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of Luzon, in the Philippine isles, in the year torical and economical. L. (1861) 262468
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29b-168 Elliston, R. W. Raymond, G. Lite and enterprises
Ellis, J. Avoidable causes of disease, insanity, and

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deformity. N. Y., 1860
10-389 Ellwood, T. Life by himself

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Ellis, R. Chemistry of creation; a sketch of the See Webb, Maria.

chief chemical and physical phenomena of the Ellsworth, H. W. Text-book of penmanship; with
earth, the air, and the ocean. L.

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the rules for punctuation, and directions for
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letter writing. N. Y., 1862

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Ellis, Mrs. S. S. The beautiful in nature and art. Elly, S. Ostentation; or, critical remarks on “Quaker.
L., 1866

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ism; or, the story of my life."

With an ap-
The brewer's family

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pendix by J. Post. 2d ed. Dub., 1853. So
Brother and sister
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32-1533
Chapters on wives

18-1006 El-Medinah. 'Burton, R. F. Pilgrimage to 281–227
Daughters of England

33-1050 See Medina.
The family monitor ; women of England, El-Mukattem. Lands of the Moslem ; a narrative
daughters of E., wives of E., mothers of E.

of oriental travel. N. Y., 1851. 8° 286-473
N. Y., 1848. 80

33-1050 Elmes, J. Classic quotations: a thought book.
Family secrets

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Hearts and homes

18-1007 General' and bibliographical dictionary of the
Home; or, the iron rule

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fine arts; containing explanations of the prin-
Housekeeping made easy; or, complete instruc-

cipal terms used in the arts of painting, sculp-
lor in all branches of cookery and domestic ture, architecture, and engraving ; historical
economy. Ed. by Mrs. Mowatt. N. Y., 1860 sketches of the rise and progress of their dif-

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ferent schools; and accounts of the best books
Look to the end

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on the fine arts. L., 1826. 89

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The 'mothers of England. N. v., 1844.80 Sir Christopher Wren and his times; with illus-

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trative sketches and anecdotes of the most
Same

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distinguished personages in the 17th century.
Mothers of great men.
L., 1859. go 30–1191
L., 1852. 8°

30-130.5
My brother

18–1010 Thomas Clarkson: å monograph; being a con-
Pictures of private life

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tribution towards the history of the abolition
Poetry of life. Ph., 1835. 2 v. 33-1155,935

of the slave trade and slavery. L., 1854
Pretension
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30-1447
Prevention beiter than cure; or, the moral Topographical dictionary of London and its
wants of the world we live in. N. Y., 1847 environs; containing descriptive and critical

33-447

accounts of public and private buildings, etc.
Prose works. i. Y., 1844. 2 v. go

33-935
L., 1831. 80

276-745
Temper and temperament

18–1014 Elmwood, Elnathan. See Yankee among the nulli-
Voice from the vintage

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fiers.
Wives of England, their relative duties, domes- Elocution. Apthorp, H. O. Grammar of e. 22-602
tic influence, and social obligations. N. Y., Austin, G. Chironomia .

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1843. 8°

28b-45 Bautain, M. Extempore speaking 22-604
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33–1050 Comstock, A. System of

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Women of England, their social duties and do- Cull, R. Garrick's mode of reading the liturgy
mestic habits. N. Y., 1839 33–34, 1050

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Ellis, T. T. Leaves from the diary of an army sur-

- Culver, R. Questional reader and union speaker
geon; or, incidents of field, camp, and bos-

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pital life. N. Y., 18633

26"-497 Frobisher, J. Ė. culture of voice and action
Ellis, William. Introduction to the study of the

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social sciences. L., 1849
2-648 Griffith, A. A. Lessons in

22-646
Outlines of the history and formation of the un- Gummere, S. R. Principles of

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derstanding. L., 1817
15–292 Mitchell, M. S. Manual of

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Outlines of social cconomy. i., 1860 2–646 Public speaker, the

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Philo-socrates. L., 1864.

