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CATALOGUE 

OP THE kP^JZ.^^'^^ 

LIBK AEY 



OP THE 



PEABODT INSTITUTE 



OF THE CITY OF BALTIMORE 



PART II 

D-G 



BALTIMORE 
1885 



Press of Isaac Friedenwald, 
Baltimore, Md. 



]^OTE. 

This second volume of the catalogue contains 958 pages and 68,902 references. 

As all additions made to the library during the progress of printing are inserted, when 

possible, under one or more of the three entries — author, title, subject — a work may 

often be found under one of these heads and not under the others. When the 

principal alphabet has been finished, a supplement will be printed, completing these 

imperfect entries, and bringing the catalogue of the whole library down to the date of 

its concluding part. It will require not less than three volumes more, of over 900 

pages each, to complete the principal alphabet. 

N. H. MORISON, Provod. 

Peabody Institute, 

Baltimore, March 28, 1885. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



Abp. Archbishop. 

abth. abtheilung. 

anon, anonymous. 

Bp. Bishop. 

cent, century. 

ed. edited, edition, editor. 

1 ed., 2 ed., etc. First edition. Second edition, 

etc. 
Gr. Greek. 

herausg. herausgegeben. 
jahr. jahrhundert. 
jahrg. jahrgang. 
Lat. Latin. 
MS. manuscript. 
MSS. manuscripts, 
n. d. no date, 
n. p. no place. 
n. p6r. nouvelle periode. 



n. 8. new series, nouvelle serie. 

n. t. p. no title page. 

no. number. — nos., numbers. 

nouv. ed. nouvelle edition. 

p. page.— pp., pages. 

per. periode. 

1 per., 2 per., etc. premiere periode, seconde 

periode, etc. 
pi. plates, 
pseud, pseudonym, 
pt. part. — pts., parts, 
pub. published, publisher, 
rev. review of. 
s. series. 

1 8., 2 s., etc. First series. Second series, etc. 
tr. translated, translation, translator. 
V. volume. 



fo. folio. 

4°. quarto. 

8°. octavo. 

12°. duodecimo. 

el. fo. elephant folio. 

imp. 4°. imperial quarto. 



1. 8°. large octavo, 
obi. 4°. oblong quarto, 
p. 8°. post octavo, 
r. 8°. royal octavo, 
sm. 4°. small quarto, 
sq. 8°. square octavo. 



ExPLA.NA.TiON. — The figures that follow the name of an author, indicate the dates of his 
birth and death, as 1765-1859. When only one of these dates can be ascertained, it is inserted, 
leaving the other blank, as for birth, 1823—, for death, —1828, and, when no exact dates of an 
old author can be found, the century in which he lived is generally inserted. These dates, 
which are annexed to the names of authors only, are inserted but once, and that after the 
author 'fl name in the general alphabet. 



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869 



DA-COSTA 



I>. Key, T. H. On the convertibility of n 
and d. 6 pp. (Philol. Soc. London Trans. 1859, p. U5.) 

D . . . See Dezallier d'Argenville, A. N. 

]>a*aoiiat el moslemim. :Ma-Ka-Tsay. 2264 

Dabistaii. The ; or. school of manners 
[attributed to Mohsan Fani]. Tr. from the 
original Persian, with notes and illustra- 
tions by David Shea and Anthony Troyer. 
Paris, 1843. 3 v. 8°. (Orient. Trcatd. fund.) 

3174 

I>ablon, Claude. 17 <xnt. Relation of the 

vovages, discoveries, and death of father .James Mar- 
quette, and the subsequent voyages of lather Claudius 
AUouez. 64 pp. (Shea, J. G., Discov. and explor. of the 
Missisfip. valley, p. 3.) 

]>abney, Charles W. Jr. Analyses and val- 
uations of fertilizers, up to March 1, 18*3. 16 pp. (.V. 
C. Afjric. Exp. Station, 1883.)— Horn, leather, and 
^vooi-^aste. Finely ground phosphates, or "floats." 

20 pp. (A'. C. Agric. Exp. Station, 1883.) 

Dabney, Jonathan Peele. Memoir of Wil- 
liam Tyndale who first printed the N. Testament in 
English, 1525. 76 pp. (Bible, New Testament. By Wil- 
liam Tyndale, p. 9.) 

'Walker, J. Dabney's edition of Tyndale's Testa- 
ment. 32 pp. ( Chr. Exam. v. 23, 1838, p. 273.) 

Dabney, Robert L. Life and campaigns of 
Lieut.-Gen. Thomas J. Jackson (Stonewall 
Jackson). New York. 1866. 8°. 3874 

Dabry de Thiersant, Pierre. 1826—. 
Le ilahometisme en Chine, et dans le Tur- 
kestan oriental. Paris, 1878. 2 v. 8". —2265 

I>aeca, India. Walters, H. Census of D. 

■U pp. (Asiat. Research, v. 17, 1832, p. 535.) 

Dace or Dacia, Pierre de. See Peder, Canon 

of Ribe. 
Dacli, Simon. 1605-59. [Gedichte.] Her- 

ausg. von H. Oesterley. Tuebingen, 1876. 

8°. [Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, 

v. 130.) 

The same. Leipzig, 1876. 12°. (Goedeke, 

K., and Tittmann, J., Deutsch. dichter., 17 

jaJir. V. 9.) 
I>a«ia. Anville, J. B. B. d'. Description de 

la Dace conquise par Trajan. 19 pp. (Inst, de France, 
Acad. Inscript. Hist. v. 28, 1761, p. 444.)— M6molre sur 
les peuples qui habltent aujourd'hul la Dace de Tra- 
jan. 25 pp. (Inst, de France, Acad. Inscript. Hist. v. 
30, 1764, p. 237.)— Head, B. V., and Gardner, P. Cata- 
logue of Greek coins. The Tauric Chersonese, etc. 
1 p. (Poole, R. S., Cat. of Greek coins in the Brit. Mus. p. 
14.)— Mommsen, T. Instrumenta Dacia. 46 pp. { Cor- 
pus inscript. Lat. v. 3, pt. 2, p. 921.) — Ubielnl, A. De la 
colonisation romaine en D. 17 pp. (Biblioth. univ. et 
rer. Suisse, n. per. v. 8, 1860, p. 100.) 
^^e also Hungary. 

Dacier, Andre. 1651-1723. Life of Pytha- 
goras, with his symbols and golden verses. 
Together with the life of Hierocles, and his 
commentaries upon the verses. Collected 
out of the choicest manuscripts, and tr. into 
French, with annotations. Now done in 
English. The golden verses tr. from the 
Greek by N. Rowe. London, 1707. 8°. 5883 

Niceron, J. P. Mem. des hommes, v. 3. 

PAKT U.— 1. (15, 10, 83.) 



Dacier, Anne Lefevre. Madame. Niceron, 

J. p. Mem. des hommes, v. 3.— Sainte-Benve, C. A. 

Madame Dacler. 32 pp. i Causeries da Lundi, v. 9, p. 

379.) 

Dacier, Bon Joseph. Baron. 1742-1833. Rap- 
port historique sur les progres de Thistoire, 
et de la litterature ancienne depuis 1789, et 
sur leur etat actuel. Paris, 1810. 8°. 2235 
The same. (List, de France, Mem.) — 1143 

:6loge de d'AnvlUe. 17 pp. (Anville, J. B. B. d'. 

(Emres, v. 1, p. 1.)— Extrait d'un manuscrlt de Salnt- 
Martln-des-chainps, sur le bannlssement de Robert, 
C.-)mte d'Artols. 8 pp. (Leber, 3. M. C, Diuertat. 
rel. hist, de France, v. 17, p. 138.) 

Sllvestre de Sacy, A. I. Notice historique sur la 

vie et les ouvrages de D. 21 pp. (Inst, de France, 
Acad. Inscript. Mem. v. 12, pt. 1, 1839, p. 467.) 

Da Costa, Isaac. 1798-1860. Kompleete 
dichtwerken. Haarlem, 1861-63. 3 v. r. 8°. 

—3102 
Contents. Aan mljn zoon Abraham, bij zljne aan- 
emlng tot ltd der waalsche gemeente met een Bij bel, v. 
3.— Alexanders zegereest, v. 2.— lAlfonsns de 
eerste, v. 1.— Aan Dr. D. J. A. Amtzenlna, v. 2.— 
Aan Dr. D. J. A. Arntzenins met een prachtbijbel, 
V. 3.— Ter bruiloftsfeest van G. E. Baron van Asbecic 
en Jonkvrouwe Caroline van Hogendorp, v. 3.— Aan 
Ds. L. H. Baehler, v. 2.— De barre rots, v. 3.— Bede, 
V. 3.— Aan Vrouwe Alelda Beets, bij het afschied na 
ons tweede verrli j f te heeinstede. In den zomer van 
1847, v. 3.— Aan N. Beets, by de terugzendlng van een 
van hem geleend kartje van Haarlems omstreken, v. 
3.— .\au Jonkvrouwe Hanna Belmontc op haar ver- 
Jaarteest, met een afdruk van het erste deel mljner 
" Poezy," V. 2.— Benrtzaug voor een drietal klnderen 
op de koperen bruUof t hunner ouders. v. 2.— Bidden, 
V. 3.— Aan Bilderdijk, v. 2.— Aan Bilderdijk, by 
het atsterven van zijn zoon Julius WlUem, v. 1.— Aan 
Bllderdljk, met het eerste deel mijner " Poezy," v. 
2.— Aau de wel edele Heeren Mr. W. Bllderdijk en 
Mr. D. -I. vanLennep,v. l.-Aanmijne belief de gade.by 
de overgave van het laatste deel der kompleete dicht- 
werken van BilderdljlE, v. 3.— BUderdiJlt (eene 
herlnnerung), v. 2.— Gelukwensch aan meester en ar- 
beiders, ter drukkerij op het spaarne. met het im- 
primatur op het laatste blad der kompleete dichtwer- 
ken van Bilderdtjk, door een corrector, v. 3.— Op een 
afbeeldsel van BUderdlJk In 1787, v. 3.— Op het na 
den dood gemaakte afbeeldsel van Bilderdijlc, v. 2. 
—Gelukwensch aan onze hoog geschatte vrienden den 
Heer J. Bosboom en Mejonkvrouwe A. L. G. Tous- 
saint op den dag hunner echtverblndtenis, v. 3.— 
Feestdronk, ter gelegenheid der echtviering van den 
hooggel. Heer J. Bosscha en vrouwe M. 0. Boisse- 
vain, wed Pauly, v. 3.— Aan den Heer Bo^vrring te 
London.v. 2.— Ter zilveren bruiloft van den wel. eerw. 
Heer J. B. H. Bminier en Vrouwe Bonebakker, met 
een exemplaar van Messcherts " Gouden bruiloft," v. 
3.— By den rt-»-ieren van Babel, v. 2.— Een tooneel 
van Lord Byron's Cain, v. 2.— Cain, v. 2.— Aan den 
dichter Calisch in antwoord op een aan my gericht 
vers, V. 2.— Aan Mevrouw de doualri^re Calkoen, 
geb. Van de Poll, in antwoord op een geschenk van 
vruchten, v. 3.— Aan Dr. A. Capadose, v. 1, 2.— Ter 
bruiloftsviering van Dr. A. Capadose, ent Jonk- 
vrouwe A. van der Houven, v. 2.— Den Heere Dr. 
Emanuel Capadose, by het afsterven zljner echtge- 
noote, v. 1.— Aan .Jonkvrouwe Esther Capadose, v. 3. 
— Gedachten bl] het graf van den twaalfjarigen Hen- 
drik Christian Capadose, 2R Maart 1845, v. 3.— Ter 
echtviering van Mr. Isaac Capadose en Mejonkv. A. 
G. van Hoytema, v. 3.— Cassandras-vorzegging, v. 1. 
— De eliaos en liet llcitt, een halve-eeuws-lled, v. 3. 
•_Tor echt\-leringe van den Heer Mathile Jacques 
Cbevalller en Jonkvrouwe Esther BeUnonte, v. 2.— 



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Aan Margaretha Elizabeth de Clercq, ter herlnner- 
1ns aan bare aannemlng en bevesUging, v. 3.— Aan 
Willeni de Clercq by gelegenheld onzer verjaardageu 
(Jan. 13 en 14), lu 1K43, v. 2.— Aan eene vriendin, In dank 
voor eene kopij van bet doorCouwonberg geteekeude 
portret van Willem de Clercq, v. 2.— Deu Heere W. de 
Clercq, In antwoord op een woortreffelijk vers my j^y 
de uitgave der "Poezy" toegezonden, v. 2.— Ter vljf 
en twiuiig jarlge ecbtvereenlging van den Heer WUlem 
do Clercq en Vrouwe Caroline Charlotte Boissevain, 
29 Juli], 1S43, V. 2.— David, v. 3.— Aan Dezelfde, In 
antwoord op een geschenk van fljnen wijn, v. 2. — Aan 
een dfcbter by de geboorte van ziju zoon, v. 2. — Aan 
een dlcbter In zijne haUlngschap, v. 2. — Dichter- 
'M-ereld, v. 1. — DesdicKters lotbesteiiiiniiig, v. 1. 
— Vorafspraak bij de vorloezlng van liet dichlstuk 
Des dichters lotbesteniinluK, v. 1. — Dlclitrege- 
leii don Hr. en Mevr. W. de Clercq, toegezonden op 
den morgen van hun zUvoren feest, met een krlstallen 
bokaiil, V. 2.— Bij bet graf van Mr. Dirk Graal van 
Hogendorp, 22 Maart, 1«45, v. 3.— Aan mljne jougste 
dochter op den dag barer eerste avondmaalsviering, 
V. 3.— .\an raljn heden effjarip dochtertje, v. 2.— 
Ecce homo, v. 3.— Eeuzaanilieid, v. 2. — Aan mijne 
egade, v. 1. — Aan micno egade, op den 26en Decem- 
ber des jaars 1825, ter eersie verjarlng van onzen eer- 
stellng Willem Daniel.v. 2. — Aan mijne egade, op haar 
verjaarsteest, v. 3. — Aa mijne egade ter barer verjar- 
lng, 1826, v. 2. — An mljne liebe egade, op haar ver- 
jaardag, Invallende op goeden Vrijdag, 2 April dezes 
jaars 1847, v. 3. — Aan mijne teder geliefde egade oji 
bareu aaudoeulljken verjaardag den 2den April, 1845, 
V. 3. — Ter verjaaring raijner lleve egade op goeden 
Vrijdag, 2 April, 1858, v. 3.— Aan Ds. Egcllng, v. 2.— 
Elizabeth, v. 3.— Ter gelegenheld der jubel-restvior- 
Ing van liei zendeling-genootschap der Engelsclie 
Epl8Copale kerk, v. 3. — Het verhaal van den bode 
uli £8cliylu8 zeven tegen Thebe, v. 1. — Enrydice, 
V. 1.— Deu Heer J. A. van Eyken, by zijn vertrek 

naar Elberteld, v. 3 Ezecliiel, v. 3. — Aan mijne 

lieve Francisca, op de 23»ien Februarij des jaars 
1857, V. 3.— Johan Willem Friso, v. 2.— De gaaf der 
poezy,v. 1. — Aan mijne dlorbare gade, op liaren ver- 
jaardag eenlge dageu na den doop onzer jongstge- 
burene, v. 2. — Aan mijne gade, op den eersten ge- 
boortedag van onzen zoon Abraham, v. 2. — Een gebed 
▼oor den "Herant," v. 3. — Geestdrlft, v. 2. — 
Geestelijke v«'ai>enkreet,v. 2.-GeIuk eii plicht, 
V. 1. — Uet genie, v. 1. — Geroel, v. 1. — Tor nagcdach- 
tenis van mljujungen vriend Herman (jildcniees- 
tcr, v. 3.— God met ons, v. 2.— Hit Goethes Iplxi- 
genia In Tauris, de goden der Griekeii, v. 3.— Ult 
Goethe* Torqnato Tasso, de aanbiedlng van des 
dlctaters " Verloat Jerusalem " aan den hertog van 
Ferrara, ▼. 8.— Op het GorknniHclie Iieideudom, 
V. X — OraCiehrlft, v. 1 — Grafachrift voor een 
kind, V. 2.— Aan vroawe Groen van Prinsterer, 
geboren Van der Hoop, In haar album, v. 2. — Aan Dr. 
X. Gntxlair, v. 3.— llagar, v. 3. — Bl] hut atlcgen van 
ulterlijken rouw over ouze onvergetelijke Hanna, t. 
>. — De eenjnrlgo Ilanna aan bare Hove moedor en 
Klin, y. 2. — Heimwee, v. 3 — Heldenplelt, v. 1.— 
HemelTaartslled, v. 2.— Slotliod ac-bter de "Hea- 

rcrlden," v. 3.— By Hetzelfde op zljn doodbod, v. 
—Aan Jbr. WUlem van Hogendorp, by zijne bc- 
▼orderlng tot doctor In do n^chten, v. 2.— Ilolland- 
SckepocxjrjT. 1.— DUHomernallias i Hetarschuid 
van Hector; De klacbt van Helena by Hoctr>rH lljk, v. 
a.— Aan JoDkTTOUwe Hooft Tan Vreeland, v. 3.— 
Aan den hoog edel geaireugen Hoer H. C. van der 
Honven, op don eersten dag des JnarH 18+1, v. 2.— Do 

hulk Tan ataat, v. S Voor lerland, v. 3.— In 

••A«r Bijbel, v. 2 — Ines de Caatro, v. 1.— lona, 
▼. a.— lararl, v. 2— laracl cu Nederland, v. 2.— 
Aan laracla vcratrooiden, v. :<.— Jericho, v. 2.— 
Tra4{inoiiu-n ult hut boek van Joob, v. 3.— Aan een 
luqrittclatokje, v. 2.— Kerat-cn utetiMjaaraiu- 
trc«aaiu|en, v. 2.— T«r brullofi van Mr. llendrlk 
Jacob KoeiiCM en Junkvr. Dlonlaln Catharluii' van 
Balteren, V. 2.— Aan de leden dor twxede <:I>i»hu van 
K«ttlakllJkirederlandacheInalitnt,blldeopuu- 
ing der eorale zUtlny In 1844. v. 3. —Aan ucn kunate- 
nwr, met een afilruk van mljnu ■■ Vljt un iwlntig 
Jaren," v. 8.— Aan Itamartlnc, v. 2.— De Iteentv 
«lt Jada, V. 8.— Foesluing tor gelegenheld der vler- 
Ing van hot vljnigjarlg hoogleeraamampt van Mr. U. 
J. van lieitMcp, v. S. — up hot ft't-Ht <1nr verhrtHMier- 
tng aan fjardcMa lio«||ea«hool, 2i Novi^mher, ihih, 
V. I.— Idenic, V. 1.— I^r der dirhtkanat, v. 1.— 
Votumm^imff, r. 'i.— a - ' rouwe w. h. van 

■•••a.DTbareeobtver) ihr. Mr. I*. J. I'.Iout 

van floeuirwoade, v. :i r. K. U. Ijud%n, 

In antwoord nii mm hud rii.« ^'-'I'lit vnra, v. 8.— 1<«« 
Ihrra paalmlled, r. :« — Men r«ept vaaOfomiaMa 



bergen, v. 3.— Milton's kllnkdicht opdem moordder 

Waldensen, 1656, v. 3 Ult Sllltons Verloren Par- 

adijs, V. 3. — Aan den weleerwaarden Heer P. J. J. 
Slounier, met een exemplaar van hot dicbtverk 
"Apostolen en profeten," v. 3. — Het lied van Mozeg, 
V. 3. — An den Heer Johannes Mueller, v. 3. — Aan een 
unamgenoot -van Bilderdijk, ter gelegenheld van 
zijne eerste avondmaalsgemeeuschap, v. 2. — Napo- 
leon, V. 2. — Johan van Nassan, v. 2. — Lodewijk van 
Nassau, v. 2. — Willem Lodewijk van Nassau, v. 2. — 
Aan Nederland, in de Lente van 1844, v. 3. — By het 
examen dor Nederlandsche Portugeesch-Is- 
raelltische Armenschool, 15 Jullj 1818, v. 1.— By 
het openbaar examen der Nederlandsche Portu- 
geesch-Israelitische Armenschool, 19 Mei 1819, 
v. 1. — By het oponbnar examen der Nederlandsche 
Portugeesch-lsraelitische Armenschool, IT 
Mel 1820, v. 1 — Neheniiah IV. Aan mijn vriend, den 
tbeol. stud. H. P. Scliolte.uiigeirokken met de Leydsche 
studenten, Oct. 1830, v. 2.— Orleans, v. 2.— -Aan don 
oudsten zoou van een geliofden vriend, op deu dag 
van zijne aannemlng en doop in de Chrlstelijke ge- 
meente, v. 2. — Aan mijn oudsten zoon, etc., v. 2. — 
Aan den Heer en Mevrou de Marez Oyens-Waller, 
by hun koperen bruilott, v. 3. — Het paard, v. 2. — 
Paaschzangen, v. 2. — Uit Palestlna, v. 3. — Parijs, 
V. 2 De Perzen, v. 1. — Perzen. Pi'oeve van over- 
working, v. 1. — By den dood van liet jongste kind van 

onze vrlenden Gregory Fierson-Oyens, v. 3 Een 

aloud plnksterlied, v. 3. — Pinksterzangen, v. 2. 
— Aan de poezy, v. 2.— XJit Portugal, v. 3. — Prom- 
etheus, V. 1. — Raudschrlfl van een zilvereu beker, 
aaugoboden aan deu weleerw. Heer Clievallior, ua den 
doop van Mevr. Belmonte on hare dochtor, v. 2. — 
Roem der hope, v. 3. — Rouw en troniir, v. 3. — 
Aan Royer, in antwoord op zljn treffend geschenk 
van een borstbeeid van Willem den eerste, v. 3. — Op 
den marteldood van Eapliael Gomez Salzedo, v. 1. — 
Aan Dr. G. E. V. Schueevogt, met een exemplaar 
mijner " Poezy des jaars 1821 en mijner Voorlczingeu 
over de Evangelicn" van 1840, v. 3. — Schoollled. v. 
2.— Naar Schotland, v. 3.— Aan een schrijfpen, v. 
2. — Aan deu Hoer H. Krieger Schnmer, op den ge- 
denkdag zijner vijf en twintig jarlge ambtsvervulling, 
V. 3. — De slag by Nieuwpoort, v. 3. — Aan Jonkhr. 
J. C. Smissaert, by zljn vertrek als student in de 
godgeleerdheld naar de Leydsche hoogeschool, v. 2. — 
In het album der bewaarschool Sophia te Voor- 
burg, V. 3.— Soyons corame I'oiseau, v. 2. — Aan Ds. 
J. J. W. Staveren, met een buillonkop, uit naam van 
een zuster uit Israel, ter gelegenheld van bareu doop, 
V. 2. — De stem, v. 2. — De stem des Heercn, v. 3— 
Sterkte in God, v. 2 — Stilte, v. 3.— Uit Tassos 
Verlost Jerusalem, de eerste aanblick der helllge 
Btad, v. 3.— De tocht ult Babel, v. 2 — De traan, v. 
1. — Het treurspel, v. 1. — Het woord tot Tyrua, v. 3. 
— IJitbezoenliig, v. 2.— Aan mijn vader (opdracht 
van don bundel poezy), v. 1. — Aan Dr. M. J. Ver- 
kouteren, met een afbeeldsel van Willem de Clercq, 
V. 3. — De verlossing van Nederland, v. 1. — In het 
album vau den weleerw. Heer A. Versteegh, v. 3. — 
Vllf bijachriften aan Jhr. Mr. W. van Hogendorp : 
I. Willem de eerste; II. Maurits; III. Fredrik Hend- 
rlk ; IV. Willem de tweede ; Willem de derdo, v. 3.— 
ViJf en twintig Jaren, een lied in 1840, v. 2.— Op 
eene viJf en t-^vintigjarige echtgedachtenis, v. 
2. — Bij en afbeeldlng vau hot graf van Voltaire, v. 3. 
— Voorzieniglieid, v. 2. — Inlolding tot de hymne 
Voorzleuigheid, v. 2.— Voraafspraak by de voor- 
lezliig van eenlge dlchtstiikken, v. 1. — Vrede-en 
krijgszang, v. 2. — Aan eencu vriend, v. 2. — Aan een 
vriend mljns zoons, bl] zljn vertrek naar een veraf- 
gelegon land, v. 3.— Aan eon jongen vriend, op zljn 
vljftlenden verjaardag, v. 2. — Aan een jeugdlge 
vriendin. In haar album, v. 3.— Aan eene jeugdlge 
vriendin met mljne " Folltleke poBzy," v. 3.— In het 
album van Dr. A. de Vrlea, v. 3.— In het album van 
don Heer Mr. Jeronlmo de Vilea, v. 1.— Vrijhcid, 
V. 1.— WaarHeid, v. 1.— "Wachter! wat Is or van 
den nacht? v. 3.— Don Hoore J. J. F. Vl^ap, ten ant- 
woord op de to'^zoudlng vau zljn dichtstuk "Aan de 
Belgen," v. 2. — Ter vurjaring van den veldslag by 
IVaterloo, v. 1.— Aan Movrouw do doiuilrldre vau 
Weede van I>|jkveld, geb. Van Lennep, lu ant- 
woord op een goHohenk van bloenien, v. 3. — Het 
natuurlljk verband van wirabrgeerte en dicht- 
kunat, V. 1.— Aan Mr. J. W. \%'illek«a, v. 2.— Op een 
albooblHol van I'rUm Willem, v. 3.— Ter g(><liichienla- 
van Prim* W illem FrediMlk Maiult« Alcxamier Hend- 
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42, under Charles Wilkes. Crustacea. ' Phila. 
1852-55. a v. 4°. and atlas fo. —1602 

Atlas. —1691 



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United States'exploring expedition. 1838- 

42. under Charles Wilkes. Zoophytes. Phila. 
1846-49. 4° and atlas fo. —1602 

Atlas. —1681 

Geology of the exploring expedition. 30 pp. 

(Rev. of in .V. Am. Ree. v. 74, 18.52, p. 301.) 

See also American journal of science and art. 

J^BMtsi^ James Freeman, M. D. Memoir of. 11 

pp. (N. H. Hist. Soc. Coll. v. 2, 1827, p. 290.) 

and Dana, Samuel L. Outlines of the 

mineralogy and geology of Boston and its 
vicinity, with a geological map. Boston, 
1818. 8°. —1634 

Dana, Mrs. Mary S. B. Oilman, &. Mrs. 

Dana's Letters. 18 pp. ( Chr. Ezam. v. 39, 1845, p. 389.) 

I>ana, Richard Henry. 1787-1879. Poems 
and prose writings. New York, 1850. 2 v. 
12°. 2155 

Contents. All8ton'8 Sylphs of the seasons, v. 2. — 

Novels of Charles Brockden Brcwn, v. 2 Kdge- 

■wortli's Readings on poetry, v. 2— Hnzlitt's Lec- 
tures on the English poets, v. 2. — The Idle man, v. 1. 
— lat'^r as suited to man, v. 2. — Memoir of Henry 
Martyu, v. 2. — Natnntl liist4>ry of euthnsiagm, 
V. 2. — Old times, v. 2.— The past aiid the present, 
V. 2.— Poems, v. 1. — Pollok's Course of time, v. 2. — 
Kadclifle's Gaston de Blondeville, v. 2.— The Sketcli 
book, V. 2. 

(Rev. of in Brovmson's Quart. Rev. n. s. v. i, 1850, p. 
466; New EngUmder, v. 9, 1851, p. 28; Jf. Atn. Sev. v. 72. 
1851. p. 115.) 

Bnccaneer. 11 pp. {Harper's Mag. v. 45, 1872, p. 

641; Rev. of In Blackwood's Mag. v. i^ 1835, p. 416.) — 
Feltou, C. C. Dana's poems and prose writings. 13 
pp. ( Chr. Exam. v. 15, 1834, p. 392.)— Poems. 12 pp. 
(Rev. of la^m. Quart. Rev. v. 3, 1828, p. 115; y. Am. Rev. 
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(Rev. of in N. Am. Rev. v. 30, 1830, p. 274.)— "Whipple, 
E. P. Dana's Poems and prose writings. 19 pp. ( Chr. 
Exam. V. 48, 1850, p. 247 ; and in his Essays and reviews, 
V. 2, p. 3.58.) 

Stoddard, R. H. Richard Henry Dana. 8 pp. (Har- 
per's Mag. V. 58, 1879, p. 769.)— Ward, .J. H. Richard 
Henry Dana. 7 pp. {Atlant. Monthly, v. 43, 1879, p. 518.) 
—Wilson, J. G. R. H. Dana. 6 pp. (Scribner's MontUy, 
V. 18, 1879, p. 105.) 

Dana, Richard Henry, Jr. 1815-82. Sea- 
man's friend ; containing a treatise on prac" 
tical seamanship, with plates ; a dictionary 
of sea terms ; customs and usages of the 
merchant service ; laws relating to the prac- 
tical duties of master and mariners. 11 ed. 
Boston, 1865. 12°. —2777 

Two years before the mast and twenty- 
four years after . . . London, 1869. 12°. 
(Rev. of in Dem. Bev. v. 8, 1840, p. 318 ; N. 
Am. Rev. v. 52, 1841, p. 56.) 2497 

* B K Society. Harvard Univ. 5 pp. (Vallle, F. O., 

and Clark, H. A., Harvard Book, v. 2, p. 343.) 

Trio of American sailor-anthors. 8 pp. [Dublin 

Univ. Mag. v. 47, 1856, p. 47.) 

Dana, Ruth. Cliffs at Newport. Ip. {Harper's 

Mag. V. 57, 1878, p. 448.)— Gottfried's success. 7 pp. 
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V. 50, 1875, p. 187.) *- V -r -» 

Dana, Samuel. Atherton, C. H. Memoir of 

D. 15 pp. (N. H. Hist. Soc. Coll. v. 3, 1832, p. 9.) 

Dana, Samuel L. Mineralogy and geology 

of Boston. See Dana, J. F. 
Dana, William B. Merchants' magazine. 

See Hunt. F. 
Dante. Welcker, F. G. Danae, ein vasen- 

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Danbnry, Mass. Bailey, J. M. Life in 

Danbury. 1873. 
Danby, Thomas, Earl of. See Osborne, T. 
pabt II.— 2. 



Dance, Charles Daniel. Recollections of 
four years in Venezuela. With a map and 
three" illustrations. London, 1876. 12°. 2486 

Dance macabre. La. Dufour, V. 1688 

Dance of Death. 

Dufour. V. La dance macabre des SS. 
Linocents de Paris. 1874. 

FORTOUL, H. N. H. La danse des morts 

expliquee. n. d. 

HoLBEix, H. Dance of death exhibited 

in elegant engravings on wood . . . By 
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Dan^a general de los muertos. 16 pp. (Ticknor, 

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cabre. 35 pp. (Leroux de Llncy, A. J. V., and Tls- 
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Dance of society. De Garmo, W. B. 

—1798 

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orique et pratique de Tobesite. Paris, 1863. 

8°. —3764 

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Dancing doctor. The : Highland tale 

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Bourgeoises de quality, com£dle, v. 17, p. 135. 84pp. 



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—Chevalier k la mode, comfidle, v. 8, p. 425. 166 pp. 
— Et* des coquettes, comMle, v. 17, p. 1. 61 pp. 
— SI&180U de ciinipagne, corafedle, v. 16, p. 447. 66 pp. 
—Marl retrouve, com6dle, v. 17, p. 285. 70 pp.- 
Trois couglues, comedie, v. 17, p. 355. 110 pp. — 
Vacances, com^dle, v. 17, p. 219. 65 pp.— Veinlan- 
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Haiidiiia, Guillaume, of Grammont. 12 cent. 

Yit.'i B. Hiigonis do Lacorta; Ilinerarium fratrum 
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Daiidini, Gholamo. 1554-1634. Voyage to 

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]>andolo, Matteo. 16 cent. Relazione di 

liVaucia, 1542. .% pp. (Albferl, E., Belaz. amhas. veneti. 
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Danean, Lambert. Niceron, J. P. Mem. 

des hommes, v. 27. 

Danes, Pierre Iiouis. Niceron, J. P. Mem. 

des hommes, v. 19. 

I>anes. See Denmark. 

Danes and NoriA'egians in England, 
Scotland, and Ireland, Account of the. Wor- 
saae, J. J. A. 1548 

Dangeau, Louis de Courcillon, Abb4 de. 

Nlcoron, J. P. M6m. des hommes, v. 15. 

Dangeau, Philipjje de Courcillon, Marquis 
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de Chennevieres, Mantz. de Montaiglon, avec 
les additions inedits du Due de Saint-Simon, 
pub. par M. Feuillet de Conches. Paris, 
1864-60. 19 V. 8°. 2664 

— — Marqnis de Dangcan and Dnke de Saint-Simon. 
35 pp. (fMn. Htr. v. 119. 1K64, p. 61.)— M«moires de 
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p. 460.)— •»tut«-Beave, C. A. Journal du Marquis 
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JHUMKCr, poem. 1 p. (ScrHmer^s Monthly, 

T. 10. ins, P.37H.) • 

JHmgew des marlaKeift consanguins. Do- 
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Dangerfleld, Thomas. —1685. Informa- 
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— — Second narrative, wherein is contained a 
faithfnl charge against Lady Powis relating 
to murder of Sir Eklmundburj Go<lfrey. 



London, 1680. sm. fo. "{Tracts relating to 
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Cliildren of tlie perishing aud dangerous classes. 

18 pp. (iV. Am. liev. v. 79, 1854, p. 406.)— Duiioyer, B. 
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[Quart. Rev. v. 70, 1842, p. 1.)— Yoiine criminals. 28 
pp. {Westm. Rev. n. s. v. 4, 18.53, p. 137.) 
See also Pauperism. — Social Science. 

Dangerous condition of the country, A 

further consideration of the, by a Marylander. 21 pp. 
{With Howard, E. K., Am. bastiles.) 

Dangerous friendship. Cottin, S. R. 

2295 
Dangers at sea. 5 pp. {Fraser\s Mag. n. 

S. V. 11, 1875, p. 368.) 

Dangers of chloroform. Morgan, J. 

—3767 
Dangers to which I have been exposed. Nar- 
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Decouvertes d'autiquites k D. 2 pp. (Soc. roy. des 
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Danican, Auguste. 1763-1848. Le brigands 

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toire du temps present. Londres, 1796. 8°. 

^ 1674 

Danican, Frangois Andre, dit Philidor. 
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Daniel^ Hebrew prophet. Le Blant, E. Rep- 
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Haniel^Englishbishop [ofWiiichester?) Scent. 

Epistolae pro quodam presbytero religioso quern com- 
mendat universls regibus, ducibus, episcopis, etc. 
Bonifacio Mogunt. episc. 8 pp. (Migne, J. P., Pa^rof. 
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Daniel, Bp. of Salach. [Vita.] 1 p. (As- 

semanl, G. S., Biblioth. orient, v. 1, p. 495.) 

Daniel, Presbyter. [Vita.J 2 pp. (Asse- 

mani, G. S., Biblioth. orient, v. 2, p. 463.) 

Daniel, Frederick S. Memoir of J. M. Dan- 
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Daniel, Gabriel. 1649-1728. Histoire de 
France depuis I'etablissement de la mon- 
archie frangoise dans les Gaules. Paris, 
1755-57. 17 V. 4°. 1662 

Dos assemblies ou parlemens qui se tenalent 

sous les rois de la premiere race. 10 pp. (Leber, J. 
M. C, IHssertat. rel. hist, de France, v. 6, p. 257.)— De la 
longue chevelnre de nos ancieus rols. 10 pp. (Le- 
ber, J. M. C, IHssertat. rel. hist, de France, v. 8, p. 113.) 
— Dissertations sur I'origlne de lamonarcble fran- 
^aise, et la pr6teudue deposition do Chllderlc. 53 pp. 
(Leber, J. M. C, Dissertat. rel. hist, de France, v. 1, p. 
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trou-vfie dans I'histoire de France. 19 pp. (Leber, J. 
M. C, Dissertat. rel. hist, de France, v. 10, p. 247.)— Des 
tltres do Dues, Comtes, et Marquis ;De la dignltfi de 
mar6chal de A-anco ; De la dignltfi d'amlral do Franco. 
27 pp. (Leber, .1. M. 0., Dissertat. rel. hist, de France, v. 
6, pp. 1, 175.)— Dos trlbuts que les sujets des rois do 
la premiftro race leur payalent. 8 pp. (Leber, J. M. 
0., Dissertat. rel. hist, de France, v. 7, p. 384.) 

Daniel, George. 1789-1864. Merrie England 
in the olden time. A new ed. London, n. d. 
12°. 1266 

Disap^reeable surprise. 46 pp. (Cuftiberlaud, 

J., nrit. theatre, v. 14.)— Doctor Bolus. 28 pp. (Cum- 
berland, J., Brit, theatre, v. 13.)— "Sworn at Hlgb- 
Kate i " a musical farce. 41 pp. (Cumberland, J., 
Alinnr theatre, v. 6.) 

Memoir of D. 6 pp. (Cumberland, J., Brit, theatre, 

V. 30.) 



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Se« alio Cixmberlaiid, J. British theatre— Minor 
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I>aniel, George, of Besicick. Yorkshire. 1616- 
57. Poems. From the original MSS in the 
British Museum hitherto unprinted. Ed. 
with introduction, etc. by Rev. Alex. B. 
Grosai-t. Boston, Eng., 1878. 4 v. sm. 4°. 

1393 
Contents. Ecclesiastlcns: paraphrased, v. 2. 3.— 
Geuins of this great aad glorious He, v. 1.— Idyllla, 
V. 4.— Love platonicke, v. 1.— Some poeines, v. 1— 
Further poems, v. 2— Polelogia, v. 2.— Scattered 
fancies, v. 2.— Trinarcliddia, v. 3, 4.— Vervicen- 
sls, V. 1. 

Daniel, Henry John. 1818—. The Cornish 
thalia ; being original comic x>oems, illus- 
trative of the Cornish dialect. Devonport, 
n. d. 16=. 1357 

I>ailiel, Hermann Adalbert. 1812-71. Codex 

liturgicus ecclesiae universae in opitomen 

redactus. Lipsiae, 1847-53. 4 v. 8°. —1253 

Contents. Codex liturgicus ecclesiae Liutlieranae, 

V. 2. — Codex liturgicus ecclesiae Orientalis, v. 4. — 
Codex liturgicus ecclesiae Reformatae atqne Aii- 
^licauae, v. 3.— Codex liturgicus ecclesiae Romano- 
Catholicae, v. 1. 

Thesaurus hymnologicus, sive hymnorum 

canticarum, sequentianim circa annum MD 
usitatarum collectio amplissima. Carmina 
collegit, apparatu critico omavit, veteram 
interpretum notas selectas suasque adjecit. 
Lipsiae, 1855-56. 5 v. in 2. 8°. —1246 

Dauiel, Jacques Louis. Bp. of Coutances. 

1794^1862. Notice ; Mandements et lettres pastorales. 
17 pp. (Migne, J. P., Orat. sacris, v. 83, p. 633.) 

I>aniel, Rev. John. Ecclesiastical history of 
the Britons and Saxons. London, 1815. 8°. 

—1287 

Daniel, John Moncure. 1825-65. The Rich- 
mond Examiner during the war. With a 
memoir of his Life, by his brother Frederick 
S. Daniel. New York, 1868. 8°. 2655 

I>aiiiel, Peter Vyvian. Opinion of Judge 

Daniel, lu the case of Dred Scott. 22 pp. (Rev. ol in 
A'eio Enplander, v. 15, 1857, p. 345.) 

I>aiiiel, Pierre. Usener, H. Eine hand- 

scUritt Peter Daulels. 9 pp. (Rheinisch. mits. n. s. v. 
22, 1867, p. 413.) 

Daniel, Samuel. 1562-1619. Whole workes 
in poetrie. London, 1623. 12=^. 1366 

Contents. A description of beauty, tr. out of 

Marino The civile wares betwecae the howses of 

Lancaster and Yiirke. — Tragedie of Cleopatra.— To 
the Ladie Anne Clifford. — Complaint of Rosa- 
mond.— To Delia.— To Sir Thomas Egerton.— A 
fnnerall poeme upon the death of the late noble 
Earle of Devonshire. — To the Lord Henrie Ho^rard. — 
Hymen's trinmpli : a pastorall traglcomcBdlo. — 
I<etter written to a worthy countesse. — To the Ladle 
Iiucie, Conutesse of Bedford.— To the Ladle Mar- 

taret, Countesse of Cumberland. — T<^ the Right 
ev. Father in God, James Blontague. — Musopbi- 
1ns : containing a generall defence of learning. -Letter 
from Octavia to Marcus Antonius. — .\ pauegyrike 
to the King's Majesty. —Tragedy of Philotas.— 
Queenes Arcadia : a pastorall trage-comedle. — To 
the angell spirit of the most excellent Sr. Phillip 
Sidney. — Ulysses and the siren. — Vision of the 
twelve goddesses.— To Henry IrVriotbesIy, Earle of 
S<juthaniton. 
(Bev. of in Retrospect. Rec. v. 8. pt. 2, 1823, p. 227.) 

Collection of the history of England, 

from the conquest to the end of King Henry 

VI. 346 pp. (Kennett, W., Hist, of Eng- 
land, V. 1, 1719, p. 83.) 

Poetical works and life of. Edinburgh, 

1793. 8"^. (Anderson, R., jBrif. poefs. V. 4.) 

Description of beauty tr. out of Marino; Ulysses 

and the syren. 20 pp. (Cooper, E., JUuses' Lihr. p. 381.) 
— Cleopatra. 5 pp. (Bell, R., Songs from the dramat- 



UU, p. 71.)— Poems. 127 pp. (Chalmers, A., Btg. 
poets, V. 3, p. 455.)— Ricbard II, the morning before 
his murder in Pomfret castle. 4 pp. (Campbell, T., 
Brit, poets, v. 2, p. 302.) 

Cbalmers, A. Life of D. 5 pp. {In his Eng. poets, 

V. 3, p. 447.) 

Daniel, William Barker. —1833. Rural 
sports, with supplement. London, 1812-13. 
4 V. r. 8°. —1794 

Daniel. See also Daniell. — Danniel. 

Daniel ab lilosgwrn Mew. 1150-1200. 

Elegy i.>n Owain Gwynedd. [Welsh.] 2 pp. [Jl^yrian 
archai'il. of Wales, v. 1, p. 269.) 

Daniel Bar Chettab. [Notitia.] 2 pp. 

(Assemanl, G. S., Biblioth. orient, v. 2, p. 243.) 

Daniel de Paris, Pere. 18 cent. Conferences 
theologiques et morales completes. Paris, 
1854. r. 8°. (Migne, J. P., Orat. sacres, v. 48.) 

Daniel Deronda. Cross, Mrs. M. A. E. L. 

(George Eliot, pseivi.) 275 pp. [Harper's 3/ivj. v. 52, 1876, 
pp. 425, 594, 753, 899; v. 53, 1876, pp. 109, 266, 425, 592, 745.) 

Daniel O'Bonrke, an epic poem. 28 pp. 

{Blackwood's ilag. v. 7, 1820, p. 476 ; v. 8, 1821, pp. 40, 155 ; 
V. 10, 1821, p. 429.) 

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Meteorological essays and observations. 

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Daniell, Thomas and William. Foster, J. 

Daniell's Oriental scenery. 5 pp. ( Crit. essays, v. 2, p. 

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Daniell, W. H. The voice, and how to use 

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Daniell. See also Daniel. — Danniel. 

Dani^lo, Julien. 1800-66. Les conversa- 
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Daniels, Edward. Annual report of the 
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Daniels, George F. Huguenots in the Nip- 
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Danielssen, D. C, and Koren, Johan. 
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Holothurioidea. With 13 pi. and 1 map. 

[Noricegian and Eng.] Christiania, 1882. fo. 
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Danilevski, Mikhaelovski. History of the 
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Daiiilo I, Petrovitch Niegosh, Prince of 

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Danischmend, Geschichte des weisen. 

Wieland. C. M. Saemvit. icerke, v. 18. 1820. 

Danischmendes. Mordtmann, A. D. Die 

dynaatle der Danischmeude. 20 pp. 1 pi. (Deutsch. 
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Danish ballads and songs. 

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Rahbek, K. L. Danske viser fra middelal- 
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Berggreen, a. p. [Ed.) Danske folke- 

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[Ed.) Sange fra det danske huus-og 

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Grimm, W. K. Altdaenische heldenlie- 

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folkeviser. 1853-62. 3 v. 

Nyerup, R. Udvalg af danske viser, fra 

midten af det 16 aarhundrede til . . . 18. 
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Prior. R. C. A. Ancient Danish ballads 

tr. from the originals. 1860. 2 v. 

Sander, L. C. Auswahl altdaenischer 

heldenlieder und balladen mit durchgaen- 
giger ruecksicht auf die musik metrisch 
uebersetzt. 1816. 

Danish ballads. 11 PP- {Fraser's Mag. y.i5, 1852, 

p. 649.)— Secona batch of Danish ballads. 10 pp. 
{Fra-ter's Hag. v. 51, 1855, p. 86.)— Maerhelig (En) vise 
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Buchanan, R. The old ballads of Denmark. 12 

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bech, C. Nogle bemaerkninger over vore gamle 
danske folkeviser. 126 pp. (Skandin. litleraturseUkab, 
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See also Drama, Danish. 

Danish fairy legends and tales. Ander- 
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Danish fietion. 

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HOLBERG, L., Baron von. Niels Klims 

under jordiske reise. 1847. (Baggesen, J. I., 
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The same, in English. 
vlar romances.) 

The savie, in French. 
Voyages imag. v. 19.) 

Oehlenschlaeger, A. G. Noveller. 1851. 

(Digtervaei'ker og prosaiske skrifter, v. 7.) 

Oen i Sydhavet. 1852. 2 v. in 1. (Dig- 

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Thorpe, B. (Ed.) Yule-tide stories. 1853. 

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Abrahamson, W. H. F. Hulde. Fragment af en 

romaullMk forta<;Ulng, lildtll udtrykt, oversat af det 
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— — Hamilton, A. Popular tales of Denmark. 7 pp. 
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DanlMh folklore. See Folklore, Danish. 

DaniHh Uroenland, its people and its pro- 
ducts. Pink, H. 2466 

DaniNh lanxnaKC. Boswokth, J, Origin 
of the EugliHh, Germanic, and Scandinavian 
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(Weber, H., Pop- 
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Rafn. K. C. Ancienne languo danoise ou nordlque. 

37 pp. (In his Antiq. de I'orient, p. 12.)— Smidth, .T. H. 

Gin nogle eenstvdige ord. 43 pp. (Skandin. lilleratur- 
selskab, v. 21, p. 353.) 

Danish language. Dictionaries. Dansk 
ordbok udgiven under videnskabernes sel- 
skabs bestyrelse. 1793-1863. 7 v. 

Ferrall, J. S., and Repp, T. G. Danish- 
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Dansk-norsk-engelske ordbog. 1873. 

Haldorsen, B. Lexicon Islandico-Latino- 

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MOLBECH, C. Dansk ordbog. 1833. 2 v. 

in 1. 

Rosing, S. Engelsk-dansk ordbog. 1853. 

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Abrahan>8on, W. H. F. Anmaerknlnger til afhaud- 

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grammatiks endelser og former afdetlslandske sprog 
forklarede. 76 pp. (Skandin. litteralurseUkab, v. 17, p. 
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Danish legend. 2 pp. (Fraser''s Mag. v. 

29,1844, p. 485.) 

Danish literature. Bibliography. Col- 
lin, E. Anonymer og pseudouymer i den 
danske, norske, og islandske literatur. 1869. 

Erslew, T. H. Almindeligt forfatter- 

lexicon for Danmark med tilhorende bilande, 
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Nyerup, R., and Kraft, J. E. Dansk- 

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Danish literature. History and criticism. 
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Magnusen, F. Kortfattet udsigt over 

rune litteraturens. n. d. 

Marmier, X. Histoire de la litterature en 

Danemark, et en Suede. 1839. 

Petersen, N. M. Bidrag til den danske 

literaturs historic. 1853-64. 6 v. in 5. 

Danish literature, past and present. 22 pp. (iV. 

Jirit. Kev. v. 38, 1863, p. 303.)— Depping, G. Lltt6ra- 
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skjoeuno literatur under Kong Christian VI, og oni 
kongens ulyst til skiiespll. 60 pp. (Skandin. litteratur- 
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graphies hlstorie fra de aeldste tidor indtil Gram, 
Isaer med hensyn til hlstorions critlske behandling. 
64 pp. (Skandin. litteraturselskab, v. 8, p. 20.)— Oehlcn- 
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Ewalds liv og vaerker. 19 pp. (Diglervaerker og pro- 
saiske skrifter, v. 23, p. 121.) 

Note.— f be library has tho works of Iln^Kcsen, J., 
Helberg, J. L., Ingemann, B. 8., Oehlvnschlae- 
g;er, A. G. 

See also Skandinavlska lltteraturselskabs 
■krifter. 

Danish poetry. 

Baggesen, J. Poetiske skrifter. 1845-46. 
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dansk rim fra reformatjonstideu. 1880. 



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{Samfundet tU xidgivelse af gammd nordisk 
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Heibeeg, J. L. Poetiske skrifter. 1862. 

11 V. {Samlede skrifter, v. 1-11.) 

Herbert, W. Translations from the 

German. Danish, etc. 1804. 

IxGEMANN, B. S. Samlede romanzer, 

sange, og eventyrdigte. 1860-64. 8 v. in 4. 
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MOLBECH, C. Dansk poetisk anthologie. 

1830-40. 3 V. 

Of.ht.f.nsch l aeger , A. G. Digtervaerker. 

1851-54. 26 V. in 13. 

Thorkelin, G. J. De Danorum rebus 

gestis secul. Ill and IV. Poema Danicum 
dialecta Anglo-Saxonica. 1815. 

Bornemauu, M. H. En dansk inands stemme. IS 

pp. (Skandin. Utter aturseUkab, v. 5, p. 289.) — Knnd 
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tyvs Indbrud paa Holmen da jomfru Daunebrog laae 
ogsov; hoorledes ban stak lid 1 sengen, og lob bord 
med hendes skrin. 12 pp. {Sliomdin. lilteratur$ehkab, 
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the palace ol the lamp. 5 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 7, 
1820, p. 675.)— Olsen, G. H. Forsoeg til at besvare 
spoergsmaalet om gamle digtere skulle oversaettes 1 
prosa, metrik, eller rlmet, oplyst ved en dobbelt over- 
saettelse at Horatses. Ep. 1, B. 18 Ep. 20 pp. (Skandin. 
lUteratursehkab, v. 4, p. 460.)— Sitlirllc. Et dlgt. 17 pp. 
(Skandin. litteratur selskab , v. 6, p. 343.) — Svensson, B. 
Tacksamheten ; epigrammer. 4 pp. (Skandin. litteratur- 
selskab, v. 3, p. 234.)— Tbaamp, T. Atskedssang til 
aaret 1807. 9 pp. (Skandin. litteratur selskab, v. 5, p. 459.) 

Danish poetry. History and criticism. 

Marmiei-, X. Chants danols. 18 pp. (Rev. d. deux 
mmdes, 1S16, 4 a. v. 5, p. 712.)— Molbecli, C. Nogle 
bemaerkuiuger over vore gamle dauske roLkeviser. 
126 pp. {Skandin. litteratur seUkab , v. 19, p. 1.) 

Danish sound dues. 23 pp. iN. Am. 

Rev. v. 84, 1857, p. 48.) 

Daukelniann, Carl Ludolph, Freiherr von. 

Eloge de. 14 pp. (Berlin Akad. der wissens. M€m. 
1765, p. 541.) 

Dankers, Jaspar, and Slnyter, Peter. 
Journal of a voyage to New York, and a 
tour in several of the American colonies in 
1679-80. Tr. from the original MS in Dutch, 
and ed. by H. C. Murphy. Brooklyn, 1867. 
8°. (Long Island Hist. Soc. Mem. v. 1.) 

Danmarks folkesagn. Thiele, J. M. 
3 V. 1234 

I>anniarks gamle folkeTiser. Grundt- 
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Danuiarks og norges sagnhistorie. Muel- 
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Dannehl, Gustav. Ueber niederdeutsche 

sprache und literatur. 64 pp. (Samml. wisiem. vmtraege, 
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Danniel, Johann Friedrich. Woerterbuch 

der altmaerkisch-plattdeutschen mundart. 

Salzwedel, 1859. 8°. 1174 

Danniel. See also Daniel.— Daniell. 
I>\4nois. See Aulnoy, d'. 
Dans les bois. Dudevant, A. L. A. D. 

[pseud. G. Sand). Demih-es pages, p. 3. 
Danse macabre. See Dance of Death. 
Danseurs espagnols, Les. Gautier, T. 

Fusains et eaux-fortes, p. 89. 
Dansejr, James Cruikshank. The English 

crusaders. London, n. d. 4°. 3741 

Dansk-norsk litteratnrlexicon. Nve- 

rup, R., and Kraft. J. E. 2 v. L.91 

Dansk ordbog. Molbech,C. 2v.ini. 1175 
Dansk ordbog udgiven under videnska- 

bernes selskabs bestyrelse. Kiobenhavn, 

1793-1863. 7 v. 4°. 1193 



Dansk poetisk anthologie. Molbech, 
C. 3 V. 2346 

Danske folke-sange og melodier. Berg- 
green. A. P. [Ed.) —2753 

Danske literatnrs historie, Den. Horn, 

F. W. 2233 
Danske og Xorske riger paa de brittiske 

oer. Steeustrup, J. C. H. R. 1515 

Danske riser fra middelalderen. Abra- 
hamson, W. H. F., Nyerup, R., and Rahbek, 
K. L. 4 V. in 2. 2334 

Danskin, "Washington A. How and why I 
became a spiritualist. Boston, 1858. 8°. 

—1447 
D'Ansse de Tilloison, Jean Baptiste Gas- 
par. Dacier, B. 3. Notice histoiiQue sur la vie et les 
ouvrages de D. 23 pp. (.Inst, de France, Acad. Imcript. 
Mtm. V. 1, 1815, p. 354.) 

Dante Alighieri. 1265-1321. [Opere] col 
comento del P. B. Lombardi. Firenze, 1830- 
41. 6 V. 8°. 2363 

Contents. Delia prima e principale allef^oiia del 
poema di Dante, dl P. J. Fratlcelll, v. 6. — Delia prima 
e principale alle§;orla del poema di Dante, del Conte 

G. Marchettl, v. 5. — Deli' amor pa trio di Dante : 
apologia dal Conte G. Pertlcarl, v. 5. — Lettera del Dot- 
tore G. Blanghlul, v. 5. — Lettera di Monsignore G. 
Bottari, v. 5. — A'ppendice al canzoulere di Dante, 
V. 6 — Delia caglone per cui abbia Dante voluto a 
questo suo poema dare 11 tltolo di Commedla. 
Parere del Slg. F. R. Morando, v. 5. — Canto dl Bosono 
da Ugobblo sopra la espoeizlone e dlvisione della 
Commedia, v. 5. — Convito, v. 4. — Argomenti del 
trattatl e capltoll component! 11 Con'vlto, . . . del 
Sig. F. Scolarl, v. 6. — Quando e con qual fine il Con- 
vito losse dall' Alighieri dettato, dissertazlone di P. -J. 
Fratlcelll, v. 6.— Vita di Dante scritta da L. Aretlno, 
V. 5. — Vita di Daute composta da G. Boccaccio, v. 5. — 
Vita di Dante scritta dal Cavallere G. TiraboschI, v. 5. 
— La Divliia commedla, v. 1-3. — Di un antico testo 
a penna della Divlna commedla : lettera del P. A. dl 
Costanzo, v. 5. — Esame della Dl-viua commedla, dl 
G. dl Cesare, v. 5. — ludice del noml propr] e deile cose 
notabill contenute nelle tre cantlche della Divina 
commedla, v. 4. — Indlce delie voci della Dlvlua 
commedla, v. 4. — Rlmario della Divlua comme- 
dla secendo 11 testo della Crusca, v. 4. — Serle dell' 
edizionl della Dl-rlna commedla, v. 5.— Tavola delie 
variantl che s'incoutrano nell' edizione della Dlvlua 
commedla eseguita in Udlne sul codlce bartoliuiauo 
nel 1823, confruntata col nostro testo, v. 5. — Esamo 
delie correzlonl che pretendeva doversl fare nella 
edlzloue origliiale del 1791 G. J. de' Marches! 
Dionlsi, v. 5. — Egloglke latlue dl Giovanni del Vir- 
gillo e di Dante, v. 6.— Dantis Allgheri! eplstolae 
quae exstant cum disqulsitiooibus atque itallca Inter- 
pretatione P. J. Fratlcelll, v. 6. — Prefazlone dl P. J. 
Fratlcelll alle eplstole dl Dante, v. 6. — Sopra alcune 
eplstole dl Dante novellamente rltrovate, artlcolo 
del Sig. Prof. C. Witte, dal Irancese tradotto da P. J. 
Fratlcelll, v. 6. — Breve trattato sopra la forma, posi- 
zione, e mlsura dell' lafemo, v. 5. — Ltettere di G. G. 
de Rossi e dl F. Cancellieri, v. 5. — Dautis Aligherll 
Florentlni Monarchla cum italica iuterpretatione 
atque prooemio Marsllii Ficlni Florentlni, v. 6.— Pre- 
fazlone dl P. J. Fratlcelll al trattato della 9Iouar- 
cilia, V. 6.— Ode alealca, v. 5.— Plstola alio impera- 
tore Arrlgo di Luzimburgo, v. 4 — Ricerche storico- 
blbllograflco-crltlche intorno ie poesle ilrlcbe pub- 
blicate a stampa col nome dl Dante, v. 6. — Sulle 
poesle llrlche che si banno a stampa col nome d! 
Dante, dissertazione critlca di P. J. Fratlcelll, v. 6. — 
Indlce aifabetico dl tutte le rlnne pubbllcate col nome 
dl Dante, v. 6. — Indlce tri parties della rime dl Dante, 
V. 6. — Rime, v. 5. — Note del Slg. F. de Romania, v. 
5. — Conclusione del Sig. de Romauls, v. 5. — Dello 
stile dl Daute. Eloglo del Slg. F. R. Morando, v. 5. 
— La -vlsloue del monaco Alberico, v. 5. — Vita 

nnoira, v. 4 Sull" operetta di Dante, che ha per 

tltolo la Vita nnova, dissertazlone dl P. .J. Fratlcelll, 
V. 6.— Della Volgare eloqnenza, v. 4.— Prefazlone di 
P. J. Fratlcelll all' operetta del Volgare eloqnio, v. 
6. — Dantis Allgheri! de Vulgar! eloquio slve 
idlomate Ilbri duo, v. 6. 

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don, 1861. p. 8°. (Bohn, H. G,, Illustr. 
Libr.) 2365 

Contents. Inferno. — Paradlso. — Pnrgatorlo. 

(Rev. of In Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 16, 1840, p. 590 ; Edin. 
Rev. V. 57, 1833, p. 412 ; Qmrt. Rev. v. 49, 1833, p. 449.) 

Divine comedy. Tr. by Henry Wads- 
worth Longfellow. Boston, 1867. 3 v. r. 8°. 

1343 

Cmtents, Inferno, v. 1.— Paracllso, v. 3.— Pur- 
§^torlo, T. 2. 

First canticle (Inferno) of the Divine 

comedy. Tr. by Thomas William Parsons. 
Boston, 1867. 8°. 1343 

The New life. Tr, by Charles Eliot Nor- 
ton. Boston, 1867. r. 8°. 1343 
The same, tr. by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. 
{In his Dante and his circle, 1874, p. 29, and 
Early Italian poets, 1861, p. 223.) 

Le Purgatoire. Traduction et commen- 

taire avec texte en regard par A. F. Ozanam. 
Paris, 1873. 12°. (Ozanam, A. F., OEuvres, 
V. 9.) 

Deatb of Ugolino. 1 p. {Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 21, 

1843, p. 657.)— Ueber die Goettllclie Itomoedie ; Die 
Hoelle; Die Bueszungswelt; Das Hiinmelreich; Bal- 
late; Canzone; Zwel sonette. 190 pp. (Schlegel, A. 
W. von, Saemmt. werke, v. 3, p. 199.)— Sonetto e can- 
zone. 2 pp. (Glronl, U., Raccnlta lirici ital. p, 2.) — Son- 
nets. 21 pp. (Kossettl, D. G., Dante and his circle, p. 
110.)— Stories and life. 279 pp. (Hunt, J. H. L., Stories 
from the Ital. poets, v. 1, p. 1.)— To-wer of Famine. 2 
pp. {Fraser's Mag. v. 52, 1855, p. 350.) 

AMPiiRE, J. J. A. La Grece, Rome, et 

Dante. 1865. 

Baehr, J. K. Dante's gottliche comoedie 

in ihrer anordnung nach raum und zeit. 
1852. 

Barlow, H. C. On the Vernon Dante, 

with other dissertations. 1870. 

Boccaccio, G. II comento sopra la Corn- 
media di Dante Alighieri. 1831-32, 3 v. 
{Opere volgari, v. 10-12.) 

CoLOMB DE Batines, P. Bibliografia 

dantesca. 1845-46, 2 v. 
Deutsche Dante Gesellschaft. Jahrbuch. 

1867-77, 4 v. 

Fauriel, C. C. Dante et les origines de 

la langue, et de la litterature italiennes. 
1854, 2 v. 

Hitchcock, E. A. Notes on the Vita 

nuova and minor poems of Dante. 1866. 

Ozanam, A. F. Dante et la philosophie 

catholique au treizieme siecle. 1872. {CEu- 

vres, V. 6.) 
Rossetti, D. G. Dante and his circle. 

1874. 
Early Italian poets from Ciullo d ' Al- 

camo to Dante Alighieri. 1861. 

Rossetti, M. F. A shadow of Dante. 1871. 

WiTTE, K. Dante forschungen. 1869. 

AlUoii, .Sir A. Hofnor, Dante, and Michael Angelo. 

SI pp. (Kiiuj/i poHt. hi$l. and misce.l. v. 2, p. 37; Miscel. 
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(Rev. d. deux mondes, 1855, n. p6r. 2 s. v. 10, p. 749.) — 
Diimnr, F. Peinture moderne en France. David et 
son 6cole. 32 pp. (Biblioth. univ. et rev. Suisse, v. 38, 
1870, p. 5.)— Regiiet.C.A. J.L.David. 21pp. (Dohme, 
K., Kunst und kuenstler, v. 6.) 

David, Jules. Modern Greek grammar. Tr. 

from the French, by Rev. George Winnock. 

London, 1825. 8°. —2116 

David, Pierre Jean. Art and its ministers. 

10 pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 70, 1867, p. 92.)— Dela- 
borde, H. David. 23 pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1878, 
3 per. V. 27, p. 423.)— Jouiii, H. David d'Angers, I'ar- 
tiste et I'ecrivaln. 24 pp. (Correspondant, n. s. v. 73, 
1877,p. 252.)— Planche,G. Beaux-arts. La statue de 
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p. 98.) — Du philopoemen de D. 9 pp. (Rev. d. deux 
mondes, 1837, 4 s. v. 12, p. 228.)— Lo fronton du Pantheon. 
25 pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1837, 4 s. v. 11, p. 410.) — 
Peintres et sculpteurs modernes de la EYancc. David 
d'Angers. 27 pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1856, 2 p6r. v. 2, 
p. 73.) 

David Comnenus, Emperor of the East. 

Laiiglois, V. Aspre iuedlt de D. 2 pp. (Rev. archM. 
1849, p. 115.) 

David Copperfield, The personal history 

of. Dickens, C. J. H. 1264 

David " tlie telynwr ; " or, the daughter's 

trial. 18 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 58, 1845, p. 96.) 

Davideidos. See Cowley, A. 
Davideis. See Cowley, A. 

Davids, Arthur Lumley. 1811—. Grammar 
of the Turkish language : with a preliminary 
discourse on the language and literature of 
the Tiirkish nations. London, 1832. 4°. 
(Rev. of in Journ. asiat. 3 s. v. 6, 1838, p. 
103.) —2142 

Davids, T. W. Annals of evangelical non- 
conformity in the county of Essex, from the 
time of Wycliffe to the restoration ; with 
memorials of the Essex ministers who were 
ejected or silenced in 1660-62. London, 1863. 
8°. —1265 

Davids, Thomas William Rhys. 1843—. 
Buddhism : being a sketch of the life and 
teachings of Gautama, the Buddha. With 
map. London, 1882. 16°. —2267 

Lectures on the origin and growth of reli- 
gion as illustrated by some points in the his- 
tory of Indian Buddhism. New York, 1882. 
8°. (Hibbert lectures, 1881.) —2261 

[Ed.) Journal of the Pali Text Society, 

1882. London, 1882. 8°. [Pali Text Soc.) 

3107 

and Oldenberg, Hermann. Vinaya 

texts, tr. from the Pali. Oxford, 1881-82. 
2 V. 8°. (Mueller, F. M., Sacred books of the 
east, V. 13, 17.) 

Davidson, Alexander, and Stuv6, Ber- 
nard. Complete history of Illinois from 1673 
to 1873. Springfield, 1876. 8°. 3593 

Davidson, Benjamin. Analytical Hebrew 
and Chaldee lexicon . . . with a grammati- 
cal analysis of each word, and lexicogra- 
phical illustration of the meanings. A com- 
plete series of Hebrew and Chaldee para- 
digms, with grammatical remarks and ex- 
planations. Loudon, 1848. sm. 4°. 1174 

Davidson, Col. G. J. C. Travels in India. 

13 pp. (Uov. of in Blackwood's Mag. v. 55, 1844, p. 321.) 

Davidson, Edward. Railways of India : 
with an account of their rise, i)rogress, and 
construction, written with the aid of the re- 



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cords of the India office. London, 1868. 

8°. —2714 

Davidson, George. Coast pilot of Alaska 

(First part) from southern boundary to 

Cook's Inlet. 1869. Washington, 1869. r. 8°. 

( U. S. a Sun: Pacific coast. ) —2763 
Coast pilot of California, Oregon, and 

Washington Territory, 1869. Washington, 

1869. r. 8°. {U. S. C. Surv. Pacific coast.) 

—2763 
Davidson, Harriet Miller. Sununer (poem). 

1 p. (Fraser's Mag. v. 76, 1867, p. 237.) 

Davidson, J. Morrison. Eminent English 
liberals in a ad out of Parliament. Boston, 



1880. 12°. 



3812 



Arch, J. 
Beal, J. 
Beesly, E. S. 
Bradlaugh, C. 
Bright, 3. 
Burt, T. 

Chamberlain, J. 
Conway, M. D. 
Courtney, L. H. 
Cowen, J. 
Dale, R. W. 
Dilke, Sir C. W. 



Contents. 

Fawcett, H. 
Freeman, E. A. 
Glatlstone, W. K 
Herbert, A. 
Lawson, Sir W. 
Haxse, F. A. 
Morley, J. 
Uundella, A. 3. 
Picton, 3. A. 
Klchard, H. 
Spurgeon, C. H. 
Taylor, P. A. 

Davidson, James Leigh Strachan. Polybius. 

38 pp. (Abbott, E., Uellenica, p. 387.) 

Davidson, Lucretia Maria. Amir Khan, 

and other poems. 14 pp. (Kev. ol in Quart. Ret. v. 41, 
1829, p. 289.) 

Poe, E.A. Lucretia Maria Davidson. 10 pp. {Wm-ks, 

ed. J. H. Ingram, v. 4, p. 246.)— Sedgwlclt, C. M. Me- 
moir of D. 76 pp. (Si>arks, 3., Am. biog. 1 s. v. 7, p. 219.) 

Davidson, Margaret Miller. Poe, E. A. 

Margaret Miller Davidson. 10 pp. {Workt, ed. J. H. 
Ingram, v. i, p. 246.) 

See also N. Am. Rev. v. 53, 1841, p. 139 ; Quart. ReT. v. 

69, 1842, p. 91. 

Davidson, Samuel, D. D. 1807—. Canon 
of the Bible, its formation, history, and fluc- 
tuations. London, 1877. 12°. —1228 

Introduction to the New Testament ; con- 
taining an examination of the most impor- 
tant questions relating to the authority, in- 
terpretation, and integrity, of the canoni- 
cal books with reference to the latest in- 
quiries. London. 1848-49. 3 v. 8°. (Rev. of in 
Biblioth. Sacra, v. 6, 1849, p. 357; London 
Quart. Rev. v. 32, 1869, p. 1 : New Englander, 
T. 9, 1851. p. 35 -, Westm. Rev. n. s. v. 34, 
1868, p. 36.) —1236 

Introduction to the study of the New 

Testament, critical, exegetical, and theolog- 
ical. London, 1868. 2 v. 8°. (Rev. of in 
Brit. Quart. Rev. v. 49, 1869, p. 30.) —1224 

On a fresh revision of the English Old 

Testament. London, 1873. 12°. —1227 

Treatise on Biblical criticism, exhibiting 

a systematic view of that science. Boston, 
1853. 2 V. 8°. —1226 

Introdaetlou to the Old Testament. 38 pp. (Rev. 

of in London Quart. Rev. v. 19, 1863, p. 285 ; Westm. Rev. 
n. s. V. 22, 1862, p. 40.)— l^eturea on Biblical criUcism. 
27 pp. (Rev. of In £din. Rev. v. 72, 1841, p. 132.)— Noyes, 
G. R. Davidson on Biblical criticism. 9 pp. (Chr. 
Exam. V. 54, 1853, p. 419.) 

