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Mudge, Z. A. Christian statesman 30–1874 Trelawney, E.T. Recollections of

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sentiments of the Hindoos. L., 1848. 80

St. Jago de Chili. 2d ed. L., 1868. 89 266–12

281_450 | Bysshe, E. Art of English poetry : containing rules
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for making verses; a dictionary of rhymes, and
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a collection of the most natural, agreeable, and
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sublime thoughts that are to be found in the
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moral de l'homme. 3me ed. P., 1815. 2 v.
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3-32 Cabecillas et guerrilleros. G. Ferry 34-4517
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25-311

unity of mankind. N. Y., 1859 . 292_173
Byrn, M. L. Complete practical brewer ; including Cabin and parlor (under title of Courtenay Hall).
instructions for making Bavarian beer ; also,

J. T. Randolph

18-2576
all the small beers. Ilust. Ph., 1852 6–302 Cabin book. C. Sealsfield

18-2783
Complete practical distiller. Ph., 1860 6-303 Cabin boy's stories. J. A. Maitland 18-2027
Byrne, A. S. Uses and advantages of compressed Cabinet des fées. G. Gérard

34-5039
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1825. L.

296-128
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Cabinet of natural history and American rural sports.
Byrne, J. C. Twelve years' wanderings in the v. 1-2. Ph., 1830–32. 40

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British colonies, 1835–47. L., 1848. 2 v. 89 Cabinet of poetry, containing the best entire pieces

291-10

to be found in the works of the British poets.
Byrne, o American engineer, draftsman, and ma- I., 1808.

6 v.

23-688
chinist's assistant. Ph., 1853. 4° 6-992 Caboche, Ch. Joinville

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Dual arithmetic. A new art. With a complete Cabool. See Cabul.
analysis. L., 1864. go

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Memoir of. With à review of the history of
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6-300 Cabul. Eyre, V. History of military operations at
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282-224 and 286-432
Ph., 1864

6-28 Burnes, A. Journey to Cabool 286_45
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Caubul, and its dependencies

282_94
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34-3638
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32-1748
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for future historians

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Translated in verse from the Anglo-Saxon.
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By W. H. F. Bosanquet. L., 1860 23-62:
Same. With notes and memoir. Ph., 1856.80 Cæsar, Augustus. Becker, W. A.

Gallus ; or,
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Ed.
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Catfraria. Kay, S. Researches

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Cagnotte, la. Labiche et Delacour

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Caillié, R. Travels through Central Africa to Tim-

bụctoo, and across the great desert to Mo-

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The slave power. L., 1862. 8° 264_481
Cairngorm mountains. J. H. Burton 276-817
Cairns, J. False Christs and the true; or, the gos-

pel history maintained in answer to Strauss
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Memoir of John Brown, D. d. E., 1860

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Cairns, J. T. Recruit; a compilation of exercises

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Cairo. Journal from Grand c. to Mount Sinai and
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count of the ministers who were ejected or
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Calculus. Boucharlat, J. L. Calcul differentiel et

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Johnson, G. W. Three years in C. 286-8
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3+2
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v. 9 of 34-3897
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lives and stories of some thorough workers.
L., n. d.

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Charleston and N. Y., 1851-6. 6 v. 8° 262_950
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the constitution and government of the U. S.
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2-578
Jenkins, J. S. Life of

30-670
Thomas, J. P. Carolina tribute to 30–1871
Calico printing. Bancroft, E. Philosophy of per-
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Dictionary of

6-381
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Calicots, les. P. Avenel

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California. Bartlett, J. R. Explorations with U.

S. and Mexican boundary commission 261-270
Borthwick, J. D. Three years in C. 266_360
Browne, J. R. Sketches of adventure 266-501
Bryant, E. What I saw in C. Journal 266–7,8
Buffum, E. G. Six months in the gold mines

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Capron, E. s. History, etc. : 264318
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Chappe d'Auteroche. Voyage to 266-672
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Colton, w. Three years in C.

266-204
Cutts, J. M. Conquest of—1846,7 262_882
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Fremont and Emory. Reports

266-15
Golden dreams and leaden realities 266-2.55
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20-316
Hittel, J. S. Resources of c.

266_432
Hutchings, J. M. Scenes of wonder 266_585
Letts, J. M. California illustrated 266-244
McIlvaine, J. W. Scenery and adventure in

266-601
Marryatt, F. Mountains and mole hills 260-283
Norman, L. Youth's loistory

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Palmer, J. W. The new and the old 296_159
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Robinson, A. Life in C.

