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St. Paul Public Librar 



Class List No. i 



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PREFACE. 

The plan of this class list is that of a single 
alphabet of authors and titles. Entry is made 
under the best known form of the author's name^ 
with cross references from other forms of the 
name. Anonymous books are entered under the 
title only. Titles are entered under the first 
word not an article, followed by the author's 
surname. 

Under the author's name the titles are arrang- 
ed alphabetically, and in the case of a series, in 
the order in which the books should be read. 



ENGLISH PROSE FICTION. 



Abandoned claim. Loughead. L887a 

Abandoned farmer. Preston. P94ia 
Abandoning an adopted farm. Sanborn. 

•817.49S198 

Abbe Constantin. Halevy. Hi68a 

Abbe Daniel. Theuriet. T4i5a 

Abbe Tigrane. Fabre. Fi23a 

Abbess of Vlaye. Weyman. W549a 

Abbot. Scott. S43ia 
Abbott, Angus E. 
Gods give my donkey wings. A129. 33g 

Abbott, Charles C. 

Hermit of Nottingham. Ai3ih 

When the century was new. A131W 

Abdallah. Laboulaye. Li24a 

Abner Daniel. Harben. H255a 

Aboard "the American Duchess." Myers. 

M995a 

About, £:dmond F. V. 

Fellah. Ai56f 

Germaine. Ai56g 

King of the Mountains. Ai56k 

Man with the broken ear, Ai56m 

Notary's nose. Ai56n 

Rouge et noir. Ai56r 

Tolla. Ai56t 

Accidental romance, and other stories. 

Rossitcr. R835a 

According to Plato. Moore. M82ia 

Across the campus. Fuller. F965.22a 

Act in a backwater. Benson. B475a 

Action and the word. Matthews. M439a 

Adam Bede. Eliot. E42a 

Adam Johnstone's son. Crawford. C899ad 

Adams, Andy. 

Log of a cowboy. A211I0 

Outlet. A2110U 

Texas matchmaker. A2iit 



A215C 



A215.22S 



Adams, Mary, pseud. 

Confessions of a wife. 
[Adams, Nehemiah.] 

Sable cloud. 
Adams, Oscar F.. 

Archbishop's unguarded moment. A2i6a 
Adam's daughters. Wright. W949a 

Addison, Julia de W. 

Florestane the troubadour. A226f 

Ade, George. 

Artie. 8i7.49A228ar 

Breaking into society. 8i7.49A228br 

Doc* Home. 8i7.49A228do 

Fables in slang. 8T7.49A228f 

Girl proposition. 8i7.49A228g 

Tn Babel; [stories.] A228i 

More fables. 8i7.49A228mo 

People you know. 817.49A228P 

Pink Marsh. 8i7.49A228pi 

True bills. 8i7.49A228tr 

Adeler, Max, pseud. Sec Clark, Charles H. 
Adirondack stories. Deming. D38ia 

Adler, Cyrus, and Ramsay, Allan. 

Told in the coffee house; [stories.] A237t 

Admirable Tinker, child of the world. Jep- 

son. J5sa 

Admiral's ward. Alexander. A374a 

Adopting an abandoned farm. Sanborn. 

8i7.49Si98a 
Adrian. James and Field. J26.22Z 

Adrian Rome. Dowson and Moore. 

D752.22ad 
Adrian Vidal. Norris. N86ia 

Adrift in the Pacific. Verne. V53ia 

Adventurer in Spain. Crockett. C938a 

Adventurer of the North. Parker. P239a 

Adventures of a consul abroad. Monti. 

M79ia 



ST. PAUL PUBLIC LIBRARY. 



Adventures of a fair rebel. Crim. Cpsia 
Adventures of a widow. Fawcctt F278a 
Adventures of a young naturalist. Biart. 

BS79a 
Adventures of an attorney in search of 
practice. Stephen. S827a 

Adventures of Arthur O'Leary. Lever. 

L658a 
Adventures of Caleb Williams. Godwin. 

G593a 
Adventures of Captain Horn. Stockton. 

S866a 
Adventures of Captain Kettle. Hyne. 

H997a 
Adventures of Captain Mago. Cahun. Ci32a 
Adventures of Count Fathom. Smollett. 

S666c 
Adventures of Elizabeth in Riigen. [Arnim.] 

A75ia 
Adventures of Frangois. Mitchell. M682a 

Adventures of Gerard. Doyle. D754ag 

Adventures of Gil Bias of Santillane. Le 

Sage. L623a 

Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan. 

Morier. MSssa 

Adventures of Harry Revel. Couch. C853a 

Adventures of Harry Richmond. Meredith. 

Msspa 
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Twain. 

T769a 
Adventures of Jones. Carruth. 8i7.49C3i9a 
Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green. Bede. 

B4iia 
Adventures of Peregrine Pickle. Smollett. 

S666p 
Adventures of Philip. Thackeray. T363a 
Adventures of Roderick Random. Smollett. 

S666r 
Adventures of Roger L'Estrange. Daly. 

Di53a 
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Doyle. 

D754a9 

Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves. 

Smollett. S666s 

Same. S666si 

Adventures of Telemachus. Fenelon. F332a 

Adventures of Timias Terrystone. Bunce. 

B941 . 22a 
Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Twain. T969ad 
Affair at the inn. Wiggin, and others. 

W655.22a 



Afield and afloat. Stockton. S866af 

Afloat and ashore. Cooper. C777a 

Afraja. Mtigge. Mpsia 

After dark, and other stories. Collins. 

C7i3a 
After-dinner stories. Balzac. BigSa 

After his kind. Coventry. C872.22a 

After London. Jefferies. J44a 

Afterglow. Lathrop. L354a 

Aftermath. Allen. A427a 

Afterwards, and other stories. Watson. 

W339a 
Against human nature. Pool. P82ia 

Against the stream. Charles. C475a 

Agatha and the shadow. Tenney. T298a 
Agatha Page. Henderson. H497a 

Agatha Webb, Green. G795a 

Agatha's husband. Mulock. M959a 

Agenor de Mauleon. Dumas. D886a 

Agincourt. James. J26a 

Agnes. Oliphant. 047a 

Agnes Grey. Bronte. inB869.iiw 

Agnes of Sorrento. Stowe. S892a 

Agnes Surriage. Bynner. 69943 

Agnus, Orme, pseud. 
Sarah Tuldon, a woman who had her way. 

A274S 

Aguilar, Grace. 
Days- of Bruce. A283d 

Home influence. A283h 

Home scenes and heart studies. A283ho 
Mother's recompense; sequel to Home 
influence. A283m 

Vale of cedars. A283V 

Woman's friendship. A283W 

Aho, Juhani. 

Squire Hellman. and other stories. 

A286.22S 
AId6, Hamilton. 

Nine days' wonder. A288n 

Poet and peer. A288P 

Voyage of discovery. A288V 

Ailenroc, M. R., pseud. 

White castle of Louisiana. A293W 

Ainsworth, William H. 

Auriol. A297a 

Beau Nash. A297b 

Boscobel. A297bo 

Cardinal Pole. A297C 

Constable de Bourbon. A297C0 

Crichton. A297cr 



ENGLISH PROSE FICTION. 



Ainsworth, William H. 

Fall of Somerset. 2v. 

Flitch of bacon. 

Good old times. 

Guy Fawkes. 

Hilary St. Ives. 

Jack Sheppard. 

John Law. 2v. 

Lancashire witches. 2v. 

Leaguer of Latham. 2v. 

Lord Mayor of London. 2v. 

Merry England. 2v. 

Old court. 2v. 

Old St. Paul's. 

Ovingdean Grange. 

Preston fight. 2v. 

Saint James's. 

South Sea bubble. 2v. 

Spanish match. 2v. 

Star-chamber. 

Tower of London. 

Windsor Castle. 
Alabama sketches. Peck. 

Alabaster box. Besant. 

Aladdin & Co. Quick. 
Aladdin in London. Hume. 
Aladdin O'Brien. Morris. 
Alain Tanger's wife. Yoxall. 
Alarcon, Pedro A. de. 

Brunhilde. 

Strange friend of Tito Gil. 
Albert Savarus. Balzac. 

Albrecht. Bates. 

Alcott, Louisa M. 

Modern Mephistopheles. 
Moods. 

Alden, William L. 
Among the freaks. 
Drcwitt's dream. 
Told by the colonel; [stories.] 

Aldrich« Thomas B. 
Marjorie Daw, and other stories. A36sm 
Prudence Palfrey. A365pr 

Queen of Sheba. A365q 

Sea turn, and other matters; [stories.] 

A365se 
Stillwater tragedy. A36sst 

Two bites at a cherry, and other stories. 

A365tw 
Aldrich, Thomas B., Joint author. See 
Oliphant, Mrs. Margaret O. W. 



A287f 

A297fl 

A297g 
A297gu 

A297h 

A297J. 
A297J0 

A297I 
A297le 
A297I0 
A297m 

A2970 
A2970I 
A2970V 
A297pr 

A297S 
A297SO 
A297SP 
A297st 

A297t 
A297W 

P367a 

BS54a 

QSa 

H92ia 

M876al 

Y83a 

A32ibr 
A32ist 
Bi98al 

B328a 

A35Sm 
A35Smo 

A359a 
A359d 
A359t 



Alec Forbes of Howglen. Mat 

Alencar, J086 M. de. 

Iragema, the honey-lips. 
Alexander, Mrs., pseud. 

Admiral's ward. 

At bay. 

Barbara, lady's maid and pee 

Beaton's bargain. 

Blind fate. 

Broken links. 

Crooked path. 

Executor. 

Her dearest foe. 

Heritage of Langdale. 

Look before you leap. 

Maid, wife or widow? 

Mammon. 

Snare of the fowler. 

Stronger than love. 

Ward in chancery. 

Wooing o't. 
Alexander, Eleanor. 

Rambling rector. 

Alexander, Francesca. 

Christ's folk in the Apennine 
Story of Ida. 
Alfred Hagart's household. S 

AU Aziz Efendi. 

Story of Jewad. 
Alice. Lytton. 
Alice Dugdale, and other storie 

Alice Lorraine. Blackmore. 
Alice of old Vincennes. Thon 
Alien from the commonwealth 

Aliens. Wright. 

Aline. Gr^ville. 

Alkahest. Balzac. 

All along the river. Braddon. 

All he knew. Habberton. 

All on the Irish Shore. So: 

Ross. 
All sorts and conditions of mei 

Allan Dare and Robert le Dia 

Allan Quatermain. Haggard 
Allan's wife, and other tales. 



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Allen, Anne S. 






Amazon. Dingelstedt. 


D584a 


Merry hearts. 




A422m 


Ambassadors. James. 


J27a 


Allen, Grrant. 






Amber gods, and other stories. 


Spofford. 


British barbarians. 




A42Sbr 




S762a 


Michael's Crag. 




A425m 


Ambitious woman. Fawcett. 


F278am 


Rosalba. 




A425r 


Amelia. Fielding. 


F4S9a 


Allen, James L. 






American. James. 


J27am 


Aftermath; sequel to Kentucky cardinal. 


American baron. De Mille. 


D379a 






A427a 


American claimant, and other 


stories. 


Choir invisible. 




A427C 


Twain. 


T969am 


Flute and violin, and 


other 


Kentucky 


American coin. 


Xiia 


tales and romances. 




A427f 


American girl in Munich. Daniels. 


Kentucky cardinal. 




A427k 




D 185. 22a 


Mettle of the pasture. 




A427me 


American husband in Paris. Dodd. 06393 


Reign of law. 




A427r 


American in Paris. Savidge. 


S267a 


Summer in Arcady. 




A427S 


American politician. Crawford. 


C899am 


Allisto. Emersie. 




E53.22a 


American prisoner. Phillpotts. 


Ps64a 


"All's dross but love." Lancaster. L244a 


American senator. Trollope. 


T847am 


Airs fair in love. Sawyer. 




S27ia 


Ames, Lucia T. 




Allston, Margaret, pseud. 


See 


Farquhar, 


Memoirs of a millionaire. 


A5i3m 


Anna. 
Allston, Washington. 

Monaldi. 




A442m 


Ames, Mrs. Mary C. 

Eirene. 

His two wives. 


A5i4e 
AsMh 


Alma-Tadema, Laurence. 






Amethyst box. Green. 


G795am 


Love's martyr. 




A443I 


Among the freaks. Alden. 


A359a 


Wings of Icarus. 




A443W 


Among the hills. Poynter. 


P892a 


Almayer's folly. Conrad. 




C7S4a 


Among the palms. Duryea. 


D969a 


Alone in China, and other 


stories. Ralph. 


Amos Barton. Eliot. 


in E42S 


f 




Ri63a 


Amos Judd. Mitchell. 


M68ia 


Aloys. Auerbach. 




A9i7a 


Amos Kilbright. Stockton. 


S866am 


Alpine fay. Werner. 




W492a 


Amy Herbert. Sewell. 


SsiSa 


Alroy. Beaconsfield. 




B364a 


Amygdala. Edmonds. 


E23 . 22a 


Same. 


inr823.86wv. 7 


Anastasius. Hope. 


H 792. 22a 


Alsacian schoolmaster. 
Chatrian. 


Erckmann and 
E65a 


Andersen, Hans C. 

Improvisators 


A544i 


Alton Locke, tailor and poet. Kingsley. 


Only a fiddler. 


A5440 






K55a 


Two baronesses. 


A544t 


Altsheler, Joseph A. 






Andersonville violets. Collingw 


ood. 


Before the dawn. 




.\469be 




C7i2.22a 


Guthrie of the Times. 




A469gu 


Andreas Hofer. Mvihlbach. 


M952a 


Herald of the West. 




A469h 


Andrews, Mary R. S. 




In circling camps. 




A469i 


Vive Tempereur. 


A568vi 


In hostile red. 




A469in 


Andromeda. Fleming. 


F597a 


My captive. 




A469m 


Andronike. Xenos. 


Xsa 


Soldier of Manhattan. 




A469S 


Ange Pitou. Dumas. 


D886an 


Wilderness road. 




A469W 


Angel in a web. Ralph. 


Ri63an 


Amadis of Gaul. Lobeira. 




L797a 


Anglo-Americans. Cleeve. 


C624a 


Amanda of the mill. Van Vorst. 


V285.22a 


Anglomaniacs. Harrison. 


H3i8a 


Amaryllis at the fair. Jefferies. 


J44am 


Ann Arbor tales. Harriman. 


H297a 


Amateur cracksman. Hornung. 


H8i6a 


Anna Karenina. Tolstoi. 


T654a 


Amazing marriage. Meredith. 


Msspam 


Anna of the Five Towns. Bennett. B469an 



ENGLISH PROSB FICTION. 



Anna the adventuress. Oppenheim. 062a 
Annals of a quiet neighborhood. Mac- 
do nald. Mi35an 
Annals of a sportsman. Turgenieff. T936a 
Annals of the parish. Gait. Gi79a* 
Anne. Woolson. W9i6a 
Anne Carmel. Overton. Opsan 
Anne of Geierstein. Scott. S43ian 
Anne Scarlett. Taylor. T244an 
Anne Warwick. Craik. €8873 
Annie Kilburn. Howells. HSSQa 
Annouchka. Turgenieff. T936an 
Annunzio, Gabriele d'. 
Flame of life. rA6i5f 
Intruder; same as Victim. rA6i5i 
Maidens of the rocks. rA6i5m 
Victim; same as Intruder. rA6i5v 

"Another story." Duff. in D854m 

Anstey, F., pseud. 
Baboo Hurry Bungsho Jabberjee, B. A. 

A625b 

Bayard from Bengal. A625ba 

Brass bottle. A625br 

Giant's robe, A62Sgi 

Love among the lions. A625I0 

Lyre and lancet. A625ly 

Statement of Stella Maberly. A625st 

Talking horse; [stories.] A625t 

Tinted Venus. A625ti 

Tourmalin's time cheques. A625to 

Vice versa. A62Svi 

Antigone. Bourget. B772a 

Antinous. Taylor. T24oa 

Antiquary. Scott. S43iant 

Antonia. Sand. 82133 

Same. in 843 . 82m v . 13 

Antonina. Collins. C7i3an 

Antony Brade. Lowell. L9i8a 
Antrobus, Mrs. C. L. 

Quality Corner. A635.93q 
Antrobus, Mrs. Suzanne. 

King's messenger. A636k 

Apache princess. King. K52ap 

Aphrodite. Eckstein. Ei9a 

Apology of Ayliffe. Kirk. K59ap 

Apostate. Daudet. 02393 
Apostles of the Southeast. Bullen. 69363 

Apotheosis of Mr. Tyrawley. Prescott. 

P929a 
Appleton, Robert, pseud. See Zubof, Ro- 
m3n I. 



Apprentices to destiny. Long. L848.22a 
April hopes. Howells. H859ap 

April's sowing. Hall. Hi76a 

Arachne. Ebers. Ei6a 

Arblay, Mme. Frances B. d*. 

Cecilia. A665C 

Evelina. 2v. A665e 

Same; introd. by A. Dobson. A665ed 

Archbishop and the lady. Crowninshield. 

C954a 
Archbishop's unguarded moment. Adams. 

A2i6a 

Archie Lovell. Edwardes. E24a 

Archierey of Samara. Iliowizi. I28a 

Ardath. Corelli. C797a 

Arden Massiter. Barry. 62793 

Ardis Cl3verden. Stockton. S8663r 

Argonauts. Orzeszko. 079* 

Argonauts of North Liberty. Harte. H327a 

Aristocracy, Author of. 

American coin. Xiia 

Aristocracy. X 1 1 ar 

Expatriation. Xiie 

Aristocrats. [Atherton.] rA868ar 

Arm3d3le. Collins. C7i33r 

Armorel of Lyonesse. Besant. B554ar 

Armourer's prentices. Yonge. ¥563 

Army Portia. King. in K52S 

Army wife. King. K52ar 

Arn3ud's mssterpiece. L3rned. L326a 

Arne. Bjornson. in B625sy 

[Amim, Mary A. B., gr'URn von.] 

Adventures of Elizabeth in Riigen. A7Sia 

Benef3ctress. A75ib 

Around 3 spring. Droz. D7933 

Around the world in eighty d3ys. Verne. 

V53it 
Arr3h Neil. Jsmes. J263rr 

Arrom, Mme. Cecilia B. de. See C3b3lIero, 

Fernsn. 
Arrows of the Almighty. Johnson. J68.4ia 
Ars et vita, 3nd other stories. Sulliv3n. 

S952a 
Arthur Arundel. Smith. 86493 

Arthur Bonnicastle. Holland. H735a 

Arthur Mervyn. Brown. B877.33a 

Arthur O'Leary. Lever. L658a 

Artie. Ade. 8i7.49A228ar 

Artifici3l mother. [Putn3m.] P989.223 
Artists* wives. D3udet. D2383r 

S3me. in r843 . 88 w v. 14 



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Arundel motto. Hay. 
As it was written. Harland. 
As the light led. Baskett. 
As the tide turns. Hullah. 
As the twig is bent. Chenery. 



H4i3a 
H282a 

B3i5a 

Hpiaa 

C5i2as 



As the world goes by. Brooks. B873.iias 
As they did it. Coddington. C669a 

As we went marching on. Hosmer. H826a 
Asa Holmes. Johnston. J72a 

Asbein. Schubin. S384a 

Ascanio. Dumas. D886as 

Ascutncy Street. Whitney. W6i72^ 

Asenath of the Ford. Rita. RSpSa 

Ashes of empire. Chambers. C445a 

Ashton, Mark. 
Azalim. A829a 

She stands alone. A829S 

Askaros Kassis, the Copt. De Leon. 

D346.22a 
Aspasia. Hamerling. H2i4a 

Aspern papers. James. J27as 

Assassins. Meakin. M483as 

Associate hermits. Stockton. S866as 

Ass'ya. Turg6nieff. in T936U 

Astonishing history of Troy Town. Couch. 

C8s3as 
Aster, John J. 

Journey in other worlds. A857J 

Aster, William W. 
Sforza. A858S 

Valentino A858V 

At a winter's fire. Capes. C239.22a 

At bay. Alexander. A374at 

At Brown's. Ludlum. L946a 

At Capri. Detlef. D48ia 

At close range. Smith. S647at 

At daybreak. Stirling. S86i.22a 

At home with the Jardines. Bell. B434at 
At large. Hornung. H8i6at 

At love's extremes. Thompson. T474at 
At odds. Tautphoeus. T225a 

At Sunwich Port. Jacobs. Ji7a 

At the back of beyond. Barlow. B258a 

At the councillor's. Marlitt. M348a 

At the cross-roads. Montresor. M8iia 

At the foot of the Rockies. Goodloe. 

G653at 
At the Red Glove. Macquoid. Mi73a 

At the rising of the moon. Mathew. M428a 
At the sign of the Fox. Xi7at 

At the sign of the Silver Crescent. Prince. 

P955a 



At the Sign of the Silver Flagon. Farjeon. 

F229a 

At the threshold. Dearborn. D284a 

At the time appointed. Barbour. B239at 

At Tuxter's. Burgin. B956a 

At ye Greene Griffin. Holt. H758a 

At you-all's house. Baskett. B3isat 

Atala. Chateaubriand. C492a 

Atelier du Lys. Roberts. R646a 

Atherten, Mrs. Gertrude F. H. 

Aristocrats. rA868ar 

Californians. rA868c 

Conqueror. A868co 

Daughter of the vine. rA868d 
Patience Sparhawk and her times. rA868p 

Rulers of kings. A868r 

Senator North. A868se 

Splendid idle forties; [stories.] A868sp 

Atkinson, Eleanor. 

Mamzelle Fifine. A875m 

Atlantic tales; collection of stories from 

the Atlantic monthly. Zi9ia 

Audrey. Johnston. J73a 

Auerbachy Berthold. 

Aloys. A9i7a 

Black Forest village stories. A9i7b 

Brigitta. A9i7br 

Convicts and their children. A917C 

Joseph in the snow. A917J 

Landolin. A917I 
Master Bieland and his workmen. A9i7m 

On the heights. A9170 

Spinoza. A917S 

Villa on the Rhine. 2v. A917V 

Waldfried. A917W 

Auld licht idylls. Barrie. B275a 
Auld licht manse, and other sketches. 

Barrie. B27Sau 

Aulnay Tower. Howard. H848a 

Aunt Abby's neighbors. Slosson. S634a 

Aunt Anne. Clifford. C638a 

Aunt Jane's hero. Prentiss. P927a 

Aunt Serena. Howard. H848au 

Aurelian. Ware. W273a 

Auriol. Ainsworth. A297a 

Aurora. Tincker. T587a 

Aurora Floyd. Braddon. B798au 
Austen, Jane. 

Emma. A933e 

Mansfield Park. A933m 

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Babcock, Mrs. Winnifred £. See Watanna, 


Persuasion. 


A933P 


Onoto. 




Pride and prejudice. 


A933Pr 


Babe, B. A. Benson. 


B475b 


Sense and sensibility. 


A933S 


Babes in the woods. De Mille. 


D379b 


Austin, Mrs. Jane G. 




Babolain. Droz. 


D793b 


Betty Alden. 


A936b 


Baboo Hurry Bungsho Jabberjee, 


B. A. 


David Alden's daughter, and other stories 


Anstey. 


A62Sb 


of colonial times. 


A936d 


Baby John. [Whitaker.] 


W577b 


Desmond hundred. 


A936de 


Baby's grandmother. Walford. 


Wi74b 


Dr. Le Baron and his daughters. A936do 


Bacheller, Irving. 




Dora Darling. 


A936doi: 


Darrel of the Blessed Isles. 


Bi2id 


Dora Darling and Little Sunshine; same 


DVi and I. 


Bi2idr 


as Outpost; sequel to Dora Darling. 


Eben Holden. 


Bi2ie 




A936dora 


Vergilius. 


B121V 


Mrs. Beauchamp Brown. 


A936m 


Bachelor maid. Harrison. 


H3i8b 


Nameless nobleman. 


A936n 


Bachelor's Christmas, and other 


stories. 


Outpost; same as Dora Darling and Lit- 


Grant. 


G764b 


tle Sunshine. 


A936dora 


Bachelors' club. Zangwill. 


in Z29ce 


Standish of Standish. 


A936S 


Back to the soil. Gilman. 


G487b 


Austin, Martha W. 




Backwoodsman. Stanley. 


S787.22b 


Veronica. 


A937ve 


Bacon, Mrs. Dolores M. 




Austin, Mrs. Mary H. 




Diary of a musician. 


Bi27d 


Isidro. 


A937.22id 


Bacon, Mrs. Dolores M., joint author. See 


Austin Elliot. Kingsley. 


K>;6a 


Eggleston, George C. 




Autobiography of a New England farm- 


Bacon, Mrs. Josephine D. D. See Daskam, 


house. Chamberlain. 


C443iia 


Josephme D. 




Autobiography of a "newspaper 


girl." 


Bad penny. Wheelwright. 


W566b 


Banks. 


B2i7a 


Bagby, Albert M. 




Autobiography of a quack. Mitchell. 


"Miss Traiimerei." 


Bi44m 




M682au 




Bi44m 


Autobiography of Mark Rutherford. 


Bagot, Richard. 




Rutherford. 


R975a 


Donna Diana. 


Di48do 


Autocrats. Lush. 


L969a 


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S2i3b 


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Hi68au 


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Avatar. Gautier. 


G277a 


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Bi53m 


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Average woman. Balestier. 


Bi84a 


Karl of Erbach. 


BiS4k 


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P538av 


My lady of Orange. 


BiS4m 


Award of justice. Barbour. 


B239aw 


Bailiff's maid. Marlitt. 


M348b 


Awkward age. James. 


J27aw 


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Axel and Anna. Bremer. 


in B836d 


Dmitri. 


Bi62d 


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T847ay 


Baker, WilHam M. 




Aylwin. Dunton. 


D927a 


Blessed Saint Certainty. 


Bi69b 


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in Gi79a 


His majesty myself. 


Bi69h 


Azalim. Ashton. 


A829a 


Inside. 


Bi69i 


Azarian. Spoflford. 


S762az 


Mose Evans. 


Bi69m 


Aztec treasure-house. Janvier. 


J535a 


New Timothy. 


B 16911 


Babcock, William H. 




Year worth living. 


Bi69y 


Brides of the Tiger. 


Bii2b 


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BlI2C 


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New waggings of old tales. 

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Banishment of Jessop Blythe. Hatton. 

H366b 

Banker and the bear. Webster. W379b 

Banker of Bankersville. Thompson.T474b 

Banks, Elizabeth L. 

Autobiography of a "newspaper girl." 

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Banks, Mrs. Nancy H. 

Little hills. B2i81i 

Oldfield. B2180 

Round Anvil Rock. B2i8ro 

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Banning and blessing. Roberts. R646b 

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Bar sinister. Davis. D264b 

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Barbara Blomberg. Ebers. Ei6b 

Barbara Ladd. Roberts. B643ba 
Barbara, lady's maid and peeress. 

Alexander. A374b 

Barbara's history. Edwards. E25b 

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Barbarossa. Bolanden. B686b 

Barbarossa, and other tales. Heyse. 

H62ib 

Barbe of Grand Bayou. Oxenham. 097b 

Barbour, Anna M. 
At the time appointed. B329at 

Award of justice. B239aw 

That Mainwaring affair. 82391 

Barbour, Ralph H. 
Land of joy. B239.22I 

Barchester Towers. Trollope. T847b 

Barclay's daughter. Ludlum. L946b 

Bardeen, Charles W. 
Fifty-five years old, and other stories 
about teachers. B245f 

Barham of Beltana. Norris. N86ib 

Baring-Gould, Sabine. See Gould, Sabine 
Baring — . 

Barker's luck, and other stories. Harte. 

H327b 
Barlasch of the guard. Merriman. M57ib 
Barlow, Jane. 
At the back of beyond; [stories.] B258a 
Creel of Irish stories. B258cr 

Founding of fortunes. B258fo 

From the land of the shamrock; [stories.] 

B258fr 

Irish idylls. B258ir 

Maureen's fairing; [stories.] B258ma 

Strangers at Lisconnel. B258st 

Barnaby Rudge. Dickens. D547b 

Barnes, James. 

For king or country. B26if 
Loyal traitor. B261I 
Son of Light Horse Harry. B261S 
Yankee ships and Yankee sailors; [stor- 
ies.] B26iy 
Baron Munchausen. Raspe. R226t 
Barque Future. Lie.* L7i6b 

Barr, Mrs. Amelia E. 

Beads of Tasmer. B267b 

Belle of Bowling Green. B267be 

Bernicia. B267ber 

Between two loves. B267bet 

Black shilling. B267bl 

Border shepherdess. B267bo 

Bow of orange ribbon. B267bow 

Daughter of Fife. B267d 

Feet of clay. B267f 

Flower of Gala Water. B267fl 

Friend Olivia. B267fr 



Hallam succession. 
Household of McNeil. 
Jan Vedder's wife. 
King's highway. 
Knight of the nets. 
Last of the Macallisters. 
Lion's whelp. 
Lone house. 
Lost silver at Briffault. 



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Love for an hour is love forever. B267I0V 
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orange ribbon. B267m 

Master of his fate. B267ma 
Mate of the Easter Bell, and other 

stories. B267mat 

Paul and Christina. B267P 

Preacher's daughter. B267pr 

Prisoners of conscience. B267pri 

Remember the Alamo. B267T 

Rose of a hundred leaves. B267ro 

Sister to Esau. B267S 

Song of a single note. B267SO 

Souls of passage. B267SOU 

Squire of Sandal-side. B267sq 

Thyra Varrick. B267t 

Trinity bells. B267tr 

Was it right to forgive? B267W 
Barr, Robert 

Chicago princess. B268C 

Face and the mask; [stories.] B268f 

From whose bourne. B268fr 

In the midst of alarms. B268i 

Over the border. B2680V 

Prince of good fellows. B268p 

Revenge; [stories.] B268r 

Strong arm. ^ B268st 

Tekla. B268t 

Victors. B268V 

Woman intervenes. B268W 

Barr, Robert, joint author. See Crane, 

Stephen. 
Barr, Walter. 

Shacklett. B268.62S 
Barrett, Frank. 

Justification of Andrew Lebrun. B273J 

Set of rogues. B273S 
Barrett, Wilson. 

Never-never land. B274n 

Sign of the cross. B274S 
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B275au 

Holiday in bed, and other sketches. 

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Little minister. B275I 
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My lady Nicotine. B275m 
Sentimental Tommy. B2753 
Tillyloss scandal; [stories.] B275t 
Tommy and Grizel; sequel to Sentimen- 
tal Tommy. B275to 
When a man's single. B275W 
Window in Thrums. B275wi 
Barriers burned away. Roe. R699b 

Barrili, Anton G. 

Devil's portrait. B275.22d 

Eleventh commandment. B275.22e 

Whimsical wooing. B275.22W 

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Wilson. 

Barrow, Elizabeth N. 

Fortune of war. B278f 

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Daughter of Thespis. B278.22d 

Barry, William. 

Arden Massiter. B279a 

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New Antigone. B279n 

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Joan of the alley. B291J 
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Heart stories. B29i.22h 

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Hero in homespun. B293h 

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Basil and Annette. Far j eon. F229b 

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As the light led. B3i5a 

At you-all's house. B3isat 

Sweetbrier and thistledown. B315SW 



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Hippolyte, and Golden-beak. B3i9h 

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Albrecht B328a 

Book o'nine tales. B328bo 

Diary of a saint B328di 
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Love in a cloud. B328I0 

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Battle of the strong. Parker. P239b 

Bauer, Clara. See Detlef, Carl. 

Baumbach, Rudolph. 

Summer legends. B348SU 

Baxter, Mrs. Lucy E. See Scott, Leader. 

Bay-path. Holland. H735b 

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Bayard's courier. Benson. B474ba 

Baylor, Frances C. 

Behind the Blue Ridge. B358be 

Claudia Hyde. B3s8cl 

Ladder of fortune. B538I 

On both sides. B358on 
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B358sh 
Bayly, Ada E. See Lyall, Edna. 

Bayou folk. Chopin. C549b 

Bayou Triste. Nicholls. N6i4ba 

Ba24n, Emilia P. 

Mortrina. B362m 

Wedding trip. B362W 

Bazin, Ren6. 

Blot of ink. B363bl 

Beaconsfield, Benjamifa Disraeli, zst earl of 

Alroy. B364a 

Coningsby. B364C 

Contarini Fleming. B364CO 

Henrietta Temple. B364h 

Lothair. B364I 

Sybil. B364S 

Venetia. B364V 

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V. 5-6. Contarini Fleming, Count Alar- 
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V. 7. Alroy, and Infernal marriage. 

V. 8-9. Henrietta Temple, and Carrier 
pigeon, and other sketches. 

V. lo-ii. Venetia, and I^etters of Run- 
nymede. 

V. 12-13. Coningsby, and Selected 
speeches. 

V. 14-16. Sybil, and Tancred. 

V. 17-18. Lothair, and I^etters of Dis- 
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Young duke. B364y 

Beads of Tasmer. Barr. B267b 

Beale, Anne. 

Simplicity and fascination. B365S 

Beams, D., joint author. See Jepson, Ed- 
gar. 
Bean, F. 

Pudney and Walp. B366.33P 

Beaten path. Makin. M23Sb 

Beatons bargain. Alexander. 374be 

Beatrice. Haggard. Hi45b 

Beatrice. Kavanagh. K22b 

Beatrice Cenci. Guerrazzi. G934b 

Beatrice of Bayou Teche. Jones. J76b 

Beatrice of Venice. Pemberton. P395be 

Beau Nash. Ainsworth. A297b 

Beauchamp. James. J26b 

Beauchampe. Simms. S594b 

Beauchamp's career. Meredith. Msspb 

Beaumont, Mary. 
Ringby lass, and other stones. B379ri 

Beaurepaire, Guemay de. Woodman. 

B383W 
Beau's comedy. Dix and Harper. D 169. 22b 
Beautiful Joe. Saunders. S2S7b 

Beautiful Mrs. Moulton. Stephenson. 

S837be 
Beauty and the beast, and tales of home. 

Taylor. T238b 

Beaux messieurs de Bois-Dorc. Sand. 

in 843.82m V. 9-10 
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Because of conscience. Blanchard. B639b 
Becke, Lrouis. 

Pacific talcs. B394P 

Becke, Louis, and Jeffery, Walter. 

Tapu of Banderah. B394.iit 



Beckett, Charles H. 

Who is John Noman? B396W 

Beckford, William. 

History of the Caliph Vathek. B397V 

Bede, Cuthbert, pseud. 
Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green. B4iia 
Little Mr. Bouncer and his friend Ver- 
dant Green. B411I 
Bede's charity. Stretton. S9i6b 
Bedford, Jessie. See Godfrey Elizabeth. 
Bedouin girl. Higginson. H636.44b 
Bee-man of Orn, and other fanciful tales. 
Stockton. S866b 
Beechcroft. Yonge. Ys6s 
Beechcroft at Rockstone. Yonge. Y56IJ 
Beecher, Henry W. 

Norwood. B4i5n 

Beers, Henry A. 

Suburban pastoral^ and other tales. 

B416SU 
Before the crisis. Mott. M92ib 

Before the dawn. Altsheler. A469be 

Before the dawn. Dulac. B878b 

Before the dawn. Noble. N748.22b 

Beggar my neighbour. Gerard. G357b 

Beggars all. Dougall. D73ib 

Begum's daughter. Bynner. B994b 

Behind the Blue Ridge. Baylor. B358be 
Behind the counter. Hacklander. Hi22b 
Behind the veil. Holt. H758b 

Behrens, Bertha. See Heimburg, W. 
Belted seas. Colton. C725be 

Beleaguered. Koerner. K78b 

Beleaguered city. Oliphant. 047b 

Beleaguered forest. Peattie. P365b 

Belger, Mrs. Frances C. See Baylor, Fran- 
ces C. 
Belhaven tales. Harrison. H3i8be 

Belinda — and some others. [Maude.] M447b 
Bell, James J. 

Ethel. B433et 

Jess & Co. B433J 

Later adventures of Wee Macgreegor. 

B433I 
Mr. Pennycook's boy. B433mi 

Mrs. M'Lerie. B443mis 

Wee Macgreegor. B433we 

Bell, Lilian. 

At home with the Jardines. B434at 

Book of girls; [stories.] B434bo 

Dowager countess and the American girl. 

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Relentless city. 


B475r 


Interference of Patricia. 


B434i 


Rubicon. 


B475ru 


Little sister to the wilderness. 


B434I 


Vintage. 


B475V 


Love affairs of an old maid. 


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Bentley's miscellany. Old 'miscellany' 


Sir John and the American girl; 


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Under side of things. 


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Benvenuta. Marshall. 


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Bell of St. Paul's. Besant. 


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Bell-ringer of Angel's, and other stories. 


Bergerac, Cyrano de. 




Harte. 


H327be 


Voyage to the moon. 


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Bellamy, Edward. 




Berkeleys and their neighbors. 


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Blindman's world, and other stories. 




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Dr. HeidenhoflF's process. 


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"Woe to the conquered!" 


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Duke of Stockbridge. 


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Berlin and Sans-souci. Miihlbach 


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Equality. 


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Bernicia. Barr. 


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Looking backward, 2000-1887. 


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Bernstein, Herman. 




Miss Ludington's sister. 


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In the gates of Israel. 


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Belle. [Whitaker.] 


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Belle Nivernaise, La. Daudet. 


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Last Penacook. 


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Same. m r 843. 88w v. 6 


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Belle of Bowling Green. Barr. 


B267be 


Berthet, E. 




Bellerue. Jay. 


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Catacombs of Paris. 


B539C 


Belloc, Hilaire. 




Bertie Griffiths. Edwardes. 


in E24pl 


Emmanuel Burden, merchant. 


B446em 


Bertram family. Charles. 


C475b 


Belshazzar. Davis. 


D26sb 


Bertrams. Trollope. 


T847ber 


Belt, Harriet P. 




Besant, Sir Walter. 




Mirage of promise. 


B453m 


Alabaster box. 


B5S4a 


Belton estate. Trollope. 


T847be 


All sorts and conditions of men. 


B554al 


Ben-Hur. Wallace. 


WiQib 


Armorel of Lyonesse. 


B554ar 


Same. 


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Bell of St. Paul's. 


B554b 


Benefactress. [Arnim.] 


A75ib 


Beyond the dreams of avarice. 


B554be 


Benefits forgot. Balestier. 


Bi84b 


Children of Gibeon. 


B554C 


Bengough, M. A. 




Dorothy Forster. 


B554d 


In a promised land. 


B466i 


For faith and freedom. 


B554f 


Bennet, Robert A. 




Fountain sealed. 


B554fo 


For the white Christ. 


B468fo 


Fourth generation. 


B554fou 


Bemiett, Arnold. 




Holy rose; [stories.] 


B554h 


Anna of the Five Towns. 


B469an 


In deacon's orders, and other 


stories. 


Bennett twins. Hurd. 


H959b 




B5S4i 


Benson, Blackwood K. 




Inner house. 


B554in 


Bayard's courier. 


B474ba 


Ivory gate. 


BsS4iv 


Friend with the countersign. 


B474f 


Lady of Lynn. 


BS54l 


Who goes there? 


B474W 


Master craftsman. 


B554m 


Benson, Edward F. 




No other way. 


BsS4n 


Act in a backwater. 


B475a 


Orange girl. 


BS540 


Babe, B. A. 


3475b 


Rebel queen. 


B5S4r 


Capsina. 


B47SC 


Revolt of man. 


B554re 


Dodo. 


B475d 


St. Katherine's by the Tower. 


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Besant, Sir Walter. 

To call her mine; [stories.] B554t 

World went very well then. B554W 

Besant, Sir Walter, and Rice, James. 
By Celiacs arbour. B554-"b 

Case of Mr. Lucraft, and other tales. 

B554.11C 
Chaplain of the Fleet. B554.iich 

Golden butterfly. B554.iig 

Monks of Thelema. B554.iim 

My little girl. BsS4.iimy 

Ready-money Mortiboy. B554.iir 

Seamy side. B554.1IS 

Ten years' tenant, and other stories. 

B554.iit 

This son of Vulcan. B554.iith 

'Twas in Trafalgar's Bay, and other 

stories. B554.iitw 

Beside the bonnie brier bush. Watson. 

W339b 
Beside the river. Macquoid. Mi73b 

Bessie. Kavanagh. K22be 

Best of husbands. Payn. P34Sb 

Betham-Edwards, Matilda B. See Edwards, 

Matlida B. Betham— . 
Bethesda. Elbon. E37b 

Bethesda Pool. Richards. in RS17J 

Bethia Wray's new name. Douglas. D733b 
B/ethusy-Huc, Valeska, grUfin von. See 

Reichenbach Moritz von. 
Betrayal. Oppenheim. 062be 

Betrothed. Manzoni. M296b 

Betrothed. Scott. S43ib 

Better sort. James. J27be 

Better times. Kirk. Kspb 

Betts, Lillian W. 

Story of an East-side family. Bs65st 

Betty Alden. Austin. A936b 

Betty Zane. Grey. G845b 

Between the heather and the northern sea. 

Linskill. L759.22b 

Between the lines. King. Ks2b 

Between two loves. Barr. B267bet 

Between whiles. Jackson. Ji2b 

Beverly of Graustark. McCutcheon. Mi33be 
Bewitched. Pendleton. P398b 

Bewitched fiddle, and other Irish tales. 

MacManus. M 167 . 32b 

Beyond chance of change. Shafer. S52sbe 
Beyond the city gates. Watson. W337b 



Beyond the dream of avarice. Besant. 

B554be 
Beyond the gates. Phelps. P538be 

Biart, Lucien. 

Adventures of a young naturalist. B579a 
Bicycle of Cathay. Stockton. S866bi 

Biddy's episodes. Whitney. W6i7bi 

Bierce, Ambrose. 

Tales of soldiers and civilians. 65891 
Bigelow, Mrs. Edith £. 

Diplomatic disenchantments. B592d 

While Charlie was away. B592W 

Bik^las, Demetrios. 

Tales from the Aegean. B594t 

Billy Bellew. Norris. N86ibi 

Billy Duane. Mathews. M429bi 

Bilse, Oswald F. 

Dear fatherland. B6iid 

Little garrison. B611I 

Bingham, Katharine, pseud. 

Philadelphians as seen by a New York 
woman. B6i3ph 

Biography of a prairie girl. Gates. G258b 
Bird, Robert M. 

Nick of the Woods. B6i8n 

Birt, Archibald. 

Castle Czvargas. B621C 

Birth and education. Schwartz. S399b 

Bischoff, Joseph E. K. See Bolanden, Kon- 
rad von. 

Bishop, William H. 

Brown stone boy, and other queer * peo- 
ple. B622br 
Detmold. B622d 
Choy Susan, and other stories. B622ch 
Golden justice. B622go 
House of a merchant prince. B622ho 
Pound of cure. B622po 
Writing to Rosina. B622wr 
Yellow snake. B622y 

Bishop. Brady. B8i2bi 

Bishop's Cranworth. Marshall. M367bi 

Bisland, Elizabeth. 

Candle of understanding. B623.22C 

Bjdmson, Bjbmstjeme. 

Bridal march, Captain Mansana, Magn- 

hild, and Dust. B625br 

Fisher lass. B625fi 
Happy boy, Fisher maiden, and Later 

sketches. B625h 

Heritage of the Kurts. B625he 



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In God's way. B625in 

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Capital courtship. B626.33C 

Black, Mrs. Margaret H. P. See Potter, 
Margaret H. 

Black, WiUiam. 

Briseis. B627b 

Daughter of Heth. B627d 

Donald Ross of Heimra. B627do 

Green pastures and Piccadilly. B627g 

Handsome Humes. B627h 

Highland cousins. B627hi 

In far Lochaber. B627i 

In silk attire. B627in 

Judith Shakespeare. B627J 

Kilmeny. B627k 

Macleod of Dare. B627m 

Madcap Violet. B627ma 
Maid of Killeena, and other stories 

B627mai 

Mr. Pisistratus, Brown, M. P. in the 

Highlands, Four Macnicols, and Pupil 

of Aurelius. B627mi 

Monarch of Mincing Lane. B627mo 

Penance of John Logan, and other tales. 

B627P 
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Princess of Thulc. B627pri 

Sabina Zembra. B627S 

Shandon bells. B627sh 

Stand fast, Craig-Royston! B627st 

Strange adventures of a house-boat. 

B627str 
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That beautiful wretch. B627t 

Three feathers. B627th 

White heather. B627W 

White wings. B627wh 

Wild Eelin. B627wi 

Wise women of Inverness, and other mis- 
cellanies. B627wis 
Wolfenberg. B627WO 
Yolande. B627y 
Black arrow. Stevenson. 

in 828.89 S848V.8 
Black Beauty. Sewell. SSMb 



Black but comely. Melville. 
Black carnation. Hume. 
Black curtain. Longhead. 
Black diamonds. Jokai. 
Black Douglas. Crockett. 
Black dwarf. Scott. 



M53ib 
H92ib 
L887b 

J74b 
C938bl 
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Black Forest village stories. Auerbach. 

A9i7b 
Black Friday. Isham. I79bl 

Black gown. Hall. Hi78.42b 

Black heart and white heart. Haggard. 

in Hi4Se 
Black ice. Tourgee. T727b 

Black Lion Inn. Lewis. L673bl 

Black robe. Collins. C7i3bl 

Black Rock. Connor. C753b 

Black shilling. Barr. B267bl 

Black, the story of a dog. Dumas. D886b 
Black tulip. Dumas. D886bl 

Same. in D886sy 

Black Wolf's breed. Dicksun. D5S4bl 

Blackmore, Richard D. 
Alice Lorraine. B629a 
Christowell. B629C 
Clara Vaughan. B629CI 
Cradock Nowell. B629cr 
Cripps the carrier. B629cri 
Dariel. B629d 
Kit and Kitty. B629k 
Lorna Doone. B629I 
Maid of Sker. B629m 
Mary Anerley. B629ma 
Perlycross. B629P 
Remarkable history of oir Thomas Up- 
more. B629r 
Slain by the Doones, and other stories. 

B629S 

Springhaven. B629SP 

Blackwood, Tales from. First series. I2v. 

Z20ib 

Same. Second series. I2v. Z20ibl 

Same. Third series. 6 v. Z20ib]a 

Blade-o'-grass. Farjeon. F229bl 

Blair, Mrs. Eliza N. 

Lisbeth Wilson. B634.22I 

Blake, Mrs. Mary E. 

Siege of Norwich Castle. B636S 

Blanchard, Amy E. 

Because of conscience. B639b 

Blanche de Beaulieu. Dumas. in D886br 

Same. in D 886r 



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Blanche, Lady Falaise. Shorthouse. SsSQb 
Bland, Mrs. Edith N. See Nesbit, Edith. 
Blatherwick, Charles. 

Uncle Pierce. B645.22U 

Blaze of glory. Winter. W785bl 

Blazed trail. White. W588.22b 

Blazed trail stories. White. W588.22bl 

Bleak House. Dickens. D547bl 

Bledisloe. Trotter. TSsSb 

Blennerhassett. Pidgin. P6i2b 

Blessed Saint Certainty. [Baker.] Bi69b 

Blessing^on, Margaret, Countess of. 

Country quarters. B648C 

Marmaduke Herbert. B648m 

Memoirs of a femme de chambre. B648me 

Meredith. B648mer 

Strath ern. B648S 

Blind fate. Alexander. A374bl 

Blind mother. Caine. in C135I 

Blind musician. Korolenko. K84b 

Blindman's world, and other stories. Bel- 
lamy. B436b 

Blithedale romance. Hawthorne. H399b 
Same. in H399S 

Blix. Norris. N855b 

Blockade of Phalsburg. Erckmann and 
Chatrian. E65b 

Blockade runners. Verne. in V53ifl 

Blood lilies. Eraser. F842bl 

Blood tax. Gerard. G356bl 

Bloody chasm. De Forest. D3i5b 
Blossom, Henry M., jr. 

Checkers. B656C 

Blot of ink. Bazin. B363bl 

Blue flower. Van Dyke. V248bl 

Blue Goose. Nason. N263bl 

Blue pavilions. Couch. C853b 

Blue roses. Dempster. D389b 

Blue stocking. Edwardcs. E24bl 

Bluebeard's keys, and other stories. Thack- 
eray. T362b 
Bluffton. Savage. S264b 
Blum, Edgar C. 

Bertha Laycourt. B658.22b 

BlundelU Mrs. Mary E. See Francis, M. E. 
Boardman, William H. 

Lovers of the woods. B662I 

Bob, son of battle. Ollivant. 049b 

Bobbie McDuflF. Ross. R823b 

"Bobbo," and other fancies. Wharton. 

W554b 



Bodkin, M. McDonnelL 
In the days of Goldsmith. B668i 

Bog-myrtle and peat. Crockett. C938bo 

Bogue, Mrs. Lilian B. See Bell, Lilian. 

Bohemians of London. Whitty. W627b 

Bohemians of the Latin Quarter. Murger. 

rM976b 

Boisgilbert, Edmund, pseud. See Donnelly, 
Ignatius. 

Bolanden, Konrad von, pseud. Barbarossa. 

B686b 

Boldrewood, Rolf, pseud. 

Colonial reformer. B687C 

Ghost Camp. B687gh 

Miner's right. B687m 

Modern buccaneer. B687mo 

My run home. B687my 

Nevermore. B687n 

Plain living. B687p 

Robbery under arms. B687r 

Romance of Canvas Town. B687ro 

Sphinx of Eaglehawk. B687S 

Squatter's dream. B687sq 

Sydney-side Saxon. B687sy 

Bolton, Charles E. 

Harris-Ingram experiment. B694h 

Bonaventure. Cable. Ciisb 

Bondman. Caine. Ci35b 

Boniface, Joseph X. See Saintine, Joseph 
X. Boniface. 

Bonner, Geraldine. 

Hard-pan. B7i6h 

Pioneer. B7i6pi 

To-morrow's tangle. B7i6t 
Bonner, Sherwood, pseud. 

Dialect tales. B7i6.33d 

Suwanee River tales. B716.33S 

Bonny Kate. Reid. R355b 

Bonnybel Vane. Cooke. C772m 

Bonnyborough. Whitney. W6i7bo 
Book-bills of Narcissus. Le Gallienne. 

L496bo 

Book o' nine tales. Bates. B328bo 

Book of girls. Bell. B434bo 

Book of love stories. Perry. P464b 

Book of martyrs. Pratt. P9i2bo 

Book of true lovers. Thanet. T367b 
Boone, Henry B. and Brown, Kenneth. 

Eastover Court House. B724e 

Redfields succession. B724re 
Booth, Mrs. Otto. See Rita. 



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Boothby, Guy N. 

Dr. Nikola's experiment. B726d 

Lost endeavour. B726I 

Marriage of Esther. B726m 

Pharos the Egyptian. B726P 

Border beagles. Simms. S594bo 

Border Leander. Seely. S452b 

Border shepherdess. Barr. B267bo 

Borderland. Fothergill. F76ib 

Born player. West Wsipb 

Borrow, George. 

Isopel Berners; ed. by T. Seccombe. 

B737i 

Lavengro. B737I 

Romany Rye; sequel to Lavengro. B737r 

Boscobel. Ainsworth. A297bo 

Boss, and how he came to rule New York. 

Lewis. L673bo 

Boss, and other dogs. Pool. P82ib 

Boss of Taroomba. Hornung. H8i6b 

Boston neighbours in town and out. Poor. 

P823b 
Bostonians. James. j27bo 

Bottome, Phyllis. 

Life the interpreter. B751I 

Boudcault, Dion* joint author. See Reade, 
Charles. 

Boulger, Mrs. Theodora H. See Gift, Theo. 

Bound together. Conway. C767b 

Bourget, PanL 

Antigone. B772a 

Saint. B772S 

Was it love? B772W 

Bouv6, Edward T. 

Centuries apart. B781C 

Bouvet, Marguerite. 

My lady. B782my 

Bow of orange ribbon. Barr. B267bow 
Bower, Marian. 

Paynton Jacks, gentleman. B786P 

Box of matches. Sears. S439bo 
Boy life on the prairie. Garland. G233bo 

Boy-Lollard. Reed. R323b 
Boyesen, Hjalmar H. 

Falconberg. B79if 

Gunnar. B79ig 

Ilka on the hill-top, and other stories. 

B79ii 
Light of her countenance. B791I 

Social strugglers. B791S 

Tales from two hemispheres. B79it 



Boyle, Virginia F. 

Devil tales. B792d 

Boylston, Peter, pseud. 

John Charaxes. B792J 

Boys and men. Holbrook. H725b 

Boy's town. Howells. HSsob 

Braddon, Mary E. 

All along the river. B798a 

Aurora Floyd. B798au 

Day will come. B798d 

Dead men's shoes. B798de 

Eleanor's victory. B798e 

Joshua Haggard's daughter. B798J0 

Lady Audley's secret. B798I 

Mohawks. B798m 

One thing needful. B7980 

Phantom fortune. B798P 

Bradford, Gamaliel, jr. 

Private tutor. B799P 

Bradley, Edward. See Bede, Cuthbert 

Brady, Cyrus T. 

Bishop. B8i2bi 

Corner in coffee. B8i2co 

Doctor of philosophy. B8i2do 

For love of country. B8i2f 

For the freedom of the sea. B8i2fo 

Grip of honor. B8i2g 

Hohenzollern. B8i2h 

Quiberon touch. B8i2q 

Sir Henry Morgan, buccaneer. B8i2si 

Southerners. B8i2so 

Two captains. 68i2tw 

When blades are out and love's afield. 

B8i2w 
Woven with the ship, together with cer- 
tain other veracious tales. B8i2wo 

Brainerd, Mrs. Eleanor H. See Hoyt, Elea- 
nor. 

Bramleighs of Bishop's Folly. Lever. 

L658br 
Brass bottle. Anstey. A625br 

Brave hearts. Fraser. F842br 

Brave lady. Mulock. M959b 

Bravo. Cooper. C777b 

Brazen calf. Ford. F699b 

Bread-and-cheese and kisses. Farjeon. 

F229br 
Bread and wine. King. K53.23b 

Bread line. Paine. Pi44.73b 



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Breaker of laws. Ridge. R544b 

Breaking into society. Ade. 8i7.49A228br 
Brearley, William H. 

Wanted, a copyist. B828W 

Brearley» William H., joint author. See 

Skeel, Adelaide. 
Bred in the bone. Page. Pi33br 

Brihat, Alfred de, pseud. 

Romance of Trouville. B834r 

Bremer, Fredrika. 

Diary, H — family, Axel and Anna, and 

other tales. B836d 

Home, and Strife and peace. B836h 

Neighbours, and other tales. B836n 

President's daughters, and Nina. B836P 

Bressant. Hawthorne. H398br 

Brethren. Haggard. Hi4Sbr 

Brewster, Anne M. H. 

Compensation. B848C 

St. Martin's summer. B848S 

Brewster's millions. McCutchcon. Mi33br 

Brian Fitz-Count. Crake. C888b 

Brichanteau, actor. Claretie. CSQib 

Bricks without straw. Tourgee. T727br 

Bridal march. Bjornson. B625br 

Bride from the bush. Hornung. H8i6br 

Bride of Japan. Dawe. D269b 

Bride of Lammermoor. Scott. S43ibr 

Bride of the Nile. Ebers. Ei6br 

Brides of the Tiger. Babcock. Bii2b 

Bridge of the gods. Balch. Bi75b 

Bridges, Robert. 

Overheard in Arcjidy. B8510 

Suppressed chapters, and other bookish- 

ness. B851S 

Brief honors. Scudder. S436.22b 

Brigadier, and other stories. Turgcnieff. 

T936b 

Brigand. Dumas. D886br 

Same. in D886r 

Bright face of danger. Stephens. S835br 

Brigitta. Auerbach. A9i7br 

Brine, Mrs. Mary D. 

Margaret Arnold's Christmas, and other 

stories. B858m 

Briscoe, Margaret S. 

Jimty, and others; [stories.] B859J 

Links in a chain. B859I 

Sixth sense, and other stones. B859S 

Briseis. Black. B627b 

British barbarians. Allen. A425br 



Briton, E. Vincent 

Some account of Amyot Brough. B862S 

Broken links. Alexander. A374br 

Bronte, Anne. 

Agnes Grey. in B869.11W 

Tenant of Wildfell Hall. B868t 

Bront<S, Charlotte. 

Jane Eyre. B869J 

Professor. B869P 

Shirley. B869S 

Villette. B869V 

BrontS, Emily. 

Wuthering Heights. B869.11W 

Bronze Buddha. Daniels. DiSsb 

[Brooke, Emma F.] 

Superfluous woman. B871S 

Transition. B87it 

Brooke, Henry. 

Fool of quality. B87i.22f 

Brooke, Magdalen. 

Story of Eleanor Lambert. B871.33S 

Brookes of Bridlemere. Melville. M53ibr 

Brooks, Charles W. S. 

Silver cord. B872.22S 

Sooner or later. B872.22S0 

Brooks, Elbridge S. 

Son of Issachar. B873S 

Brooks, Elisabeth W. 

As the world goes by. B873.iias 

Brooks, Henry S. 

Catastrophe in Bohemia, and other 

stories. B873.12C 

Brooks, Hildegarde. 

Master of Caxton. B873.22m 

Without a warrant. B873.22W 

Brooks, Lilian, joint author. See Camp, 
Walter. 

Brooks, Noah. 

Tales of the Maine coast. B874t 

Broom-squire. Gould. G698b 

Brother Gabriel. Edwards. E26b 

Brotherhood of consolation. Balzac. 

Bi98br 
Brougham, John. 

Bunsby papers. Second series. 6874.11b 
Broughton, Rhoda. 

Cometh up as a flower. 6874.22c 

Joan. B874.22J 

Nancy. B874.22n 

Scylla or Chary bdis? B874.22S 

Broughton House. Perry. P46ib 



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Glimpses of old New England life. 

B874.44g 

Brown, Alice. 

Day of his youth. B87Sd 

Fools of nature. B875f 

High noon; [stories.] BSjsh 

Judgment. B875JU 

Kings End. B875k 

Mannerings. B875m 

Margaret Warrener. B875ma 

Meadow-grass; [stories.] B875me 

Tiverton tales. B875t 

Brown, Anna R. 

Cosmopolitan comedy. B877C 

Millionaire's son. B877m 

Sir Mark. B877S 

Truth and a woman. B877tr 

Brown, Caroline, pseud. 

On the Wc-a trail. B877.220 

Brown, Charles B. 

Arthur Mcrvyn. 3877.333 

Edgar Huntly. B877.33C 

Jane Talbot. B877.33J 

O rmond. B877 . 330 

Wieland. B877.33W 

Brown, George D. See Douglas, George. 
Brown, Helen D. 

Civilian attache. B877.43C 

Pctrie estate. B877.43P 

Two college girls. B877.43t 

Brown, John, M. D. 

Rab and his friends. 6878r 

Brown, Katharine H. 

Diane. ^ B879di 

Brown, Kenneth, joint author. See Boone, 

Henry B. 
Brown of Lost River. Stickney. S854.2ib 
Brown stone boy, and other queer people. 

Bishop. B622br 

Browne, Gordon. 

Nobody knows. B882n 

Brown, T. M. 

Under the live oaks. B822.44U 

Brown, Thomas A. Sec Boldrcwood, Rolf. 
Brownell, Mrs. Beatrix D. L. See Lloyd, 

Beatrix D. 

Browning courtship, and other stories. 

White. W584b 

Brown's Retreat, and other stories. King. 

Ksib 



Brudno, Ezra S. 

Fugitive. B889f 

Brunhilde. Alarcon. A32ibr 
Brush, Mrs. Christine C. 

Colonel's opera cloak. B912C 

Inside our gate. B9i2i 

Brushes and chisels. Serrao. S847b 

Bruvver Jim's baby. Mighels. M634b 
Bryant, John D. 

Pauline Seward. B915P 
Buchanan, Robert. 

"Come, live with me and be my love."' 

B918CO 

New Abelard. B9i8n 

Shadow of the sword. B918S 

Buchholz family. Stinde. S8i6b 
Buck, Charles W. 

Under the sun. B921U 

Bud of promise. Plympton. P739b 

Buerstenbinder, Elisabeth. See Werner, E. 

Bug-Jargal. Hugo. H89sb 

Same. in H895n 

Bullen, Frank T. 
Apostles of the Southeast. B936a 

Deep-sea plunderings; [stories.] 6936d 
Whaleman's wife. B936wh 

Bullock, Shan F. 

By Thrasna River. B938by 

Irish pastorals. B938i 

Squireen. B938sq 

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. E. L., zst baron 
Lytton. See Lytton, Edward G. E. L. 

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward R. L., zst earl of 

Lytton. Sec Lytton, Edward R. L. 
Bumstead, S. J. 

Riversons. B939r 

Bunbury, Selina. 

Coombe Abbey. B939.22C 

Bunce, Oliver B. 

Adventures of 1 imias Terrystone, 

B94i.22a 
Story of Happinoland, and other legends. 

B941.22S 
Bundle of life. Hobbes. H682b 

Bungener, Louis F. 

Preacher and the king. B941.33P- 

Priest and the Huguenot. B94i.33pr 

Bunner, Henry C. 
Jersey Street and Jersey Lane. B942J 
Love in old cloathes, and other stories. 



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Bunner, Henry C. 
"Made in France;" French tales. 6942111 

Midge. B942mi 

More **short sixes;' [stories.] 6942010 

Runaway Browns. B942r 

"Short sixes;" [stories.] B042S 

Story of a New York house. B942st 

Zadoc Pine, and other stories. B942Z 

Buiiner, Henry C, joint author. See Mat- 
thews, Brander. 

Bunsby papers. Brougham. B874.iib 

Bunjran, John. 

Pilgrim's progress. B943P 

Burchell, Sidney H. 

Duke's servants. B947.22d 

Bureaucracy. Balzac. Bi98bu 

Burgess, Gelett, and Irwin, WilL 

Picaroons. B955 . 22p 

Reign of Queen Isyl. B955-22r 

Burgin, George B. 

At Tuxter's. B956a 

Burglar who moved Paradise. Ward. 

W258b 

Burglars in Paradise. Phelps. in P5380I 

Burgomaster's wife. Ebers. Ei6bu 

Same. in Ei6wo 

Burial of the guns. Page. Pi33bu 

Burland, Harris. 

Princess Thora. B96opr 

Burlesques. Thackeray. T363bu 

Burne-Jones head and other sketches. 

Rollins. R7S3.22b 

Burnett, Mrs. Frances H. 

Earlier stories. B964e 

Fair barbarian. B964f 

Haworth's. B964h 

His grace of Osmonde; sequel to Lady 

of quality. B964hi 

In connection with the De Willoughby 

claim. B964i 

In the closed room. B964in 

Lady of quality. B964I 

Louisiana. B964I0 

Making of a marchioness. 6964m 

Methods of Lady Walderhurst; sequel to 

Making of a marchioness. B964me 

Pretty sister of Jose. B964P 

Surly Tim, and other stories. B964S 

That lass o* Lowric's. 69641 

Through one administration. B964th 

Vagabondia. B964V 



Bumey, Frances. See Arblay, Mme. Fran- 
ces B.d.' 

Bumham, Mrs. Clara L. 

Dearly bought. B966d 

Dr. Latimer. B966do 

Great love. B966g 

Jewel. B966je 

Jewel's story book. B966jew 

Miss Archer Archer. B966m 

Miss Bagg's secretary. B966mi 

Miss Pritchard's wedding trip. B966mis 
Mistress of Beech Knoll. B966mist 

Next door. B966n 

"No gentlemen." B966no 

Right princess. B966r 

Sane lunatic. B966S 

Sweet Clover. B966SW 

West Point wooing, and other stories. 

B966W 
Wise woman. B966wi 

Young maids and old. B966y 

Burning of Rome. Church. C559h 

Burr, Enoch F. 

Dio the Athenian. B968.22d 

Burrell, Arthur. 

Man with seven hearts, and other stories. 

B968.33m 

Burrow, Charles K. 
Patricia of the hills. B972P 

Burton, Frederick R. 

Song and the singer. B973SO 

Bushwhackers, and other stories. Crad- 
dock. C884bu 

But men must work. Carey. C275b 

But yet a woman. Hardy. H268b 

BuUer, William. 

Mrs. Limber's raffle. B987m 

Butterwprth, Hezekiah. 
In old New England; [stories.] B988io 

Button's Inn. Tourgee. T727bu 

Buxton, Mrs. Bertha H. 
From the wings. B99if 

Great Grenfell Gardens. B99ig 

Jennie of the "Prince's" B991J 

By a Finnish lake. Waineman. Wi4ib 

By Berwen banks. Raine. Ri54b 

By bread alone. Friedman. F91 1.42b 

By Celia's arbour. Besant and Rice. 

B554.iib 

By order of the king. Hugo. H89Sby 

By right of sword. Marchmont. M3i8b 



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Carman, Albert R. 

Pensionnaires. C286.22P 

Carmen. Merimee. Ms62c 

Carola. Stretton. S916C 

Carolath, Emil, prinz von Schoenaich. See 

Schoenaich-Carolath, Emil, prinz von. 
Carolina cavalier. Eggleston. Ejica 

Carpenter, Edmund J. 

Woman of Shawmut. C294W 

Carpet-bagger. Read and Pixley. R284.1IC 
Carr, Alaric. 

Trcherne's temptation. C3iit 

Carr, Clark E. 

The mini. C3Ci.22i 

Carr, M. E. 

Love and honour. C312I 

Carrier pigeon, and other sketches. 

Beaconsfield. in r823.86w v. 9 

Camith, Hayden. 

Adventures of Jones. 8i7.49C3i9a 

Voyage of the Rattletrap. 817.49C319V 

Carryl, Charles E. 
River syndicate, and other stories. C32ori 

Carryl, Guy W. 
Far from the maddening girls. C32if 

Lieutenant-governor. C32ili 

Zut, and other Parisians. C321Z 

Carter, Mary N. 

North Carolina sketches. C324U 

Cartouche. Peard. P359c 

Cary, Alice. 

Pictures of country life. C332P 

Casa Braccio. Crawford. C899C 

Case, William S. 

Forward House. C337f 

Case of Mr. Lucraft, and other tales. 
Besant and Rice. B554.11C 

Casella. Finley. F513C 

Cashel Byron's profession. Shaw. S534.22C 

Casimir Maremma. Helps. H484C 

Caskoden, E^win, pseud. See Major, 
Charles. 

Castaway. Rives. R623C 

Casting away of Mrs. Leeks and Mrs. Ale- 
shine. Stockton. S866ca 

Castle, Mrs. Agnes, and Castle, Egerton. 
Bath comedy. C352.iib 

Pride of Jennico C3S2.iipr 

Rose of the World. C352.iiro 

Star dreamer. C352.iist 



Castle, Egerton. 

"La Bella," and others; [stories.] C353I 

Light of Scarthey. C353li 

Young April. C353yo 

Castle Craneycrow. McCutcheon. M133C 

Castle Czvargas. Birt. B621C 

Castle Daly. Keary. K24C 

Castle Dangerous. Scott. in S431SU 

Castle Hohenwald. Streckfuss. S914C 

Castle in Spain. De Mille. D379C 

Castle Inn. Weyman. W549ca 

Castle Meadow. Marshall. M367C 

Castle Nowhere. Woolson. W916C 

Castle of Otranto. Walpole. W2i8c 

Castle of the Carpathians. Verne. V53ica 
Castle of Twilight. Potter. * P868c 

Castle Richmond. Trollope. T847ca 

Cat and the cherub, and other stories. 
Fernald. F362C 

Catacombs of Paris. Berthet. B539C 

Catastrophe in Bohemia, and other stories. 
Brooks. B873.12C 

Catharine. Sandeau. S214C 

Catharine Furze. Rutherford. R975C 

Cathedral. Huysmans. H988C 

Cathedral courtship. Wiggin. W655ca 

Catherine. Peard. P359ca 

Catherine. Thackeray. in T363b 

Catherine de' Medici. Balzac. B198C 

Catherwood, Mrs. Mary H. 
Chase of Saint-Castin, and other stories. 

C363C 
Days of Jeanne d*Arc. C363d 

Lady of Fort St. John. C363I 

Lazarre. C363la 

Mackinac and lake stories. C363m 

Old Kaskaskia. C3630 

Queen of the Swamp, and other plain 
Americans; [stories.] C363q 

Romance of Dollard. C363r 

Spanish Peggy. C363S 

Spirit of an Illinois .town, and Little Re- 
nault. • C363SP 
Story of Tonty. C363st 
White islander. C363W 

Cavalier. Cable. C115C 

Cavasza, Elizabeth, pseud. See Pullen, Mrs. 

Elizabeth J. 
Caxtons. Lytton. L998C 

Cecil Dreeme. Winthrop. W793C 



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Cecilia. Arblay. A665C 

Cecilia. Crawford. CSgQce 

Cecilia de Noel. Falconer F182C 

Celebrity. Churchill. C563C 

Celibates' club. Zangwill. Z29ce 

Centuries apart. Bouvc. B781C 

Cerise. Melville. MS3IC 
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de. 

Don Quixote of La Mancha. C4i9d 

Same. 4v. rC4i9d 

Galatea. C4i9g 

Cesar Birotteau. Balzac. BigSce 

Cesette. Pouvillon. P879C 

Chainbearer. Cooper. C777C 

Chaldean magician. Eckstein. Et9c 
Chalmers, James. 

Fighting the Matabele. C438f 

Chamberlain, Nathan H. 

Autobiography of a New England farm 

house. C443 . T7Z. 

Sphinx in Aubrey parish. C443.11SP 

Chamberlain, William. 

Manuela Paredes. C443.22m 

Chambers, Julius. 

On a margin. C444.220 

Chambers, Robert W. 

Ashes of empire. C445a 

Cardigan. C445C 

Conspirators. C445CO 

In search of the unknown. C445i 

lole. C445io 

King and a few dukes. C445k 

King in yellow; [stories.] C445ki 

Lorraine. C445I0 

Maid-at-arms. C445m 

Maids of Paradise. C445ma 

Maker of moons; [stories.] C445mak 

Outsiders. C4450 

Red republic. C445r 

Chameleon. Linn. L7S8c- 

Chamisso, Adelbert von. 

Peter Schlemihl. C448P 

Chamois-hunter. Souvestre. S729C 

Champfleury, pseud. 

Faience violin. C45if 

Champion. Craddock. C884ch 

Chance acquaintance. Howells. H859C 

Chandler, Bessie. 

Woman who failed, and others. C456W 

Change of air. Hope. H79ich 



Channing, Grace K. 

Fortune of a day. C459f 

Sister of a saint, and other stories. C459S 

Chantry House. Yonge. Y56ch 

Chantry priest of Barnet. Church. C559ch 

Chaplain of the Fleet, Besant and Rice. 

B554.iich 

Chaplet of pearls. Yonge. Y56cha 

Chaplin, Heman W. 

Five hundred dollars, and other stories. 

C464f 
Characteristics. Mitchell. M682C 

Charity Chance. Raymond. R273C 

Charlemont. Simms. S594C 

Charles, Mrs. Elizabeth R. 

Against the stream. C475a 

Bertram family. C475b 
Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta family. 

C475C 

Cripple of Antioch. C475cr 

Diary of Mrs. Kitty Trevylyan. C47Sd 

Draytons and the Davenants. C47Sdr 

Early dawn. C475e 

Lapsed but not lost. C475I 

Martyrs of Spain. C475m 

On both sides of the sea. C4750 

Victory of the vanquished. C47SV 

Winifred Bertram. C475W 

Charles, Frances. 

In the country God forgot. C476i 

Siege of youth. C476si 

Charles Auchester. Sheppard. S549C 

Charles O'Malley. Lever. L658C 

Charles Tyrrell. James. J26ch 

Charlesworth, Mrs. Maria L. 

England's yeomen. C478e 

Ministry of life. C478m 

Oliver of the mill. C4780 

Charley. Gallaudet. Gi6sc 

Chase of Saint-Castin, and other stories. 

Catherwood. C363C 

Chata and Chinita. Heaven. H443C 

Chateau de Louard. Coape. C652C 

Chateaubriand, Francois A. R., vicomte de. 

Atala. C492a 

Chatelaine of La Trinite. Fuller. F966C 
Chatfield-Taylor, Hobart C. See Taylor 

Hobart C. Chatfield— . 

Chatrian, Alexandre, joint author. See 
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Chautauquans. Habberton. Hii3ch 

Cheap Jack Zita. Gould. G698C 

Checked love affair. Ford. F712C 

Checkers. Blossom. B656G 

Cheerful Americans. Loomis. L863C 

Chelsea householder. Lawless. L418C 

Chenery, Susan. 

As the twig is bent. C5i2as 

Cheney, Mrs. Clara E. G. 

Number 49 Tinkham Street. C5i4n 
Cheque for three thousand. Veysey. V595C 

Cherbuliez, Victor. 

Count Kostia. C521C 

Joseph Noirel's revenge. C521J 

Meta Holdenis. C52im 

Prosper. C521P 

Romance of an honest woman. C52ir 

Samuel Brohl and company. C52IS 

Tutor's secret. C52it 

Cherry. Tarkington. Ti87ch 

Cherry and Violet. Manning. M283C 

"Cherry ripe!" Mathers. M427C 

Chesebro', Caroline. 

Peter Carradine. C523.22P 

Chesnutt, Charles W. 

Conjure woman; [stories.]- C524C 

House behind the cedars. C524h 

Marrow of tradition. C524m 

Wife of his youth; [stories.] C524W 

Chevalier d' Auriac. Yeats. Y41C 

Chevalier d' Harmental. Dumas. D886ch 

Same. in D886h 

Chevalier de Maison-Rouge. Dumas. 

D886che 

Chevalier de St. Denis. Jones. J76C 
Chevalier of Pensieri-Vani. Fuller. F966ch 

Chevrons. Lippincott. L765C 

Chezzles. Morse. M885C 

Chicago princess. Barr. B268C 

Chickamauga. Mitchel. M679ch 

Chicot the jester. Dumas. D886chi 

Chief justice. Franzos. F837C 

Chien d' Or. Kirby. KsSg 

Child, Frank S. 

Friend or foe. Cs3Sf 

Unknown patriot. C535U 

Child of the Jago. Morrison. M878C 

Child of the precinct. Doudney. D729C 
Child of the revolution. Roberts. R646C 
Childhood, boyhood, youth. Tolstoi. T654C 



Children at Sherburne House. Douglas. 

D733C 
Children of destiny. Seawell. S442ch 

Children of Gibeon. Besant. B554C 

Children of the abbey. Roche. R673C 

Children of the frost. London. L847ch 
Children of the Ghetto. Zangwill. Z29ch 
Children of the king. Crawford. C899ch 
Children of the mist. Phillpotts. P564C 
Children of the New Forest. Marryat. 

M362C 
Children of the sea. Conrad. C754C 

Children of the soil. Sienkiewicz. S572C 
Children of the tenements. Riis. R574C 
Children of the world. Heyse. H621C 

Child's romance. Loti. L883C 

Chim, his Washington winter. Dahlgren. 

D128C 
Chimmie Fadden and Mr. Paul. Townsend. 

T748cm 
Chimmie Fadden explains. Major Max ex- 
pounds. Townsend. T748ce 
"Chimmie Fadden," Major Max, and other 
stories. Townsend. T74SC 
Chinese Quaker. Eyster. E98ch 
Chita. Hearn. H436C 
Chloris of the Island. Watson. W338C 
Choir invisible. Allen. A427C 
Cholmondeley, Mary. 
Danvers jewels. Cs47d 
Moth and rust; [stories.] C547mo 
Red pottage. Cs47r 
Chopin, Mrs. Kate. 
Bayou folk; [stories.] C549b 
Night in Acadie; [stories.] C549n 
Chosen few. Stockton. S866ch 
Chosen valley. Foote. F689C 
Chouans. Balzac. Bi98ch 
Choy Susan, and other stories. Bishop. 

B622ch 
Christian, Sydney. 

Sarah. C554S 

Christian. Caine. Ci35ch 

Christian Thai. Francis. F819C 

Christian's mistake. Mulock. M595C 

Christie Johnstone. Rcade. R28SC 

Christine. Enault. E56ch 

Christine. Sergeant. S4S4C 

Christine of the hills. Pemberton. P395ch 

Christmas at sea. Shippen. S556C 

Christmas books. Dickens. D547C 



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Christmas books of Mr. M. A. Titmarsh, 

etc. Thackeray. T363C 

Christmas eve and Christmas day. Hale. 

H163C 
Christmas eve on Lonesome, and other 

stories. Fox. F792ch 

Christmas in French Canada. Frechette. 

F851C 
Christmas stories from French and Spanish 

writers. Ogden. Z635C 

Christmas story from David Harum. 

Westcott. W525C 

Christmas wreck, and other stories. 

Stockton. S866chr 

Christopher Crooked. Hathaway. H363C 
Christowell. Blackmore. B629C 

Christ's folk in the Apennine. Alexander. 

A376C 
Chronicle of conquest. Sparhawk. S736C 
Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann. Harris. 

H314C 

Chronicles of Carlingford. See Oliphant, 
Mrs. Margaret O. W. 

Chronicles of Count Antonio. Hope. 

H79ichr 

Chronicles of Martin Hewitt. Morrison. 

M878ch 

Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta family. 
Charles. C475C 

Chumley's Post. Stoddard. S869C 

Chun Ti-kung. Rees. R328C 

Charch, Alfred J. 
Burning of Rome. Cssgb 

Callias. C559C 

Chantry priest of Barnet. Cssgch 

Crusaders. CsSQcr 

To the lions. CsSQt 

Church, Alfred J., and Putnam, Ruth. 
Count of the Saxon shore. C5S9.22C 

Church, Alfred J., and Seeley, Richmond. 
Hammer. C559. 33h 

Church, Samuel H. 
John Marmaduke. C561J 

Penruddock of the White Lambs. C561P 

Churchill, Winston. 

Celebrity. C563C 

Crisis. C563cr 

Crossing. C563cro 

Richard Carvel. " Cs63r 

Churchill, Winston L. S. 

Savrola. C564S 



Cian of the chariots. Babcock. Bii2c 

Cigarette-maker's romance. Crawford. 

C899ci 
Cinch, and other stories. Dromgoole. 

D786C 
Cinderella. Crockett. C938C 

Cinderella, and other stories. Davis. 

D264ci 
Cinq-Mars. Vigny. V688c 

Circle. Thurston. T546ci 

Circle in the square. Sears. S438.22C 

Circuit rider. Eggleston. E29C 

Circular study. Green. G795C 

Circumstance. Mitchell. M682ci 

Cirillo. Putnam. P989C 

Citizen Bonaparte. Erckmann and Chat- 
rian. E65C 

City of Sarras. Taylor. T246.22C 

Civilian attache. Brown. B877.43C 

Clansman. Dixon. D62ICI 

Clara Hopgood. Rutherford. R975cl 

Clara Vaughan. Blackmore. B629CI 

Clarence. Harte. H327C 

Claretie, Jules. 

Brichanteau, actor. Cs9ib 

Clarionet, and other tales. Carleton. C281C 
Clarissa Harlowe. Richardson. R522h 

Same; ed. by Mrs. Ward. R522C 

Clark, Charles H. 
In Happy Hollow. Cs92i 

Quakeress. C592q 

Clark, Frederick T. 

Mexican girl. Cs92.22m 

Mistress of the ranch. C592.22mi 

On Cloud Mountain. CS92.220 

Clark, Henry S. 
Legionaries. C593.22I 

Clarke, Mrs. Mary C. N. 

Rambling story. C599r 

[Clarke, WilHam.] 

Three courses and a dessert; [stories.] 

C6i2t 
Claude Gueux. Hugo. in H89Sb 

Same. in H895n 

Claudia. Douglas. D733CI 

Claudia Hyde. Baylor. B558CI 

Claverings. Trollope. T847CI 

Clavers, Mrs. Mary, pseud. See Kirkland, 

Mrs. Caroline M. 

Claybornes. Sage. S129C 



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Claytor, Graham. 

Wheat and tares. 
Cleeve« Lucas. 

Anglo-Americans. C624a 

Cleg Kelly. Crockett. CpjScl 

Clemency Franklyn. Keary. K24CI 
Clemens, Samuel L. See Twain. Mark. 
Clement, Mrs. Clara E. 

r«leanor Maitland. C626e 

Clementina. Mason. M398CI 

Clemmer, Mary. See Ames, Mrs. Mary C. 

Cleopatra. Ebers. Ei6c 

Cleopatra. Greville. G838CI 

Clerk of Portwick. Fenn. F334C 

Cleve Hall. Sewell. S515C 

Clever woman of the family. Yonge. Ys6cl 

Cliff dwellers. Fuller. F966CI 
Clifford, Josephine. 

Overland talcs. C6370 
Clifford, Mrs. Lucy L. 

Aunt Anne. C638a 

Flash of summer. C638f 
Last touches, and other stories. C638I 
Love-letters of a worldly woman. C638I0 

Margaret Vincent. C638m 

Mrs. Keith's crime. C638mi 

Climax. Pidgin. P6i2cl 

Cloister and the hearth. Reade. R285CI 
Close of the day. Spearman. S739C 

Clouston, J. Storer. 

Our Lady's Inn. C64S0 

Clytia. Taylor. T24OC 

Coape, Henry C. 

Chateau dc Louard. C652C 

Coast of Bohemia. Howells. H859C0 

Coast of freedom. Shaw^ S534C 

Cobbleigh, Tom, pseud. See Raymond, 

Walter. 
Cobbler of Nimes. Taylor. T244CO 

Cobwebs and cables. Stretton. S916C 

Cockton, Henry. 

Percy Effingham. C667P 

Valentine Vox. C667V 

Coddington, Fred M. 

As they did it. C669a 

Coelebs in search of a wife. More. 

M835C 
Coelho, Joaquim G. Gomes. See Diniz, 

Julio. 
Coeur d'Alene. Foote. F689C0 

Coffee and repartee. Bangs. 817.49B216C 



Coffin, Charles C. 

Dan of Millbrook; same as Caleb Krinkle. 

C67Sd 

Daughters of the revolution. C675da 

Coign of vantage. Wood. W877C 

Coleridge, Christabel R., joint author. See 

Yonge, Charlotte M. 
College days. Wood. W877C0 

College girls. Goodloe. G653C0 

Collier, Price, joint author. See McVickar, 

Henry G. 

Collin, Grace L. 
Putnam Place. C7iipu 

Collingwood, Herbert W. 

Andersonville violets. C7i2.22a 

Collins, Percy, pseud. See Collier, Price. 

Collins, Wilkie. 

After dark, and other stories. C7i3a 

Antonina. C7i3an 

Armadale. C7i3ar 

Basil. C7i3b 

Black robe. C7i3bl 

Dead secret. C7i3d 

Guilty river. C7i3g 

Haunted hotel. C7i3h 

Hide and seek. C7i3hi 

"I say no," and other stories. C7i3i 

Law and the lady. C713I 

Man and wife. C7i3m 

Moonstone. C7i3mo 

New Magdalen. C7i3n 

No name. C7i3no 

Poor Miss Finch. C713P 

Queen of hearts. C7i3q 

Two destinies. C7i3t 

Woman in white. C713W 

Collins, Wilkie, joint author. See Dickens, 

Charles. 
Collins, Wilkie, joint author. See Dickens, 

Charles, jr. 
Colloquies of Edward Osborne. Manning. 

M283CO 

Colmore, G., pseud. 

Living epitaph. C716I 

Strange story of Hester Wynne. C716S 

Colomba. Mcrimee. M562C0 

Colombi, La Marchesa, pseud. 

Wane of an ideal. C718W 

Colonel Carter of Cartersville. Smith. 

S647C0 



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Colonel Carter's Christmas. Smith. 

S647COC 

Colonel Dacre. Jolly. J75c 

Colonel Enderby's wife. Malet. M247C 

Colonel Jack. De Foe. in 823.51 no v. i. 
Colonel Norton. Montgomery. M787C 

Colonel Quaritch, V. C. Haggard. H145C 
Colonel Starbottle's client, and some other 
people. Harte. H327C 

Colonel's Christmas dinner, and other stor- 
ies. King. K52C0 
Colonel's daughter. King. K52C0I 
Colonel's opera cloak. Brush. B912C 
Colonial free-lance. Hotchkiss. H832C 
Colonial reformer. Boldrewood. B687C 
Colonials. French. F783C 
Colony of girls. Willard. W693C 
Color studies. Janvier. J35c 
Colossus. Roberts. R647C 

Colton, Arthur. 

Belted seas. C725be 

Debatable land. C725d 

Delectable mountains. C725de 

Port Argent. C725P 

Columbia. Musick. M987C 

Columbian historical novels. See Musick, 
John R. 

Columbus and Beatriz. Du Bois. D815C 
Come forth. Phelps and Ward. P538.11C 
"Come, live with me and be my love." 
Buchanan. BgiSco 

Comedies of courtship. Hope. H791C0 

Comedy of Cecilia. FothergilL F7S9.22C 
Comedy of conscience. Mitchell. M682C0 
Comedy of elopement. Reid. R353C 

Comedy of masks. Dowson and Moore. 

D752.22C0 

Comedy of terrors. De Mille. D379CO 

Comet of a season. McCarthy. M123CO 
Cometh up as a flower. Broughton. 

B874.22C 

Coming of Theodora. White. W584C 

Coming race. Lytton. L998C0 

Commander Mendoza. Valera. V162C 

Commodore Junk. Fenn. F334CO 

Common lot. Herrick. H565CO 

Companions of Jehu. Dumas. D886co 

Compensation. Brewster. B848C 

Complaining millions of men. Fuller. 

F965.33C 



Compton, Frances S. 

Esther. C737e 

Comrades in arms. King. K52com 

Comtesse de Charny. Dumas. D886com 
Concerning Isabel Carnaby. Fowler. F78SC 
Condensed novels. Harte. H327con 

Condict, Anna Y. 

"My \VV Angelo." C746my 

Confession. Simms. S594CO 

Confessions of a clarionet player, and other 

tales. Erckmann and Chatrian. E65CO 

Confessions of a wife. Adams. A215C 

Confessions of Claud. Fawcett. F278C 

Confessions of Con Cregan. Lever. L658CO 

Confidence. James. J27C 

Confident to-morrow. Matthews. M439C 

Confidential agent. Payn. P345co 

Conflict of evidence. Ottolengui. O91C 

Confounding of Camelia. Sedgwick. S447C 

Coningsby. Beaconsfield. B364C 

Same. in r823.86w v. 12-13 

Conjure woman. Chesnutt. C524C 

Conjuror's house. White. W588.22CO 

Conklin, Mrs. Jennie M. 

Dorothy's islands. C75id 

Isobel's between times. C75ii 

Rizpah's heritage. C75ir 

Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's court. 

Twain. T969CO 

Connolly, James B. 

On Tybee knoll. C752.22on 

Out of Gloucester; [stories.] C752.220U 

Seiners. C752.22S 

Connor, Ralph, pseud. 

Black Rock. C753b 

Man from Glengarry. C753m 

Prospector. C753pr 

Sky pilot. C753S 

Conquering corps badge, and other stories 

of the Philippines. King. K52con 

Conquering of Kate. Mowbray. M936CO 
Conqueror. Atherton. A868co 

Conquest. Dye. D995C 

Conquest of Charlotte. Meldrum. M519C 

Conrad, Joseph. 

Almayer's folly. C754a 

Children of the sea. C754C 

Falk; [stories.] . C754f 

Lord Jim. i' C754I 

Nostromo. C754no 

Tales of unrest. C754t 



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Conrad, Joseph. 

Typhoon. C754ty 

Youth, and two other stories. C754yo 

Conrad, Joseph, and Hueffer, Ford M. 

Romance. C754.22r 

Conrad, Stephen. 

Second Mrs. Jim. C754.33se 

Conscience, Hendrick. 

Flemish life; [stories.] C755f 

Conscience of Coralie. Moore. M82IC 

Conscript. Erckmann and Chatrian. 

£65con 
Conspirators. Chambers. C445C0 

Conspirators. Dumas. D886con 

Constable de Bourbon. Ainsworth. A297CO 
Constable of France, and other military 

historiettes. Grant. G762C 

Constance of Acadia. Tenney. T298C 

Constance Sherwood. Fullerton. F791C 

Constance Trescot. Mitchell. M682con 

Consuelo. Sand. S213C 

Same. in 843 . 82m v. 2-4 

Contarini Fleming. Beaconsfield. B364C0 

Same. in r823 . 86w v. 5-6 

Continental dragoon. Stephens. S835C0 
Conventional Bohemian. Pendleton. P397C 

Converse, Florence. 
Diana Victrix. C766d 

Long Will. C766I 

Convicts and their children. Auerbach. 

A197C 

Conway, Hugh, pseud. 

Bound together; [stories.] C767b 

Called back. C767C 

Cardinal sin. C767ca 

Dark days. C767d 

Conway, Moncure D. 

Pine and palm. C768P 

Cook, Dutton. 

Doubleday's children. C768.22d 

Cook, George C. 

Roderick Taliaferro. C77iro 

Cooke, Mrs. Grace M., and MacGowan, 
Alice. 

Huldah. C772.i3h 

Cooke, Mrs. Grace M., and McKinney, 

Annie B. 
Mistress Joy. C772.iim 

Cooke, Mrs. Grace M., joint author. See 
MacGowan, Alice. 



Cooke, John E. 

Fairfax. C772f 

Miss Bonnybel; same as Bonnybel Vane. 

C772ro 
My Lady Pokahontas. C772my 
Cooke, Mrs. Rose T. 
Happy Dodd. C773h 
Huckleberries gathered from New Eng- 
land hills; [stories.] C773hu 
Root-bound, and other sketches. C773r 
Somebody's neighbors; [stories.] C773S 
Sphinx's children, and other people's; 
[stories.] C773SP 
Steadfast. C773st 

Cooley, William F. 

Emmanuel. C773.22e 

Coombe Abbey. Bunbury. B939.22C 

Cooper, James F. 

Afloat and ashore. C777a 

Bravo. C777b 

Chainbearer. C777C 

Deerslayer. C777d 

Headsman. C777h 

Heidenmauer. C777he 

Home as found; sequel to Homeward 

bound. C777ho 

Homeward bound. C777hom 

Jack Tier. C777J 

Last of the Mohicans. C777I 
Leather-stocking tales. 

Deerslayer. C777d 

Last of the Mohicans. C777I 

Pathfinder. C777p 

Pioneers. C777pio 

Prairie. C777pr 

Lionel Lincoln. C777li 

Mercedes of Castile. C777m 

Miles Wallingford; sequel to Afloat and 

ashore. C777mi 

Monikins. C777mo 

Oak openings. C7770 

Pathfinder. C777P 

Pilot. C777pi 

Pioneers. C777pio 

Prairie. C777pr 

Precaution. C777pre 

Red Rover. C777r 

Redskins. C777re 

Satanstoe. C777S 

Sea lions. C777se 

Spy. C777SP 



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Cooper, James F. 




Two admirals. 


C777t 


Water-witch. 


C777W 


Ways of the hour. 


C777wa 


Wept of Wish-ton-wish. 


C777we 


Wing-and-wing. 


C777wi 


Wyandotte. 


C777wy 



Cooper, Mrs. Katherine S. See Saunders, 
Katherine. 

Copp6e, Francois E. J. 

Disillusion. C785d 

Henriette. C785h 

Rivals. C785r 

Ten tales. C785t 

True*riches; [stories.] C785tr 

Copperhead. Frederic. F852C 

Copsford mystery. Russell. R968C0 

Corbetty Julian. 

For God and gold. C789f 

Kophetua the Thirteenth. C789k 

Cord and creese. De Mille. D379cor 

Corelli, Marie, pseud. 

Ardath. C797a 

Barabbas. C797b 

God's good man. C797go 

Master-Christian. C797m 

Mighty atom. C797mi 

Romance of two worlds. C797r 

Sorrows of Satan. C797S 

Soul of Lilith. C797SO 

Temporal power. C797tc 

Thelma. C797th 

Vendetta, and My wonderful wife. C797V 

Wormwood. C797W 

Corinne. Stacl-Holstein. S778C 

Corleonc. Crawford . C899C0 

Cornell stories. Sanderson. S216C 

Corner in coffee. Brady. B8i2co 

Cornet Strong of Ireton's Horse. McChes- 

ney. M125CO 

Corsican brothers. Dumas. in D886s v.2 

Cortelyou feud. Ford. in F712C 

Cosette. Macquoid. ' M173C 

Cosmopolitan comedy. Brown. B877C 

Cossacks. Tolstoi. T654C0 

Same. T654COS 

Cost. Phillips. PS54C 

Costly freak. .Gray. G781C 

Cotes, Mrs. Sara J. D. 

American girl in London. C843am 

Crow*s-nest. C843cr 



Daughter of to-day. C843da 
His honour and a lady. C843hi 
Pool in the desert; [stories.] C843P0 
Simple adventures of a memsahib. C843si 
Social departure. C843S0 
Story of Sonny Sahib. C843st 
Those delightful Americans. C843t 
Vernon's aunt. C843ve 
Voyage of consolation; sequel to Ameri- 
can girl in London. , C843VO 

Cotes, V. CeciL 

Two girls on a barge. C843.22t 

Cotterell, Constance. 

Tempe. C847t 

Cottin, Mme. Sophie R. 

Elizabeth. C848e 

Matilda, princess of England. C848m 

Couch, Arthur T. Quiller^. 

Adventures of Harry Revel. C8s3a 
Astonishing history of Troy Town. 

C853as 

Blue pavilions. C853b 

Dead Man's Rock, C853d 

Delectable duchy; [stories.] C853de 

Fort Amity. C853f 

Hetty Wesley. C8S3he 
I saw three ships, and other winter tales. 

C8s3i 
la- C8s3ia 

Laird's luck, and other fireside tales. 

C8s3l 
Noughts and crosses; [stories.] C853n 
Shining ferry. C8s3sh 

Ship of stars. C853shi 

Splendid spur. C853SP 

Two sides of the face; [stories.] C8s3tw 
Wandering heath; [stories.] C853W 

Westcotes. C8s3we 

White wolf, and other fireside tales. 

C853wh 
Coulyng Castle. Giberne. G445C 

Counsel of perfection. Malet. M247C0 

Count Fathom. Smollett. S666c 

Count Hannibal. Weyman. W549CO 

Count Kostia. Cherbuliez. C521C 

Count of Monte-Cristo. Dumas. D886cou 
Count of Nideck. Erckmann and Chatrian. 

E65COU 

Count of the Saxon shore. Church and 

Putnam. C559.22C 

Count Robert of Paris. Scott. S431C0 



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Count Xavier. Greville. GSjSco 

Counterparts. Sheppard. S549co 

Countess Almara's murder. Hawthorne. 

in H398t 
Countess Erika's apprenticeship. Schubin. 

S834C 
Countess Eve. Shorthouse. S559C 

Countess Gisela. Marlitt. M348C 

Countess Irene. Fogerty. F656C 

Countess Kate. Yonge. ¥5600 

Countess Loreley. Menger. M544C 

Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia. Sidney. 

S571C 
Countess Rudolstadt. Sand. S213CO 

Country boy. Crissey. C932CO 

Country by-ways. Jewett. J59c 

Country doctor. Balzac. BigSco 

Country doctor. Jewett. j59co 

Country in danger. Erkmann and Chatrian. 

E65coun 
Country interlude. Hawthorne. H397C 

Country of the pointed firs. Jewett. JS9cou 
Country quarters. Blessington. B648C 

Count's snuff-box. Rivers. R62ICO 

Couperus, Louis. 
Footsteps of fate. C856f 

Majesty. C856m 

Coupon bonds, and other stories. Trow- 
bridge. T863C 
Courage of conviction. Sullivan. S952C 
Court of Charles IV. Perez Galdos. P438C 
Court of Sacharissa. Sheringham and Mea- 
kin. C553.22C 
Courting of Dinah Shadd. Kipling. K57C0 
Courtship in 1720 and in i860. Smart. 

S636C 
Courtship of Morrice Buckler. Mason. 

M398CO 
Cousin Bette. Balzac. BiqScou 

Cousin Henry. Trollope. T847CO 

Cousin Phillis. Gaskell. G248C 

Cousin Pons. Balzac. BigScous 

Cousins. Walford. W174C0 

Coventry, John. 
After his kind. C872.22a 

Covering End. James. in J27tw 

Cowan, John F. 
Endeavor doin's down to the Corners. 

C873e 
Cox's diary. Thackeray. in T363m 

Cracker Joe. X13C 



Craddock, Charles E., pseud. 
Bushwhackers, and other stories. C884bu 
Champion. C884cb 

Despot of Broomsedge Cove. C884d 

Frontiersmen. C884lr 

His vanished star. C884h 

In the clouds. C884ic 

In the "Stranger People's" country. 

C884is 
In the Tennessee mountains; [stories.] 

C884it 
Juggler. C884J 

Mystery of Witch-face Mountain, and 
other stories. C884m 

Phantoms of the foot-bridge, and other 
stories. C884P 

Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains. 

C884pr 
Spectre of power. C884SP 

Storm centre. C884st 

Story of Keedon Bluffs. C884sk 

Story of old Fort Loudon. C884S0 

Where the battle was fought. C884W 

Young mountaineers; [stories.] C884y 

Cradock Nowell. Blackmore. B629cr 

Craigie, Christopher. 

Old man's romance. C8860 

Craigie, Mrs. Peari M. T. R. See Hobbes, 
John O. 

Craik, Mrs. Dinah M. M. See Mulock. 
Dinah M. 

Craik, Georgiana M. 

Anne Warwick. C887a 

Leslie Tyrrell. C887I 

Only a butterfly, and other stories. C8870 

Sylvia's choice, and Theresa. C887^ 

Crake, Augustine D. 

Brian Fitz-Count. C888b 

Crane, Anne M. 

Emily Chester. C888.22e 

Opportunity. C888.220 

Reginald Archer. C888.22r 

Crane, J. L. 

Two circuits. CSSgt 

Crane, Stephen. 

George's mother. C892g 

Monster, and other stories, C892m 
Open boat, and other tales of adventure. 

C8920 

Red badge of courage. C892r 

Third violet. CSgit 



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Crane, Stephen. 

Whilomville stories. C892W 
Wounds in the rain; [stories.] C892WO 

Crane, Stephen, and Barr, Robert. 

O'Ruddy. C892.220 

Cranford. Gaskell. G248cr 
Crawford, F. Marion. 

Adam Johnstone's son, and Rose of yes- 
terday. CSggad 
American politician. CSpgam 
Casa Braccio. 2v. C899C 
Cecilia. CSqQcc 
Children of the king. CSgQch 
Cigarette-maker's romance. CSggci 
Corleonc. C899CO 
Doctor Claudius. CSggd 
Don Orsino. CSgpdo 
Greifenstein. CSpQgr 
Heart of Rome. CSpphc 
In the palace of the king. CSppi 
Katharine Lauderdale. 2v. CSgpk 
Khaled. CSppkh 
Love in idleness. C899I0 
Man overboard I CSgQm 
Marietta. CSppma 
Marion Darche. CSgpmar 
Marzio's crucifix. CSggmarz 
Mr. Isaacs. CSggmi 
Paul Patoff. C899P 
Pietro Ghisleri. CSggpi 
Ralstons; sequel to Katharine Lauderdale. 
2 V. C899r 
Roman singer. CSggro 
Sant'Ilario. C899S 
Saracinesca. CSgQsa 

Saracinesca series. 

Saracinesca. CSQQsa 

Sant' Ilario. C8999 

Don Orsino. CSgpdo 

Corleone. C899C0 

Tale of a lonely parish. CSgpt 

Taquisara. 2v. CSgpta 

Three fates. CSggth 

To leeward. CSgpto 

Upper berth. in C938P 

Via crucis. C899V 

Whosoever shall offend. CSggwh 

Witch of Prague. CSpgwi 

With the immortals. CSgpwit 

Zoroaster. C899Z 



Craze of Christian Engelhart. Darnell. 

D223C 
Credit of the county. Norris. N86icr 

Creel of Irish stories. Barlow. B258cr 

Creelman, James. 

Eagle blood. Cgiae 

Cressy. Harte. H327cr 

Crew of the Dolphin. Stretton. S9i6cr 

Crichton. Ainsworth. A297cr 

Crim, Matt. 
Adventures of a fair rebel. Cpjia 

Elizabeth, Christian scientist. Cpjie 

In Beaver Cove and elsewhere; [stories.] 

C93ii 
Crime and punishment. Dostoyevsky. 

D725C 
Crime of Henry Vane. Stimson. S859C 
Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard. France. 

F815C 
Crimson sign. Keightley. K27cr 

Cripple of Antioch. Charles. C475cr 

Cripps the carrier. Blackmore. B629cri 
Crisis. Churchill. C563cr 

Criss-cross. Litchfield. L776C 

Crissey, Forrest 

Country boy. C932CO 

Crittenden. Fox. F792cr 

Crockett, Samuel R. 
Adventurer in Spain. C938a 

Banner of blue. C938ba 

Black Douglas. C938bl 

Bog-myrtle and peat; [stories.] C938bo 
Cinderella. C938C 

Cleg Kelly. C938CI 

Dark o' the moon. C938da 

Firebrand. C938f 

Flower-o'-the-corn. C938fl 

Galloway herd. C938g 

Gray man. C938gr 

lone March. C938i 

Joan of the Sword Hand. C938J 

Kit Kennedy. C938k 

Lad's love. C938I 

Lilac sunbonnet. C9381i 

Lochinvar. C938I0 

Love idylls. C938I0V 

Loves of Miss Anne. C9381ove 

Mad Sir Uchtred of the hills. C938m 
May Margaret, called the "Fair maid of 
Galloway." C938ma 

Men of the moss-hags. C938me 



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Crockett, Samuel R. 

Play-actress. 
Raiders. 
Silver skull. 
Standard bearer. 



C938P 

C938r 

C958S 

C938SU 



Stickit minister, and some common men; 
[stories.] CpaSsti 

Stickit minister's wooing; [stories.] 

C938stic 

Strong Mac. CpaSstr 

Crockett, Samuel "EL, and others. 

Tales of our coast. C938.22t 

Croly, George. 

Tarry thou till I come. C944t 

Cromwell's own. Patcrson. P296C 

Cronwrigfat, Mrs. Oiive S. See Schreiner, 

Olive. 
Crook of the bough. Dowie. D746C 

Crooked path. Alexander. A374C 

Crooked places. Garrett. G239C 

Crosby, Ernest. 

Captain Jinks, hero. C949C 

Crosby, Margaret. 

Violin obligato, and other stories. 

C949.22V 
Cross, Mrs. Ada C. See Cambridge, Ada. 
Cross, Mrs. Mary A. E. See Eliot, George. 
Cross above the crescent. Southgate. 

S727C 

Cross of Berny. Girardin, and others. 

G521C 

Crossing. Churchill. C563cro 

Crotchet Castle. Peacock. in823.76wv.2 

Crowley, Mary C. 

Daughter of New France. Cpsjd 

Heroine of the Strait. C953h« 

Love thrives in war. C953I0 

Crown of life. Gissing. G535cr 

Crowninshield, Mrs. Mary B. 

Archbishop and the lady. C954A 

Latitude 19° C954I 

Crow's-nest. Cotes. C853cr 

Crow's Nest. Harrison. in H3i8be 

Crucial instances. Wharton. WS53c 

Cniger, Mrs. Julie G. S. See Gordon, Ju- 

lien. 
Cruise of the Midge. Scott. in8428t 

Cruise of the Pretty Polly. Russell. 

R968cr 

Crusade of the -bxcelsior. Harte. H327cru 
Crusaders. Church. CS59cr 



Crust and the cake. Garrett. G239cr 

Cryptogrram. De Mille. D379cr 

Crystal button. Thomas. T45SC 

Cullnm, RidgwelL 

Hound from the North. C967ho 

Cumberland vendetta, and other stories. 

Fox. F792CU 

Cummins, Maria S. 

El Fureidis. C97ie 

Lamplighter. C971I 

Mabel Vaughan. C97im 

Cunning woman's granason. Yonge. Y56CU 

Cunningham, Sir Henry S. 

Heriots. C973h 

Cup of trembling, and other stories. Foote. 

F689CU 

Cupples, George. 

Cupples Howe, mariner. C974C 

Green hand. C974g 

Spliced yarn. C974S 

Cupples Howe, mariner. Cupples. C974C 

Curate in charge. Oliphant O47CU 

Curious career of Roderick Campbell. Mc- 

Ilwraith. M 151.11c 

Curly. Pocock. P740CU 

Curse of Koshiu. Wingfield. W771C 

Curtis, George T. See Boylston, Peter. 

Curtis, George W. 

Prue and I. C979P 

Trumps. C979t 

Custom of the country, fraser. F841C 

Cutler, Mary C. 

Philip. C988P 

Cutting, Mary S. 

Little stories of courtship. C991I 

Little stories of married life. C99ili 

Cutts, Edward. 

St. Cedd's cross. C992S 

Cynthia Wakeham's money. Green. G759cy 

Cynthia's rebellion. Thomas. T4S3C 

Cyparissus. Eckstein. Ei9cy 

Cyrano de Bergerac. See Bergerac, Cyra- 
no de. 

Czeika, pseud. 

Operetta in profile. C9980 

Daddy Jake the runaway, and short stories 

told after dark. Harris. H3i4d 

Dagonet the jester. Macmillan. Mi68d 

Dahlgren, Mrs. Madeleine V. G. 

Chim, his Washington winter. D128C 



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Dahlgren, Mrs. Madeline V. G. 

Lights and shadows of a life. D128I 

Lost name. D128I0 

Dahn, Felix. 

Captive of the Roman eagles. Dijica 

Felicitas. Di3ife 

Scarlet banner. D131SC 

Daisy. Warner. W284d 

Daisy Burns. Kavanagh. K22d 

Daisy chain. Yonge. Y56d 

Daisy Miller. James. J27d 

Daisy Plains. Warner. W284da 
Dale, Annan, pseud. 

Dwellers in Gotham. Dijpd 
Dale, J. S. of, pseud. See Stimson, Fred- 
erick J. 

Dallas, Richard. 

Master hand. Di45m 

Dally. Pool. P82id 

Dalrymple Francis. F8i9.22d 

Daltons. Lever. L658d 

Daly, Dominick, tr. 

Adventures of Roger L' Estrange. D1532. 

Dame Care. Sudermann. S943d 

Dame de Monsoreau. Dumas. D886d 

Dame Nature and her three daughters. 

Saintine. S257d 

Damen's ghost. Bynner. B994d 
Damnation of Theron Ware. Frederic. 

F852d 

Damon, Sophie M. 

Old New-England days. D1630 

Damsel and the sage. Glyn. G568d 

Damsel or two. Moore. M82id 

Dan of Millbrook. Coffin. C675(l 
Dana, Francis. 

Leonora of the Yawmish. D168I 
Dana, Katharine F. 

Our Phil, and other stories. D168.220 

Dane, DanieL 

"Vengeance is mine." D179V 

Danesbury House. Wood. W874.33d 
Danforth, Parke. 

Not in the prospectus. Di8in 

Dangerous catspaw. Murray. M98i.33d 

Daniel Deronda. Eliot. E42d 

Daniele Cortis. Fogazzaro. F655d 
Daniels, Mrs. Cora L. 

Bronze Buddha. DiSsb 

Sardia. D185S 



Daniels, Mabel W. 

American girl in Munich. D 185. 22a 

Danish parsonage. [Vicary.] V629d 
Dannenberg, Georg, pseud. See Raimund, 

Golo. 

Danvers jewels, Cholmondeley. CS47d 

Danvis folks. Robinson. R663d 

Danvis pioneer. Robinson. R663da 

Daphne. Sherwood. S554d 

D'Arblay, Mme. Frances B. See Arblay, 

Mme. Frances B.d'. 

Dariel. Blackmore. B629d 

Dark days. Conway. C767d 

Dark lantern. Robins. R657d 

Dark night's work. Gaskell. G248d 

Dark o' the moon. Crockett. C938da 

Darkness and dawn. Farrar. F242d 

Darlingtons. Peake. P357<i 
Darnell, Henry F. 

Craze of Christian Engelhart. D223C 

Darrel of the Blessed Isles. Bacheller. 

Bi2id 
Darrow, Clarence S. 

Farmington. D226f 

Darrow enigma. Severy. Ssiid 
Dasent, Sir George W. 

Vikings of the Baltic. D228V 

Dash for a throne. Marchmont. M3i8d 

Daskam, Josephine D. 

Madness of Philip, and other tales of 
childhood. D229m 

Memoirs of a baby. D229me 

Middle aged love stories. D229mi 

bmith College stories. D299S 

Whom the gods destroyed; [stories.] 

D229wh 

Daudet, Alphonse. 

Artists' wives; same as Wives of men of 
genius; [stories.] D238ar 

La Belle Nivernaise; [stories.] D238b 

L'6vangeliste. D238e 

Fromont the younger, and Risler the eld- 
er; same as Sidonie^ and Fromont and 
Risler. D238f 

Immortal. D238i 

In the midst of Paris. D238in 

Jack. D238J 

Kings in exile. D238k 

Letters from my mill. Dl381e 

Little Good-for-nothing; same as Little 
What's-his-name. D2 381i 



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Daudet, Alphonse. 

Monday tales. 

Nabob. 

Numa Roumestan. 

Port Tarascon. 



D238m 

D238n 

D238nu 

D238P 



Sidonie; same as Fromont the younger, 
and Risler the elder, and Fromont and 
Risler. D258f 

Tartarin of Tarascon. D238t 

Tartarin on the Alps. D238ta 

Tartarin of Tarascon series. 
Tartarin of Tarascon D238t 

Same. in r843 . 88w v. 17 

Tartarin on the Alps. D238ta 

Same. in r843.88w v.17 

Port Tarascon. D238P 

Same. in r843 . 88w v. 18 

Wives of men of genius; same as Art- 
ists' wives. D238W 
Works. 24V. r843.88w 
V. 1-2. Nabob. 
V. 3-4, Fremont and Risler, and Robert 

Helmont. 
V. 5-6. Little What's-his name, The 
Belle Nivernaise, and How Jarjaille 
went to heaven, and other stories, 
v. 7. Little parish church. 
V. 8. The evangelist. 
V. 9-10. Numa Roumestan, and Rose 

and Ninette. 
V. 11-12. Kings in exile, and Scenes 

and fancies. 
V. 13. Thirty years in Paris, Arlatan's 

treasure, and La Fedor. 
V. 14. Memories of a man of letters. 

Artists* wives, and Ultima. 
V. 15. Immortal, and Struggle for life, 
v. 16. Sappho, and Between the flies 

and the footlights. 
V. 17. Tartarin of Tarascon, and Tar- 
tarin on the Alps. 
V. 18. Port Tarascon, and Studies and 

landscapes. 
V. 19. Letters from my mill, and Let- 
ters to an absent one. 
V. 20. Monday tales. 
V. 21-22. Jack. 
V. 23. Support of the family, and 

Notes on life. 
V. 24. Memoir, by L. Daudct, and Dau- 
det family, by E. Daudet. 



Daudet, Ernest. 
Apostate. D239a 

Daughter of a magnate. Spearman. S739da 
Daughter of stoic. Pratt. P9i2d 

Daughter of an Egyptian king. Ebers. 

Ei6e 

Daughter of an empress. Miihlbach. 

M952d 

Daughter of Dale. Taylor. T239.25d 

Daughter of Eve. Balzac. Bi98d 

Daughter of Eve. Kirk. K59d 

Daughter of Fife. Barr. B267d 

Daughter of Heth. Black. . B627d 

Daughter of New France. Crowley. C9S3d 
Daughter of Raasay. Raine. RiSSd 

Daughter of strife. Findlater. F495d 

Daughter of the fields. Tynan. T987d 

Daughter of the pit. Jackson. J 13d 

Daughter of the Sioux. King. K52d 

Daughter of the snows. London. L847da 
Daughter of the soil. Francis. F8i9d 

Daughter of the states. Pemberton. P395d 

Daughter of the tenements. Townsend. 

T748d 
Daughter of the vine. Atherton. rA868d 
Daughter of Thespis. Barry. B278.22d 
Daughter of to-day. Cotes. C853da 

Daughter of two nations. McClelland. 

Ml25.22d 

Daughter of Venice. Wood. W877d 

Daughters of Babylon. Barrett and Hich- 

ens. B274.23d 

Daughters of Nijo. Watanna. W324d 

Daughters of the revolution. Coffin. 

C675da 

Davenport, Arnold. 

By the ramparts of Jezreel. D247by 

Davenport Dunn. Lever. L658da 

David Alden's daughter, and other stories 

of colonial times. Austin. A936d 

David Balfour. Stevenson. S848d 

Same. in 828 . 89 S848 v.6 

David Copperfield. Dickens. D547d 

David Elginbrod. Macdonald. Mi35d 

David Grieve. Ward. W26ihi 

David Harum. Westcott. W525d 

David Poindexter's disappearance, and 
other tales. Hawthorne. H398d 

Davis, Foxcroft. 

Mrs. Darrell. D26imi 



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Davis, Mrs. Mary E. M. - 

Elephant's track, and other stories. D263e 
In war times at La Rose Blanche. 02631 
Little chevalier. D263li 

Queen's garden. D263q 

Under the man-fig. D263U 

Wire cutters. D263wi 

Davis, Mrs. Rebecca B. H. 

Doctor Warrick's daughters. D263.22d 

Frances Waldeaux. D263.22f 

Kent Hampden. D263.22k 

Natasqua. 1)263.2211 
Silhouettes from American life. C263.22S 
Davis, Richard H. 

Bar sinister. D264b 

Captain Macklin. B264C 

Cinderella, and other stories. D264ci 

Exiles, and other stories. D264e 

Gallegher, and other stories. D264g 

Her first appearance. D264h 

In the fog. D264i 

King's jackal. D264k 
Lion and the unicorn; [stories.] D264I 

Princess Aline. D264P 

Ranson's folly; [stories.] D264r 

Soldiers of fortune. D264S 
Van Bibber, and others; [stories.] D264V 
Davis, Varina A. J. 

Veiled doctor. D264.22V 
Davis, William S. 

Belshazzar. D265b 

Falaise of the blessed voice. D265f 

Friend of Caesar. D265fr 

"God wills itl" D26sg 
Dawe, Carlton. 

Bride of Japan. D269b 
Dawson, William T. 

London idylls. D272I 

Day and night stories. Sullivan. S952d 
Day at Laguerre's, and other days. Smith. 

S647da 

Day before yesterday. Shafer. S52Sd 

Day of fate. Roe. R699d 

Day of his youth. Brown. B87Sd 

Day of the dog. McCutcheon. Mi33d 

Day of their wedding. Howells. H859d 

Day of wrath. J6kai. J74d 

Day will come. Braddon. B798d 

Days like these. Townsend. T748da 

Days of auld lang syne. Watson. W339d 

Days of Bruce. Aguilar. A283d 



Days of Jeanne d'Arc. Catherwood. C363d 
Days of the Son or Man. Rhone. B478d 
Day's ride. Lever. L658day 

Day's work. Kipling. K57d 

Dayspring. Barry. B279d 

Dayspring. Marshall. M367d 

Deacon Bradbury. Dix. D6i9.27d 

Deacon Lysander. Greene. G8i2d 

Dead Lake^ and other tales. Heyse. H62id 
Dead leman, and other tales. Gautier, and 
others. G277.22d 

Dead Man's Rock. Couch. C853d 

Dead men tell no tales. Hornung. H8i6de 
Dead men's shoes. Braddon. B798de 

Dead secret. Collins. C7i3d 

Dead sin, and other stories. Garrett. 

G239d 
Dead souls. Gogol. G6i3tc 

Deal in wheat, and other stories of the new 
and old West. Norris. NSssd 

Dear. [Whitaker.] W577d 

Dear fatherland. Bilse. 661 id 

Dear Lady Disdain. McCarthy. Mi23d 

Dearborn, Laura, pseud. 

At the threshold. D284a 

Dearly bought. Burnham. B966d 

Death of the gods. M^rejkowski. M56id 
Debans, Camille. 

Gabriel's vocation. D286g 

Debatable land. Colton. C725d 

Debenham's vow. Edwards. E25d 

Debit and credit. Freytag. F895d 

Deborah. Ludlow. L945d 

Debts of honor. J6kai. J74de 

December roses. Praed. P897d 

De Cressy. Paul. P324d 

Deemster. Caine. Ci35d 

Deep-sea plunderings. Bullen. B936d 

Deephaven. Jewett. JS9d 

Deeping, Warwick. 

Uther and Igraine. D312U 

Deeps of deliverance. Van Eeden. V252de 
Deerslayer. Cooper. C777d 

De Foe, Daniel. 
Novels and miscellaneous works. 7v. 

823.5ino 
V. I. Captain Singleton, and Colonel 

Jack. 
V. 2. Memoirs of a cavalier. Memoirs 
of Captain Carleton, Dickory Cronke, 
and Everybody's business is nobody's 
business. 



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De Foe, DanieL 

Novels and miscellaneous works. 7v. 

823.5ino 

V. 3. Moll Flanders, and History of 
the devil. 

V. 4. Roxana, and Mrs. Christian 
Davics. 

V. 5. History of the plague in I^ondon, 
Great fire of London, The storm. 
Poetical essay on the storm, and 
Trueborn Englishman. 

V. 6. Duncan Campbell, New voyage 
round the world, and Political tracts 
relating to the Hanoverian succes- 
sion. 

V. 7. Robinson Crusoe, and Biographi- 
cal sketch of Daniel De Foe. 

De Forest, John W. 

Bloody chasm. D3i5b 

Honest John Vane. D3ish 

Lover's revolt. D315I 

Deland, Mrs. Margaret W. C. 

Doctor Lavendar's people; [stories.] 

D337do 
John Ward, preacher. D337J0 

Mr. Tommy Dove, and other stories. 

D337mi 

Old Chester tales. D3370I 

Philip and his wife. D337ph 

Sidney. D337si 

Story of a child. D337st 

Wisdom of fools; [stories.] D337wi 

Delectable duchy. Couch. C853de 

Delectable mountains. Colton. C725de 

' De Leon, Edwin. 

Askaros Kassis, the Copt. D346.22a 

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At Capri. D48ia 

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From kingdom to colony. D49if 

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Barnaby Rudge. D547b 

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Dombey and son. D547do 

Great expectations, and Hard times. 

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No thoroughfare. in D547st 

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Mere cypher. Ds47.22m 

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What answer? D553W 

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Winter picnic. D553.22W 

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Black wolf's breed. D554bi 

Ravanels. D5S4r 

She that hesitates. D554S 

Siege of x^ady Resolute. D554si 

Dictator. McCarthy. Mi23di 

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Dr. Paull's theory. D5S9d 

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Rose of old St. Louis. D578ro 

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Jill. D579J 

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Amazon. D584a 

Diniz, Julio, pseud. 

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Disowned. Lytton. 
Dita. Majendie. 
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Not angels quite. D663n 

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On the point. D663on 

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Donna Diana. Bagot. Bi48do 

Donna Quixote. McCarthy. Mi23do 
Donnelly, Ignatius. 

Caesar's column. D686c 

Doctor Huguet. D686d 

Golden bottle. D686g 
Donnelly, Joseph G. 

Jesus Delaney. D686.22J 
Donovan. Lyall. LgSid 
Donovan Pasha^ and some people of Egypt. 
Parker. P239do 
Doom! McCarthy. Mi23.44do 
Dora. Kavanagh. K22do 
Dora Darling. Austin. A936dor 
Dora Darling and Little Sunshine. A936dora 
Doreen. Lyall. LgSido 
Dorothea. Maartens. Mil id 
Dorothy. Paul. P324do 
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Dorothy Marlow. Marchmont. M3i8do 
Dorothy South. Eggleston. E3id 
Dorothy the Puritan. Watson. W337d 
Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall. Major. 

M234do 

Dorothy's experience. Trafton. T764d 

Dorothy's islands. Conklin. C75id 
Dorr» Mrs. Julia C. R. 

In kings' houses. D7i6i 

Dosia. Gr^ville. G838d 

Dostoyevsky, Feodor M. 

Crime and punishment. D725C 

Poor folk. D725P 

Doty Dontcare. i-oster. F756d 

Double barrelled detective story. Twain. 

T969do 

Double harness. Hope. H79ido 

Double thread. Fowler. F785d 

Doubleday's children. Cook. C768.22d 

Doubting heart. Keary. K24d 

Dondney, Sarah. 

Child of the precinct. D729C 

When we two parted. D729W 

DoDgall, Lily. 

Beggars all. D73ib 

Madonna of a day. D73im 

Mermaid. D73ime 

Mormon prophet. D73imo 

Question of faith. D73iq 

Summit House mystery. D731SU 



What necessity knows. D731W 

Zeit-geist. D73IZ 
Douglas, Amanda M. 

Bethia Wray's new name. D733b 

Children at Sherburne House. D733C 

Claudia. D733CI 

Fortunes of the Faradays. D733f 

From hand to mouth. D733f 

Heir of Sherburne. D733h 

Heirs of Bradley House. D733he 

Home Nook. D733ho 

Honor Sherburne. D733hon 

Hope Mills. D733hop 

In trust. D733i 

In wild rose time; [stories.] D733in 

Lucia, her problem. D733I 

Lyndell Sherburne. D733ly 

Mistress of Sherburne. D733m 
Modern Adam and Eve in a garden. 

D733mo 

Nelly Kinnard's kingdom. D733n 

Old woman who lived in a shoe. D7330 

Osborne of Arrochar. D7330S 

Question of silence. D733q 

Sherburne cousins. D733SC 

Sherburne girls. D733sg 

Sherburne House. D733sh 

Sherburne inheritance. D733si 

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Sherburne romance. D733sr 

Sherburne series. 

Sherburne House. D733sh 

Lyndell Sherburne. D733ly 

Sherburne cousins. D733SC 

Sherburne romance. D733sr 

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Children at Sherburne House. D733C 

Sherburne girls. D733sg 

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Sherburne quest. D733sq 

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Whom Kathie married. D733W 

Douglas, George, pseud. 

House with the green shutters. D734h 

Dove in the eagle's nest. Yonge. Y56do 
Dowager countess and the American girl. 

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Dowson, Ernest, and Moore, Arthur. 

Adrian Rome. D752.22ad 

Comedy of masks. D752.22C0 

Doyle, Sir A. Conan. 

Adventures of Gerard; [stories.] D754ag 

Adventures of Gerard; [stories.] D754ag 

ics.] D7S4as 

Captain of the Pole-star, and other tales. 

D7S4C 
Desert drama; same as Tragedy of the 

Korosko. D754tr 

Doings of Raffles Haw. D754do 

Duet. D754du 

Exploits of Brigadier Gerard; [stories.] 

D754ex 
Firm of Girdlestone. D7S4fi 

Great shadow. D754gr 

Green flag. D754gre 

Hound of the Baskervilles. D754ho 

Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes; [stories.] 

D754me 
Micah Clarke. D754mi 

My friend the murderer and other mys- 
teries and adventures. D754my 
Mystery of Cloomber. D754mys 
Parasite. D754P 
Refugees. D754re 
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D754ret 
Rodney Stone. D754ro 

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Study in scarlet. D7S4stu 

Tragedy of the Korosko; same as Desert 

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White company. D754wh 

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Nanna. D757n 

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In old St. Stephen's. D762i 



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Dreamers of the Ghetto. Zangwill. Z29dr 
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Drew, Mrs. Catharine. 

Lutaniste of St. Jacobi's. D776I 

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D'ri and I. Bacheller. Bi2idr 

Drift from Redwood Camp. Harte. 

in H327P 
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Jennie M. D. 
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Dromgoole, Will A. 

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Around a spring. D793a 

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Man's fear. D794m 

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Princess of Montserrat. D8iip 

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Columbus and Beatriz. D815C 

Martha Corey. D8i5m 

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History of Nicolas Muss. D8i6h 

Du Chaillu^ Paul. 

Ivar the viking. D826i 

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Folly Corner. D845f 

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Men of Marlowe's; [stories.] D845me 

Robin Brilliant D845ro 

Spindle and plough. D845SP 

Story of Susan. D845st 

Dodevant, Mme. Amantine L. A. D. See 
Sand, George. 

Doer, Caroline. 

Unconscious comedians. D853U 

Duet Doyle. D754du 

Doff, Conover, pseud. 

Master-knot, and "Another story." D8s4m 

Dn£Fels. Eggleston. E29d 

Duke of Stockbridge. Bellamy. B456du 

Duke's children. Trollope. T847du 

Duke's page. Dumas. D886p 

Duke's servants. Burchell. B947.22d 

Dukesborough tales. Johnston. J73.33d 
Dolac, George. 

Before the dawn. D878b 

Dulcibel's day-dreams. Marshall. M367du 
Dull Miss Archinard. Sedgwick. S447du 
Dumas, Alexandre. 
Agenor de Mauleon; same as Half broth- 
ers. D886a 
Ange Pitou; same as Taking the Bastile. 
2 V. D886an 
Ascanio. D886as 
Black, the story of a dog, Ball of snow, 
and Sultanetta. D886b 
Black tulip. D886bl 
Brigand, and Blanche de Beaulieu. 

D886br 
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Chevalier d'Harmental; same as Conspi- 
rators. D886ch 
Chevalier de Maison-Rouge, and Woman 
with the velvet necklace. D886che 
Chicot the jester; same as Dame de 
Monsoreau. D886chi 
Companions of Jehu. 2v. D886co 
Comtesse de Charny. 4v. D886com 
Conspirators; same as Chevalier d'Har- 
mental. D886con 
Count of Monte-Cristo. D886cou 
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jester. 2v. D886d 
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of Savoy. 2v. D886p 
Forty-five; same as Forty-five guards- 
men. 2v. D886t 



Half brothers; same as Agenor de Mau- 
leon. D886a 

Horoscope, and Chevalier d'Harmental. 

D886h 
Louise de la Valliere; same as part of 

Vicomte de Bragelonne. D8861 

Man in the iron mask; same as part of 

Vicomte de Bragelonne. D886m 

Marguerite de Valois. 2v. D886ma 

Marie Antoinette romances. 

Memoirs of a physician. 3v. D886me 
Queen's necklace. 2v. D886q 

Ange Pitou. 2v. D886an 

Comtesse de Charny. 4v. D886com 

Chevalier de Maison-Rouge. DI886che 

Memoirs of a physician, and Monsieur de 
Chauvelin's will. 3v. D886me 

Nanon; same as War of women. D886w 

Napoleon romances. 
Companions of Jehu. 2v. D886co 

Whites and the blues. 2v. D886wh 

She-wolves of Machecoul. 2v. D886s 

Olympe de Cleves. 2 v. D8860 

Page of the Duke of Savoy; same as 
Duke's page; sequel to Two Dianas. 

D886p 

Queen's necklace. 2v. D886q 

Regent's daughter; sequel to Chevalier 
d'Harmental, Brigand, and Blanche de 
Beaulieu. D886r 

She-wolves of Machecoul, and Corsican 
brothers. 2v. D886s 

Sylvandire, and BlacK tulip. D886sy 

Taking the Bastile; same as Ange Pitou. 

D886t 

Three guardsmen series. 
Three musketeers. 2v. D886th 

Twenty years after. 2v. D886tw 

Vicomte de Bragelonne. 6 v. D886v 

Three musketeers. 2v. D886th 

Twenty years after. 2v. D886tw 

Two Dianas. 3v. D886two 

Valois romances. 

Marguerite de Valois, 2v. D886ma 

Dame de Monsoreau. 2v. D886d 

Forty-five. 2v. D886f 

Vicomte de Bragelonne. 6v. D886v 

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War ot women; same as Nanon. D886w 

Whites and the blues, 2v. D886wh 

Du Maurier» George. 

Martian. D887m 

Peter Ibbetson. D887P 

Trilby. D887t 

Dumb foxglove, and other stories. Slosson. 

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Dumps. Parr. P259du 

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Sons o* Cormac, an' tales of other men's 
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Fanatics. 

Folks from Dixie; [stories.] 

Heart of Happy Hollow. 

In old plantation days; [stories.] 

Love of Landry. 

Sport of the gods. 

Strength of Gideon, and other stories. 

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Uncalled. D899U 

Duncan, Norman. 
Doctor Luke of the Labrador. D9i2.2ido 
Soul of the street. D912.21S0 

Way of the sea. D912.21W 

Duncan, Sarah J. See Cotes, Mrs. Sarah 
J. D. 

Duncan Campbell. De Foe. in 823.sino v.6 

Dunn, George. 

Red cap and blue jacket. D92ir 

Dunn, Mrs. Gertrude C. See Colmore, G. 

Dunn, Martha B. 

Memory Street. 

Dunning, Charlotte, pseud. 

Step aside. 

Upon a cast. 
Dunraven Ranch. King. 

Dunton, Theodore Watts—. 

Aylwin. 
Durand, Mme. Alice M. C. F. 

Henry. 
Durand, Sir Henry M. See Roy, John. 
Durket sperret. Elliott. E47d 

Duryea, Nina L. 

Among the palms; [stories.] D969a 

Dusantes. Stockton. In S866ca 

Dust. Hawthorne. H398du 

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Dwellers in the hills. Post. P^SSd 

Dye, Mrs. Eva £. 

Conquest. D995C 

Dynamiter. Stevenson. S848.i2m 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.3 

Dynevor Terrace. , Yonge. Y56dy 

Eagle blood. Creelman. C9i3e 

Eagle's heart. Garland. G233e 

Earle, Mrs. Alice M. 

In old Narragansett; [stories.] Eiiin 
Earlier stories. Burnett. 69646 

Earl's daughter. Sewell. SsiSe 

Early dawn. Charles. C475e 

Early tales and sketches. Bjornson. 

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Earnest trifler. Sprague. S766e 

Earth and the fullness thereof. Rosegger 

R799C 
Earth trembled. Roe. R699e 

Earthly paragon. McGlasson. Mi4Se 

Earth's enigmas. Roberts. R643C 

East and West. Hale. Hi63e 

East Angels. Woolson. W916C 

Eastern tales by many story tellers. Val- 
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Eastover Court House. Boone and Brown. 

B724e 
Ebb tide. Stevenson and Osbourne. 

S848.iie 
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Eben Holden. Bacheller. Bi2ie 

Ebers, Georg M. 
Arachnc. 2v. Ei6a 

Barbara Blomberg. 2v. Ei6b 

Bride of the Nile. 2v. Ei6br 

Burgomaster's wife. £i6bu 

Cleopatra. 2v . Ei6c 

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Elixir, and other tales. Ei6el 

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Gred; same as Margery. 2v. Ei6m 

Homo sum, and Serapis. Ei6ho 

In the Blue Pike. Ei6i 

In the Blue Pike, Question, and Elixir. 

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In the desert. Ei6ind 

In the fire of the forge. 2v. Ei6inf 



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Ebers, Georg M. 

Joshua. Ei6j 

Margery; same as Gred. 2v. Ei6m 

Only a word; same as Word, only a word, 

and Sisters. E160 

Question. Ei6q 

Serapis. Ei6s 

Sisters. Ei6si 

Sisters, and Joshua. Ei6sis 

Thorny path. 2v. Ei6t 

Uarda. 2v. Ei6u 

Word, only a word; same as Only a 

word. Ei6w 

Word, only a word^ and Burgomaster's 

wife. Ei6wo 

Echo of passion. Lathrop. L354e 

Eckstein, Ernst. 

Aphrodite. EiQa 

Chaldean magician. EiQc 

Cyparissus. EiQcy 

Hertha. Eigh 

Monk of the Aventine. EiQm 

Nero. Eipn 

Prusias. EiQp 

Quintus Claudius. EiQq 

WilL Eipw 

Eckstorm, Mrs. Fannie H. 

Penobscot man; [stories.] E2ip 

Edelweiss or the Sierras, and other tales. 

Harrison. H3i8e 

Eden. Saltus. Si8ie 

Edgar Huntl}-. Brown. B877.33e 

Edge of things. Peattie. P36Se 

Edgcworth, Maria. 

Moral tales. E23m 

Popular tales. E23P 

Tales and novels. 10 v. E23t 

Edler, Karl E. 

Baldine, and other tales. E23.iib 

Edmonds, Mrs. Elizabeth M. 

Amygdala. E23.22a 

Edward Burton. Wood. W876C 

Edwardes, Mrs. Annie. 
Archie Lovell. E24a 
Ballroom repentance. E24b 
Blue-stocking. E24bl 
Jet; her face or her fortune? E24J 
Ought we to visit her? E240U 
Philip Earnscliffe. E24P 
Playwright's daughter, and Bertie Grif- 
fiths. E24pl 



Susan Fielding. E24SU 

Vivian the beauty. E24vi 

Edwards, Amelia B. 

Barbara's history. E25b 

Debenham's vow. E25d 

Half a million of money. E25h 

Hand and glove. E25ha 

In the days of my youth. E25i 

Ladder of life. E25I 

Edwards, Harry S. 
His defense, and other stories. £25.22h 
Two runaways, and other stories. £25.22t 

Edwards, Matilda B. Betham— . 

Brother Gabriel. E26b 
Disarmed. E26d 
Doctor Jacob. E26do 
Exchange no robbery, and other novel- 
ettes. E26e 
Felicia. E26f 
Forestalled. E26fo 
Next of kin wanted. E26n 
Pearla. E26p 
Romance of Dijon. E26r 
Sylvestres. E26S 
Edwin Brothertoft. Winthrop. W793e 
Edwin Drood. Dickens. in Ds47t 

Eggleston, Edward. 

Circuit rider. E29C 

Duffels; [stories.] E29d 

End of the world. E29e 

Faith doctor. E29f 

Graysons. E29g 

Hoosier school-master. E29h 

Mystery of Metropolisvillc. E29m 

Roxy. E29r 

Eggleston, George C. 

Captain in the ranks. E31C 

Carolina cavalier. E3ica 

Dorothy South. E3id 

Evelyn Byrd. E3ie 

Master of Warlock. E3im 

Southern soldier stories. E31S 

Eggleston, George C, and Bacon, Mrs. Do- 
lores M. 

Juggernaut. E31.11J 

Egoist. Meredith. M559e 

Egyptian princess. Ebers. Ei6e 

Ehrmann, Max. 

Mystery of Madeline Le Blanc. E33m 

Eichhofs. Reichenbach. R3Sie 



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Eiloart, Mrs. Elizabeth. 

From thistles-grapes? E34^ 

Eircne. Ames. Asi4e 

Ekkehard. Scheffel. S3i6e 

El Furcidis. Cummins. C971C 

Elbon, Barbara, pseud. 

Bethesda. E37b 

Eleanor. Ward. W26iel 

Eleanor Dayton. Stephenson. S837el 

Eleanor Maitland. Clement. C626e 

Eleanor's victory. Braddon. B/pSe 

Elect lady. Macdonald. Mi35e 

Elective affinities. Goethe. 

inr838.62G684wv.6 

Same. in 66840 

Elephant's track, and other stories. Davis. 

D263e 
Eleventh commandment. Barrili. B275.22e 
Elia. Caballero. Cii2e 

Elinor Fenton. Foster. F7540 

Eliot, Annie, pseud. See Trumbull, Annie 

E. 

Eliot, George, pseud. 

Adam Bede. E42a 

Daniel Deronda. 2v. E42d 

Felix Holt, the radical. E42f 

Middlemarch. E42m 

Mill on the Floss. E42mi 

Romola. E42r 

Scenes of clerical life. E42S 

Silas Marner. E42si 

Elissa. Haggard. Hi45e 

Elixir, and other tales. Ebers. Ei6el 

Same. in Ei6in 

Elizabeth, queen of Roumania. 

Heart regained. E44h 

Pilgrim sorrow; [stories.] E44pi 

Elizabeth. Cottin. .C848e 

Elizabeth, Christian scientist. Crim. 

C93ie 

Elizabeth in Rtigen. [Arnim.] A75ia 

Elizabeth's children. Xi5e 

Ellen and Mr. Man. Morris. M876e 

Ellen Middleton. Fullerton. F79ie 
Elliot, Mrs. Frances M. 

Italians. E46i 
Elliott, Sarah B. 

Durket sperrct. E47d 

Incident, and other happenings; [stories.] 

E47i 

Jerry. E47J 



E47J0 
E47m 

E47.22W 



John Paget. 

Making of Jane. 
ElHs, Alfred B. 

West African stories. 
Ellis, J. Breckenridge. 

Holland wolves. E48ho 

Elsie. Kielland. K45e 

Elsie Venner. Holmes. H7S3e 
Elsket, and other stories. Page. Pi33el 

Emanuel. Pontoppidan. P8i8e 

Embarrassments. James. J27e 
Embree, Charles F. 

Heart of flame. E53h 
Emerste, John, pseud. 

Allisto. E53.22a 
Emersonj P. H. 

Caoba, the guerilla chief. E54C 

Emigrant ship. Russell. Rg68em 

Emigrants. Carle ton. C28ie 

Emilia in England. Meredith. M559S 

Emily Chester. Crane. C888.22e 

Emma. Austen. A933e 

Emmanuel. Cooley. C773.22e 
Emmanuel Burden, merchant. Belloc 

B446em 

Emmy Lou. Martin. M38ie 

Emperor. Ebers. £i6em 

Empress Josephine. Muhlbach. M952e 

En route. Huysmans. HqSSc 

Enault, Louis. 

Captain's dog. E56C 

Carine. E56ca 

Christine. E56ch 

Enchanted burro. Lummis. L957c 

Enchanted type-writer. Bangs. 

8i7.49B2i6e 
End of the world. Eggleston. E29e 

Endeavor doin's down to the Corners. 

Cowan. C873e 

Endymion. Beaconsfield. 

in r823.86w v. 19-20 
Enemy to the king. Stephens. S835en 

England's yeomen. Charlesworth. C478e 
English Daisy Miller. Johnson. J7ie 

English girl in America. Powell. P886c 
Englishwoman's love-letters. Author of 
Englishwoman's love-letters. Xise 

Modern Antaeus. Xism 

Enoch Willoughby. Wickersham. W636e 
Entail. Gait. G179C 

Epicurean. Moore. M824e 



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Equality. Bellamy. B436C 

"Erb." Ridge. RS44er 

Erckmann, Emile, and Chatrian, Alexandre. 
Alsacian schoolmaster. E65a 

Blockade of Phalsburg. E65b 

Citizen Bonaparte. E6sc 

Confessions of a clarionet player, and 
other tales. E65CO 

Conscript. E65con 

Count of Nideck. E65COU 

Country in danger. E65coun 

Forest house^ and Catherine's lovers. 

E65f 
Friend Fritz. E65fr 

Invasion of France in 1814. E65i 

Madame Therese. E65m 

Miller's story of the war; same as Ple- 
biscite. E65mi 
Polish Jew, and other stories. E6sp 
States general. E65S 
Stories of the Rhine. E65s^ 
Story of a campaign in Kabylia, and other 
tales. E65sto 
Story of a peasant. 
States general. E65S 
Country in danger. E65coun 
Year one of the republic. E65y 
Citizen Bonaparte. E65C 
Waterloo. E6sw 
Wild huntsman, and other tales. E65wi 
Year one of the republic. E65y 

Eric Brighteyes. Haggard. Hi45er 

Erlach Court. Schubin. 83846 

Ernest Maltravers. Lytton. LppSe 

Ernestine. Hillern. H6520 

Errant wooing. Harrison. H3i8er 

Ersilia. Poynter. P892e 
Erskine, Pajme. 
When the gates lift up their heads. 

E73-33W 
EnkiiiCy Mrs. Thomas. 

Wyncote. E73.44W 

Escape from the tower. Marshall. M367e 
Espiritu Santo. Skinner. S629e 

Estclle Russel. Prior. P958e 

Estevan. Musick. M987e 

Esther. Compton. C737e 

Esther Vanhomrigh. Woods. W896e 

Eternal city. Caine. Ci35e 

Ethel. Bell. B433et 

Etidorhpa. Lloyd. L792et 



Ettrick Shepherd, pseud. See Hogg, James. 
Eugene Aram. Lytton. LgpSeu 

Eugenie Grandet. Balzac. Bi98e 

Eunice. Robertson. R6si.22e 

Europeans. James. J27eu 

Eustace diamonds. Trollope. T847e 

Eustis, Mrs. Edith M. 

Marion Manning. Epim 

Eutaw. Simms. S594e 

Evan Harrington. Meredith. 

Ms59ev 
Evangeliste. Daudet. D238e 

Same. in 843 . 88w v. 8 

Evans, Mary A. See Eliot, George. 
Evans of Suffolk. Farquhar. F238e 

Eve. Gould. G698e 

Evelina. Arblay. A665e 

Same; introd. by A. Dobson. A665ed 

Evelyn Byrd. Eggleston. E3ie 

Evening tales. Ortoli. 078e 

Evenings at Haddon Hall. Calabrella. 

Ci4ie 
Eventide light. Marshall. M367ev 

Every inch a king. Sawyer. S27ie 

Every inch a soldier. Winter. W785ev 

Every one his own way. Wyatt. W975ev 
Eve's ransom. Gissing. G535e 

Evolution of Dodd. Smith, S664e 

Exchange no robbery, and other novel- 
ettes. Edwards. E26e 
Executor. Alexander. A374e 
Exiles, and other stories. Davis. D264e 
Expatriates. Bell. B434e 
Expatriation. Xiie 

Expedition of Humphry Clinker. Smollett. 

S666h 

Same; ed. by by G. Saintsbury. S666hs 

Experiment in altruism. Sherwood. S554e 

Expiation. Thanet. T367e 

Exploits of Brigadier Gerard. Doyle 

D7S4ex 
Extracts from Adam's diary. Twain. 

T969ex 
Extracts from the diary of Moritz Svengali. 
Welch. W438e 

Eye for an eye. Trollope. T847ey 

Eyes like the sea. Jokai. J73e 

Eyre's acquittal. Mathers. M427e 

Eyster, Mrs. Nellie B. 

Chinese Quaker. E98ch 

Fabiola. Wiseman. W8i4f 



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Fables in slang. Ade. 


8i7.49A228f 


Fabre, Ferdinand. 




Abbe Tigranc. 


Fi23a 


Face and the mask. Barr. 


B268f 


Face illumined. Roc. 


R699f 


Face to face. Grant. 


G764f 


Faience violin. Champfleury. 


C4Sif 


Fainalls of Tipton. Johnson. 


J7if 


Fair barbarian. Burnett 


B964f 


Fair god. Wallace. 


Wipif 


Fair Jewess. Farjeon. 


F229f 


Fair maid of Perth. Scott. 


S43if 


Fair Saxon. McCarthy. 


Mi23f 


Fairfax. Cooke. 


C772f 


Faith. Valdes. 


Vi45f 


Faith doctor. Eggleston. 


E29f 



Faith Gartney's girlhood. Whitney. W6i7f 
Faith of men, and other stories. London. 

L847f 
Falaise of the blessed voice. Davis. D265f 
Falconberg. Boyesen. B79if 

Falconer, Lanoe, pseud. 

Cecilia de Noel. F182C 

Hotel d'Angleterre, and other stories. 

Fi82h 

Mademoiselle Ixe. FiSsm 

Falk. Conrad. C754f 

Falkland. Ly tton. in L998CO 

Falkner, J. Meade. 

Lost Stradivarius. F193I 

Fall of Damascus. Russell. R96if 

Fall of Somerset Ainsworth. A297f 

Fallen fortunes. Payn. P345f 

False coin or true? Montr^sor. MSiif 

Fame and sorrow. Balzac. BigSf 

Fame for a woman. Metcalfe. MsSSf 

Family feud. Harder. H258f 

Family fortunes. Garrett G239f 

Family tree, and other stories. Matthews. 

M439f 
Family without a name. Verne. V53if 
Fanatics. Dunbar. D899f 

Fanchon the Cricket Sand. S2i3f 

Fane, Violet, pseud. 

Story of Helen Davenant F211S 

Far above rubies. Riddell. R542f 

Far away and long ago. Kemble. K32f 
Far from the maddening girls. CarryL 

C32if 
Far from the madding crowd. Hardy. 

H272f 



Far from to-day. HalL Hi76{ 

Far in the forest MitchelL M682f 

Fardorougha the miser. Carleton. C28if 

Fargus, Frederick J. See Conway, Hugh. 

Farjeon, Benjamin L. 

At the sign of the Silver Flagon. F229a 

Basil and Annette. 3v. F229b 

Blade-o'-grass. F229bl 

Bread-and-cheese and kisses. F229br 

Duchess of Rosemary Lane. F2294 

Fair Jewess. F229f 

For the defence. F229fo 

Great Porter Square. F229gr 

House of white shadows. F229h 

In a silver sea. F229i 

Jessie Trim. F229J 

London's heart 3v. F229I 

Pride of race. F229P 

Shadows on the snow. F229S 

Something occurred. F229S0 

Strange enchantment. F229st 

Farm of the Dagger. Phillpotts. P564f 

Farmer and the Lord. Hepworth. HS29f 

Farmington. Darrow. D226f 

Farquhar, Anna. 

Evans of Suffolk. F238e 

Her Boston experiences. F238h 

Professor's daughter. F238P 

Singer's heart F238S 

Farrar, Frederick W. 

Darkness and dawn. F242d 

Gathering clouds. F242g 

Farringdons. Fowler. F785f 

Farrington, Margaret V. 

Fra Lippo Lippi. F246f 

Fashionable philosophy, and other sketches. 
Oliphant 046f 

Fashionable sufferer. Hopkins. H797f 

Fatal boots. Thackeray. inT363bu 

Fatal gift Moore. M82if 

Fate of a voice. Foote. in F689I 

Fate of Fenella. Mathers, and others. 

M427.22f 

Fate of Madame La Tour. Paddock. Pi22f 
Fate of Mansfield Humphreys. White. 

W587.22f 
Fate of the innocents. Winslow. W 7 79.22! 
Fate the fiddler. Macllwaine. Mi5if 

Fated to be free. Ingalow. hfii 

Father Darcy. Caldwell. Ci47f 

Father of six. Potapenko. F859f 



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Father Stafford. Hope. H79if 

Fathers and children. Turg^nieff. T936f 

Fathers and sons. Turg^nieff. T936f 

Fawcett, Eldgar. 

Adventures of a widow. F278a 

Ambitious woman. F278am 

Confessions of Claud. F278C 

Demoralizing marriage. F278d 

Gentleman of leisure. F278g 

Hopeless case. F278ho 

House at High Bridge. F278hou 

Loaded dice. F278I 

Olivia Delaplaine. F2780 

Social, silhouettes. F278S 

Tinkling cymbals. F278t 

Fearful responsibility, and other stories. 

Howclls. H8s9f 

Fearless investigator. Xi6f 

Federal judge. Lush. L969f 

Feet of clay. Barr. B267f 

Felicia. Edwards. E26f 

Felicitas. Dahn. Dijife 

Felix Holt^ the radical. Eliot. E42f 

FeUdn, Alfred L., joint author. See Fowl- 
er, Ellen T. 
Felkin, Mrs. Ellen T. F. See Fowler, 

Ellen T. 
Fellah. About. Ai56f 

F^nelon, Francois de S. de la Mothe — . 

Adventures of Telemachus. F332a 

Penn, George M. 
Clerk of Portwick. F334C 

Commodore Junk. F334CO 

Mahme Nousie. F334m 

Nurse Elisia. F334n 

Parson o' Dumford. F334P 

Story of Antony Grace. F334S 

Tiger lily. F334t 

Vicar's people. F334V 

Ferdinand, Count Fathom. Smollett. 

S666c 
Femald, Chester B. 
Cat and the cherub, and other stories. 

F362C 

Under the jack-staff; [stories.] F362U 

Ferragus, chief of the Devorants. Balzac. 

Bi98fe 

Ferrier, Susan E. 

Destiny. 2v. F39id 

Inheritance. F39ii 

Feud of Oakficld Creek. Royce. R888f 



Feuillet, Octave. 

Romance of a poor young man. F426r 

Fiammetta. Story. S888f 

Fiander's widow. Francis. F8i9f 

Fidalgos of Casa Mourisca. Diniz. D585f 

Fiddler of Lugau. Roberts. R646f 

Fidclis. Cambridge. Ci77f 

Field, AUce D. 

Palermo. F452P 

Field, Mrs. CaroHne L. W. 

High-lights. F452 . 22h 

Field, Charles K., and Irwin, Will H. 

Stanford stories. F453S 

Field, Eugene. 

Holy cross, and other tales. F454h 

The house. F454ho 

Little book of profitable tales. F454I 

Second book of tales. F454S 

Field, Margaret. 

Secret of Fontaine-la-Croix. F445S 

Field, Maunsell B., joint author. See James, 
George P. R. 

Field, Roswell. 

Romance of an old fool. F456ro 

Fielding, Henry. 

Amelia. F459a 

Joseph Andrews. F459J 

Tom Jones. F459^ 

Fierceheart the soldier. Snaith. S669f 

Fifth string. Sousa. S725f 
Fifty-five years old, and other stories about 

teachers. Bardeen. B245f 

Fight for the crown. Norris. N86if 

Fighting bishop. Hopkins. H794f 
Fighting the Matabele. Chalmers. C438f 

Figs and thistles. Tourgee. T727f 

File No. 113. Gaboriau. Gii6f 

Filigree ball. Green. G795fi 
Findlater, Jane H. 

Daughter of strife. F495d 

Green graves of Balgowrie. F495g 

Rachel. F495r 
Findlater, Mary. 

Rose of joy, F496r 

Finley, Mrs. Martha F. 

Casella. F513C 

Signing the contract. FS13S 

Thorn in the nest Fsi3t 

Wanted — a pedigree. F513W 

Firebrand. Crockett. C938f 

Firm of Girdlestone. Doyle. D754fi 



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First Christmas tree. Van Dyke. V248f 

First family of Tasajara. Harte. H327f 

First harvests. Stimson. SSspf 

First love, and other stories. Turgenieff. 

T936fi 

First love is best. Hamilton. H2i8f 

First violin. Fothergill. F76if 

Fish, WilUaton, 

Short rations. F532S 

Fisher, Frances. See Reid, Christian. 

Fisher girl of France. Calmettes. Ci64f 

Fisher lass. Bjornson. B625fi 

Same. . in B625h 

Fitz-Boodle papers. Thackeray. 

in T363b 
Same. in T363bu 

Fitzgibbon, Edward. 

New River. Fs54.22n 

Five hundred dollars, and other stories. 
Chaplin. C464f 

Fixed period. Trollope. T847f 

Flagg, E. E. 

Holden with cords. F574h 

Flame-gatherers. Potter. P868fl 

Flame of fire. Hocking. H684f 

Flame of life. Annunzio. rA6i5f 

Flammarion, Camille. 
Lumen. F581I 

Omega. F5810 

Urania. F581U 

Flandrau, Charles M. 

Diary of a freshman. F58sd 

Harvard episodes; [stories.] FsSsh 

Flash of summer. CliflFord. C638f 

Flaubert, Gustave. 

Salammbo. F587S 

Fleming, George, pseud. 

Andromeda. F597a 

Head of Medusa. FS97h 

Kismet. Jt'597k 

Mirage. F597m 

Truth about Clement Ker. Fs97t 

Vestigia. F597V 

Flemish life. Conscience. C755f 

Fletcher, Joseph S. 
Life in Arcadia; [stories.] F6i3li 

Mistress Spitfire. F6i3mi 

Paths of the prudent. F6i3pa 

When Charles the First was king. 

F6i3wh 

Fletcher, Julia C. See Fleming, George. 

Fleury, Jules. See Champfleury. 



Flight of the shadow. Macdonald. 

in Mi35ho 
Flint, Annie. 

Girl of ideas. F623gi 

Flip. Hartc. H327ff 

Flitch of bacon. Ainsworth. A297fl 

Flitters, Tatters and the Counsellor, and 

other sketches. Laffan. Li63f 

Floating city. Verne. V53ifl 

Florestane the troubadour. Addison. 

A226f 

Flotsam. Merriman. M57ifl 

Flower, Elliott. 

Delightful Dodd. F644<ie 

Policeman Flynn. F644P0 

Spoilsmen. F644SP 

Flower, fruit and thorn pieces. Richter. 

R535f 
Flower-o'-the-corn. Crockett. C938fl 

Flower of forgiveness. Steel. S8i3fl 

Flower of Gala Water. Barr. B267fl 

Flute and violin, and other Kentucky tales 
and romances. Allen. A427f 

Flynt, Josiah, pseud. 

Little brother F648I 

Rise of Ruderick Clowd. F648ri 

Flynt, Josiah, and Walton, Francis. 

Powers that prey; [stories.] F648.22P 

Foam of the sea, and other tales. Hall. 

Hi76fo 

Foes in ambush. King. K52f 

Fogazzaro, Antonio. 

Daniele Cortis. F655d 

Poet's mystery. F655P 

Fogcrty, J. 

Countess Irene. F656C 

Foggerty's fairy, and other tales. Gilbert. 

G466f 
Folks from Dixie. Dunbar. D899fo 

Folly Corner. Dudeney. D845f 

Foma GordyeeflF. Gorky. G669.52f 

Food of the gods. Wells. W4S5fo 

Fool errant. Hewlett. H6i2fo 

Fool of nature. Hawthorne. H398f 

Fool of quality. Brooke. 6871. 22f 

Fool's errand. Tourg^c. T727fo 

Fools of nature. Brown. B875{ 

Foote, Mrs. Mary H. 

Chosen valley. F689C 

Coeur d'Alene. F689CO 

Cup of trembling, and other stories. 

F689CU 



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Foote, Mrs. Mary H. 
Desert and the sown. F689d 

In exile, and other stories. F689i 

John Bodewin's testimony. F689J 

Last assembly ball, and Fate of a voice. 

F689I 
Led-horse claim. F689le 

Prodigal. F689P 

Touch of sun, and other stories. F689to 
Footsteps of a throne. Pemberton. P39Sfo 
Footsteps of fate. Couperus. C856f 

For a maiden brave. Hotchkiss. H832fo 
For a woman. Perry. P464£ 

For cash only. Payn. P345fo 

For faith and freedom. Besant. B554f 

For fifteen years. Ulbach. U36f 

For God and gold. Corbett. C789f 

For king or country. Barnes. B26if 

For love of country. Brady. B8i2f 

For love or crown. Marchmont. M3i8f 

For the defence. Farjeon. F229fo 

For the fourth time of asking. [Whitaker.] 

W577f 
For the freedom of the sea. Brady. 

B8i2fo 
For the honor of the flag. Robinson. 

R659.22f 
For the major. Woolson. W9i6f 

For the pleasure of his company. Stoddard. 

S867f 
For the right. Franzos. F837f 

For the white Christ. Bennet. B468fo 

For the white rose of Arno. Rhoscomyl. 

