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Ha 13–13825 premère episode; Le député d'Arcis The world of ice; or the whaling cruise of “ the

Aa 2-12553 Dolphin” and the adventures of her crew in Tom: XIII. Les chouans; Une passions dans le the polar seas. L., 1866

Ha 13–13827 désert; Le médecin de campagne ; Le curé de Balloons. See Aerostation.


Aa 2-12554 Balloon travels. S. G. Goodrich

Ha 10-6668 Tom. XIV. La peau de chagrin; Jesus-Christ en Ballou, M. M. History of Cuba; or, notes of a trav- Flandre; Melmoth réoncilié; Le chef-d'oeuvre

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Aa 2-12557 Ed 4-7848 Tom. XVII. Les parents pauvres. Première Balnaves, H.' The confession of faith.' Ph., n. d.

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Aa 2-12558 Baltic sea. Carr, J. Northern

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Aa 2-12560 Albert Savarus

Aa 2-12542 – Tom. XX. Des contes drolatiques. Premier Tom. II. Memoires de deux jeunes mariées; Une dixain, Prologue; La belle impéria; Le péché

fille d'Eve; Femme abandonnée; La grena- véniel; La mye du roy; L'héritier du diable; dière; Le message; Gobseck; Autre étude de Les joyeulsetez du roy loys le unziesme; Le famme.

Aa 2-12543 connestable; La pucelle de Thilhouze; Le Tom. III. La femme de trente ans ; Le contrat frère d'armes; Le curé d'azay-le-rideau; L'aposde mariage; Beatrix, première partie

trophe; Epilogue. Deuxiesme disain, ProloAa 2-12544

gue; Les trois clerqs de Sainct-Nichols; Le Tom. IV. Béatrix, deuxième et derniere partic; Jeusne de François premier; Les bons proupos

La grand Bretèche, fin de autre étude de femme; des religieuses de poissy ; Comment feut basti Modeste mignon; Honorine; Un debut dans la le chasteau d'azay; La faulse courtizane; Le vie

Aa 2–12545 dangier d'estre trop cocquebin; La chiere nuic– Tom. V. Ürsule Mirouet; Eugénie Grandet; Les tée d'amour; Le prosne du ioyeulx curé de célibataires, première histoire, Pierrette

meudon; Le succube; Dezesperance d'amour;

Aa 2-12546 Epilogue. Troisiesme dixain, Prologue; Per– Tom. VI. Les célibataires, deuxieme histoire, Le sévérance d'amour; D'un iusticiard qui ne se

curé de Tours ; Les célibataires, troisème his- remembroyt les chouses; Sur le moyne amador toire, Un ménage de garçon; Les Parisiens en qui feut ung glorieux abbé de turpenay; Berthe province, première histoire, L'illustre Gaudis- la repentie; Comment la belle fille de portillon

Les Parisiens en province, deuxième his- quinauda son iuge. Cy est démonstré que la fortoire, La muse du département : Aa 2-12547 tune est tousiours femelle; D’ung paouvre qui Tom. VII. Les rivalités, première histoire, La avoyt nom le vieulx-par-chemins; Dires in

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Hb 7-10881 trees, the theory and practice of all operations Basil. Trag. J. Baillie

Hb 7-10885 connected with the propagation, transplanting, Basil. Wilkie Collins

Ff 5–14050 pruning and training of orchard and garden Basil Godfrey's caprice. II. Parr Fb 13-16334 trees. N. Y., 1851 Ec 7–7713 Basket maker. J. O'Keeffe .

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four years on the Pacific coast; being a narra- - Making light of Christ and salvation, and other tive of the burning of the ships Nonantum, works, with an essay on his life, by T. W. Humayvon, and Fanchon, with many startling Jenkyn. L., 1816

Ef 3-8244 and interesting adventures on sea and land.

