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ABADDOX: a poem. Fairfield, S. L....

349.2 ABBEOKUTA: the Yoruba mission. Tucker, Miss. 699.14 ABBOT, A. Letters in Cuba. Boston, 1829. 8° 035.1 ABBOT, The: a novel. Scott, Sir W.

460.05-59 ABBOTSFORD. See Irving, W. ABBOTT, J. The corner stone. Boston, 1835. 12° 1087.16 (Franconia stories.] New York, n.d. 10v. 16° 738.4

Contents. - Vol. I. Mulleville. II. Wallace. III.
Mary Erskine. IV. Mary Bell. v. Beechnut. VI.
Rodolphus. VII. Ellen Linn. VIII. Stuyvesant.

ix. Caroline. X. Agnes.
General course of history to [1789.] New
York, 1856. 8°

948.1 Harper's story books. N. Y., n.d. 27v. in 9. 16° 739.1

Contents. – Vol. I. Bruno; Willie and the Mortgage; The strait gate. II. Virginia ; Timboo and Jotiba; Timboo and Fanny. III. The little Louvre; Prank; Enuna. IV. Harper establishment; Franklin; The studio, V. Ancient history ; English history ; American history. VI. John True; Elfred; The museum. VII. The engineer; Rambles among the Alps; Three gold dollars. VIII. The Gibraltar gallery ; 'The alcove ; Dialogues. IX. The great clm ; Aunt Marga.

ret ; Vernon.
Harper establishment. N. Y., n.d. 10°. . 739.2
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Alfred of England. N. Y., 1849. 10° 559.1-5
Charles I. of England. N. Y., n.c. 16° . 559.18-21
Charles II. of England. N. Y., 1852. 16° .559. 22-24
Cleopatra. New York, n.d. 16°

Cyrus the Great. New York, 1852. 16° . 519.11-13
Darius the Great. New York, n.d. 16° . 519.15–16
Q. Elizabeth. New York, 1854.

509.1-6 Hannibal. New York, n.d.

519.14 Julius Cæsar. New York, 1852. 16° . . 519.17-18 Mary Q. of Scots. New York, 1854. 16o. 539.7-12 Nero. New York, 1853. 16°

549.19 Pyrrhus. New York, 1854. 16o. . 519.20-24 Richard I. of England. N. Y., 1857. 16o. 559.8-12 Richard II. of England. N. Y., 1858. 16°, 579.8-12 Richard III. of England. N. Y., 188. 16° .579.13–17 Romulus. New York, 1852. 16°

519.27-28 William the Cong. N. Y., n.d. 16° 559.6-7

Xerxes the Great. N. Y., 1852. 16° . 519.25-26 Rollo on the Atlantic. Boston, n.d. 16° 059.1-4 in London. Boston, 1858. 10°

059.5-7 in Paris. Boston, 1851.

659.8 in Switzerland. Boston, 1854. 16'. 659.9-11 in Geneva. Boston, 1857. 16°

659.12-16 in Holland. Boston, 1857. 16o.

059.17-21 on the Rhine. Boston, 1857. 10°

659.22-24 Springfield Armory. n.p., n.d. 10°

738.5-7 Summer in Scotland. New York, 1818. 12° 647.18-21 Way to do good. New York, (1852.) 12 . . 1087.6

Young Christian. New York, (1851.) 12° 1087.7 ABBOTT, J. S. C. Child at home. N. Y., n.d. 16° 1109.14 History of Henry IV. of lr. N. Y., 1856. 16° 539.13-17

Hernando Cortez. N. Y., 1855. 16° 5.9.1-5
Josephine. New York, 1851. 16o. .559.17-22
King Philip. New York, 1857. 16°

579.7 Maria Antoinette. New York, 1851. 16° . 569. 13-10

Mme. Roland. New York, 1853. 16°. . 569.23-27 Mother at home. New York, n.d. 16°

119.12 Napoleon at St. Helena. New York, 1855. 80 602.24

Napoleon Bonaparte. N. Y., 1855-6. 2v. 8. 601.1-8 ABDUL MEDJID. See Gilson, A. Czar and sultan. 918.16 ABDY, E. S. Journal in the United States, 1833-4. London, 1835. 3v. 8°


