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JOHN L. OTIS, Nobthampton, 


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Mkssrs. ABTHUR J. G. SOWDON, Boston, 
A. CARTER WEBBER, Cambbidgb. 
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To the Honorable Legislature of Massachusetts, 

The librarian of the State Library, in accordance with 
sect. 8 of chap. 5 of the General Statutes, submits the fol- 
lowing report for the year ending Sept. 80, 1880 : — 


Number of Volumes added to the Library from Oct, 1, 1879, to Sept. 30, 


By purchase 1,285 

domestic exchanges 850 

foreign exchanges 78 

donation 268 

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The librarian of the State Library, in accordance with 
sect. 8 of chap. 6 of the General Statutes, submits the fol- 
lowing report for the year ending Sept. 30, 1880 : — 


Number of Volumes added to the Library from Oct. 1, 1879, to Sept. 30, 


By purchase 1 ,285 

domestic exchanges 350 

foreign exchanges 78 

donation 268 

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1880.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 9 

By the foregoing account, which embraces the library year 
from Oct. 1, 1879, to Sept. 30, 1880, inclusive, it will be seen 
that the receipts and expenditures may be aggregated as 
foUows: — 


Drawn from appropriations for 1878 and 1879 . . . |793 33 

Drawn from appropriations for 1879 3,359 68 

Incidental receipts 4 25 

•4,157 26 


Books, pamphlets, and maps $3,352 58 

Binding 369 22 

Periodicals 167 55 

Expressage 68 82 

Postage and stamped envelopes 39 55 

Stationery 34 11 

Printing 41 12 

Indexing resolves 60 00 

Incidentals 24 31 

•4,157 26 

There remained in the treasury Sept. 30, 1880, an unex- 
pended balance of the several appropriations made on account 
of the library of $440.32. 

American Law Reports. 

The special appropriation made by the Legislature of 
1880 for the purchase of American Law Reports has covered 
the expense of the purchase of all the volumes needed to 
complete our series. Many of these volumes were rare, and 
their purchase has required a diligent search, extending to 
nearly every State in the Union. The library now contains 
complete sets of the printed reports of the decisions of all 
the courts of final resort in every State and Territory of the 
Union. Special effort has been made and will be continued 
to secure the current reports as rapidly as they are issued 
from the press; and it is believed that the current session 
laws and reports, together with the latest compilations of 
statutes and digests of reports, are now on the library- 
shelves in the most convenient arrangement for use. 



English Law Reports. 

The complefion of our set of the reports of the English 
courts should now be considered. As opportunity has of- 
fered, at auction or private sale, missing volumes have been 
purchased, and about fifty of the needed reports have been 
secured the past year. There are now about four hundred 
volumes of English reports wanting to make our set perfect. 
It is probable that an attempt to purchase the whole at once 
would involve a large expense ; but an appropriation, which 
would cover the cost of such volumes as could be from 
time to time advantageously secured, would gradually, if not 
speedily, close the gaps that now exist, without the payment 
of exorbitant prices for individual volumes, and without in- 
volving an extravagant outlay for the ultimate completion of 
the series. 

Session Laws. 

The library contains a collection of the session laws of the 
several States and Territories, which is of great value, and 
which will probably compare favorably with that of the lead- 
ing State libraries ; yet there are few sets which are absolutely 
complete. This is undoubtedly the most valuable and dis- 
tinctive feature of the library, and its deficiencies in this de- 
partment have been carefully considered. Several additions 
have recently been made, which complete the sets of the 
session laws of California, Colorado, Kansas, and Washington 
Territory, and increase our collection of the laws of Utah 
Territory and several of the other Territories and States. A 
list of the deficiencies in this portion of the library has been 
made during the year, the length of which is disagreeably 
suggestive. It should be possible for the library to improve 
, every opportunity to obtain such session laws as it does not 
possess. Many of them are rare, and seldom appear in 
the market. In no case can our deficiencies be supplied by 
exchange, as application has repeatedly been made to the 
State authorities without success. 

Appropriation needed to meet Deficiencies. 

It is thought that a special appropriation of $1,000, made 
available for the purchase of EngUsh reports and session 

1880.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 11 

laws of the States and Territories, could be judiciously and 
profitably used during the coining year; the value of the 
library would be very largely increased by completion in 
the directions indicated. Its completion can only be secured 
by unwearied search, which the favor of the Legislature 
will alone render possible or profitable. The maintenance 
of a high standard of perfection in these directions will also 
demand incessant vigilance and correspondence. 

Mexican Laws. 

In view of the rapid development of the resources of the 
south-west by Massachusetts capital, and through the agency 
of corporations created under our laws, one of which con- 
templates the establishment of direct rail communication 
with the city of Mexico, the trustees have considered it im- 
portant that the library should contain as complete a collec- 
tion as could be obtained of the Mexican statutes. A valuable 
collection of the earlier statutes was purchased at the sale 
of the library of the late Hon. Caleb Cushing, and subse- 
quent statutes have been secured through the agency of the 
Hon. John W. Foster, recently the American Minister, resi- 
dent at Mexico. The Mexican laws now in the library 
cover nearly the entire period of the present century. 

Canadian Provincial Statutes. 

Our exchanges with the Dominion Government are very 
generous, prompt, and satisfactory. Negotiations during the 
year with the proper officials in the several Canadian Prov- 
inces have resulted in the addition to the library of the 
statutes in force to date in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, 
Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, and British Columbia and 
Vancouver Island. 


The library has received many donations from private indi- 
viduals during the year, the most important single gift being 
the elegant volume of " The Whitney Family of Connecti- 
cut,*' from the compiler, Mr. S. Whitney Phoenix of New 
York. It has also received several valuable donations of 
works upon genealogy and local history, the donors of which 
will be indicated in connection with the title entry, in the 
appended catalogue of additions. 


" The Boston Daily Journal " and " The Woburn Weekly 
Journal " have been contributed by the respective publishers. 
If the publishers of other newspapers throughout the State 
would imitate their generous example, the value of the 
State Library would be greatly increased, and it would be a 
source of gratification to the members of the Legislature and 
other branches of the State Government if complete files of 
the issues of the local press were preserved at the State 
House. The Legislative Library of the Province of Nova 
Scotia, I am informed, preserves the files of all the news- 
papers published in the Province, and the publishers take 
a pride in furnishing their issues for that purpose. 

The Hon. George F. Hoar and the Hon. George B. Loring 
have rendered the library valuable assistance in perfecting 
its collection of the publications of the United States Gov- 
ernment, and acknowledgment is also due to the Hon. Henry 
L. Dawes for courtesies in this direction. 

Town and City Reports. 

The collection of the Annual Reports of the towns and 
cities of the Commonwealth, now in the library, embraces all 
that have been made since the law of 1866 went into effect. 
In many cases the previous reports have been obtained, and 
it is of great importance to the legislator and the historian 
that the State Library should contain a complete file of all 
the financial reports of the cities and towns that have ever 
been published. 

An effort has been made, through extensive correspondence 
in some portions of the State, to perfect these files, and these 
efforts will be extended over the entire State. Those who 
assist the State Library in this particular will render a good 
service to the Commonwealth, and materially aid in the pres- 
ei*vation of the history of their local municipalities. 

The New Catalogue. 

The new catalogue of the library, which was authorized by 
a resolve of the Legislature of 1874, has been completed 
during the year, and is ready for the use of those who con- 
sult the library. With a supplement, which includes the ad- 
ditions made during the progress of the work of preparation, 
the volume comprises 1,048 double column royal octavo 

1880.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 18 

pages, and is a complete dictionary catalogue of the contents 
of the library, Oct. 1, 1879. Its compilation, a labor requir- 
ing special skill and great care and patience, has been under 
the care of Miss Ellen M. Sawyer, one of the regular library 
assistants, and extra assistance was rendered during the main 
portion of the work by Miss Augusta I. Apple ton. It is 
believed that the system adopted, and the accuracy with 
which it has been carried out, will afford an easy guide for 
the consultation of the library. The printing of the work 
has been delayed by the partial destruction of the sheets by 
fire, which necessitated the reproduction of many pages. 
The arrangement of the additions fnade during the year and 
contained in this report is intended to inaugurate a system 
which shall make each Annual Report a complete annual 
supplement to the General Catalogue. 

Changes in the Libeary-Room. 

In accordance with the provision made by the Legi^^lature 
of 1880, to meet the demand for additional shelf-room, and 
with plans prepared by Messrs. Ware & Van Brunt, and ap- 
proved by the joint standing committee on the library, 
changes have been made in the library-room which provide 
new shelf-room for some fourteen thousand volumes, gives the 
reading-room better light, and renders it more readily accessi- 
ble to the members of the General Court. The main floor now 
corresponds to the former first gallery, and the space between 
that and the old floor is utilized for the storage of books for 
the service of the library. The work has been accomplished, 
together with the repainting of the entire room, without ex- 
ceeding the appropriation of four thousand dollars. The 
change has necessitated the re-arrangement of the entire li- 
brary, and made the year one of very active labor for those 
who have the library in charge. 

It is hoped that the members of the Legislature will find 
the library convenient and attractive for their use, and that 
the catalogue and attendants will furnish them the assistance 
needed to place its contents at their disposal. 

Respectfully submitted. 


Statb Libbabt, Not. 8, 1880. 








IfoU. ^The flgares In bncketo at the end of the titles indicate the •onroee Arom which the 
books were recclTed, thus, [l]i received by purchase; [2j, by exchange; [3], by donation 
(names of indlTidual donors being added) ; [4], from officers of government. 

Abbot Academy, Andover, Man, Catalogue, 1874. Andover, 1874. 8^. [3] 

-> See McKeeo, P. and P. F. 

Abbotty Austin. New caaes selected chiefly from decisions of the courts of 

the state of New York, [1876-80]. Vol. 1-7. N.Y., 1877-80. 7 v. 8°. [1] 
Abbott, Benjamin Vaughan. Digest of the reports of the United States 

courts, and of the acts of Congress, July, 1877-May, 1880. Vol. 8. N.Y., 

1880. ^. [1] 

— and Austin. Reports of practice cases, determined in the courts of the state 

of New York, 118M-66]. N.Y., 1855-65. 19 v. 8<*. [1] 

Same. New series. [1866-75.] N.Y., 1866-76. 16 v. 8®. [1] 

Vol 8-16 are by A. Abbott. 


About, Edmond (Francois Valentin). Handbook of social economy; or, The 
worker's ABC. From the French. N.Y., 1873. 12°. [1] 

Acton, Ma$9. See Drake, 8. A. History of Middlesex County. 

Adams, Charles Francis, Jr, The federation of the railroad system. Argu- 
ment) Feb. 27, 1880, before the committee of commerce of the United 
States House of Representatives. Bost., 1880. 8°. 24 p. [1] 

— IndividuaUty in politics. Lecture, N.Y., April 21, 1880. N.Y., [1880]. 8®. 

16 p. [3] 

— Notes on railroad accident. N.Y., 1879. 16*». [1] 

— The public library and the common schools: three papers on educational 

topics. Bost.. 1879, 9P. 51 p. [1] 

— Railroads: their origin and problems. N.Y., 1878. 12^. [1] 

Adams, Henry. Documents relating to New-England Federalism. 1800-15. 

Bost., 1877. 8^ [1] 


Gil««, VV. B. Letter to the "Richmond enquirer." 7th Sept., 18*27. — Stuart, A. Letter 
to 1\A. Randolph, lUli Oct.. ISM, wtih roply fnrni Mr. Rnndolph. - GtleH, W. B. Letter to 
the "Richmond enquirer." 3Ut Oct., I82K. — Adams, J. Q.. Pr<>« <^ the U. 8. Statement 
from the"Nationnl lntenifretieer"of 21«t Oct.. 1828. — Gllea. W. H. LiMter to the "Rich- 
mond enqalrer." 24th Oct.. 1828. — Itf aaaachuaetta Federallnts. Letter to J. Q Adams, 
'i(>lh Nov.. 1828. — AdamH. •/. Q. Reply to the Utter of MHNKAchiihettM FodernliRtH, .M)ih Dec, 
1828.— MasaachnHetta Federal intH. Appeal to the c,\.\/.f\\% xf the I'nlted Stntei. 2Hth 
Jan.. 182M. — Oould, J. Letter to the "JJew York evenhiK post," eiioloiKliii; statements of 
Connecticut Kederalists, 11th April. 1829. — Adatus, J. Q. Rrjilv to the Appeal of the Mas- 
sachusetts Federalists. — Appendix [cuutainiiig letttrs from T. IMclierlnK and others]. 

Adams, Julius W. Sewers and drains for populous districts; with rules and 
forinnlse. lUiis. N.Y., 1880. 8**. Map. [1] 

Addison, Alexander. Charges to grand juries of the counties of the 5th cir- 
cuit, in the state of Pennsylvania, [1791-99]. Wash., 1800. 8^ [1] 


Addison, Charles G. Treatise on the law of contracts. 3d Amer. ed., by 
J. A. Morgan. N.Y., 1878.- 3 v. 8°. [1] 

— Treatise on the law of torts. With Amer. notes by H. G. Wood. N.Y., 

1878. 2 V. S°. [1] 

Adirondack Mts. See New York. Topographical Survey of the Adirondack 

Adulterations. See Squibb, E. B. 

Aerial navigation. See Andrews, S. 

African colonization. See American Colonization Society. 

Agawam, Mass, See Connecticut Valley. 

Agriculture. See Carey, H. O.; — Connecticut; — Illinois; — Loring, 

G. B. ; — Massachusetts ; — Michigan ; — New Brunswick ; — Ohio ; 

— Samuelson, B. 
Alabama. Svperintendent of Public Instruction. Beport of J. M. McKleroy, 

1876-76. Montgomery, 1875-76. 8«>. [3] 

— Supreme Court, Beports of cases, Jan. term, 1847. Vol. 11. By the judges 

of the court. Tuscaloosa, 1847. 8®. [1] 

Same, Vol. 61. 1878. By T. G. Jones. Montgomery, 1880. SP, [2] 

Alabama, Confederate steamer. See Pradier-Fod6r6, P. L. E. 

Alaska. See Jackson, 8. ; — United States. Coast Survey, 

Albert, Prijice Consort. See Martin, Sir T. 

Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, See Cornwallis, K. 

Albertini, Luis B. Derecho diplom^tico en sus aplicaciones especiales i, las 

Bepiiblicas Sud-Americanas seguido de nn ap^ndice conteniendo las prin- 

cipales leyes, decretos y reglamentos de las Beptiblicas Argentina, de 

Chile, del Ecuador, Peril y Estados Unidos de Colombia. Paris, 1866. 8^. 

Alcott, William Alexander. Historical description of the first public school 

in Hartford, Conn. Hartford, 1832. 12°. [3] 
Alexander, Sir James Edward. Cleopatra's Needle, the obelisk of Alexan- 
dria, its acquisition and removal to England described. Lond., 1879. 16^. 

Allen, Franklin. American silk industry, chronologically arranged, 1793- 

1876. N.Y., 1876. 8*>. 69 p. [1] 
Allen, John B. Beports of cases in the Supreme Court of the territory of 

Washington, 1854-79. Vol. 1, new series. Olympia, 1879. S^. [1] 
Allen, Joseph. [Title-page and general index to his History of Ndrthborough 

in various publications and discourses.] Worcester, 1880. SP. xix p. [3, 

Franklin P. Rice, Worcester.] 
AUen, Stephen Merrill. Origin and early progress of the Bepublican Party in 

the United States, with the history of its formation in Massachusetts: with 

memorial addresses on its 25th anniversary, Worcester, Sept. 15, 1879. 

Bust., 1879. 8°. 92 p. [3, Author.] 
Almanack de Gotha, 1880. Gotha, [1879]. 32^. Portraits. [1] 
Almanack for the year 1880. By J. Whitaker. Lend., [1879]. 1&*. [1] 
Almanacs. See American almanac; — Banker's almanac; — New York 

evening express almanac. 
Almshouses* See Massachusetts. State Almshouse at Tewksbury, — State 

Primary and Reform ScJioolSy — State Workhouse at BridgewateVj -^"Se^w 

York* City. Governors of the Almshouse. 
Alvarez, Jos^ Marfa. Instituciones de derecho real de Espafia. Adicionadas 

con varios apendices, pdrrafos, etc., por D. Velez. Buenos- Aires, 1834. 8°. 

Amazon River, See Smith, H. H. 

America, See Harvard Colleg^e. Peabody Museum of American Archoeology 

and Ethnology ; — Magazine of American history ; — Sabin, J. 

America, North, See Short, J. T. ' 

1880.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. '19 

America, South. See Albertlni, L. .£. ; — Antepara, J. M. ' 

American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Memoirs, 1783. Vol. 1. Bost., 

1785. 4°. [1] 
American almanac, 188a Ed. by A. B. Spofford. N.Y., 1880. 12^'. [1] 
American annals of the deaf and dnmb. Ed. by £. A. Fay. Vol. 23-24. 

Wash., 187&-79. 2 v. in I. 8°. [1] 
— Same. Index, ▼. 1-20, 1847-75. Ed. by £. A. Fay. Wash., 1880. 8°. (2 

cop.) [3] 
American Antiquarian Society. Proceedings, semi-annual meeting, April 

30, 1879; annual meeting, Oct. 21, 1879. Worcester, 1879-80. S^, [3] 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. Proceedings, 

lst-17th, 19th-21st, 26th-27th meeting, 1818-68, 70-72, 76-78. Phila., Boet., 

Charleston, etc, 1849-79. 21 y. 8<'. [1] 
American Asylum at Hartford for the Education and Instruction of 

the Deaf and Dumb. 63d-64th annual report. Hartford, 1879-80. 8^. 

(2 cop. of 1879.) [3] 
American Bar Association. Call for a conference, proceedings of confer- 
ence, 1st meeting of the Association; Report of the 2d annual meeting, 

1879. Phila., 1878-79. 8°. [3] 
American builder. Vol. 15. N.Y., [1879]. 4<». lUus. [1] 
American Colonization Society. 63d annual report, with the minutes of 

the annnal meeting, Jan. 1880. Wasli., 1880. 8^. [3] 
American Institute of Instruction. Lectures delivered before the Insti- 
tute, 1862-^; Papers, 186&-72; Lectures, 1875-79. Bost., 1863-79. 16 v. 

V2P. [2] 


1869. P roceadtosfc — Eliot, S. C«>nservatlBm In educAtlon. — Orandirent, L. H. 
ProffreH of l«'amlnie in Earop«>.— Kendall, J. SttRK^Btion rcBpectIng tho ntudy of iiuture. 
— Camp, D. S. Uelation of the teacher to advanuinK civlllznifon. 

1803. Proceedings. — Gregory, J. M. Ttie problem of educiition.— Parker, H. E. 
Formation of character In education. —Northrop, B. G. SuporvlBhm of RchooN. —Clarke, 
J. F. Natural and artlfldal niothodnlncdiiOHtioii. — Actof Incorpuratioii. — Hkoich of Ameri- 
can Inatttute.— Constitution.— Bv-laws. — Meetinvx of the Institute. — CatnloKue of hooka. 

1864. Proceedlnica.— Weflton, E. P. Exiremeti In education. — Allen, J. W. The 
teacher Is an af(ent. not a servant. — Chadboome, P. A. Kelations of natural history to 

1865. Proceedinirs. — Woolaey. T. D. Teaching of moral and polilirnl dutle«i In the 
pnbiic schools. — Haven, K. O. Indirect beneflts of school education. — Washbam, E. 
Civil polity a branch of school education. — Atkinson, W. I'. Dynamic and mechanic 

1866. Proceedings. I The lectures were not publuhed.} 

1867. Proceedings.— I<lncoln, tl. H. School dMclpllne.— Thompson, C. O. Hints 
towards a profewslon of teaching. — Cady. I. F. Place of natural hiMtory in a course of 
Instroctlon. — Richards, Z. Heading: ntvlesand method*.- Smith, E. The founders of 
ths Institute, and its first presM out.- Miner, A. A. Right-mindedness favoraiile to intel- 
lectual growth.- Northrop, U. U. Truancy. — Hill, T. Proportion in which knowledge 
and discipline should be made (he ends of education. 

1868. Proceedings. — Collar, W. C. The classical question.- Basoom, J. Means 
and manner of popular educaiion. — Rmith, E. School record!*. 

1869. Pntceedlngs. — Phllbrick, J . D. Examining and certificating teachers. — Dan- 
lell, M. G. Proper scope and plan of coursM of htudy for public schooia. 

1870- Proce"dln>:s.— Miner, A.. A. Duly of towns to support evoning M>hoolR. — Oodt, 
J. It. Place and work of academies in our educational system.— White, J. Compulsory 
•chool attendance. — Peabody, A. I*. The Kible in public xchotds. — ('on^titution. 

1871. Proceedings. — Oliver, H. K. "'Tis more than sixty years since," or, " How I 
was edacated.*'— Perkins, C. C. Drawing as a branch of uonenil cducHilon. — Gilnian, 
D. C. Growth of American colleges, and their present tendency to the study of science.— 
Hndson, H. N. UNtory in schools. — Harris, W. T. Prescription, Its province in educa- 
tion. — Eaton, J. American education progn'SRlve. 

187S. Proceedings.— Constitution. — Bv-law«. — Allen, N. T. Public education In 
Oemiany. — White, E. E. The true education. — Patterson, J. W. Influence of educa^ 
tion upon labor. — 8mith, W. Draw ing in graded public nchooli^. — Upham, J. B. Vocal 
music In our common school.— Underwood, F. U. English literature and Its place in 
popular education. 

1873-74. iNever published.^ 

1875. Proceedings.— Mayo, A. D. What next in the common school ? — Eliot, 8, 
Organization of school faculties.— Greene, S. R. The place and work of academiei* in our 
system of education. — Braokett, A. C. Doctors and teachers. — Shaw, J. A. Kn^ll^h 
pronunciation: what have teachers to do about it. — Borden, \. G. The teacher an edu- 
cator. — Cor, E. G. Theoiy vs. practice in classical study. — Porter, N. Cla< study 
and Instmctlon, 

1876. Proceedings.- Orcntt, H. Recitation.— Hall, J. M. Geogranhy In our com- 
mon schools. — lAdd, H. O. Elements of natural science In our ptihllc schools.— Buok- 
ham, M. H. Moral instruction an<l discipline in the study of the classic languages and liter- 
stares. —Smith, A. D. The moral element in e<1ncati<in. — Thompson, ('. O. i'lace of 
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— Boston, Hartford and Erie Railroad. See Massachusetts. General 


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British seamen, ^ee Brassey, T. 
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Building associations. See Chapman, R. 

Bulharyn, Georges de. La description des quelqiies ^v^nements de la vie du 
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Bullitt, Joshua F. Civil and criminal codes of Kentucky. See Kentuolcy. 

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Bunker Hill. See Bancroft, E. ; — Song. 

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The orators were : Miner, H. D., 187 1 : — £iidicott, C. , 1872 ; — Everett, J. M. (Canton), 
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— Hei)ort of the building committee and exercises at the dedication of memo- 

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Cape Cod Canal Company. See Whitney, H. M. 
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A prefAce to one of the Oerman transUtloas of his work on social science. 

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— The Senate finance bill. Letters to H. Maynard. Phila., 1875. 8®. 12 p. 


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CastelaTy Emilio. Guestlones politicas y sociales. Madrid, 1870. 3 y. in 1. 

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Vol. 1. Las reformas.— Las destcrflcisa de Tolonla.— £1 goblorno j Catalnfia.— Las 

Snlntns.— El maquiavellsmo dc Bonaparte en America.— ZaraRoza en el cinco de Marxo. — 
a muerte de la arlatocracla.— La redcncion aoclal.— La relacion de la econoniiay la pohtlca. 

— La gran rept!ib]ica americana y el poquefio innperio Ralo-auotrlaco.— £1 naclmlento de la 
democracia. — El reinado de Fernando vll.— La legaildad modenia.— Las dinastias reaccl- 
onariaa.— £1 cobicmo y la ciencia. — La calda de una dinastla. — Horror 41a hlKtorla.— La 
ciiostlon dobaclenda.— lAeconomladelarevoInclon.— De qulto es el patrimonlo real?— 
£1 rasKO. 

2. La reacelon espafiola.e Italia.— Pesconsoladora estadioUca. — El oartido moderado. 

— La politlca de emboscada.— £1 dictador moderado.- La politlca de Dona Alaria Cristlna. 

— Elretraimiento.— Lareaccion.— LasupromaclcccJon enlre la politica legal y la revolu- 
clonorla.— Combate por el retraim lento.- Los progreslMas y el retraimiento.— £1 dta del 
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Iiendenclaespafiola. — Laabolicion de la OKclavitud.— La tonia de'Kirhmoud.— Plutarco de 
08 demdcratas.— Dos mdrtires de la hidependencla.— lireve bi^toria de la dcmocracfa 
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Celebration of the birth-day of Thomas Jefferson, at Salem, Mass., April 1, 

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Chapman, Jacob, and Lapham, William B. Edward Chapman, of Ipswich, 

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Field family. See Brownell, Mrs. H. A. 

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Fine arts. See Art journal ; — Boston Museum of Fine Arts ; — Massa- 
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Fiore, Pasquale. Droit international privd; on, Principes pour resoudre les 
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Fischer, Louis C. Revised co<ie of Maryland, 1878. See Maryland. 

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Fisher, Redwood. Cases decided in the District and Circuit Court of the 
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Fisher, Robert Alexander. A digest of reported cases, 1766-1870, relating to 
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FitchburiP, Mass. See Worcester County. 

Fitchburg Railroad. 38th annual report of the directors, 1880. Bost., 1880. 
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Fleet's register for the state of Massachusetts Bay, 1779-82, 91. Bost., 1779- 
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Called '* Pocket almftnack/' 178*-S2; "Fleet's pocket almanack," 1791. Tbo calendar for 
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See also Mills and Hlcka's British and American register. 

Flint Public Library. See Middleton, Mass. 

Florence, Cruise of the. See Howgate, H. W. 

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— See Bonnet, V. ; — Carey, H. C. ; — Guizot, F. (P. G.); — Senior, N. W. 
Franco-American commercial treaty. See Chotteau, L.; — San Fran- 
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FranlLfort, Ind. Superintendent of Public Schools. 5th annual report, 1879. 

Frankfort, 1879. ^. [3] 
Franklin County. See Connecticut Valley. 
Franklin Fire Insurance Company of Philadelphia. Seml-ceutennial 

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Free ships. S Codman, J. 