4 v.
33-142 Russell, W. Orthophony

22-725
Progressive lessons in social science. 2d ed. Sheridan, T. Lectures

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L., 1862
2-649 Smart, B. H. Practice of

22-730
Religion in common life. . L., 1857
32–2184 Vandenhoff, G. Art of

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Thoughts on the future of the human race. L., See Eloquence; Oratory; Readers and speakers;
1806

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Speech ; Voice.
Ellis, Rev. William. History of Miadagascar ; com- Elocutionary manual. H. Corson

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prising also the progress of Christian mis. Elocutionist, the. J. S. Knowles

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sions, and an authentic account of the perse- Eloisa. J. J. Rousseau

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cution and recent martyrdom of the native Elora. Seely, J. B. Wonders of

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Christians. L. 2 v. go

284-64 Eloquence. Maury, abbé. Principles of 22-685
Narrative of a tour through Hawaii; with re- Porter, E. Lectures on e. and style 22-711

marks on the history, traditions, etc., of the See Elocution ; Oratory.

Sandwich islands. L., 1826. 80 296-248 Eloquence de la chaire. J. S. Maury 34-3515
Polynesian researches, during a residence of Eloquence of the ancients. Ld. Brougham 2-561

nearly eight years in the Society and Sand- Elphinston, J. Principles of the English language,
wich islands. L., 1831. 3 v.

29b-107 digested for the use of schools. L., 1766
Three visits to Madagascar in 1853–6 ; including

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a journey to the capital; with notices of the Propriety ascertained in her picture; or, English
natural history of the country and of the speech and spelling rendered mutual guides.
present civilization of the people. L., 1858.

L., [1780.) 4°

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281–275 Elphinstone, M. History of India; the Hindúand Ma.
Ellison, T. Hand-book of the cotton trade. L., hometan periods. 4th ed. L., 1857. 8° 284-167
1858. 8°
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Elphinstone, M. Account of the kingdom of Caubul Emerson, G. B. Report on trees and shrubs of
and its dependencies in Persia, Tartary, and Massachusetts. B., 1846. 80

4–35
India ; comprising a view of the Afghaun na- The schoolmaster-Character, studies, and duties
tion, and a history of the Dooraunee monarchy.

of the teacher. N. Y., 1848

13-171
L., 1842. 2 v. go

281–94 Emerson, G. R. London : how the great city grew.
Elsie Dinsmore. Martha Farquharson 18-1059

L., 1862

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Sequel to, under title of Holidays at Roselands Emerson, J. Letters from the Ægean. N. v.,

18-1060
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Elsie Magoon. F. D. Gage

18-1129 Emerson, R. W. Complete works; comprising his
Elsie Venner. O. W. Holmes

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essays, lectures, poems, and orations. L.,
Elsie's married life." Mrs. M. Daniel i8-2098,4048 1866. 2 v.

33-245
Elster's folly. Mrs. H. Wood
18-3738 Conduct of life. B.,

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Elton, C. Norway; the road and the fell. L., 1864 English traits. B., 1856

271_417
271_715 Essays. B., 1844. 2 v.

33-244
Elton, c. A. History of the Roman emperors, from May-day, and other pieces. B., 1867 23-942

the accession of Augustus to the fall of the last Nature; addresses and lectures. B., 1849
Constantine. L., 1825
278_2208

33-246
Specimens of the Greek and Roman classic Poems. B., 1860

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poets, from Homer to Tryphiodorus; trans- Emery, S. H. Ministry of Taunton, with incidental
lated into English verse, with notices. Ph., notices of other professions. B., 1853. 2 v.
1854. 3 v.
23-815

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Elton, J. F. With the French in Mexico. L., 1867. Emigrant's lost son ; or, life alone in the forest. G.

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H. Wall

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Elves, the. Trans. from the German of Tieck, by Emigration. British mechanic's and laborer's guide
T. Carlyle; with other tales and sketches to the United States

266-368
18–297 Bromwell, W. J. History of immigration to
Elwes, a: Guy Rivers ; ór, a boy's struggles 18-1021 the U. S.

