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10228 Hyacinthe (Father). Discourses on various occasions. Translated by Leonard Woolsey, Bacon, with a Biographical Sketch. 12mo. New York, 1869. 10229 Kewen & Soule. Oration and Poem before the Society of California Pioneers, at their Celebration of the Anniversary of the Admission of the State of California into the Union. Francisco, September 9th, 1854.


8vo. Pamphlet. San Francisco, 1854.

10230 Lieber (Francis). An Introductory Discourse to a Course of Lectures on the State. Delivered on the 10th of October 1859, in the Law School of Columbia College.

8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1860. 10231 Lincoln (Abraham). Obsequies of, in Union Square, New York, April 25, 1865.

8vo. Pamphlet. (3 copies.) New York, 1865. 10232 Louisiana. Address delivered before the Faculty and Students of the Louisiana State University, 25th June, 1871, by W. M. Burwell, Esq. 12mo. Pamphlet.


Annual Address to the Graduates of 1872, of the La. State University, by David F. Boyd, Superintendent. June 26, 1872. 8vo. Pamphlet. New Orleans, 1872.

10234 Marsh (George P.). Address delivered before the Graduating Class of the U. S. Military Academy at West Point, June, 1860. 8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1860.

10235 Martin (B. E). In Memoriam, Joseph Gilbert Totten.

(Bound with Barnard's Eulogy on Totten.)

10236 McClellan (Gen. George B.). Oration, Battle Monument at West Point. See West Point, Battle Monument, No. 10267.

10237 Meagher (Thomas Francis). dependence of Ireland.

Speeches on the Legislative In12mo. New York, 1853.

10238 Morris's Address before the Society of California Volunteers. See California, No. 10187.

10239 Nott (Eliphalet). Counsels to Young Men on the Formation of Character, and the Principles which lead to Success and Happiness in Life: being Addresses. 18mo. New York, 1842.

10240 Oration and Poem, delivered before the Associate Alumni of the College of the City of New York, July 9th, 1866. By Everett P. Wheeler, and Rev. Joseph Anderson.

8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1867.

10241 Parker (S. P.). Address delivered before the Common-School Society of Stockbridge, March 23, 1840.

8vo Pamphlet. Lenox, Mass., 1840. See No. 3771.

10242 Parliamentary Debates, &c.

10243 Pitt (W.). Speeches of the Right Honorable William Pitt in

the House of Commons.

3d edition.

3 vols. 8vo. London, 1817.

10244 Poinsett (Joel R.). Discourse on the Objects and Importance of the National Institution for the Promotion of Science, established at Washington, 1840.

8vo. Pamphlet. Washington, 1841. 10245 Proceedings at the Inauguration of Frederick A. P. Barnard, S. T. D., LL. D., as President of Columbia College, October 3, 1864. 8vo. New York, 1865. 10246 Quitman & Harris. Obituary Addresses on the occasions of the Death of the Hon. John A. Quitman, of Mississippi, and of the Hon. Thomas L. Harris, of Illinois, delivered in the Senate of the United States, on the 5th and 17th of January, 1859. 8vo. Pamphlet. Baltimore, 1859.

10247 Rayner (Kenneth). Address delivered before the Graduating Class of the United States Military Academy, West Point, June 17th, 1853. 8vo. Pamphlet. (2 copies.) New York, 1853. 10248 Schaff (Dr. Philip). America. A Sketch of the Political, Social, and Religious character of the United States of North America, in two Lectures. Translated from the German.

12mo. New York, 1855.

10249 Sedgwick. Description of the Ceremony of Dedication of the Statue of Major-General John Sedgwick, at West Point, N. Y., October 21, 1868. Including the Oration of Hon. George W. Curtis on the occasion. 8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1869.

10250 Sherman (Gen. W. T.). Address to the Graduating class of the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, June 15th, 1869. 12mo. Pamphlet. (70 copies.) New York, 1869. 10251 Silliman (B.). Address delivered before the Chemical Society of the Lehigh University, at its first Annual Celebration, at South Bethlehem, Pa., June 17th, 1872.

10252 Slocum (Gen. H. W.). Military Lessons, taught by the War. An Address delivered before the Long Island Historical Society, Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1869.

8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1869. 10253 Soldiers' National Cemetery. Report of the Select Committee relative to the, together with the Accompanying Documents, as reported to the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, March 31, 1864.

8vo. Harrisburg, 1864. 10254 Tallmadge (Gen. James). Address delivered at the close of the Twenty-first Annual Fair of the American Institute. 8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1848.


Address at the Twenty-third Annual Fair.

10256 Thompson (Joseph P.). not a Right but a Crime. Union League Club, and

8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1850. Revolution against Free Government, An Address delivered before the Published at their request.

12mo. Pamphlet, 1864. (3 copies.)

10257 Toner (J. M.). Anniversary Oration delivered before the Medical Society of the District of Columbia.

8vo. Pamphlet. Washington, 1869.

10258 Voice to America; or, the Model Republic, its Glory or its fall; with a review of the causes of the Decline and Failure of the Republics of South America, Mexico, and of the Old World; applied to the present crisis in the United States.

12mo. New York, 1855.

10259 Wadsworth (Gen.), and Porter (Col.). Eulogies on, by Hoppin & Cozzens. 8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1865. 10260 Warren (Gen.). Inauguration of the Statue of General Warren on Bunker Hill; June 17th, 1857. 8vo. Boston, 1858. 10261 Washington's Farewell Address to the People of the United States of America. 4to. New York, 1850.