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Tho mythical and romiintic elomento in early EngUnh history.— The continuity of English 
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Canterbury and his bloRraphors. — The reign of Edward iii.— The Holy Soman Empire.— 
The Frnnks and the Gauls. —The early sieges of l*ari8. — Frederick z., king of Italy. — The 
Emperor Frederick ii. — Charles the Bold. — Presidential goremmeut. 

— Same. 2d series. Lend., 1873. 8°. 


Ancient Greece and medieval Italy. — Mr. Gladstone's Homer and the Homeric age.— 
Tho historians of Athens.— The Athenian deniocr-icy. Appendix: Curtins' Historv nf 
Greece. — Alexande the Great. — Greece during tho Macedonian period. — Mommsen's His- 
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— Same. 3d series. Lend., 1879. 8*». [1] 


First Impressions of Rome.— The Illyrian emperors and their land. Appendix: Diocle- 
tian's place in architectural history.— Augusta Treverorum. Appendix: llie panegyrists 
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— History of the Norman conquest of Eugland, its causes and its results. 

Vol. 6-6. Oxfonl, 1876-79. 2^. 8°. 

Vol. 6 is an index to ▼. 1-5. 

Freeman, Korman L. Reports of cases in the Supreme Court of IHinois, 
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Freemasonry. See Hayden, L. 

French in Rhode Island. See Potter, E. R. 

Freund, Wilhelm. Harpers' Latin dictionary. Founded on the translation 
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Froebel, Friedrich. See Kriege, M. H. 

Frontier missionary, ^ee Bartlet, W. S. 

Frothingham, Richard. Address. See Bunker llill Monument Associa- 

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Furness, William Henry. See Philadelphia. First Congregational So- 
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Galvan, Mariano. Goleccion de los decretos y ordenes, etc. See Mexico. 
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1880.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 49 

Gardner, Mas*. See Herrick, W. D. ; — Worcester County. 

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Crenealogy. See New-England historical and genealogical register. 

(ienealoeicfi of the following famillCB have been received durlnir the year, 'namely : Ar- 
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Faxon ; — Fl«la ; — Paine ; — Preston ; — Bassell; — Sumner ; — Valentine; — 
Wanton ; — Whitney. 

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General Conference of Congregational Churches in Maine. 51st- 53d 

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Supplement to the code of Georgia, containing the public acts passed 

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Grafton, Mass. See Pierce, F. C. ; — Worcester County. 
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8es €U$o Oommimonen <^ PrUont, 

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— Local Government Board. 4th-8th annual report, 1874-79. Lond., 1875-79. 

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6th-7tb annual report, 1876-78. Supplement containing the report of the 

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— Medical Officer of the Privy Council and Local Government Board, Public 

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Be|>oit8. 187i-75, Inolade reports on trade union*; Reports, 1870-77. include Industrial and 
proTtdent societies and trnde unions. 

— Registrar'GeneraJ. 36th-40th annual report of births, deaths, and marriages, 

1873-77. Lond., 1875-79. 5 v. 8^ [1] 

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Great Britain, contintted, 

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Green's Connecticut annual register. See Connecticut register. 

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A translntion of a chapter trom Greitorovlus's Wanderjahrc in Italien. 

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Hadley, Mass. See Connecticut Valley. 

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Hampshire County, Mass. See Connecticut Valley. 
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Mason, Alfretl B., and Lalor, John J. Primer of ix)]itical economy. Chi- 
cago, 1877. KiP. 67 p. [1] 
Mason, George C. Life and works of Gilbert Stuart. With selections from 

Stuart's portraits. N.Y., 1879. 4°. [1] 
Mason, James. Year-book of facts in science and the useful arts, 1879. 

Lond., 1879. ICP. [1] 
Jfassachusetts. Adjutant-General. Annual report, 1879. Bost., 1880. 8P, 

(3 cop.) [4] 
•-Attorney-General. Annual report, 1879. Bost., 1880. 8®. (2 cop.) [4] 
— ^aditor of accounts. Report, 1879. Bost., 1880. 8®. (2 cop.) [4] 
—Board of Affriimlture. 27tli annual report, 1879. Bost., 1880. 8**. (2 cop.) 
^ -A5ec luring, G.B. 

"^ Board 0/ Commissioners of Prisons. 9th annual report. Bost., 1880. 8<>. (2 
cop.) [4] 

~ ^'^Ual for the use of prison officials: containing the laws passed in 1879- 
*'" Bost., 1879-80. 16<>. 19, 25 p. [3] 


Massachasetts. Board of Commissioners of Prisons^ cojitinved. 

lUiles aiul reftnlationa for tlie government of the 31as8aclmsetta State 

Prison. Bost., 1880. 10°. 14 p. [a] 
Rules and rep^ulations of the Reformatory Prison for Women. Bost., 

1879. 16°. KJp. [3] 

— Board of Commissioners of Savinf/s Banks. Annual report, 1879. Bost., 

1880. 8°. (2 cop.) [4] 

— Board of Education. 43d annual report, 1878-79. Bost., 1880. 8°. [4] 

— Board of Railroad Commissioners, lltli annual report, 1880 [with railroad 

reports for the year ending Sept. 30, 1879]. Bost., 1880. 8°. (5 cop.) L*] 
Same. [Without returns ] Bost., 1880. 8°. Map. (2 cop.) [4] 

— Bureau of Statistics of Labor. 11th annual rei>ort, 1880. Bost., 1880. 8°. 

(2 cop.) [4] 

— Commissioners on Inland Fisheries. 14th annual report, 1879. Bost., 1880. 

8°. (2 cop.) [4] 

— Commissioners [on] Remodelling or RtthuVding Vie State House. RejKjrt. 

Bost., 18C7. 8°. 48 p. [3, Rev. H. F. Jenks, Boston.] 

— General Court. Acts and resolves, 1878-79: with the constitution, messages 

of the governor, e<c. Bost , 1879. 8°. [4] 

Acts and resolves, 1880. Boat., 1880. 8°. (5 cop.) [4] 

Documents printed by order of the House of Representatives, 1880. 

Bost., 1880. 8°. (5 cop.) [4] 
Documents printed by order of the Senate, 1880. Bost., 1880. 8°. (3 cop.) 


[Ele<!tion sermons, 1704, 06, 10, 11, 14, 16, 18-20, 22-24, 1880.] Bost., 1704- 

1880. l(»o and 8°. 

'I be nulhorsof the pennons nrc as follow*: Runnel, J.. 17*^4 : — Roarern, J.,170fi: — Pem- 
berton, E., l7lO;-ThiM;her, i'.. nil;-DHnrnrth, s., 1714;- WncUworth, 11.. I71fi; 
— CoIin»n, H.,1718; — IVilllMinii, W.. I7IH: —Stone, N., 17.'0;— Uancock, J.. 172-2; — 
Colinan, li., 1723;- Sewall, J.. 1724; — Waldron, D. W.. \»m>. 

General railroad laws. Bost., 1878. 8°. (2 t-op.) [1] 

Journal of the House of Repre.sentatives, 1879. Boat., 1879. 8°. (6 cop.) [4] 

Journal of the Senate, 1879. Boat., 1S79. S^. (6 cop.) [4] 

Manual for the use of the General Court. By S. N. Gifford and O. A. 

Marden. Bost., 1880. 16°. [4] 
Not wanted: elevated railways in Boston. Report of the committee on 

streetrrailways, 1879. Reported by G. C. Burpee. Bost., 1879. 8°. [:i] 
[Orders of the day of the House of Representatives, 1880. Bost., li?80.] 

8°. [4] 

[Orders of the day of the Senate, 1880. Bost., 1880.] 8°. [4] 

Papers relating to the state loan to the Boston, HartfonI and Erie Rail- 
road Company. Bost., ]8<)9. 8°. 49 p. [3, Rev. II. F. Jenks, Boston.] 
Report and act concerning the issuing of proces.sea by the General Court 

or either branch thereof. [By C. Hudson and others. Bost., 1837.] 8®. 

16 p. [3, Hon. Charles Hudson, L'^zinf/ton, 3fass.] 
Report and resolves in relation to the nortlieastern boundary. [By C. 

Hudson. Bost, 1838.] 8°. 76 p. Maps. [3, C. HuiUon.] 
Report of the committee on claims on the alterations and repairs upon the 

State House: with the testimony taken before said committee. Best., 

1869. 8°. [4] 
Report of the committee on public .service, with the evidence taken in the 

investigation. [Middlesex County investigation.] Reported by W. B. 

Wright. Bost., 1880. 8^ [4] 
Report of the cnramittee on railroads on matters relating to the Boston 

and Albany Railroad. Boat., 1876 8°. [4] 
Report of the committee on railroada on matters relating to the Eastern 

Railroad. Bost., 1876. 8°. [4] 
Report of the committee on railroads on the investigation of A. D. Criggs. 

Boat., 1878. 8"=>, [4] 

1880.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 71 

Massachusetts. General Court, continued. 

Keport of the lst-2*2cl hearing on the Hoo!%ac Tunnel conKolidation, before 

the committee on railways, 1873. Bost., 1873. 8°. [4] 
Report of the joint special committee on conti-act convict labor. Dost., 

1880. 8®. 2 cop. [4] 
Report on expediency of al)olishinfr capital punishment. [By C. Hadson. 

Bost., 1838.] 8°. 43 p. [3, C. Hudson,] 
Report on order relative to the public use of railroads. [By C. Hudson. 

Bost., 1837.] 80. 20 p. [3, C. Ilndmn.] 
Report relating to incompetency of witnesses on account of religious 

belief. [By C. Hudson. Bost., 1838.] 8°. 68 p. [3, C. Hudson.] 
Reports on the petition of T. Burgess and others, for a branch rail road in 

Seekonk, etc. [By C. Hudson. Bost., 1830.] 8^ 47 p. [3, C Hudson] 
Supplement to the general statutes. Vol. 2. [l873]-77. By W. A. Rich- 
ardson and 6. P. Sanger. Bost., 1878. 8^*. [1] 

— Governor. Address of J. D. Ixjng, Jan. 7, 1880. Bost., 1880. 8**. 40 p. [4] 

— Harbor and Land Commissioners. 1st annual report, 1879. Bost., 1880. 8^. 

(2 cop.) [4] 

— School /or Idiotic and Feeble-Minded Youth. 32d annual report, 1879. Bost., 

1880. 8®. (2 cop.) [4] 

— Secretary of State. Abstract of the certificates of corporations organized 

dunng the year 1879. Bost., 1880. 8^. (2 cop.) [4] 
Aggregates of polls, property, taxes, etc., as assessed Hay 1, 1879. Bost., 

1880. 8°. (2 cop.) [4] 
Public document'^; annual reports of public officers and institutions, 1878. 

Bost., 1879. 4 V. 9P. ((> cop.) [4] 
37th report relating to the registry and return of births, marriages and 

deaths, 1878. Boat.. 1879. 8^ (2 cop.) [4] 
^ Stale Almshouse at Tewksbunj. [2(ith] annual report, 1879. Bost., 1880. 8^. 

(2 cop.) [4] 
— State Board of Health. 11th report, for the six months ending June 30, 1879. 

Bost., 1879. 8«. (2 cop.) [4] 

Contains an index to the eleven reports. 

--State Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity. 1st annual report. [With] a 

compilation of the statutes under which the board performs its duties. 

Bost., 1880. 8^ [4] 
Wiib the creation of till* Board the State Itoards of Health and Charities were abolished. 

* — l&t annual reiK>rt, 1879. Supplement containing the report and papers on 
public health. Bost., 1880. 8°. (2 cop.) [4] 
^ State Constable. Annual report, 1808. Bost., 1869. 8<>. [3] 
-- State Lunatic Hospital at Danvers. 2d annual report, 1879. Bost., 1880. 8^. 

(2 cop.) [4] 
^ State Zjunatic Hospital at Kortfiampton. 24th annual report, 1879. Bost., 

18SO. so. (2 cop.) [4] 
'^fkatc Lvmtic Hospital at Taunton. 26th annual report, 1879. Bost., 1880. 8°. 

(2 cop.) [4] 
"* State Z^unatic Hospital at Worcester, 47th annual report, [and 2d report of 
tUe Temporary Asylum for the Chronic Insane], 1879. Bost., 1880. 8°. 
(2 cop.) [4] 

^^^"^^ 1«C report of the Temporary Asylum is bound with the 46th report of the State Luna- 

— Stale formal School at Salem, Proceedings at the quarter-centennial cele- 

\«ation. Salem, 1880. 8«. (JO p. [3] 

Sta/c -Primary and Reform Schools. Annual report of the trustees, with the 

annual reports of the resident officers, 1879. Bost., 1880. 8^ (2 cop.) [4] 
"State ^orj^house at Bridgewater, Annual report of the trustees, 1879. Bost., 

""' «^. (2 cop.) [4] 


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of oAcexs 

to Tol;^ AbstiMSce Society. A-iraji RpoctA. ISTa. BoBt., 

^^f MAcWma* J. P. 

LjsAa. H;*:..ry of Comw^A: . Vt. M> MWVaiy, l^JC 8». Por- 

f^^ L*^i*- I>'.jT*x of :bip devis-^cs OL-c«r;iri: I've' sta^jt^ ^f Maryland 
cc "-L^h -hie cv^e irf puUx- p^oeni Uw> ss cott>pasw>I. B^lt^ 18i». »°. 



Mayer, Lewis, continued. 

— Revised code of Maryland, 1878. See Maryland. 

Maynardy Sir John. Cases in the High Court of Chancery, [1660-88]. See 

Maynard, Jfasg. See Drake, S. A. History of Middlesex County. 

Medford, Ma»s. See Drake, 8. A. History of Middlesex County. 

Medical jurisprudence. See Massachusetts Medlco-Liegal Society; — 
Wharton, F., and Stills, M. 

Medical register. See Brown, F. H. 

Medicine. See Boston. City IJospital ; — Oregon State Medical Society; 
— Pillsbury,A. E. 

Bleehan, Thomas. Native flowers and ferns of the United States. Illus. 
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Melrose, Mass. See Drake, S. A. History of Middlesex County. 

MendoD, Mass. See Worcester County. 

Meriden, Conn. Acting School Visitors. Report, 1873-75, 77-79. "West Meri- 
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— Btxtrd of Education. Annual report, 1876. Hartford, 1876. 8<*. [3] 

Merrill, Moo<1y. Elevated railways. Opening argument for the rexnon- 
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Metal worker, The. Vol. 11-12. 1879. N.Y., 1879. 2 v. f®. [3] 

Metcalf, Tberon. Reports of cases in the Supreme Judicial Court of Massa- 
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Metternich-Winneburg*Ochsenhausen, Clemens Wenzel Kepomuk Lo- 
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Mexico. Arancel de aduanas maritimas y Yronterizas, y coleccion de todas 
las dlsposiciones concernientes i, las aduanas de altura y de cabotaje. 
Mexico, 1850. 8*». 
^ Coleccion de los decretos y ordenes de las cortes de Espaila, que se reputan 
vigentes en la republica de los Estados-Unidos Mexicanos, [Enero, 1811- 
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^I>ecretos del rey Don Fernando vii., expedidos desde hu restitucion al trono 
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^as las resoluciones generales que se snponen vigentes en la Republica 
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- Coleccion de ordenes y decretos de la soberana junta provisional guber> 
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J«2l^Dic., 1828], 2a ed., aumentada. Mexico, M. Galvan, 1829. 4 v. 8®. 
^f^^]^^ Coleccion de las leyes y decretos expedidos por el congreso general, 
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Ptorio de legislacion, 6 indice alfabdtico y cronol(5gico de las materias 
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_ 'ilaciou de leyes, decretos, bandos, etc., de los supremos poderes. 
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r*-_fi **^ volume for December, 1860, hns two appendices containing Ahe laws enacted at Vera 
"^^^^^^ Mh May, 18S8-nth Dec. im. 

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3. 1 


Mexico, continued. 

— Recopilacion de leyes, decretos y providencias de los poderes ]egi»latiro y 

ejecntivo de la Union. Formada por M. Azpiroz, 1867-09. Mexico, 1870- 
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— Recopilacion de leyes, decretos y providencia.s de los poderes legislative y 

ejecutivo de la Union. Formada por la redaccion del '* Diario oficial." 
Tomo 4-8, 10-12, 14, 16-24. Enero, 1869-Junio, 1870. Mexico, 1871-70. 18 v. 
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— Coleccion de leyes, decretos, etc., del gobierno general con notas y concor- 

dancias. Tomo 1-4. ASo de 1876-77. [Edicion tie " El Foro."] Esta co- 
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— Constitucion federal de los Estados-Unidos Mexicanos, sancionada y jnra- 

da por el congreso general constituyente, 5 Febrero, 1857. Y colecfion de 
las constituciones de los estados que forman la confederaciou. Toluca, 
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General school laws of Michigan. Lansing, 1879. 8°. [2] 

Index to the general laws, 1872-79, and to sections and chapters of the 

compiled laws, amended or repealed. Lansing, 1879. 8°. [2] 

Joint documents, 1877, v. 3; 1878. Lansing, 1878-79. 4 v. 8°. [2] 

Journal of the House of Representatives, 1877-79. Lansing, 1877-79. 4 v. 

8°. [2] 

Journal of the Senate, 1877-79. Lan.^sing, 1877-79. 4 v. 8°. [2] 

Laws of the state relating to the support of poor persons. Lansing, 1878. 

8^ 76 p. [2] 

Local acts, regular session, 1879. Lansing, 1879. 8°. [2] 

An appfiidix cntalns certiflcd sUtemcnts of boards or supervisors relative to the erection 
of new tuwn>iiips. 

Public acts and joint and concurrent resolutions, regular sess., 1879. 

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— Secreta^-y of State. 1st annual report relating to farms and farm products, 

1878-9. Lansing, 1880. S^. [2] 

7th annual reiwrt relating to the registry and return of births, marriages 

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— State Agricultural Society. Sec State Board of Agriculture, 

— State Board of Agriculture, 18th annual report, 1879. Lansing, 1880. 8*^. 


Appended are Procecdinprft nnd reports of the Michlprnn State Aftrlcultnrnl Soclotv, Tran»- 
netiuns of the Mlehtffaii Wim» (Irowers and Slieep Breeders' AMoclntion, Heports fn-in coui ty 
CKrriculiurMl s.icietles. un.i RoRiHtrr ol incteoiologlcal observaiions taken at llie State Airrl- 
cultural Collejje, by R. C. Kedzlc. * 

— State Board of Health. 6th-7th annual report. Lansing, J878-80. 3 v. 8** 


— State Library. Catalogue of the Library, 1879-80. Lansing, 1879. 8**. [2] 

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2 V. 8°. [2] 

— Superintendent of Public Listrtwtion. 43d annual report, with accompanying 

documents, 1879. Lausing, 1880. 8®. [2] 

1880.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 8. 76 

Michigan, continued, 

— Hiiperintendent of VitcU Statistics, 8th annual report relating to the registry 

and return of births, marriages^ and deatlis for 1874. Lansing, 1880. 8°. 


— Supreme Covrt. ^licliigan reports. Cases decided in the Supreme Court, 

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Michigan Wool Groivers and Sheep Breeders' Association. See Michi- 
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Microphone. See Du Moncel, T. A. L., comte. 

Middle ages. iSee Church, R. W. 

Middlebury College, Middiebury, Vt. Catalogue of the officers and students, 
1823, 30. 32. 35, 37-38, 40/41, 42/3-54/5, 5(i/7-69/60, 61/2-64/5, G(i/7-6«/9, 
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The CAialoKUP for 1823 Imn tho title Cfltnlogue of the oflSccrs and atudents of JUlildlebury 
Coliege and Vennuiit Academj* of Medicine. 

— See Hulbert, C. B. 

Middlefield, Mass, See Connecticut Valley. 

Middlesex County, Mass. See Drake, S. A.; — Massachusetts. General 

Middlesex County manual. Lowell, 1878. 12?. [1] 

Middleton, Mass. Flint Public Librai-y. Catalogue. Salem, 1879. 8°. vil, 
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Middleto^nrn, Conn. Board of Education. llth-22d annual report, 1868-79. 
Middletown, Hartford, 1808-80. 8°. [3] 

Manual for the public schools of the city school district, 1877. Middle- 
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Might and right. See Green, F. H. 

Might of right. See Gladstone, W. E. 

Milford, Mass. See Worcester County. 

Military art. See Rocquancourt, J. T. ; — San Miguel, E. 

Military religious onlers of the middle ages. See Woodhouse, F. C. 

Militia. See Wlngate, O. W. 

Mill, John Stuart. The inexpediency of an irredeemable paper currency. 
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Keprlnted ftom the Fortnightly review. 

Millbury, Mass. See Worcester County. 
Miller, William E. Co<le of Iowa, 1880. See Iowa. 

Mills and Hicks *8 British and American register, with an almanack for the 
year 1774. Bost., [1774]. 24°. [1] 

8ee aUo Fleet's register. 

Milton, John. See Masson, D. ; — Pattlson, M. 

Milwaukee. Public Library. 2d annual rejjort of the board of trustees, 1879. 

Milwaukee, 1879. 8°. [3] 
Mind-troubles, ^ffee Granville, J. M. 
Miner, Henry B. Oration. See Canton, Mass. 
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Scotia ; — Skidmore, W. A. ; — United States. Cone/ress. 
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being the lOth-llth annual report. Minneapolis, St. Louis, 1879-80. 2 v. 

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Minnesota, continued. 

— Ler/islature. Executive documents, 1877-78. Minneapolis, 1878-79. 6 v. 8P. 


General laws, 2l8t session, 1879. Minneapolis, 1879. 8°. [2] 

^- - General statutes of Minnesota, with all general laws in force at the close 

of the session of 1878. Prepared by G. B. Young. St. Paul, 1879. 1. 8°. 

xvi, ia31, 18C p. (2 cop.) [2] 
Journal of the House of Representatives, 20th-21st session, [1878-79]. 

Saint Paul. 1878-79. 2 v. S<*. [2] 
Journal of the Senate, 20th-2lst session, [1878-79]. Saint Paul, 1878-79. 

2 V. 8<». [2] 
Journal of the Senate, [1878], sitting as a high court of impeachment for 

the trial of Hon. Sherman Page. Saint Paul, [187-]. 3 v. 8°. [2] 
Laws of Minnesota relating to public schools and state normal schools. 

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Special laws, 21st sess., 1879. Minneapolis, 1879. 8^. [2] 

See Shaw, J. C, and West, J. B. Analytical index to the laws, 184^75. 

— Public Examiner, 2d annual report, 1879. Saint Paul, 1880. 8°. [2] 

— Railroad Commissioner, Annual report, 1879. Saint Paul, 1880. 8°. [2] 

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Miranda, Francisco. See Antepara, J. M. 

Missionary herald. 1879. Vol. 76. Camb., 1879. 8®. [3] 

Mississippi. Governor. Biennial message of Gov. J. M. Stone, 1880. Jack- 
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— High Court of Errors and Appeals, and Supreme Court. See Morris, J. S. 

Mississippi state eases, 1818-72. 

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tions, 1878-79. Jackson, 1880. 8°. [2] 
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Shannon County and its copper deposits. By C. P. Williams, acting state 
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Report of the geological survey of Missouri, including fteld work of 1873- 

74. With illus. and an atlan. G. C. Broadhead, state geologist. Jefferson 
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1880.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 3. . 77 

MtsAonrl, contimied, 

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Tuckey, J. Joan of Arc. 

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1880.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 81 

New York, Citt/f continued. 

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Manual for the use of the Legislature, 1871-80. Albany, 1871-80. 10 ▼. 

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— Topographical Survey of the Adirondack Region. 7th annual report on the 

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— See Homes, H. A. ; —Junius, |)«ei/d. 

New York and New England Railroad Company. Position of the Com- 
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New York Chamber of Commerce. 22d annual report of the corporation, 
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New- York City-Hall recorder. See Rogers, D. 

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The nlmanec for 1880 lins the title *'l?ew York* evening express otatesnian's annual and 
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New York Historical Society. Collections, 1809-14, 21, 26. Vol. 1-4. N.Y., 

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4. Smith, \U History of New- York. [Vol. 2. 1732-62.] 



New York Historical Society, continued. 

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Normans in Europe. See Johnson, A. H. 

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Norris, William Henry, Brown, George William, and Brune, Frederick 
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Personal property. See Ames, J. H. 

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a list of officers and employ^ in the civil, military, and naval service, 

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1 1. CbHitjinooga, Stone'a Rlrer, and KnoxYlile, Tenn. 

IS. New York. New Jersey, ppiin^ylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Illinois, Missouri, Towa, 
Arkansas, Texas, ttah. and on the PHciric coa»t. 

19. Baltimore, Md.; Petersburg, Va.; New heme. N.C.; Florence, 9. C. (additional); 
Baton Roojce. La.: Fort Ht. Philip, La.; Jeffer-on City, Mo.; and rarlous p'ista In Minnesota 
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81. Memphis, Tenn., and Chalmette, La. 

23. Marietta and Atlanta, Ga.; Fort Donelson, Tenn.; Chattanooga, Mnrft>ecsboTo' and 
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Sff. FrederiiHisburg, Va.; MoMle. Ala.; and Fort Gibson. Indian Territory; and names 
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— View of East Boston. Drawn and published by O. H. Bailey & Co. Boat., 

1879. [1] 

Foxborougli, Mass. [View of] Foxborongh. Drawn and published by O. 
H. Bailey and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1879. [1] 

Franklin, Mass. View of Franklin. Drawn and published by O. H. Bailey 
and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1879. [1] 

Hampton, Va. Gray's new map of Hampton. 1878. [3] 

Lynn, Mass. [View of] the manufacturing center of Lynn. Drawn and pub- 
lished by O. H. Bailey and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1879. [1] 

Maynard, ^/ass. [View of] Maynard. Drawn and published by O. H. Bailey 
and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1879. [1] 

Mlllbury, Mass. [View of] Millbury. [Drawn and published by O. H. Bai- 
ley and J. C. Hazen] Bost., 1880. [1] 

New Mexico. Territory of New Mexico. Compiled from the official records 
of the General Land Office and other sources by C. Roeser. N.Y., 1879. 


New York and New^ Kngland R.R. Map of the Company's lines and 
New England connections. Bost., 1879. [3] 

North Attieborough, Mass. [View of] North Attleborough. Drawn and 
publislied by O. H. Bailey and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1878. [1] 

North Brookfield, Mass. [View of] North Brf)okfield. Drawn and published 
by O. H. Bailey and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1878. [1] 

Spencer, Mass. [View of] Spencer. Drawn and published by O. H. Bailey 
and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1877. [1] 

Stoneham, Mass. View of Stoncham. Drawn andjpublished by O. H. Bai- 
ley and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1878. [1] 


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JOHN G. HOPES Boston. 




