & Houghton. 1877. 8vo, 

PP- 73- 79983 

Shea. The Life and Epoch of Alexander Hamilton A His- 
torical Study By the Honorable George Shea Chief Justice of 
the Marine Court Boston Houghton., Osgood and Company 1879 
8vo, pp. ix, 470. Map, Facsimile and 5 Portraits. L. 79984 

Shea. Speeches of George Shea for the Defence, on the 
Trial of the State of New Jersey vs. Orrin Van Derhoven. 
Paterson. 1862. 8vo. 79985 



388 SHEA. 

Shea (J. A.), b. 1802, d. 1845. Adolph, and other Poems. 
By J. A. Shea. New York. 1831. i2nno, pp. 168. 799^6 

Shea. Clontarf; or, the Field of the Green Banner. A 
Historical Romance, and other Poems. By J. A. Shea. New 
York. 1843. i2mo, pp. 138. A. 79987 

Shea. Parnassian Wild Flowers. By J. A. Shea. Wash- 
ington. 1836. i8mo, pp. 72. 79988 

Shea. A Poem. Delivered at Suffield, Conn., August 5, 
1845. ^y J- A- Shea. New York. 1845. i6mo, pp. 13. 

Shea. Poems. By the late John Augustus Shea. Collected 
by his Son. New-York. 1846. i2mo, pp. 13, 204. Portraits. 

Shea (J. [Dawson] G.), b. 1824. Address delivered before 
The Missouri Historical Society, [at St. Louis] July 19, 1878, 
the Anniversary of the Discovery of the Mississippi by Mar- 
quette and Joliet. By John Gilmary Shea. New York: H. y. 
Hewitt^ Printer^ 27 Rose Street. 1878. 8vo, title, pp. 18, and 
printed covers. 7999 1 

Shea. The American Nation : Lives of the Fallen Braves 
and Living Heroes. By John G. Shea. Vol. i. New York : 
I. Farrell Cif Son. 1863-64. 4to. 7999^ 

Issued in numbers. See also No. 80005, infra. 

[Shea.] The Beginnings of the Capuchin Mission in Louis- 
iana. \_New York. 1889.] 8vo, pp. 6. 79993i 

Reprinted from the " United States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. 11., pp. 295— 1 
300. Contains translations of letters by Fathers Bruno de Langres and Raphael de 
Luxembourg, Capuchin missionaries to Louisiana. 

Shea. A Bibliographical Account of Catholic Bibles, Testa- 
ments, and other portions of Scripture translated from the Latin] 
Vulgate, and printed in the United States. By John Gilmaryl 
Shea. New-York: Cramoisy Press. 1859. i6mo, pp. 48. A., L.f 

Verso of title : " Reprinted from the New York Freeman's Journal." 

Shea. Bibliography of Hennepin's Works. By John Gil- 
mary Shea. New York "John G. Shea. 1880. 8vo, pp. 13. 

An extract from Dr. Shea's translation of Hennepin's " Description of Louisiana." 

Shea. The Bursting of Pierre Margry's La Salle Bubble. 
By John Gilmary Shea. New York : T. B. Sidebotham.^ Printerl 
1879. 8vo, pp. 24, and covers. 7999^ 

" Reprinted from the New York Freeman's Journal." 



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Shea. The Catholic Church in Colonial Days. The Thir- 
teen Colonies — The Ottawa and Illinois Country — Louisiana — 
Florida — Texas — New Mexico and Arizona. 1521— 1763. With 
portraits, views, maps, and fac-similes. By John Gilmary Shea. 
New York: Johti G. Shea. 1886. 8vo, pp. (4), xvii, 9-663, (2). 

2 Maps, 7 Portraits, 3 Plates and numerous illustrations in the 
text. 79997 

At the end is the general title of the work of which this forms the first volume : 
" A History of the Catholic Church within the Limits of the United States," etc. See 
No. 80009, infra ^ and for the second volume. No. 80016, infra. 

Shea. The Catholic Churches of New York City, with 
Sketches of their History and Lives of the present Pastors. 
With an Introduction on the Early History of Catholicity on the 
Island and Lives of the Most Reverend Archbishops and Bishops. 
Edited by John Gilmary Shea. New York : Lawrence G. Gould- 
ing & Co. 1878. 4to, pp. 748. Portraits and Views. 7999^ 

Shea. Catholic Directory, Almanac, and Ordo for the year 
of our Lord 1876. With full returns of the various Dioceses 
in the United States and British America .... Compiled by John 
Gilmary Shea. New York: D. & J. Sadlier & Co. 1875. i2mo, 
pp. 800. Continued. 79999 

Edited by Dr. Shea from 1857 to 1861, with the imprint of Edivard Dunigan & 
Brother i from 1866 to 1 8 90, with the imprint of £>. & j. Sadlier. 

Shea. A Child's History of the United States. By John 
Gilmary Shea, ll.d. ... New York: Hess & McDavitt. [1872.] 

3 vols., rl. 8vo, pp. 512; 447; (2), 443. Plates. 80000 

For a later edition see No. 80021, infra. 

Shea. Columbus and the Men of Palos. By John Gilmary 
Shea. [^New York. 1888.] 8vo, pp. 12. 8000 1 

Reprinted from the "United States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. ii., pp. 164- 

175- 

Shea. Cramoisy Series of Jesuit Relations. See Vol. xvi., 
pp. 541-542. 

Shea. Discovery and Exploration of the Mississippi Valley: 
with the Original Narratives of Marquette, Allouez, Membre, 
Hennepin, and Anastase Douay. By John Gilmary Shea. With 
a facsimile of the newly-discovered map of Marquette. Redfield.^ 
Clinton Hall., New York. 1852. 8vo, pp. Ixxx, 267, (l). Map 
and Facsimile. l. 80002 

This work was also issued as volume iv. of French's " Historical Collections of 
Louisiana." 



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" Beside the valuable relations, which afford us the first accounts of the Indian tribes 
which inhabited the vast tract of territory, from the St. Lawrence to the Mississippi, 
Mr. Shea has added notes, biographical sketches, and bibliographical accounts of works 
upon aboriginal history, which are scarcely to be overestimated. The relations are pre- 
ceded by a biography of Father Marquette, and a notice of the Sieur Joliet. The nar- 
ratives of Fathers Membre, Douay, and Hennepin are also preceded by a bibliographical 
notice of Father Le Clercq's works in pp. 78 to 82; and another similar account of 
Father Hennepin's works may be found on pp. 99 to 106." — Field. 

Shea. Early Southern Tracts. 

I. A Relation of the successefuU beginnings of the Lord Baltemore's Plantation in 
Mary-Land ... 1634. 1865. See Vol. xvi.. No. 69292. 

II. The Sot-weed Factor. 1865. See Cook (E.), Vol. iv., No. 16234, note. 

Shea. Early Voyages up and down the Mississippi, bv Cave- 
lier, St. Cosme, Le Sueur, Gravier, and Guignas. With an 
Introduction, Notes, and an Index, By John Gilmary Shea. 
Albany: 'Joel Muns ell. 1861. Sm. 4to, pp. viii, (2), vii-191. L. 

" Munsell's Historical Series. No. viii." One hundred copies printed. A few 
copies were also printed on large paper. 

[Shea.] An Essay on the Bibliography of the Councils, 
Synods and Statutes of the Catholic Church, in the United States. 
New York., 1890. 8vo, pp. 16. 80004 

Reprinted from the " United States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. iii., pp. 96- 
106, 151-153. This list is a revision, with some additions, of the one prepared by Dr. 
Shea for this Dictionary, Vol. xvii., pp. 521-529. 

Shea. The Fallen Brave : A Biographical Memorial of the 
American Officers who have given their Lives for the preserva- 
tion of the Union. Edited by John Gilmary Shea. ... New- 
York: Charles B. Richardson ^ Co. 1 86 1. 4to, pp. 224, 8 Por- 
traits. BA. 80005 

Also issued with the following title: "The Fallen Brave: a Biographical Memorial 
of the American Officers who have given their lives for the preservation of the Union. 
Edited by John Gilmary Shea. With Fine Portraits on Steel, by J. A. O'Neill. Ne-w 
York: Rose & Tousey. 1861." The cover of the first number has the title: "The 
Fallen Brave. The Victims of the Rebellion : A Biographical Memorial of Officers 
Killed in Defence of the Union ... Neia Tork : Rose & Tousey. 1862." See also No. 
79992, supra. 

Shea. The First Epic of our Country. By the Poet Con- 
quistador of New Mexico, Captain Gaspar de Villagra. By 
John Gilmary Shea. \_New York. 1887.] 8vo, pp. 16. L. 

Reprinted from the "United States Catholic Historical Magazine," i. 1 67-182. 

Shea. A French-Onondaga Dictionarv, from a Manuscript 
of the Seventeenth Century. By John Gilmary Shea .... New 
York: Cramoisy Press, i860. [Second title:] Dictionnaire Fran- 
9ois-Onontague, edite d'apres un manuscrit du 17^ siecle par 



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Jean-Marie Shea. Nouvelle York : a la presse Cramoisy. 1859. 
8vo, pp. (4), vii-viii, 103. a., l. 80007 

Shea's " Library of American Linguistics, i." One hundred copies printed. A few 
copies were also printed on large paper in quarto. Contents : Supplement grammatical, 
pp. 3—8 ; Dictionnaire, pp. 9—103. 

" The original manuscript of the present volume is preserved in the Mazarin Library 
at Paris, and is supposed to be of the close of the seventeenth century. It is apparently 
the work of one of the Jesuit Fathers whose missions in New York extended from the 
middle of the seventeenth to the close of the first decade in the succeeding century." — 
Extract from preface. 

Shea. The Hierarchy of the Catholic Church in the United 
States, embracing Sketches of all the Archbishops and Bishops 
from the Establishment of the See of Baltimore to the present 
Time, also an Account of the Plenary Councils of Baltimore 
and a Brief History of the Church in the United States. By 
John Gilmary Shea. New York : Office of Catholic Publications. 
1886. 8vo, pp. 402. 80008 

Reissued later with some additions. 

Shea. A History of the Catholic Church within the Limits 
of the United States, from the first attempted colonization to the 
present time. With portraits, views, maps, and fac-similes. By 
John Gilmary Shea. New York: John G. Shea. 1886-88. Vols. 
I. and II., 8vo. 80009 

This is the general title of a work planned to comprise five volumes, of which the 
first two have been published, each under a special title. See No. 79997, supra, and 
No. 80016, infra. 

Shea. History of the Catholic Missions among the Indian 
Tribes of the United States, 1529-1854. By John Gilmary 
Shea ... . New York: Edward Dunigan l^ Brother. 1855. i2mo, 
engraved title, printed title, and pp. (2), 5-514, Facsimiles iv. 5 
Portraits. L. 800 10 

Engraved title : Catholic Missions among the Indian Tribes of the United States, 
[Picture of Catharine Tehgakwita] By John G. Shea. Neiv Tori: E. Dunigan & 
Brother, 151 Fulton St. Portrait of John Bapst, S. J., facing the engraved title; por- 
trait of Father Anthony Peyri, O. S. F., facing p. 39; portrait of Father John de Bre- 
beuf, S. J., facing p. 163; portrait of Father Isaac Jogues, S. J., facing p. 205; por- 
trait of P. J. De Smet, S. J., facing p. 468. 

Shea. History of the Catholic Missions among the Indian 
[Tribes of the United States, 1529-1854. By John Gilmary 
Shea ... . New York : Edward Dunigan is' Brother., ( fames B. 
Kirker.) 1857. i2mo, engraved title, printed title, and pp. (2), 
5-495, Facsimiles i-iv. Appendix and index 497-514. 3 Por- 
traits. 800 II 

Portrait of Father Anthony Peyri, O. S. F., facing the engraved title ; portrait of 



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Father John de Brebeuf, S. J., facing p. i8o; portrait of Father Isaac Jogues, S. J., 
facing p. 204. Some copies of this issue contain also the portrait of P. J. De Smet. 

Shea. History of the Catholic Missions among the Indian 
Tribes of the United States, 1 529-1 854. By John Gilmary 
Shea ... . New York : T. W. Strong^ late Edward Dun'igan &' 
Brother^ Catholic Publishing House. [1870?] Large i2mo, pp. 
514. 80012 

Subsequent issues have the imprint of P. J. Kenedy. 

Shea. Geschichte der katholischen Missionen unter den 
Indianer-Stammen der Vereinigten Staaten. 1529-1860. Von 
John Gilmary Shea .... Aus dem Englischen iibersetzt von J. 
Roth. Sr. Heiligkeit Papst Pius ix gewidmet. Mit 6 Stahl- 
stichen. TViirzburg. Verlag von C. EtUnger. [1858?] i2mo, 
pp. 668. 6 Plates. 80013 

[Shea.] Illinois, Osage and Otoptata Chiefs in Paris, in 
1725. \_New York. 1890.] 8vo, pp. 7. 80014 

Reprinted from the "United States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. iii., pp. i6o- 
166. Contains extracts from "The Post Man," London, Jan. 27, 1726. 