R479f 
Forayers. Simms. S549f 

Forbidden fruit. Hacklander. Hi22f 

Ford, James L. 

Brazen calf. F699b 

Ford, Paul L. 
Checked love affair, and Cortelyou feud. 

F712C 
Great K. and A. train-robbery. F7i2g 

Honorable Peter Stirling. F7i2h 

Janice Meredith. F7i2> 

Story of an untold love. F712S 

Tattle-tales of Cupid; [stories.] F7i2t 

Wanted — a chaperon. F712W 

Wanted — a matchmaker. F7i2wa 

Ford, Paul Lr^ ed. House party; [stories.] 

F7i2ho 



Ford, SewelL 

Horses nine; [stories.] F7i3ho 

Foregone conclusion. Howells. H8s9fo 

Forest days. James. j26fo 

Forest folk. Prior. P958.i2f 

Forest hearth. Major. M234fo 
Forest house. Erckmann and Chatrian. 

E65f 

Forest life. Kirkland. K62.22f 

Forest lovers. Hewlett. H6i2for 
Forest orchid, and other stories. 

Higginson. H636f 

Forest schoolmaster. Rosegger. R799^ 

Forestalled. Edwards. E26fo 

Forge in the forest. Roberts. R643fo 
Forman, Justus M. 

Journey's end. F724J0 

Monsigny. F724m 

Tommy Carteret. F724to 

Forsaken inn. Green. G795fo 
Forsslund, Louise, pseud. 

Ship of dreams. F732sh 
Forstcr, Wilhelm Meyer—. See Meyer- 

Forster, Wilhelm. 

Fort Amity. Couch. C853f 

Fort Birkett. Townsend. T748fo 

Fortnight of folly. Thompson. T474f 

Fortunate failure. Le Row. L6i8f 

Fortune of a day. Channing. C459I 

Fortune of war. Barrow. B278f 

Fortune's darling. Raymond. R273f 

Fortune's fool. Hawthorne. H398fo 

Fortunes of Fifi. Seawell. S442fo 

Fortunes of Glencore. Lever. L658f 

Fortunes of Nigel. Scott. S43^io 

Fortunes of Oliver Horn. Smith. S647fo 

Fortunes of Rachel. Hale. Hi63f 
Fortunes of the Faradays. Douglas. 

D733f 

Fortunio. Gautier. G277f 

Forty-five. Dumas. D886f 

Forward House. Case. C337f 
Foster, David S. 

Elinor Fenton. F754e 

Foster, Mabel G. 

Heart of the doctor. F75S.22he 

Foster, Mary F. 

Doty Dontcare. F756d 

Foster, Mary L. See Forsslund, Louise. 
Fothergill, Caroline. Comedy of Cecilia. 

F759.22C 



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FothergiU, Jessie. 




Borderland. 


F76ib 


First violin. 


F76if 


March in the ranks. 


F76im 


Oriole's daughter. 


F7610 


Probation. 


F761P 



Foul play. Reade and Bouclcault. RaSs.iif 

Found and lost. Jacobi. Ji6f 

Found at Blazing Star. Harte. in H327flF 

Found dead. Payn. P345fou 

Foundations. Porter. P848f 

Founding of fortunes. Barlow. B258fo 

Fountain sealed. Besant. B554fo 

Four and five. Hale. Hi63fo 

Four destinies. Gautier. G277fo 

Four feathers. Mason. M398fo 

Four-leaved clover. Gray. G78if 

Four Macnicols. Black. in B627mi 
Four roads to paradise. Goodwin. G657f 

Fourteen to one. Phelps. PS38fo 

Fourth generation. Besant. B554fou 

Fowler, Ellen T. 
Concerning Isabel Carnaby. F785C 

Double thread. F785d 

Farringdons. F78sf 

Fuel of fire. F78sfu 

Place and power. F785PI 

Sirius; [stories.] F78SS 

Fowler, Ellen T., and Felkin, Alfred L. 
Kate of Kate Hall. F785.22k 

Fowler. Harraden. H296f 

Fox, John, jr. 

Christmas eve on Lonesome, and other 

stories. F792ch 

Crittenden. F792cr 

Cumberland vendetta, and other stories. 

F792CU 
"Hell-fer-sartain/' and other stories. 

F792h 
Kentuckians. F792k 

Little shepherd of Kingdom Come. 

F792li 

Mountain Europa. F792m 

Fra Lippo Lippi. Farrington. F246f 

Framley parsonage. Trollope. T847fr 

France, Anatole, pseud. 

Crime of Sylvestrc Bonnard. F815C 

Frances Waldeaux. Davis. D263.22f 

Francesca, pseud. See Alexander, Fran- 

cesca. 
Francezka. Seawell. S442fr 



Francillon, Robert E. 

Romances of the law. F8i6r 

Under slieve-ban. F8i6u 

Francis, M. E., pseud. 

Christian Thai. F819C 

Daughter of the soil. F8i9d 

Fiander's widow. F8i9f 

Lychgate Hall. F8i9ly 

Manor farm. F8i9m 

Pastorals of Dorset. F819P 

Story of Dan. F819S 

Francis, Mary C. 

Dalrymple. F8i9.22d 

Francis, Mary C, joint author. See Golden, 

Richard. 

Francis Cludde. Weyman. WS49st 

Francois, Louise von. 

Last von Reckenburg. F825I 

Francois the waif. Sand. S2i3fr 

l<rank Fairlegh. Smedley. S637f 

Frank Mildmay. Marryat M362f 

Frank Warrington. Harris. H3i5f 

Frankenstein. Shelley. S544f 
Francos, Karl E. 

Chief justice. F837C 

For the right. F837f 

Jews of Barnow; [stories.] F837J 
Fraser, Mrs. Hugh. 

Custom of the country; [stories.] F841C 

Splendid Porsenna. F841S 

Fraser, William A. 

Blood lilies. F842bl 

Brave hearts. F842br 

Thoroughbreds. F842th 

Frau Frohmann, and other stories. Trol- 
lope. T847fra 

Frau Wilhelmine. Stinde. S86if 

Frechette, Louis. 

Christmas in French Canada. F851C 

Frederic, Harold. 

Copperhead. F852C 

Damnation of Theron Ware. F852d 

Deserter, and other stories. F852de 

Gloria mundi. F852g 

In the valley. F852i 

Lawton girl. F852I 

March hares. F8s2m 

Market-place. F852ma 
Marsena, and other stories of wartime. 

F852mar 



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Frederic, Harold. 




From hand to hand. Raimund. 


RiS3.22f 


Return of the O'Mahony. 


F852r 


From hand to mouth. Douglas. 


D733fr 


Scth's brother's wife. 


F852S 


From jest to earnest. Roe. 


R699fr 


Frederick. Walford. 


Wi74f 


From kingdom to colony. Devereux. D49if 


Frederick the Great and his < 


court. Miihl- 


From one generation to another. Merri- 


bach. 


M952f 


man. 


Ms7ifr 


Frederick the Great and his family. Miihl- 


From sand hill to pine. Harte. 


H327fr 


bach. 


M9S2fr 


From the earth to the moon. 


Verne. 


Fredcrique. Pr6vost. 


P944fr 




VS3ifr 


Free Joe, and other Georgi 


an sketches. 


From the land of the shamrock. 


Barlow. 


Harris. 


H3i4f 




B258fr 


Free, not bound. Trask. 


T775f 


From the land of the snow-pearls. Hig- 


Free to serve. Rayner. 


R27Sf 


ginson. 


H636fr 


Freeman, Mrs. Mary E. W. 


See Wilkins, 


From the memoirs of a minister of France. 


Mary E. 




Weyman. 


WS49fr 


French, Alice. See Thane t, Octave. 


From the other side. Fuller. 


F966f 


French, Allen. 




From the ranks. King. 


in K52de 


Colonials. 


F873C 


From the unvarying star. Lawson. L425fr 


French, Mrs. Anne W. See Warner, Anne. 


From the wings. Buxton. 


B99if 


Frenssen, Gustav. 




From thistles-grapes? Eiloart. 


E34f 


Jorn Uhl. 


F878J0 


From timber to town, down in 


Egypt. 


Fresrtag, Gustav. 






Xi8ft 


Debit and credit. 


F895<i 


From whose bourne. Barr. 


B268fr 


Ingo. 


F895i 


Fromont and Risler. Daudet. 




Ingraban. 


F895in 


inr843.88wv. 3-4 


Lost manuscript. 


F89S1 


Fromont the younger and Risler the elder. 


Friedman, Isaac K. 




Daudet. 


D238f 


By bread alone. 


F9ii.42b 


Frontier stories. Warman. 


W278f 


Friedrich, Frau Bertha H. See Raimund, 


Frontiersmen. Craddock. 


C884fr 


Golo. 




Frothingham, Eugenia B. 




Friend Fritz. Erckmann and Chatrian. 


Turn of the road. 


F9i9.33t 




E65fi 


Froude, James A. 




Friend of Caesar. Davis. 


D265f 


Nemesis of faith. 


F942n 


Friend Olivia. Barr. 


B267fr 


Two chiefs of Dunboy. 


F942t 


Friend or foe. Child. 


C535f 


Frozen pirate. Russell. 


R968fr 


Friend with the countersign. 


Benson. 


Fruitfulness. Zola. 


Z86fr 




B474f 


Fuel of fire. Fowler. 


F785fu 


Friends. Phelps. 


P538fr 


Fugitive. Brudno. 


B889f 


Friendship and folly. Pool. 


P82lf 


Fugitive blacksmith. Stewart. 


SSsofu 


Friis, J. A. 




Fuller, Anna. 


i 


Lajla. 


F913I 


Katherine Day. 


F96sk 


Frith, Walter. 




Literary courtship. 


F96SI 


In search of quiet. 


F9i9.22i 


One of the pilgrims. 


F96S0 


Sack of Monte Carlo. 


F919.22S 


Pratt portraits; [stories.] 


F96spr 


Frivolous Cupid. Hope. 


H79ifr 


Venetian June. 


F965V 


From a Swedish homestead. 


Lagerlof. 


Fuller, Caroline M. 






Li74f 


Across the campus. 


F965.22a 


From dusk to dawn. Woods. 


W894f 


Fuller, Edward. 


, 


From exile. Payn. 


P345fr 


Complaining millions of men. 


F965.33C 


From generation to generation. Koel. 


Fuller, Henry B. 






N765f 


Chatelaine of La Trinity. 


F966C 



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Fuller, Henry B. 

Chevalier of Pensieri-Vani. F966ch 

Cliff-dwellers. F966CI 
From the other side; [stories.] F966f 

With the procession. F966W 

Fuller, Hulbert 

Vivian of Virginia. F968V 

Fullerton, Lady Georgiana C. 

Constance Sherwood. F971C 

Ellen Middleton. F97ie 

Lady-bird. F971I 

Rose Leblanc. F97ir 

Stormy life. F971S 

Too strange not to be true. F97it 

Fur country. Verne. V53ifu 

Gaboriau, Emile. 

l*ile No. 113. Fii6f 

Honor of the name. Gii6h 

Monsieur Lecoq. Gii6m 

Mystery of Orcival. Gii6my 

Other people's money. G1160 

Widow Lerouge. Gii6w 

Gabriel Conroy. Harte. H327g 

Gabriel Tollivcr. Harris. H3i4g 

Gabriel's vocation. Debans. D286g 

Gadfly. Voynich. V97Sg 

Gagneur, Mme. Louise M. 

Nihilist princess. Gi36n 
Gaines, Charles K. 

Gorgo. G 141 go 

Galahad of the Creeks. Yeats. Y4ig 

Galatea. Cervantes Saavedra. C4i9g 
Galdemar, Ange. 

Robespierre. Gi49r 

Gald6s, Benito P6rez. See Perez Galdos, 

Benito. 
Gale, James S. 

Vanguard. GiSiv 

Gallant fight. Harland. H283g 

Gallant lords of Bois-Dore. Sand. S2i3g 

Gallaudet, S. D. 

Charley. G165C 

Gallegher, and other stories. Davis. D264g 
Gallon, Tom. 

Man who knew better. Gi73.52m 

Gallops I. Gray. G778g 

Gallops 2. Gray. G778ga 

Galloway herd. Crockett. C938g 
Gait, John. 

Annals of the parish, and Ayrshire lega- 
tees. Gi79a 



Entail. 

Provost, and other tales. 

Sir Andrew Wylie of that ilk. 

Game. London. 



Gi79e 

GI79P 
G179S 

L847g 



Garden of a commuter's wife. Author of. 
At the sign of the Fox. Xi7at 

Garden of Allah. Hichens. H626g 

Garden of Eden. Howard. H848g 

Garden of swords. Pemberton. P39Sga 
Garden of tares. Hill and Hopkins. H646g 

Gardenhire, Samuel M. 
Lux crucis. G219I 

Silence of Mrs. Harrold. G219S 

Gardiner, Margaret. See Blessington, Mar- 
garet, countess of. 

Gardner, Mrs. H. C. 

King's daughter, with other stories from 
real life. G227.22k 

Gardner, Sarah M. H. 

Quaker idyls. G228.22q 

Garland, Hamlin. 

Boy life on the prairie. G233bo 

Captain of the Gray-horse troop. G233C 

Eagle's heart. G233e 

Her mountain lover. G233hc 

Hespcr. G233hes 

Jason Edwards. G233J 

Light of the star. G233I 

Little Norsk. G233li 

Main-travelled roads; [stories.] G233m 

Member of the Third House. G233mc 

Prairie folks; [stories.] G233P 

' Rose of Dutcher's Coolly. G233r 

Spoil of office. G233S 

Wayside courtships; [stories.] G233W 

Garman and Worse. Kielland. K45g 

Garrett, Edward, pseud. 

By still waters. G239b 

Crooked places. G239C 

Crust and the cake. G239cr 

Dead sin, and other stories. G239d 

Doing and dreaming. G239do 

Family fortunes. G239f 

Gold and dross. G239g 

House by the works. G239h 

Occupations of a retired life. G2390 

Premiums paid to experience. G239P 

Garrison tales from Tonquin. O'Neill. 

Os7g 

Garrison tangle. King. K52g 



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Garstangs of Garstang Grange. Trollope. 

T849g 
Garth. Hawthorne. H398g 

Gaskell, Lady Catherine M. 

Old Shropshire life; [stories.] G247 o 
Gaskell, Mrs. Elizabeth C. S. 

Cousin Phillis. G248C 

Cranford. G248cr 

Dark night's work. G248d 

Lizzie Leigh, and other tales. G248I 

Lois the witch, and other tales. G248I0 

Mary Barton, and other tales. G248m 

North and South. G248n 

Sylvia's lovers. G248S 

Wives and daughters. G248W 

Gasparin, Valerie B., comtesse de. 

Under French skies. G249U 

Gaspe, Philippe A. de. 

Canadians of old. G249.22C 

Gaston de Latour. Pater. P^QSg 

Gates, Eleanor. 

Biography of a prairie girl. G258b 

Gates ajar. Phelps. P538g 

Gates between. Phelps. P538ga 

Gates of chance. Sutphen. S967g 

Gates wide open. Wood. W87Sg 

Gath, pseud. See Townsend, George A. 
Gathering clouds. Farrar. F242g 

Avatar, Jettatura, and Water pavilion. 

G277a 

Captain Fracasse. 3v. G277C 

Fortunio, One of Cleopatra's nights, and 

King Candaules. G277f 

Four oestinies. G277fo 

Jack and Jill, Thousand and second night, 

Elias Wildmanstadius, Daniel Jovard, 

. and Bowl of punch. G277J 

Mademoiselle de Maupin. 2v. rG277m 

Militona, Nightingales, Marchioness's 

lap-dog, and Omphale. G277mi 

One of Cleopatra's nights. G2770 

Quartette, and Mummy's foot. G277q 

Romance of a mummy. G277r 

Spirite, Vampire, and Arria Marcella. 

G277S 
Gautier, Th6ophile, and M6rim6e, Prosper. 
Tales before supper. G277.iit 

Gautier, Th6ophile, and others. 

Dead leman, and other tales. G277.22d 
Gave rocks. Gould. G698g 

Gaviota. Caballero. Cii2g 



Gayworthys. Whitney. W6i7g 

Gender in satin. Rita. R598g 

General manager's story. Hamblen. HiQQg 
General's daughter. Potapenko. P859g 

General's double. King. K52gc 

Gentleman from Indiana. Tarkington. 

Ti87g 
Gentleman of France. Weyman. W549ge 
Gentleman of leisure. Fawcett. F278g 
Gentleman player, Stephens. S835gc 

Gentleman Upcott's daughter. Raymond. 

R273g 
Gentleman vagabond, and some others. 
Smith. S647ge 

Gentleman's gentleman. Pemberton. 

P395ge 
Genuine girl. Lincoln. I-'737g 

Geoffrey Hampstead. Jarvis. J38g 

Geoffrey Strong. Richards. R5i7g 

Geoff ry Hamlyn. Kingsley. Ks6rc 

George Geith of Fen Court. Riddell. 

R542g 
George Mandeville's husband. Robins. 

R657gc 
George Washington Jones. Stuart. S932ge 
George's mother. Crane. C892g 

Georgia scenes. Longstreet. L8S7g 

Georgians. Hammond. H225.22g 

Georgians. Harben. H255g 

Gerald Ffrench's friends. Jessop. Js8.22g 
Gerald Fitzgerald. Lever. L658g 

Gerard, Dorothea. 

Blood tax. G3s6bl 

Lot 13. G356I 

Orthodox. G356 o 

Queen of curds and cream. G356q 

Wrong man. G356W 

Gerard, Emily, and Gerard, Dorothea. 

Beggar my neighbour. G3S7b 

Reata. G357r 

Waters of Hercules. G357W 

Gerda. Schwartz. S399g 

Germaine. About. Ai56g 

German novelists. Roscoe. Z735g 

Germandre family. Sand. 

in 843.82m v. 1 5-16 
Gertrude. Sewell. SsiSg 

Xiertrude's marriage. Heimburg. H467g 
Ghetto silhouettes. Warfield and Hamm. 

W274.22g 

Ghost Camp. Boldrewood. B687gh 



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Ghost stories of an antiquary. James. 

J29gh 
Ghosts I have met, and some others. 

Bangs. 817.49 B2i6g 

Giannetto. Majendie. M233g 

Giant raft Verne. VS3ig 

Giant's gate. Pemberton. P395gi 

Giant's robe. Anstey. A625gi 

Gibbs, George. 

Love of Monsieur. G442I0 

Gibeme» Agnes. 

Coulyng Castle. G445C 

Nigel Browning. G445n 

Gideon Fleyce. Lucy. L943g 

Gideon's Rock, and other tales. Saunders. 

S2s6g 
Gift, Thco, pseud. 

Dishonoured. G459d 

Island princess. G459i 

Maid Ellice. G459m 

Gil Bias. Le Sage. L623a 

Gilbert, George. 

Island of sorrow. G465i 

GUbert, VTiUiam S. 

Foggerty's fairy, and other tales. G466f 
Gilded age. Twain and Warner. T969.iig 
Gilder, Jeannette L. 

Taken by siege. G467t 

Gilliam, Edward W. 

1791; a tale of San Domingo. G479.22S 

Gilman, Bradley. 

Back to the soil. G487b 

Ronald Carnaquay. G487ro 

Gilmore, James R. See Kirke, Edmund. 
Gilson, R07 R. 

In the morning glow. G489in 

When love is young. G489W 

Giordano Bruno, Plumptre. P736g 

Giotto's sheep. Waller. Wi98g 

Gipsy. James. J26g 

Girardin, Mme. Delphine G. de, and others. 

Cross of Berny. G52IC 

Girl and the kaiser. Mackie. MisSgi 

Girl at Cobhurst. Stockton. S866g 

Girl at the halfway house. Hough. H8;38g 
Girl graduate. Woolley. W9i3gi 

Girl of ideas. Flint. F623gi 

Girl of Virginia. Thruston. T53igi 

Girl proposition. Ade. 817.49 A228g 

Girl's life in a hunting country. Handa- 

syde. H236g 



Gissing, George. 




Crown of life. 


G535cr 


Denzil Quarrier. 


GS35<i 


Eve's ransom. 


G535C 


In the year of jubilee. 


G535i 


Nether world. 


G535n 


Paying guest 


G53SP 


Sleeping fires. 


G53SS 


Veranilda. 


G53Sve 


Giulio Malatesta. Trollope. 


T849firi 


Givers. Wilkins. 


W684g 


Gladiators. Melville. 


M53ig 


Glasgow, Ellen A. G. 




Battle-ground. 


G548b 


Deliverance. 


G548<1 


Descendant. 


GsAfidt 


Voice of the people. 


G548V 



Glimpses of old New England life. Brown. 

B874.44g 

Gloria. Perez Gald6s. P438g 

Gloria mundi. Frederic. F852g 

Gloria victis. Mitchell. M68ig 

Gloria victis. Schubin. S384g 

Glouvet, Jules de, pseud. See Beaurepaire, 
Guernay de. 

Glovatski, Alexander. 

Pharaoh and the priest G565P 

Glover, Elizabeth. 

Jefferson Wildrider. G566J 

Glow-worm teles. Payn. P345g 

Gluemer, Claire von. 

Noble name. G567n 

Glyn, Anna L. 

Pearl of the realm. G567.22P 

Glyn, Elinor. 

Damsel and the sage. G568d 

Reflections of Ambrosine. G568re 

Visits of Elizabeth. G568V 

Gobineau, Joseph A., comte de* 

Romances of the East G575r 

God in the car. Hope. H79ig 

God of his fathers, and other stories. Lon- 
don. L847go 

God saVe the king. Macdonald. Mi35.4ig 

God seeker. Rosegger. R799g 

"God wills it!" Davis. D26sg 

Godfrey, Elizabeth, pseud. 

Poor human nature. G583P 

Winding road. GS83W 

Godkin, Georgina S. 

Stories from Italy. G586S 



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Godolphin. Lytton. LOQ^g 

God's fool. Maartens. Miiig 

Gods give my donkey wings. Abbott. 

Ai29.33g 

God's good man. Corelli. C797go 

Gods, some mortals, and Lord Wickenham. 

Hobbes. H682g 

Godwin, William. 

Adventures of Caleb Williams. G593a 
Goethe, Johann W. von. 
Novels and tales. G684n 

Sorrows of young Werther, and Elective 
afRnities. :n r838.62 G684W v.6 

Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship. 

in r838.62 G684W v. 1-2 
Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship and 
travels. G684W 

Wilhelm Meister's travels, and Recrea- 
tions of the German emigrants. 

in r838.62 G684W v.3 
Goethe and Schiller. Mtihlbach. M952g 
Gogol, Nikolai V. 
Dead souls; same as TchitchikofTs jour- 
neys. G6i3tc 
St. John's eve, and other stories. G613S 
Taras Bulba. G6i3t 
TchitchikofTs journeys; same as Dead 
souls. G6i3tc 
Gold and dross. Garrett. G239g 
Gold Elsie. Marlitt. M348g 

Gold fish of Gran Chimu. Lummis. 

L957g 
Gold of Chickaree. Warner. W284.iig 
Gold wolf. Pemberton. P39Sgo 

Golden, Richard, and Francis, Mary C. 
Old Jed Prouty. G618.11 o 

Golden age. Grahame. R743g 

Golden age in Transylvania. Jokai. J74g 
Golden arrow. Hall. Hi78.42g 

Golden book of Venice. TurnbuU. T943g 
Golden bottle. Donnelly. D686g 

Golden bowl. James. j27go 

Golden butterfly. Besant and Rice. 

BS54.iig 
Golden chain. Overton. 095go 

Golden Dog. Kirby. KsSg 

Golden fetich. Phillpotts. P564go 

Golden fleece. Phillips. P554go 

Golden gossip. Whitney. W6i7go 

Golden house. Warner. W28igo 

Golden justice. Bishop. B622go 



Golden Lion of Grandp^re. Trollope. 

T847g 
Golden sorrow. Pool. P82ig 

Golden spike. King. K52.33g 

Golden wedding, and other tales. Stuart. 

S932go 
Goldsmith, Milton. 

Rabbi and priest. G623r 

Goldsmith, Oliver. 

Vicar of Wakefield. G624V 

Golficide, and other tales of the fair green. 

Sutphen. S967go 

Gomes Coelho, Joaquim G. See Diniz, 

Julio. 
Good-bye, proud world. Kirk. K59go 

Good for nothing. Melville. M53igo 

Good of the wicked. Kildare. K47go 

Good old times. Ainsworth. A297g 

Good red earth. Phillpotts. P564goo 

Good ship Mohock. Russell. R968go 

Goodloe, Abbe C. 
At the foot of the Rockies; [stories.] 

G6s3at 
Calvert of Strathorc. G6s3c 

College girls; [stories.] G6S3co 

Goodwin, Mrs. Maud W. 
Four roads to paradise. G6S7f 

Head of a hundred. G657h 

Sir Christopher. G6s7s 

White aprons. G6s7w 

Gordon, Charles W. See Connor, Ralph. 

Gordon, Julien, pseud. 

Diplomat's diary. G664d 

Poppaea. G664P 

Successful man. G664S 

Gordon, Samuel. 

Strangers at the gate. G665S 

Gordon Keith. Page. Pi33go 

Gorgo. Gaines. Gi42g 

G6rky, M&xim, pseud. 

Fom4 Gordy^eff. G669.52f 

Orloff and his wife. G669.520 

Gospel of freedom. Herrick. H565g 

Gospel stories. Tolstoi. T654g 

Gospel writ in steel. Paterson. P296g 
Goss, Charles F. 

Loom of life. G677I0 

Redemption of David Corson. G677r 
Gould, Sabine Baring — . 

Broom-squire. G698b 



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Gould, Sabine Baring — . 




Cheap Jack Zita. 


G698C 


Eve. 


G698e 


Gaverocks. 


G698g 


In the roar o£ the sea. 


G698i 


John Herring. 


G698J 


Kitty Alone. 


G698k 


Little Tu'penny. 


G698I 


Mehalah. 


G698ra 


Noemi. 


G698n 


Red Spider. 


G698r 


Richard Cable. 


G698ri 


Urith. 


G698U 


Winefred. 


G698W 



Governor, and other stories. Hibbard. 

H624g 

Grace Lee. Kavanagh. K22g 

Grafters. Lynde. . LgSSg 

Graham, Mrs. Margaret C. 

Stories of the foot-hills. G741S 

Grahame, Kenneth. 

Dream days; [stories.] G743d 

• Golden age. G743g 

Gramercy Park. Wood. W877g 

Grand, Mme. Sarah, pseud. 

Heavenly twins. G75ih 

Ideala. G75ii 
Our manifold nature; [stories.] G7510 

Grandison Mather. Harland. H282gr 

Grandissimes. Cable. Cii5g 

Grandmother. Nemec. N433g 

Grania. Lawless. L4i8g 

Grant, James. 

Constable of France, and other military 

historiettes. G762C 

Dick Rodney. G762d 

Harry Ogilvie. G762h 

King's own borderers. G762k 

Mary of Lorraine. G762m 

Phantom regiment. G762P 

Romance of war. G762r 

Yellow frigate. G762y 

Grant, Maria M. 

Sun-maid. G762S 

Grant, Robert. 
Bachelor's Christmas, and other stories. 

G764b 

Face to face. G764f 

Knave of hearts. G764k 

Opinions of a philosopher. G764 o 

Orchid. G764or 



Reflections of a married man. G764r 

Romantic young lady. G764ro 

Undercurrent. G764U 

Unleavened bread. G764un 

Grape from a thorn. Payn. P345gr 

Gras, F61iz. 

Reds of the Midi. G767r 
Terror; sequel to Reds of the Midi. G767t 

White terror; sequel to Terror. G767W 

Graustark. McCutcheon. Mi33g 

Graves, Clotilda, L M., and others. 

Seven Xmas eves. G775S 

Graveyard flower. Hillern. H652g 

Gray, David. 

Gallops i; [stories.] G778g 

Gallops 2; [stories.] G778ga 

Gray, Maxwell, pseud. 

Costly freak. G781C 

Four-leaved clover. G78if 

House of hidden treasure. G78ih 

In the heart of the storm. G78ii 
Innocent impostor, and other stories. 

G78iin 

Last sentence. G781I 

Reproach of Annesley. G78ir 

Ribstone pippins; [stories.] G78iri 

Richard Rosny. G78iric 

Silence of Dean Maitland. G781S 

Sweethearts and friends. G781SW 

World's mercy; [stories.] G781W 

Gray eye or so. Moore. M82ig 

Gray man. Crockett. C938gr 

Gray world. Underbill. U54gr 

Gray sons. Eggleston. E29g 

Graziella. Lamartine. L2i7g 

Great expectations. Dickens. D547g 

Great Grenfell Gardens. Buxton. BQpig 
Great K. and A. train-robbery. Ford. 

F7i2g 
Great love. Burnham. B964g 

Great man of the provinces in Paris. Bal- 
zac. BigSgr 
Great Porter Square. Farjeon. F229gr 
Great shadow. Doyle. D754gr 
Great stone of Sardis. Stockton. S866gr 
Great war syndicate. Stockton. S866grc 
Greater glory. Maartens. Miiigr 
Greater inclination. Wharton. W553g 
Greatest gift. Marchmont. M3i8gr 
Greatest heiress in England. Oliphant. 

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Greaves, Richard, pseud. See McCutcheon, 
George B. 

Gred. Ebers. Ei6m 

Green, Anna K. 

Agatha Webb. G795a 

Amethyst box. G79Sam 

Circular study. G795C 

Cynthia Wakeham's money. G795cy 

Doctor Izard. G759d 

Filigree ball. G795fi 

Forsaken inn. G795fo 

Hand and ring. G795h 

House in the mist. G795ho 

Leavenworth case. G795I 

Lost Man's Lane; sequel to That affair 

next door. G795I0 

Marked "Personal." G795m 

Mill mystery. G795mi 

Millionaire baby. G795mil 

Miss Hurd. G795mis 

One of mv sons. G7950 

Strange disappearance. G795S 

Sword of Damocles. G79SSW 

That affair next door. G795t 

Green book. Jokai. J74gr 

Green diamond. Morrison. M878gr 

Green fire. Macleod. Mi64.iigr 

Green flag. Doyle. D7S4gre 

Green gate. Wichert. W633g 
Green graves of Balgowrie. P'indlater. 

F495g 

Green hand. Cupples. C974g 

Green mansions. Hudson. H888gr 

Green Mountain boys. Thompson. T47ig 

Green pastures and Piccadilly. Black. 

B627g 

Greene, Mrs. Sarah P. M. 

Cape Cod folks. G8i2c 

Deacon Lysander. G8i2d 

Lastchance Junction. G812I 

Leon Pontifex. G8i2le 

Moral imbeciles. G8i2mo 

Some other folks. G8i2so 

Stuart and Bamboo. G8i2st 

Vfsty of the Basins. G8i2v 

Winslow Plain. G8i2wi 

Greey, Edward. 

Captive of love. G817C 

Grcifenstein. Crawford. C899gr 

Grfville, Henry, pseud. 

Aline. G838a 



Cleopatra. 


G838CI 


Count Xavier. 


G838CO 


Dosia. 


G838d 


Grey, P. Zane. 




Betty Zane. 


G845b 


Grey cloak. MacGrath. 


Mi47gr 


Grey lady. Merriman. 


M57igr 


Grey wig. Zangwill. 


Z29gr 


Griffis, William E. 




Honda the Samurai. 


G852h 


Griffith Gaunt. Reade. 


R285g 


Grip of honor. Brady. 


B8i2g 


Grisly Grisell. Yonge. 


Y56g 



Grossi, Tommaso. Marco Visconti. G878m 
"Ground arms!" Suttner. S968g 

Group of noble dames. Hardy. H272g 
Gryll Grange. Peacock. in 823. 76w v.2 

Guardian angel. Holmes. H753g 

Guardians. Preston. P938g 

Guenn. Howard. H848gu 

Guerrazzi, Francesco D. 

Beatrice Cenci. G934b 

Isabella Orsini. G934i 

Manfred. G934m 

Guest at the Ludlow, and other stories. 

Nye. 817.49 N993g 

Gu6zenec, Alfred. See Br6hat, Alfred de. 

Guild Court. Macdonald. Mi35g 

Guilt and innocence. Schwartz. S399gu 

Guilty river. Collins. C7i3g 

Guiney, Louise I. 

Lovers' Saint Ruth's, and three other 

tales. G964I 

Gulliver's travels. Swift. S977g 

Same. in 827.S2WS v.12 

Gunnar. Boyesen. B79ig 

Gunsaulus, Frank W. 

Monk and knight. G976m 

Gunter, Archibald C. 

King's stockbroker; sequel to Princess of 

Paris. G977k 

Miss Nobody of Nowhere. G977m 

Mr. Barnes of New York. G977mi 
Mr. Potter of Texas. G977mis 

Princess of Paris. G977P 

Guthrie, Thomas A. See Anstey, F. 

Guthrie of the Times. Altsheler. A469gu 

Gutzkow, Karl F. 

Through night to light. G985t 

Guy Fav»'kes. Ainsworth. A297gu 

Guy Mannering. Scott. S43ig 



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Guy Rivers. Simms. S594S 

Gwendoline's harvest. Payn. P34Sgw 

Gwynn, Stephen. 

John Maxwell's marriage. G994J 

Old knowledge. G9940 

Gwynne, PauL 

Bandolero. GpQSb 

Pagan at the shrine. G995P 

Gypsy Christ, and other tales. Sharp. 

S532g 
H. H., pseud. See Jackson, Mrs. Helen M. 

F. H. 

H — family. Bremer. in B836d 
Habberton, John. 

All he knew. Hi 13a 

Caleb Wright Hi 13c 

Chautauquans. Hii3ch 

Helen's babies. Hii3h 

Jericho road. H113J 

Lucky lover. H113I 

Tiger and the Insect. Hii3ti 

Trif and Trixy. Hii3tr 

Hacklander, Friedrich W. 

Behind the counter. Hi22b 

Forbirfdcn fruit. Hi22f 

Haggard, H. Rider. 

Allan Quatermain. Hi45a 

Allan's wife, and other tales. Hi45al 

Beatrice. Hi45b 

Brethren. Hi45br 

Colonel Quaritch, V. C. H145C 
Elissa, and Black heart and white heart 

H14SC 

Eric Brighteyes. Hi45cr 

Jess. H14SJ 

King Solomon's mines. Hi45k 

Lysbeth. Hi45ly 

Maiwa's revenge. Hi4Sm 

Mr. Meeson's will. Hi45mi 

Montezuma's daughter. Hi45mo 

Nada the Lily. Hi4Sn 

Pearl-maiden. Hi45pe 

Swallow. H14SS 

Haggard, H. Rider, and Lang, Andrew. 

World's desire. H145.11WO 

Hajji Baba of Ispahan. Morier. M855a 

Hale, Edward E. 
Christmas eve and Christmas day; [stor- 
ies.] H163C 
East and West Hi63e 
Fortunes of Rachel. Hi63f 



Four and five. Hi63fo 

His level best, and other stories. Hi63h 
If, yes and perhaps. Hi63i 

In His name. Hi63in 

Ingham papers. Hi63ing 

Man without a country, and other tales. 

Hi63m 
Mr. Tangier's vacations. H 163011 

My friend the boss. Hi63my 

Our new crusade. H1630 

Philip Nolan's friends. H163P 

Susan's escort, and others; [stories.] 

H163S 
Ten times one is ten. Hi63t 

Ups and downs. H163U 

Hale, Edward E., and Hale, Lucretia P. 

New Harry anu Lucy. Hi63.22n 

Hale, Lucretia P., and Bjrnner, Edwin L. 

Uncloseted skeleton. H163.1IU 

Hal^vy, Ludovic. 

Abbe Constantin. Hi68a 

Autumn manoeuvres; [stories.] Hi68au 

Parisian points of view; [stories.] Hi68p 

Half a million of money. Edwards. E25h 

Half brothers. Dumas. D886a 

Half brothers. Stretton. S9i6h 

Half-caste. MulocK. Mgsglh 

Half-hours with foreign novelists. Zim- 

mern. Zgpih 

Hall, Mrs. Anna M. P. 
Sketches of Irish character. Hi 745 

Whiteboy. W174W 

Hall, Charles W. 

Twice taken. Hi74.22t 

Hall, Gertrude. 

April's sowing. Hi76a 

Far from to-day; [stories.] Hi76f 
Foam of the sea and other tales. Hi76fo 

Hall, Ruth. 

Black gown. Hi78.42b 

Do wnr enter's son. Hi78.42do 

Golden arrow. Hi78.42g 

Pine Grove House. Hi78.42pi 

Hallam succession. Barr. B267h 

Halves. Payn. P345h 

Hamblen, Herbert E. 

General manager's story. HiQpg 

Red shirts. Higpre 

Hamerling, Robert. 

Aspasia. H2i4a 



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Haznerton, Philip G. 

Mannorne. H2i5m 

Wenderholme. H215W 

Hamilton, Mrs. Annie £• H. Le^— • See 

Holds worth, Annie E. 
Hamilton, Lord Ernest W. 

Outlaws of the marches. 
Hamilton, Gail, pseud. 

First love is best 
Hamilton, Kate W. 

Parson's proxy. 

Rachel's share of the road. 
Hamilton, M. 

Self-denying ordinance. 
Hamm, laargherita A., joint author. See 

Warficld, David. 
Hammer. Church and Seeley. C559.33h 
Hammer and anvil. Spielhagen. S735h 



H217.220 

H2i8f 

H219P 
H2i9r 

H219.22S 



Hammersmith. Severance. 


S498h 


Hammond, Mrs. Henrietta H. 




Georgians. 


H225.22g 


Hammond, L. H. 




Master-word. 


11227m 


Hammond, William A. 




Doctor Grattan. 


H228d 


Lai. 


H228I 


Mr. Oldmixon. 


H228m 


Hancock, Anson U. 




Silhouettes from life. 


H233.228 


Hand and glove. Edwards. 


E25ha 


Hand and ring. Green. 


G79Sh 


Hand of Ethelberta. Hardy. 


H272h 


Handasyde, pseud. 




Girl's life in a Hunting country. H236g 


Handicapped. Harland. 


H283h 


Handicapped among the free. 


Rayner. 




R275h 


Handsome Humes. Black. 


B267h 


Handsome Laurence. Sand. 




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Handy Andy. Lover. 
Hanging moss. Lindau. 
Hania. Sienkiewicz. 
Hannah. Mulock. 
Hannah Thurston. Taylor. 
Hans of Iceland. Hugo. 
Happy boy. Bjornson. 
Happy Dodd. Cooke. 
Happy-go-lucky. Harris. 
Harben, William N. 
Abner Daniel. 



L9iih 
L742h 
Ss72h 
M959ha 
T238h 
H89Sh 
B625h 

C773h 
H3i5h 

H255a 



Georgians. 

Substitute. 
Hard cash. Reade. 
Hard-pan. Bonner. 
Hard times. Dickens. 
Hard won victory. Litchfield. 
Hardenberg, Priedrich von. 

Heinrich von Osterdingen. 
Harder, Ludwig. 

Family feud. 
Hardwicke. Rood. 
Hardy, Arthur S. 

But yet a woman. 

His daughter first. 

Passe Rose. 

Wind of destiny. 
Hardy, Thomas. 

Desperate remedies. 

Far from the madding crowd. 

Group of noble dames; [stories, 

Hand of Ethelberta. 

Laodicean. 

Life's little ironies; [stories.] 

Mayor of Casterbridge. 

Pair of blue eyes. 

Return of the native. 

Tess of the D'Urbervilles. 

Trumpet major. 

Two on a tower. 

Under the greenwood tree. 

Well-beloved. 

Wessex tales. 

Woodlanders. 

Hardy Norseman. Lyall. 

Harkins, Edward P. 

Schemers. 
Harkriders. Read. 
Harland, Henry. 

As it was written. 

Cardinal's snuff-box. 

Grandison Mather. 

Lady Paramount 

Latin-quarter courtship, and 
ies. 

Mrs. Peixada. 

My friend Prospero. 

Two women or one? 

Yoke of Thorah. 
Harland, Marion, pseud. 

Gallant fight. 

Handicapped. 



H2ssg 
H255SU 
R285h 
B7i6h 
in D547g 
L776h 

in833.63n 

H258f 
R776h 

H268b 
H268h 
H268P 
H268W 

H272d 

H272f 
] H272g 

H272h 
H272I 

H272li 

H272m 
H272P 
H272r 

H272t 

H272tr 

H272tW 

H272U 

H272W 

H272we 

H272WO 

L98ih 

H281S 
R284h 



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H282I 

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H282mi 

H282my 

H282tW 

H282yo 

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Harland, Marion, pseud. 




His great self. 


H283hi 


Husbands and homes. 


H283hu 


In our county; [stories.] 


H283i 


Jessamine. 


H283J 


Judith. 


H283JU 


Miriam. 


H283m 


Mr. Wayt's wife's sister; 


[stories.] 




H283mi 


Nemesis. 


H283n 


Sunnybank. 


H283S 


With the best intentions. 


H283W 


Harold. Lytton. 


L998h 



Harper, Carrie A., joint author. See Dix, 
Beulah M. 

Harraden, Beatrice. 

Fowler. H296f 

Hilda Strafford. H296h 

In varying moods; [stories.] H296i 

Katharine Frensham. H296k 

Ships that pass in the night. H296S 

Harrigan, Edward. 

Mulligans. H297m 

Harriman, Karl E. 
Ann Arbor tales. H297.22a 

Harrington, George F., pseud. See Baker. 

William M. 
Harriott, Mrs. Clara M. See Morris, Clara. 

Harris, Frank B. 
Road to Ridgeby's. H3i3r 

Harris, Joel C. 

Balaam and his master, and other sketch- 
es and stories. H3i4b 

Chronicles of Aunt Minervy Ann. H314C 

Daddy Jake the runaway, and short stor- 
ies told after dark. H8i4d 

Free Joe, and other Georgian sketches. 

H3i4f 
Gabriel Tolliver. H3i4g 

Little Mr. Thimblefinger. H314I 

Making of a statesman, and other stories. 

H3i4m 

Mingo, and other sketches. H3i4mi 

Mr. Rabbit at home; sequel to Little Mr. 

Thimblefinger. H3i4mis 

On the plantation. H3140 

On the wing of occasions; [stories.] 

H3i4on 

Sister Jane. H314S 

Story of Aaron. H3i4st 



Tales of the home folks in peace and war. 

H3i4t 

Wally Wanderoon and his story-telling 

machine. H314W 

Harris, Linnie S. 

> 

Sweet Peggy. H314.33S 

Harris, Mrs. Miriam C. 

Frank Warringtoa H3i5f 

Happy-go-lucky. H3i5h 

Missy. H3i5m 

Perfect Adonis. H315P 

Phoebe. H3i5ph 

Rutlcdgc. H3i5r 

Sutherlands. H315S 

Harris-Ingram experiment. Bolton. B694h 

Harrison, Mrs. Constance C. 

Anglomaniacs. H3i8a 

Bachelor maid. H3i8b 

Bar Harbor days. H3i8ba 

Belhaven tales, Crow's Nest, and Una and 
King David. H3i8be 

Carcellini emerald, with other tales. 

H318C 
Edelweiss of the Sierras, and other tales. 

H3i8e 
Errant wooing. H3i8er 

Princess of the hills. H318P 

Short stories. H3i8sh 

Son of the Old Dominion. H318S0 

Sweet bells out of tune. H318SW 

Sylvia's husband. H3i8sy 

Triple entanglement. H3i8t 

Harrison, Frederic. 

Theophano. H3i9t 

Harrison, Mrs. Mary K. See Malet, Lucas. 

Harry Heathcote of Gangoil. Trollope. 

T847h 
Harry Lorrequer. Lever. L658h 

Harry Muir. Oliphant. 047h 

Harry Ogilvie. Grant. G762h 

Harry Revel. Couch. C853a 

Harry Richmond. Meredith. Mssga 

Harsha, WilUam J. 

Timid brave. H323t 

Harte, Bret. 
Argonauts of North Liberty. H327a 

Barker's luck, and other stories. H327b 
Bell-ringer of Angel's, and other stories. 

H327be 
By shore and sedge; [stories.] H327by 
Clarence; sequel to Susy. H327C 



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Harte, Bret. 

Colonel Starbottle's client, and other 

people; [stories.] H327CO 

Condensed novels. 2v. H327con 

Cressy. H327cr 

Crusade of the Excelsior. H327cru 

Drift from two shores; [stories] H327d 
First family of Tasajara. H327f 

Flip, and Found at Blazing Star. H327ff 
From sand hill to pine; [stories.] H327fr 
Gabriel Conroy. H327g 

Heritage of Dedlow Marsh, and other 
tales. H327h 

In a hollow of the hills. H327i 

In the Carquinez Woods. H327in 

Jeff Briggs's love story, and other 
sketches. H327J 

Luck of Roaring Camp, and other stories. 

H327I 
Maruja. H327m 

Millionaire of Rough-and-ready, and 
Devil's Ford. H327mi 

Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation, and other 
stories. H327mr 

Mrs. Skaggs's husbands, and other 
sketches. H327mrs 

Niece of Snapshot Harry's, and other 
tales. H327n 

On the frontier; [stories.] H3270 

Openings in the old trail; [stories.] 

H3270P 

Phyllis of the Sierras, and Drift from 

Redwood Camp. H327P 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's, and other 

stories. H327pr 

Sally Dows, and other stories. H327S 
Sappho of Green Springs, and other 
stories. H327sa 

Snow-bound at Eagle's. H327sn 

Stories in light and shadow. H327st 

Story of a mine. H327sto 

Susy; sequel to Waif of the plains. 

H327SU 

Tales of the Argonauts. H327t 

Tales of trail and town. H327ta 

Thankful Blossom. H327th 

Three partners, H327thr 
Treasure of the redwoods, and other 

tales. H3?7tr 
Trent's trust, and other stories. H3a7tre 



Twins of Table Mountain, and other 

stories. H327tw 

Under the redwoods; [stories.] H327U 

Waif of the plains. H327W 

Ward of the Golden Gatp. H327wa 

Hartley, Mrs. May L. See Laffan, May. 

Hartner, Eva, pseud. 

Severa. H333.22S 

Harvard episodes. Flandrau. FsSsh 

Harvard stories. Post. P8s6h 

Harveys. Kingsley. K56h 

Hastings, Elizabeth, pseud. See Sherwood, 

Margaret. 
Hathaway, W. E. 

Christopher Crooked. H363C 

Hatton, Joseph. 
Banishment of Jessop Blythe. H366b 

Old house at Sandwich. H3660 

Vicar. H366V 

When Greek meets Greek. H366W 

When rogues fall out. H366wh 

White king of Manoa. H366whi 

Hauff, WDhdnL 
Lichtenstein. H369I 

Tales of the caravan, inn and palace. 

H369t 

Wine-ghosts of Bremen. H369W 

Haunt of ancient peace. Marshall. M367h 

Haunted adjutant, and other stories. 

Quincy. Q6h 

Haunted hot^l. Collins. C7i3h 

Hausratfa, Adolf. See Taylor, George. 

Havoc of a smile. Walford. inWi74tw 

Hawker, Mary. See Falconer, I^anoe. 

Hawkins, Anthony H. See Hope, An- 
thony. 

Haworth's. Burnett. B964h 

Hawthorne, Hildegarde. 
Country interlude. H397C 

Hawthorne, Julian. 

Bressant. H398br 

David Poindexter's disappearance, and 

other tales. H398d 

Dust. H398du 

Fool of nature. H398f 

Fortune's fool. H398fo 

Garth. H398g 

John Parmelee's curse. H398J 

Ix)ve— or a name. H398I 

Sebastian Strome. H398S 

Sinfire. H398si 



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Hawthorne, Julian. 

Six Cent Sam's. HagSsix 

Trial of Gideon, and Countess Almara's 

murder. HapSt 

Hawthorne, NathanieL 
Blithedale romance. HsQpb 

Doctor Grimshaw's secret. H399d 

Dolliver romance, and other pieces. 

H399do 

House of seven gables, and Snow-image, 

and other twice-told tales. H399h 

Marble faun. H399m 

Mosses from an old manse; [stories.] 

H399mo 
Scarlet letter, and Blithedale romance. 

H399S 
Septimius Felton. H399se 

Twice-told tales. H399t 

Hay, Mary C. 
Arundel motto. H4i3a 

Old Myddelton's money. H4130 

Hay fever. Pollock. F777 22h 

Hayes, Augustus A. 
Jesuit's ring. H417J 

Hayes, Henry, pseud. See Kirk, Mrs. El- 
len W. O. 

Hazard of new fortunes. Howells. HSsph 

Hazelton, Geo. C, jr. 

Mistress Nell. H429m 

He fell in love with his wife. Roe. R699h 

He knew he was right. Trollope. T847he 

He that eatheth bread with me. Keays. 

K2sh 

Head of a hundred. Goodwin. G657h 

Head of Medusa. Fleming. FS97h 

Head of the family. Mulock. Mgsghe 

Headlong Hall. Peacock. in823.76wv. i 
Headsman. Cooper. C777h 

Heaps of money. Norris. N86ih 

Heam, Lafcadio. 
Chita. H436C 

Youma. H436y 

Heart and sword. Winter. W785he 

Heart of Denise, and other tales. Yeats. 

Y4ih 
Heart of flame. Embree. ES3h 

Heart of Happy Hollow. Dunbar. Ddgph 
Heart of Hyacinth. Watanna. W324he 

Heart of life. Mallock. M255h 

Heart of Midlothian. Scott. S43ih 

Heart of Princess Osra. Hope. HTQih 



Heart of Rome. Crawford. CSgphe 

Heart of steel. Reid. R3S3h 

Heart of the ancient wood. Roberts. 

R643h 
Heart of the doctor. Foster. F7S5.22he 
Heart of toil. Thanet. T367h 

Heart regained. Elizabeth, queen of Rou- 
mania. E44h 

Heart stories. Bartlett. .B29i.22h 

Hearts. Murray. MgSih 

Hearts courageous. Rives. R623he 

Heart's highway. Wilkins. W684he 

Heartsease. Yonge. Y56h 

Heather and snow. Macdonald. Mi35h 
Heaven, Louise P. 

Chata and Chinita. H443C 

Heavenly twins. Grand. G75ih 

Hector, Mrs, Annie F..See Alexander, Mrs. 

Hector Servadac. Verne. V53ih 

Hedged in. Phelps. P538he 

Hegan, Alice C. See Rice, Mrs. Alice C. H. 

Heidelberg. James. J26h 

Heidenmauer. Cooper. C777he 

Heimburg, W., pseud. 

Gertrude's marriage. H467g 

Her only brother. H467h 

Insignificant woman. H467i 

Lora, the major's daughter. H467I 

Pastor's daughter. H467P 

Penniless girl. H467pe 

Sister's love. H467S 

Two daughters of one race. H467t 

Heinrich von Osterdingen. Hardenberg. 

in 833.6311 
Heir of Redclyffe. Yonge. Y56he 

Heir of Sherburne. Douglas. D733h 

Heir of the ages. Payn. P345he 

Heiress of the forest. Price. P945h 

Heirs of Bradley House. Douglas. 

D733he 
Helbeck of Bannisdale. Ward. W26ihe 
Held for orders. Spearman. S739h 

Helen. Valentine. Vigsh 

Helen Trevcryan. Roy. R887h 

Helen's babies. Habberton. Hii3h 

"Hell-fer-sartain," and other stories. Fox. 

F792h 

Helmet of Navarre. Runkle. R942h 

Helpers. Lynde. LgSSh 

Helps, Sir Arthur. 

Casimir Maremma. H484C 



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Helps, Sir Arthur. 

Ivan de Biron. H484i 

Realmah. H4S4r 

Henchman. Luther. L972he 

Henderson, C. Hanford. 

John Percyfield. H496J 

Henderson, Isaac. 

Agatha Page. H497a 

Prelate. H497P 

Henderson. Young. Y75h 

Henkel, Frau Friedrika. 

Mistress of Ibichstein. H5i3m 

Henrietta Temple. Beaconsfield. B364h 

Same. in r823.86w v. 8-9 

Henriette. Coppce. C78sh 

Henry, Arthur. 

House in the woods. H52ih 

Island cabin. H52ii 

Henry-Ruffin, Mrs. Margaret E. See Ruf- 

fin, Mrs. Margaret E. Henry — . 
Henry VIII and his court. Muhlbach. 

M952h 
Henry Esmond. Thackeray. T363h 

Henry of Guise. James. J26he 

Henry Worthington, idealist. Sherwood. 

SsS4b 
Hepburn, Thomas N. See Setoun^ Gabriel. 
Hepworth, George H. 

Farmer and the Lord. H529f 

Hiram Golf's religion. HS29h 

Life beyond. HS29I 

Queerest man alive, and other stories. 

H529q 
They met in heaven. HS29t 

Her Boston experiences. Farquhar. 

F238h 

Her dearest foe. Alexander. A374h 

Her first appearance. Davis. D264h 

Her great idea, and other stories. 

Walford. Wi74h 

Her lord and master. Morton. M89ihe 

Her majesty. Tompkins. T662h 

Her memory. Maartens. Miiih 

Her moutain lover. Garland. G233he 

Her only brother. Heimburg. H467h 

Her provincial cousin. Wood. W874.22h 

Herald of the West. Altsheler. A469h 

Heralds of empire. Laut. L389h 

Heresy of Mehetable Clark. Slosson. 

S634h 
Hereward the Wake. Kingsley. Kssh 



Heriots. Cunningham. C973h 

Heritage. Stevenson. S847he 

Heritage of Dedlow Marsh, and other 
tales. Harte. H327h 

Heritage of Langdale. Alexander. A374he 
Heritage of the Kurts. Bjornson. B625he 
Herman, Henry, joint author. See Mur- 
ray, David C. 
Hermann Agha. Palgrave. Pi6ih 

Hermit. Munn. M966h 

Hermit of Nottingham. Abbott. Ai3ih 
Hero Carthew. Parr. P259h 

Hero in homespun. Barton. B293h 

Hero of our own times. Lermontoff. 

L6i6h 
Hero of Ticonderoga. Robinson. R663h 
Heroine from Finland. Waineman. 

Wi4ih 
Heroine of the Strait. Crowley. C953he 
Heron, E. and H., pseud. See Pritchard, 

Mrs. K. and Pritchard, Hesketh. 
Herons. Shipton. S557h 

Herrick, Robert. 
Common lot. HS65C0 

Gospel of freedom. H565g 

Man who wins. H565m 

Web of life. H56SW 

Hertha. Eckstein. Ei9h 

Hesper. Garland. G233hes 

Hesperus. Richter. RS35h 

Hester, and other New England stories. 

Sidney. S569h 

Hester of the Grants. Peck. F 367,22)1 

Hetty Wesley. Couch. C8s3hc 

Hetty's strange history. Jackson. Ji2h 
Hewers of wood. Puddefoot and Rankin. 

P978h 

Hewlett, Maurice. 

Fool errant. H6i2fo 

Forest lovers. H6i2for 

Life and death of Richard Yea-and-nay. 

H612I 
Little novels of Italy. H6i2li 

New Canterbury tales. H6i2n 

Queen's quair. H6i2q 

[Heyking, Elisabeth, baronin von.] 
Letters which never reached him. H617I 

Heyse, PauL 

Barbarossa, and other tales. H62ib 

Children of the world. H621C 

Dead Lake^ and other tales. H62id 



68 



ST. PAUL PUBUC LIBRABY. 



Heyse, PauL 

In paradise. H62ii 

La Marchesa, and other tales. Hdaim 

L'Arrabiata, and other tales. H621I 

Romance of the canoness. H62ir 

Tales from the German. H62it 

Hesrwood, J. C. 

Lady Merton. H622I 

Hibbard, George A. 

Governor, and other stories. H624g 

Iduna, and other stories. H624i 

Nowadays, and other stories. H624n 

Hichens, Robert. 

Garden of Allah. H626g 

Londoners. H626I 

Hichens, Robert, joint author. See Bar- 
rett, Wilson. 

Hickman, W. Albert 

Sacrifice of the Shannon. H627S 
Hicks, Mrs. Beatrice W. See Whitby, 

Beatrice. 

Hide and seek. Collins. C7i3hi 
Higginbotham, John C. See Agnus, Orme. 
Higginson, Mrs. Ella. 

Forest orchid, and other stories. H636f 

From the land of the snow-pearls; [stor- 
ies.] H636fr 

Mariella of out- West. H636ma 

Higginion, Mrs. Sarah J. H. 

Bedouin girL ' H656.44b 

Princess of Java. H636.44p 

Higginson, Thomas W. 

Malbone. H637m 

Monarch of dreams. H637mo 

High-lights. Field. F452.22h 

High Mills. Saunders. S256h 

High noon. Brown. B875h 

High spirits. Payn. P345hi 
High steeple of St. Chrysostom's. Kirk. 

in Ksprev 
Higher than the church. Hillern. H6s2hi 

Highland cousins. Black. B627hi 

Highland widow. Scott. in S43ib 

Highway of sorrow. Stretton. SgrShi 

Hilary St. Ives. Ainsworth. A297h 

Hilda StraflFord. Harraden. H296h 

HUl, Frederic S. 

Twenty years at sea. H645t 
Hill, Frederic T. 

Web. H645.a2w 



Hill, John, and Hopkins, Clement. 

Garden of tares. H646g 

Hill of Pains. Parker. P239h 

Htllem, Wilhelmine von. 

Graveyard flower. H652g 

Higher than the church. H652hi 

Only a girl; same as Ernestine. H6520 
Hillern, Frau Wilhelmine von, and Safford, 

Mary J. 

On the cross. H652.110 

Hillis, Newell D. 

Quest of John Chapman. H654q 

Hills of the Shatemuc. Warner. W284h 
Hilltop summer. Keith. K28h 

Hillyars and the Burtons. Kingsl^. 

K56hi 
Hinderers. Lyall. L98ihi 

Hinkson, Mrs. Katharine T. See Tynan, 

Katharine. 
Hippo lyte. Bassett. B3i9h 

Hiram Golfs religion. Hepworth. Hsaph 
His broken sword. Taylor. T247h 

His daughter first. Hardy. H268]i 

His defense^ and other stories. Edwards. 

E25.22h 

His excellency. Zola. Z86h 

His father's son. Matthews. M439h 

His great self. Harland. Ha83hi 

His grace of Osmonde. Burnett B964hi 
His honour and a lady. Cotes. C843hi 

His inheritance. Trafton. T764h 

His level best^ and other stories. Hale. 

H6i3h 
His little world. Merwin. M576hi 

His majesty myself. [Baker.] Bidgh 

His second campaign. Thompson. T474h 
His sombre rivals. Roe. Rdgphi 

His two wives. Ames. A5i4h 

His vanished star. Craddock. C884h 

His wisdom the defender. Newcomb. 

N538h 
Historical mystery. Balzac. BigSh 

History and adventures of an atom. 

Smollett. in S666si 

History of a bearskin. Marthold. M378h 
History of a crime. Hugo. H895hi 

History of Clarissa Harlowe. Richardson. 

R522h 
History of David Grieve. Ward. W26ihi 
History of Henry Esmond. Thackeray. 

T363h 



ENGLISH PBOSB FICTION. 



(59 



History of Matthew Wald. Lockhart 


Nicholas Minturn. H735n 




in L8i6s 


Sevenoaks. H735S 


History of Nicolas Muss. Du Bois-Melly. 


Holland wolves. Ellis. E48ho 




D8i6h 


HoUey, Marietta. 


History of over sea. Morris. 


rM877hi 


Josiah Allen's wife as a P. A. and P. L 


History of Samuel Titmarsh and the great 


817.49H738J 


Hoggarty diamond. Thackeray 


» 


My opinions and Betsey Bobbet's. 




in T363m 


8i7.49H738m 


History of Sir Charles Grandison. 




My wayward pardncr. 8i7.49H738my 


Richardson. 


R522hi 


Samantha among the colored folks; 


History of the Caliph Vathek. ] 


Beckford. 


same as Samantha on the race problem. 




B397V 


817.49H738SC 


History of the Lady Betty Stair. 


Seawell. 


Samantha at Saratoga. 817.49H738SS 




S442hi 


Samantha at the St. Louis exposition. 


Hitherto. Whitney. 


W6i7h 


8i7.49H738ssa 


Hobbes, John O., pseud. 




Samantha in Europe. 8i7.49H738se 


Bundle of life. 


H682b 


Samantha on the race problem; same as 


Gods, some mortals and Lord 


Wicken- 


Samantha among the colored folks. 


ham. 


H682g 


817.49H738SC 


Love and the soul hunters. 


H682I0 


Sweet Cicely. H738SW 


Robert Orange. 


H682t 


Hollister, Gideon H. 


School for saints. 


H682S 


Kinley Hollow. H744k 


Hocking, Joseph. 




Holly and pizen, and other stories. Stuart. 


Flame of fire. 


H684.22f 


S932h 


Hocking, Silas K. 




Holm, Saxe, pseud. See Jackson, Mrs. 


Where duty lies. 


H68SW 


Helen M. F. H. 


Hodder, Alfred. 




Holmby House. Melville. M53ih 


New Americans. 


H687n 


Holmes, OHver W. 


Hoffmann, Ernst T. W. 




Elsie Venner. H753e 


Weird tales. 


H699W 


Guardian angel. H753g 


Hogan, M. P. Laffan. 


Li63h 


Mortal antipathy. H753n'» 


Hogg, James. 




Holstein, Anne L. G. N. Steel—-, baronne 


Tales. 


H7i6t 


de. See Stael-Holstein, Anne L. G. N., 


Tales and sketches. 6v. 


H7i6ta 


baronne de. 


Hohensteins. Spielhagen. 


S753ho 


Holt, Emily S. 


Hohenzollern. Brady. 


B8i2h 


At ye Greene Griffin. H758a 


Holbrook, Richard. 




Behind the veil. H758b 


Boys and men. 


H72Sb 


King's daughter. H758k 


Holden with cords. Flagg. 


FS74h 


Mistress Margery. H758m 


Holdcn with the cords. Jay. 


J42h 


Holt of Heathfield. Mason. M398.33ho 


Holdsworth, Annie E. 




Holy Cross, and other tales. Field. F454h 


Years that the locust hath eaten. 


H728y 


Holy rose. Besant. B554h 


Hole in the wall. Morrison. 


M878ho 


Home again. Macdonald. Mi35ho 


Holiday in bed, and other sketches. Barrie. 


Home. Bremer. B836h 




B27Sh 


Home as found. Cooper. C777ho 


Holiday tales. Murray. 


M984h 


Home at Greylock. Prentiss. P927h 


Holladay case. Stevenson. 


S847ho 


Home influence. Aguilar. A238h 


Holland, Josiah G. 




Home Nook. Douglas. D733ho 


Arthur Bonnicastle. 


H735a 


Home scenes and heart studies. Aguilar. 


Bay-path. 


H735b 


A283ho 


Miss Gilbert's career. 


H735m 


Homespun yarns. Whitney. W6i7hQ 



70 



ST. PAUL PUBLIC UBRARY. 



Homeward bound. Cooper. 
Homo sum. Ebers. 
Homoselle. Tiernan. 
Honda the Samurai. GrifFis. 
Honest John Vane. DeForest. 
Honor of the name. Gaboriau. 
Honor Sherburne. Douglas. 



C777hom 
Ei6ho 
Ts64h 
H852h 
D3i5h 
Gii6h 

D733hon 



Honorable Miss Ferrard. Laffan. Li63ho 

Honorable Peter Stirling. Ford. F7i2h 

Honour of Savelli. Yeats. Y4iho 

Honour of the flag. Russell. R968ho 
Hood, Thomas. 

Tylney Hall. H778t 
Hooper, Mrs. George. 

House of Raby. H786h 
Honsier school-master. Eggleston. E29h 

Hope, Anthony, pseud. 

Captain Dieppe. H79IC 

Change of air. H79ich 

Chronicles of Count Antonio. H79ichr 
Comedies of courtship; [stories.] 

H791C0 

Dolly dialogues. H79id 

Double harness. H79ido 

Father StaflFord. H79if 

Frivolous Cupid; [stories.] H79ifr 

God in the car. H79ig 
Heart of Princess Osra; [stories.] H79ih 

Indi.scretion of the duchess. H79ii 

Intrusions of Peggy. H79iin 

King's mirror. H79ik 

Man of mark. H79im 

Phroso. H791P 

Prisoner of Zenda. H79ipr 

Quisante. H79iq 
Rupert of Hentzau; sequel to Prisoner of 

Zenda. H79iru 

Simon Dale. H79isi 

Sport royal, and other stories. H791SP 

Tristram of Blent. H79itr 
Hope, Graham. 

Triumph of Count Ostermann. H792tr 
Hope Thomas. 

Anastasius. H792.22a 

Hope Leslie. Sedgwick. S447.22h 

Hope Loring. Bell. B434h 

Hope Mills. Douglas. D733hop 

Hope the hermit. Lyall. L98iho 

Hopeless case. Fawcett. F278ho 

Hopes and fears. Yonge. Y56ho 



Hopkins, Clement, joint author. See Hill, 

John. 
Hopkins, Ellice. 

Rose Turquand. H793r 
Hopkins, Herbert M. 

Fighting bishop. H794f 

Torch. H794t 
Hopkins, Mark, Jr. 

World's verdict. H79SW 
Hopkins, Mrs. Pauline B. M. See Mackie, 

Pauline B. 
Hopkins, Tighe. 

Nugents of Carriconna. H796n 
Hoppin, Augustus. 

Fashionable sufferer. H797f 
Hoppus, Mary A. M. 

Story of carnival. H798S 

Horace Chase. Woolson. W9i6h 

Horace Templeton, Esq. Lever, in L658do 
Homiman, Roy. 

Living Buddha. H8i7li 

Homung, Ernest W. 
Amateur cracksman; [stories.] H8i6a 
At large. H8i6at 
Boss of Taroomba. H8i6b 
Bride from the bush. H8i6br 
Dead men tell no tales. H8i6de 
Denis Dent. H8i6den 
Irralie's bushranger. H6i7ir 
My Lord Duke. H8i6my 
No hero. H8i6no 
Raffles; further adventures of the ama- 
teur cracksman. H8i6r 
Rogue's march. H8i6ro 
Shadow of a man. H8i6s 
Shadow of the rope. H8i6sh 
Some persons unknown; [stories.] 

H8i6so 

Stingaree. H8i6st 

Horoscope. Dumas. D886h 

Horse-leech's daughters. Jackson. Jijh 

Horse-shoe Robinson. Kennedy. K34h 

Horses nine. Ford. F7i3ho 

Horton, George. 

Like another Helen. H823I 

Long straight road. H823I0 

Monks' treasure. H823mo 

Tempting of Father Anthony. H823t 

Hosmer, George W. 

As we went marching on. H826a 



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71 



Hosmer, James K. 

How Thankful was bewitched. H827h 
Hosts of the Lord. Steel. S8i3ho 

Hot plowshares. Tourgce. T727h 

Hotchldss, Chauncey C. 
Colonial free-lance. H832C 

For a maiden brave. H832fo 

In defiance of the king. ' H832i 

Mistress Hetty. H832mi 

Strength of the weak. H832S 

Hotel d'Angleterre, and other stories. Fal- 
coner. Fi82h 
Hotel du Petit St. Jean. Dempster. D389h 
Hough, Emerson. 
Girl at the halfway house. H838g 
Law of the land. H838I 
Mississippi bubble. H838mi 
Hound from the North. Cullum. C967ho 
Hound of the Baskervilles. Doyle. D754ho 
Hour and the man. Martineau. M385h 
House, Edward H. 

Yone Santo. H839y 

House, The. Field. F454ho 

House at High Bridge. Fawcett. F278hou 
House behind the cedars. Chesnutt. 

C524h 
House-boat on the Styx. Bangs. 

8i7.49B2i6h 
House by the medlar-tree. .Verga. 

V493h 
House by the works. Garrett. G239h 

House divided. Watson. W338h 

House in Bloomsbury. Oliphant. 047ho 
House in the mist. Green. G795bo 

House in the woods. Henry. H52ih 

House in town. Warner. W284ho 

House of a merchant prince. Bishop. 

B622ho 
House of De Mailly. Potter. P868h 

House of Egremont. Seawell. S442ho 

House of fulfilment. Martin. M38iho 

House of gentlefolk. Turg^nieflF. T936h 
House of Hawley. Peake. P357ho 

House of hidden treasure. Gray. G78ih 
House of Martha. Stockton. S866h 

House of Raby. Hooper. H786h 

House of seven gables. Hawthorne. 

H399h 
House of the Combrays. he Notre. L752h 
House of the musician. Johnson. J7ih 
House of the wizard. Taylor. T244ho 



House of the Wolf. Weyman. W549bo 
House of white shadows. Far j eon. F229h 
House of Yorke. Tincker. Ts87h 

House on the Hudson. Powell. P883ho 
House on the sands. Marriott. M359ho 
House opposite. Kent. K37h 

House party. Ford. F7i2ho 

House under the sea. Pemberton. P3S9ho 
House with the green shutters. Douglas. 

D734h 
Household of McNeil. Barr. B267ho 

Household of Sir Thomas More. 

Manning. M283h 

Housewives of Edenrise. Popham. 

P827ho 
Housman, Clemence. 

Were-wolf. H841W 

Housman, Laurence. 

Sabrina Warham. H842S 

How Deacon Tubman and Parson Whit- 
ney kept New Year's, and other stories. 
Murray. M984ho 

How Thankful was bewitched. Hosmer. 

H827h 
How they kept the faith. Raymond. 

R269h 

Howard, Blanche W. 

Aulnay Tower. H848a 

Aunt Serena. H848au 

Dionysius the weaver's heart's dearest. 

H848d 
Garden of Eden. H848g 

Guenn. H848gu 

One summer. H8480 

Open door. H8480P 

Seven on the highway; [stories.] H848S 
Tony the maid. H848t 

Howe, Edgar W. 

Man Story. H8s6m 

Moonlight boy. H8s6mo 

Story of a country town. H856S 
Howells, William D. 

Annie Kilburn. H859a 

April hopes. H859ap 

Boy's town. H859b 

Chance acquaintance. H859C 

Coast of Bohemia. H859CO 

Day of their wedding. H859d 

Dr. Breen's practice. H8s9do 
Fearful responsibility, and other stories. 

H859f 



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ST. PAUL PUBLIC LIBBABY, 



HoweUs, William D. 

Foregone conclusion. 
Hazard of new fortunes. 
Imperative duty. 
Indian summer. 
Kentons. 

Lady of the Aroostook. 
Landlord at Lion's Head. 
Letters home. 
Minister's charge. 
Miss Bellard's inspiration. 
Modern instance. 
Open-eyed conspiracy. 



H859fo 
H8s9h 

H8s9i 

H859in 

H859k 

H8s9l 

H859la 

H859le 

H859m 

H859mi 

H859mo 

H8590 



Pair of patient lovers; [stories.] H859P 

Parting and a meeting. H859pa 

Quality of mercy. H859q 

Questionable shapes; [stories.] H859qu 

Ragged lady. H8s9r 

Rise of Silas Lapham. H859ri 

Shadow of a dream. H859S 

Son of Royal Langbrith. H859S0 

Story of a play. H859st 

Their silver wedding journey. H859t 

Their wedding journey. H859th 

Traveler from Altruria. H859tr 

Undiscovered country. H859U 

Woman's reason. H8s9w 

World of chance. H859WO 

Hosrt, Eleanor. 

Misdemeanors of Nancy. H868m 

Hubbard, Elbert. 

No enemy (but himself.) H874n 

Time and chance. H874t 

Hue, Valeska, grifin von Bethusy — . See 
Reichenbach, Moritz von. 

Huckleberries gathered from New England 

hills. Cooke. C773hu 

Huckleberry Finn. Twain. T969a 

Hudson, Mrs. Mary C. A. See Ames, Mrs. 
Mary C. 

Hudson, William H. 

Green mansions. H888gr 

Hueffer, Ford M., joint author. See Con- 
rad, Joseph. 

Hugh Gwyeth. Dix. D6i9hu 

Hugh Wynne. Mitchell. M682h 

Hughes, Thomas. 

Scouring of the white horse. H894S 
Hugo, Victor M., comte. 

Bng-Jargal, Claude Gueux, and Laot days 

of a condemned. H895b 



By order of the king; same as Man who 
laughs. H895by 
Hans of Iceland. H895h 
History of a crime. H895hi 
Hunchback of Notre-Dame; same as 
Notrc-Damc de Paris. H895no 
Man who laughs; same as By order of 
the king. H89sby 
Les miserables. H895m 
Ninety-three, Bug-Jargal, and Claude 
Gueux. H89Sa 
Notre-Dame de Paris; same as Hunch- 
back of Notre-Dame. H895no 
Toilers of the sea. H895t 
Huguenot family. Tytler. T997h 
Hulbert, Archer B. 

Queen of Quelparte. H9i2q 

Hulda. Lewald. L669h 

Huldah. Cooke and MacGowan. C772.i3h 

Hullah, Mary E. 

As the tide turns. H9i3a 

In hot haste. H9i3i 

Philippa. H913P 

Human boy. Phillpotts. Ps64h 

Human document. Mallock. M255hu 

Humble romance, and other stories. 

Wilkins. W684hu 

Humbled pride. Musick. M987h 

Hume, Fergus. 

Aladdin in London. H92ia 

Black carnation. H92ib 

Mandarin's fan. H92im 

Humphrey, Zephine. 

Uncle Charley. H926U 

Humphrejrs, Mary G. See Somerville, 

Henry. 

Humphry Clinker. Smollett. S666h 

Same; ed. by G. Saintsbury. S666h3 
Hunchback of Notre-Dame. Hugo. 

H895no 

Hundredth man. Stockton. S866hu 

Huneker, James. 

Melomaniacs; [stories.] H934m 

Hungarian nabob. J6kai. J74h 

Hunt, Mrs. Helen M. P. See Jackson, 

Mrs. Helen M. F. H. 

Hunt, Mrs. John. 

Wards of Plotinus. H939W 
Hunt, Mrs. Margaret R. 

Barrington's fate. H942b 



ENGLISH PROSE FICTION. 



73 



Hunt, Mrs. Margaret R. 
Leaden casket. H942I 

That other person. H942t 

Hunt, Violet 

Maiden's progress. H943m 

Hunter, P. Hay. 

James Inwick, ploughman and elder. 

H94SJ 
Hnrd, Grace M. 

Bennett twins. HpSQb 

Hurricane Island. Watson. W338hu 

Husband of no importance. Rita. Rs^Sh 

Husbands and homes. Harland. H283hu 

Hutten, Bettuia, baroness von. 

Our Lady of the Beeches, H9820U 

Pam. H982P 

Violett. H982V 

Huysmans, Jorris K. 

Cathedral. HgSSc 

En route. HgSSe 

Hyne, CutclifFe. 

Adventures of Captain Kettle. H997a 

Lost continent. H997I 

McTodd. H997ni 

Recipe for diamonds. H997r 

Thompson's progress. H997t 

Hypatia. Kingsley. Xsshy 

Hyperion. Longfellow. L853h 

I. B. D. in South Africa. Sheldon. 

S543'22i 

I am the king. Stevens. S846i 

"I foH>id the banns." Moore. M82ii 

I; in which a woman tells the truth about 

herself. X22i 

I saw three ships, and other winter tales. 
Couch. C853i 

"I say no," and other stories. Collins. 

C7i3i 
la. Couch. C853ia 

Iceland fisherman. Loti. L883i 

Ideala. Grand. G75ii 

Ides of March. Robins. R658i 

Idiot. Bangs. in8i7.49B2i6c 

Idols. Locke. L8i5i 

Idnna, and other stories. Hibbard. H624i 
Idyls of the Gass. Wolfenstfcin. W8s6i 
lermola. Kraszewski. K92i 

If I were king. McCarthy. Mr23.44if 

If, yes and perhaps. Male. Hi63i 



Iliowizi, Henry. 

Archierey of Samara. T28a 

Weird Orient; [stories.] I28W 

Ilka on the hill-top, and other stories. 

Boyesen. B79ii 

mini, The. Carr. C3ii.22i 

Image breakers. Dix. D6l9.33im 

Immensee. Storm. S885i 

Immortal. Daudet. D238i 

Same. in r843.88w v. 15 

Imperative duty. Howells. H859i 

Imperial lover. Taylor. T244im 

Imported bridegroom, and other stories of 

the New York Ghetto. Cahan. Ci3ii 
Impregnable city. Pemberton. P395im 

Imprisoned in a Spanish convent, and 

other narratives and tales. Murray. 

M982i 
Improbable tales. Ross. R823i 

Improvisators Andersen. AS44i 

Impudent comedian, and others. Moore. 

M82iim 
In a Cornish township with old Vogue folk. 

Pentreath. P4I9> 

In a dike shanty. Pool. P82ii 

In a hollow of the hills. Harte. H327i 

In a promised land. Bengough. B466i 

In a silver sea. Far j eon. F229i 

In Babel. Ade. A228i 

In Beaver Cove and elsewhere. Crim. 

C93ii 
In Biscayne Bay. Rockwood. R684i 

In black and white. Kipling. in K57SO 

In blue uniform. Putnam. P99ii 

In buff and blue. Rodney. R694i 

In Buncombe County. Pool. P82iin 

In castle and colony. Rayner. R27Si 

In change unchanged. Villari. V72ii 

In circling camps. Altsheler. A469i 

In connection with the De Willoughby 

claim. Burnett. B964i 

In deacon's orders, and other stories. 

Besant. B554i 

In defiance of the king. Hotchkiss. 

H832i 
In direst peril. Murray. M98ii 

In distance and in dream. Sweetser. 

S974.22i 
In exile, and other stories. Foote. 

F6a9i 
In far Lochaber. Black. B627i 



74 



ST. PAUL PUBLIC UBEABY. 



n four reigns. Marshall, 
n God's way. Bjornson. 
n great waters. Janvier, 
n Happy Hollow. Clark, 
n His name. Hale, 
n His steps. Sheldon, 
n homespun. Nesbit 
n hostile red. Altsheler. 
n hot haste. Hullah. 
n Kedar's tents. Merriman. 
n kings' byways. Weyman. 
n kings' houses. Dorr, 
n low relief. Roberts, 
n old Narragansett. Earlc. 



M367if 
B625in 

J3Si 

CS92i 

Hi63in 

SS431 

N458i 

A469in 

Ms7iin 

W549in 

D7i6i 

R647i 
Ellin 



n old New England. Buttcrworth. 

B988io 
n old New York. Barrett and Barron. 

B 274. 221 

n old plantation days. Dunbar. DSqqi 

n old St. Stephen's. Drake. D762i 

n ole Virginia. Page. Pi33in 

n our county. Harland. H283i 

n paradise. Heyse. H62ii 

n partnership. Matthews and Bunner. 

M439.22i 

n plain air. Cabot Cii6i 

n pursuit of happiness. Tolstoi. T654i 

n quarters with the 25th dragoons. 

Winter. W785in 

n search of quiet. Frith. F9i9.22i 

n search of the castaways. Verne. 

V53ii 
n search of the unknown. Chambers. 

C445i 
n silk attire. Black. B627in 

n Simpkinsville. Stuart. S932i 

n spite of all. Lyall. LgSii 

n spite of foes. King. K52in 

n the arena. Tarkington. Ti87in 

n the bishop's carriage. Michelson. M64ii 
n the Blue Pike. Ebers. Ei6i 

Same. in Ei6in 

n the bundle of time. Bates. B328in 

n the cage. James. J27i 

n the Carquinez Woods. Harte. H327in 
n the Celtic past. MacManus. Mi67.i5in 
n the cheering-up business. Lee. L48ii 

n the city of flowers. Marshall. M367i 
n the closed room. Burnett. B964in 

n the clouds. Craddock. C884ic 



In the country God forgot Charles. 

C476i 
n the days of Goldsmith. Bodkin. B668i 
n the days of my youth. Edwards. 

E25i 
n the days of St. Clair. Naylor. N333in 
n the desert. Ebers. Ei6ind 

n the eagle's talons. Stevens. S846in 

n the East country with Sir Thomas 

Browne. Marshall. M367ie 

n the Are of the forge. Ebers. Ei6inf 

n the first person. Pool. P82iint 

n the fog. Davis. D264i 

n the garden of Charity. King. K5i.33in 
n the gates of Israel. Bernstein. 65311 
n the golden days. Lyall. L98iin 

n the guardianship of God. Steel. S8i3i 
n the heart of a hill, and other stories. 

Payn. P345i 

n the heart of the storm. Gray. G78ii 
n the middle watch. Russell. R968in 

n the midst of alarms. Barr. B268i 

n the midst of Paris. Daudet D238in 
n the morning glow. Gilson. G489in 

n the name of liberty. Johnson. J68.4iin 
n the olden time. Roberts. R646i 

n the palace of the king. Crawford. 

C899i 

n the roar of the sea. Gould. 'G698i 

n the Sargasso Sea. Janvier. J35in 

n the Schillingscourt. Marlitt. M348i 

n the service of Rachel, Lady Russell. 

Marshall. M367i8 

n the smoke of war. Raymond. R273i 
n the "Stranger People's" country. 

Craddock. C884is 

n the Tennessee mountains. Craddock. 

C884it 
n the tideway. Steel. S8i3in 

n the valley. Frederic. F852i 

n the valley of Tophet Nevinson. 

N528i 
n the vestibule limited. Matthews. 

M439i 
n the wire-grass. Pendleton. P398i 

n the wrong paradise, and other stories. 

Lang. L269i 

n the year of jubilee. Gissing. G535i 

n the year '13. Reutcr. R447i 

n the Yule-log glow. Morris. Z6o9i 

n three zones. Stimson. S859i 



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In troubled times. Wallis. 

In trust. Douglas. 

In vain. Sienkiewicz. 

In varying moods. Harraden. 



W2i4i 

D733i 

S572i 
H296i 



In war times at La Rose Blanche. Davis. 

D263i 
In wild rose time. Douglas. D733in 

Incident, and other happenings. Elliott. 

E47i 
Independence. Musick. M987i 

Indian summer. Howells. H859in 

Indian tales. Kipling. K57i 

Indiana. Sand. in 843.82m v. i 

IndiflFerence of Juliet. Richmond. RS33in 
Indiscretion of the duchess. Hope. 

H79ii 
Infernal marriage. Beaconsfield. 

inr823.86w V. 7 

Ingelow, Jean. 

Don John. I46d 

Fated to be free. I46f 

John Jerome. I46J 

Motto changed. 146m 

Off the Skelligs. I460 

Quite another story. I46q 

Ingham papers. Hale. Hi63ing 

Ingo. Freytag. FSgsi 

Ingraban. Freytag. FSgsin 

Ingraham, Joseph H. 

Captain Kyd. 1 52c 

Pillar of fire. I52P 

Prince of the house of David. I52pr 

Throne of David. I52t 

Inheritance. Ferrier. F39ii 

Inheritance. Spofford. 87621 

Initial experience. King. K52ini 

Initials. Tautphoeus. T229i 

Inn of the Silver Moon. Viel6. V6s9i 

Inner house. Besant. B554in 

Innocent Oliphant. 047i 

Innocent impostor, and other stories. Gray. 

G78iin 

Inside. Baker. Bi69i 

Inside our gate. Brush. B9i2i 

Insignificant woman. Heimburg. H467i 
Interference of Patricia. Bell. B434i 

Interloper. Peard. P3S9i 

International episode. James. inj27d 

Interpreter. Melville. M53ii 

Into the highways and hedges. Mont:r6sor. 

MSiii 



Intruder. Annunzio. rA6isi 

Intrusions of Peggy. Hope. H79iin 

Invaders, and other stories. Tolstoi. 

T654in 
Invasion of France in 1814. Erckmann and 

Chatrian. £65! 

Inventions of the Idiot. Bangs. 

8i7.49B2i6in 
Invisible links. Lagerlof. I#i74i 

Invisible lodge. Richter. R53Si 

Invisible man. Wells. W45Si 

lole. Chambers. C445io 

lone March. Crockett. C938i 

Iragema, the honey-lips. Alencar. A368i 
Irish cousin. Somerville and Ross. 

S695.22ir 
Irish idylls. Barlow. B258ir 

Irish pastorals. Bullock. B938i 

Iron, Ralph, pseud. See Schreiner, Olive. 
Iron brigade. King. K52ir 

Iron game. Keenan. K26i 

Ironmaster. Ohnet. 039ir 

Irralie's bushranger. Hornung. H8i6ir 

Irving, John T. 

Van Gelder papers, and other sketches. 

I71V 
Irwin, Will, joint author. See Burgess, 

Gelett. 
Irwin, Will H., joint author. See Field, 

Charles K. 
Is he Pope n joy? Trollope. T847i 

Is that all? Preston. P938i 

Isaacs, Jorge. 

Maria. I73ni 

Isabella Orsini. Guerrazzi. G934i 

Isham, Frederic S. 

Black Friday. I79bl 

Strollers. I79st 

Under the rose. I79un 

Isidra. Steell. S8i4.22i 

Isidro. Austin. A937.22is 

Island. Whiteing. W594i 

Island cabin. Henry. H52ii 

Island heroine. Sleight. S632i 

Island nights' entertainment. Stevenson. 

S848i 

Same. in 828 . 89S848 v.4 

Island of sorrow. Gilbert. G46si 

Island princess. Gift. G459i 

Isle of unrest. Merriman. Ms7iis 

Ismay's children. Laffan. Li63i 



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I sobers between times. Conklin. C75ii 

isopel Berners. Borrow. Bjsji 

Israel Mort, overman. Saunders. 82551 

Issue. Morgan. M848i 

Issues of life. Van Vorst. V285i 

Istar of Babylon. Potter. P868is 
It is never too late to mend. Reade. 

R285i 

Italian novelists. Roscoe. Z735i 

Italians. Elliot. £46i 

Ivan de Biron. Helps. H484i 
Ivan Ilyitch, and other stories. Tolstoi. 

T654iv 

Ivanhoe. Scott. S43ii 

Ivar the viking. Du Chaillu. D826i 

Ivors. Sewell. S5i5i 

Ivory gate. Besant. B554iv 
Ixion in heaven. Beaconsfield. 

inr823.86w V.4 

J. S. of Dale, pseud. See Stimson, Freder- 
ick J. 

J. Devlin-boss. Williams. W723J 

Jack. Daudet. D238J 
Same. in r843 . 88w v. 21-22 

Jack and Jill. Gautier. G277J 

Jack Hinton. Lever. L658J 

Jack Horner. Tiernan. T564J 

Jack Racer. Somerville. S696J 

Jack Raymond. Voynich. V975J 

Jack Sheppard. Ainsworth. A297J 

Jack the fisherman. Phelps. P538J 

Jack Tier. Cooper. C777J 

Jack's courtship. Russell. Ro68ja 

Jackson, George A. 

Son of a prophet. J 11. 22s 

Jackson, Mrs. Helen M. F. H. 

Between whiles; [stories.] Ji2b 

Hetty's strange history. Ji2h 

Mercy Philbrick's choice. J 12m 

Ramon a. Ji2r 

Saxe Holm's stories. J 12s 

Zeph. Ji2z 

Jackson, Mrs. Margaret D. 

Daughter of the pit. J 13d 

Horse-leech's daughters. Ji3h 

Jackson, WiUrid S. 

Nine points of the law. J141) 
Jacob, Violet. 

Shfeep-stealers. J^Ssh 

Jacob Faithful. Marryat. M362J 



Jacobi, Mrs. Mary P. 

Found and lost. 
Jacobs, William W. 

At Sunwich Port. 

Dialstone Lane. 

Lady of the barge; [stories.] 

Light freights; [stories.] 

Many cargoes; [stories.] 

Master of craft. 

More cargoes; [stories.] 

Odd craft; [stories.] 



Ji6f 

Ji7a 

Ji7di 

J17I 

Ji7li 

Ji7in 

Ji7ma 

Ji7mo 

Ji7od 

Skipper's wooing, and Brown man's ser- 
vant. J17S 
Jacques Bonneval. Manning. M283J 
James, Mrs. Florence A. P. See Warden, 

Florence. 
James, George P. R. 

Agincourt. J26a 

Arrah Neil. J26arr 

Beauchamp. J26b 

Charles Tyrrell. J26ch 

De I'Orme. J26de 

Forest days. j26fo 

Gipsy. J26g 

Heidelberg. J26h 

Henry of Guise. J26hc 

Last of the fairies. J26I 

Morley Ernstein. J26m 

Philip AHigustus. J26p 

Rose d'Albret. J26r 

Russell. J26ru 

Sir Theodore Broughton. J26S 

Smuggler. J26sm 

Whim and its consequences. J26W 

Woodman. J26W0 

James, George P. R., and Field, Maunsell B. 
Adrian. J26.22a 

James, Henry. 

Ambassadors. J27a 

American. J27am 

Aspern papers, Louisa Pallant, and Mod- 
ern warning. J27as 
Awkward age. J27aw 
Better sort; [stories.] J27bc 
Bostonians. j27bo 
Confidence. J27C 
Daisy Miller, and International episode. 

J27d 
Embarrassments; [stories.] J27e 

Europeans. J27eu 



Golden bowl. 2v. 



t 



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Junes, Henry. 
In the cage. J27i 

Lesson of the master; [stories.] J27I 
London life; [stories.] j27io 

Other house. J270 

Passionate pilgrim, and other tales. J27P 
Portrait of a lady. j27po 

Princess Casamassima. Ji^7pr 

Private life. Lord Beaupre, and Visits. 

J27pri 
Real thing, and other tales. J37r 

Reverberator. J27re 

Roderick Hudson. j27ro 

Sacred fount. J27S 

Siege of London, Pension Beaurepas, and 
Point of view. Ja7si 

Soft side; [stories.] J27S0 

Spoils of Poynton. J27sp 

Tales of three cities; [stories.] J27t 

Terminations; [stories.] J27te 

Trag^ic muse. 2v. J37tr 

Two magics; Turn of the screw, and 
Covering End. J27tw 

Washington Square. J27W 

Watch and ward. J27wa 

What Maisie knew. J27wh 

Wings of the dove. J27WJ 

James, Montague R. 

Ghost stories of an antiquary. Jspgh 

James. X22J 

James Inwick, ploughman and elder. 

Hunter. H945J 

James Montjoy. Roe. R698J 

Jamesons. Wilkins. W684J 

Jamison, Mrs. Cecilia V. D. H. 

Story of an enthusiast. J31S 

Jan Vedder's wife. Barr. B267J 

Jane Eyre. Bronte. B869J 

Jane Field. Wilkins. W684Ja 

Jane Sinclair, and other tales. Carleton. 

C281J 
Jane Talbot. Brown. 6877.333 

Janet's home. Keary. K24J 

Janet's love and service. Robertson. 

R651.22J 
Janice Meredith. Ford. F712J 

Janson, Kristofer. 
Spell-bound fiddler. J34S 

Janvier, Thomas A. 
Aztec treasure-house. J3Sa 

Color studies; [stories.] j3Sc 



In great waters; [stories.] J35i 

In the Sargasso Sea. J35in 

Passing of Thomas, and other stones. 

J35P 
Stories of old New Spain. J359 

Uncle of an angel, and other stories. J35U 
Japanese nightingale. Watanna. W324J 
Japhet in search of a father. Marryat. 

M362ja 
Jarrold, Ernest. 

Micky Finn idylls. J37ni 

Janris, Thomas S. 

Geoffrey Hampstead. J38g 

Jaaon Edwards. Garland. G233J 

Jay, Edith K. Spicer— . See Prescott, £. 

Livingston. 
Jay» W. M. L., pseud. 

Bellerue. J42b 

Holden with the cords. J42h 

Shiloh. J42S 

JoAffvtson, John C. 

Live it down. J42.a2l 

Jean Berny, sailor. Loti. L883J 

Jean de Kerdren. Schultz. S387J 

Jean Monteith. McClelland. M126J 

Jean Paul, pseud. See Richter, Jean P. F. 

Jeff Briggs's love story, and oither sketches. 

Hartc. H327J 

Jefferies, Richard. 

After London. J44a 

Amaryllis at the fair. J44Ani 

Dewy morn. J44(i 

Jefferson Wildrider. Glover. Gs66j 

Jeffery, Walter, joint author. See Becke, 

Louis. 
JeBkin, Mrs. Henrietta C. C. 
Jupiter's daughters. J51J 

Madame de Beaupr6. Jsini 

Psyche of to-day. Jsip 

Skirmishing. J51S 

"Who breaks — pays." JSiw 

Within an ace. JSiwi 

Jenkins, Edward. 

Little Hodge. JS2I 

Jennie of the "Prince's." Buxton. B991J 
Jennings, Napoleon A. 

Texas ranger. J54t 

Jepson, Edgar. 
Admirable Tinker, child of the world. 

JSSa 
Lady Noggs, peeress. Jssl 



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Jepson, Edgar, and Beams, D. 

On the edge of empire. J55-220 

Jericho road. Habberton. H113J 

Jerome, Jerome K. 
John Ingerfield, and other stories. J56J 
Observations of Henry; [stories.] J560 
Paul Kelver. Js6p 

Sketches in lavender, blue and green. 

J56S 

Three men in a boat. 827.89j56th 

Three men on wheels. 827.89j56thr 

Told after supper. 827.89Js6to 

Tommy & Co. Js6to 

Jerome, a poor man. Wilkins. W684JC 

Jerry. Elliott. E47J 

Jersey Street and Jersey Lane. Bunner. 

B942J 
Jess. Barrie. B27SJ 

Jess. Haggard. H145J 

Jess & Co. Bell. B433J 

Jessamine. Harland. H283J 

Jesamy Bride. Moore. M821J 

Jessie Trim. Far j eon. F229J 

Jessop, George H. 

Gerald Ffrench's friends. J58.22g 

Jesuit's ring. Hayes. H417J 

Jesus Delaney. Donnelly. D686.22J 

Jet; her face or her fortune? Edwardes. 

E24J 
Jethro Bacon of Sandwich. Stimson. 

S859Je 
Jettatura. Gautier. in G277a 

Jew. Kraszewski. K92J 

Jew, and other stories. Turgdnieff. T936J 
Jewel. Burnham. B966je 

Jewel in the lotus. Tincker. T587J 

Jewel mysteries I have known. Pember- 
ton. P39SJC 

Jewel of seven stars. Stoker. S873J 

Jewel's story book. Burnham. B966jew 
Jewett, Sarah O. 

w 

Country by-ways; [stones.] J59C 

Country doctor. j59co 

Country of the pointed firs. J59COU 

Deephaven; [stories.] JS9d 

King of Folly Island, and other people; 

[stories.] JS9k. 

Life of Nancy; [stories.] J59I 

Marsh island. J59ni 

Mate of the Daylight and friends ashore; 

[stories.] J59ma 



Native of Winby, and other tales. Js9n 

Old friends and new; [stories.] J590 

Queen's twin, and other stories. J59q 

Strangers and wayfarers; [stories.] J59S 

Tales of New England. J59t 

Tory lover. j59to 

White heron, and other stories. J59w 

Jews'of Barnow. Franzos. F837i 

Jill. Dillwyn. D579i 

Jim of Hellas. Richards. R517J 

Jimmyjohn boss, and other stories. Wister. 

W817J 
Jimty, and others. Briscoe. B859J 

Joan. Broughton. B874.22J 

Joan Merryweather, and other tales. 

Saunders. S256J 

Joan of the alley. Bartlett. B291J 

Joan of the Sword Hand. Crockett. C938J 
Joan Wentworth. Macquoid. M173J 

John, Eugenie. See Marlitt, Elsie. 
John. Woods. W894J 

John Bodewiri's testimony. Foote. F689J 
John Brent. Winthrop. W793J 

John Caldigate. Trollope. 1*847} 

John Charaxes. Boylston. B792J 

John Dorrien. Kavanagh. K22J 

John Ermine of the Yellowstone. 

Remington. R388J0 

John Forsyth's aunts. White. W584J 

John Gayther's garden, and the stories told 

therein. Stockton. S866j 

John Gilbert, yeoman. Soans. S676J 

John Godfrey's fortunes. Taylor. T238i 
John Halifax, gentleman. Mulock. M959J 
John Herring. Gould. G698J 

John Ingerfield, and other stories. Jerome. 

J56i 
John Inglesant. Shorthouse. S5S9i 

John Jasper's secret Dickens and Collins. 

D547.12J 
John Jerome. Ingclow. I46J 

John Kenadie. Saunders. 8258) 

John Law. Ainsworth. A297J0 

John Littlejohn, of J. Morgan. M848J 

John Maidment. Sturgis. S935J 

John March, southerner. Cable. Ciisj 

John Marmaduke. Church. C561J 

John Maxwell's marriage. Gwynn. G994J 

John Milton and his times. Ring. R581J 

John Paget Elliott E47J0 

John Parmelee's curse. Hawthorne. H398J 



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John Percyfield. Henderson. H496J 

John Rantoul. Nelson. N426J 

John Splendid. Munro. M969.22J 
John Thompson, and other stories. Parr. 

P259J 

John Vytal. Payson. P348J 

John Ward, preacher. Deland. D337J0 

Johnson, Mrs. Elizabeth W. 

Two loyal lovers. J67t 

Yesterday. J67y 

Johnson, Mrs. Helen K. 

Raleigh Westgate. J67.22T 

Johnson, Owen. 

Arrows of the Almighty. J68.4ia 

In the name of liberty. J68.4iin 
Johnson, Rossiter W., ed. 

Little classics. i8v. Z497I 
Johnson, Samuel. 

Rasselas, prince of Abyssinia. J6gT 



Same. in 824 . 63wm v. i 


Johnson, Virginia W. 




English Daisy Miller. 


J7ie 


Fainalls of Tipton. 


J7if 


House of the musician. 


J7ih 


Tulip Place. 


J7it 


Johnson, William H. 




King or knave, which wins? 


J7i.22ki 


King's henchman. 


J7l.22k 


Johnson Manor. Kent. 


K37.22J 


Johnston, Mrs. Annie F. 




Asa Holmes. 


J72a 


Johnston, J. Wesley. See Dale, 


Annan. 


Johnston, Mary. 




Audrey. 


J73a 


Prisoners of hope. 


J73P 


Sir Mortimer. 


J73S 


To have and to hold. 


J73t 


Johnston, Richard M. 




Dukesborough tales. 


J73.33d 


Mr. Absalom Billingslea, 


and other 


Georgia folk; [stories.] 


J73.33m 


Mr. Billy Downs and his likes; [stories.] 




J73.33mr 


Mr. Fortner's marital claims 


, and other 


stories. 


J73.33mrf 


Ogeechee cross-firings. 


J73.330 


Old Mark Langston. 


J73.330I 


Old times in middle Georgia; 


[stories.] 




j23.33old 


Pcarce Amerson's will. 


J73.33P 



Primes and their neighbors; [stories.] 

J73.33pr 

Widow Guthrie. 173- 33 w 

J6kai, Maurus. 

Black diamonds. J74b 

Day of wrath. J74d 

Debts of honor. J74de 

Dr. Dumany's wife. j74do 

Eyes like the sea. J74e 

Golden age in Transylvania. J74g 

Green book. J74gr 

Hungarian nabob. J74h 

Lion of Janina. J74I 

'Midst the wild Carpathians. J74m 

Modern Midas. j74mo 

Nameless Castle. J74n 

Poor plutocrats. J74P 

Pretty Michal. J74pr 

Told by the death's head. J74t 

Jolly, Emily. 

Colonel Dacre. J75C 

Jones, Alice I. 

Beatrice of Bayou Teche. J76b 

Chevalier de St. Denis. J76C 

Joost Avelingh. Maartens. Miiij 

Jordan, Elizabeth G. 

Mary Iverson; her book. J82m 

Talcs of destiny. J82t 

Tales of the city room. J82ta 

Tales of the cloister. J82tal 

Jorn Uhl. Frenssen. F878J0 

Jos6. Vald^s. V145J 

Joseph and his friend. Taylor. T238J0 

Joseph Andrews. Fielding. F459J 

Joseph in the snow. Auerbach. A917J 

Joseph Noirel's revenge. Cherbuliez. 

C521J 
Joseph II and his court. Miihlbach. M952J 
Joseph Zalmonah. King. K52.33J 

Joshua. Ebers. Ei6j 

Same. in Ei6sis 

Joshua Davidson. Linton. L76it 

Joshua Haggard's daughter. Braddon. 

B798J0 

Josiah Allen's wife as a P. A. and P. I. 

Holley. 817.49 H738i 

Journal of Arthur Stirling. X23J 

Journey in other worlds. Astor. A857J 

Journey in seach of Christmas. Wister. 

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Journey to the centre of the earth. Verne. 

V531J 
Journey's end. Forman. F724J0 

Joy of Captain Ribot. Valdcs. V14SJ0 

Joyous heart. Roseboro. R798J0 

Juana. Balzac. B198JU 

Jucklins. Read. R284JU 

Judd, Sylvester. 

Margaret. J92m 

Richard Edney and the governor's family. 

J92r 
Judgment. Brown. B875JU 

Judgment books. Benson. B475J 

Judith. Harland. H283JU 

Judith of the plains. Manning. M284JU 

Judith Shakespeare. Black. B627J 

Juggernaut. Eggleston and Bacon. 

E31.11J 
Juggler. Craddock. C884J 

Juletty. McElroy. M141J 

Julia. Tynan. T987JU 

Julia de Roubignd. Mackenzie. 

in823.65 w V. 3 
Julian. Ware. W273J 

Juncker, E., pseud. 

Margaret he. JPSm 

Jungle book. Kipling. K57J 

Jupiter Lights. Woolson. W916J 

Jupiter's daughters. Jenkin. J51J 

Justification of Andrew Lebrun. Barrett. 

B273J 
Justin Wingate, ranchman. Whitson. 

W624JU 

Kafir stories. Scully. S437k 

Kaloolah. Mayo. M473k 

Kamehameha. Newell. N544k 

Karl of Erbach. Bailey. BiS4k 

Karma. Sinnctt. S6i8k 

Kate Bonnet. Stockton. S866k 

Kate Carnegie. Watson. W339k 

Kate Coventry. Melville. MS3ik 

Kate of Kate Hall. Fowler and Felkin. 

F785.22k 

Katerfelto. Melville. M53ika 

Katharine Frensham. Harraden. H296k 

Katharine Lauderdale. Crawford. C899k 

Katharine. North. Pool. P82ik 

Katharine Walton. Simms. SS94^ 

Katherii\e Day. Fuller. Fg6sk 

Katia. Tolstoi. T654k 



Katsch, Adolphe E. 




Under the stork's nest. 


KlQU 


Katy of Catoctin. Townsend. 


T748.22k 


Kauffman, Reginald W. 




Things that are Caesar's. 


K2ith 


Kavanagh, Julia. 




Beatrice. 


K22b 


Bessie. 


K22be 


Daisy Burns. 


K22d 


Dora. 


K22do 


Grace Lee. 


K22g 


John Dorrien. 


K22J 


Madeleine. 


K22m 


Nathalie. 


K22n 


Queen Mab. 


K22q 


Rachel Gray. 


K22r 


Silvia. 


K22S 


Sybil's second love. 


K22sy 


Kavanagh. Longfellow. 


in L853h 


Keary, Annie, 




Castle Daly. 


K24C 


Clemency Franklyn. 


K24CI 


Doubting heart. 


K24d 


Janet's home. 


K24J 


Oldbury. 


K240 


York and Lancaster rose. 


K24y 


Keats, Gwendoline. See Zack. 




Keays, H. A. MitchelL 




He that eateth bread with me. 


K25h 


Keddie, Henrietta. See Tytler, Sarah. 


Keenan, Henry F. 




Iron game. 


K26i 


Money-makers. 


Ka6m 


Trajan. 


K26t 


Keightley, Samuel R. 




Crimson sign. 


K27cr 


Last recruit of Clare's; [stories.] K27I 


Silver cross. 


K27S 


Keith, Alyn Y., pseud. 




Hilltop summer. 


K28h 


Kclea the surf-iider. Twombly. 


T976k 


Kelly, Myra. 




Little citizens; [stories.] 


K29li 


Kemble, Francea A. 




Far away and long ago. 


K32f 


Kempater, Aquila. 




Mark. 


K33ni 


Kempton-Wace letters. [London and 


Strunsky.] 


IA|7<22k 


Kenelm Chillingly. Lytton. 


L998k 


Kenilworth. Scott. 


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K34r 
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K37.22J 
D263.22k 

Kj8wh 

H859k 
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T847k 



Kennedy, John P. 

Horse-shoe Robinson. 

Rob of the Bowl. 

Swallow Barn. 
Kennedy, Sarah B. 

Wooing of Judith. 
Kent, Elizabeth. 

House opposite. 
Kent, James. 

Johnson Manor. 
Kent Hampden. Davis. 
Kenton, Edna. 

What manner of man. 

Kentons. Howells. 
Kentuckians. Fox. 
Kentucky cardinal. Allen. 
Kentucky colonel. Read. 
Kept in the dark. Trollope. 
Kercheval, George T. 
Lorin Mooruck, and other Indian stories. 

K39I 
Kemahan, Coulson. 

Captain Shannon. K39.22C 

Kester, Vanghan. 

Manager of the B. & A. K42.42m 

Key of paradise. Pickering. P596k 

Key of the Holy House. Lee. L476k 

Khaled. Crawford. C899kh 

Kidnapped. Stevenson. S848k 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.5 

Kielland, Alexander L. 

Elsie. K45e 

Carman and Worse. K45g 

Professor Lovdahl. K45P 

Skipper Worse. K45S 

Tales of two countries. K45t 

Kildare« Owen. 

Good of the wicked, and Party sketches. 

K47go 

Kilmeny. Black. B627k 

Kim. Kipling. K57k 

Kimball, Richard B. 

Prince of Kashna. K48P 

Students abroad. K48S 

Kin-da-shon's wife. Willard. W689k 

Sng, lira. Anna E. 
Brown's Retreat, and other stories. Ksib 

Kitwyk stories. Ksik 

King, Basil. 

In the garden of Charity. K5i.33tn 



Let not man put asunder. 


K51.33I 


Steps of honor. 


KSI.33S 


King, Charles. 




Apache princess. 


K52ap 


Army wife. 


K52ar 


Between the lines. 


K52b 


Cadet days. 


K52C 


Captain Blake. 


K52ci 



Captain Close, and Sergeant Croesus. 

K52cap 
Coloners daughter. Ks2col 

Comrades in arms. K52com 

Conquering corps badge, and other stor- 
ies of the Philippines. K52com 

Daughter of the Sioux. K52da 
Deserter, and From the ranks. K52de 
Foes in ambush. K52f 
Garrison tangle. K52g 
General's double. K52ge 
In spite of foes. K52in 
Iron brigade. K52ir 
Kitty's conquest. K52k 
Knight of Columbia. K52kn 
Iraramie. K52I 
Marion's faith; sequel to Colonel's daugh- 
ter. K52m 

Norman Holt. K52n 

Ray's daughter. K52r 

Soldier's secret, and Army Portia. K52S 
Starlight Ranch, and other stories of 
army life on the frontier. K52st 

Story of Fort Frayne. K52sto 

Sunset Pass. K52SU 

Trooper Galahad. K52tr 

Trooper Ross, and Signal Butte. Ksatro 
Trumpeter Fred. K52trv 

Two soldiers, and Dunraven Ranch. 1 

K547I 
Under fire. K^SI 

War-time wooing. 1^691 

Waring's peril. Kc)7il 

Warrior gap. K.'047l 

Wounded name. 1^622! 

King, Charles, ed. J55l 

Colonel's Christmas dinner, an'" ^^^^^ 

stories. •"^• 

M123.44I 

B554I 

[King, Clarence.] ^^^^ 

Democracy. '""^- «859l 

J17I 






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Journey to the centre of the earth. Verne. 

VS3iJ 
Journey's end. Forman. F724J0 

Joy of Captain Ribot. Valdes. V14SJ0 

Joyous heart. Roseboro. R798J0 

Juana. Balzac. BigSju 

Jucklins. Read. R284JU 

Judd, Sylvester. 

Margaret. Jgam 

Richard Edney and the governor's family. 

J92r 
Judgment. Brown. B875JU 

Judgment books. Benson. B475J 

Judith. Harland. H283JU 

Judith of the plains. Manning. M284JU 

Judith Shakespeare. Black. B627J 

Juggernaut. Eggleston and Bacon. 

E31.11J 
Juggler. Craddock. C884J 

Juletty. McElroy. M141J 

Julia. Tynan. T987JU 

Julia de Roubignd. Mackenzie. 

in823.65 w V. 3 
Julian. Ware. W273J 

Juncker, E., pseud. 

Margarethe. JPSm 

Jungle book. Kipling. K57J 

Jupiter Lights. Woolson. W916J 

Jupiter's daughters. Jenkin. Jsij 

Justification of Andrew Lebrun. Barrett. 

B273J 
Justin Wingate, ranchman. Whit son. 

W624JU 

Kafir stories. Scully. S437^ 

Kaloolah. Mayo. M473k 

Kamehameha. Newell. N544k 

Karl of Erbach. Bailey. Bi54k 

Karma. Sinnett. S6i8k 

Kate Bonnet. Stockton. S866k 

Kate Carnegie. Watson. W339k 

Kate Coventry. Melville. M53ik 

Kate of Kate Hall. Fowler and Felkin. 

F785.22k 

Katerfelto. Melville. M53ika 

Katharine Frensham. Harraden. H296k 

Katharine Lauderdale. Crawford. C899k 

Katharine. North. Pool. P82ik 

Katharine Walton. Simms. S594k 

Katherine Day. Fuller. F965k 

Katia. Tolstoi. T654k 



Katsch, Adolphe E. 




Under the stork's nest 


K19U 


Katy of Catoctin. Townsend. 


T748-22k 


Kauffman, Reginald W. 




Things that are Caesar's. 


K2ith 


Kavanagh, Julia. 




Beatrice. 


K22b 


Bessie. 


K22be 


Daisy Burns. 


K22d 


Dora. 


K22do 


Grace Lee. 


BC22g 


John Dorrien. 


K22J 


Madeleine. 


K22m 


Nathalie. 


K22n 


Queen Mab. 


K22q 


Rachel Gray. 


K22r 


Silvia. 


K22S 


Sybil's second love. 


K22sy 


Kavanagh. Longfellow. 


in L8s3h 


Keary, Annie, 




Castle Daly. 


K24C 


Clemency Franklyn. 


K24CI 


Doubting heart. 


K24d 


Janet's home. 


K24J 


Oldbury. 


K240 


York and Lancaster rose. 


K24y 


Keats, Gwendoline. See Zack. 




Keays, H. A. Mitchell. 




He that eateth bread with me. 


K25h 


Keddie, Henrietta. See Tytler, Sarah. 


Keenan, Henry F. 




Iron game. 


K26i 


Money-makers. 


Ka6m 


Trajan. 


K26t 


Keightley, Samuel R. 




Crimson sign. 


K27cr 


Last recruit of Clare's; [stories.] K27I 


Silver cross. 


K27S 


Keith, Alyn Y., pseud. 




Hilltop summer. 


K28h 


Kclea the surf-iider. Twombly. 


T976k 


Kelly, Myra. 




Little citizens; [stories.] 


K29li 


Kemble, Frances A. 




Far away and long ago. 


K32f 


Kempster, Aquila. 




Mark. 


K33m 


Kempton-Wace letters. [London and 


Strunsky.] 


IA|7-22k 


Kenelm Chillingly. Lytton. 


L998k 


Kenilworth. Scott. 


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Kennedy, John P. 

Horse-shoe Robinson. 

Rob of the Bowl. 

Swallow Barn. 
Kennedy, Sarah B. 

Wooing of Judith. 
Kent, Elizabeth. 

House opposite. 
Kent, James. 

Johnson Manor. 
Kent Hampden. Davis. 
Kenton, Edna. 

What manner of man. 

Kentons. Howells. 
Kentuckians. Fox. 
Kentucky cardinal. Allen. 
Kentucky coloneL Read. 
Kept in the dark. TroUope. 
Kercheval, George T. 
Lorin Mooruck, and other Indian stories. 

K39I 
Kemahan, Coulson. 

Captain Shannon. K39.22C 

Kester, Vanghan. 

Manager of the B. & A. K42.42m 

Key of paradise. Pickering. P596k 

Key of the Holy House. Lee. L476k 

Khaled. Crawford. C899kh 

Kidnapped. Stevenson. S848k 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.5 

CeUand, Alexander L. 

Elsie. K45e 

Carman and Worse. K45g 

Professor Lovdahl. K45P 

Skipper Worse. K4SS 

Tales of two countries. K45t 

ddare« Owen. 

Good of the wicked, and Party sketches. 

K47go 

Kilmeny. Black. B627k 

Kim. Kipling. K57k 

Kimhall, Richard B. 

Prince of Kashna. K48P 

Students abroad. K48S 

Kin-da-shon's wife. Willard. W689k 

Sng, Mrs. Anna E. 
Brown's Retreat, and other stories. Ksib 

Kitwyk stories. Ksik 

King, Basil. 

In the garden of Charity. K5i.33in 



Let not man put asunder. 


K51.33I 


Steps of honor. 


KSI.33S 


King, Charles. 




Apache princess. 


K52ap 


Army wife. 


K52ar 


Between the lines. 


K52b 


Cadet days. 


K52C 


Captain Blake. 


K52ci 



Captain Close, and Sergeant Croesus. 

K52cap 
Coloners daughter. KS2col 

Comrades in arms. K52com 

Conquering corps badge, and other stor- 
ies of the Philippines. K52com 

Daughter of the Sioux. K52da 
Deserter, and From the ranks. K52de 
Foes in ambush. K52f 
Garrison tangle. K52g 
General's double. K52ge 
In spite of foes. K52in 
Iron brigade. K52ir 
Kitty's conquest. K52k 
Knight of Columbia. K52kn 
Laramie. K52I 
Marion's faith; sequel to Colonel's daugh- 
ter. K52m 

Norman Holt. K52n 

Ray's daughter. K52r 

Soldier's secret, and Army Portia. K52S 
Starlight Ranch, and other stories of 
army life on the frontier. K52st 

Story of Fort Frayne. K52sto 

Sunset Pass. K52SU 

Trooper Galahad. K52tr 

Trooper Ross, and Signal Butte. Ksatro 
Trumpeter Fred. K52trifi 

Two soldiers, and Dunraven Ranch. 

Under fire. I^-S^u 

War-time wooing. I452W 

Waring's peril. 
Warrior gap. 
Wounded name. l!C52wo 

King, Charles, ed. 
Colonel's Christmas dinner, an^d other 
stories. ; K52CO 

Initial experience, and other, .stories. 

i K52ini 
[King, Clarence.] 

Democracy. '' K52.27d 



K» 2wa 
K,'^2war 



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Journey to the centre of the earth. Verne. 

VS3IJ 

Journey's end. Forman. F724J0 

Joy of Captain Ribot. Valdcs. V14SJ0 

Joyous heart. Roseboro. R798J0 

Juana. Balzac. B198JU 

Jucklins. Read. R284JU 
Judd, Sylvester. 

Margaret. J92m 

Richard Edney and the governor's family. 

J92r 
Judgment. Brown. B875JU 

Judgment books. Benson. B475J 

Judith. Harland. H283JU 

Judith of the plains. Manning. M284JU 

Judith Shakespeare. Black. B627J 

Juggernaut. Eggleston and Bacon. 

E31.11J 
Juggler. Craddock. C884J 

Juletty. McElroy. M141J 

Julia. Tynan. T987JU 

Julia de Roubign6. Mackenzie. 

in 823.65 wv. 3 
Julian. Ware. W273J 

Juncker, E., pseud. 

Margarethe. J95m 

Jungle book. Kipling. K57J 

Jupiter Lights. Woolson. W916J 

Jupiter's daughters. Jenkin. J51J 

Justification of Andrew Lebrun. Barrett. 

B273J 
Justin Wingate, ranchman. Whitson. 

W624JU 

Kafir stories. Scully. S437k 

Kaloolah. Mayo. M473k 

Kamehameha. Newell. N544k 

Karl of Erbach. Bailey. Bi54k 

Karma. Sinnett. S6i8k 

Kate Bonnet. Stockton. S866k 

Kate Carnegie. Watson. W339k 

Kate Coventry. Melville. M53ik 

Kate of Kate Hall. Fowler and Felkin. 

F785.22k 

Katerfelto. Melville. MS3ika 

Katharine Frensham. Harraden. H296k 

Katharine Lauderdale. Crawford. C899k 

Katharine. North. Pool. P82ik 

Katharine Walton. Simms. S594k 

Katherine Day. Fuller. F965k 

Katia. Tolstoi. T6s4k 



Katsch, Adolphe E. 




Under the stork's nest 


K19U 


Katy of Catoctin. Townsend. 


T748-22k 


Kauffman, Reginald W. 




Things that are Caesar's. 


K2ith 


Kavanagh, Julia. 




Beatrice. 


K22b 


Bessie. 


K22be 


Daisy Burns. 


K22d 


Dora. 


K22do 


Grace Lee. 


K22g 


John Dorrien. 


K22J 


Madeleine. 


K22m 


Nathalie. 


K22n 


Queen Mab. 


K22q 


Rachel Gray. 


K22r 


Silvia. 


K22S 


Sybil's second love. 


K22sy 


Kavanagh. Longfellow. 


in L853h 


Keary, Annie, 




Castle Daly. 


K24C 


Clemency Franklyn. 


K2^cl 


Doubting heart. 


K24d 


Janet's home. 


K24J 


Oldbury. 


K240 


York and Lancaster rose. 


K24y 


Keats, Gwendoline. See Zack. 




Keays, H. A. MitchelL 




He that eateth bread with me. 


K2Sh 


Keddie» Henrietta. See Tytler, Sarah. 


Keenan, Henry F. 




Iron game. 


K26i 


Money-makers. 


Ka6m 


Trajan. 


K26t 


Keightley, Samuel R. 




Crimson sign. 


K27cr 


Last recruit of Clare's; [stories.] K27I 


Silver cross. 


K27S 


Keith, Alyn Y., pseud. 




Hilltop summer. 


K28h 


Kclea the surf-xider. Twombly. 


T976k 


Kelly, Myra. 




Little citizens; [stories.] 


K29li 


Kemble, Frances A. 




Far away and long ago. 


K32f 


Kempster, Aquila. 




Mark. 


K33m 


Kempton-Wace letters. [London and 


Strunsky.] 


IA|7.22k 


Kenelm Chillingly. Lytton. 


L998k 


Kenilworth. Scott. 


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K34h 
K34r 
K34S 

K35WO 
K37h 

K37.22J 
D263.22k 

KjSwh 

H859k 
F792k 
A427k 
R284ke 
T847k 



Kennedy, John P. 

Horse-shoe Robinson. 

Rob of the Bowl. 

Swallow Barn. 
Kennedy, Sarah B. 

Wooing of Judith. 
Kent, Elizabeth. 

House opposite. 
Kent, James. 

Johnson Manor. 
Kent Hampden. Davis. 
Kenton, Edna. 

What manner of man. 

Kentons. Howells. 

Kentuckians. Fox. 

Kentucky cardinal. Allen. 

Kentucky colonel. Read. 

Kept in the dark. TroUope. 

Kercheval, George T. 

Lorin Mooruck, and other Indian stories. 

K39I 
Kemahan, Coulson. 

Captain Shannon. K39.22C 

Kester, Vanghan. 

Manager of the B. & A. K42.42m 

Key of paradise. Pickering. P596k 

Key of the Holy House. Lee. L476k 

Khaled. Crawford. CSgpkh 

Kidnapped. Stevenson. S848k 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.5 

CeUand, Alexander L. 

Elsie. K45e 

Carman and Worse. K45g 

Professor Lovdahl. K45P 

Skipper Worse. K45S 

Tales of two countries. K45t 

ddare« Owen. 

Good of the wicked, and Party sketches. 

K47go 

Kilmeny. Black. B627k 

Kim. Kipling. K57k 

Kitnhall, Richard B. 

Prince of Kashna. K48P 

Students abroad. K48S 

Kin-da-shon's wife. Willard. W689k 

Sng, Mrs. Anna E. 
Brown's Retreat, and other stories. Ksib 

Kitwyk stories. Ksik 

King, Basil. 

In the garden of Charity. K5i.33tn 



Let not man put asunder. 


K51.33I 


Steps of honor. 


K51.33S 


ing, Charles. 




Apache princess. 


K52ap 


Army wife. 


Ks2ar 


Between the lines. 


K52b 


Cadet days. 


K52C 


Captain Blake. 


K52CSI 



Captain Close, and Sergeant Croesus. 

K52cap 
Coloners daughter. K52C0I 

Comrades in arms. K52com 

Conquering corps badge, and other stor- 
ies of the Philippines. K52com 

Daughter of the Sioux. K52da 
Deserter, and From the ranks. K52de 
Foes in ambush. K52f 
Garrison tangle. K52g 
General's double. K52ge 
In spite of foes. K52in 
Iron brigade. K52ir 
Kitty's conquest. K52k 
Knight of Columbia. K52kn 
Laramie. K52I 
Marion's faith; sequel to Colonel's daugh- 
ter. K52m 

Norman Holt. K52n 

Ray's daughter. K52r 

Soldier's secret, and Army Portia. K52S 
Starlight Ranch, and other stories of 
army life on the frontier. K52st 

Story of Fort Frayne. K52sto 

Sunset Pass. K52SU 

Trooper Galahad. K52tr 

Trooper Ross, and Signal Butte. Ksatro 
Trumpeter Fred. Ks2trn 

Two soldiers, and Dunraven Ranch. 

K5;^tw 

Under fire. I^.s^m 

War-time wooing. I4s2w 

Waring's peril. 

Warrior gap. 

Wounded name. I^iCsawo 

King, Charles, ed. 

Colonel's Christmas dinner, an^d other 
stories. ; K52C0 

Initial experience, and other, stories. 

I K52ini 

[King, Clarence.] 

Democracy. *"' K52.27d 



K» 2wa 
K,'32war 



80 



ST. PAUL PUBLIC UBRABY. 



Journey to the centre of the earth. Verne. 

V531J 
Journey's end. Forman. F724J0 

Joy of Captain Ribot, Valdcs. V14SJ0 

Joyous heart Roseboro. R798J0 

Juana. Balzac. BigSju 

Jucklins. Read. R284JU 
Judd, Sylvester. 

Margaret. Jgzm 

Richard Edney and the governor's family. 

J92r 
Judgment. Brown. B875JU 

Judgment books. Benson. B475J 

Judith. Harland. H283JU 

Judith of the plains. Manning. M284JU 

Judith Shakespeare. Black. B627J 

Juggernaut. Eggleston and Bacon. 

E31.11J 
Juggler. Craddock. C884J 

Juletty. McElroy. M141J 

Julia. Tynan. T987JU 

Julia de Roubigne. Mackenzie. 

in823.65 wv. 3 
Julian. Ware. W273J 

Juncker, E., pseud. 

Margarethe. J95m 

Jungle book. Kipling. K57J 

Jupiter Lights. Woolson. W916J 

Jupiter's daughters. Jenkin. J51J 

Justification of Andrew Lebrun. Barrett. 

B273J 
Justin Wingate, ranchman. Whitson. 

W624JU 

Kafir stories. Scully. S437k 

Kaloolah. Mayo. M473k 

Kamehameha. Newell. N544k 

Karl of Erbach. Bailey. Bi54k 

Karma. Sinnett. S6i8k 

Kate Bonnet. Stockton. S866k 

Kate Carnegie. Watson. W339k 

Kate Coventry. Melville. M53ik 

Kate of Kate Hall. Fowler and Felkin. 

F785.22k 

Katerfelto. Melville. M53ika 

Katharine Frensham. Harraden. H296k 

Katharine Lauderdale. Crawford. C899k 

Katharine. North. Pool. P82ik 

Katharine Walton. Simms. S594k 

Katherine Day. Fuller. F965k 

Katia. Tolstoi. T654k 



Katsch, Adolphe E. 

Under the stork's nest K19U 

Katy of Catoctin. Townsend. T748.22k 

Kauffman, Reginald W. 

Things that are Caesar's. K2ith 

Kavanagh, Julia. 

Beatrice. K22b 

Bessie. K22be 

Daisy Burns. K22d 

Dora. K22do 

Grace Lee. K22g 

John Dorrien. K22J 

Madeleine. K22m 

Nathalie. K22n 

Queen Mab. K22q 

Rachel Gray. K22r 

Silvia. K22S 

Sybil's second love. K22sy 

Kavanagh. Longfellow. in L«853h 

Keary, Annie, 

Castle Daly. K24C 

Clemency Franklyn. K24CI 

Doubting heart. K24d 

Janet's home. K24J 

Oldbury. K240 

York and Lancaster rose. K24y 

Keats, Gwendoline. See Zack. 

Keays, H. A. MitchelL 

He that eateth bread with me. K25h 

Keddie, Henrietta. See Tytler, Sarah. 

Keenan, Henry F. 

Iron game. K26i 

Money-makers. JUssSm. 

Trajan. Ka6t 

Keightley, Samuel R. 

Crimson sign. K27CT 
Last recruit of Clare's; [stories.] K27I 

Silver cross. K27S 

Keith, Alyn Y., pseud. 

Hilltop summer. KaSh 

Kclea the surf-iider. Twombly. T976k 

Kelly, Myra. 

Little citizens; [stories.] K29li 

Kemble, Frances A. 

Far away and long ago. K32f 
Kempster, Aquila. 

Mark. K33m 
Kempton-Wace letters. [London and 

St runsky . ] IA|7 . 22k 

Kenelm Chillingly. Lytton. L998k 

Kenilworth. Scott. S43ik 



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K34r 
K34S 

K35WO 
K37h 

K37.22J 
D263.22k 

Kj8wh 

H859k 
F792k 
A427k 
R284ke 
T847k 



Kennedy, John P. 

Horse-shoe Robinson. 

Rob of the Bowl. 

Swallow Barn. 
Kennedy, Sarah B. 

Wooing of Judith. 
Kent, Elizabeth. 

House opposite. 
Kent, James. 

Johnson Manor. 
Kent Hampden. Davis. 
Kenton, Edna. 

What manner of man. 

Kentons. Howells. 

Kentuckians. Fox. 

Kentucky cardinal. Allen. 

Kentucky colonel. Read. 

Kept in the dark. TroUope. 

Kercheval, George T. 

Lorin Mooruck, and other Indian stories. 

K39I 
Kemahan, Coulson. 

Captain Shannon. K39.22C 

Kester, Vanghan. 

Manager of the B. & A. K42.42m 

Key of paradise. Pickering. P596k 

Key of the Holy House. Lee. L476k 

Khaled. Crawford. CSgpkh 

Kidnapped. Stevenson. S848k 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.5 

CeUand, Alexander L. 

Elsie. K45e 

Garman and Worse. K45g 

Professor Lovdahl. K45P 

Skipper Worse. K45S 

Tales of two countries. K45t 

KUdare. Owen. 

Good of the wicked, and Party sketches. 

K47go 

Kilmeny. Black. B627k 

Kim. Kipling. K57k 

Kitnhall, Richard B. 

Prince of Kashna. K48P 

Students abroad. K48S 

Kin-da-shon's wife. Willard. W689k 

Sng, Mn. Anna E. 
Brown's Retreat, and other stories. Ksib 

Kitwyk stories. Ksik 

King, Basil. 

In the garden of Charity. K5i.33in 



Let not man put asunder. 


K51.33I 


Steps of honor. 


KS1.33S 


King, Charles. 




Apache princess. 


K52ap 


Army wife. 


K52ar 


Between the lines. 


K52b 


Cadet days. 


Ks2c 


Captain Blake. 


K52C21 



Captain Close, and Sergeant Croesus. 

K52cap 
Coloners daughter. K52C0I 
Comrades in arms. K52com 
Conquering corps badge, and other stor- 
ies of the Philippines. K52com 

Daughter of the Sioux. K52da 
Deserter, and From the ranks. K52de 
Foes in ambush. K52f 
Garrison tangle. K52g 
General's double. K52ge 
In spite of foes. K52in 
Iron brigade. K52ir 
Kitty's conquest. K52k 
Knight of Columbia. K52kn 
Laramie. K52I 
Marion's faith; sequel to Colonel's daugh- 
ter. K52m 

Norman Holt. K52n 

Ray's daughter. K52r 
Soldier's secret, and Army Portia. K52S 

Starlight Ranch, and other stories of 

army life on the frontier. K52st 

Story of Fort Frayne. KS2sto 

Sunset Pass. K52SU 

Trooper Galahad. K52tr 
Trooper Ross, and Signal Butte. Ksatro 

Trumpeter Fred. K52trifi 

Two soldiers, and Dunraven Ranch. 

Under fire. I^-S^u 

War-time wooing. KjlS2w 

Waring's peril. 

Warrior gap. 

Wounded name. I^52wo 
King, Charles, ed. 

Colonel's Christmas dinner, an^d other 

stories. ; K52C0 

Initial experience, and other, stories. 

i K52ini 
[King, Clarence.] 

Democracy. "" K52.27d 



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Journey to the centre of the earth. Verne. 

V531J 
Journey's end. Forman. F724J0 

Joy of Captain Ribot. Yaldes. V145J0 

Joyous heart Roseboro. R798J0 

Juana. Balzac. B198JU 

Jucklins. Read. R284JU 

Judd, Sylvester. 

Margaret. J92m 

Richard Edney and the governor's family. 

J92r 
Judgment. Brown. B875JU 

Judgment books. Benson. B475J 

Judith. Harland. H283JU 

Judith of the plains. Manning. M284JU 

Judith Shakespeare. Black. B627J 

Juggernaut. Eggleston and Bacon. 

E31.11J 
Juggler. Craddock. C884J 

Juletty. McElroy. M141J 

Julia. Tynan. T987JU 

Julia de Roubigne. Mackenzie. 

in823.65 w V. 3 
Julian. Ware. W273J 

Juncker, E., pseud. 

Margarethe. J95tn 

Jungle book. Kipling. K57J 

Jupiter Lights. Woolson. W916J 

Jupiter's daughters. Jenkin. Jsij 

Justification of Andrew Lebrun. Barrett. 

B273J 
Justin Wingate, ranchman. Whitson. 

W624JU 

Kafir stories. Scully. S437k 

Kaloolah. Mayo. M473k 

Kamehameha. Newell. N544k 

Karl of Erbach. Bailey. Bi54k 

Karma. Sinnett. S6i8k 

Kate Bonnet. Stockton. S866k 

Kate Carnegie. Watson. W339k 

Kate Coventry. Melville. MS3ik 

Kate of Kate Hall. Fowler and Felkin. 

F785.22k 

Katerfelto. Melville. M53ika 

Katharine Frensham. Harraden. H296k 

Katharine Lauderdale. Crawford. C899k 

Katharine. North. Pool. P82ik 

Katharine Walton. Simms. S594k 

Katherii\e Day. Fuller. F96sk 

Katia. Tolstoi. T654k 



Katsch, Adolphe E. 




Under the stork's nest 


K19U 


Katy of Catoctin. Townsend. 


T748.22k 


Kauffman, Reginald W. 




Things that are Caesar's. 


K2ith 


Kavanagh, Julia. 




Beatrice. 


K22b 


Bessie. 


K22be 


Daisy Burns. 


K22d 


Dora. 


K22do 


Grace Lee. 


K22g 


John Dorrien. 


K22J 


Madeleine. 


K22m 


Nathalie. 


K22n 


Queen Mab. 


K22q 


Rachel Gray. 


K22r 


Silvia. 


K22S 


Sybil's second love. 


K22sy 


Kavanagh. Longfellow. 


in L853h 


Keary, Annie, 




Castle Daly. 


K24C 


Clemency Franklyn. 


K24CI 


Doubting heart. 


K2^d 


Janet's home. 


K24J 


Oldbury. 


K240 


York and Lancaster rose. 


K24y 


Keats, Gwendoline. See Zack. 




Keaya, H. A. MitchelL 




He that eateth bread with me. 


K25h 


Keddie, Henrietta. See Tytler, Sarah. 


Keenan, Henry F. 




Iron game. 


K26i 


Money-makers. 


Ka6m 


Trajan. 


K26t 


Keightley, Samuel R 




Crimson sign. 


K27cr 


Last recruit of Clare's; [stories.] K27I 


Silver cross. 


K27S 


Keith, Alyn Y., pseud. 




Hilltop summer. 


K28h 


Kclea the surf-iider. Twombly. 


T976k 


KeUy, Myra. 




Little citizens; [stories.] 


K29li 


Ktmble, Frances A. 




Far away and long ago. 


K32f 


Kempster, Aquila. 




Mark. 


K33m 


Kempton-Wace letters. [London and 


Strunsky.] 


L847.22k 


Kenelm Chillingly. Lytton. 


L998k 


Kenilworth. Scott 


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Kennedy, John P. 

Horse-shoe Robinson. 

Rob of the Bowl. 

Swallow Barn. 
Kennedy, Sarah B. 

Wooing of Judith. 
Kent, Elizabeth. 

House opposite. 
Kent, James. 

Johnson Manor. 
Kent Hampden. Davis. 
Kenton, Edna. 

What manner of man. 

Kentons. Howells. 

Kentuckians. Fox. 

Kentucky cardinal. Allen. 

Kentucky colonel. Read. 

Kept in the dark. Trollope. 

Kercheval, George T. 

Lorin Mooruck, and other Indian stories. 

K39I 
Kemahan, Coulson. 

Captain Shannon. K39.22C 

Keater, Vanghan. 

Manager of the B. & A. K42.42m 

Key of paradise. Pickering. P596k 

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Khaled. Crawford. C899kh 

Kidnapped. Stevenson. S848k 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.5 

Selland, Alexander L. 

Elsie. K45e 

Carman and Worse. K45g 

Professor Lovdahl. K45P 

Skipper Worse. K45S 

Tales of two countries. K45t 

Kildare« Owen. 
Good of the wicked, and Party sketches. 

K47go 
Kilmeny. Black. B627k 

Kim. Kipling. K57k 

Kimball, Richard B. 

Prince of Kashna. K48P 

Students abroad. K48S 

Kin-da-shon's wife. Willard. W689k 

King, Mrs. Anna E. 
Brown's Retreat, and other stories. Ksib 

Kitwyk stories. Ksik 

King, Basil. 

In the garden of Charity. K5i.33in 



Let not man put asunder. 


K51.33I 


Steps of honor. 


K51.33S 


King, Charles. 




Apache princess. 


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Army wife. 


K52ar 


Between the lines. 


Ks2b 


Cadet days. 


Ks2c 


Captain Blake. 


Ks2csl 



Captain Close, and Sergeant Croesus. 

K52cap 
Colonel's daughter. K52C0I 

Comrades in arms. K52com 

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Deserter, and From the ranks. K52de 
Foes in ambush. K52f 
Garrison tangle. K52g 
General's double. K52ge 
In spite of foes. K52in 
Iron brigade. K52ir 
Kitty's conquest K52k 
Knight of Columbia. K52kn 
Laramie. K52I 
Marion's faith; sequel to Colonel's daugh- 
ter. K52m 

Norman Holt. K52n 

Ray's daughter. K52r 

Soldier's secret, and Army Portia. K52S 
Starlight Ranch, and other stories of 
army life on the frontier. K52st 

Story of Fort Frayne. KS2sto 

Sunset Pass. K52SU 

Trooper Galahad. K52tr 

Trooper Ross, and Signal Butte. K52tro 
Trumpeter Fred, Ks2trv 

Two soldiers, and Dunraven Ranch. ] 

K5^7l 
Under fire. K08I 

War-time wooing. K669I 

Waring's peril. K.'97il 

Warrior gap. K.O47I 

Wounded name. Bi622l 

King, Charles, ed. J55l 

Colonel's Christmas dinner, an^- C363I 

stories. '^^V- 

Initial experience, and other ^^1^3. 44l 

B554I 

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King, Edward. 




Westward ho! 


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Golden spike. 


KS2.33g 


Yeast. 


Kssy 


Joseph Zalmonah. 


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Kingsley, Mrs. Florence M. 




King, Grace. 




Paul, a herald of the cross. 


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Balcony stories. 


KS3b 


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Monsieur Motte; [stories.] 


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Stephen, a soldier of the cross. 


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Tales of a time and place. 


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Titus, a comrade of the cross. 


K55.22t 


King, Maude E. 




Transfiguration of Miss Philura. 


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Bread and wine. 


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King and a few dukes. Chambers 


. C445k 


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Harveys. 


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Hillyars and the Burtons. 


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Roberts. 


R647k 


Leighton Court. 


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King Candaules. Gautier. 


in G277f 


Ravenshoe. 


K56r 


King in yellow. Chambers. 


C445ki 


Recollections of Geoffry Hamly 


n. K56re 


King Lear of the Steppes. Turg 


enieff. 


Reginald Hetherege. 


K56reg 


in 


T936rud 


Silcote of Silcotes. 


K56S 


King Noanett. Stimson. 


S8s9k 


Valentin. 


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King of Folly Island, and other people. 


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Jewett. 


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Walda. 


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. 


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"Captains courageous." 


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King or knave, which wins? Johnson. 


Courting of Dinah Shadd. 


K57CO 




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Kim. 


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Kdg's mirror. Hope. 


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A636k 
H79ik 


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Naulahka. 


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's stockbroker. Gunter. 


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Kathar 


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Kirk, Mrs. Ellen W. O. 




Katharin Charles. 




Apology of Ayliffe. 


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Katharine''^^^' tailor and poet 


K55a 


Better times; [stories.] 


Kspb 


Katharine » *^^ ^a^«- 


K55h 


Daughter of Eve. 


KS9d 


Katherii\e I 


Ksshy 


Good-bye, proud world. 


Kspgo 


Katia. Tols*«^- 


K55t 


Lesson in love. 


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Kirk, Mrs. EUcn W. O. 
Midsummer madness. KsQm 

Our Lady Vanity. K590 

Queen money. Ksgq 

Remedy for love. Ksgr 

Revolt of a daughter. Kspre 

Revolutionary love-story, and High 
steeple of St. Chrysostom's. Ksprev 
Sons and daughters. K59S 

Story of Lawrence Garthe. KSQst 

Story of Margaret Kent. Ksgsto 

Walford. K59W 

Kirke, Edmund, pseud. 

On the border. K61 o 

Kirkland, Mrs. Caroline M. 
Forest life. 2v. K62.22f 

New home, who'll follow? K62.22n 

Kirkland, Joseph. 
Captain of Company K. K62.33C 

McVeys. K62.33m 

Zury. K62.33Z 

Kirschner, Lola. See Schubin, Ossip. 
Kismet. Fleming. F597k 

Kit. Payn. P345k 

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Paoli, the last of the missionaries. 

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L776k 
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R699k 
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Signora, a child of the opera house. 

K75si 



Koemer, Herman T. 

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Krasxewski, Joseph I. 

lermola. K92i 

Jew. K92J 

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Labor. Zola. Z861 

Laboulaye, Edouard R. L. 

Abdallah. Li24a 

La Br^te, Jean de. 

My uncle and my cure. Li26m 

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Lad of the O'Friel's. MacManus M167.32I 
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Ladder of life. Edwards. E25I 

Ladder of swords. Parker. P239I 

Laddie. [Whitaker.] in W577m 

Ladies' gallery. McCarthy and Praed. 

M 123. Ill 

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M123.44I 
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Lady of the ice. De Mille. D379I 

Lady of the regency. Rawson. R262I 

Lady or the tiger? and other stories. 

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Lady Penelope. Roberts. R647I 

Lady Rose's daughter. Ward. W261I 

Lady with the rubies. Marlitt. M348I 

Lady's walk. Oliphant. 047la 
Lafayette, Marie M. P. de L., comtesse de. 

Princess of Cleves. 2v. Li6ip 
Laffan, May. 

Flitters, Tatters and the Counsellor, and 

other sketches. Li63f 

Hogan, M. P. Li63h 

Honorable Miss Fcrrard. Li63ho 

Ismay's children. Li63i 

Lafitte of Louisiana. Devereux, D491I 
Lagerldf, Selma. 

From a Swedish homestead; [stories.] 

Li74t 

Invisible links; [stories.] Li74i 

Miracles of Antichrist. Li74ni 

Story of Gosta Berling. Li74s 

Laing, SamueL 

Sporting Quixote. L187S 

Laird's luck, and other fireside tales. 
Couch. C853I 

Lajla. Friis. F913I 

Lai. Hammond. H228I 

La Marchesa, and other tales. Heyse. 

H62im 

Lamartine, Alphonse M. L. de. 

Graziella. L2i7g 

Raphael. L2i7r 

La Motte, Fouqu6, Friedrich ix. K., baron 
de. 

Magic ring. L235m 

Minstrel love. L235mi 

Romantic fiction; [stories.] L235r 

Thiodolf the Icelander. L235t 

Undine, and other tales. L235U 

Lamplighter. Cummins. C971I 

Lancashire witches. Ainsworth. A297I 

Lancaster, Albert E. 

"All's dross but love." L244a 

Lances of Lynwood. Yonge. Ys61a 

"Land o' the leal." Mathers. M427I 

Land of Cockayne. Serao. S481I 

Land of joy. Barbour. B239.22I 

Land d the sun. Reid. R353I 



Lander, Harry. 

Lucky Bargee. L255I 

Landlord at Lion's Head. Howells. 

H859la 
Landolin. Auerbach. A917I 

Lane, Mrs. Anna E. K. See King, Mrs. 

Anna E. 
Lane, Elinor M. 

Nancy Stair. L265n 

Lane that had no turning, and other tales. 

Parker. P239la 

Laneton parsonage. Sewell. S515I 

Lang, Andrew. 

Disentanglers. L269di 

In the wrong paradise, and other stories. 

L269i 

Mark of Cain. L269m 

Monk of Fife. L269mo 

Lang, Andrew, and Sylvester, Paul, tr. 

Dead leman, and other tales from the 

French. G277 . 22d 

Lang, Andrew, joint author. See Haggard, 

H. Rider. 
Lang, Andrew, joint author. See Mason, 

Alfred E. W. 
Lanier, Henry W. 

Romance of Piscator. L288ro 

Laodicean. Hardy. H272I 

Lapsed but not lost. Charles. C47SI 

Laramie. King. K52I 

Lamed, Walter C. 

Arnaud's masterpiece. L326a 

Rembrandt. L326r 

La Rochelle. Wilson, W746.22I 

L'Arrabiata and other tales. Heyse. H621I 
Last assembly ball. Foote. F689I 

Last chronicle of Barset. Trollope. T847la 
Last confession. Caine. C135I 

Last days of a condemned. Hugo. 

in H895b 

Last days of Pompeii. Lytton. L998I 

Last hope. Merriman. M571I 

Last incarnation of Vautrin. Balzac. 

in Bi98fe 

Last lady of Mulberry. Thomas. T457I 
Last meeting. Matthews. M439I 

Last of the Aldinis. Sand, in 843.82m v.7-8 
Last of the barons. Lyttoa L9981a 

Last of the fairies. James. J26I 

Last of the Knickerbockers. Viele. V6S9I 
Last of the Macallisters. Barr. B267I 



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Kennedy, John P. 

Horse-shoe Robinson. 

Rob of the Bowl. 

Swallow Barn. 
Kennedy, Sarah B. 

Wooing of Judith. 
Kent, Elizabeth. 

House opposite. 
Kent, James. 

Johnson Manor. 
Kent Hampden. Davis. 
Kenton, Edna. 

What manner of man. 

Kentons. Howells. 
Kentuckians. Fox. 
Kentucky cardinal. Allen. 
Kentucky colonel. Read. 
Kept in the dark. Trollope. 
Kercheval, George T. 
Lorin Mooruck, and other Indian stories. 

K39I 
Kemahan, Coulson. 

Captain Shannon. K39.22C 

Keater, Vanghan. 

Manager of the B. & A. K42.42m 

Key of paradise. Pickering. P596k 

Key of the Holy House. Lee. L476k 

Khaled. Crawford. CSgpkh 

Kidnapped. Stevenson. S848k 

Same. in 836.89 S848 v.5 

Celland, Alexander L. 

Elsie. K45e 

Carman and Worse. K45g 

Professor LovdahL K45P 

Skipper Worse. K4SS 

Tales of two countries. K45t 

Kildare« Owen. 

Good of the wicked, and Party sketches. 

K47go 
Kilmeny. Black. B627k 

Kim. Kipling. K57k 

Kimball, Richard B. 

Prince of Kashna. Kjfip 

Students abroad. K48S 

Kin-da-shon's wife. Willard. W689k 

King, Mrs. Anna B. 
Brown's Retreat, and other stories. Ksib 

Kitwyk stories. Ksik 

King, BasiL 

In the garden of Charity. K5i.33in 



Let not man put asunder. 


K51.33I 


Steps of honor. 


K51.33S 


King, Charles. 




Apache princess. 


K52ap 


Army wife. 


Ks2ar 


Between the lines. 


K52b 


Cadet days. 


K52C 


Captain Blake. 


K52ci 



Captain Close, and Sergeant Croesus. 

K52cap 
Colonel's daughter. K52C0I 

Comrades in arms. K52com 

Conquering corps badge, and other stor- 
ies of the Philippines. K52com 

Daughter of the Sioux. K52da 
Deserter, and From the ranks. K52de 
Foes in ambush. K52f 
Garrison tangle. K52g 
General's double. K52ge 
In spite of foes. K52in 
Iron brigade. K52ir 
Kitty's conquest. K52k 
Knight of Columbia. K52kn 
Laramie. K52I 
Marion's faith; sequel to Colonel's daugh- 
ter. K52m 

Norman Holt. K52n 

Ray's daughter. K52r 

Soldier's secret, and Army Portia. K52S 
Starlight Ranch, and other stories of 
army life on the frontier. K52st 

Story of Fort Frayne. K52sto 

Sunset Pass. K52SU 

Trooper Galahad. K52tr 

Trooper Ross, and Signal Butte. K52tro 
Trumpeter Fred. Ks2tni 

Two soldiers, and Dunraven Ranch. ;\ 

K5?47l 
Under fire. I&08I 

War-time wooing. K669I 

Waring's peril. K,097il 

Warrior gap. Kr047l 

Wounded name. IH622I 

King, Charles, ed. Jssl 

Colonel's Christmas dinner, an^- C363I 
stories. ^hy. 

Initial experience, and other ^^'^3.441 

BS54I 

[King, Clarence.] ^964! 

Democracy. '^^^^- H859I 

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Journey to the centre of the earth, 


. Verne. 


Kattch, Adolphe E. 






V531J 


Under the stork's nest 


K19U 


Journey's end. Forman. 


F724J0 


Katy of Catoctin. Townsend. 


T748.22k 


Joy of Captain Ribot. Valdes. 


V14SJ0 


Kauffman, Reginald W. 




Joyous heart. Roseboro. 


R798J0 


Things that are Caesar's. 


K2ith 


Juana. Balzac. 


B198JU 


Kavanagh, Julia. 




Jucklins. Read. 


R284JU 


Beatrice. 


K22b 


Judd, Sylvester. 




Bessie. 


K22be 


Margaret. 


J92m 


Daisy Burns. 


K22d 


Richard Edney and the governor 


's family. 


Dora. 


K22do 




J92r 


Grace Lee. 


K22g 


Judgment. Brown. 


B87SJU 


John Dorrien. 


K22J 


Judgment books. Benson. 


B47SJ 


Madeleine. 


K22m 


Judith. Harland. 


H283JU 


Nathalie. 


K22n 


Judith of the plains. Manning. 


M284JU 


Queen Mab. 


K22q 


Judith Shakespeare. Black. 


B627J 


Rachel Gray. 


K22r 


Juggernaut. Eggleston and Bacon. 


Silvia. 


K22S 




E31.11J 


Sybil's second love. 


K22sy 


Juggler. Craddock. 


C884J 


Kavanagh. Longfellow. 


in L8S3h 


Julctty. McElroy. 


M141J 


Keary, Annie. 




Julia. Tynan. 


T987JU 


Castle Daly. 


K24C 


Julia de Roubign6. Mackenzie. 




Clemency Franklyn. 


K24CI 


in823.65 wv. 3 


Doubting heart. 


K24d 


Julian. Ware. 


W273J 


Janet's home. 


K24J 


Junckcr, B., pseud. 




Oldbury. 

York and Lancaster rose. 


K240 
K24y 


Margarethe. 


j9Sm 


Keats, Gwendoline. See Zack. 


^m 


Jungle book. Kipling. 


KS7J 


Keaya, H. A. MitrhHl 




Jupiter Lights. Woolson. 


W916J 


He that eateth bread with me. 


K2<;h 


Jupiter's daughters. Jenkin. 


J51J 


•* 

Keddie, Henrietta. See Tytler, Sarah. 


Justification of Andrew Lebrun. Barrett. 


Keenan, Henry F. 






D^/3J 


Iron game. 


K26i 


Justin Wingate, ranchman. Whitson. 


Money«makers. 


Ka6m 




W624JU 


Trajan. 


K26t 


Kafir stories. Scully. 


S437k 


Keightley, Samuel R. 




Kaloolah. Mayo. 


M473k 


Crimson sign. 


K27cr 


Kamehameha. Newell. 


NS44k 


Last recruit of Clare's; [stories.] K27I 


Karl of Erbach. Bailey. 


BiS4k 


Silver cross. 


K27S 


Karma. Sinnett. 


S6i8k 


Keith, Alyn Y., pseud. 




Kate Bonnet. Stockton. 


S866k 


Hilltop summer. 


K28h 


Kate Carnegie. Watson. 


W339k 


Kclea the surf-iider. Twombly. 


T976k 


Kate Coventry. Melville. 


MS3ik 


Kelly, Myra. 




Kate of Kate Hall. Fowler and Felkin. 


Little citizens; [stories.] 


K29li 


« 


F78s.22k 


Kemble, Frances A. 




Katerfelto. Melville. 


Ms3ika 


Far away and long ago. 


K32f 


Katharine Frensham. Harraden. 


H296k 


Kempster, Aquila. 




Katharine Lauderdale. Crawford. 


C899k 


Mark. 


K33m 


Katharine. North. Pool. 


P82ik 


Kempton-Wace letters. [London and 


Katharine Walton. Simms. 


S594k 


Strunsky.] 


Ii{47-22k 


Kathcrine Day. Fuller. 


F965k 


Kenelm Chillingly. Lytton. 


L998k 


Katia. Tolstoi. 


T6s4k 


Kenilworth. Scott. 


S43ik 



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K34h 
K34r 
K34S 

K35WO 
K37h 

K37.22J 
D263.22k 

K38wh 

H8s9k 
F792k 
A427k 
R284ke 
T847k 



Kennedy, John P. 

Horse-shoe Robinson. 

Rob of the Bowl. 

Swallow Barn. 
Kennedy, Sarah B. 

Wooing of Judith. 
Kent, Elizabeth. 

House opposite. 
Kent, James. 

Johnson Manor. 
Kent Hampden. Davis. 
Kenton, Edna. 

What manner of man. 

Kentons. Howells. 

Kentuckians. Fox. 

Kentucky cardinal. Allen. 

Kentucky colonel. Read. 

Kept in the dark. Trollope. 

Kercheval, George T. 

Lorin Mooruck, and other Indian stories. 

K39I 
Kemahan, Coulson. 

Captain Shannon. K39.22C 

Keater, Vanghan. 

Manager of the B. & A. K42.42m 

Key of paradise. Pickering. P596k 

Key of the Holy House. Lee. L476k 

Khaled. Crawford. CSgpkh 

Kidnapped. Stevenson. S848k 

Same. in 826.89 S848 v.5 

Kielland, Alexander L. 

Elsie. K45e 

Carman and Worse. K45g 

Professor Lovdahl. K45P 

Skipper Worse. K45S 

Tales of two countries. K45t 

B31dare« Owen. 

Good of the wicked, and Party sketches. 

K47go 
Kilmeny. Black. B627k 

Kim. Kipling. K57k 

Kimball, Richard B. 

Prince of Kashna. Kjfip 

Students abroad. K48S 

Kin-da-shon's wife. Willard. W689k 

Cng, Mrs. Anna E. 

Brown's Retreat, and other stories. Ksib 
Kitwyk stories. Ksik 

King, BasiL 
In the garden of Charity. Ksi.aain 



Let not man put asunder. 


K51.33I 


Steps of honor. 


K51.33S 


King, Charles. 




Apache princess. 


K52ap 


Army wife. 


K52ar 


Between the lines. 


Ks2b 


Cadet days. 


K52C 


Captain Blake. 


K52ci 



Captain Close, and Sergeant Croesus. 

K52cap 
Coloners daughter. K52C0I 

Comrades in arms. K52com 

Conquering corps badge, and other stor- 
ies of the Philippines. K52com 

Daughter of the Sioux. K52da 
Deserter, and From the ranks. K52de 
Foes in ambush. K52f 
Garrison tangle. K52g 
General's double. K52ge 
In spite of foes. K52in 
Iron brigade. K52ir 
Kitty's conquest. K52k 
Knight of Columbia. K52kn 
Laramie. K52I 
Marion's faith; sequel to Colonel's daugh- 
ter. K52m 

Norman Holt. K52n 

Ray's daughter. K52r 

Soldier's secret, and Army Portia. K52S 
Starlight Ranch, and other stories of 
army life on the frontier. K52st 

Story of Fort Frayne. K52sto 

Sunset Pass. K52SU 

Trooper Galahad. K52tr 

Trooper Ross, and Signal Butte. K52tro 
Trumpeter Fred. K52tru 

Two soldiers, and Dunraven Ranch. I 

K52»7l 
Under fire. K08I 

War-time wooing. K^^^ 

Waring's peril. K.i^7il 

Warrior gap. Kr^47l 

Wounded name. 1H622I 

King, Charles, ed. J^^^ 

Colonel's Christmas dinner, an^* ^^^^^ 

stories. •"^• 

M123.44I 

B554I 

B964I 

H859I 

J17I 



Initial experience, and other 



[King, Clarence.] 
Democracy. 



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Little garrison. Bilse. B611I 

Little Good-for-nothing. Daudct. D2381i 
Little green god. Mason. M398.33li 

Little hills. Banks. B2i8Ii 

Little Hodge. Jenkins. J52I 

Little Hugenot Pemberton. P395li 

Little Joan. Winter. WySsli 

Little Johannes. Van Eeden. V252li 

Little journey in the world. Warner. 

W28ili 
Little minister. Barrie. B275I 

Little minx. Cambridge. C177I 

Little Miss Muffet. Carey. C275I 

Little Mr. Bouncer and his friend Verdant 
Green. Bede. B411I 

Little Mr. Thimblefinger. Harris. H314I 
Little moorland princess. Marlitt. M3481i 
Little Norsk. Garland. G233li 

Little novels of Italy. Hewlett. H6i2li 
Little parish church. Daudet. 

in r843,88wv.7 
Little Renault. Catherwood. in C363SP 

Little schoolmaster Mark. Shorthouse. 

