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England. General history-continued.
History of E. [S. P. C. K.) to 1851

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
From before conquest to revolution of
1688.
Dickens, C. Child's history of E. 270-330
Granger, J. Biographical history of E.

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
From before conquest to various dates in

Plantagenet and Tudor periods.
- Andrews, J. P. Hist. of Great Britain con-
nected with chronology of Europe [to death
of Henry VIII)

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

Norman period.

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-
Saxon kings

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] ·

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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

274_84,5
Eastern England

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

276_136

ereigns. Churton, E. Rail-road book of E.

276–512 England's conversion and reformation compared ; Clarke, B. British gazetteer

25-122

or, the young gentleman directed in the choice Cooper, J. F. Gleanings in E.

276_1

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.

276-660

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

276_772
ppl.

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

270-344

Dongola and Sennaar, under the command of Visits to remarkable places

276_7,8

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

276_1206

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

271-271
“Sporting scenes. L., 1843

33-52 Relation, by a Venetian. ` [1500.] 'Camden soc. English cyclopædia. New dictionary of universal pub. v. 37

27a_195

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 :

22-373

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English eccentrics and eccentricities. J. Timbs English language-continued.

274_1152

See Americanisms; Anglo-Saxon; Slang ;
English in America. T. C. Haliburton 264-627 Synonymes; and names of dialects.
English forests and forest trees, historical, legend- Etymology, spelling and pronunciation.
ary, and descriptive. L., 1853. 8o 276–747 Barnes, W. Roots and stems

22-30
English-French dictionary. Designed as a second Charnock, R. S. Words derived from proper
part to the Boston edition of Boyer's French

22-56
dictionary, with Tardy's pronunciation. B. D'Orsey, A. J. D. Spelling by dictation 22-76
80.

22-47 Elphinston, J. English speech and spelling
English gentleman, his principles, his feelings, his

22-395
manners, his pursuits. L., 1849 33-739 Green, R. W. Scholar's companion 22-102
English governess. R. McCrindell

18-1970 Haldeman, S. S. Affixes to English words
English harmony of the four evangelists after the

22-108
manner of the Greek of W. Newcome. L., Hoare, E. N. English roots

22-130
1827. 80

32-1928

English words from Latin roots 22-131
English hearts and English hands. Mrs. c. Weight-

Lenoir, V. P. Emblematical spelling-book
32-1805

22–151
English heiress, passages in the life of :

18–2447 Lowe, E. C. English primer 33-1367
English heraldry. C. Boutell

274-98 Moore, Mrs. M. B. Dixie speller 26a-2004
English humorists of the 18th century. W. M. Nares, R. Rules for pronunciation 22-179
Thackeray

22–1235,6 Oswald, J. Etymological dictionary 22-189
English language and literature. Dictionaries.

Rowbotham, J. Derivative spelling- book 22–217
- (1) General. Asli, J. New and complete Smith, Archdeacon. Common words with cu-
dictionary

22-14
rious derivations

22-228
Bailey, N. ' Universal etymological diction- Smith, w. W. Complete etymology of the

22-21
English language

22-231
Barclay, j. Complete and universal dic- Soule and Wheeler. Manual of English pro-
tionary

22-26
nunciation and spelling

22-230
Bungay edition

22-397 Swinton, W. Rambles among words 22-243
Clarke, H. New and comprehensive dic- Tafel, R. L. Orthography and pronunciation
tionary
22-59

22-245
Coles, E. English dictionary

22-62 Trench, R. c. English past and present 22-491
Johnson, S. Dictionary of the E. 1. 22–138

The study of words

22-260
Laibam, R. G. Dictionary of the E. 1. 22-392 Virginia primer

26a_2020
Ogilvie, J. Student's English dictionary Virginia speller and reader

264-2021
22–186 Wedgwood, H. Dictionary of English etymol.
Palmetto dictionary

22-187
ogy

22–284,378
Perry, W. Synonymous, etymological, and Wheatley, H. B. Notes on some English heter-
pronouncing English dictionary. 22-372

ographers. Philol. soc. trans., 1865 22-488
Richardson, C. New dictionary of the E. 1. See Names; Orthography; Phonetics; Phonog.

22-383,4 raphy ; Pronunciation; Speech ; Writing.
Sheridan, T. Dictionary of the E. 1. 22–225 Grammar, and general and miscellane-
Smart, B. H. Walker's pronouncing dic- ous philology
tionary

22–273 Adams, E. Elements of the English language
Walker, J. Critical pronouncing dictionary

22-1
22-277 Alford, H. The queen's English 22-400
Webster, N. American d. of the English Angus, J. Handbook of the English tongue
language
22-380 to 382

22-405
Worcester, J. E. Dictionary of the E. 1. Arnold, T. K. E. grammar for classical schools
22-377

22-12
(2) Restricted in subject, or peculiar in Asher, D.' Study of the English language 22-15
purpose or arrangement.

