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– Maurice, F. D. The religions of the world
– Sheda, w. G. t. Homiletics and pastoral
Theopneusty. S. R. L. Ganssen . . 32-90
The faculties of the human mind as illustrated
by the most remarkable dreams of sacred ani
profane history. L., 1808. 2. v. 1.5-13
and sbade, of colour and harmony. Pl., 1871
The aluse of the metallic principle to deprecia-
32-1085 Theory of money, in connection will some of the
prominent doctrines of political economy.
By a Scotch banker. E., 1868 . 1-344
. 32-795 Therapeutics. See Materia medica.
Theron and Aspasio. Sandeman, R. Letters on
. . . 32-269
in New South Wales and Victoria ; with a
chapter on transportation and the ticket-of-
leave system. L., 1863. 8 . 296_0201
. . 34-3996
- Premiers conseils aux mères sur les movens de
P. A. Lenare, et al. Cours d'éducation élé.
mentaire pour les filles de quatre à dix ans;
comprenant conseils aux mères, lecture, écri-
ture, exercises de mémoire, premieres connais-
sances. P., 1840. 8o.
- Common sense applied to religion 32-900 | Thesaurus of German poetry. C. Graeser 34-2406
eighteenth century; containing sketches of the
lives, productions, etc., of all the principal
managers, dramatists, composers, commenta-
tors, actors and actresses, of the united king-
dom. L., 1802 .
version. N. Y., 1856. 4° . , 32-2061
. . . . . 32-789 mentary on . . . . . 32-2033
. 32-295 | Thibaut, A. F. J. See Lindley, Nathaniel.
Thibet. 'Duhalde, P. Description of. 29_19
- Hluc, E. R. Poyage dans . . 34-3900
- -- Christianity in .
Thiboust, Lambert.' See Clairville; Decourcelle, A.
. . v. 9 of 9-594
ters, his acadamies, and his literary friends.
Trans. from the French. Ph., 1806. 2 v. Sto
in cypher. L., 1772
Thiele, J. M. See Barard. M. R.
P., 1862 .
Ome ed. P., 1856 . . . 34-38.35
– Palmer, R. Formation of religious opinions
– Thomson, T. 'West Himalaya and Thibet*
Thierry, J. N. A. Formation and progress of the Thirty years' war. Relations between England and tiers état, or third estate in France. Trans.
Germany. Camilen soc. pub. v. 90 274–195 by F. B. Wells. L., 1855. 2 v. 274–1931 - Schiller, F. History of . . v. 1 of 33-128 - Hisioire de la conquiété de l'Angleterre par le - Trench, R. C. Social aspects of. 274–2687
Normands de ses causes et de ses suites jusqu'à -- See Wallenstein.
nos jours. 10me ed. P., 1876. 4 v. 34-3850 Tholuck, F. A. D. Guido and Julius: the doctrine - Historical essays, and morratives of the Mero
of sin and the propitiator. L., 1836 32-2178 virgian era; with an autobiographical preface. - Light from the cross : sermons on the passion Ph., 1845. 8° . . . 274–3.751
of our Lord. Ph., 1878 . . 32-725 -- History of the conquest of England by the Merits of Calvin as an interpreter of the holy Normans; its causes, and its consequences in
scriptures; trans, by Prof. Woods; to which England, Scotland, Ireland, and on the con
are added, Opinions and testimonies of foreign tinent. Ed. by W. Hazlitt. L., 1817. 2 v.
and British divines and scholars as to the value . . 274_11:0
and importance of the writings of Jolin Calvin; - Lettres sur l'histoire de France, pour servir
with a preface by Wm. Pringle. L., 1845 d'introduction à l'étude de cette histoire.
. . . . . . 32-1383 11me ed. P., 1876 . . . 34-3854
- Translation and commentary of the psalms. - Same; with Dix Ans d'études historiques.
Trans, from the German, by J. I. JIombert. Sme ed. B., 1839. go . . 34-4567
Ph., 1858. 80 . . . . 32-831 - Récits de temps Mérovingiens; précédés de - See Monod, A., et al.
considerations sur l'histoire de France. Ome Thomas, Annie. See Cudlip, Mrs. P.
