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30–1631 Third voyage
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11-230 266_551 Norton's hand-book to Europe. J. H. Siddons Northampton County, (Pa.) 'Rupp, 1. D. History
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21-339 Delineations of 270_855; v. 11 of 275-474 Norway. Baird, R. Visit to
275-85 Northamptonshire dialect. Baker, A. E. Glossary Barnard, M. R. Sport in
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30-455 Latham, R. G. Norway and the Norwegians Northcote, S. H. Twenty years of financial policy,
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276-819 33-565 Newland, H. Forest scenes in
276-357 Entertaining dialogues, designed for the use of Price, E. Norway and its scenery 276-313 young students. N. Y., 1861 33-561 Sturleson, S. Heimskringla
274_2796 National orator. N. Y., 1860 33-564 Unprotected females
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276-598 The teacher's assistant; or, hints and methods See Northmen; Scandinavia. in school discipline and instruction. B., 1859 Norwegian account of Haco's expedition against
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274_2778 Northern Pacific railroad company.
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23-46 Northmen in New England. J. T. Smith 264_186 Nos intimes. V. Sardou
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33-765 Stuart of Dunleath
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272_250 Norton, J. N. Life of Archbishop Laud. B., 1864 See Milledulcia
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32-1466 Notes of travel and life. Misses Mendell and Hosmer Novice, G. w. Frauds and follies in picture dealing;
23-561 Notes on the cape of Good Hope, made during an ex- Novion. The altar of Baal thrown down ; or, the cursion in that colony in 1820. L., 1821. 8° French nation defended against the pulpit
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3-248 Novum organon renovatum. W. Whewell 11-138 “Nothing but leaves." H. B. M'Keever 18-1994 Novum testamentum. See Bible. Nothing but money. T. S. Arthur 18-166 Now and forever. Mrs. M. Leslie
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18-3461 Nothing venture, nothing have. A. B. Haven Now or never. W. T. Adams
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N. Macleod 18-2003 Oil regions of Pennsylvania.' Gillelen, F. M. L. Old Mackinaw. W. P. Strickland
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Old man's bride.' T. S. Arthur
18-200 Oils. Antisell, T. Manufacture of photogenic, or Old Merry's annual, 1866. L., 1866 33-1355 hydro.carbon o. 6-275 Old Minor Canon. E. Neale
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Old oak chest. G. P. R. James
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Old paths. J. F. Berg
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