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A corsaire corsaire et demi. R. Bauchery 34-4135
A. L. 0. E. See Tucker, Miss.
A vuelque chose malheur est bon. Mme. E. Ray-
mond

34-5491 A travers chants. H. Berlioz

34-5170 Abailard, P. Gérvaise, abbé. Vie d'Abeillard et d'Héloïse

34-4471 - Guizot, M. et Mme. Essai hist, sur A. et H. suivi des lettres

34-3383 Wight, o. W. The romance of A. and H. 18-44 Abbeokuta. Tucker, Miss. Sunrise within the tropics

32-508 Burton, R. A. and the Camaroons mountains

281-429 Abbey, R. Diuturnity; or, the comparative age of the world. Cin., 1866

32-1843 Abbey, the. Mrs. C. Gore

18-1210 Abbie Nott; and other knots. By Katinka 18-3739 · Abbot, Abiel. History of Andover to 1829. And., 1829

268-630 Abbot, G. Exposition upon the prophet Jonah, with memoir. E., 1847. 8°

32-1283 Abbot. Sir W. Scott

18-2751 Abbott, A. 0. Prison life in the south during 1864 and 1865. N. Y., 1865

262-706 Abbott, A. W. Impulse and principle, and other stories. N. Y., 1866

18-3957 Abbott, B. V. & A. Forms of conveyancing, con

tracts, and legal proceedings. N. Y., 1866. 8o.

2-288 Cone-cut corners. By Benauly 18-40 Matthew Caraby. By Benauly

18-41 Abbott, C. Law relative to merchant ships and

seamen. With addenda relative to some laws

of the United States. Phil., 1802. 8° 2-2 The same, with annotations by Joseph Story. Newburyport, 1810. 8°

2-1

279-274 Abbott, Jacob. American history. N. Y., 1860'65. 8 v.

264-443 Caleb in the country

18-21 Caleb in town

18-22 The corner-stone. Bost.

32-5 The same. N. Y., 1851 .

32-5a Cousin Lucy, stories told to

18-24 Cousin Lucy among the mountains 18-28 Cousin Lucy at play

18-25 Cousin Lucy at study

18-26 Cousin Lucy on the sea-shore

18-27 Cousin Lucy's conversations .

Abbott, Jacob. Harper's story books. N. Y. 12 v.

18-15 (1) Bruno; Willie and the mortgage; The strait gate. (2) The little Louvre; Prank ; Emma. (3) Virginia; Timboo and Joliba; Timboo and Fanny. (4) The Harper establishment; Franklin; The studio. (5) The story of ancient history; the story of English his.

tory; The story of American history. (6) John True; Elfred; The museum. (7) The engineer; Rambles among the Alps; The three

gold dollars. (8) The Gibraltar gallery; The alcove; Dialogues. (9) The great elm; Aunt Margaret; Vernon. (10) Carl and Jocko; Lapstone; Orkney the peacemaker. (11) Judge Justin; Minigo ; Jasper. (12) Congo; Viola ; Little Paul. History of Alexander the Great. N. Y., 1848

30-614 King Alfred. n. Y., 1849

30-616 Julius Cæsar. N. Y., 1849

30-613 King Charles I. N. Y., 1848 30–612 King Charles II. N. Y.

30-611 Cleopatra. N. Y., 1851

30-657 Cyrus the Great. N. Y., 1860 30-618 Darius the Great. N. Y., 1850 30-620 Queen Elizabeth. N. Y., 1867 30-617 Genghis Khan. N. Y., 1860 30–1239 Hannibal. N. Y., 1849

30-226 Maria Antoinette. N. Y.

30-619 Margaret of Anjou. N. Y., 1861 30-1352 Mary Queen of Scots. N. Y., 1849 30–615 Nero. N. Y., 1867

30–730 Peter the Great. N. Y., 1860 90-1226 Pyrrhus. N. Y., 1854

30-790 King Richard I. N. Y., 1857 30-946 King Richard II. N. Y., 1858 30-1066 King Richard III. N. Y., 1858 30-1354 Romulus. N. Y., 1854

30-1109 William the Conqueror. n. Y., 1867 30-642

Xerxes the Great. N. Y., 1860 30-642 Hoary head and M'Donner

18-16 Jonas's stories

18-17 Jonas a judge

18-18 Jonas on a farm in summer

18-19 Jonas on a farm in winter

18-20 McDonner; or, truth through fiction 18-30 Marco Paul's voyages and travels, New York,

Canada, Maine, Vermont, Boston.-N. Y., 1853. 5 v.

