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Ff 4-14032 1851. Reports of the juries. L., 1852. 8°
Memorials of the civil war. Edited by Robert Gb 3-8920 Bell. L., 1849. 2v. 8°
Cf 3-3485 Exodus.. Bush, G. Notes on Eg 7-8520 Markham, C. R. Life of
Dc 3–13636 Experience of life. E. M. Sewell Ff 11-14138 Fairholt, F. W. Dictionary of terms in art. L., n. d. Exposition of the causes and character of the late
Ac 6–13212 war with Great Britian, published by authority Fairie queen. See Faerie queen. of the American government. L., 1315. 8° Fairies. Drama. D. Garrick
Hb 7-10902 Cb 7-2688 Fairy fingers. A. C. M. Ritchie
Fc 8-14956 Exposition of the thirty-nine articles. T. Rogers Fairy tales. C. Mathews
Ha 9-10616 Eg 12-16285 - Ruskin, J. The king of the golden river Expositions on sundry portions of the holy scripture.
Hc 4-11141 Win. Tyndale
Eg 12-16289 Fairy tales and romances. A. Hainilton Ha 10–10645 Explanations; a sequel to “ vestiges of the natural Faiseur, le. Com. Balzac
Aa 2-12560 history of creation.” By the author of that Faith. 'Auberlen, C. A. The foundations of our faith work. N. Y., 1846 Ea 8-7312
Ef 10–8409 Expression. Bell, Sir C. Anatomy and philosophy of - Schedel, H. E. Emancipation of Ef 10–8402 Hc 3-11094 Tillotson, J. Rule of
Eg 1-8560 Extraordinary men. W. Russell'. Dd 1-5410 Faith Gartney's girlbood. Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney Eye. Knapp, G. A. The eye and its diseases
Fc 12-14856 Bh 5-Pam. 36 Faith, hope, and clarity. T. Adams Ef 3-82 46 Wallace, w. c. Structure of
Ga 6–8386 Faith Unwin's ordeal. G. M. Craik Ft 3-10647 Eyes and ears. H. W. Beecher : He 3-11917 Faithful forever. C. Patmore
Faithful friends. Drama. Beaumont and Fletcher Faber, George S. The difficulties of infidelity, to
Ib 7-10883 which is added modern infidelity considered, by Faithful shepherdess. Drama. Beaumont and Fletcher Robert Hall. N. Y., 1853 . Eg 10–8631
Hb 7-10552 Fable. Beattie, J. Fable and romance Hd 13–11740 Falcon family. M. w. Savage
Ff 12-14160 Fables. Aesopus :
He 9–120.53 Falconer, E.' Husband of an hour. F's S. D. v. 38 Fables of Phaedrus. Ha 1-10445
Hb 9-10970 Kalila and Dimna
He 7-12017 - Peep O'day. F's S.D. V. 44
Hb 9-10973 - La Fontaine, J. de
Ff 8-12352 Too much for good nature. F's M. D. Faca. 0. S. Wilcox . • Fa 11-15486
Hb 10-11005 Facetiae. See Wit and humor.
Falconer, Wm. The shipwreck; a poem, with life, Facheux. Com. Bal. Molière
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Hf 5-12262 Hb 2-10766, Hb 8–10945 Works. British poets
Ad 8-13456 Facsimilies of the original studies of Raffaello Falkland, A. F. V. Chow-chow; selections from a
Hc 4-11145 journal kept in India, Egypt, and Syria. L., – Of Bionarroti
Dh 5–6470 Faerie queen. E. Spenser
Hf 3-12219 Falkland islands. Mackinnon, Capt. L. Atlantic Faggot of French sticks. F. B. Head Di 6-6721
Df 9-6103 Faint heart never won fair lady. Com. J. R. Falkner Lyle. M. Lemon
Fb +-14563 Planché
Hb 9-10954 Fall of Mortimer. Drama. B. Jonson Hb 7-10641 Fair Harvard; a story of American college life Fall of the Nibelungers. W. N. Lettsom Hf 8-12392
Fd 14-13877 Fall River, Mass. See Mass., Fall River. Fair maid of the inn. Beaumont and Fletcher Fallen pride. Ann S. Stephens
Ff 8-14099 Hb 7–10883 Fallen pride. E. D. E. N. Southworth Ft 7-14084 Fair maid of Perth. Sir W. Scoit
F1 9-14109 Falsche scham. Sch. Kotzebue . Hb 8-10923 Fair play. E. D. E. N. Southworth Ff 6–14067 False delicacy. Kotzebue
Hb &–1012 Fair quaker of Deal. Com. C. Shadwell IIb 1-10733 False beir. G. P. R. James .
