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EXPLANATORY 



The name *' Finding- List" has been given of late to a kind of skeleton catalogu 

which cost of printing is diminished by the utmost possible abbreviation. The pn 

Est is of that description. Only surnames of authors are given, and titles are represe 

by scarcely more than such catch-words as will identify them. There is a syster 

arrangement of subjects, with an index, and an alphabetical arrangement of entries u 

ji each subject. For what claims to be no more than a brief, single-entry list of books 

cms to be the most useful form in which it can be prepared. 

The full catalogue of our library, as of most American libraries at the present dt 

in cards, kept in cases of drawers, at the library rooms. In that catalogue, there a 

nanv entries for each book as seem to be necessary for the tracing of it from all prol 

> Erections of inquiry. It is entered under the full name of its author, under its sut 

or subjects, if it has several, or if its subject is many-sided, and under its title, whei 

title is not distinctly a statement of subject. The principal entry aims to be a com 

transcription of the title-page of the book, with full particulars of information as t( 

edition, date and place of publication, size, etc. To print a catalogue of that comp 

ness is very costly, and few libraries can afford to undertake it. Nor does it seem t 

Senously demanded. For ordinary occasions of use at home a fmding-list will gene 

f. soffice, and there is always recourse to the card-catalogue at the library for those 

require more. 

Generally, in this list, the entry of a boot is under the surname of its author; but t 
are two exceptions. Biographies, and kindred works, closely personal in subject 
entered under the names of the persons who are the subjects. The other exception 
the local history and description of England, France, and the United States, when 
entry is under the names of places, in order to secure an alphabetical arrangemei 
tibose names. 

It has been usual in preparing these finding-lists to omit dates of publication enti 

but the date of a book is a particular of so much importance that we have endeav 

to give it as frequently as possible. In some instances — among books of travel 

iple — where the time of publication is considerably later than the time to whici 

relates, the latter date has seemed to be called for rather than the former, whib 



IV EXPLANATORY. 

brevity to which we are restricted does not permit us to give both, nor to mark a di 
crimination. The misleading that may happen in a few such cases cannot be serious. 

The books whose numbers are marked with an asterisk, and which are indicated 1 
foot-note as being " for young readers,** are generally such as have been written ai 
published with that intention; but the mark is extended, also, to some others, which a 
judged to be suitable for the young. 

The mark " for reference ** is not designed to point out everj'thing belonging in tl 
category of reference-books, but only to designate those which we have placed togeth 
for common purposes of consultation, or which will be so placed when the library 
removed to more commodious quarters in its new building. 

Bibliographical helps on many topics have been supplied by citing under them tl 
excellent reading-lists and reference-lists published by Mr. Foster, of the Providen* 
Public Library, and in the Bulletins of the Boston Public Library, Harvard Universit 
the Philadelphia Mercantile Library, and elsewhere. 

The present finding-list, which embraces History, Politics, Biography, Geograph 
Travel, and Anthropology, covers some 17,000 vols., or about one-third of the librar 
It is the intention to print a second section as soon as may be, which will probab 
contain Poetry, Drama, Fiction, Essays and Criticism, and belles lettres general! 
together with Bibliography and Philology. A third section will take up the remaind 
of the contents of the library. 

In calling for books chosen from the finding-list it will be unnecessary to give titli 
The number set opposite a title designates the book just as accurately ; but care mt 
be<taken to copy the number fully and correctly, as it is printed. 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



PACK. 

muL 52 

a. 60, 6i 

Ddacks 88 

jip 100 

inistan 4^1 47 

taps 100 

fc. 51-54 

laps. 100 

una 73 and 91 

laps. 100 

una Claims 83 

ca 94 

lap. 100 

« 52 

UUMS, statistical: In general la 

\iDerican 95 

38 

rica: Aborigines of 54-5^ and 62 

Bibliography of 54 

Wtish 60-62 

>ntral 57» 58 

iHscoTcry of 55 

Ethnology of 54-56 and 62 

'rench 59- 60 

General history 55 

Prehistoric 54. 55 

•panish and Portuguese 55-59 

rnited States of 63-96 

ican Revolution 67-69 

tattle maps of 99 

nt geography 5 

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99 

nt history 5-10 

lap*. 99 

>- Saxon Britain 16 

als, historical, etc 12 

kinerican. . ^ 95 

ropology : America. 54, 55 

>ntra] America. 57. 58 

ogl^nd x6 

urope 14 

ieneral 1 

Icxico. 56, 57 

teni 58 

candinavia. ^t 41 

coCUnd 26 

56 

46 

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PAGB. 

Arabs in Spain 35 

Archaeology, prehistoric. (See "Anthropology.") 

Arctic explorations 98, 99 

Argentine Republic 58 

Arizona : Mexican period 56, 57 

Early territorial 74 

General hist, and description 93 

Map xoo 

Arkansas .71, 81 and 91 

Maps 100 

Armenia 45 

Armorials 108 

Ashantee 53 

Asia. 45-50 

Maps 100 

Asia Minor : Ancient 7 

Modem 45 

Maps 100 

Assyria and Assyriology '7 

Atlases, historical 99 

Geographical 99-iox 

Australia 96-97 

Austria: History 39 

Travel and description 40 

Azores 36 

Babylonia 7 

Baden 40 

Bahamas, The 56 

Baltimore 90 

Map 100 

Baluchistan 46, 47 

Barbary States 52 

Bavaria 40 

Belgium 40 

Maps : 100 

Bermudas, The 56 

Biography : Collectitms 103-108 

Art 105, 106 

Bench and bar 106, 107 

Exemplary 107, 108 

Literature 104, 105 

Religion 107 

Science 106 

Individual no 

Black Forest, The 40 

Bokhara 47 

Borneo 96 

Boston 87 



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INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



pa(;e. 

Boston: Map loo 

Brazil 59 

British America 60-62 

British Colonies 26 

British Columbia 61 

British India. 48 

Brittany 33 

Buccaneers 56 

Buenos Ayres 58 

Buffalo 88 

Maps 100 

Bulgaria 43 

Burmah 49 

California ; Mexican period 56, 57 

Gold discovery and settlement 74 

General history 93, 94 

Local histor>' and ^iescription 93. 94 

Constitution and government 86 

Maps loo-ioi 

Statistics 95 

Caliphs, The 11 and 46 

Cameroons, The 53 

Canada : History 59, 60 

Government and politics 61, 62 

Maps 101 

Statistics 60 

Travel and description 60, 61 

Canaries 36 

Cape Breton 60, 61 

Cape Colony 53, 54 

Caribbees, The 56 

Carthage 6 

Cashgar. (See Kashgar.) 
Cashmere. (See Kashmere.) 

Celtic Britain 16 

Central America 57, 58 

Maps 101 

Central Asia 47 

Ceylon 49 

Chaldea 7 

Chicago 92 

Map 100 

Chili 58 

China 49, 50 

Maps 100 

Chinese immigration 96 

Chivalry 11 

Chronology 4 

Cincinnati 92 

Map 100 

Circumnavigations 12, 13 

Civilijsation, general hist 2 

Civil-service reform : England : 23 

Massachusetts 85 

New-York 86 

United States 84, 85 

Civil War : American 76-81 

English 18. 19 



Cleveland 

Map 

Coats of arms ; 

Colonies, British 

Colorado : Before 1861 

General history and description 

Maps 

Columbia, British 

District of 

United States of 

Commonwealth, English 

Commune of Paris 

Ccmgo Basin 

Maps 

Connecticut : Colonial 

General hist 

Local history and description 

Map 

Constitutional government 

In United States 

In England 

Corea 

Corsica 

Crests 

Crimean war 

Crusades 

Cuba 

Cyprus, ancient .*. 

Modern .' 

Dahomey 

Dakota 

Map 

Dalmatia 

Danube, The 

Darion, Isthmus of , 

Delaware : Map 

Democratic party 

Denmark , 

Detroit 

Map , 

District of Columbia 

Dublin 

Map 

Eastern Archif>elago 

Eastern question 

Edinburgh 

Maj) , 

Egypt, ancient : Histor>' 

Remains 

Modern 

Map 

Emigration. (See Immigration.) 
England : Civil-service 

Colonies 

C<m.stitutionaI history 

( icography 

( lovernment 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



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PACE. 

ind: Historical antiquities 35 

listorical maps 99 

listory: By periods 16-21 

Constitutional 22-24 

General 21, 22 

Local 24, 25 

Military and naval 22 

laps 99 

eerage of. 108, 109 

otitics and political institutions 22-24 

olitical parties 23 

rarel and description: General 25, 26 

Local 24, 25 

as. 108 

)bs 108, 109 

:a, N. Y 88 

aps. 100 

logy. (See Anthropolc^y.) 

e: General geog^raphy 14 

sneral history 14 

»eral politics 14 

serai travel 14-16 

istorical |^e<^. (maps) 99 

ehistoric 14 

caties and diplomacy 14 

ation : General 12 

!w World 55 

histories 108, 109 

names 108 

97, 98 

merican 82 

108 

e 37 

: Elarly history 55 and 66 

im Wasbing;ton to Madison 70, 71 

on Monroe to Buchanan 73 

leral history 91 

:al history and description 91 

p 100 

Historical maps 99 

Aory : By periods 2^-33 

General 33 

-ocal 33,34 

dem maps 100 

litical institutions 33 

KTel and description: General 34 

-ocal 33,34 

-German war 32 

tea, the 80 

n of speech and press. 2, 3 

ttitutioos 2, 3 

lencan 82, 83 

flish 22-24 

in America 59» ^ 

Revolution 30 

gy. »o8, X09 

37 



PACK. 

Genoa: Map too 

Geography, at large i ^ 

Maps 99 

(See, also, under each continent and country.) 

Georges, The four ao 

Georgia: Colonial 66 

General history 91 

Local history and description 91 

\ Map zoo 

Germany: General history 38 

General travel, etc 39 

Maps xoo 

Great Britain. (See England.) 

Greece, ancient: History 8 

Remains 8, 9 

Maps 99 

Modem 44 

Greenland 99 

Guatemala 57, 58 

Guiana 58 

Guinea 53 

Hawaiian Islands 98 

Hayti 56 

Heraldry 108 

Hindustan. (See India.) 

Historical maps and atlases 99 

History: Ancient 5-10 

Biblical 6 

Episodes of 4 

Essays and miscellany 4 

Mediaeval 11 

Modem (general), la 

Philosophy of 3 

Universal 4 

(See, also, under each country.) 

Holland 40 

Maps 100 

Holland Purchase 88 

Honduras 57» S8 

Holy Land. (See •• Palestine.") 

Hudson Bay 61 

Huguenots 29 

Hungary 39i 4© 

Iceland 41 

Idaho: Maps 100 

Illinois : Early history 59, 60 and 69 

From Washington to Madison 70 

From Monroe to Buchanan 73 

General history 92 

Local history and description 92 

Local government 86 

Maps loi 

Immigration to U. S 96 

India 48> 49 

Maps 100 

Indiana : Early history 70 

General history 92 



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INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



FAr.K. ' 

ladiana: Maps loi 

Indianapolis : Map lor 

Indians, North American 62, 6j 

Iowa : Before 1861 59, 60 and 74 

In the civil war 81 

General history 93 

Political institutions 86 

Maps loi 

Ireland 27, 28 

Iiish emigration 96 

Islam, Rise of 11 

Island world, The 96 

Italian Republics 37 

Italy: Antiquities 9* xo 

Modem history 36, 37 

Travel and description 10 and 36-38 

Japan 50 

Jamaica. 56 . 

Jcmtalem : Ancient 6 ! 

Modem 45, 46 

J«v» 96 

Jewish nation : Ancient history 6 

Remains 6,7 

Kansas : Before x86x 74 

General history 93 

Maps loi ' 

Statistics 95 

Kansas City: Map loi 

Kashgar 47 

Kashmere 47 

Kentucky 90 

Knightsf^e, English 109 

Knighthood, Orders of 11 

Labrador 61 

Lakes, The, (American) 74 ; 

Levant, The, at large 44 '■ 

Liberia 52, 53 

Liberty. (See Freedom.) 

Liverpool 24 

Map ,' 99 

London 24 

Maps 99 I 

Louisiana: Spanish and French 59i ^ and 66 

From Washington to Madison 70, 71 

From Monroe to Buchanan 73 

General history 91 i 

Local history and description 91 I 

Maps Joi , 

Madagascar 54 ■ 

Madeira 36 

Mahomet and Mahometanism 11 

Maine: Colonial 65 

In the civil war 81 

General history and description 86 

Local history and description 86 



Maine : Map 

Malay Archipelago 

Malayan peninsula. 

Malta 

Manitoba. ( 

Maps: Geographical 

Historical 

Maryland : Colonial 

During the Revolution. 

General history 

Local history and description 

Political institutions 

Map 

Massachusetts: ColoniaL 

During the Revolution 

In the civil war 

General history 

Local history and description 

Politics and government 

Census. 1875 

Media, Ancient 

Medizval. (See " Middle Ages.'*) 
Mediterranean, The: At large 

Eastern 

Southern 

Mesopotamia: Explorations in 

Travels in 

Mexican war 

Maps 

Mexico 

Maps 

Michigan: Early history 59, ( 

General history 

Local history and description 

L(x:al government 

Maps 

Micronesia. 

Middle Ages: History and description 

Geog. of (maps, etc.) 

Milwaukee 

Map 

Minneapolis: Map 

Minnesota: Before 1861 59, ( 

General history 

Local history and description 

Maps 

Statistics 

Mississippi: Maps 

Mississippi River: Discovery 

Upper 

Missouri: General historj- 

Government 

Maps 

Statistics 

Modern history: General 

Mongolia , 

Montenegro 

Moors in Spain, The 

Mormons, The 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



IX 



PACE. 

COO 52 

ina: Map zoi 

real: Map loi 

d-bailders, American 54t 55 



s. 



.• 100 

93 

lOI 

Brunswick 61 

England: Colonial 64, 65 

>aring: the Revolution 69 

Var of 1812 70* 71 

rrom Monroe to Buchanan 73 

jeneral history 86 

.ocal history and description 86-88 

'oundland • .60 and 61 

Grenada 58 

Guinea. 97 

Hampshire: General history 86 

jocal history and description 87 

lap. loi 

Jersey: Colonial 66 

hiring: ^c Revolution 69 

D the civil war 81 

leneral history 90 

ocal history and description 90 

aps. loi 

ifexico: Mexican period 56, 57 

m. conquest and settlement 74 

eneral history and description 93 

aps 101 

Orleans. 91 

ap 



lOI 

>outh Wales 97 

fork City: History and description 89 

:>litics, government •. 85, 86 

ap. loi 

fork State: Colonial 65, 66 

rench Expeditions in 59, 60 

tdian aborigines of 62, 63 

oring^ the Revolution 69 

rom Washington to Madison 70 

rom Monroe to Buchanan 73 

I the civil war 81 

eneral history 88 

xaJ history and description 88, 89 

ilitics and parties 85 

xistitution and government 85 

sgislature 85, 86 

TJ^service 86 

litary organixatioo 86 

itjstics 95 



108 

.37 

taps 100 

leon 30f 3> 

1 53.54 

aska: Map lox 

srlands, The 40 

laps .• 

da 

lap. 



PACE. 

New York State : Maps xoi 

New Zealand 97 

Niagara Falls 89 

Nicaraugua 57i 5* 

Nineveh 7 

Normandy 17 and 33 

North American Indians 63, 63 

North Carolina: Colonial 66 

During the Revolution 69 

From Washington to Madison 70, ^t 

From Monroe to Buchanan 73 

General history and description 91 

Map loi 

Northwest, The: EUirly history 59i 60 and 66 

During the Revolution 69 

From Washington to Madison 70, 71 

From Monroe to Buchanan 74 

General history and description 91 

Statistics 96 

Northwest passage: Search for 98 

Norway 41 

Nova Scotia. 60 and 61 

Nubia 51 

Oceanica. 9^-9^ 

Ohio: Indians and French in 59, 60 and 63 

From Washington to Madison 70 

From Monroe to Buchanan 74 

In the civil war 81 

General history 91 

Local history and description 91, 9a 

Constitution and government 86 

Statistics 95 

Maps loi 

Oregon 75 and 94 

Maps 101 

Pacific Ocean 12, 13 and 96-98 

Palestine, ancient 6, 7 

Modem 45, 46 

MaF>s 100 

Panama 58 

Papacy, The 36 

Paraguay 59 

Parthian monarchy 7 

Patagonia 59 

Paris 32, 33, 34 

Maps 100 

Peerage 108, 109 

Peninsular war, (Spanish) 35 

Pennsylvania: Colonial 66 

French in 59, 60 

During Revolution 69 

From Washington to Madison 70 

From Monroe to Buchanan 73 

In the civil war 81 

General history S9~90 

Local history and description 89-90 

Constitution 86 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



PACE. 

Pennsylvania: Maps loi* 

Persia: Ancient 7 

Modem 46 

Maps 100 

Peru 58 

Philadelphia 90 

Map loi 

Philippine Islands 96 

Phoenicia 6 

Piedmont 37 

Plantagenets 17 

Poland 43 

Polar exploration ; 9Si 99 

Political Discussion : Europe 14 

Great Britain 22-24 

Canada 6i, 62 

United States. (See under United States.) 

Political Parties: American 83-85 

Eng;Iish 23 

Political Science 2, 3 

Polynesia 97, 98 

Pompeii 10 

Map 100 

Popes, history of the 36 

Portugal 34, 35 

Portufjuese Africa 53 

Prehistoric archajology. (See "Anthropolog^y.") 

Prussia: History 38, 39 

Travel and description 39 

Pyrene^ 34 

Quebec 59-61 

Map 101 

Queensland 97 

Rebellion, Southern 76-81 

Reconstruction 81 

Representative Government 2, 3 

In England 22-24 

In United States 82, 83 

Representatives, House of 84 

Republican institutions 2, 3 

In America 82-84 

Republican Party 75 and 83, 84, 85 

Revolution : American 67-69 

English 19 

French. 1789 30 

Rhine, The 40 

Rhode Island: Colonial 65 

From Monroe to Buchanan 73 

In the civil war 81 

General history 87 

Local history and description 88 

Map loi 

Rocky Mountains: Exploration 74 

Later description 93 

Rome, ancient: History 9, 10 

Institutions 10 

Remains 10 



Rome, ancient : Maps 99 

Modem 

Maps 

Roumania , 

Royal families , 

Russia: Histor>' i 

Travel and description A 

Maps 

Russia in Asia 

MafMi 

St. Louis 

Map 

St. Paul: Map 

St. Petersburg 4 

St. Thomas 

St. Vincent 

Sahara, The 

Salem Witchcraft 

San Domingo 

Sandwich Islands 

San Francisco 

Maps 

Saracens 

Sarawak 

Sardinia 

Scandinavia 

Scotland 26 a 

Senate, United States 

Senegambia 

Sepoy revolt 

Servia 

Shipwrecks 

Siam 

Map 

Siberia 

Sicily 

Sierra Leone , 

Slavery 

Society, history and philosophy 

Sociology 

Soudan, Egyptian 

Western 

South America: At large 

By countries 

South Carolina: Colonial 

During the Revolution 

From Washington to Madison 

From Monroe to Buchanan 

General historj' , 

Local government 

Map 

Southem States: Colonial 63 

During the Revolution 

From Washington to Madison 

From Monroe to Buchanan 

Slavery in 

Rebellion in 

Reconstruction and since 81 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



Sea* 13. 13 and 96-98 

34. 3S 

'Sf 5*T 99 

n\ Canada 60, 61 

cat Britain 15, a6 

ilia 48,49 

UI«lStatB gS.96 

;*, political j. 3 

" : * 

idem 45. 46 

tUnd 38 

Ipl "» 

J - 47 , 

»« 90 [ 

: Early history aod descriplioD 73.74 

icial hiaory and description 91 , 

■pt '00 1 

7«»"--ai 38 ! 

108, J09 I 

«- 49 ! 

■P- "» : 

aal S3,S4 ; 

1: Allarge 13,13 , 

■c. also, under each continent and countTy.) 

■d S6 i 

iKient 7,8 

.The 1 7, 18 , 

5' I 

Ian 47 I 

43 j 

T 37 

The 40 

SUtnof Am.: Administrative rep'ts, etc... 84 | 

my: History 82 : 

legisleis, rtc 85 

/olunteera. (Civil war) 81 ' 

rfl-«rvice 84 

record, etc 84 

hial 83,83 

reieti relations: Of the Revolution 68 

lilil Madison 69-70 

(onroe 10 Buchanan 73 

>f Ihednl war 80 

'oM-rebcUion 83 

;eneral 83 and 84 

Sraphy 91, 95 

:oij: Colonial 63-66 

be Revolution 67-69 

'ashii>£toD (o Uadiion 69-71 



United Slates of Am. History: The warof i8ia,.7o, 71 

Monroe to Buchanan 71-75 

The slaveiy conilicl 75, 76 

The civil var j6-8i 

General 83 

Local 86^ 

Immigration 96 

Local history and description 86-9t 

Maps too, 101 

Military and naval history S3 

Navy 85 

Political discussion: General 83-86 

Of 68,69 

69,70 

« 73 

Of'he 75-,6 

Of the civil war So 

Political parties 83 and 85 

Statistics 95,96 

I'SSUa period 63-66 

69 

From Washington to Madison 70 

From Monroe to Buchanan 7»-7S 

During civil vvar 80 

Recent, general ....94,9; 

Recent, local 86-94 

Volunteers (civil war) 81 

United States of Columbia jS 

Uruguay 59 

"J'ah 74 and 93 

Vancouver's Island 61 

Venemela 58 

V™ce 37 

Map 100 

Vermont: Early history 70 

General history 87 

Local history and description 87 

Victoria;;;";;;;;;;;;;;;;.';'.'."!":::;:!:;":;!: 97 

Virginia; Colonial 66 

During the Revolution 69 

From Monroe to Buchanan 73 

General history go 

Government and politics 86 

Local history and descriptiun, 90 

Maps 101 

Voyages, eiploring ra, rj 

Wales, Celtic 16 

Modem aj 

War of 181 a 70 

War of the Rebellion 76-81 

T» -7 

Washington, (city): In the war of i8ia 71 

Later 73 and 90 

Washington lerriloiy 73 and 94 



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INDEX OF SUBJECTS. 



PACB. 

Washington territory: Map ■ xoi 

^est, The. (See Northwest.) 

^c«t Indies 56 

Maps XOI 

^est Virginia 90 

Map XOI 

White Mountains 87 

(Wisconsin: French exploration *. . . .59, 60 

In the civil war 81 

General history and description 74 and 9a 

Local hist, and description 92 



Wisconsin: Maps 

Woman suffrage 

Wyoming: Woman suffrage in. 



Year-books: General. 

American 

Yellowstone Park . . . . 



Zululand 53* ; 

Map 



rORY.-ANTHROPOLOGY.-GEOGRAPHY. 

-TRAVEL- POLITICS. 



UNIVERSAL AND GENERAL. 



EOGRAPHY AT LARGE. 

»RTH, ci/. The earth 913 B-36 

:oG. Society. Bulletins and jour. 910 15 

Geography. 1853. 6 v ^9^3 8 

;i>. View of world. 1811. 5 v..* 910 i 
lE,^ re/. Imperial gazetteer. 2 v. ^910 W-i 

s. Cicog. dictionary. 1815 910 \V-6 

<. Countries of world. 4 v 913 B-37 

.ANL>. Noble rivers. 186S 910 8 

'OT- Hand-book of geog. 1S53. . .910 W-7 
OL.M. Two hemispheres. 1882.... ^910 14 

E. Universal geography. 2 v 913 B-i 

ON- Karth and inhabitants. 1868. *9I3 17 

:aphical teaching. 1866 913 16 

F.. Wonders of the deep 913 112 

ne. 1S66. 2v *9I3 113 

'K. tieoj^aphy. 1877 *9io 9 

LE. Manual of geog. 1853 913 M 

LYK. Cosmography. 1682 913 B-8 

HES- Treasury of geog. 1870 ^910 6 

IS. From source to sea. 1884 911 14 . 

SSTON. Geography. 1880 J910 11 

OYE. Sublime in nature. 1870 913 142 ■ 

nxcoiT. Univ. gazetteer. 1880.. .^910 W-3 : 

jpplement to same. 1883 910 W-3 | 

l^ULLOCH. Geog. diet. 1866. 2v. .J9io\V-4 

lte-Brun. Universal geog. 3 v 913 B-3 

KKHAM. Work of Royal Geog. Soc. . 910 13 i 
jfER. Gallery of geog. 1864. 2 v.. 913 B-6 
RRJSON. Hist, school geog. 1882... 911 13 
ULAY. Encyclop. of geog. 1845. 3 v. 913 5 

fXE- Universal geog. 1799. 4^ 913 i 

TER. Geog. studies. 1863 910 10 

FAL Geoc. Society. Journal. 49 V.. 9056 
TH. Wonders, nature and art. 14 V.. 913 18 

rLOK. Words and places. 1873 9^i 3 

V5 and scenery. 1831 913 144 

ilET. Geog. of nature. 1856 913 I5 

UAMS. Geog. of the oceans. 1881.. ^910 16 

Id here and there. 1S52 913 143 

(Sec also, under " Maps and Atlases."] 

• For young readen. 



PREHISTORIC ARCHEOLOGY. 

Argyll. Primeval man. 1870 571 10 

Baldwin. Prehistoric nations. 1869. . . 57a 8 

Burgess. What is truth ? 572 31 

Clodd. Childhood of the world. 1874.. *57i 36 

Dawson. Fossil men. 1880 571 24 

FiGUiKR. Primitive man. 1870 ♦571 4 

Fletcher. Prehistoric trephining. . . .970.1 B-15 
Fontaine. How the world was peopled . 57225 
Geiger. Development of race. 1880. . . 571 50 
I nternat. Cong., Prehist.Archaeolog. Trans. 571 13 
James. Catalogue Archaeolog. library . 16 Pam. 19 

Joly. Man before metals. 1883 571 55 

Keary. Dawn of History. 1878 *57i 40 

Lester. The pre-Adamite. 1875 571 29 

Lubbock. Prehistoric times. 1869 571 2 

Linton. Colossal vestiges. 1862 571 20 

Lyell. Antiquity of man. 1863 571 5 

Maclean. Manualofantiq. of man. 1878 571.43 

Owens. Antiquity of man. 1884 571 56 

Perkins. Prehistoric man 571 Pam. 5 

Rau. Cup-shaped sculpture. 1S82 .. .970.1 B-15 
Rawlinson. Origin of nations. 1878... 57235 
Smith. C. P. Antiquity of man. 1868 . 571 9 
SouTHALL. Epoch of mammoth. 1878.. 571 35 

Recent origin of man. 1875 571 32 

Tylor. Early hist, of mankind. 1870. . 571.30 

Same. Revised. 1878 571 30^ 

Waring. Stone monuments. 1S70 571 R-i 

Warren. Paradise found. 1885 57i 58 

Westropp. Prehistoric phases. 1872... 571 3 

Wilson. Prehistoric man. 1865 571 i 

WiNCHELL. Preadamites. 1880 572 38 

[See, also, under the several countries.] 



ANTHROPOLOGY.— ETHNOL- 
OGY. 

Blumenbach. Anthropolog. treatises... . 57224 

Brace. Races of old world. 1870 57a 27 

Broca. Hybridity in genus homo. 1864 572 18 
Brown. The races of mankind. 4 v *573 B-a 



t For reference. 



2 



UNIVERSAL AND GENERAL.— ETHNOLOGY. ETC. 



BiJCHNER. Man in the past, etc. 1872.. 573 5 

Cabell. Unity of mankind, i860 572 7 

FiGUlER. The human race. 1872 .' *572 22 

GOBXNEAU. Diversity of races. 1856 .. . 572 2 

Kennedy. Essays, ethnolog. , etc. 1861. 572 34 

Knox. Races of men 572 4 

Latham. Man and his migrations. 1852 572 3 

London Anthrop. Soc. Memoirs. 3 v. 572 30 

McCausland. Builders of Babel. 1871 572 20 

Mason. Miscel. papers; anthropol. 1883 571 62 

NoTT and Gliddon. Indigenous races. . 572 B-i 

Types of mankind. 1854 572 i 

Peschel. Races of man. 1876 572 32 

Pickering. Races of man. 1863 5725 

PoucHET. Plurality of the race. 1864. . 572 29 

Prichard. Natural hist, of man. 1845. 573 3 

Physical history mankind. 1826. 2 v.. 572 36 

QuATREFAGES. Nat. hist. of man. 1875 573 i 

The human species. 1879 573 8 

Smith, C. H. Nat. hist, human species. . 573 2 

Smith, S. S. Causes of variety. i8io. . 573 4 

Sbtyth. Unity of races. 1850 572 6 

Topinard. Anthropology. 1878 573 7 

Tylor. Anthropology. 1881 571 5i 

VoGT. Lectures on man. 1S64 573 6 

Waitz. Int. to anthropology. 1863. v. I 572 21 

Wood. National history of man. 1868. 573 B-i 

[See, also, under the several countries.] 



SOCIETY.— CIVILIZATION. 

About. I-re progress 301 15 

Alison. Philos. and hist, of civilization. 309 8 
Arnold. Culture and anarchy. 1869. . . 301 9 

Baudrillart. Ilistoire du luxe. 4v. .. 390 18 

Barker. Aryan civilization. 1871 309 24 

Bl-XLOC. Peoples of the world 393 3 

Brace. Gesta Christi. 1883 309 40 

Carlyle. Past and present 301 10 

Chenevix. National character. 2 v 309 4 

CoMTE. Positive polity. 4 v 301 17 

COULANGES. The ancient city. 1874 309 19 

Dean. History civilization. 1S6S. 7 v. 309 12 
Draper. Intellect, develop., Europe... 309 9 

Same. 1876. 2v 309 10 

DuNLOP. Tendency to associat'n. 1840. 301 11 

Farrar. Primitive manners. 1879 391 9 

Featherman. .Social hist, of races: I)iv. 

i: Nigritians. 1885 309 29 

Same: Div. 5: Aramitans. 1S81 309 33 

Goodrich. Manners and customs. 1845 390 6 

Harris. Civilization 301 8 

Harris, J. Patriarchy. 1858 321 i 

Harris, W. T. Method in soc. science. 301 Pam. i 

* For young readers. 



Hearn. The Aryan household. 1879.. 2 

HiTTEL. Brief history of culture. 1875. y 

Johnson. Rudimentary soc. among boys. 3c 

Kausch. Path and goal 23 

Kames. Sketches, history of man. 3 v. 3 

Letourneau. Sociology. 1881 3c 

Lubbock. Origin of civilization. 1870 . 3c 

MACKINNON. History civilization. 2 v.. 2 

McLennan. Studies in ancient hist. 1876 3 

The patriarchal theor}\ 1885 3 

Maine. Ancient law. 1867 3^ 

Same 3^ 

Early history of institutions. 1875 3c 

Early law and custom. 1883 ^ 

Village communities. 1876 3^ 

M andeville. Fable of bees i^ 

Martineau. How to obser^'e. 1838 2 

Mitchell. Past in present. 1880 3c 

Mivart. Contemporary evolution. 1876 3c 

Morgan. Ancient society. 1877 3c 

Pioneers of civilization 9G 

Progress of nations. 1861 3 

Slack. Philosophy of progress, i860. . 3c 

Spencer. Principles of sociology. 3 v. . 3c 

Social statics 3 

Study of sociology 3 

Spencer, ft/. Descript. sociology 8 pts. 302 
Sumner. What social classes owe to each 

other. 1883 3c 

Taylor, I. Ultimate ci\'ilization 824.2 

Taylor, W. C. Natural hist, society. 2 v. 3 

Vericour. Christian civilization. 1850. 3c 

Vestiges of civilization. 1851 3 

Volney. Ruins of empire 21 

WiKOFF. The four civilizations. 1874.. y 
[See, also, under the several countries.] 



POLITICAL SCIENCE. 

Amos. Science of politics. 1883 3s 

Anthony tfw</ Gagk. Hist, woman suf- 
frage. 1881. 2V 3J 

Arisix)Tle. Politics and economics 3J 

Bagehot. Physics and politics. 1873.. 3^ 

Bailey. Political representation. 1835. 3s 

Blakey. Hist. pol. literature. 2v 3a 

Boiin's Cyclop, pol. knowledge, 4 v J^ 

B0LINGBROKE. I'olitical writings. 4 v. . i^ 
]$ooks in polit. science recommended by 

Sumner, Wells and others 16 Pi 

Brougham, Pol. philosophy. 1853. 3 v. 3a 

Brown. Universal suffrage 329.1 Pai 

Brownson, Pol. writings. 3 v a3C 

Buckalew. Proportional representation. 39 

$ For reference. 



UNIVERSAL AND GENERAL.— PO^-ITICAL SCIENCE. ETC. 



HELL. Woman suffrage. 1869 .... 324 44 
riE. Shooting Niagara. 1867 .... 324 64 

Citizen of a republic 324 11 

BAUBRIAND. On revolutions. 181 5 324 6 

IAN. Principles of gov't. 1833 320 10 

0. On the commonwealth 878 2 

JN. Equality of woman. 1871. . . . 324 52 

N. Story of liberty. 1879 *324 61 

ORCET. Melanges de politique .... 840 221 
[S. Educated men in politics. . . .324 Pam. 11 

. Woman's rights. i86i 324 53 

oacy, old world and new. . . 1884.. 324 76 
ft*. Liberty of the press. 1883. .324 Pam. 13 
T. Methods of electing rep's. (J. of 

. S.. V. 44) 310 6 

)f republics. 1880 324 65 

nsoN. History civil society. 1814..- 320 8 
HAN. Comparative politics. 1873.. 320 25 
IN. Political justice. 1796. 2 v. . 320 6 

Political and social science. 

353. 2 v 329.2 46 

ks ahead. 1S75 3045 

kK. Free institutions. 1856 324 17 

LTON, Gail. Woman's wrongs. ..." 324 42 

. Elect 'n of representatives 324 38 

isox. Order and progress. 1875.. 32034 
'COD. Coming democracy. 1882.. 324 72 

i. Thoughts on gov't. 1872 320 20 

UETH. Theor}' of politics. 1853... 32015 
B. A. Liberty and law. 1874. . . . 324 24 : 
H. A. Business men and legisla- 

m. 1870 324 Pam. 4 

IS. Concerning gov't and society. . 192 24 

iathan 192 25 

tical ivritings. 4 V 192 24 

. Political Essays 192 97 

Instruction in pol. science 326 Pam. 2 

it's Political dictionary. 1845. 2 v. ^303 i 

Spirit of despotism. 1822 320 9 

L £d. Cyclop, of polit. science. 

^3 1 . 3 V ^303 B-i 

ssAis. Le li\Te du peuple. 1872.. 324 14 

i- Best form of gov't. 1863 320 19 

and abuse of pol. terms. 1877. . . . 320 36 
ft. Civil liberty, self gov't. 1853.. 32415 

Dcllaneous writings. 1881. 2 v 304 21 

L Treatises of government 192 43 : 

L Women on boards of charities.. 324 Pam. 6 < 

lAVELLi, The prince, etc 8509 

On liberty. 1877 324 40 

«sentative government. 1861 324 37 ' 

xtioa of women. 1869 324 45 \ 

f to same. (Anon.) 324 46 i 

. Woman and the divine republic. 324 47 j 

• F<^ young readers. 



M ILTON. Areopagitica, and other political 

writings. 2 V 820.2 48 

Same 820.2 26 

MiRABEAU. Discours et opinions. 3 v.. 840192 

Lettres des prisons d'etat. 2 v 840 186 

Montague. Individual liberty. 1885 . . 324 78 

Montesquieu. Spirit of laws. 1823. 2 v. 320 i 

Esprit des lo^s. 1768 320 3 

More. Utopia 324 54 

MoRLEY. jEi/. Ideal commonwealths. . . 324 80 

MuLFORD. The nation. 1870 320 21 

Necker. Executive power. ^ 1792. 2 v.. 3204 

Partridge. Feudal to federal. 1872... 32422 

On democracy. 1866 324 27 

PiCTON. Conflict; oligarchy, dem. 1885. 324 81 

Plato. The republic 184 5 

Laws 184 7 

Priestley. Essays, etc., on gov't 230 176 

Political writings 230 175 

Probyn. National self-governm't. 1870. 324 30 

QuiNCY. Protection of majorities. 1876. 324 57 

Ramsay. Political discourses. 1838 320 11 

Rousseau. Du contrat social, etc 840 98 

Same 840 273 

Inegalite 840 27a 

Lettres de la montagne 840 274 

Sidney. Discourses concerning gov't 320 B-r 

Sis.MONDi. Philosophy of government. . . 33017 

Spencer. Man vs. the state. 1884 320 37 

Ster.ne. Representative gov't. 187 1... 32023 
Stearns. Universal suffrage. 1865..329.1 Pam.26 

Stephen. Liberty, equality, fraternity. . 324 55 

Stickney. True republic. 1879 324 62 

Democratic government. 1S85 324 79 

Sullivan. Social reform. 1S68 324 41 

Tremenheere. Pol. experience of ancients 320 16 

Urquhart. Misuse of words. 1856 30424 

Voltaire. Politique et lejfislation. 2 v. 840 144 
White, A. D. Educat'n in pol. science.. 320 Pam. I 

White, C. Ecce femina. 1870 324 43 

Whitridge. Caucus system. 1S83. .324 Pam. 12 

Willis. Our rulers and rights. 186S... 32429 

WooLSEY. Political ethics. 1875. 2 v. 320 26 

Political science. 1878. 2 v 320 31 

Yeaman. Study of government. 1S71.. 32024 

Young. Int. to science of gov't. 1841.. 32017 

[See, also, under " United States," " En^'lund," etc.] 



HISTORY AT LARGE. 
PHILOSOPHY. 

Ad.vm. Theories of history. 1864 901 t 

Adams. Methods of hist, study. 1884.. 901 15 
BiGLAND. Study and use of hist. 1814. . ^11 

t For reference. 



UNIVERSAL AND GENERAL.— HISTORY, 



BissET. Essays on hist, truth. 1871 yH I 

BossuET. Discours sur 1' histoire 90! 8 

BUNSRN. Philosophy of hist. 1854. 2 v. 901 9 
Hall. Ed. Methods of tcach'g hist. . . . 37i 46>i 

Hegel. Philosophy of history 901 14 

KiNGSLEY. Limits of exact science applied 

tohistory. i860 901 13 

Miller. History philosophically illus- 
trated. 4v 9012 

Rbade. Martyrdom of man. 1876 901 12 

RUSKIN. Pleasures of England. 1885.. 901 19 

Schlegel. Philosophy of history <)Oi 6 

Smith. Study of history. 1866 «}04 8 

Same 904 9 

Stoddart. Introd. to study of hist. 1850. 904 7 



909 22 
909 B-7 

909 20 
•909 60 
•909 62 
909 B-5 



NARRATIVE. 

Anquetil. Summary of hist. 1800. 9 v. 909 i 

Barth. History of the world. 1869 <>09 59 

BOWLEY. Hist, on scriptural principles. 

6 V *909 48 

Collier. Outlines, general hist. 1873.. 90961 
Dew. Digest of laws, customs, etc. 1865. 
DUYCKINCK. Hist, of the world. 4 v. . . 
Fisher. liook of the world. 1852. 2 v. 
Freeman. Outlines of history. 1872. . . 
(riLMAN. First Steps in history. 1874. . . 
(vOODRiCH. Hist, of all nations. 2v... 
HowEL. Inst, of general hist. 1680. 2 v. 909 R-2 

Illustrated history of the world. 2 v (^09 77 

Maunder. Treasury of historj-. 1870.. ^909 63 
Mayor. Universal history. 1803. 25 v. 909 23 
MIIXOT. Elements of hist. 1823. 6 v.. 909 10 
Ml>LLER. Hist, of the world to 1783. 4 v. 909 55 
Ol.DEKOP. Mankind in many ages. 1866. 909 65 
Ollier. Cassell's ill. hist. 1882. 3v. .*909B-i 
Orosius. Hist, of the world; King Al- 
fred's version 909 64 

Outlines of hist. (Lardner's cab.). 1831. . . 909 54 

Same 909 76 

Parker. Outlines of history 902 8 

Ploetz. Epitome of history ^909 80 

Raleigh. History of the world. 6 v. . . 909 67 

Same. 1687 909 R-i 

Ranke. Universal history, v. i. 1885.. 90981 

ROBBINS. Outlines of history. 1875 90974 

RoTTECK. Hist, of the world. 1840. 4 V. 909 16 
SwiNTON. Outlines of history. 1880. . . 909 75 

♦ For young readers. 



Tytler. Elements of histor)'. 1S17... 
Voltaire. Ancient and mod. hist. 10 v. 
Wheeler. Course of empire. 1884. . . . 
White. Eighteen christian centuries, . . . 

Same 2 

[Sec, also, under " Ancient World " and ** Modem 



COMPEXDS.— CHRONOLOGY 

Adams. Synchronological chart. 1S80. .. 
Anderson. Treasury' of hist, and biog. . 
Hales. New analysis of chronol. 4 v. . 

Lord. Points of history 

McBurney and Neil. Cyclop, of hist.. . 
Nicolas. Chronology of hist. 1833.... 
Putnam. Ed. World's progress 

Same; rev. by Perkins. 1S77 

Same; rev. 1883 

Ross. Blair's chronolog. tables. 1856. . 
Shelton. Historical finger-post. 1879. 

Tegg. Diet, of chronology. 1S54 

Vincent. Haydn's diet, of dates. 1S7S. 
Whelpley. Compend, of hist. 1S21... 



HISTORICAL MISCELL.WV. 

Andrews. Historic romance. 1S83 

Archer. Decisive events in historv 

Borthwick. Battles of the world. 1866. 
BccKE. Ruins of ancient cities. 2 v. . . . 
Buckle. Miscellaneous works. 3 v. . . . 

t^REASV. Fifteen decisive battles 

Delf.pierrk. Historical difficulties 

Epochs and episodes of history 

FREK.MAN. Historic, essays. 1 87 1-79. 3 V. 
James. Dark scenes of history. 1S62. . . 

King. Famous battles. 1SS4 

Lodge. Studies in history. 1SS4 

Ma(;oon. Westward empire. iS6<; 

Malkin. Historical parallels, 1S46. 2 v. 
Moncrieff. P'amous scenes. 1SS2 .... 
Patterson. Essays in history, etc. 1S62. 
Pictorial records of remarkable events. . . . 
Priestley. Lectures on history. 1791.. 

Ruins of sacred and historical lands 

Shelton ^m/ Jones. Book of battles . . . ' 
Thornburv. Old stories retold. 1870.. 
TiMBS. Curiosities of history. iS6<). ... 

Historic ninepins. iS6g 

Wilson. Studies in history, etc. 1SS4. . 

* For reference. 



THE ANCIENT WORLD. 



THE ANCIENT WORLD. 



GENERAL HISTORY. 

. Ed. Archaic classics. 1877 892 I 

sistory of ancient peoples. 1881 . . . 930 24 

■R. Archaic dictionary. 1876 ^930 23 

Ed. Ancient fragments 890 i 

ic; rev. ed 890 2 

M0NI>. Origines. 1829. 4v 930-47 

tF-R. Hist, of antiquity. 1882. 6 v. 9308 

L Early oriental histor>'. 1852 .. . 930 4a 

Ancient history. 4 v 930 16 

a. Empires and cities, Asia. 1873. 915 12 
lOKE. Cyclop, of antiquities. 2 v. .^903 B-i 

EX. Hist, researches. 1850. 3 v 930 31 

aual of ancient histor>'. 1840 930 30 

DOTUs. For bo>*s, etc.; White, cd. ^930 63 

English readers; Swayn, ed. ...... 930 25 

t.; trans, by Beloe. 1819. 2 v 930 i 

t; trans, by Rawlinson. i860. 4 v. 930 3 

sand travels, by Wheeler. 2 v . . . . 912 10 

riesfrom (in the Or.); Keep, td.. . . 930 65 . 

lies from; by Church. 1881 *930 64 i 

AND. Epitome of history. 1821 . . 930 7 ! 

s. History of the world 937 I74 

Y. The nations around. 1870 .... *930 43 

RMAXT. Beginnings of hist. v. i . 930 58 

fines del'histoired'apres la Bible. 3 v. 930 55 
WANT and Chevaluer. Manual 

f ancient hist or)-. 1869. 2 v 930 37 

ic 930 39 

)L. Tables of ancient literature and 

istory ^902 B-i 

■HR. Lect's on ancient hist. 3 v. . 930 26 

ALL. Classical and arch. diet. 1840. I903 3 

ix, The. A collection of fragments. 890 3 

rNS<)\. Manual, ancient hist. 1869. 93036 

N. Ancient history. 4 v 930 5 1 

Orienul records. 1877 893 15 

LL. Sacred and profane hist. 2 v. 930 45 

- Ancient empires. 1883 930 62 

wonders of the world ^722 3 

IFORD. .Sacred and profane hist. 2 v. 930 34 

, G. Gentile nations. 1854 930 29 

. P. Ancient history. 1878 930 14 

ory of world: ancient. 1870. 3 v. 930 20 

Her andent history. 1882 *930 61 

:lani>. True stories *930 1 5 

ODoIogy, sacred and profane hist. . . ^902 2 

R. Students* manual. 1836 930 41 

R. Sacred hist, of world. 1834. 3 v. 222 67 

u Anoals of world. 1658 930 B-2 

* For young readers. 



VoLNEY. OeuvTes completes. 1837 930 B-i 

Yon(;e. Landmarks of hist. 1870 *930 44 

[Sec, also, under *' Universal and General."] 



ANCIENT C;EOCiRArHV: GENERAL. 

Anthon. Ancient and nicd. geog. 1850. J912 3 
Anville, D'. /Vncient geog. 1814. 2 v. ^912 i 
BuxBURY. Hist, ancient geog. 1879. 2 v. 912 31 
KiEPERT. Manual ancient geog. 1881.. {91235 
Leake. Questions of ancient geog. 1857. 91234 
NiEBUHR. Ancient ethnog. and geog. 2 v. 912 5 

Geography of Herodotus. 1830 913 7 

PiLLANS. First steps, classical geog 912 36 

Ptolemy's geog., bibliog. of; by Winsor. 

Harvard univ. bul. v. 2 16 B-17 

Rennell. Geog. of Herodotus. 2 v 912 8 

Strabo. Geography. 1854. 3 v 912 14 

Vincent. Periplus of Erythrean sea 912 B-3 



ANCIENT EGYPT. 

HISTORY. 

Berkley. Pharaohs and people. 1884.. *932 40 
Birch. Ancient hist, from monum'ts. . . . 932 15 
Brugsch. Hist, of Egypt. 1S79. 2 v.. 93227 
BuNSEN. Egypt's place in hist. 1867. 5 v. 932 I 
Clark. Daleth. 1864 932 11 

Israel in Eg>'pt. 1874 916.2 ii 

Cleopatra. Hist.; by Abbott. 1870. .*923.6 15 

Early Eg>'ptian history. 1863 *932 22 

Harkness. Egyptian life and hist. 1884. 93242 
Haskins. Civilizat'n anterior to Greece. 932 Pam. I 
Kenrick. Egypt of Herodotus. 1841.. 932 10 

Egypt under Pharaohs. 1853. 2 v. . . . 932 20 

Laxoye. Rameses the great. 1870 *932 17 

OsBURN. Monumental hist. 1854. 2 v. 932 36 
Palmer. Egj-ptian chronicles. 1861. 2 v. 932 8 
Poole. Cities of Egypt. 1882 93235 

Horae /Egyptica* 932 19 

Rawlinson. Hist, of Egypt. i8St. 2 v. 932 30 
R IK ART. Mcnes and Cheops. 1869 .... 932 18 

Russell. View of Egypt. 1832 932 16 

Sharpe. Hist, of Egypt. 1859. 2 v. . . 9326 
Trubxer. I.ead'g books on Egypt. iSSi. 1636 
\V ATKINS. Popular hist. Egypt. 1885.. 932 B-i 
Wilkinson. Manners, etc., of Egyp- 
tians. 1878. 3v 93224 

Popular acc't of Egyptians. 1854. 2 v. 932 12 

Wilson. Egypt of the past 932 32 

Zincke. Egypt of the Pharaohs. 1871.. 916.2 14 

t For reference. 



6 



THE ANCIENT WORLD.— EGYPT. ETC. 



MONUMENTS.— REMAINS.— EXPLORA- 
TIONS. 

Adams. I^nd of the Nile. 1871 *9i6.2 51 

Valley of the Nile. 1867 916.2 52 

Ballard. Pyramid problem. 1882 93234 

Barnard. Pyramid of Gizeh. 1884 916.2 88 

Beaufort. Egyptian sepulchres. 1874.915.699 

BONWICK. Pyramid facts and fancies 916.2 85 

Cooper. Short history of obelisks 932 33 

GORRINGE. Egyptian obelisks. 1882... 932 R-i 

Greaves. P>Tamidographia. 1646 932 14 

Hawks. Monuments of Egypt. 1850.. 916.2 63 

King. Cleopatra's needle. 1884 932 41 

Lepsius. Letters from Egypt. 1853 916.2 i 

Long. Egyptian Antiquities. 1849. 2 v. 916.2 55 
Mariette-Bey. Monum'ts of Up.Egypt. 916.2 94 
Merriam. Inscriptions on obelisk crab. . 932 38 
Naville. Store-city of Pithom. 1885. 916.2 R-3 

Poole. Egypt. 1881 916.2 80 

Proctor. The great pyramid. 1883 ... 916.2 83 

Records of the past. 12 v 893 2 

RoMER. Temples and tombs. 1846. 2 v. 916.2 7 

Rosetta stone. (Fac simile) 914-2 T-2 

Sexss. Miracle in stone. 1877 916.2 58 

Same 916.2 s^yi 

Sharpk. Egypt, antiq. in Brit, museum . 932 23 

Decree of Canopus. 1870 492 3 

Rosetta stone. 1871 492 2 

Smyth. Life and work at pyramid. 3 v.. 916.2 66 

Our inheritance in pyramid. 1864 916.2 57 

Same. 1880 916.2 57^^ 

Taylor. The great pyramid. 1859 916.2 92 

Wilkinson. Topog. of Thebes. 1835.. 916.22 

Wilson. Discovery at Thebes. 1883... 93239 
[See, also, under " Modem Egypt.*'] 



PHCENICIA.— CYPRUS.— CAR- 
THAGE. 

Cesnola. Cyprus. 1878 91 5-6 84 

Davis. Carthage; remains. 1861 916.5 8 

Ruined cities. 1 862 916. 5 9 

Hannibal. Hist. ; by Abbott. 1868. . .*923.6 11 

Kenrick. Phoenicia 939 2 

Lang. C>'prus. 1878 915-6 147 

Smith. Carthage 939 3 

Rome and Carthage *939 5 



ANCIENT JEWISH NATION. 

IHSTORY. 

Alexander. Israelitish nation. 1S53.. 933 5 
Allkn. Hebrew men and times. 1861.. 93330 
Ancient nation. The 933 29 



Besant and Palmer. Jerusalem. 1871. < 
Bramston. Judsea and her rulers. 1882. *9: 
Brugsch. True story of exodus. 1880. . ( 
Church. Last days of Jerusalem. 1881. *9: 

CowLES. Hebrew history. 1875 2S 

Delitzsch. Jewish artisan life. 1883. . . 9: 
Ebers. Durch gosen zum Sinai. 1872. . 915 
EwALD. Antiquities of Israel. 1876 ... 2( 

History of Israel. 1869-1883. 5 v. . . . 9; 

Fenton. Early Hebrew life. 18S0 9^ 

Freshman. Jews and Israelites 2c 

Geiger. Judaism and its histor}'. 1866. s 
GossE. Hist, of Jews, ist to 15th cent's, s 
Graetz. Hist, of Jews. v. 4. 1873... * 

Hale. History of the Jews. 1854 93 

Henderson. Palestine. 1885 c 

HiNE. 47 identifications of Angla-Sax.933 Ps 
Jahn. The Hebrew commonwealth, a v. ^ 
JosEPHUS. Jewish war, trans, by Traill . % 

Works, trans, by Whiston. 4 v 93 

For young folks; ed. by Shepard '93 

KiiTO. Bible hist, holy land. 1867 .... 9 

History of Palestine 93 

Knight. Arch of Titus. 1867 9 

Lewin. Siege of Jerusalem. 1863 9 

MACCAB.tus. Life; by Conder. 1879... 923. 
Merrill. Galilee, time of Christ. 1885. 9 
Milman. History of the Jews. 1870. 3 v. 93 

Nutt. Samaritan history. 1874 29 

Palmer, E. H. Desert of the exodus. 2 v. 91; 

History Jewish nation. 1880 *93 

Palmer, H. S. Sinai 93 

Prideaux. Hist, connection of Old and 

New Testaments. 2 v 93 

Raphall. Post-Biblical hist, of Jews. 2 v. 93 
Rothschild. History and literature of 

Israelites. 1875. 2v 22 

Sayce. Introduc. to Ezra, etc. 1885.... 32 
Sharps. The Hebrew nation. 1869.... 92 
Simon. Ten tribes and Am. Indians. ... 5; 

Smith. The Hebrew people ^ 

Stanley. Hist. Jewish church. 3v.... 5 

Straciiey. Hebrew politics 2S 

ToMKiNS. Times of Abraham. 1879... c 
Tucker. (A. L. O. E.) Stories from 

Jewish history *9^ 

Warren. Jerusalem. 1873 956 

Wellhal'Sen. Prolegomena to history of 

Israel. 18S5 ac 

\ViLi>. Lost ten tribes and 1882 2: 



REMAINS.— EXPLORATION. 

Arci'LF, «•/ a/. Early travels in Palestine.. 915 
Barclay. City of Great King. 1871. . Qis.i 



• For young readers. 



THE ANCIENT W.ORLD.— JEWISH NATION. ETC. 



ic. Travels of patriarchs. 1636. .915.6 18 

The land and its story. 1869. ... 915.6 10 

K. Tent- work in Palestine. 2 v. . 915.6 133 

ition of holy land. 1830 9I5>6 25 

Holy land. 1868 915.615 

Studies in Bible lands. 1869. ... 915.6 68 
nr. Sacred mountains. 1847.. .. 915.6 52 

Villages of Bible. 1874 915*6 123 

Discoveries on temple hill. 1884. 915.6 165 

Moabite stone. 1878 493 9 

Scripture lands. 1850 915.613 

LL. East of the Jordan. 1881.. .915.6 154 

Palestine explored. 1882 915*6 156 

f. Palestine. 1859 915.6 9 

rk in Palestine. 1873 915*6 91 

Ti. Jerusalem explored. 2 v. . .915.6 R-2 
L Comp. geog. Palestine, etc. 4 v. 915.6 i 
ON and Smith. Biblical researches. 

J8. 3v 915.6 5 

JU Palestine. 1832 915*6 14 

. Horeb and Jerusalem. 1864. . . . 915.6 46 

:y. Sinai and Palestine. 1857 915.68 

fG. Bible incidents. 1881 915*6 157 

ON. Land and book. 1876. 2 v. .915.6 160 

. 1882. 2v 915.6158 

SON. Palestine 915.6 11 

inx. Kadesh-Bamea 933 44 

IE. Rivers, etc.. of Scripture 915.6 53 

LNNEP. Bible lands. 1875 915*6 19 

Moabite stone. 1883 933*46 

s. Undergr'd Jerusalem. 1876.. 915. 6 140 
r. Recovery of Jerusalem. 1871. . 915.6 90 
[Sec also under "Syria and Palestine."] 



ANCIENT SYRIA. 

L Heth and Moab. 1883 915*6 163 

Ruines de Balbec. 1757 915.6 T-3 

s of Palmyra. 1753 9i5*6 T-2 

r. Empire of Hittites. 1884. . . . 939 7 



fLONIA, ASSYRIA, PERSIA. 

HISTORY. 

Babylonian life, etc. 1884 935 16 

t9u great. Hist.; by Abbott *923.6 2 

, tfu great. Hist.; by Abbott . . . .*923.6 4 
[. Epic of kings; tr. by Zimmern. 895 R-i 
des from the Shah Nameh; tr. by 

ston 895 

ab; tr. by Atkinson 895 

ESS. Ass3rrian life, etc. 1883 935 

Geschichte des alten Persiens 935 



13 

14 

12 



Rawlinson. Five great monarchies. 3 v. 

Sixth great monarchy. 1873 

Seventh great monarchy. 1876 

Sayce. Fresh light from monum'ts. 1883 
Smith, G. Assyrian eponym canon 

Hist, from mon'm'ts: Assyria. 1876. . . 

History of Babylonia 

History of Esarhaddon. 1880 

Vaux. Hist, from mon'm'ts: Persia. 1876 
Xenophon. Cyropaedia; tr. by Watson. . 

Exp. of Cyrus; tr. by Watson. 1867. . 

For Eng. readers; by Grant. 1871. . . . 

111. of Exp. of Cyrus; by Renncll 

Xerxes. History; by Abbott. 1867 



935 X 

935 4 

935 5 

935 15 

935 10 

935 B 

935 13 

935 " 

935 9 

935 19 

935 18 

935 20 

935 B-i 

♦923.6 \ 



MONUMENTS.— REMAINS.— EXPLORA- 
TIONS. 

BoNOMi. Nineveh. 1875 9I5'6 118 

Buckingham. Trav's, Mesopotamia. 2 v. 915.6 loi 

Buried City of the East 915*6 119 

Chesney. Survey, Euphrates and Tigris 

2 V. 1850 915*6 B-io 

Evans. Essay on Assyriology. 1883 493 13 

Fergusson. Palaces of Nineveh, etc 7221 

Fletcher. Two y'rs at Nineveh. 2 v. 915.6104 

FoRSTER. Monum'ts of Assyria, etc 493 3 

Eraser. Mesopotamia, etc. 1S42 915.6 103 

Layard. Discoveries; Nineveh. 1852. 915. 6 114 

Nineveh; remains. 1849. 2 v 915.6 III 

Ruins of Nineveh. 1853 915*6 113 

LoFTUS. Travels in Chaldea, etc. 1857. .915.6 106 
Myers. Remains of Lost Empires. 1875. 915.6 no 
Newman. Palaces of Babylon. 1876. .915.6 116 
Porter. Travels; Georgia, Persia, etc. 

1821. 2 V 915.6 B-8 

Records of the past. I2v 893 2 

Rich. Journey to. Babylon. i8n 915.6x17 

Residence, Koordistan. 1826. 2 v. . .915.6 152 

Sayce. Babylonian literature. 1878 893 24 

Schrader. Cuneiform inscript's and Old 

Test. V. I. 1885 893 50 

S.MITH, G. Assyrian discoveries. 1875.. 915. 6 115 

Chaldean account of Genesis 893 z6 

Same; rev. by Sayce 893 i6|i 

Hist. Sennacherib. 1878 893 B-i 

SOC. ROYALE DES ANTIQ. DU NORD. Mem. 57I 2$ 

Vaux. Nineveh and Persepolis. 1851.. 935 7 



>ND. Early kings of Persia. 1832. 935 6 

• For young 



ANCIENT STATES OF ASIA 

MINOR. 

Barker. Lares and Penates (Cilicia). . . . 939 i 
Benjamin. Troy '939 4 

readers. 



8 



THE ANXIENT WORLD.— ASIA MINOR. ETC. 



.938 39 

938 92 

880 4 

938 24 



938 84 
938 18 



Davis. Anatolica. 1874 915-6 i37 

Fellows. Travels, Asia Minor. 1852. 91 5. 6 100 
Hamilton. Researches, Asia Minor. 2 v. 915.6 92 
Nbwton. Travels in Levant. 1865. 2v. 914.12 B-3 

ScHLiEMAN. Ilios. 1871-1879 91 5-6 146 

Troja. i88i *. 915.6 164 

Troy and its remains. 1875 915.6 126 

Texier and Pi llan. Principal ruins of 

Asia Minor. 1865 722 T-3 

Witt. The Trojan War. 1884 *939 6 

Wood. Discoveries at Ephesus. 1877. 915.6 B-5 



ANCIENT GREECE. 

HISTORY. 

Alcibiadks. Hist.; par Houssaye. 2 v.. 93866 
Alexander, the gnat. Hist. ; by Abbott . *923.6 8 

History; by Rufus. 1821. 2 v 923.6 6 

ARCHiEOLOG. Inst. OF America. Papers. 93887 
Arrian. Hist. Ale.xander's Exp.; tr. by 

Rooke. 1814. 2 v 938 107 

Same; tr. by Chinnock. 1884 938 109 

Blackie. Horx Hellenicce. 1874 880 17 

Brief history of Greece. 1883 *938 90 

BuLWER. Athens. 1837. 2 v 938 53 

Clinton. Fasti Hellenici. 1834. 3v..t938B-2 
Cox. General history of Greece. 1876. . *938 49 

Same ♦938 70 

Greeks and Persians. 1876 938 51 

History Persian War. 1875 *938 52 

Athenian Empire. 1876 938 50 

Greek Statesmen. 1885 *923.6 20 

Curteis. Macedonian Empire. 1877... 938 56 
CURTIUS. History of Greece. 1874. 5 v. 
Duncker. Hist. Greece. 1883. v. i.. 
Felton. Greece, ancient, modern. 2 v. 
FiNLEY. Greece under the Romans. 1857. 

Fyffe. History of Greece. 1877 938 68 

Gillies. Hist, of Greece. 1814. 4v... 938 2 
Gladstone. Homer and Homeric Age. 

1858. 3 V 883 I 

Juventus Mundi. 1869 938 26 

Goldsmith. Hist. Greece. 1826. 2 v. 938 6 
Grote. Hist, of Greece. 1856. 12 v. . 938 27 

Hack. Grecian stories *938 20 

Herodotus. Books vi., vii. ; Merriam, ed. 930 66 

Story of Persian War; Church *935 21 

History of Greece. 1829 938 19 

Journal of Hellenic Studies. i88o-'84. 5 v. 
Keightley. History of Greece. 1848.. 
McCullagh. Industrial history free na- 
tions: Greeks. 1846 609 i 

Mbnzies. Lives of Greek Heroines '938 45 

MiTFORD. History Greece. 1823. 8 v. 938 8 

♦ For yound^ readers. 



MiJLLER. Attica and Athens. 1842 93 

History Doric race. 1839. 2 v 93 

Nepos. Lives of commanders; trans.... 937 
Pkriclks. Age of ; by Lloyd. 1875. 2 v.. 9: 
Philip of Macedon, Hist. ; by Leland. . . 938 
PococKE, ^/ <?/. Early hist. Greece. 185 1. 93 
Sankey. Spartan and Theban suprema- 
cies 93 

Sewei.l. First history of Greece *93 

Smith. History of Greece. 1S70 *93 

Smaller history of Greece. 1881 *938 

Stackhouse. Epitome of history 93I 

Talbot. Greece and the Greeks. 188 1. 93I 
Thirlwall. Hist, of Greece. 1845. 2 v. 93I 
Thucydidks. Peloponnesian war; tr. by 

Hobbes 19! 

Same; trans, by Smith. 1836 938 

Same; trans, by Bloomfield. 1829. 3 v. 938 
Same; trans, by Jowett. 1881. 2v. .. 938 

Maps and plans to illustrate 938 

TiMAYKMS. Greece, time of Homer 93) 

History of Greece. 1881. 2 v 93I 

Vaux. Greek cities, etc., Asia Minor 93I 

Willson. Mosaics, Grecian hist. 1883.. 93I 

Wordsworth. Greece. 1868 931 

Xenophon. Agesilaus i 

History; trans, by Smith 9 

YONCE. Aunt Charlotte's stories. 1881. *93 
Young folks' history of Greece. 1878.. *93 



INSTITUTIONS AND CUSTOMS. 

Becker. Charicles; life of Greeks. 1866. 3 

Freeman. Hist. fed. gov't, v. i: Greek. 3a 
Guhl and Koner. Life of Greeks and 

Romans. 1875 3 

Heeren. Politics of Greece. 1824 3 

Hermann. Political antiq. of Greece. ... 93 

Mahafky. Social life in Greece. 1877.. 3 

St. John. The Hellenes. 1844. 3v 3 

Schomann. Antiq. of G.: The state. ... 93 
Wachsmitth. Historical antiq. of Greeks: 

^Political. 2 V 93 

Xknophon. On the Lacedemonian and 

Athenian governments i 



GEOGRAPHY.-ANTIQUITIES.— REMAi 

Anthon. Classical dictionary, i860... J93 

Grecian antiquities J93 

Barthelemv. Travels of Anacharsis. 

2 V 91 

Chandler and Revett. Ionian antiq. . . 722 
Dyer. Ancient Athens. 1873 938 

X For reference. 



ROME AND THE ROMAN WORLD. 



9 



Greece and Rome 938 R-2 

Itinerary of Greece. 1806 914.12 K~io 

T. Classical gazetteer. 1851.... {912 26 
►MENOS. Nfonum'ts of Athens.. .914.12 70 

Northern Greece. 1835. 4 v... 914.12 52 

K>nnesiaca. 1846 914.12 56 

graphy of Athens. 1821 938 76 

. 2ci edition. 1841. 2 v 938 77 

s to same 938 R-i 

lERE. Classical dictionary ^93 8 65 

TY. Classical antiquities 938 69 



Olympia: Discoveries at. Reference list; 

by Foster, v. i 1655 

Pausanias. Description of Greece. 3 v. 912 23 
Potter. Archxologia Gnvca. 1722. 2 v. J938 58 

Same; ed. by Anthon. 1825 J938 96 

ScHLiEMANN. Mycenoe. 1878 914.12 B-9 

Smith, ed. Diet. Gr. and Rom. antiq. . . ^938 62 

Same: rev. by Anthon. 1850 ^938 63 

Diet. Gr. and Rom. geog. 1854. 2 v.. . t9i2 27 

TozKR. Classical geography. 1877 912 29 

[Sec, also, under " Modem Greece." | 



OME AND THE ROMAN WORLD. 



ETRUSCAN ANTIQUITIES. 

u Cities, cemeteries, Etruria. 2 v. 937 105 

Hist, of Etruria. 1843. 2 v . . . 937 79 

y. Etruscan inscriptions. 1872.. 937 107 

I. Etruscan researches. 1874 . . . 937 19 



:GAL AND REPUBLICAN ROME. 

History; trans, by J. D. 1694. 937 B-3 
History of Rome. 1871. 3 v. . 937 108 



ater commonwealth. 1882. 2v... 937 147 

}^ et al. Roman republic. 1852. . 937 74 

Civil and const, hist. Rome. 2 v. 937 48 

Gracchi, Marius, etc. 1877 937 117 

£. Rome to A. D, 96 937 86 

Commentarii de belloGallico. . . 937 172 

lentaries (trans.) 937 169 

937 170 

ing. readers; by Trollope 937 171 

ry ; by Abbott. 1869 *923.6 14 

ire; par DeLamartine 923.6 13 

ire; par Napoleon III 937 50 

to same 937 R-2 

1846 923.6 12 

by Froude. 1879 937 122 

937 123 

937 124 

The kings of Rome. 1868 937 13 

Its. Abridg^'t of hist. ; trans... 937 174 
jx. The Roman republic. 5 v. . 937 14 

Roman histor\'. 3 v 937 3 

Early Rome. 1876 93783 

y of Rome. 1877. 5 v 937 141 

Maps of Caesar's Gallic war. . . 937 C-i 
xy. History of Rome. 1848.. 937 11 
1 of republic. Reference list ; by 

tr. V. 2 16 55 

Jps of Hannibal. 1866. 2v... 937 52 
Credibility of early Roman his- 

1855- 2 V 937 118 

• For young readers 



LiDDELL. History of Rome. 1878 *937 104 

Same. 1855. 2v 937 154 

Livy. Books xxi.-xxv. ; tr. by Church 

and Brodribb. 1883 *937 167 

■ For English readers; by Collins 937 168 

i Hist. Rome; tr. by Baker. 1822. 6 v. 937 54 

Stories from; by Church. 1883 *937 150 

Long. Decline of republic. 1864. 5 v. . . 937 iii 

M^RIM^E. Etudes sur I'hist. romaine. . . 937 99 

Roman triumvirate. 1876. . 937 73 

Roman republic. 1847 937 158 

History of Rome. 1864. 4 v. 937 60 

Regal Rome. 1852 937 78 

History of Rome. 1835. 2 v. 937 9 
General hist.; tr. by Hamp- 
ton. 2 V 937 B-i 

Romulus. Hist.; by Abbott. 1868. . . *923.6 10 
Salu;st, Florus, Paterculus; trans, by 

Watson 937 175 

Smith. Smaller hist. Rome. 1874 *937 152 



Merivale. 

MiCHELET. 
MOMMSEN. 

Newman. 

Niebuhr. 
Poly HI us. 



1 i-^ 



THE ROMAN EMPIRE. 

Agriitina. Life; by De Vere. 1870... 923.6 5 
Ammianus. Roman hist.; tr. by Yonge. 937 173 
Antoninus, Marcus A. Life; by Watson. 937 159 
Arnold, et al. Roman empire. 2 v. . . . 937 75 
Belisarius. Life; by Stanhope. 1832. .923.6 i8 
Browne. Rome, A. D. 96 to the fall . . . 937 87 

Capes. The early empire. 1876 937 84 

Roman empire, 2d century 937 85 

Congrkvk. Empire of the west. 1855 . 937 82 
Constantink, the great; by Cutts. i88i. 937 128 
Crevier. Roman emperors. 1814. 5 v. 937 22 

De Quincev. The Civsars. 1851 937 98 

Gibbon. Decline and fall of empire. 6 v. 937 31 

Same. 7 v 937 41 

Same. 4 v 937 37 

Same. 8 v 937 129 

Student's hist. ; abr. by Smith *937 77 

* For reference. 



10 



ROME AND THE ROMAN WORLD. 



Hertzberg. Des Kaiserreiches. 1880. 937 157 
HoDGKii^s. Italy and her invaders. 2 v. 937 126 

HuiDEKOPER. Judaism at Rome 296 27 

JuuAN. Emperor; by Rendall. 1879 . . 270 55 
Keightley. Hist, of the empire. 1848.. 937 12 

Lyman. Roman emperors. 1850. 2v 937 27 

Merivale. Romans under the emp. 7 v. 937 66 
Montesquieu. Grandeur et decadence 

des Romains 840 89 

Same; English translation 937 146 

Nero. Hist. ; by Abbott. 1868 *923.6 17 

SiSMONDi. Fall of the empire. 1834. 2 v. 937 139 
Suetonius. Lives of twelve Caesars; tr. 

by Thomson 937 157 

Tacitus. Agricola; tr. by Church and 

Brodribb. 1882 937 163 

Annals; ed. by Frost. 1872 937 160 

Same; tr. by Church and Brodribb. i882.*937 161 
For English readers; by Donne. 1875. 937 166 
History; tr. by Church and Brodribb . .*937 162 

Works; Oxford trans. 1858. 2 v ^937 164 

Trajan. Colonna 937 R-i 



Montesquieu. Politiqiie des Romaias. . 
Rydberg. . Roman days. 1879 < 



GENERAL HISTORY OF ROME. 

Bonner. Child's history of Rome. 2 v. ^937 89 
Clinton. Epitome of chronol. 1852... 937 156 
Creighton. Hist. Rome. (Primer.). . . . *937 88 
DuRUY. Hist. Rome. v. 1-5. 1883. . . 937 B-5 
Goldsmith. History Rome. 1821. 2 v. 937 i 
Hertzberg. Hellas und Rome. 2 v. . . 937 29 
History of Rome. (I^rdner's cab. cyclop.) 

1833. 2 V 937 137 

Laing. Heroes of the seven hills *937 loi 

Leighton. History of Rome. 1883 937 149 

Lord. Old Roman world. 1867 937 81 

Merivale. General hist. Rome. 1875.. *937 64 

Same *937 103 

NiEBUHR. Lect's on hist, of Rome. 3 v. 937 6 

Sewell. Child's first history *937 116 

YoNGK. Aunt Charlotte's stones. 1877. *937 qi 

Young folks' history. 1879 *937 121 



INSTITUTIONS AND CUSTOMS. 

Arnold. Roman provincial administr'n. . 342.3 i ! 
Becker. Gallus; Roman scenes. 1866.. 391 7 
Church. Roman life; days of Cicero... 937 153 
Eliot. Hist, of liberty: Romans. 2 v.. 32448 

Same: Early Christians. 2 v 324 50 

Liberty of Rome. 1849. 2v 93720 

Elliot. Pictures of old Komc. 1882. . . 937 icx) 
GUHL and KoNKR. Life of (irccks and 

Romans. 1875 391 4 ' 

* I'or young readeni. 



MONUMENTS.— REMAINS.— EXPU 

TIONS. 

Adams. Pompeii, Herculaneom. 1870.. 9 
Anthon. Manual, Roman antiq. 1851.. \ 
BojESEN. Manual, Gr. and Rom. antiq. . \ 
Burgess. Antiq. of Rome. 1831. 3t. .9 

Same 9 

Burn. Rome and the Campagna. 1876. 9ii 
Cameron. Baths of the Romans. 1775. 7 

Carta antichita di Roma. 1805 91^ 

Catacombs. Reference list; by Foster, t 2 

Clarke. Plan of ancient Rome 914. 

Clarke. Pompeii. 1849. 2 y 9 

Dyer, ed, Pompeii. 1867 9 

Eaton. Rome in 19th Century. 3 t. ... 9 
Eustace. Classical tour. 1802. 2 t. . . 
Forbes. Rambles in Rome. 1882. . . .914 

FoRMBY. Ancient Rome. 1880 2 

Fuss. Roman antiquities. 1840 

Gell. Pompeiana. 1835. 2 v 9 

Hare. Days near Rome. 1875. 2V...9 

Walks in Rome. 1871. 2y 9 

Same. I v 914 

Hemans. Hist, and monum'tal Rome. . . 9 

Kennett. Antiquities of Rome 

Kip. Catacombs of Rome. 1854 

LuMiSDEN. Antiquities of Rome. 1812..91. 

Pompeii and Naples. Maps 91. 

Monnier. Wonders of Pompeii. ^870. *9 
Murray. Handb'k of Rome. 1881. . .914 
NORTIICOTE and Brownlow. Roma sot- 

terranea. 1869. 2v 91 

Parker. Archaeology of Rome. P*t 6: 

Via Sacra. 1883 c 

P't 7: Colosseum. 1876 ^ 

P't 8: Aqueducts. 1876 c 

P't 11: Church decorations. 1876 9 

P't 12: Catacombs. 1877 c 

Architectural hist, of Rome. 1881 

Plan of ancient Rome 91 

Ramsay. Roman antiquities. 1855.... 
Rich. Diet. Rom. and Gr. antiq. 1874. 

Roma antica. Plan. 1801 91 

Taylor and Cresy. Architectural an- 
tiquities of Rome. 1821. 2 v ; 

Wklls. Amphitheatres of Rome. 1883. . 

Wry. Rome 91. 

WiLKiNs. Classical antiq. (Primer.) 1878. 
Wyttenbach. Roman antiq. of Treves. . < 
[See, also, under " Italy."] 
X For reference. 



THE MEDIAEVAL WORLD. 



11 



THE MEDIAEVAL WORLD. 



[ISTORY AND DESCRIPTION. 

Mediaeval civilization. 1883.... 30941 

Y. Great cities, middle ages. 1853. 940 32 

Mediaeval Popes, etc. 1854. 4 V. 94373 

I. Beginnings of middle ages . . . 940 102 

The Western Empire, 800-1519. 

940 B-5 

Scenes and characters of middle 

ts. 187a 271 10 

Germanischen -und Romanischen 

Ucer. 1881. 2 V 940 127 

JC. Europe, middle ages. 1833. 4 v. 940 123 
4]tT. And his times; bySt.Leger. 3 v. 904 12 

' Froissart; ed, by Lanier *940 28 

nicies 940 B-i 

es of dark ages. 1846 940 31 

. Heroes of hist, and legend. 1880. *940 29 
M. Europe, middle ages. 1877. 3 v. 940 108 

i. 1824. 2v 940 III 

t, abridged (student's) 940 113 

>N. Normans in Europe. 1878. . . 940 107 
LL£ aW Froissart. Stories from. '940 104 

£Y. Roman and Teuton 940 23 

EN. World in middle ages. 1854. 912 R-i 
[X. Life in the middle ages. 1874. 322 B-i 

lers, etc., middle ages. 1876 392 B-i 

kf. Civilization in 5th century. 2 v. 309 21 
rsoN. State of Europe to i6th 

itnry. 1825 946 28 

JID. Fall of Rome and rise of 

w nationalties 940 26 

Studies in mediaeval history 940 129 

X. Child-life in Europe. 1874. .♦940 105 
Landmarks of history. P't 2. . . *940 33 
>ee also under " Europe, General History.*'] 



lLRY.— ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD. 

x. The Knights Templars 

I Spur. 1882 

m. Age of chivalry 

Orders of Knighthood. 1858.. 
L- Order of the Garter. 1757.. 

Broad stone of honor. 1876. 5 v. 

P*t 3. Morus. 1848 

x. Origincs patriciae. 1846. . . . 

History of chivalry. 1831 

Hospitallers in England 



271 


13 


♦322 


3 


*873 


15 


322 


6 


322 


7 


322 


15 


322 


10 


322 


5 


322 


13 


271 


12 



KoTTENKAMP. Hist. chivalry and armor. 
Mills. Hist, of chivalry. 1826. 2 v. . 
Nicolas. Orders of knighthood. 4 v. . . 
Porter. Knights of Malta. 1858. 2 v. 
Stebbing. Hist, of chivalry. 1830. 2 v. 
Sutherland. Knights of Malta. 2 v. . 
TowNSEND. Sea-kings of Mediterranean. 

Vertot. Knights Hospitallers. 5 v 

WooDHOUSE. Orders of the middle ages. 



322 R-2 

322 I 

322 R-3 

271 45 
322 II 

271 19 
•271 21 

271 14 
271 44 



RISE OF ISLAM. 

Gibbon. The Saracen empire 

Haroun Alraschid. Life; by Palmer. . 
Hutton. Tales of the Saracens. 1871.. 

Lane. Arabian society, middle ages 

Mahomet. And his successors; by Irving 

Same. 1866 

And Islam; by Muir. 1884 

Life. 1802 

Life; by Bush. 1831 

Life; by Green. 1840 

Life; by Muir. 1877 

Speeches and table-talk 

Mills. Hist. Mohammedanism. 1818.. 

Muir. The early caliphate. 1883 

OcKLEY. History Saracens. • 1878 

OsBORN. Islam under the Arabs. 1876. 

Islam under Khalifs of Baghdad. 1878. 
Smith. Mohammed and Mohammedanism 
Stobart. Islam and its founder. 1877. 
Taylor. Hist. Mohammedanism. 1834. 



297 21 

297 28 

♦297 22 

395 4 

297 5 
297 7 

297 35 
297 9 

297 10 

297 II 

297 23 

297 31 
297 I 

297 32 

297 34 
297 26 
297 25 
297 16 
297 19 
297 12 



THE CRUSADES. 

Bloss. Heroines of Crusades. 1881 940.1 21 

Cox. The Crusades. 1874 940.1 17 

Gibbon. The Crusades. 1870 940.1 19 

Gray. Children's crusade. 1870 *940.i 18 

Hutton. Heroes of Crusades. i869..*940.i 15 

Keightley. The Crusaders. 1859 *940.i 14 

KuGLER. Geschichte der KreuzzUge 940. X 20 

Michaud. Hist, des croisades. 1825. 6 v. 940.1 i 

History crusades. 1852. 3 v 940.I Ii 

Mills. History crusades. 1820. 2 v.. 940.1 7 

Proctor. History crusades. 1869 *940.i 9 

KiQWAKD of DeviseSy et al. Chronicles. .. 940. 1 10 
Sybel. Hist, and lit. crusades. 1861. . . 940.I 16 



♦ For younfif readers. 



12 



THK MODERN WORLD, 



THE MODERN WORLD. 



(;eneral history. 

'Arnold. Lect's on modern hist. 1845.. (>o4 5 
CocHRANK. Historical studies. 1870. 2 v. 904 10 
Cist. Annals of wars, iSth cent'y. 5 v. 940 92 

Annals of wars, 19th cent'y. 1862. 4 v. 940 114 
EwALi). Last century of histor>-. 1S68. ^902 7 

Gkorck. (lenealogfical tables. 1875 ^929 27 

Heath. Historic landmarks 904 44 

Hodder. Cities of the world. 1882. 3 v. 913 B-42 

Lucas, Secularia. 1862 904 2 

Mackenzie. The 19th century. iS3o. . 940 iiS 
MiCHELET. Summary of modern history. 940 19 
Miller. Retrospect of i8th cent. 2 v. . 940 44 
ScHLEtJKi.. Lect's on modern hist. 1S62. 904 6 
ScHLOSskR. Hist. i8th cent'y. 1843. 8 v. 94083 

Shippen. Naval battles. 1883 359 9 

Smyth. Lect's on modern hist. 1854. 2 v. 904 3 

Strickland. True stories *94o loi 

Taylor. Student's manual, mod. hist. . . 940 17 

TuRNBiLL. World we live in. 1852 913 iiS 

YoNGE, C. M. Landmarks of hist. pt. 3. *940 41 

Landmarks of recent history *940 134 

Yonge, C. I). Three cent's of mod. hist. 940 40 
[Sec, also, under " Universal History."] 



GENERAL STATISTICS.— VEAR-1500KS. 

—ALMANACS. 

Almanach dc Gotha. i879-*85. 10 v. . . . ^310 4 
Annual Register. 175 2-1884. 129 v . . . J52 r-2 
Appleton's annual cyclop. 1861-84. 24 v. J31 17 
Block,' td. Annuaire de I'economie poli- 
tique. 1880-1884. 3v J314 44 

Bi'RRiTT. Year-book of nations. 1863. . 310 8 

Daniel. L' annee politique. 1884 J905 15 

Great Britain. Parliam't. Statistical ab- 
stract; foreig^n. i88o-'83. 5 v J310 5 

Same: colonies, etc. i88o-'83. 5 v. . . X'h^o -j 

History of the year. 1882 J905 14 

MULHAI.L. Progress of world. 1880 t3i3 3 

Balance-sheet of world. 1870-1880 . . . ^313 4 ; 

Notes on government surveys. 1882 913 192 

Seaman. Progress of nations. 1852.... 313 i ; 

Statesman's year-book. i874-'85. 10 v. J313 2 ' 

Statistical Soc. London. Journal. 46 V. 310 6 

Times register of events. i879-'84. 5 v. J314 17 

Walford. Famines of world. 1879 310 3 

Whittaker's Almanac. i879-'85. 8v ^314 40 

Wilson. Resources mod. countries. 2 v. ^310 i , 

• For younf? readers. 



(;ENERAL EXPLORATION.— a 

TURE. 

Adams, H. C. Traveller's tales. 1883. 
. Adams, \V. H. I). Shore and sea. 188; 
; Anson. Voyage round the world. 174S 

Beech KY. Voyage. 1825-28 

Belchkr. Voyage, M. M. S. Sulphu 
i836-'42. 2 v 

Ca.mI'BELL. Log-letters from Challenge 

Circumnavigation of globe. 1836 

Cook, Capt. J. Life; by Kingston 

Cook /i«//Kln(;. Voyage to Pacific. 4 

D'Anvers. Early exploration. 1SS4.. 

Darwin. Voyage of the Beagle 

What Mr. 1). saw 

Davis. Voyages and works. 2 v 

Denis, et al. True Robinson Crusoes . . 

Drake, E. C. Voyages and travels. I77< 

Drake, .SY/F. Life; by Barrow. 1843. 
World encompassed by. 1854 

Drake, Cavendish, Damimek, Lives. 

Elwes. Ocean and her rulers. 1854. . 

FK(>sr. Modern explorers. 1882 

Galvano. Discoveries of the world .... 
Gii.Liss. U. S. Astronom. exped. 3 v. 
(iiLMAN. Talcs of pathfinders. 18S4. . 
(iooDRK'H. Man upon the sea. 1S5S. . 

Great shipwrecks. 1 844-1 877 

Hale, /•</. Stories of adventure. 1881. 

Stories of discovery. 1883 

Stories of the sea. 1 8S0 

1 1 awkksworth . Voyages of Byron , et , 

1773. 3 V 

Hawkins. Voyages. 1878 

Henry, the Navi}^ato}\ Prificc. Life; b 

Major. 1868 

Heroic adventure. 1SS2 

Ingersoll. Old ocean. 1883 

Jones. Capt. C'ook's three voyages. . . . 
Kerr. Coll. of voyages. 1824. iS v. 
Kingsley. Tales of old travel. 1869. . 
Lancaster. Voyages to East Indies. . . 
I^AY.soN. Shipwrecks of 19th cent. 18S1 
Lee. Cruise of the Dolphin. 1854. . . . 
LocKMAN. Travels of the Jesuits. 2 v. 

Low. Tales of old ocean. 1S69 

Macailay. Sea pictures 

Macki.i.an. First voyage; Stanley. <•/. . 
Markham. Sea fathers. 1884 

* For reference. 



THE MODERN WORLD.— EXPLORATION, ETC. 



13 



.. Celebrated voyages, etc. 20 v. 913 58 
lEFK. Young adventurers. 188 1. ♦go 177 

XL. Voyage. 1829-1831 913 107 

iges to South Sea. 1822-183T 913 98 

£Y. Naturalist on the Challenger. 508 23 

ic shipwrecks *9i3 149 

I the deep 913 150 

; ed. Voyages of Elizab'an seamen 913 175 
SB. Voyage round the world. 3 v. 913 88 
RTOX. Coll. of voyages. 1808. 17V. 913 B-9 
)LDs. Vojrage of the Potomac. 1834. 913 loi 

JLDSON. Boat voyages. 1884 913 197 

is. Cruising round the world. 1708. 913 82 
ZER. Circumavigation by Novara. 

^59- 3 ▼ 508 B-5 

ific results of voyage of Challenger. 

IV 508 R-i 

SBY, W. Life; by Jackson. 1 861. 926.2 28 

. Capt, J. True travels, etc. 2 v. 913 80 

Cruise of the Challenger. 1877.. 913 128 

iiT. Ocean wave. 1883 .*9I3 193 

>R. Voyage of the Columbia. 2 v. 913 131 
AS. Voyage to South Seas. 1745. 913 87 
SON. Voyage of the Challenger. 2 v. 508 20 

E. Adventures of Drake *9I3 184 

;ellan. 1880 *9I3 163 

a^es of Vasco da (iama. 1878.... *9i3 156 
»tVKR. Voyage to N. Pacific, etc. 

■95. 6 V 913 91 

. Exploration of world. 1879. 3 v. 911 5 

e and venture *9i 3157 

es by Dutch E. India Co. 1703... 913 56 

K of Vasco da Gama 913 153 

» round the world. 1843 913 57 

PER. The sea. 4 v *9io B-i 

a. U. .S. expl. exped. 1842. 5 v. 913 R-2 

so, under** The New World" and "The Island 
World."] 



EXTENSIVE TRAVELS. 

, N. Under the mizzen mast *9i3 141 

R. C. On board the " Rocket ".*9i3 164 

RTH, ed. In every clime 913 B-35 

way round *9i 3 1 58 

Due West. 1884 913 194 

.VN. An actor's tour. 1885 913 200 

Over new and old ground 913 195 

/. Illustrated travels. 2 v 913 B-33 



Bekhi.kr. Cruise of the "Brooklyn '*.. . 913 199 

Bell. Other countries. 1872. 2 v 913 125 

Bln(;lev. Modern travels. 1823. 6 v.. 913 165 

Brassev. Around the world. 1878 913 154 

Brooks. Up and down. 1872 913 114 

Bi'TLER. Far out. 1880 913 174 

Carnecik. Round the world. 1884. . . . 913 196 

Cleveland. Voyages. 1850 913 133 

Coffin. Our new way round. 1876 *9i3 iii 

Same. 1869. 2 v *9i3 1 10 

CoLTON. Deck and port, i860 913 134 

CooTE. Wanderings S. and E. 1882... 913 179 
CUMMINC. Hebrides to Himalayas. 2 v. 913 180 
Curtis. Dottings round the circle. 1876. 913 127 
Dana. Two years before the mast. 1880. *9I3 121 
Delano. Voyages and travels. 1817... 913 100 

DiLKE. Greater Britain. 1866 913 140 

Dlxon. Fore and aft. 1883 *9I3 191 

FANNhNc. Voyages round the world. 1833. 913 102 
(]erstaecker. Round the world. 1854. *9I3 loS 
Helm.s. Pioneering Far East. 1882.... 913 178 
IIlnes. Voyage round the world. 1850. 913 105 

Keane. On blue water. 1883 913 190 

KEATiNd. With (Jen. (Irant. 1879 913 161 

Klnc.slev. Round the world. 1870. 2 v. 913 129 

KiRBY. World at home. 1870 *9I3 122 

I.ANGSDORIK. Voyagcs, ctc. 1803-07.. 91397 

Lucv. East by West. 1885. 2 v 913 201 

MacO.wock. Tenncssean abroad. 1854. 913 137 

Mateaix. Peeps abroad *9i3 183 

Pkeikfek. Lady's second journey. 1856. 913 138 

Round the world. 1868 *9I3 159 

IMnoEoN. Engineer's holiday. 1882. 2 v. 913 185 

Prime. Around the world. 1872 913 189 

Pi'MPELLY. .Across Am. and Asia. 1870. 913 124 

Rai'ELJE. Excursions, etc. 1834 913 116 

RocKWEiL. Sketches of travel. 1842... 913 117 

Russell. My watch below. 1882 913 182 

Seward. Around the world. 1873 913 109 

Simpson. Meeting the sun. 1874 913 106 

Smiles. Round the world by a boy. 1872. *9i3 115 
TiLLEY. Japan. A moor and Pacific, i860. 913 123 
Train. Am. merchant in Europe, ctc. . . 913 135 

Travels at home. 1816. 2v *9i3 146 

Vassar. Twenty y'rs around the world. . 913 120 
Ward. Let'rs from three contin'ts. 1851. 913 139 

Warren. Dust and foam. 1859 913 119 

Wood. Wandering sketches. 1849 913 136 

Young. Around the world with Grant. 2V.913 B-27 



* For younf^ readers. 



14 



EUROPE. 



EUROPE. 



PREHISTORIC. 

Dawkins. Cave hunting. 1874 57^ 6 

Geikie. Prehistoric Europe. 1881 57147 

Prichard. East'n origin of Celtic nations. 49C 3 
Rau. Early man in Europe. 1876 571 B-i 



GENERAL HISTORY. 

Alison. Epitome of history of Europe.. 940 132 
History of Europe. 1789-1815. 20 v. 94054 
History of Europe. 181 5-1852. 4 v. . 940 50 
Bryce. Holy Roman empire, to 1866. . . 940 27 
Cochrane. Historic pictures. 1865. 2 v. 940 81 
Dyer. Hist, modem Europe. 1857. 4 v. 940 i 
Edgar. Nations of mod. Europe. 1864. *940 20 

Europe and the allies. 1855 940 80 

Fitzgerald. Kings of Europe. 1870. . 940 91 
Freeman. Gen. sketch of Europ'n hist. . *940 18 
Historical geog. of Europe. 1 881. 2 v. 911 8 
History of Europe (Primer). 1876. . . .*940 106 
Fyffe. Hist, modem Europe, v. I. 1880. 940 120 
GuizoT. Hist, of civilization. 1861. 4 v. 940 13 

Halsev. Genealog. chart of rulers 940 C-i 

Hennedert. Europe sous les armes. 1884. 355 26 
Holland. Foreign reminiscences. 1851. '940 79 
Johnstone. Historical abstracts. 1880. 940 119 
Koch. Revolutions in Europe. 1836. . . 940 12 

Lamb. Warrior kings. 1883 *940 131 

Latham. Nationalities of E. 1863. 2 v. 9408 

Lord. From Luther to Napoleon *940 103 

Menziks. History of Europe 940 30 

MiJLLER. Pol. hist, of recent times 940 130 

Nichol. Tables of history, etc., etc. . . .^902 B-2 
Payne. Hist. European Colonies. 1878. 325 15 
Praet. Pol. hist. 15th, i6th, 17th cent's. 940 35 
Raumer. Hist. i6th, 17th cent's. 2 v. . 940 37 
Russell.. Hist, modern Europe. 3v... 940 5 
Secret history of Europe. 1 71*2. 2 v. . . . 940 21 
Taylor. Revolutions, etc. 1843. 2 v. 940 10 

Temple. Works. 4 v 940 97 

TiLLOTSON. Stories of wars. 1 574-1658. 94034 
Voltaire. Annals of the empire. 3 v. . 840 30 | 

Annales do I'empire 840 140 

Wilson. Private diary. 1812-14. 2 v. 940 76 
Wright. Womankind in Western Europe 

to 17th century. i86g 394 5 



GENERAL POLITICS AND DIPLOMACY. 

Argyll. The eastern question. 2 v. . . . 327.2 3 
Berlin, Treaty of. 1878. (Text.) 42 B-3 

* For young readers. 



Bernard. Lect's on diplomacy. 1868.. 
BuRLiNGAME, ed. International politics. . 
Demombynes. Constitutions europeen- 

nes. 1881. 2v y 

Diplomatic Review. 1855. 2 v. in i. ... 3a; 

Same. 1856-77. v. 3-25 327] 

Duff. Studies in E. politics. 1866 9 

Elements of unity in S. E. Europe. Ref- 
erence list; by Foster, v. 2 

Frost. Secret soc's of the European revo- 
lutions. 1 776-1876. 2 v 3 

Gentz. Europe before and after Fr. rev. 9 
Heeren. Political system of E. 1846. . 9 
Hkrtslet. E. by treaty. 1814-75. 3 v. 941 
Holland. European concert in Elastem 

question; treaties, etc. 1885 

Kemble, ed. State papers, etc. 1688-1714. 9 
May. Democracy in Europe. 1878. 2v, 3 

Paris, Treaty of. 1856. (Text.) 4! 

Pradt. After cong. of Aix-la-Chapelle. . 9 



GENERAL GEOGRAPHY.— GUIDE-BO 

Appleton. European guide book. 2 v. 914 

Bradshaw. General guide. 1862 914 

Loomis. Index guide. 1882 914 

Moberly. Geog. of S. Europe. 1881.. 91 

Morford. Short-trip guide. 1874 9I4I 

Same. 1875 914 

Murray. Hand-book, i860 914 

Reclus. The earth and its inhabitants. 

Pt. 5: Europe. 1882. 5v 91, 

Rudler and Chlsholm. Europe. 1885. 91 

Satchel g^ide. 1872 914 

Same. 1880 914 

Same. 1881 914 

Smyth. The Mediterranean. 1854 91 

Taylor, ed. Picturesque Europe. 3 v. . 91^ 

Tk.mplk et al. The Mediterranean 91. 

WiNSLOW. Children's fairy geography. .♦91 



GENERAL EUROPEAN TRAVEL. 

Abbott. Rollo's tour 'o 

Aldrich. Ponkapog to Pesth. 1883.... 91 
Beacon SFi eld, Earl of. Home letters. 

1830-1831 91 

Bellows. Old world in its new face. 2 v. 9 
Benedict. Run through Europe, i860. 9 

Book of travels. 1871 *. 9 

Bryant. Letters of a traveler. 1855.... 9 

X For reference. 



EUROPE. — GENERAL TRAVEL. 



15 



914 57 

914 5 
914 21 

914 82 

914 61 



Sights and sensations. 1869. . 914 80 
u>. Two mo's in Europe. 1879. 914 115 

WORTH. Zigzag journeys '024901 

r. First years in Europe. 1866. 914 56 
I and thoughts in Europe. 1852 . . 
. Letters from Europe. 1827. 2 v. 

NC. A ph3rsician's vacation 

s. Cruise of the ' ' North Star " . . 
. Eleven w'ks in Europe. 1852. 
s, ("Mark Twain.") Innocents 

oad 914 15 

914 16 

9^4 17 

p abroad. 1880 9i4 119 

914 120 

914 121 

f. European life. 1849. 2 v 914 10 

L France, Holland, etc. 1865.. 914 3 

\rctic sunbeams. 1882 914 139 

t sunbeams. 1882 914 140 

T. Midsummer lark. 1883 914 147 

L. Nile to Norway. 1882 9^4 97 

:. J. Old world with young eyes. . *9I4 98 

r. Sketches abroad. 1868 914 68 

Lawyer abroad. 1874 914 90 

'. Old world and new. 1836. 2 v. 914 88 

Voyage into Mediterranean. 1628 914 118 

1857 914 113 

i. Observations in E. 1844. 2 v. 914 36 

The Percy family. 6 v ♦015207 

?. Familiar letters. 1866 914 58 

Killamcy to Golden Horn. 1877 914 74 
;. A woman's first impressions ... 98.2 5 
y. Centennial com'r in E. 1876 . 914 91 
L. Sparks from a locomotive. 1859 914 75 
%. Europe thro' Am. spectacles. . . 914 22 
ICH, fd. Merry's balloon travels... *9I4 104 
iM. A year in Europe. 1819. 2 v. 914 13 

Abroad again. 1877 914 79 

theocean. 1871 9^4 94 

Family flight, France, etc. i88i.*9i4 142 

Puchwork. 1841. 3 v 914 7 

ivcTON. After glow of travel 914 144 

» her travels. 1868 *9I4 99 

s. Summer jaunt. 1878 914 117 

LD. One year abroad. 1877 *9I4 loi 

From oak to olive. 1868 914 54 

Jackson.) Bits of travel. 1872.. 91420 

E. lady's ride, Florence to Cher- 

Bg. 1883 914 145 

Solitary walks. 1828 9^4 9^ 

Portraits of places. 1884 914 157 

iatkatic sketches. 1875 9^4 64 

'. Letters from E. 1879 914 Pam. i 



KiRKLAND. Holidays abroad. 1849. 2 v. 914 32 
Laing. Notes of a traveller. 1854 914 25 

State of Europe'an people. 1849 914 '2 

LiPPiNCOTT. Haps and mishaps. 1854. 91455 

Locke. Nasby in exile. 1882 914 148 

Longfellow. Outre-mer. 1835 914 44 

Same. 1856 914 45 

Same. 1865 914 45^ 

McCabe. Our young folks abroad ^027401 

Macgregor. a 1,000 miles in the " Rob 

Roy." 1871 ♦914 73 

Matthews. My holiday. 1867 98.2 3 

Maximilian I. Recollections. 3 v 914 69 

Merwin. Old sights with new eyes 914 78 

Mitchell. Fresh gleanings. 1851 91448 

Montgomery. Our Admiral's flag 914 24 

Moore. Society in France, etc. 2 v.... 91427 

Moulton. Random rambles. 1881 914 136 

Murphy <f/fl/. On the Rhine, etc. 1881.914135 

Neale. Thro' Germany, etc. 1818 914 B-i 

Near home. 1870 *9I4 1 14 

Noah. Travels. 1815 9144 

Old Merry's travels. 1S73 *9I4 112 

OssOLi. Home and abroad. 1856 914 46 

Same. 1S60 914 47 

Over the ocean. 1846 914 81 

Peabody. Reminiscences of travel. 1868 914 84 

Peake. Pen pictures. 1874 914 23 

Pictures and portraits. 1881 914 134 

Pitman. European breezes. 18S2 914 138 

Post. Scenes in Europe. 1874 914 49 

Prime. Europe and the East. 2 v 914 62 

Raffles. Letters. 181 7 914 29 

Rapid transit abroad. 1879 914 1 16 

Redhouse. Diary of the Shah. 1873... 91483 

Sand, Geo. Lettres d'un voyageur 914 107 

Sandwich. Round the mediterranean. . . 914 B-2 

ScUDDER. Mr. Bodley abroad *0268o4 

Sedgwick. Letters from abroad. 2 v. . . 914 34 

Sidney. How they went to Europe *0276o3 

SiLLiMAN. Visit to Europe. 185 1. 2 v. 914 38 

Steele. Letters from Europe. 1859 98.21 

Stoddard. Red-letter days. 1884 914 149 

Stokes. College tramps. 1880 *9i4 131 

Stowe. Sunny memories. 1854. 2 v. . 914 52 

Swinburne. Courts of Europe. 2 v 

Tapi'AN. New world to old. 1852. 2 v. 
Taylor. By-ways of Europe. 1869. . . . 

Home and abroad. 1876. 2 v 

Views afoot. 1878 *9I4 100 

Same. 1885 *9i4 ioo}i 

Terhune. (Marion llarland). Loitcr- 

ings 914 132 

Thompson. Beaten paths. 1874 914 50 



914 I 

914 65 

914 19 

914 105 

100 

lOO^j 



* For youDg raiders. 



16 



EUROPE. — ENGLAND. 



Trafton. American girl abroad. 1872. 
Tripp. Crests from ocean world. 1848.. 
Twain, Mark (See Clemens). 
Wallace. A woman's experience. 1872. 

Walton. Souvenirs. 1866 

Warnkr. Roundabout journey. 1884... 

^ Saunterings. 1872 

Willis. Pencilling^ by the way. 2 v. . . 

Summer cruise in the Med. 1853 

Wines. Two years and a half in Am. 

navy. 1831. 2v 

Wise. Scampavias. 1857 

WiTMER. Wild oats^sown abroad. 1872. 
Wood. Saunterings in E. 1882 

Same 

Yankee boy from home. 1865 



♦914 


108 


914 95 


914 


76 


914 


51 


914 


150 


914 


72 


914 41 


914 40 


914 30 


914 


67 


914 1 


103 


98.: 


2 6 


98. J 


2 7 


914 


9f, 



ENGLAND.— GREAT BRITAIN. 

PREHISTORIC— CELTIC. 

Beth am. Gael and Cymbri. 1834 942.1 36 

BORLASE. Antiq. of Cornwall. 1769. ..942.1 R-i 
Da VIES. Celtic researches. 1804 942. i 35 

The British Druids. 1809 299 l^-2 

Dawkins. Early man in Britain. 1S80. 571 44 
Duke. Dmidical temples, Wilts. 1S46. 571 19 
Elton. Origins of Eng. history. 1882 . .942.1 51 

Essay on neo-I)ruidic heresy. 1838 299 B-i 

Evans. Ancient bronze implements 571 52 

Ancient stone implements, etc 571 8 

Green WELL. British Barrows. 1877 ... 571 39 

Guest. Origines Celtica?, etc. 2 v 942.1 55 

Jewett. Grave mounds. 1870 571 17 

Half hours among English antiq 571 18 

Rhys. Celtic Britain, 1882 942.1 53 

Skene, ed. Four ancient books of Wales. 

2 V S96 1 2 

Smiddv. Essay on the Druids. 1871 . .. 299 4 

Stevens. Flint chips. 1870 571 7 

Toland. The Druids. 1S15 299 5 

Williams ab Itiiel, ed. Barddas 299 24 



RO.MAN. — .SAXON. 

Adams. Before the conquest. i870..,*942.i 14 
Alfred, the peat, and William thedonq., 

by Powell 942. i 50 

Alfred, M<r.^'-m7 A Life; by Abbott . .*923.2 106 

Life ; by Giles. 184S 942.1 13 

Life ; by Hughes *923.2 105 

Life; by Thorpe. 1853 923.2 104 

Alijen. Anglo-Saxon Britain. 1881 .... 942.1 49 
Allies. British, Roman, Saxon antiq. . . . (>J2.I 39 
AncienX history, Eng. and French. 2 v. . .(>42.i 25 



9 
9 
9 



Anderson. Croydon, prehistoric and Ro- 
man. 1874 94 

Roman City of Uriconium. 1867 q 

Saxon Croydon. 1877 94 

Archaeological journal 

Armitage. Childhood of Eng: nation. . . 9 

Barnes. Early England. 1869 9 

Bathurst. Roman antiq. at Sydney Pk. .94: 
BoNWiCK. Our nationalities. 1881. 4 v. 
I. Who are the Irish ? 
II. Who are the Scotch ? 
in. Who are the Welsh > 
IV. Who are the English ? 

Coote. Romans of Britain. 1878 9 

Edward, the Confessor. Lives 94J 

English before Norman conq. Reference 

list ; by Foster. V. i 

YiXi^Y.'isi:?. of Woreester, Chronicle. 1854.9 
Freeman. Old Eng. hist, for children. . ^9 

Origin of the E. nation ^9 

Geoffrey of Monmouth. British histor>', 

trans. 1842 

CiRKEN. Conquest of Eng. 1883 9 

Making of Eng. 18S1 

ILvir.H. Conquest by Saxons. 1861 

Anglo-Sa-xon sagas. 1861 

Hall. Queens before conquest. 1854. 2 v. 
HoDCErrs. Older Eng. ; lect's. 1SS4. 2V.9 
Kemhle. Saxons in Flngland. 1876. 2 v. 9 
Laitknukrc. F^ng. under Anglo-.Saxon 

kings. 1845. 2v 

LvsoNs. Our British ancestors. 1S65... 
Matthew of Westminster. Flowers of 

hist. 1S53. 2v 9 

Miller. Hist. Anglo-Saxons. 1S56. . . . 9 
Nicholas. Pedigree of F'ng. people .... 
Paluravk. Hist, of a ng. -.Saxons. iS6t). 9 

Powell. Early England. 1S79 9 

Rookr ry' /fVw</(f'crr. Flowers of hist. 2 v. 9 
St. John. The four conquests. 1862. 2 v. 9 

Scarth. Roman Britain. 1883 9 

Six old English chronicles. 184S 9 

Strea I'FELD. Lincolnshire and the Danes 9 
Thackeray. Britain under Roman em- 
perors. 2 v K 

Thru IT. Anglo-Saxon home. 1S62 

Turner. Hist. Anglo-Saxons. 1S40. 3 v. < 

Vergil. English hist. v. i 9. 

Whitaker. Manchester; Roman-Brit. .94: 
William of Afalmesbury\ Chronicle ... .9. 
Winkelm ANN. Gcschichtc dcr Angel-Sach- 

sen. 18S3 9. 

Wright. Celt. Roman, Saxon. 1S75...9. 

Essays, archacolog. subjects. 2 v 

Wylie. Fairport graves. 1852 94; 



• For young readers. 



EUROPE.— ENGLAND. 



17 



NORMAN RULE. 

>]ofnnan kings of Eng. 1869. . . 942.2 6 
»N. £ng. a continental power. 

-1216. 1878 942.2 56 

. Norman conquest. 1870. 6 v. 942.1 16 

istory of same ♦942.2 63 

Norman Britain 942.2 67 

K. Hist. Normandy and Eng. 

. 4v 942.2 59 

> Hoveden. Annals, A. D. 732- 

. 2 V 942.2 42 

'. Norman conquest. 1856. 2 v. 942.1 21 

Eng. in middle ages. 5 v . . . . 942.2 i 

Roman de Rou; tr. by Malet. . .942.2 B-2 

I Rufus. Hist.; by Freeman. . 

\. 2 V 942.2 64 

\tk€ Conqueror. Life; by Abbott. '923.2 no 

is companions; by Planche. 2 v. 923.2 108 



THE PLANTAGENETS. 

\ The barons* war. 1871 942.2 8 

L Chaucer's England. 1869. 2 v. 394 8 

» Petroburgensc 942.2 33 

ttcs de London; Henry HL-Ed- 

d III 942.2 30 

I. Life and reign. 1872 942.219 

D in. Hist.; by Warburton 942.2 55 

D, Black Prince. Life; by Creigh- 

. 1877 *923.2 441 

by Jones. 1867 ♦923.2 77 

manuals of Eng. hist.; ed. by 

ight 942.2 52 

ER. Early chroniclers. 188 1 942 226 

us CambAnsis. De instructione 

icipnm. I. 3. 18H6 942.2 9 

II. Life; byLyttleton. 1768. 4 V. 942.2 15 

>FT. Chronicle. 2 v 942.2 40 

e antiquis legibus (London), 1178- 

4 942.2 32 

De nugis curialium 942.2 34 

cw Paris. English hist. A. D. 

5-1273. 3 V 942.2 44 

>RT, Simon de. Life; by Creigh- 

. 1876 '923.2 440 

by Prothcro. 1877 942.2 53 

V. English hist. 14th cent. 1877.942.250 
GENETS. Reference List; by Fos- 

Y. 1 16 55 

Dl. Life; by Abbott. i857..»923.2 iii 
by James. 1842. 2v 942.210 

1854- «v 942.212 

1 JI. lJiie\ by Abbott. 1858. *923.2 112 
0/ ihc times of; by Dunster . . . ♦942.2 14 



Robert of Gloucester, Chronicle. 2 v. . 942.2 38 
Rowley. Rise of the people. 1215- 

1485. 1878. 942.2 57 

SAUNDERS4 Cabinet pict's of Eng. life; 

Chaucer. 1845 394 3^ 

Stubbs. Early PlanUgenets. 1877 942.2 54 

WiLUAM de Rishanger. Chronicle 942.2 29 

Wright. Domestic manners, middle ages. ^94 4 



LANCASTER AND YORK. 

Domesday of St. Paul's. A. D. 1222 322 9 

Edgar. Wars of the roses ^942.2 51 

Edward IV. Hist, of the recouerye of his 

kingdomes; by Bruce 942.2 26 

Edward V. Grants from crown 942.2 35 

Eng. and France under house of Lancaster . 942. 2 7 
Eng. Chronicle, Richard 1 1. -Henry VI... 942.2 36 
Gairdner. Houses of I>ancaster and 

York. 1875 942.2 48 

Same 942.2 49 

Hall. Chronicle. HenryIV.-HenryVin.942.2 B-i 
Henry IV. Hist. Eng. under; by Wylie. 942.2 68 

Henry V. Hist.; by Towle. 1866 ^942.2 22 

Life; by Tyler. 1838. 2 v 942.2 20 

Margaret of Anjou. Letters 942.2 37 

Life; by Abbott. 1861 *923.2 113 

Life; by Hookham. 1872. 2 v 942.2 23 

Paston. Letters; reigns of Henry VL- 

Richard III 942.2 47 

Pauli. Pictures of old Eng. 1861 942.2 66 

Richard in. Hist.; by Gairdner. 1878.942.258 

Hist. ; by Halstead. 1844 942.2 25 

Hist; by Sir T. More * 324 54 

Richard III. Life; by Abbott. 1870. ^923.2 114 

Richard of Ciretuester. Britain 914.2 I 

Vergil. Three b'ks of Eng. hist. Henry 

VI. -Edward IV 942.2 31 

Warkworth. Chronicle, Edward IV. . . 942.2 28 



THE TUDORS. 

Boleyn, Anne. Chapter of history; by 

Friedman. 1884. 2v 942.357 

Life; by Dixon. 1873 923.2 115 

Memoirs; by Benger. 1851 923.2 118 

Bourne. English seamen under the Tu- 

dors. 1868. 2v 6564 

Burke. Portraits; Tudor dynasty. 4 v... 942.3 45 

Camden. Britannia. 1586 914.2 R-i 

Catharine of Aragon; by Du Boys. 2 v. 942.3 49 

Life; by Dixon. 1873. 3 V 923.2 115 

Cecil, Lord Burgh ley. Letters to Sir 

G. Carew 942.3 38 

Memoirs; by Nares. 1828. 3 V 923.2 B-i$ 



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ENGLAND. — THE TUDORS. ETC. 



I 



Chamberlain. Letters; reign of Eliz. ..942.3 37 

Chronicle of Calais 942.3 30 

Chronicle of Queen Jane 942.3 34 

Chronicle of Grey Friars v 942.3 35 

Creighton. Tudors and Reformation. . . 942.3 44 

CunS'INGIIAM, ed. Revels at court 822.3 44 

Dee. Private diary 942.3 28 

Egerton papers 942.3 27 

Elizabeth, Queen. Age of; by Creighton. 942.3 25 
And her times; letters of Burghley, et ai. 

2v 942.3 53 

And James I. Letters 942.3 33 

Character; by Bohun. 1693 923.2 134 

Felicities of; by Bacon 192 7 

First four years; by Hay ward 942.3 26 

Life; by Abbott. 1871 *923.2 136 

Same. 1869 *923.2 137 

Life; by Townsend. 1874 923.2 135 

Memoirs; by Birch. 1754. 2 v 942.3 B-2 

Memoirs of court; by Aiken. 1823 942.3 24 

Youth of; by Wiesener. 2 v 942.3 42 

Froude. Hist. Eng. from fall of Wolsey 

to death of Elizabeth. 1865. 12 v.. 942. 3 11 
GiusTiNiAN. Dispatches from court of 

Henry VHL 1515-1519. 2v 942.340 

GoADBY. Eng. of Shakespeare. 1881... 39437 

Grey. Commentary of services 942.3 31 

Guernsey. Spanish armada. 1877 942.3 52 

Harrison. Eng. in Shakespeare's youth. 942.3 B-24 
Henry Vn. Hist.; by Bacon. 1641 ..942.3 B-i 

Same 192 7 

Henry Vni. And his wives; by Herbert. 942.3 51 

Hist. ; by Turner. 1827. 2 v 942.3 i 

Hist, of Eng. under; by Herbert 942.3 39 

I^etters and papers of the reign of. 12 v. 942. 3 B-5 

Life; by Audin. 1852 942.3 10 

Life; by Tytler. 1837 942.3 23 

Memoirs of Court; by Thomson. 2 v. . 942.3 8 

To death of Wolsey; by Brewer. 2 v. . 942.3 55 

Herbert 0/ Cherbury. Autobiography. . 942.3 39 

Howard. Talbot and Cecil papers. 3v. . 942.3 5 

James I. Cor. with Sir R. Cecil 942.3 36 

Maciiyn. Diary. 15 50-1 563 942.3 32 

Naunton. Fragmenta regalia; court of 

Elizabeth. 1814 942.3 B-4 

NORDEN. Speculi Britannix pars. 1594.. 914.2 2 

Nucius. Second book of travels 914.2 3 

Plampton correspondence 942.2 27 

Rutland papers 942.3 29 

Sneyd, /ra/u. Island of Eng. 1500 914.24 

Spanish armadai Reference list; by Fos- 
ter, v. I 1655 

Stafford. Briefe conceipt of English 

policy 942.3 B-25 

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Stubbes. Anatomy of abuses. 1583 3 

Thornbury. Shakespeare's Eng. 2 v. . 
Turner. Hist. Edward VL, Mar>- and 
Elizabeth. 1829. 2 v < 



THE FIRST STUARTS. 

Bramston. Autobiography. 1611-1700.9. 
Carew. Letters to T. Roe. 161 5 — 161 7. 9. 
Charles I. Attempted escapes; by Hillier. 9: 

Commentaries on; by Disraeli. 2 v 9.! 

Court and times; by Gamache. 2 v. ... 9.' 

Eikon Basilike 94: 

Fall of; by Gardiner. 1882. 2 v ()42 

Letters to the Queen 9: 

Life; by Abbott. 1869 *923 

Same. 1848 *922 

Memoirs of court; by Aikin. 2 v 9^1 

Personal gov't of; by Gardiner. 2 v 9^ 

Treaty with covenanters, 1640; by Bor- 
ough (>j 

Dalrymple. Memoirs of Great Britain 

and Ireland. 1629-1702. 3 V 9.^ 

Elsing. Notes of debates in lords. 1621. 94 

Foreign protestants and aliens in Eng 94 

Francisco DE Jesus. Spanish marriage. 94 

Gardi.n'KR. First two Stuarts, etc 9.^ 

Same 9.^ 

Hist, of E. 1603-1642. 1883. 10 V. 945 
Prince Charles and the Spanish mar- 
riage. 1869. 2 V 9: 

Harlky. Letters. 1625-1643 9^; 

James I. Court and times; by Williams. 

1848. 2 V 9^ 

Memoirs of court; by Aikin. 1JC3. 2 v. 9. 
Manciikster. Court and^ society; Eliza- 
beth to Anne. 1864. 2 v 9 

Parliamentar)' debates in 1610 9. 

Rous. Diar)-. 1625-1643 9^ 

Sfekd. Theatre of empire. 1676 91. 

Stuarts. Genealog)* of the house of; by 

Noble 94 

Vaughan. Eng. under the Stuarts. 2 v. . < 

Verney family. Letters and papers 9: 

Whitelocke. Liber famclicus 9^ 

YONGE. Diar>'. 1604-1628 ' 9: 



CIVIL WAR AND COMMONWEAL* 

Adams. The great civil war. 1880 . . .*94S 
BissKiT. Hist, commonwealth. 1867. 2v. 9^ 

Blake. Life; by Dixon. 1885 92; 

Burton. Diary. 1656-1659. 4 v 9^ 

Cary, ed. Memorials of civil war. 2 v. . 9^ 
Clarendon. Hist, rebellion. 7 v y 



ENGLAND. -THE COMMONWEALTH, ETC. 



Y. The struggle against absolute 

larcbf. 1878 941.4 94 

.Y and Phillpotts. King and 

187& 94a-4 as 

collection ol books 

V. 3 16B-17 

.^ i8s4- av ^3.4 51 

nandspeecbes; «/. by Carlfle. 3V.943.4 4B 

!, 5 V ; Sao.a 378 

: by Adams *943'4 55 

; by Andrews. 1870 94x4 50 

\ by Coniish. tSBa *94i'4 107 

; by Headley. 1848 9424 S3 

.eie. 94a-4 104 

land '^^fi^ 1883 943.4 I oB 

ector and sons; v. . 943.4 46 

ij^i ■■942.4 119 

lication; 94^-4 54 

RELL, R. Hist. ; by Guiiot. 3 v. . 943,4 99 
,5r>J. Bi{«. ; by Forsier. av.. 933. 3416 
md Ger. of tbirty 

doc'ts. 3 v... 94a. 4 83 

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AX, Lffrd. Life; by Markhani 933.3 345 

.AND, Lord. Life; by l^wis. 913.3 303 

•n-Es. ■4lM(]li« 838.. 943.4 B-3 

■ER. ..933.3 76 

i.s. G. N. Ci^it . 943.4130 

■IS.W. Ilist.oC 4". 943.4 39 

iT. H or 1640 943.4 43 

■DEN Nugent. 3V.933.3 158 

H. Chronicle of Ibe war, 1676. . .943.4 B-3 

ES. Behemoth 193 38 

i of commons. Remonstrance. 1641. 



1).. 



9061 
HISSON. Cat. \. Memoirs; by his 

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;, Cm. Life; by Gumble. 1671.. .933.3 247 

:; by Skinner. 1733 933.3 346 

I fall of the republic; by Guizot 943.4 56 

ment failed in 1640; proceedings . . . 943.4 So 
ICK. Index to names of royalists. . . 943.4 95 
N. Lessons from rise and fall of 

nmion«-ealth. 1S84 943.4 I3i 

IT, Prinee. And the cavaliers; by 

farbuTton. 1S49. 3 v 933.3 349 

:. Gcschichte der revolution. iSSi .943,4 103 
tO'Ui, Earl ef. Life; by Cooper. 

174- a V 933,3 431 

IDE. Diary of marches of royal 

my. WM 78 

X>B. State papers. 1743. 7 v.. .943.4 R-i 

T papers; looff parliament 943.4 67 

\OCKX. Swedish embassy. 3 v. . . 943.4 84 



Anne, Quttn. Age of ; by Morris, 1877.943.5 Sj 

History; by Boyer, 1735 943,5 R-l 

Hist, of 1880. 3 V. . , 943.5 91 

Memoirs of her son; by Lewis 943-5 108 

AsHTOS. Social life, reign of Anne, 3v,. 39439 

BUR.VET. History of his time. 6 v 943.5 94 

Same. (Folio.) 2 v 94*. 5 R-> 

Carrfx. The counter revolution in Eng- 
land. 1846 941.4 By 

Anglix notitia. 1679. . . 943,4 SS 

C by Darker. 1853., 933. 3 145 

Sidney. 1843, 3 v. .933.3 333 

s; by Hoskins. 3 v. . . 943.4 63 

Life; by Abbott. 1849 "933.3 146 

Same. 1866 '•933.3 147 

Memoirs; by Clayton. 1S59. 3 v 941.4 65 

^^ 179a- 2v wa-46r 

Charles 11. ani/ Jamks II. Moneys paid 

for secret services 943.4 70 

Davies. Journal. 1688-1690 943.4 75 

EvKLYN, J. Memoirs, diary, etc. 5 v. .938.3 33S 

Hale. Fall of the Stuarts 940 43 

James II. Reign of; by Fok. 1846 942.4 87 

Same, 1S08 943,4 B-l 

Je^se, Court of the Stuarts. 3 v 941.4 lO 

Memoirs of court, 1688-1760. 3 v. . . 943.5 15 
LuTTRRLl,. Stale affairs, 1678-1714. 6 v. 943.5 I 
Macaulay. History of K, 1685-1703. 

5 V 943 30 

Same, 5 v 941 176 

Same. 4 V 94* 35 

Mackintosh. Hist, revolution. 1835.. 943.4 86 
MABinoaouon. Lite; by Alison. 3 ¥,.933.3 544 

Life; by Crcighton, 1879 •933.3 444 

Memtrirs; by Coie. 1830, 6 v 933.3 154 

Same, 1847, 3 v 933,3 360 

Atlas to same 933,3 B-il 

Military life; by Alison. 1848 933.3 3G3 

of. Life and rebellion; 

by Roberts, 1844. 3 v 943.4 I33 

Pepvs, And the world he lived in; by 

Whcalley. 18S0 933.3 456 

Diary and cor, 1855, 4v 913. » 473 ■ 

Same. 1879, 6 v 933.3 477 

SAVitXE. I.etters to Charles 11. and 

James II 943.4 77 

Stanhope (Mahon). History of England, 

reignof Anne. 1701-1713 943.5 7 

Vebnon. Letters to Shrewsbury. 1696- 

1708. 3 v 943.S 33 

William 1H. and Louis XIV. Letters. 

1697-1700. 3 V 943.5 31 



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ENGLAND. — THE FOUR GEORGES, ETC. 



THE FOUR GEORGES. 

AsHTON. Old times; end of i8th cent'y. . 394 45 

British minor expeditions. 1746-1814 942.5 129 

Brougham. Statesmen, time of George 

III. 3 V 923.2 81 

BUNBURY. Some passages of the war. 

1799-1810 942. 5 52 

Canning. Life; by Bell. 1846 923.2 228 

Life; by Stapleton. 1859 923.2 227 

Caroline, Queen, Memoirs; by Huish. 

1821. 2 V 923.2 152 

Caroune Matilda, ^ff^r/r. Memoirs; by 

Smyth. 1861. 2v 923.2150 

Chambers. Hist, rebellion of 1745 942.5 30 

CORN^ALLis. Correspondence. 3 v.... 942. 5 77 
Cory. Guide to modem Eng. hist. 18 15- 

1835. 2 V 942.6 37 

DORAN. Queens of house of Hanover. * 2 V. 923.2 23 
Earle. Premiers, Walpole to Peel. 2 v. 923.278 
England, i8th cent. Reference list; by 

Foster, v. i 16 55* 

Entick. Hist, of late war. 1763. 5 v... 942. 5 31 
Gaspey. Hist, of Eng., 1760 to Victoria. 

14 V 942.6 B-i 

George IL Hist, sketches, by Oliphant. 942.5 81 

Memoirs of reign; by Hcrvey. 2 v. . . . 942.5 50 

George IH. Annals; by Aikin. 2 v. . . 942.5 36 

Authentic memoirs; by Southey 942.5 41 

Cor. with Lord North. 2 v 942. 5 44 

Hist. Eng. during; by Adolphus. 7 v. 942. 5 100 

Hist, of reign. 1865. 4 V 942. 5 46 

Journal of reign; by Walpole. 2 v 942.5 42 

Memoirs; by Jesse. 1867. 3 V 942.5 38 

George IV. Diary of times; ed. by Gait. 942.6 6 

Life; by Fitzgerald. 1881. 2 v 942.6 47 

Life and times; by Croly. 1831 942.6 13 

Memoirs of court; by Buckingham. 2 v. 942.6 53 
Memoirs of court during regency; by 

same. 2 v 942.6 61 

Regency and reign; by Cobbett. 1830. . 942.6 12 
Greville. Memoirs. 1818-1837. 2 v.. 942.6 10 

Same. (Abridged.) 923.2 411 

Hearne. Reliquiae. 3 v 942.5 82 

HuTTON. Tales of white cockade (Jacob- 

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Jesse. Memoirs of pretenders. 2 v 923.2 41 

Johnstone. Rebellion of 1745 942.5 26 

Lecky. Eng. in 1 8th cent. 1882. 4V... 942. 5 no 
McCarthy. The four Georges, v. i... 942. 5 120 

Same 942.5 124 

Martineau. Hist, of the peace. 1816- 

1854. 3 V 942.6 I 

MiRZA Itesa Modeen. Intelligence con- 
cerning Europe. 1765 914.2 5 



MoLLOY. Court-life below stairs. 1714- 
1830. 4 V 

Nelson, Lard. Dispatches and let'rs. 7 v. 

Life; by Allen. 1853 9 

Life; by Clarke and McArthur. 3 v . .9 

Life; by Harrison. 1806. 2 v 9 

Memoirs; by Pettigrew. 1849. 2 v 9 

Life; by Southey. 1814. 2 v ^9 

Pitt and Burke. Anecdote biography; 
byTimbs. 1862 *9 

Pitt. Life; by Sergeant. 1882 9 

Life; by Stanhope. 1862. 4v 9 

Memoirs; by Tomline. 1821. 3 v . . .9 
Pol. life; by Gifford. 1809. 6 v 9 

Rush. Residence at court. 1817-1825..9 
Same 9 

Schmucker. Hist, of the Georges. 1875. < 

Skottowe. Our Hanoverian kings 9* 

Smith. English Jacobins. 1794 9. 

Sophia Charlotte, Queen. Memoirs; by 
Watkins. 1819 9: 

Stanhope (Mahon). Hist, of England. 
1713-1783. 7 V 

Stapleton. Foreign policy of Great Brit- 
ain. 1790-1865 

Stuart, Chas. (The pretender). Memoirs; 
by K lose. 1845. 2v 92 

Tancock. England during Am. and Eu- 
ropean wars. 1765-1820 94 

Same 

Thackeray. The four Georges g 

The same 

Thomson. Memoirs of Jacobites. 1845. g 

Walpole, R. Memoirs; byCoxe. 3 v.. 923 
Pol. biography; by Ewald 92 

Wellington. Dispatches. 12 v g 

Same, supplementary. 4 V 9 

Life; by Maxwell. 1852. 3 v 92 

Life; by Stocqueller. 1853. 2 v 92 

Life; by Waite. 1878 ♦92 

Life and times; by Williams. 2 v 92 

Memoir 

Memoirs; by Kelly. 1853 923 

Memoir; by Wilson. 2 v 92. 

Victories of; 1852 9 

W^raxall. Memoirs of my time. 1772- 

1784 92 

Posthumous memoirs. 1845 92 



WILLIAM IV. AND VICTORIA 

Albert, Prince Consort. Life; by Mar- 
tin. 1875. 5v 92 

Beaconskield. Biog.; by O'Connor . . .92 

Life; by Mill. 1863 92 



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{SFIELD. Life; byTowk. 1879. .9232 4^4 
km for impeachment of. 1878. .942.6 Pam. 2 

ical adventures. 1878 923.2 386 

Tcncc list; by Foster, v. i i6 55 

SING. Modem England. i820-*74. 942.6 5 

ic 942.6 49 

1 cabinet in 1853 9232 94 

C5, R. Biog.; by McGilchrist 923.2 233 

c; by Morley. 1881 9232 504 

oe. 1881. 2v 923.2505 

BOQ of; by Hobart 923.2 Pam. i 

achings of; by Duff 9232 Pam. 5 

)STOXE. Biog. sketch. 1880 923.2 507 

reerof. Reference list; by Foster, v. 3. 16 55 

e; bySmith. 1879. 2 v 923.2 437 

xt life ; by Jones. 1880 9232 453 

idstone Government. 1869 923.2 95 

rr. Random recollections : House of 

ximmons. 1830-1835 ()42.6 20 

DC, House of Lords 942.6 21 

DC, Lords and Commons. 1838 942.6 22 

TLLE, H. Leaves from diary. 2 v. . 942.6 51 

NSEY. Confessions 942.6 19 

ON. Radical leaders. 1875 923.2 92 

•G. Annals of our time. 1869 942.6 18 

?. The reform ministers. 2 v 942.6 16 

. Diary of two Parliam'ts. v. i . . . 942.6 59 

\RTHY, J. Epoch of reform 942.6 50 

St. of our OMm times. 4 v. 1837-78. 942.629 

nc. 2 V 942.6 33 

ne. 2 V 942.6 35 

Jrt hist of same 942.6 52 

MTHY, J. H. Eng. under Gladstone, 942.6 57 
ESWORTH. Hist. Eng. 1 830-1 8 74. . 942.6 26 
lERSTON. Life ; by Ashley. 2 v.. . 923.2 232 

fe; by Bulwer. 1874. 3 v 923.2 229 

ttcrials for hist. 1865 923.2 Pam. 6 

arges against. 1840 923.2 Pam. 8 

unasked ; by Fischel. i860 923.2 Pam. 7 

. Life ; by Smith. 1881 923.2 501 

c and times ; by Taylor. 3 v 923.2 421 

ES. Journal. 1831-47. 2v 942.624 

tLUEar/. Recollections. 1813-73. 923.2 168 
urroN. Foreign See's, 19th Cent. 

11834. 3v 923.2483 

«IA. Qu^en. Life ; by Greenwood . 942.6 58 

▼es from journal. i848-'6i 914.1 11 

T leaves, etc. 1862-1882 923.2 546 

OLE. Foreign relations. 1882 327.2 5 

t. Eng. from 1815. 3 v 942.6 41 

AM IV. Life and reign; by Wright. 

V 942.6 55 

dM IV. and Victoria. Courts and 

bisets ; by Buckingham. 2 v 942.6 14 

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GENERAL ENGLISH HISTORY. 

AcLAND and Ransome. Hand-book of pol. 

hist, of Eng. to 1881 t942 231 

Allen. Readers* guide to Eng. hist t942 235 

Baker. Chronicle of the Kings. 1643. . 942 B-i 

Brewer. English studies. — Essays 94a in 

Bright. History of Eng. 1880. 3 v... 942 23a 
Browne. State trials. 1801-30. 2 v . . 345.2 60 

Buckle. Civilization in Eng. 2 v 942 249 

Same. 1882. 3 v 942 253 

Calcott. Little Arthur's hist. 1882 . . .♦942 aay 
Camden. Imperial hist, of Eng. 1809. 942 R-9 

Camden Society Miscellany. 3 v 942 133 

Same. V. 4 942 137 

Same. V. 5 94^ '39 

Same. V. 6 942 200 

Casseirs illustrated hist. Eng. 8 v 942 B-aa 

Collier. Hist. British Empire 942 78 

History Eng. 1868 942 77 

Pictures of periods. 1865 394 16 

Creasy. Hist, of Eng. V. 1-2. 1869 . 942 171 

Creighton. Half-hour hist. Eng 942 221 

Stories from Eng. hist. 1883 *942 245 

Davidson. New book of kings. 1884. . 942 248 
Dickens. Child's hist, of Eng. 1874. . . *'942 89 

The same. 1875 *942 90 

The same. 1877 *942 9^ 

The same. (N. D.) *942 92 

Doran. Princes of Wales, i860 923.2 40 

Dulcken. Picture hist. Eng *942 246 

Echard. Hist. Eng. to 1688. 3 v 942 R-3 

Ellis, ed. Original letters. 4 v 94a 96 

EwALD. Reference b'k of Eng. hist ^942 84 

Stories from State papers 942 224 

Studies restudied. 1885 942 254 

Freeman. Lect's to Am. audiences 942 236 

Gairdner and Spedding. Studies in Eng. 

hist. 1881 942 222 

Gardiner. Historical biog's. 1884. . .♦923.2 57a 

Outline of Eng. hist. 1880 *942 220 

Gardiner and Mullinger. Introd. to 

study of Eng. hist. 1881 942 219 

Geikie. Hist, of Eng. (for schools) *942 105 

Geld art. Popular hist. Eng. i860 942 82 

Oilman. Magna Charta stories *904 4a 

Goldsmith. Hist, to Geo. II. 4 v 942 i 

Green. Hist, of Eng. people. 1878. 4 v. 942 181 

Short hist, of same. 1875 942 28 

Same 942 ag 

Same 942 29>i 

Readings from Eng. hist. 1879. 3 v. *942 197 
Green, Mrs. Princesses of Eng. 6 v. . 923.2 33 
Guest. Lect's on hist, of Eng. 1879... 942241 
GuizoT. Popular hist, of Eng. 4 v 942 B-36 

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*■ ~i . '^T >tit:n.:o*- friJCi Pint ir^l*. 

::;^:vi». > 

V . • :i A'-T.: 7z.is'i'.rzt § sicrie*. i Ji2 . .*c 
'.i^t'.'j :.-:ci Ei^ljii h:s::cy. = % c 

MILITARY AND NAVAl. HISTOl 

Ar. AM-, y^mous regiments * 

Ir amous ship*. 1 563 * 

Menaorable battles in English history. . .*< 
Ai.i.EN. Battles of the navy. 1 552. 2 v. . . « 
lS.\RkO\v. Naval worthies, Eliii.'sriijjn. .92 

Mutiny of the " Bounty." iS'i3 *3 

Bkassky. British navy. iS:^2. 5 V 3 

Bi'RNKY. Boys* Manual * 

C'AMi'KKLL. Naval hist. iSiS. 8v ' 

C'liNTON. Crt'cy to Assye. iSSi < 

Ci)N NOLLY. Royal sappers and miners. 2 v. 

Defences of Eng. 1S62 355 2 

lii..\si.ocK. Naval service. 1836. 2 v.. 

CiLEU?. Chelsea hospital. 1S3S. 3 V 

^.; R.\N r. Recent British battles. 1 SS4 . . 35 

i Weal Ni'.iles of the army < 

1 1 KK VVK r. i.'.re.i: mutinies, i S76 * 

K:N^;>rv^N. Our sailors. XS65 

I bv \x:\ N^v.;: h'st. of E. 1735. 2 v. 9. 
1 > ■■ y >.' N y r. ; ".ir. .: ;:nprev:ri.»b!e . i S 7 1 . . 

S^-c 

^. ^. "<NN > \.\.-".i,>:r;:r.i=:: j^-ircs. 2 \ . . 

N ^ ^ *^. :.■>-?•."•: % I f-T 2 V 

N : . . . \. . - - rs N :rt xr.i >r::>.e-j. . . 
N - '; . V ;■ -^~ i: Z^ZZ 2 V... 



ENGLAND.— CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, ETC. 



23 



>hort hist, of parliament. 2 v. . 342.2 58 
OKE, r/<r/. The Craftsman. 14 v. 329.2 48 
^H. Impeachment of the House 
answick. 1875 3235 

Speeches. 1868. 2 v 329.2 40 

Const, hist., Chas. I. to restora- 

1866. 3 V 942.4 10 

LM. Speeches. 1857. 2 v 329.2 64 

Speeches. 1816. 4 v 329.2 10 

. Select speeches. 1835 329.2 21 

. English Liberties. 1721 342.22 

its. Local government. 1883. . . 342.2 60 
. Select's from pol. works. 6 v. . 329.2 28 

and Hansard. Parliamentary 

wy. 1066-1803. 24 V 328.2 I 

Pol. writings. 1867. 2 V 329.2 36 

les. 1870. 2 V 329.2 38 

ion (The) violated. 1871 342.2 28 

Hist, of party. 1836. 3 V 363 i 

ncient parliamentary elections. . . . 342.2 24 

1 bills of 1866-1867 342.2 25 

Imperial and colonial const's. . . 342.2 13 
Dglish constitution. 1869 342.2 12 

Public life in England. 1884 . . 342.2 62 
IE. The Eng. const. 1838. 2 v. 342.2 3 

Manual of dignities. 1844 323 2 

Political survey. 1868 329.2 42 

Civil service in Gr't B. 1880.. . 351.2 5 
1 reform. 1867 329.2 43 

Our constitution. 1867 342.2 14 

own and its advisers. 1870 342.2 16 

rs of the house of lords. 1681. . . 342.2 42 

Reform Almanac. 1878-84. 5v.t3i4 B-i 
The Eng. constitution. 1863. . 342.2 10 
rrifE and Holdsworth. How 

re governed. 1868 *342.2 15 

I. Hist, of trial by jury 349 10 

«. Growth of constitution. 1873.342.2 i8 
Manual of const, hist. 1875. . .342.2 20 

Self-gov't, coram unalderfassung 

vcrwaltungsgerichte in Eng 342.2 59 

Index to municipal offices 351.2 4 

ive folk-moots. 1880 321 3 

Political problems. 1870 329.2 44 

papers. 1852. '4v 329.26 

H. M. civil service 351-2 I 

. Const. histor\', Henr>' VH. to 

ge II. 1829. 3v 342.25 

Student series 342.2 32 

N. Quarter sessions, Elizabeth to 

. 1S7S 942.4 44 

. List of parliamentary papers. 

1872 328.2 32 

ntarv debates. 1S13-1816. 6 v. 328.225 

♦ For young readers. 



Harris. Hist, radical party. 1885 363 18 

Hazlitt, fd. Eloquence of British sen- 
ate. 1810. 2 V 329.2 70 

House of commons. Reports from com- 
mittees. 1715-1801. 16 V. ... . .328.2 D-B-i 

House of lords. Debates on franchise bill. 329.2 72 
HusKissoN. Speeches, memoirs. 3 v. . . 329.2 25 
Jennings. Parliamentary anecdote 342.2 38 

Anecdotal hist, of parliament. 1881 342.2 39 

Junius letters; ed. by Wade. 1881. 2 v. .. 329.2 x 

Same. 1836. 2v 329.23 

Identity of. 1818 329.25 

King, Lord, Speeches and writ'gs. 1844. 329.2 35 

Kirk. Social politics. 1870 314 16 

Langel. England, pol. and social. 1874. 323 4 
Latchford. Wit and wisdom, parliam't. 328.2 33 
Magna Charta. (Fac simile) 342.2 40 

Hist, and defence. 1769 342.2 19 

Marvin. Our public offices. 1882 35i*2 6 

Maurice. Workman and franchise. 1866.342.2 23 
May. Const, hist. Eng. 1 760-1 860. 2 v. 342.2 8 
O'CONNELL, D. Speeches, etc. 1875. 2 v. 329.2 66 
Palgrave. House of commons. 1869. . 342.2 26 
Parliament. Index to sessional papers. 

1807-1863. (Bost. P. L. Cat. 2 v.). . 18 B-i 

Civil-service inquiry com. reports. 1875- 

1876. 2 V 351.2 B-4 

Civil-service com'r rep't. 1856 351.2 B-l 

Rep't on Civil-service. 1854 351.2 2 

Papers relating to same 351.2 3 

Papers relating to Civil-service 351-2 B-7 

Papers relat'g to elections. i875-'78. .342.2 B-l 
Select com. report on civil-service ap- 
pointments. i860 351.2 B-2 

Same. On civil-service writers. 1873..351.2 B-3 

Paul. Hist, of reform. 1884 342.2 63 

Peel. Opinions. 1850 329.2 62 

Pitt. Speeches. 1806. 4 v 329.2 14 

Privy Council, The. 1872 342.2 Pam. 2 

Probyn, ed. Local gov't and taxat'n 342.2 33 

Rannie. Hist, outline of const. 1881 .*342.2 43 
Rowley. Settlem't of const. 1689-1784.942.590 

S eager. Representation act. 1884 342.2 64 

Sheridan. Speeches. 3 v 329.2 18 

Smith, GoLDWiN. ThrceEng. statesmen. 342.2 27 
Smith, P. V. Eng. institutions. 1873.. 342.2 17 
Squire. Foundation of const. 1745. . . . 342.2 i 
Stei'HEN. Eng. thought, iSth cent. V. 2. 192 86 
Stubbs. Const, hist. (to 15th Cent.) 

1877. 3 V 342.2 29 

Stubbs, ed. Select charters, to Edward I. 342.2 34 
Swift. Pol. tracts, etc. (v .4 to 8, and v. 

12 of works) 820.2 56 

Syme. Representative gov't in Eng 324 71 

+ For reference. 



24 



ENGLAND. — CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, ETC 



Taswell-Langmead. Eng. const, hist.. 342.2 41 
Taylor. The glory of regality. 1820. . . 323 7 

TooKE. Hist, of the boroughs. 3 v 942 146 

Traill. Central gov't. 1881 342.2 44 

TwYSDEN. On the gov't of Eng 323 i 

Urquhart. Queen and premier . . . .342.2 Pam. i 
Vine. Eng. municipal inst's. 1 835-' 79 . 342.2 37 
Walpole. Electorates and legislature . . . 342. 2 45 
YoNGE, C. D. Const, hist. 1 760-1860. . 342.2 57 



LOCAL HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION. 

Avon. Views on upper ; by Ireland 914.2 32 

Berks. Murray's h'd-b'k. i860 914.2 W-io 

Bucks. Murray's h'd-b'k. i860 914,2 W-io 

Cambridge. Memorials; by Wright, Le 

Keux, et al. 2 v 378 44 

Dict'y of ; by Dickens. 1884 378 74 

Channel Islands. Acc't ; by Inglis 914.2 38 

Guide to ; by Bevan. 1884 9142 W-23 

Cheshire. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1879. .914.2 \V-26 
Cornwall. In western; by Ilalliwell. . .914.2 113 

Murray's h'd-b'k. 1859 914. 2 W-12 

Unsentimental journey ; by Craik 914.2 B-i 

Derbyshire. Rambles; by Jennings. . 914.2 117 

Devon. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1859 914.2 \V-i 2 

.Same. 1879 914.2 W-29 

Naturalist on the coast ; by Gosse 508 13 

Doran. Our great towns. 1877 iy\2 206 

Dorsetshire. Murray's h'd-b'k 9142 W-ii 

Dover Castle. Hist., etc. ; by Darell. 

1797 914- 2 B-27 

Durham. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1873. . .914.2 \V-30 

Epping Forest ; by Buxton. 1885 914. 2 71 

Eton. Rambles round ; by Rimmer. . . .914.2 126 
Freeman. Eng. towns and dist's. 1883. 942 244 
Gloucestershire. Murray's h'd-b'k. 914. 2 \V-24 
Harrow. Rambles round ; by Rimmer. 

1882 914.2 126 

Hampshire. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1858 . .914.2 \V-8 
Herefordshire. Murray's h'd-b'k . .914.2 \V-24 

KE.NILWORTH. Beck's guide to 723 15 

Ke.nt. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1858 914. 2 W-9 

With Dickens in; by Frost. 1880. . . .914.2 iii 
Lakes, The. Miss Martineau's guide.gi4.2 \V-3i 
As interpreted by Wordsworth; by 

Knight 821.2 512 

Lancashire. Murray's h'd-b'k 914.2 W-27 

Liverpool. Hist.; by Baines. 1852... 942 106 
London. And environs; by Baedecker. 914. 2 W-19 

And its celebrities ; by Jesse. 2 v 914.2 75 

And its environs ; by Shepherd 914.2 B-9 

And Westminster ; by Timbs. 2 v 914.2 73 

Curiosities of ; by Timbs. 1868 914.2 77 



London. Curiosities of life; by Smith. . . 91 

Diet, of ; by Dickens. 1879 914.2 

Environs of ; by Lysons. 18 11. 2 v. .94: 
Greater ; by Walford. 1883. 2 v. . .914,; 

Haunted ; by Thombury. 1865 91 

Hist and antiq. ; by Allen. 5 v ^ 

Hist, and descript. ; Knight ed. 3 V. .914 

Hist. ; by Hunter. 1811. 2v 94 

Hist, with sup. ; by Loftie. i883-*84. . ^ 
In the 1 8th cent. ; by Malcolm. 2 v . . 

Leicester Square ; by Taylor. 1874 c 

Lights and shadows ; by Grant. 2 v ... 9 

Literary and hist. ; by Saunders 9 

Literary land m'ks ; by Hutton. 1885 . .92! 

Living ; by Sala. 1883 91* 

Londoniana; by Walford. 1879. 2 v. . c 
Low-life deeps ; by Greenwood. 1881. .9I1 

Memories of ; by Saunders. 1852 9 

Metropolitan improvem'ts ; by Shepherd. 

1827 91.^ 

Mystic ; -by Davies. 1875 91. 

Night side of ; by Ritchie. 1869 9 

Old and new ; by Thornbury and Wal- 
ford. 7 V 914. 

Palace and hovel. 1870 9 

Picked up in streets of ; by Rowe 91 

Police of ; by Colquhoun. 1806 

Ragged ; by Hollingshead. 1861 9 

Residence in ; by W^heaton. 1830 9 

Roll of fame. 1757-1884 94 

Romance of ; by Timbs. 1865 < 

Saunter thro. W. End ; by Hunt 91 

Social life ; by Nadal. 1875 9 

Society in. 1885 91 

Same 

Some acc't of citizens ; by Orridge < 

Stories of ; by Crossland *i 

The town ; by Hunt. 1859 91 

Tower of; Her Majesty's ; by Dixon. . . < 
Tower of; memoirs; by Britton and B . . < 

Tower of; memorials ; by De Ros ( 

Travels in town ; by Grant. 2 v g 

Twice round the clock ; by Sala 91 

Up and down ; by Lemon. 1867 q 

Walks in ; by Hare. 1878. 2v 91 

Westminster Abbey. Memorials by Stan- 
ley. 1868 ; and sup. 1869 • 

History; by Ackerman ■; 

Wilds of ; by Greenwood. 1881 91 

The world of ; by Vasili. 1885 91 

Young folks' hist. ; by Rideing * 

Man, Isle of. Guide ; by Jcnkinson. .914.: 
Med WAV. Views on the ; by Ireland. . . . q 
Middleham. Church, castle.etc; byAtthill 



♦ For younf? readers. 



ENGLAND.— LOCAL HISTORY. ETC. 



25 



Broads and rivers ; by Davies.914.2 142 

topo^. ; by Rye. 1881 914-2 72 

*TONSHiRE. Murray's h'd-b'k. 

914.2 W-28 

3ERLAND. Murray's h'd-b'k 

914.2 W-30 

:iRE. Murray's h'd-b'k 914.2 W-io 

Memorials; by Ingram and 

mx. 3 V 378 49 

spots around; by Rimmer ... .914.2 no 
Old country towns. 1881 914.2 119 

Murray's hand-book. 1878 . 914. 2 W-25 
IE. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1879. 914. 2 W-26 

SHIRE. Murray's h'd-b'k 914.2 W-ii 

Murray's hand-book. 1858. .914.2 W-8 
Murray's hand-book. 1858 . .914.2 W-9 
u/ Tavy; by Bray. 1836. 3 v.. .914.2 92 
the. Diet, of; by Dickens.. .914.2 W-20 
Q the; by Ireland. 1792. 2 v.. 914.2 29 
md the Cinque ports; by Bray- 

1817. 2 V 914.2 36 

. Murray's hand-b'k. 1861. 914.2 W-13 

ings in; by Roscoe 914.2 33 

. Murray's hand-b'k. 1860^914.2 W-14 
, antiq., etc.; by Malkin. 2 v. . 914.2 34 
n\d; by Borrow. 1862. 3 v... . 914.2 95 

sle of; by Adams. 1882 914.2 W-21 

s hand-book. 1858 914.2 W-8 

E. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1859. .914.2 W-ii 

FER. Historic; by Bramston and 

882 942 237 

Acc't of; by Stoughton. i862i 914.2 59 
by Tighe and D. 1858. 2 v. .942 B-40 

by Dixon. 1880. 4 v 942 102 

- day at; by Jessie. 1841. ...*.. 914.2 99 
ERSHIRE. Murray's h'd-b'k. . . 914. 2 W-24 
X. About; byMacquoid. 1883.. 914.2 137 
s hand-book. 1882 914.2 W-28 



Grose. Atlas of maps 9142 B-26 

Ho WITT. Ruined abbeys and castles 72314 

TiMRS. Abbeys, castles and halls. 2 v.. 942 162 
Vetusta monumenta. 3 v. 1767-1835. . .914.2 T-l 
Wright. Homes of other days. 1871 . 394 B-i 



ANTIQUITIE.S. 

Archaeological index 942.1 45 

1 topog. cabinet. 1807. 10 v. . 914.2 12 

Castles and abbeys 723 B-6 

tiquities. 1812. 2 v 9142 B-2 

Manual of archaeology. 1858. 942 161 
Popular antiquities. 1849. 3 v. . {394 i 

Architectural antiq. 1835. 5 v. 729 B-i 
.Mediaeval military architecture. 

2 V 723 12 

Merrie Eng. in olden time 914.2 124 

British castles. 1825 723 B-4 

«y Wright. Topog. diet. 3v.914.2W-1 
Liitiqaities. 1783. 8 v 914.2 B-18 

• For youog readers 



GENERAL TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 

Arnold. Little book about Gt. B 914.2 98 

Bailey. Eng. from a back window 914.2 105 

Black. Guide-b'k, Eng. and Wales . . .914.2 W-4 

Same. S. E. and S. W. counties. 2V.914.2 W-5 
British almanac and comp. 1828-51. 22 v. 314 18 
Brown. Am. fugitive in Europe. . 1855. 914.2 70 
BuRRiTT. London to Lands End. 1868. ♦914.2 51 

Walks in black country. 1869 914.2 50 

Carnegie. Am. four-in-hand. 1883 914.2 134 

Champney. Vassar girls in Eng ♦0288 03 

Chandler and Sharp. Bicycle tour. . .*9i4.2 123 

Collins. Rambles beyond railways 914.2 n8 

CoLTON. Four years in Gt. B. 2 v 914.2 63 

Cook. England. 1882 914.2 B-33 

Coxe. Impressions of Eng. 1869 98.2 2 

Drew. Glimpses. 1851 914.2 90 

English forests and trees. 1853 914. i 23 

Entick. Present state of empire. 4v. .. 914.28 

EscOTT. England. 1880 914. 2 109 

Fiske. English photographs. 1869 914.1 25 

Green. Short geography. 1880 914.2 131 

Hamilton, ^d. Gazetteer, Gt. B. and I. 

3 V 1^914.2 W-16 

Hassard. Pickwickian pilgrimage 914.2 130 

Haven. Pilgrim's wallet. 1867 914.2 64 

Hawthorne. English note-books. 2 v. 914.2 56 

Notes in Eng. and Italy. 1869 914.2 58 

Our old home. 1866 914.2 53 

Head. Home tour. 1835 914.2 49 

Heath. Peasant life in W. Eng. 1880.914.2 115 

HOPPEN. Old England. 1868 914.2 62 

HowiTT. Rural life. 1841 9142 22 

Visits to remarkable places. 1882 *9I4.2 132 

Humphrey. Gt. Brit., France, etc. 2 v.. 914.2 65 
Jennings. Field paths and lanes. 1878.. 914.2 55 

Jesse. Favorite haunts. 1847 914.2 39 

Lester. Glory and shame of Eng. 2 v. 914.2 60 
Lytton. England and English. 2 v.. . . 914.2 27 

McCuLLOCH. Acc't of empire. 2v 914.2 6 

Mackenzie. Am. in England. 1835. 2 v. 914.267 

Miller. First impressions. 1851 9142 52 

MiLNER. British islands 914.2 26 

Olmsted. Walks and talks. 1852. 2 v . . 914.2 45 
O'Rell. (Blouet.) John Bull and his 

island. 1884 914.2 140 

Our own country. 1880-1883. 6 v. . .♦914.2 B-28 

t For reference. 



36 



ENGLAND. — SCOTLAND. 



I^ftr!ius:e£:. Statistical abstract. U. K. 

i?:r-i>S3. 5v 31443 

F-WirrNO, Sketch of old Eng. iS22. 2 v. 914.2 47 

Pxt^infsque toar, S. coast. 1S49 914.2 B-4 

FoKTXR. Pn^gnrss of nation. 1836. 3 v. 314 13 

Rai*xck. England in 1S41. 2 v 914.2 43 

RlMMiK. About Eng. with Dickens 914.2 133 

Stiv«:s and homesteads. 1S77 914. 1 24 

SciTf'ER. English Bodley family ♦026S05 

:^I.L1M.VN. Journal. 1S05-1S06. 2 v... 914.2 40 

Taine. Notes on England. 1S72 914-2 42 

Thokne. Rambles by rivers. 1S45. 2 v.. 914. 2 127 

TiMKS. Ntx^ks and corners, 1S67 394 17 

Wuivr. Eng. v^-ithout and \s*ithin. i $$1.914. 2 122 
WiMER. English rambles. i$$4 914.2 130 

Trip to England. i$7i) 9t4«2 loS 

YoSiiE. S. iXHinties. Eng. and Wales. . .914.2 114 



UKITISM COLOMKS. 

AorON. Our colonial empire. iS5i 325 14 

BovRNE. Sion- oi our vvlonies. i>cy». . . vV42 145 
CorroN .tm,: Vvyne. ^.Vlonies and de- 
pendencies. l^^,; 3^5 10 

liRKV. Co!vn>i.»'. rv»:icv. i>a?. 2 v ;2? i 

Review of same: by Adder'.ey. i5c\i. .. 325 

l-ORNE. l:v.j>eria* teviera'.'.oti. i>>5 342.2 c? 

Mar I IN. His:. British vvlo-.vle.*. 4 v. . . . 042 t40 

Mafsiewx. v.V.o:::a' v-jUe^lio:*.. l?V.--. 325 7 

Seei E V . F \ v>a:*.'^v* r. o: K :*. c ' .iiu: . 1 5 > % . . 5 2 ^ i • 



S^'OrLANlX 

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' Johnstone. Hist. geog. of the clans 91^ 

' Keith. Church and State, to 1568. 3 v.. < 

Laing. Hist, of S. 1603-1709. 4v... 

LiPPiNCOTT. Bonnie Scotland. 1866 . . . * 

Logan. The Scottish Gael. 1833 

LoG.\N uiff/ McI.\N. Clans of the high- 
lands. 1357. 2 V 3 

Low. Hist, of S. to 9th cent. 1826 

M.\cARrHiE. History of S. 1874 

Historv of S. for schools. 18S0 *c 

Mary. Qui^n of Scots. And Froude*s 

historv- : by Meline. 1872 92 

Histoire; par Mignet. 1S54. 2 v 92 

History; by Nau. 1SS3 92 

In capti\-ity: by Leader. i35o 92 

Life: by Abbott. 1871 *92 

Lite: by Bell. 1S31. 2 v 92 

Life: by Chalmers. 1822. 2 v 92 

Life: by Lamanine. 1S59 92 

I -fc: by MacLeod. i$57 92 

Life: by Strickland. 1S73. 2 v 92 

Memoirs; by B<nger, 1S51. 2 v 92 

Memoirs: by Buckingham. 1S44. 2 v. 92 
Papers reliting :o. i $67 92 

Maxwell. BU:t:e hisiorv- of S. 1S70. . . 

Sea kings of Orkney. i$7*> 

Wars of Er.g. and S. i$7o 

MiLiXR. Maoauiay on S. 1^57 • 

Soer.es and legesJs. iSSi 

MvNiO. Ssxcrlsh lake dwellings. i$S2. . 

Na:'.er. N[or.:roMf and co\-enar.cers. 2 v. 

FiNKiRr. N. His:, of S. preceding 1056. 

K;r>jN. Anr.a!* of Caledonians. 2 v. . . 

K .' ?E 3L V >- N . K :r i^jT^s o f M ar\- and J ames 
VI r^25. 3v 

K. vs. S. >":>:jr%- ar.d literature to the re- 

:.*.-*• .i:ior :^?-t < 

Sv".". ".. :{.s:.'r; A S. 1530. 2 ^ 

•* ■ • jfc 

S'vyNv. Cc".:-c S-vclini. 1576. 3 v.... « 

. *;: ,-.-r:r-a:-:r. >:-.'~e. 1^7 j i 

>:vc : ■ >-k -.xv:^ ^ I sc?r ! "ar. y . 1 5 44. 2 v < 

S ^ . v". \.N V '^-i-^^ris . f S. i^52-'73. 7 v. 9 

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. . . " ■ » ■'►.... r. - ■ ( 

V^ •■ y V "l s;.T' .1" S. iJ4>-i':o3. 4 v. 

^u- •• .'i-.i: ■.' vj.-v .,■: < 

^ V • . v. <c X"-: ^vccry oc" il:- border.. 

\^ I ' I .'■;'. S ■ "^ 1. \i. ':y Taterson. *92 
^^ ■.■.:::>: .. '-a..- v;c.<-?v;rn l>7i.. 

\v - ■>■ ^.. ,• * •■i\Ls .: fcl^^ncurgii. 2 v., 9.) 

"•v ■ ^. •. -. i. ■ :a s. :?cj5. 2 v 

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SCOTLAND. — IRELAND. 



27 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 

r. Summer in Scotland. 1848 914. i 20 

SON. Guide to Highlands and 

lands. 1850 9I4-I W-4 

X. lona. 1871 914. 1 18 

ILEY. Highlands. 1881 914.1 W-6 

;iE. Altavona. 1882 914. i 47 

XY. Tour in Tartan-land. 1863.. 914. i 19 

M. Scenes in Scotland. 1833 914. i 10 

kNAN. Hebrid Isles. 1883 9i4>i 49 

d of Lome. 1871 914. i 16 

E. Shetland. 1879 914.1 W-5 

of the '* Htmiming Bird." 1864... 914.18 

INC. In the Hebrides. 1883 914. 1 51 

£. In the Orkneys 9I4>I 17 

. Scottish characteristics. 1883. ..914. i 50 
lART. Peter's letters. 1819. 3 v. 914. i 42 
CXLOCH. Western Islands. 2 v. . . 914. i 6 

estosame 914. i B-ii 

ITSON. Gaelic topography. 1869.. 914. 1 9 
int. Ag. and pol. state of S. 5 v. 914. i i 

istical acc't of S. 1791. 12 v 314 i 

. Summer in Skye. 1866 914. i 14 

IX, et al. Scotland delineated. . .'.914.1 R-i 
WORTH. Tour in Scotland. 1803. 914. i 13 



IRELAND. 

HISTORY AND ARCHEOLOGY. 

it Irish histories; Spencer, et al. 

09. 2v 94169 

AL. The American Irish. 1882.. 941 83 

ICAULT. Story of I. 1881 941 Pam. i 

, Ireland's case ; reply to Froude. 941 109 

\'lndici2e Hibemiae. 1819 941 87 i 

: Soc. Miscellany 8966 ■ 

K. Contests in I. i64i~'90. 1841. 941 90 - 

N. Speeches. 1815 329.2 23 

L Illustrated hist, of I. i86d 941 84 

Bird's-eye view of I. hist. 1882. 941 150 

years of I. hist. 1845-1849 941 77 

ig Ireland. i83i 941 76 

SON. I. before the conquest 941 97 

TRI<*K. Sham squire and informers 

1793 941 103 

fAsTJCRS. (O'Clery. et al.) Annals 

treland. 7 v 941 B-3 

L English in I. 1873. 3v 941 105 

r. Viceroys of I. 1865 941 93 

. The land-war in 1 941 95 

n. Misccl. works. 1822 329.2 63 

i. Select speeches. 1845. 329.224 

Antiquities of I. 1791. 2V..914.1 I4-4 



Haliday. Scandinavian Dublin. 1882.941 B-22 

Haverty. History of I. i860 941 85 

HiCKSON. I. in the 17th century. 2 v. . 941 145 
Joyce. Irish names of places. 1870. ... 911 4 

Keating. General hist, of I. 2 v 941 98 

Lecky. Leaders of opinion. 1871 923.2 86 

Lynch. Cambrensis eversus. 3 v 941 62 

McCarthy. Outline of Irish hist *94i 140 

McGee. Popular hist, of I. 1869. 2 v. 941 100 

MacGeoghegan. History of 1 941 li-16 

Madden. United Irishmen. 4 V 941 no 

Maxwell. I. rebellion in 1798. 1868.. 941 91 

Mitchell. History of I. 1868 941 B-is 

Life, etc., of Aodh O'Neill. 1868 941 115 

Moore. Hist, of I. (Lardner's cab. 

cycl.) 1835. 4v 941 130 

Murphy. Cromwell in I. 1883 941 141 

Mysteries of I.; secret soc's 1798-1883 . . . 941 144 
O'Connor, A. Chronicles of Eri. 2 v . . 941 65 

O'Connor, M. Military hist, of I 941 86 

O'CoNOR, W. A. Hist, of I. people. 

2v 941 147 

O'CuRRY. MS, materials of ancient I. 

hist. 1861 941 94 

O'DONOGHUE. The O'Briens, i860 94196 

O'DoNOVAN, fd. Book of rights 896 8 

O'Leary. Ireland among the nations ... 572 23 
Perraud. I. under Eng. rule. 1864... (^41 92 
Phillips, Curran, Grattan. Speeches. 

1831 329.2 22 

Plowden. Hist. rev. of state of I. 5 v. 941 71 

Plunkett. Speeches. 1865 329.2 34 

Prendergast. Cromwellian settlement . . 941 108 
R., A. B. Lake lore: Killarney. 1853..914.1 12 

Roger. Celticism a myth 941 152 

Savage. Fenian heroes. 1868 941 114 

Smith, Gold win. I. hist, and character. ()4i 104 

Stafford. Pacata Ilibernia. 2 v 941 88 

Sullivan. New Ireland. 187S -. 941 138 

The story of I. 1867 *94i 102 

Thebaud. The Irish race. 1873 941 38 

Thursfield. Enjjland and I. 1884. . . .*94i 151 
Walpole. Short hist, of I. to the Union. 941 137 
Warburton, et al. Hist, of Dublin. 

1818. 2v *: (>4i B-13 

Willis. Hist, of I. in lives of Irishmen. 

6 V 94T 78 

Wri(;ht. Hist, of I. 3 v 941 B-io 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 

Allen. Sportsman in Ireland. 2 v 914. i 30 

Bicheno. I. and its economy. 1830. . . . 914. l 32 
Black. Picturesciuc tourist, i860. .. .914. i \V-2 



• For youDgr readers. 



28 



IRELAND. — FRANCE. 



Carlyle. My Irish journey. 1849 914 

Carr. Stranger in Ireland. 1805 914 

Dill. Ireland's miseries. 1852 914 

Frazer. Hand-book for travelers ....914.1 
French thoughts on Irish evils. 1868. ... 914 

Hall. Ireland. 3 v 914 

Head. Fortnight in I. 1853 914 

Jephson. Notes on Irish questions 914 

Jones. Life's work in I. 1880 914 

King. The Irish question. 1882 914 

Martin. I. before and after union 914 

Martineau. Letters from I. 1852 914 

Nicholson. Ireland's welcome. 1844.. 914 

PiM. Condition and prospects of 1 914 

R., A. B. Lake lore; Killamey. 1853.. 914 

Russell. New views on I. 1880 914 

Senior. Journals, etc., relat'g to I. 2 v. 914 

Sigerson. Modem Ireland. 1868 914 

Trench. Realities of Irish life. 1870.. 914. i 141 
Tuke. Irish distress and its remedies . . . 914. i 34 



21 
35 

39 
W-i 

37 
22 

40 

29 

45 
48 

25" 

38 

36 

28 

12 

46 

26 

33 



FRANCE. '* 

BEFORE HUGH CAPE'f 

Charlemagne. And the Cariovingians ; 

from Guizot. 1880 944-2 9 

History ; by James. 1847 r. . 944.2 12 

Life ; by Cutts. 1882 ^. *944.2 11 

Life ; by Eginhard # . 944.2 8 

GOBINEAU. Ottarjarl etsa descendance. 944.2 7 
Godwin. Hist, of F. : Ancient Gaul .. . 944.1 i 

Masson. Early chronicles. 1881 944 133 

Perry. The Franks, to Pepin. 1857... 944.1 2 
RiTSON. Memoirs of Celts or Gauls 944>i 3 



THE CAPETIANS. 

Louis IX. (Saint), and the 13th cent.; 

from Guizot. 18S0 944-2 10 

Life ; by De Joinville. 1870 923.4 6 

Life ; by Guizot. 1869 922.4 3 

Memoires de Joinville. 2 v 944 49 

Extraits des manuscrits arabes 944 51 



THE HUNDRED YEARS' WAR. 
Arthur, Due de Bretagny. Memoires. 

1393-1457 944 55 

Boucicaut. Memoires 944 54 

Burgundy, Dues de, Histoire;' par Bar- 
ante. 12 v 944.2 13 

Charles V. Livre des faits ; par C. de 

Pisau 944 53 

Du Clercq. Memoires. 1448-1467 944 57 



Du GuESCLiN. Memoires. 3 v 

Iluers. Memoires relatifs k 

Joan of Arc. Life ; by Brdy. 1874 . . . 

Life ; by Tuckey. 1880 *9: 

Life and death ; by Parr. 1866. 2 v. . 
Memoires concernant 

Monstrelet. Chronicles, 1400-15 16. 2 v. 9. 



LOUIS XL TO HENRY II. 

Bayard, Chevalier. Hist. ; by the Ix)yal 
Serviteur. 1883 *95 

Life ; by Simms. i860 < 

Memoires du. 2 v 

Story of ; by Walford. 1871 *« 

CoMiNES. Memoires. 3 v 

Memoirs, trans. 2 v 

Du Bellay. Memoires. 5 v 

Francis I. and Charles V. ; from Guizot. . 

And the Renaissance ; from Guizot .... 

Court and reign ; by Pardoe. 2 v 

La March e. Memoires. 2 v 

La Mark. Memoires 

Louis XL Reign of; by Willert. 1877. 

Scandalous chron. ; by Troyes 

Louise de Savoy, Journal de 

Montluc. Memoires. 5 v 

Rabutw^. Commentaires des guerres. 3 v. 

Tremoille. Memoires 

TroyE. Chroniques de Louys de Valois, . 
Villeneuve. Memoires 



THE RELIGIOUS WARS.— THE Hi 

NOTS. 

Angouleme, Duke d\ Memoires 

BoiviN. Memoires. 5 v 

Bouillon. Memoires. 3 v 

Castelnau. Memoires. 6 v 

Catherine de Medicis. Girlhood ; by 

Trollope. 1856 91 

Caykt. Chronologic septennaire. 2 v. . 

