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Grands hommes 'en robe de chanıbre. A. Dumits Grant, U. S. Denison, C. W. The tanner boy 34-3219
30-1515 Grange, E. et x. de Montépin. The Corsican For president, etc.
264_1021 brothers. F's S. D. v. 12 24-221 Headley, J. T. Life of
30-2367 Granger, J. Biographical history of England, from
Grant and Sherman
30-1807 Egbert the great to the revolution. 5th ed. Headley, P. C. Hero boy
30-15.34 L., 1924. 6 v. 80
274_471 Larke, J. K. Gen. Grant and his campaigns See Caulfield, J.
26_,531 Granier de Cassagnac, A. de. Causes de la
Grant and his venerals
30-2016 révolution Française. P., 1850 34-4588 Phelps, C. A. Lite and political services of Grant, Alexander. Einics of Aristotle, illustrated
30-2387 with essays and notes. v. 1,2. L., 1857,8. Richardson, A. D. Personal history of 30-2406 80
15-136 Stowe, II. B. Men of our times 30-2375 Grant, Allan.' [Pseudj See Wilson, J. G. Grantham, J. Tron ship-building; with practical Grant, Anne. Essays on the superstitions of the
illustrations. L., 1858
6-615 Highlanders of Scotland. L., 1811. 2 v. Grantly manor. G. Fullerton
18-1116 274_1406 Grants to the eastern coast of Central America Memoir and correspondence. Ed. by J. P. Grant. commercial and agricultural company, by the 2. ed. L., 1845. 3 v.
state of Guatemala. 2d ed. L., 1810. So Memoirs of an American Jady, with sketches of
260-64 manners and scenery in America, as they Granville, A. B. St. Petersburg ; à journal of existed previous to the revolution. N. Y., travels to and from that capital. L., 1829. 1846
276-93 Grant, Asabel, The Nestorians ; or, the lost tribes
, The spas of England and principal sea-bäthing containing evidence of their identity. N. Y., places. L., 1841. 3 v.
32-98 Spas of Germany. 2d ed. L., 1839. 80 277-945 Laurie, T. Dr. Grant and the mountain Nes- Granville, G. (Bell's poets of G. B.) 23-178 torians.
32-441 Granville, Mary. See Delany. Grant, Charles. History of Mauritius; er, the isle of
Granville de Vigne. L. De Larame 18-1393 France, and the neighboring islands. L., Grapes and grape culture. Allen, J. F. Culture of 1801. 4°
4-66 Grant, Colesworthy. Anglo-Indian domestic lite; Du Breuil
, A. Vineyard culture improved 4-290 a letter from an artist in India to his mother Fuller, A. S.' Grape culturist
4-186 in England. Calcutta, 1862. 80 286-398 Hoare, c. Cultivation of the gråpe vine 4-19 Rural life in Bengal; illustrative of Anglo-Indian Husmann, G. Cultivation of the native grape suburban life. L., 1860. 80 286-388
4-249 Grant, E. B. Beet root sugar and the cultivation Mead, P. B. American
American grape culture 4-271 of the beet. B., 1867 .
6-329 Mohr, F. The grape vine; its management Grant, G. Panorama of science; or, guide to knowl
4-282 edge. L., 1852
11-94 Muench, F. American grape culture 4-224 Grant, James. Bench and bar. ' Ph., 1839.2 v. Strong, W. C. Culture of the grape 4-231
30-32 Woodward, G. E. and F. W. Graperies 4-215 The British senate; or,
second series of random See Wine. recollections of the lords and commons. Ph., Grasses. Buckman, J. Natural history of 4-238 1838. 2 v.
30-243 Flint, C. L. .Grasses and forage plants 4-58 Every-day life' in London. Ph., 1839.2 v.