Fb 10-14598 Fairbairn, James. Crests of the families of Great False one. Drama. Beaumont and Fletcher Britain and Ireland, revised by L. Butters. Ed.
Hb 7-10882 by Joseph Maclaren. E., 1860. 2 v. 8° Fame and fortune. H. Alger, jr., Fd 6-154.55 Ch 10-4196 Famile, une. Mme. Guizot.
Aa 5-12794 Fairbairn, P. The typology of the scriptures reviewed Familiar letters from Europe. c. C. Felton Di 3-6631
in connection with the entire scheme of divine Familiar letters on public characters. W. Sullivan dispensations. Ph., 1859. 2 v. 8° Eg 10–8604
Cb 3-928 Fairbairn, Wm. Iron, its history, properties, and Family. Aikman, w. Life at home Bb 5-15759
processes of manufacture. New edition, revised – Harris, J. Constitution and probation of Bb 5–354 and enlarged. E., 1865. 8° Gb 9-9126 Family and the church. Fr. Hyacinthe Ef 7-8353 See Original essay, under head of Five black Family aquarium. H. D. Butler .
Family doom. E. D. E. N. Southworth Fb 6–14062 – On the application of cast and wrought iron to Family failing. Far. J. Oxenford Hb 10-11002
building purposes. N.Y., 1854.80 Gb 9-9123 Family history. Jewett, L. The Wedgwoods - Principles of mechanism and machinery of trans
Dc 4-5177 mission. Ph., 1869
GD 8–13659 Wiffen, J. H. Memoirs of the house of Russell Fairbanks, G. R. History and antiquities of the city
Dd 3-3485 of St. Augustine, Fla., founded 1565, compris- See Genealogy ing some of the most interesting portions of Family jars. Far.
Hb 10-10997 the early history of Florida. N. Y., 1858. 8. Family legend. Trag. J. Baillie Hb 7-10885
Cb 12–2826 Family pictures. Miss Anne Manning Fc 8-14971 Fairburn's genuine edition of the death-bed confes. Family secrets. Mrs. S. S. Ellis
Fb 9-14539 sions of the countess of Guernsey Dd 6–15911 Famous Americans of recent times. J. Parton See Guernsey, countess of Da 6–15911
Db 3-1896 Faire Saint Germain. Com. Regnard Aa 6–12943 Famous forgery. P. Fitzgerald
Dc 9–15821 Fairfax, Sir Thomas. Fairfax correspondence. Me- Famous men of ancient times. S. G. Goodrich moirs of the reign of Charles the first. Edited
Dd 1-5117 by G. W. Johnson. L., 1848. 2v. 8° Cr 3-3483 Fanaticism. I. Taylor. History of Ef 8–8399
Fanatisme. Trag. Voltaire
Aa 12–13242 Farquhar, G., continued.
Hb 1-10733 Fanchon. A. Waldauer
Hb 9-10972 Campbell, T., et al. Life of Hb 11-11011 Fancies, chaste, and noble. Drama. J. Ford Farquharson, Martha. Casella ; or, the children of Hb 7-10884 the valleys
Fa 15–14358 Fancies of a whimsical man, by the author of " Mus- Farr, Edward. "Ancient history. 'N. Y., 1850. 4 v. ings of an invalid." N. Y., 1852 He 8–12033
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Dg 2-6217 Editor. Select poetry, chiefly devotional, of the Fanning, Edmund. Voyages round the world ; with reign of queen Elizabeth, collected and edited
sketches of voyages to the south seas, north and for the Parker society. Cam., 1845. 2 v. south Pacific oceans, China, etc. N. Y., 1833.
Hf 7-16280 80
Df 3-5900 Editor. Poetry; chiefly' sacred, of the reign of Far above rubies. Mrs. J. H. Riddell : Fc-14920
James the first. Cam., 1847 Hf 6-11847 Faraday, M. Chemical manipulations; being instruc- Farragus. Balzac.