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.:. : :
261–175 B., 1862. 20 v. en 28. . . 31-4263 Thomas, C. Farmingdale . . . 18–3214 - History of the consulate and the empire of France Thomas, c. W. Adventures and observations on under Napoleon ; forming a sequel to “The
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. 274_1937 Thomas, F. W. Howard Pinckney , 18-1502 Same. v. 1. Ph., 1844. 2 v. 80. [No title] - John Randolph, of Roanoke, and other sketches
. . 274–1938
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. . . . . 30-739 Fr. Shoberl. Ph., 1840. 3 v. 8° 274–1934
Thomas, G. Historical and geographical account of - Saine. 3d Am. ed. Ph., 1842,3. 4 v. 8°
the province and coumtry of Pennsylvania, . . 274_1935
and of west New Jersey, in America. L., 1698 Same. New ed. L., 1854. 5 v.. 27–1936
. . . . . 262-1050 - The Mississippi bubble: a memoir of John Thomas, Jerry. IIow to mix drinks; or, the bonLaw; to which are added accounts of the
vivant's companion. N. Y., 1862 6-223 Darien expedition, and the South sea scheme. Thomas, Josephi. Comprehensive medical dictionTrans, and edited by F. S. Fiske. N. Y., ary ; containing the pronunciation, etymology, 18.79
and signification of the terms made use of in - Revolution Française. 14me ed. P., 1846. 8 v. medicine and the kindred sciences. Ph., 1864 34-3858
10-350 – Sainte-Hélène. ' P., 1862: :
. 34-3859 – Travels in Egypt and Palestine. Ph., 183 - Laya, L. Etudes sur la vie de . 34-4698
. .: 236-162 Thimm, F. Literature of Germany; historically
and T. Baldwin. Lippincott's complete prodeveloped. 2d ed. L., 1866 . 92-1233
nouncing gazetteer. Ph., 18.55. 2 y. 80 - Shakespeariana, from 1564 to 1864. (England, Germany, and France.) L., 1865. go – Same. Ph., 1868.82 : : : 25-1091
- See Baldwin, T. Thinc and mine. F. Neale: : :
18-23 Thomas, J. J. American fruit culture. N. Y., 1867 Things as they are in America. W. Chambers
4-266 . 205274 - Farm implements, and the principles of their Things as they are; or, notes of a traveller through
construction and use. N. Y., 1854 6-425 some of the middle and northern states. N. Thomas, J. P. The Carolina tribute to Calhoun. Y., 1834 .
266–124. Columbia, 1877. 8o . . . 30-1871 Things not generally known. D. A. Wells 33-053 Thomas, L. Ritled ordnance; a practical treatise on -- Timbs, J. Curiosities of history , 298_188
the application of the principle of the rifle to Think and act. V. Penny . . . 2-1001
guns and mortars of every calibre. L., 18.59. Thinking bayonet. J. K. IIosmer . 18-1490
6-708 Thiodolf, the Icelander. Lamotte-Fouquè 18-207 | Thomas, Ralph. Handbook of fictitious names; Thirlwall, C. History of Greece. L., 1836–16. 8 v. being a guide to authors chietly in the lighter
literature of the XIXth century, who have Thirteen months in the rebel army. W. G. Stevenson written under assumed names; and to literary
forgers, impostors, plagiarists, and imitators. Thirteen years in the itinerancy. ‘A. Manship
L., 1868. 8 . . . . 21-202
32-1322 - Martyr to bibliography; a notice of the lite and Thirty-nine men for one woman. H. E. Chevalier works of J. M. Quérard. L., 1867. 8° 30-1980
. 18–633 - See Harrington, R. Thirty years' musical recollections. H. F. Chorley Thomas, R. W. The young colonel, and other tales 5-1021
18-3219 Thomas, T. G. Practical treatise on the diseases of , 274_1251
women. Ph., 1868. go . . 10-804
Thomas, W. C. The science of moderation. L., . . 18-2945
:. . . 15-319 Thirty years passed among the players. J. Cowell | Thomas à Kempis. See Kempis.