Shea and McGee (Thomas Darcy). Die katholische Kirche 
in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika, dargestellt von ein- 
heimischen Schriftstellern. Deutsch von den Benediktinern zu 
St. Meinrad im Indianer Staat. ... Regenshurg : G. J. Man%. 
1864. 8vo, pp. xvi, 518. c. 80015 

Contains lives by Dr. Shea of missionaries killed within the limits of the United 
States. 

Shea. Library of American Linguistics. 

I. A French-Onondaga Dictionary, i860. See No. 80007, ^^p^t^- 

II. A Selish or Flat-Head Grammar. 1861. See Mengarini (G.), Vol. xii., No. 
47861. 

III. A Grammatical Sketch of the Heve Language. 1861. See Smith (Bucking- 
ham). 

IV. Grammar of the Mutsun Language. 1 861. See Arroyo de la Cuesta (F.), Vol. 
I., No. 21 1 6. 

V. Grammar of the Pima or Nevome. 1862. See Vol. i., No. 2124. 

VI. Grammar and Dictionary of the Yakama Language. 1862. See Pandosy (M. 
C), Vol. XIV., No. 58420. 

vii. Vocabulary of the Language of San Antonio Mission, California. 1 8 61. See 
Sitjar (B.) 

VIII. A Vocabulary or Phrase Book of the Mutsun Language of Alta California. 
1862. See Arroyo de la Cuesta (F.), Vol. i., No. 2118. 

IX. Grammar of the Mikmaque Language of Nova Scotia. 1864. See Maillard (A. 
S.), Vol. XI., No. 43887. 

X. Radices Verborum Iroquaeorum. 1862. See Bruyas (J.), Vol. in., No. 8779. 



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XI. Alphabetical Vocabularies of the Clallam and Lummi. 1863. See Gibbs (G.), 
Vol. VII., No. 27300. 

XII. A Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon. 1863. See Gibbs (G.), Vol. vii., No. 
27301. 

XIII. Alphabetical Vocabulary of the Chinook Language. 1863. See Gibbs (G.), 
Vol. VII., No. 27299. 

One hundred copies of each were printed on small paper in octavo, and ten copies on 
large paper in quarto. In 1865 Dr. Shea issued the prospectus of a "French-Illinois 
Dictionary," supposed to be the work of Rev. Joseph Ignatius Le Boulanger, from 
which the following extract is made : " As it is liable to perish by any untoward acci- 
dent, I have obtained permission to print one hundred copies. The dictionary will form 
over five hundred pages, in fine type, double column, similar to that used in the French- 
Onondaga Dictionary issued by me. It will be issued in four parts, of about one hund- 
red and twenty-five pages each, at $5 per part. Ten copies will be printed on large 
paper, at $10 per part." Only one signature, however, containing pages 1—8 with the 
heading " Dictionnaire," was ever printed. Tlie undertaking was interrupted by the 
owner of the manuscript, who requested its return, and not long after made the state- 
ment that it had been lost or stolen. After his death the manuscript was sold by auc- 
tion in New York, March 6th, 1884, for $240. It is now in the library of the late 
John Carter Brown, at Providence. 

" Shea's American Linguistics. Series 11.," comprises the following : 

I. Grammar and Dictionary of the Language of the Hidatsa (Minnetarees, Grosven- 
tres of the Missouri). With an Introductory Sketch of the Tribe. By Washington 
Matthews. New Tork : Cramoisy Press. 1873. 8vo, pp. 48. Contents: Introduction, 
pp. v-xxv; Hidatsa Grammar, pp. 27-59; Hidatsa-English Dictionary, pp. 61-143; 
Local Names, pp. 144-148. 

II. Hidatsa (Minnetaree) English Dictionary. By Washington Matthews. Neiv 
Tork: Cramoisy Press. 1S74. 8vo, pp. (4), 149-168. Contents: English-Hidatsa 
Vocabulary. 

Shea. Life and Times of the Most Rev. John Carroll, 
Bishop and First Archbishop of Baltimore. Embracing the His- 
tory of the Catholic Church in the United States. 1763-18 15. 
With portraits, views, and fac-similes. By John Gilmary Shea. 
New York: John G. Shea. 1888. 8vo, pp. (4), 11-695, (2). 
Frontispiece, 4 Portraits, and numerous illustrations in the text. 

At the end is the general title of the work of which this forms the second volume : 
" A History of the Catholic Church within the Limits of the United States," etc. See 
No. 80009, •S"/"''^ J* and for the first volume, No. 79997, supra. 

Shea. The Lincoln Memorial : A Record of the Life, As- 
sassination and Obsequies of the Martyred President. Edited by 
John Gilmary Shea, ll.d. ... New Tork: Bunce & Huntington. 
1865. 8vo, pp. 288. Portrait and Plate. 80017 

Shea. Perils of the Ocean and Wilderness : or. Narratives 
of Shipwreck and Indian Captivity. Gleaned from Early Mis- 
sionary Annals. By John Gilmary Shea ... . Boston: Patrick 
Donahue. [1856.] i2mo, pp. 206. 80018 



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Contains an account of the shipwreck of Father Charles Lalemant and others, off 
Cape Breton; Jogues Captivity; Captivity of Rene Goupil ; Bressani's Captivity; and 
Crespel's Voyages. An edition, Boston, 1857, i2mo, pp. 206, is described in Robert 
Clarke & Co.'s '* Bibliotheca Americana" for 1878. The book was issued until the 
great fire in Boston, in 1872. 

Shea. Pope-Day in America. By John Gilmary Shea. 
(Read before the United States Catholic Historical; Society, Jan- 
uary 19, 1888.) [New York. 1888.] 8vo, pp. 7. 80019 

Reprinted from the " United States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. ii., pp. 1-7. 

Shea. A School History of the United States, from the Ear- 
liest Period to the Present Time. By John G. Shea. New 
York: E. Dunigan & Brother. 1853. i6mo. + \_Ibid.'\ 1855. 
i6mo. 80020 

Shea. The Story of a Great Nation, or Our Country's 
Achievements, Military, Naval, Political and Civil. By John 
Gilmary Shea. New York: Gay Brothers. 1886. 8vo, pp. 990. 

A new edition of the "Child's History of the United States." 

Shea. Where are the Remains of Columbus ? By John 
Gilmary Shea, ll.d. Reprinted from the Magazine of Ameri- 
can History, January, 1883. New York: A. S. Barnes & Co. 
1883. 4to, cover-title, and pp. 17. 80022 

Shea. Why is Canada not a part of the United States ? 
Read before the U. S. Catholic Historical Society, Nov. 25th, 
1889, by John Gilmary Shea. \^New York. 1890.] 8vo, pp. 15. 

Reprinted from the "United States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. iii., pp. II3- 
127. 

Besides the series of Jesuit Relations and the Library of American Linguistics already 
referred to. Dr. Shea has edited, translated and published many other works, of which 
the following is a partial list ; 

Narrative of a Captivity among The Mohawk Indians, a description of New Nether- 
land in 1642-3, and other Papers. By Father Isaac Jogues ... With a Memoir ... by 
John Gilmary Shea. 1856. Se- Vol. ix., No. 36142. 

The Catholic Church in the United States ... By Henry De Courcy ... Translated 
and Enlarged by John Gilmary Shea. 1856. See Vol. v.. No. 19201. 

The Life of Saint Angela Merici, of Brescia : Foundress of the Order of Saint 
Ursula. By the Abbe Parenty ... With an Account of the Order in Ireland, Canada 
and the United States, by John Gilmary Shea. Philadelphia : P. F. Cunningham. 1858. 
i6mo, pp. 251. 

Diary of George Washington, from 1789 to 1791 ... with his Journal of a Tour to 
the Ohio, in 1753. [With notes by John Gilmary Shea.] Edited by Benson J. Los- 
sing. i860. See Washington (G.) 

Novum Belgium: An Account of New Netherland in 1643—4. By Father Isaac 
Jogues ... With ... Notes, by John Gilmary Shea. 1862. See Vol. ix., No. 36144. 



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A Description of the Province and City of New York ... By John Miller. A new 
edition with an introduction and copious historical notes. By John Gilmary Shea. 
1862. See Vol. XII., No. 49026. 

The Operations of the French Fleet under the Count De Grasse in 178 l-a as 
described in two contemporaneous journals. [Translated and annotated by J. G. Shea.] 
1864. See Vol. v., No. 28332. 

The History of the Five Indian Nations of the Province of New York. By Cad- 
wallader Golden ... With an Introduction and Notes, by John Gilmary Shea. 1866. 
See Vol. IV., No. 1427 1. 

History and General Description of New France. By the Rev. P. F. X. de Charle- 
voix, S. J. Translated, with Notes, by John Gilmary Shea. 1866-72, 6 vols. See 
Vol. III., No. 121 37. 

A Character of the Province of Maryland. Described in Four Distinct Parts ... By 
George Alsop. A new edition with an introduction and copious historical notes. By 
John Gilmary Shea, ll.d. ... Neiu York: William Go-wans. 1869. 8vo, pp. 125. 
Portrait and Map. l. Five hundred copies printed on small paper, and sixty-four 
copies on large paper in quarto. 

A Description of Louisiana, By Father Louis Hennepin, Recollect Missionary. 
Translated from the edition of 1683, and compared with the Nouvelle Decouverte, the 
La Salle Documents and other Contemporaneous Papers. By John Gilmary Shea. 
Neiv fork John G. Shea. 1880. 8vo, pp. (4), 5-40, 41*-53*, (6), 43-407. Map 
and Plate, l. 

First Establishment of the Faith in New France. By Father Christian Le Clercq, 
Recollect Missionary. Now first translated, with notes, by John Gilmary Shea. ... 
Neiv York: John G. Shea. 1881. 2 vols., 8vo, pp. 410, (2); 354, (i). Map, 5 Por- 
traits, and 6 Facsimiles, l. 

The Expedition of Don Diego Dionisio de Penalosa, Governor of New Mexico, from 
Santa Fe to the River Mischipi and Qu'^'f^* •" 1662, as described by Father Nicholas 
de Freytas O. S. F. With an Account of Penalosa's projects to aid the French to con- 
quer the Mining Country in Northern Mexico j and his connections with Cavelier de 
la Salle. By John Gilmary Shea. New York. 1882. 8 vo, pp. 1 01. In Spanish and 
English. 

Relation de la prise des Forts de Choueguen, ou Oswego ... [Edited by Dr. Shea. 
1882.] See Vol. XVI., No. 69270, note. 

The Life of Father Isaac Jogues, Missionary Priest of the Society of Jesus, slain by 
the Mohawk Iroquois, in the present State of New York, Oct. 18, 1646. By the Rev. 
Felix Martin, S. J. With Father Jogues' account of the Captivity and Death of his 
Companion, Rene Goupil, slain Sept. 29, 1642. Translated from the French by John 
Gilmary Shea, with a map of the Mohawk country, by Gen. John S. Clark. New 
York, Cincinnati and St. Louis: Benziger Brothers. 1885. I2mo, pp. 263. Portrait. 
+ Second Edition. l_Ibid. 1886.] i2mo, pp. 258. Portrait. 

Account of the Voyage of the Ursulines to New Orleans in 1727. (Translated by 
John Gilmary Shea from the edition ... printed in ... 1859. [1887.] See [Tranche- 
pain [Mere St. Augustin de)]. 

Decreta Concilii Provincialis Oregonensis i. Sancti Pauli habiti diebus 28-29 Febru- 
arii et I Martii 1848. [Edited by Dr. Shea. New York. 1887.] 8vo, pp. 7. Re- 
printed from the " United States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. i., pp. 74-80. 

Oration on the Death of Gen. George Washington Addressed to the Catholic Con- 
gregation of St. Mary's Church of Albany, by the Rev. Matthew O'Brien, d.d., Pastor 
of the same, for February 22, 1800, the day appointed by Congress. (From the Albany 
"Gazette," February 27, 1800.) [Edited by Dr. J. G. Shea. New York. 1887.] 



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8vo, pp. 8. L. Reprinted from the " United States Catholic Historical Magazine," 
vol. I., pp. 187-193. 

Statutes relating to Florida, in the Diocesan Synod, held by his Majesty's Command, 
by the Right Rev. Dr. John Garcia de Palacios, Bishop of Cuba, in June, 1684. 
[Translated by Dr. Shea. New York. 1887.] 8vo, pp. 13. Reprinted from the 
"United States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. i., pp. 287-297. 

Statutes of the Diocese of Louisiana and the Floridas. Issued by the Rt. Rev. Luis 
Ignatius Peiialver y Cardenas, 1795, with a translation by John Gilmary Shea. Neiv 
York. 1887. 8vo, pp. 29. In Spanish and English. Reprinted from the "United 
States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. i. 

Captivity of Father Peter Milet, S. J. among the Oneida Indians. His own Narra- 
tive, with supplementary Documents. [Translated from the French, and edited by Dr. 
Shea.] New York. 1888. 8vo, pp. 18. Reprinted from the " United States Catholic 
Historical Magazine," vol. 11. 

