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sidered whilst in their proper channel; 10.

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Measure of the force of the spring of air; 20.

Objections against particular phoenomena anfigures, proverbs, quotations, etc., adapted to

swered ; 21. Explication of rarefaction; 22. An Christian teaching. Ph., 1864 . Eg 7-8493 explication of the rota Aristotelica ; 23. An abBowles, Samuel. Across the continent; a summer's

stract of what is further contained relating to journey to the Rocky mountains, the Mormons

the weight and spring of the air in the examen

of Mr. Hobbs his dialogus physicus; 24. The and the Pacific states, with Speaker Colfax.

weight and spring of air asserted; 35. Hobbs' Springfield, 1865.

Df 9–6099 explications examined ; 26. Explications con- Switzerland of America ; a summer vacation in

sidered : 27. Other passages in Hobbs' dialogue

examined; 28. What Mr. Hobbs teaches conthe parks and mountains of Colorado. Spring- cerning fluidity and firmness examined ; 29. Exfield, 1869.

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planation of the engine used in experiments on Box, Charles The theory and practice of cricket.

air; 30. New experiments concerning the spring

and weight of the air. II., Bk. III., Chap. 1. L., 1868

Gb 12-9204 Experiments tonching the spring and weight of Box, M. J. Capt. James Box's adventures and ex- the air; 2. Continuation of physico-mechaniplorations in New and Old Mexico. N. Y.,

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Preservation of bodies in vacuo Boyliano: 5. 1869

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Hb 10-10995 vipers, frogs, etc.; 6. Animadversions on Box and Cox. J. M. Morton

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of the spring of expanded air; 12. Condensaparson. B., 1865

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tion and compression of the air; 13. Differing

extension of the same quantity of air rarefied Counsel and comfort, spoken from a city pulpit. and compressed ; 14. New experiments on air; B., 1866

Eg 9-8571 15. Statical hygroscope : 16., 17. Ctilities of The everyday philosopher in town and country.

hygroscopes; 18. Air's moisture ; 19. Inheeded

causes of the insalubrity and salubrity of the B., 1863

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magnets; 22. Mechanical production of magEg 9-8483

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Bk. IV., Chap. 1. Mechanical production of He 2-11897

tastes; 2. Of odours: 3. Changes of colour; 4. Boydell's illustrations of the dramatic works of

History of colours; 5. Whiteness and black

ness; 6. Experiments concerning whiteness Shakespeare, by the most eminent artists of and blackness; 7. Third part of the history of Great Britain. N. Y., 1852. 2 v. f

colours. III. Appendix to Bk. iv., Chap. 1.

Mechanical production of cold; 2. WeatherCab. C 3 and 4-15615

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densation of the air, and ascent of water by memorable reign are faithfully compiled from

cold in common weather-glasses; 5. History of

cold; 6. An examen of antiperistasis; 7. the best authorities, and impartially nar

Hobbs' doctrine of cold examined ; 8. Freezrated; illustrated with a regular series of all

ing experiment by Dr. Merret: 9. New frigothe medals that were struck to commemorate

rifick experiment; 10. Positive and privitive

nature of cold; 11. Two problems about cold; the great events of this reign. L., 1735. f

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flame ponderable: 15. Additional experiments

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Perviousness of glass to ponderable parts of Ea 6-7269

flame; 17. Relation betwist flame and air; 18.

Relation betwixt air and the flamma vitalis of Contents.-Vol. I. The dedication, by R.

animals; 19. Explosions; 20. Relation betwixt Boulton; The preface to the reader: The intro

light and air, in shining wood and fishes; 21. duction representing the grounds of excellency

Resemblances and differences between burning of corpuscular philosophy. Bk. I., Chap. i.

coal and shining wood; 2. Shining flesh;

23. Considerations and experiments concerning the

Diamond that shines in the dark; 2. The origin of forms and qualities; 2. Particular

aerial noctiluca: 25. ley noctiluca. Bk. V., qualities; 3. Origin of forms; 4. Subordinate

Part 1. Chap. 1. Relative lerity of bodies under forms; 5. Production and reproduction of

water; 2. Pressure of the air's spring on bodies form 6. Doubts and experiments concerning

under water; 3. Effect of the varying weight of the curious fi.ures of salte: 7. Redintigration

the atmosphere upon some bodies under water; of bodies: 8. Experiments concerning the origin

4. Differing pressure of heavy bodies and fluids; of qualities and forins; 9. Experiments con

5. Invention for estimating ihe weight of water tinued; 10. An experiment, with some consid

in water; Hydrostatical paradoxes; 7. Hyerations touching the different parts and redin

drostatical discourse; 8. A new essay instru. tiration of salt-petre; 11. History of fluidity;

ment; 9. Growth and increase of metals; 10. 12. Experiments concerning the superficial

Hydrostatical way of estimating ores; 11. figures of fluids, especially of liquors contigu

Medicina hydrostatica ; 12. Hydrostatical stereous to other liquors; 13. Hi-tors of firmness;

ometry applied to the materia medica. Bk. v.. 14. Inte tine motions of the particles of gnies.

