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Dh 10-6572 essay on style, construction, landscape gardenSlade, Wm., jr. Vermont state papers, records, docu

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Bh 6-Pam. 35 Slave irade. Burton, R. F. Mission to Dahome Smedley, Edward, et al. The occult sciences. L., 1855 Dg 9-6362

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Gb 10-9162 Slavery. Autographs for freedom. Edited by Julia - The potatoe plant; its uses and properties, with Griffiths

Bb 7-404 the cause of the present malady. N. Y., 1847 Bissell, W. H. Speech, 1850 Bh 6-Pam. 4

Ec 8-7720 Channing, W. E. Slavery Bb 7-418 Smellie, Wm. Memoir of Nat. lib.

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Bb 7-399 The philosophy of natural history, with introduc- Follen, C. T. C. Address on

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DE 10-6149 – Harper, Chancellor, and others. Pro-slavery Smiles, Samuel. Brief biographies. B., 1861 Bb -408

Dd 2-5430 Helper, H. R. Impending crisis Bb 7-403

Contents.-James Watt; Robert Stephenson; - Helps, A. Friends in council. v. 2 He 12-12067

Dr. Thomas Arnold; Hugh Miller; Richard - Hildretli, R. Despotism in America Bb 7-415

Cobden; E. Bulwer Lytton; Francis Jeffrey : May, S. J. Anti-slavery conflict Bb 7-413

Ebenezer Elliott; George Barrow; John James

Audubon; W'm. Macgillivray: Lord John RusMayer, B. Capt. Canot

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thorne: Thomas Carlyle; John Sterling; Leigh Journey in the seaboard slave states Di 6-5995 Hunt; Hartley Coleridge; Dr. Kitto; E. A. Poe;

Theodore Hook; Dr. Andrew Combe; Robert – Paulding, J. K. Slavery in the United States

Browning; Edwin Chadwick; Robert Nicoll;
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Samuel Bambard ; John Clare: Gerald Massey; – Phelps, Mr., of Vermont. Speech on, 1850

E. B. Browniny; Frances Brown; Sarah M.
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Fuller; Sarah Martin; Harriet Martineau ;

Mrs. Chisholın – Phillips, W. Speeches

Bb 7-102 - Pollard, E. A. Black diamonds Bb 7-3147 - Industrial biography; iron workers and toolSeabury, S. American slavery justified Bb 7-407 makers. B., 1864

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Contents.- Iron and civilization; Beginning - Stringfellow, T. Scriptural view in favor of

of the iron manufacture in Britain: Iron smeltBb 7-416

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ton; Coalbrookdale iron-works,-the Darbys – Tucker, St. George. Dissertation on Bb 7-417

and Reynoldses; Invention of cast-steel,- Ben- Van Evrie, J. H. Negroes and negro slavery

jamin Huntsman; Inventions of Henry Cort; Bb 7-410

Scotch iron manufacture,- Dr. Roebuck; David
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Mushet; Invention of the hot blast.-James
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inventors; Joseph Bramah; Henry Maudelay; Slavic language. Robinson, T. A. L. v. J. Historical Joseph Clement; Fox of Derby: -Murray of view

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Leeds.--Roberts and Whitworth of Manchester; Sleeman, W. H. Rambles and recollections of an

James Nasmyth; Wm. Fairbairn. Indian official. L., 1844. 2 v. 8° Dh 5–6168 Life of George Stephenson, railway engineer. L., Sleep. Hall, W. W. Hygiene of the night


Dc )-5213 Ga 5-15505 — Lite of George Stephenson and of his son Robert Hammond, w. A. Sleep and its derangements Stephenson; comprising a history of the in

Ga 5-8779 vention and introduction of the railway loco- Macnish, R. The philosophy of Ga 2–8688

motive. N. Y., 1868. 8.

Dd 3-5481 Sleeper, M. G. Fonthill recreations. The Mediter- - Lives of Boulton and Watt; comprising, also, a

ranean islands; sketches and stories of their history of the invention of the steam engine. scenery, customs, history, painters, etc. B.,

Ph., 1865. 8°

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Di 4-13837 Smiles and frowns. s. A. Wentzi Fa 11-14741 Sleigh, J. W. Pine forests and Hackmatack clearings; Smiley, Thomas T. New federal calculator ; or,

or, travel, life, and adventure in the British scholar's assistant, containing the most concise North American provinces. L., 1853 8°

rules for performing the operations in common Df 8-5791 arithmetic. Ph., 1861

Eb 10-16104 Sleight of hand. Craig, A. R. Modern palmistry Smith, Adam. An inquiry into the nature and causes

