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Bayma, J. Elements of molecular mechanics. L., See Frankl's Jews in the east


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Baynes, R. H. English lyrics-a collection of Eng. Elements of moral science. Ph., 1809. 3 v.
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23-809 Essays. Ph., 1809. ' 3 v.

Baynes, T. s. Essay on the new analytic of logi. Minstrel and other poems, with miscellanies, by
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J. H. Beattie, and an account of his life and
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278-2873 See Collins, w
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Beauchamp. G. P. R. James

34-4302 Beauchampe. W. G. Simms

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34-4303 Beauchesne, A. de. Louis XVII., his life, suffering
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Beale, L. J. Laws of health in relating to mind Beaufort, Margaret. Life by C. A. IIalsted 30-2318

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34-5271 Beaumont, M'me Elie de. See Elie de Beaumont. Beaver. Morgan, L. H.' The American b. and his Beaumont, F., and J. Fletcher. Works, with an


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24-221 Beggar's bush. See Kinnaird, D. 24-107 Beccaria, c. B. s. Essay on crimes and punish


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2-540 24-141 See Price, R. - The elder brother (altered).' F's's. D. v. 9 Becher, J. T. The constitution of friendly societies


exemplified. 5th ed. L., 1829. 1-276 The false M. B. D. v. 1

24-142 Bechler, G. R. Atlas showing battles and important A king and no king. M. B. D. v. 1 24-142

localities connected with the campaigns in The maid's tragedy. M. B. D. v. 1 24-142 Virginia. Ph., 1864. 8 v.

20_574 Philaster. M. B. D. v. 1

24-142 Military map referring to the campaigns of the Philaster--tragedy. Altered. B. B. T.

army of the Potomac. Ph., [1861] 23-302

24-71 Bechstein, J. M. Cage and chamber birds; their Rule wife and have a wife. B. B. T.

natural history, habits, food, diseases, man24-71

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L., 1856 Thierry and Theodoret. M. B. D. v. 1 24–142

9-511 See Fletcher, J.; Knowles, J. S.

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34-2413 Beaumont, J. (Sanford's Br. poets.)

23-72 Beck, T. R. and J. B.

Medical jurisprudence. Beaumont, Wm. Experiments and observations on 11th ed. Revised by C. R. Gilman. Ph., 1860. the gastric juice, and the physiology of diges

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34–4426 Becker, W. A. Charicles-illustrations of the private Beauseincourt, romance of. C. A. Warfield 18-3426 life of the ancient Greeks. L., 1834 274_3059 Beauties of England and Wales. See Brewer, J. Gallus; or, Roman scenes of the time of AugusM.; and Britton, J.

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272_2113 gardens, fields and heaths. L.

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30-1725 Bucke

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24-291 Beauties of French history. N. Y., 1846 27-1611 The comic Blackstone

18-298 Beauties of the isle of Wight. W. H. D. Adams Comic history of England, with colored etchings


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272_54 30-603 Comic history of Rome. Illustrated by J. Beautiful city and the king of glory.' w. Davis Leech. L. 80

274_2145 32-899 The Siamese twins. 'F's M. D. v. 28

24-113 Beautiful thoughts from Greek authors. C. T.

The turned head. F's M. D.

24-113 Ramage

22-1371 Beckford, P. Thouglits on hunting, with a chapBeautiful widow. M. W. Shelley 18-2832

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20-310 Beauty. Ellis, Mrs. S. S. The beautiful in nature Beckford, W. Italy, Spain, and Portugal, with an and art


excursion to the monasteries of Alcobaça and Gilpin, w. observations on i.

Batalha. N. Y., 181.7. 2 v.

271-70 Hays, D. R. Science of

5–181 Italy; with Sketches of Spain and Portugal. llogarth, W. Analysis of

Ph., 1834. 2 v.

271-68 Walker, A. Analysis of b. in woman 5-108

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of Alcobaça and Batalla. Ph., 1835 271-69 See Esthetics.

Vathek, an Arabian tale

18-299 Beauty of the heavens. C. F. Blunt 12-40 Memoirs of. L., 1859. 2 v.

30-1105 Beauty's mirror-a companion to the toilet. L., 1839 Beckmann, John. History of inventions, discover


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264-307 Beckwith, E. L. Practical notes on wine, L., Beauvallet. E. De Mirecourt

6-101 Beauvoir, R. e. Satia .

18-297 Beckworth, J. P. Bonner, J. Life ani adventures Sous le masque. P., 1857 3+1331 1 of J. P. B.