S559I 
Little shepherd of Kingdom Come. Fox. 

F792li 
Little sister to the wilderness. Bell. B434I 
Little step-daughter. Roberts. R6461i 

Little stories. Mitchell. M682I 

Little stories of courtship. Cutting. C991I 
Little stories of married life. Cutting. 

Cpgili 
Little tragedy at Tien-Tsin. Mathews. 

M429li 
Little Tu'penny. Gould. G698I 

Little upstart. Rideing. R543I 

Little Venice, and other stories. Litchfield. 

L776I 
Little What*s-his-name. Daudet. 

in r843.88wv.S 
Little White Bird. Barrie. B275li 

Little wizard. Weyman. WS49li 

Live it down. Jefferson. J42.22I 

Living Buddha. Horniman. H8i7li 

Living epitaph. Colmore. C716I 

Living link. De Mille. D379liv 

Liza. Turgenieff. T936h 

Lizzie Leigh, and other tales. Gaskell. 

G248I 

Lloyd, Beatrix D. 

Pastime of eternity. L789P 



L792ct 
L792re 
L792st 
L792W 

L792.33S 
F278I 

L797a 
C938I0 

L8i4d 
L8i4p 

L8i5i 
L81SW 

T471I 



Lloyd, John U. 

Etidorhpa. 

Red Head. 

Stringtown on the pike. 

Warwick of the Knob. 
Lloyd, Nelson. 

Soldier of the valley. 
Loaded dice. Fawcett. 
Lobcira, Vasco. 

Amadis of Gaul. 
Lochinvar. Crockett. 
Locke, David R. 

Demagogue. 

Paper city. 
Locke, William J. 

Idols. 

Where love is. 
Locke Amsden. Thompson. 
Lockhart John G. 

Reginald Dalton. L8i6r 

Some passages in the life of Mr. Adam 
Blair, and History of Matthew Wald. 

L8i6s 

Valerius. L8i6v 

Log of a cowboy. Adams. A211I0 

Logic Town. Tytler. T997I 

Lois the witch, and other tales. Gaskell. 

G248I0 
London, Jack. 

Call of the wild. L847C 

Children of the frost; [stories.] L847ch 

Daughter of the snows. L847da 

Faith of men and other stories. L847f 

Game. L847g 

God of his fathers, and other stories. 

L847go 

Sea-wolf. L847se 

Son of the wolf; [stories.] L847SO 

[London, Jack, and Strunsky, Anna.] 

Kempton-Wacc letters. L847.22k 

London idylls. Dawson. D272I 

London life. James. J27I0 

London romance. Ross. R822I 

Londoners. Hichens. H626I 

London's heart. Far j eon. F229I 

Lone house. Barr. B267I0 

Lone Pine. Townshend. T7S4I 

Long, John L. 

Madame Butterfly; [stories.] L848m 

Miss Cherry-blossom of Tokyo. L848mi 

Naughty Nan. L848n 



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Long, John L. 

Prince of illusion, [and other stories.] 

L848pr 

Sixty Jane; [stories.] L848S 

Long, Lily A. 

Apprentices to destiny. L848.22a 

Squire of low degree. L848.22S 

Long exile, and other stories. Tolstoi. 

in T6S4I0 
Same. in 944.05 T654P 

Long look ahead. Roe. R698I0 

Long night Weyman. W549I0 

Long straight road. Horton. H823I0 

Long vacation. Yonge. Y56I0 

Long Will. Converse. C766I 

Longard de Longgarde, Mme. Dorothea G. 
See Gerard, Dorothea. 

Longfellow, Henry W. 

Hyperion and Kavanagh. L853h 

Longstreet, Augustus B. 

Georgia scenes; [stories.] L857g 

Look before you leap. Alexander. A374I 
Looking backward, 2000-1887. Bellamy. 

B436I 
Loom of life. Goss. G677I0 

LoomiSy Charles B. 

Cheerful Americans. L863C 

More cheerful Americans. L863m 

Lora, the major's daughter. Heimburg. 

H467I 
Lord Alingham, bankrupt. Manning. 

M284I 
Lord and Lady Piccadilly. Desart. D441I 
Lord Beaupre. James. in J27pri 

Lord Jim. Conrad. C754I 

Lord Kilgobbin. Lever. L658I 

Lord Leonard the luckless. Norris. N861I0 
Lord Mayor of London. Ainsworth. 

A297I0 

Lord Ormont and his Aminta. Meredith. 

M559I 
Lord Protector. Yeats. Y41I0 

Lords of the North. Laut. L389I 

Lorenzo Benoni. Ruffini. R923I0 

Lorimer, George C. 

Master of millions. L87im 

Lorimer, Norma. 

By the waters of Sicily. L872b 

Lorin Mooruck, and other Indian stories. 

Kercheval. K39I 

Lorna Doone. Blackmore. B629I 



Lorraine. Chambers. 
Lost continent. Hyne. 
Lost endeavor. Boothby. 
Lost illusions. Balzac. 
Lost Man's Lane. Green. 
Lost manuscript. Freytag. 
Lost name. Dahlgren. 
Lost provinces. Tracy. 
Lost silver of Briffault. Barr. 
Lost Stradivarius. Falkner. 
Lost word. Van Dyke. 
Lot 13. Gerard. 
Lothair. Beaconsfield. 



C445I0 

H997I 
B726I 

Bi981i 

G795I0 

F89SI 

D128I0 

T761I 

B267I0S 

F193I 
V248I 

G356I 

B364I 



Same. in r823.86w v.17-18 

Lothrop, Mrs. Harriet M. S. See Sidney, 
Margaret. 

Loti, Pierre, pseud. 

Child's romance. L883C 

Iceland fisherman. L883i 

Jean Berny, sailor. L883J 

Madame Chrysantheme. L883m 

Phantom from the East. L883P 

Ramuntcho. L883r 

Rarahu. L883ra 

Romance of a Spahi. L883ro 

Loughead, Mrs. Flora H. 

Abandoned claim. L887a 

Black curtain. L887b 

Man who was guilty. L887m 

Louis Lambert. Balzac. B198I0U 

Louisa of Prussia and her times. Miihl- 
bach. M952I 

Louisa Pallant. James. in J27as 

Louise de la Valliere. Dumas. D8861 

Louisiana. Burnett. B964I0 

Lourdes. Zola. Z86I0 

Love affairs of an old maid. Bell. B434I0 
Love among the lions. Anstey. A625I0 
Love and honour. Carr. C312I 

Love and life. Yonge. Y56I0V 

Love and luck. Roosevelt. R779I 

"Love and quiet life." Raymond. R273I 
Love and rocks. Richards. R517I0 

Love and the soul hunters. Hobbes. 

H682I0 

Love and theology. Woolley. W9i3r 

Love for an hour is love for ever. Barr. 

B267I0V 
Love idylls. Crockett. C938I0V 

Love in a cloud. Bates. B328I0 

Love in chief. Weekes. W395I 



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Love in idleness. Crawford. C899I0 

Love in old cloathes, and other stories. 

Bunner. B942I 

Love in the nineteenth century. Preston. 

P938I 
Love-letters of a worldly woman. Clifford. 

C638I0 
Love-letters of the king. Le Gallienne. 

L496I0 
Love me little, love me long. Reade. 

R285I 

Love never faileth. Simpson. S613I 

Love of Landry. Dunbar. D899I0 

Love of Monsieur. Gibbs. G442I0 

Love of Parson Lord, and other stories. 

Wilkins. W684I0 

Love — or a name. Hawthorne. H398I 

Love story of Abner Stone. Litsey. L777I 

Love-story masterpieces. Lyon. Z501I 

Love the harvester. Pemberton. P395I0 

Love thrives in war. Crowley. C953I0 

Love with honour. Marriott. M359I0 

Lovel the widower. Thackeray. in T363d 

Loveliness. Phelps. P538I0 

Lovely Wang. Wingfield. W771I 

Lover, Samuel. 

Handy Andy. Lgiih 

Legends and stories of Ireland. L911I 

Rory O'Moore. Lgiir 

Treasure trove. LQiit 

Lover from across the sea. Werner. W492I 

Lover of the truth. White. W584I0 

Lovers of the woods. Boardman. B662I 

Lover's revolt. De Forest. D315I 

Lovers* Saint Ruth's, and three other 

tales. Guiney. G964I 

Love's cross-currents. Swinburne. S978I0 

Love's martyr. Alma-Tadema. A443I 

Loves of Miss Anne. Crockett. C9381ove 

Loves of the Lady Arabella. Seawell. 

S442I0 
Lovely Mary. Rice. R495I0 

Lowell, John P. 

Two boys. L9i6t 

Lowell, Robert T. S. 

Antony Brade. L9i8a 

Story of the new priest in Conception 

Bay. L918S 

Story of two from an old Dutch town. 

I,9i8st 
Loyal traitor. Barnes. B261I 

Loyalty George. Parr. P259I 



Luboff Archipovna. Kokhanovsky. in K79r 

Lucia, her problem. Douglas. D733I 
Lucia, Hugh and another. Needell. N374I 

Lucien de Rubempre. Balzac. B198IU 
Luck of Roaring Camp, and other stories. 

Harte. H327I 

Luck of the Darrells. Payn. P345lu 

Lucky Bargee. Lander. L2ssl 

Lucky lover. Habberton. H113I 

Lucretia. Lytton. L998IU 
Lucy, Henry W. 

Gideon Fleyce. L943K 
Lucy Howard's journal. Sigourney. Ss79l 
Ludlow, James M. 

Captain of the Janizaries. L945C 

Deborah. L945d 

King of Tyre. L945k 
Ludlum, Jean K. 

At Brown's. L946a 

Barclay's daughter. L946b 
Luke Delmege. Sheehan. S541.22I 

Lumen. Flammarion. F581I 
Lummis. Charles F. 

Enchanted burro; [stories.] L957e 

Goldfish of Gran Chimu. L957g 
Lush, Charles K. 

Autocrats. L969a 

Federal judge. L969f 
Luska, Sidney, pseud. See Harland, Henry. 
Lust, Adelina C. 

Tent of grace. L97it 

Lutaniste of St. Jacobi's. Drew. D776I 

Luther, Mark L. 

Henchman. L972he 

Mastery. L972m 

Luttrell of Arran. Lever. L658IU 

Lux crucis. Gardenhire. G219I 

Lyall, Edna, pseud. 

Donovan. L98id 

Doreen. L98ido 

Hardy Norseman. L98ih 

Hinderers. L98ihi 

Hope the hermit. L98iho 

In spite of all. L98ii 

In the golden days. L98iin 

Knight-errant. L98ik 

To right the wrong. L98it 

We two. L981W 

Won by waiting. L981WO 

Lychgate Hall. Francis. F8i9ly 

Ljnnan, Olin L. 

Trail of the grand seigneur. L986tr 



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Eelr^. 




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Mascir :f A^cC«ry 




l.g»5m ■ 

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Ljr It .. i> *«*r^ TTze. ^c z^as. 


i>ri3iT : 


Ltob. Ralph A^ ritnr- 




1 

1 

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LiTt-i-iry =x=terp:eots. 




Z501I ' 


Lttc iri L2j=oft_ An^iej. 




.\6j5Iy 


LyM£hi . Skfarf R. 




! 


M^-::-^ 




L993ni 


Lt^'-<:2:. Ha^gari- 




Hi45ly 


Ljttle Salszi xzaide. Mackie. 


Mi58y 

■ 


Ljttoa* Edward G. Ew Ia, 


ist baron. 


Al:r«; s^c-el to Ernest 


Mai: 


ravers. 

LogSa 


Caxtc-i> 




L998C 


C^sdn^ race Falkland, ! 


Zicci, 


and Pan- 


aanias the Spart9XL 




L998CO 


Drvcreax. 




1.91^^ 


Disotkncd- 




LogRdi 


Emest Maltrarcrs. 




LggSe 


Eugene Aram. 




LooBeu 


Code Iphin. 




LggSg 


Harold- 




L998h 


Kenelm CThillingly. 




LggSk 


Last days of Pompeii. 




L998I 


Last of the barons. 




L9981a 


Lelia, C^Ideron the courtier. 


and Pil- 


grims of the Rhine. 




L99^U 


Lucretia. 




I<9981u 


My noTcL 




LggBm 


Night and morning. 




L998n 


Parisians. 




L998P 


Paul CliflFord. 




LggSpa 


Pelham. 




LggSpe 


Rienzi. 




L998r 


Strange story, and Haunted 


and the 


haunters. 




L998S 


What will he do with it? 




LqqSw 


Zanoni. 




L998Z 


Lytton, Edward R. L^ zst 


earl 


of. 


Ring of Amasis. 




L999r 


Maartena, Maarten, pseud. 






Dorothea. 




Miiid 


God's fool. 




Miiig 


Greater glory. 




Miiigr 


Her memory. 




Miiih 


Joost Avelingh. 




Mmj 


My Lady Nobody. 




Miiim 


My poor relations; [stories.] 


Mi limy 



Old maid*s lore. Mllio 

Some women I hare known: [stories.] 

Mills 
Mabel Stanhope O'Meara. 055«» 

Mabel Vaughan. Cummins^ Coritn 

pseud. See MacN&anuSy Seumas^ 



Mii4m 



Man's conscience. 
McAnlay» AHaii. 

Rhymer. 
McCaD, Sidncj. 

Truth Dexter. 
McCar^, JnstiiL 

Camiola. 

Comet of a season^ 

Dear Lady Disdain. 

Dictator. 

Donna Quixote. 

Fair Saxon. 

Maid of Athens. 

Miss Misanthrope. 

Mononia. 

Paul Massie. 

Red diamonds. 

Waterdale neighbours. 
McCarthy, Justin, and Praed* Mn. Roaa C 
M. P. Campbell— w 

Ladies' gallery. 

"Right honourable," 
McCarthy, Jnstiii H. 

Doom! 

Dryad. 

If I were king. 

Lady of Loyalty House. 

Marjorie. 

Proud prince. 
McChesney, Dora O. 

Cornet Strong of Ireton*s Horse. Miasco 

Rupert, by the grace of God. Miasr 

McClelland, Ella O. 

Daughter of two nations. 

McClelland, Margaret G. 
Jean Monteith. 
Manitou Island. 
Oblivion. 
Princess. 
St. John's wooing. 

McClure's, Stories from. 
McClure's. 

McClure's, Tales from. 
McClure's. 



Mutt 

Mi<i^r 

Miajc 
MiJ^cv* 

Mii^d 

MiJ^do 

MiJ3f 
MiJ^m 

MiJjmt 

Mi23mo 

Mi23p 

Mwjr 

M123W 



M123.11I 
M1J3 iir 

Mi23.44do 
Mia3.44dr 

Mia3.44if 
Mia3.44l 

Mia3.44ni 
Mia3.44pr 



Mias.aad 



M126J 

Mia6m 

M1260 

Mia6p 

M126S 

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McCutchcon, George B. 
Beverly of Graustark. Mi33be 

Brewster's millions. Mi33br 

Castle Craneycrow. M133C 

Day of the dog. Mi33d 

Graustark. Mi33g 

Purple parasol. Mi33pu 

Sherrods. Mi33sh 

Macdonald, George. 
Adela Cathcart. Mi35a 

Alec Forbes of Howglen. Mi35al 

Annals of a quiet neighborhood. Mi35an 
David Elginbrod. Mi35d 

Donal Grant; sequel to Sir Gibbie. 

Mi35do 
Elect lady. Mi35e 

Guild Court. Mi35g 

Heather and snow. Mi35h 

Home again, and Flight of the shadow. 

Mi35ho 
Lilith. MT35I 

Malcolm. Mi35m 

Marquis of Lossie; sequel to Malcolm. 

Mi35ma 

Mary Marston. Mi35mar 

Paul Faber, surgeon. M135P 

Phantastes, and Portent. Mi35ph 

Robert Falconer. Mi35r 

St. George and St. Michael. M135S 

Salted with fire. Mi35sa 

Seaboard parish; sequel to Annals of a 

quiet neighborhood. Mi35se 

Sir Gibbie. Mi35si 

There and back. Mi35t 

Thomas Wingfold, curate. Mi 35th 

Vicar's daughter; sequel to Seaboard 

parish. M135V 

Warlock o' Glenwarlock. M135W 

What's mine's mine. Mi35wh 

Wilfrid Cumbermede. Mi35wi 

Macdonald, Ronald. 

God save the king. Mi35.4ig 

Sword of the king, M 135. 41s 

MacDowell, Mrs. Katherine S. B. See 

Bonner, Sherwood. 
McElroy, Lucy C. 

Juletty. M14I) 

Mac Fall, Mrs. Frances C. See Grand, 

Mme. Sarah. 
Macfarlane, Charles. 

Camp of refuge. M143C 



McGlasson, Eva W. 

Diana's livery. Mi45d 

Earthly paragon. Mi45e 

Ministers of grace. Mi45m 

MacGowan, Alice. 

Last word. M146I 

MacGowan, Alice, and Cooke, Mrs. Grace 

M. 

Return, M 146. lire 

MacGowan, Alice, joint author. See Cooke, 

Mrs. Grace M. 
MacGrath, Harold. 
Grev cloak. Mi47gr 

Man on the box. Mi47m 

Puppet crown. Mi47p 

Macllwaine, Herbert C. 

Fate the fiddler. Misif 

Mcllwraith, Jean N. 

Curious career of Roderick Campbell. 

M151.11C 
Mcllwraith, Jean N., joint author. See Mc- 
Lennan, William. 
McKay, Frederic E., ed. 

Vignettes, real and ideal. Z6oiv 

Mackay, Mrs. Katherine. 

Stone of destiny. M153S 

Mackay, Minnie. See Corelli, Marie. 
Mackaye, Harold S. 

Panchronicon. M154P 

Mackenzie, Henry. 
Works. 8v. 823. 6sw 

V. 1-2. Man of feeling, and Man of the 

world, 
V. 3. Julia de Roubigne. 
V. 4-6. Papers from the Mirror and 

Papers from the Lounger. 
V. 7. Papers from the Lounger, Life of 
Dr. Blacklock, Life of Lord Aber- 
cromby. Life of William Tytler, and 
Review of the principal proceedings 
of the parliament of 1784. 
v. 8. Poems, and Dramatic pieces. 

Mackie, Pauline B. 

Girl and the kaiser. Mi58gi 

Voice in the desert. M158VO 

Washingtonians. M158W 

Ye lyttle Salem maide. Mi58y 

Mackinac and lake stories. Catherwood. 

C363m 

McKinney, Annie B., joint author. See 
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King of the Town. Mi 59. 22k 

Madaren, Ian, pseud. See Watson, John. 
Maclay, Arthur C. 

Mito Yashiki. Mi63m 

ITLean, Alison. 

Quiet stories from an old woman's gar- 
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McLean, Sarah P. See Greene, Mrs. Sarah 

P. M. 
McLennan, William, and Mcll¥rraith, Jean 
N. 

Span o'life. M 163. 33s 

Madeod, Fiona. 

Dominion of dreams. Mi64.iido 

Green fire. Mi64.iigr 

Mountain lovers. M 164. 11 mo 

Washer of the ford; legendary moralities 
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McLeod, Grace D. 

Stories of the land of Evangeline. 

M 164. 22s 
Madeod, Norman. 

Old lieutenant and his son. M1650 

Reminiscences of a Highland parish. 

Mi6sr 

Starling. M165S 

Macleod of Dare. Black. B627m 

MacMahon, EUa. 

Modern man. M 167.11m 

MacManos, Mrs. Anna. 

In the Celtic past; [stories.] M 167. i sin 
McManus, L. 

Red star. Mi67.22r 

MacManus, Seiimas. 

Bewitched fiddle, and other Irish tales. 

M 167. 32b 

Lad of the O'Friels. M167.32I 

Red Poocher. Mi67.32r 

Through the turf smoke; [stories.] 

Mi67.32t 
Macmillan, Malcolm. 

Dagonet the jester. Mi68d 

Maaiaoid, Mrs. Katherine S. O. 

At the Red Glove. Mi73a 

Beside the river. Mi73b 

Cosette. Mi 73c 

Diane. Mi73d 

Joan Wcntworth. M173J 

Maisie Derrick. Mi 73m 

My story. Mi73my 



Patty. Mi73p 

Pictures across the Channel; [stories.] 

Mi73pi 
Too soon. Mi73t 

McTeague. Norris. NSssm 

McTodd. Hyne. H997m 

McVickar, Henry G., and Collier, Price. 
Parish of two. M176.22P 

Mad Sir Uchtred of the hills. Crockett. 

C938m 
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Madame d'Orgevaut's husband. Rabusson. 

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"Made in France;'' French tales. Bunner. 

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Madigans. Michelson. M624m 

Madness of Philip, and other tales of child- 
hood. Daskam. D229m 
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Madrigal, and other stories. Peard. P359m 
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Magic ring. La Motte Fouqu6. L235m 

Magic skin. Balzac. BigSm 

Magic wheel. Winter. W78sm 

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Juana. Balzac. B198JU 

Jucklins. Read. R284JU 
Judd, Sylvester. 

Margaret. Jp^m 

Richard Edney and the governor's family. 

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Judgement. Brown. B875JU 

Judgment books. Benson. B475J 

Judith. Harland. H2S3JU 

Judith of the plains. Manning. M284JU 

Judith Shakespeare. Black. B627J 

Juggernaut. Eggleston and Bacon. 

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Juggler. Craddock. C884J 

Juletty. McElroy. M141J 

Julia. Tynan. T987JU 

Julia de Roubigne. Mackenzie. 

in823.65 wv. 3 
Julian. Ware. W273J 

Juncker, E., pseud. 

Margarethe. j9Sm 

Jungle book. Kipling. Ks7j 

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Jupiter's daughters. Jenkin. J51J 

Justification of Andrew Lebrun. Barrett. 

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Justin Wingate, ranchman. Whitson. 

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Kavanagh. Longfellow. in L853h 

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Keenan, Henry F. 

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Keith, Alyn Y., pseud. 

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Kelly, Myra. 

Little citizens; [stories.] K29li 

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Far away and long ago. K32f 
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Mark. K33m 
Kempton-Wace letters. [IfOndon and 

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Horse-shoe Robinson. 

Rob of the Bowl. 

Swallow Barn. 
Kennedy, Sarah B. 

Wooing of Judith. 
Kent, Elizabeth. 

House opposite. 
Kent, James. 

Johnson Manor. 
Kent Hampden. Davis. 
Kenton, Edna. 

What manner of man. 

Kentons. Howells. 
Kentuckians. Fox. 
Kentucky cardinal. Allen. 
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Kept in the dark. Trollope. 
Kercheval, George T. 
Lorin Mooruck, and other Indian stories. 

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Kemahan, Coulson. 

Captain Shannon. K39.22C 

Kester, Vanghan. 

Mana£:er of the B. & A. K42.42m 

Key of paradise. Pickering. P596k 

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Khaled. Crawford. CSgpkh 

Kidnapped. Stevenson. S848k 

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Kielland, Alexander L. 

Elsie. K45e 

Carman and Worse. K45g 

Professor Lovdahl. K45P 

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Tales of two countries. K45t 

Kildare« Owen. 
Good of the wicked, and Party sketches. 

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Kim. Kipling. K57k 

Smball, Richard B. 

Prince of Kashna. Kjfip 

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King, Mrs. Anna E. 

Brown's Retreat, and other stories. Ksib 
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King, BasiL 
In the garden of Charity. K5i.33in 



Let not man put asunder. 
Steps of honor. 

King, Charles. 
Apache princess. 
Army wife. 
Between the lines. 
Cadet days. 
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Wounded name. K52WO 

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Little moorland princess. 
Old mam'selle's secret 
Owl's nest. 
Second wife. 



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M3480 

M3480W 

M348S 



Marmaduke Herbert Blessington. B648m 

Marmorne. Hamerton. H2i5m 

Marooned. Russell. R968m 

Marplot Lysaght L993in 
Marquis de Villemere. Sand. 

in 843.82m V.I 7 

Marquis of Lossie. Macdonald. Mijsma 

Marquis of Pefialta. Valdcs. Vi45ni 

Marriage ceremony. Cambridge. Ci77ni 

Marriage contract Balzac. Bi98ma 

Marriage of Elinor. Oliphant 047niar 

Marriage of Esther. Boathby. B726m 

Marriage of William Ashe. Ward. W26ima 
Marriott, Charles. 

House on the sands. M359ho 

Love with honour. M359I0 

Marrow of tradition. Chesnutt C524m 
Marryat, Frederick. 

Children of the New Forest M362C 

Frank Mildmay. M362f 

Jacob Faithful. M362J 

Japhet in search of a father. M362ja 

King's own. M362k 

Masterman Ready. M362m 

Mission. M362mi 

Mr. Midshipman Easy. M362mis 

Pacha of many tales. M362P 

Percival Keene. M362pe 

Peter Simple. M362pet 

Pirate, and Three cutters. M362pi 

Poacher. M362P0 

Poor Jack. M362P00 

Privateersman. M362pr 

Settlers in Canada. M362S 

Valerie. M362V 

Marsena, and other stories of the wartime. 

Frederic F852mar 

Marsh island. Jewett JSQm 
Marshall, Archibald. 

Peter Binney. M365.22P 

Marshall, Beatrice. 

Siege of York. M366S 

Marshall, Mrs. Emma M. 

Benvenuta. M367b 

Bishop's Cranworth. M367bi 

By the North Sea. M367by 



Castle Meadow. 

Dayspring. 

Dulcrbel's day-dreams. 

Escape from the tower. 

Eventide light 

Haunt of ancient peace. 

In four reigns. 

In the city of flowers. 



M367C 
M367d 

M367du 
M367e 

M367ev 

M367h 

M367i 

M367ic 



In the East country with Sir Thomas 

Browne. M367ie 

In the service of Rachel, Lady RusselL 

M367is 

Lady Alice. M367I 

Life's aftermath. M367li 

Memories of troublous times. M367m 

Mrs. Mainwaring's journal. M367mi 

Mistress Matchett's mistake. M367mis 

On the banks of the Ouse. M3670 

Penshurst Castle in the time of Sir 

Philip Sidney. M367P 

Under Salisbury spire in the days of 

George Herbert M367U 

Under the dome of St Paul's. M367un 

Up and down the Pantiles. M367UP 

Winchester meads in the time of Thomas 

Ken. M367W 

Martha Brown the heiress. Paul. P324ma 

Martha Corey, Du Bois. D8ism 

Marthold, Jules de. 
History of a bearskin. M378h 

Martian. Du Maurier. D887m 

Martin, Mrs. George M. 
Emmy Lou. M38ie 

House of fulfilment M38iho 

Martin, Mrs. Helen R. 
Tillie, a Mennonite maid. M38i.22t 

Martin, Violet See Ross, Martin. 

Martin Chuzzlewit Dickens. DS47m 

Martin Hewitt, Chronicles of. Morrison. 

M878ch 

Martin Merrivale, his X mark. Trow- 
bridge. T863m 

Martin Paz. Verne. in Vs3iw 

Jnartineau, xiamet. 
Hour and the man. M385h 

Peasant and the prince. M385P 

Martins of Cro' Martin. Lever. L658m 

Marty. Winter. WTSsmar 

Martyred fool. Murray. M98im 

Martyrs of Spain. Charles. C47sm 

Maruja. Harte. H327m 



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Marvel, Ik. pseud. Sec Mitchell, Donald G. 
Mary Anerley. Blackmore. B629ma 

Mary Barton, and other talcs. Gaskell. 

G248m 
Mary Ivcrson, her book. Jordan. J82m 
Mary Marston. Macdonald. MijSmar 

Mary of Lorraine. Grant. G762m 

Mary Paget. Smith. S654.22m 

Marzio's crucifix. Crawford. CSggmarz 
Masollam. Oliphant. 046m 

Mason, Alfred B. W. 

Clementina. M398CI 

Courtship of Morrice Buckler. M398C0 

Four feathers. MsgSio 

Lawrence Clavering. M398I 

Miranda of the balcony. MagSm 

Truants. UsgStr 

Watchers. M398W 
Mason, Alfred E. W., and Lang, Andrew. 

Parson Kelly. M398.22p' 

Mason, Mrs. Caroline A. 

Holt of Heathfield. M398.33ho 

Lily of France. M398.33I 

Little green god. M398.33li 

Masquerader. Thurston. T546m 

Massacre of the innocents, and other tales 

by Belgian writers. Kinder. Z729m 

Master. Zangwill. Z29ma 

Master and man. Tolstoi. T654m 

Master Bieland and his workmen. Auer- 

bach. A9i7m 

Master-Christian. Corelli. C797ni 

Master craftsman. Besant. B554m 

Master hand. Dallas. Di45m 

Master-knot. Duff. D8S4m 

Master mosaic-workers. Sand. S2i3m 

Master of Appleby. Lynde. LgSSm 

Master of Ballantrae. Stevenson. S848m 

Same. in 828.89 S848 r.9 

Master of Caxton. Brooks. B873.22m 

Master of craft. Jacobs. Ji7ma 

Master of his fate. Barr. B267ma 

Master of millions. Lorimer. L87im 

Master of the magicians. Phelps and 

Ward. P538.iim 

Master of Warlock. Eggleston. E3im 

Master spirit. Spofford. S762ma 

Masler Wilberforce. Rita. R598ma 

Master-word. Hammond. H227m 

Masterman Ready. Marryat. M362m 

Masterpieces of German fiction. Z6o3m 



Masters of men. Robertson. R652m 

Master's violin. Reed. R325ni 

Mastery. Luther. L972ra 

Mate of the Daylight and friends ashore. 
Jewett. J59itia 

Mate of the Easter Bell, and other stories. 
Barr. • B267mat 

Mate of the good ship York. Russell. 

R968ma 

Maternity of Harriott Wicken. Dudeney. 

D845ma 

Mathers, Helen B. 
"Cherry ripel" M427C 

Eyre's acquittal. M427e 

"Land o' the leal." M427I 

My Lady Green Sleeves. M427m 

Sam's sweetheart. M427S 

Mathers, Helen B., and others. 
Fate of Fenella. M427.22f 

Mathew, Frank. 
At the rising of the moon; [stories.] 

M428a 

Mathews, Frances A. 
Billy Duane. M429bi 

Little tragedy at Tien-Tsin; [stories.] 

M429li 
My Lady Peggy goes lo town. M429m 
Pamela Congreve, M429P 

Matilda, princess of England. Cottin. 

C848m 

Matrimonial bureau. Wells and Taber. 

W453 . 22m 

Matrimony. Norris. N86ima 

Matson, Henrietta. 

Mississippi schoolmaster. M434m 

Matter of skill. Whitby. W579ra 

Matthew Austin. Norris. N86imat 

Matthew Wald. Lockhart. in L8i6s 

Matthews, Brander. 
Action and the word. M439a 

Confident to-morrow. M439C 

Family tree, and other stories. M439f 

His father's son. M439h 

In the vestibule limited. M439i 

Last meeting. M439I 

Outlines in local color; [stories.] M4390 
Royal Marine. M439r 

Story of a story, and other stories. M439S 
Tales of fantasy and fact. M43Qt 

Vignettes of Manhattan. M439V 

Matthews, Brander, and Bunner, Henry C. 
In partnership. M439.22i 



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Matthews, Brander, and others. 

With my friends. 
[Maude, Ethel.] 

Belinda — and some others. 
Maupassant, Guy de. 

Odd number; thirteen tales. 

Pierre and JeaYi. 
Maupassant, Guy de., and others. 

Modern ghosts; [stories.] M452.22m 

Mauprat. Sand. S2i3ma 

Same. in 843.82m v. 19 

Maureen's fairing. Barlow. B258ma 

Maurice Tiernay. Lever. L658ma 

Maximina. Valdes. Vi45ma 

Maxwell, Mrs. Mary £. B. See Braddon, 

Mary E. 
Maxwell Drewitt. Riddell. R542ra 

May, Mrs. Georgiana M. C. See Craik, 

Georgiana M. 
May flower, and miscellaneous writings. 

Stowe. S892m 

May Margaret, called the "Fair maid of 

Galloway." Crockett. C938ma 

May Martin, and other tales. Thompson. 

T47im 
Mayo, Mrs. Isabella F. 

ward. 
Mayo, William S. 

Kaloolah. 
Mayor of Casterbridge 
Meadow-grass. Brown. 
Meakin, Nevill M. 

Assassins. 
Meekins, Ljmn R. 

Robb's Island wreck, and other stories. 

M494r 

Meh Lady. Page. 
Mehalah. Gould. 
Meir Ezofovitch. Orzeszko 
Melbourne House. Warner. 
Meldrum, David S. 

Conquest of Charlotte. 

Story of Margredel. 

Melincourt. Peacock. 
Mellichampe. Simms. 
Melly, Charles Du Bois — . 
Melly, Charles. 

Melomaniacs. Huneker. 

Meloon farm. Pool. 

Melting snows. Schoenaich-Carolath. 

S364in 



See Garrett. Ed- 



Hardy. 



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H272m 

B875me 

M483as 



Pi33me 
G698m 

079m 
W284m 

M519C 
M519S 

in823.76w V.I 

S594m 

See Du Bois- 

H934ni 
P82im 



Melville, George J. Whyte— . 

Black but comely. 

Brookes of Bridlemere. 

Cerise. 

Gladiators. 

Good for nothing. 

Holmby House. 

Interpreter. 

Kate Coventry. 

Katerfelto. 

Queen's Maries. 

Roy's wife. 

Sarchedon. 

Satanella. 

Uncle John. 

White rose. 
Melville, Herman. 

Moby-Dick. 

Omoo. 

Typee. 

White-jacket. 
Member of the Third House. 



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M53ibr 

M53IC 

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M53igo 

M53ih 
M53ii 

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M5320 

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Garland. 

G233me 

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Memoirs of a baby. Daskam. 
Memoirs of a cavalier. De Foe. 

in823.5inov.2 
Memoirs of a femme de chambre. Bles- 
sington. B648me 

Memoirs of a millionaire. Ames. A5i3m 
Memoirs of a physician. Dumas. D886me 
Memoirs of a sportsman. Turgenieflr. 

T936m 
Memoirs of Barry Lyndon. Thackeray. 

T363b 
Memoirs of Captain Carleton. De Foe. 

in 823.5ino v.2 

Memoirs. of Jane Cameron, female convict. 

Robinson. R659.33m 

Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush. 

Thackeray. T363m 

Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. Doyle. 

D754me 
Memoirs of two young 
Balzac. 

Memories. Miiller. 
Memories of troublous 



times. 



Memory Street. Dunn. 
Men born equal. Robinson. 
Men of Marlowe's. Dudeney. 



married women. 
Bi98me 

M958m 

Marshall. 

M367m 

D922.22m 

R66im 
D845me 



Men of the moss-hags. Crockett. C938me 



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Men with the bark on. Remington. R388m 
Men, women and ghosts. Phelps. PsjSme 
Menger, Rudolf. 

Countess Lore ley. M544C 

Men's tragedies. Risley. R595in 

Men's wives. Thackeray. in T363b 

Mercedes of Castile. Cooper. Cjyjva 

Merchant of Berlin. Miihlbach. M952me 
Mercy Philbrick's choice. Jackson. J 12m 
Mere Bauche, and other stories. TroUope. 

T847me 
Mere child. Walford. Wi74tvv 

Mere cypher. Dickens. D547.22m 

Meredith, George. 
Adventures of Harry Richmond. Mssga 
Amazing marriage. Mssgam 

Beauchamp's career. M559b 

Diana of the Cross ways. Msspd 

Egoist. M559e 

Emilia in England; same as Sandra Bel- 
loni. M559S 

Evan Harrington. Msspev 

Lord Ormont and his Aminta. M559I 
One of our conquerors. M5S90 

Ordeal of Richard Feverel. M559or 

Rhoda Fleming. Ms59r 

Sandra Belloni; same as Emilia in Eng- 
land. M559S 
Shaving of Shagpat. M559sh 
Tragic comedians. M559t 
Vittoria. M559V 
Meredith, Owen, pseud. See Lytton, Ed- 
ward R. L. 
Meredith. Blessington. B648mer 
M6rejkow8ki, Dmitri. 
Death of the gods. M56id 
Romance of Leonardo da Vinci. M56ir 
M6rim6e, Prosper. 
Carmen. M562C 
Colomba. M562CO 
Diane. M562d 
Merimee, Prosper, joint author. Sec Gau- 

tier, Theophile. 
Mermaid. Dougall. D73ime 

Merriman, Henry S., pseud. 
Barlasch of the guard. M57ib 

Dross. M57idr 

Flotsam. MS7ifl 

From one generation lo another. M57ifr 
Grey lady. Ms7igr 

In Kedar's tents. M57iin 

Isle of unrest. M57iis 



Last hope. 


M571I 


Phantom future. 


Ms7iph 


Prisoners and captives. 


Ms7ipr 


Roden's corner. 


M57iro 


Slave of the lamp. 


Ms7isl 


Sowers. 


M571SO 


Suspense. 


M571SU 



Tomaso's fortune, and other stories. 

M57it 
Velvet glove. M57ive 

Vultures. M571VU 

With edged tools. M57iwi 

Young Mistley. M57iyo 

Merriman, Henry S., pseud., and Tallen- 
tyre, S. G. 

Money-spinner, and other character notes. 

M57i.22m 

Merry Anne. Merwin. M576m 

Merry Chanter. Stockton. S866m 

Same. in S866s 

Merry England. Ainsworth. A297m 

Merry hearts. Allen. A422m 

Merry men, and other tales and fables. 

Stevenson. S848nie 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.7 

Merry tales. Twain. T969me 

Same. in To69am 

Merwin, Samuel. 

His little world. M576hi 

Merry Anne. M576m 

Road to Frontenac. M576ro 

Whip hand. M576W 

Merwin, Samuel, and Webster, Henry K. 

Calumet "K." M576.21C 

Short-line war. M576.21S 

Messer Agnolo's household. Scott. S427m 

Meta Holdcnis. Chcrbuliez. CS2im 

Metcalfe, Cranstoun. 

Fame for a woman. M588f 

Methods of Lady Walderhurst. Burnett. 

B964me 
Mettle of the pasture. Allen. A427me 

Metzerott, shoemaker. Woods. W894m 
Mexican girl. Clark. C592.23m 

Meyer, Mrs. Annie N. 

Robert Annys, poor priest. M6i2.3ir 

Meyer, Conrad F. 

Tempting of Pescara. M6i2.4it 

Meyer-Fdrster, Wilhelm. 

Old Heidelberg. M6120 

Micah Clarke. Doyle. D754mi 

Michael Strogoff. Verne. V53im 



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Michaers Crag. Allen. A425m 

Michelson, Miriam. 

In the bishop's carriage. M624i 

Madigans. M624m 

Micky Finn idylls. Jarrold. J37ni 

Middle aged love stories. Daskam. D22Qmi 
Middlemarch. Eliot. E42m 

Midge. Bunner. B942mi 

'Midst the wild Carpathians. Jokai. J74ni 
Midsummer madness. Kirk. Kspm 

Migfaels, PhiUp V. 

Bruvver Jim's baby. M634b 

Mighty atom. Corelli. C797mi 

Miksz&th, K&lmiLn. 

St. Peter's umbrella. M637S 

Milecete, Helen. 

Detached pirate. M642de 

Miles Wallingford. Cooper. C777mi 

Milicent Courtenay's diary. Kingston. 

K56.22m 
Militonia. Gautier. G277mi 

Mill mystery. Green. G795mi 

Mill on the Floss. Eliot. E42mi 

Miller, AUce D. 

Modern obstacle. M647mo 

MiUer, Elizabeth. 

Yoke. M648y 

MiUer, Mrs. Emily H. 

Thorn-apples. M649t 

Miller of Angibault. Sand. S2i3mi 

Miller's story of the war. Erckmann and 

Chatrian. £65mi 

Millet, Francis D. 

Capillary crime, and other stories. M653C 
£1,000000 bank-note, and other new 

stories. Twain. in T969am 

Millionaire baby. Green. G795mil 

Millionaire of Rough-and-ready. Harte. 

H327mi 

Millionaire's son. Brown. B877m 

Mills of man. Payne. P346m 

Miner's right. Boldrewood. B687m 

Mingo, and other sketches. Harris. 

H3i4mi 
» 

Minister of state. Steuart. S842m 

Minister's charge. Howells. H859m 

Ministers of grace. McGlasson. Mi45m 

Minister's wooing. Stowe. S892mi 

Ministry of life. Charlesworth. C478m 

Minstrel love. La Motte Fouquc. L235mi 

Miracles of Antichrist. Lagerlof. Li74ni 



Mirage. Fleming. F597m 

Mirage of promise. Belt. B453m 

Miranda of the balcony. Mason. M398m 
Miriam. Ha'rland. H283m 

Misadventures of John Nicholson. Steven- 
son, in 828.89 S84B v.8 
Misdemeanors of Nancy. Hoyt. H868m 
Miser Hoadley's secret. Marchmont. 

M3i8mi 
Miserables, Lcs. Hugo. H895m 

Misfortunes of Elphin. Peacock. 

in 823. 76W v.2 
Miss Angel. Thackeray. T362m 

Miss Archer Archer. Burnham. B966m 
Miss Ayr of Virginia, and other stories. 
Magruder. M2i2mi 

Miss Bagg's secretary. Burnham. B966mi 
Miss Bellard's inspiration. Howells. 

H859mi 
Miss Bonnybel. Cooke. C772m 

Miss Brooks. White. W584m 

Miss Cherry-blossom of Tokyo. Long. 

L848mi 
Miss Curtis. Wells. W455.22m 

Miss Eyre from Boston, and others. Moul- 
ton. M927m 

Miss Gilbert's career. Holland. H735m 
Miss Hurd. Green. G795mis 

Miss Lou. Roe. R699m 

Miss Ludington's sister. Bellamy. B436m 
Miss Marjoribanks. Oliphant. 047mis 

Miss 'Melinda's opportunity. Campbell. 

Ci88m 
Miss Meredith. Levy. L668m 

Miss Misanthrope. McCarthy. Mi23mi 

Miss Nobody of Nowhere. Gunter. 

G977m 

Miss Oona McQuarrie. Smith. S642m 

Miss Petticoats. Tilton. TsSimi 

Miss Pritchard's wedding trip. Burnham. 

B966mis 

Miss Shafto. Norris. N86imi 

Miss Stuart's legacy. Steel. S8i3mi 

Miss Toosey's mission. [Whitaker.] W577m 
''Miss Traiimeri." Bagby. Bi44m 

Miss Williamson's divagations. Thackeray. 

T362mi 
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Missionary sheriff. Thanet. T367m 

Mississippi bubble. Hough. H838mt 

Mississippi schoolmaster. Matsoa M434m 



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Missy. Harris. H3i5m 

Mr. Absalom Billingslea, and other 
Georgia folk. Johnston. j73-33ni 

Mr. Adam Blair. Lockhart. L8i6s 

Mr. Bailey-Martin. White. Ws87m 

Mr. Barnes of New York. Gunter. G977mi 
Mr. Billy Downs and his likes. Johnston. 

j73-33mr 
Mr. Bonaparte of Corsica. Bangs. 

817.49 B2i6m 
Mr. Fortner's marital claims, and other 
stories. Johnston. J73.33nirf 

Mr. Incoul's misadventure. Saltus. Si8im 
Mr. Isaacs. Crawford. C899mi 

Mr. Jack Hamlin's mediation, and other 
stories. Harte. H327mr 

Mr. Meeson's will. Haggard. Hi45mi 

Mr. Midshipman Easy. Marry at. M362mis 
Mr. Munchausen. Bangs. 817.49 B2i6mm 
Mr. Oldmixon. Hammond. H228m 

Mr. PennycooK s boy. Bell. B433mi 

Mr. Fisistratus Brown, M. P. in the High- 
lands. Black. B627mi 
Mr. Potter of Texas. Gunter. G977mis 
Mr. Rabbit at home. Harris. H3i4mis 
Mr. Salt. Payne. P347mi 
Mr. Sandford. Oliphant. in O47W 
Mr. Smith. Walford. Wi74mi 
Mr. Tangier's vacations. Hale. Hi63mi 
Mr. Tommy L»ove, and other stories. De- 
land. D337mi 

Mr. Verdant Green. Bede. Bi4ia 

Mr. Waddy's return. Winthrop. W793m 
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Mistletoe bough, and other stories. Trol- 
lope. T847mi 

Mistress and maid. Mulock. M959m 

Mistress Beatrice Cope. Le Clerc. L462m 
Mrs. Beauchamp Brown. Austin. A936m 
Mistress Brent. Thruston. T53imi 

Mrs. Christian Davies. De Foe. 

in 823.sino v.4 

Mrs. ClifFs yacht. Stockton. JS866mi 

Mrs. Darrell. Davis. D26imi 
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Mrs. Dymond. Thackeray. T362mi3 

Mrs. Falchion. Parker. P239m 

Mrs. Gerald. Pool. P82imi 

Mistress Hetty. Hotchkiss. H832mi 

Mrs. Hurd's niece. Pratt. , P9i3m 



Mistress Joy. Cooke and McKinney. 

C772.iim 
Mrs. Keats Bradford. Pool. P82imis 

Mrs. Keith's crime. Clifford. C638mi 

Mrs. Knollys, and other stories. Stimson. 

S8s9m 
Mrs. Limber's raffle. Butler. B987m 

Mrs. Lorimer. Malet. M247m 

Mrs. M'Lerie. Bell. B433mis 

Mrs. Mainwaring's journal. Marshall. 

M367mi 
Mistress Margery. Holt. H758m 

Mistress Matchett's mistake. Marshall. 

M367mis 
Mistress Nell. Hazelton. H429m 

Mistress of Beech Knoll. Burnham. 

B966mist 
Mistress of Ibichstein. Henkel. H5i3m 
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Mistress of Sherburne. Douglas. D733ra 
Mistress of the ranch. Clark. C592.22mi 
Mrs. Peixada. Harland. H282mi 

Mrs. Penicott's lodger, and other stories. 

Palmer. Pi76m 

Mrs. Perkins's ball. Thackeray. rT363mi 
Mrs. Skaggs's husbands, and other sketch- 
es. Harte. H327mrs 
Mistress Spitfire. Fletcher. F6i3mi 
Mrs. Tree. Richards. R5i7mi 
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch. Rice. 

R495nii 
Mitchel, Frederick A. 
Chickamauga. M677ch 

Sweet revenge. M677SW 

Mitchell, Donald G. 
Doctor Johns. M679d 

Seven stories, with basement and attic. 

I M679S 

Mitchell, John A. 

Amos Judd. M68ia 

Gloria victis. M68ig 

Pines of Lory. M68ip 

Villa Claudia. M68iv 

Mitchell, S. Weir. 

Adventures of Francois. M682a 

Autobiography of a quack. M682au 

Characteristics. M682C 

Circumstance. M682ci 

Comedy of conscience. M682CO 

Constance Trescot. M682con 

Dr. North and his friends. M682d 



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Mitchell, S. Weir. 

Far in the forest. M682f 

Hugh Wynne. M682h 

Little stories. M682I 

New Samaria, and Summer of St. Martin. 

M682ne 
Roland Blake. M682r 

When all the woods are green. M682W 
Mitchell, Walter. 

Two strings to his bow. M683t 

Mitford, Mary R., ed. 

Stories of American life, by American 

writers. Z605S 

Mi to Yashiki. Maclay. Mi63m 

Moby-Dick. Melville. M532m 

Modern Adam and Eve in a garden. 

Douglas. D733mo 

Modern Antaeus. Xi5m 

Modern buccaneer. Boldrewood. B687mo 
Modern ghosts. Maupassant, and others. 

M452.22m 
Modern instance. Howells. HSspmo 

Modern man. MacMahon. Mi67.iim 

Modern Mephistopheles. Alcott. A355m 
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Modern Midas. Jokai. j74nio 

Modern obstacle. Miller. M647mo 

Modern pilgrims. Wood. W875m 

Modern Telemachus. Yonge. Y56mo 

Modern warning. James. inj27as 

Modern wizard. Ottolengui. Opim 

Modeste Mignon. Balzac. BipSmo 

Mohammed Ali and his house. Miihlbach. 

M952mo 
Mohawks. Braddon. B798m 

Moir, David M. 
Life of Mansie Wauch, tailor in Dalkeith. 

M713I 
Moll Flanders. De Foe. in823.5ino v. 3 
Monaldi. Allston. A442m 

Monarch of dreams. Higginson. H637mo 
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Monastery. Scott. S43ini 

Moncrie£F, Frederick. 
X jewel. M738X 

Monday tales. Daudet. D238m 

Same. in r843 . 88w v. 20 

Money-makers. Keenan. K26m 

Money-spinner, and other character notes. 

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B554.iim 
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Monsieur de Chauvelin's will. Dumas. 

in D886me v. 3 

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P743mo 

Monsieur Lecoq. Gaboriau. Gii6m 

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Hi45mo 

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Colonel Norton. M787C 

Thrown together. M787t 

Monti, LuigL 

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Montr^sor, Frances F. 

At the cross-roads. M8iia 

False coin or true? M8iif 

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According to Plato. M82ia 

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Damsel or two. M82id 

Fatal gift. M82if 

Gray eye or so. M82ig 

"I forbid the banns." M82ii 
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Jessamy Bride. M821J 

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Nest of linnets. M82ine 

Shipmates in sunshine. M821S 

Moore, Mrs. Susan T. S. 
Ryle's open gate. M823r 



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Moore, Thomas. 

Epicurean. M824e 

Mooreheady Warren K. 

Tonda. M82Sto 

Moral imbeciles. Greene. G8i2rao 

Moral tales. Edgeworth. F23m 

Moran of the Lady Letty. Norris. 

NSssmo 
More, Hannah. 

Coelebs in search of a. wife. M853C 

Shepherd of Salisbury Plain, and other 
talcs. M83SS 

More cargoes. Jacobs. Ji7ino 

More cheerful Americans. Loomis. L863m 
More fables. Ade. 8i7.49A228mo 

More new Arabian nights; Dynamiter. 

Stevenson. S848.i2m 

Same. i n 828 . 89S848 v. 3. 

More "short sixes." Bunner. B942mo 

More tales from Tolstoi. Tolstoi. L654mo 
Morgan, George. 

Issue. M848i 

John Littlejohn, of J. M848J 

Moriah's mourning, and other half-hour 

sketches. Stuart. S932m 

Morier, James. 

Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan. 

M855a 

Morley, Susan. 

Margaret Chetwynd. M86sm 

Throstlewaite. M86st 

Morley Ernstein. James. J26m 

Mormon prophet. Dougall. D73imo 

Morrifia. Bazin. B362m 

Morris, Clara. 

Left in charge. M875I 

Pasteboard crown. M87Sp 

Silent singer; [stories.] M875S 

Morris, Mrs. Eugenia N. See Keith, Alyn 

Y. 

Morris, Gouvemeur. 

Aladdin O'Brien. M876al 

Ellen and Mr. Man. M876e 

Tom Bcauling. M876to 

Morris, Harrison S., ed. 

In the Yule-log glow; [stories.] Zdogi 

Morris, William. 

Dream of John Ball, and King's lesson. 

M877d 
History of over sea. rM877hi 

News from nowhere. M877n 



Story of the glittering plain. M877S 

Water of the wondrous isles. M877W 

Well at the world's end. M877WC 

Wood beyond the world. M877WO 
Morrison, Arthur. 

Child of the Jago. M878C 
Chronicles of Martin Hewitt; [stories.] 

M878ch 

Green diamond. M878gr 

Hole in the wall. M878ho 

Red triangle; [stories.] M878r 

Tales of mean streets. M878t 
Morse, Mrs. Charlotte D. W. See Dun- 
ning, Charlotte. 
Morse, Mrs. Lucy G. 

Chezzles. M885C 

Rachel Stanwood. M855r 

Mortal antipathy. Holmes. H753m 

Mortomley's estate. Riddell. R542mo 

Morton, Martha. 

Her lord and master. M89ihe 

Mose Evans. Baker. Bi69m 
Moss, Mary. 

Sequence in hearts. M913S 
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H399mo 

Moth and rust. Cholmondeley. CS47mo 

Mother of Pauline. Truscott. T873mo 

Motherless. Witt. W826m 

Mother's recompense. Aguilar. A283m 
Mott, Frederick B. 

Before the crisis. M92ib 

Motto changed. Ingelow. 146m 
Moulton, Mrs. Louise C. 

Miss Eyre from Boston, and others; 

[stories.] M927m 

Mountain Europa. Fox. F792m 
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Mountain woman. Peattie. P365m 

Moving finger writes. Litchfield. L776m 

Mowbray, Jay P. 

Conquering of Kate. M936CO 

Making of a country home. M936m 

Tangled up in Beulah Land. M936ta 

Mozart. Rau. R239m 

Muddock, Joyce £. 

Maid Marian and Robin Hood. M943m 

MUgge, Theodor. 

Afraja. M9Sia 

MUhlbach, Louise, pseud. 

Andreas Hofer. M952a 



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MUlbach, Louise, pseud. 




Munn, Charles C. 


Berlin and Sans-souci. 


M952b 


Hermit M966h 


Daughter of an empress. 


M952d 


Rockhaven. M966ro 


Empress Josephine. 


M952e 


Uncle Terry. M966U 


Frederick the Great and his court. 


Munro, NeiL 




M9S2f 


John Splendid. M969.22J 
Shoes of fortune. M969.22sh 


Frederick the Great and his family. 


^~ -^r -— ^ ^ 

Muramasa blade. Wertheimer. W499m 




iKL95zir 


Murfree, Mary N. See Craddock, Charles 


Goethe and Schiller. 


M952g 


w ^ w 


Henry VIII and his court. 


M9S2h 


Murger, HenrL 


Joseph II and his court. 


M952J 


Bohemians of the Latin Quarter. rM976b 


Louisa of Prussia and her times. Mo^2l 




Marie Antoinette and her son. 


M952m 


Muriel Howe. Teal. T253m 


Merchant of Berlin. 


M952me 


Murphy's master, and other stories. Payn. 


Mohammed AH and his house. 


M952mo 


P345m 


Napoleon and Bliicher. 


M9S2n 


Murray, David C. 


Napoleon and the Queen of Prussia. 


Hearts. MgSih 




M952na 


In direst peril. MgSii 




Martyred fool. MgSim 


Old Fritz and the new era. 


M9520 


Rainbow gold. M98ir 


Prince Eugene and his times. 


M952P 


Schwartz; [stories.] M981S 


Queen Hortense. 


M9S2q 


This little world. MgSit 


Story of a millionaire. 


M952S 


Time's revenges. MgSiti 


MiUler, Max. 




Weaker vessel. M981W 


Memories. 


M958m 


Murray, David C, and Herman, Henry. 


Mulligans. Harrigan. 


H297m 


One traveller returns. M981.220 


Mulock, Dinah M. 




Wild Darrie. M981.22W 


Agatha's husband. 


M959a 


Murray, David C, and Murray, Henry. 


Brave lady. 


M959b 


Dangerous catspaw. M98i.33d 


Christian's mistake. 


M959C 


Murray, Eustace C. G. 


Domestic stories. 


M959d 


Imprisoned in a Spanish convent, and 


Half-caste; [stories.] 


M9S9h 


other narratives and tales. MpSai 


Hannah. 


M95Qha 


Strange tales. M9S2S 


Head of the family. 


M959he 


That artful vicar. M982t 


John Halifax, gentleman. 


M959J 


Young Brown. M982y 


King Arthur. 


M959k 


Murray, Henry, joint author. See Murray, 


Laurel bush. 


M959I 


David C. 


Life for a life. 


M9S9li 


Murray, William H. H. 


Mistress and maid. 


Mgspm 


Holiday tales. M9A^h 


My mother and I. 


M959my 


How Deacon Tubman and Parson Whit- 


Noble life. 


M959n 


ney kept New Year's, and other stories. 


Ogilvies. 


M9590 


M984ho 


Olive. 


M9590I 


Mamelons and Ungava. M984m 


Romantic tales. 


M959r 


Mystery of the woods, and Man who 


Unkind word, and other stories. 


M959U 


missed it. M984my 


Woman's kingdom. 


M959W 


Story that the keg told me, and Story of 


Young Mrs. Jardine. 


M959y 


the man who didn't know much. 


Mumu. TurgenieflF. 


T936m 


M984st 


Mundt, Mrs. Clara M. See Miihlbach, 


Murvale Eastman^ Christian socialist 


Louise. 




Tourg6e. T727m 



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:, John R. 

Columbian historical novels. 
Columbia. M987C 
Estevan. M987e 
Pocahontas. M987PO 
Pilgrims. M987P 
Witch of Salem. M987W 
Independence. M987i 
Sustained honor. M987S 
Humbled pride. M987h 
Union. M987U 
Estevan. M987e 
Humbled pride. M987h 
Independence. M987i 
Pilgrims. M987P 
Pocahontas. M987P0 
Sustained honor. M987S 
Union. M987U 
Witch of Salem. M987W 
Mustard leaves. Balch. Bi74m 
Muz&k, Mme. Johanna R. See Svetla, Car- 
oline. 
My captive. Altsheler. A469m 
My Danish sweetheart. Russell. R968my 
My Desire. Warner. W284my 
My friend Jim. Norris. N86imy 
My friend Prospero. Harland. H282my 
My friend the boss. Hale. Hi63my 
My friend the murderer, and other myster- 
ies and adventures. Doyle. D754my 
My friends and I. Sturgis. S93Sm 
My Honey. [Whitaker.] W577my 
My host the enemy, and other tales. 

Calkins. Cissm 

My lady. Bouvet. E782my 

My Lady Clancarty. Taylor. T244my 
My Lady Green Sleeves. Mathers. 

M427m 

My lady Nicotine. Barrie. B275m 

My Lady Nobody. Maartens. Miiim 

My lady of Orange. Bailey. Bi54m 

My lady of the North. Parrish. P26imy 

My Lady Peggy goes to town. Mathews. 

M429m 

My Lady Pocahontas. Cooke. C772my 

My Lady Rotha. Weyman. WS49my 

'•My li'r Angelo." Condict. C746my 
My little girl. Besant and Rice. 

B554.iimy 

My Lord Duke. Hornung. H8i6my 

My mother and I. Mulock. Mgspmy 



My new curate. Sheehan. S54i.22my 

My novel. Lytton. LppSm 

My opinions and Betsey Bobbet's. Holley. 

H738m 
My poor relations. Maartens. Miiimy 

My run home. Buldrewood. B687my 

My story. Macquoid. Mi73my 

My uncle and my cur6. La Brete. Li26m 
My wayward pardner. Holley. H738my 
My wife and I. Stowe. S892my 

My wife and my wife's sister. Latimer. 

L3S7m 
My young Alcides. Yonge. Ys6my 

My young master. Read. R284my 

Myers, George L. 

Aboard 'the American Duchess." MpQSa 
Myra of the pines. Viele. V6s9my 

Mysteries of Paris. Sue. S944m 

Mysteries of Udolpho. RadcliflFe. Ri25m 
Mysterious island. Verne. V53imy 

Mysterious Mr. Sabin. Oppenheim. 062my 
Mystery of Cloomber. Doyle. D754mys 
Mystery of Edwin Drood. Dickens. 

in D547t 
Mystery of Madeline Le Blanc* Ehrminn. 

E33m 
Mystery of Metropolisville. Eggleston. 

E29m 
Mystery of Mirbridge. Payn. P34Smy 

Mystery of Murray Davenport. Stephens. 

S835my 
Mystery of Orcival. Gaboriau. Gii6my 
Mystery of the "Ocean Star." Russell. 

R968mys 
Mystery of the Patrician club. Vandam. 

V224m 
Mystery of the sea. Stoker. S873my 

Mystery of the woods. Murray. M984my 
Mystery of Witch-face Mountain, and other 

stories. Craddock. C884m 

Nabob. Daudet. D238n 

Same. in r843.88w v. 1-2 

Nada the Lily. Haggard. Hi4Sn 

Name to conjure with. Winter. W78sn 
Nameless Castle. Jokai. 7740 

Nameless nobleman. Austin. A936n 

Nami-ko. Tokutomi. T647n 

Nancy. Broughton. B874.22n 

Nancy Stair. Lane. L265n 

Nanna. Drachmann. D7S7n 

Nanon. Dumas. D886w 



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Nanon. Sand. Sai^n 

Same. in 843 .82m v. 14 

Napoleon and Bliicher. Miihlbach. M952n 
Napoleon and the Queen of Prussia. 

Miihlbach. M952na 

Napoleon Jackson. Stuart. S932na 

Napoleon romances. See Dumas, Alex- 
andre. 
Narka the nihilist. O'Meara. 055n 

Nasby, Petroleum V., pseud. See Locke, 

David R. 
Nash, Thomas. 

Unfortunate traveller. N253U 

Nason, Frank L. 

Blue Goose. N263bl 

To the end of the trail. N263t 

Natasqua. Davis. D26s.22n 

Nathalie. Kavanagh. K22n 

Native of Winby, and other tales. Jewett. 

J59n 

Nature's comedian. Norris. N86ina 

Nature's serial story. Roe. R699n 

Naughty Nan. Long. L848n 

Naulahka. Kipling and Balestier. K57.iin 

Naylor, James B. 

In the days of St. Clair. N333in 

Sign of the prophet. N333S 

Under Mad Anthony's banner. N333U 

Neal, John. 

True womanhood. N34it 

Near to nature's heart. Roe. R699ne 

Needell, Mrs. Mary A. L. 

Lucia, Hugh and another. N374I 

Story of Philip Mcthuen. N374S 

Vengeance of James Vansittart. N374V 

Neighbor Jackwood. Trowbridge. T863n 

Neighbors' wives. Trowbridge. T863ne 

Neighbours, and other tales. Bremer. 

B836n 

Neighbours of ours. Nevinson. N528n 

Neighbours on the Green. Oliphant. 047n 
Nell Gwyn — comedian. Moore. M82in 

Nelly Kinnard's kingdom. Douglas. 

D733n 

Nelson, Henry L. 

John Rantoul. N426J 
Nemec, Mme. B ozena P. 

Grandmother. N433g 

Nemesis. Harland. H283n 

Nemesis of faith. Froude. F942n 

Nero. Eckstein. Ei9n 



Nerve of Foley, and other railroad stories. 

Spearman. S739n 

Nesbit, Edith. 

In homespun; [stories.] N458i 

Literary sense; [stories.] N458I 

Red House. N458re 

Nest of linnets. Moore. M82ine 

Nether world. Gissing. G535n 

Nevermore. Boldrewood. B687n 

Never-never land. Barrett. 62740 

Nevinson, Henry W. 

In the valley of Tophet; [stories.] 

N528i 

Neighbours of ours; [stories.] N528n 
New Abelard. Buchanan. B9i8n 

New Americans. Hodder. H687n 

New Antigone. Barry. B279n 

New Arabian nights. Stevenson. S848n 

Same. in 828 . 89S848 v. i. 

New Canterbury tales. Hewlett. H6i2n 
New England nun. and other stories. 

Wilkins. W684ne 

New Harry and Lucy. Hale. Hi63.22n 
New home^ who'll follow? Kirkland. 

K62.22n 
New Magdalen. Collins. C7i3n 

New moon. Robins. R657nc 

New River. Fitzgibbon. F554.22n 

New Samaria. Mitchell. M682nr 

New Timothy. Baker. 61690 

New waggings of old tales. Bangs and 
Sherman. 8i7.49B2i6n 

Newcomb, Simon. 

His wisdom the defender. N538h 

Newcomes. Thackeray. T363n 
Newell, Charles M. 

Kamehameha. N544k 
Newman^ John H. 

Callista. N553C 

Newport. Lathrop. L354n 

News from nowhere. Morris. M877n 

Next door. Burnham. B966n 

Next of kin wanted. Edwards. E26n 

Nicholas Minturn. Holland. H735n 

Nicholas Nickleby. Dickens. D547n 
Nicholls, Mrs. Charlotte B. See Bronte, 

Charlotte. 
Nicholls, Jospehine H. 

Bayou Triste. N6i4ba 

Nicholson, Joseph S. 
Toxar. N626t 



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Nicholson, Meredith. 

Main chance. N627m 

Zelda Dameron. N627Z 

Nick of the Woods. Bird. B6i8n 

Niece of Snapshot Harry's, and other tales. 

Harte. H327n 

Nigel Browning. Gibernc. G442n 

Night and morning. Lytton. LogSn 

Night in Acadia. Chopin. C549n 

Nightmare Abbey. Peacock. 

in823.76w V. i. 
Nihilist princess. Gagneur. Gi36n 

Nimport. Bynner. B994n 

Nina. Bremer. in B836P 

Nina Balatka. Trollope. T847n 

Nine days' wonder. Aide. A288n 

Nine men's morrice. Pollock. P777n 

Nine points of the law. Jackson. Ji4n 

Ninette. Dempster. D389n 

Ninety-three. Hugo. HSgsn 

No enemy (but himself). Hubbard. 

H847n 
"No gentlemen." Burnham. B966no 

No hero. Hornung. H8i6no 

No name. Collins. C7i3no 

No new thing. Norris. N86in 

No other way. Besant. B554n 

No saint. Sergeant. S484n 

No thoroughfare. Dickens and Collins. 

in D547st 
Noble, Mrs. Lydia L. P., and Noble, Ed- 
mund. 
Before the dawn. N748.22b 

Noble life. Mulock. Mpspn 

Noble name. Gluemer. G657n 

Noble wife. Saunders. S255n 

Nobleman's nest. Turg^nieff. T936n 

Noblesse oblige. Roberts. R646n 
Nobody, A., pseud. See Browne. Gordon. 

Nobody knows. Browne. B882n 
Nodier, Charles. 

Trilby, the fairy of Argyle. N76it 
Noel, Lady Augusta. 

From generation to generation. N765f 

Nocmi. Gould. G698n 

None but the brave. Sears. S439no 
Nordau« Max. 

Drones must die. N828d 

Nordho£F, Charles. 
Cape Cod and all along shore; [stories.] 

N833C 



Norman, Henry, ed. 

Witching hour; [stories.] N842W 

Norman, Mrs. M6nie M. See Dowie, M6- 
nie M. 

Norman Holt. King. K52n 

Norris, Frank. 

Blix. N8s5b 
Deal in wheat, and other stories of the 

new and old West. N8ssd 

McTeague. N855m 

Man's woman. N855ma 

Moran of the Lady Letty. N855mo 

Octopus. N855 o 

Pit. N855P 

Norris, WUliam E. 

Adrian Vidal. N86ia 

Barham of Beltana. N86ib 

Billy Bellew. N86ibi 

Credit of the county. N86icr 

Fight for the crown. N86if 

Heaps of money. N86ih 

Lord Leonard the luckless. N861I0 

Marcia. N86im 

Matrimony. N86ima 

Matthew Austin. N86imat 

Miss Shafto. N86imi 

My friend Jim. N86imy 

Nature's comedian. N86ina 

No new thing. N86ino 

Victim of good luck. N86iv 

North and South. Gaskell. G248n 

North Carolina sketches. Carter. C324n 

North Star. Ruffin. R922n 

Northanger Abbey. Austen. A933n 

Norwood. Beecher. B4i5n 

Nostromo. Conrad. C754no 

Not all in vain. Cambridge. Ci77n 

Not angels quite. Dole. D663n 

Not in the prospectus. Danforth. Di8in 

Not wooed but won. Payn. P345n 

Notary's nose. About. Ai56n 

Notre-Dame de Paris. Hugo. H89Sno 

Noughts and crosses. Couch. C853n 

Nova Solyma, the ideal city. N935 

Novalis, pseud. See Hardenberg, Friedrich 

von. 

Novels and tales. Goethe. G684n 

Now and then. Warren. W283.22n 

Nowadays, and other stories. Hibbard. 

H624n 
Nugents of Carriconna. Hopkins. H796n 



108 



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Numa Roumestan. Daudet. D238nu 

Same. in 1843. 88w v.9-10 

No. 5 John Street. Whiteing. W594n 

Number 49 Tinkham Street. Cheney. 

CSMn 
Nurse Elisia. Fcnn. F334n 

Nye, Bill, pseud. 

Guest at the Ludlow, and other stories. 

817.49 N993g 
Nymph of the West. Seely. S452n 

"O thou, my Austria!" Schubin. S3840 
Oak openings. Cooper. C7770 

Oakridge. Smith. . S6530 

Obermann. Senancour. S474 o 

Oblivion. McClelland. M1260 

O'Brien, Fitz-James. 

Diamond lens, with other stones. Oi3d 
O'Brien, Vmiiam. 

When we were boys. O13.22W 

Observations of Henry. Jerome. J560 
Occasional holiday. Potapenko. in P859f 
Occupations of a retired life. Garrett. 

G2390 
Octopus. Norris. N8S5 o 

Odd craft. Jacobs. Ji7od 

Odd number; thirteen tales. Maupassant. 

M4S20 
Odd or even? Whitney. W6170 

O'Donoghue. Lever. L658 o 

Off the highway. Smith. S642.220 

Off the Skelligs. Ingelow. I46 o 

Ogden, Antoinette. 

Christmas stories from French and Span- 
ish writers. Z63SC 
Ogeechee cross-firings. Johnston. J73.330 
Ogilvies. Mulock. M959 o 
O'Grady, Standish. 

Ulrick the Ready. O36U 

O'Higgins, Harvey J. 

Smoke-eaters. 037sm 

Ohnet, Georges. 

Ironmaster. 039ir 

Oklahoma romance. Candee. C216.410 
Old beau, and other stories. Wood. 

W8770 

Old Bowen's legacy. Dix, D619.270 

Old Chelsea bun-house. Manning. M283 o 
Old Chester tales. Deland. D3370I 

Old country house. Le Galliennc. 

qI/496 ol 
Old court. Ainsworth. A2970 



Old Creole days. Cable. 
Old curiosity shop. Dickens. 
Old Ebenezer. Read. 
Old factory. Westall. 



C1150 

D5470 

R2840I 

W5230 



Old friends and new. Jewctt. J590 

Old Fritz and the new era. Miihlbach. 

M9520 
Old gentleman in the black stock. Page. 

P1330I 
Old Heidelberg. Mcyer-Forstcr. M6130 
Old helmet. Warner. W2840 

Old house at Sandwich. Hatton. H3660 
Old house by the river. Prime. P9530 

Old infant, and similar stories. Carleton. 

C2790 

Old Jed Prouty. Golden and Francis. 

G618.110 

Old Kaskaskia. Catherwood. C3630 

Old Kensington. Thackeray. T3620 

Old knowledge. Gwynn. G9940 

Old lieutenant and his son. Macleod. 

M1650 
Old maids and burglars in Paradise. 

Phelps. P538 ol 

Old maids' club. Zangwill. m Z29ci> 

Old maid's love. Maartens. Miiio 

Old maid's Paradise. Phelps. in P538 ol 
Old mam'selle's secret. Marlitt. M3480 
Old Man Savarin, and other stories. 

Thomson. T481 o 

Old man's love. Trollopc. T8470 

Old man's romance. Craigie. C8860 

Old Mark Langston. Johnston. j73-33ol 
Old 'miscellany' days; a selection of stories 

from Bentley's miscellany. Z1990 

Old Mr. Tredgold. Oliphant. O470 

Old Mortality. Scott. S431 o 

Old Myddelton's money. Hay. H4130 

Old New-England days. Damon. D1630 
Old order changes. Mallock. M2S50 

Old St. Paul's. Ainsworth. A2970I 

Old Shropshire life. Gaskcll. G2470 

Old story of my farming days. Rcutcr. 

R4470 
Old times in middle' Georgia. Johnston. 

j73.33old 
Old woman who lived in a shoe. . Douglas. 

D7330 

Oldbury. Keary. K24 o 

Oldfield. Banks. B218 o 

Oldtown folks. Stowe. S8920 



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Oliphant, Laurence. 

Fashionable philosophy, and other 

sketches. 046! 

MasoUam. 046m 

Piccadilly. O46P 

Oliphant, Mrs. Margaret O. W. 

Agnes. 047a 

Beleaguered city. 047b 

Carita. O47C 

Chronicles of Carlingford. 
Rector and the doctor's family. 047re 
Salem Chapel. 047s 

Perpetual curate. O47P 

Miss Marjoribanks. 047inis 

Curate in charge. O47CU 

Greatest heiress in England. 047g 

Harry Muir. 047h 

House in Bloomsbury. 047ho 

Innocent. 0471 

Lady Car. O47I 

Lady's walk. 047la 

Last of the Mortimers. 047las 

Madonna Mary. 047m 

Magdalen Hepburn. 047nia 

Marriage of Elinor. 047mar 

Miss Marjoribanks. 047mis 

Neighbours on the Green; [stories.] 047" 
Old Mr. Tredgold. O470 

Perpetual curate. O47P 

Primrose path. 047pr 

Railway man and his children. 047r 

Rector and the doctor's family. 047re 
Salem Chapel. O47S 

Sir Robert's fortune. 047si 

Son of the soil. O47SO 

Squire Arden. 047sq 

Stories of the seen and the unseen. 047st 
Story of a governess. 047sto 

Story of Valentine and his brother. 

047stor 
Ways of life; Mr. Sandford, and Wonder- 
ful history of Mr. Robert Dalyell. 

O47W 
Whiteladies. 047wh 

Who was lost and is found. 047who 

Within the precincts. 047wi 

Wizard's son. 047wiz 

Young Musgrave. 047y 

Oliphant, Mrs. Margaret O. W. and Aid- 
rich, Thomas B. 
Second son. 047.22se 



Olive. Mulock. M959 ol 

Olive Latham. Voynich. V97S o 

Oliver of the mill. Charlesworth. C4780 
Oliver Twist. Dickens. DS470I 

Olivia Delaplaine. Fawcett. F2780 

Olivia Raleigh. Synge. S993 o 

Ollivant, Alfred. 
Bob, son of battle. 049b 

Olympe de Cleves. Dumas. D8860 

Olympian nights. Bangs. 817.49 B2160 
Omar the tentmaker. Dole. D6630 

O'Meara, Kathleen. 

Diane Coryval. Ossd 

Mabel Stanhope. 055m 

Narka the nihilist. Ossn 

Omega. Flammarion. F581 o 

Omoo. Melville. M532 o 

On a margin. Chambers. C444.220 

On both sides. Baylor. B358on 

On both sides of the sea. Charles. C475 o 
On Cloud Mountain. Clark. C592.220 

On fortune's road. Payne. P347on 

On guard. Serao. in S48ib 

On Newfound River. Page. Pi33 on 

On the banks of the Ouse. Marshall. 

M3670 
On the border. Kirke. K61 o 

On the bright shore. Sienkiewicz. S5720 

On the cross. Hillern and Safford. 

H652.110 

On the edge of empire. Jepson and 
Beams. J55.220 

On the edge of the storm. Roberts. R6460 
On the eve. TurgenieflF. T9360 

On the face of the waters. Steel. S8i3on 
On the fo'k'sle head. Russell. R968on 

On the frontier. Harte. H327 o 

On the heights. Auerbach. A9170 

On the ofTensive. Putnam. P991 o 

On the plantation. Harris. H3140 

On the point. Dole. D663on 

On the red staircase. Taylor. T244on 

On the road to Arcady. Thurston. T547 o 
On the We-a trail. Brown. B877.220 

On the wing of occasions. Harris. H3i4on 
On trial. Zack. Z170 

On Tybee knoll. Connolly. C7S2.22on 

One good guest Walford. W1740 

One man who was content. Van Rensse- 
laer. V274 o 



110 



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£ 1,000,000 bank-note, and other new stor- 
ies. Twain. in T969am 

One of Cleopatra's nights. Gautier. G2770 
Same. in G277f 

One of my sons. Green. G795 o 

One of our conquerors. Meredith. M5590 
One of ourselves. WaHord. Wi74on 

One of the pilgrims. Fuller. F9650 

One of them. Lever. L658on 

One summer. Howard. H848 o 

One thing needful. Braddon. B7980 

One traveller returns. Murray and Her- 
man. M981.220 

One who looked on. Montresor. M811 o 
One woman. Dixon. D62ion 

One woman's way. Pendleton. P3970 

O'Neill, James. 

Garrison tales from Tonquin. 057g 

One's womenkind. Zangwill. Z3ion 

Only a buttterfly, and other stories. Craik. 

C8870 
Only a fiddler. Andersen. A5440 

Only a flock of women. Diaz. D542 o 

Only a girl. Hillern. H652 o 

Only a word. Ebers. E160 

Only an incident. Litchfield. L7760 

Onoqua. Sparhawk. S736 o 

Opal. X32 o 

Open boat, and other tales of adventure. 
Crane. C892 o 

Open door. Howard. H8480P 

Open-eyed conspiracy. Howells. H8590 
Open question. Robins. R6570P 

Opening a chestnut burr. Roe. R6990 

Openings in the old trail. Harte. H3270P 
Operetta in profile. Czeika. C9980 

Opinions of a philosopher. Grant. G764 o 

Oppenheim, EUlward P. 

Anna the adventuress. 062a 

Betrayal. 062be 

Mysterious Mr. Sabm. 062my 

Prince of sinners. 062pr 

Yellow crayon. 062ye 

Oppenheim, Mrs. Josie G. See Emersie, 
John. 

Opponents. Robertson. R6510P 

Opportunities. Warner. W2840P 

Opportunity. Crane. C888.220 

Orange girl. Besant. B5540 

Orchid. Grant. G764or 



Orcutt, William D. 

Robert Cavelier. 064r 

Ordeal of Richard Feverel. Meredith. 

M599or 
Order No. 11. Stanley. S7870 

Original belle. Roc. R699or 

Oriole's daughter. Fothergill.' F761 o 

Orley farm. TroUope. T847or 

Orloff and his wife. Gorky. G669.520 

Ormond. Brown. B877.330 

Orphan heiress. De Quincey. 

in 824. 81 me v. I 
Orrain. Yeats. Y4ior 

Orthodox. Gerard. G3560 

Ortoli^ Frederic. 

Evening tales. 078e 

O'Ruddy. Crane and Barr. C892.220 

Orzeszko, Mme. Eliza. 

Argonauts. 079a 

Meir Ezofovitch. 079m 

Osborne, Duffield. 

Spell of Ashtaroth. O79.22S 

Osborne of Arrochar. Douglas. D7330S 
Osboume, Lloyd. 
Queen versus Billy, and other storie.s. 

08iq 
Osboume, Lloyd, joint author. See Steven- 
son, Robert L. 
Oswald, £., pseud. See Schulze-Smidt, 

Frau Bernhardine. 
Other fellow. Smith. S647ot 

Other girls. Whitney. W6i7ot 

Other house. James. J270 

Other man's wife. Winter. W785ot 

Other people's money. Gaboriau. G1160 
Ottilie. Lee. L482 o 

Otto the knight, and other trans-Mississippi 
stories. Thanet. T367 o 

Ottolengui, Rodrigues. 

Conflict of evidence. Ooic 

Modern wizard. Ooim 

Ought we to visit her? Edwardes. E240U 
Guida, pseud. 

Bebee. 093b 

Our Lady of the Beeches. Hutten. 

H9820U 
Our Lady Vanity. Kirk. K590 

Our Lady's Inn. Clouston. C6450 

Our little Ann. [Whitakcr.] W5770 

Our little world. Lindau. L742.220 

Our manifold nature. Grand. G7S1 o 



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Our mutual friend. Dickens. D5470U 

Our new crusade. Hale. H1630 

Our own set. Schubin. S384 ou 
Our Phil, and other stories. Dana. 

D168.220 

Out of bondage, and other stories. Robin- 
son. R663 ou 
Out of due season. Sergeant. S484oa 
Out of Gloucester. Connolly. C752.220 
Out of Mulberry Street. Riis. R5740 
Out of step. Pool. P821 o 
Out of the sunset sea. Tourgee. T727 o 
Out of town. Sherwood. SSS4.410 
Outlaw and lawmaker. Praed. P897 o 
Outlaws of the marches. Hamilton. 

H217.220 

Outlet. Adams. A211 ou 
Outlines in local color. Matthews. M4390 

Outpost. Austin. A936dora 

Outsiders. Chambers. C445 o 

Over the border. Barr. B2680V 

Overheard in Arcady. Bridges. B851 o 

Overland tales. Clifford. C637 o 

Overton, Gwendolen. 

Anne Carmel. OgSam 

Captains of the world. O95C 

Golden chain. OpSgo 

Ovingdean Grange. Ainsworth. A297 ov 

[Owen, Marguerite C] 

Doffed coronet. 096.iid 

Owen, Rye. 

Red-headed Gill. 096.22re 

Owl's nest. Marlitt. M3480W 

Oxenham, John. 

Barbe of the Grand Bayou. 097b 

Pa Gladden. Waltz. W24IP 

Pacha of many tales. Marryat. M362P 

Pacific tales. Becke. B394P 

Paddock, Mrs. Cornelia. 

Fate of Madame La Tour. Pi22f 

Pagan at the shrine. Gwynne. G995P 

Pagans. Bates. B328P 

Page, Thomas N. 

Bred in the bone; [stories.] Pi33br 

Burial of the guns; [stories.] Pi33bu 

Captured Santa Claus. Pi33ca 

Elsket, and other stories. PT33el 

Gordon Keith. Pi33go 

In ole Virginia; [stories.] Pi33in 

Meh Lady. Pi33nie 



Old gentleman in the black stock. 

P1330I 

On Newfound River. Pi33on 

Pastime stories. Pi33pa 

Polly. Pi33po 

Red Rock. Pi33re 

Santa Clauses partner. Pi33sa 

Two prisoners. Pi33tw 

Unc' Edinburg. Pi33un 

Page of the Duke of Savoy. Dumas. D886p 
Paget, Violet. See Lee, Vernon. 
Pain, Mrs. Amelia. 

Saint Eva. Pi43s 

Pain, Barry. 

Stories and interludes. P144S 

Paine, Albert B. 

Bread line. Pi44.73b 

Van dwellers. P144.73V 

Pair of blue eyes. Hardy. H272P 

Pair of patient lovers. Howells. H859P 
Palacio Valde, Armando. See Valdcs, Ar- 
mando P. 

Palermo. Field. F452P 
Palgrave, William G. 

Hermann Agha. Pi6ih 

Palmer, Frederick. 

Vagabond. P173V 

Ways of the service. P173VV 

Palmer, Lady Sophia M. 

Mrs. Penicott's lodger, and other stories. 

Pi 76m 
Paltock, Robert. 

Life and adventures of Peter Wilkins. 

P183I 
Pam. Hutten. H982P 

Pamela. Richardson. R522P 

Pamela Congreve. Mathews. M429P 

Pan Michael. Sienkitwicz. SS72p 

Panchronicon. Mackaye. M154P 

Pangborn, Georgia W. 

Roman Biznet. Pi9iro 

Paoli, the last of the missionaries. Kitchin. 

K63 . 22p 
Papa Bouchard. Seaweli. S442P 

Paper city. Locke. L8i4p 

Paragreens on a visit to Paris. Ruffini. 

R923P 
Parasite. Doyle. D754P 

Pardo BazAn, Emilia. See Bazan, Emilia 

P. 



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Pardoe, Julia. 

Pilgrimages in Paris; [stories.] P226p 

Paris. Zola. Z86p 

Parish of two. McVickar and Collier. 

M176.22P 
Parisian points of view. Halevy. Hi68p 
Parisians. Lytton. L998p 

Parker, Sir Gilbert. 

Adventurer of the North; [stories.] 

P239a 

Battle of the strong. P239b 

Donovan Pasha, and some people of 

Egypt; [stories.] P239do 

* Hill of Pains. P239h 

Ladder of swords. P239I 

Lane that had no turning, and other 
tales. P239la 

Mrs. Falchion. P239m 

Pierre and his people; [stories.] P239P 
Pomp of the Lavilettes. P239PO 

Right of way. P239r 

Romany of the snows; [stories.] P239ro 
Seats of the mighty. P239S 

Trail of the Fword. P239t 

Translation of a savage. P239tr 

Trespasser. P239trc 

When Valmond came to Pontiac. P239W 

Parkes, Mrs. Elizabeth R. See Robins, 

Elizabeth. 
Parks, L. K. 

With British and braves. P2.S2W 

Parr, Mrs. Louisa T. 
Can this be love? P259C 

Dumps. P259du 

Hero Carthew; same as Prescotts of 
Pamphillon. P2S9h 

John Thompson, and other stories. P259J 
Loyalty George. P259I 

Prescotts of Pamphillon; same as Hero 
Carthew. P2S9? 

Robin. P259r 

Squire. P259S 

Parrish, RandalL 
My lady of the North. P26imy 

When wilderness was king. P261W 

Parson Kelly. Mason and Lang. H398.22P 
Parson o' Dumford. Fenn. F334P 

Parson's proxy. Hamilton. H219P 

Part of the property. Whitby. WS79P 
Parting and a meeting. Howslls. H859pa 
Partisan. Simms. S594P 



Party sketches- Kildare. in K47go 

Passages from the diary of a late physi- 
cian. Warren. W283.22P 

Passages in the life of the faire gospeller, 
Mistress Anne Askew. Manning. M283P 

Passe Rose. Hardy. H268p 

Passenger from Scotland Yard. Wood. 

W877.np 

Passing of Thomas, and other stories. 
Janvier. J35P 

Passionate pilgrim, and other tales. James. 

J27P 

Pasteboard crown. Morris. M875P 

Pastime of eternity. Lloyd. L789P 

Pastime stories. Page. Pi33pa 
Paston, George, pseud. 

Study in prejudices. P292S 

Pastor Naudie's young wife. Rod. R68sp 

Pastorals of Dorset. Francis. F8i9p 

Pastorals of France. Wedmorc. W393P 

Same. W393pa 

Pastor's daughter. Heimburg. H467P 

Pater, Walter. 

Gaston de Latour. P295R 

Marius the Epicurean. P295m 

Paterson, Arthur H. 

Cromwell's own. P296C 

Gospel writ in steel. P296g 

King's agent. P296ki 

Son of the plains. P296S 

Pathfinder. Cooper. C777P 

Paths of judgement. Sedgwick. S447P 

Paths of the prudent. Fletcher. F6i3pa 

Patience. Warner. W279P 

Patience Sparhawk and her times. Ather- 

ton. rA868p 

Patience Strong's outings. Whitney. 

W6i7p 
Patricia of the hills. Burrow. B972P 

Patroon Van Volkenberg. Stephenson. 

S836P 
Patty. Macquoid. M173P 

Patty's perversities. Bates. 6328pa 

Paul, Jean, pseud. See Richter, Jean P. F. 
Paul, Mrs. Margaret A. 

De Cressy. P324d 

Dorothy. P324do 

Maiden sisters. P324m 

Martha Brown the heiress. P324ma 

Still waters. P324S 

Uncle Ralph. P324U 

Vanessa. P324V 



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Paul, a herald of the cross. Kingsley. 

K55 . 22p 
Paul and Christina. Barr. B267P 

Paul and Virginia. Saint-Pierre. Si49p 
Paul Clifford. Lytton. LggSpa 

Paul Faber, surgeon. Macdonald. M135P 
Paul Fane. Willis. W735P 

Paul Gosslett's confessions. Lever. 

in L658m 
Same. in L658S 

Paul Kelver. Jerome. JS^p 

Paul Massie. McCarthy. M123P 

Paul Patoff. Crawford. C899P 

Paula Ferris. Sanborn. SiQQp 
Paulding, James K. 

Dutchman's fireside. P325d 

Tales of the good woman. P325t 

Pauline. Waif or d. W174P 

Pauline Seward. Bryant. B915P 
Pausanias the Spartan. Lytton. in L998C0 

Paying guest. Gissing. G535P 

Payn, James. 

Best of husbands. P345b 

Canon's ward. P345c 

Confidential agent. P34SCO 

Fallen fortunes. P345f 

For cash only. P345fo 

Found dead. P345fou 

From exile. P345fr 

Glow-worm tales. P345g 

Grape from a thorn. P345gr 

Gwendoline's harvest. P345gw 

Halves. P345h 

Heir of the ages. P345he 

High spirits; [stories.] P345hi 
In the heart of a hill, and other stories. 

P34Si 
Kit. P345k 

Less black than we're painted. P345I 

Like father, like son. P345li 

Luck of the Darrells. P345IU 

Murphy's master, and other stories. 

P345m 
Mystery of Mirbridge. P345my 

Not wooed but won. P345n 

Prince of the blood. P345P 

Stumble on the threshold. P3459 

Sunny stories, and some shady ones. 

P345SU 
Talk of the town. P345t 

Thicker than water. P345th 



P345U 

P345W 

P34Swh 

P345WO 

P345wor 

P346m 



Under one roof. 
Walter's word. 
What he cost her. 
Woman's vengeance. 
Word and the will. 

Payne, Philip. 
Mills of man. 

Payn, WiU. 

Mr. Salt. P347mi 

On fortune's road. P347on 

Story of Eva. P347s 

Paynton Jacks, gentleman. Bower. B786p 

Payson, William F. 

John Vytal. P348J 

Peace and the vices. Rogers. R724P 

Peacemakers. Winter. W785PC 

Peacock, Thomas L. 

Works. 3v. 823. 76w 
V. I. Headlong Hall, Melincourt, and 

Nightmare Abbey. 
V. 2. Maid Marian, Misfortunes of El- 

phin, Crotchet Castle, and Gryll 
Grange. 
V. 3. Poetry, and Miscellanies. 

Peake, Elmore E. 

Darlingtons. P357d 

House of Hawley. P357ho 

Pride of Tellfair. P357pr 

Pearce, James H. 
Drolls from shadowland; [stories.] P3S8d 

Pearce Amerson's will. Johnston. J73.33P 

Peard, Frances M. 

Cartouche. • P359C 

Catherine. P359ca 

Interloper. P359i 

Madiigal, and other stories. P359m 

Rose-garden. P3S9r 

Schloss and town. P359s 

Swing of the pendulum. P359SW 

Thorpe Regis. P3S9t 

Unawares. P359u 

Winter story. P359W 

Pearl-maiden. Haggard. Hi45pe 

Pearl of Orr's Island. Stowe. S892P 

Pearl of the realm. Glyn. Gs67.22p 

Pearla. Edwards. E26p 

Peasant and the prince. Martineau. M385P 

Peattie, Mrs. Elia W. 

Beleaguered forest. P365b 

Edge of things. P365e 

Mountain woman; [stories.] P365m 



114 



ST. PAUL PUBLIC UBRABY. 



Peattie, Mrs. Elia W. 

Shape of fear, and other ghostly tales. 

P365S 
Peck, Samuel M. 

Alabama sketches. P367a 
Peck, Theodora. 

Hester of the Grants. P367.22h 

Peckster professorship. Quincy. Q7P 

Peculiar. Sargent. S244P 

Pedagogues. Pier. P615P 

Pedigree in pawn. Veysey. V595P 
Peeps at people. Bangs. 817.49B216P 
Peeps from a belfry. Shelton. S544.22P 

Peg Woffington. Reade. R285P 

Peggy O'Neal. Lewis. L673pe 

Pelham. Lytton. LggSpe 
Pelton, Mrs. Mabell S. C. 

Tar-heel baron. P393t 

Pemaquid. Prentiss. P927P 
Pemberton, Max. 

Beatrice of Venice. P395be 

Christine of the hills. P395ch 

Daughter of the states. P395d 

Doctor Xavicr. P395<io 

Footsteps of a throne. P395fo 

Garden of swords. P395ga 

Gentleman's gentleman. P395gc 

Giant's gat-j. P395g» 

Gold wolf. P395go 

House under the sea. P395ho 

Impregnable city. P395i«i 
Jewel mysteries I have known; [stories.] 

P395JC 

Kronstadt P395kr 

Little Huguenot. P395l> 

Love the harvester. P395lo 

Phantom army. P395ph 

Pro patria. P39Spr 

Puritan's wife. P39SPU 

Queen of the jesters. P3S9qu 

Signors of the night. P395si 

Pembroke. Wilkins. W684PC 

Penance of John Logan, and other tales. 

Black. B627P 

Pendennis. Thackeray. T363P 

Pendleton, Edmund. 

Conventional Bohemian. P397c 

One woman's way. P397 

Virgmia inheritance. P397v 
Pendleton, Louis. 

Bewitched. P398b 

In the wire-grass. P398i 



Penelope's English experiences. Wiggin. 

in W655ca 
Penelope's Irish experiences. Wiggin. 

W6sspi 
Penelope's progress. Wiggin. W6s5pp 

Penniless girl. Heimburg. H467pe 

Pennyroyal and mint. Swett. S975P 

Penobscot man. Eckstorm. E2ip 

Penruddock of the White Lambs. Church. 

C561P 

Penshurst Castle in the time of Sir Philip 

Sidney. Marshall. M367P 

Pension Beaurepas. James. in J27si 

Pensiounaires. Carman. C2S6.22P 

Pentreatfa, Dolly, pseud. 
In a Cornish township with old Vogue 
folk. P4i9t 

People at Pisgah. Sanborn. S197.22P 

People of our neighborhood. Wilkins. 

W684peo 

People wc pass. Ralph. Ri6.3p 

People you know. Ade. 8T7.49A228P 

Pepita Ximinez. Valera. Vi62p 
Peploe, Mrs. J. B. See Webb, Mrs. J. B. 

Percival Keene. Marry at. M362pe 

Percy Effingham. Cockton. C667p 

Pere Goriot. Balzac. B198P 

Peregrine Pickle. Smollett. S666p 
Pereira da Silva, Joao M. 

Manuel de Moraes. in A368i 

P6rez Gald68i, Benito. 

Court of Charles IV. P438C 

Dona Perfecta. P438d 

Gloria. P43Bg 

Leon Roch. P438I 

Marianela. P43Sm 

Saragossa. P438S 

Trafalgar. P438t 

Perfect Adonis. Harris. H315P 

Perlycross. Blackmore. B629P 

Perpetual curate. Oliphant. O47P 
Perry, Bliss. 

Broughton* House. P46ib 

Plated city. P461P 
Salem Kittredge and other stories. 

P461S 

Perry, Nora. 

Book of love stories. P464b 

For a womin. P464f 

Tragedy of the unexpected, and other 

stoties. P464t 



ENGLISH PROSE FICTION. 



115 



Personal history of David Coppcrfield. 

Dickens. D547d 
Personal recollections of Joan of Arc. 

Twain. T969PC 

Persuasion. Austen. A933P 

Peter Binney. Marshall. M365.22P 

Peter Carradine. Chescbro*. C253.22P 

Peter Ibbetson. Du Maurier. D887p 

Peter Schlemihl. Chamisso. C448P 

Peler Simple. Marry at. M362pet 

Peter Wilkins. Paltock. P183I 
Peterson, Maud H. 

Potter and the clay. P485P 

Petrie estate. Brown. B877.43P 

Petronilla Heroven. Silberrad. S582P 

Pettibone name. Sidney. Ss69p 

Pevcril of the Peak. Scott. S431P 

Phantastes. Macdonald. Mi35ph 

Phantom army. Pemberton. P395ph 

Phantom fortune. Br addon. B798P 

Phantom from the East. Loti. L883P 

Phantom future. Merriman. M57iph 

Phantom regiment. Grant. G762P 

Phantom 'rickshaw. Kipling. in K57P 

Phantoms, and other stories. TurgeniefT. 

T93^P 

Phantoms of the foot-bridge, and other 

stories. Craddock. C884P 

Pharaoh and the priest. Glovatski. G565P 
Pharos the Egyptian. Boothby. B726P 

Phelps, Elizabeth S. 

Avery. PS38av 

Beyond the gates. PS38be 

Doctor Zay. P538do 

Donald Marcy. P538don 

Fourteen to one; [stories.] P538fo 

Friends. PS38fr 

Gates ajar. P538g 

Gates between. P538ga 

Hedged in. P538he 

Jack the fisherman. P538J 

Loveliness. P538I0 

Madonna of the tubs. P538m 
Men, women and ghosts; [stories.] 

P538me 
Old maids and burglars in Paradise; Old 
maid's Paradise, and Burglars in Para- 
dise. P538 ol 
Sealed orders; [stories.] P538se 
Silent partner. P538si 
Singular life. P538sin 



Story of Avis. 

Successors of Mary the First. 

Supply at Saint Agatha's. 

Trixy 



P538st 

P538SU 

P538SUP 

P538tr 



Phelps, Elizabeth S^ and Ward» Herbert D. 

Come forth, P538.11C 

Master of the magicians. P538.iim 
Philadelphians as seen by a New York 

woman. Bingham. B6i3ph 

Philip. Cutler. C988P 

Philip and his wife. Deland. D337ph 

Philip Augustus. James. J26p 

Philip Earnscliffe. Edwardes. E24P 

Philip Nolan's friends. Hale. H163P 

Philip Winwood. Stephens. S835ph 

Philippa. Hullah. H913P 
PhiUps, F. C, and Wills. C. J. 

Scudamores. PS49.22S 
PhilUps, David G. 

Cost. P554C 

Golden fleece. P5S4go 

Plum tree. B554PI 

Woman ventures. PS54wo 
Phillpotts, Eden. 

American prisoner. P564a 

Children of the mist. P564C 

Farm of the Dagger. P564f 

Golden fetich. P564go 

Good red earth. P564goo 

Human boy; [stories.] P564h 

River. P564ri 

Secret woman. P564se 

Sons of the morning. P564S0 

Phineas Finn. Trollope. T847P 

Phineas Redux. Trollope. T847ph 

Phoebe. Harris. H3isph 

Phroso. Hope. H791P 

Phyllis of the Sierras. Harte. H327P 

Picaroons. Burgess and Irwin. B955.22P 

Piccadilly. Oliphant. O46P 

Piccinino. Sand. in 843.82m v. 7-8 

Picciola. Saintine. S2S7p 

Picked up in the streets. Schobert. S363P 

Pickering, Sidney. 

Key of paradise. P596k 

Pickthall, Marmaduke. 

Said the fisherman. P598S 

Pickwick papers. Dickens. D547P 
Pictures across the Channel. Macqiioid. 

Mi73pi 

Pictures of country life. Cary. C332P 



116 



ST. PAUIi PUBLIC LIBBABT. 



Pictures of Hellas. Manager. 


M333P 


Play-actress. Crockett. 


C938P 


Pidgin, Charles F. 




Playwright's daughter. Edwardes, 


E24pl 


Blenncrhassett. 


P6l2b 


Plebiscite. Erckmann and Chatrian. 


Climax. 


P6i2cl 




E65mi 


Quincy Adams Sawyer. 


P6i2q 


Plum tree. Phillips. 


P554P1 


Stephen Holton. 


P6l2St 


Plumptre, C. E. 




Pier, Arthur S. 




Giordano Bruno. 


'P7Z6fi 


Pedagogues. 


P6I5P 


Plunger. Smart. 


S636P 


Sentimentalists. 


P615S 


Plympton, Almira G. 




Triumph. 


P6istr 


Bud of promise. 


P739b 


Pierce, Squier L. 




Willing Transgressor, and other 


' stories. 


Di. 


P6i8d 




P739W 


Pierre and his people. Parker. 


P239P 


Poacher. Marryat. 


M362PO 


Pierre and Jean. Maupassant. 


M452P 


Pocahontas. Musick. 


M987PO 


Pierrette. Balzac. 


BigSpi 


Pocock, Roger. 




Pietro Ghisleri. Crawford. 


C899pi 


Curly. 


P740CU 


Pilgrim sorrow. Elizabeth, queen of Rou- 


Poe, Edgar A. 




mania. 


E44pi 


Monsieur Dupin; detective talcs. 


P743nio 


Pilgrimage of the Ben Beriah. 


Yonge. 


Tales of adventure and exploration. 




Y56pi 


in 818.32 P743WS V.1-4 


Pilgrimages in Paris. P.irdoe. 


P226P 


Tales of the grotesque and arabesque. 4v. 


Pilgrims. Musick. 


M987P 


in 818.32 P743W5 v.1-4 


Pilgrims of the Rhine. Lytton. 


in LqqSIc 


Poet and peer. Aide. 


A288P 


Pilgrim's progress. Bunyan. 


B943P 


Poei's mystery. Fogazzaro. 


F655P 


Pillar of fire. Ingraham. 


I52P 


Poganuc people. Stowe. 


S892PO 


Pillars of the house. Yonge. 


Y56pil 


Point of view. James. 


in J27si 


Pilot. Cooper. 


C777pi 


Poketown people. Tybout. 


T977PO 


Pilot and his wife. Lie. 


L716P 


Policeman Flynn. Flower. 


F644P0 


Pimenoff, Lydia L. See Noble, 


Mrs. Lydia 


Polish Jew, and other stories. Erckmann 


L. 




and Chatrian. 


E65P 


Pine and palm. Conway. 


C768P 


Pollard, Eliza F. 




Pine Grove House. Hall. 


Hi78.42pi 


Robert Aske. 


P772r 


Pine knot. Barton. 


B293P 


Pollock, Walter H. 




Pine needles. Warner. 


W284P 


Nine men's morrice; [stories.] 


P777n 


Pines of Lory. Mitchell. 


M681P 


PoUock, Walter H., and PoUock 


Guy C. 


Pink and white tyranny. Stowe 


S892pi 


Hay fever. 


P777.22h 


Pink Marsh. Ade. 8i 


7.49 A228pi 


Polly. Page. 


Pi33PO 


Pioneer. Bonner. 


B7i6pi 


Polly Oliver's problem. Wiggin. 


W655PO 


Pioneers. Cooper. 


C777pio 


Pomona. [Whitaker.] 


W577PO 


Pirate. Marryat. 


M 362 pi 


Pomona's travels. Stockton. 


S866p 


Pirate. Scott. 


S431P1 


Pomp of the Lavilettes. Parker. 


P239P0 


Pirate gold. Stimson. 


S859P 


Pomponia. Webb. 


W366P 


Pit. Norris. 


N855P 


Pontoppidan, Henrik. 




Pixley, Frank, joint author. 


See Read, 


Emanuel. 


P8i8c 


Opic. 




Promised land. 


P8i8p 


Place and power. Fowler. 


F785pl 


Pool, Maria L. 




Plain Frances Mowbray, and ( 


other tales. 


Against human nature. 


P82ia 


Lawless. 


L418P 


Boss, and other dogs; [stories.] 


B82ib 


Plain living. Boldrewood. 


B687P 


Daily. 


P82ld 


Plain tales from the hills Kip] 


ling. K57pl 


Friendship and folly. 


P82lf 


Plated city. Perry. 


P461P 


Golden sorrow. 


P82Ig 



BN6LISH PBOSB FICTION. 



117 



Pool, Maria L. 




Porter, Rose. 






In a dike shanty. 


P82ii 


Foundations. 




P848f 


In Buncombe County. 


P82iin 


Summer drift-wood. 




P848S 


In the first person. 


P82iint 


Winter fire; sequel to 


Summer drift- 


Katharine North. 


P82ik 


wood. 




P848W 


Meloon farm; sequel to In the first per- 


Portion of labor. Wilkins. 




W684P0 


son. 


P82im 


Portrait of a lady. James. 




j27PO 


Mrs. Gerald. 


P82imi 


Post, Melville D. 






Mrs. Keats Bradford; sequel 


to Roweny 


Dwellers in the hills. 




P855d 


in Boston. 


P82imis 


Post, Waldron K. 






Out of step; sequel to Two 


Salomes. 


Harvard stories. 




P856h 




P8210 


Smith Brunt. 




P856S 


Red-bridge neighborhood. 


P82ir 


Postel, or Postl, KarL 






Roweny in Boston. 


P82iro 


Cabin book. 




P857C 


Sand 'n' bushes. 


P821S 


Life in the new world. 




P857I 


Tenting on Stony Beach. 


P82It 


Posthumous papers of the 


Pickwick club. 


Two Salomes. 


r82itw 


Dickens. 




D547P 


Vacation in a buggy. 


P82IV 


Potapenko, Ignati N. 






Widower and some spinsters 


; [stories.] 


Father of six, and Occasional 


holiday. 




P82IW 






P859f 


Pool in the desert. Cotes. 


C843PO 


General's daughter. 




P859g 


Poor, Agnes B. 




Russian priest. 




P859r 


Boston neighbours in tc»wn 


and out; 


Potter, Margaret H. 






[stories.] 


P82.3b 


Castle of twilight. 




P868c 


Poor folk. Dostoyevsky. 


D725P 


Flame-gatherers. 




P868fl 


Poor human nature. Godfrey. 


G583P 


House of De Mailly. 




P868h 


Poor Jack. Marryat. 


M362P00 


Istar of Babylon. 




P868is 


Poor Miss Finch. Collins. 


C7I3P 


Uncanonized. 




P868un 


Poor plutocrats. JoKai. 


J74P 


Potter and the clay. Peterson. 


P485P 


Poorten Schwart2, Jozua M. W. van der. 


Potter's thumb. Steel. 




S8i3po 


See Maartens, Maarten. 




Pound of cure. Bishop. 




B622pO 


Popanilla. Beaconsfield. in r823.86wv.6 


Pouvillon, Emile. 










Cesette. 




P879C 


Popham, Florence. 

Housewives of Edenrisc. 


P827ho 


Poverty grass. Wyman. 
Powell, Frances. 




W984P 


Poppaea. Gordon. 


G664P 


House on the Hudson. 




P883ho 


Popular tales. Edgeworth. 


E23P 


Powell, Tallulah M. 






Port Argent. Colton. 


C725P. 


English girl in America. 




P886e 


Port of missing ships, and othe 


r Stories of 


Powers that prey. Flynt and Walton. 


the sea. Spears. 


S741P 






F648.22P 


Port of storms. Sholl. 


S558.22PO 


Poynter, Eleanor F. 






Port Tarascon. Daudet. 


D238P 


Among the hills. 




P892a 


Same. in r843.88w v.i8 


Ersilia. 




P892C 


Portent. Macdonald. 


in Mi35ph 


Madame de Presncl. 




P892m 


Porter, Anna M. 




Praed, Mrs. Rosa C. M. P. 


Campbell — , 


Don Sebastian. 


P843d 


December roses. 




P897d 


Porter, David D. 




Outlaw and lawmaker. 




P8970 


Allan Dare and Robert le Diable. P844a 


Praed, Mrs. Rosa M. P. Campbell—, joint 


Porter, Jane. 




author. See McCarthy, Justin. 




Scottish chiefs. 


P846S 


Prairie. Cooper. 




C777pr 


Thaddeus of Warsaw. 


P846t 


Prairie folks. Garland. 




G233P 



118 



ST. PAUL PUBUC UBRARY. 



Pratt, Cornelia A. 

Book of martyrs; [stories.] P9i2b 

Daughter of a stoic. P9i2(i 

Pratt, Mrs. Ella F. 

Mrs. Kurd's niece. Ppijra 

Pratt portraits. Fuller. F965pr 

Preacher and the king. Bungener. 

B941.33P 

Preacher's daughter. Barr. B267pr 

Precaution. Cooper. C777pre 

Prelate. Henderson. H497P 

Prelude and the play. Mann. M282.33P 

Premiums paid to experience. Garrett. 

G239P 
Prentiss, Mrs. Elizabeth P. 

Aunt Jane's hero. P927a 

Home at Greylock. P927h 

Pemaquid. P927P 

Stepping heavenward. P9273 

Urban6 and his friends. P927U 

Prescott, Dorothy, pseud. See Poor, Ag- 
nes B. 
Prescott, E. Livingston, pseud. 

Apotheosis of Mr. Tyrav/ley. P929a 

Prescotts of Pamphillon. Parr. P259P 

President's daughters. Bremer. B836P 

Preston, Harriet W. 

Guardians. P938g 

Is that all? P938i 

Love in the nineteenth century. P938I 

Question of identity. P938q 

Year in Eden. P938y 

Preston, Sydney H. 

Abandoned farmer. P94ia 

Preston light. Ainsworth. A297pr 

Pretty Michal. JoRai. J74pr 

Pretty sister of Jose. Burnett. B964P 

Pretty Tory. Lincoln. L737P 

Pretty widow. Ross. R822p 
Provost, MarceL 

Frederique. P944fr 
Pr6vost d'Exiles, Antoine F. 

Story of Manon Lescaut. rP944.22s 
Price, Eleanor C. 

Heiress of the forest. P945h 

Price of a wife. Winter. W785pr 

Pride and Prejudice. Austen. A933pr 

Pride of Jennico. Castle. C352.iipr 

Pride of race. Far j eon. F229P 

Pride of Tellfair. Peake. P357pr 
Priest and the Huguenot. Bungener. 

B94i.33pr 



Prime, WilUam C. 

Old house by the river. P953 

Prime minister. Trollope. T847pr 

Primes and their neighbors. Johnston. 

j73.33Pr 
Primrose path. Oliphant. 047pr 

Prince, Mrs. Helen C. P. 

■ 

At the sign of the Silver Crescent. P955a 
Story of Christine Rochefort. P95SS 

Strongest master. P955st 

Transatlantic chatelaine. P955t 

Prince and the pauper. Twain. T96Qpr 
Prince Eugene and his times. Muhlbach. 

M9S2p 
Prince Fortunatus. Black. B627pr 

Prince Hagen. Sinclair. S6i6pr 

Prince incognito. Latimer. L357P 

Prince of Georgia, and other t.iles. Ralph. 

Ri63pr 
Prince of good fellows. Darr. B268p 

Prince of illusion, [and other stories.] 
Long. L848pr 

Prince of India. Wallace. W191P 

Princ; of Kashna. Kimball. K48P 

Prince of sinners. Oppenheim. 062pr 

Prince of the blood. Payn. P34SP 

Prince of the house of David. Ingraham. 

I52pr 
Prince Otto. Stevenson. S848P 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.4 

Prince Rupert's n.imesake. Weaver. 

W363P 

Princes of Peele. Westall. W523P 

Princess. McClellsind. M t26p 

Princess Aline. Davis. D264P 

Princess Amelie. Latimer. L357pr 

Princess Casamassima. James. J27pr 

Princess Nourmahal. Sand. S213P 
Princess of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel, and 

other tales. Zschokke. Z92P 

Princess of Cleves. Lafayette. Li6ip 

Princess of Java. Higginson. H636.44P 
Princess of Montserrat. Drysdale. D8iip 

Princess of Paris. Gunter. G977P 

Princess of the hills. Harrison. H318P 

Princess of Thule. Black. B627pri 

Princess passes. Williamson. W729pr 

Princess Sonia. Magruder. M2i2pr 

Princess Ihora. Burland. B96opr 

Princeton stories. Williams. W724P 
Prior, H. 

Estelle Russell. P958e 



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119 



Prior, James. 

Forest folk. P9S8.i2f 

Priscilla's love-story. Spofford. S762P 

Prisoner of Mademoiselle. Roberts. 

R643pr 
Prisoner of Zenda. Hope. H79ipr 

Prisoners and captives. Merriman. M57ipr 
Prisoners of conscience. Barr. B267pri 
Prisoners of hope. Johnston. J73P 

Pritchard, Mrs. K., and Pritchard, Hesketh. 

Modern mercenary. P96ini 

Private life. James. J27pri 

Private tutor. Bradford. B799P 

Private ersman. Marry at. M362pr 

Prize to the hardy. Winter. W784pr 

Pro patria. Pemberton. P395pr 

Probation. FothergilL F761P 

Problematic characters. Spielhagen. 

S753P 

Prodigal. Foote. F689P 

Prodigal son. Caine. Ci35pr 

Professor. Bronte. B869P 

Professor Lovdahl. Kielland. K45P 

Professor's daughter. Farquhar. F238P 
Progressive petticoats. Roosevelt. R779p 
Promised land. Pontoppidan. P8i8p 

Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains. 
Craddock. C884pr 

Prose poems. Turg^nieflf. in T936dr 

Prose tales. Pushkin. P988p 

Prospector. Connor. C753pr 

Prosper. Cherbuliez. C521P 

Protegee of Jack Hamlin's, and other 

stories. Harte. H327pr 

iToud prince. McCarthy. Mi23.44pr 

Provost, and other tales. Gait. Gi79p 

Prudence Palfrey. Aldrich. A365pr 

Pnic and I. Curtis. C979P 

Prusias. Eckstein. Ei9p 

Psyche of to-day. Jenkin. J51P 
Poddefoot, William G., and Rankin, Isaac 

0. 

Hewers of wood. P978h 

Pnddicombe, Mrs. Beynon — . See Raine, 

Allen. 

Pudd'nhead Wilson. Twain. T969PU 

Pudney and Walp. Bean. B366.33P 
PuUen, Mrs. Elizabeth J. 

Don Finimondone; Calabrian sketches. 

P982do 

Mr. Whitman. P982mi 



Puppet crown. MacGrath. M147P 

Puritan Bohemia. Sherwood. S554P 

Puritans. Bates. B328PU 

Puritan's wiie. Pemberton. P395pu 

Purple parasol. McCutcheon. Mi33pu 
Pursuit of the house-boat. Bangs. 

817.49 B2i6pu 

Pushkin, Aleksandr S. 

Marie. P988m 

Prose tales. P988P 

Put yourself in his place. Reade. R285PU 

Putnam, Effie D. 

Cirillo. P989C 

[Putnam, George H.] 

Artificial mother. P989.22a 

Putnam, George I. 

In blue uniform. P99ii 

On the offensive. P991 o 

Putnam, Mary. See Jacobi, Mrs. Mary P. 
Putnam, Ruth, joint author. See Church, 

Alfred J. 

Putnam Place. Collin. C711PU 

Pyeslikd£P, Alex6i M. See G6rky, Maxim. 

Psrle, Howard. 

Rejected of men. P995re 

Rose of Paradise. P995ro 

Within the capes. P995W 

Q., pseud. See Couch, Arthur T. Quiller — . 

Quabbin. Underwood. U55q 

Quaker girl of Nantucket. Lee. L48iq 

Quaker home. Tucker. T89iq 

Quaker idyls. Gardner. G228.22q 

Quakeress. Clark. C529q 

Quality Corner. Antrobus. A635.93q 

Quality of mercy. Howells. H859q 

Quartette. Gautier. G277q 

Queechy. Warner. W284q 

Queen Hortcnse. Miihlbach. M952q 

Queen Mab. Kavanagh. K22q 

Queen Money. Kirk. K59q 

Queen of curds and cream. Gerard. 

G356q 
Queen of hearts. Collins. C7i3q 

Queen of Quelparte. Hulbert. H9i2q 

Queen of Sheba. Aldrich. A365q 

Queen of the jesters. Pemberton. P395qu 
Queen of the Sv/amp, and other plain 

Americans. Catherwood. C363q 

Queen versus Billy, and other stories. Os- 

bourne. 08iq 

Queen s advocate. Marchmont. M3i8q 



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Queen's garden. Davis. 
Queen's Maries. Melville. 
Queen's necklace. Dumas. 
Queen's quair. Hewlett. 



D263q 
Ms3iq 
D886q 
H6i2q 



Queen's twin, and other stories. Jewett. 

JSPq 
Queerest man alive, and other stories. 

Hepworth. H529q 

Queiros, E^a de. 

Dragon's teeth. Q4d 

Quentin Durward. Scott. S43iq 

Quest of John Chapman. Hillis. H654q 
Question. Ebers. Ei6q 

Same. in £i6in 

Question of faith. Dougall. D73iq 

Question of identity. Preston. P938q 

Question of silence. Douglas. D733q 

Questionable shapes. Howells. HSsQqu 

Quiberon touch. Brady. B8i2q 

Quick, Herbert. 

Aladdin & Co. Q5a 

Quicksands. Streckfuss. Sgi4q 

Quiet nook in the Jura. Ruffini. R923q 
Quiet stories from an old woman's garden. 

M'Lean. Mi63.22q 

Quiller-Couch, Arthur T. See Couch, Ar- 
thur T. Quiller— . 
Quincy, Edmund. 

Haunted adjutant, and other stories. Q6h 

Wensley, and other stories. Q6w 

Quincy, Josiah P. 

Peckster professorship; [stories.] Qjp 
Quincy Adams Sawyer. Pidgin. P6i2q 

Quintus Claudius. Eckstein. EiQq 

Quisante. Hope. H79iq 

Quite another story. Ingelow. I46q 

Quits. Tautphoeus. T22gq 

Quixstar. Taylor. T239.22q 

"Quo vadis." Sienkiewicz. S572q 

Rab and his friends. Brown. B878r 

Rabbi and priest. Goldsmith. G623r 

Rabusson, Henry. 

Madame d'Orgevaut's husband. Rii7m 
Race for wealth. Riddell. R542r 

Rachel. Findlater. F495r 

Rachel Armstrong. Woollty. Wgiar 

Rachel Gray. Kavanagh. K22r 

Rachel Marr. Roberts. R647r 

Rachel Ray. Trollope. T847r 

Rachel Stanwood. Morse. MSBsr 

Rachel's share of the road. Hamilton. 

H2i9r 



RadclifFe, Mrs. Ann W. 

Mysteries of Udolpho. 
Raffles. Hornung. 
Rafil^s Haw. Doyle. 
Ragged lady. Howells. 
Raiders. Crockett. 



Ri25m 
H8i6r 

D754do 
H859r 
C938r 



Railway man and his children. Oliphant 

047r 
Raimond, C. E., pseud. See Robins, Eliza- 
beth. 
Raimurd, Golo, pseud. 

From hand to hand. Ri53.22f 

Rainbow chasers. Whitson. W624r 

Rainbow gold. Murray. MgSir 

Raine, Allen, pseud. 

By Berwen banks. Ri54b 

Torn sails. Ri54t 

Raine, William M. 

Daughter of Raasay. RiSSd 

Rajah's heir. X39r 

Raleigh Westgate. Johnson. J67.22r 

Ralph, Julian. 

Alone in China, and other stories. Ri63a 

Angel in a web. Ri63an 

People we pass; [stories.] R163P 

Prince of Georgia, and other tales. Ri63pr 

Ralph the heir. Irollope. T847ra 

Ralstons. Crawford. C899r 

Rambling rector. Alexander. A375r 

Rambling story. Clarke. C599r 

Ram6e, Louise de la. See Ouida. 

Ramona. Jackson. Ji2r 

Ramuntcho. Loti. L883r 

Rand, Edward A. 

Down East master's first school. Ri86d 
Rangers. Thompson. T47ir 

Rankell's remains. Wendell. W469r 

Rankin, Isaac O., joint author. See Pudde- 

foot, Wiliam G. 
Ranson's folly. Davis. D264r 

Ranthorpe. Lewes. L67ir 

Raphael. Lamartine. L2i7r 

Rapin. Stacpoole. S776r 

Rarahu. Loti. L883ra 

Raspe, Rudolph E. 
Travels and surprising adventures of 
Baron Munchausen. R226t 

Rasselas, prince of Abyssinia. Johnson. 

J69r 
Same. in 824 . 63 wm v. i 

Rathbone, Mrs. Anne M. See Manning, 
Anne. 



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Rau, Heribert. 

Mozart. R239m 

Ravanels. Dickson. I^554r 

Ravenshoe. Kingsley. Ks6r 

Rawson, Mrs. Stepney. 

Lady of the regency. R262I 

Ray, Anna C. 

By the good Sainte Anne. R263b 

Dominant strain. R263do 

Raymond, Grace. 

How they kept the faith. R269h 

Raymond, Walter. 

Charity Chance. R273C 

Fortune's darling. R273f 

Gentleman Upcott's daughter. R273g 

In the smoke of war. R273i 

"Love and quiet life." R273I 

Tangled web. R273t 

Tryphena in love. R273tr 

Two men o' Men dip. R273tw 

Young Sam and Sabina. R273y 

Rayner, £ninia« 

Free to serve. R275f 
Handicapped among the free. R275h 

In castle and colony. R275i 

Rayner, Olive P., pseud. Sec Allen, Grant. 

Ray's daughter. King. K52r 

Read, Opie. 

Harkriders. R284h 

Jucklins. R284JU 

Kentucky colonel. R284ke 

Len Gansett. R284le 

My young master. R284my 

Old Ebenezer. R2840I 

Starbucks. R284st 

Waters of Caney Fork. R284wa 

Yankee from the West. R284ya 

Read, Opie, and Pixley, Frank. 
Carpet-bagger. R284. i ic 

Reade^ Charles. 

Christie Johnstone. R285C 

Cloister and the hearth. R.285CI 

Griffith Gaunt. R285g 
Hard cash, ?nd Wandering heir. R285h 

It is never too late to mend. R285i 

Love mc little, love me long. R285I 

Peg Woffington. R285P 

Put yourself in his place. R285PU 

Simpleton. R285S 

Terrible temptation. R285t 

White lies. R285W 

Woman hater. R28SW0 



Reade, Charles, and Boucicault, Dion. 

Foul play. R285.iif 

Ready-money Mortiboy. Besant and Rice. 

B554.iir 
Real folks. Whitney. W6i7r 

Real thing, and other tales. James. J27r 
Rcalmah. Helps. H484r 

Reaper. Rickert. P.538r 

Reata. Gerard. G357r 

Rebecca of SunnybrooK farm. Wiggin. 

W655re 
Rebel. Watson. W338r 

Rebel queen. Besaut. B554r 

Rebellion of the orinces?. Taylor. T244re 
Rebellious heroine. Bangs. B2i6r 

Recipe for diamonds. Hyne. H997r 

Reckless character, and other stories. Tur- 
. genieff. * T936r 

Recollections of Geoffry Hamlyn. Kings- 
ley. K56re 
Recreations of the German emigrants. 
Goethe. in r838.62 G684W v.3 
Rector and the doctor's family. Oliphant. 

047re 
Red badge of courage. Crane. CSgar 

Red Beauty. Stoddard. S869C 

Red-bridge neighborhood. Pool. P82ir 
Red cap and blue jacket. Dunn. D92ir 
Red cockade. Weyman. W549re 

Red diamonds. McCarthy. Mi23r 

Red Head. Lloyd. L792re 

Red-headed Gill. Owen. 096.22re 

Red House. Nesbit. N458re 

Rcd-keggers. Thwing. T549.22r 

Red men and white. Wister. W8i7r 

Red Poocher. MacManus. Mi67.32r 

Red pottage. CholmonSeley. C547r 

Red republic. Chambers. C445r 

Red Rock. Page. Pi33re 

Red route. Sime. S589r 

Red Rover. Cooper. C777r 

Red rov/ans. Steel. S8i3rc 

Red shirts. Hamblen. Hi99re 

Red Spider. Gould. G698r 

Red star. McManus. Mi67.22r 

Red triangle. Morrison. M878r 

Red wallflower. Warner W284r 

Redemption of David Corson. Goss, 

G677r 
Redfields succession. Boone and Brown. 

B724re 
Redgauntlet. Scott. S43ir 



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Reds of the Midi. Gras. G767T 

Redskins. Cooper. C777re 

Reed, Frederic A. 

Boy-Lollard. R323b 

Reed, Myrtle. 
Lavender and old lace. R325I 

Master's violin. R325m 

Shadow of victory. R325sh 

Rees, Claude A. 

Chun Ti-kung. R328C 

Reeves, Mrs. Helen B. M. See Mathers, 

Helen B. 
Reflections of a married man. Grant. 

G764r 
Reflections of Ambrosine. Glyn. Gs68re 
Refugees. Doyle. D7S4rc 

Regent's daughter. Dumas. D886r 

Regimental legends. Winter. W785rje 

Regina. Sudermann. S943r 

Reginald Archer. Crane. C888.22r 

Reginald Dalton. Lockhart. L8i6r 

Reginald Hetheregc. Kingsley. K56reg 
Reichenbach, Moritz von, pseud. 

Eichhofs. R35ie 

Reid, Christian, pseud. 

Bonny Kate. R353b 

Comedy of elopement. R353C 

Heart of steel. R353h 

Land of the sun. R353I 

Roslyn's fortune. R353r 

Reign of law. Allen. A427f 

Reign of Queen Isyl. Burgess and Irwin. 

B955.22r 

Rejected of men. Pyle. PPQSre 

Release. Yongc. Y56r 

Relentless city. Benson. B475r 

Remarkable history of Sir Thomas Upmore. 

Blackmore. B629r 

Rembrandt. Larned. L326r 

Remedy for love. Kirk. Ksgr 

Remember the Alamo. Barr. B267r 

Remington, Frederic. 

John Ermine of the Yellowstone. R388J0 

Men with the bark on; [stories.] R388m 

Sundown Lefiare; [stories.] R388S 

Reminiscences of a Highland parish. Mac- 

leod. Mi65r 

Rent in a cloud. Lever. L658r 

Renunciations. Wedmore. in W393pa 

Reproach of Annesley. Gray. G78ir 

Republic without a president, and other 

stories. Ward. WasSr 



Reputed changeling. Yonge. 
Rescue. Sedgwick. 
Residuary legatee. Stimson. 
Resurrection. Tolstoi. 



Y56rc 
S447r 
S859r 
T654r 



Return. MacGowan and Cooke. 

Mi46.iire 
Return of Sherlock Holmes. Doyle. 

D754rel 
Return of the native. Hardy. H272r 

Return of the O'Mahony. Frederic. F8s2r 
Reuben Sachs. Levy. L668r 

Renter, Fritz. 

In the year '13. R447i 

Old story of my farming days. R447 o 
Revelation of herself. Sanborn. SiQQr 

Revenge. Barr. B268r 

Reverberator. James. J27re 

Revolt of a daughter. Kirk. Kspre 

Revolt of man. Besant. B554re 

Revolution in Tanner's Lane. Rutherford. 

R975r 
Revolutionary love-story. Kirk. Ksgrev 
Reynolds, Mrs. L. Baillie. See Robins, G. 

M. 
Rhoades, Walter C. 

Story of John Trevennick. R474S 

Rhoda Fleming. Meredith. Ms.sgr 

Rhone, Mrs. Rosamond D. 

Days of the Son of Man. R478d 

Rhoscomyl, Owen. 

For the white rose of Arno. R479f 

Rhymer. McAulay. Mii7r 

Rhjm, Grace. 

Wooing of Sheila. R481WO 

Ribstone pippins. Gray. G7Siri 

Rice, Mrs. Alice C. H. 

Lovey Mary. R495I0 

Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch. 

R495mi 

■ Sandy. R495S 

Rice, James, joint author. See Besant, Sir 

Walter. 
Richard Cable. Gould. G698ri 

Richard Carvel. Churchill. Cs63r 

Richard Edney and the governor's family. 

Judd. J92r 

Richard Feverel. Meredith. M559 or 

Richard Hurdis. Simms. S594r 

Richard Rosny. Gray. G78iric 

Richard Yea-and-nay. Hewlett. H612I 

Richards, Mrs. Laura E. H. 

Geoffrey Strong. R5i7g 



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123 



Richards, Mrs. Laura E. H. 




Right princess. Burn ham. 




B966r 


Jim of Hellas, and Bethesda Pool. R517J 


Riis, Jacob A. 






Love and rocks. 


RST7I0 


Children of the tenements; [stories.] 


Marie. 


R5i7m 






R574C 


Mrs. Tree; sequel to Geoffrey Strong. 


Out ofMuIberry Street; [stories.] R5740 




R5i7mi 


Riley, James W. 






Richardson, Sir Benjamin W. 




Sketches in prose. in 811.47 R573po v.2 


Son of a star. 


R52IS 


Rinder, Edith W., tr. 






Richardson, SamueL 




Massacre of the innocents, 


and other 


Clarissa Harlowe; ed. by M 


[rs. Ward. 
R522C 


9 

tales by Belgian writers. 
Ring, Max. 




Z729m 


History of Clarissa Harlowe. Sv. 


John Milton and his times. 




R581J 




R522h 


Ring of Amasis. Lytton. 




Looor 


History of Sir Charles Grandison. 4v. 


Ringby lass, and other stories. 


Beaumont 




K522hi 






B379ri 


Pamela. 3v. 


R522P 


Rise of Iskander. BeaconsAeld. 




Sir Charles Grandison. 


R522S 


in 1 


r823.86w v.4 


Richmond, Grace S. 




Rise of Ruderick Clowd. Fly 


nt. 


F648ri 


Indifference of Juliet. 


R533in 


Rise of Silas Lapham. Howells. 


• 

H859ri 


Richter, Jean P. F. 




. 






Campaner Thai, and other 


writings. 

R535C 


Risley, Richard V. 

Men's tragedies; [stories.] 




R595m 


Flower, fruit and thorn pic 


ces. R535f 


' Rita, pseud. 






Hesperus. 


R535h 


Asenath of the Ford. 




R598a 


Invisible lodge. 


R535i 


Gender in satin. 




R598« 


Titan. 


R535t 


Husband of no importance. 




R598h 


Kickert, Edith. 




Man in possession. 




R598ra 


Reaper. 


R538r 


Master Wilberforce. 




R598ma 


Ricroft of Withens. Sutcliffe. 


S965r 


Ritchie, Mrs. Annie I. T. See 


Thackeray, 


Riddell, Mrs. Charlotte E. L. 




Anne I. 






Far above rubies. 


R542f 


Rivals. Coppee. 




C785r 


George Geith of Fen Court. 


R542g 


River. Phillpotts. 




P564ri 


Maxwell Drewitt. 


R542m 


River syndicate, and other stories. 


Carryl. 


Mortomley's estate. 


R542mo 






C32ori 


Race for wealth. 


R542r 


Rivers, George R. R. 






Rusty sword. 


RS42ru 


Captain Shays, a populist of 


1786 


. R621C 


Kideing, WiUiam H. 




Count's snuff-box. 




R621CO 


Little upstart. 


R543I 


River's children. Stuart. 




S932ri 


Ridge, W. Pett. 




Rives, HalUe E. 






Breaker of laws. 


R544b 


Castaway. 




R623C 


"Erb." 


RS44er 


Hearts courageous. 




R623h« 


Second opportunity of Mr. 


Staplehurst. 


Riverson. Bumstead. 




B939r 




R544S 


Rizpah's heritage. Conklin. 




C75ir 


Son of the state. 


R544S0 


Road to Frontenac. Merwin. 




M576ro 


Rienzi. Lytton. 


LpgSr 


Road to Paris. Stephens. 




S835ro 


Riggs, Mrs. Kate D. S. W. 


See Wiggin, 


Road to Ridgeby's. Harris. 




H3i3r 


Mrs. Kate D. S. 




Rob and Kit. [Whitaker.] 




W577r 


"Right honourable." McCarthy and Praed. 


Rob of the Bowl. Kennedy. 




K34r 




Mi23.iir 


Rob Roy. Scott. 




S43iro 


Right of way. Parker. 


P239r 


Robber count. Wolff. 




W8s7r 


Right one. Schwartz. 


S399r 


Robbery under arms. Boldrewood 


B687r 



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Robb's Island wreck, and other stories. 


• 

Spun-yarn; sea stories. 


R652SP 


Meekins. 


M494r 


"Where angels fear to tread," 


and other 


Robert Annys, poor priest. Meyer. 


tales of the sea. 


R652W 




M6i2.3ir 


Robespierre. Galdemar. 


Gi49r 


Robert Aske. Pollard, 


P772r 


Robin. Parr. 


P259r 


Robert Cavelier. Orcutt. 


064r 


Robin Brilliant. Dudeney. 


D845ro 


Robert Elsmere. Ward. 


W26iro 


Robins, Elizabeth. 




Robert Falconer. Macdonald. 


Mi35r 


Dark lantern. 


R657d 


Robert HelmonL Diudct. in r 


843. 88 w V.4 


George Mandeville's husband. 


R657ge 


Robert Orange. Hobbes. 


H682r 


Magnetic North. 


R657m 


Robert Tournay. Sage. 


Si29r 


New moon. 


R657ne 


Roberts, Charles G. D. 




Open question. 


R6570P 


Barbara Ladd. 


R643ba 


Robins, G. M., pseud. 




By the marshes of Minas; 


[stories.] 


Ides of March. 


R658i 




R643by 


Robinson, Mrs. Albert A. See 


Anrrobus, 


Earth's enigmas. 


R643e 


Mrs. Suzanne. 


• 


Forge in the forest. 


R643fo 


Robinson, Charles N., and Ley land, John. 


Heart of the ancient wood. 


R643h 


For the honor of the fiag. 


R659.22f 


Prisoner of Mademoiselle. 


R643pr 


Robinson, Frederick W. 




Sister to Evangeline. 


R6433 


Memoirs of Jane Cameron, female con- 


Roberts, Charles H. 




vict. 


R659.33m 


"Down the O-hi-o." 


R643.22d 


Robinson, Harry P. 




Roberts, Margaret 


• 


Men born equal. 


R66im 


Atelier du Lys; same as Nob! 


esse oblige. 


Robinson, Rowland E. 






R646a 


Danvis folks. 


R663d 


Banning and blessing. 


R646b 


Danvis pioneer. 


R663da 


Child of the revolution. 


R646C 


Hero of Ticonderoga. 


R663h 


Denise. 


R646d 


Out of bondage, and other stories. 


Fiddler of Lugau. 


R646f 




R663 ou 


In the olden time. 


R646i 


Sam Lovel's boy. 


R663S 


Little step-daughter. 


R646li 


Sam Lovel's camps: sequel 


to Uncle 


Madame Fontenoy. 


R646m 


Lisha's shop. 


R663sa 


Noblesse oblige; same as Atelier du Lys. 


Uncle Lisha's outing. 


R663U 




R646n 


Uncle Lisha's shop. 


R663un 


On the edge of the storm. 


R646 


Robinson Crusoe. De Foe. 




Roberts, Morley. 




in 823. 5 1 no v.7 


Colossus. 


R647C 


Roche, Regina M. 




In low relief. 


R647i 


Children of the abbey. 


R673C 


King Billy of Ballarat, and other stories. 


Rockhaven. Munn. 


M966ro 




R647k 


Rockwocd, Mrs. Caroline W. 




Lady Penelope. 


R647I 


In Biscayne Bay. 


R68ii 


Rachel Marr. 


R647r 


Rod, Edouard. 




Son of empire. 


R647SO 


Pastor Naudie's young wife. 


R68SP 


Robertson, Harrison. 




Sacrifice of silence. 


R685S 


Opponents. 


R651 op 


Roden's corner. Merriman. 


M57iro 


Robertson, Margaret M. 




Roderick Hudson. James. 


j27ro 


Eunice. 


R65i.22e 


Roderick Random. Smollett. 


S666r 


Janet's love and service. 


R651.22J 


Roderick Taliaferro. Cook. 


C7rTro 


Robertson, Morgan. 




Rodman the keeper. Woolson 


W9i6f 


Masters of men. 


R652m 


Rodney, George B. 




Sinful Peck. 


R652si 


In buff and blue. 


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125 



Rodney Stone. Doyle. D754ro 

Roe, Azel S. 

James Mont joy. R698J 

Like and unlike. R698I 

Long look ahead. R698I0 

Time and tide^ and Sacrifice. R698t 

Roe, Edward P. 

Barriers burned away. R699b 

Day of fate. R699d 

Driven back to Eden. R699dr 

Earth trembled. R699e 

Face illumined. "RfjOgf 

From jest to earnest. R699fr 

He fell in love with his wife. R699h 

His sombre rivals. R699hi 

Knight of the nineteenth century. R699k 
Miss Lou. R699m 

Nature's serial story. Rdgpn 

Near to nature's heart. R699ne 

Opening a ch#»stnut bnrr. R699 o 

Original belle. R69Q or 

Roger Berkeley's probation. Campbell. 

Ci88r 
Roger Drake, captain of industry. Web- 
ster. W379ro 
Rogers, Anna A. 
Peace and the vices. R724P 
Sw^eethcarts and wives. R724S 
Rogers, Robert C. 

Will o' the Wasp. R728W 

Rogue's march. Hornung. H8i6ro 

Rohlfs, Mrs. Anna K. G. See Green, An- 
na K. 
Roland Blake. Mitchell. M682r 

Roland Cashel. Lever. L658ro 

Roland of Altenburg. Woolley. W9i3.22ro 
Rolling stone. Sand. in 843.82m v. 15-16 
Rollins, Mrs. Alice W. 

Three Tetons. R753t 

Rollins, Clara S. 
Burne-Jones head, and ether .sketches. 

R753.22b 
Roman Biznet. Pangborn. PiQiro 

Roman road. Zack. Zi7ro 

Roman singer. Crawford. CSggro 

Romance. Conrad and HuefFer. C754.22r 
Romance of a mummy. Gautier. G277r 
Romance of a poor young man. Feuillet. 

F426r 
Romance of a shop. Levy. L668ro 

Romance of a Spahi. Loti. L883ro 



Romance of a transport. Russell. R968ro 
Romance of an honest woman. Cherbuliez. 

C52ir 
Romance of an old fool. Field. F456ro 
Romance of Canvas Town. Boldrewood. 

B687ro 
Romance of Dijon. Edwards. E26r 

Romance of Dollard. Catherwood. C363r 
Romance of Jenny Harlowe, and sketches 

of maritime life. Russell. R968rom 

Romance of Leonardo da Vinci. Mcrej- 

kowski. M56ir 

Romance of Piscator. Lanier. L288ro 

Romance of the canoness. Heyse. H62ir 
Romance of two w')rlds. Corclli. C797r 
Romance of Trouville. Brehat. B834r 

Romance of war. Grant. G762r 

Romance of Zion Chapel. Le Gallicnne. 

L496r 
Romances of the East. Gobineau. G575r 
Romances of the law. Francillon. F8i6r 
Romantic fiction. La Motte Fouque. L235r 
Romantic tales. Mulock. Mgsgr 

Romantic young lady. Grant. G764ro 

Romany of the snows. Parker. P239ro 
Romany Rye. Borrow. B737r 

Rome. Zola. Z86ro 

Rommany Stone. Yoxall. Y83ro 

Romola. Eliot. E42r 

Ronald Carnaquay. Gilman. G487ro 

Rood, Henry E. 

Hardwicke. R776h 

Roosevelt, Robert B. 

Love and luck. R779I 

Progressive petticoats. R779P 

Root-bound, and other sketches. Cooke. 

C773r 
Rory O'More. Lover. Lgiir 

Rosalba. Allen. A425r 

Rosalynde's lovers. Thompson. T474r 

Roscoe, Thomas, tr. 

German novelists. 4v. Z735g 

Italian novelists. 4v. Z735i 

Rose k Charlitte. Saunders. S257r 

Rose and Ninette. Daudet. in r843.88w v.io 
Rose and the ring. Thackeray. T363r 
Ro«ie-biish of Hildeshcim. Waller. Wi98r 
Rose d'Albret. James. J26r 

Rose-garden. Peard. P359r 

Rose Island. Russell. R968ros 

Rose Leblanc. Fullerton. F97ir 



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Rose of a hundred leaves. Barr. B267TO 
Rose of Dutch^r's Coolly. Garland. G233r 
Rose of joy. Find later. F4g6r 

Rose of Normandy. Wilson. .W754ro 

Rose of old St. Louis. Dillon. DSTSro 

Rose of Paradise. Pyle. PpPSro 

Rose of the World. Castle. C352.iiro 

Rose of yesterday. Crawford. inCSggad 
Rose Turquand. Hopkins. H793r 

Roseboro', Viola. 

Joyous heart. R798J0 

Rosegger, Petri K. 
Earth and the fullness thereof. R799e 
Forest schoolmaster. R790f 

God seeker. R799g 

Roses of shadow. Sullivan. Sgsar 

Roslyn's fortune. Reid. R353r 

Ross, Charles H. 
London romance. R822I 

Pretty widow. R822p 

Ross, Clinton. 

Bobbie McDuff. R823b 

Improbable tales. R823i 

Scarlet coat. R823SC 

Zuleka. R823Z 

Ross, Martin, pseud., joint author. See 

Somerville, Edith CE. 
Rossiter, Wiliam H. 
Accidental romance, and other stories. 

R835a 

Rouge et noir. About. Ai56r 

Round Anvil Rock, Banks. . B2i8ro 

Round the galley fire. Russell. R968rou 

Round the moon. Verne. in V53ifr 

Round the red lamp. Doyle. D754rou 
Rouse, Adelaide L. 

Under my own roof. R863un 
Rousing of Mrs. Potter, and other tales. 

Smith. S648r 
Rousselet, Louis. 

Tale of the Indian mutiny. R868t 

Roweny in Boston. Pool. P82iro 
Roxana. De Foe. in 823 51 no v.4 

Roxy. Eggleston. E29r 
Roy, John, pseud. 

Helen Treveryan. R887h 

Royal favor. Wallis. W2i4r 

Royal gentleman. Tourgee. T727r 

Royal Marine. Matthews. M439r 
Royce, Josiah. 

Feud of Oakfield Creek. R888f 



Roy's wife. Melville. M53ir 

Rubicon. Benson. 6475111 

Rudder Grange. Stockton. S866r 
Rudder Grangers abroad, and other stories. 

Stockton. S866ru 

Rudin. TurgcnieflF. TgjSr 

Same. T936ru 
Ruffin, Mrs. Margaret E. Heuir — ^. 

North Star. R922n 
RulBni, Giovanni D. 

Carlino, and other stories. R923C 

Doctor Antonio. R923d 

Lavinia R923I 

Lorenzo Benoni. R923]o 

Paragreens on a visit to Paris. R923P 

Quiet nook in the Jura. R923q 

Vincenzo. R923V 

Rulers of kmgs. Atherton. A868r 

Ruling passion. Van Dyke. V21ST 

Rumour. Shcppard. S549r 

Runaway Browns. Bunner. B3i2r 

Runkle, Bertha. 

Helmet of Navarre. R942h 

Running the gauntlet. Yates. Y32r 
Rupert, by the grace of God. McChesney. 

Mi25r 

Rupert of Hentzau. Hope. H79iru 
Russell, Chares W. 

Fall of Damascus. R96if 
Russell, George W. R, and Sichel, Edith H. 

Woodhouse correspondence. R963.22W 

Russell, W. Clark. 

Captain Fanny. R968C 

Captain's wife. R968ca 

Ccpsford mystery. R968CO 

Cruise of the Pretty Polly. R968cr 

Emigrant ship. R968em 

Frozen pirate. R968fr 

Good ship Mohock. R968go 

Honour of the flag; [stories.] Rr/68ho 

In the middle watch; [stories.] R968in 

Jack's courtship. R968ja 

List, ye landsmen! R9681i 

Marooned. R968m 

Mate of the good ship York. R968ma 

My Danish sweetheart. R968my 

Mystery of the "Ocean Star." R968mys 

On the foVsle head; [stories.] R968 on 

Romance of a transport. R968ro 
Romance of Jenny Harlowe, and sketches 

of maritime life. R968rom 



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RimmU, W. Clark. 
Rose Island. R968ros 

Round the g^aliey fire; [stories.] R968rou 
Sailor's sweetheart. R968sa 

Sea queen. R968se 

Tragedy of Ida Noble. R968tr 

Two captains. R968tw 

What cheer? R968wh 

Wreck of the Grosvenor. RgdSwr 

Russell. James. J26ru 

Russian priest. Potapenko. PSSQr 

Russian proprietor, and other stories. Tols- 
toi. T6S4ru 
Rusty linchpin. Kokhanovsky. K79r 
Rusty sword. Riddell. R542ru 
Ratherford, Mark, pseud. 
Autobiography of Mark Rutherford. 

R975a 

Catharine Furze. R975C 

Clara Hopgood. R975cl 

Mark Rutherford's deliverance; being the 

second part of his autobiography. 

R97Sm 
Revolution in Tanner's Lane. R975r 

Rutledge. Harris. H3i5r 

Ryan, Mrs. Marah £. M. 

Squaw Elouise. R989S 

Rydberg, Viktor. 

Singoalla. R992S 

Ryle's open gate. Moore. M823r 

S., D. T., pseud. See Balch, Elizabeth. 
S., J., of Dale, pseud. See Stimson, Freder- 
ick J. 
Sabatini, Rafael. 

Suitors of Yvonne. Si 13s 

Sabina Zembra. Black. B627S 

Sable cloud. [Adams.] A215.22S 

Sack of Monte Carlo. Frith. F919.22S 

Sacred fount. James. J27S 

Sacrifice of silence. Rod. R685S 

Sacrifice of the Shannon. Hickman. H627S 
Safford, Mary J., joint author. See Hillern, 

Frau Wilhelmine von. 
Sage, William. 
Claybornes. S129C 

Robert Tour nay. Si29r 

Sage of sixteen. Walford. W174S 

Saghalien convict, and other stories. Ko- 

rolenko. K84S 

Said the fisherman. Pickthall. P598S 

Sailor's sweetheart. Russell. R968sa 



Saint. Bourget. 
St. Cedd's cross. Cutts. 
St. Dunstan's clock. Ward. 
Saint Eva. Pain. 



B772S 

C992S 

W257S 

P143S 



St. George and St. Michael. Macdonald. 

M135S 
St. Ives. Stevenson. S848S 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.21 

Saint James's. Ainsworth. A297S 

St. John's eve, and other stories. Gogol. 

G613S 
St. John's wooing. McClelland. M126S 
St. Johnston, Alfred. 

South Sea lover. S143S 

St. Katherine's by the Tower. Besant. 

B554S 
St. Martin's summer. Brewster. B848S 
Saint Michael. Werner. W492S 

St. Patrick's eve. Lever. L658S 

St. Paul press club. 

Stories told for revenue only. Z755S 

St. Peter's umbrella. Mikszath. M637S 
Saint-Pierre, Jacques H. B. de. 

Paul and Virginia. S149P 

St Ronan's Well. Scott. S431S 

Saintine, Joseph X. Boniface, called. 

Dame Nature and her three daughters. 

S257d 
Picciola. S257P 

Sala, George A. 

Seven sons of mammon. Si 59s 

Salammbo. Flaubert. F587S 

Salem Chapel. Oliphant. O47S 

Salem Kittredge, and other stories. Perry. 

P461S 
Sally Dows, and other stories. Harte. 

H327S 
Sally, Mrs. Tubbs. Sidney. S569S 

Sally of Missouri. Young. Y75S 

Salome Shepard, reformer. Winslow. 

W779S 

Salt master of Liineburg. Wolff. W857S 

Salted with fire. Macdonald. Mi35sa 

Saltus, Edgar E. 

Eden. Si8ie 

Mr. Incoul's misadventure. Si8im 

Salvage. Latimer. L357S 

Sam Lovel's boy. Robinson. R663S 

Sam Lovel's camps. Robinson. R663sa 
Samantha among the colored folks. Hol- 
Icy. 817.45 H738SC 



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Samantha at Saratoga. Holley. 

817.49 H758SS 
Samantha at the St. Louis exposition. Hol- 
ley. 817.49 H738ssa 
Samantha in Europe. Holley. 

817.49 H738SC 
Samantha on the race problem. Holley. 

817.49 H738SC 
Sampleton, Samuel, pseud. See Monti, 

Luigi. 
Sam's sweetheart. Mathers. M427S 

Samuel Brohl and company. Cherbuliez. 

C52IS 

Samuel Titmarsh and the great Hoggarty 

diamond. Thackeray. 'r363m 

San Salvador. Tincker. T587S 

Sanborn, Edwin W. 

People at Pisgah. S197.22P 

Sanborn, Kate. 
Abandoning an adopted farm. 817.49 S198 
Adopting an abandoned farm. 

817.49 Si98a 
Sanborn, Mrs. Mary P. 

Paula Ferris. Si99p 

Revelation of herself. Si99r 

Sanctuary. Wharton. W553S 

Sand, George, pseud. 
Antonia. S2i3a 

Bagpipers. S2i3b 

Consuelo. S213C 

Countess Rudolstadt; sequel to Consuelo. 

S213CO 
Devil's Pool. S2i3d 

Fanchon the Cricket. S2i3f 

Francois the waif. S2i3fr 

Gallant lords of Bois-Dore; same as 
Beaux messieurs de Bois-Dore. 2v. 

S2i3g 

Master mosaic-workers. S23im 

Masterpieces. 20v. 843.82m 

V. I. Indiana. 

V. 2-4. Consuelo. 

V. 5-6. Sin of Monsieur Antoine, and 

Leone Leoni. 
V. 7-8, Piccinino, and Last of the Al- 

dinis. 
V. 9-10. Beaux messieurs de Bois- 
Dore; same as Gallant lords of Bois- 
Dore. 
V. 11-12. Snow man. 
V. 13. Antonia. 



V. 14. Nanon. 

V. 15-16. Rolling stone. Handsome 

Laurence, and Germandre family. 
V. 17. Marquis de Villemer. 
V. 18. Valentine. 
V. 19. Mauprat 

V. 20. She and he, Lavinia, and Mem- 
oir by J. A. Burgin. 

Mauprat. S2i3ma 

Miller of Angibault. S2i3mi 

Monsieur Sylvestre. S2i3mo 

Nanon. S2i3n 

Princess Nourmahal. S213P 

Snow man. S213S 

Sand V bushes. Pool. P821S 

Sandburrs. Lewis. L673S 
Sandeau, Jules. 

Catharine. S214C 

Madeleine. S2i4m 
Sanderson, James G. 

Cornell stories. S216C 

Sandra Belloni. Meredith. M559S 

Sandy. Rice. R495S 

Sane lunatic. Burnham. B966S 

Sant' Ilario. Crawford. C899S 

Santa Claus's partner. Page. Pi33sa 
Sappho. Daudet. in r843.88w v.23 
Sappho of Green Springs, and other stories. 

Harte. H327sa 

Saracinesca. Crawford. C899sa 
Saracinesca series. See Crawford, F. Mar- 
ion. 

Saragossa. Perez Galdos. P438S 

Sarah. Christian. C5545 

Sarah Tuldon, a woman who had her way. 

Agnus. A274S 

Sarchedon. Melville. M531S 

Sardia. Daniels. D185S 
Sargent, Epes. 

Peculiar. S244P 

Sarita the Carlist. Marchmont. M3i8sa 
Sartoris, Mrs. Adelaide K. 
Week in a French country house. S251W 

Satanella. Melville. M53isa 

Satanstoe. Cooper. C777S 

Saunders, John. 

Israel Mort, overman. S255i 

Noble wife. S255n 

Shipowner's daughter. S255S 
Saunders, Katfaerine. 

Diamonds in darkness. S256d 



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Saunders, Katharine. 

Gideon's Rock, and other tales. 82568^ 

High Mills. S256h 

Joan Merry weather, and other tales. 

S2s6j 

Sebastian. S2569 
Saunders, Margaret Marshall 

Beautiful Joe. 82575 

Rose a Charlitte. 8257r 
Saunders, Ripley D. 

John Kenadie. 8258J 
Savage, Minot J. 

Bluffton. 8264b 
Savidge, Eugene C. 

American in Paris. 8267a 

Savrola. Churchill. C564S 
Sawyer, Josephine C. 

All's fair in love. 82713 

Every inch a king. 82716 

Saxe Holm's stories. Jackson. Ji2s 

Say and seal. Warner. W284.11S 
Sayre, Theodore B. 

Son of Carleycroft. 8275.61s 

Tom Moore. S275.6ito 

Scapegoat. Caine. C13SS 
Scarfoglio, Signorina Matilde S. See Serao, 

Matilde. 

Scarlet banner. Dahn. D131SC 

Scarlet coat. Ross. R823SC 

Scarlet letter. Hawthorne. H399S 
Scarlet poppy, and other stories. Spofford. 

8762s 

Scenes and characters. Yonge. Y56S 

Scenes of clerical life. Eliot. E42S 

Scenes of Jewish life. Sidgwick. 85679 
Scheffel, Joseph V. von. 

Ekkehard. 83i6e 

Schemers. Harkins. H282S 

Schloss and town. Peard. P359s 
Schmieden, Else. See Juncker, E. 
Schobert, H. 

Picked up in the streets. S363P 

Schoenaich-Carolath, Emil, prinz von. 

Melting snows. S364m 

School for saints. Hobbes. H682S 

Schreiner, Olive. 

Dream life and real life. S378d 

Dreams. 8378dr 

Story of an African farm. 8378s 

Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland. 

8378tr 



Schubin, Ossip, pseud. 

Asbein. 83843 
Countess Erika's apprenticeship. 8384c 

Erlach Court. 83846 

Gloria victis. 8384g 

Leafless spring. 8384I 

"O thou, my Austria 1" 83840 

Our own set. 8384 ou 

Schultz, Jeanne. 

Jean de Kerdren. 8387 j 

Story of Colette. 8387s 

Schul2e-Smidt, Frau Bemhardine. 

Madonna of the Alp$. 8391m 

Vain forebodings. 8391V 

Schwartz, Jozua M. W. van der Poorten. 
See Maartens, Maarten. 

Schwartz, Julia A. 

Vassar studies. 8398.22V 

Schwartz, Mme. Marie S. B. 

Birth and education. 8399b 

Gerda. 83998 

Guilt and innocence. 8399gu 

Pight one. 8399r 

Son of the organ-grinder. 8399s 

Two family mothers. 8399t 

Wife of a vain man. 8399W 

Schwartz. Murray. M981S 

Sciob^ret, Pierre. 

Tales of country life in La Gruyere. 

S4i8t 
Scollard, Clinton. 

Man-at-arms. 8422m 

Son of a Tory. 8422s 

Scott, Hugh S. See Merriman, Henry 8. 

Scott, Leader, pseud. 

Messer Agnolo's household. 8427m 

Scott, Michael. 
Tom Cringle's log, and Cruise of the 

Midge. 8428t 

Scott, Sir Walter. 

Abbot; sequel to Monastery. 8431a 

Anne of Geierstein. 843ian 

Antiquary. 843iant 

Betrothed, and Highland widow. 8431b 
Black dwarf, and Legend of Montrose. 

843 I be 

Bride of Lammermoor. 843 ibr 

Count Robert of Paris. 8431 co 

Fair maid of Perth. S43if 

Fortunes of Nigel. 843 ifo 

Guy Mannering. 843ig 



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Scott, Sir Walter. 




Heart of Midlothian. 


S43ih 


Ivanhoe. 


S43ii 


Kenilworth. 


S43ik 


Monastery. 


843101 


Old Mortality. 


S4310 


Peveril of the Peak. 


S431P 


Pirate. 


S43ip» 


Quentin Durward. 


S43iq 


Redgauntlet 


S43^r 


Rob Roy. 


S43iro 


St. Ronan's Well. 


S4318 



Surgeon's daughter, and Cistb Danger- 
ous. S431SU 

Tales from Scott; by E. Sullivan. S43itsu 
Talisman, Two drovers, My Aunt Mar- 
garet's mirror, Tapestried chamber, and 
Death of the Laird's Jock. S43ita 

Waverley. S431W 

Woodstock. S43i>vo 

Scottish chiefs. Porter. P846S 

Scouring of the white horse. Hughes. 

H894S 

Scribner, Stories from. See stories from 
Scribner. 

Scudamores. Philips and Wills. P549.22S 

Scudder, Horace E. 
Dwellers in Five-sisters Court. S436d 
Stories and romances. S436S 

Scudder, Moses L^ jr. 

Brief honors. S436.22b 

Scudder, Vida D. 

Listener in Babel. S436.33I 

ScuUy, WilUam C. 

