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Vol. VIII. 

Numbers 76-79. — August, 1887, to May, 1889 


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Bowditch, J. Ingersoll, Bequest of 


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Contagion from books .... 


Electric lighting 


Fire, Precautions against . 



Foster, William H 324 

Gifts to the Library .... 324, 528 

Greenough, Wiiriam W. , Resignation of . 214 
Morrison, John S. ..... 324 

New Library Building. . . . 324,528 

O'Brien, Hugh, Bust of ... . 324 

Pamphlets, New arrangement of . . 528 
Patent books. Removal to Lower Hall . 528 


Altfranzosische Bibliothek . . . . n6 

American Local History 

98, 180, 304, 462 (Completion) 
Continental Congress, Bibliography of, 

1774-89. (By P. L. Ford.) . . .320 
Deutsche Zeit- und Streit-Fragen. Neue 

Folge. Jahrgang I, 2 . . . 236,355 
Early English text society ... 18, 357 
Gama, Vasco da ..... . 163 

Gottschall's Der neue Plutarch . . . 369 
Hamilton, Alexander, Williams's Life of . 2S6 
John Bull, newspaper ..... 251 

Johns Hopkins University studies in his- 
torical and political science. Series 5, 6. 252 
Library Buildings. Index to pictures and 

plans. (Continued from Bulletin No. 72.). 208 

Manuscripts. 115 (Account), 156 (Scottow), 245 

(Great Britain, Representation) 

Mathematical works added April, 1884- 

January, 1888 55 

Oeffentliche Vortrage gehalten in der 

Schweiz. Band 7-9 .... 149, 402 
Parliamentary Sessional Papers, for 1884-5, 

and 18S6 212 

Pennsylvania. 3d Geological survey . . 38 
Sammlung gemeinverstandlicher wissen- 

schaftlicher Vortrage. Neue Folge. 

Serie i, 2 43, 416 

Schoener's globe (1523) .... 277 
Shakespeare, William. Recent additions 

of editions 44, 275, 419 

— Autograph which may be his . . • 5'5 
Shelley society ...... 420 

Thumb Bible 47 

Universal-Bibliothek (Reclam's). Band 

230-256 .... 50, 161, 282, 431 
Voikswirthschaftliche Zeitfragen. Jahrgang 

7-9 51 

Williams, Eleazer 158 

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Abbot, Willis J. Blue jackets of 1812. A 
history of the naval battles of the second war 
with Great Britain. Prefixed an account of the 
French war of 1798. With illus. N. Y. [1887.] 
4". *4323.i03 

Abbott, Benjamin V,. Abbott's National 
digest. A digest of the reports of the United 
States courts to 1885. Comprising the decisions 
of the United States Supreme court, those of the 
Circuit and District courts, of the Court of 
claims, and of the Courts of the District of Co- 
lumbia. N. Y., 1885-87. 4 V. L. 8°. *369i.9 

Abyssinia. See Wyld. 

Achilles. See Meyer. 

Actors. 6'ee Geier; — Maugras. 

Adam, Sir Charles Elphinstone, editor. View 
of the political state of Scotland in the last cen- 
tury. Edinb., 1887. Sm. 8°. 4526.101 

Adams, Charles Follen. Dialect ballads. 
Illus. N. Y., 1888 [1887]. Portrait. 16°. 


Adams, William H. D. Good queen Anne; 
or men and manners, life and letters in Eng- 
land's Augustan age. London, 1886. 2 v. 8°. 


Adams academy, putney. Catalogue, 1873/4- 
86/7. Cambridge, 1874-87. 12". *4389a.ioo 

Adirondacks. See New York, state. 

Adulteration. See Battershall. 

.^Ifric, archbishop of Canterbury. See Brack. 

Aeronautics. See Tissandier. 

Africa. See Algeria; — Egypt; — Heydt; — 
Mackinnon ; — Madan ; — Mas-Latrie ; — Tunis. 

— Languages. See Cust. 

Agassiz, Louis J. R. Geological sketches. 
[1st and] 2d series. Boston, 1886. 12°. 5869.71 

Consists of papers on geology and glaciers contributed 
to the Atlantic monthly. 

Agnew, Daniel. A history of the region of 
Pennsylvania north of the Ohio and west of the 
Allegheny river, of the Indian purchases, and of 
the running of the state boundaries. Also, an 
account of the territory for public purposes. 
Phila., 1887. 8°. *437oa.ioo 

Agricultural implements. See Martin, G. A. 

Agriculture. See Schubarth ; — Tusser; — • 
University of Wisconsin. 

Ahn, Johann Franz. Ahn's First French 
reader, with notes and vocabulary. By P. Henn. 
N. Y., 1875. [Steiger's French series.] 12°. 


Ahnfelt, Arvid. Verldsliteraturens historia. 
Hufvudsakligast efter J. Scherr, samt H. Hett- 
ner, H. Taine [etc.], under medverkan af 
sakkunnige personer sammanfattad och utgifven 
af Arvid Ahnfelt. Med 250 diktprof och 300 
portratt. Stockholm, 1875, 76. 2 v. 8". 


Aikin, John. The natural history of the year. 
Being an enlargement of Dr. Aikin's Calendar 
of nature. By Arthur Aikin. 2d ed. London, 
1799. Plate. 240. 6565.75 

Aisne, France. See Bibliothfeque nationale. 

Aitken, Sir William. On the growth of the 
recruit and young soldier, with a view to a 
judicious selection of ' growing lads ' for the 
army. 2d ed. London, 1887. Illus. Sm. 8". 


Albanian language. See W. , P. 

Albany county, A'ew York. See Howell. 

Albertinelli, Mariotti. See Gruyer. 

Alcohol. See Stourm. 

Alderman, Mrs. L. A. Centennial souvenir 
of Marietta, Ohio. Settled April 7th, 1788. Cele- 
bration, April 7th, 1888. [Marietta? 1887.] Illus. 
Sq. 12°. *4378.iii 



Alexander the Great. See Early English 
text society (Wars). 

Alexander I. of liussia. See Czartoryski. 

Alexander II. of Russia. See Murphy. 

Alexander, Joseph, Prinz von Battenberg. See 
Huhn ; — Koch. 

Alexandre, Charles. Madame de Lamartine. 
Paris, 1887. Portrait. 8". 4656.60 

Algae. See Fauna ; — Wolle. 

Algebra. See Chrystal. 

Algeria. See Leroy-Beaulieu ; — Playfair; — 
Rousset; — Vignon. 

Alkan, Alphonse. Les graveurs de portraits 
en France. Catalogue raisonnd de la collection 
de portraits de I'Ecole francjaise appartenant a 
Ambroise Firmin-Didot. Paris, 1879. Portrait 
of Didot. 8«. 8064.83 

Allegheny valley. See Chapman, T. J. 

Allen, George H. Forty-six months with the 
Fourth R. I. volunteers, i86i to 1865. Compiled 
from journals kept while on duty. Providence, 
1887. Portrait. 8°. 4323.104 

Allen, John. Principles of modern riding, for 
gentlemen. London, 1825. Plates. 8°. 6002.59 

Almanacs. See Champier; — Mudge's ; — 
Muenchener ; — Stickney. 

Alps, ^ee Cunningham ; — Sammlung (Buch- 

Altaic hieroglyphs. See Conder. 

Amazon river. See Schuetz zu Holzhausen. 

Amblyopia. See Wiener (Bergmeister). 

America. See Brown, M. A.; — Carey; — 

American architect and building news. Vol. 
19, 20. 1886. Imperial ed. Boston. [1886.] 
Illus. Ileliotypes. F". *699i.i5 

The Imperial edition was begun March 6, 18S6. 

American art. Illustrated. A monthly maga- 
zine. Vol. I. Boston, 1887. 4°. *5272.5o 

American catholic historical society of Phila- 
delphia. Records. Vol. i. 1884-86. [Phila.] 
1887. 8°. *3540.6o 

American genealogical queries, The. 1887. 
[Compiled by R. H. Tilley.J Newport, R. I., 
1887. 8°. *4336,ioi 

• American party. Sec Brownlow. 

American society for psychical research. Pro- 
ceedings. Vol. I, no. I, 2. Boston, 1885, 86. 
S". *76oo.2i 

Ames, Nathaniel. An old sailor's yarns. N. Y., 
1835. 120. 4409-105 

Ammonia. See Lunge. 

Anaesthesia. See Wiener (Bum). 

Anar'^hists. See Bleakley. 

Anarchy. See Brewster. 

Anatomy, Artistic. See Triaire. 

Anciennes descriptions de Paris. See Belle- 
forest; — Cholet;— Davity ; — Marana; — Michel 
de La Rochemaillet ; — Muenster ; — Thevet. 

Andrews, Elisha B. Brief institutes of general 
history. Boston, 1887. 12°. 2215.55 

A bibliography precedes each chapter. 

Andrews, George F. Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts. Official gazette. State govern- 
ment, 1886. Biography of members, councillor 
house and senate committees, state house direc- 
tory, department commission and clerical regis- 
ter. Boston, 1886. 12°. *6438.9 

Andrieu, Edouard. Traits de prothfese buccale 
et de mdcanique dentaire. Paris, 1887. Illus. 
8°. 5801.67 

Anecdotes. See Newlich. 

Anglia. Zeitschrift fiir englische Philologie. 
Herausg. von R. P. Wiilker. B. 1-9. Halle a. 
S., 1878-86. 8°. *4585.ioo 

Anglo-Saxon language and literature. See 

Annales des sciences geologiques. T. iS. Paris, 

1885. 8". *5895.5o.i8 

Contents. — iS. ttude gdologique sur les stages moyeuset 
supdrieurs du terrain cretac^ dans le sud-est de la France, 
par M. Fallot. Recherches sur le terrain fluvio-lacustre 
inferieurde Provence, par Louis Roule. 

Anne, queen of England. See Adams, W. H. D. 

Annelida. See Fauna (Fraipont). 

Annuaire de la librairie beige. Livre d'a- 
dresses. Public sous les auspices du Cercle de la 
librairie, de I'imprimerie, etc. 36 ^d., avec por- 
traits. Bruxelles. [1887.] 16°. *2i48'.S 

Annual American catalogue, 1886. Being 
the full titles, with notes, of all books recorded 
in the Publishers' weekly. N. Y., 1887. 8°. 


Anquez, Leonce. Henri iv et I'AUemagne, 
d'apres les Mdmoires et la correspondance de 
Jacques Bongars. Paris, 18S7. Portrait. 8'. 


Anthologie des poetes bretons du xviie siecle, 
par Stdphane Halgan, le comte de Saint-Jean 
[^pseud. of Mme. Adine Riom], Olivier de Gour- 
cuff & Rene Kerviler. Nantes, 1884. Portraits. 
8«. *4670,io 

Antiquities. See Batres ; — Brown, J. A. ; — 
Clermont-Ganneau; — Conder; — Corpus; — 
Dieulafoy ; — Furtwaengler ; — Gay ; — Gomme ; 
Kaulen ; — Keane; — Mus^e; — National; — 
Ohio ; — Rygh ; — Shepherd, H. A. ; — Somerset- 
shire; — Vedel ; — William Salt; — Yorkshire. 

Antiseptics. 5ee Wiener (Habart). 

Apollo. See HomoUe. 

Apostolic church. See Texte (Harnack). 

Apotheosis of an ideal. An interior-life drama. 
[A poem.] Boston, 1887. Sq. 16". 4407.116 

Apparitions. See Assier. 

Appian way. See Bohnsack. 

Apprentices' library of the city of New York. 
Finding lists. Part i, 3, 4. N. Y., 1887. 3 parts 
in I V. 8". *2i4i.8i 

Aquarium. See Butler, H. ; — Lutz. 

Arabia. See Burton, Sir R. F. 

Arabian nights' entertainments. Lady Burton's 
edition of her husband's Arabian nights, trans, 
literally from the Arabic. Prepared for house- 
hold reading by Justin H. McCarthy. London, 

1886, 87. 5 V. Portraits. 80. *30ioa.56 
Aran, Island of, Galway, Ireland, ^'tv Burke. 
Archaeological frauds. See Clermont-Ganneau. 
Archaeology. See Antiquities. 

Archery. See Ford. 

Architecture. See American architect; — 
Beale; — Buckler; — Building; — Jackson, T. 
G. ; — O'Shea ; — Price ; — Robins ; — Tucker- 
man ; —Tuthill. 

Arctic regions. See Steen. 

Argot. See Barrere. 

Argyleshire, Scotland. See Campbell, Sir A. 

Arithmetic. See Wentvvorth. 

Armenia. See Issaverdens. 

Arms and armor. See Gaj'a. 

Arnaud, Eugene. Notice historique sur les 
deux cat^chismes officiels de I'Eglise rdformee de 
France, Calvin & Ostervald. Paris, 1885. S'^. 



— Le plus ancien document synodal connu de 
r^poque du desert, ou actes du premier synode 
du Dauphin^ du xviii* sifecle. Public pour la 
premiere fois a I'occasion de I'anniversaire de la 
revocation de I'Edit de Nantes. Paris, 1885. 8°. 


Arnold, Edwin L. Bird life in England. 
London, 1887. Sm. 8°. 3909.62 

Artesian wells. See U. S. Geological sur- 

Artillery. See Muller. 

Artistes c^lfebres, Les (series). See Chesneau; 

— Cournault; — Gruyer; — Vachon. 

Artistic houses. Being a series of interior 
views of a number of the most beautiful and 
celebrated homes in the United States. With a 
rlescriptionof the art treasures contained therein. 
N. Y., 1883, 84. 2 parts in 4 v. 200 photographic 
plates. L.f. ***8iB.i 

Ashley, William J., editor. Edward iii and 
his wars, 1327- 1360. Extracts from the chron- 
icles of Froissart, Jehan le Bel, Knighton, Adam 
of Murimuth, Robert of Avesbury, the Chronicle 
of Lanercost, the state papers, and other con- 
temporary records. London, 1877. Plates. [Eng- 
lish history by contemporary writers.] 16°. 


Assier, Adolphe d'. Posthumous humanity : a 
study of phantoms. Trans, and annotated by H. 
S. Olcott. London, 1887. Sm. 8°. 5600b. 85 

Association. See Worms. 

Association of collegiate alumnae. Sanitary 
science club. Home sanitation. [Edited by Ellen 
H. Richards and Marian Talbot.] Boston, 1887. 
16°. 5767.70 

Assyria. See Brown, F. ; — Kaulen ; — Oppert. 

Astor library. Catalogue (continuation). 
Authors and books. Vol. L-C^ Cambridge, 
1887. 40. C.R. Stand 

Astronomy, ^ee Jakob ; — Parkes ; — Proctor ; 

— Sammlung (Ginzel) ; — Yale. 
Athens. See Martin, A. 
Athos, Mount. See Riley. 

Atkins, William G. History of Hawley, Frank- 
lin county, Massachusetts, 1771 to 1887. With 
family records and biographical sketches. West 
Cummington, Mass., 1887. Portrait. 8°. 

* 23503. 87 

Atkinson, Edward. The margin of profits. 
How it is divided; what part of the present 
hours of labor can now be spared. An address 
before the Central labor lyceum of Boston, 
May I, 1887. \_Also, Reply", by E. M. Cham- 
berlin, and Mr. Atkinson's rejoinder.] N. Y. , 
1887. Folded table. [Questions of the day.] 
12°. 36503.89 

Atlases. See Palairet ; — Robert de Vaugondy. 

Atlases, Ancient. See Cellarius. 

Atlee family. See Barber. 

Aubigne, Theodore Agrippa d'. See Salis. 

Aubineau, Leon. Vie de la venerable mere 
EmiliedeRodat, fondatriceet premiere sup^rieure 
g^n^rale des religieuses de la Sainte-famille de 
Villefranche-de-Rouergue. 46 ^d. Paris, 1879. 
iS°. 55593.82 

Aucassin & Nicolette, a love story; edited in 
old French, and rendered in modern English, 
(with introduction, glossary, etc.) by F. W. 
Bourdillon. London, 1887. Sm. 8°. 26605.78 

Pages 1S1-19S, bibliography. 

Augusta county, Virginia. See Waddell. 


Augustinus, Aurelius, St. Liber qvi appelatvr 
Specvlvm et liber De divinis scriptvris sive 
specvlvm qvod fertvr S. Avgvstini. Recensvit 
et commentario critico instrvxit F. Weihrich. 
Vindobonae, mdccclxxxvii. [Corpvs scriptorvm 
ecclesiasticorvm Latinorvm. Vol. 12.] 8°. 


— See Schaff. 

Au Sable chasm, near Lake Champlain. 
Souvenir. [N. Y., 1884.] 18 views. 320. 


Austin, Alfred. Prince Lucifer. [Dramatic 
poem.] London, 1887. Sm. 8". 4564.102 

Austin, George L. The life and times of 
Wendell Phillips. New ed. Boston, 1888 [1887]. 
Portrait. Illus. 120. 4348.157 

Austin, J. A. Ambulance sermons. Being a 
series of popular essays on medical and allied 
subjects. London, 1887. Sm. 8°. 3728.66 

Australia. See Year-book. 

Austria. See Oesterreichisch; — Tannenberg. 

Authors. See Barrows ; — Cone. 

Avaux, Claude de Mesmes, comte d', and 
Mesmes, Jean J., sieur de Roissy. Correspon- 
dance inedite du comte d'Avaux (Claude de 
Mesmes) avec son pere Jean-Jacques de Mesmes, 
s'^de Roissy (1627-1642). Publi^e par A. Boppe. 
Paris, 1887. 8«. 4656.59 

Aveling, Edward and Eleanor M. The working- 
class movement in America. London, 1888 
[1887]. Sm. 8°. 5560.93 

Avianus, Flavins. Fables. Edited, with 
Prolegomena, by Robinson Ellis. Oxford, 1887. 
8°. 2923-53 

Axon, William E. A. Books and reading. An 
address at the Oldham public library, Feb. 6th, 
1886. [Manchester.?] 1886. Sm. 4.°. 2141.9 

Babelon, Ernest. Description historique et 
chronologique des monnaies de la R^publique 
romaine. T. 2. Paris, 1886. Illus. 8°. *275i.55 

Babylon. See Kaulen ; — Sayce. 

Bacon, Thomas S. The beginnings of reli- 
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Baedeker, Carl. Les bords du Rhin. Manuel 
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Bagg, Lyman H. Ten thousand miles on a 
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Bailleu, Paul, editor. Preussen und Frank- 
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Bain, Alexander. English composition and 
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Baldwin, Joseph. Elementary psychology and 
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Baldwin, Loammi. See Vose. 

Bale, Manfred P. A handbook for steam users. 
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Ball, Valentine. Scientific results of the second 
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Ballads. See Tileston. 



Ballantyne, Archibald. Lord Carteret. A 
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Balzac, Honor^ de. See Universal-Bibliothek. 

Bancroft, Hubert H. History of the Pacific 
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Banville, Theodore de. Gringoire, comedie 
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Bapst, Germain. Etudes sur I'orf^vrerie fran- 
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Baraga, Frederic, isf bishop of Marquette and 
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A dictionary of the Chippewa or Ojibway language. 

— A theoretical and practical grammar of the 
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Barber, Edwin Atlee. Genealogical record of 
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Barine, Arvede. Portraits de femmes. Paris, 
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Contents. — Madame Carlyle; George Eliot; Mary 
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Barnett, Thomas D. Notes on Shakespeare's 
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Baron, Julius. Abhandlungen aus dem romi- 
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Barrere, A. Argot and slang. A new French 
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Barrington, George. A voyage to New South 
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Barron, Louis. Les environs de Paris. Ou- 
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Barrows, Charles M. Acts and anecdotes of 
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Barry, R. Milner, Bayreuth and Franconian 
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Barth61emy Saint-Hilaire, Jules. L'Iride an- 
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Bartholomew, John, editor. Gazetteer of 
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Bartolommeo di San Marco, Fra. See 

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Basque architecture. See O'Shea. 

Bassandyne Bible. See Dobson, W. T. 

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Bassett family. See Leeds. 

Batchelor, George. Social equilibrium and 
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Batres, Leopoldo. Cuadro arqueol6gico y 
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Battershall, Jesse P. Food adulteration and 
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Baudoncourt, Jacques de. Histoire populaire 
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Bauerman, Hilary. Text-book of descriptive 
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Baughan, Rosa. The handbook of palmistry. 
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Baumgarten, P. Uber pathogene pflanzliche 
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Baunard, Louis, abbe. Histoire du Cardinal 
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Baxter, Lucy E. The renaissance of art in 
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Bayne, Peter, Martin Luther, his life and 
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Baynes, Thomas S., and Campbell, Lewis, 
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Bayreuth. See Barry. 

Beacons. See Nicholson. 

Beal, William J. Grasses of North America 
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Beale, S. Sophia. The amateur's guide to 
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Beaumont, Francis, and Fletcher, John. 
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Beauty, Personal. See Finck. 

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Bellairs, Blanche St. John, nee Moschzisker, 
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Belleforest, Francois de. L'ancienne et grande 
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Bennet, William H. Select biographical 
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Contents. — Lord EUenborough ; Sir Samuel Roinilly; 
Lord Eldun; Lord Truro; Lord Campbell; Lord Lynd- 

Bennett, Edward. Amenities of social life. 
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Bennett, George L. Second Latin writer. 
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Bensley, Benjamin. Louis xiv. and his con- 
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Benson, Edwin N., and others. History of 
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Beowulf. See Grein. 

Berliner, A., c^//o/'. Synagogal-Poesieen. He- 
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Bermudas. See U. S. JVatiottal museum. 

Bernard, George S. Civil service reform ver- 
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Bernard, Pierre J. CEuvres. [Paris.] n. d. 
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Contents. — L'art d'aimer; Phrosine et Mdlidore, poeme ; 
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Bernhardt, Sarah. See Colombier. 

Berry, William. County genealogies. Pedi- 
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Berryhill, S. Newton. Backwoods poems. 
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No. I in *4407.i22 

Bertrand, Alphonse, and Ferrier, Emile. Fer- 
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Bertrand, Jean. Essays on the spirit of legis- 
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Contents. — Essay i. On the spirit of legislation [by 
Jean Bertrand], memoir, crowned by the CEconomical so- 
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Besson, Louis, bishop of Nimes. Frederick 
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Bevan, Philip. Songs of the war for the 

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Beze, Theodore de. Histoire eccl^siastique 
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Fac-simile of the edition published at Anvers, 1580. 

Bhagavad gita, The, or the Lord's lay; with 
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the Christian scriptures. Trans, from the San- 
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Bibesco, Georges, /r/«cc. Au Mexique. 1862. 
Combats et retraite des six mille. Paris, 1887. 
Plates. Maps. 8". 4312.100 

Bible. Whole Bible. Interlinear translation 
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Contents. — Hebrew text. Vol. i. Genesis-Deuteronomy. 
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Genesis and Exodus. See Kellogg. 

Leviticus. A critical and exegetical com- 
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Pentateuch. See Martin, J. P. P. 

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Psalms. Liber Psalmorum, horarum 

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In the Chaldee language. 

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Daniel. See Smith, R. P. 

— NeivTestament. Gospels. The four Gospels : 
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Revelation. See Texte (Vischer). 

Bibliofilo, II. Giornale dell' arte antica e mo- 
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Bibliothfcque des ^coles frangaises d'Athenes 
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Inventaire des pieces dessin^es ou gravies 

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Bibliotheque orientale elzdvirienne. See Ca- 
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Blyden, Edward W. Christianity, Islam and 
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Bombardement, Le, et la machine infernale 
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Bonwick, James. Romance of the wool trade. 
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Articles published in the British weekly and written by 

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Botany. See Beal ; — Bower; — Cohn; — 
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Boulanger, Georges E. J. M., general. See 

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Bower, Frederick O., and Vines, Sidney H. 
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Boyd, William P. History of Conesus, Living- 
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— History of the Boyd family, and descend- 
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family of Boyds," in Scotland, and a record of 
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Boston, Mass., from 1740 to 1884. Conesus, N.Y., 
1884. Portraits. Plates. 8°. ♦4339.101 

Boyle, Sir Richard, ist earl of Cork. The 
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spondence of Sir Richard Boyle, first and ' great' 
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1887. 4°. *6540.70 

Boylston, Massachusetts. Centennial cele- 
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Worcester, 1887. Plate. 8°. 4352-78 

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Bozorg, — , captain. Livre des merveilles 
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An earlier edition, with the title Adj& ib al-Hind les mer- 
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Brandes, Georg M. C. Die Litteratur des 
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Brandy. See Volkswirthschaftliche (Eras). 

Brassey, Annie, lady. Three voyages in 
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Contents. — A voyage in the Sunbeam; Sunshine and 
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' roaring forties.' 

Brassey, Thomas. See Helps. 

Brattleborough, Vermont. Public library. 
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Chapman, John H., editor. The register book 
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Charles L, count of Anjou, king of Naples and 
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Chase, Frederic H. Chrysostom, a study in 
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Chauchetiere, Claude. La vie de la B. Cathe- 
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Chen-ki-souen. L'encre de Chine. Son his- 
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Chester, Joseph L. Greenwood cemetery and 
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Child, Lydia M. Letters. With biographical 

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Chopin, Fr^d^ric F. Waltzes for piano forte. 
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Donnelly, Eleanor C. A memoir of father 
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Dorn, Felix. Dorn's code for commercial tele- 
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Dorsetshire, England. See Hutchins. 

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Dowson, John. Erasmus Darwin. A lecture 
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Doyle, John A. The English in America. 
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Draper, Lyman C. See Thwaites. 

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Dreyfus, Abraham. Jouons la comrfdie. Avec 
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Dumersan, Th^ophile Marion. See Biblio- 
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Dupuy, Ernest. Victor Hugo, I'homme et le 
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Durrieu,^ Paul. Les archives angevines de 
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Du Verge, L. de Rathier. Madagascar et 
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Early English text society. [Publications.] 
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The English Charlemagne romances. Paris 
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Comlmit. — The ri(flit pleasaunt and sroodly historic of 
the frturc snnncs of Ayinon. Englisht from the French by 
William Caxton. Edited from the unique copy, by Octavia 

Horstmann, C&r\, editor. The lives of women 
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Johannes 7-o« Hildeshcim. The three kings of 
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" Historia trium regum " by John of Hildesheim. 
Two parallel texts, edited from the mss., to- 
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The Romance of Sir Beues of Hamtoun. Edited 
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The wars of Alexander; an alliterative ro- 
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Ashmole 44, in the Bodleian library, Oxford, 
and MS. D. 4. 12. in the library of Trinity col- 
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Earth. See Jakob ; — Lockyer. 

Earthquakes. See Delauney. 

East India company. See Hedges. 

East Indies. See Heydt ; — Pyrard. 

Eastern question. See Barth/lemy Saint-Hi- 
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Ecclesiastical history. See Haweis;— Ter- 

Ecclesiastical institutions. See Spencer 

Ecuador. See Kolberg. 

Edburton, Sussex, England. See Crisp. 

Edgcumbe. Edward R. Pearce. Zephyrus. A 
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^*>5«*'°rth^ Maria. Moral tales for young 
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Education. Ar«r Baldwin ; — Bryant, S. - — Col- 
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Edward m of England. See Ashley. 

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Edwards, George. A natural history of birds. 
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Edwards, John. The British herbal, contain- 
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scarce flowers and useful medicinal plants which 
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Eells, Nathanael. The wise ruler a loyal sub- 
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Egleston, Thomas. The metallurgy of silver, 
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Egomet, E. G.,;pseud. Only a curate; or ex- 
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Egypt. See Chabas ; — Kellogg; — Pott; — 
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Ehringer, Ella M., nie Long. Crayon por- 
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Electrical testing. See Kempe. 

Electricity. See Danion ; — Henry, J. ; — Lar- 
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Electoral system of the United States. See 

Electrolysis. See Classen. 

Eliot, George, p^etid. Works. Edition de 
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**K. 154.4 
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Contents. — 
Vol. I, Adam Bede. 

a. The mill on the Floss. 

3. Felix Holt, the radical. 

4. Scenes of clerical life. 

5. 6. Romnia; Silas Marner. 

7, 8. Middlemarch. **K. 154.7 

9. Complete poems. **K. 154.8 

10. Miscellaneous essavs; Impressions of Theo- 
phrastus Such; The veil lifted; Brother 
Jacob. **K.iS4.9 

11,12. Daniel Deronda. ** 

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Ellacombe, Henry T. Practical remarks on 
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Ellis, Alfred B. The Tshi'-speaking peoples 
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Ellis, Calvin. See Bowditch. 

Ellis, Edward S. The camp-fires of General 
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Ellis, John. The new Christianity. An ap- 
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Largely upon alcoholic drinks. 

Ellis, John H., editor. The registers of Stour- 
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Elocution. See Ross. 

Ely, Heman. Records of the descendants of 
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Embryology. See Haddon. 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo. See Cabot; — Has- 

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Encyclopaedias. See Cassell's; — Ersch ; — 

Engineering. See Cleemann ; — Haldane. 

England. See Ashley; — Holmes, O. W. ; — 
Hutton ; — Lappenberg; — Shand ; — Stone, J. 
S. ; — Universal-Bibliothek (Katscher). 

England, Church of. See Cutts; — Egomet; 

— Trotter; — Wakeman ; — Woodhouse. 
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Namely : — 

No. 4. Series D. Sweet, Henry. A history 
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No. 7, Series D. Elworthy, Frederick T. The 
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No. 7, Series D. Ehvorthj', Frederick T. An 
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No. 22, 26, 45, Series C. Britten, James, and 
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No. 34, Series B. Turner, William. The 
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No. 37, Series D. Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony. 
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Reprinted from the edition of 1534, and edited 
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No. 47, Series D. Swainson, J^ev. Charles. 
Provincial names and folk lore of British birds. 
1S85. ***46o6.58 

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— Report, ist-i3th. [Manchester.] 1874-87. 

S°. *46o3.6i 

English language and literature. See Anglia ; 

— Bain ; — Croly ; — Earle ; — Early English text 
society ; — English dialect society ; — Hazlitt ; — 
Mackav. — Parmentier; — Ricker; — Skeat, W. 
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Engravings. See Bibliotheque nationale. 

Entomology (Fossil). See U.S. Geological 
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Ephrussi, Charles. Paul Baudry, sa vie et 
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Episcopacy. See Spalding. 

Ersch, Johann S., and Gruber, Johann G. 
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Esquimaux. See Morillot. 

Essex, England. See Buckler. 


Estienne, Antoine. A charitable remonstrance 
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touching their dissolute adornments, together 
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The translator states that the initials •' F. A. E. M." 
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Etchings. See Duesseldorf; — Representative. 

Ethelwold. See Breck. 

Ethics. See Batchelor ; — Cabous ; — Fair- 
bairn; — Wilson, J. M. 

Ethiopian language. See Praetorius. 

Ethnology. See Rosny. 

Eton college. See L'Estrange. 

Euchre. See Keller. 

Euripides. Alcestis and other plays. Trans, 
into English verse by R. Potter. London, 1887. 
[Morley's universal library.] Sm. 8°. 2978.72 

Europe. See Callan; — Dilke; — Glisan; — 

Eustathius, bishop of Antioch. See Texte 

Evolution. See Powell. 

Examination papers. See Skeat. 

Exodus of Israel. iSce Forster, C. 

Exquemelin, Alexandre O. Histoire des flibus- 
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A considerably abridged edition. 

Eye. See Motais ; — Stevens ; — Wiener. 

Eyma, Louis Xavier. Les amoureux de la 
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Eyssenhardt, Franz R., ed. Mittheilungen 
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Contents. — i . Aafio(r»ci'ou AtaJdxov 'Airopiai xal Auo-eif <I? 
Tov ll\a.T<avoi TlapiieviSriv 'avri.TTapaTeiv6titvai TOi? «i'? avTOc xiiro- 
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' Nachrichten eines Englanders Uber Holstein, Hamburg, 
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inquisidores de Toledo). 4. Hamburg im vorigen Jahrhun- 
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secretas admoniciones para particulares personas oe nuestra 
compaiiia, traduzidas de Latin en Romance; Carta de la 
Vniversidad de Salamanca & la de Scvilla, pidiendole se 
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Fables. See Avianus. 

Fabliaux. See Montaiglon. 

Faden, William. The marches of Lord Corn- 
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Fagan, Louis. The Reform club : its founders 
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Faguet, Emile. Etudes littdraires sur le dix- 
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Contents. — Chateaubriand; Lamartine; Alfred deVigny; 
Hugo; Alfred de Musset; Gauticr; Mifrim^; Michelet; 
George Sand ; Balzac. 




Pairbaim, Robert B. Of the doctrine of mo- 
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Fairbanks, Albert C, and Cole, William A. 
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Fairy tales. See Sammlung (Maass). 

Family physician, The. By physicians 
and surgeons of the principal London hos- 
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Famham descents from Henry iii. and the 
subsequent kings of England. Cavan, i860. 4". 


Fairer, Edmund. The church heraldry of 
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Farriery. See Miles. 

Fathers of the Church. See Schaff; — 

Fauna und Flora des Golfes von Neapel und 
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CoHttntt. - 1 J. Berthnld, G. : Die Cryptonemiacecn des 
Golfrs von Neapel und der anijrenzenden Meeres-AbschniUe. 
13. Brandt, C. : Die kcloniebildenden Radiol.irien (Sphaero- 
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Faust, Johannes. See Hedderwick ; — Walsh, 
W. S. 

Fences. See Martin, G. A. 

Ferdinand & Elmira; a Russian story. By a 
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Speculator, and Amelia. Baltimore, 1804. 16°. 


Ferguson, James. Robert Ferguson the plot- 
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Ferguson, Robert, non-conformist. See Fer- 
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Femand-Michel, Francois F. Les grands vins. 
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Field, Benjamin Rush. Medical thoughts of 
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Field. Eugene. Culture's garland ; being mem° 

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• f,- i*' Charles. Une grammaire latine du xin« si^cle, extraite des manuscrits 

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Figuier, Guillaume Louis. Les chemins^de 
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Filhol, Antoine M. Galerie du MuSTde 
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M ' coinplette du 

j *'iiMc«. d'ainateurs et 

The fir»t nine iivralsons of the text vi?ei» h,. a <- 

Finck, Henry T. Romantic love and per- 
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Fine arts (including finely illustrated works). 
See American art ; — Artistic ; — Baxter ; — Bon- 
naffi6; — Bonnar; — Chesneau ; — Dieulafoy ; — 
Dohme; — Duesseldorf; — Filhol; — Fuller; — 
Furtwaengler; — Gu^deonow; — Hodgson ; — In- 
ventaire ; — Monkhouse ; — Museo ; — Perrot ; — 
Racinet; — Representative; — Solvay; — South 
Kensington ; — Volkswirthschaftliche (Lessing). 
Fishery question. See Canada. Parliament ; 
— Woodbury. 

Fitzgerald, Percy H. A day's tour. A journey 

through France and Belgium. London, 1887. 

Illus. Sm. 40. 6262.82 

Fitzpatrick, William J, Who wrote the Waver- 

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Flaubert, Gustave. Correspondance. le serie. 

Paris, 1887. 12°. 46593.68 

Flight, Walter. A chapter in the history of 

meteorites. London, 1887. Illus. 8°. 38603.69 

Flowers. See Botan y ; — Skeldi ng ; — S trohm. 

Fodder. See Duthie. 

Folk lore. See Carnoy ; — Dasent ; — English 
dialect society (Swainson) ; — Gaster; — Hee- 
ger; — Madan. 

Folksongs. vS^eRolland; — Spanish. 
Folk tales. See Popular tales. 
Fonvielle, Wilfred de. La mesure du metre. 
Dangers et aventures des savants qui I'ont deter- 
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Food. See Battershall ; — See. 
Ford, Horace A. The theory and practice of 
archery. New ed., revised and re-written by 
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Forest. .See Brown, J. C. ; — U. S. State de- 

Forneron, Henri, editor. Louise de Keroualle, 
duchess of Portsmouth, 1649-1734; or, how the 
Duke of Richmond gained his pension. Com- 
piled from state papers in the archives of the 
French foreign office. With portraits, facsimile 
letter, etc. London, 1887. 8". 4652.59 

Forster, Charles. * Israel in the wilderness'; 
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With an essay on the true date of Korah's rebel- 
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Forster, Thomas G. Unanswerable logic; a 
series of spiritual discourses, given through the 
mediumship of T. G. Forster. Boston, 1887. 
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Forte family. [The pedigree of the descend- 
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No. 4 in *4335.ii3 

Foster, John O. Life and labors of Mrs. 

Maggie Newton Van Cott, the first lady licensed 

to preach in the Methodist episcopal church in 

the United States. Cincinnati, 1872. Portrait. 




Foster, Joseph. Pedigree of Sir Josslyn Pen- 
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Founding. See Hasluck. 

Four sons of Aymon. See Early English text 

Framingham, Massachusetts. See Temple. 

France, Hector. John Bull's army from a 
French point of view. London, 1887. Sm. 8°. 




France. Assemblie nationale. Annales du 
S^nat et de la Chambre des d^piit^s. Nouvelle 
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D^bats et documents parlementaires. Re- 
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ao<it 1884. Paris, 1884. 4°. ♦6653.3 

Chambre des dipuils. Annales. D^bats 

parlementaires. Nouvelle s^rie. T. 1-18. Ii 
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Tables analytiques des Annales, 3e legis- 
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pr^c^dde des listes des deputes. Paris, 1886. 4°. 


Senat. Annales. Debats parlementaires. 

Nouvelle sdrie. T. 1-17. 11 Jan. 1881-18 d^c. 

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— Ministhre des finances. Bulletin de statis- 
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Correspondance des contr61eurs g^neraux 

des finances, avec les intendants des provinces, 
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— Ministere des posies et des tiUgrafhes. An- 
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Hampton court palace. See Law, E. 

Hampton Lane family memorial. Reprint of 
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Lushington, Vernon. Shakespeare. An ad- 
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Lutaud, Auguste. M. Pasteur et la rage. Ex- 
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North Carolina. Geological and natural his- 
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Northamptonshire notes & queries, a quarterly 
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Norton, A. Tiffany. History of Sullivan's 
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Nuovo giardin d'amore, II. L'arte di farsi 
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Official proceedings at the dedication of the 
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Ohio. .S^e Orton ; — Shepherd, H. A. 

Ohio archteological and historical quarterly. 
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This periodical contains stories, poetry, etc., relative to 
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Old settlers' society of Muscatine county, 
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O'Neil, Charles A. The American electoral 
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Onffroy de Thoron, Don Enrique, vicomte. La 
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O'Shea, Henry. La maison basque. Notes 
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Owen, Edmund. The surgical diseases of chil- 
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Owens college, Manchester, England. Studies 
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Oxon, M. A.., pseud. See Moses, William S. 

Oyster. See Connecticut. 

Pacific states. See Bancroft. 

Paget, Violet. Juvenilia : being a second 
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Palgrave, Mary E. Pictorial geography of the 
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Papillon, Alexander F. W. Memoirs of Thomas 
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Paris. See Barron ; — Belleforest ; — Cholet ; 
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Parker, John L., and Carter, Robert G. Henry 
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Parker, Matthew. See University of Cam- 

Parkes, Samuel H. Unfinished worlds. A 
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Parmentier, Jacques. A short history of the 
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Parnell, Charles S. See Moore, G. 

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Pasteur, Louis. See Lutaud ; — Suzor. 

Pastoral theology. See Diegel. 

Patents. See Brodix ; — Great Britain. 

Pathomachia: or, the battell of affections. 
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Patton, Arthur St. George. Modern history. 
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Peapack, New Jersey. Reformed church. See 
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Pearce, Thomas, vicar of Morden. The dog; 
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Pearse, Mark G. Some aspects of the blessed 
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Vol. F 2. A preliminary report on the pa- 
laeontology of Perry county. By E. W. Clavpole. 


Vol. G 7. The geology of the Susquehanna 
river region in the six counties of Wyoming, 
Lackawanna, Luzerne, Columbia, Montour, and 
Northumberland. By I. C. White. *7868.50.G7 

Vol. H 7. A revision of the bituminous coal 
measures of Clearfield county. By H. M. Chance. 

♦7868.50. H 7 

Vol. I 4. Geological report on Warren county 
and the neighboring oil regions, with additional 
oil well records. By J. F. Carll. *7868.50.I 4 

Vol. K 4. Report on the coal mines of the 
Monongahela river region, from the West-Vir- 
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mines on the lower Youghiogheny river. By J. 
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*7868.5o.K 4 

Vol. P. Description of the coal flora of the 
carboniferous formation in Pennsylvania and 
throughout the United States. By Leo Lesquer- 
eux. 3 v. in 2. *7868.5o.P 

Vol. PPP. Ceratiocaridae from the upper 
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Vol. T 3. The geology of Huntingdon county. 
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Vol. T 4. The geology of Centre county, by 
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Appendix B. Observations on the geological 
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Vol. X. A geological hand atlas of the sixt}'- 
seven counties of Pennsylvania, embodying the 
results of the field work of the survey, from 1874 
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Vol. Z. Report on the terminal moraine in 
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a map of Pennsylvania showing the glaciated 
region, photographic views of the moraine, and 
page plate maps and sections. By H. C. Lewis. 
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Perring, Sir Philip. Hard knots in Shak- 
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Philbrick and Philbrook families. See Chap- 
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Pie, Louis F. D. E., cardinal. See Baunard. 

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Pilinski, Adam. Les neuf preux, reproduits 
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Poets, The, and poetry of America. A satire. 
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Porcelain. 5ee Jacquemart. 

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Postage stamps. See Tiffany. 

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Quekett club-man. A, /5c«rf. My microscope 
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— Romeo and fuliet. Tragedie de Shakspeare. 
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Shaw, Henry. The decorative arts, ecclesias- 
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— Illuminated ornaments selected from manu- 
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Sheffield, William P. The mode of altering 
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Simmonds, Peter L. The British roll of hon- 
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Simon, Jules F. Victor Cousin. Paris, 1887. 
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Simonds, Alvan. Memorial of Alvan Simonds, 

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Smith, Andrew M. Brief history of evangeli- 
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Smith, Henry E. The history of Conisbor- 
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Smith, Robert P. Daniel i.-vi. An exposi- 
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Smith, Thomas. Catalogus librorum manu- 
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Smyth, Newman. Christian facts and forces. 
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Solvay, Lucien. L'art espagnol. Paris, 1887. 
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Spencer, Herbert. Principles of sociology. 
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Stickney, Joseph A. A collection of New 
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Stoeckl, Albert. Handbook of the history of 
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Tablettes biographiques, memorial universel 
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Thayer, Eli. The New England emigrant aid 
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Thought. See Wall. 

Thoumas, Charles A. Le general Curtly. 
Itineraire d'un cavalier leger de la grandearmde 
(1793-1815), public d'apres un manuscrit authen- 
tique par le general Thoumas. Paris, 18S7. Por- 
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Thumb Bible. See Taylor, J. 

Thwaites, Reuben G. Biographical sketches 
of Lyman C. Draper [by R. G. Thwaites], and 
Mortimer Melville Jackson [by Consul W. But- 
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Tidy, Charles Meymott The treatment of 
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Tieck, Johann Ludwig. Ausgewahlte Werke. 
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Tiedeman, Christopher G. A treatise on the 
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considered from a civil and criminal standpoint. 
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Tiffany, John K. History of the postage 
stamps of the United States of America. St. 
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Tilden, William S. History of Medfield, Mas- 
sachusetts. 1650-1886 With'genealogies. With 
portraits and engravings. Boston, 1887. 8°. 


Tileston, John. See Colesworthy. 

Tileston, Mary W., editor. Heroic ballads. 
Selected by the editor of " Quiet hours." Illus. 
Boston, 1887. 12°. 4564.100 

Identical with " Classic heroic ballads" [25603.69]. 

Tissandier, Gaston. Bibliographic a^ronau- 
tique. Paris, 1887- L. 8°. *2i70.34 

Tit-bits of American humour. N. Y. [18S7.] 
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Tit-bits of Scottish humour. N. Y. [18S7.] 
240. 4579a. 103 

Tobacco, See Taylor, P. M. 

Todhunter, Isaac. Key to Mechanics for be- 
ginners. London, 1885. Sm. 8°. 3948.89 

— Mechanics for beginners. With examples. 
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Tofte, Robert. Alba. The month's minde of 
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Tolstoi, Lyof N., count. Derniferes nouvelles. 
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— My confession and The spirit of Christ's 
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— Que faire? Premiere traduction francjaise 
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— Polikouchka. Traduit par E. Halp^rine. 4e 
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— What to do > Thoughts evoked by the census 
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Toombs, Robert. See ]ones, C. C, Jr. 
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Torstenson, Lennart, count of Orlanta. See 
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Tosi, Pier F. Observations on the florid song; 
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Towne family. See Hubbard. 

Treat, Samuel. Proceedings of the St. Louis 
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Trotter, Ernest B. The church of England : 
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Tuckerman, Arthur L. A short history of 
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Tuke, Henry. The principles of religion, as 
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Tunis. See Lanessan ; — Leroy-Beaulieu; — 
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Turkey. See Testa. 