ABEL, F. A. and Bloxham, C. L. Handbook of

chemistry. Pref. by Dr. Hofmann. Philad.,
1854. 8°

156.3 ABELL, L. G. The skillful housewife's book. N. York, 1855. 12°

188.29 ABERCROMBIE, J. Intellectual powers, rev. ed.

with add. by J. Abbott. N. Y., 1853. 12. 124.20-21 Intellectual powers. New York, n.d. 18o. 810.46

The moral feelings. New York, 1848. 18o.. 810.57 ABERNETHY, J. Memoirs of. Macilwain, G.. 588.8 ABIPONEs of Paraguay, Acc't of. Dobrizhoffer, M. 206.2 ABOLITION. See Slavery. ABORIGINES of Am., Manners of. Nuttall, T.. 624.8 of the U.S., Acc't of. Sanford, E.

305.1 of N. Eng., Hist. of. Thacher, J..

227.11 ABORTIOX, Causes and treatm't of. Whitehead,J. 153 3 ABOUT, E. Germaine. Paris, 1857.

12. ....

1078.15 Grèce contemporaine. 2d ed. Paris, 1855. 12° 1078.54 Greece and the Greeks, transl. N. Y., 1857. 124 918.15

Tolla : a tale of mod. Rome. Boston, 1856. 10° 478.13 ABRADATES and Panthea: a poem. Atherstone,

. 319.9-10 ABRANTES, Duchesse d'. See Junot, Mme. L. P. ABUSE, School of. Gosson, S. .

342.2 ABYSSINIA. Gobat, S. Three years in

097.7 Johnston, C. Travels in Southern

697.1 Parkyns, M. Life in

697.5-6 Russell, M. History, etc., of

810.61 ACADIAN geology. Dawson, J. W.

163.23 ACCUM, F. Chemical tests. 3d ed. Lond., 1820. 12° 156.24 Account of pilgrim celebration, Plymouth, Aug. 1, 1853. Boston, 1853. 80

224.17 ACHILLES Tatius, Romances of. Tr. by Smith, R. 844.10 ACKERMANN, Charlotte. Roman. Müller, 0... 1013.12 ACLAND, C. Manners and customs of India. London, 1847. p.8°

889.2 ACTOX, E. English bread-book. Lond., 1857. 12° 188.33 ACTON, W. Diseases of urinary and generative organg. Fr. 2d Lond. ed.

N. Y., 1852. 80 151.21 ACTON, Mass., A history of. Shattuck, L. 224.20 ACTORS in the plays of Shakespeare, Memoirs of. Collier, J. P. .

342.31 ACTORS, An apology for. Heyward, T.

342.2 Acts of the Apostles. Barnes, A. Notes. 1097.9 Hackett, H. B. Commentary..

1093.2 See also: Bible. ADAIR, R. Mission to the court of Vienna, 1800. London, 184. 8...

667.3 ADALBERT, Pr. of Prussia. Travels in South of

Europe and in Brazil. Transl. by Sir R. H.
Schomburgk and J. E. Taylor. Introd. by

Bar. von Humboldt. Lond., 1819. 2v. 8°. 633 11 ADAJ, A. Roman antiquities. Notes by J. Boyd

7th N. Y. ed. by L. L. Da Ponte. New York,
1836. 8.

951.7 Adam Blair, Passages in life of. Lockhart, J. G. 769.9 ADAM Brown, the merchant. Smith, H.

802.21 ADAM Græme of Mossgray. Oliphant, Mrs. 753.13 ADANS, Mrs. A. Journal and corresp. 1786. Ed.

by (C. A. DeWindt.] N. Y., 1841. 2v. 12° 217.18 Letters, with memoir by C. F. Adams. 4th ed. Boston, 1848.