La guerres, sous Henry IV. 5 v 

Choisnin. Memoires 

Cousin. Societe fran9aise au xvii^ siecle. 

1873. 2 V ( 

Fenelon. Memoires. 2 v 

Gamon. Memoires 

Henry IV. And the end of the wars of 
religion ; from Guizot. 1881 

Histoire de ; d'apres de Perefixe. 1853. 

Last decade of ; by Freer. 1863. 2 v. . 

Life ; by Abbott. 1856 * 

Life ; by James. 1847. 2 v. . . i 



• For young readers. 



FRANCE. — THE RELIGIOUS WARS, ETC. 



29 



)TS. 

Rise of the Huguenots. 2 v. . 274.4 ^ 
oenot emigrraticn to Am. 1885 . 274.4 13 
iiNG. Hist. Huguenots. 1845 . 274.4 24 
<Y, Admiral. Life; by Bersier. 923.4 169 

; by Besant. 1879 *923.4 20 

e 923.4 164 

Knres 94488 

A. Wars of the Hugiienots. 1871. 274.4 '5 
Huguenots in F. and Am. 2 v. 274.4 16 

>N. The Huguenots. 1881 274.4 12 

\JL. Pastors in the wilderness. 3 v. 274.4 21 
L Huguenots of the dispersion.. 274.4 20 
s. Huguenots in France. 1868. 274.4 25 

pienots in £. and I. 1868 274.4 26 

►. History of French Protestant 

igees. 1854. 2 V 274.4 18 

E. Massacre of St. Bartholomew 274.4 4 

:t. M^oires. 3 v 944 98 

D*Albret. Life ; by Freer. . . .923.4 162 

TRE. M^oires 944 88 

x. Observations 944 95 

lET of Navarre. Life ; by Freer. 

|. 2 V 923.4 12 

lRITE d€ Valets, M^oires 944 100 

r. Memoires 944 80 

Memoires 944 102 

I. Memoires 944 94 

Civil wars and monarchy, i6th 
17th cent's. 1852. 2 V 944.3 3 

1853. IV 944.3 5 

UBAN. Memoires 944 109 

Memoires (trans.) 1817. 5 v.. 944.3 17 

ES. Memoires. 3 v 944 74 

>e. Memoires. 2 v 944 loi 

ai.f.F.. Memoires. 6 v 944 76 

Y. Memoires d'Etat, 1 567-1604. .944 109 
X. Hist of F., 1 574-1610. 6 v. 944.3 6 



RICHELIEU.— MAZARIN. ' 
Austria, Regency of ; by Freer. 



3 V. 



944.3 23 

^ Austria and DoN Sebastian. 

s ; by Freer. 1865. 2 v 923.4 21 

*k£ great. Life; by Stanhope. .. 923.4 23 
Princes de. Hist. i6th, 17th 
s; by D'Aumale. 1872. 2 v. . . 944.3 28 
mxE, Duchess de. La jeunesse ; 

Cousin 923.4 129 

It la Froadc ; by Cousin 923.4 130 

li ; by Cousin. 1854 923.4 41 

, Marie. Memoires. 1881... 923.4 171 



l\ MLiiE.de Medici s. Life; by Pardoe. 1852.923.4 16 
MONTPENSIER, AT lie. de. Memoirs; by 

herself. 1848. 3 v 923.4 38 

Retz, Cardinal de. Memoirs. 3 V 923.4 24 

Richelieu, Career of. Reference list; 

by Foster. Vol. i 16 55 

Life ; by Masson. 1884 923.4 168 

Life ; by Robson. 1854 923.4 19 

Richeueu and Mazarin. Secret hist.; 

by Cousin. 1872' 944*3 25 



LOUIS XIV.— LOUIS XV. 

Ellis. True history of the ' * iron mask." . 944.4 12 
JoLi, Guy. Memoirs. i648-'65. 3 v.. 923.4 27 

Lacroix. The i8th century, France 394 B-6 

Louis XIV. Age of ; by Martin ; trans. 944.4 3 
And the Court ; by Pardoe. 1868. 2 v. 944.4 5 

Same. 1847. 2 v 944'4 7 

And his contemporaries 840 202 

Das zeitalter ; von Philippson. 1879. . 944.4 56 
Et son si^cle ; par Dumas. 1874. 2 v. 944.4 39 
Heroes, etc., of the time of ; by Challice. 

• 1863. 2 V 944.4 21 

Hist, by Abbott. 1871 *923.4 30 

Life and times ; by James. 1851. 2 v. 944.4 9 
Memoirscf Court; by Anquetil. 1791. 2 v. 944.4 i 

Si^cle de r par Voltaire. 2 v 840 135 

Same. 3 v 944-4 36 

Supplement au Si^cle de 840 142 

Louis XV. The King's secret; by 

Broglie. 2 v 944.4 34 

Private life of. 1781. 4 v 944.4 26 

Maintenon, Madame de. Memoir; by 

Bennett. 1880 923.4 158 

Marmontel. Regence du Due d'Orleans. S40 329 
Orleans, House of. Memoirs 17th, i8th 

cent's ; by Taylor. 1849. 3 ^ 944.4 44 

Saint Simon, Duke de. Ecrits inedits. 

1880. 6 v 944.4 47 

Life ; by Collins. 1880 928.4 70 

Memoires. 1691-1723. 19 v 923.4135 

Memoirs, trans. 4 v 923.4 32 

Thiers. Mississippi bubble , 133 85 

Same 133 86 

TOPIN. Man with the iron mask. 1870, .944.4 11 
Turenne, il/arj^a/. Life; by Cockayne. . 923 6 



LOUIS XVI. 

Campan. Conversations 944*5 I34 

Jackson. French court and soc. 1881. 2 v. 944.5 189 
The old regime. 1880. 2 v 944-4 41 



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22 



ENGLAND. — GENERAL HISTORY. ETC. 



*942 185 

3v J942 B-3 



GUIZOT. Popular hist, of E. 1837-74.942 B-39>4 

Hack. Stories of olden times. 2 v *942 151 

Hall. Princesses, from Geo. L 1871.. 923. 2 39 
Haluwell, ed. Letters of Kings of Eng. 

1848. 2 V 942 100 

Henry. Hist. Great Britain. 12 v 942 64 

Howell. State trials to 1820. 34 v 345.2 14 

Hume. Hist, to James H. 1863. 6 v.. 942 191 

Same. 1868. 6 v 942 39 

Same. 6 v 942 45 

Same, abr*g'd and cont'd to 1858. i v.. 942 109 

Same, abr'g'd and cont'd to 1878. i v . 942 no 

Jones. Recollections of royalty. 2v — 942 102 

KliGHTLEY. Hist, of Eng. 1859. 2 V. 942 228 

Knight. Crown hist, of Eng. 1870.... *942 76 

Half hours of Eng. hist. 1869 942 24 

Pictorial hist, of Eng. 1838. 8 v 942 B-14 

Popular hist, of E. 1857. 8v 9425 

Knox. Little folk's hist '942 93 

Same *942 94 

Lancelot. Queens of Eng. 1858. 2 v, . 923.2 3 
LiNGARD. Hist, of Eng. 1837. 13 v.. 94251 

LossiNG. Hist, of Eng. 1871 *942 79 

Low ayk/ Pulling. Diet, of Eng. hist. .{942 104 

McCalman. Abridg'd hist, of Eng 942 208 

Mackintosh. Hist, of Eng. 1830. 3 v. 942 86 
Same, cont'd by Wallace & Bell. 10 v.. 942 209 
Macray. Manual of British hist, to 1600. 16 5 
MOLEVILLE. Chronolog. abridgem't of 

hist. 1818. 4v 94220 

New school hist, of Eng. 1870 *942 81 

NICOLL. Great movements. 18S1 ♦920.2 72 

NicoLSON. Eng. hist. library. 1696 16 14 

Philips. Picturesque hist. 1884 *942 247 

Ranke. Hist, of Eng., 17th cent. 6 v. . 942 14 
Rapin de Thoyras. Hist, of Eng. 2 v, 942 R-7 

Reed. Lect's on Eng. hist., etc 942 107 

Regnault. Criminal hist, of Eng. gov't. 942 102 

Sanderson. Hist. British Empire 942 230 

Smith, W. Smaller hist. Eng. 1870 *942 So 

Strickland. Bachelor kings. 1861 923.2 32 

Queens of England. 1859. 6 v 923.2 12 

Same. 1864. 6v 923.25 

Same, abridged. 1S7S 923.2 11 

Same. 1879 923.2 iS 

Tales of heroes. 186.9. • • • 
Thomas. Historical notes. 
Thompson, A. B. Victoria hist. 1865.. 94285 

Same. 1876 942 85/ < ■ 

Thompson, E. Hist, of Eng. 1873 *942 83 

TOMLIN. Hist, of Eng. 1845. 3 v 942 B-io 

Trcvelyan papers, prior to 155S 942 136 

Same, Pt. 2. 1442-1643 942 138 

Same, Pt. 3. i477-i64^» 942 201 1 

♦ For yount; readers. 



Vaughan. Revolut's in Eng. hist. 3 v. . 
Wade. British hist, chronolog. ar. 1847. 
Whitlocke. Memorials of affairs, to 

James I. 1709 < 

WiLLis-BuND. Selections from state trials. 

1327-1660 3 

YoNGE. Aunt Charlotte's stories. 1882 . .♦« 

Cameos from English history. 5 v < 

Kings of England. 1870 ^ 



MILITARY AND NAVAL HISTOl 
Adams. Famous regiments * 

Famous ships. 1863 ♦ 

Memorable battles in English history. . .*( 
Allen. Battles of the navy. 1852. 2 v. . . < 
Barrow. Naval worthies, Eliz.'s reign. .92 

Mutiny of the " Bounty." 1883 *3 

Brassey. British navy. 1882. 5 v 3 

BuRNEY. Boys' Manual ♦ 

Campbell. Naval hist. 1818. 8v < 

Clinton. Crecy to Assye. 1S81 ( 

Connolly. Royal sappers and miners. 2 v. 

Defences of Eng. 1862 355-2 

Glascock. Naval service. 1836. 2 v.. 

Gleig. Chelsea hospital. 1838. 3 v 

Grant. Recent British battles. 1884 . .35 

Great battles of the army c 

Herbert. Great mutinies. 1S76 ♦ 

Kingston. Our sailors. 1865 

Lediard. Naval hist, of E. 1735. 2 v. 9.; 
Leveson. England impregnable. 1871.. 

Same 

MacKinnon. Coldstream guards. 2 v. . 

Naval sketch-book. 1826. 2 v 

Neale. Mutinies: Nore and Spithead. . . 
Nicols. Hist, of navy (to 1421). 2 v. . . 
O'Byrne. The Victoria cross. i856-'8o. 
Stocquei.er. Hist. British army. 1871..35 

Troyte. Through the ranks. 1881 3 

Urquiiart. Invasion of Eng. 1860.355.2 
Valentine. Sea fights and land battles. . « 
YoNGE. Hist. British navy. 1866. 3 v. . . « 



CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY.— GO' 

MENT— POLITICS. 
Allen. The royal prerogative. 1849 ... 3 
Amos. Fifty y'rs of the const. i83o-'S<). . 3 

F.ng. const., reign of Chas. II. 1S57. . 3 

Andkrson. .Scenes in the commons 3 

B.vc.KHOT. Eng. constitution. 1867 3 

Parliamentary reform. 1SS3 3 

Beaconsfield. Selected speeches. 2 v.. 3 
Birch. Index of styles and titles of sov- 
ereigns 

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23 



Short hist, of parliament. 2 v. . 342.2 58 
ROKE, //a/. The Craftsman. 14 v. 329.2 48 
'GH. Impeachment of the House 
ninswick. 1875 3235 

Speeches. 1868. 2 v 329.2 40 

Const, hist., Chas. I. to restora- 

, 1866. 3v 942.410 

AM. Speeches. 1857. 2 v 329.2 64 

Speeches. 1816. 4 v 329.2 10 

;. Select speeches. 1835 329.2 21 

f. English Liberties. 1721 342.22 

RS. Local government. 1883... 342.2 60 
\ Select's from pol. works. 6 v. , 329. 2 28 
: and Hansard. Parliamentary 
3ry. 1066-1803. 24 V 328.2 I 

Pol. writings. 1867. 2 v 329.2 36 

ics. 1870. 2 V 329.2 38 

tion (The) violated. 1871 342.2 28 

Hist, of party. 1836. 3 V 363 i 

Locient parliamentary elections. . . . 342.2 24 
n bills of 1866-1867 342.2 25 

Imperial and colonial const's. . . 342.2 13 
English constitution. 1869 342.2 12 

Public life in England. 1884 . . 342.2 62 
ME. The Eng. const. 1838. 2 v, 342.2 3 

Manual of dignities. 1844 323 2 

Political survey. 1868 329.2 42 

Civil service in Gr't B. 1880. . . 351.2 5 
m reform. 1867 329.2 43 

Our constitution. 1867 342.2 14 

rown and its advisers. 1870 342.2 16 

ITS of the house of lords. 1881. . . 342.2 42 
J Reform Almanac. 1878-84. 5v.t3i4 B-i 
» The Eng. constitution. 1863. . 342.2 10 
NQUE an J HoLUSWORTH. How 

ire governed. 1868 *342.2 15 

H. Hist, of trial by jury 349 10 

N. Growth of constitution. 1873.342.2 18 
. Manual of const, hist. 1875. ..342.2 20 

Self-gov't, communalderfassung 
verwaltung^gerichte in Eng 342.2 59 

Index to municipal ofHces 351.2 4 

ive folk-moots. 1880 321 3 

Political problems. 1870 329.2 44 

: papers. 1852. ^v 329.26 

H. M. civil service 351.2 i 

. Const, history, Henry VII. to 

rge II. 1829. 3v 342.25 

Student series 342.2 32 

DX. Quarter sessions, Elizabeth to 

c. 187S 942.4 44 

D. List of parliamentar}- papers. | 

»-i872 32S. 2 32 : 

nentary debates. 1813-1816. 6 v. 328.225 1 

♦ For young readers. 



Harris. Hist, radical party. 1885 36318 

Hazlitt, f{f. Eloquence of British sen- 
ate. 1810. 2v 329.270 

House of commons. Reports from com- 
mittees. 1715-1801. 16 V. . . i . .328.2 D-B-i 
House of lords. Debates on franchise bill. 329.2 72 
HusKissoN. Speeches, memoirs. 3 v. . . 329.2 25 
Jennings. Parliamentary anecdote 342.2 38 

Anecdotal hist, of parliament. 1881. . . .342.2 39 
Junius letters; fi/. by Wade. 1881. 2 v. . . 329.2 i 

Same. 1836. 2 v 329.2 3 

Identity of. 1818 329.25 

King, Z^r^. Speeches and writ'gs. 1844. 329.2 35 

Kirk. Social politics. 1870 314 i6 

Langel. England, pol. and social. 1874. 323 4 
Latchford. Wit and wisdom, parliam't. 328.2 33 
Magna Charta. (Fac simile) 342.2 40 

Hist, and defence. 1769 342.2 19 

Marvin. Our public offices. 1882 351.2 6 

Maurice. Workman and franchise. 1866.342.2 23 
May. Const, hist. Eng. 1 760-1 860. 2 v. 342.2 8 
O'CoNNELL, D. Speeches, etc. 1875. 2 v. 329.2 66 
Palgrave. House of commons. 1869. . 342.2 26 
Parliament. Index to sessional papers. 

1 807-1 863. (Bost. P. L. Cat. 2 v.). . 18 B-i 

Civil-service inquiry com. reports. 1875- 

1876. 2 V 351.2 B-4 

Civil-service comV rep't. 1856 351.2 B-i 

Rep't on Civil-service. 1854 351.2 2 

Papers relating to same 351.2 3 

Papers relating to Civil-service 351-2 B-7 

Papers relat'g to elections. i875-'78. .342.2 B-i 
Select com. report on civil-service ap- 
pointments. i860 351.2 B-2 

Same. On civil-service writers. 1873..351.2 B-3 

Paul. Hist, of reform. 1884 342.2 63 

Peel. Opinions. 1850 329.2 62 

Pirr. Speeches. 1806. 4 v 329.2 14 

Privy Council, The. 1S72 342.2 Pam. 2 

Probvn, ^f/. Local gov't and taxat'n 342.2 33 

Rannie. Hist, outline of const. 1881 .*342.2 43 
Rowley. Settlem't of const. 16S9-1784.942.5 90 

Seager. Representation act. 1884 342.2 64 

Sheridan. Speeches. 3 v 329.2 18 

Smith, GoLuwiN. ThrceEng. statesmen. 342.2 27 
Smith, P. V. Eng. institutions. 1873.. 342.2 17 
Squire. Foundfition of const. 1745.... 342.2 I 
Stephen. Eng. thouj,^ht, i 8th cent. V. 2. 19286 
Stubbs. Const, hist. (to 15th Cent.) 

1877. 3 V 342.2 29 

Stubbs, a/. Select charters, to Edward I. 342.2 34 
SwiFP. Pol. tracts, etc. (v .4 to 8, and v. 

12 of works) S20.2 56 

Syme. Representative gov't in Eng 324 71 

t For reference. 



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ENGLAND. — CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY, ETC. 



Taswell-Langmead. Eng. const, hist.. 342.2 41 
Taylor. The glory of regality. 1820. . . 323 7 

ToOKE. Hist, of the boroughs. 3 v 942 146 

Traill. Central gov't. 188 1 342.2 44 

TWYSDEN. On the gov't of Eng 323 I 

Urquhart. Queen and premier . . . .342.2 Pam. i 
Vine. Eng. municipal inst's. 1835-79 . 342.2 37 
Walpole. Electorates and legislature. . . 342.2 45 
YoNGE, C. D. Const, hist. 1760-1860. . 342.2 57 



LOCAL HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION. 

Avon. Views on upper ; by Ireland 914.2 32 

Berks. Murray's h'd-b'k. i860 914.2 W-io 

Bucks. Murray's h'd-b'k. i860 914.2 W-io 

Cambridge. Memorials; by Wright, Le 

Keux, et al. 2 v 378 44 

Dict'y of ; by Dickens. 1884 ^ . . 378 74 

Channel Islands. Acc't ; by Inglis 914.2 38 

Guide to ; by Bevan. 1884 914.2 W-23 

Cheshire. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1879. .914.2 \V-26 
Cornwall. In western; by Halliwell.. .914.2 113 

Murray's h'd-b'k. 1859 914. 2 \V-12 

Unsentimental journey ; by Craik 914.2 B-i 

Derbyshire. Rambles; by Jennings.. 914.2 117 

Devon. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1859 914.2 \V-12 

.Same. 1879 914.2 W-29 

Naturalist on the coast ; by Gosse 508 1 3 

DORAN. Our great towns. 1877 942 206 

Dorsetshire. Murray's h'd-b'k 914.2 W-ii 

Dover Castle. Hist., etc. ; by Darell. 

1797 914.2 Ii-27 

Durham. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1873. . .914.2 W-30 

Epping Forest ; by Buxton. 1885 914.2 71 

Eton. Rambles round ; by Rimmer. . . .914.2 126 
Freeman. Eng. towns and dist's. 1883. 942 244 
Gloucestershire. Murray's h'd-b'k. 914. 2 \V-24 
Harrow. Rambles round ; by Rimmer. 

1882 914.2 126 

Hampshire. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1858 . .914.2 \V-8 
Herefordshire. Murray's h'd-b'k . .914.2 \V-24 

KE.NILWORTH. Beck's guide to 723 15 

Kent. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1858 914.2 W-9 

With Dickens in ; by Frost. 1880 914.2 iii 

Lakes, The. Miss Martineau's guide. 914. 2 \V-31 
As interpreted by Wordsworth; by 

Knight 821.2 512 

Lancashire. Murray's h'd-b'k 914. 2 W-27 

Liverpool. Hist.; by Baines. 1852... 942 106 
London. Andenvirons; by Baedecker.914.2 W-19 

And its celebrities ; by Jesse. 2 v 914.2 75 

And its environs ; by Shepherd 914. 2 B-9 

And Westminster ; by Timbs. 2 v 914. 2 73 

Curiosities of ; by Timbs. 1868 914.2 77 



London. Curiosities of life; by Smith. . . 9 

Diet, of ; by Dickens. 1879 914.S 

Environs of ; by Lysons. 1811. 2 v.. 94 
Greater ; by Walford. 1883. 2 v. . .914. 

Haunted ; by Thombury. 1S65 9 

Hist, and antiq. ; by Allen. 5 v ( 

Hist, and descript. ; Knight ed. 3 V. .91^ 

Hist. ; by Hunter. i8n. 2 v 94 

Hist, with sup. ; by Loftie. i883-'84. . < 
In the 1 8th cent. ; by Malcolm. 2 v . . 

Leicester Square ; by Taylor. 1874 ( 

Lights and shadows ; by Grant. 2 v. . . 9 

Literary and hist. ; by Saunders 9 

Literary land m'ks ; by Hutton. 1885 . .92 

Living ; by Sala. 1883 91 

Londoniana ; by Walford. 1879. 2v.. < 
Low-life deeps ; by Greenwood. 1881. .91 

Memories of ; by Saunders. 1852 q 

Metropolitan improvem'ts ; by Shepherd. 

1827 91. 

Mystic ; by Davies. 1875 91 

Night side of ; by Ritchie. 1869 9 

Old and new ; by Thombury and Wal- 
ford. 7 V 914. 

Palace and hovel. 1870 9 

Picked up in streets of ; by Rowe 91 

Police of ; by Colquhoun. 1806 

Ragged ; by Hollingshead. 1861 9 

Residence in ; by Wheaton. 1830 g 

Roll of fame. 1757-1884 9- 

Romance of ; by Timbs. 1865 

Saunter thro. W. End ; by Hunt 91 

Social life ; by Nadal. 1875 g 

Society in. 1885 91 

Same 

Some acc't of citizens ; by Orridge > 

Stories of ; by Crossland * 

The town ; by Hunt. 1859 91 

Tower of; Her Majesty's ; by Dixon. . . 
Tower of; memoirs; by Britton and B . . 

Tower of; memorials ; by De Ros 

Travels in town ; by Grant. 2 v q 

Twice round the clock ; by Sala 91 

Up and down ; by Lemon. 1867 c 

Walks in ; by Hare. 1878. 2v 91 

Westminster Abbey. Memorials by Stan- 
ley. 1868 ; and sup. 1869 

History; by Ackerman 

Wilds of ; by Greenwood. 188 1 9] 

The world of ; by Vasili. 1885 91 

Young folks' hist. ; by Rideing * 

Man. Isle of. Guide ; by Jenkinson. .914. 

Med WAY. Views on the ; by Ireland ( 

MiDDLEiiAM. Church, castle.etc; byAtthill 



♦ For younf? readers. 



ENGLAND.— LOCAL HISTORY, ETC. 



25 



Broads and rivers ; by Davies . 914. 2 142 

topog. ; by Rye. 1881 914.2 72 

TONSHIRK. Murray's h*d-b'k. 

914.2 \V-28 

tERLAND. Murray's h'd-b'k 

914.2 W-30 

IRE. Murray's h'd-b'k 914.2 W-io 

Memorials; by Ingram and 

ux, 3 V 378 49 

spots around; by Rimmer 914.2 no 

Old country towns. 1881 914.2 119 

Murray's hand-book. 1878.914.2 W-25 
IE. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1879. 914. 2 W-26 

>HIRE. Murray's h'd-b'k 914.2 W-ii 

Murray's hand-book. 1858. .914.2 W-8 
Murray's hand-book. 1858 . .914.2 W-9 
d Tavy; by Bray. 1836. 3 v.. .914.2 92 
he. Diet, of; by Dickens.. .914.2 W-20 
1 the; by Ireland. 1792. 2 v.. 914.2 29 
ind the Cinque ports; by Bray- 

1817. 2 V 914.2 36 

Murray's hand-b'k. 1861. 914.2 W-13 
ings in; by Roscoe 914.2 33 

Murray's hand-b'k. 1860^914.2 W-14 
, antiq., etc.; by Malkin. 2 v. . 914.2 34 
•'ild; by Borrow. 1862. 3 v... . 914.2 95 

sle of; by Adams. 1882 914.2 W-21 

s hand-book. 1858 914.2 W-8 

E. Murray's h'd-b'k. 1859. .914.2 W-ii 
"ER. Historic; by Bramston and | 

882 942 237 

Acc't of ; by Stoughton. 1862. 914.2 59 
by Tighe and D. 1858. 2 v. .942 B-40 

by Dixon. 1880. 4 v 942 102 

' day at; by Jessie. 1841. ...*.. 914.2 99 
ERSHIRE. Murray's h'd-b'k. . .914.2 W-24 
E. About; byMacquoid. 1883. .914.2 137 
s hand-book. 1882 914.2 W-28 



Grose. Atlas of maps 914.2 B-26 

HowiTT. Ruined abbeys and castles 72314 

TiMBS. Abbeys, castles and halls. 2 v.. 942 162 
Vetusta monumenta. 3 v. 1767-1835 . . .914.2 T-i 
Wright. Homes of other days. 1871 . 394 B-i 



ANTIQUITIES. 

Archxolog^cal index 942.1 45 

1 topog. cabinet. 1807. 10 v. . 914.2 12 

Castles and abbeys 723 B-6 

:iquities. 1812. 2 v 914.2 B-2 

Manual of archaeology. 1858. 942 161 
Popular antiquities. 1849. 3 V.. ^394 I 

Architectural antiq. 1835. 5 v. 729 B-i 
Vfediseval military architecture. 

2v 72312 

Merric Eng. in olden time 914.2 124 

Bn'tisli castles. 1825 723 B-4 

«/ Wright. Topog. diet. 3v.914.2W-1 
Dtiqaities. 1783. 8 v 914.2 B-i8 

• For youog readers. 



GENERAL TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 

Arnold. Little book about Gt. B 914.2 98 

Bailey. Eng. from a back window 914.2 105 

Black. Guide-b*k, Eng. and Wales . . .914.2 W-4 

Same. S. E. and S. W. counties. 2V.914.2 W-5 
British almanac and comp. i828-'5i. 22 v. 314 18 
Brown. Am. fugitive in Europe. 1855.914.270 
Burritt. London to Lands End. i868.*9i4.2 51 

Walks in black country. 1869 914.2 50 

Carnegie. Am. four-in-hand. 1883 914.2 134 

Champney. Vassar girls in Eng *0288 03 

Chandler and Sharp. Bicycle tour. . .*9i4.2 123 

Collins. Rambles beyond railways 914.2 118 

COLTON. Four years in Gt. B. 2 v 914.2 63 

Cook. England. 1882 914.2 B-33 

CoxE. Impressions of Eng. 1869 98.2 2 

Drew. Glimpses. 1851 914.2 90 

English forests and trees. 1853 914. 1 23 

Entick. Present state of empire. 4v. . . 914.2 8 

EscOTT. England. 1880 914. 2 109 

Fiske. English photographs. 1869 914. i 25 

Green. Short geography. 1880 9142 131 

Hamilton, ed. Gazetteer, Gt. B. and I. 

3 v ^914.2 W-16 

Hassard. Pickwickian pilgrimage 914.2 130 

Haven. Pilgrim's wallet. 1867 914.2 64 

Hawthorne. English note-books. 2 v. 914.2 56 

Notes in Eng. and Italy. 1869 914.2 58 

Our old home. 1866 914.2 53 

Head. Home tour. 1835 914. 2 49 

Heath. Pea.sant life in W. Eng. 1880.914. 2 115 

HOPPEN. Old England. 1868 914.2 62 

IIowiTT. Rural life. 1841 914. 2 22 

Visits to remarkable places. 1882 *9I4.2 132 

Humphrey. Gt. Brit, France, etc. 2 v.. 914.2 65 
Jennings. Field paths and lanes. 1878.. 914.2 55 

Jesse. Favorite haunts. 1847 9142 39 

Lester. Glory and shame of Eng. 2 v. 914.2 60 

Lytton. England and English. 2 v 914.2 27 

McCuLLOCH. Acc't of empire. 2 v 914.2 6 

Mackenzie. Am. in England. 1835. 2 v. 914.2 67 

Miller. First impressions. 1851 914.2 52 

MiLNER. British islands 9142 26 

Olmsted. Walks and talks. 1852. 2 v . . 914.2 45 
O'Rell. (Blouet.) John Bull and his 

island. 1884 914.2 140 

Our own country. 1 880-1 883. 6 v. . .*9I4.2 B-28 

% For reference. 



26 



ENGLAND.— SCOTLAND. 



Parliament. Statistical abstract. U. K. 

1877-1883. 5v 31443 

Paulding. Sketch of old Eng. 1822. 2 v. 914.2 47 

Picturesque tour, S. coast. 1849 914-2 B~4 

Porter. Progress of nation. 1836. 3 v. 314 13 

Raumer. England in 1 841. 2 v 914-2 43 

RiMMER. About Eng. with Dickens 914-2 133 

Streets and homesteads. 1877 914. i 24 

SCUDDER. English Bodley family •026805 

SiLLiMAN. Journal. 1805-1806. 2 v... 914.2 40 

Taine. Notes on England. 1872 914*2 42 

Thorns. Rambles by rivers. 1845. 2 v.. 914.2 127 

TiMBS. Nooks and comers. 1867 394 17 

White. Eng. without and within. 1 881.914. 2 122 
Winter. English rambles. 1884 914.2139 

Trip to England. 1879 914.2 108 

YoNGE. S. counties. Eng. and Wales. . .914.2 114 



BRITISH COLONIES. 

Acton. Our colonial empire. 1881 

Bourne. Story of our colonies. 1869. . . 
Cotton and Payne. Colonies and de- 
pendencies. 1883 

Grey. Colonial policy. 1853. 2 v 

Review of same; by Adderley. 1869. . . 

LORNE. Imperial federation. 1885 

Martin. Hist. British colonies. 4 v. . . . 

Mathews. Colonial question. 1872 

Seeley. Expansion of England. 1883. . 
SiTWEi.L. Growth of E. colonies. 1884. 



325 14 
942 145 

325 l6 

325 1 

325 6 

342.2 65 

942 140 

325 7 
325 17 

325 18 



SCOTLAND. 

HISTORY AND ARCILEOLOGV. 

Anderson. S. in early Christ'n times. 2 v. 941 135 

Scotland in pagan times. 18S3 941 142 

Black. Guide thro' Edinburgh. 1858. 914. i W-3 
Browne. Hist, highlands and clans. 4 v.. 941 116 
Buchanan. Historj' of S. 1827. 4 V,. 941 i 
Burns. War of independence. 1874. 2 v. 941 33 

Burton. History of S. to 1688. 7 v 

The Scot abroad. 1864. 2 v 

Chamhers. Domestic annals of S. 3 v. . 



941 
941 
941 



II 

54 

35 
Traditions of Edinburgh. 1869 941 58 

Collier. Hist, of S. for schools. i8So..*94i 129 

Denholm. Hist, of Glasgow. 1804.... 941 57 

Grant. Castle of Edinburgh. 1862 .... 941 59 

Old and new Edinburgh. 1881. 3 v. .(^41 B-19 

Grose. Antiquities of S. 1789. 2 v. . .914.1 B-2 

Historical tales of the wars. 4 V *94i 49 

Innes. Sketches of early hist. 1861 941 39 



I 



Johnstone. Hist. geog. of the clans. . . .94 
Keith. Church and State, to 1568. 3 v.. 9 
Laing. Hist, of S. 1603-1709. 4v... 
LiPPiNCOTT. Bonnie Scotland. 1866 . . . • 

Logan. The Scottish Gael. 1833 

Logan and McIan. Clans of the high- 
lands. 1857. 2v 31 

Low. Hist, of S. to 9th cent. 1826 

MacArthur. History of S. 1874 

History of S. for schools. 1880 '9 

Mary, Queen of Scots, And Froude's 

history; by Meline. 1872 92; 

Histoire; par Mig^et. 1854. 2 v. . . .92; 

History; by Nau.. 1883 92: 

In captivity; by Leader. 1880 92^ 

Life; by Abbott. 1871 *92^ 



92: 
92: 



923 
922 



Life; by Bell. 1831. 2 v 

Life; by Chalmers. 1822. 2 v 

Life; by Lamartine. 1859 92' 

Life; by MacLeod. 1857 92; 

Life; by Strickland. 1873. 2 v. . . . 

Memoirs; by Banger. 1851. 2 v. . . 

Memoirs; by Buckingham. 1S44. 2 v. 92; 

Papers relating to. 1867 92; 

Maxwell. Battle history of S. 1S70. . . 

Sea kings of Orkney. 1870 

Wars of Eng. and S. 1870 

Miller. Macaulay on S. 1857 9 

Scenes and legends. 1881 

MuNRO. Scottish lake dwellings. 1882.. 
Napier. Montrose and covenanters. 2 v. 
Pinkerton. Hist, of S. preceding 1056. 
RiTSON. Annals of Caledonians. 2 v. . . 
Robertson. Reigns of Mary and James 
VI. 1825. 3v 

Ross. S. history and literature to the re- 
formation. 1884 9 

Scott. History of S. 1830. 2 v 

Tales of a grandfather. 3 v 

Skene. Celtic Scotland. 1876. 3 V. 

The coronation stone. 1879 

Spottiswoode Miscellany. 1844. 2 v. 
Strickland. Queens of S. i852-*73. 7 v. 9; 

Tales of Scottish chivalry' 

Taylor. The Braemar highlands. 1869. 

Pictorial hist, of S. 2 v 9 

Tytler. History of S. 1249-1603. 4 v. 

Memorable wars of S 

Veitch. Hist, and poetry of the border. . 
Wallace, 5/rW. Life; byPaterson. *92 
White. Battle of Ban nockburn. 1871.. 
Wilson. Memorials of Edinburgh. 2 v.. 94 

Prehistoric annals. 1863. 2 v 

Reminiscences of old Edinburgh. 2 v. 



* For young readers. 



SCOTLAND. 
TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 

r. Summer in Scotland. 1EI4B gt4.i so 

SON. Gaide to Highlands and 

lands. 1850 914.1 W-4 

1- lona. 1S71 914. t iB 

ILBY. Highlands. 18B1 gi4.i W-6 

3M. AlUvona. 1BS2 914.147 

XV. Tour in Taitan-land. 1863. .914.1 19 

N. Scenes in Scotland. 1833 914.' 10 

ofAS. Hebrid Isles. 1BS3 914.149 

dofLome. 1871 9M'I i^ 

(. Shetland. 1879 914.1 W-j 

of the " Humming Bird." 1S64... 914.1 B 

U(c. In the Hebrides. 1S63 914. 1 Jl 

I. In the Orkneys 914.) '7 

. Scottish characteristics. 1883... 914.1 so 
lAKT. Peler's letters. 1S19. 3 v. 914.1 43 
CLLOCH. Western Islands, a v. . . 914. 1 6 

n tosame 914.1 B-11 

ITSON. Gaelic topography. 1869.. 914.19 
UK. Ag. and pol. state of S. 5 v. 914. 1 1 

iMical acc't of S. 1791. 13 v 314 i 

Summer in Skye. 1B66 914-I 14 

a.,tla/. Scoilanddelinealed...-.gi4.i R-i 
KOKTII. Tour in Scotland. 1803.914,1 13 

IRELAND. 

HISTORY AND ARCH.^iOLOGy. 

t Irish histories; Spencer, it al. \ 

09- 3 V 941 69 1 

Al. The American Irish. 18S3. . 941 83 j 

(CAL-LT. Story of I. 1861 941 Pam. i I 

Ireland's case ; reply to Froude. 941 log 

VindicisE Hibemicx. I8ig 941 87 1 

Soc. Miicelbny 8966 • 

x. Comestsiol. 1641-90. 1841. 94190 

». Speeches. 1815 319.133 ; 

:. Illustrated hist, of I. 186S 941 84 

Bird's.«ye view of I. hist. iB83. 941 150 

years of I. hist. 1B45-1849 941 77 

ig Ireland. 18S1 941 76 

iOH. f. before the conquest 941 97 

TKi'K. Sham squire and informers 

1793 941 103 

lA-sTEBS. (O'Clery. ^/fl/.) .\nnaU 

reland. 7 v 941 I!-3 

L Knglishinl. 1873. jv 941 105 

■. Vicerojs of I. 1865 941 93 

The land-war in 1 94' 95 

Miscel. works. 1832 329,3 63 

. .Select speeches. 1845 339.3 24 

intiqnitiesof I. I79I- 3 v, .914.1 11-4 



-IRELAND. 



37 



Hauday. Scandinavian Dublin. iSBz.^i B-33 

Havbrtv. History of 1. 1B60 94i 8$ 

HicKSON. I. in the 17th century. 2 v. . 941 145 

Joyce. Irish names of places. 1870 911 4 

K&ATlNU, General hist, of I. 3 v 941 98 

Leckv. Leaders of opinion. 1S71 933.3 86 

Lynch. Cambrensis eversus. 3v 941 61 

McCarthy. Outline of Irish hist '^i 140 

McGBK. Popular hist, of I. 1869. a v. 941 100 

MacGeogiisijan. History of 1 941 B-16 ' 

Madden. United Irishmen. 4 V 941 110 

Maxwell, I. rebellion in 179B. [868.. 94191 

Mitchell. History of I. 186B 941 U-i; 

Life, etc.. of Aodh O'Neill. 1868 941 115 

Moore. Hist, of I. (Lardner's cab. 

cycl.) 1835. 4 V 941 130 

Mlirpiiv. Cromwell in I. 1883 941 141 

Mysleriesof I.; secrelsoc's 1798-1B83 . .. 941 144 
O'Connor, A. Chronicles of En, 3 v.. 94165 

O'Connor, M. Military hist, of I 941 86 

O'CoNOR, W. K. Hist, of I. people. 

= *' 941 147 

O'CtTRRY. MS. materials of ancient I. 

hist. 1861 941 94 

O'DoNOUHUE. The O'Briens, i860. ... 941 96 

O'DoNOVAN, ed. Book of rights 896 8 

O'Learv. Ireland among the nations . . . 57a 33 
Perraud. I. under Eng. rule. 1864... c>4i 92 
Phillips, Curran, Grattan. Speeches. 

1B31 329.3 33 

Plowuen. Hist. rev. of sute of I. 5 v. 941 71 

I'll'nkett. Speeches. 1865 339.2 34 

FRENpergast. Cromwellian settlement. . 941 108 
R., A. B. Lake lore : Killamey. 1853.. 914.1 I' 

Roger. Celticism a myth 941 153 

Savage. Fenian herots. 1868 941 114 

Smith, Coldwin. I. hist, and character. 941 104 

Staffoei), Pacata Ilibernia. 2 v 941 88 

Sullivan. New Ireland. 1878 ■. i>4" 138 

The story of I. 1867 *94l 10a 

Thebauu, The Irish race, 1873 94138 

TilL-BSKiELD. ICnRlaml and I. 1884 •c>tl 151 

Walpole. Short hist, of I. to the Union. 941 137 
Waruurton, et al. Iliet. of Dublin. 

1818. 2 V ■. c>4i 11-13 

Willi-,. Hist, of I. in livci of Irishun-n, 

'"■ 'H' 78 

\Vrii;HT. llisLofl. 3v 941 It-io 

TRAVEL .\Nn nKSCkll'TION. 

AllES. Sportsm.iti in Irrland, j v 914.1 30 

liKHK.NO. I, wml its economy. 1830 914.1 33 

Black. I'iituresc[uu tourist, iBChj. . , ,914.1 \V-3 



28 



IRELAND. — FRANCE. 



Carlyle. My Irish journey. 1849 914. i 2i 

Carr. Stranger in Ireland. 1805 914* i 35 

Dill. Ireland's miseries. 1852 914- 1 39 

Frazer. Hand-book for travelers 914. i W-i 

37 
22 

40 
29 

45 
48 

25 
38 
36 
28 
12 
46 
26 

33 



French thoughts on Irish e>'ils. 1868 914. 

Hall. Ireland. 3 v 914. 

Hkad. Fortnight in I. 1853 914. 

Jephson. Notes on Irish questions 914. 

Jones. Life's work in I. 1880 914. 

King. The Irish question. 1882 914. 

Martin. I. before and after union 914. 

Martineau. Letters from I. 1852 914. 

Nicholson. Ireland's welcome. 1844. . 914. 

PiM. Condition and prospects of 1 914. 

R., A. B. Lake lore ; Killamey. 1S53. . 914. 

Russell. New views on I. 1880 914. 

Senior. Journals, etc., relat'g to I. 2 v. 914. 

SiGERSON. Modem Ireland. 186S 914. 

Trench. Realities of Irish life. 1870..914.1 141 
Tuke. Irish distress and its remedies . . . 914. i 34 



FRANCE. 

BEFORE HUGH CAPE'f. 

Charl£MA<;nk. And the Carlovingians ; 

from Guizot. 1880 944-2 9 

History ; by James. 1847 .•. . 944.2 12 

Life ; by Cutts. 18S2 ^. *944.2 11 

IJfe ; by Eginhard ^ , ()44-2 8 

GoBiNEAU. Ottar J arl et sa descendance. 944.2 7 
GODWI.N. Hist, of F. : Ancient Gaul. .. <>W-i i 

Masson. Early chronicles. 1881 944 133 

Perry. The Franks, to Pepin. 1857... <>44. i 2 
RiTSON. Memoirs of Celts or Gauls 944.1 3 



THE CAPETIANS. 

Louis IX. (Saint), and the 13th cent.; 

from Guizot. 1880 944-2 10 

Life ; by Do Joinville. 1870 923.4 6 

Life ; by (iuizot. 1869 922.4 3 

Memoires dc joinville. 2 v <>I4 49 

Extraits dcs maiuiscrits arabcs 944 51 



THE IlUNDUKl) VK.XKS' WAR. 

Arthur, /^wf </*• fhrfaiiNv. Mt'moircs. 

1393-1457 »>44 55 

BOUCICAU T. Mrnmirrs 944 54 

Burgundy, /^//<.r «/<•. Ilisiniic;'par Har- I 

ante. 12 v <)44.2 13 i 

Charles V. l.ivir den IuIim; pur i". di* 

Pisau ^44 53 1 

Du CleRCQ. Mrnioirrn. 14.1H 14/17 944 57 I 



Du GuEscLiN. Memoires. 3 v 91^ 

Illiers. Memoires relatifs k. 94^ 

Joan of Arc Life ; by Brty. 1874 . . . 993. 

Life ; by Tuckcy. 1880 *933w| 

Life and death ; by Parr. 1866. 2 t. . 923, 

Memoires concernant 944 

MONSTRELET. Chronicles, 1400-1516. 2V.944.3: 



LOUIS XL TO HENRY II. 

Bayard, Chevalier. Hist. ; by the Loyal 

Serviteur. 1883 *923.4 

Life ; by Simms. i860 993.^ 

Memoires du. 2 v 944 

Story of ; by Walford. 1871 *923^ 

CoMiNES. Memoires. 3 v 94^ 

Memoirs, trans. 2 v 944. 

Du Bellay. Memoires. 5 v 94^ 

Francis I. and Charles V. ; from Guizot. . 944.1 
And the Renaissance ; from Guizot .... 944.1 

Court and reign ; by Pardoe. 2 v 944 

La Marche. Memoires. 2 v 944 

La Mark. Memoires 94^ 

Louis XL Reign of ; by Willert. 1877. 944 

Scandalous chron. ; by Troyes 944 

Louise de Savoy. Journal de 94^ 

MoNTLUC. Memoires. 5 v 94^ 

Rabutijs'. Commentaires des guerres. 3 v. 94 

Tkemoille. Memoires 94 

Troye. Chroniques de Louys de Valois,. 941 
Vii.i.ENEUVE. Memoires 94 



THE RELIGIOUS WARS.— THE HUGl 

NOTS. 

Angoui.eme, Duke d\ Memoires 944 

BoiviN. Memoires. 5v 94^ 

Bouillon. Memoires. 3 v 94^ 

Castfi.nau. Memoires. 6 v 944 

C.\therink de Medicis. Girlhood ; by 

Trollope. 1856 923.4 

Caykt. Chronologic septennaire. 2 v. . 944 

I^ guerres, sous Henry IV. 5 v 944 

Choisnin. Memoires 944 

Cousin. Societc fran9aise au xvii« siecle. 

iS73- 2 V 944^ 

Kenelon. Memoires. 2 v 94^ 

G AMON. Memoires 94^ 

Henry IV. And the end of the wars of 

religion ; from Guizot. 1881 944.; 

Histoire de ; d'apres de Perefixc. 1853. 944.^ 
Last decade of ; by Freer. 1863. 2 v. . 944.; 

Life ; by Abbott. 1856 *9a3.' 

Life ; by James. 1847, 2 v. . . ^ 944.; 



♦ Kor young readers. 



FRANCE.— THE RELIGIOUS WARS. ETC. 



29 



Rise of the Uaguenots. i r. . 174.4 ^ 
loenM emifration to Am. 1BB5 . 374.4 '3 
■axG. Hist. Huguenots. 1845 ■ 174-4 34 
NY, Admiral. Life 1 by Benier. 923.4 169 

; by Besant. 1879 *9a3.4 ao 

e 923.4 164 

Doires 944 88 

A. Wars of the Hu^enots. 1871. 274.4 I5 
F. and Am. 3 t. 274.4 i^ 

>K. The Huguenots. iBSi 374.4 I3 

ii- Pastors in the wilderness. 3 v. 274.4 11 
L Ha(i;ueiiots of the dispersioD.. 274.4 30 
i. Huguenots in Fnuice. 1S6S. 274.4 ^S 

I. 1S68 374.4 1^ 

t. History of French Protestant 

fees. t8s4. 2v 274-4 1 8 

"E. Massacre of St. Bartholomew 274.4 4 

LT. M^oires. 3 v 944 98 

D'Alsbkt. Life 1 by Freer 923.4 i^z 

TRE. Memoires 944 SB 

ic Observations 944 95 

lET ef Navarrt. Life ; by Freer. 

4- 3' ■ ■■ 933-4 12 

vtrtt. dt Valaii. Memoires 944 lOo 

r. Memoires 944 So 

Memoires 944 102 

I. Memoires 944 94 

Civil ware and monarchy, ]6th 
171b cent's. 1852. av 9443 3 

1853- IV 944-3 5 

L'bAN. Memoires 944 109 

1817. S v.- 944.3 17 

ES. Memoires. 3v 944 74 

>«. Memoires. 3v 944 loi 

niXE. Memoires. 6 v 944 76 

>y. Memoires d'Elat, 1567-1604..944 109 
.L Hist of F., i574-t6iO- 6 v- 944-3 6 



RICHELIEU.— MAZARIN. * 
Austria. Regency of ; by Freer. 

'. av 944-3 33 

f Auitria and DoN Serastian. 

3; by Freer. 1B65. z v 933.4 21 

tJu great. Life; by Stanhope. .. 923.4 23 
PriHtii dt. Hist. I6[h, i7ih 
s; by D'Aumale. 1872. 2 v... 944. 3 28 
iriLLE, OutJttsi de. La jeunesse ; 

Zoosio 923.4 129 

UlaFroude; by Cousin 923.4130 

td; byCoosio. 1854 933.4 41 

, Maiie. Memoires. 1881. . .923.4 171 



MuMEdr JIfeditii. Life; byPardoe. 1851.923.4 16 
Jtr/Zt. dt. Memoirs; by 

84B. 3v 923.4 38 

Memoirs. 3 v 923.4 14 

of. Reference list ; 

- 1 t6 5S 

Life ; by Masson. 1884 933.4 l63 

Life ; by Robson. 1854 933-4 '9 

RiCHEUEU and Mazakih, Secret hist.; 

by Cousin, 1872' 944'3 3S 



LOUIS XIV.— LOUIS XV. 
Ellis. True history of the "iron mask.". 944.4 I3 
Jou, Guv. Memoirs. 1648-65. 3 v.. 923.4 37 
Lacroix. The iBth ■394 B-6 

Louis XIV, Age of; ; irans. 944.4 3 

And Ihe Court ; by Pardoe, 1S6S. 3 v. 944.4 S 

Same. 1847, 2v 944-4 7 

And his conlemporarles 840 202 

Das zeitalter ; von Pbilippson. 1879. . 944.4 S^ 
Et son siicle ; par Dumas. 1S74, 3 v. 944.4 39 
Heroes, elc, of the lime of ; by Challicc. 

■1863, 3V 944,4 31 

Hist, by Abboit. 1871 •923,4 30 

Life and lime<i ; by James. 1851, 3 v. 944.4 9 
Memoirs^ . 1791. 2v. 944.4 i 

Si^cle de ; par Voltaire, 3 v 840 135 

Same, 3 v 944.4 36 

Supplement auSiicle de 840 143 

Louis XV. The King's secret; by 

Broglie, 3 v 944.4 34 

Private life of. 1781. 4 v 944-4 26 

Maintenon, Madame dt. Memoir ; by 

Bennett. l38o 923.4 ijS 

Mahmontel. Regencedu Due d 'Orleans. 840 329 
Orleans, House of. Memoirs 17th, i8th 

cent's ; by Taylor. 1849- 3 » 944.4 44 

^^^ Duke de. Ecrils inedils. 

1880, 6 V 944-4 47 

Life ; by Collins. 1880 928,470 

j M 723, 19 V 923,4 135 

I M ^&v<; v 933-433 

Thiers, Mississippi bubble , 133 8; 

Same 133 86 

TopcN. Man with the iron mast, 1B70.. 944.4 11 
TUHENNE, vl/(irji4a/. Life; by Cockayne. . 933 6 



LOUIS XVI. 

Campan. Conversations 944.S 134 

Jackson, French court and soc. 1881, 2V.944.5 189 
The old regime, 1880. 3 v 944.4 4t 



30 



FRANCE. — LOUIS XVI., ETC. 



KiNGSLEY. The ancient regime. 1867.. 32214 
Louis XVI. Last year of ; by Moleville. 

1797. 3v 944.51 

Memoirs of ; by Soulavie. 1802. 6 v. 944.4 14 

Recollections of a page ; by Hezecques. 944.4 20 

Maria Antoinette. Hist. ; by Abbott.*923.4 50 

Life ; by Tytler. 1883 944.4 57 

Life ; by Yonge. 1876 *923.4 123 

Private life ; by Campan. 1823. 2v. . 944.5 4 

Moore. Causes of the F. Rev. 2 v 944.5 10 

Necker. Memoirs ; by De Stael. 1818. 923.4 53 
Rosenthal. Influence of U. S. on F. . .944.5 197 

Taine. The ancient regime. 1876 322 8 

TocQUEViLLE. State of soc. in F. before 

Rev. 1856 944.5 169 

Turcot. Life ; by Condorcet 923.4 31 

Vie de ; par Condorcet 840 215 

ViZETELLY. The diamond necklace. 2 v. 944.4 32 

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. 

Barruel. Hist, of Jacobinism. 4 V...944.5 19 
BenvenutR Episodes of F. Rev. 1880. 944.5 69 

BouiLLE. Memoirs relat'g to F. Rev 944.5 23 

Burke. And the Rev. Reference list; by 

Foster. V. 2 16 55 

■ Reflections on Fr. Rev 820.2 249 

Same 820.2 260 

Carlyle. The French Rev. 1838. 2 v. 944.5 176 

Same. (N. D.) 3v 944-5 173 

Same. 1869. 3 v 820.2 265 

Same. 1871. 3v 944-5 170 

Croker. Early period of F. Rev. 1857. 944.5 16 
Desmoulins. And his wife ; by Hoey. .923.4 133 

Dumas. Memoirs of his time. 2 v 944.5 38 

Gardiner. French Rev. 1883 *944-5 200 

Goethe. Campaign in France. 1792.. . 944.5 46 
Goudemetz. Epoch of F. Rev. 1796.. 944.5 191 

Guillon. Petite histoire de la Rev *944.5 201 

Elliot. Journal during F. Rev. 1859. .944.5 35 

Lafayette. History. 1845 923.4 42 

Life ; by Headley. 1865 *923.4 47 

Memoirs ; by Holstein. 1835 923.4 44 

Memoirs ; by Sarrans. 1833. 2 v 923.4 45 

Sketch ; by Bigelow. 1882 923.4 Pam. i 

Lamartine. Histoire des Girondins. 

1870. 6v 944.5 163 

Hist, of Girondists. 1850. 3 v 944- 5 43 

MacFarlane. French Rev. 1844. 4 V. 944.5 152 
Mallet du Pan. Memoirs and cor. 

1852. 2 V 944.5 24 

Melito. Memoirs, 1778-1815. 1881.. 944.5 186 

Michelet. Histoire de la Rev. 4 v. . .944.5 B-3 

Hist, view of Rev. 1864 944.5 195 



Michelet. Women of the Rev. 1855. . 9 
Mignet. Hist, de la Rev. 1789-1814. 2 v. 9 

Hist, of the Rev. 1883 94 

MiRABEAU. Recollections of ; by Du- 

mont. 1833 9 

Moi^ville. Annals of F. Rev. 9 v. .9^ 
Money. The Campaign of 1792. 1794. ? 

Moore. Journal in France. 1792 ^ 

Morris. The Rev. and First empire. . .*c, 
Mortimer-Ternaux. Histoire de la 

Terreur. 1881. 8v g4 

Necker. On the F. Rev. 1797. 2 v. . 9 
Paine. Letter to people of F. 1 798 . .944. 5 
Reign of terror ; by eye-witnesses. 2 v. . 9 

Revolutionary Plutarch. 1804. 3 v 

RiGBY. Letters from F. 1789 q 

Robespierre, M. Life ; by Lewes. . . . . q 
Roland, Madame. Appeal to posterity. 

1795- 2 V 9 

Biog. 1 832 9 

History ; by Abbott. 1869 *g 

Memoires. 1863 92 

Smyth. Lect's on F. Rev. 1855. 2 v. .9^ 
Stael, Madame de. Considerations on 

F. Rev. 1818. 2v 9 

La Revolution franfaise. 3 v 

Sybel. Hist, of F. Rev. 1867. 4 v . .94 

Taine. The F. Rev. 1885. 5 v 9 

Thiers. Hist, of F. Rev. 1870. 4v. . 
Tourzel. Duchesse de. Memoires. 1789- 

1795. 2 V 9 

Urquhart. Four wars of F. Rev. .944.5 
Van Laun. French rev. epoch. 1879. 2 v. 9 
Wallon. Histoire du tribunal revolu- 

tionnaire de Paris. 1882. 6 v 94 



NAPOLEON I. 

Abr antes, Duchess de. Memoirs ; by 

herself. 1832 g 

Same. 1870. 2 v g 

Almanach imperial. 1812 

Baines. Wars of the F. Rev. 1792- 
1815. 4 v.... 9 

Beauchamp. Invasions of F. 1814-15. 
2 v.. 94 

Beugnot, Count. Life. 1871. 2 v g 

Bonaparte, Joseph. Hist, by Abbott. .*9a 

Bonaparte, Lucien. Memoirs ; by him- 
self. 1836 92 

BONAPARTES, The. Marriages of ; by 
Bingham. i88i. 2v 94 

Boston Pub. Lib. Bulletin; bibliog. 
notes : Waterloo. V. 2 ] 



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FRANCE.— NAPOLEON. ETC. 



31 



Waterloo lectures. 1868. .. .944.5 117 
Memoirs; 1825 923.4 11 1 

Quatre Bras, Ligny and Wa- 

1882 944.5196 

>tory of Waterloo, i860 944-5 150 

E, Queen, Hist.; by Abbott..*923.4 102 
rs. 1862. 2 V 923.4 100 

Waterloo. 1862 944-5 ii5 

Campaigrn of Waterloo. 1 85 3.. 944. 5 151 
B. Life; by Abbott. 1870. ..•923.4 98 

>y Headley. 1855 923.4 97 

rs ; by Normand. 1848. 2 v. . 923.4 95 
c. Notes on Waterloo. 1865.. 944. 5 116 
. Directoire, consulat et empire. 394 B-ii 
TE, Count. Memoirs; by him- 

1831. 2v ...923.4 124 

Scaton'sreg't at Waterloo. 3 v.. 944. 5 118 

»M I. And his marshals ; by Head- 

•944.5 198 

e marshals. 1875 923-4 72 

itainebleau and Elba ; by Camp- 

1869 944.5 123 

Helena ; by Abbott. 1855 923.4 87 

ign in Russia ; by Labaume. . . .944.5 109 

igns in Egypt. 1798- 4 v 944- 5 ^^S. 

ty ; by Forsyth. 1853. 3 v 923.4 84 

ty ; by Montholon. 1846. 2 v. . 923.4 82 
ate and empire ; by Thiers. 5 v. . 944. 5 99 

ith Joseph. 1856. 2 v 9445 97 

ind camp of. 1832 923.4 91 

1 caricature and satire on ; by 

on. 1884. 2v 944.5205 

es of hist.; by Par doe. i859..*944.5 104 
-andearmee, 1812 ; parSegur 944.5 65 

in 1815 ; by Williams. 1815... 944.5 113 
tion to Russia ; by Segur. 2 v.. 944. 5 11 1 

of ; by Lester. 1852 923.4 73 

yoV of. 1809 923.4 75 

KTtureon; by Blood. 1863.. 944. 5 Pam. i 
temoirs; by Mitchell. 1846. 3 V.. 923.4 65 
c de ; par M. De Villiers 923.4 88 

' 944.5 94 

r ; by Abbott. 2 v 923.4 61 

' ; by Ardeche. 1853 944-5 80 

' ; by Bussey. 1840. 2 v 944-5 B-i 

; by Home. 1879 944.5 207 

; by Lanfrcy. 1876. 4 V 944.5 60 

; by O'Meara. 1822. 2 v 923.4 80 

I of Russia; by Wilson. 1860.944.5 no 
rs ; by Antommarchi. 1826. . . 923.4 74 
rn ; by an £nglishman at Paris. 

* 944.5 124 

rtc 923.4 166 

22 944.5 95 

• Vor young 



Napoleon L Life; by Hazlitt. 1847. 3 v. 944.5 91 

Life ; by Headley. 1865 *944.5 96 

Life ; by Jomini. 1864. 5 v 944-5 52 

Life ; by Lockhart. 1883 944-5 199 

Life ; by Scott. 1827. 3 v 944.5 57 

Life of ; by Van Ess. 1806. 10 v. . . . 944.5 8x 

Life and actions. 1810 923.4 89 

Life, exile, etc. ; by Las Cases. 4 v. . . . 923.4 76 
Memoirs, dictated at St. Helena. 7 v. .944.5 156 
Private memoirs ; by Bourrienne. 4 v. . 944.5 70 
Private memoirs of court ; by Bausset. . 944.5 78 
Secret hist, of cabinet ; by Goldsmith. . 944.5 79^ 

Secret memoirs. 1815 923.4 68 

Selection from letters, etc.; by Bingham. 

1884. 3 V 944-5 202 

Story of; by Lee *923.4 90 

Table-talk and opinions. 1870 923.4 92 

Ney, Marshal. Memoirs. 1834 923.4 105 

Remusat, iVw^. </<f. Memoirs. 1880. .923.4 154 

Same. 2v 923.4160 

RoviGO. Memoirs. 1828. 4 V 944-5 74 

SiBORNE. Hist, of war in 1815 944-5 114 

Atlas to same 944-5 C-i 

Sketch of hist, of F. 1792-1815 944-5 50 

Talleyrand. Life. 1834 923.4 54 

Life ; by McHarg. 1857 923.4 55 



THE RESTORED MONARCHY. 

Blanc. 1848 ; historical revelations 944-6 84 

Browning. Modern France. i8i4-i879.*944.6 73 
Caussidierre. Secret history of Rev. of 

1848. 2v 944.6 16 

Chateaubriand. Congress of Verona. 

1838. 2 V 944.6 I 

Corkran. National Const, assembly. 

1848. 2 V 944-6 20 

Flathe. Zeitalter der Restauration, etc. 

1815-51 940 136 

GuizoT. Memoirs of my time. 4 V 944-6 7 

Jackson. Court of Tuilleries. 2 v 944.6 97 

Lamartine. Past, present and future 

of the Republic. 1850 944-6 45 

Restoration of monarchy. 1852. 4 v. . 944.5 125 

Revolution of 1848 944-6 14 

Same 944-6 15 

Louis XVH. And Eleazer Williams. 944. 5 Pam. 3 
Life : by DeBeauchesne. 1853. 2 v. . 923.4 58 

Misfortunes of 1838 923.4 60 

Louis XVni. Memoirs; by himself. . .923.4 107 

Sa cour et son regne. 1829. 3 V 944-6 52 

Louis Philippe. Court of ; by Rush. . .914.2 106 
France under ; by Guizot. 1865 944-6 6 

readers. 



32 



FRANCE. — THE RESTORATION, ETC. 



Louis PHii.iPrE. History of ten years, 

i830-*40 ; by Blanc. 2v 944.64 

Life ; by Abbott. 1871 *923.4 108 

Memoirs ; by himself. 1825. 3 V 923.4 126 

NORMANBY. Journal in Paris. 2 v 944.6 12 

Sand, Geo. (Dudevant). Souvenirs de. . . 944.6 72 

Simpson. Pict. from rev. Paris. 2v 944.6 18 

Talleyrand. Cor. with Louis XVUL 

during Congress of Vienna. 1881 . . . 944.6 80 
TuRNBULL. Rev. of 1830 944-6 3 



THE SECOND EMPIRE. 

Cler. Reminiscences of an officer of 

Zouaves, i860 944-6 46 

HODDE. Secret societies of F. 1864 944.6 11 

Maupas. Story of the coup d' etat. 

1884. 2 V 944-6 99 

Murray. Men of second empire. 1872. 914.4 71 
Napoleon HL Biog. sketches ; by Wi- 

koff. 1849 9234 "2 

The coup d' etat; by Tcnot. 1870 944.6 47 

Destroyer of the republic ; by Hugo. . . 944.6 82 

History ; by Abbott. 1869 944.6 22 

Hist, d' un crime; par Hugo 944-6 50 

Hist, of a crime ; by Hugo. 1878 944.6 48 

Same 944-6 49 

Life ; by Haswell 9234 "O 

Life ; by Jerrold. 1882. 4 v 944.6 91 

The little : by Hugo. 1852 944.6 81 

Pol. and hist, works. 1852. 2v 329.3 i 

Posthumous works. 1873 944-6 23 

Senior. Conversations with Thiers, et al, 

.1852-60. 2 V 944-6 55 

Same. i86o-'63. 2v 944.674 

Journal in F. and Italy. i848-'52. 2 v. 944.6 65 
TOWLE. Modern France. 1851-1879. .*944.6 83 
Wraxall. Second empire, in French 

literature. 1865 944.6 85 



FRANCO-GERMAN WAR. 

Abbott. Franco- Prussian war 943 69 

BORBSTAEDT and Dwyer. Franco-Ger- 
man war. 1S73 (>44.6 25 

Bowles. Defense of Paris. 1871 944-6 40 

Boyland. Under the Red Cross. 1873. 361 9 
Capper. Wanderings in war-time. 1871. 944.6 32 
Cassell's hist. Franco-German war. 2 v.*944.6 B-i 
CORVIN. In F. with the Germans. 2 v.. 944.6 28 
** Daily News " correspondence of the war. 944.6 26 
Evans. Am. Ambulance at Paris. 1S71..361 B-2 

FiTZ George. Battle of Sedan 944-6 27 

Forbes. My experience of the war 944-6 31 



Freycinet. La guerre en province. 

i870-'7i 944.6 

German official acc*t of the Franco-Ger- 
man war. 4 v., and 4 cases of maps. 944.6 

Hazen. School and army. 1872 355.1 

Herisson. Staff-officer in Paris 944>6 

Hoffman. Camp, court and siege 944*6 

Inside Paris during the siege. 1871 .'.... 944.6 

Klein. The pastor's narrative *944-6 

Landon. The war in a nutshell 944.6 

McCabe. War bet. Ger. and F. 1871. . 944.6 

MiCHELET. France before Europe 944.6 

Paris. Echoes of a famous year. 1872. . 944.6 
Pearson and M acLaughlin. Our adven- 
tures. 1871. 2v 944*6 

Roberts. First Prussian army. 1870-1. 943 
RusTOW. War for Rhine frontier. 3 v.. 943 
SiiAND. On the trail of the war. 1870. . 944.6 

Shepi'ARD. Shut up in Paris. 1871 944.6 

Stoffel. Military rep'ts. i866-*70 355.; 

Rapports militaires. i866-*70 355.; 

'* Times " Cor. on internat. relations. 2 v. 943 
Treitschke. What we demand. 1870. 943 
Viollet le Due. La defense de Paris. . 944.6 

Same, atlas of plates 944*6 1 

Vizetelly. Paris in peril. 1882. 2 v. . 944.6 
WiNN. What I saw of the war. 1870.. . 944.6 



THE COMMUNE. 

Bkkthal. The Communists of Paris. . 
DuCami'. Convulsions de Paris. 4 v. 
Fetridge. Rise and fall of Commune 
Jerrold. The "Reds" of Paris. 1870 
Leigiiton. Paris under the Commune 
VfisiMER. Hist, of Paris Commune. . . 



944.6 1 
.944*6 

.944.6 
. 56J 
.944.6 
.944.6 



THE THIRD REPUBLIC. 

Favrk. Gov't of national defence 944*6 

French republic. Reference list ; by 

Foster. V. i x6 

Gallenga. Democracy across Channel . . 324 
Gambetta. And the Republic. Reference 

list ; by Foster. V. 3 x6 

Sketch. 1883 923.4 

Vie de; par Depasse 920.4 Pu 

Grevy, J. Viede; par Delabrousse .920.4 Pm 
Jerrold. At home in Paris. 1884. 2 v. 944.6 

Karr. Plus 9a change. 1875 944-^ 

Macdonell. France since the first em- 
pire. 1879 944,( 

MacMahon. Vie de; par Daudet. .920.4 Pan 
Men of the third republic. 1873 930 



*For younfif readers. 



FRANCE. --GENERAL HISTORY, ETC 



33 



ov't of M. Thiers. 1871-73. a v. 944.6 57 
Life ; by Le Goff. 1879 923.4 134 



GENERAL HISTORY. 

OSE. Hist, of F. to 1848 944 42 

, House of . Hist, memoirs.... 944 31 
French hist, for children. 1881 . .*944 132 
^eens of France. 1847. a v. . 923.4 i 
id Gaspy. Pictorial hist. 2 v. . 944 B-6 
E. Memoirs of French palaces. . 944 37 

us. France ; hist, and rev's '944 23 

n universelle des memoires rela- 

k r histoire de France. 72 v 944 49 

Hist, of F. 1830. 3 V 944 129 

ORT. Hist, of Bastile. 1883... 944 20 

Histoire de F., a la jeunesse. . .*944 154 

). Hist, of F. 1791. 5 V 944 B-i 

Hist, civilization in France. 940 13 

of F., abridg'd ; by Masson '944 127 

ar hist, of F. 1877. 6 v 944 100 

1884. 8 V 944 161 

s. Hist, of France. 1881. 3 v. 944 158 

E. Short hist, of F. people '944 155 

entitled ** Growth of a people". '944 156 

rthur's hist, of F. 1884 ♦944 I2i 

\M. Hist, of F. to Louis Philippe. *944 25 
kLL. Hist, of F. for children. . . .*944 153 
. Hist, de F. jusqu'en 1789. 18 v. 944 135 
ar hist, of F., 1789-1882. 3 v. . . 944 43 

ET. Histoire de F. 5v 944 B-ii 

France (to 1483). 2 v 944 16 

ifD. Two eras of France *944 40 

*944 41 

iGHAN. Irish brigades in F 944-4 23 

r. Hist, of F. 1801. 9 V 944 i 

Tales of a grandfather *944 48 

<. Lect's on hist, of F. 1852. . . 944 19 

s history of F. 1876 *944 24 

^ First principles of F. history. . 944 124 

Hist, of F. to 1848. 1871 944 18 

:. Hist, of F. 3v 944 B-8 

C. D. France under the Bour- 

5, 1589-1830. 4v 94426 

C. M. Aunt Charlotte's stories. .'944 157 

of F. (hist, primers) *944 132 

-A F. for schools *944 125 

folks' hist, of F. 1879 ♦944 128 



LITICS AND INSTITUTIONS. 

Democracy and monarchy in 

§74 944 30 

0'. Military instVs of F. 1869. 355.3 i 



Block. Entretiens familiers sur l' admin- 
istration de notre pays. 7 v 

I.— La France. 

3.— La D^partement. 

3. — La Commune. 

4.— Paris : organixation municipale. 

5. — Paris: ins' t's admin istratives. 

6. — Le budfj^et. 

7.— L'impot. 

Ch£.nier. CEuvres anciennes. 1826 

Desmoulins, Camille. (Euvres. 1874. 
Gaffarel. Colonies fran^aises. 1884. . 

Ren AN. Const, monarchy in France 

Voltaire. Histoire du Parlement de Paris 



342.3 2 



329.3 4 

329.3 3 
325 20 

323 3 
840 141 



LOCAL HIST. AND l)ESCRn»TION. 

Ardennes, The. Hades of; by T. T. 

Club. 1883 55152 

In the; by Macquoid. 1881 9144 81 

AuvERGNE. Through ; by Barxer 914.4 92 

Brittany. And the Bible; by Hope. 1862. 91426 
And its by-ways ; by Palliser. 1869. . . 914.4 69 

Black's guide. 1884 9144 W-io 

Breton folk ; by Blackburn. 1880 914.4 B-6 

Ramble into ; by Musgrave. 2 v 914.4 10 

Pardon of Guingamp ; by Quetteville. . . 914.4 27 
Carnac. Excavations at ; by Miln . . . .914.4 B-7 
Cevennes, The. With a donkey in ; by 

Stevenson. 1879 914-4 65 

Corsica ««</ Sardinia; by Forester 914.4 B-2 

Ladies' tour in. 1880. 2 v 914.4 78 

Six weeks in ; by Cowen. 1848 914.4 17 

Visit to ; by Gregorovius. 1852 914.4 18 

Gasconv. Guide; par Joanne. 1883. 914.4 \V-12 

Guienne; by Taylor. 1879 914.4 74 

Havre. Et les environs ; by M orient. .914.4 W-5 
Languedoc. Guide; par Joanne. 1883. 914.4 W-12 
Mentone. Winter at ; by Hare. 1861. . 914.4 95 
Monaco. Hist.; by Pemberton. 1867.. 944 126 

Nice. Guide to ; by Nash. 1884 9144 W-9 

Hist. ; by Davis. 1807 944 47 

Normandy. Architectural antiq. ; by Cot- 
man. 2 V 729 T-i 

Black's guide. 1884 914. 4 W-io 

Excursion in; Shoberl, ed, 1841. 2 v. 914.4 6 
Pict's and legends from ; by Macquoid. *9I4.4 63 

Picturesque ; by Blackburn. 1873 <M4.4 39 

Hollo and his race ; by Warburton. . . . 914.4 26 

Through ; by Macquoid. 1874 9^4.4 25 

Paris. After Waterloo ; by Simpson. . . . 914.4 49 

Am. family in. 1S69 *9I4.4 37 

And its environs. 1S31. 2 v 914.4 B-3 

And its hist, scenes. 1848. 2 v *944 38 

And its people ; by Grant. 1844. 2 v. 914.4 43 



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FRANCE. — SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. 



Paris. And N. France ; by Baedecker. 914.4 W-i 
And Parisians ; by Trollope. 1835. . . . 914.4 30 

Aspects of ; by Copping. 1858 914-4 45 

A travers les ages. 1882. 2 v 944 S-i 

By sunlight, etc.; by McCabe 914*4 23 

Diet, of ; by Dickens. 1882 914.4 W-7 

Going to ; by Morford. 1878 914.4 W-4 

Guide ; by Fielding. 1855 9144 W-6 

Herself again ; by Sala. 1879. 2 v. . . 914.4 76 

Histoire de ; par Belin et P. 1845 944 36 

History of. 1827. 3 v 944 33 

In old and present times ; by Hamerton. 

1885 914.4 R-i 

In '67 ; by Morford 914.4 52 

Letters from, i8i6-*20; by Didier 914.4 15 

Notes on ; by Tartie; 1875 914.4 57 

Old ; by Lady Jackson. 1878. a v. . . 944 122 

Parisian year ; by Bacon. 1882 914.4 84 

Pilgrimages in ; by Pardoe. 1857 914.4 48 

Purple tints of ; by St. John. 1854. 2 v. 914.4 41 

Sights, etc. ; by James. 1855 9x4.4 47 

Spectator. 1816. 3 v 914-4 53 

Studies of ; by De Amicis. 1879 914.4 72 

The great exhibition ; by Arnold 914.4 34 

Tri-colored sketches in. 1855 914.4 51 

Und Frankreich, 1834-74; von Gutzkow 830 181 

With pen and pencil ; by Bartlett 914.4 46 

Provence. Guide; par Joanne. 1883. 914.4 W-ii 
Pyrenees, The. Beam and ; by Costello. 

1844. 2 V 914.4 69 

By Blackburn. 1880 914.4 80 

In the shadow of ; by Vincent. 1883. . 914.4 85 

Tour through;, by Taine. 1874- 914.4 14 

Rhone, The. And the Chartreuse ; by 

Pardoe. 1838. 2 v 914.4 93 

The Darro, etc. ; by Romer. 1842. 2 v. 914.4 12 

Touraine. Black's guide. 1884 914.4 W-io 

Versailles. By Ritchie. 1839 944-4 13 

Vichy. Et ses environs; par Joanne. . . . 613 133 



GENERAL TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 

Allen. Paul Dreifuss' holiday. 1882.. . 914.4 56 
B., C. C. France and her people. 1872. .914.4 21 

Black. South of France. 1880 9144 W-8 

Bradshaw. Hand-book to France 914.4 W 3 

BULWER. France. 1835. 2v 914.419 

Butler (Kemble). Year of consolation.. 914.4 32 

Ciiampnev. Vassar girls abroad *0288oi 

Costello. Summer amongst the boca- 

ges. 1840. 2 V 914.4 67 

Dibdin. Tour in France and Ger. 3 v.. 914.4 3 
Dumas. Pict's of travel in S. of France. 914.4 24 
Edwards. Holidays in E. Fr. 1879. . . . 914.4 82 



Edwards. A year in W. France. 1877. . 
Field. Home sketches in France. 1875. 

French home life. 1874 

Gibbons. French and Belg^ns. 1879. . . 

Green. French pictures 9 

Hamerton. Round my house. 1876.. . 

Hazlitt. Thro' Fr. and Italy. 1826 

Head. Faggot of French sticks. 1852. . 
Hillebrand. France and the Fr. 1881. 
HuNNEWELL. Hist. monuments. 1884. 
Ireland. A wandering observer. 1867. 

Irish abroad and at home. 1856 

James. Little tour in France. 1885 

John Bull's neighbor. 1884 

Macgregor. Voyage in the ** Rob Roy"* 

Mitchell. Battle Summer. 1852 

MoLLOY. Our autumn holiday. 1879. . 

Morgan. France. 1817 

MuLOCK. Fair France. 1871 

Murray's hand-book for France. 1861 . . .91 
Murray, E. G. C. High life in Fr. 1884. 

Round about France. 1878 

Palmerston. Private journals in France. 

1815-1818 

QuATREFAGES. A naturalist on the coast. 

Reach. Claret and olives. 1S52 

Rhodes. The French at home. 1875 . . 

Roberts. France. 1881 

Sterne. Sentimental journey 

Thornton. Sporting tour. 1806 9: 

Voyage pittoresque. 1797. 12 v 9] 

WiKOFF. A roving diplomatist. 1857. . . 
WiLLARi). Journal and letters. 1833. . . 



SPAIN AND PORTUGA] 

HISTORY. 

Abbott. Romance of S. hist. 1869. . . . 
BiGLAND. Hist, of Spain to 1809. 2 v.. 
BoLLAERT. Wars of the succession. 

1826-1840. 2 V '. . . 

Busk. Hist, of S. and Portugal 

Callcott. Short hist, of S. 1840. 2 v. 
Charles XL Spain under; by Mahon. . . 
Charles V. Autobiography. 1862 

Cloister life; by Stirling. 1853 < 

Correspondence, etc 

Reign of; by Robertson. 1825. 3 v. . 

Same. 1833. iv 

Same. 1857. 3^ 

Son abdication, etc.; par Mignet. 1S68. 
CiD, The. Chronicle; ed. by Markham. . 

Chronicle; by Southey. 1846 



♦ For young readers. 



SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. 



35 



k>urbon kinj^ of S. 1815. 5 v. . . 
ITEE.. Siege of Gibraltar. 1779- 



946 44 
946 50 



Hist, of Sp>ain and Portugal. 

. 5 ▼ 946 9 

Memoirs of S. 1621-1700. 2 v. 946 74 

2 V 946 76 

TH DE Valois and court of Philip 

1857. 2 V 946 42 

TEL, ih€ great. Reig^ of. 2 v. . . 946 7 
VND and Isabella. History; by 

scoU. 1S82. 3 V 946 22 

1843. 3 V 946 25 

u Queens of Spain. 1850. 2 v.. 923.5 i 

ON. Spain. 1881 *946 85 

;s£N. With Zumalacarregui 946 80 

of Spain to 1759. 3^ 94^1 

-A II. Court of. 1856 914.6 33 

[., of Aragon. Chronicle. 2 v. . . 946 98 

Baron di. Memoirs. 1823 923.5 14 

KA. Historia de Espafta. 2 v 946 B-i 

IN Spain. 

>i. Arabs in Spain. 1854. 3 ▼. . 946 19 
££. Conquest of Spain. 1881. 2 v. 946 83 

«G. Alhambra *9I4.6 52 

DC. 1867 914.6 52 

Qquest of Granada. 1851 ''*'946 82 

ne(N. D.) 946 ^2% 

iquete de Granade. 1847 946 16 

>HY. Arabian antiq. of S. 1815. 729 T-4 
E. Alhambra and Kremlin. 1873. 914.6 54 
K. Christians and Moors in S. . . . '946 93 
£. Hist, of Portugal 946 94 



;lar War. 

War in the Peninsula. 2 v 

lton. Peninsular campaigns. 3 v. 
i. Sieges in S. 1811-1814. 3 v. 
ENT. Journal (Peninsular war). 3 V. 
ONDERRV. Peninsular war. 2 v.. 

IE, JS» John. Campaign of 

SR. War in the Peninsula. 5 v. . 

ilEY. Hist. Peninsular war. 6 v. 

rr. War in Spain. 1808-1814. 2 v. 

Story of Peninsular war. 1854. 

^he Cruel. Hist, by Merimee. 2 v. 
I. History', by Gayarre. 1866 . 

jr; by Prescott. 1858. 3 v 

r; by Watson. 1839 

/. Ke\^ of; by Watson. 1839. 

History of Gibraltar. 1865 

^aw St free people conduct a 
J 3^3' -* --• 94^ 



ar. 



946 61 
946 58 
946 65 
946 70 
946 56 
946 B-3 

946 51 
946 86 
946 63 
946 69 

946 95 
946 40 

946 37 
946 41 

946 73 
946 49 

Pam. I 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 
Spain. 

Amicis, De. Spain. 1881 914-6 77 

Andersen. In Spain. 1870 914-6 34 

Baxley. Spain. 2 v 914.6 20 

Beckford. Monasteries, Alcobaca^etc. . 914.6 76 
Borrow. Bible in Spain. 1843. 3 v. . . 914.6 70 
BouRGOiNG. State of Spain. 1808. 4 v. 914.6 6 
Brooke. Spain and Morocco. 1831. 2 v. 914.6 55 

Cheever. Ship and shore, i860 914-6 37 

Cox. Search for winter sunbeams. 1870. 914.6 15 
Day. Pyrenees to Pillars, etc. 1883 . . . 914.6 85 

Edwards. Azahar. 1881-1882 914.6 83 

Elliot. Diary of an idle woman. 2 v. . 914.6 91 

Field. Ten days in Spain. 1875 914-6 51 

Ford. Hand-b'k for Spain. 1855. 2V..914.6W-1 

Spaniards and country. 1847. 914.6 23 

Gallenga. Iberian reminiscences. 2 v.. 914.6 87 
Gautier. Wanderings in Spain. 1853.. 914.6 25 
Hale. Family flight. 1883 ♦914.690 

Seven Spanish cities. 1883 914.6 89 

Hare. Wanderings in Spain. 1873 - • • • 914.6 24 

Harrison. Spain in profile. 1879 914.6 68 

Hay. Castilian days. 1871 914.6 32 

Herbert. Impressions of Spain. 1866.914.669 

Inglis. Spain. 1837. 2v 914.618 

Laborde. View of Spain. 1809. 5 v. . 914.6 i 

Lathrop. Spanish vistas. 1883 914-6 84 

Lomas. Sketches in Spain. 1884 914.6 93 

McClintock. Holidays in Spain 914. 6 86 

McKenzie. Spain revisited. 1836. 2 v. 914.6 26 

Macrie. Cosas de Espana. 1S55 914.6 29 

Manning. Spanish Pictures 914-6 B-3 

Mas. Scenes, etc., in Spain. 1840. 2 v. 914.6 10 

Murray. Artist's life. 1859. 2 v 914.6 12 

Pemberton. Winter tour. 1868 914.614 

PONZ. Viage de Espafia. 1779. v. 4-9. 914.6 57 
Rose. Among the Spanish. 1877. 2 v. 914.6 66 
SouTHEY. Letters in Spain. 1808. 2 v. . 914.6 78 
Stephens. Basque provinces. 1837. 2v. 914.6 40 

Thieblin. Spain. 1875 914-6 22 

Urquhart. Pillars of Hercules. 2 v. . . 914.6 30 
Wallis. Glimpses of Spain. 1847 .... 914.6 28 
Wells. Antiquities of .Spain. 1846 . . .914.6 B-2 
Year in Spain. 1829 914-6 16 

Portugal. 
Carnarvon. Portugal, Gallicia. 2 v. . . 914.6 38 
Crawfurd. Portugal, old and new. 1880. 914.6 75 
G., E. A. Notes on Portugal. 1876. . . . 914.6 35 
Kinsey. Portugal illustrated. 1829 . . .914.6 B-4 
L.\touche. Travels in I'ortugal. 1S75. 914.6 44 
Murray's hand-b'k for Portugal. 1856. . .914.6 W 3 
Pardoe. Traits, etc., of Portugal. 2 v.. 914.6 42 
Residence in Portugal. 1847 <)i.\.6 \'^ 



♦ For youag restdera. 



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MODERN ITALY. — ROME AND THE PAPACY. 



1882 914.6 82 

1841. 2 V. 914.6 46 

1867 914.6 48 

1882 914.6 80 



Azores. 

Baker. Summer in Azores. 
BuLLAR. Winter in Azores. 
Henriques. Trip to Azores. 
Weeks. Amons^ the Azores. 

Canaries. 

Boutier a/r</ Le Vkrrier. TheCanarian. 946 92 
Pegot-Ogier. Fortunate isles. 2 v. . . . 914.6 73 

Madeira. 

Dix. Winter in Madeira. 1851 914.6 49 

Grabham. Madeira. 1870 914-6 50 

In Madeira, Portugal, etc. 1856 914.6 36 

Taylor. Madeira. 1882 914.6 8i 



MODERN ITALY. 

GENERAL HISTORY. 

Abbott. Italy, to the present, i860 . . . 945 10 
Amicis, De. Military life in Italy. 1882. 355.3 5 

Balzani. Early chroniclers. 1883 945 102 

Bosco. Compend. of I. history. 1881.. 945 B-2 
BoiTA. Itoly during Napoleon I. 1829. 945 54 
BiRCKHARirr. Renaissance in It. 2 v.. 94566 
Butt. History luly. 1815-1860. 2 v.. 9454 
Cavour. Life; by De Mazade. 1877.. . 923.5 32 

Corner. History of Italy *945 100 

Dantier. L'ltalie. 1874. 2 v 945 64 

Garibaldi. Life; by Bent. 1881 923.5 40 

Life; by Dwight. 1877 923.5 41 

Life; by himself. 1859 923.5 19 

Gastaldi. Lake habitations. 1865 571 31 

Gek.er. Renaissance. 1882 850 12 

Greene. Compendious hist. 1836 945 11 

Hunt. History of Italy. 1874 945 9 

Kossuth. Memories of exile. 1880 945 70 

Mariotti. Italy in 1848 945 55 

Mazzini. Life, writings, etc. 1872 923.5 18 

PROBYN. Italy. 1315-1878 945 107 

Procfor. Hist, of Italy to 1789. 2 v. . 945 i 

Same, i v 945 2 

Si'AULDiNG. Italy and islands. 3 V 945 6 

Symonus. Renaissance in It. 1877. 2 v. 945 61 

Trinity of Italy. 1867 945 57 

Trollopk. Social aspects of the Rev 945 58 

Unification of Italy. Reference list; by 

Foster, v. i 16 55 

VirroR Emmanuki.. Italy under; by Ar- 

rivabene. 1S62. 2 v 945 104 

Life; by Dicey. 1S82 945 63 

Life; by (lodkin. 1879. 2v 945 68 

War in Italy; drawings. 1859 945 B-i 

Wyatt. Austro-Italian war. 1866 945 56 



MODERN RO.ME AND THE PA 

History. 

About. The Roman question. 1859.. . 
Ai^xander VII. And the cardinals; b; 

Bargrave. 1680 

CoRMENiN. Histor>' Popes. 2 v 

Creighton. Papacy during Reformation 

1882. 2V 

DoLLiNGER. Fables respecting Popes.. 
Farini. The Roman State. 181 5-1 850 

Gattina. Rome and the Papacy 

Gebhart. Roman cameos, etc. 1882... 
(iossELiN. Pope in the middle ages. 2 v, 
Gregory I. Life; by Bamby. 1879... 
Gregory VII. Life; by Villemain. 2 v. 

Guettee. The Papacy. 1867 

LK(;i;E. Temporal power of Papacy 

Leo I. Life; by CJore. 1880 

Leo X. Life; by Roscoe. 1S46. 2 v.. 
Maguire. Rome; its ruler, etc. 185S., 
Mi LEY. Hist. Papal States. 1850. 3 v. 

MoN tor. Lives of the l>Dntiffs. 2 v 

VACCAf Cardinal, Memoirs. 1850. 2 v.. 
Pennington. Epochs of Papacy. 18S1. 
Pius IL, Pope, Life; by Kitchin. i88i..< 
Pius IX. Pontificate of; by Maguire 

Life; by Gilmary. 1877 

Life; by Liancourt, ct al. 1847. 2 v. . 

Life to 1877; by O'Reilly. 1877 

Ranke. Hist, of Popes. 1844 

Same. 1871. 3v 

Riddle. The Papacy to the Reformation. 
Silvagni. Rome; princes, priests, etc. 

1885. 2V 

Thompson. Papacy and civil power 

WiLKs. The Popes. 1851, 

Wiseman. The last four Popes 

Modern Description. 

AB<n"r. Rome of to-day. 1861 

Butler. Inner Rome. 1866 

Castelar. Old Rome and new Italy 

Chatelain. Rambles thro' Rome. 1851. 
CiiLLEsriE. Rome seen by a X. Yorker.. 
Hall. Land of the forum. 1868... .. 

KiP. Christmas in Rome. 1846 

Lander. For young eyes: Rome. 1868.* 
Leland. Americans in Rome. 1863 . . . 

Sass. Rome and Naples. 1S17 

Scott. Rome as it is. P874 

Story. Roba di Roma. 1S66. 2 v. . . . 

Same (^i 

Taink. Rome, Naples. 1872 



• For young readers. 



MODERN ITALY. 



37 



ALIAN STATES AND CITIES. 

Visit to the Vaudois. 1862. . . . 914 26 
Republic of San Marino. 1879. • 9^4-5 ^^ 

OUN. Dukes of Urbino. 3 v.... 945 47 

i.K. Hist. Piedmont. 1855. 3 v. 945 38 

I. Hist, of Tuscany. 1823. 4 v. 945 20 

I. Hist, des republiques. 16 v. . 945 78 

I republics. 1843 945 12 

1832 945 13 

. F. Life; by Urquhart. 2 v 945 50 

Venice. 



GoLDicuTT. Antiquities ot Sicily 914.5 S-i 

Kavanagh. In the Sicilies. 1858 914.5 42 

MacFarlane. Popular customs. 1846. 394 35 * 
Masaniello. Rise and fall ; by Midon. . 945 72 

Reumont. The Carafas. 1854 945 46 

Sicily and Lipari Islands. 1827 914-5 75 

Smyth. Sicily and islands. 1824 914-5 B-8 

Tallack. Malta. i86i 914. 13 9 

Wilkinson. Malta and Gozo 949 X 10 



Queen of the Adriatic. 1869 . . '945 95 

On the Lagoons. 1884 •9i4'5 106 

the sea. 1883 *945 103 

Venice. 1797-1849. 2 v 945 18 

Venice. 1884 914.5 104 

IT. Hist. Venetian republic. 4 v. 945 14 
xs. Venetian life. 1867 9i4'5 32 

?. 1874 914.5 33 

, Daniei„ i848-*9 ; by Butt. 2 v. 945 73 

Stories of Venice. 1873 *945 60 

T. Venice. 1880 914.5 R-3 

1 

Florence. 

ORD. Life in Tuscany. 1859 914.5 13 

. * * Mann " and manners, Florence. 

10-1786. 2v 914.5 87 

!CE. Reference list; by Foster. V. 2 " 16 55 

Florence. 1884 914.5 103 

R. Walks in Florence. 2 v 914.5 34 

ivELLi. Florentine bist's. 1845. . 945 34 

- 1S47 945 37 

fry of Florence 850 8 

, House of. 1428-1737 ; by Noble. 945 no 
, I-^renzo De. Life; by Roscoe. 923.5 33 
. Florentine hist, to 1791. 6 v. . 945 28 
Florentine republic. 1833. 2 v.. 945 35 
I. F. Hist.; by Trollope. i860.. 945 106 
Italy. Florence, Venice. 1872.. 914.5 69 

•PE. Hist, to 1531. 4v 945 24 

[. Tuscan hills, etc. 1885 914.5 107 

Florence. 1867 914.5 36 

E, Florence. 1881 914.5 R-4 

Genoa. • 

Genoa. 1881 945 94 

OK. Genoese hist. 1875 945 71 

Naples.— Sicily.— Malta. 

War of Sicilian vespers. 3 v. . . 945 43 

E- Through Sicily and MalU 914. 5 41 

PA- HisL Naples, 1734-1825. 2 v. 945 41 

Diary of an idle woman. 2 v. . 914.5 94 

♦ Yor young 



GENERAL TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 

Baedeker. Italy; hand-book. 3 v... 914.5 W-i 

Beckford. Italy, Spain, etc, 1845 914.5 27 

Benson. Art and nature in Italy. 1882. . 914.5 99 
BiANCiARDi. At home in Italy. 1884.. 914. 5 105 

Carr. North lulian folk. 1878 9i4'5 14 

Channing. Sunny skies *9I4.5 22 

Chateaubriand. Recollectionsoflt., etc. 914.5 68 

Child-life in Italy. 1866 *9I4.5 28 

CoBBE. Italics. 1864 914.5 90 

Cruisings in Italy, etc 9x4. 5 24 

Elliot. Diary of an idle woman. 1872.914.585 

Gautier. Voyage en Italic. 1879 9^4.5 86 

Gilbert. Cadore. 1869 914.5 B-7 

Gould. Zephyrs from Italy. 1852 914.5 23 

Gregorovius. Capri. 1879 914. 5 83 

Hare. Cities of N. and Central It. 3 v. . 914.5 96 

Cities of S. Italy and Sicily. 1883 914.5 loi 

Hawthorne. Fr. and It. note-books. 2 v. 914.5 29 
Hilliard. Six months in Italy. 1877. . 914.5 26 ' 

HowELLS. Italian journeys. 1867 914.5 31 

Jameson. Diary of an ennuyee. 1833.. 914.5 17 

Jarves. Italian rambles. 1883 914.5 102 

Lear. Journals of a painter. 1852 914.5 B-i 

Lester. My consulship. 1853. 2 v... 914.5 18 

Manning. Italian pictures 914.5 B-5 

MoENS. Travellers and brigands. 1866. 914.5 25 

Moltke. Notes of travel. 1880 914.5 82 

Moore. Society and manners. 1781. 2 v. 914.5 i 

Morgan. Italy. 1821. 2 v 9145 6 

Murray's hand-book for Cent. It. 1861. .914.5 \V-6 
Hand-book for Northern Italy, i860. .914.5 \V-4 
Hand-book for Southern Italy. 1858. 914.. 5 W-5 

Peale. Notes on Italy. 1830 914.58 

Perth, i?/Tr/<?/. Letters from It. 1688-96. 914.5 5 
Ramage. Nooks and by-ways. 1868... 914.5 80 
Ritchie. Italian life and legends. 1870.914.520 
St. JbHN. Subalpine kingdom. 1856. 2v. 914.5 9 

Sala. Journey due South. 1885 914.5 79 

Smyth. Island of Sardinia. 1828 9x4.537 

Stafford <7//</ Ball. It. illustrated. 2V.914.5 B-2 

Stieler, «r/ /?/. Italy. 1878 914.5 R-i 

Stisted. By-ways of Italy. 1845 914. 5 12 

readers. 



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SWITZERLAND. — GERMANY. 



Story. Vallombrosa. 1881 914- 5 93 

Symonds. Italian by-ways. 18S3 914-5 i<» 

TOBIN. Journal of a tour. 1829 914-5 i^ 

Trollope. Visit to Italy. 1842. 2 v. . 914.5 71 
Tyndalk. Island of Sardinia. 1849. 3 v. 914.538 
WiLSO.N. Through France and It. 1S35. 914.5 11 



SWITZERLAND. 

HISTORY. 

Grattan. Hist. Switzerland. 1830 948 X 7 

Keller. Lake dwellings. 1878. 2 v. . . 571 37 

Mackenzie. Switzerland. 1881 *948 X 12 

Mallet du Pan. Destruction of Helvetic 

Union. 1799 948 X 8 

Naylor. Helvetic republics. 1809. 4 v. 948 X i 

Planta. Helvetic confederacy. 3v 948X9 

Spon. History Geneva. 1867 948X B-i 

Tell, William. Y Andres Hofer; por 

Florian. 1866 923.5 2i 

Zschokke. Hist. Switzerland, i860. . .♦948 X 5 
Same. 1875 '948 X 6 



Rideing. The alpenstock. 1880 

Sewell. a summer tour. 1859 *9 

Simoni). Switzerland. 1822. 2 v < 

Smith, A. Story of Mt. Blanc. 1853.. . 

Switzerland and Swiss. 1875 9" 

Trench. Walk around Mt. Blanc. 1847.. 9 
TsciiUDi. Sketches in the Alps. 1862.. 9: 
Tyndall. H'rsof exercise in Alps. 1871. 

Viollet-le-Dic. Mt. Blanc. 1877 

Whymper. Scrambles amongst the Alps. 

1860-1869 

Williams. Alps, Switzerland, etc 91. 



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Austin. 

Brewer. 

Corner. 

Croly. 

Dathe. 



GERMANY. 

GENERAL HISTORY. 

Germany. i76<>-i8i4 

History Germany. 1S81. . . . 

History Germany 

Year of liberation. 18 13. 2 v. 
History of Hamburgh. 1766. . 



TRAVEL AND DESCRIPTION. 

Alpine Club. Peaks, passes, glaciers. 3 v.. 551 19 

Among the Alps *07i02 

AULDjo. Ascent of Mt. Blanc. 1827..914.11 26 

Baedeker. Switzerland. 1873 914.H W-2 

BONNEY. Alpine regions. 1868 551 17 

Bray. Mountains and lakes. 1841. 3v.914.11 18 

Bremer. Life in the old world. 2 v 914. 11 21 

Cheever. Shadow of Mt. Blanc. 1859.914. 11 14 
Cook. Iland-b'k to Switzerland. 1874.914. 11 W-i 
Cooper. Sketches of Switz. 1836. 2 v. 914. 11 i 
Co-XE. Travels in Switz. 1801. 3V...914.11 10 

Dumas. Impressions de voyage 914. 11 15 

Fer(;uson. Swiss men and m't's. 1S62.914.11 26 
Freshkield. .Summer tour, Grisons. . .'.914.11 16 

George. Alpine journal. 1863-66 551 15 

Havkrgall. Swiss letters, etc. 1881..914.11 24 

IIeadley. Alps and Rhine. 1845 914. n 28 

Herring. Mountains and lakes. 1847..914.11 R-i \ 
Johnson. Cottages of the Alps. i860. .914.11 25 1 
Jones. Regular Swiss round. 1865. .. .914. 11 29 

Lander. Zurich. 1868 914. 11 31 

Letters from Geneva. 18 19. 2 v 914.4 8 

Manninc;. Swiss pictures 914. 11 B-2 

MoRELL. Scientific guide. 1867 508 18 

MuGGE. Switzerland in 1847. 2 v 914-11 8 

Murray. Hand-b'k for Switzerland. .914.11 W-3 
Plunkett. Among the Alps. 1875 .. .914.11 32 
Prime. Letters from Switz. i860 914 11 27 



DUNHA.M. Hist. Gertnanic empire. 3 v. 

Fischell. Rhine frontier. i86o 943 

German empire. Reference list; by Fos- 
ter. V. 2 

Greenwood. Hist.; barbaric period. .. . 

Halliday. House of Hanover. 2 v 

Lewis. History Germany. 1874 

Same. 1877 

Malet. Overthrow of confederation. .•. . 
M alleson. Battlefields of Ger. 1 884. . . 
Menzel. Hist. Germany. 1848. 3 v. . 

Peakk. Hist. Ger. emperors. 1874 

Si ME. History Germany. 1874 

Stack a. Deutsche geschichte. 1881. 2 v. 
Taylor. School hist, of Ger. 1874 

Thirty Years' War. 

CusT. Warriors of Thirty y'rs' war. 2 v. 
Gardiner. Thirty years' war. 1874. . 
Gindeley. Thirty years' war. 2 v. . . 

True. Thirty years* war 

W^allenstein. Life; by Mitchell. 1837.^ 

YoNGE. Aunt Charlotte's stories * 

Young folks hist, of Ger. 1878 

Prussia. 

Bismarck. Biog. ; by Gttrlach. ^ 1875... 

In the Franco-Ger. war. 1879. 2 v. . . 

Life; by Hesekiel. 1870 

Life; by Klaczko. 1876 

Our chancellor; by Busch. 1884. 2v. . 

D., M. A. Hist, of Prussia to 1S67 

Franco-Prussian war. (See under France.) 

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GERMANY. 



39 



;k, the great. And his times; by 

Dcr. 1837 943 34 

aria Theresa; by De Broglie. 2 v. 943 100 
he seven years* war; by Long- 

s. 1881 94370 

otcs; by Thiebault. 1806. 2 v. 923.3 3 

ntalter; Von Oncken. 1S81 943 '92 

ire de mon temps 830 202 

ire de la guerre de sept ans. 2 v. . 830 203 

sires. 1763-1775 830 205 

oires de la guerre. 1 778 830 205 

>ry of my own time 830 217 

seven years* war. 2 v 830 218 

oirs, cor., etc. 10 v 830 220 

My; by Abbott. 1871 *943 33 

3ry; by Brackenbury. 1884 943 105 

wy; by Carlyle. 6 v 943 19 

i. 6v 94325 

!. 10 V 820.2 285 

ory; by Lord Dover. 1833. 2 v. . 943 31 

ory; by Kington. 2 v 940 24 

loires; par De Bury. 1862 923.3 6 

(rial hist. ; by KUgler. 1845 943 B-i 

nsberg memorials; by Hamilton. . . 943 82 
iiCK III. Memoirs; by Towers. 943 48 
, of Prussia. Memorial; by Kluck- 

Im. 1881 94391 

by Hurst. 1874 923.3 11 

EAU. La cour de Berlin. 1789. . . 840 191 
:; translated 943 16 

E. Life; by Mailer. 1879 923.3 28 

EFAGES. The Prussian race. 1872. 572 33 

Life and times; by Seeley. 3 v. 923.3 21 
t, Histor)' of Prussia to 1740. . . . 943 104 

J leaders. 1876 923.31 

31 I., Emp. Biog. ; by Kingston. 943 99 
>i.T.. Courts of Berlin, Dresden, 

1800. 2v 94317 

Hist. Prussia. 1876. 2 v 943 36 

ArSTRIA. — Hl'.NGARY. 

Hungarian empire. 1 866-1 870 943 54 

Hist, house of A. 1218-1792. 3 v. 943 9 

F. Memoir; by Forster. 1880. . 923.3 39 
Battle fields of 1866 943 62 

^Prince. Memoirs; by himself. . 923.4 64 

i\D L IJH^\ by Ranke. 1862.. 922. 2 103 

yiy life, etc.. in Hungary. 943 56 

Hist, of house of A. 1793-1848.- 943 12 

Seven weeks' war. i866. 2 v. 943 60 

War of independence in Hun- 

1S50. 2 V 943 89 

Vienna, 1683; defeat of the 
lS33 943 103 



Maximiua.n IL Life; by Ranke. 1862. .922.2 103 
Metternich, Prince. Memoirs, v. 1-2. 923.2 29 

Same. 1880-1882. 5v 923.331 

MiCHiELS. Secret hist. A. gov't. 1859.. 94358 
MoNTKiTii. Danger of Austria's subju- 
gation. 1859 943 Pam. I 

Pragav. Hungarian revolution. 1850. . 943 55 

RoGGE. Chaplain in the field. 1866 943 77 

Scenes of civil war in Hung. 1 848-1 849. 943 57 
Stiles. Austria in 1848-1849. 2 v 943 52 

Same 943 96 

Szabad. Hungary, past and present. . . . 943 88 
Vehse. Memoirs, court, etc., of A. 2 v. 943 13 

Voltaire. The war of 1741 840 29 

Wolf. Oesterrich, i 740-1 792. 1883... 943 no 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Andersen. Poets' bazaar. 1871 *9i4.3 7 

Baedeker. Hand-book for Northern Ger- 
many. 1873 914.3 W-i 

Hand-book for S. Germany, etc 914.3 W-2 

Barrow. Thro* Germany, etc. 1862 . . 914.4 18 
Blackburn. Harz mountains. 1873. . . 914.3 76 
Brooke. Life of the Moselle. 1858 . . . 914.3 45 

Brown. Chats about Germany *9i4-3 78 

Browne. Am. family in Ger. 1866 914.3 17 

CiiETWYND. German village. 1880 914. 3 58 

DeBurv. Germany as it is. 1857. 2 v. 914.3 41 

DiDON. The Germans. 1884 9x4.3 79. 

Dwight. Travels in N. Ger. 1825-26.. 914.3 I 

German home life. 1876 914.3 '5 

Gould. Germany. 1879. 2 v 9143 52 

Green. Pict's from Fatherland. 1880. 914.3 B-2 
GuTZKOW. Reiseeindruecke. 1832-73.. 830 180 

Hawthorne. Saxon studies. 1876 914.39 

Head. Bubbles from Brunnen of Nassau. 914.3 8 
Heine. Pictures of travel. 1856 914.3 6 

Trip to the Brocken. 1881 914.3 67 

Hurst. In the fatherland. 1875 914-3 34 

Johnson. Peasant life. 1858 914.3 I4 

Lander. For young eyes: Berlin. i868.*9i4.3 18 

Lee. In the Alsatian m'ts. 1883 914.3 73 

PoLLNiTZ. Travels. 1739. 4 v 914-3 37 

Powers. Muskingum legends. 1S71.. . 914.3 35 

Ramble in Germany. 1827 914.3 16 

Ruggles. Ger. without spectacles. 1883. 914.3 72 
Stael, De. D' I'Allemagne. 2 v 840 253 

Germany. 1814. 2 v 914.3 4 

Strahan. New Hyperion. 1875 914.3 3 

Vasili. Berlin society. 1884 914- 3 75 

Vavasour. My last tour. 1843 914-3 2 

Vizetelly. Berlin under the empire. 2 v. 914.3 54 



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40 



GERMANY. --THE NETHERLANDS, ETC. 



Austria. — Hungary. 

Across the Carpathians. 1862 914-3 27 

Bbattie. The Danube 914-3 B-i 

BouER. Transylvania. 1865 914-3 28 

Brace. Hungary in 1851 914-3 3^ 

Hunter. Santo, Lucia & Co. in A 914-3 74 

Hutchinson. Try Cracow. 1872 914-3 66 

Journal of a nobleman at Vienna. 1833. . . 914.3 26 

Kay. Austria-Hungary. 1880 914-3 61 

Kohl. Austria, Vienna, etc. 1844 914-3 19 

Magyarland. 1881. 2v 914.368 

Paget. Hungary, Transylvania. 2 v . . 914.3 29 
Pardoe. City of the Magyar. -1840. 3 v. 914.3 31 
Paton. Highlands and islands. 2 v... 914.3 24 
Patterson. The Magyars. 1869. 2 v. . 914.3 46 

TissOT. Unknown Hungary. 2 v 914.3 62 

Troixope. Vienna. 1838. 2 v 914.3 20 

TURNBULL. Austria. 1840. 2 v 914-3 22 

Tyrol. — Bavaria. — Baden. 

Capper. The Boden See. 1880 9^4-3 64 

Edwards. Untrodden peaks, etc. 1873. 914.3 71 

Grohman. Gaddings. 1S78 914-3 12 

SCHMID and Stieler. Bavarian highrds.914.3 R-i 

SfiGUlN. Black forest 914-3 5i 

Country of passion play. 1880 914-3 60 

Walks in Bavaria. 1884 914. 3 77 

Waring. Tyrol, etc. 1880 914.3 50 

Watts. Art-student in Munich. 2 v. . . 914.3 56 
White. Holidays in Tyrol, etc. 1881.. 914.3 65 
Wood. Black forest. 1882 914.3 70 

The Rhine. 

Baedeker. The Rhine. 1873 914.3 W-3 

Hill. Rhine roamings. 1880 9^4-3 59 

Hood. Up the Rhine. 1866 914.3 11 

Hugo. The Rhine. 1874 9^4-3 10 

Mansfield. Log of the " Water Lily". . 914.3 13 

Snowe. The Rhine. 1839. 2 v 914. 3 48 

Stieler, et ai. The Rhine. 1878 914.3 R-2 

ToMKLESON. Views of the Rhine. 1852.. 914.3 44 



THE NETHERLANDS. 

HISTORY. 
Artevelde, J. aftd P. Van. History; by 



Grattan. Hist. Netherlands. 1831 . . . 
Leicester. Correspondence. 1585-86. . 

Leopold I. Memoirs ; by Juste 

LiEFDE. Great Dutch admirals. 1873. . .*< 
McCuLLAGH. Industrial hist. ; Dutch... 
Mary 0/ Burgundy, Memoirs; by Cos- 

tello. 1853 

Mears. The beggars of Holland * 

Motley. History United Netherlands. 
1868. 4 V 

Same 

Rise of Dutch republic. 1856. 3 v. . . 

Same (N. D.). 3 v 

Same. 1878. i v c 

Nassau, House of , Hist.; by Brc\'al... 
Orange, Princes of. Lives; by Maurier. 

Schiller. Revolt of Netherlands * 

William, M^ 5ii^if/. Story of; by Barrett. * 

Reference list; by Foster, v. 4 

Witt, J. De, Historj'; by Geddes 

Young. Hist, of Netherlands. 1884... * 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Amicis, De. Holland and people. 1881. 9 
Olanda. 1880 9 

Baedeker. Belgium and Holland. 1874.914 

Bird. Land of dykes, etc. 1882 9 

Bougiiton. Sketching rambles. 1885.. 9 

Calderwood, Airs. Letters and jour- 
nal. 1756 9 

EsQUiROS. Dutch at home. 1863 

Gordon. Belgium and Holland. 1S30. 9 

Hare. Holland and Scand. 1885 9 

Havard. Dead cities of Zuyder Zee 

Heart of Holland. 1880 9 

HoussAVE. Voyages humoristiques 

Ireland. Thro* Holland, etc. 1789. 2 v. 

Scudder. Bod ley grandchildren 

Stevenson. An inland voyage. 1878 . . 

Tour of eight days for 44J. 1878 

Trollope. Belgium and W. Ger. 2 v. . 

Waring. Farmer's vacation. 1876 c 



Ilutton. 1882 949 27 

Barnevelde. Life and death; by Mot- 
ley. 2v 923.54 

BoswoRTH. Origin of the Dutch. 1846 . 439 i 
Burgundy, Dues de. Histoire, par Bar- 
ante. 12 v 944.2 13 

CuMilM^ the Bold. Hist.; by Kirk. 3 v. 944.2 i 
Corner. Hist. Holland and Belgium... ^949 26 
Davies. Hist, of Holland. 1841. 3 v.. 9491 

* For young readers. 



SCANDINAVIA. 

ANTIQUITIES AND HISTOR\ 
Brown. Northern courts since 1766. 2 v. 



Crichton rtW Wheaton. Scandinavia.. 

1838. 2 V 

Denmark, Sweden, Norway. 

3v 

Northern antiquities. 1847. . . 
Primitive Scandinavia 



Dunham. 

1839. 

Mallet. 

NiLSSON. 



SCANDINAVIA. — RUSSIA. 



41 



candinavian history. 1874 948 4 

>N. Scythians or Goths. 1777. 57228 

Hist. Scandinavia. 1867 948 i 

s. Hand-b'k Runic monum'ts.. 498 R-i 

Sweden. 

:XII. And his times; byAlberg. '948 27 

re; par Voltaire 840 138 

ed. by Fasnacht 948 30 

trans. 2v 84020 

1811 948 13 

1881 94814 

NA. Memoirs; by Woodhead . . . . 948 15 

Hist, of Swedes to 1654 948 10 

L's Adolphus. History. 2 v 948 B-i 

7 ; by Stevens. 1884 948 29 

\ ; par Abelous. 1864 . . . ' 948 18 

L-s Vasa. And his times; by 

erg. 1882 *948 25 

7. 1852 948 26 

lN. Late revolution. 1783 948 28 

Denmark. 

ARDT. Den. in early iron age . . . 948 R-i 

Den. and Germany. 181 5-1862. 948 24 

-UE. Succession to crown. 1861.948 Pam. i 

£. Antiq. of Denmark. 1849 . . 571 45 

Norway. 

Hist, of Norway. 1818 948 20 

!L Early kings of Norway 948 19 



Heimskringla. 1844. 3 v 

Iceland. 
Y. Island of fire. 874-1874 



948 7 

948 5 

948 6 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 



Paijkull. 
Pfeifker. 



ER. Norway and Sweden. 1879.914. 8 W-2 
Visit to N. Europe. 1841. 2 v. 914.8 6 

R. Excursions. 1840. 2v 9I4'8 i 

L Land of Thor. 1867 914.8 10 

WORTH. Zigzag journeys *024905 

Northern summer. 1804 914.8 9 

JLLU. Land of midn't sun. 2 v. . 914.8 45 

r. Letters from N. of Europe 914.8 5 

Thro* Norway, Sweden, etc. 1837. 914. 8 21 

Within the arctic circle. 2 v 914.8 39 

:gor- ** Rob Roy " on the Baltic. ♦914.8 4 
E. The nightless North. i88i.. 914.8 41 

J hand-book. 1858 914.8 W-i 

. Canoe travelling. 1871 ♦914.8 3 

u Viking Bodleys ♦026806 

xl sonuner in Lapland. 1871. . . 508 17 
Smnmer in Scandinavia. 1885.. 914.8 59 

♦ For youttfr readers. 



Taylor. Northern travel. 1865 914.8 8 

Tyler. Scandinavian summer. 1881.. . 914.8. 44 
Vincent. Norst, Lapp, Finn. 1881 ... 914.8 43 

Westminster. Diary of tour. 1827 914.8 55 

Wilde. Driftwood from Scand. 1884. . 914.8 56 
Wilson. Travels in Norway, etc. 1826. 914.8 23 

Sweden. 

Andersen. Pictures of travel. 1871 914.819 

Jerrold. a brage -beaker with Swedes. .914.8 20 

Laing. Tour in Sweden. 1838 914.8 17 

Lloyd. Peasant life. 1870 914.8 18 

Marry ATT. One year in Sweden. 2 v. 914.8 15 

Denmark. 

Griffin. Danish days. 1875. < 914.8 14 

Laing. State of Denmark, etc. 1851. . 914.8 11 

Marryat. In Jutland, i860. 2 v 914.8 I2 

Norway. 
BowDEN. Naturalist in Norway. 1869. . 508 16 

Norway. 1867 914.8 22 

Campbell. How to see Norway. 1871.. 914.8 26 

Caton. Summer in Nonn'ay. 1875 914.8 25 

Forester. Rambles in Norway. 1855.. 914.8 28 
Laing. Residence in Norway. 1836. .. 914.8 24 

Price. Norway and scenery. 1853 914.8 27 

Stone. Norway in June. 18S2 914.8 54 

Three in Norway. 1882 914.8 51 

Tromholt. Under the Aurora. 1S85. . 914.8 57 

Iceland. 

Burton. Ultima thule. 1875. 2v 914.832 

Dufferin. Let'rs from high latitudes. . .914.8 36 
F0NBLAN(^)iJE. Five weeks in I'd. 1880. .914.8 42 

Forbes. Iceland, i860 9148 29 

Gould. Iceland. 1863 914.8 B-i 

Henderson. Iceland. 1814-15 914.8 30 

Same. 1831 914.8 31 

Lock. Home of the Eddas. 1879 914.8 52 

METCALFE. Oxonian in Iceland. 1867.. 914.8 37 

Mills. Nordurfari 914.8 28 

NicoL. Acc't. of Iceland. 1840 914.8 38 

Oswald. By fell and fjord. 1882 914.8 53 

Summer in Iceland. 1868. . . 914.8 34 

Journey to Iceland. 



1852... 914.8 35 



RUSSIA. 

HISTORY. 



947 16 



Alexander I. Life; byjoyneville. 3 v.. 

Alexander I. «//</ Nicholas I. Secret 

history; by Schintzler. 1847. 2 v.. 947 8 

Alexander II. Life; byjoyneville 947 53 

And Nihilism. Reference list; by Fos- 
ter. V. 1 16 55 






42 



RUSSIA. 



Alexandra Feodorowna. Life ; by 

Grimm. 1S70. 2v 923.525 

Before and after the war. 1880 914.7 33 

Bell. History to 1807. 3 v 947 13 

BosT. Pub. Lib. Bulletin; bibliog. notes: 

Russia and Eastern question. V. 3.. 17 B-14 
Catherine IL Gcschichte; Von Brueck- 

ncr. 1883 947 56 

Life; by Tooke. iSoo. 3 v 947 33 

Memoirs; by herself. 1859 923.5 20 

Chesney. Russo- Turkish campaigns. 

1828-1S29 947 7 

COBDEN. Russia, Turkey and Eng. 1876. 327.2 2 

Crimean War. 

Andrews. Views, Turkey and Crimea . 947 T-i 

Chamber's pictorial history. 1856 *947 B-4 

Dix. The unholy alliance. 1855 947 28 

■ Duberly. Journal during war 947 25 

Kinglake. Invasion of the Crimea. 6v. 947 39 

Same. 4 v 947 47 

McCoRMiCK. Visit to Sevastapol. 1855. 947 26 
Marx. Kinglake's book, 1863 . . .947 Pam. 10 

Nolan. Illustrated history. 2 v 947 19 

Recollections of a Zouave. 1856 947 27 

Russell. War in Crimea. 1855 947 22 

SOVER. Culinary campaign. 1857.... 947 31 

Taylor. Journal 2 v 947 23 

Tyrrell. The war. 3 v 947 B-i 

Urquhart. Story of the war. 1857.947 Pam. 3 

Daily News war cor. 1S77 947 32 

Same. 1877-78 947 32^^ 

Dole. Young folk's history. 1881 *<>47 52 

Expedition to Circassia. 1864 947 Pam. 4 

Giacometti. Russia's work in Turkey. . 947 11 
GORTCHAKOFF. Lifc; by Klaczko. 1S76. 923.3 8 
Greene. Army life in Russia. 18S0... . 914.7 29 

Growth of Russian power. 1856 947 Pam. 8 

Hamel. England and Russia 914.7 4 

Herberstein. Notes on Russia. 1517- 

'26. 2v 914.7 I 

Horsey. Russia, i6th century. 1S56. .. 914.73 
Kelly. History of Russia. 1854. 2 v. 947 i 
Latham. Native races of Russia. 1854. 572 9 
Mazei»p.\. True story of; by Vogue. 1885. 947 21 
Milner. The Crimea; history, etc. 1855. 947 29 

Nicholas I. Life; by Mayne. 1855 947 10 

Life; by Schmucker. 185O 947 30 

Nihilism. Hibliog. note on. Harvard 

Univ. Bui. v. 2 16 B-17 

Noble. The Russian revolt. 1885 914.7 79 

Palmerston's contradictions. 1S63 947 Pam. 5 

Peter, the great. And Russia; by Segur. 947 4 
Geschichte; Von Brueckner. 1879 947 12 



I 



I 



Prter, the great. Hist. ; by AbbotL i869.*923.5 

History; by Schuyler. 1884. 2v 947 

History; by Voltaire 840 

Histoire; par Voltaire 840 ] 

Peter III and C.vtherine II. Reigns 

of. 1798. 2v 94^ 

Rambaud. Hist, of Russia to 1877. 2 v. 947 
RoLLAND. Circassia: a speech. 1S62..947 Pam 
RoM.v-NOFF. Hist, narratives. 1S71.... 941 

Russie et I'Europe. 1870 947 Pun 

Stepniak. Under the Tzars. 1885 947' 

Same 947 

Underground Russia. 1883 914-7 

Swinburne. The Muscovite crusade. .947 Fttii 

TiiOMSEN. Ancient Russia. 1877 917 

TooKE. View ot empire. 1 762-1 796. 3 v. 914.] 
U rquhart. The Circassian war. 1863 . 947 Ptm 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Barry. Ivan at home. 1872 914.7 

Brooks. Russians of the south. 1864. . 914.7 
CoxE. Travels in Poland, etc. i8oa. 5 v. 914,7 
Custink. Empire of the Czar. 1843. 3 v. 914.7 

I^ Russie. 1839. 4 v 914.7 

Russia. 1863 914.7 

Dixon. Free Russia. 1870 914.7 

Eastlake. Letters from the Baltic 914-7 

EcKHARDT. Modern Russia. 1870 914.7 

English woman in Russia. 1855 914-7 

Gallenca. Summer tour. 1882 914,7 

Gai tier. Winter in Russia. 1874 914.7 

Gi-ROWSKi. Russia and people. 1854.. . 914.7. 

Russia as it is. 1854 914-7 

Hare. Studies in Russia. 1885 9I4<7 

Hell. Steppes of Caspian, etc. 1847.. 914.7 

James. Tour. 1813-1814. 2 v 914.7 

Jerrmann. Pict's of St. Petersburg 914.7 

Same 914*7 

Johnstone. Trip up the Volga 914.7 

Kingston. Fred Markham in Russia.. . *05; 

Koch. Crimea and Odessa. 1855 9^4' 7 

Lacinv. The Knout. 1854 914.7 

Lander. Moscow. 1868 *9i4-7 

St. Petersburg. 1868 *9i4-7 

L AN KKNAU <?/;</ Oelnitz. Russia. 1881. 914.7 
Letters from Scandinavia. 1796. 2 v. . . . 914.7 

LoiBAT. Fo.x's mission. 1866 914.7 

LowTii. Around the Kremlin. 1868. . . 914.7 
Mt.CirLLOt'H. Russia and Turkey. 1864. 914.7 
MacMichael. Moscow to Constantino- 
ple. 1S17-1818 914-7 ■ 

Maxwell. Czar, court and people . . . . 914.7 
Murphy. Russia in 1856 914-7 



• For young readers. 



RUSSIA. — POLAND. — TURKEY. — DANUBIAN STATES, ETC. 



43 



's fa'd-bl: to N. Europe. 1849 914. 7 W-i 

Y, £. C. G. Russians of to-day. . 914.7 56 

iNT. The Black sea. 1854 914.7 62 

PS. All the Russias 914.7 77 

>R. Russian journey. 1873 9I4«7 64 

White sea peninsula. 1881 9I4'7 30 

^tions of Russia. 1855 9i4«7 51 

tions of Russia. 1844. 2 v 914-7 53 

HDSOy. Ralph's year in Russia. . . ^025 202 

(E. Russia and Russians. 1836.. 914.7 59 

Sketch of £. Russia. 1878. . .*. . 914.7 65 

11 Empire. 1856 9I4<7 50 

Journey due north. 1858 9I4-7 61 

1M. Siberia in Europe. 1880 914.7 32 

Three cities. 1862. 2 v 914-7 67 

IR. Travels in Circassia. 2 v. . . . 914.7 39 

7RSKI. Productive forces of R. 2 V. 914.7 8 

'. Eastern Europe, etc. 1863 . . . 914.7 23 

Russians and Germans. 1882. . 914.7 72 

CE. Russia. 1877 914.7 II 

r. Travels in Russia. 1828. 2 v. . 914.7 21 
Y. Savage Svanetia. 1883. 2 v«.. 914.7 75 



POLAND. 

M. History Poland. 1831. D 

DS. Polish captivity. 1863. 2 v.. 

lish insurrection. 1865. 2 v 

L'NSK[. The late revolut'n. 1833. 

E. Poland. 1885 

Bone caves of Ojcow. 1884. • • 
Ai'. Gouvernement de Pologne. . 



Fall of Poland. 1852. 
Poland. 1883 



2 v.. 



949 X 9 

949 >^ 3 
949 X 7 

949 X 2 

949 X 21 

571 B-7 

840 98 

840 273 

949 >^ 5 
949 X 20 



TURKEY. 

HISTORY. 

War in Bulgaria. 1879. 2 v 947 X 16 

;ov't, enemy of Turkey. 1877. 947X Pam. 3 

Eastern question. 1877 947 X 9 

Races of European Turkey 947 X 15 

Hist. Ottoman Turks. 1877.. 947 X 11 

. Turkish Life. 1881 947X21 

f Conference. 1877 947 X Pam. 2 

. Ottoman power. 1877 947 X 8 

n Europe 947 X 21 

Russian army in Turkey. 1877- 

2 V 947 X B-2 

r. Maritime wars of Turks. . .947 X B-i 
Turkish history. 1704 947 X 6 



Lamartine. Hist. Turkey. 1857. 3 v.. 947X3 

Lectures on history of Turks. 1854 947 X 7 

Menzies. Turkey, old and new. 2 v. . . 947 X 18 
Ollier. Russo-Turkish war. 1879. 2V.947XB-4 

Porter. Turkey. 1854. 2 v 947 X i 

STRAXr.KORi). Writings. 1869. 2V...947X12 
War in Bosnia. 1737-1739 947 X ID 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Allom. Constantinople. 2 v 914.12 B-5 

Amicis, De. Constantinople. 1878 914.1248 

Costantinopoli. 1881 914.12 64 

Baker. Turkey. 1877 914. 12 26 

Blackwood. On the Bosphorus, etc. ..914.12 63 

Bryce. Constantinople. 1878 914.1262 

Butter WORTH. Zigzag journeys *024903 

CoLTON. Constantinople, etc. 1836. .. 914.12 14 
Dallaway. Constantinople. 1797 .. .914.12 B-8 
De Kay. Sketches of Turkey. 1831. . . 914.12 24 
Edrehi. Capital of Asia, etc. 1855. . . 914.12 27 

Gautier. Constantinople. 1875 914.12 33 

Hamlin. Among the Turks. 187S 914.12 10 

Hornby. Const, during war. 1863. . .914.12 B-7 

MacFarlane. Kismet. 1853 914.12 42 

Paine. Tent and harem. 1859 914.1230 

Porter. Constantinople. 1835. 2 v. 914.12 37 
Prime. Forty years in Turkey. 1876. . 914.12 25 

St. John. Turks in Europe. 1853 914-12 23 

Shoberl. Turkey. 3 v 394 27 

TozER. Highlands of Turkey, etc. 2 v. 914. 12 28 
Trenery. City of crescent. 1854. 2 v.. 914. 12 44 
White. Three years in Const. 1S45. 3v.914.12 34 



DANUBIAN STATES. 

Creac.h. Over the borders. 1875. 2 v. 914.13 5 
M-ackenzie anJ Irby. Travels. 1866. 914.13 8 
MiNCHiN. Bulgaria since the war. 1S79.914.13 ii 

NoYES. Roumania. 1858 914.134 

QuLN. Down the Danube. 1836 914* 13 7 

St. Clair nfiJ Brophy. Residence in 

Bulgaria. 1869 914.13 lo 

Samuei.son. Roumania, past and present. 949 X 19 



SERVIA. 

Paton. Servia. 1843-1844 914.13 

Ranke. Hist. Servia. 1853 949 X 

Urquhart. Fragment of hist, of Ser- 
via. 1843 949X Para. 



I 

I 



• For young readers. 



44 



DALMATIA. — GREECE. — THE LEVANT AT LARGE. 



DALMATIA, ETC. 

Freeman. Subject and neighbor-lands 

of Venice. 1881 91413 12 

Wilkinson. Dalmatia, Montenegro. 2 v. 914.13 2 



GREECE: MEDIi^VAL AND 
MODERN. 

HISTORY. 

EXEESON. Hist, modem Greece. 2v — 945^ 5 

Same. 1845. 2V 1 945X11 

FiNLAY. Byzantine Empire. 716-1453.. 945^ i 

Greece, Ottoman and Venetian 945 X 4 

Hist, of Greece, 1204-1461 945 X 3 

Gordon. Greek revolution. 1844. 2 v. 945 X 8 
Hertzberg. Geschichte der Byzantiner 

und des Osmanischen reiches 945 X 13 

History Modem Greece. 1827 945 X 7 

Howe. Greek revolution. 1828 945 X 10 

LiSTOiLLE. Greece and ** The Times." 

1880 945 X Pam. i 

SnuLMAN. Cretan insurrection. i866-*68.947 X 22 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

.About. I^ Grice contemporaine. 1872. 914.12 57 

Bent. The Cyclades. 1885 914.1271 

Bremer. Greece and Greeks. 1863. 2 v.. 914. 12 49 

Briton. Ath^nes. 1868 914.12 B-i 

Butter WORTH. Zigzag journeys in classic 

lands ^024902 

Chirol. 'Twixt Greek and Turk. 1880. 914.12 61 
Davy. Ionian Islands, etc. 1842. 2 v.. 914. 12 40 

Emerson. Letters from the .4igean 914. 12 16 

Farrer. Tour in (ireece. 1882 914.12 B-ii 

Gregorovius. Korfu. 1884 914.12 72 

Harrison. Greek vignettes. 1877 914.1246 

Hughes. Sicily. Greece, etc. 1820. . .914.12 B-2 

Jebb. Modern Greece. 1880 914. 12 58 

Knight. Albania. 18S0 914.12 59 

Mahaffy. Rambles and studies. 1876. 914.12 21 

Murray's hand-b'k for Gr.; rev. 2v 914.12 \V-i 

Perdicaris. Greece. 1845. 2v 914.12 19 

Savary. Letters on Greece. 1778 914.12 17 



I 



Sergeant. Greece. 1880 91^ 

New Greece. 1878 gU 

Skinner. Roughing it in Crete. 1867.. 91.; 

Snider. Walks in Hellas. 1883 9IJ 

Stephens. Travel in Greece. 2 v 91.J 

Taylor. Travels. 1859 91- 

Tuckerman. Greeks of to-day. 1872.. 91^ 



THE LEVANT, AT LARG 



Belciojoso. Oriental harems. 1862. 
Benjamin. Turk and Greek. 1867.. 

Black. In the East. 1865 

Bliss. In the Orient. 1875 

Brassey. 

Browne. 

Bryant. 

Carlisle 

Clarke. 

Colton. 

Curtis. 



■91 

.91 
.91 

.91 
Sunshine and storm. 1880.. .91^ 

Yusef. 1853 9J 

Letters from the East. 1869. . 91 

Diary. 1855 gu 

Travels. 1801 91^ 

Land and lee. 1851 914 

Howadji in Syria. 1852 91 

Same 9' 

DuRBiN. Observations in East. 1845. 2 v. 91 

Howe. Oriental and sacred scenes 91 

Kinglakf.. Eothcn. 1879 91 

Same 

Lamartine. Voyage en Orient. 2 v. ..91! 

Leech. Letters. 1869 91 

Madden. Travels. 1830. 2 v 91^ 

Maximilian. On the wing. 1868 9: 

Nugent. Lands, classical and sacred. . .9I! 
Perry. View of the Levant. 1743- ••9i4- 
Slade. Travel. 1831. 2 v 9 

Turkey, Greece, etc. 1837. 2 v 9 

Spencer. The East. 1850 9 

Stevenson. On summer seas. 1883. . .91. 
Taylor. Lands of the Saracen. 1866.. 9 

Temple. Travels. 1836. 2 v 91 

Urquhart. Spirit of the East. 1839. . q 
Van Lennep. Oriental album. 1862... 91; 
VoLNEY. Thro' Egypt and Syr. 1783-85. 9 

Wallace. The storied sea. 1883 91 

Warner. In the Levant. 1877 9 

Same 915 

W^ilde. Voyage. 1840. 2 v 9 



♦ For youngs readers. 



ASIA. 



45 



ASIA. 



GENERAL HISTORY. 

opean interests in. Reference 

y^ Foster, v. 4 1655 

marches. 181 8. 12 v 9502 

*roselytes of Ishmael. 1881 . . . 950 37 

Lhan. Life; by Douglas 95i 8 

. Asiatic history. 1844 ♦950 i 

lANCi. Buddhist records. A. D. 

2 V 294 70 

I. Hist, of Mongols. 1880. 3 v. 950 B-i 

lerald. 1824-29 950 14 

Life; by Markham 95i«9 2 



\L DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Travels; 17th century. 3 v.. .915.6 B-i 
N and SvsG-Y AS, Travels; A.D., 
and 518 912 22 

1869. *9I5 11 

Egypt to Japan. 1877 915 8 

Brindisi to Yokohama. 1885.. 915 18 

loumey. 1S44-1846 915 7 

X'TA. Travels 915 B-3 

L*s. Wonders of the East. A. D., 

3 912 21 

ft/. Sunford*s compend. of geog. ^91 5 16 

India to England. 1824 9^5 2 

x. Voyages. 1718. 2 v 915 B-i 

/ILIJC Voiage and trav. i327-*6o. 912 20 
AM. Clavijo's embassy. 1403-06. 915.9 2 
Iarco. His travels; by Towle... '915 15 
Is. 1271-95 915 6 

/*/. byYule. 2v 912 18 

L. (Geography W.Asia. 1831. 2 v. 915 13 
IsFAHANA. Geographical works. 

h century.) 915 i 

EKCEK. Travels. 1396-1427 ... 912 33 

MA. Travels. 1503-08 915 3 

>ON. Sunny lands and seas. 1883. 915 17 

Travels, i860. 2v. 9^5 4 



lA MINOR. — ARMENIA. 

Transcaucasia, etc. 1877 91 5- 6 125 

e of Kings of Armenia 894 4 

[. Hist, of Armenia. 1827. 2 v. 956 i 
Armenians, Koords, etc. 2 v. 915.6 144 
Armenia. 1854 915-6 98 

♦ For young readers 



Geary. Asiatic Turkey. 1878. 2 v.. .915.6 135 
Norman. Armenia campaign of 1877 — 956 7 

Parrot. Journey to Ararat. 1846 915.6 72 

Stevenson. Ride thro* Asia Minor . . . .915.6 155 
Van Lennep. Parts of Asia Minor 915.6 12a 



MESOPOTAMIA. 

Blunt. Bedouins of Euphrates. 1879. .915.6 132 
Cameron. Our future highway. 2 v.. .915.6 143 

Ellis. On a raft. 1881. 2 v 915-6 X49 

Walpole. TheAnsayrii. i850-*5i. 3 v. 915.6 107 



MODERN SYRIA AND HOLY 

LAND. 

A., L. L. Thro* the Holy Land. 1874.. ♦915. 6 69 

Appleton. Syrian sunshine. 1877 915.6 88 

Baedeker. Palestine and Syria. 1876. .915.6 W-i 

Beke. Jacob's flight. 1865 915.6 75 

Bremer. Travels; Holy land. 2 v 915.6 138 

Brkuss. Heathen and holy lands. 1859.. 9i5'6 4^ 
Burton and Drake. Unexplored Syria. 915.6 94 

Bush. Pilgrimage. 1867 915.6 38 

Carnarvon. Druses, i860. 915.6 51 

Carne. Syria, Holy Land, etc. 2 v. . .915.6 B-6 
Castlereagh. To Damascus. 1847. 2 v.. 915. 6 32 
Charles. Bible lands and seas. 1866. . 915.6 57 
Churchill. Mount Lebanon. 1853. 3 v. 915.6 48 

Dorr. Notes of travel. 1856 915. 6 71 

Dupuis. Holy places. 1856. 2 v 915.6 73 

Eddy. Walter's tour in the East. 6 v.. . *oi520i 
Edwards,^^/. Philip in Palestine. i870..*9i5.6 129 

Field. Among the holy hills. 1883 915.6 162 

Finn. Byeways in Palestine. 1868 915.6 77 

Goodell. Old and new. 1853 915.682 

Guylforde. Pylgrrymage. 1506 915.6 24 

Jessup. Syrian home-life. 1874 915.6 21 

Women of the Arabs. 9^5.6 124 

Kelley. Syria, etc 915.6 12 

Lamartine. Pilgrimage. 1833. 2 v. ..915.654 

Lynch. U. S. exploration. 1852 915.622 

Lyne. Midshipmen's trip. 1871 915.6 61 

Macgregor. ** Rob Roy" on the Jordan. *9i 5. 6 47 

MACLEOD. Eastward. 1869 915.6 80 

Manning, " Those holy fields." 915.6 B-4 

Margoliouth. Land of my fathers. 2 v. .915. 6 26 

Monta(;u. Expedition to Dead Sea 915.6 23 

Murray's hand-b'k. 1858. 2 v 915-6 W-2 

X For reference. 



46 



MODERN SYRIA AND HOLY LAND, ETC. 



NxriER. War in Syria. 1839. 2 v 956 4 

Newman. Dan to Beersheba. 1864 915.6 66 

Oliphant. Land of Gilead. 1880 915.6148 

Phelps. Bible lands. 1868 915.6 76 

Porter. Five years in Damascus. 1870.. 91 5. 6 62 

Giant cities of Bashan 9i5'6 96 

Same. 1869 915.6 97 

Pressense. Land of the Gospel 915.6 78 

Prime. Tent life. 1857 ^. . . .915.6 56 

Randall. Handwriting of God. |^6o..9i5.6 42 

RiDGAWAY. The Lord's land. 1876 915.6 37 

Robinson. Scripture lands. 1872 915.6 70 

Roberts. Holy Land, etc. (Drawings). 

2 V 915.6 C-i 

Rogers. Domestic life, Palestine 915.6 20 

Saulcy. Round the Dead Sea. 2 v 915.6 30 

Thompson. Holy Land. 1874 915.6 16 

Tristam. Land of Israel. 1866 915.6 36 

Land of Moab. 1873 915.6 89 

Turner. £1-Khuds. 1861 915. 6 40 

Wainwright. , Pathways of our Lord 915.6 79 

Wheeler. Letters from Eden. 1868. .*9i 5.6 39 
Wilson, ^f/. Picturesque Palestine. 4 v. 915.6 R-4 

Wilson. Travels, Holy I^nd. 2 v 915.6 28 

[See, also, under "Ancient Jewish Nation," p. 6.] 



MODERN CYPRUS. 

Baker. Cyprus. 1879 915.6 141 

Loehrer. Cyprus. 1878 915.6130 



ARABIA. 

HISTORY. 

Crichton. History Arabia. 1833. 2 v. 
Salil-Ibn-Razik. Imams and Seyyids of 

Oman. A. D., 661-1856 953 3 

[See, also, under ""Rise of Islam," page 11.] 



953 I 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Blunt. Pilgrintage to Nejd. 1881. 2 v.. 915. 3 21 
Burckhardt. Notes on Bedouins. 2 v.. 915. 3 18 

Travels in Arabia. 1829. 2 v 915-3 15 

Burton. El-Medina and Mecca. 1856. .915. 3 11 

Gold mines of Midian. 1878 9^5.3 14 

Du COURET. Life in the desert, i860. . .915.3 13 

Field. On the desert. 1883 915. 3 25 

FORSTER. Hist. geog. of Ara. 1844. 2 v.. 915.31 
Keane. Journey to Medina. 1881 915.3 24 

Six months in Mecca. 1S81 915.3 20 

Xaborde. Thro* Arabia Petrea. 1836... 915.3 5 



Fatal la Sayeghir among the Arabs; ed. by 

Lamartine. 1836 

Marveille. Voyage to Arabia. 1710...9 
Palgrave. Thro* Cent, and East. Arabia. 9 

Taylor, ed. Travels in Arabia ^ 

Upton. Gleanings from the desert. 1881..9 
Wellsted. Travels in Arabia. 1838. 2 v. < 



MODERN PERSIA. 

HISTORY. 

EuSitus. History of Vartan 9 

Eraser. Acct. of Persia. 1834 

Malcolm. Hist. Persia. 1829. 2v. ... 
Watson. History Persia. 1800-18 5 8. . . 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Alexander. India to England. 1826. 915 

Anderson. Wanderings. 1880 91 

Arnold. Through* Persia. 1877 9] 

Ballantine. Midnight marches. 1879. . 91 
Barbaro flW Contarini. Travels. 1873.91 
Binning. Two years in Persia. 2 v. . . . g 
Fowler. Three years in Persia. 2 v. . . 9 
Hanway. Acc't of British trade. 1753. 91; 

KiNNEiR. Geog. memoir. 1813 915 

MacGregor. Thro' Khorassan. 1875. .91 
Malcolm. Sketches of Persia. 1861...9] 
Marsh. Tennesseean in Persia. 1869. . . 91 

Morier. Journey. 1809 91J 

Through Persia, etc. 1809 ^ 

Perkins. Eight years in Persia. 1843.. . c 
St. John, ^/^z/. East'n Persia. 1872. 2v. c 
Shepherd. Bombay to Bushire. 1857. . 9] 
Southgate. Thro' Armenia, etc. 2 v. . 91 
Stack. Six mo's in Persia. 1882. 2 v. . . 9] 

Wilbraham. Travels. 1837 c 

Wills. Land of lion and sun. 1883 9] 



AFGHANISTAN.— BALUCF 

TAN. 

HISTORY. 

Afghan papers, i860 958 

Ashe. Kandahar campaign 

Bellew. Races of Afghan. 1880 

Constable. Afghanistan. 1879 « 

Dost Mohammed. Life; by Mohun 

Lai. 1846. 2v 

Dunlop. Speech on Afghan papers. . .958 
Ferrier. History of Afghans. 1858. . . 
Gleig. Sales' brigade. i86i 



* For young readers. 



AFGHANISTAN. — RUSSIA IN ASIA, ETC. 



47 



iN. Afghan war. 1879-1880 . . . 958 12 

Hist, of the war. 1841-42. 3 v. 958 4 

ON. Hist, of Afghan to 1878. . . . 958 7 

^-Afghan question. 1885 957 11 

j>. To Caubul. 1881 958 9 

r Ullah. Hist, of the Afghans . 958 B-i 
BOUGH. Afghanistan and Anglo- 

ssian dispute. 1885 957 5 

lady. Journal of disasters. 1842. 958 13 
ART. The Afghan war. 1843. 958 Pam. 2 
Afghan wars. 1878 958 Pam. i 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Ml'. Our scientific frontier. 1880. 915.8 12 

r. Indus to Tigris. 1874 915-8 4 

:sTONE. Caubul. T842. 2 v.... 915.8 i 
L Unexplored Baluchistan. 1882. 915.8 11 

:s. Baluchistan. 1877 915-8 5 

50.\. Herat. 1880 915.86 

V. Baluchistan, etc. 1844. 4 v. . 915.8 7 
Source of Oxus. 1841 915.8 3 



RUSSIA IN ASIA. 

HISTORY. 

Central Asia. 

Clouds in the East. 1876 9^5-9 9 

cs.. Central Asian questions. 1885. 957 10 

►X. Central Asia. 1875 957 8 

iHAN. Campaigning on the Oxus. 915.9 7 

N. At the gates of Herat. 1885. . 95^ 3 

= 957 4 

ferr and Herat. 1883 957 9 

iray race to Herat. 1885 957 Pam. i 

ian advance. 1882 957 i 

•JEFF. Siege of Denghil-T^^ 957 7 

lY. Hist, of Bokhara. 1873 957 6 

Siberia. 

Russian discoveries between Asia 

J America. 1803 957 2 

Pacific and Amoor 957 Pam. i 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Central Asia. 

Heraut to Khiva. 1884. 2 v. . 915.9 32 
>T. r>e Moscow en Bactriane . . . 915-9 20 

>histan a la Caspienne. 1885 915-9 21 

r. Ride to Khiva. 1877 915-9 8 

♦ For young resulers. 



BuRNES. Travels, Bokhara. 1833. 3 v.. 915. 9 22 
Lansdell. Russian Cent.^Asia. 2 v. . . 915.9 27 

Marvin. Grodekoff's ride to Herat 91 5-9 18 

Merv. 1881 9159 19 

Reconnoitering 915-9 3i 

Region of fire. 1884 915-9 30 

O'DONOVAN. Merv oasis. 1883. 2 v. . 915.9 25 

Schuyler. Turkistan. 1876. 2v 915.910 

Taylor, ed. • Central Asia. 1874 915-9 i 

Vamb^ry. Central Asia. 1874 915-9 13 

Life and adventures. 1884 915-9 29 

Travels. 1865 9^5-9 5 

Wood. Shores of Lake Aral. 1876 9^5-9 14 

Siberia. 

Atkinson. The Amoor. i860 915-7 5 

Siberia. 1858 915-7 4 

Tartar steppes, etc. 1863 915-7 6 

Bush. Reindeer, dog^, etc. 1871 915-7 8 

Cochrane. Pedestrian journey. i820-'23. 915.7 i 

Collins. Down the Amoor. i860 915-7 ii 

Dostoyeffsky. Buried alive. 1881 ... 915.7 15 

Eden. Frozen Asia. 1879 *9i5-7 14 

Erman. Travels in Siberia. 1850. 2v... 915.7 2 
Herzen. Exile in Siberia. 1855. 2 v. . 915.7 17 
Kennan. Tent life in Siberia. 1870 ... 915.7 12 

Knox. Overland through Asia. 2 v 915.7 9 

Lansdell. Through Siberia. 2 v 915-7 19 

MiCHiE. Peking to Petersburg. 1864 . . 915.7 10 
NiEMOjowsKi. Siberian pictures. 2 v. . 915.7 22 

PiOTROWSKi. Escape from S. 1863 *9i5.7 13 

Rave.nstein. Russians on the Amoor. . . 915.7 7 
Seeboiim. Siberia in Asia. 1882 9^5-7 21 



EAST.TURKESTAN.— KASHGAR. 
KASHMERE. — THIBET, Etc 

Bellew. Kashmir and Kashgar. 1874. 915. ii 4 
BiDDULPH. Tribes of Hindoo Koosh. .915.11 B-4 
Gordon. Roof of the world. 1876. . .915.11 B-3 
Hue. Through Tartary. 1844-46. 2 v. 915. 11 i 

KuROPATKiN. Kashgaria. 1882 915.11 B-i 

Oldfield. Sketches from Nipal. 2 v.. 915. n 7 

Oliphant. To Katmandu. 1852 91 5- n 10 

On the Nepaul frontier 915-II 9 

Prejevalsky. Kulja to Lob-Nor 915. n 5 

Mongolia. 12 v 915. i 51 

Shaw. High Tartary. 1871 915. 11 3 

Turner. Embassy to Teshoo Lama.. .915.11 B-2 

Wakefield. Happy valley. 1879 O^S-u ^ 

Wilson. Abode of snow. 1875 91 5- 1 42 

Yakoob Beg. Life; by Boulger. 1878.. 9592 



48 



INDIA. 



INDIA. 

HISTORY. 

Akbar. Institutes of. 2 v 894 B-2 

Cunningham. Ancient geog. of I. 1871. 91230 

History, Sikhs. 1849 954 74 

Dalboquerque. Commentaries. 4 v. . . 954 49 
Dow. History Hindostan. 1812. 3 v.. 954 52 
Duff. Hist., Mahrattas. 1826. 3v. .. 95463 
Erskine. Hist. India. i526-'56. 2 v. . 954 1 

Feudge. India *954 62 

Gholam Husskin. Mahommedan power 

in India 954 4 

HUMAYUN. Memoirs 954 B-i 

Hydur Naik. Hist.; by Hussein ah. .. 954 5 
jAHANGL'feiR. Memoirs; by himself — 923.5 B-i 

Lewin. a fly on the wheel. 1885 954 78 

MacFarlani). Hist, of India. 1859?.. 954 37 
Major, ed. India, 15th Century. 1857. 915.4 5 
Malleson. Decisive battles of I. 1883. 95481 

French in India. 1868 954 66 

Manning. Ancient and mediaeval I. 2 v. 9346 

Maurice. Hist. Hindoostan. 2v 934 B-i 

MiTRA. Indo-Aryans. 2 v. .• 934 4 

Oriental Quarterly Review. V. i. 1830. . 954 40 

Private life of an eastern King. 1855 954 38 

Raynai.. Settlements in Indies. 8 v... 954 6 
Robertson. Ancient India. 1825 970 io>^ 

Same 934 i 

Stone. Cradle-land of arts, etc. 1880. . 954 60 

Tohfut-ul-mujahideen ; trans. 1833 954 3 

Trotter. Hist, of India 934 3 

Wheeler. Hist, of India.. 5 v 954 55 

Short history *954 61 

Tales from Indian hist 954 75 

British India. 

Anderson. English in \V. India. 1856. 954 39 
Arnold. Dalhousie's administration. 2 v 954 33 

AUBER. British power in India. 2v 95426 

Capper. Three presidencies. 1853 954 35 

ClIiVK. Life ; by Glejg. 1869 923.2267 

Life ; by Malcolm. 1836. 3 v 923.2 520 

Clive, Hastings, Wki.lkslky ; by Malle- 
son. 1882 923.2 533 

Crawshav. Catastrophe of E. I. Co. .954 Pam. 3 

Cunningham. British India. 18S1 915.481 

Grant. Cassdl's ill. hist. 1S77. 2V..954B-5 
Hastings. Biojj. ; by Trotter. 1S78... 923.2 430 

India under, 1813-18 954 B-2 

Memoirs; by Gleig. 1841. 3 V 923.2 187 

Speeches at trial. 4 v 345-2 55 

Hodson. Soldier's life in India, i860. . 954 45 
Hunter. Brief hist. Indian people 954 77 



Hunter. England's work. 1881 9 

Indian civil service.. 1876 351 

Lawrence, Lord, Life ; by Smith. 2 v. 92; 

Ludlow. British India. 1857 

Martineau. British rule. 1859 

Gov't of India. 1858 3. 

Mill. Hist. British India. 1S26. 6 v.. 

Murray. British India. 1832. 3v 

Napier. In Scinde. 1851 

Norton. Letter to Rob't Lowe. 1854,. 1 
NuNCOMAR. Story of ; by Stephen. 2 v. 
Parliamentary papers. Cor. 1877-78. ..915 
Ritchie. India and E. I. Co. 2 v 

Sepoy Revolt. 

Ball. Hist, of the mutiny. 2 v 9 

Bartlett. Heroes of the rebellion . . . 

Browne. Punjaub and Delhi. 2 v 

ChambciV hist, of the revolt. 1859. . .*9 
Crawshay. Cause of the mutiny. ..954 

Holmes. Indian mutiny. 1883 

Kaye. Sepoy war. 1870. 3 v 

Pincott's index to same 

Lowe. Central India, 1857-1858 

Majendie. Among the Pandies. 1859. 
Malleson. Indian mutiny. 1878. 2 v. 

Pincott's index to same 

Mead. Sepoy revolt. 1857 

Trevelyan. Cawnpore. 1866 

Urquhart. The rebellion. 1857.. 954 

Temple. Men and events of my time 

Thornton. British Empire in I. 6 v. . . 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Allen. India. 1856 

Arnold. On Indian hills. 1881. 2 v. . g 

Bosk. Hindoos as they are. 1881 

Busteed. Echoes from Calcutta. 1882. 9 

Butler. Land of the Veda. 1872 9 

Buyers. Recollections of N. India 9 

Caird. India. 1883 9 

Rep't Indian famine com. 1880 91 

i Ca.mpkell. Wild tribes Khondistan ^ 

. Clark. Hong Kong to Himalayas 9 

; CUMMING. Wild men and beasts. 1872. ^ 
Cunningham. A rcha; logical survey. 1862 

-iSSo. 7 V 91 

CusT. Pict's of Indian life. 1881 c 

Eden. Letters from India. 1S72. 2 v. c 
Edwards. On Punjaub frontier. 2 v. . . ( 
Elliot. Planter in Mysore. 1871. 2 v. < 
Falkland. Chow-Chow. 1857. 2v..< 
Fitzclarknck. Across India, etc. 1S18.91 



♦ For younf^ readers. 



INDIA, ETC. 



49 



Oriental memoirs. 1834. 2 v. 915.4 10 

Our boys in India *02870i 

?rince of Wales in India 915-4 67 

Thro' upper India. 1825. 2 v. 915.4 29 
I. Himalayan journals. 2 v. . . . 508 3 
REY. Six years in India. 1866. . 915.4 31 
I. Famine aspects, Bengal. 1874. 915.4 71 

tecr of India. 1881. 9 V J915.4 W-3 

i, ed. Statist, account of Bengal. 

5- 20 V 315 I 

England to India. 1754 915-4 B~i 

Indian industries. 1880 915-4 72 

o.v. Tropical sketches. 1855. ..915.4 17 

Resources of Beng^. 1792 915.47 

^Exs. Life and travel. 1884 915.492 

ziE. In the mission. 1853. 2 v. 915.4 36 

iTT. '* Gup." 1868 915.4 42 

Continental India. 1840. 2 v. 915.4 i 

s. N. Y. to Delhi. 1858 915.4 41 

OFT and T REBECK. Himalayan 

•inccs. 1841. 2 V 915.4 24 

1 hand-book for India. 1859. . .915.4 W-i 
I mail 913 R-i 

Aryan village. 1880 915.4 75 

Land of five rivers. 1883 9^5-4 88 

-ET. India and its princes 915.4 R-i 

^ My diary. 1859. 2v 915.434 

of Wales' tour. 1877 915-4 23 

Missionary life. 1876 915. 4 40 

Wonders of Elora. 1824 9^5-4 39 

G. The sacred city. 1868 915-4 28 

1". Recollections. 1844. 2 v... 915.4 13 

Illustrated India. J877 915-4 64 

Visit to India. 1853 9^5-4 38 

India in 1880 915-4 77 

r. Indian recreations. 2v 915.48 

IX. Bannu. 1876 915.468 

India and Hindoos. 1851.'..... 915.44 
> Hindoos. 1847. 2v 915-465 



CEYLON. 

Wanderings. 1855 9154 62 

1869 915-4 61 

. Excursions. 1843. 2 v 915. 4 58 

. CcyXon in 18S3 915-4 90 

Visit to Ceylon. 1883 915.4 87 

f travellers in Ceylon and India. *029003 

Recollections. 1844* 9^5. 4 60 

Ceyion. i859- ^ ^ 9154 56 

♦ For young readers. 



BURMAH. 

Palmer. Golden Dagon. 1856 915.12 16 

Phayre. History of Burma. 1883 954 X i 

Sangermano. Burmese Empire. 1833.915.121^-1 
Scott (SiiWAY Voe). TheBurman. 2 v. .915.1217 



SIAM. 



Bacon. Ed. Siam. 1873 915.12 12 

Bock. Temples, and elephants. 1884. .915. 12 14 
BowRiNG. Kingdom and people. 2 v. .. 915.12 5 
CoLQUHOUN. Amongst the Shans. 1885.915. 12 19 
Crawfurd. Embassy to Ava. 1826. 2v. 915.123 

Embassy to Siam. 1822. 2 v 915.12 16 

In the far East. 1879 915. 1 53 

Knox. Bo|| travellers, Siam and Java. . . ^029002 
Leonowens. Englishgovernessat Court. 915.12 7 

Harem life. 1873 915.12 8 

MouHOT. Travels. i858-'6o. 2v 915.129 

Neale. Residence in Siam. 1852 915.12 15 

Vincent. Land of the white elephant. .915.12 11 



TONKING. 

Norman. Tonkin; France in the far East. 951 X i 
Scott. France and Tonking. 1885.... 951 X 2 
Staunton. War in Tong-king. . 1884. . . 915.1 69 



MALAYAN PENI5TSULA. 

Bird. Golden Chersonese. 1883 915.14 i 

Thompson. Sts. of Malacca, etc. 1875. 915. i 30 



CHINA. 

HISTORY. 

Boulger. History of China. 1884. 3 V.. 951 12 
Callkry flwd' VvAN. The insurrection. . . 951 2 

Giles. Historic China. 1882 951 15 

GuTZLAKK. Chinese hist. 1834. 2v... 951 10 
Lin-Le. Tiping revolution. 1866. 2 v. 951 B-i 
Lock. Elgin's second embassy, i860... 951 4 

Mendoza. History of China. 2v 951 5 

Military operations. 1843 951 Pam. 2 

Mossman. Gordon in China. 1875 951 17 

Ogilby. Embassies to China. 1671 . . .915.1 S-i 
OUPHANT. Elgin's mission. 1859. 2v. 915.1 20 

Orleans. Tartar conquerors 951 7 

Ross. The Manchus. 1880 951 9 

Speer. China and the U. S. 1870 951 i 

Staunton. Embassy. 1792 9^^$-^ 3 

X For nr/erence. 



5() 



CHINA. ETC. 



Whefxer. Foreigner in China. i83i... 951 18 
Williams. American embassy. 1859.951 Pam. i 
YuLK, ^</. Cathay; mediaeval notices. 2 v. 91 5.1 I 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Blakiston. Five mo's on the Yang-Tsze. 915. i 26 

Bush. Aitchison; martyr 915. i 41 

COLLINGWOOD. Naturalist on China Sea. 508 8 
COLQUHOUN. Across Chr>'se. 1883. 2 v. 91 5.1 62 

CONWKLL. Why and how. 1871 91 5- 1 4^ 

Cooper. A pioneer of commerce. 1871.915.1 18 

Corner. China. 1853 9151 " 

Davis. The Chinese. 1849. 2 v 9151 47 

DOOLITTLE. Social life of Chinese. 2v. 915.1 25 

Douglas. China. 1882 *9i5.i 60 

Eden. China. 1880 •...915.158 

Fan KwK at Canton. 1844 9151 61 

Fleming. In Mantchu Tartar}-. 1863. 91 5.1 B-i 

Forbes. Five years in China. 1847 915. i 19 

Fortune. Journey to tea countries. 1852. 915. i 14 

Same. 3d ed. 2v 915. i 15 

Residence 915. i 17 

French. Our boys in China *028702 

Gill. River of Golden Sand. 1880. 2 v.. 915. i 54 
GiLMOUR. Among the Mongols. 1883.. 915. i 64 

Gray. China. 1878. 2v 915.149 

GUTZLAFF. Along the coast. 1832 915. i 39 

Habersham. My last cruise. 1857 915.128 

HoLMAN. Travels. 1840 915. i 29 

Hopkins. Report on Formosa. 1884. 915. i Pam. i 
HosiE. Thro' Central Ssu-Ch'uan. 1884.915. i B-2 
Hue. Thro' Chinese empire. 1859. 2 v. 915. i 12 

Hughes. Sons of Han. 1881 915. i 59 

Hunter. Bits of old China. 1885 91 5.1 36 

Lander. Pekin. 1868 *9i5.i 45 

Ljungstedt. Portugese settlements 915. i 31 

Macaulay. Kathay. 1852 9151 33 

Maclay. Life among the Chinese 915. i 35 

McLeod. In H. M. S. Celeste 91 5-1 27 

Martin, R. M. China. 1847. 2 v 915. i 4 

Martin, \V. A. P. The Chinese. 1881.915.1 57 

Medhurst. In far Cathay. 1873 915. i 38 

Murray, r/fl/. China. 1836. 3 v. ..^.915.1 66 

Nevius. China and Chinese. 1869 915. i 22 

PiASSETSKY. Russian travellers. 2 v 915. i 70 

Playfair. Cities and towns. 1879 915. i 56 

Psalmanaaz.\ar. Formosa. 1705 915.29 

Rennie. Peking. 1865. 2 v 91 5.1 43 

RiPA. Thirteen years at Peking. 1846. . 916.2 34 

Smith, G. Consular cities. 1847 915. i 37 

Smith, W. L. G. Observations on China. 98.2 4 
Tcheng-ki-Tong. The Chinese; painted 

by themselves. 1885 915. i 65 



Williams. Middle kingdom. 1848. 2 v. 

Same, rev. 1883. 2 v 

Williams, Mrs. Year in China. 1864. . 
Williamson, A. In North China. 2 v. 
Williamson, L Old highways. 1S84. . . 

Fankwei. 1859 

Sketches of China. 1830. 



Wood. W. M. 
Wood. W. W. 



Griffis. 

OPI'ERT. 



COREA. 

The hermit nation. 1882, 
A forbidden land. 1880. . 



JAPAN. 

HISTORY. 



Adams. 

Cocks. 

Griffis. 



History- of Japan. 1875. 2v. . 

Diary in Japan. i6i5-'22. 2 v. 

The Mikado's empire. 1876. . 

HiLDRETH. Japan. 1855 

K.\emper. Histor}' of Japan. 1727. 2v..< 
Knox. Boy travellers in Japan and China. 

Lanman. Leading men. 1883 

MacFarlane. Japan. 1852 

Mounsey. Satsuma rebellion. 1879 

Reed. Japan; histor>', etc. 1880. 2 v.. 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL 

Alcock. Capital of Tycoon. 1863. 2 v. 
Bates, ed. Japan and Japanese. 1874.9] 
Bird. Unbeaten tracks. 1881. 2v...< 
Crow. Highways and byeways. 1883. < 

Dresser. Japan. 1882 < 

Fortune. Yedo and Peking. 1863 

Greey. Bear worshippers of Yszo 

W^onderful city of Tokio 

Young Americans in Japan 

Hawks, ed. Am. expedition. 1854 

Same. 3v 9: 

House. Japanese episodes. 1881 < 

Jephson and Elmhirst. Life in Japan. 

Lanman. Japanese in Am. 1872 < 

Rein. Japan. 1884 9] 

Rundall, ed. Memorials of Japan. 1850. 
St. John. Sketches from Nipon. i88>o..( 
Siebold. Japanese, 19th cent'y. 1841 . . < 
Smith. Ten weeks in Japan. 1861. . . . 

Steinmetz. Japan. 1859 < 

Taylor, ed. Japan in our day < 

Tomes. Americans in Japan, i860 . . . . < 
Tronson. Voyage to Japan. 1859 



• For young readers. 



AFRICA.— EGYPT, ETC. 



61 



AFRICA 



IN GENERAL. 

Heroes of discovery. 2 v . . . . *9i6 9 

til. ig68 V^ 7 

Africa. 1874 9162 

European colonies. 1834. . . 9x6 4 
i Great Critain in Africa. Re- 

; list ; by Foster. ' v. 4 16 55 

'tai. Discovery in Africa. 1830. 916 6 
,«r^. Stanford's compend.ofgeog. J916 8 

list, of exploration. 1875 *9i6 i 

loy travellers thro* Africa *029005 

rican >vanderers *o68oi 

Our young folks in Africa. . . . *027402 
lN. Coasts of E. Africa, i6th cent. 916 3 

Africa. 1670 916 S-i 

3N. Water highways of A. 1883.919.640 



3ERN EGYPT.— NUBIA.— 
EAST SOUDAN. 

HISTORY. 

EY. How we defended Arabi 962 7 

k. Rebellion in Soudan. 1885. . . 962 13 

*H. Desert warfare; Soudan. 1884. 962 9 
European interests in. Reference 

; by Foster, v. 2 16 55 

NE, With Hicks Pasha in Soudan. 962 11 
v. Cm. In Cent. Africa. 1874-79. 916.6 37 

lals at Khartoum 962 14 

Spoiling the Egyptians. 1882.. 962 i 

es and Pashas. 1884 962 8 

The three prophets. 1884 962 10 

:n. Egypt and Mohammed AH. .. 916.2 15 
, El. Past and present ; by Dar- 

stetter. 1885.... 96217 

Egyptian revolution. 1870. 2 v. 962 2 

TT. Story of Soudan war. 1885. 962 15 

Letters from Khartoum. 1885. 962 16 

lus. Three mo's in Soudan. 1885. 962 12 

Egyptian war. 1882 962 5 

:£. Egypt and E. question. 1883. 962 6 

Egypt. 1883 962 4 

>ESCRIPTIOX AND TRAVEL. 

X. XiJc journal. 1876 916.2 53 

PaJms and temples. 1882 916.2 78 

r. The Nile boat. 1851 916.2 12 

YoaDg Nile voyagers ♦07413 

* For youngs readen. 



British War Office. Rep't on Sudan. 1884. 916.2 89 

Burt. The far East. 1869 916.2 37 

Charmes. Five mo's at Cairo. 1883. .. 916.2 84 

CooLEY. American in Egypt. 1842 916.2 16 

CUMMING. Cornwall to Egypt. 1885. . . 916.2 93 

Curtis. Nile notes. 185 1 916.2 42 

De Leon. Khedive's Egypt. 1878 916.2 59 

Dicey. England and Egj^pt. 1881 916.2 76 

The morning land. 1870 916.2 40 

Ensor. Thro' Nubia to Darfoor. 1881. 916.2 62 

Falkonberg. Desert life 916.2 70 

FuRNiss. Waraga. 1850 916.2 38 

Gordon, Lady. Last letters. 1875 916.2 23 

Letters from Egypt, 1863-1865 916.2 87 

Grey. Visit to Egypt, etc. 1870 916.2 35 

Hale. Family flight.- 1882 *9i6.2 79 

Hamley. New sea and old land. 1871. 916.2 18 
Henniker. Visit to Egypt, etc. 1823.. 916.26 
Ho?ley. Under Egyptian palms. 1869. 916.271 
James. Wild tribes of Soudan. 1883. . . 916.2 86 

Klunzinger. Upper Egypt. 1878 916.2 65 

Knox. Boy travellers in Egypt *029004 

Lank. Modern Egyptians. 1849. 2 v. 396 3 

Same. 1871 3961 

Lansing. Egypt's princes. 1865 916.2 50 

Laporte. Sailing on the Nile. 1872. . . 916.2 41 
Leland. Egyptian sketch-book. 1874. . 916.2 39 

Lindsay. Letters on Egypt. 1858 916.2 26 

LoTT. English governess 916.2 43 

Nights in the harem. 1867. 2 v 916.2 44 

Pacha's cruise on the Nile. 2 v 916.2 46 

McCoan. Egypt as it is. 1877 916.2 54 

Martineau. Eastern life. 1848. 3 v.. 916.23 

Ocean and desert. 1846. 2 v 916.2 48 

Olin. Travels in Egypt. 1843. 2 v. . . 916.2 28 

Oliphant. Land of Khemi.* 1882 916.2 77 

Poole. English woman in Egypt. 2 v. 916.2 74 

Prime. Boat life. 1874 916.2 36 

Russell. Diary in the east. i86g 916.2 17 

St. John. Egypt and Mohammed Ali. 2v. 916.260 

A Levantine family 916.2 27 

Isis. 1853. 2 V 916.2 9 

Senior. Journals, Egypt and Malta. 2 v. 916.2 81 
Smith, A. C. Attractions of Nile. 2 v.. 916.2 24 

Smith, J. V. C. Pilgrimage. 1852 916.2 20 

Speedy. My wanderings in Soudan. 2 v. 916.2 90 
Stephens. Incidents of travel. 2 v. . . . 916.2 21 

Stoddard. Mashallah. 1881 916.273 

Taylor. Egypt and Iceland. 1874 916.2 32 

Journey to Cent. Africa. 1854 916.2 30 

t For reference. 



52 



EGYPT, ETC. 



ABYSSINIA. 

Alvarez. PortUR^uese embassy. 1527.. 916.3 20 

Bakkr. Nile tributaries. 186S 916.3 5 

Bruck. Travels. 1768-73. 5 v 916 R-i 

DuKTON. Through Abyssinia. 1863. .. 916.3 10 
Harris. Highlands of Kthiopia. 1844. 916.36 

Sports in Africa 916.3 7 

HOTTEN, ed. Abyssinia. 1868 9 '6. 3 16 

HoziER. British expedition. 1869 963 i 

Johnston. Travels S. Abyssinia. 2 v.. 916.3 3 

JouvEAUX. Two years in E. Africa 916.3 17 

LoBO. Voyage to Abyssinia. 1789 916.3 21 

Parkyns. Life in Abyssinia. 2 v 916.3 i 

Peacock. Hand-book of Abyssinia 916.3 14 

Pearce. Life and adventures. 2v 916.3 8 

Rassam. British mission. iSfKj. 2 v.. 916.3 11 
Russell. Nubia and Abyssinia. 1833. . 916.3 15 

Stanley. Cw>mas.sie and Magdala 963 3 

Stern. Captive missionary*. 1868 963 2 

Urquhart. Abyssinian war. 1868.. 963 Pam. i 

Veitch. Views. 1868 916.3 R-i 

Wilkins. Reconnoitering. 1S70 916.3 13 

Winstanley. Visit to Abyssinia. 2 v. . 916.3 iS 



Thackeray. Cornhill to Cairo. 1846. . 916.2 34 I 

TlSCHENDORKF. Travels in the east 916.2 64 | 

Wainwright. Land of bondage. 1852. 916.2 13 
Warburton. Crescent and Cross. 1845. 916.2 31 ! 

Warner. Mummies and Moslems 916.2 19 

My winter on the Nile. 1881 916.2 72 

Wells. Heroine of White Nile. (Miss 

Tinne) *9i6.2 33 

Werne. African wanderings. 1852.... 916.4 5 
Whately. Letters from Egypt. 1879. *9i6.2 69 
Wilson fl/;</FELK IN. Uganda and Sou- 
dan. 1882. 2 V 916.6 38 



BARBARY STATES. 