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Becon, T. Catechism; with other pieces written in Beecher, Mrs. H. W. From dawn to daylight the reign of Edward VI. Edited for the Parker

18-304 society by J. Ayre. Camb., 1844. 8° 32-1201

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30-1501 the powers of digitalis purpurea, and on the

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10-10 | Beechey, F. W. Narrative of a voyage to the PaBede, the Venerable. Ecclesiastical history of Eng- cific and Beering's strait. Pl., 1832. 80 land; also the Anglo-Saxon chronicle. Edited

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18-6 Bedford, A. Remonstrance in behalf of the Chris- Beer, G. J. See Frick, G.

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6-522 Bedford, John Russell (41) Duke of). Correspond- Beers, D. G. Atlas of the state of Delaware.

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25-312 Russell, L., 1842. 3 v. 80

278-56 Bees. Huish, R. Nat. history and general Bédolliere. See La Bédolliere.

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4-211 Bee-hunter, the, J. F. Cooper

18-728 Langstroth, L. L. Hive and honey-bee 4-212 Bee-hunter, hive of the. T. B. Thorpe 18-3229 Miner, T. B. Am. bee-keeper's manual 4-83 Bee-hunters. G. Aimard

18-107 Nutt, T. Humanity to honey bees 4-234 Beechcroft. Miss C. M. Yonge 18-3612 Practical management of

4-54 Beecher, C. E. An appeal to the people in behalf Quinby, M. Bee-keeping explained 4-250

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94625 Common sense applied to religion; or, the Seudamore, E." Artificial swarms:

4235 bible and the people. N. Y., 1857 32-900 Wildman, T. Management and nat. hist. 4-213 Domestic receipt-book. Supplement to treatise Beesly, E. S. England and the sea 274_1250 on domestic economy. 3d ed. N. Y., 1858 Beethoven, L. von. Sämmtliche compositionen.


Revis. von F. Liszt. Wolfenbüttel. 15 v. An essay on slavery and abolitionism with refer 4o.

5-840 ence to the duty of American females. Ph., Letters (1790–1826.) Trans. by Lady Wallace. 18:37

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33-1333 Letters on the difficulties of religion. Hartford, Muss in c, in vocal score. B., n. d. 8° 5-841 1836

32-25 Barbadette, H. Esquisse musicale 34-4582 Letters to persons who are engaged in domestic Lenz, W. de. Beethoven et ses trois styles 34-3999 service. N. Y., 1842

33-453 Life of, including his correspondence with his Religious training of children in the school,


30-38 family, and church. N. Y., 1864 32-1317 Müller, W. Passages from life of . 30-1672 - Treatise on domestic economy, for the use of Beeton, Isabella. Book of household management. young ladies at home and at school. N. Y., L., 1864

6-154 1815

6-155 · How to dine, dinners and dining, with bills of True remedy for the wrongs of woman, with a fare for all the year. L.

0–152 history of an enterprise having that for its ob. Ilow to manage house and servants. L. 6-153 ject. B., 1851

13-35 Beeton, S. O., and J. Sherer. (Eds.) Beeton's Beecher, Charles. Redeemer and redeemed; an in- dictionary of universal information, witli pro

vestigation of the atonement and of eternal nunciation and etymology of leading terms. judgment. B., 1864


Vol. 1—Geography, history, biography, myPeview of the spiritual manifestations." N.Y., thology, bible knowledge, chronology. Vol. 1853


2-Summary of the moral, mathematical, Beecher, E. Baptism with reference to its import plıysical and natural sciences; description of and modes. N. Y., 1849


the arts; synopsis of literary knowledge. Conflict of ages. B., 1854

L., n. d. 2 v. 8°

33-781,2 Narrative of riots at Alton, in connection with Bect-root sugar and the cultivation of the beet. E. the death of E. P. Lovejoy. Alton, 18:38

B. Grant

6-329 204-001 Beets, Nicolaas. Life and character of J. H. Van Beecher, H. W. Eyes and ears. B., 1862 33-913 der Palm, with sermons; trans. from the Freedom and war: discourses on topics sug.

Dutch by J. P. Westervelt. N. Y., 1865 gested by the times. B., 1863 32-1146

32-1699 Lectures to young men, on various important Beets, Nicolas (Hildebrand).' scènes de la vie holsubjects. N. Y., 1851


landaise. Trad. de L. Wocquier. P., 18.56 Life-thoughts, gathered from his extemporane

34-3396 (us discourses. B., 1858 32-747 Beggars' opera. Dr. Pepusch

5-869 New star papers; or, views and experiences of Beggars. Book of vagabonds and b. 33-817 religious subjects. N. Y., 1859. 32-898 Beginning life. J. Tullock .