Kafir stories. S437k 

Scum. Valdes. V145S 

Scylla or Charybdis? Broughton. B874.22S 

Sea lady. Wells. W45Sse 

Sea lions. Cooper. C777SC 

Sea queen. Russell. R968se 

Sea turn, and other matteis. Aldrich. 

A36sse 

Sea-wolf. London. L847se 

Seaboard parish. Macdonald. Mi35se 

Sealed orders. Phelps. P538se 

Sealsfield* Charles, pseud. See Postel, 
Karl. 

Seamy side. Besant and Rice. B554.11S 
Sears, Baldwin. 
Circle in the square. S43B.22C 



Sears, Joseph H. 

Box of matches. S439bo 

None but the brave. 843900 

Seats of the mighty. Parker. P239S 

Seatsfield, pseud. See Postel, Karl. 

Seawell, MoUy E. 

Berkeleys and their neighbors. S442be 

Children of destiny. S442ch 

Fortunes of Fifi. S442fo 

Francezka. S442fr 

History of the Lady Betty Stair. S442hi 

House of Egremont S442ho 

Loves of the Lady Arabella. S442I0 

Maid Marian, and other stories. S442m 

Papa Bouchard. S442P 

Sprightly romance of Marsac. S442SP 

Strange sad comedy. 8442st 

Throckmorton. 8442th 

Sebastian. Saunders. S256S 

Sebastian Strome. Hawthorne. H398S 

Sebastopol. Tolstoi. T654S 

Same. in T654COS 

Second book of tales. Field. F454S 

Second jungle book. Kipling. K57S 

Second Mrs. Jim. Conrad. C754.33se 

Second opportunity of Mr. Staplehurst. 

R»dK«- R544S 

Second son. Oliphant and Aldrich. 

047.22se 

Second wife. Marlitt. M348S 

Second wooing of Salina Sue, and other 

stories. Stuart. S932se 

Secret of Fontaine-la-Croix. Field. F45SS 

Secret rose. Yeats. Y42S 

Secret woman. Phillpotts. P564se 

Sedgwick, Anne D. 

Confounding of Camelia. S447C 

Dull Miss Archinard. S447du 

Paths of judgement. S447P 

Rescue. S447r 

Sedgwick, Catharine M. 

Hope Leslie. S447.22h 

Lin woods. S447.22I 

Seeker. Wilson. W749se 

Seeley, Richmond, joint author. See 
Church, Alfred J. 

Seely, Howard. 

Border Leander. S452b 

Nymph of the West. S.|52n 

Seemliller, Mrs. Anne M. C. See Crane, 
Anne M. 



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Seeta. Taylor. T344.229 

Seiners. Connolly. C752.22S 
Self-denying ordinance. Hamilton. 

H219.22S 
Senancour, Etieime P. de. 

Obermann. S474 o 

Seii&tor North. Atherton. A868se 

Sense and sensibility. Austen. A933S 

Sentimental calendar. Stimson. S859S 

Sentimental journey through France and 

Italy. Sterne. S839S 

Sentimental Tommy. Barrie. B2753 

Sentimentalists. Pier. P6i53 

Septimius Felton. Hawthorne. H399se 

Sequence in hearts. Moss. M913S 

Serao, Matilde. 

Ballet dancer, and On guard. S48ib 

Land of Cockayne. S481I 

Seraphita. Balzac. B198S 

Serapis. Ebers. E169 

Sergeant, Adeline. 

Christine. S484C 

Mistress of Quest. S484m 

No saint. S484n 

Out of due season. S484 o 

Surrender of Margaret Bellarmine. S484S 

Sergeant Croesus. King. in K52cap 

Serrao, Teodoro. 

Brushes and chisels. S487b 

Set of rogues. Barrett. B273S 

Seth's brother's wife. Frederic. F852S 

Setoun, Gabriel, pseud. 

Sunshine and haar. S497S 

Settlers in Canada. Marryat. M362S 

Seven Xmas eves. Graves, and others. 

G775S 
Seven dreamers. Slosson. S634S 

Seven on the highway. Howard. H848S 
Seven sons of mammon. Sala. Si 59s 

Seven stories, with basement and attic. 

Mitchell. M679S 

Sevenoaks. Holland. H735S 

1791; a tale of San Domingo. Gilliam. 

G479.22S 
Scvera. Hartner. H333.22S 

Severance, Mark S. 

Hammersmith. S498h 

Serery, Melvin L. 

Darrow enigma. Ssiid 

Sewell, Anna. 

Black Beauty. S5i4b 



Sewell, Elizabeth M. 




Amy Herbert. 


Ssi5» 


Cleve Hall. 


SsiSc 


Earl's daughter. 


SsiSc 


Gertrude. 


SsiSg 


Ivors. 




Laneton parsonage. 


Ssisi 


Ursula. 


S51SU 


Sforza. Astor. 


A858S 



Shabby genteel story. Thackeray, in T363a 
Shackleton, Robert. 

Toomey and others; [stories.] S524t 
Shacklett. Barr. B268.62S 

Shadow of a crime. Caine. Ci35sh 

Shadow of a dream. Howells. H859S 

Shadow of a man. Hornung. HSi6s 

Shadow of the rope. Hornung. H8i6sh 
Shadow of the sword. Buchanan. B918S 

Shadow of victory. Reed. R325sh 

Shadows on the snow. Far j eon. F229S 
Shafer, Sara A. 

Beyond chance of change. S525be 

Day before yesterday. S525d 

Shandon bells. Black. B627sh 

Shape of fear, and other ghostly tales. 

Peattie. P365S 
Sharp, Wniiam. 

Gypsy Christ, and other tales. S532g 

Shaving of Shagpat. Meredith. M559sh 
Shaw, Adele M. 

Coast of freedom. S534C 
Shaw, George B. 

Cashel Byron's profession. S534.22C 

She and he. Sand. in 843.82m v.2a 

She stands alone. Ashton. A829S 

She that hesitates. Dickson. D5S4S 

She-wolves of Machecoul. Dumas. D886s 
Sheehan, Patrick A. 

Luke Delmege. SS41.22I 

My new curate. SS4i.22my 

Sheep-stealers. Jacob. JiSsh 
Sheldon, Charles M. 

In His steps. S543i 

Twentieth door. SS43t 
Sheldon, Louise V. 

I. B. D. in South Africa. SS43.22i 
SheUey, Mrs. Mary W. G. 

Frankenstein. S544f 
Shelton, Frederick W. 

Peeps from a belfry. SS44.22p 



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Shelton, William H. 
Man without a memory, and other stor- 
ies. S545ni 
Shepherd of Salisbury Plain, and other 
tales. More. M83SS 
Sheppard, Elizabeth S. 

Charles Auchester. S549C 

Counterparts. S549CO 

Rumour. S549r 

Sherburne cousins. Douglas. D733SC 

Sherburne girls. Douglas. D733sg 

Sherburne House. Douglas. D733sh 

Sherburne inheritance. Douglas. D733si 
Sherburne quest. Douglas. D733sq 

Sherburne romance. Douglas. D733sr 

Sherburne series. See Douglas, Amanda M. 
Sheringham, Hugh, and Meakin, NevilL 

Court of Sacharissa. S553.22C 

Sherlock Holmes, Adventures of. Doyle. 

D754as 
Sherlock Holmes, Memoirs of. Doyle. 

D754me 
Sherlock Holmes, Return of. Doyle. 

D754ret 
Sherman, Frank D., joint author. See 

Bangs, John K. 
Sherrods. McCutcheon. Mi33sh 

Sherwood, Margaret. 
Daphne. S554d 

Experiment in altruism. S554e; 

Henry Worthington, idealist. SS54h 

Puritan Bohemia. S554P 

Sherwood, Mrs. Mary E. W. 

Sweet-brier. S554.22S 

Sherwood, Mrs. Mary M. 

Works. i6v. S554-33W 

Sherwood, Rosina E. 

Out of town. S554.41 o 

Shiloh. Jay. J42S 

Shining ferry. Couch. C853sh 

Ship of dreams. Forsslund. F732sh 

Ship of stars. Couch. C853shi 

Shipmates in sunshine. More. M821S 

Shipowner's daughter. Saunders. S255S 
Shippen, Edward, ed. 

Christmas at sea. S556C 

Ships that pass in the night. Harraden. 

H296S 
Shipton, Helen. 

Herons. S557h 

Shirley. Bronte. B8Vjs 



Shocking example, and' other sketches. 

Baylor. B358sh 

Shoes of fortune. Munro. M969.22sn 

S^oll, Anna M. 

Law of life. S558.22I 

Port of storms. Sss8.22po 

Short-line war. Merwin and Webster. 

M576.2IS 
Short rails. Warman. W278S 

Short rations. Fish. F532S 

"Short sixes." Bunner. B942S 

Short stories. Harrison. H3i8sh 

Shorthouse, Joseph H. 

Blanche, Lady Falaise. Ssspb 

Countess Eve. S559C 

John Inglesant. S559J 

Little schoolmaster Mark. S559I 

Sir Percival. S559S 

Teacher of the violin, and other tales. 

S559t 

Shoulder-straps and sun-bonnets. Wood. 

W874.22S 

Shrewsbury. Weyman. W549sh 

Sibley, Louise L. 
Lighthouse village. S564I 

Sichel, Edith H., joint author. See Rus- 
sell. George W. E. 

Sicilian bandit. Dumas. in D886c 

Sidgwick, Mrs. Cicely U. 
Scenes of Jewish life; [stories.] S567S 

Sidney, Margaret, pseud. 

Hester, and other New England stories. 

S569h 
Pettibone name. S569P 

Sally, Mrs. Tubbs. S569S 

Sidney, Sir Philip. 

Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia. S571C 

Sidney. Deland. D337si 

Sidonie. Daudet. D238f 

Siege of Lady Resolute. Dickson. D554si 
Siege of London. James. J27si 

Siege of Norwich Castle. Blake. B636S 
Siege of York. Marshall. M366S 

Siege of youth. Charles. C476si 

Sielanka, and other stories. Sienkiewicz. 

S572S 
Sienkiewicz, Henryk. 
Children of the soil. Ss72c 

Deluge; sequel to With fire and sword. 

S572d 
Hania; [stories.] S572h 



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133 



Sienkiewicz Henryk. 

In vain. SS72i 

Knights of the cross. S572k 

Let us follow him. S572I 

Life and death, and other legends and 
stories. S572li 

Lillian Morris^ and other stories. S572lil 
On the bright shore. S5720 

Pan Michael; sequel to Deluge. S572P 
"Quo vadis." S572q 

Sielanka, and other stories. S572S 

So runs the world; [stories.] S572SO 

With fire and sword. S572W 

Without dogma. S572wi 

Yanko the musician, and other stories. 

S572y 
Sights and insights. Whitney. W617S 

Sign of the cross. Barrett. B274S 

Sign of the four, and other stories. Doyle. 

D7S4si 
Sign of the prophet. Naylor. N333S 

Sig^ of triumph. Stevens. S846si 

Signal Butte. King. in K 52tro 

Signing the contract. Finley. F513S 

Signer Monaldini's niece. Tincker. T587si 
Signora, a child of the opera house. Kobbe. 

K75si 

Signors of the night. Pemberton. P395si 
Sigourney, Mrs. Lydia H. 

Lucy Howard's journal. S579I 

Sigrid. Th6roddsen. T516S 

Sigurd Eckdal's bride. Voss. V969S 

Silas Marner. Eliot. E42si 

Silberrad, Una L. 

Petronilla Heroven. S582P 

Success of Mark Wyngate. S582SU 

Wedding of the Lady of Lovcll, and 

other matches of Tobiah's making; 

[stories.] Ss82we 

Silcote of Silcotes. Kingsley. Ks6s 

Silence, and other stories. Wilkins. W684si 

Silence of Dean Maitland. Gray. G781S 

Silence of Mrs. Harrold. Gardenhire. 

G219S 
Silent partner. Phelps. P538si 

Silent places. White. • W588.22S 

Silent singer. Morris. M875S 

Silhouettes from life. Hancock. H233.22S 
Silhouettes of American life. Davis. 

D263.22S 
Silver cord. Brooks. B872.22S 



Silver cross. Keightley. K27S 

Silver poppy. Stringer. SpiSsi 

Silver skull. Crockett. C938S 

Silvia. Kavanagh. K22S 
Sime, William. 

Red route. S589r 

Simmons, Mrs. E. Vesta S. 

Village drama. S592V 
Sinmis, William G. 

Beauchampe; sequel to Charlemont. 

S594b 

Border beagles. S594bo 

Charlemont. S594C 

Confession. S594CO 

Eutaw; sequel to Forayers. S594e 

Forayers. S594f 

Guy Rivers. S594g 

Katharine Walton. Ss94k 

Mellichampe. S594m 

Partisan. S594P 

Richard Hurdis. S594r 

Southward ho! S594S 

Vasconselos. S594V 

Wigwam and the cabin; [stories.] S594W 

Woodcraft. S594WO 

Yemassee. S594y 

Simon Dale. Hope. H79isi 
Simple adventures of a memsahib. Cotes. 

C843si 

Simpleton. Reade. R285S 

Simplicity and fascination. Bealc. B365S 

Simpson, Carnegie. 

Love never faileth. S613I 

Sin of Monsieur Antoine. Sand. 

in 843.82m v.5-6 

Sinclair, May. 

Divine fire. S6i6di 

Sinclair, Upton. 

Manassas. S6i6m 

Prince Hagen. S6i6pr 

Sinfire. Hawthorne. H398si 

Sinful Peck. Robertson. R652si 

Singer's heart. Farquhar. F238S 

Singleton, Mrs. Mary M. See Fane, Vio- 
let. 

Singoalla. Rydberg. R992S 

Singular life. Phelps. P538sin 
Singular Miss Smith. Kingsley. K55.22S 
Sinnett, Alfred P. 

Kstrma. 2v. S6i8k 

United. 2v. S6i8u 



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Sir Andrew Wylie of that ilk. Gait G179S 
Sir Brook Fossbrookc. Lever. L658si 

Sir Charles Grandison. Richardson. R522S 
Sir Chiistopher. Goodwin. G657r 

Sir George Tressady. Ward. W26isi 

Sir Gibbie. Macdonald. Mi35si 

Sir Godfrey's grand-daughters. Carey. 

C275S 
Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite. 
Trollope. T847S 

Sir Henry Morgan, buccaneer. Brady. 

B8i2si 
Sir Jasper Carew. Lever. L658sir 

Sir John and the American girl. Bell. 

B434S! 

Sir Launcelot Greaves. Smollett. S666s 

Same. S666si 

Sir Mark. Brown. B877S 

Sir Mortimer. Johnston. J 73s 

Sir Percival. Shorthouse. S559S 

Sir Robert's fortune. Oliphant. 047si 

Sir Rohan's ghost. Spofford. S762si 

Sir Theodore Broughton. Jame.«5. J26S 
Sir Thomas Upmore. Blackmore. B629r 
Siren. Trollope. T849S 

Sirius. Fowler. F785S 

Sister Jane. Harris. H314S 

Sister of a saint, and other stories. Chan- 

ning. C459S 

Sister Saint Sulpicc. Valdes. Vi45si 

Sister to Esau. Barr. B267S 

Sister to Evangeline. Roberts. R643S 

Sisters. Ebers. Ei6si 

Same. Ei6sis 

Same. in E160 

Sister's love. Heimburg. H467S 

Six Cent Sam's. Hawthorne. H398six 

Six trees. Wilkins. W684six 

Sixth sense, and other stories. Briscoe. 

B8593 
Sixty Jane. Long. L848S 

Skeel, Adelaide, and Brearley, William H. 

King Washingrton. S627.22k 

Sketches. Twain. T969sk 

Sketches by Boz. Dickens. D547S 

Sketches in lavender, blue and green. 

Jerome. J56S 

Sketches in prose. Riley. 

in 811.47 R753PO v.2 
Sketches of Irish character. Hall. H174S 



Skinner, Mrs. Henrietta D. 

Espiritu Santo. 
Skipper Worse. Kielland. 
Skipper's wooing. Jacobs. 
Skirmishing. Jenkin. 
Sky pilot. Connor. 
Slain by the Doones, and other 

Blackmore. 
Slave of the lamp. Merriman 
Slave to duty, and other women. 



S629e 

K45S 

J 17s 

J51S 

C7S3S 

stories. 

B629S 

Ms7isl 

Thanet. 

T367S 

Y56SI 

G535S 



Slaves of Sabinus. Yonge. 

Sleeping fires. Gissing. 

Sleight, Mary B. 

Island heroine. S632i 

SloBSon, Mrs. Annie T. 
Aunt Abby's neighbors. S634a 

Dumb foxglove, and other stories. S634d 
Heresy of Mehetabel Clark. S634h 

Seven dreamers; [stories.] S634S 

Small house at AUington. Trollope. 

l"^47sm 

Smart, Hawley. 
Courtship in 1720 and in i860. S636C 

Plunger. S536p 

Smedley, Frank E. 
Frank Fairlegh. S637f 

Smidt, Frau Bemhardine Schulze— . See 
Schulze-Smidt, Frau Bernhardine. 

Smith, Alexander. 
Alfred Hagart's household. S642a 

Miss Oona McQuarrie; sequel to Alfred 
Hagart's household. S642m 

Smith, Alice P. 
Legatee. S642.22le 

Off the highway. * S642.220 

Smith, Mrs. Annie S. S. See Swan, Annie 
S. 

Smith, Arthur C. 

Monk and the dancer; [stories.] S643m 

Smith, F. Hopkinson. 

At close rangt; [stories.] S647at 

Caleb West, master diver. ' S647ca 

Colonel Carter of Cartersville. S647CO 

Colonel Carter's Christmas. S647COC 

Day at Laguerre's, and other days; [stor- 
ies.] S647da 

Fortunes of Oliver Horn. S647fo 

Gentleman vagabond, and some others; 
[stories.] S647ge 

Other fellow; [stories.] S647ot 



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135 



Smith, F. Hopkinson. 




Social silhouettes. Fawcett. 


Fa788 


Tom Grogan. 


S647to 


Social strugglers. Boyesen. 


B79IS 


Under dog; [stories.] 


S647un 


Soft side. James. 


J27SO 


Smith, Gertrude. 




Soldier of Manhattan. Altsheler. A469*) 


Rousing of Mrs. Potter, and other tales. 


Soldier of the valley. Lloyd. 


L792.33S 


• 


S648r 


Soldier of Virginia. Stevenson. 


S847SO 


Smith, Hannah. See Stretton, Hesba. 


Soldiers of fortune. Davis. 


D2643 


Smith, Horace. 




Soldier's secret. King. 


K52S 


Arthur Arundel. 


S649a 


Soldiers three. Kipling. 


KS7SO 


Smith, Joseph E. 




Soltaire. Willey. 


W715S 


Oakridge. 


S6S3 


Some account of Amyot Brough. Briton. 


Smith, Minna C. 






B862S 


Mary Paget. 6654. 22m 


Some experiences of an Irish R 


. M. Som- 


Smith, Nora A. 




erville and Ross. 


S695 . 22SO 


Under the cactus flag. 


S65SU 


Some other folks. Greene. 


G8I2SO 


Smith, WiUiam H. 




Some passages in the life of 


Mr. Adam 


Evolution of Dodd. 


S664e 


Blair. Lockhart. 


L8163 


Smith Brunt. Post. 


P8563 


Some passages in the practice of Dr. Mar- 


Smith College stones. Daskam. 


D2293 


tha Scarborough. Campbell. 


Ci88s 


Smoke. Turgenieff. 


'i936s 


Some persons unknown. Hornung. H8i6so 


Smoke-eaters. O'Higgins. 


037sm 


Some women I have known. Maartens. 


Smollett, Tobias. 






Mills 


Adventures of Count Fathom. 2v. 


-S666c 


Somebody's neighbors. Cooke. 


C773S 


Adventures of Peregrine Pickle. 


4v. 


Somerville, Edith (E., and Ross, Martin, 




S666p 


pseud. 




Adventures of Roderick Random 


3v. 


All on the Irish shore; [stories.] S695.22a 




S666r 


Irish cousins. 


S695.22ir 


Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves. 


Some experiences of an Irish R. M.; 




S666s 


[stories.] 


S695.22SO 


Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greai 


res, and 


Somerville, Henry, pseud. 




History and adventures of an 


atom. 


Jack Racer. 


S696J 




S666si 


Something occurred. Farjeon. 


F229SO 


Expedition of Humphry Clinker. 


2V. 


Son of a fiddler. Lee. 


L478.439 




S666h 


Son of a prophet. Jackson. 


J11.22S 


Same; ed. by G. Saintsfbury. 2v. 




Son of .a star. Richardson. 


R521S 




S666hs 


Son of a Tory. Scollard. 


S422S 


Smuggler. James. 


J26sm 


Son of Carleycroft. Sayre. 


S27S.61S 


Snaith, John C. 

Fierceheart the soldier. 

Lady Barbarity. 

Mistress Dorothy Marvin. 
Snare of the fowler. Alexander. 
Snow-bound at Eagle's. Harte. 
Snow-image, and other twice-told 


S669f 

S669I 

S669m 

A374S 
H327sn 

[ tales. 


Son of empire. Roberts. R647SO 
Son of Gad. Steuart. S842S0 
Son of Hagar. Caine. C135SO 
Son of Issachar. Brooks. B873S 
Son of Light Horse Harry. Barnes. B261S 
Son of Royal Langbrith. Howells. H859S0 
Son of the Old Dominion. Harrison. 


Hawthorne. in 


H399h 




H318SO 


Snow man. Sand. 


S213S 


Son of the organ-grinder. Schwartz. 


Same. in 843.82m 


v.ii-12 




S399S 


Snow on the headlight. Warman. 


SV278sn 


Son of the plains. Paterson. 


P296S 


So runs the world. Sienkiewicz. 


S572SO 


Son of the soil. Oliphant. 


O47SO 


Scans, R. G. 




Son of the state. Ridge. 


R544S0 


John Gilbert, yeoman. 


S676J 


Son of the wolf. London. 


L847SO 



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Song and the singer. Burton. 


B973S0 


Spears, John R. 




Song o{ a single note. Barr. 


B267SO 


Port of missing ships, and other stories 


Sonny. Stuart. 


S932SO 


of the sea. 


S741P 


Sonny Sahib. Cotes. 


C843st 


Spectre of power. Craddock. 


C884SP 


Sons and daughters. Kiik. 


K59S 


Spell-bound fiddler. Janson. 


J34S 


Sons o' Cormac, an* tales of 


other men's 


Spell of Ashtaroth. Osborne. 


079.22s 


sons. Dunbar. 


D898S 


Spenders. Wilson. 


W749SP 


Sons of the morning. Phillpotts. P564SO 


Sphinx in Aubrey parish. Chamberlain. 


Sons of the soil. Balzac. 


B198SO 




C443.11SP 


Sons of the sword. Woods. 


W896S 


Sphinx of Eaglehawk. Boldrewood. 


Sooner or later. Brooks. 


B872.22S 




B6875 


Sophia. Weyman. 


W549SO 


Sphinx's children, and other 


people's. 


Sorrows of Satan. Corelli. 


C797S 


Cooke. 


C773SP 


Sorrows of young Werther. ( 


Goethe. 


Spicer-Jay, Edith K. See Prescott, E. Liv- 


in r838.62 G684W v.6 


ingston. 




Same. 


in G684n 


Spielhagen, Friedrich. 




Souci. Twells. 


T972S 


Hammer and anvil. 


S753h 


Soul of honor. Winter. 


W785SO 


Hohensteins. 


S753ho 


Soul of Lilith. Corelli. 


C797SO 


Problematic characters. 


S753P 


Soul of the street. Duncan. 


D912.21S0 


Through night to light. 


S753t 


Soulless singer. Lee. 


L481S 


Spindle and plough. Dudeney. 


D84SSP 


Souls of passage. Barr. 


B267SOU 


Spinoza. Auerbach. 


A917S 


Sour music. Carlyle. 


C284S 


Spirit. of an Illinois town. Catherwood. 


Sousa, John P. 




. 


C363SP 


Fifth string. 


S72SS 


Spirit of the service. Wood. 


W874.22SP 


South Sea bubble. Ainsworth. 


A297S0 


Spirite. Gautier. 


G2775 


South Sea lover. St. Johnstor 


1. S143S 


Splendid idle forties. Athcrton. 


A868sp 


Southern soldier stories. Eggl 


eston. E318 


Splendid Porsenna. Eraser. 


F841S 


Southerners. Brady. 


B8i2so 


Splendid spur. Couch. 


C853SP 


Southgate, Horatio. 




Spliced yarn. Cupples. 


C974S 


Cross above the crescent. 
Southward ho ! Simms. 
Sotnrestre, Emile. 

Chamois-hunter. 


S727C 
SS94S 

S7290 


Spofford, Mrs. Harriet E. P. 

Amber gods, and other stories. 

Azarian. 

Inheritance. 


S762a 

S762az 

S762i 


Sowers. Merriman. 


M571S0 


Maid he married. 


S762m 


Span 0* life. McLennan and 


Mcllwraith. 


Master spirit. 


S762ma 




M 163. 33s 


Priscilla's story. 


S762P 


Spanish barber. Manning. 


M283'3 


Scarlet poppy, and other stories. S762S 


Spanish match. AinswortJi. 


A297SP 


Sir Rohan's ghost. 


S762si 


Spanish Peggy. Catherwood. 


C.<63s 


That Betty. 


S762t 


Sparhawk, Frances C. 




Spoil of office. Garland. 


G233S 


Chronicle of conquest. 


S736C 


Spoils of empire. Thorpe. 


Tsi8sp 


Lazy man's work. 


S736I 


Spoils of Poynton. James. 


J227SP 


Onoqua. 


S7360 


Spoilsmen. Flower. 


F644SP 


Spearman, Frank H. 




Sport of the gods. Dunbar. 


DS99S 


Close of the day. 


S739C 


Sport royal, and other stories. 


Hope. 


Daughter of a magnate. 


S739d^ 




H791SP 


Doctor Bryson. 


S739cio 


Sporting Quixote. Laing. 


L187S 


Held for orders; I stories.] 


S739h 


Sportsman's sketches. Turg6nieff. T936SP 


Nerve of Foley, and other 1 


ailroad stor- 


Sprague, Mary A. 




ies. 


S739n 


Earnest trifler. 


S766e 



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137 



Sprightly romance of Marsac. Seawell. 

S442SP 
Spring floods. Turgenicff. T936spr 

Spring freshets, and other stories. Turge- 

niefF. T936spr 

Springhaven. Blackmore. B629SP 

Spun-yarn; sea stories. Robertson. R652SP 
Spy. Cooper. C777sp 

Square pegs. Whitney. W6i7sq 

Squatter's dream. Boldrewood. B687sq 

Squaw Elouise. Ryan. R989S 

Squire. Parr. P259S 

Squire Arden. Oliphant. 047sq 

Squire Hellman, and other stories. Aho. 

A286.22S 
Squire of low degree. Long. L848.22S 

Squire of Sandal-side. Barr. B267sq 

Squireen. Bullock. B938sq 

Squirrel Inn. Stockton. S866s 

Stable for nightmares. Le Fanu. L488st 
Stacpoole, Henry de V. 

Rapin. S776r 

Stael-Holstein, Anne L. G. N., baronne de. 

Corinne. S778C 

Stahr, Fran Fanny L. See Lewald, Fanny. 
Stalky & Co. Kipling. K57st 

Stand fast, Craig-Royston! Black. B627st 
Standard bearer. Crockett. C938sta 

Standish of Standish. Austin. A936S 

Stanford stories. Field and Irwin. F453S 
Stanley, Caroline A. 

Order No. 11. S7870 

Stanley, H. A. 

Backwoodsman. S787.22b 

Stannard, Mrs. Henrietta E. V. P. See 

Winter, John S. 
Star-chamber. Ainsworth. A2^7st 

Star dreamer. Castle. C352.iist 

Starbucks. Read. R284st 

Stark Munro letters. Doyle. D754st 

Starlight Ranch, and other stories of army 

life on the frontier. King. K52st 

Starling. Macleod. M165S 

Start in life. Balzac. Bi98st 

Statement of Stella Maberly. Anstcy. 

A62Sst 

States geneial. Erckmann and Chatrian. 

E65S 
Stay-at-homes. Walford. Wi74st 

Steadfast. Cooke. C773st 

Steam house. Verne. V531S 



Steel, Mrs. Flora A. W. 

Flower of forgiveness; [stories.] S8i3fl 

Hosts of the Lord. S8i3ho 

In the guardianship of God. 88131 

In the tideway. S8i3in 

Miss Stuart's legacy. S8i3mi 

On the face of the waters. S8i3on 

Potter's thumb. S8i3po 

Red rowans. S8i3rc 

Voices in the night. S813VO 

Steel hammer. Ulbach. U36S 

Steell, Willis. 

Isidra. S8i4.22i 

Step aside. Dunning. D924S 

Stephen, Sir George. 

Adventures of an attorney in search of 

practice. 8827^ 

Stephen, M. D. Warner. W284S 

Stephen, a soldier of the cross. Kingsley. 

K55.22S 

Stephen Calinad. Sturgis. S935S 

Stephen Holton. Pidgin. P6i2st 

Stephens, Robert N. 

Bright face of danger. S835br 

Captain Ravenshaw. S83Sca 

Continental dragoon. S835CO 

Enemy to the kmg. S835en 

Gentleman player. S83Sge 
Mysttry of Murray Davenport. S835my 

Philip Winwood. S835pfi 

Road to Paris. S835ro 

Stephenson, Henry T. 

Patroon Van Volkenberg. S836P 

Stephenson, Nathaniel. 

Beautiful Mrs. Moulton. S837be 

Eleanor Dayton. S837el 

Stepniak, pseud. 

Career of a nihilist. S838C 

Stepping heavenward. Prentiss. P927S 

Steps of honor. King. K51.33S 

Sterne, Laurence. 

Life and opinions of Tristram Shandy, 

gentleman. SS39I 

Sentimental journey through France and 

Italy. S839S 

Stetson, Mrs. Grace E. C. See Channing, 

Grace E. 

Steuart, John A. 

Minister of state. S>842m 

Son of Gad. S842S0 



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S846in 
884651 

S8470 

S847he 

S847ho 

S847in 

S847SO 



Sterens, Sfaeppard. 

I 2m the king. 

In the eagle's talons. 

Sign of triumph. 

Stevenson, Burton E. 
Cadets of Gascony. 
Heritage. 
Holladay case. 
Marathon mystery. 
Soldier of Virginia. 

Stevenson, Robert L. 
Black arrow, Misadventures of John 
Nicholson, and Body-snatcher. 

in 828.89 S848 V.8 
David Balfour; sequel to Kidnapped. 

S848d 
Same. in 828.89 S848V.6 

Island nights' entertainments; [stories.] 

8848! 
Same. in 828 . 89 S848 v.4 

Kidnapped. S848k 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.5 

Master of Ballantrae. S848m 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.9 

Merry men and other tales and fables. 

S848me 
Same. in 828.89 S848V.7 

New Arabian nights; [stories.] S848n 
Same. in 828 . 89 S848 v. i 

Prince Otto. S848P 

Same. in 828.89 S848V.4 

St. Ives. S848S 

Same. in 828.89 S848V.21 

Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 

S848st 
Same. in 828 . 89 S848 v.7 

Treasure Island. S848t 

Same. in 828 . 89 S848 v.2 

Weir of Hermiston. S848W 

Same. in 828 . 89 S848 w v.20 

Stevenson, Robert L., and Osboume, Lloyd. 
Ebbtide. S848.iie 

Same. in828.89S848v.11 

Wrecker. S848.11W 

Same. in 828.89 S848V.10 

Wrong box. S848.iiwr 

Same. in828.89S848v.11 

Stevenson, Robert L., and Stevenson, Mrs. 
Fanny van de G. 
More new Arabian nights; Dynamiter. 

S848.i2m 
Same. in 828.89 S848V.3 



Stewart, Charles D. 

Fugitive blacksmith. SSsofu 

Stickit minister, and -some common men. 

Crockett. C9385ti 

Stickit minister's wooing. Crockett. 

C938stic 

Stickney, Mrs. Mary E. 

Brown of Lost River. S854.2ib 

Stiff-necked generation. Waif or d. Wi74sti 
Still waters. Paul. P324S 

Stillwater tragedy. Aldrich. A365st 

Stimpson, Herbert B. 

Tory maid. SSsSt 

Stimson, Frederick J. 

Crime of Henry Vane. S859C 

First harvests. S859f 

In three zones; [stories.] S859i 

Jethro Bacon of Sandwich, and Weaker 

sex. S859Je 

King Noanett. S859k 

Mrs. Knollys, and other stories. S859m 

Pirate gold. S859P 

Residuary legatee. S859r 

Sentimental calendar; [stories.] S859S 

Stinde, Julius. 

Buchholz family. S86ib 

Frau Wilhelmine; concluding part of the 

Buchholz family. S86if 

Woodland tales. S86iw 

Stingaree. Hornung. H8i6st 

Stirling, A., pseud. 

At daybreak. S86i.22a 

Stirrup cup. Tyson. T994st 

Stockton, Frank R. 
Adventures of Captain Horn. S8661 

AReld and afloat. S866af 

Amos Kilbright. S866am 

Ardis Claverden. S866ar 

Associate hermits. S866as 

Bee-man of Orn, and other fanciful tales. 

S866b 
Bicycle of Cathay. S866bi 

Captain's toll-gate. S866c 

Casting away of Mrs. Leeks and Mrs. 
Aleshine, and Dusantes; sequel to Cast- 
ing away of Mrs. Leeks and Mrs. Ale- 
shine. S866ca 
Chosen few; [stories.] * S866ch 
Christmas wreck, and other stories. 

S866chr 



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139 



Stockton, Frank R. 


Italy. Z8oieit 


Girl at Cobhurst. S866g 


London. ZSoiel 


Great stone of Sardis. S866gre 


Orient. ZSoieo 


Great war syndicate. S866gre 


Scotland. Z8oies 


House of Martha. S866h 


The sea. ZSoiese 


Hundredth man. S866hu 


Stories by foreign authors. 


John Gayther's garden, and the stories ' 


French. 3v. ZSoiff 


told therein. S866j 


Germany. 2v. ZSoifg 


Kate Bonntt. b866k 


Italian. ZSoifi 


Lady or the tiger? and other stories. 


Polish, Greeks Belgian, Hungarian. Z8oifp 


S8661 


Russian. Z8oifr 


Ute Mrs. Null. S8661a 


Scandinavian. ZSoifs 


Merry Chanter. S866m 


Spanish. ZSoifsp 


Mrs. Cliff's yacht; sequel to Adventures 


Stories from Italy. Godkin. G586S 


of Captain Horn. S866mi 


Stories from McClure's. 


Pomona's travels. S866p 


Comedy. Z8o3mc 


Rudder Grange. S866r 


Love. Z8o3m! 


Rudder Grangers abroad, and other 


Politics. Z8o3mp 


stories. S866ru 


Railroad. Z8o3mr 


Squirrel Inn, and Merry Chanter. S866s 


Youth. Z8o3my 


Stories of three burglars. S866st 


Stories from Scribner. 


Story-teller's pack. S866sto 


Stories of Italy. Z8o3si 


Vizier of the Two-horned Alexander. 


Stories of New York. Z8o3sn 


S866v 


Stories of the army. Z8o3sa 


Watchmaker's wife, and other stories. 


Stories of the railway. Z8o3sr 


S866w 


Stearics of the sea. Z803SS 


Stoddard, Charles W. 


Stories of the South. Z803SSO 


For the pleasure of his company. S867f 


Stories from the Christmas numbers of 


Stoddard, Mrs. Elizabeth D. B. 


"Household words" and "All the year 


Two men. SS67.22t 


round." Dickens. D547st 


Stoddard, William O. 


Stories in black and white. Z8o4b 


Chumley's Post; same as Red Beauty. 


Stories in light and shadow. Harte. H327st 


S869C 


Stories of a western town. Thanet. T367st 


Stoker, Bram. 


Stories of American life, by American 


Dracula. 8873^ 


writers. Mitford. Z605S 


Jewel of seven stars. S873J 


Stories of everyday life in modern China. 


Mysttry of the sea. S873my 


Watters. W347S 


Stokcslty secret. Yonge. in Y56CO 


Stories of old New Spain. Janvier. J35S 


Stolen story, and other newspaper stories. 


Stories of the Cherokee hills. Thompson. 


Willirms. W724S 


T474S 


Stone of destiny. Mackay. M153S 


Stories of the colleges. Z805C 


Stoncpastures. Stuart. S929S 


Stories of the foot-hills. Graham. G74I8 


Stories and interludes. Pain. P144S 


Stories of the land of Evangeline. Mc- 


Stories and romances. Scudder. S436S 


Leod. M 164. 22s 


Stories by American authors. lov. Z8oia 


Stories of the Rhine. Erckmann and Chat- 


Stories by English authors. 


rian. E6sst 


Africa. ZSoiea 


Stories of the seen and unseen. Oliphant. 


England. Z8oiee 


047st 


France. ZSoief 


Stories of the wild life. White. 


Germany. ZSoieg 


in W588.22bl 


Ireland. ZSoiei 


Stories of three burglars. Stockton. S866st 



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Stories told for revenue only. St. Paul 
press club. Z7S5s 

Stork's nest. Vicaty. V629S 

Storm, Theodor. 

Immensee. S885i 

Storm centre. Craddock. C884st 

Stormy life. Fuller ton. F971S 

Story, William W. 

Fiammetta. S888f 

Story of a campaign in Kabylia, and other 
talcs. Erckmann and Chatrian. E65sto 
Story of a child. Deland. D337st 

Story of a country town. Howe. H856S 
Story of a governess. Oliphant. 047sto 
Story of a millionaire. Muhlbach. M952S 
Story of a mine. Harte. H327sto 

Story of a New York house. Bunner. 

B942st 
Story of a peasant. See Erckmann, Emile, 

and Chatrian, Alexandre. 
Stcry of a play. Howells. H859st 

Story of a story, and other stories. Mat- 
thews. M439S 
Story of Aaron. Harris. H3i4st 
Story of Ab. Waterloo. W327st 
Story of &n African farm. Schreiner. 

S378S 
Story of an East-side family. Betts. 

B565st 
Story of an enthusiast. Jamison. J31S 

Story of an untold love. Ford. F712S 
Story of Antony Grace. Fenn. F334S 

Story of Avis. Phelps. P538st 

Story of Babette. Stuart. S932st 

Story of Bessie Costrell. Ward. W26ist 
Story of carnival. Hoppus. H798S 

Story of Christine Rochefort. Prince. 

P955* 
Story of Colette. Schultz. S387S 

Story of Dan. Francis. F819S 

Story of Eleanor Lambert. Brooke. 

B37I.33S 

Story of Elizabeth. Thackeray. T362S 

Story of Eva. Payne. P347s 

Story of Fort Frayne. King. K52sto 

Story of Francis Cludde. Weyman. 

W549st 

Story of Gosta Bcrling. Lagerlof. L174S 

Story of Happinolande, and other legends. 

Bunce. B941.22S 

Slory of Helen Davenant. Fane. F211S 



Story of Ida. Alexander. A3765 

Story of Jewad. Ali Aziz Efendi. A398S 
Story of John Trevennick. Rhoades. R474S 
Story of Keedon Bluffs. Craddock. C884sk 
Story of Kennett Taylor. T238S 

Story of Lawrence Garthe. Kirk. K59st 
Story of Manon Lescaut. Prevost d'Exiles. 

rP944.22s 
Story of Margaret Kent. Kirk. K59stc> 
Story of Margredel. Meldrum. M519S 

Story of old Fort Loudon. Craddock. 

C884S0 
Story of Philip Methuen. Needell. N374S 
Story of Sonny Sahib. Cotes. C843st 

Story of Susan. Dudeney. D845st 

Story of the Gadsbys. Kipling. in K57SO 

Story of the glittering plain. Morris. 

M877S 

Story of the man who didn't know much. 

Murray. in 7\fQ84st 

Story of the new priest in Conception Bay. 

Lowell. L918S 

Story of the other wise man. Van Dyke. 

V248S 

Story of Tonty. Catherwood. C363st 

Story of Valentine and bis brother. Oli- 
phant. 047stor 

Story or two from an old Dutch town. 
Lowell. L9i8st 

Stoiy-teller's pack. Stockton. S86osto 

Story that the keg told me. Murray. 

M9S4st 

Stowe, Mrs. Harriet E. B. 

Agnes of Sorrento. S892a 

Dred. S892d 

May flower, and miscellaneous writings. 

S892m 

Minister's wooing. S892mi 

My wife and L S892my 

Old town folks. S8920 

Pearl of Orr's Island. S892P 

Pink and white tyranny. S892pi 

Poganuc people. S892P0 

Uncle Tom's cabin. S8921) 
We and our neighbors; sequel to My 

wife, and L S892W 

Strange adventures of a house-boat. Black. 

B627str 
Strange adventures of a phaeton. Black. 

B627stra 



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Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 
Stevenson. S848st 

Same. in 828.89 S848 v.7 

Strange disappearance. Green. G795S 

Strange enchantment. Farjcon. F229sr 

Strange friend to Tito Gil. Alarcon. 

A32ist 
Strange manuscript found in a copper 
cylinder. De Mill**. D379S 

Strange sad comedy. Seawell. S442st 

Strange story. Lytton. hggSs 

Strange story of Hesttr Wynne. Colmore. 

C716S 
Strange story of my life. Winter. W785st 
Strange talcs. Murray. M982S 

Strange tales of a nihilist. Le Queux. 

L6133 
Strange true stories of Louisiana. Cable. 

Ciiss 

Strangers and wayfarers. Jewett. J59S 

Strang-rs at Lisconnel. Barlow. B2s8st 

Strangers at the gate. Gordon. G665S 

Stratagems and spoils. White. W589S 

Strathern. Blessington. B6483 

Stray pearls. Yonge Y56st 

Streckfuss, Adolph. 

Castle Hohenwald. S914C 

Quicksands. S9i4q 

Too rich. S9i4t 

Strength of Gideon, and other stories. 

Dunbar. D899st 

Strength of the hills. Wilkinson. W686.S2S 

Strength of the weak, Hotchkiss. H832S 

Stretton, Hesba, pseud. 

Bede'p charity. S9i6b 

Carola. S916C 

Cobwebs and cables. S916CO 

Crew of the Dolphin. S9i6cr 

Doctor's dilemma. S9i6d 

Half brothers. S9i6h 

Highway of sorrow. S9i6hi 

Through a needle's eye. S9i6t 

Strife and peace. Bremer. in B836h 

Strike in the B— Mill. X44S 

Stringer, Arthur. 

Silver poppy. S9i8si 

Stringtown on the pike. Lloyd. L792st 
Strollers. I sham. I79st 

Strolling phycr«!. Yonge and Coleridge. 

Ys6.iis 

Strong arm. Barr. B268st 



Strong hearts. Cable. CiiSst 

Strong Mac. Crockett. C938str 

Stronger than love. Alexander. A374st 

Strongest master. Prince. P955st 

Struggles of Brown, Jones and Robinson. 

Trollope. T847st 
Strunsky, Anna, joint author. See London, 

Jack. 

Stuart, Eleanor. 
Stonepastures. S929S 

Stuart, £sm6. 

Woman of forty. S929.22W 

Stuart, Mrs. Ruth M. 

Carlotta's intended, and other tales. 

S932C 
George Washington Jones. S932ge 

Golden wedding, and other tales. S932go 
Holly and pizen, and other stories. S932h 
In Simpkinsville; [stories.] S932i 

Moriah's mourning, and other half-hour 

sketches. S932m 

Napoleon Jackson. S932na 

River's children. S932ri 

Second wooing of Salina Sue, and other 

stories. S932SC 

Sonny. S932SO 

Story of Babette. S932st 

Stuart and Bamboo. Greene. G8i2st 

Students abroad. Kimball. K48S 

Studies and landscapes. Daudet. 

in r 843. 88w v. 18 
Study in prejudices. Fasten. P292S 

Study in scarlet. Doyle. D754stu 

Stumble on the threshold. Payn. P3453 

Sturgis, Julian R. 

John Maidment. S935J 

My friends and I. S935m 

Stephen Calinari. S935S 

Substitute. Harben. H255SU 

Suburban pastoral, and other tales. 

Beers. B416SU 

Success of Mark Wyngate. Silberrad. 

S582SU 

Successful man. Gordon. G664S 

Successors of Mary the First. Phelps. 

PS38su 

Sudermann, Hermann. 

Dame Care. S943d 

Regina. S943r 

Wish. S943W 



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Sue, Eugene. 

Mysteries of Paris. 

Wandering Jew. 
Suitors of Yvonne. Sabatini. 
Sullivan, James W. 

Tenement tales of New York. 
Sullivan, Thomas R. 

Ars et vita, and other stories. 

Courage of conviction. 

Day and night stories. 2v. 

Roses of shadow. 

Tom Sylvester. 
Sultanetta. Dumas. 
Summer drift-wood. Porter. 



S944ni 

S944W 

Si 13s 

S949te 

S952a 
S952C 
S952d 

S952r 

S952t 

in D886b 

P848S 



Summer in a canon. Wiggin. W655SU 
Summer in Arcady. Allen. A427S 

Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's life. Whit- 
ney. W617SU 
Summer in New York. Townsend. T748SU 
Summer legends. Baumbach. B348SU 
Summer of St. Martin. Mitchell. M682ne 
Summit House mystery. Dougall. D731SU 
Sun-maid. Grant. G763S 
Sundown Leflare. Remington. R388S 
Sunny southerner. Magruder. M212S 
Sunny stories, and some shady ones. 
Payn. P345su 
Sunnybank. Harland. H283S 
Sunrise. Black. B627SU 
Sunset Pass. King. K52SU 
Sunshine and haar. Setoun. S497s 
Superfluous woman. Brooke. B871S 
Supply at Saint Agatha's. Phelps. P538SUP 
Support of the family. Daudet. 

in r843.88w v. 23 

Suppressed chapters, and other bookish- 
ness. Bridges. B851S 

"Sure." Townsend. T748sur 

Surgeon's daughter. Scott. S431SU 

Surgeon's stories. See Topelius, Zachris. 
Surly Tim, and other stones. Burnett. 

B964S 
Surrender of Margaret Bellarmine. Ser- 
geant S484S 
Susan Clegg and her friend Mrs. Lathrop. 
Warner. W272.22S 
Susan Fie!ding. Edwardes. E24SU 
Susannah. Mann. M282S 
Susan's escort, and others. Hale. H163S 
Suspense. Merriman. M571SU 
Sustained honor. Musick. M987S 



H327SU 



S96sr 
H315S 



Susy. Harte. 
Sutcliffe, HaUiweU. 

Ricroft of Withens. 
Sutherlands. Harris. 
Sutphen, William G. van T. 

Gates of chance. S967g 

Golficide, and other tales of the fair green. 

S967go 
Suttner, A. Gundaccar, freiherr von. 

Djambek the Georgian. S967.22d 

Suttner, Bertha, freiherrin von. 

"Ground arms!" S968g 

Suwanee River tales. Bonner. B716.33S 
Suzette. Tiernan. T564S 

Sv2tUL, Caroline, pseud. 

Maria Felicia. S969m 

Swallow. Haggard. H145S 

Swallow Barn. Kennedy. K34S 

Swan, Annie S. 

Who shall serve? S971W 

Wrongs righted. S97iwr 

Sweet bells out of tune. Harrison. H318SW 
Sweet-brier. Sherwood. S554.22S 

Sweet Cicely. Holley. H738SW 

Sweet Clover. Burnham. B966SW 

Sweet Peggy. Harris. H314.33S 

Sweet revenge. Mitchel. M677SW 

Sweetbrier and thistledown. Baskett. 

B315SW 
Sweetheart Manette. Thompson. T474SW 
Sweethearts and friends. Gray. G781SW 
Sweethearts and wives. Rogers. R724S 

Sweetser, Moses F. 

In distance and in dream. S974-22i 

Swett, Sophie. 

Pennyroyal and mint; [stories.] S975P 
Swift, Jonathan. 

Gulliver's travels. S977g 

Same. in827.52ws v.12 

Swinburne, Algernon C. 

Love's cross-currents. S978I0 

Swing of the pendulum. Peard. P359SW 
Sword of Damocles. Green. G795SW 

Sword of the king. Macdonald. M 135. 41s 
Sybil. Beaconsfield. B364S 

Scime. in r823.86w v. 14-15 

Sybil's second love. Kavanagh. K22sy 

Sydney-side Saxon. Boldrewood. B687sy 
Sylva, Carmen, pseud. See Elizabeth, 

queen of Roumania. 
Sylvandire. Dumas. D886sy 



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Sylvestres. Edwards. 
Sylvia's choice. Craik. 
Sylvia's husband. Harrison. 
Sylvia's lovers. Gaskell. 



£265 

C887S 

H3i8b> 

G24bs 



SymondSy £. M. See Paston, George. 
Syngc William W. F. 

Olivia Raleigh. S993 o 

Synnove Solbakken. Bjornson. B625sy 
Tadema, Laurence Alma—. See Alma- 

Tadema, Laurence. 
Taggart, Marion A. 

Unraveling of a tangle. T125U 

Taken by siege. Gilder. G467t 

Taking the Bastile. Dumas. D886t 

Tale of a lonely parish. Crawford. CSppt 
Tale of the Indian mutiny. Rousselet. 

R868t 
Tale of two cities. Dickens. D547t 

Tales. Hogg. H7i6t 

Tales. Zschokke. Z92t 

Tales and novels. Edgeworth. E23t 

Tales and prose phantasies. De Quincey. 

in 824.81cm V.13 
Tales and romances. De Quincey. 

in 824.81cm V.12 
Tales and sketches. Hogg. H7i6ta 

Tales and traditions of Switzerland. 

Westall. W523t 

Tales before supper. Gautier and Merimee. 

G277.iit 
Tales from McClure's. 
Adventure. Z832ma 

Humor. Z832mh 

Romance. Z832mr 

War. Z832mw 

The West. Z832mwe 

Tales from many sources. Ov. Z833m 

Tales from Scott. Sullivan. S43itsu 

Tales from the iEgean. Bik^las. B594t 
Tales from the German. Heyse. H62it 
Tales from two hemispheres. Boyesen. 

B79it 
Tales of a time and place. King. K53t 
Tales of adventure and exploration. Foe. 

in 818.32 P743WS v.S 
Tales of an engineer. Warman. W728t 
Tales of country life in La Gruyere. Scio- 
beret S4i8t 

Tales of destiny. Jordan. J82t 

Tales of fantasy and fact. Matthews. M439t 
Tales of home. Taylor. in T238b 



Tales of mean streets. Morrison. M878t 
Tales of New England. Jewett. Js9t 

Tales of our coast. Crockett, and others. 

C938.22t 
Tales of soldiers and civilians. Bierce. 

B589t 
Tales of the Argonauts. Harte. H327t 

Tales of the borders and of Scotland. Wil- 
son. Z90it 
Tales of the caravan, inn and palace. 
Hauflf. H369t 
Tales of the city room. Jordan. J82ta 
Tales of the cloister. Jordan. J82tal 
Tales of the good woman. Paulding. 

P32St 
Tales of the grotesque and arabesque. Poe. 

in 818.32 P743WS v.i-4 
Tales of the home folks in peace and war. 
Harris. H3i4t 

Tales of the Maine coast. Brooks. B874t 
Tales of three cities. James. J27t 

Tales of trail and town. Harte. H327ta 
Tales of two countries. Kielland. K4St 
Tales of unrest. Conrad. C7S4t 

Talisman. Scott. S43ita 

Talk of the town. Payn. P345t 

Talking horse. Anstey. A625t 

Tallahassee girl. Thompson. T474t 

Tallentyre, S. G., joint author. See Merri- 

man, Henry S. 
Tancred. Beaconsfield. in r823.86w v.15-16 
Tangled up in Beulah Land. Mowbray. 

M936ta 
Tangled web. Raymond. R273t 

Tapu of Banderah. Becke and Jeffery. 

B394.iit 
Taquisara. Crawford. C899ta 

Tar-heel baron. Pelton. P393t 

Taras Bulba. Gogol. G6i3t 

Tarascon series. See Daudet, Alphonst. 
Tarkington, Booth. 

Cherry. Ti87ch 

Gentleman from Indiana. Ti87g 

In the arena; [stories.] Ti87in 

Monsieur Beaucaire. Ti87m 

Two Vanrevels. Ti87t 

Tarry thou till I come. Croly. C944t 

Tartarin of Tarascon. Daudet. D238t 

Same. in r843.88w v. 18 

Tartarin on the Alps. Daudet. D238ta 

Same. in r843.88w v. 18 



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Taskmaster. Turner. T946t 

Tattle-tales of Cupid. Ford. F7i2t 

Tautphoeus, Jemima M., baronin von. 

At odds. T229a 

Initials. T229i 

Quits. T229q 

Taylor, Bayard. 

Beauty and the beast, and Tales of home. 

T238b 

Hannah Thurston. T238h 

John Godfrey's fortunes. T238J 

Joseph and his friend. T238J0 

Story of Kennett. T238S 

Taylor, Elizabeth. 

Quixstar. T239.22q 

Taylor, Emerson G. 

Daughter of Dale. T239.2Sd 

Taylor, George, pseud. 

Antinous. T24oa 

Clytia. T240C 

Taylor, Hobart C. Chatfield— . 

Two women and a fool. T24it 

With edge tools. T241W 

Taylor, Mary Imley. 
Anne Scarlett. T244an 
Cardinal's musketeer. T244ca 
Cobbler of Nimes. T244CO 
House of the wizard. T244ho 
Imperial lover; sequel to On the red stair- 
case. T244im 
My Lady Clancarty. T244my 
On the red staircase. T244on 
Rebellion of the princess. T244re 
Yankee volunteer. T244y 

Taylor, Meadows. 

Seeta. T244.22S 

Tippoo Sultaun. T244.22t 

Taylor, U. Ashworth. 

City of Sarras. T246.22C 

Taylor, Winnie L. 

His broken sword. T247h 

Tchemuishevsky, Nikolai 0. 

Vital question. T251V 

TchitchikoflF's journeys. Gogol. G6i3tc 

Teacher of the violin, and other tales. 

Shorthouse. S559t 

Teal, Angelina. 

Muriel Howe. T253m 

Tekla. Barr. B268t 

Teller. Westcott. W525t 

Tempe. Cottcrell. C847t 



Temporal power. Corelli. C797tc 

Tempting of Father Anthony. Horton. 

H823t 
Tempting of Pescara. Meyer. M6i2.4it 
Ten tales. Coppee. 07851 

Ten thousand a year. Warren. W283.22t 
Ten times one is ten. Hale. Hi63t 

Ten years' tenant, and other stories. Be- 
sant and Rice. B554.iit 

Tenant of Wildfell Hall. BTontc. B868t 
Tenement tales of New York. Sullivan. 

S949te 

Tenney, Edward P. 

Agatha and the shadow. T298a 

Constance of Acadia. T298C 

Tent of grace. Lust. hgyit 

Tenting on Stony Beach. Pool. P82it 

Terhune, Mrs. Mary V. H. See Harland, 

Marion. 
Terminations. James. J27te 

Terrible temptation. Reade. R285t 

Terror. Gras. G767t 

Tess of the D'Urbervilles. Hardy. H272t 

Test. Wright. W952t 

Teuffel, Mrs. Blanche W. H. von. Sec 

Howard, Blanche W. 

Texas matchmaker. Adams. A2iit 

Texas ranger. Jennings. J54t 

Thackeray, Anne I. 

Bluebeard's keys, and other stories. T362b 
Miss Angel. T362m 

Miss Williamson's divagations; [stories.] 

T362mi 
Mrs. Dymond. T362mis 

Old Kensington T362 o 

Story of Elizabeth. T362S 

Village on the cliflF. T362V 

Thackeray, William M. 

Adventures of Philip, and Shabby genteel 
story. T363a 

Burlesques, Fitz-Boodle papers, and Fatal 
boots. T363bu 

Christmas books of Mr. M. A. Titmarsh, 
etc. T363C 

Denis Duval, Wolves and the lamb, 
Lovel the widower, and Roundabout 
papers. T363d 

History of Henry Esmond, English hu- 
morists, Four Georges, and Charity and 
humor. T363h 



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145 



Thackeray William M. 
Memoirs of Barry Lyndon, Fitz-Boodle 
papers, Catherine, and Men's wives. 

T363b 
Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush, 
History of Samuel Titmarsh and the 
great Hoggarty diamond, Cox's diary, 
etc. T363m 

Mrs. PerKms's ball. rT363mi 

Newcomes. T363n 

Pendennis. T363P 

Rose and the ring. T363r 

Vanity fair. T363V 

Virginians. T363vi 

Thaddcus of Warsaw. Porter. P846t 

Thanet, Octave, pseud. 
Book of true lovers; [stories.] T367b 

Expiation. T367e 

Heart of toil. T367h 

Knitters in the sun; [stories.] T367k 

Missionary sheriflF; [stories.] T367m 

Otto the knight, and other trans-Missis- 
sippi stories. T367 o 
Slave to duty, and other women; [stor- 
ies.] T367S 
Stories of a western town. T367st 
Thankful Blossom. Harte. H327th 
That affair next door. Green. G795t 
That artful vicar. Murray. M982t 
That beautiful wretch. Black. B627t 
That Betty. Spofford. S762t 
That boy of Norcott's. Lever, in L658day 
That fortune. Warner. W28it 
That lass o' Lowrie's. Burnett. B964t 
That Mainwaring affair. Barbour. B239t 
That other person. Hunt. H942t 
That stick. Yonge. Y56t 
That sweet enemy. Tynan. T987t 
That wild wheel. Trollope. T847.22t 
Their pilgrimage. Warner. W28ith 
Their silver wedding journey. Howells. 

H859t 

Their wedding journey. Howells. H859th 

Thclma. Corelli. C797th 
Theodoli, Lily, marchesa. 

Under pressure. T387U 

Theophano. Harrison. H3i9t 

There and back. Macdonald. Mi35t 

Theresa. Craik. in C887S 
Theariet» Andr€. 

Abbe Daniel. . 'r4i5a 

Young Maugars. 'r4i5y 



They met in heaven. Hep worth. H529t 
"They that walk in darkness." Zangwill. 

Z29th 
Thibault, Anatole F. See France, Analole. 
Thicker than water. Payn. P345th 

Thickstun, Frederick, pseud. See ClarK, 

Frederick T. 
Things that are Caesar's. Kauffman. K2ith 
Thiodolf the Icelander. La Motte Fouqu^. 

L235t 
Third violet. Crane. C892t 

I3lh district. Whitlock. W6i3t 

Thirty strange stories. Wells. W45St 

This little world. Murray. M98it 

This son of Vulcan. Besant and Rice. 

Bs54.iith 
Thomas, Albert E. 

Cynthia's rebellion. T453C 

Thomas, Chauncey. 

Crystal button. T4S5C 

Thomas, Henry W. 

Last lady of Mulberry. T457I 

Thomas Wingfold, curate. Macdonald. 

M 135th 
Thompson, Daniel P. 

Green Mountain boys. T47ig 

Locke Amsden. T471I 

May Martin, and other tales. T47im 

Rangers. T47ir 

Thompson, Helen S. 

Windy Creek. T472W 

Thompson, Maurice. 

Alice of old Vincennes. T474a 

At love's extremes. T474at 

Banker of Bankersville. T474b 

Fortnight of folly. T474f 

His second campaign. T474h 

King of Honey Island. 'r474k 

Rosalynde's lovers. T474r 

Stories of the Cherokee hills. ^4743 

Sweetheart Manette. T474SW 

Tallahassee girl. T474t 

Thompson's progress. Hyne. H997t 

Thompson, Edward W. 

Old Man Savarin, and other stories. 

T4810 
Thorn-apples. Miller. M649t 

Thorn in the nest. Finley. • F5i3t 

Thorny path. Ebers. Ei6t 

Th6rodd8en, J6n T. 

Sigrid. T516S 

Thoroughbreds. Fraser. F842th 



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Thorpe, Francis N. 

Spoils of empire. TsiSsp 

Thorpe Regis. Peard. P359t 

Those delightful Americans. Cotes. C843t 
Those extraordinary twins. Twain. 

in T969PU 
Those girls. Winter. W78sth 

Thrall of Leif the Lucky. Liljencrantz. 

L728t 
Three brides. Yonge. Y56th 

Three clerks. Trollope. T847t 

Three courses and a dessert. [Clarke.] 

C6i2t 
Three cutters. Marryat. in M326pi 

Three fates. Crawford. CSgQth 

Three feathers. Black. B627th 

Three guardsmen series. See Dumas, Al- 
exandre. 
Three men in a boat, Jerome. 827.89 J56th 
Three men on wheels. Jerome. 

827.89 J56thr 

Three musketeers. Dumas. D886th 

Three partners. Harte. H327thr 

Ihree Tetons. Rollins. R753t 

Throckmorton. Seawell. S442th 

Throne of David. Ingraham. I52t 

Throstlewaite. Morley. M865t 

Through a needle's eye. Stretton. S9i6t 
Through night to light. Gutzkow. G985t 
Through night to light. Spielhagen. S753t 
Through one administration. Burnett. 

B964th 
Through the turf smoke. MacManus. 

Mi67.32t 
Thrown together. Montgomery. M787t 
Thniston, Lucy M. 

Girl of Virginia. T53igi 

Mistress Brent. T53imi 

Where the tide comes in. T531W 

Thurston, Katherine C. 
Circle. T546ci 

Masquerader. T546m 

Thurston, Mabel N. 

On the road to Arcady. 1*547 o 

Thwing, Eugene. 

Red-keggers. T549 . 22r 

Thyra Varrick. Barr. 82671 

Tidball, Mrs. Mary L. 

Barbara's vagaries. TssSb 

Tieman, Mrs. Frances F. See Reid, Chris- 
tian. 



Tieman, Mrs. Mary S. N. 

Homoselle. T564h 

Jack Horner. 'l'564J 

Suzette. T564S 

Tiger and the Insect. Habberton. Hii3ti 

Tiger lily. Fenn. F334t 

Tillie, a Mennonite maid. Martin. 

Al38l.22t 

Tillyloss scandal. Barrie. B275t 
Tilton, Dwight. 

Miss Petticoats. TsSimi 

Tim. X45t 

Time and chance. Hubbard. H875t 

Time and tide. Roe. R698t 

Time machine. Wells. W455ti 

Times of alchemy. Topelius. T673ta 
Times of battle and of rest. Topelius. 

T673tb 

Times of Charles XII. Topelius. T673tc 

Times of Frederick I. Topelius. T673tf 

Times of Gustaf Adolf. Topelius. T673g 

Times of Linnaeus. Topelius. T673tl 

Time's revenges. Murray. M98iti 

Timias lerrystone. Bunce. 6941.223 

Timid brave. Harsha. H323t 

Timothy's quest. Wiggin. W655ti 
Timsol, Robert. 

Alien from the commonwealth. T586a 
Tincker, Mary A. 

Aurora. T587a 

By the Tiber. T587b 

House of Yorke. TsSjh 

Jewel in the lotus. T587J 

San Salvador. T587S 

Signor Monaldini's niece. T587si 

Two coronets. ^ T587t 

Tinkling cymbals. Fawcett. F278t 

Tinted Venus. Anstey. A625ti 

Tip Cat. [Whitaker.] W577t 

Tippoo Sultaun. Taylor. T244.22t 

Tirebuck, William £. 

'Twixt God and mammon. T596t 

Titan. Richter. R535t 

Titcomb, Timothy, pseud. See Holland, 

Josiah G. 

Tithe-proctor. Carleton. CiSit 

Titus, a comrade of the cross. Kingsley. 

Tiverton tales. Brown. B875t 

To call her mine. Besant. Bs54t 

To have and to hold. Johnston. J73t 



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To leeward. Crawford. CSgQto 

To-morrow's tangle. Bonner. B7i6t 

To right the wrong. Lyall. LgSit 

To the end of the trail. Nason. N263t 

To the lions. Church. Csspt 

Toilers of the sea. Hugo. H895t 
Tokutomi, Kenjiro. 

Nami-ko. T647n 

Told after supper. Jerome. 827.89 j56to 

Told by the colonel. Alden. A359t 

Told by the death's head. Jokai. J74t 

Told in the coffee house. Adler. A237t 

Tolla. About. Ai56t 

Tolstoi, Lyof N., count. 

Anna Karenina. T654a 

Childhood, boyhood, youth. T654C 

Cossacks. T654CO 

Cossacks, and Sebastopol. T654COS 

Gospel stories. 'r654g 

In pursuit of happiness. 1*6541 

Invaders, and other stories. T654in 

Ivan Ilyitch, and other stories. T654iv 

Katia. T654k 

Life is worth living, and other stories. 

T6S4l 

Long exile, and other stories. T6S4I0 

Same. in 944 . 05 T654P 

Master and man. T654m 

More tales from Tolstoi. T654mo 

Resurrection. T654r 

Russian proprietor, and other stories. 

T654ru 

Sebastopol. T654S 

War and peace. T654W 

What people live by. T654wh 

Tom Beauling. Morris. M876to 

Tom Burke of "Ours." Lever. L658to 

Tom Cringle's log. Scott. S428t 

Tom Grogan. Smith. S647to 

Tom Jones. Fielding. F459t 

Tom Moore. Sayre. S27S.6ito 

Tom Sawyer. Twain. T969ad 

Tom Sawyer abroad. Twain. T969to 

Tom Sawyer, detective. Twain, in T969to 

Tort Sylvester. Sullivan. S952t 

Tomaso's fortune, and other stories. Mer- 

riman. M57it 

Tommy & Co. Jerome. Js6to 

Tommy and Grizel. Barrie. B27Sto 

Tommy Carteret. Forman. F724to 

Tompkins, Elizabeth K. 

Her majesty. T662h 



Tompkins, and other folks. Deming. 

DaSit 
Tonda. Moorehead. M825to 

Tony Butler. Lever. L658ton 

Tony the maid. Howard. H848t 

Too rich. Streckfuss. S9i4t 

Too soon. Macquoid. Mi73t 

Too strange not to be true. Fullerton. 

F97it 

Toomey and others. Shackleton. 85241 

Topelius, Zachris. 

Surgeon's stories. 

Times of Gustaf Adolf. T673tg 

Times of battle and of rest. T673tb 

Times of Charles XIL T673tc 

Times of Frederick I. T673tf 

Times of Linnaeus. T673tl 

Times of alchemy. T673ta 

Torch. Hopkins. H794t 

Torelli-Torriani, Maria. See Colombi, La 

marchesa. 
Torn sails. Raine. Ri54t 

Tory lover. Jewett. j59to 

Tory maid. Stimpson. S358t 

Touch of sun, and other stories. Foote. 

F689to 
Touchstone. Wharton. \V553t 

Tour of the world in eighty days. Verne. 

V53it 
Tourg6e, Albion W. 

Black ice. T72yh 

Bricks without straw. T727br 

Button's Inn. T727bu 

Figs and thistles. T727f 

Fool's errand. W727fo 

Hot plowshares. T727h 

Murvale Eastman, Christian socialist. 

T727m 
Out of the sunset sea. T727 o 

Royal gentleman. T727r 

Tourmalin's time cheques. Anstey. A625to 
Tower of London. Ainsworth. A297t 

Townesend, Mrs. Frances H. B. See Bur- 
nett, Mrs. Frances H. 
Townsend, Edward W. 

Chimmie Fadden and Mr. Paul. T748cm 
Chimmie Fadden explains, Major Max ex- 
pounds. T748ce 
"Chimmie Fadden," Major Max, and other 
stories. T748C 
Daughter of the tenements. T748d 
Days like these. T748da 



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Turn of the road. Frothingham. F939-33t 


'Twixt God and mammon. Tircbuck. T596t 


Turn of the screw. James. in J27tw 


Two admirals. Cooper.. 


C777t 


Turnbull, Mrs. Francese L. 


Two baronesses. Andersen. 


A544t 


Golden book of Venice. T943g 


Two bites at a cherry, and othei 


• stories. 


Turner, George K. 


Aldrich. 


A36stw 


Taskmasters. T946t 


Two boys. Lowell. 


L9i6t 


Tuscan Romeo and Juliet. Trollopc. 


Two brothers. Balzac. 


Bi98tw 


in T849I 


Two captains. Brady. 


B8i2tw 


Tutor's secret. Cherbuliez. €521 1 


Two captains. Russell. 


R968tw 


Tuttiett, Mary G. See Gray, Maxwell. 


Two chiefs of Dunboy. Froude. 


F942t 


Twain, Mark, pseud. 


Two circuits. Crane. 


C889t 


Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. T969a 


Two college girls. Brown. 


B877.43t 


Adventures of Tom Sawyer. T969ad 


Two coronets. Tincker. 


Ts87t 


American claimant, and other stories. 


Two cosmos. 


X53t 


T969am 


Two daughters of one race. Heimburg. 


Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's 




H467t 


court. T969C0 


Two destinies. Collins. 


C7i3t 


Dog's tale. T969d 


Two Dianas. Dumas. 


D886two 


Double barrelled detective story. T969do 


Two family mothers. Schwartz. 


S399t 


Extracts from Adam's diary. T969ex 


Two girls on a barge. Cotes. 


C843.22t 


Man that corrupted Hadleyburg, and 


Two guardians. Yonge. 


Y56twg 


other stories. T969ma 


Two loyal lovers. Johnson. 


J67t 


Merry tales. T969me 


Two magics. James. 


J27tw 


Same. in T969am 


Two men. Stoddard. 


S867 . 22t 


£1,000,000 banK-note, and other new 


Two men 0* Mendip. Raymond. 


R273tw 


stories. in T969am 


Two on a tower. Hardy. 


H272tW 


Personal recollections of Joan of Arc. 


Two penniless princesses. Yonge 


. Y56twp 


T969pe 


Two prisoners. Page. 


Pi33tw 


Prince and the pauper. T969pr 


Two runaways, and other stories. Ed- 


Pudd'nhcad Wilson, and Those extraor- 


wards. 


E25.22t 


dinary twins. T969PU 


Two Salomes. Pool. 


P82ItW 


Sketches. Tg6g^ 


Two sides of the face. Couch. 


C853tw 


Tom Sawyer abroad, Tom Sawyer, de- 


Two sides of the shield. Yonge. 


Ys6tws 


tective, and other stories. T969to 


Two soldiers. King. 


K52tw 


Twain, Mark, pseud., and Warner, Charles 


Two standards. Barry. 


B279t 


D. 


Two stories. Walford. 


Wi74tw 


Gilded age. T969.iig 


Two strings to his bow. Mitchell. 


M683t 


Twardoska, Emma von. See Hartncr, Eva. 


Two Vanrevels. Tarkington. 


Ti87t 


'Twas in Trafalgar's Bay. and other stories. 


Two women and a fool. Taylor. 


T24lt 


Besant and Rice. B554. ntw 


Two women or one? Harland. 


H282tw 


Twells, Mrs. Julia H. 


Two years ago. Kingsley. 


K55t 


Souci. T972S 


Twombly, Alexander S. 




Twentieth door. Sheldon. S543t 


Kelea the surf-rider. 


T976k 


Twenty thousand leagues under the seas. 


Tybout, Ella M. 




Verne. V53itw 


Poketown people; [stories.] 


T977PO 


Twenty years after. Dutnas. D886tw 


Tylney Hall. Hood. 


H778t 


Twenty years at sea. Hill. H645t 


Tynan, Katharine. 




Twice taken. Hall. Hi74.22t 


Daughter of the fields. 


T987d 


Twice-told tales. Hawthorne. H399t 


Julia. 


T987JU 


Twins o( Table Mountain, and other stories. 


That sweet enemy. 


T987t 


Harte. H327tw 


Typee. Melville. 


M532t 



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Trollope, Anthony. 
Mere Bauche, and other stories. T847me 
Mistletoe bough, and other stories. 

T847mi 
Nina Balatka. T847n 

Old man's love. T8470 

Orley farm. T847or 

Phineas Finn. T847P 

Phineas Redux. T847ph 

Prime minister. T847pr 

Rachel Ray. T847r 

Ralph the heir. T848ra 

Sir Harry Hotspur of Humblethwaite. 

T847S 
Small house at AUington. T847sm 

Struggles of Brown, Jones and Robinson. 

T847st 
Three clerks. T847t 

Vicar of Bullhampton. T847V 

Warden. T847W 

Way we live now. T847wa 

Trollope, Mra. Frances E. T. 
That wild wheel. T847 . 22t 

Trollope, Thomas A. 
Beppo the conscript. 1849b 

Garstangs of Garstang Grange. T849g 
Giulio Malatesta. T849gi 

La Beata, and Tuscan Romeo and Juliet. 

T849I 
Lindisfarn Chase. T849li 

Marietta. T849m 

Siren. T849S 

Trooper Galahad. King. K52tr 

Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland. 

Schreiner. S378tr 

Trooper Ross. King. K52tro 

Trotter, Ada M. 

Bledisloe. TSsSb 

Trowbridge, John T. 
Coupon bonds, and other stories. T863C 

Martin Merrivale, his X mark. T863m 

Neighbor Jackwood. T863n 

Neighbors' wives. T863ne 

Truants. Mason. M398tr 

Truce, and other stories. Weight. W952tr 
True bills. Ade. 817.49 A228tr 

True history of Joshua Davidson, commu- 
nist. Linton. L76it 

True love. Wyatt. W975tr 

True riches. Coppee. C785tr 

True womanhood. Neal. N34it 



Trumbull, Annie. 

Life's common way. T8681i 

White birches. T868w 

Trumpet major. Hardy. H272tr 

Trumpeter Fred. King. KS2tru 

Trumps. Curtis. C979t 
Truscott, L. Parry. 

• Mother of Pauline. T873mo 

Truth. Zola. Z86t 

Truth about Clement Ker. Fleming. l'S97t 

Truth and a woman. Brown. B877tr 

Truth Dexter. McCall. Mi22tr 

Tryphena in love. Raymond. R273tr 
Tucker, George F. 

Quaker home. T89iq 

Tulip Place. Johnson. J7it 

Turg6nieff, Ivan S. 

Annals of a sportsman. T936a 

Annouchka. T936an 

Brigadier, and other stories. T936b 

Diary of a superfluous man, and other 

stories. T936d 

Dimitri Roudine; same as Rudin. T936di 
Dream tales, and Prose poems. T936dr 
Fathers and children; same as Fathers 

and sons. T936f 

First love, and other stories. T936fi 

House of gentlefolk; same as Liza, and 

Nobleman's nest. T936h 

Jew, and other stories. T936J 

Liza; same as House of gentlefolk, and 

Nobleman's nest. T936h 

Memoirs of a sportsman; same as Sports- 
man's sketches. 2v. T936m 
Mumu. T936mu 
Nobleman's nest; same as House of 

gentlefolk, and Liza. T936n 

On the eve. T9360 

Phantoms, and other stories. T9360 

Reckless character, and other stories. 

T936r 
Rudin; same as Dimitri Roudine. T936ru 
Rudin, and King Lear of the Steppes; 

same as Lear of the Steppes. T936rud 
bmoke. T936S 

Sportsman's sketches; same as Memoirs 

of a sportsman. T936SP 

Spring freshets; same as Spring floods, 

and other stories. T936spr 

Unfortunate woman, and Ass'ya. T936U 
Virgin soil. T936V 



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Vagrant, and other tales. Korolenko. 

K84V 

Vain forebodings. Schulzc-Smidt. S391Y 

Vald68, Armando P. 

Faith. Vi4Sf 

Jos6. V145J 

Joy of Captain Ribot. V145J0 

Marquis of Peiialta. Vi45m 

Maximina. Vi45ma 

Scum. V145S 

Sister Saint Sulpice. Vi45si 

Vale of cedars. Aguilar. A283V 

Valentin. Kingsley. K56V 

Valentine, Mrs. Laura J., ed. 

Eastern tales by many story tellers. 

VisSe 

Valentine, Oswald, pseud. 

Helen. Vipsh 

Valentine. Astor. A8s8v 
Valentine. Sand. in 843.82m v. 18 

Valentine the countess. Detlef. D481V 

Valentine Vox. Cockton. C667V 

Valera, Juan. 

Commander Mendoza. V162C 

Don Braulio. Vi62d 

Dona Luz. Vi62do 

Pepita Ximenez. Vi62p 

Valerie. Marryat. M362V 

Valerius. Lockhart. L8i6v 

Valley of decision. Wharton. Wssjv 

Valley path. Dromgoole. D786V 
Valois romances. See Dumas, Alexandre. 

Van Bibber, and others. Davis. D264V 

Vandam, Albert D. 

Mystery of the Patrician club. V224m 

Van dwellers. Paine. P144. 73v 

Van Dyke, Henry J. 

Blue flower; Istories.] V248bl 

First Christmas tree. V248f 

Lost word. V248I 

Ruling passion; [stories.] V248r 

Story of the other wise man. V248S 

Van Eeden, Frederik. 

Deeps of deliverance. V252de 

Little Johannes. V252li 

Vanessa. Paul. P324\ 

Van Gelder papers, and other sketches. 

Irving. I71V 

Vanguard. Gale. G151V 

Vanity fair. Thackeray. T363V 



Van Rensselaer, Mrs. Mariana G. 

One man who was content; [stories.] 

V2740 

Van Suyden sapphires. Carey. C273V 
Van Vorst, Mrs. Bessie. 

Issues of life. V285i 
Van Vorst, Marie. 

Amanda of the mill. V285.22a 
Van Zile, Edward S. 

With sword and cruciflx. V286W 

Vasconselos. Simms. S594V 

Vassar studies. Schwartz. S398.22V 

Vathek. Beckford. B397V 

Veil of the temple. Mallock. M2S5v 

Veiled doctor. Davis. D264.22V 

Velvet glove. Merriman. • M57ive 

Vendetta. Corelli. C797V 

Venetia. Beaconsfield. B364V 

Venetian June. Fuller. F965V 

"Vengeance is mine." Dane. D179V 
Vengeance of James Vansittart. Needell. 

N374V 

Vera. Dempster. D389V 

Vera Vorontzoff. Kovalcvsky. K88v 

Veranilda. Gissing. G535ve 

Verdant Green. Bede. B4iia 
Verga, Giovanni. 

House by the medlar-tree. V493h 

Vergilius. Bacheller. B121V 

Verne, Jules. 

Adrift in the Pacific. V53ia 

Around the world in eighty days; same 

as Tour of the world in eighty days. 

V53it 
Caesar Cascabel. V531C 

Castle ol the Carpathians. V53ica 

Dick Sands. V53id 

Family without a name. V53if 

Floating city, and Blockade runners. 

V53ifl 
From the earth to the moon, and Round 

the moon. V53ifr 

Fur country. V53ifu 

Giant raft. V53ig 

Hector Servadac. V53ih 

In search of the castaways. V53ii 

Journey to the centre of the earth. 

V53U 
Michael Strogoff. V531W 

Mysterious island. V53imy 

Steam house. V531S 



ENGLISH PROSE FICTION, 



153 



Verne, Jules. 

Tour of the world in eighty days; same 
as Around the world in eighty days. 

V53it 

Twenty thousand leagues under the seas. 

V53itw 

Wreck of the Chancellor, and Martin 
Paz. V531W 

Vernon's aunt. Cotes. C843ve 

Veronica. Austin. A937ve 

Vestigia. Fleming. F597v 

Vesty of the Basins. Greene. G8i2v 

Vcyscy, Arthur H. 

Cheque for three thousand. Vspsc 

Pedigree in pawn. V595P 

Via crucis. Crawford. C899V 

Viaud, Louis M. J. See Loti, Pierre. 
Vicar. Hatton. H366V 

Vicar of Bullhampion. Trollope. T847V 
Vicar of Tours. Balzac. in BigSpi 

Vicar of Wakefield. Goldsmith. G624V 

Vicar's daughter. Macdonald. M135V 

Vicar's people. Fenn. F334v 

[Vicary, John F.] 

Danish parsonage. V529d 

Vicary, John F., ed. 

Stork's nest; [stories.] V629S 

Vice versa. Anstey. A625vi 

Vicomte de Bragelonne. Dumas. D886v 
Victim. Annunzio. r A615V 

Victim of good luck. Norris. N86iv 

Victor Serenus. Wood. W876V 

Victors. Barr. B268V 

Victory of the vanquished. Charles. C475V 
Viel6, Herman K. 

Inn of the Silver Moon. V659i 

Last of the Knickerbockers. V659I 

Myra of the pines. V659my 

Viera. Zubof. Z93V 

Vignettes of Manhattan. Matthews. M439V 
Vignettes, real and ideal. McKay. Z6oiv 
Vigny, Alfred V., comte de. 

Cinq-Mars. V688c 

Vikings of the Baltic. Da'^ent. D228V 

Viking's skull. Carling. C282V 

Villa Claudia. Mitchell. M68iv 

Villa on the Rhine. Auerbach. A917V 

Village drama. Simmons. S592V 

Village on the cliff. Thackeray. T362V 

Village rector. Balzac. Bi98vi 

Village tragedy. Woods. W8Q6vi 



Village watch-tower. Wiggin. 
Villari, Mrs. Linda. 

In change unchanged. 
Villette. Bronte. 
Vincenzo. Ruffini. 
Vineta. Werner. 
Vintage. Benson. 
Violett. Hutten 



W655vi 

V72ii 

B869V 

R923V 

W492V 

B475V 
H982V 

Violetta. ManteuflFel. M292.33V 

Violin obligato, and other stories. Crosby. 

C949 . 22V 

Virgin soil. TurgenieflF. T936V 

Virginia inheritance. Pendleton. P397v 

Virginian. Wister. W817V 

Virginians. Thackeray. T363vi 

Visits. James. in J27pri 

Visits of Elizabeth. Glyn. G568V 

Vital question. Tchernuishevsky. T251V 
Vittoria. Meredith. M559V 

Vive I'empereur. Andrews. A568vi 

Vivian Grey. Beaconsfield. 

in r823.86w v. 1-2 
Vivian of Virginia. Fuller. F968V 

Vivian the beauty. Edwardes. E24vi 

Vizier of the Two-horned Alexander. 
Stockton. S866v 

Voice in the desert. Mackie. M158V0 

Voice of the people. Glasgow. G548V 
Voices in the night. Steel. S813V0 

Volckhausen, Adeline von. 

Why did he not die? V912W 

V088, Richard. 

Sigurd Eckdal's bride. V969S 

Voyage of discovery. Aide. A288V 

Voyage of the Rattletrap. Carruth. 

817.49 C319V 
Voyage to the moon. Bergerac. B496V 
Voynich, Mrs. Ethel L. B. 

Gadfly. V97Sg 

Jack Raymond. V975J 

Olive Latham. V975 o 

Vultures. Merriman. M571VU 

W., C. H., pseud. See Chaplin, Heman W. 
Waddcl, Charles C. See Carey, Charles. 
Waif from the waves. Little. L778W 

Waif of the plains. Harte. H327W 

Waineman, Paul. 

By a Finnish lake. Wi4ib 

Heroine from Finland. Wi4ih 

Walda. Kinkaid. K56.33W 

Waldfried. Auerbach. A917W 



154 



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Walford, Mrs. Lucy B. C. 
Baby's grandmother. 
Cousins. 
Dick Nethcrby. 
Frederick. . 



Wi74b 

W174CO 

Wi74d 

Wi74f 



Her great idea, and other stories. Wi74h 

Mr. Smith. Wi74nii 

One good guest. W174 *> 

One of ourselves. Wi74 0J^ 

Pauline. W174P 

Sage of sixteen. W174S 

Stay-at-homes. W I74st 

Stiff-necked generation. Wi74sti 
Two stories; Mere child, and Havoc of a 

smile. Wi74tw 

Walford. Kirk. K59W 

Wall Street stories. Lefevre. Iv493w 

Wallace, Lewis. 

Ben-Hur. Wipib 

Same. rWigib 

Fair god. Wigif 

Prince of India. Wipip 

WaUer, Mary £. 

Giotto's sheep. WigSg 

Rose-bush of Hildesheim. WigSr 

Wood-carver of 'Lympus. WigSw 

WaUis, A. S. C. 

In troubled times. W2i4i 

Royal favour. W2i4r 
Walloth, Wilhelm. 

King's treasure-house. W2i5k 
Wally Wanderoon and his story-telling 

machine. Harris. H3f4w 
Walpole, Horace, 4th earl of Orford. 

Castle of Otranto. W218C 

Walter's word. Payn. P345w 

Walton, Francis, joint author. See Flynt, 

Josiah. 
Waltz, Mrs. Elizabeth C. 

Pa Gladden. W241P 

Wandering heath. Couch. C853W 

Wandering heir. Reade in R285h 

Wandering Jew. Sue. S944W 

Wane of an ideal. Colombi. C7i8w 

Wanted — a chaperon. Ford. F7t2w 

Wanted — a copyist. Brearley. B828W 
Wanted— a matchmaker. Ford. F712WH 

Wanted— a pedigree. Finley. F513W 

War and peace. Tolstoi. T654W 

War of women. Dumas. D886w 

War of worlds. Wells. W455W 



War-time wooing. King. K52W 

Ward, E. 

St. Dunstan's clock. W257S 

Ward, Mrs. Elizabeth S. P. See Phelps, 

Elizabeth S. 
Ward, Herbert D. 

Burglar who moved Paradise. W258b 

Light of the world. W258I 

Republic without a president, and other 
stories. W2s8r 

White crown, and other stories. W258W 

Ward, Herbert D., joint author. See 
Phelps, Elizabeth S. 

Ward, Mrs. Mary A. A. 

Eleanor. W26ie 

Helbeck of Bannisdale. W26ih 

History of David Grieve. W26ihi 

Lady Rose's daughter. W261I 

Marcella. W26im 

Marriage of William Ashe. W26ima 

Robert Elsmere. W26iro 

Sir George Tressady. W26isi 

Story of Bessie Costrell. W26ist 

Ward in chancery. Alexander. A374W 

Ward of King Canute. Liljencrantz. 

L728W 

Ward of the Golden Gate. Harte. H327wa 

Warden, Florence, pseud. 

Kitty's engagement. W265k 

Warden. TroUope. T847W 

Wards of Plotinus. Hunt. H939W 

Ware, William. 

Aurelian. W273a 

Julian. Wi.73J 

Zenobia. W2732 

Warfield, David, and Hamm, Margherita 
A. 
Ghetto silhouettes. W274.22g 

Waring's peril. King. K52wa 

Warlock o' Glenwarlock. Macdonald. 

W135W 

Warman, Cy. 

Frontier stories. W278f 

Short rails; [stories.] W278S 

Snow on the headlight. W278sn 

Tales of an engineer. W278t 

White Mail. " W278W 

Warner, Anna B. 

Dollars and cents. W279d 

Patience. W279P 

West Point colors. (V279W 



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Warner, Anna B., joint author. See War- 
ner, Susan. 

Warner, Anne. 
Susan Clegg and her friend Mrs. Lathrop. 

W272 . 22s 
Woman's will. W272.22W 

Warner, Charles D. 

Gclden house; sequel to Little journey 
in the worla W28igo 

Little journey in the world. W28ili 

That fortune. W28it 

Their pilgrimage. W28ith 

Warner, Charles D., joint author. See 
Twain, Mark. 

Warner, Susan. 

Daisy; sequel to Melbourne House. 

W284d 
Daisy Plains. W284da 

Hills of the Shatemuc. W284h 

House in town; sequel to Opportunities. 

W284ho 
Letter of credit. W284I 

Melbourne House. W284m 

My Desire. W284my 

Old helmet. Wa84 o 

Opportunities; sequel to What she could. 

W284 op 
Pine needles. W284P 

Queechy. W284q 

Red wallflower. W284r 

Stephen, M. D. W284S 

Trading; sequel to House in tdwn. 

W284t 
What she could. W284W 

Wide, wide world. W284wi 

Warner, Susan, and Warner, Anna B. 

Gold of Chickaree; sequel to Wych 

Hazel. W284.iig 

Say and seal. W284.11S 

Wych Hazel. W284.11W 

Warren, SamueL 
Now and then. W293n 
Passages from the diary of a late physi- 
cian. W293P 
Ten thousand a year. 3v. W293t 
Warrior Gap. King. K52war 
Wars of peace. Wilson. W746W 
Warwick of the Knobs. Lloyd. L792W 
Was it love? Bourget. B772W 
Was it right to forgive? Barr. B267W 



Washer of the ford; legendary moralities 
and barbaric tales. Macleod. M164.11W 

Washington Square. James. J27W 

Washingtonians. Mackie. Mis8w 

Wasson, George S. 

Cap*n Simeon's store. W323C 

Watanna, Onoto, pseud. 
Daughters of Nijo. W324d 

Heart of Hyacinth. W324he 

Japanese nightingale. W324J 

Wooing of Wistaria. W324W 

Watch and ward. James. J27wa 

Watchers. Mason. M398W 

Watchmaker's wife, and other stories. 
Stockton. S866w 

Water ghost, and others. Bangs. 

817.49 B216W 

Water of the wondrous isles. Morris. 

M887W 

Water pavilion. Gautier. in G277a 

Water-witch. Cooper. C777W 

Waterdale neighbors. McCarthy. Mi23^- 

Waterloo, Stanley. 

Story of Aib. W327st 

Waterloo. Erckmann and Chatrian. E65W 

Waters, Mrs. Clara £. See Clement, Mrs. 
Clara E. 

Waters of Caney Fork. Read. R284wa 

Waters of Hercules. Gerard. G357W 

Watson, Mrs. Augusta C. 

Beyond the city gates. W337b 

Dorothy the Puritan. W337d , 

Watson, H. B. Marriott. 
Chloris of the Island. W338C 

House divided. W338h 

Hurricane Island. W338hu 

Rebel. W338r 

Watson, John. 
Afterwards, and other stories. W339a 
Beside the bonnie brier bush; [stories.] 

W339b 
Days of auld lang syne; [stories.] W339d 
Doctor of the old school. W339do 

Kate Carnegie. W339k 

Watters, T. 

Stories of every day life in modern 

China. W347S 

Watts-Dunton, Theodore. See Dunton, 

Theodore Watts—. 

Waverley. Scott. S43IW 

Way of the sea. Duncan. D912.21W 



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Way we live now. Trollopc. T847wa 

Ways of life. Oliphant. O47W 

Ways of the hour. Cooper. C777wa 

Ways of the service. Palmer. P173W 

Wayside courtship. Garland. G233W 

We and our neighbors. Stowe. S892W 

We girls. Whitney. W6i7w 

We two. Lyall. L981W 



in S859JC 
M981W 

W363P 

H645.22W 

W894W 

H565W 

W366P 
W379b 



Weaker sex. Stimson. 
Weaker vessel. Murray. 
Weaver, Emily. 

Prince Rupert's namesake. 
Web. Hill. 
Web of gold. Woods. 
Web of life. Herrick. 
Webb, Mrs. J. B. 

Pomponia. 
Webster, Henry K. 

Banker and the bear. 

Roger Drake, captain of industry. 

W379ro 

Traitor and loyalist. W379tr 

Webster, Henry K., joint author. See Mer- 

win, Samuel. 
Webster, Jean. 

When Patty went to college. W38iwh 
Wedding of the Lady of Lovell, and other 

matches of Tobiah's making. Silberrad. 

S582we 
Wedding trip. Bazan. B362W 

Wedmore, Frederick. 

Pastorals of France; [stories.] W393P 

Pastorals of France, and Renunciations. 

W393pa 
Wee Macgreegor. Bell. B433we 

Wee Willie Winkie. Kipling. in K 57u 
Week in a French country house. Sartoris. 

S251W 
Weekes, Rose K. 

Love in chief. W395I 

Weeks, Mrs. Helen C. S. See Campbell, 

Mrs. Helen S. 
Weir of Hermiston. Stevenson. S848W 

Same, in 828.89 S848 v.20 

Weird Orient. Iliowizi. I28W 

Weird picture. Carling. C282we 

Weird tales. HoflFmann. H699W 
Welch, Alfred. 

Extracts from the diary of Moritz Sven- 

gali. W438C 

Well at the world's end. Morris. M877WC 



Well-beloved. Hardy. H272W 
Wells, Caroline, and Taber, Harry P. 

Matrimonial bureau. W453.22m 
Wells, Herbert G. 

Food of the gods. ^ W455fo 

Invisible man. WUssi 

Sea lady. W455se 

Thirty strange stories. W455t 

Time machine. W^455ti 

War of worlds. W455W 

Wheels of chance. W455wh 

When the sleeper wakes. W455whe 
Wells, Mrs. Kate G. 

Miss Curtis. W455.22m 
Wendell, Barrett. 

Duchess Emilia. W469d 

Rankell's remains. W469r 

Wenderholme. Hamerton. • H215W 

Wensley, and other stories. Quincy. Q6w 

Wept of Wish-ton-wish. Cooper. C777WC 

Were-wolf. Housman. H84IW 

Werner, E., pseud. 

Alpine fay. W492a 

Banned and blessed. W492b 

Lover from across the sea. W492I 

Saint Michael. W492S 

Vineta. W492V 

Wertheimer, Louis. 

Muramasa blade. W499m 

Wessex tales. Hardy. H272\vc 
West, Mary. 

Born player. Wsigb 

West African stories. Ellis. E47.22W 

West Point colors. Warner. W279W 

West Point wooing, and other stories. 

Burnham. B966W 

WestaU, William. 

Old factory. W5230 

Princes of Peele. W523P 

Tales and traditions of Switzerland. 

Ws23t 

Westcotes. Couch. C853WC 

Westcott, Edward N. 

Christmas story from David Harum. 

^V525c 

David Harum. W525d 

Teller. W525t 

Westerners. White. W588.22W 

Westward ho! Kingsley. K55W 
Weyman, Stanley J. 

Abbess of Vlaye. \V549a 



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Wejnnan, Stanley J. 

Castle Inn. WS49ca 

Count Hannibal. W549CO 
From the memoirs of a minister of 

France. WS49fr 

Gentleman of France. W549ge 

House of the Wolf. WS49lio 

In kings' byways; [stories.] W549in 

King's stratagem; [stories.] WS49ki 

Little wizard, W549H 

Long night. W549I0 

Man in black. W549ma 

My Lady Rotha. W549my 

Red cockade. W549rc 

Shrewsbury. W549sh 

Sophia. W549S0 

Story of Francis Cludde. W549st 

Under the red robe. W549un 

Whaleman's wife. Bullen. B936wh 
Wharton, Mrs. Edith J. 

Crucial instances; [stories.] W553C 
Descent of man^ and other stories. W553d 

Greater inclination; [stories.] W553g 

Sanctuary. W553S 

Touchstone. W553t 

Valley of decision. WS53v 
Wharton, Thomas. 

"Bobbo," and other fancies. W5S4b 

What answer? Dickinson. D553W 

What cheer? Russell. R968wh 

What he cost her. Payn. P345wli 

What Maisie knew. James. J27wh 

What manner of man. Kenton. K38wh 

What necessity knows. Dougall. D731W 

What people live by. Tolstoi. T654wh 

What she could. Warner. W284W 

What will he do with it? Lytton. L998W 

What's mine's mine. Macdonald. Mi35wh 
Wheat and tares. Clay tor. C622.22W 

Wheel of fire. Bates. B328wh 

Wheels of chance. Wells. W4S5wh 
Wheelwright, John T. 

Bad penny. W566b 

When a man's single. Barrie. B275W 

When all the woods are green. Mitchell. 

M682W 

When blades are out and love's afield. 
Brady. B8i2w 

When Charles the First was king. Fletch- 
er. F6i3wh 
When Greek meets Greek. Hatton. H366W 



When 1 was czar. Marchmont. M318W 
When knighthood was in flower. Major. 

M234vy 

When love is young. Gilson. G489W 

When Patty went to college. Webster. 

W38iwh 
When rogues fall out. Hatton. H366wh 
When the century was new. Abbott. 

A131W 

When the gates lift up their heads. Ers- 

kine. E73.33W 

When the sleeper wakes. Wells. W455whe 

When Valmond came to Pontiac. Parker. 

P239W 
When we two parted. Doudney. D729W 
When we were boys. O'Brien. O13.22W 
When wilderness was king. Parrish. 

P261W 
"Where angels fear to tread," and other 
tales of the sea. Robertson. R652W 

Where duty lies. Hocking. H68sw 

Where love is. Locke. L815W 

Where the battle was fought. Craddock. 

C884W 
Where the tide comes in. Thruston. T531W 

While Charlie was away. Bigelow. 

B592.42W 
Whilomville stories. Crane. C892W 

Whim and its consequences. James. J26w 
Whimsical wooing. Barrili. B275.22W 

Whip hand. Merwin. M576W 

Whisper in the dark. Alcott. in A355m 
[Whitaker, Evelyn.] 

Baby John. W577b 

Belle. Ws77be 

Dear. Ws77d 

Don. W577do 

For the fourth time of asking. Ws77f 

Lil. W577I 

Miss Toosey's mission, and Laddie. 

Ws77ra 

My Honey. W577my 

Our little Ann. W5770 

Pomona. W577P0 

Rob and Kit. W577r 

Tip Cat. Ws77t 

Zoe. Ws772 

Whitby, Beatrice. 

Matter of skill. W579m 

Part of the property. W579P 



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White, C. Hm pseud. See Chaplin, He- 
man W. 

White, Eliza O. 

Browning courtship, and other stories. 

W584b 
Coming of Theodora. W584C 

John Forsyth's aunts. WS84J 

Lesley Chilton. W584le 

Lover of the truth. W584I0 

Miss Brooks. W584m 

Winterborough. W584W 

White, Percy. 
Mr. Bailey-Martin. W587m 

White, Richard G. 
Fate of Mansfield Humphreys. W587.22f 

White, Stewart E. 

Blazed trail. W588.22h 

Blazed trail stories, and Stories of tha 
wild life. W588.22bl 

Conjuror's house. W588.22CO 

Silent places. W588.22S 

Westerners. W588.22W 

White, William A. 

Stratagems and spoils; [stories.] W589S 

White, William H. See Rutherford, Mark. 

White aprons. Goodwin. G657W 

White birches. Trumbull. T868w 

White castle of Louisiana. Ailenroc. 

A293W 

White company. Doyle. D7S4wh 

White crown, and other stories. Ward. 

W258W 

White heather. Black. B627W 

White heron, and other stories. Jewett. 

JS9w 

White islander. Catherwood. C363W 

White-jacket. Melville. M532W 

White king of Manoa. Hatton. H366whi 

White lies. Reade. R285W 

White Mail. Warman. W278W 

White rose. Melville. MS3iwh 

White terror. Gras. G767W 

White terror and the red. Cahan. Ci3iwh 

White wings. Black. B627wh 
White wolf, and other fireside tales. 

Couch. C853wh 

Whiteboy. Hall. H174W 

Whiteing, Richard. 

Island. Ws94i 

No. 5 John Street. W5g4n 

Whitelailies. Oliphant. 047wh 



Whitelock, Brand. 

13th district. W6i3t 

Whites and the blues. Dumas. D886wh 
Whitney, Mrs. Adeline D. T. 
Ascutney Street. W6i7a 

Biddy's episodes. W6i7bi 

Bonnyborough. W6i7bo 

Faith Gartney's girlhood. W6i7f 

Gay worthy s. W6i7g 

Golden gossip. W6i7go 

Hitherto. W6i7h 

Homespun yarns. W6i7ho 

Odd or even? W6170 

Other girls. W6i7ot 

Patience Strong's outings. W6i7p 

Real folks. W6i7r 

Sights and insights. W617S 

Square pegs. W6i7sq 

Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's life. 

W617SU 
We girls. W6i7w 

Zerub Throop's experiment. in W6i7ho 
Whitson, John H. 
Barbara. W624b 

Justin Wingate, ranchman. W624JU 

Rainbow chasers. W624r 

Whitty, Edward M. 

Bohemians of London. W627b 

"Who breaks — pays." Jenkin. Jsiw 

Who goes there? Benson. 6474W 

Who is John Noman? Beckett. B396W 
Who shall serve? Swan. S971W 

Who was lost and is found. Oliphant. 

O47who 
Whom Kathie married. Douglas. D733W 
Whom the gods destroyed. Daskam. 

I7229wh 

Whosoever shall offend. Crawford. 

CSgpwh 
Why did he not die? Volckhausen. V912W 
Whyte-Melville, George J. See Melville, 
George J. Whyte — . 

Wichert, Ernst. 
Green gate. W633g 

Wickersham, James A. 

Enoch Willoughby. W636C 

Wide, wide world. Warner. W284wi 

Widow Guthrie Johnston. J73.33W 

Widow Lamport. Yeats. in Y4ig 

Widow Lerouge. Gaboriau. Gii6w 
Widower and some spinsters. Pool. PSaiw 



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Wieland. Brown. B877.33W 

Wife of a vain man. Schwartz. S399W 
Wife of his youth. Chesnutt. C524W 

Wife's trials. Worboise. W919W 

Wiggin, Mrs. Kate D. S. 

Cathedral courtship, and Penelope's Eng- 
lish experiences. W655ca 
Diary of a goose girl. W655d 
Penelope's Irish experiences. W6S5pi 
Penelope's progress. W655PP 
Polly Oliver's problem. W655po 
Rebecca of Sunnybrook farm. W655re 
Summer in a canon. W6sssu 
Timothy's quest. W6S5ti 
Village watch-tower; [stories.] W65Svi 
Wiggin, Mrs« Kate D. S., and others. 

Affair at the inn. W655.22a 

Wigwam and the cabin. Simms. S594W 
Wild Darrie. Murray and Herman. 

M981.22W 
Wild Eelin. Black. B627wi 

Wild huntsman, and other tales. Erckmann 
and Chatrian. E65wi 

Wild oats. Wraxall. W943W 

Wild Ruthvens. Yorke. Y64W 

Wilderness road. Altsheler. A469W 

Will ordy Florence. • 

Dominie Freylinghausen. W677d 

Wilfrid Cumbermede. Macdonald. Mi35wi 
Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship. Goethe* 

in r838.62 G684W v.i-a 

Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship and 

travels. Goethe. G6S4W 

Wilhelm Meister's travels. Goethe. 

in r838.62 G684W v.3 

Wilkins, Mary £. 

Givers; [stories.] W684g 

Heart's highway. W684he 

Humble romance, and other stories. 

W684hu 
Jamesons. W684J 

Jane Field. W684Ja 

Jerome, a poor man. W684je 

Love of Parson Lord, and other stories. 

W684I0 
Madelon. W684ma 

New England nun, and other stories. 

W684ne 
Pembroke. W684pe 

People of our neighborhood; [stories.] 

W684peo 



Portion of labor. 
Silence, and other stories. 
Six trees; [stories.] 
Understudies; [stories.] 



W684PO 

W684si 

W684six 

W684un 



Wind in the rose-bush, and other stories 
of the supernatural. W684wi 

Wilkinson, Florence. 

Strength of the hills. W686.52S 

Will. Eckstein. E19W 

Will o' the Wasp. Rogers. R728W 

WiUard, Mrs. Caroline M. W. 

Kin-da-shon's wife. W689k 

Waiard, Josiah F. See Flynt, Josiah. 
Willard, Kate L. 

Colony of girls. W693C 

Willey, George F. 

Soltaire. W71SS 

Williams, Churchill. 

Captain. W723C 

J. Devlin — ^boss. W723J 

Williams, Jesse L. 

Princeton stories. W724P 

Stolen story, and other newspaper 
stories. W724S 

Williamson, Charles N., and Williamson, 
Mrs. Alice M. L. 

Lightning conductor. W729I 

Princess passes. W729pr 

Willing transgressor, and other stories. 

Plympton- P739W 

WiUis, Nathaniel P. 

Paul Fane. W739P 

Wills, C. J., joint author. See Philips, F. C. 
Willy Reilly and his dear Cooleen Bawn. 

Carleton. C281W 

WUson, A. F. 

Wars of peace. W746W 

Wilson, E. C. 

La Rochelle. W746.22I 

Wilson, Harry L. 

Lions of the Lord. W749I 

Seeker. W749se 

Spenders. W749SP 

Wilson, John M., ed. 

Tales of the borders and of Scotland. 

Z90it 
Wilson, Marian C. 

Manuclita. W752.22m 

Wilson, William R. A. 

Knot of blue. W754kn 

Rose of Normandy. W754ro 



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Winchester meads. Marshall. M367W 

Wind in the rose-bush, and other stories of 

the supernatural. Wilkins. W684wi 

Wind of destiny. Hardy. H268W 

Winding road. Godfrey. G583W 

Window in Thrums. Barrie. B275wi 

Windsor Castle. Ainsworth. A297W 

Windy Creek. Thompson. T472W 

Wine-ghost of Bremen. HaufF. H369W 

Winefred. Gould. G698W 

Wing-and Wing. Cooper. C777wi 

Wingfield, Lewis. 

Curse of Koshiu. W771C 

Lovely Wang. W771I 

Maid of honor. W77im 

Wings of Icarus. Alma-Tadema. A443W 

Wings of the dove. James. J27wi 

Wings of the morning. Tracy. T761W 

Winifred Bertram. Charles. C475W 

Winslow, Hdcn M. 

Salome Shepard, reformer. W77QS 

Winslow, Margaret E. 

Fate of the innocents. W779.22f 

Winslow Plain. Greene. G8i2wi 

Winter, Mrs. Alice A. 

Prize to the hardy. W784pr 
Winter, John S., pseud. 

Blaze of glory. W785bl 

Career of a beauty. W785ca 

Every inch a soldier. , W785ev 

Heart and sword. W785he 
In quarters with the 25th dragoons. 

W785in 

Little Joan. W78sli 

Magic wheel. W785m 

Magnificent young man. W785ma 

Marty. W785mar 

Name to conjure with. W785n 

Other man's wife. W785 ot 

Peacemakers. W785pe 

Price of a wife. W785pr 

Regimental legends. W785re 

Soul of honor. W785SO 

Strange story of my life. W785st 

Those girls. W785th 

Winter fire. Porter. P848W 
Winter picnic. Dowd and Dickinson. 

D553.22W 

Winter story. Peard. P359W 

Winterborough. White. W584W 



Winthrop, Theodore. 

Cecil Dreeme. 
Edwin Brothertoft. 
John Brent. 
Mr. Waddy's return. 

Wire cutters. Davis. 

Wisdom of fools. Deland. 

Wise woman. Burnham. 



W793C 
W793C 

W793i 
W793m 

D263W1 

D337wi 

B966wi 



Wise women of Inverness, and other mis- 
cellanies. Black. B627wis 

Wiseman, Nicholas P. S., cardinaL 

Fabiola. W8141 

Wish. Sudermann. S943W 

Wister, Mrs. Annis L. P., tr. 
Alpine fay. Werner. W492a 

At the councillor's. Mariitt. M348a 

Bailiff's maid. Mariitt. M348b 

Banned and blessed. Werner. W492b 
Castle Hohenwald. Streckfuss. S914C 
Countess Erika's apprenticeship. Schu- 
bin. S384C 

Countess Gisela. Mariitt. M348C 

Eichhofs. Reichenbach. R35ie 

Erlach Court. Schubin. 83846 

Family feud. Harder. H258f 

From hand to hand. Raimund. Ri53.22f 
Gold Elsie. Mariitt. M348g 

Green gate, Wichert. W633g 

Hulda. Lewald. L669h 

In the Schillingscourt. Mariitt. M348i 
Lady with the rubies. Mariitt. M348I 
Little Moorland princess. Mariitt. M348Ii 
Margarethe. Juncker. J95ni 

New race. Raimund. Ri53.22n 

Noble name. Gluemer. Gs67n 

"O thou, my Austria!" Schubin. S3840 
Old mam'selle's secret. Mariitt. M348o 
Only a girl. Hillern. H6520 

Owl's nest. Mariitt. M3480W 

Penniless girl. Heimburg. H467PC 

Picked up in the street. Schobert. S363P 
Quicksands. Streckfuss. S9i4q 

Saint Michael. Werner. W492S 

Second wife. Mariitt. M348S 

Severa. Hartncr. H333.22S 

Too rich. Streckfuss. 89141 

Vain forebodings. Schulze-Smidt. S39IV 
Violetta. Manteuffel. M292.33V 

Why did he not die? Volckhausen. 

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Wister, O'wen. 

Jimmyjohn boss, and other stories. W817J 

Journey in search of Christmas. W817J0 

Lin McLean; [stories.] W817I 

Red men and white; [stories.] W8i7r 

Virginian. W817V 

Witch of Prague. Crawford. CSpQwi 

Witch of Salem. Musick. M987W 

Witching hour. Norman. N842W 

With British and braves. Parks. P2S2w 

With edge tools. Taylor. T24IW 

With edged tools. Merriman. M57iwi 

With fire and sword. Sienkiewicz. S572W 

With my friends. Matthews. M439.25W 

With sword and crucifix. Van Zile. V286W 

With the best intentions. Harland. H283W 

AVith the immortals. Crawford. CSgQwit 

With the procession. Fuller. F966W 

Witherspoon, Orlando. Doctor Ben. 

W824d 
Within an ace. Jenkin. JSiwi 

Within sound of the sea. Dempstc r. D389W 
Within the capes. Pyle. PgpSw 

Within the precincts. Oliphant. 047wi 
Without a warrant. Brooks. B873.22W 

Without dogma. Sienkiewicz. S572wi 

Witt, Mme. Henricttc G. dc. 

Motherless. W826m 

Wives and daughters. Gaskell. G248W 
Wives of men of genius. Daudet. D283W 
Wizard's son. Oliphant. 047wiz 

"Woe to the conquered!" Berkov/. B5i3w 
Wolfenberg. Black. B627WO 

Wolfenstein, Martha. 

Idyls of the Gass. W856i 

Wolff, JuUus. 
Robber count. W857r 

Salt master of Liineburg. W857S 

Wolfville. Lewis. L673W 

Wolfville days. Lewis. L673WO 

Wolfville nights. Lewis. L673W0I 

Wolves and the lamb. Thackeray. inT363d 
Woman hater. Reade. R285W0 

Woman in white. Collins. C713W 

Woman intervenes. Barr. B268V/ 

Woman of forty. Stuart. S929.22W 

Woman of Shawmut. Carpenter. C294W 
Woman ventures. Phillips. •P554WO 

Woman who failed, and others. Chandler. 

C456W 
Woman with the velvet necklace. Dumas. 

in D886ch 



Woman's friendship. Aguilar. A283W 

Woman's kingdom. Mulock. M959W 

Woman's reason. Howells. H8s9w 

Woman's vengeance. Payn. P345WO 

Woman's will. Warner. W272.22W 

Won by waiting. Lyall. L981W0 
Wonderful history of Mr. Robert Dalyell. 

Oliphant in O47W 

Wood, Charlotte D. See Dunning, Char- 
lotte. 

Wood, Mrs. Edith E. 

Her provincial cousin. W874.22h 

Shoulder-straps and sun-bonnets; [stor- 
ies.] W874.22S 
Spirit of the service. W874.22SP 

Wood, Mrs. Ellen P. 

Danesbury House. W874.33d 

Wood, George. 

Gates wide open. W875g 

Modern pilgrims. W87Sm 

Wood, H. Freeman. 

Passenger from Scotland Yard. W875.22P 

Wood, Henry. 

Edward Burton. W876e 

Victor Sercnus. W876V 
Wood, John S. 

Coign of vantage. W877C 

College days. W877CO 

Daughter of Venice. W877d 

Gramercy Park. W877g 

Old beau, and other stories. W877 o 

Yale yarns. W877y 

Wood beyond the world. Morris. M877WO 

Wood-carver of 'Lympus. Waller. W198W 

Woodcraft. Simms. S594WO 

Woodhouse correspondence. Russell and 

Sichel. R963.22W 

Woodland tales. Stinde. * S86iw 

Woodlanders. Hardy. H272WO 

Woodman. Beaurepaire. B383W 

Woodman. James. J26WO 

Woodruff, Mrs. Julia L. M. See Jay, W. 
M. L. 

Woods, Katharine P. 

From dusk to dawn. W894f 

John. W894J 

Metzerott, shoemaker. W894m 

Web of gold. W894W 

Woods, Mrs. Margaret L. B. 

Esther Vanhomrigh. W896e 



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Woods, Mrs. Margaret L. B. 

Sons o£ the sword. 

Vagabonds. 

Village tragedy. 
Woodstock, bcott. 
Wooing of Judith. Kennedy. 
Wooing of Sheila. Rhys. 



W896S 

W896V 

W896vi 

S431WO 

K35WO 

R481WO 



Wooing of Wistaria. Watanna. W324W 
Wooing o't. Alexander. A374WO 

WooUcy, Mrs. Celia P. 

Girl graduate. WpiSgi 

Rachel Armstrong; same as Love and 

theology. Wgiar 
Woollcy, Edward M. 

Roland of Altenburg. W9i3-22ro 

Woolson, Constance F. 

Anne. W9i6a 

Castle Nowhere. W916C 
Dorothy, and other Italian stories. W9i6d 

East Angels. W9i6e 

For the major. W9i6f 

Horace Chase. W9i6h 

Jupiter Lights. W916J 

Rodman the keeper; [stories.] W9i6r 

Worboise, Emma J. 

Lillingstones of Lillingstone. W919I 

Wife's trials. W919W 

Word and the will. Payn. P.345wor 

Word, only a word. Ebers. Ei6w 

Same. Ei6wo 

World of chance. Howells. H859WO 

World went very well then. Besant. B554w 
World's desire. Haggard and Lang. 

H145.11WO 

World's mercy. Gray. G781W 

World's verdict. Hopkins. H795w 

Wormwood. Corclli. C797w 

Would you kill him? Lathrop. L354W 

Wounded name. King. K52WO 

Wounds in the rain. Crane. C892W 
Woven with the ship, together with certain, 

other veracious tales. Brady. B8i2wo 

Wraxall, Frederick C. L. 

Wild oats. W943W 

Wreck of the Chancellor. Verne. V53IW 
Wreck of the Grosvenor. Russell. R968wr 
Wrecker. Stevenson and Osbourne. 

S848.ZIW 

Same. in 828.89 S 848 v.io 

Wright, Mrs. Julia M. 

Adam's daughters. W949A 



Wright, Mrs. Mary T. 

Aliens. 
Test 

Truce, and other stories. 
Writing to Rosina. Bishop. 



W952a 

W952t 
W952tr 
B622wr 



Wrong box. Stevenson and Osbourne. 

S848.iiwr 
Same. in 828.395848 v. 11 

W^rong man. Gerard. G356W 

Wrongs righted. Swan. S97iwr 

Wuthering Heights. Bronte. B869.11W 
Wyandotte. Cooper. C777wt 

Wyncote. Erskine. E73.44W 

Wyatt, Edith. 

Every one his own way; (stories.] 

W975ev 
True love. W975tr 

Wych Hazel. Warner. W284.11W 

Wylde, Katharine. 

Dreamer. W98id 

Wjrman, Mrs. Lillie C. 

Poverty grass; [stories.] W984P 

X jewel. Moncrieff. M73SX 

Xenos, Stephanos T. 

Andronike. Xsa 

Yale yarns. Wood. W877y 

Yankee from the West. Read. R284ya 

Yankee ships and Yankee sailers. Barnes. 

B26iy 

Yankee volunteer. Taylor. T244V 

Yanko the musician, and other stories. 

Sicnkiewicz. S572y 

Yates, Edmund. 

Running the gauntlet. Y32r 

Yellow flag. Y32y 

Ye lyttle Salem maide. Mackie. MisSy 
Year in Eden. Preston. P938y 

Year one of the republic. Erckmann and 
Chatrian. E65y 

Year worth living. Baker. Bidgy 

Years that the locust hath eaten. Holds- 
worth. H728y 
Yeast. Kingsley. Kssy 
Yeats, Sidney K. L. 

Chevalier d'Auriac. Y4IC 

Galahad of the Creeks, and Widow Lam- 
port. V'4ig 
Hearc of Denise, and other tales. Y4ih 
Honour of Savelli. Y4iho 
Lord Protector. Y41I0 
Orrain. G^ior 
Traitor's way. Y4it 



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Yckl. Cahan. Ci3iy 

Yellow crayon. Oppenheim. 062ye 

Yellow flag. Yates. Y32y 

Yellow frigate. Grant G762y 

Yellow snake. Bishop. B622y 

Yemassee. Simms. S594y 

Yesterday. Johnson. J67y 

Yoke. Miller. M648y 

Yoke of Thorah. Harland. H282yo 

Yolandc. Black. B627y 

Yone Santo. House. H839y 

Yonge, Charlotte M. 

Armourer's prentices. Y56a 
Beechcroft; same as Scenes and charac- 
ters. Y56S 

Beechcroft at Rockstone. Y56b 

Caged lion. Y56C 

Chantry House. Y56ch 

Chaplet of pearls. Y56cha 

Clever woman of the family. Y56CI 
Countess Kate, and Stokesley secret. 

Y56CO 

Cunning woman's grandson. Y56CU 

Daisy chain. Y56d 

Dove in the eagle's nest. Y56do 

Dynevor Terrace. Y56dy 

Grisly Grisell. Y56g 

Heartsease. Y56h 

Heir of Redclyffe. Ys6he 

Hopes and fears. Y56ho 

Lances of Lynwooa. Ys61a 

Long vacation. Y56I0 

Love and life. Y56I0V 

Magnum bonum. Y56m 

Modern Telemachus. Y56mo 
My young Alcides. • Y56my 
Pilgrimage of the Ben Beriah. Y56pt 

Pillars of the house. Y56pil 

Release. Y 56r 

Reputed changeling. Ys6re 

Scenes and characters; same as Beech- 
croft. Y56S 

Slaves of Sabmus. Y56SI 

Stray pearls. Y56st 

That stick. Y56t 

Three brides. Y56th 

Trial; more links of the Daisy chain. 

Y56tr 

Two guardians. Ys6twg 

Two penniless princesses. Y56twp 



Two sides of the shield; sequel to Scenes 
and characters. Y56tws 

Unknown to history. Y56un 

Young step-mother. Y56y 

Yongc, Charlotte M., and Coleridge, Chris- 
tabel R. 

Strolling players. Ys6.iiy 

York and Lancaster rose. Keary. K24y 
Yorke, Curtis, pseud. 

Wild Ruthvens. Y64W 

Youma. Hearn. H436y 

Young, Rose E. 

Henderson. Y7Sh 

Sally of Missouri. Y75S 

Young April. Castle. C353yo 

Young Brown. Murray. M982y 

'V'oung duke. Beaconsficld. B364y 

Same. in r 823. 86w v. 3-4 

Young maids and old. Burnham. B9665 
Young Maugars. Theuriet. T4i5y 

\oung Mistley. Merriman. M57iyo 

Yo'ung Mrs. Jar dine. Mulock. Mpspy 

Young mountaineers. Craddock. C884y 
Young Musgrave. Oliphant. 047y 

Young Sam and Sabina. Raymond. R273y 
Young step-mother. Yonge. Y56y 

Youth, and two other stories. Conrad. 

C754yo 
Yozall, James H. 

Alain Tanger's wife. Y83a 

Rommany Stone. Y83ro 

Zack, pseud. 
Life is life, and other tales snd episodes. 

Z17I 
On trial. Z170 

Roman road; [stories.] Zi7ro 

Zadoc Pine, and other stories. Bunner. 

B942Z 
Zangwill, IsraeL 
Celibates' club; Bachelors' club, and Old 
maids' club. Z29ce 

Children of the Ghetto. Z29ch 

Dreamers of the Ghetto; [stories.] Z29dr 
Grey wig; [stories.] Z29gr 

King of Schnorrers; [stories.] Z29k: 
Mantle of Elijah. Z29m 

Master. Z29ma 

"They that walk in darkness;" [stories.] 

Z29th 

Zangwill, Louis. 

One's womenkind. Z3ion 



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L998Z 


Labor. 




Z861 


Zeit-geist. Dougall. 


D731Z 


Lourdes. 




Z8610 


Zelda Dameron. Nicholson. 


N627Z 


Paris. 2v. 




Z86p 


Zenobia. Ware. 


W273i 


Rome. 2v. 




Z86ro 


Zeph. Jackson. 


Jl2Z 


Truth. 




Z86t 


Zerub Throop's experiment. 


Whitney. 


Zorah. Balch. 




B174Z 




in W6i7ho 


Zoraida. Le Queux. 




L613Z 


Zicci. Lytton. 


in L998CO 


Zoroaster. Crawford. 




C899Z 


Zimmcm, Helen, and Zimmeniy Alice, tr. 


Zschokke, Heinrich. 






Half-hours with foreign novelists. 2v. 


Princess of Brunswick-Wolfenbiittel, and 




Zgpih 


other tales. 




Z92P 


Zoe. [Whitaker.] 


W577Z 


Tales. 




Z92t 


Zola, Emile. 




Zubof, Roman I. 






Downfall. 


Z86do 


Viera. 




Z93V 


Dream of love. 


Z86dr 


Zuleka. Ross. 




R823Z 


Fruitfulness. 


Z86f 


Zury. Kirkland. 




K62.33« 


His excellency. 


Z86h 


Zut, and other Parisians. 


Carryl. 


C321Z 




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Class List No. 2 



Philosophy and Religion 



1906 



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REVIEW PUBLISHING CO. 

JULY, 1906 



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PREFACE. 



This class list includes all books in the classes of 
Philosophy and Religion arranged according to the 
divisions of the Decimal classification. The form of 
entry is that of the author card of the dictionary 
card catalogue. 

The symbol at the right-hand side of the page, 
opposite each title, is the number to be used in call- 
ing for the book, and should be copied exactly. 
Call numbers preceded by the letter "r" designate 
books in the reference collection, which cannot be 
taken from the Library. Those preceded by the 
letters " D," " F," "G" and "Sw" designate books 
in the Danish - Norwegian, French, Geiman and 
Swedish languages. 



SYNOPSIS OF CLASSIFICATION. 



PHILOSOPHY, 



»s. Page. 

I Philosophy. i 

History. 2 

» Metaphysics. 3 

} Mind and body. 4 
Mental physiology and hygiene. 4 
Mental derangements. 5 
Delusions. Magic. 6 
Mesmerism. Hypnotism. Clair- 
voyance. 8 
Sleep. 9 
Mental characteristics. 10 
Physiognomy. 10 
Phrenology. Ii 



Class. 

Z40 Philosophical systems. 

150 Psychology. Child study. 

z6o Logic. 

170 Ethics. 

State ethics. 

Family ethics. 

Business ethics. 

Ethics of amusements. 

Sexual ethics. 

Social ethics. 

Temperance. 

180 Ancient philosophers. 
190 Modem philosophers. 



Page. 
II 
12 
16 

17 
22 

23 

24 

24 

25 

25 
26 

27 
31 



RELIGION, 



lass. 

K) Religion. 

History. 
'0 Natural theology. 

Thcosophy. 

Religion and science. 

Future life. 
' Bible. 

'doctrinal theology. 

God. 

Christology. - 

Man. 

Salvation. 

Angels. Devils. 

Eschatalog^. 

Future state. 

Creeds. Catechisms. 

Apologetics. 
Religion and science. 
^ devotional. Practical. 

Hymnology. 

Ecclesiology. Symbolism, 
ious art. 



Page. 
36 
42 
42 
44 
46 
47 
47 
71 
74 
75 
79 

79 
80 

80 

80 

81 

82 

84 

85 

87 
Relig- 

88 



Class. 


Page. 


Perspnal religion. 


90 


350 Homiletics. 


91 


Preaching. 


91 


Sermons. 


92 


a6o Church. 


96 


Church influence. 


96 


Ecclesiastical polity. 


97 


Sabbath. Sunday. 


98 


Public, worship. Ritual. 


98 


Sacraments. 


99 


Missions. 


99 


Associations. 


104 


Sunday schools. 


104 


Revivals. 


105 


370 Religious history. 


105 


Apostolic age. 


106 


(Ecumenical councils. 


108 


Mediaeval period. 


108 


Reformation. 

1 


108 


Modern period. 


109 


Monastic orders. 


109 



I 



SYNOPSIS OF CLASSIFICATION. 



Class. Page. 

370 Religious History~(continued). 

Sisterhoods. Deaconesses. iii 

Persecutions. iii 

Heresies. 112 

380 Christian churches. 116 

Primitive. Oriental. 117 

Romap Catholic. 119 

Anglican. 121 

Lutheran. 123 

Albigenses. Waldenses. 123 

Huguenots. 124 

Moravian. Swedish. 124 

Presbyterian. 124 

Congregational. 125 

Puritanism. 125 

Baptists. 126 

Methodist 126 

Unitarian. 126 



Class. 

Universalist Adventist. 

New Church or Swedenborgis 
Quakers. 

Christian science, 
ago Ethnic. Non-Christian. 

Comparative mythology. 

Greek and Roman mythology. 

Teutonic and northern mythok 

Brahmanism. Buddhism. 

Parseeism. 

Judaism. 

Mohammedanism. 

Mormonism. 

Semitic. 

Egyptian. 

Chinese and Japanese. 
American Indian. 



PHILOSOPHY. 



100. GENERAL WORKS. 

Armstrong, Andrew C. 
Transitional eras in thought, with special 
reference to the present age. 1904. 

100 A735 
Baldwin, James M., ed. 

Dictionary of philosophy and psychology, 
giving a terminology in English, 
French, German and Italian. 3v. in 4 
1901-1905. qri03Bi82 

Fleming, William, and Calderwoodv Henry. 
Vocabulary of philosophy and student's 
book of reference; based on Fleming's 
Vocabulary, by Henry Calderwood. 
1895. 103F599C 

Harris, William T. 
Introduction to the study of philosophy 
. . . passages from his writings select- 
ed and arranged by M. Kies. 1889. 

102H317 
Holding, Harald. 
Problems of philosophy; tr. by G. M. 
Fisher. 1905. 100H697P 

International congress of arts and science, 
St. Louis, 1904. 
Congress of arts and science, Universal 
exposition, 1904; ed. by H. J. Rogers. 
1905-1906. 060I61C 

V. I. Philosophy and mathematics. 
Kfllpe, Oswald. 
Introduction to philosophy; tr. from the 
German by W. B. Pillsbury and E. B. 
Titchener. 1897. 102K68 

Udd, George T. 
Introduction to philosophy. 1890. 

102L1 S3 
Mivart, St. George. 

The helpful science. 1895. 101M686 

On truth; a systematic inquiry. 1889. 

100M686 



Paulsen, Friedrich. 

Introduction to philosophy; tr. by F. 
Thilly. Ed. 2. 1898. 102P332 

Renan, Ernest. 

Future of science. 1891. ioiR393f 

Rogers, Arthur K. 

Brief introduction to modern philosophy. 
1899. 102R724 

Shoup, Francis A. 
Mechanism and personality. 1891. 

1028561 
St5ckl, Albert. 
Grundziige der philosophic. 1892. 

G-102S865 
Stuckenberg, John H. W. 
Introduction to the study of philosophy. 
1902. 10289341 

Thompson, J. Radford, ed. 

Dictionary of philosophy in the words 

of philosophers. 1887. ri03T483 

Voltaire, Frangois M. Arouet de. 

Philosophical dictionary. lOv. 1901. 

in r848.5V935w v. 5-14. 
Watson, John. 
Comte, Mill and 8pencer; outline of phil- 
osophy. 1895. 102W341 
Outline of philosophy; [same as Comte, 
Mill and 8pencer.] 1898. 102W341 o 

104. ES8AYS. 

Bain, Alexander. 

Dissertations on leading philosophical 
topics. 1903. i04Bi6id 

Blackwell, Antoinette B. 
8tudies in general science. 1869. 

104B632S 
Caird, Edward. 
Lectures on literature and philosophy. 
2v. 1892. * 824.89Ci36es 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Carpenter, William Benjamin. 

Nature and man; essays scientific and 
philosophical 1889. i04C298n 

Cams, Paul. 

Fundamental problems. 1889. 104C331 
Clifford, Wniiam K. 
Lectures and essays; ed. by L. Stephen 
and F. Pollock. Ed. 2. 1886. 

104C639I 
Cobbe« Frances P. 

Scientific spirit of the age, and other 
pleas and discussions. 1888. 

824.89C654S 
Colmnbia university. New York. 
Contributions to philosophy, psychology 
and education. 

V. i-date. 1894-date. ri04C725c 

De Quincey, Thomas. 

Essays in philosophy. 1877. 104D426 
Essays on philosophical writers, and 
other men of genius. 2v. 1862. 

104D426C 
Hedge, Frederic H. 
Atheism in philosophy, and other essays. 
1884. 104H453 

James, William. 

The will to believe, and other essays in 
popular philosophy. 1897. 104J29W 

Knight, WilUam. 

Essays in philosophy, old and new. 
1890. 104K71 

Martineau, James. 

Essays, reviews and addresses; philo- 
sophical. 1891. in 824.89M386e v. 3. 
Porter, Noah. 
Science and sentiment, with other papers, 
chiefly philosophical. 1882. 104P847S 
Royce, Josiah. 
Studies of good and evil. 1898. 

104R888S 
Schiller, Ferdinand C. S. 

Humanism; philosophical essays. 1903. 

i04S33Sh 

Seth, Andrew, and Haldane, Richard B., ed. 

Essays in philosophical criticism. 1883. 

104S494 
Sidgwick, Henry. 

Lectures on the philosophy of Kant, and 
other philosophical lectures and essays. 
1905. 104S568I 



Veitch, John. 

Knowing and being. 1889. 



104 V429k 



105. PERIODICALS. 

American journal of psychology, v. 9- 

date. 1897-date. 
Journal of speculative philosophy; ed. by 

W. T. Harris, 1867-1888. v. 1-22, in 

17. 1867-1893. 
Mind; a quarterly review of psychology 

and philosophy, v. 15-date. 1890-datc. 
Pedagogical seminary. v. i-date. 1891- 

date. 



109. HISTORY. 

Burt, Benjamin C. 
History of modern philosophy. 2v. 1892. 

1096972 
Cousin, Victor. 

Course of the history of modern philoso- 
phy; tr. by O. W. Wight. 2v. 1862. 

109C867 
Crozier, John B. 
Civilization and progress. Ed. 3. 1892. 

901C954C 

History of intellectual development on 

the lines of modern evolution, v. i, 3. 

1897-1901. 90iC954h 

Draper, John W. 

History of the intellectual development 
of Europe. 2v. 1903. 90iD765h 

Erdmann, Johami E. 

History of philosophy; English tr. ed. by 
W. S. Hough. 3v. 1890. 

109E66 
Palckenberg, Richard. 
History of modern philosophy from Nic- 
olas Cusa to the present time; tr. by 
A. C. Armstrong. Ed. 3. 1897. 

i09Hi78h 
Fischer, Kuno. 

History of modern philosophy; tr. from 
the German by J. P. Gordy; ed. by 
N. Porter, v.i. 1887. 109F529 

Heine, Heinrich. 

Religion and philosophy in Germany; a 
fragment; tr. by J. Snodgrass. 1882. 

i09H46Rr 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Hdffding, Harald. 

History of modern philosophy, tr. from 
the German by B. E. Meyer. 2v. 1900. 

109H697 

Holland, Frederic M. 

Rise of intellectual liberty, from Thalcs 
to Copernicus. 1885. 211H734 

Janet, Paul, and S6ailles, Gabriel. 

History of the problems of philosophy; 
tr. by A. Monahan; cd. by H. Jones. 
2v. 1902. 109J33 

X.ewes, George H. 

Biographical history of philosophy. 2v. 

1883. 109L671 

lAaurice, Frederick D. 

Moral and metaphysical philosophy. 2v. 

1873. 109M454 

Mcrz, John T. 

History of European thought in the nine- 
teenth century. 2v. 1896-1903. 

109M577 
Morell, J^hn D. 
Historical and critical view of the spec- 
ulative philosophy of Europe in the 
nineteenth century. Ed. 2. 2v. 1847. 

109M841 
Patten, Simon N. 
Development of English thought. 1899. 

901P316 

Santayana, George. 

Life of reason. 2v. 1905. 901S233I 

Schwegler, Albert. 
Handbook of the history of philosophy; 
tr. by J. H. Stirling. Ed. 9. n. d. 

109S412 

Tennemann, Wilhelm G. 

Manual of the history of philosophy; tr. 

from the German by A. Johnson; rev. 

and continued by J. R. Morell. 1878. 

109T297 
Turner, WiUiam. 
History of philosophy. 1903. 109T954 
Same. ri09T954 

IJeberwcg, Priedrich. 
History of philosophy ;.tT. from the Ger- 
man by G. S. Morris. 2v. 1871. 

109U22 

Wcbcr, Alfred. 
History of philosophy; tr. by F. Thilly. 
1896. 109W373 



Wiindelband, Wilhelm. 

History of philosQphy, with reference to 
formation and development of its prob- 
lems and conceptions; tr. by J. H. 
Tufts. Ed. 2. 1901. 109W763 

110. METAPHYSICS. 

Aristoteles. 

Metaphysics; tr. by J. H. M'Mahon. 
1884. 185.1mm 

Bax, E. Belfort. 

Problem of reality. 1892. 1266354 

Binet, Alfred. 
Alterations of personality; tr. by H. G. 
Baldwin. 1896. 126B612 

On double consciousness. 1896. 

126B6120 

Blackwell, Antoinette B. 

Philosophy of individuality. 1893. 

120B632 
Bowne, Bor4en P. 
Metaphysics. 1882. iioB787m 

Theory of thought and knowledge. 1897. 

121B787 
Bradley, Francis H. 
Appearance and reality. Ed. 2. 1897. 

110B811 
Brandes, Georg. 

Dualismen i vor nyeste philosophic 
1866. D-111B817 

Brooks, H. Jamjm. 

Elements of mind. 1902. 128B873 

Buchner, Friedrich K. C. L. ' 

Force and matter; cmpirico-philosophical 

studies; ed. by J. F. Collingwood. 

1870. ii3B9i9f 

Fiske, John. 

Outlines of cosmic philosophy, based on 

the doctrine of evolution. 2v. 1874. 

113F5410 
Same. 4v. 1902. r8i8.49F54im 

FuUerton, George S. 

System of metaphysics. 1904. 110F9719 

Hamilton, Sir William. 

Lectures on metaphysics and logic; ed. 

by H. L. Mansel and J. Veitch. 2v. 

1859-1860. 110H222I 

Metaphysics; collected, arranged and 

abridged by F. Bowen. 1874. 

iioH222ra 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Hazard, Rowland G. 

Causation and freedom in willing, to- 
gether with Man a creative first cause, 
and kindred papers; ed. by C. Hazard. 
1889. 122H459 

Freedom of mind in willing; cd. by C 
Hazard. 1889. 123H459 

HiU, David J. 

Genetic philosophy. 1893. 120H644 

Hyslop, James H. 
Problems of philosophy; or, Principles of 
epistomology and metaphysics. 1905. 

110H999P 
lUingworth, John R. 
Divine immanence; an essay on the spiri- 
tual significance of matter. 1898. 

Ii7l29d 

Kant, ImmanucL 
Dreams of a spirit-seer, illustrated by 
dreams of metaphysics; tr. by E. FI 
Goerwitz; ed. by F. Sewall. 1900. 

111K16 
Kant's cosmogony . . . ed. and tr. by 
W. Hastie. 1900. ii3Ki6h 

Ladd, George T. 

Theory of reality. 1899. iioLi53t 

McCosh, James. 
First and fundamental truths. 1889. 

110M129 

Mackenzie, John S. 
Outlines of metaphysics. 1902. 

110M1560 

Miller, Emory. 

Evolution of love. 1892. 110M648 

Pearson, Karl. 

Grammar of science. 1892. iioP362g 

Read, Carveth. 

Metaphysics of nature. 1905. lioR282m 
Royce, Josiah, 

World and the individual. (Gifford lec- 
tures.) 2v. 1901. iiiR888w 
Shields, Charles W. 

Order of the sciences. 1882. 1128555 

PhHosophia ultima. 2v. 1888-1889. 

112S555P 
Sidis, Boris, and Goodhart, Simon P. 

Multiple personality. 1905. i26S569m 

Smith, Walter. 
Methods of knowledge. 1899. 121S663 



Spencer, Herbert. 

First principles of a- new system of phil- 
osophy. 1865. 113S745 
Same. 1899. rii3S745 
Stallo, John B. 
Concepts and theories of modern physics. 
1882. 530.1S783C 
Strong, Charles A. 
Why the mind has a body. 1903. 

120S923W 
Taylor, Alfred E. 

Elements of metaphysics. 1903. 

1 10T238 

130. MIND AND BODY. 

Brittan, Samuel B. 
Man and his relations; illustrating the 
influence of the mind on the body. 
1868. i30B862m 

Brodie, Sir Benjamin. 

Mind and matter. 1857. 130B865 

Buckley, James M. • 

Faith-healing, Christian science and kin- 
dred phenomena. 1892. 130B924 
Hoffman, Frank S. 
Psychology and common life. 1903. 

• 130H698P 
Laycock, Thomas. 

Mind and brain. 2v. i860. 130L427 

Maudsley, Henry. 
Life in mind and conduct. 1902. 

130M448I 
Prince, Morton. 

Nature of mind, and Human automatism. 

^^5. 130P956 

Waldstein, Louis. 

The subconscious self and its relation to 
education and health. 1900. 130W169S 

131. MENTAL PHYSIOLOGY 
AND HYGIENE. 

Atkinson, WilUam W. 

Law of new thought. 1902. 131A778I 

Bain, Alexander. 

Mind and body; the theories of their re- 
lation. 1877. i3iBi6im 
Bastian, H. Charlton. 

Brain as an organ of mind. 1883. 

i3iB325b 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Calderwood, Henry. 

Relations of mind and brain. 1884. 

131C146 
Carpenter, William Benjamin. 

Principles of mental physiology. 1884. 

131C298 
Clark, Susie C. 

A look upward. 1891. 131C595 

Evans, W. F. 

Divine law of cure. 1885. 131 Egid 

Fletcher, Horace. 

Happiness as found in forethought minus 
fearthought. 1897. i3iF6i2h 

New menticulture. 1904. i3iF6i2n 

Holmes, OUver W. 

Mechanism in thought and morals. 1871. 

131H753 
Hudson, Thomson J. 

Law of mental medicine. 1903. 

131H887I 
Janes, Lewis G. 

Health and a day. 1901. I3ij32h 

Jastrow, Joseph. 
Time-relations of mental phenomena. 
1890. i3iJ39t 

Leland, Charles G. 
Have you a strong will? 1903. 

i3iL537h 
Luys, Jules. 
Brain and its function. 1893. 

6i2.82L978b 
Maudsley, Henry. 

Physiology of mind. 1889. 131M448P 

Mercier^ Charles. 

Nervous system and the mind. 1888. 

i3rMs55n 
M0S80, Angelo. 

Fatigue; tr. by M. Drummond and W. 

B. Drummond. 1904. i3iM9i4f 

Mulford, Prentice. 

Your forces and how to use them. (White 

cross library.) 6v. 1902. i3iM956y 

Same. ri3iM956y 

Ncwcomb, Charles B. 

Airs right with the world. Ed. 2. 1898. 

131N536 
Olston, Albert B. 

Mind power and privileges. 1902. 

i3iOS2m 
Ray, Isaac. 

Mental hygiene. 1863. 131R263 



J 



Tuke, Daniel H. 

Illustrations of the influence of the mind 
upon the body in health and disease. 
Ed. 2. 1884. 131T916 

Wilcox, Mrs. Ella Wheeler. 
Heart of the new thought. 1902. 

i3iW667h 

Wilmans, Helen, pseud. (Mrs. C. C. Post.) 

Conquest of poverty. 1900. 131W744 

Wilson, Andrew. 

Brain and body; the nervous system in 

social life. 1900. i3iW746b 

Winkley, Jonathan W. 

First lessons in the new thought. 1904. 

i3iW774f 
Wood, Henry. 
Ideat suggestion through mental photog- 
raphy.' 1893. i3iW876i 
The new thought simplified. Ed. 2. 1904. 

i3iW876n 

Studies in the thought world. Ed. 3. 

1896. 131W876S 

132. MENTAL DERANGEMENTS. 

Barr, Martin W. 

Mental defectives; their history, treat- 
ment and training. 1904. i32B268ni 
Burton, Robert. 
Anatomy of melancholy. 3v. 1864. 

132.3B975 
Coming, J. Leonard. 

Brain exhaustion. 1884. i32C8i8b 

Fisher, Theodore W. 

Plain talk about insanity. 1872. 

132.1F536 
Hammond, William A. 

On certain conditions of nervous de- 
rangement. 1883. 132H228 o 
Hollander, Bernard. 
Mental functions of the brain. 1901. 

i32H737m 
Ireland, William W. 

Blot upon the brain. 1885. 132I65 

Through the ivory gate. 1889. I32l65t 
Janet, Pierre. 

Mental state of hystericals; tr. by C. R. 
Corson. 1901. 132.5J34 

Lewis, W. Bevan. 
Text-book of mental diseases. 1889. 

i32L678t 



6 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Lincoln. David F. 

Sanity of mind. 1900. 132.1L737 

Maudslcy, Henry. 
Pathology of mind. 1890. 132M448P 

Responsibility in mental disease. 1876. 

i32M448r 
Same. i8g6. ri32M448r 

Mercier, Charles. 

Sanity and insanity. 1890. 132.1M555S 
Ribot, Th6odule. 

Diseases of memory; tr. from the 
French by H. W. Smith. 1882. 

132.8R486 
Diseases of personality. 1895. i32R486d 
Smith, Garnet, ed. 
Melancholy of Stephen Allard. 1895. 

I 32. 3S648 

Wjmter, Andrew. 
Borderlands of insanity, and other allied 
papers. 1875. 132W991 



133. DELUSIONS. MAGIC. 

Ashton, John. 

Curious creatures in zoology, n. d. 

1 33 A828C 
Blondel, David. 
Treatise of the sibyls; Englished by J. D. 
1661. ri33.3B654t 

Brewster, Sir David. 
Letters on natural magic. 1883. 

133B848I 

Clark, Edward H. 

Visions. 1878. 133.2C597V 

Crowe, Mrs. Catherine S. 

Night side of nature; or, Ghosts and 
ghost seers, n. d. 133.1C952 

Daniels, Mrs. Cora L., and others, ed. 
Encyclopaedia of superstitions, folk- 
lore and the occult sciences of the 
world. 3v. 1903. ri33Di86 

Denton, William, and Denton, Mrs. Eliza- 
beth M. F. 
Soul of things. 1863. 133D415S 

Dyer, T. F. Thiselton. 

The ghost world. 1893. 133.1D996 

Ennemoser, Joseph. 
History of magic; tr. from the German 
by W. Howitt. 2v. 1854, 133E61 



Grant, Mrs. Anne M. 

Essays on the superstitions of the High- 
landers of Scotland. 2v. 1881. 

i33G759e 
Grant, James. 

Mysteries of all nations; rise and prog- 
ress of superstition, etc. n. d. 

133G762 
Howitt, William. 
History of the supernatural. 2v. 1863. 

133H863 
HubbeU, Gabriel G. 

Fact and fancy in spiritualism, theosophy 
and psychical research. 1901. I33H?77 
Ingram, John H. 

Haunted homes and family traditions of 
Great Britain. 2v. 1884. I33.il55h 
Johnson, Clifton, com p. 

What they say in New England; book of 
signs, sayings and superstitions. 1896. 

398J66W 
Jones, William. 

Credulities, past and present. 1880. 

133J79 
Lang, Andrew. 

Book of dreams and ghosts. 1897. 

133.1L269 

Cock Lane and common sense. 1894. 

133L269 
Lee, Fredrick G. 

Glimpses in the twilight. 1885. 

133L477 
Glimpses of the supernatural. 2v. 1875. 

i33L477g 
More glimpses of . the world unseen. 

1878. i33L477m 

Lenormant, Francois. 

Chaldean magic; tr. from the French. 

n. d. 133L571 

Mackay, Charles. 

Memoirs of extraordinary popular de- 
lusions and the madness ol crowds. 
1852. i33Mi52m 

Magic, pretended miracles and remarkable 
natural phenomena, n. d. 133x42m 

Maudsley, Henry. 
Natural causes and supernatural seem- 
ings. 1886. i33M448n 

Parish, Edmund. 
Hallucinations and illusions. 1897. 

133.2P233 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Remarkable cklusions. n. d. in 133X42x11 
Hydbergy Viktor. 

Magic of the middle ages; tr. from the 
Swedish by A. J. Edgren. 1879. 

i33R992m 
Salverte, Eus^be. 

Philosophy of magic, prodigies and ap- 
parent miracless from the French by 
A. T. Thomson. 2v. 1846. 133S183 
Stevenson^ E. Irenaeus. 
Square of sevens; authoritative system of 
cartomancy. 1897. 133S847S 

Sully, James. 

Illusions. 1881. 133-28953 

Thomas, Northcote W. 
Crystal gazing; its history and practice. 
1905. I33-3T459C 

Wagner, Henry. . 
Duality of truth; or, Occult forces of na- 
ture reviewed from the standpoint of 
hermetic philosophy. 1899. i33Wi34d 
Waite, Arthur E. 

Occult sciences. 1891. 133W145 o 

Wright, Thomas. 
Narratives of sorcery and magic. 2v. 
1851. 133W953 

133.4. WITCHCRAFT. 

Adams, W. H. Davenport. 

Witch, warlock and magician. 1889. 

133.4A219 
Alexander, William M. 
Demonic possession in the New Testa- 
ment. 1902. 23SA381 
Ashton, John. 
The devil in Britain and America. 1896. 

23SA828 

Cams, Paul. 

History of the devil and the idea of evil, 

from the earliest times to the present 

day. 1900. 23SC331 

Conway, Moncure D. 

Demonology and devil-lore. 2v. 1881. 

235C768 
Drake, Samuel G. 
Annals of witchcraft in New England and 
elsewhere in the United States. 1869. 

133.4D764 
Drake, Samuel G., ed. 
Witchcraft delusion in New England; its 



rise, progress and termination as ex- 
hibited by Cotton Mather in Wonders 
of the invisible world, and by Robert 
Calef in More wonders of the invisible' 
world. 3v. 1866. 133.4D764W 

Elworthy, Frederick T. 

Evil eye. 1905. 133.4E54 

Gmeiner, John. 
Spirits of darkness and their manifesta- 
tions on earth. 1889. 235GS69 
Godwin^ William. 

Lives of the necromancers. 1834, 

133.4GS93I 
Hall, Frederic T. 

Pedigree of the devil. 1883. 235H175 

Hutchinson, Francis. 

Historical essay concerning witchcraft. 

Ed. 2. 1720. 133.4H975 

Kimball, Mrs. Henrietta D. 

Witchcraft illustrated . . . with a glance 

at old and new Salem, n. d. 133.4K48 

Leland, Charles G. 

Gipsy sorcery and fortune telling. 1891. 

q397LS37g 
Maclagan, R. C. 
Evil eye in the western Highlands. 1902. 

i33.4Mi62e 
Mather^ Increase. 

Remarkable "providences illustrative of 
the earlier days of American colonisa- 
tion. 1856. i33.4M425r 
Nevins, Winfield S. 
Witchcraft in Salem village in 1692. 

1892. 133.4NS27 
Nevius, John L. 

Demon possession and allied themes. 

Ed. 2. 1896. 133.4N529 
Scott, Sir Walter. 

Letters on demonology and witchcraft. 

Ed. 2. 1885. 133.4S431 
Upham, Caroline £. 
Salem witchcraft in outline. Ed. 2. 

1891. 133.4U67S 
Upham, Charles W. 

Salem witchcraft. 1867. qri33.4U68s 

133.5- ASTROLOGY. 

[Burgojme, Thomas C] 
Language of the stars. 1892. 

133.5B9S7I 



8 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Kirk, Eleanor, pseud. (Mrs. Eleanor M. 
E. Ames.) 
Influence of the zodiac upon human life. 

1894. 133.SKS9 

Lilly, WilUam. 
Introduction to astrology. 1896. 

133 3^731 
Sibly, E. 

New and complete illustration of the oc- 
cult sciences. 2v. n. d. ri33.5Ss65n 

133.6. PALMISTRY. 

Cheiro, pseud. (Leigh Warner.) 

Cheiro's language of the hand. 1897. 

133.6CS12C 
Cotton^ Louise. 

Palmistry and its practical uses. Ed. 3. 

1896. 133.6C851P 

Hand-reading; or. Science of chirolog^, 

by an adept. Ed. 2. n. d. 133. 6X19 

Oxenford, Ina, and Cosgrave, Anna M. 

Life studies in palmistry. 1899. 

133.6O97I 
Saint-Germain, C, comte de, pseud. 
Practical palmistry. 1897. 133.6S139P 
Study of palmistry for professional pur- 
poses. 1897. 133.6S139S 
St. Hill, Katharine. 
Grammar of palmistry. 1901. i33.6Si4ig 
Hands of celebrities, n. d. i33.6Si4ih 

133.9. SPIRITISM. SPIRITUALISM. 

Brittan, Samuel B., ed. 

The Shekinah. v. i. 1852. 133.9B862S 
Crookes, Sir William. 

Researches into the phenomena of mod- 
ern spiritualism. 1904. i33.9C948r 
Delanne, Gabriel. 

Evidence for a future life; tr. and ed. by 

H. A. Dallas. 1904. 133.9D338 

Edmonds, John W., and Dexter, George T. 

Spiritualism. 2v. 1855. 133.9E24 

Emmons, S. B. 

The spirit land. 1859. 133.9E56 

Light on the hidden way. 1887. 

133.9X24I 
Lillie, Arthur. 

Modern mystics and modern magic. 1894. 

i33-9L728m 



Mauthner, Fritz. 

Bekenntnisse einer spiritistin. n. d. 

G-133.9M459 
Owen, Robert D. 

Debatable land between this world and 

the next. 1872. I33-9096 

Footfalls on the boundary of another 

world. 1863. • I33.9096f 

Podmore, Frank. 

Modern spiritualism. 2v. 1902. 

i33-9P742m 
Robinson, William E. 

Spirit slate writing and kindred phe- 
nomena. 1898. 133.9R666S 
[Sargent, Epes.] 

Planchette. 1869. I33 -93344 

Seybert commission for investigating spirit- 
ualism. 
Preliminary report. 1887. I33 -98519? 
Wallace, Alfred R. - 
Miracles and modern spiritualism. 1896. 

133-9W188 
Weil, Samuel, 

Religion of the future. 1894. 

I33-9W422 
Whiting, Lilian. 
After her death. 1897. i33.9W6ir 

134. MESMERISM. HYPNOTISM. 
CLAIRVOYANCE. 

Bemheim, Hippolyte. 

Suggestive therapeutics; tr. from the 
French by C. A. Herter. 1889. 

13465273 
Binet, Alfred, and F6re, Charles. 

Animal magnetism. 1888. 134B612 

Bjornstrom, Fredrik. 

Hypnotism; tr. from the Swedish by 
Baron Nils Posse, n. d. 134B625 

B ram well, J. Milne. 

Hypnotism. 1903. 134B815 

Carpenter, William Benjamin. 
Mesmerism, spiritualism, etc. 1884. 

134C298 
Cocke, James R. 
Hypnotism; how it is done, its uses and , 
dangers. 1894. i34C665h 

Duff, Edward M., and Allen, Thomas G. 
Psychic research and gospel miracles. 
1902. 134D854P 



PHILOSOPHY. 



134F581U 



Flammarion, Camille. 

The unknown. 1901. 
Funk, Isaac K. 

Widow's mite, and other psychic phe- 
nomena. 1904. 134F982W 
Gumey, Edmund, Myers, Frederic W. H., 
and Podmore, Frank. 
Phantasms of the living. 2v. 1886. 

134G981P 
Hart, Ernest. 

Hypnotism, mesmerism and the new 
witchcraft. 1893. 134H324 

Heidenhain, Rudolf. 
Hypnotism; tr. from the German by L. 
C. Wooldridge. Ed. 2. 1888. 

l34H465h 
Hinton, Charles H. 
New era of thought. 1900. 134H666 

Scientific romances. 2v. 1886-1902. 

134H666S 
Hovey, William A. 
Mind-reading and beyond. 1885. 

134H846 
Hudson, Thomson J. 
Evolution of the soul, and other essays. 

1904. 134H887 

Law of psychic phenomena. 1897. 

134H887I 
Hyslop, James H. 
Science and a future life. 1905. 

134H999S 

Krafft-Ebing, Richard von. 

Experimental study in the domain of 

hypnotism; tr. from the German by 

C. G. Chaddock. 1893. 134K89 

Leadbcater, Charles W. 

Clairvoyance. 1899.- 134L434 

Mason, R. Osgood. 
Hypnotism and suggestion in therapeu- 
tics, education and reform. 1901. 

i34M4iih 
Telepathy and the subliminal self. 1897. 

i34M4iit 
Maxwell, Joseph. 
Metapsychical phenomena. 1905. 

i34M46sm 
Moll, Albert. 

Hypnotism. 1890. 134M726 

Myers, Frederic W. H. 
Human personality and its survival of 
bodily death. 2v. 1903. 134M99S 



Podmore, Frank. 

Apparitions and thought transference; 
examination of the evidence for tele- 
pathy. 1898. 134P742 
Studies in psychical research. 1897. 

134P742S 
Sage, Xavier L. 

Mrs. Piper and the Society for psychical 

research; tr. from the French by N. 

Robertson. 1903. i34Si29m 

Savage, Minot J. 

Can telepathy explain? 1902. 134S264 

Psychics; facts and theories. 1893. 

134S264P 

Shaftesbury, Edmund. 

Cultivation of personal magnetism. Ed. 

6. 1895. 134SS25 

Personal magnetism club of America; 

[new ed. of Cultivation of personal 

magnetism.] 1901. 134S525P 

Sidis, Boris. 

Psychology of suggestion. 1898. 

134S569P 
Sinnett, Alfred P. 

Nature's mysteries. 1901. i34S6i8n 

Rationale of mesmerism. 1892. 

i34S6i8r 

Skewes, J. Henry. 

Sir John Franklin; the true secret of the 
discovery of his fate; a "revelation". 
Ed. 2. 1890. 134S627 

Society for psychical research. 

Proceedings, 1882-date. v. i-date. 1883- 
date. 134S678P 

Thomas, Northcote W. 

Thought transference. 1905. i34T4S9t 
White, George. 
Practical course of instruction in per- 
sonal magnetism, telepathy and hypno- 
tism. 1905. 134WS84P 

135. SLEEP. 

Bigelow, John. 

Mystery of sleep. 1897. 135B592 

George, Marian M., ed. 

How to sleep. 1903. 135^349 

Greenwood, Frederick. 

Imagination in dreams and their study. 
1894. i3sG8i6i 



10 



PHILOSOPHY, 



Hammond, William A. 
Sleep and its derangements. 1869. 

13SH228 
Hutchinson, Horace G. 

Dreams and their meanings. 1901. 

135H976 

Leadbeater, Charles W. 