Ci 9-4384 of the wealth of nations. L., 1870 Ba 3-11844 Sloan, Sir Hans. Memoir of. Nat. Lib. Dk 6-6957 Smith, Albert. Cricket on the hearth. F's S. D. Sloan, Samuel. The architectural review and Ameri

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Bh 5-Pam. 67 - City poems. B., 1857

Hf 4-12266 Speech in the capitol, March 11, 1850 Bh 6–Pam. 6 Contents.--Horton; Glasgow; Squire Mau

Smith, Rev. G., D. D. Narrative of an exploratory rice; The night before the wedding, or ten years

visit to each of the consular cities of China, after; A boy's dream ; The change.

and to the islands of Hong Kong and Chusan. – Dreamthorp; a book of essays written in the N Y., 1847

Dh 2-15556 country. L., 1863

He 5–14139 Smith, Goldwin. Lectures on the study of history. Contents.-Dreamthorp; On the writing of es

Ox., 1859–61. N. Y., 1866 Ca 3-10712 says; On death and the fear of dying; Wm.

Three English statesmen; a course of lectures on Dunbar; A lark's flight; Christmas; Men of létters; On the importance of a man to him

the political history of England. (Pym, Cromself; A shelf in my bookcase; Geoffrey Chau

well, and Pitt.) N Y., 1867 CF 8-5271 cer; Books and gardens; On vagabonds.

Smith, Horace. Zillah ; a tale of the holy city Edwin of Deira. B., 1861 Hf 5-12371

Ff 15-15449 Miss Oona McQuarrie

Ff 12-12171 – and James. Rejected addresses ; or the new the Poems. B., 1853

atrum poetarum. B., 1848

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Same. Edited by E. Sargent. N. Y., 1866
Lady Barbara ; To ; Sonnets.

Hf 10-13709 Summer in Skye. L., 1866

Di 5-6671 Smith, James Dictionary of arts, sciences, and manStewart, D. Life and writings Hc 8-11791

ufactures. B., 1854. 2 v. 80 Ad 8-13166 Smith, Augustus W. An elementary treatise on me- Smith, Jerome V. C. (Editor.) Scientific tracts and

chanics ; embracing the theory of statics and family lyceum. B., 1834–5. 4 v. Ea +-7188

dynamics. N. Y., 1865. 8° Gb 8-9090 Smith, John. "Fruits and farinacea, the proper fond Smith, Barnard. Arithmetic and algebra in their

for man. N. Y., 1868

Ga 5–8718 principles and application. Cam., 1860 Smith, John. History of Virginia, New England,

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and the summer isles. 1584-1624. PinkerSmith, Charles. American war from 1775 to 1783, ton's voyages. 13

Df 1-5833 with plans. N. Y., 1797

Cb 7-2691 True travels, adventures and observations in EuSmith, Charles H. Introduction to the mammalia. rope, Asia, Africa and America. 1593 to 1029. Nat. Lib.

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Cb 10-2793 Natural history of dogs. `Nat. Lib. Dk 6–6961 Belknap, J. Historical account of Db 3-4894 Natural history of horses. Nat. Lib. Dk 6-6964 Hillard, G. S. Life of. S. A. B. v.2 Da 84713 - The natural history of the human species: its Smith, Joseph, D. D. Old redstone; or bistorical

typical forms, primeval distributions, filiations, sketches of Western Presbyterianism, its early
and migrations; with preliminary abstract by ministers, its perilous times, and its first re-
S. Kneeland. B., 1851. 80

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Ed 10-1974 Smith, Charles H. J. Parks and pleasure grounds; Smith, Sir J. E. Life of John Ray. (From Rees's

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A selection of the correspondence of Linnaeus Smith, c. M. Curiosities of London life; or, phases, and other naturalists. L., 1821. 2 v. 8o physiological and social, of the great metropo

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Ce 3-3243 Smith, J. H. Gilead; or, the visions of All-souls Smith, David. Dyer and color inaker's companion hospital

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Authentic narrative of the Dyer's instructor; comprising practical instruc- causes which led to the death of Major André. tions in the art of dyeing silk, cotton, wool, L., 1808. 8°

Dc 1-0 etc. Ph., 1853

Gb 6–9077 Smith, J. Jay, and John F. Watson. "American bisSmith, E. Botany, structural and systematic. Orr's

torical and literary curiosities; consisting of Circ. of the Sci.