32-1054 Norwood; or village life in New England Behavior. See Etiquette, Manners. 18-1015 Beliaviour book. Miss Leslie

33-252 Plain and pleasant talk about fruits, flowers and Behind the counter.

T. Dew. Talmadge 1-u. p. farming. N. Y., 1859 4-101 Behind the scenes. Lady Bulwer

18-499 Prayers from the Plymouth pulpit. N. Y., 1867 Behind the scenes. E. Keckley

30-2361 32-23346 Belind the scenes in Paris

18-308 Rosal traths. B., 1866 32-1863 Behn, Mrs. A. IIistories and novels

18-305 Sermons. L., 1864.

32-1958 Beke, C. T. Sources of the Nile; being a general Suar papers: or, experiences of art and nature.

survey of the basin of that river and of its head VY., 15.5.5


streams, with the history of Nilotic discovery. Moore, A. Notes from Plymouth pulpit 32-786

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Beke, C. T. British captives in Abyssinia. 2d ed. L., 1967. So

281-567 Belani, II. C. R. Gæthe und sein Liebeleben. L., 1866. 3 v.

34-542 Belcher, E. The last of the Arctic voyages ; a nar

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296--153 Narrative of the voyage of H. M. S. Samarang

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296-104 Belcher, J. The Baptist pulpit of the U. S. ; pas

sages from the sermons of two hundred Bap.

tist ministers. 2d ed. N. Y., 1853 32-1136 The clergy of America ; anecdotes illustrative

of the character of ministers in the U. S. Ph., 1819

32-1137 - George Whitfield; 'a biography, with special

reference to his labors in America. N. Y., 18.77

30–969 Historical sketches of hymns, their writers and their influence. Ph., 1859

32-839 Religious denominations in the U. s.; their

history, doctrine, government and statistics, with a preliminary sketch of Judaism, Paganism and Mohammedanism. Ph., 1857.

32–1282 Belden, A. R. Thrilling incidents and narratives

for Christian parents and their children. Aub., 1852

32-408 Belden, E. P. New York; past, present and future. N. Y., 1851

265_539 Belfast, history of the town of; with a statistical

survey of the parish of Belfast, and a description of some remarkable antiquities in its

neighborhood. Bel., 1823. 8° 274_1428 Belford Regis. Mary R. Mitford

18-2222 Belforest. Miss A. Manning

18-2054 Belgian traveller ; a picture of the empire of Bona

parte and his federate nations ; being a tour through Holland, France and Switzerland in 1804–5 ; in a series of letters from a nobleman to a minister of state. Middletown, Conn.,

1807. Belgiojoso, M'me la Princesse, c. t. de. Emina

récits turco-asiatiques. P., 1856 34-4014 Oriental harems and scenery. N. Y., 1862

286_-405 Belgium. Anthon, c. E. Pilgrimage to Treves

271_50 Bell, R. Wayside pictures

276-231 Burn, R. S. Agricultural tour

4-174 Handbook for travellers. (Murray) 276-481 Quin, M. J. Steam voyages

276_45 Tableau gen. de la cominerce (1838–40) 34-4973 Trollope, F. Belgium in 1833

276_51 Viardot, L. Musées de Belgique 34-3973 and Nassau ; or, the continental tourist. L., 89

276-385 - See Flanders, Waterloo. Belgravia ; a London magazine, conducted by M. E. Braddon. v. 1-5. Lond., 1866-68. 80

17-49.5 Belial; a novel

18-1710 Belinda. M. Edgeworth. 18–968; and v. 8 of

18-977 Bélisaire. J. F. Marmontel

34-3518 Belisarius. Mahon's life of

30-31 M. Marmontel

18-3725 Belisle, D. W. History of independence hall; em

bracing biographies of the immortal signers of the declaration of independence. Ph., 1859

264_436 Belknap, J. American biography, with additions

Belknap, J. History of New Hampshire to the

year 1790, with a geographical description

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continental. New cd. by C. R. Edmonds. L., 1803

274_3368 Life of. By R. and C. c. Southey 30-1126 Bell, A. M. Principles of speech and vocal physi.