Dreams, n. d. 135L434 

Manac6rne, Marie de. 

Sleep. 1897. 135M266 

Miller, Gustavus H. 

What's in a dream. 1901. ri35M648w 
Moyer, Willard, comp. 

Witchery of sleep. 1903. 135M938 

Seafield, Frank, pseud. (Alexander H. 
Grant). 

Literature and curiosities of dreams. 
2v. 1865. 135S438 

136. MENTAL CHARACTERIS- 

TICS. 

Ellis, Havelock. 

Man and woman. 1898. i36.iE47m 

Galton, Francis. 

English men of science; their nature 
and nurture. 1875. i36.3Gi8ie 

Hereditary genius. 1884. i36.3Gi8ih 

Inquiries into human faculty and its de- 
velopment: 1883. i36.3Gi8ii 
Leland, Charles G. 

Alternate sex. 1904. 136.1LS37 

McKim, W. Duncan. 

Heredity and human progress. 1900. 

364Mi58h 

Nordau, Max. 

Degeneration; tr. from the German. 

1895. 8oiN828d 

Regeneration; reply to Max Nordau. 1896. 

8oiX42r 
Ribot, Th6odule. 

Heredity; from the French. 1889. 

136.3E486 
Thompson, Helen B. 

Mental traits of sex. 1903. 136.1T472 

137. TEMPERAMENTS. 

Jordan, Fumeaux. 

Character as seen in body and parent- 
age. 1890. 137J84 



Sizer, Nelson. 
Choice of pursuits; or, What to do and 
why. 1897. 137S625 



138. PHYSIOGNOMY. 

Bello, Paul. 

How to tell your neighbour's character. 
1894. i38B446h 

Character in the face. 1893. 138X12 

Darwin, Charles. 

Expression of the emotions in man and 
animals. 1873. 138D228 

Same. 1899. ri38D228 

Fowler, Jessie A. 

Manual of mental science for teachers 
and students. 1897. 138F786 

Lavater, Johann C. 

Famous essays on physiognomy. 1900. 

I381*397f 

Ledos, Eugene. 
Traite de la physiognomic humaine. 1894. 

F-i38L474t 

Mantegazza, Paolo. 

Physiognomy and expression. 1892. 

138M29IP 

Merton, Holmes W. 

Descriptive mentality from the head, face 
and hand. 1899. 138M575 

Redfield, James W. 
Comparative physiognomy; or, Resem- 
blances between men and animals. 
1852. 138R315 

Rogerson, Robert. 
What the eye can sec in human and ani- 
mal character. 1892. 138R732 
Simms, Joseph. 

Nature's revelations of character, n. d. 

138S593 
Stanton, Mary O. 
System of practical and scientific physi- 
ognomy. 2w 1890. 138S792S 
Tumley, Joseph. 

Language of the eye. 1856. 138X956 

Warner^ Francis. 

Physical expression, its modes and prin- 
ciples. 1886. 138W282 
Wells, Samuel R. 
New physiognomy. 1896. 138W456 



PHILOSOPHY. 



11 



139. PHRENOLOGY. 

Buchanan, Joseph R. 
Outlines of lectures on the neurological 
system of anthropology. 1854. 

139B918 

Combe, George. 

Constitution of man considered in rela- 
m tion to external objects, i860. 

f 139C728C 

L Fowler, Orson S., and Fowler, Lorenzo N. 
Self-instructor in phrenology and physi- 
ognomy; rev. by N. Sizer. 1889. 

139F788 

Sizer, Nelson, and Drayton, Henry S. 

Heads and faces and how to study them. 

1893. 139S62S 

Vaaght, L. A. 

Vaught's practical character reader. 1902. 

. 139V371 
Windsor, WilUam. 
How to become rich; treatise on phren- 
ology, etc. Ed. 3. 1889. 139W766 

140. PHILOSOPHICAL 
SYSTEMS. 

Abbott, Francis E. 

Way out of agnosticism. 1890. 

149.7A126W 
Case, Thomas. 

Physical realism. 1888. 149.2C337 

Casson, Herbert N. 

Crime of credulity. Ed. 5. 1901. 

M9.3C345 
Cook, Joseph. 

Transcendentalism. (Boston Monday 
lectures.) 1878. i4iC77it 

PoiiiU6e, Alfred. 
Mouvement idealiste et la reaction contre 
la science positive. Ed. 2. 1896. 

F-141F767 

Mouvement positiviste et la' conception 

sociologique du monde. Ed. 2. 1896. 

F-146F767 
Frothingham, Octavius B. 
Transcendentalism in New England. 
1896. 141F941 



Haeckel, Ernst. 

Riddle of the universe at the close of the 
nineteenth century; tr. by J. McCabe. 

1901. i47Hi33r 
Weltrathsel; gemeinverstandliche studien 

uber monistische philosophie. Ed. 8. 

1902. G-147H133W 
Wonders of life; supplementary volume 

to Riddle of the universe. 1905. 

147H133W 

Haldane, Richard B. 
Pathway to reality. (GiflFord lectures.) 

1903. 149. 2H 158 
Hartmann, Franz. 

Life and doctrines of Jacob Boehme. 
1891. i49.3B676xh 

Holmes^ Nathaniel. 

Realistic idealism in philosophy itself. 
2v. 1888. 141H752 

Hyde, WilUam D. 

Practical idealism. 1897. 141H995P 

Inge, William R. 

Christian mysticism. (Bampton lec- 
tures.) 1899. 149.3I45 
Studies of English mystics. 1906. 

149. 3 145s 
Jordan, David S. 
Philosophy of despair. 1902. 149.6J83 

Kellerj Helen. 

Optimism. 1903. 149.5K28 

Lange, Friedrich A. 

History of materialism and criticism of 
its present importance; tr. by E. C. 
Thomas. 3v. 1892. 146L274 

Lodge, Sir John. 

Life and matter; a criticism of Professor 
Haeckel's Riddle of the universe. 1905. 

147H 133x1 

Prel, Carl du. 

Philosophy of mysticism; tr. from the 
German by C. C. Massey. 2v. 1889. 

149.3P924 
Rec6jac, E. 

Essay on the bases of the mystic knowl- 
edge; tr. by S. C. Upton. 1899. 

149.3R296 
Romanes, George J. 

Mind and motion, and Monism. 1895. 

147R758 



12 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Saltus, Edgar. 
Anatomy of negation. 1886. 149.6S181 
Philosophy of disenchantment. 1888. 

i49.6Si8if 

Stockwell, Chester T. 
New modes of thought based upon the 
new materialism and the new panthe- 
ism. 1901. i47S866n 
Sully, James. 

Pessimism. Ed. 2. 1891. 149.6S953 

Wenley, Robert M. 
Aspects of pessimism. 1894. 149.6W746 

150. PSYCHOLOGY. 
CHILD STUDY. 

Abercrombie, John. 

Inquiries concerning the intellectual 

powers and the investigation of truth; 

adapted to the use of schools by J. 

Abbott. 1848. i5oAi44 

Angell, James R. 

Psychology. Ed. 2. 1905. 1S0A853P 

Arfstoteles. 
Aristotle's psychology; tr. by W. A. 
Hammond. 1902. i5oA7i6ph 

Atkinson, Henry G., and Martineau, Har- 
riet. 
Letters on the laws of man's nature and 
development. 1851. 150A875I 

Baldwin, James M. 

Development and evolution. 1902. 

iSoBi82d 

Fragments in philosophy and science. 

1902. iSoBi82f 

Handbook of psychology. 2v. 1890-1894. 

i5oBi82h 
Mental development in the child and the 
race. 1895. i5oBi82m 

Social and ethical interpretations in men- 
tal development. Ed. 2. 1899. 

1S0B182S 
Story of the mind. 1898. isoBi82st 

Baldwin, Joseph. 

Elementary psychology and education. 
1891. 150B183 

Psychology applied to the art of teach- 
ing. 1892. 150B183P 
Bascom, John. 
Comparative psychology. 1878. 150B298 
Science of mind. 1883. 150B298S 



Bosanquet, Bernard. 

Psychology of the moral self. 1904* 

150B74IP 
Bretherton, Ralph H. 

The child mind. 1903. 150B844C 

Brinton« Daniel G. 

Basis of social relations; ed. by L. Far- 
rand. 1902. IS0B858 
Brooks, Edward. 

Mental science and methods of mental 
culture. 1888. IS0B871 

Bryant, Sophie. 

Educational ends; or, Ideal of personal 
development. 1887. i5oB9i5e 

Chamberlain, Alexander F. 
The child; a study in the evolution of 
man. 1900. 150C442C 

Compayr^, Gabriel. 
Intellectual and moral development of 
the child; tr. from the French by M. E. 
Wilson. 2v. 1896-1902. i5oC736i 

Cramer^ Frank. 
Talks to students on the art of study. 
1902. 150C889 

Dewey, John. 

Psychology. Ed. 3. 1886. i5oDsi9p 

Dexter, Thomas F. G., and Garlick, A. H. 
Psychology in the schoolroom. 1899. 

150D527P 
Du Bois, Paul. 

Psychic treatment of nervous disorders; 
tr. and ed. by S. E. Jelliffe and W. A. 
White. 1905. ' 616.85D816P 

Fiske« Lewis R. 

Man-building. 1901. 150F541 

Fouillee, Alfred. 

Psychologic des idees-forces. 2v. 1893. 

F-150F767P 
Gordy, John P. 

Lessons in psychology. 1891. 150G665 
Groosj Karl. 
Play of man; tr. by E. L. Baldwin. 1901. 

IS0G876P 
Spiele der menschen. 1899. G-150G876S 

Hall, G. Stanley. 

Adolescence; its psychology and its re- 
lations to physiology, anthropology. 
sociology, sex. crime, religion and edu- 
cation. 2v. 1904. 150H176 

Same. ri5oHi76 



PHILOSOPHY. 



13 



Heck, Reuben P. 

'sychology and psychic culture. [1895.] 

IS0H184P 

rris, WilUam T. 

sychologic foundations of education. 
1898. 150H317 

rcn, Joseph. 

[ental philosophy. 1870. 150H385 

rhart, Johann F. 

pplication of psychology to the science 
of education; tr. and ed. by B. C. Mulli- 
ner. 1898. 370.iHS34 

ext-book in psychology; tr. from the 
German by M. K. Smith. 1891. 

i50H534t 

kok, Laurens P. 

:ational psychology. 1882. i5oH629r 

bhouse, Leonard T. 

lind in evolution. 1901. i5oH683m 

gan« Mrs. Louise £. ' 

;tudy of a child. 1898. 150H713S 

ipkins, Mark. 

Dutline Study of man. 1885. IS0H795 o 

ibbell, George A. 

Up through childhood; a study of some 
principles of education in relation to 
faith and conduct. 1904. 150H876U 

!8, George, ed. 

Mind. (Little masterpieces of science.) 
1902. 150I27 

imes, William. 

principles of psychology. 2v. 1890. 

IS0J29P 

Psychology. 1892. iSoj29ps 

Talks to teachers on psychology, and to 

students on some of life's ideals. 1899. 

I50j29t 
anes, E. 
Human psychology. 1884. 150J31 

^trow, Joseph. 
Fact and fancy in psychology. 1901. 

I50j39f 
add, Charles H. 

Genetic psychology for teachers. 1903. 

I50j9ig 
ing, Henry C. 

Rational living; some practical infer- 
ences from modern psychology. 1905. 

iSoKS3r 



King, Irving. 
Psychology of child development. Ed. 
2. 1904. 150K54P 

Kirkpatrick, Edwin A. 

Fundamentals of child study. 1903. 

i5oK6if 
Koons, William G. 

Child's religious life. 1903. 150K83 

Ladd, George T. 

Elements of physiological psychology. 
1888. iSoLiS3e 

Outlines of descriptive psychology. 1898. 

* 

1S0L1530 

Outlines of physiological psychology. 

Ed. 5. 1896. 150L1530P 

Primer of psychology. 1894. iSoLi53pr 

Psychology, descriptive and explanatory. 

1894. iSoLiS3PS 

Lan^e, Karl. 

Apperception; ed. by C DeGarmo. 1894. 

150L274 

Le Bon« Gustave. 

The crowd; a study of the popular mind. 

Ed. 2. 1897. I50L447C 

Lois psychologiques de revolution des 

peuples. Ed. 5. 1902. F-150L447I 

Psychology of peoples. 1898. 150L447P 

Leweo, George H. 

Problems of life and mind. ist-3d series. 

3v. in 5. 1873-1880. 150L671P 

Lewis, Henry K. 

The child; its spiritual nature. 1896. 

IS0L675 
McCosh, James. 
Psychology; the cognitive powers. 1886. 

150M12P 
Psychology; the motive powers, emo- 
tions, conscience, will. 1887. 150M129P 
Mahan^ Asa. 

System of mental philosophy. Ed. 4. 
1884. 1S0M214S 

Maherj Michael. 

Psychology, empirical and ration^il. Ed. 
4- 1900. 150M21SP 

Marholm, Laura. 

Studies in the psychology of woman; tr. 
by G. A. Etchison. 1899. 150M332S 

Marwedel, Emma. 
Conscious motherhood. 1889. IS0M391C 



J 



14 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Mivart, St. George. 
Nature and thought. Ed. 2. 1885. 

150M686 

Morgan, C. Lloyd. 

Introduction to comparative psychology. 
1894. i50M847i 

Psychology for teachers. 1898. 150M847P 
Munsterberg, Hugo. 

Psychology and life. 1899. 1S0M971P 
Murray, J. Clark. 

Introduction to psychology. I904- 

i5oM982i 

Oppenheim, -Nathan. 
Development of the child. 1898. 

i5o062d 
PereZj Bernard. 

First three years of childhood; ed. and 
tr. by A. M. Christie. 1885. i5oP435f 
Porter, Noah. 
Elements of intellectual science; abridg- 
ed from Human intellect. 1884. 

IS0P847 
Preyer, Wilhelm. 
Mental development in the child; tr. from 
the German by H. W. Brown. 1893. 

i5oP944m 
Mind of the child; tr. from the German 
by H. W. Brown. 2v. 1888-1889. 

i5oP944mi 
Raue, C. G. 

Psychology as a natural science applied 
to the solution of occult psychic phe- 
nomena. 1889. 150R243 
Ribot^ Th6odule. 

English psychology; tr. from the French. 
1874. 150R486 

German psychology of to-day; the em- 
pirical school; tr. from the French by 
J. M. Baldwin. 1886. i5oR486g 

Roeder, Adolph. 

Symbol-psychology. 1903. 291R712S 

Romanes, Greorge J. 

Mental evolution in man. 1889. 

iSoR758m 

Rooper, Thomas G. 

Apperception . . . essay on "A pot of 
green feathers." 1891. i5oR778a 

Rosmini-Serbati, Antonio. 

Psychology. 3v. 1886. 150R821 

Royce, Josiah. 

Outlines of psychology. 1904. 150R888 o 



Sanford^ Edmund C. 
Course in experimental psycholog 

1895. 
Schofield, Alfred T. 
Unconscious mind. Ed. 2. 189 

I! 

Scripture, Edward W. 

New psychology. 1897. i* 

Thinking, feeling, doing. 1895. i 
Shinn, Milicent W. 

Biography of a baby. 1900. 

Notes on the development of a 

1894. ^l 

Spencer, Herbert. 
Principles of psychology. 2v. 183 

1 

Same. 2v. in 3. 1900. r: 

Spiller, Gustav. 

Mind of man. 1902. 
Sterrett, John D. 

Power of thought. 1896. 
Stout, George F. 

Analytic psychology. 2v. 1896. 
Stratton, George M. 

Experimental psychology and ifc 
ing upon culture. 1903. 
Sully, James. 

Human mind. 2v. 1892. i* 

Outlines of psychology. 1898. 15 

Studies of childhood. 1896. 15 

Teacher's handbook of psycholog 
3. 1892. I 

Taine, Hippolyte. 

On intelligence; tr. from the Fre 
T. D. Haye. 2v. 1884. i 

Tanner, Amy E. 

The child: his thinking, feeling, 

1904. li 

Taylor, Isaac. 

Elements of thought. Ed. 9. 185 

Thomdike, Edward L. 
Elements of psychology. Ed. 2. 

Introduction to the theory of 
and social measurements. 1904 

I 

Titchener, Edward B. 

Experimental psychology. 2v. 19 

] 
Outline of psychology. 1897. 151 



PHILOSOPHY. 



15 



Titchener, Edward B. 

Primer of psychology. 1898. 150T617P 
Tracy, Frederick. 

Psychology of childhood. Ed. 3. 1896. 

150T761P 
Trumbull, H. Clay. 

Hints on child training. . 1905. i5oT869h 
Van NordeHj Charles. 

Psychic factor. 1894. 150V271 

Wundt, Wilhelm. 
Lectures on human and animal psychol- 
ogy; tr. from the German by J. E. 
Creighton and E. B. Titchener. 1896. 

150W96SI 
Principles of physiological psychology; 
tr. from the German by E. B. Titchen- 
er. V. I. 1904. 150W965P 
Ziehen, Theodor. 
Introduction to physiological psychol- 
ogy; tr. by C. C. Van Liew and O. W. 
Beyer. 1892. IS0Z67 
Same. Ed. 2. 1895. 150Z67.2 

^ 151. INTELLECT. 

! Hirsch« William. 

I Genius and degeneration; tr. from the 
German. 1896. i5i.iH66g 

Lombroso, Cesare. 
Man of genius. 1896. 151.1L844 

152. SENSE PERCEPTION. 



Aitken, Edward H. 

Five windows of the soul. 1899. 152 A3 11 

Allen, Grant. 

Colour-sense. 1879. 152.1A425 

Clifford, William K. 

Seeing and thinking. 1880. 152C639S 

Halleck, Reuben P. 

Education of the central nervous system. 

1897. 152H184 

Herbart, Johann F. 

A B C of sense-perception, and minor 

pedagogical works; tr. by W. J. EckoflF. 

1896. 371.4H534 

Mach, Ernst. 

Contributions to the analysis of the sen- 
sations; tr. by C. M. Williams. 1897. 

IS2M149 
Senses and the mind. n. d. 152X425 



Wilson, George. 

Five gateways of knowledge. 1889. 

. IS2W748 

153. UNDEESTANDING. 

Binet, Alfred. 

Psychology of reasoning based on ' ex- 
perimental researches in hypnotism; 
tr. from the French by A. G. Whyte. 
1899. 1S3B612P 

Ribot^ Th6odule. 
Evolution of the understanding; tr. from 
the French by F. A. Welby. 1899. 

1S3R486 
Schae£Fer« Nathan C. 
Thinking and learning to think. 1902. 

iS3S294t 

154. MEMORY. 



Colegrove, Frederick W. 

Memory. Ed. 2. 1901. 
Copner, James. 

Memoranda mnemonica. 1893. 



IS4C692 



i54C784m 
1S4F966 



Fuller, Henry H. 

Art of memory. 1898. 
Green. F. W. Edridge. 

Memory and its cultivation. 1897. 

154G796 

Hetin«:« Ewald. 
On memory and the specific energies of 
the nervous system. Ed. 2. 1897. 

154HS46 
Holbrook, Martin L. 

How to strengthen the memory. 1886. 

154H725 

Kajj David. 

Memory; what it is and how to improve 

it. 1888. 154K22 

Loisette, Alphonse, pseud. (Marcus D. 

Larrowe.) 
Assimilative memory. 1899. 154L835 

LukenSj Herman. 

Connection between thought and mem- 
ory. 1896. 154^^954 
Middleton, A. E. 

Memory systems. 1888. i54M628m 

Miles^ Eustace H. 
How to remember without memory sys- 
tems or with them. 1901. IS4M643 



16 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Pick. Edward. 
Memory and its doctors. 1888. i54P594m 

Stokes, William. 

Memory. 1888. i54S875ni 

White, WUbcrt W. 

Natural method of memorizing and 
memory training. Ed. 2. 1888. 

154W589 

156. INTUITION. REASON. 

Mivart, St. George. 
Origin of human reason. 1889. IS6M686 

157. EMOTIONS. 

BaiHj Alexander. 
Emotions and the will. Ed. 3. 1887. 

157B161 

Fourier^ Charles. 
Passions of the human soul and their in- 
fluence on society and civilization; tr. 
from the French by H. Doherty. 2 v. 
1851. 157F775 

McCosh, James. 

Emotions. 1880. 157M129 

Marshall, Henry R. 

Pain, pleasure and aesthetics. 1894. 

IS7M368P 

Mosso, Angelo. 

Fear; tr. from the Italian by E. Lough 
and F. Kiesow. 1896. iS7M9i4f 

Ribot, Th6odule. 
Psychology of attention. 1890. IS7R486 
Psychology of the emotions. 1897. 

I57R486P 

Stanley, Hiram M. 

Studies in the evolutionary psychology 
of feeling. 1895. 157S788 

Sully, James. 
Essay on laughter. 1902. i57S953e 

158. INSTINCTS. 

Radestock, Paul. 

Habit and its importance in education; 

essay in pedagogical psychology; tr. 

from the German by F. A. Caspari. 

1886. i58Ri28h 

Wilson, Sir Daniel. 

Right hand; left-handedness. 1891. 

i58W747r 



159. WILL. 

Alexander, Archibald. 

Theories of the will in the history of 
philosophy. 1898. i59A374t 

Maudsley, Henry. 

Body and will. 1884. 159M448 

Ribot^ Th6odule. 
Diseases of the will; tr. from the French 
by M. M. Snell. 1894. 159R486 

Snider, Denton J. 

The will and its world; psychical and 
ethical. 1899 . 159S672W 

160. LOGIC. 

Bain^ Alexander. 

Logic, deductive and inductive. 1886. 

160B161 

Bosanquet, Bernard. 

Knowledge and reality. 1892. i6oB74ik 
Logic. 2v. 1888. 160B741I 

Carroll, Lewis, pseud. (Charles L. Dodg- 
son). 



Game of logic. 


1886. 




i6oC3i8g 


Symbolic logic. 


Ed. 4. 


V. I. 


1897. 

164C3185 


Davis^ Noah K. 








Elements of deductive logic. 


1893- 








i62D26^ 


Elements of in 


ductive 


logic. 


1895. 
161D263 



Devey, Joseph. 

Logic. 1854. 160049::^ 

Dewey, John, ed. 

Studies in logical theory. 1903. i6oD5i^s 

Same. ri6oD5i^ s 

Everett, Charles C. 

Science of thought. 1890. 
Haig, James. 

Symbolism. 1869. 
Hamilton, Sir William. 

Lectures on metaphysics and logic; ed. 
by H. L. Mansel and J. Veitch. 2v. 



i6oE^2 



i6oHi*cjs 



1 859- 1 860. 


1 10U222I 


Hibben, John G. 




Inductive logic. 1896. 


i6in625 


Hyslop, James H. 




Elements of logic. 1892. 


160H999 



PHILOSOPHY. 



17 



rons, W. Stanley. 

:.ogic. 1884. 160J58I 

Principles of science; treatise on logic 

and scientific method. 1887. i6oj58p 

studies in deductive logic. Ed. 2. 1884. 

162J58S 

les, E. £. Constance. 

elements of logic as a science of prop- 
ositions. 1890. 160J76 
tze, Hermann. 

Logic; English tr. ed. by B. Bosanquet. 
1884. 160L885 

rCosh, James. 
Laws of discursive thought. 1870. 

160M129 
Tests of the various kinds of truth. 1891. 

i6oMi29t 
arquand, Allan, and others. 
Studies in logic, by members of the 
Johns Hopkins university. 1883. 

160M357 

[ill, John S. 

System of logic, ratiocinative and in- 
ductive. 1884. , 160M64S 
llinto, William. 
Logic, inductive and deductive. 1893. 

160M667 

^ckaby» John. 
First principles of knowledge. Ed. 4. 
1901. i6oRs37f 

^dgwick, Alfred. 

Distinction and the criticism of beliefs. 
1892. 160S567 

Fallacies. 1884. 1658567 

"homson, William. 

Outline of the necessary laws of thought. 
Ed. 4. n. d. 160T486 

Helton, James. 
Logical bases of education. 1901. 

160W464 
^tely, Richard. 
Elements of logic. Ed. 8. 1884. i6oWsS^ 

170. ETHICS. 

^dams, W. H. Davenport. 

threshold of life. 1888. i7oA2i9t 

^dlcr, Felix. 
Essentials of spirituality. 1905* 

i7oA237e 
Religion of duty. 1905. i7oA237r 



Alexander^ Archibald. 

Outline of moral science. 1861. 

170.2A374 

Alger, WilUam R. 

School of life. 1881. 170A395S 

Allen, James. 

As a man thinketh. Ed. 4. 1905. 

i7oA426a 
Arnold^ Frederick. 

Turning-points in life. 1873. i70A754t 
Batchelder, SamueL 

Young men of America, i860. i7oB326y 
Bevetiidge, Albert J. 

Young man and the world. 1905. 

i7oB57iy 
Black, Hugh. 

Practice of self-culture. 1904. 170B626P 
Brown^ Haydn. 

Worry, and how to avoid it. 1900. 

170B878W 
Butler« Maynard. 

First year of responsibility; talks with 
a boy. 1904. 170B986 

Call, Annie P. 

Man of the world. 1905. i7oCi56m 

De Motte« John B.. 

Secret of character building. 1893. 

170D388 
Dole, Charles F. 

Problem of duty. 1900. 170D662P 
Dresser, Horatio W. 

Book of secrets, with studies in the art 

of self-control. 1902. i7oD773b 

In search of a soul. Ed. 2. 1898. 

i7oD773i 
Living by the spirit. 1900. 170D773I 
The perfect whole. Ed. 3. 1898. 

170D773P 
Power of silence. Ed. 4. 1895. 

170D773P0 
Voices of freedom, and studies in the 
philosophy of individuality. 1899. 

170D773V 

Everett, Charles C. 

Ethics for young people. 1892. 170E92 
Forbush, William B. 

Boy problem. ^ Ed. 2. 1901. i7oF696b 
Gilman, Nicholas P.. and Jackson, Ed- 
ward P. 

Conduct as a fine art. 1891. 170G487 



{ 



18 



PHILOSOPHY. 



170G7642, 



Grant, Robert. 

Art of living. 1895. 
Griggs, Edward H. 

Moral education. 1904. 377.2G857m 

New humanism. Ed. 5. 1904. 17068570 
Hamilton, Edward J. 

Moral law. 1902. 170.2H218 

Hardwicke, Henry. 

Art of living long and happily. 1895. 

170H267 
[Hardy, Edward J.] 

Business of life. 1891. i7oH269b 

Sunny days of youth. 1893. 170H269S 
[Hcwctt, W. T. S.] 

Notes for boys (and their fathers) on 
morals, mind and manners, by an old 
boy. 1888. i7oHS98n 

Ingram, John K. 

Practical morals. 1904. 170I55P 

Jackson, Edward P. 

Character building. 1893. 170J12 

Lamed, Josephus N. 

Primer of right and wrong. 1902. 

170L325P 
Lamed, Josephus N., ed. 

Multitude of counsellors . . . codes, pre- 
cepts and rules of life from the wise of 
all ages. 1901. i7oL32Sm 

Lecky, William E. H. 

Map of life. 1899. 170L461 

Lewisj Alexander. 

Manhood-making. 1902. 170L674 

Lindsay, Mrs. Anna R. Brown. 

The warriors. 1903. 170L748W 

What is worth while? 1893. i7oL748wh 
Louis, S. L., comp. 

Voyage of life. 1880. 170L89OV 

Mabie, Hamilton W. 

The great word. 1905. i7oMii2g 

MacCunn, John. 

Making of character. 1900. 170M132 

Mackenzie, John S. 

Manual of ethics. Ed. 2. n. d. 

170. 2M 156 
MaUock, William H. 

Is life worth living? n. d. 170M255 

Mantegazza, Paolo. 

Tartuffian age; tr. by W. A. Nettleton 

and L. D. Ventura. 1889. i7oM29it 

Martineau, Harriet. 

How to observe. 1838. i7oM385h 



Maulde la Claviire, Ren6 de. 

Art of life; tr. by G. H. Ely. 1902. 

170M449 
Maurice, Frederick D. 

Social morality. Ed. 2. 1872. 170M454S 
Miles, EusUce H. 

Boy's control and self-expression. 1905. 

i7oM643b 
Munger, Theodore T. 

On the threshold. Ed. 18. 1886. 

170M965 o 
Pincr, H. L. 

Builders of the beautiful. 1903. 170P651 
Plattj James. 

Life. 1889. 170P719I 

Porter^ Noah. 

Elements of moral science. 1885. 

170.2P847 
Quigley, Dorothy. 

Way to keep young. 1897. 170Q6W 

Robinson, Ezekiel G. 

Principles and practice of morality. 1891. 

170.2R661 
Salter, William M. 

Ethical religion. 1889. i7oSi77e 

Sangster, Mrs. Margaret E. M. 

Winsome womanhood. 1900. 396S226W 
Schofield, A. 

Springs of character. 1901. 170S367 

Seelye, Julius H. 

Duty. 1892. 170S453 

Sen, Mohit Chandra. 

Elements of moral philosophy. Ed. 2. 

1904. i7oS474e 

Smilesj SamueL 

Duty. i88o. i7oS64od 

Life and labor. 1888. 170S640I 

Self-help. 1861. 170S640S 

Thrift. 1876. 17086401 

TiUey, WilUam J. 

Masters of the situation. 1887. i7oTs76m 
Todd, John. 

Student's manual. 1854. 170T634S 

Trine, Ralph W. 

Character-building thought power. 1900. 

170T832C 

Greatest thing ever known. 1898. 

i7oT832gr 
In tune with the infinite. 1897. i7oT832i 
What all the world's a-seeking. 1896. 

170T832W 



PHILOSOPHY. 



19 



Van Dyke, Henry J. 

School of life. 1905. 170V248S 

Vamum, Henry. 

Character; a moral text-book. 1903. 

170V322C 
Ware, Mrs. Mary G. C. 

Elements of character. Ed. 7. 1868. 

i7oW27ie 
Watson, John, (pseud. Ian Maclaren.) 

Homely virtues. 1902. 170W339 

Wayland, Francis. 
Elements of moral science, i860. 

170.2W3S8 
Whitine, Lilian. 
Joy that na man taketh .from you. 1905. 

170W611J 
Life radiant. 1903. 170W611I 

World beautiful. 3v. 1900. 170W61IW 

170.4. ESSAYS. 

Adler, l^eliz. 
Life and destiny; or, Thoughts from the 
ethical lectures of Felix Adler. 1905 

170.4A237I 

Avis, Wlqrte. 

Catholic girl in the world. Ed. 2. 2v. 
n. d. 170.4A959 

Betchcr, Henry W. 

Lectures to young men. 1869. 170.4B415I 
Bosanquet, Bernard. 

Civilization of Christendom, and other 
essays. 1893. 170.4B74IC 

Bowker, Richard R. 

.\rts of life. 1900. 170.4B786 

Bradford, Amory H. 

Art of living alone. 1899. i70.4B799a 
Bradley, Francis H. 

Ethical studies. 1876. i7o.4B8iie 

Bryant, Sophie. 

Short studies in character. 1894. 

170.4B915 

Bttshnell, Horace. 
Moral uses of dark things. 1868. 

i7o.4B979m 

Collycr, Robert. 

Talks to young men. 1888. i7o.4C7i5t 
Dole, Charles F. 

Luxury and sacrifice. 1898. 170.4D662I 
Efiot, William G. 

Lectures to young men. ' 1869. 170.4E43 



Lectures to young women. Ed. 9. 1869. 

170.4E43I 

Gardner^ Alice. 

Conflict of duties, and other essays. 1903. 

170.4G225C 

Gladden, Washington. 

Plain thoughts on the art of living, n. d. 

170.4G542P 

Henderson, C. Hanford. 

I 

Children of good fortune. l90Sv 

170.4H496C 
HiUis^ NeweU D. 
Investment of influence. 1899. 

i70.4H654i 
Man's value to society. 1896. 

i7o.4H654m 
Right living as a fine art. 1899. 

i7o.4H654r 
Holland, Josiah G. 
Lessons in life. 1861. 170.4H735I 

Letters to/ the Joneses. Ed. 8. 1863. 

i70.4H735le 
Jordan, William G. 

Kingship of self*control. 1900. I70.4j84k 
Lindsay, Jame^. 

Momenta of life. 1901. 170.4L749M 

Lubbock, Sir John, ist baron Avebury. 

Use of life. 1894. 170.4L928U 

McKenzie^ Alexander. 
Getting one's bearings. 1903. 

i70.4Mis6g 
McLeod, Malcolm J. 

Culture of simplicity. 1904. 170. 4M 165c 
Mowry, William A. 

Talks with my boys. 1886. i70.4M936t 
Moxom, Philip S. 

Aim of life. 1894. 170.4M937 

Mulock, Dinah M. (Mrs. Craik.) 
Sermons out of church. 1875. 

170.4M9S9S 
Oxenham, Henry N. 
Short studies, ethical and religious. 1885. 

170.4O97S 
Phelps, Mrs. Almira H. 

Hours with my pupils. 1859. 

i70.4P537b 

Sangster, Mrs. Margaret E. M. 
Joyful life. 1903. 170.4S226J 

With my neighbors. 1896. 170.4S226W 

Sheldon, Walter L. 
An ethical movement. 1896. 170.4SS44 



20 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Spalding, John L. 

Education and the higher life. Ed. 8. 
1903. 370.487346 

Glimpses of truth, with essays on Epic- 
tetus and Marcus Aurelius. 1903. 

170.4S734 
Thoughts and theories of life and educa- 
tion. Ed. 4. 1904. 37o.4S734t 
Starrett, Mrs. Helen E. 

Letters to a little girl. 1892. 395S7971 
Stephen, Sir Leslie. 
Social rights and duties. '2v. 1896. 

170.4S828S 
Strong, Sydney. 

Talks to boys and girls. 1902. i7o.4S923t 
Talmage, Thomas D. 
Abominations of modern society, n. d. 

170.4T151 
Thompson, Joseph P. • 

Young men admonished. 1852. 

i7o.4T473y 

Wagiyer, Charles. 

The better way; tr. from the French by 

M. L. Hendee. 1903. ^ i7o.4Wi33b 

Ihe busy life; tr. from the French by 

G. Morehead. 1904. . i7o.4Wi33bu 

Courage. 1894. 170. 4W 133c 

Justice; tr. from the French by M. L. 

Hendee. 1905. 170.4W133J 

My appeal to America. 1905. 

i70.4Wi33my 

On life's threshold; tr.* by E. St. John. 

1905. 170.4W1330 

The simple life; tr. from the French by 

M. L. Hendee. 1901. 170.4W133S 

Voice of nature; tr. by O. Harper. 1904. 

170.4W133V 
Youth; tr. from the French by E. Red- 
wood. 1893. i70.4Wi33y 
Washington, Booker T. ^ 

Character building. 1902. 170.4W317 

Whitney, Mrs. Adeline D. T. 

Friendly letters to girl friends. 1896. 

8i4.49W6i7f 

Wilcox, Mrs. Ella Wheeler. 

Woman of the world; her counsel to other 
people's sons and daughters. 1905. 

170.4W667W 
Wilkins, Theoda, and Wilkins, Bertha S. 
Moral culture as a science. 1900. 

170.7W685 



Wood, Henry. 

Symphony of life. 1901. 170.4W876S 

170.5. PERIODICALS. 

International journal of ethics, v. i-date. 
1891-date. 

170.9. HISTORY. 

Blackie, John S. 

Four phases of morals; Socrates, Aris- 
totle, Christianity, utilitarianism. 1887. 

170.9B628 
Lecky, William E. H. 
Histpry of European morals. Ed. 3. 2v. 
1877. 170.9L461 

Same. 1900. ri7o.9L46i 

Mackintosh, Sir James. 
Dissertation on the progress of ethical 
philosophy, chiefly during the seven- 
teenth and eighteenth centuries, i860. 

in 824.71m 
Sidgwick, Henry. 
Outlines of the history of ethics. 1886. 

170.9S5680 

171. THEORY OF ETHICS. 

Abercrombie, John. 

Philosophy of the moral feelings. 1873. 

171A144 
Albee« Ernest. 

History of English utilitarianism. 1902. 

I7I-5A328 
Alexander^ Archibald. 

Theory of conduct. 1890. i7iA374t 

Alexander^ Samuel. 

Moral order and progress. Ed. 2. 1891. 

171A378 
Bixby, James T. 

Crisis in morals. 1891. 171B624 

Bownej Borden P. 

Principles of ethics. 1892. 171B787 

Brinton^ Daniel G. 

Pursuit of happiness. 1893. 171.4B858P 
Browne, Sir Thomas. 

Christian morals. 1880. in 828. 49W v.3 
Bruce, W. S. 

Formation of Christian character. 1902. 

i7i.iB888f 



PHILOSOPHY. 



21 



Buckley, Arabella B. (Mrs. Fisher.) 
Moral teachings of science. 1892. 

1716924111 
Cams, Paul. 

Ethical problem. Ed. 3. 1899. i7iC33ie 
Corbett, Sarah. 

Essay on the evolution of character. 1902. 

i7iC79oe 
Davidson, J. Thain. 

Sure to succeed. 1889. 171.1D252S 

Dewey, John. 

Outlines of a critical theory of ethics. 
1891. 171D519 

Domer, Isaak A. 

System of Christian ethics; ed. by A. 
Dorner; tr. by C. M. Mead and R. T. 
Cunningham. 1887. 171.1D713 

Duprat, Guillaume L. 

Morals; treatise on the psycho-sociolo- 
gical bases of ethics; tr. by W. J. 
Greenstreet. 1903. i7iD942m 

FitCj Warner. 
Introductory study of ethics. 1903. 

171FS47 
Green, Thomas H. 

Prolegomena to ethics; ed. by A. C. 
Bradley. Ed. 3. 1890. 171G797 

Hamerton, Philip G. 

Quest of happiness. 1897. i7i.4H2i5q 
Harris^ Frank. 

Moral evolution. 1899. 171.7H314 

HilUs, Newell D. ' 

Quest of happiness. 1902. 171.4H654 

Hilty, Carl. 

Happiness; tr. by F. G. Peabody. 1903. 

171.4H657 
^iuxley, Thomas H. 

Evolution and ethics, and other essays. 
1898. i7iH986e 

^^Xyde, William D. 

From Epicurus to Christ. 1905. i7iH99Sf 
J«net, Paul. 

Elements of morals; tr. by Mrs. C. R. 

Corson. 1884. I7ij33e 

Theory of morals; tr. from' the . . . 

French. 1905. I7ij33t 

Jordan, David S. 

Strength of being clean. 1900. 171.4J83S 

Kant, Immanuel. 

Critique of practical reason, and other 

works on the theory of ethics; tr. by 

T. K. Abbott. Ed. 4. 1889. 171K16 



Metaphysic of ethics; tr. by J.W. Semple. 
Ed. 3. 1886. i7iKi6m 

Kedney, John S. 

Problems in ethics. 1900. 171K25 

Ladd, George T. 

Philosophy of conduct. 1902. 171L1S3 
Lilly, WiUiam S. 

On right and wrong. 1890. 171L731 
Ludlow, James M. 

Incentives for life, personal and public. 
1902. 171L94S 

McCosh, James. 

Our moral nature. 1892. 171M129 

Macmillan, Michael. 

Promotion of general happiness. 1890. 

171.5M169P 

Martineau, James. 
Types of ethical theory. Ed. 2. 2v. 1886. 

171M386 

Maurice, Frederick D. 

The conscience; lectures on casuistry. 
1883. i7i.6M4-,4 

Mezes, Sidney E. 

Ethics. 1901. 171M617 

Mill, John S. 

Utilitarianism. 1901. i7i.sM64^u 

Morley, John. 

On compromise. 1886. 171M8630 

Muirhead, John H. 

Elements of ethics. 1892. 171M9S4 

Nicoll, W. Robertson. 

When the worst comes to the worst. 
1896. I7I.IN645W 

Paley, William. 

Principles of moral and political phil- 
osophy. 1822. 171P158 
Palmer, George H. 

Field of ethics. 1901. 171P174 

Paulsen, Friedrich. 

System of ethics; ed. and tr. by F. Thil- 
ly. 1899. 171P332 

Peabody, Francis G. 

Jesus Christ and the Christian character. 

1905. 171.1P351J 

Ratzenhofer, Gustav. 

Positive ethik. 1901. G-171R238 

Rickaby, Joseph. 

Moral philosophy. 1903. i7iR538m 

Schurman, Jacob G. 

Ethical import of Darwinism. Ed. 2. 

1893. 171S394 



i 



22 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Seth, James. 

Study of ethical principles. 1894. 

171S49SS 
Shaler^ Nathaniel S. 

The neighbor. 1904, i7iSS28n 

Sharp, Frank C. 
Aesthetic element in morality and its 
place in a utilitarian theory of morals. 
1893. 171S531 

Sidgwick, Henry. 
Lectures on the ethics of T. H. Green, 
Herbert Spencer and J. Martineau. 
1902. 171S568 

Methods of ethics. Ed. 3. 1884. 

i7iS568m 
Smith, Adam. 
Theory of moral sentiments. 1887. 

171S641 

Smith, I. Gregory. 

Characteristics of Christian morality. 

(Bampton lectures.) 1873. 171.1S649 
Smyth, Newman. 

Christian ethics. 1892. 171.1S668C 

Sorley, WiUiam R. 

On the ethics of naturalism. 1885. 

171S714 
Spencer, Herbert. 
Data of ethics. 1883. 171S745 

Inductions of ethics^ and Ethics of in- 
dividual life. 1892. i7iS74Si 
Justice. 1891. 171S745J 
Negative beneficence and positive bene- 
ficence. 1893. i7iS745n 
Principles of ethics. 2v. 1899. ri7iS745p 
Stephen, Sir Leslie. 

Science of ethics. 1882. 171S8283 

Strong, Thomas B. 

Christian ethics. (Bampton lectures.) 

1896. 171.1S924 

Sutherland, Alexander. 

Origin and growth of the moral instinct. 

2v. 1898. 171S966 

Taylor, Alfred E. 

Problem of conduct. 1901. 171T238 

ThiUy, Frank. 

Introduction to ethics. 1900. 171T441 
Watson, John. 

Hedonistic theories from Aristippus to 
spencer. 1895. i7i.4W34ih 

Watt, W. A. 

Study of social morality. 1901. 171W346 



Whewell, WiUiam. 

Elements of morality, including polity. 
2v. 1877. 171W569 

Williams, Cora M. 

Review of the systems of ethics founded 
on the theory of evolution. 1893. 

171W722 

Wundt, Wilhelm. 

Ethics; tr. by J. Gulliver and others. 3v. 
1897-1901. 171VV965 

172. STATE ETHICS. 

Anitchkow, Michael. 

War and labour. 1900. 172.4A61OW 

Amoldson, K. P. 

Pax mundi; a concise account) ... of 
the movement for peace; [tr. from the 
Swedish]. 1892. 172.4A762P 

Balch, George T. "^ 

Methods of teaching patriotism in the 
public schools. 1890. 172. iB 174m 

Bouton, John B. 

Uncle Sara's church. 1895. 172.1B780U 
Brewer, David J. 

American citizenship. 1902. 172.1B847 
Channing, Wir.iam E. 

Discourses on war. 1903. i72.4C459d 

Same. 1872. in8i4.23w 

Dole. Charles F. 

American citizen. 1891. 172.1D662 

Citizen and the neighbor. 1887. 

172.1D662C 

Ferrero, Guglielmo. 

Militarism. 1902. 172.4F386 

Gorton, David A. 

Ethics, civil and political. 1902. 172G675 
Grotius, Hugo. 

De jure belli et pacis; accompanied by 
an abridged tr. by W. Whewell, with 
notes. 3v. n. d. 341G881 

Rights of war and peace; tr. from the 
Latin by A. C. Campbell. (Universal 
classics library.) 1901. r34iG88ir 

Hadley, Arthur T. 

Relations between freedom and respons- 
ibility in the evolution of democratic 
government. 1903. i72.iHi29r 

Jordan, David S. 

Blood of the nation. 1902. 172.4J83 



PHILOSOPHY. 



23 



Lieber« Francis. 

Manual of political ethics; ed. by T. D. 
Woolsey. Ed. 2. 2v. 1885. i72L7i7m 
MacCunn, John. 

Ethics of citizenship. 1894. 172.1M132C 
Mead, Edwin D. 

Principles of the founders. 1903. 

172.1M478P 
Ritchie, David G. 

Studies in political and social ethics. 
1902. 172R599S 

Ruemelin, Gustav. 

Politics and the moral law; tr. from the 
German by R. Tombo; ed. by F. W. 
Holls. 1901. 172R921P 

Shaler, Nathaniel S. 

The citizen. 1904. 172.1S528 

Tourgee, Albion W. 

Letters to a king. 1888. 172.1T727I 

Trueblood, Benjamin F. 
Federation of the world. 1899. 

i72.4T867f 

173. FAMILY ETHICS. 

Abbott, Jacob. 
Gentle measures in the management and 
training of the young. 1871. 

i73.5Ai32g 
Adler. Felix. 
Marriage, and Divorce. 1905. 

i73.iA237m 
Bachelor, Antony. 

Wanted — a wife. 1904. 173.3B122W 

Bailward, Margaret E. 
Mothers and their responsibilities. 19(04. 

i73.5Bi6om 
Chavassc, Pyc H. 
Aphorisms on the mental culture and 
training of a child. 1873. 173.5C509 
Cooper, Edward H. 
Twentieth century child. 1905. 

i73.5C776t 
Cox, Mrs. Maria M. 
Home thought^. 2v. 1902-1904. 

i73-7C878h 
Du Bois« Patterson. 
Beckonings from little hands; eight 
studies in child-life. Ed. 4. 1900. 

i73.SD8i6b 
Fireside child-study. 1903. i73.5D8i6f 



Gilman, -Mrs. Charlotte P. Stetson. 
Concerning children. 1900. 173.5G487C 
The home; its work and influence. 1903. 

173.7G487 
[Gilman, Mrs. Stella S.] 

Mothers in council. 1884. i73G488m 
[Hardy, Edward J.] 
How to be happy though married. 1901. 

1 73. 3H269h 
Harrison, Elizabeth. 
Study of child-nature from the kinder- 
garten standpoint. 1892! 173.5H319S 
Hart, Lavinia. 

When a maid marries. 1904. 173.3H325W 
Horton^ Robert F. 
On the art of living . together. 1896. 

173H823 
Jackson, Mrs. Helen M. F. H. (pseud. H. 
H.) 
Bits of talk about home matters. 1873. 

173J12 

Little, W. J. Knox. 

Holy matrimony. 1900. i73.iL778h 

Martineau, Harriet. 

Household education. 1877. 372M385h 
Meyer, Bertha. 
Aids to family government; tr. from the 
German by M,. L. Holbrook. 1879. 

I73-5M6IO 
Michael^ E. 
Practical thoughts of a mother; from the 
German by M. E. B. and C. M. V. W. 
1882. 173M620P 

Michelet, Jules. 
Love; tr. from the French by J. W. 
Palmer. 1864. 173M622 

Mosher, Martha. B. 

Child culture in the home. 1898. 

173SM912C 
Proudfoot, Mrs. Andrea H. 
Mother's ideals; a kindergarten mother's 
conception of a family life. Ed. 2. 1897. 

1 73 P968m 
Savage, Minot J. 

Man, woman and child. 1904. i73S264m 
Men and women. 1902. i73S264me 

Starrett, Mrs. Helen E. 
Letters to elder daughters. 1888. 

173S797I 
Stowe, Mrs. Harriet E. B. 

Little foxes. 1872. 173S892I 



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24 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Wagner, Charles. 

By the fireside. 1904. 173W133 

Wiggin, Mrs. Kate D. (Mrs. Riggs.) 

Children's rights. 1892. I73-5W655C 

Winterbum, Florence H. 

From the child's standpoint. [1899]. 

173.5W788 

Nursery ethics. 1895. i73-5W788n 

174. BUSINESS ETHICS. 

Ashton, John. 
History of English lotteries. 1893. 

i74.6A828h 
History of gambling in England. 1899. 

i74.6A828hg 

Bok. Edward. 

Successward. 1899. 174B685S 

Brooks, Henry M. 

Curiosities of the old lottery. (Olden 
time series.) 1886. 974B8740C 

Burnley, James. 

Summits of success. 1901. 174B966 

Cathell, Daniel W. 

Book of the physician himself and things 
that concern his reputation and success; 
rev. and enlarged. 1904. i74.2C36ib 
Cobbett, WUliam. 

Advice to young men. n. d. 174C654 

Comstock, Anthony. 

Frauds exposed. 1880. i74C739f 

Cooley, Charles H. 
Personal competition. (Economic stud- 
ies. V.4, no. 2). 1899. I74C772P 

Culin^ Stewart. 
Gambling games of the Chinese in Amer- 
ica. 1891. l74.6C966g 

Drysdale, William. 
Helps for ambitious boys. 1899. 174D811 

Farrar, Frederic W. 

Paths of duty. 1896. 174F242P 

Fowler, Nathaniel C, jr. 

The boy; how to make him succeed. 
1902. 174F787 

Hale, Edward E. 
What career? 1878. 174H163W 

Hubbard, Elbert. 
Message to Garcia. 1900. i74-8H874m 

Hunt« Freeman. 
Worth and wealth. 1856. 174H94OW 



Jordan, David S. 

Call of the twentieth century. 1903. 

174J83C 

Knowles, T. Sharper. 

Art of success. 1902. 174K73 

Marden, Orison S. 
Pushing to the front. 1894. 174M323P 
Success. 1897. 174M323S 

Maskelyne, John N. 

'Sharps and flats'; a complete revela- 
tion of the secrets of cheating at games 
of chance and skill. 1894. 174.6M397S 
Mathews, William. 

Conquering success. 1903. 174M429 

Getting on in the world. 1900. 

i74M429g 

Mears, John W. 

Bible in the workshop. 1857 174M485 
Parkhurst, Charles H. 

Talks to young men. 1897. i74P245t 

Rowntree, B. Seebohm, ed. 

Betting and gambling; a national eviL 
1905. i74.6R883b 

Shaw« Albert. 

Business career in its public relations. 
1904. i74S534b 

Steinmetz, Andrew. 

Gaming table; its votaries and victims, 
in all times and countries. 2v. 1870. 

i74.6S823g 

Strong, Josiah. 
The times and young men. 1901. 

i74S923t 
Wallace, Henry. 
Letters to the farm boy. Ed. 4. 1902. 

174W190I 

Whipple, Edwin P. 

Success and its conditions. 1871. 

I74W574^ 
Wingate, Charles F. 

What shall our boys do for a livingP 
1898. i74W769wr 



175. ETHICS OF AMUSEMENTS. 



Comstock, Anthony. 

Traps for the young. 
Leeds, Josiah W. 

The theatre. 1884. 



1883. 175C7M 

i75.2L484t 



PHILOSOPHY. 



or; 



176. SEXUAL ErrHIOS. 

Allen, Mrs. Mary W. 
What a young girl ought to know. 1897. 

176A428W 
What a young woman ought to know. 
1898. i76A428wy 

Despres, Armand. 
La prostitution en France. 1883. 

rF-i76.5D473P 
Dizon« William H. 

Spiritual wives. 1868. 176D622S 

Drake, Mrs. Emma F. A. 

What a woman of forty-five ought to 

know. 1902. 176D761W 

What a young wife ought to know. 1901. 

i76D76iwy 

Hopkins, Ellice. 

Power of womanhood. 1901. 176H793P 
Leffingwell, Albert. 
Illegitimacy, and Influence of seasons 
upon conduct. 1892. i76.5L494i 

National purity congress. 
Papers, addresses, portraits; ed. by A. M. 
Powell. V. I. 1896. ri76N277 

New York (City), Conmiittee of fifteen. 
Social evil, with special reference to con- 
ditions existing in the city of New 
York. 1902. 351.764N532S 

Same. r35i.764N532s 

Sanger, WilUam W. 
History of prostitution. 1859. 

ri76.5S225h 

Stall, Sylvanus. 

What a man of forty-five ought to know. 

1901. i76S782m 

What a young boy ought to know. 1897. 

i76S782yb 

What a young husband ought to know. 

1897. i76S782yh 

What a young man ought to know. 1897. 

i76S782ym 

177. SOCIAL ETHICS. 

Alger, WiUiam R. 
Friendships of women. 1868. 1 77. 6A395f 
Solitudes of nature and man. 1867. 

177.8A39S 



Ashmore, Ruth, pseud. (Mrs. Isabel S. 

Mallon.) 

Business girl in every phase of her life. 

1895. i77A827b 

Side talks with girls. 1895. 1 77 A827S 

Bell, Mrs. Florence E. E. 

The minor moralist. 1903. 177^433^ 

Bell, Lilian. (Mrs. Bogue.) 
From a girl's point of view. 1897. 

i77B434f 

Black, Hugh. 

Friendship. 1903. i77.6B626f 

Burrill, Katharine. 

Corner stones. 1904. 177B971C 

Cobbe, Frances P. 

Duties of women. 1881. 177C654 

Cone, John A. 

The man who pleases and the woman 

who charms. 1901. i77C746m 

Conway, Moncure D. 

George Washington's rules of civility 

traced to their sources and restored. 

1890. i77C768g 

Finck, Henry T. 
Primitive love and love-stories. 1899. 

177.6F493P 

Romantic love and personal beauty. 

1887. i77.6F493r 

Gladden, Washington. 

The new idolatry, and other discussions. 

1905. i77GS42n 

Glover, Elizabeth. 

Gentle art of pleasing. 1898. i77Gs66g 

Hamerton, Philip G. 
Human intercourse. 1885. i77H2i5h 

[Hardy, Edward J.] 

"Manners makyth man." 1887. 

i77H269m 

Hersey, Heloise E. 

To girls. 1901. i77H572t 

Holland, Josiah G. 

Titcomb's letters to young people. 1861. 

i77H735t 

Holt, Emily. 

Secret of popularity. 1904. • 177H758S 

Jephson, Lady. 

Letters to a debutante. 1905. i77J54l 

Keeler, Lucy E. 

If I were a girl again. 1904. 177X261 



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26 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Mather, Persis. 

Counsels of a worldly godmother. 1905. 

177M426C 

Moulton, Mrs. Louise C. 

Ourselves and our neighbors. 1887 

177M9270 

Parkhurst, Charles H. 

Talks to young women. 1897. l77P245t 
Reed, Myrtle. 

Spinster book. 1902. 177.6R32SS 

Ryder, Annie H. 

Hold up your heads, girls! 1886. 

i77R993h 

Sanborn, Kate. 
Tact, and other essays. 1899. 

i77Si98t 

Starrett, Mrs. Helen E. 
Letters to a daughter, and Little sermon 
to school-girls. 1886. I77S7971 

Trumbull, H. Clay. 
Friendship the master-passion. 1894. 

1 77. 6T869 

Ward, Mrs. Henrietta O., pseud. (Mrs. 
Clara J. Moore.) 
Social ethics and society duties. 1892. 

1 77 W258S 

Warner, Beverley. 

Young woman in modern life. 1903. 

i77W279yw 
Wiggin, Edith E. 

Lessons on manners for school and home. 
1891. 395W654I 

178. TEMPERANCE. STIMFJ. 
LANTS AND NARCOTICS. 

Blair, Henry W. 

Temperance movement. 1888. i78B634t 
Calkins, Alonzo. 

Opium and the opium-appetite. 1871. 

178.8C155 
Calkins, Rajrmond. 

Substitutes for the saloon. 1901. 

178C156S 

Cleife, H. H. T. 

England's greatest national sin; selec- 
tions and reflections on our Asiatic 
opium policy and traffic. 1892. 

I78,8C624 



Cobbe, WUliam R. 

Doctor Judas; a portrayal of the opium 
habit. 1895. 178.8C654 

Cumming, Alexander N. 

Public-house reform. 1901. 178.4C970P 
Cyclopaedia of temperance and prohibition. 

189 1. ri78C995 

Fiske, John. 

Tobacco and alcohol. 1869. i78F54it 

Freeman, James E. 

If not the saloon — what? 1903. 178F855 
Gough, John B. 

Platform echoes. 1889. 178G692P 

Gould, Elgin R. L. 

Popular control of the liquor traffic. 
1894. ri78.4G696p 

Gustafson, AxeL 
Foundations of death; study of the drink- 
question. Ed. 3. 1885. i78G982f 

James I, king of England. 

Counterblaste to tobacco; cd. by E. Ar- 
ber. (English reprints.) 1869. 

in 821.39J25C 

Keeley, Leslie E. 

Non-heredity of inebriety. 1896. 

i78K26n 

Kimball, Arthur R. 

Blue ribbon; what Thomas E. Murphy 
has done for the promotion of personal 
temperance. 1894. i78K49b 

Koren, John. 

Economic aspects of the liquor problem. 
1899. i78K84e 

Livermore, Abiel A. 
Anti-tobacco, with Lectures on tobacco, 
by Russell L. Carpenter, and On the 
use of tobacco, by G. F. Witter. 1883. 

178.7L874 
Ludlow, Fitz-Hugh. 
The hasheesh eater. Ed- 4. 1857 

178.8L945 
McKenzie, Fred A. 

Sober by act of parliament. 1896. 

178. 4M 156s 

Madden, John. 

Shall we drink wine? 1899 178.1M180S 
Mitchell, Kate. 
Drink question, n. d. i78M68id 

Oswald, Felix L. 
Poison problem. 1887. 178O87P 



PHILOSOPHY. 



27 



Palmer, Charles F. 

Inebriety. 1898. i78Pi73i 

Parton, James. 

Smoking and drinking. 1882. 178P274S 
Peabody, Francis G.» ed. 

The liquor problem; a summary of inves- 
tigation conducted by the Committee 
of fifty, 1893-1903. 1905. 178P351I 

Pechuman, W. F. 

Alcohol; is it a medicine? 1891. 

178.1P366 

Pemi, William A. 

Sovcrane herbe; history of tobacco. 1901. 

178.7P412S 

Pitman, Robert C. 

Alcohol and the state. 1877. 178.4P686 
Rathbone, W., and Fanshawe, E. L. 

Liquor legislation in the United States 
and Canada. n. d. 178.4R233I 

Reade, A. Arthur. 

Study and stimulants. 1883. 178R2859 
Richardson, Benjamin W. 
Ten lectures on alcohol. 1885. 

i78.iR52it 
Rowntree, Joseph, and Sherwell, Arthur. 
British 'Gothenburg' experiments and 
public-house trusts. Ed. 2. 1901. 

178.4R884 

Public control of the liquor traffic . . . 

review of the Scandinavian experiments. 

1903. 178.4R884P 

Temperance problem and social reform. 

Ed. 7. 1900. ri78.4R884t 

Shadwell, Arthur. 
Drink, temperance and legislation. 1902. 

i78S524d 
Usher, J. E. 
Alcoholism and its treatment. 1892. 

178U85 

Webb, Sidney, and Webb, Mrs. Beatrice. 

History of liquor licensing in England. 

1903. 178.4W367 

Weeden, William B. 

Morality of prohibitory liquor laws. 1875. 

178.SW394 
Wilson, George R. 
Drunkenness. 1893, i78W748d 

Wines, Frederic H., and Koren, John. 

Liquor problem in its legislative aspects. 
1897. 178.4W768I 



179. OTHER ETHICAL TOPICS 

Jackson, Abraham W. 

Deafness and cheerfulness. 1902. 

179J11 

Leffingwell, Albert. 

Vivisection question. 1901. 179.4L494 
Morselli, Henry. 

Suicide. 1882. 179.7M886 

O'Dea, James J. 

Suicide. 1882. 179.7O23 

Paget, Stephen. 

Experiments on animals. 1903. 

179.4P136 

Palmer, George H. 

Nature of goodness. 1903. i79.9Pi74n 
Salt, Henry S. 
Animal's rights considered in relation to 
social progress, also an essay on Vivi- 
section in America, by Albert Leffing- 
well. 1894. 179-33176 
Trine, Ralph W. 

Every living creature. 1899. 179.3T832 
•Tyler, James E. 

Oaths; their origin, nature and history. 
1834. 179.5T982 

Willoughby, Westel W. 

Social justice. 1900. 301W737S 



180. ANCIENT 
PHILOSOPHERS. 

Bussell, Frederick W. 

School of Plato; its origin, development 
and revival under the Roman empire. 
1896. 180B982 

Butler, WilHam A. 

Lectures on the history of ancient phil- 
osophy; ed. by W. H. Thompson. 
Ed. 2. 1874. 180B986I 

Caird, Edward. 

Evolution of theology in the Greek phil- 
osophers. (Gifford lectures.) 2 v. 1904. 

180C136 

Diogenes Laertius. 

Lives and opinions of eminent philoso- 
phers; tr. by C. D. Yonge. 1853. 

921.0D591 



28 



PHILOSOPHY. 



G., E. E. 

Makers of Hellas; critical inquiry into 
the philosophy and religion of ancient 
Greece. 1903. 938G111 

MitcheU, EUen M. 
Study of Greek philosophy. 1891, 

180M680S 
Owen, John. 

Evenings with the skeptics. 2v. 1881. 

2ii096e 

Ritter, Heinrich. 

History of ancient philosophy; tr. from 

the German by A. J. W. Morrison. 

4v. 1846. 180R614 

Schools of ancient philosophy, n. d. 

180X42S 
Windelband, Wilhelm. 

History of ancient philosophy; tr. by H. 
E. Cushman. 1899. 180W763 

181. ORIENTAL 
PHILOSOPHERS. 

Gough, Archibald E. 

Philosophy of the Upanishads and ancient 
Indian metaphysics. Ed. 2. 1891. 

181.4G692 
Kabbala, The. 
Kabbala denudata; the Kabbalah un- 
veiled; tr. from the Latin version of 
Knorr von Rosenroth by S. L. M. 
Mathers. 1887. i8i.3Kiikm 

Qabbalah; philosophical writings of Sol- 
omon Ben Yehudah Ibn Gebirol or 
Avicebron; tr. from the Zohar by I. 
Myer. 1888. i8i.3Kiikmy 

Legge, James, ed. 
Life and teachings of Confucius. 1877. 

i8i.iC7481e 
Life and works of Mencius. 1875. 

i8i.iM5361e 
Miiller, Max. 
Six systems of Indian philosophy. 1899. 

181M958 
, Three lectures on the Vedanta philoso- 
phy. 1894. iSiMgsSt 

182. EARLY GREEK PHILOSO- 
PHERS. 

Benn, Alfred W. 
Greek philosophers. 2v. 1882. 1828468^ 



Burnet, John. 

Early Greek philosophy. i8< 

Iiairbanks, Arthur, tr. 

First philosophers of Greece; 
tr. of the remaining fragm 
pre-Sokratic philosophers. 

Gomperz, Theodor. 

Greek thinkers; history of a 
osophy. 3v. 1901-1905. 

Heradeitus. Fragments 

nature; tr. from the Greek 
water by T. W. Patrick. iS 

Snider, Denton J. 

Ancient European philosophy 

Greek philosophy psy 
' treated. 1903, 
Zeller, Eduard. 

History of Greek philosophy 

tr. from the German by S. 

2v. 1881. 
Outlines of the history of G 

ophy; tr. by S. F. Alleyne 

bott. 1886. 

183. SOCRATIC 

Forbes, J. T. 

Socrates. (World's epoch-ma 

Zeller, Edaard. 

Socrates and the Socratic 2 
from, the German by O. 
Ed. 3. 1885. 

184. PLATONIC 

Abbott, Evelyn. 

Subject-index to the Dialogu 

1875. 
Adam, James. 
Nuptial number of Plato. i8( 

Campbell, Lewis. 

Plato's Republic. 1902. 
ColUns, Clifton W. 

Plato, n. d. 
Day, Alfred. 

Summary and analysis of th 
of Plato. 1870. 



PHILOSOPHY. 



29 



Gaye» Robert K. . 
Platonic conception of immortality and 
its connexion with the theory of ideas. 
1904. i84.ixga 

Grote, George. 
Plato and the other companions of Sok- 
rates. 4v. 1885. i84.ixgr 

lowett, Benjamin. 
Select passages from the introductions to 
Plato; ed. by L. Campbell. 1902. 

i84.idxjo 

Lutoslawski, Wincenty. 
Origin and growth of Plato's logic. 1905. 

184.IXIU 

Pater, Walter. 
Plato and Platonism. 1893. 184. ixp 

Plato. 
Best thoughts; comp. from Prof. Jowett's 
tr. of the Dialogues, by C. H. A. Bulk- 
ley. 1893. 184.1b 

Day in Athens with Socrates; tr. from 
the Protagoras and the Republic. Ed. 5. 
1888. 184. Id 

Dialogues; tr. by B. Jowett. 4v. n. d. 

i84.idijo 

Same. (World's great classics.) 1899. 

ri84.idijo 

Same. Ed. 3. 5v. 1892. i84.idijo.2 

Myths of Plato; tr. . . . by J. A. Stew- 
art. 1905. i84.imys 

The republic; Greek text; ed. with notes 
and essays by B. Jowett and L. Camp- 
bell. 3v. 1894. i84.irjoc 

The republic; tr. by H. Davis, and The 
statesman; tr. by G. Burges. (Univer- 
sal classics library.) 1901. ri84.ird. 

The republic; tr. by B. Jowett. (World's 
great classics). 1901. ri84.irjo 

The republic; tr. with introd. ... by 
B. Jowett. Ed. 3. 1888. i84.irjo 

Socrates; tr. of the Apology, Crito, and 
parts of the Phaedo. 1892. 184. iso 

Talks with Athenian youths; tr. from the 
Charmides, Lysis, Laches, Euthydemus 
and Theaetctus. 1891. 184. it 

Talks with Socrates about life; tr. from 
the Gorgias and the Republic. 1892. 

184. Its 



Works; new and literal version by H. 
Cary, H. Davis and G. Burges. 6v. 
1881-1883. 184.IWC 

Ritchie, David G. 

Plato. (World's epoch-makers.) 1902.. 

i84.ixri 

Strong, Thomas B. 

Platonism. n. d. i84.ixstr 

Zeller, Eduard. 

Plato and the older academy; tr. by S. 
F. Alleyne and A. Goodwin. 1888. 

184. I xz 



185. ARISTOTELIAN. 

Aristoteles. 

Ethica Nicomachca recognovit Francis- 
cus Susemihl. 1887. ri85.iens 

History of animals; tr, by R. Cresswell. 
1883. 185. 1 her 

Metaphysics; tr. by J. H. M'Mahon. 
1885. 185.1mm 

Nicomachean ethics; tr. by R. W. Browne. 
1885. i85.inbr 

Nicomachean ethics; tr. by J. E. C. Well- 
don. 1892. . 185. inw 

Organon; tr. by O. F. Owen. 2v. 1882. 

185. 1 oow 

Poetics; ed. with critical notes and a 
tr. by S. H. Butcher. Ed. 2. 1898. 

i85.ipbu 

Politica tertium edidit Franciscus Suse- 
mihl. 1898. ri85.iposu 
Politics; tr. by B. Jowett. 2v. 1885. 

i8s.ipojo 

Same. (World's great classics.) 1899. 

in ri84.idijo 

Politics and economics; tr. by E. Wal- 
ford. 1881. i8s.ipow 

Treatise on rhetoric, and the Poetic; tr. 
by T. Buckley. 1883. i85.it'rbu 

Grant, Sir Alexander. 

Aristotle, n. d. i85.ixgr 

Lewes, George H. 

Aristotle; a chapter from the history of 
science. 1864. i85.ixle 

Wallace, Edwin. 

Outlines of the philosophy of Aristotle. 
Ed. 3. 1887. 185. ixw 



J 



30 



PHILOSOPHY. 



186. PYRRHONIST. NEW PLA- 

TONIST. 

Cicero, Marcus Tullius. 

Academic questions, Treatise de finibus, 
and Tusculan disputations; tr. by C. D. 
Yonge. 1883. 87s . 4acy 

De finibus; tr. by S. Parker; rev. by J. 
Collier. 1812. 875.4dfp 

Morals of Cicero; containing . . . De 
fiinibus, [and] Academics; tr. by W. 
Guthrie. 1744. 875.4mgu 

Offices, Cato major, Laelius, etc.; tr. by 
W. Guthrie. 1755- 875.4 ogu 

Three books of offices, Cato major, Lae- 
lius, etc.; tr. by C. R. Edmonds. 1880. 

875.4the 

Treatises on the nature of the gods, on 

divination, on fate, on the republic, etc.; 

tr. by C. D. Yonge. 1878. 875.4try 

Tusculan disputations; new ed. rev. and 

corrected by W. H. Main. 1824. 

875.4tum 
Oakesmith, John. 
Religion of Plutarch. 1902. 

186.2P738XO 
Philo Judaeua. 
Works; tr. from the Greek by C. D. 
Yonge. 4v. 1854-1855. 186.4P566W 
Plutarch. 

Morals; tr. by C. W. King. 1882. 

i86.2P738mok 

Morals; tr. by several hands; corrected 

and rev. by W. W. Goodwin. 3v. 1870. 

i86,2P738mog 
Zeller, Eduard. 

History of eclecticism in Greek philoso- 
phy; tr. from the German by S. F. 
AUeyne. 1883. ' 186.3Z51 

187. EPICUREAN. 



Wallace, William. 
Epicureanism. 1880. 



187W195 



188. STOIC. 



Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus, emperor of 
Rome. 

Marcus Aurelius to himself; tr. with 



introd. study on Stoi^cism and the last 
of the Stoics by G. H. Remiall. Ed. 2. 
1898. 188. 8mr 

Thoughts; tr. by G. Long. 1864, 

i88.8tl 

Capes, William W. 

Stoicism. 1880. 188 C239S 

Epictetus. 

Discourses; tr. by G. Long. 2v. 1902. 

188. 7dl 
Discourses, with the Encheiridion and 
fragments; tr. by G. Long. 1877. 

i88-.7del 
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. 
Morals, by way of abstract; by R. 
L'Estrange. n. d. i88.6mol 

On benefits; tr. by A. Stewart. 1887. 

188. 6on 

Tranquility of mind^ and Providence; tr. 

by W. B. Langsdorf. 1900. 188. 6tr 

Zeller, Eduard. 

Stoics, Epicureans and sceptics; tr. from 

the German by O. J. Reichel. 1880. 

188Z51 

189. EARLY CHRISTIAN AND 
MEDIAEVAL PHILOSOPHERS. 

Axarias, Brother. (Patrick F. Mullany.) 
Aristotle and the Christian church. 1888. 

189A992 

Bigg, Charles. 

Christian Platonists of Alexandria. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1886. 1896594 
Boer, T. J. de. 

History of philosophy in Islam; tr. by 
E. R. Jones. 1903. i89.3B672h 

Boethius, Anicius M. S. 

King Alfred's Anglo-Saxon version of 
Boethius de consolatione philosophiae, 
with literal English tr. by S. Fox. 1864. 

i89B673k 

Fairweather, William. 

Origen and Greek patristic theology. 
1901. (World's epoch-makers.) 

i89.2069xf 

Hampden, Renn D. 

Scholastic philosophy Considered in its 
relation to Christian theology. (Bamp- 
ton lectures.) 1833. 189H229 



PHILOSOPHY. 



31 



Hartmann, Franz. 
Life of Philippus Theophrastus, Bombast 
of Hohenheira, known by the name of 
Paracelsus, and the substance of his 
teachings. 1887. i89.5P22ixh 

Paracelsus. 
Hermetic and philosophical writings; ed. 
by A, E. Waite. 2v. 1894. 

qiSp.S P22ih 

190. MODERN 
PHILOSOPHERS. 

Adamson, Robert. 
Development of modern philosophy, with 
other lectures and essays. 2v. 1903. 

190A221 

Dewing, Arthur S. 
Introduction to the history of modern 
philosophy. 1903. 190DS19 

Lecky, WUliam E. H. 
History of the rise and influence of the 
spirit of rationalism in Europe. 2v. 
1866. 211L461 

Royce, Josiah. 
Spirit of modern philosophy. 1892. 

190R888S 

191. AMERICAN PHILOSO- 
PHERS. 

McCosh, James. 
Philosophic series. 2v. 1884- 1886. 

191. SP 
Philosophy of reality. 1894. 191. 5ph 

Prevailing types of philosophy. 1890. 

191. 5pr 

192. BRITISH PHILOSOPHERS. 

^Mrie, Henry. 
Scottish philosophy in its national de- 
velopment. 1902. 192L384 
McCosh, James. 
Scottish philosophy . . . from Hutche- 
son to Hamilton. 1874. 192M129 
Masson, David. 
Recent British philosophy. Ed. 3. 1877. 

192M419 
Morris, George S. 
British thought and thinkers. 1880. 

i92M876b 



Stephen, Sir Leslie. 
English utilitarians. 3v. 1900. 192S828 
History of English thought in the eight- 
teenth century. Ed. 2. 2v. 1881. 

i92S828h 

BACON. 

Bacon, Francis, viscount St. Albans. 

Advancement of learning, and Novum 
organum. (World's great classics.) 
1899. ri92.ia 

Works; ed. by J. Spedding, R. L. Ellis 
and D. D. Heath. 7v. 1879. 192. iws 

Works, with life by B. Montague. 3v. 
1859. 192. I w 

Fowler, Thomas. 

Bacon. 1881. i92.ixfo 

Nichol, John. 

Francis Bacon. 2v. 1888-1889. I92.ixni 

BERKELEY. 

Berkeley, George. 

' Works; [ed.] by A. C. Fraser. 4v. 1871. 

192. 3wf 
Fraser, Alexander C. 

Berkeley, 1881. I92.3xfr 

HAMILTON. 

Hamilton, Sir William. 

Discussions on philosophy and literature. 

1861. 192.9H222 

Philosophy of Sir William Hamilton; 

arranged and ed. by O. W. Wight 

i860. 192.9H222P 

Jones, Jesse H. 

Know the truth; critique on the Hamil- 
tonian theory of limitation. 1865. 

192.9H222XJ0 
Mill, John S. 

Examination of Sir William Hamilton's 
philosophy. 1884. i92.9H222xmi 

Monck, William H. S. 

Sir William Hamilton. 1881. 

i92.9H222xmo 

Veitch, John. 

Hamilton. 1882. 192.9H222XV 

HARTLEY. 

Bower, George S. 

David Hartley and James Mill. 1881. 

i92.9H332xb 



32 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Hartley, David. 

Observations on man. 



Ed. 6. 1834. 

192.9H3320 



HOBBES. 

Hobbes, Thomas. 

English works; ed. by Sir William Moles- 
worth. I IV. 1839-1845. i92.9H682e 
Robertson, George C. 

Hobbes. 1886. i92.9H682xr 

Stephen, Sir Leslie. 
Hobbes. (English men of letters.) 1904- 

B-H682st 

1 

HUME. 



B-H921C 



Calderwood, Henry. 

Hume. n. d. 
Hume, David. 

Philosophical works; ed. by T. H. Green 
and T. H, Grose. 4v. 1882. 192. 4ph 
Huxley, Thomas H. 

Hume. (English men of letters.) 1879. 

I92.4xhu 
Hume, with helps to the study of Berke- 
ley. 1898. ri92.4xhu 
Knight, WilUam. 

Hume. 1886. I92.4xkn 

Orr, James. 
David Hume and his influence on phil- 
osophy and theology. (World's epoch- 
makers.) 1903. i92.4xor 

LOCKE. 

Fowler, Thomas. 

Locke. (English men of letters.) 1880. 

B-L8i4fo 

Fraser, Alexander C. * 
Locke. 1890. I92.2xfr 

Locke, John. 
Works. lov. 1823. 192. 2 w 

Works; philosophical works. 2v. 1885. 

192. 2wp 

SPENCER. 

Collins, F. Howard. 

Epitome of the Synthetic philosophy. 
1889. 192.8XCO 

Hudson, William H. 

Introduction to the philosophy of Her- 
bert Spencer. 1894. I92.8xhu 
Macpherson, Hector. 
Spencer and Spencerism. 1900. 192. 8xm 



Royce, Josiah. 

Herbert Spencer. 1904, 



i92.8xro 



OTHER BRITISH PHILOSOPHERS. 

Bentham, Jeremy. 

Works; [ed.] by J. Bo wring. 22v. 1838- 
1843. 308B477W 

Bolingbroke, Henry St. John, viscount. 

Works. 4v. 1841. 828.5B689W 

Collins, W. Lucas. 

Butier. 1881. 192.9B985XC 

Farrer, James A. 

Adam Smith. 1881. i92.9S642xf 

Fowler, Thomas. 

Shaftesbury and Hutcheson. 1883. 

i92.9S525xf 
Fraser, Alexander C. 

Thomas Reid. n. d. I92.5xfr 

Green, Thomas H. 

Works; ed. by R. L. Nettleship. Ed. 4, 
3v. 1899-1900. 192.9G787W 

Haldane, Elizabeth S. 

James Frederick Ferrier. n. d. B-F39oh 
McCosh, James. 

Examination of Mr. J. S. Mill's philoso- 
phy. Ed. 2. n. d. 192. 7xm 
Spooner, William A. 

Bishop Butler. 1901. 192.9B985XSP 

Stewart, Dugald. 

Collected works; ed. by Sir William 
Hamilton, iiv. 1854-1860. 192. 6ch 

193. GERMAN PHILOSOPHERS. 

Hillebrand, Karl. 

German thought from the Seven years* 
war to Goethe's death. 1880. 

830.9H6sig 

FICHTE. 

Adamson, Robert. 

Fichte. 1881. 193. 3xa 

Everett, Charles C. 
Fichte's Science of knowledge. 1884. 

I93-3XCV 
Fichte, Johann G. 
Sammtliche werke; herausgegeben von J. 
H. Fichte. 8v. 1845-1846. G-193.3S 
Science of knowledge; tr. from the Ger- 
man by A. E. Kroegcr. 1889. 193.3s 
Science of rights; tr. from the German by 
A. E. Kroeger. 1889. 193. 3sr 



PHILOSOPHY. 



33 



;93.5xhi 



193. 5xk 



HEGEL. 

laillie, James B. 

Origin and significance of Hegel's logic. 
1901. 193. Sxb 

laird, Edward. 

Hegel. 1886. 193. 5XC 

[arris, William. 

Hegel's logic. 1890. 193- Sxh 

[egel, Georg W. F. 

Philosophy of right; tr. by S. W. Dyde. 

1896, 193 -Spr 

libben, John G. 

Hegel's logic. 1902. 
Ledney, John S. 

Hegel's aesthetics. 1885. 
Mackintosh, R. 

Hegel and Hegelianism. (World's epoch- 
makers.) 1903. 193 -Sxm 
iAorris, George S. 

Hegel's philosophy of the state and of 
history. 1887. l93.Sxmo 

Stirling, James H. 

Secret of Hegel. 1898. i93.Sxst 

KANT. 

Caird, Edward. 
Critical philosophy of Immanuel Kant. 
2v. 1889. 193. 2XC 

Fischer, Kuno. 
Critique of Kant; tr. from the German 
by W. S. Hough. 1888. ^ 193.286 

Kant, ImmanueL 
Critique of pure reason; tr. by Max 
Mullcr. 1881. I93.2crmu 

Critique of pure reason; tr. from the 
German by J. M. D. Meiklejohn. 1884, 

I93.2crm 
Same. (World's great classics.) 

ri93.2crm 
Kritik of judgment; tr. by J. H. Bernard, 
1892. I93.2krb 

Prolegomena; tr. by J. P. Mahaffy and 
J. H. Bernard. (Kant's critical phil- 
osophy, V. 2.) 1889. I93.2prm 
Prolegomena, and Metaphysical founda- 
tions of natural science; tr. by E. E. 
Bax. 1883. I93.2prb 
Mabaffeyv John P., and Bernard, John H. 
Kritik of the pure reason explained and 
defended. (Kant's critical philosophy, 
V. I.) 1889. 193. 2xm 



Morris, George S. 

Kant's Critique of pure 

Paulsen, Friedrich. 

Immanuel Kant^ his hfe 
from the German by 
and A. Lefevre. 1902. 
Porter, Noah. 

Kant's ethics. 1886. 
Wallace, William. 

Kant. 1886. 
Wenley, Robert M. 

Outline introductory to 
of pure reason. 1904. 

LEIBNIZ. 



reason. 1882. 

i93.2xmo 

and doctrine; tr. 

J. E. Creighton 

193. 2xp 

193.2XP0 

193.2XVV 

Kant's Critique 
193 . 2xwe 



Dewey, John. 

Leibniz's new essays concerning the hu- 
man understanding; a critical exposi- 
tion. 1888. 193. ixd 
Leibniz, Gottfried W. 

Opera philosophica quae exstant Latina 

Gallica Germanica omnia. Edita recog- 

novit . . . Joannes Eduardus Erd- 

mann. 1840. 193 . i op 

Merz, John T. 

Leibniz. 1884. 193. ixm 

LOTZE. 

Jones, Henry. 

Critical account of the philosophy of 
Lotze. 1895. 193.8XJ0 

Lotze, Hermann. 
Logic; ed. by B. Bosanquet. 1884. 

193.81b 

Metaphysic; ed. by B. Bosanquet. Ed. 2. 

2v. 1887. 193. 8me 

Microcosmus; tr. from the German by E. 

Hamilton and E. E. C. Jones. 2v. 

1885. 193. 8mi 

NIETZSCHE. 

Dolson, Grace N. 

Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. 1901. 

i93.9N677xdo 

Nietzsche, Friedrich. 

Dawn of day; tr. by J. Volz. 1903. 

i93.9N677d 

Works; ed. by A. Tille. v. 8, 10, 11. 

1896-1897. 193.9N677W 



34 



PHILOSOPHY. 



SCHOPENHAUER. 

Caldwell, WilUaixu 

Schopenhauer's system in its philosoph- 
ical significance. 1896. i93-7xc 
Schopenhauer, Arthur. 

Counsels and maxims; being the second 
part of Aphorismen zur lebensweisheit; 
tr. by T. B. Saunders: 1890. 193. 7xc 

On human nature; essays . . . selected 
and tr. by T. B. Saunders. 1902. 

193 -7 on 

On the fourfold root of the principle of 
sufficient reason, and On the will in 
nature; tr. by Mme. K. Hillebrand. 
1903- i93.7ont 

Religion: a dialogue, and other essays; 
selected and tr. by T. B. Saunders. 
Ed. 2. 1890. 193 ^r 

Studies in pessimism; selected and tr. by 
T. J3. Saunders. 1903. 193- 7st 

Wisdom of life; being the first part of 
Aphorismen zur lebensweisheit; tr. by 
T. B. Saunders. 1890. 193. 7w 

Wisdom of life, and other essays; tr. by 
[T.] B. Saunders and E. B. Bax. (Uni- 
versal classics library.) 1901. 

ri93-7wi 

World as will and idea; tr. from the Ger- 
man by R. B. Haldane and J. Kemp. 
3v. 1883-1886. 193. 7wo 

SPINOZA. 



i93-9S758xc 



Caird, John. 

Spinoza. 1888. 
Duff, Robert A. 

Spinoza's political and ethical philosophy. 
1903. i93.9S758xd 

Joachim, Harold H. 

Study of the Ethics of Spinoza. 1901. 

i93-9S758xj 
Martineau, James. 

Study of Spinoza. Ed. 2. 1883. 

i93-9S7S8xm 
Pollock, Sir Frederick. 

Spinoza; his life and philosophy. Ed. 2. 

1899. i93-9S758xpo 

Spinoza, Benedict de. 

Chief works; tr. from the Latin by R. H. 

M. Elwes. 2v. 1903. i93.9S758ch 



Improvement of the underst 
ics, and Correspondence; 
Latin by R. H. M. Elwes. 
classics library.) 1901. 

OTHER GERMAN PHILC 

Hartmann, Eduard von. 
Philosophy of the unconscioi 
C. Coupland. 3v. 1884. 
Schlegel, Karl W. F. von. 
Philosophy of life, and PI 
language; tr. from the G< 
J. W. Morrison. 1876. 
Watson, John. 
Schelling's transcendental 
critical exposition. 1882. 

194. FRENCH PHILOS 

L6vy-Bruhl, Lttcien. 

History of modern philosoph 
1899. 
Owen, John. 

Skeptics of the French renais 

COMTE. 

Caird, Edward. 

Social philosophy and religio 
1885. 
Comte, Auguste. 
Positive philosophy; tr. by H 
n. d. 

L€vyLBruhl, Lucien. 

Philosophy of Auguste Comt 
the French by K. de Beaur 
1903. 
Lewes, George H. 

Comte's philosophy of the sci^ 

Mm, John S. 

Positive philosophy of Augi 
1887. 

DESCARTES. 

Descartes, Ren6. 

Method, Meditations, and Phi 
by J. Veitch. (Univers 
library.) 1901. ' 

Philosophy of Descartes in ey 
his writings; selected and t 
P. Torrey. 1892. 



PHILOSOPHY 



35 



Iaha£Fy, John P. 

Descartes. 1881. 194. ixm 

xnith, Noiman. 

Studies in the Cartesian philosophy. 
1902. 194. 1 xs 

►THER FRENCH PHILOSOPHERS. 

Cousin, Victor. 
Lectures on the true, the beautiful and 
the good; tr. by O. W. Wight. 1865. 

194. 7I 

riudson, William H. 

Rousseau and naturalism in life and 

thought. (World's epoch-makers.) 

1903- I94.4xhu 



Waite, Arthur E. 
Life of Louis Claude de Saint-Martin, the 
unknown philosopher, and the sub- 
stance of his transcendental doctrine. 
1901. 194.9S146XW 

195. ITALIAN PHILOSOPHERS. 

Brinton, Daniel G., and Davidson, Thomas. 

Giordano Bruno, philosopher and martyr. 
1890. i9sB898xbr 

Flint, Robert. 

Vico. 1884. i95V638xf 

Owen, John. 
Skeptics of the Italian renaissance. 1893, 

2ii096si 



1 



38 



RELIGION. 



204A237C 



204. ESSAYS. 

Adler, FeUz. 

Creed and deed. 1886. 
Allen, Alexander V. G. 

Religious progress. 1894. 204A422r 

Allen, Joseph H. 

Positive religion. 1891. 204A427P 

Barrows, John H. 

Christianity the world-religion. (Bar- 
rows lectures.) 1897. 204 B278C 
Bartol, Cyrus A. 

The rising faith. 1874. 204B292ri 

Batchelor, George. 

Social equilibrium, and other problems 
ethical and religious. 1887. 204B327S 
Bellows, Henry W., and others. 

Christianity and modern thought. 1872. 

204B448 

Brierley, J. 

Ourselves and the universe; studies in 
life and religion. 1903. 204B853 o 

Problems of living. 1903. 204B853P 

Brooke, Stopford A. 
Religion in literature, and Religion in life. 
1900. 204B87ir 

Brooks, PhiUips. 
Essays and addresses; religious, literary 
and social; ed. by J. C. Brooks. 1894. 

204B872e 

Burlingame, Edward L., ed. 

Current discussion. 

V. 2. Questions of belief. 1878. 

204B960C 

Burroughs, John. 

Light of day. 1900. 204B972I 

Carson, W. R, 

Reunion essays. 1903. 20^Q^22t 

Carus, PauL 

Homilies of science. 1892. 204 C33ih 

Cobbe, Frances P. 

Darwinism in morals, and other essays. 
1883. 204C654d 

Conway, Moncure D. 

Idols and ideals, with an essay on Christ- 
ianity. 1877. 204C768i 
Cook, Joseph. 

Orthodoxy. (Boston Monday lectures.) 
1878. 204C771 o 



Coyle, John P. 

Spirit in literature and life. 1896. 

204C881S 

Crothers, Samuel M. 
The understanding heart. 1903* 

204C952U 

Cust, Robert N. 

Linguistic and oriental essays. 6v. in 7- 

1880-1904. 824.89C988I 

De Quincey, Thomas. 

Theological essays, and other papers. 2v. 

i860. 204D426t 

Deutsch, EmanueL 

Literary remains. 1874. 204D486I 

Everett, Charles C. 

Essays, theological and literary. 190 1. 

204E92e 
Immortality, and other essays. 1902. 

204E92i 
Fisher, George P. 
Discussions in history and theology. 
1880. 204F534d 

Gladstone, William E. 
Later gleanings; theological and eccle- 
siastical. 1897. 204G543I 
Hamilton, Gail, pseud. (Mary A. Dodge.) 

Stumbling blocks. 1864. 204H218S 

Harrison^ Frederic; and Spencer, Herbert. 
Nature and reality of religion; a contro- 
versy. 1885. 204H3i9n 
Hedge, Frederic H. 

Ways of the spirit, .and other essays. 
1878. 204H453W 

Herford, Brooke. 

Small end of great problems. 1902. 

204H544 
Hodge, Charles. 

Essays and reviews. 1857. 204H687e 

Hodges, George. 

Faith and social service. (Lowell lec- 
tures.) 1896. 204H688f 
Hughes, Thomas, and others. 
Tracts for priests and people. 1862. 

204H894t 
Huntington, William R. 
Four key-words of religion. Ed. 2. 1899. 

204H953f 
Hutton, Richard H. 

Essays on some of the modern guides to 
English thought in matters of faith. 
1888. 204H984e 



RELIGION. 



39 



Lrc Gallienne, Richard. 

Religion of a literary man. 1893. 

204L496r 

Mabte^ Hamilton W. 

Life of the spirit. 1905. 204M112I 

Manning, Henry E. 

Four great evils of the day. n. d. 

204 M284f 

Martineau, James. 

Essays, reviews and addresses. 4v. 1890- 
1891. 824.89M386e 

Merle d'Aubign6, Jean H. 

D'Aubigne and his writings. 1846. 

204M564 

Mill, John S. 

Three essays on religion; Nature, Utility 
of religion, and Theism. 1874. 

204 M645t 
Mihnan, Henry H. 

Savonarola, Erasmus, and other essays. 

1870. 204M658S 

Newman, John H. 

Discussions and arguments on various 

subjects. 1899. 204 N5S3d 

Noyes, George R., ed. 

Collection of theological essays from va- 
rious authors. 1867. 204N954C 
Oates, James F. 

Religious condition of young men. 1901. 

• 204 Our 

Oxenham, Henry N. 
Short studies, ethical and religious. 1885. 

170.4O97S 
Short Studies in ecclesiastical history and 
biography. 1884. 204O97S 

Patmore, Coventry. 

Religio poetae, etc. 1898. 204 P3ior 

Pflexderer, Otto. 

Evolution and theology, and other essays; 
cd. by O. Cone. 1900. 204PS3ie 

Phelps, Austin. 

My study, and other essays. 1891. 

204P537ms 
Phelps, Elizabeth S. (Mrs. Ward.) 
Struggle for immortality. 1889. 

204P538S 

Renan, Ernest. 

Studies in religious history. 1887. 

204R393S 



Rogers, Henry. 

Reason and faith, and other miscellanies. 
1853. 204R722r 

Russell, George W. E. 

Household of faith; portraits and essays. 
1902. 204R963h 

Schleiermacher, Friedrich. 

On religion; tr. by J. Oman. 1893. 

204S341 o 

Shairp, John C. 

Culture and religion in some of their re- 
lations. 1881. 204SS26C 
Simmons, Henry M. 

New tables of stone, and other essays. 
1904. 204S592n 

Smith, Goldwin. 

Guesses at the riddle of existence, and 
other essays on kindred subjects. 1897. 

204S648g 

Spalding, John L. 

Religion, agnosticism and education. 
1902. 204S734r 

Spalding, Martin J. 
Miscellanea. Ed. 2. 2v. in i. 1885. 

204S73Sm 

Stephen, Sir Leslie. 
Agnostic's apology, and other essays. 
1893. 204S828 

Same. Ed. 2. 1903. 204S828.2 

Stephens, Thomas, ed. 

The child' and religion. 1905. 204S834C 
Stowe, Mrs. Harriet E. B. 
Religious studies, sketches and poems. 
1896. 204S892r 

Temple, Frederick, and others. 
Essays and reviews. Ed. 3. 1860. 

204T284 

TjnreU, George. 

Faith of the millions. 2v. 1901. 

204T993f 

Vaughan, John S. 

Thoughts for all times. Ed, 12. n. d. 

204V367 

Westcott, Brooke F. 

Essays in the history of religious thought 

in the West. 1891. 204W524e 

The incarnation and common life. 1893. 

204W524i 
Lessons from work. 1901. 204W524I 



40 



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Wiseman, Nicholas. 

Essays on various subjects. 

Wright, WilHam B. 
Master and men. 1894. 



1888. 

204W814 

204W954m 



205. PERIODICALS. 

American Catholic quarterly review, v. i- 

date. 1876-date. 
American journal of theology, v. i-date, 

1897-datc. 
American quarterly observer. v. 1-3. 

1833-1834. 
American quarterly register, v. 1-15. 1829- 

1840. 
Andover review, v. 1-19. 1884-1893. 
Baptist quarterly, v. 8, 10, 11, 12, 14. 1886, 

1888, 1889, 1890, 1892. 
Biblical world, v. 17-date. 1901-date. 
Bibliotheca sacra and theological review. 

V. 1-60. 1844-1902. 
Catholic world, v. i-date. 1865-date. 
Christian disciple, v. 1-6. 1813-1818. 
Christian disciple and theological review. 

y. i-S. 1819-1823. 
Christian examiner and theological review. 

y.i-87. 1824-1869. 
Christian observer, v. 1-77. 1802- 1877. 
Church at home and abroad, v. 7-24. 1890- 

1898. 
DttbHn review, v. i-date. 1836-date. 
Good words, v. i-date. 1860-date. 
Hibbert journal, v. i-date. 1902-date. 
Independent, v. si-date. 1899-date. 
Journal of the Society of Biblical literature 

and exegesis, v. j-20. 1881-1901. 
Methodist quarterly review, v. 66-date. 

1884-date. 
Missionary review of the world, v. 14-date. 

1891-date. 
Modem review, v. 1-3. 1880-1882. 
New Church review. V. i-date. 1894-date. 
New Jerusalem magazine! v. 10-17. 1886- 

1893- 
New world, v. 2-9. 1893-1900. 
Open court, v. i-date. 1888-date. 
Outlook. V. 50-date. 1894-date. 
Presbsrterian and reformed review, v. 2-13. 

1891-1902. 
Presbsrterian quarterly review, v. 1-4. 

1853-1856. 



Presbsrterian review, v. 5-10. 1884- 1889. 
Princeton theological review, v. i-date. 

1903-date. 
Spiritual magazine, v. 7-1 1. 1872- 1876. 
Theological quarterly, v. 8-datc. 1904- 

date. 
Theosophical review, v. 34-datc. 1904- 

date. 
Unitarian, v. 1-12. 1886-1897. 
Unitarian review, v. 1-36. 1874- 1891. 
Unity. V. 3-26. 1879-1891. 
Universalist quarterly, v. 1-48. 1844-1891. 

206. SOCIETIES. 

207. EDUCATION. 

Barrows, John H., ed. 

World's parliament of religions. 2v. 

1893. 206B278W 

Same. r2o6B278w 

Canton, William. 

History of the British and foreign Bible 

society. 1904. 2o6C232h 

Story of the Bible society. 1904. 

206C232S 
Jastrow, Morris. 

Study of religion. 1901. 207J4IS 

Ranyard, Mrs. Ellen H. W. 

Missing link; or, Bible-women in the 
homes of the London poor. 1861. 

2o6R2i4m 

208. COLLECTED WORKS. 

Abbott, "LyTDaxL 
Problems of life; selections from [hisj 
writings . . . by S. T. D. 1900. 

•208Ai33i> 
Alexander, Mrs. Francia^ comp. and tr. 
II libro d' oro of those whose names ar^ 
written in the Lamb's book of li£^_ 
1905. 2o8A37"^ 

Barrow, Isaac. 

Works. 3v. 1841. 2oSB27^^^ 

Beecher, Henry W. 
Life thoughts; gathered from [his] c^^^- 
temporaneous discourses, by one of hm ^ 
congregation. 1858. 2o8B4iS^ 

Proverbs from Plymouth pulpit; selectee/ 
from [his] writings and sayings by W- 
Drysdale. 1887. 2o8B4l5i> 

Royal truths. . 1868. 2o8B4isr 



RELIGION. 



41 



cs, Thomas. 

ooth stones taken from ancient 
irooks; collection of sentences, illus- 
•ations. etc., from [his] works . . . 
jr C. H. Spurgeon. i860. 208B874S 

r, Joseph. 

•rks; ed. by W. E. Gladstone. 2v. 
396, 208B985W 

aers, Thomas. 

ithumous works; ed. by W. Hanna. 
7. 1849- 1860. 208C437P 

ling, William E. 

rks. Ed. 22. 6v. in 3. 1872. 814. 23W 
Mrs. Lydia Maria, ed. 
lirations of the world. 1881. 208CS35 
ay, Moncure D., ed. 
red anthology (oriental) ; book of eth- 
ical scriptures. Ed. 5. 1877. 

208C768S 
ner, Thomas. 

lains; collected and arranged by H. 
:nkyns. 4v. 1833. 2o8C893r 

Thomas. 

aplete works. 2v. 1863. 208D546 

5, John. 
rks; [ed.] by H. Alford. 6v. 1839. 

208D684W 
heim, Alfred. 

u-va-Vohu; collection of fragmentary 

loughts and criticisms; ed. by E. 

dersheim.. 1890. 2o8E22t 

rds, Jonathan. 

rks. 4v. 1881. 208E25W 

r, Elon, ed. 

r cyclo'paedia of prose illustrations 

lapted to Christian teaching. 2v. 

'77' r2o8F7S4n 

John. 

rks; ed. by T. Russell. 1831. 

in 208T987W V.3 
e, Richard H. 

lains. 2v. in 4. 1839. 208F943 

Robert. 

■ks; [ed.] by O. Gregory, v. i, 2. 
32. 208H179W 

ton, James, comp. 

Christian classics; readings from the 
St divines. 4v. 1859. 208H2180 

Nefcon, ed. 
y walks with wise men. 1861. 

208H433 



Hughes, John. 

Complete works; ed. by L. Kehoe. 2v. 

1866. 208H893 

Kilboum, John K., comp. 

Faiths of famous men in their own words. 

1900. 2o8K47{ 

Leighton, Robert. 

Whole works. 1839. 208L53IW 

Luther, Martin. 

Table talk; tr. and ed. by W. Ha^litt. 

1884. 2o8L973t 

Watchwords for the warfare of life, from 

Luther; tr. and arranged by Mrs. E. R. 

Charles. 1869. 208L973W 

MacDonald, George. 

Cheerful words, from [his] writings; se- 
lected by E. E. Brown. 1880. 

208M13SC 
Mack, Anna E^ ed. 
For His sake; thoughts for Easter day 
and every day. 1902. 2o8Mi52f 

Martineau, James. 
Tides of the spirit; selections from [his] 
writings; ed. by A. Lazenby. 1905. 

2o8M386t 
MUller, Max. 
Life and religion; an aftermath from 
[his] writings, by his wife. . 208M958I 
Paley, William. 
Miscellaneous works. 4v. 1821. 

2o8Pis8m 
Works. 1831. 208P158W 

Parker, Theodore. 

Collected works. 14V. 1872-1876. 

208P243 
Penington, Isaac. 
Selections from Isaac Penington. 1892. 

208P411S 
Robinson, John. 
Works; [ed.] by R. Ashton. 3v. 1851. 

208R662W 
Stanley, Arthur P. 
Thoughts that breathe, from [his] writ- 
ings; selected by E. E. Brown, n. d. 

2o8S787t 

Taylor, Jeremy. 

Whole works; [ed.] by C. P. Eden and 
A. Taylor. lov. 1847-1854. 208T242W 
Tyndale, William. 
Works; ed. by T. Russell. 3v. 1831. 

208T987W 



42 



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Ussher, James. 
Whole works; [ed.] by C. R. Elrington. 
I7v. 1847. 208U87 

Wesley, John. 

Selections from [his] writings; comp. and 
arranged by H. Welch. 1901. 

208W513S 

Whately, Richard. 

Thoughts and apophthegms; from [his] 

writings. 1856. 2o8Ws56t 

Williams, Roger. 

The Roger Williams calendar; [ed. by J. 

O. Austin], 1897. r2o8W726r 

209. HISTORY. 

Caird, Edward. 

Evolution of religion. (Gifford lectures.) 

2v. 1893. 209C136 

Carpenter, J. Estlin. 

Christianity and the religions of fhe 

world. 1905. 209C295C 

Child, Mrs. Lydia Maria. 

Progress of religious ideas through suc- 
cessive ages. 3v. 1869. 209CS3S 
Dole, Charles F. 
Smoke and the flame; a study in the de- 
velopment of religion. 1902. 

209D662S 

Edkins, Joseph. 

Early spread of religious ideas especially 
in the far East. (By-paths of Bible 
knowledge.) n. d. 209E23 

Goblet d'Alviella, Eugene, comte. 
Contemporary evolution of religious 
thought in England, America and In- 
dia; tr. by J. Moden. 1886. 209G576 
Gould, Sabine Baring-. 
Origin and development of religious be- 
lief. 2v. 1884. 209G6980 
Heine, Heinrich. 

Religion and philosophy in Germany; a 
fragment; tr. by J. Snodgrass. 1882. 

i09H468r 

Ingram, John K. 

Outlines of the history of religion. 1900. 

209I55 o 
International congress of arts and science, 

St. Louis, 1904. 



Congress of arts and science. Universal 

exposition, 1904; ed. by H. J. Rogers. 

1905-1906. 060I61C 

V. 2. History of politics and economics. 

History of law. History of religion. 

Jevons, Frank B. 

Introduction to the history of religion. 
1896. 209JS7» 

Kellogg, Samuel H. 

Genesis and gro\\rth of religion. 1892. 

209K29g 

MaccuUoch, J. A. 

Religion; its origin and forms. (Temple 
primers.) 1904. 209Mi32r 

Menzies, Allan. 

History of religion. 1906. 209M55ih 

Pressens6, Edmond de. 
The ancient world and Christianity; tr. 
by A. H. Holmden. n. d. 209P935 

Price, Edward D. 

Story of religions. 1901. 209P94SS 

Religious systems of the world; addresses. 

1890. 209X42 

Same. Ed. 2. 1892. 209X42.2 

R6ville, Albert. 

Prolegomena of the history of religions; 
tr. from the French by A. S. Squire. 
1884. 209R454P 

Taylor, Henry O. 

Ancient ideals; study of intellectual and 
spiritual growth from early times to the 
establishment of Christianity. 2v. 1896. 

209T241 

Wenley, Robert M. 
Preparation for Christianity in the ancient 
world. 1898. 209W476P 

210. NATURAL THEOLOGY 

Abbott, Fanny L. 
Faith built on reason. 1902. 210A126 

Argyll, George D. Campell, 8th duke of. 

Philosophy of belief. 1896. 210A696P 

Reign of law. 1873. 2ioA696r 

Unity of nature. 1884. 210A696U 

Bascom, John. 

Natural theology. 1880. 210B298 

Blakely, John. 

Theology of inventions. 1856. 

2ioB637t 



RELIGION. 



43 



Child, G. Chaplin. 
The great architect. 2v. in i. 1869. 

2ioC535g 
Fiske, John. 

Studies in religion; being Destiny of man, 
Idea of God, Through nature to God, 
Life everlasting. 1902. 

r8i8.49Fs4imv. 9 
Through nature to God. 1899. 

2ioFs4it 
Goyau, Marie Jean. 

Non-religion of the future; tr. from the 
French. 1897. 2ioG987n 

King, John H. 

The supernatural; its origin, nature and 
evolution. 2v. 1892. 210K53 

Mo2oomdar, Protap Chunder. 

Spirit of God. 1894. 210M942S 

Mmier, Max. 

Anthropological religion. (Gifford lec- 
tures.) 1892. 210M958 
Natural religion. (GiflFord lectures.) 
1899. 2ioM958n 
Physical religion. (Gifford lectures.) 
1901. 210M958P 
Theosophy; or, Psychological religion. 
(Gifford lectures.) 1893. 2ioM958t 
Nordhoff, Charles. 

God and the future life. 1864. 2ioN833g 
Oliphant, Laurence. 

Scientific religion. Ed. 2. 1888. 

210O46S 
Pazton, James. 

Illustrations of Paley's Natural theology. 
1827. 2ioPjs8p 

Picton, J. Allanson. 

Religion of the universe. 1904. 2ioP6iir 
Savage, Minot J. 

Life's dark problems. 1905. 210S264I 

Tucker, Abraham. 
Abridgment of the Light of nature pur- 
sued. 1807. 210T889 
WhcwcU, Waiiam. 
Astronomy and general physics consid- 
ered with reference to natural theol- 
ogy. 1833. 210W569 

2U. DEISM AND ATHEISM. 

Abbot, Francis £. 

Scientific theism. 1885. 211 



A 1 26s 



Blackie, John S. 
Natural history of atheism. 1878. 

2iiB628n 

Bonham, John M. 

Secularism; its progress and its morals. 
1894. 211B714S 

Bowne, Borden P. 

Philosophy of theism. 1887. 211B787P 
Buchanan, James. 
Modern atheism under its forms of pan- 
theism, materialism, secularism, devel- 
opment and natural laws. 1859. 

2iiB9i7m 

Caldecott, Alfred, and Mackintosh, Hugh 
K., ed. 

Selections from the literature of theism. 

1904. 211C146S 

^^ . 

Cobbe, Frances P. 

A faithless world. 1885. 2110654! 

Peak in Darien, with some other inquiries 

touching concerns of the soul and 

body. 1882. 211C654P 

Faber, George S. 

Difficulties of infidelity, [and] Modern 

infidelity considered, by Robert Hall. 

1866. 2iiFiisd 

Fisher, George P. 

Manual of natural theology. 1893. 

^ 2iiF534m 

Fiske, John. 

Idea of God as affected by modern 

knowledge. 1886. 2iiF54ii 

Same. 1902. in r8i8.49F54im v.9 

Flint, Robert. 
Agnosticism. 1903. 211F625 

Fraser, Alexander C 

Philosophy of theism. (Gifford lectures.) 
2v. 1895-1896. 211F839P 

Holland, Frederic M. 

Rise of intellectual liberty, from Thales 
to Copernicus. 1885. 211H734 

Holyoake, George J. 

English secularism. 1896. 2iiH76ie 

Trial of theism. 1858. 2iiH76it 

Ingersoll, Robert G. 
Works. I2V. 1902. 211I47W0 

Iverach, James. 

Theism in the light of present science and 
philosophy. 1899. 2iil94t 



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RELIGION. 



Lambert, Louis A. 
Notes on Ingersoll. Ed. i6. 1900. 

2IlL22in 

Tactics of infidels. 1887. 2iiL22it 

Lecky, William £. H. 

History of the rise and influence of the 

spirit of rationalism in Europe. 2v. 

1866. 211L461 

Lilly, Wniiam S. 

Great enigma. 1892. 2iiL73ig 

MaUock, William H. 
Reconstruction of religious belief. 1905. 

2iiM255r 
Mellone, Sydney H. 

Leaders of religious thought in the nine- 
teenth century. 1902. 211M528I 
Owen, John. 
Evenings with the skeptics. 2v. 1881. 

2ii096e 
Skeptics of the French renaissance. 1893. 

2ii096sf 
Skeptics of the Italian renaissance. 1893. 

2ii096si 
Paine, Thomas. 
Age of reason. in 3o8Pi47wrv, 4 

Theological works, n. d. 2iiPi47t 

Pearson, Karl. 
Ethic of free thought, and other addresses 
and essays. Ed. 2. 1901. 211P362 

Pearson, Thomas. 

Infidelity, i860. 2iiP363i 

Purinton, Daniel B. 

Christian theism. 1889. 211P98SC 

Robertson, John M. 
Short history of free thought. 1899. 

211R651S 
Savage, Minot J. 

Belief in God, added . . . Intellectual 
basis of faith. 1900. 2iiS264b 

Schurman, Jacob G. 
Agnosticism and religion. 1896. 

2iiS394a 

Belief in God. 1890. , 2iiS394b 

Stephen, Sir LeWe. 

Essays on freethinking and plainspeak- 

ing. 1905. 2iiS828e 

Strauss, David F. 

Old faith and the new; tr. by M. Blind, 
n. d. 211S9120 

Thompson, Sir Henry. 
"Unknown God"? 1902. 211T472U I 



21 iT9i9t 



Tulloch, John. 

Theism. 1856. 
Van Ness, Thpmas. 

The coming religion. 1893. 211V266C 

Vojrsey, Charles. 

Religion for all mankind. 1903. 

21 1 V976r 

Wace, Henry, and others. 

Christianity and agnosticism; a contro- 
versy. 1889. 21 1 Wi 14c 
Ward, James. 
Naturalism and agnosticism. (Gifford lec- 
tures.) 2v. 1899. 2iiW258n 

212. THEOSOPHY. 



212A1435 



Aber, Mary A. 

Souls, n. d. 
Besant, Mrs. Annie. 
Ancient wisdom. Ed. 2. 1899. 

2i2B553a 

Avataras. 1900. , 2i2B553av 

Birth and evolution of the soul. 1896. 

2i2Bs53b 
Building of the kosmos, and other lec- 
tures, n. d. 2i2B553bu 
Death — and after? 1894. 2i2Bs53d 
Esoteric Christianity. 1902. 2i2B553e 
Evolution of life and form. Ed. 2. 1900. 

212B553CV 
A few helpful thoughts; chosen by a 
Christian from [her] works. 1897. 

2128553^ 
In the outer court. Ed. 2. 1898. 

212BS53J 
Karma. 1895. 2i2B553k 

Laws of the higher life. 1903. 212B553I 
Man and his bodies. 1896. 2i2B553m 

Path of discipleship. Ed. 2. 1899. 

212B553P 

Reincarnation. 1892. 2i2BSS3f 

The self and its sheaths. 1895. 

212B553S 

Seven principles of man. n. d. 

2i2B553S« 

Some problems of life. 1900. 212BS53SO 
Study in consciousness. 1904. 2i2B553St 
Thought power; its control and culture- 
1903. 2i2B553tb 



RELIGION. 



45 



Besant, Mrs. Annie. 

Three paths to union with God, and Lec- 
ture delivered in St. James's hall, Apr. 
27th, 1895. 1897. 2i2BS53thr 

Bhagav&n D&s. 

Science of the emotions. 1900. 

212B576S 

Blavatsky, Mme. H^dne P. 

I sis unveiled. 2v. 1886. 2126645! 

Key to theosophy. 1889. 2i2B645k 

Secret doctrine. Ed. 3. 3v. 1893. 

212B645S 

Voice of the silence, and other chosen 

fragments from the Book of the golden 

precepts. 1899. 212B645V 

Buck, Jirah D. 

Nature and aim of theosophy. 1889. 

2i2B92in 

[Burgoyne, Thomas C] 

Light of Egypt. 1889. 212B957I 

Collins, Mabel. 

Idyll of the white lotus. 1890. 2120712! 
Light on the path, and Karma. 1904. 

212C712I 

Coues, Elliott, ed. 

Kuthumi. 1866. 2i2C853k 

Edger, Lilian. 

Elements of theosophy. 1903. 212E23 
Elliot, W. Scott. 
Lost Lemuria. 1904. 212E47I0 

Man's place in the universe. 1902. 

2i2E47m 
Story of Atlantis. 1896. 2i2E47st 

Hermetic philosophy. 3v. 1890-1893. 

212X19' 

Judge. William Q. 
Ocean of theosophy. 1893. 212J930 

Kingsland, William. 
Esoteric basis of Christianity; or, Theos- 
ophy and Christian doctrine. 1895. 

2i2K54e 

Leadbeater, Charles W. 
Astral plane. 1895. 2i2L434a 

Christian creed, n. d. 212L434C 

I^evachanic plane. 1896. 2i2L434d 

Invisible helpers, n. d. 2i2L434i 

Other side of death. 1903. 212L434 o 

Outline of theosophy 1902. 212L4340U 
Some glimpses of occultism. 1903. 

212L434S0 



Olcott, Henry S. 

Buddhist catechism. 1887. 212044b 

Old diary leaves; true story of the Theo- 

sophical society. 1895. 212O440 

Theosophy, religion and occult science. 

1885, 2i2044t 

Pryse, James M. 

Reincarnation in the New Testament. 

1900. 2i2P973r 

Sermon on the mount, and other extracts 

from the New Testament, with notes 

on the mystical or arcane sense. 1899. 

212P973S 
Sm F. T., pseud. 

Can matter think? 1886. 212S111 

Sinnett; Alfred P. 
Esoteric Buddhism. 1884. 2i2S6i8e 

Growth of the soul; sequel to Esoteric 
Buddhism. 1896. 2i2S6i8g 

Occult world. Ed. 2. 1884. 

212S618 o 
Sinnett, Mrs. Patience E., and Elliot W. 
Scott. 
The lunar pitris. Ed. 2. 1896. 212S619I 
Walker, E. D. 

Reincarnation. 1888. 2i2Wi78r 

Wright, Claude F. 

Outline of modern theosophy. 1894, 

212W9480 

213. CREATION. EVOLUTION. 

Adams, Myron. 

Continuous creation. 1889. 213A215 

Bascom, John. 

Evolution and religion. 1897. 213BS98 
Boardman, George D. 

Studies in the creative week. 1878 

213B662S 
Conley, John W. 
Evolution and man, here and hereafter. 
1902. 213C7S2 

Dawson, Sir J. WiUiam. 

Modern ideas of evolution as related to 
revelation and science, n. d. 

2i3D27im 
Funk, Isaac K. 

Next step in evolution; the present step. 
1902. 213F982 

James, Henry, 

Substance and shadow. 1863. 213J26 



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RELIGION. 



Le Conte, Joseph. 

Evolution and its relation to religious 
thought. 1888. 213L466 

Same. Ed. 2. 1896 r2i3L466.2 

Lee, James W. 

Making of a man. 1892. 2i3L479ni 

McCosh, James. 
Religious aspect of evolution. 1890. 

2i3Mi29r 

Savage, Minot J. 
Irrepressible conflict between two world- 
theories, [and] Inevitable surrender of 
orthodoxy. 1892. 21382641 

Religion of evolution. 1876. 2i3S264r 

Simmons, Henry M. 

Unending genesis. 1893. 213SS92U 

Sunderland, Jabez T. 

Spark in the clod. 1902. 213S958 

Upham, Francis W. 

Debate between the church and science. 

i860. 2i3U68d 

Warring, Charles B. 

Mosaic account of creation, the miracle 

of to-day. 1877. 2i3W295m 

214. PROVIDENCE. 

Bruce, Alexander. 

Providential order of the world. (Gifford 
lectures.) 1897. 214B886P 

215. RELIGION AND SCIENCE. 

Bell, Sir Charles. 

The hand. 1833. 215B432 

Brent, Charles H. 
Splendor of the human body. 1904. 

215B838S 
Chalmers, Thomas. 

On the power, wisdom and goodness of 
God. 2v. 1833. 215C4370 

Draper, John W. 

History of the conflict between religion 
and science. 1875. 215D765 

Same. 1896. r2i5D765 

Drummond, Henry. 

Natural law in the spiritual world. 1885. 

2i5D794n 

Gould, George M. 

Meaning and method of life. 1893. 

215G697 



Hitchcock, Edward. 

Religion of geology and its connected 
sciences, i860. 2i5H674r 

Hudson, Thomson J. 

Divine pedigree of man. 1899. 215H887 
Huxley, Thomas H. 

Essays upon some controverted ques- 
tions. 1892. 2i5H986es 
Science and Christian tradition. 1898. 

215H986S 
Science and Hebrew tradition. 1898. 

215H986SC 

Kidd, John. 

On the adaptation of external nature to 
the physical condition of man. 1833. 

215K440 
Laing, SamueL 

Modern science and modern thought. 
Ed. 3. 1886. 2i5Li87m 

Modern Zoroastrian. 1890. 2i5Li87m2 
Le Conte, Joseph. 
Religion and science. 1884. 

2i5L466r 
Mitchel, Ormsby M. 

Astronomy of the Bible. 1863. 215M677 
Moore, Aubrey L. 

Science and the faith. Ed. 5. 1898. 

215M819 
Nolan, Frederick. 
Analogy of revelation and science. 
(Hampton lectures.) 1833. 215N787 

Pressens6, Edmond de. 

Study of origins. Ed. 2. 1885. 215P935S 
Romanes, George J. 

9 Thoughts on religion; ed. by C. Gore. 
Ed. 2. 1895. 2i5R758t 

Shaler, Nathaniel S. 
Interpretation of nature. 1893. 

2i5S528i 
Shields, Charles W. 
Religion and science in their relation to 
philosophy. 1875. 2i5S555r 

Smith, Orlando J. 
Balance, the fundamental verity, 1904. 

2i5S656b 

Smsrth, Newman. 
Through science to faith. 1902. 

2i5S668t 
Temple, Frederick. 

Relations between religion and science. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1885. 215T284 



RELIGION. 



47 



Waggett; P. N. 

*Is there a religion of nature?' 1902. 

2i5Wi33i 
White, Andrew D. 

History of. the warfare of science with 
theology in Christendom. 2v, 1896. 

215W582 
Same. 1899. r2i5W582 

Warfare of science. 1888. 215W582W 

Zahm, John A. 

Evolution and dogma. 1896. 2i5Zi9e 



216. EVIL. 

Thompson, Daniel G. 

Problem of evil. 1887. 



216T471P 



218. FUTURE LIFE. 

Adams, Charles J. 

Where is my dog? or, Is man alone im- 
mortal? 1892. 218A211W 
Bradford, Amory H. 

Ascent of the soul. 1903. 218B799 

Cressey, George C. 

The essential man. 1895. 218C922 

Crothers, Samuel M. 

The endless life. 1905. 2i8C952e 

Elb6, Louis. 
Future life in the light of ancient wisdom 
and modern science; tr. [from the- 
French.] 1906. 2i8E37f 

Pechner, Gustav T. 
Little book of life after death; tr. from 
the German by M. C. Wadsworth. 
1904. 218F291I 

Figuier, Louis. 
Joys beyond the threshold; sequel to To- 
morrow of death; tr. by A. L. Alger. 
1893. 218F476J 

To-morrow of death; tr. from the French 
by S. R. Crocker. 1872. 2i8F476t 

Fiske, Amos K. 

Beyond the bourn. 1891. ai8Fs39 

Fiskc, John. 
Destiny of man viewed in the light of his 
origin. 1884. 218F541 

Same. 1902. in r8i8.49F54im v. 9 

Life everlasting. 1901. 218F541I 

Same. 1902. in r8i8.49F54im v. 9 

Unseen world, and other essays. 1876. 

814.49F541U 
Same. 1902. in r8i8.49F54im v. 6 



Hudson, Thomson J. 

Scientific demonstration of the future life. 

1895. 218H887 

James, William. 

Human immortality. 1898. 218J29 

McConnell, Samuel D. 

Evolution of immortality. 1901. 

218M128 
MUnsterberg, Hugo. 

Eternal life. 1905. 2i8M97ie 

Nichols, James R. 

Whence, what, where? Ed. 9. 1885. 

218N619 
Osier, WilHam. 

Science and immortality. 1904. 218O83S 

Ostwald, Wilhelm. 

Individuality and immortality. 1906. 

2i8086i 
Royce, Josiah. 

Conception of immortality. 1900. 

218R888 
Savage, Minot J. 

Life beyond death. 1900. 218S264I 

Shaler, Nathaniel S. 

The individual; a study of life and death. 
1900. 218S528 

Smith, Orlando J. 

Eternalism. 1902. 218S656 

Stewart, Balfour, and Tait, Peter G. 

Unseen universe. 1894. 218S851U 

Straub, Jacob. 

Consolations of science. Ed. 3. 1886. 

218S911 
Taylor, Isaac. 

Physical theory of another life. 1853. 

218T241 
Thompson, Robert J., ed. 

Proofs of life after death; a twentieth 
century symposium. 1902. 218T475 

Wheeler, Benjamin I. 

Dionysos and immortality. 1899. 

218W561 

220. BIBLE. 

GENERAL WORKS. 

Angus, Joseph. 

Bible handbook, i860. 220A59S 

Cable, George W. 

Busy man's Bible and how to study and 
teach it. 1891. 220C11S 



50 



RELIGION. 



Conant, Mrs. Hannah O. 
The English Bible; ed. by C. H. Spurgeon. 
1859. 220.52C743 

l>ore, John R. 

Old Bibles; . . . various versions of the 
English Bible. 1876. 220.52D695 

JSadie^ John. 

The English Bible; external and critical 
history of the various translations of 
Scripture. 2v. 1876. 220.52E11 

Edgar, Andrew. 

Bibles of England. 1889. 220.52E23 

Hoare, H. W. 

Evolution of the English Bible. 1901. 

220.52H679 
Jacobus, Melancthon W., ed. 

Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles 
compared. 1905. 220.5ji8r 

Kenyon, Frederic G. 

Our Bible and the ancient manuscripts; 
being a history of the text and its trans- 
lations. Ed. 4. 19031 220.5K380 
Our English Bible, n. d. 220.52X420 
Prime, Wendell. 

Fifteenth century Bibles. 1888. 

016.22P953 
Smsrth, J. Paterson. 

How we got our Bible. 1899. 

220.52S668 
Wright, John. 

Early Bibles of America. 1892. 

016.22W949 
Same. Ed. 3. 1894. roi6.22W949 

220.6. HERMENEUTICS. EXEGESIS. 

Arnold, Matthew. 

God and the Bible. 1876. 22o.6A757g 
Same. 1893 in r828.7sA757w v. 8 

Literature and dogma. 1875. 

22o.6A;j57l 
Same. 1903. in r828.7sA7S7w v. 7 

Chejme, Thomas K. 

Bible problems and the new material for 
their solution. 1904. 220.6C53ib 

Conybeare, John J. 
Attempt to trace the history and to as- 
certain the limits of the secondary and 
spiritual interpretation of Scripture. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1824. 220.6C768 
Driver, Samuel R., and others. 
Studia biblica. 4v. 1885-1896. 

220.6D782S 



Farrar, Frederic W. 

History of interpretation . (Bai 
tures.) 1886. 2 

Kitto, John. 
Daily Bible illustrations. 8v. ] 



220.7. COMMENTARII 

Butler, J. Glentworth, ed. 

Bible-work. iiv. 1892. r 

Ctarke, Adam. 

Holy Bible . . . with comme 
critical notes. 6v. 1811-1821. 

r 

Critici sacri, sive doctissimorum v 

SS. Biblia annotationes & trai 

1-8. 1660. fr; 

Henry, Matthew. 

Exposition of the Old and Nc 

ment, with practical remarks 

servations. 5v. i860. qr22 

Lange, Johann P^ ed. 

Commentary on the Holy Scrij 
from the German . . . ed. by 
2SV. 1869- 1874. r2: 

Peloubet, Francite N., and Pelou 
Mary A. 
Select notes; commentary on th 
tional lessons, 1896, 1902, 190^1 
22, 28, 30-date. r: 

220.8. SPECIAL TOPIC 

Fairbaim, Patrick. 
Typology of Scripture. 2v. 19c 

2: 

PHILOSOPHY. THEOLOQT. HOCJK 

Clarke, William N. 
Use of the Scriptures in theology 

220 
Delitzsch, Franz. 
System of Biblical psychology; 
the German by R. E. Wallis. 

220 

Fluegel, Maurice. 

Spirit of the Biblical legislation, 
lei with Talmud, moralists. 
New Testament, ancient and 
law. 1893. 220 



RELIGION. 



51 



Guttmacher, Adolf. 

Optimism and pessimism in the Old and 
New Testaments. 1903. 220.81G98S 

Wiener, Harold M. 

Studies in Biblical law. 1904. 

220.83W647S 

WilliamiBon, George C. 

Money of the Bible. (By-paths of Bible 
knowledge.) 1895. 220.83W73im 

NJmJIRAL SCIENCE. 

Groser, William H. 

Scripture natural history; trees and plants 
mentioned in the Bible. (By-paths of 
Bible knowledge.) 1888. 220,856877 
Hart, Henry C. 

Scripture natural history; animals men- 
tioned in the Bible. (By-paths of Bible 
knowledge.) 1888. 220.8SH32S 

Plants and trees of Scripture, n. d. 

' 220.85X42P 
IVood, John P. 

Bible animals. 1884. 220.85W877b 

MEDICINE. 

Bennett, Sir Risdon. 

Diseases of the Bible. (By-paths of Bible 
knowledge.) i887. 220.86B472 

Gillespie^ Charles G. K 

Sanitary code of the Pentateuch. (By- 
paths of Bible knowledge.) n. d. 

220.86G478S 

LITERATURE. 

Bowen, Francis. 

Layman's study of the English Bible 
considered in its literary and secular 
aspect. 1886. 220.88B786I 

Cook. Albert S., ed. 

The Bible and English prose style; selec- 
tions and comments. 1892. 220.88C769 
If oulton, Richard G. 

Literary study of the Bible. 1895. 

220.88M927I 
Short introduction to the literature of the 
Bible. 1901. 220.88M927S 

Shutter, Marion D. 

Wit and humor of the Bible. 1893. 

220.88S564W 



220.9. HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY. 

MacCoua, Townsend 

Holy Land in geography and in history. 
2v. 1897. 220.9Mi30h 

GEOGRAPHY. 

Coleman, Lsrman. 

Historical text-book and atlas of Biblical 
geography, i860. r220.9iC692 

Dawson, Sir J. William. 

Egypt and Syria; their physical features 
in relation to Bible history. (By-paths 
of Bible knowledge.) Ed, 2. 1887. 

220,9lD27l 

Modern science in Bible lands. 1889. 

220.9iD27im 
Hurlbut, Jesse L. 
Bible atlas; manual of Biblical geography 
and history. 1899. q220.9iH964b 

MerrJl, Selah. 

Galilee in the time of Christ. (By-paths 
of Bible knowledge.) Ed. 3, 1891. 

220.91M571 

BIOGRAPHY. 

Aguilar, Grace. 
Women of Israel. 2v. 1865. 

220.92A283W 
Armstrong, Fanny L, 

Children of the Bible. 1884. 220.92A736 
Baldwin, George C. 
Representative women; from Eve ... to 
Mary. 220.92B181 

Chadwick, John W., and others. 

Women of the Bible. 1900. 220.92C432W 
Gray, George B. 
Studies in Hebrew proper names. 1896. 

220.92G778S 
Matheson, George. 
Representative men of the Bible. 2v, 
1903. 220.92M428r 

Reader Charles. 

Bible characters. 1889. 220.92R285 

Whyte, Alexander. 
Bible characters. 6v. [1901-1902.] 

220.92W63ib 
Young, Dinsdale T. 

Neglected people of the Bible. 1902. 

220.92Y7on 



52 



RELIGION. 



ANTIQUITIES. 

Ball, Charles J. 

Light from the East; or, Witness of the 
monuments. 1899. 220.93B186I 

Boscawen, W. St. Chad. 

Bible and the monuments. 1895. 

220.93B741 

Caldecott W. Shaw. 

The tabernacle; its history and structure. 
1904. 220.93Ci47t 

Chapman, Mark B. 

Mounds, monuments and inscriptions 
illustrating Bible history. 1901. 

220.93C466m 

Day, Edward. 

Social life of the Hebrews. 1901. 

220.93D274S 

Delitzsch, Franz. 

Jewish artisan life in the time of Jesus; 
tr. by B. Pick. 1883. 220.93D355J 

Delitzsch, Friedrich. 

Babel and Bible; ed. with introd. by C. H. 
W. Jones. 1903. 220.93D356b 

Eklersheim, Alfred. 

Sketches of Jewish social life in the days 

of Christ. 1881. 220.93E22J 

The temple; its ministry and services as 

they were at the time of Jesus Christ. 

n. d. 220.93E22t 

Evettis, Basil 1 . A. 

New light on the Bible and the Holy 
Land. 1892. 220.93E93n 

Fenton, John. 

Early Hebrew life. 1880. 220.93F342 

Harper, Henry A. 

Bible and modern discoveries. 1890. 

220.93H294 
Hilprecht, Hermann V., ed. 
Recent researches in Bible lands. 1898. 

220.93H656r 
Hogarth, David G., ed. 
Authority and archaeology, sacred and 
profane. 1899. 913 ^HZM 

Hommel, Fritz. 
Ancient Hebrew tradition as illustrated 
by the monuments; tr. froni the German 
by-E. McClure and L. Crossle. 1897. 

220.93H768 



Keil, Carl F. 

Manual of Biblical archaeology; tr. from 
the German. 2v. 1887-1888. 

220.93K27m 

King, James. 

Recent discoveries on the Temple hill at 
Jerusalem. (By-paths of Bible knowl- 
edge.) Ed. 3. 1888. 220.93K53r 
Knight, WiUiam. 

Arch of Titus and spoils of the temple. 
(By-paths of Bible knowledge.) n. d. 

220.93K71 

Koenig, Eduard. 

Bible and Babylon; tr. from the German 
by C. E. Hay. Ed. 9. 1903. 220.93K77 
Needham, George C. 

Shadow and substance; an exposition of 
the tabernacle types. 1896. 

220,93X3755 
Newton, Richard. 
Jewish tabernacle and its furniture in 
their typical teachings. 1864. 

220.93NS66J 
[Osbum, WUliam.] 
Antiquities of Egypt, with a particular no- 
tice of those that illustrate the sacred 
Scriptures. 1841. 913.38082a 

Prices Ira M. 
Monuments and the Old Testament. 1905. 

220 . 93P94Sm 
Sayce, Archibald H. 

Fresh light from the ancient monuments. 
(By-paths of Bible knowledge.) Ed. 7. 
1892. 220.93S274f 

"Higher criticism" and the verdict of the 
monuments. Ed. 4. 1894. 220.93S274h 
Monumental facts and higher critical fan- 
cies. [1904] 220.93S274m 
Schrader, Eberhard. 
Cuneiform inscriptions and the Old Tes- 
tament; tr. from the German by O. C. 
Whitehouse. 2v. 1885-1888. 

220.93S377C 
Smith, George. 

Chaldean account of Genesis; rev. by A. 
H. Sayce. 1880. 220.93S647C 

Stapfer, Edmond. 

Palestine in the time of Christ; tr. by A. 
H. Holmden. Ed. 3. n. d. 

220.93S794P 



RELIGION. 



53 



Trumbull, H. Clay. 

Studies in oriental social life, and gleams 
from the East on the sacred page. 1894. 

915.69T869S 

Whitfield, Frederick. 

The tabernacle, priesthood and offerings 
of Israel. 1875. 220.93W596t 

CHRONOLOGY. 

Akers, Peter. 

Introduction to Biblical chronology. 1855. 

220. 94 A3 1 5 

Lynn, WiUiam T. 

Bible chronology. Ed. 2. 1905. 

r220.94L990 

Mahan, MHo. 

Palmoni; or,*The numerals of Scripture a 
proof of inspiration. 1864. 220.94M214 

HISTORY OF BIBLICAL EVENTS. 

Kurtz, Johann H. 

Manual of sacred history; tr. from the 
German by C. F. Schaeffer. Ed. 7. 
i860. 220.95K99m 

Oliphant, Mrs. Margaret O. W. 

Jerusalem, the "holy city. 1891. 

220.95O47J 
Oort, Henricus, and Hooykaas, Isaac. 

Bible for learners. 3\. 1881. 220.95O61 
Pollard, Josephine. 

Bible and its story. 1890. 220.95P773 
Yonge, Charlotte M. 
Young folks' Bible history. 1880. 

220.95Y56y 

221. OLD TESTAMENT. 

GENERAL WORKS. 

Baldwin, James. 

Old stories of the East. 1896. 221B181 o 
Burge, Lorenzo. 
Origin and formation of the Hebrew 
Scriptures. 1890. 221B9540 

Driver, Samuel R. 
Introduction to the literature of the Old 
Testament. 1891. 22iD782i 

FIske, Amos K. 
Jewish Scriptures; boo.cs of the Old Tes- 
tament in the light of their origin and 
history. 1896. 221F539J 



Gladden, Washington. 

Seven puzzling Bible books; supplement 
to Who wrote the Bible? 1897. 

221G542S 

Green, WiUiam H. 
Moses and the prophets. 1891. 22iG797m 

Kautsch, Emil. 

Outline of the history of the literature of 
the Old Testament; tr. by J. Taylor. 
1898. 221K2100 

Maurice, Frederick D. 

Patriarchs and lawgivers of the Old Tes- 
tament. 1904. 221M454P 

Ottlcy, Robert L. 

Aspects of the Old Testament. (Bamp- 
ton lectures.) 1897. 221O89 

Peters^ John P. 

Early Hebrew story; its historical back-, 
ground. 1904. 22iP482e 

221. 1. CANON. INSPIRATION. 

Bleek, Friedrich. 

Introduction to the Old Testament; ed. 
by J. Bleek and A. Kamphausen; tr. by 
G. H. Venables. 2v. 1882. 221.1B646 
Buhl, Frants. 
Canon and text of the Old Testament; tr. 
by J. Macpherson. 1892. 221.1B932 
Davidson, Andrew B. 
Old Testament prophecy; ed. by J. A. 
Paterson. 1903. 221.1D252 

Ellicott, Charles J. 
Christus comprobator. Ed. 6. 1893. 

221.1E46 

Gladstone, William E. 

Impregnable rock of Holy Scripture. 
1890. 221.1G543 

Green, William H. 

General introduction to the Old Testa- 
ment: the ca"*^n. 1898. 22i.iG797 
McFadyen, John E. 
Messages of the prophetic and priestly 
historians. (Messages of the Bible.) 
1901. 22i.iMi42m 
Old Testament criticism and the Christian 
church. 1903. 221.1M1420 
Margoliouth, David S. 
Lines of defence of the Biblical revela- 
tion. Ed. 3. 1903. 221.1M329I 



54 



RBLIGION. 



Peters, John P. 
Old Testament and the new scholarship. 
1902. 221.1P482 

Ryle, Herbert E. 

Canon of the Old Testament. 1892. 

221 . 1R994 

Smith, George A. 

Modern criticism and the preaching of the 
Old Testament. Ed. 3. 1902. 

221.1S648 

Smith, R. Payne. 
Prophecy a preparation for Christ. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1869. 221.1S657 

Smith, W. Robertson. 

Old Testament in the Jewish church; lec- 
tures on Biblical criticism. 1890. 

221.1S665 

Whitelaw, Thomas. 

Old Testament critics. 1903. 221 . i W59S 
Wise, Isaac M. 

Pronaos to Holy Writ. 1891. 

22I.lW8l2p 

221.5. VERSIONS. 

ENGLISH. 

Bible. Old Testament. 

Bible for home reading; ed. . . . by C. 
G. Montefiore. 2v. 1900-1902. 

22i.52Bs8bm 

Students' Old Testament . . . arranged 

and tr. by C. F. Kent. 2v. 1904-1905. 

22i.52Bs8ke 

SELECTIONS. 

Bible. ^1d 'T^estament. Selections. 

Ethics of the Hebrew Scriptures; selec- 
tions from the Pentateuch, Psalms . . . 
arranged- and ed. by I. S. Moses and A. 
Moses. 1889. 221 . 52B58e 

221.6. HERMENEUTICS. 

Abbott, Lyman. 
Life and literature of the ancient Heb- 
rews. 1901. 221.6A133I 
Cheyne, Thomas K. 

Critica biblica; or, Critical notes on the 

text of the Old Testament writings. 

1903. 221.6C531C 



Mozley, James B. 

Ruling ideas in early ages and their rela- 
tion to Old Testament faith. 1900. 

22i.6M94ir 

221 .8. SPECIAL TOPICS. 

Bennett, William H. 

Theology of the Old Testament. -Ed. 2. 
n. d. 22i.82B473t 

Davidson, Andrew B. 

Theology of the Old Testament; ed. by S. 

D. F. Salmond. 1904. 22i.82D85it 
Drysdale, A. H. 

Early Bible songs. (By-paths of Bible 
knowledge.) 1890. 221.88D811 

Du£F, Archibald. 
Old Testament theology. • 2v. 1900. 

221.82D8540 
Hexlprin, Michael. 
Historical poetry of the ancient Hebrews. 
2v. 1880. 22i.88H467b 

Mitchell, Edward Craig. 
Parables of the Old Testament explained. 
1903. 221. 8M 681 

Oehler, Gustav F. 
Theology of the Old Testament; tr. by 

E. D. Smith [and] S. Taylor. 2v. 
1892-1893. 221 .82028t 

Peake, Arthur S. 
Problem of suffering in the Old Testa- 
ment. 1904. 22I.8P3S7P 
Piepenbring, Charles. 
Theology of the Old Testament; tr. from 
the French by H. G. Mitchell. 1893. 

22I.82P6l4t 

Sayce, Archibald H. 
Races of the Old Testament. (By-paths 
of Bible knowledge.) 1891. 572S274r 
Schultz, Hermann. 

Old Testament theology; tr. from the 
German by J. A. Paterson. Ed. 2. 2v. 
1898. 22 1. 82S3870 

Taylor, Isaac. 

Spirit of the Hebrew poetry. 1862. 

221.88T241S 

221.9. HISTORY. 

BIOGRAPHY. 

Cheyne, Thomas K. 
Jeremiah; his life and times. (Men of the 
Bible.) 1888. 221.92J55C 



UELIGION. 



55 



Deane, Henry. 

Daniel; his life and times. (Men of the 

Bible.) n. d. 22i.92Di84d 

Deane, William J. 
Abraham; his life and times. (Men of the 

Bible.) n. d. 22i.92Ai59d 

David; his life and times. (Men of the 

Bible.) n. d. 22i.92D248d 

Joshua; his life and times. (Men of the 

Bible.) n. ^d. 22i.92j86d 

Samuel and Saul; their lives and times. 

(Men of the Bible.) n. d. 22i.92Si93d 

Douglas, George C. M. 

Samuel and his age; a study in the con- 
stitutional history of Israel. 1901. 

22i.92Si93do 

driver, Samuel R. 

Isaiah; his life and times and the writings 
which bear his name. (Men of the 
Bible.) 1888. 22i.92l75dr 

^arrar, Frederic W. 

Minor prophets. (Men of the Bible.) n. 

d, 221.92F242 

Solomon; his life and times. (Men of the 

' Bible.) n. d. 22i.92S688f 

S-eikie, Cunningham. 

Old Testament characters. 1888. 

221.92G314 
3ouId, Sabine Baring-. 

Legends of Old Testament characters. 
2v. 1871. 221.92O698 

Hfllis, Newell D. 

David the poet and king. 1901. 

22i.92D248hi 

banter, P. Hay. 
Story of Daniel; his life and times. Ed. 4. 
1890. 22i.92Di84h 

^g, John M. 

Gideon and the judges; a study, historical 

and practical. (Men of the Bible.) n. 

d. 221.92G453I 

^^Upgan, WiUiam. 

Elijah; his life and times. (Men of the 

Bible.) n. d. 22i.92E39mi 

■^Mrlinson, George. 
Ezra and Nehemiah; their lives and times. 
(Men of the Bible.) n. d. 22i.92E99r 
Isaac and Jacob; their lives and times. 
(Men of the Bible.) [1890] 

22i.92l73r 



Kings of Israel and Judah. (Men of the 

Bible.) n. d. 22i.92R26ik 

Moses; his life and times. (Men of the 

Bible.) n. d. 22i.92M9iir 

Taylor, WUliam M. 

Daniel the beloved. 1903. 221.920184! 
David, king of Israel; his life and times. 

1904. 22I.92D248t 

Elijah the prophet. 1900. 22i.92E39t 

Joseph the prime minister. 1904. 

22 I. 92 J84t 
Moses the law-giver. 1905. 22i.92M9iit 

Tomkins, Henry G. 

Life and times of Joseph in the light of 

Egyptian lore. (By-paths of Bible 

knowledge.) n. d. 22i.92j84to 

Wilberforce, Samuel. 

Heroes of Hebrew history. Ed. 2. 1870. 

22 1. 92W664 

HISTORY OF BIBLICAL. EVENTS. 

Brooke, Stopford A. 
Old Testament and modern life. 1896. 

221.95B871 o 

Church, Alfred J. 
Stories from the Bible. 2v. 1890-1891. 

221.95C559 
Geikie» Cunningham. 
Hours with the Bible. 6v. 1882-1903. 

221.95G314 

Gigot, Francis £. 
Outlines of Jewish history from Abra- 
ham to Our Lord. 1905. 221.95G4610 

Maclear, George F. 

Class-book of Old Testament history. 
1902. 221. 95M 165c 

Smith; George. 
Patriarchal age. Ed. 7. n. d. 

22 1. 95 S647P 

Smith, Henry P. 
Old Testament history. 1903. 221.95S649 

Smith, Sir William, ed. 

Old Testament history. Ed. 14. 1894. 

221.95S663 

Todd, J. C. 

Politics and religion in ancient Israel. 
1904. 221.95T634P 



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BELIGIOX. 



222. HISTORICAL BOOKS. 

HEXATEUCH. PENTATEUCH. 

Bible. Old Testament. Hexateucd. 

X)ocuments of the Hexateuch; tr. and ar- 
ranged . . . by W. E. Addis. 2v. 1893- 
1898. 222.iB58ha 

Bartlett, Samuel C. 

Veracity of the Hexateuch. 1897. 

222. 1 B 290 V 
Bissell, Edwin C. 

The Pentateuch. 1892. 222.1B623 

Briggs, Charles A. 

Higher criticism of the Hexateuch. 1893. 

222.1B853 
Carpenter, J. Estlin. 
Composition of the Hexateuch. 1902. 

222.1C295 
Colenso, John W. 

Pentateuch and book of Joshua critically 
examined. 2v. 1863. 222.1C692 

Camming, John. 

Moses right and Bishop Colenso wrong. 
1863. 222.1C971 

Dawson, Sir J. WiUiam. 

Eden lost and won. 1896. 222.iD27ie 
Heng^tenberg, Ernst W. 

Egypt and the books of Moses; from the 
German by R. D. C. Robbins. 1843. 

222.1H5.11 
Kent, Charles F. 

Messages of Israel's lawgivers. (Mes- 
sages of the Bible.) 1902. 222. iK36m 
Knenen, Abraham. 

Historico-critical inquiry into the origin 
and composition of the Hexateuch; tr. 
from the Dutch by P. H. Wicksteed. 

^^^- 222.1K94 

I-itton, Edward A. 

Mosaic dispensation considered as intro- 
ductory to Christianity. (Bampton lec- 
tures.) 1856. 222.1L782 
MacDill, D. 

Mosaic authorship of the Pentateuch de- 
fended. 1896. 222. 1 M 133m 
Strachan, James. 

Hebrew ideals from the story of the pa- 
triarchs. V. I. 1902. 222. 1S894 
Whitney, Mrs. Adeline D. T. 
The open mystery; a reading of the Mo- 
saic story. 1897. 222. 1 W6170 



GENESIS. 

Bible. Old Testament. Genesis. 

Genesis; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Modem 
reader's Bible.) 1896. 222.iiB58mo 

Bacon, Benjamin W. 

Genesis of Genesis. 1892. 222.iiBi26g 
Davis^ John D. 

Gencfsts and Semitic tradition. 1894. 

222.11D262 

Dods, Marcus. 

Book of Genesis. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. r222.iiD647 

Driver, Samuel R. 

Book of Genesis. (Westminster com- 
mentaries.) Ed. 2. 1904. 222.110/8^ 
Fiske, Amos K. 

Myths of Israel. 1897. 222.iiF539m 

Hedge, Frederic H. 
Primeval world of Hebrew tradition. 
1870. 222.11H453P 

Luther, Martin. 
Luther on the creation . . . based on H. 
Cole's translation from the original 
Latin; ed. by J. N. Lenker. 1904. 

222.11L973 
Mitchell, Hinckley G. 
The world before Abraham according to 
Genesis i-ii. 1901. 222.11M681 

Warren, William F. 

Paradise found; the cradle of the human 
race at the North Pole. 1885, 

572.4W294P 
Worcester, Elwood. 

Book of Genesis in the light of modern 
knowledge. 1901. 222.11VV921 

EXODUS. 
Bible. Old Testament. Exodus. 

Exodus; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Modern 
reader's Bible.) 1896. 222.i2Bs8mo 

Exodus; or. The second book of Moses, 
with explanatory and critical commen- 
tary; ed. by F. C, Cook. (Speaker's 
commentary.) 1874. 222.12B58C0 

Brugsch, Heinrich. 

True story of the exodus of Israel; ed. by 
F. H. Underwood. 1880. 932B98it 

Chadwick, George A. 

Book of Exodus. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. in r222.iD647 



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Robinson, Charles S. 
Pharaohs of the bondage and the exodus. 
1887. 222.12R658P 

LEVITICUS. NUMBERS. 

Gray, George B. 
Critical and exegetical commentary on 
Numbers. (International critical com- 
mentary.) 1903. 222.14G778 
Kellogg, Samuel H. 
Book of Leviticus. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. r222.i3K29 
Watson, Robert A. 
Book of Numbers. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. in r222.i3K29 

DEUTERONOMY. 

Bible. Old Testament. Deuteronomy. 
Deuteronomy; ed. by R. G. Moulton. 
(Modern reader's Bible.) 1896. 

222.i5B58mo 

Driver, Samuel R. 

Critical and exegetical commentary on 

Deuteronomy. (International critical 

commentary.) 1895. 222.15D782 

Harper, Andrew. 

Book of Deuteronomy. (Expositor's 

Bible.) 1900. r222.i5H293 

DECALOGUE. 

Boardman, George D. 

Ten commandments. 1889. 222.16B662 
Cavcmo, Charles. 

The ten words; a study of the ten com- 
mandments. 1899. 222.l6C38lt 

JOSHUA. 

Bible. Old Testament. Joshua. 
Book of Joshua; with notes and introd. by 
G. F. Maclear. (Cambridge Bible.) 

1899. 222.2B58ra 
Blaikie. William G. 

Book of Joshua. (Expositor's Bible.) 

1900. in r222.isH293 

JUDGES. 

Bible. Old Testament. Judges. 
Book of Judges; with notes and introd. 
by J. J. Lias. (Cambridge Bible.) 1902. 

222.3B58I 

Judges; ed by R. G. Moulton. (Modern 

reader's Bible.) 1897. 222.3B58mo 



Charles, Mrs. Elizabeth R. 

Old story of Bethlehem. [Ruth.] n. d. 

222 . 3C475 
Dods, Marcus. 

Israel's iron age. Ed. 8. 1896. 222.3D647 
Moore, George F. 
Critical and exegetical commentary on 
Judges. (International critical com- 
mentary.) 1895. 222.3M821 
Watson, Robert A. 
Judges and Ruth. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1 900. r 222 . 3 W342 j 

SAMUEL. 

Bible. Old Testament. Samuel. 

First and second books of Samuel; with 
notes and introd. by A. F. Kirkpatrick. 
(Cambridge Bible.) 2v. 1893. 

222. 4B 58k 

Blaikie, William G. 

First and second books of Samuel. (Ex- 
positor's Bible.) 2v. in i. 1900. 

r222.4B634f 

Smith, Henry P. 
Critical and exegetical commentary on 
the books of Samuel. (International 
critical commentary.) 1902. 222.4S649 

KINGS. 

Bible. Old Testament. Kings. 
First and second books of the Kings; with 
introd. and notes by J. R. Lumby. 
(Cambridge Bible.) 2v. 1897. 

222.5BS8I 
Kings; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Modern 
reader's Bible.) 1897. 222.5B58mo 

Farrar, Frederic W. 

First and second books of Kings. (Ex- 
positor's Bible.) 1900. r222.5F242 

CHRONICLES. 

Bible. Old Testament. Chronicles. 

Books of Chronicles; with notes and 
introd. by W. E. Barnes. (Cambridge 
Bible.) 1899. 222.6B58b 

Chronicles; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Mod- 
ern reader's Bible.) 1897. 222.6B58mo 
Bennett, William H. 
Books of Chronicles. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. in r222.3W342J 



58 



RELIGION. 



EZRA. NEHEMIAH. ESTHER. 

Bible. Old Testament. Ezra. 

Books of Ezra and Nehemiah; with 

introd., notes, etc., by H. E. Ryle. 

(Cambridge Bible.) 1901. 222.7B58ry 

Adeney, Walter F. 

Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther. (Expositor's 

Bible.) 1900. r222.7'A232 

223. POBTIOAL BOOKS. 

Bible. Old Testament. Poetical Books. 
New translation of Job, Ecclesiastes and 
the Canticles; with introd. and notes by 
G. R. Noyes. Ed. 4. 1868. 223Bs8no 
New translation of the book of Psalms 
and of Proverbs; with introd. and notes 
by G. R. Noyes. Ed. 4. 1868. 

223B58nop 
Chesme, Thomas K. 
Job and Solomon. 1893. 223C531J 

JOB. 

Bible. Old Testament. Job. 

Book of Job; ed. by R. G. Moulton. 
(Modern reader's Bible.) 1896. 

223.iB58mo 

Book of Job; with notes, introd- ... by 

A. B. Davidson. (Cambridge Bible.) 

1899. 223.iB58d 

Epic of the inner life; the book of Job tr. 

. . . with notes and introd. study by 

J. F. Genung. 1891. 223.iB58ge 

Watson, Robert A. 

Book of Job. (Expositor's Bible.) 1900. 

in r222.7A232 

PSALMS. 

Bible. Old Testament. Psalms. 

Book of Psalms; with introd. and notes 
by A. F. Kirkpatrick. (Cambridge 
Bible.) 3v. 1895. 223.2B58k 

Alexander, William. 
Witness of the Psalms to Christ and 
Christianity. 1877, 223.2A379 

Barton, William E. 
The Psalms and their story. 2v. 1898. 

223.2B293P 



Bay psalm book; being a facsimile reprint 
of the first ed. . . . 1640. 1905. 

223. 2B356 

Benson, Richard M. 

War songs of the Prince of Peace; devo- 
tional commentary on the Psalter. 2v. 
1901. 223.2B474W 

Chesme, Thomas K. 
Origin and religious contents of the Psal- 
ter. (Bampton lectures.) 1891. 

223.2Cs3r 
Same. r223.2C53i 

Clokey, Joseph W. 

David's harp in song and story. 1896. 

223.2C643d 

Ewald, Georg H. A. von. 

Commentary on the Psalms [and Lamen- 
tations]; tr. by E. Johnson. 2v. 1880- 
1881. 223.2E94C 

Glass, Henry A. 

Story of the Psalters. 1888. 223.2G549 
Henry, Matthew. 
Exposition of the book of Psalms. 1866. 

223.2H52J 

Luther, Martin. 

Luther's commentary on the first twenty- 
two psalms; based on H. Cole's transla- 
tion from the original Latin; ed. by J. 
N. Lenker. 1903. 223.2L975 

Macduff, John R. 

Hart and the water-brooks; practical ex- 
position of the forty-second psalm. 
i860. 223.2Mi35> 

McFadyen, John E. 
Messages of the psalmists. (Messages of 
the Bible.) 1904. 223. 2M 14210 

Maclaren, Alexander. 
Psalms. (Expositor's Bible.) 3v. in 2. 
1900. r223.2Mi62p- 

Murray, Thomas C. 
Lectures on the origin and growth of the 
Psalms. 1880. 223.2M9&r 

Neale, John M., and Littledale, Richard F. 
Psalm of the saints; a gloss upon psalnt 
119, extracted from Neale and Little- 
dale's commentary on the Psalms. 
1883. 223.2N346P 

Newbolt, William C. E. 
Penitence and peace; addresses on the 
fifty-first and twenty-third psalms. Ed. 
5. 1901. 223.2N534P 



RELIGION. 



59 



othero, Rowland E. 

The Psalms in human life. 1903- 

223.2P967 

vonarola, Girolamo M. F. M. 

Exposition of the psalm Miserere mei 
Deus; tr. from the Latin by F. C. Cow- 
per. 1899. 223.4S268 

in Dyke, Henry J. 

Poetry of the Psalms. 1900. 223. 2V248P 

Story of the Psalms. 1888. 223.2V248S 

PROVERBS. 

We. Old Testament. Proverbs. 

Proverbs; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Mod- 
ern reader's Bible.) 1896. 223.7Bs8mo 

Proverbs; with introd. and notes by T. T. 
Perowne. (Cambridge Bible.) 1899. 

223.7B58P 

nway, Moncure D. 

Solomon and Solomonic literature. 1899. 

223.7C768S 

>rton» Robert F. 

Book of Proverbs. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. in r223 . 2M i62p v . 2 

snt, Charles F. 

Wise men of Israel and their proverbs. 
Ed. 2. 1899. 223.7K36W 

)y, Crawford H. 

Critical and exegetical commentary on 
the book of Proverbs. (International 
critical commentary.) 1899. 223.7T755 

ECCLESIASTES. 

ible. Old Testament. Ecclesiastes. 

Ecclcsiastes; with notes and introd. by E. 
H. Plumptre. (Cambridge Bible.) 
1895. 223.8Bs8p 

Ecclcsiastes, and the Wisdom of Solo- 
mon; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Modern 
reader's Bible.) 1897. 223.8B58mo 

bdlcy, George G. 

Lectures on Ecclesiastes. 1898. 

223.8B811I 

''OX, Samuel. 

Book of Ecclesiastes. (Expositor's 
Bible.) 1900. r223. 80^79 

enung, John F. 

Words of Koheleth. 1904. 223.8G34IW 
man, Ernest. 
Cohelet; or, The preacher, n. d. 

223.8R393 



SONG OF SOLOMON. 

Bible. Old Testament. Song of Solomon. 
Biblical idyls; ed. by R. G. Moulton. 
(Modern reader's Bible.) 1896. 

223.9B58mo 

Song of Solomon; with introd. and notes 

by A. Harper. (Cambridge Bible.) 

1902. 223.9B58h 

Song of songs; with illus. by Sir Edward 

Burne- Jones. 1902. q223.9Bs8bu 

Adeney, Walter F. 

Song of Solomon, and Lamentations of 
Jeremiah. (Expositor's Bible.) 1900. 

in r223.8C:879 
Griffis, William E. 
Lily among thorns; study of the . . . 
Song of songs. 1890. 223.9C7852 

Renan, Ernest. 

Song of songs; tr. from the Hebrew, 
with a study ... of the poem; 
done into English by W. M. Thomson, 
n. d. 223.9R393S 

224. PROPHETICAL BOOKS. 

Bible. Old Testament. Prophetical books. 

Daniel and the minor prophets; ed. by R. 

G. Moulton. (Modern reader's Bible.) 

1897. 224B58mo 

New translation of the Hebrew prophets; 

with introd. and notes by G. R. Noyes. 

Ed. 4. 2v. 1868. 224Bs8no 

ComiU, Carl H. 

Prophets of Israel; tr. by S. F. Corkran. 

Ed. 3. 1897. 224C817 

Ewald, Georg H. A. von. 