Turner, Charles J. Ribton. A history of va- 
grants and vagrancy and beggars and begging. 
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Turner, Joseph W. Novel musical grammar. 
East Boston, 1887. 16°. 80493.30 

Turning. See Hasluck. 

Tusser, Thomas. Tusser redivivus : being part 
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Tuthill, William B. Interiors and interior de- 
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Tweed family. See Walker. B. 

Twining, Richard. Selections from papers of 
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"The recreations and studies of a country cler^roan " 
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Two rare tracts relating to the State of New 
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to northern and western New York. (1632.) A 
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Tychomirov, Lyof. Conspirateurs et policiers. 
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Tyler, Moses C. Patrick Henry, Boston, 
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Tyler, Ransom H. Oswego county fifty years 
ago. Address before the Old settlers' associa- 
tion, at Mexico, August 21st, 1879. Fulton, 
N. Y., 1880. 8°. No. II in ^4219.59 

Tymms, T. Vincent. The mystery of God. A 
consideration of some intellectual hindrances to 
faith. 2d ed. N. Y., 1887. 8°. 3430-57 

Tynan, Katharine. Shamrocks. [Poems.] 
London, 1887. Sm. 8°. 4566.100 

Tyrol. See Lindner. 

Tyrwhitt, Walter S. S. The new chum in the 
Queensland bush. Oxford. [1887?] Sm. 8°. 


Umfrevilles, The : their ancestors and descend- 
ants. [Clapham. S., 185-.''] 4°. *2434.62 

Unclaimed money. See British American. 

Underbill, George F. Literary epochs : chap- 
ters on noted periods of intellectual activity. 
London, 1887. Sm. 8". 6198.17 

Underwood, Francis H. A handbook of Eng- 
lish history based on the lectures of the late M. 
J. Guest and brought down to 1880. With a 
supplementary chapter upon English literature 
of the nineteenth century, with maps, tables, etc. 
Boston, 1886. 12". 4519.100 

Unionist party in Great Britain. S6e Dicey. 

United States. Board of commissioners for 
carrying into effect the sixth article of the treaty 
[favs of I7g4]. Sundry resolutions and pro- 
ceedings, in cases before the Board. Phila., 
1799. Sm. 4°. *44i7-87 

— Bureau of education. Art and industry. 
Education in the industrial and fine arts in the 
United States. By I. E. Clarke. Part i. Draw- 
ing in public schools. Washington, 1885. 8°. 

*559i-77; 5591-78 

— Bureau of navigation. Catalogue of charts, 
plans, sailing directions, and other publications 
of the United States hydrographic office. Janu- 
ary, 1887. Washington, 1887. Maps. 8°. 


— Bureau of refugees, freedmen, and aban- 
doned lands. Annual report of [the] commis- 
sioner, made to the secretary of war, 1865, 67-70, 
Washington, 1865-70. 8°. *4324.I07 

— Civil service commi.<:sion. Annual report, 
ist-3d. Washington, 18S4-86. 8°. ♦C.278.19 

Also the 3d ed. of the 1st and 2d report, and the 3d ed. of 
the 3d. 

— Ens^ineer department. See Newton. 




— Geological survey, y. W- Powell, director. 
Annual report, 5th, 6th. Washington, 1885. 
Plates. Illus. 4". *7870.55.5,6 

Contents. — 5. Report of the director; Administrative re- 
ports; The topofjraphic features of lake shores, b»" G. K. 
Gilbert; The requisite and qualifyint^ conditions of artesian 
xvells, bv T. C. Chaiiiberlin ; Preliminary paper on an in- 
vestigation of the archsean formations of'the Northwestern 
states, by R. D. Irvinji; The gigantic mammals of the order 
Dinocerati, by O. C. Marsh ; Existing glaciers of the United 
States, bv I. C. Russell; Sketch of paleobotany, by L. F. 
Ward. i>. Report of the director; Administrative reports; 
Mount Taylor and the Zuni plateau, bv C. E. Diitton; Pre- 
liminary paper on the driftless area of the upper Mississippi 
valley, by T.C. Chamberlin and R. D.Salisbury; Thequan. 
titative determination of silver, by means of the microscope, 
by J. S.Curtis; Preliminary report on sea-coast swamps of 
tfie Eastern United States, by N. S. Shaler; Synopsis of the 
flora of the Laramie group, by L. F. Ward. 

Bulletins, vol. 4, 5. [Nos. 24-36.] Wash- 
ington, 1885, 86. 8°. *7872.55.4,5 

Contents. — Vol. 4, No. 34. Dall, W. H. : List of marine 
mollusca, comprising thequaternary fossils and recent forms 
from American localities between Cape Hatteras and Cape 
Roque, including the Bermudas. 25. Bitrnes, P.: The 
present technical condition of the steel industry of the 
United States. 26. Howe, H. M. : Copper smelting. 27. 
Report of work done in the division of chemistry and phy- 
sics mainly during the fiscal year 1884/85. 28. Williams, 
G. H.: The gabbros and associated hornblende rocks oc- 
curring in the neighborhood of Baltimore, Md. 29. White, 
C. A. : Oti the fresh-water invertebrates of the North Ameri- 
can Jurassic. 30. Wolcott, C. D. : Second contribution to 
the studies on the Cambrian faunas of North America. 
Vol. 5, No. 31. Scudder, S. H. : Systematic review of our 
present knowledge of fossil insects, including niyriapods 
and arachnids. 32. Peale, A. C. : Lists and analyses of the 
mineral springs of the United States. 33. Diller, J. S. : 
Notes on the geology of Northern California. 34. White, 
C. A.: On the relation of the Laramie molluscan fauna to 
that of the succeeding fresh-water eocene and other groups. 
J5. Barus, C. and Strouhal, V. : Physical properties of the 
iron-carburets. 36. Barus, C. : Subsidence of line solid par- 
ticles in liquids. 

— National museum. Bulletin. No. 23-26. 
Washington, 1883-85. Portrait. Illus. 8°. 


Contents. — tin. 33. Scudder, N. P.: Bibliographies of 
American naturalists. 2. The published writings of Isaac 
Lea. 24. Yarrow, H. C. : Check list of North American 
reptilia and batrachia, with caUilogue of specimens in U. S. museum. 25. Jones, J. M. and Goode, G. B. : 
Contributions to the natural history of the Bermudas. Vol. i. 
a6._ Coues, E., and Prentiss, D. VV. : Avifauna Columbiana : 
being a list of birds ascertained to inhabit the district of 
Columbia. 2d cd. 

— Ordnance bureau. ( War.) Notes on the 
construction of ordnance. No. 20-22, 2^, 26. 
[Washington, 1883, 84.] F°. *395oa.50 

Ordnance notes. No. 1-357. [Washing- 
ton, 1879-S4.] F°. *395o.25 

The Library has received the above papers on various 
topics connected with military art and science. Some 
numbers are missing. All have been catalogued and their 
titles can be in the Card catalogue. 

— State department. A list of books received 
at the Library. July, 1886-August, 18S7. With 
references to international treaties and articles 
on subjects relative to the law of nations and 
diplomacy in magazines received during the 
same period. No. i-io. [Washington, 1886, 
87.] Sm. 8°. *2i86.i3 

Beginning with Jan., 1887, these title lists arc monthly. 

Consular reports. Forestry in Europe. 

Reports from the consuls of the United States. 
Washington. 1887. Plates. %°. *5843.7 

Index to the consular reports No. i 

to 59 fi88o-i8S5). [By W. C. Ford.] Wash- 
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— Treasury department. Combined state- 
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ent and actual) of the United States for the fiscal 
year ended June 30, 18S6. [Washington. 1886.] 
4°. *764oa.i4 

Report of the secretary of the treasury on 

the collection of duties. [Washington, 18S7.] 8°. 


Statement of the public debt of the United 

States. Feb., April-Dec 1873; Feb., 1874-June, 
1877; Aug., 1877-April, 1880; June. i8So-June, 
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— War department. War of the rebellion : a 
compilation of the official record of the Union 
and Confederate armies. Series i, vol. 18, 19, 
part I. 18. Operations in North Carolina and 
Southeastern Virginia. Aug. 20, 1862-June 3, 
1863. 19, part I. 2. Operations in Northern 
Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Penn- 
sylvania. Sept. 3-N0V. 14, 1862. Washington, 
1887. *4223. 50.18,19 

— Biography. See Lossing. 

— Electoral system, i'ee O'Neil. 

— History, etc. See Aveling; — Harris, W. 
T. ; — Irelan. 

Revolution. See Burton, J. ; — Faden ; — 

Gardiner; — Ladies'; — New York. Secretary 
of state : — Norton ; — Stone, E. M- 

War of 1812. See Abbot- 

Civil -war. See Allen, G. H.; — Craw- 
ford ; — Ellis. E. S. ; — Johnson, R. U. ; — Jones, 
C. C, jr. ; — Logan ; — Parker; — Scharf; — 
State; — U. S. War department ; — Waddell. 

United States military academy, West Point. 
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I, 1886. {^Appended, List of cadets admitted 
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Universal-Bibliothek. [B. 225, 230-234] Er- 
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Sittengemalde aus der ersten Halfte des fiinfzehnten Jahr- 
hunderts. GoUsthall, Rudolf von: Der Spion von Rheins- 
berg. Lustspiel. .Schoenthan, P. vnn : Kindermund. Aus- 
spriiche und Scenen aus dem Kinderleben. Katscher, L. : 
Aus England. Bilder und Skizzen. Voss, R. : Alexandra. 
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Lieder. Herausg. von O. \. Lachmann. Cicero, M. T. : 
Ausgewahlte Reden. 5tes B. Aus dem Lateinischen mit 
Einlcilung und Erlauterung von Dr. Rahse. Bernstein, 
M.: Ein Kuss, Plauderei. Rilter Blaubart, Lustspiel. 
Potiechin, N. : Die Schlinge des Schicksals. Drama. Nach 
dem Russischen von L. Stein und S. Markos. Dumas, A. D. : 
Die schwarze Tulpe. Historischer Roman. Deutsch von 
H. Meerholz. Justinus, O. : Griechisches Feuer. Lustspiel 
unter Benutzung einer About'schen Novelle. Kuehne-Har- 
kort, Henriette. Lebende Bilder. Anicet-Bourgeois, Au- 
guste, and Dennery, A. P. : Die Gebieterin von St. Tropez. 
Schauspiel. Frei nach dem Franzbsischen bearbeitet von D. 
Schrutz. [B. 231.] Heine, Heinrich : Neue Gedichte. Her- 
ausg. von O. F. Lachmann. Justinus, O. : Die Ehestifterin. 
Lustspiel. Gontsharof, Ivan A. : Der Absturz. Roman. Frei 
n:ich dem Russischen von W. Goldschmidt. Girndt, O. : 
Am andernTage. Lustspiel. Franklin, B. : Leben, von jhm 
selbst beschrieben. Deutsch von K. Miiller. Vis^khadatta. 
Mudr.inikschasa, oder des Kanzlers Siegelring. Ein indi- 
sches Drama. Aus dem Sanskrit und metrisch ins Deut- 
sche iibersetzt von L. Fritze. Klingner, L. : Ludwig der 
Zwcite, Konig von Baycrn. Lebenshild. [B. 232.] Heine, 
Heinrich. Romanzero. Herausg. von O. F. Lachmann. 
Crainm, B. von ; Schliltenreclil. Lustspiel. Krueger, J. : 
Lamm und Lowe. Lustspiel von A. Schreiber (J. Kriiger). 
Herausg. von C. F. Wittmann. Torelli-Torriani, Maria. 
Italieni^che Kleinstadter und andere Erzahlungen von der 
Marchesa Colombi [/».««<t/.]. Frei aus dtm Italienischen 
iibersetzt von A. Cnurth. Katsclier, L. : China. Skiz- 
zen und Bilder. Lohmever, J. : Der Stammhalter. Schwank. 
Poetzl, E. ; Kriminal-Humoresken. Skizzen und Typen ' 



aus den Wiener GerichtssHI^n, drittes B. Zschokke, J. 
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tB. 2.y.] Heine, H.: Atta Troll, ein Sommernachtstraum. 
>eutschland, ein VVintcrmarchen. Herausg-. von O. F. Lach- 
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kampf. Lustspiel nach Scribe von Olfers. Herausg. von 
C. F. Wittmann. Plutarchus: Vergleichende Lebensbe- 
schreibuntren. Oberselzt von J, F. S. Kaltwasser. Neu 
herausg. O. Giithling. ler B. Jacobson, Eduard : Ein 
gemachter Mann. Posse mit Gesang. Mallachow, C, and 
Eisner. O. : Papa's Liebschaft. Schwank. Michel, Marc A. 
A., called Marc-Michel, and Labiche, E. M. : Ein reizbarer 
Kerr. Schwank. Bearbeitet von Wittmann und Simon. 
Balzac, H. de : Vater Goriot. Pariser Lebensbilder. Ober- 
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Zeitalter Ludwigs xiv. Deutschvon R. Habs. Schoenthan, 
F. von : Kleine Humoresken von Franz von Schonthan und 
Paul von Schonthan. 4tes B. Ibsen, H. : Rosmersholm. 
Schauspiel. Aus dem Norwegischen von A. Zinck. 

University of California, Berkeley. College 
of agriculture. Reports [biennial] of the pro- 
fessor in charge. 1881-87. Sacramento, 1880- 
87. 8°. *7995-25 

The later reports are largely devoted to viticulture. 

University of Cambridge. Catalogus librorum 
manuscriptorum quos collegio Corporis Christi 
et B. Mariae Virginis legavit Matthaeus Parker. 
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University of Paris. See Cholet ; — Muenster. 

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University of Wisconsin, Madison. Agricul- 
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Urethra. See Cyclopaedia. 

Vachon, Marius. Philibert de L'Orme. Paris. 
[1887.] Illus. [Les artistes c^lebres.] Sm. 4°. 


Vagina. See Cyclopaedia. 

Vagrancy. See Turner, C. J. R. 

Valaoritis, Aristoteles Moschos. Athanase 
Diakos, poeme. Dame Phrosyne, poeme dra- 
matique. Traduits pour la premiere fois en 
frangais. Par J. Blancard. Paris, 1886. [Biblio- 
theque grecque elzevirienne. Collection de 
poemes n^o-helleniques.] 18°. 5078.19 

— Poemes patriotiques. Traduits pour la pre- 
miere fois en fran9ais. Par J. Blancard. Avec 
une notice surla vie et les oeuvres d'A. Valaori- 
tis, par le M'** de Qiieux de Saint-Hilaire. Paris, 
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Vallat, Gustave. Etude sur la vie & les oeuvres 
de Thomas Moore. Suivie d'une bibliographic. 
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Valles, — , baron de los. The career of Don 
Carlos, since the death of Ferdinand the seventh : 
a chapter in the history of Charles the fifth by 
his aid-de-camp, the baron de los Valles. Lon- 
don, 1835. Portraits. 8°. 5095.52 

Valmy, France. See Chuquet. 

Van Cott, Maggie, nke Newton. See Foster, 

Van Dyke, Henry J., jr. The story of the 
Psalms. N. Y., 1887. 12°. 5434.52 

Vases. See Furtwaengler. 

Vass, Lachlan C. History of the Presbyte- 
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of early ecclesiastical affairs in eastern North 
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Bern, N.C. Richmond, Va., 1886. ' Portrait. 
Plates. 8°. *3545.6a 

Vatican library. See Muentz. 


Vedel, Emil. Bornholms OldtidsminderogOld- 
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Velocity of light. See Sammlung (Schlegel). 

Venice. See Brown, H. F. 

Ventilation. See Morrison. 

Venzati, Palmerino, conte. Querele d'Aminta 
del conte Palmerino Venzati, scrittore del secolo 
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Verdi, Giuseppe. See Macchetta. 

Verein fiir hansische Geschichte. Hansisches 
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Verne, Jules. Nord contra sud. ire partie. 
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4660b. 16 

V6ron, Eugfene. Eugene Delacroix. Paris. 
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Veterinary art. See Law, J. 

Veuillot, Louis. Les lihres penseurs. 7e ^d. 
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Victoria, queen. See Ward. 

Victoria, Australia. See Hayter. 

Vieilleville, Fran9ois de Sc^paux, sire de. See 

Vignon, Louis. La France dans I'Afrique du 
nord. Algdrie et Tunisie. Paris, 1887. Maps. 8°. 


Virgilius Maro, Publius. Bvcolica : Aeneis : 
Georgica. The greater poems of Virgil. Edited 
by J. B. Greenough. Boston, 1887. 2 v. Illus. 
12°. 2928.64 

Vischer, Peter. See Sammlung (Bauer). 

Visitations, Heraldic. See Crisp ; — Ryley ; 
— White, C. H. E. 

Vogiie, Eugfene M., vicomte de. The Russian 
novelists. Trans, by Jane L. Edmands. Boston. 
[1887.] 12°. 3060.34 

Pages 273-27S contain A list of English translations from 
the Russian. 

Voice. See Ross. 

Volapvik. See Seret. 

Volkswirthschaftliche Zeitfragen. Jahrgang 
7-9. Berlin, 18S5-87. 3 v. in 2. 8". *3562-53-7-9 

Contents. — Jzhrgving 7. Heft i. Bunsen, G. von : 
Friedrich Kapp. Gedachtnissrede gehaltcn am 10. Januar 
1885. 2, 3. Lessing, Julius:. Was 1st ein altes Kunstwerk 
werth? 4. Lammers, A.: Offentliche Kinder-Fiirsorge. 
5. Weigert, M. : Die Krisisdes Zwischenhandels. 6. Baum- 
bach, C. : Der Normal-ArbeitsUg. 7, 8. Fitgcr, E. : Die 
Seehafen Englands und ihre Ausriistung mit RUcksicht 
auf die Hafenb.auten beini Zollanschluss Hamburgs und 

Jahrgang 8. Heft i. Eras, Wolfgang, H. : Das Brannt- 
vireia-Monopnl. 2. Br.aun-Wiesbaden, C. : Die Kolonisa- 
tions-Bestrebungen der modernen europaischen V'olker und 
Staaten. 3. Bamberger, L. : Die social istische Gefahr. 
4. Marcus, V.: Die Seehafen im heutigen Weltverkehr. 
5 6. Dorn, Alexander, Bitter von : Der \virthschaftliche 
Werth des Geschmacks. 7, S. Jastrow, J. : Uber Welthan. 
delsstrassen in der Geschichte des Abendlandes. 

Jahrgang 9. Heft i. Lasson, A.: Armenwesen und 
Armenrecht. 2., Wolfgang H. : Die Organis.-ition des 
Binnenschifffahrts-Betriebes. 3. Lessing,!.: Handarbeit. 
4. Barth, T. : Amerikanisches Wirthschaftsleben. 5. Baum- 
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Voyage en Espagne d'un ambassadeur maro- 
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Waddell, Jos. A. Annals of Augusta county, 
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Waddington, Samuel, editor. English son- 
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Wagner, H. Fiihrer ins Reich der Crypto- 
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Waite, Arthur E. The real history of the 
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Waite, Morrison R. Addresses at the unveil- 
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Waring, Charles. State-purchase of railways. 
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White, Thomas P. The ordnance survey of 
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Whitelock, William. The life and times of 
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Wiener Klinik. Jahrgang 12. Wien, i886. 8". 


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Wilkmson, John Frome. The Blackley Na- 
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Willey, Henry. An introduction to the study 
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William I., emperor of Germany. See May- 
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William Salt archaeological society, Stafford^ 
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Williamson, Joseph. Brigadier-general Samuel 
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Willington, J. Waldyve. Eternal scenes from 
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Wilson, Edward L. Wilson's quarter century 
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Winslow, Forbes. Physic and physicians : a 
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Winter, Pixey, pseud., and Boy, Letitia, pseud. 
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Woodford, James R., bishop of Ely. Sermons. 
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Woodforde, Francis C. An etymological index 
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Worms, Emile. De la liberty d'association au 
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Worthington, Arthur M. A first course of 
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Wright, Thomas, and Jones, Harry Longue- 
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Wuellner, Adolph. Lehrbuch der Experi- 
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DieMessungpsychischer Vorgange; DicThicrpBychologie; 
Gefijhl und Vorstellung; Der Ausdruck der Goiiiiithsbe- 
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Wyclif, John. De compositione hominis. For 
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Wyld, James, publisher. Wyld's Abyssinia, 
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Wyman, Henry A. The theatres. Summary 
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Yale college. Astronomical observatory. Trans- 
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8°. *7920.30 

Contents. — Researches with the heliometer. Determina- 
tion of the relative positions of the principal stars in the 
group of the Pleiades, by W. L. Elkin. 

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Year-book, The, of Australia for 1886. 5th 
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Yeats, John. The growth and vicissitudes of 
commerce in all ages. With charts of caravan 
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— Recent and existing commerce. With sta- 
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Zeitschrift fiir aegyptische Sprache und Alter- 
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Zeitschrift fiir die chemische Industrie. Her- 
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Shelf- numbers prefixed with •♦ represent volumes in the Bowditch collection; the others, volumes in the g;eneral 

Adrian, Theodor. Ueber Projectivitats- und 
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Airy, Osmund. Geometrical optics. London, 
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Alberi, Eugenio. De Galilei Galileii circa 
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Aldis, William S. A text book of algebra. 
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Hug; — Loomis; — Matthiessen ; — Mitterpacher ; 
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History of algebra. See Heath. 

Modern higher algebra. See Burnside; — 
Clebsch ; — Fak de Bruno ; — Fiedler ; — Gordan ; 

— Kronecker 

A116gret, — . 
nions de M. W. 

M^ray; — Salmon ; — Schle- 

Essai sur le calcul des quater- 
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Almanacs. See De Morgan. 

American journal of mathematics, pure and 

applied. Published under the auspices of the 

Johns Hopkins university. Vol. 1-9. Baltimore, 

1878-1887. Plates. 4°. ** 

Duplicates of Vols. i-S may be found on shelf no. 

Analyst, The. A journal of pure and applied 
mathematics. Edited and published by J. E. 
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[18741-1883. 8°. *59i3-52; **5092.57 

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Anderson, William. On the conversion of 
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series.] Sm. 8". **5o89a.62 

Angle, trisection of the. See Montucla. 

Angles, division of. See Dexter. 

Anti-logarithms. See Prytz. 

Aratus Solensis. The Phainomena or ' Heav- 
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Plate. 'Map. 4°. **E. 190.25 

Archimedes. Opera omnia cum commentariis 
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MDCCCLXXX, MDCCCLXXXI. 3 V. l6°. **50I9a.89 

Aristarchus, of Samos. De magnitvdinibvs, et 
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Figures. 8°. . ♦♦5019.91 

Arithmetic. See Bardey ; — Donkin ; — Frege ; 

— Lorenz; — Malcolm; — Nicomachus; — 
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Commercial arithmetic. See Baerlocher. 

Physical arithmetic. See Macfarlane. 

Association g^oddsique Internationale. Unifica- 
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Asteroids. See Kirkwood. 

Astronomy. See Bailey; — Ball ; — Chambers; 

— Fortschritte; — Great Britain; — Grue}'; — 
Houzeau ; — Israel - Holtzwart ; — Jordan. W. ; — 
Keindorff ; — Kepler; — Langley ; — Littrow ; — 
Maedler; — Peters; — Smyth; — Tischner. 

History of astronomy. See Autolycus; — 

Nautical astronomy. See Definitions ; — Lums- 
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Practical astronomy. See Doolittle ; — Main. 

Spherical astronomy. See Chauvenet;— Herr; 

— Main. 

Attractions. See Pratt. 

August, Ernst F. Zur Kenntniss der geome- 
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Autolycus. De sphaera quae movetur liber, De 
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Bacharach, Max. Abriss der Geschichte der 
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Bachet, Claude G. Problfemes plaisants et 
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Bachmann, Paul G. H. Die Lehre von der 
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Contents. — \. Gemeine Arithmetik; Allgemeine Arith- 
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Bardey, Ernst. Algebraische Gleichungen 
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**E. 1903.43 

— Methodisch geordnete Aufgabensammlung 
mehr als 8000 Aufgaben enthaltend iiber alle 
Teile der Elementar- Arithmetik. I2te Aufl. 
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— Zur Formation quadratischer Gleichungen. 
Leipzig, 1884. 8<>. **5oi8.63 

Barlow, William. New theories of matter and 
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Bashforth, Francis. A mathematical treatise 
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the results of experiments made with the author's 
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Basu, K. P. Students' mathematical com- 
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Beau, Otto. Analytische Untersuchungen im 
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Beer, Wilhelm, and Maedler, Johann H. von. 
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Berger, A. Sur quelques applications de la 
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Bernoulli's numbers. See Staudt. 

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Sm 8°. ♦♦50193.83 

— Notes on roulettes and glissettes. Cam- 
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Sm. 8°. ♦♦5029.102 

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Beuckc, Carl H. Die geodatischen Linien 
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Bl3nchet, A. Solutions raisonnees des pro- 
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Bohn, C. Die Landmessung. Ein Lehr- und 
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Bourguet, L. Developpement en series des 
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Boussinesq, Valentin Joseph. Application 
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— Cours d'analyse infinit^simale, a I'usagedes 
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ses applications mecaniques et physiques. T. i. 
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Contents. — i. Calcul differentiel : Partie ilementaire; 

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Bretschneider, Carl A. Die Geometric und 
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Breusing, A. Die Nautik der Alten. Bremen, 
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Calculus of variations. See Carll; — Jellett; 

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Differential calculus. See Boussinesq ; — 
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Carll, Lewis B. A treatise on the calculus of 
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Casey, John. A treatise on the analytical 
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Catalan, Eugene C. Traitd dldmentaire des 
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Cauchy, Augustin L., baron. CEuvres com- 
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Challis, James. Notes on the principles of 
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Chambers, George F. A handbook of descrip- 
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Contents. — i. Spherical astronomy. 2. Theory and use 
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— Same. 5th [University] ed., revised. Phila. 
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Choura, Johann. Leitfaden fur den Unterricht 
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Chronology. See Zucjcermann. 

Chrystal, George. Algebra : an elementary 
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Circle. Division of the circle. See Bach- 

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Clarke, Arthur D. Plane trigonometry for the 
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3939-77; **5oi9-95 

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Coddington, Henry. A treatise on the reflex- 
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Cohen, Hermann. Das Princip der Infinite- 
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Collection de m^moires relatifs a la physique, 
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Part I is of the third edition, the other parts are of the 

Comets. See Marcuse ; — Zoellner. 

Commines de Marsilly, Louis J. A. de. Les 
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Copernicus, an international journal of as- 
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The title on the cover is Urania, which is the title at first 
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Correlation of figures. See Cremona. 

Correspondence of scientific men of the sev- 
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Flamsteed, Wallis, and Newton, printed from 
the originals in the collection of the earl of 
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Coulomb, Charles A. de. Mdmoires. Paris. 

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Craig, Thomas. Elements of the mathemat- 
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Cranz, Carl. Synthetisch-geometrische The- 
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Cremona, Luigi. Elements of projective ge- 
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1885. 8°. ♦♦£. 1903.56 


— Les figures reciproques en statique gra- 
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Cube, duplication of the. iS"^?^ Montucla. 

Culmann, Carl. Die graphische Statik. 2te 
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Curves. See Clebsch ; — Cranz ; — Graefe ; — 
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Czuber, Emanuel. Geometrische Wahr- 
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Daniell, Alfred. A text book of the principles 
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3962.68; ♦♦5082.62 

— Same. 2d ed. London, 1885. 8°. 3962.71 
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Darboux, Gaston. Le9ons sur la theorie ge- 
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1887. 8°. ♦♦£. 200.5 

Contents. — i. Gtoeralitds; Coordonnees cur\'ilignes ; 
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— Sur le probl^me de Pfaff". Paris, 1882. 8°. 


On the integration of partial differential equations. 

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De Morgan, Augustus. The book of almanacs, 
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Descartes, Rene. CEuvres in^dites de Des- 
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Dirksen, Enno H. Organon der gesammten 
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Donkin, Arthur E., and Hodges, Charles H. 
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Doolittle, Charles L. A treatise on practical 
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Dormoy, Emile. Theorie mathematique des 
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Drawing. See Wilme. 

Du Bois-Reymond, Paul. Die allgemeine 
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Duehring, Eugen C, and Duehring, Ulrich. 
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Dupuis, J. Le nombre geometrique de Platon. 
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Eagles, Thomas H. Constructive geometry of 
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Earnshaw. Samuel. The doctrine of germs, 
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Earth, The. See Cheyne, C. H. H. ; — Ritchie. 

Figure of the earth. See Fischer; — Fran- 
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Easton, James G. Factors in algebra discov- 
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Eisenstein, Ferdinand G. M. Mathematische 
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Vortex motion. See Craig; — Thomson, J. J. 

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Contents. — Principe d'une theorie mathematique de 
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duction ;jfequatir ns de la capitalisation et du credit ; Theorie 
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billet de banque; Theorie mathematique du prix des terres 
et de leur rachat par IMtat. 

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ihren vorziiglichsten Anwendungen im Grund- 
riss dargestellt. Mit Holzschnitten. Leipzig, 
1871. 8°. ^^£.2203.54 

Ward, John. The young mathematician's 
guide : being a plain and easy introduction to the 
mathematicks. In five parts. With an appendix 
of practical gauging. 6th ed., corrected ; and new 
tables. London. 1734. Portrait. 8°. ♦♦£. 2203.33 

Warring, C. B. Gyrating bodies. An empirical 
study, illustrated by upwards of fifty figures " from 
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Read before the Scientific section of Vassar brothers' in- 
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Watson, Henry W., and Burbury, Samuel H. 
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uber die Wellen tropibarer Fliissigkeiten mit An- 
wendung auf die Schall- und Lichtwellen. Mit 
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8°; Plates, 4°. ♦♦£.1903.6 

Weierstrass, Carl T. Abhandlungen aus der 
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— Formeln und Lehrsatze zum Gebrauche der 
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Weinnoldt, Ernst. Uber Funktionen. welche 
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Weisse, Maximilian. Positiones mediae stella- 
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Weissenborn, Hermann. Grundziige derana- 
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Entwickelung von Leibniz bis auf Lagrange, als 
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1856. 8". ♦♦£. 1903.37 

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W^est, Emile. Expos^ des m^thodes gen^rales 
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Weyr, Emil. DieElemente derprojectivi.schen 
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Wien, 1883, 87. 8". ♦♦E.2003.60 

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Weyr3uch, Jakob J. Allgemeine Theorie und 
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— Aufgaben zur Theorie elastischer Korper. 
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Whitworth, William A. Trilinear coordinates 
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Wiedemann, Gustav H. Die Lehre von der 
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beitete Aullage der Lehre vom Galvanismus und 
Elektromagnetismus. Mit Holzstichen und Ta- 
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fljichige Gebilde, krumme Linien (crster Teil), 
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Wiese, B., and Lichtblau, W. Sammlung 
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of plane curves, with examples. 4th ed. Lon- 
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Wilme, Benjamin P. A hand-book for plain 
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Witte, Johann H. T. Die Parailelentheorie 
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Wittwer, W. C. Grundziige der Molecular- 
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Witzschel, Benjamin. Grundlinien der neue- 
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der metrischen Verhaltnisse an Systemen von 
Punkten in einer Graden und einer Ebene. Mit 
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3934-54; **5oi5-6i 

Woeckel, Lorenz. Geometric der Aiten in 
einer Sammlung von 856 Aufgaben. Neu bear- 
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1886. 8°. ♦*5o82.42 

Wolff, Christian, Reichsfreiherr von. Der 
Anfangs - GriJndc aller mathematischen Wissen- 

schafften. ErsterTheil, welcher einen Unterricht 
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Wood, James. The principles of mechanics. 
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Wright, I. M. F. Solutions of the Cambridge 
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Wright, T. W. A treatise on the adjustment 
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work and other measures of precision. N. Y., 
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Wright, William J. Trilinear coordinates. 
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higher mathematics. 2.] 8°. 3936.70 

Wrobel, E. Leitfaden der Stereometric nebst 
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Zuckermann, B. Matcrialcn zur Entwicke- 
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Abbot, Willis J. Blue jackets of 1812. A his- 
tory of the naval battles of the second war with 
Great Britain. Prefixed an account of the French 
war of 1798. 274.1 

Abbott, Jacob. Cousin Lucy at play. New ed. 


— Cousin Lucy at study. New ed. 24.3 

— Stories told' to Rollo's cousin Lucy, when 
she was a little girl. 24-5 

Abercromby, Ralph. Weather. [International 
scientific series.] 142.22 

Adams, Charfes F. Dialect ballads. Illus. 

Adams, W. R. Look within for five thousand 
facts that everybody wants to know. 

B.R.Besk 30 
Alcott, Louisa M. A garland for girls. 24.75 

— Lulu's library. [Short stories.] Vol. 3. 
Illus. 17944 

Contains " Flower fables," with some additions. 

Alden, Isabella M. Eighty-seven. By Pansy 
\^ps.eud.\. 2334 

Alger, J. G. The new Paris sketch book. 1663.5 

Allen, F. M. Through green glasses. Andy 
Merrigan's great discovery, and other Irish tales. 
Illus. 24.85 

Allen, Fred H. Young folks' history of the 
Reformation. Illus. loSa.ii 

Allen, Willis B. The northern cross; or, 
Randolph's last year at the Boston Latin school. 
Illus. 24-61 

American art. Illus. A monthly magazine. 
Vol. I. 200.47 




Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy tales and 
stories. Withilliis. by Scandinavian artists. 60.57 

Andrews, Jane. Only a year and what it 
brought. 24.68 

Argles, Margaret. The Duchess. By the 
author of " Phyllis." Portrait. 23-94 

Arnold, Edwin. Lotus and jewel. Containing 
" In an Indian temple," " A casket of gems," 
" A queen's revenge " [from the Sanskrit]. With 
other poems. 1352.27 

Ashton, John. The dawn of the xixth cen- 
tury in England, lllus. 1981.7 

Austin, Airs. "Friend sorrow": an every- 
day story. 24.81 

Austin, George L. The life and times of 
Wendell Phillips. 530-29 

Bach, Cuno. Das Geheimniss von King's 
Norton. Ein Weihnachtsgeschichte. Nach dem 
Englischen von Cuno Bach. [Bachem's Novel- 
len-Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.25 

Bacon, Francis, baron Verulam and viscount 
St. Albans. Moral and historical works. With 
dissertation and notes, by J. Devey. Portrait. 


Bacon, Henry. The dumb betty lamp, and 
other stories. lllus. 23.85 

Badeau, Adam. Grant in peace. A personal 
memoir. lllus. 530.28 

Baker, George M., editor. Irish dialect reci- 
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— Medley dialect recitations : selections in 
German, French, and Scotch. 1398.21 

— Negro dialect recitations. 1398.22 
Balch, Elisabeth. Zorah. A love-tale of mod- 
ern Egypt. 24.26 

Baldwin, James. A story of the golden age. 
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Intended as an introduction to the reading of Homer. 

Baldwin, Joseph. Elementary psychology and 
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Ballantyne, Robert M. The fugitives ; or, the 
tyrant queen of Madagascar. 23.69 

Bamford, Mary E. The Look-about club, and 
the curious live things they found. lllus. 170.52 

Banks, Isabel, nee Varley. God's Providence 
house. A story of 1791. By Mrs. G. Linnaeus 
Banks. 24.22 

Baring-Gould, Sabine. The Gaverocks. A 
tale of the Cornish coast. 25.17 

Barker, Lucy Drummond Sale. More of my 
little friends. With plates in colors. 25.3 

Twelve short stories. 

Barr, Amelia E. A border shepherdess. A 
romance of Lskdale. 23.62 

— Paul and Christina. 23.38 
Barrows, Charles M. Acts and anecdotes of 

authors. 1400.15 

Baylor, Frances C. Juan and Juanita. lllus. 

Previously published in St. Nicholas, beginning No- 
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Bayly, Ada Ellen. The autobiography of a 
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Beard, Lina and Adelia B. How to amuse 
yourself and others. The American girl's 
handy book. lllus. 182.34 

Beecher, Henry Ward. Beecher as a humor- 
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Beers, Henry Augustine. An outline sketch 
of American literature. 1400.17 

Bell, C. F. Moberly. From Pharoah to fellah, 
lllus. 691.14 

Bell, David C. The modern reader and 
speaker: Avith a system of gesture, illustrated by 
diagrams. 65th ed. 1396.23 

Benedict, E. L. Stories of persons and places 
in Europe. lllus. 642.2 

Benjamin, Samuel G. W. Sea-spray ; or, 
facts and fancies of a yachtsman. 192.21 

Benning, Howe, pseud. See Henry, Mary H. 

Benson, M. E. The story of Russia. lllus. 


Berlepsch, Lina, Freifrau von. Im fernen 
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Besant, Walter. Children of Gibeon. 3 v. 


Best hundred books. The. Pall Mall gazette 
"Extra." 391.13 

Bettziech, Johann H. Der Spieler. Erzah- 
lung aus dem americanischen Leben von H. 
Beta \^fseud.\ [Bachem's Novellen-Samm- 
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Bidembach, Richard. Der Schalmeier von 
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Big wages and how to earn them. By a fore- 
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Birrell, Augustine. Life of Charlotte Bronte. 
[" Great writers."] 530.27 

Appended is a bibliography by J. P. Anderson. 

Birrell, Olive M. Justice Warren's daughter : 
a story of New England. 2 v. 25.25 

The story opens in 1659. 

Blaze, Marie P. R., nee Stewart. Moliere, and 
the French classical drama. By Madame Blaze 
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Bolton, Sarah E., nie Knowles. Famous 
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Contents. — Emerson; Longfellow; Irving; Prescott; 
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Stoddard; Stedman ; Howells; Aldrich; Gilder; Carleton; 
Cable; Clemens; Warner. 

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Hagg;ird, Blackie, Farrar, Walter C. Smith, Marcus Dods, 
Joseph Parker. 

Boston. Oration before the City council and 
citizens of Boston, July 4, 1887. By John E. 
Fitzgerald. 211. 16 

Boutwell, George S. The lawyer, the states- 
man, and the soldier. 1556.15 

Contents. — Choate, Webster, Lincoln, Grant. 

Bowman, Anne. Clever Jack and other tales. 
[Part 2.] lllus. 733-8 

Bowne, Eliza S. A girl's life eighty years 
ago. Selections from the letters of Eliza South- 
gate Bowne. lllus. 1553-4 

Boyesen, Hjalmar H. The modern Vikings. 
Stories of life and sport in the Norseland. 
lllus. 24.35 

Brackel, Ferdinande M. T., Frciin von. Aus 
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— Nicht wie alle Andern. Novelle. [Bach- 
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Brentano, Clemens. New fair}' tales, 
in English by Kate F. Kroeker. Illus. 


Conlenis. — The story of Gockel, Hinkel,and Gackcleia; 
The story of Frisky Wisky; The story of the Myrtle 
Maiden ; 'The story o'f BrokeVina; The story of Old father 
Rhine and the miller. 

Brigham, William T. Guatemala, the land 
of the quetzal. A sketch. lUus. Maps. 631. n 

Brooks, Elbridge S. Historic girls. Stories 
of girls who have influenced the history of their 
times. Illus. i53i-7 

Previously published in St. Nicholas, beginning in 18S4. 

— Storied holidays. A cycle of historic red- 
letter days. 23.46 

— The story of the American Indian. Illus. 
Portraits. 221.9 

Appended is a list of the best hundred books on the 
American Indian. 

Brown, Alice. Fools of nature. A novel. 


Browne, Phyllis, pseud.} Mrs. Somerville 
and Mary Carpenter. Portraits. [The world's 
workers.] 1518.20 

Browning, Robert. Lyrics, idyls, and roman- 
ces. 1334-5 

Buckley, Arabella B., now Mrs. Fisher. 
History of England for beginners. With addi- 
tions by R. H. Labberton. 1981.6 

Buckley, James M. The midnight sun, the 
Tsar and the Nihilist; adventures and observa- 
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Buerstenbinder, Elisabeth. {^E. Werner.) 
Sankt Michael. Roman. 1052.3 

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward R. L., isi earl of 
Lytton. {O-wf^n Meredith.) After Paradise, or 
legends of exile ; with other poems. 1351.26 

Butterworth, Hezekiah. Zigzag journeys in 
India. A collection of the Zenana tales. Illus. 
Map. 652.1 

Cabot, James Elliot. A memoir of R. W. 
Emerson. 2 v. Portrait. 1547.25 

California. Geological survey, y. D. Whitney, 
state geologist. The Yosemite guidebook. [By 
Josiah D. Whitney.] 639.30 

Cameron, Verney Lovett. The adventures of 
Herbert Massey in Eastern Africa. Illus. 25.15 

— In savage Africa; or, the adventures of 
Frank Baldwin from the Gold coast to Zanzibar. 
Illus. 25.8 

— Jack Hooper. His adventures at sea and in 
South Africa. Illus. 23-58 

Campbell, Archibald. Captain Macdonald's 
daughter. A novel. 24.71 

Carey, Rosa N. Esther : a book for girls. 23.82 

Carpenter, Esther B. South-county neighbors. 
[Stories.] 23.78 

The South county is Washington county, Rhode Fsland. 

Cary, Alice. Early and late poems of Alice 
and Phoebe Cary. I35i'25 

Champney, Lizzie W. Great-grandmother's 
girls in New France. The history of little 
Eunice Williams. Illus. by "Champ" and 
others. 23.8 

— Three Vassar girls at home. A holiday trip 
of three college girls through the South and 
West. Illus. by " Champ " and others. 651.6 

Chase, Alvan W. Dr. Chase's family physi- 
cian, farrier, bee-keeper, and second receipt 
book. Illus. Portrait. "57«35 

Church, Alfred J. The count of the Saxon 
shore. A tale of the departure of the Romans 
from Britain. With the collaboration of Ruth 
Putnam. Illus. 23-74 

" Count of the Saxon shore " was the title bestowed by 
Maximian (colleague of Diocletian in the Empire from jS6 
to 305 A. D.) on the officer whose task it was to prutcct the 
coasts of Britain and Gaul from the attacks of the Saxon 
pinites. — Preface. 

Church, Ella R. In the hospital at Elmridge. 
Illus. 24.96 

Clarke, James Freeman. How to find the stars. 
With an account of the astronomical lantern and 
its use. 1146.17 

Coffin, Charles C. Drum-beat of the nation. 
The first period of the War of the rebellion to 
the close of 1862. Illus. 274.2 

CoUingwood, Harry. The rover's secret : a 
tale of the pirate cays and lagoons of Cuba. Illus. 


Cone, Helen G., and Gilder, Jeannette L., 

editors. Pen-portraits of literary women. By 

themselves and others. 2 v. 1557.22 

Contents. — Vol. i. Hannah More; Frances Burney 
(Mme d'Arblay) ; Mary Wollstonecraft (Godwin) ; Mary 
VV. Godwin (Shelley); Mary Lamb; Maria Edgeworth; 
Jane Austen; Joanna Baillie; Lady Blessington; Mary 
Russell Mitford. 2. Harriet Martinrau; Aurore Dudevant 
(George Sand) ; Elizabeth Barrett Browning; Margaret 
Fuller (Ossoli) ; Charlotte Bronte; Emily Bronte;' Marian 
Evans Cross (George Eliot). 

Conklin, Jennie M. Rizpah's heritage. By 
Mrs. Nathaniel Conklin (Jennie M. Drinkwater). 


Conway, Moncure D. Pine and palm. A 
novel. [Leisure hour series.] 24.49 

Coolidge, Susan, ^.learf. See Woolsey, Sarah 

Coombs, Anne S. A game of chance. 23.36 

Cooper, Sarah. Animal life in the sea and on 
the land. A zoology for young people. Illus. 


Corbett, Julian. For God and gold. 25.29 

Purports to be from the manuscript of Jasper Festing, 
who is said to have accompanied Sir Francis Drake on his 
voyage to Nombre de Dios. 

Corson, Juliet. Family living on $500 a year. 


Cousin Kate, fseud. The children's mirror: 
a treasury of stories. 23.70 

Cox, Palmer. The brownies: their book. 
[Poems.] Illus. 60.59 

Previously published in St. Nicholas. 

Cox, Samuel S. The Isles of the princes ; or, 
the pleasure of Prinkipo. Maps. Illus. 

1687. 10.2a 

Excursions in and around the Princes' islands, in the 
Propontis, and the adjacent places in Asia and Europe. — 

Craddock, Charles Egbert, pseud. See Mur- 
free, Mary N. 

Craik, Dinah M. An unknown country. Illus. 
by F. N. Paton. 652.2 

Descriptive sketches of the north of Ireland. 

Crawford, Frank Marion. Marzio's crucifix. 

— Paul Patoff. 24.95 

Previously published in the Atlantic monthly, beginning 
January, 18S7. 