The Destruction of New Mexico Settlements and Missions, and the Re-conquest 
of the Country. Told in a letter of Father Silvestre Velez de Escalante to Father 
Augustine Morfi. [Translated by Dr. Shea. New York. 1890.] 8vo, pp. 16. Re- 
printed from the "United States Catholic Historical Magazine," vol. iii., pp. 73-88. 

Dr. Shea was editor of the " Historical Magazine " from 1859 to 1865. He has also 
edited the "United States Catholic Historical Magazine," since its commencement in 
January, 1887. 

Sheafer (P[eter] W[enrick]), b. 1819. The Anthracite 
Coal Fields of Pennsylvania, and their Exhaustion. Read before 
the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at 
Saratoga, August, 1880, by P. W. Sheafer .... Harrisburg : Lane 
S. Hart^ Printer. 1881. 8vo, pp. 16. 80024 

Sheafer. The Coal Fields of McKean County, Pennsyl- 
vania. By P. W. Sheafer. Philadelphia. 1856. 8vo. 80025 

Sheafer. Historical Map of Pennsylvania. Showing the 
Indian Names of Streams, and Villages, and Paths of Travel ; 
the Sites of Old Forts and Battle-fields ; the Successive Pur- 
chases from the Indians ; and the Names and Dates of Counties 
and County Towns ; with Tables of Forts and Proprietary Man- 
ors. Edited by P. W. Sheafer and others. Publication Fund of 
the Historical Society of Pennsylvania^ 8 20 Spruce Street ., Philadel- 
phia. 1875. 8vo, pp. 26, (1). Map. L. 80026 

Sheafer, and others. North Western Pennsylvania Oil and 
Coal Company. Reports by P. W. Sheafer, of Pennsylvania ... 
Dr. Charles T. Jackson ... of Massachusetts, William F. Rob- 
erts, of Pennsylvania, Geologist and Engineer. \_Philadelphia ?'\ 
"January^ 1865. 8vo, pp. 36. Map. B. 80027 

Sheahan (J. W.) and Upton (G. P.) Chicago. Its Past, 
Present, and Future. Embracing a detailed Narrative of the 
Great Conflagration ... a condensed Historv of Chicago, its Pop- 



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397 



ulation, Growth, and Public Works. ... By James W. Sheahan 
and George P. Upton. ... Chicago. 1872. 8vo, pp. 527. Plates. 

Sheahan. Corporation Laws of the City of Washington to 
the end of the Fiftieth Council [to June 3, 1853, inclusive]. To 
which are added the Laws enacted between that day and October 
loth, 1853. Revised and compiled by James W. Sheahan ... 
Washington. 1853. ^^°* '^^ 80029 

Sheahan. Eulogy upon Stephen A. Douglas ... before the 
Chicago University, Chicago, July 3, 1861. By James W. Shea- 
han. Chicago. 1 86 1. 8vo, pp. 28. H. 80030 

Sheahan. The Great Conflagration. Chicago : its Past, 
Present and Future. Embracing a detailed Narrative of the 
Great Conflagration in the North, South, and West Divisions : 
Origin, Progress and Results of the Fire. Prominent Buildings 
burned, character of buildings, losses and insurance, graphic 
description of the flames, scenes and incidents, loss of life, the 
flight of the people. Also, a condensed history of Chicago, its 
population, growth and great public works. And a statement of 
all the great fires of the world. By James W. Sheahan and 
George P. Upton .... With numerous illustrations. Union Pub- 
lishing Co.: 165 Twenty-second street.^ Chicago.^ 111. ... 187 1. 8vo, 
pp. 16, 19-458. 2 Maps, 2 Plates, and Illustrations in the text. 

Sheahan. The Life of Stephen A. Douglas. By James W. 
Sheahan. New York: Harper (^ Brothers, i860. i2mo, pp. xi, 
528. Portrait. 80032 

Sheahan. ... The Printer ; Read before the Franklin Society 
of the City of Chicago, By James W. Sheahan, October 27, 
1869. Chicago : Published by the Franklin Society. 1 869. 4to, pp. 
20. B., c. 80033 

" Franklin Society Publications, i." 

Sheardown (T. S.) Half a Century's Labors in the Gospel, 
including Thirty-five Years of Backwoods' Mission Work, and 
Evangelizing, in New York and Pennsylvania. An Autobiogra- 
phy. By Thomas S. Sheardown. ... \_Le'ivisburg^ /*«.;] O. N. 
Worden and [Troy ^ N. T. :'] E. B. Case. 1866. l2mo, pp. 372. 
Portrait. ba. 80034 

Shearman (A.) Directions for Buzzards Bay and New Bed- 
ford. Compiled and Published by Abraham Shearman, Jun. 
\_New Bedford.'] 1821. 8vo, pp. 8. ^0035 



398 



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Mr. Shearman also compiled : Selections from the Works of Isaac Penington. To 
which are added, Selections from his Letters. Neio Bedford: Printed for Abraham 
Shearman, Jr. Benj. Lindsey, Printer. 1818. I2mo, pp. xi, 308. 

Shearman (F. W.) Annual Report of the Superintendent 
of Public Instruction in Michigan for the year 1853. Lansing. 
1853. ^^°- A. 80036 

See also Vol. xii., No. 48802. 

[Shearman (Sumner U.)] Class of 1861. An Oration and 
a Poem, delivered at Brown University, on Class Day, June 13, 
1 86 1. Providence: Miller ^' Simons. 1 86 1. 8vo, pp. 28. B. 

[Shebbeare (John), m.d,, b. 1709, d. 1788.] An | Answer] 
to a Pamphlet, call'd The | Conduct | of the] Ministry | Impartially 
Examined. | In which it is proved, | that neither Imbecillity nor 

Ignorance | in the M r have been the Causes of | the present 

unhappy Situation of this | Nation. | By the Author of the Four 
Letters | to the People of England. | ... | London : \ Printed for M. 
Cooper^ at the Glohe^ Pater-noster-Row . \ M DCC LVi. | 8vo, pp. 1 00. 

Relates to the inefficient conduct of the ministry in the disputes with France, 
especially in America, on the Ohio and elsewhere, under Washington, Braddock, etc. 
For this and later publications, the doctor was fined and put in the pillory. A change 
of government brought him a change of sentiment and a pension. See " Monthly 
Review," xv. 673, d»i/ Stevens's "Nuggets," vol. iii., No. 3371. 

[Shebbeare.] An | Answer | to the | Printed Speech | of| 
Edmund Burke, Esq ; | Spoken in the | House of Commons, April 
19th, 1774. I In which | His Knowledge in Polity, Legislature, 
Humankind, | History, Commerce and Finance, is candidly exam- 
ined ; I his Arguments are fairly refuted; the Conduct of Ad- J 
ministration is fully defended ; and his Oratoric Talents | are 
clearly exposed to view. | Addressed to the People. | London : T. 
Evans, m.dcc.lxxv. 8vo, pp. iv, 222. 80039 

"This pamphlet contains so many slanderous invectives, coarse witticisms, vulgar 
obscene allusions, and scandalous epithets, that exalted as the author himself has for- 
merly been, his answer falls beneath all notice." — Monthly Re-view, lii. 551. See also 
Vol. III., No. 9291. 

Shebbeare. An Answer to the Queries, contained in A Let- 
ter to Dr. Shebbeare, Printed in the Public Ledger, August lO. 
Together with Animadversions on Two Speeches in Defence of 
the Printers of A Paper, subscribed A South Briton. The First 
pronounced by The Right Hon. Thomas Townsend, in the 
House of Commons, And printed in the London Packet of Feb- 
ruary 18. The Second by The Right Learned Counsellor Lee, 
in Guildhall, And printed in the Public Ledger of August 12. 



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In the Examination of which a Comparison naturally arises 
between the public and private Virtues of Their Present Majes- 
ties, and those of King William and Queen Mary, The Merits, 
also of Roman Catholics, and of Dissenters from the Church of 
England, respecting Allegiance and Liberty, and their Claims to 
National Protection, are fairly stated, from their past and pres- 
ent Transactions. By J. Shebbeare, m.d. London : S. Hooper, 
['775'] 8vo, title, and pp. 179. c, s. 80040 

Shebbeare. An | Appendix | to a | Letter to Dr. Shebbeare. | 
To which are added, | Some Observations on a Pamphlet, | enti- 
tled. Taxation no Tyranny: | In which the Sophistry of that 
Author's I Reasoning is detected. | By a Doctor of Laws [/'. e. 
Hugh Baillie, ll.d.]. | London: | Printed for J. Donaldson^ Corner 
of Arundel \ Street in the Strand. \ mdcclxxv. | 8vo, pp. 80. BA. 

Corrected title of No. 2760, Vol. i., and No. 36304, Vol. ix. 

Shebbeare. An Essay on the Origin, Progress and Estab- 
lishment of National Society; in which The Principles of Gov- 
ernment, the Definitions of physical, moral, civil, and religious 
Liberty, contained in Dr. Price's Observations, &c. are fairly 
examined and fully refuted : Together with A Justification of 
the Legislature, in reducing America to Obedience by Force. 
To which is added an Appendix on the Excellent and admirable 
in Mr. Burke's second printed Speech of the 22d of March, 
1775. ... By J. Shebbeare, m.d. London: Printed for f. Bew. 
MDCCLxxvi. 8vo, pp. (4), 212. + Second Edition. \^Ibid.'\ 
MDCCLXxvi. 8vo, pp. (4), 212. 80042 

"This performance of Dr. Shebbeare contains many tenets repugnant to the prin- 
ciples of all free governments ; reasoning often founded on misrepresentations and 
untruths j language, frequently intemperate, foul and opprobrious ; and humor, often 
coarse, low, and indelicate." — Monthly Revieiu, lv. 240. 

[Shebbeare.] A Fifth Letter, by the Author of Four former 
Letters to the People of England ; In which some new Lights 
are thrown on particular Affairs; and contains an Answer to a 
Court Pamphlet, intitled. The Conduct of the Ministry Impar- 
tially Examined. Also, a Letter, shewing The Reasons of the 
Misconduct and Miscarriage of the Navy. ... London: Prined 
[sicjy^r M. Collier. 1757. 8vo, pp. 96. 80043 

[Shebbeare.] A Fifth | Letter | to the] People of England,] 
on I the Subversion of the Constitution : | and, | the Necessity of 
its being restored. | ... | The Second Edition. | London : \ Printed for 
y. Morgan in Pater-Noster-Row.\ 1757. | 8vo, pp. (4), 99. h. 



400 



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[Shebbeare.] a First | Letter | to the | People of England. | 
On the present Situation and Conduct] of | National Affairs.] ... | 
The Fourth Kdhlon. \ London :\ Printed in the Tear^ ly^b.l 8vo, 
pp. 56. B. 80045 

Relates to the war in America. For other editions see No. 80052, infra. 

[Shebbeare.] A Fourth ] Letter ] to the ] People of England. | 

On the ] Conduct of the M rs in Alliances, ] Fleets, and 

Armies, since the first] Differences on the Ohio, to the] taking of 
Minorca by the French. ] ... | London: \ Printed for M. Collier^ 
Bookseller at the Roy al-\ Exchange^ 175^-] ^vo, pp. (4), iii. H. 
-)- The Second Edition. \Jhid.'\ mdcclvi. 8vo, pp. (4), iii. 

Other editions as follows : 

[Shebbeare.] A Fourth Letter to the People of England. 
On the Conduct of the M rs in Alliances, Fleets and Ar- 
mies, since the First Differences on the Ohio, to the taking of 
Minorca by the French. ... London: Printed for M. Collier. 
M.DCC. LVi. 8vo, title, and pp. 49. 80047 

[Shebbeare.] Fourth Letter to the People of England. ... 
London; Printed for M. Cooper .^ in Pater-noster Row. 1^56. 8vo, 
pp. 43. BA. 80048 

"This elicited : A Full and Particular Answer to all Tlie Calumnies, Misrepresent- 
ations, and Falsehoods, Contained in a Pamphlet, called A Fourth Letter to the People 
of England. London: T. Harris. 1756. 8vo, title, and pp. 61. 

[Shebbeare .?] A ] Letter, j from ] Batista Angeloni, ] Who 
resided many Years in London, ] To his Friend ] Manzoni. | 
Wherein the Quakers are politically and religiously ] considered. | 
To which is added, ] The Cloven-Foot discovered. ] ... ] Printed at 
Carolina : ] y^nd sold by Edtuard Merefield.^ at the Corner of ] Arch- 
street.^ and opposite the Church Burying-Ground.^ \ in Philadelphia. | 
[1757?] 8vo, pp. 8. H., P. 80049 

Pages 7 and 8 contain some strictures in verse on the conduct of the Quakers 
towards the Indians. This edition and the one following are entered by Mr. Hildeburn 
under the year 1764, where they perhaps belong. Dr. Shebbeare published a collection 
of letters under the pseudonym of Batista Angeloni i^see Nos. 80053 ^'"^ 8oo57> 'if''^)^ 
and for that reason, probably, this letter is sometimes attributed to him. 

