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Campbell, George, D. D. Lectures on ecclesiastical Campbell, T., Poetical works. Ph., 1847. 8. 23–173

history; with life of the author, by G. S. Same. Ed. by E. Sargeant. B., 1854 23-360
Keith. L., 1800.

32-1733 Specimens of the British poets; with notices,
Philosophy of rhetoric. N. Y., 1844 22-621

and an essay on English poetry. L., 1819.
Campbell, Hugh. The love letters of Mary Queen

23-911
of Scots to James, Earl of Bothwell; with Redding, c. Literary reminiscences and me-
her love sonnets and marriage contract. L.,

moirs of

30-940
1824. -8°

30-2332 Campbell, T. Memoirs by A. Campbell 30–1481
Campbell, James. Excursions, adventures, and field- Campbell, Walter. My Indian journal. E., 1864.
sports in Ceylon; its commercial and military

89

284-444
importance. L., 1843. 2 v. _89 284-393

The old forest ranger; or,

wild

sports in India.
Campbell, Jane. Campbell, A. Brief memoir of 2d ed. L., 1845. 80

20–319
30-1481 Campbell, Wm. W. Annals of Tryon county; or,
Campbell, Jane C. ' Money-maker; and other tales. the border warfare of New York during the

18-548
revolution. N. Y., 1831. 8°

262_33
Campbell, John. [Bookseller of Philadelphia.] Same. N. Y., 1849

264_34
Negro-mania ; an examination of the falsely- Historical sketch of Robin Hood and Captain
assumed equality of races. Ph., 1851. go

Kidd

18-554
294_224 Life and writings of DeWitt Clinton. N. Y.,
Campbell, John, D. D. 'Conquest of England ; let- 1849. 80

30-95
ters to the prince consort on popery, Pusey. Campbell's foreign monthly magazine.' v. 1 and 2
ism, neology, infidelity, and the aggressive in 1. Ph., 1842. go

17-25
policy of the church of Rome. L., 1861 Campe, J. H. Columbus; or, the discovery of

32-1409

America, as related by a father to his children.
John' Angell James; a review of his history, L., 1828

264-558
character, eloquence, and literary labors. Camper, P. See Dowie, J.
L., 1860

30–1306 Camperdown; or, news from our neighborhood;
Popery, ancient and modern; with warnings being sketches by the author of "Our neigh-
and counsels to the people of England. L.,

borhood"

18-557
1865

32–1677 Campin, F. Practical treatise on mechanical en-
Campbell, John. (Feringhee Bacha.) 'Lost among gineering; comprising metallurgy, moulding,

the Affghans; being the adventures of John casting, forging, tools, workshop machinery,
Campbell, related by himself to H. 0. Fry: mechanical manipulation, manufacture of the
L., 1862

286-419

steam-engine, and the analysis of iron and
Campbell, John, Li. D. Lives of the British admi.

iron ores.
Ph., 1864. 8:

6–478
rals, and naval history of Great Britain ; con- Camping. See Encamping.
densed. L., n. d.

30-1150 Campkin, J. Edwin May's philosophy. · L., 1864
- A political survey of Britain. L., 1734. 2 v.

11-236
40
25–307 Can wrong be right. Mrs. s. c. Hall :

18–1337
Campbell
, John, Ld. Lives of the chief justices

Can you forgive her. A. Trollope

18–3298
of England. Ph., 1851-7. 3 v. 80 30-666 Canada. Bonnycastle and Alexander. Canada as
Lives of the lord chancellors of England till the

it was, is, and may be

264_717
reign of George IV. Ph., 1847,8. 7 v. 80 Bouchette, J. Topographie; remarques ; rela-

30–73
tions avec les états-unis

34-4741
Shakspeare's legal acquirements considered. L., Charlevoix, P. de. Description of 266-16
1859. 80
24-85 Chesshyre, H. T. N. C. in 1864

266-527
Campbell, Gen. John. Personal narrative of thir-

Christie, R. Lower C.