537.2 ADAMS, H. History of the Jews. Boston, 1812. 2v. 12°

949.6 Memoir, by herself. Boston, 1832. 12° . 599.3 View of religions, in 2 parts, 2d ed. Boston, n.d. 89


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ADAMS, H.G. Cyclopædia of poetical quotations.
London, n.d. 16°

344.21 ADAMS, J. Letters to his wife. Ed. by C. F. Adams. Boston, 1811. 2v.

537.3 Works, with life and notes, by C. F. Adams. Boston, 1850-55. 10v. So

Contents. -Vol. I. Lifs. II. Diary; Notes of debates
in cor gress, 1775–0; Autobiography: App. III. Auto-
biography, continued: Diury: Notes of debate in the
senate of the U. S.; Essays; Disputation on the canon
and the feudal law ; Instructions of Braintree to its
representat.ves, 1763 ; Instructions of Boston to their
representatives, 1768-9: On the independence of
the judiciary : controversy between W. Brattle and J.
Adams; App. IV. Novanglus, or a history of the dis-
pute with America from 1731 ; Thoughts on govern-
ment, 1776 ; Report of a constitution for Massachu-
setis, 1779 ; Defence of the Constitutions of the U.S.
1778, vol. 1. V. Defence, vols. 2 and 3. VI. Defence,
vol. 3, continued; Discourses on Davila ; Four Ict-
ters on government; Three letters on the Constitu-
tion: Letters to Jno. Taylor of Caroline, in reply to
strictures on the Defence; Review of Mr. Hillhouse'y
propositions for amending the Constitution. VII.-1X.
Oficial letters, messages, and public papers. IX., X.

General correspondence; Indexes.
Administration of. Gibbs, G..

Diplomatic hist. of the administration of.
Trescot, W. II....

297.5 Suppressed history of the administration of. Wood, J...

309.7 ADAMS, J. Q. Dermot Mac Morrogh, in 4 cantos. Boston, 1832. 89..

314.10 Letters on the Bible. Auburn, 1850. 32° 129.36 Letters on the masonic institution. Boston, 1817. 80

131.6 Letters on the study of the Bible, with letters of Mrs. A. Adams.

537.2 Life of. Quincy, J..

512.1 Life and Public Services. Seward, W. H... 517.25 ADAMS, Nath'l. Annals of Portsmouth, (N. H.) Portsmouth, 1825. 8°.

224.26 ADAMS, Rev. Neh. Christ a friend, 13 discourses. Boston, 1855. 8°.

1106.3 South side view of slavery.

The communion Sabbath. Boston, 1851. 12° 1106.3
The friends of Christ in the N. T. 3d ed.
Boston, 1853. 8°.

1083.19 ADAMS, R. Narrative of an Am. sailor wrecked on

W. coast of Africa, 1810. Boston, 1817. Sa 692.7 ADAMS, Rev. W., M.A. Sacred allegories. L'hiladelphia, 1858. sm. 4°

1004.9 ADAMS, W., D. D. The three gardens, Eden, Geth

semane, and Paradise. N. York, 1850. 12° 1080.27 ADAMS, W. T. All aboard, or life on the lake. Boston, 1856.

729.3 The boat club; a tale for boys. Boston, 1855. 12° 7:29.7-8 Now or never. A story for young folks. Bos. ton, 1857. 12.

720.4-6 ADAPTATION of external nature to man. Chalmers, T.

826.6 ADCOCK, H. Rules and data for the steam engine. London, 1839. 12° .

198.20 ADDISON, J. Poetical works, with life. London, (1796?] 24°.

309.19 The spectator; complete. London, 1827. 80 873.12

With the lives of the authors. Phila.,
1851. 12v. in 4. 12.

Selections from the. N. Y., 1810. 2v. 189 830.2
Sir Roger de Coverley, notes by W. H. Wills.
London, 1852. p. 8o.

409.1 Life of. Aikin, L. .

584.2 and writings of. Macaulay, T. B.