18-3648 Thomas Aquinas. Hampden, R. D. Life of 15-127 Thirty years since. G. P. R. James : 18-1652 | Thomason, D. R. Fasbionable amusements. N. Y. Thirty years' view. T. H. Benton . 264–326
32-1834 Thirty years' war. B. Chapman .
30-936 | Thomason, T. T. Sargent, J. Life of 30-529
Thirty years of foreign policy. T. MacKnight
Thome, J. A., and J. H. Kimball. Emancipation Thompson, Robert. Gardener's assistant; a pracin the West Indies; a six months' tour in
tical and scientific guide to the formation and Antigua, Barbadocs, and Jamaica, in 1837. management of the kitchen, fruit, and flower N. Y., 1838. 8 . . . . 206-422
garden. L. 8°. .
. 4-128 Thomes, W. H. The bushrangers . 18-3212 Thompson, Robert, of Oatland. Statistical survey - Gold hunter's adventures; or, life in Australia
of the county of Meath. Dub., 1802. 80 i . . . . . . 18-3207
. , 270-935 - Gold hunters in Europe :
Thompson, Robert A. Christian iheism; the testi. Thompson, A. B. Victoria history of England. mony of reason and revelation to the existence L., 1865 .
. 274-1139 and character of the supreme being. N. Y., Thompson, A. C. The better land; or, the be
. 32-797 liever's journey and future home. ' B., 1859 | Thompson, T. P. Geometry without axioms; or,
the first book of Euclid's elements; with al. - Lyra cælestis; hymns on heaven. B., 1863
terations and familiar notes, and an intercal. . . . . 25-674
ary book. 4th ed. L., 1833. 80 14-110 - The mercy-seat; or, thoughts on prayer. B., | Thompson, T. R. H. See Allen, W. 1863. . .
32-1166 | Thompson, Waddy. Recollections of Mexico. N. - Seeds and sheaves. B:, 1869. . 32–2454
Y., 1846. go
: 206-125 Thompson, B. See Rumford.
Thompson, William. Natural bistory of Ireland. Thompson, B. F. History of Long Island; in
L., 1849-56. 4 v. 8o.
9-683 cluding notices of numerous individuals and Thompson, Rev. Williain. See Aids to faith families ; also a particular account of the dif
32-982 ferent churches and ministers. N. Y., 1843.
Thompson, Sir William, and P. G. Tait. Treatise 2 v. 80
on natural philosophy. v. 1. Oxf., 1867. 8 Thompson, D. P. Centeola, and other tales
11-320 . 18-3223 Thompson, W. T.' Major Jones' courtship - The doomed chief . . . . 18–3220 - Gaut Gurley .
18-3221 Thompson, Zadock. History of Vermont, natural, - Green mountain boys
civil, and statistical. Burlington, 1842. 8o Thompson, D'Arcy W. Day dreams of a school
mi . . . . 262-239 master. E., 1864. . . . 18-228 Thompson. See Thomson. - Wayside thoughts; being desultory essays on Thoms, W. J. Book of the court; exhibiting the education. N. Y., 1868
history, duties and privileges of the several Thompson, E. P. The passions of animals. L., ranks of the English nobility and gentry, par1851 . . . . . . 9-693
ticularly of the great officers of state, and Thompson, G. Account of missionary labors, suf
members of the royal household. 2d ed. L., ferings, travels, and observations, in western
1844. 8 . . . . . 272-93 Africa, at the Mendi mission. N. Y., 1852 - Early English prose romances; withi biblio. . . . . 285–166
graphical and historical introductions. 2d ed. - Prison life and reflections; or, a narrative of
L., 1858. 3 v. 8 . . . 92–1238 the imprisonment, etc., of Work, Burr, and Hannah Lightfoot; Queen Charlotte and the Thompson, in Missouri penitentiary, for at
Chevalierd'Eon; Dr. Wilmot's Polish princes. tempting to aid some slaves to liberty. Ober
L., 1867. go
. 30-2320 lin, 1847
. 30–1430 Thomson, Alexander. Punishment and prevention. Thompson, G. W. The living forces of the universe ;
. 2-591 the temple and the worshippers. Ph., 1866 Thomson, Alexander, M. D. Letters of a traveller, . . . . . . . 15-307
on the various countries of Europe, Asia, and Thompson, Sir Henry. Clinical lectures on diseases
Africa. L., 1798. 8. . : 290_21 of the urinary organs. Ph., 1869. 8° Thomson, A. F. The English schoolroom; or, . . . . . 10-886
thouglits on private tuition. L., 1865 13-227 – Pathology and treatment of stricture of the Thomson, A. S. The story of New Zealand ; past urethra, and urinary fistulæ. Ph., 1869. 80 and present, savage and civilized. L., 1879. . . . 10-906
. . . . 28--175 Thompson, Rev. Henry, et al. History of Roman Thomson, A. T. Domestic management of the sickliterature; with an introductory dissertation
room, necessary, in aid of medical treatment, on the sources and formation of the Latin
for the cure of diseases. 1st Am. ed., from language. L., 18.52 . . . 22-1241 2u L. ; with additions by R. E. Griffith. Ph., - Life of Hannah More; with notices of her sisters.
