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England. General history-continued.
274-221 Kennet et al. Complete history of E., with lives of all the kings and queens 278_4000 Knight, C. Popular history of E. [to 1849]
278–697 - School history
274_698 Lupton, W. M. English history (for examinations]
274_759 Mackintosh, Sir J. History of E. [to 1760)
274_780 Milner, T. 'History of E. [to 1852] 270_847
St. George, C. Civil and ecclesiastical h. [to 1829]
274_1047 Salmon, T. Chronological historian [to 1741
274_1051 Selby, c. Events to be remembered (to 1863]
274_1072 siudent's Hume [contin. to 1858] 279-593 Thompson, A. B. Victoria history (to 1863]
274_1139 Thomson and Macfarlane. Comprehensive hist. to close of Russian war
274_1183 Vaughan, R. Revolutions in English history
274_1186 Wade,' w. 'British history chronologically arranged [to 1847]
274_1191 Walters, H. History of E. on Christian principles [to 1832]
274_1212 White, J. History of E. [to 1878] 271–1224
Landmarks of history [to 1852] 27–1225
274_471 Hume, D. History of E. [to 1688) 27a_590 to 2
Smollet, T. Continuation of Hume to death of Geo. II .
274_1096,7 Student's Hume, continued to 1858
272_593) Lingard, J.' History of E. 10 1688 272–746
Rapin's history of E. to 1688 278_988
Plantagenet and Tudor periods.
274_4033 - Florence of Worcester's Chronicle, with continuations [to Edward I]
278-400 Henry, R. History of E. [to death of Henry VIII].
274-538 Maribew of Westminster's flowers of history [to 1307]
272_816 Pearson, c. H. Early and middle ages of E. [to 1199]
27a-938 Roger De Hoveden's annals' [732-1201)
274_1010 Roger of Wendover's flowers of history [to 1235)
274-1011 Reid, H. Lectures on English history 274–996
Turner, S. History of E. [to death of Elizabeth]
279-1172 Yonge, c. M. Cameos from Eng. hist., from Rollo to Ed. II
274_1254 - Before conquest, conquest early Anglo
Coote, H. C. Neglected fact in English bistory
274_291 Freeman, E. A. Norman conquest of E.
274_424 Geldari, T.' Popular history of E. [to death
of Wm. I] -- Giles, J. A.' History of the ancient Britons
274-448 Haigh, D. H. Conquest of Britain by the Saxons
272-501 Layamon's or Lajamon's brut 22-895 Lyttelton, G. History of Henry II 30–2013
England. Before conquest, etc.--continued.
Lappenberg, J. M. E. under the Anglo-
279-710 Lewin, 1. Invasion of Britain by Cæsar
274_720 Palgrave, F. Normandy and E. [to Henry I]
274_914 Thierry, A. Conquête de l'Angleterre
34-3850 The Norman conquest
274_1130 Wace. Normau conquest
27-1189 See Anglo-Saxon ; Normandy. Plantagenet, York, and Lancaster periods.
Brougham, H. England and France under the house of Lancaster
274_125 Chronicle of the reigns of Richard 11, Henry IV, Henry V, Henry VI, etc. Camden soc. pub. v. 64
274_195 Edgar, J. G. Wars of the roses 274_364 Matthew Paris. English history, 1235 to 1273
274_815 Roberts, E. Rival houses of York and Lan
274_1007 Vergil, P. Reigns of Henry VI, Edward IV, and Richard III. Camden soc. pub. 29 & 36
274_195 Tudor and Stuart periods. (1) General and miscellaneous.
Coke, R. Detection of court and state [1603–1688]
27a_271 Dahlmann, F. E. History of the English revolution [1485–1688)
27a-318 Froude, J. A. History of E., from the fall of Wolsey to death of Elizabeth 274_425,6 Gardiner, S. R. History of E. 1603-1616
278-440 - Vaughan, R. ` E. under house of Stuart
274_1185 (2) Civil war, commonwealth, protectorate, restoration. Bisset, A. History of the commonwealth
274_86 Carte, T. Collection of original letters, &c. 1641 to 1660
274_208 Cary, H. Memorials of the civil war
278_210 Clarendon, Earl of. History of the rebellion and civil wars
272_261 Fellowes, W. D. Historical sketches of Charles I, Cromwell, Charles II, etc.
