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Hobbes, Thomas, continued.
Outline of the geology of the globe, and of the et demonstrata ; Tractatus opticus; Objec.

United States in particular. B., 1853 Eb 5-7504 tiones ad Cartesii ineditationes ; Epistolae ; – Religion of geology and its connected sciences. B., Praefatio in Mersenni ballisticam ; De mirabili. 1851

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bus pecci; Historia ecclesiastica; Index. — Report on the geology, mineralogy, botany, and - Elements of philosophy, the first section concernzoology of Massachusetts; made and published

ing body. L., 1856. Sm. 4° Ea 6-7285 by order of the government of that state. Am- Hobhouse, J. C. Substance of some letters written herst, 1835. 8°

Eb 5-7490 by an Englishman resident at Paris during the Hitchcock, E., E. Hitchcock, jr., A. D. Hager, and C. M. last reign of the emperor Napoleon; with an Hitchcock. Report on the geology of Vermont;

appendix of official documents. Ph., 1816. go descriptive, theoretical, economical, and sceno

Cg 4-3800 graphical. Claremont, W. H., 1861. 2 y. 4°

Hochelaga depicta: n. Bosworth Ch 1-3973

Eb 1-7325 Hochelaga; or, England in the new world. E. WarHitchcock, E. A. Spenser's poem, entitled “ Colin


Df 7-6039 Clouts come home againe,” explained, with

Hodde, Lucien de la. The cradle of rebellions. A remarks upon the Amoretti sonnets; and, also,

history of the secret societies of France. N. upon a tew of the minor poems of the early Eng.

Y., 1864. 80

Cg 4-3805 lish poets, by the author of Remarks on the son

Hodge, P. R. The steam engine; its origin and nets of Shakespeare. N. Y., 1865 Hf 5-12350 gradual improvement. (Plates.) N. Y., 1841. Hitherto. Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney Fa 12-14854

Af 5-13563 Hive, and the honey-bee. L. L. Langstroth Dk 8–7090

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Hodson, W. S. R. Twelve years of a soldier's life in Hobart, Benjamin. History of the town of Abington,

India; including a personal narrative of the Jass. B., 1866 .

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siege of Delbi. B., 1860

Du 5-6478 Hobart, John H. A word for the church, consisting Hofer. Drama. E. Fitzball

Hb 9-10962 of “the churchman” and “the churchman

Höfer, Edmund. The old countess Fe 4-15980 vindicated,” two cpiscopal charges. B., 1832

Hoffman, C. F. Administration of Jacob Leisler ; Bh 6-Pam. 7

chapter in American history. S. A. B. v. 13 Hobart, J. H. Onderdonk, B. T. Sermon at the

Da 844703 funeral of Bh 6-Pam. 6 Hoffy, A. North American pomologist

, containing Hobart, Nathaniel. Life of Swedenborg, with some

numerous finely colored drawings, accomaccount of his writings. B., 1840 De 12–5883 panied by letter press descriptions of fruits of Hobbes, Thomas. Works, now first collected and

American origin. Ed. by William D. Brinckle. edited, by Sir Wm. Molesworth. L., 1839. 11 v.

Ph., 1860. 40

Ec 9-7737 8

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Hofland, Mrs. B. Decision :

Fe 6-15483 Contents.- Vol. I. Elements of philosophy, Hogan, John. Thoughts about the city of St. Louis. concerning body. II. Philosophical rudiments


Bh 6-Pam. 6 concernins government and society. III. Le- Hogarth, George. 'Memoirs of the musical drama. viathan, or the matter, form, and power of a commonwealth, ecclesia-tical and civil. IV.

L., 1838. 2 v. 8°

Hb 12–11035 Three discourses ; 1. Human nature: 2. Ele- Hogarth, Wm. Works; containing 150 engravings ments of law, moral and politic; 3. Of liberty and necessity; Answer to Bishop Bramhall;

by Mr. Cooke, and Mr. Davenport. L., 1830. Heresy and the punishment thereof; Reputa

Af 6-13571 tion, loyalty, manners, and religion of Hobbes;

Cunningham, Allan. Life

Hc 1-11056 Answer to Sir Willia in Davenant's preface before Gondibert. V. Questions concerning lib.