26a_919
teen years service among the wild tribes of Day, S. P. English America

266_516
Khondistan for the suppression of human sac- Duncan, J. N. Travels in 1818-9 266-639
rifice. L., 1864. go
28b-430 Fidler, J. Observations on

266_523
Campbell, Rev.' Jolin. Travels in South Africa; Garneau, F. X. History of

262-678
undertaken at the request of the inissionary Geikie, J. C. Life in the woods 266_505
society. _And., 1816.80

286-50 Gourlay, R. General introduction to statistical
Campbell, J. F. Frost and fire, natural engines, account of U. C. .

266_598
tool-marks and chips; withi sketches taken at

Statistical account

265_597
home and abroad. E., 1865. 2 v. 8° 9-993 Hall, F. Travels

260-46
Popular tales of the West Highlands orally col. Head, F. B. Emigrant .

266_564
lected; with a translation. 4 v. 18–549 Henry, A. Travels and adventures 266-48
Campbell, J. L. A manual of scientific and practi. Hogan, J. S. Prize essay

266-313
cal agriculture. Ph., 1859

4-104 Holly, 0. L. Picturesque tourist and guide
Campbell, J. W. History of Virginia till 1781 ; with through C.

266-49
biograpbical sketches of the most distinguished Jameson, A. Winter studies and summer ram-
characters. Ph., 1813.

26a-35
bles

266-57
Campbell, Maria. Revolutionary services and civil King, w. R. Sportsman and naturalist in
life of Gen. William Hull ; prepared from his

9–686
manuscripts; with the history of the campaign

Kohl, J. G. Travels in C.

266_405
of 1812, and surrender of the post of Detroit, La Rochefoucault's travels, 1795–7 266_1005
by his grandson J. F. Clarke. N. Y., 1848. Logan, W. E. Report on geology .

9-251
80

30–1088 Macgregor, J. Our brothers and cousins 266_355
Campbell, St. G. T. Statement and brief on behalf

Martin, R. W. Upper and Lower C. 266-609
of complainant in case of Sanford and Ans- Michelant, H. et A. Ramé. Voyage de Cartier.
pach vs. Catawissa r. r. co. 1854. 8° 2-231

Documents inédits sur le C. 34-3539,3543
Campbell, T. Life of Mrs. Siddons. N. Y., 1834 Moodie, S. Life in the clearings 266-271

30-490
Roughing it in the bush

26"-235,6
(Ed.) Frederick the great and his times; with Picken, A. Canada for colonists and capitalists
an introduction. Ph., 1842. 2 v. 30-180

266-660
Same. 2d ed. L., 1844. 2 v.

30-868 Russell, w. H. Defences, condition, and re-
Same. 2d series. Ph., 1843. 2 v.
30–182

266-528
Letters from the South; written during a jour. - Silliman, B. Tour between Hartford and Que-
ney to Algiers. Ph., 1836 .

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Canada. Shaw, J. Ramble through
266_635 Canterbury tales. H. and S. Lee

18-1834.5
Smith, M. View of

32-239 Canton. Ljungstedt, A. Description of 284-21
Strickland's twenty-seven years in C. West See China.
266-367 Canvassing. Miss Martin

18-276
Stuart, c. Emigrant's guide to Upper C. 261–155 Cap sheaf, a fresh bundle. G. c. Hill

18–1434
Talbot, E. A. Five years residence 266-579 Capacelli, A. Novelle morali. See Soave, F.
Trail, C. P. Backwoods of C.
266-253

34-2517
Tremen heere, H. S. Notes on public subjects La tarantola

34-2518
265_454 Capadose, A. Recollections of my visit to Spain
Warburton, E. Conquest of C. 262-261

and its prisons in 1863. Trans. from the
Weld, J., jr. Travels in, 1795–7 260-641

German. L., n. d.

271-785
See Great Britain-colonies; New Brunswick; Cape Cod. H. D. Thoreau

266-518
New Foundland; Nova Scotia ; Saguenay Cape of Good Hope. Notes on

285-51
river.

