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5-869 - New star papers; or, views and experiences of Begcars. 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. • 18-4045 | Behaviour book. Miss Leslie ..
33-252 - Plain and pleasant talk about fruits, flowers and Behind the counter. T. DeW. Talmadge
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18-308 - Royal traths. B., 1866: :
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291-104 Bell, C. D. Children's mirror; or, which is my Belcher, J. The Baptist pulpit of the U. S. ; pas.
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275_63 271-50 - On regimen and longevity. Ph., 1842 10-15 - Bell, R. Wayside pictures. : 271–231 Bell, John, M. D., of Lond. Engravings of the bones. - Burn, R. S. Agricultural tour . 4-174
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30-31 Bell, John. Poets of Great Britain, from Chaucer - M. Marmontel .
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23-470 the declaration of independence. Ph., 1859 -- VIII to XII. Spenser .
23-471 . . . 264_436 - - XIII. Waller . . .
23-472 Belknap, J. American biography, with additions
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23-484 Bellini, V. La sonnambula. With Italian and Eny. XXXVII. Garth and Fenton
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23-486 - The opera of Norma. With Italian and English XXXIX to XLIV. Pope and A. Philips words. B., n. d. 4o. .
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a practical treatise on the breeding, rearing, Bell, W. E. Carpentry made easy; with specific
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1-5 warehouses, church spires; comprising also a Bemis, G. Precedents of American neutrality. B., system of bridge building. Illustrated. Ph.,
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practical instructions for learners of the art, Bellah. 0. Feuillet ..
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. 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 . 34-3661 Bench and bar of South Carolina. J. B. O'Neall Belle-Gabrielle, la, mémoires de .
. . 30–1248 Belle Gabrielle. A. Maquet .
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34-4429 mediæval hymns; with translation. N. Y., Bellenger, S. et al. Nouveau guide de conversations 1 1867 ,
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