Ireland, Samuel. Hogarth illustrated Hc 4-11129 erty, Decessity, and chance, stated and debated

Hogg, Cervantes. The rising sun. A serio-comic between Bishop Bramhall and T. Hobbes. VI.

satiric romance. L., 1809. 3 v. Ha 9-16076 Dialogue between a philosopher and a student of the common laws of England; Behemoth,

Hogg, James. The works of the Ettrick Shepherd. the history of the canses of the civil wars of

A new edition, revised at the instance of the England; Whole art of rhetoric; Art of sophis

author's family, by the Rev. Thomas Thomson. try. VII. Seven philosophical problems and

Tales and sketches. L., 1869. Royal 8° two propositions of geometry; Decameron

FI 5-16628 physiologicum, or, ten dialogues of natural philosophy; Proportion of a straight line to half

Contents.—The Brownic of Bodsbeck; The the arc of a quadrant; Six lessons to the Savil

wool-gatherer; A tale of Pentland; Ewan ian professors of mathematics; Absurd geometry

McGabhar; The bridal of Polmood; Storms; A of Dr. Wallis; Extract of a letter from Henry

shepherd's wedding; Country dreams and apStubbe; Three papers against Dr. Walliy: Con

paritions; A story of good queen Bess; Sound siderations on the answer of Dr. W. VIII. IX.

morality; Trials of temper: The Fords of CalHistory of the Grecian war, written by Thucy

lum; The Cameronian preacher's tale; The dides. X. Niads and Odysses of Homer. XI.

hunt of Eildon ; The adventures of Basil Lee; Index.

Adam Bell; Duncan Campbell; An old soldier'e - Opera pbilosopbica quae Latine scripsit omnia in

tale; Katie Cheyne: The long pack; A country

funeral; The shepherd's calendar, - tales and unum corpus nunc primum collecta studio et sketches illustrative of pastoral life, occupalabore Gulielmi Molesworth. L., 1839. 5 v. 8°

tions, and superstitions; Emigration; The two Hd 3–11446

highlanders ; The watchmaker; A story of the

forty-six; A tale of the martyrs; Adam Scott; Contents.-Vol. I. Thomae Hobbes Malms

The Baron St. Gio; The mysterious bride; Naburiensis vita, authore seipso; Vitae Hobbianae

ture's magic lantern; The private memuirs and aactarium. authore R. Blackbourne, M. A.;

confessions of a fanatic; Some remarkable pasTho. Hobbes Malmsburiensis vita, carmine ex

sages in the life of an Edinburgh baillie ; Julia pressa, authore seipso; Elementorum philoso

McKenzie; Mary Montgomery; The siege of phia sectio prima de corpore. II. Libri de hom

Roxburgh; The adventures of Col, Peter As. ine: Libri de cive. III. De homine; De civi.

ton; Gordon, the gipsy; Wat Pringle o' the tate; De civitate Christiana ; De regno tenebra.

Yair. runn: Appendix. IV. Examinato et emendatio mathematicae hodiernae; Dialogus physicus de

- Poems and life

Hf 14-16629 natura aeris; Problemata phyrica, propositione:

Contents.-Life of the anthor; The queen's XVI de magnitudine circuli, et duplicatio cubi;

wake; The mountain bard; Mador of the moor; De principiis et ratiocinatione geometrarum, et

The pilgrims of the sun; The poetic mirror; de mediis proportionalibus in genere; Quadra

Queen Hynde; The forest minstrel; Love tura circuli, cubatio sphaerae, duplicatio cubi.


Humorous songs; National songs; V. Rosetum geometricum, cum censura brevi

Poetical tales and ballads ; Poems descriptive doctrinae Wallisianae de motu; Lux mathe

and sentimental; Sacred melodies; Miscella. matica; Principia et problemata aliquot geome.

neous songs; Autobiography of the Ettrick trica antehac desperata nunc breviter explicata


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Hogg, James. Familiar anecdotes of Sir Walter Hollister, J. G. History of western Massachusetts

. Scott. N. Y., 1834 Dc 10-5500 Spring., 1855. 2 v.