261-380-84 General course of history. n. y., 1861 291–209 Rainbow and lucky stories. Handie, 18-31 ;

Rainbow's journey, 18–32; Three pines,
18–33 ; Selling lucky, 18-34 ; Up the river,

18-35.
Rollo in Geneva. B., 1857

276-438 in Holland. B., 1857

276-446 in London. B., 1855

271-391 in Naples. B., 1858 .

276-459 in Paris. B., 1854

270-347 in Rome. B., 1852

270-351 in Scotland. B., 1856

276-260 in Switzerland. B., 1854

276-350 on the Atlantic. B., 1853.

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18-23 Florence stories, the. N. Y., 1866 & '67. 6 v. (1) Florence and John 18-1 (4) English Channel 18-3 (2) Grimkie

(5) Isle of Wight 18-36 (3) Orkney Islands

18-24 (6) Florence's return 18-4 Franconia stories. (1) Malleville

18-9

(6) Rodolphus 18-12 (2) Wallace

(7) Ellen Linn (3) Mary Erskine

(8) Stuyvesant (4) Mary Bell

(9) Caroline (3) Beechnut

(10) Agnes

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Abbott, Jacob. Rollo on the Rhine. B., 1855 Abel Allnut. J. Morier .

18-2270 276-375 Abelard and Heloise, the romance of. Ó. W. Wight Rollo series. Viz. : 33-1316-28

18-44 learning to talk. ' N. Y., 1864

33-1316 Abell, John. A collection of songs in English. L., learning to read. N. Y., 1867 33-1317

1701. 4°, pp. 8 + 3 at work. N. Y., 1867

33–1318 Abell, Mrs. L. G. The skilful housewife. N. Y.,
at play. N. Y., 1867

33-1319
1852

6-146
at school. N. Y., 1867

33-1320 Abeokuta. See Abbeokuta. Rollo's vacations. N. Y., 1862 33–1321 Abercrombie, John. Harmony of Christian faith experiments. N. Y., 1867

33-1322

and Christian character, and the culture and
museum. N. Y.,
1864

33-1323

discipline of the mind. N. Y., 1839 32-1 travels. N. Y., 1864

33-1324 Inquiries concerning the intellectual powers, and correspondence. N. Y., 1862 33-1325

the investigation of truth. N. Y., 1834 15-4 philosophy-water. N. Y., 1862 33-1326 - Philosophy of the moral feelings. L., 1855 philosophy-air. N. Y., 1862 33-1327

15-1 philosophy-fire. N. Y., 1862 . 33-1329

Abercrombie, Sir Ralph.' See Pinckard's Notes on philosophy-sky. N. Y., 1862 . 33-1328

West Indies

26-594 A summer in Scotland. N. Y., 1848 276-99 Dunfermline, Lå. Memoir of. 1793-1801 30-1363 The teacher; or, moral influences employed in Aberdeen, George, Earl of. Inquiry into the prin. instruction. B., 1833

13-1 ciples of beauty in Grecian architecture. L., The way to do good. B.,

1836

32-4
1860

5-373
The same.
N. Y., 1852

32-4a Macknight, T. Foreign policy of 274 1251 The young Christian. B., 1833

32-2 Abernethy, John.

Lectures on anatomy, surgery,
The same.
N. Y., 1851

32-3

and pathology. B., 1828. 2 v. go 10_1 Abbott, J. S. C. The child at home. N. Y. 32–379

Macilwain, G. Memoirs of

30-771 The Empire of Austria ; its rise and present Abipones, the. M. Dobrizhoffer

26«-63 power. N. Y., 1859. go 2742538 Abolition. The legion of liberty,

2-761 The Empire of Russia; from the remotest See Pennsylvania Society; Slavery.

periods to the present. N. Y., 1860. 274–2850 Abolitionism unveiled. H. F. James 18-1599 French revolution of 1789. N. Y., 1859.80 About, Ed. Le Cas de M. Guérin-Le 41e fauteuil.

274_1600
P., 1863.

34-5235 Geshichte des Bürgerkrieges in Amerika. Ue- Causeries. 'P., 1865:

34-5236 bers: V. J. Würzburger u. G. Dietz. ler Band. Dernières lettres d'un bon jeune homme à sa Norwich, 1864. 80

34-2415
cousine. P., 1863

34-5243 History of the civil war in America. N. Y., Germaine. b'me ed., P., 1861 :

34-3001 1863–6. 2 v. 80.