[Shebbeare ?] A ] Letter, ] from ] Batista Angeloni, ] Who 
resided many Years in London, ] To his Friend ] Manzoni. | 
Wherein the Ouakers are politically and religiously ] considered. | 
To w^hich is added,] The Cloven-Foot discovered. ] ... ] Ephrata: j 
Re-printed., and Sold by several Store-Keepers in the\ County of Lan- 
caster. \ [n. d.] 8vo, pp. 8. N., P. 80050 



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[Shebbeare,] a Letter to His Grace the D — e of N- 



on the Duty he owes to Himself, his King, his Country, and his 
God, at this important Moment. London. 1757. 8vo, pp. 47. 

See the " European Magazine," xiv. 167. 

[Shebbeare.] A | Letter | to the | People of England, | on the | 
present Situation and Conduct | of | National Affairs. | Letter 1. 1 
... I London: \ Printed for f. Scott ^ at the Black-Swan in | Pater- 
noster'- Row. \MT)CChW.\ 8vo, pp. (2), 58. c, H. + The Second 
Edition. \_Ibid.'] 1 755. 8vo, pp. (2), 58. + The Third Edi- 
tion. London: Printed in the Tear., ^IS^- 8vo, pp. 56. P., s. 
+ The Sixth Edition. London: Printed in the Tear., ^IS^- 8vo, 
pp. 34. H. 80052 

For another edition see No. 80045, supra. 

[Shebbeare.] Letters | on the | English Nation : | By | Batista 
Angeloni,|a Jesuit, | who resided many years in London. | Trans- 
lated from the Original Italian, | By the | Author of the Marriage 
Act a Novel. | ... | London: Printed in the Tear A'l DCC LV. | 2 
vols., 8vo, pp. Ix, (4), 228 ; (8), 296. b. + The Second Edi- 
tion with corrections. London, m dcc lvi. 2 vols., 8vo. 

[Shebbeare.] Le Peuple | Instruit ; | ou | les Alliances dans 
lesquelles les A4inistres | de la Grande-Bretagne ont engage la | 
Nation, & I'emploi qu'ils ont fait de ses | Escadres & de ses 
Armees, depuis le | commencement des troubles sur I'Ohio, | 
jusqu'a la perte de Minorque, conside-|res dans une Quatrieme 
Lettre au Peu-|ple d'Angleterre. | Ouvrage traduit de I'Anglois. | 
... [^Parisf] M.DCC.LVi. I 8vo, pp. xxiv, 212. A., b. 80054 

a translation by Edmonde Jacques Genet of Dr. Shebbeare's " Fourth Letter." 

[Shebbeare.] Le Peuple Juge. See Vol. xvi., No. 68284. 

[Shebbeare.] A Prophetic Fragment of a Future Chronicle. 
By the Author of the Four Letters to the People of England. 
London: M. Collier. 1756. 8vo, pp. 23. 80055 

[Shebbeare.] Reasons Humbly Offered. See Vol. xvi., No. 
68283. 

This is attributed to Dr. Shebbeare in the "European Magazine," xiv. 167. 

[Shebbeare.] A Second Letter to the People of England, 
on Foreign Subsidies, Subsidiary Armies, and Their Conse- 
quences to this Nation. London: y. Scott. 1755. 8vo, pp. 56. 
-j- The Second Edition. \_Ibid.'\ 1755. 8vo, pp. 56. -\- The 



402 



SHEBBEARE. 



Third Edition. [/i^/V,] mdcclvi. 8vo, pp. 56. -\- London : 
Printed in the Tear ^ I'] ^6. 8vo. 80056 

This elicited : An Answer to a Pamphlet, called, A Second Letter to the People. 
In which the Subsidiary System is Fairly Stated, and amply Considered. London: M. 
Cooper. M. Dec. Lv. 8vo, pp. (4), 35. For a note on this "Answer," see Stevens's 
" Nuggets," vol. in., No. 3370. 

[Shebbeare.] Select Letters on the English Nation : by 
Batista Angeloni, a Jesuit ... Translated from the original 
Italian ... Dublin. 1763. 8vo. BM. 80057 

[Shebbeare.] A Seventh Letter to the People of England 
upon Political- Writing, True-Patriotism, Jacobitism and evil 
and corrupt Adm ns. London. 1758. 8vo, pp. 59. 80058 

"This was seized before it was finished and suppressed. On a copy of this pam- 
phlet, (perhaps the only one remaining) purchased out of the library of Philip Carteret 
Webb, Esq. the Solicitor of the Treasury, is the following memorandum: 'January 
19, 1758. Seized this book in sheets, part at William Toleman's, an apothecary in 
Gracious-alley, Well-close-square; and part at Jos. Smith's, printer, in the same place, 
some of the sheets taken off the press in my presence. By me N. Carrington.' " — 
European Magazine, xiv. 1 67, 168. 

[Shebbeare.] A Seventh Letter to the People of England. 
A Defence of the Prerogative Royal, as it was exerted in his 
Majesty's Proclamation for the prohibiting the Exportation of 
Corn ; in which it is proved that this Authority ever has been, 
is, and must be essential to the Constitution, and inseparable 
from the Rights and Liberties of the Subject. London. 1767. 
8vo. 80059 

[Shebbeare.] A Sixth Letter to the People of England on 
the Progress of National Ruin, in which it is shewn, that the 
present grandeur of France, and calamities of this Nation, are 
owing to the influence of Hanover on the Councils of England. 
London. 1757. 8vo, pp. 121. S. 80060 

[Shebbeare.] A Third Letter to the People of England, 
On Liberty, Taxes, and the Application of Public Money. 
London: y. Scott. 1756. 8vo, pp. 60. -)- The Second Edition. 
\^Ibid.'] IJS^' 8vo, pp. 60. c. 4- The Third Edition. Lon- 
don : Printed in the Tear., 175^. 8vo, pp. 54. 80061 

[Shebbeare.] Three Letters to the People of England, i. 
On the Present Situation and Conduct of National Affairs, ii. 
On Foreign Subsidies, etc. iii. On Liberty, Taxes, and the 
Application of Public Money. The Sixth Edition. London. 
1756. 8vo. 80062 



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*' Dr. Shebbeare distinguished himself as a political writer in the reigns of George 11. 
and George iii. Commencing as an apothecary at Bristol, he went to Paris, where he 
obtained the degree of m.d. On his return to England he began his literary career 
by writing on a variety of subjects. But he was brought more conspicuously to public 
notice by a series of 'Letters to the People of England,' the most successful of his 
works, though it subjected him to a prosecution. On the publication of his 'Third 
Letter' in 1756, orders were issued for his arrest; but it was not till January, 1758, 
after the 'Sixth Letter' made its appearance, that he was taken into custody; when a 
'Seventh Letter,' then in the press, was likewise seized. He was tried for the alleged 
libel, and being convicted, was sentenced to pay a fine of £5, be imprisoned three 
years, and to stand in the pillory. On his release from confinement under the reign of 
a new sovereign, and the administration of Lord Bute, he obtained a pension, for which 
he defended the conduct of government in the American war. His apostasy from the 
popular cause consigned him to contempt, and he died almost forgotten in 1788 at the 
age of seventy-nine."— Gorton's Biographical Dictionary. 

" He deserves to be remembered as a respectable name in literature, were it only 
for his admirable * Letters on the English Nation,' under the name of Battista Ange- 
loni, a Jesuit." — Boswell's Life of yohnson. 

For "An Account of tlie Life and Writings of Dr. John Shebbeare," with a por- 
trait, and a list of his published works, see the " European Magazine," vol. xiv. (1788), 
pp. 83-87, 166-168. See also Vol. i., No. 2761 ; Vol. ix.. No. 36305 ; and Vol. xii., 
No. 47576. 



Sheboygan County, Wis. Proceedings 
Supervisors of Sheboygan Co., Wis., for 1870. 
8vo. Continued. 



of the Board of 

Sheboygan. 1 8 7 o. 
80063 

Charter of the Sheboygan and Fond du Lac Road Com- 
pany ... 1848. 8vo. 80064 

Shecut (J[ohn] L[innasus] E[dward] W[hitridge]), b. 1770, 
d. 1836. An Essay on the prevailing, or Yellow-Fever, of 
1817; together with preliminary Observations, and an Enquiry 
into the Causes which produced it. ... By J. L. E. W. Shecut, 
... Charleston: Printed by J. E. Miller. 18 17. 8vo, pp. 34. B. 

Shecut. Flora Carolinaeensis ; or, a Historical, Medical, and 
Economical Display of the Vegetable Kingdom ; according to 
the Linnaean, or Sexual System of Botany. Volume i. ... By 
John L. E. W^. Shecut. ... Charleston : Printed for the Author.^ by 
John Hojf. 1806. 8vo, pp. (4), 579, (6). 4 Plates. H. 80066 

No more published. 

[Shecut.] Ish-noo-ju-lut-sche ; or the Eagle of the Mo- 
hawks. A Tale of the Seventeenth Century. In two volumes. 
... New-Tork : P. Price^ l-^O Fulton Street. 1841. 2 vols., l8mo, 
pp. 234; vi, 5-284. c. 80067 

Shecut. Shecut's Medical and Philosophical Essays. Con- 
taining : 1st. Topographical, Historical and other Sketches of 
the City of Charleston, from its first settlement to the present 



404 



SHEDD. 



period. 2d. An Essay on the Prevailing Fever of 1817. The 
Second Edition, with Improvements. 3d. An Essay on Con- 
tagions and Infections, (Second improved Edition.) and, 4th. An 
Essay on the Principles and Properties of the Electric Fluid. 
The whole of which are designed as illustrative of the Domestic 
Origin of the Yellow Fever of Charleston ; and, as conducing 
to the formation of a Medical History of the State of South- 
Carolina. By J. L. E. W. Shecut, Practitioner of Physic, and 
Member of the Literary and Philosophical Society of South- 
Carolina. Charleston: Printed for the Author^ by A. E. Miller. 
Copy-Right Secured. 1819. 8vo, pp. viii, 260, (2). Plate. 

Dr. Shecut also v/as the author of the following works ; Elements of Natural Phi- 
losophy ... 1826. — An Inquiry into the Properties and Power of the Electric Fluid, 
and its Artificial Application to Medical Uses. ... 1818. — A New Theory of the 
Earth ... 1826. 

Shedd (H.) Home Missionary Life. An Autobiographical 
Discourse delivered at the opening of the Presbytery of Frank- 
lin, in Delaware, Ohio, April 5th, 1864. By Henry Shedd, the 
retiring Moderator. Mt. Gilead : From the Sentinel Printing Office. 
1872. 8vo, pp. 22. 80069 

"An historical narrative of the Author's thirty-one years service in Morrow County, 
Ohio." — Thomson. 

[Shedd (William), h. 1798, d. 1830.] Letters to the Rev. 
W. E. Channing, d.d., on the Existence and Agency of Fallen 
Spirits. By Canonicus. Boston. 1828. i6mo, pp. 156. 

Shedd (W.) The Influence of Temperance upon intellectual 
Discipline. A Discourse ... before the Temperance Society of 
the University of Vermont, April 20, 1844, By Rev. William 
Shedd. ... Burlington: Printed by Stilman Fletcher. 1844. 8vo, 
pp. 31. B. 80071 

Shedd (W. G. T.), b. 1820. Africa and Colonization. An 
Address ... before the Massachusetts Colonization Society, May 
27, 1857. By William G. T. Shedd. ... Andover : Printed by 
Warren F. Draper. 1857. ^^^^ PP* ^4' ^- 80072 

Shedd. Congregationalism and Symbolism : A Discourse ... 
before the Congregational Library Association, May 25, 1858. 
By William G. T. Shedd. ... Andover: Printed by Warren F. 
Draper. 1858. 8vo, pp. 31. B., s. 80073 

From the " Bibliotheca Sacra" for July, 1858. 

Shedd. A Discourse ... before the American Education 
Society, May 28, 1855. ... Boston. 1855. Svo. b. 80074 



SHEDDEN. 



405 



Shedd. Discourses and Essays. 
Andover. 1855. l2mo. -\- Jndover 
i2mo, pp. 324. 



By William G. T. Shedd. 

Warren F. Draper. 1862. 

B., c. 80075 



Shedd. Lectures upon the Philosophy of History. By Will- 
iam G. T. Shedd. Jndover: Warren F. Draper. 1856. i2mo, 
pp. 128. c. 80076 



Shedd. Literary Essays. 
York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 
trait. 



