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Chanter, C. Ferny Combes ; a ramble after ferns Chapters of college romance. I. Butt . 18-533
9-24 Chapus, E. Manuel de l'homme et de la femme
34-4848 Character of the gentleman. F. Lieber 33-216,7
Characteristics of men of genius. L., 1846. 2 v.
23–331 Charades. Curo, M. L'art de jouer charades en
32-1460 Charities of London in 1861. S. Low, jr. 274_748
30–1477 Colwell, S.
New themes for the protestant
9-23 See Benevolence; Philanthropy.
13-53 Charlemagne. James, G. Š. R. History of 30-624
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Western empire 27_3376
y. 6 of 24-97 Charles I. of England. Reliquiæ sacræ Caroline ;
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286-585 Cunningham, A. Life and times of 30-1664
Hillier, G. Attempted escapes
10–666 Stiles, E. History of three of the judges of
5-599 Warwick, P. Memoirs of the reign of 30–1580
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Newfoundland. L., 1778. 80 260-672 Fellowes, W. D. Historical sketches 274_390
Hamilton, A. Memoirs of Grammont 30-213,6
Charles V ' of Germany. Autobiography; trans.
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269-442 at Vienna ; with a connecting narrative and · Letters to the Duchess of Lesdiguieres; giving biographical notices; ed. by W. Bradford. an account of a voyage to Canada, and iravels L., 1850. 80
L., Murray, J. Select biography v. 1 of 30-1915
206-17 Prescott, W. H. Later life 274-2670 Charlie Codman's cruise. 1. Alger, jr. 1S-140 Robertson, W. Reign of 274_2668–70 Charlie Seymour. C. Sinclair
18-2892 Stirling, W. Cloister life of
30–756 Charley, W. Flax and its products in Ireland. L., Charles IX. Chronique du temps de: (Roman.) 1862
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34-5462 Charley, W. T. Law of London cabs and omniCharles XII. of Sweden. Voltaire, F. M. A. de. buses. L., 1867
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34-3957 and v. 20 of 4868 Charlotte, princess of Wales. Huish, R. Memoirs History of
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30-36 Charlotte, Queen. Delany's reminiscences of - Philippart, J. Memoirs and campaigns of
30-1346 30-37 Charlotte Ackermann. 0. Müller
34-590 Charles the bold of Burgundy. Kirk, J. F. "His- Charlotte Temple. Mrs. Rowson
18-3726 tory of 274_1766 Charmed sea, the. H. Martineau
18-3855 Charles the great and Orlando. T. Roda (trans.) Charms and counter-charms. M. j. M'Intosh 23-843
18-1972 Charles Edward the pretender. See Stuart, C. Charlotte's inheritance. M. E. Brandon 18-379 Charles, Mrs. Eliz. Chronicles of the Schönberg- Charnock, John. Memoirs of Lord Nelson. N. Y., colta family ; by two of themselves 18-650
30-1513 Cripple of Antioch, and other scenes 18-760
Charnock, R. 'S. Iudus patronymicus; or, the etyDiary of Mrs. Kitty Trevylyan
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22-76 The early dawn; or, skeiches of Christian life Charpentier, J. de. Les glaciers et le terrain erratin England in the olden time. N. Y., 1867 ique du bassin du Rhone. Lausanne, 1811. 18-3899
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18-2119 Charters of the British colonies in America. Dub., Two vocations
26a_920 On both sides of the sea ; a sequel to the Dray. Chartism. T. Carlyle
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276-018 Canada ; in a series of letters to the Duchess Chase, W. S. See Vericour, L. R. M. oi Lesiliy uieres. L., 1761. 2 v. 80 201-16 Chase, the. Wm. Somerville
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2-931 Études sur l' Espagne. Littérature espagnole Chatillon, 'A. de, et L. Enault. Frantz Müller, suivi en France et en Italie. P. .
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18-622 autobiography. N. Y., 1853
270-308 Chatterton, T. Poetical works. With notices of his Chasse au lion, la. J. Gérard
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23-47 Chasseaud, G. W. Druses of the Lebanon; their Poems supposed to have been written at Bristol
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23-929 286-264 Same. 3d ed., with an appendix tending to Chasseur de plantes. Mayne Reid 34-3516
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(by T. Tyrwhitt). L., 1778.80 23-928 Chastel, S. Charity of the primitive churches. Supplement to the miscellanies of T. C. L., Trans. by G. A. Matile. Ph., 1857 32-671
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34-3761 Malone, E. Cursory observations on the poems Chateau Frissac. 0. Logan .