. 10-106 Ph., 18:38. 2 v. .
. :. : : 30-364 Thomson, Mrs. A. T. Lady of Milan. 19-2013 Thompson, H. See Smedley, E.' .
- Life and times of George Villiers, duke of Buck. Thompson, John. Manual of phonography. L., ingham. L., 1860. 3 v. . . 30-1299 1863. 8° . .
Literature of society; with an introductory Thompson, J. P. The Christian graces: a series of
chapter on the origin of fiction. L, 1802. lectures on II Peter i, 5-12. N. Y., 1859
22-1277 . . 32-1309 – Memoirs of the Jacobites of 1715-45. L., 1845,6. - Man in genesis and in geology; or, the biblical
3 v. 80
. 279-1136 account of man's creation tested by scientific – Memoirs of the life of Sir Walter Raleigh. Ph., theories of his origin and antiquity. N. Y.,
. 30-473 1870 .
. . . .9-344 - Memoirs of Sarah Duchess of Marll:oronxh. - Memoir of David Hale; with selections from his
and of the court of Queen Anne. L., 1839. miscellaneous writings. N. Y., 1850 30–59.5
2 v. 8 .
. 30–346 Memoir of Rev. D. T. Stoddard, missionary to - Memoirs of Viscountess Sundon, mistress of the the Nestorians, N. Y., 1858 . 30-1071
robes to Queen Caroline; including letters Photographic views of Egypt, past and present.
from the most celebrated persons of her time. B., 1874 .
. . 30-1894 The sergeant's memorial. [Memoir of J. H. - Same; with title, Memoirs of the court and Thompson, by his father.] N. Y., 1863
. times of King George II and Queen Caroline. . 30-1455 L., 1850. 2 y. .
. . 30_1091 - Stray meditations; or, voices of the heart in joy 1 - Recollections of literary characters and cele
and in sorrow. 'N. Y., 1852 . 32-16561 brated places. L., 1854. 2 v. . 30-1975
– Same. Bi 1969
Thomson, Mrs. A. T. and J. C. Queens of society. | Thomson, Thomas, F. L. S. Western Himalaya N. Y., 1860.
and Tibet; a narrative of a journey through - The wits and beaux of society. N. Y., 1861
the mountains of Northern India. L., 1852. . . 30-1329
. 285-285 Thomson, C. W. Love of home, and other poems. Thomson, Rev. Thomas. History of Scotland. E., Ph., 1815 : : 23-230
1856 . . .
. Thomson, Daniel. Handy book of the flower-gar
- See Chambers. R. den; being practical directions for the propa - and C. Macfarlane. Comprehensive history of gation, culture, and arrangement of plants in
England; civil and military, religious, intelflower-gardens all the year round. L., 1868
lectual, and social. Glasgow, 1859-61. 4 v. Thomson, David. Lunar and horary tables. 46th Thomson, w. See Watson, R. ed. L., 1853. 80 .