264-615 Same, trans. by M. L. Booth. B., 1860 18-45
Hernando Cortez. n.y., 1855 :
30-890 La Grèce contemporaine. P., 1860

34_3005
Henry the Fourth. Ñ. Y., 1856 30-1039 Greece and the Greeks of the present day. N.
Italy from the earliest period to the present Y., 1857

274_429 day. N. Y.

274_2120 L'homme à l'oreille cassée. P., 1862 34-3004 Josephine. N. Y.

30-669 The king of the mountains. From the French,
King Philip. N, Y, 1857.

30-1000
by M. L. Booth. B., 1861

18-46
Madame Roland. N. Y., 1867 , 30-640 Madelon. N. Y., 1863. 8°

34-4628 Napoleon Bonaparte. N. Y., 1855 2v., 8°

Maitre Pierre. P., 1859 .

34-3002 30–831 The man with the broken ear

18-3891 Kings and Queens. Sketches of Josephine and Les mariages de Paris. P., 1859 34-5240 Maria Louisa, Louis Philippe, Ferdinand of Le nez d'un notaire. P., 1863

34-5245 Austria, Nicholas, Isabella the Second, Leo- The nose of a notary. B., 1863

18-48 pold, and Victoria. N. Y., 1848 30-1 Le progrès. N. Y., 1864.

34-5237 Lives of the presidents of the United States.

La question romaine. Preface nouvelle de la N. Y., 1867. 8°

30-1852
5'me ed. Lausanne, 1860

34-3006 The mother at home. B., 1835 33-455 Risette (vaudeville). P., 1859

34-3008 Napoleon at St. Helena. N. Y., 1855.80 Le roi des montagnes. P., 1860

34-3003 30-1006 The Roman question. Translated by Mrs. Annie Confidential correspondence of the Emperor T. Wood. B., 1859

276-528 Napoleon and the Empress Josephine. N. Rome contemporaine. P., 1861. go

34-4500 Y., 1856 33-1283 Théâtre impossible. P., 1862 .

34-3007 Practical Christianity. N. Y., 1862 32-984 Tolla. 6'me., ed. P., 1859

34-3000 South and north ; a trip to Cuba and the south. Same trans. by L. L. C. Edin., 1856 18-47 N. Y., 1860

26-374 Trente et Quarante. (Les Mariages de Paris, Abbott, T. K. Sight and touch ; an attempt to dis- 3'me., serie.) P., 1859

34-5242 prove the received (or Berkeleian) theory of Le Turco, etc. 2'me., ed. P., 1867

34-5239 vision. L., 1864. 8°

15-278 La vieille roche. Le marquis de Lanrose. P., Abbott, Waldo. 'Our Sunday school, and how we 1866. 8°

34-4721 conduct it. B., 1863

32-1128 About babies, good-looking people, and other maga Abdallab. E. Laboulaye

34-3452
social papers. N. Y., 1867

33–1385 Abdomen. Bright, R. Tumours 10-696 Above her station. H. Philips

18-2491 Abdul Medjid, Sultan of Turkey. Christmas, H. Abracadabra of the nineteenth century. W. Leo, Life of

30-842
Wolf .

10-350 Gilson, A. Life of 278-2910 Abraham Page, Esq. A novel

18-4049 Abdy, J. T. Historical sketches of civil procedure Abrantes

, Duchesse. See Junot, Mme. * among the Romans. Camb., 1857 2-159 Abroad and at home. Julia Pardoe

18–2414 Abednego, the money lender .

18-2417 Abruzzi, Craven, K. Excursions in the 276_475 Abeel, D. Journal of a residence in China and the Absalom and Achithophel. J. Dryden. Vol. 2 of neighboring countries. N. Y., 1834 286-1

23-476, and vol. 2 of

23–365 Williamsou, R. G. Memoir of 30-4 Absentee. M. Edgeworth. Vol. 3 of

18-977 Abeillard. See Abailard.

Absentees of Ireland, list of, etc. [1729]. 272_1468 Abel, C. D. Rudimentary principles of the con- Abyssinia. Baker, S. W. Nile tributaries. 28b_579 struction and working of machinery.

Beke, C. T. British captives.

