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Da 10-4829 Mass., including Waltham and Weston, with
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Da 8-16123 the early history of the town. B., 1855.8° Bootan. Turner, S. Journey through Cb 1-2456
Ch 8-3996 Booth, J. B. Booth memorials. Passages, incidents Bondman. Drama. P. Massinger Hb 7-10884 and anecdotes in the life of Junius Brutus Bonduca. Drama. Beaumont and Fletcher
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Ad 6-13427 papa's talks and stories about natural history. On recent improvements in the chemical arts
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Aa 4–12737 Booth, Mary L. History of the city of New York, The solitary of Juan Fernandez; or, the real from its earliest settlement to the present time. Robinson Crusoe. Trans. by A. T. Wilbur. N. Y., 1866. 8°
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Fa 6–14792 Boots and shoes. "Hall, J. S. Book of the feet - Woman's whims; or, the female barometer.
Gb 4-8945 Trans. by Fayette Robinson. N. Y., 1850 Boots at the Swan.Com. Selby Hb 10–10993
He 14-12123 Bordeaux liquor dealers' guide; a treatise on the Bonne mère. .Com. Genlis
Hb 2-10795 manufacture and adulteration of liquors. N. Bonnechose, Emile de. History of France from the Y., 1857
Gb 5-9057 invasion of the Franks under Clovis to the Border and bastile. G. A. Lawrence : Fb 3-14530 accession of Louis Philippe. L., 1853
Border antiquities of England and Scotland, compris
Cg 5-3832 ing specimens of the architecture, sculpture, Bonnell, J. M. A manual of the art of prose compo- and other vestiges of former ages ; accompanied
sition, for the use of colleges and schools. with descriptive sketches, biographical reLouisville, 1867 .
Hc 11-14834 marks and a brief history of the principal Bonner, John. Child's history of Rome. N. Y., events that have occurred in this interesting 1856. 2 v.
Ca 6-2356 part of Great Britain. 2v. 4° Ci 2–4223 Bonneville's (B. L. E.) adventures. W. Irving Border beagles. W. G. Simms
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Df 1-5834 coveries of Botta and Layard applied to the Borrow, G. The bible in Spain. The gypsies of elucidation of holy writ. L., 1865
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Di 9-6799 Dh 4-6452 Bosman, W. Description of the coast of Guinea. Bonynge, Francis. Future wealth of America ; be- Pinkerton's voyages. 16
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Dk 3–6907 Boston public library. Book of the princes of Wales. J. Doran Dc 1-5062 Catalogue of books in Bates' Hall, 1865 Bi 2-2132 Book of snobs. W. M. Thackeray Fe 9-15323 First supplement, 1856
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Dd 5–15935 Boston school for the ministry. Catalogue of officers Book of wonders; or, marvelous chronicle; account and students, 1868-9
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Cd 1-3111 Dc 2–5115 Bouchette, Joseph. British dominions in North – Same. New edition. Bellow's Falls, Vt., 5 v. America ; or, a topographical and statistical
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Hb 9-10955 Botanic garden, the. E. Darwin Hf 6–12305 Pauvrette. F's S. D. v. 29
IIb 9-10966 Botany. Berkeley, M. J. Cryptogamic botany
The phantom. F's S. D. v. 21 Hb 9-10962
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Aa 5–12790 First lessons in botany
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Ec 11-7798 Ec 4-7665 Boutell, C. Årms and armour in antiquity and the – Ray, John. Correspondence Ec 4-7664 middle ages. N. Y., 1870 . Gb 10-9156 - Rousseau, J. J. Fragmens pour un dictionnaire; Bouton, Nathaniel. History of Concord, N. H. ;
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Cb 9-2677 - Sprague, I. Genera of plants of the United Bouttats, F., et al.' The portraits of the most emiStates.
Ec 1–7615 nent painters and other famous artists that – Torrey, John.. Descriptions of general botani- have flourished in Europe; from original cal collections
Ae 4–13534 paintings of Van Dyck et al.; to which is – Torrey and Gray. Report of explorations. v. 2 prefixed an account of their lives, characters
and most considerable works. L., 1789. 4° - See Agriculture; Evergreens; Ferns; Flowers ;
Hc 2-11093 Horticulture;' Lichens ; Mosses ; Plants ; Trees; Bovet, M. F. The banished count; or, the life of Vegetation.
Nicholas Louis Zinzendorf. Trans. by Rev. - See also Geology, New York State; and S. C. to John Gill. L., 1865 .
De 10-5712 K. v. 3, 5, et al.
Bowen, A. The naval monument, containing acBoth sides of the controversy. T. S. Bacon
counts of all the battles fought between the Ee 2–8042
navies of the United States and Great Britain Bothwell; a poem. E. w. Aytoun Hf 5-12349 during the late war; and an account of the Bothwell. J. Grant
Fb 1414465 war with Algiers. To which is annexed a Botta, C. History of the war of the independence of naval register of the United States. B., 1816 the United States. Trans. by G. A. Otis. Ph.,
Cb 8-2714 1820. 3 v. 8°
Cb 7-2683 Bowen, Eli. Pictorial sketch-book of Pennsylvania; – Italy during the consulate and empire of Napo- or, its scenery, internal improvement, releon Buonaparte. Ph., 1829. 2 v. in 1. 80%
sources, and agriculture. Ph., 1834. 8° ('g 8–3916
Bowen, Francis. American political economy, in- Boyle, Robert, continued. cluding strictures on the management of the
terraneal regions as to heat and cold; 4. Of the currency and the finances since 1861, with a temperature of the submarine regions, as to chart showing the fluctuations in the price of heat and cold ; 5. Relations about the bottom
of the sea : 6. Bottom of the sea, continued ; 7. gold. N. Y., 1870.89
Saltness of the sea ; 8. Memoirs for the natural – Life of Benjamin Lincoln. S. A. B. 23
history of mineral waters; 9. Titles proposed Da 8-16123
for the natural history of mineral waters, conLife of Baron Steuben. S. A. B. V. 9 Da 8-4699
sidered whilst in their proper channel; 10.
