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Group Title: Bulletin of the Public Library of the City of Boston (1867)
Title: Bulletin of the Public Library of the City of Boston
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 1867)-
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Table of Contents
        Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page 93
    Information for readers
        Page 94
    Synopsis of the classification
        Page 95
        Page 96
    Bates hall list
        Page 97
        Page 98
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    Lower hall list
        Page 129
        Page 130
    Author index
        Page 131
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        Page 134
        Page 135
    Subject index
        Page 136
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    Books in foreign languages
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    Bibliography
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BULLETIN

SHOWING


TITLES OF


BOOKS


ADDED TO THE


BOSTON


PUBLIC LIBRARY


WITH


BIBLIOGRAPHICAL


NOTES,


ISSUED QUARTERLY


Vol. X., No. 2.-Whole No. 85




JULY, 1891




BOSTON
PUBLISHED BY THE TRUSTEES
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INFORMATION FOR READERS.


Number of Volumes and Hours.
All departments are open every secular day ex-
cept the seven legal holidays, -February 22, Fast
Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanks-
giving and Christmas,--and such other days as
the Trustees may direct.
The Bates Hall is open from nine o'clock, A.M.,
until nine, r.M., and Sundays from two until nine,
P.M. The Lower Hall of the Central Library is
open from half-past eight o'clock, A.M., to nine
o'clock, P.i. ; during June, July, and August the
Lower Hall, Branches and Reading Room are closed
one hour earlier. The Central Reading Room for
Periodicals is open from nine o'clock, A.M., until
nine, P.r., and Sundays from two to nine.


Vols.
June 1,
fours. 1891.
Bates Hall . . . . ... .. 9 to 9 333,072
Newspaper Room . . . . . . ... 4,455
Duplicate Room . . . . . . . .... 17,544
Lower Hall . . . . ... 8.30 to 9 46,698
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Bulletins.
The titles of new Books are entered on the Bul-
letin Boards of each Library. In the Bates Hall
and Lower Hall the new books are displayed in
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tion to its own list of fresh acquisitions, are posted
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Bates Hall.
All Bulletins, except those out of print (see be-
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Hand-book for readers. Ninth edition. 1890.
(Also, Abridged edition of same.)


Supplement of 1866 (including Parker collection),
in sheets.
Prince Catalogue.
Ticknor Catalogue.
Barton Catalogue (complete).
Part 1 (Shakespeare collec-
tion).
Fac-simile of the Latin version of 1493 of the First
letter of Columbus on the discovery of America,
with a new translation.

Special Bibliographies.
No. 1. Franklin bibliography.
No. 2. List of Spanish Grammars.
No. 3. Index to American Local History.
No. 4. Maps in the Publications of the Royal
Geographical Society.
No. 5. Bibliography of Special Subjects.
On sale at G. E. Littlefield's, 67 Cornhill, Boston.

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English Prose Fiction and Books for the Young,
7th ed., 1885.
Arts and Sciences, 2d ed., 1871.
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Books in Foreign Languages, 3d ed., 1881.

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Poetry, drama, etc. (Lower Hall).
List of serial publications, 1873.

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Bates Hall Index, 1861.
English Prose Fiction, 1877. (Lower Hall.)
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History, Biography, and Travel. (Lower Hall.)
Bulletins, numbers 1-3, 19-22, 24, 28, 46, 54-56,
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SYNOPSIS OF THE CLASSIFICATION

FOR


BATES


AFRICA.

AGRICULTURE.
Forestry.

AMERICA.
(Not including United States.)

ANTHROPOLOGY AND
ETHNOLOGY.

ANTIQUITIES.
Inscriptions.

ASIA.

BIBLE.


BIBLIOGRAPHY
PRINTING.


AND


Book-binding and
Printing.


Catalogues and Li
ries.

BIOGRAPHY.
(Including Memoirs and
respondence.)
Collections.


HALL


COMMERCE.
Handwriting.

COSTUME.


LIST.


Pottery.
Sculpture.

FISH AND FISHING.


DOMESTIC ANIMALS. FOLK-LORE AND


DOMESTIC ECON-
OMY.

DRAMA.
Actors.
Dramas.
(Arranged by the languages in
which the plays are printed.)
Operas.
Religious Drama.

EDUCATION.


Educational
tions.


*bra- ELECTRICITY.

ENGINEERING.


Cor- EUROPE.


FICTION.


FOLK-TALES.

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HERALDRY.

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The geographical divisions of
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long. Smaller divisions, states,
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spective countries. The United
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HISTORY.

INDIANS
ICA.


OF AMER-


INDUSTRIAL AND
MECHANICAL
ARTS.


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Individual biographies.


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BOTANY.

CHEMISTRY AND
CHEMICAL TECH-
NOLOGY.

CLUBS, SOCIETIES.


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Architecture.
Artists.
Decoration.
Engravings.
Photography.
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LANGUAGE.
Dutch.
English.
French.
German.
Gothic.
Hieroglyphics.









Synopsis of Classification


Bates Hall


LANGUAGE, continued.
Indian.
Latin.
Oriental.
Romance.

LAW.
Cases.

LITERATURE.
American.
English.
French.
Gaelic.
German.
Greek.
Irish.
Italian.
Latin.
Lithuanian.
Spanish.
Swiss.

MATHEMATICS.

MEDICINE.
Hospitals.
Insanity and Nervous
Diseases.

MILITARY SCIENCE
AND HISTORY.

MISSIONS AND CHAR-
ITABLE INSTITU-
TIONS.

MUSIC.


NATURAL SCIENCE.

NAVAL ART.

NUMISMATICS.

OCEANICA.

PERIODICALS.
Indexes to Periodicals
and Books.

PHILOSOPHY.
Ethics.

PHYSICS.


PHYSIOLOGY A N D SPORTS AND SPORT-
BIOLOGY. ING.


POETRY.
Collections.
Religious Poetry.
American and English.
French.
German.
Italian.


POLITICAL
OMY.


ECON-


POLITICAL SCIENCE.

QUOTATIONS.

RAILROADS.


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tion.
Colonial.
Revolution.
Civil War.
Political, etc.
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that State.

VOYAGES AND TRAV-
ELS.


WIT AND HUMOR.
RELIGION.
Ceremonial, Devo- WOMEN.
tional, Doctrinal.
Christ, Christianity. ZOOLOGY.
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Churches and Sects.
Ecclesiastical History.
Non-Christian re-
ligions.
Religious Institutions.


SANITARY SCIENCE.
Health Resorts.

SERMONS.

SHAKESPEARE.

SOCIAL SCIENCE.
Prisons and Crime.













CLASSIFIED LIST OF THE BOOKS


PLACED IN THE LIBRARY


FROM MARCH, 1891 TO MAY, 1891.


ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.


WITH AUTHOR AND SUBJECT INDEXES.



ABBREVIATIONS, ETC.
Shelf-numbers 2110 and upwards indicate books in Bates [ ] Enclose corrections or explanations.
Hall. Stands for the preceding heading.
Shelf-numbers below 2110 indicate books in the Lower Stands for a subordinate heading.
Hall. Permission of a Trustee, the Librarian, or officer
N.R., Newspaper Room. in charge of Bates Hall, required to take the
R.R., Reading Room. book out. Not attached to Lower Hall copies.
C.R., Catalogue Room. * Book cannot leave the Library.
n.d., No date of publication given. ** The written permission of a Trustee required to
n.p., No place of publication given, take the book out.


Corrections of errors and information concerning the authorship of books will be welcome.




BATES HALL.


Africa.
Antes, J. Observations on the manners and
customs of the Egyptians. London, 1800. 80.
*5051.24
Audouard, Fl6icit6 O. Les mystbres de l'tgypte
d6voilds. Paris, 1865. 160. 3497.85
Burton, Sir R. F. The Nile basin. London,
1864. Sm. 80. *3054.130
Clarke, J. Specimens of dialects: and notes of
countries & customs. Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1848.
8. 3035.x05
Fotheringham, L. M. Adventures in Nyassaland.
London, 1891. Illus. Sm. 8. 3054.129
Hoskins, G. A. Travels in Ethiopia, above the
second cataract of the Nile. London, 1835. Illus.
40. 305o.124
Junker, W. J. Reisen in Afrika 1875-1886. [B.
1, 2.] Wien, 1889, 90. Illus. 80. 3054.133
Mariette, A. R., called Mariette-Bey. Monu-
ments divers recueillis en egypte et en Nubie.
Texte par G. Maspero. Paris, 1889. 107 ]'ates.
L. fo. *,*Cab.K.x6.4
- Outlines of ancient Egyptian history. London,
1890. Sq. 160. 3059. 46
Matham, A. Voyage au Maroc. (1640-1641.)
La Haye, 1866. 80. *3050a.Io2
Moir, Jane F. A lady's letters from Central Africa.
Glasgow, 1891. Illus. Sm. 80. 3059.147
Morell, J. R. Algeria. London, 1854. Illus.
80. *3054. 32


MusBe 6gyptien, Le. Recueil de monuments
choisis et de notices sur les fouilles en ]gypte. T.
1, livr. 1, fasc. 1. Le Caire, 1890. Plates. L. 80.
***3050.75
Naville, H. E. Bubastis. (1887-1889.) London,
1891. Plates. [Egypt exploration fund.] 40.
*3050o.26
Parks, L. The undiscovered country. Washing-
ton, 1891. 80. 7532.5
On the colonization of Liberia.
S'-''itzer, E., called Emin Pasha. Eine Samm-
lung von Reisebriefen und Berichten Dr. Emin-
Pascha's aus den ehemals igyptischen Aequatorial-
provinzen und deren Grenzlhndern. Leipzig, 1888.
80. 3054.131
Ward, H. My life with Stanley's rear guard.
N. Y., 1891. 120. 3054.128

Agriculture.
See also Domestic animals.
Agricultural and mechanical college of Texas.
Agricultural experiment station. Annual report,
lst-3d. Austin, 1889-91. 80. *7995.38
-- Bulletin 1, 2, 5-13. Austin, 1888-90. 80.
*7995.39
Agricultural college of Utah. Annual report,
1st. [Logan, 1891.] 80. *7996.45
Boussingault, J. B. J. D. Agronomie, chimie
agricole et physiologie. 3e 6d. T. 8 [et dernier].
Paris, 1891. 80. 5974.12
Cameron, J. D. A sketch of the tobacco interests
in North Carolina. Oxford, N. C., 1881. 80. 7999.61











Agriculture Anthropology

Canada. Department of agriculture. Alberta,
N.-W. T. Report of six years' experience of a
farmer in the Red Deer district, by L. Gaetz.
Ottawa, 1890. 80. 7996.44
- Experimental farms. Reports of the director,
W. Saunders [and others], for 1889. Also, Bulle-
tin no. 6, on barley. Ottawa, 1890. 8. *7992.61
- An official handbook of information.
[Ottawa.] 1891. Illus. 8. 4313.133
- Central experimental farm. Bulletin, 2, 5-7.
[Ottawa, 1887-90.] 8. *7996.42
-- Dairy bulletin, 1, 3, 4. [Ottawa, 1890.]
8. *7996.40
Cornell university. College of agriculture.
Agricultural experiment station. Annual report,
2d, 3d. Ithaca, 1890, 91. 80. *7995.13
- -- Bulletin, 1-4, 16-25. Ithaca, 1888-90. 80.
*7996.12
Iowa agricultural college. Experiment station.
Bulletin, 9-11. Des Moines, 1890. 8. *7995.51
Lynch, W. H. Scientific dairy practice. Ottawa,
1887. Illus. 80. 7992.7
Maine. State college. Agricultural experiment
station. Bulletin, no. 21-26. Also Bulletin, no.
1. 2d series. [Orono.] 1887-89. 8. *7996.28
Maryland agricultural college. Experiment
station. Annual report, 1, 2. Annapolis, 1888,
89. 80. *7996.19
- Bulletin 1-6, 10. [Annapolis.] 1888, 90. 80.
*7996.24
- Special bulletin, 1889, 90. [Annapolis.] 8.
*7996.27
North Lanark farmers' institute, Almonte,
Ontario. Scientific farming. Ottawa, 1888. 8.
7996.47
Ohio agricultural experiment station. Bulle-
tin. 2d series. Vol. 3, no. 1-9. Columbus, 1890,
91. 80. *7996.18
Ohio State university. Agricultural experi-
ment station. Bulletin of the Technical series.
Vol. 1, no. 1, 2. Columbus, 1889, 90. 80. *7996.17
Ontario. Province. Department of agriculture.
Agricultural college. Bulletin, 40, 41, 44-49, 51-
57. [Toronto.] 1889, 90. 160. *7999.I6
Utah agricultural college. Experiment station.
Bulletin, 1-3. Logan, 1890, 91. 80. *7996.49
West Virginia university. Agricultural experi-
ment station, Morgantown. Bulletin. No. 4-9.
Charleston, 1889, 90. 120. *7996.2i
Forestry.
Dame, L. L. Typical elms and other trees of
Massachusetts. Boston, 1890. 57 plates. FO.
*3840.66
Olmsted, F. L., and Harrison, J. B. Observa-
tions on the treatment of public plantations more
especially relating to the use of the axe. Boston,
1889. 80. 5843.I9

America.
Not including the United States, which see.
See also Indians of America.
Pairpoint, A. J. Rambles in America. Boston,
1891. Illus. 120. 4467.106
Shipley, J. B. The English rediscovery and
colonization of America. London, 1890. Sm. 80.
4319.120
Contains an article on Leif Erikson's discovery, by Marie
A. Shipley.


Bates Hall


Slafter, E. F. The discovery of America by the
Northmen. Concord, N. H., 1891. 80. *4312.1x7
Torfason, p. The history of ancient Vinland.
From the Latin of 1705 by C. G. Herbermann.
N.Y., 1888. 80. *431I.iI2
Costa Rica.
Peralta, J. F. de. La propriftd fonciAre a Costa-
Rica. Bruxelles, 1888. 120. 5644.63
North America.
Ballou, M. M. A summer journey to Alaska.
Tourist's ed. Boston, 1891. 160. 4367.127
Bourinot, J. G. Canadian studies in compara-
tive politics. Montreal, 1890. L. 80. *4311.xr5
Canada. Department of agriculture. Colonial
and Indian exhibition, London, 1886. Canada:
its history, productions and natural resources.
Ottawa, 1886. 80. *4313.132
- The statistical year-book for 1889. Ottawa,
1890. 80. *4314.117
Greswell, W. H. P. Geography of the Domin-
ion of Canada and Newfoundland. Oxford, 1891.
Maps. Sm. 80. 4313.134
Lucas, F. W. Appendiculi historicne; or, shreds
of history hung on a horn. London, 1891. 40.
*43z1.118
Relates to the colonization of North America.
Malartic, A. J. H. de M., comte de. Journal
des campagnes au Canada de 1755 i 1760. Paris.
[1890.] Portr. 80. 4314.1x8
Reclus, J. J. L. North America. Ed. by A.
H. Keane. Vol. 1. N.Y., 1890. 80. 2300.64
Smith, Goldwin. Canada and the Canadian ques-
tion. London, 1891. 8. 4314.120
South America.
Brackenridge, H. M. Voyage to Buenos Ayres,
in 1817 and 1818. London, 1820. 80. *4465.x15
Gilij, F. S. Nachrichten vom Lande Guiana., dem
Oronocoflus, und den dortigen Wilden. Ubers.
[von M. C. Sprengel]. Hamburg, 1785. 160.
*4469.1 6
Markham, C. R. Cuzco: a journey to the
ancient capital of Peru . and Lima.
London, 1856. 120. *4362.13x
United States and Venezuelan claims commis-
sion. 1889-1890. Opinions in the principal
cases. Washington, 1890. 80. 4317.110
West Indies.
Chancy, E. L'ind6pendance national d'Haiti.
Paris, 1884. 120. 4317.113
Sketches and recollections of the West Indies.
By a resident. London, 1828. Sm. 8. *4468.z13

Anthropology and
Ethnology.
See also Indians; Social Science.
Peatherman, A. Social history of the races of
mankind. Fourth division: Dravido-Turanians,
Turco-Tatar-Turanians, Ugrio-Turanians. Lon-
don, 1891. 8. 6231.56
Macedo, F. F. de. Ethnogenie bresilienne. Lis-
bonne, 1886. Illus. Sm. fo. *4360.zo8
Marcano, G. Ethnographie pr6colombienne du
Venezuela. Region des Raudals de l'Orenoque.
Paris, 1890. Illus. 80. 431I.116
- VallBes d'Aragua et de Caracas. Paris, 1889.
Plates. 80. 4311.117











Bates Hall


Mason, O. T. The educational aspect of the
United States National museum. [Baltimore,
1890.] 8. No. ioa in *2356.69.8
Soci6t6 d'anthropologie, Brussels. Bulletin.
T. 1-3. Bruxelles, 1883, 84. Illus. 80. *4237.55
Wood, T. An inquiry concerning the primitive
inhabitants of Ireland. London, 1821. 80. *451I.l12

Antiquities.
See also Anthropology; and names of countries
in which investigations are making.
Archaeological institute of America. Papers.
American series. 5. Hemenway Southwestern
archeological expedition. Contributions by A.
F. Bandelier. Cambridge, 1890. 80. *4216.55.5
Atwater, C. Writings. Columbus, 1833. Illus.
8. *4508.138
Contents. A description of the antiquities discovered in
the western country. Remarks made on a tour to Prairie
du Chien, 1829.
Clercq, L. de. Catalogue. Antiquites assy-
riennes, cylindres orientaux, cachets, briques,
bronzes, bas-reliefs, etc. Paris, 1888. Plates.
FO. ***Cab.K.I2.3
Furtwaengler, A. Die Bronzen und die iibrigen
kleineren Funde von Olympia. Berlin, 1890.
Illus. 2 v. F. ***Cab.84.C.I
International congress of Americanists. 7th
session. 1888. Comte-rendu. Berlin, 1890. 8.
*4317.82
Peet, S. D. Prehistoric America. Vol. 2.
Chicago, 1890. 80. 2312.85
Perrin, A. ttude prdhistorique sur la Savoie,
specialement A l'6poque lacustre (Age du bronze).
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- Giovacchino Ventura. 2749a.132
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Valussi, P. Napoleone in. 2a ed. 2749a.8o
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Macaulay, T. B., baron. Readings from Ma-
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Hatfield, J. T. A study of Juvencus. Bonn,
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Martinez Aflibarro y Rives, M. Intento de un
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Botany.
Baker, W., and co. The chocolate-plant and its
products. Dorchester, Mass., 1891. 8. 3991.73
Cardot, J. Revision des sphaignes de l'Amdrique
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Rostafinski, J. T. von. Contributions to myco-
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Thornton, R. J. Botanical extracts: or, philoso-
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Chemistry and Chemical
Technology.
Austen, W. C. R. An introduction to metallurgy.
London, 1891. Sm. 80. 3869.117
Blackshear, C. C. Dioxybenzoyl-benzene-sul-
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Curtman, C. 0. Uses, tests for purity and prep-
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Eissler, M. The metallurgy of gold. 3d ed.
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Metcalf, W. V. On the reaction of certain alco-
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Richardson, G. M. Stannous double halide salts.
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Treatise, A, on the manufacture, imitation, adul-
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Clubs, Societies, etc.
American protective tariff league. Principles,
constitution, and by-laws, officers, and members.
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Boston press club. Annual entertainment, 1891.
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Freemasonry. Massachusetts. Grand masonic
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Hathaway, S. P., jr. Historical sketch of Phil-
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Highland society of Scotland. Prize essays and
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Rhode Island society for the encouragement of
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Robert Treat Paine association. [Organization,
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Swedenborg publishing association. Annual
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Commerce.
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address. Plan of the Wharton school of finance
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Costume.
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Paris. 100 plates. 40. ***6251.7
Italienische Armee, Die, in ihrer gegenwiirtigen
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Lange, -. L'arm6e allemand sous l'empereur
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Socecu, A. J. V. Die ruminische Armee in ihrer
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Domestic Animals.
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Hucho, H. Die Mittel zur Hebung der sachsi-
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Phin, J. A dictionary of practical apiculture.
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Domestic Economy.
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Drama.
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Dramatic peerage, The, 1891. Personal notes
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Lowe,R.W. Thomas Betterton. London, 1891.
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Davenport, R. Works, now first collected. By
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Ibsen, H. Emperor and Galilean. London, 1890.
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Hedda Gabler. A drama. Trans.by E. Gosse.
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Miller, C. G. Chihuahua. Chicago, 1891. 160.
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Racine, J. Dramatic works. A metrical English
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Rise, The, in Harlem. A comedy. N. Y., 1864.
120. *4508.146
Thornely, J. L. Stanley. A drama. London,
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The chief character is James Stanley, seventh earl of Derby,
the Royalist noble.
Tolstoi, L. N., count. The fruits of enlighten-
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Webster, Augusta. The auspicious day. Lon-
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Renter, C. Die ehrliche Frau nebst Harlequins
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Plautus. Rvdens. Ed. by E. A. Sonnenschein.
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Operas.
Ribbing, A., comte de, and Lh6rie, L. L. Der
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Religious Drama.
Butler, W. A. Oberammergau, 1890. N. Y.,
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Holland, H. Die Entwicklung des deutschen
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Sharpe, T., ed. Ancient mysteries from the Digby
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Education.
Herbart, J. F. Umriss pidagogischer Vorle-
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Leipziger, H. M. The education of the Jews.
N. Y., 1890. 80. No. 6 in *5596.78.3
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*3594.1o2
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Bigelow, W. R. Harvard's better self. [Bos-
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College of William and Mary. Catalogue.
Session, 1889/90. 80. *4385.113
Cooke, J. P. Address at the Commencement din-
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Harvard college. Class of 1829. Latest poems
of the class. [1889.] 80. *4493.218
Oberlin college. Descriptive and historical
sketches. Statistics. Akron, 0., 1887. 160, obl.
4498.113
Pratt institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. Circular of
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Raines, F. R. The fellows of the Collegiate
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Roxbury Latin school association. Membership.
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Thayer, W. R. An historical sketch of Harvard
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University of Chicago. Official bulletin, no. 1.
Jan., 1891. 8. *4499. II

Electricity.
Allsop, F. C. Electric bell construction. Lon-
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Anney, J. P. Manuel pratique de l'installation
de la lumidre 6lectrique. Paris. [1890.] Illus.
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Biggs, C. H. W. First principles of electrical
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3969.156
Caillard, Emma M. Electricity the science of the
nineteenth century. London, 1891. Illus. Sm. 8.
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Electrical enterprise. A weekly newspaper.
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Electrician, The: a weekly illustrated journal.
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Gore, G. The art of electrolytic separation of
metals. Lon Ion, 1890. Illus. 80. 3965.112
Hough, G. W. Remarks on the galvanic battery.
Albany, 1869. 80. 7969.21
Huenlich, C. A. Ueber die Leuchtdauer des
Oeffnungsfunkens des Inductoriums. Leipzig,
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Morton, W. J. The Franklinic interrupted cur-
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Engineering.
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Boiler, A. P. New York, Providence and Bos-
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Cross, C. S. Engineers' field book. Added,
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Gribble, T. G. Preliminary survey and esti-
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Hutton, W. R. The Washington bridge over the
Harlem river, at 181st st., New York city. N. Y.,
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Jeans, J. S. Waterways and water transport in
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Johnson, J. B. The theory and practice of sur-
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Love, E. G., ed. Pavements and roads. N. Y.,
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Europe.
Muller, F., & cie. Topographic ancienne de
l'Europe. Catalogue a prixmarquds. Amsterdam,
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Politikos, pseud. The sovereigns and courts of
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France,
Baudrillart, H. J. L. Les populations agricoles
de la France. Normandie & Bretagne passe et
present. Paris, 1885. 80. 3570.147.1
Collection des ordonnances des rois de France.
Catalogue des actes de Franqois ler. T. 2-4.
Paris, 1888-90. 80. *5672.3
Coolidge, W. A. B. The Aiguilles d'Arves
(Dauphin6). Samaden, 1889. 8. 2865.62
Griffiths, A. French revolutionary generals.
London, 1891. 80. 2647-77
Contents. Dumouriez. Hoche. Jourdan. Marceau.
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Kaufmann, R. Paris of to-day. Illus. N. Y.
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Lotheissen, F. Zur Sittengeschichte Frankreichs.
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dem Wahlgesetz, Wahlreglement, Einfiihrungs-
gesetz fiir Elsass-Lothringen und Gesetzen ver-
wandten Inhalts. Leipzig. [1890.] [Universal-
Bibliothek.] 160. No. 2 in 4896.50.280
Matthis, C. E. L'Alsace et les Alsaciens i tra-
vers les silcles. Paris, 1891. Illus. F. 2820.56
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Great Britain.
Creasy, Sir E. S. The rise and progress of the
English constitution. London, 1853. Sm. 80.
4516.107
Great Britain. Emigrants' information office.
Handbooks, 1890. London, 1890. 80. *3045.107
Hyde, J.W. A hundred years by post. A jubilee
retrospect. London, 1891. Illus. Sm. 80. 4539.108
Jordan, F. Body, parentage and character in
history: notes on the Tudor period. London,
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Osborne, S. G., lord. The letters of S. G. 0.
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England.
Bacon, N. An historical and political discourse
of the laws and government of England to the end
of the reign of queen Elizabeth. 4th ed. London,
1739. F. *650o.54
Baigent, F. J., and Millard, J. E. A history of
Basingstoke, Southampton. Basingstoke, 1889.
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Myton. Hull, 1890. 80. *2492. o5
Earwaker, J. P. The history of the ancient
parish of Sandbach, co. Chester. [London.] 1890.
Coats of arms. 40. ***25o01.32


Hedinger, J. M. A short description of Castle-
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Hunt, Leigh. The town. New ed. London,
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Knocker, E. An account of the grand Court of
Shepway, for the installation of viscount Palmer-
ston, as constable of H. M. castle of Dover, etc.
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Pedler, E. H. The Anglo-Saxon episcopate of
Cornwall. London, 1856. 80. *2504.0o8
Scruton, W. Pen and pencil pictures of old
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Stephenson, W. Two Beverley churches, being
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Watson, E. S. W. Ashmore, co. Dorset. A
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Weaver, F. W. Wells wills arranged in parishes,
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Whately, Elizabeth. English life, social and
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considered in reference to our position as a com-
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don, 1885. Illus. Sm. 40. 2491.133
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80. *2492.1o6
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80. 4515.109
Worth, R. N. History of Devonport, sometime
Plymouth Dock. Plymouth, 1870. Sm.80.
*2499a.iio
Yorkshire county magazine. Ed. by J. Horsfall
Turner. Part 1, 2. [London.] 1891. 80. *2496.126
Ireland.
Friends, Society of. Central relief committee,
Dublin. Transactions during the famine in Ireland
in 1846, 47. Dublin, 1852. 8. *4511.113
Giles, H. Lectures and essays on Irish and other
subjects. N. Y., 1869. Portr. 120. 4517.110
Great Britain. Commissioners on the public
records of Ireland. National manuscripts of
Ireland. Account of facsimiles, selected and ed.
by J. T. Gilbert. London, 1884. 80. *7044.6o
O'Connor, T. P. The Parnell movement with a
sketch of Irish parties from 1843. N. Y., 1890.
80. 2510.52
Shelley, P. B. An address to the Irish people.
Reprinted from ed. of 1812. London, 1890.
[Shelley society.] 80. *4560.20
Scotland.
Chambers, R. History of the Rebellion in Scot-
land in 1745, 1746. 4th ed. Edinb., 1830. 2 v.
Vignette portr. 160. 4519a.1o4
Cobbett, W. Tour in Scotland; and in the four
northern counties of England. London, 1833.
Sm. 80. 2469.131
Mercer, A. The history of Dunfermline. Dun-
fermline, 1828. Sm. 80. *2498.115
Scottish national memorials. Glasgow, 1890.
Illus. Portrs. 80. ***4520.o02


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Italy.
Baxter, Lucy E. Vincigliata and Maiano. By Lead-
er Scott [pseud.]. London, 1891. L. 80. *2761.53
Blaeu, J. Novum theatrum Pedemontii et
Sabaudia. [Anon.] Hagae-Comitum, M.Dcc.xxvI.
2 v. Plates. Maps. oF. ***675oa.50
Freeman, E. A. The history of Sicily. Vol. 1,
2. Oxford, 1891. 80. 2723.70
Machiavelli, N. The history of Florence. Ed.
by H. Morley. London, 1891. [The Carisbrooke
library.] 80. 2724.53
Murray, J. A handbook of Rome and its environs.
14th ed. London, 1888. Maps. Sm. 80. 2759.80
Society siciliana per la storia patria. Ricordi e
document del Vespro siciliano. Palermo, 1882.
Plates. L. 8. *2721.58
Netherlands.
Kampen, N. G. van. Geschiedenis der Neder-
landers buiten Europa. Haarlem, 1831, 32. 3 v.
8. 6263.61
Rome (Ancient).
Alte Rom, Das. 20 Blitter in Farbendruck.
Leipzig. [1884.] 80, obl. 2751.17
Augustus Caesar. Res gestae divi Avgvsti. Ex
monvmentis Ancyrano et Apolloniensi itervm
edidit T. Mommsen. Berolini, 1883. Text, 80;
Atlas, 1. 40. *2751.61
Ihne, W. Rbmische Geschichte. Leipzig, 1868-
1890. 8 v. in 4. 80. 2755.60
To the time of the Empire.
Reber, F. Die Ruinen Roms. 2te Ausg. Leip-
zig, 1879. Illus. 4. *2751.62
Russia.
Buelau, F. Geheime Geschichten und riitselhafte
Menschen. Sammlung verborgener oder verges-
sener Merkwiirdigkeiten. B. 1. Leipzig. [1890.]
[Universal-Bibliothek.] 160. No. 8 in 4896.50.280
Contents.-1. Die russische Thronrevolution von 1762.-
Die russische Thronrevolution von 1801.
Kovalevsky, M. Modern customs and ancient
laws of Russia: the Ilchester lectures for 1889-90.
London, 1891. 80. 3066.oo00
Loeoeralt, W. Baltenhetze. Die Verfolgung
von Glauben, Sprache und Recht in den Ostsee-
provinzen Russlands. Leipzig, 1890. 80. 3067.I02
Pozzo di Borgo, C. A., conte. Correspondence
du Comte Pozzo di Borgo ambassadeur de Russie
en France, et du Comte de Nesselrode, 1814-1818.
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Spain.
Cfnovas del Castillo, A. Discurso pronunciado
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Fernfndez San Roman, F. Discurso y rectifi-
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Morel-Fatio, A. Ltudes sur l'Espagne. Paris,
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Spitzbergen.
Tweede Journael, Het, of dagh-register/gehouden
by seven matroosen in hetover winteren op Spits-
bergen in Maurits-bay/Geleghen in Groenlandt
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Sweden.
Dahlberg, E. J. Suecia antiqva et hodierna.
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A collection of most of the plates without the text. Several
plates from other sources appear to have been inserted.
Fiction.
Fitzgerald, P. H. The history of Pickwick.
With a bibliography. London, 1891. 80. 4573.117
Klincksieck, F. Zur Entwicklungsgeschichte
des Realismus im franzosischen Roman des 19.
Jahrhunderts. Marburg, 1891. 80. 2672.112
Mitchell, D. G. About old story-tellers. N. Y.,
1878. Illus. 120. *4509.0o
In English,
Allen, G. The great taboo. London, 1890. Sm.
8- ***4575-.30
Balzac, H. de. The lily of the valley. Boston,
1891. 120. **2704.66
Bandello, M. Novels now first done into English
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society.] Sm. 80. ***G.169.3
Bradley, E. The adventures of Mr. Verdant
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Illus. 12. ***4575.123
Clarke, M. His natural life. Melbourne, 1874.
Sm. 80. ***4506.ixo
Cock, The, and the anchor, being a chronicle of
old Dublin city. By the author of Torlogh O'Brien.
N. Y., 1848. 80. *6561.70
Cockton, H. The life and adventures of Valen-
tine Vox, the ventriloquist. London, 1846. Plates.
8. *4573.x16
Cooke, J. E. Surry of Eagle's-nest; or, the
memoirs of a staff-officer serving in Virginia.
3d ed. N. Y., 1866. 80. **45o8.141
Donaldson, J. L. Sergeant Atkins. A tale of
adventure. By an officer of the United States
army. Phila., 1871. 120. ***4508.i52
Dyer, Gertrude P. Stories of the flowers. Lon-
don, 1877. Illus. Sm. 80. 6563-94
- Whispers from fairy land. By G. P. D.
London, 1870. Sm. 80. 6568.112
Ferrier, Susan E. Destiny; or, the chief's daugh-
ter. London. [1872.] Sm.80. ***4575.128
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***4575-127
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***4575. 26
Flygare-Carl6n, Emilia. The magic goblet.
Trais. from the Swedish. N. Y., 1845. 80. *6872.32
Hancock, A. U. The genius of Galilee. An
historical novel. Chicago, 1891. 120. 2101.27
Heald, Sarah E. The eagle's plume. A story of
the early days of Vermont. By S. E. H. Phila.,
1890. 80. *4506.o09
Holmes, Emra. Amabel Vaughan, and other
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[1878.] Sm. 80. *6563.93
James, G. P. R. The last of the fairies. London.
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Jessop, G. H. Judge Lynch, a tale of the
California vineyards. London, 1889. Sm. 80.
***4403.150
King, C. Democracy. An American novel.
[Anon.] N. Y., 1880. [Leisure hour series.]
160. **45o8.143