Contents.-Essay on the life, ministry and B., 1858

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theology of Baxter; Making light of Christ and Baths. Bell, John. Water as a preservative of health salvation; A call to the unconverted to turn and

live; The last work of a believer; of the shedGa 5-8782

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Ac 1-12896 Battlefields of the south, from Bull Run to Fred- Baylies, Francis

. Il istorical memoir of the colony of ricksburg; with sketches of confederate com- New Plymouth, from 1620 to 1675. B., 1830. manders and gossip of the camp. N. Y., 1864. 2 v. 8°

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upon new principles, including the breaking Second series. Charles Kingsley; T. B. Macand training of horses, with instructions for ob

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Eg 10–8619 Beach, E. T. P. Pelayo; an epic of the olden MoorBaxter, R, Practical works; with an essay on his ish time. N. Y., 1864

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Beacon. J. Baillie

Hb 7-10885 Ef 1-8187 Beale, A. "Simplicity and fascination. B., 1869 Contents.-Vol. I. An essay on the genius,

Fa 6-14673 works and times of Baxter; Preface; A Christ. Beamish, n. L. Discovery of America by the ian directory, Part 1. Christian ethice; Part 2. Christian economics; Part 3. Christian ecclesi.

Northmen in the tenth century, with notices astics; Part 4. Christian politice; A moral prog

of the early settlements of the Irish in the Dostication; The reformed liturgy ; Appendix.

8° II. The reasons of the Christian religion, Part

western hemisphere. L., 1811. 1. Of natural religion, or godliness; Part 2. Of

Cb 2-2526 Christianity, and supernatural revelation ; Con- Beamish; R. Memoir of the life of Sir M. I. Brunel, sectaries; Conclusion; More reasons for the

civil engineer. L., 1862. 80 Dc 8–5309 Christian religion and none against it. Unreasonableness of infidelity, Part 1. The spirits

Beaseley. Is he jealous. F's M. D. v. 18 witness to the truth of Christianity, Part 2.

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Beatrice. Julia Kavanagh

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Beatrice. O. S. Leland

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Beatrice Boville. L. De Larame

Fb 1-14313 or never; Directions and persuasions to a sound

Beatrice Cenci. F. D. Guerrazzi Fb 15-14432 conversion: A saint or å brute; Mischiefs of self-ignorance and benefits of self-acquaintance;

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Hd 13–11739 Character of a connd, confirmed Christian. III. The saint's everlasting rest; A treatise of self

Contents.-Vol. I. Dissertations moral and denial; The crucifying of the world by the cross

critical. 1. On memory and imagination; 2. On of Christ; The life of faith; The divine life;

dreaming. II. Dissertations continued. 3. The The divine appointment of the Lord's day

theory of language. Part 1. Origin of speech. proved : Obedient patience; Dying thoughts;

Part II. Of miversal grammar. III. DissertaAppendix; Short meditations. IV. Compas

tions concluded. 4. On fable and romance. 5. sionate counsel to all young men; The mother's

On the attachments of kindred. 6. Illustracatechism; Confirmation and restauration the

tions on

IV. Essays. 1. Essay on Decessary means of reformation and reconcilia

truth. Part 1. Standard of truth. Part II. Mus. tion; The reformed pastor; The vain religion

trations of the preceding doctrine, with inferof the formal hypocrite; The fool's prosperity;

ences. V. Essay on truth. Part in. Objections Catholic unity : Directions to justices of the

answered : Postscript. 2. An essay on poetry peace; Letter in answer to the case of marrying

and musick. Part 1. Poetry considered with with a papist, Preface to Mr. Alleine's alarm;

respect to its matter or subject. VI. Poetry and Rederuption of time; Mr. Baxter's sense of the

musick. Part II. Of the language of poetry. 3. articles of the church of England ; Letter to

An essay on laughter and ludicrous composiMr. Bromley, on freewill; Reasons for minis

tion. 4. Remarks on the utility of classical terning the greatest plainness and seriousneng

learning. VII. Elements of moral science. poseible, in all their applications to their peo

Part 1. Psychology. VIII. Moral science, conple.

tinued. Part 11. Natural theology. Part III.

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