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Dauphiné. Musgrave, G. M. Pilgrimage into Davies, Charles. Elements of algebra, on the basis

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of M. Bourdon; embracing Sturm's and HorDaurignac, J. M. S. History of the society of Jesus; ner's theorems, and practical examples. trans. by J. Clements. Cin., 1865. 2 v. N. Y., 1860

14-43 32–1755 Elements of analytical geometry ; embracing Daveiss, J. H. Sketch of a bill for a uniform militia equations of the point, straight line, conic of the United States, with reflections on the

sections, and surfaces of the first and second state of the nation. Frankfort, 1810 2-634

order. N. Y., 1859. go

14-115 Davenant, Johın. Exposition of the epistle of St. Elements of descriptive geometry, with their

Paul to the Colossians; trans. by J. Allport. application to splierical trigonometry, spheri-
L., 1831,2. 2 v. 8°

32-1358

cal projections, and warped surfaces. Ń. Y., Treatise on justification, and the

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1860. 80

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tiones;'' or, resolutions of theological ques- Elements of geometry and trigonometry, with
tions; trans. by Rev. J. Allport. L., 1844. applications in mensuration. N. Y., 1854
2 y. 8°
32-1359

14-41 Davenant, W. (Sandford's Br. poets) 23-72

See Legendre, A. M. Davenport, J. See Comelati, G.

22-29 Logic and utility of mathematics, with the best Davenport, J. S. Christian unity and its recovery. methods of instruction explained and illusN. Y., 1866 32-1762 trated. N. Y., 1856

14-23 Davenport, R. The amateur's perspective. L., Treatise on shades and shadows, and linear 1828. 40

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perspective. N. Y., 1857. 8°

5-612 – A supplement to "The amateur's perspective." and W. G. Peck. Mathematical dictionary, L., 1829. 4°

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and cyclopedia of mathematical science. N.Y., Davenport, R. A. Dictionary of biography, com

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14-16 prising the most eminent characters' of all Davies, C. M. History of Holland and the Dutch ages, nations, and professions; with numer- nation, from the beginning of the 10th century ous portraits. L., 1831

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to the end of the 18th, L., 1851. 3 v. 80 - History of the Bastile, and of its principal cap

274–2558 tives. Ph., 1846 :

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Davies, Edward. Celtic researches, on the origin, Davenport brothers. Nichols, T. L. Biography of traditions, and language of the ancient Brit

30–1628 Davenport, (iowa.) Past and present.

ons; with introductory sketches on primitive F. B. society. L., 1804. 80

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261_582 Davies, Emily. Higher education of women. L., Davenport Dunn. C. Lever,

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13-64 Davesies de Pontès, L. Études sur l'Angleterre. Davies, G. c. ' Songs of the church; or, psalms and Reformes sociales. P., 1863

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hymns of the protestant episcopal church, Davesiès de Pontès, Mad. L. Poets and poetry of arranged to appropriate melodies; with a full Germany; biographical and critical notices. set of chants. N. Y., 1859

5-1079 L., 1858. 2 v.

22–1015 Davies, Sir John. (Sanford's Br. poets) 23-69 David, king. See Psalms.

Discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was David, the king of Israel. F. W. Krummacher never entirely subdued, by England, untill

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the beginning of his maiestie's happie raigne. David; an oratorio. s. Newkomm

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278_1423 David, T. B. Émeric. See Emeric-David, T. B. Davies, Rev. John. Estimate of the human mind; David Copperfield. C, Dickens

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a philosophical inquiry into the legitimate apDavidge, W. The drama defended. N. Y., 1859. plication and extent of its leading faculties, as F's M. D. v. 22

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connected with the principles and obligations Footlight flashes. N. Y.; 1866

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of the Christian religion. L., 1847. 8° 15–171 Davids, T. The history of ink, including its history, Davies, R. Journal, 1688–90. Camden soc. pub. chemistry, and bibliography. N. Y. 21-62

274_195 Davidson, D._"Connexion of sacred and profane his- Davies, Thomas. Dramatic miscellanies. L., 1784. tory. E., 1843 32-1807

24-88 Davidson, J. British and Roman remains in the Memoirs of the life of David Garrick ; with charvicinity of Axminster. L., 1833 274-325

acters and anecdotes of his theatrical contemDavidson, L. M. Poetical remains ; collected and poraries, forming a history of the stage for

arranged by her mother; with a biography thirty-six years. L., 1781. 2 v. 8° 30–1027 by Miss Sedgwick. Ph., 1841

23-146 Davies, Thomas, M. D. The preparation and Sedgwick, C. M. Life of.' (S. A. B. 7) 30–497 mounting of microscopic objects. L. 9–1027 Davidson, Miss Margaret M. Poetical remains ; Same. N. Y.