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Kipling, R. The phantom 'rickshaw, and other
tales. Allahabad. [1890.] 80. No.3in***4573.l19
- Under the deodars. 3d ed. Allahabad. [1891.]
80. No. 2 in **4573. 11
- Wee Willie Winkle, and other stories. 5th ed.
Allahabad. [1891.] 80. No. i in ***4573.119
Lansing, Mary. Rebecca's journal; or, how we
made the winter beautiful. Phila., 1876. Sm.40.
4509.117
Lee, Eliza B. Parthenia: or, the last days of pa-
ganism. Boston, 1858. 120. ***4508.I48
Let it alone till to-morrow. First American edi-
tion. Boston, 1828. 240. *4509a.I5r
MacDonald, G. The flight of the shadow.
London, 1890. [" The Sunday magazine Christ-
mas story.] 80. ***4573.120
Peploe, Mrs. J. B. Oliver Wyndham. A tale of
the great plague. By the author of "Naomi."
N. Y. [18-.] 160. 6563.92
Pr6vost d'Exiles, A. F., abb6. The story of
Manon Lescaut and of the Chevalier des Grieux.
Chicago. [1886.] 120. *4694.75
Reunited. A story of the Civil war. By a popu-
lar Southern author. N.Y. [1891.] Illus. 120.
**4326.134
Roth, E. Christus Judex. A traveller's tale.
Phila., 1864. 160. 8078.105
Saintine, J. X. B. The solitary of Juan Fernan-
dez; or, the real Robinson Crusoe. Boston, 1851.
160. 667ob.83
Schreiner, Olive. Dreams. 2d ed. London,
1891. Portr. Sm. 80. 4575.132
Specht, Emma E. H. Alfrieda. St. Louis, 1890.
Sm. 80. ***4508.158
Speight, T. W. Hoodwinked. [London, 1890.]
[The gentleman's annual.] 80. *4575.129
Sterne, L. Life and opinions of Tristram Shandy.
[Anon.] London, 1775. 6 v. Sm. 80. **6567.gc
- A sentimental journey through France and
Italy. New ed. London, 1775. 2 v. Sm. 80.
**6567.92
Tinsley's magazine. Christmas, 1890. [Stories.]
London, 1890. Illus. 80. ***4573.12i
Tolstoi, L. N., count. Work while ye have the
light. N. Y. [1890.] 120. 3o6oa.io2
Young gentleman's annual. [1835.] By Clara
Hall. London. [1835.] Sm. 80. *7309a.13
Zola, E. La terre. (The soil.) Trans. Phila
[1888.] 160. **G.263.1
In French.
Bourassa,N. Jacques et Marie. Montreal, 1866
80. 4395.2C
A story of the time of the Acadian exiles.
Bourget, P. Un ceur de femme. Paris, 1890.
160. *2678.137
- Le disciple. Paris, 1890. 160. *2678.138
Copp6e, F. I. J. (Euvres completes. T. 4
Toute une jeunesse. Paris, 1891. 80. 4704.50.4
Hetzel, P. J. De l'amour et de la jalousie. Pai
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240. 6679a.82
Lobeira, V. de. Amadis des Gaules [mis er
abrdgd par Mue de Lubert]. Amsterdam, 1750
4 v. 160. *6664.1
Malot, H. H. Micheline. Paris, 1884. 120.
2664. o


Pressens6, tlise F. L. Le journal de Th6rBse.
8e 6d. Paris, 1885. 120. 2679.115
La maison blanche. Histoire pour les 6coliers.
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Un petit monde d'enfants. 9e ed. Paris.
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In German.
Bellamy, E. Dr. Heidenhoffs Wunderkur. Leip-
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No. 6 in 4896.50.282
Fischart, J. F., called Mentzer. Geschichtklit-
terung (Gargantua), herausg. von A. Alsleben.
le Hilfte. (Bogen 1-15.) Hallea/S., 1886. 160.
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Gunnlaugs Saga Ormstungu. Die Saga von
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[Universal-Bibliothek.] 160. No. 5 in 4896.50.282
Habberton, J. Frau Marburgs Zwillinge oder
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Murner, T. Schelmenzunft. Herausg. von E.
Matthias. Halle a. S., 1890. 160. *2879.io8.85
Rehfues, P. J. von. Die Belagerung des Castells
von Gozzo, oder die letzte Assassine. Von dem
Verfasser des Scipio Cicala. Leipzig, 1834. 16o.
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Seyppel, C. M. H. Christoph Columbus Log-
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Strindberg, A. Die Leute auf Hemsb. Er-
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versal Bibliothek.] 16. No. 7 in 4896.50.282

Fine Arts.
See also Music; Numismatics.
Art review. Vol. 1. London, 1890. Illus. 40.
*7260.6o
Barth6lemy, J. J. La mosaique de Palestrine.
[Paris.] 1760. FO. No. 2 in ***Cab.K.I5.5
Bartoli, P. S. Recueil de peintures antiques,
imit6es fid6lement pour les couleurs & pour le
trait. Paris, 1757. F. No. I in *.*Cab.K.I5.5
Bella, S. della. [Thirteen etchings.]
***Cab.K.16.5
Bredius, A. Les chefs-d'oeuvre du Musae royal
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Compagnon des jeunes artistes. Recueil
d'dtudes d'arbres, plants, fabriques . d'aprds
nature par Cox, Harding et Prout. Paris, 1826.
Plates. F. *8060.79
Dionysius, monk of Fourna. Manuel d'icono-
graphie chritienne grecque et latine; avec une
introd. et des notes par M. Didron. Paris, 1845.
80. *4104-53
Findens'tableaux. London, 1837. F. *8060.78
Geddes, P. Every man his own art critic. (Glas-
gow exhibition, 1888.) Edinb., 1888. 80. 8o65.109
Hodgson, Frederick T. Drawing instruments.
SBy an old draughtsman. N. Y., 1882. Illus.
120. 8069.120
Ives, Brayton. Catalogue of [his] collection of
Oriental art objects. N. Y., 1891. 80. *8024.100
Koehler, S. R. Art education and art patronage
in the United States. Phila., 1882. 80. 8053.66
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Middleton, J. H. The engraved gems of classi-
cal times with a catalogue of the gems in the
Fitzwilliam museum. Cambridge, 1891. Plates.
L. 80. *2221.79
Muentz, E. Histoire de l'art pendant la Renais-
sance. [Vol.] 2. Italie: L'Age d'or. Paris,
1891. Illus. F. *807.10o3.2
Pemberton, T. P. The students' illustrated
guide to practical draughting. N. Y., 1880.
Illus. 16. 8069.119
Soci6t6 d'aquarellistes francais. Ouvrage d'art
public avec le concours artistique de tous les soci6-
taires. Paris, 1883. 2v. Illus. FO. ***Cab.84.A.2
E sthetics.
Schiller, J. C. F. von. Vom Erhabenen. Leip-
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No. I in 4896.50.280
Scott, F. N. JEsthetics; its problems and litera-
ture. Ann Arbor, 1890. 80. 8074.1o6
Tugnot de Lanoye, F. The sublime in nature.
N. Y., 1870. Illus. 160. 5828.51
Architecture.
Anderson, R. Examples of the municipal, com-
mercial, ant street architecture of France and
Italy, from the 12th to the 15th century. London.
[1870-75.] 103 plates. F. ***8o90.72
Buck, C. C. Designs in architecture. Brooklyn.
[188-.] Illus. 80. 8094.36
Coussin, J. A. Le temple de Vesta (Rome).
[Paris, 1879.] Plates. L. fo. No. 2 in***Cab.K.g.6
Dubut, L. A. Le temple de la Pudicit6 (Rome).
Paris, 1879. Plates. L. fo. No. x in ***Cab.K.g.6
Entwerfen, Anlageund Einrichtungder Gebaude.
Theil 4. Half-Band 9. Der Stiidtebau. Von
J. Stiibben. Darmstadt, 1890. Illus. [Hand-
buch der Architektur.] 40. *8092.52.9
Farge, L. Exposition universelle de 1889, a
Paris. Les constructions fran9aises et 6trangeres.
Paris. [1890.] Plates. F. *,*8090.7i
Fullerton, W. Architectural examples in brick,
stone, wood, and iron. London, 1890. 220
plates. 40. *8o9oa.53
Giraud, B. Stable building and stable fitting.
London, 1891. Illus. Sm. 80. 4008.115
Hodgson, F. T. The builder's guide, and esti-
mator's price books. N. Y., 1890. 120. *8039.107
Lesueur, J. B. C. La Basilique Ulpienne (Rome).
Paris, 1877. Plates. L. f. ***Cab.K.9.4
Nathan, P. Die Wohnungsfrage und die Bestre-
bungen der Berliner Baugenossenschaft. Berlin,
1890. Plans. [Volkswirthschaftliche Zeitfra-
gen.] 80. No. 3 in *3562.53.12
Over, C. Ornamental architecture in the Gothic,
Chinese and modern taste. London, 1758. Cop-
per-plates. Sm. 80. *8096.20
Percier, C. La colonne Trajane (Rome). Paris,
1877. Plates. L. fo. *,*Cab.K.9.3
Selected designs from Shoppell's modern
houses. Over 800 illus. N. Y. [1890.] FO.
8rooa.x8
Spence, C. The abbey church of Romsey. 5th
ed iomsey. [180;9.] Plates. Sm. 80. *2509a.io5
Villain, A. Le temple de Marc-Aurele (Home).
[Paris, 1881.] Plates. L. fo. ***Cab.K.g.5
Worth, T. B. Exeter cathedral and its restora-
tion. Exeter, 1878. Photographs. 80. *2495.i33


Artists.
Cundall, F. The landscape and pastoral painters
of Holland: Ruisdael, Hobbema, Cuijp, Potter.
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Dumas, F. G., ed. Illustrated biographies of
modern artists. Paris, 1882. L. fo.
**Cab.84.B.I
Foerster, E. J. Raphael. Leipzig, 1867, 68. 2 v.
8. 8065. II
Laughelm, J. Rembrandt als Erzieher. Von
einem Deutschen. 26te Aufl. Leipzig, 1890.
Portr. 80. 8074.zo8
Mariette, J. P. Abecedario et autres notes in6-
dites sur les arts et les artistes. Paris, 1851-60.
6 v. 80. *8088.77
Thomson, D. C. The Barbizon school of painters :
Corot, Rousseau, Diaz, Millet, Daubigny, etc.
London, 1891. Illus. 4. ***8o63.xoo
Decoration.
Delamotte, F. G. The book of ornamental al-
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160, obl. *6T17.19
Gerspach, ]. Les tapisseries coptes. Paris, 1890.
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Goodyear, Clara. A message to china decorators.
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Jobmann, C. Monogrammen-Schatz. Leipzig.
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Moreland, F. A. Practical decorative upholstery.
Boston, 1890. Illus. Sm. 40. 4104.54
Muentz, E. Tapisseries, broderies et dentelles.
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Pulszky, K. Ornamente der Hausindustrie Un-
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***8o6o.8o
Engravings.
Cosway, R. A catalogue raisonun of [his] en-
graved works, by F. B. Daniell. London, 1890.
L. 80. *,*8061.83
Crottet, E. Supplement a la 5me edition du
Guide de l'amateur de livres 1 figures du xvine
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Cohen's Guide is on *4083.19.
Lippmann, F. Kupferstiche und Holzschnitte
alter Meister, in Nachbildungen. Berlin, 1889, 90.
2 v. Plates. Fo. ***Cab.84.A.I
Pearson, E. Banbury chap books and nursery
toy book literature, with impressions from wood-
cut blocks, by T. & J. Bewick, Blake, and others.
London, 1890. 40. *457oa.Io4
Slater, J. H. Engravings and their value. Lon-
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Photography.
Wall, E. J. A dictionary of photography. 2d ed.
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Pottery.
Dumont, C. A. A. E., and Chaplain, J. C. Les
c6ramiques de la Grdce propre. T. 2. Paris, 1890.
Illus. F. ***8020.i8.2
Gargiulo, R. Cenni sulla maniera di rinvenire i
vasi fittili italo-greci. 2a ed. Napoli, 1843. Plates.
L. 80. 8071.70
10










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Sculpture.
Details of decorative sculpture. Italian renai
sance. Boston. [1891.] 50 plates. Sm. 4.
*8074.1
Embric-David, T. B. Histoire de la sculptu:
francaise. Publide par les soins de M. Paul Lacroi
Paris, 1872. 120. 4079.1
Page, I. Guide for drawing the acanthus, ar
every description of ornamental foliage. Londol
1886. Illus. Sm. 80. 8069.i:
Preuner, C. L. A. Ueber die Restauration di
Venus von Milo auf Grund der Fundbericht,
Greifswald, 1873. 120. 8088.1

Fish and Fishing.
See also Sports and Sporting; Zoology.
Cox, I. E. B. The angler's diary and tour
fisherman's gazetteer of the rivers and lakes of tL
world. By I. E. B. C. London. [1889.] Sm. 8
8009.5
Drake, J. C. On the sounds and estuaries c
Georgia, with reference to oyster culture. Waste
ington, 1891. Maps. [United States. Coast an
geodetic survey.] 40. 7920.55.
Houghton, W. British fresh-water fishes. Lot
don. [1879.] Col. plates. Wood-engravings. F
***Cab.38.J.
Locke, J. Tweed and Don; or, recollections an
reflections of an angler for the last fifty year
Edinb., 1860. Illus. Sm. 80. 2467.zo
Pennsylvania. State commissioners of fisheries]
Report, 1887 and 1888. Harrisburg, 1890. Illu,
8. *5902.5

Folk-Lore and Folk-
Tales.
Fewkes, J. W. Contribution to Passamaquodd
folk-lore. [Boston, 1890.] 80. 4364.12
Hyde, D. Beside the fire. A collection of Iris
Gaelic folk stories. London, 1890. 80. *4582.io
Leland, C. G. Gipsy sorcery and fortune tell
ing. London, 1891. Illus. L. 80. *4570a.1o
MacRitchie, D. The testimony of tradition
London, 1890. 80. 4537.12
Mango, F., compiler. Novelline popolari sarde
Palermo, 1890. [Curiosita popolari tradizionali.
160. 2767.66.7
Reinhardstoettner, C. von, ed. A historic do
cavalleiros da Mesa redonda e da demand d,
Santo Graall. Handschrift No. 2594 der K. K
Hofbibliothek zu Wien. B. 1. Berlin, 1887. 80
460I.1:
Rhys,J. Studies in the Arthurian legend. Oxford
1891. 80. 4603.10:
Tabulation of folk tales. [London, 1890.] 8
*4550a. o:
Genealogy and Heraldry
See also Biography.
Abbey, Matilda 0. Genealogy of the family o:
Lt. Thomas Tracy, of Norwich, Conn. Milwaukee
1889. 80. *4338.14;
Appleton, W. S. Some descendants of Willian
Sawyer of Newbury, Mass. Boston, 1891. 8o.
*4338.12;
Arnold family. Genealogy. Boston, 1879. 80
*4338.121


Fine Arts Cenealogy

Atwater, E. E. A genealogical register of the
s- descendants in the male line of David Atwater.
New Haven, 1873. 80. *4338.145
07 Clapp, D. The ancient proprietors of Jones's
re hill, Dorchester. Boston, 1883. 8. *4338.125
x. Copinger, W. A., ed. History of the Copingers
84 or Coppingers. New ed. Manchester, 1884. 80.
ld *4535.124
a, Dundore, N. A genealogical record of the Dun-
[8 dore family in America. Phila. [1881.] Illus.
er 8. *4338.132
e. Edwards, J. H. A history of the Heard family.
[5 Boston, 1880. Portrs. 80. *4338.138
Gerrish, J. J. Genealogical record of the com-
piler's branch of the Gerrish family. Portland,
1880. 120. *4339a.io6
st Gifford, Elizabeth E. Our patronymics. [Gene-
Le alogy of the Edwards, Cleveland, Parsons, Hunt,
. Gifford, Anthony, Sherman and other families.]
4 [Auburn, N. Y.] 1887. 8. *4330. 1o6
)f Griffitts, F. P. Genealogical tables of the Griffitts
i- family. Lancaster, Pa., 1887. 80. *4338.144
'd Guild, H. R. Ancestry of Calvin Guild, Margaret
9 Taft, James Humphreys, and Rebecca Covell
i- Martin. [Salem.] 1891. 80. *4338.x35
o. Hawley, W. D. Genealogy of the Hawley
4 family of Marblehead. [Anon.] [1884?] 8o.
d *4338.1o4
s. Howe, G. B. Genealogy of the Bigelow family
3 of America. Worcester, 1880. Portrs. 80.
s. *4338.133
i. Hughes, D. D. Hughes and allied families.
I [Anon.] [Grand Rapids, 1879.] 12. *4339a.Iog
Johnson, E. F. Genealogical sketch of William
Simonds. [1889.] 320. *4339a.lo8
Lapham, W. B. John Hill of Dover in 1649, and
y some descendants. Augusta, 1889. 80. *4338.127
8 Mackenzie, A. History of the Chisholms with
h genealogies. Inverness, 1891. 80. *4536.125
7 Martin, Sophia. A complete genealogy of the
[- descendants of Matthew Smith, of East Haddam,
5 Conn. Rutland, 1890. 80. *4338.134
. Nealley, E. B. Genealogical tree of the Nealley-
6 True family, of Nottingham, N. H. Bangor,
1878. *6530.o1
S Preble, W. P. A genealogical sketch of the
2 Preble families in Portland. Portland, 1850. 120.
S "4338.123
3 Prince, G. Elder John Prince of Hull, Mass.
S[Boston, 1888.] 120. *4449g.15
Scott, E. E. The Erskine Halero genealogy: the
2 ancestors, kindred and descendants of Rev. Henry
Erskine, of Chirnside, Berwickshire. London,
2 1890. 80. *4536.124
Seton, R. Seton of Parbroath, in Scotland and
2 America. N. Y., 1890. 120. *4539g.o6
Tinker, A. B. The ancestors of Silas Tinker in
* America. Akron. [1889.] 80. *4338.131
Upham, F. K. Genealogy and family history of
f a branch of the New England Upham family,
settled in California. 1884. 120. *4338.128
2 Whipple, H. E. 4 brief genealogy of the
SWhipple families, who settled in Rhode Island.
Providence, 1873. 80. *4338.129
SWhittemore, B. B. A genealogy of several
branches of the Whittemore family. Nashua,
1890. 89. *4338.139
111









Cenealogy Industrial Arts

Wilcox, W. A. William Alonzo Wilcox. [With
genealogy.] 1887. 80. *4338.i30
Worthen, A. H. The history of Sutton, New
Hampshire. Concord, 1890. 2 v. 80. 4436.138
Vol. 2 is devoted to Genealogy.
Heraldry.
Farrer, E. The church heraldry of Norfolk. Vol. 2
[and last]. Norwich, 1889. Plates. 80. *2506.68
Grenzer, A. Zunft-Wappen und Handwerker-
Insignien. Frankfurt am M., 1889. Illus. 160.
2839.8
Geography.
See also names of continents; Geology; Voyages
and travels.
International geographical congress, Paris, 1875.
Compte rendu des seances. Paris, 1878, 80. 80.
*6274.56
Lehmann, R. Vorlesungen iiber Hiilfsmittel
und Methode des geographischen Unterrichts.
Heft 1-6. Halle a. S., 1885-89. 80. 6287.60
Marcel, G. Recueil de portulans. Reproduction
h6liographique. Paris. [1890?] 2 pts. L. fo.
**Map Cab. 10.31
United States. Board on geographic names.
Bulletin no. 1. Washington, 1890. 80. *2286.67

Geology.
Alford, C. J. Geological features of the Trans-
vaal. London, 1891. 80. 3865.124
Bell, R. On glacial phenomena in Canada. Wash-
ington, 1890. 8. 3864.62
Cole, G. A. J. Aids in practical geology. London,
1891. Illus. Sm. 80. 3868.124
Darwin, C. R. Geological observations on the
volcanic islands and parts of South America visited
during the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle.' 3d ed.
N. Y., 1891. Illus. 120. 3868.102
Katzer, F. Geologic von Bdhmen. Abth. 1, 2.
Prag, 1889, 90. 2 pts. 80. 3865.123

History.
See also names of countries for their special
history.
Abdy, J. T. Feudalism. Lectures at Gresham
college. London, 1890. 120. 2308.74
Brewer, E. C. The historic note-book; with an
appendix of battles. London, 1891. Sm. 80.
*2218.68
FrBdBricq, P. The study of history in Holland
and Belgium. Baltimore, 1890. [Johns Hopkins
university studies in historical and political
science.] 80. No. to in *2356.69.8
Howard, G. E. History in the reading circle.
1891. 8. 6128.53
Jay, J. The demand for education in American
history. [Inaugural address, American historical
association.] (Cut from Magazine of American
history.) 3591.76

Indians of America.
Cass, L. Remarks on the condition, character,
and languages, of the North American Indians.
[Anon.] Boston, 1826. 160. *4464.o07
Fewkes, J. W. Additional studies of Zufii songs
and rituals with the phonograph. [Phila., 1890.]
80. No. I in *4364.131


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- A pictograph from Nova Scotia. [Phila., 1890.]
8. No. 2 in *4364.131
Heckewelder, J. G. E. Histoire, moeurs et
costumes des nations indiennes qui habitaient
autrefois la Pensylvanie et les 6tats voisins, trad.
par le chevalier Du Ponceau. Paris, 1822. 80.
4364.132
Industrial and Mechani-
cal Arts.
Adams, H. Handbook for mechanical engineers.
2d ed. London, 1891. Sm. 80. 8018.129
Babcock & Wilcox company. Steam: its genera-
tionanduse. 23ded. N.Y.,1891. 8. 8oioa.II2
Bocquet, J. A. Cours 616mentaire de m6canique
applique. 2e 6d. Paris, 1890. 120. 3949.66
Bonney, G. E. The electro-platers' handbook.
London, 1891. Illus. Sm. 80. 8o29.1o6
Chauveau, G. TraitS th6orique et pratique des
moteurs a gaz. Paris, 1891. Illus. 80. 3972.111
Compton, A. G. First lessons in metal-working.
N. Y., 1890. Sm. 80. 8018.127
Evers, H. Steam and other prime movers.
London, 1889. Illus. Sm. 80. 8o09.164
Fireman's guide, The. A handbook on the care
of boilers. By Teknologforeningen T. I., Stock-
holm. 5th ed. N. Y., 1889. 160. 8or9.z60
Forney, M. N. Catechism of the locomotive.
2d ed. N. Y., 1890. 80. 8015.118
Hasluck, P. N. The cabinet worker's handy-
book. London, 1890. Illus. Sm. 80. 8039.111
Hawkins, N. Hand book of calculations for
engineers and firemen. 5th ed. N. Y. [1890.]
80. *8037.3x
Hints and practical information for cabinet-
makers, upholsterers, and furniture men. N. Y.,
1884. 120. *8039.io6
Hodgson, F. T. Practical carpentry. N. Y.,
1883. Illus. 120. 8029.107
- Stair-building made easy. N. Y., 1884. 120.
8018.124
- Steel squares and their uses. [Part 2.] N. Y.,
1890. Illus. 120. 8038.31.2
How to become a good mechanic. By an old
apprentice. N. Y., 1883. 120. 8o09.167
Jewelers' weekly. Vol. 10, 11. N. Y., 1890-91.
Fo. *80oo.xi6
Kittredge, A. O. The metal worker pattern
book. 6th ed. N. Y., 1888. F. *80xo.zi7
Lukin, J. Turning lathes. 3d ed. Colchester,
1890. Illus. 80. 8019.158
Matthews, C. G., and Lott, F. E. The micro-
scope in the brewery and malt-house. Illus.
London, 1889. 80. 3971.1o6
Meloy, D. H. Progressive carpentry. Water-
bury. [1890.] Sm. 80. 8oi8.126
Mitchell, C. F., and Davey, E. G. Forty les-
sons in engineering workshop practice. London,
1890. Sm. 80. 8o18.13o
Moloney, T. The carpenter's and joiner's pocket
companion. N.Y., 1888. 320. 8029.108
Nasmith, J. Modern cotton spinning machinery.
Manchester, 1890. Illus. 40. *8o2oa.1o6
New system, A, of hand-railing. By an old
stair-builder. Illus. N. Y., 1885. 120. 80og.i66










Industrial Arts- Law


Pemberton, T. P. Lectures in a workshop.
N.Y., 1882. 16. 8o08.125
Phin, J. The amateur handbook for the work-
shop and the laboratory, containing directions for
bronzing, lacquering, making cements, glues, etc.
[Anon.] 2d ed. N. Y., 1888. 160. 8039.109
-- The preparation and use of cements and glue.
N. Y., 1881. 120. 8oi09.69
Rowe, Eleanor. Hints on wood-carving. 3d ed.
[London, 1889.] Plates. Sm. 80. 8069.122
Sloane, T. 0. Rubber hand stamps. N. Y.,
1891. 160. 8o0ga.103
Spons' mechanics' own book: 3d ed. London,
1889. Illus. 8. 8037.30
Uhland, W. H. Slide and piston-valve geared
steam-engines, forming the supplementary volume
to Corliss-engines and allied steam motors. Lon-
don, 1882. Text, plates, 40; Atlas, fo. *80oo.1x8
United States. Bureau of steam engineering.
Report of engineers of the U. S. navy upon ex-
periments with saturated and superheated steam.
Boston, 1877. 8. 7955-35
Unwin, W. C. The elements of machine design.
Part 2: Chiefly on engine details. New (11th)
ed. London, 1891. Sm. 8. 5918.65.2
Wall, W. E. Practical graining; with descrip-
tion of colors. Phila., 1891. Illus. 80. *8oi5.1i6
Wylie, C. Iron and steel founding. 2d ed.
Sunderland. [1888.] Sm. 80. 8019.163
Industrial Exhibitions.
World's Columbian exposition. Illus. Vol. 1,
no. 1. Chicago, 1891. Fo. *447oa.zo5

Language.
See also Literature.
Strong, H. A., and others. Introduction to the
study of the history of language. London, 1891.
80. 2950.63
University of Pennsylvania. Publications.
Series in philology and archaeology. Vol. 1, no.
1-4. Phila., 1891. 80. No. 3 in *44ooa.IO2.1
Contents. 1. Poetic and verse criticism of the reign
of Elizabeth, by F. E. Schelling. 2. A fragment of
the Babylonian Dibbarra" epic, by M. Jastrow. Ipoe
with the accusative; note on the Antigone, by \V. A. Lam-
berton. 4. The gambling games of the Chinese in America,
by S. Culin.
Dutch.
Franck, J. Etymologisch woordenboek der
nederlandsche taal. Aflevering 1-6. 's-Graven-
hage, 1884-89. 8. *4884.52
English.
American dialect society. Dialect notes. Part
1, 2. Boston, 1890. 80. *4382.00oo
English dialect dictionary fund. Annual report,
1st. [1888.] 80. *4586.117
Raine, J., ed. A volume of English miscellanies
illustrating the history and language of the north-
ern counties of England. Durham, 1890.
[Surtees society.] 8o. *2427.69
Skeat, W. W. Principles of English etymology.
2d series. The foreign element. Oxford, 1891.
Sm. 8. 4587.100.2
Thompson, W. H. The speech of llolderness
and East Yorkshire. Hull, 1890. Sm. 8. *4589.144
Wright, A. Baboo English as 'tis writ. Being
curiosities of Indian journalism. London, 1891.
160. 4579a.141


French.
Franzisische Studien. Herausg. von G. Kor-
ting und E. Koschwitz. B. 7, Heft 1, 2. Heil-
bronn, 1889. 80. *4686.50.7
Contents. 1. Der burrundische Dialekt im xIII. und xiv.
Jahrhundert, von E. Goerlich. 2. Die realen Tempora der
Vergangenbeit im Franzdsischen und den iibrigen romani-
schen Sprachen, von J. Vising.
German.
Fluegel, F. A universal English-German and
German-English dictionary. 4te Auflage. Heft
2, Theil 2. Braunschweig, 1891. L. 80. *2880.50
Gothic.
Wrede, F. jber die Sprache der Ostgoten in
Italien. Strassburg, 1891. 80. *2902.50.68
Hieroglyphics.
Langlois, P. Discovrs des hidroglyphes sgyp-
tiens, embl6mes, devises, et armoiries. Ensem-
ble LIrtI. tableavx. Paris, 1583. 80. *3052.108
Seyffarth, G. Rvdimenta hieroglyphics. Lip-
siae, clCocccxxvi. 40. *303I.102
Indian.
Berendt, C. H. Analytical alphabet for the Mex-
ican & Central American languages. N. Y., 1869.
80. *4364.I27
Buschmann, J. C. E. Der athapaskische Sprach-
stamm. Berlin, 1856. 40. *4361.123
Foerstemann, E. W. Zur Entzifferung der Maya-
handschriften. [Theil] 2. [Dresden, 1891.] 80.
4363.158
Le6n, N. Silabario del idioma tarasco o de mi-
choacan. Morelia, 1886. 160. 4364.126
Mayhew, E. Observations on the Indian lan-
guage. Published by J. S. H. Fogg. Boston, 1884.
Sm. 40. 4364.130
Latin.
Ainsworth, R. Latin dictionary, reprinted from
the folio of tnDCCLI. London, 1834. L. 80. *4981.13
Gerber, A., and Greef, A. Lexicon Taciteum.
Fasciculus i-Is. Lipsiae, IiDCCCLXXVII-AIDCCCXCI.
L. 8. *2942.17
Oriental.
Institute des langues orientales, St. Petersburg.
Collections scientifiques. 1-5. St. Pdtersbourg,
1877-89. 5 v. in 2. 80. 3022.25
Contents.-1. Les manuscrits arabes de lInstitut d6crits
par le baron V. Rosen. 2, 4. Inventaire des monnaies des
khalifes orientaux et de plusieurs autres dynasties. Classes
i-xxv. 3. Les manuscripts persons. 5. Catalogue des mon-
naies Arsacides, Subarsacides, Sassanides, Dabweihides,
ainsi que des pieces frapp6es par les Ispelbeds arabes du
Tabaristan et les gouverneurs de ]a Perse et du Maveran-
nahr au nom des khalifes, par A. de Marlhoff.
Romance.
Koerting, G. C. 0. Lateinisch-romanisches Wbr-
terbuch. Lief. 1-6. Paderborn, 1890. L. 8.
*2950.65
Law.
Conrat (Cohn), Max. Geschichte der Quellen
und Literatur des rbmischen Rechts im friiheren
Mittclalter. B. 1, Abt. 1-3. Leipzig, 1889, 90.
L. 8. *2170.61
Gelder de Neufville, D. M. van. Opmerkingen
naar aanleiding van art. 1183 B. W. Utrecht,
1890. 80. 5615.64
Ham, M. G. T. van den. De kracht van buiten-
landsche vonnissen in het international privaat-
recht. Utrecht, 1890. 80. 761oa.25


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Law Literature

Hoar, G. F. The function of the American law-
yer in the founding of states. An address, at the
anniversary of the Yale law school. New Haven,
1881. 80. 7634.10
Hoeben, J. I. H. Het notarieel ressart. Iaar-
lem, 1890. 80. 7637.38
Ijsendijk, I. E. van. Art. 138. strafwetboek.
Utrecht, 1889. 80. 76ioa.26
Jones, H. C. The Torrens system of transfer
of land. A practical treatise on the Land titles
act of 1885," Ontario, and The real property act
of 1885," Manitoba. Toronto, 1886. 80. 3663.34
Justinianus, emperor. Codex, Accvrsii commen-
tariis, & multorum veterum . iurisprudentum,
maximA A. Contii . illustratus. Parisiis,
M.u.LIX. Fo. *3660.4
[Digesta.] Parisiis, M.D.LIX. 3 v. Fo. *3660.2
Institvtionvm sive primorum totius iurispruden-
tie elementorum libri qvatvor. Parisiis, M.D.LIX.
F. No. I in *3660.3
Letourneau, C. L'ivolution juridique dans les
diverse races humaines. Paris, 1891. 80. 3565.116
Lier, S. K. D. M. van. Doorhaling van voogdij-
hypotheek. Utrecht, 1890. 80. 5631.10
Lioy, D. The philosophy of right, with special
reference to the principles and development of
law. London, 1891. 2 v. [English and foreign
philosophical library.] 80. 3586.73
Mann, E. R. The bench and bar of Saratoga
county. Ballston, N. Y., 1876. 120. *4447.124
Moore, J. B. A treatise on extradition and inter-
state rendition. Boston, 1891. 2 v. 80. 3673.7
Nolens, W. H. De leer van den H. Thomas van
Aquino over het recht. Utrecht, 1890. 80. 5462.64
Revue critique de legislation et de jurisprudence.
T. 1-37. Paris, 1851-70. 80. *7614.1
Schuurbeque Boeije, R. Eenige beschouwin-
gen betreffende valschheid in geschriften. Utrecht,
1890. 80. 5615.61
Cases.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa F6 railroad company,
I. T. Burr, et al. Decision of the Supreme court
of Kansas. In the case vs. J. W. Fletcher. [To-
peka? 188-?] 80. 7695.45
Curran et al. Circuit court of the United States.
Eastern district of Missouri. Curran et al. vs. St.
Louis refrigerator and wooden gutter company et
al. Defendants' brief. Boston, 1886. 80. 7695.43
Jeffries, N. L. In the Department of the treasury.
The dominion of Behring sea. Phila., 1887. 80.
4321.125
Madeira de Sousa, M. Allegaqao de direito pcla
jnstica do illustrissimo, e excellentissimo senior
D. Rodrigo Xavier Telles de Lancastre, Castro e
Silveira conde de Unha5 . sobre a successai do
estado, e casa de Aveyro, na causa, em que he autor,
contra os senhores Procuradores region, e oppo-
nentes . D. Joseph Mascarenhas [etc.]. Lis-
boa, 1748. Sm. 40. **D.2ooa.8
United States. Attorney-general. Star route con-
spiracy. Argument of the attorney-general [B. FI.
Brewster]. [Washington, 1882.] 8o. 7695.44
Literature.
See also Drama; Fiction; Language; Poetry.
Author, The. A monthly magazine for literary
workers. Vol. 1, 2. Boston, 1889, 90. Sm. 40.
*2149.26