Commentary on the prophets of the Old 
Testament; tr. by J. F. Smith, v. x-4. 
1875-1880. % 224E94C 

Jordan, Wc M. George. 

Prophetic ideas and ideals. 1902. 

224J84P 

Kirkpatrick, Alexander F. 

Doctrine of the later prophets. Ed. 3. 
1901. 224K6id 

Kuenen, Abraham. 
Prophets and prophecy in Israel; tr. from 
the Dutch by A. Milroy. 1877. 

224K94P 



60 



RELIGION. 



Sanders, Frank K., and Kent, Charles F. 

Messages of the earlier prophets. (Mes- 
sages of the Bible.) Ed. 3. 1899. 

224821501 
Messages of the later prophets. (Mes- 
sages of the Bible.) 1899. 224M2iSml 
Smith, George A. 
Book of the twelve prophets, commonly 
called the minor. (Expositor's Bible.) 
2v. in I. 1900. r224S648 

Smith, W. Robertson. 

Prophets of Israel and their place in his- 
tory to the close of the eighth century 
B. C. .1882. 224S665 

Willett, Herbert L. 

Prophets of Israel. [1899] 224W713 

ISAIAH. 

Bible. Old Testament. Isaiah. 

Book of the prophet Isaiah; with introd. 
and notes by J. Skinner. (Cambridge 
Bible.) 2v. 1899. 224.iB58sk 

Isaiah; ed. by R .G. Moulton. (Modern 
reader's Bible.) 1897. 224.iB58mo 

Isaiah of Jerusalem in the authorized 
English version; with introd., correc- 
tions and notes by M. Arnold. 1883. 

224.iB58ar 
Delitzsch, Franz. 

Biblical commentary on the prophecies of 
Isaiah; tr. by J. Denney. 2v. n. d. 

224.1D355 
Mitchell, Hinckley G. 

Isaiah; a study of chapters 1-12. 1897. 

224.iM68ii 
Robinson, Charles S. 

Gospel in Isaiah. 1895. 224.iR658g 

Sayce, Archibald H. 

Life and times of Isaiah as illustrated by 

contemporary monuments. (By-paths 

of Bible knowledge.) 1890. 224.1S274 

Smith, George A. 

Book of Isaiah. (Expositor's Bible.) 2v. 

in I. 1900. r224.iS648 

JEREMIAH. LAMENTATIONS. 

Bible. Old Testament. Jeremiah. 

Book of the prophet Jeremiah, together 
with the Lamentations; with notes and 
introd. by A. W. Streane. (Cambridge 
Bible.) 1892. 224.2B58st 



Jeremiah; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Mod- 
ern reader's Bible.) 1897. 

224.2Bs8mo 

Adcncy, Walter F. 

Song of Solomon, and Lamentations of 
Jeremiah. (Expositor's Bible.) 1900. 

in r223.8C879 

Ball, Charles J. 

Prophecies of Jeremiah. (Expositor's 
Bible.) . 1900. r224.2Bi86p 

Bennett, William H. 

Book of Jeremiah, chapters 21-22. (Ex- 
positor's Bible.) 1900. in r224.2Bi86p 
Ramsay, Alexander. 

Studies in Jeremiah. 1905. 224.2R177S 

EZEKIEL. 

Bible. Old Testament. Ezekiel. 

Book of the prophet Ezekiel; with notes 
and introd. by A. B. Davidson. (Cam- 
bridge Bible.) 1896. 224.4B58d 
Ezekiel; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Modern 
reader's Bible.) 1897. 224.4B58mo 
Skinner, John. 
Book of Ezekiel. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. r224.4S629 

DANIEL. 

Bible. Old Testament. Daniel. 

Book of Daniel; with introd. and notes by 
S. R. Driver. (Cambridge Bible.) 1901. 

224,5B58dr 

Farrar, Frederic W. 

Book of Daniel. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. in r224.4S629 

Pusey; Edward B. 

Daniel the prophet. 1891. 224.5P987d 

Seiss, Joseph A. 

Voices from Babylon; or, Records of 
Daniel the prophet. 1901. 224.5S462V 

Smith, Uriah. 
Thoughts, critical and practical, on the 
book of Daniel. Ed. 2. r88i. 

224.5S662 

MINOR PROPHETS. 

Bible. Old Testament. Hosea. 

Hosea; with notes and introd. by T. K. 
Cheyne. (Cambridge Bible.) 1892. 

224.6B58C 



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61 



Bible. Old Testament. Joel. 
Books of Joel and Amos; with introd. and 
notes by S. R. Driver. (Cambridge 
Bible.) 1897. 224.7B58dr 

Bible. Old Testament. Obadiah. 
Obadiah and Jonah; with notes and 
introd. by T. T. Perowne. (Cambridge 
Bible. 1894.) 224.91B58P 

Bible. Old Testament. Micah. 
Micah; with notes and introd. by T. K. 
Chcyne. (Cambridge Bible.) 1895. 

224.93B58C 
Bible. Old Testament. Nahum. 
Books of Nahum, Habakkuk and Zepha- 
niah. (Cambridge Bible.) 1896.* 

224.94B58d 
Bible. Old Testament. Haggai. 
Haggai and Zechariah; with notes and 
introd. by T. T. Perowne. (Cambridge 
Bible.) 1902. 224.97B58P 

Harper, WUUam R. 
Critical and exegetical commentary on 
Amos and Hosea. (International criti- 
cal commentary.) 1905. 224.8H295C 
Mitchell, Hinckley G. 
Amos; an essay in exegesis. 1900. 

224.8M681 
Wright, Charles H. H. 
Zechariah and his prophecies considered 
in relation to modern criticism. (Bamp- 
ton lectures.) Ed. 2. 1879. 

224.98W948 

225. NEW TESTAMENT. 

GENERAL WORKS. 

Bacon, Benjamin W. 
Introduction to the New Testament. 
1902. 225Bi26i 

Bcyschlag, WiUibald. 
New Testament theology; tr. by N. 
Buchanan. 2v. 1895. 22SBs74n 

Bramston, Mary. 
Sunrise of revelation; New Testament 
teaching for secondary schools. 1901. 

22sB8iss 

I>ods, Marcus. 

Introduction to the New Testament. Ed. 

10. 1904. 225D647i 

Parrar, Frederic W. 

Messages of the books. 1892. 225F242m 



Godct, Fr6d6ric. 

Introduction to the New Testament; tr. 
from the French by W. Affleck. 2v. 
1899. 225G582i 

JiiUcher, Adolf. 

Introduction to the New Testament; tr. 
by J. P. Ward. 1904. 225J95 

Mitchell^ Edward Gushing. 
Critical handbook of the Greek New Tes- 
tament. 1896. 225M679 
Moffatt, James. 
Historical New Testament. Ed. 2. 1901. 

225M69Sh 
Reuss, Eduard W. E. 

History of the sacced scriptures of the 
New Testament; tr. from the German 
by E. h. Houghton. 2v. 1884. 

225R446 
Stowe, Calvcn E. 
Origin and history of the books of the 
Bible; the New Testament. 1868. 

2258891 

Vincent, Marvin R. 

Word studies in the New Testament. 4v. 

1887-1900. r22sV773w 

WUlett, Herbert L., and Campbdl, James M. 

Teachings of the books. Ed. 2. 1901. 

22sW7i3t 

225 . 1. CANON. INSPIRATION. 

Bernard, Thomas D. 

Progress of doctrine in the New Testa- 
ment. (Bampton lectures.) 1864. 

225.1B522P 
Bowman, Shadrach L. 

Historical evidence of the New Testa- 
ment. 1903. 225 . 1 B787h 
Frotl^lngham, Octavius B. 

Cradle of the Christ; a study in primitive 
Christianity. 1877. 225.1F94IC 

Moore, Edward C. 

New Testament in the Christian church. 

1904. ^ 225.iM8i9n 

Nash, Henry S. 

History of the higher criticism of the 

New Testament. 1900. 225.1N251 

Upham, Francis W. 

The wise men. 1873. 225.1U68W 



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Westcott, Brooke F. 

General survey of the history of the canon 

» 

of the New Testament. Ed. 7. 1896. 

225.lW524g 

225.3. DICTIONARIES. 

Thayer, Joseph H. 

Greek-English lexicon of the New Testa- 
ment; Grimm's Wilkie's Clavis Novi 
Testamenti tr., rev. and enlarged. 1889. 

r225.3T37ig 

225.4. ORIGINAL TEXTS. 

Bible. New Testament. 
Greek Testament;' with a critically rev. 
text, a digest of various readings . . . 
and a critical and exegetical commen- 
tary by H. Alford. Ed. 7. 4v. 1871. 

225.48B58a 

225.5. VERSIONS. 

POLYGLOTS. 

Bible. New Testament. 

English hexapla; exhibiting the six im- 
portant English translations of the New 
Testament scriptures, the original 
Greek text after Scholz. 1841. 

qr225.5B58en 

ENGLISH. 

Bible. New Testament. 

Gospel, Epistles and Revelation of St. 
John; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Modern 
reader's Bible.) 1903. . 225.52B58mog 

Modern American Bible; with notes and 
introd. by F. S. Ballentine. 5v. n. d. 

225.52B58b 

New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ; tr. from the original 
Greek. 1884. 225.52B58 

New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour 
Jesus Christ; tr. from the original 
Greek. (Comparative ed.) 1882. 

r225.52B58me 
New Testament; tr. from the Greek text 
of Tischendorf by G. R. Noyes. 1870. 

225.52B58n 

Records and letters of the apostolic age; 

the New Testament, Acts, Epistles and 

Revelation, in the version of 1881, ar- 



ranged for historical study by E. D. 
Burton. 1895. 225.52B58bu 

St. Luke and St. Paul; ed. by R. G. Moul- 
ton. (Modern reader's Bible.) 2v. 

• 1904. 225.52Bs8mos 

St. Mcitthew and St Mark and the general 
epistles; ed. by R. G. Moulton. (Mod- 
ern reader's Bible.) 1904, 

225 . 52B58mosa 

Syriac New Testament; tr. into English 
from the Peshitto version by J. Mur- 
dock. Ed. 7. 1896. r225.52B58sy 

Twentieth century New Testament; trans- 
lation into modern English made from 
the original Greek, Westcott and Hort's 
text. 3v. 1900-1901. 225.52B58t 

LITERAjRY HISTORY. 

Lightfoot, Joseph B. 
On a fresh revision of the New Testa- 
ment. 1891. 225.52L724 
Trench, Richard C. 

On the authorized version of the New 
Testament in connection with some re- 
cent proposals for its reversion. 1858. 

225.52T793 

225.6. HERMENEUTICS. 

Potwin, Lemuel S. 
Here and there in the Greek New Testa- 
ment. 1898. 225.6P871 
Sanday, William, and others. 

Criticism and the New Testament. 1902, 

225.6S213C 
Scrivener, Frederick H. A. 
Plain introduction to the criticism of the 
New Testament. Ed. 4. 2v. 1894. 

225.6S433 
Vincent, Marvin R. 

History of the textual criticism of the 

New Testament. 1899. 22S.6V773 

225.7. COMMENTARIES. 

Alford, Henry. 

How to study the New Testament. 3v. 
1871-1873. 225.7A389h 

225.8. SPECIAL TOPICS. 

Adeney, Walter F. 

Theology of the New Testament. Ed. 2. 
1895. 225.82A232 



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63 



Cilbert, George H. 

First interpreters of Jesus. 1901. 

225.82G465f 

Ckrald, Ezra P. 

Biblical theology of the New Testament. 
1901. 225.82G696 

Soden. Hermann von. 

History of early Christian literature; tr. 
by J. R. Wilkinson; ed. by W. D. Mor- 
rison. 1906. 225.88S68oh 
Stevens, George B. 

Theology of the New Testament. 1899. 

22S.82S844t 

225.9. HISTORY. 

GEOGRAPHY. BIOGRAPHY. 

Abbott, Lyman. 

Life and letters of Paul the apostle. 1898. 

225.92P323a 

Sacon, Benjamin W. 

Story of St. Paul. 1904. 225.92P323b 

Barnes, Arthur S. 

St. Peter in Rome and his tomb on the 
Vatican hill. Ed. 2. 1903. 22S.g2?A77^ 

Baur, Ferdinand. 

Paul the apostle of Jesus Christ, his life 
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Ed. 2. 1875-1876. 22S.92P323ba 

Charles, Mrs. Elizabeth R. 

Mary the handmaid of the Lord. 1865. 

225. 92M 389c 

Chittenden, Ezra P. 

Life and example of Saint Andrew. 1896. 

225.92A561C 

Cone, Orello. 
Paul; the man, the missionary and the 
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Conybeare, William J., and Howson, John S. 

Life and epistles of St. Paul. 2v. i860. 

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Ptrrar, Frederic W. 
Life and work of St. Paul. 1902. 

225.92P323f 

Ponird, Constant. 

Last years of Saint Paul; tr. by G. F. X. 

Griffith. 1901. 225.92P323fo 

Saint Paul and his missions; tr. by G. F. 

X. Griffith. 1894. 22S.92P323fos 



Gilbert, George H. 

Student's life of Paul 1899. 

225.92P323gi 

Goodwin, Frank J. 

Harmony of the life of St. Paul, according 
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line epistles. 1895. 225.92P323go 
Greenwood, Francis W. P. 
Lives of the twelve apostles, [and] a life 
of John the Baptist. 1868. 225.92G816I 
Iverach, James. 
St. Paul; his life and times. (Men of the 
Bible.) n. d. 225.92P323iv 
Knox, Charles E. ' 

A year with St. Paul. 1863. 

225.92p323l^n 

Macdonald, James M. 

Life and writings of St. John; ed. by J. S. 
Howson. 1877. 225.92j65m 

Macduff, John R. 
Footsteps of St. Paul 1859. 

225.92P323m 
Footsteps of St. Peter. 1877. 

225.92P477m 
Matheson, George. 
Spiritual development of St. Paul. n. d. 

225.92P323ma 
Meyer, Frederick B. 
Paul, a servant of Jesus Christ. 1897. 

225.92P323me 

Ramsay, William M. 

St. Paul the traveller and the Roman citi- 
zen. 1896. 225.92p323ra 
Renan, Ernest. 
Saint Paul; from the French by I. Lock- 
wood. 1885. 225.92P323re 
Stalker, James. 

Life of St. Paul. n. d. 22S.92P323st 

The two St. Johns of the New Testament. 

1895. 225.92j6sst 

Taylor, WUliam M. 

Paul the missionary. 1902. 225.92P323t 

Peter the apostle. 1900. 22$.g2V^7yt 

Wright, William B. 

Cities of Paul 1905. 22S.91W954C 

HISTORY OP BIBUCALi EVENTS. 

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Geikie, Cunningham, 

New Testament hours. 4v. 1902. 

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Gigot, Francis E. 
Outlines of New Testament history. 
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Hausrath, Adolf. 

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22S.95H376hi 
Maclear, George F. 

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Mathews, Shailer. 
History of New Testament times in Pal- 
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Smith, Sir William, ed. 
New Testament history. 1881. 

225.95S663 

226. GOSPEI^. 

Bible. New Testament. Gospels. Selec- 
tions. 
Life of Christ; a continuous narrative in 
the words of the authorised version of 
the four gospels; with introd. and notes . 
by J. J. Scott. 1905. 226B58SC 

The Thomas JeflFerson Bible, being, as en- 
titled by him, "The life and morals of 
Jesus of Nazareth, extracted textually 
from the gospels of Matthew, Mark, 
Luke and John." 1904. r226Bs8je 

[The Thomas JeflFerson Bible.] 
"The life and morals of Jesus of Nazareth 
extracted textually from the gospel in 
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Abbott, Edwin A. 

From letter to spirit. 1903. 226Ai32f 

Blass, Friedrich. 

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Cary, George L. 

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Cone, Orello. 
The gospel and its earliest interpretations. 
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Gospel-criticism and historical Christian- 
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Falconer, Thomas. 
Certain principles in Evanson's Disso- 
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226F183 

Gloag, Patch J. 

Introduction to the synoptic gospels. 

1895. 226G562i 

Hadl, Thomas C. 

Messages of Jesus according to the synop- 

tists. (Messages of the Bible.) 1901. 

226Hi79m 
Hawkins, Sir John C. 

Horae synopticae; contributions to the 
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226H393h 
Hurlbut, Jesse L. 

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226 H 964s 
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Robinson, J. Armitage. 

Study of the gospels. 1903. 226R662S 
Stanton, Vincent H. 
Gospels as historical documents, v. i. 
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Upham, Francis W. 

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226U68t 
Westcott, Brooke F. 

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Wieseler, Karl. 
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226W649 

HARMONIES. 

Broadus, John A. 

Harmony of the gospels in the revised 
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Greenleaf, Simon. 

Testimony of the evangelists examined by 
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Hill, Daniel H. 

Crucifixion of Christ. 1859. 226.1H644 
Robinson, Edward. 

Harmony of the four gospels in English, 

according to the common version, with 

notes. Ed. 9. i860. 226.1R661 

Stevens, William A., and Burton, Ernest D. 

Harmony of the gospels for historical 

study. 1902. 226 . 1S846 

Tatianus. 

Earliest life of Christ ever compiled from 
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226.iT2i9hi 

MATTHEW. 

Bible. New Testament. Matthew. 

Gospel according to St. Matthew; ed. 
with notes and introd. by A. Carr. 
(Cambridge Bible.) 1898. 226.2B58C 
Abbott, Lyman. 
Illustrated commentary on the gospel ac- 
cording to Matthew. 1875. 

r226.2Ai33i 
Bacon, Benjamin W. 

Sermon on the mount. 1902. 226. 2B 128s 
Bossuet, Jacques B. 
Sermon on the mount; tr. by F. M. Capes. 
1900. 226.2B746S 

Gibson, John M. 
Gospel of St. Matthew. (Expositor's 
Bible.) 1900. r226.2G450g 

Gore, Charles. ' 

Sermon on the mount. 1905. 226.2G667S 
Hill, Daniel H. 
Consideration of the Sermon on the 
mount. 1859. 226.2H644 

Morison, John H. 
Disquisitions and notes on the gospels; 
Matthew. Ed. 3. 1872. 226.2M859 

Upham, Francis W. 
Saint Matthew's witness to words and 
works of Our Lord. 1891. 226.2U68S 

MARK. 

Bible. New Testament. Mark 
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and introd. by G. F. Maclear. (Cam- 
bridge Bible.) 1897. 226.3B58m 

Abbott, Lyman. 

Illustrated commentary on the gospels 
according to Mark and Luke. 1887. 

r226.3Ai33i 

Chadwick, George A. 
Gospel according to St. Mark. (Expos- 
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Gould, Ezra Pv 

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Critical and exegetical commentary on 
the gospel according to St. Mark. (In- 
ternational critical commentary.) Ed. 
4. 1901. 226.3G696 

LUKE. 

Bible. New Testament. Luke. 

Gospel according to St'. Luke; with notes 
and introd. by F. W. Farrar. (Cam- 
bridge Bible.) 1899. 226.4B58f 
Abbott, Lyman. 

Illustrated commentary on the gospels 
according to Mark and Luke. 1887. 

r 226. 3 A 1331 
Burton, Henry. 
Gospel according to St. Luke. "(Expos- 
itor's Bible.) 1900. in r226.3C43lg 
Maurice, Frederick D. 

Gospel of the kingdom of heaven. 1888. 

226.4M454 

Plummer, Alfred. 

Critical and exegetical commentary on 
the gospel according to St. Luke. (In- 
ternational critical commentary.) 1896. 

226.4P734 

Ramsay, W.lliam M. 
Was Christ born at Bethelehem? a study 
on the credibility of St. Luke. 1898. 

226.4R181W 

JOHN. 

fiible. New Testament. John. 

Gospel according to St. John; with notes 
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bridge Bible.) 1896. 226.SB58P 
Abbott, Lyman. 

Illustrated commentary on the gospel ac- 
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Clarke, James F. 
The fourth gospel. 1897. 226.5C598f 



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Dods, Marcus. 

Gospel of St. John. (Expositor's Bible.) 
2v. in I. 1900. r226.5D647g 

Drummond, James. 

Inquiry into the character and authorship 
of the fourth gospel. 1904. 226.5D79S 

Godet, Frcd6ric. 

' Commentary on the gospel of St. John; 
tr. by M. D. Cusin and S. Taylor. Ed. 
3. 3v. . 1895- 1896. 226.5G582 

Gregg, David. 

Gospel of Christ's deity. 1891. 

226.sG8i9g 

Maurice, Frederick D. 

Gospel of St. John. 1888. 226.5M454 

Peloubet, Francis N. 

Suggestive illustrations of the gospel of 
John. 1901. 226.5P392 

Sanday, Will*am. 

Criticism of the fourth gospel. 1905. 

226.5S213C 

Sears, Edmund H. 

The fourth gospel the heart of Christ. 
Ed. 2. 1872. 226.5S439 

Stevens, George B. 

Johannine theology. 1900. 226.58844] 

Watkins, Henry W. 

Modern criticism considered in its rela- 
tion to the fourth gospel. (Bampton 
lectures.) 1890. 226.5W335 

ACTS. 

Bible. New Testament. Acts of the 

apostles. 

Acts of the apostles; with notes and 

introd. by J. R. Lumby. (Ca'mbridge 

Bible.) 1902. 226. 6B58IU 

Abbott, Lyman. 

Illustrated commentary on the Acts of the 
ap9stles. i876. r226.6Ai33i 

Chase, Frederic H. 

Credibility of the book of the Acts of the 
apostles. (Hulsean lectures.) 1902. 

226.6C486C 

Hackett, Horatio B. 

Commentary on the Acts of the apostles; 
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Luckock, Herbert M. 

Footprints of the apostles. 2v. 1897. 

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Rackham, Richard B. 
Acts of the apostles. 1901. 226.6R122 

Stifler, James M. 

Introduction to the study of the Acts of 
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Stokes, George T. 

Acts of the apostles. (Expositor's 
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MIRACLES. 

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lectures.) 1886. 226.7B886 

MacDonald, George. 

Miracles of Our Lord. 1871. 226.7M13S 

Taylor, WUliam M. 

Miracles of Our Saviour expounded and 
illustrated. Ed. 5. 1903. 226.7T248m 
Trench, Richard C. 

Notes on the miracles of Our Lord. Ed. 
15. 1899. 226.7T793 

Whiten, James M. 
Miracles and supernatural religion. 1903. 

226.7W623 

PARABLES. 

Bruce, Alexander B. 

Parabolic teaching of Christ. Ed. 3. 
1898. 226.8B886P 

Dods, Marcus. 
Parables of Our Lord. 2v. 1900. 

226.8D647 

Mitchell, Edward Craig. 

Parables of the New Testament spirit- 
ually unfolded. 1888. 226.8M681P 

Taylor, William M. 

Parables of Our Lord expounded and il- 
lustrated. Ed. 13. 1904. 226.8T248P 

Thomson, William H. 
Parables and their home; the parables by 
the lake. 1895. 226.8T486P 

Trench, Richard C. 

Notes on the parables of Our Lord. Ed. 
14. 1886. 226.8T793 



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LORD'S PRAYER, 

Sible. New Testament, Lord's prayer. 
The Lord's prayer in the principal lan- 
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Gladden, Washington. 

The Lord's prayer. 1899. 226.9G542I 

Hall, Newman. 

The Lord's prayer. Ed. 2. 1889. 

226.9H178 

227. EPISTLES. 

Bible. New Testament. Epistles. 

Gospel of Paul the apostle; being an at- 
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principal writings of St. Paul and . . . 
Luke, the beloved physician, by R. 
Sadler. 1892. 227B58S 

Cone, Orello. 

l::,pistles to the Hebrews, Colossians, 

Ephesians and Philemon, the pastoral 

epistles, the epistles of James, Peter 

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Dmmmond, James. 

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mans and Philippians. 1899. 227D795 
Micott, Charles J. 
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Colossians and Philemon (Greek and 
English text); with commen- 

tary. Ed. 5. 1888. 227E46S 

Irons, WUliam J. 
Christianity as taught by St. Paul. 
(Bampton lectures.) Ed. 2. 1876. 

227I71 

Knowling, R'chard J. 

Testimony of St. Paul to Christ viewed 

in some of its aspects. 1905. 227K73t 

Light! oot^ Joseph B. 

Biblical essays. 1893. 227L724 

Dissertations on the apostolic age. 1892. 

227L724d 
Notes on epistles of St. Paul. 1895. 

227L724n 
Kickaby, Joseph. 
Notes on St. Paul; Corinthians, Galatians, 
Romans. Ed. 2. '1905. 227R538n 



Sabatier, Auguste. 

The apostle Paul; a sketch of the devel- 
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Hellier; ed. . . , by G. G. Find- 
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Shaw, R. D. 

Pauline epistles. 1903, 227S536 

Stevens, George B. 

Messages of Paul. (Messages of the 
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Messages of the apostles. (Messages of 
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Pauline theology. 1897. 227S844P 

ROMANS. 

Bible. New Testament. Romans. 

Epistle of Paul the apostle to the Ro- 
mans; with introd. and notes by H. C. 
G. Moule. (Cambridge Bible.) 1899. 

227.iB58m 

Abbott, Ljrman. 

Epistle of Paul the apostle to the Ro- 
mans. 1888. r227.iAi33i 
Gore, Charles. 
St. Paul's epistle to the Romans. 2v. 
1899. 227.1G667 
Hort, Fenton J. A. 
Prolegomena to St. Paul's epistles to the 
Romans and the Ephesians. 1895. 

227.1H821P 
Moule, Handley C. G. 

Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans. (Ex- 
positor's Bible.) 1900. T227.iMg2S 
Sanday, William, and Headlam, Arthur C. 
Critical and exegetical commentary on 
the epistle to the Romans. (Interna- 
tional critical commentary.) 1895. 

227. 1 S2 13 

CORINTHIANS. 

Bible. New Testament, i Corinthians. 
First epistle to the Corinthians; with 
notes and introd. by J. J. Lias. (Cam- 
bidge Bible.) 1899. 227.2B58I 

Bible. New Testament. 2 Corinthians. 
Second epistle to the Corinthians; with 
notes and introd. by J. J. Lias. (Cam- 
bridge Bible.) 1897. 227.3B58I 
Denney, James. 

Second epistle to the Corinthians. (Ex- 
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Dods, Marcus. 

First epistle to the Corinthians. (Expos- 
itor's Bible.) 1900. in r227.iM925 
Robertson, Frederick W. 

Sermons on St. Paurs epistles to the 
Corinthians. 1866. 227.2R651 

GALATIANS. 

Bible. New Testament. Galatians. 

Epistle to the Galatians; ed. with introd. 
and notes by E. H. Perowne. (Cam- 
bridge Bible.) 1900. 227.4B58P 
Denney, Jamesi. 
Epistle to the Galatians. (Expositor's 
Bible.) i{KX). in r227.3D399s 
Ellicott, Charles J. 
St. Paul's epistle to the Galatians (Greek 
text)'; with . . commentary and 
a rev. tr. Ed. 5. 1889. 227.4E46S 
Lightfoot, Joseph B. 
Saint Paul's epistle to the Galatians; a rev. 
text, with introd., notes and disserta- 
tions. 1905. 227.4 L724S 

EPHESIANS. PHILIPPIANS. COLOS- 

SIANS. 

Bible. New Testament. Ephesians. 

Epistle to the Ephesians; with introd. and 
notes by H. C. G. Moule. (Cambridge 
Bible.) 1899. 227.sB58ra 

Bible. New Testament. Philippians. 

Epistle to the Philippians; with introd. 
and notes by H. C. G. Moule. (Cam- 
bridge Bible.) 1895. 227.6B58m 
Bible. New Testament. Colossians. 

Epistles to the Colossians and to Phile- 
mon; with introd. and notes by H. C. 
G. Moule. (Cambridge Bible.) 1898. 

227.7B58m 
Abbott, Thomas K. 

Critical and exegetical commentary on 
the epistles to the Ephesians and the 
Colossians. (International critical com- 
mentary.) 1897. 227. 5A134 
Findlay, George G. 
Epistle to the Ephesians. (Expositor's 
BiBle.) 1900. r227.5F497 
Gore,. Charles. 

St. Paul's epistle to the Ephesians. 1902. 

227.SGC67S 



Hart, Fenton J. A. 

Prolegomena to St. Paul's epistles to the 
Romans and the Ephesians. 1895. 

227. 1 H821P 

Lightfoot, Joseph B. 

Saint Paul's epistle to the Philippians; a 
rev. text, with in,trod., notes and disser- 
tations. 1903. 227.6L7243 

Saint Paul's epistles to the Colossians and 
to Philemon; a rev. text, with introd., 
notes and dissertations. 1904. 

227.7L724S 

Maclaren, Alexander. 

Epistles of St. Paul to the Colossians and 
Philemon. (Expositor's Bible.) 1900. 

r227.7Mi62 

Rainy, Robert. 

Epistle to the Philippians. (Expositor's 
Bible.) 1900. in r227.5F497 

Vincent, Marvin R. 

Critical and exegetical commentary on 
the epistles to the Philippians and to 
Philemon. (International critical com- 
mentary.) 1897. 227.6V773 

THESSAIX)NIANS. 

Bible. New Testament. Thessalonians. 
Epistles to the Thessalonians; with introd. 
and notes by George G. Ffhdlay. 
(Cambridge Bible.) 1891. 227. 81 BsSf 
Denney, James. 
Epistles to the Thessalonians. (Expos- 
itor's Bible.) 1900. in r227.7Mi62 
EUicott, Charles J. 

St. Paul's epistles to the Thessalonians 
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tary and a rev. tr. Ed. 4. 1880. 

227. 8 1 E46S 

TIMOTHY. TITUS. PHILEMON. 

Bible. New Testament. Timothv. 

Epistles to Timothy and Titus; with 
introd. and notes by A. E. Humphreys. 
(Cambridge Bible.) 1895. 

227. 93B58hu 
Bible. New Testament. Philemon. 

Epistles to the Colossians and to Phile- 
mon; with introd. and notes by H. C. 
G. Moule. (Cambridge Bible.) 1898. 

227. 7B58m 



RELIGION. 



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Ellicott, Charles J. 
Pastoral epistles of St. Paul (Greek text) ; 
with . . . commentary and a rev. 
tr. Ed. 5. 1883. 227.8E46P 

Lightfoot, Joseph B. 
Saint Paul's epistles to the Colossians 
and to Philemon; a rev. text, with 
introd., notes and dissertations. 1904. 

227.7L724S 
Maclaren, Alexander. 
Epistles of St, Paul to the Colossians and 
Philemon. (Expositor's Bible.) 1900. 

r227.7Mi62 
Plummer, Alfred. 
Pastoral epistles. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. r227.8P734p 

Vincent, Marvin R. 
Critical and exegctical commentary on 
the epistles to the Philippians and to 
Philemon. (International critical com- 
mentary.) 1897. 227.6V773 

HEBREWS. 

Bible. Xew Testament. Hebrews. 
Epistle of Paul the apostle to th^ Heb- 
rews; with notes and introd. by F. W. 
Farrar. (Cambridge Bible.) 1896. 

227.87B58f 
Bruce, Alexander B. 
Epistle to the Hebrews, the first apology 
for Christianity. Ed. 2. 1899. 

227.87B886 
Edwards, Thomas C. 
Epistle to the Hebrews. (Expositor's 
Bible.) 1900. in r227.8P734p 

Milligan, George. 
Theology of the epistle to the Hebrews. 
1899. 227.87M654t 

Westcott, Brooke F. 
Epistle to the Hebrews; Greek text, with 
notes and essays. Ed. 3. 1903. 

227.87VV524 

CATHOLIC EPISTLES. 
Bible. Xew Testament. James. 
General epistle of St. James; with notes 
and introd. by E. H. Plumptre. (Cam- 
bridge Bible.) 1895. 227.91B58P 
Bible. Xew Testament. Peter. 
General epistles of St. Peter and St. Jude; 
with notes and introd. by E. H. Plump- 
tre. (Cambridge Bible.) 1899. 

227.9B58P 



Bible. New Testament. Jv hn. 

Epistles of St. John; with notes, introd., 
etc. by A. Plummer. (Cambridge 
Bible.) 1896. 227.94B58P 

Alexander, William. * 

Epistles of St. John; twenty-one dis- 
courses, with Greek text, comparative 
versions and notes chiefly exegetkal. 
(Expositor's Bible.) 1900. 

r227.94A379 

Bigg, Charles. 

Critical and exegetical commentary on 

the -epistles of St. Peter and St. Jude. 

(International critical commentary.) 

1901. 227.9G594 

Hort, Fenton J. A. 

First epistle of St. Peter I, i-II, 17; the 
Greek text with introd. lecture, com- 
mentary and additional notes. 1898. 

227.92H821 

Leighton, Robert. 

Practical commentary upon the first 
epistle general of Peter. 2v. 1864. 

227. 92 L53 1 P 

Lumby, J. Rawson. 

Epistles of St Peter. (Expositor's 
Bible.) 1900. in r227.9iP734 

Luther, Martin. 

Epistles of St. Peter and St. Jude 

preached and explained; analysis of 

each chapter by J. G. Walch; ed. by J. 

N. Lenker. 1904. 227.9L973e 

Mayor, Joseph B. 

Epistle of St. James; the Greek text with 
introd., notes and comments. Ed. 2. 
1897. 227.91 M974e 

Plummer, Alfred. 

General epistles of St. James and St. 
Jude. (Expositor's Bible.) 1900. 

r227.9iP734 

228. APOCALYPSE. 

Bible. New Testament. Revelation. 

Apocalypse of St. John done into modern 
English; with notes ,etc. by R. Sadler. 
1891. 228B58S 

The Revelation of St. John the divine; 
with notes and introd. by W. H. Sim- 
cox. (Cambridge Bible.) 1902. 

228Bs8si 



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Beecher, Charles. 
Patmos. 1896. 
Blcck, Frlcdrich. 
Lectures on the Apocalypse; ed. by L. T. 
Hossbach; tr. from the German. 1875. 

228B646 
Irving, Edward. 

Prophetical works; exposition of the 
Book of Revelation; ed. by G. Carlyle. 
2v. 1867-1870. 228I70P 

Milligan, William. 

Book of Revelation. (Expositor's Bible.) 
1900. in r227.94A379 

Morgan, G. CampbelL 

A first century message to twentieth 
century Christians. 1902. 228M847 

Palmer, Frederic. 

Drama of the Apocalypse in relation to 
the literary and political circumstances 
of its time. 1903. 228P174 

Porter, Frank C. 
Messages of the apocalyptical writers; 
books of Daniel and Revelation and 
some uncanonical apocalypses. (Mes- 
sages of the Bible.) 1905. 228P844m 
Ramsay, William M. 
Letters to the seven churches of Asia and 
their place in the plan of the Apoca- 
lypse. 1905. 228R181I 
Smith, Uriah. 
Thoughts, critical and practical, on the 
Book of Revelation. Ed. 3. • 1881. 

228S662 
Thompson, Augustus C. 

Morning hours in Patmos. i860. 

228T468m 
Trench, Richard C. 
Commentary on the epistles to the seven 
churches in Asia; Revelation, 2-3. 1862. 

228T793 
Vaughan, Charles J. 

Lectures on the Revelation of St. John. 
Ed. 5. 1882. 228V365I 

229. APOCRYPHA. 

OLD TESTAMENT. 

Bible. Old Testament. Apocrypha. 

Ecclesiastes, and the Wisdom of Solo- 
mon; ed. by R. G. Moulton, (Modern 
reader's Bible.) 1897. in 223.8B58mo 



Ecclesiasticus; ed. by R. G. Moulton. 
(Modern reader's Bible.) 1896. 

229.4B5Bmo 
Apocalypse of Baruch; tr. from the Syriac 
and ed. by R. H. Charles. 1896. 

229.5B58ac 

First book of Maccabees; with introd. 
and notes by W. Fairweather and J. S. 
Black. (Cambridge Bible.) 1897. 

229.7B58f 

Bible. Old Testament. Apocryphal books. 

Book of Enoch; tr. from Prof. Dillmann's 
Ethiopic text; ed. by R. H. Charles. 
1893. 229B58bc 

Book of the secrets of Enoch; tr. from 
the Slavonic by W. R. Morfill; ed. by 
R. H. Charles. 1896. 229B58bm 

Livre d'Henoch; fragments Grecs, pub- 
lies avec les variantes du texte Ethio- 
pien; tr. . . . par A. Lods. 1892. 

r229B5811 

NEW TESTAMENT. 

Bible. New Testament. Apocryphal books. 

Apocryphal gospels, acts and revela- 
tions; tr. by A. Walker. (Ante-Nicene 
Christian library.) 1870. 229B58apw 

Apocryphal gospels and other docu- 
ments relating to the history of Christ; 
tr. from the originals in Greek, Latin, 
Syriac . . . with notes by B. H. Cow- 
per. Ed. 6. 1897. 229Bs9apc 

Evangelia Apocrypha adhibitis plurimis 
codicibus Graecis et Latinis maximam 
partem nunc primum consultis atque 
ineditorum copia insignibus ed. C. 
Tischendorf. 1876. 229B58ape 

Clough, W. O., ed. 

Gesta Pilati; reports, letters and acts of 
Pontius Pilate; tr. chiefly from Tisch- 
endorf's manuscript Acts . . . with 
introd. and notes. i887. 229C644 

Harris, J. Rendel. 

Popular account of the newly-recovered 
gospel of Peter. 1893. 229.8H3r3p 

Sluter, George, ed. 

Acta Pilati; important testimony of Pon- 
tius Pilate . . . being his official report 
to the Emperor Tiberius concerning the 
crucifixion of Christ. 1879. 229S634 



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Thomson, John E. H. 
Books which influenced Our Lord and his 
apostles; being a critical review of 
apocalyptic Jewish literature. 1891. 

229T483 

WiUckcr, Richard P. 
Evangelium Nicodemi in der abendlan- 
dischen literatur. 1872. G-229.8W961 

230. DOCTRINAL 
THEOLOGY. 

Abbott, Lyman. 

Theology of an evolutionist. 1897. 

23oAi33t 
Adams, Nehemiah. 

Evenings with the doctrines. 1861. 

23oA2i5e 
f Aldcn, Henry M.] 

God in His world. 1890. 23oA358g 

Askwith, Edward H. 

Christian conception of holiness, igco. 

230A836C 

Ball, WilUam E. 

St. Paul and the Roman law, and other 
studies on the origin and form of doc- 
trine. 1901. 230B188S 
Ballard, Frank. 

Miracles of unbelief. Ed. 4. 1902. 

230 B 189m 

Bandinel, James. 

Eight sermons. (Hampton lectures.) 
1780. 230B214 

Bartlctt, Robert E. 

Letter and the spirit. (Hampton lec- 
tures.) 1888. 230B291I 
Bellows, Henry W. 

Re-statements of Christian doctrine, in 
twenty-five sermons. 1870. 23oH448r 
Bradford, Amory H. 

Age of faith. 1902. 23oB799a 

Bricrlcy, J. 

The eternal religion. [1905] 23068536 
Griggs, Charles A, 

Whither? a theological question for the 
times. 1889. 230H8S3W 

^rown, William A. 

Essence of Christianity. 1902. 230B881 
Bruce, Alexander B. 
Kingdom of God. 1889. 23oH886k 



Burge, Lorenzo. 

Aryas, Semites and Jews, Jehovah and 
the Christ. 1889. 230H954 

Cave, Alfred. 

Introduction to theology. Ed. 2. 1896. 

23oC378i 

Chaney, George L. 

Belief. 1889. 230C457 

Chapman, Edward M. 

Dynamic of Christianity. 1904. 23oC465d 
Clarke, James F. 

Common-sense in religion. Ed. 15. 1893. 

230C598 
Clarke, William N. 

Outline of Christian theology. Ed. 14. 
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What shall we think of Christianity? 

1900. 230C612W 
Coe, George A. 

Religion of a mature mind. 1902. 

23oC672r 
Dole, Charles F. 
Theology of civilization. 1899. 

23oD662t 

Domer, Isaak A. 

History of Protestant theology, particu- 
larly in Germany; tr. by G. Robson and 
S. Taylor. 2v. 1871. 230.4D713 

System of Christian doctrine, tr. by A. 
Cave and J. S. Hanks. 4v. 1896- 1897. 

230D713S 
Exposition of Christian doctrine, by a sem- 
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230X15 

Fairbairn, Andrew M. 

Place of Christ in modern theology. 1900. 

230F163P 

Feuerbach, Ludwig. 

Essence of Christianity; tr. from the Ger- 
man by M. Evans. Ed. 2. 1881. 

23oF423e 
Foster, George B. 

Finality of the Christian religion. 1906. 

^3oF755f 
Fvank, Henry. 
Doom of dogma and the dawn of truth. 

1901. •23oF828d 
Frothingham, Ephraim L., and Frothing- 

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Christian philosophy. 2v. 1888-1890. 

230F939C 



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Forrer, Konrad. 

Katholizismus und protestantismus. Ed. 
4. 1900. G-23oF99ok 

Garbett, Edward. 
Dogmatic faith. (Bampton lectures.) 
1867. 230G213 

Garbett, James. / 

Christ as prophet, priest and king. 
(Bampton lectures.) 2v. 1842. 

230.3G214 
Gerhart, Emanuel V. 
Institutes of the Christian religion. 2v. 
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Gladden, Washington. 

How much is left of the old doctrine? 
1900. 23oG542h 

Gordon, George A. 

New epoch for faith. 1901. 23oG663n 

Ultimate conceptions of faith. 1903. 

230G663U 
Grafton, Charles C. 

Christian and Catholic. 1905. 230.3G737C 
Greg, WiUiam R. 

Creed of Christendom. Ed. 9. 2v. 1892. 

230G818C 

Hall, Charles C. 

Universal elements of the Christian re- 
ligion. 1905. 230H174U 
Hamack, Adolf. 
What is Christianity? tr. by T. B. Saun- 
ders. Ed. 2. 1901. 230H289W 
Hatch, Edwin. 
Influence of Greek ideas and usages upon 
the Christian church; ed. by A, M. Fair- 
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23oH36ii 

Hawkins, William. 

Discourses on Scripture mysteries 
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Hermann, Wilhelm. 

Communion of the Christian with God; 
tr. by J. S. Stanyon.^ 1895. 230HS52 
Hodge, Charles. 

Systematic theology. 3v. 1904. 

230H687S 
Hutton, Richard H. 
. Theological essays. Ed. 4. 1902. 

230119841 
Hyde. W.lUam D. 
God's education of man. 1899. 

23oH995g 



Outlines of social theology. 1895. 

230H995 o 
IlUngworth, John R. 

Personality, human and divine. (Bamp- 
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Jefferson, Charles E. 

Things fundamental. 1903. 23oj45t 

Jelf, WiUiam E. 

Christian faith. (Bampton lectures.) 
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Johnson, Elias H. 

Religious use of imagination. 1901. 

23oJ67r 
Jones, E. Griffith-. 

Ascent through Christ. 1905. 230J76 

Jones, John. 

Moral tendency of divine revelation^ _ 
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Kaftan, Julius. 
Truth of the Christian religion; tr. froi 
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230K 
Kedney, John S. 

Christian doctrine harmonized and its 1 a 

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23oK^ 5( 
Mens Christi, and other problems in the^=r o- 
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23oK2^^m 

Keys of the creeds. 1875. 230X^^-5^ 

King, Henry C. 

Reconstruction in theology. Ed. 2. i^^i. 



230K SJr 
Theology and the social consciousness. 
1902. 23oKlS3f 

Kingsland, John P. 

Man and his environment. 1904- 

230X54^* 

Knox. Geo. W., McGiffert, Arthur C, and 
Brown, Francis. 

Christian point of view; three addresses.- 
1902. 230IC7-4 

Kuyper, Abraham. 

Encyclopedia of sacred theology; tr. from 
the Dutch by J. H. de Vries. 1898. 

Laud, William. 

Relation of the conference between W »** 
Ham Laud and Mr. Fisher, the Jesui*' 
new ed. with introd. and notes by C ^^' 
Simpkinson. 1901. 230. 3L3^^ 



Lichtenb«rger, Friedrich, 
History of German theology in the nine- 
teenth century; tr. and ed. by W. Has- 
tie. 1889. 230.4L711 

Same. rz30.4LTii 

Loisy, Alfred. 
Gospel atid the church; tr. by C. Home. 
1904. 23oL835g 

HcCosh, James. 
Whither? O whither? tell me where, 
1889. 230M129W 

Hacpherson, John. 

Christian dogmatics. 1898. 230M173C 

Maurice, Frederick D. 
Theological essays. Ed. 5. 1905. 

230Rl4S4t 
Head, Charles M. 

Irenic theology; a study of some anti- 
theses in religious thought. 1905. 

23oM477i 
Bf organ, Hector D. 

Compressed view of the religious princi- 
ples and practice of the age. (Bamp- 
ton lectures,) 1819. ■ 230M848 

Morgan, J. Vymwy, cd. 

Theology at the dawn of the twentieth 

century; essays on the present status 

of Christianity and its doctrines. 1901. 

230M849t 

UoTlimer, Alfred J. 

Catholic faith and practice. Ed. 2, 2v. 
1901. 230M888C 

Uulford, EUsha. 
Republic of God, Ed. 7. 1884. 

23oM956r 
Mailer. Max. 

The Silesian horsehcrd; tr. from the Ger- 
man by O. A. Fechter. 1903- 230M958 
Onan. John. 

Vision and authority; or, The throne of 
St. Peter. 1902, 230OS4V 

0", James. 

Rilschliaii theology and tht evanfjelicnl 
failh. Ed. 3. n. d. 2.i0,4[O75r 

''«bodf. Francis G. 
Religion of an educated man, 1903. 

23oP3Sir 
"loderer. Otto. 

Influence of the apostle Paul on the de- 
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Smith. (Hibbert lectures.) 1885, 

23oPS3ii. 



Paulinism; contribution to the history of 
primitive Christian theology; tr. by E, 
Peters. 2v, 1877. a3oPS3ip 

Priestley, Joseph. 

History of the corruptions of Christian- 
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Pusey, Edward B. 

Historical enquiry into the probable 
causes of the rationalist character lately 
predominant in the theology of Ger- 
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[Rashdall, Hastings, and others,] 
Contentio veritatis; essays in constructive 
theology, by six Oxford tutors. 1902. 
230R224C 
Robertson, Archibald. 

Regnum Dei. 1901. 23oR649r 

Robinson, Charles H. 

Human nature a revelation of the divine, 

1902. 23oR6s8h 

Saba tier, Auguste. 

Religions of authority and the religion of 

the spirit; tr. by L. S. Houghton, 1904, 

23oSii3r 

Savage, Mi not J. 

Christianity the science of manhood, Ed. 
4, 1893- 230S2C4C 

Scha£f, Philip. 
Christ and Christianity. 1885. 23oS2g5c 
Theological propaedeutic; a general intro- 
duction to the study of theology. Ed. 
3. 1896, 23oS295t 

Scott, Hugh M. 
Origin and development of the Nicene 
theology, with same reference to the 
Ritschlian view of theology and history 
of doctrine, 1896, 230S425 o 

Short, Augustus. 
Witness of the Spirit with our spirit. 
(Bampton lectures,) 1846, 2308559 

Slicer, Thomas R, 

One world at a time, 1902. 230S633 

Soames, Henry. 

Inquiry into the doctrines of the Anglo- 
Saxon church. (Bampton lectures.) 
1830. 230.35676! 

Sp:Tago, Franc. 

Spirago's method of Christian doctrine; 
ed. by S. G. Messmer, Ed. 3- 1901- 

230,28759 



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Edersheim, Alfred. 

Prophecy and history in relation to the 
Messiah. 1885. 232.1E22P 

Eggle'ston, Edward, ed. 

Christ in literature. i875- 232E29 

Everett, Charles C. 

Gospel of Paul. 1893. 232.3E92g 

Ewald, Paul. 

Wer war Jesus? 1899. G-232E95W 

Examination of Canon Liddon's Bampton 
lectures on the divinity of Our Lord 
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2*32.8L7i3xe 

Farrer, John. 

Sermons on the mission and character of 
Christ and on the Beatitudes. (Bamp- 
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Gmeiner, John. 

Emanuel, the Saviour of the world. 1888. 

232.105696 

Godet, Fr6d6ric, and others. 
The atonement in modern religious 
thought; a theological symposium. Ed. 
2. 1902. 232.3GS82 

Goodspeed^ George S. 
Israel's Messianic hope to the time of 
Jesus. 1900. 232.1G656 

Gordon, George A. 

• Christ of to-day. 1895. 232G663 

Gore, Charles. 

Incarnation of the Son of God. (Bamp- 
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Gore, Charles, ed. 
Lux mundi; series of studies in the re- 
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232.1G667I 

Hackwood, Frederick W. 

Christ lore; legends, traditions, myths, 
symbols, customs and superstitions of 
the Christian church. 1902. 232H123 
Hale, Harris G. 

Who then is this; a study of the person- 
ality of Jesus. 1905. 232Hi64\v 
Harris, John. 

The great Teacher. 1859. 232H314 

Hirsch, Emil G. 
The crucifixion viewed from a Jewish 
standpoint. 1892. 232H669C 



Holmes, Robert. 

On the prophecies and testimony of John 

the Baptist and the parallel prophecies 

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1782. 232 H 7520 

Hughes, Thomas. 

Manliness of Christ. 1880. 232.8T894 
Liddon, Henry P. 

Divinity of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus 
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232.8L713 

M'Connell, Samuel M. 

Christ. 1904. 232M128C 

Macduff, John R. 
Memories of Bethany. 1861. 232M139 
Memories of Gennesaret. 1859, 

232 M 139m 
McKenzie, Alexander. ^ 

Divine force in the life of the world. 
(Lowell Institute lectures.) 1899. 

232Mi56d 

Mathews, Shailer. 

Messianic hope in the New Testament. 
1905. r232.iM429ni 

Maurice, Frederick D. 

Doctrine of sacrifice deduced from the 
Scriptures. 1893. 232,4M454d 

Mortimer, Alfred G. 

Last discourses of Our Lord. 1905. 

232M888I 

Mozoomdar, Protap Chunder. 

Oriental Christ. 1883. 232M8420 

Neve, Timothy. 

Eight sermons. (Bampton lectures.) 
1781. 232N411 

Nicoll, W. Robertson. 
The church's one foundation; Christ and 
recent criticism. 1902. 232N645 

Ogilvie, James A. 
Divine glory manifested in the conduct 
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Orr, James. 
Christian view of God and the world as 
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23^. 1 075c 
Paynter, Henry M. 

The holy resurrection. Ed. 3. 1884. 

232.5P347 

The holy sorrow. Ed. 4. 1883. 

232 . 4P347 



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Peyton, WilUam W. 

Three greatest forces in the world and 
the making of western civilization. 
1905. 232Psi9t 

Powell, H. C. 
Principle of the incarnation. 1896. 

232.1P884P 

Sadler, Ralph. 

Vox clamantis. 1891. 232S126V 

Savage, Minot J. 
Beliefs about Jesus. Ed. 3. 1901. 

232S264b 
Jesus and modern life. 1893. 232S264J 
Out of Nazareth. 1903. 232S264 o 

Simpson, P. Carnegie. 

The fact of Christ, n. d. 232S613 

Soltau, Wilhelm. 
Birth of Jesus Christ; tr. from the Ger- 
man by M. A. Canney. 190^. 232S691 
Speer, Robert E. 

Principles of Jesus applied to some ques- 
tions of to-day. 1902. 232S742P 
Stalker, James. 

Christology of Jesus. 1900. . 232S782C 
Stevens, George B. 

Teaching of Jesus. 1901. 232S844t 

Stubbs, Charles W., ed. 
Verba Christi; the sayings of Jesus 
Christ. 1903. 232S933 

Taylor, Charles. 

Oxyrhynchus sayings of Jesus, found in 
1903, with the sayings called "Logia" 
found in 1897. 1905. 232T2390 

Thomson, William. 

Atoning work of Christ. (Bampton lec- 
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Tumbull, Robert. 

Christ in history, i860. 232T943 

Van Dyke, Henry J. 

Gospel for a world of sin. 1899. 

232 . 3 V248 

Van Norden, Charles. 
Jesus; an unfinished portrait. 1906. 

232.1V271J 

Veysie, Daniel. 

Doctrine of atonement. (Bampton lec- 
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Watson, John, (pseud. Ian Maclaren.) 

Companions of the sorrowful way. 1898. 

232W339C 



Wendt, Hans H. 

Teaching of Jesus; tr. by J. Wilson. 2v. 
1899. 232W473t 

Westcott, Brooke F. 

Christus consummator; some aspects of 
the work and person of Christ in rela- 
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232\V524C 

Wintle, Thomas. 

Expediency, prediction, and accomplish- 
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(Bampton lectures.) 1794. 232W794 
Wise, Isaac M. 
Martyrdom of Jesus of Nazareth. Ed. 3. 
1888. 232.4W8i2m 

Young, John. 
The Christ of history, i860. 232Y73 

LIFE OF CHRIST. 

Abbott, layman. 

Jesus of Nazareth. 1869. 232.9A133 

Andrews, Samuel J. 
Life of Our Lord upon the earth. Ed. 4. 
1863. 232.9A571 

Beecher, Henry W. 
Life of Jesus the Christ. 2v. 1871. 

232.9B41S 
[Bird, Robert.] 
Jesus, the carpenter of Nazareth, by a 
layman. Ed. 2. 1891. 232.9B618 

Briggs, Charles A. 
New light on the life of Jesus. 1904. 

232.9B853n 
Brown, Howard N. 
Life of Jesus, for young people. 1884. 

232.9B878 
Clarke, James F. 
Legend of Thomas Didymus, the Jewish 
sceptic. 1881. 232. 9C981 

Clodd, Edward. 
Jesus of Nazareth. Ed. 2. 1886. 

232.9C643 
Cook, Peter. 
Jesus of Nazareth, the annointcd of God. 

1904. 232.9C77ig 

Delitzsch, Franc. 

A day in Capernaum; tr. from the Ger- 
man by G. H. Schodde. 1892. 

232. 9D355d 



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Didon, Henri. 

Jesus Christ; from the French; ed. by B. 
O'Reilly. 2v. 1891. 232. 9^557 

Donehoo, James D. 

Apocryphal and legendary life of Christ. 
1903. 232.9D681 

Edersheim, Alfred. 
Life and times of Jesus the Messiah. Ed. 
5. n. d. 232.9E22I 

Eggleston, Edward. 

Christ in art. 1875. r232.9E29 

Fairbaim, Andrew M. 

Studies in the life of Christ. Ed. 8. 1896. 

232. 9F 163s 

Farrar, Frederic W. 

Life of Christ, 1895. . 232.9F242 

Life of lives; further studies in the life of 

Christ. 1900. 232.9F242I 

Fleetwood, John. 

Life of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus 

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Fouard, Constant. 

Christ the Son of God; tr. by G. F. X. 
Griffith. 2v. 1891. 232.9F762 

Fox, Aley. 

Son of man. 1901. 232.9F791 

Geikie, Cunningham. 

Life and words of Christ. 2v. 1877. 

232.9G314 

Gilbert, George H. 

Student's life of Jesus. Ed. 3. 1902. 

232.9G465S 
Gladstone, William E. 

"Ecce Homo." 1868. 232.9S45ig 

Hamilton, Jaimes. 
Lessons from the great biography, i860. 

232.9H218I 

Holtzmann, Oscar. 
Life of Jesus; tr. by J. T. Bealby and M. 
A. Canney. 1904. 232. 9H759 

[Jacobs, Joseph.] 

As others saw Him; a retrospect, A. D. 
54. 1895. 232.9J16 

Lange, Johann P. 

Life of the Lord Jesus Christ; tr. from the 
German; ed. by M. Dods. 4v. 1872. 

232.9L274I 

Neander, August. 

Life of Jesus Christ in its historical con- 
nexion and historical development; tr. 



from the German by J. M'Clintock and 
C. E. Blumenthal. 1888. 232.9N349 
NicoU, W. Robertson. 

Incarnate Saviour. 1897. 232.9X6451 

Notovitch, Nicolas. 
Unknown life of Jesus Christ, from 
Buddhistic records; tr. by J. H. Con- 
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232.9N913U 

[Parker, Joseph.] 

Ecce Deus; essays on the life and doc- 
trine of Jesus Christ, with controversial 

notes on "Ecce Homo." 1867. 

232.9P241 

Pasmtcr, Henry M. 

The holy death. Ed. 4. 1883. 232.9P347 

The holy life. 1886. 232.9P347h 

Phelps, Elizabeth S. (Mrs. Ward.) 

Story of Jesus Christ. 1897. 232.9P538S 
Pick, Bemhard. 

Extra-canonical life of Christ. 1903. 

232.9P594 

Pressens6, Edmond de. 

Jesus Christ; his life and work; tr. by A. 
Harwood. n. d. 232.9P935J 

Ramsay, William M. 

Education of Christ, 1902. 232.9R181 
Renan, Ernest. 

Life of Jesus, n. d. 232.9R393 

Rhees, Rush. 

Life of Jesus of Nazareth. 1906. 

232. 9R470I 

Rosadi, Giovanni. 

Trial of Jesus; ed. by E. Reich. 1905. 

232.9R788t 

Sanday, William. 
Outlines of the life of Christ. 1905. 

232.952130 

Seeley, Sir John R. 

Ecce Homo; survey of the life and work 
of Jesus Christ. 1867. 232.9S45T 

Smith, Goldwin. 

Founder of Christendom. I903- 

232.9S648 

Speer, Robert E. 

Studies of the man Christ Jesus. 1896. 

232.9S742 
Stalker, James. 

Imago Christi; the example of Jesus 

Christ. 1889. 232.9S782i 

Life of Jesus Christ. 1880. 232.9S782I 



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Stalker, James. 
Trial and death of Jesus Christ, 1901. 

232.987821 

Stapfer, Edmond. 
Death and resurrection of Jesus Christ; 
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232.9S794 

Jesus Christ before his ministry; tr. by 

L. S. Houghton. 1896. 232.9S794J 

Jesus Christ during his ministry; tr. by 

L. S. Houghton. 1897. 232.9S794Jd 

Strauss, David F. 

Das leben Jesu. Ed. 12. 1902. 

G-232.9S912 
New life of Jesus. 2v. 1865. 232.9S9i2n 
Vallings, James F. 
Jesus Christ, the divine man. (Men of 
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Van Dyke, Henry J. 
I Childhood of Jesus Christ. 1905. 

232.9V248C 
Wallace, Lewis. 

Boyhood of Christ. 1889. r232.9Wi9i 
Watson, John, (pseud. Ian Maclaren.) 
I-ife of the Master. 1901. 232.9W339I 

Weiss, Bernhard. 

Life of Christ; tr. by J. W. Hope and 
M. G. Hope. 8v. 1883- 1888. 

232.9W429 
W^illctt, Herbert L. 

I-*ife and teachings of Jesus. [1898.] 

232.9W713 



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233. MAN. 

Body, George. 

I-ife of temptation. 1898. 
Bradford, Amory H. 

heredity and Christian problems. 1902. 

233B799h 

^^«^llard, Emma M. 

^aw and freedom. 1899. 233.7C133I 

^«Wcy, Orville. 

*^roblem of human destiny. (Lowell In- 
stitute lectures.) 1864. 233D519P 

^nisworth, Reuben L. 

T^he real man is a spirit only. 1876. 

233^237 
^*dlaw, John. 

Bible doctrine of man. 1895. 233L185 



Lathbury, Clarence. 
The being with the upturned face. 1903. 

233L353b 
Merriam, George S. 

Chief end of man. 1897. 233 M 568c 
Moore, George. 

Man and his motives. 1848. 233M821 

Miiller, Julius. 

Christian doctrine of sin; tr. from the 
German by \V. Urwick. 2v. 1885. 

232.2M960 
Tennant, Frederic R. 

Origin of the propagation of sin. (Hul- 

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Sources of the doctrines of the fall and 

original sin. 1903. 233.2T296S 

234. SALVATION. 

Body, George. 

Life of justification. 1891. 234.7B668I 
Clarke, James F. 

Christian doctrine of forgiveness of sin. 
Ed. 3. 1870. 234C598 

Darling, Henry. 

The closer walk. 1862. 234.8D221 

Edwards^ Jonathan. 

Careful and strict inquiry into the modern 
prevailing notions of the freedom of 
the will. 1881. 234.9E25 

EUot, William G. 

Early religious education considered as 
the divinely appointed way to the re- 
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Gordon, Adoniram J. 

First thing in the world; or, The primacy 
of faith. 1891. 234.2G6611 

Heurtley, Charles A. 
Justification. (Hampton lectures.) Ed. 2. 

1849. 234. 7H 593 

Jelf , Richard W. 

Inquiry into the means of grace. (Bamp- 
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Mant, Richard. 
Appeal to the gospel. (Hampton lec- 
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Marsh, Edward G. 

Christian doctrine of santification. 
(Hampton lectures.) 1848. 234.8M365 
Newman, John H. 

Lectures on the doctrine of justification. 
1897. 234/N5S3I 



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Olmstead, Dwight H. 

• 


Kennedy, H. A. A. 


Protestant faith; or, Salvation by belief. 


St. PauPs conceptions of the last things. 


Ed. 3. 1897. 234O51 


Ed. 2. 1905. 236K34S 


Robbins, Wilford L. 


Kinane, T. M. 


An essay toward faith. 1905. 234.2W637e 


Purgatory. Ed. 4. 1901. 236.5K49 


Stevens, George B. 


Lee, SamueL 


Christian doctrine of salvation. 1905. 


Eschatology. 1859. 236L481 


234S844C 


Rydberg, Viktor. 


Tolstoi, Lyof N., count. 


Till laran om dc yttersta tingen, 1880. 


Gospel in brief. 1899. in 24iT654m 


SW-236R992 



235. AJfGELS, DEVILS, SATAN. 

Alexander, William M. 
Demonic possession in the New Testa- 
ment. 1902. 235A381 
Ashton, John. 
The devil in Britain and America. 1896. 

235A828 
Cams, Paul. 
History of the devil and the idea of evil. 
1900. 235C331 

Conway, Moncure D. 
Demonology and devil-lore. 2v. 1881. 

23SC768 
Gmeiner, John. 
Spirits of darkness and their manifesta- 
tions on earth. 1889. 23SG569S 
Hall, Frederic T. 

Pedigree of the devil. 1883. 235H175 
Joly, Henri. 
•Psychology of the saints. Ed. 2. 1902. 

235J75P 

236. ESCHATOLOGY. LAST 

THINGS. 

Alden, Henry M. 

Study of death. 1895. 236.1A358S 

Goulbum, Edward M. 

Doctrine of the resurrection of the body 
as taught in Holy Scripture. (Bampton 
lectures.) 1850. 236.8G695 

Guinne^, H. Grattan. 
Approaching end of the age viewed in 
the light of history, prophecy and sci- 
ence. Ed. ID. 1886. 236.3G96S 
Jukes, Andrew. 

The second death and the restitution of 
all things, with some remarks on the 
nature and inspiration of Holy Scrip- 
ture. Ed. 7. 1878. 236J95 



Waldegrave, Samuel. 

New Testament millennarianism. (Bamp- 
ton lectures.) 1855. 236.3W1S9 
Welby, Horace. 

Mysteries of life, death and futurity illus- 
trated from the best and latest an- 
thorities. 1863. 236W437m 

237. FUTURE STATE. 



237.2A133 



Abbott, Ljrman. 

The other room. 1903. 
Alger, WiUiam R. 

Critical history of the doctrine of a future 
life. 1869. 237A395 

Baxter, Richard. 

Saints' everlasting rest; abridged by B. 
Fawcett. n. d. 237.4B3S5sf 

Brooks, Henry S. 

Progression to immortality. 1902. 

237.2B873 
Chester, William. 
Immortality and rational faith. 1903. 

237.2C525 

Dods, Marcus. 

Forerunners of Dante; account of some 
of the more important visions of the 
unseen world, from the earliest times. 

Farrar, Frederic W. 

Eternal hope. 1898. 237T242C 

Field, George W. 

That better world. 1890. 237.4F454t 

Gladden, Washington. 

Practice of immortality, n. d. 237.2G542 
Gordon, George A. 

Witness to immortality in literature, phil- 
osophy and life.. 1893. 237.2G663W 
Hillis, Newell D. 

Foretokens of immortality. 1900. 

237.2H654f 



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81 



237H953P 



Huntington, William R. 

Psyche. 1899. 
[Hyde, John.] 

Our eternal homes, by a Bible student, 

1867. 237.4H994 

Ives, Charles L. 

Bible doctrine of the soul. 1878. 237X95 
Jackson, William. 

Doctrine of retribution. (Bampton lec- 
tures.) 1875. 237.6J15 
Kemahan, Coulson. 
The face beyond the door. 1904. 

237.8K40f 

Macduff, John R. 

Grapes of Eshcol. i86i. 237.4Mi39g 

Newman^ Francis W. 

The soul. Ed. 8. 1868. ^237N552s 

Purves, David. 

Life everlasting. 1905. 237.2P986I 

Sahnond, Stewart D. F. 

Christian doctrine of immortality. 1895. 

237. 2S I 73c 

• 

Sears, Edmund H. 

Athanasia; or, Foregleams of immortal- 
ity. Ed. 10. 1870. 237.2B439 
Shedd, WilUam G. T. 

Doctrine of endless punishment. Ed. 2. 

1887. 237.7S541 

Thompson, Augustus C. 

The better land. 1859. 237.4T468 

Waller, G. 

Biblical view of the soul. 1904. 

237Wi97b 

Weir, John F. 

Human destiny in the light of revelation. 
1903- 237W425 

VV^elldon, James E. C. 

Hope of immortality. 1898. 237.2W447h 
V^iiting, LiUan. 

Spiritual significance; or. Death as an 
event in life. 1901. 237W6iis 

238. CREEDS. CATECHISOilS. 

Bindley, T. Herbert, ed. 

CEcumenical documents of the faith. 
1899. 238.1B6110 

^ode, John E. 

Absence of precision in the formularies of 
the Church of England scriptural and 
suitable to a state of probation. 



(Bampton lectures.) 1855. 238.3B666 

Bulgaris, Nicolas. 

Holy tratechism of Nicolas Bulgaris; tr. 
from the original Greek by W. E. 
Daniel; ed. by R. R. Bromage. 1893. 

238.i9B934h 

Callow, C. 

History of the origin and development 
of the creeds. 1899. 238.1C163 

Ford, Paul L., ed. 
New England primer; history of its ori- 
gin and development, with a reprint of 
the earliest known ed. 1897. 

r238.5F7i2n 

Hardwick, Charles. 

History of the articles of religion. 1884, 

238.3H267 

Laurence, Richard. 

Attempt to illustrate those articles of the 

Church of England which the Calvin- 

ists improperly consider as Calvinistic. 

(Bampton lectures.) 1805. 238.3L379 

Lias, John J. 

Nicene creed. 1897. 238.iL693m 

Lutheran church. 

Book of concord; or, The symbolic books 
of the Evangelical Lutheran church; 
[ed.] by H. E. Jacobs. 2v. 1882-1883. 

238.4L574b 
MacDonald, Alexander. 

Symbol of the apostles. 1903. 238.1M134 
McGiffert, Arthur C. 

Apostles* creed. 1902. 238.1M145 

Mortimer, Alfred G. 

The creeds. 1902. 238.1M888 

Neale, John M. 
Catechetical notes and class questions. 
1869. 238.3N346C 

Pearson, John. 

Exposition of the creed, with analysis by 

E. Walford. 1887. 238.1P362 

Schaff, Philip. 

Creed revision in the' Presbyterian 

churches. Ed. 2. 1890. 238.5S295 

Creeds of Christendom. 3v. 1877-1884. 

2388295 

Shedd, William G. T. 

Calvinism, pure and mixed. 1893. 

238.5S54IC 



S2 



RELIGION. 



Spirago, Franz. 
The catechism explained; ed. by R. F. 
Clarke. Ed. 8. [1899] 238.2S759C 

Vincent, Thomas. 

Explanation of the Assembly's Shorter 
catechism, n. d. 238.5V774e 

Wace, Henry. 

Foundations of faith. (Bampton lec- 
tures.) 1880. 238Wii4f 
Westcott, Brooke F. 
Historic faith; short lectures on the apos- 
lles' creed. Ed. 6. 1900. 238.1W524 

239. APOLOGETICS. EiVI- 
DENCES OF CHRISTIANITY. 

Andrews. Samuel J. 

Christianity and anti-Christianity in their 
final conflict. Ed. 2. 1899. 239A571C 

Barnes, Albert. 

Lectures on the evidences of Christianity 
in the nineteenth century. (Ely lec- 
tures.) 1868. 239B261I 

Barrow, William. 

Sermons containing answers to some 
popular objections against the neces- 
sity or the credibility of the Christian 
revelation. (Bampton lectures.) I799- 

.239B277 

BicUake, John. 

Truth and consistency of divine revela- 
tion. (Bampton lectures.) 181 1. 

239B586 

Browne; John. 

Sermons. (Bampton lectures.) 1809. 

239B883S 

Bruce, Alexander B. 

Apologetics. 1892. 239B886 

Bushnell, Horace. 

Nature and the supernatural. Ed. 5. 
1862. 239B979n 

Clarke, James F. 

Steps of belief. 1871. 239C598S 

Collinson, John. 

Key to the writings of the principal fath- 
ers of the Christian church. (Bampton 
lectures.) 1813. 239.1C714 

Cunmiing, John. 

Is Christianity from God? 1856. 

239C97ii 



Dean, George W. 

Lectures on the evidences of r 
ligion. 1890. 
Eaton,' John R. T. 
Permanence of Christianity, 
lectures.) 1873. • 
Eveleigh, John. 
View of our religion. (Ban 
tures.) 1792. 
Farrar, Adam S. 

Critical history of free though 
ence to the Christian retigioi 
ton lectures.) 1863. 
Finch, WUUam. 
Objections of infidel historians 
writers against Christianity, 
lectures.) 1797. 
Fisher, George P. 

Christian religion. 1899. 
Grounds of theistic and Christ 

1902. 
Manual of Christian evidences. 

Foster, Randolph S. 

The supernatural book. 1889. 
Gibbons, James. 

Our Christian heritage. 1889. 
Goddard, Charles. 

Mental condition necessary to 
quiry into religious evidence, 
ton lectures.) 1824. 
Godet, Fr6d6ric. 
Lectures in defence of the Chris 
tr. by W. H. Lyttelton,. Ed. 

Gregory, Olinthus. 

Letters on the evidences, doci 
duties of the Christian religioi 
1876. 
Guizot, Francois P. G. 

Meditations on the essence of 
ity, and on the religious qu 
the day; tr. from the French, 

Hall, Charles C. 
Christian belief interpreted by 
experience. (Barrows lectun 

Hall, Charles H. 
Sermons, (Bampton lectures.) 



RBU6I0N. 



83 



Hawkinss Edward. 

Inquiry into the connected uses of the 
principal means of attaining Christian 
truth. (Bampton lectures.) 1840. 

239H393 
Henblow, George, and others. 

Christian apologetics. 1903. 239H525C 
Hopkins, Mark. 

Evidences of Christianity. Ed. 22. 1904. 

239H795e 

niingworth, John R. 

Reason and revelation. 1902. 239I29 

Kett, Henry. 

Representation of the conduct and opin- 
ions of the primitive Christians. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1791. 239-iK43 
Knox, George W. 

Direct and fundamental proofs of the 
Christian religion. 1903, 239K74d 

Leathes, Stanley. 

Religion of the Christ. (Bampton lec- 
tures.) 1874. 239Lr44i 
LiUy, WilUam S. 
Claims of Christianity. 1894. 239L731C 

ITIlvaine, Charles P. 

Evidences of Christianity in their exter- 
nal or historical division. Ed. 9. n. d. 

239Misie 

Mallock, WilUam H. 
Religion as a credible doctrine. 1903. 
. 239M255r 

Michell, Richard. 

Nature and the comparative value of the 
Christian evidences. (Bampton lec- 
tures.) 1849. 239M623 

Miman, Henry H. 

Character and conduct of the apostles 
considered as an evidence of Christian- 
ity. (Bampton lectures.) 1827. 

239.1M658 

MulUns, Edward Y. 

Why is Christianity true? 1905. 

239M962W 

Paley, WiUiam. 

View of the evidences of Christianity. 

n. d. 239P158VV 

Pascal, Blaise. 

Pensees sur la religion et sur quelques 

autres sujets. n. d. F-239P278 



Thoughts, letters and opuscules; tr. from 
the French by O. W. Wight. 1890. 

239P278t 
Penrose, John. 

Attempt to prove the truth of Christian- 
ity. (Bampton lectures.) 1808. 

239P417 
Ragg, Lonsdale. 

Evidences of Christianity. Ed. 2. 1905. 

239Ri42e 
Rawlinson, George. 

Historical evidence^ of the truth of the 
Scripture records stated anew. (Bamp- 
ton lectures.) 1859. 239R261 
Riddle, Joseph E. 

Natural history of infidelity and super- 
stition in contrast with Christian faith. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1852. 239R543 
[Rogers, Henry.] 

Eclipse of faith. Ed. 8. i860. 239R722e 
Row, Charles A. 

Christian evidences viewed in relation to 
modern thought. (Bampton lectures.) 
Ed. 5. 1888. ?39R876 

Savonarola, Girolamo M. F. M. 
Triumph of the cross; tr. from the Ital- 
ian; ed. with introd. by J. Proctor. 
1901. 239S268 

Schultz, Hermann. 
Outlines of Christian apologetics; tr. by 
A. B. Nichols. 1905. 5*393337 o 

Shepherd, Richard. 

Ground and credibility of the Christian 
religion. (Bampton lectures.) 1788. 

239S548 
Steams, Lewis F. 

Evidence of Christian experience. (Ely 
lectures.) 1899. 239S799e 

Storrs, Richard S. 

Divine order of Christianity indicated by 
its historical effects. 1884. 239S886d 
Thomson, William, ed, 

Aids to iaith ... a reply to Essays and 
reviews. 1862. 239T486 

Wace, Henry. 

Christianity and morality. (Boyle lec- 
tures.) Ed. 2. 1877. 239W114 
Whately, Richard. 

General view of the rise, progress and 
corruptions of Christianity, i860. 

239W556g 



84 



BELIGION. 



Wordsworth, John. 

The one religion. (Bampton lectures.) 

1881. 239W925 

Wynne, Frederick R., Bernard, John H., 

and HemphiU, Samuel. 

Literature of the second century; short 

studies in Christian evidences. 1891. 

239W989I 

RATIONALISM. 

Butler, Joseph. 

Analogy of religion, n. d. 239.7B985 

Fisher, George P. 

Faith and rationalism^ with . . . essays 
on related topics. 1885. 239.7FS34 

Gostwick, Joseph. 

German culture and Christianity. 1882. 

239.7G682 
Nares^ Edward. 
View of the evidences of Christianity at 
the close of the pretended age of rea- 
son. (Bampton lectures.) 1805. 

239.7N226 
Pynchon, Thomas R. 

Bishop Butler ... a sketch of his life, 
with an examination of the Analogy. 
1889. 239.7B985XP 

RELIGION AND SCIENCE. 

Barry, Alfred. 

Some lights of science on the faith. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1892. 239.8B278S 
Beecher, Henry W. 

Evolution and theology. 1885. 239.8B415 
Burr, Enoch F. 

Pater mundi. 2v. 1870-1873. 239.8B968P 
Chalmers, Thomas. 

Discourses on the Christian revelation 
viewed in connection with the modern 
astronomy, [and] Discourses illustra- 
tive of the connection between theology 
and general science, i860. 239.8C437d 
Gould, Sabine Baring — . 

Some modern difficulties. 1875. 

239.8G698S 
Iverach, James. 

Christianity and evolution. Ed. 2. 1894. 

239.8I94C 
Kinsley, William W. 

Old faiths and new facts. 1896. 

239'^K57o 



Kurtz, Johann H. 

Bible and astronomy; tr. from the Ger- 
man by T. D. Simonton. 1857. 

239.8K99b 

MXausland, Dominick. 
Adam and the Adamite. Ed. 4. 1877. 

239. 8M 124a 
Builders of Babel. 1874. 239.8Mi24b 

Sermons in stones. Ed, 13. 1873. 

239. 8M 124s 

McCosh, James. 

Christianity and positivism. (Ely lec- 
tures.) 1882. 239. 8M 129 

Moore, Albert W. 

Rational basis of orthodoxy. 1901. 

239.8M8i9r 

Peabody, Andrew P. 

Christianity and science. (Ely lectures.) 
1882. 239.8P349 

Rice. WUliam N. 

Christian faith in an age of science. 1903. 

239.8R497 

Speech of man and Holy Writ. 1894. 

239.8X435 

Upham, Francis W. 
Star of Our Lord. 1873. 239.8U68S 

Wiseman, Nicholas. 

Twelve lectures on the connexion be- 
tween science and revealed religion. 
Ed. 2. 1842. 239.8W814 

OTHER SPECIAL DENIALS. 

Gabriel, Robert B. 

Facts relating to the Reverend Mr. 
. White's Bampton lectures. 1789. 

239.9W585g 

Islam and Christianity; or, The Quran and 

the Bible; a letter to a Muslim friend, 

by a missionary. [1901.] 239.9X21 

Stephens, William R. W. 

Christianity and Islam, the Bible and the 
Koran. 1877. 239.9S835C 

White, Joseph. 

Comparisons of Mahometism and Christ- 
ianity. (Bampton lectures.) 1784. 

239.9W585 



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85 



240. DEVOTIONAL, 
PRACTICAL. 

Alcott, WUliam A. 

Lectures for the fireside, founded on the 
ten commandments. 1850. 240A356 

Alger, WiUiam B. 

Sources of consolation in human life. 
1892. 240A39SS 

Bayne, Peter. 

Christian life, social and individual. 1859. 

240B359 
Bernard, St., abbot of Clairvaux. 

Life and works; ed. by J. Mabillon; 
tr. and ed. with additional notes by S. 
J, Eales. Ed. 2. 2v. n. d. 2403518! 
Some letters of Saint Bernard, abbot of 
Clairvaux; from the tr. of Dr. Eales; 
selected by F. A. Gasquet. 1904- 

240B518S 

Browne, Sir Thomas. 

Religio medici. 1880. in 828. 49w v. 2 

Reliffio medici, Letter to a friend. Chris- 
tian morals, Urn burial, and other 
papers. 1862. 24oB884r 

Caterina da Sienna, St. 
Saint Catherine as seen in her letters; tr. 
and ed. . . . by V. D. Scudder. 1905. 

B-C360 
Farrar, Frederic W. 

Voice from Sinai. 1892. 240F242V 

Fteelon, Fran9oi8 de S. de la Mothe-. 

Spiritual letters; letters to men; tr. by H. 

L S. Lear. 1903. 240F332S 

Spiritual letters; letters to women; tr. by 

H. L. S. Lear. 1902. 240F332SW 

Gladden, Washington. 

The Christian way. 18717. 240G542C 

Hall, Charles C. 

Does God send trouble? 1897. 24oMi74d 
Lear, Mrs. H. L. Sidney. 

Light of conscience. 1905. 240L437I 

Hartineau, James. 
Hours of thought on sacred things. 1900. 

24oM386h 
Smyth, Newman. 

Personal creeds. 1890. 240S668P 

Ware, Mrs. Mary G. C. 

Death and life. Ed. 3. 1867. 24oW27id 
Watson, John, (pseud. Ian Maclaren.) 
Potter's wheel. 1897. 240W339P 



241B979C 
24iC294h 
24iC598e 



241. DIDACTIC. 

Bushnell, Horace. 

Christian nurture. 1861. 
Carpenter, Hugh S. 

Here and beyond. 1859. 
Clarke, James F. 

Every-day religion. 1886. 
Doddridge, Philip. 

Rise and progress of religion in the soul. 
1859. 24iD64ir 

Drummond, Henry. 

Addresses, n. d. 24iD794a 

Essays and addresses. 1904. 24iD704es 

"First!" 1891. 24iD794f 

Pax vobiscum. Ed. 3. 1891. 241D794P 
Faber, Frederick W. 

Spiritual conferences, n. d. 241 F 114s 

Fuller, Thomas. 

Holy and profane states, n. d. 241F968 
[GreenweU, Dora.] 

Patience of hope. 1863. 241G815P 

A present heaven. 1863. 24iG8iSpr 

Macduff, John R. 

Cities of refuge. 1861. 241 M 139c 

Mason, John. 

Treatise on self-knowledge, n. d. 

24iM399t 
Mather, Cotton. 

Essays to do good; rev. by G. Burder. 
Ed. 2. 1808. 241M424 

[Pullen, Henry W.] 

Modern Christianity, a civilized heathen- 
ism, n. d. 24iP982m 
[Taylor, Isaac] 

Saturday evening. 1858. 241T241S 

Taylor, Jeremy. 

Rule and exercises of holy dying. 1820. 

24iT242r 

Rule and exercises of holy living. Ed. 30. 

1820. . 24iT242ru 

Theologia germanica; [ed. by Dr. Pfeiffer]; 

tr. from the German by S. Winkworth. 

1901. 241T391 

Thompson, Joseph P. 

Christian graces. 1859. 241T473 

Tolstoi, Lyof N., count. 

Kingdom of God is within you; tr. from 
the Russian by C. Garnett. 1894. 

24iT654k 



86 



RELIGION. 



Tolstoi, Lyof N., count. 

Kiagdom of God is within you, and What 

is art? 1899. 24iT654ki 

Life. 1899. in 304T654W 

Life; tr. by I. F. Hapgood. 1888. 

241T654I 
My confession, and Spirit of Christ's 
teaching; tr. from the Russian. 1887. 

24iT654mt 

My confession, My religion, and Gospel in 

brief. 1899. 24iT654nj 

My religion; tr. from the French by H. 

Smith. 1885. 24iT6S4mr 

What I believe; tr. from the Russian by 

C. PopoflF. 1886. 241T654W 

Whole duty of man. 1850. 241X63W 

242. MEDITATIVE. 

Adams, Nehemiah. 

Broadcast. 1863. 242A2i5b 

Augustinus^ Aurelius, St. 

Confessions; tr. by J. G. Pilkington, 1886 

242A923CP 

Confessions and letters; ed. by P. Schaff. 

1902. in 281 . 1S295S V.I 

Blosius, Louis. 

Mirror for monks; [reprint of tr. of 1676]. 

1901. 242B655 

Bonar, Horatio. 

Eternal day. i860. 242B699e 

Man; his religion and his world. 1856. 

242B699m 
Morning of joy; sequel to Night of weep- 
ing. 1859. 242B699mo 
Night of weeping, i860. 242B699n 
[Boyd, Andrew K. H.] 

Our little life. 2v. 1897-1898. 242B7910 
Bradford, Amory H. 

Messages of the masters; spiritual inter- 
pretations of great paintings. 1902. 

242 B 799m 
Case, Mary £. 

Love of the world. 1893. 242C337I 

Coleridge, Samuel T. 
Aids to reflection. 1863. 

in 828.72C693C V.I 
Fuller, Thomas. 

Good thoughts in bad times, and other 
papers. 1863. 242F968 

Hinckley, Frederic A. 
• Deeper meanings. 1894. 242H6s9d 



McFadyen, John E. 

Divine pursuit. 1902. 242M142 

McLaren, WillUm E. 

Lenten soliloquies. 1904. 242M163I 

Molinos, Miguel de. 

Golden thoughts from the Spiritual guide. 
1883. 242M724g 

Mozoomdar, Protap Chunder. 

Heart-beats. 1894. 242M942h 

Newman, John H. 

Meditations and devotions. 1893. 

242N553m 

Patmore, Coventry. 

The rod, the root and the flower. 1895. 

242P3ior 

Peabody, Andrew P. 
Christian consolation. Ed. 6. 1872. 

242P349 

Pusey, Edward B. 

Spiritual letters; ed. by J. O. Johnston 
and W. C. E. Newbolt. 1898. 

242P987S 

ScupoIi» Lorenzo. 

Spiritual combat . . . with the Supple- 
ment, and Path to Paradise. 1899. 

242S437 
Thomas k Kempis. 
Imitation of Christ; rendered into Eng- 
lish from the Latin by J. Payne. 1861- 

242T453i 

Imitation of Christ ... set forth in^ 
rhythmic sentences, with pref. by H. P. 
Liddon. 1889. 242T453 

Ware, Mrs. Mary G. C. 

Thoughts in my garden. Ed. 4. 1867. 

242W27It 

Zschokke, Heinrich. 

Meditations on life, death and eternity; 
tr. from the German by F. Rowan; 
comp. by L. R. Dunn. 2v. 1884. 

242Z92m 

243. HORTATORY. 
EVANGELISTIC. 

Fabcr, Frederick W. 

Creator and the ceature. n. d. 243F114C 
Growth in holiness, n. d. 243Fii4g 



RELIGION. 



87 



244. MISCELLANY. ALLEGO- 
EIES. ANECDOTES. 

Abbott, Edwin A. 

Onesimus; memoirs of a disciple of St. 

Paul. 1882. 244A132 o 
Adams, William. 

Distant hills. 1904. 244A2i9d 

King's messengers. 1892. 244A2i9k 

Old man's home. 1897. 244A2190 

Shadow of the cross. 1902. 244A2i9sh 
Buck, Daniel D.- 

Christian virtues personified and exhib- 
ited as a divine family. 1856. 2446921c 
Canton, William. 

W. V.'s golden legend. 1898. 244C232W 

Clergy of Aiherica; anecdotes. 1869. 

244X12C 

ComeniuB, Johannes A. 

Labyrinth of the world and the paradise 

of the heart; ed. and tr. by Count Liit- 

20W. 1901. 244C732I 

Erasmus, Desiderii^s. 

Colloquies; tr. by N. Bailey; cd. by E. 

Johnson. 2v. 1878. 244E64 

I Evesham, Monk of. 

Revelation to the monk of Evesham, 1196; 
cd- by E. Arber. (English reprints.) 
1869. 244E93r 

I Ferrar, Nicholas. 

I Story books of Little Gidding; religious 

dialogues recited in the Great room, 
1631-1632. 1899. 244F374S 

Guparin, Vaf.6rie B., comtesse de. 
Near and heavenly horizons. 1862. 

244G249n 
Jacobus dc Varagine. 
Leaves from the Golden legend; chosen 
by H. D. Madge. 1899. 244J18I 

Knimmachcr, Fricdrich A. 
Parables; tr. from the German. 1858. 

244K94P 

^bcth and the Vatican; or. Anecdotes of 

the Church of Rome, of the reformed 

churches and of sects and sectaries. 3v. 

1825. 244X24I 

I-arwood, Jacob, pseud. (L. R. Sadler.) 

Book of clerical anecdotes. 1881. 

244L336b 



Liefde, Jan de. 

Signet-ring, and other gems; from the 
Dutch, i860. 244L719S 

Life of Saint Mary Magdalen: tr. from the 
Italian of an unknown fourteenth cen- 
tury writer by V. Hawtrey. 1904. 

244X25h 
Life's last hours, n. d. in 940.4X420 

Lorenz, Edmund S., comp. 

Gospel worker's treasury of hymn and re- 
vival anecdotes. 1897. 244L869g 
Sacrum commercium beati FranCisci cum 
Domina Paupertate. 
The Lady Poverty; a XIII century alle- 
gory; tr. and ed. by M. CarmichaeL 
1901. 244S123C 
Sienkiewicz, Henryk. 
Judgment of Peter and Paul on Olympus, 
[and] Be thou blessed; tr. from the Po- 
lish by J. Curtin. 1900. 244S572J 
Stevenson, William. 
Legends and commemorative celebrations 
of St. Kentigern, his friends and dis- 
ciples. 1874. 244S848I 
Van Dyke, Henry J. 

Spirit of Christmas. 1905. 244V248S 

245. HYMNOLOGY. RELIGIOUS 

POETRY. 

Benson, Louis F. 

Studies of familiar hymns. 1903. 

245B4765 

Bernard of Morlaix, monk of Cluny. 

Rhvthm ... on the electial country; 
ed. and tr. by J. M. Neale. 

n. d. 245.7Bsi9r 
Breed, David R. 
History and use of hymns and hymn- 
tunes. 1903. 24SB832 
Brownlie, John. 

Hymns and hymn writers of the church 
hymnary. [1899] 245B885h 

Brownlie, John, tr. 

Hymns of the Greek church, with introd. 

and notes. 1900. 245.8B885h 

Coxe, A. Cleveland. 

The paschal; poems for Passion-tide and 

Easter. 1889. 245 . i C88op 

Dufiield, Samuel W. 

English hymns. Ed. 2. 1886. 245.2D857e 



88 



RELIGION. 



Duffield, Samuel W. 

Latin hymn-writers and their hymns; cd, 
and completed by R. E. Thompson. 

1889. 245.7D8S7I 

Faber, Frederick W. 

Hymns. 1888. 245.2Fii4h 

Foster, Elon, ed. 
Cyclopaedia of poetry. 2v. 1872-1881. 

r245F7S4 

Grant, Peter. 

Dain spioradail; Gaelic hymns. Ed. 19. 
1903. 245.96G763 

Harger, Martha, comp. 

Prayers from the poets. 1891. 245H279P 
Harvard university. 

University hymn book. 1896. 245H339U 

Horder, W. Garrett. 

The hymn lover; account of the rise and 

growth of English hymnody. Ed. 2. 

n. d. 24S.2H8o9h 

Horder, W. Garrett, ed. 

Treasury of American sacred song. 1896. 

245.iH8o9t 

Hosmer, Frederick L., and Gannett Wil- 
liam C. 

Thought of God in hymns and poems. 2v. 
1886- 1894. 245.iH826t 

Julian, John, ed. 

Dictionary of hymnology. 1892. 

r24S.03j9S 

Keble, John. 

Christian year. n. d. 245.-2K26 

King, James. 

Anglican hymnology. 1885. 245.2K53 

Leask, G. A. 

Hymn-writers of the nineteenth century. 
1902. 24S.2L439 

Mack, Anna E., ed. 

Heaven's distant lamps. 1900. 245Mi52h 
Mackrell, Mrs. Perceval^ comp. 

Hymns of the Christian centuries. 1903. 

245M174 

Mant, Richard. 

Ancient hymns from the Roman breviary, 

to which are added original hymns. 

1871. 24SM289 

Nott, Charles C, [ed.] 

Seven great hymns of the mediaeval 
church. Ed. 6. 1870. 245.7N915.1 



Same. 1902. 245.7N915.2 

Palmer, Roundell, earl of Selbome. 

Book of praise from the best English 

hymn-writers. 1864. 245.2P175 

Hymns; their history and development in 

the Greek and Latin churches, Germany 

and Great Britain. 1892. 245Pi75h 

Parker, WilUam H. 

Psalmody of the church. 1889. 

245P244P 

Protestant Episcopal church. 

Hymnal according to the use of the 
Protestant Episcopal church in the 
United States of America. 1882. 

r245.iP966 

Rider, Georgc^T., [comp.] 
Lyra Americana. 1865. 245.1R543I 

Lyra Anglicana. 1865. 245.2R543I 

Scha£F, Philipv comp. 

Christ in song; hymns of Immanuel, se- 
lected from all ages, with notes. 2v. 
1895. 245S295C 

Scha£F, Philip, and Gilman, Arthur, ed. 
Library of religious poetry. 1882. 

r24sS295l 

Smith, Nicholas. 

Hymns historically famous. 1901. 

245S6s5h 

Stead. William T., [comp.] 

Hymns that have helped. 1897. 245S798h 
[Whitmarsh, C. S., and Guild, A. E., comp.] 

Hymns of the ages. 2v. 1861. 245W615 
Winkworth, Catherine. 

Christian singers of Germany. 1869. 

245.3W775 

246. ECCLESIOLOGY. SYMBOL- 
ISM. RELIGIOUS ART. 

Allen, J. Romilly. 

Early Christian symbolism in Great Bri- 
tain and Ireland before the thirteenth 
century. 1887. 246A427e 

Monumental history of the carjy British 
church. 1889. 246A427m 

Clement, Mrs. Clara Erskine. 
Handbook of Christian symbols and 
stories of the saints as illustrated in 
art; ed. by K. E. Conway. 1886. 

246C626h 



RELIGION. 



89 



Ctttts, Edward L. 

History of early Christian art. 1893. 

246C992 

Same. r246C992 

Didron, Adolphe N. 

Christian iconography; or, History of 
Christian art in the middle ages; tr. 
from the French by E. J. Millington and 
completed by M. Stokes. 2v. 1886. 

246D5S8 

Dnrandus, Gulielmus. 

Symbolism of churches and church orna- 
ments; tr. of the first book of the Ra- 
tionale divinorum officiorum; with in- 
trod, and notes by J. M. Neale and B. 
Webb. 1893. 246D950S 

£vans, Edward P. 

Animal symbolism in ecclesiastical archi- 
tecture. 1896. 246E90 
Hulmc^ F. Edward. 

History, principles and practice of sym- 
bolism in Christian art. 1891. 246H9i5h 
Tnman, Thomas. 

Ancient pagan and modern Christian sym- 
bolism. Ed. 4. 1884. 246157a 
Joannes Damascenus, St. 

St. John Damascene on holy images, fol- 
lowed by three sermons on the assump- 
tion; tr. from the original Greek by M. 
H. Allies. 1898. 246.3J63S 

Rip, William I. 

Catacombs of Rome as illustrating the 
church of the first three centuries. Ed. 
4. 1859. 246K57 

Lrowrie, Walter. 

Monuments of the early church. 1901. 

246L92im 
LrUbke, WUhelm, ed. 

Der todtentanz in der Marienkirche zu 
Berlin; bild und text. 1861. 

frG-246.5L93i 
Lnndy, John P. 

Monumental Christianity. 1876. 

246L962m 
Northcote, J. Spencer. 

Roman catacombs. 1859. 246N873r 

Parker, John H. 

The catacombs. 1877. 9i3-376P240c 

Smith, Henry J. 

Illustrated symbols and emblems of the 
Jewish, early Christian, Greek, Latin 



and modern churches. 1900. qr246S648 
Southesk, James Carnegie^ 6th earl of. 
Origins of Pictish symbolism. 1893. 

r246.2S725 

Stokes, Margaret. 

Early Christian art in Ireland, n. d. 

246S87Se 

Twining, Louisa. 

Symbols and emblems of early and me- 
diaeval Christian art. 1885. 246T974S 
Tyrwhitt, R. St. John. 

Art teaching of the primitive church. 
[1881.] 246T994 

Withrow, WiUiam H. 

Catacombs of Rome and their testimony 
relative to primitive Christianity, n. d. 

246W825 

247. SACRED FURNITUBEuVElST. 
MENTS. ORNAMENTS. 

Barrett, William A. 

Flowers and festivals; or, Directions for 
the floral decoration of churches. Ed. 
2. 1873. 247B274f 

Blake, WiUiston. 
The cross, ancient and modern. 1888. 

247,9B636c 

Brock, Mourant. 

. The cross, heathen and Christian. Ed. 2. 
1880. 247.9B864C 

Cotman, John S. [artist.] 
Engravings of sepulchral brasses in Nor- 
folk [and] Suffolk. 2v. 1838. 

fr247.3C844e 
Dolby, Anastasia. 

Church vestments. 1868. 247.7D661 

Macalfster, Robert A. S. 

Ecclesiastical vestments. 1896. 

247. 7M 1 13 

Paley, Frederick A., ed. 

Illustrations of baptismal fonts. 1844. 

r247.iPiS7 
Parker, John H. 

Church and altar decorations and mosaic 

pictures. 1876. 9i3.376P240ch 

Fugin, A. Welby, comp. 

Glossary of ecclesiastical ornament and 

costume; enlarged and rev. by B. Smith. 

Ed. 3. 1868. fr247P979g 



90 



RELIGION. 



Kichter, Jean P., and Taylor, A. Cameron. 
Golden age of classic Christian art. 1904. 

fr247.4R534g 
Seymour, William W. 

The cross; its tradition, history and art. 

1898. q247.9S522c 
Wall, J. Charles. 

Shrines of British saints. 1905. 

247W187S 

248. PERSONAL RELIGION. 
ASCETICISM. 

Acland, John E. 

Little Gidding and its inmates in the time 

of Charles I, with an account of the 

Harmonies designed and constructed 

by Nicholas Ferrar. 1903. 248A184I 

Aitken, W. Hay M. H. 

Divine ordinance of prayer. Ed. 2. 1903. 

248A311 
Babcock, Maltbie D. 
Thoughts for every-day living. 1901. 

248Bii3t 
Black, Hugh. 

Culture and restraint 1901. 248B626 

Charbonnel, Victor. 
Victory of the will; tr. by E. Whitney. 

1899. 248C469V 
Clarke, James F. 

Christian doctrine of prayer. Ed. 7. 1869. 

248CS98 
Dale, Robert W. 

Laws of Christ for common life. Ed. 12. 
1903. 248D139I 

Day, Ernest E. 

Seeking the kingdom. 1904. 248D274S 
Dole, Charles F. 

Religion of a gentleman. 1900. 248D662r 
Dresser. Horatio W. 

The Christ ideal. 1901. 248D773C 

Drummond, Henry. 

Ideal life. 1898. 248D794i 

Heuser, Herman J. 

Harmony of the religious life. Ed. 3. 

1903. . 248H594 

Huntington, William R. 

The spiritual house. Ed. 3. 1895. 

248H953S 
Hyde, WiUiam D. 
Jesus' way. 1902. 248H99SJ 



Johnson, Elias H. 

The highest life . . incluc 

friendly analysis of the Keswick 
ment. Ed. 2. 1861. 2 

Kilpatrick, Thomas B. 

Christian character. 1899. : 

Larcom, Lucy. 

The unseen friend. 1892. 24^ 

McLaren, William E. 
Practice of the interior life. 1897. 

248 
Miller, James R. 
Face of the Master. 1903. 248 

Finding the way. 1904. 248 

Murray, Andrew. 

Ministry of intercession. 1898. 

248! 
Newbolt, WUliam C. E. 

Religion. 1905. 24^ 

Parkhurst, Charles H. 
Sunny side of Christianity. 1901. 

24! 

Pearse, Mark G. 

Christianity of Jesus Christ; is it 
1901. 24I 

Phelfis, Austin. 

The still hour. i860. 24I 

Prime, Samuel I. 

Five years of prayer, with the an 
1864. 24) 

Ribet, J6rdme. 

L'ascetique chretienne. Ed. 3. 190 

F-2. 

Savage, Minot J. 

Religious life. 1885. 24 

Seward, Theodore F. 

Spiritual knowing. 1901. 248! 

Smith, Mrs. Hannah W. 

Christian's secret of a happy life. 

:? i •' 24! 

Speer, Robert E. 

Christ and life. 1901. 24^ 

Spurgeon, Charles H. 
The saint and his Saviour. 1859. 

24I 

Stoddard, Charles W. 

A troubled heart and how it was 
forted at last. 1885. 2. 

[Tileston, Mary W., ed.] 
Daily strength for daily needs. 189 

24S 



\ 



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91 



[Tilcston, Mary W., e<}.] 

Joy and strength for the pilgrim's day. 

1901. 248TS72J 
Prayers, ancient and modern. 1903. 

248T572P 

Tolman, Herbert C. 

Urbs beata; a vision of the perfect life. 

1902. 248T652U 
Uchimura, Kanzo. 

Diary of a Japanese convert. 1895. 

248Ui7d 
Upham, Thomas C. 
Principles of the interior or hidden life. 
Ed. 8. 1859. 248U69P 

Walpole, Geortce H. S. 

Vital religion. [1902.] 248W217 

Ware, Henry, jr. 

Formation of the Christian character. 

1831. 248W269f 

WJson, Sara W., and Hussey, Martha S., 

comp. 

Helps by the way. 1886. 248W753h 

249. FAMILY DEVOTIONS. 

Stevenson, Robert L. 
Prayers written at Vailima. 1904. 

249S848P 

250. HOMILETICS. 

Abbott, IfymaxL 

Christian ministry. 1905. 250A133C 

Blunt. John H. 
Dircctorum pastorale; thtf principles and 
practice of pastoral work in the church 
of England. 1888. 25oB659d 

Child, Frank S. 
Colonial parson of New England. 1896. 

250C53S 
Gibbons, James. 

Ambassador of Christ. 1896. 250G439 
Gladden, Washington. 
Christian pastor and the working church. 
1906. 250G542C 

Griflis, WiUiam E. 
Sunny memories of three pastorates, with 
a selection of sermons and essays. 
1903. 250G852S 

Ingram, Arthur F. W. 

Work in great cities. [1895.] 250IS4 



Jackson, Thomas. 

Curiosities of the pulpit and pulpit litera- 
ture, nj d. 250J14 
McLaren, William E. 

The holy priest. 1899. 25oMi63h 

Marshall, Thomas W. M. 

My clerical friends and their relations to 
modern thought. 1873. 25oM369m 

Mather, Cotton. 

Student and preacher. 1789. 250M424S 
Spooner, Edward. 

Parson and people. 1865. 250S764P 

Spurgeon, Charles H. 

Lectures to my students. 2v. n. d. 

250S772I 
Watson, John, (pseud. Ian Maclaren.) 

Church folks. 1900. 2S0W339C 

251. PREACHING. 

Alexander, James W. 

Thoughts on preaching. 1861. 25iA376t 
Beecher, Henry W. 

Yale lectures on preaching. 1872. 

25184157 
Behrends, Adolphus J. F. 

Philosophy of preaching. 1899. 

251B422P 
Brooks, Phillips. 

Lectures on preaching. 1902. 

251B872I 
[Bums, Jabez.] 
Pulpit cyclopaedia and Christian minis- 
ter's companion. 1903. r25iB966p 
Dupanloup, F^lix. 
Ministry of preaching; tr. by S. J. Eales. 
n. d. 25iD93om 
Hood, Edwin P. 
Lamps, pitchers and trumpets. 2v. n. d. 

251H776 
Horton, Robert F. 

Verbum Dei. 1893. 25iH823v 

Jefferson, Charles E. 

Minister as prophet. 1905. 25ij45m 

Quiet hints to growing preachers in my 
study. 1901. 25ij45q 

Kennard, J. Spencer. 

Psychic power in preaching; ed. . . . 
by J. S. Kennard. 1901. 251K35 

Ker, John. 

Lectures on the history of preaching; ed. 
by A. R. Macewen. 1888. 251K39I 



»2 



RELIGION. 



Little, Henry W. 

Arrows for the king's archers. 1892. 

251L778 

Lyman, Albert J. 

Preaching in the new age. 1902. 

251L986 

McConnell, Samuel D. 

Sermon stuff. 2v. 1888. 251M128S 

Parker, Joseph. 

Ad clerum. 1871. 251P241 

Pattison, T. Harwood. 

Making of the sermon. 1902. 2SiP32im 

Phelps, Austin. 

Men and books; or. Studies in homiletics. 

1898. ' 2SiP537m 

Theory of preaching. 1905. 25iP537t 

Robinson, Ezekiel G. 

Lectures on preaching. 1883. 251R661 
Rusldny John. 
Letters to the clergy on the Lord's prayer 
and the church, with replies from cler- 
gy and laity; ed. . . . by F. A. Malle- 
son. Ed. 3. 1896. 251R956I 

Schuech, Ignaz. 

Priest in the pulpit; adapted from the 
German by B. Luebbermann. 1894. 

2S1S38SP 
Same. r25iS38sp 

Stalker, James. 

Preacher and his models. 1903. 

2SI.S782P 

StoxTS, Richard S. 

Conditions of success in preaching with- 
out notes. 1875. 251S886C 
Van Dyke, Henry J. 

Gospel for an age of doubt. 1896. 

25iV248g 
Watson, John, (pseud. Ian Maclaren.) 
Cure of souls. 1896. 2S1W339C 



2S2A133S 



252. SERMONS. 

Abbott, Lyman. 

Signs of promise. 1889. 
Arbuthnot, George, ed. 
Shakespeare sermons preached in the col- 
legiate church of Stratford-on-Avon. 
1900. 252.9A669S 

Arnold, Thomas. 
Sermons preached in the chapel of Rugby 
school. 1846. 252.5A7S9S 



Banks, Louis A. 

The unexpected Christ. 1898. 252B219U 
Baxter, James J. 

Sermons from the Latins; adapted from 
Bellarmin, Segneri and other sources. 
1902. 252B355 

Beecher, Henry W. 
Plymouth pulpit sermons. 4v. 1875. 

252B415PI 
Sermons in Plymouth church. 1870. 

252B4i5se 

[Boyd, Andrew K. H.] 

Counsel and comfort spoken from a city 

pulpit. 1864. 252B791C 

Graver thoughts of a country parson. 

1863. 2S2B79ig 

Brooke, Stopford A. 

Faith and freedom. 1881. 252B87if 

Gospel of joy. 1898. 2S2B87ig 

Brooks, Phillips. 

Sermons. 9v. 1903- 1904. 252B872S 

Burrell, David J. 

Quiver of arrows; selected by T. Douglas. 
1902. 252B969 

Bushnell, Horace. 

Christ and his salvation. Ed. 3. 1865. 

252B979C 

Butler, Joseph. 

Sermons. 1858. 252B985S 

Chadwick, John W. 

[Sermons.] 1884-1887. 252C432S 

Chalmers, Thomas. 
Discourses on the application of Chris- 
tianity to the commercial- and ordinary 
affairs of life. 1857. 2S2C437^ 

Churton, Ralph. 
Eight sermons on the prophecies respect- 
ing the destruction of Jerusalem- 
(Bampton lectures.) 1785. 252C565 
Cobb, John. 
Eight sermons. (Bampton lectures.) 
1783. 252C565 

Collier, Price. 

Sermons. 18^2. 252C7015 

Collier, Robert L. 
Every-day subjects in Sunday sermons. 
1872. 252C703C 

Collyer, Robert. 
The life that now is. 1871. 252C715I 



RELIGION. 



93 



lorgc. 

sermons. (Bampton lectures.) 

2S2C941 
38elle T. 

IS crystal; talks to children. 1887. 

2S2C951C 

Samuel M. 
fhtly sermons. 2v. 1895-1898. 

2520952! 
ers of one body." 1892. 252C952m 
,, Andrew B. 

g upon God; ed. by J. A. Paterson. 

252D251W 
, Jonas P. F. 
: addresses to clergy. 1903. 

252D252 
addresses to women. 1903. 

252D252r 

, Randall T. 

m opportunities. 1904. 252D253C 

>rville. 

eat commandments. 1876. 

252D5i9t 
Timothy. 
its of and for the inner life. 1899. 

252D993t 
rederic W. 
man, and other sermons. 1893. 

252F242f 

workers. 1891. 252F242S 

s and addresses delivered in Amer- 
1886. 252F242se 

and present day questions. 1891. 

252F242S0 
>hn. 

s delivered at Broadmead chapel 
>1. 2v. 1880. 252F7S5I 

WilHam C. 

f miracle. 1882. 252Gi99y 

William C, and Jones, Jenkin L. 
th that makes faithful. 1905. 

252Gi99f 
Washington, 
does the sky begin? 1904. 

252G542W 
Thomas. 
y; its sins and sorrows, i860. 

252G984C 

Villiam R. 

n and the higher life. 1904. 

252.5H295r 



2S2H529W 



Hepworth, George H. 

We shall live again. 1903. 
Herford, Brooke. 
Anchors of the soul. 1905. 

252H544 

Hodges, George. 

Christianity between Sundays. 1892. 

252H688C 
Human nature of the saints. 1904. 

252H688htt 
Hopkins, Mark. 
Teachings and counsels; twenty baccalau- 
reate sermons. 1887. 252.5117951 
Hughes, Hugh P. 
Social Christianity. Ed. 3. 1890. 

252H893S 
Huntington, Frederick D. 
Christian believing and living, i860. 

252H951C 
Sermons for the people. Ed. 7. 1862. 

252H951S 
Hyacinthe, Pire. (Charles J. M. Loyson.) 
Discourses on various occasions; tr. by 
L. W. Bacon. 1869. 252H992d 

Jefferson, Charles E. 

Doctrine and deed. [1901.] 252j45d 

Jones, Jenkin L. 

Jess; bits of wayside gospel. 1899. 

252J76J 

Search for an infidel; bits of wayside gos- 
pel, second series. 1901. 252J76S 
Jowett, Benjamin. 

College sermons; ed. by W. H. Fremantlc. 
1895. 252.5J86 

Sermons, biographical and miscellaneous; 
ed. by W. H. Fremantle. 1S99. 

252j86sb 

Jowett, J. H. 

Apostolic optimism, and other sermons. 
1902. 252J87 

King, Thomas S. 

Christianity and humanity; ed. by E. P. 
Whipple. 1897. 252K54C 

Kingsley, Charles. 
Good news of God. 1898. 252K55g 

Sermons for the times. 1898. 

252K55sf 

Sermons on national subjects. 1890. 

252K55S0 

Water of life, and other sermons. 1897. 

252K55W 



94 



KELIGION. 



Latimer, Hugh. 
Sermon on the ploughers; ed. by E. 
Arber. (English reprints.) 1868. 

252L358S 
Seven sermons before Edward VI; ed. by 
E. Arber. (English reprints.) 1869. 

2S2L358se 
Lawrence, William. 
Visions and service; fourteen discourses 
delivered in college chapels. 1896. 

252.5L424V 
Lever, Thomas. 
Sermons; ed. by E. Arber. (English re- 
prints.) 1870. 252L660S 
Liddon, Henry P. 

Christmastide in St. Paul's. 1903. 

252L713C 
Easter in St. Paul's; sermons chiefly on 
the resurrection. 1901. 252L7i3e 

Passiontide sermons. 1903. 252L713P 

Sermons. 1891. 252L713S 

Sermons on Old Testament subjects. 
1898. 252L7i3se 

Sermons on some words of Christ. 1899. 

252L7i3seo 
Some elements of religion. Ed. 6. 1904. 

252L713SO 
Longfellow, Samuel. 
Essays and sermons; ed. by J. May. 1894. 

252L8S4 

Lushington, F. de W. 

Sermons to young boys, delivered at Els- 
tree school. 1901. 252.5L969 
M'Conaughy, David. 

Discourses, chiefly biographical, of per- 
sons eminent in sacred history. 1850. 

252 M 129a 
MacDonald, George. 
Hope of the gospel. 1892. 252Mi35h 

Unspoken sermons. 1871. 252M135U 

Maclaren, Alexander. 

Christ in the heart, and other sermons. 

1902. 252M162C 

Secret of power, and other sermons. 1902. 

252M162S 
Sermons preached in Manchester. 3v. 
1902. 252Mi62se 

Triumphant certainties, and other ser- 
mons. 1902. 252Ml62t 
Victor's crowns and other sermons. 
1902. 252M162V 



Week-day evening addresses, and other 

sermons. 1902. 252Mii52w 

Year's ministry. 2v. 1902. 252Mi62y 

Martineau, James. 

Endeavours after the Christian life. 1876. 

252M386 
Moberly, Robert C. 

Christ our life. 1902. 252M688C 

Monod, Adolphe, and others. 

Select discourses; tr. from the French and 

German by H. C. Fish and D. W. Poor. 

i860. 252M751S 

Moody, Dwight L. 

Great joy. 1876. 252M8i6g 

Morres, Robert. 
bight sermons. (Bampton lectures.) 
1791. 252M873 

Munger, Theodore T. 
Appeal to life. 1887. 252M965a 

Character through inspiration, and other 
papers. 1897. 252M965C 

Freedom of faith. 1893. 252M96sf 

Neale, John M. 
Occasional sermons. 1873. 252N3460 

Readings for the aged. 1888. 252N346r 
Sermons on passages from the prophets. 
^V-. n. d. 252N346S0 

Sermons preached in a religious house. 
2v. 1874. 252N346SP 

Newman, Jphn H. 
Parochial and plain sermons. 8v. 1901. 

252N553P 
Sermons bearing on subjects of the day. 

1898. 252N553S 

Park, Edwards A. 

Memorial collection of sermons; comp. 
by his daughter. 1902. 252P235 

Parker, Theodore. 
West Roxbury sermons, 1837-1848. 1892. 

252P243W 
Peabody, Francis G. 
Afternoons in the college chapel. 1900. 

252.5P351 
Mornings in the college chapel. 1896. 

252.5P35ini 
Peabody, Francis C^and others. 
Harvard vespers, 1886-1888. 1888. 

252.SP35ih 
Porter, Noah. 
Fifteen years in the chapel of Yale col- 
lege, 1871-1886. 1888; 252.5P847f 



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95 



lUinsf ord, William S. 

Reasonableness of faith, and other ad- 
dresses. 1902. 2S2Ris8r 

Kickaby, Joseph. 

Oxford and Cambridge conferences, 1897- 
1901. 2v. 1900-1902. 252R5380 

Kobertson, Frederick W. 

Sermons preached at Brighton. 1874. 

252R651 
Sermons preached at Trinity chapel, 
Brighton, v. 2, 3, 5. 1866. 252R6SIS 
Savage, Minot J. • 

Religion for to-day. 1897 . 2S2S264r 

Seeker, William. 

Nonsuch professor in his meridian splen- 
dour. i860. 252S445n 
Shntter, Marion D. 

Child of nature. 1895. 252S564C 

Simpson, Matthew. 

Sermons; ed. by G. R. Crooks. 1885. 

252S612S 
Smith, Sydney. 

Miscellaneous sermons. 1846. 252S66lm 
South, Robert. 

Sermons. 2v. 1859. 25287263 

Spurgeon, Charles H. 

Messages to the multitude. 1892. 

252S772m 
Twelve Christmas sermons, n. d. 

2S2S772tC 

Twelve missionary sermons, n. d. 

2S2S772tm 
Twelve New Year sermons, n. d. 

252S772tn 

Twelve revival sermons, n. d. 252S772tr 

Twelve sermons for Christian workers. 

n. d. 252S772ts 

Twelve sermons for inquirers, n. d. 

2S2S772tsf 
Twelve sermons on conversion, n. d. 

252S772tSC 

Twelve sermons on holiness, n* d. 

2S2S772th 
Twelve sermons on hope. n. d. 

252S772tho 
Twelve sermons on joy. n. d. 252S772tj 
Twelve sermons on praise, n. d. 

2S2S772tpr 
Twelve sermons on prayer, n. d. 

252S772tpra 



Twelve sermons on precious promises. 

n. d. 252S772tpre 

Twelve sermons on repentance, n. d. 

252S772tsr 
Twelve sermons on the plan of salvation. 

n. d. 2S2S772tp 

Twelve sermons on the prodigal son and 

other texts in Luke xv. n. d. 

252S772tpro 
Twelve sermons on the resurrection. 

n. d. 252S772tre 

Twelve sermons on the second coming of 

Christ, n. d. 252S772tss 

Twelve sermons on unbelief, n. d. 

252S772tu 
Twelve sermons on vital questions, n. d. 

252S772tv 
Twelve soul winning sermons, n. d. 

252S772tSO 

Stanley, Arthur P. 
Sermons preached before the Prince of 
Wales during his tour in the East, 1862. 
1863. 252S787S 

Stubba, William. 
Visitation charges; ed. by E. E. Holmes. 
1904. 252.1S933V 

Talmage, T. De Witt. 

Sermons delivered in the Brooklyn Tab- 
ernacle. 1872. 2S2T1SIS 
Tauler, Johann. 

Inner way. n. d. 252T225 

Taylor, Jeremy. 

Sermons. 1859. 2S2T242S 

Trench, Richard C. 

Hulsean lectures. Ed. 4. 1859. 252T793h 
Unity church-door pulpit, 1884-1886. 

2S2U58 
Van Dyke, Henry J. 

Joy and power. 1903. 252V248J 

Watson, John, (pseud. Ian Maclaren.) 

Mind of the Master. 1896. 252W339m 

The upper room. 1895. 252\V339u 

Whipple, Henry B. 

Address . . . 2Sth anniversary of his 

election as Bishop of Minnesota. 1884. 

2S2W574 
Wilberforce, Samuel. 

Addresses to candidates for ordination, 
and on questions in the ordination ser- 
vice, n. d. 252.7W664 



96 



HELI6I0N. 



Wiseman, Nicholas. 
Sermons preached on various occasions, 
n. d. 252W814S 

253. EVANGELISTIC WORK. 

Dawson, William J. 
The evangelistic note. 1905. 253D272e 

254. TITHES. CELIBACY. 

Clarke, Henry W. 

History of tithes. Ed. 2. 1894. 254CS98h 
Hancock, T. 

Puritans and the tithes. 1905. 2S4H23SP 
Lea, Henry C. 

Historical sketch of sacerdotal celibacy in 
the Christian church. 1867. 2S4L433h 

258. PARISH CARE OF SICK, 

ETC. 



Rogers, Clement F. 
Charitable relief. 1904. 

Welsh, William, ed. 
Women helpers in the church. 



258R724C 

1872. 
258W463 



260. CHURCH. INSTUTIONS 
AND WORK, 

Allen, Alexander V. G. 

Christian institutions. 1897. 260A422C 

Cunningham, John. 

Growth of the church in its organisation 
and institutions. 1886. 260C973 

Gladstone, William E. 
Gleanings of past years, 1843-1878; eccle- 
siastical. 2v. n. d. 

in 824.89G543g v. 5-6 

Gordon, Adoniram J. 

How Christ came to church. 1904. 

26oG66ih 

Lewis, Abram H. 

Paganism surviving in Christianity. 1892. 

260L673 

Lowrie, Walter. 

The church and its organization in prim- 
itive and Catholic times; an interpreta- 
tion of Rudolph Sohm's Kirchenrecht. 
V. I. 1904. 260L921C 



Moberly, Robert C. 
Problems and principles; ed. by R. B. 
Rackham. 1904. 26oM688p 

Pierson, Arthur T. 
Forward movements of the last half cen- 
tury. 1900. 26oP623f 
PuUan, Leighton. 

Christian tradition. 1902. 260P982 

Rashdall, Hastings. 

Christus in ecclesia; sermons on the 
church and its institutions. 1904. 

260R224C 
Stanley, Arthur P. 
Christian institutions. 1881. 260S787 

261. CHURCH INFLUENCE. 

Abbott, Lyman. 

Christianity and social problems. i8g6. 

261A133C 

Benson, Edward W. 

Christ and his times. 1889. 261B475C 

Brace, Charles L. 

Gesta Christi. Ed. 4. 1884. 26167968 

Brooks, Phillips. 

Influence of Jesus. (Bohlen lectures.) 

1902. 26iB872i 

Chandler, George. 

Scheme of divine revelation considered 

principally in its connection with the 

progress and improvement of human 

society. (Bampton lectures.) 1825. 

261C4S6 

Church sociables and entertainments. 189^ 

261X12C 

Commons, John R. 
Social reform and the church. 1894. 

261C754S 

Cressey, Frank G. 

The church and young men. 1903. 

261C92IC 

Ede, W. Moore. 

Attitude of the church to some of the so- 
cial problems of town life. (Hulseafl 
lectures.) Ed. 3. 1896. 261E22 

Ely, Richard T. 
Social aspects of Christianity, and other 
essays. 1889. 261E545 

Fremantle, William H. 
World as the subject of redemption. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1892. 26iF869f 



RELIGION. 



97 



Gladden, Washington. 

Applied Christianity. 1886. 26iG542a 

Christian league of Connecticut. 1883. 

261G542C 

Ruling ideas of the present age. 1895. 

26iG542r 

Social salvation. 1902. 261G542S 

Hardy, Edwin N. 

Churches and educated men. 1904. 

261H269C 

HiUis, Newell D. 
Influence of Christ in modern life. 1901. 

26iH654i 

Ireland, John. 
Church and modern society. 2v. 1896- 
1904. 261I6SC 

Judson, Edward. 
The institutional church. 1899. 

26ij93i 

Loomis, Samuel L. 
Modern cities and their religious prob- 
lems. 1887. 26iL863m 
Mathews, Shailer. 
Social teaching of Jesus. 1902. 

261 M 429s 

Mead, George W. 
Modern methods in church work. 1897. 

26iM478m 
^eabody, Francis G. 
Jesus Christ and the social question. 

1902. 261P351J 
[iHitnani, Ellen T. H.] 

Where is the city? Ed. 2. 1868. 

261P989W 

Strong, Josiah. 

New era. 1893. 26iS923m 

Religious movements for social better- 
ment. 1900. 26iS923r 
Sunday-school and church entertainments. 

1903. 261X43S 

Voltaire, Francois M. Arouet de. 

Treatise on toleration. 1901. 

in r848.5V935w v. 4 

IVard, Julius H. 

Church in modern society. 1889. 

261W2S9C 

Wcstcott, Brooke F. 
Social aspects of Christianity. Ed. 3. 
1900. 261W524S 



Zimmer, Heinrich. 
Irish element in mediaeval culture; tr. by 
J. L. Edmands. 1891. 261.5Z72 

262. ECCLESIASTICAL POLITY. 

Cooke, Richard J. 

Historic episcopate; a study of Anglican 
claims and Methodist orders. 1896. 

262.i7C772h 

Faussett, Godfrey. 

Claims of the established church to ex- 
clusive attachment and support, and 
the dangers which menace her from 
schism and indifference. (Bampton lec- 
tures.) 1820. 262F267 
Hamack, Adolf. 

Sources of the apostolic canons, with 
. . . Origin of the readership and 
other lower orders; tr. by L. A. Wheat- 
ley, with introd. essay by J. Owen. 
1895. 262.6H289 

Hatch, Edwin. 

Organization of the early Christian 
churches. (Bampton lectures.) Ed. 3. 
1888. 262H361 o 

Hooker, Richard. 

Laws of ecclesiastical polity, books 1-4; 
introd. by H. Morley. 1888. 262H784I 

Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity, book 
i; ed. by R. W. Church. 1888. 

262H784 DC 

Works; with . . . life by I. Walton; 
new ed. . . . by J. Keble. 3v. in 4. 
1836. 262H784W 

Hort, Fenton J. A. 

Christian ecclesia. 1900. 262H821 

Huntington, Frederick D. 
Personal religious life in the ministry and 
in ministering women. 1900. 

262H951P 
Leo XIII, pope. 

Great encyclical letters of Pope Leo 
XIII; tr. from approved sources. 1903. 

262.8L577 ' 

Lowndes, Arthur. 

Vindication of Anglican orders. 2v. 
1897. 262.17L919 

Manning, Henry E. 

The eternal priesthood, n. d. 262.iM284e 



98 



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Miller, SamueL 
Essay on the warrant, nature and duties 
of the office of the ruling elder in the 
Presbyterian church. 1832. 262.15M652 
Newbolt, William C. £. 
Priestly blemishes. 1902. 262.1N534 

Priestly ideals. Ed. 2. 1899. 262.1NS34P 
Ryan, Stephen V. 
Claims of a Protestant Episcopal bishop 
to apostolic succession and valid orders 
disproved. 1880. 262.11R989 

Spalding, John F. 
The church and its apostolic ministry. 

1887. 262.11S733C 
Whitham, A. R. 

Holy orders. 1903- 262.1W597 

263. SABBATH. SUNDAY. 

Andrews, John N. 

History of the Sabbath and first day of 
the week. Ed. 2. 1873. 263A567 

E^rle, Mrs. Alice M. 
Sabbath in Puritan New England. 1891. 

263E11S 
Gamble, H. R. 
Sunday and the Sabbath. 1901. 

263G192S 
Hessey, James A. 

Sunday; its origin, history and present 
obligation. (Bampton lectures.) i860. 

263H587 
Jones, Alonzo T. 

National Sunday law. 1892. 263.8j76n 
Lewis^ Abram H. 
Critical history of Sunday legislation. 

1888. 263.8L673 
Whipple, Charles K., and others. 

How shall we keep Sunday? 1898. 

263W574h 

264. PUBLIC WORSHIP. RIT- 
UAL. 

firewster, H. Pomeroy. 

Saints and festivals of the Christian 
church. 1904. r264B848s 

Hall, Charles C, and others. 

Christian worship. 1897. •^ 264H174C 
[Neale, John M.] 
Notes on the divine ofHce, historical and 
mystical, n. d. 264N346n 



O'Brien, John. 

History of the mass and its ceremonies in 
the Eastern and Western church. Ed. 
14. 1888. 2640i4h 

Wright, John. 

Early prayer books of America. 1896. 

016.264W949 

PRIMITIVE AND ORIENTAL 
CHURCHES. 

Neale, John M., ed. 

Liturgies of S. Mark^ S. James, S. Clem- 
ent, S. Chrysostom and S. Basil. 1896. 

264.01N346 

Neale, John M., and Littledale, Richard P., 
tr. 

Liturgies of Ss. Mark, James, Clement, 
Chrysostom and Basil and the Church 
of Malabar, n. d. 264.01N346I 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Baggs, C. M. 

Ceremonies of Holy-week at the Vatican 
and S. John Lateran's described. 1859. 

264.02B144 

Duchesne, Louis. 

Christian worship, its origin and evolu- 
tion; a study of the Latin liturgy up to 
the time of Charlemagne; tr. . . . by 
M. L. McClure. 1903. 264.02D829 

Gu6ranger, Prosper. 

Liturgical year; tr. from the French by 
L. Sheppard. 14V. 1895-1903. 

264.0269^ 

Kip, William L 
Christmas holy days in Rome; ed. by W. 
Sewell. 1847. 914.56K57C 

Wiseman, Nicholas. 
Four lectures on the offices and cere- 
monies of Holy week as performed in 
the papal chapels. 1854. 264.02W814 

ANGLICAN AND AMERICAN PRO- 
TESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 



Blunt, John H., ed. 

Annotated Book of 
1884. 



common prayer. 
q264.03B659 



UKLiUlOi^. 



99 



CardwcU, Edward. 

History of conferences and other pro- 
ceedings connected with the revision of 
the Book of common prayer, from 1558 
to 1690. Ed. 3. 1849. 264,030269)0. 

Cardwell, Edward, ed. 
Two Books of common prayer set forth 
by authority of parliament in the reign 
of King Edward the Sixth compared 
with each other. 1851. 264.0302691 
Coze, A. Cleveland. 

Thoughts on the services; rev. ... by 

C. Whitehead. 1903. 264.0308801 

Gasquet, Francis A., and Bishop, Edmund. 

Edward VI and the Book of common 

prayer. Ed. 2. 1891. 264.03G25ie 

IfMkell, William. 

Ancient liturgy of the Church of England. 

Ed. 3. 1882. 264.03M39r 

Maurice, Frederick D. 

The prayer-book considered especially in 

reference to the Romish system, and 

The Lord's prayer. 1902. 264.03M454P 

Warren Frederick E., ed. 

Leofric missal as used in the cathedral of 
Exeter during the episcopate of its first 
bishop, A. D. 1050-1072. 1883. 

qr264.035W288 
Wheatly, Charles. 

Rational illustration of the Book of com- 
mon prayer of the Church of England. 
1847. 264.03Wss7r 

Wordswortlx Christopher, and Littlehales, 
Henry. 
Old service-books of the English church. 
1904, 264 . 03W924 o 

SCRIPTURE READINGS. 

Curry, Samuel S. 
Vocal and literary interpretation of the 
Bible. 1903. 264.3C976 

Rail, Arthur C. A. 
Use of Holy Scripture in the public wor- 
ship of the church. 1903. 264. 3H 174 
Stone, George M. 
Public uses of the Bible. 1890. 

264.3S878 

265. SACRAMENTS. 

Gore, Charles. 

Body of Christ. 1901. 26S.3G667 



Henry, Matthew. 

Communicant's companion, n. d. 

265. 3H 523 

Hopkins, John H. 

History of the confessional. 1850. 

265. 6H 794 

Lambing, Andrew A. 

Sacramentals of the Holy Catholic church. 
1892. 265L224S 

Paynter, Henry M. 
The holy Supper. Ed. 5. 1882. 

26S.3P347 

Robinson, Robert. 

History of baptism; ed. by D. Benedict. 
1817. 26S.1R664 

Shiells, Robert. 

Story of the token as belonging to the 
sacrament of the Lord's Supper, n. d. 

265.3S5S5t 

Vauz, William. 

Benefits annexed to a participation in the 
two Christian sacraments of baptism 
and the Lord's Supper. (Bampton lec- 
tures.) 1826. 265V386 
Wright, John. 
Restoration of the reservation of the 
blessed sacrament for the sick. 1904. 

^5 . 3 W949r 

266. MISSIONS. 

Baldwin, Stephen L. 
Foreign missions of the Protestant 
churches. 1900. 266Bi83f 

Barnes, Lemuel C. 
Two thousand years of missions before 
Carey. 1900. 266B26it 

Beach, Harlan P. 
Cross in the land of the trident. 1895. 

266B363C 
Dawn on the hills of T'ang; or, Missions 
in China. 1901. 266B363d 

Geography and atlas of Protestant mis- 
sions. 2v. 1901-1903. r266B363g 
Bliss, Edwin M., ed. 
Encyclopaedia of missions. 2v. 1891. 

r266.03B649 

Brain, Belle M. 

Fifty missionary programmes. 1901. 

r266B8i4 



406441 



100 



RELIGION. 



Broomhall, Marshall, ed. 

Martyred missionaries of the China inland 
mission, igoi. 266B874m 

Gary, Otk. 

Japan and its regeneration. 1900. 

266C333J 
Christlieb, Theodor. 
Protestant foreign missions; tr. from the 
German by D. A. Reed. 1880. 

266C556P 
Clarke, Willian N. 
Study of Christian missions. 1900. 

266C612S 
Clough, Mi^. Emma R. 
While sewing sandals; or, Tales of a Tel- 
ugu Pariah tribe. 1899. 266C644W* 

Condit, Ira M. 
The Chinaman as we see him, and fifty 
years of work for him. 1900. 

325.73C746C 
Cousins, George. 

Story of the South Seas. 1894. 

266C867S 

Cousins, William £. 

Madagascar of to-day. 1895. 266C868m 
Davenport, Arthur. 
China from within; a study of opium fal- 
lacies and missionary mistakes. 1904. 

266D247C 
Dean, John M. 
Cross of Christ in Bololand. 1902. 

266D281C 
Dennis, James S. 

Centennial survey of foreign missions; 
statistical supplement to Christian mis- 
sions and social progress. 1902. 

r266D4iic 
Christian missions and social progress. 
2v. 1898-1899, 266D4iich 

Foreign missions after a century. 1893. 

266D4nf 
Dwight, Henry O., ed. 

Blue book of missions for 1905. 1905. 

266D99ib 
Dwight, Henry O., Tnpper, Henry A., jr., 
and Bliss, Edwin M., ed. 
Encyclopaedia of missions. Ed. 2. 1904. 

r266.03B649.2 
Ecumenical missionary conference, New 
York, 1900. 



Report of the ecumenical conference on 

foreign missions, held . . . April 

21 to May I, 1900. 2v. 1900. 266Ei9r 

Same. r266Ei9r 

Edwards, E. H. 

Fire and sword in Shansi; story of the 
martyrdom of foreigners and Chinese 
Christians. [1903.] 266£25f 

EUinwood, Frank F. 
Questions and phases of modern mis- 
sions. 1899. 266£46q 
Forster, Florence E. A. 
Heralds of the cross. Ed. 2. 1883. 

266W733h 
Glover, Archibald E. 
Thousand miles of miracle in China. 
1904. 266Gs6st 

Gordon, M. Lafasrette. 
. American missionary in Japan. 1892. 

266G664 
Grant, Anthony. 

Past and prospective extension of the 
gospel by missions to the heathen. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1844. 266G759 
Guinness, Lucy E. 
Across India at the dawn of the 20th 
century. 1898. 266G965 

Guinness, M. Geraldine. 
Story of the China inland mission. 2r. 
1900. 266G966S 

Hadley, Samuel H. 

Down in Water ^treet. 1902. 266Ri3^^ 
Harris, John. 

The great commission. 1851. 266H3M? 
Harris^ S. F. 
Century of missionary martyrs. 1897. 

266H316C 

Henry, B. C. 

Cross and the dragon; or. Light in the 
broad East. 1885. 266H522C 

Hodgkins, Louise M. 
Via Christi. 1901. 266H689^ 

Same. 1903. r266H689f 

Holcomb, Mrs. Helen H. 

Men of might in India missions. I9^i- 

266H726ffl 

Hopkins, Saleni Armstrong-. 
Within the purdah; beifig the personal ob- 
servations of a medical missionary io 
India. 1898. 266H796W 



RELIGION. 



101 



Hume, Robert A. 

Missions from the modern view. 1905. 

266H923m 

Jones, John P. 
India's problem, Krishna or Christ. 1903. 

266j77i 

Kerr, J. G. 
Medical missions. 1895. 266K4im 

\ Ketler, Isaac C. 

Tragedy of Paotingfu . . . China. 1902. 

266K43t 

Krapf, Johann L. 
Travels, researches and missionary la- 
bours during an eighteen years' resi- 
dence in eastern Africa, i860. 

9i6.7K9it 

Laurence, Edward A. 
Modern missions in the East. 1895. 

266L4i9m 

Leonard, Delavan L. 
Missionary annals of the nineteenth cen- 
tury. 1899. 266L579m 
Liggins, John. 
Great value and success o{ foreign mis- 
sions. 1888. 266L723g 
Lowe, John. 
Medical missions. Ed. 5. n. d. 

266L9i3m 

MacDougall, Donald. 

Conversion of the Maoris. 1899. 

266M137C 

Mackenzie, John. 

Day-dawn in dark places; story of wan- 
derings and work in Bechwanaland. 
n. d. 266Mi56d 

Mackenzie, W. Douglas. 
Christianity and the progress of man as 
illustrated by modern missions. [1897.I 

266M157 
Marshall, Thomas W. M. 

Christian missions. 2v. 1864. 266M369 

Muon, Caroline A. 

Lux Christi; an outline study of India. 

1902. 266M398I 

Mather, E. J. 

"Nor*ard of the Dogger"; or, Deep sea 

trials and gospel triumphs; story of the 

initiation, struggles and successes of 

the missions to deep sea fishermen. 

1889. 266M425n 



Matthews, Thomas T. 
Thirty years in Madagascar. 1904. 

266M443t 
Maxwell, Mrs. Ellen B. 
The bishop's conversion. 1892. 

266M465b 
Michie, Alexander. 

Missionaries in China. 1891. 266M625m 
Moffat, Robert. 

Missionary labours and scenes in south- 
ern Africa. Ed. 11. 1848. 266M694m 
Mott, John R. 

Evangelization of the world in this gen- 
eration. 1901. 266M92ie 
Murray, Andrew. 
Key to the missionary problem. Ed. 4. 
[1902.] 266M979 
Noble, Frederic P. 

Redemption of Africa. 2v. 1899. 

266N749 

Same. r266N749 

Parson, Ellen C. 

Christus liberator; an outline study of 

Africa. 1905. 266P267C 

Paton, Frank H. L. 

Lomai of Lenakel, a hero of the New 

Hebrides. 1903. 266P311I 

Peeryv R. B. 

Gist of Japan; the islands, their people 
and missions. 1897. 266P374 

Pierson, Arthur T. 
Crisis of missions. 1886. 266P623 

Miracles of missions. 4v. 1899-1901. 

266P623m 
Modern missionary century viewed as a 
cycle of divine working. 1901. 

266P623mo 
Pitman, Mrs. Emma R. 
Lady missionaries in foreign lands, n. d. 

266P684I 

Puddef oot, WUliam G. 

Minute man on the frontier. 1895. 

266P978m 

Russell, Norman. 

Village work in India. 1902. 266R96SV 
Scudder, Mrs. Frances A. R. 
Nineteen centuries of missions. 1899. 

266S436n 
Smith, Arthur H. 

Rex Christus; an outline study of China. 
1903. 266S642r 



102 



REU6I0N. 



r266S642r 



Smith, Arthur H. 
Same. 

Smith, George. 
Conversion of India, n. d. 266S647C 

Short history of Christian missions, n. d. 

266S647S 

Speer, Robert E. 

Missionary principles and practice. 1902 

266S742m 

Missions and modern history. 2v. 1904. 

266S742mm 

Missions and politics in /Vsia. 1898. 

266S742mp 
Taylor, WUlIam. 
Ten years of self-supporting missions in 
India. 1882. 266T247t 

Thobum, James M. 

India and Malaysia. 1896. 266T449i 

Thompson, Augustus C. 
Foreign missions. 1889. 266T468f 

Same. 1892. . r266T468f 

Protestant missions. 1894. 266T468P 

Thomson, W. Bums. 

Reminiscences of medical missionary 
work. Ed. 2. 1895. 266T486r 

Thornton, Douglas. 

Africa waiting. 1900. 266TS13 

Trumbull, H. Clay. 

Old time student volunteers; my memo- 
ries of missionaries. 1902. 266T869 
tJnderwood, Mrs. Lillias H. 
Fifteen years among the top-knots; or, 
Life in Korea. 1904. 915.19U56 

Wameck, Gustav. 

Modern missions and culture; tr. from the 
German by T. Smith. 1888. 266W278m 
Outline of the history of Protestant mis- 
sions; tr. by T. Smith. 1884. 

266W278 o 
Wilder, Robert P. 
Among India's students. 1899. 

266W672 
Williamson, J. Rutter. 

Healing of the nations; treatise on medi- 
cal missions. 1899. 266VV73ih 
Young, Robert. 
Light in lands of darkness. £d. 2. 1884. 

266Y75I 
Modern missions. Ed. 3. 1884. 

266Y75m 



ROMAN CATHOLIC. 

Caddell, Cecilia M. 

History of the missions of Paraguay. 
1896. 266.2Ci2ih 

Clinch, Bryan C. 

California and its missions. 2v. 1904. 

266.2C64IC 

Donohoe, Thomas. 

Iroquois and the Jesuits. 1895. 

266.2D688i 

Hue, Evarlste R. 

Christianity in China, Tartary and Thibet 
2v. 1868. 266.2H882C 

Hudson, William H. 
Famous missions of California. 1901. 

qr266.2H888 

Jamei^ George W. 

In and out of the old missions of Cali- 
fornia. 1905. 266.2j28i 
Same. T266.2JM 
Old missions and mission Indians of Cali- 
fornia. 1895. 266.2J280 
Kip, William I. 

Early Jesuit missions in North America. 
1866. 266.2K57e 

Powers, Laura B. 

Story of the old missions of California- 
1893. 266.2P8883 

Shea, John G. 
History of the Catholic missions amoni 
the Indian tribes of the United Stated ^ 
1829-1854. 1855. 266.2S539t^ 

Smet, Pierre J. de. 
Western missions and missionaries. 1859. ^ 

266.2S639W ^ 

ANGLICAN AND AMERICAN PROTES- 
TANT EPISCOPAL. 

Amos, A., and Hough, W. W. 

Cambridge mission to South London. 
1904. 266.3A525C 

Armstrong, Mrs. £. S. 
History of the Melancsian mission. 1900. 

266.3A735h 

Barrow, A. H. 

Fifty years in western Africa. . . . West 
Indian church on the banks of the Rio 
Pongo. 1900. 266.3B276f 



RELIGION. 



103 



ynis T. 

:ctions of a missionary in the great 
1900. 266.3B8i2r 

^ Augustas C. 

in missions. 1894. 266.3B923h 
el. Amy Wilson-. 

as they are; mission work in 
lern India. 1905.' 266.3C288t 

Edward T^. 

1 missions. 1901. 266.3C564f 

l^illiam G. 
>t year in New Zealand. 1888. 

266.3C8740 

Sustus. 

ines of Australia, n. d. 

266.3H159 

rthur. 

id work of the Rev. E. J. Peck 
g the Eskimos. 1904. B-P367I 
e, George. 

^ of the Oxford mission to Cal* 
1900. 266.3L856h 

Arthur T. 

ears in Sierra Leone; story of the 
of William A. B. Johnson. . . . 
[823. 1897. 266.3P623S 

ienry W. 

1 church in other lands. (Epochs 
urch history.) 1899. 266.3T891 
rs. Mary E. 
iround the world, n. d. 

266.3T973t 

ibe, John« 

n years in Basutoland; sketch of 
in mission life. n. d. 

266. 3 W638f 

obert. 

!ape Horn to Panama. 1900. 

266.3Y7Sf 

MORAVIAN. 

ivid. 

of Greenland, including an ac- 

of the mission carried on by the 
d Brethren in that country; from 
erman. 2v. 1820. 998C893h 

J. Taylor. 

of the missions of the Moravian 
1. 1901. 266.46H2i8h 



Heckewelder, John. 

Narrative of the mission of the United 
Brethren among the Delaware and Mo- 
began Indians, 1740- 1808. 1820. 

266.46H450n 

Thpmpson, Augustus C. 

Moravian missions. 1890. 266.46T468m 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

Brain, Belle M. 

Redemption of the red man. 1904. 

266.5B8i4r 

Craig, Robert M. 

Our Mexicans. 1904. 266.5C8860 

Doyle, Sherman H. 
Presbyterian home missions. 1902. 

266.5D755 
Gibson, J. Campbell. 

Mission problems and mission methods 

* 

in south China. ,n. d. 266.5G449m 

Same. r266 . 5G449m 

Graham, J. Miller. 
East of the barrier; or. Side lights on the 
Manchuria mission. 1902.. 

266.5G739e 
Jackson^ Sheldon. 
Alaska and missions of the north Pacific 
coast. 1880. 266.5J14 

Johnston, James. 

China and Formosa, n. d. 266. 5J73C 

Pitcher, P. W. 
Fifty years in Amoy . . . China. 1893. 

266.5P682f 

Speer, Robert E. 

Presbyterian foreign missions. 1901. 

266.5S742P 

CONGREGATIONAL. 

American board of commissioners for 
foreign missions. 
Annual report, v. 82. 1892. 

r266.58A5iia 

Memorial volume of the first fifty years 

1861. 266.58A5iim 

Same. r266.58A5iim 

Missions of the American board, n. d. 

266.58Asiirai 
Coan, Titus. 
Life in Hawaii. 1882. 919.69C650I 



J 



104 



RELIGION. 



Pond, Samuel W., jr. 

Two volunteer missionaries among the 

Dakotas; or, Story of the labors of 

Samuel W. and Gideon H. Pond. 1893. 

266.58P797t 

Riggs, Stephen R. 

Tah-koo Wah-kan; or, Gospel among the 

Dakotas. n. d. 266.58R569t 

Service in the King's guards, by two of 

them. 1891. 266.58X43S 

West; Maria A. 

Romance of missions in the land of 

Ararat. Ed. 7. n. d. 266.58W5i9r 

Wheeler, Mrs. Crosby H. 

Missions in Eden; glimpses of life in the 

valley of the Euphrates. [1899.] 

266.58W562m 

BAPTIST. METHODIST, QUAKER. 

Carey, William, Williams, John, and others. 

Serampore letters; being the unpublished 

correspondence of William Carey and 

others with John Williams, 1800-1816; 

ed. by L. and M. Williams. 1892. 

266.6C276S 
Kemp, Dennis. 

Nine years at the Gold Coast. 1898. 

266.7K33n 
Lumsden, James. 

Skipper parson on the bays and barrens 
of Newfoundland. 1905. 266.7L959S 
Merriam, Edmund F. 

History of American Baptist missions. 
1900. 266.6M568h 

Replogle, Charles. 
Among the Indians of Alaska. 1904. 

266.96R424 

267. ASSOCIATIONS. 

Bacon, Leonard W., and Northrop, Charles 
A. 

Young people's societies. 1900. 

267.6Bi30y 
Booth, Bramwdl. 
Servants of all; a brief review of the call, 
character and labours of officers of the 
Salvation army. Ed. 3. n. d. 

267.15B724S 
Booth, Maud B. 
Beneath two flags. [Salvation army.] 
1890. 267.i5B72Sb 



Booth, William. 
In darkest England and the way out. 

1890. 331.887261 
Boston Young men*^ Christian union. 

Report. 2v. 1896-1898. r267.233B747r 

Clark, Francis E. 

Christian endeavor manual. I903- 

267.613C593 
Training the church of the future. 1902. 

267.6C593 

Haggard, H. Rider. 

The poor and the land; being a report on 
the Salvation army colonies in the 
United States and at Hadleigh, Eng- 
land. 1905. 267.15H145P 
Illinois Young men's Christian associa- 
tions. 

Twenty years; sketch of the .work of the 

State executive committee of Illinois 

Young men's Christian associations. 

from 1880 to 1900. 1900. 267.39X301 

Morse, Richard C. 

Fifty years of federation of the Young 
men's Christian associations of North 
America. 1905. 267.39M885f 

Pratt, Dwight M. 

Decade of Christian endeavor, 1881-1891. 

1891. 267.6i3P9i3d 

268. SUNDAY SCHOOLS. 

Adams, John. 

Primer on teaching, with special reference 
to Sunday school work. 1904. 

268A213P 

Bailey, Henry T. 

Blackboard in Sunday-school. 1899. 

268Bi54b 

Black, Israel P. 

Practical primary plans for primar> 
teachers of the Sunday school. Ed. 2. 
1903. 268B626P 

Brewer, Abraham T., [and others.] 

How to make the Sunday school go. 
1897. 268B846h 

Brown, Marianna C. 

Sunday-school movements in America. 

1901. 268B881 

Burton, Ernest D., and Mathews, Shailer. 

Principles and ideals for the Sunday 

school. Ed. 2. 1903. 268B973 



RELIGION. 



105 



^licholas M., and others. 

pies of religious education, igoi. 

268P986P 
r268B986p 
t, Pattersoiu 

of contact in teaching. Ed. 4. 
:. 268D816P 

Howard M. 

y school teacher. 1905. 268H216S 
Walter L. 
•e-work for teachers and mothers. 
;. 268H580P 

on, Mx^. Louise S. 
g Bible stories. 1905. 268H839t 

:e, Marion. 

to conduct a Sunday school. Ed. 2. 
;. 268L4i8h 

r268L4i8h 
ley, Alexander H. 
the primary, what? 1904. 

268M158 
reorge W. 
rn methods in Sunday-school work. 

268M478 
. Oscar S. 

y-school in the development of the 
jrican church. 1904. 268M620S 

jeorge W. 

le of a Bible-school curriculum. 

268P364 o 
er, Adolphus F. 

al leadership of Sunday school 
es. 1903. 268S312P 

eacher, the child and the book. 

26883121 
of working. 1895. 268S312W 

Villiam W. 

^ school teaching. 1904. 268S663S 
J, H. Clay. 

,r-school. 1904. 268T869S 

^roos R. 
'^-school success. 1897. 

268W452S 

269. REVIVALS. 

jr, Frank G. 

jr of American revivals. 1904. 

269B368h 
rt, Frederick M. 
ve traits in religious revivals. 1905. 

269D247P 



Gibson, William. 
Year of grace; history of the revival in 
Ireland, A. D. 1859. i860. 269G451 

Nott, George F. ' 
Religious enthusiasm considered. (Bamp-. 
ton lectures.) 1803. 269N916 

Pierson, Arthur T. 
The Keswick movement in precept and 
practise. 1903. 269P623 

Stead, William T., and Morgan, G. Camp- 
bell. 
Welsh revival. 1905. 269S798W 

270. RELIGIOUS HISTORY. 

Allen, Joseph H. 

Christian history in its three great 
periods. 3v. 1883. 270A427 

Fragments of Christian history, to the 
foundation of the Holy Roman empire. 
1880. 27oA427f 

Outline of Christian history, A. D. 50- 
1880. 1886. 270A427 o 

Alzog, Johann. 

Manual of universal church history; tr. 
from the German by F. G. Pabisch and 
T. S. Byrne. Ed. 2. 4v. 1883- 1885. 

27oA478m 

Bingham, Joseph. 

Origines ecclesiasticae; antiquities of the 
Christian church. 2v. 1878. 

270B613 o 

Clarke, James F. 

Events and epochs in religious history. 
(Lowell Institute lectures.) Ed. 3. 
1887. 270C598 

Dryer, George H. 

History of the Christian church. 5v. 
1896-1903. 270D799 

Dupin, Louis E. 
New history of ecclesiastical writers . . . 
lives and writings of the primitive fath- 
ers . . . history of the councils, etc. 
V. 5-10 in 2v. 1693- 1695. qr27oD934n 
Fisher, George P. 
History of the Christian church. 1888. 

27oF534h 

Gardner, William E. 

History of Christianity from Saint Paul 
to Bishop Brooks.' 1902. 270G229 



106 



UELI6I0N. 



Gieseler, Johann C. L. 

Text-book of church history; tr. from the 
German; rev. and ed. by H. B. Smith. 
5v. 1876-1880. 27oG456t 

Gwatkin, Henry M«, ed. 
The church, past and present, n. d. 

270G993 

Hase, Karl. 

History of the Christian church; tr. from 
the German by C. E. Blumenthal and 
C. P. Wing. 1886. 27oH346h 

Hewitt, WUUam. 
History of priestcraft in all ages and na- 
tions. 1853. 27oH863h 
Hurst, John F. 
Short history of the Christian church. 
1893. 270H967S 
Jortin, John. 
Discourses concerning the truth of the 
Christian religion, and Remarks on 
ecclesiastical history. 3v. 1805. 

270J8S 

Lea, Henry C. 

Studies in church history. 1883. 

270L433S 
Mackay, Robert W. 
Sketch of the rise and progress of Chris- 
tianity, n. d. 27oMiS2a 
Milner, Joseph. 
History of the church of Christ; with 
additions and corrections by I. Milner; 
rev. by T. Grantham. 4v. 1847. 

270M659 

Moncriet, John W. 

Short history of the Christian church. 
1902. 270M739 

Mosheim, Johann L. von. 

Ecclesiastical history, ancient and mod- 
ern; tr. from the original Latin by A. 
Maclaine. 6v. 1810. 270M911 

Same. 2v. 1877. 270M911.2 

Neale, John M. 
Victories of the saints; stories for chil- 
dren from church history, n. d. 

270N346V 

Neander, August 

General history of the Christian religion 
and the church; tr. from the German by 
J. Torrey. Ed. 13. 6v. 1871. 

27oN349g 



Memorials of Christian life in the early 

and middle ages, including his Light in 

dark places; tr. from the German by 

J. E. Ryland. 1885. 27oN349ni 

Newman, John H. 

Historical sketches. 3v. 1894. 

824.89N553h 
Parsons, Reuben. 
Studies in church history. Ed. 2. 6v. 
1901. 270P271 

Russell, John, earl. 

Essays on the history of the Christian 

religion. Ed. 2. 1873. 270R963 

Schaff, Philip. 

History of the Christian church, v. 1-4, 

(i'T. 1882-1892. 27oS295h 

Sell, Karl. 

The church in the mirror of history; tr. 

by E. Stirling. 1890. 2708466 

APOSTOLIC AGE. 

Antiqua mater; a study of Christian ori- 
gins. 1887. 27o.iXiia 
Bartlett, James V. 
Apostolic age; its life, doctrine, worship 
and polity. 1899. 270.1B289 
Baur, Ferdinand C. 
Church history of the first three cen- 
turies; tr. from the German by A. Men- 
zies. Ed. 3. 2v. 1879. 270.1B351 
Bigg, Charles. 
The church's task under the Roman em- 
pire. 1905. 270.1B594C 
Dobschiitz, Ernst von. 
Christian life in the primitive church; tr. 
by G. Bremner; ed. by W. D. Morrison. 
1904. 270.1D634C 
Dtfllinger, Johann J. L von. 
First age of Christianity and the church; 
tr. by H. N. Oxenham. 2v. 1866. 

270.1D666 

Eusebius Pamphilus. 

Ecclesiastical history; tr. from the Greek 
by C. F. Crus^. 1879. 270.1E88 

Farrar, Frederick W. 
Early days of Christianity. 1889. 

27o.iF242e 

Fisher, George P. 
Beginnings of Christianity. 1877. 

270.iF534b 



RELIGION. 



107 



Fonard^ Constant. 

Saint John and the close of the apostolic 
age; authorized tr. 1905. 270.1F762S 

Saint Peter and the first years of Christi- 
anity; tr. by G. E. X. Griffith. 1903. 

270.1F762SP 

Giles, John A. 

Apostolic records of early Christianity. 
1886. 270.1G472 

Hall, Edward H. 

Papias and his contemporaries. 1899. 

270.1H175P 

Hamack, Adolf. 

Expansion of Christianity in the first 
three centuries; tr. and ed. by J. Mof- 
fatt. V.I, 2. 1904. 27o.iH289e 

Hort, Fenton J. A. 

Judaistic Christianity. 1898. 

270.1H821J 

Hnrst, John F. 

Short history of the early church. 1886. 

270.1H967S 

Lechler, Gotthard V. 

Apostolic and post-apostolic times; tr. by 
A. J. K. Davidson. 2v. 1886. 

270.1L4S9 
Lindsay, Thomas M. 

The church and the ministry in the early 
centuries. 1902. 270.1L751 

McGiffert, Arthur C. 
History of Christianity in the apostolic 
age. 1897. 270.iMi4Sh 

Mearis, Stewart. 
Saint Paul and the ante-Nicene church. 
1903. 270.1M484 

IfUman, Henry H. 
History of Christianity ... to the abol- 
ition of paganism in the Roman em- 
pire. 3v. 1881. 27o.iM658h 
Moorhouse, James. 
Dangers of the apostolic age. 1903. 

270.1M827 

Mosheim, Johann L. von. 
Commentaries on the affairs of the Chris- 
tians before the time of Constantine 
the Great; tr. from the Latin by R. S. 
Vidal. 2v. 1813. 270.1M911 

Moxom, PhiUp S. 
From Jerusalem to Nicaea. (Lowell In- 
stitute lectures.) 1895. 270.iM937f 



Neander, August. 

History of the planting and training of 
the Christian church by the apostles, 
[and] Antignostikus; or, Spirit of Ter- 
tullian; tr. from the German by J. E. 
Ryland. 2v. 1887. 27o.iN349h 

Plummer, Alfred. 
The church of the early fathers. (Epochs 
of church history.) 1898. 

270.1P743C 

Pressens^, E^dmond de. 

Early years of Christianity; tr. by A. 
Harwood-Holmden. 4v. 1879-1887. 

270.1P935 

Rainy, Robert. 

Ancient Catholic church ... A. D. 98- 

451. 1902. 270.1R1S9 

Ramsay, William M. 

The church in the Roman empire before 

A. D. 170. 1893. 270.1R181 

Renan, Ernest. 

The apostles; tr. from the French. 1885. 

270.iR393a 
Marcus Aurelius. n. d. 27o.iR393ni 

Spence, H. Donald M. 
Early Christianity and paganism. [1903- J 

270.1S744 
Same. r270.iS744 

xCatcher, Oliver J. 

Sketch of the history of the apostolic 
church. 1893. 270.1T368S 

Uhlhom, Gerhard. 

Conflict of Christianity with heathenism; 
ed. and tr. by E. C. Smyth and C. J. H. 
Ropes. 1879. 270.1U31 

Waite, Charles B. 