HLSTORV.— TRAVEL.— DESCRIPTION. 

Hamilton. Wanderings. 1856 916.1 10 . 

Ormsuy. Autumn rambles. 1S64 9^6.5 14 j 

Russell. Hist. Barbary States. 1835.. 964 i 
Temfle. In the Mediterranean. 2 v. . . . 916.5 21 
TULLY. Letters from Tripoli. 1S19. 2 v. 916.4 i 

Tunis. 

BODDY. To Kairwan. 1 885 916. 5 24 

Broadley. Tunis. 1882. 2 v 965 2 

Dumergue. Chotts of Tunis. 1883 916.5 23 

French in Tunis. Reference list ; by 

Foster. V. i 16 55 

W^^rteog. Tunis. 1882 916.5 20 

♦For young 



Algiers. 

Barclay. Mountain life. 1882 916.5 B 

Blackburn. Artists and Arabs. 1868.. 916.5 
BLAKK.SLKY. Four mo's in Algeria. 1S59. 916.5 

DiTsoN. French crusaders. 1859 916.5 

Edwards. Winter with swallows. 1867. 916.5 

Gautier. Loin de l*aris. 1877 916.5 

Gordon. French in Algiers. 1845 916.5 

Kennedy. Algeria and Tunis. 2 v 916.5 

Knox . New play ground. 1881 916.5 ; 

Morell. Algeria. ,1854 965 

Morgan. Hist. Algiers. 1731 965 B- 

Nai'HEGYI. Among the Arabs. 1868. . . 916.5 ] 

Playkair. Scourge of Christendom 965 

I'Ri's. Residence in .Vlgeria. 1S52 916.5 

Sala. Trip to Barbara. 1866 916.5 

St^GUIN. Walks in Algiers. 1878 916.5 I 

WiNGKiKiD. lender the {xilms. 2 v. . . . 916.5 I 

Morocco. 

Ali Brv. Travels. 1807. 2 v 916.1 

Amicis, L)e. Morocco. 1879 916.4 Br 

DiRRiKN. State of Morocco. 1852 916.4 

Hooker <7«</ Ball. Tour in Morocco. . 916.41 

Rae. . Country of M(X)rs. 1877 916.5 I 

Vyse. Winter in Tangier. 1882 916.4 

Watson. Visit to Wazan. 1880 916.4 



SAF^AR A.— WESTERN SOUDAN 

Hartii. Travels. i849-'55. 3 v 916.7 K 

Cailm<:. Travels. 1830. 2 v 916.7 3 

CooLEY. Negroland. 1841 916.7 i, 

I )enha.m, /•/<//. Travels. 1822-24. 2 v. 916.7 2 
Lknz. Marokko, Sahara und Sudan. 2v. .. 916.4 

Nai'HKGVL Ghardaia. 1871 916.I 

Park. Mission to interior. 181 5 916.7 

Richardson. In the Sahara. 1846. 2 v. 916.1 

Riley. Narrative. 1818 916.I 

Sequel to same 916. 1 

RoiuuNS. Loss of brig " Commerce ".. . 916.I 
St. JtniN. In the Libyan desert. 1849.. 916.I 
Saugmer^/WBrisson. Voyages. 1792.. 916.4 
Shouerl. Moors of the Sahara. 2 v. . . 394 ; 



CENTRAL AFRICA; WEST. 

Senegambia. — Sierra Leone. — Liberia. 

Crummell. Future of Africa. 1862 967 

Elms. Land of fetish. 1883 916.7 J 

Footk. Africa and the Am. flag. 1854.. 916.7 
Lain(;. Travels in Timannee, etc. 1825.. 916.7 \ 

readers. 



CENTRAL AFRICA, ETC. 



53 



INSON. Expiring continent. 1881. 916.7 51 

In Sierra Leone. 1850 916. 7 i 

Qce at Sierra Leone. 1849 916.7 2 

Guinea. 

\ctal. Trotter's expedition. 2 v... 916. 7 43 
)N. Mission to Gelele. 1864. 2 v.. 916.7 6 
)x and Cameron. To the gold 

»st. 1883. 2 V 916.7 24 

»ERTON. Second expedition. 1829.. 916. 7 42 
:)ff»//OLi>FiEi.i). Expedition. 2 v.. 916. 7 40 
:i. Les Fran9ais au Niger. 1885 . .916.7 35 
Icrings in W. Africa. 1863. 2 v... .916.7 20 

Western Equatorial Africa. 

h Gbvemm't. Cor. on affairs in the 

ameroons. 1885 916.7 B-i 

HOLZ. Reiscn in W. Africka. 1880.. 916.7 57 
c»N. Abeokuta and Cameroon Mts.. 916.7 9 
lAiLLi:. Country of dwarfs. i872.*9i6.7 15 

latorial Africa. 1871 *9i6.7 11 

; gorilla country. 1868 *9i6.7 22 

mey to Ashango land. 1867 *9i6.7 12 

t in the jungle *9i6.7 16 

Apingi kingdom *9l6.7 13 

d life. 1869 *9i6.7 14 

E. African sketch-book. 1873. 2 v.. 916. 7 18 

ige Africa. 1864 916.7 8 

•\. Western Africa. 1856 916.7 5 

The CoNt;<» Basin. 

a. Les voyages. 1875-1882 916.7 50 

Conference. 1885 916.7 23 

TON. Kiver Congo. 1884 916.7 28 

. Jiarl. De rebus Africanis. 1883.. .916.7 27 
EY. The Congo. 1885. 2 v. and 

se of maps 916.7 29 

e 916.7 32 

>ugh the dark Continent. 1878. 2 v. .916.6 31 

African Conference; protocols and 

ncral act. 1885 967 B-i 

Porti'(;l*ese Possessions. 

u» and IvF-Ns. Beng^ella to Yacca.916.7 55 

i>A. Journey to Cazembe. 1798. .916.7 52 

How I crossed Africa. 1881. 2 v.. 916. 7 53 



Geddie. Lake regions. 1881 916.6 36 

Jewett. Livingstone in Africa. 1869. .916.6 10 

Krapp. In E. Africa, i860 916.6 15 

Livingstone. Exp. to Zambesi. 1866. . 916.6 2 

Last journals. 1865-1873 916.6 4 

Life. 2 V *926.2 B-l 

Life; by Adams 926.2 30 

Life; by Manning *922.2 106 

Personal life; by Blaikie. 1880 926.3 40 

The weaver boy; by Adams. 1876. ...*926.2 31 

Long. Central Africa. 1876 916.6 27 

New. Life in E. Africa. 1873 916.6 ii 

Petherick. Travels. 1869. 2 v 916.6 23 

Prinole. Toward M'ts of Moon 916.6 14 

Rowley. Universities' mission. 1867 . .916.6 11 
SciivvEiNFiRTii. Heart of Africa. 2 v. .916.6 I25 
Speke. Discovery of sources of Nile... 916.6 19 

What led to the discovery. 1864 916.6 18 

Stanley. How I found Livingstone.... Q16.6 5 

Thomson. Thro' Masai land. 1885 916.635 

To Cent. African lakes. 1880. 2 v 916.6 12 



SOUTH AFRICA. 

HISTORY. 

Carter. Boer war. 1883 

CoLENso and DURKORi). Hist. Zulu war. 

Froude. South Africa. 1880 

Jenkinson. Amazulu. 1882 

Newman. In Zululand, war of 1879 

Nixon. Story of Transvaal. 1885 

Parliamentary Papers. Cor. respecting 

Angra Pequena. 1884 

VijN. Cetshwayo's Dutchman. 1880 . . . 
WiLMoT. History Zulu war. 1880 



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968 


8 


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968 


3 



ANTRAL AFRICA— EAST. 

Albert Nyanza. 1866 916.6 20 

ia. 1875 916.6 21 

:. I^ke regions 916.6 17 

•N. Across Africa. 1877 916.6 8 

1877 916.6 9 

Das Massai Land. 1885 916.6 16 

♦ For young 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. 

Alexander. Int. of Africa. 1838. 2 v.. 916.8 5 
Anderson. Lake Ugami. 1857 916.8 30 

Okavango River. 1861 916.8 31 

ArcHERLKY. Trip to Boerland. 1879. . .916.8 28 

Aylvvard. Transvaal. 1881 916.8 46 

Baines. South West Africa. 1862 916.8 13 

Ballantyne. Six months at the Cape. . . *02628 

Barker. Life in S. Africa. 1877 916.8 21 

Brovvnino. Fighting and farming. 1879.. 916.8 40 
Chapman. Interiors. Africa. 1868. 2 v.. 916.8 14 
Colonization circular. Cape 916. 8 Pam. I 

Same. Natal 916.8 Pam. 2 

CiJMMiNG. Interior S. Africa. 1850. 2 v. .916.816 

Dixie. Land of misfortune. 1882 916.8 54 

Drayson. Amongst Kaffirs. 1858 916.8 29 

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SOUTH AFRICA.— THE NEW WORLD. 



GiLLMORE. Great thirst land ♦916.8 33 

On duty. 1880 916.8 38 

Grout. Zulu land. 1864 916.8 20 

Harris. Sports of S. Africa. 1852 916.8 9 

HoLUB. Seven years in S. Africa. 2 v,.9i6.8 42 
Hutchinson. In the Transvaal. 1879 — 916.841 

Latroue. Visit to S. Africa. 1821 916.8 4 

Le Vaillant. Interior of Africa. 2v... 916.8 i 

LiNDLEY. After Ophir 916.8 18 

Mackenzie. North of Orange River. . .916.8 12 

Mason. Life with the Zulu. 1855 916 5 

Moffatt. Scenes in South Africa. 1844..916.S 10 
MOODIE. Ten years in S. Africa. 2 v. . 916.8 7 

Gates. Matabele land, etc. i88i 916.8 50 

Sandeman. In an ox wagon. 1880 916.8 37 

Selous. Wanderings. 1881 916.8 51 



Taylor. In S. Africa. 1872 9 

Trollope. South Africa. 1878. 2 v. ..9 
Zulu countr}'. 1879 9 



AFRICAN ISLANDS. 

Ellis. Three visits to Madagascar. 1856.. t 

West African i.slands. 1885 < 

Madagascar and the U. S. 1883. . . .916.9 '. 

Mullins. In Madagascar. 1875 < 

Oliver. Madagascar 916 

Pfeiffer. Last travels. 1861 1 

Pike. Sub-tropical rambles. 1873 4 

Shaw. Madagascar and France. 1885. . 

Sirree. Great African island. 1880 « 

Madagascar ( 



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fi/. First three Eng. books on 

. 1511-1555 970 B-14 

D. Novelties of the new world. . 917 59 
L Hist, new worid. 1541-56... 917 62 
pub. lib. Bibliog. notes : Early 
loration and maps. Bui. v. 3 . . . 17 H-14 
J- aMd S. Leur origine et voy- 

i ; par Harrisse 926.2 B-3 

;es of ; by .\vezac 972. i 47 

.S. Life ; by Nicholls 926.2 22 

rir. 1831 926.2 21 

rs. And his voyages ; account by 

laldez 972 28 

T ; by Goodrich. 1874 926.5 8 

926.5 10 

1870 *926.5 12 

l>y Abbott. 1875 *926.5 11 

7Y Aiden. 1S81 926.5 20 

y De Lorgrucs. 1870 926.5 7 

Y Helps. 1869 V^.S 9 



Columbus. Life; by Irving, 1865. 3v..*926.5 i 

Same. 1851. 3v 926.54 

Select letters 917 56 

Son origine, sa vie, etc. ; par Harrisse. .926.5 B-i 
Early Eng. explorations. Reference list ; 

by Foster, v. 4 16 55 

Hakluyt, ei/. Divers voyages 917 58 

Same. 1600. v. 3 917 B-2 

Hawkins. Voyage into South Sea 918 6 

HiGGiNSON. Book of explorers. 1877... *9I7 60 
Hudson. Divers voyages. i6o7-'io. (N. 

Y. Hist. Soc. col. V. I.) 973 14 

Jour, of voyages ; by Juet. (N. Y. Hist. 

Soc. coll.) V. 6 973 14 

Life ; ed. by Asher 926.2 34 

Life ; by Read. 1866 926.2 24 

Sailing directions ; c-c/. by De Costa. . . . 917.3 3 

Irving. Companions of Columbus 917 57 

Kohl. Hist, of discovery of Me 972.1 47 

MAYNARb. Drake's voyage. 1595 917-9 30 

PiNKERTON. English in Am 913 B-20 

Stevens. Notes on earliest discoveries. . 970 B-5 
TvTLER. Discovery on north, coasts. ... 917 61 
Verazzano. Voyage 1524. (N. Y. Hist. 

Soc. col. V. 1 and 6) 973 14 

Sketch ; by Brevoort 926.5 21 

VEsrucius. Life. 1870 926.5 12 

Life ; by Lester, ^7 a/. 1846 926.5 13 

Life, etc. ; by Santarem. 1850 926.5 19 

Voyages ; par Varnhagen 917 B-6 



GENERAL HISTORY. 

HOLGATE. Atlas of Am. hist 908 T-i 

Holmes. Annals of Am. 1829. 2 v. . . 970 4 

Brownell. N. and S. America. 2v... 970 6 

Bury. Exodus of west, nations. 2 v... 970 i 

Mackenzie. America 970 25 

Robertson. Hist, of America. 3 v. . . . 970 9 

Snowden. N. and S. Am. 1819 970 21 

WiLLSON. American histor}'. 1847 970 3 



SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE 

AMERICA. 

AcoSTA. Natural and moral hist 985 10 

Bancroft, H. H. Early chroniclers. .978 Pam. 3 

BONNYCASTLE. Spanish America. 2 v. . 918 17 

Cham plain. Voyage to West Indies. ... 917.9 i 

Dai.ton. Stories of the conquest *978 9 

Gordon. Hist, of .\m. 1832. v. 1-2 . 970 11 

Helps. Conquerors of the new world. 2 v. 3264 

Spanish Conquest. 1867. 4 v 970 15 



* For young readers. 



56 



SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE AMERICA. 



Humboldt and Bonpland. Equinoctial 

regions. 1799-1804. 7 v 918 10 

Juan and DeUlloa.! Voyage. 2 v 918 8 

Las Casas. \ja decouverte des Indes. . . 970 29 

Life ; by Helps. 1868 *922.5 30 

Revolutions de TAmerique espagi^ole. 1819 980 i 
Watson. Spanish and Portuguese S. Am. 

1884. 2 V 980 2 



WEST INDIES. 

Barclay. Slaven' in the \V. Indies 326 9 

Brassey. In the trades, etc. 1885 9179 45 

Capadose. Sixteen y'rs in the W. I. 2 v. 917.9 6 

Eden. West Indies. 1880 917-9 3^ 

Edwards. Hist. British W. Indies. 3 v. 979 B-i 
Great Britain. Calendar of State papers ; 

Col. series : West Indies 942.4 B-5 

KiNGSLEY. At last. 1871 *9i7.9 10 

Madden. Twelve mos. in the W. I. 2 v. 917.9 S 

MoiSTER. West Indies. 1883 917-9 4^ 

PiNCKARD. Notes on the W\ I. 3 V 917-9 2 

St. Clair. Recollections. 1834. 2 v. . 917.9 32 
Sewell. Ordeal of free labor. 1862... 326 32 
SOUTIIEY. Chronolog. hist. W. I. 3 v.. 979 9 

Stranger in the tropics. 1868 917-9 ^^~i 

Trollope. West Indies. 18O0 917-9 " 

^ VorNG. Common-place book. 1807... 917.9 B-i 

Buccaneers. 

EsoUEMKLiNc. €t 111. The Bucaniers 345 22 

Histor)' of the Buccaneers. 1856 345 iS 

Thornbury. The Buccaneers 345 3 

Cuba. 

Ballou. Due South, 18S5 9^7-9 47 

Hist, of Cuba. 1854 979 7 

Gibbes. Cuba for invalids. 18O0 9^7-9 16 

H.\zard. Cuba. 1871 917.914 

Humboldt. Island of Cuba 9^7-9 12 

HuRLBERT. Gan-Edcn. 1854 917-9 15 

Jay. Winter in Cuba. 1871 917.917 

O'Kelly. Mambi-land. 1874 917.918 

Steele. Cuban sketches. 1881 9^7-9 38 

TuRNBULL. Travels. 1840 9^7-9 13 

Jamaica. 

BriD(;es. Annals of Jamaica. 2 v 979 i 

Dalla.s. The maroons. 1803. 2 v. . . . 979 3 
FiNLASON. The Jamaica case. 186S. . . . 979 15 
Hand-book of Jamaica. i8S2-*84-'85. .917.9 W-2 

Letters from Jamaica. 1873 9^7-9 21 

Lewis. Journal. 1834 9179 5 

Phillipi'O. Jamaica. 1843 91 79 35 

Phillipps. Jamaica. 1843 917. 9 19 

Williams. Tour through Jamaica. 1827.917.920 



Hayti and St. Domingo. 

Brown. Hist. St. Domingo. 1837. 2 v.. 

Candler. Hayti. 1842 q 

Franklin. State of Hayti. 1828 

GUiLLERMiN. Revolution de St. Do- 

mingue. 1808 

HOPKIRK. Insurrection in St. Domingo. 

1791 979 

Kimball. In San Domingo. 1873 ^ 

Same. 1863 ^ 

L'Ouverture, T. Biog.; by Beard. 1863. c; 

Redp.\th, fd. Guide to Hayti. 1861. . . q 

St. John. Hayti. 1884 ^ 

Bermudas. 

Dork. Bermuda. 1884 ^ 

GODET. Bermuda, i860 <; 

Lefroy, ed. Historye; (attributed toCapt. 

John Smith). 1882 c 

Lefroy. Memorials. 1515-1685. 2 v.. 
Lloyd. Sketches of Bermuda. 1835... c 
Stark. Bermuda guide c 

Other Islands. 

Antigua and Antiguans. 2 v 

Carmichael. In Trinidad. 1834. 2 v 
Ives. Nassau and Bahamas. 1S80 .... 

Knox. Hist. St. Thomas. 1852 

Nassau statistics 31; 

Ober. Camps in Caribbees. 1880 < 

SHEpn.\RD. Hist. St. Vincent. 1631 . . . 



MEXICO. 

General Works. 
Bancroi r, H. H. Hist, of Mexico. 



6v 



Chevalier. Mexico. 1864. 2 v 

Clavkjero. Hist, of .Mexico. 1804. 3v. 

Fancourt. Hist, of Yucatan. 1854 

Humboldt. New Spain. 1811. 2v... 

Nouvclle Espagfic. 1811. 5v 

Mayer. Mexico. 1853. 2 v 

Ober. Young folks' hist. 1883 

Reference list of b'ks; by Foster, v. 4 . . 

Arch.i-:oloc;v. 

Bandelier. Archx-ological tour. i88i.< 

Biart. Lcs Aztcques. 1885 

Boston Pub. Lib. Bibliog. note on Mexi- 
can civilization. Bui. Vol. 3 

Bol:rbour(;. Hist, des nations ciN-ilisees. 

Brlnton. Books of Chilan Balam S9< 

Brinton, t'</. The Maya Chronicles 

KiNC.SBOROUGH. Antiquities. 1830. 9V.. 



• For young readers. 



MEXICO, ETC. 



57 



Mexican Archaeology. (In S. C. 

V. 9 506 B-3 

The MS. Troano. 1882 970.1 B-15 

Anahuac. 1861 .^ . 917.8 29 

Spanish Conqup:st. 

Despatches to Charles V 978 6 

-ettcr to Chas. V. 1868 917.8 31 . 

jy Helps. 1871 *923.5 9 

L Castillo. Memoirs. 2 v. . . . 978 7 ; 
ox a«</ Seelye. Montezuma... *978 51 ! 

'T. Conquest of Mexico 978 43 

978 46 

Expedition of Peftalosa. 1662... 975-1 8 

:. Coronado's march. 1871 . . .978 Pam. i 

Conquest of Mexico. 1738. 2 v. 978 2 

New hist, of conquest. 1859.. 978 10 

iNDErENDF.NCK, AND AfT^R. 

. Mexico and U. S. 1869 978 32 < 

. The Mexican republic. 1878.. 978 50 , 

ON, F. Mexico from the Rev. 1847. 978 24 ; 

ON. W. D. Mexican Rev. 1821. 2 v. 978 25 

1S20 97883 

ateDep't. Rep't on Mexico. 1862. 978 38 

um. Haron DefTaudis. 1838. . . .978 Pam. 4 

i 

War with the U. S. 

rrr. Lane's brigade. 1854 971-3 43 ' 

soldier in Mexico 971-3 45 

Mexico and the war. 1862 97S 29 

Twelve months* vol. 1847.... 978 30 I 

Campaign sketches. 1847 971.340 | 

Hist, of the war. 1883 *97i.3 62 

RRY. El Puchero. 1850 971-3 39 

eld. The Mexican war. 1849. .971.3 51 

The war, illustrated 971-3 T-i | 

Review of the war. 1849 .... 971.3 42 | 

i\ ed. The other side . 978 31 

War with Mexico. 1849. 2 v. 978 27 

The French and Maximilian. i 

ft'ETH. Fall of Maximilian. 1872. 978 37 

With the French. 1867 978 36 

Under Maximilian. 1867 978 39 

official doc's. 1 839-1 854 978.4 84 

IV. La crcance Jecker. 1868. . . . 336 32 

JITZ. The court of Mexico. 1867. . 978 33 

KIM. My diary in Mex. 1868. 2 v. 978 34 

DEM.RriTION AND TRAVEL. 

ON. xMexico. 1884 917.8 65 

w. YW^i to Mexico. 1882 91 7- 8 56 

Trip to Mexico. 1880 917.8 46 

OldMexico. JS83 917-8 58 

♦ For yoangr readers. 



Brocklehurst. Mexico to-day, 1883.. 917.8 57 
Bullock. Six mo's in Mexico. 1824. . . 917.8 3 
Calderon de la Barca. Life in Mex- 
ico. 1843 917.8 59 

Carpe.nter. Travels in Mexico. 1851.. 917.8 12 
Conkling. Appleton's guide. 1884 . .917.8 W-2 

Mexico and Mexicans. 1883 9I7>8 61 

Domenech. Texas and Mexico. 1858. . 917.8 21 
Evans. Our sister republic. i869-'7o. ..917.8 24 

Farnham. Mexico. 1846 917-8 Pam. i 

Ferry. Vagabond life. 1856 917.8 19 

Hardy. Travels in interior. 182S 917.8 7 

Haven. Ourneighbor. 1875 917.826 

Latrobe. Rambler in Mexico. 1834... 917.86 
Leclercq. Voyage au Mexique. 1885. . 917.8 69 

Lkmpriere. Mexico. 1862 91 7- 8 23 

Lyons. Residence in Mexico. 1826. 2v.. 917. 8 27 
Mason. Pictures of life. 1852. 2 v... 917.8 13 

Mayer. Mexico. 1842 917.8 8 

Mexicans at home. 1884 917.8 68 

Norman. Rambles in Yucatan. 1843 . . 917.8 44 
Ober. Mexican resources. 1884 917.8 W-3 

Travels in Mexico. 1884 91 7- 8 63 

Oswald. .Summerland. 1880 917.8 30 

Rankin. Twenty y'rs among Mex's. 1881. 917.8 55 

Roberts. With the invader. 1885 917.5185 

Robertson. Visit to Mexico. 1853. 2 v. .917.8 15 
Ruxton. Mex. and Rocky Mts. 1848.. 917.8 ii 
Shei'ARD. I/md of the Aztecs. 1859.. . 917.8 22 
Stephens, C. A. Knockabout Club in 

tropics *094il 

Stephens, J. L. Travel in Yucatan. 

1843. 2 V 917.8 42 

Tempsky. Mitla. 1853-55 917.8 20 

Tho.mpson. Recollections. 1846 917.8 10 

Ward. Mexico in 1827. 2 v 917.8 4 

Williams. Isthmus of Tehuantepec. 1852.917.8 49 
Wilson. Mexico. 1854 917-8 18 

Mexico and its religion 917.8 17 

Wise. Los Gringos. 1850 917.8 9 



CENTRAL AMERICA. 

Bancroft, H. II. Hist, of Cent. Am. 2 v. 978 57 
Bates, ^•^. Stiinford'scompend. of geog. : 

Cent. Am. 1878 ^9^7.8 54 

Branskord. Archivolog. researches, Ni- 

caraugua. 1881. (S. C. to K. v. 25.) 506 B-3 
Belt. Naturalist in Nicarauga. 1874 ... 917.8 37 

Boyle. Ride across. 1868. 2 v 917.8 38 

Gibbs. British Honduras. 1883 917-8 62 

Juarros. History Guatemala. 1823.... 97849 

Pictures of travel. 1871 *9i7-8 53 

PiM am/ Sekman. Dottings. 1869 917.8 48 

' t For reference. 



58 



CENTRAL AMERICA.— SOUTH AMERICA. 



Rio. Ruins near Palenque. 1822 917-8 B-i 

SoLTERA. Across Spanish Hondaras 9I7'8 66 

Squier. Honduras. 1870 917.8 32 

Nicaraugua. 1852. 2 v 917.8 35 

Notes on Central Am. 1855 917.8 34 

Travels. 1871 917.8 47 

Waikna. 1855 917.8 52 

Stephens. Travel. 1841. 2 v 917.8 40 

Waijcer. War in Nicaraugua. i860. . . 978 42 
Wells. Adventures in Honduras. 1857.917.833 



U. S. OF COLUMBIA. 

Andagoya. Proceedings of Davila 986 i 

Cochrane. Residence. 1824. 2 v 918.6 3 

Hamilton. Interior pro\nnces. 1827. 2 v. 918.6 5 

Hassaurek. Spanish Americans. 1868. 918.6 i 

HOLTON. New Granada. 1857 918.6 2 

Isthmus ok Panama. 

GXSBORNE. Isthmus of Darien. 1852...917.8 50 

Headley. Strain's Darien Exp 9178 B-2 

Route to California. 1867 91 7- 8 W-i 

Seeman. Hist, of the Isthmus. 1867.. 978 Pam. 2 

Tomes. Panama in 1855 9178 51 

Weatherhead. Expedition ag'st Darien. 978 40 



VENEZUELA. 
Bolivar. Memoirs; by Holstein. 1829.923.5 27 



Depons. Travels. 1807. 2 v 

Eastwick. Venezuela. 1868 

Flintner. Revolution of Caracas. 1819. 

Paez. Wild scenes. 1862 

Spence. Land of Bolivar. 1878. 2 v.. 



918.7 3 
918.7 I 

987 I 
918.7 2 

918.7 5 



(;i;iAN.\. 

BOLINGHROKE. To Dcmirarv. 1S13 918.83 

Breit. Indian tribes of (luiana. 1868. 918.82 

Bronkhurst. British (luyana. 1883... 918.85 

Dalton. Hist. British (luiana. 1H55. 2 v. 988 i 

Im Thurn. Indians of ( luiana. 1883.. 918.8 6 

Raleu;!!. Empire of (iuiana 918.8 I 

Stedman. Revolted nc^jrcH's. 1777. 2 v. 918.S B-I 

Van Hkuvel. K1 Ihirado. 1K44 9883 

WllEATHAM. Koraima. 1^79 91S.8 4 



Cole. Peruvians at home. 1884 * 

DuFFiELD. Prospects of Peru. 1881... 
Hutchinson. Two years in Peru. 2 v. . 
M.vrkham. Cuzco. 1856 

Peru. 1880 * 

The War, Peru and Chile. i879-'82. . . 

£d. Reports on the discovery 

Rites, etc., of the Vncas 

Marcoy. Dans les Andes. 1861. 2 v.. 
PiZARRO. Life; by Helps. 1869 *• 

Life; by Towle. 1879 *< 

Prescott. Conquest of Peru. 1847. 2 v. 
Reiss afu/ StObel. Necropolis of Ancon.. 
Rivero and Tschudi. Peruvian antiqui- 
ties. 1854 

Same. 1853 

S<^uiER. Peru. 1877 

Tschudi. Travels in Peru. i838-'42... 
Temple. Travels in Peru. 1830. 2 v.. 
Vec;a. Royal commentaries of the Vncas. 
Zaratk. Conquest of Peru. 2 v 



CHILI. 



Boyd. Chili. 1880 

Browne. Crusoe's Island. 1864 

Dahlgren. South Sea sketches. 1881 . 

Graham. Journal in Chile. 1822 91 

Hall. Journal on the coasts. 1822. 2 v. 
Molina. Hist, of Chili. 180S. 2v... 
Seve. La patria Chilena. 1876. v. i.. 

Smith. The Araucanians. 1855 

SUTCLIFKE. Sixteen y'rs in Chile and Peru. 
Three years in Chili. 1863 



ri:i<i!. 

Adams. Land of the liicas. 1HH5 ^98 5 iS 

Best. Pub. Lib. lUblio^. note on old 

Peruv. Civilization. lUil. v. 3 17 H 14 

ClBZA DE Leon. Chnmirle of iVni. 2 v. 9H5 15 

• Kor younic rt-iick'ni. 



ARCrENTINE REPUBLIC. 

BiSHor. Pampas and Andes 

Bossi. Viage Pintoresco. 1865 9 

CRAwroRi). Across the Pampas, etc. 1SS4. 
Dohrizhofker. The Abipones. 3v... 
Hutchinson. The Parana. 1861-6S.. 
KiNc;. Twenty-four years in the republic. 
M(C'ann. 2,000 miles' ride. 1S53. 2 v. 
Mi'LiiALL. Amazon and Andes. iSSi.. 

1 land-book of the Plate. 1885 91 

Nait, tnnts. Argentine Republic. 1S76. 

pAiiK. La Plata. 1856 

KicKARi). Resources. 1870 

koFiKRTSON. Letters. 1S43. 3 v 

Sarmiento. Life in the Republic. 1S6S. 

Seymour. Pioneering in the Pampas 

W H n E. Cameos. 1882. 2 v 



SOUTH AMERICA, ETC. 



o9 



BRAZIL. 

r. Prince. Travels. 1849. ^ v. 918. i i 

Journey in Brazil. 1868 918.1 9 

E, History of Brazil. 1836 ... 981 i 
Saturalist on the Amazons. i875.*9i8.i 7 

1864 *9i8.i 8 

the exhibition. 1876 60632 

section at Philadelphia. 1876.918. i P^m. 4 
mi Staples. Business and pleas- 

1S84 918.1 24 

. Highlands of Brazil. 1869. 2v. 918.1 10 

Chemins de fer 91S.1 Pam. 5 

r of Hans Stade. 1547-55 91 8.1 17 

PER. Round about Rio. 1884 . . 918. i 22 

Ten months in Brazil. 1870 .918.1 13 

>s. To the Amazon. 1847 918. i 3 

:. Life in Brazil. 1856 918. 1 23 

Dom Pedro IL 1876 981 Pam. i 

EK and Kidder. Brazil and Bra- 
ns. 1879 918.120 

Textile plants of Brazil. 1876.918.1 Pam. 3 

Geol. and phys. geog. 1870. . . 918. 1 12 

. Amazon and Madeira rivers. .918.1 B-i 

Sketches in Brazil. 1845. 2 v.. 918. i 5 

Travels in Brazil. 1817. 2 v.. 918.1 15 
iM, €t/. Exped's to the Amazons. 

)-i639 918 3 

A. Brazilian coffee. 1876. . .918.1 Pam. 6 
ctions for emigrants. 1875. .gi8.i Pam. i 
ib!c fibres of Brazil. 1876. ..918. i Pam. 2 

Brazil. 1879 918. i 21 

Exp. of Ursua, etc. 1560 918 4 

'. Expedition of Orsua 981 2 

y of Brazil. 1810. 3 v 981 B-i 

s. On the Amazons *09407 

. Para. 1851 918.1 14 

ORCE. Brazil 918. i 4 

Pioneering in S. Brazil. 2 v. .918.1 18 



URUGUAY. 

Travels in Uruguay. 1871.... 918.9 4 
1S83 * 918.9 14 



989 
989 



5 
3 



PARAGUAY. 

Batdelields of Paraguay. 2 v. 
oix. Hist, of Paraguay. 2 v. . 
Letters from Paraguay. 1805... 918.9 2 

LD. Paragruay. etc. 1853 918.9 12 

[A.V. Seven years in Par. 1870. 918.9 3 
am^ LoNGCH AM PS. Reign of 

'randa. 1827 

IVJL Hist, of Paraguay. 2 v. . 



989 6 
989 I 



PATAGONIA. 

Beerbohm. Wanderings. 1879 918.9 11 

Bourne. Captive in Patagonia. 1874. . .*9i8.9 7 

COAN. Adventures. 1880 918.9 i 

Dixie. Across Patagonia. 1880 918.9 13 

GriMARD. Slavery among Patag'ns. 1871. 918.9 6 
Musters. At home with Patag'ns. 1871. 918.9 5 



SOUTH AMERICA AT LARGE. 

Brackenridge. Voyage. 1817-18. 2 v. 918 19 

Brand. Voyage. 1827 918 29 

Caldcleugii. Travels. 1821. 2v 91827 

Chamtney. Three V^assar girls in S. 

America *0288o4 

FiTZROY. Voyages, " .\dvcnture " and 

*• Beagle." 1826-1836. 3 v 918 21 

Gallenga. .South America. 1880 918 38 

Head. Across the Pampas. 1827 918 33 

Hern DON and Gibbons. Valley of the 

Amazon. 1854. 2v 918 30 

Humboldt. Travels and researches 508 9 

Knkjht. Cruise of the "Falcon." 2 v. 918 40 

MacMichael. Land-lubber's log. 1883. 9^8 39 

Marcov. Travels. 1875. 2 v 918 B-i 

Mulhall. English in S. America. 1878. 9804 

Myers. Under the tropics. 1871 918 34 

Orton. Andes and Amazon. 1870 918 24 

Pictures of travel. 1871 *9i8 25 

Smith and Lowk. Lima to Para. 1836. 918 32 

Stevenson. Residence in S. Am. 3 v. . 918 35 

Three years in the Pacific. 1S34 918 26 

Watkrton. Wanderings. i8i2-'24. . . . 508 22 



FRENCH AMERICA. 

Barre's expedition. 16S4 973-1 Pam. 2 

Beyard and Lodovvick. Actions of the 

French. 1692-1693 973-1 B-i 

Biard. Missio Canadensis; epistola 97646 

Blanchard. Discovery, etc., of the N.W. 975.1 6 
Boucher, Canada, 17th centur>\ 1883.. 97657 
Butterfield. Nicolet's discovery of the 

N.W 975.1 7 

Cham PLAIN. Voyages. 2 v 917.6 9 

Voyages; cd. by Slafter. 3 v 917 67 

Charlevoix. Hist, New France. 6 v. . 970 B-6 

Voyage to Canada, etc. 1763 917 4 

Courcelle's (De) aftd De Tracy's Exp. 

against Mohawks. i665-'6 973-1 Pam. 5 

Co-\E. Description of La., etc. 1727... 915, 3 10 
DuKUissoN. Indian war at Detroit. 1712 40 19 
DussiEUX. La domination francaise. 1862. 976 24 
Faillon. La colonic fran<;aise. 3 v. . . . 976 B-i 



♦ For young readers. 



60 



FRENCH AMERICA.— BRITISH AMERICA. 



Frontenac's exp. against Onondag^as. .973.1 Pam. 6 

Griffin. Discovery of the Miss 975-1 B-i 

Hennepi.v. Discovery of the Miss 972 B-3 

Description of La. ; tr. by Shea 917.5 B-22 

JouvANCY. Canadicae missionis relatio. . . 976 49 
De regione et moribus Canadensium . . . . 976 50 

Kip. Early Jesuit missions. 1846 . . 970 19 

Laiiontan. New voyages to N.Am. 2 v. 97023 
L'Allemaxt. Copie de trois lettres. 1626 976 47 

Lettre. 1629 976 48 

Lettre. 1627 976 53 

Relation. 1626 976 52 

LaSallk. Adventures; by Abbott. i875..*926.4 4 
Le Clero^. Establishm't of the faith. 2 v. 970 B-12 
Le Moink. The Scot in N. France. . .976 Pam. i 
Le Moyne. Brevis narratio eorum quae 
in Florida (and three other parts of 

De Bry's collection, in i vol.) 970.1 B-16 

Margrv, cd. Dccouvertes et etablisse- 

ments des Fran^ais. 4 V 975-1 B-2 

Marshall. Champlain's exp. against 

Onondagas, etc 98. i 2 

Monrtte. Discover)' and settlement Miss. 

Valley. 1848. 2v 975-1 3 

Parkman. l)iscover>'of the Great West. *975.i i 

La Salle and the discovery, etc .*975.i 1V2 

Jesuits in N. America 976 5 

Frontcnac and N. France 976 38 

Old regime in Canada 976 4 

Pioneers of France. 1 865 *970 8 

Relatio rcrum gestariim in Novo Fran- 

cica missione. 1613-1614 976 51 

Relations des Jesuites. 3 v 976 B-4 

ToNTi. La Salle's last exp. (N. Y. Hist. 

Soc. col. V. 2.) 973 14 

Shea. Bursting of Margr>''s La Salle bub- 
ble. 1879 975. 1 Pam. I 

The Mississippi Valley. 1852 975 5 

Smith, W. History of Canada to 1763. . 976 10 
[See, also, under " British America."] 



BRITISH AMERICA. 

GENERAL HISTORY. 

Brown, Geo. Life; by Mackenzie 923.2 573 

Brymnkr. Rep'ts on Canadian archives. . 976 8 
Canada year-book. 1870-1877. 4 v. . .317 Pam. 8 

Canadian almanac. 1870-1871 317 Pam. 11 

Cauchon. Union of provinces. 1865... 976 33 
Denison. Fenian raid on Ft. Eric. 1866. 
Dominion of Canada. Reference list; by 

Foster, v. 4 

Fenian prisoners at Toronto. Trial. 1867. 



90.7 I 



16 55 
90.7 2 



HUYSHE. Red River expedition. 1871..C 

Johnson. History French war ♦< 

KiRKE. First English conquest. 1871... 

Knox. Journal of campaigns. 1757 < 

McLrod, Alex. Trial of. 1841 

Morgan, ed. Dominion annual register. 

i878-'84. 6 V 

NicjiOLS. Burning of the "Caroline**... 
Parkman. Historic hand-book. 1885... ( 

Montcalm and Wolfe. 1884. 2 v 

Same 

PoucHOT. Memoir on the war. 1760. . . < 

Rogers, MaJ. R. Journals. i755-'6o . .c 

Stewart. Under Lord Duffcrin 

Waruurton. Conquest of Canada. 2 v. 

Wynne. British Empire in Am. 1770. 2v 

[Spc, also, under " French America," and *' U. ! 

onial Period."] 

The Can ad as. 

Cannikf. Settlement of U. C 

Christie. Hist, of I^wer Canada. 6 v. 

Dent. Last forty years. 1881. 2 v 

I)URHA.M. Rep't and dispatches. 1839. • 
Farland. Cours d'histoire du Canada. . . 
G.vrneau. Hist, of Canada to 1841. 2 v. 

H EAD. Narrative. 1839 

Le Moine. Maple leaves. 1863 

Lindsey. Boundaries of Ont. 1873 < 

Mackenzie, Wm. Lyon. Life; by Lind- 
say. 1862 

MacMullen. Hist, of Canada. 1869.- 

Martin. History of Canada. 1836 

Miller. Exile to Van Dieman's land < 

Mori; AN. Celebrated Canadians. 1S62..9 

ScADDiNG. Toronto of old. 1S73 

Theller. Canada in iS37-'3S. 2 v 

Maritime Provinces. 

Brown. Hist. Cape Breton. 1869. . . . 
Halihirton. Account of Nova .Scotia. 

Hat 1 on and Harvey. Newfoundland 

Hannay. Hist, of Acadia. iS3o 

Pedley. Hist, of Newfoundland. 1863. 

Smith, P. H. Acadia 

.Stewart. Great fire at St. John. 1877. 

Manitoba. 
Bryce. Manitoba. 1882 



HiNCKS, 5/> F. Reminiscences. 1884. .923.2 571 

• For younK readers 



DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL 

BouciiETTE. British N. A. 1831. 2 v.9; 

Census of Canada. 1 851-185 2. 2 v 

Censuses. 1608 to 1876 

Dominion census. 1880. 4 V 

+ For reference. 



BRITISH AMERICA. 



01 



I circular. 1884 917-^ Pam. 5 | 

aritish America. i86a 917.6 Pam. i j 

>ccan to Ocean. 187Z Qi?.^ SS 

rravets. 1760-1776 917-6 11 

Gazetteer of B. N. A. i877-t9l7.6 W-5 

II 1832. 2 V. 917.6 I 
Canada Directory. l65I-'53. 71 45 
Untish Amenca. 1839. 3 v. 917.63 

vfoundland to Manitoba. 1SS1..917.6 73 
Overland journey. i84l-'4l.. 917.6 35 , 
Elevations of Canada. 18S4.. 551 55 , 

Trotlings of a Tenderfoot 917.6 87 ] 

The Casadas. | 

Field and forest. 1873 917.660 ' 

Shoe and canoe. 1S50. a v... 917.6 33 ; 
STI.E. Canadas in 1841. 3v... 917. 6 73 , 
H. Hocbela^ depicta. 1846.. 917.6 27 
IS, in Canada. . 917.6 36 

Out vacations 9176 \V-4 

Hand-b'k of Canada. 1884.1917.6 W-6 
>. Old towns. . . 325 13 

m lo Canada. 1869 917-6 Pam. 2 

Enffiand and Canada. 1884. 917.6 S2 

Life in the woods. 1S73 '917.6 28 

, Cum/i. Upper Canada. 2 v. . 917.6 6 

The emigrant. 1846 9176 21 

TravclsthroughCanadas. 1S07. 917.6 B-3 I 

rom home to home, l83j 917.685 : 

Canada. 1855 917.68 ■ 

Sketches of Upper Canada.. 917,6 22 

Sketches in Canada 917.1 71 

studies. 1839. 2v 917.6 19 I 

i. Western wanderings. 2 v. . 917,6 30 [ 

/•iT^tiir o/. Canadian pictures. 917. 6 Ii-6 | 

\ST. Three y'rs in Canada, i v. 917.6 14 j 

Life in the clearings. 1853- -■ 917-6 >8 > 

og it. 1871 917-6 79 

oadian scenery- 1B66 9176 R-i 

Quebec. 1867 917.6 W-2 | 

Canada. lS6s 9"7-6 38 j 

Pine fiwests. 1853 917626 | 

;««- view of U, C. 1813 917,6 74 I 

. 1853- 2v. 917.6 16 1 

Fire y'rs in Canada, 2 v 9176 12 j 

', Canadian hand-b'k. 1866,917.6 \V-i : 

C:-"-/. I"- '»"oro"«> 9'7.6 B-5 I 

ld:i and the Oregoa. 1849. - 9i7-6 64 
. .surveys 1S67 917-6 I'am. 3 j 

he. /ror^Am. .870 9-7-6 34 j 

f tht: Alice May 917.683 j 

:7^^<,u«di«"'*- '842^v.9l7.6 39l 
• For jtouoB readcra 



Butter WORT II. ZigtagjoumeysinAcadia- *oI49d6 

C, E. B- Over the border. 1884 917.6 So 

Chappell. Voyageof H. M-S. Kosamond-i)i7.6 41 

Co7,ZF.NS. Acadia. 1859 917-6 44 

Hepworth- Starboard and pon •917.6 65 

Kennedy, Sport, etc., NewfoundI'd and 

W. I. 1885 917.6 86 

Monro. New Brunswick. 1855 917-6 43 

Norton aniJ UAbfiERTON, Canoeing in 

Kanuckia. 187S 917-6 53 

Osgood's h'd-b'fcof maritime provinces. .917,6 W-3 

TocyuE. N 1S77 917-6 68 

Two months on Ihe Tobique. 1851 gi7-6 43 

Warner. Baddeck. 1874 917.6 61 

Labrador. — Hudson Bay. Etc- 
Ballantvne. Hudson's Bay. 1859. ..•917.6 62 
Barrow, Geog, Hudson's Bay, 1742. - 917-6 4S 

Bl TLER. Wild north land, 1874 917.6 52 

Great lone land. 1881 917.6 72 

Hearne. Hudson's Bay to N, Ocean. .917.6 B-4 
Hend. Inleriorof Labrador. 1863, 2 v. 917.6 58 
Mackenzie. .. . 517.6 50 

McLean. H^gffl! . 1849. 2 v. 917,6 66 

Milton, eta/. N. W. passage by land. , 917.6 54 

Robinson, Great fur land. 1879 •917,6 69 

SiMl'SON. Discoveries on N. coast. 1839. 917.6 49 

Stearns. Labrador. i994 9176 84 

Stei'iiens, Left on Labrador "09401 

Mamtoha and N. W. 
FlTZiJlBHON. Trip to Manitoba. 1880. . 917.6-71 
G(>RDc)N. Mountain and prairie. iSSo,. 917.6 70 
HaLi.. Lady's life in Manitoba. 1884. . 917.6 81 
llAMrLlON. Prairie province, 1876. . . . 917.6 39 
HfNl). Red River expedition. 1858. 2 v. 917,6 4s 
MacoUN. Manitoba and N. W, 18S3.. 917.6 78 
Tai.he, Missions dans le Nord-oucst. . . 917.6 35 

Year in Manitoba. 18S2 917.6 76 

Young emigrant in Manitoba. 1883 917-6 77 

Bkitjsii Col. and Islands. 
Mavne. Four y'rs in British Col. 1862.1917.6 56 
Lord. Naturalist in Vancouver's Island.. 508 6 
Poole, Queen Charlotte's Island. 1872.917.6 57 



CONSTITUTION.— POLITICS, Etc. 
Bt)CHAN-.\N. Relations of Canada. 1864, 329.2 45 
Canadian federation act. 1867 (Tent)-. 347 S 
Charlton. Condition of C-anada. 1885.976 Pam. 4 

Speech on franchise bill. 1885. .. .324 I'am. 15 

Debates on gov't of Quebec. 1774 976 25 

Howell. Naturalization in Canada 343.2 23 

Lorancer. HrilishN. Am, act. 1867.342,2 I'am. 5 

J For reitreact. 



62 



BRITISH AMERICA.— NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS. 



Parliamentary debates on confederation. . . 328.2 31 

Rawlinc.s. Confederation. 1865 976 34 

Smith, Goi.dwin. Political destiny of 

Canada. 1S78 97641 

WiCKSTEAii. Elector's catechism. .. 342.2 Pam. 6 



ADMINISTRATION. 

Dominion of Canada. Dept. of interior. 

Repts. 1S81-1884. 4v 917675 

Dep't of militia. Repts. i88o-'S4. 5 v. 355.28 
Minister of justice. Report on arrange- 
ment with B. Columbia. 1884. . . .976 Pam. 5 
N. W. mounted police. Rep'l. 1SS3.354.2 Pam. i 
Parliam't. Sessional papers. 1879. 10 v. 328.2 D-i 
Ontario. Com. of a^j;. Rep't on immi- 
gration. 1S69 325 Pam. 3 



NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS. 

Ahiiot']'. Aboriginal Am *97i 90 

Adair. liist. Am. Indians. 1775 970.1 B-9 

Alden. Missions among Senccas. 1827. 90.1 1 
Am. Antiq. Soc. PrcKcedings. 18O1. 970.1 Pam. i 

Anecdotes of \m. Indians. 1S50 970.1 60 

Bancroft, II. II. Native races Pacific 

States. i>74. 5 v 970. 1 38 

Battey. Quaker among Indians. 1875.917.5 66 

Beach. Indian miscellany. 1877 970.1 B-8 

Bfxk\voi:rtii, J. 1*. Life. 1858 923.1334 

Belden. The white chief. 1871 970.I 67 

Benson, .\mong the Choclaws. i860.. 970.1 56 
Biuaui). liiographie des sagamos. 1848. 970.1 17 
Bla<;k Hawk. Life. 1855 923.1333 

x^ii c« ^^3^** * * ** * * ** * * ** * * ** * * ** ** *^/«?*«? M?^*' 

History ; by Smith. 1846 970. i Pam. 3 

Bou.ER. Among the Indians. i85S-'66. 917.5 64 
Boi:rke. Snake-dance of .McKjuis. 1884. 917. 5 182 

Boy's b<x)k of Indian battles *970 i 74 

Brant. And Red Jacket ; by Kggleston, 

I'/ r7/. *90. 1 13 

Life : by Stone. 1838. 2 v 923. i 327 

Brinton. The Lenajx*. 1885 970. i 8 

Brownki.i.. Indian races. 1S57 970.129 

Buchanan. Sketches of N. A. Indians. . 970.1 30 
Canada. Dep't of Indian affairs. Repts. 

1882-1884 970.1 76 

Catlin. 111. of N. A. Indians. 2 v. .970.1 I^io 

Indians in England, etc. 1852 970.1 71 

Last rambles *970. i 3 

N. Am. Indian portfolio 970.1 T-i 

ClJVRKE. The Wyandoltes. 1870 970. 1 51 

Colden. Hist, of the five nations 970.1 48 



CorwAY. Ojibway nation. 1850 97ai 

CusACK. Ancient hist., six nations. .970.1 Flu 
Dabry I)e Thiersant. Orig^ne des In- 

diens. ■ 1883 970-I B 

Dall ant/ GiBBS. Tribes of the N. west. .97a 1 1 
De Forest. Indians of Conn. 1853. . . 97ai 

Dodge. J. R. Red men of the Ohio 97ax 

Doi)(;k, R. I. Our wild Indians. 1882. . 97ax 
Drake, F. S. Indian hist, for young 

folks •gTai 

Drake, S. G. Aboriginal races 9701 

Biog. and hist, of N. A. Indians. 1851. 97ai 

Indian captivities. 185 1 '*970-l 

Old Indian chronicle. 1836 9791 

Eastman. Dahcotah. 1849 97ai 

Ellis. Red man and white man. 1882. 97ai 

Fields. Indian bibliography xl 

Force. Indians of Ohio. 1S79 970.1 Pu 

G.\LLAT1N. Synopsis of Ind. tribes, (v. 

2, Afch. Am.) 97a 

Gats<:h ett. M igration legend of Creeks. . 97ai 
GooKiN. Christian Ind. of N. E. (v. 2, 

.\rch. Am.) 97a 

Grey Hawk. Life ; by Macaulay. 1883. •97ai 
IIalkett. Hist, notes on Indians. 1825.97a] 
Hawes. Tales of N. a. Indians. 1845. '97a] 
1 1 eckewelder. H ist. of Indians in Penn. 

etc. (Penn. Hist. Soc. mem. v. 12). 972 

Mission of United Brethren iC 

Hoi'E. Men of the backwoods. 1880. . . 'gTft 
Howard. Nez Perce Joseph. 1881. . . . 97011 
Hunter. Captivity among the Indians. . 97al 
Indian orphan asylum, N. Y. Rep't on... 9al 
Indian schools. Rep't of sup't. 1883. 97ai Vam 
Indian tribes in the U. S. Reference list ;, 

by Foster, v. 3 16 

Irving. Indian sketches. 1835. 2 v. . . 97ai 

Jackson, Mrs. " H. H." Century of dis- 
honor. 1881 970Lt 

J.\CKSON, \V. H. Catalog, of photographs. 970^ 
Jemison, Mary. Life; bySeaver. 1856. 9af 

Same qOlI 

Johnson, A. C. The Iroquois. 1855 97aX 

Johnson, E. Legend of Iroquois. 1881.97OLI 
Jones, C. C. Antiquities of S. Indians. . 97OLI 

Jones, P. Ojibway Indians 9701! 

Kohl. Kitchi-gami (Ojibway). i860. ..9701.1 
Lafitai'. Moeurs des sauvages. 2 v. .97ai 1 
Larmier. Capture and escape. 1870. . . 97011 
Lincoln. Treaty with Indian tribes .... 97) 
LosKiEL. Mission of United Brethren... fli 

McKenney. Memoirs. 1846 970,1 

McKenney antf Hall. Hist. Indian 
tribes. 1854. 3v g-jo,i 



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NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS.- THE UNITED STATES. 



03 



Sig^ language 654 B-2 

•CY. Our Indian wards. 1880. 970.1 13 

At Red Cloud agency . . . .970.1 Pam. 12 

1. rep'ton Ind. question. . .970.1 Pam. 11 

\Vani|>anoag Indians. 1880. ..970.1 18 

Indian wars, i860 970. i 24 

Fabrics of the Iroquois 506 3 

and house-life. 188 1 970.1 B-12 

of the Iroquois. 185 1 970. i 45 

Report on Indian affairs. 1822. 970.1 34 

Hans; amended treaty with 90.1 5 

te Legislature; report on petition 

ockbridge Indians 970-i Pam. 25 

on Indian orphan asylum. .970.1 Pam. 27 

*he Indian question. 1878 970.1 14 

lating to Iroquois. 1666-1763.973.1 Pam. I 
STiHg. History: by Abbott. i857.*970.i 27 

»JTAS. Life ; by Eggleston *970.i 9 

. Conspiracy of ; by Parkman . . *970. i 26 

Among the Sioux 970. i 36 

Speech on Indian affairs. .970.1 Pam. 10 
. Tribes of California. 1877.. 970.1 B-7 

c;lf.. Life; by Eggleston *970.i 7 

■RET. Birth-place of ; byConover. 90.1 12 

by Stone. 1866 90.1 19 

uies at Buffalo. 1884 90. i 22 

sland: report of Narragansett In- 

Com. 1883 970.1 Pam. 33 

Forty years with the Sioux 266 9 

Tales of the Eskimo. 1875 970.1 49 

;d50N, Mrs. Captivity. 1676.. 970.1 20 

BER. Tribes of the Hudson 970. i 47 

f. Seneca Indians, West. N. Y. ; 

nds, etc. 1878 90.13 

;eraghta. King of Senecas.90.1 Pam. i 
'RAFT. Hist, and statis. informa- 

1851. 5v 970.1 R-i 

t in his ^'igru'am. 1847 970. 1 31 

on the Iroquois 970. i 46 

with census of N. A. Indians in 

v. 1846 970. 1 32 

• years with Ind. tribes. 1812-42. 970.1 33 

ndians; case of. 1840 90.1 6 

ilets and pub. doc's relating to. 

1-1880 90.1 4 

as to U. S. ag't. 1848 90.1 10 

jtion among. 1848 90. 1 2 

Catholic missions. 1529-1854... 226' 11 

Letters and sketches. 1843 970. i 63 

m missions 267 30 

Jas. Captivity; by Darlington. 

-1 759 973. 1 1 3 

Traditions, Algonquins 40 14 

X. Captivity. Oatraan girls 970.1 66 



I 



Strong. Appeal. (N. Y. Indians) 90.1 7 

Review of .same 90. i 8 

Tecumseh. Life; by Eggleston. i878.*97o.i 6 

Life ; by Drake. 1852 *923.i 331 

Thatcher. Indian biography. 2 v.... 923.1 320 

Thomas orphan asylum reports 90.1 Pam. 2 

Tonawanda Indians. Reports on petition 

of. 1842 90.19 

Treaty with Six Nations. Albany. 1775.. 972 25 
Trumhull. Hist. Indian wars. 1854... 970.1 23 
TUTTLE. Boy's book about Indians. . . .*970.i 65 
United States. Board of Indian Com'rs. 

Third Rep't. 1871 970.r*35 

Bureau of Ethnology. Reports 970.1 B-13 

Negotiation with New York Indians. 

1821 970. 1 Pam. 15 

Treaty with N. Y. Indians. 1840. 970.1 Pam. 18 

Petition of Oneida Indians 970.1 Pam. 24 

Memorial of same. 1874 970. i Pam. 29 

Memorials of Onandagas. 1874. .970.1 Pam. 30 
State Papers: Indian affairs. 1789- 

1827. 2 V 328.1 D-B-40 

Vetromile. The Abnakis. i8f)6 970.1 55 

Walker. The Indian question. 1S74.. 970.1 70 
Welsh. Visit to Sioux Reserve. 1S83.970.1 Pam. 31 

Western scenes. 1S53 970.1 68 

Williams. Life. 1859 923.1335 

Yarrow. Mortuary customs 397 B-i 

Zeisbercer. Diary among Indians. 2 v. 266 12 
Zyliff. The Ponca chiefs. 1880 970.1 15 



• THE UNITED STATES. 

COLONIAL PERIOD. 

Abbott. Southern colonies *97i 92 

Northern colonies *97i 93 

Wars of the colonies *97i 94 

Aspinwall Papers. (Mass. Hist. Soc. 

coll. V. 39, 40) 972 38 

Burke. European settlem'ts in Am. 2 v.. 970 13 
Carver. Travels through Am. i766-'68.. 917 7 
Chalmers. Annals of the colonies, cont'd 

to 1696. (N. Y. Hist. Soc. col. 1868).. 973 14 

Coffin. Old times in the colonies *97i.i 13 

Same *97i.i I3>i 

Congress at Albany. 1754. Proceedings. 972 25 
Douglass. British settlem'ts in N..\. 2 v. 971. i 9 

Doyle. The Am. colonies. 1869 971.1 3 

The English in Am. 1882 971.1 16 

FiNLEY. Journal. 1773-1774 971. 1 B-5 

Force, ed. Tracts, etc., relating to the 

colonies. 4 v 971. 1 B-i 



• For youDg rtstdcn. 



64 



UNITED STATES: COLONIAL PERIOD. 



Frost. Book of the colonies. 1846 971. i n 

Grahame. Hist, of the U. S. to 1688. 2 v. 971. i 4 

Same; to- 1776. 2v 971.17 

Great Britain. Calendar of state papers; 

colonial series. 15 74-1668. 2 v 942.4 B-4 

Hakluyt. Discourse on west'n plant'g.. 972.1 48 
Halibi'RTON. Rule and misrule of the 

English. 1851 971. 1 12 

Kalm., Travels in N. Am. 1772. 2v. . 917 5 
Lodge. Short hist, of Eng. colonies .... 971. i 14 

Markham. Colonial days ^029601 

Marshall. Hist, of the colonies. 1824. 971. i 2 

Ki^LL. English colonization. 1871 97i-i i 

Plans of forts in America. 1765 623 10 

Rogers. Concise acc't of N.Am. 1765. 970 22 

Walsh. Appeal from G't Britain. 1819. 971.1 6 

(See, also, under " British America.") 

New England. 

Adams. The N. E. confederacy of 1643. 972 29 

Andros tracts. 3 v 972. i 61 

Brodheai). The gov't of Sir E. Andros. 972.1 77 
Caverly. Indian wars of New England. 972.1 52 
Church. Hist, of expeditions. 1689, etc. 970.1 79 

War with King Philip 970, i 78 

Same 970. i So 

Clark. Ill ncwes from N. E. 1652. . . . 972 32 
Drake, S. A. Book of New Eng. legends. 972.1 67 
Drake, S. G. French and Indian war.. . 972.1 10 
DUNTON. Letters from New Eng. 16S6. 972. i 60 
Elliott. New Eng. hist, to 1776. 2 v.. 972.1 43 

First settlers of New England 972.1 12 

Gardener. Relation of Pequot warres . 972 23 
Good news from New England. 1648 . . . 972 31 
Gorges. Description of N. E. 1658... 972 26 
Gosnold's Voyage, 1602; doc'ts relating to. 972 28 
Hubbard. General hist. N. E. to 1680.. . 972 15 
Indian wars in New England. 2 v. . . 972.1 45 
JossELYN. New England's rarities, (v. 

4, Arch. Am.) ()72 B-3 

Two voyages to N. E. 1638 and 1663. 917.2 3 

Same 972 23 

Lechfokd. I'laine dealing. 1642 972 23 

Levett. Voyage into New Eng. 1623. 972 28 

Same 972 140 

Lowell. New Eng. two centuries ago. 824. i 1S2 

Lowell Institute lectures. iS(h) 972. i 27 

LUNT. Old New Eng. traits. 1873 972 41 

McKke.n. Waymouth's voyage. 1605.. 972 143 
Markham. King Thiiip's war. i883..*972.i 66 

Mason. Brief hist. Tequot war 972 18 

Mather. Early hist. New Eng. to 1637. 972.1 3 
New England. Early social life. Refer- 
ence list; by Foster, v. 3. 16 55 



. • • • • 



I Nn^s. Indian and French wars 

■ Same. Continued 

i Norton. New England's memorials 9 

Palfrey. Hist, of New England during 

I the Stuart dynasty. 3 v 9 

' Same from 1688. v. 1 '9* 

Compendious hist, of same to 1775. 4 t. 9- 
: Pepperell, Sir W. Life; by Parsons. . .92; 
. Prince. Chronolog. hist. N. E. to 1730. < 

Rosier. Waymouth's voyage. 1605 

; Savage. Gleanings for New Eng. hist. . 
Smith, Capt. John. Advertisement for 

unexperienced planters 

Same < 

Description of N. E. 1614 « 

Same 

General hist, of N. E., to 1624 91 

Underhill. Hist. Pequot war 

White. Early hist. N. Eng. 1856 

. Whitefield. Homesof our forefathers. 7a 

Massachusetts, 

Ban yard. Plymouth and Pilgrims. i866.*9: 

Bartlett. Pilgrim fathers. 1866 9: 

Baylies. Hist, of New Plymouth to 1692.9; 

j Same 9; 

Belknap papers. (Mass. Hist. Soc. col's. 

V. 42, 43.) 

Blakk. Annals, Dorchester. 1846 9: 

BoiTWELL. Old high'ys,etc.,of Groton.972.1 
Bradford. Hist., Plymouth plantation . 
Brewster. Wm. Life and times; by Steele. 9: 

Caverly. Hannah Duston 9: 

Cheever, t'd. Journal of the Pilgrims. . . 9' 
Daniels. Huguenots in the Nipmuck 
country. 1880 9' 

, Danforth papers. 1664-1666 

• Davis. Ancient landmarks, Plymouth. .. 9* 
Drake. Hist, and antiq. of Bost. to 1770.97: 

DuNTON. Journal in Mass. 1686 

Eliot. Christian commonwealth 

Gorton. Simplicity's defence c 

Gray. Early laws of Mass 

CiKF.KN. Town records of Groton. 1 662-' 78. 9 

Early land grants of same 9 

Historical address Groton. 1880 9 

drolon during Indian wars. 1SS3 9 

Hallowell. Quaker invasion of Mass. .9 

Hinckley papers. 1676-1^)99 

1 1 u nter. Collections concerning founders 
of N. Plymouth 

I Same 

! Hunter. The church at Scrooby. 1854. 

I Hutchinson. Diary and letters 9: 



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UNITED STATES: COLONIAL PERIOD. 



66 



iist., colony of Mass. Bay 

9721 5 

eof Mass.Hay. 1691-1750. 9721 6 

1774 972.1 7 

;rs. 2v 972.1 56 

. Hist. Soc. col.) 972 20 

idcr-Dvorking Providence . . 972 12 

rim fathers *972. i 14 

1650-1688 972 38 

Mass. Bay. i748-'98. 2 v. 972.1 17 
of N . Plymouth and Mass. 

923. 1 I 

V English Canaan 972.1 64 

:ion, Plymouth 972. 1 16 

.an commonwealth. 1856. 972.1 24 
Zivil lists, etc., Plymouth 

rolonies. 1621-1700 972.1 50 

lew Puritan; by Pike. 1879.923. i 380 

tion at Plymouth. 1853 972 47 

t Co. of Mass. Bay to the 

>n. (Arch. Am. v. 3.) . . . 972 136 

anting of Mass colony 972 34 

Diary. 1 674- 1700. (Mass. 

col. V. 45, 46, 47.) 972 38 

•</. Records of New Ply- 

12 V 972.1 B-8 

LES. Life; by Abbott. i872.»923.i 2 

grrims at Leyden 972 29 

oncord, colonial period 972.1 78 

:t. Writings and memoir; 

972.1 59 

Mass. civil list. 1630-1 774. 972.1 28 
xxlnewesfrom N. Eng. 1624 972 19 
ilamander discov'd. 1647.. 972 22 
Hist, of New Eng. 1630- 

v 972. 1 I 

tcrs; by Winthrop. 1864.. 923.1 3 

9. 2v 923.1413 

xrs. (Mass. Hist. Soc. col. 

6.37.41,44.48.) 97238 

ronicles, Pilg^m fathers. 

5 972.1 25 

Mass. Bay. 1623-36 972.1 26 



IVitcfuraft Delusion. 

chology of Salem witchcraft, 
e wonders 



aaLs of witchcraft in N. E. . . 

emarkable providences 

the invisible world 

on Mather and witchcraft . . 
em witchcraft. 1867. 2v. . 
Supematoralism of N. £. . . 



133 106 
133 50 

133 107 
133 52 
133 49 
133 48 
133 51 
133 53 

133 103 



Rhode Island, 

Bartlett, ed. Records of the colony. 9 v. 972 92 
Callender. Hist, discourse, R. I. colony. 972 105 
Hopkins, Stephen. Acc't of Providence. 972 19 

Life; by Foster. 1884 923.1 485 

Potter. Early historj' Narragansett 972 104 

Rhode Island State papers 972 17 

Williams, Roger. Letters. 1632-82. . 972.1 53 

Footprints of; by Mudge. 1871 922.1 47 

Memoir; by Knowles. 1834 922.1 45 

Connecticut, 

HiNMAN, ed. Letters from Eng. kings 

and queens to gov'rs of Conn.% 972.1 40 

Johnston. Genesis of a N.E. State. 1883. 972.1 65 
Peters. General hist. Conn, to 1776. . . . 972.1 58 
Trumbull. Hist, of Conn. 1630-1 764. .972.1 36 
Trumbull, ed. Public records of colony. 

1665-78. 2v 972.1 38 

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Gorges, Sir F. Brief narration. 1658. . 972 140 

Pemaquid papers. 1676-1696 972 143 

Sewall. Ancient dominions of Me. 1859. 972.1 42 
SouTHGATE Hist. Scarborough. 1633-1783 972 141 
Sullivan. Hist, of dist. of Maine. 1795. 972.1 41 

Thornton. Ancient Pemaquid 972 143 

Willis, ed. Doc. hist, of Me. 1877. 3 v. . 972,1 47 

New York. 

Barnes. Early hist, of Albany. 1864.. 973.1 5 
Brodhead. Final rep't on col. hist, doc's. 973.1 ii 

Hist. N. Y. to 1691. 2v 972 II 

Brodhead, ed. Doc's relating to colonial 

hist. 13 V 973. 1 D-B-i 

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'67. (N. Y. Hist. Soc. col. 1869.) . . 973 14 
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Dankens and Sluyters. Voyage to N. Y. 

i679-'8o. (L. L Hist. Soc. v. i.).. 973 19 
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JOGURS. Novum Belgiom; description de 

N. Netherland 973. i B-2 

Kapp. Die Deutschen im Staate N. V. . . 973.1 48 
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Laet. New Netherlands. 1624. (N. Y. 

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Leisler. Administration of. (N.Y. Hist. 

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Miller. Description of N. Y. 1695... 917.3 2 
Marshall. First visit of La Salle to Sen- 

ecas 90.1 18 

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Pearson, ed. Records of Albany 973-1 B-3 

Schuyler, Mrs, Mem.; by Mrs. Grant. 923.1 142 
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WooLEY. Journal in N. Y. 1678 917-3 5 

New Jersey. 

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Whitefieli), ed. Doc's relating to col- 
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ACRELius. Hist. N. Sweden. (Penn. Hist. 

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Ferris. Settlements on the Delaware. . . 973.1 12 
Franklin. Const, and gov't of Penn. . . 820.1 6 

Gordon. Hist, of Penn. to 1776 973- 1 8 

Hazard, <r</. Penn. arch. 1664-1790. 12 v. 973.1 33 
Penn. Cor. with Jas. Ix)gan. i7oo-'50. 

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Date of landing 973-1 Pam. 8 

Landing at Chester; by Armstrong. 973.1 Pam. 4 
Penn YB ACKER. Hist. ;ind biog. sketches. 973.1 46 
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Same. 3 v 973. i 9 

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General History. 

£. Revolutionary times. 1876.. 917. i 10 

J. Revolt of the Colonies •971 95 

the Revolution •971 96 

Hist, of the Rev. 1819 971.2 18 

s. History of the war. 4 v 97i'2 68 

pcrs 9712 35 

War of Independence. 3 v. 1820. 971.2 6 
fis. Int. to hist, of the revolt. 2 v. 971. 2 60 
Domestic hist, of the Rev. 1850. ^97 1.2 22 
Hies. Reference list; by Foster. 16 55 
Doc. hist, of Am. Rev. 1855... 971.2 9 

imal of the war. (Anon.) 972 2 

lerica won freedom. 1863 ...... *97i.2 46 

Journal of the War. 1809 971.2 28 

Pictorial field-book. 2 v.. .*97i.2 B-i 
:een hundred and seventy-six 971*2 78 

War of Independence. 1876.. 971. 2 21 

:ey. True stories of the fathers. . *97i 58 

td. Diary of the Rev. 2 v. 1860.971. 2 lo 

Annals of the Rev. 1824 971.2 76 

Hist, of the war.* 1779. ^ v. .971.2 56 

history of the Rev. 1847 971.2 12 

History of U.S. 1763-97. 2 v. 971 8 

Hist, of the IgLev. 2 v. 1811. 971.2 4 

The Revolution. 1792 971.2 17 

; of the Revolution. 1870 *97i.2 40 

Records of the Rev. i860 971.2 23 

The American war. 1775-83.. .971.2 20 
I. Hist, of the Am. war. 2 v. .971.2 B-3 

Hist, of the Rev. 1805. 3 v. 971.2 i 
Reader's hand-book of the Rev . {97 1 . 2 48 

Personal History. 

foHN. (See page 69.) 

)AM. Man of the town meeting; 

[osmer. 1884 342.172 

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ly Hosmer. 1885 923.1 66 

Ithan. And the Green Mt. heroes; 

►e Puy. 1859 •923.1 124 

1853 *923.i 125 

Maj. Case of; by Biddle. (Penn. 

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y Sargent. 1861 923.2 288 

>f; by Smith 971.2 41 

tioD ol captors; by Benson 971.2 42 

Benedict. Life; by Arnold... 923.1 391 
S. Jounuih etc. ; by Ward . . .923.1 147 
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by Bigel<y^' '^^ *923.i 498 

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Life; by Holley. i860 •923.1 69 

Life; by Parton. 1864. 2 v 923.1 61 

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Greene, Gen. Life; by Greene. 3 v. ..923.1 107 

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Henry, Patrick. Life; by Wirt. 1854. .923.1 97 
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JUDSON. Sages and heroes 923.1 5 

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Marshall, C. Diary in Phila. 1774-81. 973.2 8 

Morgan, Gtn. Hero of Cowpens 971.2 64 

Life; by Graham. 1856 923.1 130 

Morris, Gouv. Life; by Sparks. 3 v. .923.1 86 

Muzzy. Men of the Rev. 1883 923.1 449 

Otis, J as. Life; by Tudor. 1823 923.1 98 

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Pickering, Timothy. Life; by Picker- 
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Sanderson. Signers of the Declaration. 

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Same. 1828. 5v 923.115 

ScHVYLEK.GeM. Life; by Lossing. 1860.923. i 126 

Same. 2v 923.1127 

m 

Stark, G^h. Memoir and cor. ; by Stark. .923. i 354 
Steuben, -i9a WW. Life; byKapp. 1859.. 923.1 131 
Stirling, Z^^. Life; by Duer. 1847.. 923.1 133 

Waldo. Naval heroes. 1823 923.1 103 

Warren, J. Life; by Frothingham.. .923.1 B-18 
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Early life; by Pickell. 1856 923.1 48 

Fac simile of accounts 923.1 B-io 

The farmer boy; by Thayer. 1864 . . .*923.i 53 

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Letters to Gen. Heath. 1775-83. (Mass. 

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Same *97i 97 

■ Life; by Bancroft. 1848 923.1 46 

Life; by Cecil. 1867 ♦923.1 55 

Life; by Everett, i860 923. i 422 

Life, in Latin; by Glass 923.1 43 

Life; by Habberton. 1884 923.1 57 

Life; by Headley. 1856 : .'. .•923.1 42 

Life; by Hyde. 1871 *923.i 134 

Life; by Irving. 1859. 5 v 923.1 30 

Same. 1864. 5v 923.135 

Same. 1883. iv •923,16-22 

Same; abridged '923. i 368 

Life ; by Marshall. 1805. 5 v 923.1 23 

Same. 1835 923. i 28 

Life; by Ramsay. 1815 923.1 44 

Same. 181 1 923.1 45 

Memoirs ; by Kirkland. 1870 *923.i 51 

Mount Vernon ; by Cooper. 1859 *923.i 54 

Mount Vernon ; by Lossing 923.1 418 

National monument to; oration by Win- 

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Soldier and patriot ; by Owen 923. 1 50 

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Young folks' life ; by Brown. 1883. . *923.i 41 
Washington «//</ Crawford. Letters. .971.2 15 
Washingtoniana ; by Hough. 2 v. .923.1 B-15 
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Field. Battle of Long Island. 1869... 
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Vorktown campaign. 1881 9 

Jones. Campaign for conquest of Canada. 9 
Kidder. Boston massacre 9 

Operations in £. Maine and N. S 

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Lee. Campaign of '81 in the Carolinas. . 9 

The war in the southern dep't 9 

Leslie'sexp. to Salem. .Feb. 26, 1775. .972.2 
Melvin. Jounial of exp, to Quebec. ... 9 
Narrative of Boston massacre. 1770 .... 9 
Neilson. Burgoyne's campaign. 1844.. 9 

Patton. Yorktown • 971. 

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SiMCOE. Military journal 9' 

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Hist. Independence Hall 971 2 43 

LUX. Travels in N. Am. 1782.917.1 12 

Boysof76. 1877 ♦971.244 

♦971.2 44>^ 

u Address, Salem, 1874 . . .972.2 Para, i 

German element in the Rev. ..923.1 132 

Journal, Conn, to Ft. Pitt. 1785.. 971.3 65 

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« Hessians in the Rev. war 971.2 73 

971.2 74 

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rks. (Same controversy.) 971 83 

to Lord Mahon. 1852 923.1 375 

Massachusetts. 

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Hist, of N. Y. during Rev 973-2 B-4 

ndsor centennial. 1883 973-2 Pam. I 

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Maryland. 

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American Remembrancer. 1795 971-3 27 

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Barlow. Political writings. 1796 329.1 142 

Blennerhasset papers; ed. by SafTord 971.3 10 

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Ellicoit. Journal. 1796-1800 971.3 B-2 

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Works. 1851. 7v 329.127 

Same. 1810. 3 v 329.1 34 

Same. 1810. 3v 329.137 

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Life; by Morse. 1883 923.1 458 

Life; by Parton. 1874 923. i 77 

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Life; by Tucker. 1837. 2 v 923.1 72 

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Message. 1814 327.14 

Letters and other writings. 1865. 4 v. 329.1 44 

Papers. 1841. 3 v 329. i 41 

Monroe. Mission to French rep. 1797.. 327.1 3 

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Quincy, JosiAH. Life; by Quincy. 1868.923. i 166 
ScHOULER. Hist, of the U. S. 1783- 

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Sullivan. Familiar letters. 1783-1815.. 971.3 13 
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Washburn. The N. E. boundary 972 144 

Wasiiin(;ton. Administrations. Refer- 
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Description and Travel. 

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Baily. Tour in unsettled parts of N. A. 917.1 17 
Davis. Travels in the U. S. 1798-1802.917.1 18 

Janson. Stranger in Am. 1807 917.1 B-i 

Ke.ndall. Travels. 1807-1808. 3 v.. 917.24 

Ker. Travels. 1808-1816 917 15 

Lambert. Travels. 1806-1808. 3 v . . 917 8 

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Melish. Travels. 1806-1811. 2 v.... 917 13 



MiCHAUX. Travels west of All^^y M'ts. 91 
Morse. The Am. geography. 1794. ..917 
Rochefoucault. Travels. 1795-1797.. 91 

Scott. U. S. gazetteer. 1795 917.3 

Seybert. Statistical annals. 1789-1818.317D 
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Vermont. 

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Vanderkamp. The Hudson to Lake On- 
tario. 1792. (Buff. Hist. Soc. V. 2.). 
W^orth. Recollect's of Albany. i8oo-*o8. q 

Pennsylvania. 

Brackenridge. The whiskey insurrect'n. ^ 
Ward. Insurrection of 1794. (Penn. 
Hist. Soc. mem. v. 6.) 9' 

Southern States. 
Bartram. Travels thro' N. C, S. C, etc. c 



I 



Jefferson. 
Stoddard. 



Notes on Va. 1782 . . 
Sketches of La. 1812 



9J 
9J 



The West and Northwest. 

Allen. Lewis and Clarke's exp. 2 v. . . < 
Bradbury. In the interior of America. . 
Drake. Cincinnati and Miami Co. 1815. < 
Espy. Tour in Ohio, K'y, etc. 1805 . .. 
Gass. Lewis and Clark's jour. i8o4-'o6. 
Law. Colonial hist, of Vincennes. 1858. 

May. Journeys to the Ohio country 

St. Clair's campaign against the Indians. . 
Sheldon. Hist, of Mich, to 1815 



THE WAR OF 1812. 

Adams, J. Q., fd. The duplicate letters, etc. 9 
Armstrong. Notices of the war of 1812. 9 

Same. v. 1 9 

Attack on Fort Erie. ("Portfolio." Feb., 

1816) 

AucHiNLF.CK. The war of 1812 ^ 

Battle of I^ke Erie Monument Ass'n..97i.3 



* For younK readers. 



UNITED STATES: WAR OF 1812. — MONROE TO BUCHANAN. 



at OSciallenen.mrof tSt9.97I.3 JS 

[lunpaiKQs of the N. W 97i'3 3S 

Battle of Lake Erie. iSjg... 971.3 47 

971.3 47Ji 

1 character of the late mr 971.3 3i 

Rer. of Armstrong's " Notices." 90.4 I 

The war and its moral 971-3 30 

>Li. Am. privateers. i8i3-'i4.97i.3 33 
prison; by a prisoner. 1G53. . .971.3 33 

Com. Life: 9^3.1 194 

Battle of Lake Erie. 1B76 . . .971.3 64 

Hist. Hartford convention 971.3 is 

The Fredooiad. [Epic, of (he 



4».. 



. .B21.3 309 



Campaigns of British anny 

lingtOD and N. 971-3 34 

971-3 S6 

conTention. Proceedings 40 33 

The war of rSta in iheN. W.. 975.3 3 

f.rVVT Eng. 3 V. .971.328 

W 4V,. 971.3 57 

L. Hist.of thewarof I8i3. 3v-97i.3 14 

Hist- of the war of iSia *97i.3 Oi 

The war in W. Fla. and La. . . 974.3 3 

Hull's surrender 971.3 Pam. a . 

I iield-book *97l.3 B-l 

Journal of events. 1863 90.4 4 

Officer? in the battle of Lake 

9713 Pam- 3 

:- U. S. and Eng. 1814 917.1 36 

Hist- of late war. 1815 971.3 17 

(- Military heroes, war of 1B12.. 933. 1 1S4 
Com. of defence. 1814- 



Fersonal Histoky. 

Adams, John Q. Administration. Refer. 

ence list; by Foster, v. 3 16 5S 

Life; by Morse. 1883 933-1 439 

Life; by Seward. 1B51 933.1 355 

Memoirs; td. by C- F. Adams. I3v.. 933,1 171 
Memoir; by Quincy. 1B58 9"3.i 1B3 

Buchanan. Administration. 1866 971.4 i 

Reference list; by Fos- 
ter. V. 4 16 55 

Life; by Curtis. 1883. 3 v 933.1 467 

Life; by Horton. 1856 913.I 933 

Calhoun. Life; by Von Hoist. 18B3. .933.1 435 
Life; byjenkins. 1850 923.1 310 

Clay, Life to 1844 933.1 Pam. i 

Life. 1869 •923.1 309 

Life; by Sargent. 1852 923.1 206 

Life and speeches; fii. by Mallory. 3 v.. 329.1 87 
Life, cor. and speeches; r//. by ColEon. 

1857- 6v 329.1 10a 

Obituary addresses, on. l8j2 923.1 3oB 

Clinton, D.W. Life and wrilings. 1S49.923.1 311 

Memoir; by Hosack. 1829 923.1 B-4 

Tribute to. 1828 923.1 313 

Douglas. Addresses on. 1861 923.1 Pam. a 

Life; by Sheahan. i860 923.1 330 

Fillmore. Biography. 1856 91. r 2 

Lite. 1B56 91. 1 I 

Is (he) an abolitionist? 1856 91. i Pam. 3 

Harrison-. Life; by Jackson. 1840... 923,1 319 






Min 



(Pen 



Hisi 






... 973 B-2 

Naval war of iBll 971.3 36 

'^^ Heights- 1859. 90-4 3 

Hist.of the late war. 1833.971.3 4B 
Affair 90,4 2 

Jackson and N. O. 1856 974, 3 6 

s, J. S. Invasion of Wasbing- 

1857 971-3 33 

s, S. ' Western campaigns,. 1812. 97s 20 



ROE TO BUCHANAN, 1817-1861. 



Gese 



I His 



Thirty years' view, lB20-'5o, . 971.3 49 

The half century. 1851 97", 3 4 

Rerainisc's of Congress. 1850,923,1 295 

»ar. (See page 57.) 

t'eekly register. i8i]-'49. 73V..SI P-B-i 

Men and events. i8i7-'s3. 3v„97i.3 8 

Last leaves of Am. hist 971.3 41 



Reference 1 v. 4 iS 55 

Houston, S. Life. 1855 923.1 326 

Jackson. Reference list; 

• V. 4 1655 

Biography; by Goodwin. 1833 J|23,I 189 

Life. 1850 923.1 18B 

Life; by Headley. 1852 923.1 190 

Life; by Parton, 1861. 3 v 923,1 185 

Life; by Sumner. 1882 923,1 441 

Kendall, A, Autobiography. 1872, ..923,1 334 
Lafayette, In Am, 1824-1835 ; by 

I^vasseur. 2v 917.1 39 

Mavo. Political sketches. 1839 971-3 37 

Monroe, .\ilniinistrations. Reference list; 

by Foster, v. 3 16 55 

Life; by Adams. 1850 923.1 90 

Life; by Oilman. 1883 923.1 45O 

Sketch. 1620 923.1 154 

i'lERCE. .\d ministration. Reference list;" 

by Foster, v, 4 16 55 

I'OLK. Administration of ; by Chase.... 971.3 38 
Administration. Reference list; by Fos- 

<■"■ V. 4 16 55 



• For young rtiien 



72 



UNITED STATES: FROM MONROE TO BUCHANAN. 



QuiNCY, J. Figures of the past. 1883. .923.1 455 

Same 923.1 456 

Same 923. i 457 

Randolph, J. Home reminiscences; by 

Bouldin. 1878 923. i 205 

Life; by Adams. 1882 923. i 444 

Life; by Garland. 1851. 2 v 923.1 167 

Scott, Gen. Life; by Headley. 1852. .*923.i 190 

Life; by Mansfield. 1846 923.1 193 

Memoirs; by himself. 1864. 2v 923.1 191 

Semmes. Afloat and ashore. 1 851 971-3 44 

Seward. (See under *'SIaver>' and the 
slavery conflict," pajje 57.) 

Sumner, C. (See under same.) 

Taylor, Gen. Life; by Montgomer)'.. .923.1 221 

Taylor and Fillmore. Administra- 
tions. Reference list; by Foster, v. 4. 16 55 

Thomas. Reminiscences. 1840. 2 v... 971. 3 11 

Tyler. I^etters and times. 1884. 2 v. .923.1491 

Life. 1844 923.1220 

Memoir; by Wise 923. 1 292 

Van Buren. Administration. Reference 

list; by Foster, v. 4 16 55 

Life; by Holland. 1835 923.1 214 

Webster. Biography; by March. 1850. 923.1 295 

Life; by Curtis. 1870. 2v 923.1196 

Same. 1872. 2v ^ 923.1 198 

Life; by Ixxlge. 1883 923.1 459 

Life; by Lyman. 1853, 2 v 923.1 202 

Life, orations, etc. 1853 923.1 200 

Memorial. 1853 923.1 201 

Private life; by Lanman. 1852 923.1 204 

Publications occasioned by death of. Bui. 

Phila. Mer. Lib., v. i.. No. 4 16 B-18 

Reference list; by Foster, v. 2 16 55 

Reminiscences; by Harvey. 1877 923.1 222 

Weed, T. Autobiography. 1883 923.1469 

Memoir; by Barnes. 1884 923.1 470 

Wright, S. Life and times. 1848 923.1 213 

Politics and Ditlomacv. 

America; pol. situation. 1827 971-3 67 

American annual register. 1825-27. 2 v. 971. 3 52 
Anderson. Claims on the U. S. 1824. .971.3 31 

Calhoun. Speeches. 1843 329. i 68 

Works. 1852. 6 V 329. 1 69 

Clay, C. M. Writings. 1848 329.1 67 

Clay, H. Speeches; <•«/. by Mallory 329.1 87 

Cor. and speeches; eti. by (iolton. 6 v. .3291 102 

Clayton-^ulwer treaty. 1885 327.1 25 

Clinton, D. W. Address in supix>rt. . 329. i Pam. 40 

Speech, Jan. 31, 1809 329. i Pam. 33 

Speech, Jan. 4. 1820 32(). i Pam. 34 

Speeches, 1817-1823 .129.1 Pam. 35 



Godwin. Political essays 3a 

Jackson. Messages. 1837 3 

Legar£. Political speeches 82^ 

Lecgett. Political writings. 1840. 2 v. 32^ 
Lincoln and Doiglas. Pol. debates. ..32^ 
Reports of N. and N. W. boundary com- 
missioners. 1828 9: 

Sergeant. Select speeches. 1 832 . . f . . . 32 
Seward. (See under ''Slavery and the 

slavery- conflict.") 
Speeches in Congress (miscel.) 1S34-1851. 

6 V 329 

Same. 1845-1846. 2 v 32^ 

Sumner. (See under **Slaver\- and the 
slaver)' conflict.") 

Webster. Diplomatic papers, etc 3 

Works. 1851. 6v ^ 35 

And the constitution. Reference list; 

by Foster, v. i 

Webster and H ayne. Speeches. 1830. . 3a 

WiNTHRor, R. C. Addresses. 1852 3a 

WooDBiRV. Writings. 1852. 3v 32 

General Description and Tr.vvel 

Arkwedson. U. S. and Canada. 1834. . . 91 

Bacourt. Souvenirs d'un diplomate 9 

Barber. Our whole country. 1861. 2 v. 9 

BfiNWELi.. Travels in Am 91 

Bingley. Travels in N. Am. 1821 

Birkbeck. Notes, Va. to 111. 1817 91 

Bremer. Homes of the new world. 2 v. 91 

Bristed. Resources of U. S. 1818 g 

Buckingham. America. 1841. 3 v 91 

Chevalier. Society, etc., in the U. S. . . 91 

Coke. Subaltern s furlough. 1832 

Cooi'ER. Notions of the Am's. 1850. . . 
Cornwallis. Prince of Wales in Am. . 

Darby. N. Y. to Detroit. 1818 

View of U. S. 1828 

Davenport. Gazetteer, N. Am. 1832. 

De Roos. Travels. 1826 

Dickens. American notes. 1842 

Duncan. Travels. 1818-1819. 2v 

Excursion, U. S. and Canada. 1 822-1 823. 
Faux. Memorable days in Am. 1823 . . 9: 

Fearon. Sketches of Am. 1819 9: 

Ferguson. Am. by river and rail. 1856.9: 

Ferrall. Ramble. 1832 9 

Fidler. Observations. 1832 

Fisher. Gazetteer of U. S. 1853 917 

(jODLEV. Letters from Am. 1844. 2 v.. 
Grattan. Civilized America. 1859. 2 v. 91 
Gruni). The Americans. 1837. 2v... 
Hall. Travels. 1816-1817 



91 
91 
91 
9^ 
91 
91 
91 



♦ For young readers. 



UNITED STATES: FROM MONROE TO BUCHANAN. 



73 



i Smith. Gazetteer U. S. 



Letters fTom N. A. 



Id the witds. 1856. 



Rambles ii 
n N. Am. 



N. Am 



917-1 W-3 I 

r8j4, av. 9i7,aj | 

1851. 2». 917 3S I 

, . 71 40 i 
- <)'7 39 

-917-1 71 I 



.,-.917.1 44 

> U. S. av gi7.i ^t 

"S45- * V 917 31 

\. The western world. 1847- 917-1 77 
C. Life and liberty in Am. 

ss8- av 917 41 

1. Atlantic and traos-atlantic. ■ 917. 1 Si 

INKS. Travels. 1853 917 39 

r. Diary in Am. 1S39. 6 v... 917.1 56 
V. Retrospect of west. tTavel.917.1 54 

n America. 1837. a v 917. i aj 

. Run thro' the U. S. 1840. a v. 917,1 36 

Geog. description. 1818 917 1 

jg^ioU. S, 186J.. .917.1 98 

Sketch of the U. S. 1833 917. 1 49 

Trai-els in N. Am. 1836 917 29 

Tra^-els. 1817 91717 

IropressiODS of Am. 1835 917-1 sa 

White, red, black. 1853. 3v,. 917.1 84 
Matheson'. Visitto American 

hes. 1835. av 917.150 

IMAK, Duke b/. Travels. 1(126.917.1 34 
Hartford to Quebec. 1819. . 917 ao 

y. Pedestrian lour. i8ai 917 ai 

Three years in N. Am. 1831. 917. 1 41 

Visit to the U. S. 184a 917. i 117 

. Id N. and S. Am. 1853 917 37 

:e£Ki. Notes. 1858 917.180 

E. Domestic manners of Amer- 

- 1839- 9171 63 

Tour in N. Am. iSsi-'ja. a v. 917 17 

Six months in Am. 183a. a v. 917 34 

reminiscences.. . 917.1 40 



1851. 



..917.1 38 
^U. S. 1B50.-917.1 79 

Society in Am. i8ar 917. i 31 

America. 1846. 3v 917.1 67 

New En'gla.nd. 
Travels in N. E. and N. V, 

4 V 917.2 7 

Letters on the east, states. . . . 917.3 11 
nd, iodal life, ^9^ <*■"■ R'f- 

tte; by Foster, v. 3 1655 

ewEflfflwd by-^ones. 1883.834.1 151 



Rhode I si and. 
Dorr, T. W. Life and times; by King.gzs-i ai8 
Sketches of Newport. 184a 9i7-a 17 

Nkw Vork. 
Child, Afri. Letters from N. V. 2 v.. . 917.3 33 

Curtis. Lotus-eating. 1854 917. i 86 

Fowler. TourinN. V. 1830. 917-36 

French. Gazetteer of N. V. 1861. . .917.3 W-3 

Cordos. Gaietleer of N. Y. 1836 917.3 W-a 

IIamuonU and MANSt'lKLi). Country mar- 
gins. 1855 917.3 16 

HOTC-HKIN. Settlement of Western N. Y. 384 41 
HoucH, ed. Extinguishment of Indian 

titles, a V 973.3 4 

Hunt. Speech, N. Y., Dec. 19, 1859.329.1 Pam. 44 
LiEDER, a/. Phila. to Niagara. 1834. . . 917.3 4 

Pal'ldini:. V&A 917-331 

Si'AFFORD. Gazetteer of N. V. 1834 . . .917.3 VV-t 

Pennsylva.ma. 
BowEN. Pict. sketch-b'k of Penn. 1854.. 917. j 17 

GoREios. Gazetteer of Penn. 1832 917.3 W-4 

Lanman. Letters from Alleghany m'ls. . 917.3 18 
Views of Philadelphia. 1827 917.3 B-l 

Washisuton. 
Morrison's guide 10 Washington. 1853. .917.4 W-6 
Tour of cadets to Washington. 1S26 .... 917.4 48 

The .SouTii at Laroe. 

Featherstonhaucii. Thro' slave stales. 917.4 11 

Flint. Recollections, ten years. 1826. . , 917.4 Z3 

Olmstead. The cotton kingdom. 3 v. . 917.46 

Journey in seaboard slave sutes. 1856. 917.4 8 

Journey in ihe back country. i85o 917-4 9 

Journey through Texas, 1857 917-4 10 

Paulding. Letters from the South, a v. 917.4 4 
Southern states. 1856 317 18 

Virginia. 
St ROT HER (Porte Crayon). Va. illuslrated. 917.4 36 

Alabama. 
RoYALL. Letters from Ala. 1830 917.4 IS 

Florida. 

Sprague. The Florida war. 1848 974.3 a 

ViGNOLES. The Floridas. 1823 9'7-4 ao 

War in Florida. 1836 974. 3 4 

Brackenridge. Views of La. 1817 917.4 34 

Marcv. Exploration Red River. 1852. .917.4 33 



74 



UNITED STATES: FROM MONROE TO BUCHANAN. 



Texas. 

Crockett. Exploits in Texas. 1837. . .917.4 27 

FoOTE. Texas and Texans. 1841 974 42 

Green. Texian exp. ag'st Mier. 1845 . . 974 40 

Kendall. Texan Santa F^ exp. 2 v 917.4 28 

Smith. Texas Republic. 1876 974.3 Paxn. i 

Arkansas. 

Nuttal. Travels into Ark. 1819 917.4 25 

Schoolcraft. Scenes in Ozark M'ts. .. .917.4 26 

The Great West. 

CoLTON. Western tourist. 1845 917.5 W-2 

Cooke. Scenes in the army. 1857 917.5 70 

Curtis. Western portraiture. 1852 917.526 

Dragoon campaigns to Rocky M'ts. 1836. 917.5 71 
Farnham. In Western prairies. 1839. .917.5 47 

Garrard. Wah-to-yah. 1850 917.5 83 

Gerstaecker. Wild sports, far west. .*9I7.5 121 
Gregg. Commerce of the prairies. 2 v. 91 7. 5 79 

Hall. The West. 1848 317 14 

Hall. Letters from the West. 1828 917.5 19 

Irving. Crayon miscellany. 1854 *9i7.5 135 

Tour dans les prairies. 1845 917.5 138 

Long. Pittsburgh to Rocky M'ts. 2 v.. 917.5 40 

Montgomery. Eagle Pass. 1852 917.5 73 

Pike. Expeditions. 1805-1807 9175 9 

Steele's western guide-book. 1836 98.9 5 

Suthron. Prairiedom. 1845 917. 5 81 

The Lakes. 

COLTON. Tour of Amer. lakes. 2v 917.5 15 

McKenney. Tour to the lakes. 1827... 917.5 3 
Scenes of Lake Huron. 1836 917.5 167 

Ohio. 

Cist. Cincinnati. 1841 ^ . . 975 29 

Same. 1851 3^7 5 

Same. 1859 3176 

Taneyhill. The Leatherwood god. 1871 975 20 

Illinois. 

Atwater. Tour to Prairie Du Chien 917.5 5 

BiRKBECK. Letters from Illinois. 1818.. 917.5 2 
Illinois in 1837 917,5 27 

Wisconsin. 

Description of Wisconsin 917.5 28 

Wisconsin. 1858 917.5 29 

Iowa. 

Iowa. 1855 917.5 W-6 

The Upper Mississippi. 

Beltrami. In Europe and Am. 2v. . . 917.5 '4 

Bond. Minnesota. 1853 917-5 33 

Bradford. Notes on the N. W. 1846. .917.5 20 



Lapham. 
Ritchie. 



Parker. 



I 



Featherstonhaugh. Up the Minnay 

Sotor. 1847. 2v < 

KiNZiE. Wau-bun. 1830-1833 c 

Lanman. Summer in the wilderness 

Long. ' Source of the St. Peter's, etc. 2 v.c 
Oliphant. Minn, and far west. 1885...^ 
Schoolcraft. Sourcesof the Miss. 1820.^ 

Through the upper Miss. 1832 q 

Travels through the N. W. 1820 c 

Seymour. Sketches of Minn. 1850 c 

Kansas. 

DoY. Kansas narrative, i860 

GiHON. Geary and Kansas. 1857 

Gladstone. Englishman in Kansas c 

Hale. Kansas and Nebraska. 1854. . . 

Across the Continent. 

Bv^LF. and HZAV. Central route. 1854.. 
Fremont. Exploring exp. 1 842-1 844 

Same 

Same 

Gilpin. Central gold region, i860 

Greeley. N. Y. to S. Francisco. 1859.. 

Irving. Bonneville's adventures * 

Moellhausen. Miss, to the Pacific. 2 v. 

Parker. Tour beyond Rocky M'ts 9 

Surveys for Pacific R. R. 1853-54. ^3 v. 9 

Colorado. — Utah. — N. Mexico. — .^ri 

Bartlett. Explorations. 1854. 2v. ..( 

Cooke. Coaquest of N. M. and Cal 

Davis. El Gringo. 1857 ^ 

Domenech. In the great deserts. 2 v. . . 
E.MORY. U. S. and Mex. boundary ... .91 
Hughes. Doniphan's expedition. 1849.. < 

Ives. Colorado River. 1861 91 

Remy am/ Brenchley. Great Salt Lake. 

1861. 2 V 91 

Simpson. Great Basin of Utah. 1859. .91 

Reconnaissance. 1852 t 

Sitgrkaves. Zuni and Colorado Rivers. .< 
Stansbury. To Great Salt Lake. 2 v. .« 

California. 
Borthwick. Three years in Cal. 1857.. 9 
Brooks. Among goldfinders. 1849. 917.5 
Colton. Three years in Cal. i860. . . .9 
Dunbar. Romance of the age. 1867. . . 
Emory. Reconnoissance to San Diego.. .• 

Farnham. California. 1856 9 

Letts. California. 1853 9 

Ryan. California. 1850. 2 v 9 

Taylor, B. Eldorado. 1850. 2 v 

Taylor, W. California life. 1858 9 

Same. 1867 



♦ For youns^ readers. 



TED STATES: SLAVERY AND THE SLAVERY CONFLICT. 



76 



tcON AND Wash. Te». 

^ea.rs on Pacific. iSjS... 917.5 136 

tmbia River. 1833 gl7-5 113 

Voyage to N. W. coast... 917.5 117 

ria. 1B51 "9'7-5 "8 

rrattve. 1851 917.5 130 

in missions. 1146 9I7-S "S 

tiwest coast. 1857 917.5 laS 

[' AND THE SLAVERY CON- 
FLICT. 

(itoty. 1843-1358. 16 V 326. P-i 

•laveiy sanctioned? 1860.336 Pam. is 
ation Soc. Rep'l. 1833.. 3*6 Pam. 5 

1870-1871 315 Pam. I 

The iron furnace. 1863 974-4 23 

y years in chains 336 43 

:. The God of the Bible 

slavery 3a6 Pam. II 

IN. Life; byRedpalh. i860.. 933.1 317 
etters; r^. by Sanborn. 1885.923.1 3S6 

by Sanborn. 1878 933.1 340 

ences; by Brown. 1880 9*31 397 

The slave trade. 1840 336 13 

The slave power. 1863 336 36 

1851 572 10 

a slaver. I S64 . 326 42 

he sbve trade. 1853 336 iS 

IS .1864... 33638 

color. 1857. 336 35 

336 10 

1863 326 33 

s. 1884 336 56 

Hisi. of 3 T... 336 7 

Resulls of 1863. 326 37 

3!6 49 

326 Pam. 6 

F. freedom. 933.1 318 

he refugee. 1856 336 34 

Sociology for South. 1854. . 336 19 
Studies on slavery. 1852. . . 316 13 
Africa's rederaption. 1853.. 336 15 

ism. 336 Para. 3 

iAM. SignificaDce of the stnig- 

857 336 Pam. 13 

ve bill; hist., etc. 1S50 326 Pam. 7 

W. L. And bis times ; by 

1. i88r 933.1 336 

f" of abolitionism 336 Pam. lo 

o. 1879 933.1 384 

. R. Exiles of Florida, 9743 5 

r BvcU. 1883 933.1 446 



Goodwin. Natural hisL of secession. . . . 336 39 . 

Greeley. Hist, of Ihe struggle. 1S56. . 326 57 

Political text-book. 1S60 336 37 

Griffiths. 3ft freedom. . . . 336 31 

GuROWSKi. i860 336 39 

^SSfc** 1854 336 14 

Havgood. Our brother in black. 1S81. 33651 

Helper. The impending crisis, i860.. 326 38 

The negroes. 1858 573 1 1 

HiLDRETH. Despotism in Am. 1854. . . 336 so 

Hodgson. Cradle of the confederacy 974.4 50 

Hopkins. Slavery; a lec't. 1851... 90.5 Psm. i 

Jenkins. The Coolie. 1871 336 45 

} plantation 336 35 



Kemble. J w 

LAURF„^S. 'W 

l-OVEJOY. 

LuNT. Origin of the « 

Manning. Six months 

Massie. America. li 

May, S. J. Memoirs ; 

Recollections. i86q. 



slavery. .326 Pam. 4 
by Tanner... 98.1 7 

ar. 1866 971.3 30 

on a slaver 336 53 

'63 336 41 

by Mumford 932. i 73 

336 44 

Moore. Slavery in Mass 336 36 

Motley. Causes of Ihc cixnlwar.. .339.1 Pam. 14 
MOTT. J. rtnrf L. Life and tetters. 1884. .923.1 480 

Owen. Wrong of slavery. 1864 33647 

Parkek. Trial and defense. 1855 336 aa 

Paulding. Slavery in the U. S. 1836.. 33611 
Phillips, Wendell. Address on; by 

Beecher 933.1 Pam. 40 

Address on ; by Curtis. 1884 923.1 Pam. 41 

Eulogy; by Higginson. 1884 . . .923.1 Para. 39 

Life, etc.; by Austin. 1884 933.1 489 

Speeches, etc. 1864 326 40 

PiKB. First blows. 1879 971.3 54 

PiLLSBtiRV. Anti-slavery apostles. 1884. 326 55 

Pollard. Black diamonds. 1859 326 48 

Pro-slavery argument. 1853 336 16 

Revniilds, Barons of the south. 1862. 336 34 

SkaburV. Slavery justified. 1861 326 30 

Sf.ward. Addresson; by Adams. 1S73. .923.1 B-6 

923.1 348 

Works, s V 339.1 76 

Slaughter. Virginian hisL o( coloniza- 
tion. 1855 335 3 

Biography ; by Froth- 

H 923-1 347 

Spenger. Appeal for freedom. 1859. .326 Pam. i 
Spooner. of slavery. 326 17 

Still. U :'" 1872 32646 

Stowe. Key to Uncle Tom's cabin 326 50 

In favor of Slavery. . . . 326 23 

SOMNEH. Life; by Lester. 1874 923.1 349 

Memoirs and letters; by Pierce, v. t-3. .923.1 360 
Works. 13 V 329.1 116 



78 



UNITED STATES: THE CIVIL WAR. 



Navy (The) in the civil war. 3 v. 

1. Soley. Blockade and cruisers 971*4 I79 

2. Ammen. Atlantic Coast 97i>4 180 

3. Mahan. Gulf and inland 97i«4 181 

Nichols. Story of the great march *97i.4 79 

Patterson. Shenandoah. 1861 971.4 207 

Quint. Potomac and Rapidan. 1864. . . 971.4 61 

Reed. Vicksburg campaign 97i'4 176 

SCHALK. Campaigns of 1862-1863 355.1 7 

Rhode Island Soldiers' and Sailors' Hist. 

Soc. Pers. narrat's. First series. .971.4 Pam. 2 

X. — Rhodes. First campaif^ of 2d R. I. Inf. 
2. — Monroe. R. I. Artillery at first Bull Run. 
3. — Bliss. Service in ist R. I. cavalry. 
4. — Butts. Loss of the Monitor. 
5. — Pettis. Kit Carson's fight. 
6. — Tobie. To Richmond as a prisoner. 
7. — Parkhurst. Cavalry service in La. 
8. — Hutchinson. The bay fight. 
9.— Metcalf. The 3d Reg't R. L Volunteers, 
zo. — Case. Battle of the mine. 

Same. Second series 971-4 Pam. 3 

z. — Browne. First cruise of the Montauk. 

2. — Barney. First three months in the army. 

3.— Chase. Battery F., 1st R. I. Light Artillery. 

4. — Avery. The Bumside expedition. 

5. — Traver. Roanoke Island, etc. 

6. — Bumside. The Bumside expedition. 

7.— Addeman. Two years with colored troops. 

8. — Peck. Before Petersburg. 

9. — Rogers. Chancellorsville. 
10. — Denison. Cedar Mountain. 
• zz.— Monroe. Reminiscences. 1861-1865. 
12.— Butts. Along the blockade. 
13. — Spicer. High school boys of the zoth R. I. V. 
Z4.— Tobie. Cavalry in the army of the Potomac. 
Z5.— Bliss. Prison life of Lt. Fales. 
16.— Williams. Siege of Charleston. 
17.— Woodbury. Gen. Burnside. 
z 8.— Parkhurst. With the nth R. I. Volunteers. 
19.— Bucklyn. Cedar Creek, 
ao.— Gardiner. Cavalry in Pope's campaign. 

Same. Third series 971-4 Pam. 4 

z.— Hutchinson. The Texan blockade. 

2. — Simpson. Four months a prisoner. 

3. — Avery, (junboat service, James River. 

4.— Cory. Fredericksburg. 

5. — Peck. Camp and hospital. 

6.— Bliss. With Sheridan, etc. 

7. — Chase. Bat. F., ist R. I. Lt. Art. in N. C. 

8. — Butts. Gunboat on the Nansemond. 

9.— Denison. Battle of Groveton. 
10. — Roe. Monocacy. 
II.— Lapham. laih Reg't R. I. V. 

Stevenson. Battle of Stone's river 971-4 191 

SwiNTON. Campaigns, army of the Poto- 
mac. 1871 971-4 57 

Twelve decisive battles. 1871 971.4 37 

Taylor. Mission Ridge, etc 97^-4 80 

Tremain. Closing days about Richmond. 906 i 




United States Congress. Joint com. on 
conduct of war. Rep't. 1863. 3 ▼. 9714 

Same. 1863-1864. 6 v 328.1 ] 

Same. 1865. 3v 97Mi 

Same. Supplemental. z866 9714 

Van Horne. Army of the Cumberland. 

1875. 3v 97M 

Confederate Side, 

Abrams. Siege of Vicksburg. 1863.974.4 I^ 
Allan. Jackson in the Shenandoah .... 

Battle-fields of the South. 1864 97^ 

Duke. Morgan's cavalry. 1867 974 

Early. Jackson against Pope 97^ 

Falling flag, The. 1874 97^ 

HoTCHKiss and Allan. Chancellorsville. 97^ 

Jones. Siege of Savannah. 1874 974 

Same 974 

Spencer. Last days of war in N. C. 1866. 974 



Regimental Histories, Etc. 

Union Side. 

BouDRYE. History 5th N. V. cavalry. . .9714 
Bo wen. History 37th reg't Mass. Vols. .9714 
Clark. Hist. 11 6th reg't N.V. Vols. 1868. 

Conyngham. Irish brigade 97 

CuDWORTH. History ist Mass. Vols. . . .971 

Davis. Hist. 104th Penn. Vols 97: 

Flejharty. Our reg't ; io2d 111 971 

Gould. Hist. ist-ioth-29th Me. reg't... 
Hannakord. Story of a reg't : zothOhia97: 

Hanson. Hist, of 6th Mass. Vols 971 

Johns. Life with 49th Mass. Vols 971 

JUDD. Story of 33d N. Y. S. Vols 971, 

Kelley. What I saw and suffered. 1866. 
Kreutzer. Notes with 98th N. V. Vols. 971, 

Locke. Story of the nth Penn 

Mills. Chronicles 21st reg't N. V. Vols.. 90.6! 
New York. Presentation of colors to the 

Leg. 1863 fsffi 

Presentation of flags to gov'r. 1865. .971.4 \ 
Powers. Story of 38th Mass. Vols 9714S 

Hist. 33d Iowa Vols 971JJ 

Hist. looth reg't N. Y. Vols. . 94 

Hist. Penn. Reserve Corps. . . . 97IU 

Vermont brigade 97M' 

Hawkins' Zouaves 97IJ 



Sperry. 

Stowits. 

Sypher. 

Walker. 

Whitney. 



Winthrop. The N. Y. 7th reg't I] 

Wood. The 7th reg't N. Y 9714 

Woodward. Our campaigns 97t«4 

Confederate Side. 

Goldsborough. Maryland line. 1869.. 
Harrison. Pickett's men. 1879 



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toway ST^^ys* 1878 ^ . . . 974.4 49 

Atham artillery. 1867 974-4 41 

tth the Washington Artillery. . 974.4 68 

Hist. 1st Ky. Brig. 1868.. 974.4 18 

I only dare. (Parker Art.). . . . 974.4 69 

Prrsonal War Narratives. 

Union Side. 

the war ; by participants *97i.4 151 

Private chapter of the war 971.4 I53 

Loyalty on the frontier. 1863.. 98.1 4 
The rebellion on the border. . 975.4 6 
The knightly soldier ; by Tnim- 
*923.i 278 

.4 159 

159^ 

•4 177 

.4 107 

.4 113 
.4 141 

1.4 76 
.4 174 

.4 147 
.4 149 

1.4 74 
.4 115 

.4 188 
.4 114 
.4 140 
.4 116 
.4 119 

.4 173 
.4 121 

.4 118 

.4 208 

.4 128 

.4 120 



Boys of *6i *97 

*97i. 

nd nights on the battle field. . .^97 

ing the flag *97 

ears of fighting *97 

Diary of an army surgeon 97 

. Three y *rs in the federal cavalry. *9 

. War diary. 1863-1865 97 

Ki. Diary. 1862-1863 97 

f. Stories of the war by soldiers. *97 
OS. Army life in a black reg't . *9 

Boys in blue 97 

. Recollections of a drummer 

*97 

Camp-fire, etc *97 

If AX. Medical recollections 97 

Sketches of the war. ^97 

Bivouac and battle field 97 

XR. Capturing a locomotive. . . *97 

\ Soldiers* letters 97 

I and pigeon-hole generals 97 

Incidents of the war 97 

!>90N. Secret service *97 

The bugle-blast 97 

d stripes in rebeldom. 

Pictures, camp and field 9 

w. Campaigns of a non-com- 

Jit .97 

£SEY. War memoranda 97 

cs. Bullet and shell 97 



1862 820.1 29 

1.4 77 

.4 117 
.4 198 
.4 184 
OP. Washington as a camp 13001 

Confederate Side, 

I Secret service in Europe 974.4 63 

ON. A rebel's recollections. 1875.974.4 36 

F€nir years in the saddle 974.4 26 

eCs, The. 1867 974.4 13 

Kdwrnace atnd retreat. 1880 974.4 51 



Hunt. The Shenandoah 971-4 146 

Jones. Rebel war clerk's diary. 2 v. . . . 974.4 28 
McCarthy. Soldier life, army of N. Va. 974.4 60 

Richmond during the war. 1867 974-4 30 

Semmes. Service afloat 974-4 65 

Smith. Confederate war papers 974-4 70 

Stevenson. Thirteen months in rebel 

army. 1862 974-4 45 

Taylor. Destruction, reconstruction 974.4 48 

Prison Narratives. 
Union Side, 



Abbott. 
Browne. 
Cavada. 
Drake. 



Prison life *97i.4 126 

Four years in secessia *97l-4 127 

Libby life *97i-4 125 

Fast and loose in Dixie *97i-4 154 

DuGANNE. Camps and prisons 971-4 129 

Ely. Journal in Richmond 971-4 124 

Fisher. Yankee conscript 971-4 I35 

Geer. Beyond the lines *97i-4 134 

Glazier. Capture, prison, escape *97i-4 132 

Same *97i-4 133 

Hamlin. Martyria, Andersonville 971.4 130 

Kellogg. Life and death in prisons. . -971.4 123 

McElroy. Andersonville, 1879 971-4 32 

Narratives of prisoners 971-4 122 

Sabre. Nineteen months a prisoner. . . .971.4 152 
Spencer. Andersonville ; trial of Wirz. 971.4 131 

Walls that talk : Libby prison 971-4 197 

Wirz. Trial of. 1865 346 10 

Confederate Side. 

Barbiere. Scraps from prison table 974-4 34 

Keiley. In vinculis. 1866 974-4 35 

Mahoney. Prisoner of state * . . .971.4 137 

Marshall. The Am. Bastile. 1870 346 8 

Hospital. — Ambulance. — Army Relief. 

Brockett<i«//Vaugiian. Woman's work 

in the war 971-4 I39 

Gumming. Hospital life. 1866 974.4 33 

Goodrich. The tribute book 971-4 B-i 

Hanaford. Field, hospital, etc. 1866. . 971.4 75 
Hosmer. Rep't of delegates. Gen. Aid 

Soc. 1862 90.6 Pam. 2 

Magill. Women of the war. 1871 974-4 32 

Medical and surgical hist. 3 v 6io B-l 

MooRE. Women of the war 971-4 138 

United States Christian Com. Annual 

rep'ts. 1862-1864. 3 V 361 26 

Annals ; by Moss. 361 8 

Work on the field 361 19 



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U. S. Sanitary Com. Bulletin. 3 V 361 4 

Documents of. 2 v 361 2 

In the Miss, valley ; by Newberry 361 7 

Its works, etc 361 i 

Objects and methods 361 Pam. 3 

Foreign Views and Visitors. 
Union Side. 

Bright. Speeches on Am. question 971.4 73 

BiCEY. Six months in federal states 917. i 94 

Gasparin. Am. before Europe. 1862. . 971.4 55 

Uprising of a great people. 1861 971*4 54 

GODDARD. Letters on the rebellion 971.4 48 

Kohl. Travels. 1861 917 43 

Laboulaye. The g^ilt of the war. .971.4 Pam. 7 

Langel. The U. S. during the war 97 t. 4 72 

Peto. Resources of Am. 1865 91 7.1 89 

Short American tramp in 1864 917 46 

Trollope. North America. 1862 917 44 

Same 917 45 

Confederate Side. 

EsTVAN. War pictures. 1863 974- 4 21 

Same 974-4 22 

. Freemantle. Three months in southern 

states. 1863 974.4 24 

Same 974-4 25 

Rosfs. Visit to cities and camps. 1865. . 974.4 59 

Foreign Relations. 

"Alexandra"; trial of case of the. 2 v.. 346 12 
Bernard. Neutrality of Great Britain. .971.4 B-9 
Boynton. Eng. and F. neutrality. 1864. 327.1 7 
Kingsley. French intervention .... 329. 1 Pam. 13 
Trial of crew of Savannah. 1862 346 11 

Political Discussion. 

Union Side. 

Bledsoe. Is Davis a traitor? 1866. . . . 342.1 28 

Bout well. Speeches and papers 329.1 84 

Brownlow. Sketches of secession. '1862. 974.4 7 
Chittenden. Debates of conv. at Wash. 

Feb., 1861 971.4 2 

Clay, C. M. Speech, Albany. 1863.. 329.1 Pam. 12 
Congdon. Tribune essays. 1857-1863. .329.1 101 

Conway. The rejected stone 97 14 196 

Curtis. Executive power. 1862 329.1 Pam. 5 

Davis. Speech at Phil. 1863 329.1 Pam. 7 

Dickinson. Duty of loyal men 971.4 Pam. 13 

The union. 1861 329. i Pam. 18 

Dix. Speeches. 1864. 2 v 329. i 99 

Everett. Oration, July 4, 1861 . . .329.1 Pam. 16 
Future of the country 971-4 I*am. 5 



Holt. -Address to Ky. 1861 329.1 

Jay. Address, July 4, 1861 971-4 

The great conspiracy. 1861 329. ; 

KiRKLAND. Destiny of our country. 339. 1 
Loyal Publication Soc. Pamphlets. 1864- 

1865. Nos. 45-78 ; 9 

New York and Richmond V. M. C. A. 

War cor. 1861 971.^ 

Raymond. Letters to Yaucey 971-4 

Record of Democratic party. i86o-'65 . 329. i 
Seward. (See under *' Slavery and the 

slavery conflict.*') 
Seymour. Speeches. 1861-1862. .971.4 
Smith, G. No treason in civil war. .329.1 
Speed. Opinion on power of military to 

try assassins of Lincoln 346 

Sumner. (See under "Slavery and the 

slavery conflict.") 
SwiNTON. War for the Union. 1 864. . 329. 1 

Tuckerman. The rebellion. 1861 •: 

Tyson. A ray of light. 1862 c 

Wakeman. Speech. 1864 329. i 

Confederate Side. 

Dean. Crimes of the war 9; 

Farrar. The war; its causes, etc. 1864. . ^ 
Lothian. Confederate secession. 1864. . 

Peyto.n. The American crisis. 2 v 

Stei'HENS. Const, view of the war. 2 v . . ^ 
Sup. to same. 1872 ^ 

The Freedmen. 

Brown. The negro in the rebellion 9; 

Freedmen; Gen. Sup. Tenn. and Ark. 

Report. 1864 9; 

McKaye. The emancipated slave. .329.1 ! 

Miscellaneous. 

Barnes. Draft riots in N. Y. 1863 3 

Ft. Pillow massacre; Cong, investigation. .9; 
LiEBER. Gov't of armies in the field. 355.1 
Lord. The dead of the war. 1862.. 90.6 

Nichols. Payment of bounties 971.4 

Pitman, ed. Treason trials at Indianapolis. 
Rains. Hist, confed. powder works. 974,4 
Trip of the Oceanus to Sumter. 1865. . .9* 
United States. Adj. -Gen. General orders 

affecting vol. force. 1861 3 

Congress. Com. on commerce. Report 

on trade with rebel states. 1865 9', 

Report on government contracts. 1861. 

2 V 

Select com. of five. Reports. 1861...^ 
Select com. Report on disturbed condi- 
tion of country. 1861 329.1 



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OL.LS — Registers — Records. 

t States. Navy. Register. .359.1 Pam. i 
tcs. Army. Vol. force. Official 

T. 1861-1865. 8v 3551 51 

:rs on the roll. 1883. 5v 355159 

honor. Names of soldiers who 
1861-1865. 29 V 355.1 22 

StaU Records. 

5. Adj. -Gen. Rep't. 1862-66.. 355.1 12 
lolonels and regts; by Stuart. . . 975-4 4 
USETTS. Inthercb.; Headley.. 972.43 

war; by Schouler. 2 v 972-4 i 

:SEY. And the rebellion; by Fos- 

1868 973.4 I 

►RK. Record of officers and pri- 

s. 1861-1865. 8v 355.1 B-i 

In the war; by Reid. 2v 975-4 1 

.VANIA. History of Vols. 1861- 

5- 5 ▼ 973.4B-1 

Island. The dead of the war.. 3 55. i Pam. i 

; rebellion; by Stone 972.4 4 

In the war; by Whitman fl«</ True. 972.4 5 
SIN. In the war; by Love 975-4 3 



ECONSTRUCTION AND SINCE. 

storical record. 1872-1874. 3v... 971 P-2 

;. Hist. 39th congress 971.5 i 

IP. Trial of impeachment. (Cong. 

OTd. V. 19.) 328.1 D-B-I34 

L Sketch ; by Balistier. 1 884 .... 923. i 490 

Bty years of congress, v. i 971-4 192 

X 971.4 194 

LAND. Life; by Dorsheimer. 1884. 91. i 7 

; by King. 1884 91-I 4 

;byTripIett 9^1 6 

;byWelch. 1884 9^.1 5 

ILD. Address; by Buckham. . 923, i Pam. 31 

fy; by Blaine. 1882 923.1 430 

jy; by Hoar. 1881 923-I Pam. 32 

; by AJger. 1881 *923- 1 419 

; by Bnndy. 18S0. *923.i 402 

by Conwell. 1881 923-1 420 

hf RidpsLth, iSSi 923.1 423 

abfn to White House; by Thayer. 923.1 417 

^in London at death of 923.1 427 

B hist.; by redder. 1882 923.1 428 

{Seepage 77-) . , 

Life; by liov^ar^- 1876. .. ..923.1 269 

Hist, of Cr^r.^ ^""^ ^^ ^^^ ^ 

97t-4 ^-i 



iSc 



Hendricks. Life; by Hensel. 1884... 91.1 7 
Johnson, A. Trial of impeachment. (Cong. 

Globe. 40th cong., 2d sess. sup. vol. 

marked 82.) 328.1 D-B-133 

(See biography, page 76.) 
Marble. The electoral commission.. 971. 5 Pam. i 

Southern States. 

Andrews. The South since the war 974.5 i 

Brown. My southern home. 1880 917.4 34 

Fortune. Black and white. 1884 974- 5 18 

Hardy. Down South. 1883 917-4 5© 

Hull. Sectional reorganization 971.5 Pam. 2 

Jones. Addresses, confed. survivors ass'n. 

1879-1885 974.4 Pam. 2 

Kennaway. On Sherman's track. 1867. 917.4 31 

King. The Southern States. 1875 917.4 B-i 

Latham. Black and white. 1867 917.1 95 

Leigh. Ten years on a Ga. plantation . . 917.4 44 

Leland. Voice from S. C. 1879 974.5 2 

NoRDHOFF. The cotton States.. 1875.. 917.4 30 
Pollard. Lost cause regained. 1868 . . 974.4 44 
Royall. Reply to " A fool's errand." . . 974.5 3 

ScHURZ. The new South. 1885 974-5 Pam. I 

Sumner. Reorganiz'n of rebel States. 329.1 Pam. 21 
Somers. South. States since war. 1871.. 917.4 35 
TouRGEE. Appeal to Coesar. 1884 974-5 19 

Same 974-5 20 

The invisible empire. 1881 54iio 

United States. Congress. Joint com. on 

reconstruction. Report. 1866 974-5 17 

Joint com. Rep't on Ku-Klux conspir- 
acy. 1872. 13V 974-5 4 

Select com. Rep't on N. O. riots 345-1 21 

Political Discussion. 

Blair, M. Speeches. 1865 329.1 Pam. 30 

Clarke. Oration, Best., July 5, '75.. 329.1 Pam. 42 

Cornell. Public papers. 1880 329. i 137 

Faneuil Hall Meeting. 1865 329.1 Pam. 22 

Address. 1865 329.1 Pam. 23 

Garfield. Works. 1882. 2v 329.1138 

Independent Rep. literature. Campaign 

of 1884 91- 1 9 

Julian. Speeches. 1872 329.182 

Kelley. Speech. 1865 329.1 Pam. 25 

Kirkland. Letter to P. Cooper.. ..329.1 Pam. 27 
Record of politics and politicians. 1865- 

1882; index to '• Nation." 805 14 

Skinner. Issues of politics. 1873 329.1 86 

Tammany celebration, July 4, 1S65. .329.1 Pam. 29 

Ward. Speeches. 1877 329.1 85 

Ware. Oration, Bost., July 4, '73. ..329.1 Pam. ^l 



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Alabama Claims. 

Beaman. Alabama claims. 1871 341 18 

Davis. Mr. Sumner; the Alabama claims. 

1878 341 Tarn. I 

CUSHLSG. Treaty of Washington. 1873.. 341 15 
Geneva tribunal of arbitration: Case of 

the U. S 341 12 

Counter case of Great Britain 341 13 

Argument at Cicneva 341 14 

United Sutes. H. of R. 42d cong.. 3d 

sess. ex. docs.: Papers relating to 1 

treaty of Washington and Geneva ar- ' 

bitration. 6 v 328. i D-ij . 



GENERAL HISTORY. 

[Covering several or all periods.] 

Am. Antiquarian Soc. Archzeologia Ameri- 
cana. 7 v 972 B-3 

Am. quarterly register. 1848-51. 6 v.. 905 8 
Armstrong's primer of U. S. hist. i88i.*97i 11 1 
Bancroft. Hist. U. S. to 1782. 10 v.. 971 20 ' 
Same, revised and ext. to 1788. 6 v. . . 971 30 

Barnes' centenary history. 1876 *97i 81 

Barnes' one term history *97i 88 

Bonner. Child's hist. U. S. 1874. 3 v. *97i 99 
BONNKY. Hist, gleanings. 1875. 2 v.. 971 40 
Bradford. Hist, federal gov't. 1840.. 971.3 i ' 
Bryant and Gay. Popular hist. U. S. ' 

1876. 4 V 971 B-3 

Buttkr WORTH. Young folks' hist ♦971 no 

Coffin. Building the nation. 1883 ♦971 113 ! 

Same ♦971 ii3>^ 

DeVere. Romance of Am. hist. 1872.. 971 55 

Donaldson. Hist, of public domain 33328 

Doyle. Hist. U. S. 1876. 97148 1 

Eliot. Hist. U. S. to 1872 *97i 105 ' 

Essex institute. Bulletin. i87o-'8i. 13 v. 971 P-4 1 
F., W. A. Short reading list, U. S. hist. 16 Pam. 11 
Gannett. Boundaries of the U. S., etc. 971 50 ; 

Oilman. Hist. Am. people. 1883 *97i 132 

Goodrich. Hist. U. S. 1823 97i 85 i 

Gordon. Hist. U. S. 1801. 3v 971 5 

Hale. Hist. U. S. to 1815 971 80 

HiATT. Political manual. 1865 ' 971 84 

HiGGiNSON. Young folks* hist, of IJ..S. . ^971 51 

Same. 1875 *97r 52 

Same. 1883 ♦971 52^ 

Same. 1883 *97i 53 ; 

Same. 1883 *97i 54 

Hildreth. Hist. U. S. to 1821. 6v. .. 971 14 
HiNTON. Hist, and topog. U.S. 2 v. . 971 B-i I 
Historical magazine. i857-*75. 23 V 971 I*-i I 

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HowiTT. Popular hist. U.S. 2 v 

Yignettes of Am. hist 

Johnsto.n. Hist. Am. politics. 1879... 

Same, rev. and enl. 18S4 ♦g 

Leeds. Smaller hist. U. S. 18S2 

Lester. Our first 100 years. 1876 

Lincoln. Presidents of the U . S. 1836 . . c 
LossiNr.. Centennial hist. U. S 

Cyclop, of U. S. hist. iSSi. 2 v : 

School hist. U. S. 1874 

McGee. Irish settlers in N. Am. 1852. 
Mackenzie. The U. S. of Am.; a hist. 
McM ASTER. Hist, people U. S. v. 1-2. 

Same 

Same 

Magazine of Am. history. 1877-1884. 12 v. 
Monroe. Storj' of our country. 1876.. 
MiRRAY. The U. S. of Am. 1844. 3 v. 

National hand-book. 1868 

Patton. Concise hist. Am. people. 2 v. 
Richardson. Hist, of our country to 1876 
Ridpath. Popular hist. U. S. 1876... 
Rochelle. Etats unis d'Amerique. 1853. 
Scudder. Hist. U. S. for schools. 1884- ' 
Stan WOOD. Hist, presidential elections. 
Ti'CKER. Hist, of Monroe doctrine 

Hist. U. S. to 1841. 4v 

United States. President. Speeches and 
messages. 1 789-1 825. , 31 

Same. 1789-1843 31 

Weuber. Eariy settlers. 1867 

WiLLARD. Compendio de la hist. 1865. 

Hist, of the United States. 1829 

YoNGE. Aunt Charlotte's stories 

Military and Naval. 
Brackett. Hist. U. S. cavalry to 1S63. 

Clark, T. Sketches of naval hist 

Cooper. Hist. U. S. navy. 1839. 2 v. 

Same, cont'd to 1853 .' 

LossiNG. Story of the U. S. navy. 1S81. 
Peterson. Hist. Am. navy 

The Flag. 
Hamilton. Hist, national flag. 1S52.. 
Preble. Hist, of the flag. 18S0 



CONSTITUTION. —GOVERXME: 

POLITICS. 

The Federal Constitution. 
Adams. Defense of const. 1794. 3 v.. 

Andrews. Manual of const. 1874 

BancroI'T. Hist, of formation of const. 
1882. 2 V 

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il text-book. 1854 342.1 15 

ist. of const. 1854. 2 y 342.1 i 

LSt. jurisprudence. 1833.. ... 342.1 12 

r>ebates on adoption of the 
ind journal of federal conv. 4 v. 342. i 4 

nt to same 342. i 8 

Vlanual of const. 1867 342.1 18 

The; by Hamilton, ^/ a/. 1826. 342.1 9 

1 by Dawson. 1870 342. i 10 

Trial of const. 1862 342. i 24 

Tfff. Const, and pol. hist, of 

1881. V. 1-3 342. 1 47 

ng und demokratie der V. S. . . 342.1 53 
Qgsgeschichte der V. S. B'd 1-2. 342 54 
Analysis of const 342. i 16 

The constitutional conv 342.1 29 

Writings on const 304 22 

-• Life; byMagruder. 1885.. 923.1 502 

ig of statue. 1884 923.1 B-29 

i on constitution 342. i 1 1 

. Federal and State const's, etc. 

2 V 342. 1 B-2 

'. Lec't on const, of the U. S.. 230 178 

View of const. 1829 342.1 17 

Const, hist. U. S. 1882 342.1 63 

i^ommentaries on const. 3 v. . . 342.1 38 
The future. 1864 342. i 23 

War powers under const 342. 121 

( Marti-v. Secret proceeding's 
abates of conv. at Philadelphia. . 342.1 3 
342.1 3>^ 

iTiCAL Study and Discussion. 

orman constables in Am. 1882. 342.1 68 
3ermanic origin N. E. towns. . . 304 29 

Saxon tithing men in Am 304 31 

Science of gov't 1871 *324 31 

The U. S. as they are 324 10 

•'. Am. republic. 1866 324 21 

Town and county gov't in 

lonies. 1884 342. i 74 

. A. Douglas on const, and 

[uestions. 1866 342. i 41 

Am. state. 1876 324 35 

Popular sovereignty 342.1 Pam. 3 

Future civil policy of Am 320 18 

dicury. Reference list; by 

v. 3 16 55 

Fortune of the republic 324 60 

Unerica. 1S27 3249 

political i^c^^- 1885 32477 

n. citizen's manual. 2 v. . . 342.1 65 
rences to pol. and economic 

300 Pam. I 



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Freeman. Intro, to Am. institutional hist. 304 28 
GiAUQUE. Election and naturalization laws. 324 63 

Goodrich. Science of gov't 324 32 

GUROWSKI. Am. and Europe. 1857... 32418 

Hopkins. Am. citizen. 1857 324 19 

Ingersoll. Fears for democracy. 1875. 324 34 

Internal condition of U. S. 1826 324 7 

Jennings. Eighty years of rep. gov't 32428 

Larned. The caucus system. 1 88 r.. 324 Pam. 9 

Defective representation 3J4 Pam. 2 

Personal representation. 1867 324 Pam. I 

Local self-government. Reference list ; by 

Foster, v. 2 1655 

McMillan. Elective franchise in U. S. . 324 74 
McPherson. Hand-book of politics. 

(v. y.) 1872-84. 5 V 350.1 26 

Martin. Behind the scenes. 1873 324 33 

NoRDHOFF. Politics for young Am *320 28 

Same. 1880 *320 28 >i 

Ouver. Rights of a citizen. 1832 342.1 20 

Parsons. Rights of a citizen. 1874 ••.342.1 22 
Phillips. The Am. republic. 1864 324 56 

The scholar in a republic. 1881 324 Pam. 16 

Porter. Local gov't. 1879 342 Pam. i 

Raumer. America and Am. people. 1846. 324 12 
Scott. Development of const, liberty in 

colonies. 1882 342.1 64 

Shea. Nature and form of Am. gov't . . . 324 73 
Sterne. Defective and corrupt legisla- 
tion. 1885 324 Pam. 14 

Hindrances to prosperity. 1879 324 Pam. 8 

Suffrage in cities. 1878 324 Pam. 7 

Sumner. Equal rights of all. 1866.329. i Pam. 32 

Prophetic voices concerning America.. . . 829.1 i 
Thompson. The U. S. as a nation. 1877. 324 25 
Tocc^UEViLLE, De. Am. institutions 324 5 

Democracy in America 324 4 

Townsend, C. Analysis of gov't. 1875.. 342.1 14 
TowNSEND, G. A. New world compared 

with old. 1870 324 23 

Voice to America. 1855 324 16 

Warner. Liberties of Am. 1853 324 13 

Wei>gwood. Gov't and laws of U. S 342.1 13 

Wilson. Congressional gov't. 1885 342.1 75 

Political Parties. 

Bout WELL. Why I am a Republican 363 17 

Cooper, ei a/. Am. politics. 1884 363 12 

GiLLETT. Democracy in U. S. 1868 3638 

Hist, of American party. 1855 363 7 

Holmes. Parties and principles. 1859.. 3^3 9 
Houghton. Conspectus of hist, of pol. 

parties. 1880 363 R-l 

Hist. Am. politics. 1884 363 1$ 



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Independents. Reports of national ex. 

com. 1884 363 Pam. 6 

NORCROSS. Hist, of Democracy. 1883.. 36313 

Patton. Democratic party. 1884 363 16 

Republican national conv. 1868 363 Pam. 3 

Same. 1872 363 10 

Van Bu REN. Pol. parties in U. S. 1867. 3635 
ViCKERS. The fall of **Bossism." 1883. 363 14 

* Annals of Congress. 

Congress. Abridgment of debates. 1789- 

1850; by Benton. 16 v 328.1 D-B-117 

Acts passed 2d sess. 1790 328.1 D-B-7 

Congressional Globe. 1834-1873. 

108 V 328. 1 D-B-133 

Congressional Record. 1874-1884. 

63 V 328.1 D-B-134 

Contested elections. 1 789-1 834 328.1 3 

Same. 1834-1865 328. i 4 

Debates and proceedings, ist to i8th 

Cong's; comp. by Gales. 42 v. . 328.1 l)-B-46 

Directory, (v. y.) 1867-1884. 10 v 1:350.13 

History. 1789-1793 328.1 i 

History of publishing of proceedings; by 

Kerr 655 8 

Index to cong. doc's. 1823-1863. (In 

cat. of Bost. P. L.). 2v 18 B-i 

Register of debates, etc. i8th to 25th 

cong. 29 V 328.1 r)-B-88 

Reports on publication, etc., of public 

doc's; by Ames, et al. 1882 328.1 Pam. 2 

Court of claims. Reports. 1859-1862. 

II V 328. 1 D-io 

Covode investigation, i860 328.1 6 

Cox. Apportionment, loth census. . . .324 Pam. 3 
House of Rep's. Ex. Doc's. (See list 

at desk.) 305 v 328.1 1)-I3 

Mis. Doc's. (See list at desk.). 39V..32S.1 1)-I4 

Journal. 1789 328.1 D-B-i 

Journal. 1826-1876. (See list at desk.) 

39 V 328. 1 D-7 

Rep's of corn's. 1 845-1873. (Sec list 

atdesk.) 68 v 328.1 D-8 

Organization from 1st to 46th cong 328.1 9 

PoORE, ed. Pol. register and cong. direct- 
ory. 1776-1878 t350i I^i 

Presidential counts. Official record to 1877. 328.1 7 
Senate. Journal. 1820-1873. (See list 

at desk.) 34 v 328. i D-s 

Journal of ex. proceedings, ist to 19th 

cong. 3 V 328. 1 D-6 

Journal. 2d sess. 3d cong. 1794. .328.1 D-B-135 
Journal. 2d and 3d session. 1790. 

2 y 328. 1 D-B-2 

;For 



Senate. Journal, ad cong. i79i-*92. 

2 V 328.1 

Journal, ist sess. 3d cong. 1793. 328.. I 
Rep'ts of com's. i859-*73. (See list 

atdesk.) 45 v 32I 

Ex. doc's. (See list at desk.) 82 v.. 328. 
Mis. doc's. (See list at desk.) 15 v. .238. 
Sketches of debate. i789-'9i; by Mac- 
lay 3 

Standing rules, orders, etc. 1885 \ 

Stateman's Manual Sup. 1849 

Wheeler. Hist, of congress. 1848. 2 v. 

U. S. Administrative Reports. 

American state papers. Commerce and 

nav. 1789-1823. 2v 328.1 

Finance. 1789-1828. 5 v 328. i 

For. relations. 1789-1859. 6 v.. 328.1*; 
Public lands. 1789-1837. 8 v... 328.1: 
Military affairs. 1789-1838. 7V..328.I \ 
Naval affairs. 1789-1836. 4 v. .328.1 ; 
Indian affairs. 1789-1827. 2 v.. 328.1: 
P. O. Dep't. 1789-1833. I v... 328.1 : 

Claims. 1789-1823. iv 328.1: 

Miscellaneous. 1 789-1823. 2 v.. 328.1 : 

Baker. Hist, of secret service. 1867. . . 

Bi'RNHA.M. The U. S. secret service 

McWatters. Knots untied. 1871 

Treasury Dep't. Rep'ts. 1 790-1 849. 7 v. 
Decisions of first comptroller. 1883 . . . 
(See also dep't rept's in the ex. doc's of 
Senate and'H. of R.; list at desk.) 

U. S. Civil-service. 

CoMSTOCK. Civil-service in U.S. 1884. \ 

Consular regulations. 1868 1 

Disturnell, ed, U. S. register, (v. y.). 

1866-1877. 7 V 

: Elmes. Exec, dep'ts of U.S. 1879....^ 

\ Soule, cd. U. S. blue-book. 1881 :• 

Blue-book. 1876-1877 \ 

Register of officers and agents, (v. y.) 

1821-1833. 5 v 

Same. 1873-1883. 10 v 35 



Civil'Scri'ice Reform. 

Beginning of spoils system 35i.i 

Bri.nklev. Woman in civil-service re- 
form. 1882 3511 

I Brown. Civil-service ref. in N. Y. cus- 

! torn house. 1SS2 35i.i 

Civil-service of U. S. 1867 35i.i 

Civil-service record. 1 882-1 S84. 2 v, . .35 

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e ref. assn. Conf. at New- 

i88i 35I-I Pam. 9 

1884 351- 1 Pam. 21 

:e reform ass'n. Purposes. 351. i Pam. 2 
se reform. Bibliog. (Bulletins 

P. L. V. 5.) 17 B-14 

Term and tenure of office. 35 i.i Pam. 12 

Civil-service reform move- 

1881 351. 1 Pam. 17 

nd civil-service reform 35 1. 1 Pam. 6 

Civil-service reform 351. i Pam. 16 

of Gen. Curtis 351. i Pam. 13 j 

il-scrvice com. Annual reports . . 351.1 4 | 

Select com. on civil-service re- > 

I. Rep't. 1881 351. 1 Pam. II 

iGE. Four years' term 351-1 Pam. 25 

Army and Navy. 

St Point graduates loyal? 355-1 Pam. 2 

od Navy Chronicle. 1837 355. i P-B-2 

;s. Hygeinc of U. S. A. 1875.. 355. i B-9 

Boy-life in Navy. 1885 *359, i 6 

ds from Naval Acad. 1878 359. i R-i 

w. West Point. 1881 355.120 

JL. The colored cadet. 1878 355.1 18 

;SR. Diet, of officers U. S. A 355-1 13 

N. Hist. 1st reg't arty U. S. A. . .355.1 19 

OKD. Army ration 355- 1 Pam. 6 

1 of Military Service Inst. 3 v. . .355.1 P-i 
:r. Recollections of naval officer. 

41-1865 3591 5 

s and West Point 355. i Pam. 3 

SON. Organization of U. S. Army. 

48. 2v 355.1 3 

rsAUGH. Everglade to Cafton 355-1 21 

1 States. Army. Official register. 

67-1885. 19 V t355-i 2 

e. 1861 355-1 16 

6 for 100 years. 1779-1879 l:355-i i7 

ilations. 1857 355.1 i 

y and Navy Journal. 19 v 355-1 P-B-i 

y and Navy. Regulations for uni- 

-m. 1851 355.1 R-i 

d Ins't. Papers, etc. 1875-1884. 

V 359.1 P-i 

. Laws relating to. 1865 359.1 4 

Xer. (v. y.) 1863-1884. 10 v... 359.11 
rep't on armored vessels. 1864. . . 359.1 2 

rep't on punishments. 1848 359.1 3 

IS, et al. I>efense of lakes. .359-1 Pam. 3 

Massachusetts. 
Auditor. Annual reports 352.1 5 

Inaug-. address. 1872 . . .350.1 Pam. 2 

j^2. 350.I Pam. 3 

• For young readers. 



Bridgman. Independents of Mass 363 Pam. 5 

Mass. civil-service com. An. rept's. .351.1 Pam. 24- 

Const, conv. 1 779-1 780. Journal 342.1 30 

Robinson. Mass. in the woman suffrage 

movement. 1881 324 70 

New York. 
Constitution. 
Butler. Outline of const, hist, of N. Y. 

(N. Y. Hist. Soc. col. v. 7.) 973 14 

Constitution, 1846; gd. by Hough 342.1 B-i 

Const, conv., 1821; debates, etc 342.1 3a 

Journal 342.1 33 

Reports; by Carter and Stone 342.1 6a 

Const, conv., 1846; debates, etc 342.1 34 

Journal 342. i D-12 

Documents. 2 v 342. i D-13 

Const, conv., 1867-1868; journal 342.1 D-i 

Debates, etc. 5 v 342. i D-a 

Documents. 5 v 342. 1 D-7 

Revision doc's 342. i D-B-l 

Eaton, ft a/. Proposed amendm'ts. .342,1 Pam. 2 
HurcHiNS. Const, hist, of N. Y. (In 

N. Y. civil list. 1880.) 350.I 16 

New York City. Charter. 1819 342.1 69 

Seymour. Influence of N. Y. on Ameri- 
can jurisprudence. 1879 973 Pam. 6 

Street. Council of revision of N. Y. . . . 342.1 67 

Politics and Political Parties. 

Davenport. Election frauds, N. Y. city. 

1860-1870 32466 

Hammond. History of parties, N. Y., to 

1840. 2 v 363 3 

Jenkins. Hist, parties, N. Y., to 1844. . 363 6 
Mayo. Symbols of the capitol. 1859 • • 324 26 
New York City. Council of political 

reform; reports. 1872-1874 363 Pam. i 

Report on expenses of gov't. 1880. . . . 342.1 52 
Political code, reported, i860 342.1 35 

Legislation and Administration. 

Assembly. Bradley in vestigat'n, 1881.328. i Pam. I 

Breaches of privilege. 1 777-1 871 328,1 15 

Com. on primary elect's; rep't. 1882.324 Pam. 10 

Documents. 1 831-1884. 402 v 328.1 I>-3 

Journal. 1824 328.1 D-B-152 

Journal. 1830-1884. 71 v 328.1 D-2 

Comptroller. An. rep'ts. 1864-84. 17 v.. 352.1 i 

Assembly and senate. Documents. (In- 
complete.) 1816-1823. 14 V. .328.1 D-B-153 

Legislature. Const., rules, etc. 1830. . .5:350.1 18 

Manual. 1834 t350-l 19 

Manual. 1840-1881. 38 v t350' I 24 

Red book. 1 835-1 839. 4 V ^350.1 20 

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Governor's speeches. 1825 328.1 8 

Senate. Journal. 1830-18S4. 5^) v 328.1 D-i 

Documents. 1831-1884. 186 v 328.1 l)-4 

Woodin investijjation. 1877 328.1 14 

Civil-service and Ciril'Service Reform. 

Chadbourne and Moore, eds. Public 

service of N. Y. 1882. 3 v 350.1 R-i 

Civil-service of N. Y 35i-i Pam- '7 

Civil-service act. 1883 35i.i Pam. 19 

Civil-service com. Annual reports 35i«i 2 

Civil-service reform association. Letters 

to candidates. 1882 35I-I Pam. 15 

Eaton. Spoils system at X. Y 351.1 Pam. 5 

New York State. Civil list and const. 

hist. (v. y.). 1855-1884. 20 V t350.i 16 

Rules for civil service. 1884 35I.I Pam. 23 

Shannon. Manual of N. Y. city. 1868. 350.1 i 

Military^ \ 

Adj.-Gen. Reports, (v. y.) 1864-84 .. 355.1 15 

Albany Zouaves. 1S66 355-1 11 

Bur. of military statistics. Rep't. 1864.. 355.1 Pam. 5 1 
DOWLEV. Hist. I2th reg'tN.Y. S. N. G.. 355.1 10 

Manual of arms 355* i 9 - 

Military regulations. 1S58 355-1 8 

National Guard Associ'n. Annual conv's. 

1879-1881 355. 1 Pam. 10 

Pennsylvani.\. 

Penn. constitutional conventions. 1776- 

1790. Minutes 342.1 31 . 

Maryland. 
WiLHELM. Local inst's of Md. 1885. . . 342.1 61 

ViRCrlNIA. I 

I 

Annual register. iSoo 350.1 17 , 

Const, con v. iS29-'30. Debates, etc... . 342.1 36 

House of delegates. Journal and docu- i 

ments. 1838-1839 328.1 D-U-148 ' 

Ingle. Local inst's of Va. 1885 342.1 60 ■. 

Virginia resolutions, 1798, etc 32S.1 10 

SoLTn Carolina. 
Ramage. Local gov't in S. C. 1883 . . . 342.1 70 

Ohio. 

Auditor. An. rep't. 1875-iSSo. 6 v. . . 352.1 2 i 
Const, conv. 1873. Report. 4 v. . .342.1 D-B-2 

Michigan. 
Bemis. Local gov't in Mich. 1882 342.1 66 

Illinois. ! 

Shaw and Gori.p. Local government, 

Illinois and Pennsylvania. 1883 .... 304 30 ■ 

* For young readers. 



Iowa. 
Macy. Institutional beginnings in Iowa. 342.1 ] 

Missouri. 

Adjutant-General. Report. 1881 . . . 355. 1 Fua. 
Civil-service reform associat'n. Address. 

1881 351.1 FSUBUi 

Wyoming. 
True. Woman suffrage in Wy. 1879..324 FSuLj 

California. 

California const, conv.. 1849. Debates. . 342.1 | 

San Francisco municipal reports. 1867- ' 

1883. 4 V 350-l.i 



LOCAL HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION. 
Perkins. Check list for Am. local hist... 971 f 

New England. 

Adams. History of N. Eng. to 1788 972 «! 

Appleton's hand-b'k N. and E. tour . . . .917.2 W- 
Coolid(;e and Mansfield. History of 

New England, i860 972 8^ 

Drake. Nooks and comers N. E. coast. 9x7.8 1 

Fellows. Boating trips. 1884 917.' 1 

Flack;. Woods and by-ways N. E. 1872. 9I7.« 1 

Hale. Family flight around home *9I7.2 \ 

New England Historical and Genealogical 

Register. 1847-1S84. 38 v 97a P 

Osgood's hand-book of N. Eng. 1874. .917.2 W 

Maine. 

Bisiior. Fish and men in Me. islands. . . 917.S 

IIuinJARD. Woods and lakes. 18S4 917.2 

Maine Hist. Society collections. 7 v 973 1 

Maine woods; by Thoreau. 1864 917.2 

Steele. Paddle and portage (Me.) 799 1 

Canoe and camera (Me.) 799 

Williamson. Hist, of Maine. 1832. 2 v. 972 : 

Towns, Counties^ Etc. 

Gardiner. Hist.; by Hanson. 1852... 972 
Mount Desert. H'd-b'k; by Martin.. 91 7.2 W 

Portland. History; to 1864 972 

Same, part i 97a : 

New Hampshire. 

Barstow. Hist. N. Hampshire to 1819. 972 
Belknap. Hist. N. Hamp. to 1790. 3V. 972 
Farmer and Moore. N. Hampshire 
Hist, collections. 1824. 3 v 972 

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Toiiffts^ CouniicSy Etc. 

E. History; by Fox. 1846. . . 972 77 

)HOALS; by Jenness. 1875 972 81 

»y Thaxter. 1873 9172 23 

PER. History; by Potter. 1856.. 972 124 

;th. Annals of; by Adams 972 126 

sabout; by Brewster. 1859 972 125 

;iLLS; by King. 1864 917.2 12 

OUNTAINS. Heart of; by Drake.. 917.2 B-i 

r; by Willey. 1870 972 127 

I's band-book. 1876 917.2 W-2 

Vekmont. 

History Vermont. 1846 972 114 

ER and Arthur. Hist, of V't.. 972 112 

History Eastern V't. 1865. 2 v. 972 B-4 

w'ermont to 1791 972 107 

d. Vermont State papers. 1823. 972 108 

OK. Hist. Vermont. 1858 972 113 

T. Records, ^ll^-^lll- 6 v. . 972 147 

Soc. collections. 2v 972 145 

IS. History of Vermont. 1794.. 972 iii 

Towns, Counties, Etc, 

1.1ER. History; by Thompson.. . 972 115 
RY. History; by Weeks, i860.. 972 116 

Massachusetts. 

History of Massachusetts. 1876. 972 137 
MaSs. hist, collections. 1841 . . 972 46 

Hist, of Mass. 1857. 3 v 972 42 

RD. Hist, of Mass. 1620-1820. 972 45 

TXR. History of Mass. 1865 972 50 

>■. Hub to Hudson. 1869 917. 2 25 

ID. Hist. West'n Mass. 1855. 2 v. 972 48 
HUSETFTS. Com'rs on condition of 

irds. Report. 1885 972 Pam. 2 

list. Soc. collect's. i8o6-'84. 48 V. 972 i 

edings. 1791-1883. 20 v 972 39 

kU. A week on the Concord, etc. .917.2 19 

Tozcns, Counties, Etc. 

ON. Hist.; by Hobart. 1866 972 79 

V. History; by Stone. 1843 97272 

[SLANP. History; by Livermore . 972 135 

. Antique views of. 1882 972 B-13 

A the Hub; by Drake. 1881 *972 154 

E. Boston; by Sumner. 1858 972 71 

ated. 1872 917.2 W-4 

s dictionary; by Bacon. 1883. 917.2 W-io 

» hand-book; by Sweetser 917.2 W-9 

rial hist.; ed. by Winsor. 4 v. . . 972 B-8 

idmarks; by Drake. 1873 917. 2 16 

com'rs rcp'ts. i876-'84. 12 v. . 972 156 
o nomenclature of streets. 1879. 972 157 



Boston. Sights in; by Midgley. 1856. .917.2 W-5 
Spectacles for young eyes; by Lander.. *9i 7. 2 21 

Boston town; by Scudder. 1881 ^972 136 

Young folks' hist. ; by Butterworth *972 153 

Bostonian Soc. Proceedings. 1884. 972 Pam. i 
Bridgewater. Hist.; by Mitchell. 1840. 97265 

Cape Cod; by Thoreau. 1865 917.2 18 

Hist. ; by Freeman. 1869. 2 v 972 B-6 

Truro, Cape Cod: by Rich. 1884 972 155 

Charlestown. Biog. of; by Hunnewell. 16 26 
CoLBURN. Bibliog. of local hist, of Mass. 16 B-io 
Concord. Histor>'; byBouton. 1856... 97270 
Du.XBURY. History; by Winsor. 1849.. 972 64 
Easthampton. Hist. ; by Lyman. 1866. 97276 
Fitch BURG. History; by Torrey. 1865. 972 53 
Framingham. History; by Barry. 1847. 972 73 
Hanover. History; by Barry. 1853... 972 56 
Haverhill. History; by Chase. 1S61. 972 61 
Lexington, History: by Hudson. 1868. 972 B-a 
Lowell. 111. history; by Cowley. 1868. 972 75 
Lynn fl«c/ Nahant. History; by Lewis. . 972 55 
Marblehead. Guide; by Roads. 1881. 917.2 W-13 

History; by Roads. 1880 972 138 

Sketches; by Agge rt//^ Brooks. 1S85. 917.2 R-i 

Marlborough. Hist.; by Hudson 97268 

Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. 

1876 917.2 W-12 

Middlesex. Hist, fields and mansions; 

by Drake. 1874 9172 15 

Old landmarks of; by Drake. 1876. . .. 917.2 14 

Nantucket. Hand-book. 1875 917.2 W-7 

Island of: by Godfrey. 1882 917.2 W-8 

Scraps; by .-Vustin. 1883 917.2 27 

New Ipswich. Hist.; by Kidder ^W Gould 972 58 
Newbury. History; by Coffin. 1845... 972 60 
Newburyi'ORT. Hist. ; by Smith. 1854. 97262 
Newton. History; by Jackson. 1854. . 972 78 
North Bridgewater. Hist.; by King- 
man. 1866 972 67 

NoRTHFiELD. Remiuiscenccs of ; by Mun- 

sell 972. 3 Pam. I 

Rehoboth. History; by Bliss. 1836... 972 59 
'ScoNSET. Cottage life; by Northrupp. . . 917.2 26 
Shrewsbury. History; by Ward. 1847. 972 69 
Spencer. History; by Draper, i860... 972 63 

Taghconic (Berkshire); by Greylock 917.2 24 

WoBURN. History; by Sewall. 1868 . . . 97^ 66 
Worcester. Hi^ory; by Lincoln. 1862. 972 57 



Rhode Island. 
Hist, of R. I. 1S59. 



Arnold. Hist, of R. I. 1S59. 2v 972 

Greene. Short hist, of R. I. 1877 972 

Peterson. History of R. I. 1853 972 

Rhode Island Hist. Soc. col. v. 2, 3, 4 972 



102 
132 

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Towns^ Counties^ Etc. 

Providence. Annals to 1832; by Staples. 972 106 
King's pocket-book 917.2 W-ii 

Connecticut. 

Barber. Conn. hist, collections 972 82 

Bo wen. Boundary disputes of Cdnn 972 B-12 

Holuster. Hist, of Con. 1855. 2 v. . . 972 133 

Towns^ Counties^ Etc. 

Durham. History; by Fowler. 1866. . . 972 131 

Hartford. Address; by Hawes. 1835. 972 80 

New London. Hist.; by Caulkins. i860. 97285 

Norwich. Hist. ; by Caulkins. 1845... 97283 

Same. i866 972 84 

Stamford. Hist. ; by Huntington. 1^8. 97289 

Wallingford. History; by Davis. 1870. 97291 

Waterbury. Hist. ; by Bronson. 1858. 972 90 

Windham. History; by Weaver. 1864. 972 54 

Windham Co. History; by Lamed. 2 v. 972 log 

Windsor. History; by Stiles. 1859 972 86 

Supplement to same. 1863 972 87 

Woodbury. Hist. ; by Cothren. 1879. 2 v. 972 88 

New York. 

Barber a/f^ Howe. Hist, coil's of N. Y. 973 10 
Carpenter and Arthur. History N. Y. 973 23 

Comley. Hist. N. Y. 1877 973 108 

Dunlap. Hist, of N. Y. to 1788. 2 v. . 973 8 
Harper's tourist, Hudson river, canal, 

etc. 1834 9173 W-14 

Homes. Correct arms of N. Y. 1880.. 973 Pam. 2 

Same ; and rep't of com'rs. 1881. . .973 Pam. 3 
Jenkins. Governors of New- York. 1851.. 923.1 153 
Macaulay. Hist. N. Y. 1829. 3v... 973 5 
O'Callaghan, r</. Doc. hist, of N.Y. 4 v. 973 i 

Osgood's hand-book. 18S1 9173 ^V-5 

New-York Hist. Soc. coil's. 16 v 973 14 

N. Y. State survey. Annual reports 711 22 

Randall. Hist. N. Y. 1870 ^973 21 

Same *973 22 

Regents of univ. Rep't on boundaries. . . 973 15 

Smith. Hist, of N. Y. to 1814 973 13 

State business directory. 1859 7i 39 

Tainlor's N. Y. C. & H. R. R., etc 917.3 W-15 

Towns^ Counties^ Etc. 

Adirondack region. Rep't of com. on 

State lands in. 1884 ^ 917.3 Pam. i 

Illustrated ; by Stoddard. 1874 917.3 12 

Survey ; by Colden. i873-'84. 5 v.. .917. 3 25 

Albany. Annals; by Munsell. 1859. lov. 973 51 
Hist. ; by Weise. 1884 973 92 

Binghamton. Annals;by Wilkinson. 1840. 973 126 

Brooklyn. Hist.; by Stiles. 1867. 3 v. 97326 



Buffalo. Address book. 18S3-1884. . . ; 

And Erie Co. Business directory. 1870. ; 
And Erie Co. Hist.; ^«/. by Smith. 2 v.. 90.9 

Business directory. 1855 \ 

Directory. 1828-1885. 50 vols 

Same \ 

6lite directory. 1883 ^ 

Fifty years of. 1882 gc 

Historical Soc. Constitution, etc 9J 

Hist. Soc. Publications. i879-'8o. 2 v. gt 

Hist. ; part i. ; by Dwyer gc 

Hist.; by Ketchum. 1864. 2 v 9a 

In 1825; by Ball 91 

In 1836 and 1862; by Salisbury 91 

Semi-centennial celebration. 18S2 91 

Same 91 

Some things in and about. 18S4 91 

Standard society directory. 1880 \ 

[Sec also •• Eric County.**] 

Catskill Mountains; by Rockwell. 

1867 917. 

Land of Rip Van Winkle; by Searing. 917.3 

Cayuga Co. Friends in; by Howland.. 9^ 

Hist. Soc. col. 1882 9] 

Inventors of; by Wheeler 9; 

Champlain, Lake. Hist.; by Palmer, to 

1814 9: 

Champlain Valley. Pioneer hist.; by 

Gilliland 9; 

Chautauqua Co. Hist.; by Young.* 1875. 97: 
Couperstown. Chronicles of. 1838... 9; 

Hist. ; by Livermore. 1862 9; 

Cortland Co. Hist, of ; by Goodwin. . 9; 
Dutchess Co. Hist.; by Smith. 1877.. 97; 

Erie Co. Centen. hist.; by Johnson 9 

Same 9 

Historical atlas. 1880 90.7 C 

Essex Co. Hist. ; by Watson. 1869 ... 9 
Flatbush. Social hist. ; by Vanderbilt . . 9 

Geneva. Early hist. ; by Conover 97 

Same 973 P 

Herkimer Co. Hist. ; by Benton. 1856. 9 
Holland Purchase. Conv's of settlers. 

1827-30 q 

Pioneer hist. ; by Turner. 1850 9 

Same 9 

Same 9 

Hudson River ; by Lossing 917 

Summer days on ; by Wise. 1875 917 

Ithaca and its resources ; by Kurtz 917 

Jefferson Co. Hist, of ; by Hough. 1S54. 9' 
Lake George. A book of to-day; by 

Stoddard. 1880 917.3 ' 

Its scenes, etc.; by DeCosta. 1868... . 91^ 



• For young readers. 



UNITED STATES: LOCAL HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION. 



89 



iist.; by Hough, i860 973 121 

Co. Hist. ; by Doty. 1876. 973 100 
Antiquities; by Furman.. 973 109 

•rime. 1845 973 33 

rbompson. 1839 973 32 

Soc. Annual rep'ts 973 Pam. i 

See. Memoirs. 2 v 973 19 

ERi>AM. Hist.; by Davis. 

971 78 

City; by Belden. 1850 917.3 9 

s dictionary. 1879 917-3 W-9 

and is ; by Distumell 917.3 W-8 

ill. hand-book. 1873 917.3 \V-7 

1842-1884. (v. y.) 71 36 

metropolis; by Browne 917.3 8 

sof; byHeadley. 1712-1873. 973 30 

Booth. 1866 973 25 

Lamb. . 1881. 2 v 973 B-7 

Stone. 1872 973 116 

Valentine. 1853 973 24 

tch. 1853 97329 

1. 1881 917.3 26 

s of Knickerbocker life ; by 

. 1882 973.3 5 

d shadows; byMcCabe. 1872.. 917.3 20 
and miseries ; by Pemberton. 917.3 19 

-York; by Francis 973-3 3 

» in; by Benson. (N. Y. Hist. 

Jl- V. 7) 973 14 

ences of; by Thorbum 973 31 

; ; by Martin. 1868 917.3 7 

hurch and old N. Y. (N. Y. 

oc. col. 1870) 973 14 

in hist.; by I«amb. 1883 973 125 

Hist. ; by Ruttenber. 1859. . 973 B-i 
,. I. Annals of; by Riker. . . . 973 43 
ALLS. Book of; by Parsons. 

99.8 4 

>n from various travelers ; by 

' 99-7 I 

85 99-7 B-i 

lien's. 1882 99-817 

irke's. 1S48 99.87 

irke's. 1855 99.811 

irke's. 1857 99.8 12 

stumell's. 1857 99.8 14 



>rner's. 1874 

iletts. 1845 

mson's. 1852 

son's. 1835 

pie's. 1880 

r>ria/. 1S42 

)/pg>'. etc.: by Holley 99.7 

up. chapters. 1883 99.7 



99.8 16 
99.8 6 

99.8 13 

99-8 3 

90.7 7 

99-8 5 

2 

3 



Niagara Falls. Manual; by Ingraham. 

1834 99-8 I 

Rep't of ex-com. N. F. Ass'n. 1885. . . 99.7 6 
Special rep't of N. Y. S. survey on pres- 
ervation of scenery 99- 7 4 

Statistics; by Johnson. 1849 99.7 Pam. 5 

Table Rock album. 1846 99.7 8 

Same. 1850 99.7 9 

Same. 1855 99.710 

Visit to, in 1800; by Maude 99.7 11 

Niagara Frontier. Hist, sketch; by 

Marshall. 1865 90.21 

Same 90.2 2 

Northern New York; by Sylvester. 

1877 973 49 

Oneida Co. Annals of ; by Jones. 1851. 97346 

Onondaga; by Clarke. 1849. 2 v 973 47 

Same 973 67 

Orange Co. Hist. Minisink region; by 

Stickney. 1867 973 50 

Orleans Co. Pioneer hist. ; by Thomas. 973 81 

Same 973 82 

Phelps and Goriiam Purchase; by 

Turner. 1851 973 78 

Same. 1852 973 79 

Putnam Co. Hist.; by Blake. 1849... 97363 
Rochester. Hist.; by Parker. 1884.. 973 127 

Sketches of ; by O'Reilly. 1838 973 80 

St. Lawrence Co. Hist.; by Hough. .. 973 45 
Saratoga. Reminiscences; by Stone. 

1875 973 62 

Southampton, L. I. Early hist. ; by 

Howell 973 34 

Staten Island. Annals; byClute. 1877. 973 iii 
Suffolk Co. Hist. ; by Bayles. 1874.. 97361 
Thousand Islands; by Hough. 1880. . 973 122 
Troy. Reminiscences of, to 1807; by 

Woodworth 973 38 

Utica. Pioneers of; by Bagg. 1877... 973 112 

Warsaw. Hist. ; by Young. 1869 

West Point. Ilist. ; by Boynton. 1863. 
Westchester Co. Hist. ; by Bolton. 2 v. 
Western N. Y. Early reminiscences; by 

Barton. 1848 

Same 90.3 5 

Pioneer Monthly 973 Pam. B-i 

Wyoming Co. Hist. 1880 973 R-i 

Pennsylvania. 

Carpenter ^m/ Arthur. Hist. Penn... 973 107 

Craig, ^d. The olden time. 2 v 973 16 

Egle. 111. hist, of Penn. 1880 973 B-4 

Etting. Old state-house of Penn. 1876.. 973 B-6 
Hazard. Annals of Penn. 1609-1682. . 973 88 



973 "O 
973 37 
973 35 

90-3 4 



90 



UNITED STATES: LOCAL HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION. 



Pennsylvania Dutch; by Gibbons. 1882.. 917-3 28 
Penn. Hist. Soc. Catalog, of paintings, 

etc. 1872 973 Pam. 8 

Hist, map of Penn 973 B-3 

Memoirs. 10 v 973 B-2 

Proceedings on presentation of Penn. 

papers. 1873 973 Pam. 9 

Penn. Magazine of history. 7 v 973 P-l 

Seidensticker. Bilder aus der Deutsch- ^^ 

pennsylvanischen geschichte. 1885.. .^3 74 
Wallace. Discourse, Penn. Hist. Soc. '••" 

1872 973 Pam. 7 

Towns^ Counties^ etc: 

Delaware Co. Hist. ; by Smith. 1862. 973 96 

Erie. Directory. 1853 7' 43 

Erie Co. Hist. ; by Sanford. 1862. . . . 973 106 
Juniata Valley. Hist.; by Jones. 1856. 973 94 
Lancaster. Biog. hist. ; by Harris. 1872. 973 B-5 
Philadelphia. Guide-b'k; by Westcott.917.3 W-6 
Hist.; by Scharf and W. 1884. 3 v. .973 B-ii 

Reference list; by Foster, v. 2 16 55 

Sylvan city, A. 1883 917.3 29 

And Penn. Annals; by Watson. 2 v.. 973 89 
Pittsburgh. Business directory. 1837.. 71 41 

Hist. ; by Craig. 1851 973 105 

And Allegheny. Directory. i870-'7i. 71 42 
Plymoittii. Hist.; by Wright. 1873... 973 104 
Taintor's Penn. coal region, 1885. . . .917.3 W-16 
West Branch Valley. Hist. ; by Me- 

ginnis 973 "95 

Wyo-MINg; by Peck. 1858 973 102 

Hist. ; by Chapman. 1830 973 loi 

Hist. ; by Miner. 1845 973 97 

Wyo-MINg Valley; by Miner. 1866 97398 

Poetry and hist. ; by Stone. 1864 973 99 

New Jersey. 

Barber and Howe. Hist, coil's N. Jer- 
sey 973 84 

Carpenter and Arthur. Hist. N. Jer- 
sey. 1865 973 87 

Gordon. Ilist. N. Jersey to 1788 973 83 

Perth Am boy. Early hist. ; by White- 
head. 1856 973 85 

Princeton. Hist. ; by Hagerman. 1879. 973 113 

Raum. Hist. N. Jersey. 1877. 2v 973 119 

Sypher^w^ Apgar. Hist. N. Jersey... 973 86 

The South. 

Appleton's hand b'k of south, tour. 1876.. 917.4 W-i 
Clemens (Mark Twain). Life on the Miss. 917.4 45 
HiLGARD. Physico-geog. description of 

cotton states. 1880 317 D-B-30 

PiERSON. In the brush. 1881 917.4 41 



I 



Maryland. 

Annapous. Hist. ; by Taylor. 1872. . . 