264_350
Paul Blake

18-1022 Brown, s. r.' Western gazetteer; or, emi-
Ralph Seabrooke

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grant's directory

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Elwes, H. and J. Lives of. L.
33–153 Dufferin's Irish e.

274_1425
Elwell, J. J. Malpractice and medical evidence. Everett, E. Immigration to the U. s. 262-611
N. Y., 1866.89

10-633 Gesner, A. New Brunswick, with notes for
Elwood, A. K. Memoirs of the literary ladies of emigrants

26"-349
England. L., 1843. 2 v.
30–1448 Head, F. B. The emigrant

260-564
Elwyn, A. L. Glossary of supposed Americanisms. Maury, s. M. History of the emigrant surgeon's
Ph., 1859

22-83
bill

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Ely, A. Journal of a prisoner of war in Richmond. - Peck, J. M. Guide for emigrants to the west
N. Y., 1862
266-415

261-100
Ely, Rev. E. S. Visits of mercy; journals of a Sanderson, J. P. Opinions of Am. statesmen
preacher to hospital and alms-house in New on foreign immigration

2-848
York. 6th ed. Ph., 1829. 2 v. 32–1886 Stewart, č. Guide to new Canada 266-155
Ely lectures. Barnes, A. Evidences of Christianity See Migration.
in the 19th century
32–2354 Emigrants, the. A. Seymour

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Elzevirs. Bérard, A. S. L. Essai bibliographique Émile. J. J. Rousseau

34-3650
sur les éditions des E. .
21-10 Same

v. 8,9 of 34-4841
Emancipation. W. E. Channing
2-603 Emilia Wyndham. ' Mrs. A. Marsh

18-2103
Cochin, A. Results of .

2-619 Emilie de Coulanges. M. Edgeworth. v 3 18–977
Report of select committee on.' w., 1862. "pph. Emilius. J. J. Rousseau

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2-990 Emily Chester. A. M. Crane

18-1025
Thome and Kimbali. E. in the West Indies Emina. La princesse de Belgiojoso 34-4014

266_422 Eminent men and popular books. See Biography
- See Slavery; and also, Morley, H.

276-805
and criticism

33–774
Emanuel, H. Diamonds and precious stones; their Emma. J. Abbott

V. 2 of 18-16
history, value, and distinguishing character. Emma. Jane Austen

18-221
istics. L., 1865

9-333 Emma de Lissau : a narrative of vicissitudes and
Emanuel Philibert. A. Dumas

18-931

trials ; with notes, illustrative of the manners
Embalming. Gannal, T. N. History of 10-49

and customs of the Jews. By the author of
Greenhill, T. Art of

10-643

"Sophia de Lissau." Ph., 1855 32-318
Embankments. Wiggins, J. Practice of embank- Emmet, Robert. 2me ed. P., 1858 34-3388
ing lands from the sea

4203 Madden, R. R. Life and times of 30–1145
Embassies and foreign courts; by “The roving See Philips, c.

33-636
Englisliman." L., 1855
29a_200 Emmet, T. A. Haines, C. G. Memoir of

30–155
Emblems. Pigott, R. E. divine and moral

Memoir of

30_1145
32–2025 Emmet, T. A., m. D. Vesico-vaginal fistula from
Quarles, Ė. E. divine and moral :

23-254

parturition and other causes; with cases of
Embroidery. See Needle work.

recto-vaginal fistula. N. Y., 1868. 8° 10–861
Embury, Mrs. Emma C. Waldorf family 18–1024 Emmons, E. Agriculture of New York, comprising
Emerald isle, a poem. C. Phillips

23-428

an account of the classification, composition,
Emerald, the ; a collection of tales, poems, and es-

and distribution of the soils and rocks; with
says. B., 1866

33-914

a view of the climate and the agricultural pro-
Emeric-David, T. B. Notices historiques sur les ductions of the state. Alb., 1846–56. 5 v. 4°
chefs d'ouvre de la peinture moderne, et sur

