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How a penny became a thousand pounds, and life Howel, William, continued. doubled by the economy of tiine. L., 1863
history of the ecclesiastical affairs of the world. He 7-13726 L., 1680-5. 3 v. fo
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Dc 1-5082 emigrants of every class; and some recollecHoward, Katherine. Queen of Henry VIII. Strick- tions of the United States of America, Third land, A. Life of
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Dy 5-6266 Vignettes of American history. L., n. d. Cb 2-2.50 Howe, Henry. Historical collections of Ohio, relat- Who shall be greatest?
Fe 4-15249 ing to its general and local history, with de- Howitt, Wm. The country year book; or, the field, scriptions of its counties, principal towns and the forest, and the fireside. N. Y., 1850 villages. Cin., 1857. 89 Cb 11-2771
He 13-13835 · Historical collections of Virginia; with geo- - History of the supernatural in all ages and na
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Ef 11-8418 - Memoirs of eminent American mechanics; also - Homes and haunts of the most eminent British
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Fb 1-14319 Report of the trial of the Hon. Samuel Chase for Ideal in art. H. Taine .
Hc 3-11117 high crimes and misdemeanors supposed to Identity. L. Lequel
Hb 9-10973 have been by him committed. Bal., 1805. Idiocy. Sequin, E. Idiocy and its treatment
Bb 3-321 Ga 3-8730 - Stansbury, A. J. Trial of James Peek for Idiot witness.' Md. J. T. Haines Hb 9–10967
Bb 3-319 Idiots. School for the idiotic and feeble-minded Impending crisis
. 'H. R. Helper. Bb 7-403 youth. 10th and 11th annual reports. B., 1858–9 Imposture. Drama. J. Shirley . Hb 7-10890
Bh 6-Pam. 38 Impressions of America. T. Power Df 7-6020 Idle, Christopher. Hints on shooting and fishing, etc., Impromptu de Versailles. Com. Molière both on sea and land, and in the fresh water
Hb 2-10766 lochs of Scotland. Second edition. L., 1868 Improvement of society by diffusion of knowledge
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Hd 411480 With preface by A. Chalmers. B., 1864
Improvisatore. H. C. Andersen
Fd 1-14121 Hd 12-11683 In and out of place. Drama. S. D. Johnson Idolatry, Pluche, Abbé. Origin of Eb 9-13791
Hb 10-10997 Idomenée. Trag. Crébillon
Hb 2-10774 In both worlds. Wm. H. Holcombe Fe 4-15287 Idyls. Whittier, J. G. Winter idyl Hf 11-12476 In exitu Israel. S. Baring-Gould Fa 6-16095 Idylls of Theocritus, Bion, and Moschus, and the war in the tropics. R. B. Kimball
Ch 7-4123 songs of Tyrtaeus. Trans. by J. Banks, with In trust. A. M. Douglas
Fd 12–15171 metrical version, by J. M. Chapman. L., 1869 In war time, and other poems. J. G. Whittier Ha 2-10459
Hf 11-12474 If, yes, and perhaps. E. E. Hale. Fe 4-15285 Inauguration of Washington university at St. Louis, Ifand, A. W. Conscience. Trag. Hb 8-10944 Mo., April 23d, 1857. B., 1857. go Hc 12–11338 Ignorance. Foster, John. Evils of popular igno- Inchbald, Mrs. E. British theatre; or, a collection of
Hc 12-11308 plays acted at the theatres royal, Drury Lane, Ile heureuse. · Com. Genlis
Hb 2-10799 Covent Garden, Haymarket, and Lyceum, with Iliad. Homer
biographical and critical notes. L., 1824. 12 v. - Trans. by W. c. Bryant Ha 3–10389
Hb 1-10747 Trans. by T. A. Buckley
Contents.-Vol. I. Inkle and Yarico, G. Col.
man, jr. ; The jealous wife, G. Colman; New Trans. by W. G. Coldcleugh Ha 3-10384
way to pay old debts, P. Massinger; Measure Trans. by Wm. Cowper
for measure, Shakespeare; The gamester, E.