274_390 - Godwin, w.' History of the commonwealth
274_459 Gülett, E. H. ' E. iwo hundred years ago
276-810 Guizot, M. Monk and his contemporaries
30–1913 Oliver Cromwell and the commonwealth
274_488 Richard Cromwell and the restoration
274_489 Ludlow, E. Memoirs
279_758 Peacock, E. Army lists of roundheads and cavaliers
274-933 Rushworth's historical cullections (1618– 1648]
270_1034 Sanford, J. L. Studies of the great rebellion
27a_1059 Symonds, R. Diary of the marches of the royal army in the civil war v. 74 of 274_195
See Long parliament. (3) James II, Revolution, William and Mary, Anne.
Burnet, G. History of his own time, 1660 to 1713 .
274_170,4001 Macaulay, T. B. History of E. (1685–17021
279_761 to 4 See Paget's New “Examen" 271-910 Mackintosh, J. History of the revolution (1685–1688] ·
England. Tudor and Stuart periods-continued. England. Southey, R. Espriella's letter from E. Moore, G. History of the British revolu
27-728 tion 274_851 Thorburn, G. Journal in E.
276-21 See Stuart, house of.
Thorne, J. Rambles by rivers
276_367 Brunswick period.
Thornbury, W. Cross country 270-605 Andrews, J. War with America, France, Tuckerman, H. T. Month in E. 270-323 and Holland 26_4 Tyng, S. H. Recollections of E.
276-22 Annals of Great Britain from ascension of Ward's English items
270_388 George III to the peace of Amiens 274_30 Wey, F. Les Anglais chez éux 343906 Baines, E. Wars of the French revolution Wheaton, N. S. Journal in E.
271-25 274-1604 White, J. E. Letters on E.
276-191 Bissett, R. "History of the reign of George White, w. All round the wrekin 276_597 III
276-759 Bunbury, H. Passages in the great war with Miscellany. France, 1799–1810
274_142 Angleterre, l', comparée a la Franoe 34-4204 Gaspey, T. History of E., 1760-1837 274-441 Becket, G. A. à. Comic history
274_54 Mahon, Ld. History of E., 1713-1763
Bentley's excerpta historica
274-378 274–785,6 Choice notes from Notes and queries 274_250 Martineau, it
. History of the peace, with in- Collectanea topographia genealogica 273-278 troduction, 1800–1854
274_802 Collection of scarce tracts. Lord Sommers The thirty years peace [1816-46] 274_4006
274_4044 Introduction (1800-1816] 271_4005 Ellis H. Original letters. 3å series, Wm. I to Smollet, T. Continuation of Hume [to 1760] Henry VIII
274368 274_1096,7 Fuller, T.' Worthies of E.
30-192 Wrighi, T. ` E. under the house of Hanover Harleian miscellany, selection from 274_4011
274_1245 Heywood, T. Merlin and his prophecies 274_555 See Chronicles; Rebellion.
Historical reason why
272_11:14 Travels, topography, tours, &c.
History of progress in E.
6-864 Allen, Z. Sketches in Gt. Britain 276_126 Kemp, Mrs. Conversations on E. 274_674 Blanc, L. Letters on E. 276-787 Pauli, R. Pictures of old E.
274_930 Leitres sur l'Angleterre
34-4717 Porter, G. R. Progress of the nation 274_954 Britton and Brayley. Beauties of E. and Wales Vinje, A. O. Norseman's views 276_706
270_474 See names of sections, districts, counties, towns, Bulwer-Lytton, E. L. E. and the English 271–636 and particular objects of interest of the united Chambre, Maj. Recollections of E. 276-501
kingdom ; of colonies and dependencies; of Chasles, V. E. P. Notabilities in E. 276-308
sovereigns and statesmen. See, also, Great Chateaubriand, F. A. de. Recollections of E. Britain ; Heraldry; Kings; Queens; Sov
ereigns. Churton, E. Rail-road book of E.