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Hagen, H. Ueber litterarische Fiilschungen.
Hamburg, 1889. [Deutsche Zeit-un'l Streit-Fra-
gen.] 80. No. in in *5216.50, N. F. 4
Karpeles, G. Allgemeine Geschichte der Lit-
teratur. ler B. Berlin, 1891. L. 80. *6194.35
Lecoy de La Marche, A. Le treizi6me sicele
littlraire et scientifique. Lille, 1887. 8.
*2194.21
Morley, J. Studies in literature. London, 1891.
Sm. 8. 4574.136
Contents. Wordsworth.-Aphorisms. -Maineon popular
government.-A few words on French models.-On the
study of literature. Victor Hugo's Ninety-three. On The
ring and the book.- Memorials of a man of letters.-
Valedictory.
Rollin, C. De la maniere d'enseigner et d'6tudier
les belles-lettres. Nouv. id. Paris, 1770-87. 4
v. 120. 667ob.82
American.
American prose: Hawthorne: Irving: Long-
fellow: Whittier: Holmes: Lowell: Thoreau:
Emerson. With introd. and notes by the editor
of "American poems." Boston, 1880. 160. 4508.153
Huston, J., ed. Le repertoire national on recueil
de litt6rature canadienne. Montrbal, 1848-50. 4
v. in 2. 80. 4395.19
Authors.
Leland, C. G. Sunshine in thought. N. Y.,
1862. 160. 4509.192
Wright, A. M. Three months with the New
York herald. N. Y., 1891. 120. 4403.149
English.
Cooke, G. W. A guide-book to the works of R.
Browning. Boston, 1891. 80. 4553.16
Bibliography: The best things said of Robert Browning,
pp. ix-xiv.
Schelling, F. E. Poetic and verse criticism of
the reign of Elizabeth. Phila., 1891. 80.
No. I in *4400a.Io2.1
Taylor, B. The Echo club, and other literary
diversions. Boston, 1876. 240. *4399a.I2I
Astthovs.
Bunyan, J. Entire works. Ed. by H. Stebbing.
London. [1859.] 4 v. L. 80. *5501.61
Hunt, Leigh. A jar of honey from Mount Hybla.
London, 1883. Sm. 8. 4609.116
Men, women, and books. London, 1876. Sm.
80. 4609.113
Table-talk. New ed. London, 1882. Sm. 80.
4609.118
Paul, C. K. Faith and unfaith, and other essays.
London, 1891. Sm. 80. 4559.112
Piatt, J. J. A return to paradise, and other fly-
leaf essays. London, 1891. Sm. 80. 4406.147
French.
Faguet, t. Dix-septilme siicle: Itudes litt6-
raires. 7e Id. Paris, 1890. 120. 2678.139
Rocafort, J. Les doctrines litt6raires de 1'En-
cyclopldie ou le romantisme des encyclopedistes.
Paris, 1890. 80. 2671.11o
Taine, II. A. Essai sur les Fables de la Fontaine.
2e ed. Paris, 1853. 80. *2672.i13
Authors.
Barbey d'Aurevilly, J. A. Dernilres pol6-
miques. Paris, 1891. 160. 2678.143
Rabelais, F. (Euvres. Nouv. d., . accom-
pagn6e de notes par L. Jacob, bibliophile pseudd.
of P. LacroixJ. Paris, 1853. 120. 2678.141
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Literature Mathematics


Gaelic.
Campbell, J. F., ed. Leabhar na Feinne. Vol.
1. Gaelic texts. Heroic Gaelic ballads collected
in Scotland, chiefly from 1512 to 1871. London,
1872. F. *6560.7
Gaelic journal, The. Vol. 1. Boston, 1891. 80.
*7221.17
German.
Baechtold, J. Geschichte der deutschen Litera-
tur in der Schweiz. Lief. 1-6. Frauenfeld, 1887-
90. 80. 4861.53
Hench, G. A. The Monsee fragments. Newly
collated text. Strassburg, 1890. 80. 4884.51
Fragments of Old High German, probably of the Ixth
century.
Jenny, G. C. Miltons Verlornes Paradies in der
deutschen Literatur des 18. Jahrhunderts. St.
Gallen, 1890. 160. 2877.10o5
Oertel, G. E. J. Litterarischben Strdmungen der
neuestenZeit, insbesonderedie sogenannten "Jung-
deutschen." Heilbronn, 1887. 80. 2872.116
Greek.
Cramer, J. A., ed. Anecdota Graeca e codd. manu-
scriptis Bibliothecae regime Parisiensis. Oxonii,
nDCCCXXXIX, MDccCXLI. 4 v. 8. 2968.60
Krumbacher, C. Geschichte der byzantischen
Litteratur von Justinian his zum Ende des
bstromischen Reiches (527-1453.) Miinchen,
1891. 80. 2973.50.9, part i
Mueller, C. 0. A history of the literature of an-
cient Greece. London, 1858. 2 v. 80. 3074.4
Authors.
Ammonius, son of Hermeas. In Aristotelis
Proedicamenta commentaria. Venetiis. [M.D.XLV.]
160. No. 2 in *4979.28
- In librvm Aristotelis De interpretation commen-
taria. Venetiis. [M.D.XLV.] 16. No. 3 in *4979.28
- In Qvinqve voces Porphyrii commentaria.
Venetiis. [M.D.xLV.] 160. No. I in *4979.28
Homer. Odyssey. [Books 1-24.] Trans. by G.
H. Palmer. Boston, 1891. 120. 2998.77
Plato. Talks with Athenian youths. Transla-
tions [by Miss Ellen F. Mason] from the
Charmides, Lysis, Laches, Euthydemus, and
Theaetetus. N. Y., 1891. 160. 2969a.79
Irish.
Keating, G. ("The three shafts of death.")
The Irish text, ed. by R. Atkinson. Dublin, 1890.
[Royal Irish academy.] 80. *4584.124
Royal Irish academy. Proceedings. Irish Mss.
series. Vol.1, part 1. Dublin, 1870. 80. *4584.122
Stokes, W. On the Calendar of Oengus. Dublin,
1880. [Royal Irish academy. Transactions.] 40.
*458i.lox
Italian.
Simpson, L. F. The literature of Italy. To the
death of Boccaccio. London, 1851. Sm. 80. 2772.73
Latin.
Lateinische Litteraturdenkmiler des xv. und
xvI. Jahrhunderts. [B.] 1, 2. Berlin, 1891. 2
v. 160. 2937.51
Contents.- 1. Gvlielmvs Gnaphevs Acolastvr. Herausg.
von J. Bolte. 2. Eckivs dedolatvs. Herausg. von S.
Szamat6olki.
Schanz, M. Geschichte der rdmischen Litteratur
bis zum Gesetzgebungswerk des Kaisers Justinian.
Teil 1. Miinchen, 1891. 80. 2973.50.8, part I


Teuffel, W. S. Geschichte der r6mischen Litera-
tur. 4te Aufl. Leipzig, 1882. 80. 2957.61
Authors.
Florus, Lucius Annaeus. [Opera.] Cl. Salmasivs
addidit Lvcivm Ampelivm. Lvgd. Batav. Apud
Elzevirios. cIo.Ioc.xxxvIII. 240.
No. i in *4929a.75
Tacitus, Caius Cornelius. Historiarum libri qui
supersunt. With introd., notes, and index. By
W. A. Spooner. London, 1891. 80. 2942.16
Lithuanian.
Lithuanian books published in Plymouth, Pa.,
1886-89.
As follows: -
Apieka Diewo. Apraszimas isz padawimo xvirI.
amzio. 3069. 11
Barwinski, A. Pujkus apraszimaj tikru atsiti-
kimu isz czeso wajnos 1863 metu. 3069.1z5
Boleslawas. Arba antra dalis Genowefos. 3069.114
Historyje grazios Katrukos ir jos wyzoki atsiti-
kimaj. 3069.118
Hoffmann, A. F. F. Milek Artima Sawo. Historije
isz iajko francuzskos wajnos Afrykoj. 3069.116
Kalendorus del wygados Lietuwniku Ameryke.
Ant meto 1887. 3o69.121
Kunigas. Pujkus apraszimas isz padawymo
Lieutuwniku. 3069.113
iozinski, W. Surinkty skarbaj. Apraszimas isz
pabajgos xvis amzio. 3069. 110 o
Namelis pustelniko paraszitas del pujkiu
Lietuwniku. 3069.x12
Nera, J. W. Uisystanawik ant to geraj, arba
apmysliimaj apie keturis daijktus paskutynius.
3069. 17
Pauksztis, J. Spasabas grejto iisymokinimo
angelskos kalbos del Lietuwniku amerykie.
3069.12o
Senowes apraszimas apie duktery Filipo, karejwio,
paraszita del pujkiu Lietuwniku. 3069.109
Sumyszymas arba bajme tury dydeles akis. (Tikra
tejsybe isz Suwalku Guternijos.) 3o69.z19
Ttoczyfiski, A. Nedoribes Rimo Ciesorin. Historije
isz lajko ponawoimo Nerono. 3069.104
Turski, A. Juozapas Koniuszewskis, arba kanki-
nimas unijotu po waldze maskolaus. 3069.1o7
Maskolej 1612-tam mete, arba Jurgis Miloslaw-
skis. 3069.1o3
Szwiesa Diewo dienos tamsibej, arba Ne kris
nog gaiwos ne wienas plaukas, Kurys prie Diewo
pakarnej szaukias. 3069.0o8
Vulpius, C. A. Rinalda Rinaldinas, pagirtas
wadowas razbajniku xvIIi szimtmetije. 3069.1o5
Spanish.
Lastarria, J. V. Recuerdos literarios. Datos
para la historic literaria de la Am6rica Espafiola i
del progress intellectual en Chile. 2a ed. Santiago
de Chile, 1885. 80. **D.3xo4.5x
Tr6verret, A. de. La littdrature espagnole con-
temporaine. Le roman et le r6alisme. Paris,
1885. 80. 3093.106
Valera, J. Disertaciones y juicios literarios.
Madrid, 1890. 160. 3098.114
Swiss.
Rossel, V. Histoire litt6raire de la Suisse
romande. T. 2 [et dernier]. Geneve, 1891. 80.
2671.106.2
Mathematics.
Chapman, C. H. Thesis. Riemann's P-function.
Baltimore, 1890. 40. **E.5n11.2










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Dodgson, C. L. A new theory of parallels. 3d
ed. London, 1890. Sm. 80. 3939-94
Euclid. Elements. Books i. to vi. and parts of
books xi. xi. With notes. By J. S. Mackay.
London, 1890. Sm. S8. **E.5IIga.I
Hardy, A. S. Elements of the differential and
integral calculus. Boston, 1890. 80. 3936.88
Heath, I. S. Solid geometry. London, 1891.
Sm. 80. **5029a.99
Milne, J. J., and Davis, R. F. Geometrical
conics. Part 1. The parabola. London, 1890.
Sm. 80. **E.51gI.2I
Revue de math6matiques sp6ciales. le ann6e.
Paris. [1890, 91.] 40. **E.511.i
Scaliger, J. J. Cyclometrica element dvo.
Lvgdvni Batavorvm, CIo.I3.xciv. Sm. fo.
No. i in **E.5II2.29
- Mesolabivm. Lvgdvni Batavorym, cio.ia.xciv.
Sm. fo. No. 2 in **E.5II2.29

Medicine.
See also Physiology.
Blodgett, A. N. The continuous inhalation of
oxygen in cases of pneumonia otherwise fatal, and
in other diseases. Boston, 1890. 160. 3799.124
Bowman, W. H. The treatment of organic dis-
eases by the system of respiration and compati-
bilities. Boston, 1891. 12. 5794.58
Bryan, B. Kochism: experiment, not discovery.
London, 1890. 12. 3799.1I7
Graham, D). A treatise on massage. 2d ed.
N. Y., 1890. 80. 3790.99
Gray, H. C., and Bryan, C. II. A condensed
compendium of pharmaceutical knowledge. A
quiz book. 7th ed. Chicago, 1891. 160. 3789.10oo
Green, T. H. An introduction to pathology and
morbid anatomy. 6th Amer. ed., revised. Phila.,
1889. Illus. 80. 3795.IOI
Hoeven, J. van der. Over de zoogenaamde epi-
spadie bij de vrouw. Leiden, 1889. Plate. 8.
5772-74
Huijser, P. IIet antifebrine. Leiden, 1889. 80.
5785.67
Judson, A. B. Is more conservatism desirable
in the treatment of the joint diseases of children.
N. Y., 1889. 160. No. 3 in 7748.12
- The orthopedic treatment of paralysis of the
anterior muscles of the thigh. N. Y., 1888. 80.
No. 2 in 7748.12
- The treatment of white swelling of the knee.
[N. Y., 1886.] 16. No. i in 7748.12
Koch, R. The cure of consumption. Further
communications. London, 1890. 80. 3795.102
Lazarus, M. E. Homccopathy, a theoretic
demonstration with social applications. N. Y.,
1851. 120. 5807.33
Monks, G. H. Operations for correcting the
deformity due to prominent ears. Boston, 1891.
Illus. 16. 3808.38
Ridlon, J. F. The non-operative treatment of
delayed union in fractures of the leg. N. Y.,
1891. 120. 5749a.87
Robinson, T. Baldness and greyness. 3d ed.
London, 1891. Sm. 8. 3799.125
Schmal, F. D. Over de pathologische anatomie
van het endometrium. Leiden, 1890. Plates. 80.
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Skinner, D. N. The care of the eyes. Boston,
1891. Illus. 120. 3809.110
Smith, Q. C. The treatment of chronic tuber-
cular consumption. Austin. [1890.] 80. 3794.103
Snoo, P. de. Zwavel in het darmkanaal van
mensch en dier. Utrecht, 1890. 80. 5782.54
United States. Department of agriculture.
Bureau of animal industry. Special report on the
diseases of the horse. Washington, 1890. 80.
8002.55
White, J. C. Immigrant dermatoses. [Boston,
1890.] 80. 5790a.72
Hospitals and Institutions.
Franklin, B. Some account of the Pennsylvania
hospital. [Anon.] Phila., 1754. Sm. 40.
**K.x2.2I
Galvin, G. W. The necessity of an emergency
hospital in the business district of Boston. Bos-
ton, 1891. 16. 7765.57
Lane, L. C. Addresses on the occasion of the
commencement exercises of Cooper medical col-
lege, 1890, by L. C. Lane, and by E. R. Taylor.
San Francisco. [1890.] 80. 4492.125
New York ophthalmic and aural institute.
Annual report, 21st. N. Y., 1890. 80. *7801.64
Thompson, J. H. Addresses at the twenty-first
commencement of the Medical department of
Georgetown college, by J. H. Thompson and
P. T. Keene. Washington, 1870. 8. 4497.226
Insanity and Nervous Diseases.
Call, Annie P. Power through repose. Boston,
1891. 16. 3586.71
Hifelt, I. A. Het hypnotisme in verband met het
strafrecht. Leiden, 1889. 8. 36o01.110o
Luys, J. B. Hypnotisme experimental. Paris,
1890. Illus. 160. 3809.111
New Jersey. Report of the joint committee
upon the State lunatic asylum, at Trenton, N. J.
Trenton, 1890. 80. *7806.41
- State institution for feeble-minded women.
Annual report. [1st, 2d.] Camden, 1889, 90. 80.
*78o6.40
Yung, t. Hypnotisme et spiritisme. Genive,
1890. 8. 3605.113

Military Science and
History.
See also Naval Art.
Dodge, T. A. Hannibal: a history of the art of
war among the Carthaginians and Romans. With
227 charts, maps, cuts. Boston, 1891. [Great
captains.] 80. 2754.61
Great Britain. War office. Details of equip-
ment of Her majesty's army. Part 2, section 1-
11. Peace. London, 1890. Sm. 80. *3958.105
Historicus, pseud. Relation de la defense des
retranchements sur la hauteur de Carillon. [Qn6-
bec, 1844.] 80. *4313.111
Marvin, J. D. Instructions for the use and care
of Gatling guns. [Washington.] 1875. Illus.
o8. No. iz in *5952.53; No. ii in *5957.37
- The theory and practice of granulating gun-
powder. Annapolis, 1875. Plates. 8.
No. 14 in *5957.37
Memorial de artilleria, publicado por este cuerpo.
Aiio 46. Serie 30. T. 22. Entrega 1l. Madril,
1890. Plates. 80. 3957.103










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Moch, G. La poudre sans fum6e et la tactique.
Paris, 1890. 80. 3954.II1
Monfroni von Monfort, M., Ritter. Prismatic
powder. Washington, 1872. 80. No. 4in *5957.37
Pratt, S. C. Field artillery. 4th ed. London,
1890. Sm. 80. 3958.106
Reader, F. S. History of the Fifth West Vir-
ginia cavalry, formerly the Second Virginia in-
fantry, and of Battery G, First West Va. light
artillery. New Brighton, Pa., 1890. Portrs. 80.
*4423.I59
Rogerson, W. Historical records of the 53d
(Shropshire) regiment, now the 1st battalion the
King's (Shropshire L. I.). London. [1890.] Col.
plates. 80. *6522.54
Whipple, G. M. History of the Salem light in-
fantry. Salem, 1890. 80. *4353.112
Wyatt, J. History of the First battalion Cold-
stream guards during the eastern campaign, 1854
to 1856. [London.] 1858. 80. *6523.72

Missions and Charitable
Institutions.
Boston children's aid society. Addresses, March
24, 1890. Boston, 1890. 120. *7575.64
Centenary conference on the protestant missions
of the world. Report. 3d ed. London, 1889.
2 v. 80. 3533.53
Martin de Nantes, Capuchin priest. Relation
succinte et sincere de [sa] mission dans le Br6sil,
parmi les Indiens appel6s Cariris. Quimper.
[1806. ERimprim6.] 120. 2318.67
New Jersey. State charities aid association. An-
nual report [4th]. Camden, 1890. 80. *7577.00oo
Pennsylvania. Commission of soldiers' orphan
schools. Annual report [1st]. Harrisburg, 1890.
Illus. 80. *6365.62
Scudder, J. Tales for little readers, about the
heathen. N. Y. [1849.] Illus. 240. 5539.68
Young, E. R. By canoe and dog-train among the
Cree and Salteaux Indians. London, 1890. Illus.
Sm. 80. *4366.120
An account of mission work in British Columbia.
Music.
Biddle, H.P. The musical scale. Boston, 1867.
120. 4049.108
Caswell, A. S., and Ryan, J. E., eds. The
Eeolian. Boston, 1888. 160, obl. 8059.54
Cirillo, V. The Neapolitan school [of singing].
Boston, 1882. 120. 8049.109
Meister, The. The quarterly journal of the
London branch of the Wagner society. London,
1888-90. 3 v. in 1. 80. *8058.57
Normand, T. E. X. L'arch6ologie musical et le
vrai chant gr6gorien. Ouvrage posthume de Th6o-
dore Nisard pseudd.] Paris, 1890. L. 80. 8043.106
Petersburg musical association. A brief history,
the charter, and the constitution and by-laws.
Petersburg, Va., 1890. 80. 8058.55
Musical convention, ninth, and seventh music
festival. [Petersburg.] 1890. 40. *8o58.56
Raven, J. J. The church bells of Suffolk. Lon-
don, 1890. Illus. 80. *2502.131
Rockstro, R. S. A treatise on the flute. Lon-
don, 1890. 80. 8045.103


Military Science Numismatics

Natural Science.
Maynard, C. J. Contributions to science. Vol.
1. No. 1-3. Newtonville, 1889. 80. *581n.i7
Meriden scientific association. Proceedings and
transactions. 1889-90. Vol. 4. Meriden, 1891.
Illus. 80. *7916.53
Taft, C. H. The progress of science and its in-
fluence on modern civilization. Address. Boston,
1891. 8. 7801.65
Naval Art.
Barber, F. M. Lecture on submarine boats.
Newport, 1875. Plates. 80. No. 6 in *5957.38
Boynton, C. B. The navies of England, France,
America, and Russia. N.Y., 1865. 80. *7955.34
Bradford, R. F. Mode of fabricating the xv-inch
guns contracted for by the Navy department, with
the Knap Fort Pitt foundry." Washington,
1872. Plates. 80. No. 5 in *5957.38
Collum, R. S. History of the United States ma-
rine corps. Phila., 1890. Portrs. 8. *3953.o10
Converse, G. A. Notes on torpedo fuzes. New-
port, 1875. 80. No. 4 in *5957.38
Great Eastern. An illustrated description of the
great steam ship. London. [1858?] 120. 7959.25
Hill, W. N. Notes on explosives, and their appli-
cation in torpedo warfare. Newport, 1875. 80.
No. 2 in *5957.38
Hovgaard, G. W. Submarine boats. London,
1887. Illus. Sm. 80. 3959.115
Ludlow, N. Report on spar torpedoes, U. S. S.
Monongahela. [Washington.] 1875. 80.
No. 5 in *5957.38
Mason, T. B. M. Organization of landing parties
for operations on shore. [Washington.] 1875.
Plates. 80. No. 15 in *5957.37
Notes on movable torpedoes. [Washington.]
1873. Plate. 80. No. i in *5957.38
Sicard, M. Description of naval 3-in. b. 1. how-
itzers. [Washington.] 1876. Plates. 80.
No. 12 in *5957.37
United States. Hydrographic office. The mag-
netism of ships, and the deviations of the com-
pass. Washington, 1867. 80. *3956.io8
Ordnance bureau. Navy. Gunnery notes.
[Washington.] 1871. 80. No. 2 in *5957.37
-- Instructions for care and preparation of
ammunition. [Washington.] 1874. 80.
No. 6 in *5952.53; No. 13 in *5957.37
- Laboratory notes. [Part 1. Smooth-bore
ammunition.] [Washington.] 1871. 80.
No. i in *5957.37
- Landing drill of naval brigade at Key West,
March 23, 1874. [Washington.] 1874. Plates.
8. No. 8 in *5952.53; No. 16 in *5957.37
- The Reffye gun. [Washington.] 1873. 8.
No. Io in *5952.53; No. io in *5957.37
Numismatics.
Blancard, L. Le besant d'or sarrazinas pendant les
croisades. Marseille, 1880. Illus. 80. *3022.I03
Imhoof-Blumer, F. Griechische Miinzen. [Miin-
chen, 1890.] 80. *3254.1.i8
SMcSherry, R. M. The national medals of the
United States. Baltimore, 1887. 80. *4472.9.25
Michels, I. C. The current gold and silver coins
of all nations, reduced to the standard of the United
SStates. 5th ed. Phila., 1884. L. 80. 2220.65
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Samuels, [M. V.?] The Samuels collection of au-
tographs, also coins. N. Y. [1888.] 120. 6114.17

Oceanica.
Dawe, W. C. The golden lake: a journey
through the great lone land of Australia. London,
1890. Illus. Sin. 8. *3048.123
Godwin's emigrant's guide to Van Diemen's land.
London, 1823. 80. *3041.112
Goodridge, C. M. Narrative of a voyage to the
South seas, and eight years' residence in Van Die-
men'sland. 2ded. London,1833. Illus. 120. 3048.120
Sturt, C. Narrative of an expedition into central
Australia, during 1844, 5, and 6. London, 1849.
2 v. Illus. 80. 3041.111

Periodicals.
Including Indexes to Periodicals and Books.
Bernardini, N. Guida della stampa periodic
italiana. Lecce, 1890. 8. *2164.21
Century guild hobby horse, The. No. 1, April,
1884. Orpington, Kent, 1884. 40. **4571.128
Hartford seminary record, The. Vol. 1, no. 2, 3.
Hartford, 1890, 91. 80. *7506.55
Magazine of Christian literature. Vol. 3, no. 4,
5. N. Y., 1891. L. 80. *7470.7
National newspaper agency. National newspaper
price list. Quincy, Mich. [1884.] 80. *6141.71
Speaker, The: a review of politics, letters,
science, and the arts. Vol. 1. London. [1890.]
40. *7221.15
Indexes.
Archives des missions scientifiques et litt6raires.
Table g6n6rale jusqu'au tome xv inclus. Paris,
1890. 80. *6224.51. 3e serie
France. Assemblee national. Chambre des
deputes. Tables analytiques des Annales, 4e
legislature, 1885-1889, parties : Table des
matieres. Paris, 1890. 4. *6653.4 (1885-89)
Holder-Egger, 0., and Zeumer, C. Indices
eorvm qvae Monvmentorvm Germaniae histori-
corvm tomis hvcvsque editis continentur. Hanno-
verae, MDCCcxc. 40. *48202.85
Index to the first volume of the parish registers of
Gainford, Durham. Part 3 [and last]. Burials,
1569-1784. London, 1890. 80. *2495.121.3
Revue critique de 16gislation et de jurisprudence.
Tables d6cennales. 1860-1881. Par E. Dramard.
Paris. [1882?] 80. *7614.6
Schmidt, A. Verzeichniss der in A. Schmidt's
Atlas der Diatomaceenkunde Heft 1-36 seriese 1-3)
abgebildeten Arten und benannten VarietLten.
Leipzig, 1890. L. 80. *7890.3
Schuerer, E. Index to Schiirer's History of the
Jewish people in the time of Christ. Edinb., 1891.
80. *2292.78
Philosophy.
See also Natural Science; Religion.
HSffding, H. Outlines of psychology. London,
1891. Sm. 80. 3609.112
Memory, The. A bi-monthly publication. Vol.
1. Harrisburg, Pa. [1890, 91.] 160. 3608.113
Monchamp, G. Histoire du cart6sianisme en
Belgium. [Bruxelles, 1886.] 80. *3408.1.39
Perrin, R. L. The student's dream. [Anon.]
Chicago, 1881. 160. 4509.190


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Sibly, E. A new and complete illustration of the
celestial science of astrology. 13th ed. London,
1826. 40. *5921.34
Stirling, J. H. Philosophy and theology. Edinb.,
1890. [Gifford lectures.] 8. 3494-57
Uhl, L. L. Attention: a historical summary of
the discussions concerning the subject. Baltimore,
1890. 80. 3605.114
Volkmann von Volkmar, W. F., Bitter. Lehr-
buch der Psychologie vom Standpunkte des Realis-
mus und nach genetischer Methode. Ctthen,
1884, 85. 2 v. 8. 3605.112
Weddingen, A. van. Essai d'introduction a l'6tude
de la philosophic. Les bases de l'objectivit6 de la
connaissance dans le domaine de la spontaneit; et de
la r6flexion. [Bruxelles, 1889.] 80. *3408.1.42
Ethics.
Berg, L. Das sexuelle Problem in der modernen
Litteratur. 2te Aufl. Berlin, 1890. 80. 3574.74
Conway, M. D. George Washington's rules of
civility traced to their sources. London, 1890.
Sm. 80. 3589-92
Drummond, H. "First!" A talk with boys.
N. Y., 1891. 120. 7439a.97
Martensen, H. L. Christian ethics. Special
part. First division: individual ethics. 3d ed.
Ediub., 1888. [Clark's foreign theological library.]
80. 3584.33
- Second division: social ethics. Edinb., 1889.
[Clark's foreign theological library.] 80. 3584.32

Physics.
See also Chemistry; Electricity; Industrial and
Mechanical Arts; Mathematics.
Borel, P. De vero telescopic inventor [Zacha-
rias Janse] . accessit etiam centvria ob-
servationvm microcospicarum. Hagne-Comitum,
M.DC.LV. Sm. 4. 3929.86
Donaldson, W. Transmission of power by fluid
pressure. London, 1888. 80. 3941.61
Feen,J.van der. Overgolfbeweging in eene onsa-
mendrukbarevloeistof. Leiden, 1889.80. 3975.105
Felts, W. W. Principles of science. A scien-
tific treatise on the absoluteness of circular mo-
tion and the evolution of force. San Francisco,
1890. 120. 3918.77
Gustin, II. A. Aerial navigation and its solution.
Cambridge, 1891. 16". 3969.157
Le Bouleng4, P. Description and use of Le Bou-
leng6's chronograph. Plates. 80. No. 7 in *5957.37
The determination of the time of flight of pro-
jectiles, etc., by means of the electric clepsydra.
[Washington.] 1873. 80. No. 6 in *5957.37
Peabody, C. H. Thermodynamics of the steam-
engine and other heat-engines. N. Y., 1890. Illus.
80. 3942-76
Prentice, C. F. The perfected prismometer.
Rochester, N. Y., 1891. Illus. 80. 5922.98
Routh, E. J. A treatise on analytical statics.
Vol. 1. Cambridge, 1891. 80. **E.5127.I
Wright, L. Optical projection: a treatise on the
use of the lantern. London, 1891. Sm. 80. 3929.87
Zapata, F. J. Extracts from a description of the
Zapata chronograph, used to determine more than
one velocity in the same trajectory. Annapolis,
1875. 80. No. 7 in *5952.53; No. 9 in *5957-37
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Physiology Poetry


Physiology and Biology.
See also Medicine.
Bourget, P. Physiologic de l'amour moderne.
Paris, 1891. 160. ***3779.o10
Bowen, F. Remarks on the latest form of the de-
velopment theory. Cambridge, 1860. 4. 3820a.74
Burnett, W. I. Researches upon spermatic par-
ticles among vertebrated animals. Cut from
American academy of arts and sciences. Me-
moirs. 1855. 388oa.57
Martin, H. N. The human body. Edition with
special treatment of alcohol and other narcotics.
N. Y., 1890. Illus. 120. 3769.119

Poetry.
Kawczynski, M. Essai comparatif sur l'origine et
l'histoire des rythmes. Paris, 1889. 80. 2672.117
Collections.
Brooke, Charlotte, ed. Reliques of Irish poetry.
Dublin, 1789. 40. *4560a.1o3
Christmas poems and pictures. N. Y., 1865.
Sq. 80. 4402.132
Codex Exoniensis. A collection of Anglo-Saxon
poetry with trans., notes and indexes, by B.
Thorpe. London, 1842. 80. *4582.1o8
Columbian songster, The. N. Y., 1797. 12.
*4509a.148
Farmer, J. Gaudeamus: a selection of songs for
colleges and schools. London, 1890. L. 80. 8051.213
Furnivall, F. J. Love poems and humourous
ones. Written at the end of a volume of small
printed books, A. D. 1614-1619, in the British
Museum. Hertford, 1874. [Ballad society.] 80.
***4562.II9
Garland, A, of new songs. Newcastle upon Tyne.
[1810?-1816?] 12pts.inlv. 160. *4579a.140
Hulburd, P., ed. English love lyrics. (1500-
1800 ) London. [1891.] [The Canterbury poets.]
160. 2560b.Il4
Hunt, Leigh. Imagination and fancy; or, selec-
tions from the English poets. New ed. London,
1883. Sm. 80. 4609.x14
Magazine of poetry. Illus. Vol. 2. Buffalo, N. Y.,
1890. Portrs. Sm. 40. *7276.I
Palgrave, F. T., compiler. The golden treasury
of the best songs and lyrical poems in the English
language. London, 1890. Sm. 80. 4569a.132
Sanborn, Kate. A year of sunshine. Cheerful
extracts for every day in the year. Boston, 1884.
16. 4404.141
Sharp, W., ed. Great odes: English and Ameri-
can. London. [1891.] [Canterbury poets.] 16.
2560b. 13
Venus-Gartlein. Ein Liederbuchdes xvi. Jahr-
hunderts. Nach dem Drucke von 1656. Halle a.
S., 1890. 160. *2879.0o8.86-89
Religious Poetry.
Emerson, L. O., and Emerson, E. U. Praise in
song for the Sunday school, the prayer meeting
and the home. Boston, 1888. 80. 8048.104
Messiter, A. H., ed. Choir office-book. Angli-
can and plain-song music as used in Trinity church,
New York. N.Y., 1891. 80. 8048.105
Miller, J. Our hymns: their authors and origin.
London, 1866. Sm. 80. 3448.105


American and English.
JEsopus. The eagle and the robin. Now ren-
dred in familiar verse. By H. G. L. Mag. London,
1709. Sm. 80. No. 12 in **6567.21
Aldrich, T. B. The sisters' tragedy with other
poems. Boston, 1891. 120. 4402.112
Arnold, Sir E. The light of the world; or, thegreat
consummation. London, 1891. Sm. 80. 3446.85
Autumnleaves. [Selected poems.] 12. 4509.111
Aytoun, W. E. Lays of the Scottish cavaliers and
other poems. Withintrod. by H. Morley. London,
1891. [Companion poets.] Sm. 8. 4568.137
Bates, Charlotte F. Risk, and other poems. Bos-
ton, 1879. 240. 4509a. 56
Baynard, E. Health, a poem. 4th ed. London,
1731. Sm. 80. ***6563.96
Bell, C. D. Voices from the lakes, and other
poems. 2d ed. London, 1881. Sm. 80. 4569a.122
Bennett, W. C. Poems. London, 1862. Sm. 80.
6567.88
- Queen Eleanor's vengeance. And other poems.
London, 1857. 120. 6566.xoo
- Songs by a song-writer. London, 1859. 8.
6563.95
- Songs for sailors. London, 1872. Portr. Sm.
80. 6567.89
- The worn wedding-ring, and other poems.
London, 1861. 80. 6566.97
Blackmore, Sir R. The Kit-cats, a poem. Lon-
don, 1708. Sm. 80. No. 3 in ***6567.2i
Bladensburg races, The. Written shortly after
tihe capture of Washington city, Aug. 24, 1814.
N. p., 1816. [Repr., 1865.] L. 4. *4500.22
A satirical poem on Madison.
Blood, B. P. The bride of the iconoclast. [Anon.]
Boston, 1854. 120. 4508.145
Browning, Elizabeth B. Earlier poems. Lon-
don, 1878. Sm. 80. ***4564.124
Bulwer-Lytton, E. R. L., 1st earl of Lytton.
Poems of Owen Meredith (the earl of Lytton).
Selected. London. [1890.] [The Canterbury
poets.] 160. 2560b.112
Chilton, R. S. Poems. Goderich, 1885. 120.
4508.144
Colby, H. W. Local philosophy and other
rhymes. Taunton, Mass., 1885. 80. 4508.147
Collins, W. Ballads, songs, and poems. 5th ed.
N. Y., 1890. Portr. 16. 4565.128
Coolbrith, Ina D. A perfect day, and other
poems. San Francisco, 1881. 120. 4509.z03
Couch, Ancrem, pseud.? Weenonah: a narrative
poem. N. Y. [1881.] 240. *4509a.149
Currier, M. Early poems. [Manchester, N. H.]
1880. 120. 4507.107
Darrow, A. R. Iphigenia; a legend of the Iliad.
And other poems. By an author unknown. Buf-
falo, 1888. Sq. 16. 4409.165
Dillon, W., 4th earl of Roscommon. An essay
on translated verse. London, 1709. Sm. 8.
No. 15 in ***6567.21
-Horace: of the art of poetry. London, 1709.
Sm. 80. No. 14 in ***6567.21
Dream, The, of the Solan goose. London, 1709.
Sm. 80. No. Io in *6567.21
Dryden, J. Absalom aId Achitophel. [Anon.]
London, 1708. Sm. 80. No. 4 in.***6567.2I


