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tures; a hand-book exhibiting the developrevolution; Constitution and government of Pennsylvania. IV. Essays and tracts con

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turing industry of Philadelphia in 1857. Ph., the American revolution; Letters and papers

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Cc 11-3106 on eleetricity. VI. Letters and papers on

Freedom and war.

H. W. Beecher philosophical subjects. VII. Correspondence :

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Ga 10-S8R2 Part 11. Letters private and official, from the Freemasonry. Adams, J. Q. Letters on Ci 11-4397 beginning of the revolution to the end of the author's mission to France, 1775-85; Appendix;

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French, B. F.' Historical collections of Louisiana,

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J. W. Calcraft; The cataract of the Ganges. - Vol. XXXVI. Belle's stratagem. Com. Mrs. H.
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Hb 9-10968 - Vol. I. The Irish attorney ; Boots at the Swan; - Vol. XXXIV. Two loves and a life. Taylor and How to pay the rent; The loan of a lover ; The Reade; Anne Blake. W. Marston ; The stew

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Hb 10-10997 Alarming sacrifice; Valet de shåm; Nicholas - Vol. XVI. Children in the wood; Winning a hus- Nickleby

Hb 10-11003 band; Day after the fair; Make your wills;

– Vol. XXXIV. The last of the pigtails; King Rendezvous; My wife's husband; Monsieur Rene's daughter; The grotto nymph; A

Tonson ; Illustrious stranger Hb 10-10998 devilish good joke; A twice told tale ; Pas de – Vol. XVII. Mischief-making; A live woman in fascination; Revolutionary soldier; A man the mines; The Corsair ; Shylock; Spoiled without a head

Hb 10-11004 child; Evil eye; Nothing to nurse; Wanted a

– Vol. XXXV. The olio. Part i; The olio. Part 2; widow

Hb 10-10998 The olio. Part 3; The trumpeter's daughter; – Vol

. XVIII. Lottery ticket; Fortune's frolic; Seeing Warren; Green Mountain boy; That Is he jealous; Married bachelor ; Husband at nose; Tom Noddy's secret Hb 10-11004 sight; Irishman in London; Animal magnet- – Vol. XXXVI. Shocking events; A regular fix;

ism ; Highways and by-ways: IIb 10–10998 Dick Turpin; Young scamp; Young actress ; – Vol. XIX. Columbus ; Harlequin bluebeard ; Call at No. 1—7; One touch of nature; Two Ladies at home; Phenomenon in a smock


. Hb 10-11004 frock; Comedy and tragedy; Opposite neigh

_ Vol. XXXVII. All the world's a stage; Quash, bors; Dutchman's ghost ; Persecuted Dutch- or nigger practice; Turn him out; Pretty

Hb 10-10999 girls of Stillberg; Angel of the attic; Circum- Vol. XX. Musard ball: Great tragic revival; stances alter cases ; Katty O'Sheal; Supper in High, low, jack, and the game; A gentleman


Hb 10–11005 from Ireland; Tom and Jerry; Village law

– Vol. xxxviii. Ici on parle Francais: Who yer; Captain's not a-miss ; Amateurs and act- killed cock robin; Declaration of independ

Hb 10-10999 ence; Heads or tails; Obstinate family; My - Vol. XXI. Promotion ; ' A fascinating individ- aunt; That rascal Pat; Don Paddy de Bazan ual; Mrs. Caudle ; Shakespeare's dream; Nep

Hb 10-11005 tune's defeat; Lady of the bedchamber; Take – Vol. xxxix. Too much for good nature; Cure care of little Charley ; Irish widow

for the fidgets

Hb 10-11005 Hb 10-10999 Freneau, P. Poems, chiefly illustrative of the events - Vol. XXII. Yankee peddler; Hiram Hireout; and actors in the American war of independDouble bedded room; The drama defended; ence. L., 1861.

Hf 4-12253






Freres ennemis. Trag. Racine Hb 2–10792, and 10775 Friswell, J. H., continued.
Fresh and Salt water aquarium. J. G. Wood

Other people's windows. L., 1869 Fa 15–14354

Dk 10–7060 Frith, John. Writings. British reformers Ee 6–8084 Fresh gleanings. D. G. Mitchell Di 3–15038

Contents.-Life of J. Frith; A letter containFresh hearts. R. T. S. Lowell

Hf 9-12420

ing the articles for which he died; Letters conFresnel, A. J. Arago, F. Biography Dd 1-5395

cerning Frith; A mirror, or glass to know Friar Bacon and friar Bungay, R. Greene Hb 4-13786

thysell; Extracts from the book of purgatory;

Extracts from a bulwark against Rastall; Note Friar Gerund, history of

Ha 14-15958

on the supplication of beggars" by Simon Frick, J. Physical technics; or, practical instruc- Fish; A letter to the faithful in the tower of tions for making experiments in physics, and

London ; A defence of some of the reformers the construction of physical apparatus, with

from the aspersions cast upon them by Sir

Thomas More, in his book against Frith. --from the most limited means. Trans. from German

Frith's treatise on the sacrament; A compari. by J. D. Easter. Ph., 1861. 8 Eb 2-8674

son between the paschal lamb and the sacrament Friend, the. S. T. Coleridge

of the Lord's supper.