Davidson, Thomas. 1817—. British fossil 
Brachiopoda. With a general introduction. 
I. On the anatomy of Terebratula, by Prof. 
Owen. II. On the intimate structure of the 
shells of the Brachiopoda. by Prof. Carpen- 
ter. III. On the classification of the Brachi- 
opoda, by Thomas Davidson. London, 1851- 
67. 3 v. 4°. {Palaeont. Soc. v, 



16, 17, 18.) 



Monograph of British permian Brachio- 
poda. London, 1857. 4°. (Palaeont. Soc. 
V. 17.) 

Monograph of the British carboniferous 

Brachiopoda. London, 1857-62. 4°. {Pal- 
aeont. Soc. V. 17.) 

Monograph of the British cretaceous Bra- 

chioixKia. London, 1852-54. 4°. (Palaeont. 
Soc. V. 16.) 

Monograph of the British devonian Bra- 
chiopoda. London, 1864-65. 4°. {Palaeont. 
Soc. V. 18.) 

Monograph of the British fossil Brachio- 
poda : Silurian. With observations on the 
classification of the Silurian rocks, by Sir 
Roderick Impey Murchison. London, 1866- 
71. 3 v. 4°. {Palaeont. Soc v. 18, 22, 24.) 

Monograph of the British fossil Brachio- 
poda. Supplements. London, 1874-76. 3 v. 
4°. {Palaeont. Soc. v. 27, 30.) 

Monograph of the British oolitic and 

liasic Brachiopoda. London, 1851-52. 4°. 
{Palaeont. Soc. v. 16.) 

Monograph of the British tertiary Bra- 
chiopoda. London, 1852. 4°. {Palaeont. 
Soc.\. 16.) 

Report on the Bracbiopoda. 67 pp. 4 pi. (Chal- 
lenger Exp. Zool. V. 1, p. 1.) 

Davidson, Thomas (TV.) Philosophical sys- 
tem of Antonio Rosmini-Serbati. See Ros- 
mini-Serbati, A. 

Davidson, Thomas. 1838-70. The jeet-black 

groom. 4 pp. {Harper's Mag. t. 55, 1877, p. 361.) 

Service, J. A Scottish " Elia." 11 pp. (Maemman't 

Mag. V. 36. 1877, p. 307.) 

See alio Blackwood's Mag. v. 123, 1878,4). 178. 

Davie, William Richardson. Hubbard, F. M. 

Life of D. 135 pp. (Sparks, J., Am. biog. n. s. v. 15, p. 1.) 
— Ijongacre, 3. B., and Herring, J. Life of D. 8pp. 
{In their Nat. portr. gaUery, v. 3.) 

Davies, Charles, i:i.Z). 1798-1876. Elements 
of analytical geometry : embracing the equa- 
tions of the point, the straight line, the conic 
sections, and surfaces of the 1 and 2 order. 
New York, 1848. 8°. —2425 

Elements of descriptive geometry, with 

their application to spherical trigonome- 
try, spherical projections, and warped sur- 
faces. Phila. 1840. 8°. —2436 

Elements of the differential and integral 

calculus. New York [1843]. 8°. —2436 

Metric system, considered with reference 

to its introduction into the United States ; 
embracing the reports of Hon. John Quincy 
Adams, and the lecture of Sir John Hers- 
chel. New York, 1871. 12°. —2434 

Treatise on shades and shadows, and 

linear perspective. 2 ed. New York, 1838. 

8°. —24M 

The same. New York, J859. 8°. —1713 

and Peck, William G. Mathematical 

dictionary, and cyclopedia of mathematical 
science. Comprising definitions of all the 
terms employed in mathematics, an analysis 
of each branch, and of the whole, as form- 
ing a single science. New York, 1856. 8°. 

—2425 

Davies, Charles Maurice, D. D. History of 
Holland and the Dutch nation, from the 
beginning of the 10 century to the end of the 
18. London. 1851. 3 v. 8°. 3644 



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Mystic London : or, phases of occult life 

in the metropolis. London, 1875. 8°. 1535 

navies, Mrs. Charles Maurice. Memorials 
and times of Peter Philip Juriaan Quint 
Ondaatje. Utrecht, 1870. 8°. 5883 

I>avies, Capt. Edward {Tr.) Life of Barto- 
lome E. Murillo, compiled from the writings 
of various authors. London, 1819. 12°. 5876 

l>avie8, Bev. Edward. 1756-1831. Celtic 
researches on the origin, traditions, and 
language, of the ancient Britons ; with some 
introductory sketches, on primitive society. 
London, 1804. 8°. (Rev. of in Edin. Rev. v. 
4, 1804, p. 386.) 1783 

Claims of Ossian examined and appre- 
ciated ; an essay on the Scottish and Irish 
Ijoems published under that name . . • 
Swansea, Eng. 1825. 8°. 1343 

Mythology and rites of the British Druids, 

ascertained by national documents ; and 
compared with the general traditions and 
customs of heathenism, as illustrated by the 
most eminent antiquaries of our age. With 
an appendix containing ancient poems and 
extracts, with some remarks on ancient 
British coins. London, 1809. 8°. —2275 

Davies, Rev. Edward William Lewis. Al- 
giers in 1857. Its accessibility, climate, and 
resources described with especial reference 
to English invalids. London. 1858. p. 8°. 

3427 

]>aTies, Henry, M. D. Hand-book of dom- 
estic medicine ; popularly arranged. By an 
eminent physician. [Anon.] London, 1860. 
p. 8°. (Bohn, H. G., Sci. Libr.) —3777 

I>aTie8, *James. Catullus, Tibullus, and 
Propertius. Phila. 1877. 16°. (Collins, W. 
L., And. classics for Eng. readers.) 

Hesiod and Theognis. Phila. 1880. 16°. 

(Collins, W. Ij., And. classics for Eng. readers.) 

Bavics, Sir John. 1569-1626. Works in 
verse and prose. Ed. by Rev. A. B. Grosart, 
v. 2, 3. n. p. 1876. 2 v. 12°. (Fuller Wor- 
thies' Mrr.) 2116 

Contents. AntJqnarian essays, v. 3. — Charge at 
York, V. 3.— Declaration of the king concerning the 
title ol his son to the Duchy of Coriitvall, v. 2. — The 
question concerning Impositions, tonnage, pouud- 
RKO, etc., V. 3.— A dlscoverie of the true causes why 

Ireland was never entirely subdued, v. 2 State 

papers on Ireland, v. 3.— A discourse of la-w and 
lawyers, T. 2.— niemorlal-iiitroducdon, v. 2.— The 
case of praemunire, v. 2.— Reason's academle, 
V. 2.— Reason's inoane, v. 2.— Speeclies in Ire- 
laud, V. 3. 

— — Complete poems. Ed. with memorial 
introduction and notes by Rev. Alexander 
B. GroBart. London, 1876. 2 v. p. 8°. 1366 

Discoverie of the true causes why Ire- 
land was never entirely subdued nor brought 
under obedience of the crowne of England, 
untill the beginning of his majestie's happie 
raigne. [Anon.] [London],1612. sm. 4°. 2577 

Poetical works. London, 1773. p. 8°. 

(Rev. of in lietroHpect Rev. v. 5, pt. 1, 1822, 
V'*^') , 1887 

Poetical works and life of. Edinburgh, 

1798. 8*. (Anderson, R., Brit, poets, v. 2.) 

■*~ 'ILS*** J*'P"'*'"' '■■* I'l'- (Cooper, E., Mutet' Lihr. 
**• «''*'*^f •*•*""• '* ••''• (Campbell, T., Ifrit. poets, 
T. a, D. 877 ; Clialin«rM, A., Kny. jwr.ls, v. 5, |i. 79.) 

- CliAlncra, A. Life of \y. 4 ,,,,. (/„ Ut En(?. poets, 
V. 6, p. 75.)-S<owcli, Urd (—). Observations on, 
wlln a copy of, the procuedlugs in the Parllamont of 



the Middle Temple, respecting a petition of Sir J. Da- 
vies to he restored to the degree of Barrister. C pp. 
(Archaeolngia, v. 21, 1827, p. 107.) 

DaTiCS, John, D. D. Estimate of the human 
mind ; a philosophical inquiry into the legit- 
imate application and extent of its leading 
faculties, as connected with the principles 
and obligations of the Christian religion. 
New. ed. London, 1847. 8°. —1425 

]>avieB, John, 3f. A. Hindu philosophy. 
The Sankhya karika of Iswara Krishna. An 
exposition of the system of Kapila. With 
an appendix on the Nyaya and Vaiseshika 
systems. London, 1881. 8°. 3193 

I>avics, John, of Hereford, Eng. Notice of. 

10 pp. (Retrospect. Rea. n. s. v. 2, 185i, p. 229.) 

Davies, John Fletcher. Cicero's speech for 

A. Cluentlus Habitus. 36 pp. (Hermathena, v. 2, p. 387.) 
— Meaning of certain How»eric ■words. 25 pp. [Her- 
matliena, v. 1, p. 129.)— Professor Campbell's Sopho- 
cles. 45 pp. (Hermathena, v. 1, p. 336.) 

Davies, John Llewelyn. Notice of. 20 pp. 

(Dublin Univ. Mag. u. 8. v. 3, 1879, p. 583.) 

Davies, Robert [Ed.) Life of Marmaduke 
Rawdon of York, or, Marmaduke Rawdon 
the 2 of that name. London, 1863. sm. 4°. 
(Camden Soc. No. 85.) 

Davies, Rev. Rowland, LL. D. 1649-1721. 
Journal of, from March 8, 1688-9, to Sep- 
tember 29, 1690. Ed., with notes, and an 
appendix, and some account of the author 
and his family, by Richard Caulfield. Lon- 
don, 1857. sm. 4°. (Camden Soc. No. 68.) 

Davies, T. Lewis O. Supplementary Eng- 
lish glossary. London, 1881. 8°, R.16 

DaTies, Thomas. 1712-85. Dramatic mis- 
cellanies ; consisting of critical observations 
on several plays of Shakespeare . . . With 
anecdotes of dramatic poets, actors, etc. 
London, 1785. 3 v. p. 8°. 8376 

Memoirs of the life of David Garrick, in- 
terspersed with characters and anecdotes of 
his theatrical contemporaries. London, 1808. 
2 V. p. 8°. 4857 

Some account of George Lillo. 39 pp. (Llllo, G., 

Dramatic works, v. 1, p. 5.) 

Davies, Thomas. Preparation and mount- 
ing of microscopic objects. Ed. by John 
Matthews. London, [1873]. 16°. —1677 

I>avies, Thomas Stephens. Solutions of the 
principal questions of Dr. Button's course of 
mathematics : forming a general key to that 
work, designed for the use of tutors and 
private students. London, 1840. 8°. —2427 

Rutherford, William, and Fen- 
wick, Stephen. The mathematician. Lon- 
don, 1856. 3 V. 8°. —2426 

I>avies, William. Description and discovery 
of the river of Amazon. 2 pp. (Purchas, B., His pil- 
grimes, v. 4, p. 1287.) 

Davles, William. Pilgrimage of the Tiber, 
from its mouth to its source : with some ac- 
count of its tributaries. London, 1873. 8°. 

1473 

DaviesH, Joseph Hamilton. Coleman, R. T. 

Jo Daviess of Kentucky. 16 pp. [Harper's Mag. v. 21, 
I860, p. 341.) 

I>avila, Arrigo (or Enrico) Caterino. 1576- 

1631. Dell' istoria delle guerre civili di 

Francia. Milano, 1807. 6 v. 8°. 1686 

The same, tr. from the Italian by Ellis 

Farneworth. London, 1758. 2 v. 4°. 1672 

Nlveron, J. P. M6m. des horames, v. 39. 



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Documentos relatives a. 
V. 8°. [Colec. de docum. 



Irishman in 
1617 



DUirila, Sancho. 
Madrid, 1857. 2 
ined. v. 30, 31.) 

Davin, Nicholas Flood. Tlie 
Canada. London, n. d. 8°. 

Da Tinci, L. See Vinci, L. da. 

Davis, Alexander Jackson, and others. Ru- 
ral residences. New York, 1837. 4°. —1771 

Davis, Andrew Jackson. 1826 — . Approach- 
ing crisis, being a review of Dr. Bushnell's 
course of lectures on the Bible, nature, reli- 
gion, skepticism.and the supernatural. Bos- 
ton, 1878. 12°. —4256 

Arabula. or the divine guest. Containing 

a new collection of gospels. 5 ed. Phila. 
1873. 12°. ^ —4256 

Children's progressive Lvceum. New 

York, 1874. 18°. " —4256 

Death and the after life. Also, a voice 

from James Victor Nelson. 14 ed. Boston. 
1878. 12°. —4256 

The Diakka and their earthlv victims : 

being an explanation of much that is false 
and repulsive in spiritualism. New York. 
1873. 12°. —4256 

Events in the life of a seer, being memo- 
randa of authentic facts, in magnetism, 
clairvoyance, spiritualism. New York. 1873. 
12°. -4256 

The fountain, with jets of new meaning. 

4 ed. Boston. 1877. 12°. —4256 

Free thoughts concerning religion, or na- 
ture versus theology. New York, 1873. 12°. 

—4256 

Genesis and ethics of conjugal love. New 

York, 1874. 12°. —4256 

Great harmonia ; being a philosophical 

revelation of the natural, spiritual, and celes- 
tial universe. New York. 1873-75. 5 v. 12°. 

—4256 

Harbinger of health, containing medical 

prescriptions for the human body and mind. 
New York, 1874. 12°. —4256 

Harmonial man. or thoughts for the age. 

New York, 1873. 12°. —4256 

History and philosophy of evil ; with 

suggestions for more ennobling institutions 
and philosophical systems of education. New 
York, 1873. 12°. —4256 

Magic staff, an autobiography. 13 ed. 

New York, 1876. 12°. —4256 

Mental disorders, or diseases of the brain 

and nerves, developing the origin and phil- 
osophy of mania, insanity, and crime, with 
full directions for their treatment and cure. 
New York, 1871. 12°. —4256 

Morning lectures. Twenty discourses 

delivered before the friends of progress in 
the city of New York in the winter and 
spring of 1863. New York. 1865. 12°. —4256 

Penetralia : being harmonial answers to 

important questions. Boston, 1872. 12°. 

—4256 

Answers to ever recurring questions from 

the people. A sequel to the Penetralia. 7 
ed. Boston. 1878. 12°. —4256 

Philosophy of special providences. A vis- 
ion. New York, 1873. 12°. —4256 

paet n.— 4. 



Philosophy of spiritual intercourses, be- 
ing an explanation of modem mysteries. 
New York, 1875. 12°. —4256 

Present age and inner life, ancient and 

modern spirit mysteries classified and ex- 
plained. A sequel to Spiritual intercourses. 
Boston, 1877. 12°. —4256 

Principles of nature, her divine revela- 
tions, and a voice to mankind. New York. 
1850. 8°. —1443 
The same. Boston, 1876. 8°. —4255 

Sacred book containing old and new gos- 
pels ; derived and tr. from the inspirations 
of original saints. Boston, 1873. 12°. —4256 

Stellar key to the summer land. New 

York, 1876. 12°. —4256 

Views of our heavenly home. A sequel 

to Stellar key to the summer land. Illustr. 
with diagrams. Boston, 1878. 12°. —4256 

Tale of a phvsician, or the seeds and 

fruits of crune. Boston, 1869. 12°. —4256 

Poiiglikeepsie seer, and his revelations. 16 pp. 

(Fraser's Mag. v. 37, 18i8, p. 127.) 

Davis, C. The Pigot murder. 9 pp. [Har- 

yers Mag. v. 30, 1865, p. 40.) 

Davis, Charles. Hydraulic engineering. • 17 

pp. 4 j)l. 'ITiurston, B. H., Reports Com. U. S. Vienna 
InUmat. Exhib. t. 3.) 

Davis, Charles Henry. LL. D. 1807-77. 

Theory of the motion of the heavenly bodies. 

See Gauss, K. F. 
Law of deposit of the flood tide t its dynamical 

action and ofttce. 13 pp. (Smithson. Inst. Contrib. v. 3.) 

Ileadley, .J. T. In his Farragut and our naval 

coraraanclers, p. 252. 19 pp. 

Davis, Charles Henry Stanley. History of 
Wallingford, Conn.. Meriden, and Cheshire. 
With portraits. Meriden. Conn.. 1870. 8°. 

2624 

Davis, Clara. Brockett, L. P., and Vaughan, 

Mrs. M. C. In their Woman's work in the civil war, p. 
400. 4 pp. 

Davis, Daniel. Manual of magnetism, in- 
cluding galvanism, magnetism, electro-mag- 
netism, electro-dynamics, magneto-electric- 
ity, and thermo-electricity. 12 ed. Boston. 
1857. 12°. —1526 

Davis, Rev. E. J. Anatolica ; or, the journal 
of a visit to some of the ancient ruined cities 
of Caria. Phrygia, Lycia, and Pisidia. Lon- 
don. 1874. 8°. 1784 

Davis, Edwin Hamilton. 1811 — . Ancient 
monuments of the Mississippi valley. See 
Squier. E. G. 

Davis, Francis. Beauty. 1 p. [Dublin 

Vniv. Mag. v. 50, 1857, p. 395.)— Faith. 1 p. (Ihiblin 
rnii:. J/a^. V. 48, 1856, p. 139.)— Flowers. 1 p. [Dublin 
Unir. Mag. v. 49, 1857, p. 677.)— LiOTr and clean s a 

harvest melody. 1 p. {Dublin Vniv. Mag. v. 48, 1856, p. 

494.)_Mary. 1 p. {Dublin Vniv. Mag. v. 63, 1864, p. 618.) 

^>nr coast. 5 pp. {Dublin Vniv. Mag. v. 48, 1856, p. 

106.)— Onr colours and creeds. 1 p. {Dublin Vnir. 

Mag. V. 48, 1856, p. 140.)— I»rogre8s. 2 pp. {Dublin 
Vnin. Mag. v. 49, 1857, p. 564.)— Sonnets. 1 p. {Dublin 
Vniv. Mag. v. 49, 1857, p. 398.) ♦ 

Davis, George Lynn-Lachlan. Day-star of 
American freedom, or the birth and early 
growth of toleration, in the province of 
Maryland : with a sketch of the colonization 
upon the Chesapeake and its tributaries, pre- 
ceding the removal of the government from 
St. Mary's to Annapolis. New York. 1855. 
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Davis, Mrs. George T. M. Brockett, L. P., 

and Vaughan, Mrs. M. C. In their Woman's work In the 
civil war, p. 352, 5 pp. 

Davis, Henry Winter, XL. D. 1817-65. The 
war of Ormuzd and Ahriman in the 19 cen- 
tury. Baltimore, 1852. 8°. —2335 

Snmner, C. In his Works, v. 10, p. 104, 5 pp. 

Davis, Hewitt. On foreign corn importa- 
tion. 9 pp. (Rev. of In J'jflser'.s J/a(jf. V. 3, 1831, p. 727.) 

Davis, Isaac P. Dean, J. W. Isaac P. Davis. 

8 pp. (New Eug. Hlbt. Geneal. Soc. Mem. bivg. v. 2, p. 
327.) 

Davis, J. Edward. Antarctic maps. 5 pp. 

(Soutli Kensington Mus. Handb. of sci. apparatus, lb76, 
p. 'im.) 

Davis, Jefferson. 1808—. Rise and fall of 
the Confederate government. New York, 
1881. 2 V. 8°. (Rev. of in Atlant Monthly, 
V. 48, 1881, p. 405.) 2643 

Bledsoe, A. T. Is Davis a traitor V 1866. 

Craven, J. J. Prison life of Jefferson 

Davis. 1866. 

Pollard, E. A. Life of Jefferson Davis. 

1869. 

Davis and Lee. 12 pp. {Southern Rev. v. 2, 1867, 

p. 231.)— Imprisonment of D. 22 pp. {Southern Rev. 
V. 1, 1867, p. 233.)— .Jordan, T. Jefferson Davis. 11 pp. 
(Harper's Mag. v. 31, 1865, p. 010.)— President Jeffer- 
son Davis. 10 pp. {Blackwood's Mag. y.'a'i,, 1^2, Tp.M'i.) 
"Knnning at the heads": being an authentic ac- 
count of the capture of D. C pp. {Atlant. Monthly, v. 
IG, 1865, p. 342.) 

See also United States, Civil war. 

Davis, John. —1605. Voyages and works. 
Ed. by A. H. Markham. London, 1880. 8°. 
{Hakluyt Soc.) 1445 

Contents. Third voj'age of the Erie of Cumberland 
to the Azores, by E. Wright.— Last voyage of Thomas 
Caudish, by J. Jane.— Relation of tlio course which 
the Sunshine and Norlhslarro . . . held, by H. Morgan. 
—Voyage of Capt. John Davis to the Elasteruc India' 
written by himself.— I..etter from John Davis to tlie 
Earl of Essex.— Letters from John Davis to William 
Sanderson.- Letters patent . . . for the search and 
rtiscoverle of the north-ivest passage.— First voy- 
age of John Davis, undertfiken for the discoverie of the 
north-tvest passage, by J. Jane.— Second voynge 
attempted by John Davis for the discoverie of the 
north-T»-e8t passage, by himself.— Third vovage 
nortb-\«'estwai-d made by John Davis, written by 
J. Jane.— Jlr. John Davis his observaiions voyaging 
from Achen to Tiku and Priaman. —Seaman's 
secrets.— Traverse booke made by John Davis in 
his tljlrd voyage for the discoverie of the north-west 
passage.— Last voyage of Jolin Davis with Sir Edward 
Mlchelborne.— Bibliographical listof -works on nav- 
igation during the rclgn of Elizabeth.— Worlde's 
nydrograpliical description. 
— -,A riiter.orbriete direction for readie sayling into 
the East India. 12 pp. (Purchas, 8., His pilgrimes. 
V. 1, p. 444.)-Voyage to the Kast Indies in 1598. 9 pp. 
(Oroen. J.. Voyages, v. 1, p. 254; Kerr, R., Voyages, v 8, 
p. 4J; Purchas, 8., His pilgrimes, v. 1, p. 116 )-Second 
voyage, with Sir Edward Mlchelborne. into the East 
Indies. 8 pp. (Purchas, 8., His pilgrimes, v. 1, p. 132 ) 

~7:.«"^^n. ^'®*^™®"^'»» George, Hall, 

ih?. "« ^'.'••='^^*«'!^'« l'^ »J'« J'orthwestT 2 pp. (Pur- 
CDM, 8., //uj/t/j/nineji, V. 5, p. 813.) » i » "^ 

I^ViH, John, LL. D., of Boston. Francis C 

mrrm.)'- '"""• (»^'^««-Hi«t.soc. co«?s.v'.io: 

^'^'*'M**^,o^^^Gov.ofMas8. 1787-1854. Sketch 

of iLe life „t Adams. pp. (Adams, J. Q., I'oemVof 
religiim and twitty, p. 7.) t -•'<, i veins o/ 

— - ""y*". »• *■• John DftvJs. 14 pp. (New Enu Hist 
Oeneal. 8<jc. Mem. biog. v. 2, p. 172. -Kinnicul* T 
Memo r of V. 18 pp. (a,„. VniKj. 8<.c. "w.'v." ISb?'. 

p. MO.) • 

DaTlS, John, of SaliHlntry, Eng. Travels of 
four yearH and a half in the United States of 
T^H^^^ ; during 1798, 1799, 1800, 1801, and 
1802. Dedicated by permission to Thomas 



Jefferson, President of the United States. 
London, 1803. 8°. (Rev. of in Edin. Rev. 
V. 2. 1803, p. 443.) 2475 

Davis, Sir John Francis. 1795—. China, 
during the war, and since the peace. Lon- 
don, 1852. 2 V. 8°. (Rev. of in Edin. Rev. 
V. 98, 1853, p. 98.) 3447 

Poeseos Sinicae commentarii. The poetry 

of the Chinese. New and augmented ed. 
London, 1870. 4°. 3192 

[Ed.) The fortunate union, a romance, 

tr. from the Chinese original, with notes and 
illustrations : to which is added a Chinese 
tragedy. London, 1829. 2 v. 8°. [Oi-ient. 
Trans, fund.) 3174 

The Chinese. 33 pp. (Rev. of in Quart. Rev. v. 56, 

1836, p. 489.) 

Davis, Joseph Barnard, M. D. 1801—. Thes- 
aurus craniorum. Catalogue of the skulls 
of the vai-ious races of man, in [his] collec- 
tion. London, 1867. 8°. 1794 

and Thurnaui, John. Crania Brit- 

annica : delineations and descrijjtions of the 
skulls of the aboriginal and early inhabitants 
of the British islands ; with notices of their 
remains. London. 1865. 2 v. r. 4°. 1702 

Davis, L. Clarke. My night in a stage-coach, 

a true story of Cliristmas-eve. 5i)p. {Scrilmer'.i Monthly , 
V. 9, 1875, p. 368.) 

Davis, Matthew L. 1766-1850. Memoirs of 
Aaron Burr. With miscellaneous selections 
from his correspondence. New York, 1858. 
2 V. 8°. (Rev. of in Am. Quart. Rev. v. 21, 

1837, p. 74 ; N. Am. Rev. v. 49, 1839, p. 155.) 

3872 

Private journal of Aaron Burr. See Burr, 

A. 

Davis, Nathan. 1812—. Carthage and her 
remains : being an account of the excava- 
tions and researches on the site of the Phoe- 
nician metropolis in Africa, and other adja- 
cent places. London, 1861. 8°. 1787 

Inscriptions in the Phoenician character, 

now deposited in the British Museum, dis- 
covered on the site of Carthage, during re- 
searches made at the expense of Her Majes- 
ty's government, in the j^ears 1856, 1857 and 
1858. London, 1863. obi. fo. 1212 

Ruined cities within Numidian and Car- 
thaginian territories. London, 1862. 8°. 

1724 
Davis, Nathaniel. Expedition of a body of 

Englishmen to the gold mines of Spanish America in 
1702. 15 pp. (Dampier, W., Coll. of voyages, \. 3, p. iGl.) 

Davis, Nathaniel Morton. Deane, C. N. M. 

Davis. 5 pp. (New Eng. Hist. Geneal. Soc. Mem. biog. 
V. 1, p. 141.)— Mitchell, N. Memoir of D. 3 pp. (Muss. 
Hist. Soc. Coll. 4 8. V. 4, 1858. p. 492.) 

Davis, Rev. Noah. 1804—. Narrative of the 
life of, written by himself. Baltimore, 1859. 
12°. ' 3877 

Davis, Noah K. Theory of thought. A trea- 
tise on deductive logic. New York, 1880. 
8°. —1433 

Davis, Paris M. Authentic history of the 
late war between the United States and 
Great Britain. With a full account of every 
battle by sea and land : the defection of Gen. 
Hull, his trial and sentence ; the massacre 
at the river Raisin ; the destruction of the 
city of Washington ; the treaty of peace in 
1816. New York, 1836. 12°. , 1648 



DAVIS, Rebecca B. H. 



895 



DAVY, Sir H. 



Daris, Mrs. Rebecca Blaine Harding. David 

Gaum. ;?ipp. [Atlanl. Monthly, y. 10, ISe^i, pp. '251, iOa.) 
—Day with Doctor Sarah. 6 pp. (Harper's Mag. \. 61, 
1878, p. 611.)— Earthen pitchers. 43 pp. {Scrilmer's 
Monthly, V. 1, 1874, pp. 73, 199, 274, 490, 595, 714.)— Ellen. 
13 pp. {Atlant. Monthly, v. 16, 1865, p. 2-2.)- Faded leaf 
of historv. 9 pp. (Atlant. Monthly, v. 31, 1873, p. 44.)— 
George Bedillion's knight. 24 pp. (Atlant. Monthly, 
V. 19, 1867. pp. 1.55, 289.1— Great air-engine. 26 pp. 
{Atlant. Monthly, v. 12, 1863, p. 701.)— High tide of De- 
cember. 18 pp. (Atlant. Monthly, v. 17, 186G, p. 47.)— 
John Lamar. 13 pp. (Atlant. Monthly, v. 9, 1862, p. 
411.)— Ijife lu the Iron-iuUls. 22 pp. {Atlant. Monthly, 
V. 7, 1861, p. 43(J.)— Imck ot Abel Steadman. 11 pp. 
(Atlant. Monthly, v. 16, 1865, p. 3:31.)— Man in the cage. 
6 pp. (Harper's ^a<7.v.56, 1878, p. 79.)— Marcia. 4 pp. 
{Harper'i Mag. v. 53, 1876, p. 925.)— Married people. 
6 pp. (Harper's Mag. v. 54, 1877, p. 730.!— Out of the 
sea. 17 pp. (Atlant. MimthJy, v. 15, 1865, p. 53-3.)- Sfa- 
tasqna. 30 pp. (.Scritmer's Monthly, v. 1, 1871, pp. 58, 
159, 283.)— Paul Blecker. 52 pp. (Atlant. Monthly, 
V. 11, 1863, pp. .580, 677 ; v. 12, 1863, p. 52.)— Promise of 
the dawn ; a Christina.s story. 16 pp. (Atlant. Monthly, 
V. 11, 1863, p. 10.) — Stephen Yarrow^. 23 pp. {Atlant. 
Mimthly, v. 13, 1864, p. f>6.)— Story of the plague. 7 pp. 
(Harper's Mag. v. 58, 1879, p. 443.)— Story of to-day. 85 
pp. {Atlant. Monthly, v. 8, 1861, pp. 471, 582, 707 ; v. 9, 
1862, pp. 40, 202, 282.)— Snnday In Limeburgh. 9 pp. 
{Scribner's Monthly, v. 15, 1878, p. 523. )— Walhalla. 7 
pp. (Serihner's Monthly, v. 20, 1880, p. 139.)— Wire's 
story. 19 pp-. (Atlant. Monthly, v. 14, 1864, p. 1.) 

DaTis, Samuel. Memoir of. 3 pp. (Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Coll. 3 s. V. 5, 1836, p. 25.3.) 

I>aTi$$, Thomas. Sketch of. 10 pp. {DuNin 

Univ. Mag. v. 29, 1817, p. 190.) 

I>a\'ii^, William. Journey round the library 
of a bibliomaniac ; or. cento of notes and 
reminiscences concerning rare, curious, and 
valuable books. London, 1821. 8^. W..55 

Olio of bibliographical and literary anec- 
dotes and memoranda, original and selected. 
London. 1817. 12°. W.68 

I>aTis, William. 17 cent. True relation of 
the travels and most miserable captivity of. 14 pp. 
(Osborne, T., Voyages, v. 1, p. 475.) 

DaviSf William Augustus. Sonnets. 1 p. 

( Chr. Exam. v. 37, 1844, p. ISO.) 

I>avis, William M. Nimrod of the sea ; or. 

the American whaleman. New York, 1874. 
12°. —1677 

Uaris, William T. Ancient landmarks of 
Plymouth. Pt. I. Historical sketch and 
titles of estates. Pt. H. Genealogical regis- 
ter of Plvmouth families. Boston, 1883. 8°. 

2622 

Davis, William Watts Hart. El Gringo ; or, 
New Mexico and her people. New York. 
18.57. 8°. 2476 

History of the 104 Pennsylvania regiment 

from Aug. 22, 1861, to Sept. 30, 1864. Phila. 
1866. 8°. 2646 

Spanish conquest of New Mexico. Dovles- 

town, Pa., 1869. 8°. §.593 

Davis' strait. Duncan. D. Voyage to 
Davis' strait. 1826-27. 1827. 

Davison, Francis. Circa 1575-1619. Poetical 
rapsody, containing diverse sonnets, odes, 
elegies, madrigalls, and other poesies. Lon- 
don, 1602. sm. 4°. (irtY/i England's Helicon: 
Collier, J. P.. iJeprmfs.) 1384 

Poetical rhapsody ; to which are added 

several other jjieces. With memoirs and 
notes, by Nicholas Harris Nicholas. London, 
1826. 2 V. 8°. 1375 

Davison, Rev. John. 1777-1834. Discourses 
on prophecy, in which are considered its 
structure, use. and inspiration. New ed. 
Oxford. 1870. 8°. —4214 



Keiimian, J. H. John Davison, Fellow of OrieL 

46 pp. (Essays crit. and hist. v. 2, p. 375.) 

Davos. Symonds, J. A. Davos in winter, 

14 pp. iForfn. Rev. n. a. v. 21, 1878, p. 74.) 

Davont. Louis Nicolas, Priiice d'Eckmuehl, 
Marechal de France. Blocqueville, A. L. 
d'E. {Ed.) Le Marechal Davout. Prince 
d'Eckmuehl, raconte par les siens, et par 
lui-meme. 1879-80. 4 v. 

Headley, -T. T. In his Napoleon and his marshals, 

V. 1, p. 114. 29 pp. — Idicombe, H. de. Le Marechal 
Davout. 34 pp. ( Corrtipondxnt, u. s. v. 82, laSO, p. 417.) 
— Mont^gnt, E. Le Marechal Davout, sa jeunesse, 
sa vie privee. 42 pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1879, v. 35, 
p. 6i6.) — Les dernidres annees du Marechal Davout. 21 
pp. (Rer. d. deux mondes, 1880, v. 42, p. 769.) 

Davy, Adam. 14 cent. Five dreames about 

Edward II. Ed- from the Laud MS 622, In the Bodleian 
library by F. J. Furnivall. 16 pp. {Early Eng. Text Soc. 
V. 69, p. 1.) 

Davy, Christopher. The architect, engineer, 
and operative builder's manual, being a 
practical and scientific treatise on the con- 
struction of artificial foundations for build- 
ings, railwavs, etc. London, 1841. 8°. 

—1786 

Davy, Sir Humphry. 1778-1899. Collected 
works. Ed. by his brother, John Davy. 
London, 1839-40. 9 v. 8°. 2136 
Contents. Some observations upon the motions of 
aroall pieces of acetate of potash during their solu- 
tion, T. 2. — Elements of agricnltaral chemistry, 
V. 7, 8. — Experiments ... on the composition of am- 
monia, V. 3. — Account of some new analytical re- 
searches on the naturq of certain bodies, v. 5. — On 
aqna-regia, or nitro-muriatic acid, v. 5. — Parallels 
between art and science, v. 8. — Chemical composi- 
tion of the atmosphere, v. 8. — Character of the elder 
Bacon, v. 7. — Character of Lord Bac«n, v. 7. — De- 
posit found in the waters of the Baths of Lncca, v. 
6. — Character of Mr. Cavendish, v. 7. — Powers and 
properties of matter, and the general laws of chent- 
ical changes, v. 4. — Relations of electrical and 
chemical changes, v. 6. — Outlines of a course of 
lectures on chemical philosophy, v. 2. — Discourse 
introductory toa course of lectureson chemistry, v. 
2. — Historical view of the progress of chemistry, v. 
4. — Syllabus of a course of lectures on chentistry, v. 
2.— Introductory lecture to the chemistry of nature, 
V. 8. — Experiments ... on the colours used in 
painting by the ancients, v. 6. — Consolation in 
tra-vel, v. 9. — Corrosion of copper sheathing by 
sea-water, v. 6.— Experiments ... on the application 
of electrical combinations to the preservation of the 
copper sheathing of ships, v. 6. — Hints on the 
geology of Cornwall, v. 6. — Memoirs of the life of Sir 
H. Davy, v. 1. — Qua new detonating componnd, 
V. 5. — Further observations on a new detonating 
substance, v. 5. — Experiments on the combustion of 
the diamond, v. 5. — Discourses delivered before 
the Royal Society, v. 7. — Electro-chemical raeearches 
on the decomposition of the earths, v. 5. — Historical 
sketch ot electrical discovery, v. 8. — Electrical 
phenomena exhibited in vacuo, v. 6. — Chemical 
agencies of electricity, v. 5. — New phenomena of 
chemical changes produced by electricity, v. 5. — 
New electro-chemical researches, v. 5. — Intro- 
ductory to electro-chemical science, v. 8 Elec- 
tro-chemical science, v. 8. — On a new phenomenon 
of electro-magnetism, v. 6. -Of radiant or ethereal 
matter, v. 4. — Account of a new eudiometer, v. 2. — 
Experiments ... on flnor spar, v. 5. — .\ccount of 
some new experiments on the fluoric compounds, 
v. 5. — Observations on different methods of obtaining 

gallic acid, v. 2 Account of some experiments 

made with the galvanic apparatus of Slg. Volta, v. 
2. — Account ot a method or c'»nstructtng simple and 
compound galvanic combinations, v. 2. — Account 
of some galvanic combinations, v. 2. — Account of 
some experiments on galvanic electricity, v. 2. — 
Experiments . . . relating to the agencies of galvanic 
electricity in produoiug heat. v. 2. — Additional ex- 
perimeiits on galvanic electricity, v. 2. — Causes of 
the galvanic phaenomeua, v. 2. — Account of some 
additional experiments ... on the galvanic phae- 
uomena. v. 2. — Extract of a letter ... on gal- 
vanism, v. 2 Letter . . . concerning galvanism. 



DAVY 



896 



DAWN 



V. 2 Observations relating to tne process of gal- 

vanlsm, t. 2. — Outlines of a view of galvanism, 
V. 2. — Account of a simple method of estimating the 
changes of volume produced in §;nses by alterations 
of temperature, etc., v. 2. — Effects produced by the 

respiration of different gases, v. 3 Introductory 

geoloeical lecture, v. 8. — Crcology. Lecture II, 
V. 8.— Ssay on beat, light, and the combinations of 
light, V. 2. — Extract of a letter ... on certain facts 
relating to beat and light, v. 2. — On the action of acids 
on the salts usually called hyper-oxymnrlates, v. 
5. — Some experiments on a solid compound of Iodine 
and oxygen, v. 5. — Further experiments ... on 
iodine, v. 5. — Journal of a tour in Ireland, v. 7. — In- 
troductory lecture for the courses of 1805, v. 8. — Ex- 
tracts from the author's lectures, v. 8. — Observations 
tin the native caustic lime of Tuscany, v. 6. — Applica- 
tion of liquids formed by the condensation of gases 
as mechanical agents, v. 6. — Magnetic pbenomeua 
produced by electricity, v. G. — Farther researches on 
the magnetic plienoinena, v. 0. — Of metals, v. i. 
— Preservation of metals by electro-chemical means, 
v. 6. — Analytical experiments on a mineral produc- 
tion from Devonshire, v. 2.— Observations on the for- 
mation of mists, v. 6. — Note on the condensation of 
muriatic acid gas Into the liquid form, v. G. — Cliar- 
acterof Ne^vton, v. 7.— Decomposition of nitratwof 
ammonia, v. 3. — Fjiperimonts ... on tiie composi- 
tion of nitric acid, v. 3. — Experiments ... on the 
composition of nitrous gas, v. 3.— Changes effected 
in nitrous oxide, and other gases, by the respira- 
tion of animals, v. 3.— Decomposition of nitrous ox- 
ide by combustible bodies, v. 3.— Details of the effects 
produced by the respiration of nitrous oxide, v. 3. 
— Experiments ... on the combinations of nitrons 
oxide, V. 3.— Experiments ... on the effects pro- 
duced upon animals by the respiration of nitrous 
oxide, V. 3 — Experiments ... on the production of 
nitrous oxide, v. 3.— Observations on the effects of 
nitrous oxide, by Dr. Beddoes, v. 3.— Essay on the 
generation of oxygen gas, v. 2. — Researches on the 
oxymnrlatic acid. v. 5.— Combination of oxymu- 
i-iatic gas and oxygen gas, v. 5.— On some of the com- 
binations of oxymuriatic gas and oxygen, v. 5. — 
Account of a method of copying paintings upon 
glass, v. 2.— Experiments on the papyri found in the 
ruins of Herculaneum, v. 6.— New experiments on 

some of the combinations of phosphorus, v. 5 On 

some combinations of phosphorus and sulphur, v. 
0.— Character of Pliny the elder, v. 7.— Character of 
Dr. Priestley, V. 7.— On the prussic basis and acid, 
V. 6.— On the safety lamp, v. G.— Salmonla, or days 
of fiy-flshlng, v. 9.— Account of a new method of ob- 
taining the salts ot Iron at the minimum of oxyda- 
tion, v. 2.— Character of Scheele, v. 7.— Experiments 
... on the Bilex composing the epidermis ... of 
certain vegetables, v. 2.— Observations on the appear- 
ances produced by the collision of steel and hard 
bodies, v. 2.— On a method of analyzing stones con- 
taining fixed alkali, by means of the boracic acid, v. 2. 
—On some substances, the nature of which is not 
yet certainly known, v. 4.— Experiments ... on the 
constituent parts of some astringent vegetables, and 
on their operation in tanning, v. 2.— Observations 
on the process of tanning, v. 2.— Cause of the dimi- 
nution of the temperature of the sea on approach- 
ing l(uid, v. 6.— Account of some experiments on the 
torpedo, v. 6 — Of empyreal undeeomponnded 
substances, v. 4.— Of undeeomponnded . . . sub- 
stances not metallic, v. 4.— On the analogies between 
the nuderompounded substances, v. 4, 5.— Ex- 
periments . . . (,n a new substance which becomes a 
violet-coloured gas by heat, v. 5.— On the phenom- 
ena ot -volcanoes, v. 6, 8.— Discovery of the composi- 
tion of water, v. 7.— Fallacy of the experiments in 
which water Is said to have been formed by the de- 
composition of chlorine, v. 6.— State ot water in 
cavities found In certain crystals, v. 6.— Speech In 
eulORy of Mr. Watt, v. 7. 

Fragmentary remains, literary and scien- 
tific, with a sketch of his life and selections 
from his correspondence. Ed. by John Daw. 
London. 1858. 8°, 4828 

— 1 **■****■'••» I*e<ure«. 25 pp. (Rev. ot In Jidin. 
Bet. v. 11, 1M()8. p. 3iK); V. 12, 1N)8. p. 394; v. 14, 1809, p. 
•89.)— Klcctro-chemlcal researches on the de- 
compos lion of the earths. 8 pp. (Ki-v. of In Edin. 
K€v. V. 13. iHjw, p. 462.)-Blement« of agricultural 
chemistry. 31 pp. (Rev. of In Kdin. Mev. v. 22, 1814. p. 
241; Quart. Hev. v. 11. 1814, p. 318.)-Elements of 
*"S'"'«f ' P»»ll<»«phy. 22 pp. (Rev. ot In Quart, lie,:. 
T. 8. 1812, p. 00.)— Plre-danip ot coal mines. « pp. 



(Rev. of in Edin. Rev. v. 20, 1816, p. 233.)— Researches 
on the oxymuriatic acid. 18 pp. (Rev. of in Edin. 
Rev. v. 17, 1810, p. 402; v. 18, 1811, p. 470.)— Salmonia i 
or, days of fly fishing. 2.5 pp. (Rev. of in Blackwood's 
Mag. v. 24, 1828, p. 248 ; Quart. Rev. v. 38, 1828, p. 503.)— 
Some experiments and observations on a new sub- 
stance, which becomes a violet-coloured gas by 
heat. 8pp. (Rev. of in Edin. Rev. v. 23, 1814, p. 486.) 

Davy, J. Memoirs of the life of Sir 

Humphry Davy. 1839. (Davy, Sir H. , Col- 
lected works., V. 1.) 

Paris. J. A. Life of Davy. 1831, 2 v. 

Brougham, H., Jiarnn. Davy's discoveries. 48 pp. 

(/n Us C<mtrlb. to the Edin. Rev. v. 3, p. 216; and Edin. 
Rev. V. 11, 1808, p. 390.)— /ji Ida Lives of philosophers. 
16 pp. ( Works, v. 1, p. 107.) 

.See also Am. Quart. Rev. v. 13, 1833, p. 403; N. Brit. 
Rev. V. 2, 1845, p. 53. 

Davy, John. 17 cent. Ninth voyage of the 

Indian companle to the East Indies, in the James. 5 
lip. iPurclias, S., His pilgrimes , v. 1, p. 440.) 

Davy, John, M. D. 1791-1861. Memoirs of 
the life of Sir Humphry Davy. London, 
1839. 8°. (Davy, Sir H., Collected works, v. 
1 ; Rev. of in Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 7, 1836, 
p. 611 ; Edin. Rev. v. 63, 1836, p. 101.) 

Notes and observations on the Ionian 

islands and Malta : with some remarks on 
Constantinople and Turkey, and on the sys- 
tem of quarantine as at present conducted. 
London, 1842. 2 v. 8°. (Rev. of in Westm. 
Rev. V. 38, 1842, p. 391.) 1468 

The West Indies before and since slave 

emancipation, comprising the windward and 
leeward islands 'military command; founded 
on notes and observations collected during 
a three years' residence. London, 1854. 8°. 
(Rev. of in Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 44, 1854, p. 
29.) 1634 

Davy, Richard Boyle. Story of a miniature. 

6 pp. (Harper's Mag. v. 45, 1872, p. 533.) 

Davydd Ddn o Hiraddiig. A pious ode, 

etc. [Welsh.] 2 pp. (Myvyrian archaiol. of Wales, \.\, 
V.rm.) 

1300-50. To Hopcyn ap 

3 pp. (Myvyrian archaiol. of 



Davydd y Coed. 

Thomas, etc. [Wehh.] 
Wales, v. 1, p. 492.) 

Dawes, Richard, 
critica iterum ed. : 



1708 - 66. Miscellanea 

curavit, et appendicem 

adnotationis addidit Thomas Burgess. Ter- 

tium ed. et praefatus est Gottl. Christoph. 

Harless. Lipsiae. 1800. 8°. 3293 

Dawes, Rufus. Poe, E, A. Rufus Dawes. 

14 pp. ( Works, ed. J. H. Ingram, v. 4, p. 171.) 

Dawes, William. Holland, H. W. Wil- 
liam Dawes and his ride with Paul Revere. 
1878. 

Dawes family. Holland, H. W. Dawes 

genealogy. 66 pp. iWith /«'.< William Dawes, and his 
Wde with Paul Revere, p. 39.) 

Dawkins, William Boyd. ' 1838—. Cave 
hunting, researches on the evidence of caves 
respecting the early inhabitants of Europe. 
London, 1874. 8°. 1795 

Early man in Britain, and his place in 

the tertiary period. Illustr. by woodcuts. 
London, 1880. 8°. 1704 

Limits of our knowledge of the earth. 31 pp. (Et- 

says and adilresses, Owens College, Manchester, p. 129.) — 
Notes on the geology of Po^^'ysland. 10 pp. (Mont- 
gomeryshire Coll. V. 2, p. 433.) 

and Sailford, William Ayshford. Brit- 
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E. Of lite and death. 63 pp. (Vaughan, H., yVorks, 
V. 4, p. 137.)— Paplllon, F. Physiologic de la mort. 
20 pp. {Rev. d. deux monde.s, 1873, 2 p6r. v. lOi, p. 6C9.)— 
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Ser£, L. de. Des slgnes de la mort, et de la verlflca- 
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— Slucnlar recovery from death. 6 pp. {Black- 
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See also Fnture state. — Immortality. 

I>eatll9 Dance of. See Dance of Death. 
I>eath and immortality. 5 pp. {Dub- 

len Univ. Mag. v. 89, 1877, p. 645.) 

Death and lilTe. (Percy's folio MS. v. 3, 

p. 49.) 

Death and love. 1 p. {Harper^s Mag. v. 

29, 1864, p. 645.) 

Death blow. The. 14 pp. (Dublin Univ. 

Mag. V. 19, \iVl, p. 245.) 

Death ehant for the sultan. 1 p. (Black- 
wood's Mag. V. 46, 1839, p. 319.) 

Death ehant of King Reguer Lodbrok. 10 

pp. {Dublin Unit\ Mag. v. 30, 1847, p. 214.) 

Death in life. 5 pp. (Fmsej-'s Mag. v. 36, 

1847, p. 108.) 

Deatli in the schoolroom. 5 pp. (Dem. 

Rev. V. 9, 1841, p. 177.) 

Death of a goblin. 3 pp. (Harper^s Mag. 

V. 2,1851, p. 478.) 

Death of Abel. Gesener. S. Works, v. 1. 

1802. 
Death of Parity, Morris, W. Earthly 

paradise, v. 3, p. 5. 
Death penalty. See Capital punishment. 
Death prayer, A. 2 pp. (Dublin Univ. 

Mag. V. 31, 1848, p. 261.) 

Death, rest, labonr : poem. 2 pp. (Fra- 

ter's Mag. v. 38, 1848, p. 428.) 

Death scene, A. 3 pp. (Blackwoocfs Mag. 

V. 21, 1827, p. 259.) 

Death song of Lodbroc. Johnstone, J. (Ed.) 

1357 
Deathbed, A. 1 p. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v, 

09, 18C7, p. 287.) 

Deathless love, A. 2 pp. (Blackioood's 

Mag. V. '.n. lHf,2, p. 634.) 

I>e Barri, Giraldus. Se^Giraldus de Barri. 

D^bat d<M9 h<:'rants d'aVmes de France et 
d'Angleterre, suivi de The debate between 
the heraldM of England and France by John 
C!oke. Paris, 1877. 8°. (Soc. des anc. textes 
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Debatable land. The, between this world 
and the next. Owen. R. D. —1447 

Debate in the first Senate of the United 
StateH. Sketches of. Maclay, W. —8816 

Debate of the body and the soul. Mapes, 

W. yuirihuirA lo\. u pp. (^Iiieuuor, E.. Altengl. sprach- 
pro»<«n. V. 1, pi. 1, p. 90.) 

Debate*. See Great Britain, Parliament.— 
United States, Congnma, etc. 



Debates in the several state conventions on 
the adoption of the federal constitution. 
Elliot. J. 5 V. —2333 

Debates on the grand remonstrance. For- 
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Debating. McElligott, J. N. Debating, a 

means of educational discipline. 20 pp. (Am. J. of 
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Debay, Auguste. 1802—. Hj'giene medi- 
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Influences du chocolat, du the, et du 

cafe sur I'economie humaine. Leur analyse 
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Debelay, Jean Marie Matthias. 1800-63. 

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De Belloy. See Belloy, P. L. B. de. 
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Deborah. Song of Deborah and Barak. 3 

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De Bosset. See Bosset, C. P. de. 

De Bourk, Dona Theresa. Life of. 33 pp. 

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De Bow, James Dunwoody Brownson. 1820- 

67. Commercial review of the South and 

West. New Orleans, etc., 1846-71. 41 v. 8°. 

4986 
J\'nie. Pub. with several other titles. 

Industrial resources, etc., of the southern 

and western states : embracing a view of 
their commerce, agriculture, manufactures, 
internal improvements, slave and free labor, 
slavery institutions, products, etc., of the 
South, together with historical and statis- 
tical sketches of the different states and cities 
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R.103 

Mortality statistics of the 7 census of the 

United States, 1850. Washington, 1855. 8°. 

—3303 

Seventh census of the United States, 1850 

. . . Washington, 1853. 4°. —3381 

Statistical view of the United States . . . 

being a compendium of the 7 census. Wash- 
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Debrett, John. 1753-1832, Illustrated bar- 
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Illustrated House of Commons. See Mair, 

R, H. 

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Parliamentary register. See Almon, J., 

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Debt. Abolition of imprisonment for debt. 

17 pp. {IVestm. i<e«. v.2(), ll«4, p. 354.)— B.erriat Satnt- 

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Be Burtin, Frangois Xavier. On pictures. 

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Decade of Italian women, A. Trollope, 
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Decadence de la monarchie frangaise, His- 
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Recherches anatomiques et physiologiques 

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Instructions sommaires sur le botaniqne. 7 pp. 

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Decameron. Boccaccio, G. Opere volgari. 
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Bnebler, G. Ueber das volk und die sprache der 

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Deceitful marriage. The. Cervantes 

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Vita Philippi Mariae vicecomitis Mediolan. ; Vita 
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De Cessart, L. A. See Cessart, L. A. de. 
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See also Metric system. — "Wcigbts and meas- ■ 
nres. 

Decision of the Supreme Court of the 

U. S. in the case of Dred Scott. Howard, B. 

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Decisions of the IiOrds of Council and 

Session, from June 6, 1678. to July 30, 1712. 

Lauder, Sir J. 2 v. —1351 

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Decken, Karl Klaus von der. 1833 — . Reisen 
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Contents. Ampbibien, von W. C. H. Peters, v. 3. pt. 
1. — Crastaceen, von F. Hllgendorf , v. 3, pt. 1. — Beisen 



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In den laendern der Galla und Somali, v. 2. — Glle- 
dertliiere, von A. Gersl-aecker, v. 3, pt. 2.— Holo- 
thiirien, von C. Semper, v. 3, pt. 1. — Neue relsen Im 
Inneren und an der kueste, v. 2. — Blollusken, von 
E. vou Martens, v. 3, pt. 1. — Keisen nach dem Nlassa- 
«ee und dem schneeberge KlUmandscharo, v. 1. — Die 
ostafrlkaiiische luselwelt, v. 2.— Saeiigetlilere, 
von W. C. H. Peters, v. 3, pt. 1.— Die insel Sanslbar, v. 
1. — Seesterne und seeigel, von E. von Martens, v. 3, 
pt. 1. — Voegel, von J. Cabanis, v. 3, pt. 1. — Die 
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Decker, Conrad. Blanc, A, A. P. C. In his 

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Contents. Brlttannia's honor, v. 4. — Memoir of 
Thomas Dekker, v. 1. — A pleasant comedie of tlie 
gentle craff , v. 1. — Honest -whore, v. 2. — If this 
be not a good play the dit'ell is in It, v. 3. — 
London triumphing, v. 3.— London's tempe, v. 
4. — Magnificent entertainment given to King 
James, v. 1. — A tragi-comedy called Match mee in 
liondon, v. 4. — Northward-hoe, v. 3. — The come- 
die of Old Fortnnatns, v. 1.— Roai-ing girle, v. 3. 
— Satiro-mastix, or the untrussing of the humorous 
poet, V. 1.— Famous history of Sir Thomas WyatjV. 
3. — Sun's darling, v. 4. — Virgin martir, v. 4. — 
West-ivard-hoe, v. 2. — Whore of Babylon, v. 2. 
— 'Witch of Edmonton, v. 4. — Wonder of a 
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Gull's hornbook. London, 1609. repr. 

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The same. (Hindley, C, Old book collec- 
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His dreame. Repr. from the ed. of 1620. 

Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. London, 1860. sm. 
4°. 1353 

Knight's conjuring : done in earnest, dis- 
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Seven deadly sins of London, 1606. Lon- 
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Pleasant comedy of old Fortunatus. 123 pp. 

(Dllke, C. W., Old Eng. plays, v. 3, p. 99.)— Old Fortu- 
natug. 1 p. (Bell, R., Songs from the dramatists, p. 
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goods; From the Honest whore. 7 pp. (Campbell, 
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London triumphing ; London's Tempe, or the felld of 
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Chetlle, Henry, and Hanghton, 

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Deelurat ion of EnKland against the acts 

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39 pp. 



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Declaration of the state of the colonie 
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Declarations, treaties, and other princi- 
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Decline and fall of the Roman empire. 
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De Colange, L. American dictionary of 
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Eastlake, Sir C. L. Hints on household 

taste in furniture, upholstery, and other 
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Elliott. C. W. Book of American inte- 
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Falke, J. Ton. Art in the house. 1879. 

Franks, A. W. Book of ornamental 

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GouPiL, F. Manuel general de Torne- 

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Grimes. (— ), and Newton, (— ). Selec- 
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Gruner. W. H. L. Decorations de palais, 

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Heath, C. Ornate designs, n. d. 

Helbig, W. Untersuchungen ueber die 

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Knight, F. Scroll ornaments, designed 

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Lou ANDRE, C. L. Arts somptuaires. See 

Sere. F. 

Marangoni, G. Delle cose gentilesche e 

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Thomas, W. C. Mural or monumental 

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Defensa de la junta central. Jovellanos, 

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Defense of poesy. Sidney, Sir P. Works, 
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Defensio ecclesiae Anglicanae. Crakan- 
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Deficiencies in the present administration 

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Life, adventures, and piracies of Captain Single- 
ton, v. 1. — Memoirs of a cavalier, v. 2.— Life of Col- 
onel Jack, V. 1.— History of the devil, v. 3.— Dick- 
ory Cronke, or the dumb philosopher, v. 2. — Life 
and adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell, v. 6. — 
Everybody's business is nobody's business, v. 2. — 
Historical narrative of the great and terrible fire of 
London, Sept. 2, 1666, v. 5. — Reasons against the suc- 
cession of the House of Hanover, v. 6. — Moll 
Flanders, v. 3. — Life and adventures of SXother 
Ross, v. 4. — History of the plague in lioudon, 
1665, V. 5. — And what if the pretender should come? 
V. 6. — Seasonable warning and caution against the in- 
sinuations of papists and Jacobit«s in favour of the 
pretender, v. 6.— Answer to a question that nobody 
thinks of, viz.. But what if the queen should die ? v. 
6. — Life of Robinson Crusoe, v. 7. — Roxana, or 
the fortunate mistress, v. 4. — The storm, or . . . dis- 
asters which happened In the late dreadful tempest, 
V. 5. — Poetical essay on the storm, v. 5. — True- 
born Knglisbman : a satire, v. 5. — A new voyage 
round tbe vrorld, v. 6. 

Rev. of in Brit. Quart. Rev. v. 27, 1858, p. 85 ; N. Am. 
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Life and surprising adventures of Robin- 
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3 V. 8°. (Gamier, C. G. T., Voyages imag. v. 

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Detoe'8 History of the plague. 20 pp. (Bev. of in 

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Deipnosophistai. Athenaeus, of Naucra- 
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Dekkan. See Deccan. 

Dekkar or Dekker, T. See Decker, T. 

Dekker.Eduard Douwes. (Multatuli. pseud.) 
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—1513 

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Merson, O. Chapelle des Salnts-Anges pelute k 

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Histoirede I'astronomie ancienne. Paris, 

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Histoire de I'astronomie au dix-huitieme 

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Histoire de I'astronomie au moyen age. 

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Histoire de I'astronomie moderne. Paris, 

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Rapport historique sur les progres des 

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Su alio MAchadn, P. F. A. 

I>elaillOtte, F. G. Book of ornamental al- 
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EzampleHof modern alphabets, plain and 

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Mediaeval alphabets and initials for illu- 
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Primer of the art of illumination for the 

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I>e la Motte, Philip Henry. Choice exam- 
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Oxymel process in photography . London, 

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I>e liancey, James. De Lancey, E. F. Me- 
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Delandine, Antoine Frangois. 1756-1820. 
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Paris, n. d. 8°. W.87 

]>elane, Denis. Irish actors of the last cent- 
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Delane, John Thadeus. Notice of D. 6 pp. 

{Macmillan's Mag. v. 41,1880, p. 267.) 

Delano, A. Life on the plains and among 
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Delano, Amasa. Voyages and travels. 14 

pp. (Rev. of in N. Am. Rev. v. 5, 1817, p. 244.) 

Delany, Mrs. Mary Granville. 1700-88. 
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Delany, Patrick, D. D. 1686-1768. Obser- 
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IVotice of D. 9 pp. {Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 52, 1858, 

p. 578.) 

Delaporte, ( — ). Reponse aux questions 

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de la nomenclature des villos et villages do la rfegence 
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De la Rive. See La Rive. 

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31 pp. ( With hit Horace Yeraet, p. 63.) 



DELARUE 



909 



DELEPIERIffi 



Delariie, Theophile. Isographie des hommes 
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le Sanscrit, et arec les autres langues indo- 
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Delaiinay, Charles Eugene. 1816-72. CJours 
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Rapport sur les progres de Tastronomie. 

Paris. 1867. r. 8°. —2481 

Delaiinaj, Emmanuel Louis Henri, Comte 
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]>elannay, F. Jewish monachism. 21 pp. 

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Delavigne. Jean Francois Casimir. 179-3- 
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4 V. p. 8^ 3346 

Crmi^n's. Chaiits popalalres, v. 4. — Derniers 
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V. 1. — Le conseiller rapporteur, v. 3. — Notice sur 
Delavigne, v. 4 —Don Juan d'Antriche, v. 2— 
Lecole des vleillards, v. 1— Les enfant« d'Ed- 
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V. 3.— La Priucesse Anr^Ue, v. 1. — Les vepres »1- 
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Expectation. 1 p. (Oublin IXmv. Nag. v. 34, 1849, 

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Dessalles-B<S*8, ( — ). Podt«s et romanclers mo- 

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I>elaware. Rawle.F. Ways and means for 
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CatalogBcofpapcTs relating to Pennsylvania and 

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Delaware, Law. McKean, T., and Rodney, 
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Delaware, County. Pa. Smith, G. History 
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Delaware ludiabs. 
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Delaware river. Ferris. B. History of 
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Pabt II.— 6. 



See Lenni Lenape 



Boznurn, J. L. Extract from the records . . . 

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Delajrto, Giacomo. Annales Estenses. 98 

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Delboe, Simon. Oibben, Hammond, and 

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and Windiscb, E. Syntaktische for- 

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Delecourt, Jules. 1835—. Essai d'un dic- 
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De lieon, Edwin. The Khedive's Egypt, or 
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De Lieon, T. C. South songs : from the lays 
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Chronique des faits et gestes admirables 

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Chroniques, traditions, et l^endes de 

I'ancienne histoire des Flamands. Lille, 
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L''enfer, essai philosophique et historique . 

sur les legendes de la vie future. Londres, 
1876. 12°. -4235 

Essai historique et bibliographique sur 

les rebus. Londres, 1870. 8°. —1794 

Histoire litteraire des foos. London, 

1860. p. 8^ W.68 

Historical difficulties and contested 

events. London. 1868. 8°. 2455 



DELEPIERRE 



910 



DELITZSCH 



Contents. Abelard and Eloisa (1140).— The Alex- 
andrian library (640).— Bellsarlus (565). --Charles 
V ct Spain (1557).— Colossus of Rhodes (B. C. 306). 
—Francis I and Couute'S of Chateaubriand (1525).— 
GaUIeo Galilei (1620).— Inventor of the steam- 
euKlue (1625.)— Jeanne d'Arc (1430) — Pope Joan 
(855). — Petrarch and Laura (1320).— "William Tell 
(1307). 

Livre des visions, ou Tenfer et le ciel de- 

critB par ceux qui les ont vus. Londres, n. d. 
8°. —4234 

Macaroneana, ou melanges de litterature 

macaronique des diflferents peuples de I'Eu- 
rope. Paris, 1852. 8°. 1256 

Old Flanders : or, popular traditions and 

legends of Belgium. London, 1845. 2 v. 
12°. 3645 

La parodie chez les Grecs, chez les Eo- 

mains, et chez les modernes. Londres, 1870. 
8°. 2235 

Revue analytique des ouvrages ecrits en 

centons, depuis les temps anciens, jusqu'au 
XIX siecle. Londres, 1868. sq. 8°. W.55 

Sketch of the history of Flemish litera- 
ture, and its celebrated authors from the 
12 century down to the present time. Lon- 
don, 1860. 8°. 2255 

Supercheries litteraires, pastiches, sup- 
positions d'auteur, dans les lettres et dans 
les arts. Londres, 1872. sq. 8°. W.88 

I>elesse,Achille Ernest Oscar Joseph. 1817—. 

Etudes sur le metamorphisme des roches. 

Paris, 1869. 8°. —1616 

— •- Lithologie des mers de France, et des 

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V. r. 8°, and atlas fo. —1624 

Atlas —1611 

I>augel, Auguste, and I^ap parent, 

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DeleHisert, Benjamin. Candolle, A. de. 

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Dclenil, J. A. Catalogue des instruments 
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Deleyre, Alexandre. Lebreton, J. Notice 

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I>elf, Thomas. Appletons' library manual ; 
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Delflno, Pietro. Niceron, J. P. Mem. des 

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Delfortric, E. J. Memoire sur les analo- 
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I>eirt, IMlaiul. Havard, H. Histoire de la 
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Delhi, India. Thomas, E. Chronicles of 
the Path&n kings of Dehli. 1871. 



Acconnt of Acber II, with the modern history of 

D. 9 pp. {Blackwood's Mag. v. 4, 1819, p. 121.)— Delhi 

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Delia. Richter, O. Delia ; ein beitrag zur 

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Delicacy. Lancaster, N. Plan of an essay 

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Delicate, dainty, damnable dialogue, be- 
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Deliciae Cobresiaiiac. Cobres, J. P. 2 v. 

W.68 

Deliglitis of a dirty man. 5 pp. (Dublin 

Univ. Mag. v. 4, 1834, p. 442.) 

Delights of the muses. Crashaw, R. Compl. 

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Delile. See Raffeneau-Delile, A. 

Delille, Jacques. 1738-1813. CEuvres, pre- 
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—1145 

Contents. La conversation, v. 10. — Discours 
acad^miques, v. 1.— L'Bntldc, v. 2-4.— Les geor- 
glques, V. 1. — L'homme des champs, v. 7. — L'lni- 
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La Malheur et la pitie : poiJme. 17 pp. (Rev. of 

in £din. Rev. v. 3, 1805, p. 26.)— Salnte-Benve, C. A. 
Delille. 42 pp. {Portraits litteraires, v. 2, p. 64.) — 
Trois regnes de la nature. 13 pp. (Rev. of in Edin. 
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Napoleon and the poet Delille. 5 pp. (Fraser's 

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Delineatio vetustae tabulae altaris, 

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Delineations of Fontliill and its abbey. 

Rutter, J. —1771 

Delineations of Roman antiquities 

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Delirium. Cabanis, P. J. G. Du sommeil 

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Delisle, Guillaume. Niceron, J. P. Mem. 
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Delisle, Leopold Victor. 1826—. Le cabi- 
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[Ed.) ' Mandements et actes divers de 

Charles V (1364-80). Paris, 1874. 4°. [Coll. 
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Delitzscli, Franz Julius. 1813—. Biblical 
commentary on the book of Job. Tr. from 
the German by Rev. Francis Bolton. Edin- 
burgh, 1866. 2 V. 8°. —1234 

Messianic prophecies. Tr. from the MS 

by Samuel Ives Curtiss. Edinburgh, 1880. 
8^. . —1244 

Studies on the Complutensian polyglot. 

London, n. d. 4°. -rl222 



DEUTZSCH 



911 



DELPLA 



System of Biblical psychology. Tr. from 

the German, bv Rev. Robert Ernest Wallis. 

Edinburgh. 1869. 8°. —1234 
Ueber die in alten handschritten verwendeten rothen 

farbstoffe. 9 pp. (Deutscb. morg. gesells. ZeiU. v. 

17. iMVi, p. 673.) 

Delitzsch, Friedrich. 1850—. Assyrische 
studien, v. 1. Leipzig. 1874. 8°. —2143 

Conlentf. Assyrisclie thieruamen. 

Studien ueber indogermanisch-semitische 

•wTirzelverwandtschaft. Leipzig, 1873. 8°. 

—2174 
I>elius, Heinrich Friedrich. Memoriae Delii. 

16 pp. (Acad. Caes. Leop.-Car. Nova acta, y. 9, 1818, p. 1.) 

Deliiis, N. {£:d.) St Nicholas. Sec Wace. 
l>^livrande. La. Wheatcroft, F. G. La 

i)elivraude; a centre of Boman Catholic influence in 
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]>ella-€ella, P. Viaggio da Tripoli di Bar- 

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]>ello. Vasari. G. Vite de' pittori, v. 4, p. 

55, 8 pp.; and Lives of painters, v. 1, p. 327, 6 pp. (Bohn, 
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Del Mar, Alexander. History of the pre- 
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present. London. 1880. 8°. —1365 

Delinas, Emile. De Froesch wilier a Paris. 
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Paris. 1871. 12=, 1698 

Deloche, Jules Edouard Maximin (Ed.) 
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De liOlme, Jean Louis. 1745-1807. Con- 
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English government : in which it is com- 
pared both with the republican form of gov- 
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Deloney, Tliomas. —1600. Grarland of 
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Strange histories : consisting of ballads 

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Delord, Taxile. 1815-77. Histoire du second 
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^ . 1695 

Delonue, {— ). De immaculata sen de ra- 

tione congruentlae pro immaculata conceptione. 20 
pp. (Migne, J. P., TheoL aartus eompL v. 26, p. 639.) 

Delorme, Joseph. Sainte-Beuve, C, A. 

' " ' " ifremiertLtmdu.Y.l.p.Ufl.) 

illRECOURT. C. J. B. 

C/onfessions de Marion 
1S56. 2 V. 

Delorine, PhiUbert. 1518-77. Architecture 
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Paris. 1626. fo. —1762 

Conrajod, L. Notice sur un faux portrait de D. 