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Poetry

Durivage, F. A. The Glenaloon and other poems.
N. Y., 1881. 120. 4509.183
Evans, S. Brother Fabian's manuscript; and
other poems. London, 1865. Sm. 80. 4568.126
Everhart, J. B. The fox chase. Phila., 1874.
Illus. 120. 45oga.i55
Excusatus,pseud. Love'sexcuse. Mundus: Venus,
Cupid, and Psyche. Anno 5885. 160. *4509.191
The presentation is signed H. P. B.
Gill, A. Musings by Pequit brookside. Boston,
1888. 160. 4507.105
Goodchild, J. A. Somnia medici. London,
1884. Sm. 80. 4569a.124
Goodhue, E. S. Verses from the valley. Oak-
land, 1888. 120. 4509.113
Haskell, B. D. Zethar, the celestial visitant.
Haverhill, 1863. 160. 4509.114
Heavysege, C. Jephthah's daughter. Montreal,
1865. Sm. 80. 4509.101
Heney, T. In middle harbour; and other verses,
chiefly Australian. London, 1890. Sm. 80.
4579a.I43
Hill, T. In the woods and elsewhere. [Anon.]
Portland, 1887. 160. 4509a.145
Holmes, O. W. Grandmother's story of Bunker
hill battle. N.Y., 1883. Sm. 40. *4402.II3
Honeywood, Patty. Poems. London, 1883.
Sm. 80. 6566.99
Horneck, P. An ode. Inscribed to the earl of
Wharton, lord lieutenant of Ireland. London,
1709. Sm. 80. No. 7 in **6567.21
Jones, Julia C. Valhalla, the myths of Norse-
land. San Francisco, 1878. 120. 2879.123
Kinney, C. Lyrics of the ideal and the real.
[1887.] 120. 4397.129
Laing, D., ed. Two Bannatyne garlands from
Abbotsford. [Edinburgh.] 1848. Sm. 80.
No. I in *46o9.1II
Laneham, R. Captain Cox, his ballads and books;
or Robert Laneham's letter, whearin part of the
entertainment untoo the queenz majesty at Killing-
worth castle, 1575, . is signified. Re-edited
with the Complaynt of Scotland, 1548-9. By F.
J. Furnivall. London, 1871. [Ballad society.]
80. *6516.8
Lathrop, G. P. Gettysburg: a battle ode.
N. Y., 1888. 160. 4397.117
Lauder, G. Tears on the death of Evander,
occasioned by the lamentable losse of the truelie
noble and generous, Sir Iohn Svynton knight.
Hagh anno Diii. 1630. [Repr. Edinb., 1848.]
[Bannatyne club.] 80. No. 2 in *46o9.1z1
Leighton, W. Poems. Illus. by J. Leighton.
London, 1890. Portr. Sm. 80. 4567.130
Leyton, F. The shadows of the lake, and other
poems. London, 1890. Sm. 80. 4568.138
Lister, T. The rustic wreath. Leeds, 1834.
Sm. 80. 6567.95
Little, Lizzie M. Persephone, and other poems.
Dublin, 1884. Sm. 80. 4569a.123
Lloyd, Sophia W. Poems. Cincinnati, 1887.
160. 4509.188
Long vacation, The. A satyr. London, 1708.
Sm. 80. No. 6 in ***6567.21
Mackay, E. A lover's litanies, and other poems.
London, 1890. Sm. 80. 4569a.1z3
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M'Laren, J. W. Rhymes frae the Chimla-lug.
Edinb., 1881. Sm. 80. 4569a.z29
Mead, C. American minstrel: consisting of
poetical essays. Phila., 1828. 240. *450ga.i53
Milton, J. Paradise regained: added minor
poems, sonnets, and psalms. With notes, by H.
Stebbing. N. Y., 1843. 240. 6568.1I1
Mitchell, S. W. A psalm of deaths and other
poems. Boston, 1890. 80. *4402.133
Neaves, C. Songs and verses, social and scien-
tific. By an old contributor to Maga. 3d ed.
Edinb., 1869. Sm. 80. 4569a.127
Nesbit, E. Leaves of life. London, 1888.
Sm. 80. 4406.148
O'Hagan, T. A gate of flowers and other poems.
Toronto, 1887. 120. 4509.10o4
One week at Amer, an American city of the
nineteenth century. Boston, 1858. 160. 4509.118
Parke, W. Patter poems, humorous and serious.
London. [1885.] Sm. 80. 4568.136
Parker, A. A. Poems at fourscore. 2d ed.
Keene, 1877. 160. 4509.187
Paterson, S. V. R. Poems of twin graduates of
the College of New Jersey. S. V. R. and William
Paterson. Newark, 1882. Portrs. 120. 4397.128
Perry, Lilla C. The heart of the weed. [Anon.]
Boston, 1886. 120. *4397.125
Peterson, H. The modern Job. Phila., 1869.
120. 4509.185
Philo-Milton, pseud. Milton's sublimity asserted.
London, 1709. Sm. 80. No. 8 in ***6567.2I
Poston, C. D. Apache-land. San Francisco,
1878. 80. 4508.154
Quincy, J. P. Lyteria: a dramatic poem. Bos-
ton, 1854. 160. *4509.x12
Rhymes of science: wise and otherwise. N. Y.,
1879. Illus. 160. 4509.116
Rice, G. E. Nugamenta. Boston, 1860. 120.
4508.156
Rutter, R. B. Leaves from a spiritual diary.
[Anon.] London. [1883.] Sm. 80. 4507. 108
St. James's park: a satyr. London, 1709.
Sm. 80. No. 9 in *.*6567.22
Sangster, C. Hesperus, and other poems and
lyrics. Montreal, 1860. 120. 4508.155
Sawyer, W. The legend of Phyllis with a year
of song. London, 1872. 120. 4568.135
Sheffield, Sir J., 1st duke of Buckingham. The
temple of death, by the marquis of Normanby: a
translation out of French. London, 1709. Sm.
8. No. 13 in *6567.2l
Shippen, W. Faction displayed. [Anon.] Lon-
don, 1709. Sm. 80. No. 5 in *,*6567.21
Stuart, H. A. Nat Zoan; a romance of Borneo.
San Francisco, 1876. 80. 4508.150
Sumner, S. B. Poems: by S. B. Sumner and C.
A. Sumner. N.Y., 1877. Portrs. 120. 4508.149
Sutherland, A. Thirty short poems. Mel-
bourne, 1890. Sm. 80. 4409.164
Taylor, S. W. The storming of Quebec, in three
cantos. Phila., 1829. 240. *4509a.i52
Tennyson, A., baron. Ballads and other poems.
Boston, 1880. 120. 1314.18
Thomson, W. Leddy May and other poems.
Glasgow, 1883. Sm. 80. 4569a.z25









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Traddles, M. Poems, sketches. Cincinnati, 1890.
12. 4508.157
Tytler, P. F. Ane Bannatyne garlande, brevit be
Maister Patrick, of the kingis chekar. Dunedin,
1826. 80. No. 3 in *46o9.ii
- A new Bannatyne garland. 1828. 80.
No. 4 in *46o9. ii
Watt, J. Lays of love and fatherland. Bally-
mena. 12. 6566.98
Webster, Augusta. A book of rhyme. London,
1881. Sm. 80. 4569.159
- Yu-pe-ya's lute. A Chinese tale. London, 1874.
Sm. 80. 4569a.i26
Wilmot, J., 2d earl of Rochester. The history
of insipids, a lampoon. London, 1709. Sm. 80.
No. ii in *6567.21
Zalo and Zimee. [Middletown, Conn., 188-?]
160. 4509.102
French.
Bucher, G. C. Un mule de Climent Marot. Les
posies de Bucher. Publi6es pour la premiere fois,
par J. Denais. Paris, 1890. 80. 2672.I14
Gautier d'Arras. (Envres. Publi6es par E.
Loseth. Paris, 1890. 2 v. [BibliothBque fran-
qaise du moyen age.] 80. 4670.62
Sbderhjelm, W., ed. De Saint Laurent: poeme
anglo-normand du xiIe siecle. Paris, 1888. 80.
2672.115
German.
Elze, C. F. Gedichte. Halle, 1878. Sq. 160.
2878.106
Golther, W., ed. Das Lied vom hiirnen Seyfrid
nach der Druckredaction des 16. Jahrhunderts.
Halle a/S., 1889. 160. *2879.1o8.8i, 82
Roland, Chanson de. Das Rolandslied des Pfaffen
Konrad. Nach der altdcutschen Vorlage iibersetzt
von R. E. Ottmann. Leipzig. [1890.] [Univer-
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Italian.
Petrarca, F. Rime. Con l'interpretazione di G.
Leopardi. 8a impression. Firenze, 1886. 16o.
2773.72

Political Economy.
See also Commerce; Political Science; Social
Science.
American economic association. Publications.
Vol. 5, no. 6. The educational value of political
economy. By S. N. Patten. [Baltimore.] 1890.
80. No. 6 in *5560a.10.5
Atkinson, E. Consumption limited -production
unlimited. An address. Columbia, 1889. 80.
3565.113
Barrows, H. D. International bi-metallism. Los
Angeles, 1891. 80. 3642.79
Dixwell, G. B. Review of an article by W. M.
Springer, Incidental taxation." N. Y., 1883. 80.
7643.30
Dunbar, C. F. Chapters on the theory and history
of banking. N. Y., 1891. 120. 5644.66
Economic tracts. No. 1-31. N. Y., 1881-90. 120.
*5649a.59
Franklin, B. La science du Bonhomme Richard
avec 6tude sur Franklin par C. Simond. Paris.
[1889.] 160. **K.27.28
Hale, E. E. Tom Torrey's tariff talks. Boston,
1888. 80. .5644,62


Poetry- Religion

Howell, G. Trade unionism. London, 1891.
Sm. 80. 3569.122
Keynes, J. N. The scope and method of political
economy. London, 1891. 120. 5644.64
Laveleye, A. L. V. de. Luxury. London, 1891.
120. 3568.125
Lifting the burden from labor. What the Mills
bill is. N.Y., 1888. 120. 5562.86
Mallet, Sir L. Free exchange: including chapters
on the law of value and unearned increment.
London, 1891. 80. 3644.79
Philpott, H. J. Tariff chats. N. Y., 1888.
[Questions of the day.] 80. 7643.32
Playfair, Sir L. The tariffs of the United States
in relation to free trade. Speech. London, 1890.
[Cobden club leaflets.] 8". 5644.59
Price, L. L. F. R. A short history of political
economy in England. London, 1891. Sm. 80.
5644.67
Sherman, P. A tariff primer. The effects of
protection upon the farmer and laborer. N. Y.,
1891. 120. 5644.65
Political Science.
See also Political Economy; Social Science.
Aristoteles. On the constitution of Athens. Ed.
by F. G. Kenyon. [London.] 1891. 80. 2972.79
Blair, A. A new suggestion in ballot reform.
The registered envelope plan. St. Louis, 1889.
80. 5562.85
Hart, A. B. Introduction to the study of federal
government. [2d ed.] Boston, 1891. [Harvard
historical monographs.] 80. 3565.114
Bibliography, pp. 178-192.
Pillsbury, A. E. Public spirit. Oration before
the City council and citizens of Boston, July 4,
1890. Boston, 1890. 80. 4456.103; *4456.11 (1890)
Contains A list of Boston municipal orators by C. W. Ernst.
Welling, J. C. Connecticut federalism. N. Y.,
1890. 80. *4436.135
Quotations.
Belton, J. D. A literary manual of foreign quo-
tations. N. Y., 1891. 120. 6248.76
Sardou, A. L. Petites erreurs et petites igno-
rances. Repertoire A l'usage de ceux qui ne savent
pas, qui savent mal ou qui croient savoir. Paris,
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Railroads.
Acworth, W. M. The railways and the traders.
London, 1891. Sm. 80. 3654.65
Cole, W. H. Notes on permanent-way material,
platelaying, and points and crossings. London,
1890. Plates. Sm. 80. 8019.170
Handbook of railroad securities. Jan., 1890.
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Massachusetts. Report by [E. S. Philbrick] on
Troy & Greenfield railroad surveys. Boston, 1874.
8. *5655.64
Salwey,E.R. Light railways as a practical means
of exploration. London,1890. Illus. 80. 8o15.119

Religion.
See also Missions; Philosophy; Poetry (Religious);
Sermons.
Drummond, H. The changed life. N. Y., 1891.
120. 3457.132









Religion

Hieronymus, St. (St. Jerome.) Omnes qvae
extant D. Hieronymi Stridonensis Lvcvbrationes,
additis vna psevdepigraphis et alienis, scriptis
ipsivs admixtis, per Des. Erasmvm Roterodamvm
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***5470.6o
King, J. M. Religion and the state. An address.
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Koetschau, P. Die Textiiberlieferung der
Biicher des Origenes gegen Celsus in den Hand-
schriften dieses Werkes und der Philokalia.
Leipzig, 1889. 80. No. I in *3504.50.6
Lovell, A. The ideal of man. London, 1891.
Sm. 80. 3586.72
Miller, J. The divine authority of Holy Scripture
asserted, from its adaptation to the real state of
human nature. 2d ed. Oxford, 1819. [Bampton
lectures, 1817.] 80. *75o4.8
Mueller, F. M. Physical religion. London, 1891.
[Gifford lectures, 1890.] Sm. 80. 3495.87
Oxford house papers; a series of [religions]
papers for working men, written by members of
the University of Oxford. London, 1890. 2 v.
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Raebiger, J. F. Encyclopaedia of theology.
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Sartorius, E. W. C. The doctrine of divine
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Saussaye, P. D. Chantepie de la. Lehrbuch der
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3493.102
Werner, J. Der Paulinismus des Irenasus.
Leipzig, 1889. 8. No. 2 in *3504.50.6
Westcott, B. F. Essays in the history of relig-
ions thoughtin the West. London, 1891. Sm. 80.
5526.64
White, E. Number in nature, an evidence of
creative intelligence. Boston, 1885. 120. *7486.16

Ceremonial, Devotional, Doctrinal.
American unitarian association. Five services
for public worship. [Boston, 1890.] 80. 7462.24
Beecher, C. Redeemer and redeemed. Boston,
1864. 80. 3455-104
Dutton, W. E., editor. The Eucharistic manuals
of J. and C. Wesley. London, 1871. Sm. 80.
3459.124
Ewald, G. H. A. von. Revelation; its nature
and record. Edinb., 1884. [Clark's foreign theo-
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Frank, F. H. R. System of the Christian certainty.
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foreign theological library.] 80. 3435.104
Heurtley, C. A. Justification. Oxford, 1846.
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Larcom, Lucy. As itisin heaven. Boston, 1891.
160. 3459.122
Loeschcke, G. Commentatio quae inscripta est
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Petavel, E. The extinction of evil. Boston,
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Schwab, I. The Sabbath in history. St. Joseph,
Mo., 1888, 89. 80. *3452.1o8


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Vogan, T. S. L. The principal objections against
the doctrine of the Trinity. Oxford, 1837. [Bamp-
ton lectures, 1837.] 80. *7504.7
Christ, Christianity.
Archives du Christianisme au dix-neuvieme siecle.
Ann6e 8-11. Paris, 1825-28. 80. *7526.55
Beecher, H. W. The life of Jesus the Christ.
Completed ed. N. Y., 1891. 2 v. Illus. 80. 5475.56
Ebrard, J. H. A. Apologetics; or, the scientific
vindication of Christianity. Trans. Edinb., 1886,
87. 3 v. [Clark's foreign theological library.] 80.
3435.102
Goebel, S. The parables of Jesus: a methodical
exposition. Edinb., 1890. [Clark's foreign theo-
logical library.] 80. 3422.101
Kett, H. [A representation of the conduct and
opinions of the primitive Christians.] Oxford,
1791. [Bampton lectures, 1790.] 80. *7504.o0
L., C. W. The great discourse of Jesus the Christ,
the son of God. A topical arrangement and analy-
sis of all His words. N. Y. [1890.] 120. 3457.130
Thorold, A. W. The gospel of Christ. N. Y.
[1882.] 240. 3459.121
Churches and Sects.
Church of England.
Church, R. W. The Oxford movement, twelve
years. 1833-1845. London, 1891. 80. 5525.54
Dixon, R. W. History of the church of England.
Vol. 4. Mary. 1553-1558. London, 1891. 80.
*3513.54.4
Le Neve, J. Fasti ecclesiae Anglicanae, or a cal-
endar of the principal ecclesiastical dignitaries in
England and Wales, and of the chief officers in
the universities of Oxford and Cambridge to 1715.
Corrected and continued to the present time, by
T. Duffus Hardy. Oxford, 1854. 3 v. 80. *2496.I28
JProtostant Episcopal.
Church calendar for 1887, 91. N. Y. [1887, 91.]
80. *5540.62
Wilson, J. G., ed. The centennial history of the
Protestant episcopal church in the diocese of New
York. N. Y., 1886. Plates. 80. *3541.1oo
Roman Catholic.
Allies, T. W. Peter's rock in Mohammed's flood,
from St. Gregory the Great to St. Leo iii. Lon-
don, 1890. 80. 3462.75
Bronte, A. da. II prezioso tesoro, immense, ed
infinite delle indulgence. Cefalu', 1740. Sm. 80.
*5518.8
Doellinger, J. J. I. von. Declarations and letters
on the Vatican decrees. Edinb., 1891. Sm. 80.
3468.87
Monumenta Germaniae historic. Libelli de lite
imperatorvm et pontificvm saecvlis xi. et xn. con-
scripti. T.1. Hannoveroe,MDcccxcI. 40. *482oa.82
Mozley, T. Letters from Rome. On the occa-
sion of the ecumenical council. 1869-1870. Lon-
don, 1891. 2 v. Sm. 80. 3466.51
Seymour, M. H. Evenings with the Romanists:
with an introductory chapter on the moral results
of the Romish system. 2d ed. London, 1854.
Sm. 80. 5469.82
- Mornings among the Jesuits at Rome. 4th ed.
London, 1851. Sm. 80. 5519.64
United Brethren.
Schrautenbach, L. C., Freiherr von. Der Graf
von Zinzendorf und die Briidergemeine seiner Zeit.
Gnadeu, 1851. 80. 554oa.29









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Ecclesiastical History.
Bernard, J. H. The churches of Constantine at
Jerusalem: being translations from Eusebius and
the early pilgrims. London, 1891. Plates. [Pal-
estine pilgrims' text society.] 80. *5074.55.15
Druffel, A. Yon. Monumenta Tridentina. Beitrige
zur Geschichte des Concils von Triente. Heft 1-3.
Miinchen, 1884-87. 40. *55Ioa.55
Enders, E. L., ed. Flugschriften aus der Refor-
mationszeit vii. Luther und Emser. B. 1. Halle
a. S., 1889. 160. *2879.108.83,84
Ris Lambers, C. H. De kerkhervorming op de
Veluwe. 1523-1578. Barneveld. [1890.] 80.
5521.65
Robinson, J. [Certificate, signed Antonius Wa-
laeus and Festus Hommius, testifying to Robin-
son's efforts to reconcile his Brownist congregation
with the other presbyterian churches of the Neth-
erlands. Dated May 25, 26, 1628.] **G.31.38
Fac-simile of the original manuscript with transcript in
modern Dutch and in English.
Tschackert, P. Urkundenbuch zur Reforma-
tionsgcschichte des Herzogthums Preussen. B.
1-3. Leipzig, 1890. [Publicationen aus den K.
preussischen Staatsarchiven.] 80. 2811.63
Non-Christian Religions.
Frank, H. H. Beitrag zur Erkenntniss des Sufis-
mus nach Ibn Haldfin. Leipzig, 1884. 80. 5498.53
I-Li. Cdrdmonial de la Chine antique, trad. par
C. de Harlez. Paris, 1890. Plates. 80. 3011.101o
Religious Institutions.
Annual conference of western Unitarian churches.
Proceedings, 1854, 65, 66. Alton, Ill. 80.
*7537.59
General theological seminary of the Protestant
episcopal church in the United States. Records
of the class of 1869. Boston, 1890. Illus. Sq. 120.
*4497.232
Sanitary Science,
See also Medicine.
Barber, D. C., compiler. An index to matter per-
taining to sewerage and sewage disposal in vols. 5-
17 of the Engineering & building record. N. Y.,
1889. 80. *8o14.12o
Brooklyn, N. Y. Board of water commissioners.
The Brooklyn water works and sewers. A de-
scriptive memoir [by J. P. Kirkwood]. N. Y.,
1867. Plates. Map. L. 4. *5940a.x6
Brown, D. W. Public water supplies. A digest
and index to vols. 5-18, of the Engineering &
building record. N. Y., 1890. 80. 3941.62
Brown, G. Water-closets. N. Y., 1884. Illus.
120. 80xg9.65
Buchan, W. P. Ventilation. A text-book. Lon-
don, 1891. Illus. Sm. 80. 4099.88
Garrett, J. H. The action of water on lead.
London, 1891. Sm. 80. 3979.I02
Gerhard, W. P. House-drainage and sanitary
plumbing. 4th ed. N. Y., 1890. [Van Nostrand
science series.] 240. 3769.121
Health lectures for the people. llth series.
Edinb., 1891. Sm. 80. 5765.15.11
Italy. Minister dell' interno. Direzione della
sanity pubblica. Bolletino sanitario. Ottobre, di-
cembre, 1890. Roma, 1890. 40. *576o.27


Religion Sermons

Philadelphia. Report of the Watering commit-
tee on the disposal of the surplus water power of
the Schuylkill. Phila., 1825. 80. *7946.9
Prudden, T. M. Drinking-water and ice supplies.
N. Y., 1891. Illus. 160. 3769.120
Seine, Pr6fecture du d4partement de la. Assai-
nissement de Paris. Resolutions votes par la
commission technique de I'assainissement de Paris.
Paris, 1883. 40. 5942.23
Reprinted from the Proc-s.verbaux, rapports et resolutions
of the Commission technique [etc.], 1888 [*3761.69].
Shoemaker, J. V. Heredity, health and personal
beauty. Phila., 1890. 80. 3765.o06
Stoddard, J. S. Proposed canal [with reference
to the sewage of Brooklyn]. [Brooklyn, 1856.]
8. *4474.134
Uffelmann, J. Manual of the domestic hygiene
of the child. N. Y., 1891. 80. 3777.60
Wadsworth, C. How to get muscular. N. Y.,
1891. 160. 4009.138
Health Resorts.
Appleton's illustrated hand-book of American
winter resorts. N. Y., 1891. Maps. 80. 2386.33
Sermons.
Abbot, A. A discourse before the members of
the Portsmouth female asylum. Portsmouth,
1807. 80. *7575-73
Alleine, J. Remains. Being a collection of
sundry directions, sermons, sacrament-speeches,
and letters. London, 1674. Sm. 80.
No. 2 in *6517.48
Beecher, H. W. Last sermons. London, 1887.
Sm. 80. 3457.134
Ely, Z. The frailty of all flesh, and the stability
of the word of the Lord. In Lebanon after the
death of J. L. Leech. Norwich, 1790. 160.
*4449.155
Faithfull, J. A sermon at the Assizes at Reading,
2d of March, 1800. London, 1800. Sm. 80. *7463.61
Frisbie, L. A sermon Feb. 19, 1795, the day of
public thanksgiving. Newburyport. [1795.] 80.
*4427.175
Goodyear, G. Pastors and people to give account
at the judgment. A farewell sermon, Ashburnham.
Fitchburg, 1842. 80. *7541.54
Henry, S. C. This ministry. At the opening of
the synod of New Jersey. Princeton, 1850. 80.
5436.31
Johns, H. Van D. A sermon, Baltimore, at the
opening of the convention of the diocese, May 28,
1856. Baltimore, 1856. 80. *7537.8o
Lockyer, N. Baulme for bleeding England and
Ireland. In several sermons. London, 1643.
Imperfect. Sm. 80. No. I in *6517.48
Peabody, A. P. King's chapel sermons. Boston,
1891. 120. 3457.133
Stearns, E. J. The sword of the Lord. Newark,
Sept. 26, 1861. Baltimore, 1861. 80. 4427.178
Sterne, L. The sermons of Mr. Yorick. Lon-
don, 1769, 73. 7 v. Portr. Sm. 80. **6567.91
Weiss, J. The modern pulpit. At the ordina-
tion of S. Longfellow, at Fall River. Fall River,
1848. 80. 7541.147
Woodbridge, J. The mutability of the world,
and the permanency of the Gospel. A sermon,
March 31, 1828, at the interment of Rev. Joseph
Lyman. Amherst, 1828. 80. 7466.xI3









Shakespeare Sports

Shakespeare.
Shakespeare, William. Works. London, 1891.
80. 4593.126
The text is mainly that of Delius.
Augsburger Handelsverein. Jahresbericht fiber
die hohere Handelsschule, 1873/74. Voran steht
eine Abhandlung: The principal reasons for
Shakspeare's remaining unpopular longer than a
century even in England, von B. Thiel. Augs-
burg. [1874.] 80. 4593.x15
Baacke, F. Vorstudien zur Einfiihrung in das
Verstandniss Shakespeare's. Berlin. [1879.] 80.
4593.114
Disselhoff, J. Shakespeare's historische Dramen.
[Elberfeld, 1862?] 80. 4593.I20
Else, C. F. Festrede zur dreihundertjthrigen
Geburtsfeier Shakespeare's im Concertsaal des
Herzogl. Hoftheaters zu Dessau. Dessau, 1864.
8. 4593.119
Halliwell-Phillipps, J. O. The executive com-
mittee of Shakespeare's birth-place and Mr. Halli-
well-Phillipps. Brighton, 1887. 80. 4590oa.26
Kiessling, F.F. William Shakespeare's Jugend.
Schauspiel. Berlin. [1860?] 80. 4593.121
Kloeti, W. Shakespeare als religioser Dichter.
Ziurich, 1890. 80. *4593.25
Lohmann, O. W. F. Die Auslassung des Rela-
tivpronomens im Englischen mit besonderer
Bcruecksichtigung der Sprache Shakespeare's.
Halle a/S., 1879. 80. 4593.II7
New Shakspere society. Monthly abstract.
Meeting, 72-74; 76-82; 87-93; 113-130; 139-148.
[London.] 1881-90. 80. *4596.115
Oechelhaeuser, W. Die Wiirdigung Shake-
speare's in England und Deutschland. Dessau,
1869. 80. 4593.x16
Reed, E. Brief for plaintiff. Bacon vs. Shake-
speare. [2d ed.] Chicago, 1890. 120. 4598.123
Sullivan, Sir E., 2d bart. Hamlet's age. (Cut
from New Shakspere society. Transactions. Lon-
don, 1886?) 4593.112
Swinburne, C. A. Sacred & Shakespearian af-
finities: being analogies between the writings of
the psalmists and of Shakespeare. London, 1890.
80. *4592.Io4
Tolman, A. H. Shakespeare's part in "The
taming of the shrew." [1889?] 80. 4593.123
Waites,A. Baconian facts. [Anon.] Worcester,
1890. 80. *4590a.I24
Wets, W. Shakespeare vom Standpunkte der ver-
gleichenden Litteraturgeschichte. B. 1. Worms,
1890. 80. 4593.124
Wigston, W. F. C. Francis Bacon poet, prophet,
philosopher versus phantom captain Shakespeare
the Rosicrucian mask. London, 1891. 80.
459oa.125
Social Science.
See also Anthropology; Costume; Missions; Polit-
ical Economy; Political Science.
Altamira y Crevea, R. Historiade la propriedad
comunal. Madrid, 1890. 8. 3564.1o4
Arnold, J. N. Vital record of Rhode Island.
1636-1850. First series, births, marriages and
deaths. Vol.1. Kent county. Providence, 1891.
Fo. *4430.1o2


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Barth, T. Die sozialdemokratische Gedanken-
welt. Berlin, 1890. [Volkswirthschaftliche Zeit-
fragen.] 80. No. 4 in *3562.53.12
Bierbower, A. Socialism of Christ, or, attitude
of early Christians toward modern problems.
Chicago. [1890.] 120. 3567.104
Foote, A. R. Municipal ownership of quasi-
public works. Washington, 1891. 80. 5562.87
Gordon, W. J. How London lives. [London,
1890?] Sm. 80. 2496.I27
Gunton, G. Principles of social economics in-
ductively considered. N.Y., 1891. 80. 3567.103
Helps, Sir A. The claims of labour. An essay
on the duties of the employers to the employed.
[Anon.] London, 1844. Sm. 80. *3569.121
Longstaff, G. B. Studies in statistics, social,
political, and medical. London, 1891. 80. 5651.65
Macdonald, A. Ethics as applied to crimi-
nology. [Worcester? 1891.] 80. 3575.121
Mackay, T., ed. A plea for liberty. An argu-
ment against socialism and socialistic legislation.
London, 1891. 8. 3561.111
Meitzen, A. The history, theory, and technique
of statistics. Part 1. Phila., 1891. 80.
*3565.o09 (March, 18gr, Supplement)
Minnesota. Bureau of labor statistics. Biennial
report, 2d. Minneapolis. [1890.] 80. *6406.54
Morrison, W. D. Crime and its causes. Lon-
don, 1891. Sm. 80. 3578.120
New nation, The. Published weekly, by E.
Bellamy. Vol. 1. Boston, 1891. 40. *756o.16
New York state. State reformatory, Elmira. An-
nualreport, 15th. [Elmira.] 1890. 80. *7572.zo5
Palm, A. J. The death penalty. N.Y., 1891.
[Questions of the day.] 120. 3574.75
Ritchie, D. G. The principles of state interfer-
ence. London, 1891. Sm. 80. 3568.126
Schneck, J., and Owen, R. The Rappites. In-
teresting notes about early New Harmony.
Evansville. [1890.] 80. *4477.i70
Smith, H. L. Modern changes in the mobility of
labour. A report to the Toynbee trustees. Lon-
don, 1891. 80. 3565.II5
Timely talks. No. 4, 12-14, 24. [Chicago, 1890.]
L. 80. *7580.55
In favor of prohibition.
Universal peace congress, 1890. Proceedings.
London. 80. *3571.0o6
Winter, A. The New York state reformatory in
Elmira. London, 1891. Sm. 80. 3576.15

Sports and Sporting.
See also Fish and Fishing; also names of coun-
tries frequented for sporting.
Apperley, C. J. The chace, the turf, and the
road. By Nimrod [pseud.]. 2d ed. London,
1843. Sm. 80. *4009.I32
Aquarius, pseud. ]cart6 and other games.
London, 1887. 320. 6ooga.iog
Games at cards for three players. London,
1883. 320. 6ooga.iio
Imperial, and other games of that class for two
players. London, 1887. 320. 6ooga.IIx
New game with cards and dice. Norseman.
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Briggs, Le Baron R. Original charades. N. Y.,
1891. 160. 4009.130
Chetwynd, Sir G., 4th bart. Racing reminis-
cences and experiences of the turf. London,
1891. 2v. 80. 4002.109
Coolidge, W. A. B. De l'Arc an Drac.
Grenoble, 1890. 80. 2861.73
- Trois ascensions au Grand-Paradis. Grenoble,
1890. 80. 2865.61
Echoes of the Harvard-Yale foot ball game of
1890. Cambridge, 1890. Sm. 40. 4493.222
Egan, P., the elder. Book of sports, and mirror
of life. London, 1832. Illus. 80. *8oo5.51
- Sporting anecdotes. London, 1820. Sm. 80.
*4o09.137
Elliott, W. Carolina sports by land and water.
N. Y., 1859. 120. 8007.36
Enebuske, C. J. The gymnastic progression of
the Ling system. Boston, 1890. 80. 6002.83
- Progressive gymnastic day's orders, according
to the principles of the Ling system. First collec-
tion. [Boston, 1890.] 40, obl. 6oo9a.1o6
Green, R. F. Solo whist. N. Y., 1891. 160.
4009.134
Guerndale, R. The poker book. London.
[1889.] Sm. 80. 4009.139
Handbook, The, of games. Enlarged ed. Lon-
don, 1890, 91. 2 v. Sm. 80. 4009.144
Irving, J. B. The South Carolina jockey club.
[Anon.] Charleston, S. C., 1857. Plate. 80.
8oo6.21
Jenkin, A. F. Gymnastics. N. Y., 1891. Illus.
16. 4008.116
Jones, Mary E. Whitmore. Games of patience
for one or more players. 2d ed. London, n. d.
Sm. 80. 4009.140
Laws, B. G. The two-move chess problem.
N. Y., 1890. 160. 4009.135
Lewis, A. J. Tips for tricyclists. By professor
Hoffmann [pseud.]. 4th ed. London, 1890.
Illus. Sm. 80. 4009.129
Manahan, K. Fair play. [A collection of enig-
mas, etc.] Waltham, 1875. 120. 4509a.147
Pairault, A. Nouveau dictionnaire des chasses.
Paris, 1885. Illus. 80. *4002.10o
Pearson, Philippa M. Acrostic dictionary, con-
taining more than thirty thousand words. London,
1884. Sm. 80. *4588.x14
Pettes, G. W. American whist illustrated. By
G. W. P. 5th ed. Boston, 1891. 160. 4009.131
Plain directions for acquiring the art of shooting
on the wing. By an old gamekeeper. N. Y.,
1873. 160. 8009.55
Pleasures, objects, and advantages of cycling.
London, 1887. Illus. Sm. 40. 4006.101
Posse, N., baron. The Swedish system of educa-
tional gymnastics. Boston, 1890. Illus. Sm. 40.
4002.108
Stables, W. G. Health upon wheels [cycling].
London. [1890.] Sm. 80. 4009.133
- Rota vita: the cyclist's guide to health and
rational enjoyment. London, 1889. Illus. Sm. 80.
4006.1oo
Whyte, J. C. History of the British turf. Lon-
don, 1840. 2 v. 80. *4004.o04
Wilberforce, H. W. W. Lawn tennis. N. Y.,
1890. 160. 4009.128


Sports United States

Yates, G. The ball; or, a glance at Almacks in
1829. London, 1829. Sm. 80. *6562.79