Cc 7-2981 Hogg, T. J. Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley. L., 1858. Hollister, 0. H. The mines of Colorado. Spring., 2 v.

Dc 5–5218

Eb 6-7513 Hohensteins._F. Spielhagen Ff 12–14165 Holloway, wm. Scenes of youth; or, rural recollecHolbein, J. Douce, F. Holbein's dance of death

tions, with other poems. L., 1803 Hf 6–12312

Hc 1-11055 Hollowell, É. Report on reptiles. See Report of exHolcombe, J. P. Literature in letters; or, manners, plorations. v. 10

Ae 4-13540 art, criticism, biography, history, and morals; Holm, T.C. Extract from the history of New Swer.d illustrated in the correspondence of eminent Land. Col. N. Y. Hist. Soc. v. 2 Cc 4-2909 persons. N. Y., 1866

Ha 14–11033 Holman, James. Travels in China, New Zealand, Holcombe, J. P., and Gholson, W. Y. Compen- New South Wales, Van Dieman's Land, Cape dium of mercantile law. N. Y., 1855. 8°°

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Cb 2-2523 Road to ruin. Com.

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- Darkness and daylight

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Dora Deane and Maggie Miller Fd 4-14266 4 Ch 8-4148

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Hugh Worthington

Fd 4-14268 Fe 5-15281 Lena Rivers

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He ;-11911 Holland, J. G. Gold foil hammered from popular

Songs in many keys. B., 1864 Hf 13-12534 proverbs. N. Y., 1864

Hc 10-11258 Soundings from the Atlantit. B., 1864 – Bay-path; or, tale of New England colonial life

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M. Lafayette. Geneva, 1835 De 2–5635 Kathrina; her life and mine, in a poem. N. Y., - Memoirs of Simon Bolivar, and of his principal 1867

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Ha 11-10660 - Letters to the Joneses. N. Y., 1863 Hc 10-12257

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, Plain talks on familiar subjects. A series of pop- 1861. 2 v

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Df 12-6173 Holliday, Andrew. (Editor.) The savage club pa- Holy and profane states. T. Fuller. Hd 13–11726 pers. L., 1869

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Hb 8-10938 | Homes for the people. G. Wheeler Ga 10-8891 Homage of the arts

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Hf 11-13602 Homes of the new world. F. Bremer . DI 7-6014 Homans. J. Smith. Cyclopaedia of commerce and Homes without hands. J. G. Wood Dk 4-6914 commercial navigation. N. Y., 18.58

Homespun. T. Lockland

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Hd 3-11473 Homiletics. Alexander, J.W. Thoughts on preachContents.-Vol. I. Life; Dramatic works;


Et 8-8110 Agis; Douglas. II. Siege of Aquileia; The fatal - Sueda, w. g. i. Homiletics and pastoral thediscovery; Alonzo; Alfred ; History of the rebellion in 176. III. Rebellion, continued ; Ap


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Vinet, A. ' Theory of preaching Et 8-8091 Home; or, life in Sweden. F. Bremer Fa 7-14778 Hommaire de Hell, Ř. See Ilell, X. it. de. Home; a religious book for the family. W. K. Homme à bonnes fortunes. Com. Regnard Tweedie Ef 5-8282

Aa 6-12942 Home as found. J. F. Cooper Ff 1-13964 Homme de neige. ' A. 1. A. D. Didevant Au 4-12708 Home for all. O. S. Fowler Ga 11-8913 Homme serieux. C. de Bernard

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Gb 1-8821 Fd 2-14218 Homoeopathy. American journal of materia medica Home influence. Grace Aguilar. Fd 2-14224

Gb 1-8837 Home lite. E. M. Sewell Ff 11-14133 Honduras. Squier, E. G. Notes on

Ch 5-4067 Home lights and shadows. T. S. Arthur Fd 2-14901 Wells, W. V. Explorations .