By William G. T. Shedd. New 
1878. 8vo, pp. X, (i), 365. Por- 

80077 



Shedd. The Matter, Manner, and Spirit of Preaching. An 
Address ... to the Graduating Class in Union Theological Sem- 
inary, May 7th, 1866. By William G. T. Shedd, d.d. ... New 
York: Charles Scribner ^ Co. 1866. 8vo, pp. 15. B. 80078 

Shedd. The Method and Influence of Theological Studies. 
A Discourse ... at Burlington, before the Literary Societies of 
the University of Vermont, August 5th, 1845. ^Y R^^* Will- 
iam G. T. Shedd. ... Burlington. 1845. 8vo, pp. 52. B., s. 

Shedd. The Nature and Importance of a Natural Rhetoric: 
An Address ... on the Occasion of his Inauguration to the Chair 
of Sacred Rhetoric and Pastoral Theology, in the Theological 
Seminary at Auburn, June 16, 1852. By Rev, W. G. T. Shedd. 
Auburn^ N. Y. : y. C. Ivison & Company. 1852. 8vo, pp. 32. B. 

Shedd. The Nature and Influence of the Historic Spirit : 
An Inaugural Discourse, By William G. T. Shedd ... Brown 
Professor in Andover Theological Seminary. ... Andover: W. 
F. Draper ^ Brother. 1854. 8vo, pp. 52. H., s. 80081 

Shedd. The true Nature of the Beautiful, and its Influence 
upon Culture. A Discourse ... before the Literary Societies of 
Amherst College, August 13, 185 1. By Rev. William G. T. 
Shedd. ... Northampton: Hopkins^ Bridgman ^ Co. 185 1. 8vo, 
pp. 31. B. 80082 

Shedd. The Union and the War. A Sermon preached No- 
vember 27, 1862. By William G. T. Shedd, d.d. New York: 
Charles Scribner. 1863. l2mo, pp. 40. 80083 

Shedden (W.) Case in the House of Lords respecting the 
Scotch Estates of the late William Shedden, Merchant of New 

VOL. XIX. 26 



4o6 



SHEFFEY. 



York, both Appellant and Respondent's Cases. London. 1806- 
1808. 2 parts, folio. 80084 

Title from a bookseller's catalogue. 

Shee (J.) The Pilgrim ; addressed to General John Shee, 
with the Gentlemen in the United States, to whom the immedi- 
ate care of our Seaport Defence is Committed. With a Supple- 
ment. \_Philadelphia. 1807.] 8vo. N. 80085 

[Sheed (J. J.)] A Letter from a Gentleman of Baltimore to 
his Friend in the State of New York, on the Subject of Slavery. 
Baltimore : Sherwood ^ Co.^ Printers. 1 84 1. l2mo, pp. (2), 12. 
BA., H. + \_Ihid.~\ 1 84 1. 8vo, pp. 9. B. 80086 

Signed: "J. J. S." 

Sheen (I.) The Narrow Way. By Elder Isaac Sheen. 
Piano. liS6-?'\ 8vo, pp. 8. 80087 

A Mormon religious tract. Also: The Plan of Salvation. ... Piano, [n. d.] 8vo, 
pp. 18. 

Sheep without a Shepherd -, or the Rector's Cure of Souls : A 
Contribution to the Trinity Church Question. By One of the 
Disfranchised. New-York. 1857. 8vo, pp. 41. b. 80088 

Sheerman (John H.) See Sherman. 

Sheet Almanack — 1824. Together with the Declaration of 
Independence [and Constitution] of the United States of Amer- 
ica, [n. p. 1824.] Folio, pp. 2. H. 80089 

[Sheffey (Daniel), b. 1760,1^. 1830.] Address, etc. [On 
the War of 18 12. Washington. 18 15.] 8vo, pp. 27. b. 

Dated: "Washington, February, 1815," and signed: " D. Sheffey." 

Sheffey. Speech of Mr. ShefFey on the ... Bill for raising 
an additional Military Force of 25,000 Men. House of Repre- 
sentatives ... January 3, 18 1 2. [^Washington. 18 12.] 8vo, pp. 
26. BA. 80091 

Sheffey. Speech of the Hon. Daniel Sheffey on a Bill 
authorizing a Loan of 25,000,000 Dollars, delivered in the 
House of Representatives of the United States, February nth, 
1 8 14. Alexandria: Printed by Snowden and Simms. 1 8 14. 8vo,, 
pp. 38. BA., N., w. 80092 

Sheffey. Speech of the Hon. Daniel Sheffey, on the Bill 
*^'To authorize the President of the United States to call upon 



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the several States and Territories thereof for their respective 
quotas of Eighty Thousand Men for the Defence of the Front- 
iers" ... in the House of Representatives ... December [loth], 
1 8 14. Washington City ; Printed by Rapine and Elliot. [1814.] 
8vo, pp. 16. BA., N. 80093 

Sheffield (A.) In Memoriam. Mr. Amos Sheffield, Say- 
brook, Conn. March 23, 1868. Hartford: Printed by Clark Iff 
!vo, pp. 51. 80094 



Booth. 1868. 8^ 



Sheffield (John, Lord). See [Holroyd (John Baker), \st 
Earl of Sheffield^ Vol. viii., Nos. 32631-32642. 

[Sheffield (S.)] In Memory of a Beloved Wife and Mother 
[Sarah Sheffield]. February 26, 1864. [n. p. n. d.] Sq. 8vo, 
pp. 136. Portrait. 80095 

Sheffield (W. E.) A complete Digest of the Decisions of 
the Supreme Court, of the State of Wisconsin, in Law and 
Equity ... down to, and including, the Cases reported in Vol. 
XIV, Wis. Reports. By Wm, E. Sheffield ... . Chicago: E. B. 
Myers and Company. 1865. 8vo, pp. 608. B. 80096 

Sheffield (W. P.), ^. 1819. Conduct of the War. Speech 
of Hon. W. P. Sheffield, of Rhode Island. Delivered in the 
House of Representatives, January 27, 1862. \_lVashington : 
Scammell & Co.^ Printers. 1862.] 8vo, pp. 7. 80097 

Sheffield. Historical Address, of the City of Newport, 
delivered July 4th, 1876, With an Appendix. By William P. 
Sheffield. ... Newport: fohn P. Sanborn & Co. ... Printers. 1876. 
8vo, pp. 68, XV. 80098 

Sheffield. A Historical Sketch of Block Island. By Will- 
iam P. Sheffield. Newport: fohn P. Sanborn ^ Co.^ Printers. 
1876. 8vo, pp. 62. 80099 

Sheffield. House of Representatives. Speech of William 
P. Sheffield, of Newport, upon the Resolution to Annul the 
Decree of the Supreme Court, in the Case, Ives vs. Hazard, 
delivered January 17, 1859. Providence : Knowles^Jnthony^'Co.^ 
Printers. 1859. 8vo, pp. ll. 80100 

Sheffield. Speech of William P. Sheffield ... upon the Bil 
to Confiscate the Property and to free the Slaves of Rebels from 
servitude. ... May 23, 1862. [n. p. 1862.] 8vo. 80101] 



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Sheffield, Mass. Centennial Celebration of the Town of 
Sheffield, Berkshire Co., Mass., June i8 and 19, 1876. By the 
Secretaries of the Committee appointed by the Town. [n. p. 
1876.] 8vo. 80102 

First Annual Report of the Visitors of the Sheffield Scien- 
tific School of Yale College to the General Assembly of the 
State of Connecticut ; together with an Historical Statement 
respecting the School, and an account of the established Course 
of Study. New Haven. 1866. 8vo, pp. 40. Continued. 

Shehane (C. F. R.) a Key to Universalism ... Griffin 
[G«.] 1854. i8mo, pp. 180. 80104 

Also, in connection with J. L. Chapman: Discussion ... Do the Scriptures teach 
the Doctrine of Endless Punishment, etc. Notasulga \^Ala. 1850.] 8vo, pp. 136. — 
In connection with L. Pierce : A Theological Discussion held in Americus, Ga., 14- 
16 Mar., 1850. [On question of Eternal Punishment.] Notasulga [Ala. 1850.] 
8vo, pp. 80. Titles from Dexter's "Congregationalism." 

Sheil (R. L.), b. 1793, d. 185 1. Speeches of Richard L. 
Shell. Edited by Thos. MacNevin, Esq. London. 1847. ^^o, 
pp. Ixii, 378. 80105 

Includes a speech on the sugar duties. 

The Shekinah ; Monthly. Devoted to the Emancipation of 
Mind ; the Elucidation of Vital, Mental, and Spiritual Phe- 
nomena, and the Progress of Man. Conducted by Brittan & 
Partridge. ... Vol. ii. No. 2. December, 1852. ... New York: 
Partridge i^ Brittan. [1852.] 8vo. H. 80106 

Continued to 1853 or later, in three 



The first volume was edited by S. B. Brittan. 
or more volumes. 



Shelburne ([William Petty Fitzmaurice, Marquis of Lans- 
downe^ Earl of)., h. 1737, d. 1805. A | Defence ] of the [ Right 
Honorable the | Earl of Shelburne, | from the | Reproaches of his 
Numerous Enemies ; | In a Letter to | Sir George Saville, Bart. | 
And intended for the Direction of all other Members of Par- | 
liament, whose Object is rather to restore the Glory of the | 
British Empire, than administer to the Views of a Faction. | To 
which is added | a Postscript | addressed to | the Right Honorable] 
John Earl of Stair. | Fourth Edition. | London: \ Printed for J. 
Stockdale ... MDCCLXXXII. 8vo, pp. 96. B. -|- Fifth Edition. 
\^Ibid.~\ MDCCLXXXiii. 8vo, pp. (2), 96. + Sixth Edition. \_Ibid.'] 
MDCCLXxxiii. 8vo, pp. 96. + Seventh Edition. \_Ibid.'] mdcc- 
Lxxxiii. 8vo, pp. 96. -|- Eighth Edition. [^Ibid.'\ mdcclxxxiii. 



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8vo, title, and pp. 96. -f Ninth Edition. \_Ibid.'] mdcclxxxiii. 
8vo, pp. 96. BA. 80107 

By Denis O'Bryen. Improved title of No. 56437, Vol. xiii. 

Shelburne. An Examination into the Principles, Conduct, 
and Designs of the Earl of Shelburne, taken from a late Speech. 
London. 1783. 8vo. 80108 

On the peace with America. See aho Vol. vi., No. 23347. 

Shelburne. Letter to the Earl of Shelburne. See Vol. x., 
Nos. 40469, 40530. 

Shelburne. Reply to the Defence of the Earl of Shelburne, 
in which the Falsehood, Calumny and Malevolence of that Pam- 
phlet are Exposed and Refuted. London. 1783. 8vo, pp. 35. 

Shelburne. A Short, but serious, Reply to the Author of a 
(mock) Defence of the Earl of Shelburne ; intended to prevent 
Prejudice, and to expose Malignity and Deception. London : 
Bell. 1783. 4to. 801 10 

See " Monthly Review," lxviii. 85. 

Shelburne. Speech of the Earl of Shelburne in the House 
of Lords, 13 Feb., 1783, on the Articles of Peace. Ipswich. 
[1783.] 4to. 801 1 1 

Shelburne. A | Vindication | of the | Earl of Shelburne, | from 
the I unjust and virulent Aspersions in a | Pamphlet, intitled,|"A 
Defence of the | Earl of Shelburne" | and addressed | "To Sir 
George Saville, Bart." | in a | Letter to Sir George Saville, Bart. | 
London: \ Printed for J. Debrett., Piccadilly ... | M DCC Lxxxn. | 

BVO, pp. 53. B. 801 12 

Shelburne. A Word at Parting to the Earl of Shelburne. 
London: J. Debrett. mdcclxxxh. 8vo, pp. 43. 801 13 

See also Vol. xii., No. 



Shelburne, Mass. Congregational Church in Shelburne, 
Mass., March 12, 1832. Greenfield: Phelps & Ingersoll., Printers. 
1832. l2mo, pp. II. H. 80114 

Shelburne Falls, Mass. A Catalogue of the Officers and 
Students of Shelburne Falls Academy, 1847-8. Shelburne Falls, 
Mass. Greenfield: Printed by C. A. Mirick. 1848. l2mo, pp. 
xiv. 80115 



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[Shelby (Isaac), b. 1750, d. 1826.] Battle of King's Moun- 
tain. To the Public, [n. p. 1823?] i2mo, pp. 24. w. 80116 

Signed on page 13 : "Isaac Shelby. April, 1823." The last eleven pages contain 
documents, letters, and papers relating to his services in the revolution, and especially 
at the battle of King's Mountain. The pamphlet was elicited by a newspaper article 
entitled "Col. William Campbell and Governor Shelby," written by Mr. William C. 
Preston. Information furnished by Mr. Edmund M. Barton. 

Catalogue of Shelby College, Shelby ville, Ky., 1853. ^°"'^- 
ville. 1853. 8vo. 80 II 7 

Sheldon (A. G.) Life of Asa G. Sheldon,Wilmington Farmer. 
In Two Arrangements. Wohnrn: E. T. Moody^ Printer. 1862. 
i2mo, title, pp. 374, (i). Portrait. H. 80118 

Sheldon (Dorcasina). See [Tenney {^Mrs. T.)] 