Crouch, Archer P. On a surf -bound coast; 
or, cable-laying in the African tropics. 1698.8 




Crown in shield, Mary Bradford. The ignora- 
muses. A travel story. By Mrs. Schuyler 
Crownin.-ihield. Illus. 60.61 

Cueppers, A. J. In der Knospe gebrochen. 
Dem Franzdsischen nacherzahlt von A. J. Cuep- 
pers. [Bachem's Novellen-Saminlung. ] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.3 

Cumberland, Stuart. The Qiieen's highway 
from ocean to ocean. With collotype illus. and 
maps. 631.10 

A description of the country through which the Canadian 
Pacific railway passes. 

Czeika., pseud. An operetta in profile. 23.55 
D., S. E. Mahaly Sawyer; or, " putting your- 
self in her place." 25.11 
Dallwitz, Wanda von.^ci. von Graefe. ( Walter 
Sch-warz.) Die Rechte. Novellette. [Bachem's 
Novellen-Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.14 

— Die Uhr des Rend Cardillac. Novelle. [Ba- 
chem's Novellen-Sammlung.] No. 3 in 2056.2.28 

— Verlassen. Novelle. [Bachem's Novellen- 
Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.20 

Damon, Sophia M. Old New-England days. 
A story of true life. 23.77 

Darling, Mary Greenleaf. Gladys. A romance. 
[Round world series.] 24.77 

Darwin, Charles R. Life and letters, includ- 
ing an autobiographical chapter. Edited by 
Francis Darwin. 2 v. Illus. 530.30 

Daudet, Louis M. Ernest. Which.' or, between 
two women. Trans, from the French by Laura 
E. Kendall. 24.91 

The original " Dolores " may be found on 4660.79. 

Daunt, Achilles. Our sea-coast heroes; or, 
stories of wreck and rescue by the lifeboat and 
rocket. Illus. 1707.8 

Includes a brief account of the lifeboat. 

Debater's handbook. The. Including A debate 
upon the character of Julius Ca;sar adapted from 
J Sheridan Knowles. 1398.19 

Delitzsch, Franz. A day in Capernaum. Trans, 
by G H. Schodde. 2102.24 

A sketch of Galilee in the time of Christ. 

Denslow, Van Buren, and Parker, Jane M. 
Thomas A. Edison, and Samuel F. B. Morse. 
Portraits. [The world's workers.] 1518.21 

Desbeaux, Emile. Mattie's secret. 23.83 

A story with chapters on coal mines, diamonds, torpedo- 
boats, dynamite, gunpowder, etc. 

Deutsche Roman-Bibliothek zu Ueber Land 
und Meer. Jahrg. 15, Band i, 2. 2041.1.29,30 

Contents.— T^nA i. Fanny Lewald: Die Fainilic Darner. 
Robert Byr \pseud. of Carl E. R. von Bayer]: Edwiesen. 
W ilhelm Jensen : Das Asylrecht. K. von Bergk : Im 
Abendschein. Ida Boy-Ed: "Ich!"— 2. A. von Perfall • 
DerTrudenslein. Ida boy-Ed : "Ich!" Fanny Lewald • 
Die Familie Darner. L. Wallace: Ben-Hur. A. von Klinck- 
owstrijm : Die Leutringens. F, von Zobeltitz : Das Nessus- 
gewand. H. Abt : Ein Weib aus dem Volke. I.. Warren • 
Der wunde Punkl. I. Feilmunn: Caritas. E. von Wol- 
zogen : Mcin ersles Abenteuer. 

Diaz, Abby M. Bybury to Beacon street. 25.5 
Dincklage-Campe, Amalie E. S. Wilhelmine 
von. Das Comtessel. Novelle von E. von Dinck- 
lage. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 1 in 2056.2.22 

— Die echten Abbergs. Novelle. [Bachem's 
Novellen-Sammlung.] No. i in 2056.2.15 

— FurstlichesBlut. Novelle. [Bachem's No- 
vellen-Sammlung.] No. 1 in 2056.2.5 


Dirkink, J. von. Herm's Vermachtniss. Eine 
miinsterlandische Novelle. [Bachem's Novellen- 
Sammlung.] No. 1 in 2056.2.24 

Doudney, Sarah. Prudence Winterburn. Illus. 


Douglas, Amanda M. The fortunes of the 
Faradays. 24.73 

Drachmann, Holger. Fjaeld-SangeogyEventyr. 
[-(4/50, Der varengang, .^ventyr-Komcdie.] 


Drake, Samuel A. The making of the great 
West. 1512-18S3. Illus. Maps. 248.10 

Duffy, Bella. Madame de Stael. [Famous 
women.] 1532.32 

Durand, Alice M. The princess Roubine. A 
Russian story. By Henry Grdville \^psetid.'\. 
Trans, from the French by G. D. Cox. 23.86 

E., W. T. I. D. B. ; or, "the adventures of Solo- 
mon Davis on the diamond fields and elsewhere. 


Early English voyagers; or, the adventures 
and discoveries of Drake, Cavendish, and Dam- 
pier. Portraits. Plates. 1707.7 

— Richard Lepsius : a biography. Trans, by 
Zee Dana Underbill. 16°. 1556.13 

Eden, Charles H. Queer chums: being a nar- 
rative of a midshipman's adventures and escapes 

in eighteen hundred and war-time. Illus. 


Elementary flower painting. With coloured 
plates. i2oo.g 

Ellis, Edward S. The camp in the mountains. 
Illus. [Deerfoot series.] 23.93 

Erlenbusch, Hans. Die Sphinx. Novelle. 
[Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. I in 2056.2.3 

Faber, Frederick W. Ethel's book; or, tales 
of the angels. 2d ed. 25.19 

Fairy legends of the French provinces. Trans, 
by Mrs. M. Carey. 24.38 

Farmer, Lydia H. The girls' book of famous 
queens. Plates. 1557.20 

Farrar, Frederic W. Everyday Christian life ; 
or, sermons by the way. 2103.25 

Faunce, Linus. Mechanical drawing. Pre- 
pared for the use of the students of the Massa- 
chusetts institute of technology. Plates. 1204.31 

Fenn, George M. Dick o' the Fens : a tale of 
the Great East swamp. Illus. 24.55 

— Menhardoc : a story of Cornish nets and 
mines. Illus. 24.64 

— Patience wins; or, war in the works. 2466 
Field, Caroline L., n6e Whitney. The unseen 

king, and other verses. 1350.26 

Finley, Martha. Elsie's friends at Woodburn. 

Flach, Josephine A.M. Herzenswirren. Roman. 

[Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 2056.2.13 

Follenius, Sofie A. C. von. {Marie Berger.) 

Angelica von Sainte-Croix. Roman. [Bachem's 

Novellen-Sammlung.] 2056.2.16 

— Dolores. Novelle. [Bachem's Novellen- 
Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.22 

— Wie sie sich finden. Eine schiichte Erzah- 
lung. [Bachem's Novellen-Samnilung.] 

No. 1 in 2056.2.20 
Foster, Ernest. Heroes of the Indian em- 
pire. 1984.15 
Francois, Marie Luise von. The last von 
Reckenburg. Trans, by J. M. Percival. 2497 

— Natur und Gnade nebst anderen Erzahlun- 
gen. 2044.7 


Franz, Emma. Schneekathere. Novelle. [Ba- 
chem's Novellen-Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.9 

Frederic, Harold. Seth's brother's wife. A 
study of life in the greater New York. 24.39 

Previously published in Scribner's magazine, beginning 
January, 1SS7. 

Freed, H. Nach langem Suchen. Novelle. 
[Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.4 

French, Alice. {Octave Thanet.) Knitters in 
the sun. [Stories.] 23.66 

Prey, Albert R. Sobriquets and nicknames. 

R.R. Desk 31 

Frith, Henry. The seventh earl of Shaftes- 
bury. Portrait. [The world's workers.] 1518.23 

Froebel, Friedrich. The education of man. 
Trans, from the German and annotated by W. 
N. Hailmann. [International education series.] 

121. 7 

Ganghofer, Ludwig A. Aimer und Jagerleut'. 
Neue Hochlands-Geschichten. 2044.4 

Garborg, Arne. Bondestudentar. Forteljing. 


Garrett, Edward, pseud. See Mayo, Isabella 

Gautier, Th^ophile. Tales before supper 
from Gautier and Mdrimee. Told in English by 
Myndart Verelst. 23.23 

Contents. — Introduction [b-y Edgar Saltus] ; Avatar [by 
Gautier] ; The Venus of Ille fby M^rimee]. 

Gerstaecker, Friedrich. Unter Palmen und 
Buchen. Gesammelte Erzahlungen. 2014.7 

Gibson, John. Chips from the earth's crust: 
or short studies in natural science. Illus. 140.53 

— Great waterfalls, cataracts, and geysers. 
Illus. 1676.15 

— Monsters of the sea, legendary and authen- 
tic. Illus. 140-51 

Glisan, Rodney. Two years in Europe. Illus. 


Goddard, Julia. The boy and the constella- 
tions. Illus. 1163.14 

Goodwin, Ellen Christina, n^e Hopkinson. Af- 
ter school days. A story for girls. 23.30 

Grant, Robert. Jack Hall ; or, the school days 
of an American boy. Illus. 24.17 

Greene, Homer. Burnham Breaker. [Fiction.] 


Griffis, William E. Matthew Calbraith Perry : 
a typical American naval officer. Portrait. Illus. 


Groves, John Percy. The war of the axe : or, 
adventures in South Africa. Illus. 24.20 

Gunton, George. Wealth and progress : a 
critical examination of the labor problem. 131.26 

H., H. E. Parlor games for the wise and the 
otherwise. 1364.22 

Habberton, John. Country luck. 23.92 

Haggard, H. Rider. The witch's head. 23.29 

Hague, William. Life notes; or, fifty years' 
outlook. I547-24 

Hale, Edward Everett. History of the United 
States. Written for the Chautauqua reading cir- 
cles. Maps. 210.51 

— In His name. A story of the Waldenses, 
seven hundred years ago. Illus. 1741.9F 

— The life of George Washington, studied 
anew. Illus. Portraits. 1558.22 

— ,editor. Lights of two centuries. Portraits. 

R. R. Desk 31 
Biographical sketches of representative artists and 
sculptors, prose writers, composers, poets, inventors. 


Hall, Florence H. Social customs. 130.93 

Hamerling, Robert. Der K5nig von Sion. 
Epische Dichtung. 2029.10 

Hamilton, Miss C. G. Constance Lyndsav; 
or, the progress of error. 802.8 

Hamilton, Kate W. The royal service ; or, 
the king's seal. 23.76 

Harrington, James. The commonwealth of 
Oceana. [Morley's universal library.] 130.97 

Harris, Amanda B. American authors for 
young folks. Portraits. XSS7-24 

Contents. — Irving; Cooper; Prescott; Emerson; Haw- 
thorne; Harriet Beecher Stowe; Alice and Phoebe Caiy; 
Bayard Taylor; Thoreau and other "out-of-door" writers; 
Parkman; Curtis; Mitchell; " H. H." and others; Lowell. 

Harris, Joel C. Free Joe and other Georgian 
^ketches. 24.93 

Harrison, Jonathan B. The latest studies on 
Indian reservations. 210.53 

Hartley, May, n6e Laffan. Ismay's children. 
By the author of ' Hogan. M.P.' 24.1 

Haupt, Andreas.' Haiderdslein. Novelle. 
[Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 3 in 2056.2.22 

Hawthorne, Julian. An American penman. 
From the diary of Inspector Bvrnes. 24.59 

Hays, Helen. A village maid. 24.42 

Heermans, Forbes. Thirteen stories of the 
far West. 23.81 

Heinrich, Julius J. The window flower gar- 
den. Illus. 1166.6 

Henry, Mary H. One girl's way out. By 
Howe Benning [pseud.']. 2423 

Henty, George Alfred. Bonnie Prince Charlie : 
a tale of Fontenoyand Culloden. Illus. 23 71 

— The bravest of the brave : or with Peter- 
borough in Spain. Illus. 23^22 

The scene of this story is laid in Spain, from 1705 to 1707. 

— For the temple : a tale of the fall of Jerusa- 
lem. Illus. 24.6 

— In the reign of terror : the adventures of a 
Westminster boy. Illus. 24.7 

— Orange and green : a tale of the Boyne and 
Limerick. Illus. 23.72 

— Sturdy and strong: or, how George An- 
drews made his way. Illus. 24.53 

— Yarns on the beach : a bundle of tales. 
Illus. 24 6a 

Herbert, M. Flitter! Novellette. [Bachem's 
Novellen-Sammlung.] No. 4 in 2056.2.20 

— Miss Edda Brown. Novelle. [Bachem's 
Novellen-Sammlung] No. i in 2056.2.2 

— Ein modernes Marchen. Novelle. [Ba- 
chem's Novellen-Sammlung.] No. i in 2056.2.23 

Heyse, Paul J. L. The romance of the Canon- 
ess. A life-history. Trans, from the German 
by J. M. Percival. 23.47 

Hicks, C. Stansfeld. Yachts, boats and 
canoes ; with special chapters on model yachts 
and single-handed sailing. Illus. Plans. 192.2a 

Higginson, Thomas W. Women and men. 
[Short essays.] 130.96 

Hints on' early education and nursery disci- 
pline. i20.6a 

First published in London, some sixty years ago, anony- 
mously. Attributed to a sister of Elizabeth Fry.— Preface. 

Hirschfeld, Hermann. Die Komodianten- 
Toni. Roman. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 


Hodgson, Frederick T. The carpenters' steel 
square, and its uses. Illus. "93-*7 




Holder, Charles F. Living lights. A popular 
account of phosphorescent animals and vege- 
tables. Plates. 142.19 

Holding, T. H. Watery wanderings mid 
western lochs. A practical canoe cruise. Illus. 


Holley, Marietta. Poems. By "Josiah Al- 
len's wife." Illus. 1342-13 

— Samantha at Saratoga. Illus. 23.49 
Holmes, Margret, compiler. Recitations for 

Christmas. 139824 

Holmes, Marv J. Gretchen. A novel. 23.48 
Holnstein aus Bayem, Ida C, Grdfin, geb. 

Gr'djin von Mengersen. Am See. Eine Kiinst- 

ler-Novelle. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. I in 2056.2.7 
Holt, Emily S. In convent walls : the story of 

the Despensers. 25.7 

In this historical tale the principal character is Isabelle 
the Fair, queen of Edward 11. of England. Her earlier life 
is told in the author's " In all time of our tribulation " 
[25.14]. The scene is laid in England from about 1324. 

— A tangled web : a tale of the fifteenth cen- 
tury. 24.48 

The scene is laid in Eng-land, and the story turns upon the 
insurrection of Lambert Simnel and Perkin Warbeck in the 
time of Henry vii. 

Hope, Ascott R., fseud. See Moncneff, 
R. H. 

Hornaday, William T. Two years in the 
jungle : the experiences of a hunter and natural- 
ist in India, Ceylon, the Malay peninsula and 
Borneo. Illus. 1692.18 

Howard, Blanche W. Tony, the maid. A 
novelette. Illus. 24.36 

Previously published in Harper's monthly, beginning 
September, 1SS7. 

Howard, James H. W. Bond and free; a true 

tale of slave times. Portrait. 23.52 

Howells, William D. April hopes. 25.20 

Previously published in Harper's monthly, beginning 

February, 18S7. 

— Modern Italian poets: essays and versions. 
With portraits. 384.12 

Hugo, Victor M., comie. Les misdrables. 
5 v. [Library edition.] 24.29 

In the main a reprint of the translation by Sir Lascellts 
Wraxall. Chapters and passat^es omitted in the English 
edition have been here translated. 

— Things seen (Choses vues). 1556.12 

— Translations from the poems of Victor 
Hugo. By Henry Carrington. 1356.28 

Hull, Edward. Geological history. Being the 
natural history of the earth and of its pre-human 
inhabitants. [A sketch of universal history. 
Supplementary volume ] 142.20 

Hunt, Madeline B. Through trial to triumph ; 
or. "The royal way." 24.15 

Hyde, Anna M. The American boy's life of 
Washington. Illus. 1529.2 

Identical with " The young folks' life of Washington " 

— The young folks' life of Washington. Illus. 

Irvmg, Washington. Washington and his 
country: being Irving's Life of Washington, 
abridged for the use of schools. With introduc- 
tion and continuation . . . to the end of the 
Civil war. ByJohnFiske. 1558.23 

" I have not simply abridged Irving's work, but have 
occasionally interwoven text of my own with his."— Prefa- 
tory note. 

Isham, Charles. The fishery question. With 
a map and a short bibliography. [Questions of 
the day.] 220.46 

Jackson, Edward P. The earth in space. A 
manual of astronomical geography. Illus. 


Jackson, Helen M. (i/. //.) Sonnets and 

lyrics. 1350-4 

Jak, pseud. The giant dwarf. A story for 

young and old. By the author of the Fitch club, 

etc. 23.73 

— Who saved the ship, and The man of the 
family. 23.60 

James, Frank L. The wild tribes of the 
Soudan. Illus. 1693.7 

Jamison, Celia V., nee Dakin, formerly Mrs. 
Hamilton. The story of an enthusiast. Told 
by himself. 24.58 

Jarke, Franziska Julie, ^e3. Schlesius. Onkel 
Born. Ein deutsches Sittenbild von E. Rudorff 
{j>seud.'\. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 2 in 2056 2. 10 

— Schlichte Grosse. Norddeutsches Sittenbild. 
[Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. I in 2056.2.25 

— Verloren ! Novelle. [Bachem's Novellen- 
Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.17 

Jessopp, Augustus. Arcady : for better for 
worse. A study of rural life in England. 130.92 

Johnson, Virginia W. The house of the 
musician. 24.43 

Jones, R. J. Cornewall. Ships, sailors, and 
the sea. Illus. 192.24 

KapfT-Essenther, F. von. Moderne Helden. 
Charakterbilder. 2044.2 

Kaufman, Rosalie. The queens of Scotland. 
Abridged and adapted from Strickland's 
" Queens of Scotland." 2 v. Portraits. 595.15 

Keddie, Henrietta. Girl neighbours : or, the 
old fashion and the new. By Sarah Tytler 
\J)seud.\ Illus. 24.45 

Keller, John W. The game of euchre. In- 
cluding treatises on French euchre, set-back 
euchre, etc., and progressive euchre. 180.137 

Kinzie, Juliette A. Mark Logan, the bour- 
geois. By Mrs. John H. Kinzie. 23.35 

Kirby, Edward N. Vocal and action-language; 
culture and expression. Illus. 1396.24 

Knox, Thomas W. Decisive battles since 
Waterloo. Illus. Maps. 911. 11 

— Dog stories and dog lore. x'jo.^i 
Korolenko, Vladimir. The vagrant and other 

tales. Transl. from the Russian by Mrs. Aline 

Delano. 25.28 

Langley, Samuel P. The new astronomy, 

Illus. 142.23 

Articles previously published in the Century magazine, 

Laurie, Andr^. Captain Trafalgar : a story of 
the Mexican gulf. Rendered into English and 
edited by William Westall, from the French. 25.4 

Lawless, Hon. Emily. Major Lawrence, F. 
L. S. [Leisure hour series.] 24.100 

— The story of Ireland. Illus. Portraits. 
[Story of the nations.] 1986.1a 

Leander, Richard, pseud. See Volkmann, 

Leland, Charles G. The gypsies. 955-12 

Lenhard, Carl von. Der Teufelstriller. Cul- 
turgeschichtliche Novelle. [Bachem's Novellen- 
Sammlung.] No. 3 in 2056.2.24 




Lenze, E.K. Grafin Eva. Nove le [Bachem's 
Novellen-Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.27 

Lenzen, Maria, geb. Ruediger di Sebregondi. 
Die begrabenen Schuhe. Novelle. [Bachem's 
Novellen-Sammlung.] No. 3 in 2056.2.20 

Leonhart, E. Gertrud. Novelle. [Bachem's 
Novellen-Sammlung.] No. i in 2056.2.6 

Lillie, Lucy C, n6e White. The colonel's 
money. Illus. 25.16 

Lincoln, Mary J. Boston school-kitchen text- 
book. Illus. 182.36 

Lingen, Ernst, pseud. See Schilling, Elise. 

Little, William J. Knox. The broken vow. A 
story of here and hereafter. 24.25 

Little flowers. The, of Saint Francis of Assisi. 
Translated from the Italian, with a brief account 
of the life of Saint Francis, by Abby L. Alger. 
Portrait. 11 12.5 

A translation of " Fioretti di S. Francesco" [4767.16; 

Livermore, Samuel T. A history of Block 
Island. 238.14 

Livingston, Grace. A Chautauqua idyl. Illus. 


Lothrop, Harriet M. Dilly and the captain. 
By Margaret Sidney \^pseud.']. Illus. 24.80 

Lovett, Richard. Pictures from Holland. Drawn 
with pen and pencil. 671.11 

Lubbock, ^/V John. The pleasures of life. 2d 
ed. 130.91 

Lyall, Edna, psettd. See Bayly, Ada. 

McCarthy, Justin. Maid of Athens. Illus. 


McCarthy, Justin, and Praed, Mrs. Campbell. 
•' The Right honourable." A romance of society 
and politics. 24.40 

McCarthy, Justin H. Hours with eminent 
Irishmen and a glimpse of Irish history. 1568.1 

McClelland, M. G. Jean Monteith. [Leisure 
hour series.] 23.99 

McClure, Alexander K. The South : its indus- 
trial, financial, and political condition. 210.52 

Mace, Frances L. Under pine and palm. 
[Poems.] 1342.14 

McKenzie, Alexander. Some things abroad. 


Descriptive of travels in Europe, Syria and Palestine. 

McMaster, John B. Benjamin Franklin as a 
man of letters. [American men of letters.] 


Magruder, Julia. A magnificent plebeian. 252 

Mandat de Grancey, Galiot F. E., baron de. 

Paddy at home. ("Chez Paddy.") By the baron 

E. de Mandat-Grancey. Trans, by A. P. Morton. 

1673- 15 

Marby, A. Hanka. Eine wendische Novelle. 
[Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 1 in 2056.2.14 

Marshall, Emma. Daphne's decision ; or,which 
shall it be.-* A story for children. 24. 76 

Marwedel, Emma. Conscious motherhood ; 
or, the earliest unfolding of the child in the 
cradle, nursery, and kindergarten. 120.65 

Mat^aux, Clara L. In letters of flame : a tale 
of the Waldenses. 24.16 

Mathews, Joanna H. Uncle Rutherford's attic. 
A story for girls. Illus. 24.41 

Mayo, Isabella F. Equal to the occasion. By 
Edward Garrett [^.«<?«rf.]. 24.44 

Mead, Theodore H. Horsemanship for women. 
Illus. 182.39 

Meade, Elizabeth T., later Mrs. Toulmin 
Smith. The angel of love. By L. T. Meade. 
Illus. 50.48 

A story for children. 

Memoirs of an Arabian princess. 1696.26 

Descriptive of life in Zanzibar. 

Meredith, George. Ballads and poems of tragic 
life. 1350.28 

Meredith, Owen, pseud. See Bulwer-Lytton, 
Edward R., lord Lytton. 

Messerer, Th., pseud. See Winkler, Ludwig, 
and Winkler, Theresa. 

Meyer, Conrad F. The chancellor's secret. A 
tale of the twelfth century. From the German 
by Mary J. Taber. 24.92 

In this historical novel, the principal characters are Henry 
II. of England and Thomas ^ Becket. The original " Der 
Heilige " may be found on 4S76.75. 

Miller, Cincinnatus H. (^Joaquin Miller.^ 
Songs of the Mexican seas. 1350.27 

Miller, Leslie W. The essentials of perspec- 
tive. Illus. 1200.8 

Millington, Thomas S. Some of our fellows. 
A school story. Illus. 24.37 

Mitchel, Frederick A. Ormsby M. Mitchel, 
astronomer and general. A biographical narra- 
tive. By his son. 1556.14 

Mitchell, Silas W. Prince Little Boy and 
other tales out of Fairy-land. Illus. 24.27 

Modern etiquette in public and private. 130.94 

Molesworth, Mary Louisa. Little Miss 
Peggy: only a nursery story. With pictures by 
Walter Crane. 25.10 

— The palace in the garden. Illus. 24.51 
Moncrieff, Robert H. {Ascott R. Hope.) 

The seven wise scholars. Illus. 24.67 

— Youngsters' yarns. Illus. Experiences of 
youthful adventurers retold. 24.24 

Moran, Michael. The Zozimus papers. 
Comic and sentimental stories and legends, be- 
ing the works of Michael Moran, the blind story- 
teller of Dublin. Portrait. 24.65 

Morris, Charles, editor. Half hours with 
American history. 2 v. 220.47 

Morris, Mowbray. Claverhouse. [ English 
worthies.] I5i9-i4 

Murfree, Mary N. The story of Keedon Bluffs. 
By Charles Egbert Craddock lpseud.'\. 24.99 

Murray, David Christie and Herman, Henry. 
One traveller returns. 25.27 

Murray, William H. H. How Deacon Tub- 
man and Parson Whitney kept New Year's, and 
other stories. Illus. 23.91 

Neuer Deutscher Novellenschatz. Herausg. 
von P. Heyse und L. Laistner. Band 19, 20. 

2034. X 

Contents. — 19. Der Herrgottschnitzer von Ammergau. 
von Ludwig Ganghofer; Verzaubert, von Hans Arnold 
[/>««<(/. of Bertha von Biilowl; Cezar Grawinskv, von Adel- 
heid Weber. 20. Das Brod der Engel, von E. M. Vacano; 
Der alte Randolph, von Ida BoyEd. 

Neuestes Complimentirbuch oder Anweisung 
zum guten Ton und feiner Sitte, nebst Gliick- 
wiinschen, u. s. w. 2044.6 

New^ Antigone, The. A romance. 25.13 

Newell, Charles M. The voyage of the Fleet- 
wing. A narrative of love, wreck and whaling 
adventures. Illus. 24.94 

Nicholas, Griffith A. The Biddy club: and 
how its members grappled with the servant ques- 
tion. 25.12 




Noel, Lady Augusta. Hithersea mere. 24.70 
Norris, W. E. Major and minor. A novel. 

2 V. [ Leisure hour series.] 23.88 

Ober, Frederick A. The knockabout club in 

the Everglades. Illus. 632.9 

Ogden, Ruth. His little Royal Highness. 

Illus. 50.49 

O'Meara, Kathleen. Narka, the nihilist. 24.63 
Previously published in Harper's monthly, beginning 

January, 1SS7. 

— Queen by right divine. The 2d series of 
• Bells of the sanctuary.' 1548.3.2 

Contfnls. — Queen by right divine [Jeanne Marie 
Rendu] ; Madame Swetchine; A soldier of the cross [Henri 

Oosten, Gerd von. Vannina. Corsische 
Novelie. [ Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.23 

Oswald, Felix L. Days and nights in the 
tropics. Illus. 631.12 

Refers to Brazil. 

Pansy, pseud. See Alden, Isabella M. 

Panton, J. E. From kitchen to garret. Hints 
for young householders. 182.38 

Paris, Alexis Paulin. Les aventures de 
Maitre Renart et d'Ysengrin son compere. 


Parkinson, S. Scenes from the " George 
Eliot " country. Illus. 1654.25 

Parloa, Maria. Miss Parloa's kitchen com- 
panion. Illus. 182.30 

— Six cups of coffee. Prepared for the public 
palate by the best authorities on coffee making. 
Maria Parloa, Catherine Owen, Marion Harland, 
Juliet Corson, Helen Campbell, Mrs. D. A. 
Lincoln, with The story of coffee, by Hester M. 
Poole. 1188.16 

Patton, Arthur St. G. Modern history. 910.44 

Payn, James. A prince of the blood. A 
novel. 25.1 

Peard, Frances M. Madame's granddaughter. 
A novel. 60.58 

Perelaer, M. T. H. Ran away from the 
Dutch ; or, Borneo, from South to North. 
Trans, by M. Blok and adapted by A. P. 
Mendes. 1693.6 

Perry, Nora. A flock of girls and their 
friends. [Stories.] Illus. 24.21 

Peter- Patrick and other boys. By Sally Pratt 
McLean and other authors. Illus. 23.84 

Pettes, George W. Whist universal. By G. 
W. P. 182.33 

Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart. The gates between. 


— Jack the fisherman. Illus. 23.56 
Pilgrim, Thomas. Live boys in the Black 

Hills : or, the young Texan gold hunters. 23.37 
Polko, Elise, geb. Vogel. Dita. Novelie. 
[Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.24 

— Frohe Augen. Novelie. [Bachem's No- 
vellen-Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.28 

— Herzensfriihiing. Eine einfache Geschichte. 
[Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. I in 2056.2.12 

— Mitgeholfen ! Ein Dombau-Marchen. [Ba- 
chem's Novellen-Sammlung.] No. i in 2056.2.1 

— Papillon, Novelie. [Bachem's Novellen- 
Sammlung.] No. I in 2056.2.21 

Porter, Rose. A modern Saint Christopher : 
or, the brothers. 24.79 

Pyle, Howard. The Rose of Paradise. Illus. 


A story of adventures in connection with the pirate Ed- 
ward England in 1720. 

— The wonder clock : or, four and twenty 
marvellous tales. Illus. 60.60 

R., I. A lady's ranche life in Montana. 


Rabelais, Fran9ois. Three good giants whose 
famous deeds are recorded in the ancient chron- 
icles of Rabelais. Compiled by John Dimitry. 
Illus. by Dore and Robida. 23.54 

Rae, Mrs. Milne. Rinaultrie. 23.68 

Rammers, Friedbert. Hauptmann Garbas. 
Novelie. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.6 

Rand, Edward A. Fighting the sea : or, win- 
ter at the life-saving station. Illus. 24.84 

Ransome, Cyril. A short history of England, 
to the present day. With maps and plans. 

Raven, Botho. Die Mutter der Marquise. 
Novelie. Nach dem Franzdsischen von Botho 
Raven. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. I in 2056.2.28 

Rawlinson, George. Ancient history. [A 

sketch of universal history. Vol. i.] gio.42 

Reed, Sir Edward J., and Simpson, Edward. 

Modern ships of war. Illus. 191. 19 

Originally published in Harper's magazine: The British 
navy, in Feb., iSS6; The United States navv in June, iSS6; 
and The navies of the continent, in Jan. and Feb., 1SS7. 

Relly, E. Der gefiillte Pfannkuchen. Ein 
Scherz. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.8 

Richards, Laura E. Toto's merry winter. 25.6 

Richardson, David N. A girdle round the 
earth : home letters from foreign lands. 642.3 

Rideing, William H. The boyhood of living 
authors. Plate. 1557-25 

Contents. — Holmes; Aldrich; Trowbridge; W. C. Rus- 
sell; Gladstone; Eggleston; Howells; Payn; Whittier; 
Stockton; T. \V. Knox; Hale; Lowell; Boyesen; Higgin- 
son; Fawcett; Stedman; Warner. 

Ried, Paula. Keine Wahl. Novelie. [Ba- 
chem's Novellen-Sammlung.] No. i in 2056.2.19 

— Nach zwanzigjahren. Novelie. [Bachem's 
Novellen-Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.1 1 

Roe, Edward P. The earth trembled. 23 63 

Roemer, Jean. Origins of the English people 
and of the English language. 1981.8 

Roskowska, Marie von. Die Grafenbraut. 
Novelie. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.15 

Rothenfluh, E. von. Das Grab des Verschol- 
lenen. Americanische Novelie. [Bachem's No- 
vellen-Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.18 

Rudorff, ¥.., pseud, ^ecjarke. Franziska J. 

Russell, William Clark. A book for the ham- 
mock. 660.31 

Rutherford, Mark. The revolution in Tanner's 
lane. 23.59 

S., D. T. See Balch. Elisabeth. 

Savage, Minot J. Poems. 135031 

Schilling, Elise. {Ernsi Linden.) An der 
friesischen Kiiste. Novelie. [Bachem's Novel- 
len-Sammlung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.2 

— Vor Pavia. Historische Novelie. [Ba- 
chem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. I in 2056.2.17 
A story of the time of the battle of Pavia, 1525. 




Schmid, Hermann T. von. The Habermeis- 
ter. A tale of the Bavarian mountains. Trans, 
from the German. 24.74 

Schurman, Jacob G. The ethical import of 
Darwinism. 120.67 

Schwarz, Walter, pseud. See Dallwitz, Wanda 

Scribner's magazine. Vol. i. 1856.5 

Scudder, Horace E. The book of folk stories. 
Plate. 24.8 

— Men and letters. 1815.20 
Contents. — Elisha Mulford; Longfellow and his art ;_ A 

modern prophet [J. F. D. M.nurice] ; Landor as a classic; 
Dr. Muhlenberg; American history on the stage; The 
shaping of Excelsior; Emerson's self; Aspects of histori- 
cal work; Anne Gilchrist; The future of Shakespeare. 

Shakespeare, William. Tragedy of Hamlet, 
prince of Denmark. Edited by Homer B. 
Sprague 1392.32 

Shapcote, Emily M. Among the lilies, and 
other tales. 25.18 

Sherwood, Frank D., and Bangs, John K. 
New waggings of old tales. By two wags. Illus. 


Sherwood, Mary E. W. Royal girls and royal, 
courts. Portraits. i557-^9 

Shillaber, Lydia. Mrs. Shillaber's cook-book. 


Sidney, Margaret, /.Tr«<f. 5eeLothrop, H.M. 

Silsbee, Marianne C D. A half century in 
Salem. 238.12 

Sinnett, A. P. Karma. A novel. 23.28 

— United. A novel. 2 v. 24.72 
Sleight, Mary B. The flag on the mill. Illus. 


Sloet, Leon. Siinden der Vater. Roman aus 
dem heutigen Russland. 2044.1 

Smiles, Samuel. Life and labor; or, charac- 
teristics of men of industry, culture and genius. 


Smith, F. Hopkinson. Well worn roads of 
Spain, Holland and Italy, traveled by a painter 
in search of the picturesque. 1676.16 

Smith, Hannah. Her only son. By Hesba 
Stretton [pseud.]. 24.32 

Smith, Helen A. History of Russia in words 
of one syllable. Illus. 910.41 

Soley, James R. The boys of 18 12 and other 
naval heroes. Illus. 274.3 

Sparhawk, Frances C. Little Polly Blatchley. 
Illus. 50-47 

— Miss West's class in geography. 1698.7 
Spyri, Johanna. Gritli's children. A story 

for children and for those who love children. 
Translated from the German by Louise Brooks. 


— Swiss stories. For children and those who 
love_ children. From the German, by Lucy 
Wheelock. 23.18 

Of these stories " Lisa's Christmas " and " Basti's son^ in 
Altorf'were published with the title " Red-letter stories. 
Swiss tale^," and may be found on 3S.7. 

Stables, William Gordon. On special service. 
A tale of life at sea. Illus. 23.61 

Stanley, Henry M. The boy travellers on the 
Congo. Adventures of two youths in a journey 
with Stanley " Through the dark continent." 
By T. W. Knox. Illus. 1661.21 

Condensed from Stanley's " Through the dark continent." 

Stannard, Henrietta Eliza Vaughan, nee Pal- 
mer. Mignon's husband. A novelette. By John 
Strange Winter \^pseud.']. 24.83 

Stebbins, Giles B. Progress from poverty. 
Review and criticism of Henry George. 130.90 

Stevenson, Edward I. White cockades. An 
incident of the " Forty-five." 33-87 

A story of the second Jacobite rebellion. 

Stevenson, Robert Louis. Memories and por- 
traits. 1815,21 

— Underwoods. [Poems.] 1350.25 

— Virginibus puerisque and other papers. 


Stinde, Jules E. W. Die Familie Buchholz. 

2 V. 1052.1 

— Frau Wilhelmine. 1052.2 

— Frau Wilhelmine. Trans, by Harriet F. 
Powell. 24.18; 24.46 

Stockton, Frank R. The Bee-man of Orn and 
other fanciful tales. 23.45 

— The hundredth man. 23.98 
Previously published in the Century, beginning Novem. 

ber, 1SS6. 

Stoddard, William O. Andrew Jackson and 
Martin Van Buren. [The lives of the presi- 
dents.] 1558.4 

— JamesMadison,JamesMonroe,andJohnQuin- 
cy Adams. [The lives of the presidents.] 1558.5 

Stokes, George T. Medieval history. [A sketch 
of universal history. In 3 vols. Vol. 2.] 910.43 

Stone, James S. The heart of merrie England. 

1673. 16 

Sketches and reminiscences of England. 

Stories, The, of Wasa and Menzikoff : the de- 
liverer of Sweden, and the favourite of czar Petets 
Illus. 24.87 

Story, The, of the Spanish armada. Illus. 


Stous, — . Das Fraulein von Groenerode. 
Nach dem Hollandischen der Melati von Java 
\^ pseud.'], \on H. Schumacher. [Bachem's No- 
vellen-Sammlung.] No. 1 in 2056.2.9 

Strange teas, dinners, weddings, and fetes. By 
various authors. 182.35 

Strathesk, John. More bits from Blinkbonny. 
A tale of Scottish-village life between 183 1 and 
1841. 23.65 

Stretton, Hesba, pseud. See Smith, Hannah. 

Sturgis, Julian R. Thraldom. 23.33 

Swinburne, Algernon C. Locrine. A tragedy. 


Talbot, Charles R. A midshipman at large. 
A story of Newport and ocean yachting. Illus. 


Tayler, Frederick. Studies in animal painting. 
With coloured plates. 1200.10 

Taylor, U. Ashvvorth.. The city of Sarras. 
[Fiction.] [Leisure hour series.] 24.60 

Tenger, Mariam, pseud. Der Gldckner von St. 
Dieze. Novelle. [Bachem's Novellen-Samm- 
lung.] No. 2 in 2056.2.19 

— Der letzte Capy. Roman. [Bachem's No- 
vellen-Sammlung.] No. 1 in 2056.2.8 

Tennyson, Alfred, baron Tennyson. Works. 
Portrait. I347-I4 

Thackeray, William M. A collection of letters 
of Thackeray. 1847-1855. Portraits. 530.20 

Thanet, Octave, j!)s<7«<3f. See French, Alice. 

Thompson, Albert H. The teacher's examiner, 
giving a review of the common and high school 
studies, in a series of questions and answers. 
Portrait. 120.68 

Thoreau, Henry D. Winter: from [his] jour- 
nal. Edited by H. G. O. Blake. 165.36 




Tolstoi, Leon N., count. The invaders and 
other stories. Trans, from the Russian by N. H. 
Dole. 23.57 

— My confession and The spirit of Christ's 
teaching. Trans, from the Russian. 1113.24 

— The pursuit of happiness. Trans, from the 
Russian by Mrs. Aline Delano. 23.27 

— A Russian proprietor and other stories. 
Trans, from the Russian by N. H. Dole. 25.21 

— What to do.' Thoughts evoked by the census 
of Moscow. Trans, from the Russian by Isabel 
F. Hapgood. 1113-23 

Tomkinson, E. M. Sarah Robinson. Agnes 
Weston. Mrs. Meredith. Portraits. [The world's 
•workers.] 1518.22 

Tourgle, Albion W. Button's Inn. 23.43 

A story of Mormonism in the first half of the century. 

Treat, Mary. My garden pets. lUus. 1146.14 

Trollope, Thomas A. What I remember. Por- 
trait. 530-31 

Trotter, Ada M. Bledisloe; or, aunt Pen's 
American nieces. An international story. 24.19 

Trowbridge, John T. Peter Budstone, the boy 
who was hazed. lUus. 23.95 

True stories of American wars. Illus. 23.44 

Tuckerman, Arthur L. A short history of 
architecture. 192.23 

TuUoch, W. W. The story of the life of Queen 
Victoria, told for boys and girls all over the world. 
Revised by Her majesty. Portrait. 1519.20 

Tyler, Moses C Patrick Henry. [American 
statesmen.] 1533.16 

Tytler, Sarah, pseud. See Keddie, Henrietta. 

Upton, George P. The standard cantatas : their 
stories, their music, and their composers. 1366.34 

Valentine, Ferdinand C. 600 medical don'ts. 


Veltheim, H. von. Napoleon Potee. Novelle. 
Frei nach dem Franzdsischen von H. von Velt- 
heim. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.5 

Vincent, George E. Some Italian authors and 
their works. 1557-23 

Volkmann, Richard. German fantasies by 
F^rench firesides. Tales by Richard Leander 
{pseud.'\. Trans, from the German by Pauline 
C. Lane. 24.78 

Three of these stories may be found in the original on 
aoii.1.2, n. s. 

Walsh, William S. Faust: the legend and 
the poem. With etchings. 351.7 

Walworth, Jean nette R. Southern silhouettes. 


Wanderer, /5ca</. A loose rein. Illus. 24.34 

Warner, Anna B. Cross Corners. 23.79 

Warner, Charles Dudley. The book of elo- 
quence : extracts in prose and verse; intended as 
exercises for declamation. 1396.22 

Washbume, Elihu B. Recollectionsof a min- 
ister to France, 1869-1877. 2 v. Maps. 1001.12 

Ri-lates largely Xc events in the Franco-German war. 

Watson, William. Life in the Confederate 
army ; being the observations and experiences of 
an alien in the South during the American civil 
war. 274.4 

Ways for boys to make and do things. By F. 
T. Vance [and others]. Illus. 190.72 

Wegerer, Aug. von. Schicksalswechsel. No- 
velle von A. von Wegerer (Ernst Norden). [Ba- 
chem's Novellen-Sammlung]. No. I in 2056.2.27 

Wellcome, Henry S. The story of Metlakahtla. 
Illus. 1630.19 


An account of William Duncan's work ia civilizing 
some Tsimshean Indians of British Columbia near the 
southern border of Alaska. 

Wells, Kate Gannett. Miss Curtis. A sketch. 


Werner, 'E., pseud. See Buer.etenbinder, E. 

Westall, William. A queer race : the storv of 
a strange people. 24.47 

Westbury, Hugh. Frederick Hazzleden. A 
novel. 24.82 

What shall we talk about.? or, things that 
every one ought to know. Illus. 140.50 

Conversations on natural history and physics. 

White, Emerson E. The elements of peda- 
gogy. 120.70 

White, George G. White's Progressive art 
studies. [Vol. 4.] Instrumental series. 1200.4 

Whitney, Adeline D. T. Bird-talk: a calendar 
of the orchard and wildwood. 1350.30 

Wilcox, Marion. Senora Villena and Gray : 
an Oldhaven romance. By the author of '• Real 
people." 24.2 

Wilson, Augusta J., nee Evans. At the mercy 
of Tiberius. A novel. 24 9 

Wilson, James C. Fever-nursing. [Practical 
lessons in nursing.] 1170.25 

Winkler, Ludwig, and Winkler, Theresa, g-eb. 
Messerer. Die beiden Vettern. Erzahlung aus 
dem baierischen Waldgebirge von Th. Messerer 
\^pseud.'\. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung]. 

No. 2 in 2056.2.12 

— Des Achmiillers Recht. Eine Hochlands- 
geschichte. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.21 

— Die Waisen. Eine Geschichte aus den 
Bergen. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. I in 2056.2.4 

Winslow, Margaret E. The Sewells; or, to 
every man his work. A story of every-day life. 
Illus. 24.56 

Winter, John Strange, pseud. See Stannard, 
Henrietta E. V., nee Palmer. 

Wood, Ella P. Lady Grace. By Mrs. Henry 
Wood. 24.98 

W^oolley, Celia P. Love and theology. A 
novel. 23.53 

Woolsey, Sarah C. A short history of Phila- 
delphia. By Susan Coolidge \pseud.']. 238.16 

Wynne, E. Strong to suffer : a story of the 
Jews. 24.14 

The scene is laid in Palestine during the second century 
after Christ. 

Yonge, Charlotte M. The herb of the field. 
Reprinted from "Chapters on flowers" in the 
Magazine for the young. 161. 9 

Zagoskin, Mikhail N. Der Versucher. No- 
velle nach dem Russischen des Sagoskin von H. 
v. Veltheim. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. I in 2056.2.18 

Zingeler, Carl T. Zigeuner Rosel. Novelle. 
[Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung.] 

No. I in 2056.2. II 

Zogbaum, Rufus F. Horse, foot, and dra- 
goons. Sketches of army life at home and 
abroad. Illus. 652.3 

Zschokke, Johann Heinrich D. Grossere 
Novellen. 1044.10.2 

— Historische Novellen. 1044. 10.4 

— Humoristische Novellen. 1044. 10. i 

— Kleinere Novellen. 1044. 10. 3 
Zug, Der, der Zeit. Roman vom Verfasser von 

Im Banne der dritten Abtheilung. 2044.3 




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same or following day. 

Abbott, Willis. Blue jackets of 1812. 

Bri. 86.73; Chn. 2666.16; E. B. 141.18 

J. P. 926.8; Kox. 834.13; S. B. 155-58 

S. E. 245.14 

— Bluejackets of '61. Illus. J. P. 926. 11 
Abbott, Edwin A. The kernel and the husk. 

Letters on spiritual Christianity. By the author 
of " Philochristus " and " Onesimus " 

Rox. 7115.11 
Abbott, Jacob. Cousin Lucy among the moun- 
tains. J. P. 1 18.4 

— Cousin Lucy at play. J. P. n8.8 

— Cousin Lucy at study. J. P. 118.7 

— Cousin Lucy on the sea-shore. J. P. 118.6 

— Cousin Lucy's conversations. J. P, 118.5 

— Stories told to RoUo's cousin Lucy. 