Baltimore. Map. 1879 917.4 

Browne. Maryland. 1884 

McSherry. Hist, of Maryland to 1848. 
Pangborn. Picturesque B. & O. R. R.. 9; 
Rothrock. In Chesapeake and Del. 
Bays. 1884. • 

Washington and Dist. Columbl 

Clemmer. Ten years in Wash. 1882. . . • 
Elliot. Hist. Dist. Columbia. 1830... 
Gemmill. Notes on Washington. 1884.' 
Moore. Pibturesque Washington. 1884.9 
Viator. Washington sketch-book. 1864.9 

Virginia. 

Arthur tf/k/ Carpenter. Hist. Va. 1852. 

Cooke. Virginia. 1883 

Same 

Howe, ed. Hist, coil's of Va. 1852 ... 

Hunter. Observations on hist, of Va..97- 

Maxwell, ed. Virginia historical regis- 
ter. 6 v. in 3 

New Virginians. 1880. 2 v 

Norfolk and vicinity; by Forrest. 1853. 

Old Pt. Comfort and Ft. Monroe; 
by Dalby. 1881 

Pollard. The Va. tourist. 1870 91 

West Virginia. 

Boyd. Resources of S. W. Va. 1S81. . . 

De Haas. Hist. W. Va. to 1795 

Dodge. West Va. 1865 

Kercheval. Hist, of Valley of Va. 1833. 

Kentucky. 

Allen. Hist, of Ky. 1S72 

Arthur frW Carpenter. Hist, of Ky.. 

Butler. Hist, of Ky. 1834 

Collins. Hist, of Ky. 1S78. 2v 

Hist, sketches of Ky. 1850 

Drake. Pioneer life in Ky 

Lexlngton. Hist. ; by Ranck. 1872... 
Marshall. Hist, of Ky. 1824. 2 v. . 

Procter. Kentucky. 1882 917. 

Siialer. Kentucky. 1885 

Tennessee. 

Carpenter. Hist, of Tenn. 1854 

Old Times in W. Tenn. 1873 

Memphis. Hist. ; by Davis. 1873 

Putnam. Hist. Middle Tenn. 1859 

Ramsey. Annals, to end of i8th ccnty.. 

Rugby. Tenn. ; by Hughes. 1881 

Same. 1880 917. 



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91 



NOB.TH Carolina. 

riiideb'k, N. C. in*ts. 1881.. 917.4 W-4 
yal and iron counties, N. C. . . . 628 43 

Hist. N. C. 1829. 2 V 974 9 

Hist. N. C. 1880. 2T 974 49 

Hist, sketches N. C. 1851... 974 53 
3N. Hist. N. C. 1812. 2 V. 974 7 

South Carolina. 

ig. Resources of State. 1883. .917.4 55 
History of S. C. 1809. 2 v. . 974.11 

Palmetto leaves. 1873 917-4 16 

Eiistory of S. C. i860 974 15 

Georgia. 

ajf^ Carpenter. Hist.Ga. 1852. 974 19 

History of Ga. to 1881 974 54 

rhe Georgia Hist. Soc. 1881.974 Pam. 3 

f o€ Ga. 1883. V. 1-2 974 58 

History of Ga. to 1798. 2 v. . . 974 16 
ai. Hist. coll. of Ga. 1855 97418 

Florida. 

L Florida for tourists. 1882.. 91 7. 4 \V-5 

u Letters from Fla. 1879 917.4 33 

i winter in Fla. 1870 917.4 18 

. Notes on Florida. 1859 974 22 

KS. History of Fla. to 1842 . . . 974 23 
LL. Camping, etc. in Fla. 1884. 917.4 56 

st; by Maloney. 1876 974 44 

Florida. 1876 917.4 17 

, r</. Florida annual. i883-'85. .917.4 52 

(OQthem rambles. Fla. 1881 917.4 43 

ccustine; by an English visitor. 917.4 19 

y; by Dewhurst. 1881 974 51 

y; by Fairbanks. 1858 974 21 

vy Reynolds 974 67 

Alabama. 
Alabama to 1872 974 20 

Louisiana. 

Creoles of La. 1884 974 65 

B. History of La. 1866. 2 v. . 974 34 

i. History of La. 1830 974 33 

LLEANS. And Louisiana. Refer- 

list; by Foster, v. 4 16 55 

f, etc.; by Waring and Cable. 

974 B-i 

ketch-book and guide. 1885. .917.4 W-7 

Arkansas. 

gs of Legislature fixing pronun- 

Dof fUUDC. 18B1 974 Pam. 2 



Texas. 

Baker, ^^. Texas scrap-book. 1875 974 45 

Edward. History of Texas. 1836 974 41 

Hughes. Gone to Texas. 1884 91 74 54 

McDanield fl«</ Taylor. Coming em- 
pire 917.5 144 

Rock a«// Smith. S. and W. Texas . .917.5 W-5 
Sweet fl«</ Knox. On a mustang. 1883. .917.4 49 
Yoakum. History of Texas. 1856. 2 v.. 974 38 

West and Northwest. 

Appleton's hand-book. 1871 917. 5 W-3 

Beggs. Pages from history of West 975 9 

Burnet. Early settlement N. W. Ter. . . 975 4 
Custer. My life on the plains. 1874. . . 975.5 i 
Custer, iVrj. Boots and saddles. 1S85.. 917.5 187 

Dodge. Plains of great West. 1877 917.5 67 

Flint. Indian wars of the West. 1833.. 975 n 

Fry. Army sacrifices. 1879 975 49 

Glisan. Journal of army life. 1874. .. .917.5 69 
Hall. Legends of the West. 1869 .... 975 6 
Sketches of history, etc. 1835. 2 v. . . 975 7 
Romance of Western history. 1869. . . 975 12 
Hildreth. Early history N. W. 1864.. 975 10 

Keim. Sheridan's troopers. 1870 917.5 163 

Leading industries of West 917-5 Pam. 13 

McKnight. Our W^estern border. 1876. 97563 
Marcy. Thirty years of army life. 1866.. 917. 5 68 
Northwest, The. Reference list; by Foster. 

V. 3 16 55 

Perkins, rd. Annals of the West to 1845. 975 i 

Same, to 1850 975 2 

Same, to 1856 975 3 

, Sheridan. Engagements with Indians... 975.5 5 

Strickland. Pioneers of the West. . 1850 975 13 

; W^ALKER. Pioneer life. 1881 . 975 71 

Wheeler. Geog. surveys W. of looth 

meridian. 1874. 4v 917.5 161 

j Winser. Great Northwest. 1883 917.5 W-12 

i 

I 

I Ohio. 

Abbott. History of Ohio. 1875 975 15 

American pioneer. 1 842-1 843. 2 v 905 4 

Atwater. History of Ohio. 1838 975 14 

Carpenter <zW Arthur. History Ohio. 975 18 
Hildreth. Pioneer settlers. 1852. .. .923.1 325 

Howe, i"//. Hist. coll. of Ohio. 1857... 975 17 

MITCHE.NER. Ohio annals. 1876 975 16 

Towns, Countits, Etc. 

Ashland Co. History; by Knapp. 1863. 975 23 

Athens Co. History; by Walker. 1869. 975 25 
Champaign and Logan Co.'s. History; 

by Antrim. 1872 975 30 



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UNITED STATES: LOCAL HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION. 



Cincinnati. Acc't; by King. 1879. .917.5 Pam. 11 

Beginnings; by Miller. 1880 975 66 

Cleveland. Early history; by Whittlesey. 975 21 

Columbus. History; by Studer. 1873.. 975^ 

Franklin Co. History; by Martin. 1858. 975 27 

Knox Co. History: by Norton. 1862.. 97528 
Licking County. Centennial history; by 

Smucker. 1876 975 Pam. 5 

Mahoning Valley. Hist. Soc. coil's, v. i. 975 19 

Maumee Valley. Hist.; by Knapp. 1872. 975 22 
Ross Co. Pioneer record; by Finley and 

Putnam 975 26 

Western Reserve. Pioneers of; by Rice. 975 75 

Indiana. 

Dillon. History of Ind. to 1816 / 975 33 

Fort Wayne. History; by Brice. i868. 975 34 

Goodrich and Tuttle. 111. hist. Ind. . . 975 32 

Wabash Valley. Settlement; by Cox. . 975 24 

Wayne Co. History; by Young. 1872. 975 36 

Michigan. 

Cooley. Hist, of governm'ts. 1885 975 51 

• Lanman. History of Mich. 1839 975 72 

Murley, Co/;//. Michigan. 1882 9175 169 

Northern Michigan. 1880 917-5 Pam. 10 

« 

Towns^ Counties^ Etc. 

Detroit. And Michigan; history; by 

Farmer. 1884 975-B-6 

City of ; by Johnstone. 1855 9175 24 

City of the Straits; by Roberts. 1884. 97578 

Kalamazoo. Quarter centennial. 1855. 975 40 

Lake Superior iron dist. History; by 

Swineford 672 Pam. 2 

Mackinaw. Annals of fort; by Kelton. 975 74 

Island; by Donan. 1882 9175 Pam. 12 

Lake tour to; by Whitcomb 917-5 Pam. 14 

Old; by Strickland, i860 917-5 25 

Saginaw Co. Ilistorj'; by Fox. 1858.. 975 41 

Illinois. 

Brown. Histor>' of 111. 1844 975 42 

Carpenter «//^ Arthur. Hist, of 111. . . 97545 

Davidson <7/ic/Stuv^. Hist, of 111. 18^4. 975 64 

Edwards. Hist, of III. 1778-1833 975 35 

Edward's Papers. (Chic. Hist. Soc. v. 3.). 975 79 

Ford. History Illinois to 1847 975 70 

Matson. Pioneers of Illinois. 1882 . . . 975 73 

Towns^ Counties^ Etc. 

Chicago. And its suburbs; by Cham- 
berlain. 1874 975 44 

And the great conflagration ; by Colbert, 

etal. 1871 975.53 

Same 975-5 4 



Chicago. Antiquities; by Harlbut 

Fergus historical series. 24 Nos ... .9 

z. — Annals of Chicago; by B«]cstier. 

3.— Directory of Chicago. 1859. 

3.— Last of the Illinois; by Caton. 

4.— Early moTement to legalize slaTcrj 
by Brown. 

5-6. — Early settlers of Chicago. 

7-8.— Early Chicafi^; by Wentworth. 

9.— Chicago. (Several papers.) 
xo.— Chicago Historical Soc. addresses. 
II.— Early medical Chicago; by Hyde. 
13.— Illinois in the i8th century: by Mas 
13.— Early Illinois; by Gillespie. 
14.— Early Illinois. (Several papers.) 
15. — Lincoln; by Arnold. Douglas; by ! 
16.— Eariy Chicago; by Wentworth: 
17.— Wm. B. Ogden; by Arnold. 
18. — Chicago river and harbor conventio 
19. — Early Chicago; by Qeaver. 
3o. — Winter in the west; by Hoffman. 
31. — John Dean Caton; by Feigus. 
33. — Chicago Bar Association lectures. 
33. — Early Illinois railroads; by Ackcrm 
34. — Congressional reminiscences. 

History; by Andrews. 1884 

Historical Society collections. 2 v.. . . 

The lost city; by Luzerne. 1872 

Peoria. History; by Ballance. 1870.. 

Wisconsin. 

McLeod. History. 1846 

Madison. History; by Durrie. 1874.. 
Milwaukee. Chronicles; by Wheeler.. 

History to 1853; by Buck. 3 v 

Smith. Hist, of Wis. v. i and 3. 1854 
Wisconsin Hist. Soc. Kept'sand col's, gr 

Minnesota. 

Farrar. Five years in Minn. 1880. . . 

Guide, upper Mississippi. 1869 % 

McClung. Minnesota. 1870 ^ 

Minnesota. 1868 917 

Neill. History Minnesota. 1858 

St. Paul. History; by Williams. 1876 

Iow.\. 

Davenport. Past and present; byWilkie 
Hyatt. Resources of Iowa. 1872 

Missouri. 

Barnes, ed. Missouri; centennial rec'd. 
St. Louis; by Reavis. 1870 

Sketch of history 

Western journal. 1853 

Kansas. 

HOLLOWAY. History of Kansas . . 186I 
Wilder. Annals of Kansas. 1875. . . . 



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98 



Dakota. 

ick Hills. 1876. 
Dakota. 1885. 



.917.5 
917.5 



148 
186 



Yellowstone Park. 

Earl of. Great divide . 1876.. 917.5 96 
•«, ed. Wonders of Yellow- 

1873 V7.5 98 

Rambles in wonderland 917.5 145 

vstone Park. Rep't. 1880. .917.5 165 

8S3 917.5 Pam. 15 

^elkvwstone Nat. Park 917.5 W-ii 

AINS AND THE RoCKY MOUKTAI.N'S. 
u 1868 917.572 

Ranch notes. 1884 917.5 181 

HE. Over the Rocky M'ts. . . . ♦02632 

Life and labor far, far west . . 917 73 

Life in prairie land. 1868 . . . 917.5 63 

, Crest of the continent *9I7.5 191 

g round the Rockies. 1883.. .♦917.5 171 
Prairie farms and folk. 2 v.. 91 7. 5 141 

Camps in the Rockies 917.5 168 

3,000 miles thro' Rocky M'ts.. 917.5 59 

Camp and cabin. 1880 .. .917.5 156 

Prairie experiences. 1884.. 917.5 183 

. To the Rockies, etc. 1878. .917.5 56 

uffalo land. 1872 917.5 65 

Colorado. 

iy's life in Rocky M'ts. 1879.. 917.5 155 
nmigration. Rep't. 1873. .917.5 Pam. 8 

Switzerland of Am. 1869 917.5 75 

Colorado. 1876 917.5140 

1879 917.5 I40>^ 

'Graybcard's " Col. 1882 917.5 170 

Danslesmontagnesrocheuses.917.5 184 

Sew Colorado. 1880 91 7- 5 160 

. South by west. 1874 917.5 151 

>>lorado. 1883 917.5 172 

Colorado. 1867 917.576 

si>. Colorado. 1879 917.5 154 

Utah. — The Mormons. 

Life in Utah 298 5 

Historj* oi the saints. 1842. . 298 2 
Mormons and mines. 1872.. 298 11 

Ziiy oi thy saints. 1862 917.5 94 

Mormon country. 1874 917.5 95 

ycMcm. 1SS5 • • -298 Pam. i 

iVcw iig^ht on Mormonism.. 298 12 
ihand the Mormons. 1856.. 298 3 

.hlormons. 1852 298 i 

oon on ^rid re^on. 1879..917.5 B-5 



Robinson. Sinners and saints. 1883.. 91 7. 5 175 

Smith, Afrs, Among the Mormons 298 8 

Stenhouse, Mrs. A lady's life, etc 298 10 

Tell it all. 1874 2qS 6 

Taylder. Mormon's own book. 1857.. 298 7 
Tucker. Origin, etc., of Mormonism. . . 298 4 

Utah commission. Report. 1883 298 Pam. 2 

Waite.* Illiteracy and Mormonism.. ..296 Pam. 3 
Waite, A/rs. The Mormon prophet .... 298 9 

New Mexico. 

Arny. Items about New Mexico. 1873. .917.5 90 
Bancroft, H. H. History Pacific states: 

New Mexico. 1883 97S 66 

Box. In new and old Mexico. 1869.. . . 917.5 87 

Meline. To Santa Fe. 1866 9175 86 

Prince. Hist, sketches, N. Mex. 1883.. 975 77 
Webber. Old Hicks, the guide. 1868.. ♦917. 5 82 

Arizona. 

Browne. Apache country. 1869 91 7- 5 88 

CozzENS. Marvellous country. 1873... 917. 5 89 
Hamilton, ^//. Resources of Ariz. 1883.917. 5 179 

HiNTON. Hand-b'k to Ariz. 1878. . .917.5 W-io 

HoDc.E. Arizona as it is. 1876 917-5 I39 

MowRY. Arizona and Sonora. 1864 .... 917.5 85 

Powell. Expl. of Colorado river. 1872..917.5 B-2 

California and Nevada. 

All about California. 1871 917-5 Pam. 5 

Supplement to same. 1873 9^7-5 Pam. 6 

Auteroche. Voyage to Cal. 1778 508 2 

Bancroft, H. H. Hist. Pacific States: 

California. 1884 978 69 

Historical works of 975 Pam. 4 

Library of 975 Pam. 3 

Literary undertakings of 975 Pam. 2 

Capron. History of Cal. 1854 975 61 

Cone. Two years in Cal. 1876 9175 116 

Crofutt. Pacific-coast guide. 1879. .917.5 \V-8 

Frowd. Six months in Cal. 1872 917.5 114 

HrxTEL. Resources of Cal. 1874 917.5104 

Hutchings. Scenes in Cal. 1870 91 7- 5 W-9 

King. Mountaineering in the Sierra Ne- 
vada. 1872 551 22 

Lewis. G>'psies. 1881 917.5180 

NoRDHOFF. Califc)rnia; for health, etc.. 917.5 103 

Same. 1882 917. 5 102 

N. Cal., Oregon, etc. 1874 91 7- 5 ii5 

Norman. Popular hist. Cal. 1883 975 83 

Peabody. Early days. 1874 917-5 Pam. 3 

San Francisco. Annals; by Soule, r/ rz/. 975 60 

History; by Hittell. 1878 97565 

Sa-XON. Five years in Golden Gate 917.5 112 



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UNITED STATES: LOCAL HISTORY AND DESCRIPTION. 



Simpson. Shortest route to Cal. 1869. . 917.5 52 
Stevenson. Silverado squatters. 1884. .917.5 177 

Tevis. Beyond the Sierras. 1877 917.5 150 

Todd. California. 1880 *9i7.5 162 

Venegas. California. 1759. 2 v 917-5 99 

Oregon — Washington Ter. 

Adams. Oregon as it is. 1873 9i7.5.Pam. 2 

Atkinson. Northwest coast. 1878. 9 17. 5 Pam. i 
Bancroft, H. H. Hist. Pacific States: 

N. W. coast 978 78 

Barrows. Oregon, 1884. .. .• 975 7^ 

Brace. New West. 1867-1868 9175 i" 

Bui.FiNCH. Oregon and Eldorado. i866.*9i7.5 127 

Gray. Hist, of Oregon. 1792-1849 975 38 

Greenhow. Hist. Oregon and Cal. 1845. 975 59 

Leighton. Life at Puget Sound 917-5 176 

Miller. Unwritten history. 1874 917.5129 

Milton. San Juan boundary. 1869 975 67 

Nash. Oregon. 1877 9^7-5 149 

Two years in Oregon. 1S82 9175 166 

Small. Oregon, resources. 1S72 917.5122 

Todd. Sunset land, 1870 917.5 113 

Twiss. Oregon Territory. 1846 975 62 

Alaska. 

Dall. Alaska, resources. 1870 917.5 131 

Davidson. Coast pilot. 1869 917-5 B-7 

Elliott. Seal Islands, Alaska 317 D-B-33 

Jackson. Alaska. 1S80 917-5 ^57 

Morris. Report on Alaska. 1879 917-5 ^59 

Petrofk, Report on Alaska. 1881 917.5164 

Resources, etc., Ahiska. 1880 317 D-B-33 

Scidmore. Alaska. 1885 917.5190 

Whvmi'ER. Travel in Alaska. 1869 917.5 132 

Across the Continent. 

Bell. New tracks in N. Am. 1870 917-5 9' 

Blakk. On the wing. 1S83 917.5 173 

BowLK.s. Across the continent. 1865. . . 9X7-5 5^ 

Our new West. 1870 9175 55 

Coffin. Seat of empire. , 1870 9i7-5 97 

Clemens. Roughing it. 1S73 917-5 I34 

Same. 1881 9^7-5 ^3-\H 

CoDMAN. The round trip. 1879 917.5 153 

Dall. My first holiday. 1881 917-5 I33 

Gunnison. Rambles overland. 1884. . .917.5 178 
Jackson (" H. H."). Bits of^avel at 

home 917-5 146 

Lester. Atlantic to Pacific. 1873 917. 5 60 

LirriNCOTT. (Grace Greenwood). New 

life in new lands. 1873 917.5 22 

Ludlow. Heart of the continent. 1870. 917.5 58 

Parkman. Oregon trail *9i7-5 53 

Richardson. Beyond the Mississippi. . . 917.5 61 

♦ For youDfif readers 



Rideing. A-saddle in wild West. 1879. 

RusLiNG. Across America. 1874 

Sainte-Croix. De Paris k San Francisco, 

Taylor. Betn^-een the gates. 1878 

Victor. River of the west. 187 1 



RECENT GENERAL TRAVEL 
DESCRIPTION. 

Adams. Our Am. cousins. 1883 

Appleton's Guide. 1879 

Same. 1882 

Appleton's hand-book, Am. cities. 1876 . . 

Am*, travel. 1876 

Appleton's summer resorts. 1876 

Same. 1885 

Bachelder. Popular resorts 9] 

Ballantine. Old world and new. 1884 
Beecher. Circuit of continent. 1884. 91 

Berry. The other side. 1880 

Bishop. Four mo's in a sneak box 

Voyage of paper canoe. 1875 

BoDENSTEDT. Vom atlantischen zum stille 

ozean. 1882 

Boyd's hotel directory. 1872 < 

Bryant, fd. Picturesque Am. 2 v 

Campbell. White and black. 1879. . . 

Cask. U.S., historical, etc. 1878 

Dale. Impressions of Am. 1878 

Dall. Patty Gray's journey, Boston 

Mt. Vernon. 3 V 

Day. Life and soc. in Am. 1880. 2 v 

Dk Colange. National gazetteer Jt 

Dickinson. A ragged register. 1879. 
DibTURNELL. Sailing on great lakes, etc 
Dixon. New America. 1867 

White conquest. 18 76. 2 v 

Dodge. (Gail Hamilton). * Gala-days. 

Wool-gathering. 1868 

Faith FULL, Three visits to Am. 188^ 
Faxon. Hand-book of travel. 1874.. 
Freeman. Some impressions. 1883. 

Gaily nipper in Yankeeland. 1882 

Gannett. Approximate areas of U.S. 

Diet, of altitudes. 1884 

Elevations, W^ of Miss 

Glazier. American cities. 1883 

Griffin. The great republic. 1884. . . 
Hatton. Irving's impressions. 1884. . 

To-day in America. 1881. 2 v 

Hardman. Trip to Am. 1884 

Hardy. Between two oceans. 1884. . 

Cities and prairie lands. 1881 

Hawthorne. American note-books. 2 1 

% For reference. 



lTEr> STATES: RECENT GENERAL TRAVEL.— STATISTICS. 



96 



K . America. (Stanford's 
) 1883 191766 

Among tlie Am's. 1881.. .917.1 125 

raps. 1871 917.1 loi 

Western iworld. 1874 *9I7 63 

us, dcr l^euen Welt. 1885.. 91 7.1 146 

Across the ferry. 1871 91 7.1 100 

U. S. unmasked. 1879...917.1 109 
Througrh America. 1881..917.1 122 

Short trip-guide. 1874 917 W-3 

I. Notes in Am. 1877 917.1 90 

Old-world questions, etc 91 7.1 142 

:t. Fifth ave. to Alaska. 1884.917. i 138 

setters from Am. 1880 91 7.1 116 

iumbia and Canada. 1879 917. i 115 

rd by rail. 1871 917. i 99 

Hesperothen. 1881. 2V...917.1 127 
merica revisited. 1882. 2 v. .917.1 131 

ftAm. 1865. 2v 917.1 113 

5- Through the light continent.. 91 7. 1 120 
HR. Gazetteer U. S. 1874. .1:917.1 VV-6 

.\musement directory. 1871. . .917 W-6 

American society. 1870. 2 v. 397 i 
IAN. Am. and her commentators. 91 7.1 96 

Tour in Am. 1877 917. i 106 

De r atlantique au Mi^s 917. i 145 

I-ast winter in U. S. 1868 91 7.1 98 



Unitkl) States. 
pend 



Census. 1S80. 



Com- 
4317 



STATISTICS. 

Resources S. and W. 1853. . . 317 8 
_ Southern wealth, etc. i860.. 317 11 
GOR. Progress of Am. 1847... 317 B-2 

American facts. 1845 317 7 

}^G, fd. H'd-b*k statistics. 1874. 317 13 

1877 317 12 

. Outline of the U. S. 1824. . . 317 4 
States. Army. Sickness and 

laiity. 1855-1860 317 D-B-24 

I of statistics. Statistical ab- | 

as. 1S78-1883. 6v t3i7 63 

s. 1840 ^317 D-B-i 

of same }:3I7 D-B-2 

; of pensioners. 1840 }:3I7 D-Ii-4 , 

. 1850 t3i7 r)-B-5 

of fame ^3^7 D-B-7>^ 

;t of same t3i7 D-B-6 

ty statistics. 1850 ^3^7 l)-B-7 

. r86o. 4v t3i7 n-B-8 

preliminary report ^3^7 D-B-12 

1870. 3 V t3i7 D-B-13 

at same t3i7 n-B-i6 

i860 and 1870 t3i7 i7 ' 

♦ For young readers. 



D-B-25 

.Same : agriculture J317 D-B-28 

Same : cotton. 2 v J317 D-B-30 

Same : forests }:3i7 D-B-34 

Same : manufacturers 1:317 D-B-27 

Same : mortality and vital 317 D-B-36 

Same : newsp'rs, Alaska, shipb'ld'g. J317 D-B-33 

Same : petroleum ;». . 1:317 D-B-35 

Same : population 1:317 D-B-26 

Same : transportation J317 L)-B-29 

Same : valuation, debt, etc 1:317 D-B-32 

Census. 1870. Statis. atlas 317 C-i 

Prov. Mar. Gen. Statistics. 2v 317 D-B-22 

Warden. Acc't of the U. S. 1819. 3 v. 317 i 

Statistical Almanacs. 

Albany Argus almanac. i88o-'85. 5 v. . I317 65 
Albany Eve. Jour, almanac. i869-'85. 9V. I317 43 

American almanac. i830-'6i. 20 v 1:317 20 

Am. almanac; Spofford, ^//. 1878-85, 8 v.. :t3i7 19 
Merchants' and bankers' almanac. 1S63. 317 46 

National almanac. 1 863-1 S64. 2 v J317 40 

N. V. Eve. Express almanac. 1880 J317 61 

N. V. Graphic statistics. 1882 I317 66 

Tennent's nautical almanac. 1869 317 45 

Tribune almanac. 1838-1885. 8 v I317 42 

Local Statistics. 

Caliiorma. Alta-Cal. almanac. 1879-83 

5 v 317 Pam 2 

Natural wealth; by Cronise. 186S. ... 317 B-i 

State register. 1859 317 57 

Surveyor-Gcn's rep'ts: Statistics. 1S67- 

1S81 , 317 Pam. 3 

Kansas. Board of Ag. Statis. reports. 

1878-1884. 3 v 317 64 

Massaciitsetts. Census. 1875. 3 v. . 317 I)-i 
Minnesota. Com. of statistics. Rep'is. 

1877-1879. 3v 31760 

Missouri. Resources; by \Vaterhouse.317 Pam. 4 
New York. Annual reg. ; Williams, £*</. 

1S30-1840. 5 V 3^7 52 

Census. 1S45 I317 D-B-17 

Same. 1855 +317 l)-B-i8 

Same. 1865 1:317 lJ-B-19 

Same. 1875 I317 D-B-20 

State register. Ilolley, tu/, 1S43-1S45. 

3 V 317 47 

Same. 1S5S 317 50 

State register; Skinner, tv/. 1S30 317 51 

Ohio. Sec. of State. An. rep'ts. 1S71- 

1879. 9v 317 16 

Pacific coast almanac. 1S69 317 44 

X For reference. 



96 



THE ISLAND WORLD. 



Philadelphia. Manufactures; by Freelcy. 317 15 
Porter, ^/ a/. The west. 1800-1886 31767 



IMMIGRATION. 

Bromwell. Hist, of immigration to U. S. 325 8 
Chinese in the U. S. Reference list; by 

Foster, v. 2 16 55 

DuFFERiN. Irish emigration. 1867 325 5 

Great Britain. Itep't on emigrant accom> 

modation. 1881 325 B-i 



House of Rep. Rep't of Com. on Chine 
immigration. 1880 '■ 

Knox. John; our Chinese relations. . . 

N. Y. State. Com'rof emigrration.. Rept' 
1847-1860 

Sanderson. Republican landmarks 

Senate. Rep't of com. on Chinese imw 
gration. 1877 

Seward. Chinese immigration. 1881. 

Williams. Chinese immigration. 1879 



THE ISLAND WORLD. 



Callander. Terra Australis cognita. 3 v. 919 i 
NoRDHOFF. Stories of the island world. . *9i9 5 
Vincent. Thro' and thro' the tropics. . . . 919 4 
Wallace, f(/. Australasia. (Oceana.) 

Stanford's comp. 1879 t9'9-3 ^7 



MALAY ARCHIPELAGO. 

Belchkr. Voyage H. M. S. Samarang. 2 v. 919. i 8 
Bickmore. Travels in E. India arch. . . 919. i 12 
CoppiNGER. Cruiseof* Alert." i878-'82. 919 B-i 
Cravvfurd. Malayan and Polynesian 

races, etc. 1848 499 14 

Forbes. Naturalist in E. Archipelago.. . 919. i 15 
Keate. . Acc't of Pelew Islands. 1 873.. 919. i B-i 

MiDDLETON. Voyage. 1606 919. i i 

NEwnoLD. Settlements in the St's. 2 v. 919. i 6 

Raffles, ^</. Malay annals. 1821 991 2 

Wallace. Malay archipelago. 1869 . . . 919. i 13 
Windsor. Native races. 1853 •. . 572 19 



BORNEO. 

Bock. Head-hunters of Borneo. 1881.919.2 B-2 

Boyle. Among the Dyaks. 1S65 9192 i 

Brooke. Rajah of Sarawak; by Jacob. 2V.923.2 425 
Burbidce. Gardens of the sun. 1880. . 919.2 2 

Hatton. " New Ceylon." 1881 9192 3 

Keitel. Expedition to Borneo. 1846... 991 i 
McDougall. Life at Sarawak. 1883... 919.24 
St. John. Life in the forests. 2 v 919. i 10 



SUMATRA AND JAVA. 

Bradley. Wreck of the Nisero 919-2 5 ; 

Marsden. Hist. Sumatra. iSii 919.2 B-i 

Plates to same 919- 2 S-i . 

Raffles. Hist, of Java. 1S30. 2 v. . . 992 i 

Illustrations to same 992 B-i 

♦ For young readers 



PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. 

BovvRLNG. Visit to Philippine Isl'ds. '51 

CoMYN. Philippine Islands. 1821 

Gironi£re. In the Philippines. 1862. 

Same. 1868 

Jagor. Travels in Philippine Isl'ds. '7; 
MORGA, De. Philippine Islands. 186S 



AUSTRALASIA. 

Dillon. Voyagt in South seas. 1829. 

Eden. Fifth continent. 1882 

Hay. Brighter Briuin. 1882. 2 v. . . 
Powell. Wanderings. 1883 

AUSTRALIA. 

Barker. Letters to Guy. 1885 

BoNVViCK. First 20 y'rs of Aus. 1882. 

Chequered career, A. 1881 

Cornwallis. Panorama. 1859. 2 v. 
Dawson. Australian aborigines. 1881. 

Eden. Australia's heroes. 1881 

Eyre. Into central Aus. i840-*4i. 2 v. 
Greville,^^/. Year-b'k of Australia. i88« 
Hatton. Advance Australia. 1885... 
Hughes. Australian colonies. 1852. . . 
Inglis. Our Australian cousins. 1880. 

Jameson. Australia. 1852 

Jessop. Flindersland, etc. 1862. 2 v. 

JOBSON. Australia. 1862 

King. Survey of coasts. 1827. 2 v.. 
Major, e(/. Voyages to Terra Australis. 

Martin. Australia 

Mitchell. Interior of E. Aus. 1839.. 

Interior of tropical Aus. 1848 

P. D. Progress of Australia, etc. 1857 

Pfeiffer. Lady's voyage. 1852 

Read. What I heard, etc. 1853 

X For reference. 



AUSTRALIA.— POLYNESIA, ETC. 



97 



ist. of Australia. 1883. 3 v. 994 5 

iree colonies. 1853 919-4 2 

K into cent. Aus. 1846. 2 v. ..919.4 34 
^ravels. 1883 919-4 3^ 

Victoria. 

Colony of Victoria. 1875. ... 919.4 24 

year-book. i88o-i88i 319 2 

Travels in Victoria. 1863.. 919.3 16 
Two y'rs in Victoria. 1855. 2v. . 919.4 8 
z. Early hist. Victoria. 2 v. . 994 2 
iboume and Chincha Is. 1854.. 919.4 19 
w/. Aborigines of Vict. 2v.919.4B-2 

1870 9194 20 

1S84 9^9-4 Pam. i 

TH. Colony of Victoria. 1864. 994 i 

New South Wales. 

Wanderings in N. S. W. 2 v. 919.4 15 

h Wales. 1884 919-4 Psun. 2 

h Whales. Statistical reg. 1879.. 319 B-i 

s and resources. 1876 319 Pam. 2 

3. 1876 319 Pam. 3 

Exps. to interior. i8i 7-18. . 919,4 B-i 
say on New South Wales. 1876.. 919.4 17 
New South Wales. 1873. . . 919.4 25 
RTH. New South Wales. 1819. .919.4 14 
Voyage to N. S. Wales. 1790... 508 B-i 

Queensland. 

iy wife and I in Queensland 919-4 2i 

leensland Almanac. 1876 3^9 i 

id. 1884 919-4 Pam. 3 

Never, never land. 1884. . . . 919.4 37 

West Australia. 
\ustralia. 1884 919.4 Pam. 5 

South Australia. 
Etralia. 1884 919.4 Pam. 4 

Tasmania. 

The lost Tasmanian race. ... 572 43 

Hist, of Tasmania. 1884 994 8 

H. My home in Tasmania 919-3 12 

lian friends, etc. 1880 919- 3 22 

Voyage to Botany Bay. 1 789. .919. 3 B-i 
1884 919-4 Pam. 6 



NEW ZEALAND. 

UL The Maori war. i86o-*6i . 993 2 
Station amusements. 1874 919-3 1 1 

life in New Z. 1874 9^9 3 9 

1871 919-3 10 

Nev Zealand, etc. 1845 919.3 7 



Buller. Forty y'rs in New Z. 1878. . . 

New Zealand. 1S80 

Crawford. Travel in New Z. 1880. . . 
Gray. Traditional hist, of N. Z. race. . . 
Grekn. High Alps of New Z. 1883. . . 

Martin. Our Maoris. 1884 

Meade. Ride thro' New Z. 1870 

Natural wonders of New Z. 1881 

New Zealand. 1884 919. 

New Zealanders. 1847 

Nicholls. The king country. 1884,... 
Polack. New Zealanders. 1840. 2v. . 
Rusden. I list. New Zealand. 1883. 3V. 
Shortland. New Zealanders, 1856. . . 

Swainson. New Zealand. 1859 

VoGEL. Hand-book of New Z. 1875... 



919.3 14 
919.3 21 
919.3 19 
299 17 
919.3 28 
919.3 29 

919.3 8 
919.3 23 
3 Pam. I 

919-3 15 

919-3 30 

9193 3 

993 3 

919.3 5 
919.3 6 

919.3 18 



NEW GUINEA. 

Albertis, D'. New Guinea. 1880. 2 v. 919.53 
Chalmers aW Gill Work and adv. 

1877-1885 919.5 5 

Lawson. Wanderings in N. Guinea. . . . 919.5 a 



POLYNESIA.— MICRONESIA. 

Belcher. Mutineers of the Bounty 996 2 

Cooper. Coral lands. 1880. 2 v 919.6 19 

Coo IK. Western racific. 1883 919.6 29 

CuMMiNG. At home in Fiji. 1881. 2 v.. 919.6 21 

Lady's cruise. 1882. 2 v 919.6 24 

Ellis. Polynesian researches. 1833. 4 v. 919.6 9 
Kkskine. Cruise, W. Pacific. 1S53. ... 919.6 13 
Fornander. Polynesian race. 1878. 2v. . 9964 

P'rancis Isles of Pacific. 1882 919.6 28 

GrLL. Savajje life in Polynesia. 1880. . . 996 6 

H(n'K. Quest of coolies. 1872 919.6 17 

HoRNE A year in Fiji. 1881 919.623 

Lanc;. Polynesian nation. 1834 572 17 

Life in the .S. Pacific. 1861 919.6 16 

Mariner. Natives of Tonga Is. 1820.. 919.6 3 

Murray. Mission work. 1835-75 9^9-5 I 

Pai.mkr. Kidnapping in South .Seas .... 919.6 I 
Pe.mbroke ant/ Kinosley. South Sea 

bubbles. 1872 919.6 2 

Perkins. Na Motu. 1854 919.618 

Prii ( HARD. Queen Pomare 996 3 

RoMlLi.v. Story of W. Pacific. 1882 .. .919.6 26 

RussKLL. Polynesia. 1842 996 I 

St. J<^)HNS'roN. Camping among canni- 
bals. 1883 919.6 30 

Seeman. Viti. i8rH)-i86i 919.615 

Stewart. Visit to South Seas. 1831. 2 v. 919.67 



98 



POLYNESIA. — ARCTIC WORLD. 



Turner. Samoa. 1884 919.6 31 

Tyerman and Bennkti'. Journal of voy- 
ages. 1821-1829. 3v 919.64 

Williams and Calvert. Fiji and Fiji- 

ans. 1859 919.6 14 

WoRTLEY. Tahiti. 1882 9196 27 

SANDWICH ISLANDS. 

Anderson. Hawaiian islands. 1864 919-7 i 

Bingham. The Sandwich islands. 1848. 9972 



Bird. Hawaiian archipelago. 1876 .... 91^; 

Bliss. Paradise in the Pacific. 1873 919.^ 

CiiANEV. "Aloha!" r83o 919.: 

Cheever. Island world. 1850.... 919.^ 

Life in Sandwich islands. 1851 919.^ 

CoAN. Life in Hawaii. 1835-1881 919.^ 

CuMMiNt;. Fire fountains. 1883. 2v 919.7 

Hopkins. Hawaii. 1869 993 

JuDD. Honolulu. 1828-1861 919.1 

NiCHOi^ON. From sword to share. 1S81. 919.^ 
Thrum, ^£/. Hawaiian almanac. 1876.319 Pam 



THE ARCTIC WORLD. 



Arctic exploration. Reference list; by 

Foster, v. 4 16.55 

Arctic miscellanies. 1852 919.8 46 

Back. Arctic land expedition. 1835 9198 18 

Barrow. Voyages, Arctic regions. 1859. 919.86 
Beechey. Voyages towards north pole. . 919.8 20 

Belcher. Last Arctic voyages. 2 v 919.8 32 

Franklin, Sir]. Life; by Beesly *9i9.8 65 

Life; by Simonds 919.8 23 

Shores of polar sea. 1822 919.8 22 

Gilder. Schwatka's search. 1881 919.8 66 

Hall. Arctic researches. 1860-1862. .*9i9.8 47 

North polar expedition. 1876 919.8 B-3 

Second Arctic expedition. 1864-1869.. 919.8 B-5 

Hartvvk;. Polar world. 1869 *919.8 1 

Hayes. Arctic boat journey. 1854 919.8 36 

Land of desolation. 1872 *9I9.8 37 

Open polar sea. 1871 *9I9.8 39 

HowG.\TE. Cruise of the Florence 919.8 60 

Polar colonization 919.8 51 

Kane. Arctic explorations. 1853-55. 2v.*9i9.8 27 

U. S. Grinncll expedition. 1854 919.8 26 

Knights of the frozen sea. 1867 919.8 10 

Leslie, et al. Discovery in polar seas. . . 919.8 8 
Lord. Grinncll Arctic expcd. 1852. . . . 919.8 23 
McClintock. Voyage of the " Fox." . . 919.8 35 
McDougall. Voyage of the " Resolute." 919.8 31 

MacGahan. Under northern lights 919.8 43 

Markham. Polar reconnaissance. 1881. 919.8 63 
Threshold of unknown region. 1873.. . 919.8 42 

Whaling cruise. 1874 919.8 41 

Mayne, t*^. Discoveries in Arctics. 1862. 914 26 

Nares. Voyage to polar sea. 2 v 919.8 52 

Newcomb. Our lost explorers. 1884 . . .919.8 78 

North Georgia Gazette. 1821 919.8 B-4 

Nourse. Am. expl. in ice zones. 1884. . 919.8 76 
PaY£R. New lands. 1874 919.8 44 

•For younff 



Recent polar voyages. 1875-1876 *9I9.8. 

Richardson. Arctic searching exp 919*8 

SCHLKY and SoLEY. Rcscuc of Greeley . 919.8 
ScHWATKA. Nimrod in the north. iS85.*9i9.81 

Simpson. Life and travels. 1845 919.8 

Smucker. Arctic explorations. 1857.... 919.I 

TiLLOTSON. Adventures in the ice *9I9*^ 

Tyson. Arctic experiences. 1874 *9I9.8 

Whymper. Heroes of the Arctic *9X9-8 

Zeno, NicoLo fl«i/ Antonio. Voyages.. 91^1 



SEARCH FOR N. W. PASSAGl 

Baffin. Voyages. 1622 919-^ 

Co()K67/i</Clerke. Voyages. i776-'8o. 2T.919.8 

Frobisher. Voyages. 1578 91^ 

McClure. Discovery of N. W. passage. 919.8 

Parry. Second voyage. 1823 919-8 

Third voyage. 1825 919*8 

Three voyages. 1819-1825. 5 V 919*8 

Ross. Second voyage. 1833 919*8 1 

RuNDALL. Voyages toward N. W. 1496- 

1631 919J 



N. E. POLAR REGION. 

AUNET, De. Voyage d'une femme au l 

Spitzbergen 919*8 

Danenhower. Narrative of the "Jean- 

nette." 18S2 919.I 

DeLong. Voyage of " Jeannette." 2 v. . 919.I 
Gilder. Ice-pack and Tundra. 1883. . . 91^ 
HiLDEBRANDT. Winter in Spitzbergen . . 9i9.( 
Hooper. In tents of the Tuski. 1853. . W 

HovGAARD. Nordcnski6ld*s voya^ 91^ 

readers. 



ARCTIC WORLD. — MAPS AND ATLASES. 



99 



ichting^ in Arctic seas. 1876.. 919. 8 48 
In the Lena Delta. 1885... .919.8 77 
Li>. Arctic voyages. 1858-79. 919.8 61 

the Vega. 1881. 2v 919.868 

/ Marten. Documents on 

:en, etc. 1855 9198 2 

V^oyages of Barents. 1596. . 919.8 50 
ward Cathay. 1598 9^9-^ 4 



Voyage to Spitzbergen in 161 3 919.8 12 

Wrangell. Exp, to polar sea. 1823. ..919.8 17 



GREENLAND. 

Crantz. Hist. Greenland. 1767. 2v. . 
Manby. Voyage to Greenland. 1821. . 
Rink. Danish Greenland. 1877 



998 I 
.919.8 B-i 
. . 919.8 54 



MAPS AND ATLASES. 



HISTORICAL. 

Til. Map of acquisitions of 

I. 1884 914.7 C-2 

sical geog 9^^ C-io 

Atlas, ancient geog. 1832 912 4 

ON, Battlcsof Am. Rev. Plans. 971.2 63 

fj. Public schools hist, atlas. . 911 C-9 
las to memoirs of Marlborough.. 923. 2 B-ii 
i. Hist. geog. Europe. Maps.. 911 9 
Antiquities of England, etc.; 

of maps 9142 B-26 

iT. Europe by treaty. 1814- 

. 3 V 940 B-2 

N. Atlas, British hist 911 C-3 

il atlas 91 1 C-4 

ulas. i58o. 2v 9" C-5 

. .\f aps, Caesar's Gallic war . . . 937 C-i 
>Hection of early Am. maps at 
ih. Calcndarof;by Winsor. Har- 

l Univ. Bui. V. 3 16 B-17 

roN. Historical atlas. 1884... 911 C-8 

vk-ar. Maps 9^7-5 C-i 

map of Ky. and T^nn. 1863. .917.4 C-i 
UN IIL Atlas to " Histoire de 

ar." 937 R-2 

Plan of ancient Rome 9t4-5 C-i 

ist. Soc. Hist, map of Penn 973 B-3 

Atlas, classical hist. 1855 911 C-i 

Vntica. 1801 914-5 C-3 

Atlas to hist, of Waterloo 944-5 C-i 

I. Hand atlas fUr gcschichte des 
:clalters und Neueren zeit. 1880.. 911 C-7 

miversa 914-3 C-6 

IDES. Maps illustrative of 938 106 

-LE- Due. Atlas with *' La defense 

»aris.*' 1871 944.6 T-i 

j> tfW Thornbury. Maps to 
oodoD, old and new." 914-2 B-17 



MODERN GEOGRAPHY. 

Andree. Allgemeiner hand-atlas. 1881. 913 C-9 

Atlantischer Ozean. 1882 551 C-2 

Bradford an// Goodrich. Atlas. 1842. 913 C-5 

Bradley. Atlas of world. 1885 913 C-12 

Burr. Universal atlas 913 C-4 

CoLTON. General atlas. 1877 913 C-7 

Cram. Family atlas. 1883 913 C-ii 

Hughes. Atlas, comparative geog 911 C-2 

Johnson. Family atlas. 1873 913 C-3 

Johnston. National atlas 913 C-2 

Physical atlas. 1856 551 C-I 

Royal atlas. 18S2 913 C-IO 

Magnus. Commercial atlas. 1856 913 C-i 

Maps of the soc. for the diffusion of useful 

knowledge. 1844. 2 v. (Including 

numerous plans of cities) 910 C-I 

Miscellaneous maps 913 C-8 

Mitchell. New general ^tlas. 1863. . . 913 C-6 
Peterman's geog. mittheilungen; index of 

maps in; by Bliss. Harvard Univ. Bui. 

V. 2-3 16 B-17 



4-34- -t I.EUROPE. 

Great Britain. 

Devon. County. 1804 914.2 C-8 

Dublin. Maps 914. i C-3 

Edinburgh. Map 914. i C-2 

England. County maps 914.2 C-i 

Stanford's library map 914.2 C-IO 

England ^/W Wales. Map; by Bayly.. 914.2 C-3 

Hampshire. Map; by Kitchen 914.2 C-4 

Kent. County, 1808 914.2 C-5 

Liverpool. Map 914.2 C-9 

London. Maps to Walford and Thorn- 

bury's " London, old and new.". ...914.2 B-17 



100 



MAPS AND ATLASES. 



ScOTLAXD. Commercial map. 1782... 914. i C-i 
TuKBUDGE Wells. 1798 914-2 C-7 

France. 

France. Atlas national. 1790, 8 sections.. 914.4 C-i 

Same. 2 sections 914-4 C-5 

Carte. 1874 914-4 C-6 

Paris. Guide 914-4 C-3 

Plan de. 1880 914-4 C-7 

Toulouse. Plan. 1815 914-4 C-4 

Italy. 

Gknoa. La nuovapianta. 1868 914-5 C-i i 

looo Sinus Baianim 914. 5 C-7 

IfALY. Carte. 1821 914.5 C-4 

Map. 1795 Q14.5 C-5 

Mont-Cenis. Carte 914-5 C-6 

Naples and Pomfeil Maps 914-5 C-8 

Rome. Carta. 1805 914.5 C-2 

Plans, ancient and modem; by Clarke.. 9 14. 5 C-io 
Venice. Map 914.5 C-9 

Switzerland. 

Switzerland. Carte. 1786 914-11 C-i 

Zurich. Plan der sudt. 1814. 914. 11 C-2 



I 



Germany. 

BsRUN. Map 914-3 

Darmstadt. Plan 914.3 

Germany. Carte 9143 

Carte dcs Postes. 1786 9143 

Mayence. Plan 914-3 

Stuttgart. Map. 1821 914.3 

Vienna. Map 9143 

Netherlands. 

Antwerp. Plan de la \ulle et citadelle..9i4.9 
Holland and Belgium. Map; by Bar- 
tholomew 914-9 

Scheldt, Course of the. 1789 914*9 

Russia. 

Arrowsmith. Map of Russian acquisi- 
tions since Peter 1 914-7 

St. Petersburg. Map 914.7 



C-2 

C-i 



ASIA. 



Indian and Afghan frontiers. 1879 915.4 C-i 

Map, Southeastern Asia 915. i C-i 

Map of Yokohama 9»5-2 C-i 

Palestine Exploration Fund. Map of West. 

Palestine in 26 sheets. 1880 <)! 5.(> C-4 

Stanford's map of Countries bet. Constan- 
tinople and Calcutta. i8(k) 91 5>^> ^-3 

Williams. Map Chinese empire. 1882.. 91 5.1 C-2 



C-8 
C-I 

C-3 

C-2 

C-5 

C-4 
C-7 

C-2 

C-4 
C-I 



AFRICA. 

Johnston. General map Africa. 1885. .. 

Map of Central Africa 9 

Map of S. Africa 9 

Kiepert. Carte du Bassin da Congo. . .9 

Large scale map of Zulo land. 1879 9: 

Leake. Ms^> of Egypt 9] 

Maps of Stanley's *' Congo/* in case. 

Same < 

AMERICA. 

American military pocket atlas. 1 776 

Arrowsmith. Map N. America. 1802. 

George's shoal, chart. 1S37 91 

Rand, McN. & Co.'s business atlas, N. 

Am. 1881 

Sargent. Forests of N. Am. Maps. . . 

United States. 

Adirondacks. Stoddard's. Map. 1881..91 

Alabama. Colton's map. 1870 91 

U. S. land office map. 1879 917 

Alaska. Harbors of. 1869 91 

Arizona. Map; by Thayer. 1880 917 

Arkansas. Colton's map. 1882 917 

U. S. land office map. 1879 917 

Baltimore. Weishampel's map. 1880.. 917 

Boston. Hobbs' guide map. 1880 91 

Buffalo. Atlas; Hopkins & Co. 1872.. 90.^ 

Same. 1884 90.( 

Map; Hawks. 1881 9 

Reference and distance map; by Clog- 

her 90. 

[Sec also Eric Co., N. Y.J 
California. U. S. land office map. 

1879 917 

Chautauqua Co., N. Y. Hist. Atlas.. 917 

Chicago. Map. 1881 917 

Ci.NCiNNATi. Map 917 

Cleveland. Map. 1879 91" 

Colorado. Atlas; by Hayden. 1877.. 91 

U. S land office map. 1881 91* 

Connecticut. Colton's map, 1879 9' 

Dakota. U. S. land office map. 1882. .91; 

Delaware. Colton's Map. 1882 91 

Detroit. Map. 1878 91; 

Erie Co., N. Y. Topog. atlas; Stone & 
S. 1866 90. 

III. hist, atlas; Beers & Co. 1880. . .90. 
Florida. Colton's map. E. Fla. 1881..9 
Fremont's Rocky M t*s exp. ; maps. 1 842 . 9 

CiKoRGiA. Colton's map. 1879 9 

Idaho. Map;by R.,McN. & Co. 1883.. 91 

U. S. I'd office map. 1883 91 



MAPS AND ATLASES. 



101 



^ap; by Cram. 1881 917.5 C-ii 

>flfioe map. 1878 917.5 C-36 

dap; by Ciam. 1881 917.5 C-io 

Dffice. Map. 1878 917.5 C-35 

IS. Map; by Polk. 1880. .917.5 C-22 

p; by Cram. 1882 917-5 C-14 

Dflficc map. 1878 917.5 C-38 

lap 917.5 C-15 

office map. 1879 917.5 C-41 

rv. Map; by Wright. 1880.. 917. 5 C-28 

State univ. map. 1880 917.4 C-9 

office map. 1879 917.4 C-18 

Bolton's map. 1880 917.2 C-5 

>. Colton's map. 1882 917.4 C-2 

Map; by Cram. 1881 917-5 C-9 

\ office map. 1878 917.5 C-34 

EE. Map 917.5 C-30 

>us. Map; by Rice. 1881.. 917.5 C-26 
PA. Map; by Cram. 1881.. 917.5 C-13 

d office map. 1879 917.5 39 

PI. Colton*s map. 1882 917.4 C-8 

d office map. 1879 917-4 C-17 

:. U. S. rd office map. 1879.. 917.4 C-14 
\- U. S. Td office map. 1883..917.5 C-44 

A. Map. 1880 917.$ C-19 

'd office map. 1879 917-5 C-40 

U. S. I'd office map. 1879. .917 5 C-48 
MPSHIRE. Colton's map. 1875.917.2 C-4 

SEV. Colton's map. 1880 917.3 C-9 

5 map. 1778 917-3 C-7 

xico. Map. 1880 917-5 C-6 

and office map. 1882 917-5 C-47 

LEANS. Plan 917.4 C-13 

IK CiTy. Hobbe's guide map. 

917.3 C-15 

IK State. Ashcr and Adams' 

917.3 C-6 

yBurr. 1829 9^7.3 C-i 

kNsLlly & Co.'s map. 1882.. 917.3 C-13 
ROLiSA, Colton's map. 1881.. 917.4 C-3 

p; by R., McN. &Co 917.5 C-8 

^Sce map. 1878 9^7.5 C-33 

fap. 184I 4 917-5 C-i 

fficcmap. 1879 917.5 C-50 



Oregon and Cm.. Map. 1848 917.5 C-i 

Oregon aM^ Wash. Ter. Map; by Gill. 

.1878 917.5 C-18 

Pennsylvania. Rand, McN. &Co.'smap. 

1882 917.3 C-14 

Philadelphia. Map Q17.3 C-ii 

Pittsburgh. Map. 1878 917.3 C-ia 

Rhode Island. Thompson's map 917.2 C-i 

St. Louis. Map; by Campbell 917.5 C-27 

St. Paul. Map; by Rice. 1881 917.5 C-25 

San Francisco. Charts, entrance to bay.. 91 7. 5 C-4 

Map; by Bancroft. 188 1 917.5 C-29 

South Carolina. Colton's map. 1881.. 917.4 C-4 
Texas. Map. 1844 917.5 C-i 

Rand, McN. & Co.'s map. 1882 917.4 C-12 

United States. Map (about 1800); by 

Arrowsmith 917. i C-i 

Land Office map of U. S. 1881 91 7. 1 C-2 

Utah. Map; by Froiseth. 1879 917.5 C-16 

U. S. I'd office map. 1879 9^7-5 C-45 

Vermont. Colton's map. 1876 917.2 C-3 

Virginia. Colton's map. 1882 917.4 C-2 

West Virginia. Colton's map. 1882. .917.4 C-a 
Wheeler's survey W. looth merid. Maps. 

1875 917.5 C-^ 

Wisconsin. Map; by Cram. 1882. . .917.5 C-12 

Map; by R., McN. & Co. 1883 917.5 C-31 

U. S. I'd office map. 1878 917.5 C-37 

Canada. 

Canada. Map; by Sauthier. 1777 917.6 C-l 

Map of Lower C. ; by Holland. 1803. .917.6 C-3 

Map of railways. 1882 917.6 C-6 

Map of Upper C; by Smyth. 1800. .917.6 C-2 
Montreal. Map. 1873 917.6 C-4 

Quebec. Plan. 1875 917.6 C-5 

Mexico. 
Glumer. Railway centre, Mexico 917.8 C-a 

Central America. 
Maps inter-oceanic canal. 1859 917.8 C-l 

West Indies. 
Arrowsmith. Map of W. Indies 917.9 C-i 



102 



BIOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS. 



BIOGRAPHY- GENEALOGY- HERALDR 



BIOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS. 



GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. 

Adams, ed. Cyclop, of female biog J920 12 

Adams. Women travellers. 1883 928 20 

Wrecked lives. 1880. 2 v *92o 174 

Aiken and Enfield. General biog. 7 v . ^920 "B-i 
Allen. Biog's of workingmen. 1884. . . 920 197 

Anderson. Kings of society 920 27 

Artman and Hall. The blind. 1854. . 920 127 
Baldwin. Representative women. 1856.. 920 38 

Balfour. Working women 920 67 

Bates. Maclise portrait gallery 920 196 

Becker. Adventurous lives. 1878. 2 v.. 920 168 
BiNGLEY, W. Biog. conversations. 1818. 926 10 

Same. 1819 926 11 

.Biog. dictionary. Aa to Az. 1844. 7 v. . .t920 180 
Blake. Biographical dictionary. 1853.J920 B-9 

BOGART. Who goes there ? 1866 920 56 

Brantome. Dames galantes. 2v 944 112 

Dames illustres. 2 v 944 11 1 

Vies des hommes illustres. 3 v 944 1 16 

Bright WELL. Curious and romantic lives. . *920 63 
Bruce. Classic and hist, port's. 1854.. . 920 26 
BULWER. Historical characters. 1868. 2 v. 920 45 
Gates, ed. Diet, of biography. 1867. ..^920 114 
Chalmers, ed. Biog. diet. 18 12. 32 v. ^920 69 

Ghamplin. Young folks' cyclop ^920 176 

Ghesney. Essay in military biog. 1874. 923 I 

Children's story-book. 1870 *920 138 

Grossland. Memorable women. 1854.. 920 39 
Crowe and James. Foreign statesmen. 

1833. 5 V 923 26 

Gust. Warriors of 17th century. 2 v. . . 923 21 
Davenport. Diet, of biography. 1832. ^920 7 

JOe Quincey. Biog. essays. 1850 920 126 

DORAN. Monarchs retired. 2 v 904 15 

Dulcken.^*^. Worthies of the world. i88i.*920 179 
Eadie and Bowen, et al. Imperial diet. 

of biog. 5 V J920 B-13 

Edgar. Footpr'ts of famous men. 1854. *92o 34 

Sea-kings and heroes. 1863 *923 7 

Edwards. Six life-studies. 1880 920 124 

Ellis. Mothers of great men. 1883 . . . 920 194 

♦ For youQff readers. 



Eminent men. 4 v 9: 

Eminent persons. 1880 9: 

Famous boys *9J 

Field. Memories of many men. 1874. . < 
Fitzgerald. Kings and queens of an 

hour. 1883. 2 V 921 

Gilman. Kings, queens and barbarians. *< 
Goodrich. Curiosities of human nature. < 
Gronow. Celebrities, London and Paris. < 

Halk. Woman's record. 1853 Jc 

Hawks, ed. Appleton's cyclo. of biog..t920 
Haydn. Universal index of biog. 1870.. \ 

H.\ys. Women of the day. 1885 *9S 

Hay ward. Eminent statesmen. 2 v. . 9: 
Hewett, ed. Illustrious women. 1866. < 
Higgins. Women of Europe, 15th and 

i6th cent's. 1885. v. 1-2 91 

Hist, and literary celebrities. 1869 < 

Hoefer, ed. Nouvelle biog. generale. 

1857. 46 V J91 

Holt. Royal ladies. 1861. 2 v < 

Houghton. Monographs. 1873 < 

Houssaye. Men and women. i8th 

century. 1852. 2v < 

Howard. Biog. illustrations. 1830.... 99 
Hundred greatest men. (Ports.) 4 v. . . 93 
Hunt. Romances of real life. 1846.... 91 
Index of obituary notices. i88o-'8i. 2 v.*9J 
International portrait gallery. 1879. 2 v.. 92c 
James. Great commanders. 1835. 2 v. 
Jameson. Fem^e sovereigns. 1831. 2 v. \ 

Same. 1832. 2v i 

Jenkins. Heroines of history. 1853... 

Knight. Gallery of portraits. 7 v 92c 

Lamartine. Celebrated characters. 3 v. < 

Vie des grands hommes. .1859. 4 v. . . 9; 
Lempriere. Universal biography. 1808. : 
McCarthy. Modern leaders. 1872. ... 9 

McGee. Irishmen's sons. 1874 

Martineau. Biog. sketches. 1869 < 

Masson. Celebrated children. 1853....*! 
Maunder. Biog. treasury. 1870. % 

% For reference. 



.*., 



BIOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS. 



103 



X852 t920 15 

920 16 

920 17 

920 17 

920 17 

kl favorites. 1865. 2 v. . 923 31 
roes of discovery. 1868.. *g26 4 

. essays. 1884 920 198 

men 920 32 

ling stars of the new world. 920 57 

lent vromen of the age 920 10 

c of biog. 1869 920 9 

t. of biog. reference. 1871.1:920 113 

oes 923 8 

r universal biog. 1825. 5 v. J920 2 
Tontemporary port's. 1880. 920 170 
It men of European history. 923 9 

nt. 1861 t920 14 

eminiscences of eminent men. 

v 920 49 

ncn. 920 31 

general biog. diet. 12 v. . .^920 loi 

'.xtraordinary men. 1853 92030 

ary women. 1864 920 66 



Telebrated travelers. 3 V. 



^926 I 



doings of great men 920 35 

ief biographies *920 29 

(. Half-hours with ambassa- 

1883 923 37 

idex to port's in Eclectic ^920 199 

Romantic biog. of the age of 
th. 1842. 2v 920 190 

■Enterprise and adventure *920 68 

^ Lippincott's universal dic- 

1870. 2v ^920 B- 1 1 

Celebrated friendships. 2»v. 920 192 

[en of mark. 1880 923 25 

«f. Essays, biog.,1stc. 1857. 920 48 
ed. Heroism and adventure. *920 132 

*920 140 

Amours of great men. 2 v. . . 920 141 

Diet, des contemporains. 

2 v t920 B-25 

(Thomson.) Queens of so- 

1861 923 15 

beaux. 1861 923 16 

, ed. Men of mark. (Port's.) 

7 v 920 B-18 

llustrious soldiers. 1874 923 5 

^ Caulfield. Wonderful char- 

920 47 

lostrious shoemakers. 1883.. 920 188 

listory 920 44 

tnts and dwarfs. 1868 920 55 

* For youni^ readers. 



Ancient. 

Anton. New classical diet. 1871 920.6 8 

Goodrich. Men of ancient times. i844.*920.6 7 
Plutarch. For boys and girls; ed. by 

White 4:920.6 13 

Lives ; Dryden's tr. ; ed. by Clough. 

1863. 5 V 920.6 I 

Old world worthies. (Selections.) *920.6 6 

Our young folks Plutarch ; ed. by Kauf- 
man. 1883 *920.6 12 

Smith, W., ed. Diet. Greek and Ro/nan 

biog. 1844. 3 V ^920.6 9 

Great Britain. 

Almon. Anecdotes. 1797. 3 v 920.2 61 

Annual biography. 1817 to 1837. 21 v. . .I920.2 i 

Bagehot. Biog. studies. 1881 923.2 462 

Berkeley. Anecdotes of upper ten thou- 
sand.. 1867. 2v 920.259 

Blaikie. Leaders in philanthrophy 923.2 561 

Bourne. London merchants. 1869. . .*923.2 99 

British Plutarch. 1795. 8 v 920.2 40)^ 

British statesmen. (Lardner's Cab. C). .923.2 493 
Burnet. Lives, characters, etc. 1833. .920.2 73 
Chambers, ^^. Eminent Scotsmen. 5 v..j:920.2 54 
Chambers. Remarkable persons. 1878. .920.2 65 

Stories of old families. 1878 920.2 64 

Clinton. Sword and pen. 1869 920.2 49 

Cole. Generals of Peninsular war 923.2 235 

Coleridge. Biographia Borealis. 1833. .920.2 66 

Creasy. Eminent Etonians. 1876 920.2 53 

Cunningham, ed. Eminent Englishmen. 

1840. 8 V 920.2 22 

Davidson. Eminent radicals. 1880 923.2459 

Eminent statesmen. (Lardner's Cab. Cyc.)923.2 80 
Essex, Earls of. Lives; by Devereaux. 

1853. 2 V 923.2 502 

Fortunes made in business. 1884. 2 v. . 926.2 48 

Francis. Orators of the age. 1847 923.2 93 

Fuller. Worthies of Eng. 1811. 2V..920.2B-1 
Gleig. Eminent commanders. 3 v. . . .923.2 490 
Gould. Yorkshire oddities. 1877. 2 v. .920.270 

Grant. Cavaliers of fortune 923.2 283 

Military historiettes. 1866 923.2 416 

Higginson. Biog's of statesmen. 1875.. 923.2 85 
HoDDER. Heroes of Britain. 1883. 2v.*920.2 B-3 

Hutton. Castles and their heroes *923.2 lOO 

Jameson. Beauties, Court of Chas. n..923.2 164 

Kay. Indian officers. 1867. 2 v 923.2 96 

Lodge. Portraits, illustrious persons. 8 v. 920.2 33 
Macdiarmid. British statesmen. 2 v. . 923.2 74 

Mason. Great triumphs. 1882 *92o.2 75 

Maurice. Popular leaders, middle ages. .923.2 429 
Old England's worthies. 1847 920.2 R-i 

% For reference. 



104 



BIOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS: LITERATURE. 



Page. Leaders of men. 1880 *92o.2 48 

Parry. Cambrian Plutarch. 1834. 920.2 32 

Paul. Biographical sketches. 1883 920.274 

. Playfair. Political portraits. 1813. 3 v.. 923.2 89 

Political portraits. 1873 923.2 88 

Ralfe. Naval biog. 1828. 4v 923.2 B-6 

Reid. Politicians of to-day. 1880. 2 v. .923.2465 

Ritchie. British Senators. 1869 923.2 84 

Rogers, J. E. T. Hist, gleanings. 2 v. .923.2 585 
SouTHEYa/i^/BELL. British admirals. 5V.923.2 485 
Stephen, ed. Diet, of national biog. 

1885. v' 1-3 ^920.2 78 

TiMBS. English eccentrics. 1866. 2 v.. 920.2 30 
Tytler. Scottish worthies. 1831. 3 V.. 920.2 67 
Whiteside. Eminent persons. 1870.. . 923.2 98 

United States. 

Allen. American biog. diet. 1857. . .^920.1 B-7 

Bailey. Amer. governors. 1846 923.1 152 

Belknap. American biography. 2v...t92o.i i 
^RADFORD. Distinguished men in N. Eng. 920.1 36 

Brockett. Men of our day. 1868 923. i 235 

Bungay. Off-hand takings 920. 141 

Carroll. Twelve Americans. 1883. ... 920. i 44 
Clement, ed. Noble deeds of Am. women . 920. i 40 
Cooper. Am. naval officers. 1846. .. .923. i 483 
CuLLtiM. Register U.S. Military Academy. 

1802-1867. 3 v 923.1 387 

Delaplaine. Repository. 1815. 3 v.. 920.1 B-4 
Drake. Diet, of Am. biography. i872.:t92o.i B-i 

Eliott. Biog. dictionary. 1809 ^920.1 3 

Ellet. Pioneer women of the west. . . .923.1 324 

Queens of Am. society. 1868 923.1 367 

FiSKE. Prominent New Yorkers. 1884.. 920.1 46 
Glazier. Heroes of three wars. 1880. .923.1 410 

Hanaford. Daughters of America 920.1 45 

Hartley. Heroes and patriots of South. 923.1 106 
Headley, et ai. Public men of to-day. .923.1 443 
Heroes and hunters of the west. 1853. . .923.1 323 
Herring and Longacre, td. National 

portrait gallery. 1834. 2 v 920.1 B-2 

'HiGGiNSON, etai. Harvard memorial biog- 
raphies. 1866. 2v 923.1415 

■Hoi.loway. Ladies of the White House. 923. 1 381 
Hough, Comp, American biog. notes. .. ^920. i 42 

Hunt. American merchants. 2 v 923.1 341 

'KOERNER. Das Deutsche element. 1880.. 923.1 398 
Lanman. Biog. annals of government.. 923. 1 B-8 
•Livingston. Port'ts of eminent Ameri- 
cans. 1853. 2v 920.14 

sJLoRlNG. Hundred Boston orators. 1852.923. i 319 

X,0SSING. Our countrymen. 1855 920.1 37 

Lynch. Naval life. 1851 923.1370 

McBride. Pioneer biography. 2 v 920. i 6 

♦ For young readers. 



McCabe. Great fortunes. 1871 

Our famous women. 1884 

Parker, T. Historic Americams. 1872.9 
Parton. Famous Americans, recent .... 
Scoville. Old merchants of N. Y. 1863- 

1870. 5v 9 

Sibley. Graduates of Harvard. 1642- 

1689. 3 V 9s 

Sims. Trappers of New York. i860. . .9; 
Sparks, ed. Library of Am. biog. 1834- 

1839. 10 V • 

Same, 2d series. 1844-48. 15 v < 

Stowe. Men of our time. 1868 9 

Wyatt. Generals, commodores, etc... 92 

France. 

Challice. Illustrious women. 1873 . . . 
Cormenin. Orators of France. 1847... 1 
Daudet, et al. French celebrities. 1883. 
Hamerton. Modern Frenchmen. 187S. 

King. Brief biog's. 1876 

Sainte-Beuve. Celebrated women. 186S. 
Portraits de femmes. 1870 



Macedo. 
Oliphant 
Quintana 
Strauss. 

1875. 
Trollope 

Wyatt. 



Other Countries. 

Brazilian biog. annual. 3 v. . . 
Makers of Florence. 1877. 
. Celebrated Spaniards. 1833. 
Brief biog. sketches. (German.) 

2 V 

. Decadeof Italian women. 2 v. 
Hungarian celebraties. 1871 . . 



LITERATURE. 

Books and authors 

Brougham. Men of letters, time of 

George III. 1855 

Collas. Authors of Eag. (Port's) 9s 

Disraeli. Literary character. 1818 

Jameson. Loves of the poets. 2 v 

Same, entitled, " Romance of biog." 2 v. 
Johnson, /•</. Little classics. Authors.. 
Kavanagh. Eng. and Fr. women of 

letters 

Keddie. Cyclop, of literary anecdote 

Longfellov^'. Poets and poetry of 

Europe. 1845. 2v 

Madden. Infirmities of genius. 2 v. . . 

M itchell. About old story-tellers .'. 

Ryan. Poetry and poets. 1826. 3 v. .. 

Shepard, (Walsh), ed. The literary life. . 

Pen pictures, modem authors. 1882. . . 

X For reference. 



BIOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS: LITERATURE. — ART. 



105 



Engush Literature. 

Dict'ry of £ng. literature. 
171. 3 V ^928 B-i 

British Authors. 

. Biog^raphia dramatica. 4v. .928.2 268 

British authors. 1816 928.2 3 

tt a/, British dramatists 928.2 272 

res of Eng. poets. 1846 928.2 264 

Cyclop, of Eng. literature. 

2 V t820.2 166 

3Cts of Gt. Britain and I. 5 v. 928.2 17 

Hist. English literature 820.2 179 

English literature. 1873 820.2 16 

Hist, of booksellers 928.2 267 

Heroes of literature. 1883. . .*928.2 449 

Quarrels of authors. 1859. ..928.2 263 
S. A.,^/a/. Eminent literary 

1836. 3 V 928.2 388 

s. Poets laureate. 1879 928.2 327 

Pleasant authors for young 

1884 *928.2 456 

Spirit of the age. 1854 928.2 27 

'. Authors of the day. 1879.928.2 Pam. i 
•J, New spirit of the age. 1855. 928.2 28 

Homes and haunts of poets. 

2v 928.222 

Chief lives of the poets 928.2 16 

Qt Eng. poets. 1819. 3 v 928.2 12 

Shadows of old booksellers 928.2 11 

CE. British historians. 2 v. . . . 928.2 25 
fit. Traits of British authors. 4 v.928.2 471 
Literature and literary men. 2 v. 820.2 9 
. English literature, reign of 

aria. 1881 820.2 205 

H. Scottish poets. 1883 928.2 424 

, Mrs. R. Book of Sibyls 928.2 440 

ON. English poetesses. 1883 .928.2 446 

. Famous poets. 1878 928.2 15 

t (Walsh), a/. Pen pictures 928.2 439 

'. Uneducated poets. 1836 928.2 24 

Songstresses of Scotland. 2 v. 928.2 9 
K. Royal and noble authors. 5 v. 928.2 4 

Athenae Oxoniensis. 1848 938.2266 

1721 928.2 S-i 

Literary characters. 2v 928.2 i 

American Authors. 

Hand-book of Am. authors 928.1 97 

i, A century of American liter- 

5. I776-I876 820.1 33 

UAM. Newspaper literature. 2 v. 928.1 3 

L Famous funny fellows 928. i 85 

«. Writen of the south. 1869.. 928.1 53 

* For young readers. 



Derby. Fifty years among authors, etc.. 928.1 iii 
DUYCKINCK. Cyclopaedia of American 

literature. 1877. 2 v }:82o. i B-i 

GiLMAN, ^'/ a/. Poets' homes. 1879... 928.1 57 
Homes and haunts of our elder poets. . . .928.1 R-2 

Hopkins. Newspaper poets. 1876 928.1 2 

Same. 1879 928.1 2% 

NiCHOL. American literature 820. i 36 

Powell. Living authors of Am. 1850. 928.1 i 
Tyler. History of American literature. 

1607-1765. 2v 820.1 31 

Wynne. Literary and scientific men 920.1 38 

France. 

Besant. French humorists. 1874 928.43 

Challice. French authors at home. 2 v, 928.4 i 
Davesiks de Pontes. Poets and poetry 

of Germany. 1858. 2v 831 i 

Edwards. Biograph. history of French 

Academy. 1864 928.4 4 

Gautier. Famous French authors 928.4 56 

Mauris. French men of letters. 1880. . 928.4 68 
Pollock. French poets. 1879 928.4 91 

Germany. 
Hedge. Prose writers of Gcr. 1849 .... 830 5 

Italy. 

Shelley, et al. Literary and scientific 

men of Italy. 1841. 2v 920.52 

The same. 1835. 3v 920.5 8 

Stebbing. Italian poets, 1832. 3v... 928.5 i 
Trollope. Homes and haunts of Italian 

poets. 1881. 2 V 928.5 27 

Persia. 
OusELEY. Biog. notices of Persian poets.. 928.5 18 



ART. 

Art and artists 927 7 

Bryan. Diet, of painters and eng's J927 B-i 

Busby. Concert-room anecdotes. 3v... 927 11 

Butter WORTH. Great composers. 1SS4. 927 47 

Clayton. Queens of song. 1865 927 10 

Clement. Painters, sculptors, etc. 1874. 927 31 

Clement and IIutton. Artists of the 

19th century. 1879. 2 v ^927 36 

Dictionary of musicians. 1824. 2 v ^92 7 32 

Dramatic table-talk. 1825. 3v 927 14 

Eastlake. Five great painters, 2 v.... 92745 

Ellet. Women artists. 1859 927 22 

Famous painters. 1876 927 19 

Ferris. Great singers. 1880 927 38 

Same, 2d series 927 42 

Violinists and pianists. 1881 92743 

X For reference. 



IOC 



BIOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS: ART. — SCIENCE, ETC. 



I 



I 



Grove, ed. Diet, of music and musicians. 

3v t78o 38 

HOBBES. Picture collector's manual. 2 v. 927 17 
Jervis. Painting and painters. 1854. 2 v. 927*3 
March RSE. Painters, order of St. Dom- 
inic. 1852. 2v 927.5 I 

Mkynell. Some modern artists. 1883. . 927 B-5 
MiLlziA. Celebrated architects. 2 v. . . . 927 20 

Musical biography. 18 14. 2 v 927 8 

Otti.ey. Recent painters and eng's ^927 B-2 

PiLKiNGTo.N. Diet, of painters. 1852. . . ^927 i 

Portraits of painters, etc. 1739 927 B-4 

QuiNCY. Architectes du XIe-XVIII« 

sidles. 1830. 2v 92739 

Robertson. Great painters. 1877 927 R-i 

Shedp. Famous sculptors. 1881 927 44 

Spooner. Anecdotesof painters, etc. 3 v. 927 28 , 

Biog. history of fine arts. 1873 ^927 B-3 : 

Dictionar)' of painters. 1S53 ^927 2 ; 

Thespian dictionary. 1802 927 34 ■ 

Tyti.er (KeddieV Modem painters *927 6 

Musical composers. 1S75 '927 35 

Old masters. 1S74 *927 5 

Vasari. Lives of painters, etc. 6 v. . . . 927 23 

Great Britain. 

Baker. English actors. 1879. 2 v. . . . 927.2 37 
Barrett. English church composers. . .927.2 129 
Cooke. Hours with the players. 2 v.. 927.2 127 
Cl'N.NlNOHAM. British painters, etc. 3v.. 927.2 66 

Pascok. a/. Dramatic list. 1S79 927.2 log 

RrssELL. Representative actors 927.2 21 ■ 

Thornbi'RY. British artists. 1S61. 2 v.. 927.2 63 

TlMBs. Anecdote lives of si.x artists 927.2 65 

WalpoI-E. Anecdotes of painting. 1871. 927.2 i 

I'.MTEn States. 

American artists. iSSi 927. i B-3 

American stage, i S70 927. 116 

Baker. American engravere, 1S75 927.1 1 

Lester. Artists of .\merica. 1S46 927.1 13 

?!&>*$ and players. 1S75 927.1 17 

Italy. 

Ferris. Ita!-.in and French cc^mposers , . 927.4 9 
James^>n. K.ir'.y Italian piir.ters. 1S79.. 927.5 30 
QriNVY. Q. Dr. I t.il ran painters. 1S46. . 927.5 14 
VaSw\RI. Stories of artists, I^^5 *927.5 64 

Gfrmany am^ Nkthfri-vnps. 

B.\RNARi\ Tore masters. 1570. 2v •927.5 15 

Crowe J«r-' Ca\ vicasflie. Flemish 

painters. 1^72 927.5 27 

Cower. Figure painters of HoIIoxk! 927.5 39 

* For r»20C readers^ 



Great German composers. 1878. 
Scott. Little masters. 1879. . 



France. 

Fours EL. Painters. — Sculptcurs. i874..< 



SCIENCE AND USEFUL ART 

Arago. Biogs. of scientific men. 2 v. . . 
Brewster. Martyrs of science. 1870. . 
Brightwell. Lives of labor. 1872 

Lives of naturalists, etc. 1862 

Brougham. Philosophers, time of Geo. Ill 
Cassino. Naturalist's directory. 187: 

and 18S0 925. 

DuxcA.N. Heroes of science: Botanists 

etc. 1882 

Howe. Am. mechanics. 1858 

Invention and discovery 

Jkans. Creators of the age of steel 

Lewis. Heroes of science: Mechanicians 
MacGii.livray. Eminent zoologists... 
Morton. Heroes of science: Astronomers 
Parton. Capuins of industry. 1884.. 
P.VTTISON. Heroes of science: Chemists. 

Professional anecdotes. 1825. 3 v 

Smiles. Industrial biog. 1864 

Lives of the engineers. 1861. 3 v. . . 

Men of invention, etc. 1884 

Stuart. Engineers. 1871 

Tii.\CHER. .\m. medical biog. 1828... 
TiMBS. Stories of inventors, etc. 1863. 

Walker. Men of science. 1864 

Williams. Amer. medical biog. 1845. 

BENCH AND BAR. 

BiGELOW. Bench and bar. 1867 

Law and lawvers 

Gre.vt Britain. 

Brightwell. Great lawy^ers. 1866...* 
C.VMPBELL. Atrocious judges. 1856 

Chief justices. 2 v 

Lord ChanceHors. 1S47. 7 V 

Foss. Judges, iS48-'64. 9T 

Westminster Hall. 1S74. 2 r 

Grant. Bench and bar. 1S37. 2 v. . . 
O'Fi-VNAGAN. Lord Chancellors. 2 v. 
Rv^sci^E. British lawj-rrs. 1S30 

Some. 1541. 2v 

Wcstnc:us»r Hall. 1S25. 3 v 

Sheiu Irish bar. 2 v 

Some. I^^4• 2v 

TowNssND. Tvehv eminent judges. 2 

X For iciuuKK. 



BIOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS: BAR.— RELIGION, ETC. 



1()7 



United States. 

The forum. 1856. 2 v. 923.1 307 

lecdotes, Cincinnati. 1880. 923.1 408 
Lives of the chief justices. 

2 V 923. 1 297 

ich and bar of the South 923.1 357 

ench and bar of Ga. 2 v 923.1 310 

iench and barof N.Y. 1870.. 923.1 356 

jrt of the U. S. 1877 923.1 B-9 

30RD. Chief justices. 1854. .923. i 299 

Durtsand lawyers of Me 923.1 309 



922 22 
922 62 
922 60 
922 26 



RELIGION. 

!eroes of the cross. 18S0 922 52 

les of Christians. 5 v 922 6 

*ious women. 1834 922 4 

-.ives of the saints. 12 v 922 34 

. Prophets of Christendom .. . 922 61 

hers of the church. 1840. 3 v. 922.6 45 

Women of Christendom 922 53 

and doctors 922 25 

ife's motto 922 17 

saintly workers. 1878 922 20 

fter God 921.6 i 

nety of . Bio^r. 1870 922.2167 

Saints and their symbols 922 57 

Champions of the reformation. '922 48 
lethodist ministers. 1853. • • • 
[res of the saints. 1872. 15 v. 
Heretics of yesterday. 1885. 
rclesiastical biog. 1845. 8 ▼. 

Cyclop, of religious biog 922 5 

. Women of Christianity 922 19 

Hermits. 1868 922.65 

Clerical anecdotes. 1881... 922 54 

Half-hours with saints. 1865. 922 47 

Christian legends 922.6 73 

Apostles of mediaeval Europe. 922 46 

ingers and songs of the church. 

Heroines of the mission field. . 

Women of Methodism. 1866. 

Great missionaries. 1870. . . 

t. Schoolmen of the middle 

1881 92256 

Leaders of the reformation . . . 922 51 

Antitrinitarian biog. 3 v. . . . 922 i 

Defenders of the faith 922.6 52 

Old portraits, etc. 1850 922 iS 

ioneers and founders 922 50 

Biblical. 

Women of Israel. 1851. 2 ▼. 922.6 12 

r86S. ST 922.6 14 



922 23 

922 55 
922 21 
922 49 



AsHTON. Mothers of the Bible. 1855. . . 922.6 18 

Boys of holy writ *922.6 20 

Guthrie. Old'^estamcnt characters 922.6 21 

Guthrie, Dr., et al. (ireat men of God. 922.6 7 

Hadley. Stories of the apostles *922.6 49 

Hastings, ed. Women of the Bible 922.6 11 

Headley. Women of the Bible. 1865.. 922.6 16 

Holland. Apostolic fathers 922.6 51 

IIowsoN. Companions of St. Paul'. 1871. 922.6 39 
Hughes. Female characters of holy writ. 922.6 17 

Hunter. Sacred biography. 1832 922.66 

Spring. Good and bad men. 1855. 2 v. 922.6 8 
Steele. Sovereigns of the Bible. 1857.922.619 
WiLBERFORCE. Heroes of Hebrew hist. 922.6 10 

Great Britain. 

Anderson. Ladies of the covenant 922.2 11 

Anderson. Memorable women. 2 v.... 922.29 
Auld. Ministers in the far north. 1868.922.2 14 

British reformers 922.2 6 

Burke. Men and women of the reforma- 
tion. 1872. 2v 922.2 12 

Calamy. Nonconformist's memorial. 3V.922.2 144 
Darton. Heroism of Christian women. 922. 2 151 

English Puritan divines. 1848 922.2 7 

Grant. Metropolitan pulpit. 1839 922.2 15 

Hamilton. Our Christian clas.sics. 4 v. 922.2 107 

Howie. Scots worthies. 1870 922.2 i 

Lambeth and the Vatican. 1S25. 3 v.. 922 11 
McClure. Translators revived. 1853.. 922.2 5 

Ryle. Christian leaders. 1869 922 2 127 

Scottish divines. 1 505-1872 922.2 176 

Seebohm. Oxford reformers. 1869 922 59 

Stoughton. Spiritual heroes. 1848... 922.28 
Strickland. The seven bishops. 1688.. 922. 2 119 
Tweedie, ed. Select biographies. 2 v.. 922. 2 116 
Tyerman. Oxford Methodists. 1S73. .. 922.22 
Williams. English cardinals. 2v 922.2 3 

United States. 

Dix. Pulpit portraits. 1854 922. i 98 

Fowler. American pulpit. 1856 922.19 

'Gardner. Select Christian biog's 922.1 10 

Hanson. Our women workers. 1882.. 922.1 128 
Headley. Chaplains of the Revolu'n. . . 922.1 11 
Sprague. Annals of the Am. pulpit. 8 v. 922.1 i 



EXEMPLARY BIOGRAPHY. 

Adams. The boy makes the man *92o 139 

Records of noble lives. 1872 '920.2 51 

Sunshine of domestic life. 1873 920 42 

Anderson. Model women. 1873 920 123 

Bolton. Plow success is won. 1885. ..*920. i 48 



* For young readera. 



108 



BIOGRAPHICAL COLLECTIONS.— GENEALOGY.— HERALDRY. 



Briuhtwell. Above rubies, 1S71 '930 41 

Industry and genius. l86q *q70 ao 

Bruce,/./. Noble Englishwomen 'qso.t 5a 

Chaubers, id. , etc. 920 sS 

Child. Good wives. 1833 92043 

CouB. Stories of success '. •9^0 60 

Craig, id. Room at the top. 1883 'gao. i 10 

Craik. Pursuit of knowledfie under diffi- 
culties, a V *gio no 

Same. Ed. by Waytand "910 31 

Same. Female examples *9io 178 

Edwards. 1832 'gjo 143 

Friswell. &^ 1861. ..•920 177 

Groser. .'^Itj^iii^ *920 134 

Hale, ^^S^^i lives 920 23 

Htu,. ^i ^s^g^ 92059 

Hood. 930 28 

Japp. . i88a •920 189 

Lives made sublime 922 16 

Hat£aux. Brave lives. 18S3 '920 195 

Men who have risen "940 135 

Fbake. Boy's book of heroes '933 24 

Seymour. Self-made men. 1858 'gzo 19 

SicooRNEV. Examples of life and death., 922 15 

Smiles. Duty "170 45 

Self-help *374 1 

StakLINu. Noble deeds of uoman *930 40 

Stevenson. Lives worth knowing 92! 14 

TuTHiLi.. Success in life. 1850 92323 

Tweedie. Earnest men. 1864 '920 125 

Women of worth *920 136 



GENEALOGY AND HERALDRY. 

ARMORIALS, ENSIGNS. ETC. 

Anecdotes of heraldry, etc. 1795 9Z9.3 B-4 

Armorials of nations. 1882 929 R-l 

Book of family crests. 1882. 2 v 929.2 37 

BuuTELL. 1867 929.2 12 

Brunet. Britain.. 929.2 6 

Burke. 1844. .939.2 B-i 

Clark. Intro, to heraldry. 1859 929 5 

Same. 1866 929 6 

CussAKS. Hand-book of heraldry. 1869. 9397 
Fairbairn, id. Crests of families of Gl. 

Britain. 2v ?., 929.3 I 

Flagsof maritime nations. 1S83 939 B-l 

Heraldic anomalies. 1824. z v 929.2 14 

MACGEORr.E. Flags. 1B81 929 24 

MiLLlNOTON. Heraldry in hist., etc 929.2 13 

Newton. Display of heraldry. 1846... 929 3 
Palliser. Historic devices, badges, etc. 939 4 
Planch^, pursuivant of arms. 1B53. . . 929 3 



Seton. Law and practice of heraldry. 
TvAS. Flowers and heraldry. 1851... 

WiilTMORE, Elements of heraldry 

Woodward. Arms of the episcopates. , 

j 

j NAMES. 

Arthur. Family and Chrislian names. . 
BardsleV. English surnames. 1875., 

Puritan names, 1880 

Cartiiew. Origin of surnames, Co. 1 

Norfolk 

Chahnock. Prvnomina. 1S82 

Ferguson. Surnames as a science. . . ■ 

Teutonic name-system. 1S64. 

Long. Names we bear 

Lower. Did. of family names. 1S60. 

English 

MooDV. ^ ?.I863.. 

Salverta. Names of men, nations, etc 

What shall we name it? 1885 

YoNGE. Christian names. 18G3. a r. 

GENEALOGIES.— FAMILY HIST 

Royal a.vd Princely Famili 

Almanach de Gotha. 1879-1885. 10 v 

Bonaparte Family. Hist.; by "Tt 

S 

•fSi ef. Memoirs 

de. Hist. ; par Barantc 

. Hist-i by D'AumaI< 

Hanover, Ho«si ef. Memoirs; by H; 

Hapshurg (Austria), Naust of. Hist. ; I 

Coxe 

Genealogii:al chart of rulers; by Halsey 
Genealogical tables; by George. 1875.. 
Kings of Europe; by Fitigerald. 1S70 
Medici, Housfof. Memoirs; by Nobl 
Nassau, Hohsi a/. Hist. ; by Brevai. . 
Orasce, Princes pf. Lives; by Mauric 
Orleans, Houst nf. Memoirs; by Ta 

lor. 3 V 

Saxony, /fo«« 0/. Hist.; by Schol>erl 
Statesman's year-booli. 1874-1885. 10 

Stuart, IIousi of ; by Noble 

Great Britain. 
Archer. Monumental inscriptions 

British W. Indies. 1875 

Argyll, Housi of. 420-1871 

Bridcer. Index Co printed pedigrees. . 



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GENEALOGY. 



109 



amily romance 929.2 26 

and baronetage. 1879 I929.2 B-6 

gentry. 1847. 2 v ^929-2 22 

cences, ancestral, etc 929. 2 36 

cscents. 1864 929.2 B-5 

ides of families. 1863. 3 v. . . 929.2 43 

00 of seats and arms. 1854. . .929.2 B-2 

Remains concerning Britain. . . 929.2 17 

Visitation of Huntingdom.. .. 929.2 10 

, ed. Registers of Westminster 

ry. 1876 929.2 B-7 

Baronetage, knightage, etc. . . ^Q^Q'^ 5 

e. 1867 ^929*2 4 

, ed. Hist, from marble. 2 v. . 929.2 29 
eerage, baronetage, etc. 1856. .929.2 25 

Our old nobility. 1884 929.2 34 

▼. 2. 1879 929.2 35 

Barons of Goumay. 1867... 929.2 19 
. Epitaphs 929 18 

Peerage. 1851 t929-2 3 

LL. Guide to printed pedigrees. 929.2 33 

5. Hist, peerage. 1857 ^929.224 

, ed. Topographer and genealo- 

1846. 3 V 929.2 7 

L Gleanings in graveyards 929 22 

., and M., L. S. Epitaphs 929 21 

' and TowNSEND. Great govem- 

amilies. 1865. 2v 929.227 

R. Obituary. 1627-74 929.218 

Titles of honor. 1880 929.2 31 

ON. Epitaphs and inscript*s. . . . 929 19 
3. County families. 1871. . . .^929.2 B-3 
f our great families. 1880. 2 v.. 929.2 41 

United States. 

. Descendants; by Alden 929.1 35 

H. H. Descendants. 1866... 929.1 26 
Vatertown genealogies. 1855. . . 929. 113 
M. Memorials of the dead in 

m. 1852 929.1 II 

s of Boston. 1856 929.18 

Lineage 929. i Pam. 2 

L Descendants. 1640-1 866.. . 929.1 30 

f. Descendants. 1877 929.1 43 

V^tcords oi family. 1874 929.1 14 

Foanders of New England 929. i 9 

Index to Am. genealogies 929.1 34 

Cene^logicsil register. 1829.. 929.1 6 
Jff, Evans families; by Evans.. 98.1 B-i 

Gbver memorials. 1867 929. i 37 

t For 



Goodwin. Genealogical notes. 1856... 929.1 7 
Gould. Ancestry, etc., of Zaccheus.. 929.1 Pam. 3 
Green. Epitaphs, Groton, Mass. 1878.. 929.1 44 

Inscriptions, Boston. 1883 929.1 Pam. 8 

Guild, J. Descendants. 1867 929.1 42 

Hastings. Genealogy. 1634-1864 929.1 16 

HoLGATE. American genealogy. 1851.. 929.1 B-i 
HoTTEN, ed. Lists of persons who went 

to Am. plantations. 1600-1700 . . . .929.1 B-2 
Hunt. Genealogy; by Wyman. 1862.. 929. i 32 
HURLBUT. Paper at family meeting.. 929.1 Pam. 6 
Hyde. W. Descendants; by Walworth. 

1864. 2 V 929. 1 40 

Janes. Family history. 1868 929. i 20 

Lee, J. And his descendants. 1878... 929. i B-3 
Locke. Descendants of Wm. 1853... 929.1 B-4 
Maine Hist, and Gen. recorder. 1884. . 929. i Pam. 9 
NoRTHEND. Book of epitaphs. 1873... 929 20 
Pearson. Sche'ctady geneal. 1662- 1800.. 929.1 12 

Peck, J. Descendants. 1868 929.1 21- 

Phelps. Genealogy of Othniel 929. i Pam. 7 

Pratt, W. Descendants; by Chapman.. 929. 
Prentice or Prentiss. Genealogy. 

1631-1852 929. 

Prescott. Memorial. 1870 929. 

Redfield. Genealogy, i860 929. 

Reed. History of family. 1861 929. 

Rice. Genealogy; by Ward. 1858 929. 

RUPP. Immigrants in Penn. 1727-1776.. 929. 
Savage. Geneal. diet. New Eng. 4 v.. 929 
Shattuck, W. Descendants. 1855.... 929. 

Slocum, Slocumbs, etc. 1637-1881 929. 

Spalding. Memorials. 1872 929. 

Spooner, W. Descendants. 1871 929. 

Stebbins. Genealogy. 1707-1771 929. 

Descendants of; by Dwight. 

2 V 929. 

Genealogical notes of N. Y. 

E. 1883 929. 

TiTCOMB. Early New P!ng. people. 1882.. 929. 
Tucker. Marriage licenses, N. Y., to 

1784 929- 

Van Brunt. Genealog}'; by Bergen. 

1653-1867 929. 

Vinton, J. Descendants, from 1648. . . . 929. 

Ward, W. Descendants. 1851 929. 

Wetmore. Family history. 1861 929. 

Whitmore. American genealogy. 1862.. 929 

Graveyards of Boston. 1878 929. i 45 

Wilder. Address. Jan. C, 1869... .929. i Pam. i 

reference. 



Strong, J. 

1871. 
Talcott. 

and N. 



31 

36 

17 

33 
29 

28 

49 
I I 

27 
48 
23 
22 
46 

24 

50 
47 

10 

39 
38 
18 

19 

I 5 



no 



INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY. 



INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY. 



Abelard </«</ Eloisa. Letters. 1802.. 84640 

Lives; by Wight 922.4 31 

Abernethy. Memoirs; by Macilwain . . . 926.2 5 
Abr ANTES, Duchess D'. (See page 30.) 
Adams, J. (See p»ge 69.) 
Adams, J. Q. (See page 71.) 

Adams, Mrs. J. Letters. 1848 826.1 2 

Adams, S. (See page 67.) 

Addington, H. Life, etc.; by Pellew. 

1847. 3 V 923.2 203 

Addison. Life; byCourthorpe. 1884. .928.2 447 
Agrippa, H. Cornelius. Life; by Mor- 

ley. 2 V 9253 I 

Agrippina, Empress. (See page 9.) 
Albany, Countess of. Life; by Paget.' 

(V. Lee.) 1884 923.3 45 

Albemarle, Earl of. Fifty years 923.2 406 

Albert, Prince Consort. Early years. . .923.2 157 

(See also page 20.) 
Alcibiades. (See pagi 8.) 
Alexander I., of Russia. (See page 41.) 
Alexander II, of Russia. (See page 41.) 
Alexander VII., Pope. (See page 36.) 
Alexander, the great. (See page 8.) 
Alexander, J. A. Life; by Alexander.. 922.1 21 

Alexander, J. W. Familiar letters 922.1 23 

Alexandra Feodorowna. (See page 42.) 
Alfieri. Autobiography. 1845 928.5 14 

Life. 1877 928.5 20 

Alfred, the great. (See page 16.) 
Alice, Princess. Life and letters. 1884.. 923. 2 555 
• Alison, 6Vr A. Autobiog. 1883. 2 v. .928.2417 
Allen, B. Memoir; by Allen. 1832. .. .922.1 79 
Allen, Ethan. (Sec page 67.) ' 
Allen, H. W. (See page 77.) 

Allen, T. Addresses on. 1884 923.1 B-28 

Alleyn, E. AUeyn papers. 1843 927.2 74 

Memoirs; by Collier. 1841 927.2 73 

Allston, W. Life; by Sweetser. 1879.. 927.1 21 
Ambrose, St. Life; by Thornton. 1879.. 922. 6 55 
Amiel, H. F. Fragments d'un journal. 

1885. 2 V 928.4 105 

Andersen, H. C. Story of my life 928.5 17 

Anderson, Mary. Life; by Farrar .. .927.1 B-6 
Anderson, R. C. Biog. sketch; by Ander- 
son. 1879 923. 1 379 

Andre, Major. (See page 67.) 
Andrew, J. A. (See page 76.) 
Angelico, Era. Life; by Phillimore 927.5 41 

Life; by Sweetser. 1879 927.5 26 



Angelico, Era. Life; by Vasari. 1850. 
Angoul£me, Duke D'. (See page 28.) 
Anne, Queen ^ of Eng. (See page 19.) 
Anne, of Austria, (See page 29.) 
Anselm, 5/. Life; by Church. 1870... 
Anson, G., Lord. Life; by Barrow . . . . 

Anthony, H. B. Memorial. 18S5 

Antoninus, Marcus Aurei.ius. (See \ 

Appleton, T. G. Life and letters 

Arago, F. My youth. 1863 

Arblay, Madame D'. Diary and letter 
1842. 2 V 

Same. 1876. 4v 

Ark WRIGHT, Sir R. Life 

Arndt, E. M. Life. 1879 

Arnold, Benedict. (See page 67,) 
Arnold, T. Life, etc. ; by Stanley. 2 v. . 

Same. 1877. iv 

Artevelde. (See page 40.) 

Arthur, Due de Bretagny. (See page 5 

Asbury, F. Life; by Strickland 

Audubon, J. J. Life; i86g 

Life; by Buchanan. 1868 

Life; by St. John. 1863 

Auerbach, B. Briefe an seinen freunc 

Jakob Auerbach. 1884. 2 v 

AUGIER, 6. Vie de; par Claretie 92c 

Augustine, St. Life; by Clark 

Life; by Moriarty. 1873 

Augustine, 5ij/rr. Life; byLasaulx.. 
Aumale, Due D'. Vie de. Daudet. . 920. 
Austen, Jane. Letters. 1884. 2v... 

Life and works; by Keddie. 1880 

Memoir; by Leigh. 1871 

Ayer, Capt. J. Christian's duty 90 

Aytoun, W. E. Memoir; by Martin... 

Babbage.. Passages from life. 1864... 
Bach, J. S. Life; by Hilgenfeldt and F. 

Life; by Poole. 1882 

Life; by Spitta. 1884. 3v 

Backus, I. Memoir; by Hovey. 1859. 
Bacon, Ij)rd. And Macaulay; by Sped 
ding. 2 v. 1881 

Life and times; by Spedding. 2 v 

Life and works; by Abbott. 1885 

I^ife; by Church. 1884 

Life; by Fowler. 1881 

Life; by Montagu. 1834 

Personal history; by Dixon. 1861 



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INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY. 



Ill 



Memoir; by Bartlett. 1853.. 922.1 102 

l^tfe and labors. 1859 922.1 20 

K Addresses on. 1861.. 923.1 Pam. 5 
V. Life; by Barrett. 1882.. 927.2 136 
.»W. A barrister's life. 2 v.. 923. 2 523 
orrespondence. 1878. 2 v... 928.4 47 
; by Saltus. 1884 928.4 100 

B. Life; by Tyson. 1884.. 925.1 10 
., J. Memoirs; by Adolphus. 

2 V 927.2 83 

, Mrs. Memoir; by Ellis. 2 v.. 928. 2 66 
R. H. Life and letters; by Bar- 

1870. 2v 928.2170 

tcences 928. 2 306 

G. P. Life; by Bryan. 1849.. Q^-i 3 
LD, J. (See page 40.) 

J. Biog. 1832 923.1135 

P. T. Life; by himself. 1855. .923.1 352 

ctions. 1869 923. 1 365 

roN, Sir]. Personal sketches.. 923. 2 371 

J. Autobiog. 1847 923.2 300 

iir C- Memoir; by Barry 927.2 19 

V.J. Life; by himself. 1878. .923.2 510 
r, G^n. W. F. Memoir; by Pal- 

1878 923.1 376 

MMEO, />w. Life; by Scott 927.5 44 

B. Memoir, letters, etc. 1850. .826.2 33 
Cm. W. Life; by Williams . .923.1 484 
. Life; by Smith, R. T. 1879.. 922. 6 56 

Life. 1877 922.1 131 

AROLINE. Memoirs. 1885. 2 v.. 927.3 63 

Ckrvaiier. (See page 28.) 

C€n. G. D. Lif^; by Bayard. ..923.1 279 

T. F. Life ; by Spencer 923.1 400 

\KU>. (See pages 20-21.) 

J. Life; by Forbes. 3 v 928.2 73 

CHAis. And his times ; by 
omenie. 1856. 4 V 928.4 39 

1857. I V 928.4 20 

■es. 3v 84092 

T, F. A study; by Macaulay. .928.2 459 
VRD, Gen. (See page 77.) 
Thomas a. (See Thomas ^ 

>, W. Memoirs. 1859. 2 v.. 928. 2 161 
H, Gen. Life; by Meille. 1873. 922.2 87 
»TH, J. P. (See page 62.) 
\£ VentrabU. Life; by Browne. 922.6 58 

H. W. Sketch. 1883 922.1133 

L. Autobiog. and cor. 2 v. . . 922. i 69 

f Allen. 1863 922. 1 Pam. i 

EN. Letters. 1 790-1 826. 2 v.. 836 3 

f Nohl. 1880 927.322 

f Wagner. 1872 927.3 17 



Beethoven. Life and cor. 1841. 2 v... 927.3 28 

Sa vie; par Audley. 1867 927.3 3 

B ELI SARI us. (See page 9.) 

Bell, SirQ.. Life; by Pichot. i860 926.2 4 

Bell, G. Rough notes. 1867. 2v 923.2298 

Bellamy, G. A. Apology; by herself. 6v. 927.2 47 
Beloe, VV. The sexagenarian. 1817. 2 v. 928.2 340 

Bennett, J. G. Memoirs. 1855 928.1 39 

Bentinck, G., Lord. Pol. biogy by Dis- 
raeli. 1858 923.2 216 

Bentley, R. Life; by Jebb. 1882 ...928.2 357 

Life by Monk. 1833. 2 v 928.2 412 

Beranger. Ma biographic. 1859 928.4 43 

Berchmans, J. Life. 1870 922.5 14 

Berkeley. Bishop. Life; by Eraser 921.2 35 

Life and letters.* 192 59 

Memoirs. 1784 921.2 3 

Berlioz, H. Autobiog. 1884. 2 v 927 4 21 

Letters, etc. 1879 927.4 11 

Life and letters. 1882. 2 v 927.4 17 

Bernard, J. Retrospections. 2 v 927.2 92 

Bernard, St. Life; by M orison. 1868. 922.4 8 
Berry, Due de. Memoirs; by Chateau- 
briand. 1821 923.4 52 

Berry, ^/jj. Journals and cor. 3 v.. .928. 2 348 

Bert, P. Vie de; par Depasse 920.4 Pam. 22 

Berwick, Duke of. Life; by Wilson. . -923.4 167 

Bksson, Pkre. Sketch. 1870 922.4 13 

Bethune, J. Memoirs; by Bethune 922.1 93 

Beugnot, Count. (See page 30.) 

Bewick, T. And his pupils; by Dobson. .927.2 140 

Life; by Thomson. 1S82 927.2 B-3 

Memoirs; by himself. 1S62 927.2 131 

Bewick, VV. Life and letters. 1871. 2 v. 927. 2 12 

BiDDLE, C. Autobiog. 1883 923. 1 89 

Biddle, C. J. Memoir.. . . ..* 923.1 Pam. 36 

Bismarck, Pritice. J.etters. 1844-1870. 836 8 

(.See, also, page 3S.) 
Black Hawk. (See page 62.) 
Blaine, J. G. (See page 81.) 

Blair, R. Life; by Row. 1848 922.2 120 

Blake, R. (See page 18.) 

Blake, W. Critical essay; by Swinburne. 927.2 6 

Life; by Gilchri.st. 1863. 2 v *. 927.2 4 

Blakey, R. Memoirs; ed. by Miller 921.2 12 

Blakiston, G///. J. In retirement. 2 v. .923. 2 404 

Memoirs. 1840. 2 v 923.2 396 

Blanc, L. Viede; par Edmond. .. .920.4 Pam. 3 
Blennerhassett, H. Life; by Stafford. 923.1 159 

(See, also, page 69.) 
Blessington, Countess. Life and cor.; 

by Madden. 1855. 2v 928.2159 

Bliss, P. P. Memoirs. 1878 927.1 14 

Bloomfield, B., Z<>n/. Memoir. 2 v.. .923.2 567 



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INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY. 



Bloomfield.G. , Baroness, Reminiscences. 

1883. 2 V 923.2 531 

Same. 1883 923.2 532>^ 

Blundell. Crosby records. • 1880. . . .923.2 163 
BoLEYN, Anne. (See page 17.) 
BOLINGBROKE, H., Lord. Life; by Mac- 
knight. 1863 923.2 173 

Memoirs: by Cooke. 1835. 2 v 923.2 171 

Pol. study; by ^Jarrop. 1884 923.2 556 

Bolivar. (See page 58.) 
Bonaparte, Napoleon. (See page 30.) 
Bonaparte, Jos. (See page 30.) 
Bonaparte, Louis N. (See page 32.) 
Bonaparte, Lucien. (See page 30.) 

Bonaparte, Mme. Life; by Didier 923.1 382 

Bonaparte-Patterson marriagfe 923. i 296 

Bonner, E. Life; by Townsend. 1842.922.2 31 
Boone, D. Life; by Abbott. 1872. ..♦923.1 337 
Booth, Edwin. Reference list; by Fos- 
ter, v.. 3 16 55 

Booth, J. B. Life; by his daughter. . . . 927.5 i 
Booths, The. Elder and younger; by 

Clarke. 1882 927.1 29 

Borghkse, 0., /'m/f^'jj. Life; by Scherer. 922.2 99 
Bor(;ia, Lucrezia. Biog; by Gilbert. 

1869. 2 V 923.5 15 

BORNE, L. Recollections; by Heine . . . 928.3 37 
Borr().meo, St. Charles. Life. 1870 . 922.5 12 
BossUET and his contemporaries. 1875.. .922.4 17 

BoswELL «»</ Johnson; by Waller 928.2 387 

Boucicaut. (See page 28.) 

Bot'iLLCJN. (See page 28.) 

Boui.ton, M. Life; by Smiles. 1865... 926.2 u 

BowDiTCH, N. Nat. the navigator *925.i 8 

BowRiNG, 5/rJ. Autobiog. 1877 928.2500 

Boyd, Mark. Rei^iniscences. 1871.. .923.2 410 

Brai.nkkd, D. Extract of life; by Wesley. 922.1 13 

Life; by Edwards. 1765 922.1 114 



Brisson, H. Vie de; par Stupuy. . .920 

Britton, J. Autobiogrraphy. 2 ▼ 

Broglie, Z>»r ^(?. Vie de; par Daudet 

920.4 

Bronte, C. Life; by Bajme. 1881 

Life; by Gaskell. 1859 

Same. 1867 

Monograph; by Reid. 1877 

Bronte, E. Life; by Robinson. 1883. 
Brooke, Rajah. (See page 96.) 
Brooks, E. G. Life-work; by Brooks. . 
Brougham, H.fZ^m/. Life; by Campbell. 

Life; by himself. 1871. 3 v 

Brougham, J. Life, stories, etc. 1S81 
Brown, C. B. Life; by Dunlap. 2 v. . , 
Brown, G. Life; by Mackenzie. 1882.. 
Brown, Geo. (See page 60.) 
Brown, John. (See page 75.) 
Brown, Oliver M. Biog.; by Ingram. 

Brown, R. Memorials. 1868 

Browne, H. K. Memoir; by Kitton... 
Browning, Mrs. Letters. 1877. 2 v. 

Life; by Bayne. 1881 

Bruce, J. Life; by Head. 1830 

Brunel, M. I. Memoir; by Beamish.. 
Bryant, Wm. Cullen. Biog. ; by Syming 
ton. 1880 

Biog. ; by Godwin. 1 883. 2 v 

Life; by Curtis. 1878 

Life; by Hill. 1879 

Brydges, E. Autobiog.. Etc. 2v 

Buchanan, C. Memoirs; by Pearson.. 
Buchanan, Jas. (See jteg^ 71.) 

Buckingham, J. S. Autobiog. 2v 

Buckingham, J. T. Memoirs. 2v 

Buckland, F. Life; by Bompas. 1885 

Buckle, H. T. Life and writings; b; 

Iluth. 1880. 2 V 



Brainkkd, J. Life; by Brainerd. 1865. 922.1 14 Uudgett, S. Sketches; by Arthur 



Bramston. (See page 18.) 
Brant. (See page 62.) 

Brassky, Sir 1 . Life; by Helps 926.2 20 

Bray, A/rj. A. E. Autobiog. 1884 928.2458 

Bray, C. Autobiog. 1S85 928.2491 

Breck, S. Memoir; by Ingersoll. .923.1 Pam. 20 

.Same 923.1 Pam. 34 

Recollections. 1877 923.1 353 

Bremkr. F. Life, letters, etc. 1868 928.5 15 

Brf.wster, D. Home life. 1870 925.2 4 

Brkwstkr, Wm. (See page 64.) 

Bright, J. Life; by Apjohn. 1881.. .923.2 509 

Life, etc.; by Robertson. 1883 923.2 550 

Life and speeches; by Smilh 923.2 508 

Brisdlky, }. IJfe; by Smiles. 1864. ..926.2 10 



Bull, Rn>. N. Funeral serm. ; by Lord. 91 
Bull, OLE. Memoir; by Bull. 1883.. 
BULWER. (See Lytton.) 
Bunsen, Baroness. Life and letters; b 
Hare. 1879. 2v 

Same. 1880 9a 

Bunsen, Chevalier. Mem. ; by his widovi 

1868. 2V 

Bunyan. Life; by Froude. 1880 

Life; by Harsha. 1871 

Life; by Philip. 1839 

Buonarotti. (See Michael Angelo.) 
BuRGES, T. Memoir; by Bowen. 1835. 
BuRGHLEY. (See Cecil, Lord B.) 
BuRGOYNE, Gen. J. Life, etc. 1876. . . 



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113 



Memoir. 1868 928.144 

Cor. 1744-1797. 4v. 826.211 

ly; by Morley. 1867 923.2. 184 

MacK-nigrht. 1858. 3 v 923.2 181 

Morley. 1879 928.2 336 

by Prior. 1854. 2v 923.2185 

IE. A. Banquet to. 1868.. 923. 1 Pam. 7 
CcL F. G. Life; by Mann.. .923.2 528 
P. H. Recollections. 1880.. 923.1 396 

^. Memoirs. 1833 927.2 20 

>BERT. At Mossgiel; by Jolly. .928.2 393 

ind character; by Wilson 928.2 100 

r Lockhart. 1828..' 928.295 

J Shairp. 1879 928.2 329 

1 times; by Burns; 1873 922.2 95 

1 works; Chambers, ed. 4 v. . . . 928.2 96 
J. C. Memoir; by Bums, 1871. 922.2 84 
:, Grn. (See pages 76 and 77.) 
lRON. (See page 69.) 

E. Memorial. 1880 928. i 56 

HS, S. Memoirs. 1858 923.1405 

\V. E. Life; by Keese. 1885. 927.1 35 
O. G. De. Life, etc. ; by Fors- 

•/ al. 1881. 2 V 923.5 37 

L, H. Life, etc. 1880 922.1 112 

G€n. B. F. (See page 77.) 

J. Life; by Collins. 1881. ..921.234 

T. F. Memoirs; 1849 923.2 372 

Lord, Biography; by Elze 928.2 105 

sations; by Medwin. 1824 928.2 107 

-sations on religion; by Kennedy. 928.2 363 

i and jour. 1830. 2v 928.2 loi 

>y Gait. 1830 928.2 115 

>y Hunt. 1828. 2 V 928.2 103 

>y Nichol. 1880 928.2 364 

nd other sketches; by Castelar. .928.2 328 

lis; by Clinton. 1826 928.2 106 

al; by Jeaffreson. 1883 928.2 113 

ections; by Dallas. 1824 928.2 no 

ections; by Guiccioli. 1869. . . .928.2 109 

^ of; by Trelawney. 2 v 928.2 318 

Lady. Vindicated; by Stowe. . .928.2 112 
atkm of . 1871 928.2 III 

G. Life and letters; by Lodge. .923.1 163 
The. (Sec page 55.) 
JruL'S. (See page 9.) 

TRO. lAi^. 17^1 i 9235 43 

)N. LiU; by Hasell. 1879 928. 5 24 

LL,C. Autohiog. 1855 926.1 14 

*,/.€. (See page 71.) 

And Scrvctus; by Willis 274 29 

diys; by Blackburn. 1865 922.4 5 

1555. 2 V 922.4 20 



Calvin. Life; by Dyer. 1855 922.4 4 

Life and times; by Henry. 1853. 2 v. 922.4 I 
Camp, H. W. (See page 79.) 
Campbell, A. Memoirs; by Richardson. 

1868. 2v 922.1 115 

Campbell, Gen. Colin. (See Clyde, C, Lord.) 
Campbell, J., /^n/. Life. 1881. 2 v. .923.2 463 

Campbell, T. Life and letters. 3 v 928.2 76 

Canning, Geo. (See page 20.) 

Capell, A., Lord. Life; by Eewis 923.2 302 

Cardan, J. Life; by Morley. 2 v 926.5 16 

Carey, H. C. Memoir; by Elder. .923.1 Pam. 14 

Carlyle, A. Autobiog. 1861 922.2 73 

Carlyle, Mrs. Jane W. Letters and 

memorials. 2 v 826.2 72 

Same 826.2 75 

Same, iv 826.2 76 >i 

Carlyle, T. And his books; by Wy lie.. 928. 2 383 

Life; by Conway. 1881 928.2 385 

Life. 1795-1835; by Froude. 2 v... 928.2 376 

Same. I v 928.2 380 

Life in London. 1834-81; by Froude. 

2 V 928.2 378 

Life; by Nicoll. 1881 928.2 384 

Life, theories, etc. ; by Guernsey 928.2 321 

Memoirs. 1881. 2 v 928.2 391 

Personally, etc.; by Masson 928.2 497 

Philosophy; by Mead. 1881 928.2 406 

•Reference list; by Foster, v. i 16 55 

Reminiscences. 1881 928.2 374 

Carlyle, T., and Emerson, R. W. Cor. 

1834-1872. 2 V 826 I 

Caroline Matilda. (See page 20.) 

Caroline, Queen. (See page 20.) 

Carpenter, M. Life and work; by C. .923.2 445 

Carpenter, M. H. Addresses on 923.1 B-21 

Carson, Kit. Life; by Abbott *923.i 394 

Pioneer Hfe; by Peters. 1883 923.1 448 

Cartwright, J. Life, etc. 1826. 2 v.. 923. 2 352 

Cartwright, p. Autobiog 922.1 49 

Cary, Alice atid P. Mem.; by Ames. . . 928.1 29 
Cary, H. F. Memoir; by Cary. 2 v.. 928. 2 290 
Cass, Lewis. Life; by Smith. 1856... 98.1 6 
Castelnau. (See page 28.) 
Castlereagii, Visc't. Memoirs, etc. 

1848. 4 V 923.2 209 

Catherine, de Medicis. (See page 28.) 
Catherine, of Aragon. (See page 17.) 
Catherink, of Sienna, St. Biog. ; by 

Butler. 1879 922. 5 23 

Life; by Senensis. 1609 922.5 20 

Catherine IL, of Russia. (See page 42.) 

Caton, J. D. (See page 92.) 

Gaunter, H. A London clergyman 922.2 88 



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Cavour, Count. (Sec page 36.) 
Caxton, W. Biog.; by Knight. 1844.. 926.2 43 
Cecil, Lord Burghley. (See page 17.) 
Cellini, B. Biog.; par Lamartine. 1866.. 927. 5 20 

Life; by Potter 927.5 57 

Memoirs; by himself. 1850 927.5 9 

Cervantes. Life; by Oliphant. 1880. .928.5 25 
Challemel-Lacour. Vie de; par De- 

pftsse 920.4 Pam. 26 

Chalmers, T. Biog. study; by Dodds . .922.2 70 

Memoirs; by Hanna. 1855. 4 v 922.2 66 

Sel. from cor. 1853 826.2 28 

Chambers, R. Memoir. 1872 928.2 173 

Chambers, W. Life. 1882 928.2 356 

Champlain, S. (See page 59.) 
Champun, Stephen. Life; by Clin- 
ton. 1870 91.2 Pam. I 

Chandler, Z. Memorial addresses on. .923.1 433 
Channing, W. E. Cor. with Luc>' Aikin.. 826.1 4 

Life; by Brooks. 1880 922. i 31 

Memoir; by Channing. 1S54. 3 v. ...922.1 90 

Reminiscences; by Peabody. 1S80... 922.1 loS 
Chapin, E. H. Life; by Ellis. 1S83 . .922.1 127 
Chapman, Geo. Critical essay; by Swin- 
burne. 1875 928.2324 

Chapone, Mrs. H. Letters, etc. 2 v. . .826.2 37 
Charlemagne. (See page 28.) 
Charles, the Bold. (See page 40.) 
Charles I., <»/ Eng. (See page 18.) 
Charles II., 0/ Eng. (See page 19.) 
Charles V., 0/ Spuin. (See page 34.) 
Charles XII. , 0/ S-wedcn. (See page 41.) 
Chase, P. Reminiscences. 1S48. 2 v.. 922.1 iS 
Chase, S. P. (See page 76.) 
Chatterton, Tnos. Biog. study; by 

Wilson. 1869 92S.2 240 

Family: new facts; by Taylor, et al. 

18S3 928.2 Pam. 2 

Sketch; by Masson. 1S74 928.2 297 

Chaucer. Life; by Godwin. 4 v 928.2 31 

Life; by Ward. i?8o 92S.2 347 

Cherl'BINI. Memorials; by Bcllasis 927.5 45 

Chesterfield. Lt^rd. Life. etc. ; by Hay- 
ward. 1S63 92S.2 30 

Chevervs, Cardinal. Life; by Huen- 

Dubourg. 1839 922.4 19 

Child, Lydia M. Letters. 1S83 S26.1 10 

Same S26. i 11 

Choate, R. Memoirs; by Neilson 923.1 479 

Works and memoir; by Brown. 2 v... 923.1 302 
Chopin. Life; by Karasowski. 2 v.... 927.5 2S 

Life; by Liszt. 1866 927.5 19 

Chorley, H. F. Autobiog. 1873. 2 ¥..928.2 372 

Same, i v 928.2 227 



Chorley, H. F. Reminiscences 1 

Christina, 0/ Sweden. (See page 41.) 
Churchill, C. Sketch; by Forstcr. . . . 

Cibber, Colley. Life; by himself 

Cicero. Life; by Fors>-th. 1866. 2 v. 

Life; by Middleton. 1839 

Life; by TroUope. 1880. 2 v 

Same. 1881 

Cid, The. (See page 34.) 

Clarendon, Lcrd. Life; by Lister. 3 v..^ 

Claretie, J. Viede; par Cher\'ille. .920.4 

Clark, R. Addresses on. 1881 92 

Clarke, A. Life; 1841 

Clarke, C. and M. C. Recollections. . .^ 
Clarke, E. D. Life; by Otter. 1827... 
Clarke, J. Freeman. 70th birthday... c 

Clarke, A^«'. W. Memorial. 1871 

Clay, Henry. (See page 71.) 
Clemenceau, G. Viede; parPelleUn.920.. 
Cleveland, Grover. (See page 81.) 
Cleopatra. (See page 5.) 
Clinton, D. W. (See page 71.) 
Clive. Lard. (See page 48.) 
Clough, a. H. a monog^ph; by Wad- 

dington. 1883 < 

Clyde, C, Lord. Life, etc. 1881. 2v..c 
CoBBETT, W. Biog.; by Smith. 2v. ..c 

Life, etc. ; by Waters. 1883 < 

Cobden, R. (See page 21.) 

CocKBURN, H. Memorials. 1S56 c 

CoiUR, J. Life and times; by Costello. . 
CoiT, Hez'. J. T. Tribute to. 1S64. .91. 

Coke. E. Life; by Johnson. 2 v < 

Colchester, C, Lord. Diarj-, etc. 3 v..< 

Cole, T. Pictures, etc. ; by Noble 

Coleridge, S. T. Biog. sketches 

Letters. 1836 

Life: by Gillman. 1S38 < 

Life; by Traill. 1S84 < 

Reminiscences: by Cottle. 1847 

Coleridge, Sara. Memoir and letters. 
CoLERiixiK, Shelley, Goethe. Studies 

bv Calvert. iSSo < 

Coles, E. Sketch: by Washburne « 

CoLET, J. Life; by Erasmus 

Colfax, S. Sketch; by Phelps. i86S..i 
Coligny. (See page 29.) 
Collier, J. P. Notes on; by Wheatley..t 
Colman family. Memoirs; by Peake. 2 v. 
Colonna, Vittoria. Life and poems 

by Roscoe. 1868 

Columbus, (See page 55.) 

CoMiNES. (See page 28.) 

Con ant, A. H. Life; by CoUyer 



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great, (Sec page 29.) 
i-nces de. (See page 29.) 

\. JLife. 1856 922.186 

Life, etc. ; by Legge 891 3 

891 9 

L Autobiogr. 1851 926.1 13 

C. T. Reminiscences of jour- 

1880 928.1 64 

;, J. Life; by Araold. 1881.. 927.2 121 

INE, the g-reat, (See page 9.) 

»/. J. (See pas^e 12.) 

F. Life; by Dunlap. 1815. .927.2 36 

jiV A. Life; by Cooper. 2 v. . .926.2 i 

V. A. Life; by Christie. 2 v.. 923. 2 340 

[. F. letter to his countrymen.. 928. 1 61 

y Lounsbury 928. i 84 

T. Life; by himself. 1877. . .923.2 417 

J. S. Life; by Amory. 1882.. 927.1 30 

F. Vicde; par Claretie. ..920.4 Pam. 35 

LE. And his times; by Guizot. . . 928.4 5 

JJE and Racine. Lives; by Trol- 

. 1881 928.4 79 

L, E. Biog.; by Cornell. 1884.. 923.1 481 

ILL, Barry. (See Procter, B. W.) , 

Gio. Life; by Heaton. 1882 927.5 55 

ties. 1823 927.5 30 

. (See page 57.) 

I, T. Sketch; by Russell.. 923.1 425 

t, J. Addresses on. 1871 923.1 255 

s, H. In memoriam. 1883.. 922.1 Pam. 6 

I, W. Letters. 1884 826.2 82 

by Smith. 1880 928.2 353 

by Southey. 1839. 2 v 928.2 53 

CR, T. Life; by Le Bas. 2 v. . . . 922.2 61 

ind times; by Lee. 1855 922.263 

Diials; by Strype. 1848 922.2 112 

TON, J. Memoirs; by Swift. 1830.. 920.2 50 

, M. Sketch; by Jacob. 1866..923.1 B-19 

nr, D. Life^ by Abbott. i875..*923.i 339 

bes of. 1837 923, 1 338 

I, J. W. Cor. and diaries. 3 v. .923.2 562 

UJL, O. (See page 19.) 

TLL, R. (See page 19.) 

Mrs. J. W. (See Eliot, George.) 

[, Mrs. Memoirs; by Young. 2 v.. 927.2 54 

t, H. Discourse on; by Van 

laack 923. 1 Pam. 13 

HANK, G. Life by Jerrold. 2V..927.2 132 

De KoROS. Life; by Duka 924.5 i 

CLUfD, R. Life; by Mudford...928.2 145 

Bin; by himself. 1807. 2 v 928.2 142 

K, G. D. Memoirs; by wife 922.1 34 

I, J. P. Life; by Curran. 2 v. .923.2 312 

1; by Phillips. 1818. ...923.2 314 



Curtis, B. R. Memoir. 1879. 2 v. . .923.1 39a 
Cur WEN, S. (See page 67.) 

CusHMAN, C. Letters, memoirs, etc 927.1 11 

Life; by Clement. 1882 927.1 31 

Custer, Gen. (See page 77.) 

CuviER. Memoirs; by Mrs. Lee. 1833.. 925.4 z 

Cyrus. (See page 7.) 

Daggett, D. Sketch; by Dutton. .923.1 Pam. ax 
Dahlgren, Admiral. Memoir; by Dahl- 

gren. 1882 923. i 447 

Dahlgren, U . Memoir. 1872 923. i 277 

Dalboquerque. (See page 48.) 

Dallas, A. J. Life; by D. 1871 923.1 254 

Danican, F. a. (See Philidor.) 

Dante. Life; by Balbo. 1852. 2v 928.58 

Life; by Oliphant. 1878 928.5 aa 

D'Arblay. (See Arblay, Madame D*.) 

Darius. (See page 7.) 

Darwin, C. Life; by Woodall. 1884.. 925. 2 36 

Memorials. 1882 925.2 31 

Scientific influence. Reference list; by 

Foster, v. 2 1655 

Darwin, E. Life; by Krause. 1879. .. 925.2 23 
Daschkaw, Princess. Memoirs; by her- 
self. 1840. 2 V 923.5 2a 

Dashiell. Recollections. 1875 922. i 105 

Daudet, a. Vie de; par Claretie. . .920.4 Pam. 8 
Daudet, E. Mon fr^re et moi. 1882. . . 928.4 78 
Davenport Boys. History; by Rand. .. 91.7 i 
David, King. Life; by Krummacher. . . 922.6 25 

Life; by Taylor. 1875 922.6 2 

Life; by Vince. 1871 922.6 26 

Davidge, W. Footlight flashes. 1866.. 927.2 9S 
Davis, A. J. Beyond the valley ;autobiog.. 922.1 125 
Davis, Jeff. (See page 76.) 
Davy, H. Young Humphrey; by May- 
hew. 1856 *925.2 90 

Dear, F. (See page 39.) 
Deane, Silas. (See page 68.) 

De Castro, J. Memoirs. 1824 927.2 94 

Decatur, Com. (See page 71.) 

De Foe. Life; by Chadwick. 1859 928.244 

Life; by Lee. 1869. 3v 928.2281 

Life; by Minto. 1879 928.2 320 

Sketch; by Forster. 1862 928.2 29 

Delaney, Mrs. Autobiog. and cor. 

1861. 6 V 923.2 365 

Delaroche, P. Life; by Rees. 1880... 927.4 13 
De Morgan, A. Memoir; by De Mor- 
gan. 1882 925.2 30 

Demosthenes. Life; by Butcher. 1882.. 928.6 13 

Denman, Lord, Life; by Amould 923.2 310 

De Quince y« Autobiog 928.2 293 



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J)e QuiNCEY. Life; by Masson. 1882... 928.2 399 
Life and cor.; by Page. 1877. 2 v . . .928.2 86 

Life and manners 928.2 296 

Reminiscences. 1861. 2 v 928.2 294 

DAroulkde, p. Viede; parClaretie..92o.4 Pam. 29 
Desbordes-Valmore, Mme. Memoirs; 

by Sainte-Beuve. 1873 928.4 35 

Savieetcor. ; par Sainte-Beuve. 1870.. 928.4 32 
Descartes. Life; by Mahaffy. 1880.. 921.4 2 

Life; by Lowndes. 1878 921.4 i 

Desmoulins, C. (See page 30.) 

Dewey, O. Autobiog. 1883 922.1 135 

DiBDiN. T. Reminiscences. 1827. 2 v.. 928.2 276 
DiBDiN, T. F. Reminiscences. 1836. 2 v. .928.2 150 

Dick, R. Life; by Smiles. 1878 *925.2 21 

Dickens, C. Anecdote biog 928.2 303 

• As I knew him; by Dolby. 1885 928.2 476 

As a reader; by Kent. 1872 928.2 218 

Childhood, etc.; by I^ngton. 1883. ..928.2 452 

Letters. 1879. 3v 826.244 

Life. 1870 928.2 217 

Life; by Forster. 1872. 3 V 928.2 210 

Life; by Mackenzie. 1S70 928.2 216 

Life; by Ward. 1882 928.2 405 

Short life; by Jones. 1880 928.2 351 

Sketch; by Perkins. 1870 928.2 302 

Diderot. Biography. 1878. 2v 928.445 

DiSRAKLi, B. (See BeaconsHeld, Earl of.) 
Dlx,G€M.}.A. Memoirs. 1883. 2 v.. 923. 1460 
DOANK, G. W. Life, etc. i860. 4 v... 922.1 24 
Doi>dru;e, p. Life; by Harsha. 1869.. 922.2 77 
Dodge, A. \V. Memorial; by Hamilton.. 922.1 121 

DoDiNcno.N, G. B. Diary. 1784 923.2 434 

DOLET, E. Life; by Christie. 1880 928.4 71 

Dominic, .SV. Life. 1857 922.5 10 

Life; by Lacordaire. 1883 922.5 33 

Donaldson, \V. Recollections of an 

. actor. 1865 927.296 

DONATELU). Life; by Scott ^ 927. 5 54 

Donne, J. Life; by Walton. 1846 922.2 16 

Dora, SisUf. Biog.; by Lonsdale. 1880..923.2 446 

Dor£, G. Life; by Roosevelt. 18S5 927.423 

Reference list; by Foster, v. 3 16 55 

Dorr, B. Discourse on; by Wallace.. 922.1 Pam. 3 
Dorr, T. W. (.See page 73.} 
DosT Mohammed. (Sec paj^a- 46.) 
Douglas, S. A. (See page 71.) 
Douglass, F. Life; by himself. 1882..923.1 437 
(See, also, page 75.) 

Dow, L. Life and writings. , 1853 922,1 16 

Doyle, J. W. Life; by Fitzpatrick. 2 v.. 922.2 58 
Drake, D. Life; by Mansfield. 1855. .926.1 15 
Drake, Sir F. (See page 12.) 
Drummond, W. Life; by Masson 928.2 265 



Dryden. Life; bySaintsbur)'. 1881...9: 
l)u Bella y. (See page 28.) 
Di' Camp, M. 'Souvenirs litteraires. 2 v.. 9: 
Df Clercq. (See page 28.) 
DuDEV-\NT, Mme. (Sec Sand, Geo.) 

T>\jVV, Afrs, Life; by Ireland. 1882 < 

Duff, A. Life; by Smith. 1879. 2 v.. 91 
DuGDALE, R. L. Memorial; by Shep- 

ard. 1884 923. 1 ] 

Du GUESCLIN. (Sec page 28.) 
Dumas, K, phre. Life; by Fitzgerald. 2v. c 
Sa vie, son temps, etc.; par Blaze de 

Bur)'. 1885 9J 

Vie de; par Claretie 920.4 

Du.vcAN, J. Life; by Jolly. 1883 ( 

DUNDONALD, Lord. Life and exploits. . .9: 
Dunster, H. Life; by Chaplin. 1872. .< 
DUPANLOUP, Bishop. Last days. 1879. < 

DUKER, A. Life; by Heath. 1881 < 

Life; by Heaton. 1870 92 

Life; by Sweetser. 1877 < 

Life and works; by Thausing. 2 v ( 

Married Hfe; by Schefer. 1S72 < 

DusTON, Hannah. (See page 64.) 

DuTiiiE, J. In memoriam. 1S83 

Dyck, a. Van. Life; by Head. 1879. . 1 

Life; by Sweetser. 1878 < 

Dyer, R. Actor's life. 1833 < 

Easttjurn, J. Memoirs; by Green • 

Eaton, W. Life. 1813 9 

EcHEROLLES, A. <jVj. Life. 1S53, 2 v. .9 

Eckel, Mrs. Autobiog. 1875 9 

Eddy, T. Life; by Knapp. 1S34 9 

Edgeworth, Maria. Life; byZimmem.9 

A study; by Oliver. 1882 9 

Edisun, T. a. And his inventions 

Edmandston, T. Life; by Pierce 

Edward L, of Eng. (See page 17.) 
Edward III., of Eng. (See page 17.) 
Edward IV., of Eng. (See page 17.) 
Edward, Black Prince. (See p;ige 17.) 
Edward, the Confessor. (See page 16.) 

Edward, Thos. Life; by Smiles * 

Eldon, J., Lord. Life; by Twiss. 2 v.q 

Elijah. Life; by Taylor. 1876 

Life and times; by Macduff. 1S64. . . . 
Eliot, Georc.e. Life; by Blind. i>S3..g 

Life; cd, by Cross. 1S85. 3 v c; 

Same ^ 

Same ^ 

Study; by Cooke. 1883 c 

Reference list; by Foster, v. i 

Eliot, J. Life; by Francis. 1840 ^ 



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I. (Sec page 19.) 

list.; by £dersheim. 1869.. .922.6 27 

Jc Valois. (See page 35.) 
. -^^-» '^f Hungary, Life; by 
embcrt. 1857 922.3 22 

922.3 B-i 

:, Queen ^ of Eng, (See page 18.} 

; Stuart, of Bohemia, Mem.; 

ager. 1825. 2v 923.2139 

R. \V. Life; by Raymond. .. 927.2 97 

, T. Autobiog 920.2 50 

d, by Howell 92S.2 292 

R. \V. As a poet; by Benton. 928. i 89 

e and abroad; by Conway 928.1 80 

by Morley. 1884 928.1 loi 

and character; ed. by Sanborn. . 928.1 83 

loriam; by Ireland. 1882 928. i 78 

y Cooke. 18S1 928.1 67 

ly Guernsey. 1881 928. i 66 

»y Holmes. 1885 928.1 109 

^n; by Hague. 1884 928.1 Pam. 2 

ncc list; by Foster, v. 2 1655 

; by Alcott. 1882 928.1 82 

journey; by Thayer. 1884 928.1 100 

, T. A. Memoir; by Haines. . .923.2 319 
levalitrTy. Career; by Telfer. .923.4 113 
s. Life, cor., etc.; by Drum- 
id. 1S73. 2v 928.323 

lis time. Reference list; by Fos- 

V. 1 16 55 

inn-Chatrian. Vie de; par 

retie 920.4 Pam. 21 

•N.J. Life; by Headley. 1865.. 926.1 8 

E, T. Letters. 1878 922.2 159 

ON, Duke of. Hist. 1670 923.4 R-i 

Earls of. Lives; by Devereaux. 

3. 2 V 923^2 502 

R., Earl of. Papers relating to; 

Bacon 192 10 

:, Prinee. Memoirs; by himself. . 923.5 17 
>E.s. Life; by Mahaflfy. 1879... 928.6 6 

Christmas. Life; by Hood 922.2 160 

I, J. (See page 19.) 

T, E. Eulogy; by Davis. . . .923.1 Pam. 6 
JU, Admiral. Life; by Osier. . .923.2 295 
>, S. Memoirs. 1884 923. i 487 

X, T., Lord. (See page 19.) 
LXD, Lord, (.See page 19.) 

kWE, Lady. Memoirs. 1829 923.2 517 

iV, M. Discoverer; by Tyndall. . 925.2 16 

by Jones. 1870. 2 v 925.2 14 

W. Life; by Sevan 922.4 30 

by Blackbam. 1867 922.517 



Farragut, Admiral. (See page 77.) 

Farrar, J/rj. J. Recollections. 1866. .928.2 164 

Fechter, C. A. Life; by Field. 1882. . 927.1 33 

Felix, E. Rachel. (See Rachel.) 

Fenelon. Biog. sketch; by Lear. 1877. 922.4 28 

Life; by Butler. 1811 922.4 14 

Fenelon, Marquis De. (See page 28.) 
Feuillet, O. Vie de; par Claretie. 920.4 Pam. 14 
Ferdinand and Isabelij^. (See page 35.) 
Ferdinand L, of Austria. (See page 39.) 
Ferguson, J. Life. 1830 922.2 44 

Life; by Henderson. 1867 925.2 6 

Fern, Fanny. Memorial; by Parton 928.1 47 

Ferry, J. Vie de; par Sylvin 920.4 Pam. ii 

Fichte. Life; by Adamson. 1881 921.3 3 

Memoir; by Smith. 1848 921.3 2 

Field, A. Funeral sermon; by Reming- 
ton. 1832 91.7 Pam. I 

Fielding, H. Life; by Dobson. 1883.. 928. 2 426 

Life: by Lawrence. 1855 928.2 242 

Fields, J. T. Biog. notes, etc. 1881... 928.1 69 
Fillmore, M. (See page 71.) 

FiLSON, J. Life. 1884 923. 1 B-24 

FiNLEY, J. B. Autobiog. 1853 922.1 87 

Finney, C. G. Memoirs. 1876 922.130 

Fisher, E. Memoir; by Emerson 922.1 113 

Fisher, S. S. Memorial. 1874... 923.1 Pam. 11 

FisKE, F. Life; by Fiske 922.1 57 

Fitch, J. Life; by Wescott. 1857 926.16 

FiTZBALL, E. Life; 1859 928.2 275 

Fitzgerald, E., Lord. Life; by Moore. 

1831. 2v 923.2342 

Fitzgerald, P. Recreations. 1882. 2 v.. 928. 2 403 
Flagler, C. L. Memorial; by Wis- 

ner 923. i Pam. 22 

Fletcher, Mrs. Autobiog. 1876 928.2 155 

Fleury, M. Memoirs. 1841. 2v 927.46 

Floquet, C. Vie de; par Proth . . .920.4 Pam. 15 

Fontaine, J. A Huguenot family 922.4 6 

Foote, Admiral. (See page 77.) 

FooTE, H. S. Reminiscences. 1874... 923.1 364 

Foote, S. Memoirs; by Cooke. 3 v. . . 927.2 43 

Forney. Anecdotes, public men. 2 v. .923.1 236 

Forrest, Gen. (Sec page 77.) 

Forrest, E. Life; by Alger. 1877 . . .927.1 B-4 

Life; by Barrett. 1881 927.1 23 

Life; by Rees. 1874 927. i 8 

Forward, O. Life; by Sheldon. 1875.. 91.3 i 
Foster, J. Life and cor. 1852. 2 v. .928.2 174 
FoucHE, J. (See page 31.) 
Fox, Caroline. Memories. 18S2 928.2400 

Same 928.2 401 

Fox, C. J. Early life; by Trevelyan. . . .923.2 454 

Later years; by Trotter. 1812 923.2 179 



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Fox, C.J. Life; by Russell. 1859. 3 v. .923.2 176 

Sketch; by Rae. 1874 923.2 180 

Fox, G. The Friends, etc.; byTallack.. 922.2 65 

Journal. 1765: 922.2 B-i 

Passage from journal. 1881 922.2 166 

Francia, Dr. (See page 59.) 

Francis, de SaUs^ St. Life; by Camus. . 922.4 9 

Life; by Lear. 1877 922.4 25 

Francis I., 0/ France. (See page 28.) 
Francis, 0/ Assist, St. Life; by Da 

Magliano. 1867 922.51 

Life; by Oliphant 922.5 2 

Franklin, Benj. (See page 67.) 
Franklin, Sir J. (See page 98.) 
Frederick, t/u great. Correspondence 

with Voltaire 830 207 

Same (in Fr.) 830 221 

(See, also, page 39.) 
Frederick III., of Prussia. (See page 39.) 
Freunghuysen, T. Memoir; by Cham- 
bers. 1863 923.1 252 

Fremont, J. C. Memoir; by Bigelow.. 923.1 231 

Frere, J. H. Memoir; by Frere 928.2 382 

Freycinet, De. Viede; par Depasse.920.4Pam. 9 
Froebel. Reminiscences; by Bulow. . . . 923.3 14 
Froissart. (See page II.) 
Fromentin, E. Life; by Gonse. 1883.. 927.4 19 

Frost, T. Recollections. 1880 , .923.2 455 

Fry, Eliz. Life; by Pitman. 1884 923.2 560 

Memoir. 1847. 2 v 923.2 391 

Memoirs; by Timpson. 1847 923.2 393 

Fuller, T. Life, etc., by Rogers 922.2 103 

' Fulton. R. Life; by Coldcn. 1817 926.1 5 

Gainsborough, T. Life; by Arnold. . .927.2 121 
Life; by Fulcher. 1856... 927.2 110 

Galileo. Life; by Bethun? 1832 925.5 i 

Life; by Gebler. 1879 925.5 3 

Private life. 1870 925. 5 2 

Gallatin, A. (See page 69.) 

Gallenga, a. Episodes. 1885 928.5 30 

Galt, J. Autobiography. 1833. 2 v. . .928.2 203 
Literary life, etc. 1834. 3 v 928.2 205 

Gambetta. (See page 32.) 

Gannett, E. S. Memoir; by his son 922.1 32 

Ganson, J. N. Y. Senate proceedings on 

death of. 1875 91. i B-i 

Garfield. (See page 81.) 

Garibaldi. (See page 36.) 

Garrick, D. Life; by Fitzgerald. 2 v.. 927.2 22 

Life; by Murphy. 1801. 2 v 927.2 24 

Memoirs; by Davies. 1780. 2 v 927.2 26 

Private correspondence. 1835. 2 v.. .826.2 B i 

Garrison, W. L. (See page 75.) 



Gasparin, A. DE. Life; by Borel. i88 

Same. 1879 

Gautier, T. Souvenirs; par Bergerat 
Genghis Khan. (See page 45.) 
Genlis, Countess De. Memoirs. 4 v 
George II., of Eng. (See page 20.) 
George \\\.^ of Eng. (See page 20.) 
George IV., of Eng. (See page 20.) 
Gerry, E. (See page 67.) 

Ghikkrti. Life; by Scott. 1882 

Gibbon, E. Autobiography. 1S46. ., 

Letters 

Life; by Morrison. 1878 

Memoirs; by himself. 1837 

Same; ed. by Howells. 1877 

GiDDiNGS, J. R. (See page 75.) 

Gifford, W. -A.utobiography 

Giotto, A. Life; by Quilter. 18S1. 
Girard, S. Life; by Ingram. 18S4.. 
Gladstone. (See page 21.) 
GoDOLriiiN, Mrs. Life; by Evelyn . . 
GoDOY, D. M. De. Memoirs: by h 

self. 1836. 2 V 

Godwin, \V. Life, etc.; by Paul. 2 
Goethk. Autobiography. 1867. 2 

Characteristics; by Falk, et al. 3 v. 

Conversations. 1850. 2 v 

Conv. with Eckermann. 1839 

Correspondence with a child. 1S59. 

Early letters. 1884 

Life; by DUntzer. 1S83. 2 v 

Life; by Grimm. 1880 

Life; by Hayward. 1S78 

Life; by Lewes. 1864 

Life and work; by Boyescn. 1879 . 

Life and works; by Calvert. 1872.. 
GoETiiE ^m/ Schiller. Cor. 1794-1? 

2V 

Goethe, Catherine E. Correspwndei 
Goldoni, C. Memoirs and autobiog. 
(ioLDSMiTH, O. Biog. ; by Irving. iS 

Same. 1867 

Life; by Black. 1879 

Life; by Forster. 1871. 2 v 

Goodrich, S. G. Peter Parley's 1 
story. 1864. 

Recollections. 1856. 2 v 

Goodyear, C. Trials of an inven 

by Pierce. 1866 

Gordon, Eliz., Duchess of. Life; 

Stuart 

CJordon, Gen. C. G. Life; by Forbe 

Story of: by Hake. 1884 

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« page 39) 

'F. (See page 42.) 

Life, etc.; by Hensel 927.1 15 

pianist. i88z 927.1 25 

Autobiography. 1870 . . . 928. i 43 
nd shadow. 1881 928. i 65 

Autobiographie 927.4 15 

-d R. Reminiscences. 2 v. .928.2 432 

CatA-nt. Memoirs; by Ham- 

181 1. 2 V 923.4 36 

r. (See page 77.) 

•s,^of I^aggan. Letters. 1773- 

3 V 826.2 79 

ind cor. 1845. 3v 826.220 

Life. 1876. 2v 922.2156 

Life; by Gosse. 1882 928.2 407 

Memoirs of his time 923.1 143 

H. At Chappaqua; by Cleve- 

1874 923.1 371 

r Cornell. 1872 928.1 37 

t Parton. 1869. . . . i 928.1 33 

::tions. 1868 928.1 36 

.. Life. 1849 922,1 17 

,. W. Memoir; by Halsey 922.1 38 

i. Life of a cheap jack. 1881.923. 2 361 

Gin. N. (5>ee page 67.) 

GH, H. Memorial; by Tucker- 

1S53 927.1 4 

VII., Pope. (See page 36.) 

•, thf great ^ Pope. (See page 36.) 

f, Sir T. Life. 1845 923.2 360 

E, C. F. (Sec page 20.) 

c, H. (Sec page 21.) 

fULES. (See page 32.) 

iWK. (See page 62.) 

Mdy J. And her husband; by 

rin- 1824 923.219 

rj BartletL 1853 923.2 138 

vf Laird. 1822 923.2 20 

r. R. E. H. Letters. 1859 826.2 34 

G. Life; by his brother 928.2 166 

»l. Memoirs; Dickens, ed, 927.2 60 

J. W. Life; by Salter. 1876. .Q23.1 253 
Baron de. Sel. from cor. 1753- 

L 4 V 846 28 

V«. Sketch; by Eastlake. 1880.928.2371 

. Life; by De Burigny. I754-- • 9235 8 

J. Life; by Strickland, i860.. 922.1 78 

Pictures of the past. 1879 926.236 

£•• De. Journal 928.4 104 

I, et fragments. 1881 928.4 95 

1 846 41 

fc 1881 846 33 

M. De. Journal, Icttres 928.4 94 



I 



GuKRiN, M. ofidY.. De. Monograph; by 

Parr. 1870 928.4 53 

GuiDO Rem. Life; by Sweetser. 1878. 927.5 2a 
GuizOT. Private life; by DeWitt. 1880. 928.4 69 

(See also page 31.) 

GUNTON, W. Sketch; by Sunderland 926.1 17 

GusTAVUS Adolpiius. (See page 41.) 

GusTAVus Vasa. (See page 41.) 

Gutenberg. And printing; by Pearson. 926.3 i 

Life; by Hessels. 1882 926.3 3 

GuTHLAC, 5/. Life; by Felix. 1848. 4 v.. 922. 2 iii 

Guthrie, T. Autobiography. 2 v 922.2 71 

GuYON, J/w^. Biog. ; by Child. 1832.. 922 24 

Life; by Upham. 1868. 2 v 922.4 15 

Guzman, Don de. Life and acts. 1862.. 923.5 31 
GwYN, Nell. Story of; by Cunningham. 927.2 144 

Haddo, Lord. Mertoir. 1867 922.2 91 

Hahnemann. Life; by Burnett. 1881.. 926.3 2 

Hale, D. Memoir; by Thompson 928.1 41 

Hale, N. (See page 67.) 

Hai^vy, L. Vie de; par Claretie. .920.4 Pam. 31 

Hall, Capt. B. Autobiog. ^62. 2 v. . 926.2 32 

Hall, S. C. Life. 1815-1S83 928.2 422 

Halleck, F. G. Life; by Wilson 928.1 19 

Hallock, J. Life; by Vale 922.1 89 

Hamilton, Alex. (See page 69.) 
Hamilton, Z<if/j/ E. Memoirs. 1815..923.2 284 
Hamilton, J. Life; by Arnot. 1870.. . 922.2 60 
Hamilton, J. A. Reminiscences. 1869. 923. i 225 

Hamilton, SirW. Life; by Monck 921.2 16 

Life; by Veitch. 1882 921.2 15 

Memoir; by Veitch. 1869 921.2 11 

Hamilton, W. R. Life; by Graves, v. i.. 925.2 34 
Hamlin, Afrs. H. A. L. Memorials; by 

Lawrence 922. i 6r 

Hammond, M. M. Memoir. 1858 922.2 8r 

Hampdkn, John. (See page 19.) 
Hancock. Gen. W. S. (See page 77.) 

Handel. Life; by Marshall. 1883 927.3 56 

Life; by Rockstro. 1883 927.3 54 

Life; by Schoelcher. 1857 927.2 72 

Hannibal. (See page 6.) 

Hardwickk, P. Y. Life; by Harris. 3 v.. 923.2 307 

Hare, A/rs. A. Memorials; by Hare. . . 922.2 94 

Harness, W. Reminiscences 928.2 306 

Haroun Alraschid. (See page 11.) 

Harriott, J. Adventures. 1815. 3 v. .923.2 382 

Harrison, W. ?L (See page 71.) 

Hartley, D. Life; by Bower. 1881... 921.2 18 

Haskins, R.W. Memorial; by Sellstedt.91.4 Pam. I 

Haslam, \V. From death to life. 1880.922.2 143 

Hastings, W. (See page 48.) 

Hauskr, Casi'ER. Acc'tof; byFeuerbach. 923.3 17 



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Haussonville, D'. Ma jeunessc. 1814- 

1830 928.4 113 

Havelock, H. Biog.; by Brock. 1858. .923.2 301 

Haven, A. B. Memoir. 1868 928.1 28 

Havergal, F. R. Memorials; by Haver- 
gal. 1880 922.2 142 

Hawkins, J. H. W. Life; by Hawkins.. 922.1 85 
Hawker, R. S. Life; by Baring-Gould.. 922. 2 140 
Hawthorne. And bis wife; by Haw- 
thorne. 1885. 2v 928.1 105 

Life; by James. 1880 928. i 55 

Study; by Latbrop. 1876 928.1 54 

Haydn. Life; by Bombet. 1818 927.325 

Life; by Nohl. 1883 927^ 49 

Haydon, B. R. Life. 1853. 2v 927.214 

Life, letters, etc. 1876 927.2 70 

Hayes, G. E. Memorial; by Hayes. . . . 91.4 i 
Hayes, R. B. (See page 81.) 
Hayward, /•</. Dairies ofa lady of quality.923. 2 409 
Hazlitt, W. Memoirs; by Hazlitt. 2V.928.2 180 

Recollections of 928.2 301 

Heacock, Rev. G. W. Farewell and wel- 
come. 1869 91.5 Pam. 3 

Heber, R. Life. 1830. 2 v 922.2 B-2 

Heckewelder, J. Life; by Rondthaler.. 922.1 51 

Hegel. Life; by Caird. 1883 921.3 7 

Heine. Derniers jours; par Selden 928.4 103 

Life-work, etc.; by Stigand. 1875 928.3 26 

Memoiren, prosa, briefe. 18S4 928.3 45 

Memoirs. 1884 928.3 46 

Souvenirs intimes; par Weill. 1883 928.3 40 

Hemans, Mrs. Memorials; by Chorley. 

1836. 2 V 928.2 330 

Hendricks, T. A. (See page 81.) 

Henry, J. Memorial. 1880 925.1 B-i 

Henry, Patrick. (See page 67.) 

Henry, Philip. Diaries. 1631-1696. .922.2 172 

Life; by Henry. 1848 922.2 76 

Henry, Prince of Porlugal. (See page 12.) 
Henry H., of Eng. (See page 17.) 
Henry IV., of Eng. (See page 17.) 
Henry IV., of France. (See page 28.) 
Henry V., of Eng. (See page 17.) 
Henry VIL, tf//:;;^'-. (See page 18.) 
Henry VIII. , of Eng. (See page 18.) 

Henson. Story of life. 1S58 922.1 84 

Hepburn, J. Life; by Schiern. 1880.. 923. 2 452 
Herbert, Lord^ of Cherbury. Autobiog; 

ed. by Howell 928.2 292 

Herbert, G. Life; by Walton 922.2 16 

Herder and his times; by Nevinson 92S.3 44 

Herodotus. (See page 5.) 

Herschell, C. Memoirand cor. 1876.. 925.2 7 

Herschell, 5/r\V. Life; by Holden. . . 925.39 



Hertford, W., Marquis of. Life; by 

Lewis 9 

Hilary, St. Life; by Cazenove < 

Hill, B. E. Playing about. 1840. 2v..< 

Hill, H. Recollections. 1884 9: 

Hill, M. D. Memoir; by his daughters.. 9: 
Hill, Rex'. R. Life; by Broome. 1881..9: 

Life; by Charlesworth < 

Hill, 5/rR. Life; by Hill. 1880. 2 v.. 9: 
HiNCKS, Sir F. (See page 60.) 

Hinton, J. Life and letters. 1878 9: 

H ODDER, G. Reminiscences 9: 

Hodge, C. Life; by Hodge. 1880 9: 

Hodgson, i?«^, F. Memoir. 1878. 2V..9; 
Hogarth. Life; by Dobson. 1879 92 

Life; bySala. 1866 

Hogg, J. Memorials; by Garden. 18S5..9: 
Holbein. And the Meier Madonna; by 
Womum. 1871 92 

Life; by Woltmann. 1879 ( 

Life; by Womum. 1867 92 

HoLCROFT, T. Memoirs; by himself < 

Holland, G. Sketch. 1871 95 

Holland, 5i>H. Recollections. 1872.. 
Holland House; by Liechtenstein. 2 V..9 
HoLLEY, M. Life; by W^right. 1882.. 9 
Holmes, Dr. O. W. Dinner to, N. Y...9 

Life; by Kennedy. 1883 * 

Reference list; by Foster, v. 3 

Home, H. Memoirs; by Ty tier. 3v... 

Homer. Life; by Lamartine 

Hood, Robin. (See Robin Hood.) 

Hood, T. Memorials, i860. 2 v g 

Hook, T. Life and remains; by Barham..9 
Hook, W. F. Life, etc.; by Stephens.. 9 

Hooker, R. Life; by Walton 

Hopkins, Mrs. A. Memorial; by Thomp- 
son 91. 

Hopkins, Stephen. (Sec page 65.) 
Horner, F. Memoirs, etc. 1853. 2 v., 9 
Hortense, Queen. (See page 31.) 

Hosmer, Rev. G. W. Memorial 

Houdin, R. Life; by himself 

Houssaye. Les confessions. i830-*8o. 

4 V 9 

Houston, G. S. Address on. 1880. .92; 
Houston, Mrs. A woman's memories. 

1883. 2 v 9 

Houston, S. (See page 71.) 

Howard, John. Life; by Stoughton..^ 

Prison-world; by Dixon % 

Howe, Admiral. Life; by Barrow ^ 

Hudson, H^. (See page 55.) 

Hughes, J. Life; by Hassard. 1866... 



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emoir of a brother. i873..*923.2 387 
R. Life; by Barbou. 1881.. 928.4 93 

2 % 928.4 92 

ago. 1863. 2v 928.430 

.B.Smith. 1885 928.4 III 

• Claretie 920.4 Pam. I 

V. Revol. services of. 1848.. 923.1 195 
(See psL^e 48.) 
A. Von. Letters. 1827-58.. 836 5 

9 9253 8 

-c>wenbcrg, /-/ tf/. 1873. 2.v.. 925.33 

K.and W . Lives ; by Kleucke, 

1853 925.3 5 

Life; by Huxley. 1879 921.2 10 

Life; by Rowe 922.2 129 

GH. Autobiog. 1850. 2 v.. 928. 2 184 

52. 2v 826.231 

And pupils; by Gross 926.2 42 

ON, A. Address; by Lord.. 923.1 Pam. 16 
ON, S., Countess of. Life; by 

2 V 922. 2 40 

Memoirs; by Kilvert. 1 860.. 922. 2 154 
N. Life; byWratislaw. 1882.. 922.3 21 

:.; by Gillett. 1863. 2 v 922.3 i 

>N, F. Life; by Fowler. 1882.. 921.2 19 
SON. Col. J. (See page 19.) 
M>N, Gov. T. (See pages 64-65.) 

U. Von. Life; by Strauss 928.3 36 

W. Life. 1872 928.2163 

I AIK. (See page 48.) 

wy of ; by Alexander. 1883 922.5 35 

Sir E. Impeachment of; by 

len. 1885. 2v 95483 

.L,J. R. Eulogy; by Brown.. 923. 1 Pam. 35 

J. Life; by McRee. 2 v. . . .923.1 304 

W. H. Confessions. 1805... 822.3 149 

S. Life; by Oliphant. 1862. ..922.2 50 

i. Id £ng. and Am.; by Daly.. 927. 2 139 

ccount. 1883 927.2 138 

; by Winter. 1885 927.2 145 

W. Anniversary. 1883 928. i 98 

7 Hill. 1879 928.1 31 

»y Warner. 1881 928.1 68 

idlet'rs; by Irving. 1862. 4 v.. 928. i 10 

r. 1870 928. 1 14 

ace list; by Foster, v. 3 16 55 

;; by Warner, Bryant and Put- 

1880 928. 1 58 

I., 0/ Spain. (See page 35.) 
.11., 0/ Spain. (See page 35 . ) 

, Andrew. (Sec page 71.) 
(•'Stonewall"). (See page 77.) 



I 



Jahangueir. (See page 48.) 
James I., 0/ Ara^on. (See page 35.) 
James I., 0/ Eng. (See page 18.) 
James II., of Eng. (See page 19.) 
Jameson, Mrs. Memoirs; by Macpher- 

son. 1878 928.2 315 

Jasper, Sergeant. (See page 69.) 
Jay, J. (See page 67.) 
Jeanne D'Alkret. (See page 2S.) 
Jefferson, T. (Seepage 70.) 
Jeffersons, The. Lives; by Winter. ... 927.1 27 
Jeffrey, Lord F. Life and cor. ; by Cock- 
bum. 1852. 2v 928.2196 

Jemison, Mary. (See page 62.) 

Jenner, E. Life; by Baron, 1S27 926.2 41 

Jerdan, W. Reminiscences 928.2 304 

Jerome, St. Life; by Cutts 922.6 53 

Jerrold, D. Life; by Jerrold. 1859. .928.2 221 
Joan of Arc. (See page 28.) 
JohnChrysostum. Life; by Macgilvray.. 922.63 
John, Don, of Austria. Life: by Max- 
well. 1883 940 B-7 

John, St. Life, etc.; by McDonald 922.6 i 

Pupils of; by Yonge 922.6 44 

Johnson, Andrew. (See page 76.) 

Johnson, S. Anecdotes of; by Piozzi. . . 928.2 29 

Life; by Adams. 1869 928.2 261 

Life; by Boswell. 4 v 928.2 245 

Same. 1824. 5 v 928.2 253 

Same. 1832. 2v 928.2 258 

Life; by Hewlett. 1850 922.2 102 

Life; by Stephen. 1878 928.2 43 

Life and conv. ; by Main. 1S74 928.2 260 

Reference list; by Foster, v. 4 16 15 

Johnson, .Sir W. (See page 65.) 

Johnston, Gen. A. S. (See page 77.) 

Johnston, Gen. J. E. (See page 77.) 

JoLi, Guy. (See page 29.) 

Jones, A. E. ** Una and her paupers. ".923. 2 394 

Jones, Paul. (Sfee page 67.) 

JoNSON, Ben. Conv. with Drummond. .928.2 280 

Jordan, Mrs. Life; by Boaden. 2 v. ,.927.2 41 

Joseph. Story of; by Clarke *922.6 22 

Josephine, Empress. (Sec page 31.) 

Joy, W. Memorial; by Steele. 1864... 91.3 i 

JUDD, Sylvester. Life, etc. 1857 928.1 116 

JUDSON, A. Life; eJ. by Bonar. 1871.. 922.1 55 

Life; by Judson. 1883 922.1 129 

Memoir. 1853. 2v 922.1 52 

Records. 1854 922.1 54 

JUDSON, E. C. Life, etc.; by Kendrick. .922.1 56 

JUDSON, S. B. Memoir; by Judson 922.1 58 

Julian, Emperor. (See page 10.) 

Julian. G. W. Pol. recollections 923.1 477 



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Jung-Stilling, H. Life. 1836. 3 v.. 928. 3 31 

JUNKIN, G. Biog.; by Junkin 922.1 37 

JUNOT, Madame. (See Abrantes, D'.) 



Kalb, Baron De. (See page 67.) 

Kane, E. K. Biog.; by Elder. 1858... 926.1 11 

Love-life, etc. 1866 926. i 10 

(See, also, page 98.) 
Kant. Centenary of. Reference list; by 

Foster, v. i 16 55 

Life; by Stuckenburg. 1882 921.3 4 

Life; by Wallace. 1882 921.3 5 

Karr, a. Le livre de bord. 3 v 928.4 61 

Kean, C. Life; by Cole. 1859. 2 v... 927.2 78 
Kean, E. Life. 1835 927.2 35 

Life; by Hawkins. 1869. 2 v 927.2 33 

Kearney, Gen. T. (See page 77.) 

Keats, J. Letters. 18 19-1820. . » 826.2 41 

Life, letters, etc. 1848 928.2 127 

Keble, J. Memoir; by Coleridge. 1869.. 922. 2 141 

Keeler, R. Vagabond adventures 928.1 48 

Keese, J. Biog.; by Keesc. 1883 928.1 94 

Keith, C. P. Memoir, Tenney; ed. 922.1 62 

Kelley, A. Remin'ces; by Yaple.. 923.1 Pam. 17 

Kelly, M. Reminiscences. 2 v 927.2 81 

Kemble, Fanny. Records of a girlhood.. 927. 2 105 

Records of later life. 1882 927.2 107 

Kemble, J. P. Memoirs ; by Boaden. 

1825. 2 V 927.2 75 

Kembles, The. Lives; by Fitzgerald. 2 v.. 927. 2 31 
Kempis, Thomas a. (See Thomas ^ Kempis.) 
Kendall, A. (See page 71.) 
Kent, E-, Duke of. Life and cor.; by 

Neal. 1850 923.2 154 

Kerkadec, S. D. Reminiscences of a 

canoncss. 1874. 2 v 923.4 120 

Keyes, E. D. Fifty years. 1884 923. i 494 

KiDi), Capt. Life; by Abbot 345 20 

Kilfatrick, Gen. (See page 77.) 
KiNCAiD, E. Hero-missionary; by Pat- 
ton 922.1 59 

KlNG,T. S. Tribute to; by Frothingham.. 922.1 118 

King, W. R. Addresses on. 1854 923.1 223 

Kingsley, C. Letters and life; by Mrs. 

K. 1877. 2 V 928.2 288 

Same, i v 92S.2 289^^4 

KiRKALDY, VV. Memoirs. 1849 923.2 325 

KiTTO, J. Life; by Eadie. 1878 922.2 131 

Klopstock. Memoirs. 1808 928.3 47 

Knapp, J. Autobiog. 186S 922.1 71 

Knight, Chas. Passages from life 928.2 189 

Knight, Cornelia. Reminiscences 923.2 412 

Knox, J. Life: by McCrie. 1845 922.2 25 

Life; by Taylor. 1S85 922.2 184 

♦ For younfir readers. 



Knox, R. Sketch; by Lonsdale. 1870 
KoLLi, Baron de. (Sec page 35.) 
KoROS. (See Csoma de Koros.) 
Kossuth. (Sec page 36.) 
Kotzebue. Sketch; by himself. 2v. .. 



Krummacher, F. W. Autobiog. 1869. 

Labiche, E. Vie de; par Claret ie. .920. 
Lackington. J. Memoirs; by himself. . 
Lacordaire. Life: by Montalembert.. 
Lafarge, Mme. Memoirs; by herscli 

1841. 2 v 

Lafayette. Private life; byCloquet. .. 

(See, also, page 30.) 

La Fontaine. Life; 1882 

La Marche. (See page 28.) 
La Mark. (See page 28.) 
Lamartine. And friends; by Lacretellc 

Les confidences. 1865 

Twenty- five years of life. 1872. 2 v. 
Lamb, Chas. Life; by Ainger. 1SS2.. 

Life and letters; by Talfourd. 1S59. . 

Memoir; by Procter. 1S66 

Memorials; by Talfourd. 1859 

Same. 1848 

Recollections of 

Lamb, Gen. J, Memoir; by Leake. 1850.. 

Lamb, Mary. Life; by Gilchrist 

Lamb, Mary and Chas. Poems, letters 

etc. 1874 

Landor, W. S. Biog.; by Forster 

Life; by Colvin. 1881 

Landskf.r, Sir E. Life: by Stephens .. 

Life; by Sweetser. 1879 

Memoirs; by Stephens. 1S74 

Lanv^ion, Stephen. Life; by Maurice. 

Laplace. Eulogy; by Fourier 925 

La Salle. (See page 60.) 

Las Casas. (See page 56.) 

Latimer, H. Biog. ; by Demans. 1869. 

Laud, W. Life; by Norton. 1S64 

Lavalette, G*//;//. (See page 31.) 
Law, E. Political diary. 1881. 2v. .. 

Law, W.; Life; by Overton. 1881 

Lawrence, A. Diary and cor. 1S55 . . 

Poor boy and merchant; by Thayer . ."■ 
Lawrence, J., I^rd. (See page 48.) 
Lawrence, Sir T. Life; by Gower 

Life and cor. ; by Williams. 2 v 

Lawson, G. Life, etc.; by Macfarlane.. 

Lay, a. M. Addresses on. 1881 9 

Leach. Rough sketches. 1831 

Leadbeater, M. Sel. from cor. 2 v. . 
Leatiies, E. An actor abroad 



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Soovenirs. 1879 927.410 

(See pagre 67.) 
.5. (See pag^e 67.) 

(See pas:e 67.) 
>. (See pa.s:e 67.) 
BERT E. (Sec page 77.) 

iog^. sketch; by Kitton 927.2 137 

ifc; by Merz. 1884 921.3 6 

. P. Drafts on memory. 

V 923.2 373 

. (Sec psige 36.) 
f. (Sec page 36.) 

c/ Belgium. (See page 40.) 
I. Autobiography, i860... 927. 2 17 

"le de; par Pinard 920.4 Pam. 23 

-ife; by Sime. 1877. 2v 928.3 19 

urorks; by Stahr. 1866. 2 v. . . 928.3 12 

Life; by Fitzpatrick. 2 v. .92S.2 337 
L- Memoirs. 1S05. 2v 927.2 100 

G. C. Letters. 1870 826.2 42 

G- Life and cor. 1839. 2 v.. 928. 2 167 
Life and letters. 1882 928.3 39 

(Sec page 76.) 
NY. In Am.; by Rosenberg. . . 927.5 13 
''. Life; by Linn aW Sargent.. 923.1 229 
, C. Life; by Stoever. 1794. . . 925.5 4 
Life, 1811-1840; by Kamann. 