18 PP- (Soc roy. des antlq. de France, Mim. v. 38, 
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p. 946.) 

Delort, Joseph. 1789—. Histoire de la de- 
tention des philosophes et des gens de lettres 
a la Bastille et a Vincennes, precedee de 
celle de Foucquet, de Pellisson et de Lauzun. 
avec tons les documents authentiques et in- 
edits. Paris. 1829. 3 v. in 1. 8°. 2696 



Joseph Delorme. 8 pp. 

Delorine, Marion. 
Jacquot. dit E. de. 
Delorme. [Xovel.] 



Omtattt. 
Amaud. F. T. M. B. d', v. 2. Laozan. A- H. de C, Due de, 
Bussy-Babutln, B., ComteOe, t. 1. 

▼- 3. Le Haistre de Sacy, I. L., 

Desforges, P. J. B. C, t. 2. v. 3. 

Diderot, D., r. 2. Lenglet-Dutresnoy, X., t. 2. 

Du Laurens, H. J., Ahhc, Marmoutel, J. F., v. 2. 

▼- 3. Mlrabeau,T. B. , Marqmi* de, 

Foucquet, X., t. 1. t. 3. 

Frerei, X., v. 2. Morellet, A., Ahbi, ▼. 2. 

Fr^ron. E. C, v. 2. PeUisson-Fontanler, P..y. 1. 

Groubentall de Llnidre, M. Prleur, J. L., Abh€, v. 3l 

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Democrates, the Pythagorean. Aureae sen- 

tentlae. {Gr. et Lat.] 14 pp. (Gale,T., Opusc. myth.phys. 
et elh. p. 62C ; Orelli, i. C, Opusc. Gr. ret. sent. v. 1, p. 70.)— 
Golden sentences. 20pp. (Bridgman, W., rri./row* 
the Gr. p. 4:J.) 



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democratic party. Daniel— '76, '98, '44, 

'48, and a fast mau ! 11 pp. (I'em. liev. v. 30, 1852, p. 
385.)— Democracy and reform. 40 pp. [Boston 
Quart. Hev. v. '2, 18311, p. 478.)— Duty of the demo- 
cratic party. 5 pp. (Dcm. Kev. v. 6, 1839, p. 437.)— 
Issue, The. 3 pp. {Oem. Jieo. v. 30, 1852, p. 286.)— 
IVomliiatlon, The— tlie"old fogies" and fogy con- 
spiracies. 18 pp. (Dem. Kev. v. 30, 1852, p. 360.)— Pro- 
gress of democracy, vs. old fogy retrogrades. 18 
pp. (Dem. Hec. v. 30, 1»52, p. 289.)— Storrs, E. A. Dem- 
ocratic party Judged by its history. 10 pp. (N. Am. 
Kee. V. 131, 1880, p. 28.").) 

See. also United States, Politics. 

Democratic Review. "Washington and 
New York, 1838-52. 31 v. 8°. 2997 

Congress, tlie presidency, and the Review. 22 pp. 

{Dem.JKec. v. 30, 1852, p. 202.)— Presidency, and the 
Review. 5 pp. {Dem. Rec. v. 30, 18.52, p. 182.) 

Deinocritlis, of Abdem. Circa B. C. 460- 

3.57. Fragmenta. [Gr. et Lat.] 56 pp. (Didot, A. F., 
JiibUoth. gr. Fragm. hist. Gr. v. 2, p. 24 ; Fragm. philos. 
Gr. V. 1, p. 330; Orelli, J. C, Opusc. Gr. vet. sent. v. 1, 
p. 91.) 

Brink, B. ten. Democrltea. 16 pp. (Philologus, v. 

29, 1870, p. 605.)— Democritl de se Ipso testimonia. 10 
pp. (Philologus, V. 6, 1851, p. 589; v. 7, 1852, p. 354.)— 
Democritl liber jrepl dcSpouTrou <|>u<rios. 11pp. (Philologus, 
V. 8, 1853, p. 414.) 

Democritus. his dreame. Woodhouse, P. 

1305 
Democritus Jniiior, pseud. See Burton, 

R. 
Demodamas, of Miletus. Circa B. C. 300. 

Fragmenta. 1 p. (Dldot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. hist. 
Gr. V. 2, p. 444.) 

Demodocus. Plato, Works, tr. by G. Sur- 
ges, V. 6, p. 109.) 
I>emodocus, of Leros. Fragmenta. [Gr.] 

2 pp. (Bergk, T., Poet. lyr. Gr. v. 2, p. 442.) 

I>emogeot, Jacques Claude. 1808—. Tab- 
leau de la litterature frangaise au XVII 
siecle, avant Corneille et Descartes. Paris. 
1859. 8°. 2255 

and Montucci, Henri. De I'enseigne- 

ment secondaire en Angleterre, et en Ecosse. 
Paris, 1868. 8°. —2383 

I>6mograpliie flgur^e de la France. 
Bertillon, A. —2312 

De Moivre, Abraham. 1667-1757. Doctrine 
of chances : or, a method of calculating the 
probabilities of events in play. 3 ed. Lon- 
don, 1756. 4°. —2452 

Demolition of the monastery of Port 
Royal des Champs. Schimmelpenninck, M. 
A. —3294 

Demombynes, G. Constitutions eui-ope- 
ennes. Resume de la legislation concernant 
les parlements, les conseils provinciaux et 
communaux, et I'organisation judiciaire 
dans les divers 6tats de 1 'Europe, avec une 
notice sur le congr^s des Etats-Unis d'Am- 
6rique. Paris, 1881. 2 v. 8°. —1837 

Contentt. 



AlIemMne, t. i. 
AlMice-Lorraine, t. 2. 
Anbnlt, v. 2. 
Apponzoll, T. 2. 
Autrlctie, V. 2. 
Bade, ▼. 2. 
Barttre, v. 2. 
Beliclque, V. 1. 
B«me, V. 2. 
Briroe, v. 2. 
Brunswick, v. 3. 
Balfarla, r. 1. 
DstMtnark, v. 1. 
Kspacne, v. l. 
Etato-Dulit, y. 3. 
Flnlaiide, v. 1, 
rrance. v. 3. 



Oenive, v. 2. 
Orande-Bretagne, v. 1. 
Gr6ce, v. 1. 
Hnmbourg, v. 2. 
HesRe, V. 2. 
Uongrle, v. 2. 
Italle, T. 1. 
Llppe, V. 2. 
Lubeck, v. 2. 
Mucklenibuiirg, v. 2. 
Moutenegru, v. 1. 
Morvigo, V. 1. 
Oldeiibourg, v. 2. 
Pays-BiM, V. 1. 
Portugal, Y. 1. 
PruMe, V. 2. 
ReuM, T. 2. 



Schwartzbourg-Sonder- 

hausen, v. 2. 
Serble, v. 1. 
Sufede, V. 1. 
Suisse, V. 2. 
Turquie, v. 1. 
Waldeck, v. 2. 
Wurtemberg, v. 2. 
Zurich, V. 2. 



2 pp. {Fraser''s 



treatise of 



Roumaule, v. 1. 
Russie, V. 1. 
Saxe-Aitenbourg, v. 2. 
Saxe Cobourg-Gotlia, v. 2. 
Saxe-Meiningen, v. 2. 
Saxe royale, v. 2. 
Saxe Weimar-Eisenach, v.2. 
Schaumbourg-Lippe, v. 2. 
Schwartzbourg-Rudola- 
tadt, V. 2. 

Demon cUain, The, poem. 

Mag. V. 48, 1853, p. 170.) 

Demonax. 2 cent. Sententiae. [Or. et Lat.} 

7 pp. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. philos. Gr. v. 2, 
15. 351 ; Orelli, J. C, Opusc. Gr. vet. sent. v. 2, p. 144.) 

laucianus, o/ ^Samosa/a. Demonactis vita. [Gr.et. 

Lat.] 9 pp. ( opera, Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. p. 377.)— 
Tlie same, tr. into English. 27 pp. (H'orAs, v. 1, p. 664.) 

Demoniac, The. 11 pp. [Blackwood'' s Mag. 

v. 28, 1830, p. 812.) 

Demoniacs. Farmer, H. Essay on the 
demoniacs of the New Testament. 1775. 

Sinistrari d'Ameno, L. M. De la demon- 

ialite, et des animaux incubes et succubes. 
1876. 

Richet, C. Les demoniaques d'autrefois. 33 pp. 

(Ree. d. deux mondes, 1880, v. 37, p. 340.) 
iSee also Demonology. 

Demonicns. Fragmenta. 2 pp. (Didot, 

A. F., Biblioth. gr. Poet, comic, p. 711.) 

Demonology . 

Beaumont, J. Historical 
spirits. 1705. 

Calmet, a. Dissertations sur les appari- 
tions des anges, des demons, et des esprits. 
1746. 

The phantom vi^orld. 1850, 2 v. 

Collin de Plancy, J. A. S. Dictionnaire 

infernal. 1863. 

Conway, M. D. Demonology and devil- 
lore. 1879, 2 V. 

Heine, H. Elementargeister und daemo- 

nen. 1861. (Saemmt. werhe, v. 7.) 

HORST, G. C. Daemonomagie. 1818, 2 v. 

Lancre, P. de. Tableau del 'inconstance 

des mauvais anges et demons. 1613. 

Masson, D. The three devils : Luther's, 

Milton's, and Goethe's. 1874. 

i^o^e.— From Fraser's Mag. v. 30, 1844, p. 648. 

Nares, R. Essay on the demon ... of 

Socrates. [Anon.'] 1872. 

Sinistrari d'Ameno, L. M. De la demo- 

nialite, et des animaux incubes et succubes. 
1876. 

Spalding, T. A. Elizabethan demonology. 

1880. 

Apuleius. De deo Socratatis. 80 pp. ( Opera omnia, 

V. 2, p. 951 ; Valpy, A. J., Script. Lat.)— The same, tr. into 
English. 24 pp. (Works, p. 350; Bohn, H. G., Class. 
//ibr.)— Augustinus, A., St., Bp. of Hippo. De dlvlna- 
tlone daemouum. 6 pp. (Mlgne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. 
V. 40, p. 581.)— Binet.B. Tralt6 hlstorique des dleux, 
et des demons du paganism. 51 pp. (Mlgne, J. P., 
Encyc. theol. v. 49, p. 905.)— Cald\»ell, R. C. Demono- 
latry, devil-dancing, and demoniacal possession. 8 pp. 
(Contemp. Ret. v. 27, 1876, p. 369.)— Clmmberlaine,R. 
Lithobolia ; or, the stone-throwing devil. 7 pp. (Hist. 
Mag. V. 5, 1861, p. 321.)— Conway, M. D. Demonology. 
41 pp. (Fraser's Mag. n. s. v. 6, 1872, pp. 596, 697.)— De- 
mons of the shadow. 42 pp. (Scribner's Monthly, v. 5, 
1873, pp. 63, 233.)— A hunt after devils. 10 pp. (Har- 
per's Mag. V. 38, 1869, p. 540.)— Daimoniac posses- 
sion, oracles, and medical thaumaturgy in India. 15 
pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 37, 1851, p. 52.)— Darmeste- 
ter, J. /n Ws Ormazd ot Ahrinian. 1877.— Demon- 
ology at Uome and abroad. 17 pp. (lilackwood's 
Mag. v. 99, 1860, p. 502.]— Emerson, R. W. Demon- 
ology. 12 i)p. (N. Am. Rev. v. 124, 1877. p. 179.)— Hi- 
bernian demonology and fairy lore. 23 pp. (Dub- 
lin Univ. Mag. v. 04, 18C4, pp. 203, 243.)— Hist oi re du 
diable de Laon : po8Bes.slon ot exorclsme. 5. pp. 



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{Bee. rilrotpect. v. 2, 1834, p. 23.)— a«me» I, Kvng of 
England. Daemonologla. 42 pp. (Opera, p. 85.)— 
Knleliton, W. Demoniacal possession in India. 7 
pp. (yineUenth Century, v. 8, 1880, p.646.)— KoImt.A. 
Ueber die Juedische angelologle und daemonologie in 
ihrerabhaengigkeitTOmParsismus. 106 pp. (Deutsch. 
morg. gesells. Abhandl. v. 4, 1866.)— Literature of 
diabolism and witchcraft. 41 pp. ( Westm. Eev. n. s. 
V. 39, 1871, p. 1.)— Modern demonology^. 17 pp. 
{Blackwood's Mag. v. 97, 1S65, p. 1»2.)— O^ven, 3. J. 
Pemouology of the New Testament. 21 pp. (Biblioth. 
Sacra, v. 16, 1859, p. 119.) — Perrone, G. De daemo- 
num cum horainibus commercis. 11 pp. (Migne, J. 
P., Theol. CHrsus compl. v. 7, p. 891.) — Psellvs, M. C. 
Dialogus de daemon um energiaseu operatione ; Quae- 
nam sunt Graecorum oplniones de daemonibus ; Ap- 
pendts-Testamentum Salomonls fllii David. [Gr. tl 
Lat.} 54 pp. (Migne, J. P., Patrol, s. Gr. v. 122, pp. 
819, 1315.)— Pythonic and demoniac possessions in 
India and Judea. 37 pp. [Dublin XJniv. Mag. y. ^,1^9, 
pp. 262, 421.)— Theory and phenomena of pos- 
session among the Hindoos. 16 pp. (Vuhlin UnU. Mag. 
V. 31, 1848, p. 315.)— Timoni, A. Des anges, des de- 
mons, des esprits, et des g6nles, d'apres les Musul- 
nians. 17 pp. (Jbum. asiat. 5 s. v. 7, 1856, p. 147.)— 
Upliain, E. Kappuolsm, or demon worship ... in 
Ceylon. 11 pp. 5 pi. [In his History of Budhlsm, p. 
126.)— Yalsltnn Nattannatva: a Cingalese poem, 
descriptive of the Ceylon system of demonology. Tr. 
by J. Callaway. 27 pp. (Orient. Trans. Fund, p. 1.) 

See also Apparitions. — Demoniacs.- Devil. — 
Hagic. — Sorcery. — Spiritnallsm. — Supersti- 
tions. — "Witclicraft. 

I>enion8tratiTeiiess, On. 4 pp. [Dublin 

Cniv. Mag. v. 82, 1873, p. 68.) 

Demontiosius, L. Siee Montjosieu, L. de. 
I>eiuoplillliS. Circa B. C. 320. Fragmenta. 

1 p. ^Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. hist. dr. v. 2, p. 
86; Qirat. Attici, v. 2, p. 474.) 

hemophilus, the Pythagorean. Similitu- 

dines ; SenteuUae Pythagoricae. [Gr. et Lat.) 12 pp. 
(Orelli, J. C, Opusc. Gr. vet. sent. v. 1, p. 1.)— Simili- 
tndines, seu vitae curatio, ex Pythagorels. 15 pp. 
(Gale, T., Opusc. myth. phys. et eth. p. 611.)— Pytha- 
Korlc sentences, tr. from the Greek by Thomas 
Taylor. 17 pp. (Hirt Bridgman, W., Trs.from the Gr. 
p. 119.)— Similitudes, or the remedy of life. 17 pp. 
(Brid?man, W., Trs.from the Gr. p. 25.) 

I>e Morgan, Augustus. 1806-71. Arith- 
metical books from the iuTention of printing 
to the present time. London, 1847. 8°. "VV.58 

A budget of paradoxes. London, 1872. 

8°. 2274 

Differential and integral calculus, con- 
taining differentiation, integration . . . Lon- 
don, n. d. 8°. —2435 

Elements of algebra, preliminary to dif- 
ferential calculus. London, 1837. 8°. —2437 

Elements of arithmetic. London, 1857. 

8°. —2447 

Elements of spherical trigonometry, n. p. 

n. d. 8°. —2426 

Essay on probabilities, and on their ap- 
plication to life contingencies and insurance 
offices. London, 1838. 16°. (Lardner, D., 
Cab. Cyc.) (Rev. of in Quart. Bev. v. 64, 
1839. p. 285.) —2434 

Formal logic : or, the calculus of infer- 
ence, necessary and probable. London, 1847. 
8°. —1445 

Trigonometry and double algebra. Lon- 
don, 1849. 12°. —2426 

Calculus of functions. 88 pp. [Encye. of pure 

t matkemat. p. 305.) — On thoroughness of intellec- 
tual attainment. 5 pp. (Youmans, E. L., Culture 
demanded by modem life, p. 438.) — Theory of probabil- 
ities. 98 pp. (Encyc. of pure mathemat. p. 393.) 

De Morgan, Mrs. S. E. Memoir of Au- 
gustus De Morgan. With selections from 
his letters. 1882. 

De Morgan, Mrs. Sophia Elizabeth. Me- 



moir of Augustus De Morgan. With selec- 
tions from his letters. London, 1882. 8°. 

4886 
Deinostlienes. B.C. 385-322. Opera quae 
supfersunt. ed. J. J. Reiske : Apparatus cri- 
ticus, Hieronymi Wolfii et Joannis Taylori, 
et J. J. Reiske annotationes tenens : Indices 
operum, confecit J. J. Reiske. [Gr.] Lipsiae, 
1770-75. 6 V. 8°. (Reiske, J. J., Orat. Gr. 
V. 1, 2, 9-12.) 3286 

Contents. V. 1. Praefatio ad Demosthenem. — ^io^ — 
'OAvv Oittjcoi. — ♦tAiiririjcot \6yoi. — Iltpi eip^njs. — IIcpi 'AAo- 
vr)<rov. — Ilfpi riiv iv Xfppot^am. — Ilpbs ■riji' ♦lAiirirov i-wia- 
To\ii)v. — 'Eirt<rroAi) *iAtjrirov. — Ilcpi <rv»Tof€«K. — Ilepi (n;fi- 
fiopiuv. — n«pi T^ Ti>y'Po&i<av eAeuflepia?. — 'Yirep ^cyoAovo- 
AiTui'. — Hepl TMK irpos 'A\f$aySpov mvOrfKav. — n«pl art- 
4>avov. — Ilept r^s iTapawpt<r^tia'S. — Up<K Aetrrivjfv. — Kara 
MciSi'ov. — Kara 'XvSporiiovo^. — Kara 'Api<rroicpaTows. — Kara 
TiliOKparovs- — KoTa 'ApiiTTorffiTovo^. — V. 2. Kara 'Ai^^ov. 

"Yirep <^a.vov irpo? 'A^fiov iftfvSoit-apTvpiuv. — Kara 'Ovriro- 

pof €fouA>f?. — IIp6« ZT)v60fii.t-v — Upof '.\.waTovpiov.—Upoi 
topiiiuycu — Opo* XoKpiTov vapaypaifiriv — 'Yirep ^p/iittvo^. 
—llpoi IlaKTati'tToi'. — Ilpof yavaifiaxov koX Eei'oireiffjji'.^ 
Upbv BotttfToi' vepi Toi> ovofiaTOi. — npb^ BoKitrov iivep irpoucbf 
^rrpwaf . — Upo^ 'S.irovSiav insip Trpouctk. — HpiK ♦ouVtirjroi' 
■■epi a.vriS6<re<oi. — Ilpot MoxdpraToi' xepiTou '.Kyviov icKripov. 
— npot \ta}xa.pTiy vfpX ToO icA^pou. — Kara ^Te<l>a.vm> 4>cv5o- 
fiaprvpiuiv.-Kara. 'Evipyov Koi Mkikti^ovAov fl/eviofiapTvpitov. 
— Kara. '0\vfiin.oSu>pov. — Upof TifioOeov iiircp xpeovs. — llpot 
HoAuKAeo Trepi ToO c»iTpti)papxiAiaT09. — Depi <rre((xivov t^ 
rpiTipapxios. — Hpo? KoAAuriroi'. — Ilpb? yiKotrTparov trepi 
aySpairoSov avoypa^ii^ 'Ap(6ovaiov. — Kara KoKucof ouKi'as. 
— Ilpof KoAAinAea irepi Yuipiov. — Kara Aiowa^oSutpov — 
'E<^e<7i5 irpbs Ev^ovAi^l}^'. — EvSeif i? card BeoxpCvov. — Kara 
Neou'paf. — 'EiriTocfrios.— 'Ep<iiTiic<k- — QpooifLia 5rjiniyopuca. — 
'Eiri<rToAtu'.— Scholia vetusta in Demosthenem. -Tabella- 
Conjecturae edltoris in Demosthenem immissae.— V. 9. 
Apparatus critici ad Demosthenem volumen primum, 
Hieronymi Wolfli et Joamiis Taylori ad oratorem anno- 
tationes tenens.- V. 10. Apparatus critici ad Demos- 
thenem volumen secundum, tenens Wolfli, et partim 
Taylori quoque annotationes £id orationes eas, quae 
volumen secundum editionis Lipsiensis implent. — V. 
11. Apparatus critici ad Demosthenem volumen ter- 
Uum, tenens J. J. Keiske reliquas ad Demosthenem 
annotatlonee ab eoque collectas varietates lectionis. — 
V. 12. Indices operum Demosthenis, confecit J. J. 
Reiske. 

Opera recensuit Graece et Latine cum 

indicibus ed. Dr. Johannes Theodorus Voe- 
melius. Parisiis, 1857. r. 8°. (Didot, A. 
F.. Biblioth. gr.) 3264 

Co)itents. Declamatio amatoria. — Contra Andro- 
tiouem. — .\dversus Apaturium. — In Aphobnm. 
— Contra Arigtocratein. — Contra Aristogitonem. 
— Adversus Boeotnin. — Contra Callicleni. — Contra 
Callippum. — De Cliersoneso. — De classlbns. — 
Adversus Conouem. — De corona. — De coroua tri- 
erarcHiae.— Contra Dionysodorum.—Epigtolae. 
— Contra Eubnlldem. — lu Euergnin et Muesibu- 
lum. — Exordia. — De foedere Alexandrio. — Frag- 
menta. — Declamatio fnuebrls. — De Halonneso. — 
Adversus Ljicritnm.- De falsa legatione.— Adver- 
sus Leocbarem. — Adversus Lieptluem. — .\dversu3 
Macartatum. — Pro Megalopolltis. — In Midiam. 
— Adversus ^fansimachnm. — In Xeteram. — .\dver- 
sus Nicostrntum.— In Olymplodorum.— Olyn- 
thiaca I-III.— -idversus Ouetoreui. — De pace. — Ad- 
versus Panteeuetnni. — Adversus Pbteuippnm. — 
Ad PhiUppi epistolam.— Literae Philippi.— Pbi- 
lippica I-IV.-.\dversus Pbormionem.--I'ro Pbor- 
mioue. — Adyersus Polyclem. — De republica or- 
diuanda. — Pro Rbodiornni llbertate.— Contra 
Spndiam.-Iu Stephauuni. -Contra Tbeocrinem. 
— Contra Timocratem. — .\dversus Timotbeum. — 
Adversus Zenotbemidem. 

Orations. Tr. , with notes, etc. , by Charles 

Rann Kennedy. London, 1852-63. 5 v. p. 
8°. (Bohn, H. G., Class. Libr.) 1257 

ContenU. Against Androtion, v. 3.— .\gainst Apa- 
tnrlns, v. 4.— .\ gainst Apbobns, v. 4.— Against Aris- 
tocrates, v. 3.— Against Aristoglton, v. 4.— Against 
Boeotus, V. 4.— Against Calllcles, v. 5.— .\gainst 
Callippus, V. 5.— On the Cbersouese, v. 1.— Against 
Conou, V. 5.— On the cro^vn, v. 2.— Against Diony- 
sodoms, V. 5.— On the dnties of tbe state, v. 1.— 
Ou the embassy, v. 2.— Epistles, v. 5.— The erotic 



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oration, v. 5.— Against Eubnlides, v. 5.— Against 
Knerena and Mnesibulus, v. 5.— Chronological ab- 
stract of events duilnR the life of Demosthenes, 

V 1.— Exordia, v. 5.— Funeral oration, v. o.—un 
Halonnesns, v. 1. -Against L-acrltus, v. i.-Against 
I^eochares, v. 5.— Against the law of L.eptlne8,v. S. 
—On the letter, v. 1.— Against Macartatns, v. 6.— 
For the Megalopolltans, v. 1.— Against Mldlas, v. 
3.-Agaln8t l«au8linachns, v. 4.-For the nayal 
crown, V. 5.-On the navy hoards, v. 1--Agamst 
Neaera, v. 5.-Agaln8t Nleostratws, v. 5--Agal"st 
Olvmplodoms, v. S.-Olynthiacs, v. l.-Agalnst 
Onetor, v. 4.-Agalnst Pantwnetus, v. 4- -The 
peace, v. l.-Agalnst Phaenlppiis, v. *--Tbe if "f "^ 
of Phhlp, V. l.-PhUlpplcs, V. l.-Agalnst Phor- 
mlo, V 4%lAgalnst Polycles, v. 5.-0n the liberty of 
the Rhodlans, v. l.-Agalnst Spndlas, v. 4.-Aga nst 
Stephanns, v. 5.-AgainstTheocrlne8,v.5.— Against 
Tlmocrates, v. 4.— Against Tlmothens, v. 5.— On 
the treaty with Alexander, v. l.-Agalnst Zeuo- 

Appmdices. ' Resident aliens, v. 3.— Arbitration, 

V 3 —The archous, v. 3.— Athenian festivals, v. i. 
—Athenian money and mines, v. 1.— Character of 
Athenian tribunals, v. 4.— Empire of Athens, v. 
4 — Chferonea, v. 2.— The Thraclau Chersonese, v. 
1.— Civil procedure, v. 3.— Clubs, v. 3.— Council 
Of Areopaf^ns, v. 2.— Council of five hundred, 
V. 2.— Ci-lmlnal procedure, v. 3.— Whether Ctesl- 

Shon broke the law, v. 2.— The drama, v. 3.— Guar- * 
Ian and ward, v. 4.— Harmodlus and Arlstoglton, 
V. 3.— Husband and wife, v. 4.— Interrogatories, 
V. 4.— Revision of la-«V8, v. 2.— Character of the l.ep- 
tlnlan oration, v. 3.— Oaths, v. 4.— Official ser- 
vices, V. 3.— Olynthns, v. 1.— Onetor's case, v. 4. 
—Orators and statesmen, v. 2.— Affairs of Pelopon- 
nesus, V. 2.— Opinion of Polyblus, v. 2 — The pop- 
ular assembly, v. 2.— The property tax, v. 1.— 
The sacred war, v. 2.— Shipping contracts, v. 4. 
—Torture, v. 4.— Tribes and townships, v. 4.— The 
trlerarchy, v. 1. 

De corona. [Or.] With English notes 

by Rev. Arthur Holmes. Boston, 1873. 12°. 

3267 

- Epistolae. [Gr.etLal.] 16pp. (Dldot, A. F., J3i6- 
lioth. gr. Epistol. Gr. p. 219.)— Fragmenta. [Gr.] 2 
pp. (Bergk, T., Poet. Ivr. Gr. v. 2, p. 643.)— Interpreta- 
tio Latina aliquot oratlonnm. 98 pp. (Melanchthou, 
P., Orera, v. 18, p. 685; Corpus reform.) 

Reiske, J. J. Indices operum Demos- 

thenis. 1775. [In his Or at. Gr. \. 12.) 

Wolf, J., and others. Apparatus critici 

ad Demosthenem. 1774-75. 3 v. (Reiske, 
J. J., Orat. Gr. v. 9-11.) 

Blass, F. Zur textkritlk des D. 16 pp. (Rheinisch. 

mus. n. 8. V. 33, 1878, p. 493.)— BoecUh, A. De Demos- 
thenls Phlllpplcae prlmae loco, praesentl patriae sta- 
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Contents. Andreossy, A. F., CS»mfe d'. Memolre sur 
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eau, V. 12. — .Memoire sur le lac Menzaleh, v. 11. — Aa- 
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Explication s«jmmalre des planches d'anneUdes de 
I'Egypto et de la Syrie, pub. par J. C. Savigny, v. 21.— 
Explication sommaire des planches d'arachnldes de 
I'Egypte et de la Syrie, pub. par J. C. Savigny, v. 21. — 
Explication sommaire des planches d'ascidies de 
I'Egypte et de la Syrie, pub. par J. C. Savigny, v. 23.— 
Explication sommaire des planches de crustaces de 
I'Egypte et de la Syrie, pub. par J. C. Savigny, v. 21. — 
Explication sommaire des planches d'fichinodermes 
de I'Egypte et de la Syrie, pub. par J. C. Savigny, v. 23. 
— Explication sommaire des planches d'hydrophytes 
de I'Egypte et de la Syrie, pub. par J. C. Savigny, v. 23. 
— Explication sommaire des planches d'insectes de 

I'Egypte et de la Syrie, pub. par J. C. Savigny, v. 21 

Explication sonunalre des planches de moliusques de 
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Explication sommaire des planches d'oiseaux de 
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Soueys,v. 5.— and Jonuurd, E F. Explication des plan- 
ches des arts et metiers, v. 12. — Dnbois-Aym^ ( — ). 
Description de la Babylone d'Egypte, v. 5. — Memoire 
sur la ville de Qoceyr et ses environs, v. 11. — Memolre 
sur les anclennes limltes de la Her rouge, T. 11. — ^Ap- 



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pendlce.v-lS.pt.l.-Memolresurlesancieuues branches 
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—Notice 8ur le s^jour des Hfibreux en Egyiite, et sur 
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d'Egypte, v. 24.— Description des mammiferes qui se 
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I. Description des reptiles qui se trouvent en Egypte, 
T. «.— Geom-oy-Saliit-Hllalre, I. Histoire natur- 
elle des polssons de la Mer rouge, et de la Mediter- 
ranfe, v. 24— Glrard, P. S. Description de la vallee 
de I'Egarement, et consequences geologiques qui re- 
sultent de la reconnaissance qu'on en a faito, v. 20.— 
M^nioire sur ragriculiurc, I'industric, et le commerce 
de I'Egypte, v. 17.— Memoire sur le nilometre de I'ile 
d'Elephantine, et les m^sures egyptiennes, v. 6. — 
Memoire sur les mfisures agraires des ancieus Egyp- 
tiens, V. 8.— Observations sur la vallee d'Egypte, v. 20. 
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V. 16.— Jollois, J. B. P. Notice sur la ville de Rosette, 

V. 18, pt. 1 and DevlUlers, E. Description d'Esn^, 

et de ses environs, v. 1.— Descriptitm de Syout, et des 
antiquit6s qui paralssent avoir appartenu h, I'ancienne 
ville de Lycopolis, v. 4. — Description des antiqultfes de 
Denderah, v. 3. — Description des monumens astronom- 
Iques d^couverts eu Egypte, v. 3.— Description gfiu^rale 
de Thebes, v. 2, 3.— Becherches sur les bas-reliefs as- 
tronomiquesdesEgyptiens, v. 8.— and Dntools-Ayin* 
( — ). Description des principales ruines situees dans 
la portion de I'ancien Delta comprise entre les branches 
de Rosette et de Daraiette, v. 5 Jomard, E. F. De- 
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phantine, V. 1. — Description de Sy^ne et des cataractes, 
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scription des antlqultes d'Abydus, v. 4.— Description 
do la ville et do la cltadelle du Kaire, v. 18, pt. 2.— De- 
scription des antiquites d'Antaeopolls, v. 4. — Descrip- 
tion des antiquites d'Athribis. v. 9.— Description des 
antiquites de la viiie et de la province du Kaire, v. 9. 
— Description des antiquites de I'Heptanomide, v. 4. — 
Description des antiquites d'Edfou, v. 1. — Description 
des ruines d'Achmouneyn ou Hermopolis magna, v. 4. 
— Description generale de Memphis, et des pyramldes, 
V. 5. — Description des antiquites du nome Arslnoite, 
aujourd'hui le Fayoum.v. 4. — Description generale de 
Thebes, Section IX-X, v. 3.— Essal d'explication d'un 
tableau astronomique pelnt au plafond du premier 
tombeau des rols de Thdbes, v. 8. — Exposition du sys- 
tftmo metrlque des anciens Egyptlens, v. 7. — Index 
geographique, ou llste generate des noms de lleux de 
I'Egypte, V. 18, pt. 3.— Memoire sur la population com- 
paree de I'Egypte anclenne et moderne, v. 9. — Memoire 
Bur lea inscriptions anclennes recuelllies en Egypte, v. 
9. — M6molre sur le lac de Moerls compar6e au lac du 
Fayoum, v. 6. — Notice sur les antlquitfis que Ton 
trouve i, Cheykh El-Harydy, v. 4.— Observations sur les 
Arabes de I'Egypte moyenne, v. 12.— Remarques et re- 
cberches sur les pyramldes d'Egypte, v. 9.— Remarques 
8ur les slgnes numeriques des anciens Egyptlons, v. 9. 
— Lianeret, M. A. Description de I'lle de Phllao, v. 1. 
— Memoire sur le systftmo d'lmpositlon territoriale, et 
•ur ['administration des provinces de I'Egypte, v. 11. — 
Notice sur la brancho canoplque, v. 8.— and Chabrol 
*• Volvlc, G. 3. a. Memoire sur le canal d'Alexan- 
drle, V. 15 — and Dnbols-Aym^ (— ). Description 
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troapee do I'armeo Iranijalse pendant I'expedition 
4 Egypte et deHyrto, v. 18.— Notice sur la conformation 
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i.M. MAnioIre »ur lacomniuulcatlon do la mor des 
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— lfiur«el, 3. i. Mtmolre Mur lo megyAa de I'lle de 



Roudah, v. 15.— Memoire sur les Inscriptions kouflques 
recueillies en Egypte, v. 15. — Memoire sur la mosqueo 
de Touioun et les inscriptions, v. 18, jjt. 3. — Martlii, 
P. D. Description hydrographlque des provinces de 
Beny-Soueyt et du Fayoum, v. 16.— Notice sur un grand 
monument souterrain h. I'ouest de la ville d'Alexan- 
drie, v. 5.— ]Voi-ry (— ). Description de la colonue dite 
de Pompee, S, Alexaiidrie, v. 5.— Nonet, N. A. Obser- 
vations astrononiiques faites en Egypte pendant les 
annees VI, VII, & VIII (1798, 1799, 1800), v. 11.— Observa- 
tions meteorologiquesethygroraetrlques faites dans di- 
verses villes de I'Egypte, v. 19. — Ralfeueau-Delile, 
A. Description du palmier doura de la haulo Egypte, 
ou Cucifera Thebaica, v. 19. — Flore d'Egypte. Explica- 
tion des planches, V.19. — Florae Aegyptiacae illustratio, 
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tlens, V. 6. — Notice sur les medicamens usuels des 
Egyptlens, v. 11. — Rozl^re ( — ), de. De la constitution 
physique de I'Egypte, et de ses rapports avec les an- 
clennes institutions de cette coutree, v. 20, 22. — De la 
geographie comparee et de I'ancien ctat des cOtes de la 
Mer rouge, v. 6. — Description des carriferes qui ont 
fournl les materiaux des monumens anciens, v. 3. — 
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—1148 
Cnntenti. I*reniiSre comedie de Terence appelee 
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Despondency and aspiration. 3 pp. [Black- 

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Desportes, Francois. Blanc, A. A. P. C. 

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Despota, Pnnce of WaUachia. Graziani, A. 

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Desrey, Pierre. 16 cent. Relation du voy- 
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Dessalles, Adrien. Histoire generale des 

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Dessanret, Isaac Alexis. 1720-1804. Notice. 

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Destonches, Philippe Nericault. 1680-1754. 

Lo Disstpateur, comedie, 155 pp., v. 11, p. 337. — La 
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V. 11, p. 171.- L'Homme siuguller, comedie, IGO pp., 
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Destriveaiix, P. J. Traite de droit public. 

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Destruction and reconstruction. Taylor, 

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Destutt de Tracy, Antoine Louis Claude, 

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Contents. Conferences ou exhortations k I'asage 
des malsons religleuses.— Conferences ou exhortations 
sur les devoirs des eceleslastlqnes. — Maxlmes 
eccl^slastlqnes tirees des constitutions des clercs 
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~— Alger, W. R. Theory of a personal devil. 24 pp. 
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R. Llthobolia ; or, the stone-throwing devil. 7 pp. 
(Hist. Mag. v. 5, 1801, p. 321.)— Cobbe, F. P. The devil. 
28 pp. {In Iter Darwinism In morals, p. 147 ; and Fortu. 
Bev. n. s. v. 10, 1871, p. 1*).)— Conway, M. D. The 
devil In Leipzig. 20 pp. {Fra<er's Ma0. v. 79, 1869, p. 
360.)— De Foe, D. History of the devil. 298 pp. 
(Works, V. 3, I). 283.)— Devil's cloiugs, or warm work 
in Wirtemberg. li pp. (Blacktcomi's Mag. v. 40, 1836, p. 
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(Chr. fxam. v. 69, 1860, p. 19.)— Hnybeusz, M. Die 
verbrecherwelt von Wien. 10 pp. {Deutsch. rundschau, 
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et son intervention dans les choses huraalnes. 28 pp. 
{Rev. d. deux mondes, 1842, 4 s. v. 31, p. 568.) — R^vllle, 
A. Histolre du dlable. 31 pp. (Rep. d. deux mondes, 
1870, 2 per. v. 8.5, p. 101.> — Scherb, E. V. History 
and doctrine of the devil. 31 pp. (Chr. Exam. v. m, 
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3 pp. (Scribner's Monthhi, v. 9, 1875, p. 262.)— "Wood- 
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See aho Demoniacs. — Demonology* — Fanst. — 
Theophilas, St., of Adana. 

l>evil. The, and Tom Connolly. 8 pp. {Dub- 
lin L'nir. Mag. v. 22, 1843, p. 677.) 

Devi I in the belfrjr. Poe, E. A. Works, 

ed. J. H. Ingram, v. 2, p. 299. 

Devil npon two sticks. Le Sage, A. R. 
Novels. 1283 

Deviile, Gustave. 1835—. Etude du dia- 
lecte tzaconien. Paris, 1866. 8°. —2114 

Inscriptions grecques d'Egypte, recueillies en 

1861. 36 pp. (^rcAiF. mis.?. *ci. «i ««. v. 2, p. 457.)— Rap- 
port sur une mission dans Tile de Samothrace. 13 
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Deville, Jean Achille. 1789-1875. Histoire 
de Tart de la verrerie dans rantiquite. 
Paris, 1875. 4°. —1721 

Tombeaux de la cathedrale de Rouen. 

Rouen. 1833. 8°. 1715 

Devillez, Adolphe Barthelemy. 1813—. 
Ventilation des mines ... [12 pl.l Mons, 
1875. 8°. -3745 

Deyilliers, Edouard. Description des an- 

tiqultes situees dans I'lsthme de Soueys. 24 pp. 
(Descript. de I'Egypte, v. .5, p. 135.) 

Jomard, Edme Frangois, and others. 

Explication des planches des arts et metiers. 106 
pp. (Descript. de I'Egypte, v. 12, p. 393.) 

See also Jollols, J. B. P. 

Devil's confession. The [poem]. 4 pp. 

Baring-Gould, S. (Froi-er'i J/ajf. v. 76, 1867, p. 320.) 

Devil's diary, or temptations. 31 pp. 

[Fraur's Mag. v. 19, 1839, p. 653 ; v. 20, 1839, p. 284.) 

Devil's dream on Mount Aksbeck. 4 pp. 

(Blackwood's Mag. v. 22, 1827, p. 440.) 

Devil's frills. The. 9 pp. {Blackwood's 

Mag. V. 54. 1843, p. 225.) 

Devil's ladder. The. 21pp. {Dublin Univ. 

Mag. V. 25, 1815, p. 6.58.) 

Devil's last walk. The. 4 pp. {Black-wood's 

Mag. V. 48, 1840, p. 676.) 

Devil's walk. The. Southev. R. Poet. 

works, V. 3, p. 8i. " 

Devil-worshippers. Visit to the Yezidis, 

or Devil-worshippers of .\rmeala. 6 pp. (Fraser'i Maa 
V. 51, 1855. p. 587.) ^ ^' 

Devinettes, ou enigmes populaires de la 
France. Rolland. E. 1257 

De Yinne, Theodore L. Invention of print- 
ing. A collection of facts and opinions de- 
scriptive of early prints and playing cards. 
Illustr. with facsimiles of early types and 
woodcuts. New York. 1878. 8°. W.14 

Devise, France. Cagny, P. de. Tombeau 

trouvg dans un clmetiere antique i D. 3 pp. (Soc 
roy. des antlq. de France, Bull. 1862, p. 106, with Mim,. 

V. 27, 1864.) 

Devonshire, England. Bray. Mrs. A. E. 
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pakt II.— 9. 



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3 V. 

GOSSE. P. H. Naturalist's rambles on the 

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Hamilton. A. H. A. Quarter sessions 

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Murray, J. Handbook for travellers in 

Devonshire. 1879. 

Philxjps, J. Figures and descriptions of 

the palaeozoic fossils of . . . Devon. 1841. 

Clark, G. T. Remarks upon the worthies of D. 28 

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Inaugural address ... at Exeter, 1873. 6 pp. (Archaeol. 
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16 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 33, 1833, p. 689.)— Hamil- 
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23 pp. (Fraser's Mag. a. s. v. 15, 1877, p. 731 ; v. 16, 1877, 
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26 pp. 6 pi. (Archaeol. Jnum. v. 29, 1872, p. 151.)— liillle, 
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Devonshire Association forthe advance- 
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1867. 8°. —3606 

Devos, Augustine Eulalie. Herbert, M. E. 

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Michel, Dan. Avenbite of Inwyt. 1866. 

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The same. (Maetzner, E., Altengl. sprach- 
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See also Liturgies.— Meditations — Prayers.— 
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Deyrient, Ludwig. Ellet, Mrs. E. F. Louis 

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Discourses and reviews upon questions of 
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Discourses on human nature, human life, 

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Discourses on the nature of religion, and 

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Diagrams to facilitate the calculation of 
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[Ed.) Life of Charles James Mathews, 

chiefly autobiographical, with selections from 
his correspondence and speeches. London, 
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Dickens, Charles John Huflfam. 1812-70. 
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8°. (Rev. of in Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 12, 1838, 
p. 699 ; Quart. Rev. v. 64, 1839, p. 83.) 1264 

Barnaby Rudge ; a tale of the riots of 

'eighty. With illustrations by George Cat- 
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d. r. 8°. 1263 

Bleak house. With -illustrations by H. K. 

Browne. London, n. d. 8°. 1264 

Nole. Also In Harper's Mag. v. i, 1852, pp. 649, 809; v. 
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Dombey and Son : with illustrations by 

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(Rev. of in Atlant. Monthly, v. 45, 1880, p. 

280 ; Dublin Rev. 3 s. v. 3, 1880, p. 409 ; Westm. 

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Life and adventures of Martin Chuzzle- 

wit. With illustrations by Phiz. London, 

n. d. 8°. 1264 
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by. With illustrations by Phiz. London, n. 

d. 8°. 1264 

Little Dorrit. With illustrations by H. K. 

Browne. London, n. d. 8°. 1264 

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526, 669, 813; v. 13, 1850, pp. 97, 238, 38;^, 527, 672, 820; v. 
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Old curiosity shop, a tale. With illustra- 
tions by George Cattermole and Hablot K. 
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Personal history of David Copperfield. 

With illustrations by H. K. Browne. Lon- 
don, n. d. 8°. (Rev. of in JFVaser's Ma/i. v. 
42, 1850, p. 698.) 1264 

Posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club. 

With 43 illustrations, by R. Seymour and 
Phiz. London, 1866. 8°. (Rev. of in Dublin 
Rev. V, 8, 1840, p. 160 ; Quart. Rev. v. 59, 1837, 
p. 484.) 1264 

— — SketcheB by Boz, illustrative of every-day 
life and every-day people. With 40 illustra- 
tions by George CruikHhank. London, 1866. 
8". (Rev. of in Wentm. Rev. v. 27, 1837, p. 194.) 

1264 

—— Speeches, literary and social. Loudon, n. 
d. p. 8°. 1246 



— Tale of two cities. With illustrations by 
H. K. Browne. London, 1866. 8°. 1264 

— " BlrHis — Mrs. Meek of a son." 2 pp. {Harper's 
Mag. V. 2, 1851, p. 672.)— Child's dream of a star. 2 
pp. {Harper's Mag. v. 1, 1850, p. 73.)— Child's history 
of King .Tohn's reign. 5 pp. {Harper's Mag. v. 4, 1852, 
p. 366.) — What Christinas is as we grow older. 2 pp. 
{Harper's Mag. v. 4, 1852, p. 390.)— What Christmas is 
in the company of .John Doe. 4 pp. {Harper's Mag. v. 
i, 1852, p. 386.)- Christmas stories. 13 pp. {Harper's 
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nation. 18 pp. (Atlant. Monthli/, v. 21, 1808, pp. 118, 145, 
277.)— Lia-»vyer's story. 7 pp. {Harper's Mag. v. 10, 
1855, p. 385.) — Liondon sparrows. 1 p. {Harper's Mag. 
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friend. 254 pp. (//arper's jtfag-. v. 29, 1864, pp. 67, 241, 
380, 516, 646,784; v. 30, 1865, pp. 102,236,367,506, 647,781; 
V. 31, 1865, PI). 101, 236, 372, 507, 645, 784; v. 32, 1866, p. 
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Chimes : a goblin story. 9 pp. (Rev. of in Dublin Rev. 
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Christmas carol, In prose; being a ghost-story of 
Christmas. 20 pp. (Rev. of in Z'ui'/in i^ei'. v. 15, 1843, p. 
510.)— Charles Dickens and his works. 20 pp. {Fra- 
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Dickerson, Mahlon. Halsey, E. D. Mah- 
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Dickeson, Montroville Wilson. American 
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Dickins, Asbury, and Forney, John W. 
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Part II.— i a. 



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Dickinson, Charles M. 1842 — . Poems. 

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Dickinson, Daniel Stevens, LL.D. 1800- 
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contents. On the celebration of the anniversary of 
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Orleans, v. 1. — Biographical sketch, v. 1. — In 
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~ foriiia and New Mexico, v. 1. — Upon . . . the ap- 
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Lecture upon commercial laiiv and political econ- 
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2. — Dedicatory address at the opening of the new 
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1. — Speeih in trie Democratic national conven- 
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Speech at a Union mass meeting at Rochester, N. 
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mass meeting at Utica, N. Y., 1861, v. 2.— Speech at a 
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Question of United States senator. 24 pp. (Dem. 

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Dietmar, der setzer. 13 cent. Lieder. 1 p. 

(Hageu, F. H. von dor, Minnesinger, v. 2, p. 174.) 

Dietmar von Ast. Lieder. 5 pp. (Hagen, 

F. H. von der. Minnesinger, v. 1, p. 98.) — Miunelieder. 

5 pp. ( Weingartner Hederhandschrift. Biblioth. literar. ver- 
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]>ietmarsische luegeninaerchen. 

Volksinaerclien. 1 p. (Marbach, G. O., Volksbuecher. 
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]>ietricli, Anton {Ed.\ Russische volks- 
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Dietrich, Christian Wilhelm Ernst. Blanc, 

A. A. P. C. In his Hist, des peintres : Ecole allemande. 
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Dietrich von Bern sage. Dietrich und 
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Hylten-Cavallius, G. O. [Ed.) Sagan 

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Albrecht von Kemenat. Dietrichs brautfahrt. Aus 

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— Stolt Slgnild. 12 pp. (Abrahamsou,- W. H. F., 
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Danshe riser, v. 1, p. 1.)— VIderilt Verlandsoens 

kamp nied Langben rise. 10 pp. (Abrahamson, W. 
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See also Amelnngen lied and sage. — Nibelnngen 
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I>ietz, Ella. A lover's answer. 1 p. (SmZ>- 

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]>ieil» Lodewijk de. Niceron, J. P. Mem, 
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F. L. M. 3 V. —1436 

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Baron de. 
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8°. 2374 

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Differences in Shakespeare's versification. 
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The famine campaign in southern India 

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Digby mysteries. Ed. by F. J. Fumivall. 
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Contents. Clirist's burial and resurrection. — 
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Christ. 

Digest of American sanitary law. Pickering, 

H. <i. (iriiA Bowditch, H. I., Public hygiene in America, 
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Digest of evidence taken before Her 
Majesty's commissioners of inquiry, into the 
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Digest of facts relating to the treatment and 
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Digest of Hindu law. Cunningham, H. 
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Digest of the canons for the government 
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Digest of the law of evidence. Stephen, 
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Digest of the laws, customs, manners, 
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Digest of I'nited IStates patents for 
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Dignidad del hombre. Oliva, F. P. de. 

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Memoir [of Charloa Wentworth Dilke]. 01 pp. 

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Dillon, Arthur. A winter in Iceland and 

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Political survey of the sacred Roman 

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Dillon, Capt. Peter. Circa 1785-1847. Nar- 
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Dillon, Rev. R. C. Sermon on Bartholomew- 
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Diliicidationnui Pindaricarnm volu- 
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]>lmail, Jeremiah Lewis, D. D. 1831-81. 
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I>iiiieiisioii.s of the fixed stars. Pickering, 
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Les trouveres brabangons, hainuvers, 

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{Ed.) Poetae scenici Graeci. Accedunt 

Part ll.— 11. 



perditarum fabularum fragmenta. [Gr.] 
Lipsiae, 1830. 8°. 3208 

Contentf. .Kschylus: Agamemno ; Choephoroe; 
Eumenides; Persae ; Prometheus vinctus; Septem 
adversusThebas; Supplices.- Aristophaues : Ach- 
arnenses ; Aves ; Ecclesiazusae ; Equltes ; Lysistrata ; 
Nubes;Pas; Plutus; Rnnae; Thesmophoriazusae ; 
Vespae. — Euripides .\lcestis; .\ndroraache; Bac- 
chae ; Cyclops ; Electra ; Hecuba ; Helena ; Heracli- 
dae; Hercules fureus; Hlppolytus; Ion; Iphigenia 
in .A.ulide ; Iphigenia In Tauris ; Medea ; Orestes ; 
Phoenissae ; Rhesus; Supplices; Troades. — Frag- 
menta. — Sophocles t Ajax; Antigone; Electra; 
Oedipus Coloneus ; Oedipus rex ; Philoctetes ; Trachl- 
niac. 

[Ed.) Scholia Graeca in Homeri Iliad em, 

ex codicibus aucta et emendata. Oxonil, 
1875. 2 V. 8°. 3274 

(Ed.) Scholia Graeca in Homeri Odys- 

seam, et codicibus aucta et emendata. Ox- 
onii, 1855. 2 v. 8°. 3205 

See also Aristophanes. Comoediae. — Hero- 
dotus, Historiarum libri IX. — Josephus, F. 
Opera. — Lucianus, Opera. — Sophocles, Tra- 
goediae. 
I>iligelstedt, Franz, i^et^en* von. 1814—. 
Lieder eines kosmopolitischen naechtwach- 
ters. Hamburg, 1842. 16°. 2335 

Nacht und morgen. Neue zeit-gedichte. 

Stuttgart. 1851. 12°. 2356 

9Iuenchener bllderbogen. 30 pp. [Deutsek. rund- 

scluiu, V. IS, 1879, p. 233; v. 19, 1879, p. 228.) 

Amazou. 57 pp. (Rev. of In y. Brit. Sev. v. 49, 

1868, p. 4-27.)— Talllandier, St. R. Pontes contempo- 
rains de I'Allemague. M. Frauz Dingelstedt. 15 pp. 
{Rev. d. deux mondes, lSi5, n. s. v. 12, p. 495.) 

Dingier, Johann Gottfried, and others. 
Polytechnisches journal. Stuttgart, 1820-82. 
246 V. 8°, and real-index, v. 1-78, v. 79-158. 

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Diiigley, Robert. 1619-59. The spiritual 
taste described, and a glimpse of Christ dis- 
covered. In two parts. London, 1649. 16°. 

—4235 
Content.^. God's svreetnesse made out in Christ. 
— Messiah's splendor. 

Dingley, Thomas. 17 cent. EUstory from 
marble. Printed in photolithography by 
Vincent Brooks, from the original in the 
possession of Sir Thomas E. Winnington. 
With an introduction and descriptive table 
of contents, by John Gough Nichols. Lon- 
don, 1867-68. 2 V. sm. 4°. [CJamden Soc. 
Nos. 94. 97.) 1594 

Dinguian, John H. Directory of booksel- 
lers, stationers, news-dealers, and music 
dealers, and a list of libraries in the United 
States and Canada, complete to November 
1, 1870. New York, 1870. 8°. L.63 

Dini, Francesco. 18 cent. Antiquitates Etru- 
riae ; De autiquitatibus Umbrorum, Thuscorumque 
sede, ac iraperio, deque Camerlo, ac Camertibus a 
Sylla exclsis dissertatio hlstorica. 67 pp. (Graevius, 
•T. G., Tlu-s.anti/]. Ital. v. 8, pt. 1.) 

Dinias, Argivus. Fragmenta. [Gr. et Lat.] 

i pp. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. hiit. Gr. v. 3, p. 

24.) 

Dining and the table. Doran, J. Table 
traits. 1854. 

Jeaffreson, J. C. A book about the 

table. 1875, 2 v. 

Beusou, E. A literary gourmand. 6 pp. {Atlant. 

Monthly, v. 23, 1869, p. 15.)— Hayward, A. The art Of 
dining. 118 pp. (Bing. and crit. essays, v. 2, p. 325.) — 
Philosophy of the table under Charles I. 9 pp. 
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The bote ot nurture. Ed. by Frederick J. Fiirnivall. 
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T. H. Usages of domestic life In the middle ages ; the 
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by Frederick J. Furnivall. 30 pp. (Early Eng. Text 
Soc. No. 32, p. 261.) 

See also Cookery.— Dinners.— Eating. 

I>iniz, Julio, pseud. See Coelho, J. G. G. 
]>inncr of herbs. 16 pp. [Dublin Univ. 

Mag. V. 42, 1853, p. 31.) 

]>iiuier real and reputed. 17 pp. (Black- 
wood's Mag. V. 46, 1839, p. bl5.) 
Dilllier-givers, First directions to. 5 pp. 

{Dublin Umv. Mag. v. 31, 1848, p. 377.) 

Dinners. De Quincey, T. The casuistry of 

Rjman meals. 41 pp. {Works, v. 3, p. 246.]— Dinners, 
clubs, etc. 43 pp. {Quart. Rev. v. 55, 1836, p. 445.) — 
Hale, E. E. Dinner speaking. 4 pp. (Atlant. Monthly, 
V. 20, 1867, p. 507.)— Hankey, T. London dinners. 6 
pp. (Macmillan's Mag. v. 25, 1872, p. 370.) — SIcIndoe, 
J. Account of a coronation dinner at Edinhiirgh. 7 
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91.) — Russian dinners. 11pp. {Eraser's Mag. \.b9, 
1859, p. 462.) — Tliouglits npon dinners. 16 pp. 
{Blackwood's Mag. v. 71, 1X52, p. 734.) 

See also Cookery. — Dining. — Eating. 

I>ino. 4 cent. B. C. Fragmenta. [Gr. et Lat.] 

8 pp. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. hist. Gr. v. 2, p. 88.) 

Jixnotl^^ Ahhot of Bangor. 1 cent. Responsio 

ad Augustinum mouachum petentem subjecllonem 
ecclesiae Komanae. 2 pp. (Mlgne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lai. 
V. 80, p. 21.) 

I>inler, Gustav Friedrich. Memoir of. 7 pp. 

(Am. J. of Education, v. 7, 1859, p. 153.) 

I>io. See Dion. 

Diocese of Killaloe. Dwyer, P. —1266 

Diocles, of Athens. 5 cent. B. C. Fragmenta. 

[Gr. et Lat.] 2 pp. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Poet, 
comic, p. 322.) 

Diocles, of Peparethus. Fragmenta. [Gr. et 

Lat.] 6 pp. (Dldot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. hist. Gr. 
V. 3, p. 74.) 

Diocletianus, Caius Valerius Aurelius, 
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Freeman, E. A. Diocletian's place In architectu- 
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Edlctum Dlocletlanl dePretllsrerum. 41pp. (Corpus 
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In den rechtsbuechern enthaltonen verordnungen 
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(Berlin. Akad. wlBsens. Phitol. klasse Abhandl. 1860, p. 
349.)— Two abdications— Diocletian and Charles V. 
18 pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 72, 1868, p. 207.) 

Diodaii, Alexandre Am6dee Edouard. Na- 

vllle, E. Le professeur Diodall. 05 i)p. (Biblioth. univ. 
et rev. suisse, n p6r. v. 10, 1801, p. 101.) 

'DiiHlorwn, Bp. of Tarsus. 4 cent. Fragmenta. 

[Or. el L'll.] :t4 |.p. (.Mlgnc, .1. P., J'alrol. s. Gr. v. 33, p. 
1501 ; Pltni, .T. 11., Sjiicileg. Solexvtense, v. 1, p. 269.)— In 
Pnalmos Interiirelatlo. [Or.] 19pp. (Mai, A., Potrum 
nora biblioth. v. 0, pt. 2, p. 240.) 

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moutum. [Gr.etLai.] 2pp. (Vliiol, A. i\, Bibluuh. 
gr. Fragm. philoi.Gr. v. 2, p. 112.) 

DiodoriiM, of Sinope. Circa B. C. 354. 

FraKiiicmn. [Gr. el JmI.] 2 pp. {VUUtt, A. V., Biblioth. 
gr. J'oe.l. romic. p. 692.) 

Dto<lorilH Pericgetes. Circa B. C. 320. 

FnigineutH. [Or. et Lat.] 5 pp. {D\iXi>\., A. V., Biblioth. 
fir. Fragm. hitt. Gr. v. 2, p. 3.13.) 

DlodoriiH SieitluM. Circa B. C. 50. Bibli- 
othecae historicae quae Rupersunt. Ex nova 
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Latine . . . Studuit, rerum indicem locuple- 
tissimum ad jecit Carolus Muellerus. Parisiis, 
1855. 2 V. r. 8°. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr.) 

3264 

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by G. Booth. London, 1814. 2 v. 8°. 2413 

Ex Bibliotheca historica, deGallls. [Gr.et Lat.] 

18 pp. (Bouquet, M., Bee. hist. Gaules, v. 1, p. 301.) — 
Epistolae. [Lat. et Pal.] 28 pp. (Graevius, J. G., 
'Thes. antiq. Sicil. v. 10, p. 393.)— Excerpta. [ Gr. et Lat.] 
134 pp. (Mai, A., Script, vet. nova collect, v. 2, p. 1.) — Ex- 
cerpta ex Hlstoria Diodorl. [Gr. et Lat.] 20pp. 
(Didot, A. F., Biblioth, gr. Fragm. hist. Gr. v. 2, p. vil.)— 
Navigatlone di lambolo. 3 pp. (Ramuslo, G. B., 
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Boivin,L. Dissertation sur un fragment de D. 27 

. pp. (Inst, de France, Acad. Inscript. Hist. v. 2, 1736, p. 

80.) — Breitenbach, L. Xenophon's Hellenica, Dlodor 
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p. 497.)— Grail, J. B. Examen du teste de D. relatif au 
monument d'Osymandyas. 83 pp. (Inst, de France, 
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De Diodorl fide et auctorltate aestiraanda ex auctorl- 
bus quos sequltur. 42 pp. (Goettingen, K. gesells. 
•wissens. Phil. hist. Commenlat. v. 5, 1782, p. 89 ; v. 7, 1786, 
p. 75.) — Jacoby, C. Kteslas und Dlodor. 61pp. 
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Zu Dlodorus. 7 pp. (Kheinisch. mus. n. s. v. 23, 1868, p. 
77.)— tJnger, G. F. Die Jahrepoche des D. 21 pp. 
(Philologus, v. 39, 1880, p. 305.)— Poly bios und Diodoros 
ueber den soeldnerkrieg. 16 pp. (Kheinisch. mas. li.s. 
V. 34, 1879, p. 90.) 

Diogenes, the Cynic. Circa B. C. 412-323. 

Eplstolae. [Gr. et Lat.] 24 pp. (DiAot, k.'F., Biblioth. 
gr. Epistol. Gr. p. 235.)— Fragmenta. [ Gr. et Lat.] 36 
pp. (Dldot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. philos. Gr. v. 2, p. 
295.)— Sententiae. [Gr.et Lat.] 78 pp. (Orelll, J. C, 
Opusc. Gr. vet. sent. v. 2, p. .54.) 

Boissonade, J. F. Notice des lettres inedites de 

D. 177 pp. (Inst, de France, Not. el extr. des MSS. v. 10, 
pt. 2, 1818, p. 122.) 

Diogenes, ofApollonia. 5 cent. B. C. Frag- 
menta quae supersunt omnia disposita et il- 
lustrata. LEd.] W. Schorn. [Gr.] Bonn 
[1829]. 8°. [With Anaxagoras., Fragmenta.) 

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Fragmenta. [Gr. et Lat.'] 5 pp. (Didot, A. F., 

Biblioth. gr. Fragm. philos. Gr. v. 1, p. 252.) 

Scbleiermaclier, F. E. D. Ueber Diogenes von 

Apollonla. 18 pp. (Berlin. Akad. wissens. Philos. klasse 
AblMndl. 1804, p. 79.) 

Diogenes, Antonius. Libri XXIV de in- 

credibllibus quae ultra Thulem insulani sunt. [Lat. et 
Gr.] 6 pp. (Dldot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Erotici script, p. 

507.) 

Diogenes liaertins. De clarorum philos- 
ophorum vitis, dogmatibus, et apophthegma- 
tibus libri decern. Ex Italicis codicibus nunc 
primum excussis recensuit C. Gabr. Cobet. 
Accedunt Olympiodori, Ammonii, lamblichi, 
Porphirii et aliorum vitae Platonis, Aristot- 
elis, Pythagorae, Plotini et Isidori, Ant. 
Westermanno et Marini vita Procli J. F. 
Boissonadio edentibus. Greece et Latine 
cum indicibus. Parisiis, 1862. r. 8°. (Didot, 
A. F., Biblioth. gr.) 3264 

Contents. 

.Slschlnes. Chile. 

AlcmsBOu. Chryslppua. 

Anacharsls. Cleanthes. 

Anaxagoras. Cleobulus. 

Anaxarchua. CUtomachus. 

Anaxlinander. Grantor. 

Anaxlmenos. Crates. 

Antisthenes. Crates. 

Arcosilaus. Orlto. 

Archelaus. Demetrius. 

Archytas. Democrltus. 

Aristippus. Diogenes. 

Arl8tf>. Diogenes ApoUonlates. 

Arlstoteles. Dlonysius. ' 

Bias. Empedocies. 

Ulon. Epicliarmus. 

CnrneadoB. Epicurus. 

Oebes. Eplmonldos. 



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Euclldes. Philolaits. 

Eadoxus. Pittacus. 

Glaucon. Plato. 

Heraclides. Polemo. 

Heraclitus. Protagoras. 

Herillus. Pjrrho. 

Hipparchia. Pythagoras. 

Hippasns. Simias. 

Lacydes. Simou. 

Leuclppus. Socrates. 

Lyco. Solon. 

Helissus. Speusippos. 

Menedemus. Sphsrus. 

Meiiedemus. Stilpo. 

Meaippus. Strato. 

Metrocles. Thales. 

Moulmas. Tbeophrastas. 

Myson. Tlmon. 

Oaeslcritns. Xenocrates. 

Parinenides. Xenophanos. 

Periander. Xenophon. 

Phawlon. Zeuo. 

Pherecydea. Zeoo Eleates. 

Tlie same, tr. into English by C. D. Yonge. 
London, 1853. p. 8°. (Bohn, H. G., Class. 
Ubr.) 

Les vies des plus illustres philosophes de 

Tantiquite, avec leurs dogmes. leurs sys- 
temes, leur morale, et leurs sentences les 
plus remarquables; tr. dugrec. AuxqueUes 
on a ajoute la Tie de lauteur. celles 
d'Epictete. de Ck)nfucius. et leur morale ; et 
un abrege historique de la vie des femmes 
philosophes de Tantiquite. Nouv. ed. avec 
portraits. Amsterdam, 1761. 3 v. 16°. 3816 

QmleaU, 

Alcmton, v. a. H^rille, t. 2. 

Anacharsls, v. 1. Hlpparchle, t. 2. 

Anaxagore. t. 1. Hlppasus. v. 2. 

Anaxarqae. v. 2. Lacydes, v. 1. 

Anaximandre, v. 1. I/euclppe, v. 2. 

Anaxlmene, v. 1. Lycon, t. 1. 

Antlst&ne, v. 2. M^lissus, v. 2. 

Arcfeilaus, v. 1. M^nedeme, v. 1. 

Archelaes, ▼. 1. Mteedeme, ▼. 2. 

Archytas, v. 2, M£nlppe, v. 2. 

Aristlppe, V. 1. Metrocles, t. 2. 

Aristoa, v. 2. Monlme, v. 2. 

Artstote. V. 1. Myson. v. 1. 

Bias. V. 1. Onesicrite, ▼. 2. 

Blon, V. 1. Parmfinide, v. 2. 

Cameade, v. 1. Kriandre. t. 1. 

Cebes. v. 1. Phedon, v. 1. 

Chiton, V. 1. Pherecyde, v. 1. 

O^nsippe, V. 2. PhUolaus, y. 2. 

CiMnttae, v. 2. PJttacus, v. 1. 

Ci^bule, ▼. 1. Platon, v. 1. 

Clitomaqae, v. 1. Polemon, v. 1. 

Grantor, v. 1. Posidonius. v. 2. 

Gratis, v. 2. Protagore, t. 2. 

Gratis, T. 1. Pyrrbon. v. 2. 

Criton, v. 1. Pythagore, v. 2. 

D^miMos, T. 1. Simmlas, v. 1. 

Dimocrlte. ▼. 2. Simon, t. 1. 

Denys. ▼. 2. Socrate. v. 1. 

Diodore, y. 1. Solon, t. 1. 

Dlogine, V. 2. Speusippe, v. 1. 

Dlogine Apollonlate, v. 2. Sphoerus, v. 2. 

Emp6d<>cle, ▼. 2. Stilpon, t. 1. 

Epicharme, v. 2. Straton, v. 1. 

Epicure, v. 2. Thalis. v. 1. 

Epimenide, v. 1. Tb6ophraste, v. 1. 

Eschlnes, v. 1. Timon, ▼. 2. 

EucUde, v. 1. Xenocrate, t. 1. 

Eudoxe, T. 2. Xenophanes, ▼. 2. 

Glaucon, v. 1. Xenophon, ▼. 1. 

Heracllde, t. 1. Zenon. v. 2. 

Hferaclide. v. 2. Zenon, v. 2. 
XoU.— For contents of the Abreg^ de I'hlstolre de la 
vie des femmes philosophes de rautiaulli see Menage. 
Gllles. 

— Vitae et sententiae eorum in philosophia 
probati fuerunt, e Graeco in Latin um trans- 
latae a fratre Ambrosio, ex recens. Bened. 
Brognoli. Venetiis, 1475. sm. fo. W.42 

— Bounet, M. Die Parlser baudsohriften des Laer- 
Uos Diogenes. 13 pp. iBkKinitck. auu. n. s. v. 32. 18TI, 



p. 574.) — ^Nietrscltc, F. Analecta I.aertiana. 13 pp. 
{RheiMUek. auit. n. s. t. 25. 18T0. p. 217.)— De Laertii Dio- 
genls fontibos. 70 pp. {Rkeutisek. auu. n. s. t. 23, 1)«8, 
p. 6:« ; T. 24, 1«69. p. 181.>— Roeper, G. Conjectarea 
au Diogenes Laertias. 86 pp. {fhiloloffut, t. 3, 1843, 
p. 22 : V. 9, 1854, p. 1.)— Zu Laertios Diogenes L 21 pp. 
{Pkilologui, V. 30. ISIO, p. 557.) 

I>i4^ene8 Oenomaaiis. Circa B. C. 404. 

Fragmeuta. [Gr. el Lot.] 3 pp. {Dldot, A. F., BOflioth. 
ffr. PoeL trag. Gr./ragmi. p. 103.) 

IMogno, Dom. A dona Briatiz ... 13 pp. 

iBimiotk. lUerar. vereiiu ut Stmttgarl, v. 26, p. 12.) — 
Trovaw e cantlgua sua. 3 pp. {BibKoth. literar. vertitu 
in Stmitgart, t. 17, p. 158.) 

I>iogno, Velho da chancellaria. Gantig^aa. 

G pp. (Bihlioth. literar. eereuu in StiUlgart, y. 26. p. 462.) 

IHomedes. Artis grammaticae libri m. 

230 pp. (Keil, H., Grammat. Lot. r. 1, p. 297.) 

DiOBDiedes. Vinet. E. Les oiseaax de D., 

conjectures sur un vase peint. 12 pp. (MCev. ardUoL 
1854, p. 321.) 

I>ion. Sententiae. [Gr. et Lot.} 2 pp. 

lOrelll, 3. €., Opusc. Gr. tet. sent. \. 2, p. 190.) 