9-1028 with biography by W. Irving 30–1748 Davies, Thomas A. Answer to Hugh Miller and Davidson, Mrs. Margaret M. Selections from writ- theoretic geologists. N. Y., 1860 9-223 ings. Ph., 1843

23–206 Davies, T. A. How to make money, and how to Davidson, s. Introduction to the new testament ; keep it. N. Y., 1867

1-308 containing an examination of the most im- Davies, T. S. The early history of the mariner's portant questions relating to the authority,

compass. L., 1837

200-620 interpretation, and integrity of the canonical Davila, E. C. Storia delle guerre civili di Francia. books with reference to the latest inquiries. Londra, 1801,2. 6 v. 80

34-2510 L., 1848–51. 3 v. 80

32-800 History of the civil wars of France ; trans. by An introduction to the study of the new testa- E. Farneworth. L., 1758. 2 v. 4• 271–4029

ment, critical, exegetical, and theological. Da Vinci. See Vinci, L. da.
L., 1868. 2 v. 89

32-800 Davis, A. History of New Amsterdam: with The ecclesiastical polity of the new testament papers on the American revolution, and on

unfolded, and its points of coincidence or dis- Philadelphia in the times of Wm. Penn. agreement with prevailing systems indicated. N. Y., 1854

264-649 L., 1854

32-2208 Davis, A. J. The great harmonia ; being a proDavie, w. R." Hubbard, F. M. Life of. (S.A.B.

gressive revelation of the eternal principles 25)

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which inspire mind and govern matter. Davies, Cath. ' Eleven years residence in the family N. Y., 1860

32-1551 of Murat, king of Naples. L., 1841 30–1895 The magic staff; an autobiography. N. Y., Davies, Mrs. Christian. See De Foe, D.

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Darwin, C. Journal of researches into the natural Da Ponte, L. L. History of the Florentine republic, history and geology of the countries visited

and of the age and rule of the Medici. N. Y., during the voyage of H. M. S. “Beagle" 1833. 2 v.

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round the world, under the command of Capt. D'Arblay, F. Burney. Mad. Camilla ; or, a picture Fitzroy. N. Y., 1846. 2 v.

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18-518 On the origin of species by means of natural seCecilia ; or, memoirs of an heiress : 18–519

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30–1635 Same, 4th ed., with additions and corrections. Evelina; or, the history of a young lady's in- L., 1860

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Bree, C. R.' Examination of

9-515 Memoirs of C. Burney. Ph., 1833. 80 30-58

Flourens, P. Examen de “L'origine des Darby, J. Botany of the southern states. N. Y.,

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264_56 On the various contrivances by which British and T. Dwight, jr

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1862. 80

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18–1154 Darwin, E. Botanic garden: a poem. N. Y., 1807. Darien expedition. Account of

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Temple of nature ; or, the origin of society: a Darius the great. Abbott, J. History of 30-620

poem, with philosophical notes. N. Y., 1804. Dark ages, the. S. R. Maitland

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23–647 Dark lady of Doona. W. H. Maxwell 18-2142 Zoonomia'; or, the laws of organic life. Part Dark night's work. Mrs. Gaskell 18–1146,390 II, containing a catalogue of diseases disDark scenes of history. G. P. R. James 294_59

tributed into natural classes, with their Darkness and daylight. Mrs. M. J. Holmes 18–1469

methods of cure. Ph., 1797. 2 v. 810–706 Darkness in the flowery land. M. S. Culbertson Seward, A. Life and writings of . 30-127

280-256 Daschkaw, C. W. Memoirs of the Princess Dasch. Darley,

J. R.' The Grecian drama: a treatise on kaw, lady of honor to Catharine II of Russia, the dramatic literature of the Greeks. Dub.,

written by herself'; edited by Mrs. W. Brad. 1840. 80

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30-1216 Darling, H. . The closer walk; or, the believer's Dasent, G. W. The last of the Plantagenets sanctification. Ph., 1862 32-999

18-3969 Darlington, w. Agricultural botany. Ph., 1847 Popular tales from the Norse