400.17 ADELE. A tale. Kavanagh, J. .

454.13 ADÈLE et Théodore: ou lettres sur l'éducation. Genlis, Mme. de...

1068.6 ADIRONDACK, The: or, life in the woods. Headley, J. T....

636.29 ADOLPHE; (roman.] Constant, B..

1006.8 ADOLPHUS, J. Hist. of England, [reign of Geo. III.) London, 1840-45. 7v. 8°

964.1 ADOLPHUS, J. L. Letters to R. Heber on the

(Waverley) novels. Boston, 1822.8... 808.16

ADONIS; poëme. La Fontaine, J. de ..

1069.7 ADOPTED child, Hist. of an. Jewsbury, G. E... 469.2 ADRIATIC, Highl’ds and islands. Paton, A. A. 667.4 ADSHEAD, J. Prisons and prisoners. London, 1815. 8°

135.12 ADULTERATIONS, in food and med. Hassall, A. H. 156.12

in drugs, chemicals, etc. Peirce, C. H..... 156.13 ADVENTURE. See American A. by land and sea. 820.68 ADVENTURER, The. Hawkesworth, J.

850.26 See British essayists, v. 23-25

850.24 See Johnson, S. Works, I.

901.6 ADVENTURES of British seamen in the So. Ocean. Edinburgh, 1827. 18o..

830.26 ADVICE to his grandchildren. Hale, M.

139.6 ÆGEAN, Letters from the. Emerson, J.

683.4 ÆSCHYLUS. Popular Eng. specimens of the

Greek dramat. poets, with essays and notes.
London, 1831. 24°

Tragedies; transl. by T. A. Buckley. London,
1819. p. 8o.

814.6-7 Æsopus. (Fables, translated.) 16°

728.10 ÆSTHETIC papers. Peabody, E. P.

873.6 ÆSTHETIC works. Schlegel, F. von

838.8 AFFLICTED), An offering to the. Parkman, F. . 1089.25 AFFLICTED man's companion. Willison, J... 1109.5 AFGHANISTAN. Ferrier, J.P. Caravan journeys. 694.3 Fraser, J. B. Description of..

810.08 Gleig, G. R. Sale's brigade in .

899.11 Sale, Lady. Disasters in. 1841,2

987.6 AFLOAT and ashore. Cooper, J. F.

700.1-5 AFRICA. Adams, R. Western coast of, in 1810. 692.7

Andersson, C.J. Four years in So. Western. 697.4
Backhouse, J. Narrative of a visit to South. 692.13
Barrow, Sir J. Travels into Southern ... 092.1
Barth, H. Travels North and Central 191.12
Burton, RF. First footsteps in East .. 692.5-6
Caillie, R. Travels through Central

093.10 Campbell, J. Travels in South

092.12 Carnes, J. A. Voyage to the W. coast of .. 608. 16–17 Clarke, E. D. Travels in..

082.1 Denham, D. and Clapperton, H. Travels in N. and Central ..

693.6 Foote, A. H. Afr. and the American flag. 698.13 Frost, J. Travels in ..

608.20 Hamilton, J. Wanderings in North..

697.2 Huntley, Sir H. Service on the slave coast of. 698.15 Hutchinson, T. J. Impressions of Western. 697.3 Laing, A. G. Travels in Western ..

692.4 Leonard, P. Journal on the Western coast. 699.10 Livingstone, D. Missionary travels in South.601.1-11 Murray, H. Discoveries and travels in ... 692.10-11 Discovery and adventure in

810.18 Napier, E. E. Excursions in Southern

692.15 Owen, W. F. W. Voyages to explore . 702.8 Park, M. Voyages :

820.11 Philip, J. Native tribes of South

692.8 Taylor, J. B. A journey to Central

699.79 Wilson, J. L. History and prospects of W. 9:38.1 NOTE. - See also the names of the several parts of

AFRICAN hist., Lights and shadows of. Goodrich,
S. G..

939.1 AFRICAX question, The. Livingstone, D.

894. + AFRICAN Wanderings. Werne, F.