Ch 5-4068 Home monthly. v. 3. 1860

Bi 12-2169 Honest man's fortune. Beaumont and Fletcher Home pets. Beeton, S. O. Dk 5-6933

Hb 7-10883 Home scenes and heart studies. Grace Aquilar Honey-moon.' com. J. Tobin FI 2-14225

IIb 1-10756, and 9-10952 Homer. "Batrachomyomachia, hymns, and epigrams; Hong Kong. 'Smith, G. Visit to

Dh 2-15556 Hesiod's works and days; Musaeus' hero and Honor bright. S. Chestnutwood Fd 12-15504 Leander. Juvenal's fitih satire. Trans. by G. Honor May. B., 1866 .

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Aa 2-12545 — Homeri Ilias ; Graece et Latine; Ex recensione et Honour triumphant. J. Ford

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Ha 4-13395 Hood, C. Practical treatise on warming buildings - Homeric ballads and comedies of Lucian. Trans. by hot water, on ventilation, etc. L., 1855. go by W. Maginn, and annotated by Shelten Mac

Gb kenzie. N. Y., 1856

Ha 4-10412 Hood, E. P. Lamps, pitchers and trumphets. Lec- Iliad. Trans. into English blank verse by W. C. tures on the vocation of the preacher. N. Y., Bryant. B., 1870. 2 v. 80 Ha 3-10389


Ee 12-8230 -- Same. Trans. by T. A. Buckley. L., 1854 Hood, George. History of music in New England;

Ha 4-10123 with biographical sketches of reformers and Same. Trans. by Thomas Hobbes HD 3-11459 psalmists. B., 1846

Hb 10-10987 - Same. Rendered into English blank verse by Hood, Thomas. Choice works. N. Y., 1857. 4 v. Edward, earl of Derby. N. Y., 1865. 2 v.

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Contents.-Vol. I. Preface; Preface to Hood's - Same. Trans. into English verse by W. G. Cold

own, 1839; The Pugsley papers; Dream of En

gene Aram; Black, white and brown; I rememcleugh. Ph., 1870

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Miss Killman egg and her precious leg: Fair
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; Ballad; Ruth; Autumn ; Song; Ode to
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melancholy. II. The schoolmistrers abroad; Same. Trans. into English hexameters by E. W. No!; Tower of Lahneck; To my daughter on Simcox. L., 1865. 8°

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her birthday: The defaulter, "an owre truo - Same. Trans. into blank verse, with alterations,

tale ""; Sonnet: The earth-quakers; The Grims

by ghost; Epigram on the art-unions; A black notes, etc., by Wm. Cowper. L., 1809. 2 v. in 1.

job: Mrs. Gardiner, a horticultural romance; 8.

Ha 3-10387

A sketch on the road; A tale of terror; Hydro- Same. Trans. by Alexander Pope. Chiswick,

pathy, or the cold water cure; Mr. Chubb, a

piscatory romance; A very so-so character; 1822

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Epigram on the superiority of machinery; A Same. Trans. into English verse in the Spenserian custom-house breeze; Notes by Shakespeare;

New harmony; The bappiest man in England; stanza, by P. S. Worsley. E., 1865. 2 v.

Horse and foot; A hard case. III. Poems,
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Hood's own. IV. Up the Rhine. - Odyssey. "Trans. by G. Chapman. Notes by R. - Memorials; collected, arranged and edited by his Hooper. L., 1857. 2 v.

Ha 4-10108 daughter; with a preface and notes by his son. Same. Trans. by T. Hobbes. Hd 3-11459

B., 1860. 2 v.

Dc 1-5084 Same. Trans. by A. Pope. Chiswick, 1822 Tales, romances, and extravaganzas Fe 4–15295

Ha 4-10115 Up the Rhine. N. Y., 1857 . Di 3–15555 - Same. Trans into English blank verse, with Hook, Theodore. The French stage and the French

notes and alterations, by Wm. Cowper. L., 1809. people, as illustrated in the memoirs of M.
2 v. in 1. 8°
Ha 3-10388 Fleury. L., 1841. 2 v.