J, P. 1 18.9 

Abercromby, Ralph. Weather. [International 

scientific series.] J. P. 1914.2 

Adams, William T. ^Oliver Optic.) Our 

standard-bearer : or, the life of U. S. Grant; as 

seen and related by Captain Bernard Galligas- 

ken, cosmopolitan. Illus. S. E. 170.14 

Aikin, John. Memoir. By Lucy Aikin. With 

a selection of his miscellaneous pieces. Phila., 

1824. Chn. 1031.2 

Alcott, Louisa M. A garland for girls. 

Bri. 42.117; Chn. 545 27; Dor. 487.29 

E. B. 462.15; J. P. 136.3; Rox. 1114.18 

8. B. 129.62; H. E. 646.20 

— Lulu's library. Vol. 2. Dor. 487.15 

J. P. 227.21 ; S. B. 130.47 

Alden, Isabella M. {Pansy.) Eighty-seven. 

Dor. 489.18; E. B. 462.14; J. P. X33.14 

S. B. 137-60 

— Wise and otherwise. S. E. 647.21 
Alexander, Sigmund B. Ten of us. Original 

stories and sketches. J. P. 326.20 

Allen, Edward Heron. Practical cheirosophy : 
a synoptical study of the science of the hand. 

S. B. 320.61 

Allen, F. M. Through green glasses. Andy 

Merrigan's great discovery, and other Irish tales. 

E. B. 256.26; S. B. 245.29 ; S. E. 546.10 

Allen, P'red H. Young folks' history of the 

Reformation. Chn. 418.10; J. P. 1037.1 

Rox. 625.22 

Allen, William. Life of William Allen, with 

selections from his correspondence. Phila., 

1847. 2 V. Portrait. Chn. 1011.8 

Allen, Willis B. The northern cross; or, 

Randolph's last year at the Boston Latin school. 

Bri. 24.137; Chn. 418.12 ; E. B. 13.37 

J. P. 124.21 ; S. B. 128.41 ; S. E. 617.24 

American military p cket atlas. London 
[1776-] Chn. 748.5 

Ames, Nathaniel. Nautical reminiscences. 
Providence, 1832. Chn. 733.26 

Andrews, Jane. Only a year and what it 

brought. Bri. 21. 151 ; Chn. 618.21 ; Dor. 483.16 

E. B. 13.39; J. P. 135-26; Rox. 1137.20 

S. B. 129.65 ;S.E. 623.16 

Appleton, John H. Chemistry : developed by 
facts and principles drawn chiefly from non- 
metals. Rox. 1723.22 

Arabian nights' entertainments. Lady Bur- 
ton's edition of her husband's Arabian nights. 
6 V. Rox. * 7452.1 

Argles, Margaret. The Duchess. By the 

author of " Phyllis," etc. Chn. 2172.21 

Dor. 3123.15; J. P. 617.16; Rox. 2626.15 

S. B. 238.68 ; S. E. 454-40 

Armstrong, John. Notices of the war of i8t2. 
N. Y., 1840. 2 V. Chn. 2714.22 

Armstrong, William. Thekla: a story of 
Viennese musical life. S. E. 546.13 

Arnold, Edwin. Lotus and jewel. [Poems.] 

Dor. 13.4 

Aryan, An, pseud. Early ideas. A group of 
Hindoo stories. S. E. 46.21 

Ascham, Roger. The scholemaster. ist ed., 
1570; collated with 2d ed., 1572. Eiiited by E. 
Arber. Rox. 1936 20 

Atheneum,The;or, spirit of the English maga- 
zines. Vol. 1-13. Boston, 1817-23. Chn. 3221. 1 

Atkinson, J. Beavington. Overbeck. [Illus- 
trated biographies of thegreat artists.] J. P. 2324. i 

Austin, George L. The life and times of 
Wendell Phillips. Dor. 506.36; Rox. 5236.13 

Authentic copies of letters between Sir Henry 
Clinton, and the commissioners for auditing the 
public accounts. London, 1793- Chn. 75^-23 

Baedeker, Carl, editor. Palestine and Syria. 
Handbook for travellers. 1876. Rox. 5917.20 

Baker, Josephine R. Roundtop and Square- 
top : the Gates twins. J. P. 1364 

Baker, William M. The making of a man. 

Dor. 3i2a.28 

Batch, Elizabeth. Zorah. A love-tale of mod- 
ern Egypt. Dor. 461.22; S. E. 546.3 

Baldwin, James. A story of the Golden age. 
•' S. E. 89.14 

Intended as an introduction to the reading of Homer. 

Ballantyne, Robert M. The fugitives ; or, the 

tyrant queen of Madagascar. Bri. 25.118 

Chn. 2145.21 ; Dor. 489 20; E. B. 253.6 

J. P. 312.26; Rox. H24.17; S. B. 113.47 

S. E. 617.17 




Ballou, Adin. History of Milford, Massa- 
chusetts, to 1881. Clin. 2746.19 
Balzac, Honord de. The country doctor. 

Kox. 2624.5 

— Pere Goriot. Rox. 2624.4 ; S. E. 481.39 
Bamford, Mary E. The Look-about club. 

Bri. 126.149; C'hn. 621.18; Dor. 523.8 

E. B. 462.16; J. P. 232.1 ; Eox. 1121.14 

S. B. 3"-32; S.E. 638.16 

Bancroft, Hubert H. History of the Pacific 

States of North America. Vol. 32. Popular 

tribunals. Kox. 7421.3 

Baring-Gould, Sabine. Red Spider. 

Dor. 461.16 ; J. P. 628.29 

— The story of Germany. [The story of 
the nations.] Rox. 637.15 

Barney, Marj'. A biographical memoir of 
Commodore Joshua Barney. Boston, 1832. 

C'hn. 103 1. 16 

Barr, Amelia E. A border shepherdess. A 

romance of Eskdale. Bri. 43.131 ; Chn. 2172.14 

Dor. 312a. 9; E. B. 256.19; J. P. 331.10 

Rox. 2626.12; S. B. 235.73; IS. E. 4"-37 

— Paul and Christina. Bri. 43.130; Chn. 2172.3 

Dor. 3123.7 ; E. B. 253.1 ; J. P. 536.26 
Rox. 2427.9 ; S. B. 235.72 ; S. E. 411.36 
Barrows, Samuel J. and Isabel C. The Shay- 
backs in camp. Dor. 45743; J. P. 1336.16 
Bartlett, John. Familiar quotations. Sth ed. 

Dor. 107.35 

Bartoli, Pietro S. Gli antichi sepolcri ovvero 

mausolei romani ed etruschi trovati in Roma 

[etc.]. Roma, 1768. Plates. Chn. 1212.16 

Baylor, Frances C. Juan and Juanita. 

Dor. 486.49; J. P. 222.27; S. B. 13337 

Previously published in St. Nicholas, beginning Nov., 

Bayly, ^daE. (^Edna Lyall.') In the gold- 
en da vs. A novel. E. B. 253.16; S. E. 5093.39 

— We two. A novel. E. B. 253.17 
Bayly, George. Sea-life sixty years ago. 

S. B. 225.35 

Beard, Lina and Adelia B. How to amuse 
yourself and others. The American girl's handy 
book. Illus. S. B. 317-54; S. E. 145.23 

Becht, Julius. Fairy fingers. A collection of 
easy piano pieces. Dor. 521.32 

Beecher, Henry W. Beecher as a humorist. 
Selections from his works. Compiled by 
Eleanor Kirk [pseud, of Nellie Ames]. S.E.48.6 

Beehler, William H. The cruise of the Brook- 
lyn. A journal of the principal events of a 
three years' cruise in the U. S. flag-ship Brook- 
lyn, in the south Atlantic station. The cruises 
of the other ves.sels of the American squadron, 
from 18S1 to 1S84. Illus. Rox. 7360.10 

Beers, Henry A. An outline sketch of Amer- 
ican literature. Chn. 5319.22; Rox. 1938.23 

Benedict, E. L. Stories of persons and 
places in Europe. Illus. S. B. 132.33 

Benger, Elizabeth O. Memoir of the life of 
Anne Boleyn. 2 y. Chn. 751.18 ; J. P. 1231.8 

Benning, Uovic, pseud. See Henry, Mary H. 

Benton, J. Rosalie. How to cook well. 

J. P. 2434.10 

Berard, Augusta B. History of the United 
States. Bri. 82.84 

— School history of England. Bri. 82.92 
Berghe, Osvaldo van den. The nun of the 

order of the Visitation, by name, Anne Madeleine 
de R^musat, of Marseilles, called the Second 
Margaret Mary of the Sacred heart. Dor. 178.41 

Berlitz, Max D. Methode Berlitz pour I'en- 
seignement des langues modernes. Partie fran- 
9aise, ler livre. S. E. 709.9 

Berlitz, Max D., and Dubois, Emil. Methode 
fur den deutschen Unterricht in den Berlitz'- 
schen Sprachschulen. 2 v. S. E. 700.3 

— Methode pour I'enseignement de la langue 
franijaise dans les ecoles Berlitz. 2 v. S. E. 709.8 

Bernard, John. Retrospections of America, 
1797-1811. Edited by Mrs. Bayle Bernard. 

Rox. 1033.18 

Most of the book is devoted to theatrical matters. Ber- 
nard was a comedian, and from 1S06-1S10 one of the mana- 
gers of the Federal-street theatre, Boston. 

Berrian, William. Travels in France and 
Italy, in 1817 and 1818. N. Y., 1821. Chn. 1031.4 

Besant, VValter. All sorts and conditions of 
men. Rox. 728.20 

Bevan, Philip. Songs of the War for the 
union, The mystic isle, etc. J. P. 1835.4 

Bibliotheca Americana ; or, a chronological 
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Grove, Joseph. The history of the life and 
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Harcus, William, editor. South Australia. 

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Hartley, May, nee Laffan. Ismay's children. 
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Mathews, Joanna H. Uncle Rutherford's 
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Molesworth, Mary L. Little Miss Peggy. 

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Murray, Eustace C. Grenville. French pict- 
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don. 1S45. 2 V. Chn, 771.4 

Wilson, Augusta ].,nee Evans. At the mercy 

of Tiberius. Chn. 2146.23; Dor. 461.10 

E. B. 253.12; J, P. 331-18; Box. 2626.16 

S. B. 146.32 ; !!>. E. 497-6 




Wilson, James C, and Fiske, John, editors. 
Appleton's cjclopjedia of American biography. 
Vol. 1-3. Illus. Portraits. Rox. R.R., I.2.5 

Contents. — :-3. Aaron-Lockwood. 

Wilson, James H. China: travels and investi- 
gations in the " Middle kingdom." Dor. 424.20 
Winchell, Alexander. Sparks from a geolo- 
gists hammer. S. E. 130.10 
Winslow, Catherine M., nie Reignolds. Yes- 
terdays with actors. Bri. 106.85 ; Chii. 2883.21 
Our bird allies. 

J. P. 2017.4 

Love and theology. A 

Dor. 461. 1 ; Kox. 2625.19 


Wood, Theodore. 

Woolley, Celia P. 

Woolsey, Sarah C. (Susau Coolid<re.) 
short history of Philadelphia, to [18S6J. 

Rox. 617.21 

Wright, Hezekiah H. Desultory reminis- 
cences of a tour through Germany, Switzerland, 
and France. \^Anon.'\ IBoston, 1838. Cllll. 1031.6 

Yonge, Charlotte M. Cameos from English 
history. Series 1-6. 6 v. Bri. 82.90 

— The herb of the field. Reprinted from 
"Chapters on flowers" in the Magazine for the 
young. S. E. 122.29 

— Under the storm; or, Steadfast's charge. 
Illus. Dor. 46535 ; S. B. 247.66 

The scene is laid in Eng-land during the time of the con- 
test between Charles I. and the parliament. 

Young, Alexander. Young folks' history of 
the Netherlands. Dor. 494.15 

Zogbamu, Rufus F. Horse, foot, and dragoons. 
Sketches of army life at home and abroad. 

Bri. 106.86; Clin. 5433.22; Dor. 496.21 
E. B. 231.13 ; J. P, 1621.2 ; S. B. 172.17 

Index of Articles upon American Local History, 

(^Continued from Bulletin No. 75.) 

It was primarily intended to index for this list only serial historical publications. In accordance 
with a later decision many state and county histories, in which the town or county history is 
separately treated, are included. Drake's Middlesex County, and Egle's History of Pennsylvania, are 
prominent examples of this class of publications. The local histories are there written by specialists. 

The full titles of the works here indexed, with their shelf-numbers, 
are given in Bulletin No. 65, page 330, and in Bulletin No. 67, page 88. 

Oak, Minn. History. 

Miss. Upper vail. hist. 443. 
Oakfield, Mich. History. 

Dillenback. Kent co. 73. 
Oak Grove, Minn. History. 

Miss. Upper vail. hist. 285. 
Oakham, Mass. History. 

Whitney. Wore. co. 248. 

— History. J. B. Fairbank. 

Wore. CO. hist. 2 : 157. 
Oakland, Minn. History. Freeborn co. hist. 512. 
Oakland, Penn. Annals. 

Blackman. Susquehanna co. 100. 

Oakland county, Mich. Early history. O. Pop- 

pleton. Mich. pion. coll. 7 : 556. 

— History of. T. J. Drake. 

Mich. pion. coll. 3 : 559. 
Oakwood, Minn. History. 

Miss. Upper valley hist. 624. 
O'Bannon, Ky. History. 

Ohio Falls cities, 2 : 50. 
Ocean county, N.J. Origin and significance of 
geographical names in. E. Salter. 

N.J. hist. soc. proc. 2d ser. 4: iS. 
Oceana county, Mich. Pioneer life in. H. 
Tower. Mich. pion. coll. 8 : 224. 

Oconto county, Wise. History. 

Wise. hist. atl. 228. 
Ogden, N.J. Pioneer history. 

Turner. Phelps & Gorham, 508. 


Ogdensburg, N.Y. The attack on. Feb. 22, 
1813. Dawson, 2 : 203. 

— Papers relating to the early settlement at. 

1749. N. Y. doc. hist, i : 275. 

— The repulse at. Oct. 4, 1812. 

Dawson, 2 : 137. 
Oglethorpe county, Ga. History. 

White. Hist. coll. 579. 

Ohio. Antiquities. Ancient rock inscriptions in 

Ohio. W.R. hist. soc. tract no. 11. 

Ancient village architecture. Indian and 

mound builders' villages. S. D. Peet. 

Am. antiq. (Peet's) 5 : 39. 

Flint implements found in. M. C. Read. 

Am. antiq. (Peet's) i : 98. 

Preglacial man in. G. F. Wright. 

Ohio archicol. and hist. q. i : 257. 
The relation of the glacial period to archae- 
ology in Ohio. G. F. Wright. 

Ohio archreol. and hist. q. i : 174. 

Relics of aboriginal art. 

W.R. hist. soc. tr. no. 52. 
See also Ohio. Mounds. 

— Art and artists in. F. C. Sessions. 

Mag. of west. hist. 4: i';2 to 4: 485. 

— Assembly. Recollections of the 47th General 

Assembly of Ohio, 1847-48. A. G. Riddle. 
Mag. of west. hist. 6: 341, 623. 

— Banks. The State bank of. J. J. Janney. 
Mag. of west. hist. 2 : 156. 







• Bench and bar of. 

Mag. of west. hist. 4 : 822 to 6 ; 

• Bibliography. Literary periodicals of 

Ohio valley. W. H. Venable. 

Ohio archreol. and hist. q. i : 201. 

■ Bibliography of the earthworks of C. 

Thomas. Ohio archaeol. and hist. q. i 

• Biography. Our territorial statesmen. 

Smucker. Mag. of west. hist. 

• - Personnel of the first geological survey of. 

C. Whittlesey. Mag. of west. hist. 2 : 73. 

• Boundary. The Michigan and Ohio boundary 

question. W. Duane. Am. hist. rec. 1 : 154. 

■ Canals. Governor Clinton and the Ohio 

canal. G. B. Merwin. 

Early settlers' assoc. of Cuyahoga co. 
Annals, no. 6 : 37. 

• Constitution. Constitutional convention, 1802. 

Hist. mag. 2d ser. 6 : 8. 

■ - First constitution of Journal of conven- 

tion, 1S02. Hist. mag. 2d ser. 6: 8. 

• Description, exploration. C^loron's expedition 

down the Allegheny and Ohio rivers in 1749. 
A. A. Lambing. Hist. res. in West. Penn. i : 7. 

■ - Celeron's journal. 

Cath. hist. res. 2:61; 2: 132. 

• - Celoron's voyage down the Allegheny. 

T. J. Chapman. Mag. of west. hist. 5 : 462. 
-Celoron's expedition in 1749. O. H.Mar- 
shall. Mag. of Am. hist. 2 : 129. 

• - Diary of E. Beatty, paymaster of the West- 

ern army, May 15, 1786, to June 5, 1787. 
Mag. of Am. hist, i : 175, 235, 309, 380, 432. 

■ - Early maps. C C. Baldwin. 

W. R. hist. soc. tr. no. 25. 

• - History of a voyage on the Ohio and Missis- 

sippi rivers, 1805. S. P. Hildreth. 

Am. pion. i : 89, 128. 

-Journal of Conrad Weiser in his journey to. 

1748. Penn. hist. soc. coll. i : 23. 

• - Map and description of Northeastern Ohio, 

by John Heckewelder, in 1796. 
Mag. of west. hist, i : 109; W.R. hist. soc. 

tr. no. 64. 

- New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio, in 
1787-8. M. Cutler. 

N.J. hist. soc. proc. new ser. 3 : 73. 

- The Northern posts. T. J. Chapman. 

Mag. of west. hist. 3 : 587. 

- Ohio surveys. C Whittlesey. 

W.R. hist. soc. tr. no. 59. 

Ecclesiastical affairs. Congregationalism in 

Ohio. J. C. Hart. Cong. q. 5 : 248. 

- Footprints of Puritanism. H. Rice. 

Mag. of west. hist. 2 : 88. 

- List of the presbyterian and congregational 
ministers of the Western Reserve, Northern 
Ohio. A.K.Clark. Am. quart, reg. 8 ; 219. 

Education. Early education in. J. Cohen. 

Mag. of west. hist. 3 : 217. 

• - Origin of the Ohio school system. M. D. 

Leggett. Mag. of west. hist. 7: 241. 

French and Indian -war. Bouquet's expedi- 
tion. Hazard reg. 10: loi. 

-French movements in 1753. T. J. Chap- 
man. Mag. of west. hist. 2 : 369. 

-Journal of C Gist, who accompanied Wash- 
ington in 1753. 

Mass. hist. soc. coll. 3d ser. 5 : loi. 

Geographical history of C. C. Baldwin. 
Mag. of west. hist. 1 : 16; W.R. hist. soc. tr. 

no. 63. 

Geology. The glacial boundary in. G. F. 

Wright. W.R. hist. soc. tr. no. 60. 

History of. C. W, Butterfield. 

Mag. of west. hist. 4 : 725 to 7 : 125. 
History. Centennial historical address. A. B. 

Skellenger. Fire L. pion. 12 : 30. 

- Discourse. J. H. Perkins. 

Ohio hist, and philos. soc. trans, pt. 2: 268. 

- A glance at Ohio's first century. A. A. 
Graham. Early settlers' assoc. of 

Cuyahoga co. Annals, no. 7 : 62. 

- Ohio in history. J. Q. Howard. 

Mag. of west. hist. 4: 481. 

- Ohio fifty years ago. [1837-8.] L Smucker. 

Mag. of west. hist. 7 : 140. 

- The state of Ohio. The sources of her 
strength. W. R. hist. soc. tr. no. 56. 

- When did Ohio become a state ? \. Smucker. 

Mag. of west. hist, i : 308. 

-When did Ohio become a state.' J. Q; 

Howard. Mag. of Am. hist. 17: 135. 

- When did Ohio become a state.' W. Wad- 
dle, jr. Mag. of Am. hist. 17 : 425. 

Indian occupation of A. Mathews. 

Mag. of west. hist, i : 41. 
Indian war in. A. Mathews. 

Mag. of west. hist, i : 193, 312. 

Indians. The defeat of Gen. St. Clair. Nov. 

4. 1791. Dawson, 2: 7. 

- Defeat of Gen. St. Clair in 1791. C. R. 
Oilman N.Y. hist. soc. proc. 1847 '• 34- 

- The Delaware Indians in. S. D. Peet. 

Am. antiq. (Peet's) 2 : 132. 

- Discourse on the aborigines of the valley 
of the Ohio. W. H. Harrison. 

Ohio hist, and philos. soc. trans, pt. 2 : 217. 

• - Early Indian migration in. C C. Baldwin. 

Am. antiq. (Peet's) i : 227; W.R. hist. 

soc. tr. no. 47 ; Mag. of Am. hist. 5 : 395. 

■ - Girt}'. The white Indian. A study in early 

western history. G. W. Ranck. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 15 : 256. 

- Inquiry into the identity and history of the 
Shawnee Indians. C C. Royce. 

Am. antiq. (Peet's) 3 : 177. 

- Iroquois in. C. C. Baldwin. 

W.R. hist. soc. tr. no. 40. 

-Journal of amission to the Indians in. 1773. 

Hist. mag. 2d ser. 7 : 103. 

-Journal of a treaty held in 1793, with the 

Indian tribes northwest of the Ohio. 

Mass. hist. soc. coll. 3d ser. 5: 109. 
-Journal of Col. Croghan's transactions with 
the Western Indians. 1765. 

N.Y. col. docs. 7 : 779. 

- Narrative of an embassy to the Western 
Indians, from the original manuscript oi 
Hendrick Aupaumut. 1791. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. 1 : 61. 
Judges of the supreme court, 1S03-52. A. 
T. Goodman. W.R. hist. soc. tract no. 2. 
Land. Connecticut land company. History 
of the original titles of the lands in that 
part of Ohio commonly called the Connect- 
icut western reserve- }. Perkins. 

Mahoning vail. hist. soc. coll. 1 : 142. 

- Indian titles extinguished. J. Perkins. 

Mahoning vail. hist. soc. coll. i : 134. 

- Organization of the Ohio land company. 
A. Mathews. Mag. of west, hist i : 32. 

- Origin of land titles in. J. Sherman. 

Fire L. pion. i, no. 2 : 5. 




• Surveys of the public lands in. C. Whittle- 
sey. W.R. hist. soc. tr. no. 6i. 

— Military affairs. Services of the Ohio com- 

pany in defending the United States frontier 
from invasion. W. P. Cutler. 

Ohio archaeol. and hist. q. i : 283. 

— Military history. F. Sawyer and others. 

Fire L. pion. 12: 77. 

^ Moravian congregations in. J. Blickensderfer. 

Moravian hist. soc. tr. i : 154. 

— The Moravian missions. E. Lane. 

Fire L. pion. 3 : 54. 

— Mounds. The ancient Ohio mounds. F. W. 

Putnam. Mag. of west. hist. 7 : 275. 
Discourse upon the mounds and mound- 
builders. C.Whittlesey. Fire L. pion. 7 : 11. 

Earthworks in. F. W. Putnam. 

Am. antiq. soc. proc. new ser. 3: 4. 

Iron from the Ohio mounds. F. W. Putnam. 

Am. antiq. soc. proc. new ser. 2 : 349. 

The mound builders. J. E. Stevenson. 

Am. antiq. (Peet's) 2 : 89, 185. 

The mound builders. E. B. Finley. 

Mag. of west. hist. 5 : 439. 

Mounds in. S. Park. 

Licking co. pion. assoc. pph. no. 6. 

— Names. Indian geographical names [of 

eastern Ohio]. R. Errett. 

Mag. of west. hist. 2: 51. 

— Revolution. Crawford's campaign. 1782. 

N. N. Hill, jr. Mag. of west. hist. 2 : 19. 

— Settlement. Celebration of the 86th anniver- 

sary of the settlement of Ohio, Apr. 7, 1874. 
Cinn. pion. no. 3. 

— -Die erste Niederlassungen in. 

Deutscher Pion. i : 65, 102, 135. 

The first pioneers. I. Smucker. 

Mag. of west. hist. 2 : 322. 
First settlement of the Virginia military dis- 
trict. Amer. pion. i : 71. 

Fragment of the early history. Address at 

Marietta on the 48th anniv. (9th Apr. 1836) 

of the first settlement of the state. A. Nye. 

Ohio hist, and philos. soc. trans, pt. 2 : 306. 

Minute of the taking possession of the Ohio 

river and its tributaries. 1749. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 6: 63. 

Papers relating to the first white settlers in 

Ohio. W.R. hist. soc. tract no. 6. 

Pioneer days in central Ohio. H. B. Curtis. 

Ohio archaeol. and hist. q. i : 243. 

Pioneer life on the Western reserve. J. H. 

Kennedy. Mag. of Am. hist. 16: <;26. 

— War 0/1812-13. The battle of the Peninsula, 

Sept. 29, i8i2. A. G. Riddle. 

Mag. of west. hist, i : 398. 

The battle of the Peninsula, Sept. 29, 1812. 

C. Whittlesey. Mag. of west. hist. 7: 322. 

Gen. Wadsworth's division. C. Whittlesey. 

W.R. hist. soc. tr. no. 51. 

— The whipping-post in Ohio. H. Barnes. 

Mag. of west. hist. 2 : 192. 
Ohio, N.Y. History, Benton. Herkimer co. 453. 

— History. Herkimer co. hist. 235. 
Ohio county, Ky. History. 

Collins. Kentucky, 2 : 665. 
Ohio county, Va. History. 

Howe. Hist. coll. of Va. 407. 
Ohio county, W. Va. History. 

Newton, Pan-handle, 94. 

— Organization of. G. S. M'Kiernan. 

Amer. pion. 2 : 394. 

Ohio river. Did La Salle descend the Allegheny 

and Ohio rivers in 1669-70.'' A. A. Lambing. 

Hist. res. in West. Penn. i : 137. 

— Discovery by La Salle, 1669-70. C. Whittle- 

sey. W.R. hist. soc. tr. no. 38. 

— The discovery of the. S. D. Peet. 

Am. antiq. (Peet's) i : 21. 

— Discovery of the, bj' La Salle, 1669-70. C. 

Whittlesey. ' Mag. of west. hist, i : 3. 

Ohio valley. Aborigines of the. W.H.Harrison. 

Ohio hist, and philos. soc. tr. pt. 2 : 217; 

Fergus hist. ser. no. 26. 

— Early settlement of the. Letters. 1784-1793. 

L. Butler. Mag. of Am. hist, i : 40, 112. 

— Some early travelers and annalists of the. 

W. H.Venable. 

Ohio archaeol. and hist. q. i : 230. 
Oklahoma, Indian territory. [Description.] W. 
F. Gordon. Southern bivouac, n. s. 2 : 148. 
Old Forge township, Penn. History. 

Lackawanna co. hist. 489. 
Oldham county, Ky. History. 

Collins. Kentucky, 2 : 667. 
Old Lyme, Conn. History. 

New London co. hist. ^43. 
Old Saybrook, Conn. History. W. B. TuUy. 

Middlesex co. hist. 442. 

Old Town, 111. Old settlers. Duis. McLean co. 738. 

Oldtown, Me. History. Penobscot co. hist. 454. 

Old Town lake. Identification of De Soto's 

burial-place. L. J. Du Pre. 

Am. antiq. (Peet's) 3 : 290, 
Oley, Penn. History. Rupp. Berks & L. cos. 230, 

— Moravian church in. Members. 1753. W, 

C. Reichel. Moravian hist. soc. tr. i : 399 
Olyphant, Penn. History. 

Lackawanna co. hist. 470 
Omaha. The Gentile system of the Omahas 
J. O. Dorsey. Am. antiq. 5 : 312 

Oneida, N.Y. Dr. Belknap's tour to. 1796. 

Mass. hist. soc. proc. 19: 393 
Oneida, Penn. History. 

Africa. Huntington & Blair cos. 328 

Oneida county, N.Y. Discovery of water lime 

S. Earl. Oneida hist. soc. trans. 1880: 125 

— Earliest factories of. M. M. Bagg. 

Oneida hist. soc. trans. 18S0: 112 

— Early history. Address, Jan. 13, 18S0. W, 

Tracy. Oneida hist. soc. publ. no. 5 

— History. Barber. Hist. coll. of N.Y. 226 

— The homes of the Oneidas. W. M. Beau 

champ. Mag. of Am. hist. 14: 387 

— Johannis Rueff, a pioneer of. F. H. Roof. 

Oneida hist. soc. trans. 18S1 : 96 

— Notices of men and events connected with 

the early history of. W. Tracy. 

Hist. mag. 2d ser. 10: 81 

— The oldest orchard in. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 13 : 593 

— Papers relating to the Oneida country. 1756 

57. N.Y. doc. hist, i : 327 

Onondaga, N.Y. The Cammerhoflf ti'ouble at 

1752. Moravian hist. soc. tr. 2 : 325 

— Colonel Romer's account of his visit to. 1700. 

N.Y. col. docs. 4 : 798, 

— Conference with the Five Nations at. 1713- 

N.Y. col. docs. 5 : 372 

— History. Clark. Onondaga co. 2 : 108 

— Journal of Maj. Dirck Wessel's embassy to 

1693. N.Y. col. docs. 4: 59, 

— Journal of Messrs. Bleeker and Schuyler's 

visit to. 1701. N.Y. col. docs. 4: 889. 



— Journal of Messrs. Hansen and Van Brugh's 

visit to. 1700. N.Y. col. docs. 4: 802 

— Narrative of a journey to, in 1737. C Weiser 

Penn. hist. soc. coll. i : 6 

— Notes of travel to, in 1745. A. G. Spangen 

berg. Penn. mag. of hist. 2 : 424; 3 : 56 

— Papers relating to the first settlement at 

1654-S. N.Y. doc. hist, i : 27 

— Proceedings of G. Johnson with the Indians 

at. 1762. N.Y. col. docs. 7 : 511 

— Report of journey to. 1700. R. Livingston 

N.Y. c6l. docs. 4: 648 

— Report of Messrs. Bleeker and Schuyler's 

visit to. 1701. N.Y. col. docs. 4: 917 

Onondaga country, N.Y. Champlain in the 
Onondaga valley. O. H. Marshall. 

N.Y. hist. soc. proc. 1849 • 9^ 

— Champlain's expedition against the Onon' 

dagas in 1615. O. H. Marshall. 

Mag. of Am. hist, i : i 

— Champlain's expedition. 1615. 

Mag. of Am. hist, i : 561, 571 ; 2 : 470 

— French invasions. G. Geddes. 

Mag. of Am. hist, i : 521 

— Journal of march from Fort Schuyler against 

the Onondagas. 1779. T. Mackin. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 3: 688 

— Papers relating to Count de Frontenac's 

expedition against the Onondagoes. 1696 
N.Y. doc. hist, i : 205 

— Report of voyage of M. de la Chauvignerie 

to. 1728. N.Y. col. docs. 9: 1007 

Onondaga count}', N.Y. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of N.Y. 243 

— Meeting of pioneers' of. Address by H. C 

Van Schaack. Hist. mag. 2d ser. 8 : 234 

Onslow county, N.C. History. 

Wheeler. No. Carolina, 2 : 298 
Ontario county, N.Y. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of N.Y. 256 

— History. Turner. Phelps and Gorham 
Ontario county, N.Y. See also Genesee country 
Ontario, Lake. From the Hudson to. F. A 

Vanderkemp. Buff. hist. soc. publ. 2 : 33 

Frontenac's voyage to. Journal. 1673. 

N.Y. col. docs. 9 : 95 

Narrative of Gov. de Courcelles' voyage to 

1671. N.Y. col. docs. 9 : 75 

Oppenheim, N.Y. History. Fulton co. hist. 237 
Orange, Conn. History. 

Barber. Conn. hist. coll. 245 
Orange, Mass. History. 

Conn. vail. hist. 2 : 633 

— History. Holland. West. Mass. 2 : 412 

— History of the churches and ministers of. 

Packard. Franklin co. 298 
Orange, N.H. Documents relating to. 1777-91 
With historical introduction. 

N.H. town papers, 13 : 112 
Orange, Ohio. History. 

Knapp. Ashland co. 499 
Orange, Vt. History. C. Carpenter. 

Vt. hist. gaz. 2 : 956 
Orange county, N.Y. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of N.Y. 262 

— List of the inhabitants of. 1702. 

N.Y. doc. hist, i ; 239 

— Militia of. 1738. N.Y. doc. hist. 4 : 136 

— Militia. 1775-83. N.Y. col. docs. 15: 289 

— A muster roll of the men raised and pass'd 

muster in the county of Orange, 1775. 

N.Y. col. docs. 15 : 168. 

— St. David's parish. J. F. Howe. 

N.Y. doc. hist. 3: 5c 

Am. hist. rec. 3 : 195. 
'J.Y. doc. hist. 3 : 508. 
Orange county, N.C. History. 

Slaves in. 175.?. 

Wheeler. No. Carolina 2 : 300. 
Orange county, Va. History. 

Howe. Hist. coll. of Va. 417. 
Orangetown, N.Y. History. 

Green. Rockland co. 331. 

— History. J. W. Ferdon. 

Rockland co. hist. 197. 
Orangeville, N.Y. History. 

Wyoming co. hist. 227. 
Orangeville, Penn. Orangeville church. J. 

Hist, journ. (Meginness's) i : 315. 
Oregon. Bibliography. W. E. Foster. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 7 : 461. 

— Oregon and her pre-historic relics. H. Buck- 

ingham. Am. antiq. (Peet's) 3 : 135, 

— Origin and meaning of the name. J. H. 

Trumbull. Mag. of Am. hist. 3 : 36. 

— The origin of the Oregon mission. E. Mal- 

let. U.S. Cath. hist. mag. i : 7. 

— Policy of President Tyler's administration in 

regard to. L. G. Tyler. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 11 : 168. 

— Sketch of the Klamath language of southern 

Oregon, etc. A. S. Gatschet. 

Am. antiq. (Peet's) i : 81, 161; 2: 210. 

— Territorial growth of the United States. Our 

title to Oregon. W. A. Mowry. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 16 : 333. 
Oregon, Ky. History. Ohio Falls cities, 2 : 369. 
Oregon, Wise. History. 

Park. Madison, etc., 505. 
Orford, N.H. Census, 1775. 

N.H. prov. papers, 7: 761. 

— Census, 1786. N.H. prov. papers, 10: 685. 

— Documents relating to. 1778-97. With his- 

torical introduction. 

N.H. town papers, 13 : 126. 

— Lists of the inhabitants and other documents, 

1765-93. N.H. town papers, 9: 645. 

Orient, L.L Inscriptions from the churchyard. 

R. King. N.Y. geneal. rec. 6 : 107. 

Oriskany, N.Y. Battle of. J. W. De Peyster. 
Hist. mag. 2d ser. 5 : 38. 

— Battle of. J. W. De Peyster. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 2 : 23. 

— Battle of. S. N. D. North. 

Mag. of Am. hist, i : 641. 

— Celebration of the battle at. Aug. 6, 1877. 

Beach. Centennial celebrations, 57. 

— Dedication of the Oriskany monument, Aug. 

6, 1844. Oneida hist. soc. tr. 1881-84 : 191. 

— Earliest factories of Oneida county. M. M. 

Bagg. Oneida hist. soc. trans. 1880: 112. 

— Fort Schuyler and Oriskany. Aug. 2 to 22, 

1777. Dawson, i : 237. 

— Memorial of celebration of centennial of bat- 

tle. Oneida hist. soc. publ. no.i. 

— The story of a monument. S. N. D. North. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 12 : 97. 

Orland, Me. List of members of the Methodist 

church, 1820. Bangor hist. mag. i : 26. 

— Settlement of. D. Harriman. 

Bangor hist. mag. i : 54. 
Orleans, Mass. Annals. 

Freeman. Cape Cod, 2 : 719. 

— Description. J. Freeman. 

Mass. hist. soc. coll. ist ser. 8: 186. 




— History. Barber. Hist. coll. of Mass. 48- 

— History. 

Dudley. Plym. and Barnst. cos. 150b. 

— Inscriptions in the old cemetery. J. Paine. 

N.E. h. g. reg. 21 : 212. 
OrleanSjN.Y. History. Hough. Jefferson co. 208. 
Orleans county, N.Y. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of N.Y. 274. 

— History. Turner. Phelps and Gorham. 
Orleans county, Vt. The congregational churches 

in. P. H. White. Cong. q. 6: 29, 157, 237. 

— History. Vt. hist. gaz. vol. 3. 
Orneville', Me. History. 

Loring. Piscataquis co. 196. 

Orono, Me. Early settlements on the Penobscot 

river. Bangor hist. mag. i : 206. 

— History. Penobscot co. hist. 443. 
Orrington, Me. Early history. D. Perham. 

Bangor hist. mag. i : 17. 

— History. Penobscot co. hist. 467. 

— Incorporation. March 21, 1788. 

Bangor hist. mag. i : 138. 

— Land grants. 1784-86. Bangor hist. mag. 2 : 65. 

— List of members of Methodist church, 1819. 

Bangor hist. mag. 1 : 22. 

— Marriages. 1790-1810. Bangor hist.mag. i : 135. 

— Marriages. 1771-1808. Bangor hist. mag. i : 108. 

— Petition of inhabitants of New Worcester to 

Gov. Hancock, 1783. Bangor hist. mag. i : 14. 

— Publishments. 1785-88. 

Bangor hist. mag. 1 : 32. 

— Publishments. 1787-1812. 

Bangor hist. mag. i : 176. 
Orrock, Minn. History. 

Miss. Upper vail. hist. 334. 
Orwell, O. History. Williams. Ashtabula co. 231. 
Orwell, Vt. History. A. M. Hemenway. 

Vt. hist. gaz. I : 73. 
Orwigsburg, Penn. History. 

Schuylkill co. hist. 364. 
Osborne's, Va. The action at. Apr. 27, 1781. 

Dawson, i : 687. 
Osceola, N.Y. History. Hough. Lewis co. 197. 
Osceola, Penn. History. C Tubbs. 

Tioga CO hist. 337. 
Oskaloosa, la. History. W. A. Hunter. 

Annals of Iowa, 7 : 31, 169. 
Ossian, la. History. 

Sparks. Winneshiek co. 129. 
Ossian, N.Y. History. 

Doty. Livingston co. 649. 
Ossining, N.Y. History. 

Bolton. Westchester CO. 2 : i. 

— History. G. J. Fisher. 

Scharf. Westchester co. 2: 321. 

— History of the parish and church of. 

Bolton. P. E. ch. in Westchester co. 656. 
Ossipee, N.H. Documents relating to. 1785-90. 
With historical introduction. 

N.H. town papers, 13: 138. 

— Indian mound in. Farmer Si. Moore, 2 : 45. 
Ossipee townships, Me. Deposition of Anna 

Dyer [concerning the heirship of the terri- 
tory now composing the " five Ossipee town- 
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Oswegatchie, N.Y. 

Hough. St. Law. and Frankl. cos. 367. 
Oswego, N.Y. The attack on. May 5 to 7, 1814. 

Dawson, 2 : 339. 
•!- Despatches relating to. 1725-27. 

N.Y. col. docs. 9: 976 

— Hifttorys. Clark. Onondaga co. 2: 354. 

— J. F. Mercer and the fall of Oswego in 1756. 

M. M. Jones. Potter, 7 : 178. 

— Journal of the siege of Chouaguen. 1756. 

N.Y. doc. hist, i : 315. 

— Journal of the siege of. 1756. 

N.Y. col. docs. 10: 440. 

— Loss of. 1756. N.Y. doc. hist. 2 : 427. 

— Memoir respecting a fort built by the English 

at. 1728. N.Y. col. docs. 9: 996. 

— Papers relating to the first settlement and 

capture of Fort Oswego. 1727-1756. 

N.Y. doc, hist, i : 287. 

— Report of voyage of M. de la Chauvignerie to. 

1728. N.Y. col. docs. 9: 1007. 

— A scrap of early Oswego history. M. M. 

Jones. Potter, 5 : 832. 

— Topography of the country between Oswego 

and Albany. 1758. N.Y. col. docs. 10: 674. 
Oswego county, N.Y. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of N.Y. 275. 
Otis, Mass. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of Mass. 85. 

— History. G. A. Shepard. 

Berkshire co. hist. 2 : 252. 

— History. J. Lee. Field. Berkshire co. 311. 

— History. Holland. West. Mass. 2: 540. 

— Revolutionary soldiers. 

Berkshire co. hist, i : 201. 
Otis county, N.Y. History. 

Clark. Onondaga co. 2 : 339. 
Otisfield, Me. History. 

Clayton. Cumberland co. 344. 

Otoe county, Nebr. Early days. E. H. Cowles. 

Nebr. hist. soc. tr. i : 37. 

— Historical recollections. J. Fitche. 

Nebr. hist. soc. tr. 1 : 27. 
Otsego, Minn. History, 

Miss. Upper vail. hist. 559. 
Otsego county, N.Y. The early Baptists in cen- 
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Hist. mag. 2d ser. 9: 391 ; 10: 43, 93. 

— History. Barber. Hist. coll. of N.Y. 280. 
Otselic, N.Y. Historical reminiscences. S. S. 

Randall. Hist. mag. 3d ser. 2 : 336. 

Ottawa county, O. History. 

Howe. Hist. coll. of Ohio, 393. 

— History. Knapp. Maumee vail. 531. 
Outagamie county, Wise. History. 

Wise. hist. atl. 229. 
Overfield township, Penn. History. 

Wyoming co. hist. 527. 
Owen, Ky. History. Ohio Falls cities, 2 : 375. 
Owen county, Ky. History. 

Collins. Kentucky, 2 : 669. 
Owsley county, Ky. History. 

Collins. Kentucky, 2 : 673. 
Oxford, Conn. History. 

Barber. Conn. hist. coll. 247. 

— History. Orcutt. Derby, Conn. 228. 
Oxford, Mass. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of Mass. 593. 

— History. Whitney. Wore. co. 82. 

— History. G. A. Stockwell. 

Wore. CO. hist. 2 : 169. 

— Memoir of French protestants, who settled in. 

16S6. A. Holmes. 

Mass. hist. soc. coll. 3d ser. 2:1; 
Wore. mag. 2 : 345. 
Oxford, N.J. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of N.J. 500. 

Oxford, N.Y. Historical reminiscences. S. S. 

Randall. Hist. mag. 3d ser. 2 : 228. 



Oxford, O. Ancient work near. R. W. McFar- 
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— History. Hill. Coshocton co. 676. 

— Miami university. Ain. pion. i : 267. 

— Oxford ; its settlement previous to 1S15. F. D. 

Drake. Fire L. pion. 3 : 39 ; 4 : 88. 

Oxford, Penn. History. 

Futhey. Chester co. 198. 

— Roll of Captain David Altemus' company. 

1812-14. Penn. archives, 2d ser. 12: 7. 

Oxford county, Me. Congregational churches 
and ministers of. E. Gillett. 

Am. quart, reg. 14: 269 
Oyster Bay, L.I. Annals. 

Prime. Long Island, 264 

— Armed occupation. 1777-83. 

Onderdonk. Revol. inc. in Queens co. 203 

— Documents. 1684. R.I. hist. mag. 6: 209 

— Friends' meeting-house. H. Onderdonk, jr. 

Am. hist. rec. i : 219 

— History. Thompson. Long Island, i : 484 

— History. Queens co. hist. 46S 

— Petition of inhabitants concerning title to 

1657. N.Y. col. docs. 14: 384 

— Proceedings to ascertain title to certain lands 

at. 1664. N.Y. col. docs. 14: 560, 

— Rate list. 1683. N.Y. doc. hist. 2 : 306 

— Slaves of. 1755. N.Y. doc. hist. 3 : 517 
Ozaukee county. Wise. History. 

Wise. hist. atl. 230, 
Pacheco, Cal. History. 

Munro-Fraser. Contra Costa co. 454 
Pacific states. Indian languages of the. A. S 
Gatschet. Mag. of Am. hist, i : 145; 8: 254 
Packersfield, N.H. Census, 1786. 

N.H. prov. papers, lo : 674 
Padua, 111. Old settlers. Duis. McLean co. 743 
Page county, Va. History. 

Howe. ' Hist. coll. of Va. 424 
Pahaquarry, N.J. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of N.J. 505 
Painesville, O. History. 

Riddle. Geauga and Lake cos. 211 
Paint, O. History. 

Finley and Putnam. Ross co. 147 

— History. J. W. Elliott. 

Putnam. Fayette co. 81 
Painted Post, N.Y. See Genesee country. 
Palatine, N.Y. History. 

Montgomery co. hist. 149. 

— History. Benton. Herkimer eo. 32. 

— Militia. 1778. N.Y. col. docs. 15 : 295. 
'— Papers relating to the Palatines. 1708-1770. 

N.Y. doe. hist. 3 : 325. 