18_815 9-32 Story of the burnt Njal

18–816 American weeds and useful plants: being a Story of Gisli the outlaw

18-814 second and illustrated edition of Agricultural Dash, la c'sse. [Pseud.) See Saint-Mars. botany; revised, with additions, by G. Thur- Dashes at life. N. P. Willis

18-3528 ber. N. Y., 1860

9-33 D'Assigny, M. History of the earls and earldoms Flora cestrica : an herborizing companion for of Flanders, with a general survey of Flanthe young botanists of Chester county, Penn.

ders. L., 1701

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9-34 Dates. See Chronology. Memorials of John Bartram and Humphrey Dates and distances, showing what may be done in Marshall; with notices of their botanical con

a tour of sixteen months through various parts temporaries. Ph., 1849. 8°

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of Europe, as performed in 1829,30. L., 1831 Reliquiæe Baldwinianæ : selections from corre

276-643 spondence of William Baldwin. Ph., 1843 Daubeny, C. Climate: an inquiry into the causes

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22-316 Essay on the trees and shrubs of the ancients. Darnley. G. P. R. James

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4-116 Darras, J. E. General history of the catholic Lectures on Roman husbandry; comprehending church until the present time; with an intro

an account of the system of agriculture and duction and notes by Rev. M. J. Spalding.

the treatment of domestic animals in ancient N. Y., 1865,6. 4 v. 89 32-1674 times. Oxf., 1857. 8°

4-115 Darrell Markham. Miss M. E. Braddon 18_384 Miscellanies : being a collection of memoirs and Darrow, D., et al. Testimony of Christ's second essays on scientific subjects. Oxf., 1867. 2 v. appearing ; containing a general statement of

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11-327 all things pertaining to the faith and practice D'Aubigné. See Merle d'Aubigné. of the church of God in this latter day. Pub. D'Aubuisson, F. Treatise on hydraulics, for the ase lished by order of the ministry in union with of engineers : trans. by J. Bennett. B., 1852. the church. Union Village, 1823. 32-279

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11-102 Darryll Gap. V. F. Townsend

18-3258 Daubuz, c. See Wemyss, T: Dartmoor prison. Journal of a young man of Mas. Daughter at school. J. Todd

33-309 sachusetts

30–1932 Daughter of an empress. C. Mundt 18-3924 Dartmouth college. McClure & Parish. Summary

Daughter of night. S. W. Fullom

18-525 history of 30–563 Daughter of the regiment

18–890 vs. W. H. Woodward. Farrar, T. Report of Daughters of China. E. J. G. Bridgman 32-403

2-243 Daumas, M. J. E., et A. de Chancel. Le grand Darton, J. M. Famous girls who have become il- désert; itineraire d'une caravane du Sahara lustrious women; forming models of imita

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Daunou, P. C. F. ' The papal power; or, an hisDarwin, C. Movements and habits of climbing torical essay on the temporal power of the plants. L., 1865. 8°

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of M. Bourdon ; embracing Sturm's and HorDaurignac, J. M. S. History of the society of Jesus; ner's theorens, and practical examples. trans. by J. Clements. Cin., 1865. 2 v. N. Y., 1860

143 32-1755 Elements of analytical geometry; embracing Daveiss, J. 11. sketch of a bill for a uniform militia equations of the point, straighi line, conic

of the United States, with reflections on the sections, and surfaces of the first and second state of the nation. Frankfort, 1810 2-034

order. N. Y., 1879. 80

14-115 Davenant, Jolin. Exposition of the epistle of St. Elements of descriptive geometry, with their Paul to the Colossians; trans. by J. Allport.

application to spherical trigonometry, spheriL., 1831,2. 2 v. 8°

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cal projections, and warped surfaces. N. Y., - Treatise on justification, and

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1141 Davenani, w. (Sandford's Br. poets) 23-72

See Legendre, A. M. Davenport, J. See ('omelati, G.

22-29 Logic and utility of mathematics, with the best Davenport, J. S. Christian unity and recovery.

methods of instruction explained and illusX. Y., 1866

32-1702
trated. N. Y., 1856

11-23 Davenport, R.