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22-609 Bell, A.'N. Knowledge of living things, with the

laws of their existence. N. Y., 1860 9-907 Bell, C. D. Children's mirror ; or, which is my likeness

18-312 Hope Campbell; or, know thyself 18-1494 Lily Gordon, the young housekeeper 18-1911 Rest and unrest

18-310 Rosa's wish

18314 Bell, Sir C. Anatomy and philosophy of expres

sion as connected with the fine arts. 3d ed., enlarged. L., 1844. 8

5-116 Anatomy of the brain explained in a series of engravings. L., 1802. 4°

10-1008 Engravings of the arteries, serving as an intro

duction to the surgery of the arteries. 211 ed. L., 1806. 8°

10-785 The hand; its mechanism and vital endow. ments as evincing design. 5th ed. L., 1852

10-143 Nervous system of the human body. L., 1844. go

10-203 Pichot, A. Life and labors of

30-1287 Bell, Currer. [Pseud.] See Bronte, Charlotte. Bell, Ellis. [Pseud.) See Bronte, Emily. Bell, Evans. The empire in India. L., 1864. 80

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282_249 Bell, G. J. Contract of sale of goods and merchandise. Ph., 1845. 8°

v.50 of 2-55 Bell, H. G. Life of Mary queen of Scots. n. Y., 1837. 2 v..

30-352 Bell, H. n. The Huntingdon peerage, with a gene

alogical and biographical history of the house of Hastings. L., 1820. 4°

30-2033 Bell, James. System of geography, popular and

scientific; or, a physical, political and statistical account of the world. L., 1851. 6 v. 8o

25-100 Bell, John, M. D., of Edin. 'Observations on Italy. B., 1826

276-03 On regimen and longevity. Ph., 1842 10-15 Bell, John, M. D., of Lond. Engravings of the bones. Ph., 1816. 40

10-13 and D. F. Condie. Facts in the history of epi

demic cholera ; a report to the board of health. Ph., 1832. 8°

10-42 Bell, John, M.D., of Phila. Influence of medicinean oration. Ph., 1828. 8°

10-79 Mineral and thermal springs of the United States and Canada. Ph., 1855

10-150 Report on the importance and economy of sani

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hydropathy, and pulmonary inhalation. Ph., 1850. 8°

10-127 See Rayer, P. Bell, Jolin. [Pub.] British theatre. L., 1791-9.

27-71 Bell, Jolin. Poets of Great Britain, from Chaucer

to Churchhill; with lives by S. Jolinson and
others. L., 1807. 61 double vols., viz.:
I to VII. Chaucer

23-470 VIII to XII. Spenser

2:3-471 XIII. Waller

23-472 XIV and XV. Milton

23-473 XVI and XVII. Butler and Roscommon

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18-313 XVIII and XIX. Cowley and Rochester Bellemarre, Louis de. [Pseud.) See Ferry, G.

23-475 Belles lettres. Barron, W. Lectures 22-606 xx to Xxiv. Dryden

23-476 Blair, H. Lectures on rhetoric and b. l. 22-607 XXV. King 23-477 Maunder's encyclopædia

33-775 XXVI and xxvII. Prior and Granville Rollin, C. Method of teaching and studying

the 5, 1.

22-1186 XXVIII. Pomfret and Congreve 23-479 See Criticism; Literature; Oratory ; Poetry; XXIX and XXX. Swift


Rhetoric; Taste.
XXXI. Addison

23-481 Bellew, F. The art of amusing. Illustrations by XXXII and XXXIII. Rowe

the author (-). N. Y., 1866

XXXIV and XXXV. Watis, J. Philips and Bellew, J. C. M. Shakespere's home. L., 1863

30-1873 XXXVI. Parneli

23-484 Bellini, V. La sonnambula. With Italian and Eng. XXXVII. Garth and Fenton

lish words. B., n. d. 8°

5-904 XXXVIII. Somerville

23-486 The opera of Norma. With Italian and English XXIX to XLIV. Pope and A. Philips words. B., n. d. 4°

5-901 23-487 Same, for pi:'no solo. B., n. d. 4. 5-902 XLV and XLVI. Gay and Tickell 23-488 Bellows, A. J. The philosophy of eating. N. Y., XLVII. Broome, Pitt and Green 23-489


6–151 XLVIII and XLIX. Young

23-490 Bellows, H. W. The old world in its new face. L. Savage


Impressions of Europe in 1867-8. v. 1. N.
LI. Thomson

Y., 1868

275-939 LII. Dyer, G. West, and Lyttleton 23-493 Belloy, P. L. B. de. Le siége de Calais. C.A. T., LIII. Hammond, Collins and Moore 23-494

34-3140 LIV. Shenstone 23-495 Bells, treatise on. E. B. Denison

6-312 LV. Mallet, Gray and R. West 23–496 Belmonte, L. de. El diablo predicador. T. T. E. LVI. Akenside 23-497