276–512 England's conversion and reformation compared ; Clarke, B. British gazetteer
or, the young gentleman directed in the choice Cooper, J. F. Gleanings in E.
of his religion ; to which is premised a brief Coxe, A. C. Impressions of E. 271_402
inquiry into the general grounds of the catho. Eddy, D. C. Through E.
lic faith, etc. Lancaster, 1813 32-1475 Goede, A. G. Memorials of E.
276_207 England's danger and her safety. F. M. Edge Granville, A. B. Spas of E. 275_5
264_1005 Gurley, R. R. Mission to E.
276-722 England's danger; or, reform unmasked. L., 1819. Haven, G. Pilgrim's wallet
274_1253 Hawthorne, N. Sketches of . 276-656 England's reformation; a poem.
T. Ward 23–761 Head, G. Manufacturing districts of E. 276-6 England's workshops. Strauss et al.
6-413 Hoppin, J. M. Old England ; its scenery, art, and England's yoeman. M. L. Charlesworth 18-616 people
276-888 English, G. B. Narrative of the expedition to Howitt, W. Rural life of
Dongola and Sennaar, under the command of Visits to remarkable places
his excellence Ismael Pasha. B., 1823. 80 Jesse, E. Favorite haunts 276_208
281_58 Johnston, W. E. as it is
276-672 English, T. D. The Mormons. 'F's s. D. v. 26 L'Estrange, A. G. Yachting in the west of E.
24-221 276_844 See Foster, G.G. – Mackenzie, a.s. American in E. 271-13 English America. S. P. Day
266-516 Merle d'Aubigné, J. H. Early recollections
See America, British.
275_142 English and their origin. L. O. Pike. 274_948 Miller, H. First impressions of 270-240 English at home. A. Esquiros
271_607 Mirabeau's letters from E. 276-887 English boy in Japan. W. Dalton
18-802 Moran, B. Footpath and highway 276_293 English catalogue of books published from January, Newte, T. Observations on
1835, to January, 1866. Compiled by S. Low. Nucius, N. Reign of Henry vill. Camden L., 1864–7. 2 v. 80
21-307 soc. pub. v. 17 274–195 | English channel. J. Abbott
18-3 Olmsted, F. L. American farmer 4-65 See Channel islands. Palmer, F. P. Pen and pencil 276_1211 English classics. R. M. Johnston
22-1108 - Paulding, J. K. Sketch of old E. by a New English comic writers. Hazlett, W. Lectures on England man 276-3
22-1085 Pecchio's observations in E. 276-675 English constitution. W. Bagehoi
274_42 Raumer, F. v. England in 1835 27b-16 English country life. By Martingale, author of England in 1841
33-52 Relation, by a Venetian. ` [1500.] 'Camden soc. English cyclopædia. New dictionary of universal pub. v. 37
knowledge, conducted by C. Knight. L. 49 Rye, E. P. E. as seen by foreigners 272_1045 Biography. 1836-8. 4 v.
30-2000 Schlesinger, M. Saunterings in E. 276-325 Natural history. 1854–6. 4 v.
9-1206 Shaw, J. Ramble in E.
276-630 Arts and sciences. 1859–61. 8 v. in 4 33–1261 Silliman, B. Travels in E. and Scotland 271-174 Synoptical index. 1862 .
3:-12615 Sorbiere, S. Voyage to E. 274-20 English epithets, book of. J. Jermyn :
English eccentrics and eccentricities. J. Timbs English language-continued.
See Americanisms; Anglo-Saxon; Slang ;
22-47 Elphinston, J. English speech and spelling
18-1970 Haldeman, S. S. Affixes to English words
English words from Latin roots 22-131
Lenoir, V. P. Emblematical spelling-book
18–2447 Lowe, E. C. English primer 33-1367
274-98 Moore, Mrs. M. B. Dixie speller 26a-2004
22–1235,6 Oswald, J. Etymological dictionary 22-189
Rowbotham, J. Derivative spelling- book 22–217
22-397 Swinton, W. Rambles among words 22-243
22-62 Trench, R. c. English past and present 22-491
The study of words
ographers. Philol. soc. trans., 1865 22-488
22-383,4 raphy ; Pronunciation; Speech ; Writing.