2 V 927.3 41 

>x, E. Life; by Hunt. 1S64.. 923.1 162 
)N, W. Memoir; by Sedgwick. 923. 1 102 
)NE, D. (See page 53.) 

1^\ by Capes. 1880 928.6 8 

iHN. Life; by Bourne. 1876. 2 v. 921.26 

r King. 1830. 2v 921.24 

r Fowler. 1880 921.2 13 

35. Life; by Devey. 1862 926.2 18 

f. E. Life. 1883 925.233 

,ow. Bibliography of 16 63 

hy; by Kennedy. 1882 928.1 74 

ihy; by Underwood. 1882 928.1 73 

; by Stoddard. 1882 928. i 77 

ice list; by Foster, v. 2 16 55 

by Davidson. 1882 928.1 Pam. i 

LOW ^/k/ Emerson. Tributes to; 

. Historical 5>ociety. 1882 928.1 76 

nxE, Duchfss de. (See page 29.) 

T. J. C. Memoir. 1878 91.5 6 

A. M. Helm, sword and cross. 922.1 63 
1, C. Life; by .Sweetser. 1878.. 927.4 8 

Ctm. Sketch: by Malleson 923.3 46 

., of France. (Sec page 28.) 
., of France. (.See page 28.) 
v., 0/ France. (See page 29.) 
'.. ef France. (See page 29.) 



Louis XVI., of France. Pol. and confi- 
dential correspondence. 1803. 3 v. . 846 5 
(See, also, pages 29-30.) 
Louis XVII., of France. (See page 32.) 
Louis XVIII., of France. (See page 32.) 
Louis Philippe. (See page 32.) 
Louise, ^ />(ff«r^. Life; by Lear. 1877.. 922.4 24 
Louise, de Savoy. (See page 28.) 
Louise, of Prussia. (See page 39.) 
L'OuvERTURE, T. (See page 56.) 
LovEjOY, E. P. Memoir; by Love joy ..922.1 107 

(See, also, page 75.) 
LovEjOY, O. Addresses on. 1864. .923.1 Pam. 3 
Lover, .S. Biog. ; by Symington. 1880.. 928. 2 361 

Life; by Bernard. 1874 928.2 169 

Lovett, W. Life; 1876 923.2 420 

LowDER, C. Biography 922.2 163 

Lowell, J. R. Biog.; by Underwood . . 928.1 71 

Loyola, I. Life; by Rose. 1870 922.5 19 

LuTFULLAH. Autobiography. 1857 923.529 

Luther. Anecdotes; by Maciulay 922.3 28 

Homes, etc.; by Stoughton. 1883 922.3 27 

Leben und schriften; by Kristiin. 2 v.. 922.3 23 

Life; by himself. 1882 922.3 30 

Life; by KOstlin. 1883 922.3 26 

Life. etc. ; by Lee. 1S55 922.3 6 

Life; by Michelet. 1846 922.3 5 

Life; by Rein. 1883 922.3 25 

Life; by Treadwell. 1881 922.3 18 

Life; by Worsiey. 1S56. 2 v 922.3 3 

Reference list; by Foster, v. 3 16.55 

Short biog.; by Froude. 18S3 922.3 29 

Ly.ndhurst, Lord. Life; by Campbell .923.2 315 

Life; by Martin. 18S3 923.2 543 

Lyo.n, Gcti. N. (See page 77.) 
Lytton, E. G. E. Bulwer, Lord. Life, 

letters, etc. ; by his son. 1S83. v. 1,2. .928.2 442 

Macaulay, Zon/. Life; by Jones 928.2 343 

Life; by Morison. 1883 928.2 415 

Life and letters; by T re vol van. 2 v. .928.2 194 

Same. 1878. 2 v 928.2 192 

Maccabaeus. (See page 6.) 

McCall, Gen. G. A. Letters. iSCS 82O.1 9 

McClellan, Gen. (See paj^c 77.) 
Machi.welli. Life and times; by Vil- 

lari. 1S78. 4 v 923.5 46 

McIlvaine, C. P. Memorials. 18S2... 922.1 124 
McKenney, T. L. (See page 62.) 
Mackenzie, \Vm. Lyon. (See page 60.) 

Mackintosh, Sir]. Memoirs. 2 v 928.2 190 

Macklin, C. Memoirs; by Cooke 927.2 77 

Memoirs; by Kirkman. 1799. 2 v. . , . 927.2 39 
MACLEOD, N. Memoir; by Macleod. 2 v. .922. 2 123 



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Mancini, Marie. 
Manin, Daniel. 
Mann, Horace. 
Manningham, J. 
Mansfield, £. D. 



Maclise, D. Memoir. 1871 927.2 16 

MacMahon, Marshal. Vie de; par Dau- 

det 920.4 Pam. 28 

Macmillan, D. Memoir; by Hughes. .923.2 526 
Macready. As I knew him; by Pollock.927.2 143 

Reminiscences. 1875 927.2 61 

McVickar. J. Life; 1872 922.1 68 

Madison, J. (See page 70.) 
Maiidi, El. (See page 51.) 
Mahomet. (See page 11.) 
Maintenon, Madame D. Secret corre- 
spondence. 1827. 3 V 846 I 

(See, also, page 29.) 
Malmesbury, ^ar/ <?/. Autobiog. 2 v. 923.2 565 
Malibran, il/;//^'. Reminiscences. 1881. 927 41 
Mallet du Pan, J. (See page 30.) 

Mallet, Mme. J. Life; by DeWitt 922.4 12 

Malone, E. Life; by Prior, i860 92S.2 234 

Malthus, T. R. Life; by Bonar 923.2 363 

(See page 29.) 
(See page 37.) 
Life; by wife. 1865.. 923.1 314 

Diary. 1 868 923. 2 435 

Memories. 1879 . . . 92S.1 51 

Mantegna, a. Life; by Cartwright 927.5 52 

Margaret, of Anjou. (See page 17.) 
MargarEtT, of Cortona^ St. Life; by 

Giovagnoli 922. 5 22 

Margaret, of Navarre. (See page 29.) 

Marguerite, de Valois. (See page 29.) 

Marie Antoinette. (See page 30.) 

Marie, de Medicis. (See page 29.) 

Marie Stuart. (See Mary, Queen of Scots.) 

Marion, Gen. (See page 67.) 

Mark am/ Luke, Sts. Lives; by Cave. .. 922.6 30 

Marlborough. (See page 19.) 

Marlborough, Duchess of. Account of 

conduct. 1742 923.2 266 

Memoirs; by Thomson. 2 v 923.2 264 

Marmontel. Memoirs; by himself. 2 v.. 928.4 18 

Same. 1808. 4 v 928.4 64 

Marry AT, Capt. Life and letters. 2 v. 928. 2 208 

Marsden, J. Life. 1814 922.1 138 

Marsh, W. Life; by his daughter 922.2 86 

Marshall, C. (See page 67.) 

Marshall, John. (See page 83.) 

Martha. Memorial; by Reed. 1825.. . 922.2 92 

Martin, H. Vie de; par Depasse. .920.4 Pam. 37 

Sa vie, etc.; par Hanotaux. 1885 928.4 112 

Martin, J. Life and remains 928.2 219 

Martin, Mrs., ed. Memories of 70 y'rs..928.2 441 

Martin, St. Life; by Cazenove 922.6 60 

Martineau, II. Autobiog. 1877. 2 v. .928. 2 187 

Life; by Miller. 1885 928.2 477 



Martyn, H. Life; by BcU. 1880 

Life; by Sargent. 1868 

Marvin, He G. Expose, etc. 1861-68 
Mary, of Burgundy. (See page 40.) 
Mary, Queen of Scots. Lettrcs ct men 
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(See, also, page 26.) 
Masaniello. (See page 37.) 

Mason, M. W. Life; 1870 

Mather, I. Life; by Pond. 1847 — 
Mathews, Father. Biog.; by Maguire 
Mathews, C. Memoirs; by Mathews., 

Cont. of same. 1839. 2 v 

M.\thews, C. J. Life and cor. 2 v. .. 
Maurice, F. D. Life; by his son. 2 v. 
Maximilian, of Austria. (See page 39. 
Maximilian, of Mexico. (See page 57. 

Maxwell, J. C. Life; 1882 

May, S. J. (See page 75.) 
Mazeppa. (See page 42.) 
Mazarin. (See page 29.) 
Mazzini, J. Memoir; by E. A. V 

(See also page 36.) 

Mead. H. In memoriam. 1881 92 

Meagher, T. F. Life; by Lyons 

Medici, Catheri.ne dk. (See Catheri 

de Medicis.) 
Medici, Lorenzo de. (Sec page 37.) 
Medici. Maria de. (See Marie • 

Medicis.) 
Meissonier. Life; by Mollett. 18S2. 
Mklancthon. Life; by Cox. 181 5.. 

Melbourn, J. Life, etc. 1847 

Melbourne, W., Lord. Memoirs; 

Torrens. 1878. 2 v 

Melek-Hanum. Autobiog. 1872 

Melito. (See page 30.) 

Melvill, J. Autobiog. and diar\' 

Memlinc, H. Life, etc.; by Wealc... 
Mendelssohn, F. Letters; Hiller, eJ. 

Letters. 1868 

Same; tr. by Wallace. iS68 

Life; by Lampadius. 1866 

Life; by Rockstro. 1884 

Recollections; by Devrient. 1869. . . 

Reminiscences; by Polko. i86q 

M endelssohn Family. 1 729- 1 S47 ; 

Hensel. 2 v 

Menschikoff. From peasant to prince 

Merim£e, p. Letters. 1S74 

Merritt, W. H. Biog.; by Merritt.. 

Metastasio. Memoirs; by Burney. 3 

Metcalfe, C, Lord. Life and cor.; 

Kaye. 1858. 2v 



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Memoirs, etc. 
Morris, Gouv. 
Morse, S. F. B. 
Morton, O. P. 



(Sec pa£:e 39.) 

^ie de; par XJlbach..920.4 Pam. 39 

ilt son temps; par De Bury.. 927.3 23 

:lo. Life; by Clement.. . 927.5 40 

►pa. 1S07 927.5 B-3 

nm. 1869. 2v 927.515 

•ford. 1858. 2v 927.53 

5Ctser. 1878 927.521 

cs relating^ to; by Norton. 

>ibliog. cont 16 B-16 

Biog.; by Bain. 1882 928.2 354 

wer. 1881 921.218 

^RT. Autobiog. 1873 928.2 201 

)y Bain. 1882 928.2 355 

jenccr tt al. 1873 928.2 202 

;ii. Life and letters. 2v... 925.2 8 
i. etc. iSSi 925.2 10 

925.2 \o% 

Sketches of Life; by White.. 92 2.1 130 
F. Life; by Sensier; 18S1... 927.4 14 

Life; by Bonar. 1869 922.2 74 

Memoir; by Stone 922.1 95 

elucidation of autograph; by 

f. 1S61 928.2 R-i 

Brooke- 1879 928.2 335 

Masson. 1871. 6 v 928.2 307 

PattLson. 1880 928.2 339 

Symmons. 1810 928.2 239 

Todd. 1826 928.2 237 

crs, etc. 1859 928.2 238 

(Sec page 30.) 
, B. Dk. Life: by Bonneau.. . 922.4 18 
, O. M. The patriot boy; by 

cy. 1865 *925.i 6 

M- R. Letters. 1882. 2 v.. 826.2 69 

herself. 2 v 928.2 93 

. Story; by Collins. 1883... 927.5 6i 
S. Life; by Manning. 1875. .922. 2 106 

D. (See Mahomet.) 
Ahmed. (See Mahdi, El.) 

J. Life; by Oliphant et al 928.4 51 

Ci^unt, (See page 39.) 

«. (See page 19.) 

H, Dukx' of. (See page 19.) 

. Life; by his daughter 922.4 32 

AS. (Sec page 71.) 

Mrj,K, Letters. 1810. 4 v.. 826.2 84 
last century; by Doran 923.2 364 

E. W. Autobiog. 1870 923.2 375 

S69. 3 V 923.2 375 

f. Kiog. ; by Newman 923.2 348 

Ca>/}' Maky W. Letters 826.2 15 

y 826.2 17 

• For yovLng readers. 



Montaigne. Biog. ; by St. John. 2 v. . 928.4 72 

Life; by Collins. 1879 928.4 52 

Montalembert, Count. Memoir; by Oli- 
phant. 1872. 2v 928.423 

Montcalm. (See page 60.) 

MONTEFIORE, Sir M. Biog.; by Wolf . .923.2 569 
MoNTEZ, Lola. Lectures and autobiog.. 927.2 62 
MoNTFORT, Simon de. (See page 17.) 

Montgomery, J. Life; by Knight 928.2 81 

MoNTLUC. (See page 28.) 
MONTPENSIER, M'//e De. (See page 29.) 

Moore, T. Life; by Symington 928.2 362 

Memoirs; ed. by Russell. 1853 8 v.. 928. 2 116 

Reminiscences 928.2 304 

Mordaunt, C. Memoir; by Warburton.. 923.2 269 
More, Hannah. Memoirs; by Roberts.. 928.2 64 
More, 5i>T. A boy's ideal; by Cooke.. *923. 2 525 
Morgan, Gen. (See page 67.) 

Morgan, Lm/}'. Autobiog. 1859 928.2 70 

1863. 2 V 928.2 68 

(See page 67.) 

Life; by Prime. 1875.. 926.1 7 

Sketch. 1876 923.1 Pam. 8 

MosBY, J. S. (See page 77.) 

MoscHELES, I. Diaries and cor. 1873.. 927.3 i 

Moses. And the prophets; by Stebbins. .922.6 23 

Life; by Smith, T. 1862 922.6 24 

Life; by Taylor. 1879 922.6 63 

Motley, J. L. Memoir; by Holmes. . . . 928.1 34 
MoTT, J. anc^ L. (See page 75.) 

Mozart. Letters. 1 769-1 791. 2 v 836 i 

Life; by Bombet. 1818 927.3 25 

Life; by Gehring. 1883 927.3 55 

Life; by Jahn. 1882. 3 v 927.3 50 

Life; by Nohl. 1877. 2v 927.343 

Same. 1880. i v 927.3 30 

Life and cor. ; by Holmes. 1845 927.3 2 

Mozley, /^ev. J. B. Letters. 1885 826.2 83 

MozLEY, T. Reminiscences of Oxford 

movement, etc. 1882. 2 v 922.2 169 

Reminiscences of towns, etc. 2 v 922.2 186 

Muhlenberg, W. A. Life; by Ayres. .922.1 iii 
Munden, J. S. Memoirs; by his son. . . . 927.2 42 

MOller, G. Life of trust. 1861 922.3 12 

MURCiiisoN, R. Life; by Geikie. 2 v. . 925.2 24 
MuRiLLO. Life; by Minor. 1882. ..... 927.5 53 

Life: by Sweetser. 1878 927.5 24 

Murray, L. Memoirs. 1827 924.1 i 

Murray, N. Memoirs; by Prime. 1862. 922.1 97 
Musset, a. Dk. Biog.; by De Musset. . 928.4 38 

Napier, C. O. G. Tommy Try. i869.*925.2 19 

Napier, M. Sel. from cor. 1879 826.2 48 

Napier, 6>> \V. Life; by Bruce. 2 v. . 928.2 71 



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I 



Napoleon I. Cor. with Josephine. 1856. 846 8 

(See, also, pages 30-31.) 
Napoleon III. (See page 32.) 
Naquet, a. Vie de; par Proth. . . .920.4 Pam. 17 

Nasmyth, J. Autobiog. 1883 *926.2 45 

Necker. Du caractere de; par De Stael. 840 260 

(See, also, page 30.) 
Necker, Mme. Salon of; by D' Hausson- 

ville. 1882. 2 V 923.4 155 

Neilson, L. a. Memorial; byDe Leine.927.2 123 

Nelson, Lord, (See page 20.) 

Nerinckx, C. Life; by Maes. 1880... 922.1 no 

Nero. (See page 10.) 

Newcastle, W.. Z>«>&^/>/. And wife; by 

the Duchess. 1872 923.2 542 

Newman, Cardinal. Apologia pro vita 

sua. 1864 922.2 97>i 

Hist, of my religious opinions. 1870. . 922.2 97 

Life; by Jennings. 1882 922.2 161 

Newton, Sirl, Memoirs; by Brewster. 925.2 2 
Ney, Marshal, (See page 31.) 
Nicholas I., of Russia, (See pages 41 

and 42.) 

NiEBUHR. Life and letters. 1852 928.3 16 

NiSBET,, J. Life; by Wallace 922.2 128 

NoLLEKiNS. And his times; by Smith 927.2 7 

NoLTE, V. In both hemispheres. 1854. . 923.3 16 
North, Christopher. (See Wilson, Prof, J.) 
NoTT, E. Memoirs; by Van Santvoord. . 922.1 65 
NuNCOMAR. (See page 48.) 



Oberlin, J. F. Memoirs. 1845 922.47 

O'CONNELL, D. The patriot; by W^ 

Phillips 923.2 Pam. 9 

O'Connor, M. P. Addresseson. 1882.. 923.1 B-23 
Ogden, W. B. (See page 92.) 

Oglethorpe, J. Biog. ; by Harris 923.2 388 

Memoir; by Wright. 1867 923. 2 389 

O'Kekfe, J. Recollections. 1826. 2 v. .928.2278 

Reminiscences. 1875 928.2 279 

Oken, L. Biog. sketch; by Ecker 925.3 10 

Oldfield, Mrs. Memoirs; by Curl 927.2 115 

Olin, S. Life. 1853. 2v 922.199 

Olney, S. Life; by Williams. 1839... 923.1 484 
Orange, Princes of. (See page 40.) 
Orleans, Eliz., Duchess of. Memoir; by 

De Harcourt. i860 923.4 109 

Ormond, J., Duke of. Life; by Carte. 

1851. 6 V 923.2 327 

Orsi, CV7«/iA Recollections. 1881 923.5 39 

Orth, G. S. Addresseson. 1883 923.1 B-25 

Orton, Rev, S. G. Memorial 91.5 Pam. 2 

OssoLi, Margaret F. Life; by Higgin- , 

son. 1884 928.1 96 I 

• For young 



OssoLi, Margaret F. Life: by How* 

Memoirs; by Emerson, et al, 2 v. . . 
Otis, J. (See page 67.) 
Outram. J. Biog.; by Goldsmid. 2 v 

Overbeck, F. Life; by Atkinson 

Owen, R. Life. 1866 

Life; by Sargent, i860 

Owen, R. D. Autobiog. 1874 

OzANAM, F. Life, etc.; by O'Meara.. 
Pacca, Cardinal. (Sec page 36.) 
Packer, A. Address on; by Copi>ee . 923 

Address on; by Raymond 923 

Pailleron, £. Vie de; par Claretie..92C 
Paine, T. Lec'ton; by Schermcrhom.q 

Life; by Cheetham. 1809 

Paley, W. Memoirs; by Meadley. . . 
Palissy, B. Life; by Brightwell 

Life; by Morley. 1853. 2 v 

Palmer, E. H. Life; by Besant 

Palmer, G. Memorial 

Palmerston.. (See page 21.) 

Panizzi, a. Life; by Fagan. 2 v 

Paris, Comte de. Vie de; par Daud 

1883 92c 

Parker, T. Biog. ; by Frothingham . . 

Life, etc.; by Weiss. 1864. 2 v 

Story of; by Cooke. 1883 

Parmegiano. Sketches. 1823 

Parsons, T. Membirs; by Parsons. . 
Parton, Mrs. J. (See Fern, Fanny.) 
Pascal. Life; by Tulloch 

Sketch; by Weitzel. 1880 

El societe du XVI I« si^le; par Cousit 
Pasteur, L. Hist, d'un savant. 1S83 

Same, trans 

Patmore, P. G. Myiriends. 1854. 31 
Patrick, St. Life. 1850 

Most ancient lives. 1874 

Patterson, G. W\ Death of. 1879.. 92^ 
Patteson, J. C. Life; byVonge. 2v 
Patti, Adelina. Fourteen years with; 

Lauw. 1884 

Pattison, Dorothy W^ (See Dora, S 
Pattison, Mark. Memoirs. 1885... 
Paul, St. A year with; by Knox. i8( 

Character; by Howson 

Essay on; by More. 1815 

Footsteps of; by Macduff. 1857 

In Rome; by Butler. 1865 

Life; by Addington. 1784 

Life; by Conybeare and Howson. 2 ' 

Life; by Renan. 1869 

Life; by Taylor. 1882 

Life and epistles; by Lewin. 2 v. . . 

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and letters; by Dewes. . . 922.6 70 
; by Baur. 1S76. 2 v. . 922.6 66 
; by Farrar. 1879. 2 v. 922.6 64 

by Howson. 1872 922.6 40 

speL 1872 922.6 35 

<r Cross. Life 922.5 23 

.. l^iterary life; by hisson.. 928.1 9 
rary recollections. 1884. .928^2 463 

928.2 464 

Life; by Harrison. 1875. .928.1 B-i 

d. 1885 928.1 1 10 

Hscourseon; by Wallis..923.i Pam. 12 
knaford. 1870 923.1 351 

Eulogy; by Bachc 923.1 Pam. 18 

(See page 21.) 

:io. Memoires. 1857 928.5 21 

biographical Sketch 923.2 Pam. 4 

y Dixon. 1872 923.2 169 

1878 922.2 165 

lurdette. 1882 923.1 438 

s charges against; by Paget. .923.2 156 
by Clarkson. 1814. 2 v. . .923.2 165 

i; by Penn. 1833. 2 v 923.2 252 

Sir W. (See page 64.) 
(See page 19.) 

S. Life; by Walpole. 2 v. .923.2 213 
[. G. Life, etc.; by Ward . .. 928.1 i8 
(See page 8.) 

- C. Memoir; by Spalding. 923.1 Pam. 23 
cru^l. (See page 35.) 
prai. (See page 42.) 

Hone Petrinae; by Howson.. 922.6 71 

Hodder. 1884 922.6 72 

Taylor. 1876 922.6 69 

writings; 1873 922.6 42 

;; by Thompson. 1870 922.6 43 

. L. Biog. sketch. 1866 923.1256 

Life; by Campbell. 2 v 928.5 4 

Reeve. 1878 928. 5 23 

1 memoires; by Dobson. 2 v.. 928.5 

In memoriam; by Phelps ... 91.3 

Life; by Allen. 1863 927.4 

Ma€id<m, (See page 8.) 
of S^in. See page 35.) 
. 0/ Spain. (See page 35.) 
•f. (See pages 63-64.) 

t, S£. Life; by Hope 922.5 29 

« Life: byWaterston. 1883. .927.1 34 

Biographical sketch 923.2 Pam. 3 

fEXDELL. (See page 75.) 
W. Life; by Pond. 1847... 922.1 29 
T. (Sec page 67.) 
LMKUN. (See page 71.) 

Recollections. 1882 92S.2 408 



Pike, R. (See page 65.) 

PiNKNEY, W. (See page 70.) 

Piozzi, il/rf. Autobiog., etc' 1861 928.2262 

Pitt, W. (See page 20.) 

Pius II., Pope, (See page 36.) 

Pius IX., Pope, (See page 36.) 

PiZARRO. (See page 58.) 

Planch^, J. R. Recollections. 2 v 928.2 273 

Reminiscences 928.2 305 

Plato. And companions of Socrates; 

by Grote. 3 v 184 I 

And the older acad.; by Zeller 184 16 

Puny. Letters. 1777. 2 v 876 i 

Same. 1879 876 3 

Plutarch. Life, etc.; by French. 1874. 928.6 5 

Pocahontas. (See page 63.) 

POE, E. A. Life; by Gill. 1877 928.1 16 

Life; by Ingram. 1880. 2 v 928.1. 59 

Life; by Stedman. 1871 928.1 62 

Life; by Woodberry. 1885 928.1 112 

Memorial; by Rice. 1877 928.1 is 

Pole, Cardinal, Life; by Phillips. 1794.. 922. 2 B-4 

Polk, J. K. (See page 71.) 

Polo, Marco. (See page 45.) 

PoNTiAC. (.See page 63.) 

Pope, Alex. Life; by Stephen. 1880. ..928.2 358 

PORSON, R. Life; by Watson. 1861 ... 924.2 2 

Porter, Admiral, (See page 77.) 

Porter, P. A. Eulogy; by Cozzens. 923.1 Pam. 10 

Potter, A. Memoirs; by Howe. 1871.. 922.1 3(> 

Pratt, S. F. Sketch of life; by Letch- 
worth 91.3 2 

Prentiss, Mrs. E. Life and letters 928.1 81 

Prentiss, S. S. Memoir. 1855. 2 v.. 923.1 216 

Prescott, W. H. Life; by Ticknor 928.1 20 

Memorial; 1859 928.1 99 

Procter, B. W. Autobiog., etc. 1877. .928.2 186 

Proudfit, a. Memoir; by Forsyth 922.1 81 

PuGiN, A. N. W. Recollections; by 

Ferry. 1861 927.2 18 

PuNSHON, W. M. Biog. sketch. 18S1. .922.2 158 

PuRCELL, H. Life; by Cummings 927.2 126 

PusEY. Historic sketch. 1883 922.2 174 

Putnam, Gen. (See page 67.) 

Putnam, H. Biog. sketch; by Put- 
nam. 1868 91. 1 Pam. 2 

Pythagoras. Life. 1707 182 i 

Quincy. Figures of the past. 1883 923.1 455 

QuiNCY, Josiah. (See page 70.) 

QuiNET, E. Early life; by Heath. i88i. . 928.4 90 

Letters k sa mere. 1885 846 42 

Quitman, J. A. Life and cor.; by Clai- 
borne. i860. 2v 923.1227 



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Rabelais. Life; by Besant. 1879 928.4 55 

Rachel. In the new world; by Beau- 

vallet. 1856 917 65 

Memoirs; by De Barrera. 1858 927.4 4 

Raffles, SirT. S. Memoir. 1835. 2v.. 923.2 346 
Rahel. Life and letters; by Jennings. . . 928.3 22 

Raikes, T. Reminiscences 923.2 412 

(See, also, page 21.) 
Raleigh, Sir \V. Exploits, etc.; by 

Towle. 1882 *923.2 362 

Life; by Creighton. 1877 '923. 2 442 

Life; by St. John. 1868. 2 v 923.2 240 

Life; by Tytler. 1833 923.2 242 

Life, etc. 1868. 2 v 923.2 237 

Memoir; by Drake. 1862 923.2 239 

Memoirs; by Thomson. 1831 923.2 243 

Ramsay, B. D. W. Rough recollections. 

1882. 2 V 923.2 529 

Rang, A. Vie de; par Depasse . . . .920.4 Pam. 40 

Randolph, J. Letters. 1834 826. i 3 

(See, also, page 72.) 
Raphael. And father; by Passavant. . .927.5 B-i 

Life. 1877 927.5 17 

Life; by D'Anvers. 1879 927.5 33 

Life; by Muntz. 1882 927.5 B-2 

Life; by Wolzogen. 1866 927.5 5 

Life, etc.; by Crowe f;«</ C. 1885. 2 v.. 927.5 58 

Rawdon, M. Life. 1863 923.2 323 

Ray, J. Memorials. 1846 925.2 11 

Raymond, H. J. Life; by Maverick 92S.1 3S 

Rj^camiek, Mme, And friends; by Le- 

normant. 1875 923.4 106 

Memoirs and cor.; by Lenormant 923.4 122 

Rector, Rev. N. D. Acc't of life. 1S37. 91.5 5 
Red Eaglk. (See page 63.) 
Red Jacket. (See page 63.) 

Rekd, A. Memoirs. 1863 922.2 54 

Reed, J. Life, etc.; by Reed. 2v 923.1 136 

Reed, Martha. (See ''Martha.") 

Reeves, Sims. Life; by Edwards 927.2 130 

Reid, T. Life; by Stewart 191 10 

Reis, p. Biographical sketch. 18S3 925.3 11 

Rembrandt. Life; by Mollctt. 1S79...927.5 34 

Life; by Swectser. 1878 927.5 12 

RfiMUSAT, Mme. De. Selections from 

letters. 1S04-1813 S46 32 

(See, also, paj^e 31.) 

RicNAN, E. Recollections. 18S3 928.4 98 

Vie de; par P>ourj(et *. .920.4 Pam. 16 

Reni, Guido. (Sec Guido Reni.) 

Reresby, J. Travels and memoirs 923.2 B-i 

Retz, Cardinal Dc. (See page 29.) 

Reynolds, F. Life and times; by himself. 928. 2 152 

Reynolds. Sir]. Life; by Pulling 927.2 117 

* For young 



Reynolds, AVJ. Life; by Swectser. 

Memoirs; by Northcote. 1 817 

Ricci, S. De. Memoirs; by De Potte 
Rich, G. B. Funeral sermon; by Ches 
Richard L, 0/ £nj^. (See page 17.) 
Richard IL. of Eng. (See page 17.) 
Richard III., of Eng. (See page 17. 
Richardson, S. Sketch; by Jeffrey.. 
Richelieu. (See page 29.) 
Richmond, L. Memoir; by Grimshai 
RiCHTER, Jean Paul F. Life and ai 

biography. 1845 

RiEDESEL, Gen. (See page 67.) 
Ripley, Geo. Life; byFrothingham. 
Ritchie, A. C. M. Autobiog. 1854. 

Ritson, J. Letters. 1833. 2 v 

Rittknhouse, D. Memoirs; by Barti 
Ritter, C. Life; by Gage. 1867... 
Roberts, D. Life; by Ballantyne. . . 
Robertson, F. W. Life and letters. 5 

Same. 1870 

Robertson, W. Life: by Stewart... 
Robespierre. (See page 30.) 
RoBBiA, LucA Della. Life; by Scot 
Robin Hood. Collections; by Rits 

1832. 2 V 

Robinson, H. Crabb. Diar>% etc. 2 
Robinson, Mis. M. Memoirs, by 1 

self. 1829 

Robsart, Amy. Inquiry'; by Adlard. 
Rohu.sti, J. (See Tintoretto.) 
Rochefort, H. Viede; parBazire.92 
Rochefoucauld, Mme. de la. Life. 
Rogers, N. Funeral sermon; by Ches' 
Rogers, Major R. (See page 60.) 
Roland, Madame. (See page 30.) 
ROMII.LY, S. Memoirs; by himself. 3 
Romney, G. Life; by Gower. 18S2. 
Romulus. (See page 9.) 
Rosa, Salvator. Life; by Morgan. 2 
RoscoE, W. Life; by Roscoe. 2 v . 
Rossetti, D. G. Recollections; byCair 

Work, etc. ; by Tirebuck. 1882 

Rossini. Life; by Edwards. 1869. 

Same. 1881 

Roi.'sseau, J. J. Confessions. 2 v.. 

Les confessions 

Same. 4 v 

Life; by Graham. 1882 

Life; by Morley. 1S73. 2 v 

Rr)ViGO, Duke de. (See page 31.) 
RiBKNs. Life; by Calvert. 1876... 

Life; by Kett. 1^80 

Rumsky, a. Funeral Sermon; by Bingfc 

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129 



Ufe 922.1 Pam. 4 

ce. (See page 19.) 

Lconomtst. 1884 928.2 493 

'/. (See page 2X.) 

ouse of; by Wiffen. 2 ▼..923.2 337 

iy R. Letters. 1854 826.2 2 

Child. 1832 922 24 

'., lufrd, Life; by Russell. 

2 V 923.2 335 

, Harriot, Duchess of. Me- 

by Wilson. 1830. 2 v 927.2 90 

Gen. (Sec page 67.) 
Henry. (See Boli^broke.) 
ION, C. H. DE. And St. 

ism; by Booth. 1871 923.4 116 

ON , Duki de. (See page 29.) 
M, Princess. Ten years of my 

1877 923.3 18 

Life, etc.; by Halls. 2 v 923.2 349 

I Rosa. (See Rosa, Salvator.) 

W. Memoirs. 1817 923.2381 

I. Letters. 1784 826.2 19 

o. Correspondance. 1812-1876. . 846 34 

edema vie. 1879. 4v 928.480 

sions, etc. 1877 928.4 37 

*y Thomas. 1883 928.4 99 

lire 944'6 72 

, J. Vie dc; par Claretie. 920.4 Pam. 25 

ON, R. Life; by Walton 922.2 16 

•H, H. Memoir; by Ward 926.2 50 

, The. Memoirs. 1881 923.4 157 

V. Vie de; par Claretie.. .920.4 Pam. 12 

'ra, P. Life; by Campbell 922.5 3 

Vndrea Del. Life; by Scott. . . 927.5 44 

LOLA. Life; by Clark. 1878 922.5 27 

by Villari. 1863. 2v 922.531 

iRD. T. Memoir; by Horton. . .923.2 433 

L, Life; by Wagner 923 6 

JL, Ary. Memoir; by Grote 927.4 12 

R. And his times; by Scherr . . . .928.3 35 

byCarlyle. 1846 928.3 8 

by DQntzer. 1883 928.341 

by Sime. 1882 . .* 928.3 38 

od work; by Boyesen. 1879 928.3 21 

nd works; by Palleske. i860. 2 v. 928.3 6 

SCACIIER. Life. i860. 2 V 922.3 13 

■HAUER. Life; byZimmem 921.3 i 

IT, F. Life. 1881 927.3 32 

by Hcllborn. 1869. 2 v 927.3 9 

; parAudley. 1871 92^.3 11 

MN, R. Life; by Maitland. 1884.927.3 62 

!yy Wasielwski. 1871 927313 

m, Gm. (Sec page 68.) 



Schuyler, L. .S. Memorial 91.5 3 

Schuyler, Mrs. P. (See page 66.) 
ScoRESBY, W. (See page 13.) 
Scott, StrV/. Anecdotes of; by Hogg. 928.2 131 
Centenary memorial; by Lockhart. . . .928.2 136 

Life; by Allan. 1835 928.2 130 

Life; by Chambers. 1871 928.2 132 

Life; by GilBlIan. 1870 928.2 134 

Life; by Gleig. 1871 928.2 137 

Life; by Hut ton. 1878 928.2 144 

Life; by Mackenzie. 1871 928.2 135 

Life; by MacLeod. 1852 928.2 133 

Memoirs; by Lockhart. 1838. 2 v... 928.2 128 

Same. 1879 928.2 129 

ScoiT, Gen. W. (See page 72.) 
ScuDDER, I). C. Life, etc.; by Scudder. 922.1 104 
Scudder, J. Memoirs; by Waterbury. .922.1 103 
Seabury, S. Life, etc.; by Beardsley. ..922.1 123 
Seaton, W. W. Biog. sketch. 1871... 928.1 40 
Sedgwick. C. M. Life, etc.; by Dewey. 928.1 17 
Seimbel, iT/rj. Memoirs. 1811. 3 v. ..927.287 
Selkirk, Alkx. Life, etc.; by Howell. *926.2 25 
Selwyn, G. And his contemporaries; by 

Jesse. 1882. 4 V 923. 2 512 

Sketch; by Hayward 928.2 30 

Servetus. And Calvin; by Willis. 1877. 274 29 
Seton, E. Memoirs, etc.; by Seton. 2 v. 922.1 43 

Sewigne, A/Md. (/t\ Letters. 1856 8464 

Her correspondents; by De Puliga 928.4 12 

Life; by Ritchie 928.4 88 

Sewall, S. (See page 65.) 

Seward, W. H. (See page 75.) 

Sforza, F. (.See page 37.) 

Shackelford, J. W. Addresses on.. .923.1 B-27 

Shaftksbury, Earl of . Life; by Fowler. 921.2 19 

Memoirs; by Locke 192 47 

Shakespeare. Actors in plays of; by 

Collier. 1846 822.3 45 

And Bacon; by W. H. Smith. 1857.. 822. 3 134 

And the Bible; by Eaton 822.3 89 

And the Bible; by Kces. 1876 822.3 90 

And emblem writers; by Green. 1870... 822. 3 77 
And his times; by Drake. 1817. 2 V..822.3 B-31 

And his times; by (luizot. 1852 822.3 9 

And Montaigne; by Fcis. 1884 822.3 257 

As a lawyer. 1883 822.3 215 

Authorship of ; by Holmes. 1866 822.3 10 

Autobiog. poems; by Brown. 1838. . . . 822.3 8 
Bacon's promus of formularies; by Mrs. 

Pott. 1883 822.3 210 

Bibliography of Bacon-Shakespeare 

controversy; by Wyman. 1884 822.3 ai8 

Birth-place; by Whelcr. 1824 822.3 Pam. 3 

Centurie of prayse; by Ingleby 822.3 B-a9 



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INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY. 



Shakespeare. Commentators on; by 

Pye. 1807 822.3 72 

Essay on; by' Hugo. 1864 822.3 130 

Essay on; by Mrs. Montagu. 1777 822.3 ^^ 

Essays on; by Britton. 1849 822.3 B-16 

Essays on; by Elze. 1874 822.3 57 

From an Am. point; by Wilkes. 1877.. 822. 3 83 

Genealogica; by French. 1869 822.3 7 

His inner life; by Heraud. 1865 822.3 79 

His knowledge of the Bible ; by Words- 
worth. 1880 822.3 160 

His legal acquirements; by Campbell. . .822.3 91 
His medical knowledge; by Steams... .822.3 ^37 
His medical knowledge; by BuckniU. . .822.3 139 
His sonnets interpreted; by Massey. . . .822.3 80 
His sonnets solved; by Brown. 1870... 822.3 ^^ 
Hist, acc't of New Place; by Halliwell. 822.3 R-i 

History; by Fullom. 1864 822.3 3 

Home of; by Irving, et al. 1877 928.2 233 

Letter on; by Spaulding. 822.3 B-27 

Life; by Skottowe. 1824. 2 v 822.3 i 

Life and genius; by Kenny. 1864 822.3 4 

Life portraits; by Friswell. 1864 822.3 146 

Myth; by Morgan. 1881 822.3 ^97 

New ills, of life; by Hunter. 2 v 822.3 5 

New lamps or old? by Halliwell. .822.3 Pam. 10 

Novels employed by 822.3 43 

Outlines of life; by Halliwell. 1882.. 822.3 205 
Philosophy of ; by Delia Bacon. 1857.. 822.3 7^ 

Romances, etc., used; Collier, ed. 822.3 4^ 

School of; by Simpson. 1878. 2 v. ..822.3 100 

Stage history; by Paget. 1875 822.3 Pam. 7 

Study of; by Calvert 822.3 I45 

Study of ; by Swinburne. 1880 822.3 155 

Traditionary anecdotes. 1693 822.3 Pam. 2 

Who wrote the S. plays; by Follet..822.3 Pam. 6 
Who wrote; Bibliog. note on the discus- 
sion. Harvard Univ. Bui. v. 2 16 B-17 

Sharpe, S. Life; Claydcn. 1883 924.2 3 

Shaw, C. Memoirs. 1837. 2 v 923.2 296 

Sheil, R. L. Memoirs; by McCullagh..928.2 146 
Shelby, Gen. (See page 77.) 

Shelley. Anecdote biog. 1877 928.2 299 

Life; by Hogg. 1858. v. 1-2 928.2 124 

Life; by Symonds. 1879 928.2 317 

Memorials. 1859 928.2 126 

Real (The); by Jeaflfreson. 1885. 2 v.. 928.2 498 

Records of; by Trelawney. 2 v 928.2 318 

Shelley ami Byron. Last days; by Tre- 
lawney. 1859 928.2 114 

Shelton, ^^-z/. W. Memorial. 1883 .. .91.5 B-2 
Sherburne, A. Memoirs; by himself. .923.1 140 
Sheridan, Gen. P. H. (See page 77.) 
Sheridan, R. B. Life; by Oliphant 928.2 429 



Sheridan, R. B. Memoirs; by Moore 
1825. 2 V 

Sketch; by Rae. 1874 

Sherman, J. (See page 76.) 
Sherman, Gen. W. T. (See page 77.) 
Sherwood, T. T. Memorial ; by 

Greene 91. 

Siddons, Mrs. Life; by Campbell 

Memoirs; by Boaden. 183 1. 2 v 

Sidney, Algernon. Life; by Van Sant 
voord. 1851 ( 

Review; by Blackburne. 1885 \ 

Sidney, Sir Philip. Life; by Gray 

Memoir; by Boi^e. 1862 

SiEVEKiNG, A. W. Life. 1863 

SiGOURNEY, Afrs. Letters of life. i363. 

SiLLiMAN, B. Life; by Fisher. 2 v 

Simeon, C. Memoirs. 1848 

Simon, Jules. Vie de; par Daudet. .920.^ 
Sims, J. Marion. Story of my life; 1S84. 
Skobeleff. Life; by Novikoflf. 1883.. 

Reminiscences; by Dantchenko. 1S84. 

Smart, H. Life; by Spark. i88i 1 

Smee, A. Memoir. 1878 

Smith, Adam. Life; by Farrer. 1S81. 

Life; by Stewart 

Smith, Alex. Early years ; by Bris- 

bane. 1869 

Smith, Gerritt. (See page 75.) 

Smith, ^^. H. B. Life. 1881 

Smith, Capt. John. (See pages 13 and i 
Smith, Jos. (See page 93.) 
Smith, Sol. Theatrical management. . . 
Smith, S. R. Memoir; by Sawyer. 185: 
Smith, liev. Sydney. Life; by Reid. .. 

Memoir; by Holland. 1869 

Smith, Teena R. Memoir. 1883 

Smollett. Life; by Anderson. 1803.. 
Socrates. A day with. 1883 

And the Athenians; by Bleckly. 1884 

And the schools; by Zeller 

Life; by Lamartine 

Memorabilia of; by Xenophon 

Trial and death ; by Plato, trans, b 
Church. 1880 

Xenophon's memorabilia ; trans, by Le 

yien. 1872 

Somerville, Mrs. Recollect's and cor.. 
SorniA Charlotte. (See page 20.) 
Sophocles. Life; by Campbell. 1S80. 
Soto, F. De. (See page 66.) 
SouTiiEY, R. Cor. with Caroline Bowie 

Life; by Dowden. 1880 

Life and cor. 1851 



INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY. 



131 



R. Reminiscences; by Cottle.. 928.2 89 

Life; by Laveme. 1814 ... .923.5 24 

Memoir; by Ellis. 1869. .. .928.1 72 

V. H. Memories. 1872 923.1412 

H ERBERT. Reference list ; by 

r. V. 2 1655 

T. Memoirs; by Raffles. 1814.. 922.2 90 
£. And bis poetry; by Craik. 

3 V 928.2 396 

y Church. 1879 928.2 332 

C. I^ife; by Broeckaert. 1869.. 922.5 13 

Four essays; by Land, etal, , , 921.5 4 

Dr., etc.; by Willis. 1870 921.5 i 

tc. ; by Pollock. 1880 921.5 2 

by Martineau. 1882 921.5 3 

-,. Autobiog. 1865 927.3 6 

It. Reminiscences. 1866. 2 v.. 922.1 74 
, E. Vie de; par Depasse. .920.4 Pam. 24 

>N, C. H. Sketch. 1857 922.2 93 

^me. De. Biog. 1832 928.4 22 

nd times; by Norris. 1853 928.4 21 

ad times; by Stevens. 2 v Q28.4 74 

1881. 2 V 928.4 76 

mcc list; by Foster, v. i 16 55 

, G. Life; by Benson, 1881. . . . 928.5 26 
H, Miles. (See page 65.) 

PE, Lady H. Memoirs. 3 V 923.2 401 

Is. 1S46. 3v 923.2398 

f, Deaft, Life and work; by 

rcr 922.2 185 

lections; by Bradley. 1883 922.2 171 

Mice list; by Foster, v. i 16 55 

r, E. andC. Memoirs; by Stan- 

1879 922.2 173 

r, H. M. Life; by Rowlands. .. 926.1 12 
Cm. J. (See page 68.) 

SirK. Cor. 1809 826.250 

lirs; by Montgomery. 1865. 2 v.. 928.2 45 
•s, H. Life; by himself. 1863.. 925.3 7 
Barxm, (See page 39.) 

Z, Von. Memoir; by Calyert 928.3 18 

jis, A. H. (See page 76.) 

ss, J. Life. 1866 923.2 356 

sso.v, G. Life '926.2 35 

by Smiles. 1858 *926.2 13 

s'sON, G.a/f^R. Lives; by Smiles.. 926.2 14 

«soN\ R. Life; byjeaffreson. 2 v. 926.2 15 

G, J. Life; by Carlyle. 1852.. 928.2 172 

L. Life; by Fitzgerald. 2 v.. 928. 2 243 

t>y Traill. 1882 928.2411 

, Baron, (See page 68.) 
Thad. (See page 76.) 
. Life; by Lacroix. 1874 922.3 11 

(S«c Jung-StilUng, H.) 



Stirling, Lard, (See page 68.) 

Stockmar, Baron, Memoirs; by Stock- 
mar. 1872. 2 V 923.3 9 

Stockton, R. F. Sketch. 1856 923.1 232 

Stoddard, D. T. Memoir; by Thomp- 
son. 1858 922. 1 60 

Stok\ , Justice ] . Life; 1851. 2v 923.1 300 

Stothard, T. Life; by Bray 927.2 80 

Stow, B. Memoir; by Stockbridge 922.1 77 

Strafford, Earl. (See page 19.) 

Strauss, G. Reminiscences. 1883 926.2 47 

Strickland, H. E. Memoirs; by Jar- 
dine. 1858 925.2 B-i 

Strozzi, F. (See page 37.) 

Stuart, Zj</v Arabella. Life, etc.; by 

Cooper. 1866. 2 V 923.2 141 

Stuart, Chas. {^Pretender). (See page 20.) 

Stuart, G. Life and works. 1879 927.1 B-2 

Stuart, Marie. (See page 26.) 

Sumner, C. (See page 75.) 

Sullivan, J. Life; by Amory. 2 v. . .923.1 373 

SuLLEY. (See page 29.) 

SWARTZ, C. F. Memoirs. 1839. 2v... 922.39 

Swedenborg, E. Life; by Hobart 922.5 9 

Life; by Worcester. 1883 922.5 34 

Life, etc. ; by White. 1868 922.5 7 

Same. 1866 922.5 8 

Swetchine, Mme. Life and letters; by 

De Falloux. 1868 922.5 16 

Swift, Dean. Life; by Craik. 1S82... 928.2 423 

Life; by Forster. 1876. v. i 928.2 199 

Life; by Stephen. 1882 928.2 409 

Sketch; by Jeffrey. 1862 928.2 29 

SwissHELM, Mrs. Half a century 923.1 404 

Tai-ping-wang. Life. 1857 922.5 15 

Tait, C. and C Memoir; by Benham. .922.2 134 

Talleyrand. (See page 31.) 

Tamerlane. (See Timour.) 

Taney, Roger B. Memoir; by Tyler. .923.1 322 

Sketch; by Edwards 923.1 Pam. 4 

Tappan, a. (See page 76.) 

Tasso. Conjectures and researches; by 

Wilde. 1842. 2v 928.5 12 

Life; by Black. 1810. 2 v 928.5 B-i 

Life; by Hasell. 1882 928.5 29 

Life; by Milman. 1S50. 2 v 928.5 10 

Taylor, Bayard. Life and let'rs. 2 v.. 928.1 103 
Taylor, Father. Life; by Haven arid 

Russell. 1881 922.1 "122 

Taylor, 5iV H. Autobiog. i8oo-'75..928.2 494 

Taylor, Jeremy. Life; by Heber 922.2 150 

Taylor, John. Records of my life 928.2 154 

Taylor, Col. M. Story of my life 928.2 352 



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132 



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Taylor, Z. (See page 72.) 

Tkcumseh. (See page 63.) 

Tklford, T. Life; by Smiles. 1867. . . 926.2 19 

Templeton, J. Reminiscences. 1881.. 927 41 

Tennyson. Life and works; by Wace. .928.2 460 

Thackeray. Anecdote biog 928.2 303 

Life; by Taylor. 1864 928.2 220 

Life; by Trollope. 1879 928.2 3jj3 

Theresa, Si. Life; by herself 922.5 21 

Thiers, L. A. (See page 33.) 

Thirlwall, C. Letters. i88i 826.2 67 

Thomas X Becket. Biog.; by Robertson. 922.2 21 

Life; by Froude. 1878 922.2 18 

Life; by Giles. 1846. 2 v 922.2 19 

Thomas <1 Kcmpis. Life; by Kettlewell. 

1882. 2 V 922.3 19 

THOVLAS.of ViIIafi(n>a, St. Life. 1874.. 922.5 1 1 

Thomas, E. S. Reminiscences 971-3 u 

Thomas, Gen. G. H. (See page 77.) 
Thompson, B. Memoir; by Ellis. 1876.. 925.1 9 
Thomson, il/rj. K. Recollections. 2 v.. 928.2 450 

Thormirn, G. Life; 1834 922.1 88 

Thoreau, H. D. Letters. 1865 826.18 

Life; by Channing. 1873 928.1 45 

Life; by Page. 1877 928.1 25 

Life; by Sanborn. 1882 928.1 75 

Thorvalsden. Life; by Plon. 1873.. . 927.5 10 
Thou, Dk. (See page 29.) 

TiCKNOR, G. Life, journals, etc. 2 v... 928.1 21 
TiMON, Ri. Rev. J. Life; by Deulher. .. 91.5 4 
TiMOUR. (See page 45.) 

TiNTORKTTO. Life; by Osier. 1879 927.5 32 

Titian. Life; by Crowe and Cavalcaselle.927.5 50 

Life; by Heath. 1879 927.5 31 

Life; by Nortbcote. 1830. 2 v 927.5 6 

Life; by Sweetscr. 1878 927.5 25 

TOBIN, J. Memoirs; by Benger. 1820.. 928.2 58 
ToCQUKViLLE, A. Dk. Correspondence.. 928.4 49 

Memoir, letters, etc.; by Heaumont 928.4 25 

Todd, J. Story of life. 1876 922.1 28 

Tolmer, a. Reminiscences. 1882. 2 v.. 923. 2 539 
Tone, T. Wolfe. Memoirs. 1827. 2 v.. 923. 2 344 
TooKE, J. H. Memoirs; by Graham. . .923.2 215 
TOURZEL, Duchesse Dk. (See page 30.) 
Townshend, C. Life; by Fitzgerald. . .923.2 167 

Trenck, Baron. Life 923.3 12 

Trollope, A. Autobiography. 1883. . .928.2 434 

Trowbridge, J. Biog 91.4 Pam. 2 

Trumbull, John. Autobiog. 1841 927.1 2 

Trumbull, Jon. Sen. Life; by Stuart.. 923.1 4 
Turenne. (See page 29.) 
Turcot. (See page 30.) 

Turner, J. M. W. Life; by Hamerton.927.2 108 
Life; by Monkhouse 927.2 113 



Turner, J. M. W. Life; by Sweetscr. . 

Life; by Thornbury. 1S77 

Tyler. J. (See page 72.) 

T yrconnel, Earl of. Fate, etc. ; by Mec- 

han ( 

TYKOfiE, £ari 0/. Fate, etc.; by Meehan.c 

Una and her paupers. (See Jones, A. £.] 
Updegraff, J. T. Addresses on. 1883.92 
Upsall, N. Life; by Jones. 18S0. .922. 
Upton, E. Life; by Michie. 1885 < 

Vacquerie, A. Viede; par Ulbach.920.4 
Valdes, J. De. Life; by Wiffen. 1865. 
Vallandigham. (See page 76.) 
Vambbry. (See page 47.) 
Van Buren, M. (See page 72.) 

Vandeleur, a. Life; by Wightman 

Vandenhoff, G. Actor's note-book 

Vandervoort, Afrs. Funeral sermon; by 

Burtis 91. 

Van Schaack, P. Life; by Van S c 

Velasquez. Life; by Stowe. 1881 

Venn, H. Life and letters. 1849 

Memoir; by Knight. 1882 ( 

Verne, J. Vie de; par Claretie 920.4 

Vernet, H. Life; by Rees. 1880 

Verrazano. (See page 55.) 
Vespucius. (See page 55.) 

Vicars, H. Memorials; by Marsh 

Vico, G. B. Life; by Flint 1884 

Victor, Emmanuel. (See page 36.) 
Victoria, Queen. (.See page 21.) 

ViDOCQ. Life; by himself. 1859 

ViEiLLEViLLE. (See page 29.) 

Villeneuve. (See page 28.) 

Vinci, L. Da. Life; by Brown. 1828. 

Life; by Richter. 1880 

Vitrier, J. Life; by Erasmus 

Voltaire. Life; by Hamley. 1878... 

Life; by Morley. 1872 

Life; by Parton. 1881. 2 v 

Memoirs; by Chaudon. 1786 

Vie de; par Condorcet. 2 v 

Voss, Countess. Recollections. 2 v 

Wadsworth, J. S. Eulogy; by Hoppii 

1864 Q23. 

Memorial; by Allen , 923. 

Wagner, R. Life; by Gautier. 1883. 

Life; by Hueffer. 1881 

Life; by Nohl. 1884 

• Life and theories. 1875 

Reference list; by Foster, v. 3 



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133 



•W. (Sec page 26.) 
(See page 38.) 

Letters. i88a 9 V 826.252 

,2. 4v 826.261 

^3. 2v 826.265 

1852. 2v 928.2284 

jtters. 1884 826.2 78 

r> R. (See page 20.) 

. Letters. 1809 826.2 51 

, W. Life; by Watson 922.2 155 

EViEVE. Biog.: by Gustafson. 927. 1 28 
B. My artistic life. 1873. . 927.2 71 
rn. J, (See page 68.) 

C. Life. i860. 2v 926.121 

I. Autobiog.; by Chever . .923.1 378 
>N. (See pages 68 and 70.) 
»N, Martha. Memoir; by 

ig. 1850 923.1 56 

)N, Mary. Memoir; by Conk- 

1850 923.1 56 

, C. Life; by Hobson. 1867.925.2 28 

iLLEN. Life. 1884 922.2 181 

;lkanah. Memoirs 923. i 141 

Life *926.2 35 

Muirhead. 1859 926.2 12 

Smiles. 1865 ^926.2 11 

J. A. • Life; by Mollett 927.4 20 

Life: by Watts. 1884. 2 v.. 928. 2 453 
F. Memoir; by Wayland. 2 v.. 922.1 66 

M. Life; by Benedict 927.3 33 

Weber. 1865. 2 v 927.3 7 

Daniel. (See page 72.) 

Noah. Life; by Scudder. 928.1 70 

Life; by Meyers. 1883. ..923.1 466 
Ds, The. Biog.; by Jewett... 926.2 9 
I'RLOW. (See page 72.) 
^N. (See page 20.) 

■. C. Life; of an actor 927.1 20 

FH, T. Cor. 1705-T739 826.2 77 

. Life; by Whitehead. 1846.922.2 36 

Life. 1S46 922.2 36 

Green. 18S1 922.2 168 

Janes. 1870 922.2 38 

Southey. 1864 922.2 122 

Tycrman. 1S72. 3 v 922.2 33 

Watson. 1857 922.2 39 

Wedgwood. 1870 922.2 37 

Life: by himself. 1816 927.1 9 

T. S. Journals and cor. 2 v. 922.2 55 

R. .Memoir. 1854 928.142 

{}. Memoes 922.2 164 

;ht. (See page 65.) 

\V. Life; by Douglas 925.2 26 

L. Memoir. 1856 923.1312 



WhiteJ., jm/J/r/.E. G. Life sketches. 922.1 132 

White, J.- P. Memorial. 1882 91.4 B-i 

White Del Bal, J. C. Memoir; by 

White 922. 1 42 

Whitefield, G. Journal. 1830 922.2 44 

Life; by Gillies. 1851 922.243 

Whitman, Walt. Life; by Bucke 928.1 91 

Sketch. 1884 928.1 114 

Whittirr, J. G. Life; by Kennedy 928.1 88 

Life; by Underwood. 1884 928.1 93 

Reference list; by Foster, v. 3 16 55 

Whittingham, W. R. Life; by Brand. 

1883. 2v 922.1 136 

Whitjington, Sir R. Life; by Besant 

and Rice. 1881 923.2 87 

WiCLiF. Life. 1831. 2v 922.222 

Life, etc., by Buddensieg. 1884 922.2 182 

Life; by Le Bas. 1832 922.2 24 

Life; by Lechler. 1878. 2 v 922.2 132 

WiKOFF, H. My courtship. 1855 928.1 52 

Reminiscences. 1880 923.1 399 

WiLBKRFORCE, S. Life; by Ashwcll. 3 v.. 922. 2 137 

WiLBKRFORCE, W. Correspondence 826.2 18 

Life; by his sons. 1839. 5 v 923.2 218 

Same. 1841. 2 v 923.2 223 

Life; by Stoughton. 1880 923.2 460 

Wilhelmina, /'W/ztVjj. Memoirs. 2 v.. 923.3 19 

Wilkes, J. Sketch; by Rae. 1874 923.2 180 

WiLKE.sON, S. Death of; by Lord 91.3 I 

WiLKiE, D. Life; by Cunningham. 3 v. 927.2 9 

Life; by Mollett. 1881 927.2 122 

WiLKiNS, R. C. Sketch 923.2 Pam. 2 

Wilkinson, J. Memoirs, v. 2 and 3 . .923.1 144 

WiLLARD, Afrs. E. Life; by Lord 928. 1 27 

Willett, Co/. M. (See page 68.) 

William L, £//t/>. of Gcjmany, (See page 39.) 

William IV. of Enf^. (See page 21.) 

William the conqueror. (See page 17.) 

William Rufus. (See page 17.) 

William the silent. (See page 40.) 

Williams, E. Life; by Hanson. 1S54.. 922.1 83 

Williams, J. Biog.; by Williams. 1837. 922.1 50 

Williams, Roger. (See page 65.) 

Williams, Rovvl'd. Life, etc. 2v 922.2 177 

Willis, N. P. Life; by Beers. 1885..92S.1 113 
Wilson, D. Life; by Bateman. i860.. 922.2 46 

Life; by Norton. 1S62 922.2 47 

Wilson, Henry. Life; by Xason 923.1 424 

Wilson, i'i'rT'. J. Life; by Smith. 1S78.922.2 149 

Wilson, Prof. J. Memoir. 1863 928.2 176 

Wilson. T. Journal. 1728 922.2175 

WiNTHROP, John. (Sec page 65.) 

WiNTHROP, T. IJfc and poems. 1SS4.. 928.1 95 

Wirt, W. Memoirs; by Kennedy. 2 v. 923. 1 160 



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134 



INDIVIDUAL BIOGRAPHY. 



Witt, J. De. (See page 40.) 

WoFFiNGTON, Peg. Life;byMolloy. 2V..927.2 141 

Wolfe, Gen. J. Life; by Wright 923.2 268 

(See, also, page 60.) 
WoLLSTONECRAFT, M. Letters. 1879. • 826.2 43 

Life; by Pennell. 1884 928.2 469 

Woi^ELEY, Zxtrd. Memoir; by Low 923.2 536 

WoLSEY, Cardinal. Life; by Cavendish.. 922.2 26 

Life; by Gait. 1846 922.2 28 

(See, also, pages 17-18.) 

Wood, J. Life; by Gilbert. 1882 926.1 18 

Wood, W. B. Recollections of stage. . . . 927.1 19 
WoOLMAN, J. Journal. 1876 922.1 126 

Same; ed. by Whittier. 1871 922.1 96 

Worcester, Marquis of. Life, etc.; by 

Dircks. 1865 926.2 8 

Wordsworth. Biog.; by Symington. .928.2 394 

Life; by Myers. 1881 928.2 370 

Memoirs; by Wordsworth. 1851. 2 v.. 928.2 91 

Poetry of. Reference list; by Foster. 
V. 2 16 55 



WoTTON, Sir H. Life by Walton 

Wraxall. (See page 20.) 
Wren, C. Family, etc; by Phiilimore. . 
Wright, Silas. (See page 72.) 
W^ycliffe. (See Wiclif.)' 

Xavier, St. Francis. Life, etc.; b 

Coleridge. 1872. 2 v 

Xerxes. (See page 7.) 
Yakoob Beg. (See page 47.) 

Yale, E. Life; by Wood. 1854 

Yates, E. P'ifty years of London 

Young, C. M. " Memoir; by Young 

Young, J. C. -Reminiscences 

Young, T. Life; by Peacock. 1855... 

Zeisberger, D. Life, etc. ; by Schweinit: 

(See, also, page 63.) 
Zinzendorf, Count. Life; by Bovet... 
Zola, 6. Vie de; par Maupassant. 920. 



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ding List need little repetition here. 

Ihe Finding List is an abbreviated catalogue, in which books are arranged 
Masses and subjects, with but one entry, as a rule, for each work, which 
hy is under the surname, only, of its author, except where several authors 
same name require to be distinguished. A full index of subjects is 
, preceding the List. 

2 of the Finding List, now published in this volume, is mainly filled 

ihe departments of literature best described by the French term belles- 

, embracing poetry, the drama, romance, satire, wit, humor, oratory, 

and letters, with literary history and criticism. It also includes linguistic 

.ture, or philology, cyclopaedic works and other reference books of the com- 

ive class, periodicals, so far as they are literary or general in character, 

bibliology, or the "book arts." Mr. Cutter's suggested grouping under 

latter designation has been partly adopted, not wholly. About 22,000 

cs of books and 1,000 pamphlets are included in these several classes. 

3 of the Finding List, to be brought out hereafter, will cover the 

inder of the library, cataloguing religion, philosophy, social science, nat- 

science and the arts, together with local history and literature. 

c mark " For reference" indicates, throughout the Finding List, such 

as are placed together for common purposes of consultation in one of 

reading rooms- 
numbers set opposite the titles of books are their shelf marks, which 
te ihtta so perfectly that they may be called for by these numbers as 
as by their titles- 



;^DEX OF SUBJECTS IN PART 2. 



PAGB. 



guages and literature. 

aboriginal) languages and literature. 
iterature, history and criticbm.. . J92, 
:erature 152- 

terature 

tng, romances of 

anguage and literature 



IS 

n literature ,. 

Old English, Scotch and Irish. . . . 195, 

nguage and legends 

phy : General 

>nal 



is 

le drama . . . , 

ction 

istory 

atural science. 

ledicine 

bilology 

3cial science. . 

leology 

raveL 



rence lists 



135- 



ding. 
iting. 
ities. 



Production of 

of. 136- 

id reading 

litertture 152- 

, books of the 

!hriitmas 197. 

e» .....136- 

ing 

^gnagesand literature 187, 

I language and literature 

igBCp romances of. i6'» 

u^oage and literature 

iGUols '97. 



51 

89 
89 

93 
60 

44 

53 
61 

52 
35 
35 
52 
96 

87 
36 
36 

39 

38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 

39 
38 

37 
43 
35 
36 
36 

35 
40 

39 
54 
44 
<>8 
40 

41 

88 

52 
62 

54 
98 

41 



PAGB. 

Composition I49f 150 

Copyright 135 . 

Criticism. (See Essays.) 

Cuneiform inscriptions 153 

Cyclopaedias, general 143 

Danish literature 163, 164 

Dialects, English 19Z 

Drama, bibliography of 13S 

Dictionaries. (See Language.) 

Drama, English : Collections 198-200 

English : History and criticism 192 

English : Individual authors 202-251 

For amateur acting 200 

French 173-178 

German 165-167 

Greek 155-158 

Hindu 154 

Italian 185, 186 

Latin 159, 160 

Scandinavian 163, 164 

Spanish and Portuguese 187 

Dramatic composition, art of 150 

Dutch languaf);e and literature 1 72 

Early English Text Soc. publications 193, 194 

Egyptian language and literature 152 

Elocution Z51 

Elocutionary selections 200 

Encyclopaedias 143 

English language 190, 191 

English literature : Dramatic collections . . . 1 98-200 

General collections 193-194 

History and criticism 191-192 

Individual authors 202-310 

Poetical collections 195-198 

Epics of the middle ages 161, 162 

Epigrams 202 

Essays, English : Collections 201 

English: Individual authors 202-251 

European literature 160-162 

Fables : General collections 144 

Fairy tales. (See " Folk Literature.") 

Festival poem^. 197, 198 

Fiction. (See *' Prose Fiction.") 

Folk-literature : Aboriginal American 189 

African 189 



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INDEX OF SUBJECTS IN PART 2. 



rAGB. 

Folk -literature : Arabian and Persian 153 

Basque 187 

Celtic 188 

Chinese and Japanese 154 

Comparative 151 

Egyptian 152 

English 193-195 

Greek 155 

Hindu \ 1 53-154 

Italian 185 

Latin 155 

Malayan 189 

Mediaeval 161-163 

Oriental 152, 153 

Polynesian 189 

Scandinavian 163 

Slavonic 188 

Spanish and Portuguese 187 

Teutonic 162, 163 

French language and literature 172, 184 

Gaelic language and literature 187, 188 

German language and literature 164-171 

Greek language and literature 155-158 

Gypsy language and literature 189 

Hebrew language and literature 152 

Hieroglyphics 152 

Hindu. (See " Indian, East/') 

Humor, English : Collections 201 

English : Individual authors 202-251 

Hungarian language and literature 189 

■ Hymnology, English 196 

Icelandic language and literature 163, 164 

Incunabula , 136 

Indexing 141 

Indian (East) languages and literature 153, 154 

Mythology and sacred books 152, 153 

(North American) languages and literature. 189 

Irish language and literature 187, 188 

Italian language and literature 185, 186 

Japanese language and literature 154 

Jewish language and literature 152 

Language : Aboriginal American 189 

African 189 

Basque 187 

Bibliography of 138 

Celtic 1S7 

Chinese 154 

Dutch 172 

Egyptian 152 

French ^ 172 

General and comparative 149 

German 164 

Greek 155 



Language : Hungarian. 

Indian (East) 

Italian 

Japanese 

Latin 

Maylayan and Polynesian 

Persian 

Portuguese 

Scandinavian .* 

Semitic 

Slavonic 

Spanish 

Turkish 

Latin language and literature 

Legends. (See " Folk Literature.") 

Letten, English : Collections 

Letter-writing 

Library architecture 

Bulletins 

Catalogues 

Classification 

Economy 

History 

Reports 

Magazines, literary and general 

Mahometan literature 

Manuscripts 

Mediaeval literature 

Miscellanea, general 

Mythology. (See *' Folk Literature.") 

Newspaper press : History, etc 

Newspapers, general 

Nibelungenlied, The *. . . 

Norse languages and literature 

Novels. (See " Prose Fiction.") 
Oratory, art of 

English : Collections 

English : Individual authors 

Greek 

Latin 

Oriental languages and literature 

Paleography 

Periodicals, indexes to 

Literary and general 

Persian language and literature 

Philology. (See " Language.") 

Phonography 

Poetry, American : Collections 

Art of 

Dutch and Flemish 

English : Collections 

English : Individual authors 

French 



INDEX OF SUBJECTS IN PART 2. 



Vll 



PAGB. 

(ULn 164-167 

155-158 

an, Turkish, etc 189 

185, 186 

-. 159,160 

al 160-162 

I 152-154 

ATian 163, 164 

c 188 

I and Portuguese 187 

lage and literature 188 

144 

135 

D, Arabian and Persian 153 

japhy of 138 

e and Japanese 154 

and Flemish 172 

b: History and criticism 251 

b : Individual authors 251-310 

1 178-184 

n 167-171 

186 

rral 161, 162 

n 188, 189 

navian 163, 164 

h and Portuguese 187 

bs 144 



ns. 



135 

135 

144 

ndbooks 144 

t of 151 

nd helps. .139 

ceUsta 137-139 



PAGB. 

Reading, selections for 200 

Reviews, critical 145, 146 

Rhetoric 149, 150 

Romance, Prose. (See " Prose Fction.") 

Romances of the middle ages 161, 162 

Runic monuments 163 

Russian language and literature 188, 189 

Sagas 161-163 

Sanskrit. (See " Indian, East.") 

Satire, English : Collections 201 

English : Individual authors 202-251 

Scandinavian languages and literature 163, 164 

Shakespeare 235-341 

Slavonic languages and literature 188, 189 

Songs, Collections: English, Scotch and 

Irish 195, 196 

French 173 

German 164, 165 

Hungarian, etc 189 

Italian 185 

Slavonic 188 

Spanish and Portuguese 187 

Sonnets, English : Collections 196 

Spanish language and literature 186, 187 

Stage, The dramatic 150. 151 

Stenography 135 

Style 149 . 1 50 

Swedish language and literature 163, 164 

Tachygraphy 135 

Turkish language and literature 189 

Welsh language and literature 187, 188 

Writing, art of I35 

Short-hand 135 



THE BOOK ARTS. 



PRODUCTION OF BOOKS. 



)RSHIP AND PUBLICA- 
TION. 

ind publication. 1884 93 

Hints on preparing copy. .98.7 Pam. ii 

The literary character. 1818. 928 11 

.e literary life 804 3 

Vuthors and publishers. 1883. 9 i 

Valsh), ed. The literary life. 928 16 
Who spoils our new English 

1SS4 92 

PSEUDONYMS, ETC. 

Initials and pseudonyms. 1885. 14 H-6 
ind Lani;. Diet, anonymous 
:udonynious literature, Gt. Itrit- 

3S2. V.1-3 14 B-i 

Pseudonyms of authors. 1882. 14-2 
)Lri£AR Hamst). lland-b'k of 

lis names. 1S68 14 i 

Modern Proteus. 1884 16 56 

COPYRIGHT. 

Copyright ; its law, etc. 18S6. 343 18 

Law of copyright. 1S70... 343.2 14 

liibliog.of. (B. IMj. Bui. v.5)...i7 B-14 

Copyright in books. 1S82...343 I'am. 2 

lin. Koyal copyright com. Min- 

* evidence. 1S78 343.2 B-i i 

al copyright association ; meet- 

. Y. 1S6S 341 Pam. 2 

H*d-b'k, Eng. and foreign copy- 

i58i 343 16 

ntcrnational copyright 174 3 

Karly hist, of copyright, U. S. . . 928. 1 70 
Bibliog. of copyright question. . 343 i3 

lb. Weekly v. 21) 805 P-B-4 

Lm. view of copyright. 1868.. 341 17 



WRITING. 

igin of writing, etc. 1876 651 B-i 

Philosophy of handwriting. 652 i 

fOKT-H.AND WRITING. 
Ifisr. of short-hand. 1882.. 6537 



Bell. Universal line-writing. 1S69 6532 

Cross. Eclectic short-hand. 1884 ^53 5 

Graham. Am. phonography 653 4 

Li.snsLKV. Elem'ts of tachygraphy. 1881 6539 

Marsh. Manual of phonography. 1868 653 i 

MuNsoN. Complete phonographcr. 1877 653 3 

Pitman. Manual of phonography 653 6 

Si.ocuM. Word signs, etc. 1884 98.7 Pam. i 

Thornton. Modern stenographer. 1882. 98.7 6 

MANUSCRIPTS— AUTOGRAPHS. 

Cist. Autographs 21 Pam. i 

Forsyth. Hist, ancient manuscripts. 1872 21 I 

La March k. Les manuscrits, etc. 18S4. 13 2 
Taylor. Hist, of the transmission of 

ancient books. 1875 13 z 

Thomas a Kk.mi*is. Imitation of Christ ; 

fac-simile of autograph MS 29 1 

Westwood. Paleographia sacra pictoria.. 21 B-i 

PRINTING. 

Bock. Zincography 655 11 

Bradford. Celebration 2(x>th birthday. 

1-^63 O55 Pam. 3 

Ku;iNs. Specimen^ of type 655 B-2 

Greswell,c*</. Early Parisian (ircck pre.ss. 

1833. 2v 12 I 

GUTENIJER(;. And printing; by Pearson. 926.3 i 
Was he the inv'nt'rof pr'nt'g? by Hcsscl.. 926.3 3 

Hart. Amateur printer. 1883 655 9 

Johnson. Typographia. 1S24. 2 v.... 655 3 
Kerr. Hist. U. S. gov't pr't'goflice. 1881 6558 
MiLLiNtrroN. .Arc wc to read backward? 655 10 
Ringwalt,i'</. Am. encylop. of printing.. 655 B-i 

Savaoe. Diet, of printing. 1841 655 5 

Thomas. Hist. j)r'l*gin Am. 1810. 2 v. 655 i 

Wilson. Stereotyping, etc. 1880 655 7 

Typographic printing machines. 1880.. 6556 



BOOK-BINDING. 

Bibliography of book -binding. 18S6...16 Para. 23 
Crane. B'k-binding for amateurs. 1885 686 2 
Wheatley. B'k-bind'gasafineart. 1S82. 686 B-i 
Zaehnsdorf. Art of b'k-binding. i88o 686 i 



136 



BIBLIOGRAniY. 



USE AND DESCRIPTION OF BOOI< 



GENERAL BIBLIOGRAPHY. 



Bibliographer. The. 1882-1S84. Ov. in 5. 

Book I^re. 1S85 

British Museum. Hand-list, of bibliogra- 
phies, etc. 1S81 

Brunet. Manuel du librairc. 1865. 6 v. 

Brydges. Ccnsura litcrari. 1S05. luv. 

Casper. Directory anli(}uarian book -sel- 
lers. 18S5 

Clarke. Bibliographical diet. 1802. 6 v. 
Bibliographical miscellany. 1S06. 2 v.. 

Darlini;. Cyclop, bibliographica. 2 v. . 

Delei'Ierre. Supercherics litteraires. . . . 

DiKDiN. Library companion. 1S24 

HuRNE. Intro, to bibliography. 1814. 2 v. 

Hume. Learned soc's and pr't'g clubs. . . 

pRT/JiOi.DT. Bibliotheca bibliographica. . 

Sarin. Bibliography of bibliog. 1877. . . 

SavaC'E. The librarian. 1808. 3v 

TlMPERi.Y. Literary and typograph. an- 
ecdote. 1842 

Year-book of learned soc's. 1SS4-1885. . . 



BOOK RARITIKS AND BOOK 

HUNTING. 



29 2 
10 4 



AsnroN. Chap b'ks. Will ccnl'y. 1882 
Beix>E. Anecdotes i»f scarce books, etc. 

1807. 6 V 

Bradford prayer-book, acc't of. 1710. . .23 Pam. I 

Burton. The book-hunicr. iSf>3 10 10 

DlBPiN. liibliomania. r^oQ 203 

Bibli()gra])hical tour <M4-4 3 

Rare and Valuable eds., classics. 2 v. . . 16 1 

Reminiscences. 2 v ()23.2 15.1 

Hartshoknk. Book ratilic^*, C'anibridjje. 11 12 

Lang. Rooks and bookmen. iSSf) 204 

Philomnksfk, yr. (/.»r//./.) Bibliomania. 20 i 

Rees. Pleasures of a book worm. 1S86. 10 21 
Stevens. Hibles in Caxton exhil)ilion. . . 220 B-i 
Tredwku.. Privately illusiraled books. . 202 



INCUNAIUJLA. 

Aldine press. 15^0. I)e oratore.Ciccronis. 

Amerbach press. Basle, i H)2. De refor- 
matione viriuin animc. Consolatorium 
theoloj'icum ; Tambaco. etc 



23 2 



2j I 



10 B-i ] 
10 B--I 

10 lA 

11 14 
15-1 

II 33 i 
II I 

" 7 
i6 B-i 

810 35 

II 13 
II 9 
62 I 

II 34 

10 II 
10 I 

11 II 

X(i2 2 



Sensenschmidt press. Nuremburg. 1474. 
Thomas Aquinas: XII quodlibeta dis- 
putata 2; 



NATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPH 

Allibune. Diet, of Kng. literature (Brit, 
and Am. authors). 1859-71. 3V....J92 

American catalog. ;<*</. by Leypoldt. 3v... I 
Same ; eif. by Bowker. 1876-1S54 i 

lkx>k-seller, The. 1S79-1SS5. 7 v 805 

Ik>ston Public Library. Catalog, of Spanish 
and Portuguese books, Tick nor be- 
quest. I S79 I 

British Museum. Catalog, of Am. books 

in ; by Stevens. 1 S56 

Catalog, of books printed in the U. K. to 
1640. 3 V 

CoLMER, ifi/. Ext's from registers of Sta- 
tioners' Co. (0 1. Brit.) 1557-1587. 2v. 
Rarest books in Eng. language. 1S65. . 

Halliwem.. Notices of fugitive tracts, 
etc. (Gt. Brit.) 1849 

Hazlitt. Collections and notes (Gt. Brit.) 
Hand-book to popular, poetical and dra- 
matic literature of (jt. Britain, i S67 . . 

HiCKO-X, ftf. Monthly catalog. U. S. Gov't 
publications. 1885. v i 

HiNRicii. Verzeichnitz der bllchcr : land- 
karten, etc. 1882-1884. 5 v 

Kelly, n/. Am. catalog. iS()C>-iS7i 

Leon & BRO.,t'i/.f. First editions of Am. 
authors. 1RS5 

London cat<ilogue. 1814-1834 

Loren/.. Catalogue mensuel dc la librairc 
fran<;aise. 1883 

Low, tv/. ?^ig. catalog. 1S35-S0. ()v... 

IxjWNDES, «•</. l>ibliographer's manual. 
Eng. literature. 18^4; and app. 5 v. 

O. J. IJ. Some Fr. bibliographies. rSSr. 

Publishers* weekly. 1872-1SS5. 25 V...S05 

RoORBACH, f,/. Bibliotheca Americana. . . I 
Supplement to same. 1S52-1S55 1 

RussKLL. Gcsammt verlags katalog des 
Deutchen buchhandels. VolUtdndigbis 
ende, 1S80. v. 1-14. i; 

Trade circular annual. (U. S.) 1.S71 .... 1 

TrUbner, t'l/. Bibliograph. guide to Am. 
literature. 1859 



+ For reference. 



niBLIOGRArHY. 



137 



U. S. gov't publications, des- 

catalog^. 1774-1881 15 B-ii 

Trade List Annual. United 

1876-1SS5. 10 V 15 B-i 

»liothcca. Hritaiinica. 1824. 4 

II li-i 

I. ed. Reference catalog. (Gt. 

'. 1S77 15 26 

33o 15 26 

585 1526 



JECT BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

COLLECTIONS. 

.bVic Library. Bulletins. 1875- 

V. 2-fj 17 B-14 

^graphical I^otes : V. 2. Coxtume p. 348. — Am. 
.un pp. 350-^2. — Ornament and decoration p. 389. 
e of Waterloo p. 424. — Newspaper hist. p. 427. — 
:cture p. 429. 

3. Am. revolution pp. 31, 172. — Music p. 34. — 
:a before Columbus p. 65.— Early Mexican and 
an civilization p. 65.— Autographs and MSS. p. 69. 
y explorations in America pp. 103, 136, 305, 241. — 
1 philosophy pp. 143, 177, 214, 248, 273, 334.— Pot- 
nd porcelain p. 210. — Russia, Turkey, etc. p. 244. — 
hiitory, Virginia, p. 269. 

. 4. Mental philosophy pp. 27, 97, 179.— Heraldry 
— AfghaniKtan p. 34. — Genealogy pp. 62, 96, 141.— 
usance pp. 98, 135, 209, 243, 271, 302, 403.— Am. 
lapcr* Z06. — Russia and nihilism p. 332. — Carlyle p. 
Wm. Blake 335. 

. 5. Renaissance p. 48. — Copyright pp. 59, iji. — 
\*\ and land questinn p. xi6. — Civil service p. 130. — 
Franklin pp. 2x7, 27O, 420. — Am. local hist. 330, 433. 
. 6 Am. local history pp. 88, 155, 233, 316, 402. — 
b«w Arnold p. 84.— The Eddas pp. 74, 182.— French 
iitii>n.« p. 393. — Mathematical books pp. 140, 328. — 
ifth and Portuguese books p. 293.— Spanish gram- 
aad dictionaries p. 240. 

: to notes about books, etc. 18S3. 16 B-9 
1 Univ. Bulletin. 1880-84. v. 2-4. 16 B--17 

^iag. nctfs contained {^additional to ** bibliog. con- 
iSioms/* ax Mow) : V. a. Seneca's moral character 
k.— Russian nihilism pp. 6a, 131. — Authorship of 
cspcarc's plays p. 156. — Study of Greek and Latin : 
coflircveriiy p. 156.— List of most useful reference 
I, by Winsor. 341. — Classified index to maps in 
-BanD*s geographische mittheilungen; by Bliss, pp. 

I. 3. Classified index to maps in Petermann's mitt- 
igen, continued, pp. 41, 94, 161, 222, 306. — Bibliog. 
olemy*s geog.; by Winsor, pp. 47, 106, 164, 226, 297, 
The Carlyle collection ; by Lane, p. 53. — The Kohl 
tim of early maps, Washington ; by Winsor, pp. 

)4. 30'« 3^5- 

4. I'he Kohl collection of early maps, c't'd, pp. 

». 175, .234. — Classified index to maps in publications 
•J gcof. «>c., 1830-1883; by Bliss, pp. 47, io.y, 182, 
Dante coil's of the Harvard col. and Boston public 
ei pp. Ill* ii»S-— Index to recent reference lists. 



Harvard bibliographical contributions; t*^/. 

by Winsor. 1879-1882 16 B-16 

Contents: i. (wanting.) — a. Earlier ed^s of Shake- 
speare's poems; by Winsor. — 3. Michael Angelo; by 
Norton. — 4. Pietas et gratulatio ; by Winsor. — 5. Scien- 
tific apparatus. — 6. Sumner collection. — 7. (wanting.) — 
8. Arthur Lee MSS. — 9. Floras of different countries ; by 
Goodale. — 10. Halliwelliana ; by Winsor.— 11. Entomo- 
logical libraries of U. S. ; by Scudder. — la. Harvard 
univ. list of pub's, 1870-80. — 13. Fossil insects; by Scud- 
der.— 14. Hist, hydrography of H'd'k'f Shoal ; by Til- 
linghast.-~i5. Am. authors in geol., etc. ; by Whitney. 

New York Apprentices' Library. Clas.siried 

lists. 1883-1884 16 B-14 

Philadelphia Mercantile Library. Bulletin. 

V. 1 16 B-18 

Reading notes: Herbert Spencer p. 31. — Death of 
Daniel Webster; by Hart p. 79. --Luther p. 94. — Cata- 
combs p. 113. — Wycliffe p. 127. — Finding books, indexes, 
etc., p. 143. — Dies ira: pp. 160, 179. — Education p. 194. — 
Goethe p. 209 — Historical novels p. 223. 

Providence Public Library. Monthly ref- 
erence list.s. (By Fo.ster.) 4v 16 55 

Contents: Vol. i. French republic— Plantagenets. — 
Cession of Dulcigno. — Geo. Eliot.— Washington.— Web- 
ster. — Carlyle. — Alex. 11. and nihilism. — H.imilton. — 
Sanity of Hamlet. — Beaconsfield. — Free ships. — Sheri« 
dan's ** Rivals." — Dramas of Sophocles. —Revision Eng. 
Bible. — Lincoln. — Erasmus. — Madame de Stael. — Com- 
ets. — Deep-sea phenomena. — French in Tunis. — Dean 
Stanley. — Centenary of Kant. — Unification of Italy. — 
English discussion, protection. — Cardinal Richelieu. — 
Spanish armada. — Yorktown. — Discoveries at Olympia. 
— England, XVI 11. century. — French allies, 1778-81. — 
English people before conquest. — Othello. — Inter-oceanic 
canal. — Macbeth. 

Vol. 2. /i'lstheticism. — Florence. — Suez canal. — Long- 
fellow. — Roman catacombs. — Nibelungenlied.— German 
empire. — S. E. Europe. — Chinese in U. S. — Venus of 
Melos. — Burke and Fr. revol'n. — Darwin.— Emerson. — 
Roman republic. — University education in Germany. — 
Local self-government. — European interests in Egypt. 
— National Banks. — Local self-government in U. S. — 
Herbert Spencer. — Wordsworth's poetry. — Webster. — 
Gregori.^n calendar. — Phila., 1682-1882.— Tariff legisla- 
tion in U. S.— Transits of Venus. 

Vol. 3. Administrations of John Adams, John Q. 
Adams, T. Jefferson, Jas. Monroe, J.is. Madison, Wash- 
ington. — Civil service.— Gambetta. — Whitiier. — Elective 
judiciary. — Indian tribes in U. S. — Gladstone. — Wagner. 
—Georgia sesquiceniennial. — Washington Irving. — Dorti. 
— O. W. Holmes.— Edwin Buoth.-East river bridge. — 
Eds. of Shakespeare.— Early social life in New England. 
—Paris treaty, 1783.— Social life. New Eng., XIX. cen- 
tury. — Standard time. — Luther, recent views of. — North- 
west. — Philosophy in America. 

Vol. 4. Administrations of Jackson, Van Buren, Har- 
rison, Tyler, Polk, Taylor, Fillmore, Pierce, Buchanan. 
— Classical studies and scientific studies. — Mexico. — 
Education of women. — Gt. Britain's interests in Africa. — 
Arctic exploration. — Canada. — Eng. reformation. — Wm. 
the silent.— Earthquakes.— Eng. explorations of Am. — 
European interests in Asia. — New Orleans and Louisiana. 
— S. Johnson. 



138 



inULIOGRAPlIV. 



PERSONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY. 

(Bibliography nf individuals will be found under their 
namei in I'iograph)*, or in the general list of literary woiks.) 

BIBLIOO. OK HISTORY AND TRAVEL. 

Abbot. Bibliog. of civil war. Regimen- 
tal histories. 1 5S6 i6 P:im. 24 

Adams. Manual of hist. literature. 1SS2. 16 2*) 
Boston Pul>lic Library. Catalogue of books 

(lower hall) in hist., biog. and travel. . 17 B-13 
Buffalo Y. M. Library (now " lUiflfalo Lib- 
rary"). Finding-list of history, etc 1)5.2 X5 

Cl»ARKK & Co. Bibliotheca Americana. 

1876, 1S7S, iSycj, 1S83. 4v 1615 

COLBUKN. Bibliog., local hist, of Mass. . . xO B-io 
DiJFOSSK. ]>ullctin,bibliog. Americana. 2 V. 1662 
F., W. A. Short reading list of U. S. hist. . 16 Pam. 1 1 

Field. Indian l.)ibliugraphy. 1S73 16 25 

Foster. Presidential administrations; 17S9 

-1S85; rcf. list i'> f>5 

France. Commission des monuments his* 

tori(|ues; catalog dc la blbliothciiue. . . 16 37 
Grifkin. liibliog. of discover)' of the Miss- 
issippi. 18S3 975-^ l»~' 

UA\A.,it/. Methodsof teach'ghi^t. 1SS3..371 4(>J^ 
HUNNKWKI.I.. liibliog. of Bunker Hill, etc. 1626 
Jacohs. Jewishquest.; bibliog.of. 1885.. 16 67 
Kfirr. ird)lit»g.. voyages, etc., to 1S24 ... , ^13 41) 
I^ng Island Hist. Soc. library list. iSSi . . 16 Pam. S 
Macrav. Manual of British historians to 

i(xK) 165 

MassoN. Sources of French hist «)44 127 

NiCoi.soN, Fng- historical library. U^nti. 16 14 
PlNKKRTON. IJibliog., voyages, etc., to 

1814 913 B-25 

Shout. Historical ref. lists. 1882 1^45 

Stkvkns. Calaioi;. of hist'c.d coil's. 1881. if) U-0 
Historical nu^gcls. 18(^2. 2 v 16 34 

TKiiJtNKR. Books relating to America. . i^ Pam. 15 
Catalog., Kgypt and F.gyptology. i>Si. 16 36 

WiNsok. Reader's handb'k of Am. rev. .{^71.2 48 

BIBLIOC. OF FICTION, DRAMA. ETC. 

Baltimore Mercantile L. A. catalog. Kng. 

fiction. 1S74- 17 B-8 

Boston Pub. L. Kng. prose fiction. 1577.. 17 B-10 

Same. 1^85 17 B-10 

Poetry, dr.ima, arts. etc. 1 •^70 if* B-3 

Bowi.N. Historical tales. iS>j i^> 47 

British museum. Romances, dep'l of MS.S. . 16 B-i i 
Buffalo Y. M. A. Lib. (now " Buffalo Lib- 
rary"), ('atalog. of novels, etc. 1871..95.2X B-2 
Cincinnati Pub. Lib. Dramas, etc. 1877.. 16 B-5 



Peoria Pub. L. Fiction and juveniles. 18S2. I 
Philadelphia Merc. Lib. Bibliog. of Dies 
Inc. Bui. V. I, pp. 160, 179 16 

Finding list for novels. 1S78 

Historical novels. Bui., v. i, p. 223. ... 16 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PHILOLOGY. 

Ludf.wk;. Literature of Am. aboriginal 
languages. 1S5S 

TrUhner. Books on moilcrn African 

languages 16 Vm 

Dictionaries and grammars. 1SS2 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SOCIAL SCIENC 

Bi.AN(jtJi. Bibliog. of pol. economy 330 

Boscii Kkmi'KR. Catalog, de livres sur le 
droit, etc. i8vS4 16 Pi 

Ci.ARKK & Co., R. Catalog., education, 
etc. 1880 *. 16 PI 

Enslin. Bibliotheca a?conomica. 1S41.. 

STKir.KR. Catalog., education, etc. 187S. 37! 

Si:mnkr, Wells, /•/ <?/. Bibliog. of politi- 
cal economy, etc. 1 SSi 16 P 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF NATURAL SCIEK 

Ar.Assiz. Bildiog. zoologin? et geologi.v.. . 

Bibliography of Am. conchology to i860. 
(S. M. C. v. 5 and 9) ! 

Bolton. Catalog, of scientific periodi- 
cals. 1665-1882 

Collins. .Scientific b*ks, microscopy, etc. 16 Pi 

DiiLAU. Botanical works 

Gill. Scientific annuals 

HoLDKN. Books, etc., relating to nebulnc. 
etc. (S. M. C. V. 14) 

Jackson. Guide to botanicil literatuic.. . 
Vegetable technology. 1882 

KiNi;sLEY. Bibliog. of zoology. 1882... 

Prime. Catalogue of ofhcial reports, geo- 
logical surveys, U. S. 1879 557 I 

Rees. Catalogue and index of publications 
of .Smithsonian Inst. 1 846-1 S82 J5 

Ronalds. Catalog. , electricity, etc. 2 v . . 

Science and teehnolog>' ; modern works. . . 

SctJDDER. Catalog., scientific serials. 1633 
-1376 u 

Watson. Bibliog, N. Am. botany. (S. M. 
C. v. 15) 

BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MEDICAL SCIEI 

1)ILLIN(;8. Bibliog. of cholera. 1873.... < 

Medical bibliography. 18S3 t6 P 

Clarke & Co. Bibliotheca medica 

CoBfiOLD. Bibliog., internal parasites . . 5< 



X For reference. 



UIBLIOGRAPHV. 



139 



I Health Exhibition Library. 

1884 i^» 58 

s Surgeon Gen.*s OAice. Index 

of lib. By Billings, v. 1-6... 16 »-4 

BLIOGRAPHY OF ARTS. 

talog. of chess collection, 187S. 16 ig 

Catalog, librai re in ilitaire. 1SS2 16 3S 

y of chess if» Pam. 3 

.. etc.; list of works on 737 >«) 

opical lessons in art hist. 1S81. 709 3S 
.ington National Art Lib. Uni- 

catalog. of books on art. 2 v.. . 16 3 

KJKAPHY OF THEOLOGY, ETC. 

Books of ref. for biblical study. ^220 114 
ibliog. of ; by Kistner. iS6g. . . ih Tarn. 6 
IVibliog. of ecclesiastical hist. .16 Pam. 21' 
Bibllotheca theologica. iS33 . . 16 4S 
Thef»logical index. 1868.... 17 i 

H. Catalog., religions, etc. 1SS4 1^*54 
r. Catalog., theological, etc. 1882 i() (tO 



)1NG: HINTS AND HELPS. 

. rJ. Hints for home reading. . . . *374 i(» 
Plain living and high thinking. . *374 13 

School of life. 18S1 *374 12 

).\. Right u>*c of books. 1S78.. *374 y 

N. Book-lover. 1S.S5 16^)1 

E. Self-cuUure. IJ=74 *374 3 

Public Lii)rary. I land-hook for 

iers. iS7«^ 1620 

New ed. 1883 1620 

, a/. Readers* heljtN. 18S5 9S.7 Pam. 2 

Museum. Hand-book for readers ; 

Nichols. i36fi 16 40 

Library. {Lately Y. M. Lil»rary.) 

iks for young readers. 1S81 *95.2X 7 

£. On the choice of books. 1SS1 374 14 

NO. Self-culture 1839 *374 16 

.. Self-culture. 1880 *374 1 1 

TOH. How to educate yourself. . . '374 2 
Libraries and readers. 1883... *ifj 51 

How to read *i 77 8 

roN. The intellectual life. 1S73. 3745 
I. Books for the young. 1882. ♦if) Pam. 7 
w. The choice of books. 1 880. .824.2 3S4 

Self-formation. 1883 '374 15 

Jf;ii, iFtfr/ ^y/", (Stafford Northcote). 

nIfor>' re.iding. 1S85 374 17 

Coarse of Eng. reading. 1853 •• 1^' n 

Advice in pursuits of literature.. 810 10 
ID. ir</. The praise of books 804 4 



Lf.Y»*olI)T tint/ JoNKS, tv/j. Books of all 

time. 1S82 II 32 

Loo.Mis. Mental and social culture. 1S73. 3746 

MooRK. What to read and how. 1S70. . *i6 g 
NoKTiiROi'. Reading of our boys and 

girls. 1882 *i6 Pam. 4 

Porter, l^ooks and reading. 1871 *i6 8 

Same. 1881 'lO 8 

Providence, Point Sheet Grammar School 
Library. Catalog, and notes on chil- 
dren's books. 1SS3 "16 Pam. lO 

Pryde. Highways of literature. 1SS2. 16 46 

Putnam. Best reading. 1873 16 12 

Same ; I'l/. by Perkins. 1S77 16 13 

Same ; ft/, by Jones. 1SS2 16 I3j^ 

Pycrokt. Course of Eng. reading. 1871. 15 17 

RlLSKLN'. Sesame and lilies. 16^5 374 4 

Same 374 8 

Smart. Books, etc., for the young. iSSo. *iO 27 
Stakl, A/'ffir 1)K. Influence of litera- 
ture. 1813. 2v 8108 

Thwinc. Reading of books. 18S3 16 52 

Va.n Dyke. Books, and how to use them. *i6 50 

Van RHYN. What and how to read. 1.S75 ^6 10 

Wii.LMOTT. PleaMircs of literature, ihbo 801 5 
WiNMJK. Most useful reference books (IL 

U. Bui., V. 2. p. 341) 16 B-17 

Young Men's society for home study. 

Annual report. 1882 374 Pam. i 



MISCELLANEOUS CATALOG'S. 

OK PUBLIC LIBRARIES. 

Albany Y. M. .\. Library. 1S53 17 11 

Am. Antic|uarian See. 1S37 4^72 B-3 

Astor Library. (Accessions.) 18S2.... 17 Pam. I 

Bo.ston Athen;vum. 1S74-82. f^v 17 B-I2 

I^ston Merc. Lilirary Ass'n. iS(k) 17 B-3 

Boston Pulilic Lil)r;uv. 1854 I<> 19 

Same. iSOj-iSfi^.. 2 v iS B-i 

(Prince Library.) I'i'jt^ 15 \\-^ 

Bowdoin College Libiary. 1S63 iS H) 

Brookline Public Library. i'^73-Si. 2 v. 17 35 

Brooklyn Library. iS77-S«) 17 B-ii 

Buffalo German V. M. A. isf)f) 95.2 2 

Buflalo Vt)ung Men's Library (now BuH'alo 

Library). 1837.1848,1865 052 X-5 

Same. 1S71. 1872 yS.aX B-i 

Chicago Public Library. (Kin«ling list.) . . 18 10 

Cincinnati Pub. Library. 1S71 17 B-4 

(.'Vnnual bulletin.) i87()-i884 17 B-15 

(Finding list). 1SS2-84 17 B-4 

Cincinnati Y. M. M. Library'. 1846 18 g 

Same. 1853 183 



* For young readers. X For reference. 



140 



BIBLIOGRAPHY. 



Cleveland Library Ass'n. 1865 17 14 

Cleveland Pub. Library. (Books added.) 

1881 iS.Pam. 8 

Same. 1882-1883 18 Pam. B-3 

Reference dep't. 1883 17 B-17 

Detroit Public Library. 1877 17 27 

Detroit Y. M. A. Library. 1865 17 17 

Duluth Library. 1870 18 Pam. i 

Evansville Public Library. 1876 17 18 

Gloversville, Levi Parsons Library. 1881. 18 12 

Grand Rapids Library. 1878 18 Pam. 6 

Hartford Y. M. Inst. 1844-1847 19 18 

Indianapolis Public Library. 1873 177 

Same. 1883 17 34 

(Books added). 1873-1878 18 Pam. B-i 

London .Statistical Soc. Library. 1884 ... 16 B-15 
Long Island Hist. Soc. Library. 1881. . 16 Pam. 8 

Lowell City Library. 1877 

Milwaukee Public Library. (Bilcher in 

Deutscher sprache.) 1882 17 Ii-i6 

Milwaukee Y.M. A. Library. 1855-68. 3v. 179 

Same. 1863 18 Pam. 4 

Same. 1877 1726 

Minnesota Univ. Library. 188 1 17 32 

New York Apprentices' Library. 1871- 

1881. 2v 17 B-i 

New York Merc. Library. 1830-34. 2 v. 18 9 

Same. 1837-1876. 6v 174 

New York State Library. 1846-1875. 8 v. 17 3 

New York Soc. Library. 1850 17 8 

North Easton, Ames Free Lib. 1883. 2 v. 17 lV-20 

Ohio State Library. 1875 176 

Philadelphia Library Co. 1789,1856. 2 v. 172 
Philadelphia Mercantile Library. 1870.. 17 B-7 
Providence Franklin Lyceum. 1857. . . .18 Pam. 2 
Providence Public Library. (Finding lists.) 

1880-1882. 2v 18 B-f) 

Quincy Pub. Library. (With notes.) 1875. 17 B-9 

Rochester Athenaeum. 1850 189 

St. Louis Mercantile Library. 1850 17 16 

Same. First sup 189 

.St. Louis P. S. Library. 1870 175 

San Francisco Mercantile Library. 1874-75 17 B-6 

San Francisco Public Library. 1882 t? 30 

Smithsonian Inst. Library. 1866. (v. 9. 

S. M. C.) 50^J 6 

South Danvers Peabody Institute. 1855. . 17 15 

Springfield Public Library. 1S82 17 24 

Syracuse Central Library. 1860-69. 2 v. 17 lu 



Taunton Public Library. 1S81-S4. 2 v. 
Toronto Public Library. 1884 

Same. (Hallam's gift.) 18S5 

Troy Y. M. A. Library. 1859 

United States. Library of Congress. 1861 
1875. 8 V 

Patent Office Library. 1878-1883. 2 \ 

War Dep't Library. 18S2-1S84. 2 v. 

Uxbridge Public Library. 18S1 

Washington Assembly's Church Library 

1883 1 

Ware Y. M. A. Library. 1SS0-1S84 

Waterbury, Silas Bronson Library. 1S7C 
Worcester Public Library. 1861 

Same. 18S4 

Yale College, Calliopean Soc. 1831 

OF PRIVATE LIBRARIES. 

Arnold. Library. 1 879 

Beckford. Library (with prices). 2 v.. 

Boo I'H. Library, i S84 

Brinley. Library. 1878-81. 3 v 

CoMERKORi). Library. 1S81 

Daly. Library. 1878 

Francis. Library. 1S62 i. 

Greene. Library. 1869 

Halleck. Library. 1868 1; 

HoLLiDAY. Library. 1S70 

James. Archaeolog. library 11 

Jarvis. Library. 1851 

Laing. Library (with prices). 1883 

Menzies. Library. 1875 

MiiRPiiY. Library (with prices). 1SS4.. 
O'Callaguan. Library (with prices) iSS 

Odell. Library. 1878 

Osterley Park library (with prices). 1885. 

S.MErs. Library. 186S 

Sparks. Library. 1871 

Sunderland (Blenheim) library (with prices 

1880. 2 V 

Woodward. Library. 1869 

OF DEALERS. 

Paterson. Catalogue. 1881 

Putnam. Book-buyer's manual (1850).. 
Quaritcii. General catalogue. iSSo. .. 
RoDD. Catalog, of books for sale. 1S3 
TiiORi'E. Catalog, of curious books, wit 
prices. 1842 



LIBRARIES. 



141 



^RE AND KEEPING OF BOOKS. 



BRARY ECONOMY. 

Library Ass*n. Proceedings. 

535. 5v 19 B-3 

Enemies of books. 1880 10 14 

ollege. Scbool of library econo- 

8S3 ig Pam. 71 

> indicator, vs. book-keeping. 19 Pam. 54 
Function of a public library, 

19 Pam. 88 

Library aids. 1S83 1018 

19 Pam. 59 

ibraries and schools. 1884. . .19 Pam. 87 

'he library. 1881 10 15 

\s&Ti of the U. K. Transactions 

-iS32. 4 V 19 B-2 

hronicle. 1 884-1885. 2 v 19 B-5 

oumal. 1877-1885. 10 V 19 B-i 

prs (••Arthur Penn"). The 

5 library 10 19 

lotes of the L. A. U. K. 4 v 19 B-4 

^ Free libraries and news-rooms. 

I 19 Pam. 53 

Free libraries and unclean 

LS. 1885 19 Pam. 78 

ublic libraries. 18S5 19 Pam. 78 

Manual of public libraries, etc. . . 19 4 

Library manual 10 17 

lates Bureau of Education. Special 

. on public libraries. 1876. pt. I. . 19 10 

pt. 2 17 22 

EY. How to form a library. 1886 10 22 

CLASSIFICATION. 

kthenreum. How to get books. .112 Pam. 3 
jbrary. Index to subject catalog. 95. 2X 6 

Decimal classification. 1885... 112 7 
s. New system of classifica- 

112 Pam. 5 

r. Shelf classification at British 

earn. 1878 19 Pam. 51 

. Rational classification of litera- 

1881 112 Pam. I 

rev. I832 "2 Pam. 2 

XI. New classification and nota- 

i§52 ^^2 Pam. 4 

P. Classification of b'ks. 1882 112 5 



CATALOGUING AND INDEXING. 

Blackburn. Hints on catalog, titles, etc. 18 B-7 
Cutter. Rules for printed diet, catalog. . . 17 22 

Index Society. Reports 10 Pam. I 

WnEATLEY. What is an index ? 1879. lo 12 

ARCHITECTURE. 

Boston Public Library. Proposed new 

building; report on. 1882 1922 

Same ; preliminary description. 1883. . 19 Pam. 76 
Poole. Library construction. 18S4. ..19 Pam. 74 

Report on library architecture. 1882. .19 Pam. 63 
Smitiimeyer. Library architecture. ... 19 Pam. 70 



LIBRARY HISTORY. 

Axon. Free town libraries of Gt. Britain 

and Continent. (J. of S. S. v. 33.). . . . 310 6 
Baltimore. Enoch Pratt Free Library ; 

opening. 1885 19 Pam. 89 

Boston AtheN/EUM. Hist.; byQuincy.. 19 6 

British Museum. Guide to. 1873 3^9 8 

Handy book of. 1870 369 4 

Life of Panizzi ; by Fagan 928.2 367 

Lives of founders ; by Edwards. 1870.. 369 5 

Returns relating to. 1878 *. . 42 B-3 

Travels in ; by Grant 914.2 83 

Buffalo Library Ass'n. Accounts. Nov. 

1827 95.2 Pam. 8 

Book accounts with shareholders. 1 821. 

1834. 2v 92.56 

Minutes, etc. 1816-1832 95-2 3 

Subs, and acc't book. 1817-1827 95.2 4 

Treas. acct's. 1818-1827 95-2 5 

Buffalo Lyceum, papers of. 1831-33 95.2 Pam. 7 

Buffalo Young Men's Ass'n {^now " Buffalo 

Library.") Acc't books. 1836-53. 6 v. 95. 2X 8 

Books added. 1858-1862. (MS.) 95.2X B-4 

Building-subscription book, 1848 95.2X R-I 

Celebration, 25th Anniversary, Mar. 22, 

i860 95.2X Pam. 5 

Committee acc'ts. 1 860-1861 95-2 X B-8 

Communications relating to origin and 

early hi>t. of Y. M. A 95-2X Pam. ii 

Constitution and by-laws. 1S36 95.2 Pam. 8 

Same (MS.); with signatures 95.2X B-5 



142 



LIBRARIES. 



Correspondence. 1836-1S40 95.2 Pam. 10 

Discourscat islmeet'g, 1835; byShelton. 95.2X i 

Election cash book. 1855-1874 95-2X B-6 

First catalog, of books, MSS.(N. D.). .95.2X B-3 
Lecture Coin, minutes. 1837-1841... 95.2X B-7 
List of purchasers of bonds. 1870.. .95.2X Pam. 13 

Opening of building. 1865 95. 2X Pam. 7 

Papers. 1836-1838 95.2X Pam. 9 

Papers. 1847-1848 95-2X Pam. 12 

California free pub. libraries act. i38o.. . 19 Pam. 86 
Childs, G. W. Library of; by Robinson 

1882 20 Pam. I 

Cleveland Library .Ass'n. Charier, etc. .19 Pam. 37 
Columbia College Libraries. Notes; by 

Dewey I9 Pam. 72 

Dan vers, Peabody Ins. Ilisi. sketch. 1856. 199 
East Saginaw, lloyt Public Library. Trust 

deed 19 Pam. 68 

Edwards. Free town libraries, etc. 1869. 19 5 

Libraries and founders. 1865 193 

Memoirs of libraries. 1859. 2v 19 i 

Public libraries, Europe and U. S. 1S48. 

(J. of S. S., V. II.) 310 6 

Evansville, Willard Library. Establish- 
ment, etc 19 Pam. 47 

(jloucesler. Sawyer Free Library. Outline 

of hist. 1S84 1923 

Haverhill Public Library. Dedication. .19 Pam. 32 
Jewett. Notices of public libraries in 

United Slates. 1S51. . 40 6 

Kentucky Polytechnic Soc. ("barter, etc. 

1S81 19 Pam. 41 

Mechanics* Institutes, Ontario. Circular of 

Ass'n. 1882 . K^ Pam. 73 

Michigan University Library. Opening.. 19 Pam. 69 
New York Merc. Library. 50lh Ann.. . .19 Pam. 3 
New York Soc. Library. Lecture on; by 

MacMulIen. 1856 19^7 

Philadelphia Library Co.; bhorl acc't of. . . 172 

Rochester. Reynolds Library. Hy-laws. 

etc 19 Pam. 56 

Toronto Mechanicb' Inst. Constitution.. 19 Pam. 40 
Troy V. M. A. Constitution. 1853. ...19 Pam. 35 
Washington National Library. Pending 

legislation H) Pam. 77 

Worcester Y. M. L. Assn. Report. 1855 40 13 



LIBRARY REPORTS. 

Albany. Y. M. A. 1S41, 1845-1.S4S ... ig 18 

Same. 1S47 i:'^4S. 1S51-1852 1920 

Same. 1858-1S.S5 (ii years wanting).. 19 Pam. 20 

B.M.TLMORE. Peabody Inst. 1S68-85. .19 Pam. 17 



Boston. Merc. Lib. Ass'n. 1850-1853. 

Same. 1854-1855 

Same. 1856 

Same. 1865-8, 1871 ] 

Public Lib. 1855-85 (8 years want'g). .1 
Hridgeport. Public Lib. iS82-iSS5-i< 
Brookline. Pub. Lib. 18S2, 1S84. 'S5.IC 
Brooklyn. Merc. Lib. 1859-1885 (9 y'rs 

wanting) u 

Buffalo. Young Men's Ass'n (now " Buf- 
falo Library"). 1836- 1 84 5 

Same. 1836-18S6. j v 

Charlestown. Public Lib. 1863-1873 

(4 years wanting) i^ 

Chicago. Public Library. 1873-85... ly 

\\ M. Ass'n. 1866, 1867 ic 

Cincinnati. Public Library. 1S6S-1SS5 
(9 years wanting) iq 

Y. M. Merc. Lib. Ass'n. 1S55 

Same. 1856 

Same. 1857-1884 (7 years wanting). . ic 

Cleveland. Pub. School Lib. 187S-84 . ic 

Detroit. Public Lib. 1870-S5 (7 years 

wanting) 

Young Men's Society. 1857 

Same. 1858-1868 (— 1S63-64) ic 

East St. Louis. Pub. Lib. 1876 u 

Evansville, Ind. Pub. Library. 1876.1c 
Fall Rivkr. Pub. Lib. 1871, 1873. .if 
CjERMANTown. Lib. Ass'n. iSSi, 1884. .ic 

Friend's Free Read'g Room, i S78-85 . ic 
Glovkrsville. I <revi Parsons' Lib. 1SS2.IC 
HANDS\voRTii(Eng.) Pub. Lib. iSS4.if 
Hartford. Y. M. Inst. 1846, 1S47. 1848. 

Same. 1849 and 1854 

Same. 1855 

Same. 1857 

Same. 1858-1884 (—18^)0-67) 1 

Harvard. Univ. Lib. 1861, '63, '77-84. ir 
IIavkrhill. Public Library. 1879... ii 
Indianapolis. Public Library. 1S73-81 

(—1879-80) ig 

Iowa. State Library. 1880-84 it] 

Kentucky. Polytechnic Society, i S83 . ic 
Lancaster (Mass.) Library. 1882-S3. . ic 

Louisville. Mechanics' Inst. 1855 

Lowell. City Library. 1864-80 (5 years 

wanting^ 19 

Manchester (N. H.) Public Lib. 1866, 

1868 ic 

Milwaukee. Public Lib. 187S-84.. ic 

Montreal. Merc. Lib. 1866-68 it 

Natick (Mass.) Morse Inst. 1S79-84 
(—1882) i( 



LIBRARIES.— GENERAL CYCLOPAEDIAS. 



143 



Li>. Free Pub. Lib. 1853.. 19 14 

>5 19 19 

^c^~^4 (3 years wanting). ... 19 Pam. 23 
RT. Public Library. 1863-84 

s wanting) 19 Pam. 29 

«. Y. M. Institute. 1881. .19 Pam. 67 
[ass.). Free Lib. 1877-84.19 Pam. 28 
. Apprentices' Lib. 1848-85 

., 1876) 19 Pam. 4 

irmry. 1851-84 (—1862) 19 Pam. 5 

College Library. 1884 19 Pam. 81 

}. Ass'd. 1834 and 1845 19 18 

1855 19 19 

[856 19 17 

tSscvand 1854 19 20 

[857-85 (7 years wanting) 19 Pam. 3 

•E. Lib. 1852-53-54 19 16 

856 19 17 

858-84 (incomplete) 19 Pam. 6 

B Lib. 1871-80 ( — 1873, '75). 19 Pam. 14 
kfass.) Peabody Inst. 1869-83 

', 1879. 1880) 19 Pam. 24 

iliA. Merc Library. 1856... 19 17 

857 

•58-85 (7 years wanting) 19 Pam. 9 

. Y. M. Mercantile Library 

(8 years wanting) 19 Pam. 21 

v. M. Ass'n. 1867 19 Pam. 33 

Franklin Lyceum. 1856.. 19 17 
1846 19 18 

land 1854 '9 14 

^ «•• • ••••*.....*•• '9 9 



Same. 1856 19 I5 

Same. 1857-85 (4 years wanting). ... 19 Pam. 19 

Public Library. 1879-84 19 Pam. 19^ 

Rochester. Athenaeum. 1840 19 18 

Same. 1857, 1862-4, 1868 19 Pam. 34 

St. Louis. Merc. Lib. Ass'n. 1850 19 2Z 

Same. 1853-1855 19 19 

Same. 1856 19 17 

Same. 1857 19 I5 

Same. 1858-85 (14 years wanting). . .19 Pam. 12 

Public School Library. 1865-84 19 Pam. 13 

San Francisco. Free Public Lib. 188 1, 

1883 19 Pam. 60 

Merc. Lib. 1860-84 (—1861-63) .... 19 Pam. z8 
South Danvers. Peabody Inst. 1858.19 Pam. 25 
Springfield (Mass.) City Lib. Ass'n . . 19 Pam. 64 
Swansea (Wales). Pub. Lib. 1881-84.19 Pam. 62 
Taunton. Public Library. 1882-84. .19 Pam. 79 
Toledo. Public Library. 1883 19 Pam. 82 

Toronto. Mechanics' Inst. 1865, '75, 

'79, '82 19 Pam. 40 

Troy. Y. M. Ass'n. 1845 1918 

United States. Library of Congress. 

1874-84 ( — 1875) 19 Pam. 43 

Utica. * Young Men's Ass'n. 1845 19 x8 

Ware. Y. M. L. Ass'n. i88z, 1882 . .19 Pam. 58 
Waterbury. Silas Bronson Lib. 1870-82 

( — 1874, 1877) 19 Pam. 30 

Wilmington. Inst. 1864-85 (7 years 

wanting) 19 Pam. 51 

Worcester. Free Pub. Lib. 1863-84.19 Pam. i 



GENERAL BOOKS. 



lAL CYCLOPEDIAS. 

ypaedia. 1876. 16 v t3X i 

U>naiit. 1878 t3i i6J< 

nual cyclop- 1861-1884... ^31 i? 

.1-75 t3i 17 

hist, and critical. 1734. 5 v. 34 R-i 

ci. of universal information. . J32 70 

dct.univcrscldes sciences, etc. t34 i 

cyclopsedU. 1 870. 10 v. . . . ^32 48 

ronng folks' cyclopedia. 1879. ^31 35 

i Americana. 1839-33 t3i 21 

i to same t3i 34 

BritaoDica. 9* e^- ▼• I-IQ. t32 2 

cd. i860. 34 V t32 24 



English cyclopaedia ; ed. by Knight. 12 v. 1(32 58 
ConUnt* : Geography, a v.— Biography. 3 v.— Nat- 
ural history. 3 v.— Artsand Sciencec. 4 V.— Index, i v. 

Heck's iconographic encyclopaedia {33 i 

Johnson's new universal cyclopedia. 1881. 

4v.in8 t3i 36 

London encyclopaedia. 1829. 22 v f 32 91 

Maunder. Treasury of knowledge. 1870. {31 i 
New Edinburgh encyclopedia ; ed. by 

Brewster, et al. 20 v J32 71 

Park. Pantology. 1847 ^31 18 

People's cyclopaedia; ed. by Du Puy. 3 v. ^31 48 

Rees, cyclopaedia. 47 v J32 113 

Stoddart's encyclopaedia Americana (Sup- 
plement to Encyclopaedia Brit.) v. 1-2. t3i 44 
Zell's popular encyclopaedia. 1870. 2 v. . {31 19 



% for reference. 



144 



READERS HAND-BOOKS. 



BOOKS OF THE CALENDAR. 

Chambers, ^</. Book of days. 1863. 3 v.{3^ B-2 

Hone. Every day book. 1866. 2 ▼. . . . {390 i 

Year book. 1866 J390 3 

READERS' HANDBOOKS. 

Brewer. Diet, of phrase and fable {423 14 

Reader's hand-book. 1880 {803 2 

Edwards. Words, facts and phrases {423 22 

Smith. Glossary of terms, etc. 1883. . . {803 B-i 

Wheeler. Diet, of noted names of fiction. {803 i 

Whowroteit? 1881 {803 3 

QUOTATIONS. 

Adams, ed. Sacred poetical quotations. . . |8ii 67 
Allibone. i-f/. Poetical quotations. 1873.. t^li 28 
BalijOU.^c/. Edge-tools of speech. 1886.. ^819 36 

Treasury of thought. 1872 {819 7 

Ban yard, ed. Wisdom, etc., of ancient 

philosophers ^819 14 

Barti.ett, <:</. Familiar quotations. 1S70. {819 5 

Same. 5th ed. 1S80 ^^19 6 

Same. Sth ed. 18S2 ^819 6}^ 

Bate,^(/. Illustrations, moral and relig*s.. {S19 37 

Bent, ^^. Short sayings. 1882 {819 53 

BOHN, z-^. Diet, of quotations. 1867 {819 49 

Edwards,^./. The world's laconics. 1866. ^819 X2 
Friswell. tf*!/. Familiar words. 1S80... {819 50 

Hai.r. r</. Poetical quotations. 1854 {821 3 

HoYT and Ward, cds. Cyclop, of prac- 
tical quotations. 1SS2 ^819 B-3 

MiciiELsoN,(-i/. Manual of quotations.... {S19 48 
Moore, ^./. Diet, of quotation^i. . . 1S31. ^^19 2 
New diet, of quot's; Ci reek. Latin, etc. 1S60 ^^19 3 
Riley, cd. Diet. I^tin quot.itions, pro- 
verbs, etc J819 4 

SoutiiOiATE. ed. Wh.at men have said 

about women. iSoS S29 I 

Spencer. Things new and old. iSt>7. 2 v. ^819 9 

Weld, a/. Sacred quotations. 185 1 {2492 

Wheeler. Famili.ir .illusions. 1882 {S03 4 

PROVERBS. 

Bigrix)W. Wit and wisdom of Haytians. . 8x9 iS 
BoHN. i-*/. H. 1 mi -lHX>k of proverbs. 1S60 {819 16 
BuRCKHARnr. Arabic proverbs. 1S75., 89323 

Den HAM. cd. Weather proverbs, etc 821. 2 463 

Diet, of English i>roverbs {8^9 2 

French. On the lesson* of proverbs. 1S53 819 17 
Gentlemen's Magazine Libra r}* : Dialect, 

proverbs, etc 427 6 

t For reference. 



Grose, ed. English local proverbs. . . . 

Herbert. Jocula prudentum 

Hood, ed. World of proverb and parab 
J, A,,ed. Le veritable Sancho Panza. . 

Hazlitt, W. C. Eng. proverbs, etc 

Henderson, ed. Scottish proverbs . . 

HiSLOP, ed. Proverbs of Scotland 

Kelly, ed. Proverbs of all nations, i: 
Lb Gai, ed. Petite encyclopedic des p 

verbes fran9aise. i860 

LoNO, ed. Eastern proverbs and emblei 
Pbrcival. Tamil proverbs with Eng. 

ANECDOTES. 

Addison (pseud.) Interesting anecdo 

etc. 6v 

Bbloe. Anecdotes of literature, etc. * 
Buck, ed. Anecdotes, religious, etc. i 
Hazlitt. <r(/. Anecdotes; modern. 18 
HlNDLEV, ^</. Tavern anecdotes. 188 
Hood, cd. The world of anecdote, i 
KiRKLAND, ed. Cyclop. of commer 

anecdote. 2 v 

Percy anecdotes; with American 

Spence. Anecdotes, etc. 1S5S 

Thoms, ed. Anecdotes of Eng. history 

FABLES. 

Bewick's select fables. 187 1 

BussEY, ed. Fables. 1842 



GENERAL MISCELL^ 

Akin and Barbauld. Evenings at ho 
BoTTA. Iland-b'k of universal literal 
Chambers* information for the people. 

Chambers' miscellany. 20 v 

Chambers* papers for the people. 10 v. i 
Chambers* pocket miscellany. 12 v. . . 
Collet. Relics of literature. 1S23.. 
Disraeli. Curiosities of literature, 
and 2d ser. 185S. 3v 

Same. 2d series. 1824. 3v 

Hone. Table book. iSf)6 

Knight, ed. Half-hours with best auth 

Masterpieces of foreign literature 

Spofforu ijmd Gibbon, eds. Libran 

choice literature. 1S82. 8 v 

Tegg.^i/. One hour's reading. 1S77. 
Times. Illustrated book of wonders.. 

Knowledge for the time. 1864 

Things not generally known. 1807 . 

Touches of nature. 1S67 

* For youDg readen. 



PERIODICALS. 



145 



KTery -day book. 1870.. 810 16 
le) and beautiful. 1867. . . . 829.1 17 

ders. 42 B-4 

3 41 B-i , 



PERIODICALS. 

NERAL INDEXES. ETC. 

td. Co-operative index to 

lis. 1883,1884 t8o5 B-ii 

(Q. P. Index. ) Index to lead- 

rer's and mag*s. 1882-84. . . {805 2 

X annual. 1882-84 ^805 10 

log. of periodicals, etc. r 880. 52 Pam. i 
Index to reviews, etc. 1848 . . {805 3 
eriodical literature. 1853.... t8o5 i 
eriodical literature. 3d ed. . . ^805 B-8 

jsos B-9 

Catalog, periodical literature. 16 44 

TERARY PERIODICALS. 

[884-1885. V. 25-27 805 P-B-20 

Repository. 2d ser. 2gv..8o5 P-21 

'round. 1859-82. v. 1-48.. 805 P-4 

: review. 1880. 3 v 705 R-3 

c-seller. 1880-82. v. 9-12.. 805 P-69 

>torica] record. 1872. v. 1-3. 971 P-2 
ed in ** Potter's Am. Monthly " ) 

mthlymag. 1836. v. 7,8, 10.805 P-45 

meer. 1842-43. v. 1-2 905 4 

b*s circular. 1855. 25 v. .805 P-B-3 
uterly register. 1848. 6 v. . 905 8 

arterly review, v. 1-20 805 P-40 

ricw (Whig), v. i-i6 805 P-41 



1849. 2v .805 P-II 

tcr. 1758-1884. 129 V I52 P-2 

mrnal. 1869-81. v. 1-26.. 805 P-B-r2 
J journal. 1845-67. 24 V... 905 7 

London. 1849-85. 40 v. ..705 R-2 
n-Iy review. 1886. v. i . . . . 

1880-85. 10 V 805 P-B-13 

thly. 1857-85. V. 1-55 805 P-12 

nplete) 805 11 

1-36. 1876 t8o5 4 

867-1870. V. i-io 805 P-7 

repository and N. Y. literary 

181^21. V. 1-4 805 P-75 

cellany. 1837-1868. v. 1-64. 805 P-i 
Edinburgh magazine. 1820- 

Bcomplete) 98 v 805 P-48 

le. 1885 10 B-2 

1879-^S. 7V 805 P-67 



British American mag. 1863-64. v 1-2. .805 P-59 
British quart, review. 1871-80. v. 53-73.805 P-37 
Brownson's quart, rev. 1845-64. v. 2-21.. 205 P-3 
Bystander, The ; ed. by Goldwin Smith. 

1880-1881. 2v 52 P-i 

Canadian monthly. 1872-78. v. 1-13.. .805 P-6r 
Century, The. (See Scribner's monthly.) 
Chambers' Edinburgh journal, (ist ser.) 

1833-44 805 P-B-22 

New series. 1844-84. 41 v 805 P-23 

Christian disciple. 1813-23. 17 v 205 P-io 

Christian examiner. 1824-69. 87 v 205 P-ii 

Cochrane's foreign quart, rev. 1835. v. 1 .805 P-79 
Columbian ladies' and gentlemen's maga- 
zine. 1844-46. 3 V 805 B-io 

Contemporary review. 1866-85. v. 1-47.805 P-27 
Cornhill magazine. 1860-85. v. 1-52. . . .805 P-72 
Craftsman, The ; ed. by Bolingbroke, et al. 

1725-1737- 14V 329.248 

Continental monthly. 1862-64. ▼ 1-5* * .805 P-50 

Critic. 1881-85. V 1-5 805 P-B-16 

Democratic review. 1837-52. v. 1-31.. .805 P-4a 
Deutsche Rundschau. 1879-85. v. 18-43.805 P-68 

Dial (Chicago). 1881-85. v. 1-5 805 P-B-18 

Duffy's Hibernian mag. 1862-64. 5V...805P-62 
Eclectic magazine. 1844-1883. v. 1-104.805 P-30 

Index. V. 1-96. 1881 J805 P-30 

Eclectic museum. 1843. v. 1-2 805 P-31} 

Edinburgh review. 1802-85. v. 1-161..805 P-33 

Index. 1 802-1 844. 3 V |8o5 P-33 

English illustrated mag. 1884-85. v. 1-2.805 P-77 
English historical review. 1886. v. i. . . . 
Englishwoman's domestic mag. 1863. 4 v. 805' P-22 
Essex Institute bulletin. 1870-84. 16 v. . 971 P-4 
Every Saturday (Boston). 1871-72. 4 v. 805 P-B-9 

Every Saturday (Buffalo). 1878. 2 v 98 P-B-3 

Examiner (Buffalo). 1833 98.4 P-3 

Excelsior. 1854. 6 v 42 13 

Fine arts quarterly. 1866. 2 v 705 B-i 

Foreign quart, review. 1827-38. v. 1-20.805 P-79 

Same. 1843-1845. v. 30-35 805 P-38 

Forum, The. 1886. v. i 

Fortnightly review. 1865-85. v. 1-43. . .805 P-29 
Frazer's magazine. 1830-82. v. 1-106. . 805 P-25 

Galaxy. 1867-77. v. 3-24 805 P-14 

Globe. The (Buffalo). 1874-77. 4 v 98 P-2 

Good things for the young. 1873-74. 2 v. *8o5 8 
Good words; ed, by N. Macleod. 1860- 

1874. 14 V 205 P-I 

Good words for the young. 1871. i v. .*8o5 P-19 
Harper's magazine. 1850-85. v. 1-70. .. 805 P-6 

Same (incomplete) 805 7 

Index. V. 1-70. 1885 |8o5 5 



X Tw rdiraice. * For young naden. 



146 



PERIODICALS. 



Harper's weekly jour. 1857-85.. 29V..51P-B-3 
Harper's young people. 1883. I v . .*8o5 P-B-17 

Hesperian. 1859-1861. v. 2-7 805 P-57 

Historical magazine. 1857-75. ^3 ▼• • • • 97^ P-i 
Home monthly (Buffalo), i860, v. 3. . . . 98 P-i 

Hours at home. 1865-70. ▼ i-ii 805 P-63 

Household words. 1851-56. 36 v 805 P-3 

Howitt's journal. 1847-48. v 1-3 805 P-58 

Ulust'd London news. 1843-84. v. 1-85.52 P-B-i 

Illustrated magazine of art. 1853 51 B-i 

International review. 1874-83. v. 1-14. .805 P-51 

Index. V. 1-9 I805 P-51 

Journal of speculative philos. 1867. v. 1-18 105 i 
Knickerbocker magazine. 1836-63. 53 v.805 P-49 
Leigh Hunt's London jour. 1834-35 . . . 805 P-B-i i 

Leisure hour. 1881 805 fi-7 

Lippincott's Magazine. 1868-85. v. 1-35.805 P-15 
Literary inquirer and repertory (Buffalo). 

1833-34. 2 V 98 P-B-i 

Literary world (Hoffman's). 1848. v. 2-13. 805 P-B-5 
Literary world (Boston). 1 88 1 . v. 1 2-1 5 . 805 P-B-i 5 
Littell's living age. 1844-85. v. 1-166.. .805 P-32 

Index. 1837-80 I805 P-30 

Little folks. 4 v *8o5 9 

London magazine. 1734-37. i v 52 10 

London review. 1835. v. 1-2 805 P-74 

Longman's magazine. 1883-85. v 1-5. .805 P-73 
MacmiUan's mag. 1859-85. v. 1-5 1 . . . .805 P-20 
Magazine of Am. hist. 1877-85. 14 v, . . 971 P-3 
Magazine of Western hi.st. 1884-85. 2 v.. 975 P-i 
Mass. quarterly review. 1848-50. v. 1-3.805 P-43 

Metropolitan magazine, v. 4 805 P-55 

Monthly review. 1749-1816. v. 1-165. . .805 P-47 

Index. 1749-89. 3 V J805 P-47 

Museum of foreign literature. 1 822-1 841 

(incomplete). 26 v 805 P-31 

National miscellany. 185 3- 1855. 4 V.... 526 
National quart, rev. 1860-80. v. 1-41 . . .805 P-71 
Nation, The. 1865-85. v. 1-40 805 P-B-14 

General index, v. 1-30. 1880 I805 12 

Same. v. 31-40. 1885 J805 12 

Analytical index to pol. contents. 1865. ^805 14 
New Englander. 1843-83. v. 1-42 805 P-78 

Index. V. 1-19 805 P-78 

New England mag. 1831-34. v. 1-7. . . .805 P-44 

New Princeton review. 1886. v. i 805 P-66 

New York mirror. 1840. v. 18 805 P-B-6 

New York literary journal (see "Belles- 
lettres repository "). 
Nineteenth century. 1877-85. v. 1-18.. .805 P-28 
Norton's literary gazette. 1851-55. v. 1-5 

(imperfect) 805 P-B-2 

North Am. review. 1821-85. v. 10-142. .805 P-39 

Index. 1815-77 ; by Cushing 805 P-39}^ 



North British review. 1844-71. ▼. i- 
Notes and queries. 1850-S5. ▼.1-72. 

Old and new. 1870-75. v. i-i i 

Once a week. 1859-1867. ▼.1-17... 
Our leisure moments (BufiUo). 1870. 1 
Our record (Buf&lo). 1869-85. 15 v.. 
Our young folks. 1865-73. ▼. 1-9 — 

Same. v. 7, 8, 9 

Overland monthly. 1870-75. v. 1-15 

Same. Second series. 1883-85. v. i- 
Pennsylvania magazine of history, i' 

-1885. 9v 

Penny magazine. 1832-45. v. 1-14... 
Pictorial calendar ; ed, by Howitt. 185 
Plain truth (Canandaigua). 1822-24. v. i 
Political science quarterly. 1886. v. i 
Portfolio (Dennie's). ist series, v. 1-5 

Same. 1809-22. 2d, 3d and 4th ser. 2; 

Potter's Am. monthly. 1875-82. v. 4-: 
(Continuing " American Historical Reco 

Preachers' lantern. 1871. 2 v 

Princeton review. 1879-84. 12 v.- . . . 
Publishers' weekly. 1872-85. v. 3-27. 

Punch. 1841-65, 1871-85. 50 v 1 

Putnam's monthly mag. 1853-56. v. i- 

Same. New series. 1868-70. 5 v. 
Quarterly review. 1810-85. v. i-i6o. 

Index. 1810-1880. 7 V 

Queries (Bufiialo). 1885. i v 

Radical review. 1877-1878. v. r 

Retrospective review. 1820-18 54. 18 ' 
Revue des deux mondes. 1879-85. v.31-' 

Table g^n6rale. 1874-1886 

Riverside magazine. 1868-70. 4 v. . . 
Rose-Belford's Canadian monthly, v. 1 
Saint Nicholas. 1873-1885. v. 1-12. 

Same (incomplete) , 

Saint Paul. 1 868-1871. v. 1-7 

Scribner's monthly. 1870-1885. v. i-: 

Same (incomplete) , 

General Index. 1870-188 1. v. 1-22 
Continued in " The Century.** 

Spirit of the Pilgrims. 1828-33. ▼• i- 
Sunday magazine. 1 865-1 870. 6 v.... 
Tait's Edinburgh rev. 1832-55. 24 v. 

To-day. 1852. v. 1-2 

Token, The ; ed. by Goodrich. 1839 . . 
Ueber land und meer. 1 881-1884. 4v 
Virginia hist, register. 1848-53. 6 v. in 
Western literary messenger (Buffalo). 184 

1856. 12 V. (incomplete) 

Westminster review. 1824-1885. 113 
Wintergreen, The ; ed. by Keese. 1844 
Worcester magazine. 1826. v. 1-2.., 



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PERIODICALS, 



147 



\FER PRESS: HISTORY. ETC. 

ro.*s Am. newspaper catalog. ... 51 B-2 
newspapers. Note on. (B. P. L. 

▼4) 17B-14 

newspapers of the iSth century ; 

f. (B. P. L. Bui.' V. 4) 17 14 

pliy of newspaper hist. (B. P. L. 

▼.2) 17 B-14 

. Press of Western N. Y. 1847. 98.801 

The newspaper press. 1871. 3 v. 52 i 
{land newspapers ; hist, of (Mass. 

soc. V. 5-6) 972 5 

. Jonmalism in the U. S. 1^3. 51 i 

r. Irish periodical literature. 2 v. 52 4 

s newspaper directory. 1883. ... 52 B-i 

rk tribune ; hist. of. 1883 51 Pam. i 

r. English journalism. 1882 ... 52 11 

(Ts newspaper directory. 1878... 51 6 

jihia public ledger building. 1868. 51 4 

. Newspaper advertising. 1876. 518 
k Co.'s Am. newspaper directory. 

), 1879, 1880, 1882. 4 V 512 

t Co.'s centennial newspaper exhi- 

». 1876 51 7 

KY. Early hist, press of Erie Co., 

f. 1S63 98.8 01 

L Hist, of advertising. 1874... 50 i 

tros.' German newspaper directory. 51 9 

. Hist, of advertisements 304 7 

NEWSPAPERS. 

Local. 

ck beacon. Mar. 1823-Aug. 1824 
ad with Deti-oit gazette.) 
Mnmercial advertiser. 1835-1886 
erf 1842/45, '46, •49, want*g). 85 V. 
hristian advocate. 18 50-1 884 (6 

wanting^. 29 v 

lily courier. Nov. 1842-1886 (last 
if 1845, 1846, 1872, want'g). 88 v. 
ily courier and pilot. Sept. 1846- 

1847. IV 

tnocracy. Majr-Aug. 1855. i v. 
ally dispatch. July 1877-May, 

2 V 

11 J gazette. Mar. 1843-Feb. 1845 
I, May, June, 1844, want'g). 3 v. 
ily republican. May-July, 1839. 

May 18, 1841 98.8 Pam. i 

ily republic. Feb. 1839-July, 
;— Mar., 1842-Oct., 1847, and 

1854 wanU'ng). 34 v 

r ctmes. Aug-Dec. 1857. i v. 



i Buffalo daily times. Mar.-May, i88i,Dec., 

1883-Oct., 1884. 2V 

Buffalo daily star. Nov., 1834-Dec., 1838. 

14 V 

Buffalo emporium. Sept., 1824-Dec., 1827. 

2 V 

Buffalo evening courier. June, 1861-June, 

1863. 4 V 

Buffalo evening news. Oct., 1880- April, 

i88r. I V 

Buffalo evening post. Jan., 1859-June, 

1877 (July, 1863, wanting>. 37 v 

Buffalo express. 1 846-1 886 (kst half of 

1847 wanting). 93 v 

Buffalo gazette. Oct., 18 11- Apr., 18 18. 3 v. 

Buffalo greenback standard. Oct. 19, 1878 .98.2 Pam. 2 

Buffalo journal and advertiser. Aug., 1 83 1- 

March, 1833. 1 v 

Buffalonian. April, 1838-June, 1839. 2 v. 
Buffalo national pilot. Feb., 1845-July, 

1846. 5 V 

Buffalo patriot. June, 1822-Dec., 1833 

(Dec, 1824-June, 1827, want'g). 3 v. 
Buffalo republican. 1 828-1830. i v. . . . 
Buffalo Sunday times. Dec., 1883-March, 

1884. IV 

Buffalo telegraph. Oct., 1880-June, 1881. 

IV 

Buffalo weekly republican. Jan., 1854- 

Aug. 1859. 4 V 

Buffalo western star. July-Oct., 1834. i v. 
Niagara patriot. April, 1818-July, 1822. 

3v 

Other Newspapers. 

Albany argus. 1832-1884 (part of 1834, 
1837, 1838, wanting). 82 .v 

Albany express. 1882-1886. 9 V 

Albany journal. 1847-1884 (ist part of 
1873 wanting). 73 V 

Catskill recorder. Mar. 1817-April, 1818. 
IV 

Dartmouth gazette. March 24, 1800. . . .51 Pam. 4 

Detroit gazette. July, 1828- July, 1829. . . 
(Bound with Black Rock Beacon). 

Farmers and mechanics' jour., Alexander, 

Genesee Co., N. Y., Jan. 6, 1838. . . .90.5 Pam. 9 

Greenfield gazette. Sept. 4, 1809 51 Pam. 7 

Hamilton (Ont.) spectator. June, 1866 . . 976 T-l 
Jeffersonian weekly ; Greeley, ed. v. i . . . 5 1 P-B-2 
Log cabin (N. Y. and Albany). May-Nov., 

1840. IV 

London (Ont.) free press. June 1-30, 1866.976 T-i 
Mackenzie's gazette. June 9, 1838. . .90.5 Pam. 10 



148 



PERIODICALS. 



Massachusetts mercury. April 24, 179S.51 Pam. 31 

National era. 1851-53. i v 

New York Christian advocate and journal. 

Sept., 1826-Sept.. 1829. IV 

New York courier. Jan. -Aug.. 1832. i v. 

New York herald. 1878-86. 29 v 

New York morning post. Nov. 7, 1783 .51 Pam. 2 
New York observer. Jan., 1832-Dec., 

1839. IV 

New York spectator. Oct., 1823-May, 1827 

(Jan., 1824-Jan., 1826, wanting). 2 v. 
New York times. Mar. 1 862-1 872 (last 

half of 1870 wanting). 42 v 

Same. 1865. Index to I51 5 

New York tribune. Mar., 1862-Dec., 1872 

(part of 1871 wanting). 42 v 

Niles' weekly register. 1811-1849. 75 v. 51 P.B-14 

Ontario gazette. Sept. 14, 1801 51 Pam. 6 

Port Ontario aurora. Dec. 30, 1837. . .90.5 Pam. 7 
Rochester Monroe democrat. Dec. 19, 

1837 90.5 Pam. 6 

Toronto globe. June-Feb., 1867. 2 v. . . 976 T-i 

Toronto patriot. Jan. 19, 1838 90.5 Pam. 8 

Ubter county gazette. Jan., 1800 51 Pam. 5 

United States gazette. April, 1790-Sept., 

1793. 3 V 

Upper Canadian gazette extraordinary. 

Nov. 16-24, 1838 976 Pam. i 

Washington national intelligencer. Jan., 

1847-June, 1869 (last half 1847 want- 
ing). 43 V 

Washington union. Jan., 1847-Apr., 1859 

(last half of 1847 wanting). 24 v 

Current Files. 

(The subjoined is a list of newspapers and other periodicals 
to be found currently on file in the reading room, but not 
bound for preservation and therefore not included in the 
preceding lists.) 

Alta Califomian. 

Boston commercial bulletin. 

Boston journal of education. 

Bradford era. 

Bulletin of American iron and steel association. 

t For reference. 



Chicago tribune. 

Christian register. 

Cincinnati commerciaL 

Civil service record. 

Cleveland leader and herald. 

Country gentleman. 

Detroit free press. 

Erie county independent. 

Forest and stream. 

Franklinville weekly argus. 

Gardening for town and country. 

Green Bay state gazette. 

Hamburg journal. 

London times, weekly. 

Louisville courier-journal. 

Milwaukee sentinel. 

Montreal herald. 

National republican. 

New York evening post. 

New Orleans picayune. 

New York sun. 

New York times. 

New York tribune. 

New York world. 

Paris morning news. 

Philadelphia times. 

Pittsburgh commercial gazette. 

Popular gardening. 

Rochester democrat and chronicle. 

St. Louis globe democrat. 

St. Paul pioneer press. 

Saturday review. 

Spectator. 

Spirit of the times. 

Springfield republican. 

Syracuse journal. 

Theatre, The. 

Titusville herald. 

Toledo blade. 

Toronto globe. 

Troy times. 

United States official postal guide. 

Utica observer. 



LANGUAGE AJiD LITERATURE 



149 



lANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



BNERAL AND COMPARATIVE. 



PHILOLOGY. 

Anguisiic essays. 1882 404 26 

>logical assoc. ; proceedings. 1883- 

406 Pam. 1 

alogical assoc.; transactions. 1869- 

\. 15 V 4061 

.IDES, ^d. Our Lord's prayer in 

languages 4^8 i 

1. Teaching deaf and dumb speech, 

371 B-i 

ER. Travellers' manual. 1873... 4^3 1 
Comparative grammar. 1862. 3 v. 415 1-3 
CK. Study of language. 1882... 410 ^3 

r. Modern philology. 1859 4^9 i 

■^ Chapters on language. 1865 . . 400 5 

ties of speech. 1869 410 10 

lage and languages. 1878 400 12 

1 of language, i860 400 4 

t. Philological and critical essays. 404 3 

. Hermes. 1794 4156 

iCQUE. Science of language. 1877. 401 5 
, Philological proofs of unity. 1846. 410 3 
N. Meaning of words. 1854 .... 401 i 
of philology. 1854-59 2ind 1868- 

I. 7 V 405 P-i 

iCH. Origin of language. 2 v. 1871. 400 1-2 

Philological essays. 1868 404 2 

LE. Origin of western nations and 

gnages. 1883 ; 402 2 

€. Comparative philology. 1862. 4106 

mla. i860 404 6 

i. Standaid alphabet. 1863 411 3 

• Study of languages. 1869 • • * • 4^7 ' 

. Origin of letters. 1763 411 i 

Organs of speech. 1884 414 i 

»DO. Origin and progress of lan- 

ge. 1774. 6v 4006-11 

. Chips from a German workshop. 

^1881. 5 v 404 7 

ages of the seat of war (Crimean). 410 4 

je of language. 1862 410 7 

9d series. 1865 4108 

edonys. iSSi. a v. 40424-25 



Murray. Hist., European languages. 2 v. 410 1-2 

Peile. Philology. 1877 4021 

Pezzi. Aryan philology. 1879 4^^ i* 

Philological museum. 1 832-1 833. 2 v. . . 405 1-2 
PoRSON. Tracts, etc.; td. by Kidd. 1815. 404 i 
Sayce. Science of language. 1880. 2 v. 401 3-4 
Stoddart. Philosophy of language. 1849. 4^5 4 
Taylor. The alphabet. 1883. 2v 411 5-6 

Greeks and Goths 411 4 

TooKE. Diversions of Purley. i860 410 5 

TrUbner. Catalog. , diet's and grammars. 16 41 
Wedgwood. Origin of language. 1866. 400 3 
Whitney. Language. 1870 410 9 

Life and growth of language. 1875. . . . 401 2 
Williams. Roman alphabet for languages 

of India. 1859 411 2 

RHETORIC— STYLE.— COMPOSITION. 

Abbott afid Seeley. English lessons 815 13 

Adams. Lect's, rhetoric and oratory. 2 v. 815 I 

Albee! Literary art. 1881 801 6 

Aristotle. Treatise on rhetoric 185 2 

Blair. Lectures on rhetoric 815 63 

Same. 1815 815 63j^ 

BoiLEAU. Traite du sublime 840 234 

Channing. Lect's, Harvard College. 1856. 815 3 

Cicero. On rhetorical invention 875 7 

CopPEE. Elements of rhetoric, i860 8157 

Cousin. Philosophy of the beautiful. 1849. 701 7 
Cox. Arts of writing, etc., 1869 815 9 

Same. 1873 815 10 

Day. Science of aesthetics. 1872 701 21 

De Mille. Elements of rhetoric. 1878. 815 65 

Eastman, Composition. 1880 98.3 Pam. 6 

Fletcher. Development of Eng. prose 

style. 1881 820.2 Pam. i 

Haven. Rhetoric. 1870 815 11 

Hill. Principles of rhetoric. 1878 815 66 

Jennings. Curiosities of criticism. 1881. 814 i 
Kames, Lord. Elements of criticism. 2 v. 801 I 
Longinus. On the sublime. 1867 815 71 

Traite du sublime ; tr. par Boileau 840 234 

Lord. Figurative language. 1855 815 $ 

Marmontel. El^mens de literature. 6 v. 840 307 



150 



RHETORIC. PROSODY. — DRAMATIC ARTS. 



Mathews. Words, their use and abuse.. 422 18 
MoNKHOUSK. The pr6cis book ; lessons 

in accuracy of statement. 1878 815 37 

NiCHOL. English composition. 1880. ... 815 82 

Parkeb. Aids to Eng. composition. 1870. 815 12 

Phelps. English style in public discourse. 815 95 

PosNETT. Comparative literature. 1886. 801 7 

Priestley. Lect's on language, etc 230 177 

QUACKENBOS. Composition and rhetoric. 815 6 

Reade. How to write English 815 96 

RoLLiN. Method of teaching and studying 

the belles-lettres. 1804. 3v 810 i 

Spencer. Philosophy of style. 1882.... 81583 

TOWNSEND. Art of speech. 1881. 2v. 815 74 

Veron. /Esthetics. 1879 701 22 

Whateley. Elements of rhetoric. 1853. 815 4 

ART OF POETRY. 

Aristotle. The poetic 185 2 

Bayley. Musick, poetry and oratory... 811 2 

BoiLEAU. L'art poetique 840 233 

Chapman. Melody and rhythmus of lan- 
guage. 1818 815 14 

Dallas. The gay science. 1866. 2 v.. 801 3 

Doyle. Lectures, Oxford. 1868 811 17 

Dryden. The art of poetry 821.2 164 

Guest. Hist. Eng. rhythms. 1838. 2 v.. 426 1-2 
Harris (Malmesbury). Concerning music, 

poetry, etc. 1803 704 '9 

Hayley. Essay on epic poetry (in verse). 8s 1. 2 193 
Hood and Matthews. The rules of 

rhyme. 1882 811 63 

Horace. Art of poetry ; tr. by Conington. 874 24 

Same ; tr. by Smart 874 i 

Hunt. Imagination and fancy. 1875... 811 68 
HuRD. On poetical imitation. 1757. .. 8744 
Lanier. Science of English verse. 1880. 426 3 
Puttenham. Arte of English poesie . . . 820.2 32 

Shelley. Defense of poetry 820.2 192 

Sidney. Apologie for poetrie. 1868 . . . 820.2 27 

Defense of poesy. 1831 811 i 

Webbe. Discourse of English poetrie 820.2 37 

ART OF DRAMATIC COMPOSITION. 

Bossuet. Sur la com6die 840 B-3 

CooKR. Elements of dramatic criticism. . 792 5 

Corneille. Sur l'art dramatique 842 6 

Donne. Essays on the drama. 1858 8127 

Fitzgerald. Principles of comedy. 1870. 812 5 

Girardin. Lect's on dramatic literature. 812 i 

HuRD. Provinces of the drama. 1757.. 8743 

Jones. Lect's on dramatic poets, etc. 2 v. 8123 

Schlegel. Lect's on dramatic art, etc. 812 2 



THE STAGE. 

Bedford. Serious remonstrance. 1719 . i 

Gosson. School of abuse ] 

Heywood. Apology for actors 1 

HOLLINGSHEAD. Plain English. 1880.. 7^ 
Johnson. Plain talk about theatre. . . .192 Pk 

Leeds. The theatre. 1884 13 

Lodge. Defense of poetry, etc 2 

McDermot. Philosophical inquiry. 1824. \ 

Murdoch. The stage. 1880 75 

Riccoboni. Theatres in Europe. 1741.. 7f 

Wilkes. General view of stage. 1759.. \ 

English Stage. 

BUNN. The stage. 1840. 3 v 7^ 

Cooke. Book of the play. 188 1 7^ 

Covent garden journal. 18 10 7^ 

DiBDiN. Hist, of Eng. stage. 1800. 5 v. 7^ 
DORAN. English stage, Betterton to Kean. 

1865. 2v 71 

Fitzgerald. New hist. Eng. stage. 2 v. 71 

Romance of English stage. 1S75 71 

Geneste. Some account of English stage. 

1660-1830. 10 V 32S 

Gilliland. Dramatic mirror ; history. 

1660-1808. 2v : 

Dramatic synopsis 

Hazlitt. View of English stage. 1S18. 7< 
Henslowe. Diary (Shakespeare's time). . 91 
Lennox. Plays, players, etc. 1881. 2 v. 7 
Maynard. Enterprising impresario. 1867. ^ 
MORLEY. Journal of a London playgoer. 

185 1-1866 7 

OuLTON. Theatres of London. 1795- 

1817. 3 V 

Pascoe. Dramatic list 937: 

Stirling. Old Drury lane. 1881. 2 v.. 7 
Victor, eJ. Theatres of London and Dub- 
lin. 1730-1761. 2V 

Theatres of London. 1760-17 71 

American Stage. 

Brown. History of American stage . . . . 9SI 

Clapp. Boston stage. 1853 7 

Dunlap. Hist, of Am. theatre. 1832! . . ^ 

Northall. Before and behind the curtain. ; 

Phelps. Players of a century. 1S80.... ^ 

Stone. Recollections of the drama. 1873. ' 

Wemyss. Chronology of Am. stage. 1852. ' 

French Stage. 

Cochrane. Th^tre Francais, reign Louis 

XV • 

Hawkins. French stage. 1884. 2v... ; 



ELOCUTION. ACTING. — FOLK LITERATURE. 



151 



Theatres of Paris. 1846 792 B-2 

'*, Theatres of Paris. 1880. . 792 39 

L'envers da theatre. 1875 . . . 792 36 

3ictionnaire du th^tre. 1885. 792 B-3 

UTION. — ORATORY.— ACTING. 

Essentials of elocution. 1886... 815 100 

Manual of gesture. 1875 815 27 

inciples of elocution. 1878.... 815 69 

Elocution. 1845 815 17 

Oa oratory and orators 875 3 

. Actor and his art. 188 1 .... 792 42 

. Elocution ; 815 61 

WE.. Art of oratory ; system of 

tc 1882 815 92 

815 97 

(Sec " Delaumosne " and " Stcb- 

Paradox of acting ; translated 

ock. 1883 792 51 

^ssay on elocution. 1848 815 19 

xmtion simplified. 1877 815 62 

ctor's art. 1882 792 B-i 

Reasonable elocution. 1875.. 81526 

icicnce of elocution. 1876 81525 

cience of voice protluction, etc. 612 45 

akeup." 1877 792.1 30 

alculture. 1857 81520 

Reading as a fine art. 1879. . 815 70 

tors and art of acting. 1875. 792 26 

Elocution • 815 22 

Oratory and orators. 1879. • 815 67 

815 68 

Grammar of elocution. 1882. 815 84 

Oratory. 1873 81523 

ving's college lectures on elo- 

I38i 815 54 

Institutes of oratory. 2 v. 875 2 

Orator's manual. 1879 81573 

sophy of the voice. 1833... 815 15 

ihopony. 18^7 815 21 

t>icc. 1883 815 91 

rt of reading. 1798 815 16 

t For 



SiDDONS. Rhetorical gesture, etc. 1822. 792 48 
Stebbins. Delsarte system of dramatic 

expression. 1886 815 98 

Tacitus. Dialogue on orators 937 165 

Talma. On the actor's art 792 Pam. 2 

Vandbnhoff. Art of reading aloud. 1878. 815 64 
Plain system of elocution. 1845 815 r8 



FOLK-LITERATURE. 

COMPARATIVE MYTHOLOGY. 

Brown. Great Dyonisiak myth. 1878. 2 v. 

The unicorn. 1881 

Bryant. Ancient mythology. 1807. 6 v. 
BUNCE. Fairy tales; origin, etc. 1878.. 

Ci.ODD. Myths and dreams. 1885 

Cook. Origins of religion and language. . 
Cox. Int. to comparative mythology. 1881. 

Mythology of Aryan nations. 1870. 2 v. 

Fairholt. Gog and Magog. 1859 

FiSKE. Myths and myth-makers. 1873.. 
GuBERNATis. Zoological mythology. 2 v. 

Harley. Moonlore. 1885 

Heathen mythology 

Keightley. Fairy mythology, i860.... 

Lang. Custom and myth. 1884 

Mackey. Mythological astronomy. 1824. 
Michelet. Bible of humanity. 1877... 
Tressan. Mythology compared with hist. 

COLLECTIONS. 



291 48 
291 50 
291 12 

291 43 
291 53 

2og 21 

291 46 

291 9 

293 20 

291 32 

291 22 

291 54 

291 18 

291 34 
291 52 

291 21 

291 8 

292 7 



BURKHARDT. Fairy tales and legends of 

many nations. 1874 291 4 

Murray. Manual of mythology. 1877.. ^291 38 

Same ^291 38^ 

Pabke and Deane, trans. Wonder-world 

stories. 1S77 •. 291 29. 

Swainson, ^d. Hand-book of weather 

folk-lore, etc. 1873 291 37 

White. Students' mythology. 1879.... 29144 
(The mythology and folk-literature of the various 
countries and peoples will be found as shown by the 
index.) 

reference. 



152 



ORIENTAL LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE. 



ORIENTAL LANGUAGES AND ] 

ERATURE. 



Alger. Poetry of the orient. 1865 895 4 

Asiatic researches. 12 v 950 2 

Cory. Ancient fragments, Phcenecian, 

Chaldean, Egyptian, etc. 1832 890 i 

Same. 1876 8902 

Fabbr. Mysteries of the Cabiri. 1803. 2 v. 291 35 
Hbarn. Stray leaves from strange litera- 
ture. 1884 8904 

Mills, ed. Pebbles, pearls, etc., of the 

orient. 1882 81938 

Nichols. Tables of ancient literature 

and history 902 B-i 

Palmer. Simplified grammar, Hindustani, 

Persian, Arabic. 18S2 494 2 

Phenix, The ; a col. of fragments. 1835 . . 890 3 
QuACKENBOS. History ancient literature. 880 16 
Ren AN. Historic des Ungues semitiques. . 493 10 
Rule. Oriental records, monumental. 1877. 893 15 
Sacred books of the East ; ed, by F. Max 

Mttller. 1879-1886. 27 V 290 10 

V. I. Upanishads, part i ; tr. by MUller. 
V. 3. Sacred laws of Aryas, pt. i ; tr. by BUehlcr. 
V. 3. Sacred books of China, pt. i ; tr. by Legge. 
V. 4. Zend-Avesta, pt. i; tr. by Darmesteter. 
V. 5. Pahlavi texts, pt. i ; tr. by West. 
V. 6. The Qur^an, pt. i ; tr. by Palmer. 
V. 7. Institutes of Vishnu ; tr. by Jolly. 
V. 8. Bhagavadgita ; tr. by Telang. 
V. 9. The Qur'an, pt. 2 ; tr. by Palmer. 
V. 10. Dhammapadi ; tr. by MUller.— The Sutta-Ni- 
pata ; tr. by FausbdU. 
V. IX. Buddhist Suttas; tr. by Davids. 
V. 13. Satapatha-Brahmana, pt. i ; tr. by Eggeling. 
V. 13. Vinaya texts, pt. i ; tr. by Oldenberg. 
V. 14. Sacred laws of Aryas, pt. 3 ; tr. by BUchler. 
V. 15. Upanishads, pt. 3 ; tr. by MUller. 
V. 16. Sacred books of China, pt. 2; tr. by Legge. 
V. 17. Vinaya texts, pt. 2 ; ir. by Davids, ei al. 
V. 18. Pahlavi texts, pt. 3; tr. by West. 
V. 19. Life of Buddha, by Asvaghosha Bodhisattva ; 
tr. by Beal. 
V. ao. Vinaya texts, pt. 3 ; tr. by Davids, // al, 
V. 31. Saddharma-Pundarika; tr. by Kern. 
V. 33. Gaina Sutras, pt. i ; tr. by Jacobi. 
V. 23. Zend-Avesta, pt. 3 ; tr. by Darmesteter. 
V. 34. Pahlavi texts, pt. 3 ; tr. by West. 
V. 36. Satapatha-Br&hmana ; tr. by Eggeling ; pt. 3. 
V. 37-28. Sacred books of China : Texts of Confu- 
cianism ; tr. by Legge ; pts. 3-4. 

Whitney. Oriental studies. 1S73-74. 2 v. 404 4 



ANCIENT EGYPT, CHAI 

ASSYRIA. 

Birch, ed. Archaic classics : Eg3rptia 

texU. 1877 

BoscAWEN, ed, Assyrian texts i 

Evans. Assyriology. 1883 

FoRSTU. Monuments of Assyria, etc. 1851 
Hamilton. Ishtar and Izdubar. 18S4. v. 
Maspero, trans. Contes populaires c 

I'Egypte. 1882 .^ 

Prichard. Analysis of Egyptian mytho 

ogy. 1838 

Records of the past. Assyrian and Egyj 

tian, trans. 1873-81 . 12 v 

Rosetta stone. Fac-simile 

Sayce. Babylonian literature. 187S... 

Loci's upon Assyrian language. 1877. 

Schrader. Cuneiform inscriptions an 

the Old Testament. 1885 

Sharpe, ed. Decree of Canopus. 187c 

Egyptian hieroglyphics. 1861 

The Rosetta stone. 1871 

Spineto. Elements of hieroglyphics. 184 
Smith, G., tr. Chaldean account of Gei 

esis. 1876 

Same ; ed. by Sayce. 1881 . 

Hist, of Sennacherib ; ed. by Sayce. iS; 



SYRIA AND PALEST] 

Dwyer. Poetry of the Hebrews 

Ephraem Syrus. Metrical hymns, etc . 
FuERST. Hebrew-Chaldee lexicon, 01 

Testament. 1871 

Gesenius. Hebrew-Eng. lexicon, O. Tes 
Goldziher. Mythology among the Hi 

brews. 1877 

Irish. Hebrew charts. 1872 

King. Moab's patriarchal stone. 1S78. 
Sekles. Poetry of the Talmud. 1880.. 
Sharpe, ^•^. Hebrew inscriptions. 1S75 
Stuart. Grammar of Hebrew. 1831.. 
Warschawski. Progressive Heb. cours 

(Jewish Biblical literature will appear in 
finding list, under Religion.) 



X For reference. 



ORIENTAL LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE. 



153 



ABIAN LITERATURE. 

bj Hamilton. 1819. 4 v 893 46 

lights' entertainments ; tr. by 

ar 893 17 

893 18 

893 19 

r. by Lane. 1877. 3 v 893 26 

r. by Payne. 1882. 9 v. (2 St.). 89335 

i. by Scott. 1883. 4 V 893 31 

I Sultans ; ^^. by Hanlcy. 1869. 893 20 
trans. Specimens of Arabian 

1810 893 25 

trans. Arabian poetry for 

I readers. 188 1 89330 

f. Journey into North Africa. 894 4 
keys^etc; e^. by Pardoe. 1869. 893 21 
893 22 

893 22>^ 

s. The moallakat 404 20 

: ; tr. by Sale. 1850 297 13 

)sition; by Muir 297 27 

ns. Ancient Arabian poetry . . 893 51 

i genii ; tr. by Morell. 1781. 2 v. 895 5 



I Saadi. Garden of fragrance ; tr. by Davie. 895 9 
Gulistan ; or rose garden ; tr. by Gladwin. 895 2 

Same ; tr. by Eastwick. 1880 895 8 

Specimens of popular poetry of Persia ; 

tr. by Chodzko. 1842 895 B-J 



;iAN LANGUAGE AND 
LITERATURE. 

. by Spiegel and Bleeck. 1864. 2951 
Nama ; tr. by Ouseley. 1883. . . 895 10 

The; tr. from the Persian by 

et al. 1843. 3 V 290 B-4 

,See Jami.) 

Epic of Kings ; tr. by Zimmern. 895 R-i 
es from the Shah Nameh ; tr. by 

»n- 1815 89513 

m and Zoohrab ; tr. by Anderson. 

895 Pam. I 

.b ; from the Shah Nameh ; tr. by 

inson. 1814 89514 

Persian lyrics. 1800 895 B-3 

a song ; tr. by Jones 404 20 

>m poems ; tr. by Bicknell. 1875. ^95 ^2 
Language, writings, etc., of Par- 

. 1878 295 2 

I VAis Kasuify. Persian fables. . 895 B-4 
laharistan, book VI: Persian wit. 895 11 
and Zulaikha ; tr. by Griffith. 1882. 895 7 
; tr. by Redhousc. 1881 297 29 

Tales and fables ; tr. by Jones. . 404 14 
iHAYVAM. The quatrains ; tr. by 

afield. 1882 8953 

Fit ; tr. by Fitzgerald. 1881 895 i 

. Notices of Persian poets 928.5 18 

t¥or 



INDIAN LANGUAGES AND LIT- 
ERATURE. 

Manning. Ancient and mediaeval India. 934 6 

Muir. Metrical tr. from Sanskrit. 1879. ^94 '^ 

MUller. Hist, ancient Sanskrit literature. 294 39 

Sanskrit grammar. 1870 494 I 

Shakespear. Grammar of Hindustani. . 494 B-l 

Small. Hand-b'k of Sanskrit literature. . 894 7 

Stone. Cradle-land of arts, etc 954 60 

Weber. Hist. Indian literature. 1878... 894 1 1 

Wheeler. Hist, of India, v. 1-3 954 55 

Wilson. Essays on Sanskrit literature. 3 v. S94 i 



MYTHOLOGY AND SACRED BOOKS. 

Bhagavad-gita ; tr. by Thomson. 1855... 294 34 

Same ; tr. by Davies. 1882 294 58 

Same ; tr. by Wilkins. 1871 29429 

Same ; song celestial ; tr. by E. Arnold.. 294 73 

BiGANDET. Legend of Gaudama. 2 v. . . 294 40 

Buddhagosha's parables ; tr. by Rogers. . . 294 6 

Buddhist ritual ; from the Pali 894 4 

Dhammapada, The ; tr. by Miiller. 1872. 291 i 
Northern version : Udanavarga ; tr. by 

Rockhill. 1883 294 62 

DowsoN. Diet, of Hindu mythology. 1879. ^294 i 

Extracts from the Vedas ; tr. by Jones. . . . 404 23 

Hymns to Pracriti ; tr. by Jones 404 23 

Indian song of songs (Gita Govinda) ; tr. 

by E. Arnold. 1875 294 30 

Jataka tales ; Buddhist birth stories ; tr. by 

Davids. 1880. v. i 294 47 

Kennedy. Ancient and Hindu mythology. 291 B-2 
Ordinances of Menu ; tr. by Jones. 1869. 294 22 
Poor. Sanskrit, etc. ; comparative mythol- 
ogy. 1880 291 45 

Rig-Veda-Sanhita ; tr. by Milljer. v. i. . . 294 2 

Same ; tr. by Wilson. 1866. 4 v 294 35 

Sacred and historical books of Ceylon ; tr. 

by Upham. 1823. 3v 29418 

Sama Veda Sanhita ; tr. by Stevenson. . . . 294 3 
Sutta Nipata ; dialogues, etc., of Buddha ; 

tr. by Swamy. 1874 294 31 

Vedantasara ; tr. by Jacob. 1881 . . . .^ . . . 294 52 

Vedas, translations from the ; by Roy. 1832. 294 4 

Vishnu Purana ; tr. by Wilson. 1840 294 B-l 

Wilkins. Hindu mythology. 1882 29457 

Williams. Indian wisdom. 1876 294 28 

reftreuce. 



154 



ORIENTAL LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE. 



FOLK-TALES, ETC. 

Day. Folk-tales of Bengal. 1883 294 63 

Frbrb. Old Deccan days. 1870 294 33 

GoVBR. Folk-songs of S. India. 1872.. . 294 B-3 

Stokes. Indian fairy tales. 1880 294 44 

Vikram and the Vampire ; adapted by Bur- 
ton. 1870 894 10 



PROFANE LITERATURE. 

BiDPAi. Fables of 

Kalila and Dimna ; tr. by Knatchbull . . 

Hitopadesa ; tr. by Jones 

Same ; tr. by Pincott. 1880 

Kaudasa. Birth of the war-god ; tr. by 

Griffith. 1853 

The Megha-duta (cloud messenger); tr. 

by Wilson. 1867 

Sacontala ; tr. by Jones 

Sakuntala ; ed. and tr. by Williams. 1876. 

Same. 1885 

Mahabharata, The ; Indian idylls from, by 

Arnold. 1883 

Story of Nala, from ; by Williams, i860. 
Last days of Krishna, from ; Persian 

version 

PiLPAY. (Sec Bidpai.) 

Repentance of Nussooh ; tr. by Kempson. 

Sakaa Thevan Saasteram ; extracts, from 

the Tamul 

Siege and reduction of Chaitur, by Akbar. 

Valmiki. Iliad of the East ; sel. from the 

Ramayana, by Richardson. 1870 . . . 

The Ramayan ; tr. by (iriffilh. 1870. 5 v. 

Vedala Cadai ; Tamul version of ancient 

tales 

Wilson, trans. Specimens of the theatre 
of the Hindus. 1871. 2v 



894 9 

893 I 

404 23 
894 B-i 

894 28 

894 B-4 
404 19 

894 14 

894 18 

894 t6 
894 15 

894 4 
894 17 

894 4 
894 4 

894 8 
894 23 

894 4 

894 5 



CHINESE LANGUAGE AND LIT- 

ERATURE. 

Catena of Buddhist scripture, from the 

Chinese, by Beal. 1871 294 5 

Chinese classics ; tr. by Lcgge. 1877. 3 v. 891 9 

Contents: Vol. i. Life and teachings of Confucius. 
— V. a. Life and works of Mencius.— v. 3. The She-king. 



Chuang Tsk. Divine classic of Nan-Hua ; 

a/, by Balfour. 1881 8 

Confucius. Life and teachings ; by Legge. 
Davis. Poetry of the Chinese. 1829. ... 89 

Dennys. Folk-lore of China. 1876 % 

Dhammapada. The ; texts from the Chinese, 

byBeal. 1878 > 

Douglas. Language and literature of 

China. 1875 * 

Edkins. China's place in philology. 1871. < 
Giles. Gems of Chinese literature. 1884. ft 
HiUEN TsiANG. Buddhist records of the 
Western world; tr. by Best. 1884. 2 v. • 

Jade chaplet ; tr. by Stent. 1S74 I 

Lacouperie. On a Lolo MS. 1882. . .491 F 

Lao-Tse. Speculations. 1868 

Martin. The Chinese, their letters, etc. . 9!! 
Mencius. Mind of; ed. and tr. by Faber. 8 
Neuman. Trans, from Chinese and Arme- 
nian. 1831 

Romantic legend of Buddha ; from the 

Chinese, by Beal. 1875 9 

Sacred edict ; tr. by Milne. 1817 

Strange stories from a Chinese studio ; tr. 

by Giles. i83o. 2v 

Summers. Rudiments of Chinese. 1864. 
Tai T'ung. Six scripts ; tr. by Hopkins. 
TcHENG-Ki-ToNG. Le theatre des Chi> 
1886 



C 



nois. 



E 



JAPANESE LANGUAGE A 
LITERATURE. 

Chamberlain. Classical poetry of Japan- 
ese. 1880 

Genji Monogatari; tr. by Kenchio. 1882. 

Griffis, /r^Mj. Japanese fairy world. 1880. 