II. The Duenna, R. B. Sheridan; - Trans. by Earl Derby
Othello, Shakespeare: Lover's vows, altered
from Kotzebue, by Mrs. Inchbald; Hamlet, Trans. by A. Pope
prince of Denmark, Shakespeare; The belle's
stratagem, Mrs. Cowley. III. The country Trans. by E. W. Simcox
girl, D. Garrick; Merry wives of Windsor, Trans. by P. S. Worsley
Shakespeare: King Henry V., Shakespeare; Iliad, the. W. L. Collins
Know your own mind, A. Murphy; Speed the Illinois. Brown, H. History of . Cb 11-2773
plough, T. Morton. IV. Douglas, Mr. Home;
The busy body, S. Centlivre; All in the wrong, Carpenter, W. H., and T. S. Arthur. History of A. Murphy; Oroonoko, T. Southern : The clan
destine marriage, G. Colman, and D. Garrick, - Clark, G. R. Campaign in 1778-9 Cb 11-2777
V. The Jew, R. Cumberland; George Barnwell,
G. Lillo; The rival queens, N. Lee; King Lear, Curtiss, D. S. Western portraiture Cb 4-2654
Shakespeare; Fatal curiosity, G. Lillo, VII. Ellsworth. H. L. Illinois in 1837 . Cb 11-2778
Cure for the heart-ache, T. Morton: King John. Faux, W. Account of Birkbeck's settlement in
Shakespeare; Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare;
Julius Caesar, Shakespeare; The deserted
daughter, T. Holcroft. VIII. King Henry VIII., Illumination. Tymms, W. R, and o. D. Wyatt. The Shakespeare: Bold stroke for a husband, Mrs. art of, illustrated in borders, etc. Hc 4-11148
H. Cowley; King Richard III., Shakespeare;
Twelfth night, or what you will, Shakespeare; - Wyatt and Tymms. History, theory, and practice Much ado about nothing, Shakespeare. of illuminating
Isabella, or the fatal marriage, T, Southern ; Illusions. See Superstitions.
Tancred and Sigismunda, J. Thomson ; A bold
stroke for a wife, Mrs. S. Centlivre; The road to Illusions perdues. Balzac
ruin, T. Holcroft; The beau stratagem. G. Illustrated magazine of art. v. 1. n. Y., 1853
Farquhar. X. The tempest, Shakespeare; The
siege of Damascus, J. Hughes; Barbarosa, Dr. Illustrations. Foster, E. New cyclopaedia of
Brown; The suspicions husband, Dr. Hoadly :
De Montfort, J. Baillie. XI. The way to get
married, T. Morton; The honey moon, J. Tobin; Illustrations of political economy. H. Martineau
King Henry IV., Part 1st, Shakespeare; The
brothers, R. Cumberland ; The maid of the mill, Fc 15-15426
XII. The distressed mother, A. Illustrations of sculpture, ancient and modern, out- Philips ; Mahomet the imposter, Rev. Mr. Mil. lines from celebrated works of the best masters.
ler ; Cymbeline, Shakespeare; Venice preserved, L., n. d. 8°
T. Otway; Comedy of errors, Shakespeare.
Aa 2-12547 - Animal magnetism. F's M. D. v. 18
Hb 10-10998 Hb 10-10998 Wedding day. Com. F's S. D. v. 20 Hb 9–10961 Illustrious women of all
Dd 1-5398 | Incidents on land and water. D. B. Bates Df 7-6010
Hb 8-10928 Imaginary conversations of Greeks and Romans. Inconstant. Com. G. Farquhar Hb 9-10965 W. S. Landor
He 11-10411 Independence hall. Belisle, D. W. History of Imaginary rejected articles He 5-11985
Cb 6-2630 Imison, John Elements of science and art ; a famil- Independent Tariary. Account of. Pinkerton's iar introduction to natural philosophy and voyages. 9
Df1-5834 chemistry. L., 1822. 2 v. 80. Ea 4-7182 Indexes. Adams, J. Works. j. 10: Da 5-4678