History of Christian religion to the year 
two hundred. Ed. 5. 1900. 

270.1W14S 

Weizsftcker, Karl von. 

Apostolic age of the Christian church; tr. 
by J. Millar. Ed. 2. 2v. 1895-1897. 

270.1W436 

Wemle, Paul. 

Beginnings of Christianity; tr. by G. A. 
Bienemann; ed. by W. D. Morrison, 
v. I. 1903. 270.1W496 



108 



RELIGION. 



PERIOD OF CECUMENICAL COUN- 
CILS. 

Bright, WUUam. 

Age of the fathers. 2v. 1903. 270.2B857 
Carr, Arthur. 
The church and the Roman empire. 
(Epochs of church history.) 1898. 

270.2C31IC 
Cutts, Edward L. 
Constantine the Great; the union of the 
state and the church. 1881. 

270.2C992C 
DuBose, William P. 
Ecumenical councils. Ed. 2. 1897. 

270.2D817 
Dudden^ F. Homes. 

Gregory the Great; his place in history 

and thought. 2v. 1905. 27o.2D844g 

Hefele, Karl J. 

History of the Christian councils [to 787], 

from the original documents; tr. from 

the German. 5v. 1883-1896. 

270.2H46ih 
Kellctt, F. W. 

Pope Gregory the Great and his rela- 
tions with Gaul. 1889. 270.2K28P 
Percival, Henry R. 

Seven ecumenical councils of the undi- 
vided church; their canons and dog- 
matic decrees. 1901. 270.2P429 
Socrates Scholasticus. 
Ecclesiastical history; tr. from the Greek. 
1888. 270.2S679 
Sozomenus, Hermias. 

Ecclesiastical history . . . tr. from the 

Greek, also Ecclesiastical history of 

Philostorgius as epitomised by Photius; 

tr. by E. Walford. 1855. 270.2S731 

Theodoretus, and Evagrius. 

History of the church; tr. from the 
Greek. 1854. 27o.2T388h 

MEDIEVAL PERIOD. 

Balsani, Ugo. 

Popes and the Hohenstaufen. (Epochs of 
church history.) 1898. 270.4B198P 

Gardner, Alice. 

Theodore of Studium; his life and times. 
1905. 270.3G225t 



Hardwick, Charles. 

History of the Christian church; middle 
age; ed. by W. Stubbs. 1883. 

27o.3H267h 
Hux^t, John F. 

Short history of the mediaeval church. 
1887. 270.3H967S 

Locke^ Clinton. 
Age of the great western schism. 1897. 

270.5L813 
Maitland, Samuel R. 
Dark ages the state of religion 

and literature in the ninth, tenth, elev — ^ 

enth and twelfth centuries. Ed. 3 

1853. 270.3M233er:::::j 

Poole, Reginald L. 
Wycliffe and the movements for reforn^rr::^. 
(Epochs of church history.) 1896. 

270.5P822^ 

Rigg. J. M. 

St. Anselm of Canterbury; a chapter 
the history of religion. 1896. 

B-A6 
Stephens, William R. W. 
Hildebrand and his times. (Epochs 
church history.) 1898. 270. 4S8, 

Trench, Richard C. 

Lectures on mediaeval church hist 



=rw 



m 



of 



ry. 
n. d. 270.3T^-^3l 

Villemain, Abel F. 

Life of Gregory the Seventh, preceded by 

a sketch of the history of the papac>r in 

the eleventh century; tr. by J. H- 

Brockley. 2v. 1874. 270.4Vy3^^ 

Wylie, James H. 

Council of Constance to the death of Johi- "** 
Hus. 1900. 270. 5W9^^ 

REFORMATION. 



Allen, Fred H. 

Young folks* history of the reformation.-- 
1887. 270.6A425y 

Beard, Charles. 

Martin Luther and the reformation in 
Germany until the close of the diet of 
Worms; ed. by J. F. Smith. 1889. 

270.6B367m 

Reformation of the sixteenth century in 

its relation to modern thought and 

knowledge. (Hibbert lectures.) 18B5. 

27o.6B367r 



1 






RELIGION. 



109 



Bungener, Louis F. 

History of the council of Trent; from the 
French; ed. by J. McClintock. 1855. 

270.6B94ih 

Characters, scenes and incidents of the 
reformation, from the rise of the Cul- 
dees to the times of Luther. 2v. in i. 
n. d. 270.6X42C 

Fikher, George P. 

The reformation. 1883. 27o.6F534r 

Froude, James A. 
Lectures on the council of Trent. 1896. 

270.6F942 

Hiasser, Ludwig. 

Period of the reformation; cd. by W. 
Oncken; tr. by Mrs. G. Sturge. 1885. 

270.6H377P 

Hurst. John F. 

Short history of the modern church in 

Europe, 1558-1888. 1888. 270.6H967S 

Short history of the reformation. 1885. 

27o.6H967sh 
Merle d'Aubign6, Jean H. 
History of the reformation in Europe in 
the time of Calvin. 2v. 1863. 

270.6MS64 

History of the reformation of the six- 
teenth century; tr. by H. White. 5v. 
1861. 27o.6M564h 

Moore, Aubrey L. 
Lectures and papers on the history of 
the reformation in England and on the 
continent. 1890. 270.6M819 

Seebohm, Frederic. 
Era of the Protestant revolution. Ed. 2. 
1884. 940.784510 

Spalding, Martin J. 
History of the Protestant reformation in 
Germany and Switzerland and in Eng- 
land, Ireland, Scotland, the Nether- 
lands, France and northern Europe. 
Ed. 12. 2v. in I. 1875. 270.6S735 

Walker, WiUiston. 
The reformation. 1901. 270.6Wi86r 

War4 Adolphiis W. 

The .counter-reformation. (Epochs of 
church history.) 1889. 270.6W256C 

Willis, Robert. 

Servetus and Calvin. 1877. 270.6W735S 



Zwingli, Huldreich. 

Selected works; ed. by S. M. Jackson. 

1901. 270.6Z98S 

MODERN PERIOD. 

Grant, WilUam D^ ed. 

Christendom anno Domini, 1901. 2v. 

1902. 270.8G763 
Selleck, WiUard C. 

The spiritual outlook; a survey of the re- 
ligious life of our time as related to 
progress. 1902. 270.8S467 

271. MONASTIC ORDERS. 

Currier, Charles W. 
History of religious orders. 1898. , 

r27iC975h 
Curzon, Robert. 
Visits to monasteries in the Levant. Ed. 
6. 1881. 271C984V 

Dugdale, Sir WilUam. 

Monasticon Anglicanum; [enlarged] by J. 

Caley, Sir H. Ellis and B. Bandinel. 8v. 

1846. fr27iD865m 

English monasteries, from Saxon days to 

their dissolution. 1904. 27iXi5e 

Gasquet, Francis A. 

English monastic life. Ed. 2. 1904. 

27iG25ie 

Henry VIII and the English monasteries. 

2v. 1889. 27iG25ih 

Hannay, James O. 

Spirit and origin of Christian monasti- 

cism. 1903. 271H244S 

Hamack, Adolf. 

Monasticism; its ideals and history, and 
Confessions of St. Augustine; two lec- 
tures; tr. by E. E. Kellett and F. H. 
Marseille. 1901. 27iH289m 

Herkless, John. 
Francis and Dominic and the mendicant 
orders. (World's epoch-makers.) 1901. 

27iH549f 
McCabe, Joseph. 

Twelve years in a monastery. Ed. 2. 

1903. 27iMii9t 

Montalembert, Charles F. de Tryon, comte 

de. 

Monks of the West, from St. Benedict to 

St. Bernard. 7v. 1861-1879. 

27iM763m 



110 



REU6I0N. 



Parry, Oswald H. 

Six months in a Syrian monastery. 1895. 

91S.69P265S 
Riley, Athelstan. 
Athos; or^ Mountain of the monks. 1887. 

271R57S 
Smith, I. Gregory. 
Christian monasticism from the fourth to 
the ninth centuries of the Christian era. 
1892. 271S649 

Spence, H. Donald M. 
Cloister life in the days of Coeur de Lion. 
1892. q27iS744C 

Stanhope, Walter. 
Monastic London. . . . 1200 to 1600. 
1887. 27iS786m 

Steele, Francesca M. 
Monasteries and religious houses o| 
Great Britain and Ireland. 1903. 

271S814 

Thomas Aquinas, St. 

Apology for the religious orders; being a 

tr. from the Latin of two of the minor 

works of the saint; ed. by J. Proctor. 

1902. 27rT45i 

Wishart, Alfred W. 

Short history of monks and monasteries. 
1900. 271W815S 

BENEDieriNES. DOMINICANS. 

Godkin, Georgina S. 

Monastery of San Marco. 1901. 

27i.2G586m 
Taunton, Ethelred L. 

English black monks of St. Benedict. 
2v. 1898. " 271.1T226 

FRANCISCANS. AUGUSTINIANS. 

DeSelincourt, Beryl D. 

Homes of the first Franciscans. 1905. 

27i.3D4Sih 

Kettlewell, SamueL 
Thomas i Kempis and the Brothers of 
Common Life. 2v. 1882. B-T453k 

Little, Andrew G. 
The Grey Friars at Oxford. 1892. 

27i.3L777g 
Thomas of Ecdeston. 
The friars and how they came to Eng- 



land; a tr. of . . . De adventu F. F. 
minorum in Angliam; done into English 
. . . by Father Cuthbert. 1903. 

271.3T454 

JESUITS. 

Cartwright^ William C. 

Jesuits, their constitution and teaching; 
an historical sketch. 1876. 

271.5C329 
Courson, R., comtesse de, and others. 

Concerning Jesuits. 1902. 271.5C862 

Graham, R. B. Cunninghame. 
Vanished Arcadia; some account of the 
Jesuits in Paraguay, 1607-1767. 1901. 

271.SG741-W 
Griesinger, Theodor. 

Jesuits. 2v. 1883. 271. sGS.^^ 

Jesuits; a historical sketch, n. d. 

27i.sX.si^j 
Nicolini, G. B. 

History of the Jesuits. 1884. 271. sNS-^ 
Parkman, Frands. 
Jesuits in North America in the seven- 
teenth century. 1867. 97iP249i 
Same. 2v. 1902. 97iP249j.^ 
Pascal, Blaise. 
Lettres ecrites a un provincial; precedees 
de rhistoire des lettres ct d'observations 
litteraires par F. de Neufchateau. n. d. 

F-271.SP278 
Provincial letters; tr. by T. M'Crie; cd. 
by O. W. Wight. 1882. 271.5P278P 
Steinmetr, Andrew. 
History of the Jesuits from the founda- 
tion of their society to its suppression 
by Pope Clement XIV. 3v. 1848. 

271.5S823 
Taunton, Ethelred L. 
History of the Jesuits in England, 1580- 

1773- 1901. 27i.5T226h 
Taylor, Isaac. 

Loyola and Jesuitism in its rudiments. 

1857. 271.5T241I 

OTHER ROMAN ORDERS. 

Bedford, W. K. R., and Holbech^ Richard. 

Order of the Hospital of St John of 
Jerusalem . . . history of the English 
Hospitallers of St. John. 1902. 

929.711B412 



RELIGION. 



Ill 



[Boutnds, Cjrprian]. 

Monastery of the Grande Chartreuse, by 

a Carthusian monk; abridged from the 

French. 1893. 27i.7iB78im 

Graham, Rose. 

S. Gilbert of Sempringham and the Gil- 

bertines; history of the only English 

monastic order. 1903. 271.79G742 

Hodges, George. 

fountains abbey; story of a mediaeval 
monastery. 1904. 271 . 72H688f 

hT^^ot d'Auboeuf. Ren6 A. 

^History of the Knights Hospitallers of St. 
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5v. 1774. 929.711V568 

lA^oodhouse, Frederick C. 

^Military religious orders of the middle 
ages. 1879. 929 . 71 W889 

SISTERHOODS. DEACONESSES. 

Bancroft, Jane M. 

Deaconesses in Europe and their lessons 
for America. 1890. 27i.99B2i3d 

Bunkley, Josephine M. 
Testimony of an escaped novice from the 
sisterhood of St. Joseph, Emmetts- 
burgh, Md. 1855. 271.976B941 

Eckeiistein, Lina. 
Woman under monasticism; chapters on 
saint-lore and convent life between 500 
and 1500. 1896. 271.9E18W 

Colder, Christian. 
History of the deaconess movement in the 
Christian church. 1903. 271.99G618 

Jtmeson, Mrs. Anna B. 
Sisters of charity, Catholic and Protest- 
ant, and The communion of labor. 
1857. 271.9J30S 

Uthrop, George P., and Lathrop, Mrs. Rose 
H. 
Story of courage; annals of the George- 
town convent of the Visitation of the 
Blessed Virgin Mary. 1894. 

271.9751^354 
^»m, Mrs. Helen. 
Little Sisters of the Poor. 1894. 

271.95R164I 

Kobinson, Cecilia. 
Ministry of deaconesses. 1898. 

27i.99R658m 



Stephen, Caroline E. 

Service of the poor . . . reasons for and 

against the establishment of religious 

sisterhoods for charitable purposes. 

1871. 271.9S828S 

Whitney, Mrs. Louisa G. 

Burning of the convent; narrative of the 
destruction, by a mob, of the Ursuline 
school on Mount Benedict, Charles- 
town.. 1877. 271.974W619 

272. PEESECUTIONS. 

Challoner, Richard. 
Complete modern British- martyrology 
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Creighton, Mandell. 

Persecution and tolerance. (Hulsean lec- 

. tures.) 1895. 27^C9I4 

Foxe, John. 

Acts and monuments; ed. by S. R. Cattley. 

8v. 1839-1841. 272F795 

Book of martyrs, n. d. 272F795b 

Inquisition in Spain and other countries. 

n. d. in 271.5X42J 

Lea, Henry C. 

History of the inquisition of the middle 

ages. 3v. 1888. 272.21,433^ 

Llorente, Juan A. 

Hi^ory of the inquisition of Spain, from 

the time of its establishment to the 

reign of Ferdinand VII. 1843. 

272.2L789 
Mason, Arthur J. 

Historic martyrs of the primitive church. 
1905. 272.iM398h 

Persecution of Diocletian. 1876. 

272.1M398P 
Rule, WiUiam H. 

History of the inquisition. 1868. 

272R935h 
Shoberl, Frederick. 
Persecutions of popery. 2v. 1844. 

272S558P 
Stone, J. M. 
Faithful unto death; account of the suf- 
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ing the i6th and 17th centuries. 1892. 

272S878 
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Fanaticism. 1853. 272T24if 



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273. HERESIES. 

Burton, Edward. 

Inquiry into the heresies of the apostolic 
age. (Bampton lectures.) 1829. 

273.1B973 

Gwatkin, Henry M. 
Arian controversy. (Epochs of church his- 
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King, Charles W. 
Gnostics and their remains. Ed. 2. 1887. 

273 . 1 K52g 

Mansel, Henry L. 
Gnostic heresies of the first and second 
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273.1M286 

Mead, George R. S. 

Fragments of a faith forgotten; some 
short sketches among the Gtostics, 
mainly of the first two centuries. 1900. 

273.1M481 

Newman, John H. 
Arians of the fourth century. Ed. 5. 
1888. 273.4N553 

Schimmelpenninck, Mary A. 
Select memoirs of Port Royal. Ed. 5. 
1853. 273.7S336S 

Vaughan, Robert A. 
Hours with the mystics. Ed. 5. 2v. 
1888. 273.2V369h 

274. EUROPE. 

Hole, Charles. 

Early missions to and within the British 
islands. [1888.] 27411729^ 

Krasinski, Valerian, count. 

Sketch of the religious histbry of the 
Slavonic nations. 1851. 274K92S 

Maclear, George F. 
Conversion of the West; the Celts, n. d. 

274M165 
Conversion of the West; the Slavs, n. d. 

274M165S 

Merivale, Charles. 

Conversion of the northern nations. 

(Boyle lectures.) 1875. 274M563 

Zimmer, Heinrich. 
Celtic church in Britain and Ireland; tr. 

by A. Meyer. 1902. 274Z72C 



SCOTLAND. 

Andrews^ William, ed. 

Bygone church life in Scotland. 1899. 

274.1A572 

Blaikie, WilUam G. 

Preachers of Scotland. 1888. 274.1B634P 
Cook, George. 
History of the reformation in Scotland. 
3v. 181 1. 274.1C769 

Dodds, James. 
Fifty years* struggle of the Scottish 
Covenanters, 1638-1688. Ed. 5. n. d. 

274.iD642f 

Gibbon, James. 

Inscriptions on the tombstones and mon~ 
uments erected in memory of the Cov- 
enanters. 1879. 274.iG44^i 
Jamieson, John. 

Historical account of the ancient Culdees 
of lona, and of their settlements in 
Scotland, England and Ireland. 1811. 

q274.iJ3ih 
Knox, John. 

Works; collected and ed. by D. Laing. 
2v. 1846-1848. 274.iK7S\v 

Mitchell, Alexander F. 
Scottish reformation; ed. by D. H. Flem- 
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conventual foundations, collegiate 
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IRELAND. 



Olden, Thomas. 

Church of Ireland. (National churches.) 

1892. 274.15O45 

Stokes^ George T. 

Ireland and the Anglo-Norman church. 

1889. 274.1588751 

ENGLAND. 

Abbey, Charles J., and Overton, John H. 

English church in the eighteenth cen- 
tury. 1887. 274. 2A 124c 



BBLI6I0N. 



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Andrews, William. 

Curiosities of the church. Ed. 2. 1891. 

274.2A572C 

Bayne, Peter. 

Chief actors in the Puritan revolution. 

Ed. 2. 1879. 942.06B359 

Bede. 

Ecclesiastical history of England, also the 

Anglo-Saxon chronicle; ed. by J. A. 

Giles. Ed. 5. 1881. 274.2B411 

Benham, William. 

Winchester. (Diocesan histories.) 1884. 

274.2B467 
Bcresford, William. 

Lichfield. (Diocesan histories.) n. d. 

274.2B491 

Slunt, John H. 

Reformation of the Church of England. 
2v. 1882. 274.2B659r 

Slight, WiUiam. 

Chapters of early English church history. 
Ed. 2. 1888. 274.2B857C 

Brodrick, George C. 

History of the University of Oxford. 
(Epochs of church history.) 1894. 

378.420Ebr 
Browne, George F. 

« 

Christian church in these islands before 
the coming of Augustine. 1897. 

274.2B882 

Burnet, Gilbert. 
History of the reformation of the Church 
of England; cd. by N. Pocock. 7v. 
1865. 274.2B964h 

Capes, WiUiam W. 
English church in the fourteenth and fif- 
teenth centuries, 1272-1500. (History of 
the English church, v. 3.) 1900. 

274.2C239e 

Cobbett, William. 
History of the Protestant reformation in 
England and Ireland. 2v. 1829. 

274.2C6S4h 

Catts, Edward L. 
Parish priests and their people in the 
middle ages in England. 1898. 

274.2C992P 

I)oran, John. 
Saints and sinners; or, In church and 
about it. 2v. 1868. 274.^D693s 



Dyer, T. F. Thiselton. 

Church-lore gleanings. 1892. 274.2D996C 
Ferguson, Richard S. 
Carlisle. (Diocesan histories.) 1889. 

274.2F353 
Freeman, Edward A. 
History of the cathedral church of Wells. 
1870. 274.2F855h 

Frere, Walter H. 
English church in the reigns of Elizabeth 
and James I, 1558-1625. (History of the 
English church, v. 5.) 1904. 

274.2F882e 

Gairdner, James. 

English church in the sixteenth century, 

from the accession of Henry VIII to 

the death of Mary, 1501-1558. (History 

of the English church, v. 4.) 1902. 

274.2Gi44e 
Gasquet, Francis A. 
Eve of the reformation. 1900. 

274.2G25ie 
Henry the Third and the church. 1905. 

274.2G25ih 
Old English Bible, and 6ther essays. 
1897. 274.2G2510 

Gray, Robert. 
Sermons on the principles upon which the 
reformation of the Church of England 
was established. (Bampton lectures.) 
1796. 274.2G782S 

Grey, Edward C. W. 
St. Giles's of the Lepers. 1905. 

942.1G842S 
Haddan, Arthur W., and Stubbs, William, 
ed. 
Councils and ecclesiastical documents re- 
lating to Great Britain and Ireland; 
after Spelman and Wilkins. 3v. 1869- 
1871. r274.2Hi26 

Henson, H. Hensley. 
Studies in English religion in the seven- 
teenth century. 1903. 274.2H526 
Herford, Brooke. 

Story of religion in England. 1878. 

274.2H544S 
Hopkins, SamueL 

The Puritans. 3v. i860. 274.2H795P 

Home, C. Silvester. 
Popular history of the free churches. Kd. 
4. 1903- 274.2H815P 



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Hunt, William. 

English church from its foundation to the 
Norman conquest, 597-1066. (History 
of the English church, v. i.) 1899. 

274.2H944e 
English church in the middle ages. 
(Epochs of church history.) 1895. 

274.2H944en 
Somerset diocese; Bath and Wells. (Dio- 
cesan histories.) 1885. 274.2H9449 
Innes, Arthur D. 
Cranmer and the reformation in England. 
(World's epoch-makers.) 1900. 

274 . 2I58C 
Jenkini^ Robert C. 

Canterbury. (Diocesan histories.) 1880. 

274.2J52 
Jessopp, Augustus. 

Before the great pillage, with other mis- 
cellanies. Ed. 2. 1901. ^74.2j58b 
Norwich. (Diocesan histories.) 1884. 

274.2j58n 
Jones, WUliam H. 

Salisbury. (Diocesan histories.) 1880. 

274.2J79S 
Lightfoot, Joseph B. 
Leaders of the northern church. 1902. 

274.2L724I 
Lingard, John. 
History and antiquities of the Anglo- 
Saxon church. 2v. 1858. 274.2L755h 
Low, John L. 
Durham. (Diocesan histories.) 1881. 

274.2L912 
Maclear, George F. 
Conversion of the West; the English, 
n. d. 274. 2M 165c 

Marshall, Edward. 
Oxford. (Diocesan histories.) 1882. 

274.2M367 
Mason, Arthur J., ed. 
Mission of St. Augustine to England, ac- 
cording to the original documents. 
1897. , 274.2M398m 

Morris, Rupert H. 
Chester. (Diocesan histories.) 1895. 

274.2M876 
Mttllinger, James B. 
History of the University of Cambridge. 
(Epochs of church history.) 1888. 

378.42CEmu 



Neal, Daniel. 
History of the Puritans or Protestant 
nonconformists, from 1517 to 1688; rev. 
... by J. O. Choules. 2v. 1863. 

274.2N339 

Nicholas Ferrar, Author of. 
Undercurrents of church life in the eight- 
eenth century. 1899. 274.2X61 

Ordericus Vitalis. 

Ecclesiastical history of England and 

Normandy; tr. by T. Forester. 4v. 

1853-1856. 274.2O65 

Omsby, George. 

York. (Diocesan histories.) n. d. 

274.2O74: 

Overton, John K. 

Evangelical revival in the eighteenth cex: 
tury. (Epochs of church history 
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Pearman, Augustus J. 

Rochester. (Diocesan histories.) 1897'. 

274.2P35< 

Perry, George G. 

History of the reformation in Engla.n 
(Epochs of church history.) 1898. 

274.2P46^ 

PhiUott, Henry W. 

Hereford. (Diocesan histories.) 1888. 

274. 2P5^ 

Poole, George A. 

Peterborough. (Diocesan histories.) n. 

274.2P82:^ 

Robinson, Hastings, ed. 
Original letters relative to the Engli^ 
reformation . . . chiefly from ttr' 
archives of Zurich. 2v. 1847. 

274.2R662 

Seebohm, Frederic. 
Oxford reformers; John Co let, Erasmt^ 
and Thomas More. Ed. 2. 1869. 

922S450 ' 

Skeat, Herbert S. 

History of the free churches of Englan<^ 

1688-1851, with a continuation to \%^ 

by C. S. Miall. n. d. 274.286252 

Smith, I. Gregory, and Onslow, Phippa. 

Worcester. (Diocesan histories.) 188S 

274.28649^ 



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William R. W. 

church from the Norman con- 
to the accession of Edward I, 
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Saxon diocese; Selsey-Chi Chester, 
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istical memorials . . . Church 

igland under King Henry VIII, 

Edward VI and Queen Mary I. 

6. 1822. 274.28928e 

[ohn. 

ents of religious thought in Bri- 
during the nineteenth century. 

274.2T9i9m 
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and the Puritans, 1570-1660. 
:hs of church history.) 1897. 

274.2W151C 

WALE8. 

^iMiam L. 

id's. (Diocesan histories.) 1888. 

274.29B571S 

V. WiUis. 

hurch of Wales. 1897. 

274.29B942 

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eligious leaders in the Victorian 
[905. 922M849W 

David R. 

)h. (Diocesan histories.) 1888. 

274.29T455S 

GERMANY. 

[bine Baring-. 

n Germany. (National churches.) 

274.3(^698 

1, Karl R. 

of the reformation, in Germany 
•witzerland chiefly; tr. from the 
in by E. Moore. 2v. 1879. 

274.3Hi43h 

rhomas M. 

and the German reformation, 
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B-L973li 



Merivale, Charles. 

Conversion of the West; the continental 
Teutons, n. d. 274.3M563 

Schaff, PhiUp. 

Germany; its universities, theology and 
religion. 1857. 274.3S295g 

FRANCE. 

Heath, Richard. 
Reformation in France. 2v. 1886-1888. 

274.4H438r 

Lear, Mrs. H. L. Sidney. 

Revival of priestly life in the seventeenth 

century in France. 1903. 274.4L437r 

Sloane» William M. 

French revolution and religious reform. 

1901. 274.48633f 

ITALY. 

M'Crie, Thomas. 
History of the progress and suppression 
of the reformation in Italy in the six- 
teenth century. 1856. 274.5Mi32h 
Trollope, Thomas A. 

Paul the pope and Paul the friar; a story 
of an interdict. 1870. 274.53T849 

SPAIN. 

Castro, Adolfo de. 

Spanish Protestants and their persecution 
by Philip II; tr. from the Spanish by 
T. Parker. 1851. 274.6C355S 

Lea, Henry C. 

Chapters from the religious history of 
Spain, connected with the inquisition. 
1890. 274.6L433C 

M'Crie, Thomas. 
History of the progress and suppression 
of the reformation in Spain in the six- 
teenth century. 1856. in 274,.5Mi32h 
Meyrick, Frederick. 

Church in Spain. (National churches.) 
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Webster, Wentworth. 
Gleanings in church history, chiefly in 
Spain and France. 1903. 274.6W385 
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Spanish Protestants in the sixteenth cen- 
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SCANDINAVIA. 

Daae, Ludwig. 

Throndhjems stifts; geistlige historic fra 
reformation till 1814. 1863. 

D-274.81D111 
Maclear, George F. 

Conversion of the West; the Northmen, 
n. d. 274. 8M 165 

Willson, Thomas B. 

History of the church and state in Nor- 
way, from the tenth to the sixteenth 
century. 1903. 274.81W743 

NETHERLANDS. 

Ditchfield, Peter H. 

Church in the Netherlands. (National 
churches.) 1893. 274.92D615 

• 277. NORTH AMERICA. 

MEXICO. 



278B878I 



Browne, Hubert W. 

Latin America. 1901. 
Butler, William. 

Mexico in transition from the power of 
political Romanism to civil and reli- 
gious liberty. 1893. 972B986m 

UNITED STATES. 

Abbott, Ernest H. 

Religious life in America. 1902. 

274.3Ai32r 

Adams^ Charles F. 

Massachusetts; its historians and its his- 
tory. 1893. 274.44A2iim 
Baird, Robert. 

Religion in America. 1856. 277.3Bi64r 
Bliss, WUliam R. 

Side glimpses from the colonial meeting- 
house. 1894. 974B650S 
Carroll, Henry K. 

Religious forces of the United States. 

(American church history series.) 

1893. 277.3C3i8r 

Cobb, Sanford H. 

Rise of religious liberty in America. 

1902. 277.3C6S4r 



Greene, M. Louise. 

Development of religious liberty ii 
necticut. 1905. 277. 4( 

Hurst, John F. 

Short history of the church in the 
States, 1492-1890. 1890. 2.7T.\ 
Love, W. DeLoss, jr. 

Fast and thanksgiving days of Nev 
land. 1895. 97 

Mather, Cotton. 
Magnalia Christi Americana; or, 
siastical history of New England 
1698. 2v. 1820. 277.4] 

Neal, Daniel. 

History of New England . . . ci\ 
ecclesiastical affairs ... to 
1700. 2v. 1720. 974 

Ridgely, Helen W. 
Old brick churches of Maryland. 

277. i 

278. SOUTH AiMBRICA 



Browne, Hubert W. 

Latin America. 1901. 



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280. CHRISTIAN CHU 
CHES AND SECTS. 

Arnold^ Matthew. 

St. Paul and Protestantism, with an 

on Puritanism and the Church of 

land, and Last essays on churc 

religion. 1883. 280 

Same. 1904. in r828.85A7. 

Beecher, Thomas K. 

Our seven churches. 1870. 28 

Henson, H. Hensley. 

Godly union and concord. 1902. 

280] 
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York, 1905. 
Church federation . . . ed. by 
Sanford. 1906. ii 

Jones, Spencer. 

England and the Holy see; an ess: 
wards reunion. 1902. 2J 

Manning, Henry E. 
England and Christianity. 1867. 

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Neale, John M. 
Notes, ecclesiological and picturesque, on 
Dalmatia, Croatia, Istri^, Styria, with a 
visit to Montenegro. 1861. 28oN346n 
Shields, Charles W., and others. 

Church unity. 1896. 280S55S 

Skagen, Edward M. 
Church of the reconstruction; essay on 
Christian unity. 1901. 280S625C 

Spry, John H. 
Christian unity doctrinally and historical- 
ly considered. (Bampton lectures.) 

1817. 280S771 

Whately, Richard. 

Use and abuse of party-feeling in matters 
of religion. (Bampton lectures.) 1822. 

280WS56 
Wilson, Henry B. 
Communion of saints; an attempt to illus- 
trate the true principles of Christian 
union. (Bampton lectures.) 1851. 

280W749 

281. PRIMITIVE AND ORIENT- 
AL CHURCHES. 

APOSTOUC CHURCH. 

Schaff, PhUip, ed. 
Select library of the Nicene and post- 
Nicene fathers of the Christian church; 
1st series. 14V. [1887-1899.] 

281.1S295S 

Schaff, PhUip, and Wace, Henry, ed. 

Select library of Nicene and post-Nicene 
fathers of the Christian church; 2nd 
series; tr. into English with prolego- 
mena and explanatory notes. 14V. 
1890-1900. 28i.iS295se 

ANTE-NICENE. 

Arnobius, the elder. 

The seven bofeks of Arnobius adversus 

Gentes; tr. by A. H. Bryce and H. 

Campbell. (Antc-Nicene Christian 

library.) 1882. 281.3A751S 

Clemens Alexandrinus, St. 

Writings; tr. by W. Wilson. (Ante-Ni- 

cene Christian library.) 2v. 1867- 1869. 

28i.3C^27w 



Clemens Romanus, St. 

The Clementine homilies. (Ante-Nicenc 
Christian library.) 1870. 281.3C625C 

Conybeare, William D. 

Analytical examination into the character, 
value and just application of the writ- 
ings of the Christian fathers during the 
ante-Nicene period. (Bampton lec- 
tures.) 1839. 281.3C768 

Cruttwell, Charles T. 

Literary history of early Christianity. 
2v. 1893. 281.3C958I 

Cjrprianus Thascius, St. 

Writings, together with the writings of 
Novatian, Minucius Felix, etc.; tr. by 
R. E. Wallis. (Ante-Nicene Christian 
library.) 2v. 1884. 281.3C997W 

Gregorius Thaumaturgus, St. 

Works of Gregory Thaumaturgus, Diony- 
sius of Alexandria, and Archelaus; tr. 
by S. D. F. Salmond. (Ante-Nicene 
Christian library.) 1871. 281.3G824W 

Hippolytus, St. 

Refutation of all heresies, and Writings, 
with Fragments of writings of 3rd cen- 
tury; tr. by J. H. Macmahon and S. D. 
F. Salmond. (Ante-Nicene Christian 
library.) 2v. 1877-1883. 28i.3H667r 

V. 2 is bound with 281.3I66W v. 2. 
Hitchcock, Roswell D., and Brown, I^rancis, 
ed. 

Teaching of the' twelve apostles, recently 
discovered and pub. by Philotheos 
Bryennios, metropolitan of Nicomedia, 
with tr., introd. and notes. 1884. 

28i.3H675t 

Holland, Henry S. 

Apostolic fathers. (Fathers for English 
readers.) n. d. 281.3H735 

Irenaeus, St. 
Writings; tr. by A. Roberts and W. H. 
Rambaud. (Ante-Nicene Christian Ij- 
Trary.) 2v. 1868-1883. 281.3I66W 

Jackfson, George A. 

Apostolic fathers and the apologists of 
the second century. 1884. 28i.3jiia 
Fathers of the third century. 1881. 

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Justinus, St., surnamed the martyr. 

Writings of Justin Martyr and Athena- 
goras; tr. by M. Dods and others. 
(Ante-Nicene Christian library.) 1867. 

281.3J97W 
Lactantius Firmianus, Lucius Caelius. 
Works; tr. by W. Fletcher. (Ante-Nicene 
Christian library.) 2v. 1871. 

281.3L1SIW 

Lightfoot, Joseph B., ed. 

Apostolic fathers; rev. texts, with . . . 
introd. and English tr.; ed. and com- 
pleted by J. R. Harmer. 1893. 

281.3L724. 
Liturgies and other documents of the ante- 
Nicene period. (Ante-Nicene Christian 
library.) 1882. 281.3L783 

Methodius Patarensis, St. 
Writings of Methodius, Alexander of Ly- 
copolis, Peter of Alexandria, and sev- 
eral fragments. (Ante-Nicene Chris- 
tian library.) 1883. 281.3M592W 
Origenes. 
Writings; tr. by F. Crombie. (Ante-Ni- 
cene Christian library.) 2v. 1872. 

281.3O69W 

Purves, George T. 

Testimony of Justin Martyr to early 
Christianity. 1889. 28i.3P986t 

Schaff, Philip, ed. 
Oldest church manual^ called the Teach- 
ing of the twelve apostles. 1885. 

281.3S2950 
Tatianus. 
Writings of Tatian and Theophilus, and 
the Clementine recognitions; tr. by B. 
P. Pratten and others. (Ante-Nicene 
Christian library.) 1867. 281.3T219W 
Tertullianus^ Quintus Septimius Florens. 
Five books against Marcion; tr. by P. 
Holmes. (Ante-Nicene Christian libra- 
ry.) 1878. 28i.3T332f 
Writings, with the extant works of Vic- 
torinus and Commodianus. (Ante-Ni- 
cene Christian library.) 3v. 1869-1880. 

281.3T332W 
Watson, Frederick. 

Defenders of the faith; or, Christian 
apologists of the second and third cen- 
turies. (Fathers for English readers.) 
n. d. 28i.3W338d 



Writings of the apostolic fathers; tr. by 
Dr. Roberts and others. (Ante-Nicene 
Christian library.) 1867. 28i.3W9S6r 

POST-NICENE. 

Augustinus, Aurelius, St. 

Letters; tr. by J. G. Cunningham. 2v. 
1875. 281.4A923I 

Jacbson, George A. 

Post-Nicene Greek fathers. 1883. 

281.4J1IP 
Post-Nicene Latin fathers. 1884. 

281.4J11PI 

ORIENTAL CHURCHES. 

AbQ Salih, the Armenian, Attributed to. 
Churches and monasteries of Egypt and 
some neighbouring countries; tr. from 
the original Arabic by B. T. A. Evetts. 
1895. 281.SA165 

Benni', Cyril B. 
Tradition of the Syriac church of Antioch 
concerning the primacy and preroga- 
tives of St. Peter ... tr. ... by J. 
Gagliardi. 1871. 281.58473 

Burkitt, F. Crawford. 

Early eastern Christianity. 1904- 

281.5B959C 
Butlen Alfred J. 
Ancient Coptic churches of Egypt. 2v. 
1884. 281.7B984 

Fortescue, Edward F. K. 
Armenian church founded by St. Gregory 
the Illuminator. [1872.] 281.6F738 

Grant, AsaheL 

Nestorians; or. The lost tribes. 1841. 

28i.8G759n 
Maclean, Arthur J., and Browne, William H. 

Catholicos of the East and his people. 
1892. 28 1. 8M 164 

Parry, Oswald H. 

Old Syrian church. 189^. in 915.69P265S 
Rae, George M. 

Syrian church in India. 1892. 281.SR133S 

EASTERN OR GR^ECO-RUSSIAN 

CHURCH. 

Greek and Eastern churches; their history, 
faith and worship, n. d. in 284.4X42S 



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History of the Orthodox church of Cy- 
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Heard, Albert F. 
Russian church . and Russian dissent. 
1887. 28i.9H43Sr 

^oly Eastern church; popular outline of 
its history, doctrines, liturgies and 
vestments, by a priest of the English 
church. Ed. 2. 1873. 28i.9X2ih 

Here, Alexander H. 
Eighteen centuries of the Orthodox 

Greek 'church. 1899. 28i.9H8iie 

Student's history of the Greek church. 

1902. 281.9H811S 

Mouravieff, Andrew N. . 

History of the Church of Russia; tr. by 
R. W. Blackmore. 1842. 281.9M429 

Keale, John M. 
History of the Holy Eastern church. Sv. 
1847-1873. 281 . 9N346h 

Romanofif, H. C. 

Sketches of the rites and customs of the 
Greco-Russian church. 1868. 

281.9R7S9 

Smith, Thomas. 

Account of the Greek church as to its 
doctrine and rites of worship. 1680. 

281.9S662 

Stanley, Arthur P. 

Lectures on the history of the Eastern 

church. 1884. 281.9S787I 

ToztT, Henry F. 

Church and the Eastern empire. (Epochs 

of church history.) 1897. 281.9T757C 

282. ROMAN CATHOLIC 

CHURCH. 

Addis, William E., and Arnold, Thomas. 

Catholic dictionary. 1884. r282.03A224 

Allies, Thomas W. 
Formation of Christendom. 7v. 1865- 
1875. 282A437f 

A life's decision. 1894. 282A437I 

Balmes, James. 
European civilization; Protestantism and 
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28261936 



Banx William F. 

Papal monarchy, S90-1303. (Story of the 

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Bossuet, Jacques. 

Exposition of the doctrine of the Catholic 

church in matters of controversy, with 

. . . notes by J. Fletcher. 1895. 

28267466 

Capel, Thomas J. 

"Catholic"; an essential and exclusive at- 
tribute of the true church. 1884. 

282C238C 
Reply to the Right Hon. W. E. Glad- 
stone's Political expostulation. 1875. 

282C238r 

Catholic customs; a guide for the laity of 

England. 1900. 282X12 

Catholic directory and clergy list. v. 19. 

1905. r282C364c 

Creighton, Mandell. 

History of the papacy during the period 

of the reformation. 5v. 1882-1894. 

282C9i4h 
Cusack, Mary F. (pseud. Nun of Kenmare.) 
Life inside the church of Rome. 1890. 

282C984I 
Darras, Joseph E. 

General history of the Catholic church. 
Ed. 10. 4v. 1889. 282D225g 

D511inger, Johann J. I. von. 

Fables respecting the popes of the mid- 
dle ages; tr. by A. Plummer. 187 1. 

282D666f 
[DdUinger, Johann J. I. von, and others.] 
(pseud. Janus.) 
Pope and the council; tr..from the Ger- 
man. 1870. 282D666P 
Fairbairn, Andrew M. 

Catholicism, Roman and Anglican. 1899. 

282F163 

Fitzgerald, Percy. 

Fifty years of Catholic life and social pro- 
gress under Cardinals Wiseman, Man- 
ning, Vaughan and Newman. 2v. 1901. 

282FsS4f 

Fulke, Winiam. 

Stapleton's fortress overthrown, Rejoin- 
der to Martiairs Reply, [and] Discov- 
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church commended by Sanders. (Par- 
ker society.) 1848. 282F964S 



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Gahan, William. 

Compendious abstract of the history of 
the church of Christ ... to the 
eighteenth century, n. d. 282G137 

Gibbons, James. 

Faith of our fathers. Ed. 59. 1902. 

282G439f 

Gladstone, William E. 

Rome and the newest fashions in relig- 
ion; three tracts: Vatican decrees, Vat- 
icanism, Speeches of the pope. 1875. 

282G543r 

Vatican decrees in their bearing on civil 
allegiance, [and] History of the Vat- 
ican council . . . with the Latin and 
English text of the papal syllabus and 
the Vatican decrees, by Philip Schaff. 
1875. 282G543V 

Gore« Charles. 
Roman Catholic claims. Ed. 4. 1892. 

282G667r 

Gregorovius, Ferdinand. 
Tombs of the popes; tr. from the Ger- 
man by R. W. Seton- Watson. 1903. 

282G821 

Lasteyrie du Saillant» Charles P., comte de. 
History of auricular confession; tr. by C. 
Cocks. 2v. 1848. 282L349h 

Lea, Henry C. 

History of auricular confession and indul- 
gences in the Latin church. 3v. 1896. 

282L433h 
L6picier, Alexius M. 

Indulgences; their origin, nature and de- 
velopment. 1895. 282L596i 
MacLaughlin, John. 

Divine plan of the church. 1901. 

282M164 

Milman, Henry H. 
History of Latin Christianity. 8v. i860. 

282M658h 
Milner, John. 

End of religious controversy in a friendly 
correspondence between a religious so- 
ciety of Protestants and a Roman 
Catholic divine. 1867. 282M659e 

Newman, John H. 
Essay in aid of a grammar of assent. Ed. 
S. 1885. 282N553e 



Nippold, Friedrich. 
Papacy in the 19th century; tr. by L. H. 
Schwab. 1900. 282N719P 

Pastor, Ludwig. 

History of the popes, from the close of 
the middle ages; from the German; ed. 
by F. I. Antrobus. 6v. 1898-1900. 

282P293h 

Puller, Frederick W. 

Primitive saints and the see of Rome. 
Ed. 2. 1893. 282P983P 

Ranke, Leopold von. 

History of the popes, i6th arid 17th cen- 
turies; tr. by E. Foster. 3v. 1853-1856. 

282Ri98h 

Romischen papste in den letzten vier 
jahrhunderten. Ed. 10. 3v. in i. 1900. 

G-282Ri98r 

Renan, Ernest. 
Lectures on the influence of the institu- 
tions, thought and culture of Rome on 
Christianity and the development of the 
Catholic church; tr. by C. Beard. 
(Hibbert lectures.) 1885. 282R393I 

Salas y Gilavert, Andr6s de. 

Influence of Catholicism on the sciences 
and the arts; from the Spanish by M. 
Monteiro. 1900. 282S161 

Salmon, George. 
Infallibility of the church. 1888. 

282S172 

Seymour, M. Hobart. 

Evenings with the Romanists. 1856. 

282S52ie 

Shahan, Thomas J. 
Catholicism in the middle ages. 1902. 

282S526C 

Century of Catholicism. 1902. 282S526ce 
Leo XIII and the Hague conference. 
1902. 282S526I 

Outline of church history. 1902. 

282S526 o 
Study of church history. 1902. 282S526st 
Stead, William T. 

Pope and the new era; letters from the 
Vatican in 1889. 1890. 282S798P 

TroUope, Thomas A. 

Papal conclaves as they were and as they 
are. 1876. 282T849P 



REU6I0N. 



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/iator, pseud., ed. 
Roads to Rome; being personal records 
of some of the more recent converts to 
the Catholic faith. 1901. 282V622r 

Vivian, Mrs. Oliv^ and Vivian, Herbert. 

Romance of religion, 1901. 282V859r 

Ward, Wilfrid. 
William George Ward and the Catholic 
revival. 1893. 282W264W 

Wbeman, Nicholas. 
Lectures on the principal doctrines and 
practices of the Catholic church. 2v. 
in I. 1847. 282W814I 

iToung, Alfred. 

Catholic and Protestant countries com- 
pared. Ed. 9. 1898. 282Y68 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

mherst, W.Uiam J. 

History of Catholic emancipation and the 
progress of the Catholic church in the 
British isles (chiefly in England), from 
1771 to 1820. 2v. 1886. 282.42A515 

Dawson, Aeneas M. 
Catholics of Scotland, from 1593 to 1852. 
1890. 282.41D271 

McCarthy, Michael J. F. 
Priests and people in Ireland. Ed. 3. 
1903. 282.415M124P 

"Newman, John H. 
Lectures on the present position of Cath- 
olics in England. Ed. 6. 1889. 

282.42N5S3I 

FRANCE. ITALY. 

•^andlery, P. J. 

^ilgrim-walks in Rome; a guide to its 
holy places. 1903. 282.45C456P 

•«^s, W. Henley. 

The Gallicah church . . . 1516 to the 
revolution. 2v. 1872. 282.44j57g 

^lleson, Hope, and Tuker, M. A. R. 

I^andbook to Christian and ecclesiastical 
Rome. 4 pts. in 3v. 1897. 

282.45M2S3h 

Amends, John A. 

Renaissance in Italy; the Catholic reac- 
tion. 2v. 1887. 282.4sS987r 



UNITED STATES. 

Courcy, Henri de. 

Catholic church in the United States; tr. 

and enlarged by J. G. Shea. Ed. 2. 

1857. 282.73C8S9 

O'Gormany Thomas. 
History of the Roman Catholic church in 

the United States. (American chilrch 

history series.) 1895. 282.73035h 

St. Paul, Diocese of. 
Diocese of St. Paul; the golden jubilee, 

1851-1901. n. d. 282.776Si48d 

283. ANGLICAN AND AMERI- 
CAN PROTESTANT EPISCO- 
PAL CHURCH. 

Addison, Daniel D. 

Episcopalians. (Story of the churches.) 

1904. ' 283A225e 

Anderson, James S. M. 

History of the Church of England in the 

colonies and foreign dependencies of 

•the British empire. 3v. 1845. 283A547 

Living church annual, v. 14-19 21-date. 

1 895- 1 900, 1902-date. r283L786 

Mallock, William H. 

Doctrine and doctrinal disruption. 1900 

283M255d 
Wordsworth, John. 
Ministry of grace; studies in early church 
history, with reference to present prob- 
lems. 1901. 283W925m 

GREAT BRITAIN. 

Abbey, Charles J. 

English church and its bishops, 1700-1800. 
2v. 1887. 283.42Ai24e 

Arnold, Frederick. 

Our bishops and deans. 2v. 1875. 

922.3A7540. 
Carpenter, William Boyd. 
Popular history of the Church of Eng- 
land. 1900. 283.42C299P 
Church, Richard W. 

Oxford movement. 1891. 283.42C5610 
Crelghton, Mandell. 
Church and the nation; charges and ad- 
dresses; ed. by L. Creighton. 1902. 

283.42C914 



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Cruttwell, Charles T. 

Six lectures on the Oxford movement and 
its results on the Church of England. 
1899. 283.42C958S 

Curteis, George H. 

Dissent in its relation to the Church of 
England. (Bampton lectures.) 1872. 

283.42C978 

Dixon, Richard W. 

History of the Church of England, from 
the abolition of the Roman jurisdic- 
tion. 6v. 1884-1902. 283.42iJ62ih 
Gamier, ThoRias P. 
Title-deeds of the Church of England; 
historic vindication of her position and 
claims, n. d. 283.4202361 
Geeip Henry, and Hardy, William J., comp. 
Documents illustrative of English church 
history. 1896. 283.42G297 
Grafton, Charles C. 
Pusey and tlie church revival. 1902. 

283.42G737P 
Hore, Alexander H. 
Eighteen centuries of the Church of 
England. 1881. 283.42H8iie 

Home, Thomas. 

Religious necessity of the reformation 
asserted, and the extent to which it 
was carried in the Church of England 
vindicated. (Bampton lectures.) 1828. 

283.42H81S 

Lane, C. Arthur. 

Illustrated notes on English church his- 
tory. 2v. 1901. 283.42L264 
Little, J. Knox. 

Conflict of ideals in the Church of Eng- 
land. 1905. 283.42L778C 
Makower, Felix. 
Constitutional history and constitution of 
the Church of England; tr. from the 
German. 1895. 283.42M236 
Molesworth, William N. 

History of the Church of England from 
1660. 1882. 283.42M7i9h 

Neale, John M. 
Lectures on church difficulties, n. d. 

283.42N346I 

Nye, G. H. F. 

Story of the Oxford movement. 1899. 

283.42X994S 



Overton, John H. 

Anglican revival, n. d. 283.42096 

Paton^ Robert. 

Scottish church and its surroundings in 
early times. 1884. 283.41P312S 

Perry» George G. 

History of the Church of England from 
the accession of Henry VIII to the 
silencing of convocation in the eight- 
eenth century. 1878. 283.42P463h 
Plunmier, Alfred. 

English church history, from the death 
of Archbishop Parker to the death of 
King Charles I. 1904. 283.42P734e 

Sandford, John. 

Mission and extension of the church at 
home. (Bampton lectures.) 1862. 

283.42S217 

Stanley, Arthur P.- 

Historical memorials of Canterbur}'- 
1888. 942.23S787 

Historical memorials of Westminster ab- 
bey. Ed. 5. 1882. 942.iS787h 
Tracts for the times, by members of the 
University of Oxford. 6v. 1840. 

283.42X52 

Wakeman, Henry O. 

Introduction to the history of the Church 
of England. 1896. 283.42W15" 

Same. 1899. r283.42Wi5ii 

Walsh, Walter. 
Secret history of the Oxford movement 
1897. 283.42W228 

Ward, WUf rid. 
William George Ward and the Oxford 
movement. 1889. 283.42VV264W 

Whately, Richard. 

Kingdom of Christ. 1859. 283.42W556k 

AMERICA, 

Caldecott, Alfred. 

Church in the West Indies. (Colonial 

church histories.) 1898. 283. 729^^^^ 

Cro^, Arthur L. 

Anglican episcopate and the American 

colonies. (Harvard historical studies.) 

1902. 283.73C950 

Dix, Morgan, ed. 

History of the parish of Trinity church 

in the city of New York. 2v. 1898. 

r283.747D620h 



RELIGION. 



123 



Umuel D. 

>f the American Episcopal 
rom the planting of the colo- 
le end of the civil wars. 1890. 

283.73Mi28h 

am. 

les^ ministers and families of 
2v. 1889. 283.7SSM482 

n C. 
the American church. 1894. 

283.73P827g 
e W. 

idbook of notable Episcopal 
in the United States. 1889. 

283.73Ss56k 

IcbC. 

f the Protestant Episcopal 
the United States of America, 
n church series.) 1895. 

283.73T56sh 

PE0TE8TANTISM. 

1, William. 

Protestants a safe way to sal- 
:888. 284C537r 

^ard T., Dubl>% Joseph, and 
I, J. Taylor. 

the Reformed church, Dutch, 
med church, German, and the 

church in the United States, 
n church history series.) 1895. 

284C833h 
lea H. H., and Neil, Charles, 



dictionary. 1904. 



r284.03W948 



RAN. ANABAPTISTS. 

rt. 

11 of the Anabaptists. 1903. 

284. 3 B 354 
r E. 

the Evangelical Lutheran 
1 the United States. (Amer- 
:h history series.) 1893. 

284.i73ji6h 
f E., and Haas, John A. W., 

yclopaedia. 1899. r284.iji61 



Lenker, Johannes N. 

Lutherans in all lands. Ed. 4. 1894. 

284.1LS67 

Norelius, Eric. 
Svenska luterska forsamlingarnas och 
svenskarnes historia i Amerika. 1890. 

SW-284.173N834 

Wolf, Edmund J. 

Lutherans in America. 1890. 

284. 1 73 W8S3 
CALVINIST. 

Calviji, Jean. 

Calvinist institutes of the Christian re- 
ligion; tr. by H. Beveridge. 2v. 1895. 

284.2Ci68i 

ALBIGENSES. WALDENSES. 



q284.4B370w 



Seattle, WiUiam. 

Waldenses. 1838. 
Bompiani, Sophia V. 

Short history of the Italian Waldenses 

who have inhabited the valleys of the 

Cottian Alps from ancient times to the 

present. 1897. 284.4B697S 

Comba, Emilio. 

History of the Waldenses of Italy from 
their origin to the reformation; tr. by 
T. E. Comba. 1889. •284.4C728h 

GiUy, William S. 

Narrative of an excursion to the moun- 
tains of Piedmont in the year 1823, and 
researches among the Vaudois or Wal- 
denses. 1827. 284.4G485n 

Waldensian researches during a second 
visit to the Vaudois of Piedmont. 1831. 

284.4G485W 

Muston, Alexis. 

Israel of the Alps; complete history of 
the Waldenses and their colonies; tr. 
by J. Montgomery. 2v. 1875. 

284.4M99ii 

Perrin, Jean P. 

History of the old Waldenses and Albi- 
genses anterior to the reformation, 
[and] History of the ten persecutions 
of the Vaudois, [by Thomas Bray] ; 
[ed. by] R. Baird. 1847. 284.4P4S7h 
Sketches of the Waldenses. n. d. 

284.4X42S 



124 



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Wylie^ James A. 

History of the Waldenses. Ed. 4. n. d. 

284.4W98ih 

HUGUENOTS. 

Baird, Charles W. 

History of Huguenot emigration to 
America. 2v. 1885. 284.5Bi63h 

Baird^ Henry If. 

History of the rise of the Huguenots of 
France. 2v. 1883. 284.5Bi64h 

Huguenots and Henry of Navarre. 2v. 
1886. 284.sBi64hu 

Huguenots and the revocation of the edict 
of Nantes. 2v. 1895. 284.sBi64hur* 

Browning, William S. 

History of the Huguenots. Ed. 4. n. d. 

284.sB885h 
History of Protestantism in France, from 
the earliest ages to the revocation of 
the edict of Nantes. 2v. in i. n. d. 

284.5X42h 
Kei^haw, S. Wayland. 
Protestants from France in their English 
home. 1885. 284.5K42P 

Masson, Gustave. 
Huguenots; sketch of their history from 
the beginning of the reformation to the 
death of Louis XIV. n. d. 

284.5M42oh 

Poole, Stanley Lane-. 

History of the Huguenots of the disper- 
sion at the recall of the edict of Nantes. 
1880. 284.5P822h 

Smiles, Samuel. 

Huguenots; their settlements, churches 
and industries in England and Ireland. 
1868. 284.5S640hu 

Huguenots in France after the revoca- 
tion of the edict of Nantes, with Mem- 
oirs of distinguished Huguenot refu- 
gees, and A visit to the country of the 
Vaudois. 1874. 284.5S640h 

Stapleton, Ammon. 

Memorials of the Huguenots in America, 
with special reference to their emigra- 
tion to Pennsylvania. 1901. 

284.58794™ 



Tylor. Charles. 

Camisards; sequel to Huguenots ii 
seventeenth century. 1893. 

284.! 
Huguenots in the seventeenth cei 
1892. 284.5'^ 

Weiss, Charles. 

History of the French Protestant 
gees from the revocation of the 
of Nantes to our own days; tr. 
the French by H. W. Herbert 
1854. 284.5V 

White, Henry. 

Massacre of St. Bartholomew. 18 

944.029\^ 

MORAVIAN. SWEDISH. 

ClewelU John E. 
History of Wachovia in North Car 
the Unitas fratrum or Moravian c 
in North Carolina, 1752. 1902. 

284.' 
Pope, William C. 
Affiliation of Swedish and Am< 
churchmen. 1894. 284. 

Schweinitc, Edmund de. 
History of the church known as the 
tas fratrum. 1885. 284.6 

Tyler, Benjamin B^ and others. 
History of the Disciples of Christ 
Society of Friends, the United I 
ren in Christ, and the Evangelical 
ciation. (American church hi 
series.) 1894. 289' 

285. PRESBYTERIAN. 

Hays, George P. 

Presbyterians; popular narrative of 
origin, progress, doctrines and ac 
ments. 189?. 28. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH I 
AMERICA. 

Alexander, Gross, and others. 
History of the Methodist church, 
the United Presbyterian churcl 
Cumberland Presbyterian chare! 
the Presbyterian church. South, 
United States. (American churc 
tory scries.) 1894. 285.1 



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125 



Brings, Charles A. 

American Presbyterianism. 1885. 

28s.iB8s3a 

GibbooBy Hughes O. 

History of Old Pine Street; being the 
record of an hundred and forty years 
in the life of a colonial church. 1905. 

285.10439^ 
House of Hope, St. Paul. « 

History of the House of Hope Presby- 
terian church, St. Paul, Minn., 1855- 
1876. 1876. • 28s.iH839h 

Thompson, Charles L. 

Presbyterians. (Story of the churches.) 
1903. 285.1T469 

Thompson, Robert E. 

History of the Presbyterian churches in 
the United States. (American church 
history series.) 1895. 28s.iT475h 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN GREAT 

BRITAIN. 



Bayne, Peter. 
Free church of Scotland. 1893. 

285.6B359 
Be?eridge, W, 
Short history of the Westminster assem- 
bly. 1904. 285.2WS32b 
Henderson, Henry F. 
Religious controversies of Scotland. 1905. 

285.2H497r 

Hetfaerington, William M. 

History of the church of Scotland . . . 

to ... . 1841. 1851. 285.2H589 

MHIer, Hugh. 

Headship of Christ and the rights of the 

Christian people; ed. by P. Bayne. 

1863. 285.2M649h 

Stanley, Arthur P. 

Lectures on the history of the Church of 

Scotland. 1872. 285 . 2S787I 

285. 8. CONGREiQATIONAL. 

Dexter, Henry M, 
Congregationalism of the last three hun- 
dred years as seen in its literature. 
1880. 285.8D526 

HiU, Hamilton A. 
History of the Old South church (Third 



church), Boston, 1669-1884. 2v. 1890. 

28s.87H645h 

Mackennal, Alexander. 

Sketches in the evolution of English Con- 
gregationalism. [1901.] 285.8M155 
Walker, Williston. 

Creeds and platforms of Congregational- 
ism. 1893. 28S.8W186C 

History of the Congregational churches 
in the United States. (American church 
history series.) 1894. 285.873Wi86h 

285.9. PUKITANISM. 

Arber, Edward, ed. 

Story of the Pilgrim fathers, 1606-1623, 

as told by themselves, their friends and 

their enemies. 1897. 974.48A664S 

Bacon, Leonard. 

Genesis of the New England churches. 

1874. 28s.9Bi29g 

Bartlett, WUliam H. 

Pilgrim fathers. 1853. 285.9B291 

Bsrington, Ezra H. 

Puritan as a colonist and reformer. 1899. 

285.9B994P 

Puritan in England and New England. 

1896. 285.9B994pi 

Campbell Pouglas. 

Puritan in Holland, England and Amer- 
ica. 2v. 1892. 28S.9C187P 
Cheever, George B., [ed.] 
Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth in 
New England, in 1620. Ed. 2. 1848. 

28S.9C511J 

Dexter, Henry M., and Dexter, Morton. 
England and Holland of the Pilgrims. 
1905. 28s.9Ds26e 

Dexter, Morton. 

Story of the Pilgrims. 1894. 28S.9DS27S 
Griffis, William E. 

Pilgrims in their three homes; England, 
Holland, America. 1898. 28S.9G852P 

Hunter, Joseph. 

Collections concerning the church or con- 
gregation of Protestant Separatists 
formed at Scrooby ... in the time of 
James I. 1854. 285.9H94S 



126 



REUGION. 



Marsden, John B. 

History of the early Puritans ... to 
. . . 1642. Ed. 3. (B amp ton lec- 
tures.) i860. 285.9M364 
History of the later Puritans, from . . . 
1642 to . . . 1662. £d. 3. (B amp ton 
lectures.) 1872. 285.9M364h 
Merriman, Titus M. 
Pilgrims, Puritans and Roger Williams 
vindicated. 1892. 28S.9M571P 
StoweU, WUUam H., and Wil3on, D. 
History of the Puritans and Pilgrim 
fathers. 1888. 285.98893 
WinUow, Wmiam C. 

Pilgrim fathers in Holland. 1891. 

28S.9W781P 
Young, Alexander, [ed.] 

Chronicles of the Pilgrim fathers of the 
colony of Plymouth from 1602 to 1625. 
1841. 28S.9Y68 

286. BAPTIST. 

Carlile, John C. 

Story of the English Baptists. 1905. 

286.42C282S 

Newman, Albert H. 
History of the Baptist churches in the 
United States. (American church his- 
tory series.) 1894. 286.73Ns5ih 
Vedder, Henry C. 

Baptists. (Story of the churches.) 1902. 

286V415 

287. METHODIST. 

Alexander, Gross, and others. 

History of the Methodist church, South, 
the United Presbyterian church, the 
Cumberland Presbyterian church and 
the Presbyterian church. South, in the 
United States. (American church his- 
tory series.) 1894. 285.iA376h 
Atkinson, John. 

Beginnings of the Wesleyan movement in 
America and the establishment therein 
of Methodism. 1896. 287A876 

Buckley, James M. 

History of Methodism in the United 
States. 2v. 1898. 287B924 

History of Methodists in the United 
States; same as History of Methodism 



in the United States. Ed. 3. (Amer- 
ican church history series.) 1900. 

287B924b 

Butler, D. 

John Wesley and George Whitefield io 

Scotland. 1898. 287B284J 

Faulkner^ John A. 

Methodists. (Story of the churches.) 

1903. 287F263 

Petty, John. 

History of the Primitive Methodist con- 
nexion, from ite origin to the confer- 
ence of i860. 1864. 287.4P512 
Snell, Frederick J. 
Wesley and Methodism. (World's epoch- 
makers.) 1900. B-Wsusn 
Stevens, Abel. 

History of the religious movement of the 

eighteenth century called Methodism. 

3v. 1858. 287C843h 

Sutherland, Alexander. 

Methodism in Canada. 1903. 287S966 

288. UNITAEIAN. 

Allen, Joseph H., and Eddy, Richard. 
History of the Unitarians and Univcrsal- 
ists in the United States. (American 
church history series.) 1894. 

288A427h 

Allen, Joseph H.^ and others, 
Unitarianism; its origin and history. 
1890. 288A427tt 

Appeal to Unitarians ; being a record of re- 
ligious experiences, by a convert frotn 
Unitarianism. 1890. 288X11* 

Chadwick, John W. 
Old and new Unitarian belief. 1894. 

2880432^ 

Clarke, James F. 

Essentials and non-essentials of religioi 

Ed. 13. 1902. 2880598^ 

Orthodoxy; its truths and errors. Ed. 7^ 
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Cooke, George W. 

Unitarianism in America. 1902. 288C77S 
Biiot, WUliam G. 
Discourses on the doctrines of Christian- 
ity. 1873. 288E43d 
Farley, Frederick A. 
Unitarianism defined. 1873. a88F232 



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Frothingham, Octavius B. 

Boston Unitarianism, 1820-1850; study of 
the life and work of Nathaniel L. 
Frothingham. 1890. 288F941 

Martineau, James. 

Studies of Christianity. 1870. 288M386S 
Metcalf, Richard. 

Letter and spirit. 1872. 288M587I 

Moysey, Charles A. 

Doctrines of Unitarians examined, as op- 
posed to the Church of England. 
(Bampton lectures.) 1818. 288M938 
Newton, R. Heber, and others. 

Mission of Unitarianism, [and other 
tracts]. 1884. 288N566m 

Norton, Andrews. 

Statement of reasons for not believing 
the doctrines of trinitarians. Ed. 5. 
1872. 288W883S 

Savage, Minot J. 

Our Unitarian gospel. 1898. 288S2640 

Wilson, John. ( 
Unitarian principles confirmed by trini- 
tarian testimonies. Ed. 6. 1869. 

288W7S2U 

289. MINOR CHRISTIAN SECT^. 

Tyler, Benjamin B., and others. 
History of the Disciples of Christ, the 
Society of Friends, the United Breth- 
ren in Christ, and 'the Evangelical asso- 
ciation. '(American, church history 
scries.) 1894. 289T98ih 

UNIVERSALIST. ADVENTIST. 

Adams, John C. 
Hosea Ballou.and the gospel renaissance 
of the nineteenth century. 1903. 

289.1A214 

AlTen, Joseph H., and Eddy, Richard. 

History of the Unitarians and Universal- 

ists in the United States. (American 

church history series.) 1894. 288A427h 

Biblical institute, Oakland, Cal., Apr. 1-17, 

1877. 
Biblical institute; synopsis of lectures on 

the principal doctrines of the Seventh- 
day Adventists. 1878. 289.36582 



White, Mrs. EUen G. 

Spirit of prophecy . . . death, resurrec- 
tion and ascension of Our Lord Jesus 
Christ. 3v. 1878. 289.3WS83S 

NEW CHURCH OR SWEDENBOR- 

GIAN. 

Barret^ Benjamin F. 

Lectures on the new dispensation, called 
the New Jerusalem. 1854. 289.4B272I 
Carey, Arthur A. 
Nervous prostration and its spiritual 
cause. 1904. ' 289..4C273n 

[Clowes, John.] 
Dialogues on the nature, design and evi- 
dence of the theological writings of 
Emanuel Swedenborg. 1835. 

289.4C649d 

MitcheU, Edward Craig. 

Scripture symbolism. 1904. 289.4M681S 
Noble, Samuel. 
Appeal in behalf of the views of the eter- 
nal world and state and the doctrines 

of faith and life held by the . . . 

New Church. Ed. 2. 1857. 289.4N7S2 
Swedenborg, Emanuel. 
Account of the last judgment and the 

Babylon destroyed; tr. from the Latin. 

1857. 289.4S973 

Angelic wisdom concerning the divine 

love and the divine wisdom; tr. from 

the Latin. 1859. 289.4S973an 

Angelic wisdom concerning the divine 

providence; tr. from the Latin. 1857. 

289.4S973ang 
Apocalypse revealed; tr. from the Latin. 

2v. 1883. 289.4S973apo 

Apocalypsis explicata secundum sensum 

spiritualem. 6v. 1885. 280.4S973apoe 
Apocalypsis revelata. 2v. 1881. 

289.4S973apor 
Arcana caelestia; the heavenly arcana; 

tr. from the Latin. lov. 1853. 

289.4S973ar 
Conjugial love. 1856. 289.4S973C0 

De caelo et ejus mirabilibus et de inferno 

ex auditus et visis. 1890. 289.4S973d 
Delicae sapientiae de amore conjugiali. 

1889. 289.4S973de 



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Margoliouth, David S. 

Religions of Bible lands. 1902. 290M329 
Idaurice^ Frederick D. 

Religions of the world and their relations 
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29oM454r 

Mitchell, J. Murray. 

Great religions of India. 1905. 29oM682g 
Ifontfaucon, Bernard de. 

X'antiquite expliquee et representee en 
figures, v. i, v. 2, pt. 2. 1722. 

frF-9i3.38M782 

Mmier, Max, ed. . 

Sacred books of the East; tr. by various 
oriental scholars, v. 1-49. 1879-1904. 

290M958S 

Nature worship; phallic faiths and practices, 
ancient and modern. 1891. 290X1 in 
Oldham, C. F. 

Sun and the serpent; a contribution to 
the history of serpent-worship. 1905. 

290O45S 

Ophiolatreia; ritQs and mysteries connected 

with the origin, rise and development 

of serpent worship. 1899. 290X110 

Paine, Levi L. 

Ethnic trinities and their relations to the 

Christian Trinity. 1901. 29oPi46e 

Parks, Leighton. 

His star in the East; study in the early 

Aryan religions. 1887. 29oP2S2h 

Phallic miscellanies . . chiefly in the 

religions of India. 1891. 290X1 ip 

Phallic objects, monuments and remains. 

1889. 290X1 1 ph 

Kawlinson, George. 

Religions of the ancient world. 1883. 

29oR26ir 
Sacred books of the East . . . selections 
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classics.) 1900. r29oSi22 

Smith, George. 

Gentile nations; or, History and religion 
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mans. Ed. 4. n. d. 290S647S 
Th6baud, Augustus J. 

Gentilism; religion previous to Christi- 
anity. Ed. 2. 1876. 290T375 



Tiele. Comelis P. 

Outline of the history of religion to the 

spread of the universal religions; tr. 

from the Dutch by J. E. Carpenter. 

1877. 290X5620 

Tyler, Edward B. 

Primitive culture. 2v. 1883. 290T98SP 
Wake, G. Staniland. 

Serpejit worship, and other essays, with 
a chapter on totemism. 1888. 

290W146S 

291. COMPARATIVE AND GEX 
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Banier, Antoine. 

Mythology and fables of the ancients ex- 
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Bell, John, pub. 
Bell's new pantheon; or, Historical dic- 
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2v. in I. 1790. qr29i.03B454 

Bryant, Jacob. 

New system; or, Analysis of antient 
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291B9150 
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Age of fable; ed. by E. E. Hale. 1894. 

291B933 

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Clodd, Edward. 

Childhood of religions. 1881. 291C643C 

Myths and dreams. 1885. 29iC643ni 

Cox, Sir George W. 

Mythology of the Aryan nations. 1903- 

29iC877«*^ 
De Kay, Charles. 

Bird gods. 1898. 29103^=^* 

Emerson, Ellen R. 
Indian myths ... compared with tho^^ 
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Fiskei, John. 
Myths and myth-makers. 1873. 

29iF54iic^ 
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Frazer, James O. 
The golden bough; a study in compara> 
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Classic myths in English literature, based 
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291G287C 

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History and chronology of the myth- 
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rort, W. Jillard, 

Xew pantheon; or, Introduction to the 
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29iH82in 

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Mythology of the Eddas; how far of true 
Teutonic origin. 1882. 29iK24m 

Outlines of primitive belief among the 
Indo-European races. 1882. 291K240 

ciight, Richard P. 

Symbolic language of ancient art and 
mythology. 1892. 291K71S 

uig, Andrew. 

Custom and myth. 1885. 291L269 

^lagic and religion. 1901. 29iL269m 

Modern mythology. 1897. 29iL269mo 

Myth, ritual and religion. 2v. 1887. 

29iL269my 

ethaby, WUliam R. 

Architecture, mysticism and myth. 1892. 

291L647 

(able, Hamnton W., ed. 
Myths that every child should know. 
1905. 291 Mi 12m 

tills, Charles D. 
Tree of mythology, its growth and fruit- 
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i€mier, Karl O. 
Introduction to a scientific system of 
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Leitch. 1844. 29iM96ii 

Miiller, Max. 
Contributions to the science of mythol- 
ogy. 2v. 1897. 291M9S8 

Murray, Alexander S. 
Manual of mythology. 1895. 29iM979m 

O'Neill, John. 
Night of the gods . . . cosmic and cos- 
mogonic mythology and symbolism. 
2v. 1893-1897. r29iOS7n 

PhUpot, Mrs. J. H. 
The sacred tree; or, The tree in religion 
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Roeder, Adolph. 

Symbol psychology. 1903. 

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Aryan sun-myths. 1889. 

VignoU, Tito. 
Myth and science. 1882. 



291R712S 



291T618 



291V686 



292. GREEK AND ROMAN MY- 
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Bell, Louie M. 
Mythology in marble. 1901. 292B434m 

Campbell, Lewis. 
Religion in Greek literature. 1898. 

292Ci89r 

CoUignon, ' Maxime. 
Manual of mythology in relation to 
Greek art; tr. and enlarged by J. E. 
Harrison. 1890. 733C709m 

Cox, Sur George W. 

Tales of ancient Greece, n. d. 

292C877t 

Dall, Mrs. Caroline W. H. 

Margaret and her friends; or, Ten con- 
versations with Margaret Fuller upon 
the mythology of the Greeks and its 
expression in art. 1895. 292Di44m 

Dwight, Mary A. 
Grecian and Roman mythology. 1882. 

292D992g 

Dyer, Louis. 

Studies of the gods in Greece at certain 
sanctuaries recently excavated. (Low- 
ell Institute lectures.) 1891. 

292D995S 

Ely, Talfourd. 
Olympos; talcs of the gods of Greece and 
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Famell, Lewis R. 
Cults of the Greek states. 2v. 1896. 

292F235 

Formby, Henry. 

Monotheism, in the main derived from 

the Hebrew nation, and the law of 

Moses the primitive religion of the city 

of Rome. 1877. 292F725 

Gladstone, William £. 

Juventus mundi. 1869. 883.ixglj 



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Granger, Edward. 

Worship of the Romans viewed in rela- 
tion to the Roman temperament. 1895. 

292G7S8W 

Guerber, H6Une A. 

Myths of Greece and Rome. 1893. 

292G929m 

Harrison, Jane E. 

Myths of the Odyssey in art and litera- 
ture. 1882. 292H32im 

Prolegomena to the study of Greek re- 
ligion. 1903. 292H321P 
Harrison, Jane E., and Verrall, Margaret 
de G. 

Mythology and monuments . of ancient 
Athens; being a tr. of a portion of the 
Attica of Pausanias, with introd. essay 
and archaeological commentary. 1890. 

292H32imy 

Keightley, Thomas. 

Mythology of ancient Greece and Italy; 
ed. by L. Schmitz. 1896. 292K26m 

Lamed, Augusta. 
Old tales retold from Grecian mythology 
in talks around the fire. 1876. 

292L324 o 
Le Gallienne, Richard. 

Perseus and Andromeda. 1902. 

292L496P 

Petiscus, A. H. 
Gods of Olympus; tr. and ed. by K. A. 
Raleigh. 1892. 292P488g 

Der Olymp; oder, Mythologie der 
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Pococke, Edward. 

India in Greece; or, Truth in mythology. 
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Rouse, William H. D. 

Greek votive offerings. 1902. 292R863g 
Ruskin, John. 

Queen of the air; being a study of the 
Greek myths of cloud and storm, n. d. 

292R956q 

Same. 1905. in r70oR956 v. 19 

Seemann, Otto. ' 

Mythologie der Griechen und Romer; 
durchgesehen und verbessert von R. 
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Steuding, Hermann. 
Greek and. Roman mythology anc 
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L. D. Barnett. 1901. 2 

Walton, Alice. 

Cult of Asklepios. 1894. 29 

Witt, C. 

Classic mythology; tr. by F. 
husband. 1887. 25 

293. TEUTONIC AND N( 
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Anderson, Rasmus B. 

Norse mythology. Ed. 5. 1896. 

Arbois de Jubainville, Henri d*. 

Irish mythological cycle and Cel 
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West. 1903. 2 

Burt, Mary £. 

Story of the German Iliad; a 
reader. 1892. 2 

Grimm, Jakob. 

Teutonic mythology; tr. from t 
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Guerber, H61^ne A. 

Myths of northern lands, narrat 
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Keary, Annie, and Keary, Eliza. 
Heroes of Asgard; tales from S 
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Lamed, Augusta. 

Tales from the Norse grandmot" 
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Litchfield, Mary E. 

The nine worlds; stories from 
mythology. 1890. 2 

Mabiev Hamilton W. 

Norse stories retold from the 
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Munch, Peter A, 

Nordmaendenes aeldste gude oi 
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Manual of Scandinavian mytholo] 

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293R482I 
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293R992t 
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r293R992t 
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Charles, 
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293S774m 
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of our fathers; a study of Saxon 
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Benjamin, comp. 
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293T5i7n 

{AHMANISM, BUDDHISM, 

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Iharles F. 

hamma of Gotama the Buddha and 
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294A291 
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Siddartha, the Japanese Buddha. 

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294B553 
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the Sanskrit by M. M. Chatterji. 

294B57SC 



Bhagavad-Gita; or, The Lord's song; tr. 
by A. Besant. £d. 4. 1904. 

294BS7Sb 
Bose, Ram Chandra. 

Brahmoism; or, History of reformed Hin- 
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the present time. 1884. 294B743 

Hindu philosophy popularly explained; 
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294B743h 
Cams, Paul. 
Gospel of Buddha, according to old rec- 
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Nirvana; a story of Buddhist psychology. 
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Carwithen, J. B. S. 

View of the Brahminical religion in its 
confirmation of the truth of the sacred 
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294C332 
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Popular religion and folk-lore of north- 
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Davids, T. W. Rhys. 
Buddhism; its history and literature. 
1896. 294D25ibu 
Lectures on the origin and growth of re- 
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1882. 294D251I 
Dowson, John. 
Classical dictionary of Hindu mythology 
and religion, geography, history and 
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HaU, H. Fielding. 

Soul of a people. 1905. 91S.91H176S 

Hopkins, Edward W. 

Religions of India. 1895. 294H793r 

Jenning^, Hargrave. 

Indian religions; or, Results of the mys- 
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Johnson, Samuel. 

Oriental religions and their relation to 
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Kellogg, Samuel H. 
Light of Asia and Light of the world. 
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Lillie, Arthur. 
Buddha and Buddhism. (World's epoch- 
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LiUle, Arthur. 
Buddhism in Christendom; or, Jesus the 
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Mitchell, J. Murray, and Muir, Sir William. 
Two old faiths; essays on the religions 
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1891. 294M682t 

Muir, John. 
Original Sanskrit texts on the origin and 
history of the people of India, their 
religion and institutions. 5v. 1868- 
1884. 891.2M9520 

MOller, Max. 
Lectures on the origin and growth of 
religion as illustrated by the religions 
of India. (Hibbert lectures.) 1891. 

294M9S8I 
Ramakrishna; his life and sayings. 1899. 

294Ri64m 
Oldenberg, Hermann. 
Ancient India; its language and religions. 
Ed. 2. 1898. 294O46 

Omai^ John C. 
Mystics, ascetics and saints of India; a 
study of Sadhuism. 1903. 294055m 
Phillips, Maurice. 

Teaching of the Vedas. 1895. 294P562t 
Reed, Mrs. Elizabeth A. 

Primitive Buddhism. 1896. 294R323P 

Rockhill, W. WoodviUe, tr. 

Life of the Buddha and the early history 
of his order. 1885. 294R683I 

Slater, Thomas E. 
Higher -Hinduism in relation to Christi- 
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Stone, Charles J. 
Christianity before Christ. 1885. 

294S877 
Waddell, L Austine. 

Buddhism of Tibet; or, Lamaism. 1895. 

294Wii5b 

Wilkins, W. J. 

Hindu mythology, Vedic and Puranic. 
1882. 294W68sh 

Modern Hinduism. 1887. 294W685m 

Williams^ Sir Monier Monier-. 
Buddhism in its connexion with Brah- 
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294W725bu 
Hinduism. (Non-Christian religious sys- 
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295. PAK8EiEISM. 

Avesta. 

Avesta, the religious books of the Par- 
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Hymn of Zoroaster, Yasna 31; tr. with 
comments by A. V. W. Jackson. 1888. 

295A956hyj 

Cumont, Franz. 

Mysteries of Mithra; tr. from the French 
by T. J. McCormack. 1903. . 295C972m 
Dosabhai Framji Karaka. 

History of the Parsis. 2v. 1884. 

295D722h 
Haug, Martin. 

Essays on the sacred language, writings 
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West. 1884. 295H371 

Jackson, A. V. Williams. 

Zoroaster, the prophet of ancient Iran. 
1899. 295J11Z 

Johnson, Samuel. 

Oriental religions and their relation to 
universal religion; Persia. 1885. 

295J690 

296. JUDAISM. 

Abrahams, Israel. 
Jewish life in the middle ages. 1896. 

296A162J 
Adler, Cyrus, ed. 
Voice of America on KishineflF. 1904. 

296A237V 

Adler, Elkan N. 

Jews in many lands. 1905. 296A238} 

Aguilar, Grace. 

Jewish faith. [1873] 296A283J 

American Jewish historical society. 
Publications. 6v. in 3. 1893-1897. 

296Asiihp 
American Jewish year book, 1904-date. 

r296Asiiy 

Amram, David W. 

Jewish law of divorce according to Bible 

and Talmud, with some reference to its 

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1896. 296A527J 



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Sir Richard F. 

5w, the Gypsy and El Islam; ed. 
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1 of Jewish history and literature; 
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296C344m 
Thomas K. 
religious life after the exile. 1898. 

296C531J 
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nent of the Jews in North Am- 

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\ Adolph. 

forerunners of Christianity. 1903. 

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I the pale; true story of anti-Semi- 
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296D266 
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student's companion. 1880. 

296D467J 
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Edrehi, Mose)i. 
Historical account of the ten tribes set- 
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Errera, Leo. 

Russian Jews; extermination or emanci- 
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Etheridge, John W. 
Jerusalem and Tiberias, Sora and Cor- 
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296E84i 
Pleury, Claude. 

Manners of the ancient Israelites; en- 
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n. d. 296F6i8m 
Frederic, Harold. 

New exodus; a study of Israel in Russia. 
1892. 296F852n 

Geiger, Abraham. 
Judaism and its history; tr. from the 
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296G310J 
Goldziher, Ignas. 
Mythology among the Hebrews and its 
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Rabbinical dialectics; a history of the dia- 

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Spirit of the Ghetto; studies of the Jew- 
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A Jewish state; an attempt at a modern 
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Nineteen leters of Ben Uziel; tr. by B. 
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Hosmer, James K. 
Jews, ancient, mediaeval and modern. 
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Ilio¥rizi, Henry. 

In the pale; stories and leegnds of the 

Russian Jews. 1897. 297l28i 

Jewish dreams and realities contrasted 

with Islamitic and Christian qlaims. 

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Isaacs, Abram S. 

Stories from the rabbis. 1893. 

296TiS2is 

Jacobs, Jo^ph. 

Jewish ideals, and other essays. 1896. 

296J16J 
Jews of Angevin England. (English his- 
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296Ji6je 
Studies in Jewish statistics. 1891. 

296 J I 6s t 
Jewish women's congress, Chicago, Sept. 

4-7, 1893. 
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Joseph, Morris. 

Ideal in Judaism, and other sermons. 
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Judaism; its creed and life. 1903. 

296J85J 
Kellogg, Samuel H. 
The Jews; or, Prediction and fulfilment; 
an argument for the times. 1883. 

296K29J 

Knappert, J. 

Religion of Israel; tr. from the Dutch by 
R. A. Armstrong. 1877. 296K67r 

Kohut, Alexander. 
Ethics of the fathers; tr. from the German 
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Lazare, Bernard. 
Antisemitism; its history and causes; tr. 
from the French. 1903. 296L430 

Lazaru's, Josephine. 

Spirit of Judaism. 1895. 296L431S 

Lazarus, Moritz. 
Ethics of Judaism; tr. from the German 
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Leroy-Beaulieu, Anatole. 

Israel among the nations; a study of Jews 
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Lindo, Elias H. 

History of the Jews of Spain and Portu- 
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296M198J 



Magnus, Katie, lady. 

Jewish portraits. 1889. 
Manasseh Ben Israel. 

Menasseh Ben Israel's mission to Oliver 
Cromwell; being a reprint of the 
pamphlets pub. . . . 1649- 1656; cd. 
.... by L. Wolf. 1 901. 296M267 
Mielziner, Moses. 
Institution of slavery among the ancient 
Hebrews. 1894. 296M63ii 

Introduction to the Talmud. Ed. 2. 
1903. 296Ti52tmi 

Jewish law of marriage and divorce in 
ancient and modern times and its rela- 
tion to the law of the state. Ed. 2. 
1901. 296M631J 

Same. 1884. r296M63ij 

Mocatta, Frederic D. 
Jews of Spain and Portugal and the in- 
quisition. 1877. 296M689J 
Montefiore, Claude G. 

Lectures on the origin and growth of re- 
ligion as illustrated by the religion of 
the ancient Hebrews. (Hibbert lec- 
tures.) 1892. 296M774I 
Liberal Judaism. 1903. 296M774li 
Moorehead, William G. 
Studies in the Mosaic institutions. 1904. 

296M825S 

Morrison, William D. 
Jews under Roman rule. (Story of the 
nations.) 1890. 296M883J 

Peters, Madison C. 

The Jew as a patriot. 1902. 296P482 

Justice to the Jew; story of what he has 
done for the world. 1899. 296P482J 

Philipson, David. 

Old European Jewries. 1894. 296P5S60 
Remy, Nahida. 
The Jewish woman; tr. by L. Mannheim- 
er. 1897. 296R392J 

Robertson, James. 

Early religion of Israel as set forth by 
Biblical writers and by modern critical 
historians. Ed. 4. 1896. 296R651 

Rodkitifson, Michael L. 

History of the Talmud. 2v. in i. 1903. 

r296Ti52ro 

Rosenau, William. 
Jewish ceremonial institutions and cus- 
toms. 1903. 296R816J 



RELIGION. 



137 



Russell, Cyril, and Lewis, H, S. 

The Jew in London. looi. 296R961J 
Russo- Je¥rish committee of London. 
Persecution of the Jews in Russia. 1891. 

296R969P 
Schechter, Solomon. 

Studies in Judaism. 1896. 296S314S 

Schindler, Solomon. 
Dissolving views in the history of Juda- 
ism. 1888. 296S337d 
Messianic expectations and modern Juda- 
ism. 1886. 296S337m 
Schreiber, Emai^nel. 
Reformed Judaism and its pioneers. 1892. 

296S378r 
SixtgtT, Isidore, ed. 

Jewish encyclopaedia. I2v. 1901-1906. 

r296S6i6j 

£.ussia at the bar of the American people; 

a memorial of Kishineff; records and 

documents. 1904. 296S6i6r 

^KKiith, George. 

Hebrew people; or. History and religion 

of the Israelites from the origin of the 

nation to the time of Christ. Ed. 5. 

n. d. 296S647 

St:anley, Arthur P. 

Lectures on the history of the Jewish 
church. 3v. 1877. 296S787I 

StUes, WUUam C. 

Out of Kishineff; duty of the American 
people to the Russian Jew. 1903. 

296S856 

Talmud. 

Hebraic literature; tr. from the TalmuQ, 
Midrashim and Kabbala. (Universal 
classics library.) 1901. r296Ti52h 

Hebrew literature; comprising Talmudic 
treatises, Hebrew melodies <and fhe 
Kabbalah unveiled. (World's great 
classics.) 1901. r296TiS2he 

New edition of the Babylonian Talmud, 
English tr.; original text ed. by M. L. 
Rodkinson. i7v. in 16. 1896-1903. 

r296Ti52nr 

The Talmud; selections from the con- 
tents, its commentaries, teachings, 
poetry and legends; tr. from the orig- 
inal by H. Polano. 1876. 296T152SP0 

Talmudic miscellany; extracts from the 
Talmud, the Midrashim and the Kab- 



balah; comp. and tr. by P. L Hershon 

1880. 296TiS2t 

Wit and wisdom of the Talmud; ed. by 

M. C. Peters. 1900. 296T152WP 

Taylor, Charles, ed. 

Sayings of the Jewish fathers, comprising 

Pirqe Aboth in Hebrew and English. 

Ed. 2. 1897. 296T239S 

Toy, Crawford H. 

History of the religion of Israel. Ed. 7. 
1891. 296T756h 

Judaism and Christianity. 1890. 

296T756J 

Two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of 

the settlement of the Jews in the United 

States, 1655-1905; addresses delivered at 

Carnegie hall, New York, Thanksgiving 

day, 1905. 1905. 296T976t 

[Waldstein, Charles.] 

Jewish question and the mission of the 

Jews. 1894. 296W168J 

Wil.kinsoni, John. 

"Israel my glory"; or, Israel's mission 
and missions to Israel. 1894. 

296W686i 

Wines, Enoch C. 

Ccmmentaries on the laws of the ancient 
Hebrews. 1853. 296W768C 

Wise, Isaac M. 
Judaism and Christianity. 1883. 

296W812JU 
Judaism; its doctrines and duties. 1872. 

296W8i2iud 

Selected writings; ed. by D. Philipson 

and L. Grossmann. 1900. 296W812S 

Wolf, Simon. 

American Jew as patriot, soldier and citi- 

' zen; ed. by L. E. Levy. 1895. 

296W8S4 

World's congress of religions. ^ 

Judaism at the World's* parliament of re- 
ligions. 1894. 296W928J 

297. MOHAilMEDANIS^r. 



Arnold, Thomas W. 

Preaching of Islam. 1896. 
Darmesteter, James. 
The Mahdi, past and present. 



297A760P 

1885. 
297D222m 



138 



RELIGION. 



Haines, Charles R. 

Islam as a missionary religion. (Non- 
Christian religious systems.) 1889. ■ 

297HiS3i 
Hughes, Thomas P. 

Dictionary of Islam. 1885. r297.03H895 
Jessup, Henry H. 

Women of the Arabs; ed. by C. S. Rob- 
inson and I. Riley. 1873. 297J58W 
Johnstone, P. De Lacy. 
Muhammad and his power. (World's 
epoch-makers.) 1901. B-M697J0 
Khan, [Gazanfar All}, and Sparroy, Wilfrid. 
With the pilgrims to Mecca. 1905. 

91S.32K43 
Koran. 

El-Kor'an; tr. from the Arabic by J. M. 

Rodwell. Ed. 2. 1876. 297K84er 

Koran, commonly called the Alcoran of 

Mohammed; tr. from the Arabic by G. 

Sale. 1884. 297K84ks 

Selections from the Kur-an; by E. W. 

Lane. 1890. 297K84kl 

Lake, John J. 

Islam; its origin, genius and mission. 
1878. 297L92ii 

Macdonald, Duncan B. 
Development of Muslim theology, juris- 
prudence and constitutional theory. 
1903. 297M133 

Margoliouth, David S. 
Mohammed and the rise of Islam. (He- 
roes of the nations.) 1905. 297M329m 
Mills, Charles. 

History of Muhammedanism. Ed. 2. 

1818. 297M656 

Mitchell, J. Murray, and Muir, Sir William. 

Two old faiths; essays on the religion of 

the Hindus and Mohammedans. 1891. 

294M682t 
Muhammad. 

Speeches and table-talk; chosen and tr. 

by S. Lane-Poole. 1882. 297M952SP 

Muir, Sir WilHam. 

.Caliphate; its rise^ decline and fall. Ed. 

2. 1892. 297M954C 

Coran, its composition and teaching, and 

the testimony it bears to the Holy 

Scriptures. (Non-Christian religious 

systems.) 1903. 297K34cm 

Mohammedan controversy, Biographies 

of Mohammed, [etc.] 1897. 297M954mi 



Phelps, Myron H. 

Life and teachings of Abbas Effendi; 

study of the religion of the Babis. 

1903. 297P539 

Poole, Stanley Lane-. 

Studies in a mosque. 1883. 297P822S 

Smith, Henry P. 

Bible and Islam. (Ely lectures.) 1897. 

297S649b 

Smith, R. Bosworth. 

Mohammed and Mohammedanism. 1875, 

297S657m 

Stobart, James W. H. 

Islam and its founder. (Non-Christian 
religious systems.) 1901. 29788631 

Thomas, Frederick W. 

Mutual influence of Muhammadans and 
Hindus in law, morals and religion dur- 
ing the period of Muhammadan as- 
cendancy. 1892. 297T456m 
Tisdall, W. St. Clair. 

Original sources of the Qur an. 1905. 

297K84t 

Religion of the crescent. (Non-Christian 

religious systems.) 1895. 297T6i3r 

Weil, Gustav. 

The Bible, the Koran and the Talmud; 

or, Biblical legends of the Mussulmans; 

comp. from Arabic sources; tr. from 

the German, 1863. 297W422 

WoUaston, Arthur N. 

Sword of Islam. 1905. 297W863S 

298. MORMONISM. 

Bancroft, Hubert H. 

History of Utah, 1540-1887. 1890. 

979.2B2i3b 

Codman, John. 

Solution of the Mormon problem. 
(Questions of the day.) 1885. 

298C669S 

Dickinson Mrs. Ellen E. 

New light on Mormonism. 1885. 

298D5S3n 

Ferris, Benjamin G. 

Utah and the Mormons. 1854. 298F394U 
Kennedy, James H. 

Early days of Mormonism. 1888. 

' 298K34e 



RELIGION. 



139 



inT. 

and their Bible. 1901. 

2glSL2igm 
m A. 

:he Mormons. 1902. 298L758S 
8 L. 
aspects of Mormonism. 1904. 

298N428S 
larles W. 

)nement. 1884. 298P4i7b 

' doctrine plain and simple. Ed. 

298P4i7m 
Meadows massacre; who were 
f the crime? 1899. 298P4i7mo 
eorge. 
he Book of Mormon. 1888. 

298B463S 
gc. 

problem. 1899. 298S457m 

>h. 

Mormon. 1871. 298S653b 

ind covenants of the Church of 
iirist of latter day saints, care- 
lected from the revelations of 
Joseph Smith, Ed. 4. 1846. 

298S6s3d 
md covenants of the Church of 
hrist of latter-day saints con- 
the revelation given to Joseph 
iivided into verses by O. Pratt. 

298S653dp 
aeroy. 

le and progress of Mormonism. 

298T893 o 

tlOR NON-OHBISTIAN. 

DRUIDS. 

f and rites of the British 
. . . with . . . ancient poems 
acts, [and] Remarks on ancient 
:oins. 1809. 299.16D255 

SEMITIC. 

luel I. 

Semitic religion of to-day. 1902. 

299.2C982P 
rris. 
f Babylonia and Assyria. 1898. 

298.2i9j4ir 



King, Leonard W. 

Babylonian religion and mythology. 1899. 

299.219K53 
Sayce, Archibald H. 
Lectures on the origin and growth of re- 
ligion as illustrated by the religion of 
the ancient Babylonians. (Hibbert lec- 
tures.) 1887. 299.219S274 
Smith, W. Robertson. 
Lectures on the religion of the Semites- 
1889. 299.28665! 

EGYPTIAN. 

Adams, W. Marsham. 
Book of the master; or, Egyptian doc- 
trine of the Light born of the virgin 
mother. 1898. 299.31A221 

Bonwick, James. 

Hgyptian belief and modern thought 
1878. 299.31B722 

Book of the dead. 

Book of the dead; an English tr. of the 
chapters, hymns, etc., of the Theban 
recension, with introd., notes, etc., by 
E. A. Wallis Budge. 3v. 1901- 

299.3iB723b 
Egyptian Book of the dead; ed. by C. H. 
S. Davis. 1894. fr299.3iB723d ^ 

Budge, E. A. Wallis. 

Egyptian ideas of the future life. Ed. 2. 
1900. 299.31B928C 

Gods of the Egyptians. 2v. 1904. 

r299.3iB928g 

Lockyer, J. Norman. 
Dawn of astronomy; a study of the tem- 
ple-worship and mythology of the an- 
cient Egyptians. 1894. 299.31L818 
Myer, Isaac. 
Scarabs; the history, manufacture and 
religious symbolism of the scarabaeus 
in ancient Egypt, Phoenicia. Sardinia, 
Etruria, etc. 1894. 299.31M99S8 
Prichard, James C. 
Analysis of Egyptian mythology, [and] 
Critical examination of the remains of 
Egyptian chronology. 1819. 

299.31P947 
Renouf, Peter L. 
Origin and growth of religion as illus- 
trated by the religion of ancient Egypt 
(Hibbert lectures.) 1879. 299.31R4190 



140 



RELIGION. 



Sayce, Archibald H. 

Religions of ancient Egypt and Babylo- 
nia. (Gifford lectures.) 1903. 

299.31S274 
Steindprff, Georg. 
Religion of the ancient Egyptians. 1905. 

299.3iS82ir 
Tiele, Cornelis P. 

History of the Egyptian religion; tr. from 
the Dutch by J. Ballingal. 1882. 

299.31T562 

Ward, John. 

Sacred beetle; popular treatise on Egyp- 
tian scarabs in art and history. 1902. 

r299.3iW258s 
Wiedemann, Alfred. 
Ancient Egyptian doctrine of the immor- 
tality of the soul. 1895. 299.31W644 
Religion of the ancient Egyptians. 1897. 

299.3iW644r 

CHINESE. JAPANESE. 

Alexander, G. G. 

Lao-Tsze, the great thinker, with a tr. 
of his Thoughts on the nature and 
manifestations of God. 1895. 

299.5A376I 

Douglas, Sir Robert K. 

Confucianism and Taouism. (Non-Chris- 
tian religious systems.) Ed. 5. 1900. 

299.5D736C 

Du Bosev Hampden C. 

Dragon, image and demon; or, The three 
religions of China. 1887. 299.5D8i7d 
Edkins, Joseph. 
Religion in China. Ed. 3. 1884. 

299.5E23r 

Griffis, WilUam E. 

Religions of Japan. 1895. 299.sG852r 

Johnson, Samuel. 

Oriental religions and their relation to 
universal religion; China. 1877. 

299.5J690 

Lcggc, James. 

Religions of China; Confucianism and 
Taoism described and compared with 
Christianity. 1881. 299.5Lsi4r 



Lrowell, Percival. 

Occult Japan; or. Way of the god§; an 
esoteric study of Japanese personality 
and possession. 1895. 299.5L9170 

Parker, Edward H. 

China and religion. 1905. 299.5P238C 

AFRICAN. 

Nassau, Robert H. 
Fetichism in west Africa. 1904. 

299.6N266f 

AMERICAN. 

Brihton, Daniel G. 

American hero-myths. 1882. 299.7B858a 
Myths of the new world. 1868. 

299 . 7B858m 

Dorman, Rushton M. 

Origin of primitive superstitions and 

their development into the worship of 

spirits . . . among the aborigines 

of America. 1881. 299.7D712 

Parry, Francis. 

Sacred Maya stone of Mexico and its 
symbolism. 1893. fr9i3.72P264s 

Peet, Stephen D. 

Myths and symbols. (Prehistoric Amer- 
ica.) 1905. 299.7P37Sni 

R6ville, Albert. 

Lectures on the origin and growth of re- 
ligion as illustrated by the native reli- 
gions of Mexico and Peru; tr. by P. H. 
Wicksteed. (Hibbert lectures.) 1894. 

299.7R454 

Squier, Ephraim G. 

Serpent symbol, and the worship of the 
reciprocal principles of nature in Amer- 
ica. (American archaeological- re- 
searches.) 1851. r299.7S773s 

POLYNESIAN. 

GiU, WiUiam W. 
Myths and songs of the south Pacific. 
1876. 299.9G475 



AUTHOR LIST. 



C. J. English church and its bish- 

283. 42 A 1 246 

C. J., and Overton, J. H. English 
rch in the eighteenth century. 

274.2Ai24e 
F. E. Scientific theism. 211 A 126s 
out of agnosticism. 149.7A126W 

P. L. Faith built on reason. 

210A126 

K Subject-index to the Dialogues 
Plato. ri84.idxa 

E, A. From letter to spirit. 

226Al32f 

mus. 244 A 1 320 

E. H. Religious life in America. 

277.3Ai32r 
J. Gentle measures in the man- 
ment and training of the young. 

i73.5Ai32g 
L. Christian ministry. 250A133C 
:ianity and social problems. 

261A133C 
e of Paul to the Romans. 

r227.iAi33i 
tion of Christianity. 
Companion, 
ated commentary on 
e. 
ated commentary on Matthew. 

r226.2Ai33i 
•ated commentary on St. John. 

r226.5Ai33i 
ated commentary on the Acts. 

r226.6Ai33i 
of Nazareth, 
md letters of Paul, 
md literature of the 
vs. 

room. 

;ms of life, 
of promise, 
latural. 



20iAi33e 

231A133 

Mark and 

r226.3Ai33i 



232.9A133 

225.92P323a 

ancient He- 

221.6A133I 

237.2A133 

208A133P 

252A133S 

231A133S 



Theology of an evolutionist. 23oAi33t 

Abbott, T. K. Commentary on Ephesians 

and Colossians. 227. 5A134 

Aber, M. A. Souls. 21 2 A 1438 

Abercrombie, J. Inquiries concerning the 
intellectual powers. 150A144 

Philosophy of the moral feelings. 

171A144 

Abrahams, I. Jewish life in the middle 

ages. 296A162J 

Ab0 Salih. Churches and monasteries of 

Egypt. 281.5A165 

Adand, J. E. Little Gidding. 248A184I 

Asvaghosha. Discourse on the awakening 

of the faith in the Mahayana. 

294Ai89d 
Adam, J. Nuptial number of Plato. 

184. ixa 
Adams, C. F. Massachusetts. 

277.44A2iim 
Adams, C. J. Where is my dog? 

218A211W 

Adams, J. Primer on teaching. 268A213P 

Adams, J. C. Rosea Ballou and the gospel 

renaissance of the nineteenth century. 

289.1A214 

Adams, M. Continuous creation. 213A215 

Adams, N. Broadcast. 242A2i5b 

Evenings with the doctrines. 23oA2i5e 

Adams, W. Distant hills. 244A2i9d 

King's messengers. 244A2i9k 

Old man's home. 244A2190 

Shadow of the cross. 244A2i9sh 

Adams, W. H. D. Threshold of life. 

i7oA2i9t 
Witch, warlock and magicianr. 133.4A219 

Adams, W. M. Book of the master. 

299.31A221 

Adamson, R. Development of modern phil- 
osophy. 190A221 
Fichte. 193. 3xa 



142 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Addis, W. E., and Arnold, T. Catholic 

dictionary. r282.03A224 

Addison, D. D. Episcopalians. 283A225e 

Adcney, W. .F. Ezra, Nehemiah and 

Esther. r222.7A232 

Song of Solomon, and Lamentations of 

Jeremiah. in r223.8C879 

Theology of the New Testament. 

225.82A232 
Adler, C, ed. Voice of America on Kishin- 
eflF. 296A237V 

Adler, E. N. Jews in many lands. 

296A238J 

Adler, F. Creed and deed. 204A237C 

Essentials of spirituality. i7oA237e 

Life and destiny. 170.4A237I 

Marriage, and Divorce. i73.iA237m 

Religion of duty. i7oA237r 

Aguilar, G. Jewish faith. 296A283J 

Women of Israel. 220.92A283W 

Aiken, C. F. Dhamma of Gotama the 

Buddha and gospel of Jesus the Christ 

294A291 

Aitken, E. H. Five windows of the soul. 

152A311 

Aitken, W. H. M. H. Divine ordinance of 
prayer. 248A311 

Akers, P. Introduction to Biblical chrono- 
logy. 220.94A315 

Albce, E. History of English utilitarian- 
•ism. 171.5A328 

Alcott, W. A. Lectures for the fireside. 

240A356 

[Alden, H. M.] God in his world. 

23oA358g 
Study of death. 236.1A358S 

Alexander, A. Outline of moral science. 

170.2A374 
Theories of the will. i59A374t 

Theory of conduct. i7iA374t 

Alexander, Mrs. F., comp. and tr. II libro 

d'oro. 208A377 

Alexander, G., and others. History of the 

Methodist church, South, etc. 

285.ix\376h 
Alexander, G. G. Lao-Tsze. 299.5A376I 
Alexander, J. W. Thoughts on preaching. 

25iA376t 
Alexander, S. Moral order and progress. 

171A378 



Alexander, W. Epistles of St. John. 

r227.94A379 
Witness of the Psalms. 223.2A379 

Alexander, W. M. Demonic possession in 
the New Testament. 235A381 

Alford, H. How to study the New Testa- 
ment. 225.7A389h 
Alger, W. R. Critical history of the doc- 
trine of a future life. 237A395 
Friendships of women. i77-6A39Sf 
School of life. 170A395S 
Solitudes of nature and man. 177.8A395 
Sources of consolation. 240A395S 
Allen, A. V. G. Christian institutions. 

260A422C 
Continuity of Christian thought. 

230.09A422 

Religious progress. 204A422r 

Allen, F. H. Young folks' history of the 

reformation. 27o.6A425y 

Allen, G. Colour-sense. 152.1A425 

Evolution of the idea of God. 201A425 

Allen, J. As a man thinketh. i7oA426a 

Allen, J. H. Christian history. 270A427 

Fragments of Christian history. 27oA427f 

Outline of Christian history. 270A4270 

Positive religion. 204A427P 

Allen, J. H., and Eddy, R History of the 

Unitarians and Universalists in the U. 

S. 288A427h 

Allen, J. H., and others. Unitarianism. 

288A427U 
Allen, J. R. Early Christian symbolism. 

246A427C 

Monumental history of the early British 

church. 246A427ra 

Allen, Mrs. M. W. What a young girl 

ought to know. 176A428W 

What a young woman ought to know. 

i76A428wy 
Allies, T. W. Formation of Christendom. 

282A437f 
A life's decision. 282A437I 

Alzog, J. Manual of universal church his- 
tory. 27oA478m 
American board of commissioners for for- 
eign missions. Annual report. 

r266.58A5iia 
Memorial volume. 266.58A5iim 

Missions of the American board. 

266.58A5iimi 
American Catholic quarterly review. Sec 205 



AUTHOR LIST. 



143 



American Jcvrish historical society. Publi- 
cations. 296A5 1 1 hp 
American Jewish year book. r296Asiiy 
American journal of psychology. Sec 105 
American journal of theology. See 205 
American quarterly observer. See 205 
American quarterly register. See 205 
Ames, Mrs. E. M. E. See Kirk, Eleanor. 
Amherst, W. J. History of Catholic eman- 
cipation. 282.42A515 
Amos, A., and Hough, W. W. Cambridge 
mission to South London. 266.3A525C 
Amram, D. W. Jewish law of divorce. • 

296A527J 
Anderson, C. Annals of the English Bible. 

220.52A546 
Anderson, J. S. M. History of the Church 
of England in the colonies. 283A547 
Anderson, Sir R. Bible and modern criti- 
cism. 220.1A549 
Anderson, R. B. Norse mythology. 

293A549n 
Andover review. See 205 

Andrews, J. N. History of the Sabbath. 

263A567 
Andrews, S. J. Christianity and anti- 
Christianity. 239A571C 
Life of Our Lord. 232.9A571 
Andrews, W. Curiosities of the church. 

274.2AS72C 
Andrews, W., ed. Bygone church life in 
Scotland. 274.iA572 

Angell, J. R. Psychology. 150A853P 

Angus, J. Bible handbook. 220A595 

Anitchkow, M. War and labour. 

172.4A610W 
Antiqua mater. 27o.iXiia 

Appeal to Unitarians. 288X1 la 

Arber, E., ed. Story of the Pilgrim fath- 
ers. See 285.9 
Arbois de Jubainville, H. d'. Irish mythol- 
ogical cycle. 293A666i 
Arbuthnot. G., ed. Shakespeare sermons. 

252.9A669S 

Archaic rock inscriptions. 290X11 

Argyll, G. D. Campbell, 8th duke of. Phil- 
osophy of belief. 210A696P 
Reign of law. 2ioA696r 
Unity of nature. 210A696U 
Aristoteles. Aristotle's psychology. 

i50A7i6ph 
Ethica Nicomachea. ri85.iens 



History of animals. iSs.ihcr 

M etaphy sics. 1 85 . i mm 

Nicomachean ethics; tr.by R. W. Browne. 

i8s.inbr 
Nicomachean ethics; tr. by J. E. C. Well- 
don. 185. 1 nw 
Organon. 185 . i oow 
Poetics. i85.ipbu 
Politica. riSs . iposu 
Politics. 185.IP0J0 
Politics and economics. 185.IPOW 
Treatise on rhetoric, and The poetic. 

i8s.itrbu 

Armstrong, A. C. Transitional eras in 

thought. 100A735 

Armstrong, Mrs. K S. History of the Me- 

lanesian mission. 266.3A735h 

Armstrong, F. L. Children of the Bible. 

220.92A736 
Amobius, the elder. The seven books of 
Arnobius adversus Gentes. 281.3A751S 
Arnold, F. Our bishops and deans. 

See 283 

Turning-points in life. i7oA754t 

Arnold, M. God and the Bible. 220.6A757g 

Literature and dogma. 220.6A757I 

St. Paul and Protestantism. 280A757S 

Arnold, T. Sermons . . . Rugby school. 

252 . 5 A759S 
Arnold, T. W. Preaching of Islam. 

296A760P 
Amoldson, K. P. Pax mundi. 172.4A762P 
Ashmorc, Ruth, pseud. Business girl. 

1 77 A827b 
Side talks with girls. 1 77 A827S 

Ashton, J. Curious creatures in zoology. 

133A828C 
Devil in Britain and America. 235A828 
History of English lotteries. i74.6A828h 
History of gambling in England. 

i74.6A828hg 
Askwith, E. H. Christian conception of 
holiness. 230A836C 

Atkinson, H. G., and Martineau, H. Let- 
ters on the laws of man's nature and 
development 150A87SI 

Atkinson, J. Beginnings of the Wesleyan 
movement in America. 287A876 

Atkinson, J. L. Prince Siddartha. 

294A876P 

Atkinson, W. W. Law of new thought. 

131A878I 



144 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Augustinus, Aurdius, St Confessions. 

242A923CP 

Confessions and letters, in 281 . 1S295S v. i 

Letters. 28 1 . 4A923I 

Aurelius Antoninus, Marcus. Marcus Aure- 

lius Antoninus to himself. 188. 8mr 

Thoughts. 188. 8tl 

Avesta. Avesta, the religious books of the 

Parsees. 29SA956sb 

Hymn of Zoroaster. 295A956hyj 

Avis, W. Catholic girl in the world. 

170.4A959 
Ayrc, J. Treasury of Bible knowledge. 

r220.3A984 
Azaxias, Brother. Aristotle and the Chris- 
tian church. 189A992 
Babcock, M. D. Thoughts for every-day 
living. 248Bii3t 
Bachelor, A. Wanted — a wife. 173.3B122W 
Eacon, B. W. Genesis of Genesis. 

222.IlBl26g 

Introduction to the New Testament. 

2256 1 26i 
Sermon on the mount. 226. 2B 128s 

Story of St. Paul. 225.92P323b 

Bacon, F. Advancement of learning, No« 
vum organum. r 192.1a 

Works. 192. iw 

Works; ed. by J. Spedding and others. 

192. 1 ws 

Bacon, L. Genesis of the New England 

churches. 285.9Bi29g 

Bacon, L. W., and Northrop, C. A. Young 

people's societies. 267.6Bi3oy 

Baggs, C. M. Ceremonies of Holy week. 

264.02B144 
Bailey, H. T. Blackboard in Sunday-school. 

268Bi54b 
Baillie, J. B. Origin and significance of 
Hegel's logic. 193. 5xb 

Bailward, M. E. Mothers and their respon- 
sibilities. i73.5Bi6om 
Bain, A. Dissertations on leading philo- 
sophical topics. i04Bi6id 
Emotions and the will. 157B161 
Logic. * 160B161 
Mind and body. i3iBi6im 
Baird, C. W. History of Huguenot emigra- 
tion to America. 284.5Bi63h 
Baird, H. M. History of the rise of the 
Huguenots of France. 284.sBi64h 
Huguenots and Henry of Navarre. 

284.5Bi64hu 



Huguenots and the revocation of the 
edict of Nantes. 284.5Bi64hur 

Baird, R. Religion in America. 277.3Bi64r 
Balch, G. T. Methods of teaching patriot- 
ism. 172. 1 B 174m 
Baldwin, G. C. Representative women. 

220.92Bl8¥ 

Baldwin, J. M. Development and evolution. 

i5oBi82d 
Fragments in philosophy and science. 

i5oBi82f 
Handbook of psychology. i5oBi82h 

Mental development in the child and the 
race. i5oBi82m 

Social and ethical interpretations in men- 
tal development. 150B182S 
Story of the mind. i5oBi82st 
Baldwin, J. M., ed. Dictionary of philoso- 
phy and psychology. qFi03Bi82 
Baldwin, James. Old stories of the East 

221B181 o 
Baldwin, Joseph. Elementary psychology 
and education. 150B1810 

Psychology applied to the art of teach- 
ing. 150B183P 
Baldwin, S. L. Foreign missions of the 
Protestant churches. 266Bi83f 
Balfour, A. J. Foundations of belief. 

20iBi85f 
Ball, C. J. Light from the East. 

220.93B186I 

Prophecies of Jeremiah. r224.2Bi86p 

Ball, W. E. St. Paul and the Roman law. 

230B188S 
Ballard, F. Miracles of unbelief. 23oBi89m 
Balmes, J. European civilization. 282Bi93e 
Balmforth, R. Bible from the standpoint 
of the higher criticism. 220.1B194 

New reformation. 20iBi94n 

Balzani, U. Popes and the Hohenstaufen. 

270.4B198P 
Bancroft, H. H. History of Utah. 

See 298 
Bancroft, J. M. Deaconesses. 27i.99B2i3d 
Bandinel, J. Eight sermons. 230B214 

Banier, A. Mythology and fables of the 
ancients. r29iB2i6m 

Banks, L. A. The unexpected Christ. 

252B219U 
Baptist quarterly. See 205 

Barclay, E. Stonehenge and its earth- 
works. See 290 



AUTHOR LIST. 



145 



les, A. Evidences of Christianity in 
the nineteenth century. 239B261I 

leSy A. S. St. Peter in Rome and his 
tomb on the Vatican hill. 22S.92F477h 
les, L. C. Two thousand years of mis- 
sions before Carey. 266B26it 
-, M. W. Mental defectives. i32B268m 
rett, B. F. Lectures on the new dis- 
pensation, called the New Jerusalem. 

289.4B272I 
rett, W. A. Flowers and festivals. 

247B274f 
row, A. H. Fifty years in western 

Africa. 266.3B276f 

row, L Works. 208B276W 

row, W. Sermons. 239B277 

rows, J. H. Christian conquest of Asia. 

290B278 

hristianity the world-religion. 204B278C 
rowa^ J. H^ ed. World's parliament of 
religions. 206B278W 

ry, A. Some lights of science on the 
faith. 239.8B278S 

ry, W. F. Papal monarchy. See 282 
th, A. Religions of India. 294B284r 
tlett, J. V. Apostolic age. 270.1B289 
tlett, R. K Letter and the spirit. 

230B291I 

tlett, S. C. Veracity of the Hexateuch. 

222 . 1 B290V 
tlett, W. H. Pilgrim fathers. 285.9B291 
tol, C. A. The rising faith. 204B292ri 
ton, W. E. The Psalms. 223.2B293P 
com, J. Comparative psychology. 

150B298 
Ivolution and religion. 213B298 

•atural theology. 210B298 

•cience of mind. 150B298S 

tdan, H. C. Brain as an organ of mind. 

i3iB325b 
:chelder, S. Young men of America. 

i7oB326y 

chdor, G. Social equilibrium. 204B327S 

ir, F. C. Church history of the first 

three centuries. 270.1B351 

aul the apostle of Jesus Christ. 

22S.92p323ba 
; E. B. Problem of reality. 126B354 
ise and fall of the Anabaptists. 

284.3B354 
ter, J. J. Sermons from the Latins. 

252B355 



Baxter, R. Saints' everlasting rest. 

237.4B3SSsr 
Bay psalm book. 223.2B356 

Bajme, P. Chief actors in the Puritan revo- 
lution. See 274 
Christian life. 240B359 
Free church of Scotland. 285.6B359 
Beach, H. P. Cross in the land of the tri- 
dent. 266B363C 
Dawn on the hills of Tang. 266B363d 
Geography and atlas of Protestant mis- 
sions. r266B363g 
Beard, C. Martin Luther and the reforma- 
tion. 27o.6B367m 
Reformation of the sixteenth century. 

27o.6B367r 
Beardslee, J. W. Bible among the nations. 

220.583675 

Beardsley, F. G. History of American re- 

. vivals. 269B368h 

Beattie, W. Waldenses. q284.4B370w 

Bede. Ecclesiastical history of England. 

274.2B411 

Bedford, W. K. R., and Holbeche, R. Order 
of the Hospital of St. John of Jeru- 
salem. .See 271 

Beecher, C. Patmos. 228B414P 

Beecher, H. W. Evolution and theology. 

239.8B415 

Lectures to young men. 170.4B41SI 

Life of Jesus the Christ. 232.9B415 

Life thoughts. 208B415I 

Plymouth pulpit sermons. 252B415PI 

Proverbs from Plymouth pulpit. 

208B415P 

Royal truths. 2o8B4i5r 

Sermons in Plymouth church. 252B4i5se 

Yale lectures on preaching. 25iB4i5y 

Beecher, T. K. Our seven churches. 

280B416 

Beecher, W. J. Prophets and the promise. 

220.1B416P 
Dehrends, A. J. F. Philosophy of preach- 
ing. 251B422P 
Bell, Sir C. The hand. 215B432 
Bell, Mrs. F. E. E. Minor moralist. 

i77B433m 
Bell, J., pub. Bell's new pantheon. 

qr29i.03B434 

Bell, L. From a girl's point of view. 

i77B434f 



146 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Bell, L. M. Mythology in marble. 

2926434111 
Bello, P. How to tell your neighbour's 
character. i38B446h 

Bellows, H. W. Re-statements of Chris- 
tian doctrine. 23oB448r 
Bellows, H. W., and others. Christianity 
and modern thought. 204B448 
Benham, W. Winchester. 274.2B467 
Eenham, W., ed. Dictionary of religion. 

r203B467d 
Bcnn, A. W. Greek philosophers. 1828468 
Bennett, Sir R. Diseases of the Bible. 

220.86B472 
Bennett, W. H. Book of Jeremiah, chap- 
ters 21-22. in r224.2Bi86p 
Books of Chronicles. in 222.3W342J 
Theology of the Old Testament. 

22i.82B473t 

Benni, C. B. Tradition of the Syriac 

church of Antioch concerning ... St. 

Peter. 281.5B473 

Benson, E. W. Christ and his times. 

261B475C 

Benson, L. F. Studies of familiar hymns. 

245B476S 

Bcntham, J. Works. See 192 

Beresford, W. ' Litchfield. 274.2B491 

Berkeley, G. Works. 192. 3wf 

Berliner, A. Aus dem leben der deutschen 

Juden in mittelalter. G-296B515 

Bernard, St. Life and works. 240B518I 

Some letters. 240B518S 

Bernard of Morlaix. Rhythm ... on 

the celestial country. 245.7B5i9r 

Bernard, T. D. Progress of doctrine in the 

New Testament. 225.1B522P 

Bemheim, H. Suggestive therapeutics." 

134B527S 
Bernheimer, C. S., ed. Russian Jew in the 

U. S. 296B527r 

Berry, T. S. Christianity and Buddhism. 

294B534C 

Besant, Mrs. A. Ancient ideals in modern 

life. 294B553 

Ancient wisdom. 21285533 

Avataras. 2i2Bs53av 
Birth and evolution of the soul. 2i2Bs53b 

Building of the kosmos. 2i2B553bu 

Death— and after? 2i2B553d 

Esoteric Christianity. 2i2B553e 

Evolution of life and form. 2i2B553ev 



2i2B553f 
29oB553f 
2i2B5S3i 
2i2B553k 
212BS53I 
2i2B553m 

212B553P 
2i2B553r 

21285533 

2i2B553se 

212855350 

2i2B553st 

2i2B553th 



A few helpful thoughts. 

Four great religions. 

In the outer court. 

Karma. 

Laws of the higher life. 

Man and his bodies. 

Path of discipleship. 

Reincarnation. 

The self and its sheaths. 

Seven principles of man. 

Some problems of life. 

Study in consciousness. 

Thought power. 

Three paths to union with God. 

2i2B553thr 
Bevan, W. L. St. David's. 274.29B571S 
Bcveridge, A. J. Young man and the world. 

i7oB57iy 
Bcveridge, W. Short history of the West- 
minster assembly. 285.2W532b 
Beyschlag, W. New Testament theology. 

2258574"^^ 
Bhagavad Giti. Bhagavad-Gita; tr. by .A..«i« 
Besant. 2948575" ^ 

Bhagavad Gita; tr. by M. M. Chatter ji. 

Bbagavim D4s. Science of the emotioi 

212857^- ^ 
Bible. 2r' ^^0 

Biblical institute, Oakland, Cal. 8iblic=ra/ 

institute; synopsis of lectures on t fce 

. . . Seventh-day Adventists. 

289.385^^ 
Biblical world. See 20^ 

Bibliotheca sacra, and theological review. 

See 205 

Bidlake, J. Truth and consistency of divine 

revelation. 239B586 

Bigelow, J. Mystery of sleep. 135B592 

Bigg, C. Christian Platonists of Alexan- 
dria. 189B594 
The Church's task under the Roman em- 
pire. 270.18594c 
Commentary on St. Peter and St. Jude. 

227.92B594 
Bindley, T. H., ed. CEcumenical docu- 
' ments of the faith. 238.1B6110 

Binet, A- Alterations of personality. 

126B612 

On double consciousness. 12686120 

Psychology of reasoning. 1538612P 




AUTHOR LIST. 



147 



Binet, A., and Fir€, C. Animal magnetism. 

134B612 
Bingham, J. Origines ecclesiasticae. 

270B613 o 

(Bird, R.] Jesus, the carpenter of Nazar- 
eth. 232.9B618 
Bissell, E. C. The Pentateuch. 222.1B623 
Bixby, J. T. Crisis in morals. 171B624 
Bjomstrom, F. Hypnotism. 134B625 
Black, H. Culture and restraint. 248B626 
Friendship. i77.6B626f 
Practice of self-culture. 170B626P 
Black, I. P. Practical primary plans for 
the Sunday school. 268B626P 
filackie, J. S. Four phases of morals. 

170.9B628 

Natural history of atheism. 2iiB628n 

Blackwell, A. B. Philosophy of individual- 

iQr. 120B632 

Studies in general science. 104B632S 

Blaikie, W. G. Book of Joshua. 

in r222.isH293 
First and second books of Samuel. 

r222.4B634f 
Preachers of Scotland. 274.1B634P 

Slair, H. W. Temperance movement. 

i78B634t 
Blake, W. The cross. 247.9B636C 

Blakdy, J. Theology of inventions. 

2ioB637t 
Blass, F. Philology of the gospels. 

226B644P 
Blavatsky, Mme. H. P. Isis unveiled. 

21266451 

Key to theosophy. 2i2B645k 

Secret doctrine. 212B645S 

Voice of the silence. 212B645V 

Bleek, F. Introduction to the Old Testa- 
ment. 221.1B646 
Lectures on the Apocalypse. 228B646 

Bliss, E. M., ed. Encyclopaedia of missions. 

r 266. 03 B 649 

Bliss, W. R. Side glimpses from the colo- 
nial meeting-house. See 277 

Blondel, D. Treatise of the sibyls. 

ri33-3B6s4t 
Blosius, L. Mirror for monks. 242B655 

Blunt, J. H. Directorum pastorale. 

25oB659d 

Reformation of the Church of England. 

274.2B659r 



Blunt, J. H., cd. Annotated Book of com- 
mon prayer. q264.03B659 
Dictionary of sects, etc. r203B6s7d 
Boardman, G. D. Studies in the creative 
week. 213B662S 
Ten commandments. 222.16B662 
Bode, J. E. Absence of precision in the 
formularies of the Church of England. 

238.3B666 

Body, G. Life of justification. 234.7B668I 
Life of temptation. 233.2B668I 

Boer, T. J. de. History of philosophy in Is- 
lam. i89.3B672h 
Boethius, A. M. S. King Alfred's Anglo- 
Saxon version of Boethius De consola- 
tione philosophiae. i89B673k 
Bogue, Mrs. L. B. See Bell, L. 
Bok, E. Successward. 174B685S 
Bolingbroke, H. St John, viscount Works. 

See 192 
Bompiani, S. V. Short history of the Ital- 
ian Waldenses. 284.4B697S 
Bonar, H. Eternal day. 242B699e 
Man; his religion and his world. 

242B699m 

Morning of joy. 242B699mo 

Night of weeping. 242B699n 

Bonham, J. M. Secularism. 211B714S 

Bonwick, J. Egyptian belief and modern 

thought. 299.31B722 

Book of the dead. Book of the dead. 

299.3iB723b 
Egyptian Book of the dead. fr299.3iB723d 
Booth, B. Servants of all. 267.15B724S 

Booth, M. B. Beneath two flags. 

267.i5B725b 
Booth, W. In darkest England. See 267 
Bosanquet, B. Civilization of Christendom. 

170.4B74IC 

Knowledge and reality. i6oB74ik 

Logic. 160B741I 

Psychology of the moral self.* 150B741P 
Boscawen, W. St C. Bible and the monu- 
ments. 220.93B741 
Bose, Ram Chandra. Brahmoism. 294B743 
Hindu philosophy. 2946743^ 
Bossuct, J. B. Exposition of the doctrine 
of the Catholic church. 282B746e 
Sermon on the mount 226.2B746S 
Boston Young men's Christian union. Re- 
port. r267.233B747r 



148 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Bosworth, E. I. Studies in the teaching of 
Jesus and his apostles. 232B748S 

Bouton, J« B. Uncle Sam's church. 

172.1B780U 

[Boutrais, C] Monastery of the Grande 

Chartreuse. 27i.7iB78im 

Bowen, F. Layman's study of the English 

Bible. 220.88B786I 

Bower, G. S. David Hartley and James 

Mill. i92.9H332xb 

Bowker, R R Arts of life. 170.4B786 

Bowman, S. L. Historical evidence of the 

New Testament. 225 . i B787h 

Bowne, B. P. Immanence of God. 23iB787i 

Metaphysics. iioB787m 

Philosophy of theism. 211B787P 

Principles of ethics. 171B787 

Theory of thought and knowledge. 

121B787 

[Boyd^ A. K. H.] Counsel and comfort. 

252B791C 
Graver thoughts of a country parson. 

252B79ig 

Our little life. 242B791 o 

Brace, C. L. Gesta Christi. 26iB796g 

The unknown God. 290B796U 

Bradford, A. H. Age of faith. 23oB799a 
Art of living alone. i7o.4B799a 

Ascent of the soul. 218B799 

Heredity and Christian problems. 

2336799^ 
Messages of the masters. 242B799m 

Bradley, F. H. Appearance and reality. 

110B811 

Ethical studies. i7o.4B8iie 

Bradley, G. G. Lectures on Ecclesiastes. 

223.8B811I 

Brady, C. T. Recollections of a missionary 

in the great West. 266.3B8i2r 

Brain, B. M. Fifty missionary programmes. 

r266B8i4 
Redemption of the red man. 266.5B8i4r 
Bramston, M. Sunrise of revelation. 

225B815S 

Bramwell, J. M. Hypnotism. 134B81S 

Brandea, G. Dualismen i vor nyeste philo- 
sophic. D-111B817 

Breed, D. R. History and use of hymns 
and hymn-tunes. 245B832 

Brent, C. H. Splendor of the human body. 

215B838S 



Bretherton, R H. Child mind. 150B844C 
Brewer, A. T^ [and others]. How to make 
the Sunday school go. 268B846h 

Brewer, D. J. American citizenship. 

172.1B847 
Brewer, E. C. Dictionary of miracles. 

r23i.7B847d 
Brewster, Sir D. Letters on natural magic. 

133B848I 
Brewster., H. P. Saints and festivals. 

r264B848s 

Bri.erley, J. Eternal religion. 23oB853e 

Ourselves and the universe. 204B853 o 

Problems of living. 2046853P 

Briggs, C. A. American Presbyterianism. 

285.iB853a 
The Bible, the church and the reason. 

220.iB853b 

Ethical teaching of Jesus. 232B853e 

General introduction to the study of Holy 
Scripture. 220 . i B853g 

Higher criticism of the Hexateuch. 

222.1B853 

Incarnation of the Lord. 232.168531 

Messiah of the apostles. 232.iB853m 

Messiah of the gospels. 232.iB853mc 

Messianic prophecy. 232.iB853mes 

New light on the life of Jesus. 232.9B85311 
Whither? ' 230B8S3W 

Bright, W. Age of the fathers. 270.2B857 
Chapters of early English church history. 

274.2B857C 

Brinton, D. G. American hero-myths. 

299.768583 

Basis of social relations. 150B858 

Myths of the new world. 299.7B858m 

Pursuit of happiness. 171.4B858P 

Religions of primitive peoples. 29oB858r 
Brinton, D. G., and Davidson, T. Gior- 
dano Bruno. i9sB898xbr 
Brittan, S. B. Man and his relations. 

i3oB862m 
Brittan, S. B., ed. The Shekinah. 

133.9B862S 

Broadus, J. A. Harmony of the gospels. 

226.iB863h 

Brock, M. The cross, heathen and Chris- 
tian. 247.9B864C 

Brodie, Sir B. Mind and matter. 130B865 

Brodrick, G. C. History of the University 
of Oxford. See 274 



AUTHOR LIST. 



149 



. A. Faith and freedom. 2526871! 
of joy. 2526871? 

stament and modern life. 

221.95B871 o 
n in literature, and Religion in life. 

204B87ir 
S. Mental science. 150B871 

I. J. Elements of mind. 128B873 
H. M. Curiosities of the old lot- 
See 174 

H. S. Progression to immortality. 

237.2B873 
?. Essays and addresses. 20468726 
ce of Jesus. 261B8721 

2S on preaching. 25168721 

is. 2526872s 

r. Smooth stones taken from an- 
6rooks. 20868743 

II, M., ed. Martyred missionaries 
e China inland mission. 2666874^1 
L R. See Lindsay, Mrs. A. R. 6. 
i. Worry, and how to avoid it. 

1706878W 
a. N. Life of Jesus. 232.96878 
M. C. Sunday-school movements 
tnerica. 2686881 

V. A. Essence of Christianity. 

2306881 

G. F. Christian church 
:e the coming of Augustine. 

274.26882 

H. W. Latin America. 2786878I 
J. Sermons. 2396883s 

Sir T. Christian morals. See 170.9 
) medici . . . Urn burial, and 
r papers. 24o6884r 

g, W. S. History of the Hugue- 

284.5B885h 
5, J. Hymns and hymn writers. 

2456885h 
5, J., tr. Hymns of the Greek 
ch. 24S.86885h 

u B. Apologetics. 239B886 

js to the Hebrews. 227.87B886 
iation of Christ. 2326886h 

om of God. 2306886k 

alous element in the gospels. 

226.76886 

Dlic teaching of Christ. 286.86886? 
Icntial order of the world. 2146886P 
ng of the twelve. 23268861 

open face. 2326886W 



Bruce, W. S. Formation of Christian char- 
acter. I7i.i6888f 

Brugsch, H. K. True story of the exodus 
of Israel. See 222 

Bryant, J. New system; or. Analysis of an? 
tient mythology. 29i69i5n 

Bryant, S. Educational ends. i5o69i5e 

Short studies in character. 170.46915 

Buchanan, J. Modern atheism. 2116917m 

Buchanan, J. R. Outlines of lectures on 
anthropology. 1396918 

Bttchner, F. K. C. L. Fbrce and matter. 

Ii369i9f 

Buck, C. Theological dictionary. r203692it 
Buck, D. D. Christian virtues personified. 

244692 1 c 
Buck, J. D. Nature and aim of theosophy. 

2i2692in 

Buckland, A. C. Heroic in missions. 

266.36923h 

Buckley, A. B. Moral teachings of science. 

1716924m 

Buckley, J. M. Christian science and other 
superstitions. 289.96924c 

Faith-healing, Christian science and kin- 
dred phenomena. 1306924 
History of Methodism in the U. S. 

2876924 

History of Methodists in the U. S. 

2876924h 
Budde, K. Religion of Israel. 2966927r 
Budge, E. A. W. Egyptian ideas of the fu- 
ture life. 299.3i6928e 
Gods of the Egyptians. r299.3i6928g 
Buhl, F. Canon and text of the Old Testa- 
. ment. 221.16932 
Bulfinch, T. Age of fable. 291B933 
Bulgaria, N. Holy catechism of Nicolas 
Bulgaris. 238.i96934h 

Bund, J. W. W, Celtic church of Wales. 

274.296942 

Bungener, L. F. History of the council of 

Trent. . 27o.6694ih 

Bunkley, J. M. Testimony of an escaped 

novice. 271.9766941 

Bunsen, C. K. J. God in history. 2016943 

Burge, L. Aryas, Semites and Jews, Jeho- 

,vah and the Christ. 2306954 

Origin and formation of the Hebrew 

Scriptures. 22169540 



150 



Author list. 



[Bnrgosme, T. C] Language of the stars. 

133.5B957I 
Light of Egypt. 212B957I 

Burkitt, F. C. Early eastern Christianity. 

281.5B959C 

Burlingame, E. L., ed. Current discussion. 

204B960C 

Burnet, G. History of the reformation of 

the Church of England. 274.2B964h 

Buraet, J. Early Greek philosophy. 

182B964 

Burnley, J. Summfts of success. 174B966 

[Bums, J.] Pulpit cyclopaedia. r25iB966p 

Burr, E. F. Pater mundi. 239.8B968P 

Burrell, D. J. Quiver of arrows. 252B969 

Burrill, K. Corner stones. 177B971C 

Burroughs, J. Light of day. 204B972I 

Burt, B. C. History of modern philosophy. 

109B972 

Burt, M. E. Story of the German Iliad. 

293B973S 

Burton, E. Inquiry into the heresies of the 

apostolic age. 273.1B973 

Testimonies of the antc-Nicene fathers 

to the divinity of Christ. 232.8B973 

Burton, E. D., and Mathews, S. Principles 

and ideals for the Sunday school. 

268B973 
Burton, H. Gospel according to St. Luke. 

inr226.3C43ig 
Burton, R. Anatomy of melancholy. 

132.3B97S 
Burton, Sir R F. The Jew, the Gypsy and 
El Islam. 296B974J 

Bushnell, H. Character of Jesus. 232.8B979 
Christ and his salvation. 252B979C 

Christian nurture. 241B979C 

Moral uses of dark things. i70.4B979m 
Nature and the supernatural. 239B979n 
Vicarious sacrifice. 232.4B979V 

Bussell, F. W. School of Plato. 180B982 
Butler, A. J. Ancient Coptic churches of 
Egypt. 281.7B984 

Butler, D. John Wesley and George White- 
field in Scotland. 287B984J 
Butler, J. Analogy of religion. 239.7B985 
Sermons. 252B985S 
Works. 208B985W 

Butler, J. G., ed. Bible-work. r22o.7B985 
Butler, M. First year of responsibility. 

170B986 




e 



Butler, N. M., and others. Principles of r<^- 
ligious education. 268B98^»^ 

Butler, W. Mexico in transition. See 2^a^7 
Butler, W. A. Lectures on the history ^Ks^i 
ancient philosophy. 180B98— ..^^i 

Byington, E. H. Puritan as a colonist a 
reformer. 285 . 9B99 

Puritan in England and New England. 

285. 
Cable, G. W. Busy man's Bible. 220C 
Cabrol, F., ed. Dictidnnaire d'archeolo 

chretienne ct de liturgie. rF-203C -^ j^ 
Caddell, C. M. History of the missions, /n 
Paraguay. 26S.2Q1 :^j\i 

Caillard, E. M. Law and freedom. 

233-7CT33I 
Caird, E. Critical philosophy of Immanuel 
Kant. 193. 2XC 

Evolution of religion. 209C136 

Evolution of theology in the Greek phil- 
osophers. i8oCi3^ 
Hegel. 193. 5?^:* 
Lectures on literature and philosophy. 

See ic?-— * 
Social philosophy and religion of Comt^^^- 

194.8; 
Caird, J. Introduction to the philosophy 
religion. 201C1 

Spinoza, I93 -95758 

Caldecott, A. Church in the West Indie 

283.729C1 
Caldecott, A., and Mackintosh, H. R., e 
Selections from the literature of theis 

21 1 C 141 
Caldecott, W. S. The tabernacle. 

220.93C14 
Calderwood, H. David Hume. See i 
Relations of mind and brain. 131C1 

Caldwell, W. Schopenhauer's system in 
philosophical signicance. 193-7 

Calkins, A. Opium and the opium-a 

.178.8C1 
Substitutes fo^ the saloon. 

178C1 

Man of the world, 170C1S 

History of the origin and 

velopment of the creeds. 238. iC 

Calvin, J. Institutes of the Christian r 

gion. 284. 2C I 

Campbell, D. Puritan in Holland, Engl 

and America. 285. 9C1 



tite. 
Calkins, R. 

Call, A. P. 
Callow, C. 



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ts 

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-55 



AUTHOB LIST. 



151 



, L. Plato's Republic. i84.irxc 
n in Greek literature. 292Ci89r 
iV. History of the British and for- 
Bible society. 2o6C232h 

3f the Bible society. 206C232S 

s golden legend. 244C232W 

. J. "Catholic." 282C238C 

to Gladstone's Political expostula- 

282C238r 
/. W. English church in the four- 
h and ftfteernth centuries. 

274.2C239C 
m. 138C239S 

, £L History of conferences 
Dnnected with the revision of the 
i of common prayer. 264.03C269h 
, E., ed. Two Books of common 
er . . . of King Edward the 
1. 264.03C269t 

i. A« Nervous prostration and its 
tual cause. 289.4C273n 

v., and others. Serampore letters. 

266.6C276S 
, J. G. Part of Rheims in the mak- 
Df our English Bible. 220.52C278 
J. C- Story of the English Bap- 

286.42C282S 
lel, A. Wilson-. Things as they 

266.3C288t 
T, H. S. Here and beyond. 

24iC294h 
iff J. E. Bible in the nineteenth 
ury. 220.1C295 

anity and the religions of the 
d. 209C29SC 

isition of the Hexateuch. 222.1C295 
hree gospels. 226C295f 

T, W. Benjamin. Mesmerism, spir- 
ism, etc. 134C298 

: and man. i04C298n 

>les of mental physiology. 131C298 
ir, W. Boyd. Permanent elements 
tligion. 201C299 

ir history of the Church of Eng- 

283 . 42C299P 
Church and the Roman empire. 

270.2C3irc 
H. K. Religious forces of the 

277. 3C3i8r 
Lewis, ps^ud. Game of logic. 

i6oC3i8g 
lie logic. 164C318S 



Carson, W. R. Reunion essays. 204C322r 

Cartwright, W. C. Jesuits. 271.5C329 

Cams, P. Ethical problem. i7iC33ie 

Fundamental problems. 104C331 

Gospel of Buddha. 294C33ig 

History of the devil. 235C331 

Homilies of science. 204C33ih 

Nirvana. 294C33in 

Carwithen, J. B. S. View of the Brahmini- 

cal religion. 294C332 

Cary, G. L. Synoptic gospels. 226C332S 

Cary, O. Japan and Us regeneration. 

266C333J 
Case, M. E. Love of the world. 242C337I 
Case, T. Physical realism. 149.2C337 

Cassel, D. Manual of Jewish history and 
literature. 296C344m 

Casson, H. N. Crime of credulity. 

149.3C345 
Castro, A. de. Spanish Protestants. 

274.6C355S 

Caterina da Siena, St. Saint Catherine as 
seen in her letters. See 240 

Cathell, D. W. Book of the physician. 

i74.2C36ib 
Catholic customs. 282X12 

Catholic directory, almanac and clergy list. 

r282C364c 

Catholic world. See 205 

Cave, A. Introduction to theology. 

23oC378i 
Cavemo, C. The ten words. 222.i6C38it 
Chadwick, G. A. Book of Exodus. 

inr222.iD647 
Gospel according to St. Mark. 

r226.3C43ig 

Chadwick, J. W. Bible of to-day. 220 . i C432 

Old and new Unitarian belief. 288C432 o 

[Sermons.] 252C432S 

Chadwick, J. W., and others. Women of 

the Bible. 220.92C432W 

Challoner, R. Complete modern British 

martyrology. 272C436 

Chalmers, T. Discourses on the application 

of Christianity. 252C437d 

Discourses on the Christian revelation. 

239.8C437d 

On the power, wisdom and goodness of 

God. 21SC4370 

Posthumous works. 208C437P 

Chamberlain, A. F. The child. 150C442C 



I 



152 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Chandler, G. Scheme of divine revelation. 

261C456 
Chandlery, P. J. Pilgrim-walks in Rome. 

282.45C456P 
Chaney, G. L. Belief. 230C457 

Channing, W. K Discourses on war. 

1 72. 4C459d 

Works. See 208 

Chantepie de la Saussaye, P. D. Manual of 

the science of religion. 20iC46im 

Chapman, E. M. Dynamic of Christianity. 

23oC465d 
Chapman, M. B. Mounds, monuments an4 
inscriptions. 220.93C466m 

Character in the face. 138X12 

Characters, scenes and incidents of the ref- 
ormation. 270.6X42C 
Charbonnel, V. Victory, of the will. 

248C469V 
Charles, Mrs. E. R. Mary the handmaid of 
the Lord. 225.92M389C 

Old story of Bethlehem. 222.3C473 

Chase, F. H. Credibility of the book of the 
Acts. 226.6C486C 

ChavassQ, P. H. Aphorisms. I73-5C509 

Cheever, G. B., [ed.] Journal of the Pil- 
grims at Plymouth. 285.9C511J 
Cheiro, pseud. Cheiro's language of the 
hand. i33.6Csi2c 
Chester, W. Immortality and rational faith. 

237.2C525 

Cheyne, T. K. Bible problems. 220.6C53ib 

Critica biblica. 221 .6C531C 

Jeremiah. 221.92J55C 

Jewish religious life after the exile. 

296C531J 
Job and Solomon. 223C531J 

Origin and religious contents of the 
Psalter. 223.2C531 

Cheyne, T. K., and Black, J. S., ed. Ency- 
clopaedia biblica. r220.3C53ie 
Child, F. S. Colonial parson of New Eng- 
land. 250C535 
Child, G. C. The great architect. 2ioC535g 
Child, Mrs. L. M. Progress of religious 
ideas. 209C535 
Child, Mrs. L. M., ed. Aspirations of the 
world. 208C535 
ChillingwoTth, W. Religion of Protestants. 

284C537r 

Chittenden, E. P. Life and example of 

Saint Andrew. 225.92A561C 



Christian disciple. Sec 205 

Christian disciple and theological review. 

Sec 205 
Christian examiner and theological review. 

See 205 
Christian observer. See 205 

Christlieb, T. Protestant foreign missions. 

266C556P 
Church, A. J. Stories from the Bible. 

221.95C5S9 
Church, R. W. Oxford movement. 

283.42C561C 
Church at home and abroad. Sec 20:- 

Church sociables and entertainments. 

261X12* 
Churton, E. T. Foreifin^ missions. 

266.3C564 

Churton, R. Eight sermons. 252CS6 

Cicero, M. T. Academic questions, Treal 

ise de finibus, and Tuscnlan dispttts 

tions. Sec 18 

De finibus. See 18 

Morals of Cicero. See 18 

Offices, Cato major, Laelius, etc. 

Sec ifi 
Three books of offices, Cato major, La< 
lius, etc. Sec i^ 

Treatises on the nature of the gods. 

Sec le 
Tusculan disputations. Sec i^ 

Clark, F. E. Christian endeavor manual. 

267.61305* 
Training the church of the future. 

267.605^ 

Clark, S. C. A look upward. i3iC5^ 

Clarke, A. Holy Bible . . . with coo 

mentary. r220 . 7C5^ 

Clarke^ E. H. Visions. i33.2C59i 

Clarke, H. W. History of tithes. 254059^ 

Clarke, J. F. Christian doctrine of for^ 

eness of sin. 23405^ 

Christian doctrine of prayer. 248C5 

Common-sense in religion. 230CS 

Essentials and non-essentials of religi<= 

288C59 
Events and epochs in religious history. 

270C5 
E very-day religion. 241 C5^ 

Fourth gospel. 226.5C59 

Legend of Thomas Dijdymus. 232.905^^ 
Orthodoxy.* 288C59^ 

Steps of belief. 239C59S 



AUTHOR LIST. 



153 



F. 

cat religions. 29005981 

. F. Pilgrimage to the holy coat 
eves. 231.7C611P 

V. N. Outline of Christian the- 

230C612 o 
>f Christian missions. 266C612S 
the Scriptures in theology. 

220.82C612U 
hall we think of Christianity? 

230C612W 
T. Portraiture of Quakerism. 

289.6C613P 
H. T. England's greatest nation- 

178.8C624 
Alexandrinus, St Writings. 

281.3C627W 

Romanus, St. Clementine homi- 

281.3C62SC 
Mn. C. B. Handbook of Chri«- 
symbols. 246C626h 

America; anecdotes. 244X12C 

J. H. History of Wachovia in 
1 Carolina. 284.6C636 

W. K. Lectures and essays. 

104C639I 

ind thinking. 152C639S 

C. California and its missions. 

266.2C64IC 

Childhood of religions. 291C643C 

Nazareth. 232.9C643 

nd dreams. 29iC643m 

W. David's harp in song and 

223.2C643d 
[rs. E. R. While sewing sandals. 

266C644W 

^ O., ed. Gesta Pilati. 229C644 

f.]. Dialogues on the 

(S of Emanuel Sv^edenborg. 

289.4C649d 

Life in Hawaii. See 266.58 

Sight sermons. 252C653 

H. Rise of religious liberty in 

:a. 277 . 3C654r 

P. Darwinism in morals, and 

ssays. 204C654d 

' women. 177C654 

18 world. 2iiC654f 

^arien. 211C654P 

spirit of the age. See 104 

R. Doctor Judas. 178.8C654 



Cobbett, W. Advice to young men. 

174C654 
History of the Protestant reformation in 
England and Ireland. 274.2C654h 

Cocke, J. R. Hypnotism. i34C665h 

Codman, J. Solution of the Mormon prob- 
lem. 298C669S 

Coe, G. A. Religion of a mature mind. 

23oC672r 

Spiritual life. 201C672S 

Colegrove, F. W. Memory. 154C692 

Coleman, L. Historical text-book and at- 
las of Biblical geography. r220.9iC692 
Colenso, J. W. Pentateuch and book of 
Joshua critically examined. 222.1C692 
Coleridge, S. T. Aids to reflection. See 242 
Collier, P. Sermons. 252C701S 

Collier, R. L. E very-day subjects in Sun- 
day sermons. 252C703e 
^ollignon, M. Manual of mythology. 

See 292 

Collins, C. W. Plato. 184.IXC0 

Collins, F. H. Epitome of the Synthetic 
philosophy. 192.8XC0 

Collins, M. Idyll of the white lotus. 

2I2C7I2i 

Light on the path, and Karma. 212C712I 
Collins, W. L. Butler. 192.9B985XC 

Collinson, J. Key to writings of the fa- 
thers of the Christian church. 

239.1C714 
Collyer, R. The life that now is. 252C715I 
Talks to young men. i7o.4C7i5t 

Columbia imiversity. New York. Contri- 
butions to philosophy, psychology and 
education. ri04C725c 

Comba, E. History of the Waldenses of 
Italy. 284.4C728h 

Combe, G. Constitution of man. 139C728C 
Comenius, J. A. Labyrinth of the world. 

244C732I 
Commons, J. R. Social reform and the 
church. 261C7348 

Compayr6, G. Intellectual and moral de- 
velopment of the child. i5oC736i 
Comstock, A. Frauds exposed. i74C739f 
Traps for the 3^ung. i75C739t 

Comte, A. Positive philosophy. 194.8pm 
Conant, Mrs. H. C. English Bible. 

220.52C743 



156 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Dawson, Sir J. W. Eden lost and won. 

222.lD27le 

Egypt and Syria. 220.91D271 

Modern ideas of evolution. 2i3D27im 
Modern science in Bible lands. 

220.9iD27im 
Dawson, W. J. Evangelistic note. 

253D272e 
Day, A. Summary and analysis of the Dia- 
logues of Plato. i84.idxd 
Day, E. Social life of the Hebrews. 

220.93D274S 

Day, E. E. Seeking the kingdom. 248D274S 

Dean, G. W. Lectures on the evidences of 

revealed religion. 239D281I 

Dean, J. M. Cross of Christ in Bololand. 

266D281C 

Deane, H. Daniel. 22i.92Di84d 

Deane, W. J. Abraham. 22i.92Ai59d 

David. 221 . 92D248d 

Joshua. 22i.92j86d 

Samuel and Saul. 22i.92Si93d 

De Kay, C. Bird gods. 291D328 

Delanne, G. Evidence for a future life. 

133.9D338 

Delitzsch, Franz. Biblical commentary on 

the prophecies of Isaiah. 224.1D355 

Day in Capernaum. 232.9D355d 

Jewish artisan life in the time of Jesus. 

220.93D355J 
System of Biblical psychology. 

220.81D355S 

Delitzsch, Friedrich. Babel and Bible. 

220.93D356b 
Dembitz, L. N. Jewish services. 296D374J 
De Motte, J. B. Secret of character build- 
ing. 170D388 
Denison, J. H. Christ's idea of the super- 
natural. 231D395C 
Denney, J. Death of Christ. 232D399 
Epistle to the Galatians. in r227.3D399s 
Epistles to the Thessalonians. 

in T227.7M162 

Second epistle to the Corinthians. 

r227.3D399s 
Dennis, J. S. Centennial survey of foreign 
missions. r266D4iic 

Christian missions and social progress. 

266D4iich 
Foreign missions after a century. 

266D4iif 



Denton, W., and Denton, E. M. F. Soul of 
things. 133D415S 

De Quincey, T. Essays in philosophy. 

104D426 

Essays on philosophical writers. i04D426e 

Theological essays. 204D426t 

Descartes, R. The method, Meditations, 

and Philosophy. ri94.imv 

Philosophy of Descartes in extracts from 

his writings. 194- ip 

De Selincourt, B. D. Homes of the firsts: 

Franciscans. 271 . 3D45 iI^h 

De Solla, J. M. Jewish student's com 

panion. 296D467_ - 

Despr6s, A. La prostitution en France. 

rF.i76.5D473r , 
Deutsch, E. Literary remains. 2041)48^^ 

The Talmud. 296Ti52t=: 

Deutsch, G. Philosophy of Jewish histor^^- 

296D48^^ 

Devey, J. Logic. i6oD4 c=:3 . 

Dewey, J. Leibniz's new essays concer .X7- 

ing the human understanding, ig^.i^^d 

Outlines of a critical theory of ethics. 

171D519 

Psychology. 150D519P 

Dewey, J., ed. Studies in logical theory. 

160D519S 

Dewey, O. Problems of human destiny. 

233D519P 

Two great commandments. 2S2D5i9t 

Dewing, A. S. Introduction to the history 

of modern philosophy. 190D519 

Dexter, H. M. Congregationalism. 

28S.8DS26 
Dexter, H. M., and Dexter, M. England 
and Holland of the Pilgrims. 

285 . 9D526e 
Dexter, M, Story of the Pilgrims. 

285.9D5275 
Dexter, T. F. G., and Garlick, A. H. Psy- 
chology in the schoolroom. 150D527P 
Dick, T. Complete works. 208DS46 

Dickinson, Mrs. E. E. New light on Mor- 
monism. 298D553n 

Didon, H. Jesus Christ. 232.9D557 

Didron, A. N. Christian iconography. 

246D558 
Diogenes Laertius. Lives and opinions of 
eminent philosophers. See 180 

Ditchfield, P. H. Church in the Nether- 
lands. 274.92D615 



AUTHOR UST. 



155 



Crothcrs, S. M. Endless life. 2i8C952e 
Fortnightly sermons. 2S2CgS2{ 

"Members of one body." 252C952m 

Understanding heart. 204C952U 

Crowe, Mrs. C. S. Night side of nature. 

133.1C952 
Crozier, J. B. Civilization and progress. 

See 109 
History of intellectual development. 

See 109 

Cruden, A. Complete concordance to the 

Holy Scriptures. r220.2C955 

Cmttwell, C. T. Literary history of early 

Christianity. 281.3C958I 

Six lectures on the Oxford movement. 

283 . 42C958S 

Colin, S. Gambling games of the Chinese 

in America. i74.6C966g 

Cultiis arborum. 290X1 ic 

Cumming, A. N. Public-house reform. 

178.4C97OP 

Cuxnming^J. Great preparation. 232.6C971 

Is Christianity from God? 239C97ii 

Moses right and Bishop Colenso wrong. 

222.1C971 
Cumont, F. Mysteries of Mithra. 

295C972m 
Cnnninghaxn, J. Growth of the church. 

260C973 
Currier, C. W. History of religious orders. 

r27iC975h 
Carry, S. S. Vocal and literary interpre- 
tation of the Bible. 264.3C976 
Cuteis, G. H. Dissent in its relation to 
the Church of England. 283.42C978 
Curtias, S. I. Primitive Semitic religion of 
to-day. 299.2C982P 
Cnrron, R. Visits to monasteries in the 
Levant. 271C984V 
Cusack, M. F. Life inside the church of 
Rome. 282C984I 
Coshman, H. E. Truth in Christian 
science. ' 289.909861 
Cast, R. N. Ling^uistic and oriental essays. 

See 204 
Catts, E. L. Constantine the Great. 

270.2C992C 

History of early Christian art. 246C992 

• Parish priests and their people in the 

middle ages in England. 274.2C992P 

Cyclopaedia of temperance and prohibition. 

ri78C995 



Cyprianus Thascius, St. Writings. 

281.3C997W 

Daae, L. Throndhjems stifts. D-274.81D111 

Dale, R W. The atonement. 232.3D139 
Laws of Christ for common life. 248D139I 

Dall, Mrs. C. W. H. Margaret and her 
friends. 292Di44m 

Daly, C. P. Settlement of the Jews in 
North America. 296D153S 

Daniels, C. L., and others, ed. Encyclopae- 
dia of superstitions, folk-lore, etc. 

ri33Di86 

Danziger, A. Jewish forerunners of Chris- 
tianity. 296D199J 

Darling, H. The closer walk. 234.8D221 

Darmesteter, A. The Talmud. 296Ti52tda 

Darmesteter, J. The Mahdi. 297D222m 

« 

Darraa, J. E. General history of the Cath- 
olic church. 282D225g 
Darwin, ۥ Expression of the emotions. 

138D228 
Davenport, A. China from within. 

266D247C 
Davenport, F. M. Primitive traits in reli- 
gious revivals. 269D247P 
Davids, T. W. R. Buddhism. 294D25ibtt 
Lectures on . . . Indian Buddhism, 

294D251I 
Davidson, A. B. Old Testament prophecy. 

221.1D251 

Theology of the Old Testament. 

22I.82D25It 

Waiting upon God. 252D2SIW 

Davidson, J. P. F. Retreat addresses to 

clergy. 252D252 

Retreat addresses to women. 2S2D2S2T 

Davidson, J. T. Sure to succeed. 

171.1D252S 

Davidson., R T. Christian opportunities. 

252D253C 

Davidson, S. Canon of the Bible. 

220.1D253 

Davies, E. Mythology and rites of the 
British Druids. 299.16D255 

Davis, J. D. Genesis and Semitic tradi- 
tion. 222.11D262 
Davis, N. K. Elements of deductive logic. 

162D263 
Elements of inductive logic. 161D263 

Davitt, M. Within the pale. 296D266 

Dawson, A. M. Catholics of Scotland. 

282.41D271 



158 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Drumont, E. La France Juive. F-296D795 
Dryer, G. H. History of the Christian 
church. 270D799 

Drysdale, A. H. Early Bible songs. 