Ea 4-7167 fac-similes of original documents relating to Smith, Edmund. Works. British poets Hf 1-12291 the events of the Revolution. Ph., 1817. 48 Smith, Mrs. E. O. Sanctity of marriage

Ae 2–13003 Bh 6-Pam. 12 Smith, Julia P. Chris and Otho, n. Y., 1870 Smith, Edmo`d Reuel. The Araucanians; or, notes

Ff 12-16096 of a tour among the Indian tribes of southern Widow Goldsmith's daughter

Ff 12-14166 Chili. N. Y., 1855. 8°

Ch 6–4104 Smith, J. T. Discovery of America by the northmen Smith, Mrs. E. V.' History of Newburyport, from

in the tenth century, comprising translations the earliest settlement of the country to the of all the most important original narratives of present time; with a biographical appendix. this event, to which is added an examination Newburyport, 1854. 8°

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of the comparative merits of the northmen and Smith, George. Ilistory of Delaware county, Penn- Columbus. L., 1842

Cb 2-2527 'sylvania, with a notice of the geology of the Smith, J. V. C. Natural history of fishes of Massacounty. Ph., 1862. 8°

Ce 11-3089 chusetts, embracing a practical essay on ang Smith, George F. A. S. The gentile nations; or, ling. B., 1833

Dk 10-7059 the history and religion of the Egyptians, As- Pilgrimage to Egypt, embracing a diary of exsyrians, Babylonians, Medes, Persians, Greeks, plorations on the Nile, with observations on and Romans, forming a complete connection the mariners, customs, and institutions of of sacred and profane history. N. Y., 1854. 8° the people, and of the present condition of the

Ca 4-6447 antiquities and ruins. B., 1852 Dg 11-6314 – The harmony of the divine dispensations; a series Smith, Margaret. Whittier, J. G. Leaves from jourof discourses. N. Y., 1856

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Cc 7-2983 - The Hebrew people ; or, the history and religion Smith, Matthew H. Mount Calvary, with medita

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of mankind, from the creation to the death of near Washington, Ark., 1810–59. S. C. to K. Isaac; deduced from the writings of Moses Vol. 12, Art. 5

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suited for the dwellings of the laboring classes. original designs for rural and ornamental cot-
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dix. By E. G. Squier. III. Art. 1. Observations Smith, Roswell C. Practical and mental arithmetic

on terrestrial magnetism. By J. Locke. Art. 2. Reon a new plan. Ph., 1806 Eb 10-16103

searches ou electrical rheometry. By A. Secchi.

Art. 3. Contributions to the natural history of Smith, Sydney. Works. A new edition ; articles the fresh water fishes of North America. By

originally published in the Edinburgh review ; Charles Girard. Art. 4. Nereis Boreali-Amerispeeches, letters, sermons, etc. L., 1869

cana, or contributions to a history of the marine

algae of North America. Part 1. MelanosperHd 5-11525

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Ara Gray. Art. 6. The law of deposit of the flood N. Y., 1850. 80

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by the members of the Dakota mission. Edited Wharton, G., and P. Wits and beaux of society

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defcription of plants collected by J. C. Fre

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Observations on the Batis Maritima of LinSmith, Thomas, and J. 0. choules. Origin and his

maeus. By John Torrey. Art. 4. On the Dar

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Synopsis of the marine invertebrata of Grand Smith, W., F. L. S. A synopsis of the British diato

Manan, or the region round the bay of Fundy,

New Brunswick. By Wm. Stimpson. Art. 6. maceae; with remarks on their structure, On the winds of the northern hemisphere. By functions, and distribution, and instructions for

James II, Coffin. Art. 7. The ancient fauna collecting and preserving specimens. Plates by

of Nebraska, or a description of remains of ex

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VII. Art. 1. Introduction. Art. 2. Account of of New York, from its discovery to the ap

a tornado near New Harmony, Ind., April, 30, pointment of governor Colden, in 1762. Collec

1552, with a map of the track. By John Chap

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extinct sloth tribe of North America. By JoSmith, Wm., LL. D. A dictionary of the bible, com- seph Leidy. VIII, Art. 1. Introduction. Art. 2.

Archaeology of the United States, or sketches prising its antiquities, biography, geography, historical and bibliographical, of the progress and natural history. B., 1863. 3 v. 8°

of information and opinion respecting vestiges Ad 1-13191

of antiquity in the United States. By Samuel F.

Haven. A dictionary of Greek and Roman antiquities.

Art, 3. On the recent secular period of

the aurora borealis. By Denison Olmstead. Art. Third American edition, revised by C. Anthon.