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a candle; with a lecture on platinum. Ed. by Farrar, A. S. A critical history of free thought in W. Crooks. N. Y., 1861
Eb 3-7386 reference to the Christian religion ; eight lec-Jones, B. Life and letters
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Eg 3-8460 Farm drainage. H. F. French Ec 10–7781 Farrar, c. c. S. The war; its causes and conseFarm implements. J. J. Thomas Ec 11-7797
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Cd 1-3143 - Todd, S. E. Young farmers' workshop
Farrar, F. W. Eric; or, little by little Fa 15–14355
Ec 11-7804 Julian home, a tale of college life . Fa 15–14356 Farm of Aptonga. Rev. J. M. Neale Fa 2-15765 - Seekers after God (lives of Seneca, Epictetus, and Farmer. Drama. J. O'Keeffe
Ca 5-2315 Farmer, John. A genealogical register of the first Farrar, John. Elements of electricity, magnetism,
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Ch 844138 coveries and improvements. Cam., 1826. 8° - and J. B. Moore. Collections, topographical, his
Ea 10–7411 torical, and biographical, relating principally Experimental treatise on optics. Cam., 1826. go to New Hampshire. Concord, 1831. 3 v. 8°
Ea 8–7300 Cb 9-2726 Farrar, Mrs. John. Recollections of seventy years
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Ad 7-13447 Dartmouth college, against William H. WoodFarmer's assistant. J. Nicholson Ec 11-7707 ward. Portsmouth, 1819. 8
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Hb 9-10968 Hb 7–10903 Farriery. Miles, w. The horse's foot Ec 17-7800 Farming Beecher, H. w. Talk about
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Ec 11-7790 Fascinating individual. F's M. D. v. 21 Hb 10–10999 - Clift, W. Tim Bunker papers Ec 10–7778 Fashion. Anna C. Mowatt Ritchie Hoskyns, C. W. Talpa Ec 11-7799
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Ec 10–7775 Fashionable life. M. H. Eastman Fb 9-14540 Mead, P. B. Our farm of four acres Ec 11-7772 Fashionable wife and unfashionable husband. Mrs. Mitchell, D. G. My farm at Edgewood
Fa 13-14848 Ec 11–15029 Fatal boots. W. M. Thackeray : Fe 9-15324 Morris, E. How to get a farm
Ec 10–7779 Fatal curiosity. Trag. G. Lillo
Hb 1-10751, and 11-11020 - Roosevelt, Ř. B. Five acres too much Fatal discovery. Drama. J. Horne Hd 3–11474
Ec 11-7793 Fatal dowry. Drama. P. Massinger Hb 7-10884 - Todd, s. E. Young farmers' manual Ec 11-7804 Fatal marriage. E. D. E. N. Southworth Ff 7-14077 - Waring, G. E. Book for young farmers
Fatalla Sayeghir. A. de Lamartine Dg 10–6282 Ec 10–7777 Fate. M. T. Cicero
Ha 1-10438 - See Agriculture ; Cattle; Drainage ; Gardening; See Literature, oriental. Landscape-gardening.
Father and daughter. Mrs. A. Opie. Fa 13–14848 Farnham, Eliza W. California indoors and out; or, Father and son. Drama. E. Fitzball Hb 9-10964
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Ha 5-10522 - Sir Harry Wildair. 'Com. Hb 1-10731 Fausse alarmė. A. Piron
Hb 2-10786 – The inconstant. F's S. D. v. 28 : Hb 9–10965 Fausse maitresse. Balzac
Faust. Drama. Goethe Hb 9–11627, and 10–11006 Fenians. See Stephens, James.
and Richard III., by various persons of rank
Ha 10-10646 or consequence; containing many curious anFaux, W. Memorable days in America ; being a ecdotes, and elucidating matters of state, and
journal of a tour to the United States, princi- private manners of the age, with notes histori-
Hb 8-10933 Faux amis. Com. Genlis.