9-1227
les maitres de toutes les ecoles. P., 1854

Geological report of the midland counties of
34-3180

North Carolina. N. Y., 1856. 8 9-338
Emerick, A. G. (ed.) Songs for the people. B., Manual of geology, for colleges and academies.
(1852.] go

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2d ed. N. Y., 1860

9-318
Emerson, c. N. Internal revenue guide. Spring- Emmons, R. Battle of Bunker hill; or, the temple
field, 1867. 8°

2-355

of liberty : an historic poem in four cantos.
Emerson, F. North American arithmetic: part

1856

23-795
third. B., 1851
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Emmons, G. F. Navy of the United States from Enfants, l'ami des. A. Berquin

34-4596 the commencement, 1775, to 1853, with a brief Enfield, E. Indian corn; its value, culture, and uses. history of each vessel's service and fate; to

N. Y., 1866

4230 which is added a list of private armed vessels Enfield, W. History of philosophy from the earliest fitted out under the American flag. W., 1853. periods; drawn up from Brucker's Historia 40

264_722

critica philosophiæ. L., 1840. 8° 15-28 Emory, W. H. Report on the v. s. and Mexican Engel, c. Introduction to the study of national boundary survey. W., 1857. 3 v. 4°

music. L., 1866. 8o.

5-1067 266-1002 Music of the most ancient nations, with special Emotional disorders. Wm. Murray 10-701

reference to recent discoveries in western Asia, Emotions. Bain, A. The e. and the will 15-162

and in Egypt. L., 1864. 8°

5-1028 Cooke, W. Mind and the e. 10-546 Engel, M. Sce H. Siddons

24-73 Émotions 'de Polydore Marasquin. İ. Goslan Engelbrecht, J. C. Materia musica ; a class-book

34-3368

containing the principles of music, applied to Empire, the. Goldwin Smith 272_1086 piano-forte playing. B., 1868

5-1128 Empire chinois. L'abbé Huc

34–3961 Englehardt, C. Denmark in the early iron age, Employer and employed, rights of. M. Justitia

illustrated by recent discoveries in the peat 2–1013

mosses of Slesvig. L., 1866. 4o. 274_40:37 Crumpe, s. Essay on the best means of pro- Engelmann, w. Bibliotheca historico-naturalis. viding employment for the people 3-86

Verzeichniss der Bücher über Naturgeschichte, Penny, V. Employment of women 6-911

(1700–1846.) Erster band. Leip., 1846. 8* Emporium of the arts and sciences, conducted by

21-179 John R. Coxe. v. 1,2. Ph., 1812. 8° 6–846 Bibliotheca zoologica-verzeichniss der schriften En avant, messieurs! G. H. D. Mathias 33-1339

über Zoologie, welche in den periodischen En quarantaine. É. Souvestre

34-3791

Werken enthalten und vom Jahre, 1846-1860, En famille. E. Souvestre

34-3789

selbständig erscheinen sind. Bearb. von J. Enamellirg. See Gessert, M. A.

5–466

V. Carus und W. Engelmann. Erster Band. Enault, É. Danielle. [Echo des feuilletons, 224 Leip., 1861. 80

v. 2 of 21-179 ann.]

34-4733 See Enslin, T. C. F. Bibliotheca med. Énault, L. Alba. 'P.. i860 :

34-3295 Engineer, the.' L., 1860–68. 9 v. 4o. 6-1021 Christine. 3me ed. P., 1861 34-3296 J. Abbott

v. 7 of 18–15 Nadéje. 2me ed. P., 1860

34-3298 Engineering. Appleton's dictionary of machines. Same.“ [Echo des feuilletons, 22° ann.] 34-4733 &c.