— The Palatines and their settlement in the val- 

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Oneida hist. soc. trans. 1880: 30. 
Palmer, Mass. Extracts from the records, etc. 
1728-1793. S. Cotton. 

Hist. mag. 2d ser. 6: 233, 282. 

— History. Conn vail. hist. 2 : 984. 

— History. Holland. West. Mass. 2 : loi. 
Palmer, Minn. History. 

Miss. Upper vail. hist. 336. 
Palmer, O. History. Washington co. hist. 665. 
Palo Alto, Penn. History. 

Schuylkill co. hist. 20i. 
Pamelia, N.Y. History. 

Hough. Jefferson eo. 215. 
Pan-handle, W. Va. Annals of the Pan-handle. 
W. K. Pendleton. 

W. Va. hist. soc. proc. i : 34. 

Panton, Vt. History. Vt. hist gaz. i : 77. 

Paoli, Penn. History. 

Day. Hist. coll. of Penn. 314. 

— The massacre at. Sept. 20, 1777. 

Dawson, i : 313. 

— Massacre. 1777. Historical address. J. S. 

Futhey. Penn. mag. of hist. 1 : 285. 

— Oration at the anniversary celebration of the 

Paoli massacre, Sept. 20, 1830. T. S. Bell. 
Hazard reg. 6 : 228. 
Paoli, Wise. History. H. S. Utley. 

Park Madison, etc. 485. 
Paris, Mich. Historj'. Dillenback. Kent co. 78. 
Paris, NY. History. • Jones. Oneida co. 388. 
Parker, Minn. History. 

Miss. Upper vail. hist. 624. 
Parkman, Me. History. 

Loring. Piscataquis co. 163. 

Parkman, O. Ancient burial cists in. C. C. 

Baldwin. W.R. hist. soc. tr. no. 56. 

— History. B. C. Lyman. 

Riddle. Geauga & Lake cos. 153. 
Parma, N.Y. Pioneer history. 

Turner. Phelps & Gorham, 511. 
Parsons, Penn. History. Luzerne co. hist. 345. 
Parsonsfield, Me. History. 

Clayton. York co. 324. 
— History. York co. hist. 90. 

Pasquotank county, N.C. History. 

Wheeler. No. Carolina, 2 : 339. 

Passadumkeag, Me. Census of the town when 

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the inhabitants. Bangor hist. mag. 2 : 52. 

— History. Penobscot co. hist. 475. 

— Inscriptions from grave stones at. 

Bangor hist. mag. 3 : 92. 
Passaic township, N.J. History. S. B. Axtell. 
Morris co. hist. 260. 
Paterson, N.J. First Reformed church of. 

Morristown rec. 3 : 88. 

— History. Barber. Hist. coll. of N.j. 407. 
Path Valley, Penn. Journey from Path Valley 

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Hist. reg. (Egle's) i : 91. 

— Memorial of the inhabitants of. 1778. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 3 : 192. 
Patrick county, Va. History. 

Howe. Hist. coll. of Va. 426. 
Patten, Me. History. Penobscot co. hist. 478. 
Patterson, N.Y. History. Blake. Putnam co. 335. 
Patton, Penn. History. 

Linn. Centre & Clinton cos. 371. 
Paulding county, Ga. History. 

White. Hist. coll. 583. 
Paulding county, O. History. 

Howe. Hist. coll. of Ohio, 397. 

— History. Knapp. Maumee vail. 602. 
Paulus Hook, N.J. The assault on. Aug. 19, 

1779. Dawson, i : 543. 

— Deed for. 1638. N.Y. col. docs. 13 : 3. 

— Journal of a campaign from Philadelphia to. 

A. Roberts. Penn. mag. of hist. 7 : 456. 

Pavonia, N.Y. Origin of the name of Pavonia. 

S. Alofsen. N.J. hist. soc. proc. 9 : 35. 

Pawlet, Vt. History. Vt. hist. gaz. 3 : 870. 

Pawling, N.Y. History. 

Smith. Duchess co. 257. 

— Militia. 1775. N.Y. col. docs. 15 : 280. 
Pawpaw, 111. Historical sketch. 

Boies. De Kalb co. 509. 
Pawtucket, Mass. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of Mass. 128. 




Pawtucket, R.I. History, etc. 

Greene. Providence plantations, 375. 

— History. Rhode Island. Hist. 224. 

— Report of committee on the deed and maps of 

Pawtuxet lands. 

R.I. hist. soc. proc. 1SS4-5 : 47. 
Paxton, Mass. Historical sketch. 

Wore. mag. 2 : 232. 

— History. Whitney. Wore. co. 268. 

— History. G. A. Stockwell. 

Wore. CO. hist. 2 : 189. 
Paxton, O. History. 

Finley & Putnam. Ross co. 75. 

Paxton, Penn. The churches of Roan and 

Lind. Hist. reg.(Egle's) i : 131. 

— The Elders of Paxtangand Hanover. W. H. 

Egle. Notes and q. (Egle's) pt. 5 : 174, 177. 

— History. 

Egle. Dauphin & Lebanon cos. 441. 

— The manor of Paxtang. 1732. 

Notes and q. (Egle's) pt. 7 : 270. 

— Marriage record. 1741-1S10. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 8: 779. 

— Members of Paxtang church. 1S07-42. Dis- 


Notes and q. (Egle's) pt. 2 : 53, 86. 

— Nfew-side presbyterian graveyard, Lower Pax- 

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Dauphin co. hist. soc. [publ.] 1S7S: 57. 

— The Rutherfords of. Notes and q. pt. 3 : 104. 

— The schools and schoolmasters of Paxtang 

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— Subscribers to the salary of Rev. N. R. Snow- 

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Notes and q. (Egle's), pt. 5 : 185. 
Paynesville, Minn. History. 

Miss. Upper vail. hist. 444. 
Peabody, Mass. History. C. F. W. Archer. 

Wheatland. Essex co. 346. 

Peacham, Vt. Congregational church in. P. H. 

White. Cong. q. 4: 346. 

— History. Vt. hist. gaz. i : 358. 
Peach Bottom township, Penn. History. 

Gibson. York co. 761. 
Pedee Settlement, Iowa. John Brown among 
the Pedee Quakers. F. Lloyd. 

Annals of Iowa, 4 : 665, 712. 759. 
Peekskill, N.Y. Old burying ground. 1851. 

N.E. h. g. reg. 5: 45. 

— Peekskill village in the Revolutionary war. 

C. A. Campbell. Mag. of Am. hist. 8: 331. 

Peeling («ow Woodstock), N.H. Petition for 
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N.H. town papers, 9: 655. 

Pekatonica, Wise. Pekatonica battle contro- 
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Pelham, Mass. History. Conn. vail. hist. 1 : 548. 

— History. Holland. West. Mass. 2: 258. 
Pelham, N.H. Census. 1775. 

N.H. prov. papers, 7 : 764. 

— Census. 1786. N.H. prov. papers, 10: 646. 

— Documents relating to. 1747-56. 

N.H. town papers, 9: 652. 

— Documents relating to. 1750-97. With his- 

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N.H. town papers, 13: 142. 

— History. A. Berry. 

Hurd. Hillsborough co. 631. 

— Instances of longevity in, since 1798. Church. 

N.H. hist. soc. coll. 2 : 36. 
Pelham, N.Y. History. 

Bolton. Westchester co. 2 : 27. 

— History. C. E. Lindsley. 

Scharf. Westchester co. 1 : 701. 

— History of the parish and church of. 

Bolton. P. E. ch. in Westchester co. 692. 

— Mrs. Hutchinson's cottage. L. R. Marsh. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 16: 391. 

— Old Pelham and New Rochelie. W. Hague. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 8: 521. 

Pemaquid, Me. Account of Pemaquid. — Gro- 

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— Ancient Pemaquid : an historical review. J. 

W. Thornton. Me. hist. soc. coll. 5 : 139. 

— Inscriptions from the old Pemaquid fort bury- 

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Bangor hist. mag. 3 : 15. 

— Land titles. J. Johnston. 

N.E. h. g. reg. 25 : 140. 

— The Pemaquid country under the Stuarts. H. 

W. Richardson. Me. hist. soc. coll. 8: 181. 

— Pemaquid in its relations to our colonial his- 

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Me. hist. soc. coll. 7 : 127. 

— Pemaquid papers. F. B. Hough. 

Me. hist. soc. coll. 5 : i. 

— The pirate of. C. E. Banks. 

Me. hist, and gen. rec. 1 : 57. 

— Samoset and New England colonization. R. 

K. Sewall. Mag. of Am. hist. 8: 820. 

— Settlers in Pemaquid, known as " Cornwall" 

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Pembroke, Mass. History. 

Peirce. Hanson, etc. 49. 

— History. F. Collamore. 

Plym. CO. direct. 1867 : 78. 

— Marriages. 1755-87. H. H. Edes. 

N.E. h. g. reg. 31 : 68. 
Pembroke, N.H. Census. 1775. 

N.H. prov. papers, 7 : 763. 

— Census. 1786. N.H. prov. papers, 10: 647. 

— Documents relating to. 1744-74. 

N.H. town papers, 9: 657. 

— Documents relating to. 1747-9S. With his- 

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N.H. town papers, 13: 153. 

— History. J. N. McClintock. 

Hurd. Merrimack & Belknap cos. 560. 

— Signers of the Association test. 1776. 

N.H. state papers, 8: 263. 
Pencader, Del. Welsh settlers of. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 2 : 343. 
Pendleton county, Ky. History. 

"Collins. Kentucky, 2 : 675. 
Pendleton county, Va. History. 

Howe. Hist. coll. of Va. 428. 
Pendleton, N.Y. History. Niagara'co. hist. 329. 
Penfield, N.Y. Pioneer history. 

Turner. Phelps & Gorham, 521. 
Penn, Penn. History. 

Africa. Huntington & Blair cos. 336. 

— History. Linn. Centre & Clinton cos. 376. 

— List of inhabitants. 17S0-9S. 

Linn. HuflTalo vail. 182, 313. 

— Settlers. 1768. Linn. Buffalo vail. 23. 
Pennacook, N. H. Biography of Kaucamagas. 

Farmer's m. visitor, 13 : 129. 

— Biography of Passaconnaway. 

Farmer's m. visitor, 12 : 33. 

— Biography of Wonnalancet. 

Farmer's m. visitor, 12: 257. 




— The last of the Pennacooks. 

Farmer's tn. visitor, 13: 257. 

— Note on the Penacook Indians. 1824. J. 

Farmer. N.H. soc. coll. i : 219. 

— Penacook papers. N.H. hist. soc. coll. 3 : 212. 
Penn's Creek, Penn. The Mahan^ or Penn's 

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Penn's Neck, N.J. Church at. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. ii : 322. 

— Moravians in. 1745. W. C. Reichel. 

Moravian hist. soc. tr. i : 417. 
Penn's Valley, Penn. Fithian's journal. 1775. 

Hist. reg. (Egie's) 2: iii. 

— Petition from Penn's valley to be excused 

from militia service. 1779. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 3 : 323. 
Pennsburg, Penn. See Goshenhoppen. 
Pennsbury, Penn. History. Hazard reg. 6 : 62. 

— Historical sketch. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 2 : loi. 

— [Historical notice.] J. F. Watson. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. 2 : 176. 
Pennsylvania. Province. Assembly. Journal kept 
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Penn. mag. of hist. 5 : 60. 

— Biography. Samuel Carpenter, the elder. 

1649-1714. Lieutenant-governor and treas- 
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Mag. of Am. hist. 19: 28. 

— Boundary. See Pennsylvania. State. Bound- 


— Catalogue of papers relating to Pennsylvania, 

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Penn. hist. soc. mems. 4, pt. 2: 225. 

— Council. Minutes of the executive council. 

1700-12. Hazard reg. 6:9 to 6 : 230. 

Minutes of the provincial council. 1692. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 11 : 151. 

— Courts of, in the 17th century. L. Lewis, jr. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 5: 141. 

— Description. Collection of various pieces 

concerning Pennsylvania in 16S4. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 6: 312. 

Good order established in Pennsilvania & 

N.J., being a true account of the country. 
16S5. T. Budd. Hist. mag. 6 : 264, 304. 

Journal of S. Maclay. 

Hist. jour. (Meginness's) i : 169, 201. 
Letter relating to the state and improve- 
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Penn. mag. of hist. 4: 447. 

Letters from Pennsylvania, containing the 

state and improvement of the Province. 
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Penn. mag. of hist. 4: 189. 

Particular geographical description. A, of 

the lately discovered province of. F. D. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 4, pt. 2 : 83. 

Pennsylvania in 1708. 

Hazard reg. 5: 161, 177. 
Short description of province of New Swe- 
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Penn. hist. soc. mems. 3, pt. i. 

State of the province of. 1721. 

N. Y. col. docs. 5 : 603. 

— Ecclesiastical affairs. The planting of the 

church in. 

Perry. Amer. prot. episc. ch. i : 223. 

Religious tests in Provincial Pennsylvania. 

C. J. Stills. Penn. mag. of hist. 9 : 365. 

•- State of the Church of England in Pennsyl- 
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•The French in Western Pennsylvania. A. A. 
Lambing. Hist res. in west. Penn. i : 41. 

• French. Papers relating to the French occu- 

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Penn. archives, 2d ser 6. 

• Friends. The attitude of the Qiiakers in the 

provincial wars. C.J. Stilld. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 10: 283. 

• - Letter to the Society of Friends on their 

opposition in the legislature to all means for 
the defense of the colony. J. Logan. 

Penn. Iiist. soc. coll. i : 36. 

• History. Extracts from papers in office of 

secretary of the Commonwealth. R. Conyng- 
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Penn. hist. soc. mems. i : 333 

- - Smith's History of the Province of. 

Hazard reg. 6: 173 to 7 : 133' 

--Selections from the Logan papers. 1700- 

1714. Penn. hist. soc. coll. i : 273. 

- Keith's administration. Narrative of Sir W. 

Keith's coming to the government of Penn- 
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Penn. hist, soc mems. 2, pt. 2 : 23. 

■ Land. Proceedings of the officers of the 

Pennsylvania regiment, between 1764 and 
1774, in relation to obtaining a grant of land 
upon the west branch Susquehanna. 

Penn. hist, soc coll. i : 94. 

- Literature. Provincial literature of. T. I. 

Wharton. Hazard reg. 6 : 134, 145 ; 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. i : 107. 

- Marriages recorded by the registrar general 

of the Province. 1685-89. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 8: v. 

• Military affairs. Officers and soldiers in the 

service of 1744-64. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 2: 487. 

- Officers of the Province. 1681-1776. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9: 619. 

• Papers relating to provincial affiiirs. 1682- 

1750. Penn. archives, 2d ser. 7. 

- Penn'sdescriptionof 1681. Hazard reg. i : 305. 

- Penn's description of the Province. 1683. 

Hazard .reg. i : 433. 

• Penn's treaty with the Indians. Did it take 

place in 1682 or 1683.'' F. D. Stone. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 6: 217. 

■ Penn^s proprietorship. Briefaccount of public 

occurrences in the Province of 1762-64. 

Hazard reg. 6 : 297. 

- - Correspondence between William Penn and 

James Logan, and others. 1700-1750. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 9 and 10. 

• - Eulogy on William Penn, founder of. W. 

MacVeagh. Penn. -mag. of hist, i : 361. 

• - The frame of government of 

Hazard reg. i : 337. 

- - Frame of government. 1683. 

Hazard reg. 2 : 113. 

- - A further account of the Province of. 1685. 

W. Penn. Penn. mag. of hist 9: 63. 

■-Inaugural discourse. 5th Nov., 1825 [prin- 
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Penn]. W. Ravvle. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. i : 29. 

• - Robert Qiiarry's information against the 

government of Pennsylvania with Penn's 
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Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. 2 : 191. 




Instructions given by William Penn in 1681 

to his commissioners for settling the colony. 
Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. i : 213. 
John Penn's administration. W. A. White- 
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Letter to the inhabitants of. W. Penn. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 3, pt. 2 : 205. 

— - Letters of William Penn. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 6: 463. 

List of the instructions from Thomas and 

Richard Penn, proprietaries and governors 
of Pennsylvania, to John Hamilton. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. i : 223. 

List of the pilgrims of the " Welcome." 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. i : 467. 

Memoir on the locality of the great treaty 

between W. Penn and the Indian natives in 
1682. R. Vaux. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. i : 87. 

Original letters and documents relating to 

the history of Pennsylvania. W. Penn. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. i : 205, 437. 
Presentation of the belt of wampum deliv- 
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of 16S2. Penn. hist. soc. mems. 6 : 205. 

Speech addressed to the provincial council, 

Apr. I, 1700. W. Penn. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. 2 : 185. 

Vindication of William Penn by P. Ford, 

and other papers relating to settlement of. 
F. D. Stone. Penn. mag. of hist. 6: 174. 

William Penn and the bi-centenary, etc. D. 

Williams. Mag. of Am. hist. 8: 645. 

Wm. Penn, and the early settling of. J. 

Garretson. Amer. pion. 2 : 327, 358. 

— Persons naturalized. 1740-1773. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 2 : 345. 

— Proclamation by the provincial governors. 

1703-1760. Penn. hist, soc coll. i : 59. 

— Records. Abstract of early records. 1748- 

58. Hazard reg. 4 : 205 to 5 : 369. 

— Settlement. Information to persons as are 

inclined to America, more especially Penn- 
sylvania. Penn. mag. of hist. 4: 331. 

Narrative of the journey of the Schwenk- 

felders to. 1733. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 10: 167. 
The Swedes on the Delaware, and their in- 
tercourse with New England. F. Kidder. 
N.E. h. g. reg. 28: 42. 

Welsh emigration to. An old charter party. 

1697-8. Penn. mag. of hist, i : 330. 

— Trade. Articles, settlement, and officers of the 

Free society of traders in. 1682. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 5 : 37. 

Pennsylvania. State. The Acadian exiles in. 

W. B. Reed. Penn. hist. soc. mems. 6: 283. 

— Biography. Noted characters in our early 

history. I. Craig. Hist. reg. (Egle's) 2 : 248. 

— Boundaries of Pennsylvania and Maryland. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 6: 412. 

— The boundary dispute between Maryland and 

Pa W. B. Scaife. Penn. mag. of hist. 9 : 241. 

— Boundary. Claims of ye proprietors of Md. 

and Pensilvania. Hazard reg. 5 : 405. 
Documents respecting a temporary' line be- 
tween Pennsylvania and Maryland^ 1740. 

Penn. archives, i : ^9^. 

Early Virginia claims in. T. J. Chapman". 

Mag. of Am. hist. 13: 155. 

Journal of Gen. A. Porter. 1785. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 4 : 269. 

- Memoir on the controversy between W. 
Penn and lord Baltimore respecting the 
boundaries of Pennsylvania and Maryland. 
J. Dunlop. Penn. hist. soc. mems. 1 : 163. 

- Papers relating to boundary dispute between 
Pennsylvania and Maryland. 1734-1760. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 7 : 301. 

- Report of commissioners on boundary be- 
tween Pennsylvania and Virginia. 1784. 

W. Va. hist. soc. proc. i : 104, 106. 

- Report of Pennsylvania commissioners on 
boundary with Virginia. 1784. 

Penn. archives, 10: 374. 

- Situation of the inhabitants on the frontier. 
1765. J. Tilghman. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 10: 316. 

- Capital. Contest in regard to the location 

of the seat of government. 1802-5. A. B. 

Hamilton. Notes andq. (Egle's) pt. 5 : 190. 

-Climate of. B.Rush. Hazard reg. 2 : 151, 161. 

- Constitution. The federal constitution of 

1787. Sketches of the members of the 
Pennsylvania convention. W. H. Egle. 

Penn. mag. of hist. lo : 446 to 11 : 249. 

- The constitutional convention of. 1776. W. 

H. Egle. Penn. mag. of hist. 4: 89. 

- Description. Diary of Hon. William Ellery. 

Journey from Digh ton, Massachusetts to York, 
Pennsylvania. Penn. mag. of hist, il : 318. 
--Fithian's journal, 1775. 

Hist. reg. (Egle's) 2 : 241. 
--Journal of Col. I. Shreve from Jersey to the 
Monongahela. 1788. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 2 : 741. 
--Memoirs of country towns and places. Feb. 
17, 1830. J. F. Watson. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. 2 : 159. 
•-New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio in 1787-8. 
M. Cutler. 

N J. hist. soc. proc. new ser. 3 : 73. 
--Sketches of Western Pennsylvania. 

Hazard reg. 8 : 330, 378, 

--Western Pennsylvania in 1760. T. Hutch- 

ings. Penn. mag. of hist. 2 : 149. 

-Ecclesiastical affairs, ^he Baptists in. H. 

G. Jones. Hist. mag. 2d ser. 4: 76, 

--Episcopal church in. 

Hazard reg. 3 : 337, 353, 382. 

--Methodism in the North Branch. C. F. 

Hill. Hist. jour. (Meginness's) i : 244. 

--Mission of father Dubuisson in northern. 

1835. Am. cath hist. res. 4: 169. 

-Friends or Qiiakers. G. R. Powell. 

Gibson. York co. 278. 

- Germans. Eine Darstellungen der Sitten und 

Lebensweise der deutschen Einwohner von 
Pennsylvanien. B. Rush. 

Deutscher Pion. 7 : 267, 326, 368, 410. 

--The Pennsylvania Germans. H. L. Fisher. 

Gibson. York co. 219. 

- Governor. T. Wharton, jr., first governor of, 

under the constitution of '76. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 5: 426; 6: 91. 

-History. Anniversary discourse, Jan. i, 1827. 

R. Vaux. Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. i : 8. 

--Discourse on the early history of. P. S. Du 

Ponceau. Hazard reg. 12 : 225. 

-- Ebeling's History of. 

Hazard reg. i : 340 to 401. 
-Indians. Watson. Annals of Phila. 2 : 151. 

- Indians. M. L. Montgomery. 

Hist. reg. (Egle's) 2 : 291. 




-Indians. History of the Indian nation - who 
once inhabited. J. Heckewelder. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 12. 

- The massacre of the Moravian Indians, 1782. 
C. Whittlesey. Amer. pion. 2 : 425. 

- Memoir on tne history of the treaty made by 
Penn with the Indians. 16S2. P. S. Du Pon- 
ceau. Penn. hist. soc. mems. 3, pt. 2: 141. 

--Minutes of a conference held by the Lieut, 
gov. with several Delaware and Susque- 
hanna Indians, July 6, 1694. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. 2 : 207. 

--Notes on the Lenni Lenape, or Delaware 

Indians of. E. A. Barber. Am. antiq. 6 : 385. 

-Land. The Erie triangle and Northwestern 

Pennsylvania land titles. J. Gibson. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 11 : 358. 
-Literature. Early poets and poetry of. J. F. 
Fisher. Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2, pt. 2 : 53. 
--Progress of literature in. 

Hazard reg. 2 : 267 ; 3 : 20, 267. 

- Local government in. E. R. L. Gould. 

Johns Hopkins univ. studies, i, no. 3 ; 
Penn. mag. of hist. 6: 156. 
-Marriages previous to 1790. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 2 : i. 

- Marriages. Schwenkfelder marriages in. 

1735-1804. Penn. mag. of hist. 5: 470. 

- Medicine. Contributions to the medical his- 

tory of. C. Morris. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. i : 347. 

-Mennonite emigration to. J. G. de H. Scheffer. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 2 : 117. 

- Military affairs. Return of the Pennsylvania 

troops in the service of the U.S. commanded 
by Josiah Harmar, lieutenant-colonel com- 
manding, 1787. Penn. mag. of hist. 11: 181. 

- Names. Indian geographical names [in 

Western Pennsylvania]. R. Errett. 

Mag. of west. hist. 2 : 51. 

- Names which the Lenni Lennape or Delaware 

Indians gave to rivers, streams and localities 
in. J. Heckewelder. 

Moravian hist. soc. tr. i : 225. 

- Poets and poetry of, Early. J. F. Fisher. 

Hazard reg. 8: 152, 161, 177. 
■Politics. Middle colonies in 1755. Party dis- 
sensions in Maryland and. D. Dulany. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 3: 11. 
--Pennsylvania boroughs. W. P. Holcomb. 

Johns Hopkins univ. studies, 4: 131. 
•- Pennsylvania politics in 1741. J. Logan. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 6 : 402. 

Press. Newspapers and periodicals published 

in. 1828. Hazard reg. i : 398. 

Settlement. Early frontier life in. L. W. 

Brodhead, Am. hist. rec. 2: 194. 

■The Scotch Irish. R. C. Bair. 

Gibson. York co. 290. 

■Slavery in. G. H. Moore. Hist. mag. 11 : 112. 

■Slavery. Notices of Negro slavery in. E. 

Bettle. Penn. hist. soc. mems. i : 365. 

■ Wkiskey insurrection. Insurrection of the 

year 1794, in the western counties. T. Ward. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 6: 117- 

-Journal, during an expedition into Pa. in 

1794. W. Gould. N.J. hist. soc. proc. 3 : 173. 

-r Journal of an expedition made in 1794. to aid 

m suppressing the "Whiskey rebellion." 

D. Ford. N.J. hist. soc. proc. 8 : 75. 

-Journal of the "Whiskey insurrection." 

W. Michael. Hist. reg. (Egle's) i : 64, 134. 


The nation's first rebellion. H. G. Cutler. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 12 : 332. 

New light on the Whiskev rebellion. 1. 

Craig. : 

Mag. of west. hist. 6 : 514, 632 ; 7 : 10^. 

Observations on the trials for treason in the 

Western insurrection. J. B. Gibson. 

Penn. hist. soc. coll. i : 349. 

Papers relating to the Whiskey insurrection, 

1794- Penn. archives, 2d ser. 4: I. 

The Pennsylvania insurrection of 1794. J. 

Carnahan. N.J. hist. soc. proc. 6: 113. 

Penobscot, Me. Ancient Pentagoet. 

Bangor hist. mag. 3 : 74. 

— The ancient Penobscot; Pilgrims of Penob- 

scot. J. E. Godfrey. Me. hist. soc. coll. 7 : i. 

— Bingham's Penobscot purchase. 

Bangor hist. mag. i : 33. 

— Depositions about Penobscot. 1664. 

N.E. h. g. reg. 8: 287. 

— Expedition to. 1779. Journal of J. Lovell. 

Weymouth hist. soc. publ. no. i : 52. 

— Names. 1785-1790. Bangor hist. mag. i : 57. 

— Notice of Orono, a chief at. W. D.Williamson. 

Mass. hist. soc. coll. 3d ser. 9: 82. 

— Petition from inhabitants of Baggaduce, June 

3, 1785, to be incorporated as the town of. 
Bangor hist. mag. 3 : 77. 

— The proposed province of New Ireland. J. Wil- 

liamson. Me. hist. soc. coll. 7 : 199. 

— Visit of the Mohawks to Fort Penobscot. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 2 : 235. 
Penobscot bay, Me. The first steamboat on. J. 
Williamson. Bangor hist. mag. 2 : 64. 

Penobscot county, Me. Congregational minis- 
ters and churches of. E. Gillett. 

Am. quart, reg. 14:270. 

— Incorporation, etc. Bangor hist. mag. 2 : 241. 

— The incorporation of towns in. 

Bangor hist. mag. 2 : 239. 

— Revolutionary soldiers in. 

Bangor hist. mag. 3 : 45. 
Penobscot river. Ancient land grants east of. 

Bangor hist. mag. i : 29. 

— The ancient Penobscot, or Panawanskek. 

J. E. Godfrey. Hist. mag. 3d ser. i : 85. 

— Journal of the voyage of T. Pownall to. 1759. 

Me. hist. soc. coll. 5 : 361. 
Pensacola, Fla. Journal of the siege of. 1781. 
R. Farmar. Hist. mag. 4: i66. 

Pepin, Minn. History. 

Mitchell and Curtis. Wabasha co. 128. 
Pepin county, Wise. History. 

Wise, hist atl. 231. 
Pepin lake, Minn. The last French post in the 
upper Mississippi valley. E. D. Neill. 

Mag. of west. hist. 7: 17. 
Pepperell, Mass. History. Butler. Groton, 305. 

— History. P. Blood. 

Drake. Middlesex co. 2 : 261. 

— Lists of marriages, births and deaths. 

Butler. Groton, 468. 

Pequanock, N.J. Articles of association of the 

freeholders and inhabitants of, pledging 

themselves to sustain the Continental and 

Provincial Congresses. 1776. 

N.J. archives, 10 : 716. 

— History. J. L. Kanouse. Morris co. hist. 265. 
Perch lake, N.Y. Mounds at. D. S. Marvin. 

Jeff. CO. hist. soc. tr. 1886-7 : 58. 
Perkins, O. Notes on the organization of Per- 
kins township. A. Fell. P'ire L. pion. 9 : 43. 



— Personal reminiscences of the settlement. 

T. B. Taylor. Fire L. pion. 6: j8. 

— Sketch of the early settlement. J. F. Green. 

Fire L. pion. 6 . 23. 

— Some account of the settlement. F. D. Parrish. 

Fire L. pion. 6 : 9. 
Perkiomen, Penn. Marriage record of St. James' 
episcopal church. 1788-1S13. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9: 165 
Perquimans county, N.C. History. 

Wheeler. No. Carolina, 2 : 341 
Perrinton, N.Y. History. 

Turner. Phelps and Gorham, 529 
Perry, Ind. History. L. H. Newton. 

Helm. Allen co. 167 

— History. Young. Wayne co. 304 
Perry, Iowa. Settlement. 

Annals of Iowa, 4 : 593 
Perry, N.Y. History. Wyoming co. hist. 237 
Perry, O. History. 

Antrim. Champ, and Logan cos. 145 

— History. Everhart. Muskingum co. 380 

— History. Hill. Coshocton co. 580 

— History. Hill. Licking co. 584 

— History. Knapp. Ashland co. 428 

— History. Martin. Franklin co. 255 

— History. S. Fisher and T. Moon. 

Putnam. Fayette co. 30. 

— History. Riddle. Geauga and Lake cos. 240 

— Reminiscences of the pioneers. J. Allison. 

Knapp. Ashland co. 435 
Perry, Penn. History. S. Wright. 

Egle. Pennsylvania, 1006 
Perry, Wise. History. G. Bjornson. 

Park. Madison, etc. 291 
Perry county, Ala. History. 

Brewer. Alabama, 488 
Perry county, Ky. History. 

Collins. Kentucky, 2 : 677 
Perry county, O. History. 

Graharn. Fairfield and Perry cos. i 

— History. Howe. Hist. coll. of Ohio, 397 
Perry county, Penn. History. 

Day. Hist. coll. of Penn. 537 

— History. Rupp. Dauphin [etc.] cos. 545 
Perrysburg, O. History. 

Knapp. Maumee vail. 432 
Perryville, Ky. A glimpse of. J. M. Wright. 

Southern bivouac, new ser. i : 129 
Person county, N.C. History. 

Wheeler. No. Carolina, 2 : 343 

Perth, N.Y. History. Fulton co. hist. 239 

Perth Amboy, N.J. Answer of the rioters, etc 

1746. N.J. archives, 7 : 30 

— History. Barber. Hist. coll. of N.J. 305 

— Instructions for laying out of. 16S3. 

N.J. archives, i : 434 

— List of rioters at. 1747. N.J. archives, 7: 458 

— Papers relating to a riot at. 1752. 

N.J. archives, 8: 43 

— Records of Friends' monthly meeting, 1686- 

168S. Hist. mag. 2d ser. 7 : 234 

— Riot at. 1747. N.J. archives, 6: 463 

— Riots at. 1748. N.J. archives, 7 : 178 

— Seal. N.J. archives, 5 : 284 
Peru, Mass. History. 1829. J. M. Brewster. 

Field. Berkshire co. 443 

— History. Holland. West. Mass. 2 : 543 

— History. A.B.Whipple. 

Berkshire co. hist. 2 : 264 

— Revolutionary soldiers. 

Berkshire co hist, i : 201 

Peru, O. Army record of. War of the Rebellion- 
C. Woodruff. Fire L. pion. new ser. 3 : 8o- 

— Memoirs of early settlement. L. R. Sutton. 

Fire L. pion. i : 36; 2, no. 2 : 46. 
Peru, Vt. History. Vt. hist. gaz. i : 213. 

Peterborough, N.H. Census. 1775. 

N.H. prov. papers, 7: 762. 

— Census, 1786. N.H. prov. papers, 10: 666. 

— The centennial of. J. H. Morison. 

N.H. book, 1844: 122. 

— Documents relating to. 1759-74. 

N.H. town papers, 9: 665. 

— Documents relating to. 1771-90. With his- 

torical introduction. 

N.H. town papers, 13 : 174. 

— Ecclesiastical history of. E. Dunbar. 

Farmer & Moore, l : 55. 

— History. Hurd. Hillsborough co. 650. 

— Petition of Peterboro' for defence. 1750. 

N.E. h. g. reg. 6: 367. 

— Recollections of. J. Wilson, jr. 

N.H. book, 1844: 109. 

— Signers of the Association test. 1776. 

N.H. state papers, 8: 265. 

— Topographical and historical account. 1822. 

Farmer & Moore, i : 129. 
Peters, Penn. Taxables and freemen. 1786. 
Settlement. 1751. 

McCauley. Franklin co. 86, 188. 
Petersburgh, Ga. Dead towns of Ga. C. C 
Jones, jr. Ga. hist. soc. coll. 4: 233. 

Petersham, Mass. History. 

Barber. Hist. coll. of Mass. 596. 

— History. Whitney. Wore. co. 215. 

— History. G. W. Horr. Wore. co. hist. 2 : 199. 
Pewaukee, Lake. See Sakaegan. Lake. 
Pharsalia, N.Y. Historical reminiscences. S. 

S. Randall. Hist. mag. 3d ser. 2 : 336. 

Phelps, N.Y. History. 

Turner. Phelps & Gorham, 223. 
Philadelphia, N.Y. History. 

Hough. Jefferson co. 217. 
Philadelphia, Penn.^ Academy of fine arts. 
Correspondence relative to the establishment 
of the Academy of fine arts of. 1805. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 9: 121. 

— The Acadians in. M. I. J. Griffin. 

Hist. res. in west. Penn. i : 98. 

— Amusements and politics in 1794. W. J. 

Potts. Penn. mag. of hist. 10: 182. 

— Annals from the minutes of the common 

council, 1704 to 1776. 

Hazard reg. 1 : 124 to 2 : 199. 

— The Arch street bridge. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 1 : 364. 

— Banks. Watson. Annals of Phila. 3 : 381. 

— Benezet's House and Chestnut street bridge. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 371. 

— Bi-centennial anniversary of the landing of W. 

Penn. 18S2. Penn. mag. of hist. 6: 435. 

— Bingham's mansion. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 3 : 270, 414. 

— Biography. Rev. J. Duch6, first chaplain of 

Congress. E. D. Neill. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 2 : 58. 

— Blue anchor tavern. The early government 

of Phila., and the Blue anchor tavern land- 
ing. E. P. AUinson and B. Penrose. 

Penn. mag of hist 10: 61. 
Landing of Penn at the Blue anchor tav- 
ern. Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 130. 

— Carpenters' hall. Hist. mag. 1 : 330. 




Philadelphia, Penn., continued. 

— Carpenters' hall. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 3 : 278. 

— Carpenter's mansion. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 376. 

— The Caves. Watson. Annals of Phila. i: 171. 

— Census. Comparative views of the popula- 

tion of the city and county of. 1830. 

Hazard reg. 8 : 65. 

— Centennial memoranda. 

Potter, 6 : 375 to 7 : 147. 

— Charities. Public charities of. 

Hazard reg. 3 : 41, 49, 228. 

Overseers of the poor. Accounts. 1758-59. 

Penn. hist. soc. coll. i : 43. 

— Christ church hospital. E. A. Foggo. 

Perry. Amer. prot. episc. ch. i : 660. 

— Churches. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 447; 3 : 306. 

— Churches in, 1793. List of. Hazard reg. 5 : 367. 

— Churches. The first presbytery. 

Morristown rec. i : 18, 27, 33. 

History of the presbytery of. 1706-1831. 

Hazard reg. 8: 13 to 8 : 104. 

List of pastors, etc. 1778-1841. T. C. 


Amer, cath. hist. soc. of Phila. rec. i : 207. 

Old presbyterian churches in. 

Our ancestors, i : 86. 

Christ church. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 378; 3 : 193. 

Marriage record. 1709- 1806. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 8 : i. 

Records. Burials, 1709-60. C. R. Hilde- 

burn. Penn. mag. of hist, i : 219 to 7 : 338. 

Tombstones in. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 7 : 475. 

The United churches of Christ church and 

St. Peter's. T. F. Davies. 

Perry. Amer. prot. episc. ch. i : 605. 

— — The Washington and Franklin pews. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 3 : 230. 

First baptist church. Marriage record. 

1761-1S03. Penn. archives, 2d ser. 8: 733. 
First presbyterian church. Historical ac- 
count of. A. Barnes. 

Am. quart, reg. 13 : 303. 

Marriage record of the. 1702-45; 1760- 

1803. Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9: i. 

German Lutheran congregation. Sketch 

of the history of the. Hazard reg. 4 : 369. 

German reformed church. Marriage record. 

1748-1802. Penn. archives, 2d ser. 8: 649. 

Gloria Dei church. See Philadelphia. 

Churches. Swedes' church. 

Holy Trinity church. Sermon, Nov. 20, 

1796, the anniversary of the opening of 
Holy Trinity church of the German catholic 
congregation. J. N. Goetz. 

Am. cath. hist. res. 4: 112. 

Keithian meeting-house. 1730-1. 

Penn. archives, i : 285. 

Pine st. presbyterian church. Epitaphs on 

tombstones of old. H. E. Lutz. 

Our ancestors, i : 88. 

St. Augustine's church. Registers. 

Amer. cath. hist. soc. of Phila. lec. i : 351. 

Sketch of the history of. T. S. Westcott. 

Amer. cath. hist. soc. of Phila. rec. i : 165. 
St. Joseph's church. List of baptisms reg- 
istered at. 1758-75. 
Amer. cath. hist. soc. of Phila. rec. i : 246. 


Philadelphia, Penn., continued. 

Return of the Jesuits to old St. Joseph's. 

Amer. cath. hist. res. 3: 53. 

St. Joseph's church in 1836. 

Amer. cath. hist. res. 4: 179. 

St. Mary's church. The " Cessation " at 

St. Mary's. Amer. cath. hist. res. 3: 83. 

The right of patronage to St. Mary's. 

Amer. cath. hist. res. 3 : 58. 

St. Michael's and Zion church. Marriage 

record of. 1745-1800. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9: 285. 

St. Paul's church. Marriage record of. 

1759-1806. Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9: 441. 

St. Peter's church. The united churches of 

Christ church and St. Peter's. T. F. Davies. 
Perry. Am. prot. episc. ch. i : 605. 
Second presbyterian church. Marriage rec- 
ord. 1763-1812. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9: 553. 
Swedes' church. Extracts from parish rec- 
ords of Gloria Dei church. 1697-1753. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 2: 224, 341. 

Marriage record. 1750-1810. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 8 : 287. 

Swedes' church. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 146; 3: 106. 
Third presbyterian church. Marriage rec- 
ord. 1758-99. Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9 : 513. 

— Clarke's hall. 
Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 374. 

— Clymer house. Mag. of Am. hist. 5 : 201. 

— Congress, 1774. 
Mass. hist. soc. coll. 4th ser. 10: 706. 

— Congress. Oration on the looth anniversary 
of the first Continental congress, Sept. 5, 
1774, by H. A. Brown; Proceedings at the 
centennial commemoration. 

N.E. h. g. reg. 29: 426. 

— Court-house. The county court-house. His- 
tory. Hist, mag. 10: 105, 

The old courthouse and Friends" meeting. 

Watson. Annals of Phila, i : 350. 

— Description of an old view of. 

Hist. mag. i : 136, 

— Description. Extracts from the Letter-book 
of James Claypooie. 1683, 4. 

Penn. mag of hist. 10: 401. 
Philadelphia in 1732. P. S. Duponceau. 

Philadelphia book, 1836: i. 
See also Philadelphia. Streets. 

— The drawbridge and Dock creek. 
Watson. Annals of Phila. r : 336. 

— Duchy's house and St. Peter's church. 
Watson. Annals of Phila. 3 : 266. 

— Families who arrived at. between 16S2 and 
1687. Penn. mag. of hist. 8 : 328. 

— The Federal procession. 17S8. 
Watson. Annals of Phila. 2: 341. 

— Fires and fiie engines. 
Watson. Annals of Phila. 3 : 405. 

— Fort Mifflin. Penn. archives, 12 : 407, 

— Fort Mifflin. The attack on Fort Mifflin, 
Nov. 10 to 15, 1777. Dawson, i : 360. 

The attack on Fort Mifflin, 1777. 

Hist. mag. 3d ser, 1 : 77. 

Notes on. 1771. J. Montr^sor. 

N.Y. hist. soc. coll, 18S1 : 414. 

The siege of Fort Mifflin. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 11 : 82. 

— Friends' meeting at Centre square. 
Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 390. 



Philadelphia, Penn., continued. 

— The Friends. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 499. 

— Friends. Representation of the Qiiakers, 

1781. Penn. archives, 9: 450. 

— Germans. Die Deutschen von P. im Jahre 

1776. O. Seidensticker. 

Deutscher Pion. 8: 190, 245, 284, 343. 

— The Governor's mill and the Globe mills. S. 

H. Needles. Penn. mag. of hist. 8: 279,377. 

— Hall of the Historical society. Inauguration 

of the new hall of the Historical society' of 
Pennsylvania. Penn. mag. of hist. 8: 184. 

— Hessians in. J. Heinrichs. 

Penn. mag. of hist, i : 40. 

— High street prison and market shambles. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 356. 

— History. Epitome of primitive colonial his- 

tory. Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 6. 

— History. Day. Hist. coll. of Penn. 543. 
History. T. Westcott. 

Egle. Pennsylvania, 1015. 

— Independence hall. B.J. Lossing. Potter, 7 : i. 
Where the constitutional convention met. 

J. B. McMaster. Penn. mag. of hist. 11 : 81. 

— The Indian treaty for the lands now the site of 

Philadelphia. J. F. Watson. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 3, pt. 2 : 129. 

— Journal of W. Black. 1744. 

Penn. mag. of hist, i : 117 to 2 : 40. 

— Journal, 1762-4. S. Foulke. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 5 : 60. 

— Libraries. Watson. Annals of Phila. 3 : 335. 

— Libraries. Notes for a history of the Library 

company of. Hazard reg. i6 : 201. 

— London coffee house. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 393. 

— Manners and customs. Habits and state of 

society. Watson. Annals of Phila. 1: 1-2. 

— Market. Petition of inhabitants respecting 

powder house and market. 1645-6. 

Penn. archives, i : 675. 

— Market-houses. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 3 : 182. 

— Marriages authorized by the Philadelphia 

monthly meeting of Friends. 16S2-1756. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9:201 

— Marriages of New England people in. C. R 

Hildeburn. N.E. h. g. reg. 32:419 

— Marriages. See also Philadelphia. Churches 

— Militia. List of associated companies. 1756 

Penn. archives, 3 : 19 

— Mint. Notes on the early history. 1781. R 

Morris. Hist. mag. 2d ser. i :3o, 

— Moravian Indians in. J. H. Jordan. 

Am. hist. rec. x:2i6 

— Moravians. The first [and second] " Sea con 

gregation." 1742,43. J. C. Brickenstein. 

Moravian hist. soc. trans. 1 133, 107 

Marriage register of the Moravian church 

1743-1800. Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9: 147 

Members of the colony, called "The first 

[and second] Sea congregation." 

Moravian hist. soc. tr. 1 .•331, 336. 

Members of the Moravian church. 1747- 

49. W. C. Reichel. 

Moravian hist. soc. tr. i : 371. 

— Naval Asylum. Account of the origin. E. 

Shippen. Penn. mag. of hist. 7 : 117. 

— Navy yard. History and reminiscences of 

the Philadelphia navy yard. II. M. Vallette. 
Potter, 6 : 9 to 6 : 407. 

Philadelphia, Penn., continued. 

— The Paxton boys. Hazard reg. 12 :<). 

— Paxton riots. Account of the march of the 

Paxton boys against Phila. in 1764. H. M. 
Muhlenberg. Penn. hist soc. coll. i : 73. 

— Paxton riots. 

Mass. hist. soc. coll. 4th ser. 10 : 508. 

— Pegg'sRun. Watson. Annals of Phila. i .'436. 

— Penn's cottage in Ljetitia court. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i: 158. 

— Pennsylvania hospital. List of subscribers to 

the capital stock of the. 1751-2. 

Penn. archives, 2 : 87. 

— Penny-pot house and landing. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 1 : 153. 

— Persons and characters. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 1 : 511. 

— Pestilence. The pestilence of 1793. C. B. 

Brown. Phila. book, 1836 : 204. 

Proposal for altering the eastern front of the 

city of Phila. to prevent the occurrence of 
malignant disorders. 1820. P. Beck, jr. 

Penn. hist. soc. coll. 1 : 382. 