I>ion Cassins Coeceianns. Circa 155- 
240. Historiarum Romanarum quae super- 
sunt . . . Notas adjecit F. G. Sturzius. [Gr. 
et Lot.] Lipsiae. 1824-43. 9 v. 8°. 2755 

Brevia fiw^ineutaL, Graece cum notitia. 1 p. (Mai, 

A., Spieileg. HotnoM. v. 5, p. 464.)^^uelques ftagnftemte 
pr^sumis In^dlts. [JV. a»d Gr.] 3 pp. {Ree. mrdnloL 
n. s. T. 19, 1869, p. 375.)— Ex Hlstorla R•■uuM^ de 
Gallis. [Gr. el Lot.] 43 pp. (Bouquet, M., See. Utt. 
GauUs, V. 1. p. 487.)— Hlstorlae Roouuiae exoerpta; 
cum anonymi continuatlone usque ad Constautiiiom. 
[Gr. et Lai.] 112 pp. (Mai, A.. ScripL vet. luwa eofbcL 
T. 2, p. 135.; — Libronun perdltoram tragmenta 
Parisiensia. Primus ed. F. Haase. 32 pp. [jBhetmitch. 
wuu. y. 6, 1839, p. 445.) 

Havpt, H. Dio Cassins. 8 pp. (PhOoloffms, y. 39. 

1880, p. 541.)— MonUnes, G. de. Sor Dion Caaslus. 29 
pp. (Berlin. Akad. visseus. iVoBe. mUau 1790-^. p. 489.) 
— Niebolir, B. G. Ergaenzungen des Inbalts elnes 
wlchtigen fragments von Dio Cassias. 16 pp. (Kleiti» 
UsL umdpkiloL tekriftm, pt. 2. p. 241.) 

!Dlon €hrysostoinns. Oirca 30-117. Ora- 
tiones. Recognovit et praefatus est Ludovi- 
cus Dindorfius. [Gr.] Lipsiae, 1857. 2 v. 16°. 

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Contents. AclUUes, y. 2.— De adjuluistratioiie, 
▼. 2 — ^De ««grltii«Uue anlml, y. 1. — De .Sscbjrlo, et 
Sophocle, et Euripide, yel de arcu Pblloctetae, y. 2. — 
A^mmemne yel de regno, y. 2.— Ad Alexwndriitos, 
T. 1. — Ad Apamenses, y. 2. — Atltenls, de fuga, \. 1. 
— De avaritla, y. 1.— Borysthenitica, v. -2. — Celae- 
Bls Phrypl.ie, y. 2.— Charidemn^, v. 1.— Cliryseis, 
▼- 2. — Cly-llls in i)atria, v. 2. — De compotatione, v. 
1 — Coucio in paa-ia, v. 2. — In condone, v. 2. — De 
Concordia, v. 2. — De consnetiidine, v. 2. — De con> 
snitatioue, v. 1. — Corintbiaca, y. 2. — Defemsio, 
y. 2. — Ad Diodomm, y. 2. — Diogenes, yel de senrls, 
T. 1. — Diogenes, vel de tyrannide, y. 1. — Diogenes, 
yel de yirtute, v. 1. — Diogenes, yel Isihmiaca, y. 1. 

— DIspatatio in patria, \. 2. — De dlyitUs, y. 2 

Enboica. yet de canum yenatu, y. 1. — De felicitate, 
V. 1.— De fide, y. 2.— De fortnna, y. 2.— D^ geuio, 
y.l.— De gloria, y. 2 — Gratitndo, v. 2.— De Itabltn, 
y. 2. — De Homero, y. 2. — De Homero et Socrate, 
V. 2.— De tncrednlitate, y. 2.— De invidia, y. 2.— 
De lege, y. 2 — De libertate eorum qui in Cllicia 
sunt, v. 2. — Liibyca uarraUo, y. 1. — Melaneonaas 
prior, y. 1. — Melancomas alter, y. 1. — ^t»mvA, yel 
Deianira, y. 2. — ^Xestor, v. 2. — Ad Xlcomedenses 
de concordla com Nicaensibus, y. 2. — Olympiea, 
vel de prima del cognltione, y. 1. — De exercitationo 
oratoria, y. 1. — De pace et bello, y. 1. — Philocte- 
te«, y. 2. — ^De ubilosopbia, y. 2. — De pbilosopbo, 
T. 2. — De pnlciiritudine, y. 1. — Q,nod feiis sit 
sapiens, y. 1. — De recessn, v. 1. — Recosatlo magi- 
stratus, y. 2. — De regno, y. 1. — De regno et tyran- 
nide. y. 2. — Rbodiaca, y. 1. — De servltntc et 
libertate, y. 1. — De Socrate, y. 2. — De sna anscnl- 
tandi cnpidltate, v. 1.— Tarsica, v. 2.— Tarsica 
altera, y. 2. — Troica d© Ilio uon capt<>, y. 1.— De tw- 
■BHltn, y. 2.— De virtnte, y. 2. 

Epistolae. [Gr. et Lot.] 1 p. (Didot, A..V., Bib- 

liotk. gr. EpistoL Gr. p. 259.) 



DIONYSIAK MYTH 



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DIONYSIUS 



I>iojiysiak myth. The great. Brown, R., 

Jr. 2v. -2264 

Dionysiu^. Paraphrasis librorum III de 

avibus. [Gr. ft Lat.] 20 pp. (Di&ot, A.'F., Biblioth.gr. 
Poet, bucol. et didact. p. 107.) 

I>ioiiysin» [authors of that name). Meurs, 

J. Dioiiysius, slve de auclorlbus Istius uomluis, 
eorumque scriptis. 18 pp. (Opera omnia, v. 5, p. 73, 
and Gronovlus, J., Thes. Gr. anliq. v. 10, p. 577.) 

]>ionysius. Son of Calliphon. Descriptio 

Graeclao. [Gr. et Lat.] 6 pp. {.Didot, A.. Ji\, Bihtidth. 
gr. Geog. Gr. mirt. v. 1, p. 238.) 

]>ionysiiis, St., Pope. —269. Adversus 

SabeUiuntis fragmentuni. 4 pp. (Migiie, ,T. P., i'aOo/. 
s. Lat. V. 5, p. 109.)— Fragment of au epislle or treatise 
against the Sabelllans. 3 pp. (Tertulliauus, VKrihnfifs, 
V. 3, p. 3K5.) 

I>ionysius, St.. the Areopagite. — circa 95. 
Opera omnia qiias exstant, et commentaiii 
quibus illustrantur, studio et opera Baltha- 
Baris Corderii. [Gr. et Lat.} Parisiis, 1857. 
2 V. r. 8°. (Migne, J. P., Patrol, s. Or. v. 3, 
4.) —2213 

Contents. De coRle8<l liierarchla, v. 1 — De dlvi- 
nl8 iiomlnlbns, v. 1. — De ecclesiastica liierar- 
chin, V. 1.— Epistolae, v. 1.— Liiturgia, v. 1.— De 
mystlca thcologia, v. 1. 

Appendix. Excerpta ex Martini Delrio vindiclis 
Areopagltlcis, v. 2. — Martyrium, auct. Dioiiysio 
Giierluo, v. 2. — Areopagitse defenslo adversus Ikse- 
retlcum Calvinistam, v. 2.— P. Halloix de S. Dlo- 
nysli vita et operibus quaestiones quatuor, v. 2. — Vita 
S. Dionysii per P. Halloix, v. 2.— P. Liansselli dis- 
putatio apologetica, v. 2.— Scholia S. Maximi in opera 
beatl Dionysii, v. 2. — Vita et encomium ex Menseis 
Greeds, v. 2. — Martyrium auctore Metliodlo, v. 2. — 
Vita ex Mioeplioro, v. 2. — Pacliyinerae paraphrasis 
in epistolas S. Dionysii, v. 2.— K. P. B. M. de Rubeis 
vindiciSB operum Areopagitlcorum, v. 2. — Vita ex 
Sulda, v. 2. — Vita auctore Symeone Metapliraste, 
V. 2. — Vita auctore Michaele Syngelo, v. 1 — Index 
rerum et verborum, v. 2. 

OEuvres, tr. du grec ; precedees d'uae 

introduction par I'abbe Darboy. Paris, 1845. 
8°. —2204 

Contents. Llvre de la Iiierarclife celeste. — Livre 
de la hl£rarcliie eccl^slastique. — Lettres. — 
Traltfe de la Iheologie mystique. — Llvre des noms 
di-rins. 

— Liber de caelestl hlerarclila ; Liber de ecclesias- 
tica hierarchia; Liber de dlvinls nomlnlbus; Liber 
do mystlca theologla ; Epistolae ; loanne Scoto inter- 
prete. 103 pp. (Migno, J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. v. 122, p. 
1038.)— Fragmenta. [Gr. et Lat.] 2 pp. (Pltra, J. 
B., Spicileg. Solesmenge, v. 1, p. 355.) 

Delrio, M. A. Excerpta ex vlndlcils Areopagltlcis. 

15 pp. (Mlgne, J. P., Patrol, s. Gr. y. 4, p. 953.)— Erl- 
gena, J. 8. Exposltlones super Hierarchias caelestes 
Banctl Dionysii. 102 pp. (Mai, A., Appendix ad opera 
inedi/o.)— Maxlmus, St. Amblguorum liber slve de 
varlls dlfllclUbus locis Dionysii Areopagitae et Gregoril 
Theologl. [Gr.etLat.] 194 pp. (Migne, J. P., Pa<roJ. 
f. Gr. V. 91, p. 1031.)— Scholia in eos Dionysii [Areopa- 
gitae] llbros qui exstant; Scholia In epistolas Dionysii. 
[Gr. el Lat.] 210 pp. (Migne, J. P., Patrol. «. Gr. v. 4, 
p. 13.)— Blonlet, L. Des llvres du Pseudo-Denys 
rAr«opaglte. 139 pp. (Dlonyslus, (Euvres, p. 3.)— 
Vsslier, J., Abp. of Armagh. Dlssertatio de Pseudo- 
DJonysIl scriptis. 24 pp. (Wfto^e ux/rfc.?, v. 12, p. 497.)— 
IVcstcott, B. F. Dlonyslus the Areopagite. 28 pp. 
{Vi.ntemp. Hev. v. 6, 1867, p. 1.) 

— Halloix, P. vita Sanctl DlonysU Areopagitae. 88 
pp. (Mlgno, .1. P., J'alrol. s.Gr.y. i, p.095.)— l.aniioi, 
J. do. Varla de duobus Dlonyells Athenlensi et Pari- 
stenBl 0|)u»cula; Vita Dionysii Aroojuigltae. 201 pp. 
[Opera omnia, v. 2, pt. 1, p. 874.)— Mclliodius, .S7., Pa- 
triarch o/ Cm$laniinopU. Martyrium iKsatl Dionysii 
Areopagitae. [Or. et Lat.] 14 pp. (Mlgue, J. P., /"o- 
UnU $. Or. T. 4, p. M9.)— Symeon (Melaphrantet). Vita, 
et convenaUo Snnoti Dlonysti Areopagitae. [Gr. et 
Lat.] 10 pp. (Mlgne, J. P., Patrol. $. Gr. v. 4, p. 689.) 
— Syncellna, M. Encomium beatl DlonysU Areopa- 
gitae. [Gr. et Lat.] 26 pp. (Mlgne. J. P., Patrol, i. 
Gr. V. 4. p. 617.)— Tranalaflo Sancll DIonyail Are- 
opagit^to. 33 pp. (Frankfort Hoc. .Script, v. 11, p. 843.) 

Dionysliifi, St., Bp. of Alexaiidria. —205. 
Quae Bupersunt operum et epistolarum frag- 



menta. [Gr. et Lot.] (Migne, J. P., Patrol. 
s. Gr. V. 10.) 

Contents. Ex libris de natura adversus Epicureos. 
— Epistolce. — Ex libris II de promissionilbus. — 
Ex libris adversus Sa1t>ellinm. 

Works. (Ante-Nicene Christ. Libr. v. 20.) 

Conlents. Commentary on Ecclesiastes. — From 
the books on nature against the Epicureans. — 
Epistles. — Fragment on Jolin viii. 12. — On the re- 
ception of the lapsed to penitence. — interpreialion 
of the Gospel according to Iiuke. — From tlie two books 
on the promises.- From the books against Sal>el- 
lius. 

Epistola ad Cononem ; Fragmentuni super eodem 

arguir.ento; Analecta e commentario anonyml in Ec- 
clesiasten. [Gr.etLat.] 5 pp. (Pltra, J. B., »S))ia7f<3'. 
Solesmense, v. 1, p. 15.)— Epistolae et fragmenta. 21 
pp. (Migne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. v. 5, p. 89.)— Frag- 
ment of a letter to Pop/e Stephen. 2 pp. (Antt-JSicene 
tVij is/;, iibr. V. 13, p. 399.)— Pragmentum. [Or.] 1 
p. (Mai, A., AxiiCtor. classic, v. 10, p. 484.) 

]>ioiiysiUB (Jacobus Bar-Salibi), Bp. of 

Amida. [Vita.] 56 pp. (ASBemani, G. 8., Bibliotk. orient. 
V. 2, p. 156.) 

IMonysiliS I, Patriarch of the Jacobites. 8 

cent. Annales ab orbe condito. 19 pp. (Assemani, G. S., 
Biblioih. orient, v. 2, p. 98.) 

I>ionysili^ II, Patriarch of the Jacobites. 

[Vita.J Ip. (ABe,ewani,G. S.,Bibliotli,. orient. V. 2, \). 125.) 

l>ioiiysiu^ III, Patriarch of the Jacobites. 

[Vita.J 2 pp. (Assemani, G. S., Biblioih. orient, v. 2, 
p. 131.) 

Dioiiysius V, Patriarch of the Jacobites. 

[Vita.] 2 pp. (Assemani, G. S., Biblioth. orient, v. 2, 
p. 152.) 

I>ionysi(iS, Monk of Fourna. Manuel d 'icon- 
ographie chretienne grecque et latine, avec 
une introduction et des notes par M. Didron. 
Tr. du manuscrit byzantin, le Guide de la 
peinture, par le Dr. Paul Durand. Paris, 
1845. 8°. —1714 

DionysiilS, of Antioch. 5 cent. Epistolae. 

\Gr. et Lat.] 15 pp. (Dldot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Epislol. 
Gr. p. 260.) 

Dioiiysius, of Argos. Fragmenta. [Gr. et 

Lat.] ' 4 pp. (Dldot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. hist. Gr. 
V. 3, p. 24.) 

I>ioiiysius, of Byzantium. 2 cent. Anaplus 

Bosporl [fragmeutiimj. [Gr. et Lat.] [Accedlt] Petri 
Gyllil de Bosporo Thracio llbrl tres. [Lat.] 158 pp. 
(Dldot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Geug. Gr. min. v. 2, p. I.) 

Mueller, C. Dionyslos von Byzanz. 24 pp. LPhilolo- 

gus, V. 37, 1877, p. 65.) ^^ 

Dionysius, of Halicamassus. Circa B. O. 
78-7. Eoman antiquities, tr. into English ; 
vt'ith notes and dissertations, by Edward 
Spelman. London, 1758. 4 v. 4°. 1782 

ActVapxos. 48 pp. (Kelske, J. J., Orat. Gr. v. 8, p. 407.) 

— De Gallis. [Gr.etLat.] 2 pp. (Bouquet, M.,ieec. /us*. 
Ga«7es, V. 1, p. 368.)— Ex Historia. [Gr.etLat.] 12 pp. 
(Dldot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. hist.Gr. v. 2, p. xxxl.) 
— Fragmentum ex Ilistoriae libro XX. [Gr. et Lat.] 5 
pp. (Dldot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. With Josephus, Opera, v. 
2.)— lo-alos. 70 pp. (Reiske, J. J., Orat. Gr. v. 7, p. 300.) 
— Romauarum antlquitatum excerpta a libro XII 
usque ad XX. [Gr.etLat.] 62 pp. {Ue,l, A., Script, ret. 
nova collect, v. 2, p. 466.) 

Boivln, L. Chronologle de D. 12 pp. (Inst, de 

France, Acatl. Inscript. Hist. v. 2, 1736, p. 373.)— Explica- 
tion d'un endrolt difficile de D. 11 pp. (Inst, de 
France, Acad. Inscript. Hist. v. 2, 1736, p. 319.)— Cap- 
peronnler, J. Observations sur I'ouvrage de D. . . . 
de I'excellonce de I'^locution de Dfimosthdne. 29 pp. 
(Inst, de France, Acad. Inscript. Hist. v. 24, 1756, p. 1.) — 
Couture, J. B. Dissertation sur un endrolt du second 
Llvr^ de D. 15 pp. (Inst, de France, Acad. Inscript. 
Hist. V. 4, 1746, p. 673.)— Fuhr, K. Isokrates und D. 39 
pp. [Kheinisch. mus. n. s. v. 33, 1878, p. 325.)— Jacoljy, 
C. Die griechlscheu hlstorlker der spaeteron zelt. 
Dlonyslus von Halikarnass. 87 pp. {Philologus, v. 36, 
1877, pp. 129, 628; v. 37, 1877, p. 325.)— Observatlones 
crttlcae in Dionysii Hallcarnassensls Antlqultales Ro- 
niauas. 56 pp. (Leipzig. Soc. phllol. .4c<a, v. 1, 1871. p. 
287.)— KleszllnK, A. Zu den rhetorlschen schrlften 
des D. 7 pp. {Ktieinisch. mus. n. s. v. 23, 1868, p. 248.)— 



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Blorawski, C. De Dlonysii et CaecIIii studiis rhetnr- 
icis. 7 pp. {Rheiniich. mus. n. a. v. »1, 1879, p. 370.) — 
Kltzscli, K. W. Quellenanalyse von Llvlus II, I-IV, 
8, uud Diouysius Hallcarnassensis, V, I-XI, 63. 122 pp. 
(Khnnisch. mus. n. s. v. 23, 1H68, p. 600; v. 24, 1869, p. 145; 
V. 25, 1870, p. 75.) — Peter, C. Dionysius von Halikar- 
nass und Liviiis. 48 pp. (Rheinisch. mus. n. s. v. 29, 1874, 
p. 513.)— Petit-Radel, L. C. F. Defeuse de I'autor- 
Ite de D. sur I'epoque de la colonic d'Enotrus. 41 pp. 
(Inst, de France, AcaJ. Jnscript. JUim. v. 5, 1J<21, p. 222.) 
— Exanieu de la veracite de D. 50 pp. (Inst, de France, 
Acad. Jnscript. Mim. v. 5, 1821, p. 143.J— Sehoell, F. Ad 
Dionvsll Halicanjassensisscriptarhetorica. Ip. (Leip- 
zig. Soc. pllilol. Acta, V. 5, 1875, p. 2S)6.) 

]>ionysiu8, of Miletus. 2 cent. Fragmenta. 

[Gr. et Lai.] 3 pp. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. 
hist.Gr. V. 2, p. 5.) 

t^ionjsiUfi, of MytUene. 1 cent. Fragmenta. 

[Gr. it Lat.] 3 pp. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. 
hist. Gr. V. 2, p. 7.) 

]>iony sius, of Rhodes, or Samos. Fragmenta. 

[Gr. et Lat.] 3 pp. (Didot, A. T., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. hist. 
Gr. V. 2, p. 9.) 

I>ionysiiis, of Sinope. Circa B. C. 350. 

Fragmenta. [Gr. et Lat.] 4 pp. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. 
gr. Poet, cnmic. p. 594.) 

iDionysius, the Elder., Tyrant of Syracuse. 

area B.C. 431-367. Fragmenta. [Gr. et Lat.] 4 pp. 
(Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Poet. trag.Gr. fragm. p. 108.) 

I>ioiiysius, the Thradan. Circa B. C. 80. 
Grammatica, [cum] Choerobosci, Diomedis, 
Melampodis, Porphyrii, Stephani in earn 
scholia. [Gr.] [Berolini, 1816.] 8°. (Bekker, 
I. , Anecdota Gr. v. 2. ) 

Fragmenta. 1 p. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. 

hist.Gr. V.3, p.l89.)— Grammalre, tir6e des deux MSS 
armeniens de la Bibliotb^que du roi, pub. en grec, en 
armfinien, et en fran^ais, et precMees de considera- 
tions generates sur la formations progressive de la 
science glossologlque chez les ancieus, et de quelques 
details historiques . . . par M. Cirbled. 125 pp. (.Soc. 
roy. des antiq. de France, iltm. v. 6, 1824, p. v.) 

Scbnildt, M. Dionys der Thraker. 57 pp. [PUlolo- 

gus, V.7, 1852, p. 360; v. 8, 185:i, pp. 231, 510.)— Waclis- 
mntb, C. Handschriftliche mittheilungen zu den 
scholien des D. 15 pp. (Rheinisch. mus. n. a. \. 20, 1S65, 
p. 375.) 

I>iohysins, the Younger, Tyrant of Syracuse. 

B. C. by7-;j56. Fragmenta. [Gr.] 1 p. (Bergk.T., i^o«<. 
lyr. Gr. v. 2, p. 638.) 

Sionysins Chalcus. Circa B. C. 444. 

Fragmenta. [Gr.] 3 pp. (Bergk, T., Po</. Zyr.Cr. v. 2, 

p. 587.) 

I>lonysiliS Exiguus. 6 cent. Opera omnia. 
(Migne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. v. 67.) 

Contents. Code.x canonnni ecclesiae nniversae. 
— Codex canonnm ecclesiasticornin. — CoUecUo 
decretornni pontlficiim Ronianorum. — Inter- 
pretallo eplstolae S. Procli ad Arnieuios.— Historia 
inventionis capitis S. Joaniils BapHstae.— Epistola 
S. Cyrilli Alexandrini contra Nestorlum a Diouysio 
translata. — Translatio libri S. Grcgorii Nysseni de 
opificio homiuiii.— Epistolse duae de ratione pas- 
cnte. — Cyclus pagclialis prsecedeute ipsius historia. 

Kpistola ad Eugipium presbyterum. 4 pp. (Mabil- 

lon, J., Vet. analect. p. 59.) 

Dionysins lambtis. Hermann, J. G. J. De 

hymnis Dionysii et Mesomedis. 9 pp. ( Omtseula, v. 8, 
p. 343.) 

Dionysius Periegetes. 4 cent. Orbis de- 
scriptio. [Gr. et Lot.] [Accedimt] Eufi Festi 
Avieni descriptio orbis terrae, et Prisciani 
periegesis, [paraphrases Lat.] ; Eustathii 
commentarii [Gr. et Lat.] ; Paraphrasis [Gr.] ; 
Scholia [Gr.] ; et Nicephori Blemmidae geo- 
graphia synoptica [Gr.] [Parisiis, 1816.] r. 
8°. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Geog. Gr. min. 
V. 2.) 

[De Gallia. Gr. et Lot.] 2 pp. (Bouquet, M., Rec. 

hist.Gaules, v. 1, p. 90.) 

-— Rnebl, F. Dionyelos Periegetes. 1 pp. [Rheinisch. 
mus. n. 3. v. 29, 1874, p. 81.) 



l>ionysiiis Tdmaretisis. Ex chronico Sy- 

riaco tragmeutum. 1 p. [Mai, A., ;Spicileg. Roman.v. 10, 

p. 224.) 

I>ionysoclorns, of Boeotia. Circa B. C. 330. 

Fragiueuta. 1 p. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. lust. 
Gr. V. 2, p. 84.) 

Dionysos or Dionysus. See Bacchus. 
Diopliantiiie analysis. La Grange, J. L. 

de. Sur quelques probierues de I'analyse de Dio- 
phante. 15 pp. (Berlin. Akad. wissens. Noun. mem. 1777, 

p. 140.) 

Dioptrieae. Euler, L. 3 v. —2493 

Dioptrics. See Optics. 

I>ios€Orides. 4 cent. B. C. Fragmenta. 

f Gr. et Lat.] 5 pp. (Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Fragm. hist. 
Gr. V. 2, p. 192.) 

Dioscorides Pedanius. 1 cent. De materia 
medica libri V. Ad fidem codicum manu- 
scriptorum . . . textum recensuit. varias ad- 
didit lectiones, interpretationem emendavit, 
commentario illustravit Curtius Sprengel, 
Lipsiae, 1829-30. 2 v. 8°. (Kuehn, C. G., 
Med. Gr. opera, v. 25, 26.) 

De Gallia. [Gr. et Lot.] 2 pp. (Bouquet, M., Rec. 

hist. Gaules, v. 1, p. 683.) 

I>ios€oru8. 5 cent. Epistola ad S. Augus- 

tinum. 10 pp. (Migne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. v. 33, p. 431.) 

Dioscorus (Bar-Kainaeus), Primate of the 

Jacohitei. [Notitia.] 1 p. (Assemani, G. S., Biblioth. 
orient, v. 2, p. 463.) 

I>ioscorus (Gabriel), Bp. of Gozarta-Car- 

dou. [Notitia.] 1 p. (Assemaul, G. S., Biblioth. orient. 
V. 2, p. 463.) 

Dioscuri. Bergk, T. Alkmans hymnus auf 

die Dioskuren. 16 pp. [Philologus, v. 22, 1865, p. 1.)— 
Lloyd, W. W. Triptolemus and the Dioscuri; The 
Dioscuri at Amyclae. 48 pp. 3 pi. (Eoyal Soc. of lit. 
Trans. 2 s. v. 4, 1863, pp. 261, 289.)— Slommsen, A. Die 
Dioskuren. 9 pp. (Philologus, \. 11, 1856, p. 706.)— If ew- 
ton, 0. T. The Dioscuri on a Rhodian vase. 4 pp. 
(Boyal Soc. of lit. Trans. 2 s. v. 9, 1870, p. 434.) 
See also Castor. — Pollux. 

Diospolis (Lydda), Palestine. Belley, A. 

Observations sur les medailles des villes de Diospolis 
et d'Eleutheropolis. 11 pp. (Inst, de France, Accui. In- 
script. Hist. v. 26, 1759, p. 429.) 

Dioxippns. Circa 3 cent. B. C. Fragmenta. 

[ Gr. et Lat.] 2 pp. pidot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Poet, comic. 
p. 7lW.) 

]>ip]iillis, of Sinope. Circa B. C. 310. Frag- 
menta. [Gr. et Lat.] 25 pp. [Berg^.T., Poet. lyr. Gr. 
V. 2, p. 789; Didot, A. F., Biblioth. gr. Poet, comic, p. SSQ.) 
— Fragniena. 3 pp. (Brumoy, P., Theatre des Grecs, v. 
16, p. 258.) 

Diphtheria. Bretonxeatj, P., and others. 
Memoirs on diphtheria. 1859. (New Syden- 
ham Soc. V. 3. ) 

Johnsoii, A. H. Diphtheria in Salem. 7 pp. (Mass. 

Board of Health, 8 Report, 1877, p. 445.)— Nickerson, 
F. Diphtheria in Lowell. 8 pp. (Mass. Board of Health, 
8 Report, 1877, p. 4.51.)— Jfoel, H. R. Sewer-gas as a 
cause of diphtheria, membranous croup, and typho- 
malarlal diseases. 6 pp. {.Km. Pub. Health Assoc. Re- 
ports, V. 2, p. 362.]— Pinlclxam, J. G. Diphtheria iu 
Lynn. 8 pp. (Mass. Board of Health, 8 Report, 1877, p. 
437.)— Senator, H. Synanche contagiosa (Diphtheria). 
51 pp. ( Clinical lectures on medicine. jVeio Sydenham Soc. 
2 s. p. 403.) 

Diphthongs. Foerstemann, E. Althoch- 

deutscher diphthong oa. 19 pp. [Zeits. f. rergleich. 
sprachforsch. v. 1, 1852, p. 234; v. 9, 1860, p. 217.)— Diph- 
thonge im verbruederungsbuch von St. Peter zu Salz- 
burg. 14 pp. {Zeits. f. vergleieh. sprachforsch. \. 2, \%53, 
p. 337.) — Grimm, 3. L. K. Diphthonge uach wegge- 
fallnen cousonauten. 64 pp. (Berlin. Akad. wissens. 
Phil. hist, classe Abhandl. 1845, p. 181.) 

Diplomacy. 

Adair, Sir R. Negotiations for the peace 
of the Dardanelles, in 1808-9. 1845. 2 v. 

Baschet, a. La diplomatic venitienne. 

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■ Diplomatic correspondence of the United 

States of America, from 10 September, 1783 
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Diplomatic sketches. 1878-79, 3 v. 

DuMONT, J. Corps universel diplomat- 
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Elliot, J. The American diplomatic 

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Flassan, G. des R., Comte de. Histoire 

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■ Hill, R. Diplomatic correspondence. 

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Letters and memorials which have lately 

passed between the ministers of the courts 
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Lyman, T., Jr. Diplomacy of the United 

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Martens, C. de. Le guide diplomatique. 

1866, 3v. in 1. 

■ Meisel, a. H. Cours de style diplomat- 
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Ortolan, J. F. T. Regies Internationales 

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Parish, H. H. Diplomatic history of 

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Smyth, Mrs. G. Romance of diplomacy. 

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— — Sparks, J. Diplomatic correspondence 
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Trescot, W. H. Diplomacy of the revo- 
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■ Diplomatic history of the administra- 
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Webster, D. Diplomatic and official 

papers, while Secretary of state. 1848. 

Wicquefort, a. de. The embassador 

and his functions. 1716. 

Adams, O.K. French and German diplomacy after 

Sadowa. 41 pp. (A^. Am. Rev. v. 113, 1871, p. 374.)— 
American diplomacy. 8 pp. {Fraser's Mag. v. 48, 
1H53, p. 209.)— American diplomacy In tlie east. 
11 pp. (Blackwood' i Mtig. v. vn, 1H77, p. 466.)— Con- 
■tantlnus VII, Flavlus Pori)hyrogenltus, Eviptror 
vf the Eatt. Excerpta de legatlonlbus. [Or. et Lat.} 
14 pp. (MlRUC. J. P., Patrol. «. Or. v. 113, p. 605.)— 
Dana, K. H. Jr. Sketch of American diplomacy. 6 
pp. [Scrilme.r'i MimlUy, v. 20, 1880, p. 616.)— Diplo- 
matic reform. 29 pp. [Bnl. Quart. Rev. v. 5, 1847, 
p. \; Wettm. Rev. v. M, 1861, p. 173.)— Diplomatic 
secrecy. 11 pp. iWttlm. Rev. y. 21, 1834, p. 484.)— 
Diplomatic service. 24 pp. [Bdin. Rev. v. 139, 
1874, p. 68.)— English diplomacy. 8pp. (Blackwood's 
Mag. V. 122, 1877, p. 6«.)— Fyfe, J. H. Modern dlplo- 
tnficy. 9 pp. {MaemUUm't Mag. v. 36, 1877, p. 238.)— 
Gacluurd, L. P. Les monumentA de la diplomatie 
vfinltlenni;, coii8ld«r*B sous le point do vue do I'hlB- 
tolre modorno on g^n^ral, et do rhlntolre de la Hel- 
gtuue en partlcullor. 112 pp. (BruuHolH Acad. Nouv. 
nUm. V. 27, 185.1.)- II orne, T. H. Diplomacy. 46 pp. 
(WilhPn\»on, A.. Priw.iplm of the law o/ nations, p. 81.) — 
Ijclbnlts, O. W. DiHctertiitlonnH II de actorum t>ubll- 
corum tiHU, n,U\\\n de prlnclpllH jiirltt uatiirao ot gen- 
tlum. 42 pp. {0]>era omnia, v. 4, p. 287.)— Lliivln, L. 



Vaine flctlou de la responsibility des fonctionnaires. 
11 pp. (Rev. cnntemp. 1867, v. 6, p. 569.)— Ottley, H. 
Notes on diplomacy and diplomatic history. 84 pp. 
(Fraser's Mag. v. 70, pp. 135, 331, 482, 781.)— Our for- 
eign ministers. 13 pp. (Dem. Rev. v. 31, 1852, p. 
420.) — Portfolio, The. a collection of state papers, v. 
V, No. 38. 72 pp. (Bound with Authentic narrative of 
Mr. Kemble's retirement from the stage.) — Rise and 
progress of diplomacy. 28 pp. (Westm. Ren. n. s. v. 
6, 18.54, p. 506.)— Tuclterman, H. T. American diplo- 
macy. 11 pp. (Atlant. MonllUi/, v. 22, 1863, p. 348.) 

See also Anibassadors. — Ijaiv. — International 
law. — Treaties. — Vienna, Congress of. 

Diplomacy of the revolution. Trescot, W. 

H. 1658 

Diplomacy of the United States. Lyman, 

T.,Jr. 2v. —1347 

Diplomata abbatiam Chomburgensem, 

propo Halam Svevorum sitam, concernenlia, ab anno 
1110 quo f undata est, ad annum 1480. 77 pp. (Mencko, 
J. B., Script, rerum Germanic, v. 1, p. 379.) 

Diplomata ad ecclcsiam et monaster- 

ium Sancil Thomae de Paraclito in Esliilsoe et coeno- 
bium Sanctorum Thomae et Wilhelmi In Ebbelholt 
pertinentla. 87 pp. (Langebeck, J., and Suhm, P. F., 
Script, rerum Danic. v. 6, p. 132.) 

Diplomata ad liistoriam Ingeburgae 

reginae. 53 pp. (Langebeck, J., and Suhm, P. F., 
Script, rerum Danic. v. 6, p. 80.) 

Diplomata ad monasterium Loci Dei 

pertinentla, ab 1173 ad 1578. 258 pp. (Langebeck, J., 
and Suhm, P. F., Script, rerum Danic. v. 8, p. 1.) 

Diplomata Bremensia XYII anecdota, 

pleraque potissimum e chronlco Bremensi majorl 
dlalecto Saxoirtca duobus voluminibus couscripto sed 
nondum edito, decerpta. 15 pp. (Mencke, J.B., Script, 
rerum Germanic, v. 1, p. 583.) 

Diplomata ecclesiastica selecta re- 
gum Laugobardorum vel sub eorum dltione confecta. 
49 pp. (Migne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lat., v. 87, p. 1347.) 

Diplomata Ganderstaeiinensia, aut 

ex lis excerpta. 10 pp. (Leibnitz, G. W., Script, rerum, 
Brunsvic. v. 2, p. 371.) 

Diplomata monasterii Oldeslebensis 

197. 31 pp. (Mencke, J. B., Script, rerum Germanic, v. 
1, p. 613.) 

Diplomata resnm Francorum primae 

stirpiB. 104 pp. (Bouquet, M., Rec. hist. Gaules, v. 4, 
p. 615.) 

Diplomata varia Misiiiae et Thurin- 

giae monasteria concernenlia, aiiaque notatu dlgna 
. . . Accessere Conradi Marchionis diplomata duo, 
seu donatioues sancto sepulchre et hospitall Hieroso- 
lymltano factae, ut et composltiones aliquot prin- 
clpum, ex quibus inter alia auctoritas Wilhelmi Duels 
Saxonlae patet. 25 pp. (Mencke, J. B., Script, rerum: 
Germanic, v. 1, p. 763.) 

Diplomataria et scriptores historiae Ger- 
•cnanicae. Schoettgen, C. 3 v. 3681 

Diplomatarium i^iiecanum. Liljegren, 
J. G., and Hildebrnnd, B. E. 5 v. 3653 

Diplomatic bliiiidcrbiiss. The. Cob- 

bett, W. Porcupine's works, v. 4, p. 137. 

Diplomatic correspondence. Hill, R. 

2 V. 2553 

Diplomatic correspondence of the 

American^revolution. Sparks, J. 12 v. 1645 
Diplomatic correspondence of the 

United States of America, from the signing 
of the definitive treatj^ of peace, 10 Septem- 
ber, 1783, to the adoption of the constitution, 
March 4, 1789. Washington, 1833-34. 7 v. 
8°. (Rev. of in Am. Quart. Bev. v. 16, 1834, 
p. 116 ; N. Am. Bev. v. 39, 1834, p. 802.) 

—3355 

Diplomatic history of Greece. .Parish, 
H. II. 2735 

Diplomatic sketches. By "An outsider." 
London, 1878-79. 3 v. 8°. ^1355 



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De re diplomatica. 1789, 

Dictionnaire raisonne de 
1846. (Migne, J. 



Contents. Beast, O^unt, v. 1.— Buelow^ and the 

Danish question, v. 2.— Gladstone on the Greek ques- 
tion, V. 3. 

Diplomatics. 

Mabillon, J. 
2v. 

QUANTIN, M. 

diplomatique chretienne. 
P., Encyc. theol. v. 47.) 

Vaines, F. J. de. Dictionnaire raisonne 

de diplomatique. 1774. 2 v. 

Cliegqiiiere, ( — ). Mfimoire sur I'authentlcite d'un 

diplome, que Miraeus u'a point connu. 30 pp. (Brus- 
sels Acad. Mtm. y. 4, 1783, p. 375.)— Gatterer, 3. C. 
Commentatlo de diplomatil>us conflrmatlonls. 59 pp. 
(Goettingen, K. gesells. wissens. Hist. pMlol. JH'oe. Com- 
ment. V. 7, 1776, p. 48.) — De methodo aetatls codlcum 
MSS deflniendae. 37 pp. 7 pi. (Goettingen, K. gt^sells. 
wissens. Hist, philol. Comment, v. 8, 1787, p. 85.) — IStlar- 
fulpbe, Formularum libri duo. 28 pp. (Migne, J. P., 
Patrol, s. Lat. v. 87, p. 693.)— 3Iiiratori, L. K. De diplo- 
inatis et chartls antiquis dubiis aut lalsis. 42 pp. (/n his 
Antiq. Ital. v. 3, p. 1.) — Renss, J. D. Diplomata et ars 
diplomatica. 2 pp. (/n fcwEepertorium commentation- 
uni, V. 8, p. 111.)— Smith, W. Introduction to the art of 
decyphering. 42 pp. (In his Natural history of Nevis, 
p. 2.53.J — Spelnutn, Sir H. Antient deeds and char- 
ters. 24 pp. (English works, p. 233.)— Wellhiauseii, 
J. TJeber die kellentzlllerung. 23 pp. [Rheinisch. mits. 
11. 8. V. 31, 1876. p. 153.) 

See also Abbreviations. — Alphabet.— Illnml- 
nation. — Manuscripts. — Papyrus. — Writing. 

Diploiuatie fran<;aise, Histoire generale 
de la. Flassan, G. des R., Comte de. 7 v. 

—1346 
Diplomatie T^nitieiine, La. Baschet, 

A. —1315 
I>iploinatists of Europe. Capefigue. J. 

B. H. R. 3827 
Bipcenns. Nicard, P. Dipoenus et Scyllis, 

sculpteurs cretois. 145 pp. (Soc. roy. des antiq. de 
France, J/e'm. v. 38, 1877, p. 131.) 

I>iporti, I. Parabosco, G. 1293 

I>ippold, George Theodore. The great epics 

of mediaeval Germany. An outline of their 

contents and history. Boston, 1882. 16°. 2347 
I>iptera. 

Blanchard, E. Histoire natnreUe des 

dipteres. 1851. 
Heyden, C. and L. von. Kaefer und 

poly^jen aus der braunkohle des Siebenge- 

birges. Dipteren-larve. 1866. 

LOEW, H. Monographs of the diptera of 

North America. Parts I, II, III. (Smith- 
son. Inst. Misc. coll. v. 6, 11, 1862, 1864, 1873.) 

LowNE, B. T. Anatomy and physiology 

of the blow-fly. 1870. 

Macquart, J. Histoire naturelle des in- 

sectes : dipteres. 1834-35, 2 v. [Suites a 
Buff on. ) 

OSTEN Sacken. C. R.. Bar(m von. Cata- 
logue of tlie described diptera of North Am- 
erica. (Smithson. Inst. Misc. coll. v. 16, 
1878.) 

Monographs of the diptera of North 

America. Part IV. (Smithson. Inst. Misc. 
coll. V. 8, 1869.) 

ScHiNER, J. R. Diptera der Novara reise. 

1868. 

Walker, F. List of the specimens of 

dipterous insects in the collection of the 
British Museum. 1848-55, 7 pts. in 3 v. 

Weismann, a. Entwicklung der dipte- 

ren. 1864. 

Bmll^, A. Dipteres. 37 pp. (Ezped. set. de MorSe, 

V. 3, p. 'iMy.i- Osten Sacken, C. K., Baron von. Cat- 
alogue of the described diptera of North America. 95 



pp. (Smithson. Inst. Misc. coll. v. 3.) — "Western diptera. 
165 pp. (Hayden, F. V., U. S. Geol. Surv. Bullet, v. 3, 
1877, p. 189.) 

Diptych. By the author of ' Consolations. ' 

15 pp. [Fraser's Mag. n. s. v. 24, 1881, p. 42.) 

Dircks, Henry, LL. Z). 1806—. Biographi- 
cal memoir of Samuel Hartlib, Milton's fa- 
miliar friend *, with biographical notices of 
works pub. by him ; and a reprint of his 
pamphlet, entitled "' An invention of engines 
of motion." London, n. d. 12°. 4835 

Life, times, and scientific labours of the 

2 Marquis of Worcester. To which is added, 
a reprint of his Century of inventions, 1663, 
with a commentary thereon. London, 1865. 
8°. 4872 

Perpetuum mobile ; or, search for self- 
motive power, during the 17. 18, and 19 cen- 
turies . . . With an introductory essay. 
London, 1861. 12°. —3737 

Perpetuum mobile ; or, a history of the 

search for self-motive power, from the 13 to 
the 19 century. With an introductory essay. 
2 s. London, 1870. 12°. —3737 

Inventors and inventions. 27 pp. (Rev. of in 

Westm. Rev. n. s. v. 36, 1869, p. 122.) 

Directions for collecting, preserving, 

and transporting specimens of natural history. Pre- 
pared for the use of the Smithsonian Institution. 
Washington, 1859. 8°. (Smithson. Inst. Misc. coll. v. 2.) 

Directions to servants. Swift, J. Works, 

V. 12, p. 383. 

Directoire, Histoire secrete du. Fabre de 
I'Aude, J. P. [Attrilntfed to.] 1685 

Directoire de la R^publiqne fran- 
gaise, Histoire du. Barante, A. G. P. B.. 
Baron de. 3 v. 1674 

Director, The. Dibdin, T. F. 2 v. W.88 

Directories. 

Adams, G. Charlestown directory, 1856. 

Lawrence directory, 1857. 

Sampson (— ) & Co. Fall River direc- 
tory, 1861. 

Roxbury directory, 1858. 

American college directory, n. d. 

Campbell. J. P. Southern business direc- 
tory. 1854. 2 V. in 1. 

Challen. H. Publisher's and stationer's 

trade list directory, 1869. 

Commercial directory, containing a topo- 
graphical description ... of different sec- 
tions of the Union, 1823. 

DiNGMAN, J. H. Directory of booksellers, 

stationers, 1870. 

Disturnell, J. Classified mercantile 

directory for New York and Brooklyn, 1837. 
[With his New York as it is in 1837.) 

Fry, W. Baltimore directory, 1810, '12. 

2 V. 

Hawes, G. W. Maryland state gazetteer 

and business directory, 1867-68. 

Hellier, H. R., Cross, E. M. and Co. 

Baltimore city business directory. 1863-64. 

Hunter, A. Washington and Georgetovra 

directory, 1833. 

IvEY, G. J. The club directory, 1879. 

Keen AN, C. Baltimore directory, 1822-23. 

Matchett, R, J. Baltimore directory, 

1816, '19, -24, '27, "29, "35-36, "37-38, '40-41, 
'49-50, '51, '55-56. 11 v. 

Mitchell, C. and Co. Newspaper press 

directory, 1868. 



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Mltllin, J. Baltimore directory, 1799. 

RowELL, G. P. & Co. American news- 
paper directory, 1873, 1876. 

Stewart, W. H., and others. Baltimore 

directory, 1845. 

Thompson, ( — ) and Walker, (— ). Bal- 
timore town and Fell's Point directory, 1796. 

Waite. E. Washington directory, 1850. 

Wilson, H. Business directory of New 

York city, 1853. 

Wingate, J. Maryland register, 1856-57, 

1860-61. 2 V. 

Woods, J. W. Baltimore city directory, 

1856-59. *64-68, '70-83. 19 v. 
iDirectoriiim Aiiglicanum. 8 ed. Ed. 

by Kev. F. G. Lee. 10 pp. (Rev. ol in Dublin Rev. n. s. 
V. 8, 1867, p. 155.) 

I>ircctoriuiu asccticum. Scaramelli, 
G. B. 3 V. —4216 

Hircctorium inquisitoriiin. Evmeri- 
cus, N. —3292 

Directory for family worship, ap- 
proved by the General Assembly of the 
Church of Scotland. See Confession of faith. 

Directory for the piiblick worship 
of God, agreed upon by the assembly of 
divines at Westminster. See Confession of 
faith. 

Direito internacional privado. Bueno, 
J. A. P. —1355 

Dirge, A, 8 pp. [Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 50, 

1857, p. 406.) 

Dirt and pictures separated. Merritt, H. 

Art criticism and romance, v. 1, p. 67. 

Disagreeable people. Concerning. Boyd, 

A. K. U. 16 pp. [Fraser's Mag. v. 66, 1862, p. 173; and 
in his Ever y-day philosopher, p. 119.) 

Disappoiiitinent and success. Concerning. 

Boyd, A. K. H. '20 pp. (Fraser's Mag. v. 61, 1860, p. 1; 
and In his Recreations of a country parson, 2 8. p. 19.) 

Disasters. Davenport, R. A. Narratives 
of peril and suffering. 1862, 2 v. 

Lloyd, J. T. Steamboat directory, and 

disasters on the western waters. 1856. 

De Foe, D. The storm, or a collection of the most 

remarkable . . . disasters which happened In the late 
dreadful tempest. 173 pp. [Novels and miscel. works, v. 
6, p. 249.) 

See also Fires.— Floods.— Sliipvrrecks. 

Disasters of three days. 11 pp. {Fra- 
ser's Mag. V. 7, 1833, p. 292.) 

Discipline in American colleges. McCosh, 

.1. i:i I'P- (AT. j4ni. iieu. V. 126, 1878, p. 428.) 

Discipline of the yearly meeting of Friends, 
held in Baltimore. Pr. by direction of the 
meeting held in the year" 1806. Baltimore, 
n. d. 12°. —4247 

Discipline of Valerie Gore. 25 pp. (i>M6- 

lin Univ. Mag. v. 66, 1865, pp. 680, 651.) 

Discord. Gumey, E. On discord. 14 pp. 

(iWinfi, V. 4, 187H. p. 22.) 

Discount. Rate of discount. 19 pp. (Black- 

wood't Mag. v. 114, 1873, p. 92.) 

Discours acad<!'niiques. Guizot, F. P. 

J- 1256 

Discours a<'ad6niiques. Mauportuis, P. 

L. M. do. fJ-.'ui/e*. V. 3, p. •2.')7. 

Discours de la I^tuiterne aux Parisiens. 

Dotmioullno, C (Kuprti, v. 1, p. 133. 

Discourses and defence of arms and 

iirniory. Waterhous. E. 2777 

]>iH<'Oiirs<% Art of. Day, H. N. —2155 

Discourse concerning liturgies. Owen, J. 

Wurkt, V. 19, p. SttB. 



Discourse of church government. Potter, 

J. —1245 

Discourse of English poetrie, 1586. Webbe, 

W. [Arber, E., i^wgr. repn'wfs.] 
Discourse of free-thinking, Collins, A. 

—4224 
Discourse of the warr in Lancashire. 

Robinson, E. 2535 

Discourse on the grounds and reasons 

of the Christian religion. Collins, A. — 4236 
Discourse on the way of instruction by 

cateclilaiiis. Watts, I. Works, v. 5, p. 200. 

Discourses and letters on a sober and 
temperate life. Cornaro, L. — 1448 

Discourses on architecture. Viollet-le-Duc, 
E. E. —1774 

Discourses on Davila. Adams, J. Works. 

V. 6, p. 221. 

Discourses on the origin, etc., of the Sab- 
bath. Reese, L. R. —4225 

Discourses on various occasions. Loyson, 
C. (Father HyacAntlie). — 4235 

Discourses upon trade. North, Sir D. 

—2393 

Discoverers. American Nepos; a collection 
of the lives of . . . men, who have contributed 
to the discovery ... of America. 1806. 

TiMBS, J. Stories of inventors and dis- 
coverers. 1863. 

How the world treats discoverers. 10 pp. {Black- 

wood's Mag. v. 90, 1861, p. 545.) 

See also Discoveries. — Voyages and travels. 
History. 

Discoverie of certaine errours published 

in . . . the Britannia, 1594. Brooke, R. 1576 
Discoverie of the sect of the Banians. Lord, 

H. —2284 

Discoverie of the true causes why Ireland 

was never entirely subdued. Davies, Sir J. 

2577 
Discoveries [in geography). 

Burney, J. Chronological history of the 

discoveries in the South sea or Paciiic ocean. 

1803-17, 5 V. 
— - CooLEY, W. D. History of maritime and 

inland discovery. 1830-31, 3 v. (Lardner, 

D., Cab. Cyc.) 

COXE, W. Account of the Russian dis- 
coveries between Asia and America. 1780. 

FORSTER, J. R. History of the voyages 

and discoveries made in the north. 1786. 

Galvano, a. Discoveries of the world, 

from their first original unto 1555. 1862. 

The same. (Osborne, T., Voyages, v. 2.) 

Goodrich. F. B. Man upon the sea, or a 

history of maritime adventure, exploration, 
and discovery. 1858. 

Irving, W. Voyages and discoveries of 

the companions of Columbus. 1861. [Works, 
V. 5.) 

Stevenson, W. Historical sketch of the 

progress of discovery. 1824. (Kerr, R., 
Voyages, v. 18.) 

Buaclie, J. N. Mfimolre snr les torros decouvertes 

par La Pfirouse k la cOte do TarUxrle et au nord du 
Japon. 42 pp. (Inst, de Franco, J\/ini. Set. moral. 1 8. 
V. 5, 1804, p. 1.)— Biittoit, T., and Itaffln, W. Of 
[tliolr] late discoveries. 3 pp. (Purchas, S., Ifis pit- 
grimes, v. 5, p. 819.)— Davis, .T., and other.s. Discove- 
ries to the Northwest. 2 pp. (Purcha.s,S., His pilgrimes, 
V. 5, p. 813.)— Draper, .1. W. The three great voyages ; 
discovery of America, doubling of the Capo, and cir- 
cumnavigation of the earth. 6 pp. (Harper's Mag. 
v. 20, 1860, p. 234.) — Bdge, T. Brlofo discoverie of 



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the northern^ discoveries of seas, coasts, and coun- 
tries. 12 pp. (Purchas, S., His pilgrimes, v. 3, p. 46-2.) 
— Froblalier, Sir M. Discoveries by. 2 pp. (Pur- 
chas, S., His pilgrimes, v. 5, p. 811.) — Galvano, A. 
Summary deduction of the discoveries of the world. 
94 pp. (Kerr, R., Voyages, v. 2, p. 23.j— Hlggiuson, 
T. W. The Spanish discoveries. 11 pp. (Harper's Mag. 
v. e."!, 1882, p. 729.)— Pinkerton, 3. Retrospect of the 
origin and progress of discovery. 39 pp. (In his Voy- 
ages, V. 17, p. I.) — Q,nlros, P. F. de. Cople of a peti- 
tion to the king of Spaiue touching the discoverle of 
the fourth part of the world, called Terra Australia 
Incognita. 11 pp. (Purchas, S., His pilgrimes, v. 4, p. 
1422.)— Victor, F. F. The search for Fretum Anian. 
13 pp. (Overld. Monthly, v. 3, 1869, p. 466.)— Zeno, N. 
and A. Of the discoveries made by. 3 pp. (Purchas, 
S., His pilgrimes, v. 5, p. 807.) 

See also Discoverers. — Geography.— "Voyages 
and travels, and the names of discoverers as Col- 
ombo, C, Cook, ■!., etc. 

Discoveries {in .science). 

Beckmann, J. History of inventions, 
discoveries. 1846, 2 v. 

JouFFROY, A. de. Dictionnaire des in- 
ventions, et decouvertes anciennes et mod- 
ernes. 1860, 2 V. (Migne. J. P., Nouv. encyc. 
theol. V. 35, 36.) 

Maigne, W. Dictionnaire classique des 

origines, inventions, et decouvertes. n. d. 

Noel, F. J., and Carpentier, L. J. M. 

Nouveau dictionnaire des origines, inven- 
tions, et decouvertes. 1833-34, 4 v. 

RouTLEDGE, R. Discoveries and inven- 
tions of the 19 centuiy. 1876. 

Times, J. Stories of inventors and dis- 
coverers. 1863. 

Whewell, W. On the philosophy of dis- 
covery. 1860. 

White, F. S. History of inventions and 

discoveries. 1827. 
Callau, M. J. Modern physical discoveries, and 

their limitations. 10 pp. [New Englander, v. 32, 1873, 

p. 625.) — Discoveries ; new and old. 24 pp. (Brit. 

Quart. Ree. v. 34, 1H61, p. 382.) 
See also Discoverers. — luventioiis. — Patents. 

Science. 

Discoveries and inventions of the 19 cen- 
tury. Routledge. R. — 2725 

Discoveries and settlements made by 
the Ekiglish in different jmrts of America, 
from the reign of Henry VII to the close of 
that of queen Elizabeth. [London, 1812.] 4°. 
(Pinkerton, J., Voyages, v. 12.) 

Discoveries at £p]iesiis. Wood, J. T. 

1712 

Discoveries at Halicarnassus. New- 
ton, C. T. 3 V. 1783 

Discoveri<^ in Australia. Stokes, J. L. 
2 V. 3494 

Discoveries in JEgypt . . . Lepsius. K. 
R- 1777 

Discoveries in hieroglyphics and other 
antiquities. Deverell. R. 6 v. in 3. 2284 

Discoveries in L,ycia. Fellows, C. 1473 

Discoveries of the world. Galvano. A. 

1444 

Discoveries on the north coast of Am- 
erica . . . 1836-39. Simpson, T. 1635 

Discovery and conquest of Terra Florida 
by De Soto. Hakluyt. R. (Tr.) 3585 

Discovery and conquests of the north- 
west. Blanchard. R. 3594 

Discovery and exploration of the Mis- 
sissippi valley. Shea, J. G. 3586 

Discovery of a new world. Wilkins, J. 
Mathemat. and philosoph. works, v. 1, p. 1. 

P.\RT n.— 12. 



Discovery of a new world of being. 

Thomson. G. —1437 

Discovery of a premeditated assassination. 

10 pp. ( Fraser's Mag. v. 21, 1S40, p. 81.) 

Discovery of America by the Northmen. 

Beamish. N. L. 1655 

Discovery of America by the Northinen. 

Smith, J. T. 1658 

Discovery of the great west. Parkman. 

F. 1646 

Discovery of the Jesuits' college at 

Clerkenwell. 64 pp. (Camden Soc. Misc. v. 2.) 

Discovery of the preglacial outlet of 

Lake Erie. Spencer, J. W. (White, I. C, Geo/, of Erie 
and Crawford cmtnties, p. 3.57.) 

Discovery of witches in the county of 

I^ncaster. Potts, T. 2536 

Discret, L. C. Alizon. 103 pp. [Aiic. tlieat. 

fr. V. 8, p. 393; Biblinth. Elzirir.) 

Discreto, El. Gracian, B. [Obras eseog. de 

filosrfos, p. .541.) 

Discussion of the magnetic and mete- 
orological observations made at the Girard 
College observatory. Bache, A. D. 3 v. 
(Smithson. Inst. Contrib. v. 11, 13. 14.) 

Discussion with France in 1806, Papers 
relative to the. 1687 

Discussions in hi««tory and theology. 
Fisher. G. P. —3255 

Discussions on philosophy and litera- 
ture. Hamilton, Sir W. —1414 

Disease. See Pathology. 

Disease germs. Beale, L. S. —1677 

Disease of the mind. Folsom, C. F. 107 

V\>. (Mass. B'vir I of Health. 8 Report. 1877, p. 327.) 

Diseases of cattle. Dadd, G. H. —4687 

Diseases of memory. Ribot, T. —3767 

Diseases of modern life. Richardson, 
B. W. —3787 

Diseases of the brain. Pathological and 
pi"actical researches on. Abercrombie. J. 

—3777 

Diseases of the chest. Treatise on. 
Stokes, W. —3773 

Diseases of the horse. Chawner, R. 

-4687 

Diseases of the nervous system. Lec- 
tures on the. Charcot, J. M. {New Syden- 
ham Soc. V. 90.) —3773 

Disenchantment. 4 pp. {Blackwood^ s 

Mag. V. 66, 1849, p. 563.) 

Disestablishment and disendowment. 
Freeman. E. A. —1288 

.?»■« also Clinrcli of England, Establishment. 

Disfrazado, El. Solorzano, A. de C. 

(Ochoa, E. de, Tesoro novel. espaii.Y. 2; Bosell, C.,NoteL 
post. Cervantes, v. 2, p. 246.) 

Disgust. Richet, C. Causes du degout. 

30 pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1877, 3 p4r. v. 22, p. 644.) 

Dishes. Douce, F. Figures of ancient dishes, 

coloured after the originals. 3 pp. (Vetusta monu- 
menta, v. 4, pi. 8, 9.) — Fortnum, C. D. Notes on the 
" baclnl " or dishes of enamelled earthenware. Intro- 
duced as ornameuta to the architecture of some of the 
churches In Italy. 8 pp. 2 pi. {Archaeoloffia,r. i2,19B9, 
p. 379.) 

Disibode, St., Bp. of Dysemberg. Hilde- 

garde, St., Abbess of St. Rupert's Mount. Vita Sanctl 
Disihodi. 12 pp. (Migne, J. P., Fatrol. s. Lat. v. 197, 
p. 1093.) 

Disinfection. Waller, E. Disinfectants. 

25 pp. (Buck, A. H., Treatise on hygiene, v. 2, p. 545.) — 
Report on disinfection and disinfectants. 13 pp. (Am. 
Pub. Health Assoc. Reports, v. 1, p. 459.1— WUite, C. 



DISINFECTION 



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B. Disinfection In yellow fever as practiced In New 
Orleans in the years 1870 to 1H7G Inclusive. 8 pp. (Am. 
■ Pub. Health Assoc. Reports, v. 3, p. 15+.) 
See also N. Brit. Kev. v. 44, 1866, p. 458. 

^Disintegration of empires. 46 pp. [N. 

Brit. Hev. v. 38, 18C3, p. 257.) 

Disinterested friendship. 4 pp. (JETar- 

per's Mag. v. 12, 1856, p. 41.) 

Disinterment, The. 3 pp. [Blachvood^s 

Mag. V. 49, 1841, p. 245.) 

Disk-li'orsliippers of Memphis. Nichol- 
son, Sir C. 18 pp. (Royal Soc. of lit. Trans. 2 s. v. 9, 
1870, p. 197.) 

Dismal Dobbs ; or, a night at Crow-street 

theatre. 5 pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 57, 1861, p. 483.) 

Dismal mute. The ; a romaunt. 3 pp. 

[Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 43, 1854, p. 241.) 

Dismal swamp. Strother, D. H. The 

Dismal swanip. 14 pp. (i/aj-^er's J/aj/. v. 13, 1856, p. 441.) 

Disney, David T. Popular portraits. David 

T. Disn'ey, of Ohio. 7 pp. [Dem. Rev. v. -^f,, 1850, p. 266.) 

Disney, John. Museum Disneianum, being 
a description of a collection of ancient mar- 
bles, specimens of ancient bi'onze, and A'ari- 
ous ancient fictile vases. London, 1849. 4°. 

—1731 

Disolucion en la vejez. Guevara, A. de. 

{Obras escog.de fitosnfos, p. l^l.) 

Disorder in dreamland. 68 pp. [Black- 

wooiVs May. v. 115, 1874, pp. 204, 342, 417.) 

Bisowned, The. Lytton, E. G. E. L. B., 

Baron. Novels. 1288 

Dispateh. Bacon, Sir F. Of dispatch. 6 

pp. {Essays, with aniiolations, by R. Whalehj, p. 267.) 

I>ispauperizaf ion. Pretyman, J. R. 

—1397 

Dispavamsa, The : an ancient Buddhist 
historical record. Ed. and tr. by Hermann 
Oldenburg. London, 1879. 8°. 3175 

Dispensaries. Oppert, F. Hospitals, in- 
firmaries, and dispensaries. 1867. 

— Prc-Cliri8<lan dispensaries and hospitals. 21 pp. 
{Wesim. Rec. u. s. v. 52, 1877, p. 426.) 
See also Hospitals. 

Dispensatory of the United States of Am- 
erica. Wood, G. B., and Bache, F. R.82 
Display of Arminianism. Owen, J. 

Wini.s. V. 5, p. 39. 

]>isplay of heraldry. Newton, W. 2775 

Disponent, The. Eastlake, Lady E. R. 

Livtmian tales, p. 1. 

Disposal of sewage in towns. Waugh, 
H. —2724 

Disposal of town sewage. Birch, R. 
W. P. —2724 

Disputa. Werner, F. L. Z. Ausgew. schriften, 

V. 3, p. 133. 

Disputatio earmine conscripta inter Ro- 

niaiii el I'apam de Otlouls IV destltutlone. 8 pp. (Leib- 
nitz, G. W., Script, rerum Jirunsvic. v. 2, p. 525.) 

Dispute between the abbot and convent of 

Llndorfs and the luhabluints of Newburgh, I3i)9. 6 
pp. {Mifcel. of tlif Abbnlsfnrd Club, v. 1, p. 61 : Abbott- 
ford Club.) 

Disquieted monk. The. 1 p. [Dvblm 

Univ. Mag. v. HI, 1873, p. 530.) 

Disquisitionum magiearum libri sex. 
Delrio, M. A. — 2476 

Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beojconnfield. 
1805-81. Collected edition of novels and 
tales. London, 1870-71. 10 v. 12°. 1284 

Ciintentt. 
Alroy, ▼. 8. Henrietta Ten) pie, v. 7. 

Conlnjtsby, v. 2. Infernal nmrrlago, v. 8. 

Contnrlnl Fleming, v. 7. Ixlon in Heaven, v. 8. 
Count Alarcof), v. 9. I.oihnlr, v. l. 



Popantlla, v. 8. Vonetla, v. 5. 

Kise of Iskander, v. 7. Vivian Grey, v. 10. 

Sybil, V. 3. Young Duke, v. 9. 
Tancred, v. 4. 

Selected speeches. Arranged and ed. by 

T. E. Kebbel. With a portrait. London, 
1882. 2 V. 8°. 1216 

Contents. Speech on proposing vote of thanks to 
forces engaged In the Abyssinian expedition, v. 
2. — On act of uniformity, v. 2. — Speech on Ad- 
dress, 1846, V. 1.— Amendment to Address, 1849, v. 
2.— Speech on Address, 1870, v. 2.— Speech on Ad- 
dress, 1881, V. 2. — Afghan war, v. 2. — War in south 
Africa, v. 2. — Agricultural distress, v. 1.— Death 
of Prince Albert, v. 2.— Reply to Duke of Argyll, v. 
2.— Anns bill, Ireland, v. 2.— Aylesbury, 1H47, v. 1. 
— Banquet at Slough, v. 2. — Berlin treaty, v. 2. 
—On introducing bill of 1867, v. 1.— Black. Sea con- 
ference, V. 2. — Brompton hospital, v. 2.— Bud- 
get, 1852, V. 1. — On Mr. Gladstone's budget, v. 1. — 
Bulgarian atrocities, v. 2. — Evacuation of Canda- 
har, V. 2. — Present position of the church, v. 2. — 
Future position of the church, v. 2.— On church 
policy, V. 2.— Commercial treaty with Italy, v. 1. 
— Amendment to motion for going into committee of 
whole house, v. 1.— Compensation for distur- 
bance bill, V. 2. — Mr. Gladstone's amendment (com- 
pound householders), v. 1. — Conservative 
principles, v. 2. — Conservative and liberal 
principles, v. 2. — Corn importation bill, v. 1. — 
Vote of censure — Denmark and Germany, v. 2. — 
£arly speeches, v. 1.— Explanation in House of 
Commons, v. 2. — Our relations with France, v. 2. — 
Borough franchise, v. 1. — County franchise, v. 1. — 
Import duties, v. 1. — Income-tax, v. 1. — Third 
reading Irish church bill, v. 2 — Irish election 
petitions, v. 2. — Second reading Irish land bill, v. 
2. — Irish university education bill, v. 2. — La- 
bours of the session, v. 2. — Royal literary fund, 
V. 2.— Literary mind, v. 2.— Maynooth, 1845, v. 1. 
— Opening of letters by the government, v. 1. — 
Protection to person and property bill, v. 2. — 
Speech at Edinburgh on reform bill, v. 2.— Third 
reading reform bill, v. 1. — Calling out reserve 
forces, V. 2. — Royal titles bill, v. 2.— Speech at 

Shre-wsbury, 1843, V. 1 State of the nation, v. 

1.— Sugar duties, v. 1.— The new tarlflT, v. 1.— Local 
taxation, v. 1. — Mr. Walpole's resolution, v. 1. — 
Prosecution of v»ar, v. 2. — Ways and means, v. 1. — 
Westmeath con>mlttee, v. 2. 

Lord George Bentinck : a political biog- 
raphy. London, 1852. 8°. (Rev. of in Dub- 
lin Univ. Mag. v. 89, 1852, p. 114.) 4815 

Parliamentary reform: a series of speeches 

on that subject delivered in the House of 
Commons (1848-66). Ed. by Montagu Corry. 
London, 1867. 8°. —1335 

Revolutionary epick. London, 1864. 12°. 

1397 

Wit and wisdom of, collected from his 

writings and speeches. London, 1881. p. 8°. 

2287 

Life and writings of I. Disraeli. 31 pp. (Disraeli, 

I., Curiosities of literature,. \. 1, p. 6.) 

Challemel-Iiacour, P. Le roman politique en 

Angleterre. Lothalre. 22 pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes,liriO, 
2 p6r. V. 88, p. 429.)— Chasles, V. E. P. Le roman poli- 
tique en Angleterre. 11 pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1845, 
n. s. V. 10, p. 1011.)— Conlngsby, or the new genera- 
tion. 14 pp. (Rev. of in Fraser's Mag. v. 30, 1844, p. 71 ; 
Weslm. Rev. v. 42, 1844, p. 80.)— Cracroft, B. Mr. Dis- 
raeli, the novelist. 12 pp. (Fortn. Rev. n. s. v. 4, 1868, 
p. 146.)— Cucheval-Clarlgny, A. Un roman poli- 
tique. Endymlon. 22 pp. ( if ei>. li. deux mondes, 1880, v. 
42, 1). 886.)— Douhaire, P. Lothair. 4 pp. (Correspond- 
ant, n. s. v. 47, 1870-71, p. 593.)— Endymlon. 21 pp. 
(Rev. of in Dublin Rev. 3 s. v. 5, 1881, p. 145; Fraser's 
Mag. n. 8. V. 22, 1880, p.705.)— Forcade, E. De la jeune 
Angleterre. Coningsby. 33 pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 
1844, n. 8. v. 7, p. 385.)— Gallery of literary characters. 
Benjamin Disraeli. 2 pp. (Fraser's Mag. \.1,\«33, p. 
602.)— Disraeli's Glasgow speeches. 18 pp. (K<Hn. 
Rev. V. 139, 1874, p. 271.)— JealTrFson, J. C. Disraeli. 
41 pp. (In his Novels and novollsts, v. 2, i>. 221.) — Keb- 
bel, T. E. The political novels of Lord Beaconslleld. 
26 pp. (Nineteenth Century, v. 6, 1879, p. 504.)- Letters ot 
Runnyinede. IB pp. (Rev. of In Fraxer's Mag, n. ». y. 10, 
1874, p. 254.) — Literary character of D. 31 pp. 



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DISSENTERS AND DISSENT 



(BHt. Quart. Rev. v. 52, 1870, p. 121.)— Iilterary Ie;;i9- 

lators. Mr. B. Disraeli. 33 pp. {Fraser's Mat}, v. 35, 
1847. pp. 79, 193.)— Ijotliair. 20 pp. (Rev. of in Biocfc- 
vjood's Mao. v. 107, 1870, p. 773 ; Duhlin Rec. n. S. v. 15, 
1870, p. Inii; Edin. Jtev.y. 132, 1«70, p. 275; LondonQuart. 
Rev. V. 35, 1871, p. 162; Manmillan'i Mag. v. 22, 1870, p. 
142; N. Brit. Rev. v. 52, 1870, p. 453; Quart. Rev. v. 129, 
1870, p. 63.)— BfeTT curiosities of literature. 6 pp. 
{Fraser's Mag. v. 46, 1862, p. 637.) — D'Israeli's novels. 
14 pp. {Ellin. Rev. v. 66, 1838, p. 59.)— Skeltoii, -I. Dis- 
raeli's Lothali-. 16 pp. {Fra.'ier's Mag. n. s. v. 1, 1870, p. 
790.1 — Steplien, L. Mr. Disraeli's novels. 48 pp. (/n 
his Hours in a library. 2 s. p. 344, and Fortn. Eev. n. s. 
V. 16, 1874, p. 430.)— Sybil, or Uie two nations. 14 pp. 
(Rev. of in Brit. Quart. Rec. v. 2, 1845, p. 159; Fraser's 
Mag. V. 31, 1845, p. 727 ; Westm. Rev. v. 44, 1846, p. 141.)— 
Taucred. 18 pp. (Rev. of in Edin. Rev. v. 86, 1847, p. 
138; N. Am. Ree. v. 65, 1847, p. 201.)— Venetla. 16 pp. 
(Rev. of In Fras^'s Mag. v. 15, 18;37, p. 773.)— Vindica- 
tion of tile Eiigllsli constitution. 20 pp. (Rev. 
of in Lnndun Rev. v. 2, 1836, p. 533.) — Ifonn;; duke. 7 
pp. (Rev. of In Westm. Rev. v. 15, 1331, p. 399.) 

Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, 

a biography, v. 1. London, n. d. 12°. 4821 

Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, 

in upwards of 100 cartoons from the collec- 



tion of '• Mr. Punch. 



London, 1878. 4° 

—1731 
Lord Beaconsfield : a 



England under Lord 



Brandes, G. M. C. 

study. 1880. 
Clayden, p. W. 

Beaconsfield. 1880. 

HiTCHMAN, F. Public life of the Right 

Hon. the Earl of Beaconsfield. 1881. 

MackisIGHT, T. Right Hon. Benjamin 

Disraeli, a literary and political biography. 
1854. 

Political adventures of Lord Beacons- 
field. n. d. 

Note. From Fartn. Rev. n. s. v. 23, 1878, pp. 477, 691, 
867 ; V. 24, 1878, p. 250. 

Bagebot, W. Mr. Disraeli as a member of the 

House of Commons. 5 pp. (Biographical studies, p. 364.) 
— Lord Beaconsfield. 11 pp. (Foster, .J., Collectanea 
genealogica, pt. 1.) — Brandes, G. M. C. Die jugend 
Benjamin Disraeli's. 22 pp. {Deutsch. rundichau,y.lS, 
1879, p. 292.)— Conway, M. D. Disraeli. 6 pp. (Har- 
per's Mag. V. 34, 1867, p. 753.1— From Derby to Disraeli. 
10 pp. (Harper's Mag. v. 36, 1868, p. 800.)— Cncbeval- 
ClariKny> A. Lord Beaconsfield et son temps. 112 
pp. (Ser. d. deux mondes, 1879, v. 35, pp. 481, 787 ; v. 36, 
p. 129.) — Disraeli t a biography. 13 pp. (Blackwood's 
Mag. V. 75, 1^54, p. 255.)— Mr. Benjamin Disraeli aa 
leader and legislator. 14 pp. (Fraser's Mag. v. 45, 1852, 
p. 127.)— Disraeli as minister. 20 pp. (Brit. Quart. 
Rev. v. 62, 1875, p. 175.)— DisraeU : bis cbaracter 
and career. 42 pp. (Edin. Rev. v. 97, 18-53, p. 420.)— 
Disraeli ministry. 23 pp. (fiiin. iZec. v. 127, 1868, 
p. 559.)— Greg, W. R. The great twin brethren. 12 
pp. (Miscel. essays, p. 149.)— Harrison, F. The ro- 
mance of the peerage. 13 pp. (Fortn. Rev. n. s. v. 7, 
1870, p. 655.)— Higgiusou, T. W. Disraeli. 36 pp. (In 
Ms English statesmen, p. 35.) — Jennings, L. J. Ben- 
jamin Disraeli. 15 pp. {Atlanl. Monthly, v. 32, 1873, p. 
641.)— JTadal. E. S. Benjamin Disraeli. 5 pp. (Scrib- 
ner's Monthly, v. 14, 1877, p. 190.)— Political career of 
D. 33 pp. {Brit. Quart. Rev. v. 64,1876, p. 147.)— Potter, 
P. M. Lord Beaconsfield. 4 pp. (Scribner's Monthly, 
v. 22, 1881, p. 262.)— Religions creed and opinions 
of the Caucasian champion of the church. 13 pp. 
{Fraser's Mag. v. 78, 1868, p. 362.1— Thornton, P. Ad- 
ministration of Lord Beaconsfield. 36 pp. (In his 
Foreign secretaries, v. 3, p. 356.)— Valbert, G. Lord 
Beaconsfield, et la dissolution du parlement. 12 pp. 
{Rev. d. deux mondes, 1879, v. 34, p. 698.) 

See also Blacliwood's Mag. v. 104, 1868, pp. 129, 369, 
491 ; Brit. Quart. Rev. v. 10, 1849, p. 118 ; Contemp. Rev. 
V. 36, 1879, p. 665; Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 80, 1872, p. 511 ; 
Internal. Rev. v. 9, 1880, p. 42. 
Also Great Britain— Po/iHcs. 

©'Israeli, Isaac. 1766-1848. Amenities of 
literature ; consisting of sketches and char- 
acters of English literature. New ed. by B. 
Disraeli. London. 1859. 2 v. p. 8^. 2247 

Calamities and quarrels of authors : with 

some inquiries respecting their moral and 



literary characters, and memoirs for our lit- 
erary history. New ed. ... by B. Disraeli. 
London, 1859. p. 8°. (Rev. of in Quart. Rev. 
V. 8. 1812, p. 93.) 2247 

Commentaries on the life and reign of 

Charles I. . . . New ed. revised by the au- 
thor, and ed. by his son. London, 1851. 2 v. 
8°. (Rev. of in Westm. Rev. y. 14, 1831. p. 
486.) 1543 

Curiosities of literature. New ed. with 

memoir and notes, bv B. Disraeli. London, 
1858. 3 V. p. 8°. (Rev. of in BlaekwoocVs 
Mag. V. 13, 1823, p. 162 ; N. Am. Rev. v. 90, 
1860, p. 526 ; Westm. Rev. v. 22, 1835. p. 343.) 

2247 

The literary character ; or, the history of 

men of genius. drawn from their own feelings 
and confessions, literary miscellanies ; and 
an inquiry into the character of James I. 
New ed. ... by B. Disraeli. London, 1859. 
p. 8°. (Rev. of in Blackicood''s Mag. v. 4, 1819, 
p. 14.) 2247 

I<lfe and vrrltlngs of D. 31 pp. (Disraeli, I., 

Curiosities of literature, v. 1, p. 6.) 

See also Eraser's Mag. v. 5, 1832, p. 321. 

Disraeli family. Disraeli pedigree. 11 

pp. (Fo.ster, .J., Collectanea genealogica, pts. 1, 4.) 

Disruption of the Methodist Episcopal 

Church. 1844-46. Myers, E. H. —3286 

Dissection. Unlawful disinterment of 

human bodies. 17 pp. (Quart. Rev. v. 42, 1830, p. 1.)— 
Use of tbe dead to the living. 38 pp. (Weslm. Rec. 
V. 2, 1824, p. 59.) 

Dissen, Ludolf . Pindari carmina. See Pin- 

darus. 
Dissenters and Dissent. 

BoQUE, D., and Bennett, J. History of 
Dissenters, from the revolution to 1808. 1833, 
2 V. 

Marvell, a. The rehearsal transposed : 

or, animadversions upon a late book intituled, 
A preface, shewing what grounds there are 
of fears and jealousies of popery. 1776. 
{Works, V. 2.) 

Pike, G. H. Ancient meeting-houses. 

1870. 

Skeats. H. S. History of the free churches 

of England, 1688-1851. 1869. 

Tayler, J. J. Retrospect of the religious 

life of England. 1853. 

Wilson, W. History and antiquities of 

Dissenting churches ... in London, "West- 
minster, and Southwark. 1808-14, 4 v. 

Admlsslou of Dissenters to degrees. 22 pp. 

(Quart. Rev. v. 52, 1854, p. 466.)— Appeal to tbe Dis- 
senters of Gt. Britain to unite with their Catholic 
brethren for the removal of disqualifications. 22 pp. 
(Pamphleteer, \. 1, 1813, p. 1.) — Bacon, L. Free churches 
of England. 7 pp. (New Englander, v. 29, 1870, p. 441.) 
— Bampton lecture on Dissent. 52 pp. (Brit. Quart. 
Rev. V. .57, 1873, p.l.)— Barro-»v, I. Dissertation relat- 
ing to Dissenters. 10 pp. (Theol. works, v. 9, p. 577.) — 
Bramball, J. Fair warning to take heed of the Scot- 
tish discipline. 55 pp. {Works,\. 3; Lihr. Angl.-Cath. 
Tlieol. p. 233.)— .lust vindication of the Church of Eng- 
land from the unjust aspersion of criminal schism. 
197 pp. (Works, v. 1; Libr. Angl.-Cath. Theol. p. 83.)— 
Protestants' ordination defended ; or, an answer to the 
20 chapter of the Guide of faith, or the 3 part of the 
antidote of S. N. Doctor of divinity. 86 pp. ( Works, v. 
5; Libr. Angl.-Cath. Tlieol. p. 193.)— Replication to the 
Bp. of Chalcedon'8 Survey of the Vindication of the 
Church of England from criminous schism. 284 pp. 
( Works, V. 2 ; Libr. Angl.-Cath. Theol. p. S.)~Inhis Schism 
guarded and beaten back upon the right owners. 310 
pp. lWorks.v.2; Libr. Angl.-Cath. rA«)?. p. 337.)— Ser- 
pent-salve ; or, a remedy for the biting of an aap. 208 



DISSENTERS AND DISSENT 



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DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS 



pp. {Works. V. 3; Libr. Jngl.-Cath. Theol. p. 289.)— Vin- 
dication of himself and the Episcopal clergy from the 
Presbyterian charge of popery, as it is managed by 
Mr. Baxter, in his treatise of the Grotlan religion. 90 
pp. [Works, V. 3; Libr. Artgl.-Cath. Then}, p. 4i)7.)— 
Bro-VTii, J. B. English church iind Dissenters. 23 pp. 
(Ccmtemj). Kev. v. 16, 1S71, p. 298.)— Clmrch, The. 16 
pp. [Fraser's' Mag. v. 20, 1839, p. 431.)— Clixircli, The, 
and Dissent. 29 pp. [Edin. Her. v. 137, 1873, p. 196.) 
— Cbwrcli and Dissent considered in their prac- 
tical intluence. 11 pp. [Quart. Hev. v. 57, 1836, p. 363.) 
— Clinrcli of England and the Dissenters. 20 pp. 
(Biachwood's Mag. v. 10, 1824, p. 395.)— Clayden, P. W. 
The ecclesiastical organisations of English Dissent. 

11 pp. (Fortn. Kev. n. a. v. 3, 1868, p. 497.)— Clergy 
relief bill. 39 pp. {Quart. iTev. v. 86, 1850, p. 40.)— 
Corporation and test acts. 20 pp. (Westm. liev. 
V. 9, 1828, p. 1.)— Dissent in 1841. 13 pp. {Fraser's 
Mag. V. 23, 1841, p. 658.)— Dissenting convention at 
Manchester. 18 pp. {Frase.rs Mag. v. 24, 1841, p. 301.) 
—Dissenting endowments. 10 pp. (Wesim. Sev. 
V. 24, 1836, p. 92.)— Doddridge, P. tree thoughts on 
the most probable means of reviving the Dissenting 
interest. 26 pp. (M-'or/rs, v. 4, p. 199.)— Fawcett, H. 
Dissenters and the universities. 6 pp. {Macmiilan's 
Mag. V. 3, 1861, p. 411.)— Flslier,©. P. Relation of the 
Church of England to the other Protestant churches. 
52 pp. {New Englander, v. 33, 1874, p. 121.)— Hall, R. 
Kevle w of " Zeal -without Innovation." 80 pp. ( Works, 
V. 4, p. 46.)— Hamilton, Sir W. On the right of Dis- 
senters to admission into the English universities. 68 
pp. {In his Discussions, p. 458; and Edin. Rev. v. 60, 
1835, p. 202.)— Harrison, E. Reply to TuUoch's " Dog- 
matism of Dissent." 13 pp. {Contemp. Kev. v. 33, 1878, 
p. 825.)— Dr. Hook's call to union answered. 16 pp. 
{Fraser's Mag. v. 19, 1839, p. 1.)— Jones, W. Short view 
of the present state of the argument between the Church 
of England and the Dissenters. 35 pp. ( Works, v. 4, p. 
473.)- Thoughts on the resolutions of the Protestant . 
Dissenters, at their meeting at Stowmarket in Suffolk. 

12 pp. {Works, V. 12, p. 364.)— I^etter to Rev. Her- 
bert Marsli, in confutation of his opinion, that the 
Dissenters are aiming at the subversion of the religious 
establishment of this country. 17 pp. {Faviphleteer.y. 
6, 1815, p. 295.)— Marriage and registration bills. 
6 pp. {Blackwood's Mag. v. 39, 1836, p. 601.)— Mai-sli,H. 
Letter of explanation to the Dissenter and layman. 11 
pp. {Pamphleteer, v. 6, 1815, p. 301.)— My life. By an 
ex-Diesenter. 15 pp. (^Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 18, 1841, p. 
105.)— Ne-w cbnrclies. Progress of Dissent. 26 pp. 
( Quart. Kev. v. 31, 1825, p. 229.)— Parr, S. Letter to the 
Dissenters of Birmingham. 47 pp. ( Works, y. 3, p. 299.) 
— Penn, W. England's present interest considered. 
70 pp. ( Works, V. 3, p. 197.)— Good advice to the Church 
of England, etc. 63 pp. {Works, v. 4, p. 373.)- Good 
advice to the . . . Protestant Dissenter. 63 pp. {Select 
works, V. i, p. 373.)— One project for the good of England : 
that is, our civil unfon is our civil safety. 22 pp. 
{Works, V. 4, p. 255.) — Persuasive to moderation to 
church Dissenters. 53 pp. {Select works, y. 4, p. 319.) — 
Priestley, J. Familiar letters in refutation of charges 
advanced against the Dissenters. 170 pp. {Theol. and 
miscel. works, v. 19, p. 135.)— Spencer, E. Account of 
the Dissenting interest in the middle states, A. D. 1759. 
2 pp. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. 2 s. v. 1, 1838, p. 156.)— 
Steplien, L. Matthew Arnold and the Church of Eng- 
land. 18 pp. [Fraser's Mag. n. s. v. 2, 1870, p. 414.)— 
Trust deeds and religious liberty. 11 pp. [Brit. 
Quart. Kev. v. 39, 1864, p. 357.)— Tullocb, J. The dog- 
matism of Dissent. 18 pp. (Contemp. jKei'. v. 33, 1878, 
p. 570.)— v., R. On tbe Interests of tlie Cburch 
of England. 20 pp. {I'amphleteer, v. 19, 1822, p. 477.) 

See also Churcli of England. — Friends. — 
Nonconformity. — Nonjurors. — Presbyterian 
chnre It. —Puritans. 

I>i^Herlutio de forma ossium gentilitia. 

Gibson, W. —3794 

Dissertation on Divine justice. Owen, J. 

WnrkM, v. 9, p. 319. 

I>i8fiertatioii on Juries. Hutton, W. 2165 
I>iSHertation on miracles. Farmer, H. 

—4214 

Dissertation on Saint Paul's voyage from 

Caesarea to Puteoii. Falconer, W. — 1235 

Dissertation on the x^rogress of ethical 

philosophy. Mackltitosli, .Vir J. Migcel.work»,v,l,p.6. 

Dissertation on tlie proplieeies . . . 

relative to the great period of 1260 years. 
Fab«r, G. S. 8 v. —4214 



Dissertation on the state of the nation, 

respecting its agriculture, 1817. 15 pp. {Pamphleteer, 
v. 11, 1818, p. 33.) 

Dissertation on the validity of the ordina- 
tion of the English. Le Courayer, P. F. 

—1266 
Dissertation snr la contnme (le feu 

d'artiflce) a laquelle un evenemeut rapporte dans plu- 
sieurs des hlstoriens de la ville de Paris, a donn6 lieu 
(le miracle de la rue aux Ours). 16 pp. (Leber, J. M. 
C, Disserlat. rel. hist, de France, v. 8, p. 484.) 

Dissertation upon the distinctions in soci- 
ety. Hey wood, S. — 1873 

Dissertatlones de Sibyllis. Galle, S. 

—2276 

Dissertationes niiscellaneae. Reland, 
A. 3 V. in 1. —3247 

Dissertations and discnssions. Mill, 
J. S. 4 V. —1394 

Dissertations chrestiennes et morales. 

Balzac, J. L. G. de. (Euvres, v. 2, p. 281. 

Dissertations de critique. Balzac, J. 

L. G. de. (Euvres, v. 2, p. 507. 

Dissertations politlques. Balzac, J. L. 

G. de. (Euvres, v. 2, p. 417. 

Dissertations relative to the natural history 
of animals and vegetables. Spallanzani, L. 
2 V. in 1. —2565 

Dissertations sur les apparitions des anges. 
Calmet, A. —2477 

Distaif. Akerman, J. Y. On the distaff 
and the spindle, as the insignia of the female sex in 
former times. 19 pp. {Archaeologia, v. 37, 1857, p. 83.) 

Distance. Simon, T. C. Can we see dis- 
tance? 14 pp. {Macmiilan's Mag. v. 13, 1866, p. 429.) 
Disteli, Martin. Revilliod, G. Un carica- 

turiste Suisse. 19 pp. {Biblioth. univ. et rev. Suisse, n. 
per. V. 13, 1862, p. 385.) 

Distillation. Balling, C. J. N. Brannt- 
weinbrennerei und die hefenerzeugung. 
1865. (In his Gaehrungschemie, v. 3.) 

Basset, N. Guide theorique et pratique 

du fabricant d'alcools, et du distillateur. 
1868-73, 3 V. 

Duplais, p. Traite de la fabrication des 

liqueurs. 1866-67, 2 v. 

MOREWOOD, S. Philosophical and statis- 
tical history of the inventions and customs 
... in the manufacture and use of inebriat- 
ing liquors ; with the present practice of 
distillation in all its varieties. 1838. 

Payen, a. Traite complet de la distilla- 
tion des principales substances qui peuvent 
fournir de I'alcool. 1861. 

Bousslngault, J. B. J. D. Mfimoire sur la compo- 
sition du pulque, boisson fermeutfee, pr6par6e sur la 
sfeve du maguey. 16 pp. {Archiv. commis. set. du Mex. 
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{In his Domestic economy, v. 1, p. 216.)— Kelr, A. Of 
the method of distilling as practised by the natives at 
Chatra. 11 pp. {Asiat. Kesearch. v. 1, 1788, p. 309.)— 
Kopp, H.' Zur geschichte der destination. 23 pp. 
{Jn his Beltr. zur gesch. der chemle, p. 217.) 

See also Alcohol.— Cbemistry.— Liquors. 

Distinction of ranks. Origin of the. 

Millar, J. 2775 

Distinctions in society. Dissertation 

upon the. Heywood, S. — 1373 

Distinctions, in three alphabets, Dictionary 

of. Murdoch, J. 1154 

Distinguislied indiTiduals, Poems to. 

3 pp. (Fraser-.-i May. \. 1, lH'.iO, p. 711.) 

Distribution of animals as indicating 

geographical changes. Wallace, A. R., Tropical-nature 
atid other essays, p. 804. 



DISTRIBUTION OF HEAT 



961 



DIVINATION 



Distribution of heat over the surface of 
the globe. Dove, H. W. —1523 

Distribution of wealth. Essay on the. 
Jones. R. —1307 

Distribution of wealth. Essay on the. 
Ramsay, G. — 1306 

District of Colnmbia. Biographical cy- 
clopaedia of representative men of Maryland, 
and District of Columbia. 1879. 

Edwards, R. Statistical gazetteer of . . . 

Maryland and the District of Colvunbia. 
1856. 

Fisher, R. S. Gazetteer of the stat« of 

Maryland . . . [and] a general account of the 
District of Columbia. 1852. 

Maps of the District of Columbia, and 

city of Washington. 1852. 

Martin, J. Comprehensive description 

of Virginia and the District of Columbia, 
n. d. 

Barnard, H. Special report of the commissioner 

of education. District of Ckilurabia. 132 pp. {Am. J. 
of Education, v. 19, 1870, p. 13.) — Ho^ve, H. Historical 
and descriptive sketch of the District of Columbia. 12 
pp. [In his Hist. Coll. of Virginia, p, 533.) 

See also GeorgetOTvn. — 'W^ashingtou. 

Disturbed Ireland. Becker. B. H. 2577 
Distumell, John. 1801-77. American reg- 
ister and blue book for 1876, 77. Phila. and 
New York, 1876-77. 2 v. 8°. 1154 

Classified mercantile directory, for New 

York and Brooklyn. New York, 1837. 16°. 
( With his New York as it is. ) 3567 

Influence of climate in North and South 

America. New York, 1867. 8°. —2485 

New- York as it is, in 1837 ; containing a 

general description of the city of New York, 
list of officers, public institutions, and other 
useful information. Including the public 
officers of the city of Brooklyn. New York. 
1837. 16°. 3567 

Sailing on the great lakes and rivers of 

America ; embracing a description of lakes 
Erie, Huron, Michigan, and Superior. Phila. 
1874. sq. 8°. 2466 

United States register and blue book for 

1868. 75. New York and Phila., 1867-74. 
2 V. 8°. 1154 

Ditattium, Gaid. Giraclt, C. X. Recher- 

ches historiques et gSographiques sur I'ancienne ville 
de AiTToTior. 21 pp. (Soc. roy. des antlq. de France, 
i/«'m. V. 1, 1817, p. 267.) 

Dithmar, Bp. of Mersebourg. 976-1018. 

Chronici libri IIX. Variae lectiones et emendationes 
Ditmari, serius annotatae. 105 pp. (Leibnitz, G, W., 
Script, rerum Brimsne. v. 1, p. 323, ami p. 1005.) — Ex 
Chronlco. 20 pp. (Bouquet, M., Rec. hist. GauUs,\. 
10, p. 118. ) — Cliroiiieon. 120 pp. (Migne, J. P., 
Patrol, s. Lai. v. 139, p. 1183.)— Vita. 4 pp. (Leibnitz, 
G. W., Script, rerum Brunsvic. v. 1, p. 427.) 

Ditmarseh, Holstein. Williams, B. On the 

land of Ditmarsh, and the Mark Confederation. 20 pp. 
1 pi. (Archatohigia, v. 37, 1^7, p. 371.) 

Dlts de Grimnir. See Bergmann, F. W. 

Le message de Skirnir. 
Dits et fabliaux. Baisieux, J. de. (Scheler, 

A., Trouveres beiges, p. 162.) 

Ditson, George Leighton. Circassia ; or, a 
tour to the Caucasus. London, 1850. 8°. 1476 

The crescent and French crusaders. New 

York. 1859. 12°. 3735 

Dittenberger, Wilhelm {Ed.) Inscrip- 
tiones Atticae aetatis Romanae. Berolini, 



1878-82. 2 V. 4°. (Corpus inscriptionum 
Atticanim, v. 3, pts. 1. 2.) 1251 

Ditton, Humphrey. 1675-1715. La verite 
de la religion chretieune deinoutree par la resurrec- 
tion de -Jesus Christ; Dissertation ou I'on examine si 
la pensee et la reflexion t>euvent etre !e pur resultat 
de la matifere et du mouvement, et oil I'on parle aussi 
de la nature de Dieu, de I'ame humaine, et de I'uni- 
vers en general, pour servir de supplement a la demon- 
stration de la religion chretienne, 135 i)p, (Migne, J. 
P. , Demonstrat. erangil. v. 8, p. 293.) 

Din, Hindostan. Particular relation of the 

expedition of Solyman Pacha against the Portuguese 
at D. 31 pp. (Kerr, R., Voyages, v. 6, p. 2.=>7.)— Viag- 
g%o dal mar Rosso flno al D. 14 pp. (Bamusio, G. 
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Diuni, Coele-Stpia. Belley, A. Observations 

sur I'ere de D. 11 pp. (Inst, de France, Accni. Inseript. 
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Diurnal of occurrences chiefly in Scotland, 

commencing 21 August, 1652. (Spotiiswoode miscell. v. 
2, p. 73.) 

Diurnal of remarkable occurrents that have 
passed within the country of Scotland since 
the death of king James IV till the year 
1575. Edinburgh, 1833. 4°. [Bannatyne aub.) 

2573 

Dins. Fragmentum. [Gr. et Lat.] 2 pp. 

(Didot, A. F., Bibliotk. gr. Fragm. philos. Gr. v. 2, p. 27 ; 
Orelli, J. C, Opusc. Gr. vet. sent. v. 2, p. 332.) 

Diutiska. Denkmaeler deutscher sprache 
und literatur. Graff. E. G. 3 v. —2135 

Divan des Castillers Abu'l-Hassan Juda 
Halevi. Geiger, A. 1228 

Divans of six ancient Arabic poets. Ahl- 
wardt. C. W. 3163 

Divers, Bridget. Moore, F. Jn /lis Women 

of the war, p, lu9. 4 pp. 

Divers voyages touching the discovery of 
America. Hakluyt, R. 2464 

Diverse poetieall essaies on the Turtle 
and Phoenix. Done by the best and chiefest 
of our moderne writers, n. p. 1601. sm. 4°. 
(In Chester, R., Poems, ed. by Rev. A. B. 
Qrosart.) 1305 

Diversions of Purley. Tooke, J. H. 

—2124 

Diversions of the Echo Club. Taylor, B. 

55 pp. (Atlant. Mimfhly. v. 29, 1872, pp. 76, 169, 269, 446, 
577, 710; v. 30, 1872, p. 76.) 

Diversis ehronicis et gestis, Ex. 64 pp. 

(Bouquet, M., Rec. hist. Gaules, v. 5, p. 384; v. 6, p. 239 ; 
V. 7, p. 270; V. 9, p. 82; v. 10, p. 316; v. 11, p. 416.) 

Dives. 1 p. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 75, 1854, 

p. 36.) 

Divina coniniedia. La. Dante Alighieri. 

Opere. v. 1-3. 
Divina retribucion. Palma, A. de. 3525 
Divination. 

Bouche-Leclercq, a. Histoire de la divi- 
nation dans Tantiquite. 1879-82. 4 v. 

Lexormant, F. La divination et la sci- 
ence des presages chez les Chaldeens. 1875. 

Nares. R. Essay on the demon, or divi- 
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Calla-vray, H. On divination and analogous phe- 
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123 pp. (Bohn, H. G., Class, iibr. )— Dlvliiation, 
wltcltcraft, and mesmerism. 21 pp. {Dublin Univ. 
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presages et la divination chez les Chaldeens. 26 pp. 
( Correspondant, n. 8. v. 58, 1874, p, 1252.)- Thorns, W. 
J. Divination by the blade-bone. 4 pp. {Folklore 
Record, v. 1, p. 176.)— Venerlo.G, A. D« oraculls et 



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dlvinatlonlbus antiquorum. 18 pp. (Gronovius, J., 
Then. Gr. aniiq. v. 7, p. 325.) 

f-ee also Fortnue-telling.— Palmistry. — Pre- 
diction. 

Divine centiirie of spirituall sonnets. 

Barnes, B. (Park, T., HeUconia, v. 2.) 

Divine comedy. The. Dante Alighieri. 

3 V. 1343 

Divine government. Method of the. 31 

pp. {N. Brit. Bev. v. 13, 1850. p. 509.) 

Divine legation of Moses demonstrated. 

Warburton, W. Works, v. 1-6. 
Divine life. The. Baxter, R., Practical 

works, V. 13, p. I. 

Divine life and its way. Alger, W. R. 26 

pp. ( Chr. Exam. v. 80, 1866, p. 34.) 

Divine litnrgy of St. Mark. Malan, S. C. 

—1346 
Divine poems. Quarles, F. 1388 

Divine Pymander. See Hermes Mercu- 

rius Trismegistus. 
Divine right of kings. Gairdner, J. 19 

pp. [Contemp. Rev. v. 3, 1866, p. 99.) 

Divine songs of the Muggletonians. Frost, 
J. and I. —1258 

Divine tragedy. The. Longfellow, H. W. 

3365 

Divine weekes and workes. Saluste du 
Bartas, G. de. 1371 

Divine worship in England in the 18 and 
14 centuries. Chambers, J. D. — 1853 

Diving. Steedman, C. In his Manual of 

swimming, p. 141. 31 pp. 

Diving bell. The. 4 pp. [Blackwood'^ s Mag. 

V. 17, 1^5, p. 336.) 

Divining rod, Chevreul, M. E. De la 
baguette divinatoire. 1854. 

Baring-Croiild, S. The divining rod. 36 pp. (Inhis 

Curious myths ot the middle ages, p. 55.)— FIslte, 
J. The descent of fire. 32 pp. (inhis Myths and myth- 
makers, p. 37 ; and Atlant. Monthly, v. 27, 1871, p. 529.)— 
HardivlclE, C. The divining, or wish rod. 15 pp. {In 
7m Traditions, Superstitions, e(c., p. 252.)— History of 
tlie divining rod ; with the adventures of an old rods- 
man. 19 pp. (Dem. Rev. v. 26, 1850, pp. 218, 317.)— 
Mayo, H. The divining rod. 21 pp. (In his Truths 
contained in popular superstitions, p. 1.) 

Divinity. See Theology. 

Divinity of Christ. See Jesus Christ. 

Divixio da Bibbiena, Bernardo, CfetrdmaZ. 

1470-1.520. La calandrla, com media. 147 pp. (Teatro 
Hal. antico, v. 1, p. 193.) 

Divorce. 

Tebbs, H. V. Essay on the scripture doc- 
trines of adultery and divorce. 1823. 

WooLSEY, T. D. Essay on divorce, and 

divorce legislation. 1869. 

JVo<«.— From the New Englander, v. 26, 1867, pp. 88, 
212. 482 ; v. 27, 1868, pp. 12, 517, 764. 

Allen, N. Divorces in New England. 17 pp. (iV. 

Am. Rev. v. l:JO, 1880, p. 547.)— Berriat-Saint-Prix, 
J. Observations eur le divorce et l'adoi)tlon, et 
sur I'usage ou I'abus qu'en faisalent k Home les 
grandes families et surtout celle des premiers C6- 
aars. Remarquos sur les families . . . comprises 
dans notre tableau g£n6aloglque. 54 pp. 1 pi. (Soc. 
rof. des antlq. de France, Mf.m. v. 10, 1834, p. 1.)— Bol- 
Ian. W. Letter relative to laws of divorce in New 
England. 7 pp. (Mass. Hist. Soc. Coll. v. 6, 1799, p. 41.) 
— CouinKton, J. Doelllnger's interpretation of 
Christ's precept about divorce. 6 pp. (Vnntemp. Rev. 
V. 11, 1869, p. 1.)— Coualdcrntions on the law of 
divorce. 12 pp. (Hlackwimfs Mag. v. 26, 1829, p. 7.56.)— 
DavU, N. H. Divorce. 24 pp. (InUmat. Rev. v. 1, 
1874, p. 7M.)— Dike, 8. W. Facts as to divorce In New 
England. 8a pp. (Cook, F. .1., and others, Chritl and 
ntodem Uumght, p. 197.)— Divorce and divorce laws. 
30 pp. (Brnumion'i Qttarl. Rev. New York 8. v. 4,1869, 
p. 473.)— EnglUh law of divorce. 19 pp. {Wtitm. 
Bev. n. B. V. 9. IWMJ, p. 3aa)~Krnonf, A. A., Baron. Le 
divorce el la rtvolotlon. 23 pp. ( Corruponiant, n. e. 
T. m, 1880, p. 22.)— Bxpoatnlallon with the law 



of divorce. 5 pp. (Eraser's Mag. v. 1, 18:30, p. 427.)— 
Gladstone, W. E. The bill for divorce, 1857. 60 pp. 
{In his Gleanings of past years, v. 6, p. 47 ; and Quart. 
Kev. v. 102, 1857, p. 251.)— Hincmar, Abp. of Rheims. 
De dlvortio Lotharll regis et Tetbergae reginae. 77 
pp. (Mlgue, -J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. v. 125, p. 619.)— Jnda, 
L. De dlvortio. 4 pp. (Goldast, M., Rerum Alamannic. 
script. V. 3, p. 153.)— I«aw of divorce. 8 pp. {Dublin 
Rev. V. 50, 1861, p. 234; N. Am. Rev. v. 90, 1860, p. 414.)— 
I<aws of marriage and divorce. 28 pp. {Westm. 
Rev. n. s. V. 26, 1864, p. 442.)— Loomis, H. Jr. Divorce 
legislation. 18 pp. (New Englander, v. 25, 1866, p. 411.) 
— Marriage and divorce. 16 pp. (Southern Rev. v. 9, 
1871, p. 124.)— Marriage and divorce bill. 32 pp. 
(N. Brit. Rev. v. 27,1857, p. 162.)— Milton, J. The doc- 
trine and discipline of divorce. 132 pp. {Works, v. 4, 
p. 1.)— Ozanam, A. F. Du divorce. 38 pp. (CEuvres, 
V. 7, p. 173.)— Savigny, F. C. Ueber die erste ehe- 
Bcheidung in Rom. 6 pp. (Berlin. Altad. wissens. Hist, 
klasse Abhandl. 1814-15, p. 61.)— On the Scots' law^ of 
divorce. 10 pp. {Blackwood's Mag. v. 2, 1818, pp. 176, 
539.)— Selden, J. Uxor Ebralca, seu de nuptiis et di- 
vortils ex jure clvlli. 166 pp. (Opera omnia, v. 3, p. 
529.) 
• See also Marriage. 

Divns Caesar. Fronde, J. A. Short studies 

on great subjects, s. 3, p. 241. 

Dix, Miss Dorothea Lynde. Brockett, L. P., 

and Vaughau, Mrs. M. C. In titeir Woman's work in 
the civil war, p. 97. 12 pp. 

Dix, John. Life of Thomas Chatterton : in- 
cluding his unpublished poems and corres- 
pondence. London, 1851. 16°. 4837 

Foster, J. Dlx's lite ot Thomas Chatterton. 19 pp. 

{C)-i/.. essays, v. 2, p. 507.) 

Dix, John Adams, LL. D. 1798-1879. Speeches 
and occasional addresses. New York, 1864. 
3 V. 8°. 1343 

Contents. African colonization, v. 2. — Agricnl- 
tnre of Bfew Yorlc, v. 2. — Opinion on two questions 
of alienism, v. 2.— California claims, v. 1.— Trade 
with Canada, v. 1. — French spoliations, v. 1. — 
Geological report, v. 2. — On Hon. Dixon H. Liewis, 
v. 2. — Ijleutenant-General of the army, v. 1. — Ap- 
portionment of members of congress, v. 2.— Re- 
port on the militia system, v. 2.— Growth of Bfew 
York; city, v. 2. — Memorials of officers in Mexico, 
V. 2 Oregon question, v. 1. — Territorial govern- 
ment in Oregon, v. 1. — Minister to the Papal States, 
V. 1 Pilot laws, v. 2. — Proclamation to the peo- 
ple of New York, v. 2.— The rebellion in liouis- 
iana, v. 2. — Rural life and embellishment, v. 2. — 
Progress of science, v. 2.— Education of teachers, v. 
2. — Governments in the territories, v. 1. — Territo- 
ries acquired from Mexico, v. 1. — Three million 
bill, V. 1.— War with Mexico, v. 1.— War with 
Tripoli, V. 2. — Warehouse system, v. 1. — Yuca- 
tan bill, V. 1. 

Memoirs of ; compiled by his son, Mor- 
gan Dix. 1883, 3 V. 

Dix, Morgan. Memoirs of John Adams Dix. 
New York, 1883. 3 v. 8°. 3774 

Dix, William Giles. The American state and 
American statesmen. Boston, 1876. 13°. 

—1348 

Dix ann^es d'exll. Stael-Holstein, A. L. 
G. N., Baronne de. CEuvres compl. v. 15. 

Dix ans d'6 1« des historian es. Thierry, A. 

3446 

Dix Co^e,, Africa. Hartley, Mrs. B. Black 

Christmas at Dix Cove. 7 pp. {Atlant. Monthly, v. 26, 
1870, p. 678.) 

Dix-huiti^nie si dele a I'fetranger, Le. 

Sayous, A. 3 v. 3316 

Dixinude, Jan van, Canon of St. Martinis, 

Ypres. 15 cent. Laetste deel der Kronyk. 79 pp. (Smet, 
J. J. de, Rec. chron. Flandre, v. 3, p. 31.) 

Dix-neiividme sidcle, Histoire du. Ger- 
viuus, G. G. 33 v. 3433 

Dixon, Edmund Saul. Ornamental and do- 
mestic poultry : their history and manage- 
ment. 2 ed. revised and enlarged. Londpn, 
1860. 13°. • —4687 



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I>ixoil, Francis B. Handbook of marine in- 
surance and average. New York, 1866. 
8°. —1393 

I>ixon, Frederick. Geology and fossils of 
tertiary and cretaceous formations of Sussex. 
London. 1850. 4°. —1622 

Dixon, James, D. D. [Notice of.l 25 pp. 

(London Quart. lUc. v. 42, 1874, p. 368.) 

I>ixon. James Henry {Ed.) Ancient poems, 
ballads, and songs of the peasantry of Eng- 
land. London, 1846. 8°. [Percy Soe.\. 11.) 

1358 

{Ed.) Garland of good-will. See Delo- 

ney. T. 

[Ed.) Scottish traditional versions of 

ancient ballads. London, 1845, 8°. [Percy 
Soc. V. 17.) 1358 

IDixon, Jane. Alboin's feast. 2 pp. {Era- 
ser's Mag. n. s. v. 6, 1872, p. 207.) 

]>ixon, Richard Watson. History of the 
Church of England from the abolition of the 
Roman jurisdiction. London. 1878-81. 2 v. 
8°. V. 1. 1529-37 : v. 2, 1538-48. —1264 

I>ixon, William Henry. 1783-1854. Fasti 
Eboracenses. Lives of the Archbishops of 
York. Ed. and enlarged by Rev. James 
Raine. v. 1. London, 1863. 8°. 3842 

Dixon, William Hep worth. 1821-79. British 
Cyprus. London, 1879. 8°. 1404 

History of two queens. I. Catherine of 

Aragon. II. Anne Boleyn. 2 ed. London, 
1873-74. 4 v. 8°. 3831 

BListory of William Penn, founder of 

Pennsylvania. A new ed. London, 1872. 
8°. (Rev. of in Edin. Rev. v. 94, 1851, p. 229.) 

3894 

The Holy Land. London, 1865. 2 v. 8°. 

(Rev. of in Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 65, 1865, p. 
483.) 1474 

The London prisons : with an account of 

the more distinguished persons who have 
been confined in them. To which is added, 
a description of the chief provincial prisons. 
London, 1850. 12°. —2347 

New America. London, 1867. 2 v. 8°. 

(Rev. of in Dublin Rev. n. s. v. 8, 1867, p. 316 ; 
London Quart. Rev. v. 28, 1867, p. 293 ; South- 
em Rev. V. 1, 1867, p. 462 ; Westm. Rev. n. s. 
V. 31, 1867, p. 401.) 2463 

Personal history of Lord Bacon. From 

unpublished papers. London, 1861. 8°. (Rev. 
of in Brit. Quart. Rev. v. 33, 1861, p. 391 ; 
Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 57, 1861, p. 321 ; v. 64, 
1864. p. 363 ; Edin. Rev. v. 113, 1861, p. 309 ; 
London Quart. Rev. v. 16. 1861. p. 372 ; New 
Englander. v. 21, 1862. p. 37 ; N. Am. Rev. v. 
93, 1861. p. 149.) 4814 

Robert Blake, admiral and general at 

sea. Based on family and state papers. 
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p. 182.) — To Dora, a poem. 1 p. (Scribner's Monthly, 
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(Scribner's Monthly, v. 12, 1876, p. 88s.)— Visit of the 
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Dodge, Richard Irving. Plains of the Great 
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Dodge, Robert. Memorials of Columbus, 
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Dodington, George Bubb, Baron of Mel- 
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8, 1749, to February 6, 1761 ; with an appen- 
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Thomsoli, K. and .T. C. George Bubb Dodington, 

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Dodoens, Rembert. Niceron, J. P. . M^m. 

do8 hommes, v. 34. 

Dodona, Greece. Carapanos, C. Dodone 
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Bergk, T. Loosuugen. Dodona. 6 pp. (Philolngxu, 

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Crenzer, G. F. Ueber Joseph Arneth's Tauben-ora- 
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Dodridge. See also Doddridge. 

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kings of England, from William the Norman 
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Poetical works, and life of. Edinburgh, 

1795. 8°. (Anderson, R.. Brit, poets, v. 11.) 

Miscellanies. London, 1777. 2 v. 8°. 3365 

Cnn'ents. Agricultures a poeni, v. 2. — Blind 
beggar of Be^hnal Green, v. 1.— Cleone, v. 2. — Es- 
says aiul poeiis, V. 1. — Oeconomy of human life, v. 
2.— King and the niiiler of Mansflfid, v. 1. — Chronicle 
of the kings of England, v. 1. — Melpomene, v. 2. 
— The art or preaching, v. 1. — Rex and Poutifex, v. 1. 
— Right of mankind to do what thev will asserted, 
V. 1. -Sir John Cockle at court, v. l.-Toy 8hop,v. 1. 

(Ed.) Fugitive pieces on various sub- 
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2 V. p. 8°. 1256 

Contents. Attlret, F. Particular account of the 
emperor of China's gardens, near Pekln, v. 1. — 
Cooper, .T. G. Project for raising an hospital for 
decayed authors, v. 2. — Modest defence of gamlug, 
V. 1.— Hay, W. Daformity, v. 1 Hentzner, P. Jour- 
ney into England in the year 1598. v. 2.— Johnson. A. 
Luclua slue concubltu, v. 1. — Lancaster, X. Plan 
of an essay upon delicacy, v. 1. — Slacpherson, J. 
Fragments of ancient poetry, collected in the High- 
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— Pretty gentleman, v. 1. — Vindication of natural 
society, v. 2. — Spence, J. Crito : or a dialogue on 
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tween a most celebrated man of Florence; and one, 
scarce ever heard of. In England, v. 2.— HistJ^ry and 
antiquities of the ancient villa of ^Vheatfield, v. 2.— 
Whitvrorth, C, Lord. Account of Russia as it was 
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Select collection of old plays. A new ed. 

with additional notes and corrections, by the 
late Isaac Reed, Octavius Gilchrist, and the 
editor, [with] supplement, ed. bv J. Pavne 
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Contents. Appius and Virginia, v. 12.— Bale, J. 
God's promises, a morality, v. 1.— Barry, L. Ram- 
alley, or merry tricks, v. 5.— Brewer, .4.. Lingua, or 
the combat of the tongue, and the five senses for su- 
periority, V. 5. — Brome, R. .K jovial crew, or the 
merry beggars, v. 10 — Cartvrright. W. The ordi- 
nary, V. 10. — Chapman, G. All fools, v. i; The 
widow's tears, v. 6.— Cooke, J. Greene's tu quoque, 
or the city gallant, v. 7.— Davenant, Sir W. The wits, 
V. 9.— Davenport, R. The city night cap, v. 11.— 
Decker, T. The honest whore, v. 3. — Dlgby, G. 
Elvira, v. 12.— Edwards, R. Damon and Piihias, v. 
1. — Field, N. .\tnends for ladies, v. 13 ; A woman Is a 
weathercock, v. 13.— Fisher, J. Fulmus Troes, the 
true Trojans, V. 7.— Gamier, R. Cornelia, tr. by T. 
Kyd, V. 2.— George a Greene, the pinner of Wake- 
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and friar Bi;ng\y, v. 8— Grim, the collier of Croydon, 
'^'- 1.— Habington, W. The queen of Arragou. v. 9. — 
Heyw^ood, J. The four P's, v. 1.— Heyw^ood,T. A 
woman killed with kindness, v. 7; The four preutises 
of London, v. 6.- Hughes, T. The misfortunes of 
Arthur, V. 13.— Jerouimo, pt. 1, v. 3.— Jonsou, B., 



and others. Eastward hoe, v. 4; The widow, v. 12.— 
KiUegre w, T. The parson's wedding, v. 11. — Kyd, 
T. The Spanish tragedy, v. 3. — Ijodge, T The wouuds 
of civil war, v. S. — Lydgate, J. Chichevache and 
Bycorne. v. 12. — I^yly, J. Alexander and Canip-ispe, 
V. 2. — Sfaehln, L. The dumb knight, v. 4. — Marlo-w, 
C. Edward II, v. 2; The Jew of Malta, v. 8.— Mar- 
mlon, S. The antiquary, v. 10. — Marston, J. The 
malcontent. V. 4.— May, T. The heir, v. 8; The old 
coufile, V. 10. — Mayne, J. The clty-:natch, v. 9. — 
Mei-ry devil of Edmonton, v. .5.— Middleton, T. A 
mad world, my masters, v. 5; The mayor of Qulnbor- 
ough, V. 11. — and Decker, T. The roaring girle ; or, 
Moll Cut-purse, v. G.— Mnnday, .K. The downfall of 
Robert, Earl of Huntington, v. 13.— and Chettle, H. 
The death of Robert Earl of Huntington, v. 13.— afab- 
bes, T. Microcosmus, v. 9. — Nash, T. Will Summer's 
last will and testament, v. 9. — Jfeitv cnstome (a mor- 
ality playj. V. 1.— Peele, G. The chronicle of Edward 

1, V. 11. — Randolph, T. The muses' looking-glass, 
V. 9. — Rowley, W. .A match at midnight, v. 7.— Sack- 
vllle. T. Ferrex and Porrex. v. 1. — Still, J. Gammer 
Gurtou's needle, v. 2.— Snckling, J. The goblins, v. 
10.— Tailor, R. The hog hath I(>8t his pearl, v. 6.— 
Tomkis, (— ). .Albumazar, v. 7. — Tonrnenr, C. 
The revenger's tragedy, v. 4. — Tnke, S. The adven- 
tures of five hours, v. 12.— "Webster, .t. The white 
devil, or Vittorla Oombona, v. 6. — Wilkins. G. The 
miseries of inforced marriage, v. .5.— Wilmot, R. 
Tancred and Gismunda, v. "2. — Worlde, The, and the 
chylile, V. 12. — Wright, J. Historla histrionlca, an 
historical account of the English stage, v. 1. 

Cleone. 19 pp. (Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit, drama, v. 

2, p. 4%.)— The King and the miller of Mansfield. 9 
pp. (Scott. .Sir W.. M)d. Brit. (irama,v. 5, p. 88.)— Mil- 
ler of Mansfield. 6 pp. {London ttage, v. 4.) — Poems. 
37 pp. (Chalmers, A., Eng. poets, v. 15, p. 327.)— Sir 
John Cockle at court. 9 pp. (Scott, Sir W., .Wort. 
Brii. drama, v. 5, p. 97.) — Songs. 2 pp. (Campbell, T., 
Brit, poets, v. 6, p. 26.) 

Chalmers, \. Life of D. 11 pp. (In hit Eng. poets, 

V. 15. p. 313.)— Davenport, R. -A. In his Lives of In- 
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I>odso]i, James. — 1757. Mathematical re- 
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near five hundred questions, mostly selected 
from scarce and valuable authors. London. 
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]>ods worth, Edward. Brief e of memorialls 

observed and written by. 4 pp. (Purchas, S., flispi/- 
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I>odswortli, Roger. 1585-16.54. Catalogue 

of the MSS written or collected by . . . and now de- 
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]>od8WOrth, William. Delusions concern- 
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Dodwell, Edward. 1767-1832. Classical 
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during the years 1801, 1805 and 1806. Lon- 
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Views and descriptions of Cyclopian. or, 

Pelasgic remains in Greece and Italy ; with 
constructions of a later period. . . . London, 
1833. fo. 1731 

Dodwell, Henry. 1641-1711. Praelectiones 
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DLssertationes Cyprianicae tres: De vlsionlbus; 

De presbyterls doctorlbus; De secundo martyrll bap- 
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— Chronologia perseentlonnm ; Dissertatio de 
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Brokesby, F. Life of H. Dodwell. 1715, 

2 V. 

Kiceron, .J. P. Mem. des hommes, v. 1. 

Doederleili, Ludwig. 1791-1863. Homer- 

isches glossarium. Erlangen, 1850-58. 3 v. 
in 2. 8°. 3273 

Lateinische synonyme und etymologieen. 

Leipzig, 1826-39. 7 v. 8°. —2117 



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Handbook of Latin synonymes. Tr. from 

the German, by Rev. H. H. Arnold. London, 
1841. 8°. —2116 

Lateinische wortbildung. Leipzig, 1839. 

8°. (In his Lateinische synonyme, v. 7.) 

—2117 

Scliwelier, H. Hornerlsches glossariuin. Von L. 

Doederlein. 12 pp. [Zeits. f. rergleich. sprachforsch. v. 
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I>oeflr, Hendrik. Herinnerungen uit Japan. 

23 pp. (Kev. of lu QuarK Rev. v. 56, 1836, p. 415.) 

]>oeliler, Eduard. Entstehung und ent- 
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Doehne, Rev. J. L. A Zulu-Kafir dictionary 
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lustrations and examples ; preceded by an 
introduction on tlie Zulu-Kafir language. 
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I>oeliriligf Heinrich. Life and characteris- 
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I>oell, Johann Christian. Lehrbuch der 
englischen sprache nach Hamiltonischen 
grundsaetzen. mit einer sammlung von mus- 
terstuecken der englischen literatur und 
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—2124 

Doellinger, Johann Joseph Ignaz von. 
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the Papacy and the temporal power. Tr. by 
William Bernard Mac Cabe. London, 1862. 
8°. (Rev. of in Dublin Rev. v. 52, 1863, p. 
467 ; Edin. Rev. v. 116, 1862, p. 261.) —3206 

Fables respecting the Popes of the middle 

ages. A contribution to ecclesiastical his- 
tory. Tr. with introduction and appendices 
by Alfred Plummer. London, 1871. 8°. 
(Rev. of in Dublin Rev. n. s. v. 18, 1872, p. 
351.) —3295 

The first age of Christianity and the 

Church. Tr. by Henry Nutcombe Oxenham. 
London, 1866. 2 v. 12°. —1267 

The Gentile and the Jew in the courts of 

the temple of Christ : an introduction to the 
history of Christianity. From the German 
by N. Darnell. London, 1862. 2 v. 8°. —1205 

Hippolytus and Cullistus : or, the church 

of Rome in the first half of the 3 century. 
Edinburgh, 1876. 8°. —3205 

History of the church, tr. from the Ger- 
man, by Rev. Edward Cox. London, 1840- 
42. 4 V. 8°. —3204 

The Pope and the council. See Huber, 

V. A. 

Prophecies and the prophetic spirit in the 

Christian era. Tr. with introduction, notes, 
and appendices by Alfred Plummer. Lon- 
don, 1878. 8°. —4213 

[Ed.) Ungedruckte berichte und tage- 

buecher zur geschichte des concils von 
Trient. Noerdlingen, 1876. 2 v. 8°. —8204 

- Conlngtoii, J. DoolHiiKer'H Intorpretntlon of 
Christ's procept nhout divorce. B pp. {Conlemp. Her. 
T. ll,im», p. 1.)— DoelliiiKer anrt the Catholic 
eliureh criala In liiiviirlu. 12 pp. {('nnienif). Ken. v. 
17, 1R71, p. 201.1— DoclIinf(er und the temporal 
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(Jatholic moverneut in Oormany. fl pp. (Scribntv't 
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See also Old Catholic church. 

I>oerfli]ig9 Georg, Baron von. Leben. 28 

pp. (Paull, C. F., Leben grosser helden, v. 9, p. 1.) 

Doering, Matthaus. 1415-94. Continuatio 

chronic! Theodorlci Engelhusil. 32 pp. (Mencke, J. 
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Does, Georg van der. Circa 1574-1600. De 

itlnere suo ConstantinopoUtano. 22i)p. (Gronovlus, J., 
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Niceron, J. P. M^m. des hommes, v. 18. 

I>oes, Jacob van der. Blanc, A. A. P. C. In 

his Hist, des pelntres : Ecole hoUaudalse, v. 2. 4 pp. 

Nicerou, J. P. M6m. des hommes, v. 18. 

I>oes, Jan van der. Niceron, J. P, Mem. 

des hommes, v. 18. 

Does protection protect? Grosvenor, 
W. M. —1394 

Doggerel in a dormant- window. 2 pp. [Dub- 
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Dogget, Thomas. Old Irish actor and his 

times, An : from 1691 to 1721. 16pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. 
V. 63, 1864, p. 513.) 

Doggett, Henry. Life and campaigns of 
Napoleon Buonaparte, Emperor of France. 
Baltimore, 1832. 18°. 3767 

Doggett, John, Jr. Short narrative of the 
horrid massacre in Boston, perpetrated in 
the evening of the fifth day of March, 1770. 
Boston, 1849. 8°. 2633 

Tlie German emigrants, a sketch of life. 3 pp. 

(Harper's Mag. v. 4, iNVi, p. 183.) 

Doglioni, Giovanni Nicolo. 17 cent. Disser- 

taiiode origine et antiqultate clvitatlsBelluniejusque 
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Dogmata ortliodoxa quae exposuerunt 

sancti apostoll, omnesque SS. putres, atque oecume- 
nicl d<ictores, auctore anonymo Becueciano. [Gr. et 
Lat.] 6 pp. {Migne, J. P., Patr'ol. s. Gr. v. 98, p. 1229.) 

Dogmatic theology. See Theology. 
Dog-Persian "in excelsis." Smythe, R. 

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papers, i). 78. 

Dogs. 

Berjeau, p. C. Varieties of dogs, as they 
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BiSCHOFF, T. L. W. Entwickelungs- 

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Jesse, E. Anecdotes of dogs. 1858. 

Jesse, G. R. Researches into the history 

of the British dog. 1866, 2 v. 

Mayhew. E. Dogs : their management. 

n. d. 

Richardson, H. D. The dog : its origin, 

natural history . . . n. d. 

Smith, C.H. Dogs. 1854-56, 2 v. (Jar- 
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Walther, F. L. Der hund. 1817. 

Anecdote of a doar. 3 pp. (Harper's Mag. v. 2, 

1851, p. 97.)— Beecher, C. E. The little black dogs of 
Berkshire. 8 v.p. (Harper's Mag. v. 33, 1865, p. 722.)— 
Brotvn, J. Our dogs. 32 pp. (In his Horro subso- 
clvip, V. 2, p. 135.) — Carroll, A. L. An apology for 
dogs. 2 r)p. (Harper's Mag. v. 86, 1867, p. 191.)— Chap- 
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219.)— Chapter on dogs of several of my acqualn- 
Umces. 65 pp. (^Fraser's Mag. v. 24, 1841, pp. 578, 702 ; 
V. 25, 1842, PI). 25, 192, .304, 390.)— Chapter o'n penin- 
sular dogs. 8pp. (/«(i(A-iooorf'» A/a*/. V. 80, 1856, p.«2C.)— 
— Consciousness ofdogH. 33pp. (Quart. Rev. y.VAi, 
1R72, p. 420.)-Desultory dottin^s doivn upon'dogs. 
6 pp. (WarkwooiV s Mag. v. 45, 1839, p. 475.)--Dog break- 



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Ing » the pocket and the stud. 26 pp. { Quart. Rev. v. 
84, X849, p. 344.)— Concerning dog-stealliiR. 9 pp. 
{Fraser's Mag. v. 30, l»i4, p. 322.)— Dogs of history 
and romance. 36 pp. ( Quart. Rev. v. 109, 1861, p. m.) 
— Gaza,T. Laudatlo canls. [Gr. «t /;a<.] 10 pp. (Mai, 
A., Fatrum nav. bihlioth. v. 6, pt. 2, p. 203; Migne, J. P., 
Patrol, s. Gr. v. 161, p. 985.)— Gneldengtedt, A. I. 
Schacalae historla. 26 pp. (St. Petersburg .^cad. Nori 
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tion of the wild dog of the Himalaya. 17 pp. 3 pi. 
{Aiiat. Research, v. 18, pt. 2, 1833, p. 221.)— Blan's ra- 
mlllar companion. 3 pp. (Harper's Mag. v. 7, 1853, 
p. 335.)— Natural history and origin of dogs. 26 pp. 
(xV. Brit. Rev. v. 7, 1847, p. 29.1— Sagacity of a shep- 
herd's dog. 9 pp. [Blackwood's Mag. v. 2,1818, pp. 417, 
621.)— Slianly, C. D. Dog-talk. 12 pp. [Atlant. Monthly, 
V. 4, 1»59, p. 590.)— Kew York dogs. 10 pp. [Atlant. 
Monthly, v. 29, 1872, p. 550.)— Shepherd's calendar. 
The. Class IV. Dogs. 7 pp. {Blackwood's Mag. v. 15, 
1824, p. 177.)— Thorpe, T. B. The dog, described and 
illustrated. 14 pp. (//arp«r'» iTa^. v. 10, 1855, p. 615.)— 
Tileston, W. M. Our pets and protectors. 10 pp. 
(Scribner's Mimthly, v. 16, 1878, p. 95.^— Some American 
sporting dogs. 15 pp. (^Scribner's Monthly, v. 13, 1877, 
p. 768.)— Yonatt, W. The dog. 167 pp. [Farmer's libr. 
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See also Greyhounds. — Hydrophobia. 

I>oherty, John. Sketch of. 8 pp. [DuUin 

Univ. May. v. 29, 1847, p. 740.) 

I>o1iill, Christian Konrad Wilhelm von. 
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Oder beitraege zur geschichte vom letzten 
viertel des achtzehnten und vom anfang des 
neunzehnten jahrhunderts, 1778 bis 1806. 
Lemgo, 1814-19. 5 v. 8°. (Rev. of in N. Am. 
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Dolime, Robert [Ed.) Kunst und kuenstler 
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Kunst und kuenstler Deutschlands und 

der Niederlande. v. 1. 2. 

Kunst und kuenstler Italiens bis zur mitte 

3-5. 



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Albanl, F., von H. Janlt- 

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Albenl.L. B.,von R. Redten- 

bacher, v. 3. 
Ambrogiotto. .See Giotto. 
Angelo, M. A. da C, von O. 

Elsenmann, v. 5. 
Barbarelli, G., called Gior- 

gione, von H. Luecke, v. 5. 
Barblerl, F., von H. .Janit- 

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Bartolommeo.Fra. See Pag- 

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Batoni, P.,von J. E.'Wessely, 

V. 5. 
Bazzi, G. A. de', called nSo- 

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Bellini, G., von H. Janit- 

schek, V. 5. 
Bellotto, B.,caHe'iCanaletto, 

von .J. E. Wessely, v. 5. 
Bennini, L., von K. Dohme, 

V. 5. 
Berchem, C. P., von A. von 

Wurzbach, v. 2. 
Bern ward, J?p. of Hildesheim, 

von A. Schulz, V. 1. 
Bologna, Malerschule von, 

von H. Janitschek, v. 5. 
Botticelli, Sandro or Ales- 

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V. 3. 
Boucher, F.,von B. Dohme, 

V. 6. 
Bouts, D., von O. Elsen- 
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Buouarotti, M. A., von A. 

Springer, v. 4. 
Braraante, D., von H. Sem- 
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Brouwer, A., von J. E. Wes- 
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Bruegel,J.,von J.E.Wesselv, 

V. 1. 



V, 
Contents. 

Bruegel, J., der juengere., von 
J. E. Wessely, v. 1. 

Bruegel, P., der alte, von J. 
E. Wessely, v. 1. 

Bruegel, P., der juengere,\on 
J. E. Wessely, v. 1. 

Brunellesco, F.,von H. Sem- 
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Burckmair, H., von A. Wolt- 
mann, v. 1. 

Cagliarl, V., called Veronese, 
von H. Janitschek, v. .5. 

Callot, J., von G. Klukel,v.6. 

Camblo, A. di, von E. Dob- 
bert, v. 3. 

Cauale, A., called Canaletto, 
von J. E. Wessely, v. 5. 

Cinaletto. See Bellotto, B. 

Canaletto. See Canale. 

Caraccl, A., von H. Janit- 
schek, V. 5. 

Caraccl, A., von H. Janit- 
schek, V. 5. 

Caracci, L., von H. Janit- 
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Caravagglo. See .ingelo, M. 
A. 

Chardin, J. B. S., von J. E, 
Wessely, v. 6. 

Chodowlecki, D., von R. 
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Clvitale,M.,von W.Bode,v.3. 

Claude Lorrain. See Gt«\6e, 
C. 

Contuccl, da Monte San 
Savlno, A., von A. Rosen- 
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Corrad 1 ,D. See Gh Irlandaj o. 

Correggio, A. A. da, von 3. 
P. Richter, v. 5. 

Cranach, L., von O. Elsen- 
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Cristus, P., von O. Elsen- 
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Cuyp, A., von A. von Wurz- 
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Cuyp, B., von A. von Wurz- 
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David, G., von O. Elsen- 
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David, J. li., von C. A. Reg- 
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Deutschen dombaumelster, 
von A. Schulz, V. 1. 

Donatello or Donato, von A. 
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Dov, G., von C. Lemcke, v. 2. 

Ducclo, von E. Dobbert,v. 3. 

Ducerceau, J. A., von J. 
Janltsch, v. 6. 

Duerer, A., von W. Schmidt, 
V. 1. 

Dyck, A. van,von C. Lemcke, 
V. 1. 

Elnhart, von R. Dohme, v. 1. 

Eyck, H. van, von O. Elsen- 
mann, V. 1. 

Eyck, J. van, von O. Elsen- 
mann, V. 1. 

Flesole, Fra G. A. da, von 
E. Dobbert, v. 3. 

Flesole, M. da. See Mine da 
Flesole. 

Franzoeslschen (Die) illus- 
tratoren des 18 jahrhun- 
derts, von J. E. Wessely, 
V. 6. 

Gainsborough, T., von J. 
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G«lee, C, von C. A. Regnet, 
V. 6. 

Ghlbertl, L., von A. Rosen- 
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Ghlrlandajo, D. Corradi, 
called, von K. Woermann, 
V. 3. 

Glorglone. See Barbarelli, 
G. 

Giotto, von E. Dobbert, v. 3. 

Goes, H. van der, von O. 
Elsenmann, v. 1. 

Goya, F., von H. Luecke,v.6. 

Goyen, J. J. van, von A. von 
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Greuze, J., von R. Dohme, 
V. 6. 

Grlen, H. B., von A. Wolt- 
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Gruenewald, M., von A. 
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Guglielmo, Fra, von E. Dob- 
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Hals, F., von W. Bode, v. 1. 

Hardouln-Manfart, J., von 
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Hemllug, H., von O. Elsen- 
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Hobbema, M., von A. von 
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Hogarth,W.,von J. Beavlng- 
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Holbein, H., von J. E. Wes- 
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Hooch,P. de,von C. Lemcke, 
V. 2. 

Jacobs, L. von Leyden, von 
A. Rosenberg, v. 1. 

Justus of Ghent, von O. Els- 
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Eaufmann, M. A. A., von J. 
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Kraft, A., von R. Bergau,v.2. 

Lebrun.C.von C. A. Regnet, 
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Leyden, L. van. See Jacobs, 
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Llppi, F.,von K. Woermann, 
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Llppi, Fra F., von K. Woer- 
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Lorenzettl, A., von E. Dob- 
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Lorenzettl, P., von E. Dob- 
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Lovlni. See Luinl. 

Luini, B., von C. Bmn.v. 5. 

Ma]ano, B. da, von W. Bode, 
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Maler der deutschen re- 
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Masacclo, Maso dl S. Gio- 
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Maso dl S. Giovanni. See 
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Massys, Q., von O. Elsen- 
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Matsys. See Massys, Q. 

Melre, G. van der, von O. 
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Memmi, L., von E. Dobbert, 
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Meugs, A. R., von F. Reber, 
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Messys. See Massys, Q. 

Metsys. See Massys, Q. 

Metzu, G., von C. Lemcke, 
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Mleris, F. van, von C. 
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Mignard, P., von C. A. Reg- 
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Mino da Flesole (Mlno di 
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Murillo,E.B.,von H. Luecke, 
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Jfeer, A. van der, von A. von 
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Net8cher,K.,von C. Lemcke, 
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Nlederlaendlschen land- 
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Orcagna, A., von E.Dobbert, 
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Ostade, A. van, von C. 
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Cutwater, A. van, von O. 
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Pagholo, B., von H. Luecke, 
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Palladlo, A., von R. Dohme, 
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Palma, J., II Veeehio, von A. 
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Peruglno, P. See Vannuccl, 
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Peruzzl, B., von R. Redten- 
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Piombo,S.,von J. P. Richter. 
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Pippl,G.,caned Romano,von 
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Plsano, G., von E. Dobbert, 
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Plsano, Niccolo, von E. Dob- 
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Plsano, Nino, von E. Dob- 
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Potter, P., von A. von Wurz- 
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Poussln, N., von C. A. Reg- 
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RafCaelle Sanzeo dl Urbino, 
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Rembrandt van Ryn, P. G., 
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Reni, G., von H. Janitschek, 
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Reynolds, Sir J., von J. 
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Rlbera, G., called Spagno- 
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Rlgaud, H., von C. A. Reg- 
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Robbla, A. della, von W. 
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Robustl, J. See Tintoretto. 



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—Cony, T. Extracts from the household book of. 12 
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A. HauswlrthschaftUche zeittragen. 44 pp. (^amml. 
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brotbers at £ton College in 1560. 7 pp. (Retrospect. 
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Extracts from a MS book of accouuts of. 7 pp. (Ar- 
chaeolngia, V. 15, 1806, p. 157.)— Hawes, C. P. A strug- 
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tracts from the private account book of. 27 pp. (Ar- 
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(MaaiUllan's Mag. v. 12, 1865, p. 494.)— Osgood, S. Our 
houses. 5 pp. (Harper's Mag. v. 19, 1859, p. 513.)— 
Percy, H., Earl ,->/ ybrlhtrmberland. Instructions to 
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{Scripta, p. 615; Bidet, A. F., Bibtioth. gr.)—The same, tr. 
Into English. 77 pp. {Minor works, p. 71 ; Bohn, H. G., 
Class. Libr.) 

See also BalcinK.— Bread.— Bre^vlng.— Coolc- 
ery.-Dliiiiij^.—DIiiiiers.-Drl lilting.— Eating. 
— Food. — Fuel. — Fnrniture. — Home. — Klt- 
clien. — Royal lioiiseliolds.— Servants. —Ven- 
tilation. 

Domestic economy of G. Britain, 

Historical view of the. Chalmers, G. 1584 
Domeiiitic education. See Education. 
]>omestic handicrafts. Proposed inter- 
ference with. Seebohm, F. 10 pp. (Nineltenth Century, 
V. 3, 1878, p. 370.) 

Domestic life of Thomas Jefferson. Ran- 
dolph, S. N. 3875 

Domestic manners and private life of Sir 
Walter Scott. Hogg, J. 4886 

Domestic manners and sentiments in 
England, History of. Wright, T. —1373 

Domestic manners and social condition 
of the . . . population of the West Indies. 
Carmichael, Mrs. A. C. 2 v. 1638 

Domestic manners of the Americans. 
Trollope, Mrs. F. - 1378 

Domestic medicine. See Medicine. 

Domestic memoirs of the Royal family 
... of England. Williams, F. 3 v. 1537 

Domestic mesmerism. Hood, T. Works, 

V. 7, p. 146. 

Domestic poultry. Illustrated book of. 

Doyle, M. —4687 

Domestic relations. Spencer, H. Prin- 
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Domestic taste. Principles of. Salisbury, 

E. E. 19 pp. {iV«u) ^ngftander, V. 36, 1877, p. 310.) 

Domestication. Darwin, C. R. Varia- 
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Hehn,V. Kulturpfianzen und hausthiere. 

1870, 1874. 

Frost, S. T. Darwin and domestication. 6 pp. 

(Harper's Mag. v. 36, 1868, p. 58.) 

Domesticity. Roget, A. La domesticite 

au dix-septi6me slfecle. 15 pp. {BiblioOi. univ. el rev. 
Suisse, 4 8. V. 36, 1857, p. 309.) 

Domestics. See Servants. 

Dominic, St. Lacordaire. J. B. H. Vie de 

Saint Dominique. 11 pp. {(Euvres, v. 1, p. 337.)— 
I^awrencc, E. Dominic and the Inquisition. 19 pp. 
{Harper's Mag. v. 42, 1871, p. 730.) 

Hovskiuie^Prior of Evesham., and Marleberge, 
Thomas de. Abbot of Evesham. Chronicon 
abbatiae de Evesham, ad annum 1418. Ed. 
by William Dunn Macray. London, 1863. 
8°. [Gt. Brit. Rolls chron.) 4524 

Dominican history of Ethiopia, 
Sliort account of. Geddes, M. —3276 

Dominlcanorum Colmariensium 

fasti, continentes, 1. Rerum Alsatlcarura annates; 2. 
Earundem uberlorom enarrationom 1303. 68 pp. 
(Urstls, C, Oernum. hist, illiitt. v. 2, p. 6.) 

Dominicans. Touron, A. Histoire des 
hommes illustres de I'ordre de Saint Dom- 
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Artists of tlie order of St. Dominic. 41 pp. 

(Dublin Rev. v. 25. 1S4H, p. 38C.)-Cnocarne, (— ). In 
kii IniKir life or the very Unv. Piiro Laoordalre. n. d. 
— Historia ordinis Pracdicatorum sou Dominl- 
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dalre, J. B. H. M6mulre pour le rAtabllssemeiit on 
France do rordr© des Frtres prScheurs. 160 pp. 
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1860. 12°. —4225 

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Dominie^s sons. The. 16 pp. [Fraser-s 

Mag. n. s. v. 2, 1870, p. 332.) 