10262 Webb (Gen'l. Alex. S.). Address delivered before the New York State Society of the Cincinnati on Washington's Birthday, February 22, 1873. 8vo Pamphlet.


10263 Webster (Daniel). Speeches and Forensic Arguments. 2 vols. 8vo. Boston, 1835-38. (Horace LL. D.). Late President of the College of the In Memoriam.


City of New York.

8vo. Pamphlet. (19 copies.) New York, 1871 10265 Welcome to Goldwin Smith, by Citizens of New York, at a Breakfast given at the Rooms of the Union League Club, Union Square, Saturday, Nov. 12, 1864.

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10266 West Point Life: An Anonymous Communication, read before a Public Meeting of the Dialectic Society. United States Military Academy, March 5, 1859.

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10267 West Point Battle Monument: History of the Project to the Dedication of the Site, June 15th, 1864. Oration of Maj-Gen. 16mo. Pamphlet. New York, 1864. 8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1864.


10268 West Point. Address in Memory of Cadet William Sterling Church, delivered before the Second Class U. S. Military Academy, by Cadet Ayres. November 1st, 1869.

12mo. Pamphlet.

10269 West Point. Sherman's Address. See Sherman, No. 10250. 10270 Wheeler (Everett P.). Oration. See Oration, No. 10240. 10271 Williams (Henry). An Address delivered on laying the Corner Stone of a Monument to Pulaski, in the City of Savannah, October 11, 1853. With an account of the Ceremonies upon that occasion, and at the completion of the Monument, January 8th, 1855. To which is added a summary of the evidence designating the Burial Place of Pulaski, prepared by Col. William P. Bowen. Published by the Commissioners of the Monument fund. 8vo. Pamphlet. Savannah, 1855.

10272 Williston (E. B.). Eloquence of the United States. (Vols. 1st. and 2d are wanting.) 5 vols. 8vo. Middletown, 1827. 10273 Worth (General William Jenkins). Reports on the erection of a Monument to the memory of William Jenkins Worth, late Major-General of the United States Army, by the special Committees appointed by the Common Council of the City of New York. 8vo. New York, 1857. 10274 Yale College. The Commemorative Celebration, held at Yale College, Wednesday, July 26, 1865.

8vo. Pamphlet. New Haven, 1866.


10275 American Annals of Education and Instruction: a Continuation of the American Journal of Education. (Several Nos. miss

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10277 Annuaire de l'École Royale Polytechnique pour l'ans 1833 à 1837, et pour 1843 à 1846. 6 vols. 24mo. Paris, 1832-46. 10278 Aumale (Duc d'). The Military Institutions of France. See Aumale, No. 1503.

10279 Barnard (Prof. F. A. P.). On Collegiate Education and College Government. 8vo. New York, 1855.



Improvements Practicable in American Colleges.
Pamphlet. Hartford, 1856.

(Henry). Report and Documents relating to the Pub

lic Schools of Rhode Island, for 1848.

8vo. Providence, 1849.

8vo. Pamphlet. Boston, 1840.

10282 Board of Education. Third Annual Report of the.

Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the. 8vo. Boston, 1864.

10288 Boblaye, Le Puillon de. See Le Puillon de Boblaye, No. 10310.

10284 Calais (H. de). taires en France.

Janvier 1834).

10285 California.

Mémoire sur l'Établissement d'Academies Mili(Extrait du Journal des Sciences Militaires. 8vo. Pamphlet. Paris, 1834.

Thirteenth Annual Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of

The same in Spanish.

8vo. Sacramento, 1863.

8vo. Sacramento, 1864.

10286 Church (John A.). Mining Schools in the United States.

10287 Confederate States.

First Reader.

8vo. Pamphlet. New York, 1971.

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10288 County Naval Free Schools, to be built on Waste Lands, giving such effectual Instruction to Poor Boys, as may nurse them for the Sea Service; teaching them also to cultivate the earth, to spin, knit, weave, make shoes, &c. Fol. No date.

10289 Culture Demanded by Modern Life; a Series of Addresses and Arguments on the Claims of Scientific Education. By Professors Tyndall, Henfrey, Huxley, Paget, Whewell, Faraday, Liebig, Draper, &c. Edited by E. L. Youmans.

12mo. New York, 1871. 10290 Décret Impérial portant réorganisation de l'École de Cavalerie. Compiégue, le 17 Octobre, 1853. (Lithog.)

Fol. Pamphlet.

10291 Dodsley (R.). Preceptor; containing a General Course of Education, wherein the First Principles of Polite Learning are laid down in a way most suitable for trying the genius and advancing the instruction of youth. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1783.

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10295 Education. Report of the Commissioners of Education, Submitted to the Senate and House of Representatives, June 2d,


The same- -For 1870.

The same- -For 1873.

8vo. Washington, 1868. 8vo. Washington, 1870. 8vo. Washington, 1874.

10296 English Reading Lessons for the Military Schools of His Highness the Khedive of Egypt. Prepared in the Office of the Chief of Staff, and Published by authority of His Excellency the Minister of War Kassim-Pacha.

8vo. Pamphlet. Alexandria, 1871.

10297 Examination Papers, both entrance and periodical, of the Ordnance School at Carshalton, and of the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, accompanied by Diagrams illustrative of the work. Printed by permission from the original documents. 8vo. Woolwich, 1853.

10298 Four Years at Yale. See Yale, No. 10376.

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