— Petition of the inhabitants to the assembly 

[in regard to internal government]. 1701. 
Penn. hist. soc. coll. i : 275. 

— Poole's bridge. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 156. 

— Potter's field, now Washington square. 

Penn. archives, 12 : 468. 

— Press. History of a newspaper. The Penn- 

sylvania gazette. P. L. Ford. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 15: 452. 

— Printing;. Early printing in. J. W. Wallace. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 4: 432. 

Early printing. Address to commemorate 

the 200th anniversary of the introduction of 
printing into the middle colonies. G. D. 
Boardman. Penn. mag. of hist. 10:15. 

— Reminiscences. S. Hall. 

Phila. book, 1836 : 278. 

— Restoration of the Schuylkill gun. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 8: 199. 

— Revolution. Contributions of the Society of 

Friends of Philadelphia, for relief of Boston 
sufferers. 1775-76. 

Penn. mag. of hist, i : 168. 

Diary kept while the city was occupied by 

British army in 1777. R. Morton. 

Penn. hist. mag. 1:1. 

Diary of J. Allen. 1770-1778. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 9: 176, 278, 424, 

Diary of S. Ward. 1774-76. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 1 :438, 503, 549. 
Early days of the Revolution in. C. Thom- 
son. Penn. mag. of hist. 2 : 411. 
Extracts from Rev. Dr. Muhlenberg's jour- 
nals of 1776 and 1777. 

Penn. hist. soc. coll. 1 : 147. 

Extracts from the letters of Samuel Cooper. 

1777-78. Penn. mag. of hist. 10: 33. 

The French allies at. J. A. Stevens. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 5 : i. 

Journal. 1778. Sally Wister. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 9 : 463; 10:51. 

Journal of Capt. John Montrdsor. 1777-78. 

Penn. rnag. of hist. 6 : 34, 1S9, 284. 
Journal written while living near Phila- 
delphia in 1772-73. Sarah Eve. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 5 : 19, 191. 

Meeting respecting the Boston port bill. 

Hazard reg. 3 : 26, 34. 



Philadelphia, Penn., continued. 

Military operations near. 1777-S. T. Paine. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 2 : 283. 

Narrative of the Prince de Broglie. 1782. 

Mag. of Am. hist, i : 231. 

Riot. April, 1769. 

Mass. soc. coll. 4th ser. 10:611. 

— Riots. Town meeting in relation to late riots. 

1834. Hazard reg. 14: 200. 

— Rousseau in. L. Rosenthal. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 12 : 46. 

— Schools. The old Academy. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 3 : 274. 

Brief sketch of the seminary of St Charles 

Borromeo. M. F. Valiette. 

U.S. cath. hist. mag. i : 21. 

College and Academy of. 

Perry. Am. prot. episc. ch. i : 42S. 

— Schuylkill bridge. Statistical account of the 

Schuylkill permanent bridge. 

Hazard reg. 10: 146, 179, 193, 213. 

— Shippen's house. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 368. 

— Social affairs. The city dancing assembly. 

1749. Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 283. 

Philadelphia society in 1804. J. Mason. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 11 : 89. 

Philadelphia society one hundred years ago. 

Address, May 5, 1879. ^- ^- Stone. 

Penn. mag. of 3 : 361. 

Society for political inquiries. Minute book. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 2 pt. 2 : 42. 

— Stamp act. Account of the reception of the 

stamp act in. Penn. hist. soc. coll. i : 78. 

— Stamp act times. 1765. Hazard reg. 2 : 243. 

— State house. The. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 3 : 204. 

— State house. City title to the State house 

yard. Hazard reg 2 : 229. 

State house and yard. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 396. 

— Stone prison, The. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 360. 

— Streets. North Second street and its associa- 

tions. T. Ward. Penn. mag. of hist. 4: 164. 
Second street and the Second street road 

and their associations. T. Ward. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 4: 401. 
South Second street and its associations. 

T. Ward. Penn mag. of hist. 4: 42. 

— Taverns. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. i : 463 ; 3 ; 344. 

— Theatres. Watson. Annals of Phila. 3: 369. 
Memorial against. 1783 

Penn. archives, 10: 141. 

— Town meeting on French revolution. 

Hazard reg. 6: 217. 

— Trade. Exports from. 1759-63. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 4: 509 

Extracts from a merchant's letters, 1784-86 

Mag. of Am. hist. 8 : 351 

Free society of traders in Pennsylvania 

1682. Penn. mag. of hist, u : 175 

Petition of merchants in regard to embargo 

1756. Penn. archives, 2 : 709 

— University of Pennsylvania. History of Uni 

versity of Pennsylvania, to 1827. G. B 
Wood. Penn. hist. soc. mems. 3 pt. i : 173 

— War of 1812-IJ. Minutes of the committee of 

defence. 1814-1815. Penn. hist. soc. mems. 8. 

Roll of Captain Samuel Borden's company. 

1813. Penn. archives. Al ser. 12 : 35. 

Philadelphia, Penn., continued. 

— Washington memorial services. The, at St. 

Mary's church, Feb. 22, 1800. 

Am. cath. hist. res. 4: 143. 

— Welsh society of. The. H. G. Jones. 

Amer. repos. (Phila.) i : 170. 

Philadelphia county, Penn. Civil officers. 

1776-89. Penn. archives, 2d ser. 3 : 723. 

— The first tax list for. 1693. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 8: 82. 

— History. Day. Hist. coll. of Penn. 542. 

— Mineralogical notices. G. W. Carpenter. 

Hazard reg. 2 : 87. 

— Names of German, Dutch and P'rench in- 

habitants, who owned land prior to 1734. 

Rupp's coll. 470. 

— Provincial officers. 1682-1776. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 9 : 697. 

— Returns of inhabitants and lands owned and 

improved in. 1684. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 7 : 106. 
Philipsburg, N.Y. Slaves in. 1755. 

N.Y. doc. hist. 3 : 510. 
Philipsburg, Penn. History. 

Linn. Centre & Clinton cos. 382. 
Philipstown, N.Y. History. 

Blake. Putnam co. 144. 

Phillipston, Mass. History of Gerry (now P.). 

Whitney. Wore. co. 315. 

— History. G. W. Horr. Wore. co. hist. 2 : 215. 
Pickaway county, O. History. 

Howe. Hist. coll. of Ohio, 401. 
Pickens count}', Ala. History. 

Brewer. Alabama, 499. 
Pickerel Lake, Minn. History. 

Freeborn co. hist. 517. 
Pierce, 111. History. Boies. De Kalb co. 503. 
Pierce county, Wise. History. 

Wise. hist. atl. 231. 

— Sketch of. O. Gibbs,jr., & C E. Young. 

Wise. hist. soc. coll. 3 : 453. 
Piermont, N.H. Census. 1775. 

N.H. prov. papers, 7 : 765. 

— Census. 17S6. N.H. prov. papers, 10: 686. 

— Documents relating to. 1765-94. With histori- 

cal introduction. N.H. town papers, 13: 190. 

— Petition for extension of time for complying 

with conditions of charter. 1770. 

N.H. town papers, 9 : 684. 

— Signers of the Association test. 1776. 

N.H. state papers, 8: 265. 
Piermont, N.Y. Churches. 

Green. Rockland co. 22S, 244. 
Pierpont, O. History. 

Williams. Ashtabula co. 234. 
Pierrepont, N.Y. History. 

Hough. St. Law. & Frank, cos. 425. 
Pierz, Minn. History. 

Miss. Upper vail. hist. 626. 
Pike, N.Y. History. Wyoming co. hist. 254. 
Pike, O. History. 

Graham. Fairfield & Perry cos. pt. 2 : 226. 

— History. Hill. Coshocton co. 586. 

— History. Hill. Knox co. 575. 

— Historv. Norton. Knox co. 319. 
Pike, Penn. History. W. Westfall. 

Egle. Pennsylvania. 1049. 

— History. Rupp. Berks and Lebanon cos. 259. 
Pike county, Ala. History. 

Brewer. Alabama, 504. 
Pike countv, Ga. History. 

White. Hist. coll. 583. 



Duchess CO. 298 
Historical sketch 


3: 293 

Pike county, Ky. History. 

Collins. Kentucky, 2 : 679 
Pike county, O. History. 

Howe. Hist. coll. of Ohio, 412 
Pike county, Penn. History. 

Day. Hist. coll. of Penn. 1595 
Pike's Peak, Gold at. A. L. Child. 

Nebr. hist. soc. tr. i : 174 
Pikeland, Penn. History. 

Futhey. Chester co. 200 
Piles Grove, N.J. Moravians in. 1747. W 
C Reichel. Moravian hist soc tr. i : 416 
Pilot Mound, Minn. History. 

Fillmore co. hist. 352 
Pinckney, N.Y. History. 

Hough. Lewis co. 203 
Pine Creek, Penn. History. 

Linn Centre & Clinton cos. 652 
Pine Grove, Cal. History. 

Palmer. Mendocino co. 417 
Pine Grove, Penn. History. 

Schuylkill co. hist. 313 
Pine Plains, N.Y. History. 

Pine Plains township, Mich. 
G. A. Morgan. Mich 

Pinole, Cal. History. 

Munro-Fraser. Contra Costa co. 418 
Pipe Creek, Ind. History. Madison co. hist. 115 
Piscataqua, N.H. Piscataqua association of 
ministers and churches. 1825-35. L VVilley. 
Granite m. 5 : 186. 

— Settlement. Indenture of D. Thomson and 

others. 1632. Notes by C. Deane. 

Mass. hist, soc proc. 14: 358. 
Piscataqua river, N.H. Legends of the. A. 
W. Baer. Granite m. 5 : 383. 

Piscataquis county. Me. Congregational min- 
isters and churches of. E. Gillett. 

Am. quart, reg. 14: 272. 
Piscataway, N.J. Proceedings of court in 
relation to differences between Piscataway 
and Woodbridge. 1674. 

N.J. archives, i : 154, 159. 
Pitcher, NY. Historical reminiscences. S. S. 
Randall. Hist mag. 3d ser. 2 : 338. 

Pitt county, N.C. History. 

Wheeler. No. Carolina, 2 : 345. 

Pittsburg, Penn. Bafiti.-nns. Register of the 

baptisms and interments which took place 

at Fort Duquesne, during 1753, 54, 55, and 

56. Hist. res. in west. Penn. i : 61, 138 

Cath. hist. res. 2 : 18 

— [Biographical sketches.] H. K. James. 

Mag. of west. hist. 4 : 378, 524 

— [Biograph"cal sketches.] J. H. Seymour. 

Mag. of west. hist. 3 : 367, 506, 623 

— [Biographical sketches.] C. E. Warren. 

Mag. of west. hist. 2 : 478to 3 : 258 

— Braddock's defeat. Account of the battle of the 

Monongahela. 1755. N.Y. col. docs. 10: 303 

Braddock's defeat. J. C Wells. 

Mag. of Am. hist. 16: 446 

French account of defeat. 1755. 

NY. col. docs. 10: 365 

Gen. Braddock's campaign. W. Johnston. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 11: 93 

History of an expedition against Fort 

Du Qiiesne, liy Braddock, 1755. 

Penn. hist. soc. mems. 5. 

Pittsburg and Braddock. 

Watson. Annals, 2: 127. 

Pittsburg, Penn., continued. 

— Reminiscences of Braddock's campaign. 

Mass. hist. soc. proc. 3 : 230. 

— Braddock's field. Hazard reg. 15 : 87. 

— British redoubt in. N. B. Craig. 

Amer. pioneer i : 238. 

— Census. List of the inhabitants 1760. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 2 : 303. 

Pittsburg in 1761. Return of houses, 

names of the owners, and number of men, 
women and children in each house at Fort 
Pitt in 1761. Penn. mag. ot hist. 6: 344. 

— Churches. Early days of Catholicity in. A. 

A. Lambing. 

Hist. res. in west. Penn. i : 32, 76. 156. 

The establishment of the See of. A. A. 

Lambing. Cath. hist. res. 2 : 3. 

— Description. Farewell to Pittsburgh and the 

mountains. iSiS. J. Wrenshall. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 9 : 89. 

Pittsburg and Unionstown in 17S2-S3. E. 

Douglass. Penn. mag. of hist, i : 44. 

Pittsburgh in 1760, 61. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 3 : 350. 

Pittsburg in 1786. Hazard reg. 4 : 276. 

Pittsburg in 1829. R. Errett. 

Mag. of west. hist. 7 : 33. 

Pittsburg thirty years ago. 1834. 

* Hazard reg. 14: 25. 

— Diary. 1760. J. Eyre. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 3: 296. 

— Fort Du Qiiesne. Penn archives, 12 : 427. 

— Fort Du Quesne and Fort Pitt. I. Craig. 

Amer. pion. i : 235. 

— Fort Du Quesne. Description of. 1756. J. 

M'Kinnev. Hazard reg. 8: 318. 

The fallof. T. J. Chapman. 

Mag. of Amer. hist. 17: 330. 
The site of. Cath. hist. res. 2 : 77. 

— Fort Pitt. Penn. archives. 12 : 431. 

— Fort Pitt in' 1770. Hazard reg. 14: 41. 

— Fort Pitt. Extracts from letter-books [ot Maj. 

IsaacCraig] whilequarter-masteral Fort Pitt, 
1 791-1804. Hist. reg. (Egle's) i : 289. 

The siege of Fort Pitt. T. J. Chapman. 

Mag. of west. hist. 3 : 387. 

— Gen. Lafayette's visit to, in 1825. 

Penn. Mag. of hist. 9: 272. 

— Historical notices. 

Watson. Annals of Phila. 2 : 127. 

— History. Day. Hist. coll. of Penn. 64. 

— History. Brief sketch of the history of. 

Amer. pion. i : 302. 

An early record of Pittsburgh. 1760. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 2 : 303, 469. 
Points on the early history of. A. A. Lamb- 
ing. Hist. res. in west. Penn. i : 81. 

The procession of events and personages at 

the gateway of the West. A. Mathews. 

Mag. of west. hist, i : 509. 

— Journal of Frederick Post. 1758. 

Penn. archives, 3: 520. 561. 

— Military affairs. Roll of Capt. J. R.^Buller's 

company. 1814. 

Penn. archives, 2d ser. 12 : 51. 

— Necrology of the diocese of. 

Cath. hist. res. 2 : SS. 

— Petition of inhabitants of [for relief from ty- 

rannical government of Dr. Connolly]. 1774. 
Penn. archives, 4 : 526. 

— Pittsburgh affairs in 1781. 

Penn. mag. of hist. 4 : 247. 





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religious Indian [etc.]. Manuscript, covering 
dates 1760-1778. 40. ♦♦G.4I.I7 

This volume of manuscript, which is evidently composed 
of copied extracts, contains : A short poem on the Indians; 
Some account of the behaviour and sentiments of a number 
of well-disposed Indians, mostly of the Minesink tribe, and 
their relations with the Philadelphia members of the Society 
of Friends, including speeches, etc., of a religious Minsi 
Indian, called variously Papunung, Papoonung, Papoma- 
hool, or Papunehang [called Popunhank, by Heckewelder) ; 
Some account of Papoonahool's second visit to Friends, 
1761 ; A relation of a dream, or visit of the niijht, full of 
mvsterious meaning, told by Mary Hornor; A just character 
of the late Mr. Samuel Fothergill, taken from the British 
magazine; Reflections arising from well-known events 
(poem) ; Representation of the people called Qiiakers made 
to the Assembly of Pensilvania, 8 mo., 177S, signed N. 

Account, An, of the behavior and sentiments 
of some well disposed Indians, mostly of the 
Minusing tribe. Stanford (State of New York), 
1803. 240. **H.99b.59 

Concerning Indians converted by Friends. 

Acoustics. See Harris, T. F. ; — Wright, M. R. 

Actors. See Doran ; — Leman. 

Adam, Lucien. La langue chiapanfeque. Ob- 
servations grammaticales, vocabulaire m^tho- 
dique, textes in^dits, textes r^tablis. Vienna, 
1887. 8°. 4363- "o 

Adams, Henry C. A juridical glossary. Also 
adages, axioms, proverbs, mottoes, etc., arranged 
and translated into English, with notes and cita- 
tions. Vol. I. A to E. Albany, 1886. 8°. 

♦7630a. a 

Adams, John. Poems on several occasions, 
original and translated. Boston, 1745. Sm. 8°. 


Adams, Rev. John Quincy, editor. Experi- 
ences of the higher Christian life in the Baptist 
denomination. N. Y., 1870. 12°. 7438.1a 

Adams county, Pennsylvania. See History. 

Aeronautics. See Coxwell. 

.ffischylus. See Fitzgerald, E. 

Afghanistan. See Roskoschny. 

Africa. See Lemaire ; — Medbery ; — Reclus. 

Africa, South. See Anderson, A. A. ; — Ellis ; 
— Mackenzie; — Young, A. G. 

Agen, France. See Andrieu. 

Agriculture. See Boussingault; — Oeffent- 
liche (Kraemer) ; — Prothero; — Rogers, J. E. 
T. ; — U. S. Department of agriculture ; — Weld. 

Ainsley, Thomas L. The engineer's manual 
of the Local marine board examination. 23d ed. 
South Shields, 1S86. Diagrams. 8°. *395oa.54 

Airy, Osmund. Books on English history. 
London. [1887.] [Birmingham reference library 
lectures.] 8°. *2i54-43 

The Appendix contains a list of books in the Birming- 
ham reference library on English history. 




Alabama. Geological survey. Eugene A. 
Smith, state geologist. Bulletin no. i. [Mont- 
gomery.] iSS6. 8". *5879.6o 

Contents. — i. Summary of the lithological and strati- 
graphical features and subdivisions of the tertiary of Ala- 
bama. Preliminary report on the tertiary fossils of Alabama 
and Mississippi, by Truman H. Aldrich; Contributions to 
the Eocene paleontology of Alabama and Mississippi, by 
Otto Meyer. 

Alabama claims. See Bowen. 

Alaska. See Hallock. 

Alassio, Italy. See Schneer. 

Albigenses. iVe Jones. Rev. W. 

Alden, John B.. publisher. Alden's cyclopedia 
of universal literature. Vol. 3, 4. Boileau- 
Clarke. N. Y., 1SS6. 120. *A.i24.6 

Aleman, Mateo. See Granges de Surgeres. 

Alembert, Jean le Rond d'. CEuvres et corres- 
pondances in^dites. Publides par Charles Henry. 
Paris, 1887. 8". 2691.58 

Alexander, Francesca. Christ's folk in the 
Apennine. Reminiscences of her friends among 
the Tuscan peasantry. Edited by John Ruskin. 
Sunnyside, Orpington, Kent, 1887. Sm. 8°. 


Algebra. See Smith, C. 

Allen, John R. Early Christian symbolism in 
Great Britain and Ireland before the thirteenth 
century. The Rhind lectures in archaeology for 
1885. London, 18S7. Illus. 8". 8074.79 

AllgemeineGeschichte in Einzeldarstellungen. 
See Dahn ; — Oncken ; — Prutz. 

Allies, Thomas W. The throne of the fisher- 
man built by the Carpenter's Son, the root, the 
bond, and the crown of Christendom. London, 
1887. 8°. 3462.72 

A history of the Roman catholic church. 

AUoiiez, Claude. See Verwyst. 

Almanacs. See British Honduras; — Rout- 
ledge's; — Wilkes-Barre. 

Alpha Delta' Phi society, Amherst college. 
Amherst Alpha Delta Phi.' 1837-1S87. N. Y., 
1887. 16°. *2388.54 

Contains the Proceeding at the semi-centennial celebra- 
tion, June 28, 1SS7, and a list of members. 

Alpine plants. See Oeffentliche (Schroeter). 

Alps. 5^eMittheiiungen (Berndt) ; — Zschokke. 

Altfranzosische Bibliothek. Herausg. von 
Wendelin Foerster. B. 2, 4, 6-8, 10. Heilbronn, 
1881-86. 16°. 

Namely : — 

Das altfranzosische Rolandslied. Text von 
Chateauroux und Venedig vii. Herausg. von W. 
Foerster. 1883. 4686.59 

Das altfranzosische Rolandslied. Text von 
Paris, Cambridge, Lyon und den sog lothrin- 
gischen Fragmentenmit R. Ileiligbrodt's Concor- 
danztabelle zum altfranzdsischen Rolandslied. 
Herausg. von W. Foerster. 1886. 4686.60 

Karls des Grossen Reise nach Jerusalem und 
Constantinopel. Ein altfranzosisches Helden- 
gedicht. 2te Auflage. Herausg. von E. Kosch- 
witz. 1883. 4686.55 

Koschwitz, E. Commentar zu den alfesten 
franzosischen Sprachdenkinalern. [B.] i. Eide, 
Eulalia, Jonas, Holies Lied, Stephan. 1886. 


Lothringischer Psalter. Altfranzosische Uber- 
setzung des xiv. Jahrhunderts. Mit einer gram- 
matischen Einleitung. und einem Glossar. Zum 
ersten Mai herausg. von F. Apfelstedt. 4686.57 

Orthographia Gallica. Altester Traktat uber 
franzosische Aussprache und Orthographic. 
Nach vier Handschriften zum ersten Mai her- 
ausg. von J. StUrzinger. 18S4. 4686.61 

America. History. See Arnold, C. H. ; — Ben- 
zoni ; — Crafts ; — Harrisse ; — Robertson. 

America, South. SeeBoUaert; — Campaigns. 

American and English yachts, illustrating and 
describing the most famous yachts how sailing 
in American and English waters. With a Treat- 
ise upon yachts and yachting, by Edward Bur- 
gess. Illustrated by the photogravure process 
from the original negatives of N. L. Stebbins. 
N. Y. [1887.] 50 plates. 4°. obi. +3950.66 

American anthropologist. Published under 
the auspices of the Anthropological society of 
Washington. Vol. i, no. i. January, 18S8. 
Washington, tS88. 8°. *6239.65 

Continues the Transactions of the Anthropological 
society [6239.64]. 

American architect and building news. De- 
cennial index of the photolithographic and other 
illustrations. 1876-1885. Vol. i. Boston, 18S8. 
Sm 4°. +6990. ID 

American association for the advancement of 
physical education. Proceedings, at its ist-3d 
annual meeting, November, 1885-87. Brooklvn, 
1885-87. 8". *8od6.i 

American Bible society. See Wyckoff. 

American historical association. Papers. Vol. 

1, 2. N. Y., 1886, '88. 8°. *436i.84 
Contents. — i. A new historical movement (from the 

Nation). No. 1. Report of the organization and proceed- 
ings, Saratoga, September 9-10, 1S84, by H. B. Adams, 
secretary. 2. On studies in general history and the history 
of civilization, by Andrew D. White. 3. History and man- 
agement of land grants for educiition in the Northwest ter- 
ritory (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin), by 
G. W. Knight. 4. The Louisiana purchase in its influence 
upon the American system, by C. F. Robertson. 5. His- 
tory of the appointing power of the president, by Lucy M. 
Salmon. 6. Report of the proceedings, second annual 
meeting, Saratoga, September 8-10, 18S5, by H. B. Adams. 
Index to volume 1. 1SS6. 

2. No. I. Report of the proceedings, third annual meet- 
ing, Washington, D. C, April 27-29, 1S86, by H.B. Adams. 

2. A history of the doctrine of comets, a paper read before 
the association at its second annual meeting, September 10, 
1SS5. 3. William Usselinx, founder of the Dutch and Swe- 
dish West India companies, by J. FrankUn Jameson. 4. 
Church and State in the United States, by Philfpp Schafl. 

American loj'aiists. See Stryker. 

American oriental society. Journal. Vol 11. 
New Haven. 1885. 8°. *4244.7 

American surgical association. Transactions. 
Vol. 5. Ed. byj. E. Mears. Phila. 1887. 8°. +3753 65 

Americans, Famous. See Smith, H. A. 

Amherst, Massachusetts. See Clark. 

Amherst college. 5ee Alpha Delta Phi. 

Ammon. See Lemm. 

Amusements. See Vincent. 

Anatomy. See Dwight. 

Ancon, Peru. See Reiss. 

Anderson, Andrew A. Twenty-five years in a 
waggon in the gold regions of Africa. London, 
1S87. 2 V. Illus. 8°. 5055.87 

Anderson, John W. The prospector's hand- 
book. A guide for the prospector and traveller 
in search of metal bearing or other valuable 
minerals. 3d ed. London, 1888. Illus. Sm. 8°. 

Anderson, Joseph. History of the soldiers' 
monument in Waterbury, Conn. Added a list 
of the soldiers and sailors who went from Water- 
bury to fight in the war for the Union. [Hart- 
ford.] 1886. Plates. 8». *4323.io8 



Andree, Richard. Die Anthropophagie. Leip- 
zig. 1887. 8°. 6236.17 

Andrieu, Jules. Bibliographic g^n^rale de 
I'Agenais et des parties du Condomois et du 
Bazadais incorpor^es dans le d^partement de 
Lot-et-Garonne. T. 2. L-Z. Paris, 1887. 8°. 

♦217a. 7a 

Andros, ^ir Edmund. See Mather. 

Annihilation. See George, N. D. 

Anquetil-Duperron, Abraham H. See Oeffent- 
liche (Brunnhofer). 

Anthropology. See American ; — Chantre ; — 

Antiquities. See Allen; — ;Bollaert; — Bur- 
gess, J. ; — Carr ; — Chantre ; — Etudes ; — Frazer ; 

— Henshaw ; — Institut archdologique ; — Kings- 
ford ; — Marquardt ; — Maspero ; — Mat^riaux ; — 
Muellenhoff; — Pottier; — Reiss; — Schegg; — 
Stillman; — VValford. 

Antoine de Bourbon, iiftg' of Navarre. See 

Anuario bibliografico de la Repiiblica Arjen- 
tina. Afio 7, 8, 1885, 86. Director : A. N. Viola. 
Buenos Aires, 1886, 87. 16° *6i68.30 

Aphorisms, ^ec Adams, H. C. ; — Morley,J. 

Arabia. See Doughty ; — Jacob. 

Arabian nights' entertainments. Lady Burton's 
edition of her husband's Arabian nights. Pre- 
pared for household reading by J. H. McCarthy. 
[Vol. 6.] London, 1886. 8°. *30ioa.56.6 

Arbitration, Industrial. See Price. 

Architectural publication society, London. 
Dictionary of architecture. Text, 6, 7. N-S. 
London, i"887. 8°. *8io3.5o 

Architecture. See Bonney, T. G. ; — Dohme; 

— Handbuch ; — Monographs. 

Architectural drawing See Spiers. 

Argentine Republic. See Anuario ; — Sclater. 

Argyll, House of. See House. 

Aristoteles. Politics. With in trod., two pref- 
atory essays and notes. By W. L. Newman. 
Oxford, 1887. 2 V. 8°. 2971.56 

Arminius, Jacobus. Sec Bangs. 

Armstrong, George. Names and places in the 
Old Testament and Apocrypha. Revised by 
Sir Charles Wilson and Captain Conder [Lon- 
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3431 54 

Armstrong, Walter. Notes on the National 
gallery. Reprinted, with additions, from " The 
guardian." London, 1887. 8°. 8085.62 

— Scottish painters. A critical study. Lon- 
don, 1888. lUus. F". *#*8o7oa.68 

Army register (United States). See Ham- 

Arneth, Alfred, Ritter von. Geschichte Maria 
Theresia's. B. 10. Letzte Regierungszeit. B. 4. 
Wien, 1879. Portrait. 8". 2853-7 

Arnold, Charles H. The new and impartial 
universal history of North and South America, 
and of the present trans-Atlantic war. London. 
[1782.] Sm. 8". 43i9a.70 

Arnold, Edwin. Lotus and jewel. Contain- 
ing "In an Indian temple," "A casket of gems," 
•'A queen's revenge" [from the Sanskrit]. 
With other poems. London, 1887. Sm. 8°. 


Arnold, Matthew. See Button. 

Art fran^ais, L'. Revue artistique hebdoma- 
daire. Texte par Firmin Javel, illus. de Silvestre 
& c'". par leur proc^dd de glyptographre. ire 
ann^e. Paris, 1887-88. F^. *6922.i5 


Art review. Vol. i, 2. N. Y. [1886,87.] Illus. 
4°- *69i5.i 

Aryan races. See Burge; — Mueller; — Oef- 
fentliche (Brunnhofer) ; — Schwartz. 

Ashe, Simeon. Primitive divinity ; a treatise 
on divine contentment. Published, with notes, 
by Stephen Gerrish. Phila., 1823. 12°. *7455.23 

Ashton, John. The Fleet; its river, prison, 
and marriages. Illus. London, 1888 [1887]. 8°. 

'2491. 104 

— editor. A century of ballads. Illustrated 
in facsimile of the originals. London, 18S7. 4°. 


Asia, Central. See Lansdell. 

Asia Minor. See Cochran. 

Associated charities of Boston. Annual re- 
port, ist-8th. Boston, 1880-87. 8°. *7578.74 

Assyria. See Sayce ; — Tiele. 

Assyrian language. See Delitzsch. 

Astronomy, See Oliver; — Quekett; — Uni- 
versal-Bibliothek (Meyer). 

Athletics. See Shearman. 

Atlantic coaster's almanac. The, for 18S8. ist 
edition. Washington, 1887. 8". *7943-55 

Atlases. See Gibson, J. 

Atmosphere. See Flammarion. 

Attwell, Henry. French-English pseudo-syn- 
onyms. London, 1886. Sm. 8°. 2688.73 

— The Italian masters, with special reference 
to the Italian pictures in the National gallery. 
London, 1888. Plate. Sm.8°. 808563 

Aucassin & Nicolete. Done into English 
by Andrew Lang. London, 1887. Sm. 8°. 


Austin, John M. Arguments drawn from the 
attributes of God, in support of the doctrine 
of universal salvation. Boston, 1844. 12°. 


Australia. See Ballou ; — Daly ; — Hogan ; — 

Austria. See Hof ; — Oesterreichisch. 

Authors. See Incorporated ; — Wotton. 

Autographs, See Collector; — Dudley. 

Aveling, Edward B. Chemistry of the non- 
metallics. London, 1886. Illus. [Hughes's ma- 
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Babylon. See Layard, Sir A. H. ; — Tiele. 

Bacteria. See Bary. 

Badeau, Adam. Grant in peace. From Appo- 
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Fac-similes. Woodcuts. 8°. 4341.106 

Bailments. See Schouler. 

Bain, Ebenezer. Merchant and craft guilds. 
A history of the Aberdeen incorporated trades. 
Aberdeen, 1887. P4ates. 8°. •4535.101 

Baird, Samuel J. A collection of the acts, 
deliverances, and testimonies of the supreme 
judicatorj- of the presbyterian church, from its 
origin in America to the present time : with notes 
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Baker, Edward B. Sport in Bengal, London, 
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Baker, Lewis C. The fire of God's anger : or, 
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Baldwin, Thomas. See Worcester, S. 

Balfour, Walter. Three essays on the inter- 
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Ballou, Maturin Murray. Under the southern 
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Banbury, earldom of. See Holt. 

Bancroft, Hubert H. History of the Pacific 
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Bangor, Maine. Public library. Catalogue. 
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Bangs, Nathan The life of James Arminius, 
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Banks. See Keyes. 

Bantu language. See Kolbe. 

Baptism. See Chapin, S. ; — Judd ; — Pond ; 
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Parsons Cooke, Joseph H. Towne, and W. 
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Baptists. See Adams, J- C^ ; — Wyckoff. 

Barb6, Louis A. The tragedy of Gowrie house. 
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An account of the conspiracy attempted by John, earl of 
Gowrie, and his brother, against James vi, August 5, 1600. 

Barlow, Joel. The conspiracy of kings; a 
poem. Newburyport, 1794- 8°. **4407.90 

Barnard, Alfred. The whiskey distilleries of 
the United kingdom. With illus. and maps. 
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Barnes, Emily R. Narratives, traditions, and 
personal reminiscences connected with the early 
history of the Bellows family and of Walpole, 
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Barnes, William. See Baxter, L. E. 

Baronage of Scotland. See Douglas. 

Barrili, Anton G. Le confessioni di Fra Gual- 
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Barrows, Samuel J., editor. Science and im- 
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Contents. — [Discussions by] C. A. Young, J. D. Dana, 
Asa Gray, Joseph Leidy, Simon Newcomb, J. P. Lesley, L. 

F. Warcf, E. S. Morse, J. P. Cooke, E. D. Cope, Sir J. W. 
Dawson, T. S. Hunt, William James, B. A. Gould, A. R. 
Wallace, Thomas Hill, Asaph Hall, Elliott Coues, Herbert 
Spencer, C. S. Peirce, D. C. Gilman, T. H. Huxley, A. W. 
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G. Bell, F. A. P. Barnard; Notes on the testimony; Bio- 
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Barrows, William. The Indian's side of the 
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— The United States of yesterday and of to- 
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On the Western States. 

Barry, Ephraim L. The city of Waltham, 
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Bartsch, Carl F. La langue at la littdrature 
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A. Horning. Paris, 1887. 8°. 2682.13 

Bary, Heinrich Anton de. Lectures on bac- 
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Bassa mission, Africa. See Medbery. 

Bastille. See Bingham. 

Bates, E. Catherine. A year in the great re- 
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Bath, England. See Peach. 

Baths. See Osthoff 

Baudelaire, Charles P. CEuvres posthumes et 
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Baxter, Lucy E. The life of William Barnes, 
poet and philologist. By his daughter Lucy Bax- 
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— Tuscan studies and sketches. Bv Leader 
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Baxter, Sylvester. The Morse collection of 
Japanese pottery. Salem, 1887. Illus. F°. 


Reprinted from the American architect of May 2S, 1SS7 

Beard, George M. Eating and drinking: a 
popular manual of food and diet in health and 
disease. N. Y., 1871. 12°. 5767.82 

Beauharnois. province of Quebec. See Sellar. 

Beaumont, Roberts. Woolen and worsted 
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Becker, Sarah C, and Mora, Federico. Span- 
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Beets, Adriaan. De ,, Disticha Catonis" in 
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Another copy, with a different preface and " Stellin- 
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Bekker, Ernst. Beitrage zur englischen Ge- 
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Belgrand, Eugene. Les travaux souterrains 
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♦5942.8; Atlas, *5940.2 

Belhomme, Victor L. J. F. Historique dugo^ 
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Bell, C. F. Moberly. From Pharaoh to fellah. 
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Bellesheim, Alphons. History of the Catholic 
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Bellew, Henry W. A short practical treatise 
on the nature, causes, and treatment of cholera, 
as a supplement to the History of cholera in 
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Bellows family. See Barnes. 

Bells. See Raven ; — Stahlschmidt. 

Belot, Emile. Nantucket. Etude sur les di- 
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Bengel, Johann A. The critical English testa- 
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Benson, Arthur C. William Laud, sometime 
archbisho|vof Canterbury. London, 1887. Por- 
trait. Sm. 8°. 4549.110 

Bentley, W. Holman. Dictionary and gram- 
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Benzoni, Girolamo, and Lery, Jean de. His- 
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Beraldi, Henri. Les graveurs du xix*^ siecle. 
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Bergk, Theodor. Griechische Literaturge- 
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Bergmann, Ernst, Ritter von. Hieratische und 
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Berkeley, Hastings G. F. Wealth and wel- 
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Berlitz, Max D. Methode Berlitz pour I'en- 
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Berlitz, Max D., and Dubois, Emil. Methode 
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Bernard, Auguste J., editor. Recueil des 
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Bernays, Albert J. Notes on analytical chem- 
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fifth edition of ' Notes for students in chemistry.' 
2d ed. London, 1886. Sm. 8°. 57893.77 

Berthot, Jean Baptiste Eugene. Notes pour 
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qui se presentent le plus souvent lorsqu'on pro- 
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British Honduras almanac, for 1883, 85. Com- 
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Britton, John. An historical account of 
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Broc, Herv^, vicomte de. La France sous 
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Brochard, Victor. Les sceptiques grecs. Ou- 
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Broglie, Achille C. L. V., due Aq. Personal 
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Brooks, Henry M. Olden-time music. With 
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Brough, Bennett H. A treatise on mine-sur- 
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Brown, Charles Brockden. Arthur Mervyn ; 
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— Clara Howard ; or, the enthusiasm of love. 
Phila., 1887. 8°. No. 2 in *^*4503.74 

— Edgar Huntly; or, memoirs of a sleep- 
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— Jane Talbot. Phila., 1887. 8". ***4503.73 

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Brown, John A. H., and Buckley, Thomas E. 
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Browning, Robert. Lyrics, idyls, and romances 
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Bruce, Adam T. Observations on the embry- 
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♦3891 .65 

Contains also a sketch of the scientific work of the author, 
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Bruce, Wallace. Old homestead poems. Illus. 
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Brunner, Arnold W., and Tryon, Thomas. In- 
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Bruno, Giordano. The heroic enthusiasts (Gli 
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Bruyere, Paul. Historique du 2* regiment de 
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Bryant, Joseph D. Manual of operative sur- 
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Bryant, Wilbur F. The blood of Abel. Hast- 
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A defence of Louis Riel. 

Bryant, William C. The embargo; or, sketches 

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***2409.i5; No. 5 in *4i63.i7 

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Bryce, James, editor. Handbook of home rule : 
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Brydges, Harold. Uncle Sam at home. N. Y. , 
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Sketches of the United States and its people. 

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Buck, Albert H., editor. A reference hand- 
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Budge, Ernest A. T. Wallis. The dwellers on 
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Buedingische Sammlung einiger in die Kir- 
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Buffalo, New York. The city of Buffalo. A 
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Bullen, Arthur H., editor. More lyrics from 
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Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress. [With 
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Bureau international des poids et mesures. 
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Burge, Lorenzo. Pre-glacial man, and the 
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Burleigh, Charles, of Portland^ Maine. The 
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Burlinson, H., and Simpson, W. H. Iron- 
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Canada. Geological and natural history sur- 
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Carlyle, Thomas. Counsels to a literary as- 
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Carpenter, E. P. Memorial of Warren Car- 
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Carpenter, Edward. England's ideal and other 
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Verses, with extracts in prose relating to George Wash- 
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Ceadda, >S/., bishop of Mercia. 6'cc Scrivener. 

Cellini, Benvenuto. Life, newly trans, into 
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Chabaneau, Camilla. Histoire et theorie de 
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Chalmers, George. Caledonia : or, a histori- 
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Chamberlain, Daniel H. Not "A college fe- 
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Mr. Adams's address was upon the compulsory study of 
the classics, especially of the Greek languag^e, in colleges. 

Chamberlain, Edwin M. The sovereigns of 
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Chamberlain, Mellen. The constitutional re- 
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Chantre, Ernest. Recherches anthropologiques 
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♦♦♦5070a. 5 

Chaper, Eugene, editor. Recueil de docu- 
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Chapin, Ethan S. Gravitation the determining 
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Chapin, Stephen. A series of letters on the 
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Charles the tenth and Louis Philippe : the 
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Chasles, Victor E. Philarfete. Etudes sur 
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ChAtcaugzy, province of ^tiebec. 5'ee Sellar. 

Chaumelin, Jean M. M. E. Meissonier. J. 
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Each sketch is followed by a list of the painter's works. 

Chautauqua circles. See Wilbor. 

Chemistry. See Aveling; — Bernays ; — 
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Cherouny, Henry W. Labor and liberty. The 
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Lectures delivered under the auspices of the 
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An appendix contains an account of the Great giiild of 
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guild at Exeter, England. 

Cheshire biography. Chester, 1796. 24°. 

No. I in *6543.76 

Chester, England. See Christie. 

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Child, Frank S. Be strong to hope. Courage 
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China. See Little; — Simon, G. E. ; — Wil- 
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Chinese art. See Paleologue. 

Chinese drama. See Gottschall. 

Chinese ornament. See Jones, O. 

Chiriqui, Isthmus of Darien. See Holmes. 

Chislet, Kent county, England. See Haslewood. 

Choate, Rufus. See Boutwell. 

Cholera. See Bel lew. 

Christ. See Krummacher. 

Christian art. See Stokes. 

Christian unity. See W., T. C. 

Christianity. See Cairns ; — Matheson ; — 

Christie, Richard C, editor and translator. 
Annales Cestrienses ; or, chronicle of the abbey 
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Prefixed is the Report for the years 1884-5, 8S-6- 




Chronicles of the reigns of Stephen, Henry ii., 
and Richard i. Edited by Richard Howlett. 
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Contents. — 3. Gesta Stephani regis Anglonim et ducis 
Noniiannoruin ; Historia Ricardi, prinris ecclesia: Haue:u- 
staldensis, de gestis regis Stephant; Kelatin venerabilis 
Aelredi, abbatis Kievallensis, dc Standardo; Chronique de 
la guerre entre les Anglois et les Ecossois en 1173 et 1174, 
par Jordan Fantosine ; Kicardus Divisienslsde rebus gestis 
Kicardi primi. 

Chronique rim^e des derniers rois deTolWe et 
de la conqu^te de I'Espagne par les, Arabes. 
[Par 1'] Anonyme de Cordoue. Edit^e et 
annot^e par le P. J. Tailhan. Paris, 1885. 20 
fac-similes. F°. *i„*3ioo.24 

Contains the original text entitled Epitoma imperatorum, 
which has been assigned heretofore to Isidore de B^ja, or 
de Badajoz (Isidorus Pacensis episcopus) on grounds that 
seem to M. Jules Tailhan untenable and untrustworthy. This 
Epitoma is printed with a preliminary notice and notes in E. 
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as the Cronicon de Isidore Pacense. 

Chronology. See Nichol. 

Chrysostom, St. See Bush. 

Church, Arthur H. Colour: an elementary 
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1887. Illus. Sm. 8°. 80693.49 

Church, John A. The Comstock lode. Illus. 
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Churcher, William H. The mystery of 
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Chute, Chaloner W. A history of the Vyne in 
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Clark, Hubert L. The birds of Amherst and 
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Clarke, James Freeman. Oration delivered be- 
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July 5, 1875. Boston, 1875. 8°. *4455-9 

A copy in the form of proof with marks of omission as 
arranged for delivery. 

Clarke, Joseph I. C. Robert Emmet. A tra- 
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Classical education. See Chamberlain, D. 
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Clayden, Peter W. The early life of Samuel 
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Clercq, Alexandre de. Recueil des traitds de la 
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Climate. See Lecoq. 

Clodd, Edward. The story of creation. A 
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Closson, William B. Homes and haunts of the 
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Clouston, Thomas S- Clinical lectures on 
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and territories relating to the custody of the in- 
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Cluny, Abbey of. See Bernard. 

Coca. See Searle. 

Cochran, William. Pen and pencil in Asia 
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Several chapters of this work are devoted to the raising of 
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Cockbum, Henry T., lord Cockburn. An 

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The preface is dated 1853. 

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Coflinberry, Andrew. The forest rangers : a 
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Cohen, Joshua I. Catalogue of a Hebrew li- 
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Colbeck, Alfred. A summer's cruise in the 
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Cole, Frank T. The early genealogies of the 
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Coleorton letters. See Knight. ' 

Coleridge, Samuel T. See Knight. 

Collectanea adamantsea. See Des Niau ; — 
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Collection de documents in^dits sur I'histoire 
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Collector, The. A monthly journal devoted 
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College of physicans of Philadelphia. Trans- 
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CoUyer, Robert. Talks to young men. (With 
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CoUyer, William B. Lectures on Scripture 
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Colton's new topographical map of Virginia, 
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portions of other adjoining states. N. Y., 1880. 
Folded. ♦43798.106 

Columbia college. Statutes of Columbia col- 
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85. 3 v. 8°. *4497-95 

The volumes for 18S0, 83 contain an historical sketch of 
the college. 

— School of arts. Annual register of the offi- 
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82/83, 84/85. N. Y., 1879-84- 8°. •4497-91 




Circular of information for 1882/3-85/6. 

N. Y., 1882-86. 120. *4497.99 

— Sc/iool of mines. A list of the graduates. 
N. Y., 1880. 8°. *4497-93 

— School of political science. Annual register 
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Circular of information for 1880, 83/4, 85. 

N. Y., 1880-85. 12°. *4497.ioo 

— See Van Amringe. 

Columbus, Christopher. See Frankl ; — Har- 
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Combrouse, Guillaunie. Monuments de la mai- 
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Commerce. See Jacob ; — Lieblein ; — Mit- 
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Commercial club of Boston. In memoriam. 
Hon. E. R. Mudge. Boston, i88i. Sq. 16°. 


Commercial odes ; addressed to several mer- 
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These odes are addressed to Hon. W. Gniy, Theodore 
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Como, Lake. See Lund. 

Comstock lode. See Church, J. A. 

Conant, Frederick O. A history and genealogy 
of the Conant family in England and America, 
thirteen generations, 1520-1887. Containing also 
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Conchology. See Fischer, P. ; — Wjatt. 

Concord railroad. See New Hampshire. 

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Cone, Marj. Life of Rufus Putnam; with 
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Conewago valley, Pennsylvania. See Reily. 

Confectionery. See Landry. 

Confederate States of America. See Watson, 

Congo language. See Bentley. 

Congo river. See Hornaday. 