Dominion of the Arabs in Spain. Conde, 

J. A. 3 V. 3527 

Dominique. 16 pp. [Blaekwood^s Mag. 

V. 66, 1849, p. 77.) 

Dominis, Marco Antonio di, Ahp. of Spalato. 

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Dominns Hyacinth us de Archange- 

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Dommartin, France. Richard, N. L. A. 

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Domnolus, St., Bp. of Le Mans. —581. 

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Lat. V. 72, p. 637.) 

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ilij. V. 7, 1S33, pp. a-2t, .v;5 ; V. >. 1833, p. 4*5.) 

I>on Sylvio von Rosalva^ Die abenteuer 

des. Wieland. C. M. Skiemmt. tcerke. v. 5. 6. 

Donado bablador. El. Yauez j Rivera. 

G. de Alcala. (Octioa, E. de, Tesoro novel, 'espah. v. 2 ; 
Rosell, C, Novel, post. Cervantes, v. 1, p. 491.) 

Donaldson, F. Influence of city life and 

occupations lu developing pulmonary consumption. 
20 pp. (Am. Pub. Health .Assoc. ReporU. v. 2, p. 95.) 

Donaldson, James, LL.D. 1831 — . Apos- 
tolical fathers ; a critical account of their 
f^enuine writings, and of their doctrines. 
London. 1874. 12°. —2204 

Critical history of Christian literature and 

doctrine from the death of the apostles to 
the Nicene council. London. 1864-66. 3 v. 
8°. —2206 

Lectures on the history of education in 

Prussia and England, and on kindred topics. 
Edinburgh, 1874. p. 8°. —2377 

Donaldson, John. British agriculture : 
containing the cultivation of land, manage- 
ment of crops, and the economy of animals, 
illustr. with 240 plates. London. 1860. r. 8°. 

—4672 

The enemies to agriculture, botanical and 

zoological. London, 1847. 8°. — 4696 

The geological staircase, containing the 

stepys of rooks and floors of alluvium. Lon- 
don. 1855. 16°. —1618 

Treatise on manures, their nature, prep- 
aration, and application. With a description 
and use of the most approved British grasses. 
To which is added, a miscellaneous article 
on farming. London, 1842. 8°. — 4686 

Donaldson, John William, Z).Z). 1812-61. 

Complete Greek grammar. 3ed. Cambridge. 

1862. 8°. —2114 
Jashar. Fragmenta archetypa carminum 

Hebraicorum in Masorethico Vet^ris Testa- 

menti textu passim tessellata. Londini. 1860. 

8°. (Rev. of in London Quart. Rev. v. 5. 1856. 

p. 455.) —1225 

The new Cratylus, or contributions to- 
wards a more accurate knowledge of the 
Greek language. 3 ed. London. 1859. 8°. 
(Rev. of in Fraser's Mag. v. 48, 1853, p. 623.) 

—2114 

Theatre of the Greeks, a treatise on the 

history and exhibition of the Greek drama. 
London, 1860. 8°. 3324 

Varronianus : a critical and historical in- 
troduction to the ethnography of ancient 
Italy, and to the philological study of the 
Latin language. 3 ed. London. 1860. 8°. 
(Rev. of in Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 45. 1855, p. 
204 ; Fraser's Mag. y. 48. 1853. p. 623.) —2113 

On English ctlinograplty-. 44 pp. (Cambridge 

eitays, 1856, p. 30. ) 

See alio Mueller, K. O. History of the literature of 
ancient Greece, continued by J. W. Donaldson. 

Donaldson. Samuel J., Jr. Lyrics and other 
poems. Phila. 1860. 12°. 1398 

Donaldson, Thomas. 1815-77. American 
colonial history : an address before the 
Maryland Historical Societv. March 29. 1849. 
Baltimore, 1849. 8°. (Maryland Hist. Soc. 
Pvb.) 3584 

Brown. G. W. Sketch of the life of Thos. 

Donaldson. 1881. 
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Donaldson, Thomas Leverton. 1795—. 
Architectura numismatica ; or, architectural 
medals of classic antiquity : illustrated and 
explained by comparison with the monu- 
ments, and the descriptions of ancient 
authors, and copious text. London. 1859. 
r. 8°. 2763 

Architectural maxims and theorems in 

elucidation of some of the principles of de- 
sign and construction ; and lecture on the 
education and character of the architect. 
London, 1847. 8°. —1785 

Collection of the most approved exam- 
ples of doorways, from ancient buildings in 
Greece and Italy. London. 1833. 4°. —1772 

Collection of the most approved exam- 
ples of doorways, from modern buildings in 
Italy and Sicily. London, 1836. 4°. —1772 

Improved farm -buildings ; comprising 

a series of designs of buildings, adapted to 
various sized farms. London. 1851. 4°. 

—1772 
Donaldson, W. Fifty-years of green-room 
gossip ; or, recollections of an actor. Lon- 
don [1881]. p. 8°. 3325 
Donatello, Donato di Belto di Bardo, called. 
Scott. L. Ghiberti and Donatello. 1883. 
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Bocchi. F. Von der vortrefflichkelt der statue 

des heiligen Georg des Florentlner bildhaaera Dona- 
tello. 54 pp. (Eitelberger von Bdelberg. B.. QiMZiM*. 
/. ktMttgesekickU. t. 9, p. 175.^ — Resenberg, A. Dona- 
tello. 21 pp. (Dohme, R., Kuiut und huensaer, v. 3.)— 
Semper, H. Donatello, seine selt nnd schale. 154 
pp. lEltelberger von Edelberg, B., Qaellens. f. Icuatt' 
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p. 271, 35 pp. ; and Lives of painters, v. 1, p. 469, 25 pp. 
;Bohn. H. G., Stand. Libr.) 

Donati, Alessandro. 1584-1640. Roma vetus 

ac recens, utriusque aedlQcils ad eruditam cognl- 
tionem expositis. 2)3 pp. vGraevlus, J. G., The*, antiq. 
Rnm. V. 3, p. 469.) 

Donati, Forese. 13 cent. Sonnets. 8. pn. 

Rossetli, D. G., Dante and his circle, p. 241.) 

Donati, Sebastiano. 18 cent. Ad novum 
thesaurum veterum inscriptionuni Ludovici 
Ant. Muratorii supplementum. Lucae, 1765. 
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Murat<jrianae. — Sciponis Maffeii artis criticae lapl- 
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classica marmorum syntagmata, accurante Chrlsto- 
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Ubertornm et servorum affectus. — I<tbertomm 
et servorum domus Augustae. — Observationes Josephl 
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veteruin inscriptionum Huratorli. — Magtstratnnitt 
et dignitatum majorum. — Walchli commentatfo de 
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arae, et dona sacra. — Trajana tabula lu museo regie 
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maticum Donatistam ; De unlco baptlsmo contra Petl- 
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coUationem ad Donatistas liber unus; De gestls cum 
Emerlto; Contra Gaudentlum Donatlstarum eplsco- 
pum. 221pp. (Migne, J. P., Pa^roi. s. ia<. V. 43, p.23.) 
—[atlribuled to.] Contra Fulgentlum Donatistam. 6 
pp. (Mlgne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. v. 43, p. 763.)— Ex- 
cerpta et sciipta Vetera ad Donatlstarum histo- 
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Hippo, Opera omnia; Migne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. v. 43, 
p. 773.) — Hlstoria Donatlstarum ; Mouuiueiita 
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Vetera ad Doiiatigtar'nin historiam pertinentla. 
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Llbri septem de scliismate Donatlstarum. Ill pp. 
(Migne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. v. 11, p. 883.) 

Sonato, Girolamo. Opus de processione 

Splritus Saneti, contra Graecum schlsma. 102 pp. 
(Mai, A., Script, vet. nov. collect, v. 7.) 

I>onato, Leonardo. — 1612. Relazione di 

Spagna, 1573. 116 pp. (AlbSri, E., Relaz. aniban. veneti, 
8. 1, V. 6, p. 349.) 

Donatns, St., Bp. of Besangon. 592-651. 

Regula ad virglnes. 13 pp. (Mlgne, J. P., Patrol, s. 
Lat. V. 87, p. 273.) 

I>onatus, -lElius. 4 cent. Ars grammatica. 

51 pp. (Kell, H., Grammat. Lal.y. 4, p. 353; Llnde- 
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mentum de comoedla et tragoedia. 3 pp. (Grono- 
vlus, J., Tlies. Gr. antiq. v. 8, p. 1687.) 

Julian, St., Abp. of Toledo. Excerpta ex commen- 

tarlo in Douatum. 16 pp. (Keil, H., Grammat. Lat. v. 
5, p. 313.) — Pompelns. Coramentum Artis Donatl. 
232 pp. (Kell, H., Grammat. Lat. v. 5, p. 81.)— Serglus. 
Explanationes Artls Donatl. 80 pp. (Keil, H., Gram- 
mat. Lat. V. 4, p. 486.)— Servlus, M. H. Commentarius 
In Artem Donatl. 46 pp. (Keil, H., Grammat. Lat. v. 
4, p. 403.) 

]>onau-Biilgarien und der Balkan. Ka- 

nitz, r. 3 V. 3472 

I>ouaiiwoerth. Knebel, J. AusderDonau- 

woerther chronlk. 28 jjp. (Baumaun, F. L., Quellen 
zur gesch. d. bauernkriegs in Oberschwaben, p. 249.) 

]>Onder(^, Franz Cornelius. 1818—. On the 

anomalies of accommodation and refraction 
of the eye. With a preliminary essay on 
physiological dioptrics. Tr. from the author's 
MB by William Daniel Moore. London, 
1864. 8°. (New Sydmham Soc.) —3774 

I>oiidi, JacoiJO. Falconet, C. Dissertation 

Kur D. 19 pp. (Inst, de France, Acad. Inscript. Hist. v. 
20, 1753, p. 440.) 

I>on<lorfr, H. Die Normannen und ihre be- 

deutung fuer das europaelsche culturleben Im mit- 
telalter. 40 pp. (Samml. wissens. vorlraege, v. 10, 1875, 
p. 259.) 

I>Ollc, John. Polydoron. 4 pp. (Rev. of 

lu Jielrospect. Iter. u. ». v. 2, 1854, p. 270.) 

J>oii<^au, Hugues. Niceron, J. P. Mem. 

<1<;h ti'iiiimes, V. ;W. 

Donc'gal, County, Ireland. Pilgi-image to 

tho Donegal hlghlnnds. 2H pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 
41, lft'>3, pp. 528, 701. )— State of Donegal-Gwoodoro, 
anrl Cloiighaneely. 10 pp. [iMhlin Univ. Mag. v. 51, 
1858, p. 7:11.) 

Dongola. Enolish, G. B. Narrative of the 
expedition to Dongola and Sennaar, under- 
taken by order of Meheninied AH Pasha. 
1822. 

I>oiiliofr, ( — ), Comtesse, MistrenH ofFredeHck 
William II. Oaullleur, E. H. I7ne doral-relue. 27 pp. 
{Bibliolk. univ. tt rev. iui$u, 4 8. v. 12, 184», pp. 67, 289.) 



Doiii. Anton Francesco. 1513-74. Novelle. 

22 pp. (Raccolla di novell. v. 2, p. 267 ; RaccoUa di novell. 
Hal. p. 1063.)— Novels. 53 pp. (Roscoe, T., Ital. nov- 
elists, y. 3, p. 151.)— Stanze dello Sparpaglla alia sllvana 
sua innamorata. 21pp. (Ferrario, G., Poesiepasior. e 
rustic, p. 307.) 
Niceron, J. P. M6m. des hommes, v. 33. 

I>oni, Giovanni Battista. 1593-1647. De res- 

tituenda salubritate agri Eomanl. 58 pp. (Salleugre, 
A. H. de, Nov. thes. antiq. Rom.y. l,p. 893.) — Dissertatio 
de utraque paenula. 4 pp. (Graevlus, 3. G., Thes. 
antiq. Rom. v. 6, p. 1149.) 

]>oni d'Alticlie, Louis. Niceron, J. P. 

Mem. des hommes, v. 24. 

Donilii? Marcantonio. 16 cent. Relazione 

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27 pp. (Rev. of in Blackwood's Mag. v. 41, 1837, p. 118; 
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Downes, Samuel. Lives of the compilers of 
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its several reviews. 2 ed. London, 1722. 



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Redmayne, J. 
Ridley, N. 
Robertson, T. 
Skip, J. 
Taylor, J. 
Thlrlby, T. 



Contents. 
Cox, R. 
Cranmer, T. 
Day, G. 
Goodrich, T. 
Heyues, S. 
Holbech, H. 
May, W. 
Appendix, containing an historical account of the 
compiling of the English liturgy. 

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Downing, Andrew Jackson. 1815-52. Arch- 
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signs for cottages, farm houses, and villas, 
with remarks on interiors, furniture, and the 
best modes , of warming and ventilating. 
Sixteenth thousand. New York, 1861. 8°. 

—1784 

Cottage residences ; or, a series of de- 
signs for rural cottages and cottage villas, 
and their gardens and grounds, adapted to 
North America. 4 ed. New York, 1860. 
8°. (Rev. of in N. Am. Rev. v. 56, 1843, p. 1.) 

—1784 

Fruits and fruit trees of America ; or, the 

culture, propagation, and management, in 
the garden and orchard, of fruit trees gener- 
ally ; with descriptions of all the finest vai'i- 



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eties of fruit, native and foreign, cultivated 
in this country. Re-vised and corrected by 
Charles Downing. Third thousand. New 
York. 1860. 12°. ^1687 

Hints to persons about building in the 

country. And hints to young architects, by 
George Wightwick, with additional notes 
by A. J. Downing. 3 American ed. New 
York. 1859. 8°. —1784 

Rural essays. Ed., with a memoir of the 

author, by George "William Curtis, and a 
letter to his friends by Frederika Bremer. 
New York [18531. 8°. —4684 

Contents. A^ricnltnre. — ^I^tter from Miss Bre- 
mer. — Letters from Kus;land.— Fi-n.it. — Horticul- 
ture. — Idiitdscape gardening. — Memoirs. — 
Rnral architecture. — Trees. 

Treatise on the theory and practice of 

landscape gardening, adapted to North Am- 
erica, with a view to the improvement of 
country residences. 6 ed. New York. 1859. 
8°. (Rev. of in N. Am. Bev. v. 56, 1843, p. 1.) 

—4684 

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Downshire. 1 p. {DtMm Univ. Mag. v. 

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voyage to the East India in the Pepper-corn, 1610. 31 
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Dowse, Thomas. Everett, E. Thomas Dowse. 

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Gr. V. 2 ) 3294 

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D. 4-2 pj.. 6 pi. (.irefcoco/o^ui, V.25, 1834, p. 188.) 

Dracontios. — circa 450. Carmina omnia. 
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Cr<n!ents. Carmen de Deo.— Eplstola dedlea» 
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Drainenr, Le. 36 pp. (Biblioth. univ. et 

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Life of Tecumseh, and of his brother the 

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3897 
]>rake, Charles D. 1811—. Biographical 

sketch of Daniel Drake. 38 pp. (Drake, D., Fioneer life 
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Brake, Daniel, M. D. 1785-1852. Pioneer 
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3872 

Natural and statistical view of Cincinnati. 14 pp. 

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Drake, 0. D. Daniel Drake. 17 pp. (New Eng. 

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of Devonshire, v. 2, p. 168.) — Second circum-naviga- 
tlon of the earth; or, the renowned voyage of Sir 
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C. Sir Francis Drake, his honorable life's commenda- 
tions, and his tr^gicall deathe's lamentations. 107 pp. 
(Poems, p. 1.)— Lieng, R. Sir Francis Drake's memor- 
able service done against the Spaniards in 1587. 54pp. 
(Camden miscel. v. 5; Camden Soc. No. 87.)— Stillman, J. 

D. B. Did Drake discover San Francisco bay? 6 pp. 
(Overld. Monthly, v. 1, 1868, p. 382.)— Voyage round the 
world in 1577-80. 39 pp. (Kerr, R., Voyages, v. 10, p. 27.) 

^ee also N. Am. Rev. v. 59, 1844, p. 70. 

Drake, Francis Samuel. Dictionary of 
American biography, including men of the 
time. Boston, 1879. 8°. L.112 

The town of Roxbury : its memorable 

persons and places, its history and antiqui- 
ties, with numerous illustrations, &c. Rox- 
bury, 1878. 8°. 2625 

Drake, Joseph Rodman. 1795-1820. Bronx. 

2 pp. (Harper's Mag. v. 16, 18.58, p. 8.)— Culprit fay. 

9 pj). (Dana, C. A., JJousehnld hook of poetry, p. 536.) 

Poems. 5 pp. (Rev. of in Dem. Rev. v. 14, 1844, p. 

197.)— Wilson, J. G. Joseph Rodman Drake. 7 pp. 
(Harper's Mag. v. 49, 1874, p. 65.) 

Drake, Nathan. 17 cent. Journal of the 1 
and 2 sieges of Pontefract castle, 1644-45. 
With an appendix of evidences relating to 
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Durham. 1861. 8°. {Surtees Soc. v. 37.) 2545 

Drake, Nathan, M. D. 1766-1836. Essays, 
biographical, critical, and historical, illus- 
trative of the Tatler, Spectator, and Guar- 
dian, Rambler, Adventurer, and Idler. Lon- 
don, 1805-10. 5 V. 12°. 2266 
Contents. Biographical sketch of Addison, v. 1. — 
On the critical abilities and taste of Addison, v. 2 — 
On the fable, imagery, and allegory of Addison, v. 2. 
— On the humour and comic painting of Addison, 
V. 2.— On the moral tendency of the periodical writings 
of Addison, v. 2.— Sketches, biographical and crit- 
ical, of the occasional contributors to the Ram- 
bler, Adventurer, and Idler, v. 5.— Tables, exhibiting 
at one view the proportions of the several contribu- 
tors to tbe Tatler, Spectator and Guardian, v. 3.— 
Biographical and critical sketches of the occasional 
correspondents of Steele and Addison, v. 3.— Lit- 
erary life of Dr. Ha\«-kes\%-ortIi, v. 5 — Literary life 

of Dr. Joknson, v. 4 Observations on the taste 

which had been generated by Steele, and Addison for 
periodical composition : enumeration of the period- 
ical papers which were written during the publica- 
tion of the Tatler, Spectator and Guardian, v. 4.— Ob- 
sei-vations on the periodical papers which have 
been published between the close of the Idler and the 
present period, v. 6.— Observations on the periodical 
papers which were written between the close of the 
eighth volume of the Spectator and the commence- 
ment of the Rambler, v. 4.— Observations on the peri- 
odical papers which were written during and be- 
tween the publication of the Rambler, Adventurer, and 
Idler, V. 5.— Taljle of periodical papers from 1709 to 
1809, V. 5. — General observations on periodical 
-Meriting, V. 1.— Biographical sketch of Steele, v. 1. — 
On the ethics and morality of Steele, v. 1.— On the in- 
vention. Imagery, and pathos of Steele, v. 1.— Obser- 
vations on the style of Steele, v. 1 — On the taste and 
critical abilities of Steele, v. 1.— On Steele's bu- 
inour and delineation of character, v. 1.— On the pro- 
gress and merits of English style, and on the style of 
Addison in i>nrtlcular, v. 2.— Observations on the ef- 
fects of the Tatler, Spectator and Guardian, on the 
taste, literature, and morals of the age, v. 3. 
Rev. of in Quart. Rev. v. 1, 1809, p. 398. 

Evenings in autumn •, a series of essays, 

narrative and miscellaneous. London, 1822. 
2 V. 8°. 1245 



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Conienti. On tlie influence of aatnnuial scenery 
over the mind and heart, v. 1. — Ou the poetry of Ber- 
nard Barton, v. 1. — On the chamcter and writings of 
Sir Thomas Browne, v. 2. — Critical remarks on " Ya- 
moydeu," a poem by Mr. E^stbnrn, v. 1. — Critical 
remarks on the " Judgment, a vision," a poem by Mr. 

Uiilbonse, v. 2 On the blindness of Homer, Os- 

sian, and MUton, v. 2.— Tixliall, or pictures of the 17 
century, being observations on a volume entitled 
" Tixhall poetry," ed. by Arthur Clifford, v. 1. — ^Val- 
ley of tbe Rye, a tale, v. 1, 2. — Remarks on social 
Tvorshlp, V. 2. 

Mornings in spring ; or retrospections, 

biographical, critical, and historical. Lon- 
don, 1828. 3 V. 8°. 1245 

Contents. Chancer, Dunbar, and Burns compared, 
V. 2.— The Cliffords of Craven, t. 1, 2.— Banks of 
the Esk. Dmmmond. of Hawthoruden, v. 1. — 
Biographical notice of -John Mason Good, v. 1. — Bio- 
graphical sketch of Rev. Richard Hole, v. 2. — On the 
influence of an early acquired love for literature, y. 
1.— Milton and (Jallleo, v. 2. — On the character of 
Ossiau, V. 1. — Ramsay, Mackenzie, Sir Walter Scott, 
V. 1.— Memoirs of Sir Philip Sidney, v. 1. — On the 
moral and literary associations connected with the 
spring of the year, v. 1. 

Noontide leisure ; or sketches in summer, 

outlines from nature and imagination, and 
including a tale of the days of Shakspeare. 
London, 1834. 2 v. 8°. 1245 

Contents. Notices, biographical and critical, of . . . 
William Alabaster, and Joseph Beanniont, v. 1. 
— On the minor poems of Dr. Beanmont, v. 2. — 
Observations on a feature in the poetry of Horace, v. 
2. — Observations, critical and miscellaneous, on an 
anonymous version of " Les jardtns," par M. l'Abb6 
de IiUle, T. 1, 2. — Montchensey, a tale of the days 
of Shakspeare, v. 1, 2.— The sheltered soUtude of a 
■nmmer's noon, favourable to the indulgence of 
fancy and meditation, v. 1. 

— Shakspeare and his times : including the 
biography of the poet ; criticisms of his ge- 
nius and writings ; a new chronology of his 
plays ; a disquisition on the object of his 
sonnets . . . London, 1817. 2 v. 4°. 3363 

Winter nights ; or fire-side lucubrations. 

London, 1820. 2 v. 8°. 1245 

Contents. Critical observations on the "Vale of 
Slaughden," a poem by James Bird, v. 2.— On the 
feelings of regret which accompany a long absence 
from our country and our home, v. 2.— Inscription for 
the tomb of Guthmn the Dane, in St. Mary's 
church, Hadlelgh, v. 1.— On the moral and domestic 
happiness of an English fireside, v. 1.— On re- 
turning to home after long absence, v. 2.— BLirton 
priory, a tale of the 17 century, v. 1, 2.— Critical ob- 
servations on "Scenes of infancy," a poem by Dr. 
I<eyden, v. 1. — On the lo-re of country and of 
home, T. 1 — Slary of Hadlelgh ; a tale in verse, v. 
1-— Critical observations on the "Domestic hours" of 
ComeUus H^eale, v. 2.— Critical observaUons on the 
"Odes and other poems" of Henry Xeele, v. 2. — On 
the English translations of Tasso's Gemsalemme 
llberata, v. 2 — On the life and martyrdom of Dr. 
Rowland Taylor, v. 1. 

— (Ed.) Memorials of Shakspeare ; or 
Sketches of his character and genius, by vari- 
ous writers, now first collected : with a pre- 
fatory and concluding essay, and notes. 
London, 1823. 8°. 3394 

ContenU. Beattie, J. On the similitude between 
fihakspeare and Homer in relation to their knowledge 
of the human heart— On Shakspeare's love of natural 
beauty. (Edin. £«».)— Camp beU,T. On the univer- 
sality of the genius of Shakspeare.— Coleridge, S. T. 
On the characteristics of Shakspeare.— Cumberland, 
R. On the characters of FalstafT and his group.— 
Delineation of Shakspeare's characters of Macbeth 
and Richard.— Shakspeare and iEschylus compared.— 
Garden, F., Lord GarOenston^ Shakspeare and Cor- 
neiUe compared.— On the genius of Shahspeare, 
and on his four dramas, Macbeth, Othello, Hamlet, 
and Lear. (Blackwood s Jfo^.j — Godwin, W. On 
the natural style of Shakspeare as contrasted with 
the romantic and burlesque. — Shakspeare and 
Chaucer compared.— Shakspeare and Chaucer com- 



pared with Homer. — Gregory, G. On Shakspeare, 

and on the character of his comedies Observations 

on the tragedy of Hanilet. \Anon.) — On the indi-cid- 
uality of Shakspeare's characters. {Quart. Rev.) — On 
the influence of Shakspeare over the human 
mind. (Retrospect. Ren.) — lAmb, C. Shakspeare com- 
pared with Chapman, Haywood, Middleton, Brook, 
Sidney, and Beaumont and Fletcher. — l<essing, G. E. 
Shakspeare and Voltaire compared, as to their use and 
management of preternatural machinery. — Macken- 
xic, H. Critical remarks on the character of FalstatC 
— Criticism on the character and tragedy of Hamlet. — 
On the method of Shahspeare. (Encyc. Meiropol.) — 
CriUcal remarks ou Othello, (jlnon-^- Schlegel, A. 
W. On the art of Shakspeare. — On the fame and ac- 
quirements of Shaksp>eare. — On Shakspeare, in refer- 
ence to the age in which he flourished. — On Shaks- 
peare's delineation of character. — On Shakspeare's 
delineation of passion.— Schlegel, E. W. F. On the 
character and feeUngs of Shakspeare.— Shakspeare 
and Calderon compared.— Stael Holsteln, A. !<. G. N., 
Barortne de. On Shaksi>eare, and on the character of 
his tragedies. — ViUemain, A. F. Life and genius of 
Shakspeare. — "Warton, J. Observations on King 
Lear. — Observations on the Tempest 

Drake, Samuel Adams. Bunker Hill : the 
story told in letters from the battle field by 
British officers engaged. Boston, 1875. 8°. 

2624 

Historic fields and mansions of Middle- 
sex. Boston. 1874. 8°. 2627 

History of Middlesex county, Massachu- 
setts, containing carefully prepared histories 
of every citv and town in the county. Il- 
lustrated. Boston, 1880. 2 v. 4°. 2623 

Nooks and comers of the New England 

coast. New York, 1875. 8°. 2636 

Old landmarks and historic personages of 

Boston. Boston, 1873. 12°. 2635 

The history of Tanhee Jim. 4 pp. (Harper's Mag. 

V. 65, 1882, p. 773.) 

]>rake, Samuel Gardner. 1798-1875. An- 
nals of witchcraft in New England, and 
elsewhere in the United States, from their 
first settlement. Boston, 1869. sm. 4°. 2636 

Biography and history of the Lidians of 

North America. Boston. 1834. 8°. (Rev. of 
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Old Indian chronicle. Boston, 1867. 8°. 

1656 

Particular history of the 5 years' French 

and Indian war in New England and parts 
adjacent, from its declaration by the king of 
France, March 15, 1744, to the treaty with 
the eastern Indians, Oct. 16. 1749. sometimes 
called Grovemor Shirley's war. with a mem- 
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4°. 1655 

Result of some researches among the 

British archives for information relative to 
the founders of New England : made in the 
years 1858, 1859, and 1860. Boston, 1860. 8°. 

2634 

Tragedies of the wilderness, or true and 

authentic narratives of captives who have 
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Witchcraft delusion in New Elngland : its 

rise, progress, and termination, as exhibited 
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iDrama and the IStage. Arrangement of 

the subdivisiuns. Art, crilicism, lilstory.— Bibli- 
ograpliy.— History of the Stage.— Kistrioiiic 
art.— Miracle, morality, mystery plays.— Mor- 
ality of the Stage. —Plays, arranged in Collections; 
Single authors; Single plays. 

I>raina and the Stage. Art, criticism, 

histcrry. 

Du Mf EIL, E. Histoire de la comedie. 1864. 
Origines latines du theatre moderne. 

1849. 
Fitzgerald, P. Principles of comedy 

and dramatic effect. 1870. 

Klein, J. L. Geschichte des drama's. 

1865-76, 13 V. in 15. 

Latham, R. G. Two dissertations on the 

Hamlet of Saxo-Grammaticus and of Shake- 
spear. 1872. 

■ Lennox, Lord W. P. Plays, players, and 

playhouses at home and abroad. 1881, 2 v. 

Lessing, G. E. Theatralische bibliothek. 

1854. (Saemmt. schriften, v. 4.) 

OssoLi, S. M. F., Marchioness. Art, liter- 
ature, and the drama. 1874. 

— ^ Peoelss, R. Geschichte des neueren 
dramas. 1881-83, 3 v. 

RoYER, A. Histoire universelle du thea- 
tre. 1869-78, 6 V. 

— ^ — Schlegel, a. "W. von. Vorlesungen 
ueber dramatische kunst und litteratur. 
1846, 2 V. {Saemmt. werke, v. 5,6.) 

■ Course of lectures on dramatic art and 

literature. 1861. 

Alison, Sir A. Romantic drama. 34 pp. [Essays 

poUt., hist, and viiscel. v. 3, p. 105.)— Banks, P. W. The 
books on my table. 17 pp. (Fraser's Mag. v. 14, 1836, 
p. 1.)— Beanmarchais, P. A. C. de. Essal sur le 
genre dramatique B^rieux. 35 pp. ((Jj'uDres, v. 1, p. 1.) 
— Bossuet, J. B. Maximes et reflexions sur la com6- 
dle. 26 pp. ( Oiuvres, v. 10, p. 753.)— Boucicawlt, D. 
Art of dramatic composition. 13 pp. [N. Am. Rev. v. 
126, 1878, p. 40.)— Decline of the drama. 11 pp. {N.Am. 
Rev. V. 125, 1877, p. 235.)— Carrifere, M. Aphorismen 
zu E. V. Hartmann's aphorismen ueber das drama. 11 
pp. (Zeits. f. philos. v. 59, 1871, p. 153.)— Casali, G. B. 
De tragoedia et comoedia lucubratio. 14 pp. (Grono- 
vlus, J., Thes. Gr. antiq. v. 8, p. 1597.)— Collln-Har- 
leville, J. F. Dialogue sur la comSdle. 9 pp. (Inst. 
de France, Mim. Lit. et beaux-arts, v. 4, 1803, p. 521.) — 
Corneille, P. Sur le poeme dramatique, sur la trag- 
edle, [et] sur les trols unites. 120 pp. {(Euures, v. 12, 
p. 255.)— Diderot, D. De la po^sie dramatique. 153 
pp. (CEuwes, V. 4, p. 429.)— Doiiatws. Fragmentum 
de comoedia et tragoedia. 3 pp. (Gronovius, J., T/tes. 
Gr. antiq. v. 8, p. 1687.)— Dramatic literature. 27 
pp. (Am. Quart. Rev. v. 8, 1830, p. 134.)— Dramatic 
ta«te. 3 pp. {Fraser's Mag. v. 1, 1830, p. 125.)— Dry- 
den, J. Ad essay of dramatic poesy. 100 pp. (Works, 
ed. by Sir W. Scott, v. 16, p. 283.)— Dude-van t, A. L. 
A. D. Essal sur le drame fantastlque. 53 pp. (Rev. 
d. deux mondes, 1839, 4 s. v. 20, p. 593.)— Eberhard, J. 
N. Ueber das melodrama. 22 pp. (Vermischte schriften, 
V. 2, p. 1.) — Employment of rhymed verse In 
English comedy. 3 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 101, ISIO, 
■ p. 264.)— Evanthiua. De tragoedia et comoedia. 3 
pp. (Gronovlus, J., Thes. Gr. antiq. v. 8, p. 1681.) — De 
fahularum, ludorum, theatrorum, scenarum, ac 
Bceulcorum antlquaconsuotudlue. 10 pp. (Gronovlus, 
J., Tket. Gr. antiq. v. 8, p. 1C93.)— Farqnhar, G. Dis- 
course upon comedy. 27 pp. ( Worfc*, v. 1, p. 75.) — 
Fashionable farces. 14 pp. (Contemp. Rev.y. 30, 
1877, p. 1041.)— Glraldi, L. G. De comoedia. 10 pp. 
(Gronovlus, J., Thes. Gr. antiq. v. 8, p. 1478.)— Greelt 
and romantic drama. 10 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. 
V. 69, 1840, p. 64.)— Gresset, J. B. L. Lottro sur fa 
com6dle. 9 pp. (Oiuvres compt. v. 9, p. 303.)— Hart- 
mann, £. von. Dus problem des traglschon. 32 pp. 
{Getamm. ttudien und au/saetze, p. 276.) — Ueber aeltere 
und modernotnigoodleiistolTo. 12 pp. (Gesamm. ttudien 
und auftaetie, p. 308.)— Zur aeHthellk des dramas. 26 i>p. 
{Gesamm. ttudien und au/taetze, \>. 251.) — Ha^^klns, 0. 
H. Dramatic art: the Mulnlugen theatro. 10 pp. 
{ilacmillan'i Man. v. 35, 1H77, p. 482.)— Ilosmer, J. K. 
The new wrinkle at Sweetbrlcr ; or, the drama lu col- 



leges. 13 pp. (Atlant. Monthly, v. 29, 1872, p. 19.)— In- 
gegnerl, A. Delia poesie rappresentdtiva. 71 pp. 
(Guarini, G., Opere, v. 3, p. 471.)— Liangsdorflf, E. de. 
La comedie politique k Athenes et k Paris. .40 pp. 
(Rev. d. devx mondes, 1851 , n. p6r. v. 10, p. 611.)— Lieaves 
from the portfolio of a manager. 142 pp. (Dub- 
lin Univ. Mag. v. 36, 1850, p. 656 ; v. 37, 1851, pp. 217,369, 
529, 647, 721 ; V. 38, 1851, pp. 39, 272, 407 ; v. 39, 1852, pp. 
423, 564, 679.)— I^essing, G. E. Abhandlungeu von 
dem vseliierlichen Oder ruehrenden lustsplele. 46 iip. 
(Saemmt. schriflen,\. 4, p. 114.) — Beitraege zur hlstorie 
und aufuahme des theaters. 136 pp. (Saemmt. schriften, 
V. 3, p. 5.)— Magnin, C. La comedie au IV siecle. 41 
pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1835, 4 s. v. 2, p. C33.) — La 
niise en scfene chez les auciens. 77 pp. (Rev. d. deux 
woncJes, 1839, 4 s. v. 19, p. 649; 1840, v. 22, p. 254; 1840, 
V. 24, p. 428.)— Theatres. Antigone. Catherine II. 16 
pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1844, n. s. v. 6, p. 894.) — Man- 
zonl, A. Lettre sur I'unite de temps, et de lieu dans 
la tragedig, etc. 63 pp. ( Opere varie, p. 409.) — Maslng, 
W. Tragische schuld. 35 pp. [Samml. wissens. vor- 
traege, v. 7, 1872, p. 603.)— Maizlni, G. On fatality 
considered as an element of the dramatic art. 39 pp. 
(Life and writings, v. 2, p. 113.) — On the historical 
drama, etc. 66 pp. (Life and writings, v. 2, p. 48.) — 
Morlalx, A. La tragedie avant Shakspeare. 19 pp. 
(Rev. d. deux mondes, 1835, 4 s. v. 4, p. 468.) — Pollock, 
W. H. The drama. 23 pp. ( Contemp. Rev. v. 28, 1876, 
p. 54.)— Preston, W. On the choice of subjects for 
tragedy. 11 pp. (Royal Irish Acad. Trans, v. 8, 1802, 
p. 3.)— Reflections on the choice of subjects for tragedy 
among the Greek ■writers. 27 pp. (Royal Irish Acad. 
Trans, v. 6, 1797, p. 13.)— Prospects of the modern 
drama. 16 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 76, 1854, p. 698.) — 
Q,ulnet, E. Du drame moderne. 12 pp. (Rev. d. 
deux mondes, 1853, n. per. 2 s. v. 2, p. 949.)— Baumer, 
F. L. G. von. Ueber die poetik des Aristoteles, und sein 
verhaeltniss zu den neuern dramatikeru. 76 pp. 
(Berlin. Akad.wissens. Abhandl. 1828, p. 113.)— Reville, 
A. Le drame rellgieux du moyen age jusqu'k nos 
Jours. 36 pp. (ifeu. d. dewx mondes, 1868, 2 p6r. V. 76, p. 
84.) — Riccobonl, L. Dissertation sur la tragedle 
moderne. 73 pp. (In his Histoire du theatre italien, 
p. 247.)— Romantic drama. The. 17 pp. (Blackwood's 
Mag. V. 60, 1846, p. 161.)— Scaliger, G. C. De comoedia 
et tragoedia. 28 pp. (Gronovius, J., Thes. Gr. antiq. v. 
8, p. 1493.)— Schiller, J. 0. F. von. Ueber das pathet- 
ische. 28pp. (Saemmi. werte, v. 11, p. 318.)— Ueber den 
grund des vergnuegens an tragischen gegenstaenden. 
16 pp. (Saemmt. werke, v. 11, p. 346.)— Cause of the 
pleasure we derive from tragic objects. 13 pp. (Essays 
aesthetical and pkilnsoph. p. 360.)— Ueber die tragische 
kunst. 24 pp. (Saemmt. werke, v. 11, p. 362.)— Scott, 
SirW. Essay on the drama. 179 pp. (Miscel.works,y. 
6, p. 217.)— Snevern, J. W. Ueber den historischen 
charakter des drama. 70 pp. (Berlin. Akad. wissens. 
Abhandl. 1825, p. 75.)— Sulater, J. G. Reflexions phil- 
osophiques sur I'utilitfe de la pofesle dramatique. 15 
pp. (Berlin. Akad. wissens. Mim. 1760, p. 326.)— French 
and English tragedy. 33 pp. (N. Am. Rev. v. 16, 
1823, p. 124.)— Tragic drama. The. 13 pp. (Quart. 
Rev. V. 17, 1817, p. 248.)— Vatry, R. Dissertation oil 
' I'on examine s'll est nficessaire qu'une tragedle soit en 
cinq actes. 11 pp. (Inst, de France, Acad. Inscript. 
Hist. V. 8, 1733, p. 188.)— Voltaire, F. M. A. de. Des 
divers changemens arrives k I'art tragique. 14 pp. 
( (Euvres compl. v. 47, p. 258.)— Voss, G. J. In his Poetica- 
rum institutiouum librl tres. 134pp. (Opera omnia,\.i.) 
See also Blackwood's Mag. v. 18, 1825, p. 240 ; v. 79, 
1856, p. 209 ; Edin. Rev. v. 49, 1829, p. 317 ; Westm. Rev. 
v. 37, 1842, p. 71. 

Note.— 'Sox criticism of a particular play, see the 
name of author in general alphabet. 

American. 

American drama. 26 pp. (Am. Quart. Rev. v. 1, 
1827, p. 331.)— Matthe-ws, J. B. The American on the 
stage. 13 pp. (J>'crt!<)jer'si/on(/4Jj/,v. 18, 1879, p. 321.)— For- 
eign actors on the American stage. 14 pp. (Scribner's 
Mimthly, V. 21, 1881, p. 521.)— Poe, E. A. The American 
drama. 33 pp. ( Works, ed. J. H. Ingram, v. 4, p. 317.) 

Armenian. 

Saint-Martin, J. Analyse d'une tragfidie armfin- 
ienne. 16 i)p. (Journ. asiat. 1 s. v. 2, 1823, p. 22.) 

Chinese. 

Ampere, J. J. Du thfiatre chlnols. 35 pp. (Rev. 
d. deux mondes, 1888, 4 s.v. 15, p. 737.)— Chinese drama. 
21 pp. ( Quart. Rev.v. 16, 1817, p. 396.)-Chine8e di-ama, 
poetry, and romance. 36 pp. (Quart. Rev. v. 41, 1829, 
p. 86. j— Davis, 3. F. Observations critiques sur la 
traduction auglalBO d'un drame chlnols. 19 pp. (Joum. 
asial. 2 b. V. 4, 1829, p. 3.)— Douglas, R. K. The Chinese 



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Hlstorija Dubroracke drame. 1S71. 



drama. 10 pp. {Conlemp. Rev. v. 37, 1880, p. 123.)— 
Klein, J. L. Das chineslsche drama. 125 pp. (In hit 
Gesch. des dramas, v. 3, p. 373.) 

Cornish. 

IJacb-Szynllx^ W. S. A Cornish drama. 10 pp. 
(Brit. Archaeol. Assoc Joum. v. 35, 1879, p. 413.) 

Dabnatian. 

Pavlc, A. 

Danish. 

Baggesen, J. I. Dramaturgisk krltik. 1847, 2 t. 
in 1. [liansle raerltr, v. 11, 12.)— Rabbek, K. L. Vllde 
det vaere til lordel for soerge.spUIet Hakon Jarl, at 
scenen med Erling blev iideladt eller forandret ? 34 
pp. [Skandin. liUeraturtelskab, v. 6, p. 309.) 

English. 

Bakeh, D. E., and others. Biographia 
dramatica : or, a companion to the play- 
house. 1812. 3 V. in 4. 

Bakek, H. B. English actors from 

Shakespeare to Macready. 1879. 2 v. 

COLEKIDGE, S. T. Notes and lectures 

upon Shakespeare, and some of the old poets 
and dramatists. 1854. (Complete works, \. 4.) 

COLUEK, J. P. History of English dra- 

1831, 3 V. 

Their majesties' servants. 



matic poetry. 

DORAX, J. 

1864. 2 V. 
Douce, F. 



Illustrations of Shakspeare, 
and of ancient manners. 1839. 

DowNES, J. Roscius Anglicanus, or an 

historical review of the stage. [Anon.] 1708. 

Elze, K. Notes on Elizabethan dramat- 
ists. 1880. 

Fitzgerald, P. Romance of the English 

stage. 1874, 2 v. 

Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O. Dictionary 

of old English plays. 1860. 

Hawkins, T. Origin of the English 

drama. 1773, 3 v. 

Haziitt, W. Criticisms and dramatic 

essays of the English stage. 1854. 

Lectures on the dramatic literature of 

the age of Elizabeth. 1840. 

Hazlttt, W. C. English drama and the 

stage under the Tudor and Stuart princes, 
1543-1664. 1869. (Roxburghe Libr.) 

Handbook to the popular, poetical, and 

dramatic literature of Gt. Britain. 1867. 

EXETN, J. L. Geschichte des englischen 

drama. 1876, 2 v. (In his Gesch. des dramas, 
V. 12. 13.) 

Mkzt kre s, A. Contemporains, et succes- 

seurs de Shakspeare. 1863. 

Pascoe, C. E. Dramatic list. 1879. 

Proelss, R. Das neuere drama der Eng- 

laender. 1882. (In his Gesch. des neueren 
dramas, v. 2, pt. 2.) 

Smith, W. H. Bacon and Shakespeare. 

An inquiry touching players, playhouses, and 
play- writers in the days of Elizabeth. 1857. 

Ward, A. W. History of English dra- 
matic literature. 1875. 2 v. 

Weiss, J. Wit, humor, and Shakspeare. 

1876. 

Alison, Sir A. British theatre. 46 pp. {Efsayt 

polit., hiit. andmitcel. y. 3, p. 551.) — Aualjrtical essays 
on the early English dramatists. 36 pp. {BlackvMod't 
Mag. V. 2, 1818, pp. 260, 656 ; v. 3, 1818, p. 556 ; ▼. 4, 1819, 
p. 66; V. 6, 18H), p. 409.)— Analytical essays on tlie 
modem English drama. 12 pp. [Blackwood's Mag. v. 
18, 1825, p. lis.)— Banks, P. W. Touching things the- 
atrical. 21pp. (Fra«r'sJ/aj.v. 8,18:13, p. 339.)— Causes 
of the decline of the British drama. 7 pp. {Black- 
wood's Mag. V. 23, 1828, p. 33.)— Chasles, V. E. P. De 
I'art dramatique, et du theatre actuel en Angleterre. 



29 pp. [Rev. d. deux mrmdes, 1840, 4 s. v. 22, p. 122.) — 
Cla-rean, A. Contemporains de Shakespeare. 36 pp. 
[Rev. contemp. 1866, v. 1, p. 385.)— Congdon,C. T. The 
decline of tragedy. 4 pp. (Harper's Mag. v. 29, 1864, 
p. 74-5.) — The players and the Puritans. 5 pp. (Harper's 
Mag. v. 27, 1863, p. 106.)— Woman in comedy. 7 pp. 
(Harper's Mag. v. 28, 1864, p. 507.)— "Damned' trage- 
dies." 10 pp. (Fraser's Mag. v. 26, 1812, p. 93.) — 
Drama in connexion Tritb tbe fine arts. 10 pp. 
(Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 28, 1816, p. 97.)- Dnuna in July 
1873. 6 pp. [Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 82, 1873, p. 240.) — 
Dranui in liondon. 11 pp. (Fraser's Mag. v. 71, 
1865, p. 124.) — Drama, past and present. 9 pp. 
(Fraser's Mag. v. 52, 1S55, p. 96.) — Report from the select 
committee on dramatic literature. 12 pp. [n'estm. 
Rev. V. 18, 1833, p. 31.) — Drantatie poetry in the age 
of Elizabeth. 29 pp. (Brit. Quart. Rev. v. 14, 1851, p. 
39.)— Dramatic retgister. 18 pp. [Quart. Rev. v. 95, 
1854, p. 71.) — Dramatic treasBrc-trove. 13 pp. 
[Fraser's Mag. v. 59, 1859, p. 65.)— Alleged decline of 
dramatic wrltlns. 7 pp. [Blackwood's Mag. v. 9, 
1821, p. 279.)— Early IDnglisli drama. 131 pp. {Re- 
trospect. Rev. V. 2, pt. 1, 1820, p. 70 ; v. 3, pt. 1, 1821, p. 
97 ; V. 4, pt. 1, 1821, p. 142; v. 11, pt.1, 1825, p. 123.)— On 
the early Elngllsh dramatists. 7 pp. {Blackwood's 
Mag. V. 2, 1818, p. 21.)— Englisli stage. The. 36 pp. 
[Weitm. Rer. n. s. v.3, 1853, p. 89.) — Knglisb trasedy. 
32 pp. [Edin. Rer. v. 38, 1823, p. 177.) — ReceutEng- 
llslk tragedy. 24 pp. (Westm. Rev. v. 33, 1840, p. 
401.)— Fleay, F. G. Who wrote our old plays ? 10 pp. 
[Macmillan's Mag. v. 30, 1874, p. 408.) — Forgnes, E. D. 
La cora^die contemporaine en Angleterre. 19 pp. 
(Rev. d. deux mondes, l&t6, n. s. t. 16, p. 1036.) — Hay- 
market theatre. 2 pp. (BlacktBood't Mag. t. 3, 1818, 
p. 588.) — Home, R. H. The burlesque and the beauti- 
ful. 17 pp. [Contemp. Rer. v. 18, 1871, p. 390.)— Hud- 
son, H. N. Origin and growth of the drama In Eng- 
land. 43 pp. (in Wi Shakespeare, p. 53.) — lrvtng,D. 
Dissertation on the early Scotish drama. 28 pp. (In 
his Lives of the ScoUsh poets, v. 1, p. 195.) — Kemble, 
F. A. On the stage. 3 pp. [Harper's Mag. v. 28, 1864, p. 
364.) — Iiamb, C. Characters of dramatic writers con- 
temporary with Shakspeare. 17 pp. ( Works, v. 2, p. 
365 ; Prose works, v. 1, p. 133.)— LaToll^e, R. Les en- 
gines du theatre anglais. 19 pp. ( Corrtspondant, n. 8. 
T. 84, 1880, p. 10S2.)— lietter to Cbarles Kemble 
and B. W. EUiston, on the present state of the stage. 
5 pp. (Blaekviood's Mag. v. 17, 1825, p. 727.) — Liondon 
oddities and outlines. 2 pp. [Blackwood's Mag. y. 14, 
1823, p. 191.)— Macaulay, T. B., Banm. Comic dra- 
matists of the restoration. 18 pp. (Essags, crit. and 
miicel. p. 438, also Edin. Rer. v. 72, 1841, p. 490.)— Met- 
ropolitan stage. The. 16 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. r. 
48,1840, p. 234.;— Mlisand, J. Le drame contempo- 
raln en Angleterre. 29 pp. [Rer. d. deux mondes, lSi9, 
n. 8. y. 4, p. 832.) — Modern British drauia. 25 pp. 
(N. Brit. Rev. v. 29, 18.58, p. 124.)- Modem comedy. 
10 pp. ( Fraser's Mag. n. s. v. 9, 1874, p. 2:35.) — Modem 
comic drama. 9 pp. [Blackicood's Mag. v. 19, 1826, 
p. 46.) — Modern dramas and dramatic writers. 6 pp. 
(Blackwood's Mag. v. 14, 1823, p. 555.) — Modem Kng- 
lish drama. 42 pp. [Dublin Rev. y. 2, 1837, p. 367.) — 
Modern English tragedy. 27 pp. [Am. Quart. 
Rev. V. 21, 1837, p. 187.)— Monnler, M. Vn Gulllaume 
Tell, anglais. 32 pp. iBiblioth. univ. et rev. suisse, v. 54, 
1875, p. 5.) — Se«I, R. B. Recollections of the stage. 
12 pp. [Fra.fer's Mag. n. s. v. 11, 1875. p. 326.)— Notice 
of the Valiant Scot, an ancient English drama. 8 
pp. [Blackwot^i's Mag. v. 16, 1824, p. 672.)— Notices of 
modem British dramatists. 14 pp. (Blackwood's 
Mag. V. 14, 1823, pp. 421, 555.)— Notices of old Eng- 
lish comedies. 17 pp. [Blackwood's Mag. v. 10, 18"il, 
p. 127 ; V. 11, 1822, p. 195.)— NoUees of the acted 
drama in London. 86 pp. [Blackwood's Mag. y. 2, ISIS, 
pp. 426, 567, 664 ; V. 3, 1818, pp. 77, 207, 329; v. 4, 1819, 
pp. 443, 708; v. 5, 1819, pp. 71, 317; v. 6, 1820, pp. 51, 
174, 386, 624; v. 7, 1820, pp. 182, 307.)— Plng-Kee's 
■vie-w of the stage. 9 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. y. 57, 
1845, p. 415.)— Plays and Puritans. 46 pp. [N. 
Brit. Rev. Y. 25, 1866, p. 1.)— Plays and their provi- 
ders. 8 pp. (Fraser's Mag. Y. 48, 1853, p. 342.)— Poets 
and players. 8 pp. [Fraser's Mag. v. 44, 1851, p. 511.) 
— Proposed reform of the Beggar's opera. 2 
pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 3, 1818, p. 575.' — Recent tra- 

Sedies. 27 pp. (Westm. Rer. v. 37, 1842, p. 321.) — 
Levie^v of an unpublished tragedy. 9 pp. 
(Black-wood's Mag. v. 48, 1810, p. 610.)— New Scottish 
plays and poems. 21 pp. [Blackwood's Mag. y. 60, 1846, 
p. 62.) — Shelton, J. Early English life in the drama. 
53 pp. [Edin. essays, 1856, p. 42.) — Smith, H. English 
drama. 31 pp. [In his Festivals . . . ancient and 
modem, p. 337.) — Sock and buskin. 20 pp. (Fra- 
ser's Mag. y. 2, 1880, p. 458; v. 4, 1831, p. 740.)— The 
Stage. 36 pp. (DubUn Rev. r. 9, 1840, p. 215.)— Stage 



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and its prospects. 7 pp. {Fraser's Mag. v. 41, 1850, 
p. 69.)— Stage of tlie past. 30 pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. 

V. 80, 1872, pp. 270, 361.)— Stage of the present. 14 
pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 80, 1872, p. 581.)— State and 
prospects of tlie drama. 32 pp. (Edin. Rev. v. 57, 
ISXi, V. 281.)— State of the acted drama. 8 pp. 
{Fraser's Jfo?. v. 38, 1848, p. 41.)— State of the British 
stage. 17 pp. (IFesini. ««!). V. 20, 1834, p. 151.)— State 
of the stage. 14 pp. (Fraser's Mag. v. 17, 1838, p. 
156.) — Taine, H. A. La comedle anglalse sous la res- 
tauration. 58 pp. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1860, 2 p6r. v. 
27, pp. 185, 371.)— Theatric representation, mech- 
anism and decoration. 16 pp. (DiMin Univ. Mag. v. 61, 
1863, p. 715.)— Touching things theatrical. 10 pp. 
(Fraser's Mag. v. 42, 1850, p. 637.)— De re vestlarla 
theatrlca ; also o£ the dramatic art, past, present, 
and to come. 15 pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 73, 1869, p. 
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Derrick, S. General view of the stage. 

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Ebers, J. Seven years of the king's the- 
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Fitzgerald, P. The Kembles, an ac- 
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New history of the English stage. 

1882, 2 V. 

Genest, J. Some account of the English 

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Hazlitt,W. C. English drama and stage 

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Kelly, M. Reminiscences. 1826, 2 v. 

Kelly, W. Notice illustrative of the 

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Malone, E. Historical account of the 

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Oxberry,W. Dramatic biography. 1825- 

27. 6 V. 

Ryan, R. Dramatic table talk. 1825. 3 v. 

Secret history of the green rooms. 1790, 

2 V. in 1. 

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Irish. 

WalUcr, J. C. Historical essay on tho Irish stage. 
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Drama and tlie Stage. Histrionic art. ■ 
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Engel, J. J. Ideen zu einermimik. 1844- 

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Lewes, G. H. On actors, and the art of 

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Murdoch, J. E. The stage, or recollec- 
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Regnault-Warin, J. B. J. Memoires 

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British theatre. The. 24 pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. 

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10 pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 85, 1875, p. 503.)— Derrick, 
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lish comedy. 6 pp. (Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 82, 1873, 
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8 Pli. (Dublin Univ. May. n. s. v. 4, 187'.», p. 340.)— Epi- 
cene gender, Tho : a tlioalrlcal uulsanco. 7 pp. 
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(•eiitili, A. De actoribus etspoctatorlbus faliularujn 
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theaterechuleu. Elii gespraeoh. 23 pp. (Oesamm.Hierke, 



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V. 12, p. 431.)— Hazlltt, W. Actors and acting. 14 pp. 
{In his Criticisms . . . ol the English stage, p. 1.)— 
Hill, A. Essay on the art of acting. 62 pp. (Work.^, 
V. 4, p. 337.)— Hopkins, W. T. Plays, players, and 
playwrights. 4 pp. [Dublin Univ. Mag. n. s. v. 3, 1879, 
p. 210.)- How^ells, W. 0. The new taste in theatri- 
cals. 10 pp. (.4i/an'. Monthly, V. 23, 1869, p. 635.) — 
Notes on the drama. 23 pp. (Dublin Unio. Mig. y.S5, 
1K75, pp. 204, 379, 743; v. 87, 1876, p. lOS.)— Oliver, M. 
Four months on tlie stage. 9 pp. [Athtnt. Monthly, v. 
21, 1868, p. 22.5.)— Paiiie, K. T., Jr. Theatrical criti- 
cisms. 55 np. (yVij)-ks, p. :iol.) — Plays, players, aud 
critics. 10 pp. {Fraser's Mag. v. 68, 1863, p. 767.)— 
Pollock., J. Art in Its dramatic aspects. 17 pp. 
(Conttrnp. Rev. v. 23, 1874, p. 363.)— The German and 
French drama. 16 pp. (Omtenp. Ree. v. 21, 1873, p. 
335.) — Racine, L. De la declamation theatrale des 
anclens. 16 pp. (Inst, de France, Aaoil. Inscript. Hist. 
V. 21, 1754, p. 209.)— Ricliellen. 9 pp. {Dublin Unic. 
M'lg. V. 82, 1873, p. 626. )— Sage, A. The Hrtmlets of the 
stage. 22 pp. (Atlant. MontJUy, v. 23, 1859, p. 665 ; v. 
24, 1869, p. 188.)— Sliakespcarian criticism and 
acting. 78 pp. {Westn. Rev. v. 44, 1846, j). 1.) — Sped- 
dlug, J. The " Merchant of Venice " at the Prince of 
Wales theatre in 1875. 12 pp. {/n /us Reviews and dis- 
cu-ssions, p. 357.)— "Twelfth night" at the Olympic 
theatre. 13 pp. {In his Reviews and discussions, p. 
344.)— Stoddard, C. W. Behind the scenes. 7 pp. 
{Atlant. Monthly, v. 34, 1874, p. 527.)— Confessions of a 
debutant. 7 pp. (Of«W..i. J/,nf/i/]/, v. 1, 1868, p. 354.)— 
Over the toot-lights. 7 pp. (Atlant. Monthly, v. 34, 1874, 
p. 168.) — A prodigal In buskins. 8 pp. {Atlant. Monthly, 
V. 34, 1874, p. 20.)— Theatrical reform: the " Mer- 
chant of Venice " at the Lvceum. 16 pp. (Bhickwood's 
Mag. v. 126, 1879. p. 640.)— Vatry, R. Dissertation ou 
Ton traite des avantages qui la tragedie ancieaue re- 
tlroit de ses choeurs. 12 pp. (Inst, de France, Acoil. 
Inscript. Hist. v. 8, 17.33, p. 199.) — Dissertation sur la 
recitation des tragedies ancienues. 13 pp. (Inst, de 
France, Acad. Inscript. Hist. v. 8, 1733, p. 211.)— White, 
R. G. On the acting of Tago. 10 pp. {A'lanl. Monthly, 
V. 48, 1881, p. 203.)— Word about onr theatres. 10 
pp. iFraser's Mag. v. 57, 1858, p. 2M.) 

I>rama and the ^(age. Mirade, mor- 
ality, mystery plays. 

Ancient mysteries from the Digby manu- 
scripts. 1835. (AbbotsfordClub.) 

AxDREiNi. G. B. Adamo, sacra rapre- 

sentatione. 1617. 

Bale, J. God's promises, a morality. 42 pp. fDods- 

ley, B.. Old plays, v. 1, p. 1.) 

Calderon de la Barca, P. For his plays «e«hl3 

name. 
Candanio, F. B. Las mesas de la fortuna. 17 pp. 

(Podroao, E. G., Autos sacramtntales, p. 564.) 

Childe, Mrs. E, English words of the 

"• passion play " at Ober-Ammergau. 1871. 

Christus patiens. [Gr.it Lat.\ 94 pp. ( >ri7/i Euripi- 
des, Fragmenca ; Didot, .\. F.,Biblioth. gr. ; Migne, J. P., 
Patrol, s. Gr. v. 38, p. 133.) 

CoxE. A. C. Saul, a mystery. 1845. 

Digby mysteries. 1882. {Neio Shakspere 

Soc. s. 7, No. 1.) 

Ettmteller, E. M. L. Dat spil fan der 

upstandinge, gedichtet. 1464. 1851. [BiMioth. 
der deutsch. nat. lit. abth. 1, v. 31.) 

First mnrder. The ; or, the rejection of the offer- 
ing. 7 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 10, 1821, p. 321.) 

Freybe, a. {Ed.) Das Meklenburger 

osterspiel vollendet im jahre 1464 zu Reden- 
tin. 1874. 

GuESSARD, F., and Certain, E. de {Eds.) 

Le mistere du siege d 'Orleans. 1863. {Coll. 

de doc. iaed. sur I'hist. de France, 1 s.) 
Halliwell-Phillipps. J. O. {Ed.) Ludus 

Conventriae : a collection of mysteries. 1841. 

{Shakes. Soc.) 

Hartmann, a. Das oberammergauer 

passionspiel in seiner aeltesten gestalt. 1880. 

Hroswitha, of Gan-Xershcim. Comoediae sex. 46 

pp. (Migno, J. P., Patrol, f. Lai. v. 137, p. 971.) 

Ignatius, n/ OmstantinopU. Drama de prlral pa- 

reuiislapsu. lGr..-tLat.\ 6 pp. (Mlgae, J. P., Patrol. 
*. Gr. V. 117, p. 1163.) 



Interlude of the four elements : an early 

mural play. 55 pp. (Percy Soc. \. 22.) 

Jackson, J. P. Ammergau passion play. 

1871. 

JuBlNAL, A. Mysteres inedits du quin- 

zieme siecle. 1837, 2 v. 

Krneger, B. Eine schoene und Instige newe 

action, von dem anfang und ende der welt. 114 pp. 
(Goedeke, K., and Tittmann, J., Deatsch. diehter I6jahrh. 
V. 3, p. 7.) 

Knlman, L. Der widtfraw, die GrOtt, mil dem oel 

von irem schuldherren erlediget. 50 pp. (Goedeke, 
K..and Tittmann, J., Deutsch. diehter 16 jahrh. v. 2, p. 
113.) 

Le Roux de Lixcy, A. J. V. Les quatre 

livres des rois. 1841. 
Longfellow, H. W. Christus, a mvs- 

tery. 1872. 3 v. 
liope de Vega Carpio, F. For his plays *<e his 

name. 

Liudus paschalis de adventu et Interritu .\nti- 

Chrisii in scena saeculoXIIexhlbltu.s. 7 pp. (Migne, 
J. P., Patrol, s. Lat. v. 213, p. 947.) 

Markland, J. H. Chester mysteries; De 

deluvio Noe ; De occisione innocentium. 

1818. 

Marriott, W. {Ed.) Collection of Eng- 
lish miracle-plays. 1838. 

Meckel, P. Sathan anklager des ganzen mensch- 

licheu geschlechts, Gott der Vater Rlchter, Christus 
der Mitler uud vorsprech ist. 32 pp. (Goedeke, K., 
and Tittmann, J., Deutsch. diehter 16 jahrh. v. 2, p. 255.) 

MiLCHSACK, G. (Ed.) Egerer fronleich- 

namsspiel. 1881. {Bihlioth. literar. vereias 
in Stuttgart, v. 156.) 

{Ed.) Heidelberger passionsspiel. 1880. 

{Biblioth. literar. vereitis in Stuttgart, v. 150.) 

Mind, will, and understanding : a mor- 
ality. 1837. {Abbotsford Club.) 

Mistere du Viel Testament. 1878. {Soc. 

de^ aiic. tcvtesfr.) 

Moralite de I'eufant de perdition. 47 pp. 

(S"i. Bil>lii>|>li. tr. Milang's, 1829.) 

Sloralite des biasphematenrs du nom de Dieu. 

285 i.p. (Soc. Biblioph. tr. Milanges, 1820.) 

DIoreto y Cabana, .\. La gran casa de Austria y 

diviua Margarita. 13 i^p. (Pedroso, E. G., Aatoi sacra- 
mentali's, p. 551.) 

Morris. W. Love is enough ; or, the 

freeing of Pharamond. a morality. 1873. 

BIystere de Saint Christoph. 44 pp. (Soc- 

Biblioph. fr. Milanges, 1834.) 

]Ve«r custome. 45 pp. (Dodsley, R., Old plays, v. 

1, p. 263.) 

Paris. G.,and Robert, TJ. {Eds.) Mira- 
cles de Nostre Dame. 1876-81, 6 v. {Soc. 
des atic. textes fr. ) 

Pedroso, E. G. Autos sacramentales. 

1865. {Bibliot. de autores espail.) 

Pelly. Sir L. {Ed.) The miracle play of 

Hasan and Husein. 1879, 2 v. 

Play of the sacrament. 1862. 

Presentation in the temple, a pageant. 

1836. {Abbotsford Club.) 

^ninet, E. Alias verus. 37 pp. {Rev. d. deux mondes, 

lS:i3, 2 s. V. 4, p. 5.) 

Rebhun, P. Ein geistlich spiel von der . . . keu- 

schen frawen Susannen. 82 pp. (Goedeke, K., and 
Tittmann, J., Deutsch. diehter 16 jahrh. v. 2, p. 2.5.) 

Religions Interlude performed at the carnival 

in Rome. 3 pp. {Blackwood's Mag. v. 4, 1819, p. 452.) 

Sachs, H. Gantz passio nach dem text dor vier 

evaugelisten. 56 pp. {Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stutt- 
gart, v. 136, p. 2.56.) 

Stokes, W. {Ed.) Gwreans an bys. The 

creation of the world. 1864. 

Tlie same. (Philol. Soc. London, Trans. 
1864.) 

Tcliei, G. For his plays see hts name. 

Timoneda, J. de. For his plays see his name. 



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Towneley mysteries. 1836. [Surtees Soc. 

V. 3.) 

Valdivlelgo, J. de. For his plays see his name. 

Vicente, G. San' Martlnho. 1 p. (Pedroso, E. G., 

Autos sacramen tales, p. 3.) 

Wedekind, E. Gott und welt. Mysterlum In 5 

haiidlungen. 59 pp. (Zeils.f. philos. v. 46, 1865, p. 25; 
V. 47,1865, p. 24.) 

Wild, S. Dem doctor, der den esel ]e tryb, je zoch, 

je er Oder seln son rytte, und zu letzt ertrencken thet. 
37 pp. (Goedeke, K., and Tittmann, J., Deulsch. dichter 
16jahrh. v. 2, p. 209.) 

Wright, T. {Ed.) The Chester plays. 

1843-47, 2 V. (ShaJces. Soc.) 

Note For the single plays see the above collections 

In the general alphabet. For accounts of the Ainmer- 
gau passion play see Ammergau in the general 
alphabet. 

I>rania and the Stage. Miracle, morality, 
mystery plays. Art, criticism, history. 

Bechstein, R. Spiel von den zehn jung- 
frauen. 1872. 

DOUHET, J. de. Dictionnaire des mys- 

teres. 1854. (Migne, J. P., Encyc. thiol, v. 
43.) 

Hase, K. Miracle plays and sacred 

dramas. A historical survey. 1880. 

Hone, W. Ancient mysteries described. 

1823. 

MiLCHSACK, G. Die oster- und passions- 

spiele. 1880. 

Oliver, G. History of the Holy Trinity 

guild, at Sleaford, together with an account 
of its miracle plays, religious mysteries, and 
shows . . . 1837. 

Petit de Julleville, L. Histoire du 

theatre en France. Les mysteres. 1880, 2 v. 

Pitre, G. Spettacoli e feste popolari 

siciliane. 1881. (7m, Ms Biblioteca delle 
tradizioni popolari siciliane, v. 12. ) 

Sharp, T. Dissertation on the pageants 

or dramatic mysteries anciently performed 
at Coventry. 1825. 

Account of a curious IHeatrical representa- 
tion at Strasbourg. 3 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 2, 1818, 
p. 166.) — Arnold, M. A Persian passion play. 49 pp. 
{Essays in crilicism, p. 259.)— Berrlat-Saint-Prix, J. 
Remarques sur les auciens Jeuxdes mysteres; faitcs 
k I'occaslon de deux deliberations inC-clites prises par 
le conseil de ville de Grenoble en 1535, relativement k 
I'un do ces jeux. 48 pp. ^Soc. roy. des antiq. do 
France, Mem. v. 5, 1823, p. 16.1.)— Bircli, W. de G. A 
13 century service book of Strasbourg, with dramatic 
representations. 19 pp. (Royal Soc. of lit. Trans. 2 s. 
V. 10, 1874, p. 406.)— Confreres de la Passion. 27 pj). 
(Rev. retrospect. V. i, 1834, p. 336.)— Coussemaker, C. 
E. H. de. Drarae llturglqne. 16 pp. {Annales archiol. 
V. 11, 1851, p. 197.)— Darcel, A. MystSre des Actes des 
ApOtres. 5 pp. (Annales archiol. v. 14, 1854, p. 12.)— 
Fleury, E. Les Jeux de Dleu. 72 pp. (Annales 
archiol. v. 15, 1855, pp. 15, 84, 151, 314.)— Qirai-dot, A. 
T., Baron de. Mystire des Actes des ApOtres. 43 pp. 
1 pi. (Annales archiol. v. 13, 1853, pp. 16, 62, 134, 185, 
239; V. 14, 18S4, \,p. V2, 73.)— Godard-Faultrier, V., 
and Dldron, A. K. Drame llturgique. 8 j>p. 1 pi. (An- 
vales archiol. v. 11, 1851, p. 253.)— Godwin-Austen, 
H. H. Description of a mystic play, as performed in 
Ladak,Za8kar, etc. [10 photographs.] 9 pp. (Asiat. 
8r)c. Bengal, Joum. v. 34. 1865, p. 71.)— Ingieby, C. M. 
Account of an Italian miracle play of the 16 century, 
on the legend of St. Cecilia. 24 pp. (Royal Soc. of lit. 
Trans. 2 8. v. 9, 1870, p. 44.)-L*-FonB-Melicocq, F. 
J. A., Baron de, and Dldron, A. N. Procession dra- 
mallque au XVI slficle. 24 pp. (Annates archiol. v. 10, 
1850, pp. 249, 812; v. 11, 1851, p.:J6.)-Martonne, A. de. 
Jn his PKjUs du nioyen age. 1865.— Mysteries, tnoral- 
Ities, and other early dramas. 26 pp. (lieirvfiiext. Ben. 
V. 1, pt. 2. 1820, p. 3:i2.)— Mysteries, or miracle 

Slays. 13 pp. [Duhlin I'nir. May. v. 78, 1H71, p. ;«'>1.)— 
[ystery or passion plays. 22 pp. {Blackwood's 
Mag. V. 106, 1869, p. 671.)— Persian miracle play. 
The. 82 pp. (A'rfm. y/<!P. V. 151, lH«o, p. ui.)_Proelss, 
R. Rueckhllck aiif <lle eutwlcklung di-s mlUelalior- 



llchen dramas. 178 pp. (In his Gesch. des neueren 
dramas, V. 1, p. 1.) — Putlitz, G. zu. Die erfuellung 
religloeser aufgaben durch die dramatische kunst. 
9 pp. (Deutsch. rundschau, v. 4, 1875, p. 280.)— Sermon 
against miracle plays. 21 pp. (Maetzner, E.. Allengl. 
sprachproben, v. 1, pt. 2, p. 222.)— Sliarpe, L. Remarks 
on the Towneley mysteries. 6 pp. (Archaeolngia, v. 27, 
1838, p. 2.51.)— Stokes, W. Remarks on a lately pub- 
lished Middle-Breion mystery. 20 pp. (Philol. Soc. 
London, Trans. 1867, p. 22.)— Verney, F. P. Mysteries, 
moralities, and the drama. 15 pp. ( Conlemp. Rev. v. 
25, 1875, p. 595.)— Wright, T. On the Coventry mys- 
teries. 8 pp. (Brit. Archaeol. Assoc. Journ. v. 3, 1847, 
p. 111.) 