United States.
United States. Constitution. Photographic fac-
simile. [Washington? 1890?] 5 sheets, size of
each 11.2 X 9.5 inches. *4421.110
Heyl, L. Pocket tariff of U. S. import duties.
1890. Phila. 240. *5648.45
Departments.
United States. Bureau of statistics. Annual
report in regard to imported merchandise entered
for consumption in the United States, during the
year ending June 30, 1887, 90. 80. *7651.22
- Bureau of the American republics. Handbook
of the American republics. [Washington.] 1891.
Illus. 80. *4311119
- General land office. Circular showing the
manner of proceeding to obtain title to public
lands. Washington, 1869. 80. 3663.28
- Post office. Post office department of America,
and American postal machines co. [Boston, 1890.]
Fo. *800o.ii5
- Treasury department. The tariffs of 1883 and
1890 on imports into the United States, &c. In-
dexed. Washington, 1890. 80. 5646.99
History and Description.
Kendall, G. W. Narrative of the Texan Santa
Fe expedition. 6th ed. N. Y., 1850. 2 v. 120.
*4468.112
Colonial.
Franklin, B. Advertisement [dated, Lancaster,
April 26, 1755, for [150 waggons, with 4 horses to
each waggon and 1500 saddle or pack-horses [for
service under General Braddock. Added an appeal
to the inhabitants of the counties of Lancaster,
York and Cumberland, to furnish the means of
transportation necessary for Braddock's campaign.]
[Lancaster, 1755.] Broadside. **K.z6oa.7
Swedberg, J. D. Dissertatio gradualis de
Svionum in America colonia. Upsalise. [mDccix.]
16. *4479.177
Thwaites, R. G. The colonies. 1492-1750.
N. Y., 1891. [Epochs of American history.] 160.
2329.101
With bibliographical lists.
Revolution.
Christmas-Box for the customers of the Penn-
sylvania journal. Dec. 24, 1773. [Giving an
account of the Boston tea party.] [Phila.] 1773.
Broadside. **H.goa.29
London express extraordinary, with great and
bloody news from North-America, giving an
account of a desperate battle fought at Lexington
the 19th day of April last, between the English and
North-American armies. London. [1775.] Broad-
side. **H.goa.28
Stevens, B. F. Unpublished manuscripts in
Europe relating to America, 1772-1784. Nov.,
1885. [London, 1885.] 320. *2153.51
Civil War.
Buell, A. "The cannoneer." Recollections of
service in the army of the Potomac. By "a
detached volunteer" in the regular artillery.
Washington, 1890. Illus. 80. *4326.135
California. Adjutant general. Records of Cali-
fornia men in the war of the Rebellion, 1861 to
1867. Compiled by R. H. Orton. Sacramento,
1890. 80. *4424.247











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Cowden, R., colonel. A brief sketch of the
organization and services of the 49th regiment of
United States colored infantry. Dayton, O., 1883.
120. 4329a.132
Davis, J. A short history of the Confederate states.
N. Y., 1890. Portrs. Plates. 80. *4326.I32
Dawes, R. R. Service with the Sixth Wisconsin
volunteers. Marietta, 0., 1890. Portrs. 8.
*4325.136
Edmonds, S. E. E. Nurse and spy in the Union
army. Hartford, 1865. Illus. 80. *4423.156
Personal narratives of events in the war of the
rebellion, being papers read before the Rhode
Island soldiers' and sailors' historical society. 4th
series, no. 1-10. Providence, 1889-90. Sm. 40.
*4324.77.6
Phisterer, F. New York in the war of the re-
bellion. Albany, 1890. L. 80. *4320.I29
Stoddard, W. 0. Inside the White house in war
times. N.Y., 1890. Illus. 120. 4329a. 33
United States. War department. The war of
the rebellion : the official records of the Union and
Confederate armies. Series 1, vol.33: Operations
in North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia,
Maryland, and Pennsylvania, Jan. 1-April 30,
1864. Washington, 1891. 80.
*4223.50, ist series, vol. 33
Welch, W. L. The Burnside expedition and the
engagement at Roanoke island [1862]. Providence,
1890. [Soldiers' and sailors' historical society of
Rhode Island. Personal narratives.] Sm. 4.
4326.130; *4324.77. 4th series, 9
Wherry, W. M. The campaign in Missouri and
the battle of Wilson's Creek. [St. Louis, 1880.]
8. *4462.5 .1
Political, etc.
Beard, J. M. K. K. K. sketches. Treating the
more important events of the Ku-Klux-Klan move-
ment. Phila., 1877. 120. *4424.248
Causten, J. H. French spoliations. [Anon.]
Sm. 80. *44Ioa.54
Chamberlain, H. R. The farmers' alliance.
N. Y., 1891. 120. 3569.120
Chambrun, A. L., marquis de. Droits et libert6s
aux Etats-Unis. Paris, 1891. 80. 4325.135
Clowes, W. L. Black America: a study of the
ex-slave and his master. Reprinted from The
Times." London, 1891. Sm. 80. 3575.120
Declaration of the immediate causes which in-
duce and justify the secession of South Carolina
from the federal union. Charleston, 1860. 80.
4423.158
Gordon, J. M. Postal card, no. 204. No. 13,
limited [etc.]. [Norfolk, etc.? 1872-75.] 80.
*4423.163
This collection of postal cards and tableaux, signed Vindex
and Virginius Vindex, give a southerner's view of United
States political matters.
Hall, E. H. An indignity to our citizen soldiers.
A sermon. With statistics of pension legislation.
Cambridge, 1890. 8. 4424.252
Hoar, G. F. United States elections. Speech in
the Senate, Dec. 29 and 30, 1890. Washington,
1891. 80. 4427.167
Philo-Jackson, pseud. The presidential election,
written for the benefit of the people of the United
States. 6th series. Frankfort, 1824. 80.
*4427.144.6
Attributed to Henry Banks.


Arizona.
Mowry, S. The geography and resources of
Arizona and Sonora. New ed. San Francisco,
1863. 8. 4465-.05
California.
California. Governor. Inaugural address, Janu-
ary, 1862, 63, 67. Sacramento, 1862. 80. *6407.73
Farnham, T. J. The early days of California.
Phila., 1859. Illus. 120. *4468.11o
Johnson, T. T. Sights in the gold region, and
scenes by the way. N. Y., 1849. 120. *4468.o09
Mofras, E. D. de. Exploration du territoire de
l'Or6gon, des Californies, et de la mer Vermeille,
1840-1842. Paris, 1844. Text, 2 v., 80. Atlas,
fo. Text, *4465.104; Atlas, *446o.o02
Warner, C. D. Our Italy [southern California].
N. Y., 1891. 80. 4361.124
Connecticut.
Guilford. Proceedings at the celebration of the
250th anniversary of the settlement. New Haven,
1889. Illus. 80. *4439.i32
Florida.
Adams, S. A. Homes in Florida. Duval county,
Fla. Published by the county commissioners.
Jacksonville, 1890. 80. 4479.175
Harcourt, Helen. Home life in Florida. Louis-
ville, 1889. Illus. 120. 4367.126
Indiana.
Indiana. Department of statistics. Annual re-
port, lst-6th [and] 1st, 2d, biennial report. In-
dianapolis, 1880-88. 80. *7864.59
Louisiana.
Gayarr6, C. P. A. History of Louisiana. 3d
edition. New Orleans, 1885. 4v. 120. *4377.x15
Maine.
Maine historical society. Collections. Vol. 1.
Reprinted. Portland, 1865. 80. *2339.i.xa
Maryland.
Calvert papers, The. Number 1. With an
account of their recovery, and presentation, and
selections from the papers. Baltimore, 1889.
[Maryland historical society.] 80. *4472.9.27
Maryland historical society. Report of the com-
mittee on the western boundary of Maryland. Bal-
timore, 1890. 80. *4472.9.29
Massachusetts.
Massachusetts. General court. Supplement to
the public statutes, by C. A. Merrill, with a table
of changes. 1882-1888. Boston, 1890. L. 80.
B. H. Desk, 2. I. 7.
Account, An, of the exercises at the celebration
of the one hundredth anniversary of the inaugura-
tion of Washington, First parish, Beverly, April
30, 1889. [Beverly, 1889.] 8. 4455.164
Andover. Assessors. Valuation of real estate.
1890. 80. *4455.I62
Boston. Post-office. Roster of officers and the
annual statement for year ending June 30, 1890.
240, obl. *4454.183
- Town government. Committee appointed to
recommend a system for the more efficient ad-
ministration of the town and county government.
Report. [Boston, 1821.] 80. *6357.68
- Committee appointed to take into consideration
the expediency of making an alteration in the
municipal government of the town. Report.
[Boston, 1815.] 80. *6357.64










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- Committee on a system of municipal govern-
ment. Report. [Dec. 21, 1821.] 80. *6357.65
- Committee on pauperism and a house of in-
dustry. Report. [Boston, 1821.] 80. *6357.69
- Report [of a Board appointed to provide in-
struction for children between four and seven
years of age.] [1819.] 80. *6358.32
- Report of the Town convention [for the pur-
pose of considering what alterations in the county
and town government may be necessary]. [Bos-
ton, 1804.] 80. *6357.70
- Citizens' association of Boston. Annualreport,
Ist-3d. Boston, 1889-91. 80. *756oa.25
- Eliot, S. Address on the centennial of Wash-
ington's inauguration, at Boston. Boston, 1889.
80. 4442.168
Bryan, C. W. The new book of Berkshire.
Springfield. [1890.] Illus. 160. *4455.167
Fletcher, J. Acton in history. Phila., 1890.
Portrs. L. 80. *4450.114
Goodrich, J. B. Argument against the division
of Watertown, before the legislative committee on
towns. 1891. 80. 4455.165
Goodwin, J. A. The Puritan conspiracy against
the Pilgrim fathers and the Congregational church.
Boston, 1883. 80. 4352.113
Hull. Report of the financial affairs, 1890.
Boston, 1891. 80. *4455.163
Hurd, D. H., ed. History of Middlesex county,
Mass. Phila., 1890. 3 v. Illus. 80. *445o.113
Millbury. By-laws of the town. Worcester.
[1885.] 120. 4455-160
Newton. Commemorative services of the First
church, on the 225th anniversary. 1890. 80.
3542.105
Picturesque Hampshire. [Northampton.] 1890.
Illus. 40. *4450o.x2
Wenham. Assessors. Valuation and list of
taxes for 1890. Salem, 1891. 80. *6349.83
Nebraska.
Nebraska state historical society. Report of the
secretary, G. E. Howard, for the biennium ending
January 13, 1891. Lincoln, 1891. 80. *4475-59
New England.
Deane, C. Remarks on Hubbard's map of New
England. Cambridge, 1888. 80. 2321.23
Perry, A. L. Scotch-Irish in New England.
Boston, 1891. 80. *4338.136
New Hampshire.
Lord, C. C. Life and times in Hopkinton, N.H.
Concord, 1890. Illus. 80. *4436.137
Smith, I. W. History of Hampstead, N.H., for
one hundred years. Haverhill, Mass., 1884. 80.
*4436.133
New Jersey.
New Jersey. Journal of the governor and coun-
cil. 1682-1738. Trenton, 1890. 2 v. [Docu-
ments relating to the colonial history of New
Jersey.] 80. *2376.68.13, 14
New Mexico.
Greene, C. W., ed. A sketch of Kingston and
its surroundings. The mining center of the famous
Percha district, New Mexico. Kingston, 1883.
120. 7866.47
New York.
Houghton, G. W. W. The coaches of colonial
New York. N. Y., 1890. Illus. 80. *4474.131


United States Voyages

Kobb6, G. New York and its environs. N. Y.,
1891. Illus. 160. *4379.130
Niagara Falls. [Buffalo, 1890.] Illus. 160.
4489.134
Northwest Territory.
Cutler, M. Description du sol, des productions,
&c. de cette portion des Etats-Unis, situde entire la
Pennsylvanie, les rivieres de 1'Ohio & du Scioto, &
le Lac-Erie. Traduite. [Anon.] Paris, 1789.
120. **4478.19I
Pennsylvania.
Daily tribune republican. Centennial edition of
May 12th, 1888, containing a history of the founding
of Meadville and settlement of Crawford county.
Meadville. [1888.] Illus. Portrs. 4. *4370oio6
Framery, -, consul. Recherches statistiques sur
la Pennsylvanie, &c. Manuscript. [1815?] (79) ff.
40. **4373.121
Philadelphia. Commissioners for the erection of
public buildings. Supreme court of Pennsylvania.
Proceedings at the opening of the new court rooms,
in the City hall. Phila., 1891. 80. 4475.150
South Dakota.
South Dakota. Commissioners of immigration.
Annual report, 1st. South Dakota, 1890. 80.
*64o8.61
Vermont.
Batchelder, I. K. Reunion celebration, with an
historical sketch of Peru, Vermont. Brattleboro,
1891. Portrs. 80. *4437.115
Hemenway, Abby M., ed. The local history of
Andover, Vt. Chicago, 1886. 80. *4437.-14
Virginia.
Edwards, R. Statistical gazetteer of Virginia and
North Carolina. Richmond, 1856. 80. *4477.172
West.
Pajeken, F. J. Aus dem wilden Westen Nord-
amerikas. Leipzig. [1890.] [Universal-Biblio-
thek.] 160. No. 2 in 4896.50.282

Voyages and Travels.
See also Africa; America; Asia; Europe.
Atlantic telegraph. [Newspaper cuttings, chiefly
from Harper's weekly and Frank Leslie's illus-
trated newspaper, describing the laying of the
cables in 1858 and 1865.] L. fo. 7960a.18
Choyce, J. The log of a Jack tar; or, the life
of James Choyce, master mariner. Now first
published. With O'Brien's captivity in France.
Ed. by V. Lovett Cameron. Illus. London, 1891.
[The adventure series.] 80. 2276.86
Erskine, C. Twenty years before the mast.
Boston, 1890. Illus. 120. 2276.84
Higginson, F. The ocean, its unfathomable
depths and natural phenomena. London, 1857.
80. 3955.-11
The half-title reads: The stirring narrative of an attempt at
laying down a transatlantic telegraph cable.
Justel, H. Recueil de divers voyages faits en
Afrique et en l'Am6rique, qui n'ont point est6
encore publiez. [Anon.] Paris, 1674. Illus. 4o.
*6261.74
Maupassant, H. R. A. G. de. La vie errante.
15e 6d. Paris, 1890. 160. 2278.66
Morisot, C. B., ed. Relations v6ritables et
cvrievses de l'isle de Madagascar, et dv Br6sil
[etc.]. [Anon.] Paris, 1651. Sm. 40. *43r6.Io7










Voyages Zoology


Scherzer, C., Ritter von. Reise der oesterreichi-
schen Fregatte Novara um die Erde, 1857-1859.
Wien, 1861, 62. 3 v. Illus. 80. *6263.60
Travel. Narratives of personal visits to places
famous for natural beauty and historical associa-
tion. [Ed. by William M. Griswold. Vol. 1, 2.]
Cambridge, 1890. 80. 2276.85
Turnbull, John. A voyage round the world,
1800-1804. 1st Amer. ed. Phila., 1810. 120.
*4366.122
Wit and Humor.
Comic annual, The. 1839. London, 1839. Sm. 80.
*6538.42
Hunt, Leigh. Wit and humor: selected from the
English poets. New ed. London, 1882. Sm. 80.
4609.115
Nassir ed din Djafar Mohammed Khodja ben
Hassan, al-Tousi. Die Schwinke des Nassr-ed-
din und Buadem von Mehemed Tewfik. Leipzig.
[1890.] [Universal-Bibliothek.] 160.
No. 5 in 4896.50.280
No6, A. C. H., comte de. Miroir de l'amateur.
Par Chain [pseud.]. Paris. [184-?] 240. 6669a.78
- MiroirduCalicot. Paris. [184-?] 240. 6669a.77
Punch. Mr. Punch: his origin and career. Lon-
don. [1870.] 160. 2549.115
Seymour, R. Humorous sketches, comprising
eighty-six caricature etchings. Illustrated in prose
and poetry by Alfred Crowquill [pseud.]. London.
L. 80. *4073.71
Women.
See also Biography.
Bacon, Alice M. Japanese girls and women.
Boston, 1891. 160. 301oa.67
Keddie, Henrietta. Papers for thoughtful girls,
with sketches of some girls'lives. By Sarah Tytler.
[pseud.]. Boston, 1880. 120. 5587.80
Meyer, Annie N., ed. Woman's work in America.
N. Y., 1891. 12. 3575.119
Simms, J. The past, present and future of
woman. San Francisco, 1889. 160. 3578.119


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Zoology.
See also Domestic Animals.
Alien, J. A. The American ornithologists' union.
N. Y., 1891. 8. 3902.66
Beechey, F. W. The zoology of Captain Beechey's
voyage . during a voyage to the Pacific
and Behring's straits in His majesty's ship Blossom,
1825-28. London, 1839. Col. plates. 40. *388oa.58
Dixon, C. Idle hours with nature. London, 1891.
Sm. o. 3816.75
On birds.
Illinois. State entomologist. Report 1-3, on
noxious insects. By W. Le Baron. Springfield,
1871-73. 8. *5893.58
Kaiserlich-kcanigliohe geologische Reichsan-
stalt, Vienna. Abhandlungen. Vol. 14. Brachio-
poden der alpine Trias. Von A. Bittner. Wien,
1890. Illus. Fo. *5870.20.4
Mayer, P. Die Caprelliden des Golfes von Neapel
und der angrenzenden Meeres-Abschnitte. Nach-
trag. Berlin, 1890. 40. *3820.76
Schaufuss, L. W., Bitter. Neue pselaphiden im
Museo civico di storia natural zu Genua. [Ge-
nova, 1882.] 80. 5873.57
Sharpe, R. B. Birds in nature. Boston, 1888.
Col. plates. 40. ***3900.62
Stenzel, G. Die Gattung Tubicaulus Cotta. Cas-
sel, 1889. 80. *7870.12.8
United States. Department of agriculture. Di-
vision of ornithology and mammalogy. North
American fauna. No. 1-4. By C. H. Merriam.
Washington, 1889, 90. Illus. Maps. 80. *5902.64
Contents. 1. Revision of the North American pocket mice.
2. Description of fourteen new species and one new genus
of North American mammals. 3. Results of a biological
survey of the San Francisco mountain region and desert of
the Little Colorado, Arizona. 4. Descriptions of twenty-
six new species of North American mammals.
Verrill, A. E. Notice of the remarkable marine
fauna occupying the outer banks off the southern
coast of New England. Washington, 1884. 80.
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Biography Fiction


LOWER HALL.


Biography and History.
Ballou, M. M. The new Eldorado: a summer
journey to Alaska. Tourist's ed. 1636.24
Campbell, Helen. Anne Bradstreet and her time.
1556.27
Clarke, James Freeman. Autobiography, diary,
and correspondence. Ed. by E. E. Hale. 1555.40
Imbert de Saint-Amand, A. L., baron. The
court of the empress Josephine. 1555.39
- Marie Louise and the decadence of the empire.
1555.38
- Marie Louise and the invasion of 1814. 1555.37
Liddell, H. G. History of Rome to the establish-
ment of the empire. 953.7
Oilier, E. Cassell's history of the war between
France and Germany, 1870-1871. [Anon.] Illus.
2 v. 921.16
Oman, C. W. Warwick the king maker. [Eng-
lish men of action.] 550.62
Parton, J. Captainsof industry. 2d series. 1527.17.2
Roche, J. J. Life of John Boyle O'Reilly. With
his complete poems and speeches. 540.35
Stephens, F. G. A memoir of George Cruik-
shank. [Illustrated biographies of the great
artists.] 1543.79
Thwaites, R. G. The colonies. 1492-1750.
[Epochs of American history.] 220.60
Tourzel, Duchesse de. Memoirs of the duchess
de Tourzel, governess to the Children of France,
1789-1795. 2 v. 1555.42
Van Alstine, Jeanette. Charlotte Corday. 1538.30
Wilkinson, Sir J. G. A popular account of the
ancient Egyptians. Revised and abridged. 2 v.
Illus. 954.8

Fiction and Stories for
the Young.
Allen, Grant. The great taboo. 107.188
Allen, J. L. Flute and violin, and other Ken-
tucky tales and romances. 108.29
Baring-Gould, S. Jacquetta, and other stories.
o18.6
Barr, Amelia E. The beads of Tasmer. 108.8
- She loved a sailor. io8.i6
Barrie, J. M. A window in Thrums. 107.225
Bates, Arlo. A book o' nine tales. 108.22
Bellamy, Elizabeth W. Old man Gilbert.
No. I in 107.187
Bouton, J. B. The Enchanted: an authentic
account of the strange origin of the new psychical
club. 108.15
Brooke, Magdalen, pseud. The story of Eleanor
Lambert. 107.201
Buchanan, R. W. The wedding ring. 108.11
Bunner, H. C. Zadoc Pine, and other stories.
107.222
Crosby, Margaret. A violin obligato, and other
stories. 108.24


Cruger, Mary. Brotherhood. 107.198
Degen, A. von. A mystery of the Campagna, and
A shadow on a wave. 107.202
Denison, Mary A. If she will, she will. 108.7
Dostoevsky, F. M. The idiot. 107.212
Eggleston, G. C., and Marbourg, Dolores. Jug-
gernaut: a veiled record. 107.210
Elliott, Sarah B. Jerry. 107.223
Fawcett, E. A New York family. o18.37
Fenn, G. M. A mint of money. 107.205
Ford, Mary H. Which wins? A story of social
conditions. o18.2I
Forrest, R. E. Eight days. 108.14
French, Alice. Otto the knight, and other trans-
Mississippi stories. By Octave Thanet [pseud.].
108.38
Glanville, E. The lost heiress: a tale of love,
battle, and adventure. 107.214
Gomes Coelho, J. G. The fidalgos of Casa
Mourisca. From the Portuguese of Julio Diniz
[pseud.]. 107.204
Grant, R. Mrs. Harold Stagg. 107.196
Hamer, SarahS. An old chronicle of Leighton. 108.4
Harris, J. C. Balaam and his master, and other
sketches and stories. 108.23
Hart, Mabel. Two English girls. 107.219
Harte, F. Bret. A Sappho of Green Springs and
other stories. 107.195
Hawker, Mary. Mademoiselle Ixe. By Lanoe
Falconer [pseud.]. 107.200
A story of nihilism.
Henty, G. A. A hidden foe. 107.217
Hopkins, T. The Nugents of Carriconna. An
Irish story. 107.209
Hudson, W.C. The man with a thumb. 107.189
Huguenin, Adle. A question of love. A story
of Switzerland. From the French of T. Combe
[pseud.]. 108.28
Janvier, T. A. Stories of Old New Spain. o18.18
Jerome, J. K. Diary of a pilgrimage (and six
essays). Illus. 108.35
Johnston, R. M. The Primes and their neighbors.
Ten tales of middle Georgia. 107.208
Keenan, H. F. The iron game. 107.224
A story of the Civil war.
King, C., ed. By land and sea. 108.20
Kipling, R. Mine own people. 108.5
Kirschner, Lola. Boris Lensky. By Ossip
Schubin [pseud.]. Trans. 107.211
Klitsche de la Grange, Antoinette. The ferry-
man of the Tiber. An historical tale. [A.D.
408.] 107.193
Thecla; or, the malediction. 107.194
Time of the story 419.
Kraszewski, J. I. lermola. 108.2
Lamb, Charles and Mary. Tales from Shakes-
peare's tragedies. Ed. by W. J. Rolfe. 797.29
29










Fiction Miscellaneous


Lillie, Lucy C. Phil and the baby and False
witness. 107.215
MacDonald, G. There and back. 108.26
Marryat, Florence. The risen dead. o18.o1
Mathews, Johanna H. Bessie Bradford's prize.
Illustrated. 107.206
Melville, G. J. W. The gladiators: a tale of
Rome and Judwa. 107.221
Meredith, G. One of our conquerors. 108.13
Merriman, Effie W. A queer family. 45.85
Morris, W. News from nowhere; or, an epoch
of rest. Being some chapters from a Utopian
romance. 108.19
Munroe, Kirk. Campmates. A story of the
plains. 107.197
Murray, D. C., and Herman, H. He fell
among thieves. 108.1
Pardo Bazan, Emilia. A Christian woman. 108.3
Phelps, Elizabeth S. Fourteen to one. 108.36
Rabusson,H. Madamed'Orgevant'shusband. zo8.9
Serrano, Mary J. The friend of death. A fan-
tastic tale. Adapted from the Spanish. 108.30
Sims, G. R. Tinkletop's crime, &c. 108.17
Smith, F. H. Colonel Carter of Cartersville.
Illus. 108.25
Specht, Emma E. H. Alfrieda. 107.218
Stephens, Ann S. W. The old homestead: a
story of New England farm life. 427.11
Stockton, F. R. The Rudder Grangers abroad,
and other stories. 108.27
Taylor, Belle G. The sardonyx seal. A romance
of Normandy. 107.207
Valera, J. Dofia Luz. Trans. 107.191
Wichert, E. A. A. G. The youngest brother.
A socialistic romance. 107.220
Wilkins, Mary E. A New England nun, and
other stories. 107.216
Williams, F. I. Atman, the documents in a
strange case. 107.199
Wingate, C. E. L. Can such things be?
No. 2 in 107.187
Miscellaneous.
Amateur work illustrated. A practical magazine
of constructive and decorative art and manual
labour. Vol. 2. New series. 191.23


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Brooke, Stopford A. English literature. [Liter-
ature primers.] 1406.29
Caillard, Emma M. Electricity, the science of
the nineteenth century. 140.78
Call, Annie P. Power through repose. 1114.31
Champlin, J. D., jr., and Bostwick, A. E. The
young folks' cyclopedia of games and sports.
Illus. 191.24
Duncan, Sara J. An American girl in London.
Illus. 107.213
Erskine, C. Twenty years before the mast.
Scenes and incidents while circumnavigating the
globe under the command of admiral Charles
Wilkes, 1838-1842. Illus. 642.5
Froebel, F. The education of man. Trans. and
annotated by W. N. Hailmann. [International
education series.] 120.63
Ibsen, II. Hedda Gabler. A drama. Trans. by
E. Gosse. 1364.34
Jacobi, C. T. Printing: a practical treatise.
[Technological handbooks.] 1137.23
Jenkin, Fleeming. Electricity and magnetism.
[Text-books of science.] 142.31
Lang, A. Essays in little. 1898.46
Leland, C. G. A manual of wood carving.
1200.16
Lewis, H. E. Sweet singers of Wales. A story
of Welsh hymns and their authors. 1350.37
Marx, A. B. The music of the nineteenth
century, and its culture. 201.40
Matthew, J. E. A popular history of music,
musical instruments, ballet, and opera. 201.39
Oliphant, T. L. K. The sources of standard
English. 1406.23
Qualtrough, E. F. The boat sailer's manual.
192.28
Roche, T. C., and Anthony, H. T. How to make
photographs. 1143.27
Ryder, Annie H. Go right on, girls! Develop
your bodies, your minds, your characters.
103.130
S., E. A., ed. Typical selections from the best
English writers, with introductory notices. 2 v.
[Clarendon press series.] 384.18
Walsh, J. II. Riding and driving. By Stone-
henge" [pseud.]. 170.44












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Author Index


AUTHOR INDEX

TO


BATES HALL AND LOWER HALL LISTS.


NOTE. Full names have been given as entered in the main catalogues of this Library. Corrections are invited. The
names, given in parentheses after the paging, signify that the authors indicated are to be looked for under these names.


Abbey, Matilda Ormond, 111.
Abbot, Abiel, of Beverly, 1770-1828,
123.
Abbott, Evelyn, M.A., 1843-, 103.
Abdy, John Thomas, 112.
Acworth, William Mitchell, 121.
Adams, Henry, M. I.C.E., professor at
London college, 112.
Adams, Solon A., 126.
.Eisopus, 119.
Ainsworth, Robert, 1660-1743, 113.
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 119.
Alford, Charles J., 112.
Alleine, Joseph, 1633-1668, 123.
Allen, Charles Grant Blairfindie, 108,
129.
Allen, James Lane, 129.
Allen, Joel Asaph, 128.
Alien, Stephen Merrill, 101.
Allen, Thomas William, 99.
Allies, Thomas William, 122.
Allsop, F. C., 106.
Altamira y Crevea, Rafael, 124.
Amico, Ugo Antonio, 1834-, 103.
Ammonius, son of Hermeas, 115.
Anderson, R., 110.
Anglin, S., 106.
Anney, J. P., 106.
Antes, John, 1740-1811, 97.
Apperley, Charles James, 124.
Appleton, William Sumner, 111.
Aquarius, pseud., 124.
Aristoteles, 121.
Arnold, Sir Edwin, 1832-, 119.
Arnold, James N., 124.
Atkinson, Edward, 1827-, 105, 121.
Atwater, Caleb, 1778-1867, 99.
Atwater, Edward Elias, 111.
Audouard, Fdlicitd Olympe, nde de
Jouval, 97.
Augustus Caesar, Caius Julius Caesar
Octavianus, 108.
Austen, William Chandler Roberts,
104.
Axon, William Edward Armytage, 101.
Aytoun, William Edmondstoune, 119.
Baacke, Franz, 124.
Babcock & Wilcox company, 112.
Bacon, Alice Mabel, 128.
Bacon, Nathaniel, 1593-1660, 107.
Baechtold, Jakob, 1848-, 115.
Baigent, Francis Joseph, and Mil-
lard, James Elwin, 107.
Baker, Walter, and co., 104.
Baker, John R., 100.
Baldwin, Simeon Eben, 101.
Ballou, Maturin Murray, 98, 129.
Balzac, Honord de, 1799-1850, 108.
Bandelier, Adolphe Frangois Al-
phonse, 99 (Archaological).
Bandello, Matteo, 1480-1561, 108.
Barber, Dana C., 123.
Barber, Francis M., 117.
Barbey d'Aurevilly, Jules AmddBe,
114.
Barine, Arvede, pseud. Vincens, O.
Baring-Gould, Sabine, 129.
Barkley, Henry C., 99.
Barr, Amelia Edith, born Huddleston,
129.
Barrie, J. M., 129.
Barrows, Henry D., 121.


Barrows, John Henry, 99.
Barth, Theodor, 1849-, 124.
Barthdlemy, Jean Jacques, 109.
Bartlett, George C., 101.
Bartoli, Pietro Santi, 1635-1700, 109.
Batchelder, Ira K., 127.
Bates, Arlo, 129.
Bates Charlotte Fiske, 119.
Batiffol, Pierre, 100.
Baudrillart, Henri Joseph Leon, 106.
Baxter, Lucy E., born Barnes, 108.
Baynard, Edward, M.D., 1641-172-?,
119.
Bazzoni, Augusto, 1833-, 103.
Beard, James Melville, 126.
Bede Cuthbert, pseud. Bradley, E.
Beecher, Charles, 1815-, 122.
Beecher, Henry Ward, 122, 129.
Beechey, Frederick William, 128.
Beer, Adolf, 1831-, 107.
Bell, Charles Dent, 119.
Bell, Robert, M.D., assistant director
of the geological survey of Canada,
112.
Bella, Stefano della, 1610-1676, 109.
Bellamy, Edward, 109.
Bellamy, Elizabeth W., 129.
Belton, John Devoe, 121.
Bengesco, Georges, 99.
Bennett, William Cox, 119.
Berendt, Carl Hermann, 113.
Berg, Leo, 1862-, 118.
Bernage, Simnon, 102.
Bernard, John Henry, 123.
Bernardini, Nicola, 118.
Bersezio, Vittorio, 1830-, 103.
Bertrand, Joseph Louis Frangois, 102.
Beyle, Marie Henri, 102.
Biddle, Horace P., 117.
Bierbower, Austin, 124.
Bigelow, Samuel Fowler, 101.
Bigelow, William Reed, 106.
Biggs, Charles Henry Walker, 106.
Bittner, Alexander, 128 (Kaiserliche).
Bjerregaard, A. P., 99.
Blackmore, Sir Richard, -1729, 119.
Blackshear, Charles Cotton, 104.
Blaeu, Jan, -1673, 108.
Blair, Albert, 121.
Blancard, Louis, 1831-, 117.
Blodgett, Albert Novatus, 116.
Blood, Benjamin Paul, 119.
Booquet, Jules Armand, 112.
Boiler, Alfred P., 106.
Bonney, G. E., 112.
Borel, Pierre, 1620-1689, 118.
Bosellini, Ludovico, 103.
Bourassa, NapolBon, 109.
Bourget, Paul, 1852-, 109, 119.
Bournot, John George, 98.
Boussingault, Jean Baptiste Joseph
Dieudonnd, 97.
Bouton. John Bell, 129.
Bowditch, Nathaniel, LL.D., 1773-
1838, 101.
Bowen, Francis, 1811-1890, 119.
Bowman, Winthrop H., 116.
Boynton, Charles Brandon, 117.
Brackenridge, Henry Marie, 98.
Bradford, Robert F., 117.
Bradley, Edward, 1827-1889, 108.
Braun, Julius W., 103.
Bredius, A., 109.
131


Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham, 112.
Brewster, F. Carroll, 101.
Briano, Giorgio, 103.
Bridgett, Rev. Thomas E.,101.
Briggs, Le Baron Russell, 125.
Brofferio, Angelo, 1802-1866,103.
Bronte, Antonio da, 122.
Brooke, Charlotte, -1793, 119.
Brooke, Magdalen, pseud., 129.
Brooke, Stopford Augustus, 130.
Brougham, Henry Peter, 1st baron
Brougham and Vaux, 101.
Brown, D. Walter, 123.
Brown, Glenn, 123.
Browning, Elizabeth Moulton, born
Barrett, 119.
Brugseh, Heinrich Carl, called
Brugsch-Bey, 99, 105.
Bryan, Benjamin, 116.
Bryan, Clark W.,127.
Buchan, William Paton, 123.
Buchanan, Robert Williams, 129.
Bucher, Germaiu Colin, 127.
Buck, Carlos C., 110.
Buelau, Friedrich, 1805-1859, 108.
Buell, Augustus, 125.
Buffenoir, Francois Philippe Hippo.
lyte, 102.
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward Robert
Lytton, 1st earl of Lytton, 119.
Bunner, Henry C., 129.
Bunyan, John, 114.
Burnett, Waldo Irving, 119.
Burton, Sir Richard Francis, 97.
Buschmann, Johann Carl Eduard,
113.
Butler, John Maynard, 100.
Butler, William Allen, 105.
Caillard, Emma Marie, 106, 130.
Call, Annie Payson, 116,130.
Camerini, E., 103.
Cameron, J. D., 97.
Campbell, Helen, 129.
Campbell, John, professor in Mon-
treal, 99.
Campbell, John Francis, 115.
Canovas del Castillo, Antonio, 108.
CantA, Cesare, 1807-, 103.
Carcano, Giulio, 1812-, 103.
Cardot, Jules, 104.
Cass, Lewis, 1782-1866, 112.
Cassel, Paulus Stephanus, 99.
Caswell, Albert S., and Ryan, James
E., 117.
Causten, James H., 126.
Cham, pseud. No6, A. C. H.
Chamberlain, H. R., 126.
Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871, 107.
Chambrun, Adolphe Laurent, mar-
quis de, 126.
Champlin John Denison, jr., and
Bostwick, Arthur Elmore, 130.
Chancy, Emmanuel, 98.
Channing, Edward, 1856-, 104.
Chapman, Charles Hiram, 115.
Chassang, Alexis, 1827-1888, 105.
Chauveau, Gustave, 112.
Chetwynd, Sir George, 4th hart., 1849-,
125.
Cheyne, Thomas Kelly, 99 (Bible).
Chilton, Robert S., 119.
Chittenden, Lucius Eugene, 101.