22–273 Adams, E. Elements of the English language
Badois, C. Grammaire anglaise 34-5024
Institutes of English grammar 22-51
22-111 Crane, G. Principles of language exemplified
in a practical English grammar
22-114 Dalglish, W. S. Key to grammatical analysis
22-374 Darnell, T. Parsing simplified 22-316
De Vere, M. S. Studies in English 22-418
22-180 Elphinston, J. Principles of the E. language
22-214 Fowler, w.c. ' English language in its elements
Gibbs, J. W. Philological studies 22-448
22-279 Kenrick, W. Rhetorical grammar 22-143
English language. March, F. A. Method of philo- English language. History, etc.-continued.
21-143 Moon, G. W. The dean's English 22-476
Clark, N. G. Elements of E. language Morelí, J. D. Grammar of the E. 1. 22-165
22-964 Mulligan, J. Grammatical structure of the E. I. Cleveland, C. D. Compendium of E. litera22-175
22-971,2 Murray, i. English grammar 22-177
E. literature of the nineteenth century Parker, W. H. Grammar of the E. l. 22-192
22-973 Parminter, T. H. Materials for a grammar of
Collier, w. F.' History of E. literature the modern E. 1. 22-194
22-991 Pegge, S. Anecdotes of
22-485 Craik, 'G. i. compendious history of E. Richardson, C. Mustrations of English philol.
Disraeli, I. Amenities of literature 22-1018 Study of language
Gray, W. Historical sketch of E. literature Round games and amusing exercises 22-352
22-1067 Smith, R. C. English grammar. [Southern
Larkins, w. g. 'Handbook of E. literature edition) 264_2037
22-1113 Smythe, c. w. Our own grammar 264–2031,1 Lucas, H. Littérature anglaise 34-3501 Thring, E. Principles of grammar 22-251
Mills, A. Literature and literary men of Gt. Tooke, J. H. Diversions of Purley 22-254
Britain and Ireland
22-1141 See Richardson, C.
Mitford, M. R. Recollections of a literary Vickers, J. New course of grammar 22-272
22-1144 Webster, N. Dissertations on the E. 1. 22–498 Morley, H. English writers 22-1148 Welsford, H. On the origin and ramifications of Nichols, J. Literary anecdotes and illustrathe E. 1.
22-1159,60 Wilson, J. P. Essay on grammar 22-287
Lectures on E. literature 22-1172 Vulgarisms and other errors of speech 22-270
Shaw, T. B. Outlines of E. literature See Composition; Grammar; Language; Phil.
22-1200,1 ology ; Rhetoric; Versification.
Spalding, w. History of Ė. literature History, philosophy, selections.
22-1218 (1) Early English.
Taine, H. Hist. de la littérature anglaise Chaucer, G. Poetical works 23-470,676
34-4573 Child, F. J. English and Scottish ballads
Meurs et leitres au XVIIIe siècle en 23-450 Angleterre
34-4673 Corson, 11. Chaucer's Legende of goode See American literature; Bibliography; Crit
icism; Humor; Literature; Literary and Early English text society
scientific men ; Novels ; Poetry; Reading; Ellis, G. Specimens of early English poets Rhetoric.
23-461 English lite, social and domestic, in the middle of English meirical homilies :
the nineteenth century, considered in reference English retraced
to our position as a community of professing Fenn, J. Paston letters
Christians. By the author of "Reverses." Gower, J. Confessio amantis 23-532
15-333 Hartshorne, C. H. Ancient metrical tales English lyrics. R. H. Bayne's
23-809 23-334 English merchants. H. R. F. Bourne . 1-304 Hazlitt, w. c. Early popular poetry 23-744 English metrical homilies. John Small, Ed. 22-1212 Layamons Brut.