Japanese lyrical odes ; tr. by Dick ins. 1866. 

MiTFORD. Tales of old Japan. 1871. 2 v. 

Shunsui. The loyal Renins ; tr. by Saito 
and Greey. 1880 



i 



OTHER ASIATIC COUNTRl 

Hodgson. Languages, literature, etc.. of 

Nepal and Tibet. 1874 » 

Ralston, ed. TibeUn tales. 18S2 

Sagas from the far East. 1873 



GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



155 



:k 



LANGUAGE AND LITERA- 
TURE. 



X Hellenicae. 1874 880 17 

i, ancient and modern. 2 v. 880 4 

.ge and literature of antient 

850. 3 V 880 20 



LANGUAGE. 

Grammatical system of Gre- 

lage. 1796 485 I 

Greek grammar. 1867 485 5 

<mology of Latin and Greek. 472 i 

;reek inflection. 1886 485 2 

ar of the Greek language. 2 v. 485 3 
Scott. Greek-Eng. lexicon. ^483 B-i 
Atax of Greek language. 1873. 485 6 
;reek-£ng. lexicon of N. Test. {483 i 
he language of Homer. 1880. 880 25 
rH,C. Greek primer. 1886. 4857 
g. -Greek lexicon. 1870 ^483 B-3 

MYTHOLOGY. 

[yth of Kirkd. 1883 292 x 8 

Age of fable. 1872 ^292 14 

^292 15 

. by Hale. 1882 '292 16 

Mythologie figur^e de la Gr^ce. 292 19 

K of ancient Greece. 1868 . . . '292 5 

. JuTentus mundi 938 26 

D Greek myths 938 27 

Myths of the Odyssey in art, 

3S2 292 12 

It Wonderfoook ♦oiooi 

»od tales *oioo2 

^ Mythology, Greece and Italy. 292 ij^ 

Heroes ; Greek fairy tales. . . '292 13 

Old tales retold. 1876 ^292 6 

Greek hero stories. 1879. • • • ^^92 10 

rhe queen of the air 292 9 

cek mythology systematized. . . 292 11 

kf ytbology in art 1877 292 2 

"., id. Myths and heroes. 1873. 292 3 
id. Diet. Greek and Roman 

^ and mythology. 3 v I920.6 9 

rths of Helki. 1883 *^9^ i7 

* For young 



LITERATURE. 

HISTORY AND CRITICISM. 

Abboit, ti/. Hellenica. 1880 880 23 

Anthon. Classical dictionary I938 64 

Manual of Greek literature. 1871 880 24 

Arnold. Poets of Greece. 1869 8815 

Browne. Hist. Greek literature. 1852.. 8806 

Browning, Afrs. Greek Christian poets. 826.2 40 

BuLWER (Lytton). Athens. 2v 93853 

Clinton. Fasti Hellenici. 3 v. ♦ ^938 B-2 

Darley. Grecian drama. 1840 882 i 

Donaldson. Theatre of the Greeks 882 21 

EscHENBURG. Manual of classical litera- 
ture. 1867 880 7 

Jebb. Greek literature. 1878 880 15 

Lawrence. Primer of Greek literature . . . 880 28 
LouAGE. Hist. Greek and Roman litera- 
ture. 1873 880 9 

Mahaffy. Hist. Greek literature. 2 v. . 88025 

Morris. Manual of classical literature. . 880 27 

MUller. Greek literature to Isocrates. . . 880 ^H 
MiiLLER and Donaldson. History Greek 

literature. 3 v , 880 i 

Packard. Studies in Greek thought. 1886. 88io 32 

QUACKENBOS. Hist. of ancient literature. 880 16 

Sears, ^'/ a/. Classical studies. 1843,... 880 10 

Symonds. Studies of Greek poets. 2 v. 881 7 

Same. 2v 8819 

Theatre of Greeks ; list of works relating 

to (B. P. L. Bui. V. 4) 17 B-14 

White. Classic literature. 1877 880 8 

Wilkinson. College Greek course in 

English. 1884 880 31 

Preparatory Greek course in Eng. 1883. 880 30 

COLLECTIONS. 

Jebb. Attic orators. 1876. 2 v 885 10 

BVRGES, trans. Greek anthology. 1852. 884 i 

Church. Heroes and kings. 1883 883 50 

Stories from Greek tragedians. 1880,.. 88223 
Elton, trans. Specimens of classic poets. 

1814. 3 V 881 I 

Hanson. Old Greek stories. 1883 883 51 

Jennings and Johnstone, tds. Half-hours 

with Greek and Latin authors. 1882. 880 29 

X For rtfiurcnoo. 



166 



GREEK LITERATURE. 



Heaves, trans. Greek anthology. 1874. 884 12 

Oratores Attici ; ed. by G. S. Dobson. 16 v. 885 16 
CfiHitnlt: V. X. Antiphon ct Andocidet. 

V. a. Lytiai. 

V. 3. Isocrates. 

V. 4. Isaeus, Dinarchus, Lycurgus, etc. 

V. 5-X1. Demosthenes. 

V. Z3. Aeschines. 

V. 13. Interpretatio Latini : Antiphon, Andocides, et 
Lyftias. 

V. 14. Same : Isocrates, Isxus, etc. 

V. 15-Z6. Same : Demosthenes et Aeschines. 

Paley, trans. Greek wit. 1S81 S87 4 

Petbr, ^</. Specimens of poetry. 1847.. 8S1 4 
Ramage. fd. Beautiful thoughts from Greek 

authors. 1864 JSSo 1 1 

INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS. 

Achilles Tatiu.s. Clitopho and Leu- 
• cippe ; ir. by R. Smith. 1855 (2 st.).. 8871 

Aeschines. Op^ra, Gr. ; Dobson 885 27 

Opera, interp. Lat. ; Dobson 885 31 

Aeschylus. Agamemnon ; tr. by Carnar- 
von. 1879 882 22 

Agamemnon ; tr. by Browning 821.2 765 

For Eng. readers; by Copleston. 1879. S82 18 
House of Atreus ; tr. by Morshead. 18S1. 882 29 
Conttnts : Agamemnon.— Libation-bearers. — Furies. 

Lyrical dramas ; tr. by Blackie. 2 v... 882 24 
Contents: Vol. x. Genius and character of Greek 
tragedy. — Life of Aeschylus. — Agamemnon. — Choe- 
phorae. — The Eumenides. 

Vol. a. Prometheus bound. — The suppliants. — The 
seven against Thebes. — The Persians. 
New readings in Hermann's posthumous 

edition; tr. by Burges. 1853 8S2 9 

Tragedies ; tr. by Buckley. 1S63 882 7 

Same. 1863 882 8 

Contents: Prometheus. — The seven against Thebes. 
— The Persians. — Agamemnon. — The Choephorae. — 
The furies. — The suppliants. 

Tragedies ; ed. by Paley. 1879 882 33 

Tragedies ; tr. by Potter. 1809 882 5 

Contents: Prometheus chained. — Suppliants. — Seven 

chiefs against Thebes. — Agamemnon. — The Choephorae. 

Furies. — Persians. 

i£soP. Fables; child's version; by Stickney. *8i9 34 

Three hundred fables ; tr. by Townsend. *8S3 10 

Anacreon. Odes; tr. by Moore. 1820. 2 v. 884 17 

Works ; tr. by Fawkes. 1S22 S84 2 

Andocides. Opera, Gr. ; Dobson 885 16 

Opera, interp. Lat.; Dob.son 885 28 

Antiphon. Opera, Gr. ; Dobson 885 16 

Opera, interp. Lat. ; Dobson 885 28 

Apollonius Rhodius. Argonaut ics ; tr. 

by Preston. 1822 883 33 

ARlSTiENETUS. Love epistles; tr. by Kelly. 

1854. (2 St.) 874 12 

% For refiu«nce. 



Aristophanes. The Acharnians; tr. I 

Billson. 1 882 

Clouds ; ed. by Humphreys. 1885 

Comedies ; tr. by Hickie. 1869. 2 v. 
Contents: Vol. x. Acharnians. — Knights 
Wasps. — Peace. — Birds. 

Vol. a. Lysistrata. —The Thetnophoriaxi 
— Ecclesiazusae. — Plutus. 
For Eng. readers ; by Collins. 1S75. . . 

Translations from ; by Frere. 1S74. . . 
Contents : The Acharnians. — The kni 
birds. — The frogs. — The peace. 

Aristotle. Ethics, Gr. text ; ed. by Gra 
1874. 2V 

For Eng. readers; by Grant. 1877 .. 

Metaphysics; tr. by McMahon. 1857. 

Nicomachean ethics ; tr. by Chase. 187; 

Opera ; ex. rec. Bekker. 1837. ir v. 

Organon ; tr, by Owen. 1853. 2 v. . . 

Politics ; tr. by Jowett. 1885. 2 v. . . 

Politics ; tr. by Walford. 1866 

Rhetoric and poetic; tr. by Buckley.. 
Athenaeus. The Deipnosophists ; tr. I 

Yonge. 1854. 3 V. (i st.) 

Brntley. On Epistles of Phalaris. 2 > 
BiON. Idyllia, etc. ; tr. by Polwhele. 182 

Idyls ; tr. by Banks and Chapman. 186 

Works ; tr. by Lang. 1880 

Callimachus. Works. ; tr. by Banks, 

al. 1856... 

Dkmades. Opera, Gr. ; Dobson 

Opera, interp. Lat. ; Dobson 

Demosthenes. For Kng. readers ; I 
Brodribb. 1877 

Olynthiac, etc.; tr. by Kennedy. 1869 

Opera, Gr. ; Dobson. 7 v 

Opera, interp. Lat, ; Dobson. 2 v. . . . 

Orations ; tr. by Kennedy. 1855 

Orations ; tr. by Kennedy. 3 v 

Orations; tr. by Leiand. 1831. 2 v.. 

Political eloquence ; by Br^dif. 188 1.. 

Tran.slations by Whiston. 1859. y. i. : 
Dinarchus. Opera, Gr. ; Dobson 

Opera, interp. Xat. ; Dobson 

Euripides. Bacchantes ; ed. by Beckwitl 

Same. 1885 

For Eng. readers ; by Dorme. 1S75. . 

Tales from ; by Cooper. 1879 

Tragedies ; tr. by Buckley. 1850. 2 ' 

Same. 1867. 2 v 

Contents: Vol. x. Hecuba. — Orestes.- 
virgins. — Medea. — Hippoly tus. — Alcesds. 
chac. — The Her4clidae.— Iphigenia in Aults 
in Tauris. 

Vol. 2. Hercules Furens.— The Troades. 
dromache. — Suppliants. — Helen. — Electnu- 
Rhetus. 

* For young ivMtan. 



GREEK LITERATURE. 



167 



; tr. by 'Wodhull. 1809. 3 v.. 882 2 
I.* Vol. 1. Hecuba.— Orestes. — Phoenician 
Medea. — ^Hippolytus.-AIcestis.--Andromache ; 
dhuU. 

Suppliants.— rlphi^enia in Aulis.— Rhesus.— 
sptives. — Bacchanalians.— Cyclops.— Children 
les. 

Helen. — Ion. — Hercules distracted. — Frag- 
Index. 

US. Etheopics ; tr. by R. Smith. 

(2 »t.) 887 I 

js. (See pp. 5 and 8.) 

For Eng. readers ; by Davies. . . 884 1 1 

tr. by Banks, ^/ a/. 1856 8847 

ind days; tr. by Chapman. 1858. 884 6 
Adventures of Ulysses ; by C. 

824. 2 31 1 

824.2 315 

translators ; by Prof. Wilson . . 824.2 299 
e Homeric age ; by Gladstone. 

3v 883 I 

Iliad; by Blackie. 1866. 4 v. 883 41 

r.' V. z. Homeric dissertations. 

nd 3. Iliad in Eng. verse. 
Notes, philological and archaeological. 

>myomachia ; tr. by Chapman . . 884 6 

Gladstone. 1878 883 37 

£ trans. 1797- 2v 88334 

ance to Odyssey, etc.; by Dunbar. 883 B-i 
: ballads ; tr. by Maginn. 1856. 884 10 
: synchronism ; by Gladstone . . 881 6 

. by Barter. 1854 883 13 

Bryant. 1870. 2v 88323 

883 23^ 

883 24M 

883 24H 

Bockley. 1854 883 14 

Caldcleugh. 1870 883 20 

Chapman. 1865. 2 v 883 6 

Collins. 1870 883 31 

Cordery. 1871. 2 v 883 21 

Cowper. 1809 883 36 

821.2 2Q4 

Earl of Derby. 1865. 2y 88328 

Hcrschel. 1866 883 12 

Lang, Leaf and Myers. 1883.. 883 49 

Sewman. 1856 883 48 

Pope. 1822 88310 

Simcoz. 1865 883 18 

Way. 1885 883 53 

Woralcy. 1865. 2v 88316 

[ ; tr. by Dryden ., 821.2 702 

Giracce et Latine ; /</. by Clarke. 

. 2v 8834 

Sdilieinann 9156 146 

i Odysses ; tr. by Hobbs 192 32 



Flaxman's ill's 749 R-i 

Intro, to language and verse of; by Sey- 
mour. 1885 883 55 

Minor poems, trans. 1872 884 5 

Odyssey; td. by Merry and Riddell. 

1876. V. I. Books I-XII 883 46 

for Eng. readers by Collins. 1870. . . 883 32 

tr. by Bryant. 187T. 2v 88325 

Same. 1879 « 883 27 

tr. by Buckley, i860 883 15 

Same. 1867 883' 19 

tr. by Butcher and Lang. 1879 883 39 

tr. by Chapman. 1857. 2 v 883 8 

tr. by Cowper. 1809 883 30 

Same 821.2 205 

tr. by Palmer. 1884. Books I-XII. 883 52 

tr. by Pope. 1822 883 11 

tr. by Worsley. 1877. 2 v 883 56 

On translating ; by Arnold. 1S61 883 47 

Origin of H. poems; by Bonitz. 1880. 883 40 
Wanderings of Ulysses ; by Witt ; tr. by 

Younghusband. 1885 883 54 

Stories from ; by Church. 1878 883 38 

ISAEUS. Opera, Or. ; Dobson 885 19 

Opera, interp. Lat. ; DobbOn 885 29 

IsocRATES. Opera, Gr. ; Dobson 885 18 

Opera ; interp. Lat. ; Dobson 885 29 

LoNGiJs. Dafni e Cloe ; trad, in Italiani 

dal A. Caro 850 26 

Daphnis and Chloe ; tr. by R. Smith. 

1855 (2 St) 887 I 

LuciAN. Comedies ; tr. by Maginn. 1856. 884 10 

For Eng. readers; by Collins. 1874... 887 6 

Traveller's true tale ; tr.by Church. 1880. 887 3 

Lycurgus. Opera, Gr.; Dobson 885 19 

Opera, interp. Lat. ; Dobson 885 29 

Lysias. Opera, Gr. ; Dobson 885 17 

. Opera, interp. Lat. ; Dobson 885 28 

MoscHUS. Idyllia ; tr. by Polwhele. 1822. 884 9 

Idyls; tr. by Banks and Chapman. 1864. 884 8 

Works ; tr. by Lang. 1S80 884 14 

MusAEUS. Hero and Leander ; tr. by 

Chapman. 185S 884 6 

Works ; tr. by Fawkes. 1822 884 2 

Phalaris. Epistles ; tr. by Francklin . . . 886 i 
Philo Jud.^us. Works; tr. by Yonge. 

1854. 4 v 888 6 

Pindar. For Eng. readers ; by Maurice. 884 13 

Odes ; tr. by Turner. 1S68 884 3 

Odes ; tr. by West, Green and Rye. 1822. 884 2 

Odes ; tr. by Myers. 1S74 884 4 

Olympian and Pythian odes ; eJ. by Gil- 

dersleeve. 1885 884 19 

Sicilian odes ; tr. by Lloyd. 1872 945 114 



158 



GREEK LITERATURE. 



Plato. And other companions of Socra- 
tes ; by Grotc. 1867. 3 v 184 i 

And the elder academy ; by Zeller. 1876. 184 16 
Apology of Socrates and Crito ; ed. by 

Dyer. 1885 184 18 

Dialog! Latine ; Bekker. 1826. 2v... 18428 
Dialogues ; tr. by Grote. 1871. 4 v . . 184 4 
For Eng. readers; by Collins. 1879... 184 15 
Scripta Graece omnia ; I^kker. 9V... 184 19 
Trans, from : a day in Athens with Soc- 
rates. 1883 184 17 

Works ; tr. by Gary, ^/ <i/. 1861. 6 v. 1848 

Plotinus. Select works ; tr. by Taylor. 186 2 
Plutarch. For boys and girls; ed. by 

White ♦920.6 13 

Lives ; Dryden's tr. ; ed, by Clough. 5 v. 920.6 i 

Morals ; tr. by Goodwin. 1871. 5v... 888 i 

Old world worthies (selections) *920.6 6 

Our young folks* Plutarch ; ed. by Kauf- 
man. 1883 ^920.6 12 

Proclus. Fragments ; tr. by Taylor. 1825. 186 4 
Pythagoras. Golden verses ; tr. by Tal- 
bot. 1881 188 5 

Sappho. Memoir, text with ; tr. by Whar- 
ton. 1885 884 20 

Works ; tr. by Fawkes. 1822 884 2 

Sophocles. For Eng. readers ; by Collins. 882 19 
Plays and fragments ; ed. by Campbell. 

• 2v 88227 

Contents: Vol. i. CEdipustyrannus. — GBdipus Colon- 
«us. — Antigone. 

Vol. 2. Ajax— Elcctra. — Trachiniae. — Philoctetes.— 
Fragments. 

Plays ; tr. by Whitelaw. 1883 882 32 

Contents : CEdipus the king.— CEdipus at Colonus. — 
Antigonus.— Electra. — Trachiniae.— Ajax. — Philoctetes. 
— Notes. 



Reference list, by Foster, v. t 

Tragedies ; Oxford trans. 1S70 

Contents: CEdipus tyninnus. — (Edipus ( 

Electra.— Antigone.— Trachiniae. — Ajax.— PI 

Tragedies ; tr. by Francklin. 1809. . . . 

Contents : Ajax.— Electra.— Phtloctetes. - 

— Trachiniae. — CEdipus tyrannns. — CEdipus C 

Theatre of the Greeks ; list of works re 

lating to (B. P. L. Bui. v. 4) 

Theocritus. Idyls ; tr. by Banks an< 

Chapman. 1S64 

Idyllia, etc.; tr. by Polwhele. 1822. . . 

Works ; tr. by Calverly. 1883 

Works ; tr. by Lang. 1880 

Theognis. For Eng, readers ; by Davies 

Works ; tr. by Frere. 1874 

Works ; tr. by Banks, et aL 1856 

Theophrastus. Characters ; tr. by Jebfc 
Thucydides. (See page 8.) 
TvRTitus. Elegies ; tr. by Polwhele. 182a 
Xenophon. Economist ; tr. by Weddei 

burn and Colling>K'Ood. 1S76 

Minor works; tr. by Watson. 1857.. 
(See, also, pages 7 and 8.) 



MODERN GREEK. 

Bikelas. Loukis Laras ; tr. by G«nnadia 
Felton, ed. Selections from modem Gree 

writers. 1857 

Geldart. SimpliBed grammar of moder 

Greek. 1883 

Greek folk-songs ; tr. by Gamett. 1885. 
McPherson, trans. Poetry of moder 

Greece, specimens. 1884 

TozER. Ballads, etc., of modem Greece 



LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITEl 

TURK. 



LANGUAGE. 

Donaldson. Latin grammar. 1867 475 3 

Varronianus. i860 470 i 

Ellis. Quantitative pronunciation. 1874. 471 2 
Ferguson. Questions oa Caesar, etc. 1885. 475 2 
Fisher. The three pronunciations. 1879. 471 i 
Freund. Latin- Eng. lexicon ; rev. by 

Andrews t473 B-i 

Same ; rev. by Lewis and Short. 1879. J473 B-2 
Halsey. Etymology of Latin and Greek. 472 i 

Key. Latin grammar. 1871 475 6 

RoBY. Grammar of Latin language. 2 v. 475 4 

% For iQftti&ofe% 



Sargent, ed. Passages for trans, in' 

Latin 

White. Eng-Latin diet. 1869 

MYTHOLOGY. 
(See under ** Greek language and literatui 



LITERATURE. 

HISTORY AND CRITICIS! 
; Cruttwell. Hist. Roman literature.. 
DuNLOP. Roman literature to the Augi 
tan age. 1827. 2 v 

* Foe young readtn. 



LATIN LITERATURE. 



15d 



,og. cine to Latin literature. 870 20 

^rimer of Latin literature.. 870 7 

GreelL and Roman literature. 880 9 
Essays, etc., on Latin litera- 

5 870 17 

Hist, ancient literature. . . . 880 16 

Ls, Ang^stan age. 1877. . . 871 2 

; Republic. 1881 871 i 

. L^tin literature. 1883. 2 v. 870 12 

Lunianities. 1886 870 21 

A Latiu tractate. — Origin of Roman race. 
■s«s and Latin pronunciation. — Growth of 
-Uumaniftin. — Letters to England. 

ymetis. 1774 871 S-i 

list. Roman literature. 2 v. . 870 14 

rd. Hist. Roman literature. . 870 3 

Sacred I^tin poetry. 1864. 874 13 

College Latin course in Eng. 870 18 

7 Latin course in Eng. 1883. 870 16 

COLLECTIONS. 

R^emnants of early Latin. 1880. 478 3 
afui Banton, eds. Specimens 

an literature. 1879 870 6 

/. Sel. from Latin authors. . . 870 19 

Specimens of poetry. 1847.. 881 4 
. Beautiful thoughts from Latin 

. 1869 ^870 5 

)es in ancient classics 220 88 

*i msticae veteres Latini. Re- 

M. Gcsneri. 1788. 3v 630 53 

s: V. 1-3. Cato. — Varro. — Columella. 
*ailadius. — Vegetius.— Gargilii Martialis Frag- 
-Ansou Popmae. 
.«xicon rusticum. 

NDIVIDUAL AUTHORS. 

i, Marcus Aurelius. Com- 

ies; tr. by Thompson. 1747. 188 3 

, ; ir. by Long. 1864 188 6 

Dell 'asino d'Oro ; tr. da Agnolo 

tola 850 17 

T. 1878 (2 St.) 870 II 

LIDS. (See page 9.) 

For Eng. readers ; by Da vies. 874 16 

r, by Kelly. 1854 (2 st.) 874 6 

tc. ; ir. by Ellis. 1871 87432 

cms ; rd. by .Simpson. 1879. . . 874 25 

.cademica; ed. by Reid. 1874. 878 9 
; questions, de finibus, etc. ; tr. 

ge. 1853 878 I 

i, etc.; fd. by Stick ney. 1885. 878 5 

e ; cor. P. Manutio (Aldine). . 23 2 

readers ; by Collins. 1875 ... 875 8 
itof e of the gods, etc. ; tr. by 

j868, 878 2 

tfor 



Opera omnia; ed. by Emesti. 1774. 8 v. 875 9 

Orations ; tr. by Yonge. 1851. 4 v. . . 875 4 

Orations ; ed. by Long. 1862. 4 v. . . . 875 17 

Oratory and orators ; tr. by Watson. . . • 875 3 

Pro Cluentio; ed. by Ramsay. 1869. . . 875 33 

Second Philippic ; tr. by Hahn 875 22 

Selected letters ; ed. by Prichard and 

Bernard. 1872 876 4 

Three books of offices, etc.; tr. by Ed- 
monds. 1853 878 4 

Claudian. Works ; tr. by Hawkins. . . . 874 5 

Epictetus. Discourses, Enchiridion ; tr. 

by Long. 1877 188 2 

Enchiridion ; tr. by Talbot 188 5 

Works ; tr. by Eliz. Carter. 1758 188 B-i 

EuTROPius. (See page 9.) 

Gkllius, Aulus. Attic nights ; tr. by Be- 

loe. 1795. 3v 8708 

Horace. Carminum book L; ed. by Page. 874 2a 

For Eng. readers ; by Martin. 1871... 874 14 
Odes and Carmen sseculare ; tr. by Con- 

ington. 1874 874 23 

Odes ; tr. by Harrison. 1877 874 28 

Odes and epodes, with Latin text ; tr. by 

Lytton. 1870 874 a 

Opera ; ed. by Desprez. 1814 874 33 

Opera omnia ; ^</. by Macleane. 1881.. 87421 

Poetica, epistolae, etc.; tr. by Hurd. 2 v. 874 3 

Satires, epistles, etc.; tr. by Conington. . 874 24 

Studies in odes of ; by Verrall. 1884. . . 874 "ao 

Works ; ed. by Anthon. 1840 874 31 

Works ; tr. by Smart. 1858 874 i 

Works; tr. by Martin. 1881. 2 v 874 17 

Johannes Secundus. Kisses; tr. by 

Kelly. 1854 (2 St) 874 12 

Juvenal. Fifth satire ; tr. by Chapman. . 884 6 

For Eng. readers ; by Walford. 1878. . 877 6 

Satires ; tr. by Dryden, et al. 1822 .... 877 4 

Same. 1754 877 5 

Satires; tr. by Evans and Gifford. 1867. 877 3 

Satirae XVI ; ed. by Ruperti. 1825. 2 v. 877 i 

Saiirae XVI ; ed. by Prior. 1876 874 29 

Livv. (See page 9.) 

Li'CAN. First book ; tr. by Marlowe 822.2 263 

La Pharsale ; tr. into Fr. by Marmontel. 840 316 

Pharsalia ; tr. by Riley. 1853 873 4 

Same ; tr. by Rowe 873 5 

Lucretius. De rerum natura ; tr. by 

Munro. 1873 1875 

De rerum natura (Oxford pocket classics). 187 4 

For Eng. readers ; by Mallock. 1878. . 187 3 
On the nature of things; tr. by Watson 

and Good. 1867 187 I 

Trans, from ; by Dryden 821.2 70a 



160 



LATIN LITERATURE. 



LuciLius. Tr. by Evans. 1867 877 3 

Marcus Aureuus. (See Antoninas.) 

Martial. Epigrams ; tr. 1865 874 7 

Ovid. Elegies ; tr. by Marlowe 822 2 263 

Fasti, Pontic epistles, etc. ; tr. by Riley. 

i85i(2st.) 874 II 

Fastorum ; ed. by Paley 874 27 

For Eng. readers ; by Church. 1876... 874 15 
Heroides, amours, etc.; tr. by Riley. 

1869 (2 St) 874 10 

Metamorphoses ; tr. by Riley. 1869 (2 st) 874 8 

Same ; tr. by Garth, et al. 1822 (2 st). . 874 9 

Selections for schools ; ed. by Ramsey. . . 874 26 

Sel. from ; by Hanson and Rolfe 478 i 

Trans, from ; by Dryden 821.2 702 

Persius. Satires ; tr. by Evans and Gif- 

ford. 1867 877 3 

Satires ; ed. by Hart. 1875 874 30 

Satyrs ; tr. by Dryden, et al, 1754 877 5 

Petronius Arbiter. Satiricon ; ed. by 

Kelly. 1854 (2 st) 874 12 

Plautus. Comedies ; tr. by Thornton. 

1769. 5v. (2 5t) 8721 

Comedies ; tr. by Riley. 1867. 2 v. (2 st) 872 6 

For Eng. readers; by Collins. 1873.. . . 872 11 

Pliny. Letters ; tr. by Melmoth. 2v... 8761 
Letters, for Eng. readers ; by Church 

and Brodribb. 1879 8763 

Selected letters ; ed. by Prichard and 

Bernard. 1872 876 5 

PoLYBius. (See page 9.) 

Propertius. Elegies ; ^</. by Kelly. (2 St.). 874 12 

For Eng. readers ; by Da vies. 1877 . . . 874 16 

QuiNTlLlAN. Institutes of oratory ; tr. by 

/ Watson. 1856. 2v 875 i 



Inititutionis oratoriiv ; ed. by Bonnel. . 
Sallust. (See page 9.) 
Sekeca. Medea and Octavia, tragedies 

trans, by Wheelwright 

Suetonius. (See page 10.) 

Sulpicia. Tr. by Evans. 1867 

Tacitus. (See page 10.) 

Terence. Comedies. 1770 (2 st) 

Latin text with Fr. tr.) 
Comedies; tr. by Riley and Colmai 

1859 \2 St.) 

Comedies ; tr. by Riley and Smart (2 st.) 
Comcediae; with commentary by Parry. . 
For Eng. readers ; by Collins. 1873 . . , 

Pincema ; ed. by Newman. 1883 

TiBULLUS. For Eng. readers ; by Davies 
Poems ; tr. by Kelly. 1854. (a st.). . . 
Virgil. i£neid. Book 1-4 ; ed. by White 

Book V ; ed. by Calvert. 1879 

tr. in verse by Conington. 1867 

tr. by Cranch. 1872 

tr. by Dryden. 1872 

tr. by Long. 1879 

tr. by Morris. 1876 

For Eng. readers ; by Collins. 1875. . 

(In " Classical writers") ; by Nettleship 

Sel. from ; by Hanson and Rolfe 

Stories frota ; by Church 

Wanderings of iEneas; by Hanson. iSB.) 

Works ; ed. by Conington and Nettle 

ship. 1881-84 

Contents: V. x. Eclogues and Georgjcs. 
V. a-3. iCneid. 

Works ; tr. in prose by Conington, ec 

by Symonds. 1880 



EUROPEAN LITERATURE. 



GENERAL HISTORY AND 
CRITICISM. 

Blakey. Hist, of political literature. 2 v. 320 29 

DoBSON. The classic poets. 1879 811 58 

Encyclop. of literary and typog. anecdote. 11 11 
Hallam. Int. to literature of Europe. 

1 5 th- 1 7th cent's. 1867. 4v 8094 

Hannay. Satire and Satirists. 1855 817 i 

Longfellow, ed. Poets and poetry of 

Europe. 1845. 2v t8ii 3 

Pater. The renaissance 709 6 

Perry. From Opitz to Lessing. 1884... 809 10 

Schlegel. Lect*s on hist, of literature . . 809 8 

SCHLOSSER. Hist, of 1 8th cent'y. v. 1-2. 940 83 

;For 



SiSMONDi. Literature of the south c 
Europe. 1827. 2 v 

Stael, Madame De. De la litterature dan 
ses rapports avec les institutions sod 
ales 



MEDIEVAL LITERATI 

Berington. Literary hist, of middle age 

Same. New ed. 1883 

GuizoT. Hist of civilization, v. 2 

Hallam. Middle ages. v. 3 

Lacroix. Science and literature, middl 

ages 

Lawrence. Primer of mediaeval literatur 

reference. 



liZVlMVAL LITERATURE. 



161 



dark ages 274 3i 

LAtin student's songs, 

1884 874 19 

'» 571 12 

. ROMANCES. SAGAS. 

Prose aitd Metrical.) 

a/i. Popular romances of 

iges. 1880 813 10 

epicsofmediseval Germany 831 46 
ecimens of early English 

nances. 1848 821.2 90 

Historical introduction. — Account of Peter 
d Marie*ft Lays. — Romances relating to 
tin. — Morte Arthur. — Guy of Waunrick. — 
f Hamptoun. — Richard Coeur de Lion. — 
iting to Charlemagne : Roland and Ferra> 
il. — Sir Femmbras. — Seven wise masters. — 
Blancheflour. — Robert of Cysille. — Sir 
r Triamour. — Lyfe of Ipomydon. — Sir Eg- 
oys. — Lay le Freine. — Sir Eger, Sir Gra- 
r Graysteel. — Sir Degortf.— Roswall and 
s and Amyiion. 
Popular epics of the middle 

i. 2 V 811 12 

treams from hidden sources. 813 9 
ics and romances of the 

I. 1883 813 23 

^. of romances in British 

rp'tof MSS. 1883. V. I. 16B-11 

trical romances. I3th-I5th 

o. 3 V 821.2 91 

V. X. Introduction.— Kyng Alisaunder. — 

ay le Freine. 

rd Coeur de Lion. — Lyfe of Ipomydon.— 

loun. 

B of the fleu]rn sages. — Octouian imperator. 

. — The bunting of the hare. — Notes. — 

fiE NiBELUNG Cycle. 

7 of Siegfrid. 1882 813 26 

•fj. Echoes from mistland. 831 9 

lild ; a tragedy 832 42 

and other stories. 1881.. 813 19 
Golden threads from an 

n. 1880 •831 B-i 

kungen zu der Nibelnngen 

4 831 63 

ied, emeuet und erklttrt . . 831 64 
onge, Erstes Lied: Sieg- 

»79 831 34 

Lied : Hildebrant's Heim- 

831 35 

Fall of the Nibclungcrs. 831 8 
9f Sigard the Volsung. . .821.2 457 
rhe. Kcfcrencc list ; by 
16 55 



Nibelungenlied (Das) ; uebersetst von Sim- 
rock. 1859 831 45 

ViGFUSSON ami York. Sigfred-Arminios, 

etc. 1886 830 333 

Wagner. Der ring des Nibelungen; tr. 

by Forman. 1877 78218 

The Arthur Cycle. 

Alliterative romance of Joseph of Ari- 

mathie, or the Holy Grael 820.2 334 

Arthur. Life in early English verse . . .820.2 302 
Bergman. The San Grael ; an inquiry. . . 813 2$ 
BORRON. History of the Holy Grael Eng- 

lisht. (1450) pt. I 820.2 414 

Same. pt. 2 820.3418 

Same. pt. 3 820.2421 

Same. pt. 4 820.2 433 

Bulfinch. The age of chivalry (King 

Arthur and his knights). 1868 *8l3 15 

Same. 1859 *8l3 16 

Same ; ed. by Hale. 1884 '813 17 

Geoffrey, 0/ Monmouth, British history ; 

tr. 1842 942.1 I 

Hanson. Stories of the days of King 

Arthur. 1882 •813 18 

Lancelot of the Laik 830.3 303 

Lanier, ed. Boys' King Arthur. 1880 . . *8i3 11 

Boys' Mabinogion. 188 1 '896 15 

Layamon's Brut ; ed. and tr. by Madden . . 

1847. 3 v 821.3 B-4 

Mabinogion ; trans, by Lady Guest. 1877. 896 B-3 
Mallory. La morte d' Arthur ; ed. by T. 

Wright. 1866. 3 V 813 6 

Merlin ; early hist, of Arthur, pt. 1 830.3 305 

Same. pt. 2 820.2 309 

Same. pt. 3 830.2 319 

Morte Arthur ; ed. by Furnivall 821.2 97 

Morte Arthure ; alliterative version 820.2 304 

RiTSON. Life of King Arthur. 1825 81 1 78 

Sir Gawayne and the Green Knight 820.2 303 

Tennyson. Idyls of the king 821.2 371 

Same 821.2 369 

Same 821.2 370 

Three early English metrical romances 

(Camd. soc.) 821.2 88 

Contents: The anturs of Arther at the Tamewathe- 
lan. —Sir Amadace. — The avowinge of Arthur, etc. 

The Charlemagne Cycle. 

Baldwin. Story of Roland. 1883 813 24 

Boke of Duke Huon of Burdeux ; done 

into English by Lord Berncrs. pts. 1-2 . 820 2 430 

Same. pt. 3 820.2 432 

Bulfinch. Legends of Charlemagne. . . . '813 27 

Same. 1867 "SiS ^ 



* For youBg readert. 



162 



M EDIiEV A L LITERATU RE. 



Chanson de Roland et le roman de Ronce- 

vaux ; Francisque Michel, ed. 1869. . 841 37 
Chanson de Roland ; tr. by Rabillon. 1885. 841 34 
Four (The) sonnes of Aymon ; Englisht by 

Caxton. pt. 1 820.2 433 

Lyf of Charles the Grete ; trans, from the 

Fr. by Caxton 820.2 428 

Rauf Coilyear 820.2 429 

Roland and Vemagu. — Otnel ; fragments. 820.2 429 
Sege of Melayne. — Romance of Duke 
Rowland. — Fragment of the song of 

Roland 820.2 427 

Sir Ferumbras 820.2 427 

Song of Roland ; tr. by O'Hagan. 1880. . 841 35 

Sowdone (The) of Babylone 820.2 429 

TURPIN. Hist, of Charlemagne and Or- 

lando ; tr. by Rodd 861 7 

Miscellaneous. 

Alexander and Didymus ; fragment of the 

alliterative romance 820.2 400 

Same, 2d fragment 820.2 424 

Alliterative romance of the destruction of 

Troy ; from Colonna. pt. i 820.2 321 

Same, pt 2 820.2 330 

Beowulf; tr. by Garnet 821.2 171 

Same ; tr. by Lumsden. 1881 821.2 no 

Same ; tr. by Thorpe 821.2 98 

Same ; tr. by Wackerbath. 1847 821.2 99 

Chandos. Le prince noir ; with English 

trans, and notes by Francisque Michel. 841 B-3 
Gamdyn,The taleof ; /></. by Skeat. 1884.820.2 104 

Generydes ; a romance, pt. i 820.2 330 

Same. pt. 2 820.2 340 

Gesta Roroanorum ; early Eng. versions. .820.2 426 
Halli well-Phillips, ed, Romance of 

the Emperor Octavian 821.2 457 ' 

Romance of Syr Tryamoure 821.2 459 

The Thornton romances (metrical). 1844. 821.2 89 
Conttnts: Sir Perceval of Gsilles. — Sir Isumbras. — Sir 
Eglamour of Artois. — Sir Degrevant. 

Legends of the Holy Rood 820.2 325 

"LOKKisand Meung. Le roman de la rose. 841 50 
Lovers of Provence : Auca.ssin and Nicol- 

ette ; tr. by Bida and Mucdonough. . . 841 46 j 
Relmes. Romance of Blonde of Oxford 

and Jehan of Dammar.in 841 9 

Romance of Guy of Warwick 820.2 419 

Same ; in 2 parallel texts, pt. i 820.2 431 

Romance of Kyng Horn, Kloris and 

B^ncheflour 820.2 306 

Romance of William of Palerne 820.2 400 

Romans of Partenay, or tale of Melusine. 820.2 310 
Scop (The) or Gleeman's tale; tr. by 

Thorpe 821.2 98 



Swan, ed. Gesta Romanomm. 1824. 2 
Wack. Roman de Ron ; heransgege 

V.Andersen. 1879. 2v 

Wright, ed, St. Brandon ; a legend. . 
The seven sages 

TEUTONIC MYTHOL 

Anderson. Norse mythology. 1875. 
AsBj«RNSE!«. Round the Yule log. iS 
Grimm. Teutonic mythology. 1883. [ 
Keary. Heroes of Asgard 

Mythology of the Eddas. 1882 

Orhlenschl^ger. The gods of the Noi 
PiGOTi\ Scandinavian mythology. 18. 
Ssemund's Edda (the " Elder Edda ") ; 

by Cottle. 1797 

Smith, M., ed. Tales of old Thulc 

Snorre's Edda (the " Younger Edda ") ; 
and tr. by Anderson. 1880 

Same ; tr. by Blackwell , 

Thorpe, ed. Northern mythology. 3 1 
Wagner. Asgard and the gods. 1880 

FOLK-TALES AND LEGEh 
Arnason, ed. Icelandic legends. 186;: 
AsBjORNSEN. Tales from the Fjeld. 18 
AsBjOKNSON and Andersen. North< 

fairv tales 

Baring-Gould. Curious myths of 

middle ages. 1869 

Conway. The wandering Jew. 1881. 
Dasent. Popular tales from the Norse 
Grimm Bros., eds. Ger. household stori 

Household tales ; ed. by I.Ang. 2 v. . 

Kinder und hausmllrchen ; sel. from, 
Smissen. 1885 

Stray leaves from fairy land ; tr.by Tayl 

Halli well-Phillips. Fairy mythoh 

of Midsummer Night's Dream .... 

Nursery rhymes, etc 

Household stories from the land of Hof* 
Lauder, ed. Legends, Harz m't's. iS 

Legends and fairy tales of Ireland. iS 
Lemon. Legends of Number Nip. i8( 
Newell. Games and songs of Am. childr 
Reynard the fox ; by Goethe 

Same; by Goethe ; tr. by Arnold 

Same ; by Grimm. 1834 

Same ; from Caxton, with hist, by Thorn 

Same ; from the Low German origina 

Ritson. ed. Fairy tales 

Saintine. Myths of the Rhine. 1875. 
Stephens and Cavallius, eds. Old No 

fairy tales. 1882 

Thorpe, ^</. Yule-tide stories. 1853 



* For youBg raaden. 



NORSE LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



163 



^K LANGUAGE AND LITERA- 
TURE. 



in literature of N. Europe. 898 8 
literature of Scandinavian 

B4 898 86 

&ture and romance of North 

1852. 2V 8981 

iglishman and Scandinavian. 898 69 
Bed grammar of Swedish . . 498 3 
land-book of old-northern 

numents. 1884 498 B-i 

nJ Powell, ed. Corpus 
boreale. 1883. 2 v 898 87 



SAGAS. 

.D. Lrist of Icelandic sagas. 914.8 B-i 
.ga; abstract, by Sir Walter 

948 17 

Dane 820.2 402 

rendary tales of Sweden 914.8 18 

r. Norse stories; from the 

1882 29342 

ami Morris. Three North- 

stories. 1875 898 98 

K.LE50N. Heimskring^a 948 7 ^ 

Dt Njal; tr. by Dasent. 2 v.. 898 61 
ttir the Strong ; tr. by Morris 

.nfxsson 898 97 

-Glom ; tr. by E. Head. 1866. 898 9 
rsling, etc.; tr. by Baring- 

914.8 B-I 

trans, by S. Turner 942.1 5 



- > 



M POETRY, DRAMA, ETC. 

etters, etc 928.5 15 

*raHs. Ballad stories. 1869. 898 11 
ig Ben6*s daughter. 1880... 898 74 
Songs of Scandinavia and 

pe, with music 784 B-15 

.iBGBR. Aladdin. 1857 .... 898 99 

^alborg. 1874 898 63 

a tragedy. 1854 898 70 

Q the mighty. 1874 898 94 

f the North. 1845 898 7 

Ancient Danish ballads. 3 v. 898 3 
ithiof; tr. by Latham. 1838. 898 71 

1877 898 10 

* For young 



PROSE FICTION. 

Andersen. Fairy tales. N. S. 1869 '898 40 

Ice maiden ; and story of my life 898 51 

Improvisatore. 1869 898 56 

Marsh king's daughter '898 SA^i 

O. T. 1870 89848 

Same 898 49 

Only a fiddler. 1870 898 46 

Same ; and O. T 898 47 

Sand-hills of Jutland. 1865 898 50 

Stories and tales. 1871 •898 41 

Two baronesses. 1869 898 43 

Same 898 44 

Same 898 45 

What the moon saw. 1866 »898 42 

Wonderful tales from Denmark '898 40^ 

Wonder stories '898 54 

BjOrnson. Ame. 1881 89876 

Bridal march» etc. 1882 898 79 

Captain Mansana. 1882 898 80 

Fisher maiden. 1869 898 33 

Same. 1882 89877 

A happy boy. 1881 89878 

Love and life 898 58 

Magnhild. 1883 898 81 

Railroad and churchyard. 1870 898 52 

SynnOve Solbakken. 1881 898 75 

Blanche. The bandit ; tr. and ed. by 

Borg and Brown 898 38 

Bremer. A diary.— The H family.— 

Axel and Anna. 1853 898 20 

Same 898 21 

Father and daughter 898 19 

Four sisters 898 15 

Same 898 16 

H family. — Tralinnam. — Axel and 

Anna, etc 898 34 

The home. 1853 89817 

Same 898 18 

Midnight sun. 1870 89859 

The neighbors. 1852 898 13 

Same 898 14 

Carlen. Lavinia 898 36 

GoLDSCHMiDT. Flying mail. 1870 898 52 

Jacob Bendixen. 1864 898 39 

readen. 



164 



GERMAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



GusTAFFSSON. Woodland notes. 1880. . 

Same. Second series 

Ingemann. Childhood of King Erik Men- 

ved. 1846 

J ANSON. Spell-bound fiddler. 1880 

KlELLAND. Carman and Worse. 1885. . 
Lie. Barque future. 1S79 

Pilot and his wife. 1876 

Ifarie ; tr. from Danish 

Makmier. Nouvelles Danoises. 1855... 

MoLBECH. Ambrosius. 1879 

Rydberg. Last Athenian. 1S79 

Schwartz. Birth and education. 1871. 

Gerda 

Same 

Gold and name. 1871 

Same 

Same 

Guilt and innocence. 1871 



♦898 


72 


♦898 


73 


898 96 


898 


68 


898 


95 


89S 


60 


898 


55 


898 


66 


898 


12 


898 67 


898 64 


898 


53 


898 


31 


898 


32 


89S 


22 


898 23 


898 


24 


898 


25 



Same 

The right one 

Song of the organ grinder 

Same 

Same • 

Two family mothers. 1872 

Same 

Wife of a vain man. 1871 

Thoresrn. Old Olaf. 1870 

ToPELius. Gustave Adolf. 1872 . . 

Snowdrops. 1881 , 

Times of alchemy. 1884 

Times of battle and of rest. 1883 

Times of .Charies XII. 1884 

Times of Frederick I 

Times of Gustav Adolf. 1884 

Times of Linnaeus. 1884 

Whisperings in the wood. 1881 . . 



GERMAN LANGUAGE AND LITI 

ATURE. 



LANGUAGE. 

Adler. Diet., Ger.-Eng. 1851 ^433 B-i 

Grieb. Diet., Eng.-Ger. and Ger.-Eng. 

1880. 2v t433 K-2-3 

Klein. Rudiments of Ger. etymology . . 98.7 i 
Sears. Sel. from Luther, with philolog. 

notes. 1846 438 I 

Seybold. How to speak Ger. 1885 98.7 2 

Synopsis of Ger. grammar. 1885 98.7 3 

Strong and Meyer. Outlines of hist, of 

Ger. language. 1886 430 i 

Victor. German pronunciation. 1885.. 431 i 



LITERATURE. 

GENERAL HISTORY AND CRITICISM. 
Blaze dr Bury. Les 6crivains raodernes 

de I'allemagne. 1868 844 11 

CONANT. Primer of German literature. . . 830 183 
Davesies de Pontes. Poets and poetry 

of Ger. 1858. 2v 831 i 

Geiger. Renaissance und Humanismus 

in Italien und Deutschland 850 12 

Gostwick. Ger. culture and Christianity. 193 25 
GoSTWiCK and Harrison. Outlines of 

Ger. literature. 1873 830 8 

Hedge. Hours with Ger. classics. 1886. 830 234 

* For youog readerm. 



Prose writers of Ger. 1849 

HosMER. Short hist, of Ger. literature . . 

Japp. German life and literature. 1881.. 

Conttnts : Introductioni — Lessing. — Wisd 

Moses Mendelssohn. — Herder. — Gortbe. — Tii 

alis. 

KdNiG. Deutsche litteraturgeschichte . . . 

MacCallum. Studies in Ger. literature.. 

Menzel. German literature. 1840. 3 v. 

Metcalfe. Hist, of Ger. literature. 1858. 

Passion play. The ; Amergau ; by MacCoU. 
Art in the mountains ; by Blackburn . . . 
To and from ; by Doane. 1871 

ScHERER. Geschichte des Deutschen littei- 

atur. 1885 

Hist, of Ger. literature. 1886. 2 v.. 

Stael, at me De. Germany. 2 v 

Taylor, Bayard. Studies in Ger. litera- 
ture. 1879 

Taylor, W. Historic survey of Ger. 
poetry. 1830. 3 V 

COLLECTIONS. 
BoKUM. Translations from Ger. writers. . 
Buchheim, ^t/. Deutsche lyrik. 1881... 
Klemm, ed. Poesie ftir haus und schule. . . 
Ram AGE, ed. Beautiful thoughts from Ger 
and Sp. authors. 1868 

X For referttncc. 



GERMAN LITERATURE. 



165 



Poetry. 
ed. and trans. Poetry of 

r3 831 22 

s. Pieces from Schiller and 

831 14 

ins. Book of Ger. songs ... 831 10 
IksUeder der Deutschen. 1450 

5 V 831 58 

Songs of Germany, with music. 784 B-16 

Representative Ger. poems. 831 57 

ninnes\ngers» I2th-I3th cent's. 831 19 
tns. Gaudeamus ; humorous 

1872 838 I 

tns. German anthology. 2 v. 831 3 

H. Christian singers of Ger. . 245 10 

Drama. 

ed. Deutsches theater. 3 v . . 832 49 
r.* V. z. Eigensinn; Benedir. — Dichter und 
pfer. — Der Hauspion : Schlesinger. 
^r Progress ; Benedir.— Ein theurer Spass ; 

List und Phlegma ; Angely. 
>mr gebeime agent ; Hackllnder. 

public library. Catalog, of 

16B-5 

B., trans. German theatre 

832 1 

r.- V. 3. Don Carlos; Schiller.— Count Ben- 

iCotxcbue. 

overs* tows; Kotzebue. — Indian exiles; Kot- 

»tto of Wittelsbach ; Babo.— Dagobert ; Babo. 
t of Wulfingen ; Kotzebue. / 
'h« robbers; Schiller. — Happy family; Kot- 
Mudcsce: Iffland. 

NDIVIDUAL AUTHORS. 

, Drama, Oratory, Essays, Etc. 

(Including translations.) 

incess of Saxony, Dramas ; tr. 
Jameson. 1840. 2 v 832 35 

9: V. X. Introductory.— Falsehood and truth. 
:le. 

oung ward. — Princely bride. — Country cousin. 
Briefe an seinen freund J. 

ch. 1884. av 836 13 

Letters. 1 790-1 826. 2 v.. 836 3 
T. Aus Morgenland und 

and. 1882 831 44 

MirzaSchafl^. 1880 83140 

he schriften. 1865. 12 v. in 3. 831 37 
'#.* V. 1-3. Tauaend und ein tag im Orient. 
Roancbe dichter (Puschkin, Lermontoflf, Kol- 
liadere). 
iliakcqware's sonette, in Deutscher nachbild- 

Alie and aeue gedichte. 
Ans Om nad West. 



Deutsch. Literary remains. 1874 204 69 

FiCHTB. Nature of the scholar, etc. 1873. 193 3 
Frederic II. {the Great). CEuvres post- 

humes. 15 v 830 202 

Contents: V. i. Ylistoire de men temps. 

V. 3-3. Histoire de la guerre de Sept ans. 

V. 4. Memoires i7'>3-i775. — Mcmoircs de la guerre de 
1778. — Cor. au sujet de la succession de la Baviere. — 
Considerations sur Tetat du corps politique de I'Europe. 
— Essai sur les formes dc gov't. 

V, 5, Dialogues des morts.— Chailes XII. — System 
de la nature— Pensecs sur la religion.— Sur Tinnocence 
des erreurs de I'esprit. — L'tfcole du monde : comedie. 
— I^ Henriade dc Voltaire. — Tantale en process ; com- 
edie.— Portrait de Voltaire.— Epitaph de Voltaire.— Billet 
de cong^ de Voltaire, etc. 

V. 6-8. Correspondance entre Frederic et Voltaire. 

V. 9-13. Correspondance, etc 
- V. 14. Le Palladion ; poeme. — La guerre des Conf<6d- 
6t€% ; poeme. — Odes. — Epitrcs. 

V. 15. Epitrcs.— Discours et melanges en verse. 
Posthumous works ; tr. by Ilolcroft. 

1789. 13 V 

Contents: V. x. Hist, of my own time. 

V. 9-8. The seven years' war. 

V. 4. Memoirs from the peace of Hubertsberg to the 
partition of Poland. 

V. 5. Political, philosophical and satirical miscellanies. 

V. 6-8. Correspondence with Voltaire. 

V. 9-13. Other correspoiidence. 

Freiligrath. Poems. 1871 831 41 

Geibel. Brunhild; a tragedy from the 

Nibelung saga ; tr. by Dippold. 1879. ^3^ 42 
GcETHE. Ballads, songs, etc.; tr. by Gib- 
son. 1883 831 51 

Campaign in France 944-5 46 

Correspondence with a child. 1859. • • • 836 4 

Cor. with Schiller. 1877. 2 v 836 9 

Early and miscellaneous letters 1884. . 836 12 

Faust, commentary on ; by Boyesen. . . . 928 3 21 

German text ; ed. by Falck Lebahn . . 832 47 

the spirit of ; by Coupland. 1885... 832 52 

tr. by Anster. 1886 832 53 

tr. by Blackie. 1880 832 46 

tr. by Brooks. 1878 832 48 

tr. by Filmore 810 7 

tr. by Hayward. 1874 832 32 

pt. I ; tr. by Martin. 1877 83245 

pt. 2. (Same). 1886 832 45)^ 

pts. I and 2 ; tr. by Taylor. 1881. . . 832 33 

Same. 2 v. 1871 83234 

Herman and Dorothea ; tr. by Frothing. 

ham. 1870 831 16 

Opinions on the world, etc.; tr. by 

Wenckstern. 1853 839 2 

Poems ; tr. by Bowring. 1874 831 15 

Reading list (Phila. M. L. Bui. v. i.. p. 

209) 16 B-18 

Reynard the fox ; tr. by Arnold 831 50 



166 



GERMAN LITERATURE. 



Silmmtliche werke. 1854. 6v 830 B-3 

Wisdom of; by Blackie. 1883 839 7 

Werkc. 1827. 55 V 

(See contents in printed catalog, of 1871.) 

Grimm. H. Literature. 1886 834 2 

Conttnts : Emenon,— France and Voltaire. — ^Voltaire 
and Fred*k the great.— Fred*k the great and Macaulay. 
— Diirer. — The Brothers Grimm.— Bettina Von Amim. — 
Dante in the recent Italian struggle. 

GUTZKOW. Saekurbilder 830 181 

Heine. Book of songs ; tr. by Strathen . . 83149 
Ideas ; Buch le grand ; tr. by J. B. 1884. 838 2 

Pictures of travel 914-3 6 

Poems and ballads ; tr. by Martin. 1878. 831 24 
Poems, complete ; tr. by Bo wring. 1866. 831 17 
Prosa ; sel. ed. by Buchheim. 1884 .... 839 8 

The romantic school 830 185 

SUmmtliche werke. 1863. 7 v 830 66 

ConttnU: V. z. Reisebilder. 

V. 2. Buch der lieder. — Neue lieder. — Tragttdien : 
William RatclifT.— Almansor. 
V. 3. Salon. 

V. 4. Wintermttrchcn. — Atta Troll. — Romanzero. — 
Neueste gedichte. 
V. 5-6. Vermischte schriften. 

V. 7. Nachtrag und biographische literarische skizze 

von Godfried Becker. 

Scintilations from ; tr. by Stern. 1873.. . 839 3 

Herder. Sammtliche werke. 1820. 32 v. 830 73 

Heyse. Novellen in versen. 1873. a v. 831 20 

Humboldt, A., t/tf«. Letters to Vamhagen 

von Ense. 1827-58 836 5 

Klopstock. Der Messias. 1818. 4 v. . 831 53 

K6RNER. Cor. with Schiller. 1849. 3 v. 836 15 

Life, with sel. from poems, etc. 1827 . . 830 9 

sammtliche werke. 1842. 2 v 831 27 

Kotzebue. Dramatic works ; trans, by 

Thompson. 1802. 3 V 832 25 

Contents: V. i. Rolla.— Pizarro.— Count Benyowsky. 
V. 2. The Stranger. — Lovers* vows. — Happy family. 
V. 3. Adelaide of Wulfingen. — False delicacy.— Deaf 
and dumb. — Indian exiles. 

Theatre. 1841. 40 v. in 20 832 5 

(See content! in printed catalogue of 1871.) 
Lessing. Dramatic works ; tr. by Bell. 

1878. 2 V 832 43 

Contents: V. i. Miss Sara Sampson.— Philotas. — 

Emilia Galofti. — Nathan the wise. 
V. 3. Damon. — The young scholar. — The old maid. 

— The woman-hater.— The Jews. — The freethinker. — 

The treasure. — Minna von Rarnhelm. 

Gesammelte werke. 1864 . 830 B-i i 

Contents: V. i. Sinngedichte. — Anhang. — Lieder. — 
Anhang. — Oden. — Fabeln und erztfhlungen. — Die Juden. 
Der Freigeist.— Deleter Faust. — Werther der besscre. — 
Miss Sara Samson. — Philotas. — Minna von Barnhelm. — 
Emilia Galotti. — Nathan der weise. — Briefe aus dem 
zweiten theile der schriften. — £in vade mecum fUr den 
Herrn S. G. Lange, pastor in Laublingen. — Rettungen 
des Horaz.— Abhandelungen Uber die Fabel.—Vorreden, 



etc. — Sophokles. — Wie die alten den Tod gehili 
quarische Briefe. 

V. 3. Laokoon. — Zerstraute Anmerkungez 
Epigramm und Einigeder vomehmaten Epigrai 
— Hamburgische Dramaturgic. — Vom Alter 
aus dem Theophiliu Presbyter. — Zur GescI 
Literatur. — Theologische Streitschriften. — 
Falk.— Briefe, etc. 

Laocoon ; tr. by Phillimore. 1874 

Same ; tr. by Frothingham. 1874 

Nathan the wise ; tr. by Frothingham, 

with Fischer's essay. 1878 

Luther. Hymns ; tr. by Bacon & Allen. 
Reading notes on ; by Edmunds. 1883, i 
Mendelssohn. (See page 124.) 

Mozart. Letters i 769-1 791. 2v 

NoRDAU. Paradoxes. 1886 

PUTLITZ. Forest voices; tr. 1886 

Reuter. De Reis* nat Belligen. 1867.. 

Hanne Ntite. 1868 

Kein Husang. 1865 

L^uschen un Rimels. 1868. 2 v 

RiCHTER. Levana ; trans. 1863 

SSlmmtliche werke. 1840. 33 v. in 16. 
Contents : V. 1-9. Die unsichtbare Loge. 
V. 3. Quintus Fixlein. Einige Jus de b 
Mannpersonen. 
V. 4. Auswahl aus des Teufels Papieren. 
V. 5-8. Hesperus. 
V. 9. GrOnllndische Prozesse. 
V. 10. Biographische Belustigungen. — 1 
senior. 

V. ii-ia. Siebenkas: Blumen, Frucht nn 
stQcke. 

V. 13. Kampaner Thai und Holzschn 
Paul's briefe. — Konjektural-Biographie. 
V. 14. Fata und werke vor und in NQmbet 
V. 15-16. Titan. 

V. 17. Komischer Anhang zum Titan. — K 
tiana. — Das heimliche Klaglied der jetzigen 
Die Wunderbare Gcsellschaft in der Neujahn 
V. i8-to. Vorschule der iEsthetik. — Kleir 
schau. — Kleine Nachschule zur arsthetiacheo 
V. 20-21. Flegeljahre. 
V. 22-93. Levana, oder Erzielehre. — Erg! 
Levana. — Freiheits-BUchlein. 
V. 24. Dr. Katzenbergers Badrcise. 
V. 25. Friedenspredigt an Deutschland. — I 
gen fUr Deutschland. — Mars und Ph&bus Thr 
— Politische Fastenpredigten. 

V. 26. Lebcn Fibels. — Das Feldpredigers 
Reise nach FlStz. 
V. 27. Museum.— Uebcr die Deutschen Do] 
V. 28-29. l^cr Komet. — Briefe an Friedric 
Jakobi. 
V. 30-31. Herbst blumine. 
V. 32. Gesammelte AufsStze und Dichtunf 
V. 33. Selina. — Vorlaufigc Gedanken. 

RucKERT. Wisdom of the Brahmin, be 

tr. \iy Brooks , 

ScHEFER. The world-priest ; tr. byBrooki 

1873 



GERMAN LITERATURE. 



167 



Complete works ; /</., with re- 

and neiRf trans, by Hempel. 

2 ▼ 830 B-i 

'«.* V. 1. Sketch of life.— Poetical works.— 
ers. — Frisco. — Love and intrifue. — The misan- 
HoBULSC of the arts.— Don Carlos.— Mary Stu- 
d oi Ortcaas. — On the use of the chorus in 
•>Bridc of Messina. — Camp of Wallenstein.— 
tni.— I>eath of Wallenstein.-Wilhelm Tell.- 
ous works. — ^Demetrius. — Warbeck.— The Mal- 
itldren of the house. 

History of the revolt of the United Netherlands. 
id execution of Egmont and Horn.— Siege of 
I, 1584-85. — History of the thirty years^ war in 
f. — On the connection of man's animal and 

natures. — The ghost-seer.-^Philosophical let- 
hough ts concerning the first human society. — 
meous essays, etc. 

ii Gcethe. 1877. 2v 8369 

Lh Kdrner. 1849. 3 v 836 15 

if Wallenstein ; tr. by Coleridge, 810 7 

Lramas and romances ; trans, by 

I. 1867 83228 

rmts .- The robbers. — Frisco. — Love and intrigue. 
etrius. — Ghost-seer. — Sport of destiny. 

cal dramas ; trans. 1854 832 29 

5 832 30 

rMl$ : Don Carlos.— Mary Stuart. — Maid of Or- 
-Bride of Messina. 

re of the arts; tr. by Brooks 831 14 

knart ; trans, by F. A. Kemble. .822.2 227 

ccolomini ; tr. by Coleridge Sio 7 

; trans, by Bowring. 1874 831 12 

and ballads ; tr. by I.ytton 831 13 

hts concerning the first human 

rty 830 B-2 

iiche werke. 1855. 2 v 830 B-9 

t^mtt.' V. I. Gedichte. — Die Rauber. — Fiesco zu 
L— Ksbale und Liebe. — Der Menschenfeind. — Die 
gnag der Kunste. — Metrische Uebersetsungcn. — 
:srlos.—Phldra Wallenstein .—Macbeth .—Wilhelm 
•Tsnadot, Prinzessin von China. — Der Parafit 
lie Kunst.— Der Neffe als Onkel.— Maria Stuart. - 
lu von Orleans. — Die Braut von Me«i»ina. — 



u. Geschichte des Abfalls der Vcreinigten Niedcr- 
— Gcschichte des DreissigjKhrigen Kriegs.— Prosa- 
Schriftca. 

K. historical and dramatic ; trans. . 832 31 

Umis: Revolt of the Netherlands.— Wallenhtein's 
—The Piccolomini.— Death of Wallenstein.— Wil- 
Tell. 

SL. .Esthetic and miscellaneous 

ks; tr. by Millington. i860. . . . 834 i 

ffUAUR. Select essays; tr. by 

pperi, rfa/. 1881 I93 17 

Sfanmtliche werke. 1837. 2 v.. 830 B- 13 

V. I. Kaiser Octsvianus. — Leben und Tod 
Gcaorers. — Der Abschied.— Leben und Tod 

Nothklppchens. — Fortunat. — Phantasus : 
Eckbcn*— Der getrene £ckart.'->Der Runen- 



berg. — Liebessauber. — Liebesgeschichte der schBnen 
Magelone.— Die Elfen.— Der Pokal.— Der Blaubart.— 
Der gestiefelte Kater.— Die Verkehrte Welt.— Leben und 
Thaten des kleinen Thomas. — Wm. Lovell. — Das grttne 
Band. 

V. a. Abdallah. — Die BrQder.— Almansur.— Denk- 
wQrdige Geschichtschronik der SchildbQrger, — Die Sie- 
ben Weiber des Blaubart. — Leben des Kaisers Abraham 
Tonelli. — Das jQngste gericht.— Prinz Zerbino. — Karl 
von Berneck. — Das Ungehauer. — AUa-Moddin.— Hcrr 
von Fuchs. — Epicrcne. — Die Theegesellschaft. — Die Ge- 
schichte von den Heymondskindern. — Sehr wunderbare 
historie von der .Melusina. — KJSnig Kother. — Das Donau- 
weib, Erste akt. — Prologe.— Der autor. — Schicksal. — Die 
MSnnliche Mutter. — Die Rcchisgelehrten. — Die Versoh- 
nung. — Der Fremde. — Die Freunde. — Der geheimniss- 
voUe. — Peter Lebrecht. — Die beiden merkwQrdigsten 
tage aus Siegmund's Leben. — Fermer. — Der naturfreund. 
— Die gelehrte Gcscllschaft. — Der P&ycholog. — Der ro- 
man in briefen. — Ein Tagebuch. — Ulrich — Die Gemalde. 
— Die verlobung. — Die Reisenden. — Der Jahrmarkt. — 
Musikalische Leiden und Freuden. — Pietro von Abano. 
Uhland. Songs and ballads ; tr. by Skeat. 831 26 
WiBLAND. Oberon ; tr. by Sotheby. 2 v. 831 4a 

S&mmtliche werke. 18 14. 45 v 830 13a 

ZSCHOKKE. Gesammeltc schriften. 27 v. 830 105 
Conttnts : V. 1-15. Novellen und Dichtungen. 
V. 16-37. Lichens weisheit und religion. 

Prosk Fiction. 

{Including translations.) 

Arndt. Die mondhere — 10401 

AuER. It is the fashion ^^701 

AUERBACH. Aloys ; tr —117 

Professor's lady 14146 

Auf der h5he —139 

Black Forest village stories —109 

Brigitta {Ger,) "~I35 

Same ; trans .^127-1- 

Convicts .»ii3-|. 

Edelweiss ..no-f- 

Foresters •— >I26 

Der forstmeisler '-136 

German evenings "-123 

German tales —124 

Joseph in the snow »i 12 

Landolin von Reutershofen —=137 

Same ; trans —120 

i^ittle Barefoot — 1 1 1 

Lorley and Rcinhard *-i2i 

Master Bieland —133-1- 

On the heights .»ioi-)- 

Poet and merchant —119 

Spinoza ; trans — 131 

Two stories —13a 

Villa on the Rhine =—104-1- 

VValdfried ; trans =-107-1- 

Ballestkkm. Ilaideroslein (OV/.) -=10501 

Bauer. Must it be — >i20i 



168 



GERMAN PROSE FICTION. 



Becker. Charicles 391 6 

Gallus 391 7 

Beyer. Arja — 730i 

BiERMATZKi. The Hallig — 2101 

Blum and Wahl. Seaside and fireside 

fancies —5 loi 

Bodenstedt. Morningland —6401 + 

Bothmer. Poet hero — 370i 

Brack vcx;el. Beaumarchais ; trans —2201 

Brouwer. Akbar —6501 

BUERSTERBINDER (E. Wemer). Der egoist. — ^515 

Fruehlungsboten — 451 1 

Gespreingte fesseln —45 10 

Good luck — *450i 

Hermann —4507 

Hero of the pen —4508 

No surrender — *4512 

Success and how he won it ^^513 

Um hohen preis — ^5i7 

Under a charm ^^5^4 

Vineta {Ger.) — 45^6 

Same ; trans —4503+ 

Campe. Robinson the younger —5601 

Carlyle {trans.). German romance — 1416 

Chamisso. Peter Schlemil ; trans — 1601 

Collection Schick, v. 1-4 — 10901 

Centtnts: V. x. Hant der TrSumcr. — Verlorenes 
mtthen. — Erste Hebe ; by R. Lindau. — Vornehme welt. 
— Das mKdchen von Oyas ; by Lewald. — Die mSdchen 
des pensionatt. — Der besuch im career ; by Eckstein. — 
Der Footsen commandeur ; by Wilbrandt. 

v. 2. L'Arrabiata. — Beppe der Sternseher.— Maria 
Francisca; by Heyse.— TrudeKs ball.— Flinserrs glttck 
und ende ; by Hopsen. — Wider den strom ; by Eckstein. 
— Der Shylock von Barnow. — Nach dem hSheren gesetz ; 
by Francos. — Das kind ; by Droz. 

V. 3. Bekenntnisse einer armen seele ; by Wichert. — 
Tttdliche fehde ; by R. Lindau.— Mein freund, der grttn- 
der ; by Rodcnberg. — Kunst und natur ; by Rosenthal- 
Bonin. — Herr und frau Bewer; by P. Lindau. — Eine 
abend wanderung ; by Eckstein. — Montka Waldvogel ; 
by Jensen. — Frau von F.; by Heyse. 

V. 4. Garsten curator ; by Storm. — Der stumme 
Rathsherr; by Riehl. — Ein erster und ein letzter ball; 
by HacklSnder. — Im park von Villers ; by R. Lindau. — 
Am heiligen damm ; by Wilbrandt. — Die philosophie 
eines kusses; by Lorm. — Der gute alte onkel ; by 
Seidel. — Das mSdchen von Treppi.*— Anfang und ende ; 
by Heyse. — Der ewige student; by Sacher-Masoch. 

CORVUS. In omnibus charitas {Ger.) _()512 

Daal. Anna, the prof's daughter _()5o8 

Dahn. Kleine romane aus der volker- 

wanderung. 4 v —8006 

Conitnts: V. i. Felicitas ((7#r.). 

V. a. Bissula {Ger.). 

V. 3. Gelimer {Gtr.). 

V. 4. Die schlimmen Nonnen von Poitiers. 

Felicitas (trans.) —8003 

Struggle for Rome —8001 



Delitzch. Jos6 and Benjamin 

Derval. Far from home 

Perilous venture 

T>2,yfKLL,]. Van, pseud. (A Kiihne). Eii 
Frtthlingstraum 

Eine Schweizerpension 

Great lady , 

DeWille. Johannes Olaf 

DiELiTZ. Hunters of the world 

Traveller's adventures 

DiNGELSTEDT. Amazon, The 

Ebers. .^gyptische koenigstochter 

Burgomaster's wife 

Eine frage 

Egyptian princess 

Emperor 

Die frau burgemeisteren 

Homo sum ; trans 

Der kaiser 

A question 

Die schwestem 

Serapis {Ger.) 

Same ; trans 

The sisters 

Uarda {Ger.) 

Same ; trans 

A word ; only a word 

Eckstein. Quintus Claudius ; trans 

Prusias ; trans 

The will 

Eden, trans. Fairy fancies 

Elizabeth, Queen of Roumania. Pil 

grim sorrow 

Faustus 

FoNTANE. EUernklipp 

FOUQUE. (See Lamotte-Fouque). 

Franzos. Jews of Barnow 

Fkenzel. Die geschwister 

Freytag. Aus einer kleinen stadt 

Die BriJder vom Deutschen hause 

Debit and credit 

Die geschwister 

Ingo 

Ingo und Ingraban 

Ingraban 

Lost manuscript 

Marcus Koenig 

Das nest der Zaunkfinige 

Soil und haben. 2 v 

Die verlorene handschrift 

Friedrichs. Lost dispatch 

Galwitz. Magdalcna 

Gerst.-ecker. Each for himself 

Frank Mildman's adventures 



GERMAN PROSE FICTION. 



169 



ier —3002 

aler 024501 

'ran Domina —8805 

Lutine .*. —8806 

ne —8801 + 

Hective affinities —1003 

id tales —1004 

Meister — 1005-h 

so, pages X65-X66.) 

Aus der knabenzeit «-68o9 

r und seine s5hne —6806 

Irodt —6812 

r reihe =681 1 

tn SerapionsbrUder — «68o7 

mgsertner 1.16808 

T vom geiste —6801 

je Pestalozzi's —6805 

1 night to light .1^813 

r von Kom .-6803 

DKR. Der alte lehnstuhl, etc . . . —2015 

blue glasses 58334 

the counter —=2003 

s of St. Albans —2013 

ikle stunde -B2004 

ting and enchanted —2009 

m slave life ^2010 

icn fruit —2001 + 

aidenhaus —2014 

ettcl ^2016 

iHH, Count fss. Faustina.. .... ..5301 

HG. Aspasia — 8ioi-h 

Family feud — iioi-f 

ERG. Henry of Afterdingen .... —4801 
;n. Last days of a king ...... .^2801 + 

Severa ^7801 -h 

Lichtenstein ..7903 

[ook, etc *— 7901-h 

nfs : Longnose. the dwarf. —Little Mook. — Ca- 
noed stork. — Adventures of Said. — Stone-cold 
•The silver florin. 

a, Lizzie of the mill >-»690i 

5S girl — 6902-h 

rretchen's joys and sorrows ^2901 

Mistress of Ibichstein -^701 -|- 

Annina, etc. (Ger.) -"204 

ftsa. (Ger.) —209 

; trans —216 

iden. — Marion, etc ^201 

kc —215 

iamen. etc —203 

dein Herr sein «— 210 

:k von Rothenburg ^223 

disc. 3v. —213 

life (trans.) —219+ 

dcrvelt 3v —211 



Das m&dchen von Treppi, etc 

Mutter und kind. 

Troubadour novellen 

HiLLERN, W. von. Die Geier-Wally 

Doppel leben. 2 v 

Ein arzt der seele 

Elsie and her vulture 

Graveyard flower 

The hour will come 

Only a girl 

Atwofoldlifc 

Vulture maiden 

HoFER. Die bettelprinzess 

Haus an haus 

Land und see 

The old countess 

Hoffman, F. Buried in the snow 

Dominic 

Iron age of Germany 

Iron head 

Prince Wolfgang 

Treasure of the Inca 

Horn. Count Sylvius 

Immrrman. Der oberhofF 

Jean Paul. (See Richter.) 

Jensen. Metamorphoses 

Die pfeifer vom Dusenbach 

Vom alten stamm 

John, E. (E. Marlitt). Amtmann's magd. 

At the councillor's 

Bailiff's maid 

Banned and blessed 

Countess Gisela 

Das geheiipniss der alten Ma'msell 

Goldelse 

Gold Elsie 

Das Haideprinzesschen 

Im Schillingshof 

In hause des commerzienrathes 

In the Schillingscourt 

Lady with the rubies 

Little moorland princess 

Old ma'mselle's secret 

Over yonder 

ReichsgrSlfen Gisela 

Second wife 

Thuringer erzahlungen 

Die zweite frau 

JUNCKER. Margarethe - 

Keller. Das sinngedicht 

KoHN. Gabriel 

KoMPERT. Scenes from the Ghetto 

Kuhne, a. (See Dewall, Johannes Van.) 
Lamotte-Fouque. Four seasons 



—202 
—207 
—222 
—312 

—3*4 
—319 

—320 

—321 

-318 

—307-4- 

—315 
—311 
—2705 
—2703 
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—2701 -h 
—5405 
—5401 

—5404 
—5402 

—5403 
—5406 
—8201 
—6301 

—9603 
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-556 
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— 508-h 

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—549 
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—538+ 

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—520 

-3802+ 

—8301 

—1 801 

—9201 

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GERMAN PROSE FICTION. 



Romantic fiction 

Sintram —901 

Thiodolf, the Icelander '"9^3 

Undine ; trans *— 902 

Der zauberring —906 

LVUZEN. Not in their set —4301 

Lbwald, F. (See Stahr.) 

LiNDAU. Der gast —10502 

Gordon Baldwin 52239 

Gttte gesellschaft ^10301 

Liquidated, etc 5681 1 

Toggenburg und andere geschichten . . . —10303 
Marlitt, pseud, (See John, E.) 

Magic ring — ai4i2-h 

Memories ; tr. by G. P. Upton — 1401 

Mbybr. Der Heilige —7402 

Georg Jenatsch "~740i 

MuHLBACH, /j<fw</. (See Mundt, C. M.) 
MilLLER, O. Die fibrstersbraut von Neun- 

kirchen —2605 

Dr. G($the*s courtship —2601 

Der postgraf i— 2604 

Professor von Heidelberg "—2603 

MilLLBR, M. Deutsche liebe —6203 

Memories —6201 + 

MuNDT, C. M. (Muhlbach). Andreas 

Hofer ... —403 + 

Bemthal —433 

Berlin and Sans Souci _^|I7-I- 

Daughter of an empress —4154- 

Empress Josephine —429+ 

Frederick the great and his court .^25 + 

Goethe and Schiller «-402 

Henry VIII. and his court ? . —421-1- 

Joseph II. and his court — 42S 

Louisa of Prussia -"413 

Marie Antoinette and her son *^35 

Merchant of Berlin a-=4i9-(- 

Mohammed Ali —416 

Napoleon and Bliicher ""436 

Napoleon and the Queen of Prussia. . . . =-405-1- 

Old Fritz — 407-h 

Story of a millionaire »»422 

MuNDT, T. Count Mirabeau ^2301 -h 

Njeritz. Faithful unto death -^Syoi 

Oertel. How the French took Algiers . . =^03 

Olaf Thorlacksen —802 

Schoolmaster of Abbach —801 

Oswald. Vain forebodings ^10201 -h 

OxENFORD, trans. Tales from the Ge rm an , =—1407-1- 

Palzow. Godway castle -"9505 

Pantenius. Im GotteslUndchen —9509 

Pestalozzi. Leonard and Gertrude -"9507 

POLKO. Familien-ideal — 5004 



Getrennt 

HenensfrQhling and Rosenzeit 

Lola's novel 

PosTL. Cabin book 

R AABB, W. Der hangerpastor 

Raimund. From hand to hand 

Hard heart 

New race > 

Raspb. Munchausen ; ill. by Dor6 

Rau. Mozart 

Reichenbach. The Eichofis 

Reittbr. An old story of my fanning days. 

In the year '13 

Olle Kamellen. 2 v 

5>eed time and harvest 

Schurr Murr 

RiCHTER. Campaner Thai 

Flower, fruit and thorn pieces 

Hesperus 

Invisible lodge 

Maria Wuz 

Titan. 2 v 

Walt and vult 

(See, adso, page 166.) 
RiEHL. Culturgeschichtliche novellen. . . . 

Ring. John Milton and his times • 

RoDENBERG. Grandidlers 

RoQURTTE. Conrad Hagen's mistake 

Curate of Orsiferes 

RoscoE.j trans. German novelists 

RuppiNS. Two hemispheres 

St. W. von. In exile 

Salinger. Schick salstrag6die 

ScHRFFEi,. Ekkehard {fier^ 

Same ; trans 

ScHMiD. Habermeister 

ScHRdDER. Isabel 

ScHUBiN. Our own set 

Sheip. Greek maid 

Specimens of German romance 

Spielhagen. Allzeit voran 

Angela. 2 v 

Aus meinem skizzenbuche 

Blockhouse on the prairie 

Breaking of the storm. 3 v 

Die von Hohenstein 

Hammer und amboltz 

Hammer and anvil 

Hohensteins, The 

In reih' und glied 

Lady Clare de Vere , . , . 

Problematic characters 

Problematische naturen. 2 v 

Quisisana (GW-.) 



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171 



ams —3424 

the house ^3427 

2T —3422 

ight to light '—3404 

—3431 

:hwalbe sang ^3421 

swallow sang —-3401 

idt — loioi 

* stories -BI0102 

r.* Lisa*ft Christmas.— -Buti*s song in Altorf. 

Steneli — 10103 

Lewald). Hulda ... —606+ 

ise —604 

IV. in I —605 

s. Castle Hohenwald —4212 

ids — 4214-h 

—4201 H- 

mnt Erbach —-9101 

ie sChnc dcs senators — 7101 

d Heinz Kuch —7102 

Glory of the house of Israel. . . —41 01 

Die falkner von St. Vigil —9401 

Alsace —1402 

Antinous ; trans —8401 

r.) —8404 

7tr.) —8402 

(rams --8403 

tep waters —141 1 

ales of Fairyland *— 5901 

Schlangenmoos ■— 95 '5 

ononier —=1410 

SEN. Why did he not die? —5501 

The Amazon — -9901 

>wiTZ. Die schlossfrau von 

snstdn — 95^3 

W. King's treasure house. .. . --95 18 

f'mr vtm. Burgomaster's family. —'3201 
S. (See Buersterbinder.) 

PER, M. Veigehens —95 1 7 

L. W. De. Theodore. 1841. 
249 17 

Ruins of the Rhine —MM 

Einc ▼omehme sch wester —705 

* For young 



Green gate —703 

WiLBRANDT. Fridolin's mystical marriage.— «98oi + 

WiLDENHAHN. Diet of Augsburg —8602 

Hans Sachs —8603 

John Arndt —8604 

Martin Luther — 86g^ 

Paul Gerhardt —8605 

Philipp Jacob Spener _86o6 

WiLDERMUTH. Household stories —5201 

Youthful nobility ^1415 

ZcHOKKE. Labor stands on golden feet. . *— >I702 

Novellen. 185 1 830 105 

CoHtents: V. z. Alamontade. — Harmonius. — Der 
Eros. — Die Herrnhuter-familie. 

V. a. Diocletian in Salona. — BIStter aus dem tage- 
buch des armen Pfarr-Vikars von Wihshire. — Die ver- 
klarungen. — Kleine ursachen. — Jonathan Frock. 

V. 3. Ein narr das XIX jahrhunderts. Die weib- 
h'chen stufenjahre. — Dcr railHonair. — Der todte gast. — 
Der Furstenblick. — Das loch im Aermel. 
V. 4. Addrich im Moos. 
V. 5. Der freihof von Aaran. 

V. 6. Der flUchtling im Jura. — Die grQndung von 
Maryland.— Die irrfahrt des Ph.ilhelenen.— Florette.— 
Maryam in der WUste. 

V. 7. Die Prinzessin von WulfenbQtte). — Agathoklas. 
— Der pflanzer in Cuba. — Hermingarda. 

V. 8. Der Pascha von Buda.— Der Creole.— Der Feld- 
weibel. 

V. 9. Das ahenteuer der Neujahrsnacht. — Die WaU 
purgisnacht. — Der blondin von Namur. — Kriegerische 
abenteuer eines Friedfertigen.— Die bohne. — Die nacht 
in Brczwe/mcisl. — Das bein.— Es ist sehr mBgiich.— Er> 
zKhlungen im nebel.— Die islandischen briefe. 

V. 10. KUckwirkungen. — Der zerbrochene krug. — 
Herrn Quints verlobung.— Haus dampf in alien gasseA. 
— Tantchen Rosmarin. — Die rcise wider willen. — Der 
abend vor der hochzeit. — Das wirthshaus zu Cransac. 

V. II. Die ruse von Disentis. — Die Hebe der Ausge- 
wanderten. — Schuize von Celle und CScilie. 

V. 12. Lyonel Harlington. — Die lampe des Anaxa- 
goras. — An Euphrasien Uber dem nachrum.— -Der kSnig 
von Akim. — An Rosais. 

V. 13. Genfer nuvellen. 

V. 14. Bilder aus dem hKusIichen leben. — Schweizer- 
skizze. — Olavides. — Der besuch im Marienbade. 
Princess of Brunswick -VVolfenbuettel . . — 1701 
Sylvester night's adventure —1703 

[For medizval epics, romances and legendi, see pages 
161-162.] 

readers. 



172 



DUTCH. — FLEMISH. — FRENCH. 



DUTCH AND FLEMISH. 



Beets. Le chambre obscure — 1501 

BoMilOFF. Diet., Enj^. and Dutch. 2 V..J439 4-5 

BoSBOOM ToussAiNT. Major Frank —9506 

BoswORTH. Origin of the Dutch. 1846. 439 i 
Bo WRING and Van Dyk. Batavian an- 
thology. 1S24 83125 

Conscience, H. L'ann^e des merveilles. X1005 

Le consent X1007 

Le gant perdu X1003 

Le gentilhomme pauvre X1002 

Les heures du soir X1008 

Le jeune docieur X1006 

Le lion de Flandre Xioio 

Off to California X1013 

L'orpheline X loog 

Scenes de la vie ^amande Xiooi 

Summer evening tales X1012 

Tales of Flemish life Xioi i 

La tombe de fer X 1004 

Conscience, M. Un million comptant .. Xiioi 



Delepierre. O. Sketch of histor>' 

Flemish literature. 1S60 

Erasmus. Colloquies; tr. by Bailey. 
' by Johnson. 1878. 2 v 

In praise of folly; and letter to Sir T. M 
Hewett. Frisian lang. and literature 
Lennep, J. Van. Count of Talavera. 

Rose of Dekamma 

LiEFDE. De. Agnes and Rare] 

Galaraa 

Maid of Stralsund 

Postman's bag 

Walter's escape 

Niew volledig woordenboek dee Ned 

duitsche,Fransche, Engelsche.etc. '. 

Sewel. Diet., Eng. and Dutch. 1754 ; 

ToLLENS. Hollanders in Nova Zemh 

tr. by Van Pell. 1884 

Wallis. In troubled times , 

Wit, De. Fables ; tr. from the Dutch. ; 



FRENCH 



LANGUAGE AND LII 
ATURE. 



LANGUAGE. 

Attwkll. French-English pseudo-syno- 
nyms. 18S6 t44i I 

Brachet. Hist, grammar of French. . . . 445 10 
DiKZ. Int. to grammar of romance lang. 475 i 
Fasnacht. Organic method of studying 

French. 1881 445 5 

Fleming and Tikbins. French-English 

and English- French diet. 1851 {443 i 

GosSET. French prosody. 1884 446 i 

Storr. Hints on French syntax 445 7 

Lewis. Romance languages. 1862 440 i 

LiTTRE. Dietionnaire de la langue fran- 

9aise. 1876. 4 v ^443 B-2 

Supplement to same J443 B-6 

Magill. French grammar. 1870 445 3 

Marmontel. Le9ons d'un p^re sur la 

grammaire 840 328 

Morinisre. French prepositions and idi- 
oms. 1880 445 4 

* For young readerm. 



Same. 2d ed 

Ollendorff. New method of learn 

French. 1848 

Prendergast. (Master)' series.) Fren 

PiNNEY. French teacher. 1850 

Spiers. English-French and French-E; 

lish diet. 1851. 2v 

Wall. Practical and historical Frei 

grammar. 1878 

Williams. Getting to Paris. 1875 . . . 
Wilson. French-English diet. 1834 . 



LITERATURE. 

HISTORY AND CRITICIS 

ASTIE. Louis XV. and the writers of 

age. 1855 

Besant. French humorists. 1877 . . . 
Studies in early French poetry. 187 
Gary. Early French poets. 1846 . . 
Demogeot. Hist, of Fr. literature. . . 

% For reference. 



FRENCH LITERATURE. 



tiog. hist, of academie fran- 

9a8.< 4 

[ellenisine «r» France 

Uilory of Provencal poetry . . 841 7 
a, rise of. Reference IUI, by 

V. 4 16 55 

list, de la littiralure rrangaise 

^ i86g 840 66 

^^^^tt^ ran9ai!ie, jusqu' & 

ulion. 1876- 2v B40 84 

The tTOubadouri. 1878 8413 

ench B24.I 103 

Ki; France 840 igs 

>. French dramnlisrs. 19th cen- 

iSBi 842 91 

lanual of French poelry. 1874, 841 5 
I age. 1885.. 841 47 
. Modern Ikerature of Fr. z v. 840 4 
ir. Primer of Fr. literature... 840 361 
«. of French lileritore. l8Sa . 840 263 
ich bibli<^raph[e9 IS ^9 

La. litl^ratu re franca ise. 6 v. . . 840 no 

Litetature of the French renais- 

1&85 840339 

«. Hist, of Fr. literature. 3 v., ' H40 I 
list. Fr. literature 1 8 th century. 840 261 
Literature of the troubadours. 571 12 
COLLECTIONS, 
cbansons popolairea de la France. 



aiti. French love 
Chefs-d'auvres 

1831. 2V 



U! cl 



,p»gne; 



rIeviUe. 

*iini. Thou^nd flashes of Fr. 

Sc. iB3o 84921 

rf. 1,3 lyre frangaise. 18S1. . . 841 42 

clacsics. 1877. 7v 840 196 

mil- V. I. Cini»: Coriuille.- Ut Itmma 
>: Molitn. 

■qiie : Raci 



!ifaa 



9 d< Scap 



SeleclioDt Fniin Ictien of M'nc dc Sivignc. iic 
SelutioH of laid by modem luthon. 
Lajoueur; Rcfnaid.— U grondcur; Bmcyi 

EKDaca from m«moin of 171)1 century : Louii 

n/. Le E^maiM fran^is. 1877. S41 i 

tJ. Beautiful thoughts from Ft. 

Uian anthorf, 186& (849 I 



173 

Saintsburv. r./. French lyrics. 1881... S41 43 

Specimens of French literature 840 264 

SoHgs of France, with music 784 B-I7 

Theatre (le cam pagne. 1S7S. 3v 792.1 27 

Vancr, Irons. Romantic episodes of me- 

dijevai France. 1868 849 5 

Vll.LEMARQUE. Ballads and siingi of Uril- 

tany ; (r. by Tom Taylor. 1865 841 8 

INDIVIOU.\I. ,\UTHORS. 

PoEiRY, Drama, Ora'iorv, Essays, Eic. 

\I„lludi«s tramlalians.) 

Abi:[.ar[) and Eluisa. Letters. iSoz. . . 846 40 

About. 866. 2 v S44 12 

Thd-al 1804 84264 



;e.— Le 



— L'*duc 



by brclle. 843 g6 
; eJ. by Brelle. el al 842 95 



842 97 



[ER and San-deau. I. 


gen 


(ire de M, 




Les 




CaI'ENDU. 


faun bon 






a.-LV 



V, 3-6. M<aioir«.— PAitiun, elc— LeIIrei. 
BiCLOT anJ Villetard. I« testament de 

C£sar Girodot 842 107 

Bkrancer. Demieres chansons. 1S59. ' 841 iB 

CEuvres. 1867. 2 v 841 16 

200 lyrical poeins ; tr. by Voung. 1869. 841 lo 
Blaze i)E Bury. La l^ende Je VersaiUes. 841 31 
Blaze dk Bury. M'mt. Racine and 

French cla»>ical drama. 1S45 842 90 

BoiLEAU. (Euvres. 1746. 4V 840 233 



ir Dcs M 



— SalLte 



tttixKTit criiiquei. 
V. (. UiKerotdeiDinan.— Lettrei, alc. 

BossuET, CEuvres. 1870. 4V 8406-3 

BouiLLV. L'abbe de I'fipto ; Kasmer, eJ. S43 74 
BRtiEVS and HalaprET. Le grondeur ; rd. 

by Masson, 1877 840 30I 

Caumont. Choix de lectures. 1854. a v. 849 13 
Chateaubriand. (P.uvreseompletea. 3OV. S40 47 



174 



FRENCH LITERATURE. 



V. xa. Voyage en Am^rique. 
V. 13. Voyage en Italie. 
V. 14-X7. Gdnie du Christian! sme. 
V. 18. Atala. — Ren^. — Le dernier Abenc^age. — 
Poemes. 
V. i9-ai. Les martyrs. 
V. 3a-a3. Les Natchez. 
V. 34. Poesies. — Molse. 
V. 35. Melanges hiatoriques. 
V. a6-a8. Melanges politiques. 
V. 39-31. Polemique, etc. 
V. '33-33. Essai sur la Htterature anglaise. 
V. 34-35. Le Paradis perdu de Milton. 

Chknier. GBuvres anciennes. 1S26 329.34 

GSuvres posihumes. 1826 841 22 

Collin-Harleville. Chateaux en £s- 

pagne 842 2 

L'optimiste S42 i 

CONDORCET. CEuvres completes. 21 v.. 840 211 

CanttHts: V. 1-4. £logcs dcs Academiciun^. 

V. 5. Vie de M. Tiirgot. 

V. 6-7. Vie de Voltaire. 

V. 8. Progrcs de Pesprit humaine. 

V. 9. Sur Pinstruclion publique. 

V. 10. Lettres d^un thtfologiun. 

V. 11-18. Melanges dc politique. 

V. 19-31. Melanges d*6cononiie politique. 

COPPEE. The passer-by ; tr. by Luigi. 842 108 

COR.^EILLE. Cinna; ed. by Masson. 1877. 840 196 

Chefs-d'cEuvre de. 1823. 4 v 840 7 

Contents: V. 1-3. (Same as in v. 1-3 of " CEuvres 

choisies," below.) 
V. 4. Ariane.— Lc Comte d' Essex. —Le fcstin de 

Pierre. 

Le mentcur ; ed. by Masson. 1877 .... S40 197 
CEuvres choisies. 1842. 4 v 842 3 

Contents: V. i. l^logc ; par Racine. — Vie; par Fon- 
teuelle. — Lc Cid. — Horace. — Cinna. 

V. 2. Polyeucie. — Lc mentcur. — Pomp^e. — Kodogune. 

V. 3. Hcraclius. — Don Sanche d'Aragon. — Nicomfede. 
— Sertorius. 

V. 4. Sophonisbe. — Oihon. — Discours sur Tart dra- 
matrque. 

Cousin. Fragments et souvenirs. 1857.. S44 16 
Crebillon, /tV^. • CKuvres. 1812. 3 v.. S42 40 

Contents: V. 1. Notice sur Crobillon. — Idomoiicc. — 
Atr6e et Thyeste. — filectrc. 

V. 2. Rhadamisthe ct Zenobic— Xerxes. — Scmiramis. 

V. 3. Pyrrhus.— Catilina. — Le Triumvirat. — Discours 
academiques. 

Delay IGNE. Les enfant s d*£douard. 842 74 

Theatre. 1870. 3 V 842 65 

Contents: V. i. I>cs vdpres Siciliennes. — Les Com- 
ediens. — Le paria. — L'ecolc dcs vieillards. — La Prin- 
cesse Aurelie. 

V. 3. Marino Faliero. — Luuis XL — Les cnfants d' 
£douard. — Don Juan d'Autriche. 

V. 3. Une famileau tempsdc Luther. — La populat'it^. 

— La fille du Cid. — Le conseillcr rapporteur. — Charles VL 

Dklorme, Jos. /j^«</. (See Saintc-Heuve.) 

Desbordes-Valmore. Po6sies. 1872.. 841 13 

Desmoulins. Oiuvres. 1874 3293 3 



DiDBROT. CEuvres choisies. 1874. 2 
C&mtent* : V. i. Vie ; par Genin. — La 
M'me de la Pommeraye. — Phre Hudson. — 1 
Desglands. — Les deux amis de Bourbonn 
M. Papin. — Ceci n*est pas un conte. — His 
roches et de M'me de la Carli^re. — M orceai 
V. a. Le neveu de Rameau. — Sakms. 
d^tach^. 

Diderot aim/ Grimm. Memoirs, etc., frc 

the cor. of 1753-1790. 4 v 

Du Bartas. Divine weekes and worke 

tr. by Sylvester 

Dudevant, M'me, (See Sand, George. 
DuMANOiR and Lafargue. Le gent 

homme pauvre 

Dumas, Phe, Les demoiselles de Sail 

Cyr ; Tarver, ed 

M'lle de Belle Isle ; tr.by F. A. Kembl< 
DuvEVRiER (M61esville). Michael Perri 

Masson, ed 

Erckmann-Chatrian. Alsace ; dram 
La guerre ; ed, by Clapin. 1883. . . . 

Les Rantzau 

Feuillet. La f6e 

Fo.NTENELLE. Dialogues of the dead. I7( 

Gautier. Les grotesques. 1871 

Genlis, M'me de. Theatre d'educatic 

1829. 5 V 

Contents: V. i. La mort d*Adam. — i 
desert.— -Isaac. — Joseph. — Ruth et No^mi— 
.Sarepta. — Ketour de jcunc Tobie. 

V. 3. La colombe. — \a belle et la bete.- 
— L'ile heurcuse. — L*enfant git^. — La c 
dangers du monde. 

V. 3. L^aveugle de Spa. — Cecile. — Les e 
^reuses. — La bonne m6rc. — L'intrigante. 

V. 4. Le bal d'enfans. — Le voyageur 
Les fuux amis. — Le magistrat. 

\\ 5. La rosi^re de Salency. — La m 
modes. — La ling^re. — Le libraire. — Le vr 
portrait. 

GiRARDiN, M*me DE. La joit fait pet 

Gerard, ed. 

GozLAN. La pluie et le beau temps 

Gresset. Le mechant 

GRIM.M aud Diderot. Memoirs, etc., fr< 

the cor. of 1753-1790. 4 V 

Guerin, E. DE. Lettres. 1881 

Same ; tr. into Eng 

GuizoT. Shakespeare and his limes. i8j 
Hervilly. La soupiere 

Vent d'ouest 

HoussAVE. Life in Paris. 1875 

Philosophers and actresses. 2 v 

Hugo. Feuilles d'automne. — Chants 
cr6puscle. i860 

Hernani ; Masson, ed. 

Inez de Castro 



FRENCH LITERATURE, 



175 



iSo 84.1 36 

reUbu — TEtuy Bias. — Les bur- 

1860 841 26 

upladoTis. 1830-1845 84123 

K vents de Tesprit. 1881. 2 v.. 841 39 

allades. — L^es ortentales. i860. 841 24 

ei religion. x88o 841 48 

!( (poetical) ; tr. by various au- 

ed. by Williams. 1885 841 49 

iare. 1864 822.3 130 

of; by Swinburne. 1886 928.4 116 

rom poems ; by Carrington. 1885. 841 52 

oada. 1882 842 93 

ILZAC, ei aL Pictures of the 

:h. 1840 849 22 

849 23 

f.The. 1739 84710 

.A maison close. 1870 84423 

nts sur les t. 1883 844 41 

propos. 1859 844 15 

it la pluie. 1880 844 24 

Mind my garden 504 37 

I autour de mon jardin. 1861 . . . 844 14 
and Jolly. Le grammaire ; Pe- 

XL^£d 842 76 

and Martin. Le voyage de 

%. Perichon 842 106 

iYE. £ (Dr. R. Lefebvre). Paris in 

«ca. 1863 84715 

Marie Stuart ; Lallemand, ed. . . 842 76 

KKK. Characters; tr. by Van Laun. 844 43 

TAINE. Fables; tr. by Wright. . . 849 2 

X841. 2v 8493 

s. 1825. 4v 84917 

INS. Harmonies po6tiques et re- 
uses. 1845 84130 

ft. 1847 84132 

tte d'un ange. 1845 841 31 

es pour tous. 1875 849 12 

Pes meditations po^*tiques. — Le 
ier chant du p^lerinage d' Harold. 

MBt du sacre. 1845 841 29 

fcfcs meditations po^tiques. — La 

t de Socratie. 1848 841 28 

lements po^tiques. 1845 841 33 

(Eavres choisies. 1843 841 20 

Ittdt: Odch. — £pitres. — Epigrammes, etc. 
OU Dr. R. (See Laboulaye, £.) 

II Antoar d'un berceau 842 106 

. CEnvres. 1840 840 B-7 

Lediabte boiteux.— Gil Bias.— Guzman d* 

^ Lc bachelier de Salamanque. — Crispin rival 

.-^Tarcaret. 
md MIUIVG. Le roman de la rose. 

. a T 841 50 



Mace. Theatre du petit chateau 842 93 

Conitnts: L'ann^ nouvelle. — A brebis tondue Dieu 
mesure le vent.— Une lettre. — Les ricochets.—!^ revoke 
des fleurs. — La larmes d'une m^re. — La le9on de gtfo- 
praphie. — > Le composition d'histoire. — Le palau du 
temps. — L^utilit^ de la douleur. — Souvenirs de pension. 
Maistre, X. DE. Journey round my room. 849 24 

CEuvres completes. 1876 840265 

Contents: Notice; par Sainte-Beuve. — Voyage an- 
tour de ma chambre. — Expedition nocturne. — Le l^preux 
de la cit6 d'Aoste. — Les prisonniers du Caucase.— >La 
jeune .Sib^rienne. 

Malherbe. CEuvres, po<^sies et prose. . . 841 30 

Contents : Odes. — Stances. — Sonnets, etc. — Lettres. 
Marmontel. G^uvres. 1787. 17 v. . . . 840304 

Contents: V. 1-3. Contes moraux. 

V. 4. Beliiaire. — Essai sur le gout. 

V. 5-10. £l6mens de litt^rature. 

V. II-I3. Les Incas.- 

V. 13-14. La Pharsale de Lucan. 

V. 1S-16. Theatre: Denis le tyran.— Aristomtee.'— 
Cl^patre. — Les H^raclides. — Numitor. — Didon. — PAn^ 
lope. — Z6mire and Azor. — L'ami de la maison. — Lucile. 
— Silvain. — La fausse magie. — Apologie du Thtetre. 

V. 17. Melanges! 

CEuvres posthumes. 1807. 13 v 840 321 

Contents : V. 1-4. M6moires d*un p^re. 
V. 5-8. Le9ons d'un p^re a ses enfans, sur la morale, 
la logique, la metaphysique, et la grammaire. 
V. 9-10. Regence du Due d'Orleans. 
V. II. Melanges. 
V. 13. Nouveaux contes moraux. 

MiRABEAU. CEuvres. 1827. 9 V 840 186 

Contents: V. i-a. Lettres des prisons d'etat. 
V. 3-5. Lettres k Sophie. 
V. 6. Histoire de Berlin. 
V. 7-9. Discours et opinions. 

Mistral. Mireio ; a Proven9al poem . . . 841 11 

MoiNAUX. Les deux sourdes 843 107 

MOLIERE. Characters ; by Clarke. 1865. 84333 

Dramatic works ; tr. by Van Laun. 1878. 

3 V. (I St.) 842 48 

Contents: V. x. Memoir. — The blunderer. — The 
love-tiflf. — The pretentious young ladies. — Sganerelle. — 
Don Garcia of Navarre. — School for husbands. — The 
bores.— School foi' wives. — School for wives criticised. 
— The impromptu of Versailles. — The forced marriage. 
V. 2. Princess of Elis.— Don Juan.— Love is the best 
doctor. — The misanthrope. — The physician in spite of 
himself.— Melicerte.— Comic pastoral. — The Sicilian. — 
Tartuffe. Amphitryon. — George Dandin. 

V. 3. The miser.— Mons. de Pourceaugnac. — The 
magnificent lovers.— The citizen who ai>es the nobleman. 
—Psyche.— Rogueries of Scapin — Countess of Escar- 
bagnas. — The learned ladies. — The imaginary invalid. — 
Jealousy of Le Barbouillc. — The flying doctor. 

I^s fourberies de Scapin ; eJ. by Masson. 840 198 
I^s femmes savantes ; fd. by Masson. . . 840 196 

Giuvres. 1833. 3 v. (incomplete) 84229 

Contents: V. i. Don Garcie de Navarre. — L*6cole 
des maris. — Les fachcux.— L'ecole des femmes. 

V. a. L' amour m6decin. — Le misanthrope. — Le m^decin 
malgr^ lui.— Melicerte.— Pastorale comique.— Le Sicilien. 



174 



FRENCH LITERATURE. 



V. la. Voyage en Am^rique. 
V. 13. Voyage en Italie. 
V. 14-17. G^niedu Christianisme. 
V. 18. Aula. — Ren^. — Le dernier Abencfcrage. — 
Poemes. 
V. 19-21. Les martyrs. 
V. 33-33. Les Natchez. 
V. 34. Poesies. — Molse. 
V. 35. Melanges historiques. 
V. 36-28. Melanges politiques. 
V. 39-31. Polemique, etc. 
V. '32-33. E&sai sur la litteratiire anglaise. 
V. 34-35. Le ParaUis perdu de Milton. 

Chknier. CEuvres anciennes. 1S26 329.34 

GSuvres poslhumes. 1S26 841 22 : 

Collin-Harleville. Cliatcaux en £s- 

pagne S42 2 

L'optimiste S42 i 

CONDORCET. (Euvres completes. 21 v. . S40 211 

ConUnts : V. x-4. ^logcs dcs Acad^miciuns. 

V. 5. Vic dc W. Tiirgoi, 

V. 6-7. Vie dc Voltaire. 

V. 8. Progrcs dc Pcsprit humainu. 

V. 9. Sur Pinstniction publique. 

V. 10. Lettres d*un theologian. 

V. 11-18. Melanges dc polilitiue. 

V. 19-21. Melanges d*economie politique. 

COPPEE. The passer-by ; tr. by Luigi. . . . 842 108 
CORNEILLE. Cinna; ed. by Masson. 1S77. 840 196 

Chefs-d'oeuvre de. 1823. 4 v S40 7 

Contents: V. 1-3. (Same as in v. i-j of "(.Euvres 
choisies,'* below.) 

V. 4. Ariane.— Lc Comte d'Essex.— Le fcstin de 
Pierre. 

Le mentcur ; ed. by Masson. 1S77 .... 840 197 

fJiluvres choisies. 1842. 4 v 842 3 

Contents: V. 1. £loge ; par R.i«.ine.— Vic; par Fon- 
tenelle. — Le Cid. — Horace— Cinna. 

V. 2. Polyeucte. — Le mentcur. — Pompee. — Rodogune. 

V. 3. Heraclius.— Don Sauche d'Aragon. — Nicora5de. 
— Sertorius. 

V. 4. Sophonisbe. — Othon. — Discours sur Part dra- 
matique. 

Cousin. Fragments et souvenirs. 1857. . 844 16 
Crebillon, /cV^. G£uvres. 1812. 3 v. . ^42 40 

Contents: V. i. Notice sur Crehinon.--Idc)moi»ee. — 
Atr6e et Thyestc. — filectrc. 

V. 2. Rliadamisthe ci Zi-nobic— Xerxes. — Scmiramis. 

V. 3. Pyrrlius.— Caiilina. — Le Triumvirat. — Discours 
academiques. 

Delavigne. Les enfants d'Edouard. 842 74 

Theatre. 1870. 3 v S42 65 

Contents: V. 1. l/cs vt*pre» Siciliennes. — Les Com- 
ediens. — Le paria. — L'ccolc dcs vieillards. — La Prin- 
cesse Aur(51ie. 

V. 3. Marino Faliero. — Louis XL — Les enfants d* 
£douard. — Don Juan d'Autriche. 

V. 3. Une famileau temps de Luther. — La popularity. 
— LafiUedu Cid. — Le conseillcr rapporteur. — Charles VI. 

Dklorme, Jos. /j^/<</. (See Salute- Bciive.) 
Desbordes-Valmore. Po6sics. 1672.. 841 13 
Desmoulins. G^uvres. 1874 329.3 3 



DiDBROT. (Euvres choisies. 1874. ^ ▼• 8 
C0nttnt*: V. i. Vie; par Genin. — La r^|^ 
M*me de la Pommeraye. — Pb« Hudson. — L^enpb 
Desglands. — Les deux amis de Bourboone. — Lsl 
M. Papin. — Ceci n*est pas an contc. — Histoire d 
roches et de M'me de la Carli^re. — Morceanx ifivc 
V. a. Le neveu de RasMau. — Salons.— Am 
d^tach^. 

Diderot and Grimm. Memoirs, etc., from 

the cor. of 1753-1790. 4v & 

Du Bartas. Divine weekes and workes ; 

tr. by Sylvester 84: 

Dudevant, M*tne. (See Sand, George.) 
DuMANOiR atui Lafargue. Le gentil- 

homme pauvre 84: 

Dumas, Phe. Les demoiselles de Saint- 

Cyr ; Tarver, gd & 

M'Ue de Belle Isle ; tr. by F. A. Kemble.S22. 
Duvevrier (M61esville). Michael Perrin ; 

Masson, ed 8 

ErckmAxVN-Chatrian. Alsace ; drame. 8 

La guerre ; ed, by Clapin. 1883 8 

Les Rantzau 84 

Feuillet. La f6e 84 

Fontenelle. Dialogues of the dead. 1708. 8 

Gautier. Les grotesques. 1 87 1 8 

Genlis, Arme de. Theatre d'education. 

1S29. 5 V 8 

Contents: V. i. 1^ mort d'Adam. — Agar d 
desert. — Isaac. — Joseph. — Ruth et No^mi — Lo Wi 
Sarepta. — Retour de jeunc Tobie. 

V. 3. La colombe.— I<a belle et la bete.— Les I 
— I/ilc heurcuse. — L'enfant gftt^. — La curieufl 
dangers du monde. 

V. 3. L'aveugle de Spa. — Cecile. — Les enneaiJ 
vreuses. — La bonne mfere. — L'intrigante. 

V. 4. Le bal d'cnfans. — Le voyageur.— Val 
Les faux amis. — l^ magistral. 

V. 5. La rosi^re de Salency. — La marchai 
modes. — La ling^re. — Lc libraire. — Le vrai %a% 
portrait. 

G[Raki)IN, M*me de. La joil fait peur; 

Gerard, ed. 8 

Gozlan. La pluie et le beau temps 8| 

Gresset. Le mechant 

(iRiMM and Diderot. Memoirs, etc., from 

the cor. of 1753-1790. 4 v. ... \ 

GuERiN, E. DE. Lettres. 1881 % 

Same ; tr. into Eng \ 

GuizoT. Shakespeare and his times. 1852. 8 
llERViLLY. La soupi^re 8^ 

Vent d'ouest S^ 

HoussAVE. Life in Paris. 1875 

Philosophers and actresses. 2 v 

Hugo. Feuilles d'automne. — Chants da 
cr6puscle. i860 I 

Hernani ; Masson, ed. I 

Inez de Castro 99 



r88o S41 31S 

creldit. — Ruy BIm. — Les bor- 

1860 841 36 

nuplatJMU. 1830-184J 841 13 

sft] y^ 1881. 3v.. 841 39 

orientalei. 1860. S41 34 

iSBa 841 48 

^. by Williams. 18S5 841 49 

care. 1B64 833,3 130 

of; by Swinburne. t886 938.4 116 

rom poerosi byCarrington. 1885. 841 51 

luuU. 1S83 84293 

iXZAC, et at. Hcturcs of th« 

■b. 1840 849 33 

849 33 

f. The. 1739 84710 

A maison close. 1870 844 33 

DU lur In i. 1S83 844 41 

prapoi. 1859 844 IS 

t la pinie. 18S0 644 34 

";SK! S<J4 37 

jatdtn. i84i .. . S44 14 
amJ Jolly. Le grammaire ; Pe- 

a.ed. 843 76 

and Maktin. Le voyige Ak 

I. Perichon 843 106 

rm, £ (Dr. R. Lefebvre). Paris 



FRENCH LITERATURE. 176 

Macb. Theatre du pclit chateau 843 93 



1863.. 



; Lailemand, (^, . ■ S43 76 

; (r.byVan Laun. 844 43 

AiNE. Fables; tr. by Wright. . . S49 3 

i84«- 3T 849 3 

f- iS3S. 4v 849 17 

ME. Harmooiet podique* et re- 

i»e«- 1B4S 841 30 

. 1847 841 33 

led'anange. 1845 84131 

spoarloui. 187s S49 13 

les meditations poitiques. — Le 
ler chaot dn ''it 

iDl du sacrc. 1845 S41 39 

l«s mMitatinnl po6liques. — La 



1S45... 
■843-. 



:s completes. 

; p>r Saintcl 
s machambri.— Eipediilon nc 



my room. 849 34 
840 36J 



Malkkrbb. (Kuv 



Marhontkl. (Euvres, 1787. 17 v 



- 841 30 
-Lntio. 
. 840 304 















-.«. L.Ph 


r»I> de Lu»>>. 






'■ 


-.6. 






*"■""'■■■ 






il 


Thtmir.. 




;. M«l>»(« 










1807. 13 V 




... 840 331 



847 IS 



Mistral Mireio ; a Pravcn;Bl poem ... S41 11 

MoiNAUX. Les deux sourdes S43 107 

MoLlERE. Characters: by Clarke. 1S65. S43 33 
Dramatic works ; tr. by Van Laun. 1878. 

3v. (I SI.) 84s 48 

CnUnli: V. 1. MemOH.-Thi Wunderer. -Th« 

ladiu.— Sfantntlt.— 

Don GarcU of for hu>bind>.— Tba 



S4I 38 

841 
841 



B. Or. R. (See LabouUye, t.) 

■, Antorjr d'un berccau S42 106 

(EuiTTea. 1840 840B-7 

^ -Gil Bill.— Guimai 

i*I'fi&A de SaLuwnqus.— Criipin r 

W MBtmo. Lc Toman de la rose. 



».— Th. 



nipsary invalid.— 



Jeilaiuy of Iji Barboullk.-Thc Ayint dc 
I.es Tourberiea de Scapin ; td. by Maison. S40 I9S 
Les - tJ. by Masson . . . 640 |0 
(Kuvres. 1833. 3 v. (incomplete) 843 39 






Don 



-l/e 



e Niv 

le del fcin 



176 



FRENCH LITERATURE. 



V. 3. Les femmes savantes.— La Comtesse dTscar- 
bagnas.— Le malade tmaginaire.— Le gloire du Vol-de- 
Grace, poSme. 

CEuvres. 1854. 2 v 84a iq 

Conttnts: V. i. Vie: par Voltaire. — L'itourdi.— 
Le d^pit amoureux. — Let prAcieutes ridicules. — Sgana- 
relle. — Don Garcie de Navarre. — L'6coIe des maris. — Les 
facheux. — L'6coIe des femmes.— L>a critique de TAcole 
det femmes. — L* impromptu de Versailles.— Le manage 
forcA, comedie. — Le mariage forc6e, ballet du roi. — La 
Princesse d^jftlide. — Don Juan. — L'amour mMecin. — Le 
misanthrope. — Le m6decin malgr6 lui.—M6Iicerte.— Pas- 
torale comique. 

V. 3. Le Sicilien. — 1>e Tartufft. — Amphitryon.— 
L*avare. — George Dandin. — Mons. de Pourceaugnac. — 
Les amants magni6ques. — Le bourgeois gentilhomme. — 
Psyche.— Le fourberies de Scapin. — La Comtesse d*Es- 
carbagnas. —Las femmes savants. — Le malade imaginaire. 
— Ponies diverses. 

Select comedies in French and English. 

1832. 8 V 842 21 

Canttnts : V. i. The miser.— The cuckold in conceit. 

V. a. The cit turned gentleman. — Doctor and no doctor 

V. 3. The blunderer. — Conceited ladies. 

V. 4. School for husbands. 

V. 5. The impostor. — George Dandin. 

V. 6. Man-hater. — Squire Lubberly. 

V. 7. Amphitryon. — Forced marriage. — The Sicilian. 

V. 8. The hypochondriac. — The impertinents. 

Tales from ; by Leonard X4504 

Montaigne. Essays ; tr. by FriswelL 1869. 844 6 
Essais, lettres ; ed. variorum. 1862. 4 v. 844 17 

Shakespeare and ; by Feis. 1884 822.3 257 

Works ; tr. by Hazlett. 1845 844 i 

Same, ed by Wight. 1859. 4 ^ ^44 2-5 

Contgnis: V. i. Life ; by Hazlett. —Essays. 

V. a-3. Essays. 

V. 4. Biography ; by St. John. — Journey to Italy.— 
Letters. 

Montesquieu. (Euvres. 1822. 8v 840236 

ComUnis: V. i. La vie de M.— Aloge ; par D^Alem- 
bert. — Grandeur et decadence des Romains, etc. 

V. 3-5. Analyse de Tesprit des lois, par D'Alembert et 
Bertolini. — L'esprit des lois. — Defense de Tesprit des 
lois. — R^ponse de M. Risteau. — Commentaire de Voltaire. 
— Lettre d^ Helvetius. 

V. 6. Lettres Persanes. 

V. 7. Arsace et Ism6nie. — Le temple de Guide. — 
C^phise et TAman. — Lysimaque. — Essm sur le gout. — 
Discours. — Poesies.— Lettres, etc. 

V. 8. Commentaire sur Pesprit des lois ; par le Comte 
Destutt de Tracy. 

Giluvres choisies. 1859 ^4^ 89 

Contents: Grandeur et decadence des Romains. — 
Politique des Romains. — Dialogue de Syllaet d^Eucrate. 
— Lysimaque, et Pens^es. — Lettres persanes. — Temple de 
Gnide. 

Spirit of laws ; tr. by Nugent. 2 v. . . . 320 i 

MUSSET. Fantasio ; ed, by Pollock 842 104 

On ne badine pas avec Tamour ; ed, by 

Pollock 842 104 

Poesies. 1867 841 12 



Poet and muse ; tr. by Pollock 

Selections from. 1870 

Napoleon I. Aphorismes. etc. 1848... 
Oh NET. Le maitre de forges ; drame. . . . 

Pascal. Pensces. 1877 

Thoughts ; trans. 1846 

PiRON. La metronome 

CEuvres. 1776. 7v 

Contents: V. i. Vie. — L'tfcole des pire* 
thene. — L*amant myst^rieux. 

V. 3. Les courses de temp^. — Gustave-V 

m^tromanie. — Femand Cort^. — La fausse alar 

V. 3. Ariequin-Deucalion. — L'antre de Tro( 

L^endriague. — Le claperman. — Le caprice. — L 

d*Apul^. — La rose. 

V. 4. Le f&cheux veuvage. — Les chimtees.- 
de dissention. — Tir^ias. 

V. 5. Le mariage de Momus. — Columbine 

Credit est mort. — L*enr61ement d^Arlequin.— 

Mariannes. — Atis. — Philomele. — Les enfans de 

V. 6. Epitres. — Odes. — PolJme de Fontem 

Contes. — iftpigrammes. — Fables. 

V. 7. All^ories. — Satires. — Ponies diverses, • 

PoNSARD. Charlotte Corday; ed. by Brette. 

L'homme et I'argent ; ed. by same 

QuiNET. Lettres k sa mdre ; sel. and ed. 

by Saintsbury. 1885 

Rabelais. CEuvres, nouv. ed. par Lacroix. 

Readings in ; by Besant. 1883 

Works ; tr. by Urquhart, etc. 2 v. (2 st.) 
Racine. Andromaque ; ed. by Masson . . 

Athalie ; ed, by Masson. 1877 

CEuvres. 1796. 7 v i 

Contents: V. i. Vie de Racine, etc.— La Th 
Alexandre le grand. 

V. a. Andromaque. — I.«s plaideurs. — Britan 

V. 3. B^r^nice. — Bajazet.— Mithridate. 

V. 4. Iphig^nie. — Ph6dre. 

V. 5. Esther. — Athalie. — CEuvres diverses e 
en prose. 

V. 6. Lettres sur les imaginaires. — Abn^de 
de Port Royal. — Fragmens litt^raires, etc. 

V. 7. Lettres. 

Theatre complet ; ed. variorum ; par 

Louandre. 1861 

Contents: La Th6baTde. — Alexandre le gra 
dromaque. — Les plaideurs. — Britan oicus. — Bi 
Bajazet. — Mithridate. — Iphiginie en Aulide. — 1 
Esther. — Athalie. — Plan du premier acte d'Iphi 

Regnard. Le joueur; ed. by Masson ... 

CEuvres. 1789. 6v 

Same. 1820. 6v 

Contents: V. x. Voyages de Flandre. Hollai 
marck, Laponie, Pologne, etc. 

V. 3. Comedies: La s6r6nade. — Le bal.— I 
— Le distrait.— Attendez moi sous I'orme. 

V. 3. D6mocrite. — Le retour iapr^vu.— 1 
amoreuses. — Le mariage de la folie. — Les M^b4 
V. 4. Lc 16gataire universel. — Le critique 
taire. — Les souhaits. — Les vendanges.— Sapocv 
naval de Venise. — PoMes diverses. 



FRENCH LITERATURE. 



177 



t* divorce. — Ladescente d'Arlequin aux Enfers. 
>mme k bonnes fortunes. — La critique de Thorame 
les fortunes. — Lcs filles errantes. — La coquette. 
'*' Les chinois. — La coquette de Vulcain.— La 
nee d^Amadis. — La foirc Saint-Germain.— Lcs 
s d'Egypte. 

CIUCAUL.D. Album, portraits, etc., 

1 Gilbert's ed. of his works 840 B-8 

reflections, etc. 1853 849 11 

es ; ^d. by Gilbert. 3 v. in 5 840 334 

ttni* : V. I. Notice biographique ; par Oour- 

— Reflexions, ou sentences et maximes morales. — 

ndic«. 

*€ndic*: V. i. Anciens textes des maximes. — 

e bibliographiqne, etc. 

u M6moires.— Apologie de la Prince de Marcillac. 

). Part I. Lettres. 

3. Part a. Lexique; introduction grammaticale, 
Le^ier. 

lRD. Strictures of Labienus . . . 847 Pam. i 
KM, J. B. CEuvres choisies. 1S43, 841 20 

^es. 1795. 4v 840 104 

Urnis: V. i. Odes, 
a. Apitres. — Allegories. — Ponies diverses. 
y. ComMies: Lc flateur. — Lc capricieux. — Les 
x chimeriques. 

4. Le cafifi — La ceinture magique. — La dupe de 
lemc. — Lettres. 

AU, J. J. CEuvres completes. 38 V. 840 266 

mtrmtM: V. 1-4. Voyage & Ermenonville. — La 
die Heloise. 

5-6. Lettres 616mentaire sur la botanique. 
7. L'in^galit^ parmi les hommes. — Lettre k M. 
qK>Us. — Sur r^conomie politique. — Du projet de paix 
btuelle. — Polysynodie. 

8. Du contrat social.— Le gov't de Pologne.— Let- 
nx la legislation de la Corse. 

9. Lettres Writes de la montagne. 
10- X4. tinile. 

15-18. Sciences, arts, et belles-lettres. 

19-99. llcrits sur la musique. 

«^-46. Les confessions. 

97. Contestation k M. Hume. 

a8. Pi^es diverses. 

29-30. Rousseau juge de Jean Jacques. 

31-3S- Lettres. 

36. Esprit, maximes, etc. 

37. Musique. 

38. Rtenil de plantes colorizes. 

res. 1817. 8v 84096 

ir contents, see printed catalogue of 1871.) 

•Beuve. Causeries du Lundi. 16 v. 844 25 

liqiies parisiennes. 1843-45 . ... 844 21 

sh portraits. 1875 844 10 

tt i la princesse. 1873 846 10 

laj-chats ; tr. by Matbews. 1877 . 844 7 

s. 1S69 841 19 

lUnt* : Vie, poesies et pensies de Joseph Delorme. 
< oo&selationa, etc. 

its de femmes 920.4 5 

DCOiffD. Works; trans, from the 

1738, 3 ▼ 840 8 



Sand, George (Afme Dudevant). Cor- 

respondance. 1 812-1876. 6 v 846 34 

Same ; tr. by De Beaufort. 1886. 3 v. 846 43 

Moliere ; drama in prose 842 96 

Melanges 944-6 72 

Theatre. 4 v. in 2 842 62 

Cjutenis: V. i. Cosima. — Le roi attend.— Fran9ois 
le Champi.— Claudie. — Moliere. 

V. a. Le manage de Victorine. — Les vacances de 
Pandolphe. — Le d6mon du foyer. — Le pressoir. 
V. 3. Mauprat.— Flamine.— Maitre Faviila.— Lucie. 
V. 4. Franfoise. — Comme il vous plaira. — Marguerite 
de Saintc-Gemme. — Le Marquis de Villemer. 

Sandeau. M'lle de la Seigli^re ; Candole, 

fd. 84a 75 

Sarcey. Miseries of Fo-Hl. 1883 847 18 

Sardou. La perle noire 842 107 

Scribe. Bertrand et Raton 842 106 

Le diplomate ; Ragon, ed 842 75 

Le verre d'eau ; Bue, ed. 842 74 

Theatre. J828. 10 v 842 51 

ConUnts: V. i. Une nuit dela garde nationale. — Le 
soliciteur. — La somnambule. — Le comte Ory. — Frontin 
mari-gar^on.— L'intftrem de Tetude.^Le nouveau Ponr- 
ceaugnac. — Une visite k Bedlam. — Les deux pr^cepteurs. 

V. a. Secretaire et cuisinier. — La petite soeur. — Colo- 
nel de hussards.— Le colonel.— Le marriage enfantin. — 
Philibert mari^. — La vieux gar9on.— Partie et revanche. 

V. 3. Le combat des montagnes. — Michel et Chris- 
tine. — Maitresse au logis. — Le caf6 des varieties. — De- 
moiselle et dame. — L'heriti&re. — L'ours et la pacha.— 
L'interieur d^un bureau. — La mansarde des artistes. 

V. 4. Coiffeur et perruquier.— Les grisettes.— Le plus 
beau jour de la vie. — La haine d^une femme. — Le baiser 
au porteur. — La demoiselle k marier. — L^^carte. — La 
quarantine. — La ioge du portier. 

V. 5. Le medicin des dames. — La belle-m^. — Le 
manage de raison. — Le charlatani&me. — Les premieres 
amours. — Le parrain. — Simple histoire.— Rodolphe. 

V. 6. La chambre k coucher.— La neige. — Le concert 
k la cour. — LAocadie. —La dame blanche.— Le ma9on. — 
La vieille. 

V. 7. Les eaux du Mont d'Or.— Le bon papa. — Le 
menteur v^ridique. — Coraly.— Le confident.— L*ambassa- 
deur.— La chatte chang^ en femme. — Avant, pendant et 
apres. 

V. 8. Le petit dragon. — L*ennui.— L'artiste. — Un der- 
nier jour de fortune.— La lune de miel — Vatel.— Le dip- 
Inmate. — La marraine. — Les emperiques d^autrefois. 

V. 9. Valdrie.— Manage d'argent.— Les manteaux.— 
La manie des places.— Malvina. — Les moralistes. 

V. 10. Fiorelia.— Fra Diavolo.— La fianctfe.— Lquise. 
La seconde anntfe.— Philippe. 

Val6rie ; Roulier, ed. 842 76 

Skvigne, M*me de, Lettres ; nouv. ed. 

par Vauxcelles. 1801. 10 v 846 11 

Letters; trans, and ed. by Mrs. Hale. . . 846 4 

Selections from letters ; ed. by Masson . . 840 199 

St AEL, Af* me de. CEuvres. 1838. 2V..840B-1 

CEuvres completes. 1820. 17 v 840 244 

Contents: V. i. Le caract^ et les ecrits de M*me 
de S. — Lettres sur Rousseau. 



178 



FRENCH LITERATURE. — PROSE FICTION. 



V. a. Le proc^ de la rein&. — La pAtx. — Les fictions. — 
Mtrza.— Adelaide et Theodore.— Histoire de Pauline. — 
Zulina. 

V. 3. De I'influence des passions.— Sur le suicide.— 
Lady Jeanne Grey. 

V. 4. De la littdrature dans ses rapports avec les insti- 
tutions sodales. 

V. 5-7. Delphine. 

V. 8-9. Corinne. 

V. lo-iz. De TAllemagne. 

V. K9-14. Sur les principaux tfv6ndmens de la ravolu- 
tion fran9aise. 

V. 15. Dix ann^es d^exile. 

V. 16. Agar dans le desert.— Genevieve de Brabant.— 
La Suaamite. — Le Capt. Kernadec— La Signora Fan- 
, tastici. — Le Mannequin. — Sapho. 

V, 17. Du caractftre de M, Necker.— Jane Grey; 
tragedie. — Sophie. — Mtflange^. 

SWETCHINE, M*me. Writings; trans, by 

Preston. 1869 849 10 

Valbbrt. Hommes et choses du temps 

present. 18S3 84442 

ViGNY, A DE. Poesies. 1874 841 14 

Theatre 842 61 

Contents: Chatterton. — La Marechale d*Ancre. — 
Quitte pour la peur.— Compositions d*apres Shakespeare : 
Othello.— Shylock. 

Villon. CEuvres. 1877 841 45 

Poems ; tr. by Payne. 1881 841 41 

Voltaire. CEuvres completes. 70 v. . . . 840 1 16 
(For contents see printed catalogue of 1871.) 

Philosophical diet. 1824. 6 v 847 4 

Voltairiana ; tr. and ed. by Young. 4 v. 849 6 

Works ; tr. by SmoUet, ft al. 36 v 840 11 

C0nt*nts: V. x-9. Ancient and modern history. 
V. lo-ii. (a St.) Observations on history.— History of 
Charles XII.— Zadig.— The world as it goes.— Vision of 
Babouc. — M icromegas. 
V. xa. (JEdipus. — Marianne. — Brutus. 
V. 13. Semiramis.— Death of Caesar. — Amelia. 
V. 14. Orestes.— The prodigal. — Letters. 
V. 15. Meropc.— Nannie.— The babbler.— Letters. 
V. 16-17. Miscellanies in history, literature and phil* 
osophy. 
V. 18. Zara. — The prude.- Pandora. 
V. 19. History of the war of 1741. 
V. ao-aa. Annals ml the empire. 
V. 33. (a St.) Candid. 
V. 34. The Henriade. 
V. as. Mahomet. — Socrates.— Alzira. 
V. a6. Philosophical miscellanies. 
V. %-j. Catahne. — The coffee-house.— The orphan of 
Chini. 
V. a8. Hist, of Russia under Peter the Great. 
V. 99-30. Annals of the empire. 
V. 31. I..etters concerning the English. 
V. 33-33. Miscellaneous poems. 
V. 34. On toleration. 
V. 35. (a St.) Tales of Wm Vad^. 
V. 36. (a St.) Princess of Babylon. — Man with forty 
crowns. 

Wafflard and Fulgrncr. Dieppe; ed, 

by Brctie, et al 842 95 



Prose Fiction. 
(Including translatUns^ 

About. Col. Foogm's mistake. 2 ▼ 

Thefdlah 

Germaine (Fr^ 

LHnfame 

King of the mountains 

Lawyer's nose 

Mattre Pierre 

Man with the broken ear 

La m^re de la marquise 

New lease of life 

\jt, nez d'un notaire 

Le roi des montagnes Xi 

Le roman d'un brave homme 

Story of an honest man 

TolU 

Le Turco 

ACHARD. La toison d'or 3 

A c5t6 du bonheur 3 

Adam, M*me, Recite d'un paysanne X 

Amazones de Paris } 

AssoLANT. Hist, of the celebrated Pierrot ] 
Balzac. After-dinner stories 

Alchemist ; trans 

Cat and battledore 

Cesar Birotteau ; trans X 

The comedie humaine ; and its author, 
by Walker 

Cousin Pons ; trans 

Contes drolatiques. 3 v 

Duchesse de Langeais ; trans 

Eugenie Grandet ; trans 

C£uvres completes. 20 v 

(For contents, see printed catalogue of 1871.) 

Pere Goriot ; trans 

Vendetta ; trans 

Banville. Contes bourgeois 2 

Les Parisiennes de Paris S 

Bast. Contes k ma voisine 

BccH ARD. Maurice ; trans 

Belot. Article 47 

Drama of the Rue de la Paix 

Le roi des Grecs. 2 v 

Bentzon, pseud, (See Blanc, M *mf.) 
Bernard. Fatal passion 

Gerfaut 

Same 

Le paravent 

La peau du lion 

Un homme serieux 

Berthet. Prehistoric world 

Sergeant's legacy 

Beyle (Stendhal). La chartreuse de Panne. 



FRENCH PROSE FICTION. 



179 



rentures of a young naturalist. 

Dr. Bernag^us 

ry voyage 

ds 

p»^(T. Bentzon). Un chatiment. 

Tarpin 

le sauli^re 

Hermine 

i pcrle 

rds 



r 

: ; trans . . . . 

ir 

in d'an muet 



manque 

m de Job 

tion de Louise 

r. Golden tress 

iket 

La fin du vieux temps 

Cmelle enigme 

Adventures of a French boy. . . 

du dragon 

Blue banner 

^S^, Princesse. Carmela 

songe de Sabine 



; falsehood 

;er. La maison ferm^e. 
r-le! 



du preux 

) nouvelles nouvelles. (2 st). . . . 
AN, Comtesse. Une m^hante 

e. . . 

niANO. Atala ; tr. by Harry . . . 

IBZ. Amours fragiles 

■re de Ladislas Bolski 

ral de Phidias 

Cosda 

le dn choquard 

3^ de M'lle Saint Mar 

le Jean Tfterol 

elerorsidea 

Noirel's revenge 

[oldenis 

t rouges 

Irf 

ce Vitale 



Randoce 

idle de Joseph Noirel, 

id sinners . - • 

Bcohletde 

Bcobl&Ca 



04001 

X12801 

04004 

04003 

X8809 

X8805 

X8806 

X8806 

X8805 

X8804 

X8801 

X8810 

X8803 

X8811 

X8808 

X8807 

X8802 

X11802 

X11801 

X14301 

X14701 

X8301 

X8302 

X6202 

X11402 

X11403 

X11401 

X I 1404 

X13802 

X13801 

X13803 

843 2 
X9801 

843 R-i 
X913 
X917 
X910 
X908 
X922 
X915 
X916 
X909 
X906 

X901 + 
X920 
X903 
X911 
X905 
X918 
X919 
X921 
X902 

X907-I- 



Wish of his life X912 

Chevaltrr. Les demiers Iroquois X1203 

La fiUe des Indiens rouges Xi265 

La Huronne X1201 

Les Nez-perces X12Q4 

Peaux rouges et Peaux blanches X1202 

Les Pieds-noirs X1208 

Potgnet-d'acier, ou les Chippionas X1206 

La T^te-plate X1207 

Chevette. So fair yet false X4901 

Choix de contes contemporains X14402 

Chousy. Ignis X14201 

Cladel. Va-Nu-Pieds X14601 

Claretie. La fugitive X10802 

La maison vide X10803 

Mons. le ministre ; trans X10804 

Mons. le ministre (/V.) ^ . . . . X10805 

Noris X10806 

Le Prince Zillah Xio8o7H- 

Robert Burat X10801 

Le troisi^me dessous X10808 

CoLOMB, M*fne, Page, squire and knight. *Xi 3401 
COTTIN, M'me. Elizabeth ; or, the exiles 

of Siberia ♦X11501 

Matilda. 2v X11502 

Countess of Monte Cristo X4505+ 

CouRCiLLON. Le cur6 manque X4301 

CouRCY. Les histoires au caf6 de Paris. . X9901 

Cournier. Une famille en 1870-1871 . . . X'loioi 

Craven, M*mg. Anne Severin X7806 

iniane X7807 

Same ; trans X7808 

Fleurange X7804 

Same ; trans X7803 

Jettatrice X7do2 

Sister's story X7801 

Daudet. L'6vang61iste X823 

Fromont jeune et Risler aine X803 

Jack ; trans * X810-I- 

Kings in exile X817 

Letters from my mill X820 

Lettres de mon moulin X828 

Little good-for-nothing X815 

Nabob X8o4H- 

New Don Quixotte '. . . X809 

Numa Roumestan X822 

Numa Roumestan ; trans X821 

Port Salvation. 2 v. {Fr.) , X824 

Les rois en exile X8t8 

Le roman du chaperon rouge X816 

Sidonie ; trans X801 + 

Le siege de Berlin X826 

Stories of Provence X827 

Tartarin of Tarascon X819 



* For young readers. 



180 



FRENCH PROSE FICTION. 



Tartarin sur les Alpes X829 

Daudkt. E. D^froqud X8903 

Ilenrielle X8901 

Madame Rol)emier X8902 

Mademoiselle Vestris X8904 

Les reins cassis X8905 

Debans. Sheep in wolf's clothing Xiiioi 

Delarbre, M*me, Les causeries d*une 

bonne mere Xi 1901 

Delpit. La marquise X10403 

Odette's marriage X10401 

La p6re de Martial X10402 

Deslys. Compagnons de minuit X2701 

DiDiER. La petite princesse X10501 

Douze histoires pour les enfants *X450i 

Droz. Around a spring X6601 

Babolain X6602 

Bertha's baby X6604 

Monsieur, madame and the baby X6603 

DuDEVANT, M*me, (Sec Sand, George.) 
DUPEVANT. J. F. M. A. (See Sand, Maurice.) 
Dumas, Alex., phe. Adv. of a marquis , X323 

Andr6e de Tavemay ; trans X305-I- 

Ascanio ; trans X361 

Beau Tancrede ; ttans X372 

Black tulip X343-I- 

Bragelonne ; trans X348 

Capt. Paul ; trans X365 

Catherine Blum ; trans X371 

The chevalier X306+ 

Le chevalier D'Harmental. {Fr) X332+ 

Chevalier de maison rouge ; trans X374 

Chicot the jester ; trans X356+ 

Le collier de la reine. 3 v X329 

Le Comte de Monte Cristo. 3 v. (/>.) X319 

La Comtesse de Salisbury. (/>.) X392 

Corsican brothers X341 

Countess of Charney X355 + 

Count of Monte Cristo X316+ 

La dame de Monsoreau. (.Fr.) X394 

La dame de volupte X397 

Les deux reines X381 

Diana of Meridor X324 

Doctor Basilius ; trans X373 

Edmond Dantes ; trans X322+ 

Foresters X328-h 

Forty-five guardsmen X35 1 + 

Un Gil-Bias en Californie ^399 

La guerre des femmes ^333 

Half-brothers X370 

Histoire d'une casse noisette X335 

Horrors of Paris X344 

Ingenue ; trans X375 

Iron hand ^337 



Iron mask 

Isabel of Bavaria 

Jchanne la Pucelle 

Louise de la Vail ic re ; trans 

Love and liberty 

M'me de Chamblay ; trans 

Man with five wives 

Marguerite de Valois ; trans 

Marriage verdict 

Memoirs of a physician 

Memoiis of a maitre d'armes 

Mohicans of Paris 

Les Mohicans de Paris 

Nanon ; trans 

Page of the Duke of Savoy 

Pauline ; trans 

Queen's necklace 

Regent's daughter 

Russian gipsy 

Salvator. 5 v. in 3. {Fr.) 

Six years later 

Sketches in France 

Taking the Bastile 

Three guardsmen 

Three musketeers 

Les trois mousquetaires. 2 v. ..... . 

La tulipe noire 

Twenty years after 

Twin captains 

Two Dianas 

Vicomte de Bragelonne. 2 v. {^Fr. 

Watchmaker 

Dumas, Alex., Jiis. Camille. (2 st.). 
DURAND, M*mf. (See Greville, H.) 

DURUY. Garde du corps 

Edmond. La bucheronne 

£nault. Captain's dog 

Carine 

Christine 

Pupil of the legion of honor 

Erckmann-Chatrian. Alsacian scli 
master 

L'ami Fritz .•. . . 

Avant '89 

I^ banni 

Blockade of Phalsburg 

Brigadier Frederic ; trans 

Une campagne en Kabyle 

Campaign in Kabylia 

Clarionette player 

Conscript ..... 

Contes de la montagne 

Contes des bords du Rhin 

Contes populaires 



* For youBg rcaden. 



FRENCH PROSE FICTION, 



181 



it de Grinder wald. 



■■ X537 

Xsjo 

SS43 

X5CB 

.. XSM 

Ipcre LcbigTC 2538 

<Ksion of iSi3-i4 Xjoi 

d'on pars>.n. 4 V £511 



II 



-4. U ci 



of tlie Rhine 

f a peasant. 4 v 

■c lUIa iCDcnl. 17S9.— 9. The < 
>9>.-3. The T«r DDS of Iha npu 



IX de la Tieille . 
■Oifr.) 



■ by PerniuJt and othen. . 
Telemachns (Fr.) 

l^') '■ 



riage dans le monde 

ec in bigb life 

itc comteue 

land'un jeune horome pauvre 

>f SibyJe 

Chooan* et Blcos 

. Adrentnra du Baron de Fite$te. 

JON. Stariei of infinily 

r. Bouvaid et Ficuchet 

e Boraiy (.Fr.). (a .t.) 

bo(^r.) 



a de St Anioine . 



X508 
X515 

X506 
S505 

X507 
X530 
Xs36 
X53i 



XS39 
. Xs40 
. X510 
X531 
Xsas 
X4503 

. X1614 
X1604 

. X160S 

X1603 

, X1613 

X1605 

. X1601 

, Xi507 

. X1606 

X1601 

X1613 

. Xitaoa 

, Xiizoi 

Xg602 

XsSoi 
X9703 

X970S + 

X9704 



' Fi.EURV. La mascarade de la vie pBiigienne. X9S01 
{ Fkance. Le crime de Sylveslre Bonoard. Xi^toi 

I Le livie dc mon ami X14S01 

L'amoar an paysblen Xt4403 

Gabohiau. The catastrophe X731B 

Clique of gold X7106+ 

La corde au cou X7311 

The count's millions X7337 

I The coant's secret X73tg 

Le crime d'Otcival X7*07 

I Downward path . X7313 

! File No. 113 X7J034- 

?« Saiif« X7ai8 

M ). av X7ao9 

iK?** X7II3+ 

^ X7J05+ 

Other people's money X7203+ 

Slaves of Paris X7336 

Widow Lerouge X7204+ 

Gaghbur. Les vi«rges rosses X10701 

A nihilist princess X10701 

Gandon. JeanGigon X4001 

CAtlTlBR, J. Usurper XJ315 

Gautibr, T. Le capitaine Pracasse Xjsos 

'J^i*,- X5304 

X5309 

De Maupan (3 st.) XS306 

XS3M 

■s nighis (a si.) X5307 

XsJio 

mummy ^5301 

Spirite : tratt X5303 

Gautier, et al. Cross of Bemy X5306 

Gasfe. Canadians of old X4701 

Geoffrey the knight X4509 

Girardin. Adventures of Johnny Iron- 
sides •X7701 

Doctor's family X7706 

Histoirc d'un Berrichon X7707 

Maman (Fr.) •X770J 

Les millions de la tante Zeze X7703 

Sans-cteur X770S 

True as steel X7704 

Glouvet. Le berger X13503 

L'^tude Chandoux X 1 3507 

La famille bourgeois Xl35at 

Le foreslier X11501 

j L'ideat X12504-1- 

Le marinier Xtasoa 

Lepire XiasoB 

GoBiKEAU. Typhiiine's abbey. X33oa 

Gourand. Little boy's story *X3cxii-|- 

Peter Lipp "X8oo3 

Young mountaineer *XSoo4 



• For jrouDf leadott. 



182 



FRENCH PROSE FICTION. 



Grandfort. Octave X2801 

Grevii.le, Henry {M*me Durand). Bonne 

Marie X63o8-h 

Clairefontaine {Fr.) X6321 

Cleopatre X6323 

Same ; irons X6322 

Croquis (/>.) X6312 

Dosia ; frans X6301 -h 

Dosia's (laughter X6320 

Dournof ; /rans X6310 

Lucie Rodey ; trans X631 3 

Madame de Dreux (Fr.) X6316 

Mam'zelle Eugenie ; trans X631 8 

Markoff ; Irans X631 1 

Marrying off a daughter X6304 

Mors aux dents ... X6319 

Perdue {Fr.) X6317 

Philomene's marriages X6307 

Pretty little Countess Zina X6306 

Sonia ; irans X6305 

Suzanne Normis (Fr.) X6314 

Trials of Raissa X6315 

GUKNOT. Vengeance of a Jew X5 loi 

GuizoT, M'me. L'^colier ; ou Raoul el 

Victor. 2v *X440i 

Les enfants contes *X4403 

Une famille. 2 v *X4405 

Ten moral tales *X4407 

Gyp. Plus heureux de tous X4515 

Halevy. L'Abb^ Constantine X12004 

Same ; irans X12002+ 

Criquette (Fr.) X12005 

Un mariage d'amour X 12006 

Les petites cardinals X12001 

Hamilton, Count. Fairy tales (2 st.) X46oi-f 

Hericault. 1794 ; a tale of the Terror . X14401 

HoussAYE. I^s Diancs et les Venus X1502 

L*6ventail brise. 2v X1504 

Les fiUes d'Eve X1503 

Mademoiselle C16opatre X1501 

Hugo. By order of the king X127 

Claude Gueux ; trans Xii7-f- 

Jargal Xi2i 

The man who laughs Xi 14-I- 

Les miserables 843 B-i 

Same ; trans Xi 1 1 -f- 

Same. 2 v. (Spanish) Xl 1 2 

Ninety-three X106 

Notre Dame. (Fr.) 2 v X104 

Same ; trans. 3 v Xioi 

Outlaw of Iceland Xi 28 

Quatre-vingt-treize. 3 v. . X108 

Toilers of the sea X120-1- 

I^ Bedolliere. Mere Michel et son chat, *X90O2 

* For young readers. 



Story of a cat 

Laboulaye. Abdallah 

La Grange, M *me. Last days of Jerasa 
lem 

Last fairy tales 

Lamartine. Fior D'Aliza 

Genevieve 

Same ; trans 

Graziella 

Lapointe. Rival doctors , 

Lavigne. Female nihilist 

Lk Brun. History of Tekeli 

Legouve. Edith De Falsen 

Leila Hanoum ; trafts , 

Lemoyne. Une idylle normande 

Lermina. The chase 

Le Sage. Bachelor of Salamanca. 2 v.. 

Gil Bias 

Same 
Same. 



• • • « 



trans. 3 v 

(Spanish.) 

L*inconsol6e 

LoTi. Les trois dames de la Kasbale 
LUBOMIRSKI. Safar Hadgi ; trans 

Tatiana ; trans. 3 v 

Mace. Contes du petit chateau 

Mahon. Les aventures d'un jeune Gaulois 
Maistre, X. DE. Le jeune Siberienne... 
Malot. La belle Madame Donis (trans.) 

La Boh^me-tapageuse. 3 v 

Le Docteur Claude. 2 v 

Une femme d'argent 

Micheline. (Fr.) 

No relations ^ 

La petite sceur. 2 v . 

Pompon 

Romain Kalbriz 

Sans famille. 2 v 

Margaret, of Navarre. Heptameror 

(2 St.) 

Marmontel. Moral tales. (3 v.) 

Mendes. Le roi viergc 

Mrrimee. Carmen. (Fr.) 

Colomba. (/>. ) , 

Mery. Through thick and thin 

Monezy. Le oncle de Danielle 

Monnirr. Les amours pcrmises 

MURGKR. Le dernier rendezvous 

Les roueries de Tingi'-nue 

Scenes de la vie Boheme 

NODIER. Romans 

NoRlAC. La betise humaine 

Ohnet. La Comtesse Sarah 

La grande marniere 

Ironmaster 



FRENCH PROSE FICTION. 



183 



Lran Xisaos 

:defais«> XiSaoi 

nine Zi39oi 

Iram. ZI3303 

nenne X4S03 

anche Mortimer S6001 

Putor of the dewrt 28401 

X4S13 

r. No. 13 Rae Martot Xiogoi 

n». Clotilde X6801 

N. Ctutte Xta6oi 

; tram X13603 

ent Sit6o3 

E, .!/'«» DB. Deux ani ui Ijrcfe. 'Xatei 

me'itrial 'X3604 

-Xaeos 

an of ichool life *X36o3+ 

AttL Hanon Lescaut ; tram. 

I 843 B-a 

,M'mt. Lc cadet deColobri^rei. X3003 

ilh'i irjfe X3003 

iHalepiere X30ot 

X3006 

•m S3004 

;W"r X3005 

, L. La Comlesse de Hauleon. . X9401 

RT. Bismarck ... Xiaaoi 

:T. XllIOI 

!T. •XtiTOS 

dii oonn^ubte X[i703 

' the tigen X11706 

cbumer X11701 

iheconilable X11704 

nccitda ; Iratu. *X3504 + 

Fr.) Xssoa 

tt Juan Femandet X3503 

'i whims X3501 

:C. Pan! and Virginia 'Xaioi + 

' Virginia X3103 

ORGK (M'me Dudevant). Moni. 

»« 14139 

I X343 

; trant Xao? 

je Dieirich ; //divi Xa45 

f Piciotdu Xas4 

can dca descries Xasa 

e patlaot Xa56 

icsse de Radoliladt Xajg 

; tramt. Xzog 

xsioa d'une jeune lille X130 

I Xa4i + 

trmu. Xao8 

[he SJ13 



La DaoieHa Xaa6 

Les deux frdrcs Xt57 

Elle el lai X»S5 

La famille de GennaDdre Xa48 

Fanchon the cricket X343 

Ftisi and true love Xaia - 

Francois 1e Champe XS46 

Handsome Lawrence Xasg 

L'tlomme de neige. 3 v X117 

Indiana X247 

Same ; Iratu XtIO 

Jacques Xaii 

Jealousy or Teverino Xai4 

JeanZiska. (Fr.) XasS 

La*t Aldini Xai] 

Lavinia Xa49 

Lelia X333 

Lucreiia Floriani (Fr.) X349 

M'lle Merquem ; fratw. X101 + 

Les nuities mosalEtes X317 

Lesmaitres sonnenrs Xass 

Mauprat X336 

Same; trans Xaii 

La mare an diable XaaS 

Marqni* De Villemer ; Irani X237 

Miller of Angibanll Xa3i 

Mons. Antoine ; Iram X340 

Mom. Sylvester Xao6 

XWH+ 

- X»33 

Xais 

i^. X«3S 

Narciue ; Irant. X334 

La petite Fadette X939 

Le Piccinino Z316 

Rolling uone XajS 

Simon ; Irani. X313 

Snow man X144 

Tower of Percemonl Xasa 

L'Uscoque Xaao 

Valvddre X334 

La ville noir Xa6i 

Winga of courage Xass 

Samd, Maurice y. F. M. A. Dudevant). 

Cttllirhofi X7601 

Sandbau. Madame deSommerville X1706 

M"Ue de la SeigUere X1703 

Madeleine X1705 

Same ; Irani X1704 

La maison de Penatvon X1703 

Mariana X1701 

Valcreuie X1707 

SclOBSKT. NouveUes scenes de la vie 

champetre Xl4lot 

I mdcn. 



184 



FRENCH PROSE FICTION. 



ScuDERi, M*ll€, Histoire de Mathilde d' 

AguiUr X9201 

Second. Roman de deux bourgeouis .... X10301 

Sbgur, Comttsse de. Fairy tales *X3204 

Memoires de un asno *X320i 

Les vacances *X3202 

Selection of French tales ; ed, by Masson . 840 200 
SouvESTRE. Attic philosopher in Paris. . X1406 

Same 5033 1 

Brittany and La Vendee XT408 

Confessions of a workingman 50331 

The lake shore X1410 

Leaves from a family journal Xi40q 

Le mat de cocagne X1404 

Le memorial de famille X1403 

Les p6ch6s de jeunesse X1405 

Un philosophe sous les toits X141 1 

Pleasures of old age X1407 

Scenes et recits des Alpes X1402 

Souvenirs d'un vieillard X1401 

Stael, M'me De. Corinne X7403 

Same ; trans X7401 -h 

Stendhal, /J^«^/. (See Beyle.) 

Stenger. La petite Beaujard X13701 

Stolz, M*me. House on wheels *X7ioi 

Sub. Le Juif errant. 4v X5414 

Martin the foundling X540I + 

Mysteries of Paris. 3 V X54o6-f 

Paula Monti X5412 

Wandering Jew X5404+ 

Woman's love X5405 

Tardieu. Money X9301 

Theuriet. All alone X790S 

Angela's fortune X7907 

Antoinette ; trans X7904 

Eusebe Lombard (/'>.) X7913 

Gerard's marriage X7901 

Godson of a marquis X7902 

House of the two Barbels X7903 

Madame Heurteloup {Fr.) X790g 

Le mariage de Gerard X791 1 

Michael Verneuil (Fr,) X7910 

Raymonde ; trans X7905 

Tante Aur61ie (/>.) X7912 

Young Maugars X7906 

TiSSOT and Amiero. Adventures of three 

fugitives X12302 

Exiles X12301 

TttPFFER. Nouvelles genevoises X2401 

Uchard. Mademoiselle Blaisot X13901 



Ulbach. L'enfant de la morte 

Papa Fortin 

Under the ban 

Vadier. Mon etoile 

Vallxs. Le bacheller 

L'enfant 

Valry. Martha De Montbrun 

Verne, Jules. Archipelago on fire 

Autour de la lune 

Demon of Cawnpore 

Le desert de glace 

Dick Sands 

Doctor Ox 

Earth to the moon 

Field of ice 

Five weeks in a balloon 

Floating city 

Fur country * 

Giant raft ; part i 

Same ; part 2 

Godfrey Morgan 

Hector Servadoc 

In the land of the behemoth 

Journey to center of the earth 

Meridiana 

Michael Stroghoff 

Mysterious island. 3 v 

Off on a comet 

Secret of the island 

Tigers and traitors 

yTour round the world in 80 days 

Tribulations of a Chinaman 

Twenty thousand leagues under the sea 

Underground city 

Vanished diamond 

Voyages of Capt. Hatteras . . 

ViGNON. Victoire Normand 

ViGNY, Comte De. Cinq-Mars 

Cinq-Mars ; trans 

Servitude et grandeur, militaires 

Stello 

ViLLKMAiN. Lascaris 

Vincent. Mis6 F6r6ol 

Return of the princess 

Wey. Bouquet de cerises 

Witt, M*me De. Dames of high estate 

French country family 

Marie Dcrville 

Motherless 

[For mediaBval epics, romances and legends, « 



• For young readers, 



ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



185 



:.1AN LANGUAGE AND LITERA- 
TURE. 



LANGUAGE. 

talian conversation-grammar. . . 455 i 

une 4552 

Italian pocket dictionary {453 3 

E. Eng.-Ital. diet. 1866. 2 v. .^453 1-2 
n £ng.-French pocket diet {453 4 



LITERATURE. 

HAL HISTORY AND CRITICISM. 

hy of the renaissance. (B. B. L. 

'.4) »7 14 

Renaissance und humanismus in 

1 und Deutchland. 1882 850 12 

ION (Violet Paget). Enphorion. 

3 V 850 13 

wis: V. X. Int.— The sacrifice.— luly of the 
han dramatists.— Out-door poetry. — Symmetria 

The portrait art.— School of Boiardo.— Mediaeval 
ptlofue. — Appendix. 

>f the i8th century in Italy. 1880. 850 5 
. Italy; hist, and literature. 2 v. 850 i 
; Mrs. The makers of Flor- 

1877 920.5 4 

OLET. (See Lee, Vernon.) 
Renaissance in Italy: literature. 

2 V 850 6 

I and studies in Italy 824.2 210 

Florence 914.5 R-4 

COLLECTIONS. 
Poetry and Folk Tales. 

aman legends. 1877 293 33 

talian popular tales. 1885 293 47 

Poesie pastoral! e rusticali. . . 851 47 

tones from Italian poets. 1846. 851 i 

taly. with mnsi<^ 784 B-18 

ry tales *293 34 

INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS. 
>ioBTRY, Drama, Essays, etc. 

{Including Translations.) 

La coltivazione. 1804 581 46 

Tragedie. 1819. 6 v 852 5 

is: V. 1. FIHppo. — Polinice.— Antigone. 
Yn^taat. — Agamemnone.— Orestc.— Rosmunda. 
OttaTia.— TijDoleone. — Meropc. 

Stuarda. — La congiura de' Pazxi. — Don 



V. 5. Agide. — Sofonisba. — Bruto Primo.— Mirra. 

V. 6. Bruto Secondo.— Alceste.— Parere dcU' autore. 

Tragedies; tr. by Bowring. 1876. 2 v. 852 11 
Contents: V. x. Preface.— Philip.— Polyniccs.— An- 
tigone. — Virginia. — Agamemnon. — Orestes. — Rosmunda. 
Octavia.— Timoleon.— Merope.— Mary Stuart. 

V. a. Conspiracy of the Pazxi.— Don Garcia. — Saul.— 
Agis.— Sophonisba.— The first Brutus.— Myrrha.— The 
second Brutus.— Antony and Cleopatra.— Abel.— Alces- 
tisll. 

Ariosto. Commedie e satire. 1856 .... 852 4 
Contents: La Cassaria. — I suppositi. — La Lena. — II 
Negromante.— La Scholastica.- Satire. 

L'urlando Furioso. 1846. 2v 851 21 

Opere minori. 1857. 2 v 851 23 

Orlando Furioso. (In the Italian). 2 v.. 851 32 

Same ; tr. by Hoole. 1815. 5 v 851 36 

Same ; tr. by Rose. 1864. 2 v 851 13 

Roland furieux ; trad, par D' Ussieux. 

1775. 4 V 851 26 

Stories from ; by Hollway-Calthrop. 1882. '853 22 

Tales from, for children. 1879 ♦851 35 

BuoNAROTTi, Michael Angelo. (See 

" Michael Angelo.") 

Campanella. Sonnets ; tr. by Symonds . 85134 

Caro. Opere. 1807. 7 v 850 20 

Castl Gli animali parlanti. V. i and 3, 851 30 
CoLONNA, ViTTORiA. Life and poems ; by 

Mrs. Roscoe 928.5 16 

Dante. And his circle ; by D. G. Ros- 

setti. 1876 851 16 

La commedia. 1863 851 25 

The Dante collections in Boston P. L. 

and Harvard Univ. L. (H. U. Bui., v. 

4, pp. 133, 188) 16 B-17 

Divine comedy ; tr. by Longfellow. 3 v. 851 8 

Same ; tr. by Wright. 1854 851 17 

The inferno ; prose tr. by Carlyle 851 11 

Same ; tr. by Sibbald. 1884 851 41 

The new life ; tr. by Norton. 1867 .. . 851 18 

Paradise; ed. with tr. by Butler. 1885. 851 50 

Purgatory ; ed. with tr. by Butler. 1880. 851 49 

Same; prose tr. by Dugdale. 1883. . 851 44 

The shadow of; by M.F. Rossetti. 1871. 851 12 

A study of; by Blow. 1886 851 45 

The vision : hell, purgatory and para- 
dise ; tr. by Gary. 1865 851 5 

Same. 1850. 2v 8516 



* For young readers. X For reference. 



186 



ITALIAN. — SPANISH. — PORTUGUESE. 



Davanzati-Bostichi. Scisma d'lnghil- 

terra. 1807 850 27 

FiRKNZUOLA. Opere. 1802. 5 v 850 15 

GUARINI. II pastor fido. 1807 852 24 

Same. 1735 852 23 

LxoPARDi. Essays and dialogues. 1882. 8541 

Machiaveli.i. Works ; tr. by Farne- 

worth. 1762. 2v 8503 

Writings ; tr. by Detmold. 1882. 4 v. 8508 
Conttnts: V. z. Life. — History of Florence. 
V. a. The prince. — Ditcourses on Livius. — Thoughts of 
a statesman. 
V. 3-4. Missions. — Miscellaneous. 

Mbtastasio. Dramas, etc. ; tr. by Hoole. 

1800. 3 V 852 I 

CcmUnis: V. i. Artaxerxes. — The olympiad. — Hyp- 
sipyle. — Titus.— Demetrius. — Dream of Scipio. — Canta- 
tas. 

V. a. Achilles in Scyros.— Demophoon. — Adrian in 
Syria. — Dido. — iEtius. — Uninhabited island. — Triumph 
of glory. ^ 

V. 3. Zenobia. — Themistocles. — Siroes.— Ragulus. — 

Romulus and Hersilia. — Discovery of Joseph.— Cantatas. 

Poesie. 1755. 10 v 85213 

ConUnts : V. i. Dissertadone ; Calsabigi.— Arta- 
serse. — Adriano in Siria. — Demetrio. 

V. a. Olimpiade. — Issipile. — Ezio. — Didone Abban- 
donata. — II sogno di Scipionc. — II natal di Giove. — La 
Danza. 

V. 3. La Clemensa di Tito.— Siroe.— Catone in Utica. 
-— Demofoonte. 

V. 4. Alessandro. — Achille in Sciro. — Ciro.— Temls- 
tocle. — L'isola disabitata. — Le Cinesi. 

V. 5. Zenobia. — Ipermestra. — Antigono. — Semira- 
mide.— II re pastore.— L'asilo d'amore. 

V. 6. L'eroe Ciuese.— Attilio Regolo.— Adriano in 
Siria.— Didone abbandonata.— II tempio delP etemitJL. — 
La contesa de* Numi. 

V. 7. Alessandro. — Semiramide.— Legrarievendicate. 
— II Polladio conservato.— II Parnaso. — Astrea placata. 
La pace fra la virtii. — II vero omaggio. — L^amor prigio- 
niero.— II Ciclope.— Cantate. 

V. 8. Gioas re di Giuda. — Betulia liberata. — Sant* 
Elena al Calvario. — Guiseppe riconosciuto. — La morte d* 
Abel.— La passione di Gesti Christo. — Per la festivity del 
SSmo. Natalie. — Isacco. — Canzonette. — Sonnetti. — Epit- 
alamio. 

V. 9. La Galatea. — L'Endimione. — Gli orti Esperidi. 
—II Convito degli Dei.— L* Angelica Serenata. — La morte 



de Catone.— L*origine delle LcggL— II ratto d*Eii 
Ode. — Giustino. 

V. 10. Nittett.— Alctde al Bivio.— U trioidbdi 

— Romolo ed Ersilia.— Partanope. — II ParaasQ c 
etc. , 
Michael Angelo. Sonnets, etc. ; tr. by 

Harford 92 

Sonnets; tr. by Symonds. 1878 8 

Petrarch. Rime; con I'mterpretazione 

di Leopardi. 1854 8 

Sonnets, etc.; ed, by Campbell. 1869. . 

PiNDEMONTE. Arminio ; tragedia. 1819. 8 

PuLCi. II morgante Maggiore 85] 

RucELLAi. Le api 8 

Stampa. Sonnets ; tr. by Fletcher (in). . . 98! 

Tansillo. The nurse ; tr. by Roscoe ... 8 

Tasso. Gerusalemme liberata. 1853 ... 8 

Godfrey of BuUoigne ; tr. by Fairfax. . . 

Jerusalem delivered ; tr. by Brooke. . . .S2SJ 

Same ; tr. by Wiffen. 1868 I 

Prose Fiction. 
AzEGLio. Ettora Fieramosca ; tr. by Les- 
ter. 1845 8i 

Barrili. Devil's portrait; tr. by Wode- 

house. 1885 8j 

Eleventh commandment. 1882 8j 

Fior di Mughetto. 1884 8< 

Whimsical wooing ; tr. by Bell. 1882. . 8< 

Boccaccio. II Decameron. 1857 8; 

Same ; trans, and ed. by Wright. (2 st) I 

Bresciana. Edmondo 8j 

COLOMBI. Wane of an ideal ; tr. by Bell. 8j 

Farini. Caporal Silvestro. 1884 Sj 

Fogazza. Danielle Cortis. 1885 %\ 

Garibaldi. Rule of the monk 

Grossi. Marco Visconti ; tr. by A. F. D. %, 

Guerrazzi. Beatrice Cenci ; tr. by Monti Sj 

Same ^ 

Isabella Orsini (in the Italian). 1856 . . 8 

Manzoni. I promessa spost. 1884 8 

Same ; Eng. trans, 1844. 2 v 8 

Memoirs of Miss D*Arville. 1764. 2 v. . 
Roscoe, trans, Italian novelists. 4V.... 



SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE. 



LANGUAGE. 

Academia Espanola. Diccionario. 1824. ^63 B-2 
Ailland. Diccionario, Portugueza e In- 

glera. 1873 {469 I 

Carolino. New guide of the conversa- 
tion in Portuguese, etc. 18S3 469 3 



Neuman and Baretti. Spanish-English 
and Eng. -Spanish diet. 1837. 2 v. .^ 

SoBRiNO. Grammaire, EspagfioUe et Fran- 
9oise. 1732 

Velasquez. Spanish-English and Eng.- 

Spanish diet. 1865 j 

Same. 1852 \^ 



X For reference. 



.'I 



SPANISH. — PORTUGUESE. — BASQUE. — CELTIC 



187 



LITERATURE. 

iAL HISTORY AND CRITICISM. 

CK. Hist, of Spanish and Portu- 

Utermtnre. 1823. 2 v 860 4 

mis; V.I. Span Ub literature. 

Portugncic literature. 

Primer of Spanish literature. . . 860 12 
r. Modem poets and poetry of 

a. 1852 861 4 

• History of Spanish literature. 

. 3 V 860 I 

COLLECTIONS. 

:», irans. Ancient poetry and ro- 

cca of Spain. 1824 8618 

Spanish salt. 1877 869 2 

ET, irans. Ancient Spanish bal- 

. 1842 861 I 

1877 861 2 

we songs with music 914*6 B-4 

INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS. 

*OKTRY. Drama, Early Romances. 

{Including translations^ 

-KT. El almacen de los minos. • • . 849 15 

ON. Comedias. 1760. 10 v 862 5 

IS ; tr. by MacCarthy. 1870 862 i 

\MwmiM: Love the greatest enchantment. — Sorceries 
u*— Devotion of the cross. 

» escogido. 1838 862 3 

ts. His life and Lusiads ; by Bur- 

1881. 2Y 861 12 

tr. by Burton. 1880. 2 v. 861 10 

; tr. by Mickle. 1877 861 5 

fries ; tr. by Burton. 1884. parts 

Ida 861 14 

ty sonnets; with tr. by Aubertin. . 861 9 



Cervantes. La Galatea. 1772 863 16 

Numantia ; tr. by Gibson. 1885 862 15 

Translations from ; by Gyll. 1870 862 2 

CoiUentt : Voyage to Parnassus. — Numantia. — Com- 
merce ol Algiers. 

Cid, poema del ; tr. by Southey 946 18 

Poem of the ; tr. by Ormsby. 1879. • • • ^^^ 3 
Ercilla. Araucana ; sketch and tr. by 

Molina 983 2 

Hurt ADO. Palmerin of England. 4 v. . 863 2 

ISLA. Friar Gerund. 1772. 2v 8671 

LoBRiRA. Amadis of Gaul ; tr. by Southey. 

1872. 3 V 863 17 

Tui^iN. Hist, of Charlemayne and Or- 
lando ; tr. by Rodd. 1812 . 861 7 

Vega, Lope de. Works ; tr. by Wiffen . . 861 6 

Teatro escogido. 1838 862 4 

ViLLEGAS. Obras de. 1772. 6 v 860 6 

Modern Prose Fiction. 

Aleman. Guzman D'Alfarache ; tr. by 

LeSage. 1881 863 21 

Caballero. Bird of truth, etc. 1881... 29339 

Cervantes. Don Quijote. i860 863 15 

Same ; Eng. trans 863 i 

Same 863 6 

Same 863 7 

Same ; Eng. trans, by Duffield. 188 1. 3 v. 863 25 

Same ; French trans. 1827. 6v 8639 

Don Quixote, his critics, etc.; by Duf- 
field. 1881 863 22 

Same ; wit and wisdom of {^69 i 

Exemplary novels ; tr. by Kelly. (2 St.). 863 8 

Galdos. Gloria ; tr. by Clara Bell. 1882. 863 23 

Marianela ; tr. by Clara Bell. 1883. . . . 863 24 

Trafalgar ; tr. by Clara Bell. 1884 863 28 

Mendoza. Lazarillo de Tormes; tr. by 

Roscoe. 1881 863 20 



BASQUE. 



I. Outlines of Basque grammar. . 499 8 | Vinson. The Basque language. 

Webster. Basque legends. 1877 293 22 



1877... 293 22 



LTIC LANGUAGES AND LITERA- 

TURK. 