Gratitude ; an exposition of the 103d psalm. J. 276_720 Stevenson
32-544 Greai metropolis. N. Y., 1837 279-474 Grattan, H. Select speeches, and letter
on the Same. 2d series. Ph., 1838. 2 v. 274_473
union, with a commentary on his career and Impressions of Ireland and the Irish. Ph., 1845
character, by D. 0. Madden. Dub., 1845. 274_59 80
33-037 Random recollections of the house of lords, from Madden, D. o.' Life of :
30-2312 1830 to 1836. Ph., 1836
30-244 See Phillips, C. Sketches of London. Ph., 1839.
Grattan, T. C. Agnes de Mansfeldt 18_3863 276_735 Chance medley of light matter
1_1066 Walks and wanderings in the world of literature. Civilized America. L., 1859. 2 v. 80 266-345 Ph., 1840. 2 v.
33-74 History of the Netherlands. Ph., 1831 27_2799 Grant, James, (barrister.) Law of corporations.
History of Switzerland. L., 1832 . 274 22.59 Ph., 1854 v. 82 of 2-55 Jacqueline of Holland
18-1257 Grant, James. (R. A.) Adventures of Rob Roy Grauert, E. F. New method for learning the
Portuguese language. N. Y., 1863 22-99 Bothwell: 18-1247 Grave et gai. A. F. Tytler
34-5059 C'avaliers of fortune ; or, British heroes in for. Graveyards. Walker, G. A. Gatherings from eign wars. L., 1859 30-1098
294_246 Jane Seaton ; or, the king's advocate 18-1249
10-639 Mary of Lorraine
18-1252 Graver thoughts of a country parson. A. K. H. Oliver Ellis ; or, the fusiliers
32-1031 Grant, J. A. A walk across Africa ; or, domestic Graves, Mrs. A. J. Women in America ; an exnotes from my Nile journal. E., 1864. 8°
amination into the moral and intellectual 286_484
condition of American female society. N. Grant, Judith S. See Divighi, 11. G. o.
2-694 Grant, R. History of plıysical astronomy to the Graves, J. R. Sec Brownlow, w. g. middle of the 19th century. L., 1852. 8° | Graves, R. Lectures on the four last books of the
pentateuch ; designed to show the divine Grant, v. s. ' Report of the armies of the United
origin of the Jewish religion. 9th ed. L., States, 1864,65. 80
33 Adams, W. T. Our standard bearer 30-2395 Graves, R. J. Studies in physiology and medicine. Badeau, A. Military history of 30-2343
Ed. by W. Stokes. L., 1863. go 10-187 Coppée, H. Grant and his campaigns 26–726 Gravesend, history of. R. P. Cruden. 271-310
Gravitation. See Mechanics.
18–1259 Gray, Alonzo. Elements of chemistry, experimental and theoretical. N. Y., 1854
8-95 – Elements of natural philosophy. N. Y., 1850
11-86 Gray, Asa. The botanical text-book, for colleges,
schools, and private students; comprising an introduction to structural and physiological botany, and principles of systematic botany. 2d ed. N. Y., 1845
9-38 Same. 3d ed. Ñ. Y., 1850. go
9-39 First lessons in botany and vegetable physiology. N. Y., 1863. 8
9-41 Manual of the botany of the northern United
States. (The Mosses and Liverworts, by W. S. Sullivant.) 4th revised edition, to which is added garden botany. N. Y., 1863. 80
9-40 Gray, Barry. (Pseud.] See Coffin, R. B. Gray, D. Poems; with memoirs of his life. B., 1864
23-749 Gray, Mrs. Hamilton. History of Rome, for young persons. 2d ed. L., 1858
272_2262 Emperors of Rome, from Augustus to Constan
tine, being a continuation of the history of Rome. L., 1850
274-2263 History of Etruria. L., 1843,4. 2 v. 80 274–2264 Tour to the sepulchres of Etruria in 1839. 3d ed. L., 1843
276-621 Gray, Henry. Anatomy, descriptive and surgical.