Congres frantjais de chirurgie. Session 2, 1886. 
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Connecticut. See General ; — Sanford. 

Connolly, Daniel, cotnpiler. The household 
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Conversations-Lexikon (Brockhaus'). i3te 
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Cooke, George W. A history of the Clapboard 
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Copper. See Peters. 

Corea. See Carles. 

Corporations. See Tucker. 

Corpvs inscriptionvm Latinarvm consilio et 

avctoritate Academiae litterarvm regiae Borvssi- 

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Con/^»/s.— I nscriptiones Latii veteris Latinac.edidit H. 

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Cossacks. See Mittheilungen (Stein). 

Costello, Augustine E. Our firemen. A his- 
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Costume. See Ganier; — Ladies; — Mode. 

Cottin, Paul. Un proteg^ de Bachaumont. 
Correspondance inedite du marquis d'Eguilles 
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Cotton. Sec Lee, H. 

Cowper, William. See Neve. 

Cox, Sir George W.,dart. The life of John 
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Cox, Samuel S. Diversions of a diplomat in 
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3080a. 59 

Coxe, Arthur Cleveland. Institute of Chris- 
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— editor. The Ante-Nicene Fathers. Trans- 
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A.D. 325. Original supplement to the American 
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Contents. — Bibliog^raphical synopsis, by E. C. Richard- 
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The Index was made for the American edition in eight 
volumes, which comprise the original twenty-four volumes 
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Coxwell, Henry. My life and balloon experi- 
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Crafts, William A. Pioneers in the settlement 
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Cramer, John A. See Schneider, R. 

Cranz, David. The ancient and modern hi.s- 
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Cregar, William F. Ancestry of William Ship- 
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Creighton, Louise. Social history of England. 

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Crevecceur, Robert Saint John de. Saint John 
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Pp. 293-309 contain " Bibliographie des ouvrages de 

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Crisp, Frederick A., editor. Abstracts of 
Somersetshire wills, etc., copied from the manu- 
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— Catholic registers of Worcester. [London.] 
1887. L. 8°. ♦♦2501.107 

— Monumental inscriptions in the church of 
St. Olave's, Jewry, London. [London.'] 1887. 
L. 8°. ♦♦2501.108 

— The registers of Ketnpsford, co. Gloucester. 
1653-1700. [London.] 1887. L. 8°. ♦♦2501.105 




— Sepulchral memorials of Bobbingworth, 
Essex. With genealogical notes and pedigrees. 
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Croatia. See Bojni£i<*. 

Croatian language. See Filipovi<5; — Gall. 

Crocker, Uriel H. Over-production and com- 
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Crocker, William G. See Medberj. 

Crockford, John. Crockford's clerical directory 
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Crossley, Aaron. The peerage of Ireland. 
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Crusades. See Ranke ; — Recueil. 

Cumberland and Westmoreland, antiquarian 
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Cumberland county, Pennsylvania. See His- 

Cumming, Linnjeus. Electricity treated ex- 
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Cunningham, Allan. Traditional tales of 
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Curio, The. An illustrated monthly magazine 
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Cusack, Mary F. {Religious name Mary 
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Cushing, William. Initials and pseudonyms : 
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Cutler, Manasseh. Life, journals and corre- 
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Ebers, Georg M. Richard Lepsius : a biog- 
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Evelyn, John. Life of Mrs. Godolphin. New 
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Everitt, Graham. English caricaturists and 
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Faith and conduct. An essay on verifiable 
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Falmouth, Mass. Celebration of the two 
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The oration was by J. L. Swift. 

Famous victories, The, of Henry the fifth. 
The earliest known quarto, 1598, a facsimile in 
foto-lithography (from the unique copy in the 
Bodleian library) by C. Praetorius. With introd. 
by P. A. Daniel. London, 1887. [Shakspere- 
quarto facsimiles.] Sm. 4°. **G.63.39 

Farrar, Frederic W. Everyday Christian life ; 
or, sermons by the way. N. Y., 1888 [18S7]. 
16°. 5438.75 

Fashion. See Ladies ; — Mode ; — Oeflfentliche 

Fathers of the church. See Coxe. 

Faunce, Linus. Descriptive geometry. Pre- 
pared for the use of the Massachusetts institute 
of technology. Boston, 1886. Plates. 8^ 


— Mechanical drawing. Prepared for the use 
of the Massachusetts institute of technology. 
Boston, 1887. Plates. 16°. 8067.49 

Feather family. See Marshall. 

Feilberg, M. W. Norsk Bog-Fortegnelse. 
Kristiania, 1885. 8°. *2i47.65 

Fellows, James I. [Fellows' compound syrup 
of hypophosphites of quinine, strychnine, iron, 
lime, potassa and manganese.] London, 1881- 
86. 6 parts in i v. Sm. 8°. 5789a.76 

Fenwick's colony, JVe-w Jersey. See Shourds. 

Ferguson, Richard S., and Nanson, William. 
Some municipal records of the city of Carlisle. 
Carlisle, 1887. Plates. [Cumberland and West- 
moreland antiquarian and archaeological socie- 
ty.] 8«. *24i5.73 

Fermanagh, Ireland. See Lowry-Corry. 

Fernow, Berthold, editor. New York State 
archives. New York in the Revolution, pre- 
pared under the direction of the Board of regents. 
Vol. I. Albany, 1887. [Documents relating to 
the colonial history of the State of New York. 
Vol. 15.] 4°. *2390.2.i5 

Contents. — i. Proceeding's of the Provincial congress; 
The New York line on the third Continental establishment, 
1776; The navy; Officers of the levies, militia, minute men, 
rangers and associated exempts, arranged by counties; Al- 
phabetical list of the State troops ; Appendix, containing : 
List of officers of the New York Ijne on the first continental 
establishment, 1775; The navy; The Green mountain boys 
and Vermont militia; Additional officers of New York; 
Service of the levies and militia; Casualties, prisoners, 
wounded and killed. Pensioners of the State, alphabetically 
arranged; Index. 

Fever. See Wilson, J. C. 

Fidler, Thomas C. A practical treatise on 
bridge-construction. With illus. and plates. 
London, 1887. 8°- 8020a. 65 

Field, Caroline L., n^e Whitney. The unseen 
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Field, Mrs. E. M. Ethne: being a truthful 
historic of the great and final settlement of Ire- 
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noteworthy events, from the records of Ethne 
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Historical tale. 

Field, Michael, pseud. f Canute the great; 
The cup of water. London. [1887?] Sm. 8°. 

4576. I II 

Dramas. The scene of the first is laid in England in the 
time of Edmund Ironsides and Canute; the second is a , 
dramatized story taken from one of " the projects or argu- 
ments of poems " of D. G. Rossetti. 

Field of bloud, The : or rebellion blazoned 
in all its colours. In a lively representation 
(grounded upon fact) of the fatal consequences 
of inability in a prince, exorbitant ambition in 
the nobility, and licentious insolence in the 
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An account of political events in the teign of Henry iii. 
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F'ife-Cookson, John C. Tiger-shooting in the 
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illus. London, 1887. 8°. 4000.65 

Figurines. See Pottier. 

Filipovid, Ivan. Taschenworterbuch der kroa- 
tischen u. deutschen Sprache. 2te Aufl. Agram, 
1887. 16°. ♦30393.51 

Finance. See Kearny; — Nicholson ; — Stet- 

Fine arts (including finely illustrated works). 
See Armstrong, W. ; — Art fran<jais ; — Art 
review ; — Attvvell ; — B^raldi ; — Bicknell ; — 
Bode ; — Chaumelin ; — Estes ; — Huish ; — Ico- 
nographic ; — Jones, O. ; — Laffan ; — Lenoir ; — 
Luebke : — Norton ; — Pal^ologue ; — Paris. Sa- 
lon ; — Pottier ; — Propert; — Quilter ; — Sharp ; 

— Stokes. 

Fingal, Ireland. See Walsh. 

Finland. See Schreck. 

Fire and fires. See Costello ; — OefFentliche 

Fire-arms. See Thierbach. 

Firth, Joseph F. B. Reform of London gov- 
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Fischer, Ernst Kuno B. A critique of Kant. 
Trans, from the German, by W. S. Hough. 
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Fischer, Paul. Manuel de conchyliologie et 
de pal^ontologie conchyliologique. Suivi d'un 
appendice sur les brachiopodes par D. P. CEhlert. 
Avec planches contenant 600 figures dessinees 
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texte. Paris, 1887. 8°. 3872.63 

Fish and fishing. See Bickerdyke ; — Boosey ; 

— Day; — Green ; — Jordan. 

Fitzgerald, Edward. Works. N. Y. and Bos- 
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Contents. — i. Biographical preface; Omar Khayyam's 
grave; Omar Khayyim's life;, Omar KhayvAm's Rubiiyit, 
ist and 4th editions; Life of Idmi; Jdmi's Saldmin and 
Absal ; Agamemnon, a tragedy from jEschylus ; Euphranor; 
Polonius, a collection of wise saws and modern instances; 
Essays on Crabbe. 2. Six dramas of Calderon : The 
painter of his own dishonor; Keep your own secret; Gill 
Perez, the Gallician ; Three judgments at a blow; The 
mayor of Zaiamea; Beware of smooth water; Suffolk sea 

Fitzgerald, Penelope F. A treatise on the 
principle of suflScient reason. London, 1887. 
8°. 3584.75 




Fitzgerald, Percy H. The life and times of 
John Wilkes. London, 1888. 2 v. Portraits. 
Sm. 8°. 4549.120 

Flammarion, Camilla. L'atmosphere. M6- 
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Illus. L. 8°. 3960.60 

Fleet prison, London. See Ashton. 

Fletcher or Flechere, John W. An appeal to 
matter of fact and common sense; or, a rational 
demonstration of man's corrupt and lost estate. 
N. Y., 1830. 16°. 7439-9 

Florence, Italy. See Kleinpaul. 

Folk lore. See Revue ; — Schreck ; — Stories. 

Food. See Beard. 

Football. See Shearman. 

Forbes, Alexander P., bishop of Brechin. See 

Forbes, Anna. Insulinde. Experiences of a 
naturalist's wife in the Eastern archipelago. 
Edinb., 18S7. Map. Sm. 8°. 5079.80 

Forbes, George. A course of lectures on elec- 
tricity before the Society of arts. London, 1S88. 
Illus. Sm. 8°. 3967.86 

Foreign office list. 188S. Edited by Sir Ed- 
ward Hertslet. London, 1888. Maps. 8°. 

♦6540a. I 

Forests. See Oeffentliche (Buehler). 

Forgues, Eugene. Gavarni. Paris. [1887.] 
Illus. [Les artistes cdlfebres.] Sm. 4°. 4084.21 

Forsyth, Sir Thomas Douglas. Autobiogra- 
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[Ethel Forsyth]. London, 1S87. Folded map. 
Portrait. 8°. 4542.115 

The author was envoy to Yarkand in 1873 and envoy to 
the king of Burmah in 1875. 

Fosdick, Charles. Five hundred days in rebel 
prisons. Bethany, Mo., 1887. Portrait. 120. 


Foster, Joseph. Alumni Oxonienses : the mem- 
bers of the University of Oxford, 17115-1886: 
their parentage, birthplace, and year of birth, 
with a record of their degrees. Being the ma- 
triculation register of the University, revised and 
annotated. Vol. i, 2. A-K. London, 1887. L. 
8°. *2490.78 

— A revised genealogical account of the vari- 
ous families descended from Francis Fox, of St. 
Germans, Cornwall, appended a pedigree of the 
Crokers, of Lineham, and many other families 
connected with them. London, 1872. Plate. 4°. 

_ . . . ^ ^ 2431.53; **453i.io6 

Fothermgham, James. Studies in the poetry 
of Robert Browning. London, 1887. 8°. 4563.80 

Foulke, William D. Slav or Saxon. A study 
of the growth and tendencies of Russian civili 
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'^ • 3060.41 

Founding. See MuUin. 

Fownes, George. Watts' manual of chemistry 
theoretical and practical (based on Fownes' man- 
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or organic chemistry. 2d ed. (13th ed of 
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Illus. Sm. 80. 5Q77.7S 

Fox family. 5^e Foster. ^-^i 1 1^ 

Foy, Maximilien S. History of the war in the 
Peninsula, under Napoleon. Published by the 
Countess Foy. Trans, from the French. Lon- 
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This work comes down to the evacuation of Portugal bv 
the French, August 30, 1808. ^ 

Foye, James C. Hand-book of mineralogy. 
Determination, description, and classification of 
minerals found in the United States. N. Y., 1886. 
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France, L. B. Mountain trails and parks in 
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France, jst batialion of volunteers of Maine 
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— i^th regiment of artillery. See Historique. 

— 2d regiment of chasseurs. See Gay de Vernon. 

— 2d regiment of dragoons. See Bruyere. 

— 12th regiment of dragoons. See Gabriel. 

— 2jth, jjtk, 64th, 8bth, regiments of infantry. 
See Petite. 

— 4gth, 6^th regiment of infatitry. See His- 

— goth regiment of infantry. See Belhomme. 

— lojd regiment of infantry. See Roulin. 

— jobth regiment of infantry. See Valet. 

— 2d regiment of zouaves. See Du Casse. 

— History, etc. See Broc; — Chabrier; — 
Clercq ; — Dussieux ; — Ideville ; — Jackson ; — 
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— - Hevolution. See Grille. 

Revolution of i8jo. See Charles. 

Second etnpire. See Viel Castel. 

Franche-Comte. See Bourgeois. 

Francis of Assisi, Saint. .See Little. 

Frankl, Ludwig A. Cristofero Colombo. Ro- 
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8°. 2742.80 

Franklin, Benjamin. Complete works, com- 
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N. Y., 1887, 88. 8°. * 

— Father Abraham's speech to a great number 
of people, at a vendue of merchant goods; intro- 
duced to the publick by Poor Richard, (a famous 
conjuror and almanack maker) in answer to the 
following questions. Pray, Father Abraham, what 
think you of the times.? Wont these heavy 
taxes quite ruin the country.-' How shall we ever 
be able to paj' them .'' What would you advise 
us to do.'' New-Haven, n. d. Sm. 8°. **K.i7.i8 

The brothers Samuel and Thomas Green, who published 
this rare edition of the Way to wealth, were in partnership 
in New Haven from 1767 until 1799. 

— Pictorial life of Benjamin Franklin. With 
engravings. Phila. [1846.] 16°. **K.i7.i9 

— La science du bonhomme Richard. Peking, 
1884. 16°. **K.28.2 

In French and Chinese. 

Franklin county, Pennsylvania. See History. 

Franklin park, Boston. See Boston, 

Franzosische Studien. Herausg. von G. Kor- 
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8°. *4686.50.5 

Contents. —5. Ha.ise, A. : Zur Syntax Robert Garniers. 
Behrens, D. : Beitrage zur Geschichte der franzosi^^chen 
Sprache in England, i. Zur Lautlehre der franzosischen 
Lehnwbrter im Mittelenglischen. Goerlich, E. : Die nord- 
westlichen Dialekle der Langue d'otl, Bretagne, Anjou, 
Maine, Touraine. Horning, A. : Die ostfranzosiscnen 
Grenzdialekte zwischen Metz und Belfort. 

Frazer, James G. Totemism. Edinb., 1887. 
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Frederick II, the Great, of Prussia. Politische 
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Frederick, T. J. Historical sketch of the Lu- 
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county. Pa. Also, a brief history of the settle- 
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Williamsport, Pa., 1887. 8°. *3546.79 




Freeman, Edward A. The Turks in Europe. 
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— William, the Conqueror. London, 1888. 
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French in California. See L,6vy. 

French language and literature. See Altfran- 
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Bougeault; — Chabaneau; — Franzdsische; — 
Histoire; — Lorenz; — Roulier; — Toubin. 

Frey, Albert R. Sobriquets and nicknames. 
Boston, 1888 [1887]. 12°. ♦2159.27 

Frey, Joseph S. C. F. Narrative of the Rev. 
Joseph Samuel C. F. Frey. nth ed. N. Y., 
1834. 12°. ' No. I in *7455,25 

Friedrich, Johannes. Geschichte des Vatika- 
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8°. 3513-55 

Frith, William P. My autobiography and rem- 
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Fritsch, Hugo. Theorie der Newton'schen 
Gravitation und des Mariotte'schen Gesetzes. 
Konigsberg in Pr., 1874. [Koenigsberg, Prus- 
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Froebel, Friedrich. The education of man. 
Trans, from the German and annotated by W. N. 
Hailmann. N. Y., 1887. [International educa- 
tion series.] 12°. 5596.71 

Froude, James A. The English in the West 
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Illus. 8°. 2316.67 

— Same. N. Y., 1888. 12°. 2316.66 
Fuel. See Dimond. 

Fulton, A. R. The red men of Iowa : being a 
history of the various aboriginal tribes whose 
homes were in Iowa; with a general account of 
the Indians and Indian wars of the Northwest; 
and an appendix relating to the Pontiac war. 
Illus. Des Moines, 1882. 8^ ♦4363.107 

Furnaces. See Hoadley. 

Furneaux, Henry. Pedigree of the family of 
Furneaux, of Paignton and Buckfastleigh, Devon, 
afterwards of Swilly, near Plymouth. 1550- 
1875. With pedigrees of other families connected 
with it, and notes. N. p., 1876. 4°. ♦♦4531.103 

Future life. See Hereafter; — Spencer, J. A. 

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George, N. D. 

Gabriel, Charles N. Dieu, honneur et patrie. 
Histoire du xii* regiment de dragons. Par 
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Gall, Josef. Kurzgefasste practische Gram- 
matik der kroatischen Sprache. 2te Aufl. Agram, 
1882. 16°. 5039.42 

Gallatin, Albert. A memoir on the North- 
eastern boundary, in connexion with Mr. Jay's 
map. With a speech on the same subject, by 
Daniel Webster, at a meeting of the New- York 
historical society, April 15th, 1843. IHus. by a 
copy of the "Jay map." N. Y., 1843. 8°. ♦4325.100 

Gallaudet, Edward M. Life of Thomas Hopkins 
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Gama, Vasco da. See Vlamischer. 

Games. See Walker, G. 

Ganier, Henry. Costumes des regiments et 
des milices recrut^s dans les anciennes provin- 
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Strasbourg et de Mulhouse, la principautd de 
Montbeliard et le duchd de Lorraine pendant les 
xviie et xviiie siccles. Epinal, 1882. Colored 
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Gardiner, Samuel R. Outline of English his- 
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Garibaldi, Giuseppe. Cantoni, il volontario. 
Romanzo storico. Milano, 1870. 8°. 27793.79 

Garlanda, Federico. The philosophy of words. 
A popular introduction to the science of lan- 
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Garnett, Richard. Life of Thomas Carlyle. 
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Contains a bibliography of Carlyle, by J. P. Anderson. 

Garry, Rupert. Elocution, voice and gesture. 
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Gay de Vernon, Francois S. M. J., baron. 
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Geikie, Archibald. Text-book ot geology. 

With illus. 2d ed. London, 1885. 8°. 3863.80 
Geikie, John Cunningham. Entering on life. 

A book for young men. New ed. N. Y., 1887. 

16°. 3587-74 

— The Holy land and the Bible A book of 
Scripture illustrations gathered in Palestine. 
London, 1887. 2 v. Map. L. 8°. 54303.51 

Genealogy. See Barnes ; — Boddington ; — 
Bonney, C. V. R ; — Bowditch; — Briggs; — 
Burke; — Burleigh; — Cole; — Conant; — 
Cregar ; — Curio ; — Densmore ; — Denton ; — 
Devereux; — Dudley; — Eliot; — Foster; — 
Furneaux; — Gould; — Great Britain; — 
Haslewood; — House; — Jesup; — Jones, C. 
H. ; — Kelly ; — Lawson ; — Marshall ; — Mauds- 
lay; — Morris, J. F. ; — Palmer, Josiah; — 
Phillimore; — Picards; — Pope; — Prime; — 
Raymond ; — Ridlon ; — Sinclairs ; — Stukeley ; 

— Tayloe ; — Way ; — Weston ; —Woods, A. W. ; 

— Woodward, F. E. ; — Worthy; — Wright, 
A. H. 

General association of Connecticut. Nar- 
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with an account of the receipts and expenditures 
in May, 1793. New-Haven, 1794. 8°. 

No. I in ♦♦H.99b.53 

— Continuation of the Narrative of the mis- 
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appointment of the General association : with 
an account of receipts and expenditures. New- 
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Geneva congress. See Universal-Bibliothek 

Genius. See Universal-Bibliothek (Lombro- 

Geography. See Levasseur; — Mittheilungen 
(Bayberger); — Reclus. 

Geology. See Alabama ; — Canada ; — Geikie, 
A. ; — Missouri; — U. S. Geological survey; — 

Geometry. See Byrne. 

Geometry, Descriptive. See Faunce. 

George, Henry. See Campbell ; — Miller. 

George, N. D. Annihilationism not of the 
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Gerard, John, 5.5^. 5e« Morris, J. 

German language. See Diefenbach ; — San- 
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Germany. See Chasles ; — Dahn ; — Muellen- 
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— Stintzing. 




Gibson, J. Atlas minimus, or a new set ol 
pocket maps of the several empires, kingdoms 
and states of the known world, with historical 
extracts relative to each. Revis'd, corrected and 
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Gibson, John, editor. History of York county, 
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Gibson, Thomas E., editor. Crosby records: 
a chapter of Lancashire recusancy. Containing 
a relation of troubles and persecutions sustained 
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Gilbert, Elizabeth M. M. See Martin, F. 

Gilbert, John T. History of the Irish con- 
federation and the war in Ireland. 1641-45. 
Containing A narrative of affairs of Ireland, by 
Richard Bellings, with correspondence, etc. 
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Giles, Chauncey. The true and the false 
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Gillean, pseud. The Rane : a legend of the 
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The author was in the Sepoy rebellion of 1857-58. 

Giornale della libreria, della tipografia e delle 
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Girders. See Sergent. 

Glaciers. See Lecoq; — Mittheilungen (Len- 

Gladden, Washington, editor. Parish prob- 
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churches. N. Y. [1887.] 8°. 5434-53 

Contents. — The pastor's call; Parish business; Parish 
buildings ; The pastor at home; The pastor at work ; Help- 
ing the pastor; The people at work; The Sunday-school; 

Under each of the above heads are grouped short essays 
by different writers among whom, besides the editor, are 
Margaret Woods Lawrence, Austin Abbott, E. C. Gardner, 
J. II. Vincent, D.D., Waldo S. Pratt, and others. 

Glass, Henry A. The story of the Psalters. 
A history of the metrical versions of Great 
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Glazier, Richard. Historical and descriptive 
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8°. 8075.64 

Glimpses jf the nation's struggle. A series 
of papers read before the Minnesota command- 
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the United States. St. Paul, 1887. 'Map. 8°. 

•4223. I 18 

Gloucester county, Netv yersey. See Mickle. 

Godolphin, Margaret. See Evelyn. 

Godwin, William. Caleb Williams. London, 
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Goepp, Edouard, and Cordier, Emile L.., pseud. 
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la France.] 12°. 2648.67 

Contents. — i. KlCber; Desaix; Heche; Marceau; Dau- 
roesnil. 2. Bertrand du Guesclin; Bayard. 3. Champion- 
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— Voyageurs. Paris, 1885. Portrait. [Les 
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Contents. — Ken6 Cailli^. 

Goepp, Edouard, and Mannoury D'Ectot, 
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Contents. — i. Du Quesne; Tourville. a. Jean Bart; 
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Goethe, Johann W. von. Werke. Teil 34. 
Naturwissenschaftliche Schriflen. B. 2. Her- 
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— Die guten Frauen. Mit Nachbildungen der 
Originalkupfer. Heilbronn, 1885. [Deutsche 
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— See OefFentliche (Steck) ; — Scherer. 
GofF, Edwards H. See Kirvvan. 
Goldsmith, Oliver. Select poems. Edited 

with introd. and notes by Austin Dobson. Ox- 
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Goncourt, Edmond L. A. H. de, and Goncourt, 
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— Madame de Pompadour. Nouv. ed., illustree 
de cinquante-cinq reproductions sur cuivre, par 
Dujardin, et de deux planches en couleur. Paris, 
1888. 4°- *265o.55 

Gopsill's Philadelphia city directory for 1S87. 
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Gordon, Charles G. See Macdonald, A. 

Goshen, Egypt. See Naville. 

Goths. See Bradley, H. 

Gottschall, Rudolf von. Das Theater und 
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Gould, Cornelia A. Genealogy of the de- 
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Gould family. See Boddington. 

Gower, Lord Ronald C. S. L. " Brie a brae," 
or some photoprints illustrating art objects at 
Gower Lodge, Windsor. London, 1888. 8°. 


Gowrie conspiracy, 1600. See Barbe. 

Graham, Alexander, and Ashbee, Henry S. 
Travels in Tunisia. With a glossary, a map. a 
bibliography, and fifty illus. London, 1887. 
L. 8°. *3o8oa.6o 

Grand army of the republic. See Ward. 

Grand army posts. See Wilbor. 

Grands hommes, Les, de la France. See 
Goepp ; — Rouxel. 

Granges de Surgeres, — , marquis de. Les 
traductions fran^aises du Guzman d'Alfarache. 
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[Annexes a la Bibliographie Le Sagienne. i.] 
8°. *2i59.26 

Grant, Ulysses S. See Badeau. 

Graphic jubilee celebration number. The. 
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ment d'infanterie de ligne. Paris, 1875. [Publi- 
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No. I in *4637-55 

Rousseau, Jean Jacques. See Jansen ; — 
Oeffentiiche (Hunziker). 

Routledge's almanack for 1888. London. 
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Rouxel, Albert, and others. Industriels. Par 
A. Rouxel, Mossmann et L. Larchey. Paris, 
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Contents. — Richard Lenoir; Jacquard; Oberkainpf; 
Philippe de Girard; Les grands industriels de Mulhouse; 
Dollfus et KcEchlin. 

Rowbotham, John F. The death of Roland. 
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Rowell, Joseph C. List of printed maps of 
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Rowley, William. The birth of Merlin. Halle, 
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Royal charter, The, of confirmation granted 
by king Charles 11. to the city of London. 
Wherein are recited verbatim, all the charters to 
the said city, granted by [the] kings and queens 
of England. Taken out of the records, and 
translated into English, by S. G., gent. Lon- 
don. [i68o.] Sm. 8". *4539a.i4 

Ruble, Alphonse, baron de. Antoine de Bour- 
bon et Jeanne d'Albret; suite de Le manage de 
Jeanne d'Albret. T. 3, 4. Paris, 1885, 86. L. 8«. 


Ruete, Emily, nie Salima, princess: of Oman 
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Descriptive of life in Zanzibar. 

Rumpf, Carl, and others, editors. Technologi- 
sches Worterbuch deutsch-englisch-franzdsisch. 
Herausg. von Ernst Rohrig. ler Band. 4te 
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Runcie, Constance Faunt Le Roy. Poems, 
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Russell, Alexander J. The Red river country, 
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Ottawa, 1869. Map. 8°. 4467.27 

Russell, Lord VVriothesley. See Dunne. 




Russia. See Colbeck; —Cutting; — Foulke; 

— Guild; — Lansdeli ; — Steur; — Tolstoi; 

— Tychomirov ; — Vereshtchagin. 
Russian literature. See Wilson, C. T. 
Ryedale family. See Ridlon. 

Sa 'd ud din Mahinud Shabistari. The dia- 
logue of the Gulshan-i-Raz or mystical garden of 
roses of Mahmoud Shabistari. With selections 
from the Rubaijat of Omar Khayam. London, 
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Saddleworth, jE;;_^/a«</. See Radcliffe,J. 

Saft el Henneh. See Naville. 

St. George, Sir Henry. The Cambridgeshire 
visitation. By Henry St. George, i6ig. Edited 
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Contains many notes and additional pedigrees in manu- 

St. Joseph, Alissouri. See Dunn. 

St. Louis, yT//55o«r/'. City finances. Report of 
the comptroller, for 18S6-87. St. Louis, 1887. 8°. 


St. Paul, Minnesota. Public library. Annual 
reports, ist-3d, for the years ending Feb. 28, 
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Saint-Simon, Louis de R., due de. M^moires. 
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St. Thomas's hospital, London. Reports. New 
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Saintsbury, George Edward Bateman. A histo- 
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Salt, H. S. Literary sketches. London, 18S8. 
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Content f. — Two kinds of genius; Shelley as a teacher; 
The Tennysonian philosophy; The works of James Thom- 
son, On certain Ivric poets, and their critics; Edgar Poe's 
writings; Henry t). Tnoreau; William Godwin; Nathaniel 
Hawthorne's romances; Some thoughts on De Quincey. 

— Percy Bysshe Shelley. A monograph. Lon- 
don, 1888. Portrait. Sm. 8". 4549.123 

Samuelson, James. Bulgaria past and present. 
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Sanders, Daniel. Lehrbuch der deutschen 
SprachefurSchulen. Berlin, 1884. 3 v. 8°. 2887.72 

Sanford, Elias B. A history of Connecticut. 
Hartford, 1888. Map. Illus. 12°. 2338.80 

Sanitary record and London medical record 
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Sanitary science. 5^e Simon, John. 

Sanskrit language and literature. See Arnold, 
E. ; — Manu;— Pali. 

Saone river. See Hamerton. 

Sardou, Victorien. Andrea. Com^die. Nouv. 
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Sardou, Victorien. and Najac, Emilede. Divor- 
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No. 2 in 467ob.33 

Sargent, William M. Maine wills. 1640-1760. 
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Published under the auspices of the Maine historical soci- 
ety, with financial aid from the state. These wills are copied 
from the York county records, and comprise all those re- 
corded from the earliest period down to 1760, when York 
county was divided into separate counties. " Until then the 
County of York had embraced the entire Province of Maine." 

Saunders, Frederick. The story of some 
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Saunier, Claudius. The watchmaker's hand- 
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Savage, Minot J. Poems. Boston, 1882. Por- 
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Savages. See Schneider, W. 

Savings banks. See Keyes. 

Say, Jean Baptiste Leon. Turgot. Paris, 1887. 
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4650b. 55 

Sayce, Archibald H. Assyria : its princes, 
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Scandinavia. See Cutting. 

Schade, Oskar. Altdeutsches Worterbuch. 
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Schaefer, Arnold D. Demosthenes und seine 
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Scharf, John Thomas. History of Westchester 
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Schauffler, William G. Autobiography of W. 
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Schegg, Peter J. Biblische Archaologie. Nach 
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Scherer, Wilhelm L. Aufsatze iiber Goethe. 
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Schiller. See Carlyle. 

Schlegel, Johann E. Aesthetische unddrama- 
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The introduction, pages i-clxxx, is by Johann von Anto- 

Schneer, Joseph. Alassio : •' a pearl of the 
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Schneider, Richard. Bodleiana. Lipsiae, 
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Contents. — Additamenta ad volumen alteram Anecdo- 
torum Oxoniensium Crameri. 2. De Arcadii qui fertur 
codice Bodleiano disputatio. 3. Excerpta e libris Bodleia- 

Schneider, Wilhelm. Die Naturvolker. Miss- 
verstandnisse, Missdeutungen und Misshandlun- 
gen. Paderborn, 1885, 86. 2v. ini, 8°. 6236.18 

Scholz, Paul F. Gdtzendienst und Zauber- 
wesen bei den alten Hebraern und den benach- 
barten Vdlkern. Regensburg, 1877. Illus. 8°. 


Schouler, James. A treatise on the law of 
bailments, including carriers, innkeepers, and 
pledge. 2d ed. Boston, 1887. 8°. 3661.50 

Schradieck, Henry. Die Schule der Violin- 
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No. 3 in ^8057. 34 

— Tonleiter Studien. Scale studies for violin 
as practiced at the Conservatory of music at 
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Schreck, Emmy, compiler. Finnische Mar- 
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Weimar, 1887. 8°. 2901. 11 

Schroeter, Franz M. Bemerkungen zu Strabo. 
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Schulze, C. Systematische Ubersicht der in 
Zeitschriften, Programmen und Einzelschriften 
veroffentlichten wertvollen Aufsatze uber Pada- 
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18S7. 8°. *2i76.88 

Schulze, Heinrich. Vademecum des Orna- 
mentzeichners. Taschen-Musterbuch enthaltend 
1210 Ornamentmotive fiir dekorative Kunst. 2te 
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Schumann, Robert A. Sammtliche Werke. 
Symphonien fiir Pianoforte zu 4 Handen, arran- 
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Schwanert, Hugo. Lehrbuch der pharma- 
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1883. 8°. 5785.56 

Schwartz, Wilhelm. Indogermanischer Volks- 
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Science. See Tannery ; — Wilson, John. 

Scientific American. Supplement. New cata- 
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Sclater, Philip L. Argentine ornithology. A 
descriptive catixlogue of the birds of the Argen- 
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Scotland. Court of session. See Maidment. 

— General register house. Calendar of docu- 
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Scottish revie'w. Vol. 1-9. 1882-87. [Edin- 
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Scottow, Joshua. [Joshua Scottow's account 
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Scoltow was confidential agent of La Tour in transac- 


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Scrivener, Frederick H. A. Codex S. Ceaddae 
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Scrofula. See Lebert. 

Scudder, Horace E. Men and letters : essays 
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12°. 4407.127 

Contents. — Elisha Mulford; Longfellow and his art; A 
modern prophet [J. F. D. Maurice]; Landor as a classic; 
Dr. Muhlenberg ; American history on the stage; The 
shaping of Excelsior; Emerson's self; Aspects of histori- 
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Seamen. See Goepp. 

Searle, William S. A new form of nervous 
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Secretan, Charles. La civilisation et la cro- 
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Seidensticker, Oswald. William Penn's travels 
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Seilhamer, George O. History of the Ameri- 
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Seiss, Joseph A. The Apocalypse. A series 
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Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. Seneca his tenne 
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These tragedies were edited by Thomas Newton, who 
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Sepoy mutiny.. See Gillean. 

Sergent, E. Etudes pratiques sur les fermes 
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Serpent-worship. See Wake. 

Service afloat or the naval career of Sir William 
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Seth, Andrew. Flegelianism and personality. 
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Shairp, John C. Sketches in history and 
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Contents. — St. Columba; Queen Margaret of Scotland ; 
Bishop Lambcrton and Lord James; King Robert Bruce in 
St. Andrews cathedral; The earliest Scottish university; 
The early poetry of Scotland; James i. of Scotland and tfie 
King's quair; The songs of Scotland before Burns; The 
Ettrick bhepherd; Henry Vaughan, silurist. 



Shakespeare, William. A new variorum edi- 
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— Tragedy of Hamlet as arranged for the 
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— The life and death of king Richard the sec- 
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quarto facsimiles.] Sm. 4°. **G. 63.37 

— Shakespeare's tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. 
With illus. by Andriolli. Boston, 1887. Sm. 4°. 


— See Churcher; — Dawson, G. ; — Famous ; 
— Halpin ; — Morgan, J. A. ; — Rabone ; — Row- 
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Sharp, William. Great minds in art. With 
an introduction on " Art and artists." By William 
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Contents. — Dor6; Durer; Raphael ; Rembrandt; Velaz- 
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Shaw, Henry. Illuminated ornaments selected 
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Shearman, Montague. Athletics and football. 
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Shelley, Percy B. Epipsychidion. A type 
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Sheppard, John Brigstocke, editor. Literje 
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Sherwood forest. See White, R. 

Ships of war. See Reed, Sir E.J. 

Shoemaker, John V. A practical treatise on 
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Shourds, Thomas. History and genealogy of 
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Fenwick's colony comprised the territory now known as 
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Shrewsbury, Earldom of. See Great Britain. 

Siberian languages. See RadlofF. 

Sibilian, P. Clement. Collection choisie. De- 
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Simms, William G. Michael Bonham : or, 
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Simon, G. Eugfene. China: its social, politi- 
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Simon, Jules. Victor Cousin. Trans, by G. 
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Sinclairs, The, of England. London, 18S7. 
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Singers. See Edwards. 

Singleton, Mary M., nie Lamb. Poems. By 
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Siouan languages. See Pilling. 

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Slama, Franz, editor. Oesterreichisch Schle- 
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Slezer, John. Theatrum Scotise : containing 
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Smedes, Susan Dabney. Memorials of a 
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Smiles, Samuel. The art of living; from the 
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— Life & labour; or, characteristics of men of 
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Smith, Alfred C. The birds of Wiltshire. 
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Smith, Charles. A treatise on algebra. Lon- 
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Smith, D. McLaugblan. Manual of engineers' 
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Smith, George B. William i. and the Ger- 
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Smith, Helen A. One hundred famous Ameri- 
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— The wonderful cities of the world. With 
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Consists of "The great cities of the modern world," and 
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Smith, Isaac W. The theory of deflections and of 
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Sirith, Caft. John. The last will and testa- 
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Smith, William, and Wace, Henry, editors. 
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Smithson, David J. Elocution and the dra- 
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Smithsonian institution. Bureau of ethnology. 
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Social science. See Carpenter, E. ; — Chan- 
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Society for propagating the gospel among the 
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Soderhjelm, Werner. Petrarca inderdeutschen 
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Somersetshire. See Crisp. 

Sommers, Charles G. Memoir of the Rev. 
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Sophocles. Samtliche Werke. Uebersetzt und 
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Sorel, Albert. Montesquieu. Trans, by G. 
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Soudan. See Macdonald, A. 

South, The. See Kelley; — Newton; — 

South Kensington museum, London. A de- 
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University of Dublin. Dublin examination 

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— Dublin university calendar for 18SS. Dub- 
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cussed, shall the whole word of God be given to 
the heathen. N. Y., 1841. 24°. 7439.10 

Wynn, M. B. The history of the mastiff, gath- 
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Wyoming valley, Pennsylvania. See Histori- 
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Yachts. iSee American and English; — Bos- 

Yale, Catharine B. Story of the old Willard 
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Yang-Tsze-Kiang river. See Little. 

Yarkand. See Forsyth. 

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York deeds. Book 11. [1666-1676.] Portland, 
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Contents. — Introduction [by W. M. Sargent] ; John 
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1635; Deeds, 1666-1676. 

Published under the auspices of the Maine historical so- 
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Yorkshire, England. See Raine ; — Wheater. 
Yosemite valley. See Hutchings. 

Young, Adam G. A slory of active service in 
foreign lands. Compiled from letters from South 
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Young, George A. Whatever is, was. In 
nature, there are no such things as cause, effect, 
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Young men, Lectures to. See Collyer, R. ; — 
Geikie, J. C. 

Young men's Christian associations. See Wil- 

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No more was published. 

Zeller, Eduard. Outlines of the history of 
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Evelyn Abbott 'N. Y., 1886. 12°. 56oob.86 

Zenger, Carl W. Die Meteorologie der Sonne 
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Zimmem, Helen. L. Alma Tadema, royal 
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Zinzendorf, Nikolaus L. , Peichsgraf \on. See 

Zogbaum, Rufus F. Horse, foot, and dra- 
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With illus. N. Y., 18SS [18S7]. 8°. 39503.69 

Contains a few military songs with the music. 

Zola, Emile. Germinal; or, master and tnan. 
A realistic novel. London, 18S5. Sm. 8". 


Zoologische Station zu Neapel. Mittheilun- 

gen, zugleich ein Repertorium fiir Mittelmeer- 

kunde. Band 1-6. Leipzig, 1879-S6. Illus. 8°. 

Zoology. See Challenger ; — Nott ; — Oeffent- 
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Zschokke, Johann Heinrich D. Incidents of 
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A. L. O. E., pseud. See Tucker, Charlotte. 

Aguilar, Grace. Home influence : a tale for 
mothers and daughters. 764.3 

Alden, Isabella M. i^Pansy.) A dozen of them. 
Illus. 25.84 

— Monteagle. 25.85 
Alexander, Mrs., pseud. See Hector, Annie F. 
Alexander, Francesca. Christ's folk in the 

Apennine. Reminiscences of her friends among 
the Tuscan peasantry. Ed. bj J. Ruskin. 1666.25 

Ames, F. S. D. Wishes on wings: a round- 
about story. 25.59 

Appleton's atlas of the United States. 631.15 

Argles, Margaret. Marvel. By the " Duchess," 
author of " Molly Bawn." 25.62 

Ashton, John, editor. A century of ballads. 
Illustrated in facsimile. 351-8 

Bagg, Lyman H. Ten thousand miles on a 
bicycle. By Karl Kron \^pseud.'\. 642.4 

Baker, Arthur M. How to succeed as a ste- 
nographer or typewriter. 128.13 

Baker, George M. Yankee dialect recitations 
and English character sketches. 1398.23 

Ballou, Maturin M. Under the southern cross; 
or, travels in Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, 
Samoa, and other Pacific islands. 1697.24 

Balzac, Honord de. Modeste Mignon. [Trans. 
by Katharine Wormeley.] 1802.23 

Baring-Gould, Sabine. Richard Cable, the 
lightshipman. 25.30 

Barr, Amelia E., nee Huddleston. Master of 
his fate. 25.99 

Barrows, William. The Indian's side of the 
Indian question. 210.56 

— The United States of yesterday and of to- 
morrow. 238.18 

On the Western States. 

Bartlett, John. Familiar quotations. Sth ed. 


— The Shakespeare phrase-book. i39i-33 
Bartlett, John R. Dictionary of American- 
isms. 4th ed. R.R., A. 25 

Bates, Josephine W. A blind lead : the story 
of a mine. 1801.27 

Bellamy, Edward. Looking backward, 2000- 
1887. 25.42 

Bercy, Paul. La langue fran^aise. M^thode 
pratique. 2060.2 

— La langue frangaise. 2e partie. Varietes 
historiques et littdraires. 2060.3 

Berlitz, Max D., and Dubois, Emil. English 
notes to the first part of the Berlitz method for 
learning French. 2061.32 

Binet, Alfred, and F6r6, Charles. Animal 
magnetism. [International scientific series.] 


Bishop, George R. Exact phonography. A 
system with connectible stroke vowel signs. 121. 8 

Blouet, Paul. {Max O'Rell.) John Bull, 
junior; or, French as she is traduced. 2064.37 

Boston, A testimonial to Charles J. 
Paine and Edward Burgess, from the city of 
Boston, for their successful defence of the Amer- 
ica's cup. Portraits and plates. 191.20 

Bradley, Henry. The story of the Goths, to 
the end of the Gothic dominion in Spain. Illus. 
[Story of the nations.] 920.19 

BrockdorfF, Sophie, Grdfin. Ein Geheimniss 
des Konigsee. Novelle. [Bachem's Novellen- 
Sammlung.] No. i in 2056.2.30 

Brydges, Harold. Uncle Sam at home. Illus. 


Sketches of the United States and its people. 

Buckley, James M. The midnight sun, the 
Tsar and the Nihilist : adventures and observa- 
tions in Norway, Sweden and Russia. Illus. 


Buerstenbinder, Elisabeth. The spell of home. 
After the German of E. Werner \^fseud.^, by 
Mrs. A. L. Wister. 60.63 

Published in I^ippincott's monthly magazine, for Feb., 

Burnett, Frances H. Sara Crewe ; or, what 
happened at Miss Minchin's. Illus. 50. 50 

Burnley, James. The romance of life preser- 
vation. 192.26 

Cable, George W. Bonaventure. A prose 
pastoral of Acadian Louisiana. 25.91 

First published in the " Century," January, 1887. 

Caine, Thomas Henry Hall. The deemster. 
A romance. 25.68 

The scene of the story is laid in the Isle of Man. 

Cameron, Mrs. H. Lovett. A life's mistake. 
A novel. 1802.25 

Campbell, John G. E. H. D. S., marquis of 
Lome. Canadian pictures drawn with pen and 
pencil. With illus. engraved by E. Why m per. 


Carey, Rosa N. Only the governess. 25.72 

Case, The, of Mohammed Benani. A story of 
to-day. i8o6.i6 

Century illustrated monthly magazine. Index. 
Vol. 1-30. 1870-85. 1863.3 

Champney, Lizzie W. Great-grandmother's 
girls in New France. The history of little Eunice 
Williams. Illus. 23 80 

Chaplin, Heman White. Five hundred dollars 
and other stories of New England life. By C. 
H. W. Ifseud-^ 25.35 

Chamay, D^sir^. The ancient cities of the 
new world. Being travels and explorations in 
Mexico and Central America, 1857-18S2. Illus. 


" I hope I have sufficiently demonstrated that these civili- 
sations [ancient American] had but one and the same origin 
— that tney were Toltec and comparatively modern." — Dedi- 

Clayden, Peter W. The early life of Samuel 
Rogers. 530-37 

Claytor, Graham. Pleasant waters : a story of 
Southern life and character. 25.66 

Clement, Clara E. An outline history of archi- 
tecture for beginners and students. Illus. 190.88 

Cox, Samuel S. Diversions of a diplomat in 
Turkey. Illus. 681.13 

Part of this work is devoted to the discussion of the 
Eastern question. 