I>raina and the l§»tage. Morality of the 
stage. 

BoissY, C. D. de. Lettres sur les specta- 
cles. 1780, 2 V. 

Collier, J. Short view of the immor- 
ality and profaneness of the stage. 1699, 

CoNCiNA, D, De spectaculis theatralibus. 

1752. 

GossON, S. School of abuse, containing 

a pleasant invective against poets, pipers, 
players, e^c. 1841. {Shakes. Soc.) 

Hevwood, T. An apology for actors. 

1841. {Shakes. Soc.) 

Lodge, T. Defence of poetry, music, and 

stage plays. 1853. {Shakes. Soc.) 

Northbrooke, J. Treatise against dicing, 

dancing, plays, and interludes. 1843. 
{Shakes. Soc.) 

Prynne, W. Histrio mastix, the player's 

scourge and actor's tragaedie. 1633. 

Winchester, S. G. The theatre. 1840. 

Alembert, J. le R. d'. Lettre h, J. J. Rousseau. 27 

pp. ( Gi'uvres, v. 4, p. 432.)-rCollicr, Jeremy, and the 
opponents of the drama. 6 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 7, 
1820, p. 387.)— Cyprlanus T. C, St., Bp. of Cartlmge. 
De spectaculis. 5 pp. (Migne, J. P., Patrol, s. Lai. v. 
4, p. 809.) — The same, tr. into English. 10 pp. (Anle- 
Nicene Christ. Libr. v. 13, p. 221.)— Davidson, A. T. 
The clergy and the theatre. 7 pp. (Macrnillan's Mag. 
V. 37, 1878, p. 497.)— Drama brouglit to the test of 
Scripture, and found wanting. 15 ]jp. (Edin.Rev.v. 
54, 1831, p. 100.)— Fabricins, 0. L. De ludis scenicis. 
24 pp. (Gronovius, J., Tkes. Gr. antiq. v. 8, p. 1713.)— 
Formey, J. H. S. Reflexions sur les spectacles. 16 
pp. (Berlin. Akad. wissens. M(m. 1761, p. 423.)— Hase, 
K. The church and the theatre. 31 pp. (In his Miracle 
plays, p. 177.) — KJerulf, J. Breve om moral 1 skues- 
pil. 18 pp. (Skandin. litteraturselskab, v. 3, p. 282.) — 
Pollock, J. For and against the play : a dialogue. 
12 pp. (A'ineleenth Century, v. 1, 1877, p. 611.) — Rous- 
seau, J. J. Lettre Ji M. d'Alembort. 211 jip. (CEuvres 
coiiipl. v. 2, p. 1.)— Schiller, J. C. F. von. Die schau- 
buehne als eine moralische anslalt betrachtet. 11 pp. 
(Saemmt. werke, v. 10, p. 60.) — The stage as a moral in- 
stitution. 7 pp. (Essays aeslhetical and philosoph. p. 333.) 
-Stage mornlity, and the ballet. 7 pp. (Blackwood's 
Mag. v. 105, 1869, p. 354.)— Talfourd, T. N. The melo- 
dramas against gambling. 2 pp. (Crit. and miscel. 
writings, p. 119.)— Tertulllanus, Q. S. F. De specta- 
culis. 19 pp. (Migne, J. P., Fatrol. s. Lat. v. 1, p. 701.) 
— The same, tr. into English. 28 pp. (Writings ; Ante- 
Nicene Christ. Libr. v. 11, p. 8; Libr. of the Fathers, v. 1, 
p. 188.) — Vindication of tlie drama, the stage, and 
public morale. 59 pp. (Pamphleteer, v. 25, 1825, p. 217.) 
— 'Witberspkoon, J. Letter respecting play-actor.s. 
9 pp. (Works, V. 6, p. 129.) — Serious Inquiry Into the 
nature and effects of the stage. 93 pp. (Works, v. 6, 
p. 36.) 

See also Actors.- Opera.— Theatre, The. 

Drama and the Stage. Plays. 

Collections. 
Cornish. 

NoRRis, E. The ancient Cornish drama. 
1859, 2 V. 

Dutch. 

Jellinghaus, H. Niederdeutsche bauern- 
komoediendesl7 jahrhunderts. 1880. {Bib- 
lioth. literar. vereins in Stvttgart, v. 147.) 



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English. 

BuLLEN, A. H. Collection of old English 

plays. 1882-83. 2 v. 
CcMBERLAND, J. British theatre. 1829. 

41 V. 
Minor theatre, n. d. 15 v. 

DiLKE, C. W. Old English plays. 1814- 

15. 6 V. 

DODSLET, R. Select collection of old 

plays. 1825-33. 13 t. 

Hawkins, T. Origin of the English 

drama, illustrated by specimens from our 
earliest writers. 1773, 3 v. 

Hazt.ttt, W. C. Shakespeare's library. 

1875, 6 V. 

Inchbald, Mrs. E. The British theatre. 

1824, 20 V. 

Lamb, C. Specimens of the English dra- 
matic poets who lived about the time of 
Shakespeare. 1854. 

London stage ; a collection of the most 

reputed tragedies, comedies, operas, melo- 
dramas, farces, and interludes, n. d. 4 v. 

New Shakspere Soc. Publications. 1874- 

82, 33 Nos. 

' OxBEKRY,W. New English drama. 1818- 

19, 23 V. 

Scott, Sir W. Ancient British drama. 

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Boisrobert, F. le M. de. La belle invisible. 26 pp. 
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Calvert, G. H. Maid of Orleans. 1874. 

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Cart^vrlght, W. Ordinary. 102 pp. (Dodsley, R., Old 

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Catharine II, Empress of Sussia. O temps! O moeurs! 

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Cliainberlayne, W. Love's victory. 118 pp. ( With Us 

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Clkauifort, S. R. N. Le marchand de Smyrne. 58 pp. 

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Cberrjr, A. For his plays see his name. 
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Cla-rean, A. AppStit vieut mangeaut. 19 pp. (Rev. 
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Cobb, J. For his plays see his name. 

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Coflfey-, C. Devil to pay. 30 pp. ( With Timon In love ; 
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CoKAiNE, Sir A. Dramatic works. 1874. 

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Cook, J. Green's tu quoque. 98 pp. (Dodsley, R., Old 

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Corueille, T. Le lestiu de Pierre. 156 pp. (Petitot, C. 
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Cortese, G. C. La Rosa. 129 pp. (0pere,\.Z.) 

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Co^viey, Mrs. H. For her plays see her name. 
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CoxE, A. C. Saul, a mystery. 1845. 
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Craz, R. de la. Manolo. 7 pp. (Ochoa, E. de, Tesoro 
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Cablllo, A. de A. Comedias. 119 pp. (Mesonero Ro- 
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Ebsworth, J. Rival valetfl. 38 pp. (Cumberland, J., 
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Eba-vrorth, Mrs. (—). Payable at sight. 27 pp. (Cum- 
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Fenton,E. Mariamne. 23 pp. (Scxitt, Sir Vf., Mod. Brit, 
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Ga8coigne,G. Glasse of governement. 90 pp. (Poems, 

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GoTTSCHALL. R. Dramatische werke. 1865- 

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Halnea, J. T. For his plays see his name. 
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'*'^*1?'*'J~:'- Countess of Salisbury. 18 pp. (Scott, 

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Herbert, T. Newes out of Islington. 15 pp. (Halliwell- 

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Hennite, F. Le parasite. 59 pp. (Foumel, V., Contemp. 
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Herrera, J. de. Duelo de honor y amistad. 15 pp. 
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Hertz, H. King Rene's daughter. 26 pp. (Dublin Univ. 

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Ger. Daenische schaubuehne. 175&-63, 

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Home. J. Dramatic works. 1822, 2 v. [Works^ 

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Houvald, E. von. Light-tower. 14 pp. (Blackwood's 

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Howard, Sir R. Dramatic works. 1722. 

Hoz Mota, J. de la. For his plays see his name. 
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Hughes, 3. For his plays see his name. 
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Incli1>ald, ilrs. E. For her plays see her name. 
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Ireland, W. H. Vortigern. 1832. 

•Tackman, I. For his plays see Ills name. 

Jago,B. Adam. 8pp. (Chalmers,A.,£'nsr.poe<s,v.l7,p.319.) 

James, H. Jr. Change of heart. 12 pp. (Atlanl. Monthly, 
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Jamac, Comie de. Rien qu'un ooillet, scene de la vie ele- 
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Jefferys, C. Gipsy's vengeance, an English 

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Jerrold, D. W. For his plays see his name. 
Jodelle, E. For his plays see his name. 
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Kenible, F. A. Francis I. 142 pp. ( With Milnes, R. M., 
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Klllegre>v, T. Parson's wedding. 139 pp. (Dodsley, 
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KiLLiGREW, Sir W. Three playes. 1665. 

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KiNKEL, G. Nimrod. 1857. 

Kirke, .J. Seven champions of Christendom. 72 pp. 
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Kleist, H. von. [Dramatisches.] 1863, 2 v. 

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Klopstock, F. G. Schauspiele. 1804-16, 4 v. 

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ROJAS ZoRRiLLA, F. de. Comedias. 1861. 
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Rolland de Vlllarceawx (— ). Partir pour etre ev6- 
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dramatische gedicht in hebraeischer sprache. 

1874, 
Saint-Foix, G. F. p. de. Comedies. 1778, 2 v. 

{CEuvres compl. v. 1, 2.) 

Salazar y Torres, A. de. For his plays see his name. 
Sallet. F. von. Jn his SaemmlUche schriften, v. 4. n. d. 

Salviati, L. Commedie. 1809. {Opere, v. 1, 

358 pp.) 
Sanchez, M. La guarda cludadosa. 30 pp. (Mesonero 

Romanos, R. de, Dramat. contemp. a Lope de Vega, y. 1, 

p. 1 ; Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Sandys, G. Christ's passion. 98 pp. (I'oet. works, v, 2, 

p. 407.) 
Saurin, U. J. For his plays see his name. 



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DRAMA. Plays. Single authors 



SAUvi, J. B., dit La Noue. Choix de pieces 
de theatre. 1787. 

Sa^a^e, M. W. Three Bacans. 7 pp. (Fraser't Mag. v. 
49, lb54, p. 511.) 

Savage, R. Works, v. 1. 

Sa^ill, J.F. Wapplug old stairs. 58 pp. (Caml)erland, 

J., Minor th. v. 13.) 

SCARRON. P. Comedies. 1730. {CEuvres, v. 2.) 

— Comedies. 1730. (Demieres ceuvres,\. 2.) 

Schelandre, 3. de. Tyr et Sldon. 221 pp. (Anc. ihiat. 

fr. V. 8, p. 5; Biblioth. Elzfrir.) 
Schernberk, T. Fraw Juttcn. 56 pp. {BibUoth. littrar. 

vtreim in Stuttgart, v. 29, p. 900.) 

SC'HiiXER, J. C. F. von. Saemmtliche werke, 

V. 1-7. 1862. 7 V. 

Eng. Works. 1853-60, 3 v. (Bohn, H. 

G., Stand. Libr.) 
SCHLEGEL, A. W. von. In his Saemmtliche 

werke, v. 2. 1846. 
Sclilegel, C. W. F. von. Alarcos. 52 pp. (Saemmt. 

icerke, v. 9, p. 193.) 
Scbroeder, F. L. Ensign. 67 pp. (Thompson, B., Ger. 

th. V. 6.) 
Scott, Sir W. In lot Poet, works, v. 12. 1861. 
Sedaliie, M. J. For his plays see his name. 
S^iir, .\. de. David et Nathan, scfene biblique. 12 pp. 

(Corregpondant, n. 3. v. 61, 1874, p. 1109.) 

Sekeca, L. a. Tragoediae, ciun notis Th. 
Famabii. 1678. 

Shadwell, C. Works. 1720, 2 v. 

Shadwell, T. Dramatick works. 1720. 4 v. 

Shakespeare. W. Dramatic works. A repro- 
duction in exact fac-simile of the famous 
first folio, 1623. 1866. 

— Works, ed. by W. G. Clark. J. Glover, and 
W. A. Wright. 1863-66, 9 v. 

Note.—Yor other eds. see his name In general 

alphabet. 
Sbannon, C. Youthful queen. 36 pp. (Cumberland, 

.J., Brit. th. V. 21.) 
Shell, R. Evadne. 62 pp. (Oxberry, W., New Eng. dr. 

V. 14.) 
Shelley, P. B. In his Poetical works. 1870, 2 v. 

Sheridan, R. B. Works. 1821, 2 v. 

— Dramatic works. 1861. 

Shirley, H. Martyr'd souldier. 88 pp. (Bullen, A. H., 
Old Kng. play.<, v. 1, p. 169.) 

Shirley. J. Dramatic works. 1833, 6 v. 

Shirley, W. Edward, the black prince. 61pp. (Inch- 
bald, E., Brit. th. v. 4 ; Lmulun stage, v. 1.) 

Slefert, L. Le recteur Bcrtholdus. 21 pp. (Rev. d. 
deux mtmiies, 1870, 2 p6r. v. 87, p. 726.) 

SIMMS, W. G. Poems, descriptive, dramatic, 
legendary, and contemplative. 1853, 2 v. 

Sirillo, B. Martirlo dl Santa Cateriua. 152 pp. (BibL 

stor. i (etl. Ui Sicilia, 3 s. v. 2, p. 1.) 
Smart, C. JudEment of Midas. 3 pp. (Chalmers, A., 

tnrj. poets, V. 16, p. 53.) 
Smith, E. Phaedra and Hippolitus. 24 pp. (Chalmers, 

.K., Eng. pnett, v. 9, p. 179.) 
Smith, E. H. Edwin an.l Angelina. 4 pp. (Everest, C. 

W., J^'oets of O/nn. p. 109.) 
Smollett, T. Plays. 92 pp. ( TTorfc*. v. 3, p. 395.) 
Soane, G. For his plays see his name. 
Soils, A. de. Comedias. 77 pp. (Mesonero Bomanos, 

B. de, Dramal. post, a Lope de Vega, v. 1, p. 1 ; Bibliot. de 

au tores espan.) 
Sollohub, W., Conte. Sa canne et son chapeau. 35 

pp. [Thiol, de campagne, v. 2, p. 15.5.) 
Solorzauo, A. del. For his plays see his name. 
Somalze, A. B. de. In his Dictionnali-e des precieuses. 

V. 2. 1856 ; Bibliotk. ElzMr.) 
Somerget, C. A. For his plays see his name. 

Sophocles. Tragoediae et fragmenta. [Gr. 
etLat.] 1864. (With JEschxlus, Tragoediae ; 
Didot, A. F.. Biblioth. gr.) : Dindorff, W., 
Poet. seen. Gr. p. 91 ; Recens. I. G. A. Er- 
furdt. 1827, 2 v. ; Recens. G. Ldnwood, 1877 : 
Ed. L. Campbell, 1879-81, 2 v. 

Eng. Tragedies, the Oxford translation. 
1863. (Bohn, H. G., Class. Libr.) ; Tr. by 
E. H. Plumptre. 1877. 



Fr. Tragedies. 1820, 2 v. (Brumoy, P., 
Theat.d. Gr. v. 3.4.) 

Ger. Tragoedien. 1827, 2 v. (Stolberg, 
C. and F. L. , Graf en zu, Gesamm. wei-Jce, v. 
13, 14.) 

Lat. See the Didot ed. 
Soctherne, T. Plays. 1774, 3 v. 

Speroul, S. LaCauace. 76 pp. (teatroital.anlico,\.i, 

p. 39.) 

Stael-Holstein, a. L. G. N., Baronne de. 

CEuvres, v. 16, 17. 1821, 2 v. 
Stagnelius, E. J. Dramatiska arbeten. 1868, 

2 V. (Samlade sJcrifter, -v. 1,2.) 

Stahlpanzer, L. Eumeuides Duester. 63 pp. fMuell- 
ner, A. G. A., Dr. tcerke, v. 8.) 

Steele, Sir R. Dramatic works. 1791. 

Still, J. Gammer Gurton's needle. 83 pp. (Dodsley, 

R., Old plays, v. 2, p. 1; Hawkins, T., Eng. dr. v. 1, p. 

165; Scott, 5ir W., And. Brit. dr. v. 1, p. 100; White, T., 

Old Eng. dr. v. 1.) 
StilUnglleet, B. In ku Literary life and select works. 

1811. 

Stolberg, C. and F. L., Graf en zn. Schau- 

spiele mit choeren. 1827, 2 v. {Gesamm. 

icerke, v. 4, 5.) 
Starmy, J. Love and duty. 66 pp. (With Philips, A., 

The Briton.) 
Subliguy, A. T. P. de. La foUe querelle. 52 pp. 

(Fouruel, V., Contemp. de Molilre, v. 3, p. 493.) 

Suckling, Sir J. Plays. 1770. [Works, \. 2.) 

Suflralca [attributed to]. Mrichchhakati. 182 pp. (Wil- 
son, H. H., Work*, v. 11, p. 1.) 
Suvlnbnme, A. C. For his plays see his name. 

Talbot, R. Serf. 54 pp. (Cumberland, J., Brtt. <*. v. 19.) 

Talfourd, T. N. Tragedies. 1846. 

Tanonaru, A. de. Sujet du docteur Pepercom. 30 pp. 

{Rer. contemp. 1866, v. 3, p. 415.) 
Tantillo, A. La Rosalia tragedia sacra. 132 pp. (BibL 

stor. e lelt. di Sicilia, 3 s. v. 2, p. 153.) 
Tarref^a, F. Comedias. 92 pp. (Mesonero Bomanos, 

B. de, Dramal. contemp. a Lope de Vega, v. 1, p. 31 ; Bibliot. 

de autores espan.) 
Tasso, T. For his plays tee his name. 
Tate, N. King Lear. 71pp. (Oxberry, W., iV«io £Viff.dr. 

v. 10.) 

Taylor, B. Prince Deukalion. 1878. 
Taylor, Sir H. In his Poetical works. 1864, 

3 V. 

Taylor, T. P. Chain of guilt. 35 pp. (Cumberland. 

J., Minor th. v. 12.) 

Tellez, G. Comedias. 1850. (Bibliot. de 
autores espan. v. 5.) 

Tennyson, A. For his plays tee his name. 

Terentius Afer, P. Comoediae sex. 1824, 4 

V. (Valpy, A. 3., Script. Lot.) ; Recens. A. 

Fleckeisen, 1868 ; Ed. F. Umpfenbach,l870 ; 

With notes by W. Wagner. 1869. 

Eng. Comedies, tr. by H. T. Riley. 1853. 

(Bohn, H. G., Class. Libr.) 

Ital. Commedie, tr. da V. Alfieri. 180&- 

10, 6 V. (Alfieri, V., Opere postume, v. 

12-17.) 
Terry, D. For his plays see his name. 
Thackeray, W. M. The wolves and the lamb. 54 pp. 

( With his Catherine : a story, p. 337.) 
Theanlon de I<ambert, M. E. G. Die rosenmaedchen. 

72 pp. ^Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Thial. v. 38, p. 31.) 
Theodorns Prodromns. Amicitia exulans. [Gr.et 

Lat.] 8 pp. ( With Euripides, Fragwsenta ; Didot, A. F., 

Biblioth. gr.) 
Thenrlet, A. For his plays see his name. 
Thompson, C. Gambler's fate. 52 pp. (Cumberland, 

.1., Brit. th. V. 17.) 
Thomson, .J. For his plays see his name. 

TiECK, L. Schriften, v. 1-3, 5, 10-13. 1828-9, 

8 V. 
— In his Nachgelassene schriften. 1855. 2 v. 

inl. 
Tlmoueda, i. For his plays see his name. 
Toblu, J. For bis plays see his name. 



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DRAMA, Plays, Single plays 



Tomltis. {— ). Albumazar. 114 pp. (Vodsley,^,., Old plays, 

V. 7, p. 101 ; Scott, Sir W., And. Brit. dr. v. 2, p. 574.) 
Toorgenef, I. S. Trop menu le 01 casse. 32 pp. (Rev. 

d. deux mmdes, 1861, 2 p6r. v. 34, p. 2.57.) 
Toarnebu, O. de. Les con tens. 125 pp. {Anc.tMat.fr. 

V. 7, p. 11)7; BibUnlh. Klzerir.) 
Tourneiir, C. Revenger's tragedy. 89 pp. (Dodsley, 

R., Old plays, v. 4, p. 281 ; Scott, Sir W., Anct. Brit. dr. v. 

2, p. 100.) 
To^vnley, .1. High life below stairs. 36 pp. (Cumlser- 

land, J., Brit. Ih. v. 13; Lnndnn slacje, v. 4; Oxberry, W., 

New Eng.dr.x.^^; Scott, SiryV., Afod. Brit. dr. y. 5, p. 217.) 
Trevelyaii,G. O. Tbe da wlc bungalow. 26 pp. {Fraser's 

Mag. V. 73, 1866, pp. 215, 382.) 
Trlssino, G. G. La Sofoulsba. 83 pp. {Teatro ital. antico, 

V. 1, p. 59.) 
Troterel, P. Les corrivaux. 70 pp. (Anc. th6at.fr. v. S, 

p. 227; Bihlinth. Elzevir.) 
Truebay Coslo, T. de. Mr. and Mrs. Pringle. 27 pp. 

(Cumberland, J., Brit. th. v. 31.) 
Tiiclindi, J. J. von {Ed.) OUanta. Ein altperuanlsches 

drama aus der Kechuasprache uebersetzt und com- 

meutirt. 218 pp. (Vienna Akad. wissens. Philos. hist. 

classe Denkschr. v. 24, 1876, p. 1G7.) 
Tnke, Sir S. Adventures of Ave hours. 119-pp. (Dods- 

ley, R., Old plays, v. 12, p. 1 ; Scott, Sir W., Anct. Brit. 

dr. V. 3, p. 405.) 
Turia, R. del. La burladora burlada. 25 pp. (Mesonero 

Romanos, R. de, Dramat. contemp. a Lope de Vega, v. 1, p. 

213 ; Blbliot. de autores espan.) 

Udall, N. Ralph Roister Bolster. 88 pp. (Arber, E., Eng. 
reprints ; Shakes. Soc. ; White, T., Old Eng. dr. v. 1.) 

Valdivlelso, J. de. For his plays se« his name. 

Van Brngli, Sir J. Dramatic works. 184 pp. (With 

Wycherley, W., Dramatic works, p. 299.) 
Vega, A. de la. Amor vengado. 2 pp. Moratin, L. F., 

Obras, p. 287 (Bibliot. de autnres espan.); and Ochoa, E. 

de, Tesoro teatro espan. v. 1, p. 200. 
Velasco, A. U. de. El zeloso. 50 pp. (Ochoa, E. de, 

Tesoro teatro espan. v. 1, p. 531.) 
Velez, J. El mancebon de los palacios. 18 pp. (Meso- 
nero Romanos, R. de, Dramat. post, a Lope de Vega, v. 1, 

p. 587 ; Bibliot. de autnres espan.) 
Vercousin, E. For his plays see his name. 
Veroniiean (— ). L'impuissance. 96 pp. (Anc.tkiat.fr. 

V. a, p. 297; BibKoth. Elzivir.) 
Veiilllot, L. For his plays see his name. 
Viaud, T. de. Pyrame et Tlilsbfi. 50 pp. (flSuwcs, v. 2, 

p. 93; Biblioth. Ehivir.) 

Vicente, G. Obras. 1834, 3 v. 

ViGNY, A., Comte de. Theatre complet. 1877. 

Villaizau, J. de. For his plays see his name. 

Villlers, de. For his plays see his name. 

"VilUera, a., Duke of Buckingham. Rehearsal. 136 pp. (Ar- 
ber, E., Eng. reprints ; Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit. dr. v. 3, 
p. 215.) 

Vemieiro (— ). Osmia, tragedia. 1795. 

Vltet, L. Les 6tats d'Orleans (1560). 195 pp. (Rev. d. deux 
mondes, 1849, n. p6r. v. 2, pp. 189, 382, 585.) 

Voltaire, F. M. A. de. Theatre, 1785, 9 v. 

(CEuvres eompl. v. 1-9.) 
VONDEL, J. van den. Werken, v. 2-11. 1856- 

67, 10 V. 

IValker, C. E. Wallace. 58 pp. (Oxberry, W., New 

Eng. dr. v. 18.) 
"Walpole, H. Mysterious mother. 22 pp. (Scott, Sir W., 

Mod. Brit. dr. v. 2, p. 6i9.) 

Walther, K. Der gott zu Pytho. 1871. 

Weber, C. M. von. Der Irelschutz. 41 pp. (Cumber- 
land, .1., Brit. th. v. 9.) 
"Webater, B. For his plays see his name. 

Webster, J. Dramatic works. 1857, 4 v. 

Ger. Dramatische dichtungen. 1858. 
(Bodenstedt, F. M., Shakespeare'' 8 zeitgenos- 

S&fh v X \ 

— Plays. 1830, 4 v. [WorTci, v. 1-4.) 
Wcdeklnd, E. Gott und welt. Mystorlum in 5 handlun- 

gen. 59 pp. (Zeilt. f. philni. v. 46, 1865, p. 26 ; v. 47. 

1H66, p. 24.) 

Wells, C. Joseph and his brethren. 1876. 
Werner, F. L. Z. Dramatische werke. 1840, 
7 V. in 8. (Aiutgew. schriften, v. 4-10.) 

'Werner, H. Soupnr clioz lo coinmandour. 62 pp. (Rev. 

d. deux numdet, IKH, 3 B. v. 2, p. 407.) 
^M^eatinacott, C. M. Nettlowlg hall. 38 pp. (Cumbor- 

IttuU, J., Brit. Ih. v. 35.) 



■W^ever, R. Lusty Juventus. 51pp. (Hawkins, T., J5nj?. 

dr. V. 1, p. 113.) 
Wbetstoiie, G. Promos and Cassandra. 104 pp. (Haz- 

litt, W. C, Sliakespeare's libr. v. 6, p. 201.) 
■Whitehead, W. For his plays see his name. 
Whitley, T. W. The Jesuits. 28 pp. (De,n. Rev. v. 26, 

18.50, pp. 235, .346, 439.) 

WiELAND, C. M. In his Saemmtliche werke, 

V. 25, 26. 1821, 2 v. 
Wild.S. Doctor mit dem esel. 37 pp. (Goedeke, K.,and 

Tittmann, J., Deutsch. dichter 16 jaftrft. v. 2, p. 209.) 
Wllklns, G. Miseries of Inforced marriage. 97 pp. 

(Dodsley, R., Old plays, v. 5, p. 1; Scott, Sir V/.,Anct. 

Brit. dr. V. 2, p. 160.) 
Williams, W. H. Wreck. 52 pp. (Cumberland, J., 

Minor tk. v. 4.) 
W^ills, W. H. Larboard fln. 37 pp. (Cumberland, J., 

Minor th. v. 13.) 
Wilsou, Mrs. C. B. Venus In arms. 34 pp. (Cumber- 
land, J., Minor th. v. 14.) 

Wilson, J. Dramatic works. 1874. 

"Wordsworth, W. Borderers. 93 pp. (Foet. works, v. 
1, p. 73.) 

Wycherley, W. Dramatic works. 1866. 

Young, E. For his plays see his name. 

Zamora, A. de. Comedias. 93 pp. (Mesonero Romanos, 

R. de, Dramat. post, a Lope de Vega, v. 2, p. 411 ; Bibliot. 

de autores espan.) 
Z&rate, F. de. Comedias. 72 pp. (Mesonero Romanos, 

R. de, Dramat. post, a Lope de Vega, v. 1, p. 515; Bibliot. 

de autores es2ian.) 

Drama and the Stage. Plays. 
Single plays. 

A la baguette. 31 pp. Normand, J. (TMat. de campagne, 

v. 3, p. 85.) 
A lo que obllga el honor. 14 pp. Enriquez Gomez, A. 

(Mesonero Romanos, R. de, Dramat. post, a Lope de Vega, 

V. 1, p. 501 ; Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
A quoi re vent les jeunes lilies. 43 pp. Musset, L. C. A. de. 

(Eavres, v. 1, p. 317. 
A secreto agravio secreta venganza. 16 pp. Calderon de 

la Barca, P. Comedias, v. 1, p. 595. (Bibliot. de autores 

espan., and Ochoa, E. de, Tesoro teatro espaii. v. 3, p. 149.) 
Abbee.sse grosse, L'. 44 pp. (Paris, G., and Robert, U., 

Miracles de Nostre Dame, v. 1, p. 57.) 
Abdelazer. 85 pp. Behn, Mrs. A. Plays, v. 2, p. 3. 
Ab^lard. RSmusat, C. de. 1877. 
Abele. 101pp. Alfleri, V. Opera postume, v. S, p. 13. 

Eng. Tragedies, tr. by E. A. Bowring, v. 2, p. 469. 

Bohn, H. G., Stand. Libr. 
Abendstuude, Die. 22 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von. Tlieat. 

V. 23, p. 127. 
Abenteuer in Rom. 122 pp. Benedix, J. R. Gesamm. dr. 

werke, v. 23, p. 1. 
Abogar por 8U ofensor. 19 pp. CaHlzares, J. de. (Meso- 
nero Romanos, R. de, Dramat. post, a Lope de Vega, v. 2, 

p. 549; Bibliot. de autores espaii.) 
Abraham. 8 pp. (Towneley mysteries; Surtees Soc. v. 3, 

p. 35.) 
Abraham et ses enfans. 1879. (Rothschild, J. de, Mislere 

du Viel Testament, v. 2.) 
Abraham und Lott. 44 pp. Sachs, H. (Biblioth. literar. 

vereins in Stuttgart, v. 131, p. 15.) 
Abraham's sacrifice. 9 pp. (Halliwell-Phllllpps, J. O., 

Ludas Gorentrice, p. 49; Shakes. Soc.) 
Abre el ojo. 23 pp. Rojas Zorrllla, F. de. Comedias, p. 

123. (Bibliot. de autores e.ipaii.) 
Abroad and at home. 16 pp. Holman, J. G. (London stage, 

V. 4.) 
Absalon. 106 pp. <Duch6 de Vancy. J. F. (Petltot, C. B. 

and A., Ripert. tUat.fr. v. 2, p. 189.) 
Abschled, Der. 10 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von. Theat. v. 

18, p. 145. 
Abschled, Der. 64 pp. Tleck, L. Schriften, v. 2, p. 273. 
Absurda comlca Oder Horr Peter Squentz. 54 pp. Gry- 

phlus, A.,Lustspiele; Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, 

V. 138, p. 1 ; Goedeke, K., and Tittmann, J., Deutsch. dich- 
ter 17 jahrh. v. 4, p. 165; Hub, I., Deutsch. kom. dicht. v. 

1, p. 379. 
Acad6mle des femmos, L'. 37 pp. Chappuzeau, S. (Four- 

nel, v., Contemp. de Moliire, v. 3, p. 211.) 
Acante et Cfiphlse. 23 pp. Marmontel, J. F. (Emres, v. 

7, p. 474. 
Acaao y el error. El. 26 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P. 

Comedias, V. 2, p. 1. (Bibliot. de autores espaii.) 
Acoitunas, Las. 2 i>p. Ruoda, L. de. (Moratin, L. F., 

Obras, p. 265; Bibliot. de autores espaii., and Ochoa, £. de, 

Tesoro del teatro e.yxm. v. 1, p. 178.) 



DRAMA, Plays, Single plays. 



1003 



DRAMA, Plays, Single plays 



Acero de Madrid. El. 22 pp. Lope de Yega Carplo, F. 

Cimedieu, v. 1, p. 365 [BUiliot. de autore* etpan.), and 

Ocbos, £. de, Tetoro teatro etpan. y. 2, p. 5i9. 
Achamenses. 34 pp. Aristophanes. Comoediae, p. 1. 

(Didot, A. F., Bibliolk. gr.) Ed. I. Bekkerus, t. 1, p. 1. 

Dlndort , W., Poet. teen. Gr. p. 530. Ed. T. Mitchell, 1835. 
£19. Comedies, tr. by W. J. HictLie, v. 1, p. 1 (Bohn, 

H. G., Clast. Ubr.); tr. by T. Mitchell, v. 1, p. 1 ; Frere, 

J. H., Works, V. 2, p. 1. 

Fr. Bruinoy, P. Thiai. d. Gr. ▼. 12, p. 1. 
Ger. Wielaud, C. M. Saemmi. wtrke, \. iS, p. 109. 
LaL See the Didot ed. 
AchUle. 31 pp. La Fontaine, J. de. (Eurres, 1826, v. 4, 

p. 213 ; 1860, v. 4. p. 465. 
Achille In Sciro. 83 pp. Metastasio, P. A. D. B. T. Opere, 

T. 4, p. 285. 

Eng. Dramas, tr. by J. Hoole, v. 2, p. 1. 
Achilles. 53 pp. Gay, J. Works, t. 5, p. 217. 
AchtundachtKichste gebortstag, Der. 106 pp. Benedlx, 

J. B. Gesamm. dr. werke, v. 22, p. 115. 
Acbtzetinbandertdreizehn. 42 pp. Benedix, J. B. Gesammt. 

dr. verke, v. 34, p. 263. 
Acis and Galatea. 19 pp. Gay, J. Works, t. 4, p. 195. 
Acreedores del hombre, Los. 35 pp. Loi>e de Tega Car- 
plo, F. Colee. obras suelL y. 18, p. 126. 
Acripanda. Horte, A. D. da. 160 pp. {Teatro UaL antieo, 

T. 9, p. 35.) 
Actam vasnacbt. Das. 4 pp. (Biblioth. UUrar. vereins m 

SttUlgart, ▼. 29, p. 692.) 
Adam. 116 pp. Cowper, W. Works, r. 6, p. 319. 
Adam. 8 pp. Jago, B. (Chalmers, A., Eng. poets, v. 17, 

p. 319.) 
Adam In ballingschap ; of aUer trenrspeelen trenrspeL 

106 pp. Vondel, J. van den. Werken, v. 10, p. 355. 
Adam und Eva. Oberuferer paradeisplel. 19 pp. 

(Schroeer, K. J., Deutsck. weHmaeklspiete atu Unaam, 

p. 123.) 
Adam und Eva. Salzborger paradeisplel. 9 pp. (Schroeer, 

E. J., Deuisdi. weUmaeUspiele ams Vngcam, p. 142.) 
Adam and Heva, 1848. Buff, i. [BibUotk. dor deuUdi. not. 

Ut. V. 26.) 
Adamo, sacra rapresentaUone. Andrelnl, G. B. 1617. 
Adelaide du GuescUn. Ill pp. Voltaire, F. M. A. de. 

(Eurres, v. 2, p. 113. 
Adelchi. 134 pp. Manzoni, A. Opere varie, p. 7. 
Adelgitha. 54 pp. Lewis, M. G. (Cumberland, J., Brit. 

th. V. 39.) 
Adelheid von Walflngen, ein denkmal der Barbarei. 92 

pp. Kotzebne, A. F. F. von. Theat^ v. 31, p. 3. 
Eng. Thompson, B. Ger. tk. v. 2. 
Adelmom, the outlaw. Lewis, M. G. 1801. 
Adelphi. 129 pp. Terentlus ATer, P. Comoediae sex, v. 2, 

p. 667. (Valpy, A. J., Script. Lot.) Comoediae, ed. A. 

Fleckeisen, p. 285; Ed. F. Dmplenbach, p. 427 ; Ed. W. 

Wagner, p. 251. 

Rig. Comedies, tr. by H. T. BUey, p. 197. (Bohn, H. 

G., Class. Libr.) 

ItaL Alfleri, V. Opere posttmu, v. 15. 
Adept, Der. 149 pp. Muench-Bellinghausen, E. F. J. von. 

Werke, v. 2, p. 155. 
AdmetusHaus.Dertausch desscbicksals. 33 pp. Herder, 

J. G. SaemmU. vierke, v. 13, p. 93. 
Adonias of rampzalige kroonzucht; trenrspel. 75 pp. 

Vondel, J. van den. Werkm, v. 9, p. 247. 
Addnis y V^nus. 15 pp. Lope de Vega Oarpio, F. Oome- 

dias, V. 4, p. 417. (Bibliot. de autores espan.j 
Adopted child. 34 pp. Birch, 8. (Cumberland, J., BrU. 

U, V. 29; London stage, v. 4.) 
Adoration of Uie magi. 11 pp. (Halliwell, J. O., XMdat 

Corattrite, p. 161 ; Skakes. Soe.) 
Adoration of the shepherds. 5 pp. (Halliwell, J. O., 

Lndus Oorentria, p. 156 ; Skakes. Soc.) 
Adriano in Siria. 83 pp. Metastasio, P. A. D. B. T.. Overe, 

V. 3, p. 101. ■^ 

Eng. Dramas, tr. by J. Hoole, v. 2, p. 159. 
Adroite suivante, L'. 55 pp. Florian, J. P. C. de, (Eurres. 

V. 12, p. 185. 
Adulatore, L'. 88 pp. Goldonl, C, Oommedie, v. 10, p. 3. 
Adventures of five hours. 119 pp. Tuke, 5irS. (Dodsley, 

B., Old plays, V. 12, p. 1 ; Scott, Sir W., AwU. Br. dr. v. 

3, p. 405.) 
Adversa fortuna de Buy Lopez de Avalos, La. 2S pp. 

Poyo, D. S. del. (Mesonero Bomanos, B. de, DramuxL 

eontemp. a Lopt de Vega, v. 1, p. 465 ; BiblioL de autores 

espaiL.) 
£lla. 122 pp. Chatterton, T.,Po«iM, V. 157; H^orii, v. 2, 

p. 201 ; Chalmers, A., Eng. poeU, v. 15, p. 406. 
Aeon und Aeonls. 18 pp. Herder, 3. G., Saemami. werke, 

V. 15, p. 174. 
AerUghedvarerlaengst; idyl. 31pp. Oehlenschlaeger, 

A. G., Dtgterraerker, v. 11, p. 129. 
Afectos de odlo y amor. 24 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., 

Gmedtas, v. 2, p. 99. {Bibliot. de autores etpah.) 



Affaire de la rue de Lourcine, L*. 57 pp. Labiche, K.. 

Thiat. v. 1, p. 431. 
Affectation. 141 pp. Becket, A., Works, v. 1, p. 1. 
Agamemno. 35 pp. .Eschylus, Tragoediae, p. 73 (Didot, 

A. F., BibUotk. gr.) ; Dlndorf, W., PoeL seen. Gr. p. 51 ; 

Ed. F. A. Paley, p. 325; Ed. A. Sidgwick, 1881. 
Dntek. Da Costa, I., Kompl. didUtcerken, v. 1, p. 252. 
R>g. Tragedies, tr. by T. A. Buckley, p. 95 (Bohn, 

H. G., CToit. Libr.}; Tl-. by J. F. Davtes, 1868; Tr. by 

E. D. A. Morshead, ut kis House of Atreus, p. 1 ; Tr. by 

E. H. Plu mptre, p. 177 ; Tr. by B. Potter, v. 2, p. 1 ; Era- 
ser's Mag. V. 18, 1838, p. 5(» ; Transcribed by E. Brown- 
ing, 18T7. 

Fr. Brumoy, P., Tkiat. d. Gr. v. 2, p. 77. 
Ger. Humboldt, C. W. von, Gesamm. werke, v. 3, p. 1. 
LaL See the Didot ed. 
Agamemnon. 38 pp. Seneca, L. A., Tragoediae, ed. T. 

Famabil, p. 175. 
Agamennone. 83 pp. Alfleri, V., Opere, v. 3, p. 5. 

Bug. Tragedies, tr. by K A. Bowring, v. 1, p. 205 

(Bohn, H. G., Stamd. Libr.] ; Tr. by C. Lloyd, v. 1, p. 243. 
Agar dans le desert. 15 pp. Genlis, F. S. D. de, TkioL 

d'fdueatum, v. 1, p. 63. 
Agar dans le desert. 19 pp. Stael-Holsteln, A. L. G. N., 

Baromu de, (Eurres, v. 16, p. 1. 
Agar et lamaeL 6 pp. Marmontel, J. F., (Eurres, v. 5, p. 

738. 
Agathocle. 57 pp. Voltaire, F. M. A. de, (Eurres. v. 6. p. 

337. 
Age, The. Bailey, P. J. 1858. 

Ag^silas. 95 pp. Comeille, P., (Eurres, v. 8, p. 317. 
Agide. 86 pp. Alfleri, V., Opere, x. 6, p. 105. 

Eng. Tragedies, tr. by E. A. Bowring, v. 2, p. 165; 

Bohn, H. G., Stand. Libr. ; Tr. by C. Lloyd, v. 3, p. 127. 
Agis. 91 pp. Home, J., Works, v. 1, p. 189. 
Aglaura. 100 pp. Suckling, Sir J., Works, v. 2, p. 181. 
Agnes Bemauer. 142 pp. Hebbel, F., SaemmU. werke, v. 

3, p. 239. 
Agradecer y no amar. 22 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., 

Comedias, v. 2, p. 596 (BibKot. de autores etpan.), and 

Ochoa, E. de, Tesoro del teatro espajL v. 3, p. 306. 
Agreeable surprise. 39 pp. O'Eeeffe, J. (Cumberland, 

J., Brit. tk. V. 31.) 
Agruml. Scenen aus dem lustspiel PoldneUa der mnel- 

ler. 44 pp. Eopisch, A., Gesamm. werke, v. 4, p. 357. 
Aham, der arzt von Granada. 99 pp. Brachvogel, A. '&., 

Ausgew. werke, v. 2, p. 103. 
Ahasv^rus. 37 pp. Qalnet,£. {Bee. d. deux moiides.XiSi, 

2 s. V. 4, p. 5.) 
Ahnfrau, Die. 158 pp. Grillparzer, F., SaewtmL werke, v. 

2, p. 1. 
Aieux chim^riques, Les. 130 pp. Bousseau, 3. B.,(Eumres, 

V. 3, p. 255. 
AJax. 32 pp. Sophocles, Tragoediae, p. 1 (Didot, A. F., 

BibHotk. gr.) ; Ed. L. Campbell, v. 2, p. 9 ; Dindorf, W., 

Po^ seen. Gr. p. 92 ; Ed. L G. A. Erfurdt,v. 1, p. 303; Ed. 

G. Linwood, p. 301. 

Eng. Tragedies, p. 239 (Bohn, H. G.. (^ass. Libr.) ; 

Tr. by E. H. Piumptre, p. 287. 

Fr. Brumoy, P., TkioL d. Gr. v. 3, p. 36. 

. Ger. Stolberg, C. and F. Ij.,Grafen xa.Gesammi. werke, 

V. 14. p. 161. 

Lai. See the Didot ed. 
Al pasar del arroyo. 21 pp. Lope de Vega Carpio, F., 

Comedias, v. 1, p. 387 (BibKot. de autores etpan.), and 

Ochoa, E. de, Tesoro del teatro espan. v. 2, p. ISO. 
Aladdin. 36 pp. [^imw.] (Cumberland, J., Brit, tk, v. 36.) 
Aladdin, eUer den forunderlige lampe, dramatiskt even- 

tyr. 269 pp. Oelilenschlaeger, A. G., Digteroatrktr, v. 

5, p. 5. 
Alaham. 134 pp. Greville, F. (FuHer worOdes' Ubr. v. 3, p. 

155.) 
Alaroos. 52 pp. Scblegel, C. W. F. von, SaemaU. werke, t. 

9, p. 193. 
Albaneserin, Die. 1828. Muellner, A. G. A., Dr. werke, v. 4. 
Albert och Julia eUer kaerleken etter doeden ; seen. 22 

pp. Stagnelius, £. J., Samlade skrifter, v. 1, p. 2a. 
Albertus Wallenstein. 80 pp. Glaptbome, H., Plays and 

poems, V. 2, p. 1. 
Albion and Albanius. 59pp. Dryden, J.,irorI», v. 7,p.209. 
Albion, knight; a moral play. 14 pp. £d. by J. P. Collier. 

(Skakes. Soe. Papers, v. 1, p. ^.) 
Albovine. 107 pp. Davenant, Sir W.. Dramatie works, T. 

1, p. 1 : Works, p. 414. 
Albrecht Duerer's b-aum. 30 pp. Immermann, C, Me- 

morabOien, v. 2, p. 361. 
Albumazar. 114 pp. TomkJs (— ). (Dodsley, B., Old plays, 

V. 7, p. 101; Scott, Sir "W., Anet. Br. dr. v. 2. p. 574.) 
Alcaid. 58 pp. Kenney, J. (Cumberland, 3., Brit. tk. v. 8.) 
Alcaide de si mlsmo. El. 18 pp. Calderon de la Barca, 

P., Comedias, v. 2, p. 511. {BiblioL de autores espan.) 
Alcalde de Zalamea, £1. 20 pp. Calderon de la Barca, 

P., Comedias, v. 3, p. 67 {BiblioL de autores espan.), and 

Ochoa, E. de, Tesoro del teatro espan. v. 3, p. 339. 



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Alcalde mayor, El. 22 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, F., 

Comedias, v. 4, p. 25. (Bibliot. de aulores espaii.) 
Alcanor. 60 pp. Cumberland, K., Posth. dramat. works, 

V. 2, p. 1. 
Alceste. 24 pp. Saint-Folx, d. F. P. de, (Euvres, v. 2, p. 87. 
Alceste seconda. 81 pp. Alflerl, V., Opere postume, v. 4, 

p. 85. 

Eng. Tragedies, t.r. by E. A. Bowrlng, v. 2, p. 525. 

(Bolin, H. a., Stand. Libr.) 
Alcestls. 28 pp. Euripides, Fabulae, p. 179 (Dldot, A. F., 

Biblioth. (jr.); Dlndorf, W., Poet. seen. Gr. p. 262; Ed. A. 

Kirchhoir, V. 1, p. 1; Ed. J. H. Monkil, 1824; Ed. A. 

I. E. Pflugk et R. Klotz, v. 2. 

Eng. Tragedies, tr. by T. A. Buckley, v. 1, p. 213 

(Bohu, H. G., Class. Libr.); Tr. by Mr. Chapman 

(Blackwood's Mag. v. 44, 1838, p. 408). 

Fr. Brumoy, P., TUat. d. Gr. v. 7, p. 177. 

Ger. Werke, mlt uebersetz. von J. A. Hartung, v. 10. 

Hal. Alfleri, V., Opere post. v. 4. 

Lat. Buchanan, G., Opera omnia, v. 2, p. 571. See also 

the Didot ed. 
Alchemist. 192 pp. Jonson, B., Works, v. 4, p. 1 ; Scott, 

Sir W., Mod. Br. dr. v. 3, p. 67. 
Alciblade. 24 pp. Ligne, K. J., Prince de, Melanges mili- 

taires, v. 18, p. 221. 
Alclblades. 75 pp. Otway, T., Works, v. 1, p. 1. 
Alcide al blvlo. 33 pp. Metastaslo, P. A. D. B. T., Opere, 

V. 10, p. 77. 
Aldo le rimeur. 40 pp. Dudevant, Mme. A. L. A. D. (Rev. 

d. deux mondes, 1833, 2 s. V. 3, p. 473.) 
Alessandria (L') tragedia dl Santa Caterlna. Llcco, G. 

Ill pp. (Bibl. star, e lett. di Sicilia, 3 a. v. 1, p. 271.) 
Alessandro neir Indie. 78 pp. Metastaslo, P. A. D. B. T., 

Opere, v. 2, p. 105. 
Alexander Mid Campaspe. 66 pp. Lyly, J. (Dodsley, K., 

Old plays, v. 2, p. 85; Scott, Sir'W., And. Br. dr. v. 1, p. 

132.) 
Alexander Magnus. 53 pp. Sachs, H. {Biblioth. lilerar. 

vereins in Stuttgart, v. 149, p. 477.) 
Alexander the Great. 12 pp. Lee, N. [London stage, v. 1 ; 

Oxberry, W., New Eng. dr. v. 3.) 
Alexandre le grand. 104 pp. Kaclne,.J., ffiui»re.<t, v. 1, p.323. 
Alexis, n. d. Immermann, C, Schriften, v. 4. 
Alferne ; romantlsk comoedie. 91 pp. Heiberg, J. L., 

Poet, skrifter, v. 2, p. 1. 
Altonslus de eerste ; treurspel. 79 pp. Da Costa, I., 

Kompleete dichlwerken, v. 1, p. 99. 
Alfred. 96 pp. Home, J., Works, v. 2, p. 275. 
Altred. 76 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Theat. v. 36, p. 3. 
Alfred the Great. 54 pp. Knowles, .1. S., Works, v. 1, p. 177. 
Alfred der grosse. 40 pp. Koerner, K. T.,Sae;ftni<. werfee, 

V. 4, p. 95. 
All Pacha. 28 pp. Payne, J. H. (Cumberland, J., Brii. 

Wi. V. 11.) 
All und Sirrah. 80 pp. Brachvogel, A. E., Ausgew. werke, 

V. 2, p. 361. 
Alienated manor. 25 pp. BalUie, J., Works, p. 336. 
Allx. 32 pp. Feuillet, O. [Rev. d, deux mondes , ISiS, n. B. 

V. 22, p. 169.) 
Allzou. 103 pp. Dlscret, L. C. (Anc. thiat.fr. v. 8, p. 393; 

Biblioth. Elzivir.) 
All at Coventry. 44 pp. Moncriefl, W. T. (Cumberland, 

3., Brit. th. V.33.) 
All fooles. 77 pp. Chapman, G., Works, v. 1, p. 109; Dods- 
ley, R., Old plays, v. 4, p. 99; Scott, Sir W., Anct. Br. dr. 

V. 2, p. 37. 
All-fools' day; or, the rival robbers: a political panto- 
mime. 23 pp. {Blackwood's Mag. v. 81, 1857, p. 393.) 
All for love. 126 pp. Dryden, J., Works, v. 5, p. 285; 

lAmdon stage, v. 1 ; Scott, Sir W., Mod. Br. dr. v. 1, p. 337. 
All for money. 71 pp. Lupton, T. (Halllwell-Phllllpps, 

3. O., Literature of the 16 and 17 centuries, p. 103.) 
All In the wrong. 182 pp. Murphy, A., Works, v. 3, p. 199; 

Cumberland, J., Brit. th. v. 6; Inchbald, E., Brit. th. v. 

3 ; London stage, v. 2 ; Oxberry, W., New Eng. drama, v. 

20. 
All the world's a stage. 8 pp. Jackman, I. {London 

stage, v. 4.) 
Alla-Moddin. 100 pp. TIeck, L., SchrifUn, v. 11, p. 269. 
AlMeutschland hlnoln. 124 pp. Benedlx, J. R., Gesamm. 

dr. werke, v. 25, p. 1. 
AU'B well that ends well. 114 pp. Shakespeare, W., 

Work*, ed. by Clark and Wright, v. 3, p. 107 ; Cumberland, 

J., Brit. tfc. v.lH. 

Note — For other ed8. see his name in general alph- 
abet. 
Alma. 30 pp. Vicente, G., Ofera*. v. 1, p. 184. 
Almanzor and Almahlde, pts. 1, 2. 209 pp. Dryden, J., 

Work*. V. 4, p. 1. 
Almocreves. 26 pp. Vicente, G., Obrns, v. 3, p. 202. 
Alonzo. 94 pp. Home, J., IForfcf, v. 2, p. 179. 
Alpenbuette, Die. 28 pp. Kotzebuo, A. F. F. von, Tlitai. 

V. :«, p. 19S. 
AlphonsuB. 67 pp. Greene, R., Works, v. a, p. 1. 



Alphonsus, Emperour of Germany. 89 pp. Chapman, G., 

Works, V. 3, p. 195. 
Alt buler mlt der zauberey. 16 pp. Sachs, H. {Biblioth, 

literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 125, p. 120.) 
Alt hannentanz, Der. 13 pp. (Biblioth. literar. vereins in 

Stuttgart, v. 29, p. 583.) 
Alt reich burger. 27 pp. Sachs, H. (Biblioth. literar, 

vereins in Stuttgart, v. 140, p. 115.) 
Alt und neu ee, die sinagog. 33 pp. (Biblioth. Utei-ar, 

vereins in Stuttgart, v. 28, p. 1.) 
Alte Herr, Der. 96 pp. Amalie, M. F. k... Duchess of Saxony. 

Dr. werke, v. 6, p. 299. 
Alte jungfer, Die, 92 pp. Benedix, J. R., Gesamm. dr. 

werke, v. 10, p. 93. 
Alte Jungfer, Die. 34 pp. Leasing, G. E., Saemmt. schrif- 
ten, V. 2, p. 382. 
Eng. Comedies, p. 109. (Bohn, H. G., Stand. Libr.) 
Alte lelbkutscher Peter des drltten, Der. 28 pp. Kotze- 
bue, A. F. F. von, Tlieat. v. 9, p. 101. 
Alte maglster, Der. 89 pp. Benedlx, J. R., Gesamm. dr. 

werke, v. 3, p. 241. 
Alte reiche buerger der seinen soehnon sein gut ueber- 

gab. 3t pp. Sachs, H., Ernstliche trauerspiele, v. 3, 

p. 38. 
Alten buler vnnd wucherer. 53 pp. Ayrer, J., Dramen, 

v. 4 ; Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 79, p. 2225. 
Alten llebschaften, Die. 32 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, 

Theat. v. 27, p. 3. 
Altes sprichwort, Eln. 30 pp. Benedlx, J. R., Gesamm. 

dr. werke, v. 23, p. 285. 
Alzira. 62 pp. Hill, A., Works, v. 2, p. 115. 
Alzlre. 81 pp. Voltaire, F. M. A. de, (Euvres, v. 2, p. 361. 
Alzuma. 104 pp. Murphy, A., IVorfcs, v. 1, p. 309. 
Amadis de Gaula. 40 pp. Vicente, G., Obras, v. 2, p. 253. 
Amado y aborrecido. 24 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., 

Comedias, v. 3, p. 211. (Bibliot. deautores espan.) 
Amans maguiflques, Les. 91pp. (Molifere, J. B. P.,(EuB>-e«, 

v. 7, p. 469. 

Eng. Dramat. works, v. 5, p. 191; Works, Fr. and 

Eng., V. 7, p. 69. 
Amant indiscret, L', ou le malstre 6tourdy. 52 pp. Qui- 

nault, P. (Fournel, V., Contemp. de MoUere, v. 1, p. 7.) 
Amante dl ae medesimo, L'. 80 pp. Goldoni, C., Cotju 

medie, v. 19, p. 163. 
Amante militare, L'. 68 pp. Goldoni, C, Commedie, v. 

19, p. 3. 
Amantes de Teruel, Loa. 19 pp. Tellez, G., Comedias, p. 

690. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amanti tlmidl. 60 pp. Goldoni, C, Commedie, v. 27, p. 3. 
Amanta jaloux. Lea. 84 pp. Le Sage, A. R., (Euvres, v. 

12, p. 47. 
Amar deapuea de la muerte. 20 pp. Calderon de la Barca, 

P., Comedias, v. 3, p. 681. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amar por arte mayor. 19 pp. Tellez, G., Comedias, p. 423. 

(Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amar por razon de estado. 18 pp. Tellez, G., ComMias, 

p. 166. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amar por seHas. 20 pp. Tellez, G., Comedias, p. 462. 

(Bibliot. de autores espaii.) 
Amar sin saber 6. quien. 22 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, F., 

Comedias, v. 2, p. 443. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amasis. 97 pp. Lagrange, J. de C. de. (Petltot, C. B. 

and A., Ripert. th6at.fr. v. 2, p. 91.) 
Amateurs and actors. 36 pp. Peake, R. B. (Cumber- 
land, J., Brit. th. V. 16.) 
Ambition. 60 pp. Mayhew, T. (Cumberland, J., £W<. <ft. 

V. 34. ) 
Ambition : a farce. 17 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. v. 50, 1841, 

p. 432.) 
Ambitious step-mother. 104 pp. Rowe, N., Works, v. 1, 

1766, p. 1; V. 1,1792, p. 1. 
Amboyna. 86 pp. Dryden, J., Works, v. 5, p. 1. 
Ambrose Gwinett. 54 pp. Jerrold, D. W. (Cumberland, 

J., Minor th. v. 8.) 
Amelia. 46 pp. Carey, H., Works, p. 1. 
Amelia Wentworth. 28 pp. Procter, B. W., Works, v. 3, 

p. 127. 
Amelie. 66 pp. Voltaire, F. M. A. de, (Euvres, v. 2, p. 225. 
Amends for ladies. 80 pp. Field, N. (Dodaley, R., Old 

plays, supplement ; White, T., Old Eng. dr. v. 2.) 
Ami de la malaon, L'. 35 pp. Marmontel, J. F., (Euvres, 

v. 5, p. 586. 
Amlcltla exulans. [Gr. et Lat.] 8 pp. Theodorus Pro- 

dromus. (With Euripides, Fragmenta; Dldot, A. F., 

Biblioth. gr.) 
Amigo, amante y leal. 20 pp. Calderon de la B&rca, P., 

Comedias, v. 2, p. 555. (Bibliot. de autores espaii.) 
Amigo haata la muerte. El. 26 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, 

F., Comedias, v. 4, p. 323. (Bibliot. deautores espaii.) 
Amlnta. 96 pp. Tasso, T., Opere, v. 4, p. 1. 
Amis et Amille. 67 pp. (Paris, G., and Robert, U., Mira- 
cles de Nostre Dame, v. 4, p. 1.) 
Amlstad castlgada. La. 17 pp. Alarcon, of Mendoaa, 3. 

R. de, Comedias, p. 285. (Bibliot. deautoret espaii.) 



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AmlBtad en el pellgro. La. 15 pp. Valdlvlelso, J. de. 
■(Pedroso, R G., Autos sacramentala, p. 230; Bibliot. de 
aulores espaii.) 
Amleth. 78 pp. Oehlenschlaeger, A. G., Tragoedier, v. 2, 

p. 103. 
Amor al uso, H. 21 pp. Soils, A. de. (Mesonero Bo- 
manos, R. de, Dramat.post. a Lope de Vega, v. l,p. 1; Bib- 
liot. de aulores espah.; Ochoa.E. de, Colec. depiezas escog- 
idas, and Tesiro del teatro espan. v. 5, p. 291.) 
Amor como ha de ser, El. 17 pp. CublUo, A. de A. (Meso- 
nero Romanes, B. de, Dramat. post, a Lope de Vega, v. 1, 
p. 161; Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amor constante. El. 22 pp. Castro, G. de. (Mesonero 
Romanos, R. de, Dramat. contemp. a Lope de Vega, v. 1, 
p, 281; Bibliot. de autores espaii.) 
Amor enamorado. El. 96 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, F. 

( Colec. obras suelt. v. 10, p. 212.) 
Amor, honor y poder. 18 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., 

Comedias, v. 1, p. 367. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amor m6dlco. El. 21 pp. Tellez, G., Comediat, p. 381. 

[Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amor prlglonlero, L'. 9 pp. Metastaslo, P. A. D. B. T., 

Opere, v. 9, p. 291. 
Amor und Psyche. 74 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P. 
(Elchendorff, J., Freikerr von, Saemmt. xcerke, v. 6, p. 103.) 
Amor vengado. 2 pp. Vega, A. de la. (Moratin, L. F., 
Obras, p. 287 ; Bibliot. de autores espan. ; and Ochoa, E. de, 
Tesoro teatro espan. v. 1, p. 200.) 
Amor y celos hacen dlscretos. 16 pp. TeUez, G., Come- 
dias, p. 150. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amor y el amlstad. El. 18 pp. Tellez, G., Comedias, p. 328. 

(Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Amore patemo, L'. 58 pp. Goldonl, C, Commedie, v. 

12, p. 3. 
Amorl dl Zellnda e Lindoro. 95 pp. Goldonl, C, Com- 
medie, V. 4, p. 105. 
Amorous bigot. 85 pp. Shadwell, T., Worlcs, v. 4, p. 217. 
Amorous old-woman. Duffet, T. 1674. 
Amorous prince. 82 pp. Behu, Mrs. A., Plays, v. 4, p. 257. 
Amour de I'art, L'. 34 pp. Lablche, E. {Th£at. de cam- 

pagne, v. 4, p. 1.) 
Amour mMecin, L'. 70 pp. MoHdre, J. B. P., (Euvres, v. 
5, p. 5. 

Eng. Dramat. works, v. 3, p. 189; Works, Fr. and 
Eng., V. 6, p. 1. 
Amoureux, Un. 12 pp. (Anc. thiat.fr. x.l, p. n2; Bibliotk, 

Eltivir.) 
Amours de Calotin. 15 pp. Chevalier, 3. (Foumel, V., 

Contemp. de Moliere, v. 3, p. 189.) 
Amphltruo. 109 pp. Plautus, T. M., Comoediae. v. 1, p. 43 
(Valpy, A. J., Script. Lat.) ; Ex recens. Welsll, v. 1, p. 1. 
Eng. Comedies, tr. by H. T. Rliey, v. 2, p. 1. iBohn 
H. G.. Class. Libr.) 

Span. Castro, A. de, Curiosidad« biblicarajicas. p. 461. 
Amphitryon. 105 pp. Dryden, J., irorl-*, v. 8, p. 1. 
Amphitryon. 139 pp. MoUJre, J. B. P., (Euvres, v. 6. p. 219. 
Eng. Dramat. works, v. 4, p. 229; Works, Fr. and 
Eng., v.- 6, p. 1. 

Ger. Klelst, H. von. Gesamm. schri/t. v. 1, p. 321. 
Amphrlsa. 11 pp. [Anon.] Hey wood. T., ITorfci, v. 6, p. 297. 
Amsteldamsche Hecuba ; treur-spel. 62 pp. Vondel, J 

van den, Werken, v. 2, p. 231. 
Amsterdainsche wlnteravond in 1632; geschiedkundlg 
tafereel. 55 pp. Lennep, J. van, Poel. toerken, v. 9, 

Amyntas. 94 pp. Randolph, T., Poems, p. 197; Poet, and 

dr. works, p. M7. 
Ancestress. 30 pp. Maclean, Mrs. L. E. L., Works,y. 2, p. 63 
Andalouse, L-. 34 pp. BiUet, \. (Thiat. decampagne.y. 5, 

Andr6 del Sarto. 90 pp. Musset, L. C. A. de, (Ewyres, v 
3, p. 49. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1833, 2 s. v. 2, p. 5.) 

Andrea of Hungary. 25 pp. Landor, W. S., Worlcs, v 2 
p. 524. ' 

Andreas Hofer. 190 pp. Immermann, C, Schriflen v 3 
p. 245. ■ • » 

Andria. 128 pp. TerenUus Afer, P., Comoediae sex, v. 1 
p. 266 (Valpy, A. .T., Script. Lat.) ; Comoediae ed. A. 
Fleckeisen, p. 7 ; Ed. F. Umpfenbach, p. 1; Ed. W 
Wagner, p. 25. 

Eng- Comedies, tr. by H. T. BUey, p. 1. (Bohn, H. G., 
Class. Libr.) 

Ft. Desperlers, B., (Eutres, v. 1, p. 187. (BidKoO. 
Eltenr.) 

Ital. Alflerl, V., Opere postume. v. 12; Macchlavelll, 

If.,Op«re, V. 8, p. 161. 
Andrleime, L'. 124 pp. Baron, M. (Petltot, C. B. and 

A., Riperl. tlUat.fr. v. 10, p. 159.) 
Andromache. 28 pp. Euripides, Fabulae, p. 207 (DIdot, 

'^\ A ^'*"°''»- 9r.) ; Dindorf, W., Poet. seen. ffr. p. 358: 

Ed. G. Hermannus, v. 2 ; Ed. A. Klrchhoff, v. 1, p. 43; 

Ed^. 1. E. Pflugk et R. Klotz, v. 1. ' y ' 

,n-S'£* x?^1$^^' ^- ^y T. A. Buckley, v. 2, p. 126. 
{Bobn,B.G., Class. Libr.) 
Pabt 11.-18. 



Fr. Brumoy, P., Thiat. d. Gr. v. 7, p. 2ba. 
Ger. Werke, mlt uebersetz. von J. A. Hartung, v. 16. 
Lat. See the DIdot ed. 
Andromana. 24 pp. Shirley, 3. (Scott, Sir W., Anet. 

Brit. dr. v. 3, p. 242.) 
Andromaque. 133 pp. Racine, J., (Eurres,\. 1, p. 427. 
Andromfede. 112 pp. Comellle, P., (Eurres, v. 6, p. 157. 
.\ndronlc. 96 pp. Camplstron, J. G. (Petitot, C. B. and 

A., Ripert. thiat.fr. v. 1, p. 245.) 
Andronlcus Comnenins. 100 pp. Wilson, J., Dramat. 

• works, p. 111. 
-Ane (L')et le ruisseau. 78pp. Musset. L. C. .\. de,<Burr«, 

V. 10. p. 187. 

Antang und endeder welt. 114pp. Krueger.B. (Groedeke, 

K., and Tlttmann, J., Deutsek. dichierl6 jakrh, v. 3, p. 7.) 

Angela. 18 pp. Benedix, J. R.,Gesamm. dr. werke, v. 8, p. 23. 

Angelica, L'. 41 pp. Metastasio, P. A. D. B. T., Opere, v. 

9, p. 5. 
Angelica in Ebuda. 51 pp. Chiabrera, G. ( Teatro ital. 

antico, v. 9, p. 195.) 
Angelo. 118 pp. Hugo, V. M., Comte. (Eurres : drame, v. 3, 

p. 277. 
-AngoUsche kater, Der, Oder die koenlgln von Golkonde. 

77 pp. Muellner, A. G. A., Dr. werke, v. 5, p. 3. 
Animal magnetism. 33 pp. Inchbald, Mrs. E. (Cum- 
berland, J., Brit. th. V. 14.) 
Anne Blake. 54 pp. Marston, J. W., Dramat. and poet. 

works, V. 1, p. 307. 
Anne Boleyn. 122 pp. Boker, G. H., Plms and poems, \. 

1, p. 113. 
Anne Boleyn. 114 pp. Mllman, H. H., Poet, works, v. 3, p. 1. 
Annette et Lubln. 22 pp. Marmontel, J. F., (Eueres, v. 

7, p. 594. 
Annunclaclo. 9 pp. (Toumeley mysteries; Surtees Sec. v. 

3. p. 72.) 

Antes que todo es mi dama. 24 pp. Calderon de la 

Barca, P., Comedias. v. 3, p. 549. (Bibliot. de autores 

espan.) 

Antichrist. 28 pp. (Chester plays, y. 2, p. 150; Shakes. Soc.) 

Antichrist. 23 pp. (Marriott, W., Coll. Eng. miraele-plays, 

p. 16.) 
Antlcrlsto, El. 15 pp. Alarcon, of Mendoza, 3. R. de, Com- 
edias, p. 359. (Bibliot. de aulores espan.) 
Antidote, L'. 117 pp. Alflerl, V.. Opere postume. v. 6, p. 123. 
Antigone. 61 pp. Alamannl, L. {Teatro ital. antico, v. 2, 

p. 143.) 
Antigone. 83 pp. Aineri, V., Opere, v. 1, p. 189. 

Eng. Tragedies, tr. by E. A. Bowrlng, v. 1, p. 101 ; 
Bohn, H. G., Stand. Libr. ; Tr. by C. Lloyd, v. 1, p. 122. 
Antigone. 20 pp. Marmontel, J. F., (Eurres, v. 7, p. 574. 
-Antigone. 30 pp. Sophocles, Tragoediae, p. 151 (DIdot, 
A. F., Bibliotk. gr.) ; Ed. L. Campbell, v. 1, p. 443 ; Din- 
dorf, W., Poet. seen. Gr. p. 168 ; Ed. I. G. A. Erf urdt, v. 
1, p. 1 ; Ed. G. Llnwood, p. 165. 

Eng. Tragedies, p. 162 (Bohn, H. G., Class. Ubr.); 
Tr. by E. H. Plumptre, p. 127. 
Fr. Brumoy, P., Theat. d. Gr. y. 5, p. 1. 
Ger. Stolberg, C. and F. L., Graf en zu, Gesamtt.ti>erke, 
y. 14, p. 1. 