6-804 La rose blanche. P., 1857

34-3294 Brees, s. c. illust: glossary of pract, architecStella. P., 1863

34-3299
ture and civil engineering

6-22 La vierge du Liban. 2me ed. P., 1860 34–3297 Burnell, G. R. Annual retrospect

6-25 See Chatillon, A. de 34-3119 Byrne, O. Pocket-book for.

6-28 Encamping. Polybius. Roman encampment 292_412 Campin, F. Mechanical e.

6-478 Rhodes, G. Tents and tent-life 29a_103 Cresy, E. Encyclopædia of civil e. 6-35 See Military.

Fairbairn, W. Useful information for engineers Enchanted beauty. W. Elder 33-1130

6–48 Enchiridion. F. Quarles

33-95

Hoskola, H. D. Mining, surveying, engineer Encore les femmes. A. Karr

34-3431
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0-347 Encouragements de la jeunnesse. J. N. Bouilly Humber, W.

Record of modern e. 6-1007

34-5071 Lacroix, E. Bibliog. des ingénieurs, des archEncyclopædia Americana. Ed. by F. Lieber and

ictes, etc.

21-325,6 others. Ph., 1829–47. 14 v. 89. 33–1259 Moseley, H. Mechanical principles of e. 11-120 Encyclopædia Britannica ; or, dictionary of arts, Nystrom, J. W. Technological education for sciences, and general literature. 8th ed. B., engineers

6-66 1860. 22 v. 4° 33–1268 Rankine, W. J. M. Manual of

6-69 Same. Pub. by® T. Dobson.' Ph., 1798-1803. Rules and tables

14-137 21 v. 4° 33-1267 Rudiments of civil e.

6-79 Encyclopædia. Bible cyclopædia

32-2020 Sganzin, M. I.

Civil e.

6–81 Brewster, D. Edinburgh e.

33–1266 Stevenson, D. Civil e. of North America 6-91 Hall, W. H. New e.

33-1500 Stuart, B. How to become a successful engiHoward, G. S. New royal cyclopædia 33–1501

13-216 Nicholson, W. British e.

33-1263 Warr, G. M. Dynamics, machinery, equilibrium See Conversations-lexicon ; Cyclopædia ; Dic

of structures, and strength of materials 11-111 tionary; Dictionnaire ; and names of special Weale, J. Dictionary of terms

6-77 subjects.

Whewell, W. Mechanics of e.

11-309 Encyclopédie théologique. See Brunet, G.

Weisbach, J. Mechanics of e.

11-74 End of prelacy. R. C. Shimeall .

32–1664 See Military, and names of engineers, particular Endrulat, B. Das Schillerfest in Hamburg, 1859. engineering subjects, and individual works. Hamb., 1860. go

34-2408 Engineering facts and figures for 1863–6; an anEndymion. J. Keats

23-381

nual register of progress in mechanical enEnéide, 1. P. Virgilius Maro. Trad. par J. Delille.

gineering and construction. [First edited by 34-3892

A. B. Brown.) L., 1863-6. 4 v. 6–24 Energy. Mrs. Hofland 18-1442 Engineer's manual

6-979 Enfance de Jésus, on l'éducation chretienne. A. Engineer's power loom. G. White

6–419 Monod .

34-4556 Engines. Rankin, W. J. M. Steam e. and other Enfance, littérature de l'. A. Vinet

34-4593
prime movers

6-128 Entances célèbres. Mme L. Colét

34-5077 See Machinery; Steam engines. Enfans, les. Mme Guizot 34-5431 Engines of war. J. W. Jervis

6-135 Enfant de ma femme, l'. c. P. de Kock

34-4758 England, J. Miraculous restoration of Mrs. Ann Enfant des bois, l'. E. Berthet

3+3914

Mattingly. Charleston, 1830. 80 32-1518 Enfant maudit, etc. H. de Balzac 34–3063} England, (the united kingdom of Great Britain and Enfant du siècle. A. de Musset

34-3593

Ireland.) (Titles of subdivisions of this artiEnfants de l'amour. E. Sue

34–4842

cle, as arranged below: Constitution ; Cabinet, Enfants de la neige. A. Aufavre .