Sheldon {^Mrs. E[lectra] M.) The Early History of Michi- 
gan, from the first Settlement to 18 15. By E. M. Sheldon. 
New York: A. S. Barnes iff Company .... Detroit: Kerr^ Morley 
& Co. 1856. 8vo, pp. 409. 4 Portraits. a. 80119 

"The whole of this volume is devoted to details of the Jesuit missions among the 
Indians, and the association of the French with them, derived largely from unpublished 
manuscripts." — Field. Also : The Clevelands : showing the Influence of a Christian 
Family in a New Settlement ... Neiv York: American Tract Society, i860. i6mo. 

Sheldon (E.) Proceedings of a Court Martial on the Tryal 
of Col. Elisha Sheldon, at Fish-kill, Oct. 25, 1780. ... Hartford. 
1780. 8vo. s. 80120 

Very rare. Mr. Brinley's copy (No. 4141) sold for $16. 

Sheldon (G.) The Hand of God recognized. A Discourse 
... 22d February, 1846, in the Independent or Congregational 
Church, at Dorchester, St. George's Parish, S. C, in Observ- 
ance of the 150th Anniversary of the Building of the Church. 
By Rev. George Sheldon .... Charleston : Surges & James., Print- 
ers. 1846. 8vo, pp. 22. B. 801 21 

Sheldon (H. O.) A Lecture ... before the Society for the 
Promotion of Useful Knowledge, upon the Lyceum System of 
Education, with some Account of the first Lyceum Village, 
Berea, Ohio. By H. O. Sheldon. Cincinnati: Ephraim Morgan 
5ff C<?. 1842. 8vo, pp. 14. H. 80122 

Sheldon. The Sheldon Magazine ; or, A Genealogical List 
of the Sheldons in America, with Biographical and Historical 
Notes, and Notices of other Families with which this intermar- 
ried. By Rev. Henry Olcott Sheldon. No. i. Loudonville^ 



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Ashland Co.^ Ohio. [June^'\ 1 855. 8vo, pp. 28. + No. II. Sid- 
ney^ Ohio, January, 1857. 8vo, pp. 28-55. + No. ill. Sidney, 
Ohio, April, 1857. 8vo, pp. 55-82. + No. 4. October, 1 857. 
8vo, pp. 82-112. 80123 

In the catalogue of the Library of Congress the magazine is described as containing 
pp. iv, II, and leaves 113. 

Sheldon (H. S.) Documentary History of Suffield, in the 
Colony and Province of the Massachusetts Bay, in New Eng- 
land, 1660— 1749. Collected, transcribed and published by Hez- 
ekiah Spencer Sheldon. First Period, 1 660-1 682. Second Pe- 
riod, 1682-1715. Third Period, 1716-1749. 250 Copies only 
Printed. Springfield, Mass. : Printed by the Clark W. Bryan Com- 
pany. MDCCCLXXIX. 8vO, pp. (4), 78. 80124 

Sheldon (J.) The Harvest Home: An Address ... at Evans 
... By James Sheldon. Buffalo. 1856. 8vo. s. 80125 

Sheldon. An Oration delivered before the Citizens of Buf- 
falo, July 5th, 1852, by James Sheldon. ... Buffalo: Steam Press, 
Jewett, Thomas & Co. 1852. 8vo, pp. 27. 80126 

Sheldon. Oration delivered July 4th, 1865, at Eden, Erie 
Co., N. Y. By James Sheldon. Buffalo. 1865. 8vo, pp. 30, 
(i). B. 80127 

Sheldon (J. O.) Address ... at the Annual Meeting of the 
N. Y. State Agricultural Society, Albany, February 9, 1865. 
By James O. Sheldon .... Albany. 1865. 8vo, pp. 30. B. 

Sheldon (L. A[llen]), b. 1829. Speech of Hon. Lionel A. 
Sheldon in the House of Representatives, Dec. 21, 1871, con- 
cerning the Levees of the Mississippi. Washington. 1871. 8vo. 

Sheldon (L. H.) The Moral Responsibility of the Citizen 
and Nation in respect to the Fugitive Slave Bill. A Discourse 
delivered April 10, 1851, On Occasion of the Public Fast, in 
the Orthodox Congregational Church, Townsend, Mass. By 
Rev. L. H. Sheldon ... Andover : John D. Flagg. 1851. 8vo, 
pp. 30. 80130 

[Sheldon (M. L.)] A Petition to the Forty-first Congress 
... for Claims of American Citizens against the Credit Foncier 
of Poland, and the Russian Government. New York : John Pol- 
hemus. Printer. 1870. 8vo, pp. 47. H. 80131 



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Sheldon (W.) Cursory Remarks | on the | Laws (concerning! 
Usury. I And | On some late Proceedings, | in | Cases of Usury. | By 
W. Sheldon, | of Norwich, Connecticut. | ... | Norwich : | Printed 
and Sold by "John Trumbull. | May.^ 179^- 1 8vo, pp. 63. w. 

Sheldon (W.) Aerial Navigation and the Patent Laws. By 
William Sheldon. Boston. 1850. 8vo, pp. 46. 80133 

Sheldon (W.) Mormonism Examined: or Was Joseph 
Smith a Divinely Inspired Prophet ? A Refutation of Mormon- 
ism, containing over One Hundred Proofs of its Fallacy. Ex- 
amined in the light of their own inspired works, such as " The 
Book of Mormon," "The Book of Doctrines and Covenants," 
"The Inspired Translation." By William Sheldon, Brodhead, 
Wis. ... Published by the Author. \_Broadhead.^ Wis. Advertiser 
Print^ Vineland., N. J. 187-?] i6mo, pp. 184. 80134 

Sheldon (W. D.) The "Twenty-Seventh." A Regimental 
History. By Winthrop D. Sheldon, a.m., late Lieutenant Com- 
pany H. New Haven: Morris ^ Benham. 1866. l2mo, pp. 
144. Portrait. b. 80135 

A history of the 27th Regiment of Connecticut Volunteers, embracing personal 
sketches of officers and men. 

Sheldon's Business ... Directory ... of New York, Boston, 
Philadelphia, Baltimore, &c. &c. ... New York. 1845. 8vo. s. 

Shellabarger (S.), b. 1817. Encouragement of Foreign 
Commerce. Speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger ... in the 
House of Representatives, January 21, 1873. Washington: F. 
& y. Rives & Geo. A. Bailey. 1873. ^vo, pp. 15. H. 80137 

Shellabarger. Enforcement of Fourteenth Amendment. 
Speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, of Ohio, in the House of 
Representatives, April 6, 187 1. \Washington. 1871.] 8vo, pp. 8 

Shellabarger. Messrs. Vallandigham, Richardson and Cox. 
A Reply. Speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger of Ohio ... Jan- 
uary 27, 1863. [n. p. 1863.] 8vo, pp. 16. h. 80139 

Shellabarger. Reconstruction. Speech of Hon. S. Shel- 
labarger, of Ohio ... in House of Representatives, January 8, 
1866. \_Washington. 1866.] 8vo, pp. 8. B. 80140 

Shellabarger. The Relations of the Constitution and of 
Public Law to Rebellion. Speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, 



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of Ohio, Delivered in the House of Representatives, February 
24, 1862. {^Washington. 1862.] 8vo, pp. 16. 80141 

Shellabarger. Rights of Citizens. Speech of Hon. Sam- 
uel Shellabarger, of Ohio ... House of Representatives, July 25, 
1866. On the Bill to declare and protect all the Privileges and 
Immunities of Citizens of the United States in the several States. 
{Washington. 1866.] 8vo, pp. 8. h. 80142 

Shellabarger. Speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, of 
Ohio, on the Habeas Corpus ; Delivered in the House of Rep- 
resentatives, May 12, 1862. Washington: Printed at the Congres- 
sional Globe Office. 1862. 8vo, pp. 14. 80 143 

Shellabarger. Speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger ... at 
Springfield, Ohio, August 16. The Crisis and our Duty. The 
Union Policy contrasted vi'ith that of the President. {Columbus^ 
Ohio: Glenn &' Heide^ Printers. 186-?] 8vo, pp. 12. H. 

Shellabarger. Speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, of 
Ohio, on Reconstruction ... in the House of Representatives, 
January 24, 1867. 8vo, pp. 8. b. 80145 

Shellabarger. Who are the Authors of the Rebellion ? 
Speech of Hon. Samuel Shellabarger in reply to Messrs. Vallan- 
digham, Richardson and Cox ... January 27, 1863. {Washing- 
ton. 1863.] 8vo, pp. 16. 80146 

Also: Speech on the Disfranchisement of the Rebels ... April 21, 1866. \_fVash- 
ington. 1866.] 8vo. 

Shelley's Petroleum, Oil and Railway Guide of West Virginia, 
Ohio, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania. Issued Monthly. Febru- 
ary. {New York: M. M. Shelley. 1865.] 8vo, pp. 27. Maps. 

Shelly (A. F.), pseudon. Ostrea ; or, the Loves of the 
Oysters. A Lay by A. Fishe Shelly, Esq. New York : T. J. 
Crowen. 1857. i2mo, pp. 72. 80148 

By James Watson Gerard. See also Sombre (S.), pseudon. 

First Annual Report of the Trustees of "The Sheltering 
Arms" ... . New-York: George F. Nesbitt i^ Co.., Printers. 1865. 
8vo, pp. 15, (i). Continued. h. 80149 

Shelton (F[rederic] W[illiam]), b. 1814, ^. 1881. Lectures 
before the Huntington Library Association. By the Rev. F. 
W. Shelton ... . New-York: Printed by J. P. Prall. 1850. 8vo, 
pp. 36. h. 80150 



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[Shelton.] The Trollopiad ; or Travelling Gentleman in 
America: a Satire. By Nil Admirari, Esq. ... New York: C. 
Shepard. 1837. i2mo, pp. 151. B., c. 80151 

Shelton. Up the River. By F. W. Shelton ... , With 
Illustrations from Original Designs. New York: Charles Scrib- 
ner. 1853. i2mo, pp. (2), xxi, (i), 335. Frontispiece. L. 

A series of rural sketches. Also: Crystalline; or The Heiress of Fall Down Castle. 
A Romance. ... Neiu York: Charles Scrlhner. 1854. l2mo, pp. (4), 11-202. 4 
Plates. — Peeps from a Belfry, or the Parish Sketch Book. ... Ne-w York: Charles 
Scrihner. 1855. i2mo, pp. (4), 11-294. — The Rector of St. Bardolph's ; or, Super- 
annuated. ... New York: Charles Scribner. 1853. l2mo, pp. xvii, 1 1-344. Frontis- 
piece. — Salander and the Dragon: A Romance of the Hartz Prison. ... Neiv York: 
Samuel Hueston ... George P. Putnam. 1850. Sq. l6mo, pp. (4), 9—184. 4 Plates. 

[Shelton (Philo S.)] The Law of Special Reprisals, [n. p. 
1858.] 8vo, pp. 30. H. 80153 

Shelton. Venezuelan Outrage upon United States Citizens 
and Property at Shelton's Isle. Derby ^ Conn. 1855. [Inside 
half-title :] Memoranda of Philo S. Shelton, in his Case for State 
Department. 8vo, cover-title, and pp. 23. H. 80154 

Shelton (W.), h. 1798, d. 1883. An Historical Sermon ... 
St. Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo ... February 19th, 1867. By the 
Rev. William Shelton, d.d. \Buffalo. 1867.] 8vo, pp. 20. 

Shelton. Sermon preached by Rev'd William Shelton, d.d. 
Rector of St. Paul's Church, Buffalo, November 2d, 1851. 
Being the first sermon preached by him in the Church. Buffalo: 
Seaver. 185 1. 8vo, pp. 23. 80156 



Shelton's New Almanac ... 1815. 
i6mo. 



Bridgeport [^Conn.~\ 1815. 
80157 



Shelton Family. Brief Memoir. See [Dixon (B. H.)], 
Vol. v., N. 20354. 

Shelvocke (G.) A] Voyage I round the] World] By the Way 
of the I Great South Sea, | Perform'd in the Years 17 19, 20, 21, 
22, in the | Speedwell of London, of 24 Guns and 100 Men, | 
(under His Majesty's Commission to cruize on the | Spaniards in 
the late War with the Spanish Crown) | till she was cast away on 
the Island of Juan Fernandes, | in May 1720; and afterwards 
continu'd in the Reco-|very, the Jesus Maria and Sacra Familia, 
&c. I By Capt. George Shelvocke, Commander of | the Speedwell, 
Recovery, &c. in this Expedition.] [Vignette.] \ London :\ Printed 



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for J. Senex^ at the Globe against St. Dunstari's Churchy | Fleetstreet; 
JV. and y. Innys^ at the Princess- Jrms in St. Paul's \ Church-yard ; 
and y. Osborn and T. Longman^ at the I Ship in Pater-noster Row. 
MDCCxxvi, I 8vo, pp. (8), Preface xxxii, Contents (4), text 468. 
Map and 4 Plates. b., h. l. 80158 

The plates are as follows: (l) An Indian of y*^ Island of Chiloe in pursuit of a 
Bull, p. 106; (2) The posture of a Sea-Lion, etc., p. 253; (3) An Indian of y® 
Southermost parts of California, etc., p. 404; (4) Two Californian Women, etc., p. 