266-71
Schætfer, L. M. Sketches

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Soule, F. Annals of San Francisco 264-328
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26_676
Taylor, B. Eldorado

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Thornton, J. Q. Oregon and C.-1848 261-127
Tyson, P. T. Geology and industrial resources
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9-303
Whitney, J. D. Geological survey 9-1209,10
Wilkes, C. C. and Oregon

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Willard, E. History of .

264_249
Woods, D. B. Sixteen months at the gold
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266-223
Caliste. °C. P. Colardeau

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Calkins, N. A. Primary object lessons for a grad-
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Calkins, W. Sketch of the life of M. W. Baldwin

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Callan, J. F. Military laws of the United States re-

lating to the army and to bounty lands and
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Callcott, J. W. Grammar of music. 5th ed. L., n. d.

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Callcott, M. Essays towards the history of painting.
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Short history of Spain. l., 1828. 2 v. 279-2009
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Callender, J. "Historical discourse on the civil and
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Callery and Yvan. History of the insurrection in

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Callicot, T. C. Hand-book of universal geography;
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Calmet, A. Great dictionary of the holy bible, his-

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5 v. 4°

32-2021
The phantom world; history and philosophy of

spirits, apparitions, &c. ; with preface and

notes by H. Christmas. Ph., 1850 32-1134
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Calton, R. B. Annals and legends of Calais; with

sketches of émigré notabilities and memoir of
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Calvary ; à tragedy. L. Osborn

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Calvert, F. Law respecting parties to suits in equity.
Ph., 1837

v. 17 of 2-55
Calvert, G. Universal restoration ; a poem. L.,
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Calvert, G. H. Arnold and André ; an historical
drama. B., 1864

Calvert, G. H. First years in Europe. B., 1866

276-833
The gentleman. B., 1863

33-426
Introduction to social science. N. Y., 1856

2-579
Scenes and thoughts in Europe. B., 1863 270-269
Same. 2d series. N. Y., 1852

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Calvert, J. See Williams, T.

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Calvert, L. G. W. Burnap. "Life of. (s. A. B. 19)

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Calvin, J. Commentary on the first book of Moses

called Genesis. Trans. by J. King. E.,
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Commentary on the four last books of Moses

in the form of a homily. Trans. by C. W.

Bingham. E., 1852–55. 4 v. 80 32–1236
Commentary on Joshua. Trans. by H. Bever-

idge. Tholuck's dissertation, and opinions
and testimony as to the value of Calvin's
writings. E., 1854. 8

32-1237
Commentary on Psalms. Trans. by J. Ander-
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32–1238
Commentary on Isaiah. Trans. by W. Pringle.
E., 1850–53. 4 v. 8

32-1239
Commentary on Jeremiah and the Lamenta-

tions. Trans. by J. Owen. E., 1850-55.
5 v. 80

32-1240
Commentary on the first twenty chapters of

Ezekiel. Trans, by T. Myers. E., 1849–50.
2 v. 80

32-1241
Commentary on Daniel.' Trans. by T. Myers.
E., 1852,3. 2 v. 80

32-1242
Commentary on the twelve minor prophets.
Trans. by J. Owen. E., 1846–49, 5 v. 8°

32-1243
Commentary on the harmony of the evangelists
Matthew, Mark, and' Luke. , Trans. by W.

Pringle. E., 1845, 46. 3 v. 8° 32-1244
Commentary on the gospel of John. Trans. by

W. Pringle. E., 1847.. 2 v. 80 32-1245
Commentary on the acts of the apostles. Trans.

by H. Beveridge. E., 1844. 2 v. 8° 32-1246
Commentary on the epistle to the Romans.

Trans. by H. Beveridge. E., 1844. 8° 32–1247
Same. Trans. by J. Owen. E., 1849. 8° 32-1248
Commentary on the epistles to the Corinthians.

Trans. by J. Pringle. E., 1848. 2 v. 8° 32-1249
Commentary on the epistles Galatians and

Ephesians. Trans. by W. Pringle. E., 1854.

32-1250
Commentary on the epistles to the Philippians,

Colossians, and Thessalonians. Trans. by J.
Pringle. E., 1851. 89

32-1251
Commentary on the

epistles to Timothy, Titus,
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Commentary on the epistle to the Hebrews.

Trans. by J. Owen. E., 1853. 8° 32-12:3
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80

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and edited with historical notes by J. Bonnet,
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80

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28b-429 Cambist . Kelly, P, Universal c. 1-504

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