. 12–84 Thomson, W. M. The land and the book; or, bibThomson, H. B. Choice of a profession ; a concise
lical illustrations drawn from the manners, account and comparative review of the Eng.
customs, scenes and scenery of the holy land. lish professions. L., 1857 . . 33-901
N. Y., 1859. 2 v. . . . 32-785 Thomson, James. Poetical works; with memoir. Thomson. See Thompson. B., 1854. 2 v. .
23-435 Thomsonian practice of medicine. J. W. Comfort - (Bell's poets of G. B.) . . . 23-492
10-296 - Edward and Eleonora : a tragedy. B. B. T. Thorburn, G. Fifty years' reminiscences of New v. 15 . .
York ; or, flowers from the garden of Laurie The seasons; with critical observations of va
Todd. N. Y., 1845 . . . 30–527 rious authors; and potes by J. R. Boyd. N. - Forty years' residence in America; or, the docY., 1856
trine of a particular providence exemplified in Tancred and Sigismunda : a tragedy. B. B. T. his own life. B., 1834 . . 30-526 v. 14 .
24-71 - Men and manners in Britain ; or, a bone to Same. B. D. Y. 1
gnaw for the Trollopes, Fidlers, etc. N. Y., - Same. D. L. T. v. 11 .
270-21 - Same. M. B. D. v. 2
24-142 Thoré, T. Dans les bois. B. and L., 1856 - Same. I. B. T. v. 14 24-141
34-4184 --- See Cowper, W., and J. Thomson.
Thoreau, H. D. Cape Cod. 'B., 1865: 269-518 Thomson, John. A treatise on hat-making and - Excursions. B., 1863.
33-979 felting, including a full exposition of the sin. — Letters to various person. B., 1865 33-1290 gular properties of fur, wool, and hair. Ph., – The Maine woods. B., 1864. . 266_456 1868 .
n . . . 6-427 - Walden; or, life in the woods. B., 1854 Thomson, John, M. D. Account of the varioloid epidemic which has lately prevailed in Edin
33-359a burgh and other parts of Scotland; with ob. - A week on the Concord and Merrimack rivers. servations on the identity of chicken-pox with
B., 1862 .
. 266-522 modified small-pox. Ph., 1824. 80 10-581 - Yankee in Canada ; with anti-slavery and reThomson, J. Cockburn. See Bhagavad-Gítá.
form papers. B., 1866 . Thomson, J. C. See Thomson, Mrs. A. T.
Thoresen, M. Signe's history; a Norwegian tale Thomson, J. T. Some glimpses into life in the far
. 18–3227 east. L., 1865. 8 . . . 286-462 Thornbury, G. W. Art and nature at home and - Sequel. L., 1865. 80 .
. . 281_163
abroad. L., 1856. 2 v. . . 33-357 Thomson, M. The story of Cawnpore. 'L., 1859 - British artists from Hogarth to Turner; a series
of biographical sketches. L., 1861. 2 v. Thomson, M. M. Doesticks' letters; and what he
5-196 says . . . . .
18-3225 - The buccaneers; or, the monarchs of the main. - History and records of the elephant club 18-3226 L., 18.58 . - The lady of the lake. F's M. D. v. 22 24-113 - Cross country. L., 1861 . .. 276-605 - Nothing to say; a slight slap at mobocratic - Haunted London. L., 1865. 8 . 274_1142
snobbery, which has "Nothing to do" with - Life in Spain, past and present. N. Y., 1860 “Nothing to wear." N. Y., 1857 23–840
271-552 Plu-ri-bus-tah; a song that's by no author. Ph.,
– Life of J. M. W. Turner; founded on letters 1856 . .
and papers furnished by his friends and fellow - The witches of New York; a faithful revelation
academicians. L., 1862. 2 v. 8° 30–1302 and exposition of the doings of all the prin - Shakspere's England ; or, sketches of our social cipal astrologists, sorceresses, clairvoyants,
history in the reign of Elizabeth. L., 1856. and other votaries of the black art. Ph.
2 v. .