404- 

"Two histories were published of this voyage. This, written by Captain Shel- 
vocke, was intended by him as a vindication of his conduct, having been accused of 
piracy and embezzlement. The other was written by one of Shelvocke's officers, 
William Betagh \_see Vol. 11., No. 5057], who was roughly treated in Shelvocke's nar- 
rative, and, in return, wrote with the design of exposing Shelvocke. Both narratives 
are written with spirit." — Burney. 

Shelvocke. A | Voyage | Round the | World, | By the Way of 
the I Great South Sea : | Performed in a private Expedition during 
the War, which | broke out with Spain, in the Year 1718. | By 
Capt. George Shelvocke. | The Second Edition, revised and 
republished | By George Shelvocke, Esq. | [Vignette.] \London:\ 
Printed for W. Innys and y. Richardson^ M. iff T. Longman^ | in 
Pater-noster-row. MDCCLVii. | 8vo, pp. (6), iii, (3), 476. Map 
and 4 Plates. l. 80159 

Shelvocke. Reise um die Welt, auf dem Wege durch die 
grosse Siidsee, welche derselbe in einer Privatexpedition wahrend 
des Krieges, welcher mit Spanien im Jahr 1718 ausbrach, unter- 
nommen. Aus dem Englischen. Bremen : Georg Ludewig Fors- 
ter. 1787. 8vo, pp. 407. j.c.b. 80160 

Shemain (Theodorus van). See Van Shemain. 

Shenston (T. S.) The Oxford Gazetteer ; containing a 
Complete History of the County of Oxford, from its first Settle- 
ment, together with a full abstract of each census. By Thomas 
S. Shenston. Hamilton.^ C. W. 1852. 8vo, pp. 216. Map. s. 

Also; The County Warden, and Municipal Officer's Assistant ... Brentford. 1851. 
8vo, pp. III. 

Shepard (A. K.) The Land of the Aztecs ; or. Two Years 
in Mexico. By A. K. Shepard. Albany: Weed^ Parsons ^ Co. 
1859. i2mo, pp. 209. BA., C, s. 80162 

Shepard. Papers on Spanish America. By A. K. Shepard. 
Albany^ N. T.: yoel Munsell. 1868. 8vo, pp. 75. L. 80163 

Contents : The Colonial Policy of Spain ; The Island of St. Domingo; Letter from 
Panama; The Mining and Agriculture of Mexico; Mexico before the French Invasion. 



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Shepard (C. U.), b. 1804, d. 1886. Address ... before the 
New Haven Horticultural Society, September 25, 1838. By 
Charles Upham Shepard. New Haven : Bahcock Iff Galpin^ Print- 
ers. 1838. 8vo, pp. 24. B. 80164 

Shepard. Geology of Upper Illinois. By Charles U. Shep- 
ard. New Haven. 1838. 8vo, pp. 31. N. 80165 

From the "American Journal of Science and Arts," No. i, Vol. 34. 

Shepard. Manual of the Cultivation of the Sugar-cane, and 
the Fabrication and Refinement of Sugar. Prepared under the 
direction of the Hon. Secretary of the Treasury, U. S. By 
Charles Upham Shepard. Washington. 1833. 8vo, pp. 122. s. 

Shepard. A Report on the Geological Survey of Connecti- 
cut. By Charles Upham Shepard, m.d. ... New Haven : Printed 
by B. L. Harnlen. 1837, 8vo, pp. 188. A,, C, M. 80167 

Shepard. Report on American Meteorites. ... By Charles 
Upham Shepard. From the American Journal of Science and 
Arts, Second Series. New Haven : Printed hy B. L. Hamlen. 
1848. 8vo, pp. 55. B. 80168 

Shepard. Reports of Professor Charles U. Shepard, and 
Forrest Shepherd, Esq. respecting Mineral Deposits in the States 
of Missouri and Illinois. ... \Ne%v Haven. 1840.] 8vo. Folded 
Map. B. 80169 

Shepard. Treatise on Mineralogy. By Charles Upham 
Shepard, a.b, ... New-Haven : He'z.ekiah Howe. 1832. l2mo, 
pp. xix, (i), 256. Illustrated. B. -[- Second Edition. New 
Haven. 1839. 2 parts in one vol. 8vo. -\- Third Edition, with 
725 Illustrations. New Haven. 1857. ^^"^j PP* ^t 452- 

Shepard. Treatise on Mineralogy. Second Part. Consist- 
ing of Descriptions of the Species, and Tables illustrative of their 
Natural and Chemical Affinities. By Charles Upham Shepard, 
... With 500 Woodcuts. New-Haven. 1825. 2 vols., i2mo. 

Also: Syllabus to Lectures on Chemistry ... Neio York. 1841. 8vo. 

Shepard (D.) Oration before the Colchester Educational 
Association, July 4, 1843. -^7 Daniel Shepard. [n. p. 1843.] 
8vo. B., s. 80172 

Shepard {Mrs. D. E. G.), b. 1820, d. 1853. Cut-Flowers 
[in verse]. By Mrs. D. E. G. Shepard. Edited by J. G. Hol- 
land. Springfield., Mass. 1854. i2mo, pp. 168. 80173 



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Shepard (E. C.) Francia. A Tale of the Revolutions of 
Paraguay, from Authentic Sources. By E. Clarence Shepard. 
London: Richard Bentley. 1851. Post 8vo, title, and pp. 210. 

Shepard (E. H.) The Autobiography of Elihu H. Shepard, 
formerly Professor of Languages in St. Louis College. ... Si. 
Louis: George Knapp isf Co. 1869. 8vo, pp. 275. Photographic 
Portraits. ba. 80175 

Shepard. The Early History of St. Louis and Missouri 
from its first Exploration by white men in 1673 to 1843. ^7 
Elihu H. Shepard ... . St. Louis : Southwestern Book and Publish- 
ing Co. 1870. 8vo, pp. 170. B. 80176 

Shepard (E.) Thoughts on the Prophecies ; applicable to 
the Times. By Enoch Shepard, Deacon of the First Presbyte- 
rian Church in Marietta. Marietta : Joseph Israel. 1 81 2. i2mo, 
pp. 157. 80177 

Shepard (G.) A Discourse commemorative of Rev. Benja- 
min Tappan, d.d., late Secretary of the Maine Missionary So- 
ciety, delivered ... June 22, 1864. By George Shepard ... . 
Portland: Printed by Brown Thurston. 1864. 8vo, pp. 23. 

Shepard. A Sermon, preached at the Anniversary of the 
Maine Missionary Society, at Searsport, June 22, 1864. By 
George Shepard .... Portland: Printed by Brown Thurston. 1864. 
8vo, pp. 47, (i). B. 80179 

Shepard. Sermons by the late Rev. George Shepard, Pro- 
fessor in the Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. With a 
Memorial by Professor D. S. Talcott. Boston : Nichols & Noyes. 
1868. i2mo, pp. xxxix, 368. Portrait. 801 80 

Also: Two Discourses on the Divinity of Christ ... Halloivell. 1833. 8vo, pp. 48. 

Shepard (L F.), b. 1816, d. 1889. Liberty and its Mission. 
An Oration ... West Killingley, Conn. July 4, 1856. By Isaac 
F. Shepard, Esq. Boston: Ticknor ^ Fields. 1856. 8vo, pp. 26. 

Shepard. Memorial Day. May 30, 1870. Oration By 
Gen. L F. Shepard ... at Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Mo. 
St. Louis. 1870. 8vo, pp. 16. H. 80182 

Shepard. Pebbles from Castalia. By Isaac F, Shepard. 
Boston : Whipple ^ Damrell. 1840. i2mo, pp. 160. c. 80 183 



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Shepard. Poetry of Feeling, and Spiritual Melodies. By 
Isaac F. Shepard. Boston: Lewis ^ Sampson. 1844. 24010, pp. 
128. 80184 

Shepard. Scenes and Songs of Social Life. A Miscellany. 
By Isaac F. Shepard. Boston: Saxon i^ Kelt. 1846. i6mo, pp. 
336. c. 80185 

Shepard (J. B.) An Address ... before the two Literary 
Societies, of the University of North Carolina : in Gerard Hall. 
By James B. Shepard, June 5th, 1844. ... Raleigh, N. C. : 
Printed by Thomas Loring. 1844. 8vo, pp. 26. H. 80186 

Shepard (J.), b. 1648, d. 1720. Early Offerings best Ac- 
cepted : I and Early Preparations [The best Security against] Evil 
Dayes. I Or, |The Wise Mans Counsel to the | Young Man, lay- 
ing a Solemn | Charge upon all Young Persons, | to begin to be 
Good Betimes ; | Or, To Remember their Creator | in the Dayes 
of Youth. I The Substance of what was more largely | Insisted on, 
from Eccle. xii. i. Preached] at Lynn, in the County of Essex, 
N. E. I By Jeremiah Shepard, m.a. | and Pastor of the Church 
there. | ... | Boston : Printed by B. Green., for Eleazer Phillips. \ Sold 
at his Shop at the Sign of the Eagle \ in Newbury Street. 1712. | 
Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), vi, 159. M. 80187 

Shepard. An Ephemeris ... 1672. See Vol. xv., pp. 103, 
104. 

Shepard. God's Conduct of His Church [through the | Wil- 
derness, I with His I Glorious Arm, | to make Himself an | Everlast- 
ing Name. | A | Sermon | Preached by Order of the Honourable | 
Representatives, of the Province of [the Massachusetts- Bay, in 
New-Eng-|land. On May the 25th. 1715. | Being their Anni- 
versary Day for Election of | His Majesties Council for that 
Province. | By Jeremiah Shepard, a.m. Pastor j of the Church of 
Lynn. | ... | Boston., Printed by fohn Allen., for Nicholas Boone., at \ the 
Sign of the Bible in Cornhill. 1715.] Sm. 8vo, pp. (2), 34. M. 

Shepard. A Sort of | Believers | never | Saved. | Or, | The 
Danger of Miscarrying in Point of | Salvation, by a false Inef- 
fectual 1 Faith ; a Faith having no Root ; where-] by Many Pro- 
fessors either fall away | after Hopeful Beginnings ; or Miss of | 
Heaven in the Height of their Hopes. | The Substance of Two 
Sermons; Part] of the Opening and Applying the] Parable of the 
Sower, and the Seed | that fell on the Rock, Luk. viii. 13.] 



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Preached at Lynn, in the County of Essex, N. E. | By Jeremiah 
Shepard, m.a. | ... | Published at the Request of some of the 
Inhabitants | of the Town, for the Benefit of others in the Place. | 
Boston : Printed by B. Green : Sold by Eleazer Phillips at his Shop 
under the Town-house in Kings Street. 171 1. Sm. 8vo, pp. {2), 
iv, 72. 80189 

There was a copy in the library of the American Antiquarian Society at Worcester, 
according to the printed catalogue of 1837, but I am now informed by the librarian 
that the book cannot be found. 

Shepard (S.), b. 1739, d. 1815. An [Answer | to the | Pub- 
lications I Of I Messieurs | Thurston, | Woodman, | and | Coe, | 
Respecting their Pretended | Divine Right | of | Infant Baptism, | so 
called. I By Samuel Shepard, | Preacher of the Gospel. \ Exeter :\ 
Printed by Henry Ranlet^for the Author. \ M, DCC, xcill. | 8vo, pp. 
96. w. 80190 

This elicited: Observations | on | Samuel Shepard's | Three Letters | on | Baptism. | In 
a Letter to a Friend. [By Moses Brown.] | Pro-vidence : \ Printed by J. Carter. \ m,dcc,- 
xciii.| i2mo, pp. 23. w. 

Shepard. An Examination of the Account lately Published 
by Mr. E. Smith, in two Pamphlets, respecting Original Sin — 
the Death Adam was to die the day he eat the forbidden fruit, 
and the final end of the wicked after the resurrection day. In 
an Epistle to the said E. Smith. By Samuel Shepard. ... Exeter : 
Printed by Ranlet iff Norris. 1806. l2mo, pp. 78. H. 80191 

Shepard. The Principle of Universal Salvation Examined 
By Samuel Shepard. Exeter, mdccxcviii, 8vo, 

80192 



and Tried, 
pp. 36. 