Capefigue, B. H. R. Gabrielle d' Estrées, et la pol-
Canadian Crusoes. C. P. Traill

18-3267
itique de Henri IV. P., 1859

34-5402
Canadian naturalist. P. H. Gosse
1 9-1036 La ligue et Henri IV.

3me ed. P., 1843
Canadians. Morgan, H. J. Sketches of 30–1688

34-5404
Canals. Chesapeake and Delaware canal co. Re- La reforme et la ligue. 3me ed. P., 1843
ports, tolls and towage, 1864

34-5403
Davis, C. H. Inter-oceanic c. 261-657 Capel, C. E. Victorian enigmas, a series of acros-
Frisi, P. Essay on

6-852 tics, enigmatically propounded. L., 1861
New York. Annual report of state engineer

20-161
and surveyor, for the year 1862. Alb., 1863. Capel, Arthur, Lord. Lewis, T. Life of. v. 1 & 2 vf
6-31

30–1464
Pillet-Will

, le c'te. Depense et produit des can- Capell Brooke. See Brooke, A. de Capell.
aux et de chemins de fer
34-4739 Capelle, Marie. See Lafarge

34-3454
Schuylkill navigation company report

Capendu, E. Le Chevalier du Poulailler. N. Y.
Strickland, W. Reports to Pennsylvania so-

go

34-470.5
ciety for internal improvement 6-1023 Les colonnes d'Hercule. 'P., n. d. : 34-3110
Tanner, H. S. C. and railroads in the U. S. Le mat de fortune, 80

34-4911
25-40 See Barrière, T.

34-5327
Canals vs. railroads. Knighi, J. ' Report and doc- See Montépin, X. de

34-4387
uments

6–406 Capgrave, J. Book of the illustrious Henries ; trans.
Candamo, F. B. de. Por si rey' y por su dama. from the Latin by F. C. Hingeston. L., 1858.
T. T. E. v. 5

34-2
80

30–2020
Candler, J. Brief notices of Hayti: with its condi- Capitaine Curebourse. P. A. de Ponson du Terrail
tion, resources, and prospects. L., 1842

34-4330
266-669 Capitaine fracasse, ie. T. Gautier 34-5292
Candles. Faraday, M. Chemical history of 8-51 Capitaine Paul, le. A. Dumas 34-3203,4954
Kurten, P. Manufacture of
6-500 Capitaine Richard, le. A. Dumas

34-3207
Morfit, C. Chemistry applied to manufacture of Capital and labor ; an address

3-199
8-18 Capital punishment. Lord Hobart
Candlish, R. s. Life in a risen Saviour. Ph., 1858 See Punishment.

32–764 Cappell, Marie. See Lafarge.
Scripture characters. L.; 1857

32-690 Capper, B. P. Topographical dictionary of the
Cañizares, J. de. El Dómine Lucas; El picarillo

united kingdom. L., 1808. 2 v. 89 25-90
en España. T. T. E. v. 5 .

34-2 Capper, C. Port and trade of London, historical,
Canler (ancien chef du service de sureté). Me. statistical, local, and general. L., 1862. 8°
moires. P., n. d.
34-5227

1-165
Canne de jonc. A. de Vigny

34-4570 Capper, J. The three presidencies of India ; a his-
Canning, G. Select speeches; with a biographical tory of the rise and progress of the British

sketch, and extracts from his writings ; ed. Indian possessions. L., 1853. 80 284109

by R. Walsh. Ph., 1841. 8° 33–626 Capps, Edward. National debt financially con-
Bell, R. Life of

30-75
sidered. L., 1859

1-132
Bulwer, H. L. Historical characters 30-2336 Capron, B. Holden, F. A. Genealogy of descend-
Rede, N. N. Memoirs of life of. 2 v. 30–74

ants of

264_680
Stapleton, A. G. George Canning and his Capron, E. S. History of California ; comprising
times

30-1231

also a full description of its climate, surface,
Political life of :