2d Amer, from the enlarged Lond. edition. Ph., 1867. R. 8°
10–1007 Gray, James. The mediatorial reign of the Son of God. Balt., 1821. 89
32-1099 Gray, John. Lectures on the nature and use of money. E., 1848. 8°
1-98 Gray, S. O. British sea-weeds. L., 1867 9-96 Gray, T. Poetical works. Edited, with a life, by J. Mitford. B., 1862
23-294 Same, edited by H. Reed. Pl., 1853 23-294a
23-496 and W. Mason. Correspondence. Edited by
J. Mitford. 2d ed. L., 1855. 8° 30-1646 Gray, W. Historical sketch of the origin of English
prose literature. Oxf., 1835. 80 22-1067 Gray. See Grey. Graydon, A. Memoirs of a life chiefly passed in
Pennsylvania within the last sixty years.
30-213 Grayson, E. Standish the Puritan
18-1262 Grayson, W. J. James L. Petigru; a biographical sketch. N. Y., 1866
30-1751 Graziella. A. de Lamartine
34-3476 Great and good ; or, Alfred, the father of his people
30-1544 Great and good deeds of Danes, Norwegians, and Holsteinians. 0. Malling
274-2778 Great battles of the British army. New edition, in
cluding the Russian war. L., 1855 274_45 Great Britain and Ireland, united kingdom of.
Antiquities, bibliography and topog
274_101 Camden, W. Britannia
279-190 Capper, B. P. 'Topographical dictionary 25-90 Chambers, R. Book of days
33-953 Gough, R. British topography
21-310 McCaul, J. Britanno Roman inscriptions
274_770 Macpherson, J. Introduction to history of
27a-4017 Nicolson, W. English, Scotchi, and Irish historical libraries
21-536 Simpson, J. Y. Archaic sculpturings 272_3546 The topographer
274_4054 Travels. Bartlett, W. H. Illustrated views of 276–1216
Great Britain and Ireland-continued.
Bradshaw's itinerary for railway and telegraphic conveyance
276-579 Burritt, E. London to John O'Groat's 270-687 Colton, C. Four years in G. B. 275-139 Cruttwell, C. Tour through
270-297 Gilpin, W. Observations on
276-358 Haussez, Baron d’, Great Britain in 1833
276_144 Howitt, W. and M.' Ruined abbeys and castles
27-073 Humphrey, H. ' Tour in
270-157 Jones' views of the seats of noblemen and gentlemen
270-1227 Kohl, J. G. Ireland, Scotland, and England
276-221 Latocnaye, M. de. Promenade d'un Français dans la Grand-Bretagne
34-4815 Lippincott, S. J. Stories and legends 27"-445 Newte, T.' Tour in E. and Scotland in 178.5
276-39.5 Stewart, c. S. Sketches of society in 276_178 Richardson, M. A. Borderer's table-book
272_1003 Victoria's journal
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25-47 Burn, J. S. History of parish registers 27-165 Campbell, J. Survey of
25-307 Massy, R. T. Mixed tribes in Great Britain and Ireland examined
274.809 McCormick, J. State papers and letters 271-773 See British empire ; England; Colonies ; Natu
ral history; and names of sub-divisions. Great cities of the ancient world. T. A. Buckley
299_75 Great cities of the middle ages. T. A. Buckley
274_3374 Great cities of the world. J. Frosi
29a_74 Great commanders. G. P. R. James 30-1010 Great consummation. J. Cumming 32-1041 Great consummation. J. A. Seiss
32-1064 Grcat country, the. G. Rose
206-097 Great Eastern, voyage du. 0. Comctiant 31-4162 Great elm, the. J. Abbott
v. 9 of 18-15 Great events described by distinguished historians, ed. by F. Lieber
29_20 Great exhibition, the. H. P. Aroid :
270-925 See Industrial exhibitions. Great expectations. C. Dickens
18-865 Great expectations realized. E. H. B. Mason
32-10.382 Great facis. F. c. Bakewell
6-810 Great governing families of England. J. L. Sandford and M. Townsend
274_10.18 Great harmonia, the. A. J. Davis
32-1351 Great Hoggarty diamond. W. M. Thackemy
18-3193 Great iron wheel examined.' w. G. Brownlow
32-1552 Great metropolis. J. Grant
274_473,4 Great preparation. J. Cumming
32-906 Great question. H. A. Boardman
32-573 Great rebellion, the. J. M. Botts
264_838 - J. T. Headley
26a_493 Great Salt lake. "Gunnison, J. W. The Mormons in
204_288 See Salt lake. Great stone-book of nature. T). T. Ansted 9-20.5 Great tribulation. J. Cumming
32-133 Greatest plague of lite. H. and A. Mayhew 18-2100 Greathed, H. H. Letters written during the siege of Delbi. L., 1858. go
286-315 Greatness and decline of César Birotteau. “H. de Balzac.