The amateur's perspective. 1., Treatise on shades and shadows, and linear 1-25.49

5708
perspective. X. Y., 1857. 8°

5-612 A supplement to "The ainateur's perspective." and W. G. Peck. Mathematical dictionary, L., 1829. 4°

5-769

and cyclopedia of mathematical science. N.Y., Davenport, R. A. Dictionary of biography, com- 1855. 8°

prising the most eminent characters' of all Davies, C. M. History of Holland and the Dutch ages, nations, and professions; with numer- nation, from the beginning of the 10th century ous portraits. L., 1831

30-1708

to the end of the 18th. L., 1831. 3 v. 80 – History of the Bastile, and of its principal cap

274_2568 tives. Ph., 1846 .

2-1051 Davies, Edward. Celtic researchés, on the origin, Davenport brothers. Nichols, T. L. Biography of

traditions, and language of the ancient Brit30-1628

ons; with introductory sketches on primitive Davenpori, (iowa.) Past and present. F. B.

society. L., 1804.

274_326 Wikie

204_582 Davies, Emily. Higher education of women. L., Davenport Dunn. C. Lever

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1860

13-64 Daveries de Pontès, L. Brudes sur i'Angleterre. Davies, G. c. · songs of the church; or, psalms and Reformes sociales. P., 18633

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hymns of the protestant episcopal church, Davesies de Pontes, Mad. L.' Poets and poetry of arranged to appropriate melodies; with a full Germany ; biographical and critical notices.

set of chants. N. 1., 1859

j-1079 L., 1NON 2 v.

22-1015 Davies, Sir John. (Sanford's Br. poets) 23-69 David, king. See Psalms.

Discoverie of the true causes why Ireland was David, the king of Israel. F. W. Krummacher never entirely subdued, by England, untill

32-2413

the beginning of his maiestie's happie raigne. David; an oratorio. s. Newkomm

5-1012
L., 1747

274_1123 Dasid, T. B. Emeric. See Emeric-David, T. B. Davies, Rev. John. Estimate of the human mind; David Coppertield. C. Dickens

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a philosophical inquiry into the legitimate apDavidge, W. The drama detended. N. Y., 1859.

plication and extent of its leading faculties, as FS M. D. v. 22

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connected with the principles and obligations - Footlight tla-bes. N. Y.; 1866

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of the Christian religion. L., 1847. 8o 15-171 Dariis T. The history of ink, including its history, Davies, R. Journal, 1688–90. Camden soc. puh. chemistry, and bibliography. N. Y. 21-62

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32-1807
3 v.

2488 Davidson, J. British and Roman remains in the - Memoirs of the life of David Garrick; with char. vicinity of Axminster. L., 1833 271_32,5

acters and anecdotes of bis theatrical contemDaridson, L. M. Poetical remains; collected and poraries, forming a history of the stage for

arranged by her mother; with a biography Thirty-six years. L., 1781.2 v. en 30-1027 by Miss Sedgwick. Ph., 1841

23-146 Davies, Thomas, M. D. The preparation and Sevgwick, C. M. Life of. (8. A. B. 7) 304497 mounting of microscopic objects. L. 9-10-27 Dasilson, Miss Margaret M. Poetical remains ; Same. X. Y.

9-1029 with biography by W. Irving . 30-1748. Davies, Thomas A. Answer to Hugh Miller and Invwfs. Vis. Margaret M. Selections from writ- 1 theoretic geologists. N.Y., 1:00 9 223 115 Ph., 1N43.

23–206 : Davies, T. A. How to make money, and how to Davinderita, s Introduction to the new testament ; keep it. N. Y., 1867

1-309 Colatining an examination of the most im- Davies, T. S. The early history of the mariner's pistant questions relating to the authority,

26-020 Interprriation, and integrity of the canonical Davila, E. C storia delle guerre civili di Francia Brooks with reference to the latest inquiries. Londra, 1801,2. 6 v.

:14-2310 LIR. 3 v. 80

32-S(O) History of the civil wars of France ; trans, by - An introdution to the study of the new testa. , E. Farneworth. L., 1758. 2 v. 274029

m4nt, critical, exegetical, and theological. Da Vinci. See Vinci, L. da. LINN 28. 8

32-2003

Davis, A. Ilistory of New Amstopilam: with - Tisteetlenia-tical polity of the new testament papers on the American revolution, and on

unfolded, and its points of coincidence or dis- Philadelphia in the times of Wm. Penn. agnement with prevailing systems indicated. X. Y., 18jt

20619 392208 Davis, A. J. The great harmonia ; being a proIbave', 'W R Hubbard, F. N. lire of. (S. A B. gresive revelation of the eternal principles

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which in-pire mind and govern matter. v. 3. Possia l'un. Eleven years' residence in the family X. Y., 1-60

) 1.971 of Murut, king of Naples L., 1911 30-1-45 - The magic stat'; an autobiography. NY Ini, J:s, Christian. Sec De Foe, D.