286-567 1860 6-273 Burette, H. A. Visit to King

Theodore 284-586

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Abyssinia. Dufton, H. Journey through (1862–3)

286-580
Gobat, s. Three years' residence 286-135
Hotten, J. C. (ed.) A. and its people 286–582
Isenberg, C.W. & Krapf, J. L. Journals 32-1568
Johnston, C. Travels in Southern A. 286-66
Modern traveller

296-274
Parkyns, M. Life in A.

286-202
Russell, M. Nubia and A.

284_82
Salt, H. Travels in .

286-100
Stern, H. A. Wanderings among the Falashas

286–397
Acacia. A. Assolant

34-3028
Academic reform. J. Heywood

13-107
Academic questions. M. T. Cicero

15–183
Académie universelle des jeux. Amst., 1777 34-5234
Academy of natural sciences of Phil. Journal. 20
series. Phil., 1858. 4o.

9-1242
Meigs, J. A. Catalogue of human crania 10–786
Academy of sciences, National. Memoirs 11-521
Acadia. Cozzens, F. S. Month with the Blue Noses

266-351
Acadian geology. Dawson, J. W.

9-224
Accomplished woman, the. M. Du Boscq 33–1057
Account of a new process in painting. L., 1821. 80

5-435
Account of persons remarkable for their health and

longevity. By a physician. L., 1829 10–764
Accum, F. Art of making bread. L., 1821 6–147
- Culinary chemistry. L., 1821

6-149
Treatise on adulteratious of food and culinary
poisons. L., 1820

10–771
Acerbi, J. Travels through Sweden, Finland and

Lapland, to the North Cape, in 1798. L.,
1802. 2 v. 4°

271-84
Achard, A. Belle-Rose. P., 1856 343009

Le clos pommier. 2'me ed. 1860 343010
Le duc de carlepont. N. Y., 1864. 8° 34–4641
Les femmes honnêtes. P., 1858 34_3013
Les filles de Jephté. P., 1861

343016
Le fils du Fauconnier. N. Y., 1864. 8° 34-4639
Histoire d'un homme. P., 1863 34-4000
Madame Rose. Pierre de Villerglé. P., 1858

34–3011
Mille du Rosier. Therese. P., 1856 34 4002
Miss Tempéte. P., 1861

34-4003
Maurice de Treuil.' 2'me ed. P., 1860 34–3012
Les petits-fils de Lovelace. P., 1858 34–4001
Les reveurs de Paris. 3'me ed. P., 1861 34–3014
Le roman du mari. P., 1862. 126 34-3017
Salomé. Scènes et souvenirs de la forêt noire.
89

34-4654
Achetá domestica. See Budgen, Miss L. M.
Achilles Tatius. See Greek romances 18-3714
Achilli, G. Dealings with the Inquisition. N. Y.,
1851

32–323
Acholic diseases. McLeod, A. C.

10_682
Ackermann, C. Christian element in Plato and the

Platonic philosophy. Trans. from the Ger.

by 8. R. Asbury. É., 1861. 80 15–177
Ackerman, R. See Repository

17-1
Acland, C. Popular account of the manners and
customs of India. L., 1847

286_404
Acland, Henry W. Biographical sketch of Sir
Benjamin Brodie. L., 1864

30–1586
Memoir of the cholera at Oxford, in 1854. L.,
1856

10–1002
Acland, J. Imperial poll-book of elections from

1832 to 1864, with an argument upon repre-
sentation. Brighton

279–3
Acland, T. D. Account of the new Oxford examina-
tions. L., 1858. go

13-2
Acosta, J. Naturall and morall historie of the East

and West Indies. Trans. by E. G. L., 1604.
go

29_263
Acoustics. Smith, T. R. Public buildings 6-86

See Sound, Music
Across the Carpathians. Camb., 1862 276_622
Across the continent. S. Bowles.

260-556
Across Mexico. W. H. Bullock .

26_578

Acrostics. Bowman, A. More original double 20-157

in prose and verse. Ed. by A. E. H. 2d ed.
L., 1865 and '66. 2 v.

20–190
New double A., by A. A. Y.

20–198
One hundred double A. Ed.by myself.” 20–199
See Capell's Victorian enigmas

20–161
Actæa. Pseud. See Agassiz, E. C.
Acting, the art of; or guide to the stage N. Y.,
Vol. 20 of

24-113
Essay on the science of, by a veteran stager.
L., 1828

24-211
Hill, A. The actor

24-212
Rede, L. T. Guide to the stage.

