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(Appendix to Report of Trustees of the State Library)

NASHUA, N. H.:
PRINTED BY THE TELEGRAPH PUBLISHING CO.

1906

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Abbot academy, Andover (Mass.) Abbot Academy at Andover, Mass. n. p. n. d.

Circular and catalogue, 1868-9, 73-6, '77-8, '80-1, '86-93, '94-9, 1900-5. Andover, 1869-1905.

Semi-centennial catalogue; a catalogue of the officers and students from its opening, May, 1829, to June, 1879. Andover,

1879. Abbot memorial book.

n. p. n. d. Abbot public library, Marblehead (Mass.). Annual report of the

trustees, 1878-1906. v. 1-28. Marblehead, 1880-1906. Abbott, Arthur Vaughan. Telephony; a manual of the design, construction and operation of telephone exchanges. 6v. N.

1903. Abbott, Edward, D. D. J. S. Lindsay, rector of St. Paul's parish,

Boston, 1889-1903. n. p. 1904. Abbott, Frances M. Three decades of college women. n. p. n. d.

Note: reprinted from the Popular science monthly, August, 1904. Abbott, Katherine M. Old paths and legends of New England. N. Y., 1904.

Twentieth century trolley trips. Bost., 1901. Abbott, Lyman, D. D. H. W. Beecher. Bost., 1904. Abbott, Rov. T. K. Critical and exegetical commentary on the

Epistles to the Ephesians and to the Colossians. N. Y. 1903.

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35. Academy, a journal of secondary education. v. 2-5. . Syracuse,

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V. 2, no. I; V. 3-14; V. 15, 10. 2. St. Louis, 1863-1905. Account of the terrific and fatal riot at the New York Astor place

opera house, on the night of May 10, 1849, with the quarrels

of Forrest and Macready. N. Y., 1849. Ackerman, Abraham. First book of natural history. N. Y., 1863, Ackerman, William K. Early Illinois railroads. Chic., 1884. (In

Fergus, Robert. Historical ser. no. 23.) Acworth (N. H.) Annual report, 1879-1906. Bradf. 1879-1906. Adam, Robert B. History of the abolition of railroad grade cross

ings in the city of Buffalo. (In Buffalo hist. soc.

v. 8; p. 149-254.) Adams, Charles Francis, 1807-1886. Address before the members

of the schools, and the citizens of Quincy, July 4, 1856. Bost.,

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Adams, Charles Francis, 1807-1886. Address on the life of W. H. Seward, April 18, 1873. Alb., 1873.

Oration before the municipal authorities of Fall River, July 4, 1860. Fall River, 1860. Adams, Charles Francis, 1835- Constitutional ethics of secession.

Bost., 1903.

J. Q. Adams in the 22d congress. (In Mass. hist. soc. Proceed. 1905.

V. 39; p. 504-53.)
Massachusetts; its historians and its history. Bost., 1893.

Queen Victoria and our Civil war. (In Mass. hist. soc. Proceed. 1903-4.

V. 38; p. 123-54.) Remarks on Mr. Rhode's fifth volume and some phases of the civil war. (In Mass. hist. soc. Proceed. 1905.

V. 39; P. 311-56.) -Some phases of sexual morality and church discipline in colonial New England. Camb., 1891.

Note: reprinted from the Proceed. of the Mass. hist. soc., June, 1891.

Wessagusset and Weymouth; an address at Weymouth, July 4, 1874, on the occasion of the celebration of the 250th anniversary of the permanent settlement of the town. (In Weymouth hist. soc. Pub. 1905. V. 3.)

Weymouth thirty years later; a paper read before the Weymouth historical society, Sept. 23, 1904. (In Weymouth hist. SOC. Pub. 1905.

v. 3.) Adams, Charles Kendall. Washington and the higher education.

Ithaca, 1888, Adams, Daniel, M. D. Key to Adam's New Arithmetic. Rev. ed.

Keene, n. d.

Scholar's arithmetic; or, Federal accountant. Ed. 5. Keene,

1808. Adams, Daniel S., M. D. Medical testimony; president's address,

N. H. medical society. n. p. n. d. Adams, Ephraim Douglass. Influence of Grenville on Pitt's for

eign policy. 1787-1798. Wash., 1904. Adams, Ernest Kempton. Mechanical and electrical inventions.

N. Y., 1900. Adams, George Irving. Zinc and lead deposits of northern Arkansas. Wash., 1904.

(In U. S. : Geol. survey. Professional papers. no. 24.) and others. Economic geology of the lola quadrangle, Kan

Wash., 1905. (In U. S. : Geol. survey. Bulletin. no. Gypsum deposits in the United States. Wash., 1904. (112 U. S. : Geol. survey.