JOSEPH H. ROOT, Montagus, 

Of tht Senate. 

EDWARD L THOMAS, Bbooklins, 
GHARLES F. SWIFT, Yabmouth, 
SAMUEL HOAR, Gonoobd, 
JOHN W. P. BUGK, Glabxsbubg, 

Of the Bouse. 


C. R. JA GKSO N . . 

Ltbraman ex officio. 
Acting Librabian. 



(ConttnontDeoltl) of illa00a(t)U0ett0. 


To Ike Honorable Legislature of Massachusetts, 

The librarian of the State Library, in accordance with 
sect 8 of chap. 5 of the General Statutes, submits the fol- 
lowing report for the year ending Sept. 80, 1881 : — 


Number of Volumes added to the Library from Oct, 1, 1880, to Sept. 80, 


By purchase 988 

domestic exchanges 484 

foieign exchanges 85 

donation 663 

officers of goyemment 148 



Bypoichase 281 

domestic exchanges 882 

foreign exchanges 17 

donation 1,919 

officers of goremment 103 


Maps 70 



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5 £.b 9-'§ 


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By the foregoing account, which embraces the library year 
from Oct. 1, 1880, to Sept. 30, 1881, inclusive, it will be seen 
that the receipts and expenditures may be aggregated as 
follows : — 


Drawn from appropriations for 1880 $435 25 

Drawn from appropriations for 1881 3,654 07 

t4,089 32 


Books, pamphlets, and maps $2,366 35 

Binding 461 62 

Periodicals 168 70 

Ezpressage 80 62 

Stationery 104 55 

Printing . 62 07 

Indexing resolves 440 00 

Incidentals 26 76 

Messenger service 303 65 

Electric lighthig and bell ' 75 00 

$4,089 82 

There remained in the treasury Sept. 30, 1881, an unex- 
pended balance of the several appropriations made on account 
of the library of $445.93. 

Growth op the Libeary. 

The following table of comparisons will show at a glance 
the annual additions that have been made to the library 
during the past ten years, and the general classification of 
sources from which they were received. 

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Change of Trustees. 

DuriDg the year an entire change has taken place in the 
Board of Trustees. Mr. E. P. Whipple declined a re-ap- 
pointment, he having been a member of the Board since 
Sept. 10, 1868. The Hon. George O. Shattuck and the Rev. 
J. M. Manning were re-appointed, but absence in Europe 
prevented their acceptance. They had been members of the 
Board since Nov. 22, 1865. To each of the retiring mem- 
bers the Commonwealth is indebted for valuable and unrec- 
ompensed service. 

John C. Ropes, Esq., succeeds Mr. Shattuck ; Arthur 
Lincoln, Esq., is the successor of Dr. Manning ; and Edward 
Everett Hale, D.D., succeeds Mr. Whipple. 

Session Laws and English Reports. 

The special appropriation has afforded the means for the 
addition of many scarce and valuable volumes which have 
been long needed to perfect our sets of laws and reports. 

Additions have been made during the year to the early 
session laws of Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, 
Georgia, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, New 
Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, 
South Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia. Especial attention 
has been paid to the search for these laws, for the reason 
that the State Library contains the only collection in this 
State, — by far the best collection in New England, and, 
with possibly one or two exceptions, the best in the country. 
The session laws of the Territory of New Mexico are among 
the rarest in the country. Chief Justice Prince having stated, 
in the preface to a recent compilation, that " there is prob- 
ably no civilized community in the world, governed by 
written statutes, where it was so impossible to obtain pos- 
session of a copy of the law." Eight years ago the Terri- 
torial Legislature memoralized Congress that they were unable 
to obtain a copy for use during its session ; and in 1880 
neither the Governor, Legislature, Chief Justice, United 
States Attorney, or any territorial oflBcial, except the Secre- 
tary, was in possession of the laws they were expected to 
adtninister. During the year the State Library has been 

1881.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 11 

fortuoate enough to secure all but three sessions of these 
scarce laws. 

Over fifty volumes of English law-reports, needed to com- 
plete our series, have been added to the shelves during the 
year. Through the effort of Mr. Charles C. Soule, during 
a visit to London the past summer, the volumes needed to 
complete our set of the House of Lords Repoits have been 
secured, but they did not reach the library in season to 
appear upon the catalogue of additions in this report. The 
House of Lords being the supreme court of appeal, the high- 
est judicial tribunal in the realm, it was thought important 
that it should be the first series completed. Time and gen- 
erous provision by the Legislature will be needed to make 
the sets of English reports in the library perfect. 

The Annual Appropriation. 

The annual appropriation for the purchase of books for 

^ke library, and for keeping them in proper repair, was fixed, 

^ 1857, — nearly a quarter of a century ago, — at $2,300. 

*he great increase of publications in all departments of lit- 

®^^tuje unquestionably demonstrates that an amount which 

^^y liave been considered sufficient for the current needs of 

the lilrary twenty-five years ago, is entirely too meagre and 

"^adequate for the same purpose to-day. An addition of 

vUOOO to the annual appropriation would meet pressing 

^f^^s, and enable the library to take advantage of opportu- 

mtx^s that may offer to supply deficiencies without the neces- 

^^^y of asking for special appropriations. 


Tlxe library has been enriched by the gift of a large num- 

*^^ of valuable pamphlets and volumes relating to genealogy, 

^^^^1 history, and other topics of interest. It is very desir- 

. \^ that the library should contain the contributions of the 

^^ti^^jjg of Massachusetts to the discussion of public affairs, 

^'^ th© local annals of their families and homes; and all con- 

^^Utions of this character are gladly received and carefully 

P^served. Among the additions by gift and exchange will 

found a large number of titles that have been contrib- 

^^d by historical societies and individuals from different 



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States, most of which are of permanent value. Individual 
acknowledgment has in all cases been made to the donors, 
and their names will appear upon the record of additions. 
" The Boston Daily Journal," " The Boston Daily and Sun- 
day Herald," " The Woburn Journal," and " The Charles- 
town News " have been regularly supplied to the library 
during the year by the publishers ; and the bound volumes 
will be added to our files. A valuable collection, extending 
through several years of " The Massachusetts Weekly Spy," 
has been given to the library by the Rev. Lucius R. ^aige, 
D.D., of Cambridge. The Hon. George F. Hoar has been 
of great assistance to the library in keeping it supplied with 
the publications of the general government, and favors simi- 
lar in character have been received from Hon. H. L. Dawes 
and Hon. Leopold Morse. 

The full catalogue of additions for the year is appended in 
a form that will be found of use as a catalogue, and at the 
same time show the sources from which the additions have 
been made. 

Respectfully submitted. 



Stats Librabt, Oct. 14, 1881. 







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-^te.^The figarM In braoketo at tbe end of the titles Indicate the lourcee from which the 
iHwka were received, thoa, [1], received by purchase; [2], by exchange; [8], by donation 
(aamet of Indiridnal donore being added) ; [4], fh>m officers of government. 

Abbott, AiiHtin. New caaes selected chiefly from decisions of the courts of 
the state of New York, [1879-80]. Vol. 8. N.Y., 1881. 8°. [1] 

Abbott, Benjamin Vaughan. The year book of jurisprudence for 1880. 
Boet., 1880. 8°. [1] 

A compend of the most recent statutoa, leading cases, and general information upon the 
progress of tbe Isv. 

Abbott, Josiah G. Argument on the petition of C. P. Talbot and others 
praying for the repeal of tbe act of 1860 for the removal of the dam across 
Concord Kiver, at Billerica, March 13, 1862. Host., 18G2. SP, 60 p. [3, 

^^^ Simon G. A record of births, marriages and deaths in Worcester, 
Abi^*' ^ct. 21, 1813- June 18, 1858. Montpelier, 1858. !&", 31 p. [1] 

^^^it, Mass. Celebration of the 150th anniversary of the incorporation 
^->4^Jngton, June 10, 1862; including the oration [by E. P. Dyer], poem 

V ^^ '^^ ^' ^*^^1' *^^- ^»*-» 1882. ^. [1] 

%0^'^^>36n's annual report of the receipts and expenditures, etc., March, 
^^^^— ^^^eb. 1868, 1858/9. Bost., 1846-59. 8«. [2] 

,. '^'VSi.^^Port for 1845/46 was the first printed; that for 18SA/A6 contains the taxable ralaa- 
\^ tiietown. 

^^■*» -^*<iM. 26th annual report of the school committee, 1861-62. Also, the 
^^**^*"^ of the town clerk, and selectmen's report for the year ending Feb. 

K«F»o^*^ Qf the superintendent of the poor farm of the town, April 7, 1858- 
N- V t*^^"*^ 1, 1869. n.p., 1859. Broadside. [3, O. E, Litil^field, Boston,] 
^ iifT^^^^^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^ personal estates in Acton, 1872, 75. Bost., Acton, 
^^--■J^fi. 8«. [3, TTm. D, TvtUe, Acton.] 

AdJ^T*^^^' '^•^' See Merrill, J. L. 

gr>J^* <3harles Francis. An address at Amherst, before the members of the 
^^*^^1 Union, 7 July, 1875. Camb., 1876. 8°. 30 p. [3, AuVior.] 
^ Tr»^^^'®** before the members of the schools, and the citizens of Quincy, 

jr^^^^ •«, 1866. Boat., 1866. 8°. 36 p. [3, Author.] 
*^ ^'^XTiggleforneutrallty in America: address before the New York His- 

^^C!t^^l Society, Dec. 13, 1870. N.Y., 1871. 8°. 62 p. [3, Author.] 
^i^^^^ Oharles Francis. Jr. The new departure in the common schools of 
^^^^^C2y, and other papers on educational topics. 6th ed., with additional 
^P^^. Bost., 1881. 8o. 74 p. [3, Author.] 


^3^^ pablic library and tbs public schools. — Fiction in public librarlps, and educational 
ttj-z^^^niei. — The new departure in the common schools of Quincy. — The development of 
*^ ■■Tsikerlntendency. 






Adams, Charles Francis, «7r., continued. 

— State scliool sapervision. Argument in favor of the " ten district ** bill, 

before the legislative committee on edacation, Mar. 2, 1881. Bost.» 1881. 
8°. 14 p. [3, Author.] 
Adams, Edwin 6. An historical discourse in commemoration of the 100th 
anniversary of the formation of the First Congregational Church in Tem- 
pleton. With a survey of the municipal affairs of the town. Bost., 1857. 

80. [2] 

Adams, Herbert Baxter. History of the Thomas Adams and Thomas Has- 
tings families of Amherst, Mass. Amherst, 1880. 16°. 66 p. [3, Author.] 

Adams, Pliinehas. See Dodge, A. P. 

Adams family. See Adams, H. B. 

Adams, Mass. Special Committee on Education, Report read at the annual 
town meeting, March 8, 1858. [North Adams, 1858.] 8°. 8 p. [3] 

Addeman, Joshua M. Reminiscences of two years with the colored troops. 
Providence, 1880. sm. 4^ 38 p. ^ Rhode Island Soldiers and Sailors 
Hist. See. Personal narratives, no. 5, 2d ser.) 

Adulteration of food. See United States. Congress. 

Advocate of peace. Sept. and Oct., 1851. London Peace Congress, [July, 
1851. Bost., 1851.] 8^ (Pm., v. 118.) [I] 

Africa. See Coppinger, W.; — Holnb, E.;— Johnston, (A.) K., Jr. ; — 
Pinto, A. de S. ; —Thomson, J. 

African colonization. See American Colonization Society ; — With- 
row, J. L. 

Agriculture. See Gaird, J. ; — Flint, C. L ; — Illinois ; — Indiana; — 
Iowa ; — Lawes, J. B. ; — Maine ; — Massachusetts ; — Michigan ; — 
Mongredien, A. ; — Nantucliet ; — Nebraslsa ; — Ohio ; — Ruggles, S. 
B. ; — Smith, F. W. ; — United States ; — Vermont ; — Wisconsin. 

Alabama. General Assembly. Acts, 4th annual session, 1822; 1833-[34]; 1880- 

81. Cahawba, Tuscaloosa, Montgomery, 1823-81. 3 v. 8°. [1,2] 

Journal of the House of Representatives, 1871/2, 73, 75/6-76/7, 78/9. 

Montgomery, 1872-79. 5 v. 8°« [2] 

The Journal for 1873 contains the Journal of the " Capitol '* Iloune of Rcpre»entatives, 1872. 

Journal of the Senate, 1871/2, 73, 74/5-76/7, 78/9. Montgomery, 1872-79. 

6 V. 8*'. [2] 

Tho Journal of 1873 contains the Journal of the ** Capitol " Senate, 1873. 

— Geological Survey, Report of progress, 1874-80. By E. A. Smith, State 

Geologist. Montgomery, 1875-81. 5 v. S^. [3, E. A. Smith.] 

— Superintendent of Education. Report, 1869, 79-80. L. F. Box, Superintend- 

ent. Montgomery, 1870-80. 8°. [2] 

— Sttpreme Court. Reports of cases, 1847-48. Vol. 12. J. J. Oriiiond, reporter. 

Tuscaloosa, 1848. 8°. [1] 

Same. Vol.62. 1878-79. By T. G. Jones. Montgomery, 1880. 8«. [2] 

Same. Vol. 63. 1879. By J. W. Shepherd. Montgomery, 1880. 8<». [2] 

Alaska. See United States. Department of the Interior ; — Revenue Marine 

Albany, N.Y. Board of Public Instruction. 14th annual report, 1880. Al- 
bany, 1880. 8°. [3] 
Albany (County) Penitentiary. 25th, 28th annual report, with accompany- 
ing documents, 1873, 76. Albany, 1873-76. S^. [3] 

— Statutes relating to the penitentiary, with forms of commitment, etc. Com- 

piled by N. C. Moak. Albany, 1872. 8°. 53 p. [3] 
Albany Institute. Manual of the Institute. New ed., 1878. [Albany, 1878.] 

16« 29 p. [3] 
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales. The New England tour of the Prince of 

Wales. 3d ed. [Anon.] Bast., 1860. 8°. 46 p. [3] 

1881.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 8. 17 

Albertis, L. M. d*. New Guinea: what I did and whlit I saw. 2d ed. Boat., 

1«81, 2 V. 8°. Portrait, map, and illua. [1] 
Albro, John Adams. See Cambridge, Mass. Flnt Church and Shepard 

Alcohol. See Edmunds, J. ; — Pitman, R. G. 
Alden, Joseph. First principles of political economy. Syracnsei [cop, 1879]. 

16«. [1] 
Aldrich, George. Walpole, [N. H.]. as it was and as it is, 1749-1879; with a 
history of one hundred and fifty families. Claremont, N.H., 1880. 8^. 
PortraiU. [1] 

I Aldrich, P. Emory. The legal and constitntional powers of civil govem- 

j ment in relation to education. Bnst., 1878. 8^. 23 p. [3] 

Addr«M bofore the Ua»sactauMtts Stnte Teachers' AMociatinn. Dec. 28, 18T7. 
\ Alexander, James. Terminal facilities. The adaptability of that Rection of 

the harbor of Boston 'Hitnate<l on the eastern foreshore of East Boston, 
called East Haven, tcr meet the requirements of ocean commerce. Bost., 
I 1880. f^ 25 p. [3, Author.] 

j — -The East Haven estate, East Boston. Bost , 1881. 4®. (4) p. [3, Author.] 

I — Plan of improvement of that section of the liarbor of Boston, called 

East Haven. Bost., 1881. Broadside. [:i. Author.] 

— and others. Terminal facilities. The harbor improvement proposed at East 

Boston. [Bost., 1881.] P. (2) p. [3, Author] 

Aleyn, John. Select cases [in the Court of King's Bench, 1646-49]. Lond., 

I 1681. f°. [1] 

I With MS. notes. 

Alien laws. See Virginia. General Assembly, 

Allan, William. History of the campaign of Gen. T. J. (Stonewall) Jackson 
I in the Shenandoah Valley ol Virginia, 1861-62. With maps. Phila., 1880. 

fP. [1] 

Allegheny City, Pa, 26th annual report of the board of controllers and 7th 
EDDual report of the superintendent of public schools, 1880. Pittsburgh, 
1880. 8^'. [3] 

Allen, Joseph. Half-century sermon. Order of exercises and commemora- 
tive discourse at the 50th anniversary of [his] settlement as pastor of the 
First Congregational Church and Society in Northborough, Mass. Camb., 
\ 1867. 8®. 38 p. [I] 

— Topographical and historical sketches of Northborough, with the early his- 

tory of Marlborough, Mass. Worcester, 1826. 8°. 66 p. [I] 
Allen, PauL A history of the American revolution. Bait., 1819. 2 v. 8^. 


Written for him by John Neal and Mr. Watklns. 

Allen, Stephen Merrill. The old and new Bepublican Parties: their origin, 
I suuilitude and progress. Bost., 1880. \2°, [1] 

I 8n alio Standish Monument Association. 

Allen, W. C. B., and Stinchcomb, W. A. Resources and wealth of Story 

Coanty, Iowa. Nevada, Iowa, 1880. 8°. 32 p. [3, Author.] 
AUibone, Samuel Austin. Prose quotations from Socrates to Macaulay. 

With indexes. Phila., 1879. 9P, 764 p. [I] 
Almanach de Gotha. Annuaire diplomatique et statistique, 1881. Gotha, 
i [1880]. 32«. Portraits. [1] 

Almanack for the year 1881. By J. Whitaker. Lond., [1880]. 16°. [1] 
Almanacs. See American ; — Ayer's ; — Boston ; — British ; — Ply moutli ; 

—Public ledger; — Tribune. 
Almshouses. See Massachusetts. State Almslisuse at Tcicl-sbunj ;— State 

Primary and Reform S^liools; — State Workhouse at BritJfjcicater, 
America. See Stevens, H. 

America, North* iSee Kidder, F.; — Woodbury, C. L. • 





America, South. ^S^ee Gallenga, A. ; — United States. Bureau of Naxjigor 

American almanac, 1881. Ed. by A. B. Spofiford. N.Y., 1881. 12*'. [1] 

American Antiquarian Society. Proceedings, semi-annnal meeting, Apr., 
1880; annaal meeting, Oct., 1880, [new series, v. 1, no. 1]. Worcester, 1880. 
8o. [3] 

American Association for the Advancement of Science. A brief ac- 
count of some of the scientiflo institutions of Boston and vicinity. Boat., 

1880. 8o. 27 p. [3] 

— Constitution, list of meetings, committees and members, 29th meeting, 1880. 

Salem, 1880. 8<>. [3] 

— Proceedings, 28th-29th meeting, Saratoga Springs, 1879-80. Salem, 1880-61. 

2 V. in 3. 8<». [1] 
American Association of Instructors of the Blind. Proceedings, 1st 

convention of American Instructors of the Blind, N.Y., 1853; 2d meeting 

of the American Association, etc, Batavia, 1874; 6th biennial conven 

tion, Louisville, 1880. Batavia, Louisville, 1876-80. 8^. [3, M. Anagnot, 

American Asylum at Hartford for the Education and Instruction of 

the Deaf and Dumb. 65th annual report. Hartford, 1881. 8^. [3] 
American Bankers' Association. Proceedings of the convention, 1875-80. 

N.Y., [1875]-80. 6 v. 8®. [3, Hamilton A. Hill, Boston, and others.] 
The '' Proceedings " for 1877 aud 1878 are of the 2d cdlUon. 

American Bar Association. Report of the 3d annual meeting, Saratoga 
Springs, Aug. 18-20, 1880. Phila., 1880. 8<'. [3] 

Contains amongst others, papers on the Sunday laws, by H. E. Toung, and on Extradition 
between the states, by H. D. Hyde. 

American biographical history of eminent and self-made men. With por- 
trait illns. Michigan volume. [Ed. by F. A. Barnard.] Cincin., 1878. 
2 V. 4°. [1] 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. 68th-7(yth 
annual report, 1878-80. Bost., 1878-80. 3 v. 8<*. [3] 

— Annual survey of the work of the Board. By N. G. Clark. [Bost., 1880.] 

8«>. lip. [3] 
American catalogue, under the direction of F. Leypoldt. Subject entries of 
books in print and for sale, July 1, 1876. Compiled by L. B. Jones. N.T., 

1881. 4^ [1] 

American College and Education Society. 5th-6th annual report, 1879- 

80. Bost., [1879-80]. 8«. [3] 
American college directory and universal catalogue. Vol. 8. 1881. St. 

Louis, [1881]. 8<». [3] 
American Colonization Society. 64th annual report, 1881. Wash., 1881. 

8P, [3] 
American Congn^^gatlonal Association. 26th-28th annual report, 1879-81. 

Bost., 1879-81. 8*'. [3] 
American Congregational Union. Manual, 1876-77, 79-80. N.Y., 1876-80. 

8«. [3] 
American Convention of Cattle Conimissioners. Proceedings and de- 
bates, 1868. Springfield, 1869. S^'. [3] 
American Institute of Instruction. Lectures read before the Institute 

1880. With the journal of proceedings. Bost., 1880. 12°. [3] 

Coti tents. 

1880. Proceedings. — Northrop, B. O. The Qulncy method.— Warren, H. P t»i« 
spiritual side of the hlKh-Hchool i|U«'Ktlon. — Metcalf, R. C. The public llbrarv an an'an^ii 
Isry to the public •chooU^Cushins. T. Private school*. - Shears, B. Kllly yeari of 
educailonal prof^reM. Philbrick, J. T>. Coeducation of the sexes. — KtlcknAv j m 
The laiiRURge element In education. '°^» ^. n. 

American Instructors of the Deaf and Dumb. Proceedings, 9th oouven- 
tion, Columbus, Aug. 17-22, 1878. Columbus, 1879. 8°. [3] 



American Iron and Steel Association. Statistics of the American and 
foreign iron trades in 1879. Annual report of the secretary, J. M. Swank. 
Phila.. 1880. 8«. [3] 
American journal of education. Ed. hy H. Barnard. International series, 
▼. 5, Sept. 15, 1880; v. 6, March 15, 1881. [Hartford, 1880-81.] 2 v. 8°. [3] 
American journal of insanity. Vol. 37. Utica, N.Y., 1880-81. 8°. [1] 
American journal of science. 3d series, v. 21. New Haven, 1881. 8^. [1] 
American law review. Vol. 14. Bost., 1880. 8®. [1] 
American Peace Society. Stipulated arbitration a substitute for war. 

[Bost., 185-.] ^. 16 p. (Pm., v. 118.) [1] 
American Pliarmaceutical Association. Proceedings, 28th annual meet- 
ing, 1880. Phila., 1881. 8<>. [3] 
AoAerican slavery English opinion of " Uncle Tom's Cabin." [Lend., 

1862.] 8*>. 8 p. (Pm., v. 118.) [1] . 

American Social Science Association. Journal of social science, contain- 
ing the transactions of the Association. No. 10, 12-13. 1879-81. Bost., 
1879-81. 8«. 3 V. [I, 3] 
^ii^eriean Statistical Association. Constitution and by-laws, with a list 

of officers, fellows and members. Bost., 1881. 8^. [3] 
American Temperance Society. Permanent temperance documents. Vol. 

1- [4th-9th report, 1831-38.] Bost., 1835-[;i6]. 8°. [1] 
^Qies, Ellis. History of the Redman Farm, so-called, and of the title thereto, 

in Canton, Mass. Bost., 1870. 9P. 32 p. Map. [3] 
^^•8, Nathaniel. [Biographical sketch. Canton. 1880.] 4® (2) p. [3] 
'oesbury, Masg, Annual statement of receipts and expenditures, with the 
Report of the school committee for the year ending March 1, 18(j3-March 
_ '' 1S6^, Amesbury, 1863-64. 8^ [2] 

^«^er«t, y.H. Congregational Meeting-Honse. See Davis, J. G. 

^ **^t College. Obituary record of graduates, 1875-80. [2d printed series, 

-^ l^-^*.] Amherst, 1875-80. 8<». [3] 

. ^ ^Itclicock, C. H. ; — Hitclicock, E. 

AlOV^\^^ Edmondo de. Holland and its people. Tr. from the Ital. by Caro- 

WocTilton. N.Y., 1881. 8°. Illus. [1] 

^ gpain. Tr. from the Ital. by W. W. Cady. N.Y., 1881. 12<». Illus. [1] 

^pcient and Honorable Artillery Company. 206th, 218th, 242d annual 

record, 1843/44, 55/56, 79/80. Bost.. 1880-81. 8« [3] 

Tbeaathon of the sermons are as follows: Putnam, O., 1844; — Alger, W. B., 18M; — 
Hale, £.£, 1880. 

Anderson, Alexander D. The Tehuantepec inter-ocean railroad. N.Y., 1880. 
8«. 90 p. Maps. [1] 

Anderson, William Wemyss. A description and history of Jamaica. Re- 
printed from the "Account of America" by J. Ogilby [with extracts 
from the " Description of Jamaica," by B. Blome]. Kingston, 1851. 8°. 
46 p. (Pm., V. 118.) [1] 

Anderson ville prison. See Voice from rebel prisons. 

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i : 

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Vi ill 

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BlgeloTVy Marshall Train. Punctuation, and other typographical matters, for 
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Blnmore, Henry. Index-digest of the Michigan reports. Contained in Har- 
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— Unbeaten tracks in Japan. Account of travels in the interior; including 

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Blagden, George Washington. Pastor's memorial. 25tli anniversary of the 

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BlaikJe, William Garden. The personal life of David Livingstone. Chiefly 

from his unpublished journals and correspondence. With portrait and 

noap. N.Y., 1881. 8^ [1] 


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llanchard, Bulus. The discovery and conquests of the Northwest, includ- 
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- [Report of the cutumittee appointed to recouimsnd a system tor tbe mora 

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Tlie»N«ltco|iipl,.^tP: the'irtlo41h mjorti (hr April. Sept. ■nrtOcl.lSTSj^.nd the eth far 


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arranged by irardfi aiirl preclacta. and numlrai of re){<«l«Ted 
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tbe city, 1880, Boat, 1881. 3 t. 8°. [3] 
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Id rules and orders, 18T0-T4. Bost., 1874. 8°. [3] 
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ndinents of the city chartt 

68, [1878]-80. Boat. 1878-80. 

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: regard to the course of studies pursued In tbe Bchools. 




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Britisli almanac [and] Companion, 1881. Lond., [1880]. \2^, [I] 

British Charitable Society. Constitution and by-laws, with a list of mem- 
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atittlitchei Bureau. Ziir Statistlk des Hetzogtbuma Braun- 
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1 Cnllen. A iliscourso on the life, character and writlnBS of 
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N.Y.. 1870. 8°. 60 p. [3] 




Bryant, William Cnllen, continued. 