Shepard. 
Friends call 



A I Scriptural Enquiry, | concerning what the 
Scriptural Baptism ; | Being | An Answer] to a Pub- 
lication of a Friend | in Rhode-Island, by the name of | Moses 
Brown. | By Samuel Shepard, | Preacher of the Gospel. | Printed at 
Exeter^lby Henry Ranlet,for the Author. | m,dcc,xciv. | 8vo, pp. 
38. w. 80193 

Shepard (S.), b. 1772, d. 1846. A Sermon, delivered at 
Lenox, (Massachusetts) February 20th, 1806; being the day of 
the Execution of Ephraim Wheeler, pursuant to his sentence, 
for a rape committed on his daughter, Betsy Wheeler. Hy 
Samuel Shepard, a.m. Pastor of the Church in Lenox. ... Stock- 
bridge : Printed by H. Willard. — March .^ 1 806. 8vo, pp. 18. + 
Second Stockbridge Edition. Stockbridge : Printed by H. Willard. 
— April.^ 1806. 8vo, pp. 24. 80194 



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Shepard. a Sermon, preached in the Audience of His Ex- 
cellency Caleb Strong, Esq. Governor ; His Honor, Edward H. 
Robbins, Esq. Lieutenant Governor ; The Honorable the Coun- 
cil, Senate, and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts, on the Anniversary Election, May 28, 1806, 
By Samuel Shepard, a.m. ... Boston: Toung & Minns, Printers to 
the State. 1 806. 8vo, pp. 31. 80195 

Also: Half-Century Sermon ... Lenox ... 1845. 8vo. 

Shepard (S. E.) The Duty of Christians to Civil Govern- 
ment. By S. E, Shepard. Cincinnati : H. S. Bosworth. [186-?] 
i2mo, pp. 24. 80196 

Shepard (S.) Accrostics, a Number of Original Pieces of 
Poetry and Select Songs. Composed and Compiled by Sylvanus 
Shepard. [n. p.:] Printed for the Author, August, 1814. i2mo, 
pp. 24. 80197 

Shepard (T.), h. 1605, d. 1649. The Autobiography of 
Thomas Shepard, the celebrated Minister of Cambridge, N. E. 
With additional Notices of his Life and Character, by Nehemiah 
Adams, Pastor of the First Church in connexion with the Shepard 
Society, Cambridge. Boston: Published hy Pierce and Parker. 1832. 
i2mo, pp. V, (3), 7-129. B. 80198 

Thomas Shepard's "Memoir of his own Life" is also printed in Young's "Chron- 
icles of the First Planters of ... Massachusetts Bay," pp. 497-558. 

Shepard. The Beginning of the Sabbath. See "Theses 
Sabbaticae," 1649, i^5<^> ^^^ 1655, infra, notes. 

Shepard. Certain | Select Cases \ Resolved. | Specially, tending 
to the right | ordering of the heart, that we | may comfortably 
walke|with God in our gene-jral and particular | Callings. | Sent 
over from New-England |in a Letter, to a precious | Friend here. | 
By Thomas Shepheard | Sometimes of Emanuel-Col-| ledge in 
Cambridge, now | Preacher of Gods Word | in New-England. | 
London, \ Printed hy M. Simmons, for fohn Roth- \ well, at the Sun 
and Fountain in \ Pauls Church-yard. 1648. | 24mo, pp. (l8), I- 
168, (8), 169-247, (i). Signatures in twelves. b. 80199 

An address of ten pages "To the Christian Reader," is signed "William Adderley." 
Another address of three pages is signed "John Geree and William Greenhill." Mr. 
Shepard's "Certain Select Cases " ends on page 1 68, and is followed by a catechism 
with the title : 

The First | Principles | of the Oracles of | God. | Collected | By Thomas Shepheard, ( 
Sometimes of Emanuel-Colledge. Now Preacher | of Gods Word in | New-England. | 
... I London,\Printed by M. Simmons, 1648.! This portion has the heading, "The Sum 



SHEPARD. 421 

of Christian Religion, in way of Question and Answer," and fills the remainder of the 
volume. The address "To the Christian Reader" is signed "William Adderly." 

Shepard. Certain | Select Cases | Resolved. | Specially, tending 
to the right | ordering of the heart, that | we may comfortably 
walk I with God in our general | and particular Callings. | By 
Thomas Shephard, | Sometimes of Emanuel-Colledge | in Cam- 
bridge, Now Preacher of | Gods Word in New- 1 England. | £<?«- 
don^ I Printed by W. H. for John Rothwell^ at the Sun | and Fountain 
in Pauls Church-yard^ near \ the little North-door. 1650.] 8vo, pp. 
(8), 87. A in four, b-f in eights, and G in four. L. 80200 

The first leaf, recto blank, contains on the verso the " Imprimatur Joseph Caryl," 
and the words: "This Reverend Author hath other practicall peeces. Viz. The 
Treatise of the Sabbath. Sincere Convert. Sound Beleever." The title, verso blank, 
is followed by an address of four pages "To the Christian Reader," signed "William 
Adderley," and "Dated from Charterhouse in London, Febr. 1. 1647." The "Cer- 
tain Select Cases "end on page 53. Pages 55-87 contain a catechism with the fol- 
lowing title : 

The First | Principles | of the | Oracles | of | God. | Collected | By Thomas Shephard, | 
Sometimes of Emanuel-Colledge. | Now Preacher of Gods Word | in New-England. |... 
\London,\Printed by W. Hunt. 1650.I An address "To the Christian Reader" on pp. 
57-58 is signed by "William Adderley," and " Dated, From Charterhouse in London, 
February, i. 1647." Another address to the "Christian Reader" on page 59 is signed 
"John Geree, and Will. Greenhill. Mar. 27. 1648." The text begins on page 61 
with the heading : " The Sum of Christian Religion : In way of Question and An- 
swer. Delivered by Mr. Th. Shephard in N. E." 

Shepard. Certain Select Cases Resolved. 1655. See 
"Theses Sabbaticae," 1655, infra^ note. 

Shepard. Certain | Select Cases | Resolved. | Specially, tending 
to the right | ordering of the Heart, that | we may comfortably 
walk I with God in our gene-|ral and particular | Callings. | By 
Thomas Shephard, | Sometimes of Emanuel Col- 1 ledge in Cam- 
bridge; Now I Preacher of Gods Word | in New-England.] \Lon- 
don :~\ Re-printed in the Tear, 1695. | 24mo, pp. (8), 11 2. a-e in 
twelves. L. 80201 

Pages 75-H2 contain a catechism with the following title: 

The First | Principles | of the | Oracles | of | God. | Collected | By Thomas Shephard, | 
Sometime of Emanuel Col-|ledge in Cambridge; Now | Preacher of God's Word | in 
New-England. |...|/?e-/!r/n/f?i/ in the Tear, 1695.I The running heading of this portion 
is: "The Sum of Christian Religion." 

For a later edition, see "Three Valuable Pieces," 1747, infra. 

Shepard. The Change of the Sabbath. See " Theses 
Sabbaticae," 1649, 1650, and 1655, infra., notes. 

Shepard. The | Church-Membership | of Children,] and their 
Right to 1 Baptisme, ] According to that holy and everlasting 
Covenant of God,] established between Himself, and the Faith- 

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422 SHEPARD. 

full and their Seed after] them, in their Generations : | Cleared up 
in a Letter, sent unto a worthy Friend of the] Author, and many 
Yeares agoe written touching that subject ; | By Thomas Shepard, 
sometimes Pastor of the Church | of Christ at Cambridg in New- 
England. I Published at the earnest request of many ; for the Con- 
solation I and Encouragement, both of Parents and Children in 
the hord. \ ...\ Cambridg \ Printed by Samuel Green. 1663. | 4to, pp. 
(22), 26. c, M., w. 80202 

Following the title is "A Preface to the Reader" of 18 pages, by Thomas Shepard' 
and two pages of anagrams, with verses, on Shepard, by John Wilson. The letter 
"was written by the Author's own hand: and not three months before the time of 
his Dissolution, and sent to one who, before the receipt thereof, was not so clear in 
the point of Infant-Baptisme, but was hereby recovered, and stablished in the truth." 
Three copies were in Mr. Brinley's sale, Nos. 862, 6220, and 7799. 

A second edition, Cambridge, 1669, in mentioned in Haven's list of ante-revolution- 
ary publications, but its existence is doubtful. 

Shepard. The Church-Membership of Children, and their 
Right to Baptism ... Boston.^ reprinted, ijbi. i2mo. 80203 

Shepard. The Church-Membership of Children, and their 
Right to Baptism ... New London^ reprinted by T. Green. 1769. 
Sm. 8vo, pp. 40. 80204 

Shepard. The | Clear Sun-shine of the Gospel | breaking 
forth I upon the] Indians | in | New-England. [Or, | An Historicall 
Narration of Gods | WonderfuU Workings upon sundry of the | 
Indians, both chief Governors and Common-people, | in bringing 
them to a willing and desired submission to | the Ordinances of 
the Gospel ; and framing their [hearts to an earnest inquirie after 
the knowledge | of God the P'ather, and of Jesus Christ | the 
Saviour of the World. | By Mr. Thomas Shepard Minister of the 
Gospel of I Jesus Christ at Cambridge in New-England. | ... | Lon- 
don.^ Printed by R. Cotes for "John Bellamy at the three golden | Lions 
in Cornhill near the Royall Exchange.^ 1648. | 4to, pp. (14), 38. 
A in four (including a preliminary blank leaf), a in four, b-f in 
fours (including a final blank leaf). b., h., l., w. 80205 

Contents: Title, verso blank; the epistle dedicatory, " To the Right Honourable 
the Lords & Commons Assembled In High Court of Parliament," in six pages, signed 
by Stephen Marshall, Jeremy Whitaicer, Edm. Calamy, William Greenhill, John 
Downam, Philip Nye, Syd. Symptson, William Carter, Tho. Goodwin, Tho. Case, 
Simeon Ashe, and Samuel Bolton; the epistle to the reader, "To the Godly and well 
aliected of this Kingdome of England," etc., in six pages, signed by the same twelve; 
text, pp. 1-38. This includes, *' Conclusions and Orders made and agreed upon by 
divers Sachims and other principall men amongst the Indians at Concord, in the end 
of the eleventh moneth. An. 1646," pp. 4-5; "The Order made last Generall Court 
at Boston the 26. of May, 1647. concerning the Indians, &c.," pp. 15-16; "The 



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Letter of Mr. Eliot to T. S. concerning the late work of God among the Indians," 
dated from " Roxbury this 24. of Septemb. 1647," pp. 16-29. 

This is the third of the series of tracts relating to the propagation of the gospel 
among the Indians of New England. It was reprinted in the "Collections" of the 
Massachusetts Historical Society, third series, vol. iv., pp. 25-67, and again as follows ; 

Shepard. The Clear Sunshine of the Gospel Breaking Forth 
upon the Indians in New-England, By Thomas Shepard. New 
York: Reprinted for "Joseph Sabin. 1865. 4to, pp. (22), 56, and 
covers. l. 80206 

" Sabin's Reprints, Quarto Series. No. x." Two hundred copies printed on small 
paper, and fifty copies on large paper. 

[Shepard.] The | Day-Breaking, | if not] The Sun-Rising | 
of the I Gospell | With the | Indians in New-England. | . . . | London^ j 
Printed by Rich. Cotes^ for Fulk Clifton^ and are to bee | sold at his 
shop under Saint Margarets Church on\New- fish-street Hill^ 1^4 7' | 
4to, pp. (2), 25. A-c in fours, d in two. l. 80207 

Corrected title of No. 22146, Vol. vi. On the verso of the title is the following 
address " To the Reader. Hee that pen'd these following Relations, is a Minister of 
Christ in New England, so eminently godly and faithfull, that what he here reports, as 
an eye or an eare witnesse, is not to be questioned ; Were he willing his name should 
bee mentioned, it would be an abundant, if not a redundant. Testimonial! to all that 
know him. Nathan. Warde." This notice has been supposed by some writers to 
refer to John Eliot, and the tract is accordingly sometimes ascribed to him. The evi- 
dence seems to indicate, however, that Thomas Shepard was the minister referred to, 
and that he wrote the relation. It is the second of the series of tracts relating to the 
propagation of the gospel among the Indians of New England. It was reprinted in 
the " Collections " of the Massachusetts Historical Society, third series, vol. iv., pp. 
1-23, and again as follows: 

[Shepard.] The Day Breaking if not the Sun Rising of the 
Gospel with the Indians in New England. New York : Reprinted 
for Joseph Sabin. 1865. 410, pp. (6), 32, and covers. L. 80208 

"Sabin's Reprints, Quarto Series. No. ix." Two hundred copies were printed on 
small paper, and fifty copies on large paper. Corrected title of No. 22147, ^o\. vi. 

Shepard. A Defence of the Answer. 1648. See Allin (J.) 
and Shepard (T.), Vol. i.. No. 921 ; and for a later edition, see 
"A Treatise of Liturgies," 1653, ^"f^^- 

Shepard. The First Principles. &(?" Certain Select Cases," 
1648, 1650, and 1695, supra., notes; "Theses Sabbaticae," 1655, 
infra., note; and "Three Valuable Pieces," 1747, infra. 

Shepard. Four | Necessary Cases | of | Conscience] Of daily 
Use. I Resolved in a letter of M^ | Thomas Shepheard, To a | 
Dear Friend of