Part ii., Chap. 1. An account of a strangely, cent so?id: 13. Etfects of een languid and

sell-moving liquor; 2. Preserving of birds; 3. undeeded local motion: 16. Propayable nature

Bladders of air found in fi-lies: 1. Laudanum of motion. Bk. II., Chap. 1. Of the systemati

helmontií junioris; 5. Earthquake at Oxford; cal, or cosmical qualities of things: 3. Of cos.

6. Art of medicine: 7. Experiments solitary; mical -1-picious; 3. Of the temperature of sub

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Rupert Godwin

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Sir Jasper's tenant .

Fa 5-14665 history of human blood; 11 and 12. Specific

Bradford, A. Biographical notices of distinguished medicines. IV. Appendix to Bk. V., Part III., Chap. 1. Use of simple medicines ; 2. Vitiated

men in New England; statesmen, patriots, sight. Bk. V., Part iv., Chap. 1. 'A chymical

physicians, lawyers and mechanics.

B., 1842 paradox; making it probable that chymical

Db 3-4905 principles are transmutable; 2. Physiological

History of Massachusetts from 1620 to 1820. B., considerations touching the experiments wont to be employed to evince either the four peripa

1835. 80

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Same, from July, 1775 to 1789. B., 1825. go of mixt bodies; 3-7. The sceptical chymist; 8. Producibleness of chymical principles ; 9. Pro

Cc 7-2973 ducibleness of spirits; 10. Sulphars; 11. Mer- Bradford, A. W. American antiquities and recury ; 12. Phlegm, or water; 13. Imperfection

searches into the origin and history of the red of the chymist's doctrine of qualities; 14. Doctrine of acidum and alkali: 15. Origin and pro

race. N. Y., 1841. 8°

Ci 2-4228 duction of volatility; 17. Origin of fixidness; Bradford, John. Writings. Ed. by A. Townsend. 18. Corrosiveness; 19. Corrosibility; 20. Chy

Letters, treatises, remains. Cam., 1853. 8o. mical precipitation; 21. Degradation of gold

Parker society made by an anti-elixir. Bk. VI., Chap. 1-3. Ex

Eg 12–16251 perimental philosophy; General idea of the

Contents.-Preface: Biographical notice; Letepitomy of the works of R. Boyle, to which are

ters; Meditation on the passion of our Saviour; added general heads for the natural history of a

Prayer on the ten commandments; Fragment on country. By R. Boulton.

St. John's gospel; Confutation of our Romish

doctrines; The hurt of hearing mass ; MeditaBoyle lectures for 1865. C. Merivale. Ef 11-13929 tion on the kingdom of Christ; Complaint of Boynton. C. B. English and French neutrality and

verity; Lines on affliction; Remains of bishops

Ridley, Hooper, and others; Reply of bishop the Anglo-French alliance in their relations to

Ridley to bishop Hooper on the vestment conthe United States and Russia. Cin., 1864. 8° troversy, 1550; Index.

Ca 9-2426 – History of the navy during the rebellion. N. Y.,

· Writings, sermons, meditations, examinations.

Cam., 1848. 8. Parker society Eg 12–16250 1868. 2 v. 8°

Cb 8-2709 Boynton, E. c. History of West Point and its mili

Contents.-Preface of the editor; Prefaces to

translations from Artopaeus and St. Chrysostary importance during the American revolu

tom; Preface to a translation from Melanchtion; with origin and progress of the United thon on prayer; Sampson to the Christian readStates military academy. N. Y., 1863. 8°

er; Two sermons on repentance, and on the

Lord's Supper; Godly meditations on the Lord's
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prayer, belief, and ten commandments, etc.; Boys' handy book of sports, pastimes, games and Private prayers and meditations; Five treatiamusements. L., n. d.

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ses: 1. The old man and the new. 2. The flesh

and the spirit. 3. Defence of election. 4. Boys' own book of natural history. J. G. Wood

Against the fear of death. 5. Restoration of
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all things; Ten declarations and addresses; Boys' play book of science. 'J. H. Pepper

Exhortation to the brethren in England; Four

farewells; Examinations and prison conferEa 5-10918

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Writings. First American edition. Ph., n. d. Boz. Pseudonym of C. Dickens.

Ee 6-8079 Bozman, John Leeds. Sketch of the history of

Contents.-Brief account of the life of Rev. Maryland during the three years after its

J. Bradford ; Letters of Master John Bradford settlement; with a copious introduction. Bal., Sermons and tracts; Meditations and prayers; 1811

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Brace, Charles Loring. Hungary in 1851, with an Bradford, T. G., and S G. Goodrich. A universal

experience of the Austrian police. N. Y., illustrated atlas; geographical, statistical, and

Cg 9-3945 historical view of the world. B. 1842. to - The new west; California in 1867-8. N. Y., or,

Cab. A 4-15599 1869

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Db 7-4989 ca. Trans, by Mary Howitt Df 7-6014 Brakelonda. See Jocelin.

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