Hb 2–10796 Ferber, J. J.Oryctography of Derbyshire. PinkFavorite haunts and rural studies. E. Jesse Di 5-6680 erton's voyages. 2
Df 1-5826 Fawcett, H. Economic position of the British labour- Ferdinand,
count Fathom. T. Smolleti hd 13–11714 L. and C., 1865
Ba 8–188 Ferdinand, VII. Kolli, baron de. Memoirs De 8–5760 Fawne. Drama. J. Marston · Hb 11-11022 Ferdinand and Isabella. Prescott, W. H. History of Fay, T. S. Dreams and reveries of a quiet man. N. the reign of .
De 8-5755 Y., 1832. 2 v.
He 14-14370 Ferguson, Adam. Essay on the history of civil soNorman Leslie Fa 15–14359 ciety. Ed. 1814. 89.
Ba 3-54 Fazio. Trag. H. H. Milman
Ha 9-10952 - History of progress and termination of the Roman Fearon, H. B. Narrative of a journey of five thou- republic. Ph., 1835 89
Ca 5-2317 sand miles through the eastern and western Same. E., 1825. 5 v. 8°
Ca 5-2318 states of America. L., 1819. 8° Df 6–6001 Ferguson, doctor. See Jules Verne. Feathered tribes of the British islands. R. Mudie Ferguson, James. Lectures on select subjects; me
Dk 9–7035 chanics, hydrostatics, hydraulics, pneumatics, Featherstonhaugh, G. W. Canoe voyage to the optics, geography, astronomy, dialing. E., 1805. sources of the Minnay Sotor, with an account 2 v. 8°
Ea 6–7266 of the lead and copper deposits of Wisconsin,
Ea 6-7268 and of the gold region in the Cherokee country. Tables and tracts, relative to several arts and sciL., 1847. 2 v. 8°
Eb 9-7606 – Geological report of an examination made in Henderson, E. Life of
Dc 3–5139 1831, of the elevated country between the Mis- Ferguson, Wm. America by river and rail; or, notes
souri and Red rivers. W., 1835. 8° Eb 4–7478 by the way on the new world and its people. Same Bh 6-Pam. 36 L., 1856. 8°
Df45924 Federalist. Hamilton, Madison, and Jay Ba 5–113 Fergusson, James. The illustrated hand-book of arSame
Ba 6–129 chitecture; a popular account of the different Feejee islands. Erskine, J. E. Journal of a cruise styles of architecture prevailing in all ages and
Dg 1-11853 nations. L., 1855. 2 v. 8. Ga 10-8877 See Fiji.
- The palaces of Nineveh and Persepolis restored; Felicita. E. C. Kinney
an essay on ancient Assyrian and Persian arFelix Holt, the radical. Marian Evans Fb 7-14523 chitecture. L., 1851. 80
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Ch 1-3962 the names of all those who compounded for Fern leaves from Fanny's portfolio. Mrs. S. P. Partheir estates, with other scarce documents. L.,
He 13-13836 1828. 4°
Di 1-6558 Fernand Cortes. Trag. A. Piron Hb 2-10786 Fellows, Sir C Travels and researches in Asia
Mi Fernando Cortes. See Cortes, F. nor, more particularly in the province of Lycia. Ferns, Moore, T. British ferns
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Dh 10-6567 Ferris, B. History of the original settlements on the Fellows, John. Exposition of the mysteries ; or, re- Delaware, from its discovery by Hudson to the
ligious dogmas and customs of the ancient colonization under Penn. "Wilmington, 1846. Egyptians, Pythagoreans, and Druids; also,
Cb 10-2781 an inquiry into the origin, history, and purport Ferris, C. d. The balance sheet:
Fe 15–14365 of free masonry. N. Y., 1835. go' Ci 11-4396 Ferry, G. Vagabond life in Mexico. N. Y., 1856 Feltham, Owen. Resolves, divine, moral, political.
Df 7-6043 Cam., 1832
Hd 13–11723 Festin de Pierre. Com. Corneille Hb 8–10951 Felton, C. C. Familiar letters from Europe. B., 1866 Festus. P. J. Bailey
Hf 5-12337 Di 3–6631 Feuchtwanger, L. A popular treatise on gems, in – Greece, ancient and modern. 'B., 1867. 2 v. 80 reference to their value; a guide for the teacher
Ca 8-2386 of natural sciences, the lapidary jeweller, and – Life of Wm. Eaton. s. Å. B. v. 9 Da 844699
amateur. N. Y., 1867
Eb 9-7514 Selections from modern Greek writers, in prose Feudal times. J. White
Hb 9-10954 and poetry, with notes. 2d edition. Cam., 1857 Feuerprobe. L. Kotzebue.