— Poetical works. Household ed. N.Y.. 1880. 12®. [1] 

— and Gay, Sydney Howard. Popular history of the United States. VoL 4. 

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This Tolome completes the work. 

— See Bellows, H. W. 

Bnckham, Matthew Henry. What kind of an education shall we give to 
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Worcester, 1875. S^. 39 p. [3, Author.] 

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the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Sept. 20, 1805. Bost., 
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before the literary SDcioties of Williams College, Aug. 1, 1864. Bost., 

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— AblxHt l^wrencc. — Rulph Waldo E-nerson. — John Van Burvn. — John' Qn'cnleaf Wblt- 
tler. — WashhiKton Irvlnjr. — O. W. Hethunc. — E. P. Whipple. — (i. C. Hcblie.— Kufua 
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— Moses Grant. — (JoorKC N. Brl»{»:». — Theodore Pwrker.— Seal Dow. — Philip f«. White. — 
Charles Sumner.- Ojjdi-n HotTman. — E. L. .^now —Thnmss Francis Meagher. — Wendell 
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— Rev. Mr. Wad worth. —Rev. Dr. Durbln. — S. A. Doujilas. — William Gllmore .simms.— 
James Gordon Bennett. — Caleb Cushlng.- James Watson Webb. — Dr. Duffleld —J R. 
Lowall.-JohnMltchea ^^uuieiu. a. j». 

JC DOCUMENT — No. S. 87 

inewell, J. F-i — Wlnthrop, B. C. 
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Kldlon, G. T. 

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lie icenealoxr of tlie Barley oi Burleigb family of 
IHtfO. It°. Portraits. [IJ 
mlly. Bee Burleigh, C. 

Illation of the real and pereooal property, and recoid 
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ler free Librai-]/. 2d-Stb, Ttli aonual report. BdtUii^ 

Books added, June, ISTT-Feb., 1881. BnrllngtoD, 

xsollecUons and opinions of an old pioneer, N.Y., 

tratUeboTO, Vt. Early blstory, with blOKrapbicftl 
tns. E.I. by A. M. Hemenway. Bratlleboro, li«0. 8°. 

ott 10 tbe tniitecflof the " James Lick Trust " of obeer- 
t. Hamilton ultb reference to tbe location of Lick 
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irtbeud, C. 

rmiii [liedire the Historical Society of PenniiylrantaJ, 
s Waalilugton Mansion In PhiUaelpbU. Phila., 1879. 

iklln. [Keport OD tbej raising of money to be used in 

United States. Cvngrtu. 

Jew Vorlt, [laai:]. See New York. Legielatiire. 

he alleged electoral frauds in the Ule presidential eleo- 

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Felt, C. W. 

lie Insane, Provldenet, Jt I. Charterof the Hospital; 

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tees and super! oteuUent, IHm-GO, 77-Cl. Providence, 

meinorlam. [James Hervey Reed.] n.p., [ISBO]. 16°. 

tasoiis for repudiation; applicable ti 

iBBier, N.Y.,18<i'J. »'. [ij 

jude. M.Y., 1875. ly. Portrait. { 

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I No^I, Baron. Sw NIolioI, J. 




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Journal of the Senate, 23<1 session, 1880; 21th [and] extra session, 1881. 

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Cambridge, Mass. Annual repoi*t of the receipts aud expenditures of the 
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— City Council. Act of the Legislature establishing a fire department in 

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anniversary of Washington's taking command of the continental army, on 

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^ -Memorial to the men of Cambridge who fell in the first battle of the 

revolutionary war. Services of dedication, Nov. 3, 1870. [With the 

address of A. Mackenzie.] Camb., 1870. 8°. 40 p. [I] 
The soldiers* monument in Cambridge. Proceedings in relation to the 

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— Mayor, Address upon the first organization of the city government, May 

4, 1846. Camb., 181G. 8°. 16 p. [2] 

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16°. 38 p. [3] 

— Water Works. 10th-13th annual report of the water board, with the reports 

of the registrar and superintendent, etc., 1874-77. Camb., 1875-78. 8**. [3] 
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of the water-supply of Cambridge. Bost., 1878. 8°. 55 p. [3] 
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Camb., 1877] 8°. 11 p. [:i] 
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— First Church and Shepard Society. Commemoration of the 25th aimi- 

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Chapel, Nov. 16, 1869, and sermon preached by Rev. M. Eastburn. fiost 
1870. 8°. 44 p. [2] *' 

.10 DOCUMENT — No. 3. 89 

S49, ST, S9-«0, G3-4, 81. Camb., Cambridgeport, Boat., 

1 8°. [1, and 3, Juguttui Una, DoMon.] 

IMO. ST [nn. «>; buJ. D, U-iklKln. IHM; li,v ThnntoB. Wit* A 
aer. IMI-4; liy W, A.Gteciieu^lt A Ca„ ISW.Ino. M). 

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nate, Sd aesslon, ICh Parliament, 1880-1. Vol. IS. 


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o; — Hurlbert, J. B. ; — Llllie, A.; — Miles, H , Jr. ; 
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CaanI CommisMloneTi, 

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lai services ot Commemoration Day, Maj K, 1860. 
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e Brown, T. 

ta, B, F. ; — Palfrey, .1. G. 

ilscences ot Dr. Spurzbeim and GeorRe Comlje: and 
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Carlisle, Mass. First Parish. See Twiss, J. J. 

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to investigate the sale of arms by tlie Wni* Depaitiiient, and replying to 

Sumner's attack on Pres. Grant, in the Senate of the United States, June 

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Central American treaty. See Everett, E. 

Central Parl£, N, Y. See New York, City. Board of Commissioners of the 
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'UBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 41 

^Mtmnn. Mnmolr ot John Albion Amirew. Iteprlnled 
ecilliigs or Ihe Mns'^atbuaetts HialoTical Society, April, 1»80. 
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tvro liltlierto unpiibllsbed discourses, and the valedictory 
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;e G. Early recollections of Newport, R.I., 1793-1811. New- 
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Mu Ellery. See Peabody, E. P. 

trick W. Tlio Trowbriilgo titmily, or the descendants of 
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inference of Churltles; — Gre&t Briton. Ckarlii/ Cotn- 
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'aw. List ot persona taxed for ciry and county for 181T. 
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ilunlcipal reRisler. CLarleatowu, Itufi. B". [2] 
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lers ot the t-ity council, and a list ot tbe officers ot the city 
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ss, Out. T, 18IT, at tho Inyiiig ot the corner-stone ot a bnlld- 
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Jres.'i, April SO, ISIT. upon the ttrst organization ot the city 
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re. Majority and minority reports. May 21, 1848, upon the 

. Eager and others fur a separation of the sexes in the Bar- 
Host., IMS. V. ati p. [2J 


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on, W. I. 

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ai M. P. Ileports of cases In the Superior Courts of the 

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Uiveti, W., ami Collius, J. 
Orftunization and Hervice ot Battery F., First Rhode Island 

7,10 Jan. 1, IWU. Providence, 1880. am. 4°. 48 p. (Rhode 

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, See Hitssam, J. T. 




Chelmsford, Mass, Expenses of the town for the year ending March 1, Idftl- 

March 1» 1861. [Lowell, 1B11-<)1.] Broadsides. [3] 
Chelsea, Mobs. By-laws of the town, 1842, 53. Chelsea, 1853. 8®. [3] 

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reports of departments, etc. Chelsea, 1858. 8°. [2] 

— Schedule of the town accounts, 1847, 48; Annual report of the receipts and 

expenditures for the year ending Feb. 15, 1849-51, 63, 55, 57. Bost., 1848-67. 
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— City Council. Roll of honor. A list of the soldiers and sailors who served 

on the quota of Chelsea in the civil war, 1861-65. Chelsea, 1880. 8®. [3J 

Chelsea and Revere directory, 1880. No. 17. Compiled by J. Sale. Chelsea, 
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Cheshire, Enff. See Record Society. 

Cheshire Railroad Company. 2d annual report of the directors. Keene, 
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Chester, Joseph Lemuel. The family of Dummer. [From the N. E. his- 
torical and genealogical register for July and Oct., 1881.] Communicated 
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Haven, Conn] 

Chester, Pa. See Armstrong, E. 

Chicago, m. Board of Education, 15th-16th, 26th annual report, 1869-70, 80. 
Chicago, 1869-81. 3 v. 8®. [2] 

Historical sketches of the public school system of Chicago to the close of 

the school year 1878-79. By S. Johnston. Chicago, 1880. S°. 79 p. [3] 
Prepared as a supplement to the '25th annual report of the Board of Education. 

— Common Council. Charter and ordinances of the city, to Sept. 15, 1856, ^with 

acts of the General Assembly relating to the city, etc. Compiled by O. 
W. and J. A. Thompson. Chicago, 1856. 8°. [2] 

— Department of Finance. 20th annual statement of the finances, 1876. 

Chicago, 1877. 8°. [2] 

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78. 2 V. S<*. [2] 

— General Superintendent of Police. Report, 1876. Chicago, 1877. 8°. [2] 

— Public Library, 8th-9th annual report of the board of directors, 1880-81. 

Chicago, 1880-81. 8°. [3] 

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8o. [2] 

— See Wright, J. S. 

Chicago Historical Society. A brief history of the Society, with the con- 
stitution, by-laws, and list of offtcers and members. Chicago, 1881. 
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Chiclcering, Hannah B. See Dexter, S. E. 

Chicopee directory. See Springfield directory. 

Chicopee Falls directory. See Springfield directory. 

Child, Linus Mason. " Shall the metropolis of New England hare an ele- 
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railways on the petition of C. E. Powers and others, for an act of incorpo- 
ration for an elevated railway in Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, and. 
Chelsea. Bost., 1879. 8°. 30 p. [3] 

Children. See Leonard, Mrs, C. T.;— Massachusetts. Deputy StcUe 

China. See Martin, W. A. P.;— Our commercial and "political relations 
etc. ; — United States. Bureau of Education, 

Chinese immigration. See Seward, G. F. 

Choate, Charles F. The concluding argument in behalf of the Northern 
K. U. Railroad against the consolidation of the Fitchburg and LK>well 
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utioD of 3. D. Bnulford ami otbers, to set off wanls 

it, of Ihu city of Koxbury, as a separate B«rii:ultuTBl 

le tilt) Joint legislative comiuittee on towns, BostuD, 

,1851. »-. 42 p. [3] 

Bctory of tlie city of Seattle anil King CouDt7; litatory, 

kiid ill) I 111 Kraut 'a Rulile to Wanliiugion Territory and 

I, Pa.,lHTH. 13°. UluB. [I] 

Slice. Superintendent 0/ lUaith. 

uld, S. It. 

t Norton, C. E. 

e Brown, T. E,; — HUl, H. A. 

Kiiutaibia. Slat MiDual report, 1880. [With] » fa«nd- 

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id Transportation. 12tli annual and 13tU atatlitlcal 

(. £e« Gardner, A. B.; — Hastachiuett* Society of 

< Coul&ngee, P. de; — Illinois. Otntral Attembly; — 

itoti, D. B. ; — Foster, W. E. ; — Howland, G. G. ; — 
le Trade Alliance ; — United States. Coiif/rru, 
I Asaovlallon. By-laws. [N.Y.,ltMJl.] 16°. (4)p. [3] 
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-3, N.Y., 18S1. 16", [J] 

chell, A.; 

A. Lawrence and R. G. Shaw on the present condition 
it BciituD. Host., 183J. 9". 10 p. [a] 
riiBcoHimonweiiltli reconstructed. N.y.,1878. 8°. [1] 

Who was tlie first minister of MendonV n.p., [1881]. 


ir. Au hlatorical sketch of Stutbddge, MasB, Brook- 
■■■ [>] 

lie si'liiler's ofTerini;. [Reiafniseences of the 34tli to0- 
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in. On giving names to towns and streetB. Boat., 1880. 

il. Intellectual, moral, and spiritual. 4th ed. Bast., 

Centennial (liscourfie, Sept. 9, 1860, before the First 

Fin Aliml, [.IMm.]. Boat.. 1S31. 8°. OS p [I] 

for Deaf-SIutes at Northampton. LJth annual 

iBinptOD, 1880. 8°. [3] 




Clay, Henry. See Winthrop, R. C. 

Clayton family. See Rylands, J. P. 

Clearing houses. See Bailey, D. P. 

Cleveland, James Butler. A (i^enealoglcal re^ster of the descendants of 

Moses Cleveland of Wobum, Mass., 16%, witb a sketch of the Clevelauds 

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iliillty. A rIniLi aerinon before tlie 
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m, at Asbbumliam, Vav. S, 1818. 

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,tlie pi'uceviling!* of tlio csnleniiliil 

{M8, (1) p. Futtraits, map and 

lial reports, 1880. Yankton, 1881. 

ra,8. M. 

iiialoftiic of ofUcen and student*, 

J7I-H0. so. [■,') 

e ■■•uFlninl lr»'lltutj<ilii." \tl?/f(l. N/BI. 

Ill iiiiticea of tho iiieiuUtra. Dost., 

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Shirley, J. M. 

The i>o\ver ot moTement in planti. 


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anniversary of the dedication of the Congregational Meeting-House. 

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Revised fVorn the New-England hinortcal and genealogical register, Jan., 1881. 

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Read before the American GcoKraphical Society, May 15, I860. 

— Notes of the anniversary sermon preached in the Church of St. John the 

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~ First Church and Parish. See Lamson, A. 

JC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 61 

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y the Demoeratic cniumlllee. prosldenlial rjinipaijiu ot 
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Address at tlie unvellinji ot the Htalue ot Alexander 

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8", 31 p. [3. AutlioT.'i 

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— Tlie ancient, tiinliaval nnd iiioilvni Ncllicrluiidew; Dutch am 

PouglikeeiKiie, [■■••p. 18511]- b°. |>p- l-M- [0 

— Banner prtsieululiou anil aililrcs^. Ikh Grtiud Army of tlie K 

— Description u[ lueduls presenleil by Oscar, King of Stveden ai 

to J. W. Do I'e^Bler. Witb tLe letter in relatiuu tliercto. n.p 
Gp. [Si 

— Pmetiinl strategy, as illn^traleil \<j tlio life nnil niblevenu 

AattrinDFiehlMHiBliiilTniuii. faiskiil, l»l;t. ii". li* p. {■■; ^ 

— Secession in iiwitzerlaiiil iinil in tliu Unilcil Stnlen (-<>in|mrv<l 

Runuut iui(lreB->, Oit. 10, INihl, lieluru llie Vviuuiil Sitate Jlistori 
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Detroit, il»h. Bonril of Eiliiralion. IRIb, 21st, C5lb. «Hb-ffii 
annual ie|)0[t. [UtOJ. Ki, til, 71-74, TO-fO. Delruii, lSijl-»l. b". 

Dentscher Verelu fUr iifftnlllehe Gesuudheitapaege. ] 
Aussclinsses iilKt tlie tfu Vvisaninilimg ilea " iJi'Uisi'lieu 
OiTenlllclie GesiindbiilsiiHep^ " in GEiiieinscliaTt mil ileui " 
Gesiimlbeitslecliuik " zu Uaiubnij;, 1^-15 i:e|il., 1K80. Brauuse 

Dewey, Bitliarit S. Provision lor in 

riminnls. Chicago, 187 

Dewhurst, Willii 

1S«1. 12°. [I] 
D« Witt, E. L. Reports, [IS7S- 

new series, v. 33. 
Dext«r, Sarah £. Recollertiona 

ll,--. 50 p. [1] 
Dic«, Fntiitis M. ICeporla, IStiO. 

Dickens J'jbn. Reports at cases in ihc High Court o/ Chancery, 
Bevise.1 by J. Wyalt. Louil., IKOa. 2 v. b=. [I] 

Dickinson, John 'Wood brittle. Two ineiuiiitn t.'SMiyn. Oml ti 
proper limitaand uietliiuls, by J. W. Ditkiiison. Tlie piniwr 
lite tree bigli schools, by U. U. Mor^ 

listory of Saint Augustine, t'lo 
«]. See Ohio. Siiprmte Com 
ol Ilimuali B. Chickering. C 
Si'prone Court oj 

DIetzscb, Eniil. ' 

V. Wp. [•'] 
DUIaye, Slepbi-n I 

.'ronuer's quest." Three annual reports. 01 

The money nnd the flii»nce*i of the Frencl 

ititaudummluls: u true biciorj-. luoludingi 
liitt's ■• rajHiT uiuuey iuliatiuu la Fraute." 

ENT — No. 3. 63 

ited rocks QOith of Boston. [Boat., 

i UiiOetl States Uircnil Courts tor 

Piiporl, Iowa. WW). B", [1] 

1 corpoi'uiious. .tj eU., eiilartced- 

Coonty;— Brockton (including 
g;«wftter); — Braokltno ; — Cam- 
; — Clinton; — Dmivera(/iiW"di'n7 
Alano heater, Kubc^i, Wen ham, 
County;- l-'all River; - Fitch- 
>ncliiilii'-i Bradford); — Holyoke 
^4lo Park IhidiKliii'i Deditnm nrrd 
ethuen m.d Nortli Andover); — 
lalne;-3riildeu {iarliidia;/ Slt,a- 
inchester, iV.//..— Marlboro; — 
Nantasket; — New Bedrord; — 
-New York, J>7a(e,- — Newbury- 

iiiid Watertown) ; — Northamp- 
'ii;i Weymoutli niiij Bralntree); 
jth Danvers); — SomerA'Ilie; — 
,ty, .V.r..-- Wakefield (indodin.j 
;— Waltliam liiidudiiiu Water. 

vjr of Pnblii: Schools. Sa, 6th-(1Ih 

i";iccin(eii(irir( o/ Colored Si^tioola nj 
i>I«.rl, 1sT:1-74 ■WaHli., 1875. 8", [2] 
■/ T-u-lm-f Payic S'lmli. 
eiiorls, 1877-79. 

iltf of Boston. [By a looker on. 

i. ■Witliilliis. Loini..1880. 8'. [1] 
[ free traile examined. From the 
of AVool Uauufacturera. Camb., 

i>f (lie TTon. Phtneliai Adams, of 

p. Portrait. [Ij 

;oni;n>);atloiia1 Cliurcli, Yaririouth, 

, aud Fell. 2, 1))7:<. Varmoutbport, 

Jlcmorinl of Allen W. Dmlge. By 
- Portraits [1] 
ClianceUDiTtvillu. Bost., 1881. S-. 

[lerancA. A papprrcnd hclore tlio 
hlft, Sept. 29,1800. N.Y., 1880. 16<>. 




De Peyster, Frctlcric, condmicd. 

— The moral and intellectual influence of libraries upon social progrca;?. 

Address before llio New York Historical iSocicty, on ils -Gist auuiveisary, 
Kov. 21, 1«(k>. N.Y., 180G. 8°. 90 p. [ .] 
De Peyster, Jolin Watts. Address, 28tli Nov., 1800, Madalin, townsliip of 
Red Hook, N.Y., on tbe inau;;uraiiou of a monument to her defenders who 
lost their lives in suppressing; tbe Klaveholdei's' rebellion. [With the an- 
nual reports of tbe *' Ulster Guard," 1802-05.] N.Y., 1807. 8^ [i, AutJior.] 

— The ancient, niedia'val and uioderu Netherlauders; Dutch and ileniiugs. 

Pouglikeei>sie, [mp. 185'.)]. b°. pp. 1-04. [i] 

— Banner presentation aud address, iyce Graud Army of the Republic. 

— Description of medals presented by Oscar, King of Sweden and Norway, 

to J. W. Do Peyster. With the letter in relation thereto, n.p., [185-]. 8°. 
6 p. [3] 

— Practical strategy, as illustrated by tbe life and achievements of the 

Austrian Fiehl Marebal Traun. Caiskill, 18*)^. 8^ 04 p. [s Aufhor.] 

— Secession in Switzerland amd in the United States conijiared: being the 

annual aildress, Oct. LO, 18()3, beftjre tbe Vermont State Historical Society, 
Montpelier. Catskill, 18(ia. 8°. 72 p. [:i] 

— State sovereignty, n <p., [180-]. 8°. 8 p. [•"] 

— Winter campaigns; the test of generalabip. [By Anchor, p«cuc?.] N.Y., 

1802. 12°. 24 p. l<] 

Derby, Conn, ^ce Orcutt, S., and Beardsley, A. 

Des Cars, AniC'dee J., vonit;. A treatise on pruning forest and ornamental 
trees. Tr. from tbe 7th French cd. With an introduction, by C. S. Sar- 
gent. Bost., 1881. 12®. xiv, t5, (1) p. lllus. (Mass. Soc. Prom. Agric. 
Publ.) [1] 

Detroit, 3Juh, Board of Education. IStb, 21st, 25th, 20tli-32d, 34th-38th 
annual report, [iJiOO], Oo, 07, 71-74, 70-80. Detroit, 1801-81. 8°. [a] 

Deutsclier Vereiii liir OlfentHche Gesuudheitspflege. Berirht des 
Ausschusscs iiber die 8e Veisanindung des ** Deutscbeu Vereins fur 
Olfenllicbe Gesundheitspflege " in Gemeinscbaft mit dem " Verein fiir 
Gesundheitstechnik " zu Hamburg, 13-15 Sept., 1880. Braunschweig, 1881. 
8°. [;i] 

Dewey, Richard S. Provision for insane criminals. Chicago, 1878. 8°. 2G p. 


Reprinted from the Chicajio journal of nervous nnd mental disease, Oct., 1878. 

Dewhurst, William W. The history of Saint Augustine, Florida. N.Y., 
1881. 12°. [1] 

De Witt, E. L. Reports, [1878-80], See Ohio. Supreme Court. Reports, 
new series, v. 35. 

Dexter, Sarah E. Recollections of Hannah B. Chickering. Camb., 18S1. 
lO®. 50 p. [1] 

Dice, Francis M. Reports, 1880. Sec Indiana. Supreme Court of Judicature, 
Reports, v. 71. 

Diclceus, John. Reports of cases in the High Court of Chancery, [1559-1792]. 
Revised by J. Wyatt. Lon<l., 1803. 2 v. 8°. [I] 

Dickinson, John Woodbridj;e. Two premium essays. Oral teaching: its 
proper limits and methods, l)y J. W. Dickinson. The proper functions of 
the free high schools, by H. H. Morgan. Bost., 1880. 10°. 40 p. [3, lion, 
John W. Dickinson t Boston.] 

Dietzsch, Emil. *' Crowuer's quest.** Three annual reports. Chicago, 1878. 
8<>. 04 p. [a] 

Dillaye, Stephen D. The money and the finances of the French revolution 
of 1789. Assignats aud mandats: a true history. Including an examina- 
tion of A. D. White's "Paper money intiiitiou in France." Pliila., 1877. 
8®. 68 p. [1] 

DOCUiMENT — No. 3. 68 

id iliplr a3S<K;in[c<] rocks north ol Boston. [Bost., 


1 ill llii 

! Unii« 

1 Sratcf. Cirev 

Mt Courts for 


I. Vav 


Iinvii, 18S0. S< 

■■ (1] 

of m 


I t.iri"" 

■ulioiiB. M e 

.1.. eiilar([ed. 

ng, K. J. 
bury, E. E. 

ro; — Bristol Countj;— Brockton (including 
il West Brltlgewiiter); — Brookline; — C«m- 
!<li,it! Itevcre]; - Clinton ; - Danvers Vncliidintj 
; Beverly, SlAn«tiester, Kssex, Weuhain, 
.//. ,- - K*seit County ; - Fall River; - ntch. 
Haverhill (■nchiiliu,, Bradford); - Holyoke 
r Pallif); - Hyde Park (ii«:l'uliiiu Dedliam und 
t (''iid'«f>'i'.'/ Metlmen imd North Aiidover); — 
;-£.yiin;-»»liie:-3raldeU (inrliidimi iUA- 
k-crptl);~Mani-liester, JV.//.; — Slurlboro; — 
Slllford; — Nantasket; — New Bedford; — 
York, tV<j(,- New York, «(a(e,— Newbury- 
»V WalthAm ni>(I Watertown); — North«mp> 
ulDcy iiiKlndiiift Weymoutb and Bralntree); 
{iRtiiiiUii'i South Danvers); — Soinerville; — 
Albany County, .V. r. ; — Wuketteld (IndmUaa 
iiid Saagus);— WuUtaanl (inclurliiif/ Water- 
■ \Vorcesf«r' County. 
iiiM ••/ r,-i(j.(wJ 0/ Public SchooU. M, 6th-fith 

; Sdviolt, uwi Siii'i^ni'teadunt of Colored Snhoolt nj 
cii. Annual n-n<>rf. 1S7:1-T4 Wiwli., I8T5. S". [a] 
ni.D.C. Boanli^T-ftrtf/ PMxtSrlmU. 
irthur, A. Ilei)orls, 1877-79. 

H in tlio vicinily of Boston. [By a looker on. 

rnsa Pafnjonlft, Witli illiis. Lon(1.,lS80, 8". [I] 

10 premises at free traile examlneJ. From the 

I Aatiociatluii of Wool Slauulacturera. Camb., 


lemolr of Dr. Doano. h.t.p. [181-.] 8°. 8 p. 

Sec Dodge,*!. A. 

li of the life i>f tlie Hon. Phlnelias Adams, of 
,1«W0. H". 21 p. Portrait. [IJ 
if the FIrit Conj;r<-(;)iti(>tial Cliurcli, Yarmouth, 
vei'e<l Jan. 31), and Feb. S. UTi. Varmoutliport, 

IIP ([iililnnfo. Jlcmnrial of Allen W. Dodge. By 
N.Y., ISMl. Vi". PcrlraiiH [1] 
campiilsu of Cliaiicelliiravillu. Boat., 1831. 8". 




Dorchester, Daniel. The problem of religious progress. N.Y., 1881. 16°. [1] 
Dorchester, Mass. [Cen.sus of peraons between the ages of 4 and 16 years, 

and list of births in the town, May, 1847-May, 1848. Dorchester, 1848.] 

Broadside. [2] 

— Taxable valuation of the polls and estates and amount of tax, 1850, 61. 

Bost , 1850-61. 8°. [2] 

— See Harris, B. W. 

— First Cliurch and Parish* Proceedings of the 250th anniversary of the 

gathering in England, departure for America, and final settlement in New 
England, March 28 and June 17, 1880. [Compiled by S. J. Barrows] 
Bost., 1880. 8''. [IJ 

— Second Church. Sermon and addresses commemorative of the 25th anni- 

versary of the ordination of llev. James H. Means as pastor of the Second 
Church, DorcheMter, July 13-14, 1873. Bost., 1873. 8^ 72 p. [2] 

Dorr, Benjamin. 6ee Wallace, J. W. 