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court, and parliament; Government service Enfants du boulevard. H. de Kock

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resources; Army and navy; Miscellaneous
politics and government history ; Education,
religion, and sociology ; Domestic and social
lite; Antiquities; General history; Travels,
topography, tours, etc. ; Miscellany. N. B.

For laws, see Law.]
Constitution.
Bagehot, W. English constitution 274_42
Brodie, G. Constitutional history of the British
empire .

272_118 Broom, H. Constitutional law

2-321 Brougham, H. British constitution 274_124 Creasy, E. S. English constitution 274-302 Ewald, A, C. “Our constitution” 274_376 Fischel, E. English constitution. 274_395 Fonblanque, A. How we are governed 274-405 Hallam, H. Constitutional history of E. 274–518 Hensman, A. P. Hand-book of the constitution

274-541 Howley, E. English constitution 274-576 May, T. E. Constitutional history of E., 1760– 1860

274_825 Rowland,' D.' Manual of the constitution

272_1028 Russell, J. English government and constitution

274_1041 See Constitutions; Government. Cabinet, court, and parliament. Amos, A. Observations on statutes of reformation parliament

27_13 Auckland, W. E., Là. Journal and correspond

274_40 Bedford's correspondence

274_56 Bonaparte, L. Histoire de la parlement Anglaise

34-4904 Burke, E. Correspondence, 1744-1797 270-160 Burton, T. Diary in the parliaments of 1656-9

274_180 Castlereagh, Viscount. Memoirs and correspondence

274_213 Chatham, earl of

. Correspondence 274_241 Clarendon, H. State letters and diary for 1687-90

274_262 Coke, R. Detection of the court and state. [Stuart period]

274_271 Cornwallis, Ld. Correspondence . 274_1023 Colchester, Lord. Diary and correspondence

274–274 DeFoe, D. History of the union between E. and Scotland

274_329 Four years of a liberal government 32-2503 Gardiner, S. R., (ed.) Debates in 1610

v. 81 of 274_195 Grant, J. Random recollections of the house of lords, 1830–6

30-244 The British senate. Second series of random recollections of the lords and commons

30-243 Grenville papers

274_480 Hale, M. Jurisdiction of the lords' house, or parliament

274_505 Hatsell, J. Precedents of proceedings in the house of commons

274_4051 Hutton, R. H. Studies in parliament 270_595 Jesse, J. H. Memoirs of the court of England, during the reign of the Stuarts 274_634

Court of England, 1688–1760 274_633 Lewis, G. C. Administration, 1783–1830

274_726 Mair. Debrett's illustrated house of commons and judicial bench

274_327 Manchester, Duke of. Court and society from Elizabeth to Anne

274_793 Michelsen, E. H.

E. since the accession of Victoria

274_841 - Olifield, T. 1. B. ' Boroughs of G. B., with cinque ports

274_894 -- Representative history of G. B. and Ireland

England, Parry, C. H. Parliaments and councils

274_922 Peel, R. Memoirs

274_940 Speeches in house of commons 274_941 Pepys, S. Diary. (Charles II and James HI]

278_942 Proceedings in Keni–1640. Camden soc. pub. V. 80

274_195 Raikes, T. Journal, 1831–1847

274_981 Private correspondence with Wellington

27-982 – Rose; w. g. Diary and correspondence

274_1020 Sidney, H. Diary of the times of Charles II

274_1075 Six year old parliament :

274_1082 Thoms, W. J. Book of the court 279.93 Todd, A. Parliamentary government in E.