30–1200

soil, rivers, towns, beasts, birds, fishes, state
Cannon, C. J. Dramas. N. Y., 1857 24-198

of its society, agriculture, commerce, mines,
Cannon, J. S. Lectures on pastoral theology. N. and mining; with a journal of a voyage to
Y., 1853. 80

32–1355

San Francisco and back. B., 1854 264_318
Canoe and the saddle. T. Winthrop 260_428 Capron de Dole, F. Blues and carmines of
Canoe voyage up the Minnay Sotor. G. W. Feath-

indigo; a practical treatise on the fabrication
erston baugh

266-348

of every commercial product derived from
Canon Muratorianus. S. P. Tregelles 32-2106

indigo. Ph., 1863

6-316
Canova, A. Memes, J. S. Memoirs of 30–76 Captain Blake. W. H. Maxwell

18-2136
Missirini, M. Della vita di C.
34–2508 Captain Brand. H. A. Wise

18_3565
Cantabs. Sketches of; by John Smith of Smith Captain Canot; or, twenty years of an African
Hall

18-2908
slaver. B. Mayer

286-198
Cantara. Nash and Bristow
5-1053 Captain Clutterbuck's champagne

18-560
Cantatas. Baker, B. F. Burning ship 5–956 Captain Dangerous. G. A. Sala

18-2718
Bennett, W. S. May queen
5-955 Captain Geo. Carleton. D. De Foe

18-829
Bree, J. B. von. Saint Cecilia's day 5–959 Captain Hall in America ; by an American. Ph.,
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, F. The hymn of praise 1830. 8°

30–385
5-821 Captain Singleton.' D. De Foe

18-826
Cantate. `A. Werner

5–1058,9 Captains of the old world. H. W. Herbert 298_63
Canterbury. Solner, w. Antiquities of 274_4013 Captive in Patagonia. B. F. Bourne 261-538
- Stanley, A. P. Historical memorials of 32–1048 Captive orphan. S. H. Tyng

32–847
Canterbury tales. G. Chaucer
23-470 Captives of Abb's valley. Moore

18-562

2ầu. p.

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Captivity in Japan. W. Golownin

286_491 Carey, M. Examination of the pretensions of Captivity and adventures in France and Flanders. New England to commercial pre-eminence, E. Boys

276-639

with a view of the causes of the suspension Captivity of two Russian princesses. Verderevsky of cash payments at the banks. Ph., 1814 286-332

1-17 Caracciolo, H. (of the princes of Forino, ex-Bene- Letters to the directors of the banks of Philadel. dictine nun) Memoirs.—Mysteries of the Nea

plia. Ph., 1816

1-271 politan cloister. From the Italian. L., 1864 Pamphlets, containing extracts from the Olive

32-1647

Branch, the Crisis ; an appeal to the good Caractères. La Bruyère

34-3453

sense of the nation ; thoughts on penitentiar(arafas of Maddaloni. A. de Reument 274_2445

ies; spirit of Jacksonism, etc. Ph., 1827–35. Caravan journey. J. P. Ferrier

286-236
80

3-59 Card-drawer. G. Griffin

18-3680 Pamphlet, containing parts of the Olive Card-making. Manuel du cartonnier et du cartier Branch, account of the malignant fever, etc.,

34-4094
Ph., (about 1793–1826.) 8°

3-64 Cardan, Ġ. Morley, H.' Life of: 30-1057 Philosophy of common sense. Practical rules Cardell, W. S. The boy of principle, the man of for the promotion of domestic happiness. Ph., honor; or, the story of Jack Halyard 18–563

1838

33-443 Cardinal Pole. W. H. Ainsworth

18-126 Short account of the malignant fever lately Cardozo, J. N. Notes on political economy. Char- prevalent in Philadelphia. 4th ed. Ph., 1794. leston, 1826. 80

3-45
80

10-21 Cards. One thousand tricks with c. 20-204 Carey, M. L. M. Four months in a dababëéh; or, Taylor, S. History of playing c. 20-206

a narrative of a winter's cruise on the Nile. See Games and names of particular games.