Dorrien, S. von. Forests and forestry. Letter addressed to V. Colvin, on the 
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45, (1) p. Map. [3] 

Doster, William Emil. An oration before the assembly of the Harvard Law 
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Dougherty, John. State of the Union. Speech in the Assembly of Cali- 
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Douglas, Stephen Arnold. See Black, J. S. ; — Virginius, pseud, 

Douglas, Mass, Report of the selectmen of the town for the year ending 
March 3, 1848. [Worc^ester, 1848.] Broadside. [2] 

Dover, N.H. See Ham, J. R. 

— Methodist Episcopal Church. See Thurston, J. 

Dover {JV.H.) directory for 1859. [No. 6.] By J. S. Hayes. Dover, 1859. 
16*^. [3, Augustus RusSy Boston.] 

Dov?ling, Alfred S. Reports of cases in the King's Bench Practice Court; 
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Downer Landing directory. 6'ee Nantaslcet. 

Dralce, James Madison. Fast and loose in Dixie. Narrative of personal 
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Drake, Samuel Gardner. Address. See New England Historic, Genea- 
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Drawing. See Reiber, E. 

Dresser, H. E. Notes on the birds of Southern Texas, n.p., [1866]. 8^. 
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From the IbU for Oct., 1869, and Jan., 1866. 

Dring, Thomas. Recollections of the Jersey pri.son-ship; prepared for pub- 
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Drone, Eat^jn Sylvester. A treatise on the law of property in intellectual 
productions in Great Britain and the United States, embracing copyright 
and plavright. Bost.. 1H79. 8°. liv, 774 p. [1] 

Drury, Edwin. Line of descent from Hu^h Driiry, of Boston, 1640, to Edwin 
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— Line of descent from John Heald, in Concord, Mass., 1635, to Mary Eliza- 

beth Heald, who died Feb., 1871, at McHenry, 111. [Wilmette, III., 1880.] 

Broadside. [3, K. Hubbard.] 
Drury family. See Drury, E. 
Drury College, Sprinfifieldy Mo. l8t-8th annual catalogue, 1873/4-80/81. 

Spriiigtield, St. LouLs, 1874-81. 8°. [3] 
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tules of Tfew York, [t8'H<]. .Spf New York. 

iuBtfiiie Grant. Foreign pollc.v. I^ond., 1880. 8°. 

ir»l Federation. Prmjtit-ftl jHillticfi, no. 2.) 

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WiwU Bjiurpr. pronilntDtlr In llili niiiT.ll", 

addreu on the centennial of th« siege of YorhtowD, 

IB81]. B°. 7 p. [3, XTif/uir.] 

uder of tlie BriMnh forces to the AmeiHcans and 

n.p...l881. 8". II, (Dp. Plan. [3, ^utftnr.] 
Jtateineiit of Che receipts and expendlturea for the 
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:raphv of India. With hi.itorioat notes. lOtli ed. 
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pe, O. 
atiiin of the public acts passed prior to 1440. Ste 

of selected civil and criminal cases decided In the 
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Isb Monument. See Standlsh Monument As. 

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lui. Elements of permanency in our national Inati- 

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■monii: scripto-rational. Containlnn the substance 
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tansaa. Proteeilinga of the Leglalatiire aud of the 
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Economic tract:^. No. 1-3. Serius, ISSO-Sl. N.Y., 18.0-81. IG^ 

No. 1. Atkinson, E. Whnt is n b:ii<k ? 

List of books 

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Eddy, Charles. Geuealogy of tlie Edily family. Brooklyn, N.Y., 1881. 



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Edinburgh review. Vol. 15J-153. Amur. ed. N.Y., 1880-81. 2 v. 1. 8°. [1] 

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Edmunds, James. The medical use of alcohol; and stimulants for women. 
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itring ilie Aiftro-P 



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report, with appendices. Lond., 1880. B°. [1] 

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from Her Majesty's diplomatic and codhu- 
the condition of tlie Induatiial claMM in 
.8". [1] 

iTtmeni of (ft« Board of Trade. Copy ot 
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ixtoD, S. C. ; — Duff; M. B Q. 

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industry as represented In the exhibition 
13-4. N.Y., 1863. 13°. [3] 
detar.uinatlon oE longitudes on the east 
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H-liao. tf Ddcm Enaiinii. iTM-isia. 
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Her, Ft. Services at tlie dedication, Sept. 
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:\ag: showing the radical de&ciency of the 
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h of HopklntoD, [R.I], 1T0T-18TS. DellT- 
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Gulliver, John Putnam. Christianity atid science. Adilre 
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Hayes, John Lord, continued, 

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Hazard, Rowland. The Credit Mobilier of America. A paper read before 
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Henniker, N.H. See Cogswell, L. W. 

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Hill, Hamilton Andrews, continued. 

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— The movement of the farmers of the Western States against railway and 

other monopolies. Loud., 1874. 8^. 13 p. [3, Author ] 

A paper read at the Social Science Congre8», Norwich, Oct., 1873. 

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Prom Hunt's Merchant** magazine, April. 1868. 

— [Various reports and resolves of the committees on finance and taxation of 

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— and others. Argument's in favor of the freedom of immigration at tlie port 

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Hill, 6'ir Rowland and George Birkbeck. Life of Sir Ro'w land Hill and the 
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Hill, William F. Ancient deeds from the Indians to the town of Dedham, 
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Hilton family. See Hassam, J. T. 

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Hinsdale, Burke A. Our common schools: a fuller statement of the views 
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No more of tills volume was printed. 

Historical Society of New Mexico. Inaugural address of W. G. Ritcb 
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Hitchcock, Charles Henry. 1st annual report upon the geology and miner- 
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Hlx, Daniel. See Andrews, S. M. 
Hoar, George Frlsbie. The place of the college graduate in American life. 

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Hodgson, Joseph. The cradle of the Confederacy; or. The times of Troup, 

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Holland, Henry Ware. William Dawes, and his ride with Paul Revere An 
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Homicide. See Redfield, H. V. 

Hooker, Herman. An appeal to the Christian public, on the evil and im- 
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Hooker, John. Reports, [1879-80]. See Connecticut. Supreme Court of 
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Hooper, Arthur. History of Bridgewater [Mass.], in the rebellion, [1861-65. 
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Hopkiuton, R.I. See Griswold, S. S. 

Horticulture. See Iowa. State Horticultural .^o^i'efy ; — Massaclmsetts 
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Nebraska. State Horticultural Society ; — Worcester County Horticul- 
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Horton, George F. Horton genealogy; or. Chronicles of the descendants of 
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Horton, Samuel Dana. The monetary situation. An address delivered by 
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Horton genealogy. See Horton, G. F. 

Hospitals. See Massachusetts General Hospital ; — New England Hos- 
pital for Women and Children. 


i»h. The ell; of Staunton, YirgiDla, Hnd the snrronndlnf; 

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Benjamin. Report upon forestry. Set United State*. 

!i R. Connpectus of the hintorjr of political parties and 
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The Ccnnnt faniier: land lawH and landlords. Loud., 18T9. 
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Jr. Cases in the Court of Appeals W New York, [1817- 
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A century sermnn, delivered in Hopkinton, Has.1.. Dec. 
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Civil service reform. Chlc^p, 1881. 18°. ZG p. (Unity 

[3, Aut/ior.^ 

Brief of a title in the seveutten townHliips in tlie county 

I syllabus of the controversy between Connecticut and 

Read before the Historical Society of Fun nsy Ivan la, 

Harrlsbiirg, 1879. 8". Map, [.t] 

, compiler. Hlatorir/al and biographical notes of the family 
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>n. The national legal directory, embmcinK the namen of 
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Vf. Modern communism. Atlanta, fla., 1380. 6". Portrait. 

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Ibiidge. United States digest, 18T9. See United States 

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Buflby, Tenn. ; account of the settlement founded on the 
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Hurlbert, J. Beaufort. Fliyslcal atlas with coloured maps, Bhonlnn the 

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Krom the ForlnJiihtlr nvlfw for Ffb , IMS. 

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1881.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. S. 77 

IIUdoIs, coTitinmd. 

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-- Oenerai AMtmbly. A coiupllatlon of the lawa of Illinoin relating to town- 

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Journal of tbe Senate, Sth General Assembly, Ist session, 1826-[2T]i 9th 

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lUuBloDS. .See Sully, J. 

lUustraUd wood worker. Vnl. 1. 18T9. n.p., [IR79]. I. 8°. [1] 
Immlgradan. See Hill, H. A. ; — New Mexico. Bureau of Immigration ; — 

Nevv York, Stale. Committionert of Emigration ; — New York Chamber 

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Indlft, liee Duncan, Q, 
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IndtfMlt^ contttuied. 

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Premium llxt of ths 2-.>th Indiana state fair, 1881. Indianapolis, [1881]. 

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Indians of North America. See Jackson, Mri. H. (H.); — Morris, A.; — 

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— See Brown, D. P. 

Inglis, James. Our Australian conains. [ByMaori.pieiid.] Lond., 1880. 8". 

Insanity and Insane hospitals. See American jonmal of insanity; — 
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Illinois. Eaetern Hoapital for (fta Jiuone; — Ireland. Lunacy Office; — 
Kirkbrlde, T. 8.; — Massachusetts. Stale Lunatic Hotpital at Danvtrt, 
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Insects. See Dupoat, B. ; — Hiasourl, State EniotnologUt. 

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International Free Trade Alliance. Our revenue system and the civil 
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ContMin« also the report of the 6th annual convention of the Iowa Fine Stock Breeders* 
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— State Horticuliural Society. Transactions, 1879, being the proceedings of the 

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Movimento del depositi a risparmio presso le casse di risparmio e presso 

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Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. Is1r-2d, 5th annual report, 

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Johnston, (Alexander) Keith, Jr. Africa. With ethnological appendix by 

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— Anniversary address before the Georgia Historical Society, 14th Feb., 1881. 

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Jones, Leonard Augustus. A treatise on the law of mortgages of personal 
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Jones, Samuel, and Spencer, James C. Reports of cases in the Superior 
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Jones, Thomas. See Johnston, H. P. 

Jones, Thomas G. Reports, 1878-79. See Alabama. Supreme Court. Re- 
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Poetiual worliB. Hoiiseliolil ed. Bun., 1881 [1880]. 

it's pamphlet on npecie refierres. Boit , 1800. 8°. 23 

Ipeiico. The Fapnl Church peTsecuCea to death, nc. 
ml by pulillshed wmettiatis ol m Komsn Uathcillu pritmt. 
8=. tip. (Pw., V. 118.) [1) 
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D tor jmr endlnK Mnroli 1, IS-lfi;, l:lth-1llh, 
on of racelpU and expenilltur«i, Feb. IK^-Dec. IMl, 

I, im-6i. »'. [-J] 

juumentB. Lowell, 1838-(i0.] 8°. [3J 

hr th* mfrttt at city «aetn ft>r IBM. Lrnrrii. iMg. — dim,, relai- 
. Am-. S. IM1. LuvtR, Ml. - Ko^rt ur ilM ]iilnt «i>«cIhI cgminiitn 
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]. B; AdamH, Sampson, & Co. Lowell, 18fll. 8°. {:), 

30-31. Bj Sampaon, Davenport & Co. Lowell, ISTft- 
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era of llie old EngUali colonjea In America With 
tea. Lond., IHSO. K". [l] 

pnlar handbook ol parliametiiarr procedure. Lond., 


The literature of Aoierican local history; a tilblio- 
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Lynn, Matt. Mayor. Iaa.\iganl address, 18B0; IiuiiKiinil adilrew, IHBI-M, 
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— Publir. Library. IBth annual report, ISBO. Lynn, 1S8I. H°. [3] 

— Ike Hopttiaa, G. M.;- Johnson, D. N.;~Newhall, J. S. 

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HcGlure, Alexander K^ editor <?) The annals of the war, written by lead- 
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McCord, Thomas. The civil code of Luwer Canada, [1880]. Set Quebec. 

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McDonald, Frank Vligil. Conlribntions to the early history of Bryan Mc- 
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— GenealoKy of the MacDonald family. Edition B. Comprising all names 

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— Inquiries relating to the auce.itors and descendauts of Joh Whipple, of 

Cumberland, R I., and Qreenwlch, N.Y. Caub., IHSl. 1. 8°. 46 p. Por- 
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— Supplement no, 1 to eilltion B of the MacDonald genealogy. Containing 

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McDonald, Joseph B. Speech io the Senate of the United SUtes, March 9- 

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Maekintosh, James. Speech in the House of Representativa*! [of Mama- 
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McMahon, Martin T. Oen. John Sedgwick. An address before the Ver- 
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Augusta, 1868. 8°. [3J 

— Legislature. Acts and resolves, 60th Legislature, 1881. Augusta, 1881. 8®. 

D(>cument8 printed by order of the Legislature, 1880. Augusta, 1880. 8^. 

Journal of the Houne of Representatives, 1857, 65-67, 75V-80, 36th, 44th- 

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Public do<rnment8, 1880. Augusta, 18«0. 3 v. 8®. [2] 

Register of the House of Representatives, 1881, containing the names of 

the executive department. Senate, and committees of both houses. 

AugiiHta, 1881. 8^ 24 p. [2] 
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late Treasurer of Maine. Augusta, I860. 8®. 6(i, (2) p. [3] 

— Secretary of State. Census of the several cities, towns and plantations, in 

Maine. Augusta, 1881. 8^ 10, (1) p. [2] 

Register of the ezeeutive department of the State of Maine, with rules 

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— State Superintendent of Common Schools. 27th annual report, 1880. Augusta, 

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— See Clabb, H. S. ; — Dyer, I. W. ; — Owen, H. ; — Webb, E. F. 
Maine bosiness directory, 1873. Boat., 1873. S^. [1] 

Maiden. Greenough's directory of Maiden, Medford, Melrose and Everett, 

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Malherbe, Fran9oiB. Souscription pour une m^aille en I'honneur de Mal- 

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Malleiy, Garrick. Introduction to the study of sign language among the 

North American Indians. See Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of 



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Halt«t«rB' National AiioclaUon ot the llnit«id States. CoDstltutlon and 
b;-UwH, witb the proueediug;a ol the metitliig, N.Y., Sept. 1, IWS. N.T., 
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Manchester (Mam.) directory. Stt Danvera. 

MancfaeaWr, N.H. Bnard of Water Commit*ionert. 1st annaal report, witti 
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— Superintendent of Public Inttruction and Jichoot Committee. Report ot Baper- 
Inteoding w.hool committee, ItUMS-6; 10th-13tb annual report, being the 
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K hlatorr at tba 

Manchester, (S'.H.) directory, aod an almanac for I8B8. Number 6. Com- 
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Manchester, Yt. See Muuson, L. 

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Manning, Jacob Merrill. ChrlHtlan miislons and the social Ideal. Sermon 
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Marble, Albert P. Development ot character. Two classes. Ranking and 
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Marblehead, Man. See Hopkins, G. M. ; ~ Roads, 8., Jr. 

Marblehead directory. See Danvers. 

Marden, Qeorge Augustus, editor. Government of the common wealth ot 
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•. Th» ttmn of BudiB-Ksw —Tilt meirml of miinT Able* 
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— Departmtnl of Public /lutrutlion. ^d anaaal report ot the State Superin- 
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Stt alia Blali Board qf Biiicalm. 

Report ot the principal of the State Normal School, Khevving the condition 

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— Otneral Aturmbly. The laws ot Harylanil. with the charter, the bill ot 

rights, r(c. Revised by V. Maicy. Vol. 3-3. Bait., 1811. iv.S'. [1] 

Laws, Dec., IHZl. Atmapolla, 1821 [1822). 8". [1] 

The public school law ot Maryland, 1ST2, as amended 1ST4. Bait.. 1BT4. 

8». 29 p. [2] 

— PtnUentioTtf. AddimI report of the president and dlrectoia, 1880. Bait., 

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— Stati Board of Education. By-laws, rales and regulations. Bait., 18T4. V. 

18 p. [21 

Report ahewing the condition of the pnblic schools ot Maryland, 18T4-TB, 

T8. Aunapolia, 1871^-79. 3 r. 8°. [2] 

Sh atie Dtparimml ^ PiMU InUractGn. ' 
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MtuoD, Theodoras B. M. Biperimeut* on repeating rifles by a board of 

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— OoeaBtonal papers. [Two leaaona from the futote, and The 100 ton gan. 

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— The preservation of lite at nea. A paper read before the American Qeo- 

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ot the Commonwealth and the city council and Inhabitants ot Boston. 
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Massachusetts. Adjutant- General. Report, 1880. Bost., 1881. 8^ [4] 

— Atlomei/'Oeneral. Annaal report, 1880. Boat., 1881. 8®. [4] 

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— Board of Agriculture. 28th annual report of the Secretary, with the retums 

of the finances of the agricultural societies, 1880. Bost., 1881. 8^. [4] 
1st state exhibition, 1857. Bost., 1867. 8^. [4] 

— Board of Commissioners of Savings Banks, Annual report, including ab- 

stracts of reports from the savings institutions in Massachusetts, 1880. 
Bost., 1881. 8°. [4] 

— Board of Education. 44th annual report of the Board : with the 44th annaal 

report of the Secretary, 187i>-80. Bost., 1881. K^. [4] 
International Exhibition. Cin'ularA insued by the Ma.ssachusetts Coni- 

iiiission, Department of Education and Science, 1876. Bost., [1875]. 8^. [4] 
Rep<irt of examinations of schools in Norfolk County, Mass. By Q. A. 

Walton. Bost., 1880. S"*. [4] 
Same. [2d ed. With the Key.] Bost., 1880. 8®. [4] 

— Board of Railroad Commissioner a, 12th annual report, 1881, [with railroad 

reports, 1880]. Bost., 1881. S''. [4] 

— Bureau of Statistica of Labor. 12th annual report, 1881. Bost., 1881. 8®. [4] 
History of the Bureau and of labor legislation in [Massachusetts], 1833- 

70 By C. F. Pidgin. Boat., 1876. 9P. [4] 

— Commissioners for the Erection of the New State Prison. Final report, 1878. 

Boat., 1879. SP, 24 p. [4] 

— Commiasioners on Inland Fisheries. 15th annual report, 1880. Bost., 1881. 

8^ [4] 

— Commissioners of Prisons. 10th annual report. Bost., 1881. 8^. [4] 

Including 1. Reports relative to fails and bouses of correcUon. S, Annaal report of the 
State Prison. 1, Annual report of the lieformatory Prison for Women. 

— Commiasioners on the Revision of the Statutes. Report of the conimlssioners, 

1881. Bost., 1881. 4 pt. ]. 8''. [4] 
Same. Supplement. Legislation of 1881. Bost., [1881]. I. ^. 56 p. [4] 

— Constitution. Constitution or form of government for the Commonwealth 

of Maasachuaetts. n.p., n.d. 18^. 57 p. [4] 

See Bullock, A. H.; — Hale, E. E.; — New England Historic Gtoi&e»- 

logieal Society. 

— Council. Proceedings relative to the deposition of Andrew Oliver, concern- 

ing what paHse<l in Council in consequence of the affair of the 5th of 
March, 1770. Boat., 1770. f®. 33 p. 

— Deputy State Constable. Report of H. K. Oliver, apecially appointed to 

enforce the lawa regulating the employment of children in manufacturing 
and mechanical eatablishmenta. Boat., 1868. 8^. 95 p. [4] 

— General Court. An act further regulating the atorage, safe keeping, and 

transportation of gunpowder in Boaton, with the rules and regulations of 
the flrewarda, relative to the aame. Boat., 1821. 8°. 8 p. [2] 
An act to authorize the Boston Land Company to make certain improve- 
ments in Boston Harbor, and for other purposes. Bost , 1877. 8^. 37 p. [3] 

An act to eatabliah the city of Fitchburg. [Boat., 1872.] 8<*. 16 p. [2] 

An act to establish the city of Boxbury. n.t.p. [Bost., 1846.] 8^. 16 p. 

An act to establish the city of Salem. Salem. [1836] IG^*. 15 p. [2] 

An act to establish the city of Worcester. n.t.p. [1848]. 8^. 8 p. [3] 

Acts and resolves. 1881. Bost., 1881. S^. [4] 

The case of the provinces of Maaaat^huaetta-Bay and New-Tork, respect- 
ing the boundary line between the two provinces. Boat., 1764. f*. xxx, 

Ceremonials at the unveiling of the statue of Gov. John A. Andrew, at 

the State House, Feb. 14, 1871. Bost., 1871. 8^. 29 p. [4] 

1881.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 8. 95 

Nuaachiuetts. Oeneral Oiurt, cnntinmd. 

-•AcomplUtionot the laws in forcn ralatlDg to elections. Bout., 1880. 8°. 

63 p m 
--Docnmenta prioted hy onlei of the House o( BepreBentatives, 1881. 

Boat., 1881. 2 r. H°. [1] 
- -I>ocQmei>tB printed b; order of the Senate, 1881. Bmc, 1881. 2v.80. [4] 
--IBlectiODHennonB, 1676,1881] Boat., ms-Sl. le" and 8°. [4] 
ThD pr«ch(n *crs Hsbbanl, W.. IC»: -Forbcr, D. L.. IM1. 
— -Tho gDvernment of lSSD-81. BInKraphical and political skstclies of the 

uambers of the Bxecutive Department, Council, Senate and Uotue. 

[Boat., 1880-81 ] 32°. {4] 

— - Juurnal of the House ol BepreBentativeB, May, 1T34-April, 1735 Boat., 

irai-[3B]. t". 187 p. [1] 

— -Journal of the House of Representatives, 18SD. Boet , 1S80. 8". [4] 

— - Joiinisl of the Senate. 1880. B<>8t., 1880. B". [4] 

— -Maiinal for the use of the General Court, [1881). By S. N. Qiftord and 

O.A. Marden. Boat., 1881. 160. [4] 
--[Orders of the day of the House of Bepreaen tail res, for 1881. Bost., 

IMI.l 8". [4] 
--[Orden of the day of the Senate for 1881. Boat., 1881.] S°. [4] 
— -ReiDonBtrBnceg against elevated rallioads. 1881. Buet., [ISKl]. 8°. fOp. 


— Report of hearinft before committee on harbors and pnblie lands, on 
peiltfon for an act ButhoriiinR the city of Bo»(nn to take and hold prop- 
my for additional ferry fadlitlea from Eant Boston. Boat., 1881. S^. 
Mp. [4] 

— -Report of special coitimictee on the State Workhonsa at Briilgewater. 

[Best., I8n.] V. 16 p. [4] 

— - Report of the committee of ralnation, [1T93?] n.t.p. [1793.] 8°. IS p. 


— -[Report of the Joint special committee on the act concerning the rlfthta 

and libertleA of the people of Massachusetla. Bont. . 1806.] 8°. 69 p. [4] 

— Beport of the Joint special comiolttee on the petitions fur and remon- 
strAoues afcaitist the removal from office of Joseph M. Day, Judge of Pro- 
bate. Boat, 1881. 8". [4] 

{Bepott of the joint staniiinf; comniitloe on trial by Jury and the writ of 

habeas corpus. Boitt , 1859] 8°. 21 p. [4] 
A stateiDent showing the cont of surveying the Indian landii at Gay 

Head. Boat., 1879. 8". 12 p. [3, //on. Jono» H. French, Boston.) 

— QotfTnor. Aildress of J. D. Long W the Let[l'*'A'1te, Jau. 8, 1881. Bost., 

1881. 8°. 08 p. [*] 

— -Sea Felt, J B. 

— Ifarbor and Laad C'ommlMioner$. [2d] annual report, 1880. Boat , 1881. 8". 


— - Argninenis of the Cominlsglnners and tesilmony given in regard to tho 

South Boston Flats, before the committee on hailiors and public lands. 
Boat.. 1880. 8". [4] 

— Inmrance Commialoner. 25th-2Gth annual report, 1880-81. Bost., 1B8D-81. 

tr.89. [4] 
~ Bdtool /or Idiotic and Ftebt-^Uiniled Youih. 33d annual report, 1880. Bost., 
1S8L 8°. [4] 

— Seeretary ef titatt. Abstract of the certificates of corporations organized 

dnrlDK 18H0. Boat., 1881. 8°. [4] 

AggregMes of polls, property, taxes, etc., as assessed Hay 1, 1880. Bost., 

1881. 8°. [4] 

— - PnbUo docnmauts, 1879. Bost., 1880. i v. «*. [4] 


HoBBOcIiDBetta. Stcretarj/ of State, continued, 

3Btli report relating tu the ref^Htr; and retam of birtba, nui 

deatliB, 1ST9. Boat, 1880 S°. [4] 

— Stale Abiuhovu at TeickibTirj). 27th annaal report, 1880, Boat., II 

— State B'Hird of Heailh, Liinac]/, and Vhurity. 2d aDDaal report. 1 

«•■ (<i 

— State Director of Art Ediicollon, Anntial report on Industrial art 

18B0. By W. Smith. Boat., 1881, B°. [4] 

— Stat* Industrial Schonl for Oirls at Lnncailer. By-laws and st&tn 

government and regulation ol the Si'hool. BnBt.,t86(i 16*°. K 

— Slate Lunatic Uoepital at Danveri. 3d annual report, ISBO. I 

8". [4] 

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• iDliHllMinCaunly.CliOT). 

rem In Anmironu C'naniy. CI17B]. 

iiujK County dMrict, [(«>«]. -ItandsU. 

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KK< SMVMIIO^ J. J. HfpB't o> pr»K"*" In II" Faniu and WMlmarelud dlitrirl 

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M. H-CraUb^ A.a. BeiMirlarproinulnUie lalHintoryortbeiurrerat HacrUhnrf, 
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^^N/Ahwi/c/lU'fiwt of c,™'iffSBrH'"M-ll'""T«o'bmdred''tati'e."or"eluviuou 'aboie 

P. LcuDerBaXp 1*. Dcacrliillon ol the coal flAra of Ihe carbonlftruiiB fnmiallon In 
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PP. ronMlHa,W.)l..atf Whlto,!. C. Tlie Pera^taii or npper carbonlftrana flora 
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Q. Whlte,I.C. RapHtof prijiitoMinlheUeairerRlviudlalrlclortlie bllumlBoaieoal- 

'a*Q.*'Vrbtte.T°?™pwt of' pnwreti In Un. THe ([eol..By of L-arence County. Ap- 

Q 4 Q. White, r. C. Kepnn ot nn'Krria Iti I47H. Tbe RFnl"(n' of Me-cer Conntr. 