18-270 Grebo language, dictionary of. J. Payne 22-11 Grebo prayer hook. Bede kinede
34-2921 Grecian a rehitecture, beauty in. Aberdeen 5-373 Grecian stories. M. Hack
Rangabe, A. R. Progress and
Greece. Antiquities, manners, and customs. Greece-continued.
Anthon, C. Grecian. antiquities 27_3051 Miscellany,
Greece and the Greeks of the present day Heeren, A. H. L. Ancient Greece 274_3150
276-429 Hermann, C. F. Political antiquities 274_3154 Becker, W. A.' Charicles
274-3039 Müller, C. 0. The Doric race 274_3110 Benjamin, 8. G. W. The Turk and the Greek Potter, J. Antiquities of Greece 274-3210,1
27b-918 St. John, J. A. Manners and customs of Chase, T.' Hellas, her monuments, etc. 270-618 ancient Greece
274_3225 History of modern Greece, with a view of its · Smith, W. Dictionary of antiquities 272_3239 geography, antiquities, and present condition Wachsmuth, W. Antiquities of the Greeks
A. R. Progress and present position History.
274-3218 Bonner, J. Child's history of 274_3076 Stephanini, J. 'Personal narrative: 30–499 Clinton, H. F. Civil and literary chronology Stuart, R. Monuments of
274_3092 Wordsworth, C. Description of 270_539 Clough, A. H. 'Greek history from Themistocles See Antiquities; Athens ; Coins and coinage; to Alexander
East; Eastern Europe; Ionian islands; LeComstock, J. L. Greek revolution 274_3102
vant; Macedonia ; Manners and customs; Duruy, V. Histoire grecque
Morea ; Mythology ; Numismatics.
276_539 Curtius, E. History of
27a-3105 Greck, the, and the Turk. E. E. Crowe 285-327 Finlay, G. Greece under the Romans 274_3125 Greek church. Finlay, G. Byzantine and Greek Byzantine and Greek empires, 716 to 1453 empire.
274-3126 27«-3126 Haxthausen's Russian empire
276-574 From crusaders to Turks 271_3127 Neale, J. M. Holy eastern church 32-868 Greece under Othoman and Venetian domi
Essays on liturgiology
Southgate, H. Visit to the Syrian church Hellenic kingdom and Greek nation 271_3130
286-472 History of the Greek revolution 274_3129 - See Eastern church. Gillies, J. History of ancient
274-3136 Greek colonies. Rochette, D. R. Histoire critique Goldsmith, 0. History of Greece 274-3137 to 9 de l'etablissement des colonies grecques Gordon, T. History of 274_3141
34-4535 Grote, G. History of
27a-3145 Greek language and literature. Grammar and History of Greece. S. P. C. K. 272_3286
lexicography. Howe, 8. G. Historical sketch of 274_3158 Buttmann, P. Griechische grammatik 34-2393 Keightley, T. History of
Greek grammar for higli schools 22-54 Malkin, F. History of
22-53 Millingen, J. Memoirs of the affairs of 274-3188 Cassel's lessons in Greek
22-65 Mitford, W. History of
272_3192 Goodwin, W. W. Syntax of the Greek verb Müller, c. 0. History and antiquities of the
22-94 Doric race
274_3110 Hadley, j. Greek granimar for schools and Pococke, E., et al. History of Greece 272_3206
22-106 Schmitz, L. History of 272_3228 Hedericus, B. Græcum lexicon
34-494 Smith, W. History of . 274_3234 Junius, L. The Greek verb
22-141 Stanyan, T. Grecian history
274-3238 Külner, R. Grammar of the Greek language Tennent, J. E. History of modern 274_3242
22-146 Thirlwall, C. History of
272_3247 Liddell and Scott. "GreckEnglish lexicon Thucydides. Grecian war 272_3254 to 7
22-391 De bello peloponnesiaco
34-342 Parkhurst, J. 'Greek and English lexicon 10 Travels and geography.