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Choyce, James, 127.
Christie, Richard Copley, 99.
Church, Richard William, 122.
Cialdini, Enrico, 1813-, 103.
Cirillo, Vincenzo, 117.
Clapp, David, 1806-, 111.
Clarke, James Freeman, 101, 129.
Clarke, John, missionary, 97.
Clarke, Marcus, 108.
Clauer, Pierre, pseud. Sommervogel, C.
Clercq, Louis de, 1830-, 99.
Clowes, W. Laird, 126.
Cobbett, William, 1762-1835, 107.
Cockton, Henry, 1808-1853, 108.
Colby, Henry W., 119.
Cole, Grenville A. J., 112.
Cole, John William, 101.
Cole, W. If., 121.
Collins, William, fl. 1875, 119.
Collum, Richard S., 117.
Combe, T., pseud. Huguenin, A.
Compton Alfred G., 112.
Conrad, der Pfaffe, 121 (Roland).
Conrat (Cohn), Max, 113.
Converse, George Albert, 117.
Conway, Moncure Daniel, 118.
Cook, Albert Stanburrough, 103.
Cook, John Travis, 107,
Cooke, George Willis, 114.
Cooke, John Esten, 1830-1886, 108.
Cooke, Josiah Parsons, 106.
Coolbrith, Ina D., 119.
Coolidge, William Augustus Bre-
voort, 106,125.
Copinger, Walter Arthur, 111.
Coppee, Frangois Edouard Joachim,
109.
Corbett, Julian, 101.
Cosway, Richard, 1741-1821, 110.
Couch, Ancrem, pseud.? 119.
Coussin, J. Antoine, 110.
Cowden, Robert, colonel, 1833-, 126.
Cox, Irwin Edwin Bainbridge, 111.
Cramer, John Anthony, D.D., 1793-
1848, 115.
Creasy, Sir Edward Shepherd, 107.
Crosby, Margaret, 129.
Cross, S., C.E., 106.
Crottet, E., 110.
Crowquill, Alfred,pseud., Seymour,R.
Cruger, Mary, 129.
Cundall, Frank, 110.
Currier, Moody, 119.
Curtman, Charles 0., 104.
Cutler, Manasseh, 1742-1823, 127.
Dahlberg, Erik J0nson, 108.
Dalton, Charles, 101.
Dame, Lorin Low, 98.
Darrow, A.R., 119.
Darwin, Charles Robert, 112.
Davenport, Robert, 105.
Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889, 126.
Dawe, W. Carlton, 118.
Dawes, Rufus Robinson, 126.
Deane, Charles, 1813-1889, 127.
Debauve, Alphonse Alexis, 106.
De Castro, Giovanni, 1835-, 103.
Degen, Albert von, 129.
Dejob, Charles, 102.
Delamotte, Freeman Gage, 110.
Demay, Germain, 1819-1886, 104.
Demo, pseud., 103.
Denison, Mary Andrews, 129.
Desimoni, Cornelio, 103.
Dillon, Wentworth, 4th earl of Ros-
common, 1633?-1685, 119.
Diniz, Julio, pseud. Gomes Coelho,
J. G.
Dionysius, monk of Fourna, 109.
Disselhoff, Julius, 124.
Dixon, Charles, 128.
Dixon, Richard Watson, 122.
Dixwell, George Basil, 121.
Dodge, Theodore Ayrault, 116.
Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge, 116.
Doellinger,Johann Josephlgnaz von,
122.
Donaldson, James Lowry, 10S.
Donaldson, William, 118.
Dostoevsky, Fedor Mikhailovitch,
129.
Doyle, Edward, 105.
Drake, James C., 111.


Dramard, Eugene, 99, 118 (Revue).
Draper, Eliza, pseud.? 101.
Druffel, August von, 1841-, 123.
Drummond, Henry, F.R.S.E., 1852-
118, 121.
Dryden, John, 119.
Dubut, Louis Ambroise, 110.
Du Casse, Pierre Emmanuel Albert
baron, 102.
Duclos, Henri Louis, 102.
Duhem, P., 106.
Dumas, Alexandre Davy, 1803-1870,
102.
Dumas, Franqois Guillaume, 110.
Dumont, Charles Albert Auguste
Eugene, and Chaplain, Jules C16-
ment, 110.
Dunbar, Charles Franklin, 121.
Duncan, Sara Jeannette,130.
Dunckley, Henry, 102.
Dundore, Nathan, 1834-, 111.
Durivage, Francis Alexander, 120.
Dutton, William Elliott, 122.
Dyer, Gertrude P., 108.
Earwaker, John Parsons, 107.
Ebrard, Johann Heinrich August, 122.
Edmonds, S. Emma E., 126.
Edwards, John H., 111.
Edwards, Ralph 0., 105.
Edwards, Richard, of Richmond, Va.,
127.
Egan, Pierce, the elder, 1772-1849, 125.
Eggleston, George Cary, and Mar-
bourg, Dolores, 129.
Egleston, Thomas. LL.D., 1832-, 104.
Eissler, Manuel, 104.
Eliot, Samuel, 1821-, 127.
Elliott, Sarah Barnwell, 129.
Elliott, William, 1788-1863, 125.
Ely, Zebulon, 123.
Elze, Carl Friedrich, 121, 124.
m6Bric-David, Toussaint Bernard,
111.
Emerson, Luther Orlando, and Em-
erson, Elizabeth U., 119.
Emser, Hieronymus, 123 (Enders).
Enders, Ernst Ludwig, 123.
Enebuske, Claes J., 125.
Ernst, Carl Wilhelm, 101.
Erskine, Charles, coxswain, U.S.N.,
127,130.
Euclides, 116.
Evans, Sebastian, 120.
Everhart, James Bowen, 120.
Evers Henry, 112.
Ewald, Georg Heinrich August von,122.
Excusatus, pseud., 120.
Eyton, Robert William, 102.
Faguet, mile, 1847-, 114.
Faithfull, John, 123.
Falconer, Lanoe, pseud. Hawker,
Mary.
Farge, L., 110.
Farnham, Thomas Jefferson, 126.
Farrer, Rev. Edmund, F.S.A., 112.
Faweett, Edgar, 129.
Featherman, A., 98.
Fechner, Hermann, 1834-, 103.
Feen, Jouwert van der, 118.
Felts, W. W., 118.
Fenn, George Manville, 129.
Ferguson, John, M.A., LL.D., 99.
Fernandez San Roman, Federico,
108.
Ferrier, Susan Edmonstone, 108.
Fester, Richard, 102.
Fewkes, Jesse Walter, 111, 112.
Fisohart, Johann Friedrich, called
Mentzer, 1545?-1614, 109.
Fitzgerald, Percy Hotherington,1834-,
108.
Fiumedinisi, Gabriele Colonna, mar-
chese di, 103.
Fletcher, James, 1823-, 127.
Florus, Lucius Annaeus, 115.
Fluegel, Felix, 113.
Flygare-Carl6n, Emilia, born Smith,
108.
Foerstemann, Ernst Wilhelm, 113.
Foerster, Ernst Joachim, 110.
Foote, Allen R., 124.
Ford, Mary H., 129.
132


Forney, Matthias Nace, 112.
Forrest, R. E., 129.
Forward, Justus, 1730-1814, 101.
, Fotheringham, L. Monteith, 97.
Foucart, Paul Jean, 107.
Framery --, consul, 127.
ranck, Jhannes, 1854-, 113.
, Frank, Franz Hermann Reinhold, 122.
Frank Herman Heinrich, 123.
Franklin, Benjamin, 116, 121, 125.
Fr6dericq, Paul, 112.
Freeman, Edward Augustus, 108.
French, Alice, 129.
Frisbie, Rev. Levi, 1748-1806, 123.
Froebel, Friedrich, 130.
Fullerton, William, 110.
Furnivall, Frederick James, 119.
Furtwaengler, Adolf, 99.
G., S., 103.
G., V. (wrongly entered under G., S.
on page 103), 103.
Gabriel, Charles Nicolas, 102.
Gaetz, Leonard, 98 (Canada).
Galdi, D., 103.
Galvin, George William, 116.
Garelli, Vincenzo, -1879, 103.
Gargiulo, Raffaele, 110.
Garrett, John Henry, 123.
Garrison, Wendell Phillips, 101.
Gautier d'Arras, 121.
GayarrB, Charles Etienne Arthur, 126.
Gayley, Charles Mills, and Scott,
Fred Newton, 100.
Geddes, Patrick, 109.
Gelder de Neufville, David Mattheus
van, 113.
Genung, John Franklin, 99.
Gerber, Adolf, and Greef, A., 113.
Gerhard, William Paul, 123.
Gerrish, John J., 111.
Gerspach, Edouard, 1833-, 110.
Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794,102.
Gifford, Elizabeth Edwards, 111.
Giles, Henry, 1809-1882, 107.
Gilij, Filippo Salvatore, 98.
Gill, Augustus, 120.
Gilman, Caroline, born Howard, 1794-,
101.
Giotti Napoleone, pseud. Jouhaud, C.
Girardi, Luigi Alfonzo, 103.
Giraud Byng, 110.
Glanvil1e, Ernest, 129.
Gnaephaeus, Gulielmus, 1473-1568,
115 (Lateinische).
Goddard, Henry P., 101.
Godet, Fr6deric, 1812-, 99.
Goebel, Siegfried, 122.
Goerlich, Ewald, 113 (Franzlsische).
Golther Wolfgang, 121.
Gomes 6oelho, Joaquim Guilherme,
129.
Goodchild, John Arthur, 120.
Goodhue, E. S., 120.
Goodrich, John B., 127.
Goodridge, Charles Medyett, 118.
Goodwin, John Abbot, 127.
Goodyear, Clara, 110.
Goodyear, George, 123.
Gordon, John Montgomery, 126.
Gordon, William John, 124.
Gore, George, F.R.S., 106.
Gower, Lord Ronald Charles Suther-
land Leveson, 102.
Graham, Douglas, M.D., 116.
Grant, Robert, 129.
Gray, George Zabriskie, 101.
Gray, H. C., and Bryan, Clarence H.,
116.
Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771, 102.
Greard, Vallery Clement Octave, 102.
Green, Robert Frederick, 125.
Green, Thomas Henry, 116.
Greene, Charles W., 127.
Grenzer Alfred, 1838-, 112.
Greswell, William Henry Parr, 98.
Gribble, Theodore Graham, 106.
Grierson, George Abraham, 100.
Griffis, William Elliot, 99.
Griffiths, Arthur, 106.
Griffitts, Frank Peal, 111.
Gubernatis, Angelo de, 1840-, 103.
Guerndale, Richard, 125.
Guild, Howard Redwood, 111.












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Gunton, George, 124.
Gustin, Henry Arthur, 118.
H., S. E., pseud. Heald, S. E.
Habberton, John, 1842-, 109.
Hagen, Hermann, 114.
Haig, J. P., 105.
Hale, Edward Everett, 121.
Hall, Edward Henry, 126.
Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard,
124.
Ham, Maurits Gerard Tieboel van den,
113.
Hamer, Sarah Selina, 129.
Hancock, Anson Uriel, 108.
Harcourt, Helen, 126.
Hardy, Arthur Sherburne, 116.
Harris, Joel Chandler, 129.
Harrison, Samuel A., 101.
Hart, Albert Bushnell, 121.
Hart, Mabel, 129.
Harte, Francis Bret, 129.
Hartmann, Franz, M.D., fellow of the
Theosophical society, 103.
Haskell, Barnabas D., 120.
Hasluck, Paul N., 112.
Hatfield, James Taft, 104.
Hathaway, Stephen P., jr., 104.
Hawker, Mary, 129.
Hawkins, N., 112.
Hawley, William Dickinson, 111.
Hay, James, minister of the parish of
Kirn, 102.
Hayn, Hugo, 1843-, 100.
Hazlitt, William Carew, 100.
Heald, Sarah E., 108.
Heath, Robert Samuel, 116.
Heavysege, Charles, 120.
Heckewelder, John Gottlieb Ernest,
112.
Hedinger, J. M., 107.
Helps, Sir Arthur, 1813-1875, 124.
Hemenway, Abby Maria, 127.
Hench, George Allison, 115.
Henderson, Alfred, 101.
Heney, Thomas, of Sydney, Australia,
120.
Henry, Symmes Cleves, 123.
Henty, George Alfred, 129.
Herault de Sdehelles, Marie Jean,
102.
Herbart, Johann Friedrich, 105.
Herty, Charles Holmes, 104.
Hetzel, Pierre Jules, 109.
Heurtley, Charles Abel, 122.
Heyl, Lewis, 125.
Hieronymus, Eusebius Sophronius,
St. (St. Jerome), 122.
Higginson, Francis, lieutenant, R.N.,
127.
Hildebrand, Julius, 1844-, 102.
Hill, A., 105.
Hill, Thomas, D.D., president of Har-
vard college, 1818-, 120.
Hill, Walter Nickerson, 104, 117.
Hiorns, Arthur H., 104.
Historicus, pseud., 116.
Hoar, George Frisbie, 114, 126.
Hodgson, Frederick T., 109, 110, 112.
Hoeben, Johannes Ignatius Hubertus,
114.
Hoeven, Jan van der, 116.
Hofelt, Isaac Antoni, 116.
Hoffding, Harald, 1843-, 118.
Hoffmann, professor, pseud. Lewis,
A. J.
Holder-Egger, Oswald, and Zeu-
mer, Carl, 118.
Holland, Frederic May, 101.
Holland, Hyazinth, 1827-, 105.
Holmes, Emra, 108.
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 120.
Homer, 115.
Honeywood, Patty, 120.
Hopkins, Tighe, 129.
Horneck, Philip, 1719-, 120.
Hoskins, G. A., 97.
Hough, George Washington, 106.
Houghton, George Washington
Wright, 127.
Houghton, Rev. William, F.L.S.,
1829?-, 111.
Hovgaard, G. W., 117.
Howard, George E., 112.


Howe, Gilman Bigelow, 111.
Howell, George, 1833-, 121.
Howells, William Dean, 101.
Huber, Alfons, 1834-, 103.
Hucho, Hermann, 1862-, 105.
Hudson. W. C., 129.
Huenlich, Carl August, 106.
Hughes, David Darwin, 111.
Huguenin, Adele, 129.
Huijser, Pieter, 116.
Hulburd, Percy, 119.
Humphreys, David, LL.D., 1753-1818,
101.
Hunt, James Henry Leigh, 102, 107,
114, 119, 128.
Hunter, Sir William Wilson, 102.
Hurd, Duane Hamilton, 127.
Hurlbut, Jesse Lyman, 99.
Huston, J., -1854, 114.
Hutton, Laurence, 1843-, and Carey,
MWilliam, 105.
Hutton, William R., 106.
Hyde, Douglas, 111.
Hyde, James Wilson, 107.
Hyde de Neuville, Jean Guillaume,
haron, 106.

Ibsen, Henrik, 105,130.
Ihne, Wilhelm, 1821-, 108.
Ijsendijk, Henricus Elias van, 114.
Imbert de Saint-Amand, Arthur
LUon, baron, 102, 129.
Imhoof-Blumer, Friedrich, 1838-,
117.
Irisson d'Herisson, Maurice, come
d', 1839-, 102.
Irving, John B., 125.
Jacobi, Charles Thomas, 130.
Jacquot, Charles Jean Baptistc, 100.
James, Edmund Janes, 104.
James, George Payne Rainsford, 108.
Janin, Jules Gabriel, 106.
Janvier, Thomas Allibone, 129.
Jastrow, Ignaz, 1856-, 104.
Jay, John, 1817-, 112.
Jeans, J. Stephen, 106.
Jeffries, N. L., 114.
Jenkin, Austin F., 125.
Jenkin, Henry Charles Fleeming, 130.
Jenny, Gustav Carl, 115.
Jerome, Jerome K., 129.
Jessop, George H., 108.
Jobmann, Charles, 110.
Johns, Henry Van Dyke, 123.
Johnson, Edward Francis, 111.
Johnson, John B., 106.
Johnson, Theodore Taylor, 126.
Johnston, Richard Malcolm, 129.
Jokai, Maurus, 1825-, 109.
Jones, Herbert C., 114.
Jones, Julia Clinton, 120.
Jones, Mary Elizabeth Whitmore, 125.
Jordan, Furneaux, 107.
Jouhaud, Charles, 1823-, 103.
Judson, Adoniram Brown, 116.
Junker, Wilhelm Johann, 97.
Justel, Henri, 1620-1693,127.
Justinianus, emperor, 114.
KtlidAsa, 105.
Kampen, Nicolaas Godfried van, 108.
Karpeles, Gustav, 114.
Katzer, Friedrich, 112.
Kaufmann, Richard, 106.
Kawczynski, Maximilien, 119.
Keating, Geoffrey, D.D., -1644, 115.
Keddie, Henrietta, 128.
Keenan, Henry F., 129.
Kelly, Rev. John, of London, 103.
Kemble, Frances Anne, 102.
Kendall, George Wilkins, 125.
Kennan, George, 1845-, 99.
Kett, Henry, 1761-1825,122.
Keynes, John Neville, 121.
Kiessling, Friedrich Ferdinand, 124.
King, Charles, 129.
King, Clarence, 1842-, 108.
King, James Marcus, 122.
Kinney, Coates,120.
Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-, 109, 129.
Kirkwood, James P., 123 (Brooklyn).
Kirschner, Lola, 129.
Kittredge, A. O., 112.
133


Kleinschmidt, Arthur, 1848-, 104.
Klincksieck, Fr., 108.
Klitsche de La Grange, Antoinette,
129.
Kloeti, Wilhelm, 124.
Knocker, Edward, 107.
Kobb, Gustav, 127.
Koch, Dr. Robert, 1843-, 116.
Koehler, Sylvester Rosa, 109.
Koerting, Gustav Carl Otto, 113.
Koetschau, Paul, 122.
Kohut, Adolph, 1847-, 103.
Kovalevsky, Maxime, 108.
Kraszewski, Josef Ignaz, 129.
Kraus, Emil, 103.
Krumbacher, Carl, 115.
L., C. W., 122.
Labiche, Eugene Marin, 105.
Laing, David, 1793-1878,120.
Lamb, Charles, and Lamb, Mary, 129.
Lane Levi Cooper, 116.
Laneham, Robert, 120.
Lang, Andrew, 130.
Lange, -, 114.
Langlois, Pierre, 113.
Lansing, Mary, 109.
Lanson, G., 102.
Langton, Robert, 102.
Lapham, William Berry, 111.
Larcom, Lucy, 1826-, 122.
Lastarria, Jos" Victorino, 115.
Lathrop, George Parsons, 120.
Lauder, George, 120.
Laughelm, Julius, 110.
Laveleye, Emile Louis Victor de, 121.
Laws, B. G., 125.
Lazarus, M. Edgeworth, M.D., 116.
Lazzaro, Giuseppe, 103.
Le Baron, William, 128 (Illinois).
Le Blant, Edmond Frederic, 99.
Le Bouleng6, Paul, 1832-, 118.
LeCoy de La Marche, Albert, 1839-,
114.
Lee, Eliza Buckminster, 109.
Lehmann, Richard, 1845-, 112.
Leighton, William, 1841-1869, 120.
Leipziger, Henry M., 105.
Leland, Charles Godfrey,111, 114, 130.
Lemaltre, Jules, 1853-, 105.
Le Neve, John, 1679-1741, 122.
Le6n, Nicolds, 113.
Leroux, Auguste Alfred, 106.
Lesueur, Jean Baptiste Cieeron, 110.
Letourneau, Charles, 1831-, 114.
Lewis, Angelo John, 125.
Lewis, II. Elvet, 130.
Leyton, F., 120.
Liddell, Henry George, 128.
Lier, Sigismund Karel Dorotheus
Maurits van, 114.
Lieven, Dorothbya Christophorovna,
born Benckendorff, princess of, 1784-
1857, 104.
Lillie, Lucy Cecil, born White, 130.
Lioy, Diodato, 1830-, 114.
Lippmann, Friedrich, 110.
Lister, Thomas, 120.
Little, Lizzie Mary, 120.
Lloyd, Sophia Webster, 120.
Lobeira, Vasco de, -1403, 109.
Locke, James, 111.
Lockyer, Nicholas, 1612?-1684, 123.
Loeoeralt, W., 108.
Loeschcke, Georg, 1852-, 122.
Lohmann, Otto Wilhelm Ferdinand,
124.
Longstaff, George Blundell, 124.
Lord, Charles C., 127.
Lotheissen, Ferdinand, 1133-1887, 106.
Loudun, Eugine Balleyguier, called
Eugnne Loudun, 106.
Love, E. G., 106.
Lovell, Arthur, 122.
Lowe, Robert William, 105.
Lucas, Frederic William, 98.
Ludlow, Nicol, 117.
Lukin, James, 112.
Luther, Martin, 123 (Enders).
Luys, Jules Bernard, 116.
Lynch, William H., 98.

Macaulay, Thomas Babington, baron,
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McCarthy, Justin, 1830-, 102.
Macdonald, Arthur, of Clark univer-
sity, 124.
MacDonald, George, 109, 130.
Macedo, F. Ferraz de. 98.
Machiavelli, Niceolo, 1409-1527, 108.
Mackay, Eric, 120.
Mackay, Thomas, 124.
Mackenzie, Alexander, F.S.A., Scot.,
1838-, 111.
M'Laren, John WV., 120.
MacRitchie, David, 111.
McSherry Richard M., 117.
Madeira de Sousa, Manoel, 1697-
1757, 114.
Maes, Camillus P., 100.
Maguire, John Francis, 102.
Maindron, G. R. Maurice, 104.
Malartic, Anne Joseph Hippolyte de
Maurrs, come de, 98.
Mallet, Sir Louis, 1823-1890, 121.
Malot, Hector Henri, 109.
Manahan, K., 123.
Mango, Francesco, 111.
Mann, E. R., 114.
Marcano, G., 98.
Marcel, Gabriel, 1843-, 112.
Marchese, G. S., 103.
Marcke, mile van, 106.
Mariette, Auguste tdouard, called
Mariette-Bey, 97.
Mariette, Jean Pierre, 110.
Markham, Clements Robert, 98.
Marryat, Florence, 130.
Martensen, Haus Lassen, 1808-1884,
118.
Martin, Henry Newell, 119.
Martin, Sophia, born Smith, 1847-,
111.
Martin de Nantes, Capuchin priest,
117.
Martinez Aflibarro y Rives, Ma-
nuel, 104.
Marucchi, Orazio, 100 (Vatican).
Marvin, Joseph Dana, 116.
Marx, Adolph Bernhard,130.
Mason, Otis Tufton, 99.
Mason, Theodorus Bailey Myers, 117.
Matham, Adriaan, 1600?-, 97.
Mathews, Johanna H., 130.
Matthew, James E., 130.
Matthews, Charles George, and Lott,
Francis Edward, 112.
Matthis, C. Em, 107.
Maupassant, Henri Rend Albert Guy
de, 127.
Maurigi, Ruggiero, marchese di Cas-
tcl-Maurigi, 1843-, 103.
Mayer, Paul, 12S.
Mayhew Experience, 1673-1758, 113.
Maynard, Charles J., 117.
Mead, Charles, 120.
Meitzen, August, 124.
Meloy, D. H., 112.
Melville, Georgo John Whyte, 130.
Mendes, Catulle, 1843-, and Les-
clide, Richard, 106.
Mercer, Andrew, 107.
Meredith, George, 129.
Merriam, Clinton Hart, 128 (United
States).
Merrill, Charles Amos, 126 (Massa-
chusetts).
Merriman,Effie W., 130.
Messiter, A. Henry, 110.
Metcalf, WVilmot Vernon, 104.
Meyer, Annie Nathan, 128.
Meyer, Juergen Bona, 102.
Michels, Ivan C., 117.
Middleton, John Henry, 110.
Miller, Chester Gore, 105.
Miller, John, 1787-1858, 122.
Miller, Josiah, 119.
Milne, John James, and Davis,
Robert Furley, 116.
Milton, John, 1608-1674, 120.
Mirabeau, Marie de Gonneville, com-
tesse de, 102.
Mirecourt, Eugnue de, pseud. Jac-
quot, C. J. 1B.
Mitchell, Charles F., and Davey, E.
G., 112.
Mitchell, Donald Grant, 108.
Mitchell, Silas Weir, 120.


Mix, Jonathan, 1753-1817, 101.
Moch, Gaston, 117.
Mofras, Eugene Duflot de, 1810-1884,
126.
Moir, Jane F., 97.
Moloney, Thomas, 112.
Monchamp, Georges, 118.
Monfroni von Monfort, Moriz, Rit-
ter, 1834-, 117.
Monks, George Howard, 116.
Montazio, Enrico, 1817-, 103.
Moore, John Bassett, 114.
Moore, Thomas, 1779-1852, 102.
Morel-Patio, Alfred, 1850-, 108.
Moreland, F. A., 110.
Morell, John Reynell, 97.
Morisot, Claude Barthilemy, 127.
Morley, John, 1838-, 114.
Morris, Caspar, M.D., 1805-, 101.
Morris, Gouverneur, 1752-1816, 101.
Morris. William, 130.
Morrison, William Douglas. 124.
Morton, William James, 106.
Mowry, Sylvester, 1830-1871, 126.
Mozley, Thomas, 122.
Muel Leon, 106.
Mueller, Carl Ottfried, 1797-1840, 115.
Mueller, Friedrich Max, 122.
Muentz, Eugine, 1845-, 110.
Mugnier, Francois, 1831-, 102.
Muller, Frederik, & cie, 100, 106.
Munden, T. S., 105.
Munroe, Kirk, 130.
Murner, Thomas, 1475-1536, 109.
Murray, David Christie, and Her-
man, Henry, 130.
Murray, John, publisher, 108.
Nasmith, Joseph, 112.
Nassir ed Din Djafar Mohammed
Khodja ben Hassan, al-Tousi, 128.
Nathan, Paul, 110.
Naville, Henri tdouard, 97.
Nealley, Edward Bowdoin, 111.
Neaves, Charles, lord of session, 1800-
1876, 120.
Nerinckx, Charles, 1761-1824, 100.
Nesbit, E., 120.
Nesselrode, C. R., come de, 108
(Pozzo di Borgo).
Newman, Francis William, 102.
Newman, John Henry, 102.
Nicholson, William, LL.D., 107.
Nickles, Frangois Joseph Jerlme, 106.
Niecks, Friedrich, 1845-, 102.
Nimrod, pseud. Apperley, C. J.
Nisard, Thiodore, pseud. Norman,
T. E. X.
Noe, Amed6e Charles Henri, come de,
1818-1879, 128.
Nolens, Willem Hubert, 114.
Normand, Theodule Elzdar Xavier,
117.

O'Connor, Thomas Power, 107.
Oechelhaeuser, Wilhelm, 1820-, 124.
Oertel, Georg Ernst Julius, 115.
O'Hagan, Thomas, M.A., 120.
Oldcastle, John, and others, 100.
Oliphant, Thomas Laurence Kington,
130.
Ollier, Edmund, 129.
Olmsted, Frederick Law, and Harri-
son, Jonathan Baxter, 98.
Oman, Charles W., 102,129.
Ongaro, Francesco dall', 180S-1873,103.
O'Reilly, Joseph P., 105.
Orton, Richard H., 125 (California).
Osborne, Sidney Godolphin,lord, 107.
Over, Charles, 110.
Overton, John Henry, 100.
P., G. W. Pettes, G. W.
Page, I., 111.
Pairault, Amed6e, 1854-, 125.
Pairpoint, Alfred J., 98.
Pajeken, Friedrich J., 127.
Paigrave, Francis Turner, 119.
Palm, Andrew J., 124.
Palou, Francisco, 1719-, 100.
Pardo Baz&n, Emilia, 130.
Parke, Walter, 120.
Parker, Amos Andrew, 120.
Parks, Leighton, 97.
134


Parrini, Cesare, 1835-, 103.
Parton, James, 129.
Paterson, Stephen Van Rensselaer,
120.
Patten, Simon N., 121 (American).
Patton, William Weston, 101.
Paul, Charles Kegan, 114.
Peabody, Andrew Preston, 123.
Peabody, Cecil H., 118.
Pearson, Edwin, 110.
Pearson, Philippa Massingberd, 125.
Pedler, Edward Hoblyn, 107.
Peet, Stephen Denison, 99.
Pemberton, Thomas Phillips, 110,
113.
Peploe, Mrs. J. B., formerly Mrs.
Webb, 109.
Pepys, Samuel, 1632-1703, 102.
Peragallo, Prospero, 103.
Peralta, Joso F. de, 98.
Percier, Charles, 1764-1838, 110.
Percy, Hugh, duke of Northumberland,
1742-1786,102.
Perrin, Andre, 1836-, 99.
Perrin, R. L., 118.
Perry, Arthur Latham, 127.
Perry, Lilla Cabot, 120.
Perry, William Stevens, D.D., bishop
of Iowa, 101.
Petavel, Emmanuel, 1836-, 122.
Peterson, Henry, 120.
Petrarca, Francesco, 121.
Pettes, George William, 125.
Phelps, Elizabeth Stuart, 130.
Phillips, H. Joshua, 104.
Philo-Jackson, pseud., 126.
Philo-Milton, pseud., 120.
Philpott, Henry J., 121.
Phin, John, 105, 113.
Phisterer, Frederick, 126.
Piatt, John James. 114.
Pietrocola-Rossetti, T., 103.
Pillsbury, Albert Enoch, 121.
Platina, Bartolommeo, 1421-1481, 100.
Plato, 115.
Plautus, Titus Maccius, 105.
Playfair, Sir Lyon, 1819-, 121.
Polari, Gaetano, 103.
Politikos, pseud., 106.
Pooley, Charles, F.S.A., 99.
Posse, Nils, baron, 125.
Poston Charles D., 120.
Pozzo di Borgo, Carlo Andrea, conte,
1764-1842, 108.
Pratt, Sisson Cooper, 117.
Preble, William Pitt, 111.
Prentice, Charles F., 118.
Pressense, Elise Frangoise Louise,
109.
Preuner, Christoph Ludwig August,
111.
Prdvost d'Exiles, Antoine Fran-
cois, abbe, 109.
Price, Langford Lovell Frederick Rice,
121.
Prince, George, 1817-, 111.
Pradden, Theophilus Mitchell, 123.
Puccioni, P., 103.
Pulszky, Karoly, 110.

Qualtrough, Edward F., 130.
Quincy, Josiah Phillips, 120.

Rabelais, Frangois, 1495?-1553, 114.
Rabusson, Henry, 130.
Racine, Jean, 1639-1699, 105.
Raebiger, Julius Ferdinand, 122.
Raine, James, M.A., canon of York,
113.
Raines, Francis Robert, canon of Man-
chester, 100.
Raven, John James, 117.
Rawlinson, George, 1815-, 99.
Reader, Frank S., 117.
Reber, Franz von, 1834-, 108.
Reclus, Jean Jacques tlisBe, 98.
Reed, Edwin, 124.
Rehfues, Philipp Joseph von, 109.
Reily, John T., 101.
Reinhardstoettner, Carl von, 1847-,
111.
Reuter, Christian, 1665?-1744, 105.












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Author Index


Reynolds, Henry Robert, 101.
Rhys, John, 1840-, 111.
Ribbing, Adolphc, comte de, 1800-, and
Lherie, Ldon Levy, 105.
Rice, George Edward, 120.
Richardson, George Mann, 104.
Ridlon, John Frederick, M.D.,116.
Ris Lambers, Cornelia Hille, 123.
Ritchie, David George, 124.
Ritter, EugBne, 187137-1884, 103.
Robinson, John, 1575-1625, 123.
Robinson, Tom, 116.
Rocafort, J., 114.
Roche, James Jeffrey, 101,129.
Roche, T. C., and Anthony, Henry
T., 130.
Rockstro, Richard Shepherd, 117.
Roger, Jules, 103.
Rogerson, William, 117.
Rollin, Charles, 114.
Rossel, Virgile, 115.
Rostafinski, Josef Thomas von, 104.
Roth, Edward, 1826-, 109.
Routh, Edward John, 118.
Rovighi, Cesare, 103.
Rowe, Eleanor. 113.
Rutter, Richard B., 120.
Ryder, Annie H., 130.
S., E. E., 130.
Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin, 100.
Saintine, Joseph Xavier Boniface, 109.
Salmini, Vittorio, 1832-, 103.
Salwey, Edward Richard, 121.
Samuels, [Maurice V.?], 118.
Sanborn, Kate, 119.
Sangster, Charles, 1822-, 120.
Sardou, Antoine Ldandre, 121.
Saredo, Giuseppe, 1832-, 103.
Sartorius, Ernst Wilhelm Christian,
122.
Saussaye, P. D. Chantepie de la, 122.
Sawyer, William, 120.
Scaliger, Joseph Justus, 1540-1609, 116.
Schaff, Philipp, 1819-, 101.
Schanz, Martin, 1842-, 115.
Schaufuss, Ludwig Wilhelm, Ritter,
128.
Schelling, Felix E., 114.
Scherzer, Carl, Ritter von, 1821-, 128.
Schiller, Johann Christoph Friedrich
von, 110.
Schlumberger, Loon Gustave, 103.
Schmal, Franciscus Dingeman, 116.
Schmidt, Adolf, archdeacon of Asch-
ersleben, 118.
Schmidt, Friedrich Samuel, Freiherr
von, 99.
Schneck, Jacob, and Owen, Richard,
1810-1890, 124.
Schnitzer, Eduard, called Emin Pasha,
1840-, 97.
Schouten, Wouter, 1638-1704, 99.
Schrautenbach, Ludwig Carl, Frei-
herr von, 122.
Schreiner, Olive, 109.
Schubin, Ossip, pseud. Kirschner, L.
Schuerer, Emil, 1844-, 118.
Schuurbeque Boeije, R., 114.
Schwab, Ernest F., 105.
Schwab, Isaac, 122.
Scott, Ebenezer Erskine, 311.
Scott, Fred N., 110.
Scott, Leader, pseud. Baxter, Lucy E.
Scruton, William, 107.
Scudder, Rev. John, 1793-1855, 117.
Selmi, Giovanni Francesco, 103.
Serrano, Mary J., 130.
Seton, Robert, 111.
Seyffarth, Gustavas, 1796-1885, 113.
Seymour, Michael Hobart, 122.
Seymour, Robert, 1800?-1836, 128.
Seyppel, Carl Maria Hugo, 109.
Shakespeare, William, 124.
Sharp, William, 1856-, 119.
Sharpe, Richard Bowdler, 128.
Sharpe, Thomas, of Coventry, 105.
Sheffield, Sir John, 1st duke of Buck-
ingham, 1649-1721, 120.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 107.
Sherman, Porter, 121.
Shields, George O., 105.
Shipley, John B., 98.
Shippen, William, 1672-1743, 120.