Hb 8-10933 He 12-13865 Feuillet, Octave. Camors, a love story. Ph., 1870 Female pilgrims. J. Mitchell Fc 11-15015
Fd 7-16347 Female poets of America. R. W. Griswold
Romance of a poor young man
Hb 9-10966 Ha 5–10500 Fever. Hardie, J. Malignant fever in New York Femme abandonnée. Balzac Aa 2-12543
Ga 3-8740 Femme qui a raison. Com. Voltaire Aa 12-13246 Hutchinson, G. Essay on marsh fevers Ea 9-7350 Femmes de trente ans. Balzac
Aa 2–12544 Miner, T., and W. Tully. Essays on fevers Femmes savantes. Com. Moliere
Ga 3-8732 Hb 2-10767, and 8–10947 Fibres. Squier, E. G. Tropical fibres Ec 4-7668 Fencing. Walsh, J. H.
Gb 12–13637 Fichte, J. G. Science of rights. Trans. from the Fenelon, F. de S. de La Mothe. Butler, C. Life of German, by A. E. Kroeger. Ph., 1869. 80 De 2-5621
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Hd 13-11579 Aa 1-12588 - Vol. XII. An inquiry into the causes of the late See Novels.
increase of robbery; Essay on conversation ; Fidler, Isaac. Observations on professions, literature, Essay on the knowledige of the characters of
manners, and emigration, in the United States men; The Covent Garden journal, by Sir Alexand Canada, made during a residence there in ander Drawcansir ; Charge delivered to the 1832. N. Y., 1833
grand jury, at the sessions of the peace held Field, George. Outlines of analogical philosophy; for the city and liberty of Westminster, on
being a primary view of the principles, rela- Thursday, 22d of June, 1794; The journal of tions and purposes of nature, science and art. a voyage to Lisbon; Comment on Lord BolingL., 1839. 2 v. 80
Hd 13-11581 Field, G. Tritogenea; or, a synopsis of universal Lawrence, Fred. Life of
De 9-5329 philosophy. L., 1846. g* Hlc 6-11203 Fieras afemina amor. Calderon
Aa 2-12576 Field, H. M. History of the Atlantic telegraph. N. Fiesco. Trag. Schiller
Hb 10-10977 Y., 1866
Gb 6-9065 Fife, Sir John Manual of the Turkish bath, heat, a Field, Horace. A home for the homeless ; or, union mo le of cure and a source of strength for man with God. Ph., 1869
and animals, from the writings of Mr. CrquField, J. Prison discipline; and the advantages of hart. L., 1865
Ga 5-8783 the separate system of improvement. L., 1848. Fife and drum.'' L. Wraxali
Fa 13-14853 2 v.
Ba 9-11861 Fifteen decisive battles. E. S. Creasy Ca 3-2254 Field, M. City architecture; or, designs for dwelling Fifteen years of a drunkard's life. vid. D. Jerrold houses, stores, hotels, etc., with 20 plates. N.
Hb 9-10973 Y., 1853. 8
Ga 10-8867 Fifty years in both hemispheres.' v. Nolte Field, T. W. Manual for the propagation, planting,
Df 9–6101 cultivation, and management of the pear tree: Fighting by proxy: Biirl. J. Kenney Hb 10-11002 N. Y., 1859.
Éc 8–7727 Fighting the flames. R. M. Ballantyne Ha 13–13829 Field flowers. S. Hibberd Ec 8-6116 Fighting Joe. W. T. Adams
Fd 3-14254 Field sports of the north of Europe. L., 1830. 2 v. Figuier, Louis. Earth and sea. Trans. by W. H.
Ga 9-9208 Davenport Adams. L., 1870. 8° Dk 10–16482 Fielding, II. Select works, with an original account The insect world. L., 1868. 8° Dk 7-7006
of the life and writings of the author. E., Mammalia, their various orders and habits popu1807. 5 y. 8°
Hd 7-11570 larly illustrated by typical species. N. Y., 1870. Contents.--Vol. I. Life of Henry Fielding;
Dk 4-7682 History of the adventures of Joseph Andrews
Primitive man.' N. Y.,
Ch 9-15790 and his friend, Mr. Abraham Adams. II., II.