274_1155 Townsend, w. c. House of commons 272_1160 Walpole, H. Letters

274_1201 Wraxall, N. W. Memoirs of my own time1772–1784

274_1238 Posthumous memoirs

274_1239 See Long parliament; Parliamentary govern

ment; Statesmen. Government service and establishments. Black book, the

274-90 Bree, J. Naval, military, and civil est. during 14th century

274_4016 Guide to employment in civil service 274_486 Our postal and revenue establishments 274–901 Parkinson, J. C. Under government 270_918 See Who's who; Grande Bretagne in the Al

manach de Gotha ; Great Britain in Martin's Statesman's year book; Great Britain in Ainer

ican annual cyclopedia. Commerce, finance, and resources. Bristed, J. Hints on the national bankruptcy

27_110 Resources of the British empire 279-111 Gladstone, W. E. Financial statements 1-170 Doubleday, F. Financial hist, of E. 1-146 Northcote, S. H. Financial policy of 1-151 Present state of G. B.

1-206 Sinclair, J. History of public revenue 274-1079 See Bank of England ; Coinage ; Commerce ;

Customs ; Finance; National debt ; Revenue;

Taxes.
Army and navy.
Adams, W. H. D. Famous ships

27446 Anderson, A. Journal of the forces under Pigot,

Abercrombie, and Hutchinson 286-903 Barrow, J. Naval worthies of Elizabeth's reign

30-1593 Beamish, N. L. King's German legion 27-64 Bourne, H. R. F. English seamen under the Tudors

296-314 Campbell, J. Lives of the British admirals

30-1150 Connelly, T. W. J. Royal sappers and miners

274_286 Drake, s. Heroes of England 30-1408 Entick, J. British marine

274_4020 Esquiros, A. English seamen and divers

270-609 Field exercise and evolutions of infantry Fonblanque, A. Administration and organization of the British army

6-600 - Gleig, G. R. Eminent British commanders

30-203 James, w. Naval history of Great Britain

274_621 War between G. B. and u.s. :

264_987 Jameson, R. Record of the Cameron Highlanders

274_1338 Johns and Nicholas. Naval and military heroes

274_639 Kincaid, j. Adventures in the ritie brigade

274_895

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England. Kingston, W. H. G. Blue jackets

274-692
Leeke, W. Ld. Seaton's regiment : 274_718
Martineau, H. England and her soldiers 272_801
Maxwell, W. H. Victories of Wellington

274_821
Nicolas, H. History of the royal navy 271-878
Our naval position and policy

274_899
Pasley, C. W. Military policy and institutions

272-927
Rafter, Capt. The guards

274_978
Regulations for volunteer force

6-678
Rennie, D. F. British arms in China and Japan

286-474
Sinclair, Å. Reminiscences of discipline, cus-

toms, and usages in royal navy 274_1077
- Sherer, M. Military memoirs of the Duke of
Wellington,

30-558
Southey, R. Early naval history of E. 27-1101
White, T. E. Rise and progress of naval power

273_1230
See Battles; Cavalry ; Crimea; Hospitals ; Mili-

tary ; Peninsular war; Shipwrecks; Thirty
years war; Waterloo.
Miscellaneous politics and govt. history.
Adderley, C. B. Relations with the colonies
[1862)

274-8
Anstey,
T. C. 'Plea of the

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271_34
Bulwer, E. L. The present crisis (1834)

32-2503
Buxton, c. Ideas of the day on policy 272–183
Cobbett, W. Manchester lectures 2-617
Fame and glory of E. vindicated 276_11
Haller, A. V. Moderate monarchy 274_520
Jenkinson, C. Collection of treaties 1648–1783

272_630
Junius' letters

274_651 to 4
Lauderdale, Earl of. Letters to the peers of
Scotland

274_715
Lester, C. E. Condition and fate of E. 270-10
Glory and shame of E.

