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Dd 1-5407 Simms, Frederick, W. Practical tunnelling; explain- Letters of life. n. Y., 1868

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Ff 15–15435 Simms, J. R. Trappers of New York; or, a biograSikes, Wirt. One poor girl; the story of thousands. phy of Nicholas Stoner and Nathaniel Foster; Ph., 1869

Ff 13-14201 together with anecdotes of other celebrated Silas Marner. M. Evans

Fb 7-14524 hunters, and some account of Sir W. Jolinson. Silberne Hochzeit. Kotzebue Hb 8-10924 Alb., 1860

Db 3-4904 Silent struggles. Ann S. Stephens Ff 8-14101 Simms, W. G. Beauchampe

Ff 14-15369 Siljeström, P. A. Educational institutions of the Border Beagles

Ff 14-15377 United States, their character and organization. Charlemont

Ff 14-15367 Trans. by Frederica Rowan L., 1853

The confession

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Guy Rivers

Ff 14-15368 – Treatise on the origin of silk manufacture

History of South Carolina. N. Y., 1860 Cb 12-2824 Gb 6-9111 Katharine Walton

Ff 14-15363 Sill, James. Erie city directory for the city of Erie, Lily and the Totem; or the Huguenots in Florida containing a sketch of the early history of

Ff 12-14169 Erie. Erie, Pa., 1853 Ck 2-4438 Mellichampe

Ff 14-15362 Silliman, Benjamin. Elements of chemistry in the Partisan

Ff 14-15361 order of the lectures in Yale college. New Ha- Pelayo, a story of the Goth

Ff 14-14684 ven, 1830. 2 v. 80

Eb 2-7396 Poems, descriptive, dramatic, legendary, and con- A journal of travels in England, Holland, and templative. N. Y., 1853.2 v. . Hif 9-12414 Scotland, and of two passages over the Atlan- Richard Hurdis

Ff 14-15376 tic, in 1805-6. Second edition. B., 1812. 2 v. The scout

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Ff 14-15371 and Quebec, in the autumn of 1819. By the Wigwam and the cabin

Ff 14-15370 author of a journal of travels in England, Hol- Woodcraft

Ff 14–15365 land, and Scotland. N. H., 1824 Df 7-6019 The Yemassee.

Ff 14-14372 - A visit to Europe in 1851. N. Y., 1853.2 v. Simond, L. Switzerland; or a journal of a tour and

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Trans. by H. W. Briston. N. Y., 1869. 80 Eb 3-7383

Gb 8-9103 Principles of physics; or natural philosophy. Ph., Simple tales. Mrs. A. Opie:

Fa 13-14848 1865. 80

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world of science, art, and industry, illustrated Simpson, Sir Get. Overland journey round the world from examples in the New York exhibition, in 1841-42. Ph., 1847. 89 Dg 2-6232

1853–4. N. Y., 1854. 4° Ae 2–13502 Simpson, James. Necessity of popular education as Silliman's journal

Gc 14-9606 a national object. B., 1834 Hc 12-11356 Silloway, T. W. Text-book of modern carpentry, Paris after Waterloo. E., 1853 Cg 5–3833

with a glossary of technical terms in use among Simpson, Joseph C. Horse portraiture; embracing carpenters. B., 1858

Ga 11-8914 breeding, rearing, and training trotters, with Siluria. Ř. J. Murchison

Eb 5-7493 their management in the stable and on the Silver, Rey. Abiel. The holy word in its own track, and preparation for races; including his

defence; addressed to bishop Colenso. N. Y., tories of the horse and horsemen. N. Y., 1868. 1863 Eg 11-8588

Dk 7-6998 Silver. Blake, W. P. 'Production of the precious Simpson, James H. Journal of a military reconnoismetals

Gb 9-9122 sance from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the NaSilver cord. Shirley Brooks

Fa 5–14653 vajo country, made with the troops under comSilver cup of sparkling drops from many fountains. mand of Col. John M. Washington. Ph., 1852. C. B. Porter He 4-11938

Df 4-5946 Silver store. S. Baring-Gould Hf 7–6844 Simpson, J. H. Shortest route to California, illusSilver thread. H. B. McKeever

Fc 7-14938 trated by a history of explorations of the great Silversmith, Julius. A practical hand-book for miners, basin of Utah. Ph., 1869. 8° Df 8-6058 metallurgists, and assayers. N. Y., 1867 Simpson, J. P. Dreams of delusion. F's M. D. v. 32 Gb 9-9135

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operations of a partisan corps called the queen's Second love. F's S. D. v. 34 Hb 9-10968 rangers, during the war of the American revo- Simpson, Robert. Traditions of the covenanters. Ph., lution. N. Y., 1844. 8°

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Ce 10-3405 Sime, Wm. History of the inquisition. Ph., 1834 Simpson, Thomas. Narratives of the discoveries on

Ee 4-8071 the north coast of America, effected by the Similes. Spencer, John. Things new and old

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Fa 7-10590 additions by J. O. Halliwell. L., 1850. 8° Six years in India. Mrs. Colin Mackenzie Dh 5-6482

Hb 3-10843 Six years in India. Mrs. E. J. Humphrey Dh 5–6487 Simpson, Walter. History of the gipsies, with speci- Six years later. A. Dumas

Fd 11-15214 mens of the gipsy language. Édited with Sixteen string Jack. Drama. L. Rede Hf 9-10964 preface, introduction, and notes, and a disqui- Sixteen years in the West Indies. Lieut. Col. Capasition on the past, present and future of gip- dose

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Bh 6-Pam. 17 Cg 8-3899 Skinner, Roger s. New York state register for Same. N. y., 1843

Cg 8-3895 1830–31. N. Y., 1830–31. 2 v. Ck 10-4605 Sisters. J. Shirley

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Ft +14037 happy consequences of it in England. Preface Six days of creation. Tayler Lewis Eg 6-8600 by Wm. Webster. L., 1723

Dc 7-5288 Six degrees of crime. Drama. F. S. Hill Hb 9–10966 Skirmishing. Mrs. C. Jenkin

Fb 11-14640 Six months at the white house. F. B. Carpenter Skottowe, Augustine. Life of Shakespeare; inquiries

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Bb 7-399 The philosophy of natural history, with introduc- Follen, C. T.C. Address on

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DE 10–6149 – Harper, Chancellor, and others. Pro-slavery Smiles, Samuel. Brief biographies. B., 1861 Bb 7-408

Dd 2-5430 Helper, H. R. Impending crisis Bb 7-403

Contents.-James Watt; Robert Stephenson ; Helps, A. Friends in council. v. 2 He 12-12067

Dr. Thomas Arnold; Hugh Miller; Richard Hildreth, R. Despotism in America Bb 7-415

Cobden; E. Bulwer Lytton; Francis Jeffrey: May, S. J. Anti-slavery conflict Bb 7-413

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Theodore Hook; Dr. Andrew Combe; Robert – Paulding, J. K. Slavery in the United States

Browning; Edwin Chadwick; Robert Nicoll;
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Samuel Bambard; John Clare: Gerald Massey; – Phelps, Mr., of Vermont. Speech on, 1850

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Bb 7-402 - Pollard, E. A. Black diamonds Bb 7-3147 - Industrial biography; iron workers and tool- Seabury, S. American slavery justified Bb7-407 makers. B., 1864

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