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23-676 Génie du Christianisme. P., 1838. 3 V. 34-5412 (Bell's poets of G. B.)
23-470 Le même. Suivi de la defense, et da la lettre Fables from, by J. Dryden
23-74 à M. de Fontanes. P., 1841. 2 v. 34-3115 Legende of goode women. Edited, with an inGenius of Christianity ; or, the spirit and beauty troduction and notes, by H. Corson. Ph., of the Christian religion, with a preface, bio
23-710 graphical notice, and notes by C. J. White. (Sanford's Br. poets)
v. 1 of 23-18 Bali., 1856. 8° 32-641 Select poetical works
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30-2003 - Les martyrs. P., 1838. 2 v.:
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18-621 Chauffour-Kestner, M. V. Ulrich von Hutten, imMélanges politiques. P., 1838. 2 v. 34-5409
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32-1163 Memoirs, letters, and authentic details relating Chaumière indienne, la. B. de Saint Pierre 34-4211
to C. F. d'Artois, duke De Berry. Trans. Chauncey, C. See Hopkinson, J.
30-35 Chaussée, la. See La Chaussée. Les Natchez. P., 1838. 2 v.
34-5415 Chauvenet, W. Manual of spherical and practical Le meme, suivi de la description du pays des astronomy; embracing the general problems Natchez. P., 1856
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use of fixed and portable astronomical instruRecollections of Italy, England, and America, ments. With an appendix on the method of
with essays in morals and literature. Ph., least squares. Ph., 1863. 2 v. 80 12-150 1816. 80
270-136 Treatise on plane and spherical trigonometry: Travels in Greece, Palestine, Egypt, and Bar- 5th ed. Ph., 1862. 8°
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34-5413 Cheetham, J. Life of Thomas Paine. N. Y., 1809. Robertson, J. B. Life, writings, and times of 80
30-1.567 274-3530 Cheever, G. B.
American common-place book of Chateaux de France. L. Gozlan : 31-3367
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23-50 Chatfield, C. Teutonic antiquities; or, historical and The guilt of slavery demonstrated from the Hegeographical sketches of Roman and barba
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274_3375 Lectures on the life, genius, and insanity of CowChatham, W. Pitt, earl of. Correspondence. Ed. per. N. Y., 1856
32-584 by W. S. Taylor and J. H. Pringle. L., 1838. The pilgrim in the shadow of the Jungfrau Alp. 4 v. 80
Cheever, G. B. The hill difficulty, and some expe
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32-52 - Journal of the pilgrims at Plymouth, in New
England, in 1020 ; reprinted from the original volume; with historical and local illustrations of providences, principles, and persons. N. Y., 1819
26443 Powers of the world to come; and the church's stewardship as invested with them. N. Y., 18.53
32-175 – Prose writers of America. A collection of extracts. N. Y., 1853
33-127 Punishment by death: its authority and expediency. N. Y., 1842
2-608 Right of the bible in our public schools. N. Y., 1854
32-497 Wanderings of a pilgrim in the shadow of Mont Blanc. N. Y., 1848
270–118,19 and J. E. Sweetser. Christian melodies: a se
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5-1024 Cheever, Rev. Henry T. Autobiography and memo
rials of Captain 0. Congar. N.Y., 1851 30-661 - Island world of the Pacific ; narrative and results
of travel through the Sandwich or Hawaiian
296-87 Life and trials of a youtiful Christian as devel
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30-882 Life in the Sandwich islands; or, the heart of the Pacific as it was and is. N. Y., 1851
296-90 – Voices of nature to her foster-child, the soul of N. Y., 1852
32-380 Reel in a bottle
18-026 Cheever, N. Biography by II. T. Cheever 30-882 Chefs d'ouvre de morale. H. Lemaire 31-5160 Chets d'auvre dramatiques de la langue française
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8-19 Reports on the use of lead pipe
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