Bulletin. no. 223.) Stratigraphy and paleontology of the upper carboniferous rocks of the Kansas section. Wash., 1903. (In U. S. : Geol. survey. Bulletin.

no. 211.) Adams, Henry Carter. Trusts. (In Amer.

Pub. 1904. v. 18, pt.

P. 91-107.) Adams, Herbert Baxter. Common fields in Salem. n. p. n. d.

NOTE: from Hist. coll. of the Essex inst. V. 19: p. 241-53. Adams, James Forster Alleyne, M. D. Prevention of disease in

Massachusetts. Bost., 1892. (Shattuck lectures.) Adams Capt. John G. B. Reminiscences of the 19th Mass. regi

ment. Bost., 1899. Adams, Josiah. Genealogy of the descendants of Richard Haven

of Lyuin. Bost., 1843.

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Adams, Oscar Fay. Some famous American schools. Bost.,

1903. Adams, Rer. Phineas. Sermon at the ordination of the Rev.

Nathan Bradstreet to the pastoral care of the church of Christ

in Chester, N. H., Oct. 30, 1793. Exeter, 1794. Adams, Samuel. Writings; collected and ed. by H. A. Cushing.

V. 1-2 N. Y., 1904-6. Adams, Rev. Solomon. Address at North Yarmouth, April 28,

1830, before the Cumberland county temperance society.

Portl. 1830. Adams, Rar. Thomas. Sketch of the life of David Thurston.

Portl. 1867. Adams, Walter Sidney and Frost, Edwin Brant. Radial veloci

ties of twenty stars having spectra of the Orion type. Chic., 1903.

NOTE: reprinted from v. 8 of the Decennial publications. Adams, William. International medical congress in Philadelphia;

inaugural address delivered at the Medical society of London,

Oct. 16, 1876. Lond., 1876. Adams nervine asylum. Annual report of the managers, 1882-3,

'85-1905. v. 5-6, 8-28. Bost., 1883-1905. Addis, Wellford. Bertillion system as a means of suppressing the

business of living by crime. (In U. S.: Education, bureau of.

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Gloucester, 1898-1903. Address on the medical education of women. N. Y., 1864. Address to the heads of families in general and to professors in

particular, upon the duty of prayer, and the education of those under their care; selected from late eminent authors. Wind

sor, 1807 Adeney, W. E. Photographs of spark-spectra from the large

Rowland spectrometer in the Royal university of Ireland. (In Royal Dublin soc. Sci. proceed. 1905. TO; p. 24-47,

235-49.) Adirondack cottage sanitarium, Saranac Lake, (N. Y.). Annual

report, November, 1895, '97-1904. V. II, 13-20. n. p. 1895-1904. Adler, Elkan Nathan. Inquisition in Peru. (In Amer. Jewish hist. soc.

Pub. 1904. V. 12; p. 5-37.)
Advance advocate, monthly. v. 12-13. St. Louis, 1903-4.

NOTE: continuation of Trackman's advance advocate.
Advance club, Manchester, (N. H.). Outline of work for 1896-

1904, 1905-6. 11. p. 1896-1903. Advent christian quarterly; ed. by W. L. Himes.

Buchanan, 1869-70. Advent review and Sabbath herald; weekly. v. 18, no. 26; V. 19,

no. 10; v. 21, no. 18; v. 23, no. 3, 7, 10, 16-18, 21, 25-6; v. 24, no. 9, 12; V. 25, no. 3; v. 26, no. 16-17; v. 27, no. 14; v. 28, no. 15, 24; v. 29, no. 2, 8-10, 12-13, 18, 22-4, 26; v. 30, no. 2, 8-9, 13-16, 19, 23-4; v. 31, no. 4, 10, 14-17, 21; v. 32, no. 2, 4, 9, II; V. 33, no. 5-6, 10-12, 14-18, 21, 26; v. 34, no. 1, 5, 11-12, 15, 17, 20, 24-5; v. 48, no. JL-12, 14-23, 25; v. 49, no. 9, U-14, 16, 18-21, 23; V. 50, no. 3, 5-16, 18; v. 51, no. 4, 8-14, 20; v. 53, no. 3, 5-19, 21; V. 54, no. 10, 12-23, 26; v. 55, no. 1-23, 25-6; v. 56, no. 3-14, 1620, 25-6; v. 57, no. 4; v. 58, no. 1, 4, 7-8, 10; v. 60, no. 8, 10-16, 18, 20-34, 36, 38-42, 44, 46, 48; v. 61, no. 3. 6, 12-19, 21-2, 24-32, 34; v. 62-4; v. 65, no. 42, 14; V. 66, no. 37, 39-40, 42-50, 52; v. 67-82. Battle Creek, 1861-1905.

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