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Davis, A. J. The present age, and inner life; a Davis, N. S. History of the American medical assequel to spiritual intercourse. N. Y., 1853. 8° sociation to Jan., 1855. Ed. by S. W. Butler.

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Ph., 1855. 80

10–148 Principles of nature, her divine revelations, and Davis, Mrs. R. H. Margret Howih 18-2065 a voice to mankind. N. Y., 1852. 8° 32–1689

18-3946 Davis, C. H. Report on interoceanic canals and Davis, Mrs. Tamar. General history of the sabbarailroads between the Atlantic and the Pacific. tarian churches. Ph., 1851

32-325 W., 1867. 8°

266–657 Davis, Thomas. Poems; with notes and an introSee United States naval observatory.

duction by J. Mitchel. N. Y., 1866 23–857 Davis, D., jr. Manual of magnetism, electro- | Davis, Thomas, M. R. I. A. Life of J. P. Curran;

magnetism, magneto-electricity, and thermo- and life of H. Grattan, by D. 0. Madden. electricity. B., 1842

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B., 1867

30-2312 Same, 12th ed. B., 1857

11-17Davis, William. A journey round the library of a Davis, E.' Half century; or, a history of changes bibliomaniac. L., 1821. (Followed by “A

that have taken place, and events that have second journey." ' 1825.) 8° 21-148 transpired, chiefly in the United States, be- Olio of bibliographical and literary anecdotes tween 1800 and 1850. B., 1851 . 264-625

and memoranda. New ed. L., 1817 21-149 Davis, E. H. See Squier, E. G.

Davis, Woodbury. The beautiful city, and the king Davis, G. L. Day-star of American freedom; or,

of glory. Ph., 1860

32-899 the birth and early growth of toleration in Davis, W. W. H. Ei Gringo; or, New Mexico and Maryland. N. Y., 1855 264-334 her people. N. Y., 1857

206-316 Davis, H. G. Conservative surgery. i. Y., 1867. History of the 104th Pennsylvania regiment, 80

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1861-1864. Ph., 1866. 80.

264_878 Davis, H. W. Specches and addresses delivered in Davison, S. Discovery and geognosy of gold de

the congress of the U. S., and on public occa- posits in Australia ; with comparisons of the sions; with a sketch of his life and character gold regions in California, Russia, India, and by J. A. J. Creswell. N. Y., 1867. 89 Brazil, and a disquisition on the origin of gold,

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in placer-deposits and in quartz veins. L., The war of Ormuzi and Ahriman in the nine

1860. 8°

296_177 teenth century. Balt., 1852. 80 292_201 Davison, W. Nicolas, N. H. Life of

30-1298 Davis, I. B. Ancient and modern history of Nice; Davout, Maréchal. Chénier, L. J. G. de. Historie comprehending an account of the foundation

de la vie

34-4867 of Marseilles ; with observations on the na- Davy, J. The angler and his friends ; or, piscatory ture, produce, and climate. L., 1807. 80

colloquies and fishing excursions. L., 1855 272-2199

20-331 Davis, Jefferson. Bledsoe, A. T. İs Davis a traitor ? The angler in the lake district ; or, piscatory

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colloquies and fishing excursions in WestCraven, J. J. Prison life of : 30-1810

moreland and Cumberland. L., 1857 20-332 Life and imprisonment; with the life and mili- Fragmentary remains, literary and scientific, of tary career of Stonewall Jackson. N. Y.,

Sir Humphrey Davy, with a sketch of his life, 1866

30-1831

and selections from his correspondence. L., Davis, John. First settlers of Virginia ; an histori- 1858. 8°

30–1164 cal novel, exhibiting a view of the rise and On some of the more important diseases of the progress of the colony at Jamestown. N. Y., army; with contributions to pathology. L., 1806

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1862. 80

10-304 Davis, John. Tracks of McKinlay and party across Physiological researches. L., 1863. 8o 9-538

Australia. Ed. by W. Westgarth. L., 1863. Davy, Sir H. Consolations in travel ; or, the last 80

296-210 days of a philosopher; with a sketch of the Davis, J. B. Thesaurus craniorum ; catalogue of author's life, and notes, by J. Green. Ph., the skulls of the various races of man. L.,

1830

30-1799 1867. 80

10_824 Elements of agricultural chemistry. N. Y., Davis, J. F. The Chinese ; a general description of 1815. 80

86 the empire of China and its inhabitants. L., Salmonia ; or, days of ily-fishing, in a series of 1836. 2 y.