Reptiles and birds; a popular account of their The history of a foundling. IV. Foundling, completed; Amelia. V. Amelia, completed;
various orders, with a description of the habits The history of the life of the late Mr. Jonathan
of the most interesting. Ed. by B. Gilmore. Wild, the great.
N. Y., 1870. 80
Dk 10–7002 - Works, with a life of the author. L., 1824. 12 v. - The vegetable world; a history of plants, with
Hd 13-11570 their botanical descriptions and peculiar prop– Vol. I. Life; Love in several masques, a comedy erties. N. Y., 1867. 89
Ec 1-7618 first acted in 1727; The temple beau, 1729 ; – The world before the deluge; containing twentyThe author's farce; The pleasures of the town; tive ideal landscapes of the ancient world; and The lottery ; Rape upon rape, or the justice two hundred and eighty figures of animals, caught in his own trap
Hd 13-11570 plants and other fosil remains and restorations. – Vol. II. Tom Thumb the great; The letter L., 1866. 8°
Eb 4-7467 writers, or a new way to keep a wife at home; Figurative language. D. n. Lord · Ha 13–10699 The grub-street opera ; The modern husband; Figure of the earth. E. Sabine
Ea 2-7126 The mock doctor, or the dumb lady cured; Fiji. Seeman, B. Visit to the Fijian islands The Covent Garden tragedy; The debauchees,
Dh 8-6512 or the Jesuit caught Hd 13-11571 · Williams and Calvert.
Fiji and the Fijians – Vol. III. The miser; The intriguing chamber
Dh 8-6121 maid ; Don Quixote in England ; An old man
in England ; An old man Filicaja, V. då. Shelley, Mrs., et al. "Life of taught wisdom, or the virgin unmasked; The
De 11-5804 universal gallant, or the different husbands ; Fi'le aux yeux d'or. Balzac
Aa 2-12.551 Pasquin, a dramatic satire on the times, being Fille d'Eve. Balzac
Aa 2-12543 the relearsal of two plays, viz.: a comedy called Filles errantes. Com. Regnard . Aa 6-12942 the Election, and a tragedy called the Life and Fillmore, Millard. Biography. Buf., 1856 death of common sense, 1736 Hd 13-11572
Da 10-4819 – Vol. IV. The historical register; Eurydice ; Eury- Finance. Bowen, F. American political economy dice hissed, or a word to the wise; Tumble
Ba 7-2228 down Dick, or Phaeton in the suds; Miss Lucy Commercial and financial chronicle
Bi 1-2016 in town, a sequel to the virgin unmasked; Thie - Law, John. Money and trade Bc 1-15841 wedding day; History of Mr. Jonathan Wild, Medbery, J. K. Men and mysteries of Wall street Hd 13-11573
Bc 1-505 - Vol V. Joseph Andrews; History of a foundling Murray, James. French finance and financiers
Bc 1-495 — Vols. VI-VIII. Foundling completed
Thornton, H. Effects of the paper credit of Great
Bc 1-4208 – Vol. IX. Philosophical transactions for the year - Trotter, A. Financial position and credit of the 1712-3; The first Oly hiac of Demosthenes;
Bc 1-16217 Of the remedy of affliction for the loss of our See Banking; Currency ; Money; Taxation. friends; Dialogue between Alexander the Fine arts. Bell, Sir C. Anatomy and philosophy of Great and Diogenes the cynic; An interlude be
He 4-11159 tween Jupiter, Juno, Apollo, and Mercury,
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Hc 3-11094 Dal Hd 13-11578 -- Legends of the Madonna
Fine arts, continued.