Vols. 28 and
29 of

24-221
siddons, H. Rhetorical gesture andaction 24-73
Actions. Bagley, W. Practice at chambers. Vol.
15 of

2-55
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34_4886
Browne, R. J. Actions at law. Vol. 45 of 2–55
Kerr, R. M. & A. Law of. Vol. 83 of 2-55

Smith, J. W. Proceedings. Vol. 60 of 2–55
Acton, Eliza. English bread-book for domestic use.
L., 1857

10–148
Acton,

W. Functions and disorders of the repro-
ductive organs. P., 1865

10-572
Prostitution considered in its moral, social and
sanitary aspects. L., 1857. 8°

2-500
Actor, the. A. Hill

24-212
Actors. Authentic memoirs of the green-room 24-217
Biography of the British stage

30–1451
Collier, J. P. Memoirs of actors in plays of
Shakspeare

30–1153
Cowell, J. Thirty years among the players

18-3648
Dyer, R. Nine years of an actor's life 30–1888
Galt, J. Lives of the players

30–194
Houssaye, A. Princesses de Comedie 34–5295
Comediennes d'Autrefois. .

34-4075
Ritchie, A. C. M. Autobiography of an actress

30–776
Ryley, S. W. 'Itinerant

30–463
Secret history of the Green room 24-226

See Drama and Dramatic biography.
Actress in high life
Acts of the apostles explained. Alexander, J. A.

32-1377
American Bible Union's Version

32–2064
Barnes, A. Notes on

32-697
Baumgarten, M. Church in apostolic age 32–762
Chrysostom, St. J. Homilies

32-1265
Hackett, H. B. Commentary

32-910
Owen, J. Notes with original text and lex-
icon

32-1285
Jacobus, M. W. Notes on

32–1667
Lechler, G. V. Commentary on 32–2029

See Bible.
Acts of the deacons. E. M. Goulburn . 32-2259
Acupressure. J. Y. Simpson

10_720
Adair, P. Rise and progress of the Presbyterian

Church in Ireland (1623—1670). With intro-
duction and notes by W. D. Killen. Belfast,
1866

32-1912
Adam, A.
souvenirs a un musicien

P., 1860

34-3018
Derniers souvenirs d' un musicien P., 1859.

34-3019
Adam, R. The religious world displayed; or a view

of the various denominations and sects in the

Christian world. P., 1818. 3 v. 8° 32-6
Adam Bede. M. Evans

18-1034
Adam Blair. J. G. Lockhart

18-1930
Adam Buff. D. Jerrold

18–1675
Adam Brown, the merchant. H. Smith 18-2935
Adam of Cobsam. (E. E. T. S., pt. 12). Vol. 8 of

22-1043
Adams, Abigail. Letters, with memoir by C. F.
Adams. B., 1840

33-1212
Adams, Arthur. 'Natural history of the countries

visited during the voyage of H. M. S. Samar-
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18-55 Manual of natural history, for the use of travel. Adams, Robt., M. D. Treatise on rheumatic gout. ers, with remarks on the practical study of

L.,1857, 8o

104425 geology and meteorology. L., 1854 9-901 Illustrations of the effects of rheumatic gout. See Belcher, E.

296-104

With descriptive statements. L., 1857 10-433 Adams, C. Boys at Home

18-43 Adams, Robert. Narrative of a sailor who was Edgar Clifton

18-51

wrecked on the coast of Africa. By S. Cock. Words that shook the world, or Martin Luther L., 1816

286-902 his own biographer. N. Y., (1858] 32–1823 Adams, Samuel. Wells, w. v. Life of

30–1742 Adams, C. F. Address, Quincy, July 4. B., 1856. Adams, T. F. Typographia ; or, the printer's in8o. pph.

33–1150
structor. 3d ed. Phil., 1845

21-1 Life of John Adams

264_943 Adams, W. Club-foot; its causes, pathology and Aclams, Edwin. Geography classified; a systematic treatment. L., 1866. 8°

10–733 manual of mathematical, physical, and politi- Adams, W., D. D. Thanksgiving ; memories of the cal

25–81

day; helps to the habit. N. Y., 1867 32–2353 Adams, Ernest. "Elements of the English language. The three gardens: Eden, Gethsemane, and Par3d ed. L., 1863 .