4. The tangencies of circles and of spheres. By V. Y., 1850. 8o.

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Benjamin Alvord. Art. 5. Researches, chemical Smith, Wm. Thorndale; or, the conflict of opinions

and physiological concerning certain North

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1. Introduction. Art. 2. On the relative intensity Smith, W. h. Drinkard. F's s.p. v. 11 '

of the heat and light of the sun upon different IIb 9-10957

latitudes of the earth. By L. W. Meech._Art. 3. Smith, W. L. G. Life ind times of Lewis Cass. N.

Illustrations of surface geology. By Edward

Hitchcock. Part 1. On surface geology, espeY., 1856. 8°

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cially that of Connecticut valley. Part II. On - Observations on China and the Chinese. N. Y.,

the erosions of the earth's surface, especially of

rivers, Part 1. Traces of ancient glaciers in 1863

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Massachusetts and Vermont, Art. 4. ObservaSmithson, James. "Johnson,

' w. R. Memoir on the tions on Mexican history and archaeology, with scientific character of

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a special notice of Zapotec remains as delineat.

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monia cabalt bases. By Wolcott Gibbs and

Frederick Aug. Genth. X. Art. 1. Introduction. Contents.-Vol. I. Ancient monuments of the

Art. 2. Nereis Boreali-Americana, or contribuMississippi valley, comprising the results of ex.

tions to a history of the marine algae of North tensive original surveys and explorations. By

America. Part Ill. Chlorospermeae. By W. H. E. G. Squier and E. II. Davis. II. Researches

Harvey. Art. 3. Magnetic observations in the relative to the planet Neptune. By S. C. Walker,

arctic reas, by Elisha Kent Kane, made during Art. 2. On the vocal sounds of Laura Bridgeman,

the second Grinnell expedition in rearch of Sir the blind deaf mute at Boston, compared with the

John Franklin, in 1853–5, at Van Rensselaer har elements of phonetic language. By Dr. F. Lieber.

bor, and other points on the west coast of Art. 3. Microscopical examination of soundings

Greenland. Reduced and discussed by C. A. made by the United States coast survey, off the

Schott. Art. 4. A yrammar and dictionary of the Atlantic coast of the United States. By J. W.

Yoruba language, with an introductory descripBailey. Art. 4. Contribntions to the physical ge

tion of the country and people of Yoruba. By ouraphy of the United States. By Charles Ellet.

T. J. Bowen. XI. Art. 1. Introduction. Art. 2. Art. 5. Mosasaurus and the three allied new gene

North American oölogy. By Thomas M. Brew. ra, Holcodus, Conosaurus, and Amphorostens.

Part 1. Raptores and Fissirostres, Art, 3. By R. W. Gibbes. Art. 6. The classification of in

An account of the total eclipse of the sun, Sept., sects from embryological data. By Louis Agassiz.

7, 1858, as observed near Olmos, Peru. By J. M. Art. 7. On the explosiveness of nitre, with a view

Gilliss. Art. 4. Discussion of the magnetic and to elucidate its agency in the tremendous explo

meteorological observations made at the Girard sion of July, 1845, in New York. By R. Hare. Art.

college observatory, Philadelphia, 1810-5. Part 8. Microscopical observations made in South

1. Investigation of the eleven year period in the Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. By J. W. Bailey.

amplitude of the solar-diurnal variation, and of Art. 9. Aboriginal monuments of the state of

the disturbances of the magnetic declination. New York, comprising the results of original sur

By A. Bache. Art. 5. Meteorological observations

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Smithsonian contributions, continued.

in the arctic seas. By Elisha Kent Kane, made during the second Grinnell expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, in 185:3-5, at Van Renssela. er harbor, and other points on the west coast of Greenland. Reduced and discussed by C. A. Schott. Art. 6. The coleoptera of Kansas and Eastern New Mexico. By John L. Le Conte. Art. 7. Observations on terrestrial magnetism in Mexico, conducted under the direction of Baron von Müller; with notes and illustrations of the volcano Popocatepetl and its vicinity. By August Sonntag. Art. 8. On certain storms in Europe and America, in 1836.