. 27-1142 33-844 – Turkish life and character. 1., 1860. 2 v. Thomson, Richard. Historical essay on the magna
276_583 charta of King John; to which are added the Thorndale; or, the conflict of opinions. W. Smith great cbarter in Latin and English ; the charters of liberties and confirmations granted by Henry III and Edward I ; the original chara Thorne, J. Rambles by rivers; the Duddon, the ter of the forests; and various authentic in.
Mole, Adur, Arun, Wey, Lea, the Dove, and struments connected with them. L., 1829.
the Ayon. L., 1844, 5 . . . 276-367 go.
2-180 Thornton, H. Inquiry into the nature and effects Thomson, R. D. Dictionary of chemistry; with of the paper credit of Great Britain. Ph., applications. L. 8o.
. 1-231 Thomson, S. Health resorts of Britain ; and how Thornton, J. 0. Oregon and California i
to profit by them. L., 1860. 8°. 10-16.3 with recent information on the gold mines. Thomson, Thomas, F. R. S. History of chemistry.
N. Y., 1849. 2 v. ..
. . 206-127 L., 1830. 2 v. .
8-97 Thornton, J. W. Ancient Pemaquid; an historical - History of the royal society ; from its institution review. Maine hist. col. v. 5 . 264_645
to the end of the eighteenth century. L., Landing at Cape Anne; or, the charter of the 1812. 4° . . . . . 11-520
first permanent colony on the territory of the - Sketch of the progress of plıysical science;
Massachusetts company. B., 1854. 80 (with Arago's lectures.) 80 . 12-2
. . . . . 20_492
Digne's history. iv.
Thoughts on religion and other subjects. B. Pascal
Thornton, J. W. The pulpit of the American revo- | Thoughts on death. Dobree
32-312 lution; or, the political sermons of' 1776 ; with | Thoughts of God. J. R. Macduff. . 32-1045 a historical introduction, notes, and illustra- Thoughts on habit and discipline. J. J. Gurney tions. B., 1860 . mi .
32-918 Thornton, R. (See E. E. T. S. pts. 8,261 . v.5,13 of 22-1043
• 32-167.8 Thornton, R. J. British flora; or, genera and spe Thoughts to help and to cheer. B., 1856 32-909 cies of British plants. L., 1812. ? v. 89 Thousand and one days.
18-3230 . . . 9–81 Thousand and one gems of English poetry. C. Thornton, Thomas. Present state of Turkey; to.
. 23-1042 gether with the geographical, political, and Thousand and one nights. See Arabian niglits; civil state of the principalities of Moldavia and Mille et une nuits ; Tausend und eine nacht. Wallachia. 2d ed. L., 1809. 2 v. $
Thousand lines. M. F. Tupper 23-237,295,301
Thousand miles' walk across South America. N. - Sec Milburn, W. Oriental commerce 1-49
H. Bishop ..
p.: 26-693 Thornton, W. T. On labour; its wrongful claims
Thousand a vear. Mrs.
ear. Mrs. E. M. Bruce, 18-462 and rightful dues; its actual present and pos Thoyras. See Rapin de Thoyras. sible future. L., 1869. 8°.
Thrale, II. L. See Piozzi. - Over-population and its remedy. L., 1846. go Thrasher, H. Hunter and trapper. N. Y., 1809 . 3-236
20–383 Thornton romances. Camden soc. pub. v. 30 Thrasher, J. S. See IIimboldt, F. H. A. v." . 274_195 Three ages, the. H. Martineau
18-3856 Thornwell, E. Lady's guide to perfect gentility, Three beauties. Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth in manners, dress, and conversation ; also, 1
. 18-2984 a useful instructor in letter-writing, toilet Three Bernices, thie. Mrs. A. M. Bright 18-414
preparations, etc. N. Y., 1860. 33-870 | Three chancellors; or, sketches of the lives of Wil. Thorough bass. Corfe, A. T. Principles of
liam of Wykeham, William of Wayutiete, 5-1126
and Sir Thomas More. By the author of the – Oliver, E. B. Manual of ..
"Knights of St. John.” L. . 30–1312 - See Harmony; Music, principles.