Legends of the monastic orders Hc 9-11099
Hc 3-11116 - Sass, H. Observations on
Di 7-6749 - Taylor, W. B. S. Fine arts in Great Britain and İreland
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Ck 7-4574 Finlay, G. Greece under the Romans; a historic
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Ca 8-2392 History of the Byzantine and Greek empires,
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IIb 9–10968 Fireside, the. A. B. Muzzey
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Ea 6-7279 Fireside travels. J. R. Lowell
Di 7-6752 Fireworks. Mortimer, G. W. Pyrotechnist's companion
Gb 4-8946 Firmiani, Mme. Balzac
Aa 2-12542 Firmilian, a spasmodic tragedy. T. P. Jones
Hf 13–14291 First book of the history of the Germans. T. Greenwood
Cf 1-16311 First impressions of Engla :d. Ii. Miller Di 5-6705 First night. Com.
Hb 10-11001 First of the Knickerbockers. p. II. Myers
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Eg 8–8540 Contents. The German pulpit.-F. A. G. Tholuck; Julius Müller; C. A. Harless; C. I. Nitzsch; R. Stier; F. W. Krummacher; W. Hoffmann; E. W. Krummacher: Philip Schatl. The French pulpit.-J. II. Merle d'Aubigné; S. R. L. Gaussen; Caerar Malau; Adolphe Monod; J.H. Grandpierre; A. Coquerel; Wm. Monod; J. J. Andehez. The American pulpit.Wm. R. Williams; Albert Barnes; R. J. Breckinridge; John McClintock; Mark Hopkins; G. W. Bethune; Alonzo Potter; F. D. Huntingdon; R. Fuller; T. HI Skimuer; Eliphalet Nott; J. P. Durbin ; Lyman Beecher; J. Romneyn; C. P. McIlvaine: F. Wayland; G. F. Pierce; R. S. Storrs, jr, The English pulpit. - Henry Mel. vill; J. A. James; B. W. Noel; J. Bunting: H. McNeil; T. Binney: Wm. Arthur; C. H. Spurgeon. The Scotch pulpit.- T. Guthrie ; A. Duff; J. Caird; John McFarlane: John Cumming; James Buchanan; R. S. Candlish; J. Hamil
Fish, H. C., continued.
The Irish pulpit.-H. Cooke; R. Whate. ly; A. King; R. Irving. The Welsh pulpit.
Wm. Roberts; Wm. Rees; T. Aubrey. - History and repository of pulpit eloquence, (de
ceased divines), containing the masterpieces of Bossuet, Bourdaloue, etc.; with historical sketches of preaching in the different countries represented, and biographical and descriptive notices of the several preachers and their discourses. N. Y., 1869. 2 v. in 1. 80 Eg 8–8539
Contents.--Vol. I. The Greek and Latin pulpit.-Historical sketch; Tertullian; Cyprian; Athana-ius; Cyril; Gregory Nazianzen ; Basil the Great; Chrysostom ; Augustine, The Enylish pulpit.-John Wicklitle; Hugh Latimer; John Jewell; John Donne; J. Hall, T. Adams; Wm. Chillingworth; R. Baxter: John Bunyan; John Howe; John Tillotson; Isaac Barrow; R. South; B. Keach; F. Atterbury; J. Wesley; G. Whitfield; R. Robinson; R. Hall; Wm. Jay; John Foster; R. Watson. The German pulpit. -Luther; Melancthon; Spener; Zollikofer; Herder; Reinbard; Schleiermacher; Harme; Theremin. The Irish pulpit.-Jeremy Taylor; W. B, Kirwan; A. Carson; C. Wolfe. II. The French pulpit.-Calvin ; Bossuet: Bourdaloue; Flechier; La Rue; Fénélon ; Abbadie; Superville; Massillon; Saurin; Vinet. The Scotiish pulpit. -John Knox; R. Erskine; J. M Laurin;. R. 'Walker; H. Blair; J. Loyan; Thomas M'Crie; T. Chalmers; E. Irving. The American pulpit.-T. Hooker; Cotton Mather; J. Edwards; S. Davies; J. Livingston ; Wm. White; John Leland; Jonathan Maxcy; E. D. Grifiin; J. M. Mason; Wm. Staughton; G, T. Bedell; S. Olin; J. Summerfield; B. B. Edwards; A. B. Dod. The Welsh pulpit.-David Charles:
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Ga 8-8793 Idle, C. İlints on fish and fishing Ga 8–8811 - Jardine, W. Fishes of the percli family
Dk 6-6980 Lee, Mrs. R. Anecdotes of
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