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conversations; with some account of the China; a general description of that empire and habits of fishes belonging to the genus salmo. its inhabitants; with the history of foreign By an angler. Ph., 1832

20-333 intercourse down to the events which pro- Davy, J. Life of

30-1164 duced the dissolution of 1857. L., 1857. 2 v. Green, J. Life of

30-1799 284_17 Dawes, E. Philadelphia directory for 1817 25–143 Sketches of China; with observations relative

Dawes, Richard. Government scheme of education, to the present war. L., 1841. 2 v. 281–529

etc. L., 1849. 89

13-224 Davis, J. M. The pastor's offering; a series of let- Dawn

18-4038 ters on courtship and marriage. Ph., 1836 Dawn of light. M. E. Leslie

32-2428 32–67 Dawnings of genius. T. A. Buckley 30-781 Davis, J. P. Thoughts on great painters. L., 1866. Dawson, J. H. New issue of the abridged statisti. 80.

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cal history of Scotland. E., 1854. 80 Davis, L. D. The itinerant side ; or, pictures of life

276-886 in the itineracy

18–240 Dawson, J. L. [Speeches, chiefly u. s. congresLife in the laity; or, the history of a station. sional, 1852-67-pph. bound together.] 80 N. Y., 1858 . 32–1453

26_937 Davis, M. L. Memoirs of Aaron Burr; with selec- Dawson, J. W. Acadian geology: an account of tions from his correspondence. N. Y., 1838. the geological structure and mineral resources 80

30-63

of Nova Scotia, and portions of the neighborSee Burr, A. Private journal 276_880

ing provinces of British America. E., 1855 Davis, N. Carthage and her remains; an account

9-224 of the excavations and researches on the site

Archaia ; or,

studies of the cosmogony and of the Phænician metropolis in Africa. L., natural history of the Hebrew scriptures. 1861. 80

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Montreal, 1860

32-938 Ruined cities within Numidian and Carthagini. Dawson, M. Civil and military services of Majoran territories. L., 1862. 80

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gen. W. H. Harrison. Cin., 1824. 8° 30–227

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constitution of

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Day, G. E. Chemistry in its relations to physiology Humphrey, H. Life of T. H. Gallaudet 30-986
and medicine. L., 1860. 8°
8-52 Mann, E. J. Condition of

33-1061
Day, II. N. Art of discourse: a system of rhetoric. Penna. institution for; reports

13-170
N. Y., 1867
22-632 Deafness. Kitto, J. Lost senses

33-201
The art of English composition. 'N. Y., 1867 Lighthill. Treatise on

10-276
22-631 Dealings with the dead. L. M. Sargent 33-89
Elements of the art of rhetoric'; adapted for use Dean of Lismore's book

23-641
in colleges and academies, and for private Dean, A. Lectures on phrenology: Alb., 1834 10–37
study. N. Y., 1855

22-630 Dean, W. China mission; embracing a history of
Elements of logic. N. Y., 1867

15-306 the various missions among the Chinese ; with
Day, Jeremiah. An examination of President Ed-

biographical sketches of deceased mission.
wards' inquiry on the freedom of the will. aries. N. Y., 1859

286–318
N H., 1841

15-27 Deane, S. Papers in relation to the case of; printed for
- Inquiry rspecting the self-determining power the seventy-six society. Ph., 1855. 8° 262-403
of the will; or, contingent volition. N. H., Dean's daughter. Irs. Gore

18-1216
1838
15-26 Dean's English, the. G. W. Moon

22-476
– Introduction to algebra : new edition ; with ad- Deans, W. History of the Ottoman empire from

ditions and alterations by the author and A. the earliest period to the present time. L.,
D. Stanley. N. H., 1859

14-93
1854

274_3106
Day, Julia. old engagement: a spinster's story Dear experience. [Same as the Paragreens at

18–820
Paris. ] G. Ruffini

18-2699
Day, s.' Historical collections of the state of Dearborn, H. A. S. Memoir on the commerce and

Pennsylvania ; containing a copious selection navigation of the Black sea, and the trade
of interesting facts, traditions, biographical and maritime geography of Turkey and
sketches, and anecdotes, relating to its history Egypt. B., 1819. 3 v. 80