Creighton, Mandell. Cardinal Wolsey. 
[Twelve English statesmen.] 550-23 

Cust, Lady Marv A. The invalid's own book : 
a collection of recipes from various books and 
various countries. 183.33 

Dall, Caroline W. H. The life of Dr. Anan- 
dabai Joshee, a kinswoman of the Pundita Rama- 
bai. Portrait. I556-I9 

Daryl, Philippe, pseud. See Grousset, Pas- 

Dawes, Mrs. S. E. Ethel's year at Ashton. 
Illus. 25.79 

Dawson, 5/> John W. The geological history 
of plants. Illus. [International scientific series.] 


Deland, Margaret. John Ward, preacher. 


Dodge, Grace H. A bundle of letters to busy 
girls on practical matters. 120.71 

Dowd, Daniel L. Physical culture, for home 
and school. Illus. 1170.26 

Doyle, John A. English colonies in America. 
Maps. 211. 9 

Contents. — [i.] Virg-inia, Maryland, and the Carolinas. 
2, 3. The Puritan colonies. 

Dream drops ; or, stories from fairyland. By 
a dreamer. 25.65 

Duchess, The, pseud. See Argles, Margaret. 

Dudevant, Amantine L. A. D. (^George Sand.) 
Marianne. 1063.18 

Dulac, George. Before the dawn. A story of 
Paris and the Jacquerie. 25.94 

Ellis, Edward S. Adrift in the wilds; or, the 
adventures of two shipwrecked boys. 25.80 

— The last war trail. 25.60 

Ellis, George E. The Puritan age and rule in 
the colony of the Massachusetts Bay, 1629-1685. 

232 5 

Everett, Joseph D. Outlines of natural phi- 
losophy for schools and general readers. Illus. 

1 144 25 

Fenn, George Manville. The story of Antony 
Grace. 25.37 

Fewi S\,csh, pseud. Doctor Phoenix Skelton ; 
or, the man with a mystery. 25.82 

The scene is laid at the Hygtia hotel, Old Point Comfort, 

Field, Henry M. Old Spain and new Spain. 


Fogowitz, Andra H. Djamar. Friesische 
Novelle. [Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung ] 

No. 2 in 2056.2.30 

Forbes, Archibald. William of Germany : a 
succinct biography of William i. 53038 

Forney, Matthias N. Catechism of the loco- 
motive. Illus. II93-5 

Forum, The. Vol. 3. 1845.15 

Franzos, Carl E. For the right. Given in 
English by Julie Sutter. 1806.17 

Freeman, Edward A. William the Conqueror, 
[Twelve English statesmen.] 550.22 

Frith, William P. My autobiography and 
reminiscences. Portrait. 530.33 

Froude, James A. The English in the West 
Indies ; or, the bow of Ulysses. With illus. en- 
graved by G Pearson. 1638.22 

Gallaudet, Edward M. Life of Thomas Hopkins 
Gallaudet. Founder of deaf-mute instruction in 
America. Portraits. 530.36 

Genung, John F. The practical elements of 
rhetoric. 139338 

Georges de Peyrebrune, pseud. See Peyre- 
brune, Mathilde Georgina E. de. 

Gilder, Richard W. The celestial passion. 
[Poems.] 1324-3 

— Lyrics. 2d ed. 1324. 5 

— The new day. A poem in songs and son- 
nets. 4th ed. 1324.4 

Gilkes, Arthur H. Boys and masters. A story 
of school life. 25.63 

Goldsmith, Oliver. Miscellaneous works. 
With biographical introd. by Prof. Masson. 892.9 

— Poems, plays, and essays. With disserta- 
tion on his poetry, by John Aikin, and essay by 
H. T. Tuckerman. 329.4 

Goodwin, Hannah B. Our party of four. A 
story of travel. 25.32 

Great authors from Goldsmith to Wordsworth. 
Portraits. [Royal upper class readers.] 1400.19 

Green, Samuel G. French pictures drawn 
with pen and pencil. Illus. 651.8 

— Pictures from Bible lands drawn with pen 
and pencil. Illus. by E. Whymper and other 
artists. 651.10 

— Pictures from the German fatherland, drawn 
with pen and pencil. Illus. 651.12 

Greenough, William P. (G. de Montauban.) 
The cruise of a woman hater. 22.76 

Gronlund, Laurence, ^a ira ! or Danton in 
the French revolution. 1000.23 

Grousset, Paschal. Ireland's disease. Notes 
and itnpressions by Philippe Daryl \^ pseud. '\. 


Guild, Curtis. Britons and Muscovites; or, 
traits of two empires. 1647.4 

Hadden, J. Cuthbert George Frederick Han- 
del. Portrait. [Biographies of great composers.] 

Haggard, Henry Rider. A tale of three lions 
and On going back. 1801.29 

Hale, Edward E. Red and white; a Christ- 
mas story. 25.98 
Hale, Lucretia P., and Bynner, Edwin L. An 
uncloseted skeleton. 1809.41 
Hare, Augustus J. C. Studies in Russia. Illus. 


— Walks in Paris. Illus. 1663.6 
Harland, Henry. A land of love. By Sydney 

Luska \^pseud.'\. 60.62 

Published in I^ippincott's monthly magazine for August, 
1SS7 [1S94.1]. 

Harrison, Mrs. William, nSe Kingsley. Mrs. 
Lorimer : a sketch in black and white. By Lucas 
Malet [/.<f?«rf ]. 2 v. 1801.38 

Hart, Gerald E. The fall of New France, 1755- 
1760. Illus. 240.5 

Harte, Francis Bret. A Phyllis of the Sierras 
and A drift from Redwood camp. 25.45 

Hawthorne, Julian. David Poindexter's dis- 
appearance, and other tales. 25.83 

— Section 558; or, the fatal letter. From the 
diary of Inspector Byrnes. 2576 

Hector, Annie F.' {Mrs. Alexander.) A life 
interest. [Leisure hour series.] 25.74 

— Mona's choice. [Leisure hour series.] 25.40 
Henderson, Isaac. Agatha Page. A parable. 


Hinman, Wilbur F. Corporal Si Klegg, and 

his " pard." How they lived and talked, and 

what they did and suffered, while fighting for the 

flag. Illus. 273.16 

Holmes, Margret. Dialogues for Christmas. 





Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Before the curfew, 
and other poems, chiefly occasional. 1333-2 

Holt, Arden. Fancy dresses described; or, 
what to wear at fancy balls. Plates. 182.41 

Holt, Emily S. In all time of our tribulation ; 
a story of Piers Gavestone. 25.14 

The scene is laid in England about 1320. 

Hopkins, Louisa P., nee Stone. Easter carols. 

Hopkins, Mark, jr. The world's verdict. A 

novel. 25.69 

Houdin, Jean E. Robert, called Robert-Hou- 

din. The secrets of stage conjuring. 180.138 

A supplement to " The secrets of conjuring and magic " 


Hume, John F. THe art of investing. By a 
New York broker. 130. 103 

Hurst, John F. Short history of the early 
church. lilus. 2103.7 

— Shorthistory of the mediaeval church. Ilius. 


— Short history of the reformation. Illus. 
Portraits. 2104.25 

Hutchings, James M. In the heart of the 
Sierras, the Yo Semite valley. Maps. Illus. 


Inge, William R. Society in Rome under the 
Ciesars. 950.21 

Irving, Heniy. The art of acting. [An ad- 
dress to the students of Harvard university.] 


Isham, Charles. The fishery question. With 
a map of the Anglo-American fishing grounds 
and a short bibliography. [Questions of the 
day.] 220 46 

Jewett, Sarah O. The story of the Normans 
told chiefly in relation to their conquest of Eng- 
land. [Story of the nations.] 1000.22 

Johnston, Richard M. Mr. Absalom Billings- 
lea and other Georgia folk. Illus. 25.33 

Jordan, David S. Science sketches. 1 146.18 

Killikelly, Sarah H. Curious questions, in 
history, literature, art, and social life. 

R. R., Desk 32 

King, Henry. Savage London. 25.67 

Stories dealing with London life. 

King, William C, and Derby, William P. 
compilers. Camp fire sketches and battle-field 
echoes of the Rebellion. Illus. 274.6 

Kinglake, Alexander W. The invasion of the 
Crimea. Vol. 5. 6. 995.1 

Kingston, William Beattie. Monarchs I have 
met. Portraits. 1815.23 

Kirk, Ellen W., nieOXney. Queen money. 
By the author of "The story of Margaret Kent." 


Kron, Karl, pseud. See Bagg, Lyman H. 

Kunhardt, C P. Steam yachts and launches. 
Illus. 192.25 

Lady's book. The, of knitting. Containing 
new and easy patterns of useful and ornamental 
work. Compiled and edited by a lady expert. 


Lawrence, Rev. William. Life of Amos A. 
Lawrence : w ith extracts from his diary and cor- 
respondence. By his son. Portraits. 530.35 

Lesseps, Ferdinand, vicomte de. Recollec- 
tions of forty years. Trans, by C. B. Pitman. 


Letters from heaven. Trans, from the Ger- 
man. 2100.31 

Levi, Leone. International law. With mate- 
rials for a code. [International scientific series.] 


Lillie, Lucy C, nie White. My mother's en- 
emy. A story for girls. Illus. 1802.24 

Lindley, Walter, and Widney, Joseph P. Cal- 
ifornia of the South. Being a complete guide- 
book to Southern California. With maps and 
illus. 631.20 

Littlehale, Nellie M. Dainty desserts for 
dainty diners. 183-34 

Livingstone, David. The story of his life and 
travels- Illus. 1699.22 

Lombard, Thomas R. The new Honduras. 
Illus. 631.14 

Long, John Henry. Slips of tongue and pen. 


Lothrop, Harriet M. St. George and the drag- 
on, a story of boy life: and Kensington junior. 
By Margaret Sidney [/.<te«rf.]. Illus. 25.77 

Lowell, James R. Heartsease and rue. 
[Poems.] Portrait. 1334-8 

Luska, Sidney, pseud. See Harland, Henry. 

McAnally, D. K., jr. Irish wonders: the 
ghosts, giants, pookas, demons, leprechawns, 
banshees, fairies, witches, widows, old maids, and 
other marvels of the Emerald isle. Popular tales 
as told by the people. Illus. 50.52 

Macaulay, James. Sea pictures, drawn with 
pen and pencil. Illus. 651. 11 

Mac Donald, George. Home again. 25.38 

Mahaffy, John P. The principles of the art of 
conversation. 130.100 

Malet, Lucas, pseud. See Harrison, Mrs. 
William, nee Kingsley. 

Malot, Hector H. Zyte. Trans, by J. E. 
Simpson. 1801.25 

Manning, Samuel. American pictures drawn 
with pen and pencil. 631.18 

Travels in the United States, with views. 

— Swiss pictures drawn with pen and pencil. 
With illus. by [E.] Whymper, and others. 651.9 

Manning, Samuel, and Green, Samuel G. Eng- 
lish pictures, drawn with pen and pencil. 671.13 

Marshall, Emma. On the banks of the Ouse; 
or, life in Olney a hundred years ago. A story. 
[Home reading for girls.] 25.75 

" Slight sketches of the poet Cowper and his friend John 
Newton " are introduced. 

Marston, Edward. Fresh woods and pastures 
new. By the author of " An amateur angler's 
days in Dove dale." 1185.10 

Principally an account of fishing trips. 

Maurice, C. Edmund. The revolutionary 
movement of 1848-9 in Italy, Austria-Hungary, 
and Germany. Q^^-^S 

Mayer, Alfred M., editor. Sport with gun and 
rod in American woods and waters. Illus. 170.53 

Meyer, Lothar. Modern theories of chemistry. 
Trans, from the German. 1145.22 

Mitchell, Silas Weir. Doctor and patient. 


Molesworth, Mary L. Four ghost stories. 25.93 

Montague, Charles H. The romance of the 
lilies. 25.56 

Montauban, G. de, pseud. See Greenough, 
William P. 

Montresor, C. A. Some hobby horses and 
how to ride them. 185.35 

Contents. — How to keep a scrap. book; Seals; Crests; 
Coins; Postage stamps; Odd hobbies. "How to keep a 
scrap-book '* relates to church architecture. 




Moore, Nina. Pilgrims and Puritans ; the 
story of the planting of Plymouth and Boston. 
Illus. Portraits. Maps. 238.17 

Mowry, William A. Studies in civil govern- 
ment. 210.54 

Relates to the United States. 

Munroe, Kirk. Derrick Sterling. A story of 

the mines. Illus. 25.97 

Murray, John. Elocution for advanced pupils. 

Myers, Philip V. N. Outlines of mediaeval 

and modern history. gio.45 

Neuer Deutscher Novellenschatz. Herausg. 

von P. Heyse und L. Laistner. Band 21, 22. 

Vol. 21, 22 of 2034.1 
Contents. — 31. Der Kunstenmacher, von E. Kuike; Der 

Fachermaler von Nagasaki, von H. Rosenthal- Benin ; 

Emmy Genze, von H. Heiberg; Kirchenraub, von A. 

Friedmann. 22. Um ein Ei, von T. H. Pantenius; Peerke 

von Helgoland, von Hans Hoffmann; Die Last, von Use 

Frapan [pseud, of — Levien], 

Neuvaine, La, de Colette. Par * * * Rg. 
printed from La revue des deux mondes. [Ro- 
mans choisis.] 1063.17 

Norris, \V. E. Mademoiselle de Mersac. 


O'Brien, Fitz-James. The diamond lens, with 
other stories. New ed. 1801.26 

Ohovn, L. M. The angel of the village. 
Trans, by Mrs. Mathews. 25.43 

Oliphant, Margaret O. W. The makers of 
Venice. 581.15 

Oliphant, Margaret O. W., and Aldrich, 
Thomas B. The second son. A novel. 25.52 

Previously published in the Atlantic monthly, beginning 
January, 1887 [1S92.1]. 

Oliver, John A. W. Astronomy for amateurs. 
Illus. 1 146.21 

O'Reilly, John Boyle. Ethics of boxing and 
manly sport. Illus. Portrait. 183.35 

O'Rell, Max, pseud. See Blouet, Paul. 

Owen, Catherine. Gentle breadwinners: the 
story of one of them. 25.61 

Palacio Valdes, Armando. Maximina. Trans, 
from the Spanish by N. H. Dole. 25.89 

Palmer, Mary T. The doctor of Deane. Illus. 


Pansy, pseud. See Alden, Isabella M. 

Parker, Marie L. Cousin Angle : a story of 
real life for children. 25.70 

Parkes, Samuel H. Unfinished worlds. A 
study in astronomy. 1146.20 

Parr, Louisa. Loyalty George. [Leisure hour 
series.] 1806,18 

Paton, William A. Down the islands. A 
voyage to the Caribbees. Illus. 631.13 

Patton, Jacob H. Natural resources of the 

United States. Illus. i40-54 

Largely devoted to the precious metals, coal, iron and 

Paull, Margaret A. Rhoda's reform, or owe 
no man anything. 25.55 

Payne, F. M. Payne's business letter writer 
and book of commercial forms. 130.102 

Peabody, Andrew P. Harvard reminiscences. 


Peard, Frances M. Scapegrace Dick 25.81 

Perez Galdos, Benito. Leon Roche. A ro- 
mance. From the Spanish by Clara Bell. 2 v. 

Perry, Nora. New songs and ballads. 1324.7 

Peyrebrune, Mathilde Georgina E. de. Les 
freres Colombe. Par Georges de Pe3'rebrune 
{^pseud.^ [Contes choisies.] 1063.19 

Prentice, Harry. Ben Burton, the slate-picker. 
Illus. 25.88 

Prichard, Joseph Vila. An unlaid ghost. A 
study in metempsychosis. [Anon.~\ 25.86 

Proctor, Richard A. Chance and luck: a dis- 
cussion of the laws of luck, coincidences, wagers, 
lotteries, and the fallacies of gambling; with 
notes on poker and martingales. 1 146.16 

Raffensperger, Mr$. A. F. Patience Preston, 
M.D. [Round world series.] 25.50 

Rau, Heribert. William Shakespeare. Cul- 
turgeschichtlich-biographischer Roman. 2044.8 

Riddell, Charlotte E. L. The nun's curse. A 
novel. By Mrs. J. H. Riddell. 25.48 

Ristori, Adelaide, later marchesa Capranica 
del Grillo. Adelaide Ristori. Studies and me- 
moirs. An autobiography. [Famous women.] 


Rives, Am^lie. A brother to dragons and 
other old-time tales. 1801.31 

Robertson, Margaret M. By a way she knew 
not. The story of Allison Bain. 1801.23 

— Eunice. A story of domestic life in New 
England. 25.51 

Robinson, Frederick W. Memoirs of Jane 
Cameron, female convict. [Prison series.] 25.95 

Robinson, Rowland E. Uncle Lisha's shop. 
Life in a corner of Yankeeland. 25.54 

RoUin, Charles. The ancient history of the 
Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians [etc.]. 952.1 

Roosevelt, Theodore. Gouverneur Morris. 
[American statesmen.] I533-I7 

Rowel, M. Letters from Hell. Given in Eng- 
lish by L. W. J. S. [A/tou.^ 2100.30 

M. Rowel is said to be the pseudonym of Waldemar A. 

Ruben, Edward. The path to fame. [Fiction.] 


" Russia's hope," The, or Britannia no longer 
rules the waves. Showing how the Muscovite 
bear got at the British whale. Trans, from the 
Russian by C. J. Cooke. 25.64 

Ryder, Annie II. Margaret Regis, and some 
other girls. A story. 25.96 

Saintsbury, George E. B. A history of Eliza- 
bethan literature. 397-24 

Sand, George, pseud. See Dudevant, Aman- 
tine L. A. D. 

Sanderson, Edgar. Outlines of the world's 
history, ancient, mediaeval, and modern. Illus. 


Sansone, Antonio. The printing of cotton 
fabrics, comprising calico bleaching, printing 
and dyeing. Plates. Samples of printed cloth. 


Saunders, Frederick. The story of some fa- 
mous books. [Book-lover's library.] 1400.18 

Schobert, H. Picked up in the streets. A 
romance. From the German. By Mrs. A. L. 
Wister. 1801.24 

Scott, Lucy A. Boys and other boys. 120.72 

Scott, Sir Walter, bart. Tales of chivalry and 
the olden time, selected from the- works of Sir 
Walter Scott. Edited by W.J. Rolfe. Illus. [Eng- 
lish classics for school reading.] 25.34 

Selfe, Rose E. How Dante climbed the moun- 
tain. Sunday readings with the children from 
the " Purgatorio." Illus. 1352.28 




Sergeant, Adeline. Roy's repentance. A novel. 
[Leisure hour series.] 25-46 

Shakespeare, William. Works. 3 v. [Victoria 
edition.] 1390.1 

— Wit, wisdom, and beauties of Shakespeare. 
Edited by C. S. Ward. i39i-34 

Sheldon, Louise V. Yankee girls in Zulu 
land. Illus. 1698.9 

Shepard, Hazel, pseud. See Smith, Helen A. 

Shoemaker, Mrs. J. W., compiler. The elocu- 
tionist's annual. No. 15. 1393-29 

Shorthouse, Joseph H. A teacher of the violin 
and other tales. 1802.26 

Sidney, Margaret, pseud. See Lothrop, Har- 
riet M. 

Sinclair, Ellery. Victor. 25.78 

Skene, Felicia M. F. The Lesters. A family 
record. 2 v. 25.73 

Smart, Hawley. A false start. A novel. 


Smedes, Susan D. Memorials of a Southern 
planter [T. S. G. Dabney]. Portraits. 1553.5 

Smiles, Samuel. Life and labor; or, charac- 
teristics of men of industry, culture and genius. 


Smith, Helen A. The great cities of the an- 
cient world. By Hazel Shepard \_pseud.'\. Illus. 


" The great cities of the ancient world," and " The fjreat 
cities of the modern world," have been published together 
with the title "The wonderful cities of the world." 

Southey, Robert. Robert Southey. The story 
of his life written in his letters. Edited by John 
Dennis. 530-34 

Stannard, Henrietta E. V., nee Palmer. Driver 
Dallas. A novel. By John Strange Winter 
[/.<:e«(f.]. 25.41 

Starrett, Helen E. Letters to elder daughters, 
married and unmarried. 130. loi 

Statesman's year-book for 1888. 1885. i 

Sterry, J. Ashby. The lazy minstrel. [Poems.] 


Stevenson, Robert L. Memoir of Fleeming 

Jenkin. 1556.17 

— Virginibus puerisque and other papers. 


Stockton, Frank R. The Dusantes. A sequel 

to '"The casting away of Mrs. Leeks and Mrs. 

Aleshine." 25.71 

Originally published in the Century magazine, beginning 

December, 1SS7 [1S62.2]. 

Stoddard, John L. Red-letter days abroad. 
Illus 652.4 

Contents. — Spain : The Passion play at Ober-Ammergau 
in 1880; The cities of the czar. 

Stoddard, William O. William Henry Har- 
rison, John Tyler and James Knox Polk. Por- 
traits. [The lives of the presidents.] 1558.6 

Swift, James A. The practical telegrapher. 
Illus. 142.24 

Teele, Albert K. The history of Milton, Mass. 
1640 to 1887. 241.9 

Thackeray, William M. A collection of letters 
of Thackeray, 1847-1855. Portraits. 530.26 

Thomas, Edith M. Lyrics and sonnets. 1334.4 

Thompson, Sir Henry. Diet in relation to 
age and activity. 1170.24 

Tibbals, Marion H. Many mistakes mended, 
containing 3000 corrections in speaking, pro- 
nouncing and writing the English language. 


Todd, Charles B. The story of the city of 
New York. Illus. Portraits. 238.18 

Tolstoi, Lyof N., count. The long exile and 
other stories for children. Trans, from the 
Russian by N. H. Dole. 25.58 

— The physiology of war. Napoleon and the 
Russian campaign. Trans, from the French by 
Huntington Smith. Portrait. 1000. 24 

Tourg6e, Albion W. Black ice. 25.90 

TroUope, Thomas Adolphus. What I remem- 
ber. Portrait. 530.31 

Tucker, Charlotte. Driven into exile. A story 
of the Huguenots. By A. L. O. E. \^pseud.]. 


Turner, Ross. On the use of water colors for 
beginners. , Plates. 200.48 

Tuttle, Herbert. History of Prussia. [Vol. 1-3. J 
Maps. 920. xo 

Verne, Jules. Texar's revenge; or. North 
against South. A tale of the American civil 
war. 25.49 

VioUet-le-duc, Eugene E. Annals of a for- 
tress. Trans, by B. Bucknall. Illus. Map. 

191. 21 

Illustrates the development of military science in France 
from the earliest times. 

Voices from many hilltops, echoes from 
many valleys, or the experiences of spirits Eon 
and Eond, in earth life and spirit spheres [etc.], 
given through the Sun angels' order of light. 


W., C. H , pseud. See Chaplin, Heman W. 

Walker, E. D. Reincarnation : a study of for- 
gotten truth. 1113.25 

Walsh. A. Stewart. Mary: the queen of the 
House of David and mother of Jesus. The story 
of her life. Illus. 2102.25 

Wasson, David A. Poems. Portrait. 1334.7 

Watson, Beriah A. The sportsman's para- 
dise; or, the lake lands of Canada. Illus. 631.17 

Watson, William. Life in the Confederate 
army; being the observations and experiences 
of an alien in the South during the American 
civil war. 274.4 

Welch, Philip H. The tailor made girl. Illus. 


Wellcome, Henry S. The story of Metlakahtla. 
Illus. Portraits. 1630.19 

An account of William Duncan's work in civilizing a 
colony of Tsimshean Indians of British Columbia near the 
southern border of Alaska. 

Werner, E., pseud. See Buerstenbinder, Elisa- 

West, Mary A. Stories of the march. Ro- 
mance of the nineteenth century crusade. Vol. I. 
Plates. 1806.20 

Stories of the temperance movement. 

Wheeler, Esther G. Stray leaves from New- 
port. 1801.28 

Whipple, Edwin P. Outlooks on society, 
literature and politics. 1899.29 

Whitelock, William. The life and times of 
John Jay. Portrait. 1556.16 

Wiggin, Kate D. The birds* Christmas carol. 


Wilbor, Elsie M. Werner's directory of elo- 
cutionists, readers, lecturers [etc.]. With lists 
of pieces for declamation and recitation. 1398.25 

Wilcox, Marion. Seflora Villena and Gray : 
an Oldhaven romance. 24.2 




Williams, Rev. George W. A history of the 
negro troops in the Rebellion, 1861-1865. Illus. 
Portraits. 274.5 

Williams, John F. Philips' picturesque his- 
tory of England. Illus. Maps. 1985.14 

Wilson, Edward L. Wilson's quarter century 
in photography. Illus. 1143.24 

Wilson, James C. Fever-nursing. [Practical 
lessons in nursing.] 1170.25 

Wilson, James H. China: travels and inves- 
tigations in the "Middle kingdom." With a 
glance at Japan. Map. 1697.25 

Winter, John Strange, fseud. See Stannard, 
Henrietta E. V., nee Palmer. 

Yonge, Charlotte M. Hannah More. [Fa- 
mous women.] 1532.33 


Abbreviations: — Brl., Brighton; Clin., Charlestown; Dor., Dorchester; E. B., East Boston; J. P., Jamaica 
Plain; JV. E., North End; Rox., Roxbury; S. B., South Boston; S. E., South End; W. Rox., West Roxbury. 

Central Library Books can be applied for at the several Branch Libraries 
and Delivery Stations^ and., if they are on the shelves^ they will be sent on the 
same or following day. 

Actor's ward, The. By the author of " A fatal 

dower." Dor, 445-12; S. B. 245.37 

Afterem, George, pseud. Silken threads. A 

detective story. S. E. 444.1 

Alden, Isabella M. {Pansy.') Eighty-seven. 

€hii. 1846.5 

— Profiles. [Stories.] By Pansy and Mrs. C. 

M. Livingston. E. B. 253.34; S. B. 136.40 

Dor. 446. 16 
Alexander, Mrs., pseud. See Hector, Annie F. 
Alexander, Sigmund B. Ten of us. Original 
stories and sketches. Dor. 446.8 

Allen, Joseph H. Christian history. Third 
period. Modern phases. Dor. 67.32 

Allen, Willis B. The northern cross; or, Ran- 
dolph's last year at the Boston Latin school. 

Rox. 1III.8 

American almanac and treasury of facts, for 

1888. Edited by A. R. Spofford. Bri. 116.69 

Chn.' 1435.2; Dor. 285.2; E. B. 79.24 

J. P. R.R., E. 7; Box. 1728.2 

S. B. R.R. 295 ; S. E. Ref. Lib. 34 

Arabian nights'entertainments. Lady Burton's 

edition of her husband's Arabian nights. Vol. 6. 

Box. 7452.1 
Argles, Margaret. (T^e Duc/iess.) Lady Val- 
worth's diamonds, and The haunted chamber. 

BrI. 31- 137 
—Marvel. Bri. 31- 136; E.B. 256.36; B.S. 238.66 
— A maiden all forlorn, and other stories. 

BrI. 31.138 
Arnold, Edwin. Death and afterwards. 

S. E. 104.34 
Badeau, Adam. Military history of U. S. 
Grant 3 V. E, B. 112.XI 

Baker, George M., editor. Baker's humorous 
speaker. S. E. 38.12 

Baker, William M. Inside : a chronicle of seces- 
sion. By George F. Harrington [/5CK</.]. Illus. 
by T. Nast. S. B. 221.51 

Ballantyne, Robert M. The dog Crusoe and 
his master. Box. 935.30 

Ballou, Maturin M. Under the Southern 
Cross; or, travels in Australia, Tasmania, New 
Zealand, Samoa, and other Pacific islands. 

CLn. 2337.12; J. P. 1437.1; Rox. 413.24 
S. B. 348.48; S.E. 345-2 

Bancroft, Hubert H. California pastoral. 
1769-1848. Rox. 7421.4 

— History of the Pacific states of North Amer- 
ica. Vol. 9. Mexico. Vol. 6. 1861-1887. 

Rox. 7421.3 

Barr, Amelia E.,«^e Huddleston. Jan Vedder's 

wile. Chii. 21 13.6 

— Master of his fate. Chn. 1846.10 

E. B. 256.40; Box. 2626.13; S. B. 235.77 
Barrows, Charles M. Acts and anecdotes 
of authors [American and English]. 

Dor. 283.10 

Barrows, William. The Indian's side of the 

Indian question. E.B. 188.25; S. E. 252.15 

— The United States of yesterday and of to- 
morrow. Dor. 494.19; Box. 417.21 

S.E. 235.12 
Batchelor, George. Social equilibrium and 
other problems. S. E. 107.5 

Baxter, Lucy E., nee Barnes. The life of Wil- 
liam Barnes, poet and philologist. By his 
daughter. Rox. 7126.3 

Baylor, Frances C. Behind the Blue Ridge. 
A homely narrative. Dor. 446.6 

— Juan and Juanita. S. E. 648.9 
fiayly, Ada E. The autobiography of a slan- 
der. By Edna Lyall Ipseud.']. Chn. 2148.25 

Dor. 446.10; S. E.509a.46 
Beard, Lina and Adelia B. How to amuse 
yourself and others. Rox. 1723.23 

Bellamy, Edward. Looking backward, 2000- 
1887. Bri. 25.126; Chn. 2017.17; Dor. 445-4 

E. B. 253.37 ; J. P. 532.17 ; S. B. 247.69 
Benjamin, Samuel G. W. The cruise of the 
Alice May in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and ad- 
jacent waters. Illus. Dor. 454-i8 

— Persia and the Persians. Illus. Portrait. 

S. E. 280 3 

Berlitz, Max D., and Dubois, Emil. English 

notes to the first part of the Berlitz method for 

learning French. S. E. 709. 10 

Besant, Walter. All in a garden fair. 

Box. 2426.24 

— All sorts and conditions of men. 

E. B. 253.24 

— Children of Gibeon. J. P. 333-24 

— The holy rose. S. E. 426.1 



Blouet, Paul. {Max O'Rell.) John Bull, 
junior; or, French as she is traduced. 

Dor. 2og.2g 

Boesnier, — . Le Mexique conquis. IAho//.] 
Paris, 1752. 2 V. in i. Chn. 1044.9 

Intended for an epic poem, but not divided into verses. 

Boston. Ordinances passed in 1885, 86, and 

87. Bri. 177.60; Chn. 14271; Dor. 341.5 

E. B. R.R. Table; J. P. Desk 10; N. E. 111.24 

Rox. 832.6; S. B. R.R. 160; S. E. 238.18 

W. Rox. 37.13 

— Reports of proceedings of the City Council, 
1887. Bri. 177-74; Chn. 521317 

J. P. 921.6; Rox. 832.1 

— A testimonial to C. J. Paine and Edward 
Burgess, for their successful defence of the Amer- 
ica's cup. Portraits. Plates. Bri. 11 7. 169 

Chn. 5432.15; Dor. 284.13; E. B. 211. 16 

J. P. 911. 6; N. E. 110.16; Rox. 1710.6 

S. B. 151-40; S. E. 240.5 

— Record commissioners. Report containing 
the Boston town records, 1770-1777. Bri. 176. 131 

Chn. 2738.8; Dor. 202.14; E. B. 201.9 
J. P. 923.11; Rox. 2444.1 ; S. B. 202.12 

S. E. 238.9 
Report containing the selectmen's min- 
utes from 1754 through 1763. Bri. 176.131 
Chn. 2738.8; Dor. 202.14; E. B. 201.9.19 
Rox. 2444.1 ; S. E. 238.9 

— Churches. West Church. Commemorative 
services on the 50th anniversary of its present 
ministry and the 150th of its foundation, March 
I, 1887. With three sermons by its pastor. 
lUus. Portraits. Chn. 2666.19; Rox. 5020.14 

Bowne, Eliza S. A girl's life eighty years 
ago. Selections from [her] letters. Illus. 

J. P. 1113.22; Rox. 1213.16 

Bradley, Henry. The story of the Goths, to 

the end of the Gothic dominion in Spain. [The 

story of the nations.] Bri. 74.92; Chn. 2657.24 

E. B. 337-25; J. P. 1036.21; Rox. 637.18 

S. B. 57.24; S. E. 270.7 

Brooks, Elbridge S. Historic boys. Illus. 

Clin. 621.19; Rox. 1234.6 
Brydges, Harold. Uncle Sam at home Illus. 
Dor. 346.19; !S. B. 338.24 

Sketches of the United States and its people. 

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. E. L., ist baron 

Lytton. Ernest Maltravers. S. E. 437.20 

Burnett, Frances H. Sara Crewe ; or, what 

happened at Miss Minchin's. Bri. 16.118 

Clin. 612.28; Dor. 482.3 ; E. B. 463.1 

J. P. 222.28; Rox. 1112.24; S. B. 121. 12 

S. E. 639.37 

Bumham, Clara L. Dearly bought. A novel. 

Dor. 446.4 

Cable, George W. Bonaventure. A prose 

pastoral of Acadian Louisiana. Bri. 25.124 

Chn. 1846.7; Dor. 446.12; E. B. 253.31 

J. P. 532.18; Rox. 2628.6; S. B. 276.58 

S. E. 441-17 

Caddell, Cecilia M. Summer talks about 

Lourdes. Dor. 312.44 

Caine, Thomas Henry Hall. The deemster. 

A romance. Bri. 31.132; E. B. 256.38 

Rox. 2625.20 ; S. B. 245.35 ; S. E. 545-7 

The scene of the story is laid in the Isle of Man. 

Caimes, John E. Some leading principles of 
political economy newly expounded. 

Rox. 1911.10 

Cameron, Verney Lovett. The adventures of 
Herbert Massey in Eastern Africa. Dor. 483.21 
Carey, Rosa N. Only the governess. 

J. P. 627.20 ; S. B. 143-65 ; S. E. 509.69 

— Wee wifie. A novel. E. B. 256.37 
Carol!, Martha. How Marjory helped. 

E. B. 463.2 

Century magazine. Index. Vol. 1-30 inclu- 
sive, 1870-1885. Rox. 1438.2 

Chambers, Robert. A biographical dictionary 
of eminent Scotsmen. Portraits. 4 v. Glas- 
gow, 1837. Chn. 781.4 

Chandler, Peleg W. Memoir of Governor 
Andrew, with personal reminiscences. Portrait. 

Clin. 2876.32 

Chaplin, Heman W. Five hundred dollars 
and other stories of New England life. 

Bri. 31-131; Chn. 2182.25 

Chappell, Edward. Narrative of a voyage to 
Hudson's bay. London, 1817. Maps. 

Chn. 815.10 

Chatterbox. [1887.] S. B. 11.30 

Chautauquan, The. Vol. 7. 1887. 

Rox. 2430.1 

Choate, Lowell. The romance of a letter. 
[Round world series.] S. B. 146.60 

Chopin, Frdd^ric F. Waltzes for piano forte. 
Revised and fingered by H. Scholtz. Dor. 521.35 

Church, Alfred J. Stories of the old world. 

Dor. 483.22 

Clay, Cassius M. Life. In 2 vols., written and 
compiled by himself. Vol. i. Illus. 

Chn. 2668.1 

Clayden, Peter W. The early life of Samuel 
Rogers. Rox. 5338 8 

Claytor, Graham. Pleasant waters : a story 
of Southern life and character. J. P. 627.19 

dementi, Muzio. Sonatinen fiir Pianoforte 
solo. Dor. 521.37 

Conway, Moncure D. Pine and palm. A 
novel. [Leisure hour series.] S. E. 418.55 

Cooper, James Fenimore. Afloat and ashore. 
A sea tale. Rox. 7455.6 

— The bravo. Rox. 7455- 23 

— The chainbearer ; or, the Littlepage manu- 
scripts. Rox. 7455 9 

— The crater; or, Vulcan's peak. A tale of 
the Pacific. Rox. 7454.2 

— The deerslayer. Rox. 7455.1 

— The headsman. Rox. 7454-4 

— The Heidenmauer; or, the Benedictines. A 
legend of the Rhine. Rox. 7454-3 

— Home as found. Sequel to " Homeward 
bound." Rox. 7455-12 

— Homeward bound. A tale of the sea. 

Rox. 7455" 

— Jack Tier; or, the Florida reef. Rox. 7455-28 

— The last of the Mohicans. Rox. 7455-2 

— Lionel Lincoln; or, the leaguer of Boston. 

Rox. 7455-20 

— Mercedes of Castile. Rox. 7454.1 

— Miles Wallingford. Sequel to Afloat and 
ashore. Rox. 7455-7 

— The monikins. Rox. 7455-17 

— The oak openings. Rox. 7455-21 

— The pathfinder. Rox. 7455-3 

— The pilot. Rox. 7455-22 

— The pioneers, or the sources of the Susque- 
hanna. Rox. 7455-4 

— The prairie. Rox. 7455-5 

— Precaution. Rox. 7455-26 

— The Red Rover. Rox. 7455-^9 




— The redskins, or Indian and Injin. Being 
the conclusion of the Littlepage manuscripts. 

Box. 7455-IO 

— Satanstoe, or the Littlepage manuscripts. 
A tale of the colony. Rox. 7455-8 

— The sea lions; or, the lost sealers. 

Kox. 745515 

— The spy. Rox. 7455.25 

— The two admirals. " Rox. 745513 

— The water-witch. Rox. 7455.16 

— The ways of the hour. Rox. 7455.27 

— The wept of Wish-ton-Wish. Rox. 7455.24 

— The Wing-and-wing. Rox. 7455.18 

— Wyandotte. Rox. 7455.14 
Corbett, Julian. For God and gold. 

S. E. 545-4 

Corson, Juliet. Family living on $500 a year. 
Dor. 528.44; J. P. 2434.13 

Croker, B. M. Some one else. A novel. 

Dor. 446.11 

Crowninshield, Mary B. The ignoramuses. 
A travel story. Rox. 1121.15 

Cuffe, William U. O'C, 4tk earl of Desart. 
Kelverdale : a novel. Dor. 325.33 

Currier, Albert H. The life of Constans L. 
Goodell, D.D. J. P. 1111.3 

D., S. E. Mahaly Sawyer, or "putting your- 
self in her place." J. P. 537. 23 

Dall, Caroline W. H. The life of Dr. Ananda- 
bai Joshee, a kinswoman of the Pundita Rama- 
bai. Portrait. J. P. 1237.8 

Darling, Mary G. Gladys. A romance. 
[Round world series.] Chn. 2182.26 

Darwin, Charles R. Life and letters. Por- 
traits. 2 V. 

Chn. 2883.26; S. B. 85.7; S. E. 198.33 

Dawes, Anna L. How we are governed. A 

book for young people. Rox. 617.23 

Dawson, Sir John W. The geological historv 

of plants. Illus. [International scientific series.] 

J. P. 1914-3 
Deland, Margaret. John Ward, preacher. 

Bri. 44-131; Chn. 2146.26; Dor. 445.15 
E. B. 253.36; J. P. 532.22; Rox. 2615.10 
S. B. 243.51; S. E. 545-10 
Diaz, Abby M. Bybury to Beacon street. 

Bri. 31-130; E. B. 253.26 

Dictionary of national biography. Edited by 

Leslie Stephen. Vol. 14. Damon-^D'Eyncourt. 

Rox. R.R.,G. 5.1 

Dodge, Grace H. A bundle of letters to busy 

girls on practical matters. S. B. 49.39 

S. E. III. 21 

Douglas, Amanda M. In trust; or. Dr. Ber- 

trand's household. S. E. 451.19 

Dowd, Daniel L. Physical culture, for home 

and school. Illus. Bri. 105.107 

Drayson, Alfred W. The art of practical whist. 

Rox. 1737 19 
Drayton, John. A view of South Carolina, as 
respects her natural and civil concerns. Charles- 
ton, 1802. Chn. 1031.19 
Duchess, The, pseud. See Argles, Margaret. 
Dudevant, Amantine L. A. D. (Geo^i^e Sand.) 
La mare au diable. Dor. 288.8 

— Marianne. Dor. 288.7 
Ellis, Edward S. Adrift in the wilds. 

Bri. 42.118; E.B. 12.33; S. B. 134.26 
S.E. 632.31 

— The last war trail. Bri. 42.120; E. B. 12.34 

S. E. 632.33 

— Ned in the block-house. Bri. 42.119 

Ellis, George E. The Puritan age and rule in 
the colony of the Massachusetts bay. 1629-1685. 
Chn. 2666.20; Rox. 5014.13 
Emerson, Ralph W. Essays, ist series. 

Dor. 106.32 

— Poems. Dor. 114.9 
Enault, L. Le chien du capitaine. Dor. 288.6 
Escrich, Enrique P. The martyr of Golgotha; 

a picture of Oriental tradition. From the Spanish. 
2 v. S. E. 489.10 

Evans, Warren F. The primitive mind. 

Bri. 105.108 

Everett, William. Address in commemoration 
of Charles Francis Adams, at Quincy, 4th July, 
1887. Portrait. Rox. 5234".6 

Ewing, H. B. A castle in the air. Bri. 31.139 

Clin. 21 13. 10; Dor. 448.10; E. li. 256.42 

Rox. 2637.3; S. E. 417.60 

Ewing, Juliana H., nee Gattey. Dandelion 
clocks, and other tales. Dor. 482.2 

— The peace egg, and A Christmas mumming 
play. Dor. 482.1 

Farjeon, Benjamin L. While golden sleep 
doth reign. "Good Words" Christmas story. 

Chn. 2028 37 

Farrar, Frederic W. St. Winifred's ; or, the 
world of school. J. P. 31 14 

Faunce, Linus. Mechanical drawing. Pre- 
pared for the use of the Massachusetts institute 
of technology. Rox. 1716.9 

Fenn, George Manville. The dark house : a 
knot unravelled. S. B. 22964 

— The story of Antony Grace. Bri. 25.123 

Dor. 446.3; E. B. 256.32; Rox. 2626.20 
S. B. 14774 
Field, Caroline L., n^e Whitney. The un- 
seen king, and other verses. 

Dor. 115 23; J» P. 1825.26 
Field, Henry M. Old Spain and new Spain. 

Chn. 2337.16 
Field, Walter. Stones of the temple; or. les- 
sons from the fabric and furniture of the church. 

Dor. 526.39 
Finley, Martha. Mildred and Elsie. 

S. B. 138.60 

Fisher, George P. History of the Christian 

church. Chn. 5635 10 

Fiske, John. The unseen world and other 

essays. S. E. 104.35 

Forbes, Archibald. William of Germany : a 

succinct biography of William i. J. P. 1237.9 

S. B. 87.3 
Foster, J. Ellen. The crime against Ireland. 

Dor. 526.40 

Foster, Joseph. Alumni Oxonienses. 171 1?- 

1886. Vol. I. A-D. Bri. 107.90; Chn. 2881.1 

Rox. R.R., G. I.I 

French, Alice. {Octave Tkanet.) Knitters in 

the sun. S. E. 546.26 

Frith, William P. My autobiography and 

reminiscences. Dor. 502.5; J. P. 1231.11 

Rox. 7125.8; S. B. 179-34 

Froude, James A. The English in the West 

Indies. Chn. 2337.13; Rox. 235.6; S. E. 344-9 

Gaume, Jean J. Sudma ; or, the little African 

slave who was buried alive. Dor. 359.34 

Geikie, John Cunningham. The life and words 

of Christ. J. P. 2032.12 

George, Henry. Progress and poverty. 

Bri. 105.106 

Gibbon, Charles. Queen of the meadow. A 

novel. Bri. 44-130 




Gladstone, William E. The Irish question. 

Dor. 526.41 
Goodwin, Hannah B. Our party of four. A 
story of travel. J. P. 617.7; Rox. 2417.20 

Green, John R. History of the English peo- 
ple. 4 V. ' S. E. 254.14 
Green, Samuel A. Groton historical series. 
Papers relating to the history of Groton, Massa- 
chusetts. Vol. I. Bri. 77.78; Pox. 7010.16 
Greene, Homer. The blind brother. [A/so 
Dick, the door-boy.] S. E. 625.14 
Greenough, William P. The cruise of a 
woman hater. By G. de Montauban [pseud.']. 

Dor. 446.5 
Guild, Curtis. Britons and Muscovites; or, 
traits of two empires. Clin, 2337. 15 ; E. B. 92. 1 1 
Guiney, Louise I. The white sail, and other 
poems. J. P. 1825.25 

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Rox. 59249; S« B. 58.11 

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Dor. 521.36 
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Langley, Samuel P. The new astronomy. 

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Bri. 24.140; S. E. 45730 
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Lounsbury, Thomas R. James Fenimore 
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J. P. 1 126.8 
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Rox. R.R., G. 1,2 

Lowell, J. R. Heartsease and rue. [Poems.] 

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J. P. 1825.27; Rox. 1626.28; S. B. 258.41 

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— The principles of the art of conversation. 

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Outing. Vol. 10. 1887. S. B. 304-10 

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Pailleron, Edouard. Le monde ou Ton s'en- 

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S.E. 573-18 

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Sheldon, Mary D. Studies in general history. 

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S.E. 635-13 
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Stinde, Julius E. W. Der Familie Buchholz, 

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Rox. 2023.33 
Stockton, Frank R. The Dusantes. A sequel 
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