Hd 8-11608 Friendly counsel for girls. Syd. Cox. Ci 6–4328 Frobisher, M. First voyage in search of a northFriends. Cox, S. H. Quakerism not Christianity

west passage to China, made in 1576; second Ed 10–1972

voyage, 1577; third voyage, 1578. Pinkerton's Gurney, J. J. Views and practices Ed 10-7977

voyages. 12

Df 1-5837 Wagstaff, W. R.. History

Ed 10–7976 Frogs. Wyman, J. Anatomy of the nervous system Friends and neighbors. T. 8. Arthur FI 2-15646 of rana pipiens. S. C. to K. Vol. 5, Art. 4 Friends in council. A. Helps. He 12-12067

Ae 1-13479 Friends in fur and feathers. By Gwynfryn. L., 1869 Frogs. Drama. Aristophanes Ha 2-10491

Dk 4-10576 Froissart, J. Chronicles of England, France, Spain, Friendship in fashion. 'T. Otway Hb 1-10745 and the adjoining countries, from the latter Friendships of women. W. R. Alger Ci 6–4336

part of the reign of Edward II. to the coronaFrigate Philadelphia ; capture and destruction at Tri- tion of Henry IV.; with introductory essay on

poli; official and unofficial documents relating the character and society of the middle ages, to the case, 1850 .

Bh 6-Pam. 37

by John Lord; containing life of Froissart, esFrisbie, Levi. Inaugural address delivered in the

say on his works, and criticism on his liistory chapel of the university of Cambridge, Nov. 5,


Cf' 1-3:363 1817 Bh 6-Pam. 2 Frolics of puck

Fd 12-15528 Friswell, J. H. About in the world. 'Essays by the From Dan to Beersheba. J. P. Newman Dg 5–6264 author of " The gentle life.” L., 1866

From dawn to dark in Italy. A tale of the reformaHd 11-11963 tion in the 16th century

Fd 13-13924 Essays on English writers. 1., 1869 Hd 11-11950 From hay-time to hopping. Miss Coulter Contents.-Introductory; The study of his

Hf4-14036 tory; History and historical biography: The

From the oak to the olive. J. W. Howe Di 3-6644 English poets; The essayists; The rise of the Frome, captain. Outline of the method of conductdrama : The bible and its translators; Letters and letter-writing; The ratirists; Scottish

ing a trigonometrical survey, for the formation poets; Political and metaphysical writers: The

of geographical and topographical maps, and British novelists; English periodical essayists;

plans, Jevelling, etc. L., 1850._89 Eb 10–7596
Poets of the present century,-Lord Byron, Sir
Walter Scott, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley,

Fronmüller, G. F. C. See Lange, J. P., and
Keats, Landor, Barry Cornwall, Crabbe, and

Ad 3-13369
Thomas Hood; Some Scottish poets, --Burns, Frost, John. Book of the colonies; comprising a his-
Scott, Campbell, etc.

tory of the colonies composing the United Friswell, J. H. The gentle life. Essays in aid of the States. N. Y., 1846

Cb 4-2064 formation of character. L., 1869 Hc 10–16820 – Great cities of the world in their glory and in Contents.-On the difference between leading

their desolation. Auburn, 1853 Ca 3-4273 the gentle life and being genteel: Upon the al- Frost, P. The western juvenile harp, designed for leged equality of men; On the " Manner of the

Sabbath and other schools. Buf., 1841
man"; On what is called etiquette; Touching
teaching and teachers; On what is commonly

Hb 12-13790 called luck in life; On successful people and

Frost, S. A. Godey's lady's book receipts and houseothers who are not successful; On male and

hold hints. Ph., 1870

Gb 6-16326 female flirts : On “Going a-courting"; Relating chiefly to the wives of men; Principally con

Frost and fire. J. F. Campbell

Ea 2-7131 cerning women's husbands; The disappoint

Frothingham, E. L., and A. L. Philosophy as absoments of life; On religion in the gentle life;

lute science, founded in the universal laws of Getting on in the world and growing rich; The question of “Slang". in writing and conversa

being, and including anthology, theology, and tion; The servants within our gates; On being

psychology made one as spirit, soul and body. soberly sad ; On being merry and wise: Regard

B., 1864. v. 1. 8°

Hc 6-11198 ing the company we keep; Friendship in gentle life; On the good opinion of ourselves which

Frothingham, R., jr. History of the siege of Boston, the world calls * conceit"; On speaking within

and of the battles of Lexington, Concord, and bounds; Good humour and bad temper; High

Bunker hill; also an account of the Bunker life; Indolence or laziness; On wanting to be

hill monument. B., 1851. 8° Cc 6-2963 somebody ; Concerning certain illusions; On decision of character; On the lottery of mar

Life and times of Joseph Warren. B., 1865. 8° riage; Is knowledge worth having; Upon

Db 8-4996 growing old.

Froude, J. A.' History of England from the fall of - The gentle life. Essays in aid of the formation Wolsey, to the death of Elizabeth. N.Y., 1865. of character. Second series. L., 1869

Ce 9-3282 Hc 10–11270 Short studies on great subjects. n. y., 1868 Contents.-On a certain noble animal; The

He 3-11910 weaker vessel,-1. and II.; (pon troubles and Fruits. Baker, c. R. Practical and scientific fruit adversity; A new race of old maids; Nature

culture and art: On health of mind: Laughter and

Ec 7-7710 tears ; Marks of honor; Gossip and scandal;

Barry, P. The fruit garden: Ec 7-7713 On book love; Going about doing good;

Beecher, H. W. Talk about

Ec 11-7801 Power: Thoughtlessness and want of care; Responsibility; Wandering from truth; Time,

Bernard, Mrs. B. Our common (English) fruits the avenger: The foolih passion; Part

Ec8-1729 ners for life: The queen of the home; On being – Dawning, A. J. Fruits and fruit trees of America poor; Zealous people; Snobs; On making

Ec 7-7717 apologies; Great men; Weeds, human and otherwise; Conscience: New teachers; On

– Floy, M. ' Account of the most valuable fruits taking leave and going away.

cultivated in America

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