22-895 English opium-eater. See DeQuincey, T. Malory, T. La mort d'Arthure 18–1793 English orphans. Mrs. M. J. Holmes 18-1463 Maundeville, J. Early travels in Palestine English retraced; or, remarks, critical and philo
logical, founded on a comparison of the Morley, H.' English writers 22–1148
breeches bible with the English of the present Morris, R. Specimens of early English day. L., 1862
22-81 22-1150 English, Scotch, and Irish historical libraries. w. Motherwell, w. Minstrelsy 23-161
21-536 Percy, T. Bishop Percy's folio MS. 23–174 English seamen and divers A. Esquiros 276-609 – Reliques of ancient English poetry English seamen under the Tudors. H. R. F. Bourne 23-176,513
296-314 Piers Ploughman 23-415 English surnames. ' R. Ferguson :
22-87 Ritson, J. "Robin Hood-poems and ballads English shrines, pilgrimages to. S. C. Hall 27"-387 23-324 English spy. C. M. Westmacott
33-80 Robson, T. 'Early English metrical romances English tales and sketches. Mrs. Crosland 18-765 v. 18 of 274_195 English tradesman. D. DeFoe
1-242 Skelton, J. ' Poetical works 23-448 English traits. R. W. Emerson
276_417 Thoms, W. J. Early English prose romances English travellers and Italian brigands. W. J. C.
276_783 Warton, T. History of English poetry Englishwoman in America. s. M. Maury 260_80
22-892 English woman in Italy. G. Gretton 274-582 Wright, T. Literature, superstitions, and English woman's domestic magazine. v. 3,4. L., history of middle ages
80 See Anglo-Saxon ; Ballads; Camden society.
17-39 (2) General and contemporary:
Engravers. Bryan, M. Dictionary of 30-1706 Arnold, M. Manual of E. literature 22-916 Walpole, H. Catalogue of
5-22 Balfour, C. L. Sketches of E. literature Engraving. The history and art of ingraving: con
taining the rise and progress of ingraving; Breen, H. H. Modern E. literature 22-411
an idea of a collection of prints; collection Burnett, G. Specimens of English prose of marks and cyphers. L., 1747 5–416 writers
- Evelyn, J. History and art of chalcography Chambers, R. Cyclopædia of E. literature
5-421 22-897,8 Jackson, J. Treatise on wood e. :
Engraving. Landseer, J. Lectures on art of e. Epidemics. Cleghorn, G. Epidemical diseases in
Conrad, D. W. Memoranda of the pestilence
in Portsmouth and Norfolk in 1855 30–912
German by W. Howitt, with an appendix of Hough, L. S. Science of man applied to e.
v. 1 of 18-977
Meningitis ; Plague; Yellow fever.
32–1941 Epigrams, ancient and modern ; preface by Rev. J.
33–635 Lessing, G. E. Fables and epigrams 23-138
Martial, M. V. Epigrammata 34-361, 459
Epilepsy. Althaus, J. Hysteria and ataxy 10-728
Radcliffe, C. B. Epileptic and other convulsive
Epinay, Mme de. Mémoires et correspondance.
vey of London, Westminster, Southwark, testant Episcopal church.
this great metropolis. L., 1766. 4 v. 274_371 Episodes of insect life. Miss L. M. Budgen 9–667
34–2452 Epitome of the history of philosophy ; being the
work adopted by the university of France;
trans. by C. S. Henry. N. Y., 1842. 2 v.
9-626 Equations. Boole, G. Treatise on differential e.
Equity. Adams, J. J. Doctrine of :
V. 68 of 2–55
34-3483 Calvert, s. Law respecting parties to suits in
v. 17 of 2-55
F. o.' Outlines of
34–4850 Hunter, S. J. View of proceedings in suit of
White & Tudor. Leading cases 2-319 and
v. 65, 71,2 of 2-55
281-20 Erasmus, D. Colloquia ; cum notis var. accurante
32-1366 Murray's select biography v. 2 of 30-1915
28b-919 Erckmann-Chatrian. (E. Erckmann et A. Chat-
L'ami Fritz. 2me ed. P., 1865
From 2d Lond. ed. Ph., 1860. 80 10-359
tem. Ph., 1867. go
10-624 Ericsson, John. 'Headley, P. C. Miner boy 30-1585