Lat. See the DIdot ed. 
Antlgono. 77 pp. Metastasio, P. A. D. B. T., Opere, v. 6, p. 6. 
Antloco y Seleuco. 17 pp. Moreto y CabaBa, A., Come- 
dias, p. 39. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Antipodes. 115 pp. Brome, R., Works, v. 3, p. 225. 
-Antiquary. 77 pp. [Anon.] (Cumberland, -T., Brit. th. 

V. 31.) 
-\ntlquary. 96 pp. Marmlon, S. (Dodsley, R.,0?dpZayf, 

V. 10, p. 1 ; Scott, Sir W., And. Brit. dr. v. 3, p. 106.) 
Antonio and Melllda. 144 pp. Marston, J., Works, v. 1, 

p. 1 ; Dllke, C. W., Old Eng. plays, v. 2, p. 99. 

Antonio Foscarinl. 95 pp. Nlccolini, G. B., Opere, v. 1, p. 1. 

Antony and Cleopatra. 49 pp. .Alfleri, V., Tragedies, tr. 

by E. A. Bowring, v. 2, p. 419. (Bohn, H. G., Stand. Libr.) 

Antony and Cleopatra. 98 pp. Brooke, H., Plajfs, v. 2, 

p. 329. 
Antony and Cleopatra. 158 pp. Shakespeare, W., Works, 
ed. by Clark and Wright, v. 9, p. 1 ; Inchbald, E., Brit, 
th. y. 9. 

!fote — For other eds. see his name In general 
alphabet. 
Antreuxo. 28 pp. Ayrer, 3., Dramen, v. 4; Bibliotk. Hterar. 

vereins in Stuttgart, v. 79, p. 2337. 
Anything for a quiet life. 98 pp. Mlddleton, T., ITorls, 

V. 4, p. 413. 
Anznelo de Fenlsa, El. 24 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, F., 

Comedias, v. 3, p. 363. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Apatlsta, L'. 75 pp. Goldonl, C, Commedie, v. 30, p. 183. 
Ape, L'. 13 pp. Metastaslo,P. A. D.B. T,Opere,v.lO, p.m. 
Apfeldleb, Der. 16 pp. Glelm, 3. W. L., Saemmt. werke, 

V. 3, p. 73. 
Aplus and Virginia. 42 pp. [Anon.] (Dodsley, K., Old 

plays, y. 12, p. 337.) 
Apollo and Daphne. 16 pp. Heywood, T., Works, v. 6, 
p. 281. 



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Apollo and Daphne. 4 pp. Hughes, J. (Anderson, B., 

Brit, poets, v. 7, p. 317 ; Chalmers, A., Eng. poets, v. 10, 

p. 49.) 
Apollon's hain. 52 pp. Stolberg, F. L., (7ro/zu. (Stol- 

berg, C. and F. 1,., Graf en zu, Gesamm. werke.v. 5, p. 59.) 
Apolo y Climene. 24 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., Com- 

edias, v. 4, p. 151. (Hihliot. de autores espaii.) 
Apotheosis. 4 pp. Beddoes, T. L., Poems, v. 1, p. 96. 
Appearance Is against them. 10 pp. {London stage, \. i.) 
Appelmaenner, Die. 86 pp. Arnim, L. A. von, Saemmt. 

werke, v. 7, p. 139. 
Appetlt vlent en mangeant. 19 pp. Claveau, A. (Jiev. con- 
temp. 1859, V. 2, p. 73.J 
Applus and Virginia. 102 pp. Webster, J., Works, v. 3, 

p. 123; Dilke, C. W.,Old Eng. plays, v. 5, p. 349. 
Apples : a comedy. 10 pp. I Blackwood's Mag. y. 1^^,1919, 

p. 23.) 
Apprentice, The. 74 pp. Murphy, A., Works, v. 2, p. 1 ; 

London stage, v. 4; Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit. dr. v. 5, 

p. 427. 
Aprilsnarrene, eller, Intrlguen 1 skolen ; vaudeville. 130 

pp. Helberg, J. L., Poet, skrifter, v. 6, p. 3. 
Arabische pulver. Das. 42 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, 

Theat. v. 26, p. 243. 
Arablske pulver, Det; comoedie. 11 pp. Holberg, L., 

SamlHge comoedier, p. 183. 

Ger. Holberg, L., Daenische schauhuehne, v. 1, p. 1. 
Arcadia. 83 pp. Shirley, J., Works, v. 6, p. 169. 
Arcadia, La. 25 pp. Lope de Vega Carpio, F., Comedias, 

V. 3, p. 155. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Arden of Feversham. 63 pp. Llllo, G., IForfcs, v. 2, p. 175; 

London stage, v. 1 ; Scott, Sir Vf., Mod. Brit. dr. v. 2, 

p. 105.) 
Arenal de Sevllla, El. 20 pp. Lope de Vega Carpio, F., 

Comedias, v. 3, p. 527. {Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
AretaphUa mlt den zweyen tyrannen. 30 pp. Sachs, H. 

(Biblioth. lilerar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 149, p. 142.) 
Argaliis and Parthenla. 66 pp. Glapthorne, H., Plays 

and poems, v. 1, p. 1. 
Argenls y PoUarco. 21 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., 

Comedias, v. 1, p. 437. {Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Argentile and Curan. 112 pp. Mason, W., Works, v. 2, 

p. 207. 
Argonauten, Die. 117 pp. Grlllparzer. F., Saemmt. werke, 

v. 3, p. 39. 
Ariadne auf Naxos. 15 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Theat. 

V. 14, p. 297. 
Arladne-Libera. 24 pp. Herder, J. G., Saemmt. werke, v. 

15, p. 126. 
Aristlppus. 32 pp. Kandolph, T., Poem.?, p. 291 ; Poet, and 

dramat. works, p. 1. 
Arlstodemo. ill pp. Monti, V., Opere, v. 3, p. 9. 
Arlstom^ue. 41 pp. Marmoutel, J. F., (Eiivres,v.5, p. 346. 
Ariston. 36 pp. {Internal. Rev. v. 1, 1874, p. 611.) 
Arlequln au Serrail. 40 pp. Saint-Folx, G. F. P. de, ffiawes, 

V. 1, p. 369. 
Arlequln, maitre de malson. 48 pp. Florian, J. P. C. de. 

CEuvres, v. 12, p. 45. 
Arlequln roi. 19 pp. Florian, J. P. C. de. (Euvres, v. 12, 

p. 111. 
Armand. 60 pp. Ritchie, Mrs. A. C. M. Plays. 
Armas de la hermosura. Las. 23 pp. Calderon de la 

Barca, P. Comedias, v. 3, p. 187 {Bibliot. de autores espan.), 

and Ochoa, E. de, Tesoro tealro espan. v. 3, p. 438. 
Armband, Das. 24 pp. Benedix, J. B. Gesamm. dr. werke, 

v. 20, p. 33. 
Arme minnesinger, Der. 24 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von. 

Theat. v. 26, p. 3. 
Arme poet, Der. 28 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von. Theaf. v. 

28, p. 215. 
Armuih und edelslnn. 114 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von. 

Theat. V. 5, p. 3. 
Arraignment of Paris. 67 pp. Peeie, G. Works, v. 1, p. 1. 
Arrenopla. 143 pp. Giraldl Clutlo, G. B. {Teatro italiano 

aniico, v. 5, p. 49.) 
Artaserse. 95 pp. Metastaslo, P. A. D. B. T. Opere, v. 3, p. 5. 

Eng. Dramas, tr. by J. Hoole, V. 1, p. 1. 
Artaxerxes. 24 pp. Arne.T. A. (Cumberland, J., Brit. th. 

V. 19; Ox berry, W., New Eng. dr. v. 22.) 
Artaxerxes. 60 pp. Holberg, L. von. Daenische schaabuehne, 

T. o, p. 427. 

Arteralre. 28 pp. Voltaire, F. M. A. de. (Euvrex, v. 1, p. 159. 
Arthur: a dramatic fable. 10 pp. Alrd, T. (Blackwood's 

Mag. V. 38, 18:16, p. 84.) 
Artince. 86 pp. Centllvro, Mrt. 8. Works, v. 3, p. 287. 
Arzt genant malster Unclan, wlo er alnein pauron crznei 

gab. 3 pp. (Biblioth. lilerar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 28 

p. 365.) ' 

Arzt mlt den zwelf paurn. 9 pp. {Biblioth. literar. vereins 

in Stuttgart, v. 29, p. 679.) 

Arzt'8 vasnacht, Dee. 4 pp. (Biblioth. literar. vereim in 
Stuttgart, v. 2!>, p. 696.) 



As you like It. 92 pp. Shakespeare, W. Works, ed. by 

Clark and Wright, v. 2, p. 373; Cumberland, .7., Brit. th. 

V. 3; Oxberry, W., New Eng. dr. v. 7. 

N^ote. — For other eds. see his name In general 

alphabet., 
Ascenclo Domini. 11pp. {Tmvneley mysteries ; Surlees Soc. 

V. 3, p. 294.) 
Ascension, The. 9 pp. {Chester plays, y. 2, p. 113; Shakes. 

Soc.) 
Ascension, The. 4 pp. (Halliwell, J. O., Ludus Coventria, 

p. 377 ; Shakes. Soc.) 
Aschenbroedel. 141 pp. Benedix, J. R. Gesamm. dr. werke, 

V. 21, p. 1. 
Aschermitwoch vasnacht, vom pelchten. 3 pp. {Biblioth. 

literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 29, p. 621.) 
Asilo d'amore, L". 27 pp. Metastaslo, P. A. D. B. T. 

Opere, v. 9, p. 101. 
Asinaria. 86 pp. Plautus, T. M. Comoediae, v. 1, p. 153 

(Valpy, A. .1., Script. Lot.) ; Ex recens. Weisll, v. 1, p. 67. 
Eng. Comedies, tr. by H.T. Biley, v. 1, p. 477. (Bohn, 

H. G., Classic. Libr.) 
Aspides de Cleopatra, Los. 20 pp. Bojas Zorrllla, F. de. 

Comedias, p. 421. (Bibliot. de autores e<pan.) 
Assetta. 121 pp. Marlanl, F. (Teatro ital. antico, v. 10, p. 

239.) 
Assignation. 104 pp. Dryden, J. Works, v. 4, p. 343. 
Assumption of the virgin. 18 pp. (Halliwell, J. O., Ludus 

Coventricz, p. 383; Shakes. Sue.) 
Astrea placata. 21 pp. Metastaslo, P. A. D. B. T. Opere, 

V. 9, p. 247. 
Astr§e. 45 pp. La Fontaine, J. de. (Euvres, 1826, v. 4, p. 

167 ; 1860, v. 4, p. 395 ; Biblioth. Elzevir. 
Astrologo llngldo, El. 21 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P. 

Comedias, v. 1, p. 573. (Bibliot. de autores e.^pan.) 
At the court of King Edwin. Leighton, W., Jr. 1878. 
Atalanta in Calydon. A tragedy. Swinburne, A. C. 1868. 
Atalantis. 88 pp. Simras, W. G. Poems, v. 1, p. 121. 
Atelier de Phidias. 40 pp. Beule, C. E. (Bev. d. deux 

mondes, 1861, 2 per. v. .32, p. 292.) 
Atenaide, L'. 41 pp. Metastaslo, P. A. D. B. T. Opere, 

V. 10, p. 125. 
Athalie. 140 pp. Racine, J. Oiuvres, v. 4, p. 107. 
Atheist. 118 pp. Otway, T. Works, v. 2, 1812, p. 1 ; v. 3, 

1813, p. 97. 
Athelwold. 69 pp. Hill, A. Works, v. 1, p. 2i3. 
Athenian captive. 63 pp. Talfourd, T. N. Tragedies, p. 97. 
Atree et Thyeste. 79 pp. Cr6blllon, P. J. de. (Euvres, v. 

1, p. 153. 
Attendez-moi sous I'orme. 28 pp. Regnard, J. F. (Euvres, 

V. 1, p. 488. 
Attila. 82 pp. Corneille, P. (Euvres, v. 9, p. 1. 
Attila, Koenig der Hunnen. 1840. Werner, F. L. Z.,Ausgew. 

schriften, v. 8. 
Attilio"Regolo. 83 pp. Metastaslo, P. A. D. B. T. Opere, 

V. 5, p. 279. 

Eng. Dramas, tr. by J. Hoole, v. 3, p. 239. 
Au pied du mur. 17 pp. Najac, E. de. (Rev. d. deux numdes, 

1866, 2 p6r. V. 63, p. 121.) 
Auchindrane. 122 pp. Scott, ,S'tVW.,Foe<.7t)orfcs, v. 12,p. 241. 
Aucto de la Fee. 6 pp. Timoneda, J. (Podroso, E. G., 

Autos sacrameniales, p. 89; Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Aucto del magna. 4 pp. (Pedroso, E. G., Autos sacramen- 
iales, p. 7 ; Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Auerhahn, Der. 174 pp. Arnim, L. A. von, Saemmt. werke, 

V. 6, p. 35. 
Auf dem heiraths bureau. 36 pp. Benedix, J. B. Gesamm. 

dr. werke, v. 18, p. 1. 
Auf dem lande. 1U6 pp. Benedix, J. B. Gesamm. dr. werke, 

V. 11, p. 1. 
Aufforweckung Lasari. 14 pp. Sachs, H. (Biblioth. literar. 

vereins in Stuttgart, v. 136, p. 242.) 
Auffrhuerlsch Absolom mltseluem vatter. 26 pp. Sachs, 

H. (Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 110, p. 86.) 
Aufgeregten. 16 pp. Goethe, J. W. von. Saemmt. werke, 

v. 2, p. 318. 
Augmentation de la baguette, L". 11 pp. Regnard, J. F. 

Qiuvres, v. ^, p. 648. 
Augurlo dl felicitk. 5 pp. Metastaslo, P. A. D. B. T. 

Opere, v. 9, p. 321. 
Aulularia. 84 pp. Plautus, T. M. Comoediae, v. 1, p. 239 

(Valpy, A. J., Script. Lai.); Ex recens. Weisll, v. 1, p. 121. 
Eng. Comedies, tr. by H.T. Riley, v. 1, p. 373. (Bohn, 

H. G., Class. Libr.) 
Ann de nocho alumbra ol sol. 16 pp. Godinez, F. (Meso- 

nero Bomanos, R. de, Dramat. ctmtemp. a Lope de Vega, 

V. 2, p. 199 ; Uibliot. de autores espaii.) 
Aureng-Zebe. 115 pp. Dryden, .1. Works, v. 5, p. 167. 
Aurlstela y Lisldante. 30 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P. 

Comedias, v. 3, p. 627. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Aurora en Copacavana, La. 26 pp. Calderon de la 

Barca, P. Comedias, v. 4 , p. 235. (Bibliot. de' autores 

espan.) 
Ausente en el lugar, El. 24 pp. Lope de Vega Cai'plo, F. 

Comedias, v. 1, p. 249. (BiMiot. de autores esj-aii.) 



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Aufireden lasseu. 22 pp. Benedlx, J. B. Gesamm. dr. 

werke, v. 18. p. 279. 
Au83 dem ritterorden dess podagrischep fluss. 36 pp. 

Ayrer, J. Dramen, v. 4; Biblioth. lilerar. vereins in Stutt- 
gart, V. 79. p. 2491. 
Austerlitz. 53 pp. Haiues, J. T. (Cumberland, J., Minor 

th. V. 14.) 
Author. 42 pp. Foote, S. Works, v. 1 ; Scott, Sir W., Mod. 

Brit. dr. v. 3, p. 274. 
Author's farce. 74 pp. Fielding, H. fVorks, v. 1, p. 275. 
Autor, Der. 68 pp. Tieck, L. 'Schriflen, v. 13, p. 267. 
Autour d'un berceau. 13 pp. Legouvfi, E. {Thiat. de cam- 

pagne, v. 1, p. 149.) 
Autre Tartufe, L'. 128 pp. Beaumarchais, P. A. C. de. 

(Euvres, v. 2 p. 245. 
Aux arrets. 27 pp. Derieux, J. (pseud.), and Au, E. d'. 

{ThSat. de campagne, v. 5, p. 193.) 
Avant le bal. 24 pp. Reboullet, A. {Th^at. de campagne, 

V. 1, p. 279.) 
Avare, L'. 166 pp. Molidre, J. B. P. (Euvres, v. 7, p. 5. 
Eng. Dramatic works, v. 5, p. 1 ; Works, Fr. and 

Eng., V. 2, p. 1. 

Ital. Rosiui, G. Opere, v. 1, p. 161. 
Avare en gants jaunes, L'. 106 pp. Labiche. E. Thiat. v. 

6, p. 203. 
Avaro, L'. 38 pp. Goldoni, C. Commedie, v. 21, p. 3. 
Avaro fastoso, L'. 75 pp. Goldoni, C. Commedie, v. 6, p. 95. 
Aventuras del hombre. Las. 45 pp. Lope de Vega Carpio, 

F. Colec. obras suelt. v. 18, p. 269. 
Averlguelo -vargas. 22 pp. Tellez, G. C'omedias, p. 668. 

(Bibliot. de autores espafi.) 
Aves. 51 pp. Aristophanes. Comoediae, p. 197 (Didot, A. 

F., Biblioth. gr.); Ed. I. Bekkerus, v. 1, p. 291; Dindorl, 

W., Poet. seen. Gr. p. 639; Ed. W. G. Green, 1879. 

Eng. Comedies, tr. by W. J. Hickle, v. 1, p. 299 

(Bohn, H. a.. Class. Libr.); Frere, J. H., Works, v. 2, p. 137. 
Fr. Brumoy, P. Thiat. d. Gr. v. 14, p. 1. 
Ger. Goethe, J. W. von. Saemmt. werke, v. 2, p. 80. 
Lot. See the Didot ed. 
Aveugle clairvoyant, L'. 61 pp. Legrand, M. A. (Petitot, 

C. B. and A., R6pert. thiat.fr. v. 18, p. 349.) 
Aveugle de Spa, L". 31 pp. Genlis, F. S. D. de. Thiat. 

d'iducation, v. 2, p. 129. 
Avocat patelln, L'. 77 pp. Brueys, D. A. de. (Petitot, C. 

B. and A., Ripert. thcat.fr. v. 16. p. 369.) 
Awenture della villegglatura, L". 80 pp. Goldoni, C. 

Commedie, v. 5, p. 187. 
Avventuriere onorato, L". 86 pp. Goldoni, C. Commedie, 

V. 1, p. 175. 
Avvocato Venezlano, L'. 110 pp. Goldoni, C. Commedie, 

V. 3, p. 89. 
Axel og Valborg. 102 pp. Oehlenschlaeger, A. G. Tragoe- 

dier, V. 6, p. 7. 
Az6mire. 67 pp. Ch^nier, M. J. de. (Euvres, v. 1, p. 75. 

Bablllard, Le. 40 pp. Boissy, L. de. (Petitot, C. B. and 

A., lUpert. thiat. fr. v. 21, p. 367.) 
Babst, cardinal, und von bischoffen, Vom. 6 pp. (Bib- 
lioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 29, p. 642.) 
Bacchae. 33 pp. Euripides, Fabulae, p. 393 (Didot, A. 
F., Biblioth. gr.); Dindorf, W., Poet. seen. Gr. p. 404; 
Ed. A. KirchhoCT, v. 1, p. 87 ; Ed. J. E. Sandys, 1880. 

Eng. Tragedies, tr. by T. A. Buckley, v. 1, p. 247. 
(Bohn, H. G., Class. Libr.) 

Fr. Brumoy, P., Tkiat. d. Gr. v. 9, p. 291. 
Ger. Werke, mit uebersetz. von J. A. Hartung, v. 7. 
Lat. See the Didot ed. 
Baccbanterna eller faaatismen ; sorgspel. 45 pp. Stag- 

nellus, E. J., Samlade skrifter, v. 1, p. 243. 
Bacchldes. 106 pp. Plautus, T. M., Comoediae, v. 2, p. 
675 (Valpy, A. J., Script. Lai.) ; Ed. F. Kitschelii, v. 1 ; 
Ex recens. Weisli, v. 1, p. 169. 

Eng. Comedies, tr. by H. T. Riley, v. 1, p. 145. (Bohn. 
H. G., Class. Libr.) f \ , 

Backwoodsman and the dandy. Doddridge, J. 12 pd 
( With his Logan, p. 39.) 

Badekuren. 48 pp. Putlltz, G. H. G. zu, Lustspiele. v. 1. 

p. 47. 
Badin. Le. 18 pp. (Anc. thiat. fr. v. 1, p. 271 ; Biblioth. 

EUivir.) 

Badln qui se loue, Le. 16 pp. (Anc. thiat. fr. v. 1, p. n9 ; 

Biblioth. Elzivir.) 
Baebbel, Oder : ans zweien uebeln das klelnete. 40 pp. 

Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Thiat. v. 31, p. 117. 
Baguette de Vulcaln, La. 12 pp. Regnard, J. F.,<Bupre*, 

V. 2, p. 636. . *- >» 

Bahnhof, Der. 114 pp. henedix. 3. R., Gesamm. dr. werke, 
V. 22, p. 1. ' 

Balser Kerie, Le. 23 pp. Florian, J. P. C. de, (Euvres, v. 

6, p. 233. 
Bajazet. 115 pp. Racine, J., (Euvres, v. 2, p. 403. 
Bal, Le. 29 pp. Regnard, J. F., (Euvres, v. 1, p. 267. 



17 pp. (Chester plays, v. 1, p. 77; 
Tellez, G., Comedias, p. 566. 



Balaam and bis ass. 

Shakes. Soc.) 
Balcones de Madrid. 16 pp. 

(Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Baldur hin gode. 39 pp. Oehlensclilaeger, A. G., Tragoe- 

dier, V. 1, p. 9. 
Ball. 91 pp. Shirley, J., Works, v. 3, p. 1. 
Bauca rotta. La. 86 pp. Goldoni, C, Commedie, v. 22, p. 3. 
Band, Das. 34 pp. Gellert, C. F., Saemmt. schriften, v. 2. 

p. 375. 
Band, Ruffe, and Cuffe. 18 pp. (HailiweU-PhlUipps, J. 

O., Contrib. to early Eng. HI.) 
Banda y la flor. La. 20 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., 

Comedias, v. 2, p. 151. {Bibliot de autores espan.) 
Bandlten, Die. 112 pp. Benedlx, J. R., Gesamm. dr. werke, 

V. 5, p. 1. 
Bandos de Verona, Los. 22 pp. Rojas Zorrilla, F. de, 

Comedias, p. 367. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Bankrupt. 97 pp. Foote, S., Works, v. 3. 
Banks of the Hudson. 44 pp. Dlbdin, T. (Oamberland, 

J., Minor th. v. 4.) 
Baptism of Christ. 6 pp. (Halliwell, J. O., Ludus Coven- 
trice, p. 199; Shakes. Soc.) 
Baptistes sive Calumnia. 38 pp. Buchanan, G., Opera 

omnia, v. 2, p. 215. 
Barbarossa. 46 pp. Brown, J. (Cumberland, J., Brit. 
th. V. 17 ; Inch bald, E., Brit. th. v. 8 ; London stage, v. 1 ; 
Scott, Sir W., Mod. Bnt. dr. v. 2, p. 365.) 
Barber of Seville. 46 pp. Fawcett, (— ). (Cumberland, 

J., Brit. th. v. 9.) 
Barberine. 88 pp. Musset, L. C. A. de, (Euvres, v. 3. o. 

375. 
Barbler de Seville, Le. 151 pp. Beaumarchais, P. A. C. 

de, (Euvres, v. 1, p. 265. 
Barca da gloria. 31 pp. Vicente, G., Obras, v. 1, p. 275. 
Barca do Inferno. 30 pp. Vicente, G., Obras, v. 1, p. 215. 
Barca do Purgatorlo. 28 pp. Vicente, G., Obras, v. 1, p. 

246. 
Barlaam et Josaphat. 64 pp. (Paris, G., and Robert, U., 

Miracles de Noslre Dame, v. 3, p. 241.) 
Barmecides, Les. 85 pp. La Harpe, J. F. de, (Euvres, v. 

2, p. 111. 
Barmherzigen brueder, Die. 14 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. 

von, Theat. v. 14, p. 179. 
Barneveldt. 105 pp. La Harpe, J. F. de, (Euvres, v. 2, 

p. 5. 
Baron, El. 44 pp. Moratin, L. F. de, Obras, 1835, p. 87 ; 

1850, p. 373. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Baron de Fourchevif, Le. 64 pp. Labiche, E., Thiat. y. 3, 

p. 377. 
Baron de la Crasse, Le. 16 pp. Poisson, R. (Fournel, V., 

Contemp. de Moliere, v. 1, p. 413.) 
Baron d'Otrante, Le. 28 pp. Voltaire, F. M. A. de, (Euvres, 

V. 9. p. 275. 
Barrenness of Anna. 9 pp. (Halliwell, J. O., iudiwCoren- 

trice, p. 70; Shakes. Soc.) 
Barriers. 12 pp. Jonson, B., Works, v. 7, p. 80. 
Barselstuen; comoedie. 28 pp. Holberg, L., Samtlige 
comoedier, p. 153. 

Ger. Holberg, L., Daenische schaubuehne, v. 4, p. 337. 
Bartholomew fair. 186 pp. Jonson.B., »roriti, v.4, p. 357. 
Baruffe Chiozzotte, Le. 83 pp. Goldoni, C, Comm.edie, v. 

30, p. 3. 
Bashful lover. 107 pp. Masslnger, P., Works, v. 4, p. 347. 
Bashful man. 45 pp. Moncrieff, W. T. (Cumberland, 

J., Minor th. v. 15; London stage, v. 4.) 
Basil. 31 pp. Baillie, J., Works, p. 18. 
Basket maker. 42 pp. O'Keeffe, J., Works, v. 2, p. 335. 
Basset table. 60 pp. Centlivre, Mrs. S., Works, v. 1, p. 199. 
Basta callar. 24 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., Comedias, 

V. 3, p. 235. {Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Bastardo de Ceuta, El. 26 pp. Grajales, J. (Mesonero 
Romanes, R. de, Dramat. contemp. a Lope de Vega, v. 1, p. 
411 ; Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Batalla de Pavla, La. 17 pp. Monroy y Silva, C. de. 
(Mesonero Romanes, R. de, Dramat. post, a Lope deVega, 
V. 2, p. 77 ; Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Batavlsche gebroeders of onderdruckte vryheit ; treur- 

spel. 70 pp. Vondel, J. van den, Werken, v. 9, p. 655. 
Battle of Alcazar. 63 pp. Peele, G., Works, v. 2, p. 1. 
Battle of Hexham. 51 pp. Colman, G., Jr. (Cumber- 
land, .J., Brit. th. V. 37 ; Inchbald, E., Brit. th. v. 13.) 
Battle of Sedgemoor. 40 pp. Almar, G. (Cumberland, 

J., Minor th. v. 13.) 
Baur in dem fegteuer, Der. 18 pp. Sachs, H. (Goedeke, 
K., and Tittmann, .T., Deutsch. dichter 16 joArft. v. 6, p. 94.) 
Baur mit seim gefatter Todt. 23 pp. Ayrer, J., Dramen, 

V. 4 ; Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 79, p. 2467. 
Baurn Qalschgaden vasnacht, Des. 6 pp. (Biblioth. literar. 

vereins in Stuttgart, v. 29, p. 709.) 
Baurn rugvasnacht, Der. 4 pp. (Biblioth. literar. vereins 

in Stuttgart, v. 29, p. 609.) 
Bayard. 180 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Theat. v. 13, p. 
186. 



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DRAMA, Plays, Single plays 



Beacon. 12 pp. BalUle, J., Works, p. 300. 

Beatrice, a verse-drama. 25 pp. [Dublin Univ. Mag. v. 66, 
1865, pp. 533, 671.) 

Beaux duel. 71 pp. Centllvre, Mrs. S., Works, v. 1, p. 59. 

Beaux-stratagem. 87 pp. Farquhar, G., Works, v. 2; 
Cumberlaud, J., Brit. th. v. 21 ; Inchbald, E., Brit. th. v. 
20 ; London stage, v. 2 ; Oxberry, W., iVew £ng. dr. v. 7 ; 
Scott, Sir W., Mod. Br. dr. v. i, p. 133. 

Beck dor seln welb wider lebendlg gelget hat. 20 pp. 
Ayrer, J., Dramen, v. i ; Biblioth. lilerar. vereins in Stutt- 
gart, V. 79, p. 2809. ^ , „ .. 

Bee-hive. 40 pp. Mllllngen, J. V. (Cumberland, J., Brit. 

^'>- '^- 30.) ^ „ ,„ y 

Beggar of Bethnal Green. 51 pp. Knowles, J. 8., Works, 

V. 1, p. 345. 
Beggar of Crlpplegate. 46 pp. Moncrleff, W. T. (Cum- 
berland, J., Minor th. v. 11.) 
Beggar on horseback. 42 pp. O'Keeffe, J., Works, v. 3, 

p. 427. 
Beggars' bush. 104 pp. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J., 

Works, V. 9, p. 1. 
Beggar's opera. 64 pp. Gay, J., Worfcs, v. 5, p. 71 ; Cum- 
berland, J., Brit. th. V. 3; Inchbald, E., Brit. th. v. 18; 
London stage, v. 4; Oxberry, W., New Eng. dr. y. 2; Scott, 
Sir \f., Mod. Br. dr. v. 5, p. 21. 
Beginning of the world. 219 pp. (Norrls, E., Anct. Cor- 
nish drama, v. 1, p. 1.) 
Belchte, Die. 24 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Theat. v. 33, 

p. 3. 
Beldon kleinen Auvergnaten, Die. 22 pp. Kotzebue, A. 

F. F. von, Theat. v. 28, p. 163. 
Belden KUngsberg, Die. 104 pp. Kotaebue, A. F. F. von, 

Theat. v. 12, p. 191. 
Belaegerung Alba, Von der, vnd den sechs kempffern. 
73 pp. Ayrer, J., Z'j-amere, V. 1; Biblioth. lilerar. vereins 
in Stuttgart, v. 76, p. 117. 
Belaegerung Jerusalem von Senacherlb. 23 pp. Sachs, 

H. (Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 131, p. 468.) 
Belagerung von Saragossa. 90 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. 

von, Theat. v. 28, p. 3. 
Belas flucht. 36 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Theat. v. 29, 

p. 129. 
Belegerung Samarie. 24 pp. Sacbs, B.. [Biblioth. literar. 

vereins in Stuttgart, v. 131, p. 444.) 
Believe as you list. 108 pp. Masslnger, P. (Percy Soc. 

V. 27.) 
Bella selvaggia. 73 pp. Goldonl, C, Commedie, v. 23, p. 

193. 
Belle et la b6te, La. 29 pp. Genlls, F. S. D. de, Thiat. 

d Mu/:ation, v. 1, p. 261. 
Belle invisible, La. 26 pp. Bolsrobert, F. le M. de. 

(Fournel, V., Contemp. de Moliere, v. 1, p. 65.) 
Bell6rophon. 46 pp. Fontenelle, B. le B. de, (Euvres, v. 

5, p. 321. 
Belle's stratagem. 70 pp. Cowley, Mrs. H. (Cumber- 
land, .1., Brit. th. V. 2; Inchbald, E., Brit. th. v. 16; Lon- 
don stage, v. 2; Oxberry, W., New Eng. dr. v. 6.) 
Belphegor. 123 pp. "Wilson, J., Dramat. works, p. 279. 
Belsazer. 96 pp. Stolberg, C, Graf zu. (Stolberg, C. 

and F. L., Graf en zu, Gesamm. werke, v. 4, p. 53.) 
Belshazzar. 119 pp. Milman, H. H., Poe^. loorfcs, v. 1, p. 

239. 
Belshazzar. 34 pp. More, H., Works, v. 6, p. 149. 
Bemooste haupt. Das, Oder der lange Israel. 96 pp. Bene- 

dlx, J. E., Gesamm. dr. werke, v. 1, p. 121. 
Berengar. 30 pp. Platen-Hallermuende, A. von,ffesaj?t»i. 

werke, v. 3, p. 123. 
B6r6nice. 109 pp. Racine, J., (Euvres, v. 2, p. 293. 
Bergire des Alpes, La. 27 pp. Marmontel, J. r.,flB«t)re«, 

v. 7, p. 616. 
Bergknappeu, Die. 39 pp. Koerner, K. T., Saemmt. werke, 

V. 4, p. 55. 
Bergworkers, zangspel. 30 pp. Lennep, J. van, Poet. 

werken, v. 10, p. 107. 
Bernauerln, Die. 9 pp. Ludwig,0., iVacftio»««cfcri/ten,v. 

1, p. 357. 
Bernstelnhexe, 1846. Laube, H., Dr. werke, v. 3. 
Bertram. 68 pp. Maturln, R. C. (Oxberry, W., New Eng. 

dr. V. 22.) 
Bertram. 17 pp. Slmms, W. G., Poems, v. 2, p. 312. 
BeeesBene baeurln, Die. 22 pp. Ayrer, J., Dramen, v. 4 ; 

Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 79, p. 2661. 
Beetaendlge mutter. 86 pp. Caussin.N. (Gryphius, A., 

Trauerspiele, p. 637.) 
BeBtes ralBonnables, Lea. 18 pp. Montfloury, A. J. (Four- 
nel, v., Contemp. de Moliire, v. 1, p. 221.) 
Beatoblenen, Die. 36 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, TJieal. 

V. 86, p. 178. 
Besucb, Der; Oder: die Bucht zu glaenzen. 110 pp. 

Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Theat. v. 14, p. 8. 
Betooverde vlool en het bloemen-oproer, drama-ballet. 

63 pp. Lennep, J. van, Poet, werken, v. 11, p. 66. 
Betraying of Christ. 8 pp. (Halllwefl, J. O., LudtuCoven- 
Iria, p. 280; Shakes. Soc.) 



Betrothal. 122 pp. Boker, G. H., Plays and poems, v. 2, 
p. 1. 

Betschwester, Die. 68 pp. Gellert, C. F., Saemmt. schrif- 

ten, V. 2, p. 133. 
Better late than never. 16 pp. Andrews, M. P. (London 

stage, v. 2.) 
Bettine. 82 pp. Musset, L. C. A. de, (Euvres, v. 5, p. 227. 

[Rev. d. deux mondes, 1851, n. p6r. v. 12, p. 528.) 
Betulia liberata. 36 pp. Metastasio, P. A. D. B. T.,Opere, 

V. 8, p. 139. 
Bfiverlel. 108 pp. Saurin, B. J. (Petitot, C. B. and A., 

R6pert. thiat.fr. v. 7, p. 311.) 
BickerstafTs burial. 22 pp. Centllvre, Mrs. S., Works, 

v. 3, p. 265. 
Bien boyre. 16 pp. (Anc. thiat.fr. v. 2, p. 5; Biblioth. 

Elzevir.) 
Blen Mondaln. 12 pp. (Anc. thiat.fr. y. 3, p. 187 ; Biblioth. 

Ehivir.) 
Bien vengas, mal. 19 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., 

Comedias, v. 4, p. 309. (Bibliot. de autores espaii.) 
Bienfait n'est jamais pordu, Un. 21 pp. Dudevant, Mm^. 

A. L. A. D. (Rev. d. deux mondes, 1872, 2 p6r. v. 97, p. 
911.) 

Bilker bilk'd. 24 pp. [Anon.] {Strollers pacquel open'd, 

p. 1.) 
Billy Taylor. 33 pp. Buckstone, J. B. (Cumberland, J., 

Minor th. v. 3.) 
Bird In a cage. 91 pp. Shirley, J., Works, v. 2, p. 365 ; 

Scott, Sir W., Anct. Br. dr. v. 1, p. 219. 
Birth day. 35 pp. O'Keeffe, J., Works, v. 3, p. 391. 
Birth of Christ. 11pp. [BRUl-well, 3. O., LudusCoventrice, 

p. 145 ; Shakes. Soc.) 
Biter, The. 55 pp. Rowe, N., Works, v. 1, 1792, p. 209. 
Blzarrias de Belisa, Las. 92 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, 

F., Colec. obras suelt. v. 9, p. 263 ; Comedias, v. 2, p. 557 

(Bibliot. de autores espah.y, andOchoa, E. de, Tesoro tealro 

espan. v. 2, p. 346. 
Black-eyed Sukey. 32 pp. Cooper, F. F. (Cumberland, 

J., Minor th. v. 14.) 
Black Prince, The, a tragedy. 63 pp. Boyle, R., Earl of 

Orrery. With his History of Henry V. 
Blacksmith of Antwerp. 47 pp. O'Keeffe, J., Works, v. 

2, p. 377. 
Blanche et Gulscard. 84 pp. Saurin, B. J. (Petitot, C. 

B. and A., Ripert. thiat.fr. v. 4, p. 301.) 

Blanche et Vermeille. 74 pp. Florian, J. P. C. de, (Euvres, 

V. 5, p. 257 ; V. 12, p. 241. 
Blaubart. 60 pp. Benedix, J. R., Gesamm. dr. werke, v. 

14, p. 113. 
Blaubart. 154 pp. Tieck, L., Schriften, v. 5, p. 7. 
Blaue schlelte, Die. 142 pp. Putlitz, G. H. G. zu, Lust- 

spiele, V. 2, p. 1. 
Blind bargain. 61 pp. Reynolds, F. (Cumberland, J., 

Brit. th. V. 28.) 
Blind beggar of Bednal Green. Day, J., 1659 ; Works, 1881. 
Blind beggar of Bethnal Green. 32 pp. Dodsley, R.,Trorfc«, 

V. 1, p. 119. 
Blind boy. 34 pp. Kenney, J. (Cumberland, J., Bn<. <ft. 

V. 25.) 
Blind geladen. 35 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Theat. v. 26, 

p. 269. 
Blinde begger of Alexandria. 48 pp. Chapman, G.,»rorfcs, 

V. 1, p. 1. 
Bliude gaertner, Der. 30 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, 

Theat. v. 24, p. 3. 
Blinde Hebe. 76 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Theat. v. 20, 

p. 131. 
Blinten seu vasnacht, Der. 3 pp. (Biblioth. literar. vereins 

in Stuttgart, v. 29, p. 719.) 
Blitz, Der. 60 pp. Muellner, A. G. A., Dr. werke, v. 7, 

p. 105. 
Bloede schaefer, Der. 56 pp. Glelm, J. W. L., Saemmt. 

werke, v. 3, p. 17. 
Bloody brother. 97 pp. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J., 

Works, V. 10, p. 371. 
Blue Beard. *39 pp. Colman, G., Jr. (Cumberland, J., 

Brit. th. V. 36; Oxberry, W., New Eng. dr. v. 21. 
Blue devils. 30 pp. Colman, G., Jr. (Cumberland, J., 

Brit. th. V. 39; Oxberry, W., New Eng. dr. v. 15.) 
Blues. 23 pp. Byron, G. G. N., Baron, Works, v. 4, p. 147. 
Blumen, Die. 13 pp. Koerner, K. T., Saemmt. werke, v. 4, 

Blurt, master-constable. 86 pp. Mlddleton, T., Works, 

V. 1, p. 223. 
Blutigste Bchuld und blutigstesteste rache. 8 pp. Ballet, 

F. von, Saemmt. schriften, v. 4, p. 14. 
Boadlcea. 18 pp. Glover, R. (Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit. 

dr. V. 2, p. 331.) 
Boarding house. 40 pp. Beazley, 8., Jr. (Cumberland, 

J., Minor th. v. 16.) 
Boba para los otros. La. 18 pp. Lope do Vega Carplo, 

F., Comedias, v. 2, p. 523 (Bibliot. de autores e.'tpan.), and 

Ochoa, E. de, Tesoro teatro espaii, v. 2, p. 315. 



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Bobo del coleglo, EL 23 pp. Lope de Vega Carpio, F., 

Comediat, v. 1, p. 179. iBibliot. de autorts espan.) 
Bobo hace clento, Un. 20 pp. Soils, A. de. (Mesonero 

Bomanos, B. de, Dramat. pott, a Lopt de Vega, t. 1, p. 23; 

BibHot. de autores etpan.) 
Bodas de Espaila, Las. 5 pp. (Fedroso, E. G., Autos 

Moerajnen tales, p. 71 ; Bibliot. de autorei espah.) 
Boese zungen. 1872. Laube, H., />r. teerke, v. 11. 
Boess ranch. 12 pp. Sacbs, H. {Biblioth. liierar. vtrems 

in Stuttgart, v. 125, p. 108.) 
Boess weyb mit den worten, wuertzen und stein gut zu 

macben. 14 pp. Sacbs, H. {Bibliot. literar. rereins in 

Stuttgart, v. 159, p. 262.) 
Bold stroke for a husband. 61 pp. Ctowley, Mrs. H. (Cum- 
berland. J.. Brit. th. T. 36 ; Incbbald, E., Brit. tb. v. 10; 

Xondon stage, v. 2.) 
Bold stroke tor a wife. 62 pp. CentUvre, Jfrs. S., Works, 

v. 3, p. 203 ; Cumberland, J., Brit. f*. v. 13 ; Incbbald, 

E., Brit. th. y. 3; London stage, v. 2; Oxberry, W., iVeio 

Eng. dr. v. 7 ; Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit. dr. v. 4, p. 288. 
Bon flls, Le. 73 pp. Florlan, J. P. C. de, (Ettrres, t. 5, 

p. 339. 
Bon manage, Le. 41 pp. Florian, J. P. C. de, (Bmrres, v. 

5, p. 51. 
Bon p^re, Le. 50 pp. Florlan, J. P. C. de, (Eurres, v. 5, 

p. 93. 
Bon ton ; or, high life above stairs. 8 pp. Garrick, D. 

(London stage, v. 4; Oxberry, W., Sew Eng. dr. v. 15; 

Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit. dr. v. 5, p. 205.) 
Bondman. 117 pp. Massinger, P., Works, v. 2, p. 1 ; Scott, 

Sir W., Mod. Brit. dr. v. 1, p. 203. 
Bondaca. 102 pp. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J., Work*, 

V. 5, p. 1; Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit. dr. \. 1, p. 146. 
Bonne mfere. La. 52 pp. Florian, J. P. C. de, CEuvres, v. 

5, p. 287. 
Bonne mfere. La. 62 pp. Genlls, F. S. D. de, TlUal. d'fd- 

ucation, v. 2, p. 161. 
Bonne renommfie vaut mieux que ceuiture dor6e. 62 pp. 

Llgne, K. J., Prince de, Milanges militaires, v. 25, p. 195. 
Borderers. 93 pp. Wordsworth. W.. Poet, works, v. 1, p. 73. 
Borough politics. 32 pp. Harston. J. W., Dramat. and 

poet, works, v. 2, p. 287. 
BothweU : a tragedy. Swinburne. A. C. 1874. 
Bottega del caff6. La. 98 pp. GoldonI, C, Commedie, v. 

1. p. 77. 
Bound 'prentice to a waterman. 47 pp. CampbeU, A. L. 

V. (Cumberland, J., Minor th. v. 12.) 
Bourgeois gentilhomme. Le. 182 pp. Molidre. J. B. P.. 

(Euvres, v. 8. p. 1. 
Eng. Dramatic works, v. 5, p. 2S3 ; Works. Fr. and 

Eng., V. 8, p. 1. 
Bourgeoises de quality, Les. 84 pp. Dancourt, F. C (Pet- 

Itot, C. B. and A., Rfpert. tkiat.fr. v. 17, p. 136.) 
Braganza. 16 pp. Jephson, B. (London stage, v. 1.) 
Braggadochio. 21pp. [Anon.] (SlroUers pacquet open'd, 

p. 67.) 
Brandenburgischer landsturm. 89 pp. Benedix, i. B., 

Gesam/n. dr. teerke, v. 15, p. 247. 
Brandschatzung, Die. 32 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. Yon. 

Theat. V. 20, p. 3. 
Braut, Die. 28 pp. Koemer, K. T., Saemmt. teerke, v. 3. 

p. 153. 
Braut aus der resldenz. 73 pp. Amalle, M. F. A., Duchess 

of Saxony, Dr. werke, v. 2, p. 103. 
Braut und braeutlgam In elner person. 58 pp. Kotzebue, 

A. F. F. von, Theat. v. 30, p. 39. 
Braut von Messina, Oder die felndUchen brueder. 121 

pp. Schiller, J. C. F. von, Saemmt. werke, v. 5. p. 341. 
Eng. Hist dramas, p. 445. (Bohn.H. G.. Stand. Libr.) 
Brautfahrt Oder Kunz von der Boeen. 112 pp. Freytag, 

G., Dr. werke, v. 1, p. 1. 
Brazen age. 92 pp. Heywood, T., Works, v. 3, p. 165. 
Brennoralt. 65 pp. Suckling, Sir J., Worfcs, v. 2. p. 357. 
Bride. 20 pp. BaiUle, J., Works, p. 665. 
Bride of Ludgate. 47 pp. Jerrold, D. (Cumberland, J., 

Brit. th. V. 30.) 
Brtdes' tragedy. 114 pp. Beddoes, T. L., Poems, v. 2, p. 175. 
Brlei aus Cadix, Der. 56 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von 

Theat. v. 29, p. 3. 
Brigand. 36 pp. Planchfi, J. B. (Cumberland. J.. Brit. 

th. V. 24.) 
Brlllen-tnsel, Die. 42 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von. Theat. 

V. 35, p. 243. 
Britannia and Batavla. U pp. LiUo, G., Works, v. 2. 

p. 103. 

Britannia triumphans. 56 pp. Davenant, 5»r W., 2>roiiia/. 

works, V. 2, p. 245. 
Brltannicus. 159 pp. Baclne, J., (Emres, v. 2, p. 117. 
British enchanters. 18 pp. GranviUe, G. (Anderson, B., 

BrU. poeU. V. 7, p. 726 ; Chalmers. A., Eng. poets, v. 11. 

p. 40.1 • ^ > 

Briton, The. Philips, A. 1722. 
Brittannla's honor. 20 pp. Decker, T., Worki, v. 4, p. 93. 



Brockenstrause. Der. 44 pp. Putlltz. G. H. G. za, Ltut- 

spiele, V. 2. 
Broken heart. 129 pp. Forde, J., Works, v. 1, p. 241 ; Soott. 

Sir W., Mod. Brit. dr. v. 1, p. 258 ; White, T., Old Eng. dr. 

v. 2. p. 1.) 
Broken heart. 19 pp. Procter, B. W., Works, v. 1. p. 139. 
Broken sword. 36 pp. Dimond, W. (Cumberland, J.. Brit. 

th. v. 41.) 
Brothers. 75 pp. Cumberland, B. (Incbbald. E., Brit. 

th. V. 11 ; London stage, v. 2; Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit. Or. 

V. 4, p. 564.) 
Brothers. 86 pp. Shirley, J.. Works, v. 1. p. 187. 
Brothers. 24 pp. Young. E. (Scott, Sir W.. Mod. Brit. dr. 

V. 2, p. 24.) 
Bruder Moritz, der sonderling. 114 pp. Kotzebue. A. F. 

F. Ton. Theat. v. 3. p. 73. 
Bruderzwlst in Habsburg, Eln. 163 pp. Grillparzer, F.. 

Saemmt. toerke, v. 7. p. 1. 
Brugger-Marie. 48 pp. Kobell. F. von. G'schpid, p. 107. 
Brunhild : a tragedy from the Xlbelungen saga. Geibel. 

E. 1879. 
Bruto prlmo. 81 pp. Alflerl. V., Opere, v. 7, p. 5. 

Eng. Tragedies, tr. by E. A. Bowring, v. 2, p. 261, 

Bohn, H. G., Stand. Libr. ; Tr. by C. Lloyd, v. 3, p. 234. 
Bruto secondo. 85 pp. Alfleri, V., Opere, v. 7, p. 191. 

Eng. Tragedies, tr. by E. A. Bowring, v. 2. p. 365. 

Bohn, H. G., Stand. Libr. ; Tr. by C. Lloyd, v. 3, p. 354. 
Brutus. 15 pp. Herder, J. G. von, Saemmt. werke, v. 15. 

p. 20*. 
Brutus. 50 pp. Payne, J. H., Life and urrilings, p. 335; 

and Cuml)erland, J., Brit. th. v. 11. 
Brutus. 96 pp. Voltaire, F. M. A. de, (Euvres, y. 1, p. 293 ; 

CEuvres choisies, p. 599. 
Brutus et Oasslus. 63 pp. Chenier, M. J. de, (Euvres 

postkitmes, T. 1, p. 183. 
Buena guarda. La. 20 pp. Lope de Vega Carpio, F., Oome- 

dias, V. 3, p. 325. [Bibliot. de autores efpan.) 
Buerger, Ein, eln bauer, und ein edelmann. 16 pp. 

Sachs, H., Ermtliche trauerspiele, v. 2. p. 63. 
Buerger-general, Der. 13 pp. Goethe, J. W. von, StemaU. 

werke, v. 2, p. 306. 
Bugiardo, n. 101 pp. Goldtnl, C, Commedie, v. 4, p. 3. 
Baler und bulerin. Heinrich Julius, Didce of Brunswick, 

Sehauspiele ; BibHoth. literar. tereins in Stuttgart, v. 36. p. 

209; Goedeke. K.. and Tittmann. J.. DeuUch. diehter 16 

jahrh. V. 14, p. 33. 
Bull-flghter. 39 pp. Almar. G. (Cumberland, J., Minor 

th. V. 14.) 
Buona famlglla. La. 87 pp. Goldlni, C, Commedie, ▼. 

16, p. 3. 
Buona madre. La. 91 pp. Goldlni. C, Coaanedie, t. 21, 

p. 139. 
Buona moglie. La. 120pp. Goldonl.C..C!MMiedie,T.8.i».3. 
Burberobeneflco.il. 60 pp. Goldoni, C. OmtaiAlie. y.7, 

p. 159. 

Fr. Petltot, C. B. and A., Rfpert. th£at.fr. v. 33, p. 133. 
Burgraves. Les. 132 pp. Hugo, V. M., CSaaite, (Ettores : 

drame , v. 4, p. 243. 
Burial of an emigrant's child in the forests. 7 pp. He- 
mans, Mrs. F., Works, v. 7, p. 157. 
Burial of Christ. 7 pp. (HaUiwell, J. O., £udiu CbrotfrMB. 

p. 331 ; Shakes. Soc.) 
Burla retrocessa. La. 62 pp. GoldonI, C., CommedU, v. 

8. p. 271. 
Burlador de Sevilla, El. 19 pp. Tellez, G.. Ckmudias, p. 

572 {Bibliot. de autores espah.) ; Ochoa. £. de. Colee. de 

piesas eseogidas, and Tesoro teatro espan. v. 4. p. 73. 
Burladora burlada. La. 25 pp. Turla, B. del. (Meso- 
nero Bomanos, B. de, Dramat. contemp. a Lope de Vega, 

V. 1, p. 213 ; Bibliot de autores etpah.) 
Bury fair. 101 pp. Shadwell, T., Works, v. 4, p. 113. 
Bussy D'Ambols. 96 pp. Chapman, G., Works, v. 2, p. 1 ; 

Dilke, C. W., Old Eng. plays, v. 3, p. 223. 
Busy body. 68 pp. CentUvre, Mrs. S., Works, v. 2, p. 59 ; 

Cumberland, J., Brit. tA. v. 8; Incbbald. E.. BriL tk. 

V. 2; London stage, v. 2; Oxberry, W., iVeio Eng. dr. T.6; 

Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit. dr. v. 4, p. 233. 
Byron's conspiracie. 66 pp. Chapman. G., Works, ▼. 2, 

p. 183. 
Byron's tragedle. 72 pp. Chapman, O., Works, t. i, 

p. 249. 



Cabale, La. 60 pp. Salnt-Foix. G. F. P. de. (Euvres, v. 

1, p. 533. 

Caballero, El. 21 pp. Hereto y Caba&a, A., Comedias, p. 
289. {Bibliot. de autores espan.) 

Caballero de Olmedo. El. 18 pp. Lopo de Vega Carpio, 
F.. Comedias, v. 2, p. 367. {Bibliot. de autores espan.) 

Caballero de Olmedo, El. 16 pp. Uonteser, F. de. (Meso- 
nero Bomanos, B. de, Dramat. post, a Lope de Vega, r. 

2, p. 157 ; Bibliot. de autores espan.) 

Cabellos de .\bsaloDt Los. 21 pp. Caideron de la Barca, 
P., Oowtedias, v. 2, p. 421. {BibHot. de autores espan.) 



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Cabinet. 58 pp. Dlbdin.T. (Cumberland, J., Sri*. <A.v. 21.) 
Cachemlre X. B. T., Le. 50 pp. Labiche, E., Thial. v. 6, 

p. 413. 
Cada cual & su negoclo. 16 pp. Cuellar, G. de. (Meso- 

nero Komanos, R. de, Dramat. post, a Lope de Vega, v. 1, 

p. 605 ; Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Cada loco con su tema. 20 pp. Mendoza, A. H. de. 
(Mesonero Romanes, R. de, Dramat. contemp. a Lope de 
Vega, v. 2, p. 457 ; Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Cada uno es linaje aparte. 23 pp. Zamora, A. do. (Meso- 
nero Romanos, R. de, Dramat. post, a Lope de Vega, v. 2, 

p. 481 ; Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Cada uno para si. 28 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., Com- 

edias, V. 3, p. 445. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Cadenas del demoulo. Las. 18 pp. Calderon de la Barca, 

P., Comedias, v. 3, p. 531. [Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Cadlo. 301 pp. Dudevant, Mvie. A. li. A. D. (Rev. d. 

deux mnndes, 1867, 2 p6r. v. 71, pp. 5, 257, 529, 785 ; v. 72, 

pp. 48, 273.) 
CaecUla von Albano. 1851. Mosenthal, S. H. 

The same, in his Dramen. 
Caer para levantar. 18 pp. Moreto y Caba£!a, A., Come- 
dias, p. 583. {Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Caesar and Pompey. 72 pp. Chapman, G., Works, v. 3, 

p. 123. 
Caesar Augustus. 6 pp. {Towneley mysteries ; Surtees Soc. 

V. 3, p. 66.) 
Caesar Borgia. 90 pp. Lee, N., Works, v. 2, p. 93. 
Caesar In Egypt. 72 pp. Gibber, C, Works, v. 5, p. 3. 
Caf6, Le. 48 pp. Rousseau, J. B.,CBuDres, v. 4, p. 95. 
Cage du lion. La. 32 pp. Bornier, H. de. [Tkiat. de cam- 

pagne, v. 3, p. 43.) 
Cagnotte, La. 170 pp. Labiche, E., Theat. v. 5, p. 1. 
Cain. 110 pp. Byron, G. G. N., Baron, Works, v. 6, p. 187. 
Cain and Abel. 7 pp. (Halliwell, J. O., Ludus Coventria, p. 

33; Shakes. Soc.) 
Cain de CataluHa, El. 23 pp. Rojas Zorrilla, F. de, Come- 
dias, p. 271. {Bibliot. de autores espaii.) 
Calus Gracchus. 54 pp. Ch6nier, M. J. de, (Euvres, v. 2, 

p. 167. 
Calus Gracchus. 58 pp. Knowles, .J. S., Works, v. 1, p. 1 ; 

Cumberland, J., Brit. th. v. 6. 
Calus Marius. 96 pp. Otway, T., IKorfcs, v. 2, 1812, p. 215; 

V. 2, 1813, p. 107. 
Calus Marius. 12 pp. Simms, W. G., Poems, v. 2, p. 300. 
Caja Gracco. 94 pp. Monti, V., Oi^ere, v. 3, p. 121. 
Calandria, La. 147 pp. Dlvizio da Blbblena, B., Cardinal. 

{Teatro italiano antico, v. 1, p. 193.) 
Calaynos. 112 pp. Boiler, G. B.., Plays and poems, \.l, p. 1. 
Calbaln. 18 pp. {Anc.tlUat.fr. v. 2, p. liO; Biblioth. Elz6vir.) 
Caliste. 103 pp. Colardeau, C. P. (Petltot, C. B. and A., 

Ripert. du thiat.fr. v. 5, p. 1.) 
Callsto. 124 pp. Crowne, J., Z>rama<. worfcs, V. 1, p. 219. 
Callar siempreeslo mejor. 15 pp. Matos Fragoso, J. de. 

(Mesonero Romanos, R. de, Dramat. post, a Lope deVega, 

V. 1, p. 303 ; Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Camblses. 73 pp. Preston, T. (Hawkins, T., Eng. dr. v. 

1, p. 243.) 
Camerlera brllUante, La. 92 pp. Goldonl, C, Commedie, 

V. 6, p. 3. 
Camoens. 12 pp. {Blackwood's Mag. v. 48, 1840, p. 220.) 
Camoens. 46 pp. Muench-Bellinghausen, E. F. J. von, 

Werke, v. 2, p. 305. 
Camp. 45 pp. Sheridan, R. B., Works, v. 2, p. 159; Cum- 
berland, J., Brit. th. V. 32. 
Camp de Grand-Pr6, Le. 23 pp. Chfinler, M. J. Ae, (Euvres, 

V. 2, p. 221. 
Campagnard, Le. 58 pp. Gillet de la Tessonnerle. (Four- 

nel, v., Contemp. de MoUere, v. 3, p. 109.) 
Campana de Aragon, La. 24 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, F., 

Comedias, v. 3, p. 35. {Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Campaspe. 63 pp. Lilly, J., Works, v. 1, p. 87. 
Camplello, U. 89 pp. Goldonl, C, Commedie, v. 24, p. 253. 
Canace, La. 76 pp. Speronl, S. {Teatro ital. antico, v. 4, 

Cananea. 27 pp. Vicente, G., Obras, v. 1, p. 355. 
Candlemas day. 30 pp. {Ancient mysteries, p. 1 ; Abbotsford 

Club.) 
Candlemas day. 24 pp. [Digby mysteries, p. 1 ; iVeio Shaks. 

Soc. B. 7, No. 1.) 
Candlemas day. 23 pp. (Marriott, W., Coll. Eng. miracle- 

ptuyt, p. 197.) " 

Candlemas day. 26 pp. Parrre, I. (Hawkins, T.. Ena. dr 

v. 1, p. 1.) " 

Cantares, De los. 35 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, F., Colec 

obras suell. v. 18. p. 630 ; Pedroso, E. G., Autos sacramen- 

tales, p. 181. {Bihhot. de autores espan.) 
Canzone per raagglo. 16 pp. Baldovlnl, F. (Teatro Hal 

antico, v. 10, p. 417.) 
Cap de la Trentalne, Le. 34 pp. Verconsln, E. (Thiat. de 

campagne, v. B, p. 241.) 
Capital ne Kernadec, Le. 66 pp. Stael-Holsteln, A. L. G. 

N., Baronne de, (Jiuvres, v. 16, p. 123. 



Capitulation von Oggershelm. 129 pp. Arnlm, L. A. von, 

Saemmt. werke, v. 7, p. 225. 
Capotondo. 29 pp. Cartajo, S. (Teatro ital. antico, v. 10, 

p. 361.) 
Caprice, Un. 59 pp. Musset, L. C. A. de, (Euvres, v. 5, p. 

1 ; Rev, d: deux mnndes, 1837, 4 s. v. 10, p. 697. 
Caprices de Marianne, Les. 72 pp. Musset, L. C. A. de, 

(Euvres, v. 3, p. 141 ; Rev. d. deux mondes, 1833, 2 s. v. 2. 

p. 381. 
Caprlcleux, Le. 122 pp. Rousseau, J. B., (Ewures, v. 3, p. 133. 
Captain. Ill pp. Beaumont, F., and Fletcher, J., Works, 

V. 3, p. 217. 
Captain Underwit. 98 pp. Shirley, J. (Bulleu, A. H., Old 

Eng. plays, v. 2, p. 318.) 
Captelvei. 87 pp. Plautus, T. M., Comoediae, v. 1, p. 331 

(Valpy, A. J., Script. Lat.); Ex recens. Welsil, v. 1, 

p. 233. 

Eng. Comedies, tr. by H. T. Riley, v. 1, p. 423. (Bohn, 

H. G., Class. Libr.) 

Ger. Leasing, G. E., Saemmt. schriften, v. 3, p. 38. 
Captive, The : a dramatic scene. 4 pp. (Blackwood's Mag. 

v. 20, 1820, p. 535.) 
Captives. 57 pp. Gay, J., Works, v. 5, p. 13. 
Capuchin. 51 pp. Foote, S., Wo7-ks, v. 4. 
Caractacus. 98 pp. Mason, W., Works, v. 2, p. 77 ; Chal- 
mers, A., Eng. poets, v. 18, p. 357; Scott, Sir W., Mod. 

Brit. dr. v. 2, p. 287. 
Caract6res de la folie, Les. 22 pp. Duclos, C. P., (L'uures, 

v. 1, pt. 2, p. 627. 
Caratula, La. 3 pp. Rueda, L. de. (Moratln, L. F., Obras, 

p. 243 ; Bibliot. de autores espan., and Ochoa, E. Cie,Tesoro 

teatro espan. v. 1, p. 155.) 
Cardenal de Belen, El. 19 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, F., 

Comedias, v. 3, p. 589. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Cardenlo undCellnde. 86 pp. Gryphins, A., Trauerspiele, 

p. 257. (Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 162.) 
Cardinal. 82 pp. Shirley, J., Works, v. 5, p. 271. 
Careless husband. 95 pp. Cibber, C, Works, v. 2, p. 1 ; 

London stage, v. 2 ; Scott, Sir W., Mod. Brit. dr. v. 3, p. 

639. 
Carmelite, The. 12 pp. Cumberland, R. (London stage, 

v.l.) 
Carmosiue. 113 pp. Musset, L. C. A. de, (Euvres, v. 5, 

p. 311. 
Carnaval de Venise, Le. 25 pp. Regnard, J. F., (Euvres, 

V. 2, p. 285. 
Carnestolendas, Las. 4 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., 

Comedias, v. 4, p. 632. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Carolus Magnus. 84 pp. Kotzebue, A. F. F. von, Theat. 

V. 20, p. 207. 
Caron mit den abgeschldnen geisten. 14 pp. Sachs, H. 

(Biblioth. literar. vereins in Stuttgart, v. 115, p. 3; Goe- 

deke, K., and Tlttmann, J., Deutsch. dichter 16 jahrh. v. 

6, p. 12.) 
Carrasco. 2 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., Comedias, v. 

4, p. 650. (Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
Cas de conscience, Le. 20 pp. Feuillet, O. (Rev, d. deux 

mondes, 1865, 2 p6r. v. 59, p. 738.) 
Casa con dos puertas mala es de guardar. 20 pp. Cal- 
deron de la Barca, P., Comedias, v. 1, p. 129 (Bibliot. de 

autores espah.) ; Ochoa, E. de, Colec. de piezas escogidas, 

and Tesoro teatro espah. v. 3, p. 33. 
Casa de los linajes. La. 3 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., 

Comedias, v. 4, p. 619. (Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Casa holgona. La. 3 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., Come- 
dias, V. 4, p. 622. (Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Casa nova, La. 91 pp. Goldonl, C, Commedie, v. 29, p. 87. 
Casarse por vengarse. 19 pp. Rojas Zorrilla, F. de, 

Comedias, p. 103. (Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Case is altered. 104 pp. Jonson, B., Works, v. 6, p. 319. 
Casina. 79 pp. Plautus, T. M., Comoediae, v. 1, p. 481 

(Valpy, A. J., Script. Lat.) ; Ex recens. Welsil, v. 2, p. 1. 
Eng. Comedies, tr. by H. T. Riley, v. 2, p. 303. (Bohn, 

H. G., Class. Libr.) 
Cassarla, La (in prosa). 60 pp. Ariosto, L., Opere mmort, 

V. 2, p. 1. < 
Cassarla, La (in versi). 99 pp. Ariosto, L., Opere minori, 

V. 2, p. 117 ; Teatro ital. antico, v. 1, p. 341. 
Castalda, La. 71 pp. Goldonl, C, Commedie, v. 16, p. 177. 
Castelhano. 15 pp. Vicente, G., Obras, v. 1, p. 7. 
Castelvlnes y Monteses. 23 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, F.. 

Comedias, v. 4, p. 1. (Bibliot. de autores e.^pah.) 
Castigo de la mlserla, El. 24 pp. Hoz Mota, J. de la. 

(Mesonero Romanos, R. de, Dramat. post, a Lopede Vega, 

V. 2, p. 195 ; Bibliot. de autores espah. ; Ochoa, E. de, 

Colec. de piezas escogidas, and Tesoro teatro espah. v. 5, p. 

28.) 
Castigo del pens6que. El. 20 pp. Tellez, G., Comedias, p. 

70, (Bibliot. de autores espah.) 
Castigo en tres venganzae, Un. 19 pp. Calderon de la 

Barca, P., Comedias, v. 3, p. 37V. {Bibliot. de autores 

espah.) 



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Castigo sin venganza. El. 115 pp. Lope de Vega Carplo, 
F. ( Colee. obran suelt. v. 8, p. 373 ; Comedias, v. 1, p. 567 ; 
Bibliot. de autores espaii.) 

Castillo de Lindabridls, EI. 22 pp. Calderon de la Barca, 
P., Comedias, v. 2, p. 255. (Bibliol. de autores espan.) 

Castle of Andalusia. 77 pp. O'Keeffe, J., Works, v. 1, p. 
107 ; Cumberland, J., Brit. th. v. 32 ; InchlMild, E., Brit, 
tk. V. 10. 

Castle of Sorrento. 39 pp. Heartwell, H. (Cumberland, 
J., Brit. th. V. 33 ; London stage, v. 4.) 

Castle spectre. 66 pp. Lewis, M. G. (Cumberland, -J., 
Brit. th. V. 15 ; London stage, v. 1 ; Oxberry, W., A'ew 
Eng. dr. v. i.) 

Castro. 80 pp. Ferreira, -\., Po«mas, v. 2, p. 158. 

Catalan Serrallonga, y bandos de Barcelona. 20 pp. 
Bojas Zorrilla, F. de, Comedias, p. 565. (Bibliot. de au- 
tores espan.) 

Cataract of the Ganges. 41 pp. Moncrleff, W. T. (Cum- 
berland, J., Brit. th. V. 33.) 

Catch him who can ! 34 pp. Hook, T. E. (Caml>erland, 
J., Brit. th. V. 40.) 

Catharina von Georgien. 121 pp. Gryphius, A., Trauer- 
spiele, p. 135. (Biliolh. Kterar. rereins in Stuttgart, v. 162.) 

Catllina. 89 pp. Crfbillon, P. J. de, (Eurres, v. 2, p. 251. 

Catilina. 104 pp. Voltaire, F. M. A. de, (Eurres, v. 4, p. 
165. 

Catiline. 163 pp. Jonson, B., Works, v. 4, p. 193. 

Cato. 70 pp. Addison, J., Works, v. 1, p. 162 ; Anderson, 
E., Brit, poets, v. 7, p. 228; Chalmers, A., Eng. poets, v. 
9, p. 573; Cumberland, J., Bn7. rt. V. 6; London stage, 
v. 1; Oxberry, W., yew Eng. dr. v. 17; Scott, Sir W., 
Mod. Brit. dr. v. 1, p. 625. 

Cato von Eisen. 128 pp. Laube, H., Dr. werke, v. 13, p. 1. 

Catone in Utlca. 105 pp. Metastasio, P. A. D. B. T., Opere, 
V. 1, p. 179. 

Catrina, La. 35 pp. Berni, F. (Tealro Hal. antico, v. 10, 
p. 1.) 

Cautela contra cautela. 18 pp. TeUez, G., Comedias. p. 
501. {Bibliot. de autores espah.) 

Cavalier di splrito, II. 71 pp. Goldonl, C., Commedie, v. 
30, p. 259. 

Cavalier Giocondo, II. 89 pp. Goldonl, C, Commedie, v. 
22, p. 161. 

Cavaliere di buon gusto. II. 74 pp. Goldonl, C, Comme- 
die, V. 11, p. 3. 

Cavaliere e la dama, II. 96 pp. Goldonl, C, Commedie, v. 

3, p. 299. 

Cedar chest. 38 pp. Almar, G. (Cumberland, -J.. Minor 
th. V. 8.) 

Cefalo y Pocris. 18 pp. Calderon de la Barca, P., Come- 
dias, V. 3, p. 489. [Bibliot. de autores espaii.) 

Ceinture magique. La. 42 pp. Rousseau. J. B., (Buvres, 
V. 4, p. 143. 

Celestlna, La. 75 pp. Cota, R. de. (yovelUtas ant. d Cer- 
vantes, p. 5 (Bibliot. de autores espan.) ; and Ochoa, E. de, 
Tesoro teatro espah. v. 1, p. 223.) 

C6Umare le hieu-aime. 136 pp. Lablche, E., Thiat. v. 3, 
p. 1. 

Celos aun del aire matan. 16 pp. Calderon de la Barca, 
P.. Comedias, v. 3, p. 473. [Bibliot. de autores espan.) 
oc! *=^P„9?}<>8 se curan. 17 pp. Tellez. G.. Comedias, p. 

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Celos no ofenden al sol. 19 pp. Enriquez Gomez. A. 
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