34-2 LVII and LVIII. Churchill and Jenyns Beloe, W. Anecdotes of literature and scarce


books. L., 1807-12. 6 v. 80 21-140 LIX. Falconer and Cunningham 23-499 Sexagenarian ; or, the recollections of a literary LX. Armstrong, Goldsmith and Johnson

life. L., 1817. 2 v. 8°

30–867 23-500 Bélot, A. et E. Villetard. Le testament de César LXI. Sir W. Jones

Girodot, comédie en 3 actes

34-4550 Bell, J. D. Man. Ph., 1860

33–818 Belsham, T. Elements of the philosophy of the Bell, Mrs. Martin. Julia Howard


mind, with a compendium of logic. L., 1801. Bell, R. Temper. F's S. D. v. 7 24-221

15-242 Life of G. Canning. L., 1846

30–75 Belsham, W. Memoirs of the reign of George III. Lives of the British admirals; with an intro

to 1793. L., 1795. 4 v.

274_65 ductory view of the naval history of England Belton estate. A. Trollope

18–3284 by R. Southey. L., 1833-41. 5 v. 274–1102 Beltrami, J. C. Pilgrimage in Europe and America English poets. L., 1839. 2 v. 30–434

leading to the discovery of the sources of the History of Russia. L., 1838. 3 v. 274_2877

Mississippi and Bloody river. L., 1828. 2 v. (ed.) Songs from the dramatists. L., n. d.


296_7 '23-898 Beltz, G. F. Memorials of the most noble order of Wayside pictures through France, Belgium and the garter; with biographical notices of the Holland. L., 1849. 80


knights in the reigns of Edward III. and Bell, S. S, Colonial administration of Great Britain. Richard II. L., 1841. 89

27a_70 L., 1859. 8°

272_63 Belzoni, G. Narrative of discoveries in Egypt and Law of property as arising from the relation of Nubia. L., 1821. 2 v. 4o. plates to 281–386 husband and wife. Ph., 1850. 8° v. 67 of Bement, C. N. American poulterer's companion ;


a practical treatise on the breeding, rearing, Bell, W. E. Carpentry made easy; with specific fattening and general management of domesinstructions for building balloons, frames, tic poultry. N. Y., 1845

4-5 warehouses, church spires; comprising also a Bemis, G. Precedents of American neutrality. B., system of bridge building. Illustrated. Ph.,

1864. 89

26--1001 1858. 80

6-13 Bemrose, W., jr. "Manual of wood carving; with Bell Smithi abroad.' L. Piatt


practical instructions for learners of the art, Bellah. 0. Feuillet


and original and selected designs. L., n. d. Bellairs, H. W. Tales of the town


5-210 Brdlamy, W. H. See Glover, C. W.

Ben Brace. F. Chamier

18-605 Beilars and Davie. Standard guide to postage stamp Ben Sylvester's word. Miss C. M. Yonge 18-3634 collecting. L., 1864

21-9 Bénard, A. J. Mémoires de Fleury de la comédie Belle Antonia. Ponson du Terraii


française. 1757–1820. P., 1847. 2 v. 3+5279 Belle assemblée, la ; a court and fashionable maga- Benauly. [Pseud.) See Abbott, B. V., A., and L. zine. v. 5, 6. L., 1827. 2 v. 8° 17-133 Bench and bar. L. J. Bigelow

30-1974 Belle Brittain. See Fuller, H.

Grant, J.

30-32 Belle Boyd in camp and prison

204_595 Bench and bar of Georgia. S. F. Miller 30-1038 Belle cordiere, la..J. X. Boniface

34-3601 Bench and bar of South Carolina. J. B. O'Neall Belle-Gabrielle, la, mémoires de 34-4797

30-1248 Belle Gabrielle. A. Maquet .

34-4116 Benedict, E. C. The hymn of Hildebert, and other Belle-Jenny, le. T. Gautier


medieval hymns; with translation. N. Y., Bellenger, S. et al. Nouveau guide de conversations


23-986 modernes; on dialogues usuels et familiers A run through Europe. N. Y., 1860 271-5633 contenant en outre de nouvelles conversations Benedict, J. Sketch of the life and works of F. sur les voyagers les chemins de fer, les bateaux Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. L. 1853. 8° 30–1380 à vapeur, etc. En six langues. P., 1851. 4° Benefactors. Goodrich, S. G. Lives of 30-1927

22-407 See Philanthropists.

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