L., 1863. 8°

286_525 Cardwell, E. Lectures on the coinage of the Greeks Carey, W. Marshman, J. Ć. Life and times of and Romans. Oxf., 1832. 80 274_3087

30-1124 (arême de ma tante, la. A. Ricard 34-4820 Carey. See Cary. Carew, G., Lord. Letters, 1615–17. Camden soc. Caricature moderne, hist. de la. J. Fleury 34-4054 pub. v. 76 274_195 Carl and Jocko. Jac. Abbott

v. 10 of 18–15 Carew, P. Hooker, J. Life and times of 30-1235 Carl Werner. W. G. Simms

18-2857 Carew, T. (Sanford's Br. poets)

23-69 Carlen, E. F. Un an de mariage. Tr. de Suedois Carey, A. Full and true statement of the examina- par 0. Squarr. P., B., et L., 1854 34-4018 tion and ordination of. N. Y., 1843. 8° Bride of Omberg

18_575 32-1428 The brother's bet

184033 Carey, c. B.' Narration of the late war in New La Demoiselle de la Mansarde. Tr. de Suedois, Zealand. L., 1863

298_149

par Mölle Willy Wohl-Fann. Brux., 1855. 2 v. Carey, H. Dramatic works.' L., 1743. 40 24–159

34–4193 Chrononhotonthologos. M. B. D. 5 24-142 Deux jeunes femmes; ou un an de mariage. The contrivances. M. B. D. 5

24-142

Trad., M’lle M. Souvestre. P., 1866 34-40184 Carey, H. C. Essay on the rates of wages ; with The guardian. 3 v.

18–582 an examination of the causes of the differences Home in the valley .

18-577 in the condition of the laboring population

Ivar and the lover's stratagem

18-578 throughout the world. Ph., 1835. go 3–48 Ein launenhaftes weib; roman. Aus dem The French and American tariffs compared, in Schwedischen. Stutt., 1856. 2 v. 34-578 a series of letters addressed to M. Chevalier. One year; a tale of wedlock

18-580 Ph., 1861. 80

3-55 Six semaines. Tr. de Suedois par Aug. Couvreur. - Harmony of interests, agricultural, manufactur- B. & L., 1855

34–4192 ing, and commercial. 2d ed. N. Y., 1856. Carleton. [Pseud.] See Coffin,

C. c. 89

3-50 Carleton, Capt. Geo. See De Foe, D. Letters on international copyright. 2d ed. Carleton, G. W. Our artist in Cuba: Fifty drawN. Y., 1868. 8°

22-956

ings on wood. Leaves from the sketch-book Letters to S. Colfax on the paper question. Ph., of a traveller during the winter of 1864,5. 1864, 89

3-55
N. Y., 1865 .

5–385 Miscellaneous works. Ph., 1865. go 3-54 Carleton, J. H. Battle of Buena Vista, with the Past, present, and future. Ph., 1848. go 3-51

operations of the “

army of occupation " for Principles of political economy. Pts. 1, 3, 4.

one month. N. Y., 1848

264_36 Ph., 1837. 80 3-49 Carleton, J. W. See Sturges

20-208 Principles of social science. Ph., 1858. 3 v. Carleton, W. Evil eye.

18-586 80 3–52 Farda rougha, the miser

18–1058 Reconstruction; industrial, financial, and politi- Phil Purcel, and other tales of Ireland 18-3651 cal. Letters to the Hon. H. Wilson. Ph., Squanders of Castle Squander

18-589 1867

3-55 Tales and stories of the Irish peasantry 18–587 – The slave question. Extract from “The

Willy Reilly

18-588 plough, the loom, and anvil.”] 1849. pph. Carlier, A. Histoire du peuple Américain et ses 80

2-990

rapports avec les Indiens. P., 1864. 2 v. 8° Slave trade, domestic and foreign. Why it ex

34-4577 ists, and how it may be extinguished. . Ph., Le mariage aux états-unis. P., 1860 34-3958 1856

2-588 Marriage in the United States. Trans. by B. J. Carey, J. Practical English prosody and versifica- Jeffries. B., 1867

260-613 tion. L., 1816

22-616 Carlisle, G. W. F. Howard, earl of. [L'a MorCarey, M. Addresses of the Phila. society for the peth.] Diary in Turkish and Greek waters. promotion of national industry. Ph., 1819

B., 1855.