400.29 AFTER the ball. A tale. Opie, A..

400.45 AGASSIZ, L., R.N. Journey to Switzerland. London, 1833. 8°..

603.8 AGASSIZ, Prof. L. Contributions to the natural

history of the U. S. Boston, 1857. 2v. 4° 170.2

Contents. – Vol. I. Part 1. Essay on classification.
Part 2. N. A. testudinata. II. Part 3. Emb:yology

of the turtle.
Lake Superior: its phys. char., etc. : with a

nar. of tour, by J. E. Cabot. Boston, 1850. 8° 624.1 and Gould, A. A. Principles of zoology.

Part I. Comp. physiology. Rev. ed. Bos-
ton, 1853. 12o..

177.6-7 Comparative physiology. Edited by T.

Wright. From rev. ed. London, 1851. p. 80 816.12 AGATUA's husband. A novel. Muloch, D. M. v.II. 762.1-2


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AGE, The: a colloquial satire. Bailey, P.J.... 339.5 AGE of gold, The: and other poems. Lunt, G.. 319.14 AGNES de Mansfeldt: a tale. Grattan, T. C.. 798.4 AGNES: a Franconia story. v.10. Abbott, J.. 738.4 AGNES: a novel. Pike, M. H...

427.2-4 AGRICOLA, Cn. J. Life of, transl. Tacitus, C. C. 872.11 AGRICULTURAL chemistry. Liebig, J. von.. 155.24 Nash, J. A...

168.4 See also: Agriculture. AGRICULTURAL engineering. Andrews, G. H. . 829.2 AGRICULTURAL essays. Taylor, Col. J...

109.12 AGRICULTURAL instructor. Murphy, E.. .v. II of 169.15 AGRICULTURE. Allen, J. F. Culture of the grape.165.19-21

Banfield, T. C. Agriculture of the Rhine.. 810.1
Chorlton, W. Grape grower's guide.

165.25 Colman, H. European.

105.9 Dana, S. L. Muck manual.

169.31 Dumas, J.B. Manures, nutrit. of plants v.II of 165.4 Eastwood, B. Cultivation of the cranberry. 165.24 Fownes, G. Application of chemistry to... 819.1 Harris, T.W. Insects injurious to vegetation 105.1 Johnston, J. F. W. Chemistry and geology applied to

164.14 Relations between science and

164.15 Kenrick, W. New American orchardist. 169.7 Liebig, J. v. Chemistry in its application to 164.6 Massachusetts. Manual of the mulberry tree 109.10 Olcott, H. S. Sorgho and imphee, the sugar canes.....

160.12 Pardee, R. G. Cultivation of the strawberry 105.26 Russell, R. A. of North America ..

623.4 Stöckhardt, J. A. Chemistry of.

836.1 Ysabeau, A. Plantes fourragères ,

1075.6 Arbres fruitiers . .

1075.5 Engrais et amendements

1075.4 Operations agricoles.

1075.1 See also: Farming, Gardening, Husbandry,

Rural and domestic economy.
AGUILAR, G. Days of Bruce. N. Y., 1853. 2v. 12°.705.1-10
Home Influence: a tale. New ed. N.Y., 1857. 12° 764.2-4

Same. New ed. Boston, 1854. 12° . . . 764.1&5
Mother's recompense. New York, 1853. 12°. 764.0-9
Vale of Cedars, (with biogr. sketch.] New
York, 1854. 12°

Woman's friendship. A story. New York,

..761.9-15 Women of Israel. N. Y., 1853. 2v. 12° . ..706.11-15 AGUIRRE, The crimes of. Southey, R...

266.9 AHMED Ibn Hemdem. Turkish evening enter

tainments. Transl. by J. P. Brown. New
York, 1850. 12° .

. 737.10-11 AIKIN, A. Illustr. of arts and manufactures. London, 1841. 16°

199.17 AIKIN, J. Select works of the Br. poets, fr. Ben

Jonson to Croly; with biog. & crit. notices.
Philadelphia, 1850. 3v. 8°

312.1 The juvenile budget opened: with life, by

Mrs. S. J. Hale. Boston, 1840. 18o... 499.10-11
The juvenile budget re-opened: with notes.
Boston, 1840. 18o.

499.12-13 Critical essay on the “Chase," and life of Falconer.