231.88D811 
Drysdale, W. Helps for ambitious boys. 

174D811 
Dublin review. See 205 

Du Bois, Patterson. Beckonings from lit- 
tle hands. i73.5D8i6b 
Fireside child-study. i73.5D8i6f 
Point of contact in teaching. 268D8i6p 
Du Bois, Paul. Psychic treatment of nerv- 
ous disorders. See 150 
Du Bose, H. C. Dragon, image and demon. 

299.5D8i7d 
Du Bose, W. P. Ecumenical councils. 

270.2D817 
Duchesne, L. Christian worship. 

264.02D829 

Dudden, F. H. Gregory the Great. 

270.2D844g 
Duff, A. Old TesTament theology. 

221.82D8540 
Theology and ethics of the Hebrews. 

296D854t 
Duff, E. M., and Allen^ T. G. Psychic re- 
search and gospel miracles. 134D854P 
Duff, R. A. Spinoza's political and ethical 
philosophy. i93.9S758xd 

Dufficld, S. W. English hymns. 245.2D857e 
Latin hymn-writers. 245.7D857I 

Dngdale, Sir W. Monasticon Anglicanum. 

fr27iD865m 
Dupanloup, F. Ministry of preaching. 

25iD93om 
Dupin, L. E. New history of ecclesiastical 
writers. qr27oD934n 

Duprat, G. L. Morals. i7iD942m 

Durandus, G. Symbolism of churches and 
church ornaments. 246D950S 

Dwight, H. O., ed. Blue book of mis- 
sions for 1905. 266D99ib 
Dwight, H. O., and others, ed. Encyclo- 
paedia of missions. r266.03B649.2 
Dwight, M. A. Grecian and Roman myth- 
ology. 292D992g 
Dwight, T. Thoughts of and for the inner 
life. 252D993t 
Dyer, L. Studies of the gods in Greece. 

292D995S 



Dyer, T. F. T. Church-lore gleani 

274 

Ghost world. 13 

Eadie, J. English Bible. 22 

Earle, Mrs. A. M. Sabbath in Purit 

England. 
Eaton, J. R. T. Permanence of CI 

ity. 
Eckenstein, L. Woman under 1 
cism. 27] 

Ecumenical missionary conferenci 

York. Report. 
Eddy, Mrs. M. B. -G. Christian he; 

289 
Christian science versus pantheis 

289 
Miscellaneous writings. 289 

No and yes. 281 

Pulpit and press. 289 

Retrospection and introspection. 

28 

Rudimental divine science. 289 

Science and health. 28 

Unity of God. 28< 

Ede, W. M. Attitude of the chi 

social problems of to 

E^ersheim, A. Life and times of Ji 
Messiah. 23 

Prophecy and history in relation 
Messiah. 23: 

Sketches of Jewish social life. 220 

The temple. 220 

Tohu-va-Vohu. 
E^gar, A. Bibles of England. 22< 
Edger, L. Elements of theosophy. 
E^ins, J. Early spread of religion 

Religion in China. 29( 

Edmonds, J. W., and Dexter, G. T 

itualism. i^ 

Edrehi, M. Historical account of 

tribes ... in the East. 2 
Edwards, E. H. Fire and sword in 

* 

Edwards, J. Freedom of the will. 2j 

On the Trinity. 

Works. 2S 

Edwards, T. C. Epistle to the Heb 

in r227 . 
Eggleston, E. Christ in art. r2- 



AUTHOR LIST. 



159 



Eggleston, E., ed. Christ in literature. 

232E29 

Elbe, Lr. Future life. 2i8E37f 

Eliot, W. G. Discourses on the doctrines 

of Christianity. 288E43d 

Early religious education. 234.4E43 

Lectures to young men. 170.4E43 

Lectures to young women. i70.4E43l 

Elkinton, J. The Doukhobors. 289.9E46 

Ellicott, C. J. Christus comprobator. 

221.1E46 

Pastoral epistles of St. Paul (Greek text). 

227.8E46P 

St. Paul's epistle to the Galatians (Greek 
text). 227.4E46S 

St. Paul's epistles to the Philippians, the 
Colossians and Philemon. 227E46S 

St. Paul's epistles to the Thessalonians 
(Greek text). 227. 81E46S 

Ellicott, C. J., ed. Plain introductions to 
the books of the Bible. 220E46P 

Ellinwood, F. F. Oriental religions and 
Christianity. 290E46 

Questions and phases of modern mis- 
sions. 266E46q 
Elliot, W* S. Lost Lemuria. 212E47I0 
Man's place in the universe. 2i2E47ni 
Story of Atlantis. 2i2E47st 
Ellis, H. Man and woman. i36.iE47m 
Elworthy, F. T. Evil eye. 133.4E54 
Ely, R. T. Social aspects of Christianity. 

261E54S 
Ely, T. Olympos. 292E540 

Emerson, E. R. Indian myths. 291 £521 
Emmons, S. B. Spirit land. I33-9E56 

English monasteries. 27iXi5e 

Emicmoscr, J. History of magic. 133E61 
Epictctus. Discourses. 188. 7dl 

Discourses, with the Encheiridion and 
Fragments. i88.7del 

Erasmus, D. Colloquies. 244E64 

Erdmann, J. E. History of philosophy. 

109E66 

Errcra, L. Russian Jews. 296E72r 

Etheridge^ J. W. Jerusalem and Tiberias, 
Sera and Cordova. 296E84J 

Eusebius Pamphilus. Ecclesiastical his- 
tory. 270 . 1 E88 

Evans, E. P. Animal symbolism in eccles- 
iastical architecture. 246E90 

Evans, W. F. Divine law of cure. i3iE9id 



Eveleigh, J. View of our religion. 239E92V 
Everett, C. C. Essays. 204E92e 

Ethics for young people. 170E92 

Fichte's Science of knowledge. I93.3xev 
Gospel of Paul. 232.3E92g 

Immortality, and other essays. 204E92i 
Psychological elements of religious faith. 

201E92P 

Science of thought. 160E92 

Evesham, Monk of. Revelation to the 

monk of Evesham, 1196. 244E93r 

Evetts, B. T. A. New light on the Bible 

and the Holy Land. 220.93E93n 

Ewald, G. H. A. von. Commentary on the 

prophets of the Old Testament. 

224E94C 
Commentary on the Psalms. 223.2E94C 
Ewald, P. Wer war Jesus? G-232E95W 
Examination of Canon Liddon's Hampton 
lectures. 232.8L7i3xe 

Exposition of Christian doctrine. 230X15 
Faber, F. W. Creator and the creature. 

243 F 1 14c 

Growth in holiness. 243Fii4g 

Hymns. 245.2Fii4h 

Spiritual conferences. 241 Fi 14s 

Faber, G. S. Difficulties of infidelity. 

2iiFii5d 
Horae Mosaicae. 220.iFii5h 

Fairbaim, A. M. Catholicism. 282F163 

Philosophy of the Christiap religion. 

201F163P 
Place of Christ in modern theology. 

230F163P 

Studies in the life of Christ. 232.9F163S 

Studies in the philosophy of religion and 

history. 201F163S 

Fairbaim, P. Typology of Scripture. 

220.8Fi64t 
Fairbanks, A., tr. First philosophers of 
Greece. 182F164 

Fairweather, W. Or i gen and Greek pa- 
tristic theology. i89.2069xf 
Falckenberg, R. History of modern phil- 
osophy. i09Hi78h 
Falconer, T. Evanson's Dissonance of the 

evangelists. 226F183 

Farley, F. A. Unitarianism defined. 288F232 
• 

Farnell, L. R. Cults of the Greek states. 

292F235 

Famsworth, R. L. Real man is a spirit 

only. 233F237 



160 



AUTHOR UST. 



Farrar, A. S. Critical history of free 
thought 239F241 

Farrar, F. W. The Bible. 220.iF242b 

Book of Daniel. in r224.4S629 

Early days of Christianity. 270.iF242e 
Eternal hope. 237F242e 

Fall of man. 2S2F242f 

First and second books of Kings. 

r222.5F242 

History of interpretation. 220.6F242h 

Life and work of St, Paul. 225.92P323f 
Uic of Christ. 232.9F242 

Life of lives. 232.9F242I 

Messages of the books. 225F242m 

Minor prophets. 221 . 92F242 

Paths of duty. 174F242P 

Saintly workers. 252F242S 

Sermons and addresses. 252F242se 

Social and present day questions. 

252F242SO 

Solomon. 22i.92S688f 

Voice from Sinai. 240F242V 

Farrat, F. W., and others. Non-Biblical 

systems of religion. 29oF242n 

Farrcr, J, Sermons. 232F246S 

Farrcr, J. A. Adam Smith. i92.9S642xf 

Paganism and Christianity. 290F24SP 

Faulkner, J. A, Methodists. 287F263 

Faussett, Gi Claims of the established 

church. 262F267 

Fcchncr, G. ^. Little book of life after 

death. 218F291I 

F6nelon, F. de S. de la Mothe. Spiritual 

letters; letters to men. 240F332S 

Spiritual letters; letters to women. 

240F332SW 

Fcnton, J. Early Hebrew life. 220.93F342 
Ferguson, C. Religion of democracy. 

201F352 

Ferguson, R S. Carlisle. 274.2F3S3 

Fcrrar, N. Story books of Little Gidding. 

244F374S 
Fcrrero, G. Militarism. 172.4F386 

Ferris, B. G. Utah and the Mormons. 

298F394U 

Feuerbach, L. Essence of Christianity. 

23oF423e 

Fichte, J. G. Sammtliche werke. G-193.3S 
Science of knowledge. 193.3s 

Science of rights. 193. 3sr 



Field, G. W. That better world. 237.4F454t 
Figiiier, L. Joys beyond the threshold. 

218F476J 

To-morrow of death. 2i8F476t 

Finch, W. Objections of iniidal historians. 

239F492 
Finck, H. T. Primitive love. 177.6F493P 
Romantic love and personal beauty. 

i77.6F493r 

Findlay, G. G. Epistle to the Ephesians. 

r227.5F497 

Fischer, K. Critique of Kant. I93.2xfi 

History of modern philosophy. 109F529 

Fisher, Mrs. A. B. B. See Buckley. A. B. 

Fisher, G. P. Beginnings of Christianity. 

. 270.iF534b 

Christian religion. 239F534C 

Discussions in history and theology. 

204FS34d ; 
Faith and rationalism. 239.7F534 

Grounds of theistic and Christian belief. 

239F5548 I 
History of Christian doctrine. 

230.09F534h \ 
History of the Christian church. 27oF534h ! 
Manual of Christian evidences. 2sg^S3A^ 
Manual of natural theology. 2iiF534in 
Nature and method of revelation. 

231.6F534 

Reformation. 270.6F534r 

Fisher, T. W. Plain talk about insanity. 

132.1F536 

Fishes, flowers and fife. 290X111 

Fiske, A. K. Beyond the bourn. 2i8F539 
Jewish Scriptures. 22iF539i 

Myths of Israel. 222.iiF539n* 

Fiske, J. Destiny of man. 2i8F54^ 

Idea of God. 2iiF54« 

Life everlasting. 2i8F54^^ 

Myths and myth-makers. 291 F54^^ 

Outlines of cosmic philosophy. II3F54^ ^ 
Studies in religion. See ^^® 

Through nature to God. 2ioF5-*'^* 

Tobacco and alcohol. I78F5-**] 

Unseen world. See ^* 

Fiske, L. R Man-building. i5oF5-* 

Fite, W. Introductory study of ethics - 

I7i?5-^ 

Fitzgerald, P. Fifty years of Catholic 1*^ 
and social progress. 282 FS^ 

Flammarion, C. The unknown. I34F5^^ 



AUTHOR LIST. 



IGl 



wood, J. Life of Our Lord and Sa- 
iour Jesus Christ. 232.9F59S 

ing, W., and Calderwood, H. Vocab- 
lary of philosophy. 103F599C 

her, H. Happiness as found in fore- 
hought minus fearthought. i3iF6i2h 
nticulture. i3iF6i2m 

w menticulture. i3iF6i2n 

y, C. Manners of the ancient Israel- 
tes. 296F6i8m 

, R. Agnosticism. 211F625 

:o. i95V638xf 

^el, M, Spirit of the Biblical legisla- 
ion. 220.83F646S 

C8, J. T. Socrates. i83.2xfo 

ush, W. B. Boy problem. i7oF696b 
, P. L., ed. New England primer. 

r238.5F7i2n 

>ng> J. G. R. Faiths of man. 

r203F722f 

rers of life. qr29oF722r 

iby, H. Monotheism. 292F725 

kcr, F. E. A. Heralds of the cross. 

266F733h 
sscue, E. F. K« Armenian church. 

281.6F738 
er, C. Story of the Bible. 220F7S3 

tr, E., ed. Cyclopaedia of poetry. 

r245F7S4 
w cyclopaedia of prose illustrations. 

r2o8F754ii 
er, G. Bl Finality of the Christian re- 
igion. 23oF755f 

er, J. Lectures. 252F755I 

Br, R. S. Supernatural book. 239F757S 
ird, C. Christ the Son of God. 

232.9F762 
St years of Saint Paul. 225.92P323fo3 
int John and the close of the apostolic 
ige. 270.1F762S 

int Paul and his missions. 225.92P323fo 
int Peter and the first years of Chris- 
:iani ty. 270 . i F762SP 

lle^ A. Mouvement idealiste. 

F-141F767 
Duvement positiviste. F-146F767 

ychologie des idees-forces. F-150F767P 
ier, C. Passions of the human soul. 

157F775 

« 

ler, J. A. Manual of mental science. 

138F786 



Fowler, N. C, jr. The boy. 174F787 

Fowler, O. S., and Fowler, L. N. Self-in- 
structor in phrenology and physiogno- 
my. 139F788 
Fowler, T. Bacon. i92.ixfo 
Locke. See 192 
Shaftesbury and Hutcheson. i92.9S525xf 
Fox, A. Son of man. 232.9F791 
Foxe, J. Acts and monuments. 272F795 
Book of martyrs. 272F795b 
Fradenburgh, J. N. Fire from strange al- 
tars. 29oF799f 
Frank, H. Doom of dogma. 23oF828d 
Fraser, A. C. Berkeley. I92.3xfr 
Locke. I92.2xfr 
Philosophy of theism. 211F839P 
Thomas Reid. I92.5xfr 
Frazer, J. G. Golden bough. 29iF848g 
Frederic, H. New exodus. 296F852n 
Freeman^ E. A. History of the cathedral 
church of Wells. 274.2F855h 
Freeman, J. E. If not the saloon — ^what? 

178F85S 

Fremantle, W. H. World as the subject 

of redemption. 261F869W 

Frere, W. H. English church in the reigns 

of Elizabeth and James L 274.2F882e 

Frith, J. Works. in 208T987W v. 3 

Frothingham, E. L., and Frothingham, A. 

L. Christian philosophy. 230F939C 

Frothingham, O. B. Boston Unitarianism. 

288F941 
Cradle of the Christ. 22S.1F941C 

Transcendentalism in New England. 

141F941 

Froude, J. A. Lectures on the council of 

Trent. 270.6F942 

Froude, R. H. Remains. 208F943 

Fulke, W. Stapleton's fortress overthrown. 

282F964S 
Fuller, H. H. Art of memory. 1S4F966 
Fuller, T. Good thoughts in bad times. 

242F968 
Holy and profane states. 241F968 

Fullerton, G. S. System of metaphysics. 

110F971S 
Funk^ I. K. Next step in evolution. 

213F982 

Widow's mite, and other psychic phe- 

, nomena. 134F982W 

Furrcr, K. Katholizismus und protestant- 

ismus. G-23oF99ok 



162 



AUTHOR LIST, 



G., E. E. Makers of Hellas. See i8o 

Gabriel, R. B. Facts relating to the Rev- 
erend Mr. White's Hampton lectures. 

239.9W585g 
Gahan, W. Compendious abstract of the 
history of the church of Christ. 

282G137 
Gairdner, J. English church iii the six- 
teenth century. 274.2Gi44e 
Galton, F. English men of science. 

i36.3Gi8ie 
Hereditary genius. i36.3Gi8ih 

Inquiries into human faculty and its de- 
velopment. i36.3Gi8ii 
Gamble, E. B. God idea of the ancients. 

20iGi9ig 
Gamble, H. R. Sunday and the Sabbath. 

263G192S 
Gannett, W. C. Year of miracle. 252Gi99y 
Gannett, W. C, and Jones, J. L. Faith 
that makes faithful. 252Gi99f 

Garbett, E. Dogmatic faith. 230G213 

Garbett, J. Christ as prophet, priest and 
king. 230.3G214 

Gardiner, F. Aids to Scripture study. 

220G221 

Gardner, A« Conflict of duties. 170.4G225C 

Theodore of Studium. 27o.3G225t 

Gardner, P. Historic view of the New 

Testament. 225 . 95G228 

Gardner, W. E. History of Christianity. 

270G229 
Gamier, J. Worship of the dead. 290G236 
Gamier, T. P. Title-deeds of the Church 
of England. 283.42G236t 

Gasparin, V. B., comtesse de. Near and 
heavenly horizons. 244G249n 

Gasquet, F. A. English monastic life. 

27iG25ie 
Eve of the reformation. 274.2G25ie 

Henry VIII and the English monaster- 
ies. 27iG25ih 
Henry the Third and the church. 

274.2G25ih 
Old English Bible. 274.2G251 o 

Gasquet, F. A., and Bishop, E. Edward 
VI and the Book of common prayer. 

264.03G25ie 
Gaye, R. K. Platonic conception of im- 
mortality. i84.ixga 
Gayley, C. M., ed. Classic myths in Eng- 
lish literature. 291G287C 



Gee, H^ and Hardy, W. J^ comp. Docu- 
ments illustrative of English church 
history. 283.42G297 

Geiger, A. Judaism and its history. 

2960310) 
Geiki^ C. Hours with the Bible. 

221.9SG314 

Life and words of Christ. 232.9G314 

New Testament hours. 225.95G3140 

Old Testament characters. 221.92G314 

Genung, J. F. Words of Kohcleth. 

223.8G341W 
George, M. M., ed. How to sleep. i35G34< 
Gerhart, E. V. Institutes of the Christiai 
religion. 2300365 

Gibbons, H. .O. History of Old Pin 
Street. 285.1043^^ 

Gibbons, J. Ambassador of Christ. 

250G4J 
Faith of our fathers. 282G43C 

Our Christian heritage. 239G439 

Gibson, J. Inscriptions on the tombstona 

and monuments of the Covenanters. 

274. 1 G4^ 

Gibson, J. C. Mission problems and ma 

sion methods in south China. 

266.5G449 
Gibson, J. M. Gospel of St. Matthew. 

r266.2G45p. 

Gibson, W. Year of grace. 2690.^ 

Gieseler, J. C. L. Text-book of church \m^ 

tory. 27oG4_2 

Gigot, F. E. Outlines of Jewish history. 

221.9504^ : 
Outlines of New Testament history. 

225.95G4S:: 
Gilbert, G. H. First interpreters of Jesi 

225.8204^ 

Student's life of Jesus. 232.904^, 

Student's life of Paul. 225.92P323! 

Giles, H. A., and others. Great religions < 

the world. 29oG47'^ 

Giles, J. A. Apostolic records of eafl 

Christianity. 27o.iG-*i 

Hebrew and Christian records. 220. iG-*^ 

Gill, W. W. Myths and songs of the sat*^ 

Pacific. 299. 9G-*' 

Gillespie, C. G. K. Sanitary code of t:l 

Pentateuch. 220 . 86G4 T 

Gilly, W. S. Narrative of an excursion 

the mountains of Piedmont. 284. 4G4^- 

Waldensian researches. 284.4G4S5 



AUTHOR UST. 



163 



Irs. C. P. S. Concerning chil- 

173.5G487C 
ic. 173.7G487 

r. p., and Jackson. E. P. Con- 
s a fine art. 170G487 

Mrs. S. S.] Mothers in council. 

i73G488m 
y. Applied Christianity. 

26iG542a 
I league of Connecticut. 261G542C 
1 pastor and the working church. 

250G542C 
1 way. 240G542C 

ich is left of the old doctrine? 

23oG542h 
rayer. 226.9GS42I 

latry. i77G542n 

Dughts on the art of living. 

170.4G542P 
of immortality. 237-2G542 

leas of the present age. 26iGS42r 
izzling Bible books. 221G542S 
ilvation. 26iG542» 

oes the sky begin? 252G542W 
ote the Bible? 220.1G542W 

W. E. "Ecce Homo." 

232.984518 
s of past years. See 260 

ible rock of Holy Scripture. 

221.1G543 

mundi. See 292 

lanings. 204G543I 

id the newest fashions in reli- 

282G543r 
decrees. 282G543V 

Pi, Story of the Psalters. 

223.2G549 
], Introduction to the synoptic 

226G562i 

E. Thousand miles of miracle 
a. 266G565t 

Gentle art of pleasing. 

i77G566g 

: Emanuel, the Saviour of the 

232.iG569e 
darkness. 235G569S 

Iviella, E., comtc. Contempo- 
olution of religious thought in 
J, America and India. 209G576 
, . Mental condition necessary to 
nquiry into religious evidence. 

239G578 



Godet, F. Commentary on th^ gospel of 
St. John. 226.5G582 

Introduction to the New Testament. 

22565821 

Lectures in defence of the Christian 
faith. 239G582I 

Qodert, F., and others. The atonement in 
modern religious thought. 232.2G582 

Godwin, W. Lives of the necromancers. 

133.4G593I 

Golder, C. History of the deaconess 
movement. 271.99G618 

Goldziher, 1, Mythology among the He- 
brews. 296G625m 
Gomperz, T. Greek thinkers. 182G635 
Good words. See 205 
Goodspeed, G. S. Israel's Messianic hope. 

232.1G656 

Goodwin, F. J. Harmony of the life of St. 
Paul. 225.92P323go 

Gordon, A. J. First thing in the world. 

234.2G66if 

How Christ came to church. 26oG66ih 
Ministry of the Spirit. 23i.3G66im 

Gordon, G. A. Christ of to-day. 232G663 
New epoch for faith. 23oG663n 

Ultimate conceptions of faith. 230G663U 
Witness to immortality. 237.2G663W 

Gordon, M. L. American missionary in 
Japan. 266G664 

Gordyi, P. Lessons in psychology. 150G665 

Goro, C. Body of Christ. 265.3G667 

Incarnation of the Son of God. 

. 232.iG667i 

Roman Catholic claims. 282G667r 

St. Paul's epistle to the Ephesians. 

227.5G667S 

St. Paul's epistle to the Romans. 

227.1G667 

Sermon on the mount. 226.2G667S 

Gore, C, ed. Lux mundi. 232.1G667I 

Gorton, D. A. Ethics. 172G675 

Gostwick, J. German culture and Chris- 
tianity. 239.7G682 
Gough, A. E. Philosophy of the Upan- 
ishads. 181.4G692 
Gough, J. B. Platform echoes. 178G692P 
Goulbum, E. M. Doctrine of the resur- 
rection of the body. 236.8G695 



164 



AUTHOR LIST, 



Gould, E. P. Biblical theology of 'the 
New Testament. 225.82G696 

Commentary on . . . St. Mark. 

226.3G696 

Gould, E. R. L. Popular control of the 

liquor traffic. ri78.4G696p 

Gould, G. M. Meaning and method of life. 

215G697 
Gould, S. Baring-. Church in Germany. 

274.3G698 
Legends of Old Testament characters. 

221.92G698 
Origin and development of religious be- 
lief. 209G698 o 
Some modern difficulties. 239.8G698S 
Grafton, C. C. Christian and Catholic. 

230.3G737C 
Pusey and the church revival. 

283.42G737P 
Graham, J. M. East of the barrier. 

266.5G739e 
Graham, R. S. Gilbert of Sempringham and 
the Gilbertines. 271.79G742 

Graham, R. B. C. Vanished Arcadia. 

271.5G741V 

Granger, E. Worship of the Romans. 

292G758W 
Grant, Sir Alexander. Aristotle. i85.ixgr 
Grant, Alexander H. See Seafield, Frank. 
Grant, Mrs. Anne M. Superstitions of the 
Highlanders of Scotland. i33G759e 

Grant, Anthony. Past and prospective 

missions to the heathen. 

266G759 
Grant, Asahel. Nestorians. 28ir8G759n 
Grant, J. Mysteries of all nations. 133G762 
Grant, P. Dain spioradail; Gaelic hymns. 

245.96G763 

Grant, R. Art of living. i7oG764a 

Grant, W. D., ed. Christendom anno Dom- 
ini, 1 90 1. 270.8G763 
Gratry, A. Guide to the knowledge of God. 

23i.8G772g 

Gray, G. B. Commentary on Numbers. 

222.14G778 

Studies in Hebrew proper names. 

220.92G778S 
Gray, R. Sermons on . . . the refor- 
mation of the Church of England. 

274.2G782S 
Greek and Eastern churches, in 284.4X425 



Green, C, and Wells, S. Y. Summary view 
of the millennial church. 289.8G79SS 
Green, F. W. E. Memory. 154G796 

Green, T. H. Prolegomena to ethics. 

171G797 
Works. 192.9G797W 

Green, W. H. General introduction to the 
Old Testament; the canon. 221.1G797 
Moses and the prophets. 22iG797m 

Greene, M. L. Development of religious 
liberty in Connecticut. 277.46G8iod 

Greenleaf, S. Testimony of the evange- 
lists. 226.1G814 
[Greenwell, D.] Patience of hope. 

241G815P 
Present heaven. 24iG8i5pr 

Greenwood, F. Imagination in dreams. * 

i35G8i6i 
Greenwood, F. W. P. Lives of the twelve 
apostles. 225.92G816I 

Gre& W. R. Creed of Christendom. 

230G818C 

Gregg, D. Gospel of Christ's deity. 

226.5G8i9g 

Gregorius Thaumaturgus, St. Works of 
Gregory Thaumaturgus. 281.3G824W 
Gregorovius, F. Tombs of the popes. 

282G821 

Gregory, O. Letters on the evidences of 

the Christian religion. 239G823I 

Grey, E. C. W. St. Giles's of the Lepers. 

See 274 

Griesinger, T. Jesuits. 271.5G848 

Griffis, W. E. Lily among thorns. 

223.9G852 

Pilgrims in their three' homes. 285.9G852P 
Religions of Japan. 299.5G852r 

Sunny memories of three pastorates. 

250G852S 

Griggs, E. H. Moral education. See 170 
New humanism. i7oG857n 

Grimm, J. Teutonic mythology. 293G864t 

Groos, K. Play of man. 150G876P 

Spiele der menschen. G-150G876S 

Groser, W. H. Scripture natural history. 

220.85G877 

Grote, G. Plato and the other companions 
of Sokrates. i84.ixgr 

Grotius, H. De jure belli et pacis. See 172 
Rights of war and peace. See 172 

Gueranger, P. Liturgical year. 264.02G928 



AUTHOR LIST. 



165 



sr, H. A. Myths of Greece and 
>me. 2920929111 

IS of northern lands. 293092901 

iss, H. G. Approaching end of the 
e. 236.3G965 

;ss» L. E. Across India. 266G965 
588, M. G. Story of the China inland 
ssion. 266G966S 

, F. P. G. Meditations on the es- 
nee of Christianity. 239096901 

r, E.^ and others. Phantasms of the 
ing. 134G981P 

son, A. Foundations of death. 

i78G982f 

e, T. The city. . 252G984C 

acher, A. Optimism and pessimism 
the Old and New Testaments. 

220.81G985 
, M. J. Non-religion of the future. 

2ioG987n 

in, H. M. Arian controversy. 

273.4G993 

in, H, M., ed. The church, past and 

esent. 270G993 

pseud. See Jackson, Mrs. H. M. F. 

tt, H. B. Commentary on the Acts. 

r266.6Hi2ic 

tt, J. History of the Orthodox 
urch of Cyprus. 28i.9Hi2ih 

rood, F. W. Christ lore. 232H123 
n, A. W., and Stubbs, W., ed. Coun- 
s and ecclesiastical documents relat- 
l to Great Britain and Ireland. 

r274.2Hi26 
^ A. T. Relations between freedom 
d responsibility. i72.iHi29r 

r, S. H. Down in. Water Street. 

266Hi3id 
el, E. Riddle of the universe. 

i47Hi33r 

trathsel. G-147H133W 

iders of life. 147H133W 

bach, K. R. Reformation in Ger- 
iny and Switzerland. 274.3Hi43h 

rd, H. R. Poor and the land. 

267.15H145P 
A, Rabbinical dialectics. >296Hi48r 
J. Symbolism. 160H149S 

I, C. R. Islam as a missionary re- 
ion. 296Hl5;3i 



Haldane, E. S. James F. Ferrier. See 192 
Haldane, R. B. Pathway to reality. 

149.2H158 
Hale, A. Aborigines of Australia. 

266.3H159 
Hale, E. E. What career? 174H163W 

Hale, H. G. Who then is this? 232H164W 
Hall, A. C. A. Use of Holy Scripture in 
public worship. 264 .^H 174 

Hall, C. C. Christian belief. 239H174C 

Does God send trouble? 24oHi74d 

Universal elements of the Christian re- 
ligion. 230H174U 
Hall, C. C, and others. Christian worship. 

264 Hi 74c 

*Hall, C. H. Sermons. 239H17S 

Hall, E. H. Papias and his contempora- 
ries. 270.1H175P 
Hall, F. T. Pedigree of the devil. 235H175 
Hall, G. S. Adolescence. IS0H176 
Hall, H. F. Soul of a people. See 294 
Hall, N. Lord's prayer. 226.9H178 
Hall, R. Works. 208H179W 
Hall, T. C. Messages of Jesus. 226Hi79ni 
Hallcck, R. P. Education of the central 
nervous system. 152H184 
Psychology and psychic culture. 150H184P 
Hallowell, R. P. Pioneer Quakers. 

289.6H193P 

Quaker invasion of Massachusetts. 

289.6Hi93q 

Hamerton, P. G. Human intercourse. 

i77H2i5h 

Quest of happiness. i7i.4H2i5q 

Hamill, H. M. Sunday school teacher. 

268H216S 

Hamilton, E. J. Moral law. 170.2H218 
Hamilton, Gail, pseud. Stumbling blocks. 

204H218S 

Washington Bible-class. 220H218W 

Hamilton, J. Lessons from the great biog- 
raphy. 232.9H218I 
Our Christian classics. 208H2180 
Hamilton, J. T. History of the missions 
of the Moravian church. 266.46H2i8h 
Hamilton, Sir W. Discussions on philoso- 
phy and literature. 192.9H222 
Lectures on metaphysics and logic. 

1 10H222I 

Metaphysics. iioH222m 

Philosophy. 192 . 9H222P 



I 



166 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Hammond, W. A. On certain conditions 
of nervous derangement. 132H2280 
Sleep and its derangements. 135H228 

Hampden, R. D. Scholastic philosophy. 

189H229 
Hancock, T. Puritans and the tithes. 

254H23SP 

Hand-reading. 1 33 . 6X 1 9 

Hannlih, J. Relation of divine and human 
elements in Holy Scripture. 220.1H243 
Hannay, J. O. Spirit and origin of Chris- 
tian monasticism. 271H244S 
Hapgood, H. Spirit of th^ Ghetto. 

296H553S 
Hardwick, C. Christ and other masters. 

290H267C 
History of the articles of religion. 

238.3H267 
History of the Christian church; middle 
age. 27o.3H267h 

Hardwicke, H. Art of living long and hap- 
pily. 170H267 
[Hardy, E. J.]. Business of life. i7oH269b 
How to be happy though married. 

i73.3H269h 

"Manners makyth man." i77H269m 

Sunny days of youth. 27oH26gs 

Hardy, E. N. Churches and educated men. 

261H269C 
Hare, J. C. Mission of the Comforter. 

' 231.3H275 

Harger, M., comp. Prayers from the 

poets. 245H279P 

Hamack, A. Expansion of Christianity in 

the first three centuries. 27o.iH289e 

History of dogma. 230.09H289 

Monasticism . . . and Confessions of 

St. Augustine. 27iH289m 

Sources of the apostolic canons. 

262.6H289 

What is Christianity? 230H289W 

Harper, A. Book of Deuteronomy. 

r222.i5H293 

Harper, H. A. Bible and modern discov- 
eries. 220.93H294 
Harper, W. R. Commentary on Amos and 
Hosea. 224.8H295C 
Religion and the higher life. 252.5H295r 
Harris, F. Moral evolution. 171.7H314 
Harris, J. Great commission. 266H3i4g 
Great Teacher. 232H314 



Harris, J. R. Newly recovered gospel of 
Peter. 229.8H313P 

Harris, S. Self-revelation of God. 

231H316S 
Harris, S. F. Century of missionary mar- 
tyrs. 266H316C 
Karris, W. T. Hegel's logic. 193. sxh 
Introduction to the study of philosophy. 

102H317 
Psychologic foundations of education. 

150H317 
Harrison, E. Study of child-nature. 

173.5H319S 
Harrison, F., and Spencer, H. Nature and 
reality of religion. 204H3i9n 

Harrison, J. E. Myths of the Odyssey in 
art and literature. 292M32im 

Prolegomena to the study of Greek reli- 
gion. 292H321P 
Harrison, J. E., and Verrall, M. de G. 
Mythology and monuments of ancient 
Athens. 292H32imy 
Hart, E. Hypnotism, mesmerism and the 
new witchcraft. 134H324 
Hart, H. C. Scripture natural history; ani- 
mals. 220.85H325 
Hart, L. When a maid marries. 

173.3H325W 
Hartley, D. Observations on man. 

ig2.9H332o 
Hartmann, R von. Philosophy of the un- 
conscious. I93-9H333P 
Hartmann, F. Life and doctrines of Ja- 
cob Boehme. i49.3B676xh 
Life of . . . Paracelsus. i89.5P22ixh 
Harvard university. University hymn book. 

245H339U 
Hase, K. History. of the Christian church. 

27oH346h 
Hastings, J., and Selbie, J. A., ed. Dic- 
tionary of the Bible. qr220.3H357 
Hatch, E. Influence of Greek ideas and 
usages upon the Christian church. 

23oH36ii 

Organization of the early Christian 

churches. 262H361 o 

Haug, M. Essays on the . . . religion 

of the Parsis. 295H371 

Hausrath, A. History of New Testament 

times; the time of Jesus. 225.g5H376h 

History of New Testament times; the 

. time of the apostles. 225.95H376hi 



AUTHOR LIST, 



16' 



Hiluaser, L. Period of the reformation. 

270.6H377P 
Haven, J. Mental philosophy. 150H385 
Hawkins, E. Inquiry into the 

means of attaining Christian truth. 

239H393 
Hawkins, Sir J. C. Horae synopticae. . 

226H393h 
Hawking W. Discourses on Scripture 
mysteries. 230H394 

Hays, G. P. Presbyterians. 285H42S 

Hazard, C. Narragansett Friends' meet- 
ing in the i8th century. 289.6H428n 
Hazard, R. G. Causation and freedom in 
willing. 122H429 

Freedom of mind in willing. 123H429 
Head, N., ed. Daily walks with wise men. 

208H433 
Heard, A. F. Russian church and Russian 
dissent. 28i.9H435r 

Heath, R. Reformation in France. 

274.4H438r 

Heber, R. Personality and office of the 

Christian Comforter. 231.3H445 

Heckewelder, J. Mission of the United 

Brethren among the Indians. 

266.46H45on 
Hedge, F. H. Atheism in philosophy. 

104H453 
Primeval world of Hebrew tradition. 

222.11H453P 
Ways of the spirit. 204H453W 

Hefele, K. J. History of the Christian 
councils. 270.2H46ih 

Hegel, G. W. F. Lectures on the philoso- 
phy of religion. 201H462 
Philosophy of right. 193- 5pr 
Hddenhain, R. Hypnotism. i34H465h 
Hcilprin, M. Historical poetry of the an- 
cient Hebrews. 22i.88H467h 
Heine, H. Religion and philosophy in 
Germany. i09H468r 
Hcndersoo, C. H. Children of good for- 
tune. 170.4H496C 
"*nderson, H. F. Religious controversies 
of Scotland. 285.2H497r 
^«ngstcnberg, E. W. Egypt and the 
books of Moses. 222.1H511 
^*nry, B. C. Cross and the dragon. 

266H522C 
Henry, M. Communicant's companion. 

26S.3H523 



Exposition of the book of Psalms. 

223.2H523 
Exposition of the Old and New Testa- 
ment. qr220 . 7H523e 
Henslow, G., and others. Christian apolo- 
getics. 239H525C 
Henson, H. H. Godly union and concord. 

28oH526g 
Studies in English religion in the seven- 
teenth century. 274.2H526 
Hepworth, G. H. We shall live again. 

252H529W 
Heracleitus. Fragments ... on na- 
ture. i82.4fp 
Herbart, J. F. A B C of sense-perception. 

See 152 

Application of psychology to the science 

of education. See 150 

Text-book in psychology. i5oH534t 

Herford, B. Anchors of the soul. 

252HS44 

Small end of great problems. 204H544 

Story of religion in England. 274.2H544S 

Hering, E. On memory. 154HS46 

Herkless, J. Francis and Dominic and the 

mendicant orders. 27iH549f 

Hermann, W. Communion of the Chris- 

tian with God. 230H552 

Hennetic philosophy. 212X19 

Hersey, H. E. To girls. i77H572t 

Hcrvey, W. L. Picture-work for teachers 

and mothers. 268H580P 

Herzl, T. A Jewish state. 296H581J 

HerzQg, J. J., ed. Realencyklopadie. 

rG-203H582 

Hessey, J. A. Sunday. 263H587 

Hetherington, .W. .M. History of the 
Church of Scotland. 285.2H589 

Heurtley, C. A. Justification. 234.7H593 
Heuser, H. J. Harmony of the religious 
life. 248H594 

[Hcwctt, W. T. S.] Notes for boys. 

i7oH598n 
Hewitt, J. F. History and chronolog>' of 
the myth-making age. 291H611 

Hibben, J. G. Hegel's logic. I93.5xhi 

Inductive logic. 161H625 

Hibbert journal. See 205 

Hickok, L. P. Rational psychology. 

z5oH629r 
Hill, D. H. Crucifixion of Christ. 

226. I H 644 



168 



AUTHOR LIST. 



HUl, D. H. 

Sermon on the mount. 226.2H644 

Hill, D. J. Genetic philosophy. 120H644 

Hill, H. A. History of the Old South 

church. 285 . 874H645h 

Hillebrand, K. German thought. See 193 

Hillis^ N. D. David. 22i.92D248hi 

Foretokens of immortality. 237.2H654f 

Influence of Christ. 26iH654i 

Investment of influence. i70.4H654i 

Man's value to society. i7o.4H654m 

Quest of happiness. 171.4H6S4 

Right living as a fine art. i70.4H654r 

Hilprecht, H. V., ed. Recent researches in 

Bible lands. 220.93H656r 

Hilty, C. Happiness. 171.4H657 

Hinckley, F. A. Deeper meanings. 

242H659d 

Hinton, C. H. New era of thought. 

134H666 

Scientific romances. 134H666S 

Hippoljrtus, St Refutation of all heresies, 

and Writings. 28i.3H667r 

Hirsch, E. G. The crucifixion viewed from 

a Jewish standpoint. 232H669C 

Hirsch, S. R. Ninet'»«*n letters of Ben Uziel. 

296 H 670 n 

Hirsch, W. Genius and degeneration. 

ISI.1H669 

History of Protestanism in France. 

284.sX42h 

Hitchcock, E. Religion of geology. 

2i5H674r 

Hitchcock, R. D., ed. Hitchcock's . . 

analysis of the Holy Bible. r220.2H675h 
Hitchcock, R. D., and Brown, F., ed.. 

Teaching of the twelve apostles. 

28i.3H67St 
Hoarc, H. W. Evolution of the English 

Bible. 220.52H679 

Hobbcs, T. English works. i92.9H682e 
Hobhousc, L. T. Mind in evolution. 

iSoH683m 

Hodge, C. Essays and reviews. 204H687e 
Systematic theology. 230H687S 

Hodges, G. Christianity between Sundays. 

252H688C 
Faith and social services. 204H688f 

Fountains abbey. 27i.72H688f 

Human nature of the saints. 252H688hu 

Hodgkins, L. M. Via Christi. 266H689V 



Hdffding, H. History of modern philoso- 

phy. I09H6^'7 

Problems of philosophy. iooH697J^ 

Hoffman, F. S. Psychology and comrao«^ 

life. I30H69&«^ 

Hogan, Mrs. L. E. Study of a child. 

i5oH7i^ 
Hogarth, D. G., ed. Authority and arch^k- 

eology. See 220. 

Holbrook, M. L. How to strengthen tl^— 

memory. I54H7^^ 

Holcomb, Mrs. H. H. Men of might k. 

India missions. 266H726^^ 

Hole, C. Early missions to and within t\—m 

British islands. 27M72^=z 

Holland, F. M. Rise of intellectual li Hft 

erty. 2iiHr^ 

Holland, H. S. Apostolic fathers. 

28i.3H?-^j 

Holland, J. G. Lessons in life. i70.4H7 35i 
Letters to the Joneses. i70.4^7%Slc 

Titcomb's letters to young people. 

I77ii735t 
Hollander, B. Mental functions of the 
brain. i32H737ni 

Holmes^ N. Realistic idealism in philoso- 
phy itself. 141H752 
Holm'bs, O. W. Mechanism in thought and 
morals. 131H7S3 
Holmes, R. On the prophecies and testi- 
mony of John the Baptist. 232H7520 j 
Holt, E. Secret of popularity. 177H75S5 i 
Holtzmann, O. Life of Jesus. 232.9H759 
Holy Eastern church. 281.9X21^ 
Holyoake, G. J. English secularism. 

2iiH76i« 

Trial of theism. 2iiH76it 

Hommel, F. Ancient Hebrew tradition as 
illustrated by the monuments. 

220.93H7^ 
Hood, E. P. Lamps, pitchers and trump- 
ets. 25iH77^ 

Hook, W. F., ed. Church dictionary. 

r203H78i 

Hooker, R. Laws of ecclesiastical polity. 

books 1-4. 262M784I 

Of the laws of ecclesiastical pohtyi 

book I. 262H7840C 

Works. 262H784W 

Hopkins, E. Power of womanhood. 

176H793P 



AUTHOR LIST. 



169 



E. W. Religions of India. 

294U793T 

J. H. History of the confes- 
l1. 26S.6H794 

M. Evidences of Christianity. 

239H795e 
I study of man. 150H795 o 

ngs and counsels. 252.5H795t 

S. Puritans. 274.2H795P 

S. Armstrong-. Within the pur- 

266 H 796 w 
W. G. Hymn lover. 245.2H8o9h 
W, G., ed. Treasury of American 
;d song. 245.iH8o9t 

. H. Eighteen centuries of the 
ch of England. 283.42H8iie 

en centuries of the Orthodox 
k church. 28i.9H8iie 

t*s history of the Greek church. 

281.9H811S 
I. S. Popular history of the free 
:hes. 274.2H815P 

[*. Religious necessity of the ref- 
tion. 283.42H815 

. H. Introduction to* . . . the 

Scriptures. 220H816 

J. A. Christian ecclesia. 262H821 
spistle of St. Peter I, i-II, 17; 
k text. 227.92H821 

ic Christianity. 270.1H821J 

Dmena to Romans and Ephesians. 

227.1H821P 

J. New pantheon. 29iH82in 

Et F. Book of Proverbs. 

in r223.2Mi62pv.2 

art of living together. 173H823 
1 Dei. 251H823V 

F. L., and Gannett, W. C. Thought 
od in hymns and poems. 

24S.iH826t 
J. ,K. The Jews. 296H827J 

1, Mrs- L. S. Telling Bible sto- 

268H839t 

Hope, St. Paul. History of the 
e of Hope. 285.iH839h 

V. A. Mind-reading and beyond. 

134H846 
E. Studies in non-Christian re- 
is. 290H848S 

iV. History of priestcraft. 

27oH863h 

of the supernatural. 133H863 



Hubbard, E. Message to Garcia. 

i74.8H874m 
Hubbell, G. A. Up through childhood. 

150H876U 
Hubbell, G. G. Fact and fancy in spirit- 
ualism, etc. 133H877 
Hue, E. R. Christianity in China, Tar- 
tary and Thibet. 266.2H882C 
Hudson, T. J. Divine pedigree of man. 

215H887 
Evolution of the soul. 134H887 

Law of mental medicine. 131H887! 

Law of psychic phenomena. 134H887I 
Scientific demonstration of the future life 

218H887 
Hudson, W. H. Famous missions of Cali- 
fornia. qr266.2H888 
Introduction to the philosophy of Her- 
bert Spencer. I92.8xhu 
Rousseau and naturalism in life and 
thought. I94.4xh« 
Hughes, H. P. Social Christianity. 

2S2H893S 
Hughes, J. Complete works. 208H893 

Hughes, T. Manliness of Christ. 

232.8H894 
Hughes, T., and others. Tracts for priests 
and people. 204H894t 

Hughes, T. P. Dictionary of Islam. 

r297.03H895 
Huidekoper, F. Judaism at Rome. 

296H898J 
Hulme, F. E. Symbolism in Christian art. 

246H9ish 

Hume, D. Philosophical works. 192. 4ph 

Hume, R. A. Missions from the modern 

view. 266H923m 

Hunt, F. Worth and wealth. 174H94OW 

Hunt, W. English church in the middle 

ages. 274.2H944e« 

English church ... to the Norman 

conquest. 274.2H944C 

Somerset diocese; Bath and Wells. 

274.2H944S 
Hunter, J. Collections concerning the 
church ... at Scrooby. 285.9H945 
Hunter, P. H. Story of Daniel. 

22i.92Di84h 
Huntington, F. D. Christian believing and 
living. 252H9SIC 

Personal religious life in the ministry. 

262H9SIP 



170 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Huntington, F. D. 

Sermons for the people. 252H951S 

Huntington, W. R Four key-words of re- 
ligion. 204H953f 
Psyche. 237H9S3P 
Spiritual house. 248H953S 
Hnribut, J. L. Bible atlas. q220.9iH964b 
Hurlbut's story of the Bible. 22oH964h 
Stndies in the four gospels. 226H964S 
Hunt, J. F. Short history of the Christian 
church. 270H9673 
Short history of the church in the U. S. 

277.3H967S 
Short history of the early churcH. 

270.1H967S 

Short history of the mediaeval church. 

270.3H967S 

Short history of the modern church in 
Europe. 270.6H967S 

Short history of the reformation. 

27o.6H967sh 

Hutchinson, F. Historical essay concern- 
ing witchcraft. 133.4H973 
Hntchihson, H. G. Dreams and their 
meanings. 135H976 
Hiitton, R. H. Modern guides to English 
thought in matters of faith. 204H984e 
Theological essays. 23oH984t 
Huxley, T. H. Essays upon some contro- 
verted questions. 2i5H986es 
Evolution and ethics. i7iH986e 
Hume. I92.4xhu 
Hume, with helps to the study of Berke- 
ley. ri92.4xhu 
Science and Christian tradition. 215H986S 
Science and Hebrew tradition. 

215H986SC 
Hyacinthe, P^re. Discourses. 252H992d 
[Hyde, J.] Our eternal homes. 237.4H994 
Hyde, W. D. From Epicurus to Christ. 

i7iH99Sf 

God's education of man. 23oH995g 

Jesus' way. 248H995J 

Outlines of social theology. 230H99S o 

Practical idealism. 141H995P 

Hjrslop, J. H. Elements of logic. 168H999 

Problems of philosophy. 110H999P 

Science and a future life. 134H999S 

Ilea» G., ed. Mind. 150I27 

Iliowizi, H. In the pale. 296l28i 

Jewish dreams and realities. 296I28J 



Illingworth, J. R. Divine immanence. 

Ii7l29d 

Personality, human and divine. 230I29P 

Reason and revelation. 239I29 

Illinois Young men's Christian associationt. 

Twenty years. 267.391301 

Independent. See 205 

Inge, W. R. Christian mysticism. 149.3I45 

Studies of English mystics. 149.3I45S 
Ingersoll, R G. Works. 211I47W0 

Ingram, A. F. W. Work in great cities. 

250I54 
Ingram, J. H. Haunted homes and family 

traditions of Great Britain. I33.il55h 

Ingram, J. K. Outlines of the history of 

religion. 209I550 

Practical morals.' 170I55P 

Inman, T. Ancient pagan and modern 

Christian symbolism. 246157a 

Innes, A. D. Cranmer and the reformation 

in England. 274. 21580 

Inquisition in Spain and other countries. 

in27i.5X42J 
Inter-church conference on iederation. New 
York. Church federation. 280I60C 

International congress of arts and science, 
St. Louis. Congress of arts and sci- 
ence. Universal exposition, 1904. 
V. I. Philosophy and mathematics. 

See 100 
V. 2. History of politics and economics, 
History of law, History of religion. 

See 209 
International journal of ethics. See 170.3 
Ireland, J. Church and modern society. 

261 165c 
Ireland, W. W. Blot upon the brain. 

132I65 
Through the ivory gate. 1321651 

Irenaeus, St. Writings. 281.3I66W 

Irona, W. J. Christianity as taught by St 
Paul. 227I71 

Irving, E. Book of Revelation. 228I70P 
Isaacs, A. S. Stories from the rabbis. 

296Ti52is 
Islam and Christianity. 239.9X21 

Iverach, J. Christianity and evolution. 

239.8I94C 
St. Paul. 22S.92P323i^ 

Theism. 2nl94*' 

Ives, C. L. Bible doctrine of the soul. 

237I95 



AUTHOR LIST. 



171 



Jackson, A. V. W. Zoroaster. 295J1IZ 

Jackson, A. W. Deafness and cheerful- 
ness. 179J11 

Jackson, E. P. Character building. 170J12 

Jackson, G. A. Apostolic fathers 

second century. 28i.3jiia 

Fathers of the third century. 28i.3jiif 
Post-Nicene Greek fathers. 281.4J11P 
Post-Xicene Latin fathers. 281.4J11PI 

Jackson, Mrs. H. M. F. H. Bits of talk. 

173J12 
Jackson, S. Alaska and missions of the 
north Pacific coast. 266.5J14 

Jackson, S. M., and others, ed. Concise dic- 
tionary of religious knowledge and 
gazetteer. r203ji3c 

jKkson^ T. Curiosities of the pulpit. 

2S0J14 
Jackson, W. Doctrine of retribution. 

237.6J15 
Jacobs, H. E. Evangelical Lutheran 
church in the U. S. 284. I73ji6h 

Jacobs, H. E., and Haas, J. A. W., ed. 
Lutheran cyclopaedia. r284.iji61 

Jacobs, J. As others saw Him. 232.9J16 
Jewish ideals. 296J16J 

Jews of Angevin England. 296Ji6je 

Studies in Jewish statistics. 296Ji6st 

Jacobus de Varagine. Leaves from the 
Golden legend. 244J18I 

Jacobus, M. W., ed. Roman Catholic and 
Protestant Bibles compared. 220.5ji8r 
James I, king of England. Counterblaste 
to tobacco. See 178 

J«me8, G. W. In and out of the old mis- 
sions of California. 266.2j28i 
Old missions and mission Indians of Cal- 
ifornia. 266 . 2J28 o 
Junes, H. Substance and shadow. 213J26 
J^mea^ W. Human immortality. 218J29 
Principles of psychology. 150J29P 
Psychology. 150J29PS 
Talks to teachers on psychology. 

I50j29t 
Varieties of religious experience. 201J2Q 
Will to believe. 104J29W 

Jameson, Mrs. A. B. Sisters of charity. 

271.9J30S 
Jamieson, J. Ancient Culdees of lona. 

q274.ij3ih 
Janes, E. Human psychology. 150J31 

Janes, L. G. Health and a day. I3ij32h | 



Janet, Paul. Elements of morals. I7ij33e 
Theory of morals. I7ij33t 

Janet, Paul, and S6ailles, G. History of the 
problems of philosophy* 109J33 

Janet, .Pierre. Mental state of hy^tericals. 

132.5J34 
Janus, pseud. See Dollinger, J. J. I. von, 

and others. 

Jastrow, J. Fact and fancy in psychology. 

iSoj39f 
Time-relations of mental phenomena. 

i3iJ39t 
Jastrow, M. Religion of Babylonia and As- 
syria. 299.2i9j4ir 
Study of religion. 207J4IS 
Jefferson, C. E. Doctrine and deed. 

252j45d 
Minister as prophet. 25iJ4Sm 

Quiet hints to growing preachers. 

25iJ4Sq 
Things fundamental. 23oj45t 

Jelf, R. W. Inquiry into the means of 
grace. 234.1J49 

Jel£, W. E. Christian faith. 230 J51 

Jenkins, R. C. Canterbury. 274.2J52 

Jennings, H. Indian religions. 294j53i 

Jephson, Lady. Letters to a debutante. 

177JS4I 
Jervis, W. H. Gallican church. 282.44j57g 

Jessopp, A. Before the great pillage. 

274.2Js8b 
Norwich. 274 . 2j58n 

Jessup, H. H. Women of the Arabs. 

297J58W 

Jesuits; a historical sketch. 271.5X42J 

Jevons, F. B. Introduction to the history 

of religion. 209j57i 

Jevons, W. S. Logic. 160J58I 

Principles of science. 160J58P 

Studies in deductive logic. 162J58S 

Jewell, F. S. Claims of "Christian science." 

289.9J58 
Jewish women's congress, Chicago. Papers. 

296J59P 
Joachim, H. H. Study of the Ethics of 
Spinoza. 193 . 9S758XJ 

Joannes Damascenus. St. John Damas- 
cene on holy images. 246. 3D 155 
Johnson, C, comp. What they say in New 
England. See 133 
Johnson, E. H. The highest life. 248J67h 
Religious use of imagination. 23oJ67r 



172 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Johnson, S. Oriental religions 

China. 299.5J690 

Oriental religions . . . India. 294J690 
Oriental religions . . Persia. 

295J69 o 
Johnston, J. China and Formosa. 266.5J73C 
Johnstone, P. D. Muhammad and his 
power. See 297 

Joly, H. Psychology of the saints. 235J75P 
Jones, A. T. National Sunday law. 

263.8j76n 
Jones, E. E. C. Elements of logic. 160J76 
Jones, E. Griffith-. Ascent through Christ. 

230J76 
Jones, H. Philosophy of Lotze. 193.8XJ0 
Jones, J. Moral tendency of divine revela- 
tion. 23oj77m 
Jones, J. H. Know the truth. 192.9H222XJ0 
Jones, J. L. Jess. 252J76J 
Search for an infidel. 252J76S 
Jones, J. P. India's problem. 266j77i 
Jones, S. England and the Holy see. 

28oj78e 
Jones, W. Credulities. I33J79 

Jones^ W. H. Salisbury. 274.2J79S 

Jordan, D. S. Blood of the nation. 

172.4J83 

Call of the twentieth century. 174J83C 

Philosophy of despair. 149.6J83 

Strength of being clean. 171.4J83S 

Jordan, F. Character as seen in body and 

parentage. 137J84 

Jordan, W. G. Kingship of self-control. 

I70.4j84k 
Jordan, W. M. G. Prophetic ideas and 
ideals. 224J84P 

Jortin, J. Discourses concerning the truth 
of the Christian religion. 270J85 

Joseph, M. Ideal in Judaism, and other ser- 
mons. 296J85i 
Judaism. 296J85J 
Journal of speculative philosophy. See 105 
Journal of the Society of Biblical litera- 
ture and exegesis. See 205 
Jowctt, B. College sermons. 252.5J86 
Select passages from the introductions to 
Plato. i84.idxjo 
Sermons. 252j86sb 
Jowett, J. H. Apostolic optimism. 252 J87 
Judd, C. H. Genetic psychology. iSoj9ig 
Judge, W. Q. Ocean of theosophy. 212J93 o 
Judson, E. Institutional church. 26iJ93i 



Jukes, A. Second death. 236J95 

Julian, J., ed. Dictionary of hymnology. 

r245.03j95 
Jtilicher, A. Introduction to the New Tes- 
tament. 225J95 
Justinus, St., surnamed the martyr. Writ- 
ings. . 281.3J97W 
Kabbala, The. Kabbala denudata. 

i8i.3Kiikm 

Qabbalah. i8i.3Kiikmy 

Kaftan, J. Truth of the Christian religion. 

230K11 

Kalisch, M. M. Path and goal. 20iKi4i> 
Kant, I. Critique of practical reason. 

171K1& 

Critique of pure reason) tr. by F. Mai^ 
Muller. 193 . 2crmi^ 

Critique of pure reason; tr. . . . by 
J. M. D. Meiklejohn. i93.2cnKB 

Dreams of a spirit-seer. iiiKi^ 

Kant's cosmogony. ii3Ki6b 

Kritik of judgment. I93.2krb 

Metaphysic of ethics. i7iKi6ni 

Prolegomena. I93.2prm 

Prolegomena, and Metaphysical founda- 
tions of natural science. I93.2prb 
Katholikos, pseud. The supernatural. 

231K21 

Kautsch, E. History of the literature of the 
Old Testament. 221K210 

Kay, D. Memory. 154K22 

Keary, A., and Keary, K Heroes of As- 
gard. 293K24b 

Keary, C. F. Mythology of the Eddas. 

29iK24ni 
Outlines of primitive belief. 291K240 
Keble, J. Christian year. 245.2K26 

Kedney, J. S. Christian doctrine harmon- 
ized. 230K25C 
Hegel's aesthetics. 193. 5xk 
Mens Christi. 23oK25m 
Problems in ethics. 171K25 
Keeler, L. E. If I were a girl again. 

i77K26i 

Keeley, L. E. Non-heredity of inebriety. 

i78K26n 

Keightley, T. Mythology of ancient Greece 

and Italy. 292K26m 

Keil, C. F. Manual of Biblical archaeology. 

220.93K27ni 

Keller, H. Optimism. 149.5K28 



AUTHOR LIST. 



173 



Kellett, F. W. Pope Gregory the Great. 

270.2K28P 
Kellogg, S. H. Book of Leviticus. 

r222.i3K29 
Genesis and growth of religion. 

209K29g 
Handbook of comparative religion. 

29oK29h 
The Jews. 296K29J 

Light of Asia and Light of the world. 

294K29I 
Kemp, D. Nine years at the Gold Coast. 

266.7K33n 
Kennard, J. S. Psychic power in preach- 
ing. 2S1K35 
Kennedy, H. A. A. St. Paul's conceptions 
of the last things. 236K34S 
Kennedy, J. H. Early days of Mormon ism. 

298K34e 
Kent, C. F. Messages of Israel's lawgiv- 
ers. 222.iK36m 
Wise men of Israel and their proverbs. 

223 . 7K36W 
Kenyon, F. G. Our Bible and the ancient 
manuscripts. 220 . 5K38 o 

Ker, J. Lectures on the history of preach- 
ing. 251K39I 
Kemahan, C. Face beyond the door. 

237.2K40f 

Kerr, J. G. Medical missions. 266K4im 

Kerahaw, S. W. Protestants from France 

in their English home. 284.5K42P 

Ketler, L C. Tragedy of Paotingfu. 

266K43t 
Kett, H. Conduct and opinions of the 
primitive Christians. 239.1K43 

Kettlewell, S. Thomas a Kempis and the 
Brothers of Common Life. See 271 
Keya of the creeds. 230X24 

Khan, [Gazanfar Ali], and Sparroy, W. 
With the pilgrims to Mecca. See 297 
Kidd, J. On the adaptation of external na- 
ture to the physical condition of man. 

215K440 
Kflboum, J. K., comp. Faiths of famous 
men in their own words. 2o8K47f 

KUpatrick, T. B. Christian character. 

248K48 
Kimball, A. R Blue ribbon. i78K49b 

Kimball, Mrs. H. D. Witchcraft illustrated. 

133.4K48 
Ktnane, T. M. Purgatory. 236.5K49 



King, C. W. Gnostics and their remains. 

. 273 . 1 K52g 

King, H. C. Rational living. isoK53r 

Reconstruction in theology. 23oK53r 

Theology and the social conscipusness. 

23oK53t 

King, L Psychology of child development. 

I50KS4P 
King, J. Anglican hymnology. 245.2K53 
Recent discoveries on the Temple hill at 
Jerusalem. 220 . 93^53^ 

King, J. H. The supernatural. 210K53 

King, L. W. Babylonian religion and my- 
thology. 299.219K53 
King, T. S. Christianity and humanity. 

252K54C 

Kingsland, J. P. Man and his environment. 

23oK54m 
Kingsland, W. Esoteric basis of Christian- 
ity. . 2i2KS4e 
Kingsley, C. Good news of God. 2S2K5Sg 
Sermons for the times. 252K55sf 
Sermons on national subjects. 252K55S0 
Water of life. 2S2Ks5w 
Kinsley, W. W. Old faiths and new facts. 

239.8K570 

Kip, W. I. Catacombs of Rome. 246K57 
Christmas holydays in Rome. See 264 
Early Jesuit missions in North America. 

266.2K57e 

Kirk, Eleanor, pseud., and Street, J. C. 
Influence of the zodiac upon human life. 

133.5K59 

Kirkpatrick, A. F. Doctrine of the later 

prophets. 224K6id 

Kirkpatrick, E. A. Fundamentals of child 

study. i5oK6if 

Kitto, J. Daily Bible illustrations. 220.6K63 

Popular cyclopaedia of Biblical literature. 

r220.3K63p 

Knappert, J. Religion of Israel. 296K67r 
Knight, R. P. Symbolical language of an- 
cient art and mythology. 291K71S 
Knight, W. Arch of Titus. 220.93K71 
Essays in philosophy. 104K71 
Hume. I92.4xkn 
Knowles, T. S. Art of success. 174K73 
Knowling, R, J. Testimony of St. Paul to 
Christ. 227K73t 
Knox, C. E. Year with St. Paul. 

225.92P323kn 



174 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Knox, G. W. Direct and fundamental 
proofs of the Christian religion. 

239K74d 
Knox, G. W., and others. Christian point 
of view. 230K74 

Knox, J. Works. 274.1K75W 

Koenig, E. Bible and Babylon. 220.93K77 
Kohut, A. Ethics of the fathers.296K79e 
Koons, W. G. Child's religious life. 

150K83 
Koran. El-Kor'an. 297K84er 

Koran. 297K84ks 

Selections from the Kur-4n. 297X84^ 
Koren, J. Economic aspects of the liquor 
problem. i78K84e 

Kra£Ft-Ebing, Jt von. Experimental study 
in the domain of hypnotism. 134K89 
Krapf, J. L. Travels and missionary la- 
bours . . . eastern Africa. See 266 
Krasinski, V., count. Religious history of 
the Slavonic nations. 274K92S 

Krummacher, F. A. Parables. 244K94P 
Kuenen, A. Historico-critical inquiry into 
. . the Hexateuch. 222.1K94 

National religions and universal religions. 

29oK94n 
Prophets and prophecy in Israel. 224K94P 
Kiiipe, O. Introduction to philosophy. 

102K98 
Kurtz, J. H. Bible and astronomy. 

239.8K99b 
Manual of sacred history. 220.95K99m 
Kuyper, A. Encyclopedia of sacred the- 
ology. 23oK99e 
Lactantius Firmianus, Lucius Caelius. 
Works. 281.3L151W 
Ladd, G. T. Doctrine of sacred Scripture. 

220.iLi53d 
Elements of physiological psychology. 

i5oLi53e 
.Introduction to philosophy. 102L153 

Outlines of descriptive psychology. 

150L1530 
Outhnes of physiological psychology. 

IS0L1530P 
Philosophy of conduct. 171L153 

Philosophy of religion. 20iLiS3P 

Primer of psychology. i5oLiS3pr 

Psychology. 150L153PS 

Theory of reality. iioLi53t 

What is the Bible? 220.1L153W 

Laidlaw, J. Bible doctrine of man. 233L185 



Laing, S. Modern science and modero 

thought. 2i5Li87m 

Modern Zoroastrian. 2i5Li8;mz 

Lake, J. J. Islam. 297Li92i 

Lamb, M. T. Mormons and their Bible. 

298L2191D 
Lambert, L. A. Notes on Ingersoll. 

211L2210 

Tactics of infidels. 2iiL22it 

Lambeth and the Vatican. 244X24] 

Lambing^ A. A. Sacramentals of the Holy 

Catholic church. 265L224S 

Lane, C. A. Illustrated notes on English 

church history. » 283.42L264 

Lang, A. Book of dreams and ghosts. 

133.1L269 
Cock Lane and common sense. 133L269 
Custom and myth. 291L269 

Magic and religion. 2911,26901 

Modern mythology. 29iL269mo 

Myth, ritual and religion. 29iL269in]r 

Lang, J. M. Gideon and the judges. 

221.92G453I 
Lange, F. A. History of materialism. 

146L274 

LangOf J- P- Life of the Lord Jesns 

Christ. 232.9L274I 

Lange, J. P., ed. Commentary on the Holy 

Scriptures. r220.7L274c 

Lange, K. Apperception. 150L274 

Larcom, L. Unseen friend. 248L3i9° 

Lamed, A. Old tales retold from Grecian 

mythology. 2921*3240 

Tales from the Norse grandmother. 

293L324t 
Lamed, J. N. Primer of right and wrong. 

170L325P 
Lamed, J. N., ed. Multitude of counsellors. 

i7oL325fl> 
Larrowe, M. D. See Loisette, Alphonse. 
Larwood, Jacob, pseud. Book of clerical 
anecdotes. 244L336'> 

Lasteyrie du Saillant, C. P., comte de. His- 
tory of auricular confession. 282L349'' 
Lathbury, C. The being with the upturned 
face. 233L353l> 

Lathrop, G. P., and Lathrop, Mrs. R* ^ 
Story of courage. 271. 975^354 

Latimer, H. Sermon on the ploughers. 

252L358* 
Seven sermons before Edward VI. 

252L358sf 



AUTHOR LIST. 



175 



Conference between Laud and 

r. 230.3L367 

EL A. Modern missions in the 

266L4i9m 
R. Articles of the Church of 
nd which the Calvinists improper- 
isider as Calvinistic. 238.31,379 
• Scottish philosophy. 192L384 
[. C. Famous essays on physiog- 

i38L397f 
, M. How to conduct a Sunday 
1. 268L4i8h 

, W. Visions and service. 

252.5L424V 
T. Mind and brain. 130L427 
i. Antisemitism. 296L430 

J. Spirit of Judaism. 296L431S 
M. Ethics of Judaism. 296L432 
Chapters from the religious his- 
)f Spain . . . the inquisition. 

274.6L433C 
:al sketch of sacerdotal celibacy. 

254L433h 
of auricular confession. 282L433h 
of the inquisition. 272.2L433h 
in church history. 270L433S 

r, C. W. Astral plane. 2i2L434a 
n creed. 212L434C 

''ance. 134L434 

mic plane. 2i2L434d 

13SL434 
: helpers. 2i2L434i 

ide of death. 212L434 o 

of theosophy. 2121,434 ou 

impses of occultism. 212L434S0 
. H. L. S. Light of conscience. 

240L437I 
of priestly life in the seventeenth 
•y in France. 274.4L437r 

A. Hymn-writers of the nine- 
i century. 245 . 2L439 

I. Religion of the Christ. 239L441 
i. The crowd. i5oL,447c 

lychologiques de revolution des 

;s. F-150L447I 

ogy of peoples. 150L447P 

G. V. Apostolic and post-apos- 
times. 270.1L459 

f, E. H. History of European 
s. 170.9L461 

of . . . rationalism in Eu- 

211L461 



Map of life. 170L461 

Le Conte, J. Evolution and its relation to 

religious thought. 213L466 

Religion and science. 2i5L466r 

LedoSy E. Traite de la physiognomic ha- 

maine. F-i38L474t 

Lee, F. G. Glimpses in the twilight. 

133L477 

Glimpses of the supernatural. i33L477g 
More glimpses of the world unseen. 

i33L477in 
Lee, J. W. Making of a man. 2i3L479m 
Lee, S. Eschatology. 236L481 

Leeds, J. W. The theatre. i75.2L484t 

Lefifingwell, A. Illegitimacy. i76.5L494t 
Vivisection question. 179.4L494 

Le Gallienne, R. If I were God. 23i.8L496i 
Perseus and Andromeda. 292L496P 

Religion of a literary man. 204L496r 

Legge, J. Religions of China. 299.5L5i4r 
Legge, J., ed. Life and teachings of Con- 
fucius. i8i.iC7481e 
Life and works of Mencius. 181 . iMs36Ie 
[Lehman, A., comp.] Christianity defined. 

289.7L523C 
Leibniz, G. W. Opera philosophica. 

193- 1 op 

Leighton, R. Practical commentary upon 

the first epistle of Peter. 227.92L531P 

Whole works. 208L531W 

Leland, C. G. Alternate sex. 136.1L537 

Gipsy sorcery and fortune telling. 

See 133.4 
Have you a strong will? i3iL537h 

Lenker, J. N. Lutherans in all lands. 

284.1L567 
Lenormant, F. Chaldean magic. 133LS71 
Leo XIII, pope. Great encyclical letters. 

262.8L577 
Leonard, D. L. Missionary annals of the 

nineteenth century. 266LS79m 

L6picier, A. M. ' Indulgences. 282L596i 

Leroy-Beaulieu, A. Israel among the na- 
tions. 296L6i9i 
Lethaby, W. R. Architecture, mysticism 
and myth. 291L647 
Lever, T. Sermons. 252L660S 
L6vy-Bruhl, L. History of modern philoso- 
phy in France. 194L668 
Philosophy of Auguste Comte. 194.8x1 



176 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Lewes, G. H. Aristotle. iSs.ixle 

Biographical history of philosophy. 

109L671 
Comte's philosophy of the sciences. 

I94.8xle 

Problems of life and mind. IS0L671P 

Lewis, A. H. Critical history of Sunday 

legislation. 263.8L673 

Paganism surviving in Christianity. 

260L673 
Lewis, Alexander. Manhood-making. 

170L674 

Lewis, Arthur. Life and work of the Rev. 

E. J. Peck among the Eskimos. See 266 

Lewis, H. K. The child. IS0L675 

Lewis, T. Divine human in the Scriptures. 

220.1L677 
Lewis, W. B. Text-book of mental dis- 
eases. i32L678t 
lias, J. J. Nicene creed. 238.iL693m 
Lichtenberger, F. German theology in the 
nineteenth century. 230.4L711 
Liddon, H. P. Christmastide in St. Paul's. 

252L713C 
Divinity of Our Lord. 232.8L713 

Easter in St. Paul's. 252L7i3e 

Passiontide sermons. 252L713P 

Sermons. 252L713S 

Sermons on Old Testament subjects. 

252L7i3se 
Sermons on some words of Christ. 

252L7i3seo 
Some elements of religion. 252L713S0 
Lieber, F. Manual of political ethics. 

i72L7i7m 
Liefde, J. de. Signet-ring, and other gems. 

244L719S 
Lifejof Saint Mary Magdalen. 244X25h 

Life's last hours. See 244 

Liggins, J. 'Great value and success of for- 
eign missions. 266L723g 
Light on the hidden way. 133,9X241 
Lightfoot, J. B. Biblical essays. .227L724 
Dissertations on the apostolic age. 

227L724d 
Leaders of the northern church. 

274.2L724I 
Notes on epistles of St. Paul. 227L724n 
On a fresh revision of the New Testa- 
ment. 225.52L724 
Saint Paul's epistles to the Colossians and 
to Philemon. 227.7L724S 



Saint Paul's epistle to the Galatiai 

23:j. 
Saint Paul's epistle to the Philippi 

227, 
Lightfoot, J. B., ed. Apostolic fal 

28] 

Lillie, A. Buddha and Buddhism. 2$ 

Buddhism in Christendom. 294 

Modern mystics and modern ma| 

Lilly, W. Introduction to astrolog 

13:3 
Lilly, W. S. Ancient religion and 1 

thought. 2 

Claims of Christianity. 21 

Great enigma. 21 

On right and wrong. 1 

Lincoln, D. F. Sanity of mind. 132 

Lindo, E. H. History of the J« 

Spain and Portugal. 29 

Lindsay, Mrs. A. R. Brown. The w 

I7< 

What is worth while? 170] 

Lindsay, J. Momenta of life. 170.^ 

Lindsay, T. M. Church and the min 

the early centuries. 27c 

Luther and the German reformati 



Lingard, J. History and antiquities 

Anglo-Saxon church. 274. 

Linn, W. A. Story of the Mormo 

25 
Litchfield, M. E. Nine worlds. 29 

Little, A. G. Grey Friars at Oxford 

271. 

Little, H. W. Arrows for the king* 

ers. 2 

Little, W. J. K. Conflict of ideals 

Church of England. 283.4 

Holy matrimony. 173. 

Litton, E. A. Mosaic dispensation. 

222 

Liturgies and other documents of th 

Nicene period. 281 

Livermore, A. A. Anti-tobacco. 178 

Living church annual. xi 

Llorente, J. A. History of the inqi 

of Spain. 272 

Locke, C. Age of the great \ 

schism. 27G 

Locke, J. Works. 

Works; philosophical works. i 



AUTHOR LIST. 



I i 



J. N. Dawn of astronomy. 

299.31L818 
Ir J. Life and matter. 147H 133x1 

Alphonse, pseud. Assimilative 
Dry. 154L83S 

Gospel and the church. 23oL835g 
>, C. Man of genius. 151.1L844 
w, S. Essays and sermons. 

252L854 
B, G. History of the Oxford mis- 
:o Calcutta. 266.3L856h 

5. L. Modern cities and their re- 



26iL863m 
worker's 

244L869g 

193.81b 

193. Sme 

I93.8mi 



s problems. 

E. S., comp. Gospel 
iry. 

Logic, 
ysic. 
)smus. 
s of a philosophy of religion. 

201L885 o 
L., comp. Voyage of life. 

170L890V 
. D, jr. Fast and thanksgiving 
of New England. See 277 

^. Durham. 274-2L9I2 

Medical missions. 266L9i3m 

•. Occult Japan. 299.SL9170 

A. Vindication of Anglican or- 

262.17L919 
iV. Church and its organization 
mitive and Catholic times. 

260L92IC 
ents of the early church. 

246L92im 
Z. J. M. See Hyacinthe, Pere. 
Sir J. Use of life. 170.4L928U 
v., ed. Der todtentanz in der 
nkirche zu Berlin. 

frG-246.5L93i 
H. M. Footprints of the apos- 

226.6L94if 

F. Hasheesh eater. 178.8L945 
. M. Incentives for life. 171L945 

H. T. Connection between 
ht and memory. 154L9S4 

. R. Epistles of St. Peter. 

in r227.9iP734 
J. Skipper parson on the bays 
arrens of Newfoundland. 

266.7L959S 
P. Monumental Christianity. 

246L962m 



Lushington, F. de W. Sermons to young 
boys., 252.5L969 

Luther, M. Epistles of St. Peter and St. 
Jude. 227.9L973e 

Luther on the creation. 222.11L973 

Luther's commentary on the first twen- 
ty-two psalms. 223.2L973 
Table talk. 2o8L973t 
Watchwords for the warfare of life. 

208L973W 
Lutheran church. Book of concord. ' 

238.4L974b 

Lutoslawski, W. Origin and growth of 

Plato's logic. 184.IXIU 

Luys, J. Brain and its function. See 131 

Lyman, A. J. Preaching in the new age. 

251L986 
Lynn, W. T. Bible chronology. 

r220.94L990 
Ljrttelton, A. T. Place of miracles in 
religion. 23 1 . 7L996P 

Mabie, H. W. Great word. i7oMii2g 

Life of the spirit. 204M112I 

Norse stories . . . Eddas. 293Mii2n 
Mabie, H. W., ed. Myths that every child 
should know. 291 Mi 12m 

Macalister, R. A. S. Ecclesiastical vest- 
ments. 247. 7M 1 13 
McCabe, J. Twelve years in a monastery. 

27iMii9t 
McCarthy, M. J. F. Priests and people in 
Ireland. 282.415M124P 

McCausland, D. Adam and the Adamite. 

239. 8M 1 24a 

Builders of Babel. 239.8Mi24b 

Sermons in stones. 239.8M124S 

M'Clintock, J., and Strong, J., comp. Cy- 
clopaedia of Biblical, theological and 
ecclesiastical literature. r203Mi27c 

M'Conaughy, D. Discourses of persons 
eminent in sacred history. 252Mi29d 
McConnell, S. D. Evolution of immortal- 
ity. 218M128 
History of the American Episcopal 
church. 283. 73 M I 28h 
Sermon stuff. 251 Mi 28s 
M'Conncll, S. M. Christ. 232M128C 
McCosh, J. Christianity and positivism. 

239. 8M 1 29 
Emotions. 157M129 

Examination of Mr. J. S. Mill's philoso- 
phy. 192. 7xm 



1 



178 



AUTHOR LIST. 



McCosh, J. 

First and fundamental truths. 110M129 

Laws of discursive thought. 160M129 
Method of the divine government. 

231 M 129m 

Our moral nature. 171M129 

Philosophic series. IQI-SP 

Philosophy of reality. 191. 5ph 

Prevailing types of philosophy. 110M129P 
Psychology; the cognitive powers. 

150M129 

Psychology; the motive powers. 

150M129P 

Religious aspect of evolution. 2i3Mi29r 
Scottish philosophy. 192M129 

Tests of the various kinds of truth. 

i6oMi29t 

Whither? O, whither? tell me where. 

230M129W 

MacCoun, T. Holy Land in geography 
and in history. 220.9Mi30h 

M'Crie, T. History ... of the refor- 
mation in Spain. in 274.5Mi32h 
History ... of the reformation in 
Italy. 274.5Mi32h 
Macculloch, J. A. Religion. 209Mi32r 
MacCunn, J. Ethics of citizenship. 

i72.iMi32e 

Making of character. 170M1 32 

MacDill, D. Mosaic authorship of the Pen- 
tateuch defended. 222.iMi33m 

MacDonald, A. Symbol of the apostles. 

238. I M 134 

Macdonald, D. B. Development of Muslim 
theology, jurisprudence and constitu- 
tional theory. 297M133 
MacDonald, G. Cheerful words. 208M135C 
Hope of the gospel. 252Mi35h 
Miracles of Our Lord. 226. 7M 135 
Unspoken sermons. 252M135U 
Macdonald, J. M. Life and writings of St. 
John. 225.92j65m 
MacDougall, D. Conversion of the Maoris. 

266 M 137c 
MacdufiF, J. R. Cities of refuge. 241 M 139c 
Footsteps of St. Paul. 225.92P323m 

Footsteps of St. Peter. 225.92P477m 

Grapes of Eshcol. 237.4Mi39g 

Hart and the water-brooks. 223. 2M 139 
Memories of Bethany. 232M139 

Memories of Gennesaret. 232Mi39m 



McFadycn, J. E. Divine pursuit. 242M142 
Mesages of the piT>phetic fand priestly 
historians. 22i.iMi42m 

Messages of the psalmists. 223.2Mi42m 
Old Testament criticism and the Chris- 
tian church. 221. 1 M 1420 
McGi£Fert, A. C. Apostles' creed. 

238. 1 M 145 

History of Christianity in the apostolic 

age. 270.iMi45h 

Mach, E. Contributions to the analysis of 

the sensations. 152M149 

M'llvaine, C. P. Evidences of Christianity. 

239M151C 

Mack, A. E., ed. For His sake. 2o8Mi52f 

Heaven's distant lamps. 245Mi52h 

Mackay, C. Popular delusions. i33Mi52m 

Mackay, R, W. Progress of the intellect 

. Greeks and Hebrews. 

290M152P 
Sketch of the rise and progress of Chris- 
tianity. 27oMi5is 
Mackennal, A. Sketches in the evolution of 
English Congregationalism. 285.8M155 
McKcnzic, A. Divine force in the life of 
the world. 232Mi56<l 
Getting one's bearings. i70.4Mi56g 
McKenzic, F. A. Sober by act of pariia- 
ment. 178.4M156S 
Mackenzie, J. Day-dawn in dark places. 

266Mi56<l 
Mackenzie, J. S. Manual of ethics. 

1 70. 2M 156 
Outlines of metaphysics. 110M1560 

Mackenzie, W. D. Christianity and . . 

modern missions. 266M157 

McKim, W. D. Heredity and human pro- 
gress. See 156 
McKinney, A. H. After the primary, what? 

268M158 
Mackintosh, Sir J. Dissertation on progress 
of ethical philosophy. See 170.9 

Mackintosh, R. Hegel and Hegelianism. 

193 S^^ 

Mackrell, Mrs. P., comp. Hymns. 245M174 

Maclagan, R. C. Evil eye in the western 

Highlands. i33.4Mi62e 

Madaren, A. Christ in the heart. 252M162C 

Epistles of St. Paul to the Colossians and 

Philemon. r227.7Mi6i 

Psalms. r223.2Mi62p 

Secret of power. 252Mi62» 



AUTHOR LIST. 



179 



I, A. 

IS ... in Manchester. 

252Mi62se 
)hant certainties. 252Mi62t 

s crowns. 2S2M162V 

lay evening addresses. 252M162W 
ministry. 252Mi62y 

I, Ian, pseud. See Watson, J. 
, W. E. Holy priest. 2SoMi63h 
soliloquies. 242M163I 

e of the interior life. 248M163P 
:hlin, J. Divine plan of the church. 

282M164 
A. J., and Browne, W. H. Cath- 
s of the East and his people. 

281.8M164 
G. F. Class-book of New Testa- 
history. 225.95M16SC 
ook of Old Testament history. 

221.95M16SC 
sion of the West; the Celts. 

274M165 
sion of the West; the English. 

274. 2 M 165c 
sion of the West; the Northmen. 

274. 8M 165 
sion of the West; the Slavs. 

274M165S 
M. J. Culture of simplicity. 

1 70. 4M 165c 
n, M. Promotion of general hap- 
s. 171.5M169P 

ion, H. Spencer and Spencerism. 

192. 8xm 
ion, J. Chi-istian dogmatics. 

230M173C 
J. Shall we drink wine? 

178. I M 189s 
retended miracles and remarkable 
al phenomena. 133x42m 

K, lady. Jewish portraits. 

296M198J 

J. P. Descartes. 194. ixm 

J. P., and Bernard, J. H. Kritik 
le pure reason. 193. 2xm 

V. System of mental philosophy. 

150M214S 

!yi. Palmoni. 220.94M214 

I. Psychology. 150M215P 

S. R. Dark ages. 27o.3M233d 
, F. Constitutional history . . . 
e Church of England. 283.42M236 



Malleson, H., and Tuker, M. A. R. Hand* 

book to Christian and ecclesiastical 

Rome. 282.45M253h 

Mallock, W. H. Doctrine and doctrinal 

disruption. 283M25Sd 

Is life worth living? 170M255 

Reconstruction of religious belief. 

2iiM255r 

Religion as a credible doctrine. 

239M25Sr 

Mallon, Mrs. I. S. See Ashmore, Ruth. 
Manac^!ne, M. de. Sleep. 135M266 

Manasseh Ben Israel. Mission to Oliver 
Cromwell. 296M267 

Manning, H. E. England and Christianity. 

28oM284e 

Eternal priesthood. 262.iM284e 

Four great evils of the day. 204M284f 
Mansel, H. L. Gnostic heresies. 273.1M286 
Limits of religious thought. 201M286 

Mant, R. Aficient hymns from the Roman 
breviary. 245M289 

Appeal to the gospel. 234M289 

Mantegazza, P. • Physiognomy and expres- 
sion. 138M291P 
Tartuffian age. i7oM29it 
Marden, O. S. Pushing to the front. 

174M323P 

Success. 174M323S 

Margoliouth, D. S. Lines of defence of the 

Biblical revelation. 221.1M329I 

Mohammed and the rise of Islam. 

297 M 329m 

Religions of Bible lands. 290M329 

Marholm, L. Studies in the psychology of 

woman. 150M332S 

Marquand, A., and others. Studies in logic. 

160M357 

Marsden, J. B. History of the early Puri* 
tans. 28S.9M364 

History of the later Puritans. 285.9M364h 
Marsh, E. G. Christian doctrine of sanc- 
tHTcation. 234.8M365 

Marshall, E. Oxford. 274.2M367 

Marshall, H. R. Pain, pleasure and aesthet- 
ics. ' 157M368P 
Marshall, T. W. M. Christian missions. 

266 M 369 

My clerical friends. 25oM369m 

Martineau, H. Household education. See 173 

How to observe. i7oM385h 



180 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Martineaii, J. Endeavours after the Chris< 
tian life. 252M386 

Essays, reviews and addresses. See 204 
Hours of thought. 24oM386h 

Seat of authority in religion. 201M386S 
Studies of Christianity. 288M386S 

Study of religion. 20iM386st 

Study of Spinoza. i93.9S758xm 

Tides of the spirit. 268M386t 

Types of ethical theory. 171M386 

Marwedd, E. Conscious motherhood. 

150M391C 
Maskell, W. Ancient liturgy of the Church 
of England. 264.03M397 

Maskeljmc, J. N. 'Sharps and flats.' 

174.6M397S 
Mason, A. J. Historic martyrs of the prim- 
itive church. 272.iM398h 
Persecution of Diocletian. 272.1M398P 
Mason, A. J., ed. Mission of St. Augustine 
to England. 274.2M398m 
Mason, C. A. Lux Christi. 266M398I 
Mason, J. Treatise on self-knowledge. 

24iM399t 
Mason, R. O. Hypnotism and suggestion. 

z34M4Tih 
Telepathy and the subliminal self. 

i34M4iit 
Masson, D. Recent British philosophy. 

192M419 

Masson, G. Huguenots. 284.5M42oh 

Mather, C. Essays to do good. 241M424 

Magnalia Christi Americana. 277. 4M424m 

Student atid preacher. 250M424S 

Mather, E. J. "Nor'ard of the Dogger." 

266M425n 
Mather, L Remarkable providences. 

i33.4M425r 
Mather, P. Counsels of a worldly god- 
mother. 177M426C 
Matheson, G. Representative men of the 
Bible. 220.92M428r 
Spiritual development of St. Paul. 

225.92P323ma 

Mathews, S. History of New Testament 
times in Palestine. 225.95M429 

Messianic hope in the New Testament. 

r232 . 1 M429m 

Social teaching of Jesus. 261M429S 

Mathews, W. Conquering success. 174M429 

Getting on in the world. i74M429g 



Matthews, T. T. Thirty years in Madagas- 
car. 266M443t 
Maude, A. Peculiar people; the Doukho- 
bors. 289.9M447P 
Maudsley, H. Body and will I59M448^ 
Life in mind and conduct. i3oM4481i| 
Natural causes and supernatural seem- — 
ings. I33M448^ 
Pathology of mind.^ I32M44&^ 
Physiology of mind. 131 M44^- 
Responsibility in mental disease. 

i32M4^Sr 
Maulde la Clavidre, R. de. Art of life. 

170M449 
Maurice, F. D. Conscience. 171.6M454 

Doctrine of sacrifice. 232.4M454d 

Gospel of St. John. 226.5M454 

Gospel of the kingdom of heaven. 

226.4M454 
Moral and metaphysical philosophy. 

109M454 
Patriarchs and lawgivers of the Old Tes- 
tament. 221M454P 
Prayer-book. 264.03M454P 
Religions of the world. 29oM454r 
Social morality. 170M454S 
Theological essays. 23oM454t 
Mauthner, F. Bekenntnisse einer spiritis- 
tin. G-I33-9M459 
Maxwell, Mrs. E. B. Bishop's conversion. 

266M465b 
Maxwell, J. Metapsychical phenomena. 

i34M465ni 
Mayor, J. B. Epistle of St. James. 

227.9iM474e 
Mead, C. M. Irenic theology. 23oM477i 
Mead, E. D. Principles of the founders. 

i72.iM47^P 
Mead, G. R S. Fragments of a faith for- 
gotten. 273.1M481 
Gospels and the gospel. 226M47fe 
Mead, G. W. Modern methods in church 
work. 26iM478ffl 
Modern methods in Sunday-school wort 

268M478 

Meade, W. Old churches, ministers and 

families of Virginia. 283.755M482 

Means, S. Saint Paul and the ante-Nicenc 

church. 270.1M484 

Mears, J. W. Bible in the workshop. 

174M485 
Medd, P. G. The one Mediator. 231.2M488 



AUTHOR LIST. 



181 



Mellone, S. H. Leaders of religious 
thought in the nineteenth century. 

211M528I 
Menzics, A. History of religion. 209M55ih 
Mcrder, C. Nervous system and the mind. 

i3i.iM555n 
Sanity and insanity. 132.1MS55S 

Merivale, C. Conversion of the northern 
nations. 274M563 

Conversion of the West; the continental 
Teutons. 274.3M563 

Merle d'Aubign6, J. H. D'Aubigne and his 
writings. 204M564 

History of the reformation in Europe in 
the time of Calvin. 270.6M564 

History of the reformation of the six- 
teenth century. 270.6M564h 
Merriam, E. F. History of American Bap- 
tist missions. 266.6Ms68h 
Merriam, G. S. Chief end of man. 

233M568C 
Merrill, S. Galilee in the time of Christ. 

220.91M571 
Merriman, T. M. Pilgrims, Puritans and 
Roger Williams vindicated. 

285.9M571P 

Merton, H. W. Descriptive mentality from 

the head, face and hand. 138M575 

Merz, J. T. History of European thought 

in the nineteenth century. 109M577 

Leibniz. 193. ixm 

Metcalf, R. Letter and spirit. 288M587I 

Methodist quarterly review. See 205 

Methodius Patarensis, St. Writings. 

281.3M592W 
Meyer, B. Aids to family government. 

173- 5M610 
Meyer, F. B. Paul. 225.92P323me 

Meyrick, F. Church in Spain. 274.6M615 
Mezes, S. E. Ethics. 171M617 

Michael, E. Practical thoughts of a moth- 
er. 173M620P 
Michael, O. S. Sunday-school in the de- 
velopment of the American church. 

268M620S 
Micbelet, J. Love. 173M622 

Michell, R Nature and value of the Chris- 
tian evidences. 239M623 
Micbie, A. Missionaries in China. 

266M625m 
Middleton, A. E. Memory systems. 

i54M628m 



Mielziner, M. Institution of slavery among 
the ancient Hebrews. 296M63ii 

Introduction to the Talmud. 296TiS2tmi 
Jewish law of marriage and divorce. 

296M631J 

Miles, E. H. Boy's control and self-ex- 
pression. i7oM643b 
How to remember. 154M643 
Mill, J. S. Examination of Sir William 
Hamilton's philosophy. i92.9H222xmi 
Positive philosophy of Comte. I94.8xmi 
System of logic. 160M645 
Three essays on religion. 204M645t 
Utilitarianism. 171.5M645U 
Miller, E. Evolution* of love. 110M648 
Miller, G. H. What's in a dream. 

ri35M648w 
Miller H. Headship of Christ. 285.2M649h 
Miller, J. Divine authority of Holy Scrip- 
ture. 220.1M649 
Miller, J. R.' Face of the Master. 

248M649f 

Finding the way. 248M649fi 

Miller, S. Office of the ruling elder in the 

Presbyterian church. 262.1SM652 

Milligan, G. Theology of the epistle to the 

H ebrews. 227 . 87M654t 

Milligan, W. Book of Revelation. 

in r227.94A379' 
Elijah. 22i.92E39nii 

Mills, C. History of Muhammedanism. 

297M656 
Mills, C. D. Tree of mythology. 291 M656t 
Milman, H. H. Character ... of the 
apostles as evidence of Christianity. 

239.1M658 

History of Christianity ... to aboli- 
tion of paganism in Roman empire. 

270.iM6s8h 

History of Latin Christianity. 282M658h 
Savonarola, Erasmus, and other essays. 

204M658S 
Milner, John. End of religious contro- 
versy. 282M659e 
Milner, Joseph. History of the church of 
Christ. 270M659 
Mind. See 105 
Minto, W. Logic. 160M667 
Missionary review of the world. See 205 
Mitchel, O. M. Astronomy of the Bible. 

215M667 



182 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Mitchell, A. F. Scottish reformation. 

274.1M678 
Mitchell, E. Craig. Parables of the New 
Testament spiritually unfolded. 

226. 8M6811. 
Parables of the Old Testament explained. 

221.8M681 

Scripture symbolism. 289.4M681S 

Mitchell, Ek Gushing. Critical handbook of 

the Greek New Testament. 225M679 

Mitchell, E. M. Study of Greek philosophy. 

180M680S 
Mitchell, H. G. Amos. 224.8M681 

Isaiah; a study of chapters 1-12. 

224.iM68ii 

World before Abraham. 222.11M681 

Mitchell, J. M. Great religions of India. 

29oM682g 
Mitchell, J. M., and Muir, Sir W. Two 
old faiths. 294M682t 

Mitchell, K. Drink question. i78M68id 
Mivart, St. G. Helpful science. 101M686 
Nature and thought. 150M686 

On truth. 100M686 

Origin of human reason. 156M686 

Moberly, G. Administration of the Holy 
Spirit. 231.3M687 

Moberly, R. C. Christ our life. 2S2M688c 
Problems and principles. 26oM688p. 

Mocatta, F. D. Jews of Spain and Portu- 
gal and the inquisition. 296M689J 
Modern review. See 205 
Moffat, R. Missionary labours. 266M694m 
Moffatt, J. Historical New Testament. 

225M695h 
Molesworth, W. N. History of the Church 
of England from 1660. 283.42M7i9h 
Molinos, M. de. Golden thoughts from the 
Spiritual guide. 242M724g 

Moll, A. Hypnotism. 134M726 

Monck, W. H. S. Sir William Hamilton. 

i92.9H222xmo 

Moncrief, J. W. Short history of the 

Christian church. 270M739 

Monod, A., and others. Select discourses. 

252M751S 

Montalembert, C. F. de Tryon, comte de. 
Monks of the West. 27iM763m 

Montefiore, C. G. Lectures on . . . 
the religion of the ancient Hebrews. 

296M774I 
Liberal Judaism. 296M774li 



Montfaucon, B. de. L'antiquite expliquee 

et representee en figures. See 290 

Moody, D. L. Great joy. 252M8i6g 

Moore, A. L. Lectures and papers on the 

history of the reformation. 270.6M819 

Science and the faith. 215M819 

Moore, A. W. Rational basis of orthodoxy. 

239.8M8i9r 

Moore, Mrs. C. J. See Ward, Mrs. H. O. 
Moore, E. C. New Testament in the 
Christian church. 225.iM8i9n 

Moore, G. Man and his motives. 233M821 
Moore, G. F. Commentary on Judges. 

222.3M821 

Moorehead, W. G. Studies in the Mosaic 
institutions. 296M825S 

Moorhouse, J. Dangers of the apostolic 
age. 270.1M827 

Morell, J. D. Speculative philosophy of 
Europe in the nineteenth century. 

109M841 

Morgan, C. L. Introduction to compara- 

, tive psychology. i5oM847i 

Psychology for teachers. 150M847P 

Morgan, G. C. First century message to 

twentieth century Christians. 228M847 

God's methods with man in time. 

23iM847g 

Spirit of God. 231.3M847S 

» 

Morgan, H. D. Religious principles and 
practice of the age. 230M848 

Morgan, J. V. Welsh religious leaders in 
the Victorian era. Sec 274 

Morgan, J. V., ed. Theology at the dawn 
of the twentieth century. 23oM849t 
Morison, J. C. Service of man. 201M859S 
Morison, J. H. Disquisitions and notes on 
the gospels; Matthew. 226.2M85s» 

Morley, J. On compromise. 171M8630 

Morres, R. Eight sermons. 252M873 

Morris, G. S. British thought and think- 
ers. i92M876b 
Hegel's philosophy of the state and of 
history. i93.5xmo 
Kant's Critique of pure reason. i93.2xmo 
Morris, R. H. Chester. 274.2M876 
Morrison, W. D. Jews under Roman rule. 

See 296 

Morse, R. C. Fifty years of federation of 

the Y. M. C. A. 267.39M885f 

Morselli, H. Suicide. 179.7M886 



AUTHOR LIST. 



183 



, A. G. Catholic faith and prac- 

230M888C 
eeds. 238.1M888 

scourses of Our Lord. 232M888I 
S., and Moses, A., ed. Ethics of 
lebrew Scrit>tures. 22iM9iie 

, J. L., von. Commentaries on . 
Christians before Constantine. 

270.1M911 

astical history. 270M911 

Wi. B. Child culture in the home. 

173.5M912C 

L. Fatigue. i3iM9i4f 

i57M9i4f 

R. Evangelization of the world 

is generation. 266M92ie 

. C. G. Epistle of St. Paul to the 

ms. r227.iM925 

Mrs. L. C. Ourselves and our 

bors. 177M927 o 

R. G. Literary study of the 

220.88M927I 
Production to the literature of the 

220.88M927S 
ff, A, N. History of the Church 
issia. 281.9M929 

V, A. Talks with my boys. 

i70.4M936t 

P. S. Aim of life. 170.4M937 

erusalem to Nicaea. 270.iM937f 
f.f comp. Witchery of sleep. 

135M938 
Z. A. Doctrines of Unitarians. 

288M938 

f. B. Eight lectures on miracles. 

231.7M941 
ideas in early ages. 22i.6M94ir 
ar, Protap dhunder. Heart-beats. 

242M942h 

I Christ. 232M942 o 

i God. 210M942S 

Ld. Speeches and table-talk. 

297M952SP 
Original Sanskrit texts on . . . 
lople of India. See 294 

W. The Caliphate. 297M954C 

297K34cm 
nedan controversy. 297M954mo 
J. H. Elements of ethics. 

171M9S4 
E. Republic of God. 23oM956r 



Mulford, P. Your forces and how to use 
them. i3iM9s6y 

Mullany, P. F. See Azarias, Brother. 
Mtiller, J. Christian doctrine of sin. 

233.2M960 
Mtiller, K. O. Introduction to a scientific 
system of mythology. 29iM96ii 

MUller, Max. Anthropological religion. 

210M958 
Contributions to the science of mytholo- 
gy. 291M9S8 
Lectures on . . . the religions of 
India. 294M958I 
Lectures on the science of religion. 

201M958I 
Life and religion. 208M958I 

Natural religion. 2ioM958n. 

Physical religion. 210M958P 

Ramakrishna. 294Ri64m 

Silesian horseherd. 230M958 

Six systems of Indian philosophy. 

181M958 

Theosophy. ' 2ioM958t 

Three lectures on the Vedanta philosophy. 

i8iM958t 
Muller, Max, ed. Sacred books of the East. 

290M958S 

Mullinger, J. B. History of the University 

of Cambridge. See 274 

Mullins, E. Y. Why is Christianity true? 

239M962W 
Mulock, D. M. Sermons out of church. 

170.4M959S 

Munch, P. A. Nordmaeridenes aeldste 
gude og helte-sagn. D-293M963 

Munger» T. T. Appeal to life. 252M965a 
Character through inspiration. 252M96SC 
Freedom of faith. 252M965f 

On the threshold. 170M965 o 

Mtinsterberg, H. Eternal life. 2i8M97ie 
Psychology and life. 150M971P 

Murray, A. Key to the missionary prob- 
lem. 266M979 
Ministry of intercession. 248M979m 
Murray, A. S. Manual of mythology. 

29iM979m 
Murray, J. C. Introduction to psychology. 

i5oM982i 

Murray, T. C. Lectures on the origin and 

growth of the Psalms. 223.2M984 

Muston, A. Israel of the Alps. 284.4M99ii 

Mycr, L Scarabs. 299.31M99SS 



J 



184 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Myers, A. C. Immigration of the Irish 
Quakers into Pennsylvania. 289.6M995 

Myers, F. W. H. Human personality and 
its survival of bodily death. 134M995 

Nares, £. View of the evidences of Chris- 
tianity. 239.7N226 

Nash, H. S. History of the higher criti- 
cism of the New Testament. 22S.1N251 

Nassau, R. H. Fetichism in west Africa. 

299.6N266f 

National purity congress. Papers, ad- 
dresses, portraits. T176N277 
Nature worship. 290X1 in 
Neal, D. History of New England . . . 
to 1700. See 277 
History of the Puritans. 274.2N339 
Neale, J. M. Catechetical notes. 238.3N346C 
History of the Holy Eastern church. 

28i.9N346h 
Lectures on church difficulties. 

283.42N346I 

Notes ... on Dalmatia, Croatia, etc. 

28oN346n 
Notes on the divine office. 264N346n 
Occasional sermons. 252N346 o 

Readings for the aged. 252N346r 

Sermons on passages from the prophets. 

252N346SO 
Sermons preached in a religious house. 

252N346SP 

Victories of the saints. 270N346V 

Neale, J. M., ed. Liturgies of S. Mark, etc. 

264.01N346 

Neale, J. M. and Littledale, R. F. Psalm 

of the saints. 223.2N346P 

Neale, J. M., and Littledale, R. F., tr. Lit- 
urgies of Ss. Mark, James, etc. 

264.01N346I 

Neander, A. General history of the Chris* 

tian religion and the church. 27oN349g 

History ... of the Christian churcn. 

270.iN349h 
Lectures on the history of Christian dog- 
mas. 230.09N349 
Life of Jesus Christ. 232.9N349 
Memorials of Christian life. 27oN349m 
Needham, G. C. Shadow and substance. 

220.93N375S 

Nelson, N. L. Scientific aspects of Mor- 

monism. 298N428S 

Neve, T. Eight sermons. 232N511 



Ncvins, W. S. Witchcraft in Salem \..^y 
lage. i33-4N^j; 

Nevius, J. L. Demon possession. 

i33.4Ns-2X> 
New church review. See 20$ 

New Jerusalem magazine. See 205 

New world. Sec 205 

New York (city). Committee of fifteen. So- 
cial evil. See 176 ; 
Newbolt, W. C. E. Penitence and peace. 

223.2N534P 

Priestly blemishes. 262.1X5^4 

Priestly ideals. 262.iN534i> 

Religion. 248X5341 

Newcomb, C. B. All's right with the world. 

Newman, A. H. History of the Baptist 
churches in the U. S. 286.73N55ih 
Newman, F. W. The soul. 237X5525 

Newman, J. H. Arians of the fourth cen- 
tury. 273.4N555 
Discussions and arguments. 204N553<^ 
Essay in aid of a grammar of assent. 

282N553e 
Historical sketches. See 270 

Lectures on the doctrine of justification. 

234.7N553I 
Lectures on the present position of Cath- 
olics in England. 282.42K553I 
Meditations and devotions. 242X553^ 
Parochial and plain sermons. 252N553P 
Sermons bearing on subjects of the day. 

252N5535 

Two essays on miracles. 231.7X5531 

Newton, R. Jewish tabernacle. 220.93X566J 
Newton, R. H. Right and wrong uses of 

the Bible. 220X566 

Newton, R. H., and others. Mission of 

Unitarianism. 288X566ffl 

Nichol, J. Francis Bacon. i92.ixni. 

Nicholas Ferrar, Author of. Undercurrents 

of church life. 274.2X61 

Nichols, J. R. Whence, what, where? 

218N619 

Nicolini, G. B. History of the Jesuits. 

271.5X6^ 
NicoU, W. R. Church's one foundation. 

232X645 

Incarnate Saviour. 232.9X645' 

When the worst comes to the worst. 

171.1N645* 



AUTHOR LIST. 



185 



Nietzsche, F. Dawn of day. i93.9N677d 

Works. 193.9N677W 

Nippold, F. Papacy in the 19th century. 

282N719P 
Noble, F. P. Redemption of Africa. 

266N749 

Noble, S. Appeal in behalf of the views of 
the . . . Mew Church. 289.4N752 

Nolan, F. Analogy of revelation and sci- 
ence. 215N787 

Nordau, M. Degeneration. See 136 

NordhofiF, C. God and the future life. 

2ioN833g 

Norelius, EL Svenska luterska forsamlin- 
garnas. S w-284 . 1 73N834 

Northcote, J. S. Roman catacombs. 

246N873r 

Norton, A. Statement of reasons for not 
believing the doctrines of trinitarians. 

288N883S 

Notovitch, N. Unknown life of Jesus 
Christ. 232.9N913U 

Nott, C. C, [ed.] Seven great hymns of 
the mediaeval church. 245.7N915.1 

Nott, G. F. Religious enthusiasm consid- 
ered. 269N916 

Noye», G. R., ed. Collection of theologi- 
cal essays. 204N954C 

Nye, G. H. F. Story of the Oxford move- 
ment. 283.42N994S 

Oahspe; a new Bible. r289.909 

Oakesmith, J. Religion of Plutarch. 

186.2P738XO 

Oates, J. F. Religious condition of young 
men. 2040iir 

O'Brien, J. History of the mass. 2640i4h 

O'Dea, J. J. Suicide. 179.7O23 

Oehler, G. F. Theology of the Old Tes- 
tament. 22I.82028t 

Ogilvie, J. A. Divine glory manifested in 

Our Lord. 232.8O3S 

0*Gorman, T. History of the Roman Cath- 
olic church in the U. S. 282.73035h 

Olcott, H. S. Buddhist catechism. 212044b 
Old diary leaves. 212O440 

Theosophy. 2i2044t 

Olden, T. Church of Ireland. 274.15O45 

Oldenberg, H. Ancient India; its language 
and religions. 294O46 

Oldham, C. F. Sun and the serpent. 

290O45S 

Oliphant, L. Scientific religion. 210O46S 



Oliphant, Mrs. M. O. W. Jerusalem, the 

holy city. 220.95O47J 

Olmstead, D. H. Protestant faith. 234O51 
Olsten, A. B. Mind power and privileges. 

131052m 
Oman, J. Vision and authority. 230O54V 
Oman, J. C. Mystics, ascetics and saints 

of India. 294055m 

O'Neilt, J. Night of the gods. r29i057n 
Oort, H., and Hooykaas, I. Bible for 

learners. 220.95O61 

Open court. See ^5 

Ophiolatreia . serpent worship. 

290X11 o 
Oppenheim, N. Development of the child. 

i5o062d 
Ordericus Vitalis. Ecclesiastical history of 

England and Normandy. 274.2O6S 
Origenes. Writings. 281 . 3O69W 

Ornsby, G. York. 274.2074y 

Orr, J. Christian view of God and the 

world, as centring in the incarnation. 

232. 1 075c 

David Hume. • i92.4xor 

Progress of dogma. 230.09O7SP 

Ritschlian theology. 230.4iO75r 

[Osbum, W.] Antiquities of Egypt. 

See 220.9 
Osier, W. Science and immortality. 

218O83S 
Ostwald, W. Individuality and immortality, 

2i8086i 
Oswald, F. L. Poison problem. 178O87P 
Ottley, R. L. Aspects of the Old Testa- 
ment. 221 O89 
Oughton, C. M. Crazes, credulities and 
Christian science. 289.9O93C 
Our English Bible. 220.52X420 
Outlook. See 205 
Overton, J. H. Anglican revival. 283 . 42O96 
Evangelical revival. 274.2O96C 
Owen, J. Evenings with the skeptics. 

2ii096e 

Skeptics of the French renaissance. 

2ii096sf 

Skeptics of the Italian renaissance 

2ii096si 

Owen, R. D. Debatable land. 133.9O96 

Footfalls on the boundary of another 

world. i33.9096f 

Oxenford, I., and Cosgrave, A. M. Life 

studies in palmistry. 133.6O97I 



186 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Ozenham, H. N. Short studies, ethical and 

religious. 170.4O97S 

Short studies in ecclesiastical history and 

biography. 204O97S 

Paget, S. Experiments on animals. 

179.4P136 
Paine» L. L. Ethnic trinities. 29oPi46e 
Paine, T. Age of reason. See 211 

Theological works. 2iiPi47t 

Paley, F. A., ed. Illustrations of baptis- 
mal fonts. r247.iPi57 
Paley, W. Miscellaneous works. 2o8Pi58m 
Principles of moral and political philoso- 
phy. 171P158 
View of the evidences of Christianity. 

239P158V 
Works. 208P158W 

Palmer, C. F. Inebriety. 178P173J 

Palmer, F. Drama of the Apocalypse. 

228P174 

Palmer, G. H. Field of ethics. i7iPi74 

Nature of goodness. i79.9Pi74n 

Palmer, R. Book of praise. 245.2P17S 

Hymns. 245Pi75h 

Paracelsus. Hermetic and philosophical 

writings. qi89.5P22ih 

Parish, £. Hallucinations and illusions. 

I33,2P233 
Park, E. A. Memorial collection of ser- 
mons. 252P235 
Parker, £. H. China and religion. 

299.5P238C 

Parker, J. Ad clerum. 251P241 

Ecce Deus. 23:tf.9p24i 

Parker, J. H. The catacombs. See 246 

Church and altar decorations. See 247 

Parker, T. Collected works. 208P243 

West Roxbury sermons. 252P243W 

Parker, W. H. Psalmody of the church. 

24SP244P 
Parkhurst, C. H. Sunny side of Christiani- 
ty. 248P245S 
Talks to young men. I74p245t 
Talks to young women. i77P245t 
Pailcman, F. Jesuits in North America. 

See 271 

Parks, L. His star in the East. 29oP252h 
Parry, F. Sacred Maya stone of Mexico. 

See 299 
Parry, O. H. Old Syrian church. See 281 
Six months in a Syrian monastery. 

See 271 



Parson, £. C. Christus liberator. 266] 
Parsons, R. Studies in church histor> 

27c 
Parton, J. Smoking and drinking. 

178I 

Pascal, B. Lettres ^crites a un provi 

F-271 . f 

Pensees. E-235 

Provincial letters. 271. 5I 

Thoughts, letters and opuscules. 

239] 

Pastor, L. History of the popes. 282I 

Pater, W. Plato and Platonism. 18. 

Patmore, C. Religio poetae. 204] 

The rod, the root and the flower. 

242! 
Paton, F. H. L. Lomai of Lenakel. 

266 

Paton, R. Scottish church ... in 

times. 283.41] 

Patten, S. N. Development of Er 

thought. Se 

Pattison, T. H. Making of the scrmc 

251P 

Paulsen, F. Immanuel Kant. 19: 

Introduction to philosophy. 10; 

System of ethics. 17J 

Faxton, J. Illustrations of Paley's Nj 
theology. 210] 

Pasmter, H. M. The holy death. 232. c 
The holy life. 232.9] 

The holy resurrection. 232.* 

The holy sorrow. 232.^ 

The holy Supper. 265.: 

Peabody, A. P. Christian consolation. 

24: 

Christianity and science. 239.^ 

Peabody, F. G. Afternoons in the cc 

chapel. 252. « 

Jesus Christ and the Christian char; 

171. 1 

Jesus Christ and the social question. 

261 

Mornings in the college chape). 

252. 5F 

Religion of an educated man. 230! 
Peabody, F. G., ed. Liquor problem. 

178 

Peabody, F. G., and others. Harvard 

pers. 252. 5I 

Pearman, A. J. Rochester. 274.2] 



AUTHOR LIST. 



187 



Pearse, M. G. Christianity of Jesus Christ; 
is it ours? 248P361C 

Pearson, J. Exposition of the creed. 

238.1P362 
Pearson, K. Ethic of freethought. 

211P362 
Grammar of science. iioP362g 

Pearson, T. Infidelity. 2iiP363i 

Pease, G. W. Outline of a Bible-school 
curriculum. 268P364 o 

Pecbuman, W. F. Alcohol. 178.1P366 

Pedagogical seminary. See 105 

Peery, R. B. Gist of Japan. 266P374 

Peet, S. D. Myths and symbols. 

299.7P375m 

Peloubet, F. N. Suggestive illustrations of 

the gospel of John. 226.5P392 

Peloubet, F. N., and Peloubet, Mrs. M. A. 

Select notes. r220,7P392 

Penington, I. Selections. 208P411S 

Penn, W. A. Soverane herbe; history of 

tobacco. 178.7P412S 

Penrose, C. W. Blood, atonement. 

298P4i7b 
"Mormon" doctrine plain and simple. 

298 P4 1 7m 

Mountain Meadows massacre. 298P4i7mo 

Penrose, J. Attempt to prove the truth of 

Christianity. 239P417 

Ptrdval, H. R. Seven ecumenical councils. 

270.2P429 
Perez, B. First three years of childhood. 

iS0P43Sf 
Perrin, J. P. History of the old Waldenses 

and Albigenses. 284.4P457h 

Pcrrin, R. S. Religion of philosophy. 

201P458 

^*rry, G. G. History of the Church of 

England. 283 . 42P463h 

History of the reformation in England. 

' 274.2P463h 

Peters, J. P. Early Hebrew story. 

22iP482e 

Old Testament and the new scholarship. 

22 1. 1 P482 

Peters, M. C. Jew as a patriot. 296P482 

Justice to the Jew. 296P482J 

Petiscus, A. H. Gods of Olympus. 

292P488g 

Dcr Olymp. G-292P4880 

^•tty, J. History of the Primitive Meth- 
odist connexion. 287.4P512 



Peyton, W. W. Three greatest forces in 
the world. 232P5i9t 

Pfleiderer, O. Development of theology. 

230.09P531 
Evolution and theology. 204P53ie 

Influence of the apostle Paul. 230P53ii 
Paulinism. 230P531P 

Philosophy and development of religion. 

201P531 

Phallic miscellanies. . 290X1 ip 

Phallic objects. 290X1 iph 

Phelps, A. Men and books. 2SiP537m 

My study. 204P537ms 

Still hour. 248P537S 

Theory of preaching. 25iP537t 

Phelps, Mrs. A. H. Hours with my pupils. 

i70.4P537h 
Phelps, E. S. Story of Jesus Christ. 

232.9P538S 

Struggle for immortality. 204P538S 

Phelps, M. H. Life and teachings of Ab- 

« 

bas EflFendi. 297P539 

Philipson, D. Old European Jewries. 

296P556 o 
Phillips, M. Teaching of the Vedas. 

294P562t 
Phillott, H. W. Hereford. 274.2P565 

Philo Judaeus. Works. 186.4P566W 

Philpot, Mrs. J. H. The sacred tree. 

29iP57i:s 
Pick, B. Extra-canonical life of Christ. 

232.9P594 
Pick, £. Memory and its doctors. 

i54P594m 
Picton, J. A. Religion of the universe. 

2ioP6iir 
Picpcnbring, C. Theology of the Old Tes- 
tament. 22I.82P6l4t 
Pierson, A. T. Crisis of missions. 

266P623C 
Forward movements of the last half cen- 
tury. 26oP623f 
Keswick movement. 269P623 
Miracles of missions. 266P623m 
Modern mission century. 266P623mo 
Seven years in Sierra Leone. 266.3P623S 
Pigott, G. Manual of Scandinavian my- 
thology. 293P632m 
Pincr, H. L. Builders of the beautiful. 

170P651 
Pitcher, P. W. Fifty years in Amoy. 

, 266.5P682f 



188 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Pitman, Mrs. £. R. Lady missionaries. 

266P684I 
Pitman, R. C. Alcohol and the state. 

178.4P686 
Plants and trees of Scripture. 220.85X42P 
Plato. Best thoughts. 184.1b 

Day in Athens with Socrates. 184. id 
Dialogues. i84.idijo 

Myths of Plato. i84.imys 

Republic; the Greek text. i84.irjoc 

Republic; tr. by H. Davis. ri84.ird 

Republic; tr. . . . by B. Jowett. 

i84.irjo 
Socrates. 184. i so 

Talks with Athenian youths. 184. it 

Talks with Socrates about life. 184. its 
Works. 184. 1 wc 

Piatt, J. Life. 170P719I 

Plummet, A. Church of the early fathers. 

270.1P734C 
Commentary on St. Luke. 226.4P734 
English chul-ch history. 283.42P734e 

General epistles of St. James and St. 
Jude. r227.9iP734 

Pastoral epistles. r227.8P734p 

Plutarch. Morals; tr. by C. W. King. 

i86.2P738mok 
Morals; tr. by several hands. 

i86.2P738mog 
Pococke, E. India in Greece. See 292 

Podmore,. F. Apparitions and thought 
transference. 134P74:. 

Modern spiritualism. i33.9P742m 

Studies in psychical research. 134P742S 
Pollard, J. Bible and its story. 220.95P773 
Pollock, Sir.F. Spinoza. 193.9XP0 

Pond, S. W., jr. Two volunteer missiona- 
ries among the Dakotas. 266. 58P797t 
Poole, G. A. Peterborough. 274.2P821P 
Poole, R. L. Wycliffe and the movements 
for reform. 270.5P822W 

Poole, S. Lane-. History of the Hugue- 
nots. 284.5P822h 
Studies in a mosque. 297P822S 
Pope, W. C. Affiliation of Swedish and 
American churchmen. 284.7P827 
Genesis of the American church. 

283 . 73P827g 

Porter, F. C. Messages of the apocalyptical 

writers. 228P844m 

Porter, N. Elements of intellectual science. 

IS0F847 



Elements of moral science. 170 

Fifteen years in the chapel of Ya 

lege. 252. 

Kant's ethics. 19 

Science and sentiment. 10 

Post, Mrs. C. C. See Wilmans, Hel 

Potwin, L. S. Here and there in the 

New Testament. 225 

Powell, H. C. Principle of the incar 

232. 

Powers, L. B. Story of the old m 

of California. 266. 

Pratt, D. M. Decade of Christian en( 

267.61 
Prel, C. du. Philosophy of mysticis 

149 

Presbyterian and reformed review. S 

Presbyterian quarterly review. S 

Presbyterian review. S 

Pressens^, E. de. Ancient world and 

tianity. 2 

Early years of Chriltianity. 270 

Jesus Christ. 232. 

Study of origins. 21 

Preycr, W, Mental development 

child. 15c 

Mind of the child. 150] 

Price, E. D. Story of religions. 20 

Price, L M. Monuments and the Ol 

tament. 220.93 

Prichard, J. C. Analysis of Egypti* 

thology. 299 

Priestley, J. History of the corrupt! 

Christianity. 23< 

Prime, S. I. Five years of prayer. 

24 
Prime, W. Fifteenth century Bibl< 

Se. 

Prince, M. Nature of mind. i 

Princeton theological review. i 

Protestant Episcopal church. Hym 

r24S 

Prothero, R. E. Psalms in human I 

223 

Proudfoot, Mrs. A. H. Mother's id 

173 

Pryse, J. M. Reincarnation in th< 

Testament. 21 

Sermon on the mount. 21 

Puddefootf W. G. Minute man on th 

tier. 26t 



AUTHOR LIST. 



189 



, A. W., comp. Glossary of ecclesias- 
:al ornament and costume. 

fr247P979g 
I. L. Christian tradition. 260P982 
ai, H. W.] Modern Christianity. 

24iP982m 
•, F. W. Primitive saints. 282P983P 
ton, D. B. Christian theism. 211P985C 
a, D. Life everlasting. 237.2P986I 
a, G. T. Testimony of Justin Martyr. 

28i.3P986t 

r, E. B. Daniel. 224.5P987d 

ritual letters. 242P987S 

eology of Germany. 230.4P987 

lam, E. T. H.] Where is the city? 

261P989W 

hon, T. R. Bishop Butler. 

239.7B985XP 
ley, D. Way to keep young. 170Q6W 
ham, R B. Acts of the apostles. 

226.6R122 
stock, P. Habit. i58Ri28h 

G. M. Syrian church in India. 

281.SR133S 
J, L. Evidences of Christianity. 

239Ri42e 
Bford, W. S. Reasonableness of faith. 

2S2Ri58r 
y, R. Ancient Catholic church. 

270.1R159 
istle to the Philippians. in r227.5F497 
, Mrs. H. Little Sisters of the Poor. 

271.95R164I 
say, A. Studies in Jeremiah. 

224. 2R 1 77s 
5ay, W. M. Church in the Roman em- 
)ire. 270.1R181 

iucation of Christ. 232.9R181 

tters to the seven churches of Asia. 

228R181I 

Paul. 225.92P323ra 

as Christ born at Bethlehem? 

226.4R181W 
id, W. W.] Dictionary of the Holy 
Bible. r220.3Ri87 

cc, L. von. History of the popjes. 

282Ri98h 
)mischen papste. G-282Ri98r 

rard, Mrs. E. H. W. Missing link. 

2o6R2i4m 
idall, H. Christus in ecclesia. 

260R224C 



[Rashdall, H., and others.] Contentio veri- 
tatis. 23oR2^4c 

Rathbone, W., and Fanshawe, E. L. Liquor 
legislation in the U. S. and Canada. 

178.4R233I 

Ratzenhofer, G. Positive ethik, G-171R238 
Raue, C. G. Psychology. 150R243 

Rawlinson, G. Ezra, and Nehemiah. 

22 1. 92 E99r 

Historical evidences of the truth of the 
Scripture records. 239R261 

Isaac and Jacob. 22i.92l73r 

Kings of Israel and Judah. 22i.92R26ik 
Moses. 22i.92M9iir 

Religions of the ancient world. 

29oR26ir 
Ray, L Mental hygiene. 131R263 

Read, C. Metaphysics of nature. 

iioR282m 
Reade, A. A. Study and stimulants. 

178R285S 
Reade, C. Bible characters. 220.92R285 
R6c6jac, EL Essay on the bases of the mys- 
tic knowledge. 149.3R296 
Redfield, J. W. Comparative physiognomy. 

138R31S 
Reed, Mrs. E. A. Primitive Buddhism. 

294R323P 

Reed, M. Spinster book. 177.6R325S 

Regeneration; reply to Max Nordau. 

See 136 

Reich, E. Failure of the "higher criti- 
cism" of the Bible. 220.iR347f 
Religious systems of the world. 209X42 
Remarkable delusions. in 133x42m 
Remy, N. Jewish woman. 296R392J 
Renan, E. Apostles. 270.iR393a 
Cohelet. 223.8R393 
Future of science. ioiR393f 
Influence of . . . Rome on Chris- 
tianity. 282R393I 
Life of Jesus. 232.9R393 
Marcus Aurelius. 270.iR393m 
Saint Paul. 225.92P323re 
Song of songs. 223.9R393S 
Studies in religious history. 204R393S 
Renouf, P. L. Religion of ancient Egypt. 

299.31R4190 

Replogle, C. Among the Indians of Alas- 
ka. 266.96R424 



190 



AUTHOR LIST. 



ReusB, E. W. E. History of the sacred 
scriptures of the New Testament. 

225R446 

RevillCy A. Lectures on . . . religions 

of Mexico and Peru. 29g.7R454 

Prolegomena of the history of religions. 

209R454P 
Resmolds, G. Story of the Book of Mor- 
mon. 298R463S 
Phees, R. Life of Jesus. 232. 9R470I 
Rliy*f J» Lectures on . . . Celtic 
heathendom. 293R482I 
Ribet, J. L'ascetique chretienne. 

F-248R485 

Ribot, T. Diseases of memory. 132.8R486 

Diseases of personality. i32R486d 

Diseases of the will. 159R486 

English psychology. 150R486 

Evolution of the understanding. 153R486 

German psychology of to-day. i5oR486g 

Heredity. 136.3R486 

Psychology of attention. 157R486 

Psychology of the emotions. 157R486P 

Rice, W. N. Christian faith in an age ol 

science. 239.8R497 

Richards, G. Divine origin of prophecy. 

220.1R515 
Richardson, B. W. Ten lectures on alco- 
hol. i78.iR52it 
Richter, J. P., and Taylor, A. C. Golden 
age of classic Christian art. 

fr247.4R534g 
Rickaby, John« First principles of knowl- 
edge. i6oRS37f 
Rickaby, Joseph. Moral philosophy. 

i7iR538m 

Notes on St. Paul. 227R538n 

Oxford and Cambridge conferences. 

252R538.0 
Riddle, J. E. Natural history of infidelity 
and superstition. 239R543 

Rider, G. T., [comp.] Lyra Americana. 

245.1R543I 

Lyra Anglicana. 245.2R543I 

Ridgely, H. W. Old brick churches of 

Maryland. 277. 52R54S 

Rigg, J. M. St. Anselm of Canterbury. 

See 270 
Riggs, Mrs. K. D. W. See Wiggin, Mrs. K. 

D. 
Riggs, S. R. Tah-koo Wah-kan. 

266.58R569t 



Riley, A. Athos. 271R575 

Ritchie, D. G. Plato. i84.7xri 

Studies in political and social ethics. 

172R599& 
Ritter, H. History of ancient philosophy. 

i8oR6i^ 
Robbins, W. L. Essay toward faith. 

234.2\V637^ 
Robertson, A. Regnum Dei. . 230R649T- 
Robertson, F. W. Sermons on Corinthi- 
ans. 227.2R6SX 
Sermons preached at Brighton. 252R6SX 
Sermons preached at Trinity chapel, 
Brighton. 252R651S 
Robertson, G. C. Hobbes. i92.9H6823cr 
Robertson, J. Early religion of Israel. 

296R651 
Robertson, J. M. Short story of free 
thought. 211R6515 

Robinson, C. Ministry of deaconesses. 

271.99R6580] 
Robinson, C. H. Human nature a revela- 
tion of the divine. 23oR658b 
Robinson, C. S. Gospel in Isaiah. 

224.iR658g 
Pharaohs of the bondage and the exodus. 

222.12R658P 
Robinson, £. Harmony of the four gos- 
pels. 226.1R661 
Robinson, E. G. Lectures on preaching. 

251R661 

Principles and practice of morality. 

170.2R661 

Robinson, H., ed. Original letters . . 

English reformation. 274.2R6620 

Robinson, J. Works. 208R662W 

Robinson, J. A. Study of the gospels. 

226R662S 

Robinson, R. History of baptism. . 

265.1R664 

Robinson, W. E. Spirit slate writing. 

133.9R666S 

Rockhill, W., tr. Life of the Buddha. 

294R683I 

Rodkinson, M. L. History of the TalmuA 

r296Ti52ro 
Roeder, A. Symbol psychology. 291R712S 
Rogers, A. K. Brief introduction to mod- 
ern philosophy. 102R724 
Rogers, C. F. Charitable relief. 258R724C 
[Rogers, H.] Eclipse of faith. 239R722* 
Reason and faith. 204R72^^ 



AUTHOR LIST. 



191 



Rogerson, R. What the eye can see in hu- 
man and animal character. 138R732 
Romanes, G. T. Mental evolution in man. 

i5oR758m 

Mind and motion. 147R758 

Thoughts on religion. 2i5R758t 

RomanofiF, H. C. Rites and customs of the 

Greco- Russian church. 281.9R759 

Rooper, T. G. Apperception. i5oR778a 

Rosadi, G. Trial of Jesus. 232.9R788t 

Rosenau, W. Hebraisms in the authorizea 

version of the Bible. 22oR8i6h 

Jewish ceremonial institutions and ciSa- 

toms. 296R816J 

Rosmini-Serbati, A. Psychology. 150R82Z 

Rouse, W. H. D. Greek votive offerings. 

292R863g 
Row, C. A. Christian evidences. 239R876 
Rowntree, B. S., ed. Betting and gambling. 

i74.6R883b 
Rowntree, J^ and Sherwell, A. British 
'Gothenburg* experiments. 178.4R884 
Public control of the liquor traffic. 

178.4R884P 
Temperance problem. ri78.4R884t 

Royce, J. Conception of immortality. 

218R888 
Herbert Spencer. i92.8xro 

Outlines of psychology. 150R8880 

Religious aspect of philosophy. 20iR888r 
Spirit of modern philosophy. 190R888S 
Studies of good and evil. 104R888S 

World and the individual. iiiR888w 

^oycc, J., and others. Conception of God. 

231R888 

Kucmclin, G. Politics and the moral law. 

172R821P 
'^ole, W. H. History of the inquisition. 

272R935h 
^ttakin, J. Letters to the clergy. 251R956I 
Queen of the air. 292R956q 

^sscll, C, and Lewis, H. S. Jew in Lon- 
don. 296R961J 
^ttasell, G. W. E. Household of faith. 

204R963h 
^^ssell, J., earl. Essays on the history of 
the Christian religion. 270R963 

Russell. N. Village work in India. 

266R965V 
Kusso-Jewish committee of London. Per- 
secution of the Jews in Russia. 

296R969P 



Ryan, S. V. Claims of a Protestant Epis- 
copal bishop. 262.11R989 
Rydberg, V. Fadernas gudasaga. 

Sw-293R992f 
Magic of the middle ages, i33R992m 
Teutonic mythology. 293R992t 

Till laran om de yttersta tingen. 

Sw-236R99a 
Undersokningar i Germanisk mythologi 

SW-293R992U 
Ryder, A, H. Hold up your heads, girls! 

i77R993h 
Ryle, U. E. Canon of the Old Testament 

221.1R994 
S., F. T., pseud. Can matter think? 

212S111 
Sabatier, A. Apostle Paul. 22781133 

Outlines of a philosophy of religion. 

201 Si 13 

Religions of authority and the religion of 

the spirit. 23oSii3r 

Sacred books of the east . selec- 

tions. r29oSi22 

Sacrum commercium beati Francisci com 

Domina Paupertate. Lady Poverty. 

24481^0 
Sadler, L. R, See Larwood, Jacob. 
Sadler, R. Vox clamantis. 2328126^ 

Sage, X, L. Mrs. Piper and the Society 
for psychical research. 1348129m 

Saint-Germain, C, comte de, pseud. Prac- 
tical palmistry. ' 133.68139P 
Study of palmistry. 133.68139s 
St. Hill, K. Grammar of palmistry. 

133.6814x8 
Hands of celebrities. I33.68i4ih 

St. Paul, Diocese of. Golden jubilee. 

282.776Si48d 
Salas y Gilavert, A. de. Influence of Cath- 
olicism on science and arts. 282S161 
Salmon, G. Infallibility of the church. 

2828172 

Salmond, S. D. F, Christian doctrine of 
immortality. 237 . 2S173C 

Salt, H. S. Animals' rights. 179.38176 

Salter, W. M. Ethical religion- 1708177c 
Saltus, E. Anatomy of negation. 

149.68181 
Philosophy of disenchantment. 

149.68181P 
Salverte, E. Philosophy of magic- 

133S183 



192 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Sanborn, K. Tact, and other essays. 

i77Si98t 

Sanday, W. Criticism of the fourth gos- 
pel. 226.SS213C 
Inspiration. 220.iS2i3i 
Outlines of the life of Christ. 232.9S2130 
Sanday, W., and Headlam, A. C. Commen- 
tary on Romans. 227.1S213 
Sanday, W., and others. Criticism and the 
New Testament. 225.6S213C 
Sanders, F. K., and Kent, C. F. Messages 
of the earlier prophets. 224S2i5m 
Messages of the later prophets. 

224M2i5ml 

Sandford, J. Mission and extension of the 

church at home. 283.42S217 

Sanford, E. C. Course in experimental 

psychology. 150S223 

Sanger, W. W. History of prostitution. 

ri76.5S225h 
Sangster, Mrs. M. E. M. Joyful life. 

170.4S226J 

Winsome womanhood. See 170 

With my neighbors. 170.4S226W 

Santajrana, G. Life of reason. See 109 

[Sargent, E.] Planchette. 133.9S244 

Savage, M. J. Belief in God. 2iiS264b 

Beliefs about Jesus. 232S264b 

Can telepathy explain? 134S264 

Christianity the science of manhood. 

230S264C 

Irrepressible conflict between tvvo world- 
theories. 2i3S264i 
Jesus and modern life. 232S264J 
Life beyond death. 218S264I 
Life's dark problems. 210S264I 
Man, woman and child. i73S264m 
Men and women. i73S264me 
Our Unitarian gospel. 288S2640 
Out of Nazareth. 232S2640 
Passing and permanent in religion. 

201S264P 
Psychics. 134S264P 

Religion for to-day. 252S264r 

Religion of evolution. 2i3S264r 

Religious life. 248S264r 

Savonarola, G. M. F. M. Exposition of the 

Psalm Miserere mei Deus. 223.4S268 

Triumph of the cross. 239S268 

Sayce, A. H. Fresh light from the ancient 
monuments. 220.93S274f 



"Higher criticism" and the verdict of 
the monuments. 220.93S274h 

Lectures on . . . the religion of the 
ancient Babylonians. 299.219S274 

Life and times of Isaiah. 224.1S274 

Monumental facts and higher critical fan- 
cies. 220.93S274m 
Races of the Old Testament . See 221.8 
Religions of ancient Egypt and Baby- 
lonia. 299.31S274 
Schaefifer, N. C. Thinking and learning to 
think., 15382941 
Schafif, P. Christ and Christianity. 

230S29SC 

Creed revision in the Presbyterian 

churches. 238.58295 

Creeds of Christendom. 2388295 

Germany; its universities, theology and 

religion. 274.3S295g 

History of the Christian church. 27oS295h 

Theological propaedeutic. 23082951 

Schaff, P., comp. Christ in song. 245S295C 

Schafif, P., ed. Oldest church manual. 

281.3S2950 
Religious encyclopaedia. qr203S295r 

Select library of the Nicene and post- 
Nicene fathers. 281.1S295S ] 

Schafif, P., and Grilman, A., ed. Library of 
religious poetry. r245S295l 

Schafif, P., and Wace, H., ed. Select li- 
brary of Nicene and post-Nicene fath- 
ers. 2nd series. 28i.iS295se 
SchaufiBer, A. F. Pastoral leadership of 
Sunday school forces. 268S312P 
The teacher, the child and the book. 

268S3i2t 

Ways of working. 268S312W 

Schechter, S. Studies in Judaism. 2968314^ 
Schiller, F. C. S. Humanism. 1048335^ 
Schimmelpenmnck, M. A. Select memoirs 
of Port Royal. 273.7S336S 

Schindler, S. Dissolving views in the hfs- 
tory of Judaism. 296S374<1 

Messianic expectations and modern Ju- 
daism. 2968337ni 
Schlegcl, K. W. F. von. Philosophy of life 

193.9S339P 
Schleiermacher, F. On religion. 2048341*^ 
Schofield, A. Springs of character. 170S367 
Schofield, A. T. Unconscious mind. 

i5oS368tt 
Schools of ancient philosophy. 180X4^ 



AUTHOR LIST. 



193 



ler, A. Counsels and maxims. 

193.7c 

in nature. 193 . 7on 

ourfold root of the principle of 
It reason. i93.7ont 

193 • 7r 
ti pessimism. 193. 7st 

3f life. 193. 7w 

of life, and other essays. 

ri93-7wi 

; will and idea. 193. 7wo 

S. Cuneiform inscriptions and 
[ Testament. 220.93S377C 

E. Reformed Judaism and its 
5. 296S378r 

Old Testament theology. 

221.82S3870 
of Christian apologetics. 

239S387 o 
f. G. Agnosticism and religion. 

2iiS394a 
aod. 2iiS394b 

mport of Darwinism. 171S394 

Priest in the pulpit. 251S385P 
A. Handbook of the history 
Dsophy. 109S412 

E. de. History of . . . the 
fratrum. 284.6S4i3h 

H. Origin and development of 
:ene theology. 230S425 o 

V. Letters on demonology and 

ift. 133.4S431 

S. W. New psychology. 

i5oS433n 

feeling, doing. i5oS433t 

^ H. A. Criticism of the New 

int. 225.68433 

:s. F. A. R. Nineteen centuries 
ions. 266S436n 

Spiritual combat. 242S437 

rank, pseud. Literature and 
es of dreams. 135S438 

[. Athanasia. 237.2S439 

Dspel. . 226.5S439 

Nonsuch professor. 252S445n 
. Era of the Protestant revo- 

See 270 
formers. See 274 

'. R. Ecce Homo. 232.9S451 
[. Duty. 170S453 

Mythologie der Griechen und 

G-292S454m 



Seibel, G. Mormon problem. 298S457m 
Seiss, J. A. Voices from Babylon. 

224.5S462V 
Sell, K. Church in the mirror of history. 

270S466 
Sdleck, W. C. Spiritual outlook. 

270.8S467 

Sen, Mohit Chandra. Elements of moral 

philosophy. i7oS474e 

Seneca, L. A. Morals. i88.6mol 

On benefits. 188. 6on 

Tranquility of mind. 188. 6tr 

Senses and the mind. 152X423 

Service in the King's guards. 266.58X43S 

Seth, A., and Haldane, R. B., ed. Essays 

in philosophical criticism. 104S494 

Seth, J. Study of ethical principles. 

171S495S 
Seward, T. F, Spiritual knowing. 

248SS149P 
Sewell, W. History of the . . . Quak- 
ers. 289.6SS17 
Seybert commission for investigating mod- 
em ^iritualism. Preliminary report. 

1 33. 9S519P 
Seymour, M. H. Evenings with the Ro- 
manists. 282S52ie 
Seymour, W. W. The cross; its tradition, 
history and art. q247.9S522c 
Shadwell, A. Drink, temperance and leg- 
islation. i78S524d 
Shaftesbury, E. Cultivation of personal 
magnetism. 134S525 
Personal magnetism club of America. 

134S525P 

Shahan, T. J. Catholicism in the middle 

ages. 282S526C 

Century of Catholicism. 282S526ce 

Leo XIII and the Hague conference. 

282S526I 
Outline of church history. 282S5260 
Study of church history. 282S526st 

Shairp J. C. Culture and religion. 

204S526C 
Shaler, N. S. The citizen. 172.1S528 

The individual. 218S528 

Interpretation of nature. 2i5S528i 

The neighbor. i7iS528n 

Sharp, F. C. Aesthetic element in moral- 
ity. 171S531 
Shaw, A. Business career in its public re- 
lations. i74S534b 



194 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Shaw, R. D. Pauline epistles. 227S536 

Shea, J. G. Catholic missions among the 

Indian tribes of the U. S. 266.2S539h 

Shedd, W. G. T. Calvinism. 238.5S541C 

Doctrine of endless punishment. 

237.7S541 
History of Christian doctrine. 230.09S541 
Sheldon, H. C. History of Christian doc- 
trine. 230.09S544 
Sheldon, W. L. Ethical movement. 

170.4S544 
Shepherd, R. Ground, and credibility of 
the Christian religion. 239S548 

Shields, C. W. Order of the sciences. 

112S555 

Philosophia ultima. 112S55SP 

Religion and science. 2isS555r 

Shields, C. W., and others. Church unity. 

2808555 
Shiells, R. Story of the token. 265.385551 
Shinn, G. W. King's handbook of Epis- 
copal churches in the U. S. 283.73S556k 
Shinn, M. W. Biography of a baby. 

' 150S556 
Notes on the development of a child. 

i5oS556n 
Shirley, W. A. Supremacy of Holy Scrip- 
ture. 220.1S558 
Shoberl, F. Persecutions of popery. 

272S558P 
Short, A. Witness of the Spirit. 230S559 
Shoup, F. A. Mechanism and personality. 

102S561 

Shutter, M. D. Child of nature. 252S564C 

Wit and humor of the Bible. 220.88S564W 

Sibly, E. Occult sciences. ri33.58565n 

Sidgwick, A. Distinction and the criticism 

of beliefs. 160S567 

Fallacies. 165S567 

Sidgwick, H. Ethics of Green, Spencer, 

and Martineau. 171S568 

Lectures on the philosophy of Kant. 

104S568I 
Methods of ethics. i7iS568m 

Outlines of the history of ethics. 

170.9S5680 

Sidis, B. Psychology of suggestion. 

134S569P 
Sidis, B., and Goodhart, S. P. Multiple 

personality. i26S569m 

Sienkiewicz, H. Judgment of Peter and 

Paul on Olympus. 244S572J 



Simmons, H. M. New tables of stone. 

204Ss^2n 
Unending genesis. 2I3S5Q2u 

Simms, J. Nature's revelations of charac- 
ter. 138S59J 
Simpson, M. Sermons. 25286125 
Simpson, P. C. Fact of Christ. 232S613 
Singer, I., ed. Jewish encyclopaedia. 

r296S6i6j 

Russia at the bar of the American peo- 
ple. 296S6i6r 
Sinnett, A. P. Esoteric Buddhism. 2i2S6i8e 

Growth of the soul. 2i2S6i8g 

Nature's mysteries. 134861811 

Occult world. 212S618 

Rationale of mesmerism. 1348618: 

Sinnett, Mrs. P. E., and Elliot, W. S. Lunar 
pitris. 212S619I 

Sizer, N. Choice of pursuits. 137S625 

Sizer, N., and Drayton, H. S. Heads and 
faces; 139S625 

Skagen, E. M. Church of the reconstruc- 
tion. 280S625C 
Skeat, H. S. Free churches of England. 

274.2S625h 

Sketches of the Waldenses. 284. 4X4^^ 

Skewes, J. H. Sir John Franklin . . 

a "revelation." I34S6^7 

Skinner, J. Book of Ezekiel. r224.4S629 
Slater, T. E. Higher Hinduism. 2945631^ 
Slicer, T. R. One world at a time. 

230S633 

Sloane, W. M. French revolution and re- 
ligious reform. 274.48653^ 
Sluter, G., ed. Acta Pilati. 229S634 
Smet, P. J. de. Western missions and mis- 
sionaries. 266.2S639* 
Smiles, S. Duty. i7oS6ao^ 
Huguenots. 284.5S64oho 
Huguenots in France after the revoca- 
tion of the edict of Nantes. 284.58640^ 
Life and labor. 170S640J 
Self-help. 170S6405 
Thrift. i7oS^ 
Smith, A. Theory of moral sentiments. 

171S641 

Smith, A. H. Rex ChrisMis. 266S64if 

Smith, G. A. Book of Isaiah. r224.iS648 

Book of the twelve prophets. r224S64^ 

Modern criticism and the preaching ot 

the Old Testament. 221 . 1S648 



AUTHOR LIST. 



195 



Smith* Garnet, ed. Melancholy of Stephen 
Allard. 132.3S648 

Smith, George. Chaldean account of Gen- 
esis, 220.93S647C 
Conversion of India. 266S647C 
Gentile nations. 29oS647g 
Hebrew people. fi96S647 
Patriarchal age. 221.95S647P 
Short history of Christian missions. 

266S647S 
Smith, Goldwin. Founder of Christendom. 

232.9S648 

Guesses at the riddle of existence, and 
other essays. 204S648g 

Smith, H. J. Illustrated symbols and em- 
blems. qr246S648 
Smith, H. P. Bible and Islam. 297S649b 
Commentary on the- books of Samuel. 

222.4S649 

Old Testament history. 221.958649 

Smith, Mrs. H. W. Christian's secret of a 

happy life. 248S650C 

Smith, I. G. Characteristics of Christian 

morality. 171.1S649 

Christian monasticism. 271S649 

Smith, I. G., and Onslow, P. Worcester. 

274.2S649W 
Smith, J. Book of Mormon. 298S653b 

Doctrine ... of Church of latter 
day saints. 298S653d 

Doctrine ... of Church of latter- 
day saints . . . by O. Pratt. 

298S653dp 
Smith, Nicholas. Hymns historically fa- 
mous. 245S6ssh 
Smith, Norman. Studies in the Cartesian 
philosophy. 194. ixs 
Smith, O. J. Balance, the fundamental 
verity. 2isS656b 
Eternalism. 218S656 
Smith, R B. Mohammed and Mohammed- 
anism. 297S657m 
Smith, R. P. Prophecy a preparation for 
Christ. 221.1S657 
Smith, S. Miscellaneous sermons. 

252S66im 
Smith, T* Account of the Greek church. 

281.9S662 
Smith, U. Thoughts ... on the book 
of Daniel. 224.5S662 

Thoughts ... on the book of Reve- 
lation. 228S662 



Smith, W. R. Lectures on the religion of 
the Semites. 299.28665! 

Old Testament in the Jewish church. 

221.1S665 

Prophets of Israel. 224S665 

Smith, W. W. Sunday school teaching. 

268S663S 

Smith, Walter. Methods of knowledge. 

121S663 

Smith, Sir William, ed. Dictionary of the 

Bible. r220.3S663d 

Dictionary of the Bible; rev. and ed. by 

H. B. Hackett. r22o.3S663dh 

New Testament history. 225.95S663 

Old Testament history. 221.95S663 

Smith, Sir William, and Cheetham, S., ed. 

Dictionary of Christian antiquities. 

r203S663 

Smjrth, J. P. How we got our Bible. 

220.52S668 
Old documents and the new Bible. 

220.6S6680 

Smyth, N. Christian ethics. i7i,iS668c 

Personal creeds. 240S668P 

Through science to faith. 2i5S668t 

Snell, F. J. Wesley and Methodism. 

See 287 
Snider, D. J. Ancient European philoso- 
phy. 182S672 
Will and its world. 159S672W 
Soames, H. Inquiry into the doctrines of 
the Anglo-Saxon church. 230.3S676i 
Society for psychical research. Proceed- 
ings. 134S678P 
Socrates Scholasticus. Ecclesiastical his- 
tory. 270.2S679 
Soden, H. von. History of early Christian 
literature. 225 . 88S68oh 
Soltau, W. Birth of Jesus Christ. 232S691 
Sorley, W. R. On the ethics of naturalism. 

171S714 

South, R. Sermons. 252S726S 

Southesk, J. Carnegie, 6th earl of. Origins 

of Pictish symbolism. r246.2S725 

Sozomenus, Hermias. Ecclesiastical his- 

. tory. 270.2S731 

Spalding, J. F. Church and its apostolic 

ministry. 262.11S733C 

Spalding, J. L. Education and the higher 

life. See 170.4 

Glimpses of truth. 170.4S734 



196 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Spalding, J. L. 

Religion, agnosticism and education. 

204S734r 
Thoughts and theories of life and educa- 
tion. See 170.4 
Spalding, M. J. History of the Protestant 
reformation. 270.6S735 
Miscellanea. 2048735^ 
Speech of man and Holy Writ. 239.8X43S 
Speer, R. £. Christ and life. 248C742C 
Missionary principles and practice. 

266S742m 
Missions and modern history. 266S742mm 
Missions and politics in Asia. 266S742mp 
Presbyterian foreign missions. 

266.5S742P 
Principles of Jesus applied to some ques- 
tions of to-day. 232S742P 
Studies of the man Christ Jesus. 

232.9S742 
Spence, H. D. M. Cloister life in the days 
of Coeur dc Lion. q27iS744c 

Early Christianity and paganism. 

270.1S744 
Spencer, H. Data of ethics. 171S745 

First principles of a new system of phil- 
osophy. 113S745 
Inductions of ethics, Ethics of individual 
life. i7iS745i 
Justice. 171S745J 
Negative beneficence and positive benefi- 
cence. i7iS745n 
Principles of ethics. ri7iS745l» 
Principles of psychology. 1508745 
Spiller, G. Mind of man. t^oO/so 
Spinoza, B. de. Chief works. i93.9S758ch 
Improvement of the understanding, 
Ethics, and Correspondence. 

ri93.9S758i 

Spirago, F. Catechism explained. 

238.2S759C 

Method of Christian doctrine. 230.2S759 
Spiritual magazine. See 205 

Spooner, E. Parson and people. 250S764P 
Spooner, W. A. Bishop Butler. 

192.9B985XSP 

Spring, G. Bible not of man. 220.18769 
Spry, J. H. Christian unity. 280S771 

Spurgeon, C. H. Lectures to my students. 

250S772I 
Messages to the multitude. 252S772m 
Saint and his Saviour. 248S772S 



Sermons. See 252 

Squier, E. G. Serpent symbol. r299.7S773s 
Squire, C. Mythology of the British isl- 
ands,. 293S774ni 
Stalker, J. Christology of Jesus. 232S782C 
Imago Christi. . 232.987821 
Life of Jesus Christ. 232.9S782I 
Life of St. Paul. 22S.92P323st 
Preacher and his models. 251S782P 
Trial and death of Jesus Christ. 

232.9S782t 
Two St. Johns of the New Testament. 

22S.92j65St 

Stall, S. What a man of forty-five ought 
to know. 1768782m 

What a young boy ought to know. 

i76S782yb 

What a young husband ought to know. 

i76S782yh 

What a young man ought to know. 

i76S782ym 
Stallo, J. B. Concepts and theories of mod- 
ern physics. See no 
Stanhope, W. Monastic London. 27 iS786ni_ 
Stanley, A. P. Christian institutions. 

260878;^ 
Historical memorials of Canterbury. 

See 28:p 
Historical memorials of Westminster ab — 
bey. See 28^ 

Lectures on Church of Scotland. 

285 . 2S787L 
Lectures on Eastern church. 281.9S787L 
Lectures on Jewish church. 296S787L 

Serniv.„g ^ 252S787» 

Thoughts ti.^, breathe. 2o8S787t^ 

Stanley, H. M. S.^^^j^g jj^ ^^e evolutionar}^- 
psychology of fectj^g. 1578788?^ 

Stanton. M. O. System, ^j practical ancL 
scientific physiognom., 1388792^ 

Stanton, V. H. Gospels as historical doc^ 

u"^«"^s- 2268792^- 

Stapfer, E. Death and resu.^^^^j^^ ^^ 

Jesus Christ. . 232.98794- 

Jesus Christ before his minist... 

^^?. 987941 
Jesus Christ during his ministry. 

Palestine in the time of Christ. 

220.93S7.,4P 

Stapleton, A. Memorials of the Huguenou 

in America. 284.58794"! 



AUTHOR LIST. 



197 



E. D. Psychology of religion. 

201S795 
lArs. H. E. Letters to a daughter. 

177S797I 
to a little girl. See 170 -4 

to elder daughters. 173S797I 

T. Pope and the new era. 

282S798P 
, T., [comp.] Hymns that have 

1. - 245879811 

. T., and Morgan, G. C. Welsh 
.1. ^ 269S798W 

If. F. Evidence of Christian ex- 

ice. 239S799C 

. M. Monasteries ... of 
Britain and Ireland. 271S814 

, G. Religion of the ancient 
tians. 299.3iS82ir 

, A. Gaming table. i74.6S823g 
of the Jesuits. 271.5S823 

C, K Service of the poor. 

27 I. 9S828S 
Sir L. Agnostic's apology. 

204S828 
utilitarians. 192S828 

on frecthinking and plainspeak- 

2iiS828e 

of English thought in the 

enth century. i92S828h 

See 192 
of ethics. 171S828S 

ights and duties. 170.4S828S 

T., ed. Child and religion. 

204S834C 
W. R. W. Christianity and Is- 

239.9S835C 

church. 274.2S835e 

and and his times. 270.4S83Sh 

>axon diocese. 274.2S835S 

I. Gods of our fathers. 

293S839g 
. D. Power of thought. 150S839 
f. M. Freedom of authority. 

23oS840f 
in Hegel's Philosophy of religion. 

201H462XS 
drs. C. P. See Gilman, Mrs. C. 

H. Greek and Roman mythology. 

292S842g 

i. History of . . . Method- 

287S843h 



Stevens, G. B. Christian doctrine of sal- 
vation. 234S844C 
Johannine theology. 226.58844] 
Messages of the apostles. 227S844m 
Messages of Paul. 227S844mp 
Pauline theology. 227S844P 
Teaching of Jesus. 232S844t 
Theology of the New Testament. 

225 . 8288441 

Stevens, W. A., and Burton, E. D. Har- 
mony of the gospels. 226.1S846 
Stevenson, K I. Square of sevens. 

1338847s 

Stevenson, R. L. Prayers written .at Vaili- 
ma. 249S848P 

Stevenson, W. Legends ... of St. 
Kentigern. 244S848I 

Stewart, B., and Tait, P. G. Unseen uni- 
verse. 218885 lU 
Stewart, D. Collected works. 192. 6ch 
Stifler, J. M. Introduction to the study of 
the Acts. 226.68855 
Staes, W. C. Out of Kishineff. 2968856 
Stirling, J. H. Secret of Hegel. I93:5xst 
Stobart, J. W. H. Islam and its founder. 

2978863i 

Stock!, A. Grundziige der philosophie. 

G-102S865 

Stockwell, C. T. New modes of thought. 

I478866n 

Stoddard, C. W. Troubled heart. 2488867 
Stokes, G. T. Acts of the apostles. 

r226.6S875 

Ireland and the Anglo-Norman church. 

274.i58875i 
Stokes, M. Early Christian art in Ireland. 

24688756 
Stokes, W. Memory. i54S875m 

Stone, C. J. Christianity before Christ. 

2948877 
Stone, G. M. Public uses of the Bible. 

264.38878 

Stone, J. M. Faithful unto death. 272SS7S 

Storrs, R. S. Conditions of success in 

preaching without notes. 2518886c 

Divine order of Christianity. 2398886d 

Stout, G. F. Analytic psychology. 1508889 

Stowe, C. E. Origin and history of . . . 

New Testament. 2258891 

Stowe, Mrs. H. E. B. Little foxes. 

173S892I 



198 



AUTHOR LIST. 



Stowe, Mrs. H. E. B. ^ 

Religious studies, sketches and poems. 

204S892r 
StowcU, W. H., and WOson, D. History 
of the Puritans and Pilgrim fathers. 

274.2S893 
Strachan, J. Hebrew ideals. 222.1S894 
Stratton, G. M. Experimental psychology. 

150S911 
Straub, J. Consolations of science. 

218S911 

Strauss, D, F. Das leben Jesu. 

G-232.9S912 

New life of Jesus. 232.9S9i2n 

Old faith and the new. 211S912 o 

Strong, C. A. Why the mind has a body. 

120S923W 

Strong, James. Exhaustive concordance of 
the Bible. r220.2S923e 

Strong, Josiah. New era. 26iS923m 

Next great awakening. 230S923 

Religious movements for social better- 
ment. 26iS923r 
Times and young men. i74S923t 
Strong, S. Talks to boys and girls. 

i70.4S923t 
Strong, T. B. Christian ethics. 171.1S924 
Platonism. 184 . ixstr 

Strype, J. Ecclesiastical memorials. 

274.289286 

Stubbs, C. W., ed. Verba Christi. 232S933 

Stubbs, W. Visitation charges. 252.1S933V 

Stuckenberg, J. H. W. Introduction to the 

study of philosophy. i02S934i 

Sully, J. Essay on laughter. i57S953e 

Human mind. i5oS953h 

Illusions. 133.2S953 

Outlines of psychology. 150S9530 

Pessimism. 149-68953 

Studies of childhood. i5o8953st 

Teacher's handbook of psychology. 

15089531 
Sunday-school and church entertainments. 

261X435 

Sunderland, J. T. The Bible. 220.18958 

8park in the clod. 2138958 

What is the Bible? 220.18958W 

Sutherland, A. Methodism in Canada. 

287S966 

Origin and growth of the moral instinct. 

171S966 



Swedenborg, E. Account of the last judg- 
ment. 289.4S973 
Angelic wisdom concerning the divine 
love and the divine wisdom. 

289.4S973an 
Angelic wisdom concerning the divine 
providence. 289.4S973ang 

Apocalypse revealed. 289.4S973apo 

Apocalypsis explicata. 289.4S973apoe 

Apocalypsis revelata. 289.4S973apor 

Arcana caelestia. 289.4S973a