the new testament
22-193 Anderson, R. Peloponnesus and Greek islands Port Royal. Greek grammar
Primitives of the Greek tongue . 22-204 - Baird, H. M. 'Travels in
276_415 Winer, G. B. Grammar of the new testament Barthelemy, J. J. Travels of Anacharsis the diction
22-288 younger in G.
276_52 Versification. Voyage du jeune Anacharsis en Grèce
Hermann, G. Elementa doctrinæ metricæ 34-4504,4871
34-384 Blaquiere, E. Letters from
276-199 O'Brien, w. Ancient rhythmical art 22-701 Bremer, F. Travels in
276_642 Tate, J. Introduction to Greek metres 22-731 Chandler, R. Travels in
History and selections. Colton, W. Views of 276-238 Anstice, J. Choric poetry
234813 De Vere, A. Picturesque sketches of 270_397 Bland and Merrivale. Greek anthology 33–147 Sketches of G. and Turkey
275-230 Browne, R. W. History of Greek literature Giffard, E. Visit to 276-54
22-947 Hand-book for travellers 276_496 Burges, G. Greek anthology
33-109 Modern traveller
296_275 Coleridge, H. N. Study of the Greek classic Olin, S. Greece and the golden horn 276-774
22-981 Pausanias. Descriptio Graeciae
34-329 Cleveland, c.'s. 'Compendium of classical Pericardis, G. A. Grece of the Greeks 276–861
22-976 Senior, N. W. Journal in 276-521 Darley, G. D. 'The Grecian drama
22-1010 Slade, A. Travels in
276–125 Donaldson, J. W. History of the Greek drama Smith, W. Dictionary of geography 25-104
22-1029 Sonnini, C. S. Travels in
22-421 Stanbope, L. Greece in 1823,4
271-55 Elton, C. A. Specimens of Greek poets 2:3-813 Stephens, J. L. Travels in
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Greek language and literature-continued.
Green, Matthew. (Bell's poets of G. B.) 23-489 Gladstone, W. E. Homer and the Homeric age (Sanford's Br. poets):
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30–725 22-1154 Green, R. w. Scholar's companion ; or, a guide to Mure, w. Critical history of the language and the orthography, pronunciation, and derivaliterature of ancient Greece
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Green, T. J. Journal of the Texian expedition Pierron, A. Histoire de la littérature greque against Mier. N. Y., 1845. 8. . 26"-41
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27a_478 - Romances of Heliodorus, Longus, and Achilles Plans of economy; or, the road to ease and Tatius. Trans. by R. Smith
6-180 Talfourd, T. N., et al. History of Greek litera- Green, W. H. The Pentateuch vindicated from the
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32-1008 on great subjects . 33-64 Green hand, the. F. Chamier
18-1066 Grant, A. Ethics of Aristotle
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4-194 Greeley, H. American conflict: a history of the Greene, B. F. See Magnetism of ships.
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294_115 at the crystal palace. N. Y., 1853 6-856
Life of Gen. Nathaniel Greene. v. 1. N. Y., Crystal Palace and its lessons. N. Y., 1851.
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Life of Nathaniel Greene. (s. A. B. 20) 30–497 Glances at Europe, including notices of the great Greene, J. The insect-hunter's companion. L., 1863 exhibition, or world's fair. N. Y., 1851
9-559 276-250 Greene, N. Life, by G. W. Greene 30-2348,497 History of the struggle for slavery extension or Johnson, W. Life of
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