LANGUAGES. 

mo. Gaelic-Eng. and Eng.-Gaelic 

itaS t496B-i 

R. Diet of Scottish language.... {4961 



O'DoNOVAN. Grammar of Irish language. 496 2 

O'Reilly. Irish-Eng. diet. 1864 1496 B-2 

Prichard. Eastern origin of Celtic na- 
tions. 1857 4963 

Richards. Diet. Wel^-Eng., Eng- Welsh. I496 6 



% For reference. 



188 



CELTIC. — SLAVONIC. 



LITERATURE. 

Arnold. Study of Celtic literature. 1867. 8961 

Barddas ; tr. by Williams ab Ithel. 2 v. . . 299 24 

Book of rights; tr. by O'Donovan. 1847. 896 8 

Catalogue of collection of Celtic literature. 16 19 
Croker. Fairy legends, etc.. South of 

Ireland *293 17 

Curry, ed. Battle of Magh Leana, etc. . . 896 9 
Da VIES. Mythology of British Druids. . . 299 B-2 
Drummond. Ancient Irish minstrelsy. . . . 896 7 
Hughes, ed. Songs of Wales with music. 784 B-14 
Hunt. Popular romances, West of Eng- 
land. 1865. 2v 29324 

Joyce, trans. Old Celtic romances. 1879. 896 14 
Kennedy, ed. Legendary fictions of the 

Irish Celts. 1866 293 21 

Logan. Scottish Gael 941 40 

M'Callum, trans. Poems of Ossian, Or- 

raun, Ulin, etc. 1816 89610 

Macgregor na Ruara, Gaelic song of; tr. 

by Mrs. Grant 133 14 



Nash. Taliesin; bards and Dmids of 

Britain. 1857 

O'DoNOVAN, ed. Miscellany of Celtic soci- 
ety. 1849 

Owen, ed. Gems of Welsh melody, with 

music. 1873 78 

Ossian. Poems in original Gaelic and tr. 

by Macpherson. 1870. 2v 89 

Same ; tr. by Macpherson. x866 8 

Same ; 1773. 2v 8 

[Presentation copy, from Garric1c*s library, wi 
book plate and autograph.] 

SiKES. British goblins. 1880 21 

Skene, ed. The four ancient books of 

Wales. 1868. 2v 81 

Contents: V. x. Introduction. — Translation of | 

V. 9. Texu : Black book of Caermarthea.— B 

Aneurin. — Book of Taliessin. — Red book of Hei|i 

Stephens. Literature of the K3rmry 1 

Taliesin. Vindication of ; by Turner 94 

Turner. On ancient British poems 94 

Walker. Hist, memoirs of Irish bards. 
1818. 2v I 



SLAVONIC LANGUAGES AND LITE 

ATURE. 



HISTORY AND CRITICISM. 



897 22 

497 4 
897 20 



MORFILL. Dawn of Slavonic literature. . . 

Simplified grammar of Polish. 1884. . . 
Otto. History of Russian literature .... 
Robinson. Languages and literature of 

Slavic nations. 1850 897 i 

Same 897 24 

Turner. Studies in Russian literature . . . 897 19 



COLLECTIONS. 

BOWRING, trans, Cheskian anthology . . . 897 13 

Servian popular poetry. 1827 897 14 

Specimens of Polish poets. 1827 897 12 

Hapgood, /rawj. Epic songs of Russia. . 897 35 
Kappey, ed. Songs of Eastern Europe, 

with music ... 784 B-19 

Lytton, /r<z«j. National songs of Servia. 821.2 394 

Ralston, trans. Russian folk-tales 293 23 

Songs of the Russian people. 1872. . . . 293 28 



INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS. 

POETRY, FABLES, ETC. 

Krilof. And his fables ; by Ralston 897 11 

Fables ; tr. by Harrison. 1883 897 23 

* For young readers. 



MijATOVicH, /raifj. Kossovo. 1881.... S 

Nekrasov. Red-nosed frost. 1886 81 

Pushkin. Eugene On6guine ; tr. by Spal- 
ding. 1881 ft 

Stanislaus, King. Moral sentences. 1853. ft 

Turgeneff. Poems in prose. 1883 8 

PROSE FICTION. 

DosLOiEFFSKY. Crime and punishment. . S 

Gogol. Les ames mortes ft 

Pushkin. Marie ; tr. by Zielinska. 1877. 8 

TcHERNUiSHERSKY. A vital question 8 

Tolstoi. Anna Karenine (/>.) 8 

Anna Kar6nina ; Eng. trans. ft 

Same ft 

The Cossacks ft 

Tolstoi. War and peace ; part i. 2 v.. ft 

Same ; part 2. 2v ft 

TuRGENEFF. Fum6e. 1874 a 

Annouchka 81 

Dimltri Rondine 1 

Fathers and sons \ 

Same ftgg 

First love, and Punin and Baburin 8| 

A Lear of the steppe I 

% For rstHreiiM. 



J 



SLAVONIC. — HUNGARIAN. ETC. 



189 



moscovites . 



897 6 

897 29 

897 5 

897 5K 



Smoke 897 9 

Spring floods 897 8 

Virgin soil 897 2 

Same 897 3 



HUNGARIAN, TURKISH, ETC 



GUAGES AND LITERA- 
TURE. 

trans. Gipsey songs and poetry. 949 X14 



o Lavo-L.il. 1874.. 
vx. Ottoman poems 



1882 

Life in a cave 

em Midas. 1884 

andlord. 2 v 

;olk -songs ; tr. by Phillips. 1885. 



499 
899 

899 

899 

899 



5 

5 

7 

9 
2 



899 8 



^tuRRAY, trans. National songs, Rou- 
mania. 1859 

PKTdFi. Tr. from ; by Bowring. 1866 . . 
Selections from poems; tr. by Phillips. . 

Singer. Simplified grammar of Hunga- 
rian. 1882 

SzABAD. Hungarian literature 

ToRCENAU. Simplified grammar, Rouma- 
nian language. 1883 

Wekey. Hungarian grammar. 1852 . . . 



899 4 

899 I 

897 27 

499 9 
943 88 



459 
499 



AFRICAN AND POLYNESIAN. 



«JGUAGES AND LITERA- 
TURE. 

AY, trans. The Unkulunkula, etc., 

be Amazulu. 1870 299 13 

RD. Malayan and Polynesian lan- 

ic%, etc. 1848 499 14 

Sketch of modem lang^uages of 

ca. 1883. 2v 499 II 

Polynesian researches, v. i 919.6 9 

fyths and songs from the S. Pacific. 299 22 



Gray. Polynesian mythology. 1855 .... 299 17 

Hahn. Tsuni-lgoan. 1881 299 26 

Kessler. Language and lit. of Madagas- 
car. 1870 4996 

KoELLE. Grammar of Bomu lang. 1854. 499 2 
Parker. Concise grammar of Malagasy. 499 10 
Shortland. Traditions of N. Zealanders. 919.3 5 
Theol, //-A/ix. Kaf!ir folk-lore. 1882.... 29930 
TrUbner. Catalog., modern African lan- 
guages 16 Pam. 16 



ABORIGINAL AMERICAN. 



SGUAGES AND LITERA- 
TURE. 

td. American wonderland. 187 1. '299 7 

*299 8 

\,id. American hero-myths. 1882. 299 31 

of ChtUm BaUm 899 Pam. i 

fl^Oence. 1S83 899 6 

; legends : Walam Olum. etc 970.1 8 

of the new world. 1868 299 11 

.enqae de la langue iroquoise . . . 499 7 
. Indian myths. 1884 ♦299 33 

X For refwrence. * 



Hale. Iroquois book of rites. 1883. . . . 299 32 
Humboldt. Philosophic grammar of Am. 

languages ; ed. by Brinton. 1885 . . . 499 13 
Lkland, ^//. Algonquin legends. 1884.. 29934 
LUDEWIG. Literature of Am. aboriginal 

languages. 1858 166 

Matthews, ^</. Enchanted mocassins, etc. '299 9 

Same *299 10 

Powell. Mythology. N. A. Indians. . . .970.1 B-I3 
RiNK. Tales and traditions of Esquimaux. 970.1 49 
Schoolcraft. Myth of Hiawatha, etc. . 299 19 

For young roaders. 



190 



ENGLISH LANGUAGE. 



ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITE 

TURE. 



LANGUAGE. 

Earle. Philology of the English tongue. 420 11 
Hales, ed. Longer English poems ; with 

philolog. notes. 1872 428 2 

Harrison. English language. 1848.... 4203 

LOUNSBURY. Hist, of Eug. iang. 1879.. 42013 

Marsh. The English language, i860. . . 420 2 

Origin of the Eng. language. 1871. . . . 420 10 

Shepherd. Hist, of the Eng. language. . 420 5 

Trench. English, past and present. 1855. 420 4 

Welsford. Origin of Eng. language. . . . 420 i 
EARLY AND MIDDLE ENGLISH. 

Anglo-Saxon derivations. 1854 422 6 

Anglo-Saxon root-words. 1854 422 5 

BOSWORTH. Anglo-Saxon and Eng. diet. ^429 2 

Carpenter. English of XIV. century.. . 4283 
Coleridge. Glossarial index to English 

literature, 13th century. 1859 1(423 17 

Earle. Beginner in Anglo-Saxon. 1879. 4^9 9 

'Leo. Anglo-Saxon names. 1852 429 6 

March. Comparative grammar, Anglo- 
Saxon. 1870 429 3 

Morris am/ Skeat. Early English. 2 v. 4284 

Morris. Specimens of early English 428 i 

Oliphant. Old and middle English .... 420 12 

Shute. Anglo-Saxon. 1867 4295 

Sievers. Old English grammar. 1S85.. 425 18 

Sweet. Anglo-Saxon primer. 1882 .... 429 8 

Middle English primer. 1884 429 10 

Thorpe. Analecta Anglo-Saxonica. 1846. 429 i 

Vernon. Anglo-Saxon grammar. 1846.. 4294 

GRAMMAR. 

Abbott. Shakespearian gram. 1870 . . . 425 i 

Alford. Plea for queen's English. 1866. 420 6 

Bain. English grammar 425 5 

Berry. Parsing book. 1871 98.7 16 

Brown. Grammar of Eng. grammars... 425 7 

COBBETT. Eng. grammar ; ed. by Ayres. . 425 14 

De Vere. Studies in English. 1867 4207 

Discriminate. 1885 425 17 

English as she is wrote 829 3 

Gould. Good English. 1880 420 14 

Head. "Shall" and "will." 425 2 

Hodgson. Errors in use of English 425 1 1 

X For reference. 



Lewis. English language. 1881 

Moon. Dean*s English. 1865 

King's English. 188 1 

Reviser's English. 1882 

Morris. English grammar exercises .... 

Historical outlines of English accidence. 
Mulligan. Grammatical structure of Eng. 

language. 1878 

Nesbitt. Grammar-land. 1S78 

Ripley. Exercises in analysis, etc. 1882. 

Slip-shod EngUsh 

Welsh. Essentials of English. 1884... 
White. E very-day English. 1880 

Words and their uses. 1870. 2 v 

Whitney. English grammar. 1877 

Lessons in English. 1884 

SPELLING. PRONUNCIATION. 

Alderson. Orthographical exercises. . . . 
Ayres. The orthoepist. 1880 

The verbalist. 1882 

Bigelow. Punctuation, etc. 1881 , 

Brewer. Errors, speech and spelling . . . 

Cocker. Hand-book. 1878 

Drew. Pens and types. 1872 

Ellis. Early Eng. pronunciation, p't i . . 

Same ; part 2 

Same ; part 3 

Same ; part 4 

Eng. Spelling Reform Association report. 4 

Five hundred mistakes. 1873 

Hume. On the orthographie and con- 

gruitie of the Britain tongue 

Meredith. Every-day errors. 1875... 

MiiLLER. On spelling 4 

Murray. On spelling reform 4 

New England primer (reprint) 

Phyfe. How should I pronounce? 1885 
Pitman. Applied phonetics. 1879 . . .4 
RuNDELL. English spellings. 1882... 4 
Wilson. English punctuation 

ETYMOLOGY. 

Bailey. Etymological diet. 1726 

Cockayne. Spoon and sparrow ; Englis 
roots. 1861 

* For young readers. 



ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 



191 



1862 422 9 

Etymology. 1877 422 15 

•dera English. 1873 422 1 1 

of engrafted words. 1854 . . . ^422 7 
[ymologicum Anglicanam. 1743. 422 R-i 

Lost beauties of the English 

tgc 422 14 

Words, their use and abuse. . 422 18 
. Sources of English. 1873 . . 422 12 

Folk-etymology. 1882 {422 19 

an ter's note-book. 1876 422 13 

Etymological diet. 1882 I422 B-i 

Supplement. 1884 ^22 B-2 

Rambles among words. 1864. 422 10 

Study of words. 1852 422 17 

OD. Diet, of Eng. etymology. 4 v. ^422 i 

DIALECTS. ETC. 
'. Glossary, Wiltshire. 1842... {42 7 9 
glossary, Northamptonshire. 2 v. ^427 1 1 
Glossary of Dorset dialect. 1886. ^427 7 
r. Diet, of Americanisms. 1859. 14^7 i 
1 Anglicum ; early English diet. .820.2 344 
Supplementary Eng. glossary . . ^423 23 

Americanisms. 1872 ^427 2 

rs jGrammaiicus. Promptorium 
domm. 1853. 2v (423 15 

Lectures on Lancashire dialect. I427 1 7 
i/. Gentlemen's Mag. Lib.: Dia- 

etc. 1884 427 6 

Classical diet, of the vulgar tongue. ^427 3 

ll-Phillips. Diet, archaic and 

ncial words. 2 v ^23 10 

Slang dictionary. 1869 {427 5 

ialect of Cornwall. 1882 I427 4 

li Chin. Diet, of Eng. phrases. ^423 20 

Cheshire glossary. 1877 ^27 15 

Manipulus vocabulorum ; rhyming 

»nary. 1570 820.2 313 

423 19 

Hct. of Isle of Wight dialect. 1886. {427 10 

Glossary ; ed, by Hall i well <i al. 

2 Y J423 12-13 

George Eliot's use of dialect . . .427 Pam. i 

Diet, of Sussex dialect. 1875.. ^427 8 
Glossary of words used formerly 

tses different from the present. . . ^422 8 

Rhyming dictionary ^423 7 

Diet, of obsolete English. 2 v.. ^23 8-9 

glossary; by an inhabitant. 1855.^427 16 

SYNONYMS. ETC. 

English synonyms. 1852 ^424 i 

'hesaurus of Eng. words. 1870. . I424 2 

iynonyms. 1871 ^424 3 

>ic<. of English synonyms. 1871. ^424 4 

* For young readers. 



GENERAL DICTIONARIES. 

Barclay. Universal dictionary ^23 B~io 

BoAG. Imperial lexicon. 2 v ^423 B-8~9 

Chambers. Dictionary; ed, by Donald. .^423 B-13 

Craig. Dictionary. 1855. 2 v..T J423 4-5 

Hunter, ^</. Encyclopicdic diet. v. 1-5.J423 B-22 
Johnson. Dictionary. 18 18. 2 v ^1423 B-i 

Same; enlarged by Latham. 1866. 4 v.,\^i'^ B-3 

Knowles. Dictionary J423 B-7 

Murray, ^'d^. New English diet. pt. i-2..t423 B-41 

NUTTALL, ed. English dictionary ^423 3 

Ogilvie,/</. Imperial diet. 4 v J423 B-37-40 

Phillips. New world of words. 1706;. {423 B-21 

Same. 1720 J423 B-47 

Richardson. Dictionary. 1851. 2V.J423 B-11-12 
Stormonth. Etymolog. diet. 1S71 {423 18 

Dictionary. 1884 {423 B-48 

Waites. Forgotten meanings. 1886.... 1(422 20 
Walker. Critical pronouncing diet. 1819. ^23 25 

Same ; ed. by Sowerby ^23 2 

Webster. Am. diet, of Eng. language. . . ^23 24 

Same. 1881 1(423 B-19 

Williams. Readable dictionary, i860.. {423 6 

Worcester. Dictionary, i860 J423 B-20 

Wright, ^</. Universal Eng. diet. 5 v. ^423 B-14-18 



LITERATURE. 

HISTORY AND CRITICISM. 
General. 

Adams, ed. Diet, of Eng. literature {820 10 

Adams. Famous books. 1879 820.2 180 

Bascom. Philosophy of Eng. literature. . 820 5 
Brooke. English literature (primer). . .*820.2 176 
BucKLAND. Story of Eng. literature. . .*820.2 246 
Byrne, et al. Afternoon lect's on Eng. 

literature, Dublin. 1S63 820.2 15 

Chambers, ed. Cyclop, of Frng. litera- 
ture. 2 V ^820.2 B-6 

Same. 1847. 2 v ^820.2 166 

Chateaubriand. Essai sur la litt6rature 

anglaise. 2 v 840 79 

Sketches of Eng. literature. 1837. 2 v. 820.2 7 
Collier. Hist, of Eng. literature. 1877.820.2 179 
CoppsE. Eng. literature as interpreter of 

English history. 1873 820.2 16 

Craik. Eng. literature and lang. from the 

conquest. 1863. 2 v 

Disraeli. Amenities of Eng. literature. 

1S41. 2 V 820.2 5 

Dobson. H'db'k of Eng. literature. 1880.820.286 
Gilman. First steps in Eng. literature. . . *820 4 
Herford. Literary relations of Eng. and 

Germany, i6th century. i836 809 11 

X For reference. 



192 



ENGLISH LITERATURE: HISTORY AND CRITICISM. 



Lawrence. English literature primers. 

1879. 3 V 820.2 197 

z. Romance period, 
a. Classical period. 
3. Modern period. 

Maertz. New method for study of Eng. 

literature. 1879 S20 9 

Mills. Literature and literary men. 2 v. 820 2 9 
MiNTO. Manual of Eng. prose literature. 820.2 191 
Morell. Biog. hist, of Eng. literature. .820.2 243 
Morley. First sketch of Eng. literature. S20.2 19 
Morgan. Representative names in Eng. 

literature. 1876 820 8 

NiCOLL. Landmarksof English literature. S20 2 245 
Phillips. Popular manual of Eng. litera- 
ture. 1885. 2v 820.2101 

Reed. Lect's on Eng. literature. 185S.. 8207 
Richardson. Familiar talks on Eng. lit- 
erature. 1881 *820.2 196 

Sanborn, ^^. Literature lessons. iSS2.*820.2 B-ii 
SCHEU. HisL of Eng. literature. 1S82.. S20 13 
Shaw and Tuckerman. Manual of Eng. 

literature. 1869 820 3 

Smith and Tuckerman. Smaller history, 

Eng. and Am. literature. 1870 820 6 

Taine. Hist, of Eng. literature. 1872. 2V.S20.2 168 
Same ; abridged and ed. by Fiske. 1872 . 820.2 168 
Tauchnitz, ed. Five centuries of the Eng. 

language and literature. 1S60 820.2 39 

Underwood. H'db'k of Eng. literature. 820.2 14 

Early and Middle English. 

AzARiAS. Development of Eng. literature : 

old English. 1879 820.2 75 

Chautauqua library of Eng. hist, and liter- 
ature. 1879. 3v 820.2188 

Contents: i. To the later Norman period. 
a. The early Plantagenets. 
3. Wars of the Roses. 

Earle. Dawn of English literature. 1S84. 820.2 301 
GiLMORE. Eng. language and early liter- 
ature. 1S80 820.2 299 

HiPPlSLEY. Chapters on early Eng. liter- 
ature. 1837 820.2 4 

Metcalfe. Englishman and Scandinavian. 898 69 
Ten Brink. Early Eng. literature. 1S83. 820.2 116 
Washburn. Studies in early Eng. litera- 
ture. 1882 820.2 74 

Welsh. Development of Eng. literature 

and language. 18S2. 2v 820 11 

Wright. Essays on Eng. literature, mid- 
dle ages. 2 V 820.2 76 

^Vright, fd. IViographia Britannica liter- 
aria. 2v 92S.2 I 



Ijiter Periods. 

Collier. Poetical decameron. 1820. 2 
GossE. From Shakespeare to Pope. 18S5 
Hazlitt. Eng. comic writers. 1854. . . 

Lectures on English poets. 1S45 

MoRLEY. English literature, reign of Vi< 

toria. i88i 

Oliphant. Literary hist.. i8th~i9th ccn 

uries. 1882. 3v 

Perry. Eng. literature, 18th cent. 1SS3 
Ross. Scottish hist, and literature to tl 

reformation 

Stedman. The Victorian poets. 1876. 
Stoddard, ed. The late English poets . 
Thackeray. Eng. humourists, iSth cen 

ury. 1854 

Veitch. Hist, and poetry of the Scotiii 

border 

\\AKV,ed. The English poets. iSSo. 4 V 
Warton. Hist, of Eng. poetry to 17) 

century. 1870 . . 

Wharton {Mrs. Thompson). Literatu 

of society. 1862. 2v 

Williams. Poets and poetry of Ireland 
Wilson, ed. Poets and poetry of Scotlam 
YoNGE. Three centurii^s of Eng. liter 

ture. 1872 

Dramatical Literature, 

Archer. English dramatists of to-day. 
Collier. Hist. English dramatic poetr 

1831- 3 V 

Companion to the playhouse. 1764. 2 ^ 
Crawkurd. English comic dramatists . . 
Elze. Notes on Elizabethan dramatist 

1S84. 2V 

Halliwkll. Ludus Coventriae. 1841. 

Hase. Miracle plays, etc. 18S0 

Hazlitt, ed. English drama and stag 

1543-1664.? 

Hone. Ancient mysteries described. 1S2 
Lamb. Specimens of dramatic poets. 1S5 

Same. 1859 

List of miracle plays, etc. (Bui. B. P. L. v. . 

.S.MITH, ed. York plays. 1885 

.Symonds. Shakespeare's predecessors 

Eng. drama. 1884 

Ward. Hist, of Eng. dramatic literatu 

to the death of Anne. 1875. 2 v. . 

American Writers. 

Bkers. ed. A century of American liter 
ture. 1776-1S76 



* For younglreadetft. 



:nglish literature : American writers. — collections. 



193 



Anglo-American literature and 

s. 1852 820.13 

., ed. Cyclopedia of American 

re. 1877 820.1 B-i 

\merican humorists. 1882 . . . 828.1 4 
Short studies of American 

. 1880 820.134 

sctnres on American literature. 820.1 I 

Primer of Am. literature . . . 820.1 35 

LHierican literature ; 1620-1880. 820.1 36 

N. Primer of Am. hterature. . 820.1 30 

Poets of America. 1885 824.1 211 

istory of American literature, 

1765. 2 y. 1878 820.131 

D. Hand-book of English lit- 

: American authors. 1874... 820.1 2 

ENERAL COLLECTIONS. 

English reprints, 1868-71. 14 v. 820.2 26 
's: X. Mikon: Areopagitica. — Latimer: Ser- 
le ploughen. — Gotson : Schoole of abuse. 
icy : Apologie for poetrie.— Webbe : Trauailes. 

Table-talk. 
:hajn : Tozophilus. — Addiion : Criticiim on 
Lost. 

f : Eup^ucs ; The anatomy of wit ; Euphues 
ngland. 

icrs: The rehearsal.— Gascoigne: The Steele 
-Earle: Microcosmographie. 
imer : Seven sermons before Edward VL — More: 

tcnham : Arte of English poesie. 
veil: Instructions for forreine travell. — Udall : 
loister. — Revelation to the monk of Evesham, 
imes L : Essays of a prentice in the divine arte 
: Counterblast to tobacco. 

mton : Fragmenta regalia. — Watson : Passion- 
ie of love ; Eclogue, death of Sir Francis Wal- 
Teares of fancie. 

bington : Castara. — Ascham : The scholemaster 
ctei'ft miscellany: Songs and sonnets by Bur- 
et, Grimald and uncertain authors. 
irer : Sermons. — Webbe : A discourse of English 

nnony of the essays of Lord Bacon. 
de and be nott wrothe. — Dyaloge between gen- 
d husbandman. — Last fight of the Revenge. — 
{losB, etc. 

English poetry and prose ; 

tion. 1882 820.2 234 

/. Specimens of English prose 

the close of 17th century. 3 v. 820.2 i 

3m popular authors. 2 y 820 B-i 

'd. Our Christian classics. 4 V. 922.2 107 
Inglish literature. 1847. 2 v. S20 i 

Shorter works of English 

820.2 B-9 

f longer works, English verse 

le. i88i 820.2 B-io 



Saintsbury, ed. Specimens of English 

prose style. 1886 820.2 487 

Shaw and Smith, eds. Choice specimens 

of English literature. 1871 820.2 13 

Skeat, ed. Specimens of English litera- 
ture, 1394-1579 820.2 103 

Waller. Pictures from Eng. literature. .820.2 B-8 

Eakly and Middle English. 
CoNYBEARE. Illustrations of Anglo-Saxon 

poetry. 1826 821.2 B-3 

Early English Text Society publications. 

1864. 82 parts in 49 vols 820.2 3O8 

Contents: z. The pearl; cleanness; patience.— 
Three early English alliterative poems, 
a. Arthur; sketch of his life in early English verse. 

3. Tracute, concemyn ye office and dewtie of kyngia, 
etc. ; by W. Lander. 

4. Sir Gawayne and the green knight. 

5. Orthographic and congruitie of the Britan tongue; 
by Alex. Hume. 

6. Lancelot of the laik. 

7. • Story of Genesis and Exodus in English verse of 
about 1300 A. o. 

8. Morte Arthure ; alliterative version. 

9. Animadversions uppon the annotacions and correc- 
tions of Chaucer's workes ; by Thynne. 

zo. Merlin. Part z. 

xz. Sir David Lyndesay's monarchie. Part x. 
Z2. The wright^s chaste wife. 
Z3. Seinte Marherete ; three texts, Z200-Z330. 
14. Romance of Kyng Horn, etc. 
Z5. Political, religious and love poems, from the Lam- 
beth MS. 

16. A trctice in Englisch brevely drawne out of the 
book of Quintis Esscncijs in Latyn. 

17. Parallel extracts from 39 MSS. of Piers Plowman. 
x8. Hali Meidenhad, about laoo. 

Z9. Lyndesay's monarche. Part 3, etc. 

ao. Some treatises by Richard Rolle de Ham pole. 

ax. Merlin. Part a. 

aa. Romans of Partenay. 

33. Dan Michel's ayenbite of inwyt. 

34. Hymns to the Virgin and Christ, etc. 

35. The stacions of Rome, etc. 

36. Religious pieces, prose and verse. 

37. Manipulus vocabulorum; a rhyming diet.; by 
Peter Levins, 1570. 

aS. Langland's vision of Piers Plowman. P*t z, text A. 

39. Early English homilies. Part x. 

30. Pierce the Ploughman's crede. 

31. Mirk's duties of a parish priest. 

3a. The babees' boke, the children's book ; bokes of 
norture of J. Russell, etc. 

33. Knight de la Tour-Landry, Z372. 

34. Early English homilies. Part 2. 

35. Lyndesay's works. Part 3. 

36. Merlin. Part 3. 

37. Lyndesay's works. Part 4. 

38. Vision of Piers Plowman. Part a, text B. 

39. Alliterative romance of the destruction of Troy. 
Part z. 

40. English gilds ; statutes, etc. 
4z. Wm. Lander's minor poems. 



194 



ENGLISH LITERATURE : COLLECTIONS. 



»♦ 



4a. Beniardut de Cura rei famuliorw. 

43. Rad*s raving, etc. 

44. Alliterative romance of Joseph of Arimathie, or 
the holy grail. 

45. King Alfred's Wett-Saxon version of St. Gregory's 
pastoral care Part x. 

46. Legends of the holy rood. 

47. Lyndesay's works. Part 5. 

48. The times' whistle. 

49. An old English miscellany. 

50. King Alfred's version of Gregory. Part a. 

52. lafe of St. Juliana, a versions. 
5a. Palladius on hiubondrie, Englisht. 

53. Old English homilies. Series a. 

54. Vision of Piers Plowman. Part 3, text C. 

55. Generydes ; a romance. 

56. Destruction of Troy. Part a. 

57. Early English version of the ** Cursor Mundi ; 
4 texts. Part x. 

58. The Blickling homilies. Part x. 

59. Cursor Mundi. Part 2. 

60. Meditacynns on the soper of our Lorde. 

61. Thomas of Erceldoune. 
6a. Cursor Mundi. Part 3. 

63. Blickling homilies. Part a. 

64. Francis Thynne's emblemes and epigrams. 

65. Bedomes dacge, etc. 

66. Cursor Mundi. Part 4. 

67. Vision of Piers Plowman. Part 4, sec. x. Notes. 

68. Cursor Mundi. Parts. 

69. Adam Davy's five dreams about Edward II.— "Life 
of St. Alexius, etc. 

70. Generydes. Part a. 

71. Lay folks* mass book ; 4 texts. 
7a. Palladius on husbondrie. Part 2. 

73. Blickling homilies. Part 3. 

74. English works of Wyclif, hitherto unprinted. 

75. Catholicon Anglicum ; early Eng. diet. 1483. 

76. Aelfric's lives of saints. Part i. 

77. Beowulf; autotypes of the unique cotton MS., 
with transliteration, etc. 

78. Fifty earliest English wills. 

79. KingAlfred*s Orosius. Part x. Old English text 
and Latin original. 

80. Life of St. Katherine. 

8x. Vision of Piers Plowman, Part 4, sec. 2. General 
preface and indexes. 

82. Aelfric's lives of saints. Part 2. 

Same ; extra series. 1S67. 44 parts in 

35 vols 820.2 400 

Contents: i. Romance of William of Palerne. 

a. Early English pronunci.ition ; by A. J. Ellis. P't x. 

3. Caxton's book of curtesye. 

4. Havelok the Dane. 

5. Chaucer's Boethius. 

6. Chevelerc Assigne. 

7. Early English pronunciation ; by Ellis. Part a. 

8. Queene Elizabeth's achademy, a book of prece- 
dence, etc. 

9. The fratemitye of vacabondes ; by John Awdeley. 
—A caveat of warenine for common cursetors ; by Thos. 
Harman. — Sermon in praise of thieves ; by Parson Ha- 
ben. — Groundworke of conny-catching. 

xo. Andrew Boorde's introduction of knowledge and 
dyetary of helth. — Barnes in the defence of the berde. 
—Life of Boorde. 

tFor 



XI. The Bruce ; comp. by John Barbonr. 
It. England in Henry Vlll.'a time; a 
Thos. Starkey. Part a. 
X3. Supplycacyon of the b^gert ; by Sim 

14. Early English pronunciacion ; by Ell 

15. Robot Crowley's epigrams, etc. 
x6. Chaucer on the astrolabe. 
17-18. Complaynt of Scotlande. 
X9. The myroux« of oure Ladye. 
•o. Hutory of the holy grael. Part x. 
ax. The Bruce. Part a. 
99. Brinklow's complaynt of Roderick 

lamentacyon of a Christen against the cityi 
23. Early English pronunciation ; by EUi 
a4. History of the holy grael. Part a. 
25-26. Romance of Guy of Warwick. P 
27. English works of Bishop Fisher. Pai 
a8. History of the holy grael. Part 3.- 

to Boorde's dietary. 

29. The Bruce. Part 3. 

30. History of the holy grael. Part 4. 

31. Alexander and Dindimus. 
3a. England in Henry VIII.'s time. Pi 

key's life and letters, etc. 

33. Gesta Romanorum. 

34. English Charlemagne romances. I 
Fernumbras. 

35. Same. Part a. Segt of Melayne.- 
land.— Fragment of the song of Roland. 

36-37. Same. Parts 3-4 : Lyfe of Char] 
tr. from the French by Caxton. 

38. Same. Part 5. The Sowdone of Bal 

39. Same. Part 6. Rauf Coilyear. — F 
Roland and Vemagu. — Otnel. 

4o>4i. Same. Parts 7-8. Boke of Du 
Burdeux. Parts i-a. 

42. Romance of Guy of Warwick ; two te 

43. English Charlemagne romaiices. P: 
of Duke Huon. Part 3. 

44. Same. Part 10. Four sonnes of Aya 
by Caxton. Part x. 

Ellis, ed. Specimens of early Englis 
metrical romances. (See page 161). 

Percy Society publications. Early Englu 
poetry, ballads, and popular literatui 
of the middle ages. Ed. from origioi 
manuscripts, etc. 1840-52. 31 v. 

(For contents, see supplement to printed catalo] 

Thorpe, ed. Codex Exoniensis; Angl< 
Saxon poetry ; with Eng. trans, an 
notes. 1842 

Weber, ^</. Metrical romances, I3th-I5t 
cent's. (See page 161.) 
[See mediasval epics, romances and legend 



POETICAL COLLECTIONS 

Austin. Poetry of the period 

Beeton, ed. Great book of poetry. 2 1 
Bellew, ed. Poet's comer; a manual < 

English poetry 

Bentley ballads (from " Bentley'i Miacc 

lany"). 1862 

reference. 



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195 



rhc. 1862 811 81 

ed. Golden poems. 1882 821 21 

td. Library of poetry and song. X%7,\ 4 
L, T. , ed. Specimens of the Brit- 

oets. 1819. 7v 821.25 

td. Specimens of the less known 

sh poets. 1868. 3v 821.2 12 

td. Fireside encyclop. of poetry. {8 21 B-i 
i. Household book of poetry. .. . ^3 11 5 
L Afternoons with the poets. ... 81 1 59 
\ collection of poems ; by several 

Is. 1770. 6v 821.2186 

nowflakes. 1869 811 19 

I, fd, Parnassus. 1875 811 6 

ed. With the poets 821 33 

English poems and poets. 1870. 821.2 16 
\nd Whipple, eds. Family library 

Jritish poetry ^821.2 B-8 

The. 1868 821 8 

d poems, i6th cent. (Camden Soc.). (y\2 135 
/. Selections from English poets. S21.2 20 

:, ed. Little classics: lyrical 821 lu 

e: narrative. 1875 .... 821 11 

e: minor poems. 1875 ^21 9 

famous poems. 1877 821 14 

ZK^ed. Our poetical favorites. 3 v. S21 18 
and Stoddard, eds. English 

6. 1883. 5v 82128 

ed. Rare poems, i6th and 17th 

irics. 1SS3 821.2 170 

, eJ. Thousand and one gems. . . 821 5 
f poets (No name scries). 1878..S21.1 217 
, ed. Shorter English poems.. . .821.2 B-7 

id pictures 81 1 06 

, ed. Female poets of Great Hri- 

1854 821.2 17 

, ed. Harper's cyclop, of poetry. ^821 IJ-2 
i^,ed. The humbler poets. 18S5. 821.1 167 

'd. Laurel and lyre. 1867 3i i 16 

.K, ed. Songs of three centuries. . 821 6 

American IVriiers. 

ALL, ed. Poets and poetry of the 

t. 1S60 821.17 

, ed. Sel. from Canadian poets. .82 1.2 719 
,ed. Poets of Connecticut. 1S43. S21.1 4 
x>,ed. Female poets of Am. 1853. S21.1 6 
.nd poetry of America. 1S47. ... 821.1 5 
{, Golden leaves from Am. poets. 821. i 9 
., ed. Specimens of Am. poetry. 

. 3v 821. 1 I 

,«/. Anthology of New Nether- 

1S65 821.1 B-i 

k book of poetry. 1837 821.1 314 

X For rofcrence. 



Old Ballads and Songs. 

Allingham, ^</. Ballad book. 1879.. . .821.2 168 

B£LL, ed. Early ballads. 1877 821.2 65 

Chappell, ed. Popular music of olden 

time. 2 V 784 B-I 

Child, ed. English and Scottish ballads. 

i860. 8 V 821.2 51 

Same. 18S2-1885. pts. 1-3 821.2 B-io 

Collection of black-letter ballads and broad- 
sides. 1559-1597 821.2 83 

Collection of old ballads. 1723 (2 St.). 3 v. 821.2 59 

CoLLiKK, eJ. Lyrical poems. 1 5 89- 1600. 821.2 456 
Old ballads 821.2 444 

Dixon and Bell, eds. Ballads and songs 

of the peasantry 821.2 66 

IIalliwell-Phillipps, t'd. Early naval 

ballads 821.2 445 

IIazlitt, ed. Remains of early popular 

poetry of England. 1S64 821.2 96 

Contents : The king and the barker. — Kyng and her- 
mit. — Cokwold's daiince. — Thrush and nighting^ale.— 
Vox and wolf. — Ragman roll. — Debate of the carpenter's 
tools. — Colyn Klowbols testament. — Childe of Bristowe. 
Merchant and son. — Ser John Mandevelle and the gret 
Souden. — Syr Peny.— How the wise man taught hit son. 
How the guode wif ihaught hir doughter. — How a mer- 
chande dyd hys wyfc betray.- -How the plowman lemed 
his p.-iiernostcr. — Lyfe of Kuberte the Deuyll. — Kynge 
Roberd of Cysille. 

Inc.ledkw, cd. Ballads and songs of York- 
shire. I S60 821.2 72 

Jewett. Ballads and songs of Derbyshire. 821.2 73 
Lanier, S., rY. The l)oy's Percy. 18S2. ♦821.2 653 
Lo(;an, I'd. Pedlar's pack of ballads, etc.. 8 2 1.2 64 
Mack AY, ed. Songs and ballads relative 

to London prentices 821.2 444 

OxENFORi). Old English ditties 784 B-3 

Parky, /-</. British national ballads. 1829. 821.262 
Percy, ed. Folio manuscript : ballads, etc. 

1868. 3 V 821.2 85 

Same: songs (2 st.) 821.2 87^^ 

Keliqucs of ancient Kng. poetry. 1S45. 821.2 84 
Rimbault, ed. Old ballads of the great 

frost. 1683-4 821.2 452 

KrrsoN, id. Ancient popular poetry (2 st.). 821.2 94 
Contents : Adam liel, Clym oi the Clough and Wil- 
Ham of Cloudeslie. — The frere and the boy. — The king 
and the barker. — Huwanierchandedyd his wyfe betray. — 
How the wise man taught his son. — Sir Peny. — Life and 
death of Tom Thumb. — Lover's quarreL — Glossary. 

English songs, with airs. 3 v 821.2 491 

Hobin Hood ballads. 2 v 923.2 320 

Roberts, ed. Legendary ballads, England 

and Scotland 821.2 63 

Wright, ed. Lyric poetry, time of Ed. 1. 821.2 447 

For young readers. 



196 ENGLISH LITERATURE : 

Scottish. 

Aytoun, ed. Ballads of Scotland. 2 v. .821.2 504 
Lays of Scottish cavaliers, etc. 1877. .821.2 506 

Ballad minstrelsy of Scotland. 1871 821.2 78 

Dixon, ed. Scottish traditional versions of 

ancient ballads 821.2 460 

Herd, a/. Ancient and modem Scottish 

songs. 1869. 2v S21.2 74 

Mackay, ed. Legendary and romantic 

ballads of Scotland. 1861 821.2 77 

Motherwell. Minstrelsy, ancient and 

modem. 1873 821.2 95 

Mu&RAY, ^</. Ballads and songs of Scot- 
land. 1874 821.2 76 

RiTSON, r^. Scotish songs. 1869. 2 v. 7S4 23 

ScOTT, ed. Minstrelsy of the Scottish bor- 
der. 1821. 3v 821.2100 

Irish. 
C&ORER, ed. Historical songs of Ireland. 821.2 444 
Popular songs illustrative of French in- 
vasions of Ireland 821.2 464 

Hayes, ed. Ballads of Ireland. 2 v 821.2 79 

Joyce, ^</. Ballads of Irish chivalry. 1872.821.280 

Miscellaneous Lyrical Poetry. 

Bell, ed. Songs from the dramatists 821.2 82 

Same. 1882 821.2 659 

GOSSE, ed. English odes. 1881 821.2 580 

Graves, ed. Songs of Irish wit. etc 821.2 727 

Lodge, ed. Ballads and lyrics. 18S2 821 25 

Lover, ed. Lyrics of Ireland. 1858. ... 821.2 81 
Oliphant, re/. La musa madrigalesca.. .. 821.2 71 
Palgrave, ed. Golden treasury of songs, 

etc. 1880 821.2 516 

Record. English songs from foreign 

tongues. 1879 81157 

Universal songster. 3v 811 9 

WiLKlNS, ed. Political ballads, I7th-i8th 

centuries, i860 821.2 68 

Songs with Music. 

Brown, ed. The thistle, with music. 1883 . 784 B-23 
Caui.kield, ed. Vocal music in Shakes- 
peare's plays. 2 v 784 B-5 

CusiNS, r^. Songs from Tennyson. 1880. 784 R-2 

DiBDiN, ed. Songs. 1847 784 6 

Eastman, ed. Masonic melodies, with 

music. 1825 784 5 

Elliot, ed. Songs of Yale. 1880 784 15 

Engel. National music 780 6 

Frost, /^. Western juvenile harp. 1841. 7847 

Graham, ed. Songs of Scotland 784 B-4 

Hampton plantation songs 378 22 

Hatton, ed. Humorous songs 784 B-20 

Songs of England. 2 v 784 B-io 



POETICAL COLLECTIONS. 

Hatton attd Molloy, eds. Songs of Ire 
land 

Hrald and Dutton, eds. Cannina Yalen 
sia 

Hills, ed. Students' songs. 1883 

Hogarth, ed. Book of British songs 

HULLAH, ed. Song-book. 1877 

Johnson, ed. Our familiar songs, etc. . . . 

Jubilee negro melodies 

McCaskey, ^</. Franklin Square song coL 

Mackav, ed. Songs of Scotland 

Modem ballads 

RiTSON, ed. English songs. 2 v f 

Ritter, ed. Some famous songs ^i 

RoFFE. H'db'k to Shakespeare music. . .i 

Slave songs of the United States. 1867. . 

Songs of negro minstrelsy 

Spirituelles ; unwritten songs of South Car- 
olina 7E 

Sonnets. 

Caine, ed. Sonnets of three centuries 

Dennis, ed. English sonnets. 1881 \ 

Hunt. Book of the sonnet. 1867. 2 v. 
Main, ed. Treasury of English sonnets. .{ 
Sharp, ^^. Sonnets of this century. 1886. f 
Waddington, ed. English sonnets ; living 

writers. 1881 g 

English sonnets ; poets of the past. . . : .£ 

Religious Poetry. — Hymnoix)G^ 

Alexander, ed. Sunday book of poetry. 
Helcher. Hist, sketches of hymns. 1S59. 

BuTTERWORTH. Story of the hymns. 

Carpenter, ed. Songs, sacred, etc. 1865. 
DUFFIELD. English hymns ; their authors, 

etc. 1886 

Farr, ed. Select poetry, chiefly sacred, 

reign of James I. 1847 3: 

Same, reign of Elizabeth. 1845. ^ v. 
' FoxcROFT, ed. Resurgit ; hymns of the 

resurrection. 1879 

Furnivall, ed. Hymns of the 9th cent'y.S 
Hatfield. PoeU of the church. 1884.. 

Horder, ed. iThe poets' Bible 

Hymnal according to use of P. E. Church 

of U. S. 1872 

Hymns to the Virgin, 13th cent'y 3; 

Keble, trans. Ancient church hymns. . .8: 

King. Anglican hymnology. 18S5 

Mac DONALD, Geo., ed. England's anti- 

I phon 

■ Miller. Our hymns ; their authors, etc.. 

, Singers and songs of the church 

1 Palmer, ed. Book of praise. 1864 



I 



ENGLISH LITERATURE : 

religions sorrow, etc. 1863 8ai 7 

. Christian hymns and writers . 245 28 

he. 1883 245 26 

ed. Singers and songs of the 

d faith. 1875 821.1 8 

s, a/. Evenings with the sacred 

s. 1869 24523 

ed. Christ in song. 1870 245 I 

\nd Oilman, eds. Library of re- 

as poetry. 1881 jSi i B-i 

nc. Index of names of authors of 

nSp etc. 1863 245 Pam. i 

ON. Biog. of certain hymns .... 922 14 
ON, ed. Lyra celestis. 1863 .... 245 7 

i. Life of the apostles 821 12 

of the patriarchs 821 13 

T, a/. English sacred poetry. .. .821.2 248 
srooN, ed. New hymnal for S. S. 98.7 8 

Poetry for the Young. 

/. Poetry for children *8i i 80 

d. Poetry for children. 1882. 3 v. *8ii 70 
ed. Poet's walk ; int. to English 

ry. 1882 *82i.2 646 

loose's melodies, with notes, etc. . *8i9 35 
E, rt/. Children's treasury. 1882. *82i 26 
^.^ed. Children's garland. 1877.. *82i 17 

/. Select poetry for children ♦821 22 

r the young. 1881 ♦821 23 

R,rt/. Child life. 1879 ♦811 61 

Special Collections. 

i. Fair words about fair women. 811 73 

, ed. Tears for the little ones. . . 811 30 

ictionary. 1867 t8i i 33 

the law 348 6 

rize poems. 1836 821.2 23 

r. Poet's beasts 599 44 

sirds 598 65 

Lines and lays for wedding days. 811 83 

^oems of Politics and Patriotism. 

ed. Bugle-echoes ; poems of the 

war. 1886 821. 1 333 

ed. Selections of war lyrics .. .821.1 316 
-gan songster No. t (Augusta, Ga.). 29 4 
)ns,ed. Poems of Am. patriotism. 82 1. 1 289 

d. Lyrics of loyalty. 1864 821.1 246 

d and political ballads of the 

lion. 1864 821. 1 317 

hymes and rhapsodies. 1864. . .821.1 313 

.nd ballads of the revolution 821.1 10 

4 the soldiers. 1864 821. i 297 

fthe Southern people. 1861-65. 821. i 336 
rd, Cavalier and Puritan songs. 821.2 67 

X For reference. 



POETIC A L COLLECTIONS. 



197 



Poets' tributes to Garfield 821. i 267 

Preble. Hist, of patriotic songs of U. S. 971 B~7 

White. National hymns 811 7 

Wright, ed. Latin poem on the deposi- 
tion of Richard II 82i.a 106 

Political ballads of the commonwealth.. 821. 2 446 
Political songs Eng., John tu Edward II. 821.2 70 

Poems of Heroism and Action. 

AuciiMUTY, z*^. Poems of Eng. heroism. 821.2 559 
Baker, ^'^. Ballads of bravery. 1877... 811 60 

In the saddle. 1882 8li 65 

McCabe. Ballads o( battle, etc 821 15 

Poems of Places. 

Longfellow, <rt/. Poems of places : Africa. 811 37 

America, British, etc 811 54 

New England. 2 v 8n 42 

Middle states 811 56 

Southern states 811 52 

Western states 811 53 

Asia. 3 V 8ii 34 

Belgium and Holland 811 25 

England and Wales. 4 v 811 44 

France. 2 v 811 48 

Germany. 2v 811 50 

Greece and Turkey 811 29 

Italy. 3v 811 20 

Ireland 811 38 

Oceanica, etc 811 55 

Russia 811 32 

Scotland, Denmark, etc. 3 v 811 32 

Spain and Portugal. 2 v 811 24 

Switzerland and Austria 811 23 

Sea and shore. 1874 811 27 

Ward, ed. Surf and wave. 1883 811 69 

Poems of Society. 

Adams, ^1/. Songs of society. 1880. .. .821.2 544 
Hannah, ed. The courtly poets. 1870. . 821.2 21 
Parlor muse. 1884 821 34 

Poems of Flowers. 

DUMONT, ^d^. Floral offering. 1868 58321 

Flower lore 583 9 

Friend. Flowers and flower lore. 2 v. . 583 19 

HuLMK. Bards and blossoms. 1877 583 10 

Festival Poems, 

Bramley, ed. Christmas carols 784 B 24 

Bramley and Stainer, eds. Christmas 

carols, with music 784 B~4 

Bitllen, ed. Christmas garland ; carols, 

etc. 1885 821.2 406 

Festival poems. 18S4 811 74 

Hervey. Book of Christmas. 1845.... 821.24 

* For young readers. 



198 



ENGLISH LITERATURE I DRAMATIC COLLECTIONS. 



Husk, ed. Songs of the nativity 8ii 77 

Irving. Old Christinas. 18S2 394 38 

Sandys. Christinas carols, ancient and 

modern. 1833 811 75 

Christmastide ; history, carols, etc 394 44 

Festive songs, i6th, 17th centuries 821.2 466 

Songs and carols, T5th-I7th centuries. . . .821.2 466 
Sylvester, ed. Christmas carols, ancient 

and modern. 1S61 811 76 

Wriqht, ed. Old Christmas carols 82 1.2 44S 

Songs and carols, isth century 82 1.2 466 

DRAMATIC COLLECTIONS. 
Beix. ed. British theatre. 1780. 14 v. . S22.2 57 

CoHtents: V. x. Zata: by Hill. — Venice preserved; 
by Otway. — ^Jane Shore; by Rowe. — Siege of Damascus; 
by Hughes. — Distressed mother ; by Phillips. 

V, 9. Provoked wife ; by Vanbrugh. — Every man in 
his humor ; by Jonson.— Beaux stratagem ; by Farquhar. 
— Old bachelor: by Congreve. — Committee ; by Howard. 

V. 3. All for love ; by Dryden.— Orphan ; by Otway. 
— Tancred and Sigismunda ; by Thompson. — George 
Barnwell ; by Lillo.— Isabella ; by Southern. 

V. 4. Twins ; by Woods.— Deserter ; by Dibdin. — 
Commissary, orators and patron ; by Foote — F.dg.ir and 
Emmeline ; by Hawkesworth. — Rival candidates ; by 
Bates. — Three weeks after marri.ige; by Murphy.— Ron 
ton; by Garrick. — Comus; by Milton. — All the world's 
a stage ; by Jackman. — Contrivances ; by Carey. — Hob 
in the well ; by Cibber. — Spirit of contradiction ; by a 
gentleman of Cambridge. 

V. 5. Royal convert, and Lady Jane Grey ; by Rowe. 
— Alexander the great and Theodosius ; by Lee. — 
Mahomet ; by Miller. 

V. 6. Miser; by Fielding.— Provoked husband; by 
Vanbrugh and Cibber. — She would and she would not; 
by Cibber. — Busybody; by Centlivre. — Sir H. Wildair; 
by Farquhar. 

V. 7. Siege of Damascus: by Hughes. — Merope; by 
Hill. — Electra; tran>. from Sophocles. — Kurydice ; by 
Mallet. — Boadica; by (Hover. 

V. 8. Twin rivals; by Farquhar. — Country wife; by 
Wycherlcy. — Fair qu.iker of Deal ; by Sh.'idwell. — Al- 
chymist; by Jonson. — Love's last shift ; by Cibber. 

V. 9. Sophonisba ; by Thomst>n. — Philastre ; by Beau- 
mont and Fletcher.— Virginic ; by ('risp.— Giistavus 
Vasa ; by Brooke. — ITlysscs; by Rowe. 

V. 10. Volpone ; by Jonsun. — Country las:»es: by 
Johnson. — Mistake : by V.inbrugh. — Gamest<*rs ; by Shir- 
ley. — Lady's last stake ; by Cibber. 

V. II. Beggar's opera; by Gay. — Comus; by Milton. 
— Jovial crew, and accomplished maid; by Wild. — Lione| 
and Clarissa. 

V. 12. Guardian, high life below stairs, Lethe, and miss 
in her teens; by Garrick.— Apprentice and upholsterer: 
by Murphy. — Anatomist ; by Ravenscraft. — Florizel and 
Perdita altered from Shakespeare's Winter's Tale.— 
Mock doctor ; by Fielding.— Taste and knights : by 
Foote. — Deuce is in him ; by Colman. — Sultan.— Chap- 
let ; by Mendez. 

V. 13. (Wanting). 

V. 14. Citizen ; by Murphy. — Toy -shop: by Dodslcy. 
Golden pippin ; by O'Hara. — Englishman in Paris, Eng- 
lishman returned from Paris, and Author ; by Foote.— 



I 



I 



Intriguing chambermaid ; by Fielding. — ^Poll 
combe. — Brave Irishman ; by Sheridan. — Milk 
field ; by Dodslcy.— Padlock ; by Bickenuff.- 
and Petruchio and Cymon ; by Gazrick. — Rcgi 
by Reed. 

Descriptive catalogue of English plajrs to 
1811 q 

DonsLEY,r</. Old Eng. plays. 1874. 157. 

Cflnienis: V. i. Interlude of four element] 
and Melibaea. — Everyman. — Hickscomer. — Pai 
the friar ; by Hey wood. — World and child.— G< 
ises. — The four P. P. — Theraites. 

V. 3. Interlude of youth. — Lusty Juventui; 
— Jack Juggler. — Nice wanton. — Hist, of J 
Esau. — Disobedient child ; by Ingelend.— M 
wit and science. 

V. 3. New custom. — Ralph Roister Doister; 
— Gammer Gurton's needle. — Trial of treasi 
will to like ; Fulwell. 

V. 4. Damon and Pithias. — Appius and 1 
Cambyses; by Preston. — Misfortunes of Art 
onimo. 

V. 5. Spanish tragedy ; by Kyd. — Cornelia, 
and Perseda. — Life and death of Jack Straw. 

V. 6. Conflict of conscience ; by Woodes.- 
umphs of love and fortune. — Three ladies of 
by Wilmot. — Three lords and three ladies of '. 
Knack to know a knave. 

V. 7. Tancred and Gismunda. — Wounds of 
— Mucedorus. — Two angry women of Abii 
Porter. — Look about you. 

V. 8. Summer's last will and testament.— £ 
Robert Earl of Huntington. — Death of Robe 
Huntington. — Contention between liberality s 
gality. — Grim the collier of Croydon. 

V. 9. How to choose a good wife from a ba( 
from Parnassus. — Wily beguiled. — Lingua. — B 
enforced marriage. 

V. 10. The re%-enger*s tragedy.— Dumb 
Merry devil of Edmonton. — Ram-ally. — SecoM' 
tragedy. — Englishmen for my money ; by Hau 

V. ti. A woman is a weathercock. — Amendj 
-Green's tu quoque. — Albumazar. — The hof 
his pearl.- The heir. 

V. 12. The old couple. — A woman never ve 
ordinary. — London chanticleers. — Shepherd* 
by Rutter— True Troj.ins. — Lost lady: by B 

V. 13. Match at midnight. — City nighic 
match. — Queen of Arragun. — The antiquary. 

V. 14. The rebellion ; by Rawlins.— Lusi's 
— Andromana; by J. S. — Lady alimony.— Pai 
ding. 

V. 15. Elvira, or the worst is not always ti 
riage night; by Falkland. — Adventures of fi^ 
All mistaken. — Historia histronica. 

Kng. prologues and epilogues. 1779. 4 v, 

French's minor drama. 39 v. in 13 

[See contents in printed catalogue of i8;x.l 

French's standard drama. 45 v. in 23 

[See contents in printed catalogue of 1871.] 

Halliwell-Phillips. Diet, of old Eng 
lish plays, i860 



ENGLISH LITERATURE : DRAMATIC COLLECTIONS. 



199 



Origin of English drama. 3 v. 822.2 22 
'*■.* V. I. Candlemas-day. — Everyman. — 
omer. — Lusty Juventus. — Gammer Gurton's 
^ambises King of Percia ; by Preston. 
Spanish tragedy; by Kyd.— Love of King 
d fair Bcthsabe, with tragedy of Abtalon ; by 
oilman and Perseda (attributed to Kyd). — Fer- 
'orrcx, or Gorboduc ; by Buckhurst and Norton. 
Supposes ; by Ariosto. — Satiro. — Mastix ; by 
-Return from Parnassus. — Wily beguiled. 

ed. British theatre. 12 v 822.2 45 

ntents in printed catalogue of 1871.] 

British dramatists. 1S70. . . 822.2 40 
is: Intro, essay; by Lilly. — Alexander and 
e ; by Pecle. — Love of King David and fair 
:; by Greene.— Friar Bacon and friar Bungay* 
iwc. — Edward II. — Dr. Faust us ; by Johnson. — 
It. — Every man in his humour ; by Beaumont 
cher. — Philaster. — A king no king.— Knight of 
ing pestle ; by Webster. — Duchess of Malfi ; by 
— Antonio and Mellida. — Antonio's revenge; by 
ST. — Virgin martyr. — Duke of Milan. — New way 
d debts; by Ford. — Lady's trial ; by Hey wood. 
D killed with kindness; by Shirley. — The traitor. 
rothers. 

d. English plays. 1879 822.2 B-i 

e plays and poems. 1885 818 12 

drama. 10 v 812 B-i 

Us ; V, X. Bulwer : Lady of Lyons and Riche- 
tylor : To oblige Benson. — Buckstone : A kiss 
ark. — Boucicault : London assurance.— Whitly : 
land's secret. — Maltby: Two flats and a sharp. 
otxebue : The stranger. — Robinson : Mr. Joffin's 
. — Coyne : An unprotected female. — Selby : The 
rake. — Smith: The happy pair.— Payne: Bru- 
jQCC. — Delicate ground. — Barry : Persecuted 
SB. — Shakespeare: Julius Ca:sar. — Daveau: The 
f my life. — Maltby : For better or worse. 

Bulwer: Money. — Becher: A crimeless crim- 
. my uncle's suit. — Webster: Til tell your wife. 
I : Ion. — Merivale : A husband in clover.— Rob- 
Caste.— Morton: Slasher and Crasher.— Hay : 
excuse. — Sheridan : The school for scandal.— 
if y ndghbor^s wife. — Mack : The darkest hour. 
nith : She stoops to conquer.— Williams: My 
t. — Marry in haute and repent at leisure.— Jer- 
M rent-day.— Edwardes and CuUerne : Used up. 
Home: Douglas. —Planch^: Captain of the 
nd follies of a night. — The obstinate family.— 

Jr.: The iron chest. — Buckstone: Good for 
—Love and rain. — S. T. Smith : My uncle'si will, 
:b i* which. — Selby: Satan in Paris. — Roberts: 
mt man. — Suter : Two gentlemen in a fix, and 
ility of temper. — Dumanoix and Dennery : Don 
e Bazan. — Bernard : His last legs. — Addison : 
in with a lady.— Shakespeare : Hamlet.— Cle- 
L*wo to one. 

Payne: Charies the second.— Burke : Rip Van 
-Meadow: His own enemy.— Oxenford: The two 
— Cheltnam : A fairy's father.— Lacy : A silent 
•fwnowles: The love-chase. — Claridge and Sou- 
s Cast cc»sch. — Lucas: Browne the martyr. — 
d: Home, and David Garrick.— Gilbert: The 
truth. — Kemble: Personation.— Murion: Woud- 
cle game. — Barnett: Yankee peddler.— Dumas, 



ftU: Camille. — Taming a tiger.— Townsend: The blow 
in the dark. 

V. 5. Gilbert: Charity, and trial by jury.— Kenney: 
Raising the wind. — Wooler : Plots for petticoats. — 
Knowles: Virginius. — Phipps: My very last proposal. — 
Hay: Lodgers and dodgers.— Sheridan: The rivals. — 
Browne: A lucky sixpence. — Dubourg; Under an um- 
brella. — Lovell: Love's sacrifice. — Suter: A pleasant 
evening.— Frou-Frou. — A night of suspense. — Sam Wel- 
ler's visit to his mother-in-law. — Otway: Venice pro- 
served.— Morton : Lend me five shillings, and Box and 
Cox. 

V. 6. Knowles: Vhe wife. — Armstrong: Blighted love. 
—Suter: John .Wopps.— Hugo: Ruy Bias. — Morton: My 
wife's bonnet. — Dance: Who spsaks first? — Archer: 
Asmodeus.— Matthews: Little Toddlekins. — ^Scott: The 
last lily.— Sheridan : Pizarro.- - Stirling : The young 
scamp.— Grover: That rascal Pat. — MUnch-Bellinghau- 
sen: Ingomar. — Williams: Tweedleton's tail coat.— Paul: 
Locked out. — Robertson: School. — Nuitter and Derby: 
— A cup of tea. — Walton: Trott's troubles. 

V. 7. Rae: Fame. — Williams: A cure for the fidgets. 
Knowles: Love. — Milman Fazio. — Morton: A pretty 
piece of business. — The old guard. — Byron: Partners for 
life. — Buckstone: The dead shot. — Field: Extremes 
meet. — Tobin: The honeymoon. — Smith: Cut off with a 
shilling. — Phipps: Pretty predicament. — Tay4or: The 
fool's revenge. — Morton: A regular fix. — Maltby: Should 
this meet the eye. — Augier: Les fourchambault. — Ryan: 
One too many. — Reeve: Obliging a friend. 

V. 8. Robertson : Ours.— Neville : The little vixens. 
— Dance: Kill or cure. — Cheltenham: Deborah. — Mon- 
crief: Monsieur Tonson. — Durivage: The stage-struck 
Yankee. — Colman: The jealous wife. — Yates and Har- 
rington: A night at Notting Hill. — Emson: Bumble^s 
courtship. — Wood: East Lynne. — Suter: A quiet family. 
— The Toodles. — Knowles: The hunchback. — Hervey: 
Only a flirtation.— Mack: The masquerade. — Shell: 
Evadne.— Taylor: A blighted being. — Brough and Hal- 
liday : Going to the dogs. 

V. 9. O'Keefe : Wild oats.— Lemon : Go to Putney, 
and Gertrude's money box. — Picking up the pieces. — 
Massinger: A new way to pay old debts. — Maltby: Your 
vote and interest. — Mitford: Rienri. — Gilbert: Sweet- 
hearts. — Jerrold: Cool as a cucumber. — Edwardes: He- 
roes. — Planchd: A peculiar position. — Stirling: Family 
pictures. — Shakespeare: Coriolanus. — Roberts: Forty 
winks. — Sou tar : Sold again. — Robertson: Society. — 
Moore: That blessed baby. — His novice. 

V. 10. Gilbert: Pygmalion and Galatea. — Floyd: 
Handy Andy. — Morton: A day's fishing. — Dumas: 
Gabrielle de Belle Isle.— Maltby : Mabel's holiday.— 
Planch^ : Pride of the market. — Scott : Kenilworth 
adapted by Dibdin. — Suter: The lost child. — Dickens 
and Collins: No thoroughfare. — Lancaster: The mana- 
ger's daughter.— Wooler: A winning hazard. — Taylor: 
Henr>' Dunbar. — Morton : The sentinel, and Ma&ter 
Jones' birthday. — Byron: The Lancashire lass. — Dubois: 
Deeds of dreadful note. 

Webster, cd. Acting national drama. 4 v. 822.2 41 
Contents: V. i. The brid.il ^Beaumont and Fletcher's 
".Maid's tragedy"); by Knowles. — Two figures; by 
Planch^. — Queer subject; by Coyne. — Modern Orpheus; 
by Webster. — Walter Tyrrel; by Fitzball.— My young 
wife and my old umbrella; by Webster. — Country squire; 
by Dance. — Sentinel : by Morton. — Peculiar position; by 



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ENGLISH LITERATURE : ELOCUTIONARY COLLECTIONS. 



Planch^.— Tiger at large or the cad of the buu; by 
Blink. — Middle temple; by Peake. — Riquet with the 
tuft ; by Planch^ . 

V. 9. St. Patrick^s eve; by Power.— Quarter to nine, 
Blanche of Jersey and bottle-imp ; by Peake.— Court 
favour; by Planchtf. — The spitfire; by Morton. — Rory 
O'More ; by Lover. — Advice gratis ; by Dance.— The 
original, and barbers of Bassora; by Morton. — Why did 
you die; by Mathews. — Valsha; by Coyne. — Bengal 
tiger; by Dance. 

V. 3. Puss in boots ; by Planchtf and Dance. — Ring- 
doves, and black domino; by Mathews. — Our Mary 
Anne, and shocking events; by Buckstone. — Culprit and 
the Spitalfield's weaver ; by Bayly. — Confounded for- 
eigners ; by Reynolds. — Dancing barber, and rifle bri- 
gade; by Selby.— AH for love; by Coyne.—Angeline le 
lis ; by Haines. — Truth ; by Mathews. 

V. 4. You can't marry your grandmother ; by Bayly. 
—Spring lock, and the Meltonians ; by Peake. — Valet de 
Sham ; by Selby.— Groves of Blarney ; by Hall. — Hasty 
conclusion ; by Planch^. — Weak points ; by Buckstone. 
Naval engagements; by Dance.— British legion, and one 
hour; by Bayly. — Irish lion; by Buckstone. — Lying in 
ordinary ; by Peake. 

Home Dramas. 
American school dialogue book. 1875 . . . 792.1 17 

Baker. A baker's dozen 792.1 24 

Drawing-room stage. 1873. 792.1 10 

Same 792.1 2 

Exhibition drama. 1875 792.1 20 

Globe dramas. 1885 792.1 26 

Handy dramas. 1877 792.1 21 

Social stage. 1875 792.1 23 

Barmby. Plays for young people. 1879.792.1 31 

Bowman. Charade dramas. 1855 792.1 33 

Brewster, ^/ tf/. Parlor varieties. Pt. 2 . 792.1 41 

Clark, ed. Model dialogues 792.1 19 

Dickens. Dialogues from ; by Fette. 2 v. 792.1 37 
Fitzgerald. Proverbs and comediettas. 792.1 3 

FoWLE. Parlor dramas. 1856 792.1 i 

Frost. Humorous and exhibition dialogs. 792.1 15 
Harrison. Theatricals and tableaux. 1882. 792.1 39 

Six plays for children. 1884 792.1 40 

Healy. Home theatre. 1872 792.1 7 

Same 792.1 8 

James. What shall wc act ? 1882 792.1 35 

MacDonali), Mrs. Chamber dramas for 

children. 1870 792.1 5 

Matthews, ed. Comedies for amateur 

acting. 1880 792.1 32 

New charades, etc 792.1 14 

Nugent. Charades for acting 792.1 34 

Pollock. Amateur theatricals. 1879... 792.1 4 
SCOTI', id. Drawing-room plays. 1870. . 792.1 25 

Smith. Family theatricals 792.1 36 

Steele. Drawing-room plays, etc. 1870. 792.1 6 
T., W. L. Six acting charades. 1850... 792.1 33 

Venable. Amateur actor. 1874 792.1 12 

School stage 792.1 18 



ELOCUTIONARY SELECTIO 

Bell, ed. Junior elocutionisL 1873 . . . 

Ladies' elocutionisL 1873 

Standard elocutionist. 1881 

Cambell and Root, eds, Columbia 

spesiker. • 1874 

Carpenter, ed. Popular reading. 5 v. 

I Public school speaker 

j Cathcart, a/. Literary reader. 1874. 

j Chambers' readings. 1872 

CoATES, ed. Best authors. 1876 

Cumnock, ed. Choice readings. 1S78 . 

Dickens. Readings, as condensed by hin 

self 

Same 

Fleming, ed. Readings. 1870 

Frobisher, ed. Selected readings. 1871 

Garrett, ^^. One hundred choice sele< 

tions. r88i. 5 v 

Same, entitled, " Speaker's Garland." . 
Hentz. Flowers of elocution. 1869. . . 
Hood, ed,' Cassell's ill. readings 

Standard penny readings. 1871 

Hows, ed. Ladies* book of readings. 1 86. 
KiRKLAND. Patriotic eloquence. 1866. 
Larkin, ed. Rival collection. 1873 . . . 

Lovell's U. S. speaker 

McElligott, ^</. Am. debater. 1868.. 
Monroe, ed. Public and parlor readings 

Young folks' readings. 1879 

Murdoch, et al. Patriotism in poetry an 

prose. 1864 

Murray, ed. English reader. 1845 . . . 

Mair, ed. Scottish readings. 1872 

Oldham. Humorous speaker. 1859 . . 
Penney, ed. National temperance orato 
Phelps. Dramatic stories, etc. 1874 . . 
Pierpont. American first-class book. . . 

Pomeroy. Int. reading book 

Reeves. Student's own speaker. 1883. 

Routledge, ed. Modem speaker 

Rowten. How to conduct a debate 

Shoemaker, ed. Elocutionists' annual.. 
Speaker's garland. (See Garrett, ed.) 
Stearns. Temperance speaker. 1S72. 

COLLECTIONS: ORATORY 

Adams, ed. Representative British or 

tions. 1884. 3v 

Browne, ed. British Cicero. 1808. 3 
Carpenter, ^^. Select Am. speeches. 2 

Household book of Irish eloquence 

Johnston, ed. Representative America 
orations. 1884. 3 v 



ENGLISH LITERATURE: COLLECTIONS, SPEECHES, ETC. 



201 



/. Orators of Am. revolution. 835.1 i 
Am. eloquence. 1857. 2 v. .825.1 B~i 
r managers and counsel in trial 
rren Hastings. 1859. 4 v. . . . 345.2 55 
i, £d. Eloquence of U. S. 5 v. 825.1 18 

:OLLECTIONS: LETTERS. 

Letters of eminent literary men 

iSth centuries 826.2 i 

Iters ; ed. by Rogers. 1859 826.2 34 

^ ed. Literature in letters. 1866. 816 i 
ed^ Love-letters of eminent per- 

1859 8164 

SON, ed. Old love-letters. 1882. 826.2 3 
ed. Four centuries of English 

s. 1880 826.2 49 

Gossip about letters and letter- 

;rs. 1870 816 2 

MoDEts FOR Letter Writing. 

Universal letter-writer. 1873... 8165 

Original letter-writer 8169 

sr-writer 816 6 

yersal letter-writer 816 7 

stter-writer 816 8 

OLLECTIONS : ESSAYS, ETC. 

Kx>k. 1S50 820.1 28 

Rh3rme and reason of country 

1855 819 II 

ed. Eighteenth century essays . . 824.2 92 
iftemoon lectures. 1866. 2 v. . . 804 i 

LD. Index to essays. 1883 ^814 2 

A.Y. ed. Savage club papers 820.2 157 

I miscellany. 1810. 12 v 42 i 

id social philosophy; from Dickens' 
ousehold Words.*' 1852 820.2 156 

Book for a comer. 1857 810 15 

BS of authors. 1844 820.2 155 

rbocker gallery. 1855 829.1 24 

Times; essays from the. 1852.. 824.2 178 
offering : Mind amongst the spin- 

k 1844 824.1 165 

aph. The. 1882. 2 v 824 7 

5U, ed. Selections from Taylor, 

timer, et al. 1845 829.2 i 

I British classics. 1793. 2 v 824.2 52 

the ; critical and social essays from. 
\^ 824.1 109 

.'.824.1 203 

■itcrpieces from modem essayists. 

I3. 3 V 824 16 

mieutM: F. s. Mutability of literature ; by Irving. 
■U«f books ; bj Huat.— Imperfect sympathies ; by 
h..-iCoav«f*atioii; by I>o Quincey. — Petition of 
p^ ^id Bcocfils of poriiament ; by Lander.— Falla- 
; by S. Smith. — Nil niii bonum; 

tFor 



by Thackeray. — Compensation; by Emerson. — Sweetness 
and light ; by Arnold. — Popular culture ; by Morley. 

V. 3. Art of living with others ; by Helps. — My win- 
ter garden; by Kingsley. — Work; by Ruskin. — On a 
certain condescension in foreigners; by Lowell. — His- 
tory ; by Carlyle. — History ; by Macaulay. 

V. 3. Science of history ; by Froude. — Race and lan- 
guage ; by Freeman. — Kin beyond sea ; by Gladstone. — 
Private judgment; by Newman. — Apology for plain 
speaking ; by Stephen. 

Rice, ed. Essays from the N. American. .824.1 32 
Contents : Sir W. Scott ; by Prescott. — Social condi- 
tion of women ; by Gushing. — Milton ; by Emerson. — 
Last moments of eminent men ; by Bancroft.— Peter the 
great; by Motley.— The Northmen; by Irving. — Ghes- 
terfield ; by G. F. Adams. — Defense of poetry ; by Long- 
fellow.— Hawthorne ; by Curtis. — Cooper; by Parkman. 
— Shakespeare once more ; by Lowell.— Mechanism of 
vital actions ; by Holmes. 
SouTHEY. Common-place book. 4v... 81942 
Stars and stripes in rebeldom ; papers by 

federal prisoners. 1862 820.1 29 

Topics of the time ; ed. by Coan. 6 v. . . 824 i 
WooDWORTH. Am. miscellany. 1855 . . 41 i 

COLLECTIONS : HUMOR AND SATIRE. 

American Joe Miller 818 5 

ASHTON, ^</. Humour, etc., 17th century. S28.2 55 

Book of humorous poetry 818 4 

Book of humour, wit and wisdom 819 15 

Burton, ed. Cyclop, of wit and humor. 

1866. 2 v 818 B-i 

Enchiridion of wit. 1885 828.2 57 

FAiRiiOLT,^'^. Satirical songs on costume. 821.2 470 

Galaxy of wit and wisdom. 1875 8183 

Haliburton, ed. Traits of Am. humour. 828.1 63 
Hamilton, /</. Parodies. 1885. 2V...821 B-3 
Hunt, ed. Wit and humor from the poets. 828.2 8 
Johnson, ed. Play-day poems. 1878 ... 821 16 

Lear, ed. Here and there. 1882 81S 6 

Lemon, ^c/. Jest book. 1865 8182 

RossETTi, ed. Humorous poems 821 35 

Sala, ed. Yankee drolleries. 1868 828.1 27 

More Yankee drolleries 828.1 28 

Third supply of Yankee drolleries 82S.1 29 

Sanborn, ed. Wit of women. 1885 81813 

Spofford and Shapley, eds. Library of 

wit and humor. 1884. 5 v 818 7 

Treasure trove series. 2 v 5770I 

Contents: V. i. Travesty: A treble temptation ; by 
F. C. Bumand. — George De Barnwell ; by Thackeray.— 
Prophetic account of a future epic ; by Lord Macaulay. 
— St. Twel'mo ; by John Paul.— Lessons in biography ; 
by Rev. J. Beresford. — Mr. John Jenkins; by Bret 
Harte— Ho Fi of the yellow girdle; by T. T. T.— Wal- 
ton redivivus : by Thos. Hood. 

V. •. Burlesque : The noble savage ; by Dickens. — 
Our new livery; by Geo. W. Curtis. — Mrs. Battles' 
opinion on cards; by C. Lamb.— The parish rsvulutioii ; 
by T. Hood. — A day in the academv\ b^ V. C \\va- 

f«fertoc0. 



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ENGLISH POETRY, ESSAYS, ORATORY, ETC 



nand. — Mn. Brown at the play ; by A. Sketchley.— The 
will of a virtuoso; by J. Addison.— The golden age of 
N. Y. ; by W. Inring.— The insanity of Cain ; by Mary 
Mapes Dodge. — Encounter with an interviewer; by 
Mark Twain.— The painUr't bargain ; by Thackeray.— 
The Lady Rohesia ; by R. H. Barham. 
Watterson, ed. Oddities in southern life 828.1 3 
Wright. Caricature hist, of the Georges. 827.2 25 

COLLECTIONS: EPIGRAMS, ETC. 

Adams, ed, English epigrams 829.2 46 

Quips aqd Quiddities. 188 1 819 52 

Carey, ed. Book of epigrams. 1872 .. . 819 20 

Delepierre. Macaron6ana. 1852 811 79 

DOBSON, ed. Literary frivolities. 1880. . 819 47 

Poetical ingenuities. 1882 811 64 

DODD, a/. The epigrammatists. 1870.. 819 19 

INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS. 

Poetry, Drama, Oratory, Essays, etc. 

Abbey. Ballads of good deeds. i87a..82i.i 182 
Poems. 1885 821. 1 331 

A'Becket. Comic Blackstone 828.2 27 

Comic history of England. 1855 2 v.. 828.2 25 
Comic history of Rome 828.2 53 

About babies, etc. 1867 824.1 92 

Adams, John. Works. 1856. 10 v ... 329.1 4 

[See contents in printed catalogue of 1871.] 

Adams, Mrs. Jno. Letters. 1848 826.1 2 

Adams, Mrs. J. S. Allegories of life. 1872. S29.2 44 
Adams, Samuel. Writings and life. 3 v. 923.1 58 
Addison. Criticism on " Paradise Lost." 820.2 28 

Poems. 1822 821.2 43 

Works. 1721. 4v 820.2184 

Contents: V. 1. Poemi. — Rosamond. — On Virgil'i 
Georgics. — Cato. — Poemata. — Dialogues on ancient 
medals. 
V. 3. Remarks on Italy. — Tattler. — Spectator. 
V. 3-4. Spectator. — Guardian. — Lover. — Freeholder. 
— Christian religion, etc. 

Works. 1873. 3V 820.2184 

Contents: V. 1-3. Spectator. 

V. 3. Tattler. — Guardian. — Freeholder. — Whig exam- 
iner. — The Lover. — Dialogues on ancient medals. — Re- 
marks on Italy. — Present state of the war. — Trial of 
Count Tariff.— Evidences of the Christian religion. — 
On Virgil's Georgics. — Poems. — Translations from Ovid. 
— Poemata. — Rosamond. — Cato. — The drummer. 

Addison and Steele. The Guardian. 3 v. 824.2 10 

The Spectator. 1853. 4 v 824.2 36 

Selected papers from the Spectator ; ed. 

by Habbcrton. 1876 824.2 229 

Papers from the Spectator relating to Sir 
Roger de Covcrley ; ed. by llabberton. 824.2 40 

The Tattler. 1856. 4 v 824.2 6 

The same. 1807. 5v 824.241 

Adeler, Max (C. H. Clark). Elbow-room. 828.1 66 
Adventurer, The ; ed. by Chalmers. 3 v. . 824.2 16 



Essays illustrative of ; by Drake. 2 v 
Adventures in the moon, etc. 1836. .... 
AiKiN, Lucy. Cor. with Channing. 187 

Akenside. Poems. 1822 

Alcott. Concord days. 1872 

Sonnets and canzonets. 1882 

Tablets. 1868 

Table-Ulk. 1877 

Albert, Prince consort. Principal speed 

es, etc. 1866 

Alden, J. Studies in Bryant. 1878 . . 
Alden,W. L. Domestic explosives. 187' 

Shooting stars 

Aldrich. Cloth of gold, etc. 1874. . . 

Flower and thorn. 1877 

Friar Jerome's beautiful book. 1881. 

Mercedes and later lyrics. 1884 

Alfred, the Great, Orosius ; old EnglisI 
text and Latin original 

Proverbs of 

West-Saxon version of St. Gregory's pa 

toral care, part I 

Same, part 2 

Whole works ; jubilee ed. 1852. 3 v. in j 
Contents: V. x. Harmony of the chro 
Dr. Giles. — Anglo-Saxon mint; by Akermai 
King Alfred; by Haigh. — Metrical ver8i< 
Alfred's poems; by Tupper. — Europe in the < 
by Forester. — King Alfred's jewel ; by ( 
Danes; by Hook. — King Alfred^s charters; 
King Alfred's will; by Giles. — Decline and 
heptarchy ; by Giles. — Domestic manners o! 
Saxons ; by Soame. — Traces of the Danes 
Forester. — Grimbald^s crypt ; by Giles. 

V. 3. English trans, of Alfred's Anglo-S 
historian Orosius ; by Bosworth. — Alfred') 
Bede's ecclesiastical hist, trans.; by Tho 
fred's version of Boethius ; trans, by Fox. 

V. 3. Alfred's handb'k ; by Pauli.— On ih 
of King Alfred ; by Hampson. — Anglo-Saxi 
Gregory's pastoral care ; by Norman. — Enj 
Alfred's blossom-gatherings from St. Augui 
of King Alfred; by Giles. — Alfred's preface 
dialogues; by Fox. 

Alford. Poetical works. 1843 

Alison. Miscellaneous essays. 1870... 

Allen. Colin Clout's calendar 

Vignettes from nature. 18S1 

Allingham. Blackberries. 1884 

Songs, ballads, etc. 1877 

Allston. Lect's and poems. 1850 

Ames, Fisher. W^orks. 1854. 2v 

Same. 1809 

Ames, Mary Clemmer. (See Clemmer, \ 

Appleton. Chequer- work . 1879 

A sheaf of papers. 1875 

A.KiLY^ Mrs. Household songs. 1855... 
Armstrong, G. F. Garland from Greece 



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203 



OUN. Pdems. 182a 821.2 45 

rui. Light of Asia. 1879.821.2529 

B80 821.2 529^^ 

)8o 821.2 561 

le faith. 18S3 821.2 662 

80 821.2 563 

Indian song of longt. — Rajpoot wife. — 
in. — Caliph*t draught. — Hero and Leander. 
Belshazzar. — Three roiet. — Miscellaneous 
translations. 

of death, etc. 1885 821.2 737 

3. Poems. 1871 821.175 

kTTHRW. Bibliog. note (B. P. 

V. 6, p. 84) 17 B-14 

d anarchy. 1869 301 9 

in America. 1885 824.2 372 

.' Numbers. — Literature and science. — Emer- 

:riticism. 1865 824.2 194 

Fanctioa of criticism. — Literary influence 
ca. — Maurice de Gutfrin. — Eugenie de Gu^rin. 
■Pagan and mediaeval religious sentiment. — 
Spinoxa. — Marcus Aurelius. — On translating 
k French Eton. 

>'s garland. 1871 304 23 

he Bible 231 24 

rs, etc 1882 824.2 323 

r.* The incompatiblea. — ^An unregarded Irish 
— Ecce convertimur ad gentes. — Future of 
— Speech at Eton. — French play in London. — 
. — Prefaces to poems. 

.-LXVI .. 224 37 

femsalem 224 53 

s on church, etc. 1877 204 56 

and dogma 220 74 

220 74Ji 

k abont Great Britain 914*2 98 

Ajs, 1879 8242251 

r: Democracy. — Equality. — Irish Catholicism 
h liberalism. — Porro unum est necessarium. — 
Ettg. literature. — Falkland. —French critic on 
breach critic on Gcethe. — Geo. Sand. 

tu. 1867 821.2 711 

idy of Celtic literature 896 i 

&ting Homer 883 47 

:rom prose writings. 1880 . . . 829.2 54 

:856 821.2 710 

I82 821.2 712 

r.' Early poems. — Sohrab and Rustum.— The 
in Bokhara.— Balder dead.— Tristram and 

lint Brandan.— The Neckan.— The forsaken 
Lyric and dramatic poems. — El^iac poems. 

I and protestantism 227 31 

(Mrs, E. H. Rollins). New 

1 bjrgones. 1880 824.1 151 

diild-life. 1881 824.1 157 

rhe •cholemaitcr. 1870 820.2 35 

J. 186B 820.2 28 



Whole works ; /</. by Giles. 3 v. in 4 . . 820.2 44 
CcMtents: V. i (a parts). Life; by Dr. Giles. — Let- 
ters. — Glossary. 
V. a. Letters, c*t'd. — Toxophilus. — Glossary. 
V. 3. Rep't and discourse of aflairs and state of Ger- 
many. — The schoolmaster. — Poemata. — Edward Grant's 
oration on Ascham.— Letters of Giles Aschaun. — Glossary. 

Atkinson. Ivy leaves. 1870 821. i 178 

AuDBLAY. Poems 821.2 457 

Fraternity of vacabondes 820.2 405 

Austin, Alfred. At the gate of the con- 
vent. 1885 821.2 740 

Savonarola ; a tragedy. 1881 822.2 240 

Soliloquies in song. 1882 821.2 656 

Aytoun, W. E. (T. P. Jones). Bothwell ; 

a poem. 1856 821.2 440 

Firmilian. 1867 828.2 37 

Aytoun and Martin. Book of ballads.. 828.2 37 
Bacon, E. Recollections of 50 y'rs. 1843. 40 27 
Bacon, Lord. Essays; ed. by Whately 

and Heard. 1873 824.2 2 

Harmony of essays ; by Arber. 1870. . 820.2 38 
Promus of formularies; td. by Mrs. Pott. 822.3 210 
Works ; ^</. by Montagu. 1825. 17 v. 192 5 

Content*: V. 1. Essays.— Tracts.— Apothegms, etc. 

V. a. Advancement of learning. — New Atlantis. 

V. 3. Wisdom of the ancients. — Henry VII. — State of 
Europe.— Felicities of Queen Elizabeth.- Julius Caesar. 

V. 4. Sylva Sylvarum. 

V. 5. Tracts relating to England and Scotland. 

V. 6. Theological tracts. 

V. 8-11. De augmentis scientiarum. — Instauratio 
magna, and other works in Latin. 

V. 12-13. Letters, law tracts, etc. 

V. 14-15. Translationgt Novum organum. — Natural 
history. — Fifth part of great instauration. — On the na- 
ture of things, etc. 

V 16. Life of Bacon. 

[See Bacon-Shakespeare question under Shakespeare.] 

Baddeley. Death of Antar, etc. 1881.S21.2 586 
Bagehot. Estimates of some Englishmen, 

etc. 1858 824.2 262 

[Contents included in "Literary studies.**] 
Literary studies; by Hutton. 1879. 2V.S24.2 239 

Contents: V. i. Memoir of the author ; by Hutton. 
— The first Edinburgh reviewers. — Hartley Coleridge. — 
Shelley. — Shakespeare.— Milton. — Lady Mary Wortley 
Montagu. — Cowper. — Letters on the French coup d*etat, 
1851. — Cxsarism in 1865. — Memoir of Rt. Hon. James 
Wilson. 

V. a. Gibbon. — Bishop Butler.— Sterne and Thack- 
eray. — Waverley novels. — Dickens. — Macaulay. — Bdran- 
ger. — Clough*s poems.— Henry Crabb Robinson. — Words- 
worth, Tennyson and Browning. — Ignorance of man. — 
Emotion of conviction.— Metaphysical basis of tolera- 
tion. — Public worship regulation bill. 

Bailey, J. M. Life in Danbury. *i873.. 828.1 54 
Same 828. i 54)^ 

Bailey, P. J. The age. 1 858 821.2 334 

Festus ; a poem. 1864 822.2 158 



204 



ENGLISH POETRY, ESSAYS, ORATORY, ETC 



Baillie, Joanna. Dramatic and poetical 

works. 1853 822.2 148 

ConUnis : Life.— Plays on the pauioni. — Basil.— The 
trial.— De Montfort.— The election.— Ethwald.— Second 
marriage. — Orra, — The dream. — The siege. — The bea- 
con. — Romiero. — Alienated manor. — Henriques. — Mis- 
cellaneous plays. — Rayner. — Country inn. — Constantine 
Paleologus.— Family legend.— The martyr.— The sepa- 
ration. — The stripling. — The phantom. — Enthusiasm. — 
Witchcraft.— The homicide.— The bride.— The match.— 
Miscellaneous poetry.— Metrical legends. — Fugitive ver- 
ses. — Poetry since 1790. — Verses on sacred subjects.— 
Ahalya Ball, a poem. 

Bain. Practical essays. 1884 824.2 358 

Bakbr. Point-lace and diamonds. 1875. 821. i 205 
Bale. Kynge Johan ; eti, by Collier. 1838. 822.2 79 

Bampflyds. Poems. 1822 821.2 46 

Bancroft. Literary and historical mis- 
cellanies 824.1 29 

Barbauld, ^rj. Tales,poems and essays. 824.2 355 
Works. 1825. 2v 821.2 281 

Conitnt*: V. i. Memoir; by Lucy Aikin.— Poems. 

V. a. Correspondence. — Miscellany. 

Barbour, John. The Bruce ; metrical 

hist. ; ed, by Jamieson 821.2 iii 

Same; ed. by Skeat. pt. I 820.2 407 

Same. pt. 2 820.2 415 

Same. pt. 3 820.2 422 

Barclay, Alex. Cytezen and uplondysh- 

man 821.2 465 

Barham. Ingoldsby legends. 1864. 2 v. 828.2 49 

Miscellaneous poems 928.2 171 

Baring-Gould. (See Gould, S. Baring.) 

Barlow. The Columbiad. 1809 821. i 231 

Political writings. 1796 329.1 142 

Vision of Columbus. 1787 821.1 340 

Barnes. Poems in the Dorset dialect. . .821.2 407 
Poems of rural life in the Dorset dialect. 

3 series in 1 v. 1879 821.2 540 

Barnfield. Affectionate shepherd 821.2 463 

Barrett (Cervantes Hogg). The rising 

sun. 1809. 3v 827.214 

Bartol. Principles and portraits 824.1 148 

Barton, B. Memoir, letters, etc. 1850. 826.2 33 
Bathurst. Essays in " The Adventurer." 

3 V 824.2 16 

Battle of Dorking ; by Chesney. 1871 .827.2 Pam. 2 

What happened after 827.2 Pam. 3 

Siege of London. 187 1 827.2 Pam. 4 

Battle of Berlin. 1871 827.2 Pam. 13 

Bayne. Days of Jezebel. 1872 822.2 165 

Essays in biog., etc. 1858. 2 v 824.2 115 

Contents: V. 1. De Quincey.— Tennyson and his 
teachers. — Mrs. Browning. — Recent British art. — Ruskin 
and his critics, — Hugh Miller. — The modern novel. — 
Currer Bell. 



V. a. Kingsley.— Macaulay.— Sir A. Ab 
ridge.— Wellington.— Bonaparte.— Plato.— Ch 
iltsation.— The modem university. — Pulpit a 
'' Testimony of the rocks.'** 

Lessons from my masters. 1879 ' 

Conttntt : Carlyle.— Tennyson . — Ruskin. 
Bkaconsfield, Earl. (See Disraeli, B.) 

Beard. Humor in animals. 1885 

Beattie. Dissertations. 1809. 3 v 

Essays. 1809. 3v 

The minstrel, etc. 1809 { 

Poems. 1822 

Beaumont tffi^ Fletcher. Works. 1840. 
2 V i 

Content*: V. x. Maid*s tragedy.— Phibi 
or no king. — Scornful lady. — Custom of the 
Elder brother. — Spanish curate. — Wit withou 
Beggar*s bush.— Humorous lieutenant. — Fait 
herdess. — Mad lover. — Loyal subject.— Rule : 
have a wife. — Laws of candy. — False one.— Iii 
lawyer. — Valentinian. — Monsieur Thomas.— < 
Bloody brother.- Wild-goose chase.— Wife fc 
— Pilgrim. — Captain. 

V. a. Prophetess. — Queen ot Corinth.— I 
Knight of the burning pestle. — Double marrisg 
of Malta. — Love's cure. — Women pleased.- 
prixe. — Island princess. — Noble gentlemen.— C 
Sea-voyage.— Wit at several weapons.— Fair ■ 
inn.— Cupid's revenge. — Thierry and Theod 
man hater. — Nice valour. — Passionate madmaj 
man's fortune.— Four plays. — Triumph of h( 
umph ot love. — Triumph of death. — Triumpb 
Faithful friends. — Two noble kinsmen.— Mi 
mill. — Love's pilgrimage. — Lovers' progress.— 
ker. — Masque of the Inner Temple and Gn 
Beaumont's poems. — Glossary. 

Beddoes. Poems. 1851. 2v 

Bede, The Venerable. Be Domes Daege. 

Miscellaneous works. 1843. 6 v 

Contents: V. i. Life. — Poemata. — Episto 

V. 9-3. Historia Ecclesiasticx. 

V. 4. Opuscula historica. 

V. 5. Homilies. 

V. 6. Scientific tracts. — Appendix. 

Beecher, H. \V. Eyes and ears. 1862. 

Star papers. 1873 

Same. 1855 

Beers, E. L. All quiet along the Potomac. 

Beers, H. A. Odds and ends. 1878 

Behn, Mrs. Plays, histories and novels 

1871. 6 V. (2 St.) 

Bell, E. M. Poems. 1872 

Bell, W. Puck and his folk-lore. 1S52. 

Belsham. Essays. 1 799. 2 v 

Beman. Intellectual position of our coun 

try 

Benedict, H. E. Poems 9S 

Beowulf. Autotypes of the Cotton MS 
with transliteration and notes by Zi 
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205 



ns. by Wackerbath. 1849. 821.2 qg 
.ns. by Lamsden. 1881... 821.2 no 
1 the "Fight at Finnesburg"); 

y Gamett 821.2 171 

th " The Scop, or gleeman's 

ind *' The fight at Finnes- 

; rd. and trans, by B. Thorpe. 821.2 98 

Essays in " The Guardian." 

824.2 10 

. by Frazcr. 1871. 4 v 192 56 

■ V. i-a. Philosophical works, 
scellaneous works. 
Te and letters. 

••, Isaac. (See Steele, Sir R.) 

rl. The two brothers, etc 821.2 411 

to-day and forever. 1869.. .821.2 410 

821.2 4ioJ^ 

)SH (H. W. Shaw). On ice. . 828.1 40 

)biter dicU. 1884 824.2 364 

824.2 364I4 

Carlyle.— Alleged obscurity of some of Mr. 
s poetry.— Truth hunting. — Actors. — A rogue's 
relltni).— The via media.— FalsUff. 

ration, Fayetteville, Ark., July 

98.3 Pam. 42 

. Essays and speeches. 1885. 329.1 143 

S. Lays and legends of ancient 

1880 821.2 572 

religion and life. 1876 821.2 425 

►f Goethe. 1883 839 7 

of Greece. 1877 822.2203 

,, Sir R. Creation; a poem. 82 1.2 176 

1822 821.2 47 

ems. 1822 821.2 39 

Oration at Worcester, July 4, 

40 22 

.LIAM. Bibliog. note (B. P. L. 

4. P- 335) 17B-14 

rorks. 1875 821.2 290 

«.' Memoir; by W. M. Rossetti.— Poetical 
—Book of Thel. — Songs of innocence. — Songs 
tnce. — Gates of Paradise. — From "Jerusalem,*' 
everlasting gospel.— Couplets, fragments, epi- 
;. — Tiriel. 

>. Sketches from life. 1846.824.2 177 
»?r. Desultory thoughts, etc. . . 829.2 12 

D. Farmer's boy. 181 1 821.2 530 

ers. 1806 821.2 207 

821.2 574 

nntry Parson). Autumn holid's. 824.2 204 

ssays. 1865 824.2 208 

philosopher. 1863 824.2 206 

onrs in town. 1862 824.2 207 

life. 1882 824.2 205 

BS. 1862 824.2 203 

thesanset. 1883 824.2 335 



What set him right, etc. 1885 824.2 370 

BoYESEN. Idyls of Norway, and other 

poems. 1882 821. 1 286 

BoYSE. Poems. 1822 821.235 

BowEN. Gleanings from a literary life. . . 104 15 
Bowles, W.L. Poetical works. 1855. 2 v. 821.2 269 

Contents: V. i. Sonnets. — Miscellaneous poems. — 
Spirit of discovery.— The missionary. 

V. 9. Memoir ; by Gilfillan. — Banwell Hill. — Grave of 
the last Saxon. — St. John in Patmos. — Sorrows of Switz- 
erland. — Villager's verse-book, etc. 

BOKER. Book of the dead. 1882 821. 1 277 

K5nigsmark. 1869 822.1 ii 

Plays and poems. 1856 822.1 20 

Contents: V. i. Calaynos. — Anne Boleyn. — Leonor 
de Guzman. — Francesca da Rimini. 
V. 9. The betrothal. — The widow's marriage. — Poems. 

Poems of the war. 1864 821. i 307 

BONAR. Hymns of faith and hope. 3 v. 821.2 294 
BoTTA, Airs. (See Lynch, A. C.) 

Bradford. Works.* 1858 820.1 25 

Bradstreet, Anne. Works, in prose and 

verse ; ed, by Ellis. 1867 820.1 B-3 

Breitmann, Hans. (See Leland, C. G.) 
Brenton, ed. Voices from the press. . . .824.1 121 
Brereton. Some famous Hamlets. 1884.822.395 
Brierley, Ben. Tales and sketches of 

Lancashire life. 1884. 2 v 824.2 368 

Bright. Speeches. 1868. 2 v 329.2 40 

Speeches on the Am. question 971*4 73 

Brimley.. Essays. 1868 824.2 175 

Brincklx. Poems. 1872 821. i 201 

British essayists; ed. by Chalmers. 30 v.. 824.2 6 
Contents: Tattler. 4 V. — Guardian. 3 V. — Rambler. 
1 V. — Adventurer.. ^ v. — World. ^ v. — Connoisseur. 9 
V. — Idler. I v. — Mirror. 9 v. — Lounger. 9 v. — Observ- 
er. 3 V. — Looker on. 3 v. — Index, x v. 

Brome. Dramatic works. 3 v. (2 st).. . .822.2 191 
Contents: V. i. Madd couple. — Novella. — Court 
beggar. — City witt. — Damoiselle. 

V. 9. English Moor. — Love-sick court. — Covent gar- 
den weeded. — New academy. — Queen and concubine. 

V. 3. Northerne lasse. — The sparagus garden.— Anti- 
podes. — Jovial crew. — Queen's exchange. 

Bronte, Charlotte. Poems. 1882 .. .821.2 661 
Brooke, Henry. Poetical works. 4 v. 822.2 132 

Contents: V. 1. Life.— Jack the Giant Queller.— 
contending brothers. — Female officer. — Marriage con- 
tract. — Ruth. — Epilogues and poems. 

V. 9. Universal beauty.— Jerusalem delivered ; trans, 
from Tasso. — Constantia. 

V. 3. The imposter.— Earl of Westmorland. — Cym- 
beline. — Montezuma. 

V. 4. Temple of Hymen. — Sparrow and the dove. — 
Female seducers. — Love and vanity. — Last speech of 
John Good.— Gustavus Vasa.— Earl of Essex.— Conrade. 

Brooke, Stopford A. Theology in the 
English poets : Cowper. Coleridge, 
Wordsworth, Burns. 1875 824.2 218 



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Brooks, C. T. Poems ; with memoir. . .821.1 332 

Broome. The stranger of Seriphos. 1869.821.2 412 
Brougham. Contributions to the Edin- 

burgh review. 1856. 3 v 824.2 287 

Speeches. 1857. 2 v 329.2 64 

Brown, Chas. F. (See Ward, Artemus.) 
Brown, John. Essays on Shaftesbury's 

" Characteristics." 1751 824.2 377 

BROWN,Z>r.JoHN. Horae subsecivsc. 1866.824.2 324 
[Contents same as *' Second series** below.] 

Horse subsecivse. 1882. 3 v 824.2 327 

Contentt: First series. Prefaces. — Locke and Syden- 
ham. — Andrew Combe.— Dr. H. Marshall and military 
hygiene. — Art and science. — Our Gideon Grays. — Dr. 
Andrew Brown and Sydenham. — Free competition in 
medicine. — Edward Forbes.— Dr. Adams of Banchory. — 
Henry Vaughan. — Excursus Ethicus.^Dr. John Scott 
and his son, etc. — Health. 

Second series. Letter to John Cairns. — Dr. Chalmers. 
— Dr. Geo. Wilson. — Her last half-crown. — Queen Mary's 
child-garden. — Our dogs. — N«tes on art. — **0h, I'm 
wat, wat ! '* — Education thro' the senses. — Happy guess- 
ing. — Black dwarf's bones. — Rab and his friends. — With 
brains, sir. — Arthur H. Hallam. 

Third series. John Leech. — A Jacobite family. — Mys- 
tifications. — Miss Stirling Graham of Duntrune. — Thack- 
eray's death. — Marjorie Fleming. — Minchmoor. — In clear 
dream and solemn vision.— J eems the doorkeeper. — 
** There's life in the old dog yet." — The enterkin. — 
Duke of Athole.— Struan.— Dick Mihi.— E. V. K. to his 
friend in town. — Sir H. Raeburn. 

Spare hours. 1 862 824.2 325 

[Contents same as *' Hora: subseciva:," second series, 
with following additional papers: Mystery of black 
and tan. — My father's memoir. — Mystifications.— Vaugh- 
an*s poems.— St. Paul's thorn in the flesh.] 

Spare hours. 1866 824.2 326 

Contents: I<eech. — Marjorie Fleming. — Jeems the 
doorkeeper. — Minchmoor. — The enterkin. — Health. — 
Duke of Athole. — Struan. — Thackeray's death. — Thack- 
eray's literary career. — More of our dogs. — Plea for a 
dog home. — Bibliomania. — In clear dream and solemn 
viiion.— A Jacobite family. 

Browne, AVThos. Miscellaneous works. 242 i 
Contents: Rcligio medici. — Urn-burial. — Letter to a 
friend. — Vulgar errors. 

Works ; fd. by Wilkin. 1852. 3 v. . . . 820.2 40 
Contents: V. i. Life of Sir T. Browne; by Dr. John- 
son.— Supplementary memoir ; by the ed. — Mrs. Lyttle- 
ton's communication to Bishop Kennet. — Pseudoxia 
epidcmica. 

V. 2. Pseudoxia epidcmica c't'd.— Religio medici.— 
Garden of Cyrus. 

V. 3. Hydriotaphia.— Letter to a friend.— Christian 
morals. — Miscellany.- Correspondence, etc. 

Browne, W. Britannia's pastorals; 3d 

book S21.2 473 

Whole works. 1868. 2v 821.2 149 

Contents : Memoir. — Britannia's pastorals. — Shep- 
heard's pipe.— The inner temple masque.— Miscellaneous 
poems. 

Brownell. War lyrics and Other poems. 82 1. 1 300 



Browning, Mrs. Letters. 1877 

Aurora Leigh, etc. 1866 

Drama of exile, etc. 1845. 2 t , 

Earlier poems. 1826-1833 

Contents: Essay on wad. — Miicellaneoa: 
The Greek Christian poets and the Eng 

lish poets. 1863 

Lady Geraldine's courtship. 1881 

Poems; td, by Tuckerman. 1867. 3 v. 

Same .' 

Contents: V. i. The seraphim.— M 
poems. — Sonnets from the Portuguese.— Tnu 
V. 3. Drama of exile. — Romaunt of the 
of the brown rosary. — Lady Geraldine's < 
Vision of poets. — Rhyme of the Duchess Ma 
laneous poems. — Casa Guidi windows. — Na] 
in Italy, etc. 
V. 3. Aurora Leigh. — Last poems. 
Browning, R. Aristophanes' apology. . . 

Balaustion's adventure. 1871 

Bibliog. 1833-1881.; byFumivall 

Dramatic idyls. 1879 

Contents: Martin Relph. — Phcidippida 

and Hob. — Ivan Ivanovitch. — Tray. — Ned B: 

Dramatic idyls. Second series. 1880.. 

Contents : Echetlos.— Clive.— Muliykeh. 

Abino. — Doctor. — Pan and Luna. 

Essays on ; by Nettleship. 1868 

Favorite poems. 1881 

Ferishta's fancies. 1884 

Fifine at the fair, etc. 1872 

Handbook to ; by Orr. 1885 

The inn album. 1876 

Jocoseria. 1883 

Contents : Wanting is — what ? — Donald, 
and Balkis. — Christini and Monaldeschi.— i 
stonecraft and Fuseli. — Adam, Lllith and Er 
Jochanan Hakkadosh. — Never the time ai 
Pambo. 

La Saisiaz. — Two poets of Croisic 

Men and women. 1876 

On the poet 

Pacchiarotto, etc. 1877 

Poems. 1866. 2v 

Contents: V. i. Paracelsus. — Pippa pa 

Victor and King Charles. — Colombc's birthd 

V. a. A blot in the 'scutcheon. — Return of 

— Luria. — A soul's tragedy. — Dramatic roi 

lyrics. 

Poetical works. 1886. 8 v 

Contents: V. i. Men and women. — Sord 

V. 3. Dramatis personae. — Dramatic roi 

lyrics. — Strafford. — Christmas eve. — Easter <! 

V. 3. Fifine at the fair. — Red cotton nigli 

try. — Prince Hohenstiel - Schwangan. — He 

Inn album. 

V. 4. Balaustion's adventure. — Aristophao 
— Pacchiarotto and other poems. 

V. 5. Agamemnon of Aeachylua.— La & 
poets of Croisic. — Pauline. — Dramatic idyls 
series.— Jocoseria. 



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207 



le ring and the book. 

ramas : Paracelsus. — Pippa passes. — King 
Ring Charles. — Colombe^s birthday.— A blot 
atcheon. — Return of the Druses.— Luria.— A 
edy. 

criabta*s fancies. 

)henstiel-Schwangau. 1871.. 821.2 353 
»ii night-cap country. 1873 . .821.2 356 
and the book. i86g. 2 v. . .821.2 346 

821.2 347 

s from. 1884. 2v 821.2759 

Strafford, Christinas Eve, and 

day. 1864 821.2 350 

■cm. 1882 821.2 657 

>ociety. How (it) came into be- 

y Fumivall. 1884 806 Pam. i 

oems. 1S22 821.239 

Orations and addresses. 1873. 825.1 14 

1S34 821. 1 278 

works. 1879 821. 1 279 

1S82 821. 1 280 

1883. 2v 821. 1 281 

its: V. T. Tbanatopsis and other earlier poems, 
i of the middle period. 

Later poems. — Hymns written at various times. 
ions of various dates. — Unpublished or uncol- 
oems. 

itings. 1884. 2v 824.1 196 

tis: V. I. Lect's on poetry.— Early American 
Dn trisyllabic feet in Iambic measure. — Nostra - 
Provencal poets. — Moriscan romances. — Female 
>un. — Oldham's poets. — Cowley. — Poets and 
>f the Eng. language. — The whirlwind.^— Indian 
-Mauriage blunder. — Skeleton's cave.— Story of 
Commemorative discourses on Cooper, Irving, 
and Verplanck. 

Illinois 50 years ago. — Tour in the Old South. — 
ly Northwest.— Glimpses of Europe.— Cuba and 
sns.— Visit to Mexico. — Occasional addresses. — 
1 comments, etc. 

in ; by Alden. 1S74 821. i 126 

uon of the Iliad. 2 v 883 23 

I ▼ 883 24>^ 

:ion of the Odyssey. 2 v 883 25 

IV • 883 27 

I. Ballads of life, love, etc 821.2 643 

Onn. 1870 821.2403 

A Kings. 1871 822.2 175 

tts: Ft. I. Buonaparte. Pt. a. Napoleon 
Pt. 3. Teuton against Paris. 

hquake. 1885 821.2754 

n fallen. 1871 822.2 176 

works. 1874. 2v 821.2400 

ite.- V. I. Ballads and romances. — Ballads 
BS of life. 

Ballads and poems of life.— Lyrical poems, etc. 
of the terrible year (1870). — Faces on the wall. 

ramas from history. 1868. 2 v. 822.2 177 
'/#.• V. I. Wallace.— James I. of ScoiUiid.— 



V. a. Gaston Phoebus.— Edburga.— Legendary and 
other poems. 

Undertones. 1863 821.2 402 

BucKE. Beauties, etc., of nature. 3 v. .824.2 105 

Buckle. Essays. 1863 824.2 174 

CoHignts : Biog. sketch of the author.— Mill on lib- 
erty. — Influence of women on the progress of knowledge. 
BUDGELL. Essays in "The Guardian." 3 V. 824.2 10 

Essays in " The Spectator." 4 v 824.2 36 

Essays in "The Tatler," 4 V 824.26 

BuLWER. (See Lytton.) 

BuNCE. Bachelor Bluff. 1881 824.1 167 

BUNNER. Airs from Arcady and else- 
where. 1884 821. 1 308 

Buntling ball. The. 1885 827.1 23 

Same. 1885 827.1 24 

BuNYAN. Pilgrim's progress 249 16 

Same ; ed. by Offor. 1847 249 38 

Same ; ed. by Scott. 1801 . . 249 15 

Same ; ed. by Venables. 1879 249 39 

Works ; ed. by Offor. 1852. 3 v 240 B-7 

Contents : V. i-a. Experimental, doctrinal and prac- 
tical. 

V. 3. Allegorical: Pilgrim's progress. — Holy war. — 
Heavenly footman. — Holy city. — Solomon^s temple. — 
House of the forest of Lebanon.— Water of life. — Barren 
fig tree. — Mr. Badman. — A few sighs from hell.— One 
thing is needful. — Ebal and Gerizzim. — Book for boys 
and girls. 

BURDETTE. Hawkeyes. 1879 828.1 49 

Burke. Cor. 1744-1797. 4 v 826.2 11 

Speeches. 1816. 4v 329.210 

Works. 1864. 6 V 820.2 259 

Contents: V. i. Natural society. — The sublime and 
beautiful.— Political miscellanies. 

V. 2. Political miscellanies. — Reflections on the Fr. 
revolution. — Letter to a member of the nat. assembly. 

V. 3. Appeal from new to old whigs. — Speech on the 
nabob of Arcot^s debts. — Thoughts on French affairs, etc. 

V. 4. Reports on affairs in India. — Articles against 
Warren Hastings. 

V. 5. Charges against Hastings, concluded. — Political 
letters. 

V. 6. Letters, notes, fragments, etc. — Abridgment of 

Eng. history. — Index. 

Works, rev. ed. 1865. 12 v 820.2 247 

Contents: V, i. To the reader. — Vindication of nat- 
ural society. — The sublime and beautiful. — Short ac- 
count of a late short administration. — Observations on 
**The present state of the nation.^* — Thoughts on the 
cause of the present discontents. 

V. 3. Speech on American taxation. — Speeches at 
Bristol, etc. 

V. 3. Sjicech on Nabob of Arcot's debts. — Speech on 
army estimates, 1790. — Reflections on the revolution in 
France. 

V. 4. Letter to a member of the national assembly. — 
Appeal from new to old whigs. — Letter to a peer of Ire- 
land. — Thoughts on French affairs, etc. 

V. 5. On the conduct of the minority. — Three letters 
on the proposals for peace with the regicide directory of 
France, etc. 



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V. 6. Fourth letter on the proposals for peace. — Let- 
ter to Fox on the American war, 1777. — Letter to the 
Marquis of Rockingham, etc. 

V. 7. Fragments and notes of speeches in parliament. 
— Essay towards an abridgment of Rng. history. 

V. 8. Ninth and eleventh reports of com. on affairs 
of India. — Articles against Warren Hastings. 

V. 9-xa. Articles against Hastings, concluded. — 
Speeches in the impeachment of Hastings. — General 
table of contents. — Index. 

Burleigh. Poems. 1871 821.164 

HURNAND. Happy thoughts. 1869 828.2 43 

Happy-thought Hall. 1872 828.2 36 

My health. 1872 828.2 44 

Burns. In drama; by Stirling. 1878... 824.2 292 
Life and works ; ed. by Currie aud Peter- 
kin. 1815. 4 V 821.2 253 

Poems (fac-simile of Kilmarnock ed.). .821.2 252 
Poetical works ; ed. by Currie. 1868.. .821.2 257 

Works. 1832 821.2 475 

Same; self-interpreting ed. v. 1-2. .821.2 781 

Burkitt. Chips from many blocks 824.1 155 

Lect's and speeches. 1869 825.1 15 

Old Burchall's pocket. 1877 *824.2 351 

Ten-minute talks. 1874 824.1 36 

Thoughts and things. 1S54 824.1 35 

Burroughs. Fresh fields. 1885 824.1 201 

Contents: Nature in England. — English woods. — In 
Carlyle's country. — Hunt for the nightingale.^English 
and American song*birds. — Impressions of some English 
birds. — In Wordsworth's country. — Glance at British 
wild flowers. — British fertility. — Sunday in Cheyne Row. 
— At sea. 

Locusts and wild honey. 1879 824.1 140 

Contents : Pastoral bees. — Sharp eyes. —Strawberries. 
— U it going to rain ? — Speckled trout. — Birds and birds. 
— A bed of boughs. — Bird's-nesting.— Th»* halcyon in 
Canada. 

Pepacton. i83i 824.1 161 

Contents : Pepacton : A summer voyage. — Springs. 
— Idyl of the honey-bee. — Nature and the poets. — Notes 
by the way. —Foot-paths.— A bunch of herbs. — Winter 
pictures. 

Wakc-robin. 1871 59837 

Contents: Return of the birds. — In the hemlocks. — 
Adiroiidac— Birds' nests.— Spring at the capital. — Birch 
browsings. — The invitation. 

Winter sunshine. 1876 824.1 122 

Contents: Winter sunshine. — Exhilarations of the 
road. — Snow-walkers. — 'I he fox. — A March chronicle.- 
The apple. — An October abroad. 

Signs and seasons. 1SS6 824.1 215 

Hush NELL. Work and play. 1864 824.1 42 

Butler, S. Iludibras. 1S06 827.24 

Same ; ed. by Bohn. 1859 827.2 3 

Poems. 1822 821.2 30 

Butler, W. A. Poem.s. 1S71 821. i 238 

Contents : Virjjinia*s \ iri;in. -Poems of travel. -Noth- 
ing to wear. — The sexton :ind the thermometer. — Broud- 
w.iy. — The equestri.in st.itne of Washington. — Two mil- 



lions.— General aYerace.— Miscellaneous po 
land.— Tninslationt from Uhland. — Two citic 

Two millions. 1858 

Butler, Frances A. Kemble. (See Kern- 

ble, F. A.) 
Byron. CEuvrcs completes ; traduites pai 

Laroche. 1851. 4v ! 

Poems (selected) i 

Poetical works ^ 

Poetical works. 1879. 10 v \ 

Contents: V. z. Hounof idleness.— Edinl 
on same. — Occauonal pieces. — English bards 
tish reviewers. 
V. 3. Childe Harold^s pilgrimage. 
V. 3. Occasional pieces. — Hints from Hora 
of Minerva.— The walu.— The Giaour.— Bride 
—The Corsair. 

V. 4. Ode to Napoleon. — Lara. — Hebrew > 
Siege of Corinth. — Parisini.— Domestic pieces 
on the death of Sheridan. — Priaoner of Chi 
dream.— Occasional pieces. 

V. 5. Manfred.— Lament of Tasso.— Mjute] 
gante Maggiore of Pulci. — Prophecy of Dai 
sional pieces. 

V. 6. Francesca of Rimini. — Stanzas to th* 
The blues.— Marino Faliero.— Vision of judg 
casional pieces. 

V. 7. Heaven and earth.— Sardanapaluk. 
Foscari. — The deformed transformed. 

V. 8. Cain.— Werner.- Age of bronze.— TI 
Stanzas. — Luies. 
V. 9-10. Don Juan. 

Poetry, chosen by Matthew Arnold . . . 
Vindicated ; by Manfred 

Works. 1874 

Contents: Poems. — Letters. — Review art 
liamentary speeches, etc. 
Caedmon. Metrical paraphrase of part: 
of Holy Scripture; ed., with Englisl 

trans., by Thorpe 220 

Caine. Cobwebs of criticism. 1883 . . 
Contents : The Lake school : Word^wort! 
Coleridge.— The Satanic school : Byron.— T 
school : I<eigh Hunt, Keats, Shelley. — Qaai 
tics, etc. 

Calhoun. Speeches. 1843 

Works. 1852. 6 v.... 

Calverley. Fly leaves. 1872 

Literary remains. 1S85 

Verses and translations. 18S4 

Calvert. Arnold and Andre. 1864... 

Brief essays, etc. 1874 

Essays ocsthetical. 1875 

Maid of Orleans. 1874 

Cambridge. Essays in '* The World." 3 ^ 
Camden. Remains concerning Britain. . 
Contents : Names. — Proverbs. — Epigram: 
Campbell. Poetical works. 1873 

Contents: Memoir; by Aytoun. — Pleasu 
— Theodoric. — Gertrude of Wyoming. — M 
poems. 



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209 



ect speeches and writings. . 329.2 21 

IS. 1870 821.2152 

ily ballads. 1886 821. i 294 

(. 1874 82Z.1 204 

Is. 18S1 821. 1 259 

s. 1876 821. 1 157 

centennial rhymes. 1876. 821. i 158 
T. Letters ; ed. by Froude. 

826.2 72 

V 826.2 74 

V. in 1 826.2 73j^ 

826.2 75M 

826.2 76 

826.2 76J^ 

OS. Bibliog. note (B. P. L. 

,p. 334.) 17B-14 

lology ; <f^. by Barrett. 1876. 829.28 

tics. 1881 821.2 623 

Emerson. 1 834-1 872. 2 v.. 826 i 
jpplementary letters. 1886.. 826.1 3 
56o. 4v 824.2137 

: V. I. Richter. — State of German Htera- 
ner. — Goethe's Helena. — Goethe. — Burns.— 
rman playwrights. 

Itaire. — Novalis. — Signs of the times. — Rich- 
- History. — Luther*s psalm. — Schiller. — The 

lied. — German literature, Z4th and Z5th cent- 
lor*s German poetry. — Appendix, 
uncteristtcs. — Goethe^s portrait. — Biography. 
» Johnson. — Death of Goethe. — Goethe's 
m-Iaw rhymes. — History, again. — Diderot. — 
— De.'ith of Edward Irving. — Appendix. 
le diamond necklace. — Mirabeau. — Parlia- 
Jlory of the French Rev. — Sir W. Scott. — Von 
koirs. — Copyright bill. — Sinking of the Veng- 
e the covenanter. — Dr. Francia. — An elec- 

long parliament. — Two hundred and fifty 
-The opera. — Scottish portraits. — The prin- 

1 hero-worship 233 15 

233 16 

pamphlets. 1850 824.2 141 

[872 8242 142 

.* The present time. — Model prisons. — Dow- 
. — New Downing street. — Stump-orator.— 
i. — Hudson's statue. — Jesuitism. 

resent. 1844 301 10 

list by Foster, v. i 1655 

rtus. 1869 827.232 

827.2 32 J^ 

827.2 33 

369. 34 V 820.2 265 

* V. z. Sartor reuirtus. 
breach revolution, 
e of Scfaillar. 



Mid hcro-wonhip. 
HC umd preacDt. 



V. X4-X8. Cromwell's letters and speeches. 
■' V. 19. Latter-day pamphlets. 
V. 90. Life of John Sterling. 
V. 31-30. Hist, of Frederick the Great. — Index. 
Trafu. V. x-a. Goethe's Wilhelm Meister. 
V. 3. Musaeus. — Tieck. — Richter. 

Carroll, Lewis (C. L. Dodgson). Hunt- 
ing of the snark. 1876 828.2 35 

Rhyme ? and reason ? 1883 828.2 56 

Cary, Alice. Ballads, etc. 1869 821. i 49 

Same 821.1 50 

Cary, Alice and Ph(ebe. Last poems; 

fd, by Ames. 1873 821. i 5a 

Gary, Phcebe. Poems. 1868 ... .' 821.1 51 

Cass. Address, Hamilton Col. 1830. ... 40 24 

Cawthorn. Poems. 1822 821.2 39 

Centlivre, Jkfrs. Dramatic works. 1872. 

3 V. (2 St.) 822.2 198 

Contents: V. z. Life. — Perjured husband. — Beaux's 
duel. — Gamester. — Basset table. — Love at a venture. — 
Stolen heiress. 

V. a. Love's contrivance.— Busybody. — Marplot in 
Lisbon. — Platonic lady. — Perplexed lovers. — Cruel gift. 

V. 3. A woman keeps a secret. — Man bewitched. — 
Gotham election.— Wife well managed.— A BickerstaflT's 
burying. — Bold stroke for a wife. — Artifice. 

Chadwick. Book of poems. 1881 821. i 287 

Chalmers. Selections from cor. 1853. . 826.2 28 

Chamberlain. Speeches. 1885 329.2 73 

Chambers. Essays from " Chambers' Jour- 
nal." 2 V 824.2 159 

Channing, W. E., the elder. Cor. with 

Lucy Aikin. 1874 826.14 

Self-culture 374 16 

Works. 4 V 240 48 

Chan.ning, W. E., the younger. John 

Brown ; a poem. 18S6 822.1 23 

The wanderer. 1871 821.1 181 

Chapman. Comedies and tragedies. 1873. 

3 V. (2 St.) 822.2 182 

Contents : V. x. Memoir. — Blinde begger of Alexan- 
dria. — numerous dayes mirth.— All fooles. — Mons. D* 
Olive. — Gentleman vsher. — Notes, etc. 

V. 3. Bussy D'Ambois.— Revenge of Bussy D'Am- 
bois — Charles Duke of Byran.— May-day. — Notes, etc. 

V. 3. Widdowes teares.— Masque of middle temple 
and Lincoln's lune. — Caesar and Pompey. — Alphonsus, 
Emperor of Germany. — Revenge for honour.— Notes, 
etc. — Index. 

Translation of Homer's hymns, etc 884 6 

Translation of the Iliad. 2 v 883 6 

Translation of the Odyssey. 2 v 883 8 

Chapone, Mrs. Works. 1809. 2 v. . . . 826.2 37 
Chard. Across the sea and other poems. 98.5 23 
Charlotte Elizabeth. (See Tonna, 

Afrs.) 
Chatterton. Poetical works. 1842. 2 v. 821.2 1S3 



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Chaucer. Animadversions upon the cor- 
rections of; by F. Thynne 820.2" 305 

Canterbury tales. 1867 821 .2 122 

Same. 1879. 821.2 1221^ 

Same ; new text ; ed. by Wright. 3 v. 821.2 467 
Chaucer's England ; by Browne. 2 v. . . 394 8 

Fables and tales from ; by Dryden 821.2 701 

For children; by Mrs. Haweis. 1882.^82 1.2 647 

Illustrations of; by Todd. 18 10 928.2 B-i 

On the astrolabe 820.2 41 1 

Parliament of foules ; ed, by Lounsbury.821.2 109 
Poems modernized; by Home, Words- 
worth, Hunt, et al. 1841 821.2 757 

Poetical works ; ^^. by Bell. 1861. 8 v. 821.2 114 
ConUntt: V. 1-3. Canterbury tales. 
V. 4. Canterbury tales, concluded. — Court of love.— 
assembly of foules.— Of the cuckow and the nightingale. 
— The flower and the leaf. 

V. 5-6. TroUus and Cryseyde. — Chauceres dreme. — 
Chauceres A. B. C— Boke of the duchesse.— Of Queen 
Anelyda and false Arcyte. — The house of fame. 
V. 7. Romaunt of the rose. 

V. 8. Compleynte of a loveres life. — Compleynte of 
Mars and Venus. — Legende of goode women. — Minor 
poems. 

The riches of ; by Clarke. 1835 821.2 774 

Selections from ; by Wordsworth 821.2 674 

Specimens of; by Leigh Hunt 824.2 242 

Tales from ; by Pope 821.2 608 

Trans, of Boethius' " De consolatione 

philosophise." 820.2 403 

Chesney. Battle of Dorking. 1881. 827.2 Pam. 2 

Chester. Love's martyr 821.2 B-9 

Chesterfield. Essays in " The World." 

3 V 824.2 19 

Letters, maxims, etc. 1870 829.2 42 

Letters to his son ; ed. by Carey. 2 v. . 826.2 9 

Chetfield. The tin trumpet. 1859 829.2 19 

CheI'TLE. Kind heart's dream 821.2 44S 

Child, Mrs. Letters. 1883 826.1 10 

Same 826.1 11 

Choate. Writings and life. 2 v 923.1 302 

Churchill, C. Poems. 1822 821.2 40 

Poetical works. 1855 821.2 185 

Contents: Memoir; by Gilfillan.— The rosciad.— The 
apology.— Night.— Prophecy of famine.— Epistle to Ho- 
garth.— The duellist.— Gotham.— The author.— The con- 
ference.— The ghost.— The candidate.— The farewell.— 
The times. — Independence. — The journey, etc. 

Churchill, Lord R. Speeches and life.. 923.2 576 
Clapp. Address, Canastota. 1868. . . .98.3 Pam. 15 
Clark, C. H. (See Adder, Max.) 
Clark, Willis G. Literary remains. 1844. 824.1 13 
Clarke, C. C. Riches of Chaucer. 1 835. 82 1. 2 774 

Shakespeare characters. 1S63 822.3 132 

Clarke, C. C. and M. C. The Shakespeare 

key. 1879 822.3 128 

• For young 



Clarke, J. F. Nf eraorial and biographic 

sketches , 

C^nttnU: John A. Andrew.— Jas. Free 
Sumner. — Theo. Parker. — S. G. Howe. — ^\ 
ning. — W. Channing. — Ezra S. Gannett.- 
May. — Susan Dimock. — Geo. Keats. — R. 
ridge.— Geo. D. Prentice. — Junius Brutus 
Elder. — Washington. — Rousseau. — Heroes < 
try town.— Wm. Hall. 

Oration, July 5, 1875 329 

Clarke, J. F. and L. Exotics. 1875. . 
Clarke, McDonald. Poems. 1836 . . 
Clarke, Mary C. The trust, etc.; stori< 

in metrical prose. 1874 

Clarke, S. M. Our country. 1864.. 82 
Clarke and Ross. Story of a honeymooi 

Clay, Cassius M. Writings. 1848 

Clay, Henry. Cor. and speeches. 3 v 

Speeches. 1844 

Clemens, S. L. (See Twain, Mark.) 
Clemmer, Mary (Ames). Outlines of mei 

women and things. 1873 

Poems. 1883 

Cleveland, Rose E. Geo. Eliot's poetr 

etc. 1885 , 

Same 

Same 

Clinton, DeWitt. Discourse, academ 

of arts. 1816 329. 

Discourse before literary and philosoph 

cal society, N. Y. 1814 

Speeches and addresses. 7 pamp. .329 

Speech to legislature. 1S20 

Clinton, Geo. W^ Address, Albany Noi 

mal School. 1S56 9 

Address, Erie Co. Ag. Soc. 1853. . . .9; 
Address, I. O. O. of Rcchabites. 1845. 
Hi^t. address at annual meeting of Y. M 

A. 1862 95.; 

List of papers and addresses which ar 

in the N. Y. State Library 9S. 

Oration, Schenectady. 1857 9S. 

Clough. Poems. 1871 

Contents: Memoir.— Early poems. — Poe 
gious and Biblical subjects. — Dipsychus. — P 
and duty. — The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich. 
classical metres. — Amours de voyage. — Songi 
Man Magno — Miscellaneuus. 

CoBBE. Darwinism in morals, etc. 1S7: 

Same. 1883 

Italics. 1864 

The peak in Darien, etc. 1 882 

Studies, new and old. 1865 

Cobb, J. B. Leisure labors. 1S58 

Cobbett, W. Porcupine's works. 12 v 
COBDEN. Writings and speeches. 4 v. . 

readers. 



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211 



amatic works. 1874 822.2 234 

- Memoir. — A masqut. — Th« obstinate lady. 
lin. — OTid*t tragedy. 

Christabel, and lyrical and 
ire poems; ed, by Swinburne. 821.2 237 

NTorks; ed, by Shedd. 7 v . .820.2 140 

.* V. I. Introductory msayt; by Shedd.— 

ectioa. — Statesman's manual. 

he friend. 

lOpmphia literaria. 

otes mad lectures upon Shakespeare, etc. — 

sRuina. 

iterajry remains. 

onstitution of church and state. 

oetical and dramatic works. 

I notes on Shakespeare, etc... 822.3 217 

tc. I S36 826.2 27 

es. 18S5 824.2 380 

t : Essays on the fine arts.— On the Prome- 
Eschylus. — Fragments and notes: the middle 
rantes, wit und humor, Dante, mythology 
rer the Brocken. — On unmeasured language 
amncc. — Allegoric vision.— The improvisatore. 
choice of a husband. — On literary praise. — On 
ind reflection. — Historie and gests of Maxilian. 
K.neous notes. — Theory of life. 

nd dramatic works. 1880. 4 v. 821.2 565 
'x.* V. I. Memoir. — Juvenile poems, sonnets. 

^raace; an ode. — Frost at midnight. — Fears in 

-The nightingale. — Ancient mariner. — Sybil- 

s : Christabel. etc. — Epigrams. — Appendix. 

Fall of Robespierre ; a drama. — Trans, of Schil- 

leastein. 

Remorse; a tragedy.— Zapolya. 

IS of table talk. 185 1 829.2 50 

k. and Omniana. 1884 829.2 61 

Poems. 1822.' 821.232 

., the elder. Prose, with some 

etc. 3 V. 1787 824.2256 

r., the younger. Broad grins. . 828.2 10 

leers 822.2 147 

td Thornton, eds. The con- 

ir. 2 V 824.2 22 

\. C. Lacon. 1836 829.2 15 

;. H. Tecumsek ; a poem. 1842. 821. i 19 

)r. Syntax's three tours 828.2 9 

iral history of the human race.. 828.1 B-i 

leron and Puck 821. i 233 

Tribune essays. 1869 329.1 loi 

. Dramatic works. 1860(2 St.). 822.2 180 

i/r.- The old bachelor.— The double dealer.— 
' love.— Mourning bride. — Way of the world. — 
It of Paris.— Scmele. 

ir. The ; ed. by Chalmers. 2 v. . . 824.2 22 

ZA. Melaia and other poems.. 8 2 1. 2 299 

works. 1858 821.2 298 

W. Poets and problems. 1886. 824.1 132 

SusAif(S. C. Woolsey). Verses. 82 i.i 254 



Cooper, J. G. Poems. 1822 821.2 31 

CooPRR. Susan F. Rural hours. 1851.. 829.1 5 

COPWAY. Ojibway conquest. 1850 821.1257 

CoRNWALLis. Small books on great sub- 
jects. 1847 1047 

CoRNWELL, Barry. (See Proctor, B. W.) 
CoRRY OXanus (J. H. Howard). His 

views, etc. 1867 828.1 52 

Cotton. Poems. 1822 821.231 

Country Parson, A. (See Boyd, A. K. H.) 
Cowley. Essays;^^. by Hurd, ^/a/. 1869. 824.2 5 

Poems. 1822. 2v 821.224 

Works. 1707. 3v 821.2541 

Conttnts: V. i. Life; by Clifford. — Miscellanies. — 
Anacreontiques.— The mistress. — Pindaric odes. — Davi- 
deis. 

V. 9. Davideis, concluded. — Davideidos. — Verses on 

several occasions. — Proposition for advancement of ex- 
perimental philosophy. — Government of Cromwell. — 
Essays in verse and prose. — Cutter of Coleman street. 

V. 3. Constantia and Philetus.— Piramus and Thisbe. 
— Sylva. — Love*s riddle. — Naufragium joculare. — Six 
books of plants. 

CowPER. Favorite poems. 1881 821.2 595 

Letters ; ed. by Benham. 1884 826.2 82 

Poems. 1822 821.249 

Translation of the Iliad 883 36 

Translation of the Odyssey 883 30 

Works ; ^^. by Southey. 1853. 8 v. . .821.2 198 

ConttnU : V. 1-4. Life, by Southey, and letters. 

V. 5. Miscellaneous poems. — Olney hymns.— Table 
talk.— Progress of error. — Truth. — Expostulation. — 
Hope. — Charity. — Conversation. — Retirement. — Miscel- 
laneous poems and translations. 

V. 6. The task. — Tirocinium. — John Gilpin.— Miscel- 
laneous poenu. — Adam ; a sacred drama. 

V. 7. Translation of Homer^s Iliad. 

V. 8. Translation of Homer^s Odyssey. 

Cox. Why we laugh. 1876 818 I 

CoxE. Christian ballads. 1865 98.5 3 

Halloween. 1869...- 98.5 20 

The ladye chace. 1877 98.5 19 

Cozzens. Prismatics. 1853 . 824.1 26 

Sayings of Dr. Bushwhacker, etc. 1867. 829.1 7 
Crabbe. Poetical works, letters, etc. 8 v. 821.2 210 
Conttnts: V. i. Life; by his son. 
V. 3. Letters and journsls, etc. 
V. 3. The borough. 

V. 4. The borough, concluded. — Occasional pieces.— 
The world of dreams. — Tales. 
V. 6^. Tales of the hall. 
V. 8. Posthumous tales. 

Cracroft. Essays. 1868. 2 v 824.2 171 

Craik. Mrs. D. M. (See Muloch. Miss.) 

Cranch. The bird and the bell S21.2 345 

Crashaw. Complete works. 1858 821.2 181 

Contents: Steps to the temple.— Delights of the 

muses.— Sacred poems.— Poemata Latina.— Epigrammata 

sacra. 



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Crayon, Geoffrey. (See Irving, W.) 

Croke, 5fV A. Poems. 1841. 2v 821.2291 

Contents : V. z. P f ogre w of idolatry.— Fngmcntt.— 
Plates.— Notes. 

V. 9. Three ordeals.— Ballads. — Prologues.— Epi- 
grams, etc.— Studley priory. 

Croke, J. Psalms, etc., versified 821.2 454 

Croly. Poetical works. 2 v 821.2 267 

Conttnts: V. z. Paris in 1815. — Death of Leonidas. 
—The angel of the world. — Miscellaneous poens. — 
Gems from the antique. 

V. 2. Catiline; a dramatic poem. — Sebastian.— Mis- 
cellaneous poems. 

Cross, Mrs, J. W. (See Eliot, Geo.) 
Crowfield, Christopher. (See Stowe, 

Mrs. H. B.) 
Crowquill, a. (Forrester, A. H.). Sey- 
mour's humorous sketches. 1872. . . . 828.2 32 

Crowley. Epigrams, etc. 1550 820.2 41 1 

Crowne. Dramatic works. 1873. 4 v. 822.2 115 
Contents: V. x. Juliana.— Charles VIII. of France. 
Calisto.— Notices of performtrs in Calisto.— Prologue to 
Horace. 

V. a. Thyestes.— City politicks.— Destruction of Je- 
rusalem. Pts. X and a. 

V. 3. Country wit. — Ambitious statesman. — Sir Court- 
ly Nice. — Darius. 

V. 4. English friar. — Regulus.— Married beau. — Cal- 
igula. 

Cumberland. Posthumous dramatic w'ks. 

1813. 2 V 822.2 140 

Contents: V. 1. The Sybil.— The Walloons.- The 
confession. — Passive husband. — Torrendal. — Lover's res- 
olutions. 

V. a. Alcanor.— Eccentric lover.— Tiberius in Caprae. 
— Last of the family.— Don Pedro.— False Demetrius. 

Cunningham. John. Poems. 1822 821.241 

Cunningham, R. !The observer. 3 v 824.2 29 

Curran. 5>elect speeches. 1831 329.2 22 

Speeches. 1815 329.223 

Cursor Mundi, in four texts, part i 820.2 331 

Same, part 2 820.2 333 

Same, part 3 820.2 335 

Same, part 4 820.2 337 

Same, part 5 820.2 339 

Curtis, Mrs. D. Spirit of seventy-six, 

etc. 186S 822.14 

Curtis, G. W. Potiphar papers, i860. . 827.1 3 
Dame Europa's school ; the fight in ; by 

PuUen. 1871 827.2 Pam. 6 

Dame Europa's report. 187 1 827.2 Pam. 7 

John justified ; a reply. 1871 827.2 Pam. 8 

Why Johnny didn't interfere. 1871 .827.2 Pam. 9 

Johnny's governor visits the school. 827.2 Pam. 10 

Which John should have helped . . .827.2 Pam. 11 

Dana. R. H. Essays and reviews. 1850. 821.1 34 

Poems. 1850 821. 1 33 

Darlington. Book of wonders. 1846. . 40 14 



Darwin. The botanic garden. 1807.. 
Temple of nati^re. 1804 

Dasent. Jest and earnest. 1873. 2 v.. 

Contents: V. 1. A fortnight in Faroe.— 1 
its water. — England and Norway in the 11 
Origin of the English language. 

V. a. Latham's Johnson^s dictionary.— 
and English quarrel. — Story of free-trade 
were all vaccinated. — Magnus the Good a 
Hardrada. — Harold Hardrada, King of Non 
ings from Poggio. 

D'AvENANT. Dramatic works. 1872. 5 ^ 

(1st.) 

Contents: V. x. Memoir. — Albovine. — Cr 
—Just Italian.— Temple of love.— Prince D'^ 

V. a. Platonic lovers. — The wits. — Britann 
ans. — Salmacida spolia. 

V. 3. Unfortunate lovers.— Love and hono 
tainment at Rutland House.— Siege of Rhode 

V. 4. Playhouse to be let.— News from F 
The fair favourite. — The distresses.— The sie, 

V. 5. Man's the master. — Law against lo 
rivals.— Macbeth.— The tempest. 

Davidson, L. M. Poems. 1S71 

Davies, 5i>J. Complete poems. 1869. 
Contents: Memorial introduction; by 

Nosce teipsum. — Orchestra. — Hymns of Astn 

poems, epigrams, etc. 

Davies, T. Dramatic miscellanies. 3 v. 

Davis. Poems. 1872 

Dawes. Geraldine and other poems. 1839 

Day. The desolation of America 

Poems. 1822 

Dean. Lecture, Albany Y. M. A. 1839. 
De Foe. Novels and miscellaneous works 

1867. 7 V 

Contents: V. i. Capt. Singleton. — Col. J 
V. a. Memoirs of a cavalier.— Capt. Carlei 
ory Cronke. — Everybody's business is nobody 
V. 3. Moll Flanders.— History* of the devi 
V. 4. Roxana.~Mrs. Christian Davies [a 9 
V. 5. The plague in London.— The storm, 
true-born Englishman. 

V. 6. Duncan Campbell. — New voyage 
world. — Political tracts. 
V. 7. Robinson Crusoe. 

Uncollected writings; ed. by Lee. 2 v.. 
[See, also, under "Prose Fiction.'*] 
De Kay. Hesperus and other poems . . .: 
Dekker. Dramatic works. 4 v. (2 si.|.: 

A knight's conjuring 

Dekker, Chettle and Haughton. Pa 

tient Grissil. 1841 

De Krovft. a place in thy memor)'. . . . 
Deix)NEY. Garland of good-will 

Strange histories 

De Morgan. A budget of paradoxes. . . 

Denham. Poems. 1822 

Dennison. Orcadian sketch-book 



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213 



r. The avenger, etc. 1859.. 824.2 83 
r .- The avenger.— Additions to confeuioni of 
I opium-eacer. — The Eiienes.— Supplementary. 
Lamia. — China. — Traditions of the Rabbins. 

Vom. 1 868 829.2 9 

ns of an English opium- eater, 

spiria de profundis. 1866 .... 824.2 15 

»ns of an English opium-eater, 

1876 178 6 

ts .' Confessions. — Suspiria de profundis. — Ad> 
> the confessions. — Coleridge and opium-eating 
Dslifth ntail-coach. — Notes. 

ans of an English opium-eater; 

Gamett. 1885 178 33 

«/x .- Introduction. — Confessions — Appendix. — 
Dcey and De Mussey. — Notes of conversations 
e Outncey; by R. Woodhouse. — Notes on the 
kms, etc. 

>n the poeU, etc. 1867 824.2 77 

Mis ." Wordsworth. — Shelley. — Keats. — Gold- 
-Pope. — Godwin. — Foster. — Haslitt. — I^ndor. 

;al and critical essays. 1866. 2 v. 824.2 75 
'Mfr.' V.I. Philosophy of Roman history. — The 
L — Philosophy of Herodotus.— Plato^s republic— 
and the Homeridae. 
Cicero. — Style. — Rhetoric. — Secret societies. 

to a young man, etc. 1854 824.2 82 

mts : Letters to a young man, etc. — Theory ot 
tragedy. — Conversation. — Language. — French 
glish manners. — California and the gold mania.— 
:c of mind. 

iaU, etc. 1856. 2 v 824.2 80 

M/x.- Explanatory. — The orphan heiress.— Ox- 
Pagan oracles. — The revolution of Greece. 
Klosterheim. — Sphinxes riddle.— Templars* dia- 

mcous essays. 1867 824.2 73 

rmts .- On the knocking at the gate in Macbeth. 
ler considered as one of the fine arts. — Supple - 
y paper on murder. — Joan of arc. — The English 
lach : Glory of motion ; Vision of sudden death ; 
•liaguc. — Dinner, real apd reputed. — Orthographic 
ers. —Sortilege on behalf of the Glasgow Athc- 

ve and miscellaneous papers. 2 v. 824.2 78 
rMtx : V. I. The household wreck. — The Spanish 
Flight of a Tartar tribe. 

System of the heavens as revealed by Rosse*s 
pe. — Modern superstition. — Coleridge and opium- 
--Temperance movement. — War. — Last days of 

3ok of an English opium-eater. . 824.2 84 

losophical writers, etc. 1854. 2 v. 104 10 
mts,- V. X. Hamilton. — Mackintosh. — Kant. — 
. — Kichter.— Leasing. 
Beat ley. — Parr. 

;. easays, etc. 1854. 2 v 204 12 

rji/f ; V. I. Christianity as an organ of political 
enc— Protestantism. — On the supposed scriptural 
ion for eternity. — Judas I»cariot.— Hume's argu- 
|ain«t miracles. — Casuistry.— Greece under the 
I. 



V. 2. Secession from the Church of Scotland.— Toilette 
of the Hebrew lady.— Milton. — Charlemagne.— Modern 
Greece. — Lord Carlisle on Pope. 

Derby. (See Phoenix, John.) 

Dk Vere. Antar and Zara, etc. 1877. . .821.2 789 

Fall of Ron, etc. 1877 821.2 790 

Foray of Queen Meave, etc 821.2 792 

Julian the apostate, and the Duke of 

Mercia. 1858 822.2 280 

I«egends of Saxon saints. 1879 821.2 791 

Mary Tudor ; a drama. 1884 822.2 264 

May carols. 1881 821.2 793 

St. Thomas of Canterbury. 1876 821.2 788 

Search after Proserpine, etc. 1843. .. .821.2 758 

Dickens. Bibliog.; by Cook. 1879 1622 

Bibliog.; by Shepherd. 1 834-1 880.... x6 32 

The lamplighter. 1879 822.2 212 

Letters. 1879. 3 v 826.2 44 

Plays and poems ; fd. by Shepherd. 2 v. 822.2 268 

CoHteuts: V. i. Introduction. — Plays: The strange 
gentlemen. — Village Coquette. — Is she his wife? — The 
lamplighter. — Lamplighter's story. 

V. a. Mr. Nightingale^s diary.— Sketches of young 
gentlemen. — Sketches of young couples.— Poems. — Sun- 
day under three heads. — Threatening letter to Thomas 
Hood. — Preface to John Over's ** Evenings of a working 
man." — To be read at dusk. — Fechter's acting. — Bibliog- 
raphy of Dickens. — Index. 

Speeches. 1880 825.2 7 

Strange gentleman ; comic burletta. . . .822.2 207 
Village coquettes ; comic opera. 1836.822.2 208 
With Dickens in Kent ; by Frost. 1880. 914.2 11 1 
[See, also, under " Prose Fiction.*'] 

Dickinson. Address, Queens Co. Ag. Soc. 40 23 

Speeches and correspondence. 2 v. . . .329.1 146 

DiLKE. Papers of a critic. 1875. 2 v.. 824.2 300 

CoHttnts: V. i. Memoir of the author. — Pope's 
writings.— Lady Mary Wortley Montagu.— Swift, etc. 
V. a. Junius. — Wilkes. — Grenville, etc.— Burke. 

Dillon. (See Roscommon, Earl of.) 

DiMAN. Orations and essays. 1S82 824.1 169 

Disraeli, B. {^Earl of Beaconsfield). Cor. 

with his sister. 1832-1852 923.2 579 

Count Alarcos ; a tragedy 5615 

Reference list ; by Foster, v. i 16 55 

Selected speeches. 1882. 2 v 329.2 68 

Wit and wisdom of. 188 1 S29.2 55 

Disraeli, I. Amenities of literature. 2 v. 820.2 5 

Calamities of authors. 1859 928.2 263 

Curiosities of literature. 1858. 3v... 810 29 

The literary character. 1818 928 11 

Dix. Speeches. 1864. 2 v 329.1 99 

DoANK. Songs by the way. i860 922.1 24 

DOBELL. Poetical works. 1875. 2 v.. .821.2 508 

ConUnts : V. 1. Memoir; by Nichol. — The Roman. 
— Miscellaneous poems.— Sonnets on the war (Crimean). 
—England in time of war. 



214 



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V. a. Balder.— Later miicellaneoui poems. — Sonnets, 
etc.— England's day. — Fragments. 
DoBSON. At the sign of the lyre. 1885. .821.2 738 

Vignettes in rhyme. 1880 821.2 545 

Dodge, M. A. (See Hamilton, Gail.) 

Dodge, Mary Mapes. Along the way .821.1 232 

Rhymes and jingles. 1875 821.1 202 

DoDGSON. (See Carroll, Lewis.) 

DoESTiCKS. (M.Thomson.) Elephant club. 828.1 36 

Dorr. Afternoon songs. T885 821. i 213 

Friar Anselmo and other poems. 1879. 821.1 ^^7 

Poems. 1872 821. 1 203 

DORSHEIMER. Addresses, etc. 1884 .... 98.3 9 
Douce. Illustrations of Shakespeare. 2 v. 822.3 ^^ 
DowDEN. Shakespeare (lit. primer) .... 822.3 102 

Shakespeare ; a study. 1879 822.3 ^3^ 

Dow, ^r. Patent sermons. 4 V 828.1 17 

Downing, Jack. (Seba Smith.) Life and 

writings. 1834 827.1 i 

Drake. J. R. The culprit fay. 1859 821.125 

Drake, Nathan. Essays illustrative of 

the Tattler, Spectator, etc. 1814. 5 v. 824.2 47 

Literary hours. 1800. 3 v .824.2 loi 

Drayton. England's heroical epistles . .821.2 519 

Harmony of the church 821.2 450 

Works; ed. by Hooper. 1876. v. 1-3. 821.2 685 
Content* : Polyolbion. — Harmony of the church. 
Drummond, 0/ liawthornden. Poetical 

works. 1856 821.2 143 

Contents: Sonnets, etc. — Spiritual poems. — Madri- 
gals and epigrams. — Forth feasting. — Flowers of Sion. — 
Entertainment of King Charles. — Miscellaneous and 
posthumous poems. 
Dryden. Poetical works. 1854. 5 v.. 821.2 160 
Contents: V. 1. Life ; by Mitford.— On the death of 
Cromwell. — Astrea redux and other poems. — Annus 
mtrabilis. — Essay upon satire. — Absalom and Achito- 
phel; p^t X. 

V. a. Absalom and Achitophel, p*t 3. — The medal.— 
Religio laici. — Threnodia Augustalis. — Hind and pan- 
ther.— Britannia rediviva. — Mac Flecknoe.— Epistles. — 
Elegies and epitaphs. 

V. 3. Songs, odes and mask. — Prologues and epi- 
logues.— Translations, etc. — Palamon and Arcite. — The 
cock and the fox. 

V. 4. Flower and leaf. — Wife of Bath. — Character of 
a good parsoD. — Translations from Boccaccio and Ovid. 
V. 5. Translations from Ovid, Juvenal, Persius and 
Homer. — The art of poetry. — Miscellaneous. 

Works ; ed. by Scott and Saintsbury. 

1882-S6. V. I-T2 821.2 691 

Contents: V. 1. Life; by Sir W. Scott. 

V. 2. Preface to dramas. — The wild gallant. — Rival 
ladies. — Indian queen. — Indian emperor. — Secret love. 

V. 3. Sir Martin Mar-all. — The tempest. — An even- 
ing's love. — Tyrannic love. 

V. 4. Almanzor and .Almahide.— Essay on heroic 
plays. — Marriage 4 la mode. — The assignation. 

V. 5. Amboyna. — State of innocence and fail of man 
— Aureng-Zebe. — All for love. 



V. 6. Limberham— QSdipus. — Troilus and 
— The Spanish friar. 

V. 7. Duke of Gruiee.— Albion and Albai 
Sebastian. 

V. 8. Amphitrxon. — King Arthur. — Cleomei 
triumphant.— Prologue for "The Pilgrim.*'- 
playt : The mall.— The mistaken husband. 

V. 9. Poems, historical and political : G 
Astrea redux. — ^Annus mirmbilas. — Absalom an 
phel. — The medal, etc. 

V. 10. Religio laici. — Threnodia Augusta 
and panther. — Britannia redivira. — Prologues 
logues.— Mac Flecknoe. 

V. IX. Episdes. — Elegies and epitaphs. -~-0<l 
etc. — FaUea and tales from Chaucer. — Fables 
cace. 

V. 12. Appendix to fables and tales from C 
Translations from Ovid, Theocritus, Locretiu 
and Homer. 

Duff. Miscellanies. 1878 S 

DuHRiNG. Philosophers and fools. 18748 
Duncan. Ye last sweet thing in comers. . 

Dunn. American ballads. 18S0 8 

DuNTON. Athenianism. 1710 

Dutt, Toro. Ancient ballads and legends 

of Hindustan. 1882 8 

Dyer. Poems. 182a 

Earle. Microcosmographie. 1869 

Same ; ed. by Bliss. 1867 

Edgeworth. Love and law 

Rose, thistle and shamrock 

Edwards. A mingled yarn. 1883 8; 

Elder. Periscopics. 1854 

Eli a. (See Lamb, Charles.) 
Eliot, Geo. (Mrs. Cross.) And her hero- 
ines ; by Woolson. 1886 9 

Essays; ed. by N. Sheppard. 1883... 8 
Contents: Cariyle's life of Sterling.— )^ 
France: M*me de Sabl^.— Evangelical teach 
Gumming.— German wit: Heine. — Natural 
German life. — Silly novels by lady novelisu.- 
ness and other- worldliness. — Influence of rat» 
Felix Holt's address to workingmen. 

Essays, etc. 1884 8 

Contents: Worldliness and other woridlim 
man wit: Heine. — Evangelical teaching 
ming. — Influence of rationalism: Lecky's 
Natural history of German life : Riehl. — Thr 
in Weimar. — Address to workingmen by Fdi 
Leaves from a note-book. 

Impressions of Theophrastus Such ... .8 

Same 8 

Same 8 

Legend of Jubal, etc. 1874 8 

Reference list by Foster, v. i 

The Spanish gypsy. 1868 8 

Wit and wisdom of. 1875 

Ellet, Mrs. Poems. 1835 

Elliott, Ebenezer. Splendid village; 
corn-law rhymes, etc. 1833 5: 



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215 



Britain. 1820 827.2 18 

S. Tlianksgiving story 821. 1 159 

LPH Waldo. Conduct of life. 824.1 52 

FaM. — Power. — Wealth.— Culture.— Be- . 
onhip. — Consideratioos by the way.— Beauty. 

3arly1e. 1834-1872 826.1 i 

kplementary letters. 1886 .. . 826.1 3 

:c- 18S0 824.1 153 

r .• Culture. — Behavior. — Beauty. — Booki. — 

lUCBce. — Power. — Wealth— Illuaiont. 

St series. 1855 824.1 48 

1866 824.1 50 

9 : Hiatory.— Self-reliance. — Compenftation. — 
laws. — Love. — Friendship. — Prudence. — Hero- 
s over-soul. — Circles. — Intellect. — Art. 
:cond series. 1855 824.1 49 

1866 824.1 51 

!*,- The poet. — Experience. — Character. — 
—Gifts. — Nature. — Politics.— Nominalist and 
Mew England reformers. 

and biog. sketches. 1884 824.1 56 

ts : Demonology. — Aristocracy. — Perpetual 
Chsiracter. — Education. — The superlative. — 
ity of ethics. — The preacher. — The man of 
The scholar. — Plutarch.— Historic notes of life 
«s in N. E. — Chardon St. Convention. — Esra 
Mary Moody Emerson.— Samuel Hoar. — Tho- 
uriyle. 

nd social aims. 1876 824.1 55 

ts: Poetry and imagination. — Social aims. — 
«. — Resources.— The comic. — Quotation and 
y. — Progress of culture. — Persian poetry. — In- 
, — Greatness. — Immortality. 

and other pieces. 1867 821. 1 122 

lies. 1865 824.1 53 

ts: Nature. — The American scholar. — Ad- 
•ivinity College, Cambridge, 1838. — Literary 
Method of nature. — Man the reformer.— In tro- 
Iccturt on the times. — The conservative. — The 
Icatalist. — The young American. 

lies. 1884 824.1 57 

is: The Lord*s supper.— Historical discourse 
>rd. — Address at dedication of soldiers' monu- 
kddress on emancipation in British W. Indies. — 
be fugitive slave law. — Assault on Mr. Sumner. 
I on affaas in Kansas. — Remarks at meeting for 
John Brown*s family. — John Brown. — Theodore 
-Aocrican civilization.— Emancipation procla- 
-Abraham Lincoln. — Harvard commemoration 
-Editors* address : Ma«s. Quart. Rev. — Woman. 
IS to Kossuth. — Bums. — Scott. — Remarks at or- 
o of Free Religious Association. — Speech at 
iceting of same. — Fortune of the republic. 

1856 821. 1 120 

1866 821. 1 121 

irits. 1870. 2V 824.146 

is: V. I. Miscellanies.— Essays. 
Representative men. — English traits. — Conduct 

irks. 1883. 3 ▼ 824.1 43 

U: V. I. Miscellaniei.— Essays. 



V. a. Representative men.— English traits. — Conduct 
of life. 

V. 3. Society and solitude. — Letters and social aims. 
— Fortune of the republic. 

Reference list by Foster, v. 2 16 55 

Representative men. 1866 824.1 54 

Same. 1882 824.1 54^ 

Contents: Uses of great men. — Plato. — Plato: New 
readings. — Swedenborg. — Montaigne. — Shakespeare.— 
Napoleon . — Goethe. 

Society and solitude. 1870 824.1 137 

Contents : Society and solitude. — Civilization. — Art.— 
Eloquence.— Domestic life.— Farming. — Works and days. 
— Books. — Clubs. — Courage — Success. — Old age. 

Emerson, R. W., ed. Parnassus 811 6 

Emmons. The Fredoniad. 1832. 4 ¥..821.1309 
English. Boys' book of battle lyrics. .*82i.i 321 
EUSTAPHIEVE. Demetrius, hero of the 

Don. 1818 821. 1 14 

Evans. Curse of immortality. 1873 . . .822.2 159 

Evelyn. Silva. 1825. 2 v 633 B-3 

Everett. Great issues. 1861 825.1 11 

Orations and .speeches. 1850. 3y 825.1 7 

Same. 1836 825.1 10 

EVERHART. The fox chase. 1874 821. i 200 

Falconer. Poems. 1822 821.2 39 

The shipwreck. 1868 821.2 413 

Fall of Paris 827.2 Pam. 12 

Fane, Violet. Collected verses. 1880.821.2 575 
Farquhar. Dramatic works. 1860(2 st). 822.2 180 
Contents: Love and a bottle.— Constant couple. — Sir 
Harry Wildair. — The inconstant. — Twin rivals.— Re- 
cruiting officer. — Beaux stratagem. 

Fawcett, E. Fantasy and passion. 1878.821.1 225 

Song and story. 1884 821.1 315 

Fawcett, H. Essays and lect's. 1872.. 3044 

Fay. Dreams and reveries of a quiet 

man. 1832. 2v 824.1173 

Fayette in prison ; drama 40 12 

Felltham. Resolves. 1832 824.2 112 

Fern, Fanny (Mrs, J. Parton). Fern 

leaves. 1853 824.1 95 

Folly as it flies. 1868 824.1 74 

Ginger-snaps. 1870 824.1 76 

Fielding. Miscellanies and poems ; ed. 

by Browne. 1872 820.2 216 

Contents : Case of Elizabeth Canning.— Case of Bos- 
cavern Penlez. — Poems. 

Tom Jones 820.2 233)^ 

Works; ed.\i^ Murphy. 1821. 10 v.. 820.2 206 

Contents: V. x. Essay; by A. Murphy. — Dramatic 
works. 

V. 2-3. Dramatic works. 

V. 4. The fathers ; a comedy.— Jonathan Wild. — 
Journey from this world to the next. 

V. 5. Joseph Andrews. — Preface to David Simple, etc. 

V. 6-7. Tom Jones. 

V. 8. Miscellaneous pieces. — Amelia. 



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V. 9. Amelia, conclnded. — On conYerMtioa.^)n the 
knowledge of the characters of man. 

V. xo. Covent-garden journal. — Etiay on nothing. — 
Charge to grand jury. — Voyage to Lisbon. — On Boling- 
broke*s essays. — Increase of robbers. 

Works. 1824. 12 V 8202222 

C^nitnit: V. x-3. Dramatic works. 

V. 4. Dramatic works. — Jonathan Wild. 

y. 5. Journey to the next world. — ^Joseph Andrews. 

V. 6. Joseph Andrews.— Tom Jones. 

V. 7-9. Tom Jones. — Miscellaneous. 

V. xo-ix. Amelia. 

V. 13. Increase of robbers. — On conversation. — On 
the characters of men. — Covent-garden journal.— Voy- 
age to Lisbon, etc. 

Field, Kate. Hap-hazard. 1873 824.1 123 

Pen photographs of Dickens' readings. 824.1 124 

Field, Michael. Brutus ultor. 1886... 822.2 286 
CalIirho(f. — Fair Rosamond. 1884 ...822.2257 
The father's tragedy. — William Kufus. — 

Loyalty or love. 1885 822.2 279 

Fields, J. T. Ballads, etc. 1881 821.1 329 

Underbrush. 1877 824.1 105 

Same. 1881 824.1 105^ 

Yesterdays with authors. 1872 824.1 85 

Fields, ^r J. A. Under the olive. 1881.821.1 330 

FiSKE. Darwinism, etc. 1879 824.1 146 

Cantents: Darwinism verified. — Mivart on Darwin- 
ism. — Bateman on same. — BQchner on same. — A crumb 
for the modern symposium. — Chauncey Wright. — What 
is inspiration ? — Dr. Hammond and the table-tippers.— 
Buckle's fallacies.— 'Races of the Danube. — A librarian's 
work. 

•The unseen world, etc. 1876 ■ . .824.1 104 

Contents: The unseen world. — The to-morrow of 
death. — The Jesus of history. — The Christ of dogma. — 
Miracles. — Draper on science and religion. — Nathan the 
Wise. — Historical difficulties. — Famine of 1770 in Bengal. 
—Spain and the Netherlands. — Longfellow*s Dante. — 
Paine*s St. Peter. — Philosophy of art. — Athenian and 
American life. 

Fletcher, P. Poems. 1869. 4 V 821.2 521 

Contents: V. x. Memoir and essay; by Grosart. — 
Who wrote Brittain's Ida?— Brittain's Ida.— Notes. 

V. a. Locustae. — Apollyonists.— Notes, etc. — Pisca- 
torie eclogues. — Notes. 

V. 3. Sicelides, a piscatory. — Elisa. — Poetical miscel- 
lanies — Minor poems.— Sylva poetica. 

V. 4. Purple Island, with notes, etc. — Indices. 

FoVs'le yarns ; Betsy Lee, etc. 188 1 821.2 583 

FOLLEN, Mrs. Poems (copy presented to 

Harriet Martineau by the author). .. .821.1 341 

FONDEY. Oration, July 4, 1838 40 27 

FOOTE, S. Dramatic works. 2v 822.2 130 

Contents: V. 1. Taste.-> Englishman at Paris. — The 
author.— Englishman returned from Paris.— Knights.— 
Mayor of Garrat. — Orators.— The minor.- The lyar. — 
The patron. 

V. a. The commissary.— Lame lover.— The bankrupt. 
— The cozeners, — Maid of H.ith — The nahob.— Devil 
upon two sticks. — Trip to CaUis.— The capuchin. 



I 



FooTE, T. M. Address, Hamilton Col 

lege. 1848 9fi 

Forbes, A. Glimpses through the cannoi 

smoke. 1880 

Soldiering and scribbling. 1872 

Souvenirs of some continents. 1885.. .1 
Ford, J. Dramatic works; ed,- by H. 

Coleridge. 1840 i 

Honour triumphant, etc 

FORMAN. Our living poets. 1871 i 

Conieiits : Introduction. — Idyllic school: 
Smedley.— Ingelow. — Psychological school : 
Story, Webster. — Preraphaelite group: Ron 
more, Woolner, Scott. — Renaissance group : 3 
Swinburne, Morris, Home, Taylor, Geo. Elioi 
dix : Payne, 0*Shaughneasy. 

Forrester, A. (See Crowquill, A.) 

Forrester. Frank. (See Herbert, H. W.) 

FoRSTER. Hist, and biog. essays. 2 v. .E 

Contents : V. i. Debates on the grand remoi 

Plantagenets and Tudors.— The civil wars and 

V. 9. De Foe.— Steele.— Charles Churchill 

Foote. 

Foster. Critical essays. 1856. 2 v % 

Essays S 

Franklin. Bibliog. note (B. P. L. Bnl 

V. 5., pp. 217, 276, 420). 

Essays. 1847 

Familiar letters, etc. 1833 

Works ; ed. by Sparks. 10 v 

Contents: V. x. Autobiog., continued by 
V. 9. Essays on religious and moral subjec 
economy of life. — Bagatelles.— Essays on gei 
tics, commerce and political economy. 

V. 3-4. Essays and tracts, historical aac 
before the American revolution. 

V. 5. Political papers during and after the ; 
— Letters and papers on electricity. — App^ndi 
V. 6. Letters and papers on philosophical 1 
V. 7-10. Correspondence. — Index. 

Freneau. Poems. 1861 

Frere. Original works and minor trans- 
lations. 1874 1 

Contents: Contributions to the "Microcoi 
cellanies. — Contributions to the An ti- Jacobin, 
on Hook IX of the Iliad, etc. — Whistlecr 
Arthur.— Fables and other miscellanies.— T 
from the Cid.— Miscellaneous translations. — T 
of the psalms. 

Translations from Aristophanes and The- 



ognis 



Frisbie. Address, Cambridge. 1817 . . , 
Friswell. Essays on English writers. . 
Contents: Study of history. — History am 
biography. — English poets.— Essayists.— R 
drama.— Dramatic literature.— The Pible am 
lators.-Thcologians.— Letters and letter-vri 
iri^ts. — Scottish poets. — Political and mt 
writer*.- Novelists. —Periodical essayists.— P 
present century. 



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217 



le life. 1S69. 2v .824.2 192 

ihoQghts. 1880 824.2 276 

men of letters honestly criti> 

1870 824.2 190 

ts .* Dlckeas. — Lemon. — Hugo. — Reade. — Rus- 
awnins. — ^Trollop*. — Tennyson. — Sala. — Lever. 
— D^Iftraeli. — Lytton. — Aintworth.— Carlyle. — 
ow.— Swinburne. — Kingsley. — Emerson. — Rob- 
-About. 

:ham, N. L. Metrical pieces. 

1655-1870 821. 1 342 

J. A. Short studies on great 

cts. 1868-83. 4 V 824.2 186 

mis: V. i. Science of history. — Erasmus and 
. — Influence of the reformation on Scottish char- 
•Philosophy of Catholicism. — Free discussion of 
^cal <ii£Bcalties. — Criticism and gospel history. — 
»pinosa. — Dissolution of the monasteries. — Eng- 
fof^gocten worthies. — Homer. — Lives of the saints. 
wsentative men. — Reynard, the fox. — The cat's 
lage.— Fables. — Parable of the bread-fruit tree. — 
nsatioa. 

. Calvinism. — A bishop of the zath century. — 
an on the grammar of assent. — Condition and 
CCS of Protestantism. — England and her colonies. 
vtaight in Kerry, parts z-a. — Duties of state and 
t.— The merchant and his wife. — Progress. — The 
» once more. — Education. — England's war. — East- 
cstion. — Scientific method applied to history. 
. Annals of an English abbey. — Revival of Ro- 
a. — ^Sea studies. — Society in Italy in the last days 
! republic. — Lucian. — Divus Caesar. — Uses of a 
I gentry. — Party politics. — South African journal. 
. Becket, — Oxford counter-reformation. — Origen 
daus. — ^A Cag^iostro of the ad century. — Cheneys 
m honse of Russell. — A siding at a railway station. 

, R. H. Remains. 183S. 4v... 230 140 

8ni/« .* V. I. Journal. — Letters. — Poems, etc. 

. Sermons. 

. Theological miscellany. 

, History of Thomas i Becket. 

H. Grand transformation scenes. 824.1 126 
Marcarkt. (See Ossoli, S. M. F.) 
S. R. Address on death of 

It. 1885 98.1 Pam. 14 

T. FuUeriana 922.2 103 

M. Writings. 1879. 3v 329.1 132 

Urbana scripta. 1885 824.2 373 

Umt*: English poetry in Z885. — Tennyson. — 
iBg. — ^Matthew Arnold. — Swinburne. — W. Morris. 
chant of Venice.— An overlooked characteristic of 
Cmsar.— Mark Pattiaon.— Horace Walpole. 

MiaceUanies. a v 928.2 206 

r. Stadies in Longfellow 928.1 Pam. 5 

CR. Essays. 1803. 3 v 304 12 

ft, Ceua £. Broken dreams 821. i 187 



SBSRtiCHI 

waters. 



1874 



.821.1 243 
821. 1 188 



Cedskdn. 1881 821.1269 



Bl Words of ; ed. by Balch 
L 1883 



. 829.1 23 
,329.1 138 



Garrick. Correspondence. 1835. 2 v. 826.2 B-i 

Dramatic works. 1798 822.3 133 

Conttnis: V. z. Lethe.— Lying valet.— Miss in her 
teens.— Romeo and Juliet. — Every man in his humour.— 
The fairies.— Florisel and Perdita.— Catharine and Pe- 
trucMo. 

V. 9. Lilliput. — Male coquette. —Gamesters. — Isabella. 
— Guardian. — Enchanter. — Cymbeline.— Farmer^s return 

from London, 

V. 3. Clandestine marriage. — A peep behind the cur* 
tain. — Arthur and Emmeline. — Bon ton.— High life below 
stairs. — Irish widow. — Mayday. — Theatrical candidates. 

Garth. Poems. 1822 831.3 43 

Gascoigne. Complete poems ; ed. by Haz- 

litt. 1869. 3 V 821.3 140 

CoHtenis : V. x. The posies. — Supposes ; a comedie 
(from Ariosto). — locasta ; a tragedy (from Euripides). — 
Hearbes. — Weedes. — Ferdinando leronimi. 

V. a. The glasse of governement. — Princelye pleasures 
at the courteat Kenelwoorth. — Hermit's tale. — The Steele 
glas. — Complaynt of Phylomene. — The grief of joye.-- 
Noble art of venerie. 

The Steele glas. — Complaynt of Philo- 

mene. 1869 820.2 30 

Gatty, a. Key to " In Memoriam.". . .831.3 625 

Gatty, Mrs. A. Parables from nature. 

1879. 2 V ^829.3 51 

Gay. Fables. 1746 839.3 23 

Poems. 1822 821.339 

Genin. Selections from writings ; with 

biography. 1869 830.1 36 

Geraldine. 1881 821. i 361 

Gibbon. Miscellaneous works 928.2 386 

GiFFORD. Dialogue of witches 821.3 451 

Gilbert. . *' Bab " ballads 828.3 45 

Original comic operas. 1886 822.2 281 

Cjnttnts : The sorcerer. — H. M. S. Pinafore. — Pirates 
of Penzance. — lolanthe. — Patience, — Princess Ida.— The 
mikado.— Trial by jury. 