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l«T;o.£l^"ri?: 'a .^'>'*^™; [nllit akinf ihe UeBvw'll'i'Shl'Sli'i'o'lil^enVn 
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Vol. 1. MJnu 
" -H, F.b. l»-8 

Pmn^lrrSHii' , 

-vl. AtfM^ JwmMlorikcHiiniiionjmii lnlmixl.Aiic. H.ini.-JunTnilDf Cid. Hi; 
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ITM.-^^-upmi nlaitai id the nr ■■rth> nrulinlaii. ITIvTt -Plau ur iba cututrucibH) 
inMng of itaa ehavmix da firm Id tba lialnnan IHvcr, in.l-H. i. ,»tIo 
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4. PaMH rrUtlDM to Iba WlilUrr Imnnwtrmn In waa'ar " ' — '" '""" " 

UnortkaJnunayDTCnLT. l-iuclw U Iba Indlituvr Ilia d 
llli M (ba dalHHic <>r Iba ITootlen. InMC 

«. l-aiwn raUtlna U> lb* cdImiIci oa lti« Delawan, I«lt-U. 

e. Pawn ralathiR la lb* Fr-ncb nwupatloii Id woUni f 
MIlM raulHMinrnt at Pinqn' IkIv, IW 

1, Papon rdaUnR to prailnclai alMri In Panm.vWinU. W 

!<• Boy aiHriiBrbara Leinlnnr, tlitw and one bull .v»r< i 
Junniai of Col, J, Bnrd inttt pTDrlncial tortlce, I7M j 

■nU. IK-IW. — rap*n rrlattnv i 
-Id. ITM^.—llK niimuvi- of 1 

UtiDenuonlhrDTlawara K1»r. 
7. AjvhMi. Charier: Chailoll. to Wm.Ptnn.-Lelttr rrom xid. i-eiiii 

10. Pennti'KaiilalnUioMBFuftbc-n.'varDllun.bBtullaiiiandllnMm-M. 

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— SeeSend, B. H.j — Society of the 51st RAgtment PenDsylT»nt« 

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Vol. 1, No. I. I'rurpedlnBL— Dentsn. D. Brlrf dMrriplkn of Xew York, I* 
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Pennsylvania Historical Society, continued. 

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— Reynolds memorial. Addresses before the Society upon the presentation of 

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See alto PennsylTania Hospital for the Insane. 
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Pennsylvania Railroad Company. 2d, 4th, 28th, 30th-34th annual report, 
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The Slst report contains also the report of the adjonmed meeting, 1878. 

— Bnral retreats on the Pennsylvania Railroad between Philadelphia and 

Downingtown. Phila., 1881. 8^. 18 p. lllus. [3] 

— Suburban homes on the Pennsylvania Railroad. United railroads of New 

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Perkins Institution and Massachusetts School for the Blind. 49th an- 

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Perley»Ira. 6^6 Bell, C.H. 
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— editor. Papers relating to the history of the Church in Maryland, 1694- 

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n.p., 1873. 4<». XXV, 720 p. [1] 

— Papers relating to the history of the Church in Pennsylvania, 1680-1778. 

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Peters, Hugh. Hee Felt, J. B. 
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The centennial of American Independeuce. Phila., IS7S. 


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Pages 301-323 of the BebelUon record, 1862. 

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Vol. 1. The king's rifle. 2. The CoIllRrd fkmlly. 

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Pittafleld, Mom. Water Commissioners, etc. Reports of the Water Commis- 
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Geographical Cong^'oss at Venice in 1881, Illiteracy and crime in France, 
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8t»tUtt«s o( life iDsaraDce. [Wash., 1881.] *". 73 

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jurlwUctlon In the Daited Sui«s. By F. H. Wine 

p. [3] 

Centennial Commlulon. 

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Phila, 187(1. I. 8=. 82, (1) p. [3] 

Circuit and DUtrict Courtt. 

— See Feder»l nporter, t. 1-6. 

— (IK cfreuU.) Sm CUfflinl, W. H. Baporta, 1S6S-78, ' 

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— ({«A etrcuit.) Set Wooda, W. B. Caaea, [1877-79], v. 

— letheinuit.) SMDUlon,J.P. Cmm, [1878-79];— » 


CO<ut and Geodetic SuTvey. C. P. Pattermm, i 

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of the coaat pilot. Port 8. Waah., 1880. 1°. 9S p. 

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Commiuion of Fith and Fieheriet, 

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— Adulteration of food. Report [from] the committee 

n.t.p. [Wash., 1881.] S°. Kp. [S, O^orge T. Anatl 

— ConjITeBslonal dlractorj, Wash., 1878-81.8°. [3, j 

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- ConatltDtion o( the United Stat«s, with the ameni 

eon's MaDoal of paillamentai; practice, the standli 
condoctlDfc bnslnasa in the House of Repreeentatl 
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— General Index of the joumala of lat-lOth Concr 

Ordway. Waah., 1880. 4°. [3, .,4Iberl Ordteaf, Wm 

1S81.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 151 

UnlWd StotM. OongrfM, coMinved. 

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CoDUtnlnf ■ddm*c«lD Can^nii, memorial pTDCvrdinit of Bocletleft, ite. 

— MBmarial addreasei on the lite and diameter at Thoddetu StflTsoB, Id the 

HoixM of Bepreaentatlvea, Dec. IT, 1868. Waab., ItMg. 8°. 84 p. [3] 

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1. fP. [1, 8, Hon. aeorgt B. lorlng, Salem.] 
~ 5m Twentj-ninth Congra*. 

nth CoiiffreMt. 

— IdaasBioD. Dec. 1816-Hareh ISn. 

Reporu of oommitteea of the Senate. Vol. 0, part 2. Ho. 703, part 3. 
8°- [2] 

4EfA Congreu, 
-adseaelon. Dae. ISH-June 18T8. 

Senate miscellBneouH documents. Vol. 3. No. 4B. 8°. 

Executive docamenta. Vol. B, IT. No. 1, part S, t. 2, noa. 74-101 («Xr 

cept 89 and 90). 2 v. S°. 
Houae mlacellaneoun documents. Vol, 2, no. 31. 8°. 

— 3d aeasion. Dec. lS78-MaTCh 1879. 

Joamal of the Senate. S°. 

Journal of tlie House. 8°. 

Senate documeota. Vol. I, 3, 0. Noh. 1-12, 14-48, 58. 2 v. 8°, 1 

Reports of committees of the Senate. Nos. MT-869. 4 v. S°. 

SenatemiBcellaneoiisdocuments. VoL 1,3-4. Kos. 1-30, 32-81. 37.104.8°. 

BxBcatlve docnmenu. Vol. 1-9. 11-18. Nos. 1-4T, 49-108. 16 t. H", 1 t. 40. 

Reports of committees of tbe House. No«. 1018 (4Stb Cong., 2d seas.) 

and noe. 1-291. 2 v. 8°. 
House miscellBneoai docamenla. Nos. 1-34. S v. 8°. 
tOth Congmt. 

— 2d aesHloD. Deo. 187B-June 1880. 

Journal of the House of Representatives, 1870. Wash., 1880. S". [3] 
Court of Clalmt. 

— Ste Nott, C. C, and Hopklaa, A. Cases, 18n-T9, v. 13-lS. 


— tSae Beport«r; — Viiltad Ststoa digest. 

D^Mirtnunt qf AfpieuUiiTt. 
-> Beport of the Comralsstoner, 18T9. Wash., 1880. 8°. Plate*. [3] 

— Report upon forestry, [1877]. By F. B, Uouch. Wash., 1S78. 8". [3] 

— Same. Vol.2. [18T8-T9.] Wash., 1880. 8°. [3] 

— Bpodal reports, [1877-81]. No. 1-38. Wash., 18n-81. 8". (3] 

United HUtei.'-fl. Kepon OBcin tha condition ofctofti llu. tuumwit of Uic Inlcnia"™"! 
wlint •Bpplr. uia our whMt upuni. with fotrlgn mifjuia pilc«_— 9. ^obm. 

'l5'.™n»Iii«iilloniJ . 
ilnwlL-lS-O. H*-* 
Bauudara, w. Tm 

, n DlinL— 4. CulIlvMloBor 

th'fliiwiddaunhii.— a-19. Roporlon tkinmOllliBof oronsluiw, ' " 

KUar.C. V. Tbailikiiorai; tiiitruUuiuAirtt(i>nidaetlunor<il'- 


Vntted State*. Department <•/ Aarieulture, conUttued, 

cullnrfl u ■ probtble AmerleoD lndiimi7. — 10-SO* li«porl Qpcn ' 

Nut., Drc. ]B7)*, — 81. RrpDTI DpDii ITae nmalwniilLd prtcn ur l«T111 

.-SV-SO. taHrtiitHnlkeCDiidlUuniircniiw. Mut^Dk,. IWO. - 
lUitoiunliiiiB-iiBfBBOiJi: III npon.— St- llrpnn upon in« an 

Department of the Interior. 

— ^nQBl report or the Secretary, 18T9-80. WbsIi., 1879-80. 4 t, 8°. | 

— L^Mr from the Secretary trHUBmlttiajl k prellmtnary report d[ 

population, iiuliistry, and resources of Alaska. [WMh., ISSl.] 8° 

Depariment (if the IfaBj/. 

— Annual report of tbe SecTetarj, ISTB-tH). Wash., 1880. 2 v. 8°. Pla 

— Narimtive of tbe Keconil Arctlu expedition made by C. F. Hall; 

Ed. by J. B. Noarse. Wasb., IHTS. 4". 1, 644 p. Portraita, mi 
nioj. [3] 

— RsKliIer of the officers of the oavy, Jan. 1, 1880, July 1, 1880. 

1»80. 8=. [3] 

— Report on foreign systems of uaral education, by J. R. Holey, 

1880. 8°. [3] 

— Bepurt on the training syBteias for the nary and metcanUle mi 

England, and on tbe naval training systeuj of France. By P. B 
wick. Wasb., 188a 8°. [3] 

Departmenl of Slate. 

— American pork. Result ot an investlgatiun made under aiitborlt] 

Department of State. Wash., I8BI. 8°. 4D p. [3] 

— Commercial relations of the United Btates Reports from tbe coi 

tbe United StaMs on the i^omnieice, maaufactuies, etc., of their c 
dlstrleti. No. 1-8. Oi-t , 1880-Juna, 1881. Wasb., 1880-81. 8°. [3] 
~ French Universal Exposition tor ISGT. Official correspondence 
subject, containing general legulatious, classiflcation ot articl 
Wash., 1865. 4°. 28 p. [3] 

— International Monetary Conference held In Paris, Aug., 18T8, un 

auspices of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs ol France. [Proceed: 
port and monetary documents.] Wash., 1879. 4°. ziv, 918 p. [3] 

~- Papers relating to the foreign relations of the United States, with 
nual tnesaage of the president, Dec. 6, 1880. Wash., 1880. 8°. [3] 
Dtpartment of iht TVeorory. 

— Annual report of the Secretary on tbe state ot the Boanoea, ItTTt^-SO. 

1879-80. 2 V. 8°. [S] 

— Annnal report of the Treasurer, 1880. Wash., 1880. 8°. [4] 

— Letter from the Acting Secretary in reply to a resolution of the B 

Bepresentatlresin relation to the public indebtedness of foreign 
iiienta. Wiuh., 1881. 8=. 01 p. [3] 

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customs [on nominations and appointments In the New Tork i 
House]. h.t.p. [Wash,, 1881.] 8=. 2H p. [3] 
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nance, coinage, comnMrce, Immlgiatlun, etc. Wasb., 1880-81. S°. 

i«81.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 8. 158 

United States, continued* 

Department of War, 

— A digest of opinions of the Judge Advocate General of the army, with 

notes, by Bvt. Col. W. Winthrop, [Sept. 1862-Dec. 1876.] Wash., 1880. 
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-Annual report of the Secretary, 1879. Wash., 1879. 4 v. in 6. 8^ [3] 

— Manual for army cooks. Wash., 1879. 16°. [3] 

— Official army register, Jan., 1881. Wash., 1881. sm. 8^. [3] 

— The war of the rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the 

Union and Confederate armies. By B. N. Scott. Series 1. Vol. 1. 
Wash., 1880. 8^. v, 752 p. [3, Geo, F. Hoar, Worcester.] 

— See Hamerslyy T. H. S, 

Director of the Mint. 

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District Courts. {New York.) 
"See Benedict, R. D., and B. L. Beporis, [1877-78], v. 9. 

Engineer Department. 

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8°. [3] 

— Professional papers. No. 18. Report of the geological exploration of the 

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Entomolopical Commisston. 

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Gentral Lartd Office. 

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— Circular showing the manner of proceeding to obtain title to public 

lands under the pre-emption, homestead, timber culture, and other laws. 
Oct. 1, 1880. Wash., 1880. 8«. 94 p. [3] 

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the General Land Office, and the Department of the Interior. Approved 
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Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories. 
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Vol. 1. Tieidj, J. Contrlbotions to the extinct vertebrate Aiana of the Western territo- 

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Geological Surveys. 

— See Primey F., Jr. 

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The tnie-paffea rary as follows : IRM, ** Report of the board of vislton : *' I'-es/S-AS. " 11th- 
Ittb annual report or the board of viniturs, ana the lUh-lHth anniinl report of the Siiperintend- 
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oftlieboMdorvialtora." y r • t— 



Unlt«d 9tat«a. Ooneramtnt Ratptlal for tht Jruoix, epatlmiad. 

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Llghi'Botiie Board. 

— LUt ot Utcbt-bouiM, lighted beacona, mod ftuatlag liKhta on 

Otilf, mad. Paciac oouu of the United Btttea. Wash., 18TT. 

— Eeport ol a t«ur ut inspection of European tigbt-hoDM a 

luade In 1ST3, hy Haj. G. H. Billot. Waab., ISTl. S°. FlaW 
Marlne-Bo^ttal Service. 

— Annual report of the Supervising anrgeon-Qenaral, 1880. 'V 


Ifaual Obtervalory. 

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Davis, Superintendent. [Vol. 33 ] Waah., 1880. 2 v. i". [ 

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Ordnance Department. 

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— Tables of Helpomene, by B. Schubert. Compnted for 

ephemeris and naatioal almanac. Wash., 1860. i", 80 p. [ 
Patent (^fflce. 

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flap. [31 

Slffoal Servioe. 

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Fltcliburii;, Mass. Bird's eye view of Fitchburg. Drawn and published by 

H. H. Bailey & Co. 1875. [1] 
€fardner, Mass. [View of] Gardner. Published by E. H. Bigelow. Framing- 
bam, 1880. [1] 
Greenfield, Mass. View of Green Held. Drawn and published by O. H. 

Bailey & Co. Boston. 1877. [1] 
HancoclL County, Me, " Topographical map of Hancoc^k County, Me. From 

actual surveys under the <lirectioD of H. F. Walling. Published by Lee 

andHarsh'^ New York, 1«0O. [1] 


Hartford and ConnecUcnt Valley R. R. Map of proimwtd exiensloa 
(rom the south line of Mass, to Holyoke [1881. With s inaouncrlpt re- 
port oil BurvejB and estlmateB for tbe proposed extension, by T. Dcakt, 
engiaeer]. [4] 

— Prottle ol proponed exlenHioa from the south line of Msua. to Htrijoks. 

(ISBI.] T. Drake. euKioeer. [4] 
Havemlll, JfoM. {View of] HaveTblll. DrawQ and publLiheJ by H. H. 

Bailey and J. C. Hazen. {Bo«t.], 1876. [1] 
Hawaiian lalanda. Map of tbe Hawaiian blandn. Compiled by W. D. 

Alexander. Drawn by H. Oiles, Honolulu, for the Ameii<;an Cenlennlsl 

Exhibition, 18T6. [With plana of the three great Hawaiian craters. J [3] 
Holllston, ifoM. View of Holliston. D. Bremner Co., Ilth. Mllwankee, 

18T8. [1] 
Holj'oke, Mom. Bird's eye *iew of Holyoke. Drawn and published by B. 

H. Bailey and J. C. Hazen. N.V., 18TT, [!] 
HopklDton, Uatt. [View of] Hopkinton. O. H. B^ley and J. C. HanD, 

piibllahen. Boat., isao. [i] 
Hudson, Jfcui. Bird's eye view of Hadaon. Drawn and publiHhed by 0. H. 

Bailey and J. C. Hazen. Bost.. IHIfl. [1] 
Hyde Park, Maa. View of Hyde Park. Drawn and publUbed by O. H. 

Bailey and J, C. Hazen Bost., ISIU. [1] 
Lawrence, M<ui. [View of] I^wience. Drawn and published by H. H. 

Bailey and J. C. Hazen. 1KT6. [I] 
Lee, Mtus. [View of] Lee. Drawn and published by H. H. Kowlcy &. Co. 

Hartlord, Conn., 1878. [1] 
Leominster, Mom. View of Leominster. Drawn and published by O. H. 

Bailey & Co, 1876. [I] 
Lowell, Jffus, Bird's eye view of Lowell. Drawn and pabliabed by H. B. 

Bailey and J. C. Hazen. 1876. [I] 
Maine. Map of the stale. From at-rual surveys by H. F. Walling and J- 

Cbace, Ji. Portland, 1861. [1] 

— Plan [reprBBantinftl several tracM of lanil and inhabitants thereon when anr- 

veyed, lyintc to the eastward of Kennebevk River and within tbe claim of 

the proprietors of the Kennebeck Purchsne. J. M'Eechnle, surveyor. 

Fownalbotough, 1701. [4] 
Mansfield, 3fii«. View of MnosAeld. Drawn and pabllslied by O. H. Bailey 

and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 18T9. [1] 
Marltrarougll, Man. View of Marlborough. Drawn and published by O. 

H Bailey and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 187S. [I] 
Medford, Sfaat, Map of Meiilord. Surveyed under the direction o( H. F. 

Walling. Bost., 1835. [a] 

— [View of] Medford. O. H. Bailey & Co.. publishers. Bost., 1880. [l] 
HIddleborough, Mau. [View of] Middleboro. Publishud by E. H. Blge- 

low. Framlnglia]!!, 1881. [1] 
Hiddleaex R. R. Map of the rail road and proposed extension. Prepared 

by W. S. Barbour and A. Hodges. BoHt., n.d. [3] 
Hilford, JfoM. View of Milfonl. 18T6. [1] 
Monson, Afais. [View of] Monson. O. H. Bailey & Co., publishers. Bost. 

I87M. [I] 
Mystic Vallej' sewer. Map showing location of sewer. H. M. Wigbtman 

city engineer. Bost , 1881. [3] 
Natlck, Mtn. View of Katiuk. O. H. Bailey & Co., publishers. Boat., ISIT 

New Bedford, Jfniu. View at New Bedford. Drawn and published by O. H 

Bailey & Co. Bost., 1(176. [1] 
New York, City. A plan of the city of Xew York from an actual aurvej 

made by J. Lyne. Facsimile of an original map of New Yoric in ITZE 

published by F. B. Fatiereon, ItTt. [1] 




Newbnryport, Massf. [View of] Newhnryport. Published by Bigelow and 

Hazen. 18H0. [1] 
Newton, M(\s$. View of Newton. O. H. Bailey & Co., publishers. Host., 

]»78. [1] 
North Easton, Mau. View of North Easton. O. H. Bailey & Co., publish- 

ers. BoAt., 1881. [1] 
Northampton, Matn. [View of] Northampton. 1875. Drawn and published 

by H H. Bailey & Co. [1] 
Paris. New map of Paris. A souvenir of the Universal Exhibition, 1867. 

Dreasd par V. Clerot. Paris, 1867. [3] 
Peabody, Man. View of Peabody. Drawn and published by O. H. Bailey 

and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1877. [1] 
Pittsfield, Mau, Bird's eye view of Pittsfleld. Drawn and published by 

H. H. Bailey and J. C. Hazen, 1876. [1] 
South Framingham, Most, Plan of the state camp ground, June, 1881. 

Surveyed by order of A. H. Berry, J. H. Curtis, C. E., Boston. . [4] 
Sootbbridge, Mass, View of Southbridge. J. L. Gait & Co., publishers. 

N.Y.. 1878. [1] 
Springfield, Mass, View of Springfield. Drawn and published by O. H. 

Bailey & Co. 1876. [1] 
Stoughton, Mass, [View of] Stoughton. Drawn and published by O. H. 

Bailey and J. C. Hazen. Boat., 1879. [1] 
Taunton, Mass, [View of the] city of Taunton. 1875. [1] 
Turner's Falls, Mass, [View of] Turner's Falls. Drawn and published by 

O. H. Bailey & Co. Bost., 1877. [1] 
Uxbridge, Mass, [View of] Uzbridge. Published by B. H. Bigelow. Frara- 

inghaui, 1880. [1] 
Waltham, Mass. View of Waltham. Drawn and published by O. H. Bailey 

&Co. [187-.] [1] 
Warren^ Mass, View of Warren. Drawn and published by O. H. Bailey & 

Co. BoHt., 1879. [1] 
Watertown, Mass, View of Watertown. O. H. Bailey & Co., publishers. 

Bost.,1879. [1] 
Webster, Mass. View of Webster. Beck & Pauli, lith. 1878. [1] 
Westborongh, Mass. [View of] Westboro. Published by B. H. Bigelow. 

Framingham, 1880. [1] 
Westfleld, Mass. [View of] Westfleld. Drawn and published by O. H. 

Bailey & Co. 1875. [1] 
Weymouth, Mass, [View of] Weymouth. Published by E. H. Bigelow. 

Framingham, 1880. [1] 
Wlnchendon, Mass, View of Wincbendon. Drawn and published by O. H. 

Bailey and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1878. [1] 
Worcester, Mass, [View of] the city of Worcester. Drawn and published 

by O. H. Bailey and J. C. Hazen. Bost., 1878. [1] 


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islature of MaaiachuseUt. 

of the State Library, in accordance with 
5 of the Public Statutes, submits the foU 
the year ending Sept. 30, 1882. 



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»165 76 

6S 39 

61 00 
41 60 
32 76 
24 72 
24 00 
10 00 
6 93 
21 86 


$147 34 

102 02 

134 18 

2 26 

16 26 


80 90 
190 00 
606 47 
962 06 

Prid Charles De F. Bares for hooks at auc- 
tion in New York .... 

J. W. Randolph & English, for hooka 
from Green sale .... 

C. L. Ehrenfeld, for Pennsylvania Ar- 
chives and Geological survey . 

W. G, Ritch, for laws of New Mexico 

George £.Littlefield, for books . 

William B Clarke, for books . 

Rand, Avery & Co , for binding . 

J. C. Hazen, for five views of towns . 

expresaage and incidentals . 

sundry bDla for books .... 

Expended for periodicals .... 
expreaaage .... 
stationery and postage 
newspaper carrier 
pnntmg .... 
letter scales .... 

and library Buppliei . 
messenger service 
binding .... 
Paid Bonle A Bugl>ee, for books 





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£« $ o "« ©"^ 3 » a 

fcpi^oj J"gU 


By the foregoing account, which embraces the library year 
from Oct. 1, 1881, to Sept. 30, 1882, inclusive, it will be seen 
that the receipts and expenditures may be aggregated as 
follows : — 

DrawD from appropriations for 1681 ■ >. ■ . ■ 1 445 90 
Drawn from appropriations for 1882 3,923 91 

11,369 81 

Books, pamphlets and maps 13,155 07 

Binding £30 IT 

Periodicals HI Si 

Expressage and incidentals 110 30 

Stationer; and postage 134 18 

Printing 15 25 

Letter scales 6 40 

Catalogne and bookcases, etc 80 90 

Messenger service 190 00 

11,869 81 

There remained in the treasury Sept. 30, 1882, an unex- 
pended balance of the several appropriations made on account 
of the library of $176.09. 

Growth op the Libeaet. 

The following table of comparisons will show at a glance 

the annual additions that have been made to the Library 

during the past ten years, and the general classification of 

sources from which they were received. 























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Through the generous provision of the legislature, the 
Library has been able to obtain about 125 volumes of rare 
English law reports, and also to make arrangements for the 
completion of the set of these reports at an early date. 
Additions have also been made to the sets of the session 
laws of many of the States and Territories, the addition to 
the annual appropriation enabling the Library to take advan- 
tage of most of the opportunities that hiive been open during 
the year for the acquisition of such as the Library did not 

The Library is indebted to Mr. Charles C. Soule for the 
effoi-t to secure to the Library, during his recent visit to 
Europe, certain publications of the English governmeot, 
which are needed. He succeeded, through the kindness of 
the Hon, James Russell Lowell, American minister, in 
obtaining the assurance from the officers of Parliament that 
the set of journals of the House of Lords and the House of 
Commons now in the Library should be made complete to 

A somewhat extensive correspondence with individuals 
and learned societies during the year haa resulted in the 
donation of many valuable publications, especially in the 
departments of local history, genealogy and science. The 
catalogue of additions appended will show how numei-ous 
and valuable these donations have been, and also the names 
of those who have so generously enriched the Library. 

The Acting Librarian is indebted to liis Honor, Stmiuel A. 
Green, mayor of the city of Boston, and to the Hon. Hamil- 
ton A. Hill, for many practical and valuable suggestions; to 
the Hon. George F. Hoar for the interest he has taken in 
securing a systematic distribution of the publications of the 
United States government, as well as for tJie readiness with 
which he has aided the Library in securing such publications ; 
to the Hon. Leopold Morse for a large number of congres- 
sional publications ; and to the large number of persons who 
have shown their interest in the Library and aided in enlarging 
or perfecting its collection. 

The appended catalogue contains the largest number of 
volumes that have been added to the Library in any one 

i2,] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 11 

ir bince it was established. The attention of the mem- 
8 of the legislature is directed to the character of these 
litions and to the sources from which they were received. 


Librarian ex officio. 

Acting Librarian. 

iTE LinKABT, Oct. 14, 1882. 





It.— Th*asiira(labrMk«l*iittln«idiif UltlltlMladloWthaKnireHrroa wh 
iwtn neeWBi, thni, [I], nuind by pnnhuc; [i\, by Mchnnfs; 11). by lU 
« of lodlTldual doDon bfllDgmddtdJ; [4], (him offlcm of fortTnoieDt. 

H. Co-operattcm In land tillage. Lond., [1881]. ■cn.S". xtI, 447 p. [1] 

on, tityro itate. Tbe light and tbe truib of slaTGrf. Aaron'i hlitary. n t.p. 

tffotcester, \B27.] 8". M p. [1] 

•cvlUe, Franei. Soeltth d'Emtilatton. Bnllelln d«l pnK««-*«rbaai, atm 

me table analytiqua dM sfencei, 1877-80. AblwTllle, 1881. S". (3] 

lot Academy, Andnir, Matt. Circular ftnd catalogue, 1878. AndoTttr, 1878. 