276_374 80

3-57 - Two lectures on the poetry of Pope, and on his Autobiographical sketches, containing a view of own travels in America. Leeds, 1850 265–292 the rise and progress of the American system. Same. N. Y., 1851

266-293 Ph., 1829

30-1685 Carlisle. Jefferson, S. History and antiquities of; Essays on political economy; or, the most cer

with an account of the gentlemen's seats in tain means of promoting the wealth, power, the vicinity

278_201 resources, and happiness of nations. Ph., Carlist war.

Farr, T. Rambling reminiscenses 1822. 8 3-58

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Carlist war. Henningsen, C. F. Campaign with
Zumalacarregui

279-2100
Carlo Broschi. E. Scribe

34–3732
Carlyle, A. Autobiography; containing memorials
of the man and events of his times. E., 1860

30_1341
Carlyle, 1. Critical and miscellaneous essays. B.,
1838. 4 v.

33–183
Same. B., 1860.40.

33–184
French revolution. B., 1838. 3 v. in 2 270–1628
Same. Leip., 1851.

274_1629
German romance

18-595
History of Friedrich II of Prussia, called Fred-

erick the great. 2d ed. L., 1858–65. 6 v.
80

30-1089
Same. n. Y., 1858-66. 6

30–1090
Latter-day pamphlets. B., 1850

2-590
Life of Friedrich Schiller; comprehending an

examination of his works. B., 1833 30–474
Same. N. Y., 1846

30-898
Life of John Sterling. B., 1851

30-675
Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches; with
elucidations. L., 1857.

3 v.

30–118
Same. N. Y., 1845. 2 v. 8°

30–1186
On the choice of books. Inaugural address;
with memoir. L., 1866

13–47
On heroes, hero worship, and the heroic in his-
tory. N. Y., 1841

33-177
Past and present.

1843

2-591
Same; with “Chartism." N. Y., 1862 2-5912
Sartor resartus. N. Y., 1862

33-180
Translations from the German

18-584
See Alexander, P. P.

15-288
Carlyon's year. By the author of “Lost Sir Mas-
singberd.” go

18_4031
Carmichael, W. M. The early Christian fathers;

or, memorials of nine distinguished teachers,
including their testimony to the three-fold

ministry of the church. N. Y., 1844 32–1461
Carmina Yalensia. F. V. D. Garretson 5-968
Camarvon, H. J. G. H., Earl of. Recollections of

the Druses of the Lebanon, and notes on
their religion. L., 1860

286_362
Carne, J. Lives of eminent missionaries. L., 1835.
3 v.

32-461
Recollections of travels in the east. A contin-
uation of the Letters from the east. L., 1830

286_48
Carné, L. de. La chute du grand empire 34-4660
Carnes, J. A. Journal of a voyage from Boston to

the west coast of Africa; with a full descrip-
tion of the manner of trading with the natives
on the coast. B., 1852

281-171
Carniola. Cadell, W. A. Journey in . 276_830
Carnival de mon père. A. Ricard

34-4820
Carnot, M. See Douglas, H.
Carolana. See Coxe, Daniel

v. 2 of 26a_79
Carolina tribute to Calhoun. J. P. Thomas

30-1871
Carolinas. Lee, H. Campaign of 1781 in 264_125

See North Carolina ; South Carolina.
Caroline, queen of George II. of England. Thomp-

son, A. T. Court and times of 30–1091
Caroline, queen of George III. of England. See

Thompson, Mrs. A. T. Memoirs of Vis.
countess Sundon .