Original plays. 1876 833.3 179 

CtnUtnts: Wicked world. — Pygmalion and Galatea. — 
Charity. — The princess. — Palace of truth. — Trial by 
jury- 
Original plays. Second series. 1881.822.2 179^ 

Conttnts : Broken hearts. — Engaged. — Sweethearts. — 
Dan'l Druce. — Gretchen. — Tom Cobb. — Sorcerer. — H. 
M. S. Pinafore. — Pirates of Penzance. 

Gilder. Lyrics and other poems. 1885.. 821. i 123 

The new day. 1876 821. i 169 

The poet and his master. 1878 821. i 221 

Giles. Illustrations of genius. 1854 . . . 824.1 27 

Gilfillan. Modem literature and literary 

men. 1851 824.2 169 

Gladstone. Gleanings of past years. 

1879. 7 V 824.2 345 

Canitnts: V. x. The prince consort. — The county 
franchise. — Kin beyond sea. 

V. 9. Blanco White.— Leopardi.— Tennyson.— Wedg' 
wood. — Bishop Patteaon.— >MacauIay.— Norman Madeod. 



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V. 3. Thoses of Enutus and Scottish church estab- 
lishment. — On ** Ecce Homo/' — Courses of religious 
thought. — Influence of authority on matters of opinion. 
—The i6th century before the Z9th. 

V. 4. State prosecutions of the Neapolitan gov^t. — 
Fanni on the States of the Church. — Germany, France 
and England, 1870.— The Hellenic factor in the Eastern 
problem. — Montenegro. — Aggression on Egypt and free- 
dom in the East. 

V. 5. Present aspect of the church, 1843. — ^Ward^s 
ideal of a Christian church. — Royal supremacy. 

V. 6. Laymen in the church. — Bill for divorce. — 

Church of England and ritualism.— Italy and the Church. 

V. 7. The work of universities. — Ancient Greece in 

the providential order.— Chapter of autobiography. — 

Law of probable evidence. — Evangelical movement. 

Homer 883 37 

Homeric synchronism 881 6 

Juventus Mundi 938 26 

Studies on Homer. 3 v 883 i 

Speeches. 1885 329.2 74 

Glapthorne. Plays and poems. 1874. 

2 V. (2 St.) 822.2 201 

Contents: V. x. Memoir. — Argalus and Parthenia. — 
The Hollander. — Wit in a constable. — Notes, etc. 

V. a. Albertus Wallenstein. — Ladies' privilege. — 
Poems. 

Glover. Poems. 1822 821.2 44 

Glynn. Poems. 1822 821.239 

Godwin, Mary W. Posthumoas works. 

1798. 4 V 820.2 129 

Contents: V. z-a. Wrongs of woman. — Lessons. 
V. 3-4. Letters. — Extract of the cave of fancy. — On 
poetry.— Hinu. 

Godwin, Parke. Political essays. 1856.329.181 
Out of the past. 1870 824.1 102 

Goldsmith. Citizen of the world. 1794. 827.2 5 

Deserted village; Traveller. 1881 821.2 595 

Essays and poems. 1807 824.2 57 

Poems. 1822 821.2 41 

Works ; ed. by Cunningham. 1854. 4 v. 820.2 97 

Contents: V. x. Poetical works. — Dramas. — Vicar of 
Wakefield. 

V. a. Enquiry into the state of polite learning. — The 
citizen of the world. 

V. 3. The bee. — Essays.— Unacknowledged essays. — 
Prefaces, etc. 

V. 4. Memoirs of Voltaire. — Life of Beau Nash. — Life 
of Thos. Parnell.— Life of Bolingbroke. — Reviews. — Ex- 
tracts from "Animated Nature." — Cock-lane ghost. — 
Trans, of Vida's chess. — Letters. 

Works; ed. by Prior. 1856. 4 v 820.2 93 

Contents: V. x. The bee. —Essays.— Inquiry into 
the state of polite learning in Europe. — Prefaces. 
V. 2. Citizen of the world. 
V. 3. Vicar of Wakefield. 
V. 4. Poems, dramas, etc. 

Good ALE. All round the year. 1 88 1. .. .821.1 250 

Apple blossoms. 187S 821. i 224 

In Berkshire with the wild flowers 821. i 250 

Journal of a farmer's daughter. 1881. .824.1 163 



\ 



Goodrich. The saunterer. x886 

GossK. Firdausi in exile, etc. 1885... 
From Shakespeare to Pope. 1885. . . . 

On viol and flute. 1876 

Seventeenth century studies. 1883.. . . 
Studies in literature of Northern Europ* 

GossON. Schoole of abuse. 1868 

Gould, E. S. Am. criticism on Am. litei 

ature 

Gould, S. Baking-. The silver store. . . 
GowER. Confessio amantis. 1857. 3 v. 

Illustrations of; by Todd. 1810 

Grahamb. Birds of Scotland, etc. 1807. 

Graeme. Poems. 1822 

Grainger. Poems. 1822 

G RANT, Mrs. , of Laggan, Correspondent 

1845- 3 V 

Letters from the mountain. 1803. 2 v 

Same. 1807. 3v 

Grant, R. The Iambs; a tragedy. 1885 

Little tin gods on wheels 1880 

Grattan. Miscellaneous works. 1822. 

Select speeches. 1831 

Same. 1845 

Gray, David {^Buffalo). Last of the Ka 

Kwahs 9] 

Ministry of art. 1864 9! 

New Year's item in verse. 1870. . . . 9I 
Poem at annual meeting of Y. M. A 

1862 95J 

Poem at opening of Y. M. A. b'ld'i 

1865 9S.: 

Poem, 25th anniversary of the Y. M. I 

1861 95.; 

Poem ; N. Y. State Editorial Associatioi 

1875 9 

Gray, David {Glasgow). Poetical works 
Gray, Thos. Elegy and other poems. . 

Poems. 1775 

Same. 1822 

Same. 1871 8: 

Works ; ed. by Gosse. 1884. 4 v 

Contents: V. x. Poems. — ^Jotimals.—- Est 

V. a-3. Letters. 

V. 4. Notes on Aristophanes and Plato. 

Greeley. Address, Hamilton College.. 

Hints toward reforms. 1857 

Green, H. Shakespeare and the emble 

writers. 1870 

Green, J. R. Stray studies. Eng. and Italy 

Green, Matthew. Poems. 1822 

Greene, Batchelder (pseud). Refle 

tions. 1886 

Greene, G. \V. Historical studies. 185 



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219 



R. Dramatic and poetical works ; 

y Dyce. 1861 822.2 loi 

tMis .* Life, etc. — Orlando Furioso. — Looking- 
9r London and £ng. — Friar Bacon and Friar Bun- 
JanussTV.— AlpbonftuSf Kingof Arraigon.«— George- 
ne. Pinner of Wak«field. — Ballads and poemfi, 

lAF. King Sham. etc. 1S68. . . . 828.1 44 

'ELL. £ssays. 1866 204 21 

'OOD, F. W. P. Miscellaneous writ- 

1 824.1 69 

700D, Grace (Lippincott, Mrs. S. 

Records of five years. 1867. . . . 824.1 91 

TOOD, J. In strange company. . . 824.2 228 

Enigmas of life. 1873 304 6 

fs, political and social. 1853. 2 v. 329.2 46 

ary and social judgments. 1873. .824.2 201 

ellaneoas essays. 1882 824.2 303 

me ; second series. 1884 824.2 357 

ical problems. 1870 329.2 44 

:s ahead. 1875 304 5 

XJE, Lady V. Faiths and fashions. 824 2 284 

K, Gerald. Poetical works, etc. .821.2 328 

N, G. \V. Studies in literature. . . .824.1 107 

liLD. Poems 821.2 146 

;s and sonnets 820.2 36 

. Eglogs, sonnettes, etc 820.2 38)^ 

, A. R. Rip Van Winkle, etc 98.5 1 1 

. G. Minor works. 1873 824.2 145 

fmiwmtt: Critical estimate of character and writings; 
Alex. Bain. — Parliamentary reform. — Molesworth^s 
ion of Hobbes. — Grecian legends and early history. 
mew of Boeckh. — Addresses. — Review of Lewis on 
credibility of early Roman history.— Plato on the 
cion oC the earth. — Review of Mill on Hamilton. — 
osophy. 

an. The ; ed. by Chalmers. 3 v 824.2 10 

jrs illnstrative of; by Drake. 3 v. . 824.2 47 

r. Goose-quill papers. 1885 824.1 204 

(See Jackson, Helen Hunt.) 

BTON. Casura. 1870 820.2 35 

TT. Essay on Falstaff 40 27 

ICK. Addresses, etc. 1846 825.1 16 

. Notes and essays on Shakespeare . 822.3 256 

JRTON. Sam Slick's wise saws 828.2 34 

M,A.H. Remains, verse and prose. 821.2 318 

CR. Alnwick Castle, etc. 1S36. ..821.1 31 

ical works. 1852 821. t 32 

>AY. Snnnyside papers. 1866... 824.2 176 

G. S. Aspects of German culture. 824.1 160 

J. Historical expostulation 821.2 454 

Mary L. Live coals. 1878 98.5 22 

IB. (See O'Reilly, Miles.) 

TON. Chapters on animals '596 5 

■n intercourse. 1884 824.2 363 

■le 824.2 364 

bteUectiial life. 1873 374 5 



Isles of Loch Awe, etc. 1855 821.2 620 

Round my house 9'44 58 

Sylvan year. 1876 829.2 36 

Same. 1876 829.2 37 

The unknown river 829.2 37 

Hamilton. Alex. Papers 329.1 40 

Reference list by Foster, v. i 16 55 

Works. 1851. 7v 329.127 

Same. 1810. 3v 329.134 

Hamilton, E. Lee. Apollo and Marsyas. 

etc. 1884 821.2 741 

Hamilton, Gail (Mary A. Dodge). Coun- 
try living, etc. 1877 824.1 139 

Gala days 917 64 

Sermons to the clergy. 1876 204 55 

Skirmishes and sketches. 1865 824.1 87 

Same 824.1 ?8 

Twelve miles from a lemon. 1874 824.1 89 

Same 824.1 90 

Summer rest. 1866 829.1 16 

Hamilton, Janet. Poems, essays, etc. .821.2 649 

Hamilton, W. Poems. 1822 821.2 38 

Hammond. Poems. 1822 82 1.2 46 

Hanna. Essays. 1861 824.2 146 

Hare, J. C. and A. W. Guesses at truth. 829.2 17 
Harman. Caveat of warneing for commen 

cursetors 820.2 405 

Harris. J. {Earl of Malmesbury). Philo- 
logical inquiries. 1802. 2 v 810 17 

Harris. Joel C. Mingo and other 

sketches 823 16701 

Nights with Uncle Remus. 1883 *828.i 67 

Same *828.i 68 

Uncle Remus. 1881 *828.i 60 

Same .*828.i 6oJ^ 

Harrison, F. The choice of books 824.2 384 

Harrison, J. A. A group of poets. 1875. 824.1 133 
Harrison, J. B. Certain dangerous tend- 
encies in Am. life. etc. 1880 824.1 150 

Hart, Mrs. Harry. 1877 821.2 429 

Mrs. Jerningham's journal. 1876 821.2 436 

Same 821.2 431 

Harte. Bret. East and west. 1871.'. .821.1 148 

Echoes of the foot-hills. 1875 821.1 149 

Same. 1875 821. 1 150 

Two men of Sandy Bar. 1876 822.1 15 

Same. 1882 821. i 147 

Hartzell. Wanderings on Parnassus. . . 98.5 17 

Haweis. Poets in the pulpit. 18S0 824.2 282 

Contents : Longfellow. — Tennyson. — Browning. — 
Keble. — Geo. Herbert. — Wordsworth. — Gleanings. 

Haskins. R. W. Es.says and lectures. . . 98 2 

Havergall. Life echoes. 1883 821.27x4 

Poems. 1881 82 J. 2 582 



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220 



ENGLISH POETRY, ESSAYS, ORATORY, ETC. 



Hawes. Pastime of pleasure 821.2 461 

Hawkes. Footprints of former men in 

Cornwall. 1870 824.2 220 

Hawkesworth. The adventurer. 3 v.. 824.2 16 
HaWLEY. Address, Buffalo Y. M. A. 1836. 40 27 
Hawthorne, N. Sketches and studies. .824.1 191 

CtnitnU: Life of Franklin Pierce.— Chiefly about 
war matters. — Alice Doane*s appeal. — The ancestral 
footstep. — Appendix. 

[See, also, under ** English Prose Fiction."] 

Hawtrey. Corydalis. 1880 821.2 564 

Haydn, and other poems. 1S70 821.1 57 

Hay. Pike County ballads and other 

pieces. 1878 821. i 215 

Hayley. Poems and plays. 1785. 6 v. 821.2 191 
CPHttHts: V. X. Essays on painting. — Epistles, odes, 
sonnets, etc. 
V. 9. Essay on history. 
V. 3. Essay on epic poetry. 

Triumphs of temper. 1781 821.2 197 

Hayne. Avolio. i860 821. 1 58 

Legends and lyrics 821. 1 59 

Poems. 1882 821. 1 301 

Hayavard, a. Biog. and critical essays; 

new series. 1873. 2 v 824.2 215 

Selected essays. 1878. 2 v S24.2 280 

Haywarde, R. (See Cozzens, F. S.) 
Hazeltine. Chats about books. 1883.. 824.1 181 
Hazlitt, W., ed. Eng. comic writers. . . . 828.2 7 

Essays on the fine arts. 1873 7^4 13 

Literature of the age of Elizabeth, and 

Characters of Shakespeare. 1S77. • •822.3 103 

Men and manners. 1852 824 2 371 

The plain speaker. 1870 824.2 99 

Same 824.299^^ 

The round table. — Northcote's conversa- 
tions. — Characteristics. 1S71 824.2 202 

Table-talk. 1845 824.2 98 

Eloquence of the British senate. 2 v. . . 329.2 70 
Hazlitt, W. E., ed. Inedited tracts ; i6th, 

17th cent's. 1868 824.2 I 

Contents: Cyvile and uncy vile life. — A health to the 
gentlemanly profession of servingmen. — The court and 
country. 

Headlky, H. Poems. 1822 821.246 

Headlev.J.T. Miscellaneous works. 2V.S24.1 178 

Heavysege. Saul ; a drama. 1857 822.2256 

Heber. Poems and trans. 1829 S21.2 745 

Helps. Brevia. 1871 829 2 20 

Companions of my solitude. 1870 824.2 198 

Essays written in intervals of business. .824.2 195 

Friends in council. 1869. 2 v 824.2 196 

Organization in daily life. 1S62 304 19 

Oulita, the serf; a tragedy. 1858 822.2 251 

Social pressure. 1875 304 18 

Thoughts in the cloister and the crowd. . 829.2 58 



Hemans, ^rj. Favorite poems. i88i..f 

Poetical works i 

Works. 1844. 7v 8 

Contents: V. z. Essay; by Mr*. Sigoumc 
oir ; by a sister. — England and Spain. — Walls 
cation. 

V. ». Tales and historic scenes. — Restoratia 
of art to Italy. — Modem Greece.— Translatic 
cellaneous poems. — Italian literature. 

V. 3. The sceptic. — Tale of the secret tribux 
cellaneous poems. — The uege of Valencia, a 
poem. 

V. 4. Forest sanctuary. — Lays of many 
Miscellaneous pieces. — Dartmoor. — Welsh n 
Hymns for childhood. — De Chatillon, a trage 
cellaneous. 

V. 5. Vespers of Palermo, a tragedy. — Soi 
Cid. — Records of woman.^Miacellaneous poa 

V. 6. Songs of the affections. — Miacellaaeo 
— National lyrics. 

V. 7. Lyrics and songs for music. — League ol 
— Scenes and hymns of life. — Female cha 
Scripture.— Sonnets, etc. — General index. 

Ileptalogia, The ; or the seven ag*st sense. 

H ERBERT , Lord, E. of Cherbury, Poems . 8 

Herbert, Geo. Works ; ed, by Willmott . 8 

Contents: Life.— The Church.— The Churc 
— Miscellaneous poems. — A priest to the tempi 
prudentum.— English letters. — Latin letters.— 
Greek poems. 

Herbert, H. W. (Frank Forester). Life 

and writings. 18S2. v. 1-2 % 

Herrick. Poems and other remains. 2 v.S 
Contents: Hesperides. — Noble numbers.— 

Hewett. The votary. 1867 \ 

Hey WOOD. Dialogue of wit and folly. . .£ 
Dramatic works. 1874. 6 v. (2 st.). . .1 

Fair maid of the exchange. 1845 

Fair maid of the west. 1850 

Golden and silver ages ; two plays. 1S51. 

King Edward IV. 1842 

A marriage triumph \ 

Royal king and loyal subject. 1S50 

Two plays on the life of Queen Eliz 

Woman killed with kindness. 1850. . . . 

HiCKMOTT. A man ; lect. 1S64 98.3 

IIiCKOK. Address, Buffalo Y. M. A. 1847. 

HiGGiNSON. Atlantic essays. 1871 

Oldport days. 1873 

Out-door papers. 1863 

Hill, Aaron. Poems. 1822 

Hill, Geo. C. (See Lackland, Thos.) 

HiMES. Study of •• Paradise lost." 8 

Hinton. Art of thinking, etc. 1879.... 8 
Hitchcock. Spenser's " Colin Clout** ex- 
plained, etc S 

HoBBES. English works.. 1839. li^-** 
[See contenu in printed catalogue of 1871.] 



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221 



>iiticmst essays and verse trans- 

1881 824.2 293 

Poems. 1873 821.1241 

r.' Forest muMngi.— L«y» of the Hudson. — 

Bs. — Songs and occasional poems. 
HogartVs frolic 828.1 11 

VANTES. (Sec Barrett.) ♦ 
Works. 1869 821.2 B-2 

ts: Life; by Thomson. — The queen^s wake. 

iln bard. — Mador of the moor. — Pilgrims of the 

:tic mirror. — Queen Hynde. — Forest minstrel : 

foetical tales and ballads.— Miscellaneous poems 

I. — ^Autobiography. 

Iso, tinder ** English Prose Fiction/*] 

(Timothy Tilcomb). Bitter- 

1868 821. 1 137 

1868 821. 1 1371^ 

* poetical writings. 1879. . . .821.T 230 
ta: Bitter-sweet. — The puritan^s guest.— Kath- 
cob Hard's child. — Mistress of the manse.— 
f the war. — The marble prophecy.— Shorter 



ly topics. 1876 824.1 80 

824.1 81 

ly topics. 1882. 2v 824.1170 

. 1864 824.1 79 

L 1867 821. 1 138 

1869 821.1 138}^ 

in life. 1873 *I70 37 

o the Joneses. 1863 170 22 

yonng people *I70 21 

irophecy. 1872 821. i 139 

of the manse. 1874 821. i 140 

1874 821. 1 141 

1874 821. 1 142 

Ics 824.1 77 

824.1 78 

f. Scenes of youth, etc 821.2 238 

r. Aathorship of Shakespeare. 822.3 10 

D. W. Autocrat of the break - 

>le. 1871 829.1 10 

1875 ^ 829.1 II 

1883 828.111}^ 

gate and other poems. 1880. .821.1 247 

sm in thought, etc 150 4 

essays. 1842-1882 610 30 

»m an old volume of life. 1883 . 824.1 190 

U: Bread and the newspapers. — My hunt 
he Captain."— The inevitable trial.— Physiology 
ig. — The seasons. — ^The human body.— Cinders 
ashes. — Mechanism in thought and morals. — 
If of versification. — Crime and automatism.— 

1 Edwards.— Pulpit and pew. 

le breakfast table. 1872 829.1 14 

1872 829.1 15 

rorks. 1880 821. i 189 

at the breakfast taMe. 1868.. 829.1 12 

* For young readers. 



Same 829.1 13 

Songs in many keys. ' 1864 821. i 124 

Songs of many seasons. 1 862-1874. • •821.1 125 
Soundings from the Atlantic. 1864. . . .824.1 116 
Contents: Bread and the newspaper. — My hunt after 
"The Captain."— Stereoscope and stereograph. — Sun- 
painting and sun-sculpture.— Doings of the sunbeam. — 
The human wheel.— Visit to the autocrat^s landlady. — 
Visit to asylum for aged and decayed punsters. — The 
great instrument. — The inevitable trial. 

Home. Works. 1822. 3 v 822.2 144 

Contents: V. i. Life.— *' Agis."—" Douglas." 
V. a. Siege of Aquileia.— Fatal discovery. — Alonso.— 
Alfred. — History of rebellion, 1745. 
V. 3. History of rebellion, concluded. 

Hood. Choice works. 1857 821.2315 

Hood's own. 1871. First series 828.2 28 

Same ; second series I 828.2 29 

Poetical works. 1873 821.2 313 

Prose and verse. 1857 821.2 315 

Whimsicalities. 1857 828.2 30 

Hook. Bemains ; by Barham 928.2 298 

Choice humorous works 828.2 48 

Hope, Ascott R. (See Moncrief.) 

Hopkins. Comic hist, of U. S. 1880... 828.18 

Hopper. Dutch pilgrim fathers and other 

poems. 1865 S21.1 199' 

One wife too many. 1867 821. 1 211 

HoppiN. Notes of a theological student. . 824.1 20 

HORNE. Ballad romances. 1846 821.2 749 

Bible tragedies 822.2 283 

Contents: John the Baptist. — Rahman. — Judas Is- 
cariot. 

Cosmo de Medici; a tragedy. 1875... 822.2 ^84 

Laura Dibaizo ; a tragedy. 1880 822.2 2S5 

Orion; an epic. 1872 821.2 305 

HosMER, B. G. poems. 1868 821. i 196 

HoSMER, W. H. C. Later lays and lyrics. 821. i 45 

The months. 1847 821. 1 44 

Pioneers of Western N. Y. 1838. . .821.1 Pam. 7 

Poetical works. 1854. 2v 821. 1 41 

Yonnondio ; a poem. 1844 821. 1 43 

Houghton, Lord (R. M. Milnes). Poems 

of many years. 1846 821.2 312 

Household verses on health and happiness. 821.2 499 

Howard, J. H. (See Corry O'Lanus.) 

\\o\SY., Mrs. Passion-flowers. 1854 821.1 183 

Words for the hour. 1857 821. 1 177 

Howell, Jas. Instructions for forreine 

travell. 1869 820.2 33 

Howell. John E. Poems. 1867. 2 v... 821.162 

HowELLS, W. D. A day's pleasure, etc. .824.1 162 

Poems. 1873 821.1 151 

Same. 1873 821.1 152 

Same. 1873 821 i 153 

Suburban sketches. 1871 824.1 134 



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CenttHis : Mrs. Johnson. — Door-ttep acquuntance. — 
A pedestrian tour. — By hone-car to Boston. — A day*s 
pleasure. — Romance of real life.— Scene. — Jubilee days. 
—Flitting. 

Three villages. 1884 824.1 195 

Contents : Lexington. — Shirley. — GnadenhQtten. 

HowiTT, Mary. Ballads, etc. 1847 821.2 297 

Songs of animal life 821.2 588 

HowiTT, Wm. Country year-book. 1850. 829.2 38 

HoYLAND. Poems. 1822 821.2 46 

Hudson, H. N. Lect's on Shakespeare. 

1848. 2 V 822.3 65 

Same. 1857 822.3153 

Studies in Wordsworth, etc. 1884 824.1 200 

Hudson, H. R. Poems. 1874 821. i 195 

HUEFFER. Italian and other studies 824.2 352 

Hume. Essays ; ed. by Green and Gross. 

1875 2v 19297 

Humphreys. Miscellaneous works. 1804. 820.1 24 
Hunt, Helen. (See Jackson, Helen Hunt.) 

Hunt, Leigh. Book for a comer 810 15 

Book of the sonnet. 2v 811 id 

Correspondence. 1862. 2 v 826.2 31 

A day by the fire. 1870 824.2 97 

Elssays and miscellanies. 1857 824.2 94 

Feast of the poets. 1815 827.2 43 

Imagination and fancy 811 68 

The indicator. 1845 824.2 96 

Jar of honey from Mt. Hybla. 1883. . 824.2 361 

London journal. 1834-1835 805 P. B-ii 

Men, women and books 824.2 275 

Poetical works 821.2 773 

Religion of the heart 241 79 

The seer. 1878 824.2 242 

Stories from Italian poets 851 i 

Table-talk. 1879 829.2 48 

Wishing-cap papers. 1S73 S24.2 95 

Wit and humour 828.2 8 

Wycherley, Congreve, Vanbrugh and 

Farquhar. (2 st.) 822.2 180 

Hutton, H. FoUie's anatomic 821.2 449 

Hutton, R. H. Essays, literary. 1871. .824.2 217 
Contents: Goethe and his influence. — Wordsworth 
and his j^enius. — Shelley's poetical mysticism. — Brown- 
ing.— Poetry of the Old Testament. — George Eliot.— 
Clough. — Hawthorne. 

IDDESLRIGH, Earl of. (H. S. Northcote.) 

Desultory reading. 1885 3^ ly 

Idler, The; ed. by Chalmers. 1856. i v. . 824.2 24 
Essays illustrative of ; by Drake. 2 v. . 824.2 50 
Incredulity of St. Thomas (miracle play). . 942 137 
Ingelow. Monitions of the unseen, and 

poems of love and childhood. 1871. .821.2 38S 

Poems. 1871 821.2385 

Same. 1878 821.2386 



I 



I 



I 



I 



Poems of the old days and the new. . . .6 

Story of doom, etc. 1867 8 

Innsley. Owen. (See Jennison.) 
Ireland, W. H. Confessions of. 1805.. 8 
Ireland, S. W. H. (Anser Pen-drag-on). 

Scribbjeomanta. 1815 

Irving. Beauties of. 1866 

Knickerbocker history of N. Y. 1867. . 

Same. 185 1 

Sketch-book of Geoffrey Crayon. 1849. 

Same. 1872 

Same. 1872 

Same. 1882 82 

Spanish papers. 1S66. 2v 

[See, also, under ** English Prose Fiction.**] 

Irving and Paulding. Salamagundi . . . 

Same. 1835 

Jackson, Helen Hunt. Bits of talk. . . 

Story of Boon. 1875 fi 

Verses. 1877 £ 

Jacob. Gate of Paradise. 1882 

Jago. Poems. 1822 

James I, King of Eng, Essays of a pren- 
tice in the divine arte of poesie 

Counterblaste to tobacco 

James, Henry. Daisy Miller ; a tragedy. 

James, Rev, Henry. Literary remains.. 

Jameson, Mrs. Characteristics of women. 

1846. 2V 

Commonplace book. 1855 

Memoirs and essays. 1846 X 

Jay. Writings and life. 2 v 

Jefferies. Amateur poacher. 1879 

Game-keeper at home. 1879 

Hodge and his masters. 1S80. 2 v 

Life of the fields. 1884 \ 

Nature near London. 1883 

Round about a great estate. 18S0 

Wild life in a southern county 

Jefferson. Memoir, correspondence and 
miscellanies. 4 V 

Writings. 1853. Qv 

Contents: V. x. Autobiography and conei 
V. a-7. Correspondence. 
V. 7-8. Official papers. 
V. 8. Notes on Virginia.— Biographical ske 
V. 9. Manual of parliamentary practice.- 
— Miscellaneous papers. 

Jeffrey. Contributions to the Edinburgh 
Review. 1844. 4 V \ 

Jenkins. Ginx's baby. 1871 

Lord Bantam. 1872 

Jennings. Childishness and brutality o 
the time. 1883 ' 



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223 



(Owen Innsley.) Love poems 

anets. iS8i 821.1276 

AMK. Poems. 1822 821.2 41 

' and free reflections. 1798 . . . 824 2 64 
Slamckard. Chronicles of the 

i860 829.2 3\ 

Douglas. Comedies. 1853. .822.2 209 
tis .* Babbles of the day. — ^Time works wonders, 
cr of war. — Retired from business. — St. Cupid. 

ndle's curtain lectures. 1875 • • 828.2 39 

letters to bis son. 1853 828.2 40 

4 V 827.2 21 

mis : V. x. Memoir ; by his son. — St. Giles and 
ea. — Punches letters to his son. 

Story of s feather. — Cakes and ale. 

Mrs. Caudle*s curtain lectures.— Men of chsr- 
Panch*! complete letter-writer. 

Maa made of money. — Sketches of the English, 
lides of QoTernook. — Sick giant and Doctor 

Coontry by-ways. 188 1 824.1 168 

C. F. Three Americans and 

Englishmen. 1886 824.1 216 

mis: Wordsworth. — Coleridge. — Shelley. — Haw- 
— Emerson. — Longfellow. 

D. Political comedy of Europe. 827.1 18 
Samuel. Essays in " The Ad- 

rer." 3 v 824.2 16 

er 824.2 24 

liana ; ed. by Croker. 1842. . . . 829.2 4 

182a 821.2 45 

mbler. 1856. 3v 824.213 

ce list by Foster, v. 4 16 55 

; ed. by Murphy. 1825. 6 v.. . 820.2 87 

mia: V. i. Uie. — Philological tracu.— Political 
osUaacoos essays. 
Ob Greek comedy. — Dedications. — Adventurer. 

Rambler, continued. 

Idler. — Essays. — Political tracts.— Journey to 
Uasda of Scotland. 
L Lrves of the poets. 

i«35. 2 V 820.2 B-2 

mts: V. z. Life and genius; by Murphy.— The 
r.^Tha Adventurer. — The Idler. — Rasselas. — 
€ the imagination. — Letters. — Miscellaneous 

Livca of the poets — Lives of eminent persons, 
d Sarpi. Boerhaave, Robert Blake, Sir Francis 
Barretier, I.ewts Morin, Peter Rurman, Thomas 
tfli, Francis Cheynel, Edward Cave, Charles 
k, king of Prussia, Sir Thomas Browne, Roger 
.— >P^iticaI, philolf^cal and miscellaneous tracts. 
siSoos. — Opinions on questions of law.— Reviews 
risBTT — Journey to the western islands of Scot- 
'nynrs and meditations. 
Jflo, imdcr ** Prose Fiction.*'] 

AifDA T. Poems. 1867 98.5 9 

B idyl, etc. 1882 98.510 

z, 1861 985 8 



Jones. Ebenezer. Studies of sensation 

and event. 1879 821.2 721 

Jones, T. P. {Pseud., see Aytoun, W. E.) 

Jones, Sir Wm. Poems. 1822 821.2 47 

Works. 1807. 13 V 404 11-23 

Conitnts: V. z-s. Life. 

V. 3.4. Papers before the Asiatic society. — Tales by 
Nisami, trans. 

V. 5. Plants of India and spikenard of ancients.— 
Persian language. 

V. 6. Poesios Asiaticae commentarii. 

V. 7-8. Charges to the grand jury. — Institutes of 
Hindu law. — Mahomedan law of succession to property. 
Law of inheritance.— Law of bailments. 

V. 9. Speeches of Isaeus.— Sacontala ; by CAlidis, 
trans. 

V. zo. Moallakat. — Poems, tr. from Asiatic language. 

V. zz~z9. Histoire de Nader Chah. — Traite sur la 
poesie orientale. 

V. Z3. Hitdpad^sa or Vishnusarman. — Enchanted 
fruit. — Hymns. — Extracts from the Vedas. 

JONSON. Ben. Works ; ed. by Giiford and 

Cunningham. 1875. 9 V 822.2 241 

Conitnts: V. z. Memoir; by GiflTord.— Commenda- 
tory verses, etc. — Every man in his humour. — Notes. 

V. 9. Every man out of his humour. — Cynthia's revels. 
—The poetaster. — Notes. 

V. 3. Sejanus, his fall. — Volpone. — Epicoene.— Notes. 

V. 4. The alchemist. — Catiline. — Bartholomew Fair. 
— Notes. 

V. 5. The divil is an ass. — The staple of news.— The 
new inn. — Ode to himself, and answers to same. 

V. 6. The magnetic lady.— Tale of a tub.— The sad 
shepherd. — Fall of Mortimer. — The case is altered.— 
— King James's entertainment, etc.— The satyr.— Tha 
penates.— entertainments of two kings, etc. — Notes. 

V. 7. Masques at court. — Notes. 

V. 8. Time vindicated. — Neptune's triumph.— Pan*t 
anniversary. — Masque of owls. — Fortunate isles. — Love's 
triumph thro' Callipolis. — Chloridia. — Expostulation 
with Inigo Jones — Love's welcome at Welbeck. — Love's 
welcome at Bolsover. — Epigrams. — Notes. 

V. 9. Underwoods: Miscellaneous poems. — Trans, 
from Latin poets.— Explorata. — The English grammar. 
— Miscellaneous pieces and conversations. — Interlude, 
etc. — Conversations with Wm. Drummond. — Jonsonus 
virbius. — Notes. 

J0N8ON, Ben and Marston. Five court 

masques. 1848 822.2 81 

Joyce. Blanid. 1879 821.1228 

JUDD, Carrie F. Lilies from the vale of 

thought. 1878 98.512 

JUDD, S. Philo ; an evangeliad. 1850. . . 821. i 30 

JUDSON. Olio of domestic verses. 1852.. 821. 1 29 

Junius. Letters of. 1836. 2v 329.23 

Same ; ed, by Nicolas. i88i. 2 v. . 329.2 I 

Kaye. Essays of an optimist. 1871 . . . .824.2 209 

Keats. Eve of St. Agnes, etc 821.2 623 

Letters to Fanny Brawne. 18 19-1820. . 826.2 41 

Poetical works. 1846 821.2 244 

ConUnts : Endymion. — Lamia. — Isabella. —Eve of St. 
Agnes. — Hyperion. — Miscellaneous poems. — Sonnets. 



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Poetical works. 1857 821.2 245 

[Contents same m above.] 
Poetical works. C869 821.2 246 

ConUnts : Memoir; by Houghton. — Endymion. — 
Lamia. — Isabella. — Eve of St. Agnes. — Hyperion. — Mis- 
cellaneous poems. — Sonnets. — Epistles. 

Poetical works and other writings ; ed, 

by Forman. 1883. 4 v 821.2 223 

Conttnts: V. z. Editor's^reface, note on portraits of 
Keats, etc. — Poems published in 18x7. — Endymion. — 
Appendix. 

V. a. Lamia.— Isabella.— Eve of St. Agnes.— Ode to 
a nightingale. — Hyperion. — Posthumous and fugitive 
poems.— Otho the great, a tragedy.— King Stephen ; a 
dramatic fragment. — The cap and bells. 

V. 3. Notes on Shakespeare, etc. — Notes on Paradise 
lost. — A vow. — Miscellaneous letters. 

V. 4. Miscellaneous letters. — Letters to Fanny Brawne. 
— Appendix. 

Keblk. Miscellaneous poems. 1869 821.2424 

Keddie. (See Tytler, Sarah.) 

Kemble, Adelaide. (See Sartoris, Adelaide.) 

Kbmble, Frances A. Notes on some of 

the plays of Shakespeare. 1882 822.3 209 

Plays. 1863 822.2227 

Contents: An English tragedy.— Mary Stuart ; from 
the Ger. of Schiller.— MMle de Belle Isle ; from the Fr. 
of Dumas. 

Poems. 1844 821.2556 

Kemble, J. P. Macbeth and Richard III.; 

an essay. 1817 822.3 I33 

Macbeth reconsidered. 1776 822.3 Pam. i 

Kennedy, J. P. At home and abroad. . . 824.1 94 
Kerr, Orpheus C. (R. H. Newell). Pa- 
pers ; first series. 1862 828.1 12 

Same 828.1 I2>^ 

Same ; second series 828.1 13 

Same ; third series 828.1 14 

Smoked glass. 1868 828.1 42 

Versatilities. 1871 821. i 197 

Kincaid. Selecta poemata. 1727 821.2 165 

King, T. Starr. Substance and show, 

etc. 1877 824.1 180 

KiNGSLRY, Chas. Andromeda, ctc. 1858. 821.2 381 

Glaucus. 1855 590 73 

Health and education. 1874 824.2 184 

Contents: Science of health.— Two breaths.— Tree of 
knowledge. — Nausicaa in London. — Air mothers. — 
Thrift. — Study of natural history. — liiogeology.— Hero- 
ism.— Superstition.— Science. — Grots and groves. — (Jco. 
Buchanan, scholar.— Rondelet, Hugenot naturalist.— 
Vesalius. 

Lectures in America. 1875 824.2 272 

Contents: Westminster Abbey.— The stage as it was. 
—First discovery oCAmerica.— The servant of the Lord. 
— Ancient civilization. 

Letters and memoir 928.2 288 

Same q28.2 2S9 



Miscellanies. 1859. 2v 

Contents: V. i. Raleigh and hb ti 
world, my masters. — My winter garden. - 
studies.— Tennyson. — Poetiy of sacred a 
art. — Alex. Smith and Alex. Pope. — Shell* 
— Hours with the mystics. — Burnt and his 

V. 3. Mans(ield*s Paraguay, etc. — Froa 
— Plays and Puritans.^The agricultural c 
supply of London. — North Devon. — Speech 
tary Association, 1859. — Great cities and t1 
— Study of natural history. — Thoughts in 1 

New miscellanies, i860 

Contents: (Same as *' Miscellames,*' wi 

ing added) : John Tauler. — Henry Brook< 

of quality. — Pilgrim*s progress illustrated. 

Poems. 1856 

Same. 1856 

Contents: Saint's tragedy. — Miscellan< 
Ballads. 

Same. 1884. 2 v 

Contents: V. i. The saint's tragedy. 

V. a. Andromeda. — Miscellaneous poem 
Prose idyls. 1880 

Contents: A charm of birds.— Challc-«i 
— The fens. — My winter garden. — From o 
North Devon. 

Ralei|;h and his time, etc. 1S59. .... 
Contents: Raleigh and his time. — Plays 
Burns and his school. — Hours with the myi 
son. — Poetry of sacred and legendary art.— 
— Phaethon. — Alexandria and her schools 
garden. — England from Wolsey to Eliaabel 

Saint's tragedy. 1859 • 

Selections from. 1873 

KiNNKY. Felicita ; metrical romance.. 
KiRKLA.ND. Mrs, Evening book. 1855 
Knight, Chas. Glimpses of the past. 

Once upon a time. 1865 

Studies in Shakespeare. 186S 

Knight, Wm. The lake district as int 

preted in Wordsworth. 1878 

Studies in philosophy and literature. . 
Knowlks. Dramatic works. 1859. . 
Contents: Caius Gracchus. — Virginius.- 
Alfred the Great.— The hunchback.— The 
of Bethnal Green. — The daughter. — Lov< 
man*s wit. — Maid of Mariendorpt. — Lo< 
Procida. — Old maids. — Rose of Arragon.— 

Knox, V. Essays. 1785. v. 2 

KuNST, Hermann. (See Smith. Rev. \V 
Lackland. T. (Geo. C. Hill). Homespu 
Lacy. Dramatic works. 1875 

Contents : Nf emoir. — The dumb lady.— 
— Sir Hercules Buffoon. — Sauny, the Scot. 

Laird of Logan. 1S68 

Lamb, Charles. Collected works ; ed, 

Ainger. 1885. 4v 

Contents: V. i. Essays of Elia. 
V. a. Pl.%ys, poems, and miscellaneous < 
V. 3. Mrs. Lcicesier\ school.— Adrenru 
V. 4. Talc* from Shakespeare. 



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225 



— 824.2 315 

ays and sketches. — Pawnbroker's daugh- 
i ©f Ulysses. — Tales.— Poems. — Letters. 

1859 824.2 313 

tries. 1878 824.2 314 

Is ; by Talfonrd. 1859. . 826.2 29 
d " Literary Sketches and 

L48 826.2 30 

id writings ; ed, by Fitz- 

6. 6 V 824.2 307 

. I . Life, and final memorials ; by Tal- 

ondencs with Coleridge. 

londenoe with Coleridge, Southey, Words* 

rs. 

laneous correspondence. — Essays of Elia. 

r Elia.— Notes. 

SMiys of Elia, concluded.— Miscellaneous 

s in ** The Reflector.''— Rosamund Gray. 

from Shakespeare. — Stories contributed 
Ler*s school.— Dramatic works: The de- 
John Woodvil ; Mr. H— ; The pawn- 
ter. — Sketches, etc. 

les, etc. — Contributions to Hone's Every- 
ticisms. — Poems. — Sonnets, etc. 

writings 824.2 316 

Rosamund Gray.— Essays. — Letters from 
:ior."— Mr. H .—Poems, etc. 

824.2 317 

Issaysof Elia. — Rosamund Gray. — Essays. 

«au, etc. 

td Mary. Poetry for chil- 

3 *82i.2 271 

lakespeare. 1868 ^822.3 93 

Complete works. 1853. 821.2 279 
Romance and reality. — Francesca Carrara, 
rials of early life.— Ethel Churchill.— Book 
he improvisatrice, and other poems. 

rea of Hungary and Gio- 

Taples. 1839 822.2 156 

nversations : Greeks and 

1853 829.2 28 

76 829.2 40 

ary men and statesmen. 3 v. 829.2 25 

Aspasta. 1871 829.2 29 

m ; ed. by Hilliard. 1856. 829.2 5 

by Colvin. 1882 829 2 57 

fe. 1876. 8 V 820.2 147 

V. I. Life ; by Forster. 

inary conversations: Classical. — Cit.ition 

ioa of Wm. Shakespeare touching deer- 

(ues of Borereigns and statesmen. — The 

ilogues of literary men. — Dialogues of fa- 
-Pericles and Aspasia. — Minor prose pieces, 
illaneous dialogues. 

-.- Acts and scenes : Count Julian.— An- 
;ary. — Giovanna of Naples. — Fra Rupert. 
3ona. — Ifies de Castro, etc.— Hellenics. 
Ilaneous poems. — Criticisms on Theocritus, 
'etrareh. 

• For you 



Lan(;. Ballads and verses Yain. 1884. .821.2 717 

Books and bookmen. 1886 20 4 

Helen of Troy. 1882 821.2 654 

Letters to dead authors. 1886 824.2 383 

Rhymes a la mode. 1885. 821.2 742 

XXXII ballades in blue china. 1881. .821.3 618 

Lakghorne. Poems. 1822 821.2 42 

Langland. Richard the Redeles, and the 

crowned king 820.2 329 

Vision of Piers Ploughman ; ^^.by Wright. 

1856. 2 V 821.2 107 

Same; parallel Extracts from 29 MSS. 820.2 308 

Same ; text A 820.2 314 

Same ; text B 820.2 320 

Same ; text C 820.2 329 

Same ; notes 820.2 338 

Same; general preface and indexes. .820.2 350 
Langstaff, Launcelot. (See Irving and 
Paulding.) 

Lanier. The English novel 813 22 

Poems ; ed. by his wife. 1884 821.1 320 

Science of English verse 426 3 

Lanman. Recollections. 1881 824.x 172 

Larcom. Childhood songs. 1875 821.1 26a 

An idyl of work. 1875 821. i 176 

Wild roses of Cape Ann. 1881 821.x 252 

Larned. Address, death of Grant. . .98.1 Pam. 14 
Latham. The Hamlet of Saxo Gram- 

maticus and of Shakespeare. 1872. .822.3 1^3 

Lauder. Minor poems 820.2 323 

Layamon's Brut ; ed. with trans, by Mad- 
den. 1847. 3v 821.2 B-4 

Leadbkater. MSS. and correspondence. 

1862. 2 v 826.2 35 

Lee, N. Dramatic works. 1734. 3 v.. 822.2 127 
Contents: V. z. CEdipus. — Theodosius. — PrinceMof 
Cleve. — Lucius Brutus. 

V. 9. Mithridates.— Caesar Borgia. — Constantino the 
Great.— Duke of Guise. 

V. 3. Sophonisba. — Nero. — Gloriana. — Rival queens. 
Massacre of Paris. 

Lucius Junius Brutus. 1763 822.2 Pam. I 

Lee, Ver.non (Violet Paget). Belcaro 704 23 

Contents : The book and its title.— The child in the 
Vatican.— Orpheus and Eurydice.— Faustus and Helena. 
— Chapelmaster Kreisler. — Cherubino.— In Umbria. — 
Ruskinism. — Poetic morality. — Postcript. 

Baldwin; being dialogues. 1886 824.2 388 

Contents: Responsibilities of unbelief — Consolations 
of belief.— Honour and evolution.— Novels.— Value of 
the ideal.— Doubts and pessimism. 

Legarb. Writings. 2v 824.1 141 

Contents: V. x. Biog.—Diaj^ of Brussels.— Journal 
of the Rhine. — Diplomatic correspondence. — Private 
correspondence.— Speeches and addresses. 
V. 3. Contributions to the Southern Review. 

Legge. Kichardus Tertius. 1844. 822.2 76 

ng readers. 



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Lbggbtt. Political writings. 1840 329.1 135 

Lbighton. At the Court of King Edwin. 822.1 14 

Change. 1S79 8^.1 220 

Lkland, C. G. Hans Breitmann's ballads. 828.1 21 

Meister KarFs sketch-book. 1S72 828.1 23 

LXLAND, H. P. The grey-bay mare, etc. . 828.1 24 
Lbver. Cornelius O'Dowd upon men and 

women, etc. 1873 824.2 263 

Nuts and nutcrackers 827.2 26 

Lewis, C. B. (See Quad, M.) * 

Lewis, Sir G. C. Letters. 1870 826.2 42 

Lewis, S/A. King's stratagem. 1874. .822.2 163 

LlEBEE. Letters 928.3 39 

Miscellaneous writings. 1881. 2 v. . .*. 304 21 

Life below ; seven poems. 1868 821. i 56 

LiLLO. Dramatic works. 1810. 2v 822.2 121 

C^nitnts: V. i. Life of Lillo.— Silvia.— G«o. Bam- 
well.— Life of Scanderberg. — Christian hero. 

V. a. Fatal curiosity. — Marina. — Elmerick. — Brit- 
tannia and Batavia. — Arden of Feversham. 
Lilly. Dramatic works. 1858. 2 v. . . . 822.2 95 
Ctntents: V. i. Life. — Endimion. — Campaspe. — 
Sapho and Phao. — Gallathea. 

V. a. Midas.— Mother Bombie.— Woman in the moose. 
—Love's metamorphosis. 

Lincoln, F. W. Address. 1844 40 27 

Linton. The girl of the period, etc. 2 v. 824.2 349 
LlPPiNCOTT,il//'j. (See Greenwood, Grace.) 
Locke, D. R. (See Nasby, Petroleum V.) 
Locker. London lyrics. 1870 821.2 428 

Poems. 1884 821.2 731 

Logan, J. Poems. 1822 821.2 45 

Logan, Olive (Mrs. Sikes). Apropos of 

women and theatres. 1869 824.1 115 

Longfellow. Aftermath. 1873 821.1 90 

Bibliography of, (Literary World, v. 12, 

p. 87) 805 P.B.15 

Bibliography of first cd's. 1885 16 63 

Courtship of Miles Standish, etc. 1S59. 821. i 98 

Same. 1859 821. i 99 

The Divine tragedy. 1871 822.1 10 

Evangeline. 1869 821. i 93 

Golden legend. 1859 821. i 94 

In the harbor. — Ultima Thule, pt. 2. . .821.1 284 

K6ramos and other poems. 1878 821. i 88 

Masque of Pandora. 1875 821.1 95 

New England tragedies. 1868 822.1 16 

Contents : John Endicott. — Giles Corey of the Salem 
farms. 
Poetical works. 1S66. v. i, 3 and 4.. 821.1 79 

Same. i860, v. i , 3 and 4 821. i 82 

Contents: V. 1. Voices of the night.— Ballads, etc. 
Poems on slavery.— Spanish student. 

V. 3. Golden legend.— Courtship of Miles Standish. 
— Birds of passage. 

V. 4. Song of Hiawatha.— Tales of a wayside inn.— 
Birds of passage. 

^For 



Poetical works. 1883 

Contents: Voices of the ai^ht. — E 
Translations. — Ballads, etc.— Children 
supper. — Poems of slavery. — Spanish stu< 
Bruges, etc. — Songs.— Sonnets. — Curfev 
—Seaside and fireside. — Song of Hiawat 
of Miles Standish. — Birds of passage. — 1 
side inn. — Flower de Luce.- Judas Maccal 
of Pandora. — Hanging of the crane. — \ 
nus. — K4ramos. — Ultima Thule. — Folk-st 
Notes. — Index. • 

Poetical works. 1885 

Same. 1885 

[Contents same as aboTe with following 
the harhor.— -Personal poems. — Michael A 
— Index.] 

Reference list by Foster, y. 2 

Seaside and fireside. 1850 

Song of Hiawatha. 1856 

Studies in ; by Gannett. 1886 

Tales of a wayside inn. 1864 

Three books of song. 1872 

Translation of Dante's Divine com' 

1871. 3 ▼ 

Ultima Thule. i88o 

'Longfellow, ed. Poets and poetr} 

Europe. 1845. 2 v 

Poems of places. (See page 197.) 
Loggerville Literary Society ; transactic 
Looker-on, The ; ed. by Chalmers. 3 * 

Same. 1796. 2v 

Lord, E. B. Hymn for the voiceless. 

Lord, J. C. Lectures. 1851 

Occasional poems. 1869 

Oration, Buffalo, July 5, 1858 

Sermons and addresses 

Lord. W. W. Christ in Hades ; poen 
LoRNE, Marquis of. Memoirs of Can 

and Scotland. 1883 

Lounger, The ; ed. by Chalmers. 1856. 
LovEjOY. Agricultural poem. 1859.. 
Lovelace. Poems ; ed. by Hazlitt. i3( 

LovELL. Poems. 1822 

Lover. Poetical works 

LoviBOND. Poems. 1822 

Lowell, J. R. Among my books. 2 

Same 

Contents: V. x. Dryden.— Witchcraft, 
once more. — N. En^and two centuries a^ 
Rousseau and the sentimentalists. 

V. 8. Dante. — Spenser. — Wordswortl 
Keats. 

Biglow papers 

Same ; second series. 1S82 

The cathedral. 1870 

Fireside travels. 1 864 

Contents: Cambridge 30 years ago.— 
journal. — Leaves from my journal in Italy 

reference. 



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227 



windows. 1871 824.1186 

824.1 1S7 

U: My garden acquaintance.— A good word 
r.— On a ocrtain condescension in foreigners. — 
public character. — Carlyle. — Lincoln. — J. G. 
.— Thoreau. — Swinburne** tragedies.— Chaucer. 
7 of old aathon.— Eraerson the lecturer.— Pope. 

1857. 2 V 821. 1 104 

witi V.I. Legend of Brittany.— Miscellaneous 

- Sonnets. — L*envoi. 
Miscellaneous. 

works. 1871. av 821.I 106 

wis: V. s. Miscellaneous poems.— Memorial 
-Sonnets. 

Fable for critics.— Biglow papers.— Unhappy 
Ir. Knott. — Oriental apologue. 

. 1877 821.1 103 

nit: Earlier poems. — Sonnets. — Miscellaneous 

— Memorial verses. — Vision of Sir Launfal. — 
NT critics.— Biglow papers.— Unhappy lot of .Mr. 
-Oriental apologue. — Under the willows, etc.— 
>f the war. — The cathedral.— Index. 

:he willows, etc. 1869 821. i 109 

R. T. S. Fresh hearts, i860. . 821. i 71 

. i860 821. 1 72 

oems. 1839 821.1 338 

ms of N. England, etc. 1857. . 824.1 98 

Agonistes. 1856 824.2 113 

Minor poems 8212445 

Evphnes. — Anatomy of wit. — 

tiies and his England. 1868 820 2 29 

/n. Botta). Poems. 1849 821.1 170 

ir. Sir D. • Works, pt. i 820.2 305 

. pt. 2 820.2 308 

. pt. 3 820.2 317 

. pt. 4 820.2 319 

!. pt. 5 820.2 325 

, D. Dramas of ancient world. 822.2 142 
mtM^ The deluge. — Plague of darkness.— Last 
— 'Rjapah. — Sardanapulus. — Destiny of Cain. — 
if Cain.— The Nereid's love. 

3N. Ephemera. 1865 824.2 114 

letters. 1793 824.2 52 

1832 821.2 44 

E. B.,Z^</. Caxtoniana. 1864.824.2 155 

! 824.2 156 

mnd miscellaneous writings. 2 v. 824.2 151 

Tthur. 1849. 2v 821.2335 

r Lyons, adapted to the stage by 

1 822.3 31 

uicoas prose works. 1868. 3 v. 824.2 148 

:. 1868. 2V 824.2153 

w Timon. 1846 821.2 342 

: and "St Stephen's." a poem. 821.2 343 
I and dramatic works. 1852. 5 v. 82 1.2 337 
•mtt: V. 1. The new Timon.— Constance. — 
_ETa.— The lairy bride. — The beacon.— The 
hm ■UBStrai heart.— Narrative lyrics. 



V. s-3. King Arthur— Com flowers.— Earlier poems. 
V. 4. Ducheste de la Valliere.- Lady of Lyons. — 
Richelieu. — Money.— Not so bad as we teem. 

Richelieu 822.2 224 

Same 822.2 225 

Same 822.2 226 

Lytton, R. B., Lord (Owen Meredith). 

Fables in song. 1874 829.2 24 

Glenaveril. 1885 821.2 748 

Lucile. 1880 821.2 398 

Same 821.2 399 

Poems. 1866. 2v 821.2393 

Same 821.2 395 

CoMtents : V. x. The wanderer. — Tannhauser. 

V. 9. Clytemnestra. — Minor poems. — National songs 
of Servia. 
Poetical works. 1875 82T.2 397 

Content*: Lucile. — Apple of life,— Clytemnestra.— 
Wanderer, etc. 
M., E. S. Sly ballads in Harvard China. 821.1 285 

McCall. Letters from the frontiers 826.1 9 

Macaulay. Essays. 1843. 4 v 824.2 1 18 

Same. i860. 6 v 824.2 122 

Same. 1873. 6 v.*. 824.2128 

Ccntgnts: V. i. Fragments of a Roman tale. — Royal 
soc. of literature.— Scenes from ** Athenian Revels."— 
Dante. — Petrarch. — The great lawsuit between the par- 
ishes of St. Dennis and St. George in the water. — Con- 
versation bet. Cowley and Milton. — The Athenian ora- 
tors. — Prophetic account of "The Wellingioniad.**— 
Mitford^s Greece. — Milton. — Machiavelli. — Dryden.— 
History. — Hallam's constitutional history. 

V. 9. Mill on gov't — Westminster Reviewer's defence 
of Mill. — Utilitarian theory of gov't. — Southey's collo- 
quies. — Robert Montgomery's poems.— Sadler's law of 
population. — Pilgrim's progress. — Sadler's refutation 
refuted. — Civil disabilities of the Jews. — Moore's life of 
Byron. — Croker's Boswell's Johnson. — Nugent's memo- 
rials of Hampden. 

V. 3. Burleigh and his times. — Mirabeau. — War of 
the succession in Spain. — Horace Walpole. — Chatham.— 
Sir James Mackintosh. — Bacon. 

V. 4. Sir Wm. Temple.— Gladstone on church and 
state. — Lord Clive. — Ranke's history of the popes.— 
Comic dramatists of tht^ restoration.— Lord Holland. 

V. 5. Warren Hastings.— Frederick the Great.— Ma- 
dame D'Arblay. — Addison. — Barire. 

V. 6. Chatham. — Atterbury.— Bunyan. — Goldsmith. 
—Samuel Johnson.— Pitt.— The West Indies. — London 
University. — Capacities of negroes. — The present admin- 
istration. — Index. 

Lays of ancient Rome. 1870 821.2 326 

Same. 1882 821.2 326}^ 

Sel. from ; ed. by Trcvclyan. 1877 829.2 41 

Selections from essays and speeches. 2 v. 824.2 134 
Contents: V. i. Warren H.istings.—Clive.— Chat- 
ham. — Ranke's history of the popes. — Gladstone on 
church and state. — Addison.— (iorace Walpole.— John- 
son. 

V. a. Bacon. — Byron. — Comic dramatists.— Frederick 
the Great.— Hallam's constitutional history.— Speeches 
on parliamentary reform. 



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McCarthy. Hafiz in London. 1886. . .821.2 772 

MacColl. Bide a wee, etc. 1880 985 X3 

Macdonald. a book of strife. 1885.. 821.2 739 

The disciple, etc. 1868 821.2 404 

A hidden life, etc. 1872 821.2 405 

The imagination, and other essays 824.2 341 

Same, under the title " Orts.*' 1882.824.2 333 

Tragedie of Hamlet 822.3 258 

McGeb. Poems. 1869.. 821.2423 

Mackenzie. Miscellaneous works. 1836. 824.2 60 

C^nttnit: Man of feeling.— Papers from " The Loun- 
ger" and "The Mirror.*'— Man of the world.— Julia De 
Ronbigne. 

Works. 1808. 8 V 820.2 108 

ConUnt* : V. z~a. Man of feeling. — Man of the world. 
V. 3. Julia de Roubigne. 

V. 4-7. Papers from the " Mirror,*' ** Lounger,** etc. 
V. 8. Poemt. — Dramatic pieces. 

Mackenzie, ed. The Lounger. 2 v 824.2 27 

The Mirror. 3 v 824.2 25 

The same. 1803. 2v 824.258 

Mackintosh. Miscellaneous works 824.2 108 

McLaren. True patriotism 40 27 

McLellan. Poems of the rod and gun. .821.1 346 

Macon. Uncle Gabe Tucker. 1883 828.1 65 

Madison. Letters, etc. 1865. 4 v 329.1 44 

Papers of. 1841. 3 v 329.1 41 

Maginn. Miscellanies, prose and verse. 

1885. 2 V 824.2 381 

Mahoney. (See Prout, Father.) 

Mallet. Poems. 1822 821.234 

Mallock. Atheism and the value of life . 824.2 367 

Every man his own poet. 1879 . . . .827.2 Pam. i 

New Paul and Virginia. 1878 827.2 29 

Poems. 1880 821.2 549 

Manfred, pseud, Byron vindicated 821.2 442 

Mangan. Poems. 1870 821.2308 

Contents : Memoir ; by Mitchell.— German anthology. 
— Irish anthology. — Apocrypha. — Miicellaneous. 

Manning. Essays read before the " Acad- 

emia." 1865 204 60 

Mafes, Walter. Latin poems attributed 

to. 1841 821.2 105 

Marlowe. Woiks; ed. by Bullen. 3 v. 822.2 261 

Contents: V. i. Introduction. — Tamburlane.— Dr. 
Faustuk. 

V. a. Jew of Malta.— Edward II.— Massacre at Paris. 
—Dido. 

V. 3. Hero and Leander. — Ovid's elegies. — Epigrams. 
— First book of Lucan. — Passionate shepherd.— Frag- 
ment, etc. 

Works; <"</. by Cunningham. 1870. .. .820.2 171 

Contents: Introductory. — Tamhurlane. — Dr. Faus- 
tus.— Jew of Malta.— Edward II. — Massacre at Paris. — 
Dido. — Hero and Leander. — Ovid's elegies. — Miscella- 
neous poems.— First book of Lucan. — Dr. Faustus, from 
folio of Z604.— Notes. 



.Marmion. Dramatic works. 1875 

Contents: Memoir.— Holland's League.— i 
panion. —The antiqoaiy. 
Marsh. Memory's pictures. 1871 i 

Marston, John. Works. 1856. 3y..) 

Contents: V. i. Antonio and Mellida.— 

women. — What you will. 

V. a. Parasitaster. — Dutch courtesan.'-Ma 

V. 3. Eastward hoe.^ Insatiate conntesi 

morphosts of Pigmalion^s inuige, etc. — Scon 

lante. — Lerd and Lady Huntingdon*s entert 

City pageant.— Versss by Marston. 

Marston, J. and Jonson, B. Five court 

Masques. 1848 

Marston, P. B. Song-tide, etc. i87i..{ 

Wind voices i 

Martineau, ed. Traditions of Palestine. 

Martin, J. Placido ; a drama . . .< 

Martin, Theodore. Translation of Hor 

ace. 2 V. i88i 

Translation of Goethe's Faust. 1877- 

1886. 2v 

Trans, of Oehlenschlaeger's Correggio.. 
[See, also, Aytoun and Martin.) 

Marvbll, a. Poetical works 1 

Marvel, Ik. (See Mitchell, Donald. G.) 
Marzials. Gallery of pigeons, etc. 1873.: 

Mason. Poems. 1822 

Works. 1811. 4v 

Contents: V. i. Odes, elegies, sonnets, « 
V. s. Dramatic writings. — Letters on the d 
V. 3. Du Fresnoy*s '* Art of painting,** U 
lish verse, with notes by Sir Joshua Reyn 
Essays on church music. 
V. 4. Sermons, etc. 

Massey. Shakespeare's sonnets. 1866.. 

Massinger. Believe as you list ; tragedy. 

Dramatic works; ed. by H. Coleridge. . 
Contents: Virgin martyr.— Unnatural com' 
of Milan. — Bondman. — Renegado.— 'Parliame 
— Roman actor. — Great Duke of Florence 
honor.— Picture. — Emperor of the East. — fx 
— New way to pay old debts. — City madam.- 
— A very woman. — Bashful lover. — Old law. 
Glossary. 

Masson. The three devils, etc. 1874. . 
Contents: The three devils: Luther's 
Goethe's. — Shakespeare and Goethe. — Milton 
Dryden and the literature of the restoratioi 
How literature may illustrate history. 

Wordsworth, Shelley and Keats, etc 

Contents : Wordsworth. — Scottish influent 
literature. — Shelley. — Keats. — Theories of 
Prose and verse : De Quincey. 

Mathers. Token of the silver lily i 

Mathews, A. (See Siegvolk, Paul.) 
Mathews, W. The great conversers . . . 

Getting on in the world. 1 876 

Hours with men and books. 1877 .... 
Literary style, etc. 1881 



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id orators. 1879 815 67 

1877 42218 

• S. Address. Wooster. .825.1 Pam. 6 

NVhite wave. 1875 821. i Pam. 2 

Bertram. 1818 ...822.2 143 

Friendship of books, etc 824.2 163 

is: FricDdship of books. — Words.— Books. — 
abuia of aewspapers. — Christian civilizarion. — 
history. — English history. — Spenser's '*Faene 

' — Milton. — Milton as a schoolmaster.— Burke. 

ution and illumination. 

e ever-living life. 1883. .. .821.1 Pam. 4 
Heads of the people. 2 v. . . 827.2 34 
, H. Battle pieces. 1866. . . . 821. i 46 
, G. J. \V. Songs and verses. .821.2 439 
[, G. Poems and lyrics of the 

the earth. 1883 821.2 664 

I, OwE?i. (See Lytton. R. B., Lord.) 
Nngae inmiles. 1874 811 8 

Ayenbite of inwyt (1340) 820.2 311 

Spirits of the past. 1853. . .821.2 420 

Poems. 1822 821.2 3S 

»N. A tragi-coomodie ; the witch. 822.2 91 

ed. by Bullen. 1885. v. 1-8. .822.2 271 
tis: V.I. Blurt, master constable. — The phoe- 
ichaclmas term. 
Mayor of Queeasborough. — The old law. — Trick 

tba <dd one. 

Family of love. — Your five gallants. — A mad 



941 53 



240 

193 
156 

214 
154 
155 



I 



The roaring girl.— A fair quarrel.— No wit (help) 
Bmaa*a. 

Chaste maid in Cheapside.— The widow. — Any- 
r a quiet life. — The witch. 

The changeling. — Spanish gipsy.— Women be- 
iBcn. — More dissemblers. 

Game at chess. — World lost at tennis.— Inner 
■asqiMw— Civic entertainments, ^tc. 

The black book.— Father Hubbard's tales.— 
faicon. — Wisdom of Solomon paraphrased.— 
ilwr. — Index, etc. 

lirittine, etc. 1866 821. 1 54 

ned. 1850 822.17 

isertalions and discussions. 2 v. 824.2 375 

tit; V. s. State interference with corporation 
irch property,— The currency juggle. — French 
m.— Poetry and its varieties. — Prof. Sedgwick 
ndics of Cambridge. — Civilization. — Aphorisms, 
id Carrell. — A prophecy. — Writings of Alfred 
r. — Beatham. — Coleridge. 

De Tocqueville on democracy in America. — 
a Berkeley's theory of vision. — Michelet'& his- 
'ranoa.^^laiau of labour. — Guixot's essays, etc. 

Grecian history and legend.— Vindication of 
evolution ol i&«8. — Enfranchisement of women. 
ell on moral philosophy. — Grote's history of 
-Appendix. 

J addresses. 1867 373 3 

UGH. Essays. 1865 824.2 15S 

articles. 1870 824.2 157 



Scenes and legends of the North of Scot- 
land 

MiLLKR, Joaquin. Baroness of New 

York. 1877 821. 1 

Menioric and rime. 1884 824.1 

Ship in the desert. 1875 821. 1 

Songs of Italy. 1878 821. i 

Songs of the Sierras. 1871 821. 1 

Songs of the sun-land<;. 1873 821. 1 

.Mii.MAN. Poetical works. 1839. 3 v.. 821.2 309 

ConitHts : V. i. Fall of Jerusalem. — Martyr of An- 
tioch.— Belshazsar. 

V. 9. Samor, lord of the bright city. — Miscellaneous 
poems. 

V. 3. Anne Boleyn, a drama. — Fazio, a tragedy.-—' 
Nala and Damayanti. — Death of Yajnadatta.— Extracts 
from the Mahabaratta. — Descent of the Ganges.— The 
deluge.— Stansas. 

Savonarola and other essays. 1870.. . . 204 64 

MiLNER. Country pleasures. 1881 834.2 30a 

MiLNKS. (See Houghton, Lord.) 

Milton. L' Allegro, II Penseroso, etc.. .821.2 594 

And V'ondcl ; by Edmundson 928.3 50I 

Areopagitica. 1868 820.2 36 

Concordance to poetical works ; by Cleve- 
land. 1867 {821.2 159)^ 

On education ; ed. by Browning 371 42 

Le paradis perdu ; Chateaubriand. 2 v. 840 81 

Paradise lost. 1875 82X.2 155 

Same 821.2 156 

Same; books I-II ; ed, by Sprague. .831.2 175 

Same; study of; by Himes. 1878.. 821.2 484 

Poetical works ; ed. by Masson. 3 v.. .821.3 157 

Contents : V. x. Essay on Milton*s English.— Para- 
dise lost. 

V. a. Paradise regained. — Samson Agonistes. — Minor 
poems. — L'AIlegTo. — II Penseroso. — Arcades. — Comus. — 
Lycidas. — Sonnets, etc. 

V. 3. Translations.— Latin poems. — Notes. 

Poetical works ; ed. by Montgomery. 

1861. 2v 821.2 153 

Contents: V. i. Paradise lost. 

V. a. Paradise regained.— Samson Agonistes. — Comus. 
—Arcades. — Lycidas. — L'AUegro.— II Penseroso. — Son- 
nets. — Odes, etc. 

Prose works; ed. by Fletcher. 1835. 820.2 B-i 

Same ; ed. by St. John. 5 v 820.2 48 

Contents : V. x. Preface. — Defence of the people of 
England. — Second defence. — Eikonoklastes. 

V. a. Tenure of kings and magistrates. — Areopagitica. 
— Letter to a friend. — Letter to Gen. Monk. — Ready and 
easy way to establish a free commonwealth. — On the 
articles of peace.— Letters of state. — Manifesto of the 
lord protector.- Notes upon a late sermon.— Of reforma- 
tion in England. — Of prelatical episcopacy. — The reason 
of church government. 

V. 3. To remove hirelings out of the church. — ^Ani- 
madversions upon the remonstrant's defence against 
Smcciyninuus.— Apology for Smectymnuus.— Doctrine 

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and discipline of divorce. — Judgment of Martin Bncer 
concerning divorce. — Tetrachordon. — Colasterion. — On 
education. — Declaration for the election of the king of 
Poland.— Familiar letters. 

V. 4-s. Treatise on the Christian doctrine.— History 
of Britain to the Norman conquest. — Brief history of 
Moscovia. — Accedence commenced grammar. — Index. 
Selected prose writings ; ed. by E. Myers. 824.2 359 
ConttnU : Introduction. — Reformation in England. — 
Reason of church government. — Animadversions upon 
the remonstrant*s defence against Smectymnuus. — Apol- 
ogy for Smectymnuus. — Doctrine and discipline of di- 
vorce. — On education. — Areopagitica. — Tenure of kings, 
etc. — Eikonoklastes.— Ready and easy way to establish 
a free commonwealth. 

Sonnets ; ed. by Pattison. 18S3 821.3 174 

Mirk. Duties of a parish priest (1420). .820.2 315 
Mirror, The; ed. by Chalmers. 1856. 2 v. 824.2 25 

Same. 1803. 2 v 824.2 58 

Miss Columbia's public school 827.1 10 

Mitchell, D. G. (Ik Marvel). About old 

story-tellers 928 14 

Bound together. 1884 824.1 194 

Contents : Washington Irving. — Titian and his times. 
— Procession of the months. — Beginnings of an old town. 
— Two college talks. — In-doors and out-of-doors. 

The lorgnette. 2 v 827.1 13, 

Same 827.1 15 

My farm of Edgcwood. 1872 630 16 

Same 630 16}^ 

Rural studies 712 4 

Wet days at Edgewood 630 45 

[See, also, under ** English Prose Fiction.**] 

Mitchell, J. Female pilgrim. 1814.. 24936 
MiTFORU, Miss. Friendships, as recorded 

in letters. 1882. 2v ...826.269 

Our village. 1882. 2 v 824.2 345 

Recollections of a literary life. 1872. .824.2 104 

Works, in prose and verse. 1854 820.2 300 

Contents: Our village. — Belford Regis. — Country 
stories. — Finden^s tableaux. — Foscari. — Julian. — Rienii. 
—Charles I. 

MONCRIEFF, R. II. (Ascott R. Hope). 

Texts from *• The Times." 1870 824.2 225 

MoNCRlEFF, W. T. Selections from dra- 
matic works. 1851. 3v 822.2 151 

Contents: V. i. Gisella.— Scamps of London. — Tar- 
nation strange. — Monsieur Mallet. — One fault. — Heart 
of Londou. — Bringing home the bride. — Borrowing a 
husband. 

V. a. Sam Weller.— Peer and the peasant.— Somnam- 
bulist.— The Tobii's dogs.— The Wintcrbottoms.— Kiss 
and the rose.— How to take up a bill. — Birthday dinner. 
V. 3. Tom and Jerry.— Rochester. — Giovanni in Lon- 
don. — Mons. Ton&on. — All at Coventry. — Zoroaster. — 
Home for the holidays. — The secret. 
Monk of Evesham, revelation to. 1869.. 820.2 33 
MONT.\GU, Mrs. E. Letters, 18 10. 4 v. 826.2 84 
>Vritings, etc., of Shakespeare. 1777.. 822.3 62 
Same. 1810 S22.3 129 



Montagu, Lady Mary W. Letters ; / 

by Hale. 1856 

Letters and works; ed, by Whamclifi 

1861. 2 V 

MoNTGOMF.RY. J. Poctical works. 4 v. 

Contents: V. x. Wanderer of Switzei 

West Indies. — Miscellaneous poems, prison . 

V. a. The world before the flood.— M 

poems. — Thoughts on wheels. — Climbing 1 

quies. — Songs of Zion. 

V. 3. Greenland. — Miscellaneous poems.- 
Trans. from Dante. 

V. 4. Pelican Island. — Miscellanies. — 
Scriptural subjects, etc. 

Montgomery, R. Luther ; a poem 

Moore, B. Poems. 1822 

Moore, E., ed. The world. 3 v 

Moore, Sir ]. H. Poems. 1822 

Moore, T. Favorite poems. 1881 

Lalla Rookh. 1826 

Memoirs of Capt. Rock. 1824 

Poetical works, and The epicurean 

Poetical works ^ 

Same 

Contents: Biog. sketch. — Odes of Anac 
nile poems. — Poems relating to America.- 
and intolerance. — The sceptic. — Intercepts 
Satirical and humorous poems. — Irish me 
tional airs. — Sacred songs. — Ballads, songs, 
ings in Greece. — The summer fSte. — Lall 
Fudge family in Paris. — Fables for the Hoi] 
Rhymes on the road. — Loves of the angels.- 
in England.— Tom Crib^s memorial. — Satir 
moious poems, etc. — Alciphron, a fragment. 

Prose and verse ; ed. by Shepherd 

Translation of Odes of Anacreon. 2 ^ 

More, Hannah. Works. 1853. 11 v 

Contents: V. x. Stories for persons is 
ranks. 

V. a. Tales. — On the manners of the grei 

V. 3. Modem system of iemale educatioc 

V. 4. Hints toward forming the charactc 
princess. 

V. 5. Tragedies: The inflexible captii 
Fatal falsehood.— Poems. 

V. 6. Turn the carpet.— Epitaphs, etc 
Ballads. — Sacred dramas: Moses in the 
David and Goliath. — Belshazzar. — Daniel.- 
of King Hexekiah. — Search after happinc 
charity. — Essays.— Moriana. 

V. 7. Coelebs in search after a wife. 

V. 8. Practical piety. 

V. 9. Christian morals. 

V. 10. St. Paul. — Spirit of prayer. 

V. XI. Moral sketches, etc. 

More, Sir Thos. Utopia 

Same 

Same ; with history of Richard IIL 
Morgan, Lady. Dramatic scenes fro 

real life. 1833 

Contents: Manor Sackville. — Eauterrece 



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231 



M. Dramatic character of 

1777 822.3 85 

II. Great poets as religious 

18S6 24190 

Critical miscellanies. 2 v. .824.2 237 

ff.* V. 1. Vauvenargues. — Condorcet. — Joseph 
e, — Carlylc. — Byron. — Some Greek conceptions 
growth. — On the development of morals. — Ap- 

France in the i8th century. — Robespierre.— 
-Death of Mill. — Mill's autobiography.— Mill 
»n. — Popular culture. — Macaulay. 

OUVERNEUR. Writings and life. 923.1 86 

.EWis. Epic of Hades. 1879.821.2498 

1879 821.2 497 

Ufe. 1880 821.2548 

f two worlds. 1882 821.2 665 

insang. 1883 821.2 713 

W. I^efence of Guenevere, etc .821.2 392 
rthlj paradise. 1868. 3 v. ...821.2389 

and fears for art 704 20 

d death of Jason. 1877 821.2 477 

I enough. 1873 822.2 174 

*{ Sigurd. 1879 821.2 503 

. H. Summer haven songs 1886. 821. i 335 
3. A. Who wrote "Rock me to 

i"? 1867 821. 1 Pamp. 3 

WEIX. Poems. 1844 821.2304 

Tales of the Cymry. 1848. . .S21.2 415 
fc. Poems. 1878 821. 1 206 

:. Plays. 1855 822.1 I 

Armand, or the peer and the peasant. — 



Essays. 1878. 2v 824.2264 

Uml* .- V. I. Lord Strafford.— Laud.— Carlyle's 
rcU.— Luther. 

Dr. Arnold. — Blanco White. — Pusey's sermons, 
k of Job. — Mauricc*s theological essays.— Indian 
rsaon. — Argument of design.— Principle of causa- 
•la mcmoriam. — List of writings. 

i ; eJ. by his sister. 1885 826.2 83 

, Miss (Mrs. D. M. Craik). Chil- 

I'spoeiry. 1881 *82i.2 585 

.peaking. 1882 824.2 322 

. i860 821.2408 

i from life. 1867 824.2233 

c- 1S67 824.2 234 

▼ears: poems. 1881 821.2 576 

Dorothy. 18S2 821.2 644 

John A. Kent and John A. 

iber. 1851 822.2 92 

. People I have met. 1883 829.2 B-i 

jhts on Eng. society. 1881. 2 v. 827.2 38 

E. Judgment of Prometheus, etc. 821.2 771 

F. W. H. Essays, classical S24 2 342 

Va/*.- OtttYi oracle*.— Vigil.— Marcus Aurelius. 



I 



I 



Essays, modern. 1883 824.2 343 

Contents : Mazzini.- Geo. Sand. — Victor Hugo. — 
Ernest Renan. — Archbishop Trench's poems.— George 
Eliot.— Dean Stanley. — A new eirenicon.— Rossetti and 
the religion of beauty. 

Poems. 1870 821.2 438 

Renewal of youth, etc. 1882 S21.2 655 

Nadai.. Essays at home, etc. 1882 824.1 175 

Napier, J., am/ others. Afternoim read- 
ings, Dublin 824.2 22a 

Napier, Macvey. Sel. from cor. 1879. 826.2 48 
Nasby, Petroleum V. (I). R. I.rocke). 

Abou Ben Adhem. 1S75 827.1 9 

Ekkoes from Kentucky. 1868 827.I 8 

Hannah Jane. 1882 821. i 264 

Nasby in exile. 1 882 914 148 

" Swingin round the cirkle." 1867 827.I 6 

Same 827.1 7 

Nash. Pierce penniless' supplication. . . . 822.2 77 

Same ; ed. by Collier. 1 842 827.2 I 

Naunton. Fragmenta regalia. 1870.. .. 820.2 34 

Same. 1814 942.3 B-4 

Neele. Literary remains. 1829 824.2 166 

Nettleship. Essays on Browning's poetry. 

1868 821.2 357 

Newell. R. H. (.See Kerr, Orpheus C.) 

New King Arthur. 1885 821.1283 

Newman, Cardinal. Essays. 1871. 2 v. 204 45 

Miscellanies. 1870 204 44 

Verses. 1880 821.2 709 

NiCHOLSO.v. Poetical works. 1876 821.2 581 

Noel. Essays on poetry and poets. 1886.824.2 386 

A little child's monument. 18S1 821.2 592 

North, Christopher. (See Wilson. ^r<7/. J.) 
NoRTHCOTE, H. Stafford. (See Iddes- 
leigh, Earl of .) 

Nothing to do ; by a lady. 1857 827.1 5 

Norton, C. D. Hist, address, 2j5th anni- 
versary Y. M. A., Buffalo. 1861.95.2X Pam. 5 
Norton, Mrs. C. E. Poems. 1857 821.2 280 

Contents: The dream.— The Creole girl.— Twilight. 
— A destiny. — Miscellaneous pieces. — The undying one. 
— Sorrows of Rosalie. — Miscellaneous. 

Norton, T.rtwc/ Sack VII. i,E,T. (j.irboduc. 822.2 78 

NoYES (Charles Quiet). Studies in verse. S21.1 210 

O'Brien. Fitz-James. Poems and stories ; 

ed. by Winter. 1881 821. 1 253 

Contents: Sketch of O^Brien. — Recollections of 
O'Hrien.— Poems. — Stories: The diamond lens. — The 
wondcrsmith. — Tommatoo. — Mother of pearl. — The 
Bohemian. — The lost room. — The pot of tulips. — The 
golden ingot. — My wife's tempter. — What was it? — Duke 
Humphrey's dinner. — Milly Dove. — The dragon fang. 

Observer, The ; ed. by Chalmers. 3 v. . . . 824.2 29 

O'CoNNKLL. Speeches and letters. 1S75. 329.2 66 

O'Connor. Hamlet's note-book. 1 880. .822.3 338 



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O'DowD, Cornelius. (See Lever.) 

O'Flanagan, ed. Deirdr^. 1876 821. i 219 

O'Keefe. Dramatic works. 1798. 4 v. 822.2 136 

Contents: V. x. Ltfe*s vagaries. — Castle of Anda- 
lusia. — The grenadier. — Tony Lumpkin in town. — Poor 
soldier. — Modern antiques. — Sprigs of laurel. 

V. a. Wild oats.— Wicklow mountains. — Fontaine- 
bleau. — Little hunchback. — Basket maker. — Blacksmith 
of Antwerp. — Positive man. 

V. 3. The toy. — Cmr Peter. — London hermit. — Irish 
mimic. — Tantara-rara. — Birthday. — Beggar on horse- 
back. 

V. 4. World in a village.— Highland reel. — Magic 
banner. — The farmer. — Man milliner. — Prisoner at large. 
— Love in a camp. — The Joldnira. 

Oliphant, -^^^-f. A little pilgrim. 1882.. 24945 

Same 249 45}^ 

Oliphant. L. Traits and travesties 824.2 330 

Olive-Branch, Rtv. S. (See Roberts, W.) 

O'Neil. Two thousand years hei#e 827.2 27 

Oran. Poems. 1822 §.« 821.2 46 

O'Reilly, J. B. Songs, legends and bal- 
lads. 1878 821. 1 184 

Statues in the block. 1S81 821. i 255 

O'Reilly, Miles (C. G. Halpine). Life, 

etc. 1866 828.1 37 

Poetical works. 1869.: 821. i loi 

Ormolum, The ; ed. by R. M. White. 2 v. 821. 2 103 

OSBORN. Tragedies. 1869 822.1 9 

CanUnis : Ugo da Este.— Uberto.— The Cid of Seville. 
Tragedies. 1870 822.18 

Contents: The last Maudeville. — The heart's sacri- 
fice. — The monk. — Matilda of Denmark. 

Osgood, F. S. Poems. 1876 821. i 242 

Osgood, S. American leaves. 1867 . 824.1 93 

O'Shaughnessy. Epic of women, etc . .821.2 589 

Lays of France. 1872 821.2 75ft 

Music and moonlight. 1S74 821.2 77S 

Songs of a worker. 1881 821.2 590 

OssoLi, Sarah Margarkt Fuller. Art, 

literature and the drama. i&6<3 S24.1 25 

Life without and within S24.1 23 

Same 824.1 23)2 

Papers on literature and art. 1S46 824.1 24 

OlWAY. Works. 1712. 2v 822.2 119 

Contents : V, t. Alcibiades. — Don Carlos. — Titus and 
Berenice. — Friendship in fashion.— Soldier's fortune. 

V. a. The atlicist. — The orphan, — Caius Murius. — 
Venice preserved. — Poems. — Love letters. 

OVERBURY. Miscellaneous works ; ed. by 

Rimbault. 1S56 820.2 43 

Contents: Life. — Poem of the wife. — Characters. — 
Newes. — Remedy of love. — Observations upon the state 
of the seventeen provinces (Low Countries*;, A. D. 1609. — 
Crumms faKn from King James' table. 

OvEYCRXiKY .and others. Mirror of charac- 
ter. 1869 829.2 2 

Paget, Vioi.kt. (See Lee, Vernon.) 



Paine, Robert Treat. Works in vcru 

and prose. 1812 

Paine, Thos. Political writings. 2 v... 

Palmer. Home 

Parker, Theodore. Correspond'ce. 2 t. 

Critical and miscellaneous writings 

Speeches, etc. 3 v 

Parkinson. Places and people. 1S69.. 

Parnkll. Poems. 1822 

Parr. Works and memoir ; ed. by John- 
stone. 1828. 8v \ 

Contents: V. x. Memoirs ; by Johnstone. 
V. a. Sermons. 

V. 3. Notice of Combe's Horace. — Remarl 
tics. — Letter from Irenopolts. — Warburtoniai 
Letter to Dr. Milner, etc. 

V. 4. Char.icter of Chas. James Fox. — Nol 
history. — Inscriptions. 
V. 5-6. Sermons. 
V. 7-8. Correspondence. 

Parton, J as. Topics of the time. 1871. 
Par TON, Afrs. J. (Sec Fern, Fanny.) 
Patmore. The angel in the house. 2 v.t 

Contents: V. x. The betrothal. 

V. a. The espousals. 

Faithful forever. 1861 1 

The unknown eros. 1878 i 

Paulding. The backwoodsman. 1818.S 

Book of vagaries 

The Bulls and the Jonathans. 1S67 

Three wise men of Gotham. 1S39 

Paulding and Irving. American com- 
edies. 1S47 

Contents: The Bucktails. — The noble ex 
men all. — Antipathies. 

(See, also, under Irving, W.) 

Paul, John (C. H. Webb). John Paul's 

book. 1S74 

Sea- weed and what we seed. 1S76 .... 

Payn. Jas. Some private views. 18S1. .« 

Payne, John. Intaglios ; sonnets. 1871. 5 

Lautric. 1SS4 S 

Ma.sque of shadows, etc. 1884 J 

New poems. 1 884 S 

Songs of life and death. 1872 i 

Payne, J. Howard. Brutus ; adapted by 
Booth , 

Pkabody. Literary remains. 1850 

PiCAK. Struggle for existence, etc. 1872. 

Pkf.le. Dramatic and poetical works ; ed. 

by Dyce. iS6i ; 

Contents : Life, etc.— Arraignment of Paris 
I— Warning-piece to Engl.ind.— Battle of Ale 
wives' ta'c.— David and Beihsabe.— SirClyoff 
Cl.imydes.— T.ilc of Troy. — .Speeches to El 
Theobald's. 

Pendragon, Anser./j«/c/. (Seclreland, 



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233 



Samuel. 
•• 1S71. 

iV EN DELL. 



Puck on Pegasus. 1874 S21.2 436 

Poems. 1822 821.2 46 

Harp of if^olus. 1856 821.2 417 

Poems and Swedish trans 98. 5 16 

My portfolio. 1882 204 92 

etc. 1 886 204 98 

S. Song of the silent world, 

IBs 821. 1 318 

MBROSE. Poems. 1822 821235 

>HN. Poems. 1822 821.243 

Charles. Select speeches .... 329.2 22 
Essays from " The 

2 V 824.2 338 

The lost arts . . .609 Pam. I 

>lar in the republic 324 Pam. 16 

., lectures and letters. 1S64 326 40 

John (G. H. Derby). Phcenix- 

1863 828.1 15 

papers. 1865 828.1 1 1 

J. Pencilled fly-leaves. 1880.. 824.1 154 

f house and home. 1879 . .. .821.1 223 

rks and other poems. 1872. . .821.1 162 

.windows. 1877 821. i 160 

1869 821. 1 161 

ri. S. M. B. In primrose time. 821. i 339 

& garland. 1885 S21.1 324 

in's poems. 1871 821. i 163 

w world and other poems. 1S77. S21.1 165 

to the fortunate isles. 1874 .. .821.1 164 

fr. an/i Mrs. Children out-of- 

.. 1885 821. 1 323 

irman's creed S20.2 315 

£d. by Wright 821.2 108 

3f. (See I^ingland.) 

Peter. (See Wolcot. J.) 

. 5>electa poemata. 1727 821.2 165 

pecches. 1806. 4 v 329.2 14 

. Extravaganzas. 1871. 5 v. 822.2 213 
mis: V.I. Success. — Olympic revels. — Olympic 
—The Paphian bower. — High, low, jack and the 
-Deep, deep sea.— Telemachui. — Riquet with the 
Puss in boots. 

Drama*s lev^. — Blue Beard. — Sleeping beauty. 
•Xj and the beast. — The white cat. — Fortunio. — 
ir one with the golden locks. — The drama at home. 
iosa and Percinet. 

Golden fleece.— The bee and the orange tree — 
birda" of Aristophanes. — Invisible prince.— The 
lael. — The golden branch.— Theseus and Ariadne. 
; of the peacocks. — Seven champions. 

Island of jewels. — Cymon and Iphigenia.— King 

ag. — Queen of the frogs. — Prince of happy land. 

good woman in the wood. — Mr. Buckstone^s 

of Parnassus. — Camp at the Olympic. — Once upon 

then were two kings. 

Mr. Buckstone*s voyage. — The yellow dwarf. — 

iaymarkec— Spring meeting. — Discreet princess. — 

wmA lundsonM.— Love and fortune. — Orpheus In 



the Ilayraarket.— King Chriitmas.— List of PlanchA*s 
dramatic productions. 

PLOW.MAN, PiKRS. (See Piers Plowman.) 

Plunkett. Speeches, 1865 329.2 34 

PoK. Poems 821.1 20 

Works. 1866. 4 V 820.1 20 

Same. 1876. 4 V 820.1 l6 

Contents: V. i. Memoir. — Tales. 
V. a. Poems. — Essays. — Tales. 
V. 3. The literati. 
V. 4. Tales. — Miscellanies. 

Poetry of the anti-Jacobin. 1799 821.2 531 

Politics and life in Mars. 1S83 827.2 44 

PoLLOK. The course of time. 1869. . . .821.2 300 

Same. 182S 821.2 301 

PoMEROY. " Brick." Nonsense. 1868 . . 828.1 43 

Sense. 1868 824.1 129 

PooLK. Comic §ketch-book. 1859 828.2 33 

Pope. Essays in " The Guardian." 3 v. . 824.2 10 

Essay on man. * 1777 821.2 607 

Same ; with commentary by Warbur- 

ton 230 200 

Same ; with other poems 821.2 624 

Letters to Atterbury 942 137 

Martinus Scriblerus. 1741 827.2 31 

Poems. 1822. 3v 821.2603 

Poetical works. 1S66 821.2 606 

Works; ed. by Warburton. 1809 6 v. .821.2 597 

Same ; ed. by Croker, El win, Cour- 

thorpe, 1871-1S86. 10 v 821.2 608 

Contents: V. x. Introduction, etc. — Recommend*^ 
tory poems. — Translations. — January and May, from 
Chaucer.— Wife of Bath, from Chaucer.— Temple of 
fame. — Pastorals.— Messiah. — Windsor forest. 

V. a. Essay on criticism. — Warburton's notes, etc.— 
Rape of the lock. — First edition of same. — Elegy to the 
memory of an unfortunate lady. — Eloisa to Abelard.— 
Essay on man. — The universal prayer. — Warburton's 
notes, etc. 

V. 3. Moral essays and satires ; with int. and notes. 

V. 4. The Dunciad ; with int., notes, etc. — Epitaphs, 
odes, imitations, epigrams, etc. 

V. 5. Prose writings. 

V. 6-to. Correspondence. 

Porter, E. T. Pelayo ; an epic. 1864.. 821. i 36 

Porter, H. Two angry women 821.2 448 

Porter, J. K. Address, Union College. 

1879 825.1 Pam. 5 

PORTEUs. Poems. 1822 821.2 39 

Potter. Lecture. Troy Y. M. A. 1837. 40 27 
Praed. Poems. 1S65. 2 v 821.2 316 

Contents: V. i. Memnir; by D.Coleridge. — Tales. 
— Poems of love and fancy. — Miscellaneous. 

V. 2. Poems of life and manners. — Poems of early 
youth.— Prize poems, etc. — Songs, charades and enigmas. 

Prentice. Prenticcana. i860 828.1 5 

Prescott. Biography and critical mis- 
cellanies. 1845 824.1 13 



234 



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Preston. Old song and new. 1870 821. i 192 

PRIMR. S. I. Under the trees. 1874 824.1 125 

Prime. W. C. Later years. 1863 829.1 9 

Prior. Miscellaneous works. 1740. 2 v. 821.2 177 

C'ntgnts: V. i. History of his own time. 
V. a. Poems. 

Poems. 1822 821.2 28 

Proctor, Adeijiide. Poems. 1870 .. .821.2 435 

C0HtfiUs: Legends and lyrics, ist and ad series. — 
Chaplet of verses. 

Proctor, B. W. (Barry Cornwall). Dram- 
atic scenes, etc. 1857 821.2 320 

English songs. 1844 821.2322 

. Marcian Colonna, etc. 1820 821.2 321 

Proctor, E. D. Poems. 1867 82 1. 1 344 

Prout, Fathtr (Mahoney, F.). Final re- 

liques. 1876 829.2 32 

Reliques. 1873 829.2 33 

Puckle. The club. 1834 829.2 35 

PUNSHON, \Vm. Sabbath chimes. 1868.821.2437 
Purnell. Literature and its professors.. 824 .2 117 
Putnam. James O. Addresses, etc. 1880. 98 i 
Address. Buffalo General Hospital. . .94.2 Pam. i 
Address, Buffialo State Asylum for In- 
sane. 1S72 94.1 Pam. I 

Address, Central Presb. Church 96.1 Pam. 13 

Address on the Irish question. 1886.98 3 Pam. i 

Oration, Lock port, July 4, 1856 98.3 Pam. 2 

Oration, Paris, Feb. 22, 1866 98.3 Pam 41 

Speech on church property bill. 1855. 9S.3 Pnm. 20 

Putnam, Mrs, M. L. Tragedy of errors. 822.1 3 
Tragedy of success. 1S62 822.1 2 

Quad. M. (C. B. Lewis). Brother Gard- 
ner's lime-kiln club. 18S2 828.1 9 

Quad's odds. 1875 828.1 57 

Same 82S.1 57}^ 

Quarles. Divine fancies. 16S7 821.2 220 

Divine poems. 1630 821.2 219 

Emblems. 1866 821.2 167 

Enchiridion. 1S56 S29.2 3 

Quiet, Chas. (See Noyes, C. II.) 

Quiz. Sketches of young couples 828.2 42 

Rabelais, the younger. Abcillard and 

Heloisa. 18 19 827.2 19 

Rambler, The ; ed. by Chalmers. 3 v 824.2 13 

Essays illustrative of; by Drake. 2 v.. . 824.2 50 

Ramsay, A. Poems. 1877. 2v 821.2 517 

Contents: V. i. Life. — Remarks oii writings. — Verses 
to the author. — Seriouh poems. — Elegiac, comic, satiric, 
etc. 

V. a. Pastoral poems ((jciiiIc shepherd and others). — 
Lyric poems. — RpistuUry.— Fables and tales, etc. 

Ramsay, £. B. Remini.scences, Scottish 

life. 1861 82S.2 12 

Randolph, J. Letters. 1834 826.1 3 



I 



I 



RAY.MOND. Poetrj' as a representative art. s 

Read. T. B. The onward age ; poem 

Poems, i860. 2v 82 

Same. 1866. 3 V 82 

Contents : V, x. Lyric poems. — Sylvia. — Misi 
ous. — Airs from .Alpland. 

V. 9. The new pastoral. — The house by th* 
Miscellaneous. 

V. 3. The wagoner of the AUeghanies. — War 
— A summer story. — Poems in Italy.^Miscellane 

Wagoner of the AUeghanies. 1S62 t'. 

Reade, Chas. Readiana. 1883 82. 

Redden (Howard Glyndon). Sounds from 

secret chambers. 1S73 S2 

Rice. Nature and culture. 1875 S2. 

Rich. Honestie of this age 82 

RlDKiNG. Stray moments with Thackeray. 3 

RiPLKY, M. A. Poems.. 1S67 - 

RiTSON. Letters. 1833 S 

Roach. Theon. i3Si 82 

RoBKRrs. \V. (Rev. S. Olive-Branch). The 

Looker-on. 1S56. 3 v S 

RoDEK rso.N. Lect's and addresses. 1S6S. 
Robinson, A. M. F. New Arcadia, etc. .82 
Robinson, Phil. In my Indian garden. .82 

The poet's birds. 18S3 

The poet's beasts. 1885 

Under the Punkah. 18S1 52 

RocEKS. Poelical works 82 

CcHtents : Life: hy Sharpe. — Pleasures of 
— Epihtle to a friend — Voyage of Columbus - 
line. — Human life. — OHe to superstition. — MisC' 
poems. — Italy. 

Recollections of table talk. 1856 g 

Rollins. Mrs. E. H. (See Arr. E. H.) 

RoUo's journey to Cambridge. 18S0 3: 

Roosevelt. Progres.sive petticoats. i!>74. 5 

Roscommon, Karl 0/ (\y\\\on). Poems S 

KosLV.N. George Eliot in Derbyshire 

RossETTi, C. G. A pageant, etc. iSSi.8i 

Poems. 1S76 S: 

RossETTi, D. G. Hallads and sonnets. . .Si 

Poems. 1870 S: 

Rowlands. The four knaves S: 

RoWLKV. A search for moncv S: 

UusKiN. Arrows of the chase (letters pub- 
lished chiefly in the newspapers. 1S40 
-1S80). 18S0. 2v ;- 

Bibliog. of; by Shepherd. 1834-1S7S. . 

Crown of wihl olives 

Ethics of the dust. 1S66 

Fors clavigera. 1S77. 7 v 

Letters and advice lo young girls 

Love's meinie. 1S73 

Pleasures of England 

Poems. 1882 s 



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235 



the air 292 9 

I. 1879. V. 1 583 II 

jy-comb ; Sidney's Psalter 245 18 

dlilies 374 8 

id of the 19th cent'y 1884. 551. i B-15 

tide 374 8 

and beautiful : sel. from ; by 

1865 7^1 i^ 

Dame Wiggins of Lee 821 2 775 

.P. Characteristics. 1884. .824.1 192 

otes. 1875 8241 119 

Hi/j^K. Letters. 1854 826.22 

Hos. Poems. 1822 821.246 

Poems. 1881 . 821. 1 275 

AVr. S. V. Address, death of 
1885 98.1 Pam. 14 

Induction to the mirror of 

ates 821.2 146 

1859 822.2 94 

Ferrex and Porrex.— The induction.— Henry 

nd his seven wives. 1872. .. .821.1 185 

ch pictures. 1884 824.2 356 

esun. 1872 824.2 277 

otters. 17S4 826.2 U) 

ritings. prose and verse, with 

r. 1834. 2v 820.1 14 

^oetical works. 1872 821.2 172 

fs: Introduction. — Par.nphraMs upon Job, 
f David, EcclesiastCH, Sung of Solomon, L«m- 
itf Jeremiah, and songs out of New and Old 
eo opt. max. — Christ's Passion. 

The St. I^wrcnce. etc. 1856.821.2 418 
iPES. Songs of the sea. etc. . . 821.1 21 

a tragedy. 1839 (copy pre- 

to Serjeant Talfourd) 822.1 24 

lan wlio dared. 1870 821. i 22 

Mrs. J. T., ei/. Sketches and 
icences of the Radical Club. . .S24.1 158 

Past hours. 1880. 2 v 824.2 2S5 

Mosaics. 1859 824.1 40 

papers. 1885 824.1 213 

solitary and social. 1872 824.1 39 

r the .social. 1856 824.1 38 

the solitary 824.1 37 

Brief remarker. 1821 824.1 5 

'..J. The modern sphinx 824.1 188 

. Poems. 1822 S21.2 31 

bles and legends in rhyme 819 22 

liay rhymes. 1875 821. 1 180 

ing, etc. i860 82S.1 16 

1883 821. 1 61 

UN. Poem.s. 1822 821.245 

- Walter. Critical and miscel- 

is essays. 1841. 3 V 824.2 109 



Dramas from Waverly novels. 1835. . .822.2 154 
CoMtentt: Rob Roy.— Heart of Mid-Lothian.— Kenil- 
worth. — The antiquary. — Fortunes of Nigel.— Peveril of 
the Peak.— Ivanhoe. 

Essays on chivalry, etc Q40.1 19 

Lady of the lake 821.2 264 

Same 821.2 265 

Lay of the last minstrel ; ed, by Minto. 821.2 787 
Lay of the last minstrel. — Marmion. — 

Lady of the lake. 1883 821.2 249 

Marmion ; ed. by Rolfe. 1885 821.2 751 

Poetical works. 1865. 6v 821.2258 

Conttnts: V. i. Lay of the last minstrel.— Ballads. 
— Songs, etc. 
V. a. Marmion! — Occasional pieces. 
V. 3. Lady of the lake.— Vision of Don Roderick. 
V. 4. Rokeby. — Bridal of Thiermain. 
V. 5. Lord of the Isles.— Field of Waterloo.— Songt, 
etc. 
V. 6. Harold the dauntless. — Dramatic pieces. 

Scott, Sir W. ed. Minstrelsy of the Scot- 
tish border. 3 v 821.2 XOO 

Scot, W. Selecta poemata. 1727 821.2 165 

SCRIRLERUS. Martinus. (See Pope.) 
Sea LEY, C. (Cecy). Echoes from the gar- 
ret. 1861 98.55 

Selden. Table-talk, i860 829.2 13 

Same. 1831 811 I 

Same. 1868 820.2 27 

Seeley. Roman imperialism, etc. 187 1.824.2 336 
Contents: Roman imperialism. — Milton *• political 
opinions. — MiIton*& poetry. — Elementary principles in 
art. — Liberal education in univenities. — English in 
schools. — The church as a teacher of morality. — ^The 
teaching of politics. 

Sergeant. Select speeches. 1832 329.1 75 

Seward. Works. 1883. 5 v 329.1 76 

Shaftesbury, Third Earl of . Character- 
istics. 1757. 3v 824.254 

Essays on same ; by Brown. 1751 824.2 377 

Shairp. Aspects of poetry. 1881 8ix 62 

Culture and religion 207 X 

Poetic interpretation of nature. 1878.. 811 31 
Studies in poetry and philosophy. 1872.824.2 2II 
Contents : Wordsworth. — Coleridge. — Keble. — The 
moral motive power. 

SHAKESPEARE. 

Collected Editions of Works. 

Shakespeare. As put forth in 1623 ; a 

reprint (L. Booth). 1864. i v 822.3 '3 

Contents: Comedies: The tempest. — Two gentle- 
men of Verona. — Merry wives of Windsor. — Measure fdr 
measure. — Comedy uf errours. — Much adoo about noth- 
ing. — Loue's labour lost.— Midsommer night's dreamc.— 
Merchant of Venice. — As you like ic— Taming of the 
shrew. — All is well that ends well.— Twelve-night. — 
Winter's tale. Histories: Life and death of King John. 
—Life and death of Richard IL— First part of King 



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Henry IV.— Second part of King Henry IV.— Life of 
King Henry V.— First part of King Henry VI.— Second 
part of King Henry VI.— Third part of King Henry VI. 
—Life and death of Richard III.— Life of King Henry 
VIII. Tragedies : Coriolanus. — Titus Andronicus. — 
Romeo and Juliet. — Timon of Athens. — Life and death 
of Julius Cssar.— Macbeth.— Hamlet.— Lear.— Othello. 
Anthony and Cleopatra.— Cymbeline. 

Booth's acting plays. 1871 822.3 3^ 

Canttntt: Richard III.— Nfacheth. — Merchant of 
Venice.— Romeo and Juliet.— Oihello (with Fool's re- 
venge. — Brutus. — Lady of Lyons). 

Doubtful plays. 1869 822.3 34 

Contents: Edward III. — Thomas, Lord Cromwell. — 
Locrine. — Yorkshire tragedy. — London prodigal. — Birth 
of Merlin. 

Dramatic works (Boston ed., 1841). with 
notes original and selected. 7 v . . . .^822. 3 14 
Same 822.3 20 

Contents: V. i. Life of Shakespeare.— New facts 
regarding life of Shakespeare ; by Collier. — Shakes- 
peare's will, etc. — The tempest. — Two gentlemen of 
Varona. — Merry wives of Windsor. — Twelfth night. — 
Measure for measure. — Much ado about nothing. 

V. a. Midsummer night's dream. — Love's labor lost. 
— Merchant of Venice.— As you like it. — All's well that 
ends well. —Taming of the shrew. 

V. 3. Winter's tale. — Comedy of errors. — Macbeth.— 
King John. — Richard II. — Henry IV., part i. 

V. 4. Henry IV., part a.— Henry V.— Henry VI., 
parts z, 9 and 3. 

V. 5. Richard III.— Henry VIII.— Troilus and Cres- 
sida. — Timon. — Coriolanus. 

V. 6. Julius Cscsar. — Anthony and Cleopatra. — Cym- 
beline. — Titus Andronicus. — Pericles. 

V. 7. Lear. — Romeo and Juliet. — Hamlet. — Othello. 

Dramatische wcrke ; tlbersetzt von A. \V. 

Schlegel und L. Tieck. 12 v. in 6.. .822.2 332 
Contents: V. 1-2. KUnig Johann. — Richard II. — 

Heinrich IV. — Heinrich V. — Heinrich VI., erster theil. 
V. 3-4. Heinrich VI., zweiter und dritter theil. — 

Richard III. — Heinrich VIII. — Romeo und Julia.— Ein 

sommcrnacht.^traum. 
V. 5-6. Julius Cii<ar. — Was ihr wollt. — Dur Sturm. — 

Hamlet. — Der kaufmann von Venedig. — Wie es euch 

geflUlt. 
V. 7-8. Dcr widerspenstigen zahmung. — Viel IKrmen 

um nichts. — Die comUdie der irrungen. — Die beiden 

Veroneser. — Cori<ilanus. — Liebes leid und lust. 
V. 9-X0. Die lustigen weiber von Windsor. — Titus 

Andronicus. — D.i.s winterniUhrchen. — Antoninus und 

Cleopatra. — Maass fUr maass. — Timon von A then. 
V. 11-12. Lear. — Troilus und Cressida. — Ende gut, 

alles gut. — Othellu. — Cymbeline. — Macbeth. 
Fac-siuiile.s of the first and second quar- 
tos, in pliolt>lithoj;rapliy, by Griggs and 

Praetorius. 1880-16S6. 26 v 822.3 2ig 

X. Hamlet. First qunrtu, 1603 ; ed. by Fumivall. 
a. Second quarto. i(>04 ; ed. by same. 

3. Midsummer night's dream. First qr., 1600; ed. by 
Ebsworth. 

4. Second quarto, 1600; ed. by same. 

5. Love's labors lost. First qr.; cd. by Fumivall. 

6. Merry wives of Windsor. First qr. ; ed. by Daniel. 



7. Merchant of Venice. First qr. ; cd. by Fit 

8. Henry IV., part i. First qr., 1598; ed. by 

9. Part 3t quarto of x6oo; ed. by same. 

xo. Passionate pilgrim. Firit qr., 1599; cd. by I 

XX. Richard III. First qr., 1597; ed. fcry Danii 

xa. Venus and Adonis. First qr., 1593; ed. by ! 

ax. Pericles. First qr., X609 ; ed. by Round. 

33. The whole contention, part x. Third qr. ti 
by Furnivall. 

34. Part a. Third qr., 16x9. 

35. Romeo and Juliet. First qr., X597; ed. by 

36. Second qr., 1599; ed. by Evans. 

37. Henry V. First qr., 1600: ed. by Symons. 

38. Third qr., x6o8; ed. by same. 

39. Titus Andronicus. First qr., x6oo; ed. by 

30. Sonnets. First qr., X609 ; ed. by Tyler. 

31. Othello. First quarto, X633 ; cd. by Eraiu 
3a. Second qr., X630; ed. by Evans. 

33. Lear. First qr., x6o8 ; ed. by Daniel. 

34. Second quarto, 1608 ; ed. by same. 

35. Lucrece. First qr., 1594 ; ed. by Furnival 

New variorum edition ; ed. by Furness. 

1871. V. 1-6 .32 

Contents: V. x. Romeo and Juliet. 

V. 3. Macbeth. 

V. 3>4. Hamlet. 3 v. 

V. 5. Lear. 

V. 6. Othello. 

CEuvrcs completes ; trad, par B. Laroche. 

1S54. 6 V 82 

Contents; V. x. Notice sur Shakespeare. — 
pSte. — Les deux gentilshommesde Verone. — Les 
comm6rcs de Windsor. — La douzieme nuit; 01 
vous voudrez. — Mesure pour mesure. — Othellc 
Maure de Venise. — Tout est bien qui iinit bien. 

V. 3. La m^hante mise JL la raison. — Ms 
Hamlet, Prince de Dancmark.— Conted' hiver.— 
chand dc Venise. 

V. 3. Beau coup de bruit pour rien. — Les m^ 
Peines d' amour perdues. — Cymbdline. — Ron^eo 
ette. — Troile et Cressida. 

V. 4. Le Roi Lear. — Pericles, Prince de Tyr.- 
il vous plaira. — Coriolan. — Jules C^sar. — Ar 
Cldopfttre. 

V. 5. Songe d'une nuit d' <td. — Timon d' A) 
Le Roi Jean.— Richard II.— Henri IV. 

V.6. HenriV.— Henri VI. —Richard 1 1 1. —He 
Pictorial ed. of works ; ed. by Knight. 

1867. 8v 82 

Contents: V. x. Life of Shakespeare. 

V. 3. Tragedies: Komeo and Juliet. — Hamle 
beline. — Othello. — Timon. — I^ar. 

V. 3. Trageilies: Macbeth. — Troilus and Cr 
Coriolanus. — Julius Caesar. — Antony and Cle 
Supplementary notice to the three Roman plays. 
Venus and Adonis. — Lucrece. — Sonnets. — Lov« 
plaint. — Passionate pilgtim. — Verses, Chestei 
martyr. — Notice. 

V. 4. Comedies : Two gentlemen of Verona 
labours lost. — Merry wives of Windsor. — Cc 
errors. — Taming of the shrew. — Midsumme: 
dream. — Merchant of Venice. 

V. 5. Comedies: All's well that ends wel 
ado about nothing.- Twelfth night.— As you 
Measure for measure.— Winter's tale.— The tem 



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237 



Hutories: King John. — Richard II. — Henry 
jta X, a.— Henry V. 

Hittoria: Henry VI., parti i, a, 3. — Richard 
lenry VIII. — Estay on llenr)' V'l. and Richard 

Doubtful plays: Titus Andronicns. — Pericles. 
Doblc kinsmen. Plays ascribed to Shakespeare : 
'. — Sir J. Oldcastlef part i. — Thos. Lord Crom- 
!>ondon prodigal. — Puritan. — Yorkshire tragedy. 
1 of Feversham. — Edward III. — George-a-Greene. 
Sm. — Mucedorus. — Birth of Merlin. — Merry devil 
lonton. Appendix: Dedication, etc., eds. of 
d 1639. — History of opinion on the writings of 
yemn. — Shakespeare in Germany. — Shakespeare 
ce. — Indexes, 
r schools, families, etc. ; by Hud- 

1872. 2v *822.3 32 

mts: V. z. Life of Shakespeare, etc. — As you 
— Merchant of Venice. — Twelfth night. — Henry 
-t» i-a,— Julius Caesar. — Hamlet. 

The tempest.— Winter's tale.— Henry V.— Rich- 
. — King Lear. — Macbeth. — Antony and Cleo- 

l plays, abridged for the yoiinij. •822.3 191 

jv/x.* Merchant of Venice.— Romeo and Juliet. 

jmmer night's dream. — Much ado about nothing. 

rih night. — As you like it. — Hamlet. — Macbeth. 

lempest. 

<n of plays as read by Chas. Kem- 

1870. 3 y 822.3 28 

'«//.' V. 1. Cymbeline. — Hamlet. — As you like 
rcbant of Venice. — Much ado about nothing. — 
D«Bsar. 

King John.— Romeo and Juliet. — Othello. — 
IV.. parts I and a. 

Henry V. — Macbeth. — Coriolanus. — Richard 
lenry VIII. 

; <'^. by Mrs. Clarke. 1S64. 2 V.S22.3 l^-i 
emtj: V. x. Preface. — ChronoluR. la'ile. — Will, 
rlowary. — The temi>est. — Two gentlemen of Ver- 
klerry wives of Windsor. — Measure for measure. — 
Y of errors. — Much ado about nothing. — Love*s 
I lost. — Midsummer night's dream. — Merchant of 
. — As you like it. — Taming of the shrew. — All's 
lat ends well. — Twelfth nijjht.— Winter's tale. — 
ohn. — Richard II. — Henry IV., p.»rts i, 2. — Henry 
enry VI, pan x. 

Henry VI., parts 3. 3. — Kichard III.— Henry 
-Troilus and Cressida. — Coriolanus. — Titus An- 
js.— Romeo and Juliet. — Timon of Athens. — Ju- 
5»ar. — Macbeth. — Hamlet. — Lear. — Othello. — An- 
id Cleopatra. — Cymbeline. — Pericles. — Venus and 
I. — Lucrece. — Sonnets. — Lover's complaint. — Pas- 
■ pilgrim. — Phoenix and turtle. 
, Harvard ed ; ed. i>y Hudson. 

. 20 V 822.3 i^i^ 

tnti: V. X. Life of Shakespeare. — Comedy of 
—Two gentlemen of Verona. 

Love** 1-ibor lo^:. — Taming of the shrew. 

Midsummer night's dream. —.Merchant of Ven- 

All's well that ends well.— Much a Jo about 

t- 

As you like it. — What you will. 

Merry wives of Windsor.— Measure for measure. 

* For youug 



V. 7. The tempest. — The winter's tale. 

V. 8-9. Henry VI., parts x, a, 3. — Richard III. 

V. xo. King J«il»n.— Richard II. 

V. IX. Henry IV., parts x. a. 

V. la. Henry V.— Henn' VIII. 

V. 13. Titus Andronicus. — Romeo and Juliet. 

V. 14. Julius Caesar. — Hamlet. 

V. 15. T^ar. — Timon. 

V. x6. Antony and Cleopatra. — Troilus and Cressida. 

V. 17. Marbeih.— Othello. 

V. 18. Cymbeline.— Coriolanus. 

V. 19. Pericles.— Two noble kinsmen. — Venus and 
Adonis. 

V. ao. Lucrece. — Sonnets. —Lover's complaint.— Pas- 
sionate pilgrim. — Index. 
Works; /«/. by Staunton. 1866. 3 v. .822.3 ^"4 

CcHten/s : V. x. Preface.— Life of Shakespeare.— 
Two gentlemen of Verona. — Love's labours lost. — Com- 
edy of errors. — Romeo and Juliet. — Taming of the shrew. 
— King John. — Midxiimmcr night's dream. — Merchant of 
Venice. — Richard II. — Henry IV., parts x, a. — Merry 
wives of Windsor. — Much ado about nothing. 

V. 2. All's well that ends well. — Henry V. — As you 
like. — Pericles. — Twelfth night. — Henry VI, parts 1, a, 3. 
— I'imon. --Richard III. — Measure for measure. — Henry 
VI 11. — Cymbeline. 

V. 3. The tempest. — Lear. — Coriolanus. — Winter's 

tale.— Troilus and Cressida. — Hamlet. — Julius C«sar.— 

Macbeth. — Antony and Cleopatra.— Titus Andronicus.— 

Othello. — Poems. — Glossarial index. 

Works ; fd. by R. (1. White. I2 v 822.3 "3 

Contents: V. x. Memoirs of Shakespeare, etc.— 
Historical sketch of the text of Shakespeare. — Poems. 

V. a. The tempest. — Two gentlemen of Verona.— 
Merry wives of Windsor. 

V. 3. Measure for measure. — The comedy of errors.- 
Much ado about nothing. — Love's labors lost. 

V. 4. Midsummer night's dream. — Merchant of Ven- 
ice —As you like it. — Taming of the shrew. 

V. 5. All's well that ends well. — Twelfth night, or 
What you will. — I he winter's tale. 

V. 6. King John. — Richard Tl. — Henry IV., pts. x, a. 

V. 7. Henry V.— Henry VL, pts. x, a. — Essay on tho 
authorship of Henry VI. 

V. 8. Henry VL, pi. 3.-Richard III.— Henry VIII. 

V. 9. Troilus and Cressida. — Coriolanus. — Titus An- 
dronicus. 

V. ii-). Romeo and Juliet. — Timon of Athens.— Julius 
C.'csar. — Macbeth. 

V. XI. Hamlet. — Lear. — Othello. 

V. 12. Antony and Cleopatra. — Cymbeline. — Pericles. 
Appendix.— Index. 



Separated Plays. 
TV.r/, 6>i//V/j///, etc. 
Shakespeare. Ail's well that ends well 

ed. by Rolfe. iSSi 

Antony and Cleopatra ; ed. by Rolfe. . . 
As you like it ; ed. by Rolfe. 1S77. . . . 
Same; ed. by Aldis Wrij»ht. 1SS4. . . 
Comedy of errors; ed. by Rolfe. 1S81. 
Coriolanus ; ed. by W. .\ldis Wright. . . 

Cymbeline ; ed. by Ingleby. 1SS6 

.*^ame ; <d. by Rolfe. 1881 

readers. 



822.3 186 
822.3 198 
S22.3 106 
82 2. 3 306 
822.3 193 
S22.3 302 
S22.3 339 
822.3 192 



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ENGLISH POETRY, ESSAYS, ORATQRY, ETC.: SHAKESPEARE. 



Hamlet. 1603-1604 ; exact reprints of 

i:tt and 2d eds. i860 822.3 131 

Same ; ed. by Sprague. 1885 822.3 3^2 

Same ; Humlet of Saxo (Irammaticus 

and of Shakespeare.; by Latham. .822.3 '^^ 
Same; mystery of; by Vining. i8di. 98.5 15 
Same ; some famous Hamlets ; by 

Mrereton. 1884 822.3 95 

Same; study with the folio of 1623; 

by .Macdonald. 1885 822.3 258 

Same ; study of; by Tedder 822.3 Pam. 14 

Same; where Hamlet came from; by 

Dc Falbe 822.3 Pan™. 15 

Same ; Hamlet's note-book ; by O'Con- 
nor 822.3 338 

Henry IV., from a contemporary MS.; 

ed. by Halliwell (S. Soc, 1845) 822.3 37 

Same, pt. i ; ed. by Rolfe. 1880 822.3 158 

Same, pt. 2 ; ed. by Rolfe. 1880 822.3 159 

Same; dramatic character of Falsiaff; 

by Morgann. 1777 822.3 85 

Same ; Falstaff, by J. H. Hackett 40 27 

Same; historical element in Falstaff; 

by Gardner 942 222 

Henry V.; ed. by Rolfe. 1878 822.3 108 

Same ; ed. by Aldis Wright. 1S83.. .822.3 301 
Same ; parallel text.s, ist qr., 1600, and 

I St fol., 1623 ; ed. by Nicholson. 

(New S. Soc., 1877.) 822.3 B-24 

Same; reprint of qr. i, 1600. (New 

S. Soc, 1875.) 822.3 B-22 

Same ; reprint from 1st folio, 1623. 

(New S. Soc., 1875.) 822.3 B-23 

Henr)' VI., pt. i \<d. by Rolfe. 1882.822.3 206 
Same, part 2 ; ed. by Rolfe. 1882. . .822.3 207 
Same ; pt. 3 ; ed. by Rolfe. 18S2 . . .S22.3 208 
Same ; first sketches of; parts 2 and 3 ; 

cd by Halliwell. (S. Soc, 1843.). . 822 3 39 

Henry VI H.; ed. by Rolfe. 1877 822.3 '05 

Julius C;v.<ar ; ed. by Keeching. 18S6..822.3 340 

Same ; ed. by Wright. 18S5 822.3 298 

Same ; a i)hilological commentary on ; 

by Craik. 1867 822.3 92 

King John ; ed. by Rolfe. 1880 822.3 I5^> 

Same ; ed. by Wright. iSvS6 822.3 3i i 

Lear ; ed. by Rolfe. 1880 .S22.3 165 

Same ; ed. by Wright. 188 1 822.3 303 

Love's labors lost ; ed. by Rolfe. 1882.822.3 200 

Macbeth, adapted by D'.-Vvenant 822.2 232 

Same ; ed. by Rolfe. 1877 822.3 35 

Same . ed. by Wright. 1883 822,3 3^4 

Same ; cvsay on ; by Kemblc. 1 8 17. 822. 3 133 
Same; German version, by Schiller.. . 830 B-q 
Same; reconsidered ; by Kcmble.822 3 Pani. i 



Measure for measure ; ed. by Rolfe S22.3 

Much ado about nothing ; ed. by Rolfe. 822.3 
Merchant of Venice ; ed. by Rolfe. 1871. 822. 
Same ; ed. by W. Aldis Wright. 1884.823.3 
Same ; version in French, by A. De 

Vigny 84 

Merrj' wives of Windsor; ed. by Stan- 
ford and Wheatley. 18S6 822.3 

Same ; first sketch of; ed. by Halliwell. 

(S. Soc. 1842) S22. 

Midsummer night's dream ; ed. by Rolfe . S22.3 

Same ; ed. by Wright. 1883 822.3 

Same; illustrations of the fairy my- 
thology ; ed. by Halliwell. (S. Soc, 

1845.) 822 

Same ; Oberon's vision, and Lylie's 
Endymion ; by Halpin. (S. Soc. 

1843.) 822 

Same ; Puck and his folk-lore ; by 

Bell. 1852 822.2 

Othello ; ed. by Rolfe. 1879 % 822.3 

Same ; version in French, by A. De 

Vigny 8^ 

Pericles ; ed. by Rolfe. 1883 822.3 

Richard II.; ed. by Wrigh't. 18S4 822.3 

Richard III.; ed. by Wright. 1882 S22.1 

Same ; essay on ; by Kemble. 18 17. .822.1 
Same ; ghost of; a poem, 16 14 ; ^^. by 

Collier. (S. Soc, 1844.) 822 

Same ; true tragedy of Richard HI. ; 

also Legge's Richardus Tertius. (S. 

Soc. 1844.) 822 

Romeo and Juliet ; ed. by Rolfe. 1S79. 822.3 
Same ; new travesty on. 1877. . . .828.1 Pj 
Same; parallel texts, 1597, 1599; ^^• 

by Daniel. (New S. Soc, 1874.).. 822.3 
Same; reprint of qr. I, 1597: ed. by 

Daniel. (New S. Soc. 1874.) S22.3 

Same; reprint of qr. 2, 1599 ; ed. by 

Daniel. (New S. Soc. 1S74.). . . .S22.3 
Same ; rev. ed. of qr. 2 ; ed. by Daniel. 

(New S. Soc. 1875) S22.3 

Same ; Romeus and Juliet, by Arthur 

Hrooke. — Rhomeo and JuHetta, by 

W. Painter ; ed. by Daniel. (New 

S. Soc. 1S75 ) 822.3 

Taming of the shrew ; ed. by Rolfe. . . .822.3 
Same ; the old play on which Shakes- 
peare founded ; ed. by Amvot. (S. 

Soc, 1844.) S22 

The tempest ; altered by D'Avcnant and 

Dryden 822.S 

Same ; ed. by Rolfe. 1S7S S22 3 

Same ; ed. by Wright. 1885 822.3 



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239 



; ed, by Rolfe. 1882 822.3 202 

: ; a play (earlier than Shakes- 
ire's) ; r</. by Dyce. (S.Soc, 1842.). 812.2 93 
Lndronicus; ed. by Rolfe. 1884.822.3 216 

and Cressida ; ed. by Rolfe 822.3 203 

1 night ; ed, by Rolfe. 1879 822.3 136 

mtlemen of Verona ; ed. by Rolfe. 822.3 

>blc kinsmen ; ed. by Rolfe 822.3 212 

; ; reprint of qr., 1634 ; ed. by 
ttledale. (New S. Soc, 1876.).. 822.3 1^-25 
» ; from the qr. of 1634, rev. text ; 
by Littledale. (New S. Soc, 

76.) S22.3 B-26 

t ; On Shakespeare's authorship 
; by W. Spaulding, etc. (New S. 

c, 1S76.) 822.3 B-27 

•s tale; ed. by Rolfe. 1880 822.3 147 

Sonnets and Other Poems. 

EARE. Autobiographical poems ; 

>y Brown. 1838 822.3 8 

s of S. solved ; by H. Brown 822.3 81 

»peare's sonnets, never before in- 

reted ; by Massey. 1S66 S22.3 80 

:>phy of the sonnets of S. ; by R. 

pson. 1S68 S22.3 104 

e in Deutscher nachbildung ; von 

. Bodenstedt 831 38 

ts ; ed. by Dowden. 1881 822.3 ^94 

.c ; ed, by Rolfe. 1883 822.3 213 

and Adonis, Lucrece, etc. ; ed. by 

fe. 1SS3 822.3 214 

g. of earlier eds. of poems of S.; 

I. Winsor 16 B-16 

Shakespeariana. 
Ilistoricalf Bibliographical ^ etc. 

L, cd. Memoirs of principal actors 

»lay5 of S. (S. Soc, 1846.) S22.3 45 

Reference list. v. i i^ 55 

ALL. Succession of the plays of 

kespeare. 1874 822.3 ^am. 8 

'ELL-PlilLLiPPS. Shakespeariana ; 

ilogue of early eds., etc. 1841 . . .822.3 161 

J. Confessions. 1805 822.3 149 

E. Inquiry into (the Ireland for- 

ici). 1796 S22.3 152 

Shakespeare's plays ; stage his- 

jT. 1875 822.3 ?am. 7 

>eare library and museum in Henley 

: catal<^ue, 1868 822.3 127 

. Chronological order of the plays 
Shakespeare. 1878 S22.3 140 



The Question of Authorship. 

Bacon, Delia. Philosophy of the plays 

of Shakespeare. 1857 822.3 78 

Folleti". Who wrote the S. plays. . .S22.3 Pam. 6 

Holmes. Authorship of S. 1866 S22.3 10 

Morgan. The Shakespeare myth. 1881. S22.3 97 
FoTT.ed. Bacon's promus of formularies. 823.3 210 
Shake.speare- Bacon question : List of 

books on (B. P. L. Bui., v. 5) 17 B-I4 

Same ; bibliographical history (H. U. 

Bui., V. 2, p. 156) 16 B-17 

Smith, W. H. Bacon and Shakespeare.. 822.3 134 
VVY.MAN. Bibliog. of the Bacon-Shakes- 
peare controversy. 1884 822.3 218 

Gt'Ht'ral Comment and Criticism. 

Beckkt. Shakespeare himself again. 2 v. 822.3 70 

Brewer. Historical essays on S 942 izi 

Britton. Essays on S. 1849 822.3 B-16 

Cai.vert. Shakespeare. 1879 822.3 145 

Clarke, C. C. Shakespeare characters. .822.3 132 
Clarke, C. C. and M. C. Shakespeare 

key. 1879 822.3 128 

Coleridge. Lect's and notes on S., etc. 822.3 217 
Collier. Reasons for a new ed. of S.*s. 

works. 1842 822.3 Pam. il 

Reply to Hamilton's " Inquiry." 822.3 Pam. 12 

CouRTENAY. Commentaries on the his- 
torical plays of S. 1840. 2 V 822.3 63 

Davies. Dramatic miscellanies. 3 v 822.3 74 

Dowden. Shakespeare ; his mind and 

art. 1879 822.3 138 

Shakespeare (literature primer). 1878.822.3 102 

El/.e. Essays on Shakespeare. 1874. • • • 822.3 57 

Notes on Elizabethan dramatists. 2 v . 822.2 265 

Cervinus. Shakespeare commentaries. . . 822.3 54 

Same. 1863. v. 2 822.3 55 

Hales. Notes and essays on S. 1S84. . .822.3 256 
Halliwell-Phillips. Curiosities of mod- 
ern Shakesperian criticism. 1853.S22.3 Pam. 9 

New lamps or old. 1S80 S22.3 Pam. 10 

Hardy. Review of Shakesperian con- 
troversy. i36o 822.3 Pam. 13 

Hazlitt. Characters of S.'s plays 822.3 I03 

Herand. Shakespeare ; his inner life 822.3 79 

Hudson. Lectures on S. 1848. 2 v S22.3 65 

Same. 1857 822.3 153 

Hugo. William Shakespeare. 1864. .. .822.3 130 
Jackson. Shakespeare's genius justified. 822.3 73 
Keightley. Shakespeare expo.sitor. 1S67. 822.3 86 
Kkmrle, F. a. Notes on some of the plays 

of S. 1S82 822.3 209 

Knight. Studies in Shakespeare. 1S68. 822.3 09 
! Leo. Shakespeare notes. 1SS5 822.3 31S 



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Lowell. Essay on Shakespeare 824.1 183 

Montagu. Essay on the writings and 

genius of Shakespeare. 1777 822.3 62 

Same. 1810 822.3 129 

Morgan. Topical Shakespeariana 822.3 142 

MOULTON. Shakespeare as a dramatic 

artist. 1885 822.3 195 

New exegesis of Shakespeare. 1859. • • 822.3 ^7 
New Shakespeare Soc. Transactions. 1874 

-1879. 3v 822.3 163 

Price. Wisdom and genius of S. 1838.. 822.3 61 
Pyb. Comments on the commentators on 

Shakespeare. 1807 822.3 72 

RUGGLES. Method of S. as an artist. 1870. 822.3 87 
Seymour. Remarks on the plays of S. 

1805. 2 V 822.3 59 

Shakespeare Soc. Papers. 1849. 4V... 822.3 5^ 
SiMROCK. On the plots of S.'s plays ; cd. 

by Halliwell. (S. Soc., 1850.) 822.3 sB 

Snider. System of the dramas of Shakes- 
peare. 1877. 2 V 822.3 143 

• Swinburne. A study of S. 1880 822.3 i55 

Ulrici. Shakespeare's dramatic art 822.3 5^ 

Vaughan. New readings and new render- 
ings of the tragedies of S. 1886. 3 V. 822.3 189 
Weiss. Wit, humor and Shakespeare. . . . 822.3 88 
White. Shakespeare's scholar. 1854.. . 822.3 82 

Studies in Shakespeare. 1886 822.3 3^1 

Wilkes. Shakespeare from an American 

point of view. 1877 822.3 83 

Special Comment and Criticism, 
Abbott. Shakesperian grammar. 1870. 425 i 
Barr. Young people of S.'s dramas . . .*822.3 204 
Bucknill. The mad folk of S. 1867.. .822.3 126 

Medical knowledge of S. i860 822.3 '39 

Campbell. Shakespeare's legal acquire- 
ments. 1859 822.3 91 

Caulfield, ed. Vocal music in plays of 

Shakespeare. 2 v 784 B-5 

Craik. The English of S. 1867 822.3 92 

Dyer. Folk-lore of Shakespeare. 1S83. 822.3 255 

Eaton. Shakespeare and the Bible 822.3 89 

Ellacombe. Plant-lore of Shakespeare. 822.3 148 
Feis. Shakespeare and Montaigne. 1884.S22.3 257 
Oilman, ^</. Shakespeare's morals. 1880.822.3 151 
Green. Shakespeare and the emblem 

writers. 1870 822.3 77 

Heard. Shakespeare as a lawyer. 1883.822.3215 
Jameson. Characteristics of women. 2 v. 822.3 84 
Kellogg. Pyschological delineations of 

Shakespeare ; Ophelia, etc. 1864.822.3 Pam. 4 

Same ; his suicides 822.3 Pam. 5 

Lamb. Tales from Shakespeare 824.2 311 

Patterson. Insects mentioned in S 595 39 

* For youag 



Ree^ Shakespeare and the Bible. 1876. 822. 
RoFFE. H'db'k of Shakespeare music . .S22.3 
Staffer, P. S. and dassiod antiquity. . . S22.3 
Stearns. Medical k nowledge of S. 1 865 . 822.3 
Stringer, ed. Shakespeare's draughts from 

the living water. 1883 98.5 

Wordsworth. Shakespeare's use of the 

Bible. 1880 S22.3 

Side-lights and Illustrations. 

Allcyn papers and memoirs; ed. by Collier. 
(S. Soc., 1843.) 2v •937. 

Anatomy of abuses in Eng., by Stubbes; 
ed. by Fumivall. (New S. Soc.. 1879.) 39^ 

Ballads that illustrate Shakespeare (in 
Percy's Reliques) 821 

Boydell's illustrations ; Spooner's ed. 2 V.S22.3 

Chester plays ; ed. by T. Wright. (S. Soc., 
1843.) 2 V S22 

Chester's Love's martyr, etc.; ed. by Gro- 
sart. (New S. Soc., 1878.) 821.2 

Collier, ed, Shakespeare's library ; ro- 
mances, etc., used by S. as the founda- 
tion of his dramas. 1843. 2 v S22 

Defence of poetry, etc. ; by T. Lodge. (S. 
Soc., 1843.) I 

Douce. Illustrations of S. 1807. 2V...S22, 

Eight novels employed by Eng. dramatic 
poets, reign of Elizabetli. (S. Soc., 

1846.) 822, 

Same 822, 

Extracts from accounts of revels at courts 
of Elizabeth and James L; ed. by Cun- 
ningham. (S. Soc, 1842.) 822. 

Fair maid of the exchange ; by Heywood. 
(S. Soc., 1845.) 822. 

Fair maid of the west ; by Heywood. (S. 
Soc., 1850.) S22. 

Five court masques ; ed. by Collier. (S. 
Soc, 1848.) S22, 

Fools and jesters. (S. Soc, 1842.) (2 st.). S2: 

Golden and silver ages ; two plays, by Hey- 
wood. (S. Soc, 1851.) 822 

Gurboduc ; by Norton and Sackville. (S. 

Soc, 1847.) 1522 

Harrison's description of England in the 
youth of S.; ed. by Fumivall. (New 
S. Soc, 1877-78.) 942.3 

llenslow's diary (theatrical manager in time 
of Shakespeare 7* 

Ingleby, ed. S. and the enclosure of com- 
mon fields at Welcombe ; fragment of 
diary of Thos. Green, town clerk of 
Stratford-upon-Avon, 1614-1617. . . ,822.3 

readers. 



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24; 



GLKBY. Shakespeare's centurie of prayse. 

(New S. Soc., 1879.) 822.3 B-29 

Igo Jones ; by P. Cunningham ; with his 
sketches for itfasques and dramas ; by 

J. R. Planch6. (S. Soc., 1848.) 822.2 81 

hn A. Kent and John A. Cumber ; ed, by 

Collier. (S. Soc., 1851) 822.2 92 

hig Edward IV. ; by Heywood. (S. Soc., 

1842.) 822.2 87 

krriage of wit and wisdom ; illustrations 
of Shakespeare, etc ; ed, by Halliwell. 

(S. Soc.. 1846) 822.3 46 

tend play; wit and science, etc.; ed, by 

IlalliweU. (S. Soc, 1848.) 822.2 74 

■lient Grissil ; by Dekker, Chettle and 

Haughton. (S. 5k>c, 1841.) *. . . 822.2 75 

leroe Penniless' supplication; by Nash. 

(S. Soc, 1842.) 822.2 77 

lalph Roister Doister ; by Udall. (S. Soc, 

1847) 822.2 78 

iCVcls at court ; ed. by Cunningham. (S. 

Soc, 1842) 822.2 80 

loyal king and loyal subject ; by Heywood. 

(S. Soc, 1850.) 822.2 85 

k]K>dl of abase ; by Gosson. — Apology for 

actors ; by T. Heywood. (S.Soc, 1841.) 175 i 
iehool of Shakespeare; ed. by Simpson. 

1878. 2 V 822.3 100 

hakspere allusion books, part i ; ed. by 

Ingleby. (New S. Soc, 1874.) 822.3 1^4 

jkakespeare jest books; ed, by Hazlitt. 

1864. 3 V. (2 St.) 828.2 I 

Mr Thos. Moore, a play ; ed. by Dyce. (S. 

Soc , 1844.) 822.2 90 

kaSbrd's briefe conceipt of Eng. policy ; 

ed. by F. J. Fumivall. (New S. 55oc, 

1876.) 942.3 B-25 

Tarlton's jests; by Halliwell. (S. Soc, 

1844.) (2 »t.) 828.24 

rdl-Trothes New Years' gift, etc. ; ed* by 

Fumivall. (New S. Soc, 1876.) 173 li-i 

Two plays on life of Queen Eliz. ; by Hey- 
wood. (S. Soc, 185T.) 822.284 

Two tracts ; by John Forde. (S. Soc, 1843.) 824.2 3 

Vard, Rev. J. Diary. 1648-1679 822.3 '57 

¥oman killed with kindness ; by Heywood. 

(S. Soc, 1S50.) 822.2 S5 

Indexes, Concordances, etc. 

krscoUGH. Index to remarkable passages 

and words. 1827 {822.3 97 

Iaetlxtt. Shakespeare phrase book . 4822.3 196 
Ilarkb. Concordance to the plays of S.t822.3 B-3 
Kctiooaiy of SHakesperian quotations. . .{822.3 94 



Fox. Students' S.; 37 plays analyzed. . .{822.3 B-i' 
FuRNBSS. Concordance to poems of S. . .{822.3 9' 

Jervxs. Diet, of the language of S {822.3 B- 

MoRGAN. Topical Shakespeariana {822.3 14: 

[For biographical matter relating to Shakespeart, m 
pages 139-130.] 



I 



Sharpe. The conqueror's dream, etc. . . .821^ 541 

Humanity and the man. 1878 821.2 55< 

Shaw, Cuthbert. Poems. 1822 821.2 41 

Shaw. H. \V. (See Billings, Josh.) 
Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham, Works. 

1723. 2v 820.2 B-^ 

Shbil. Bellamira and The apostate. 1818.822.8 14 
Sheldon. The harvest home; address, 

Evans. 1856 98.3 Pam. 6 

Miscellaneous addresses 825.1 i 

Oration, Buffalo, July 5, 1852 40 i 

Oration, Eden, July 4, 1865 98.3 Pam. 3 

Shelley. Favorite poems. 1881 821.2 62 

Poems, selected by Gamett. 1880 821.2 24 

Poetical works ; ed. by Mrs. Shelley. .. .821.2 24 
Content* : Queen Mab. — Alastor. — Revolt of Islam.- 
Prometheus unbound. — The Cenci. — Hellas. — QEdipii 
tyrannus. — Miacellancout poemt. 

Poetical works ; ed. by Rossetti. 2 v. .821.2 84 

Contents : V. i. Prefaces.— -Memoir by RoMCtti.* 
Queen Mab.— Alastor.— Revolt of Islam.— Rosalind an 
Helen.— Julian and Maddalo.— Prometheus unbound.- 
The Cenci.— Notes. 

V. 2. Peter Bell the third.— CEUiipus tyrannus.— Th 
witch of Atlas. — Epipsychidion.— Adonals. — Hellas.- 
Miscellaneous poems.— Fragments.— TranslatloBS. 
Prose works ; ed, by Forman. 1880. 4 v. 820.2 19 

Contents: V. i. Preface.— Pedigree. — Zastroni, 
romance.— Necessity of Atheism.— Address to Irish pec 
pie.— Proposals for an association.- Declaration of righti 
— Letter to Lord Ellenborough. 

V. a. Vindication of a natural diet.— Refutation < 
Deism.— Proposal for putting reform to the vote. — O 
the death of the Princess Charlotte.— History of a si 
week's tour: Journal and letters of Mrs. Shelley.- 
Journal at Geneva.— The assassins.— On the punuli 
ment of death.— On life.— On love.— On a future state.- 
Speculations on metaphysics and morals. — A system ( 
gov't by juries.— On reform.— On the revival of liten 
ture.— On Christianity.— The elysian fields.— On th 
devil and devils.— On friendship. 

V. 3. Remarks on '* Mandeville,*' on '* Frankenstein, 
and on **Rhododaphne."— The Coliseum; a fragment 
—Notes on sculptures, etc.— A fable.— Defence of poetr) 
— Fragmenu on heauty.— Translations.— Letters. 

V. 4. Letters. 

Sh ELTON. The TroUopiad. 1837 827.1 2; 

Uptheriver. 1853 824.I I. 

Shenstone. Poems. 1822 821.2 3< 

Poetical worln. 1868 821.2 52I 

Contents : Life.— Elegies.— Levities.— Odes.— Song 
and ballads. — Judgment of Hercules. — Progress of taste 
—Economy.- Ruined abbey.— Love and honour.— Th 
schoolmistress.— Inscriptions. 



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Sheridan. Dramatic works. 1864 822.2 126 

Contents: Rivals.—St. Patrick^t day.— The duenna. 
—School for scandal.—The critic— Trip to Scarborough. 
— Picarro. 

The rivals. 1879 822.2 238 

Same ; and School for scandal ; ed. by 

Morley. 1886 822.2 282 

School for scandal. 1879 822.2 238 

Speeches. 1842. 3 v 329.2 18 

Sherwood. Comic hist, of U. S. 1870. 828.1 25 

Same 828.1 26 

Shillaber (Mrs. Partington). Parting- 

tonian patchwork. 1S73 828.1 10 

Shirley. (Sec Skelton, John.) 

Shirley, J. Dramatic works and poems. 

1833. 6 V 822.2 109 

Contents: V. 1. Ix>ve tricks. — Maid's revensfe.— 
Brothers.— Witty fair one.— The wedding. 

V. a. Grateful servant. — Traitor.— Love's cruelty.- 
Love in a maze. — Bird in a cage. — Hyde Park. 

V. 3. The ball.— Young admiral.— Gamester.— The 
example.— The opportunity. — Coronation. 

V. 4. Lady of pleasure.— Royal roaster.— Duke's mis- 
tress.— Doubtful heir.— St. Patrick for Ireland.— Con- 
stant maid. — Humorous courtier. 

V. 5. Gentleman of Venice.— The politician.— The 
imposture.— The cardinal.— Sisters.— Court secret. 

V. 6. Honoria and Mammon.— Chabot.— Arcadia.— 
Triumph of peace. — Contention for honour and riches.— 
Triumph of beauty— Cupid and death.— Contention of 
Ajax and Ulysses.— Poems. 

Shoreuam. Poems 821.2 471 

Sidney, Sir P. Arcadia 823 82 

Complete poem.s. 1877. 3v 821.2513 

Contents: V. i. Memorial introduction, by Grosart. 
Astrophel and Stella.— Songs in same. 

V. 2-3. Sidera. — Pansies from Penshurst and Wilton. 
—From the Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia.— Psalmes 
of David. — Longer notes. — Indexes. 

Defense of poesy 811 i 

Miscellaneous works ; ed, by Gray 821.2 139 

Contents: Life.— Defence of poesy. — Astrophel and 
Stella.— Miscellaneous poems. — Lady of May. — Letter to 
Queen £lizal>cth. — Defence of Leice.ster. — I..etters. 

Psalter (" Kock honeycomb " ; by Rus- 

kin). 1877 24518 

Siegvolk, }*aul (Albert Mathews). A 

bundle of papers. 1S79 824.1 143 

SiGOiJRNKY. Post meridian. 1854 824.1 34 

Pocahontas, and other poems. 1864.. . . 821. i 35 
Sayings of the little ones, etc 821. i 212 

SiKES, Mrs. Olive L. (See Logan, Olive.) 

Silliman. Gallop among Am. scenery. . .824.1 166 

SIMMS. Egeria. 1S53 829.16 

Poems. 1S53 821. 1 38 

Views and reviews. 1S45 824.1 31 

Skelton, John. {Fifteenth century^ Poet- 
ical works. 1843. 2v 821.2 112 

Skelton. John (" Shirley"). Essays. 1883.824.2 344 



Smith, Alex. City poems. 1857 S21 

Dreamthorpe. 1863 S24 

Edwin of Deira. 1861 821 

Poems. 1853 821 

Smith, Edmund. Poems. 1822 Sa 

Smith, F. S. Young Magdalen and other 

poems 82 

Smith, Geo. B. Poets and novelists. 187G.S2: 
Smith, Horace and James. Rejected 

addresses. 1848 $2 

Same. 1866 821 

Smith, J. Hyatt Gilead c 

Same c; 

The open door. 1874 \ 

Smith, Seba. (See Downing. Jack.) 
Smith, Re-j, Sidney. Essays S24 

Contents: Dr. Parr. — Dr. Rennel. — John Bowl 
Langford.— Public charact^s, i8oi<>a. — Archdeaco 

— Matthew Lewis. — Necker*s last views. — Aus 
Fiev^*s letters on England. — Ceylon.— Delphi] 
the residence of the clergy. — Catteau, tableau < 
Danois. — Wittman's travels. — Edgeworth on 
Sierra Leone.— Trimmer and Lancaster. — Pan 
Ireland.— Travels from Palestine. — Methodism. - 
missions.— Curate's salary bill. — Catholics. — So 
suppression of vice. — Methodism. — Hannah ! 
Characters of Fox. — Historical work of Fox.- 
sional education. — Female education. — Public sc 
Disturbances at Madras. — Toleration. — Charlei 
Bishop of Lincoln's charge. — Letters writtei 
Mahraita camp, 1809. — Mad Quakers. — Mme. D' 

— America. — Game laws. — Botany Bay. — C 
sweepers. — Mission to Ashantee. — America. — Po 
— Ireland. — Anastasius. — Spring-guns. — Prisons, 
traps and spring-guns. — Scarlett's poor bill.— Pi 
Persecuting bishoits. — Botany Bay. — Game laws 
treatment of imtried prisoners. — America. — Capi 
— Bentham on fallacies. — Waterton. — Granby.— 
ton's method of teaching languages. — Coui 
prisoners. — Catholics. 

Selections from writings. 1863 82. 

Contents : Trimmer and Lancaster. — Pro' 
education. — French education. — Public schouli 
ballot. — Letters on American debts. -Conduc 
understanding.— Wit and humour. — Taste. — Irisl 
Catholic church.— Catholics. — letter on Catho 
tion. — Parnell on Ireland. — Ireland. — Memories 
Kock. — Letters to Archdeacon Singleton. 

Wit and wi.sdom of. 1869 

Letters of Peter Plymley 

Smith, S. R. Objects of instruction . . .9S.3 
Smith, Kcv. Walter C. (Hermann Kunt). 

Olric Grange. 1872 S2 

Smith, W. Gravenhurst 

Thorndale 

Smollett. Poems. 1822 8: 

Works ; ed. by Browne. 8 v S2 

Contents : V. x. View of the progress of rom? 
life of Smollett, by J. Moore. — Plays and poems 
V. a. Roderick Random. 
V. 3-4. Peregrine Pickle. 



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24 



y. 5. Tmrdanmad Count Fathom. 

V. 6. Sir LauBcdot Gravtt. — ^Advcnturet of an atom. 

V. 7. HoBpihray Cliakor. 

V. 8. TrsTds through Franco and Italy. 

Idder. Agamcmnoii's daughter. 1 88 5 . 82 1 . i 326 

'Sjfrtcm of Shakespeare's dramas. 2 ¥..822.3 '43 

^BMBftViLUB. Poems. 1822 821.2 50 

rrasY. All for love, and The pilgrim 
to Compostello. 1829 821.2 235 

Ccmmonplace book. 4 v 819 42 

Coirespondence 928.2 287 

'Correspondence with Caroline Bowles. . 826.2 8 

doctor. 1874 824.2 90 

1836 824.2 91 

;, moral and political. 1832. 2 v. 824. 2 164 

.JoanofArc. 1812. 2v 821.2232 

Letters from Spain and Portugal. 2 v. . 914.6 78 

: MadoC. 1812. 2v 821.2234 

VbetiGal works. 1878. ro v. in 5 v. . .821.2 485 

Cfmifmis.* V. i>a. Memoir; by Tuckerman. — Joan 
«f Arc— Notes. — Vision of the maid. — Notei.— Triumph 
«f woman. — ^Wat. Tyler. — Poems concerning the slave 
tndc.—Botaay Bay eclogues. — ^Sonnets. — Monodramas. 
^nAmatory poems of Abel Shufllebottom. — Lyric poems. 
—Song:! of the American Indians. — Occasional pieces. — 
Tka remapect.— Hymn to the Penates. 
¥.3-4. English eclogues. — Nondescripts. — Devirs 
' walk. -> Inscriptions. — Carmen triumphale. — Odes. — 

Epistle to Cunningham.— Thalaba. 
L V. s-6. Madoc.— Ballads and metrical tales, 

▼. 7-%. A tale of Paraguay.— All for love.— Pilgrim to 
*■ Coaposicllo. — Curse of Kehanuu 

V. 9-10. Roderick, the last of the Goths.— Poet*s pil- 
^mukgH to Waterioo. — Carmen nuptiale. — Funeral song 
far Princess Charlotte. — Vision of judgment. — Oliver 
Newman.— Miscellaneous. 

^ Poet's pilgrimage to Waterloo. 1816. .821.2 236 

Roderick. 1815. 2v 821.2228 

Sir Thomas More; colloquies. 2 v 824.2 SS 

Thalaba. 1814. av 821.2230 

Tianslation of Amadis of Gaul. 3 v. . . . 863 17 

Tnnslation of the chronicle of the Cid. . 946 18 

PWEix, RoBT. Poetical works 821.2142 
llfG. The ruined statues, and other 

poems. 1871 821. 1 193 

Sp^fiUltOT, The. 1853. 4 V 824.2 36 

Emys illustrative of; by Drake. 3 v.. .824.2 47 
Papers from, relating to Sir Roger de 

Corerley 824.2 40 

SPlDDDfG. Reviews and discussions 824.2 273 

Stkncbr, Herbert. Essays. 1868 304 16 

Same. 1878. 3v 30425 

Spxnsbr. And his poetry ; byCraik. 3 v. 928. 2 396 
Colin Clout explained ; by Hitchcock . .821.2 138 

Faerie queene. — Epithalamion 821.2 136 

Same 821.2 137 

Poetical works ; /^. by Child, sv 821.2 131 

V. 1-3. Faerie queene. 



V. 4. Faerie queene. concluded. — Shepheard*s cale 
dar. — Colin Clout. — Astrophel. 

V. 5. Miscellanies. 
Works ; ^d, by Collier. 1862. 5V 821.2 ij 

ConitHit: V. X. Life of Spenser. — Shepheard*s ci 
endar. — Faerie queen. 

V. 9-3. Faerie queen, continued. 

V. 4. Faerie queen, concluded. — Two cantos of Mul 
bilities. — Miscellanies. 

V. 5. Miscellanies.— View of the state of Ireland. 

Sperry. Country love. 1 865 821.I ; 

Same. 1865 821.1 : 

Spofford. Poems. 1882 821.1 2\ 

Sprague, CiiAS. Curiosity. X829...821.1 Pam. 

Poetical and prose writings. 1850 821. i a 

Sprague, O. I. Oration, July 4, 1854, 

Java, N. Y 98.3 Pam. i 

Spring. Address, N. Y. Merc. Lib. Ass*n. 40 1 
Stanley, Dean. Addresses, etc. 1872-77. 252 i 

In the U. S. and Canada. 1878 204 ; 

Reference list ; by Foster, v. i 16 

Thoughts that breathe ; sel. from. 1879. 204 i 

Stedman. Blameless prince. 1869 821. i i^ 

Hawthorne and other poems. 1877. . . .821.1 i^ 

Poetical works. 1873 821. i 11 

Poetical works. 1884 821.1 134] 

Contents: Early poems. — Sonnets. — Poems writb 
in youth.— Alice of Monmouth. — Miscellaneous poen 
— Translation. — The blameless prince, etc. — Miscdlan 
ous poems. — Occasional poems.— Translations. — Lat 
poems.— L'envoi. 

Poets of America. 1885 824.1 2\ 

Contents: Early and recent conditions. — Growth 
the American school. — Bryant. — Whittier. — EmerMm.' 
Longfellow.— Poe.— Holmes.— Lowell.— Whitman.— Ba 
ard Taylor. — The outlook. 

Victorian poets. 1876 824.X X^ 

Contents : The period.— Landor. — Hood, Matthc 
Arnold, Procter.— Mrs. Browning. — Tennyson. — Tenn; 
son and Theocritus. — The general choir. — Robert Browi 
ing.— Buchanan, Rossetti, Morris. — Swinburne. — Inde 

Steele, J. W. Frontier army sketches.. 824.x i; 
Steele, Sir Richard. Correspondence.. 826.2 ; 
Steele, Sir K.^and Addison. (See Addi- 
son and Steele.) 

Steggall. Jeanne d'Arc, etc. 1868 821.24] 

Stephen, James. Critical and miscelUne- 

ous essays. 1S43 824.2 ( 

Contents: Wilberforce. — Whitfield and Froude. 
D^Aubigne's hist, of the great reformation. — Life ai 
time of Richard Baxter. — Physical theory of anoCh 
life.— The Port Royalisu.— Loyola.— Taylor's Edwin tl 
rair. 

Stephen, Leslie. Essays on free think- 
ing, etc. 1877 204 < 

HisL of Eng. thought, 1 8th cent'y. 2 v. 192 i 

Hours in a library. 1879. 3 v 824.2 2< 

Contents: V. i. De Foe's novels.— Richardson 
novels.— Pope as a moralist.— Elwin's Pope. — Scott. 
Hawthorne.— Balzac.— De Quincey. 



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V. a. Sir Thoi. Browne—Jonathan Edwards. — Wm. 
Law. — Horace Walpole. — Dr. Johnson** writings.— 
Crabbers poetry. — Hazlitt.— Disraeli's noveb. 

V. 3. Massinger.— Fielding's novels.— Cowpcr and 
Rousseau. — First Edinburgh reviewers. —Wordsworth's 
ethics.— Landor's imaginary conversations. — Macaulay. 
— Charlotte Bronte. — Kingsley. 

Stephens, George. Dramas. 1846. 2 v. 822.2 149 

CoMteni*: V. x. Nero.— Forgery. — Sensibility. 
V. a. Self-glorification.- Rebecca and her daughters. 
—Philip Basil. 

Sterling, John. Poems. 1839 ^21.2 683 

Essays and tales. 1848. 2 v 824.2 365 

Conttnts: V. i. Memoir of Sterling; by Hare. — 
Shades of the dead : Alexander the great, Joan of Arc, 
WycIifTe, Columbus. Oustavus Adolphus, Milton/ Bums. 
— On Coleridge's Christabcl.- On the broad stone of 
honour. — On Napier's war in the peninsula. — Montaigne. 
Simonidcs. — Carlyle.— Characteristics of German genius. 
— Tennyson's poems. — The worth of knowledge. 

V. 9. Fragments from the travels of Theodore Elbert. 
— Thoughts. — Tales and apologues. 

Sterne, Laurence. Sentimental journey. 823 87 

Same 9144 83 

Works. 1869 820.2 204 

Contents: Tristram Shandy. — Sentimental journey. 
— Letters. — Sermons. 
Same ; id. by Browne. 4 v 820.2 200 

Contents: V. i. Preface. — Life of Sterne; by him- 
self. — Tristram Shandy. 

V. a. Tristram Shandy, c't'd. — Sentimental journey. 

V. 3. Sermons. 

V. 4. Sermons. — Letters. — History ot a watch-coat. 

Sternk, Stl'AUT. Angelo. 1881 821.1 263 

Giorgio and other poems. 1881 821. i 260 

Stevens, A. H. Letters and speeches. . .329.1 141 

Stevenson. A child's garden of verse. *82 1.2 743 

Familiar studies. 18S2 824.2 318 

Contents : Victor Hugo's romances. — Some aspects of 
Burns.- Walt Whitman. — Thoreau. — Voshida Torajiro. 
— Francois Villon.— Charles of Orleans. — Samuel Pepys. 
— John Knox and women. 

Virginibus puerisque, etc. 1S81 824.2 348 

Contents: Virginibus puerisque. — Crabbed age and 
youth. — Apology for idlers. — Ordered south. — JE.% tri- 
plex.— El Dorado. — English admirals. — Some portraits 
by Racbtirn. — Child's play.— Walking tours. — Pan's 
pipes.— Plea for gas lamps. 

Stewart. Harp of Strathnaver 821.2 Para, i 

Stirling. Burns in drama, etc. 1878 . .824.2 292 

Stockton. Round-about rambles 829.1 2u 

Stoddard. Book of the east. 1871 821. i 145 

Poems. 1852 821. 1 143 

Same. 18S0 ^ 821. i 245 

Contents: Early poems. — Songs of summer. — The 
king's bell. — The book of the East. — Tartar songs. — 
Arab songs. — Chinese songs.— In memoriam. — Later 
poems. — Hymns of the mystics. 

Songs of summer. 1857 821. i 144 

Story, JosErii. Miscellaneous writings. . 824.1 2 



Story, W-W. Graffiti Dltalia. 1875.. 8a 

He and she. 1S84 S: 

Nero ; a historic play. 1S75 • 

Poems. 1S56 8 

Stow, C. A. Secret of the Sierras 9S. 

Stowe. Afrs, H. B. (Christopher Crowfield). 

The chimney comer 186S .8 

House and home papers 

Same * 

Street. Poems. 1845 

Frontenac ^ 

Sturgis. Little comedies. 1880 5 

Such, Theophrastus. (See Eliot, George 

Suckling. Poems, plays, etc. 2 v I 

Contents: V. 1. Life; by Suckling.— Pc 
laura. 

V. a. The goblins.— Tragedy of Brennoralt 
one.— Letters. — Discourse of religion. 

Sullivan. Poems ' 

Sumner. Orations and speeches. 2 v. . . 
Prophetic voices concerning Am. 1S74 

Recent speeches. 1856 

Works. 1877. 12 V 

SvKKKY, Ear/ o/. Poetical works. 1S31. 

Same ; fd. by Bell 

Songs and sonnets. 1870 

Swift. Choice works. 1876 

Gulliver's travels. 1S44 

Same 

Same ; id. by Waller 

Selected works. 1S72 

Selections from prose writings. 18S4.. . 

Tale of a tub 

Works ; id. by Sir W. Scott. 1S24. 19 v 
Contents: V. i. Memoir ; by Scott. 
V. a-3. Journal to Stella. — Tracts, jMjlitic 
torical. — The examiner. 
V. 4-5. Tracts, historical and political. 
V. 6. History of John Bull. — Present sta: 
Art of political lying. — Tracts relative to Ire 
Drapier^s letters. 

V. 7. The Drapier's letters cont'd. — T 
Irish affairs. — Sermons. 

V. 8. Sermons, cont'd. — Tracts in defcnc 
tianity. — Tracts in support of the church est 
— Tracts on the test act. — Essays. 
V. 9. Essays (Tatler, S(>ectator, etc.) and 
V. 10. Tale of a tub. — Battle of the books 
ical operation of the spirit. — Abstract <tf i 
Eng. to Henry II. — Letters, Pilkington to 
Letter to the E.irl of Orrery. — Poems. 
V. II. Gulliver's travels. — Directions to st 
V. 12. Memoirs of Capt. Creichton. — Poli 
— Notes on Addison's Freeholder. — On Clan 
tory. — On Burnet's history. — On the charA 
court of Queen Anne.— On Ciibbs Psalm 
poetry. 

V. 13. Miscellanies by Pope, Gay, etc 
Scriblerus, etc.)« collected by Swift and F 
miscellanies by Swift and Sheridan. 



* For young readers. 



ENGLISH POETRY, ESSAYS, OKATOKY, ETC. 



Focnu, nddlct, tpiETiimi, «tC' — Lattcra- 
t. Lcltcn. 

Appendix 10 caTT«tpoikd«nce.'I^tlert bel. 
1 Miu Vuhoiiiri(h.— IndK. 

t. Alal>nt> in Catjnilon. 186S.S33.3 167 

. 1874 Baa.a 171 

m roundcli. 1SS3 Eai.a 6S4 

rd. 1S66 823.3 IAS 

18G6 3z3.2 169 

s. 1876 822,3 ao4 

nd studies, 1876 S34.3 244 

uciii'i poemi.— Mgiiii' Jauii.— Mallhew Ar- 
w poenu.— NoKi on Shelley. - It yron. -Col*- 
'ord— Picluici of iB«3.— Deusni by old mai- 

lerii, 1870, (a St.) 821.3 384 

FalieiT). i63s 833.3 370 

jart. 1881 833.2 339 

!3 .etc. l834 ...831.2 733 
lies. 18S6 824.338c) 



Tatiiam. Dramatic worlcs. 1879. . 

Cntimli; Lan crowni the end. 

tWlC— ScMcb fiflgirieE.— Tht lump.— 



r <>f lb* 



Tatler, The 1 1^. by Chilmen. 1S56. 4 V. 824.36 

The same; 1S07 S34.3 41 

Essays ittustralive of; by Drake. 3 v. . 834.3 47 
Taylor, Bayard. etc... 834.1 153 



RUck 



r Hue 



-The Gen 

a of '-Suul. 



Short 



.n and Mui 



n Enclitl. 



Diih 



Bronie.— Chu. Kcade.- | 
of Scoii.- Append ii. | 

te. 1^77 834.2 226 1 

nd ballads. Series 1-3. 1S78. 831.3 51X} 
lolher, and Rosamond. i8br>. .Szs,-* '""^ 



. .831.2 483 



(he springtide. iSSo. 

' I wo nations. 1875 821.3503 

in song. 1S80 321.2 573 

of Sbaliespeare. 1S80 833.3 '55 

Victor Hugo. 1886 9384 116 

> of Lyonessc, etc. 18S2 S21.2 645 

:iubessays. 1881 S24.1 156 

t. Du Bnrtas, his Divine weekcs 
orkes, and other works. 1641 . . 841 B-4 
. .S21.3 648 



il Latin student's songs 874 19 

] old; vetKC. 18E0 831.3 55S 

V W5 61 

in English 

- 18S4 323.2 253 

■ and studies in Italy. 1S79 824.3 2lu 

>t the Ureek poets. 3v SSi 7 

iduli libellas. 1884 831.2 733 

Study of the works of Tenny- 
1870.. 



..S21.3 377 
'J3 



. Miscellaneous writings. 1842. 
Around the tea-table. 1874.834.1 

swept up. 1870 824.1 

L. Songs and poems ; with 



Echo clul). 1876 83q.I 18 

Home pastorals. 1875 821. i 133 

I^rs. 1873 831.1 13a 

Picture of St, John. l8()6 831.1 131 

Poetical works. i88<i 821.1 3J4 

Same Sai.i 335 

Same , Ssi.i 236 

CiHttmli: Tha poet'i iournal. -I-oein> of itw Orimt. 

— Ronuncn and lyrica. — Ciilif«-rnlan batJods and pocDH. 

i»i.-Hamc paitanU.-Bal- 

he picLuie of Si, Jahii.~I.in. 

wm 82..1 130 

1878 822,1 17 

The 823.1 12 

Stnd ^S^^ re 8311 177 

TraniUlion of Goethe's Faust 833 34^^ 

Same. 3 » 333 33 

Taylor. B. F. Dulce domnm. iSS4...83i.i 306 

January and June. 1871 824.1 96 

Old-time pictures, 1874 831.1 ifaS 

Songs of yesterday. 1875 821. i 319 

Summer savory. 1879 824,1 144 

World on wheels, etc. 1874 S24.1 97 

Taylor, Sir H. Critical essays on poetry, 

"«- 1878 834.2 »4 1 

CsHUnli: Poeiicil worki of Woidivuiiti.— Wocd>- 

in • l«ii" -Mill on " Thv tDbJKtion 

of woiMo. with Mill. 

1864, 3 V 323,3 160 

(Tn/ri/i.- V.I, Philip Van Artevelde, 

fair.-l»i 



, Sicili 



:, CleD 



>*,— Eve 



Taylor, Isaac. Transmission of ancient 

Ultimate civilization, etc. iHlio 834.3 267 

Words and place*. cji i 3 

Taylor, Jank, Writings, 3v 830.2 133 

':eM.ml,: V.I. Memoir and cdrr»pondeni:«,-Putl- 

V.2. MiicelUoeomconirLliulioniof y. Q. 
V, 3, Correipondenct bet, a oiaiher and daughwr.— 
Infanl puemi.-Diiplay ; a tale. 

Taylor, JoHN(Thewaler poel). Works. 837,2 537 
Tavwr, J. S. Selections from writingn. . 820,2 139 



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ENGLISH POETRY, ESSAYS, ORATORY, ETC. 



Taylor, Thomas (The Platonist). Bibliog- 
raphy of ; by Sanford. 1885 16 66 

Taylor, Tom. Fool's revenge; adapted 

by Booth 822.3 3^ 

Historical dramas. 1877 822.2 166 

Ctttttnts: Foort revenge. — Jeanne d'Arc.— *Twixt 
axe and crown. — Lady Clancarty. — Arkwright't wife. — 
Anne Boleyn. — Plot and passion. 

Temple. Cosmopolitan essays. 1SS6. . .824.2 387 

Tennyson. Ballads, etc. 18S0 821.2 569 

Becket. 1884 822.2 267 

Bibliography of. (Literary World, v. 13, 

p. 280) 805 P.B.15 

Concordance to works of; by Bright- 
well. 1869 t82i.2 37S 

The cap and the falcon. 1884 822.2 252 

Enoch Arden. — In memoriam. — Favor- 
ite poems. 1880 821.2 373 

Gareth and Lynette. 1872 821.2 375 

Harold ; a drama. 1877 822.2 181 

Hone Tennysonianae, sive eclogae e Ten- 
nysono Latine redditae; cura A. J. 

Church 821.2 376 

Idylls of the king, i860 821.2 371 

Lover's tale. 1879 821.2 525 

Lyrical poems, sel. by Palgrave. 1885. 821.2 746 

Maud, etc. 1855 821.2 372 

In memoriam. 1881 821.2 621 

A key to ; by Catty. 18S1 S21.2 625 

Poems. 1865. 2v 821.2368 

Poetical works. 1870 S21.2 374 

The princess. 1881 821.2 622 

Same ; ed, by Kolfe. 1S85 821.2 72S 

Queen Mary. 1875 822.2 172 

Same 822.2 173 

Selections from ; fd. by Rolfe. 1S85. . .821.2 795 

Selections for the young. 1S78 *82i.2 663 

Study of; by Tainsh. 1870 S21.2 377 

Tiresias, etc. 1885 821.2 752 

Works. 1884 821.2 369 

Same 821.2 370 

CoHttnts: Juvenilia. — Lady of Shalott, etc.— Eng- 
lish idylls, etc.— Enoch Arden, etc. — The princess. — Ode 
on the death of Wellington, etc. — Experiments. — The 
window. — In memoriam. — Maud. — Idylls of the king. — 
Queen Mary. — Harold. — The lover's tale. — Ballads, etc. 

Terilo. Friar Bakon's prophesie S21..2 458 

Terry. Poems. 1861 ^ 821. i 175 

Teuchsagrondie, canto 3. The explor- 
ation ^ 821. 1 Pam. 6 

Thacher. Sea-shore and prairie. 1S77.S24.1 120 
Thackeray, Aliss, Toilers and spinsters, 

etc. 1876 S24.2 385 

Thackeray, W. M. Ballads. 1S56 821.2 432 

Ballads and tales S28.2 52 

% For reference. 



Bibliography ; by Shepherd. 1880 

Same. Literary World, v. 17, p. 132.805 

Comic almanack 82 

Contributions to Punch. 1885 82^ 

Early and late papers. 1867 82.: 

CfU€ntt: Memorials of gormandizing. — >! 
coats.— Bluebeard's ghost. — Dickens in France.— 
pictures. — Little travels and roadside sketches 
and pictures. — Picture gossip. — The anonymous 
odical literature. — Goethe. — Leaf out of a sketch- 
The last sketch.—'* Strange to say, on club p: 
Autour de nion chapeau. — On a peal of bells. -C 
carp' at Sans Souci. — Desseint. — On a pear tre< 
medal of George IV. — On Alexandrines. — The 1 
the axe. — De finibus. 

English humorists, i8th century. 1S54.. .: 

Extracts from writings. 18S1 8: 

The four Georges 9. 

Miscellaneous essays, sketches, etc 82. 

Mr. Brown's le