!-. [3] 

lott, Aaalln. New easel (elected cblefly f^m declsioni of tlie coartt of Iba 

iWte of Nair York, [1880-82]. Vol. B-10. N.Y., 1881-82. 2 v. 8". [1] 

lOtt, Chartei, Boron Tt>ittr4m. A IreaClae of tbe law relative lo mercbant 

iblpa and aeamea. IZth ed. B^ 3. Prentice. Lond., 1881. 1. 8". Ull, 087, 

lM)p. [I] 

ott, Jobn Sterena Cabot. Tbe ronutnca of Spanith blatoi7. With lllut. 

U.T.. 1B69. 12». 462 p. [I] 

md, Artbur Herbert Dyke, and Ranaome, Cyril. A handbook in ODtllne of 

he political bialoij of England to 1B81, chronological ly arranged. Load., 

882. am. S". xll, 287 p. [1] 

tr^ Uau. Sei TutUe, W. D. 

ma, Charles Francis, Jr. An oration before the city anCborltlea of Boiton, 

,th Jnly, 1872. Boat., 1872. 8". 32 p. [S] 

nUroad leglslalion. Boatoo, 186S. 8°. 30 p. [2] 

ind othtrt]. Taxation of raiiroada and railroad aecurkles. By a commlUea 

ppolnCed at a conrentlon of State Railroad Commissioners to examine into and 

eport methods oftaxation.ife. N.Y., 1880. 12°. 49 p. [4] 

DM, CbarlCB Kendall. A manual of historical literature, comprising brief de- 

ctiptkmi of blslorles !n English, French, and Ocrman. With suggestions ai to 

latorical study. N.Y., 1882. 8". xxivill, (1), 865 p. [1] 

ms, Francis. History of the etciocniary school contest In England. Lond., 

S82. 8°. ill, 349 p. [1] 

ns, Ooorge Washington. An oration at Qulncj', Otb Jnly, 1824. Boti., 1824. 

*. 24 p. tl] 

ns, John. Pm. of tha V. 5., and Samnel. Foar letters: correspondence on 

lesnbjectofgoTomment. Bosl., 1803. 8°. 32 p. [2J 

t Everett, E. 

OS, John Quincy, Pm. of th* U. 8. Report upon welgbta and meaiarei. 

hilM., 1821. 8°. 245 p. [1] 


Adams, John Qnincy, amlinued. 

— Speecb, auppresfied b; tbe prcTiani queiUoD, on the remoral of Iha pabllc de- 

posits Hnd iM reasoaa. Wub., IS34. 8°. 13 p. [2] 

— Sm Morec, J. T., Jr. 

Adams bmlly. Sot Appleton, W. 8. 

Address of tbe Tree conBtituifonallalB (o tbe people of tbe United Stite*. [.4iwa.] 

Bost., 1860. 8°. M p. [2] 
Address to tbe graduating claii of the AmMbor; Hifih School, Jnt^ I, ISSl, bj a 

High Srbool t«acbeT. [Anon.] Boet., 1S82. 8°. 15 p. [3] 
Address to Ibe people of Massacba setts, on the justice and fnipoitance of ■ In 

for the relief of Insolvent debton. Revised and enlarged, bj a yoang man ol 

Boston. [Anon.] Bost., 1H13. S°. 23 p. [1] 
AduIteratlonH. S*< National Board of Trade. 

Advertisers' manual. 4tb cd. Boat., [1882]. 12°. 240 p. [i, publit/ur.] 
Africa. Sti AmericBo Board of Commlasloners for Foreign Missions; 

— Copplnger, W. 
Agasslz, (Jean) Lonis (Rodolpbe), and Gould, Angnstns Addison. Prlnrlples of 

loology. Parti. Comparative physiologr. Bcvlseded. Bosl,1868. 12°. 2S0p. 

lUns. [2] 
Agenry. Sa Story, J. 
Agriculture. Set A., M.; — Armsby, H. P., and Jenkins, B. n.i — Catrd, 

J. ; — Cutnpbell, L. D. ; — Colman, H, ; — Conne^-tlcut ; — Hlngham 

Affriciiltural and Uortlpultural Society i~Hoosar Valley Agricult- 
ural Society ;~MasHaoIiusetts;— Michigan; — Hissourl;— New Jer- 

8«y; — Rogers, J, E.T.; — i:nited States. 
Alkman, Rol;crl. Discourse on tbe death of President Oarfleld, Hadlson, N J., 

6epl, 25, 1881. N.Y., 1881. 8°. 14 p. [3, Aulhor.] 
Ainger, Alfred. Charles Lamb. N.Y., 1882. 12°. x, 182 p.. (Morley, J., td. 

English men of letters.) [I] 
Alabama. Gtntrai Attemblg. Acts, called session, Jan., 1861. Uontgomeij, 

1861. 8°. [I] 

— Si^erintendent of Edaeation. Report of B. C. Armstrong, Sept. 30, IBSl. 

Hontgomerj, 1S81, 8°. [2] 

— Si^rtmt Court. Reports of cases, 1879-^- By J. W. Shepherd. Vol. H-ti. 

Montgomerj-, 1881-82. 2 v. 8°. [2] 

Alabama claims. See Bcaman, C. C., Jr. 

Alaska. See United States. Ceiuui Office. 

Albany, .V.r. Board of Public Inttruction. IStb aonnal report, 1881. Albany, 
1881. S". [3] 

Albany County Penitentiary. 2d-17th, Zlst-23d, 27lb, ZSlb-33d annual re- 
port Albany, 8°. [3] 

Albro, Jobn Adams. 5m Cambridge, Uau. Shcpard Congregational 

Alcohol. See Hulibard, F. H. 

Alden, Ebenezer. Historical sketch of tbe origin and progress of the Hafsarbn- 
sells Medicnl Society. Read at tbe annual meeting of tbe Society, May 30, 1838. 
Bost., 1838. 80. 48 p. [3, Rev. B. K. Aldm, D.D., Sotith Boston.] 

— [History of Randolph, with family genealogies. Randolph, 1857-8.] 4°. Por- 
trait. [3, AUlea /omiVy.] 

A TolDmfi of pewtpii[,er cuttlnA* 1ak«D from tli* " Ruidolpta Truicrlpt," ISfiT-A. 

— Memorial of the descendanls of the Hon. John Alden. [With a supplemrnl to 

Oct. 1869.] Randolph, 1867-[89]. 8'. 184 p. p, Sef. E. K. Alden.] 
~- SMTarboz, I. N. 
Alden, Timothy, Jr. Tbe glory of America. A cenltuy sermon, Portsmoath, 

N.H., 4 Jan., 1801. With historical notes and an neconnt of the Beiripspen ia 

tbe state. Porumoatb, 1801. 12". 47, (fi) p. [1] 


St* Alden, B. 

Aanseiille. The genioB and posture of America. An orBtlon be- 
u or BoMoQ, Jul7 4, ISST. With prebee and appendix, fioct., 

?■ ra 

aioftheBDiaQch-3tr««t3ocleIr:dl>coam, April 21, lUl. BoM., 

1881.] IB". IB p. [2] 

la the HtuMchoMtta Honse of ReprcMnUtlTei, daring the ■«■- 
Bolt., 1B69. IB". Till, 103 p. [I] 

Mf on f<"^l gnnrtaj- BrcnrnTlllB, 1871. S°. 30, (1) p. (Ne- 
Uc. Soc.) [3] 

[amUTC of tbe capture of TiconderogK, and of hl« captirltjr and 
bcBillisb. 6thed.,wllhQolea. BQrllnglon.tSfil. 8°. Mp. [t] 
Barlj Britain. Anglo-Saxon Britain. Lond., [18S1]. 16° vlli, 

(Soc. Prom. Cbrlat. Kiwwl.) [1] 
r. An addrot) at Fair View Ceraetei?, Hlddletown, N.J., Daco- 
82. N.T., [1882]. 8=. (4) p. [3] 

1., and Gastoa, William. Arsninentf relative 10 the petition of 
' before tbe comalttee on clahni of tbe HauachaiMti Legltlature, 
1882. 8°. as p. [3] 

omfiler. A genealogy of the Allen bmll;, 1463-188!. Rerlsed 
Farmington, He., 1882. 8°. 31, IT p. [3, C. F. AlUn, D.D , 

atlia, 1832. Ootha, [1831]. 32°. PortralM. [I] 
IB /ear 1882. Bj- J. WbliAker. Lond., [13811- 16°- ['} 

American ; — BuHtoit ;— Brltlab; — Church ; — Pnnner*B ; — 
-- Hawaiian ; — lIorblchetMl i — NsUoual temperance ; — 
, Jr. .—Tribune. 

«, pitud. America ai lea, A retioipeet. [.4iiini.] N.T., 1881. 

, HamiUm A. BiU, SdXim.] 

hi Fraternity. [Semi-centennial catalogae], 1832-82. [Bmi.], 
727 p- [I] 
._...,^ .^et United Stat«a. Board of OJteeri, tie. 
Ira. Set Miwkrnzte, R- ; ~ PhllUps, H., J'. 
loa, British. Srt Femon, T. S. 
ka. Central. St Bandeller, A. F. 

Ics, South. .';MCalTO,C.i — D^Ugrai, lfr*.H. V.; — Marco7,P.i — 
ulball, Ur: H. 

icon almanac 1878, 82. Bd. bj A. R. Spoflbrd. N.T, 1878-82, It. 
■■ tl] 

lean aanalsoftbe deaf and damb. Ed. by B A. Fajr. Vol. 2S-26. Wai h , 
»-8l. 2t. 8°. [I] 

iMtn Antlqiuuian Society. Proceeding*, seml-annnal meeting, April, 
11; annual meedag, Oct., 1881. [Vol- 1. New lerlei. Pari 2-3] Wor- 
iler, 1881-82. 8". [J] 

lOTt of the conndl, lemt-annnal meeting, April, 1877; annnal meeting, Oct., 
9. Bj i. D. Wasbburn. Worceitar, 1877-80. 8°. [3, J. D. Wathbum, 

tlftn Ibr the AdTanc«DlMit of Science. Proceed Ingi, 301b 

lalem, 1882. 8°. [I] 

istorr and pragrew of Ibe American Const Snrrey to iSfiS. 

°. 126 p. [3] 

I at HarM>rd fbr the Education and Inatructlon of 

[>unb. 66tb asnoal report. Uartlbrd, 1882. 8°. [3} 


American Bar AMOclatlon. Report of tbc 4tb unntJ meelini;, 1881. FbllL, 

1881. 8=. p] 

AmerlcftD Board of CommlssloDera Ibr Foreign HlMlona. 7Ut uibiI 
nport, 1881. Bost., 18S1. 8°. [3] 

— Explorations for tbs mission to Umills'i Kingdom, SoDthcastem Afrkk. Doat. 

1882. 8". M p. Map. [31 

— TbemisalonloirestCentnilArkica. Pioneer work, 1881. Boat., 1882. IZ'. 8Jp. 

Map. [3] 
AmeiicaD Collie and Edncatlon Society. Tib snnoal raport, 1881. Boat . 

[1881]. 8». [1] 
American Colonization Society. SSihonniul report, 1882. Waib.,1882. S'. [3] 
Amertran Congregational Association. 19th annail report, 1882. Boat., 

1882. 8°. [3] 
American Congregational Union. Han aal, 1881. N.Y., ISSI. 8°. [1] 
American epbemari* and naaUcal almanac. Stt United States. SwiHU tf 

AmericAu Geographical Soclctj- of New York. Bulletin, 1878, no. 3: 18T9, 

no. 4-J; 1880, no. 1-3; ISSl, no. 1-S; 1382, no. 1. K.Y., 1878-83. B". llapa. 

[3, CharUt B. Otdld, SameniUa.] 

— Joomal, 1870, 72-80. Vol. 2, part 2, t. 3-12. N.T., Albany, 1870-[81]. U t. 

8°. MapE and IJIus. [3] 

— The Polar explorlnfc expedition. A special meeting of tbe Sodcl;, March K, 

18B0. H.Y., 1860. 8°. 30 p. [3, C. H. GidU.] 

— Proceedings, I862-«3, t. 1, no. 3-4; 1863-61, t. 2, no. 1-2. N.T., [1B«3-«1. 8", 

Hapa. [3, C. R. Ovildll 
-~ Statement of Ibe oljjecta and organization of the SodeCj, with a copj of Its chir 

I«r, by-lawj, etc. N. Y., 1856. 8°. 21, (2) p. [3, C. H. Oidld.] 
American Humane Association. Doings, 4th atmnal moeling, Fbiladelpbta 

1880. BoBl,, 1880. 8'". [3] 
American ln»titut« of Instruction. Lectorcs aod Jonmal of proMedinp 

ISSl. Boat., 1S8Z. 12°. [3] 

Ml. Proctedlngi, — ■■ckkBK.M.H. (.'iKilHindDia'oCtKioki.— ParBbsK.R. AA 
drui orvelconu.— Monrj, W. A. Thn wbonl cnrrlmiluii] ind lu reliUoni to builnf u 1KK- 
PiMtarHiii, J. W. ■■Dlltloltducallga. — rvBn.U. I.', fhriiul BToKnpbJ nrnnr nnmliT 
■lid lU rFlitlooi b) «□[ nilun dvitliBiimi.— (^Bivv, J. L.M. EJuoilloii ai me ».ulti.-,— ThcSmiUiilKboal.— droMMwb.J.I'. MeUiodiiiiidnaDlti.— Bl*«l> 

piu-iMM. — MiBall,.l. II. J«io>rhrla'llhcolwlQlteBrl»r.— Mowe.ifrl.J.lV. Kn^tklior 
Ancricui rdncstliin uUil^ Ibe nosilii nf Aowrloiin lift'. — BrBW. W. Th* lEndourlu or SI 
Walter 8ciitL — Pukard, I). T. Hlml may be IklrLy eipccled of tbo Amertcui oudbu) 
kIuwL — Kuportofihe coiuniKIce on necnrlogy. 
American Institute of Mining Engineers. Tninsactioni. Vol. 1-9. 1871-41 
Phlla., Eaiton, [18731-81. 9 r. 8°. Plalca and Ulna. [3] 

American Iron and Steel Association. The duty on ateel rails. The ease ft 
Ibe manuDicturers, at a hearing before the ways and meani committee of H 
House of Rcprescniatirea. Washington, Feb. 3-5. 1880. Sicnographlcall; r 
ported by W. J. Gueet. Phlla., 1880. 8'". 76 p. [3] 

— Hold the fort! Fresh fucts nnd arguments in support of the policy of proiecUo 

nJ.p. Phils., [1876). S". 16 p. [3] 

— How lo reaioro Sonihem pronperlty. A Sonthem riew of Ibe tariff. [By 3. \ 

L«paley.] Phlla., [1879?]. 8°. 12 p. [3] 

— Statialica of tbe American and foreign b^n trades In 188041. Annual report 

the Secretary. J. M. Swniik. Pbila,, 1881-82. 8". [31 

— TaHff tract, no. 1-8,1880; no. 2-4, 1882. n.t.p. Phlla., [1880-82]. 8°. [3] 

IM*. Ko. 1. Welak, J. Tm mat nnd pmtoctlon— ' B»-JI*i. T. h tci 

prolcnliiii hM donf fiir the tTnilfd »UIM " —-■-■-• — 
4. Wbo la AuiniBlui HimcmDoQl'— «. 

[C DOCUMENT— No. 8. 19 

el Assocliitlon, eoniiniud, 

American lUel nits. Pbila., 1879. S°. 16 p. [S] 

xtlon. Ed. by H. Banvud. Intcrruitjonai ierie», v. 5. 

ilty. Vol. 38. Ullia, N.Y., 1881-82. 8'", [1] 
ice. 3d BCriM, *. 22. New Haven, ISSl. 8". [1] 
Ol. 15. BoBt., 1881. 8°. [1] 

Set Warner, C. D. 
t ScK^lety. ProceodlngB. Vol. 3. May-Dec, 1880. 

Natural History. l«t-13tb anaaal report, 1870-82. 

1881. 8". [3] 

lOt-latloii of the ttta CroiH. Tbe Red Cross of tbe 
■hat II Is, iU origin aod blstory. [By Clara Barton.] 
.6°. M, (2) p. [3, Mia Clara Btrbm, tVat/Un^lm.} 
iL 16. PhllB., 1881. 8°. [1] 

and Archvologlcttl Society of New Yorh. At- 
, ooDilitDtloii and by-lairs. N.T., 1878. 8°. 19 p. 

Dbeliik. [By O. L. Peoardenl.] N.Y.,188I. 1.8°. 7 p. 

inaal meeting, 1878-81. N.T., I878-S1. I. 8°. [3] 
leal ABsoctatlon. ProccedlDg«, 29tfa anoaal meeQng, 
AsBoclatloD. Proceedings, 13th-14tll anDDal lesifon, 

InMleal Studle* at Athens. [Prospectus,] n.p., 

istltute of America- 
re ABsoctatlon. Journal of social science, containing 

Association. No. 14-10. lSSl-82. Boat, 1881-82. 8°. 

IvU Rngineera. Standard time for tbe tlnlled Stales, 
U.Y., [1882]. 8°. 34 p. [3] 

Sub-corn mliiM on water works. Catalogue. n.ji , 

7 and basincsg advertiser of Amliarst, comliJned with a 

1879, Amherst, [1879], 16", IOC, (2) p. [1] 

logue of olBcers and students, 1S80/81-81/2. Amherst, 

students connected with tbe college, 1822-71. aJ.p. 

latea. 1871. Amherst. 1871. 8'. [3] 

, no. 9. Amherst, 1881. 8". [3] 

lorocco, Its people and places. Tr- by C. Rollin-Tlllon. 

p. IllUB. [1] 

ho history of tariff legislation. [A review of the Amerl- 

n.p., [1882]. Broadside. [3. AiUAor.} 
riff. [St. Augastlne, 1882.] Broadside. [3, Author.] 


Amory, HATtbti Babcock. Tbe domeatlc Mid artitUc life of John Singleton Coplcj. 
With notices of bis worki and lemiaiscencea of bis Bon, Lord Ljodbonf. 
Bosl., 1882. 8°. sli, 478 p. Portrait. [1] 
Andenne coatome, L', de Nonnandle. Btflmpre^slon ^dlt£e ds ieg^ret aiiDOt«Uoni, 
par W. L. da aracbf. [Ai Latin and FfauA.} Jentj, 1B8I. 8°. ixv, (1), 
*Mp. [I] 
Ancient and Honomble ArtUlery Company. ISStb annnal record, IBS2-S. 

Sermon by J. Tbompson. Boit., 1882. 8°. [3] 
— Cercmonj at tbe leallng of Iba century box, Dec. 22, 18SI, to be tnmamltted to 

tbeir BOCceMort ia leso. Boat., 1882. 8°. 38, (1) p. [3] 
Ancient wreck, Tbe. Losa of tbe Spairoir-Hawk In 1820. BemarkAble preiem- 
tlon and recent discovery of tbe wreck, [^non] Boat., 1363. 12°. 38 p. [1] 
. AncoD, Pern. St* RcIbs, W., and Stiibel, A. 
Anderson, Alexander D. The allver country ; or, Tbe sreat 6oiitbw«it : rtrte* of 
the mioerai and other wealth of tbe former kingdom of New Spain, comprlalnj 
Mexico and the Mexican cesaiona to the United Statca in 1813 and iS53. N.T., 
1877. 12=. 221 p. [1] 
Anderaon, Edmnnd. Les reports des mnlts principals cases en 1e common-bank, 
come deraat loots les Jnget de ceit rolalme, [l(i31-1605]. Lond., 1664. f°. 
(3),3M, (01) p. Portrait. [1] 
Anderson, Kasmaa B. Biographical sketcb of Lyman C. Draper, secretary of the 
State Historical Society of Wlsconaln. Clndn., 1881. 8°. 31 p. Portrait. [1] 
Anderson, Thomas H. Tbe political conspiracies precedlog the rebelUoD; or. 

The tme stories of Samter and Pickens. NY., 1882. S". 100 p. [1^ 
Andover basking, Tbe ; a political tale, suited to tbe drcniuatances of the present 
lime, and dedicated to the Whigs of UaHacba«eiU. [Anon.'] Boat., 1312. 8°. 
27 p. [1] 
Andover Theologtea] Seminary. Bulletin. No. 1-1. Uarch-Joiu:, 1382. Ab- 
dover, 1882, 4". [3] 

— Cataloirue, July 1810, Sept. 1813. Dec 1813. Feb. 1815-Peb. 1816, Jan. 1817-Jsn. 

1819, Feb. lS!tl-Feb. 1821, Jan. 1829, Jan. 1833, Jan. 1835-Jan. 1S37, Jan. 1S39- 
Jan. 1841, 44, 48, fil-67, 57/8-89/60, 66/7-67/8, 69/70-72/3. 81/2. Andover, 1829- 
82. 8". [3] 

— Catalogue of those edneated al the Seminary, [1810] ; Oeneml catalogne, 1827, 

88. Andover, [1815-36], B", [3] 

— Necrotogy, 1881-82. Prepared by H. A. Haien. No. 2. Bost, 1882. 8°. W p. 

Andrew, John Albion. Correapondence between Oov. Andrew and Mai.-Oni. 

Butler [on the recruiting of troops]. Boat., 1862. 8°. 86 p. [3, Cm. £ Ut- 

Ihjfdd, Boitott.] 
Andrews, Oamctt. A digeet of fttisaisElppI reports, t. 45-56, Inclasive. Being a 

supplement to George's digest, Madison, 1881. I, 8°. x, 760 p, [I] 
AndreivB, Henry Porter, and Wiggins, Peter Porter. The descendants of Jobn 

Porter, of Windsor, Conn., in tbe line of Col. Josbna Porter, of Sallihury. 

Conn. Saratoga Springs, N.Y., 1SS2. L 8°, It, 135 p. [Z, Bwrt F Aodrttn, 

Anglo-Saxons. See Allen, O. 

Animals, Treatment of. See Street, Z. 

Annualre de ri<conomle politiqao el de la stallitiqne, 1881, 3Ba anntfa. Parti. 

1881. 18". [1] 
Annnal register, 1381. New series. Lond., 1882. 8°. [1) 
Anonymous books. 8m Halkett, S.,arKl Laing, J. 
Anthony, Ilcnry B, Presidential ancceaslon. Speech in tbe Senate of the United 

States, Dec. 14, 1881. Wash., 1381. S^. 13 p. [3, AiM«r.} 

f82.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 3. 21 

itJetam, BattU of. See Palfrey, P. W. 

lUqiurlsQ p>p«rfl [raisClng to IpBWicb]. Vol. 2-3. [No.] 23-34. Not. 1B81- 

Ang., 1882. Ipevlcb, 1881-82. Bm. 4°. [3, A. Caidvttt, Iptudclt^ 
itiqulUefl. Sm Fenardent, Q. L. 
■John, Lewis. Hemonible men of (be tSth Mntarf- 4. Ricluvd Cobden ud 

the fr«c tncl«i. Lond., [tS81]. 16". 298 p. Portrait. [1] 
ipalaohlan Mountain Clab. AppakdiU. Tbe jonriutl of tbe Clnb. VoL 

1-2. 1878-81. Bott., 1879-81. 2 T. 8". [1] 
S<MU. Tol. 3. No. 1. June, 1S82. Boit., [tSS2]. 8°. [1] 
[fif-laiTS, lUt of oOctn Hid membera, tie., 1882.] h.i.p. [1882.] obi. 16*. 

S6p. [3] 
ipeal to tbe people. Proof of «d alliance between Anet1c«n Whigs «nd British 

Toriee. [An™.] Host., 1840. 8°. 14 p. [1] 
ipleton, WlUUm Sumner. The Ihmll; of Badcock of Hassacbusetts. Boit , 

1881. 8°. Up. \S, Avthor:] 

Comctfd Anil oilused from tbr New Ehk. blit, ind gTDHl. n^flter. Jiilj, IBAB. 

The Ihmllr of Pnflbr of MusacliuBetta. Boat., 1882. 8°. 9 p. [3, Author.] 

ComcMd and enlar^«l from Ui« Sew Eng, hltl, and ^Tieal. re^liler, July. iaG8, 

Some deacendanls of William Adams of Ipltrlch, Mass. Boat., 1881. i". 8 p. 
[3, Author.] 

pleton's annual cyclopiedU and regtsler of IiopoTtiint CTents, IS80-8I. New 

atries, T. S-fl. Whole aeries, y. 20-21. N.Y., 1881-82. 2 r. 1. 8°. Mapt and 

portnlU. [1] 

uldneck. Sta Turner, H. B. 
unwana. Set Featherman, A. 
ina, Diego Barros. HIatoIre de la guerre duPftdflqne, 1880-81. 2eparUe. Atco 

denx carte* el an plan. Paris, 1882. S°. 248 p. [3] 

!>ltratlon. Set UsssitcbtiMtta. fivaoH of SlalUtice of XoAor;— Woekl, 


rheeologlral Institute of America. The Amerlcaa Scbool of Claasieal 
BtDdiea at Atbena. [Prospectua.] nji., [1832]. 8°. 3 p. [3] 
Id annnal report of tbe eiecutlre i»mmlllee, and Isl Knnnal report of the com- 
mittee on tbe American School of Classical Studlca at Atbena, 1881-82. Camb., 

1882. 8°. [3] 

■apere. Claisiisl aerica. 1. BoaL, 18S2. 8°. Tlil, 21fi p. Uape and plan*. 
[3] ^^^^ 

I. (Tlarfta. J. T. Rifntt on Iht Innritlntlnni at Aivk, IMl. WItti Inierlptlotu fnrn 
Ah« ■nd Lriboi, uid juptn bj w. c, Lawun and J. 8. Ulller. 

hiraloKy. See Phllllpa, H., /i-.;— Vslentlnl, P. J. J. 

hitectiirc. See BulMer;— Freeman, E. A.; — Qulncj, J. 

tlcreglona. See Glider, W, H.; — Nordeuskldld, A. B., Aaron. 

zona. I^itlalive Aiiejnblg. Tbe resonrces of Arizona : a manual of Intbrma- 

llon coocenilng the territory. Compiled bj P. Hamilton. Prescott, 1881. i". 

120 p. [2] 

uansas. Otnerat Aurmils. Acta, 2d aeaslon, 1838. Little Rock, 1839. 8". 