Titles, when drawn out of their receptacle ; 11. Life of James Otis. S. A. B. v. 12 Da 8-4702
Titles, when considered as a medicine; 12. or Life of Sir Wm. Phips. S. A. B. v.7 Da 8 4697 the natural and preternatural states of bodies, Bowen, H. L. Memoir of Tristam Burges. Provi
especially of air; 13. The description of the
pneumatic engine and its use, and physico-medence, 1835. 80
chanical experiments touching the air: 14. Bowen ,T.J. A grammar and dictionary of the Doctrine of the spring and weight of the air deYuruba language. S. C. to K. Vol. 10, Art. 4
fended ; 15. Funicular hypothesis examined;
16. Funicular hypothesis, continued ; 17. ArisAe 1-13485
totelian rarefaction examined ; 18. Torrecellian Bowes, G. s. Illustrative gatherings for preachers experiments at the tops and feet of hills; 19. and teachers; a manual of anecdotes, facts,
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.
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.,
cal experiments; 3. Experiments on air; 4.
Preservation of bodies in vacuo Boyliano: 5. 1869
Experiments about respiration, upon ducks, Box and Cox. J. S. Coyne :
Hb 10-10995 vipers, frogs, etc.; 6. Animadversions on Box and Cox. J. M. Morton
Hobbs' problemata de vacuo; 7. Cause of at
traction by suction; 8. The barometer; 9. Boy farmers. E. Kellogg
Statical baroscope: 10. Discovery of the rarefacBoy martyrs. C. W. Tayleure
tion of the air, even without heat; 11. Duration Boyd, A. K. H. The autumn holidays of a country
of the spring of expanded air; 12. Condensaparson. B., 1865
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
air; 20. Hidden qualities of the air; 21. Ad- The graver thoughts of a country parson. B., ditional experiments; 22. Celestial and aerial
magnets; 22. Mechanical production of magEg 9-8483
netic qualities 24. Experiments ; 25. Mechani. Leisure hours in town. B., 1862. He 2-11896
cal origin of electricity; 26. History of the air. The recreations of a country parson. B., 1862
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
glasses; 3. Weather-glasses, continued, and History of queen Anne, wherein all hermetical thermometers; 4. Cause of the conthe civil and military transactions of that
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
12. Mechanical origin of heat: 13. Of mercury Ca 1-2180
growing hot with gold; 14. To make fire and Boyle, Robert. Works, epitomized by Richard Boul
flame ponderable: 15. Additional experiments
about the weighing of igneous particles: 16. ton, with general index, L., 1699. 4v.
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
& Chymical experiments : 9. Of strange re
Boyle, Robert, continued.
Braddon, M. E., continued. ports ; 10. Diamonds. Bk. V., Part III., Chap. 1.
Fa 5-14656 of the original and virtue of gems; 2. Causes
Only a clod
Fa 5-14660 of the virtues of gems; 3. Atmospheres of con
Run to earth
Fa 5-14662 sistent solida; 4. Subtlety of emuviums; 5. Efficacy of effluviums; 6. Nature of effluviums;
Fa 5-14659 7 and 8. Porosity of bodies ; 9 and 10. Natural
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
Cc 6-2958 tetick elements, or the three chymical principles
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
prayer, belief, and ten commandments, etc.; Boys' handy book of sports, pastimes, games and Private prayers and meditations; Five treatiamusements. L., n. d.
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
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
ences, 1855; Appendix ; Notes. Boyse, s Works. British poets Hf 1-12275
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
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
De 6-5998 Bradford, Mrs. S. H. Lewie; or, the bended twig
formed by order of the American government, valley of the upper Mississippi. N. Y., 1846 in 1817-18, in the frigate Congress. Bal.,
Cb 4-2653 1819. 2 v. 8°
Dg 1-11822 Bradish, A. Fine arts and art culture in the univerBrackett, A. G. Gen. Lane's brigade in Central sity of Michigan
Bh 5-Pam. 69 Mexico. Cin., 1854
Cb 7-2698 Bradley, E. (Cutlibert Bede.) Adventures of Mr. – History of the United States cavalry from the for- Verdant Green. N. Y., 1866 Fa 6–14693 mation of the federal government to 1863, - Nearer and dearer.
Fa 6-14682 with a list of all the cavalry regiments in the Bradshaw's continental railway guide for travelers United States service since the breaking out of through Europe. L., 1862
Ck 8-4559 the rebellion. N. Y., 1865 Cb 8–2722 Bradshaw's invalid companion. E. Lee Ck 8-4565 Brackett, G. E. Farm talk; a series of articles in Bradshaw's travelers' band-book to France, adapted
the colloquial style, illustrating various com- to all the railway routes. L., 1861 Ck 7-4583
mon farm topics. B., 1868 Ec 11-7790 Brady, John. Clavis calendaria ; or, a compendious Bradbury, John. Travels in the interior of America analysis of the calendar, illustrated with ecclein 1809-11. Liv., 1819. 8°
Df 5–5969 siastical, historical, and classical anecdotes. L.,
Ck 6–4503 - Dead sea fruit
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