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Johnes, M. Prince Charlie, the young chevalier. N. Johnson, James, M. D. Change of air, or the phil. Y., 1860
osophy of travelling ; being autumnal exchirJohnnie Dodge. C. D. Gardette : 18-4130
sions through France, Switzerland, Italy, Johns, B. G. Blind people, their works and ways; Germany, and Belgium. N. Y., 1831. 8° 10-63
with sketches of the lives of some famous - Economy of health; or, the stream of human blind men. L., 1867 . . . 30–1944
life from the cradle to the grave. N. Y., 1837 Johns, C. A. British birds in their haunts. L., 1862 .
. 9-570 – Essay on indigestion ; or, morbid sensibility of – Rambles about Paris. Ï
the stomach the proximate cause of dyspepsia. Johns, H. T. Life with the 49th Mass. volunteers.
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26-573 Johnson, Joseph. Popular preachers of our time; Johns, R., and P. H. Nicolas. Naval and military
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32-1291 | 1839. Ph., 1839. 8° No. 4, v. 6 of 1-341 – Valedictory discourse, Christ church, Baltic Johnson, Joseph (of Charleston) Traditions and
more, [1842.) Balt. 8° . . 32-1291 reminiscences chiefly of the American revoluJohnson, A. Speeches; with a biographical intro
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persions on the character of Dr. Benjamin order of the senate. W., 1868. 3 v. 8° 2-367
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General Joseph Reed's character 30–2352 words and unverbal things, and unverbal Johnson, L. Elementary arithmetic. Raleigh, 1864 things classified into intellections, sensations,
. . 264–2071 and emotions. N. Y., 1862 : 22-455 Johnson, L., & Co. Book of specimens - Treatise on language, or the relation which
and fancy printing types, borders, cuts, rules, words bear to things. N. Y., 1836. 8° 22-454
etc., manufactured at L. Johnson & Co.'s - Physiology of the senses; or, how and what we
foundry. Ph., (1865.] 4. . . 21-537 see, hear, taste, feel, and smell. N. Y., 1856 Johnson, R. G. Historical account of the first set. . . . 15-243
tlement of Salem, in West Jersey, by John Johnson, Miss A. C. Iroquois; or, the bright side
Fenwick; with many of the important events of Indiau character. N. Y., 1855 264–327
that have occurred down to the present gen- Peasant life in Germany. N. Y., 1858 276-462
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• . 264_617 Johrson, A. J. New illustrated family atlas of the Johnson, R. V. Poems. B., 1857 . 23-432 world. N. Y., 1868 . . . 25-374
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33-581 . 24-71 - Same. B. & N. Y., 1809–12. 12 v. 33-582 Johnson, Crisfield. One great force, the cause of
- (Bell's poets of G. B.) .
23-500 gravitation, planetary motion, heat, light, (Walsh's Br. poets) .
23-133 electricity, magnetism, etc. Buffalo, 1868 Dictionary of ihe English language. Ph., 1818.
4 y. 8° . Johnson, c. W. Farmers' encyclopædia and dic.. tionary of rural affairs, embracing all the most - - See Richardson, C.
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- Same, with additional essays. Newburyport, - Life of Sir Edward Coke; with memoirs of bis
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- Letters; with some poems never before printed. dropathy. N. Y., 1856 . . 10-328
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critical observations on their works. Ph., losophy of words. L., 1842. 80% 15–311
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by P. Cunningham. L., 1854. 3 v. go ease of the stomach. N. Y., 1854 10–329
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276_101 Johnson, Geo. W., F. R. H. S. British ferns popu – Hewlett, J. T. Religious life and death of larly described, and illustrated by engravings
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Johnson. S. D. The fireman. F's s. D. v. 33 Johnson, James and J. H. The patentee's manual.
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· 276-672 America ; containing the great charter, the Johnston, Mrs. Experience of Richard Taylor petition of right, the bill of rights, the federal
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Johnstone, A. C., secret memoirs of. A. Mackenrot Jolinson, S. W. How crops grow; a treatise on
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274-4018 society in Regent's town, Sierre Leone; with Johnstone, W. G., and A. Croall. Nature-printed an introductory notice by S. H. Tyng. N. Y., British sea-weeds; a history, accompanied by 1853 . .
figures and dissections, of the algæ of the Johnson, W. R. Coal trade of British America ;
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18-18 of the cruise of the U. S. steam-frigate Pow. | Jonas on a farm in summer. J. Abbott 18-19 hatan, in 1857-60. Including an account ! Jonas on a farm in winter. J. Abbott, 18-20 of the Japanese embassy to the U, S. Ph., | Jonathan Wild. H. Fielding . . 18-1083 1861 .
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and principles of whist. N. Y., 1864 20-160 tionary in which the proper sounds of Eng Jones, Henry (of Drogheda). The earl of Essex: lish words are clearly intimated; with a gram. 1 a tragedy. D. L. T. v. 4 . . 24-107 mar. L., 1772 . . . .
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Jones, Henry. Earl of Essex. B. B. T. v. 5 24-71 | Jones, Row. The lo-triads; or, the tenth muse, with – Same. I. B. T. v. 15 . . . 24-141
the origin and language of nations. L., 1773 – Same. S. B. T. v. 8 . . . 24-191
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. 10-395 Jones, Rev. Jeremiah. New and full method of set
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272_645 – History of the Christian church. 5th ed. L., 1826. 2 v. 8o .
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| Jonghe, E. T. van Aylde. See Saint-Elme, Mme. Jones, M. The black prince; a book for boys. L., Jongh, L. J. de. Three kinds of cod liver oil ;
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24-142 and on the sources of taxation. L., 1831. 8°
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24-141 3-126 - Same. Alt. by Garrick. D. L. T. v.4 24-107 - Literary remains, consisting of lectures and - Same. S. B. T. v. 9 .
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2-964 Jordan, Mrs. Boaden, J. Life of; including private - New series. Ph., 1862-65. 80
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32-1600 Lieut. Gen. N. B. Forrest, and of Forrest's - Same, new series. Ed. by J. Kitto and H. cavalry. N. O. and N. Y., 1868. 8° 262_1007
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