1-22
and antiquities; with topographical descrip- Dearborn, N. S. American text-book for letters.
tions of every county and all the larger towns B., [1858.) Ob. 8°

5–527
in the state. Ph. 80

264_57 Dearsley, H. R. Criminal process. Ph., 1854.80
Day, S. P. Down south ; or, an Englishman's ex-

V. 83 of 2-55
perience at the seat of the American war.

Death. Bostwick, H. Cause of nat. d. 10-132
L., 1862
266-416 Burgess, G. The last enemy

32-563
English America ; or, pictures of Canadian Hall, n. Christian philosopher triumphing in
places and people. L., 1864. 2 v. 261-516

death

32-640
Monastic institutions; their origin, progress,

Hours of sadness

32-661
nature, and tendency. L., 1855 32–1784 Sherlock, Wm. Practical discourse on 32-195
Day, T. History of Sandford and Merton 18-821 Death and life. M. G. Ware

32-1143
Sandford et Merton. Tr. de l'Anglais par Ber- Death of Abel. S. Gessner

33-1044
quin. Ph., 1848

34-5065 Death or life; or, the story of my experience on
Day, W. A. The Russian government in Poland. “the line :' being another appeal on behalf
L., 1867. 80

274_2886

of railway laborers, by one who has known
Day dawn in Africa. A. M. Scott

286-269

them for iwenty years. L., 1864 32-1444
Day dreams of a schoolmaster. D. A. W. Thomp- Death penalty. G. B. Cheever

2-608
13-228 Dymond, A. H. Law on its trial 2-644
Day in the New York crystal palace. W. C. Rich- See Crimes ; Punishment.
ards

6–918 Death-bed scenes. Neale, E. Closing scenes 32–308
Day of small things. Miss A. Manning
18–3865 Warton, J.

32-223
Day star of American freedom. G. L. Davis 264–334 Death's doings. Contributions of various writers,
Day's ride. C. Lever

18–1875

principally intended as illustrations of 30 cop-
Days and nights of salmon fishing. 'W. Scrope per plates designed and etched by R. Dagley.

20-463

v. 2 from 2d L. ed. B., 1828. 8° 33-1372
Days and ways of cocked hats. Mrs. M. A. Denison. Debate between the church and science; or, the

18-836

ancient Hebraic idea of the six days of crea-
Days of Bruce. G. Aguilar

18–75

tion ; with an essay on the literary character
Days of my life. Mrs. M. Oliphant 18-2375

of Taylor Lewis. And., 1860 32-1052
Days of shoddy. H. Morford

18-2257 Debates and proceedings in the congress of the U.
Dazincourt, J. J. B. A. de. Mémoires. v. 6 34–3519 S. ; with an appendix containing state papers
De Paris à Astrakan. A. Dumas

34-3265

and pub. doc., and all the laws of a public
De Paris à Cadix. A. Dumas

34-3264

nature, 1789–1823. [Continued in “Register
Deaconesses. Goodman, M. Sisterhoods of the

of debates in congress."] W., 1834-1855.
church of England

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32–1852 Debating.”. McElligott

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Jameson, A. Sisters of charity

2–736
bater

22-671
Ludlow, J. M. Woman's work in the church See British controversialist

17-496
32-1644 Debility. Smee, A. General d. and defective nu-
Stanley, Miss. Hospitals and sisterhoods 32–1706 trition

10-394
See Sisterhoods.

Debit and credit. G. Freytag

18-1108
Dead sea. Lynch, W.F. U. S. expedition to 28b_83 De Bode. See Bode, C. A.

Official report of U. 8. expedition 281-908 De Bow, J. D. B. Commercial review of the south
Montague, E. P. Expedition to

286-88

and west. v. 5, 15, 16, 17, 21, 24, 28, 29, and
Saulcy, L. F. J. C. de. Journey round the after war series v. 1-5. N. 0., 1848–67 1-120

28b-182 Industrial resources of the southern and western
Dead-sea fruit. M. E. Braddon

18-4086

states; embracing a view of their commerce,
Dead secret. W. W. Collins 18-683; v. 4,5 of 18-2346 agriculture, manufactures, internal improve-
Dead shot; or, sportsman's complete guide: a ments, slave and free labor, slavery institu-
treatise on the use of the gun, by a marks-

tions, products, etc., of the South. N. 0.,
man. L., 1860

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