Shoemaker, John V., 123.
Shore, Margaret Emily, 102.
Sibly, Ebenezer, 118.
Sicard, Montgomery, 117.
Simms, Joseph, M.D., 1833-, 128.
Simpson, Leonard Francis, 115.
Sims, George Robert, 130.
Siraudin, Paul, 1814-1883, 105.
Skeat, Walter William, 113.
Skinner, Davis Nevens, 116.
Slafter, Edmund Farwell, 98.
Slater, John Herbert, 100, 110.
Sloane, Thomas O'Conor, 113.
Smiles, Samuel, 1816-, 102.
Smith, Francis Hopkinson, 130.
Smith, Goldwin, 1823-, 98.
Smith, Hubert Llewellyn, 124.
Smith, Isaac W., 127.
Smith, Quintus Cincinnatus, 116.
Smith, William, LL.D., 1813-, 99.
Snoo, Pieterde, 116.
Socecu, Alexander J. V., 105.
Sdderhjelm, Werner, 121.
Sommervogel, Carlos, S. J., 1834-, 100.
Sorel, Albert, 1842-, 103.
Specht, Emma E. H., 109, 130.
Speight, Thomas W., 109.
Spence, Charles, architect, 110.
Stables, William Gordon, 125.
Stahl, P. J., pseud. Hetzel, P. J.
Stanhope, Philip Dormer, 4th earl of
Chesterfield, 102.
Stearns Edward Josiah, 123.
Steele, Sarah L., 102.
Stenzel, Gustav, 1826-, 128.
Stephens, Ann Sophia Winterbotham,
130.
Stephens, Frederic George, 129.
Stephenson, William, 107.
Stern, Alfred, 1846-, 103.
Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768, 102, 109,
123.
Stevens, Benjamin Franklin, 125.
Still, Charles Janeway, 101.
Stirling, James Hutchison, 118.
Stockton, Frank Richard, 130.
Stoddard, J. S., 123.
Stoddard, William Osborn, 126.
Stokes, Whitley, 1830-, 115.
"Stonehenge," pseud. Walsh, J. I.
Streckeisen-Moulton,George, 1834-,
103.
Strindberg, August, 109.
Strong, Herbert Augustus, and others,
113.
Stuart, Hector A., 120.
Stuebben, J., 110 (Entwerfen).
Sturt, Charles, F.L.S., F.R.G.S., 1796-
1869, 118.
Sullivan, Sir Edward, 2d bart., 1852-,
124.
Sumner, Samuel B., 120.
Sutherland, Alexander, 120.
Swedberg, Johan Danielson, 125.
Swinburne, Charles Alfred, 124.
Tacitus, Caius Cornelius, 115.
Taft, Charles Hutchins, 117.
Taine, Hippolyte Adolphe, 107, 114.
Talleyrand-Perigord, Charles Mau-
rice de, prince de Bnivvent, 103, 107.
Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878, 114.
Taylor, Belle Gray, 130.
Taylor, Samuel W., 120.
Tennyson, Alfred, baron Tennyson,
120.
Teuffel, Wilhelm Sigmund, 115.
Thanet, Octave, pseud. French, Alice.
Thayer, William Roscoe, 106.
Thompson, Edward Hurlburt, 99.
Thompson, J. Harry, 116.
Thompson, W. H., 113.
Thomson, David Croal, 110.
Thomson, William, of Glasgow? 120.
Thornely, James L., 105.
Thornton, Robert John. 104.
Thorold, Anthony Wilson, D.D.,
bishop of Worcester, Eng., 122.
Thorpe, Francis Newton, 101.
Thursfield, James Richard, 102.
Thwaite, Benjamin Hodworth, 105.
Thwaites, Reuben Gold, 125,129.
Tinker, A. B., 111.
Tolman, Albert H., 124.
135


Tolstoi, Lyof Nikolaevitch, count, 105,
109.
Tonkes, William, 106.
Torfason, pormoour, 1636-1719, 98.
Tourzel, Duchesse de, 129.
Traddles, Moses, 121.
Trdverret, Armand de, 1836-, 115.
Trevert, Edward, 106.
Trumbull, James Hammond, 100.
Tschackert, Paul, 1848-, 123.
Tugnot de Lanoye, Ferdinand, 1810-
1870, 110.
Turnbull, John, 128.
Tytler, Patrick Fraser, 121.
Tytler, Sarah, pseud. Keddie, H.
Uffelmann, Julius, 1837-, 123.
Uhl, Lemon Leander, 118.
Uhland, Wilhelm Heinrich, 113.
Unwin, William Cawtlorne, 113.
Upham, Frank Kidder, 111.
Valera, Juan, 1824-, 115, 130.
Valussi, Pacifico, 1813-, 103.
Van Alstine, Jeanette, 129.
Verona, Agostino, 1824-, 103.
Verrill, Addison Emory, 128.
Veth, P. J., 99.
Vignon, Louis, 107.
Villain, Alexandre, 110.
Vincens, Charles, 1840-, 103.
Vising, Johan, 113 (Franzisische).
Vogan, Thomas Stuart Lyle, 122.
Volkmann von Volkmar, Wilhelm
Fridolin, Ritter, 118.
Vollo, Giuseppe, 1820-, 103.
Wadsworth, Charles, jr., 123.
Waites, Alfred, 124.
Wall, E. J., 110.
Wall, William E., 113.
Wallace William, M.A., LL.D., 103.
Walsh, John Henry, 130.
Walther, Wilhelm, 99.
Ward, Herbert, 97.
Ward, May Alden, 104.
Warner, Charles Dudley, 126.
Watson, Edward Samuel Webb, 107.
Watt, James, of Ballymena, 121.
Weaver, Frederic William, 107.
Webster, Augusta, 105,121.
Weddingen, A. van, 118.
Weigert, Max, 105.
Well, Alexandre, 1813-, 101.
Weisbach, F. H., 99.
Weiss, John, 1818-1870, 123.
Welch, William L., 126.
Welling, James Clarke, 121.
Werner, Johannes, 122.
Wesley, John and Charles, 122
(Dutton).
Westcott, Brooke Foss, 122.
Wetz, Wilhelm, 124.
Whately, Elizabeth, born Pope, -1860,
107.
Wheatley, Icnry Benjamin, 107.
Wherry, William M., 126.
Whipple, Edwin Percy, 101.
Whipple, George M., 117.
Whipple, Henry E., 111.
White, Edward, minister of St. Paul's
chapel, London, 122.
White, James Clarke, 116.
Whitmore, William Henry, 100.
Whittemore, Benjamin Bruce, 111.
Whittemore, Henry, 104.
Whyte, James Christie, 125.
Wichert, Ernst Alexander August
George, 1831-, 105,130.
Wigston, W. F. C., 124.
Wilberforce, Herbert WilliamWrang.
ham, 125.
Wilkins, Mary E., 130.
Wilkinson, Sir John Gardner, 129.
Willard, Edward, 105.
Williams, Francis Howard, 130.
Wilmot, John, 2d earl of Rochester,
1647?-1680, 121.
Wilson, James Grant, 122.
Wilson, Margaret, 1846-, 102.
Wilson, Thomas, of Philadelphia,
101.
Winekler, Hugo, 99.
Wingate, Charles Edgar Lewis, 130.












Subject Index

Wingfield, Rev. William, and John-
son, George William, 105.
Winkelmann, Eduard, 1838-, 107.
Winter, Alexander, 124.
Winter, Georg, 1856-, 107.
Wiszniewski, Adam, 1847-, 103.
Wood, Thomas, M.D., 99.
Woodbridge, John, D.D., 1784?-
1869, 123.


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Worth, Richard Nicholls, 107. Yates, G., 125.
Worth, Thomas Burnet, 110. Young, Egerton Ryerson, 117.
Worthen, Augusta Harvey, 112. Yung, Emile, 1854-, 116.
Wrede, Ferdinand, 113.
Wright, A. Minott, 114.
Wright, Arnold, 113. Zaehnsdorf, Joseph W., 100.
Wright, Lewis, 118. Zapata, Francisco Javier, 118.
Wyatt, John, battalion surgeon, 117. Zola, mile, 1840-, 109.
Wylie, Claude, 113.


SUBJECT INDEX

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BATES HALL AND LOWER HALL LISTS.


Reference is here made only to subjects not perhaps to be found readily in the classified arrangement, or to instances
when a work may possibly be looked for under a heading other than that under which it has been placed. The names given
before the pages signify that the subjects indicated are to be found under those names.


Acanthus. Page 111.
Acrostics. Pearson 125.
Actors. 105.
Aeronautics. Gustin 118.
2Esthetics. Gayley 100, Aisthetics 110.
African 1.inn'escs. Clarke 97.
Alloys. li. **- 1,
Alphabets. Delamotte 110.
Alps. Coolidge 125.
America, Spanish. United States: Bureau of the Ameri-
can republics ]2 .
American colonies. Thwaites 125, 129.
Anglo-Saxon literature. Codex 119.
Anglo-Saxons. Winkelmann 107.
Animals. Domestic animals 105, Zoology 128.
Antiphlogistics. Huijser 110.
Archaeology. Antiquities 99.
Architecture. 11.
Aristotle. Ammonius 115.
Arms and armor. Maindron 104.
Arthur, King. Rhys 111.
Artists. 110.
Arts. Fine arts 109, Industrial and mechanical arts 112.
Associations. Clubs 104.
Astrology. Sibly 118.
Athens. Abbott 103, Aristoteles 121.
Athletics. Wadsworth 123.
Atlantic telegraph. Atlantic, Higginson 127.
Attention. Uhl 118.
Australia. Dawe, Sturt 118.
Authors. For works of general literature in various lan-
guages, see the names of authors under heading Litera-
ture.
Autographs. Samuels 118.
Baboo English. Wright 113.
Bacon-Shakespeare question. Shakespeare 124.
Baldness. Robinson 116.
Ballot. Blair 121.
Bampton lectures. Miller, lieurtley, Vogan, Kett 122.
Banks. DIunbar 121.
Battles. Brewer 112.
Beauty. Shoemaker 123.
Bees. Phin 105.
Belknap papers. 101.
Bells. Haven 117.
Bering sea. Jeffries 114.
Bewick, T. and J. Pearson 110.
Bimetallism. Barrows 121.
Biography. Biographies of individuals are arranged by
nationalities in the classification under heading Biog-
raphy. Below is an alphabetical list of subjects.
- Individual biographies. Namely:--
Alfieri, V., conte. Salmini 103.
Alfonso XII., of Spain. Bandolerismo 104.
Asgill, Sir Charles, hart. Humphreys 101.
Athanasius, St. Reynolds 101.
Augustine, St. Schaff 101.
Azeelio, Massimo d'. Camerini 103.
Azeglio, Roberto d'. Briano 103.
Bacon, Leonard. 101.
Balbo, Cesare. Parrini 103.
Bassi, Ugo. Montazio, 103.


Berchet, Giovanni. Verona 103.
Berry, Duchesse de. Imbert de Saint-Amand 102.
Betterton, Thomas. Lowe 105.
Bianchi-Giovini, A. Montazio 103.
Bigelow, Moses. Bigelow 101.
Boehme, Jacob. Hartmaun 103.
Bogatzky, C. H. von. Kelly 103.
Bonaparte, J6r6me, king of Westphalia. Du Casse 102.
Bonaparte, Napoleon J. C. P., prince. Montazio 103.
Bossuet. Lanson 102.
Bozman, J. L. Harrison 101.
Bradstreet, Anne. Campbell 129.
Brofferio, Angelo. Montazio 103.
Brown, John. Garrison 101.
Brulard, Henri. Beyle 102.
Buffon, come de. Herault de S6chelles 102.
Burns, Robert. Boston 101.
Calvert, Cecil, 2d baron Baltimore. Calvert 126.
Capponi, Gino. Montazio 103.
Cecil, Sir Edward, viscount Wimbledon. 101.
Charles Albert, king of Sardinia. Parrini 103.
Chopin. Niecks 102.
Chrysostom, St. Schaff 101.
Cialdini, Enrico. Cialdini 103.
Cibrario, Luigi. YViszniewski 103.
Colletta, Pietro. Lazzaro 103.
Columbus. Desimoni, Peragallo 103.
Corday, Charlotte. Van Alstine 129.
Cruikshank, George. Stephens 129.
Dandolo, Emilio. Carcano 103.
Dante. Giornale, Macaulay 103.
Desandrouins, Marshal. Gabriel 102.
Devens, Sarah A. W. 101.
Dickens. Langton 102, Fitzgerald 108.
Dickinson, John. Still 101.
Disraeli. Brewster 101.
Douglass, Frederick. Holland 101.
Drake, Sir Francis. Corbett 101.
Durando, G. Brofferio 103.
Emerson, R. W. Social 101.
Erbach-Erbach, G. A., Graf von. Kraus 103.
Farini, L. C. Bersezio 103.
Frederick the Great. Fechner 103.
Ferdinand II., king of the two Sicilies. Galdi 103.
Foscolo, Ugo. De Castro 103.
Foster, Charles H. Bartlett 101.
Francis, N. and Y., dukes of Modena. Bosellini 103.
Frederick the Great. Winter 107.
Garibaldi. Marchese 103.
Garnier, Robert. Bernage 102.
Garrison, W. L. Axon 101.
Gaty, Samuel. Missouri 101.
Genoa, duke of. Rovighi 103.
Gibbons, cardinal. Reily 101.
Gioberti, Vincenzo. G., V. 103.
Giusti, Giuseppe. Montazio 103.
Greeley, Horace, 101.
Grossi, T. Cantil 103.
Guala, cardinal. Cook 103.
Hannibal. Dodge 116.
Hayes, R. B. Howells 101.
Henderson, Peter. Henderson 101.
Henry II., of England. Eyton 102.












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Isaac, the patriarch. Rawlinson 99.
Jacob, the patriarch. Rawlinson 99.
Jameson, John Alexander. Thorpe 101.
Josephine, empress of the French. Imbert de Saint-
Amand 129.
Juvencus, Caius Vettius Aquilinus. Hatfield 104.
Kavanagh, Arthur M. Steele 102.
Lagrangia, G. L. Briano 103.
La Marmora, A. F., marchese di. Marchese 103.
Laurentius, St., martyr. Soderhjelm 121.
La Valliere, Mademoiselle. Duclos 102.
Leo XIII., pope. Oldcastle 100.
Leopardi, G., conte. Jouhaud 103.
Leopold, grand duke of Tuscany. Demo 103.
Lessing. Braun 103.
Lincoln, A. Chittenden, Patton 101.
Longfellow, H. W. Gray 101.
Machiavelli. Macaulay 103.
Maistre, J. M., come de. Saredo 103.
Mamiani, Terenzio. Saredo 103.
Manin, Daniello. Vollo 103.
Marett, Philip. Baldwin 101.
Maria Louisa, empress of France. Imbert de Saint-Amand
102, 129.
Maria Theresa of Austria. Duclos 102.
Martin, Luther. Goddard 101.
Mathew, Father. Maguire 102.
Matteucci, C. Selmi 103.
Mayo, 6th earl of. Hunter 102.
Mazzini. Montazio 103.
Melbourne, Lord. Dunckley 102.
Menotti, C. Bazzoni 103.
Menshikof, Alexandr. 104.
Mercer, Margaret. Morris 101.
Meyerbeer. Kohut 103.
Minghetti, Marco. Saredo 103.
Mirabeau. Stern 103.
Monti, Vincenzo. Canti 103.
More, Sir T. Bridgett 101.
Moses. Weill 101.
Munden, J. S. Munden 105.
Murray, John, publisher. Smiles 102.
Napoleon III. Valussi 103, Papiers 107.
NapolBon IV. Irisson d'Hirisson 102.
Nerinckz, Charles. Maes 100.
Newman, Cardinal. 102.
Niccolini, G. B. Jouhaud 103.
Nicephorus II., Phocas. Schlumberger 103.
O'Reilly, John Boyle. Roche 101, 129.
Orsini, Felice. Montazio 103.
Palmeri, N. Amico 103.
Palmerston. Knocker 107.
Parnell, C. S. O'Connor 107.
Pascal. Bertrand 102.
Peel, Sir Robert. McCarthy, Thurafield 102.
Pellico, Silvio. Briano 103.
Pericles. Abbottl03.
Petrarch. Macaulay 103, Ward 104.
Pius IX., pope. Ongaro 103.
Prati, Giovanni. Gubernatis 103.
Prince, John, elder. Prince 111.
Rattazzi, U. G., S. 103.
Ricasoli, Bettino. Ongaro 103.
Romagnosi, G. D. Canti 103.
Romano, Liborio. Lazzaro 103.
Rosmini-Serbati, A. Garelli 103.
Rossetti, Gabriele. Pietrocola-Rossetti 103.
Rossini. Montazio 103.
Rousseau, J. J. Buffenoir, Fester, Hildebrand, Meyer,
Mugnier 102, Ritter, Streckeisen-Moulton 103.
Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Whipple 101.
St. Albans, duchess of. Wilson 102.
Saint-Pierre, Bernardin de. Vincens 103.
Salvagnoli, V. Puccioni 103.
Santa Rosa, Sauctorre, conte di. Gubernatis 103.
Scherer, Edmond. Gr6ard 102.
Schopenhauer. Wallace 103.
Schwarzenberg, Reichsfiirstvon. Beer 107.
Sclopis, Federigo. Saredo 103.
Serra, Miguel Joseph. Palou 100.
Settimo, R. Fiumedinisi 103.
Simonds, William, -1672. Johnson 111.
Sostegno, C. A. di. Briano 103.
Stail, Madame de. Dejob 102.
Sutherland, 2d duke of. Gower 102.
Swift, Jonathan. Hay 102.
Talleyrand. Mirabeau 102.
Tassoli, E.N. Polari 103.
Telles de Lancastre Castro e Silveira, R. X., conde de
Unhio. Madeira de Sousa 114.
Thouar, Pietro. Montazio 103.
Tichtel, Johann. Huber 103.
Torrearsa, V. Fardella, marchese di. Maurigi 103.
Ventura, Giovacchino. Montazio 103.


Subject Index

Victor Emmanuel II. Bersezio 103.
Volta, Alessandro. Girardi 103.
Voltaire. Meyer 102.
Warens, Madame de. Mugnier 102.
Warwick, Earl of. Oman 102, Oman 129.
Washington, George. Humphreys, Perry 101, Account
126.
Webster, Daniel. Allen 101.
Wesley, John. Overton 100.
Wilcox, William Alonzo. 112.
Zinzendorf, count von. Schrautenbach 122.
Biology. 119.
Birds. Allen, Dixon, Sharpe 128.
Book-binding. 100.
Books and reading. Besten 99.
Boston orators. Ernst 101.
Boston tea-party. Christmas-box 125.
Brazil. Ethnology. Macedo 98.
Brewing. Matthews 112.
Bridges. Boiler, Hutton 106.
Bronzes. Furtwmengler99.
Browning, Robert. Cooke 114.
Building. Architecture 110.
Bureau of the American republics. United States 125.
Burgos, Spain. Bibliography. Martinez Afibarro 104.
Business. Commerce 104.
Byzantine literature. Krumbacher 115.

Cabinet-making. Hasluck, Hints 112.
Canadian literature. Huston 114.
Canals. Jeans 106.
Canning. Schwab 105.
Cannon. Bradford, Sicard, United States 117.
Capital punishment. Palm 124.
Cards. Sports and sporting 124.
Caricatures. Seymour 128.
Carpentry. Hodgsou, Meloy, Moloney 112.
Cartesianism. Monchamp 118.
Catalogues of libraries. 100.
Cattle. Hucho 105.
Celsus. Koetschau 122.
Cements. lhin 113.
Chap books. Pearson 110.
Charades. Briggs 125.
Charitable institutions. 117.
Chemistry, Agricultural. Boussingault 97.
Chess. Laws 125.
Children, Health of. Uffelmann 123.
Chocolate. Baker 104.
Christ. 122, Bierbower 124.
Christianity. 122.
Christmas. Christmas poems 119.
Chronograph. Le Boulang6, Zapata 118.
Church and State. King 122.
Churches (as buildings). Architecture 110.
- (as institutions). 122; also under names of towns and
cities in which church organizations may be.
Circular motion. Felts 118.
Cities. See names of counties or states under which works
in towns and cities are arranged.
Citizens' association of Boston. 127.
Coaches. Houghton 127.
Coins. Numismatics 117.
Colleges. Educational institutions 106.
Columbian exposition. World's 113.
Columbus, Ferdinand. Peragallo 103.
Comic literature. Wit and humor 128.
Communism. Altamira y Crevea 124.
Constantine, Emperor. Bernard 123.
Constitution of the U. S. United States 125.
Construction. Anglin 106.
Consumption. Koch, Smith 116.
Cookery. Table 105.
Cotton spinning. Nasmith 112.
Countries. See names of continents in which they lie.
Crime. Macdonald, Morrison 124.
Crosses. Pooley 99.
Cuneiform inscriptions. Weisbach, Winckler 99.
Cycling. Lewis, Pleasures, Stables 125.
Cylinders, Oriental. Clereq 99.

Dairy. Canada, Lynch 98.
Dancing. Yates 125.
Decoration. 110.
Dog. Shields 105.
Dorchester, Mass. Jones's hill. Clapp 111.
Drawing. Compagnon 109.
Drawing instruments. Hodgson 109.
Drawing, mechanical. Pemberton 110.
Drinking water. Prudden 123.
Dutch discoveries. Kampen 108.

Ear. Monks 116.
East Indies. Schouten 99.


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Subject Index


Ecclesiastical history. 123.
Education. 105; Froebel 130.
Educational institutions. 106.
Electricity. Caillard, Jenkin 130.
Electrolysis. Gore 106.
Electro-plating. Bonney 112.
Elmira reformatory New York, Winter 124.
Elms. Dame 98.
Embroidery. Muentz 110.
Emigration. Great Britain 107.
Employers. Helps 124.
Encyclopedists. Rocafort 114.
England, Churchof. 122.
Engravings. Dahlberg 108, 110.
Enigmas. Manahan 125.
Epispadias. Hoeven 116.
Ethics. 118.
Ethnology. 98.
Etiquette. Conway 118.
Etchings. Bella 109.
Evidences of a revealed religion. Miller, Frank 122.
Evil. Petavel 122.
Evolution. Bowen 119.
Exeter cathedral. Worth 110.
Extradition. Moore 114.
Eyes. Skinner 116.
Farmers' alliance. Chamberlain 120.
Federalism. Welling 121.
Feudalism. History 112.
Finns. lalcRitchie 111.
Food. Atkinson 105.
Foot ball. Echoes 125.
Forestry. 0s.
- Bibliography. Bjerregaard 90.
Forgery. Schuurbeque Bocije 114.
Founding. Wylie 113.
Franklin medal scholars. 101.
Freemasonry. Clubs 104.
Free trade. Mallet 121.
French and Indian war. Gabriel 102, Historicus 116,
Franklin 125.
French influence in Italy. Dejob 102.
French spoliations. Causten 126.
Fuel. Phillips 104, Thwaite 105.

Games. Sports 124, Champlin 130.
Gas engine. Chauveau 112.
Gas-heating. Thwaite 105.
Gems. Middleton 110.
Generals. Wilson, Cole 101, Griffiths 106.
Geography. Bibliography. Muller 0lu.
Gifford lectures. Mueller 122.
Girls. Ryder 130.
Glaciers. Bell 112.
Government. Political science 121.
Graining. Wall 113.
Grey, Charles, 2d earl Grey. 104 (Lieven).
Greyness. Robinson 116.
Guardianship. Lier 114.
Guilds. Grenzer 112.
Guisborough, Yorkshire. Cartularium 107.
Gunpowder. Moch, Monfroni von Monfort 117.
Gymnastics. Enebuske, Jenkin, Posse 125.
Gypsies. Leland 111.
Hades. Loescheke 122.
Health. Sanitary science 123.
Heaven. Larcom 122.
Hemenway expedition. Archeological 99.
Heraldry. Farrer 112.
Heredity. Shoemaker 123.
Hieroglyphics. 113.
Hittites. Campbell 99.
Homoeopathy. Lazarus 116.
Horsemanship. Apperley 124, Walsh 130.
Horse-racing. Chetwynd, Irving, Whyte 125.
Hospitals. 116.
Hubbard's map of New England. Deane 127.
Hunting. Pairault 125.
Hygiene. Sanitary science 123.
Hymns. Religious poetry 119.
Welsh. Lewis 130.
Hypnotism. IIbfelt, Luys, Yang 116.
Imposters, Literary. Hagen 114.
Indexes to periodicals and books. 118.
Indians. Missions. Martin de Nantes, Young 117.
Indulgences. Bronte 122.
Insanity. 116.
Inscriptions. Brugsch 99.
Insects injurious to vegetation. Illinois 128.
Ireland. Ethnology. Wood 99.
Irenaeus, St. Werner 122.


Bates Hall and Lower Hall

Irish wolf-dog. O'Reilly 105.
Italian biography. Contemporanei 103.
Ives, Brayton. Art catalogue. 109.

Janse, Zacharias. Borel 118.
Japanese women. Bacon 128.
Jesuits. Seymour 122.
Bibliography. Sommervogel 100.
Jewelry. Jewelers' weekly 112.
Jews. Education. Leipziger 105.
Joints. Judson 116.
Journalism. Bernardini 118.
Jungdeutschen, Die. Oertel 115.
Justification. Hleurtley 122.

Kent county, Rhode Island. Arnold 124.
Koch, Dr. Robert. Bryan 116.
Ku Klux Klan. Beard 126.

Labor. Helps, Smith 124.
La Fontaine, Jean de. Taine 114.
Land titles. Jones 114.
Languages. For words in various languages, see under
general heading Language 113.
Lawyers. Hoar, Mann 114.
Lead poisoning. Garrett 123.
Leg. Ridlon 116.
Liberty. Mackay 124.
Libraries. 100.
Liquors. Treatise 104.
Lithuanian books. 115.
Local history. For histories of towns, cities, etc., see
names of countries.
Locomotive. Forney 112.
London. Gordon 124.
Love. Bourget 119.
Love songs. Furnivall, Hulburd 119.
Luxury. Laveleye 121.

Machinery. Industrial and mechanical arts 112.
Magic lantern. Wright 118.
Magnetism of ships. United States 117.
Man. Anthropology 98.
Manuscripts. Great Britain 100, Great Britain, Percy
102, Stevens 125, Framery 127.
Greek. Allen 99.
Maps. Marcel 112.
Marriage. Hayn 100.
Massachusetts colony laws. Whitmore 100.
Massage. Graham 116.
Mechanical arts. Industrial 112.
Medals. Numismatics 117.
Medical electricity. Morton 106.
Mesolabe. Scaliger 116.
Metal working. Compton, Kittredge 112.
Metallurgy. Austen, Egleston, Eissler 104.
Microscope. Borel 118.
Mills bill. Lifting 121.
Milton, John. Jenny 115.
Mnemonics. Memory 118.
Monograms. Jobmann 110.
Monsee fragments. Hench 115.
Monumenta Germaniae historic. Holder-Egger 118.
Mosaics. Barthelemy 109.
Mosses. Cardot 104.
Music. Marx, Matthew 130.
Mycology. Rostafinski 104.
Mysteries. Sharpe 105.
Names. Geographical. United States 112.
National museum, U.S. Mason 99.
Nationalism. New nation 124.
Natural philosophy. Physics 118.
Negro. Clowes 126.
Nervous diseases. 116.
New England primer. Trumbull 100.
New Harmony, Indiana. Schneck 124.
Newspapers. Periodicals 118.
Niagara falls. 127.
Northmen in America. Slafter, Torfason 98.
Notaries. Hoeben 114.
Notes and queries. Sardou 121.
Novelists. Fiction 108.
Oberammergau. Butler, Holland 105.
Ocean. Iligginson 127.
Odes. Sharp 119.
CEcumenical council. Mozley 122.
Olympia. Fnrtwaengler 99.
Optical projection. Wright 118.
Origen. Koetschau 122.
Orleans, House of. Mirabeau 102.
Oxford movement. Church 122.
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Oxygen. Blodgett 116.
Oyster. Drake 111.

Painting. Fine arts 109.
Papyri. Vatican 100.
Parables. Goebel 122.
Paralysis. Judson 116.
Pathology. Green 116.
Peace. Universal 124.
Pensions. Hall 126.
Pharmacy. Gray 116.
Photography. 110, Roche 130.
Physicians. Roger 103.
Pickwick. Fitzgerald 108.
Plays. Drama 105.
Plumbing. Gerhard 123.
Poker. Guerodale 125.
Political science. 121; also Bonrinot 98.
Politics. Political science 121; see also under names of
countries for political affairs of each.
Popes. Platina 100.
Popular tales. Folk-lore 111.
Porphyrius. Ammonius 115.
Post-office, Great Britain. Hyde 107.
Pottery. 110.
Poultry. Haig, Wingfield 105.
Printing. 100, Jacobi 130.
Prismometer. Prentice 118.
Prohibition. Timely 124.
Protestant episcopal church. 122.
Psalmody. Religions poetry 119.
Pseudonyms. Sommervogel 100.
Psychological medicine. Call 116, Call 130.
Psychology. Hiffding, Volkmann von Volkmar 118.
Puritans. Goodwin 127.
Quebec. Historicus 116.
Rabbits. Edwards 105.
Raphael. Foerster 110.
Rappites. Schneck 124.
Realism. Kliencksieck 108, Trtverret 115.
Receipts. Phin 113.
Reformation. Enders, Tschackert 123.
Regiments, Histories of. Military science 117.
Religious drama. 105.
Rembrandt. Laughelm 110.
Renaissance. Muentz 110.
Revelation. Ewald 122.
Rhythm. Kawczynski 119.
Right. Lioy 114.
Roads. Debauve, Love 106.
Roman catholic church. Allies 122.
Romsey abbey. Spence 110.
Round table. Reiuhardstoettuer 111.
Rubber stamps. Sloane 113.
Sagas. Gunnlaugs 109.
Saratoga county, N. Y. Mann 114.
Schools. Educational institutions 106.
Science. Natural science 117.
Scotch-Irish. Perry 127.
Sculpture. 111.
Seals. Demay 104.
Seven years' war. Winter 107.
Sewerage. Sanitary science 123.
Sexes. Berg 118.
Shooting. Plain 125.
Sicilian vespers. Society 108.
Siegfried. Golther 121.
Skin. White 116.
Slide rule. Tonkes 106.
Socialism. Social science 124.
Societies. 104.
Songs. Poetry 119.
Sorcery. Leland 111.
Sovereigns. Politikos 106.
Spanish American literature. Lastarria 115.
Spermatozoa. Burnett 119.
Sports. Champlin 130.
Square. Hodgson 112.
Stables. Giraud 110.
StalB, Mme. de. Sorel 103.
Stage. Drama 105.
Stage coaches. Apperley 124.
Stair cases. Hodgson, New system 112.
Stanley, H. M. Ward 97.
State socialism. Foote, Mackay, Ritchie 124.
States of the United States. United States 126, 127.
Statics. Routh 118.


Subject Index

Statistics. Arnold, Meitzen 124.
Steam. Babcock & Wilcox co., Evers 112, United States
113.
Steam boilers. Fireman's guide 112.
Steam engines. Hawkins 112, Uhland 113, Peabody 118.
Student songs. Farmer 119.
Sublime. Schiller, Tugnot de Lanoye 110.
Submarine boats. Barber, Hovgaard 117.
Sufism. Frank 123.
Suffolk, England. Raven 117.
Sulphur in medicine. Suoo 116.
Sumatra. Veth 99.
Sunday. Schwab 122.
Surveying. Gribble, Johnson 106.
Sutton, New Hampshire. Worthen 112.
Swedes on the Delaware. Swedberg 125.

Tacitus. Gerberll3.
Talmud. Well 101.
Tapestry. Gerspach, Muentz 110.
Tariff. Hale, Philpott, Playfair, Sherman 121.
Tariff of 1890. Heyle, U. S. Treasury department 125.
Tasmania. Godwin's, Goodridge 118.
Taxation. Dixwell 121.
Technology, Chemical. 104.
Telescope. Borel 118.
Tennis. Wilberforce 125.
Theatre. Drama 105.
Theology. Raebiger, Sartorius 122.
Theology, Natural. Stirling 118.
Thermodynamics. Peabody 118.
Thirteenth century. Lecoy de La Marche 114.
Thomas Aquinas. Nolens 114.
Tobacco. Cameron 07.
Tools. Mitchell 112.
Torpedoes. Converse, Hill, Ludlow, Notes 117.
Torrens system of transfer of land. Jones 114.
Towns. See names of countries and states under which
works on their towns and cities are placed.
Trades-union. Howell 121.
Transmission of power. Donaldson 118.
Travels. Voyages and travels 127; also names of con-
tinents and countries.
Trees. Dame, Olmsted 98.
Trent, Council of. Druffol 123.
Trinity. Vogan 122.
Tudors. Jordan 107.
Turanian races. Featherman 98.
Turning lathes. Lukin 112.