Badois, C. Grammaire anglaise 34-5024
Booth, D. Analytical dictionary 22-396 Brown, G. Grammar of English grammars
Coleridge, H. Glossarial index to printed

22-52
E. literature of 13th century

22-64

Institutes of English grammar 22-51
Eastwood and Wright. "Bible word-book Cole, D. Principles of E. grammar 22-60
22-79 Comic English grammar

18-3701
Hall, B. H. ' Collection of college words and Crabb, G. Englische grammatik. 34-2395

22-111 Crane, G. Principles of language exemplified
Halliwell
, J. o. ' Dictionary of Archaic and

in a practical English grammar

22-68
provincial words .

22-114 Dalglish, W. S. Key to grammatical analysis
Jervis, S. Dictionary of the language of

22-69
Shakespeare

22-374 Darnell, T. Parsing simplified 22-316
Nares, R. Glossary illustrative of English

De Vere, M. S. Studies in English 22-418
authors

22-180 Elphinston, J. Principles of the E. language
Roget, P. M. Thesaurus of English words

22-324
and phrases

22-214 Fowler, w.c. ' English language in its elements
-- Shelton, E. Dictionary of every-day difti. and forms

22-91
culties

Gibbs, J. W. Philological studies 22-448
Stratmann, F. H. Dictionary of old E. Gould, E. S. Good English.

22-449
22-242 Green, M. English grammar

22-101
Trench, R. C. Select glossary 22-261 Green, S. S. Structure of the English language
Wheatley, H. B. Dictionary of reduplicated

22-103
words. Philol. soc. trans., 1865 22–488 Harrison, M. Rise, progress, and present struc-
Chronological notices of dictionaries ture of the E. language

22-450
22-488 Head, Sir E. W. "Shall" and "will" 22-128
Williams, j. The readable dictionary Jewell, F. S. Grammatical diagrams 22-136

22-279 Kenrick, W. Rhetorical grammar 22-143
Wrighi, T.' D.' of obsolete and provincial Latham, R. G. Handbook of the E. I. 22-148
English
22-292 Marslı, G. P. Lectures on E. 1.

22-471

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English language. March, F. A. Method of philo- English language. History, etc.-continued.
logical study of E. 1.

22-470
Brydges, Sir E. Restituta

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.

literature

22-1001 ogy

22-385

Disraeli, I. Amenities of literature 22-1018 Study of language

22-210

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.

22-210

Mitford, M. R. Recollections of a literary Vickers, J. New course of grammar 22-272

life

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.

22-501
tions

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

23-710

icism; Humor; Literature; Literary and Early English text society

22-1043

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 :

22-1212

the nineteenth century, considered in reference English retraced

22-81

to our position as a community of professing Fenn, J. Paston letters

274_391

Christians. By the author of "Reverses." Gower, J. Confessio amantis 23-532

L., 1847

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

280-210

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

Nicolson

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.

22–1238
Moens .

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

22-1292
1867,8. 89

17-31
Wycliffe, J. Holy bible
32-2041 English woman's journal. v. 3–13. L.; 1860-4.

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

22-921

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. :

5-610

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Engraving. Landseer, J. Lectures on art of e. Epidemics. Cleghorn, G. Epidemical diseases in

5-420
Minorca

10-25
See Pictures ; Prints.

Conrad, D. W. Memoranda of the pestilence
Engravings of the arteries. C. Bell

10–785

in Portsmouth and Norfolk in 1855 30–912
Eniginas. Capel, C. E. Victorian e. 20-161 Diary of a Samaritan

10-745
Ennemoser, J. History of magic, trans. from the Hecker, J. F. C. E. of middle ages 10-228

German by W. Howitt, with an appendix of Hough, L. S. Science of man applied to e.
the most remarkable and best authenticated

10-519
stories of apparitions, dreams, somnambulism, Howe, A. H. Physical cause of 10–599
predictions, divination, witchcraft, table-turn- Knapp, M. L. Origin and laws of 10-539
ing, and spirit-rapping, selected by M. Howitt. Report of sanitary commission of New Orleans
L., 1854. 2 v.

11-241
on yellow fever of 1853

10–719
Ennis, J. The origin of the stars; and the causes of Webster, N. History of e. and pestilential dis-
their motions and their light. N. Y., 1867

10-116
12–81 - See Black death; Cholera ; Diseases; Fever;
Ennui. M. Edgeworth

v. 1 of 18-977

Meningitis ; Plague; Yellow fever.
Enoch, the book of. Trans. by R. Lawrence. 3d Epigrammata sacra. R. Crashaw

23-528
ed. Oxf., 1838. 8°

32–1941 Epigrams, ancient and modern ; preface by Rev. J.
Enoch Arden, and other poems. A. Tennyson 23–734 Booth. L., 1863 .

23-677
Enos. (Pseud.] See Stone, C. P.

Collection of

23-927
Enquirer, the. W. Godwin'

33–635 Lessing, G. E. Fables and epigrams 23-138
See Inquirer.

Martial, M. V. Epigrammata 34-361, 459
Ense. See Varnhagen von Ense.

Epilepsy. Althaus, J. Hysteria and ataxy 10-728
Enslin Theod. C. F. Bibliotheca medico-chirur- Kassmaul & Tenner. Epileptiform convulsions
gica et pharmaceutico-chemica, 1750 ad 1837.

10-695
n. ed. von Engelmann. Leip., 1838. 8° 21-42

Radcliffe, C. B. Epileptic and other convulsive
Entail, the. J. Galt

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