22-1

adise ; or, man's ruin, redemption, and res. Adams, F. C. An outcast; or, virtue and faith 18-56 toration. N. Y., 1868

32-2352 Manuel pereira

18-49 Adams, W. B. Roads and rails, and their sequences, Story of a trooper

18-83
physical and moral. L., 1862

6-1 Uncle Tom at home

18-52 Adams, W. H. D. Beauties of the Isle of Wight. Adams, G. Astronomical and geographical essays. With its history. L., 1857 .

271–896 Phila., 1800. 89

12-1 Dwellers on the threshold; or, magic and maAdams, H. Dictionary of all religions and religious gicians. L., 1864. 2 v.

11-237 denominations. N. Y., 1817. 8° 32-1617

Famous beauties and historic women. L., 1865. Adams, H. C. First of June

18-42
2 v.

30–1618 Adams, H. G. Birds of prey. With a chapter on – Famous ships of the British 'navy; or, stories ancient and modern hawking. L. 9-502

of enterprise and daring collected from our Game and water birds. Account of the feathered naval chronicles; and an appendix on irongame and wild fowl found in Great Britain.

clad ships, by N. Barnaby. L., 1863 271_6 With a practical cliapter on doves and pigeons. Memorable battles in lish history. With the L., n. d.

9-501

military lives of the commanders. L., 1863 Language and poetry of flowers. N. Y., 1858 9–1

274_7 Popular and poetical description of the birds of “Round about our coal fire." L., 1860 20-150

song, and their congeners, in Great Britain. Scenes from the drama of European history. With practical hints for the breeding and L., 1863

274_3340 management of song birds in confinement. The steady aim. A book of examples and L.

9-503

encouragements from moderu biography. L., Adams, John. Works.' With life of the author, 1863

30–1560 and notes by C. F. Adams. 1850-'56.

The sunshine of domestic life. L., 1867 30–1936 80

264_943 Adams, W. T. Army and navy stories. 6 v. Correspondence. A series of letters to the Bos- (1) The soldier boy; or, Tom-omers in the army ton Patriot. B., 1809. 8°

264_1
(2) The sailor boy; or, Tom Somers in the navy

18-74 Defence of the constitutions of the United States,

(3) The young lieutenant

(4) The Yankee middy against the attack of M. Turgot. 3d ed.

(5) Fighting Joe Phila., 1797. 3 v. 8°

2-501

(6) Brave old salt Letters to his wife. Edited by Chas. F. Adams. Boat-club series. B., 1841

33-1211

(1) The boat-club 18-59 (4) Now or never
(2) All aboard

(5) Poor and proud Gibbs, G. Administration of

26-85
(3) Try again

(6) Little by little Wood, J. Administration of

264-234 Sports and pastimes for in-doors and out. B., Adams, John, Jr. Doctrine of equity. Comment

(1863)

20-205 ary on the law, as administered by the court The starry flag series. of chancery. With notes by J. Ř. Ludlow, (1) The starry flag; or, the young fisherman J. M. Collins and H. Wharton. Phila., 1859.

(2) Breaking away 80.

18-3770 2-233

The way of the world Same. Phila., 1850, in vol. 68 of :

Woodville stories. 2-55

(1) Rich and humble 18-67 (1) Work and win 18-3711 Adams, Rev. John. Anecdotes, bons-mots and (2) In school and out 18-66 (5) Hope and have 18-3772 characteristic traits of the greatest princes,

(3) Watch and wait

(6) Haste and waste 18–3771 politicians, philosophers, orators and wits of

Young America abroad. First Series. modern times. L., 1789

1844101 33-902

(1) Outward bound

(2) Shamrock and thistle. (Ireland and Scotland) 18-4102 Adams, J. Q. Dermot MacMorrogh, or the con- (3) Red cross. (England and Wales) quest of Ireland. In 4 cantos. B., 1832. 80 Adamson, J. Life and writings of L. de Camoens.

264_758
L., 1820. 2 v.

30–1864 Lectures rhetoric and oratory. Camb., 1810 Adaptation of external nature to the physical condi

22-601
tion of man. Jolin Kidd

11-34 Letters on the Masonic institution. B., 1847 to moral and intellectual condition of man. go

2-502
T. Chalmers

15-16 Quincy's life of

30–1114 Adderley, C. B. Letter on the relations of England Seward's life and public services of 30–625

with the colonies. New ed., with preface on Adams, John T. Lost hunter

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18-70 Edited by Geo. W. Greene. N. Y., 1853. 5 v. of Philip. W. M. Thackeray

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18–711 of a fire-screen. Mrs. A. Bache 18–241 Afloat in the forest. Mayne Reid

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