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33–278 Crombie, J. Essay on church consecration. 3d Critical English testament, the ; an adaptation of ed. Newry, 1816

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18-773 business. Ph., 1859

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32-2241 Cruise of the Frolic. W. H. G. Kingston 18-1775 Lydia ; a woman's book 18–768 Cruise of the Midge. F. Chamier

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30–796 Cruising in the last war. C. J. Peterson 18-2477 Cross, F. Hints to all about to rent, buy, or build Crummel, A. The future of Africa ; being addresses, house property. 4th ed. L., 1854 6–34

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1-283 Cross, Jolin. "Law of lien and stoppage in transitu. Crump, W. H. The world in a pocket-book; or, Ph., 1841. 80

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264–1901 viding employment for the people. 2d ed. L., Cross, J. L. The true masonic chart; also, a his

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294_8 2-1051 Edgar, J. G.' C. and the crusaders 294_112 Cross, the. Mortillet, G. de. Signe de la croix Fuller, T. History of the holy war 292_136 avant le Christianisme 34-4699 Keightley, T. Crusaders

294_132 Cross-bearer, the ; a vision. B., (1861] 32-1490 Michaud, J. F. History of

292_199 Cross country. W. Thornbury 270_605 Mills, C. History of

292_23,24 Cross of honor. Mrs. P. Cudlip

18-3218 Proctor, H. Rise, progress, and results of Crosse abbatiale, la. E. Sue 34-4638

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32-1300 Crotch, W. Elements of musical composition, com- Crusoe. See Catholic C. ;

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266-501 the theory of tuning. L., 1812. 4° 5–994 Crusoes. See Australian C. ; Canadian C. Crotchets and quavers. M. Maretzek 5–1020 Crusius, L. Lives of the Roman poets. L., 1733. Croup. Green, H. Pathology and treatment of 2 v.

30-123 10-750 Crustacea. White, A. 'Popular history of British Ley, H. Essay on 10-532

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Great Britain. L., 1806. 6 v. 80 276-297 Crowe, E. E. Greek and Turk; or, powers and Cruz, Ramon de la Manolo, T. T. E. v. 5 34-2 prospects in the Levant. L., 1853. 8° 286–327 Cryptography. N. Bridges

22-49 History of France. L., 1830. 3 v. 27_1671 See Cyphers. Same. L., 1858–68. 5 v. 8° 274_1672 Crystal palace, N. Y. H. Greeley

6–333 History of the reigns of Louis XVIII and Richards, 'w. C. Day in the New York c. p. Charles X. L., 1854. 2 v. 8° 272_1673

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265_269 Crowell, J. Republics established and thrones over- Gibbes, R. W. C. for invalids

264-379 turned by the bible. Ph., 1849 32–1683 Howe, J. W. Trip to

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Cuba and the Cubans; a history of the island, its The same in German, trans. by Kotzebue
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260-558 Cumberland (England.) Dialogues, poems, etc., in
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