27b-9
Marsh, it. Politics of G. B. and France 272_3501
Miller, J. Historical view

274_844
North Briton, the

274_1252
Regnault, E. Criminal history

of the English

274_1000
Shebbeare, J. Letters to the people 27-1073
Somers, Lord. Rights of Englishmen 2-866
Twysden, Sir R. Considerations V. 45 of

274_195
See Colonial policy ; Colonies; Corn laws; Elec-

tions; Government; International policy; Re-

form ; Schleswig-Holstein question.
Education, religion, sociology.
Carrel, A. Counter-revolution for reëstablish-
ment of popery

274_206
Children's employment commission, (1862.)
Fifth report. L., 1866. fo

2-1106
Cobden, J. White slaves

276_737
Collings, J. Establishment of common schools

13-93
Davesiès de Pontes, L. Études sur l'angleterre

34-4437
Eden, F. M. State of the poor 274_4041
Education, 1865. Revised code of regulations.
Hamilton, Sir W.+ Discussions on university re
form

15–252
Heywood, J. Academic reform and university
representation

13-107
Hill, F. Children of the state

2-714
Kay, J. Social condition and education of the
people

2-755
Mair, R. H. Educator's guide

13-131
Manning, H. E. England and Christendom

32-2279
Maurice, F. D. Representation and education

274_818
Progress of science in E.

England. Report of capital punishment commission,

with minutes of evidence. L., 1866. 8° 2-686
Rollin, L. Decline of E.

274_1015
Senior, N. W. Suggestions on popular educa.
tion

13-198
Smith, G. Religion of ancient Britain 32-1676
Timbs, J. Progress of education in England

30-1357
Wiese, G. German letters on English educa-
tion

13-240
See British muse

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Cambridge; Church;
Education ; Libraries ; Oxford; Reform ;

Schools.
Domestic and social life.
Andrews, A. Eighteenth century 274_21
Berry, M. Comparative view of social lite in
England and France

274_76
Brookes, J. Manners and customs of the English
nation.

272_121
Burke, B. Romance of the aristocracy 272_148
Clarke, S. R. Conversations

27_268
Collier, W. F. Pictures of the periods 18–697
Craik, G. L. Romance of the peerage 272–119
Fenn, J. Paston letters

274_391
Goodman, W. Social hist. of G. B. during
reigns of Stuarts

27-463
Home life of ladies in the 17th century 272_564
Morgan, J. F. Norman occupation 274_855
Our English home

272_896
Savage, J. Memorabilia

274_1061
Taine, H. Mæurs et lettres au XVIIIe siècle

34-4673
Taylor, Emily. E. and its people 274-1123
Timbs, J. Nooks and corners of English life

274_1153
Wright, T. Domestic manners and sentiments
during the middle ages

27_1247
See Folk lore; Heraldry; Manners and customs.
Antiquities.
Akerman, J. Y. Remains of pagan Saxondom

2744040
Bigsby, R. oid places revisited 274_82
Brewer, J. N. Introduction to beauties of E.
and Wales

276_473
Boutell, C.

Christian monuments of E. and
Wales

279-96
Manual of British archæology 274_97
Eccleston, J. Introduction to English a. 272360
Godwin, H. Archæologist's handbook 2744.58
Grose, F. A. A. of E. and Wales 274_4012
Lyson, s. Our British ancestors 272-760
Poste, B. Britannic researches 274_959
Strutí, J. Dress and habits of the people of E.

274_40448
Regal and ecclesiastical a.

274_4047
Wright, T. Coli, Roman, Saxon 27_1244
See Anglo-Saxon; Stonehenge.
General history-from before Norman
conquest to recent dates.
Bartle, G. Synopsis

274_12
Berard, A. B. School history 274_73
Bigland, J. History, to 1812 27_80
Calcott, Lady. Little Arthur's history (to
1820]

274_188
Collier, w. F. History of the British empire

274-280
Corner, J. "History of E., adapted to youth
[to 186:3]

274_294
Craik und Macfarlane. Pictorial history of E

274_296,7
Cunningham, G. G. "History of E. in lives
of Englishmen

30-5:00
Dulcken, H. W. Picture history of E.

272_347
Guldsmith, o. 'Abridgment (to death of
Geo. II]

272-461
Goodrich, s. g.' Pictorial history, to 1845

27°4468
Keightley, T. History of E [10 1839

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