Joomal of the House of RepreientatlTei, [23d] session, 1881. Little Bock, 
1881. 8°. [2] 

Journal of tbe Senate, 23d aesaion, 188L Little Bock, 1881. 8°. [2] 
■t^trema Court. R«port* of cases, 1879-81. Bj B. D. Tomer. Vol. 36-37. 
Uttio Rock, 1881-82. 3 t. 8°. [2] 

as of New York. See New York. Committioneri on the Correct Anu oftht 

asby, H. P., imd Jenkins, E. H. The brmefs annual hand-book for 1882. 
N.T., 1SS2. 13°. 199 p. [1] 


Armstrong'g primer of United Slates blitorj. With map*. [Jnon.] N.T. IB8I. 

16". 128 p. [IJ 
Arnold, BenedlcL Set Atwlll, W, 
Arnold, laaac N. Abralum Lincoln: a paper r«ad before the Boyal Hiiloriial 

Soclel)', London, June 16, IB81. Chicago, 1881. 8°. (4), 38 p. [3, A%ahor.} 

— 'William B. Ogden, and earl; ilaj« In Chicago : a paper read before the Chicago 

Hlsiorical 8ociel7, Dec. 20, 1881, on the pru«cniatloa of a portrait of [Ogden]. 
Chicago. 1881. 8''. 40 p. [3, Author.] 
Arnold, Thomai Jamei. Reports of cases in the Conrt of Common Pleai and 
upon wrICaoferror from that conrt to the Exchequer ChaiDber, 1S3S-39. VoLl; 
2, pan 1-2. Lond., 1840, 2 t. 8°. [1] 

Aahworth, Henry. Recollections of Richard Cobden, and Itao Anti-Com-Law 
League. Lond., [1B76]. sm. B=. (7), 392, 31 p. [IJ 

Ab1«. See Keane, A. H. — Nordenskiold, A, E., Boron. 

AssoclntJon of Chambers of Commerce of tbe United Kln^^oni. Re- 
port and resolutions, 22d annual meeting, 1882. Land., 1882. 8°. [3, H. A. HiU.\ 

— Report of tbe execative council, to be presented to tbe annoal meeting, Feb. 28, 

1882. h.l.p. [1882.] 8°. 18 p. [3. H. A. HiU.] 
~ Report of tbe special meeting, Hall, 8epC 11-12,1877. Lond., [1877] . B". Sip. 

[3. U. A, Bia.] 
-~ Resolutions adopted at the special meeting, Flymouth, Oct. 4-S, 1881. Lond., 

[1881]. 8°. Up. [3.H.A.BUI.] 
Astor Ubniry, iV.r. 33d annual report, 188L Albany, 1SS2. 8^ [3] 
Astrology. Set PhiUlps, H.,/r. 
Aatrononif. See Procter, R. A.) — United States. Butauo/NavigaHon,— 

Naval Obitrvatorg. 
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa P6 RoOroad. Sea United Stetea. Quarter- 

mailtr 0»tural. 
Atkinson, Edward. Industrial exhibitions : their true function In connection with 

industrial cdacatlon. Address before tbe Massachusetts Charitable Hocfaanic 

Association, Nov. 22, 1881. Bost., 1882. 8°. 43 p. [3, Atdhor.] 
Atlanta. Ste Cox, J. D. 

Atlantic coast pltoc. Sec Unlt«d States. Coatl and GmUik Survey. 
Atlantic monthly. Vol. 48. Bosl., 1881. 8». [I] 
AUasca. Sea Bevan, Q. P.; — New Hampshire; — Rand, HcNally A 

Co.; — Stanford, E. 
Attleborough, Uau. Second Congregatloual Church. Set Crane, J. 
Atwat«r, Edward E. A genealogical register of the descendants in tbe male line 

of David Alwat«r of New Haven, Conn. New Haven, 1873. 8°. M p. [1] 
Atwlll, Winihrop. The treawn of Benedict Arnold, a lecture before a society of 

young men In Northampton. Northampton, 1837. 8°. 4A p. [I] 
AnbcrUn, J. J. A Oigbl to Mexico. With tllus. Lond.. IS82. sm. 8°. (5). 

32a p. Map. [1] 
Augustus, John. Report of [bis] labon tot the last ten years In aid of the 

unfortunate. Boet., 18.V2. 8°. 104 p. [1] 
Austin, Irers James. An oration, by request of the cltj antboritles betixe the 

citizens of Boston, July 4, 1839. Host., 1SJ». 6". 36 p. [1] 
Austin, Jnmes Trecothick. An oration, 4tb July, 1829, Boston. Boat., IB29. 8°. 

26 p. [3] 

— Remarlis on Dr. Channing's Slavery. By a diiaen of MaMacbuielti. [ilMn.] 

Bost., 1839. 3°. 48 p. [I] 
Austin, Ttrat. Stt ITnlted Stat^. Centtu Ofice. 
Austria. X. K, StatittUe/iin CtntriU-Committion. Statlsliscbci Jahrbuch, 1879, 

3e*-4e«, 6e« Heft; 1880, 9cs Heft Wlen, 1882. 3 v. 8". 

Id HtnOrcliUpargc. (irTiiUrUlKnnuinii 

IC DOCUMENT— No. 3. 23 


toTj of (be itate of Oeorgia, 1850-81. With portnlu of 
.T., [cop. 1881]. 1.8°. l2,7Mp. Map. [I] 
Ounun, T. E. 

sad Wbltney. 

Ths Sabbutb quMtlon. Sunday oluerrance and San- 
id two apeechet by L. W. Rocon. Six Krmoni on Ihs 
I. B. BacoQ. NY., 1882. 16°. 283 p. [1] 
LppletOD, W. S. , 

articles on the ilepreclAtlon of »Ur«t and on topic* con- 
1877. 8", Till, 136 p. [1] 

lie American Irish and their inSaence on Iriib politic*. 
136 p. [1] 

clearing bonici and thrlr bnilnesa In 1881. From the 
Tcb, 1882. n.p., [l982]. S°. 7 p. [3, Aul/uir.l 
k* and the Ute criiis. [Prom the Banker's maeailiie, 
}. 8°. (12) p. [3, Author ] 
I North Carolina digest, embracing Ibe reports fnnn Tlit 

RalElgh, [cop. 1879]. 8°. 688 p. {1] 
'. [Tbaopportunlllet or the medical profession and tbrlr 
[7 address before CUfe Medical Society of tbe State of New 
ting, [1S8I]. SyraciisMSBl. 8°. 14 p, [3] 
B balance of trade. From Ibe Philadelpbla Inquirer, Feb. 
.8°. {2) p. p] 
ty cent dollar" rlndlcated. Fblla., 1880. Newspaper 

t It be deprived of legal teiider power ? Interview wltb 
Phila., 1879.J 8°. t p. [2] 
%l.p. [Fhlla., 1877.] 8°. 4 p. [2] 
Its Increasing Inflation and decreasing strength. n,l.p. 

,. pj 

{printed ihim the Anlerlcan cyclopedia. N.Y., 187S. 

ig tclegrapb.] M.l.p. 

iDry the American cur of Jnggcmaut. ntp. [Pblla., 

cr in the slate. n.l.p. 8°. 1 p. [2] 
" nip. [Phila, 1878] 8°, 2 p. [2] 
us before iho tnntreii, f«culty and students of the Indl- 
nne 30. 1808. IndiiiTiupolis. 1808. 8°. 23 p. [3, Jntph 
<uA ColUpir, Cra,>iford$eilie, /mi.] 
new style fixed dates calcndara And Ibe principle* and 
A paper read before the [Numismatic and Anllqua- 
981. Pblla., I881. 8°. Ifl p. [3, H. P/iiUipi, Jr., PhUa- 

igc hospitals. Read before the Massachusetts Medical 
West Gardner, 1882. 80. 10 p. [3, AvtAor.} 
itional Courts of Arbitration. Cambridge, 1871. IS°. 

Uson, D. 

. The Candee genealogy ; with notices of allied bmllles 
I, Mallery, Newell, Norton, ' Pyncbon, and Wadswortb. 
10 p. Illus. [3, Author.} 

Indiana: her ip^wtb and needs. Address. Franklin Col- 
[ansporl, 1880. 8°. 38 p, [3, J. F. Tval» ] 


Baldwin, Oeorge D. Ste EJmea, W. 

Baidirln, Jofaa Denlton, and COtt, WUUmd. A racmd of the dtacenduili ct 
Oipt. Oeorge Denlioii, of Stonington, Codd. WoiCMter, 1B8I. 8°. 423, (1) p. 

POTtCftlU. [1] 

Baldwin, Simeon E. A digeit of reported cuea In tbeSapnmeConnofErron and 
tbe SnperlorCoort of Connecticut BDd In tbeUnlUdStuei coarta for Uiedlanftl 
of Conuectlcnt, to t. 47 Connectlcnt reports uid v. 17 BlMcbfbrd'* Circolt Cout 
report!. Vol. 2. Boit., 1S8Z. 1.8°. [1] 

BaUou, Adin. Blatory of Mlirord, Man., to 1881. Boit., 1BB2. 2 pt. in I. 8°. 
XTill, 1154 p. PortTftlts, map, and Ulna. [1] 

ft. bloanptilco-geiwilDglvAl ngiiur. 

B«dlou, Matmin M. Notable tboogbti about women. Boat., 1882. B°. zJH, 
409 p. [I] 

BaltUnon, Ud. St* GrilBth, T. W. 

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Set Poogbom, J. O. 

Bancroft, Oeorge. Hlalor^ of the (urmMlon of llie conMltatioii of the United 
ScMea. N.Y., 1BS2. Iv. S°. xxW, 520 p ; xIt, Ml p. [I] 

Bandellcr, Adolph F. NoC«a OQ tbe bibliogiapb; of Taottan and CeninU Amer- 
ica. From Proceedings of tbe American AnUqaarlaa Sodetr, Oct. 31, 1880. 
Worcester, 1881. S°. 39 p. [3, Sl^hm Salubwrg, Jr., Wavtttr.) 

Battgor, Mt. Stt H«dKe, F. H. 

Bank of North America. St) Liewll, L , Jr. 

Bankruptcy. Sn Brooks, B. F.i — Lowell, J.; — Hcrrantlle Bodies, ^e.,- 

— PhUadelphla Board of Trade ; — PlUsbury, A. £. ; — United Statea. 

Banks & Brothera. A catalogne of law booka pnbUahed or fi>r aale. N.Y., 

1882. ia=. (3), xil, 220 p. [3] 
Banka and Banking. SaCoUbu, C. M.r-ClalbraltA,T.;-OUb>u% J.V.; 

— Ilurd, J. K-i — Hutchison,].; — Journal of the InMllale of Bsnkera;— 
Hacleod, H. D.; — Moxon, T. B.; — New York, Oit^. Committee of 
Bank Ofllcers ; — Thoouu, B. F. ; — Walker, J. H. 

Bajming, Hnbert A., and Arden, Ueniy. Reporta of patent cansec, decided In 

tbe Circuit Courts of the United Stales, 1S74-C79]. Vol. 1-4. K.T., ISSl-ai. 

4t. 8°. t']. 
Barbour, George U. Florida for Conrlats, inralida, and eetUen. With m^ and 

lllns. N.Y., 1882 [1B81]. 12°. 310 p. [1] 
Barnard, Daniel Dewey. An addreaa betive the Pblloclean and Pelthessophlan 

Boclellei of Rutgers College, Julj 18, 1837. Albany, 1837. 8°. 46 p. (Pm^ 

».178.) [1] 
Bbmes, Albert. Stt Jafuuton, J. H. 
Barnes, Isaac 0. An addresa, at Bedford, N.H., on tbe 100th annlTersar; of ttaa 

incarpomtioDoftbelown, Hay 19, ISSO. BoU., 1850. 8°. 4£ p. [I] 
Barracka. Sat Kklund, A. F. 
Barre, Afou. Sn Thompaon, J. 
BarrowB, Wllllua. The war and slarery ; and their relations to each other. A 

discourae in tbe Old South Cfaureb, Beading, Dec 28, 1862. Boat., 1863. Bfi. 

18 p. [1] 
Bartlett^ Frank L. MInea of Maine. Tbe preaent condition of the mhiea and 

tbeir ftitore prospects. Portland, 1879-80. 12°. 84 p. [1] 
Bartlett, Jcdin. The Shakespeare phrase book. Bost., 1881. em. 8°. (S), lOS4p. 

Bartlett, Joaioh. An historical sketch of Chailulowa, Mass., read at tbe opening 

of Washington Hall, Nov. IS, 1813. Bost, 1814 [rtprit^td W»i}. 8°. 34 p. 


,] PUBLIC DOCUMENT —No. 3. 88 

9, T. W. A rsTlew of tbe tatrtaey qamUaa, with special refbrence to tbe 
, mone? doctrine ; and tbe labttitatlon of gold and bIItct certlScaCei Tor 
wrmoDer- WMh., 1881. 8°. 38 p. [1] 

1, Cttiu AnguBtna. Tbe [»e>cher, the linger, and the doer. Dewej, Long- 
lov.aodBertnim. A SennoD. Boet., 1883. 8°. 12 p. [Z, Author.] 
PFeiUant'ideath:>di*co«irM,2«h8«pt., [IBBl]. Boat., 1R81. 8°. 18p. [1] 
m, John. The lawyer and lawrer"* qneitlons, A baccalaureate dliconiEe, 
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A treatjso on the law of itock broken. Pblk,, 1862 

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Rcmuki on tbe depressed condition of numulkct- 
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739, J. 1700. St* HerB«y, C. 

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IngB, H. 
*r, E. 0. 

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1 Nov. 28, 1870; daring tba year ended Nov. 28, ISSt. 
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rhe Senate ot Hassachntette: an historical sketch. 


Tbe princlpka of eqnll; : a treatise on the syitem 

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or)- of Prasbjterianism in New England. Boat., 1881. 

■ [11 

irlam. James Abram Qarfleld. A sermon, Sept. 2S, 

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Nock Island, R.I. Set Uvermorc, a T.; — Sheffield, W. P. 
Blyden, Edward Wllmot. The alms and methods of a Ubenl education fbr A(H- 

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BoUvla. Sm Chill. 
Bolton, Robert The hlehwr of the several toirna, manon. and patent* of Ih 

coanlj of Westcbesler, [N,Y.]. Bd. br C. W. Bollon. N.Y., 1881. 2 T. 8*. 

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— Jury refonn. Tbe cormptlon of the Jury system, and the remedy. A speech li 

behalf of the Citizens' League of Chicago. Chicago, 1882. S°. SO p. ? 

— National regalatkm of Inter-slote commercs. Cblcago, 1882. 8°. 32 p. [3 


— Practical law refbrm. The advantages of extending eqnity remedies. Addna 

befbre the Illinois State Bar Association, [Jan. 6, 1882;. Springfield, 1881. 8° 
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— ThetmedoctrlQeafthBtarlff. Cblcago, 1881. 8°. IS p. \S, AuAer.] 
Boston, JlfoM. The a'2d annlyorsary of American independence ; repon of erenti 

witb the revised arations of R. Choale and J. 6. Holmes and speecbe* > 
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— Auditor of Aceoimii. Annual report of receipts and expenditures, 1880/81-81/83 

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— Beard of BeaUh. lOEh annual report, 1881-82. Bosl., 1882. 8°. [S] 

— dig Council. Celebration of the centennial annlTersary of the l>aulo of Bonkt 

Hill. With a survey of the literature of the battle, its antecedents and reanln 

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The charter and ordinances, with such acts of tbe Legislature as relate to U 

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Same. Ordinances ofthe dty and Btatnteiorthe Legislature of MassacbiiMtt 

on municipal subjects, passed In 1880-81. Bost., 18S1-S2. 1.8°. 137-211 p. [) 
Compilation of the laws in force relating to the qnallfl cation, assessment, as 

registration of Toters, and tbe conduct of elections. 1881. [Bost.], 1881. U 

47 p. (31 


mqaet to BtBr-Adminil Leinffuliy and Ibe oScen of (be 

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cation or tta« Soldlen' and ,Salton' Monnment In the arror 

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odactloDof pare water into the city, witli a deicriptioa of He 

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, 18*8, 51-52, 54-55, 07-53, SIMC, 70-76, 79-79, 81-S2. Bolt., 

le dtlzeni of Boiton, Jnlj 4, 1798-99, 1804, 08-11, 25-26, 30- 
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. J. 1 - 1;9». I.*wetl, J. 1- ISM, 
W.i— lelD. TswnaeBd. A.i-.- 
,J-i-lMO. B 

C ;— isn. W»rr«B, W. W. :- 

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ing the oomer-itone of the Cic; Hall, Boston, Dec. 22, 1862. 
p. [3] 
be Old State Hoase, Jair 11, 18S2. Bon,, 1882. 8°. 77 p. 

pnritf of Ibe water eopplj-, wlcli the report of Prof I. Bem- 
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dinge, JdIx 1Q, 1B63-Dee. 31, 18*0; 1872; 1876-81. Bo«t., 
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r un Li (he lllh umiul vgLmiK ; ■ Id MiMi b^aw irflh 1980. 

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I, Dirtrtort for Public hutUiOiont, tte. Report* of the In- 
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ad. Pffi] Pi"*'- Bo.loTi reoonn. l(31-«. 3. Tha Bool 

School CommUUt. Annnal report, 1881. Bost., 18B2. 8°. 
ProMedingB, 1870-81. Boet., 1875-81. 7 ». 8=>, [3] 

— Boston illusmtad. [Anm.] Boat., [cop. 1878]. 16°. It 

— Dttcription, Hittory. tic. See Bowen, A.; — Copelan 

S. A. ; — IlaskeU, C: — Sdow, C. H.; — Upham, W. 
— Wipes, E. C. i — Winsor, J. 

— Art Club. Proceedings ftt Ihe opening ot (be new clnb 

Bo»[., [1832]. 16°. 43 p. Plan». [3] 

— AsBoctatcd Charities. 2d BnnuBl report, 1881. Bo«t, 

— - [Papers.] No. [1-12, B-9, 11, 13, 16-17, 19-20, 23, a» 

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— Athenteum. Catalogne of the tibrtu?. 1807-71. PartG. 

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— Board of Trade. 2etb, 2Sth anntial report. [1B79], S 

Boat., 1880-82. 2 T. 8°. [3] 

— Boston and Albany Railroad. Uth aDanal repc 

1882 [1881]. 8°. [3] 

— Boston and liowell R^lroad. 5m George, J. H. 

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8". [3] 

— Boston and Providence Railroad. Report of the ■ 

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— Boston FHsh Bureau. 7lh annual report, 1882. Bolt. 

— Boston Port and Seamen's Aid Society. 5th, Ifth 

BoBt.,lB72-82. a°. [3] 

— Boston University. Fresldeot's aontial report, 1880 

Year book. Vol, 9. Bost., 1882. S". [3] 

— Brattle Street Church. Ste Thacher, P. 

— Bulflncb-Street Society. See Alger, W. E. 

— Carney Hospital. Annual report, 1879-81. Boat., IG 


— Charitable Irish Society. ConstitQtloa and bj-lairs 

offlcers and members, etc., and J. Boyd's centennial annli 
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— Children's Mission to the Children of the Destlt 

10lh-24tb, 27ih-33d annual report. Bost., 1800-82. la". 

— Church of the Saviour. See Wateniton, R. C, 

— Copp's Hill Burial Ground. ,S« McDonald, E. 

— First Church. See Kills, A. B. ; — F.llis, O. E. 

— Home for .\ged Men. lBt-2lEt annual report. BosC, 1 

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Bob!., 18,53. S°. [3] 

— Industrial Aid Society for the Prevention of Pi 

annual report. 1880-81. Camb., 1880-81. 8°. [3] 

— King's Chapel. [Organitatlon, services, etc.} Jan. 1, 

24 p, [3. Ren. B. IF. Foote. BoUon.] 
(i« Foote, H. W. 

— 3lBverick National Bank. [History of government at 

IC. 126 p. [3, If. F. Spaulding, Baiton, Maes.] 
~ Museum of Fine Arts. 6lh annual report, 1B81. Boi 

— Sew Xortfa Church. See Hedge, F. H. 

[C DOCUMENT — No. 3. 

, Report, Jin. 188!. Boat., 1883. 8°. [3, CarroU D. 
M. E. Church and Sabbath School. Stt King, 

Ste Cotdng, B. E.; — WeUIngton, W. W. 

ConfbBsian of bitb and fbrm of covenant, iriib lisU of 
(c. B08t., 1866. I2«. 119 p. [S.B.A.mU.] 

and calalogDe of (be offlcen and members, Jan., I3B0. 
I) p. {$. H. A. Hill] 
OD. !6th-30Ui aanaol repoit, 1S77-81. Boat., 1877-Sl. 

»]. Boat., 1870-80. 8". [3] 

iventloii. Tbe municipal election, Dee. 9, 1879. Wbicb 
i> tbe but claims upon voter* wbo want an economical 
It? [Boat., 1879.] 18°. lip. [3, H. A. Hill.] 
norlal Tolnme, Dlacourse of S. H. Hafet. Rennlon 
contribntloni. 1874. [Boat.], 1874. 1S°. £2 p. [1] 
eporta of tbe pbyelciuD and treunrer, <ec., 1S77-7B, 80-81. 
e Studies at Home. 6tli-7tb annnal report. [Boit.J , 

5m Frothlngham, N. L. 

. ConBtllption. h.l.p. 1791. H". 19, (1) p. [1] 

el. 46tb annnat meetingoftbe corporation; proceedlnga 

!. 16°. 13] 

ic. 23d-24cb annual report. Boat., 188t-82. 8°. [3] 

Report of 2d meeUng of merchanta, man u (beta rera and 
[ISai], for Ibe parpoae of Inauguratiog a iroild'a Ibir 
185. Boat., 1881, 8°. [3] 
Ian Aasoclatlon. 3d-10th, 12lb-17th, 21at, 23d-3lBt 

63-68, 72, 74-82. Bost,. 1854-82, 6" and 16°. [3) 
Jan Union. 4tb, 9tb annual report, 1855,60; Report, 
5-78. 18°. [2] • 

[Addresaea of J. D. Long and P. A. Cbadboame com- 
i bittbdajannlveraarf of OarQeld, Not. 20, 1881. Boat., 

committee on tbe country ireek, 1877. Bost., 1878. 18°. 

laeaa dlrectorr, I8S2 Vol.47. Bost, [1881]. 24°. Map. 

;iark, B. E. 

for 1881. Boll., 1881. 8°. [3] 

July-Dec., 1881. Boat., 1881. r°. [1] 
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y-Dec , 1831. Boat., 1881. f °. [1] 
i. 1632. Boat,, 1882. 8°. Map. [1] 
lassachuietts. Harbor and Land ComminioTuri : ~ 

itry. Vol. 11, no. 7-19. 1877-81. Boat., 1877-81. 6 v 


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Bowdltch, Hem; Ingereoll. Sanllar; orgsniiation of nations. KeiHlnted btin 

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Bowdoln Collexe> Bnmimck, Mi. Catalogue of tbe (^cert and imdena o 

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— CaialogoB eenatus academid, et eomin qnl mnnera et offlda gcstempl, nb 

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— Browning, O. ; — Cnltlerwood, H.; — Corabp, O.; — 
weekly ; — Hnrtzell, J. C. ;~Jout^al of education; — 
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— PeabodyGduoatlou Fund; — Peaslee, J. B.; — Penn- 
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Se* Not«9 and querlea. 

i\ Hlllyer. Villages and village lift, with hInU tor their lmprore< 

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raldo. Sue Cooke, O. W. ; — Ireland, A ; — Maasachu- 
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on. Thomas 8. No dynMty in North America. The West between salt 
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[C DOCUMENT— No. 3. 

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liteaa. From tbe Ansrioui law review da Feb., It 
'. 18 p. [a, Aulkor.] 

inali of Elng'a Chapet. Vol.1. BosI , 1882 [1881]. S". 

r charlCf . Dlicoane, Boslon, oa the Sunday after the 
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'during the present ciTlIirar. n.p., [186-]. R". labeet. 

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IScb century. St> Thornton, P. M. 

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Fowie, Ocorge E. Argnmcnl before tbe aub- committee of tbe House commlci 

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— Miniilire de rinttruetim Publiqut. Congr^a tvaagi^qnc de 1881. le qncsti 

proposle i I'^tude da Congr^s : Des moyens d'oseurer la ftfquentation iraiai 

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A. F., comlt de Melito. 

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icb Atlantic Cable. St» Duxbury, ilati. 

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— Memoriai serfiees In honor of Pres. Garfield, at the depot of tbe qunrtermllHr' 

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^Tttl ConfercDce of the Congregational Churches In Maine. [Mln- 

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ltd William A. Ooodwla't anitaal tCKUtatlve iUtlsHcs of 
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nd earlj bUtnr; of Ihe 2d Ha». regiment of [nfanlrr. 

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It! In tbe great rebellioa. 13S3-65. Bo«t., 1382. 8°. tI, (1), 

llni. [I] 

lellai. Set Moore, E. P. 

innlal annlTersar; of tbe Incorporation of Ooshen, Jane 22, 
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I, Hiram Bamu, Botton.^ 
nvrenee, J. 

Jray. N.Y., 1882. 12°. i, 223 p. (Morley, J., «J. Eng- 
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Sta AInuuiacta. 
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Goldfsborousli, Jobn. Report*; or Collection of cboica 
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The railway problem. Addiets on the po«illon which tbe 
1 ahonld orampy to the commonwealth of Fennayltanla, to 
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•w SproKue, H. H. 

Republic. Proceedlnga, Ist-Uth mmtlngof the National 
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Ste Uosae, B. W. 

lermon to the charch and congregation on Jamaica Plala, 
'■ Day succeeding tbe I2Eb anniveraary of hi* ordination, 
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to Hon. Leopold Mona [on French apoliatlon*]. Boat., 
. AitthorPi 

Couri. Set Hitrrlsoii, S. B., and Wollaatoni F. L. 


«r«»t Britain, eomtiiHud. 

— CrnUHi Offire, Censai of Bnglsnd and Wnia, 1881. FrellinlnM? reprat, aa 

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— Charily Commitnonm for Enflaad and IVaiit. ffiUi report. Lond., 1881. P 


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2t. 8-. [1] 

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— Commiuiontn tn Lunacy. Copj of tbe 35tb report, 1881. [Lond., 1881.) t' 


— Cemmiinoneri ef Fritotu. 3d report, <rjtb appendix. Lond., 1880. 2 pt. 8° 


— Committee of Counci! on Eikaaiion [England and ITo/n). Beport; vU 
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Hurlstone, £. T, Reports, IS38-3S ; — Hnrlstooe^ R. T , and Oiltinui 
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— Court of Exekequer {Bquiiy). Set VonnKO, £. Reporta, [1830-31];- 

Vounge, E., and Collyer, J. Reports, [1834-42] ; — W11m>d, J. Reporti 

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