Three clerks. A. Trollope . . . 1R-3294 Thorpe, B. Analecta Anglo-Saxonica; a selection Three cousins. J. A. Maitland . . 18-2024 in prose and verse ; with a glossary. L., 1846 Three cripples, the . . . . 18-3232
. 22-1245 Three days in Memphis. M. Uhleman 28a-147 - Anglo-Saxon poems of Beowulf, The scop, or Three English statesmen. Goldwin Smith 30–1984
Gleeman's tale, and The fight at Finnesburg; Three eras of woman's life. E. E. Smith 18-2931 with literal translations, notes, etc. Oxf., Three eras of a woman's life. T. S. Arthur 18-189
18.55 . . . . . . . 22-929 Three estaits, ane satyre of. [E. E. T. S., pt. 37] - Northern mythology ; comprising the principal
. V. 21 of 22-1013 popular traditions and superstitions of Scan Threefold test of modern spiritualism. W. R. Gor. dinavia, North Germany, and the Netherlands.
2-2194 1851. 3 v. . .
: . 32-233 - See Anglo-Saxon chronicle.
Three gold dollars, the. J. Abbott v. 7 of 18-15 Thorpe, C., et al. British marine conchology; a Three great temptations of young men. S. W. descriptive catalogue, arranged according to
Fisher . . . . . . tie Lamarckian system, of the salt-water Three guardsmen. A. Dumas .
18-941 shells of Great Britain. L., 1844 9-325 Three hundred years ago. W. II. G. Kingston Thorpe, K. Four oaks: a novel . 18-39551
18-1769 Thorpe, T. B. IIive of the bee hunter 18-3229 Three kingdoms of nature. S. Haughton 9-997 - Master's house
18-2122 Three little spades. A. Warner . . 18-1048 - Our army on the Rio Grande; a short account Three lives, [under title of Hector Mainwaring. ] of events from the removal of the “army of
A. Fonblanque, jr. . . . . 18-3976 occupation" from Corpus Christi to the sur Three months in an English monastery. C. Walker
render of Matamoras. Ph., 1846 262-203 Thorpe; a quiet English town. W. Mountford
Three months in power. A. de Lamartino . 18–2279
. 274_1779 Thorwaldsen, B. Barnard, M. R.' Life of 30-1622 Three months in the southern states. It.-Col. FreThought. Boole, G. Investigation of the laws of mantle ..
200-405 15-148 – Mansel, H. L. ' Limits of : : 15-131
18-3884 – Neale, E. V. Analogy of thought and nature . 15–237
291_305 – Thought not a function of the brain ; a reply to Three paths. Julia Kavanayi : :
. 18-17% the arguments for materialism, advanced by | Three per cent. a month. c. Burdett, 18-515 W. Lawrence, in his lectures on physiology. Three phases of Christian love. M. E. IIerbert L., 1827 . . . . . 15–345
32-2258 -- See Logic; Mind.
18-33 Thoughts about the right. W. J. Allinson 32-1082 Three presidencies of India. J. Capper 282-109 Thoughts and apophthegms. R. Whately 32–1839 Three scouts. J. T. Trowbridge . . 18-3328 Thoughts and notes at home and abroad. E. Bur Three seasons in European vineyards. W.J. Flagg ritt . .
296-255 Thoughts and things. E. Burritt . 291_245 Three sisters. G. H. Lewes.
18-1795 Thoughts of a physician: the second series of Three tales. Countess d’Arbouville : 18-158
"Evening thoughts." L., 1868. 33-1097 Three thousand miles through the Rocky mountains. Thoughts, feelings, and fancies. C. N. Bovee
A. K. McClure . .
• 206-710 . 33-659 Three times dead. M. E. Bradden
. 18_35) Thoughts for the thoughtful. G. Mogridge 33-463 Three years among the working-classes in the US, Thoughts from writinys of Horace Mann. B., 1867 | during the war. L., 1865 . . 261-979
Three years in Chili. N. Y., 1803 . 266-24 Thoughts in my garden. M. G. Ware. 32-1037 Three years in field hospitals of the army of tbe Thoughts on national defence. W. Bowles 33-374 | Potomac. Ph., 1867 . . . 264-957
Three months under the snow. J. J. Porchnt **