359.5 Memoir: with selection of pieces. Aikin, L.. 575.6 and Barbauld, A. L. Evenings at home. Revised by C. Hartley. London, 1853. 16° . 719.11-12

Miscel. pieces in prose. 3d ed. London, 1792. 8°

349.6 AIKIN, L. Life of Joseph Addison. Philadelphia, 1846. p. 89.

584.2 Mem. of J. Aikin: with selections from his pieces. Philadelphia, 1824. 8°.

575.6 Court of Charles I. Philadelphia, 1833. 2v. 8° 976.6

Q. Elizabeth. 6th ed. Lond., 1826. 2v. 8° 554.3

James I. 3d ed. London, 1823. 2v. 8. 552.8 AINSLIE, W. Hist. of Br. India. See Murray, H. 810.51 AINSWORTH, W. F. Travels in the track of the

ten thousand Greeks. London, 1844. 12° . 687.12 AINSWORTH, W. H. James II. An historical romance. New York, 1848. 89..

802.7 AIR, Change of: or, the pursuit of health. JohnJ..


AIR, Uses and abuses of. Griscom, J. H...

207.14 Airs of Palestine: a poem. Pierpont, J..

369.17 AIRY, G. B. Gravitation. London, 1834. 12° 146.24

Lect. on astronomy. 2d ed. Lond., [1849.) 8° 147.8 AKENSIDE, M. Poetical works: with life. London, 1806. 21°

369.27 Same. London, 1815. p.8°

319.1 Pleasures of the imagination. New ed., with essay by Mrs. Barbauld. London, 1825. 16° 358.25

Same. See “ Poems of established reputation ".

358.24 Life, writings and genius of. Bucke, C. 580.16 ALADDIN: a poem. Oehlenschläger, A. G.. 331.23 ALBERT et Isabelle, Histoire d'..

10,5.14 ALBIGENSES, Hist. of the crusades against. Sismondi, J. C. L. $. de ..

See also: Waldenses.
ALBINUS. Introduction to Plato. Works IV... 814.3
ALBUM Österreichischer Dic er. Wien, 1850. 8° !013.3

Containing biograph. notices and selections from
Nikolaus Lenau (pseud. for Niembsch von Strehlenau,
Nicol) i Anastasius Gran (pseud. for Auersperg, Ant.
Al. M. Graf von); Franz Grillparzer; Friedrich Halm,
(ps. for Monch-Bellinghausen, Elig. Franz Josef,
Freiherr von) : Edward von Bauernfeld : J. F. Cas-
telli; Ludwig Aug. Frankl ; Ad. von Tschabuschnigg;
Joh. Gabr. Seidl; C. F. Draxler-Manfred ; Johann N.

Vogl; Heinrich von Levitschnigg.
ALCAN, M. Manuel du tisserand. Bruxelles,
1851. 12o.

1075.33 ALCHEMY and the alchemists. Hitchcock, E. A.. 197.4 ALCIXOUS. Introduction to Plato. Works IV.. 814.3 ALCOHOLIC drinks, Effects of. Forbes, J..... 127.19 ALCOHOLIC liquors, Use and abuse of. Carpenter, W.B...

157.17 ALCOTT, L. M. Flower fables.

Boston, 1855. 12° 729.2 ALCOTT, W. A. Moral philosophy of courtship and marriage. Boston, 1857.

127.5 Young woman's guide. Boston, 1840. 10°. 139.16 Alcove, The. Abbott, J. Harper's st. bks., VIII. 739.1 ALDA Grey: a tale of N. Jersey..

801.1 ALEPPO to Jerusalem. Journey. Maundrell, H. 684.9 ALEXANDER the Great, Essay on. Schlegel, K. W. F. v..

818.1 History of. Abbott, J.

519.1-4 Life and actions of. Williams, J.

810.8 ALEXANDER VI. Pope. Life of. Gordon, A. . 54.2 ALEXANDER I. of Russia, Last days of. Lee, R. 517.10 ALEXANDER, A. Authenticity, ctc. of the Scriptures. 5th ed. Philadelphia, n.d.

118.4 Founder and alumni of the Log College. Princeton, 1845. 12o.

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