By Elias Loomis. XII. Art. 1. Introduction. Art. 2. Astronomical observations in the arctic seas, made during the second Grinnell expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, in 1853-5 at Van Rensselaer harbor and other points in the vicini. ty of the north-west coast of Greenland. Reduced and discussed by C. A. Schott. Art. 3. On fiuctuations of level in the North American lakes. By Charles Whittlesey. Art. 4. Meteorological obrervations made at Providence. Extending from Dec., 1831, to May, 1860. By Alexis Caswell. Art. 5. Meteorological observations made near Washington, Arkansas, from 1840 to '59 inclusive. By Nathan D. Smith. Art. 6. Researches upon the venom of the rattlesnake; with an investigation of the anatomy and physi. ology of the organs concerned. By S. Weir Mitchell. XIII. Art. 1. Introduction. Art. 2. Tidal observations in the arctic reas, by Elisha Kent Kane, made during the second Grinnell expedi. tion in search of Sir John Franklin, in 1853-5. Reduced and discussed by C. A. Schott. Art. 3. Meteorological observations in the arctic seas. By Sir Leopold McClintock, made on board the arctic searching yacht “ Fox" in Baffin Bay and Prince Regent Inlet, in 1857-9. Reduced and discussed by C. A. Schott. Art. 4. Ancient mining on the shores of lake Superior. By C. Whittlesey. Art. 5. Discussion of the magnetic and meteorological observations made at the Girard cullege observatory, Philadelphia, 1810-5. Part 1. Investigation of the solar-diurnal variation of the magnetic declination and its annual inequality. By A. D. Bache. Art. 6. Same. Part in. 'Investigation of the lunar effects on the magnetic declination. By A. D. Bache. Art. 7. Same. Parte IV., V., and vi. Horizontal force. Investigation of the ten or eleven year pe. riod and of the disturbances of the horizontal component of the magnetic force; Investigation of the solar diurnal variation and of the annual inequality of the horizontal force; and of the lunar effect of the same. Bache. Art. 8. Records and results of a magnetic survey of Pennsylvania and parts of adjacent states in 1810-11, with some additional records and results of 1831-35, 1813 and 1862, and a map. Bache. Art. 9. Researches upon the anatomy and physiology of respiration in the chelonia. By S. Weir Miichell. XIV. Art. 1. Introduction. Art. 2. Dis. cussion of the magnetic and meteorological obNervations made at the Girard college obs., in 1810-15. Parts vil., VIII., and ix. Vertical force. Investigation of the 11 (or 10) year period, and of the disturbances of the vertical component of the magnetic force, and appendix on the mag. netic etfect of the anrora borealis; with an investigation of the solar-diurnal variation, and of the annual inequality of the vertical force; and of the lunar effect of the vertical force, the inclination and total force. Bache. Art. 3, Parts X., XI. and xii. Dip and total force. nalysis of the disturbances of the dip anii total force, discussion of the solar-diurnal variation and annual inequality of the dip and total force; and discussion of the absolute dip, with the final values for declination, dip, and force between 1811 and 1815. A. D. Bache. Art. 1. On the construction of a silvered glass telescope, 15'4 inches in aperture, and its use in celestial photography. By Henry Draper. Art. 5. Palaeontology of the np. per Missouri. A report upon collections made

principally by the expeditions under command el of G. k. Warren in 1857-6. Inverthrates. By

F. B. Meek and F. V. Kayden. Part 1., Art. 6.
Cretaeous reptiles of the United States. By
Joseph Leidy. XV. Art. 1. Introduction.
Art. 2. An investigation of the orbit of Nep-
tune, with general tables of its motion. Ву
Simon Newcomb. Art. 3. On the fresh water
glacial drift of the north-western States. By C.
Whittlesey. Art. 4. Geological researches in
China, Mongolia, and Japau, during the years
1812 to 1365. By Raphael Pumpelly. Art. 5.
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Greenland, the vicinity of Smith strait and the
west side of Kennedy channel, during 1860-61.
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Art. 2. Gray substance of the medulla oblonga-

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ta and trapezium. By John Dean. Art. 3. Me.
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the year 1880 By W. G. Binney. Part 1, American authors. Art. 2. Catalogue of the publications of the Smithsonian institution, June, 1862. Art. 3. List of foreign correspondents of the Smithsonian institution, 1862 VI. Art 1. Monographs of the diptera of North America. By II. Loew. Part 1. Edited with additions, by R. Ostenjacken. Art. 2. Same. Part 11., Art. 3. List of the coleoptera of North America. Bv John L. Leconte. “Part 1. March, 1863 - April, 1864). Art. 4. New species of North American coleoptera. By John L. Leconte. VII. Monograph of the bats of North America, By H. Allen. Art. 2. Land and fresh water shells of North America. Part 11. Pulmonata limnophila and thalassopbila. By W. G. Binney. Art. 3. Same. Part 11. Ampullariidae, valvatidae, viviparidae ; Fresh water Rirroidae; Cyclophoridae. Truncatellidae, Fresh water Neritidae, Helicinidae. Art. 1. Researches upon the Hydrobiinae and allied form., By Win. Stiinpson. Art. 5. Monograph of Ameri. can Corbiculadae (recent and fossil). By Temple,

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