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CRITICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
BRITISH AND AMERICAN AUTHORS.
CONTAINING OVER THIRTY-SEVEN THOUSAND ARTICLES (AUTHORS),
Haagensen, Sophus. (Trans.) Methods and The- | or, The Why and Because of Broken Knees and Unsound ories for the Solution of Problems of Geometrical Construction, by Julius Petersen, Lon., 1879, 8vo.
Haas, Ernst Anton Max, Ph.D. Catalogue of Sanskrit and Pali Books in the British Museum, Lon., 1876, 4to.
Habberton, John, b. 1842, in Brooklyn. N.Y.; was literary editor of the Christian Union 1874-78, and has since been on the editorial staff of the New York Herald. 1. Helen's Babies. By their Latest Victim. Bost., 1876, sq. 16mo and 8vo. Anon. one hundred and fifty thousand copies have been sold.) (More than 2. The Barton Experiment, N. York, 1876, 16mo. The Jericho Road a Story of Western Life, Chic., 3. 1876, sm. 4to. 4. (Ed.) Select British Essayists, (vol. i. :) Spectator, (Selected Papers,) by Addison and Steele: with Introductory Essay and Biographical Sketches, N. York, 1876, sq. 12mo. 5. Grown-Up Babies. Illust. Lon., 1877, 18mo. 6. My Mother-in-Law, Lon., 1877, 12mo. 7. (Ed.) Sir Roger de Coverley: consisting of the Papers relating to Sir Roger de Coverley published in the "Spectator:" with an Introductory Essay, 1877, 8vo. 8. Other People's Children, N. York, 1877, sq. 16mo. 9. The Scripture Club of Valley Rest; or, Sketches of Everybody's Neighbors, N. York, 1877, sq. 16mo. 10. Some Folks. Illust. N. York, 1877, 8vo. 11. Little Guzzy. Illust. N. York, 1878, 12mo. 12. Other People, Lon., 1878, 8vo. 13. The Crew of the "Sam Weller," N. York, 1878, sq. 16mno. 14. Just One Day, Bost., 1879, 16mo; new ed., entitled "Mrs. Mayburn's Twins," &c., Phila., 1882, 8vo. 15. The Worst Boy in Town. Illust. N. York, 1880, sq. 16mo. 16. Who was Paul Grayson? Illust. N. York, 1881, sq. 16mo. 17. The Bowsham Puzzle: a Novel; [also] My Friend Moses: a Story, N. York, 1884, 12mo. 18. George Washington, (1732-1799.) ("Lives of American Worthies,") N. York, 1884, 16mo. Bayou, Phila., 1886, 8vo. 19. Brueton's "In originality of motive, in freshness of treatment, and in a winning pathetic grace which is not a mere ornament of the story, but is wrought into its very fabric, Brueton's Bayou' stands alone among recent novels."-Acad., xxxi. 6. 20. Country Luck, [a novel,] Phila., 1887, 12mo. Habershon, Matthew Henry. The Wave of Scepticism and the Rock of Truth: a Reply to "Supernatural Religion," Lon, 1875, p. 8vo.
Habershon, Samuel Osborne, M.D., F.R.C.P., 1825-1889, b. at Rotherham; studied medicine at Guy's Hospital and at the University of London, where he graduated 1848; physician to Guy's Hospital 1866-80; vice-president of the Royal College of Physicians 1887, &c. 1. A Catalogue of the Models of Diseases of the Skin in the Museum of Guy's Hospital, Lon., 1854, 8vo. 2. Pathological and Practical Observations on Diseases Mof the Abdomen, Lon., 1857, 8vo; 4th ed., 1888. Medical Science in its General Aspects and Study: a 3. Lecture, Lon, 1859, 8vo. 4. On the Injurious Effects of Mercury in the Treatment of Disease, Lon., 1859, p. 8vo. 5. On Disease of the Stomach: the Varieties of Dyspepsia, their Diagnosis and Treatment, Lon., 1866, p. 8vo; 3d ed., 1879. 6. On the Pathology and Treatment of some Diseases of the Liver, (Lettsomian Lectures, 1872,) Lon., 1872, 8vo; 2d ed., 1885. 7. On the Pathology of the Pneumogastric Nerve, (Lumleian Lectures, 1876,) Lon., 1877, p. 8vo; 2d ed., 1885. 8. The Advancement of Science by Experimental Research: the Harveian Oration, 1883, Lon., 1883, er. 8vo. Habershon, William G., and Gladstone, Thomas II., Ph.D. (Ed.) Hymns for the Use of Christian Associations, Lon., 1863, 16mo.
Habirshaw, Frederick. Catalogue of the Diatomace. Edited by R. Hitchcock. N. York, 1881, 4to. Hack, Mary Pryor. 1. Consecrated Women. By Claudia, [pseud.] Lon., 1880, p. 8vo. 2. Self-Surrender: a Second Series of Consecrated Women, Lon., 1881, p. 8vo; new ed., 1888. 3. Christian Womanhood, Lon., 1883, p. 8vo. 4. Faithful Service: Sketches of Christian Women, Lon., 1885, p. 8vo. Life-Story of a Hundred Years Ago, Lon., 1887, 8vo. 5. Mary Pryor: a Hack, Stephen. Horse-Shoes and Horse-Owners;
Legs, Lon., 1874, 8vo.
son, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Medical Missionary of Neyoor,
of High Priesthood, Portland, Me., 1864, 12mo.
[ante, vol. i., add.,] d. 1875; resigned his chair in New-
York City; a popular actor, specially noted for his im-
round: an Historical Sketch, Wirksworth, 1863, 8vo.
gind: a Poem, N. York, 1869, 12mo.
Hackley, Charles Elihu, M.D., b. 1836, at Unadilla, N.Y.; graduated at the Medical School of the civil war as surgeon in the U.S. cavalry, and was the University of Pennsylvania 1860; served through clinical professor of diseases of the eye and ear in the Women's Medical College, New York, 1870-76. 1. (Ed.) Treatise on Diseases of the Eye. By C. Stellwag von of Practical Medicine, by F. von Niemeyer, Lon., 1873, Carion. Lon., 1868, r. Svo. 2. (Trans.) A Text-Book 8vo; new ed., 1880. 3. (Trans.) General Surgical PaAdditions by Dr. A. von Winiwarter, Lon., 1879, 8vo. thology and Therapeutics, by Dr. Theodor Billroth: with
Fulham, near London; graduated at Christ Church, Ox-
Lessons on Moral Subjects: for Teachers, &c., Lon.,
b. at Woodford, Essex; graduated, first class Lit. Hum.,
The papers range over a wide field, and are classified in the table of contents under the heads of On the Holy Scriptures,' Doctrinal Works,' Ecclesiastical History,' Of all of these subjects Mr. Haddan had something to say, The Prayer-Book.' Miscellaneous,' and General History.'