IIb 2-10782 Same. With the hymns, epigrams, and battle of Hook, Walter Farquhar. A church dictionary. Ph., the frogs and mice. Trans., with notes, by T. 1854. 8°

Ad 1-13200 A. Buckley. L., 1867

Ha 2-10992 - An ecclesiastical biography, containing the lives Same. L., 1860

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of ancient fathers and modern divines, with Gladstone, W. E. Juventus mundi

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Hooker, J. D. Himalayan journals; or, notes of a Hopkins, Manly. Hawaii; the past, present, and

naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Napal future of the island kingdom. N. Y., 1869 Himalayas, the Khasia mountains, etc.

Dh 8-6522 1851. 2 v. 8°

Dh 3–6130 Hopkins, Mark.

The law of love and love as law; Hooker, Richard. Works; with an account of his or, moral science theoretical and practical. N. life and death by Isaac Walton; arranged by Y., 1869

Et 5-8279 Jolin Keble. N. Y., 1851. 2 v. 8. Ef 1-8200 Hopkins, Samuel

. Puritans; or, the church, court, Contents.-Vol. I. Life of Hooker; Ofthe laws

and parliament of England, during the reigns of ecclesiastical polity, 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th books;

of Edward VI. and queen Elizabeth. B., 1860. Hooker's dedication to Archbishop Whitgift;

3 v. 89

Ce 2-3226 of the laws of ecclesiastical polity, 5th book. II. Of the laws of ecclesiastical polity, 6th, 7th,

Hopkinson, Joseph. The working of the steam en8th hooks; Travers's supplication to the council;

gine explained by the use of the indicator. Hooker's answer to Travers's supplication;

L., 18(03. So

Ga 9-8770 Jackson's dedication; Index.

Hopper, Edward. The Dutch pilgrim fathers and Walton, I. Life

Dd 2–5117 Hooker, Worthington. Physician and patient; or,

other poems, humorous and not humorous. N. Y., 1865 .

HI 11-12437 a practical view of the mutual duties, relations - One wife too many; or, Rip van Bigham and interests of the medical profession. N. Y.,

Fe 5-15281 1819 Hooker, Wm. J. Botanical miscellany. L. 18:30.

Ga 3-8746 Hoppin, J. vi. Notes of a theological student. N.
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Ec 1-7609 – The journal of botany; a second series of the

- Old England; its scenery, art, and people N. Y., 186

Di 5-6694 botannical miscellany, containing figures and Hoppin, W.J. Circumstances alter cases. F's M. D. descriptions of such plants as recommend

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НЬ 10–11005 themselves by their novelty, rarity, or history, Lady of the bed chamber. F's M. D. v. 21 or by the uses to which they are applied in

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Hb Hooker, w. Report on medical education in rela- Horae Chalmerianae. S. II. Cox Ec 4-7660 Horace Wild. Mrs. M. J. Mallory Fc 11-15014

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Ef 2-8121 Hooper, John. Early writings. Ed. by Rev. S. Horae phrenologicae. J. Epps

Ga 6-9757 Carr. Cam., 1843. 8°. Parker society. v. 11

Horae subsecivae. J. Brown

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by C. Smart L., 1858

Ha 1-10+53 office; Answer to the bishops of Winchester; Declaration of th · ten commandments; Delib.

Odes and epodes. 'A metrical translation into eration upon the prophet Jonas; Funeral ser

English, with introduction, commenturies, and

notes, by Lord Lytton. N.Y., 1870 Ha 4-10597 Later writings; together with his letters and Odes, satires, and epistles. Trans. by Philip

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Ha 4-10416 Contents. --Advertisement; Biographical no

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Aa 12–13286 brief and clear confession of the Christian faith; Confession of John IIooper's faith; Annotations

Hordynski, Joseph History of the late Polish rero

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Cg 9-3900 Hooper's injunctions: Homily to be read in the Horeb and Jerusalem. G. Sandie

Dy 4-6243 time of pestilence; Expositions upon P-alıns

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