30-1894
Caroline, queen of George IV. of England. See Im-
partial historical narrative

274_4050
See also Bury's diary

: 272_173 to 5
Caroline Matilda of Denmark. Smyth, Mrs. G.
Historical memoir of

30-2324
Wraxall, C. F. S. Life and times of

30–1787
Caroline. J. Abbott

18-7
Caroline Mordaunt. Mrs. Sherwood v. 13 of 18–2837
Caroline Perthés. Ch. Monnard

34–3545
Carpenter, F. B. Six months at the white house

with Abraham Lincoln. N. Y., 1866 30–1832
Carpenter, J. E. Songs and ballads. L., 1844

23-780
Carpenter, L. See Shepherd, w., et al.

Carpenter, M. Our convicts and their treatment.
L., 1864. 2 v. 8°

2-592
Reformatory schools for children of the dangerous
classes, and for juvenile offenders. L., 1851

13–48
Six months in India. L., 1868. 2 v. 286-588
Carpenter, S. C. Journey over land to India, partly

by a route never gone before by any European.
By Donald Campbell. Ph., 1807. 8 286-49
Memoirs of Thomas Jefferson ; with a view of

the progress of French influence in America.
N. Ì., 1809. 2 v. 80

30-265
Select American speeches, forensic and parlia-
mentary. Ph., 1815. 2 v. 80

33-613
Carpenter, W. B. Mechanical philosophy, horo-

logy, and astronomy. L., 1844 11-14
The microscope, and its revelations. L., 1856

11-99
Principles of comparative physiology. From
4th Lond. ed. Ph., 1854.80

9-913
Principles of human physiology. 3d Am. from

last Lond. ed., with notes and additions by
M. Clymer. Ph., 1847. 8°.

10-22
Principles of human physiology, with their chief

applications to psychology, pathology, thera-
peutics, hygiene, and forensic medicine, from

last London ed. Ph., 1860. 8o. 10-22a
Animal physiology. L., 1851

9–727
Use and abuse of alcoholic liquors in health
and disease. B., 1851 .

10-521
Vegetable physiology and systematic botany.

Ed. by E. Lankester. L., 1858 . 9-18
Zoology; a systematic account of the general

structure, habits, instincts, and uses of the
principal families of the animal kingdom, and
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Carpenter, W. H. Regicide's daughter 18–594
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Massacbusetts, C.
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264-375
Carpentry. Biddle, O. Young carpenter's assist-

5-700
Bell, w. E. Č. made easy

6-13
Browning, H. B. System of valuation 6-19
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Our workshop. A guide to the amateur 6-68

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Carpmael, W. Law of patents familiarly explained.
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Carr, J. The stranger in Ireland; or, a tour in the

southern and western parts of that country, in
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Tour through Holland, along the banks of the

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Carr of Carrlyon. H. Aidé

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20-8 Cary, Rev. Henry. Memoir of the Rev. H. F.
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Cary; with his literary journal and letters.
Carrie Hamilton. Mrs. M. A. Denison 18-835

L., 1847. 2 v.

30-78
Carrington, C. E. Inquiry into the law relative to Memorials of the great civil war in England,
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Carroll, B. R. Historical collections of South Caro-

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history of French poetry by H. Cary. L.,
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Carson, C. Burdett, C. Life of .

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274_773 Cary, J. Discourse on trade, and other matters
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relative to it. Essay towards settling a na-
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23-976
journal of a tour through Ireland, England,

Cary, T. G. Memoir of T. H. Perkins; with ex-
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Training in preventing diseases of the nervous Casalis, E. Basutos; or, twenty-three years in south
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Casper. Miss A. B. Warner

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276-28
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266-311 Casseday, D. B. The Hortons; or, American life at
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18-603
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266-14 Cassell's lessons in Greek ; including a grammar of
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Carwithen, I. B. S. View of the Brahminical reli-

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sacred history, and in its influence on the

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Cary, A. The bishop's son

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in the Bombay presidency. L., 1862. 8° 1-118
Človernook; or, recollections of our neighbor- Cassini. See Chappe d'Auteroche.
hood in the west

18-567 Cassique of Kiawah. W. G. Simms 18-2858
Clovernook children
18-568 Cassiday, L. C. See Mann, W. B.

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