Uniforms. Costume 104.
United brethren. Schrautenbach 122.
United States. Revolution. 125; Gabriel 102.
United States marine corps. Collum 117.
Upholstery. Moreland 110.
Uterus. Schmal 116.

Vases. Gargiulo 110.
Vatican. Batifol 100.
Vatican decrees. Doellinger 122.
Venezuela. Marcano 98.
Venezuelan claims. United States 98.
Ventilation. Buchan 123.
Venus of Milo. Preuner 111.
Vercelli book. Cook 103.
Vincigliata castle. Baxter 108.
Vinland. Slafter, Torfason 08.
Voltaire. Bibliography. Bengesco 99.

Wagner society, London. Meister 117.
War. Military science. 116.
Washington, George. Conway 118, Eliot 127.
Library. Baker 100.
Water closets. Brown, G. 123.
Water colors. Socidt6 110.
Water supply. Brown, D. W., Philadelphia, Prudden
123.
Water transportation. Jeans 106.
Wave theory. Feen 118.
Whist. Green, Pettes 125.
White swellings. Judson 116.
Wills. Weaver 107.
Wood carving. Rowe 113, Leland 130.
Workshops. Mitchell 112.
World's Columbian exposition. World's 113.
Worthington, John. Bibliography. Christie 99.
Yachts. Qualtrough 130.
Yucatan. Thompson 99.
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Books in Foreign Languages


Lower Hall


FINDING LIST OF BOOKS IN FOREIGN

LANGUAGES


ADDED TO THE LOWER HALL FROM 1881 TO 1891.


Fiction and Books for
the Young.
A la frontirre indienne. Strubberg, F. A. 1073.6
Aar, Et, i Embede. Schandorph, S. C. F. 2043.20
Abb6 Constantin, L'. Hal6vy, L. 1073.20
About, E. Madelon. 4e 6d. 1062.5
- Le roman d'un brave homme. 1073.14
Achmuellers Recht, Des. Winkler, L. and
Theresa. No. 2 in 2056.2.21
Adam Schrader. Lie, J. 2043.15
Affaire Froideville, L'. Theurict, A. 1063.24
Ailes, Les, d'Icare. Du Grail de La Villette, C.
B. 1063.6
Aimard, G. L'Araucan. 2e 6d. 2070.25
- Les BohBmes de la mer. 2070.34
- La castille d'or. 2070.35
- Les chasseurs d'abeilles. 2070.26
- Les chasseurs mexicains. 2070.36
- Le coeur de pierre. 2070.38
- Curumilla. 2070.41
- L'6claireur. 2070.42
- La fievre d'or. 2070.43
- Les fils de la tortue. Scenes de la vie indienne
an Chili. 2070.44
- Le forestier. 2071.23
- La fort vierge. 3 v. 2070.23
Contents.-1. Fanny Dayton.-2. Lo d6sert.-3. Le
vautour-fauve.
- Les Gambucinos. 2071.24
- Le grand chef des Aucas. 2 v. 2070.22
- La grande flibuste. 2071.25
- Le Guaranis. 2070.24
- Le lion du desert. Scenes de la vie indienne
dans les prairies. 2071.27
- Le Montonero. 2070.27
- Les nuits mexicaines. 2071.28
- Les outlaws du Missouri. 2071.29
- Le roi des placeres d'or. 2070.28
- Rosas. 2070.29
- Sacramenta. 2070.30
- Les scalpeurs blancs. Le sacripant. 2071.31
- Les Titans de la mer. 2071.32
- Les trappeurs de l'Arkansas. 2070.31
- Une vendetta mexicaine. 2071.33
- Z6no Cabral. 2071.34
Aimard, G., and Crisafulli, H. La cigale. 2070.37
- Les compagnons de la lune. 2070.39
- Le comte de Warrens. 2070.40
- Hermosa. 2071.26
- Passe-partout. 2071.30
Alba-Raymond, G., ed. Navery, Marie de. Le
d6serteur. 2061.30
Albert Fleurier. Joanne, A. L. 1063.15
Almer und Jagerleut'. Ganghofer, L. A. 2044.4


Am See. Holnstein aus Bayern, Ida C., Grifin.
No. x in 2056.2.7
Am Theetisch einer schonen Frau. Polko, Elise.
2020.27
Amerikanische Skizzen. Knortz, C. 2012.21
Amor auf Reisen. Cohn, O. J. 2044.29
Amour d'automne. Theuriet, A. 1063.22
Amtmanns Magd. John, E. 2031.12
An den Stufen des Thrones. Jarke, Franziska
J. No. I in 2056.2.35
An der friesischen Kiiste. Schilling, E.
No. 2 in 2056.2.2
Ander Indianergrenze. Strubberg, F. A. 2032.2
Angelica von Sainte-Croix. Follenius, Sofie A.
C. von. 2056.2.16
Ansiedler, Die, in Kanada. Marryat, F. 2043.27
Apotheker Heinrich. Behrens, Bertha. 2044.18
Arabische Erzihlungen. Tausend und eine
Nacht. 2044.9
Araucan, L'. Aimard, G. 2070.25
Archipel, L', en feu. Verne, J. 1073.23
Arge Sitten. Hopfen, II. 2044.19
Ariadne. Durand, Alice. 1062.6
Armand, pseud. See Strubberg, F. A.
Armendoctor, Der. Weiss, C. F. J.
No. I in 2056.2.32
Attelage, L', de la marquise. Tinseau, L. de.
2077.50
Attila. Dahn, L. J. F. 2038.18
Au coin du feu. Souvestre, i. 1073.15
Au Coq d'or. Deschamps, F. 1062.18
Auerbach, B. Brigitta. 2030.6
Drei einzige T6chter. 2039.1
Die Frau Professorin. Lucifer. Dorfgeschich-
ten. 2039.2
Das Landhaus am Rhein. 2030.9
Landolin von Reutershifen. 2030.7
Unterwegs. Kleine Geschichten und Lustspiele.
2030.8
Waldfried. 2010.7
Zur guten Stunde. Gesammelte Volkser-
zihlungen. 2 v. Illus. 1031.1
Auf dornigem Pfad. Weber, Adelheid M. L.
No. I in 2056.2.31
Auf Ehre. Grabert, H. No. 3 in 2056.2.37
Augenblick, Der, des Gliicks. Hacklaender, F.
W., Ritter von. 2028.13; 2030.12
Aus dem Bauernleben. Frederick, Bertha H.
2020.22
Aus dem Officierleben. Grabowski, S. S. A., Graf
von. 2020.I1
Aus eigener Kraft. Hillern, Wilhelmine von.
2010.9
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Aus fernen Landen. Brackel, Ferdinande M. T.,
Freiin von. No. i in 2056.2.10
Aus Nah und Fern. Spyri, Johanna. 2031.21
Aus Nord und Slid. Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2043.3
Aus Schloss und Hiitte. Wildermuth, Ottilie.
2026.19
Aus Secunda und Prima. Eckstein, E.
No. I in 2010.20
Aus unserem Lande. Spyri, Johanna. 2o31.20
Ausgerissenes Blatt, Ein. Niendorf, M. A.
2010.3
Automne, L', d'une femme. Bailly, Emma.
1074.39
Aventures de trois Russes et de trois Anglais.
Verne, J. 2071.36
Bach, C. Das Geheimniss von King's Norton.
Nach dem Englischen. No. 2 in 2056.2.25
Bachem's Novellen-Sammlung. Namely:
Bach, C. Das Geheimniss von King's Norton.
No. 2 in 2056.2.25
Berlepech, Lina, Freifrau von. Im fernen Westen.
2056.2.29
Bettziech, J. IH. Der Spieler. No. 3 in 2056.2.23
Bidembach, R. Der Schalmeier von Wald.
No. 2 in 2056.2.7
Brackel, F. M. T., Freiin von. Aus ferneu Landen.
No. I in 2056.2.10
Nicht wie alle Andern. No. I in 2056.2.1
Vom alten Stamm. No. i in 2056.2.38
Brockdorff, Sophie, Griifin. Ein Geheimniss des Kinigsee.
No. I in 2056.2.30
Cueppers, A. J. In der Knospe gebrochen.
No. 2 in 2056.2.3
Dallwitz, Wanda von. Gelandet. No. 3 in 2056.2.40
Die Recbte. No. 2 in 2056.2.14
Die Uhr des Rend Cardillac. No. 3 in 2056.2.28
Verlassen. No. 2 in 2056.2.20
Dincklage-Campe, Amalie E. S. W. von. Das Comtessel.
No. i in 2056.2.22
Die echten Abbergs. No. I in 2056.2.15
Fiirtliches Blut. No. i in 2056.2.5
Eimbeck, H. von. Im Lande der Mondscheinler.
No. 2 in 2056.2.40
Erlenbuseh, Hans. Die Sphinx. No. i in 2056.2.3
Flach, Josephine A. M. Herzenswirren. 2056.2.13
Fogowitz, Andri H. Djamar. No. 2 in 2056.2.30
Follenius, Sofie A. von. Angelica von Saiute-Croix.
2056.2.16
Dolores. No. 2 in 2056.2.22
Schloss Hartenfels. 2056.2.36
Wie sie sich finden. No. i in 2056.2.20
Franz, Emma. Schnoekathere. No. 2 in 2056.2.9
Zwei Braute. No. I in 2056.2.33
Fred, H. Nach langem Suchen. No. 2 in 2056.2.4
Die Tochter des Fliichtlings. No. 3 in 2056.2.33
Freyenstein, H. von. Dativ. No. i in 2056.2.34
Grabert, H. Auf Ehre. No. 3 in 2056.2.37
Haupt, A. Haiderislein. No. 3 in 2056.2.22
Herbert, M. Flitter! No. 4 in 2056.2.20
Miss Edda Brown. No. I in 2056.2.2
Ein modernes Miirchen. No. i in 2056.2.23
Hirschfeld, H. Die Komiidianten-Toni. 2056.2.26
Holm, A. Die Heldin der Saison. No. 2 in 2056.2.34
Holustein aus Bayern, Ida C., Griffin. Am See.
No. I in 2056.2.7
Jarke, Franziska J. An den Stufen des Thrones.
No. I in 2056.2.35
Onkel Born. No. 2 in 2056.2.1o
Schlichte Grisse. No. i in 2056.2.25
Verloren! No. 2 in 2056.2.17
Keiffen, L. Das dUstere Haus. No. 2 in 2056.2.38
Kelly, E. Der gefiillte Pfannkuchen. No. 2 in 2056.2.8
Lenhard, C. von. Meister Miller und sein Geselle.
No. 3 in 2056.2.32
Der Teufelstriller. No. 3 in 2056.2.24
Lenze, E. K. Grlifin Eva. No. 2 in 2056.2.27
Lenzen, Maria. Die begrabenen Schuhe.
No. 3 in 2056.2.20
Gefehlt. No. 2 in 2056.2.37
Leonhart, E. Gertrud. No. i in 2056.2.6
Marby, A. Hanka. No. i in 2056.2.14
May, C. Die drei Feldmarschalls. No. 2 in 2056.2.32
Oosten, G. von. Vannina. No. 2 in 2056.2.23
Osberg, 0. FiUgungen. No. 3 in 2056.2.38
Polko, Elise. Dita. No. 2 in 2056.2.24
Einefremde Blume. No. I in 2056.2.37


Books in Foreign Languages

Frobe Augen. No. a in 2056.2.28
Herzensfrihling. No. i in 2056.2.12
Mitgeholfen! No. in 20o56.2.1
Papillon. No. I in 2056.2.21
Eine zehnte Sinfonie. No. 2 in 2056.2.35
Puetz, E. von. Der letzte Schuss. No. 2 in 2056.2.39
Maria Angela. No. 3 in 2056.2.35
Rammers, F. Hauptmann Garbas. No. 2 in 2056.2.6
Raven, B. Die Mutter der Marquise. No. i in 2056.2.28
Ried, Paula. Keine Wahl. No. I in 2056.2.19
Nach zwanzig Jahren. No. 2 in 2056.2.11
Roskowska, Marie von. Die Grafenbraut.
No. 2 in 2056.2.15
Rothenfluh, E. von. Das Grab des Verschollenen.
No. 2 in 2056.2.18
Sandhage, Josefa. Herm's Vermlichtniss.
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Im Kampf mit der Welt. No. i in 2056.2.40
Schauensee, Louise M. von. Ein Sturm auf dem Vierwald-
stuitter-See. No. 2 in 2056.2.31
Schilling, Elise. An der friesischen Kiiste.
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Ein verborgenes Leben. No. 2 in 2056.2.33
Vor Pavia. No. I in 2056.2.17
Stous,-. Das Friulein von Groenerode. No. i in 2056.2.9
Tenger, Mariam, pseud. Der Gliickner von St. DiBze.
No. 2 in 2056.2.19
Der letzte Capy. No. x in 2056.2.8
Veltheim, H. von. Napoleon Pot6e. No. 2 in 2056.2.5
Die Siibne. No. i in 2056.2.39
Weber, Adelheid M. L. Auf dornigem Pfad.
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XWegerer, A. von. Schicksalsweehsel. No. i in 2056.2.27
Weiss, C. F. J. Der Armendoctor. No. I in 2056.2.32
Winkler, L., and Winkler, Theresa. Des Achmillers
Recht. No. 2 in 2056.2.21
Die beiden Vettern. No. 2 in 2056.2.I2
Die Waisen. No. I in 2056.2.4
Zagoskin, M. N. Der Versucher. No. I in 2o56.2.18
Zingeler, C. T. Zigeuner Rosel. No. i in 2056.2.x
Baerbele'sWeihnachten. Wildermuth, 0. 2046.8.3
Baeumlein, Das, im Walde. Wildermuth, O.
2046.8.12
Bailly, Emma. pseudd. Claire de Chandeneux.)
L'automne d'une femme. 2e 6d. 1880. 1074.39
- Blanche-neige, suivi de II ne faut pas dire:
Fontaine. 2e 6d. 1875. 1074.40
- La croix de Mouguerre. 1879. 1074.41
- Les deux femmes du major. 1876. 1074.54
- Une faiblesse de Minerve. 1877. 1074.42
- La femme du Capitaine Aub6pin. 1875. 1074.45
- Les filles du colonel. 2e ed. 1877. 1074.46
- Les gibouloes de la vie. 1878. 1074.43
- L'honneur des Champavayre. 2e ed. 1074.44
- Le marriage du tresorier. 1876. o074.47
- Les ronces du chemin. 1881. 1074.48
- Sans ceur! 2e 6d. 1878. o074.49
- Vaisseaux brulls. 1877. 1074.50
- Les visions d'or. 1874. 1074.51
Balthasars Apfelbiume. Wildermuth, O.
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Banditen. Blanche, A. T. 2045.3
Bauer, M. Unter Rosen. 1885. 2033.5
Baumbach, R. Sommermiirchen. 1888. 2038.9
Begrabenen Schuhe, Die. Lenzen, Maria.
No. 3 in 2056.2.20
Behrens, Bertha. pseudd. W. Heimburg.) Apo-
theker Heinrich. 2044.18
- Dazumal. Vier Novellen. 2te Aufl. 2046.1
- Ihr einziger Bruder. 2038.17
- Kloster Wendhusen. 3te Aufl. 2044.35
- Unter der Linde. Sieben Novellen. 2044.21
Beiden Griifinnen, Die. Hahn, R. E. 1042.12
Beiden Vettern, Die. Winkler, L., and Winkler,
Theresa. No. 2 in 2056.2.12
Bellamy, E. Ein Riickblick (Looking backward),
2000-1887. Ins Deutsche iibersetzt von S. Schind-
ler. 1890. 2046.14


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Berger, Marie, pseud. SeeFollenius, S.A.C.von.
Berlepsch, Lina, Freifrau von. Im fernen
Westen. Nach dem Americanischen. 2056.2.29
Bernard, Charles de. See Du Grail deLaVillette,
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Beta, H., pseud. See Bettziech, J. H.
Bettziech, J. H. Der Spieler. Erzihlung aus
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Beyschlag, J. H. C. W. Godofred. Ein Mirchen.
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Biart, L. Quand j'6tais petit. [1886.] 1o63.33
Bidembach, R. Der Schalmeier von Wald.
Oberschwabische Dorfgeschichte aus der Zeit des
Bauernkrieges. [1884?] No. 2 in 2056.2.7
Bilder ur verkligheten. Blanche, A. T. 2045.4
Billet, Un, de loterie. Verne, J. 1073.27
Blanche, A. T. Banditen. [1877.] 2045.3
- Bilder ur verkligheten. [1874-78.] 5v. 2045.4
- Flickan i stadsgArden. [1877.] 2045.5
- FErsta Alskarinnan. [1877.] 2045.6
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frAn revolutionen i Paris 1848. [1876.] 2 v. 2045.9
- Taflor och beriittelser. I)el 1, 2. [Also,
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Blanche-neige. Bailly, Emma. 1074.40
Blauen, Die, und Gelben. Gerstaecker, F. 2010.13
Boh8mes, Les, de la mer. Aimard, G. 2070.34
Bondestudentar. Garborg, A. 2043.22
Bonne-Marie. Durand, Alice M. C. 1062.7
Brackel, F. M. T., Freiin von. Aus fernen
Landen. [1884?] No. i in 2056.2.10
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Braune Lenchen, Das. Wildermuth, 0. 2056.8.11
Brausejahre. Decken, A. von der. 2044.30
Brigitta. Auerbach, B. 2030.6
Brise-de-Mai. Lamy, V. 1074.53
Brockdorff, Sophie, Grafin. Ein Geheimniss des
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Brunette et Blondinette. Pressensd, Llise F. L.
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Buergermeister, Der, von Neisse. Hartwig, G.
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Buerstenbinder, Elisabeth. pseudd. E. Werner.)
Gebannt und erlst. [1888.] 2 v. 2044.16
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Burnett, Frances H. Der kleine Lord. (Little
Lord Fauntleroy.) Uebersetzung von Emmy
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Cadette. Fleuriot, Zdnaide M. A. 1073.11
Capitaine Simon, Le. Fival, P. H. C.
2064.23; 1073.19
Carraud, Z. T. Trdsor de contest d16mentaires.
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Castille d'or, La. Aimard, G. 2070.35
Catherine. Sandeau, L. S. J. 1063.4
Ce que femme veut. Dussaud, A. 1063.25
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Chasseurs, Les, d'abeilles. Aimard, G. 2070.26
Chasseurs mexicains, Les. Aimard, G. 2070.36
Cherbuliez, V. Paule M6r6. Ce 6d. 1063.8
- La revanche de Joseph Noirel. 1872. 1072.7
- Le roman d'une honnote femme. 10e ed. o163.9
Cherubino und Zephirine. Wildermuth, 0.
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Cigale, La. Aimard, G., and Crisafulli, H. 2070.37
Circ6. Feuillet, 0. 1073.26; 2072.27
Claretie, Jules. La maison vide. 9e Bd. 1883.
1063.10
Coeur, Le, de pierre. Aimard, G. 2070.38
Cohn, O. J. pseudd. Oscar Justinus.) Amor
auf Reisen. Lustige Geschichten. 1888. 2044.29
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Colomb, Josephine B. Les rdvoltes de Sylvie.
1889. io061.2
Colonie, Die. Gerstaecker, F. 2010.12
Compagnons, Les, de la lune. Aimard, G., and
Crisafulli, H. 2070.39
Comte, Le, de Warrens. Aimard, G., and
Crisafulli, H. 2070.40
Comtesse, La, de Rudolstadt. Dudevant, Aman-
tine L. A. D. 1063.13
Comtessel, Das. Dincklage-Campe, Amalie
E. S. W. von. No. i in 2056.2.22
Confessions d'un ouvrier. Souvestre, E. o063.32
Contestir6s de Shakespeare. Lamb, C. and Mary.
2062.24
Conway, Hugh, pseud. See Fargus, F. J.
Cooper, J. F. Lederstrumpf-Geschichten. [B.]
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bearbeitet von E. Trautmann. [188-? Univer-
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Craven, Pauline. Fleurange. 12e 6d. Par
Mme. Augustus Craven. 1873. 2071.38
Crisafulli, H., joint author. See Aimard, G.
Croix, La, de Mouguerre. Bailly, Emma. 1074.41
Croker, B. M. Die hiibsche Miss Neville.
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Cueppers, A. J. In der Knospe gebrochen.
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Curumilla. Aimard, G. 2070.41
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Dallwitz, Wanda von. pseudd. Walter Schwarz.)
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Darc, Jeanne. Foussette, J. Jeanne d'Arc; ou,
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Dativ. Freyenstein, H. von. No. x in 2056.2.34
Daudet, A. La Belle-Nivernaise. Histoire d'un
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1883. 2062.23
- Lettres de mon moulin. Impressions et souve-
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Dazumal. Behrens, Bertha. 2046.1











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Decken, A. von der. Brausejahre. Bilder aus
Weimars Bliithezeit. Von A. v. d. Elbe [pseud.].
[1888.] 2044.30
DeFoe, D. Aventures de Robinson Crusoe,
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- Robinson Cruso6 oder wunderbare Abenteuer
eines Schiffbriichigen. Fir die Jugend neu
bearbeitet von G. Mensch. [188-?] [Universal-
bibliothek fiir die Jugend.] 2044.33
Deschamps, F. Au Coq d'or. 2e Ad. 1062.18
D6serteur, Le. Navery, Marie de. 2061.30
Deutsch und Slavisch. Gundling, J. 1042.20
Deutsche Jugendblitter. Mit Illus. Jahrg. 1-
28, 1861-1888. 2040.1
Deutsche Liebe. Mueller, F. M. 2014.12
Deutsche Novelletten-Bibliothek. Bernhardt,
W., ed. German novelettes for school and home.
2043.7
Deutsche Roman-Bibliothek zu Ueber Land und
Meer. Stuttgart, 1873-90. 35 v. in 32. L. 80. 2041.1
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card catalogue.
Deux femmes, Les, du major. Bailly, E. 1074.54
Dewall, Johannes van, pseud. See Kuehne, A.
Diard, Louise. Le secret de la bisaieule. 1072.5
Dincklage-Campe, Amalie E. S. W. von. Das
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- Die echten Abbergs. No. x in 2056.2.15
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Dirkink, J. von, pseud. See Sandhage, Josefa.
Dita. Polko, Elise. No. 2 in 2056.2.24
Djamar. Fogowitz, A. H. No. 2 in 2056.2.30
Docteur Ox, Le. Verne, J. 2071.37
Dolores. Follenius, S. A. C. von. No. 2 in 2056.2.22
Doppelleben. Hillern, Wilhelmine von. 2033.3
Dor6, P. G., illustrator. Reid, Mayne. L'habi-
tation du desert. 2077.49
Dot, Une. LegouvA, E. 2077.50
Drame, Un, dans les airs. Verne, J. 2071.37
Drei einzige TBchter. Auerbach, B. 2039.1
Drei Feldmarschalls, Die. May, C.
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Drei Schulkameraden. Wildermuth, 0. 2046.8.2
Drei Schwestern, Die, vom Walde. Wildermuth,
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Du Boisgobey, F. La main couple. 3e S d.
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Du Grail de La Villette, C. B., called Charles de
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- Same. Nouv. Ad. 1883. 1063.5
- Un homme serieux. Nouv. Ad. 1878. 1063.7
Dudevant, Amantine L. A. D. pseudd. George
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Duemila leghe sotto l'America. Salgari, E. 1055.8
Duestere Haus, Das. Keiffen, L. No. 2 in 2056.2.38
Dumas, A. D. Les trois mousquetaires. 1886.
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Durand, Alice M. C. pseudd. Henry GrBville.)
Ariadne. 3e 6d. 1878. 1062.6
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La fille de Dosia. 15e Ad. [1887?] 1063.26
Les marriages de Philomene. 3e 6d. 1062.9
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Le moulin Frappier. Ge Ad. 1881. 2 v. 1074.52
Nouvelles russes. 1878. o162.II
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Eclaireur, L'. Aimard, G. 2070.42
Eggleston, E. Syv Historier. Oversatte af H.
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Eimbeck, H. von. Im Lande der Mondscheinler.
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Einsam Kind, Ein. Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2046.8.1
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Emma's Pilgerfahrt. Wildermuth, 0. 2046.8.10
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Enslingen pa Johannisskiret. Flygare-Carl6n,
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Erlenbusch, H. Die Sphinx. No. i in 2056.2.3
Erster, Ein, und ein letter Ball. Hacklaender,
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Eulenhaus, Das. John, E. 2031.18; 2044.17
Europiische Minen und Gegenminen. Meding,
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fvang6liste, L'. Daudet, A. 2062.23
Fahrende Geselle, Der. Landesmann, H. 2030.4
Faiblesse, Une, de Minerve. Bailly, Emma.
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Familie Buchholz, Die. Stinde, J. E. W. 1052.1
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Familjen paa Gilje. Lie, J. 2043.17
Fargus, F. J. Ein Familiengeschichte. Roman
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Felicitas. Dahn, L. J. F. 2038.16
Femme, La, du Capitaine AubBpin. Bailly, Emma.
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Ferien, Die, auf Schloss Barenburg. NWilder-
muth, Ottilie. 2046.8.6
Feuerwerker Wortmann und andere Soldatenge-
schichten. Hacklaender, F. W., Ritter von.
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Feuillet, 0. Julia de Tr6cceur. 3e 6d. [Also,
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-Laveuve: Levoyageur. 54e d. 1884. 1063.12
F6val, P. H.C. Le capitaine Simon. [Also] La
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Fiacre no. 13, Le. Mont6pin, X. A., comte de.
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Fievre, La, d'or. Aimard, G. 2070.43
Fille, La, de Dosia. Durand, Alice M. C. 1063.26
Fille, La, de l'6migr6. F6val, P. H. C.
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Filles, Les, du colonel. Bailly, Emma. 1074.46
Fils, Les, de la tortue. Aimard, G. 2070.44
Flach, Josephine A. M. IHerzenswirren. 2056.2.13
Fleurange. Craven, Pauline. 2071.38
Fleuriot, Z6naide M. A. Cadette. Illus. 1881.
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Une Parisienne sous la foudre. 5e 6d. 1882.
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Flickan i stadsgArden. Blanche, A. T. 2045.5
Flitter! (Novellette.) Herbert, M.
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Flygare-Carl6n, Emilia. Enslingen pA Johan-
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Fbrsta alskarinnan. Blanche, A. T. 2045.6
Foerstersbraut, Die, im Odenwald. Mueller, 0.
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Fogowitz, A. H. Djamar. Friesische Novelle.
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Follenius, Sofie A. C. von. pseudd. M. Berger.)
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Dolores. [1886.] No. 2 in 2056.2.22
Schloss Hartenfels. [1888.] 2056.2.36
Wie sie sich finden. No. i in 2056.2.20
Forestier, Le. Aimard, G. 2071.23
For8t vierge, La. Aimard, G. 2070.23
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Foucaux, Charlotte. pseudd. Mary Summer.)
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Foussette, J. Jeanne d'Arc; ou, la France an
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Fraeulein, Das, von Groenerode. Stous, -
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France. Historical fiction. Meding, Johann F.
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About the middle of the 18th century. See also Meding.
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af s6der och nord. 2 v. 2045.9
Frangois, Marie Luise von. Hellstidt. 2046.10
Natur und Gnade nebst anderen Erzihlungen.
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Franz, Emma. Schneekathere. No. 2 in 2056.2.9
Zwei Brdute. [1888.] No. i in 2056.2.33
Franzos, C. E. Junge Liebe. 1884. 1042.16
Frau Luna. Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2046.8.12
Frau, Die, mit den Karfunkelsteinen. John,
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Frau Professorin, Die. Auerbach, B. 2039.2
Frau Wilhelmine. Stinde, J. E. W. 1052.2
Fred, H. Nach langem Suchen. No. 2 in 2056.2.4
- Die Tochter des Fliichtlings. No. 3 in 2056.2.33
Frederick, Bertha H. pseudd. Golo Raimund.)
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Gesucht und gefunden. 2031.5
Ein neues Geschlecht. 1879. 2010.5
Verwaist. [187-?] 2031.4
Zwei Braiite. 2031.1
Zwei Menschenalter. [1870?] 2031.3
Zweimal vermihlt. [187-?] 2031.2
Fremde Blume, Eine. Polko, Elise.
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Fremmed og Hjemligt. Schandorph, S. C. F.
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Frenzel, C. W. T. Des Lebens Ueberdruss.
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Fr&res Colombes, Les. Peyrebrune, Mathilde G.
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Freyenstein, H. von. Dativ. No. I in 2056.2.34
Friedhofsblume. Hillern, Wilhelmine von.
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Friedrich, F. Mit den Waffen. 1885. 2026.20
Frobe Augen. Polko, Elise. No. 2 in 2056.2.28
Frritt-Flacc. Verne, J. 1073.27
Fruehlingstraum, Ein. Kuehne, A. 2033.7
Fiigungen. Osberg, 0. No. 3 in 2056.2.38
Fuerstliches Blut. Dincklage-Campe, Amalie
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Gambucinos, Les. Aimard, G. 2071.24
Gamle Apothek, Det. Schandorph, S. C. F.
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Ganghofer, L. A. Almer und Jagerleut'. Neue
Hochlands-Geschichten. 1885. 2044.4
Garborg, A. Bondestudentar. 1885. 2043.22
Gautier, T. Un trio de romans. 1888. o063.23
Gebannt und erlost. Buerstenbinder, E. 2044.16
Gefehlt. Lenzen, Maria. No. 2 in 2056.2.37
Gefuellte Pfannkuchcn, Der. Kelly, E.
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Geheimniss, Ein, des Kbnigsee. Brockdorff,
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Geheimniss, Das, von King's Norton. Bach,
C. No. 2 in 2056 2.25
Geheimnisse, Die, von Paris. Sue, E. 2011.5
Geier-Wally, Die. Hillern, W. von. 2010.6
Gelandet. Dallwitz,Wanda von. No.3 in 2056.2.40
Gel6bnis, Das. Voss, R. 2046.7
Gennevraye, A. L'ombra. 1887. 1073.29
Gerfaut. Du Grail de La Villette, C. B.
o063.29; ro63.5
Germany. Historical fiction. Dahn, L. J. F.
Attila. Historischer Roman aus der Vblkerwande-
rung (a. 453 n. Chr.). 2038.18
- Felicitas. Historischer Roman aus der
Vilkerwanderung (a. 476 n. Chr.). 2038.16
May, C. Die dreiFeldmarschalls. Einebisher
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novels.
Gerolstein. Sue, Eugene. No. 2 in 2011.5.1o
Gerona. Perez Gald6s, B. 1054.4
Gerstaecker, F. Die Blauen und Gelben. Vene-
zuelanisches Charakterbild. [1877.] 2010.13
Die Colonie : brasilianisches Lebensbild. 2010.12
Gold: ein californisches Lebensbild aus dem
Jahre 1849. 1872. 2010.10
Im Eckfenster. 1872. 4 v. in 2. 2012.2
Same. [187-.] 2010.14
- Die Missionaire. Roman aus der Siidsee. 2037.4
- Nach America! Ein Volksbuch. 2te Aufl.
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Gertrud. Leonhart, E. No. i in 2056.2.6
Gesucht und gefunden. Frederick, B. H. 2031.5
GiboulBes, Les, de la vie. Bailly, Emma. 1074.43
Girardin, Delphine G. de. Marguerite; ou, deux
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Gloeckner, Der, von St. Didze. Tenger, Mariam,
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Glueck, Das, von Rothenburg. Heyse, P. J. L.
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Godofred. Beyschlag, J. H. C. W. 2038.12
Goerner, Nora. Veranderte Verhaltnisse. 1885.
2026.16
Gold. Gerstaecker, F. 2010.10
Goldelse. John, Eugenie. 2018.7
Grab, Das, des Verschollenen. Americanische
Novelle. Rothenfluh, E. von. No. 2 in 2o56.2.18
Grabert, H. Auf Ehre. No. 3 in 2056.2.37
Grabowski, S. S. A., Graf von. Aus dem
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Graefin Chateaubriant. Laube, H. 1029.24
Graefin Eva. Lenze, E. K. No. 2 in 2056.2.27
Grafenbraut, Die. Roskowska, M. von.
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Grand chef, Le, des Aucas. Aimard, G. 2070.22
Grande flibuste, La. Aimard, G. 2071.25
Gred, Die. Ebers, G. M. 2038.15
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Grimm, J. L. C., and Grimm, W. C. Kinder-
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Guaranis, Le. Aimard, G. 2070.24
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Gundling, J. pseudd. Lucian Herbert.) Deutsch
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Hahn, R. E. Die beiden Grifinnen. 1042.12
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Haider6slein. Haupt, A. No. 3 in 2056.2.22
Hal6vy, L. L'abb6 Constantin. 1883. 1073.20
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Hanka. Marby, A. No. i in 2056.2.14
Hans und Heinz Kirch. Storm, T. 1042.13
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Heidi kann brauchen, was es gelernt hat. Spyri,
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Heidis Lehr- und Wanderjahre. Spyri, J. 2030.5
Heimatlos. Sypri, Johanna. 2033.8
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Helene Jung. Lindau, P. 2046.4
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Hiltl, G. Um Thronund Leben. 1042.11
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Il ne faut pas dire: Fontaine. Bailly, E. 1074.4o
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Im fernen Westen. Berlepsch, Lina, Freifrau
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Im Hause des Commerzienrathes. John, E. 2031.16
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Im Lande der Mondscheinler. Eimbeck, H. von.
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Im Schillingshof. John, Eugenie. 2031.9
In der Knospe gebrochen. Cueppers, A. J.
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In dunkler Nacht. Schuecking, L. 2033.6
Irrlichter, Die. Petersen, Marie. 2026.II
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Im Hause des Commerzienrathes. 1877. 2031.16
Im Schillingshof. 2031.9
Reichsgrifin Gisela. 2031.14
Thiiringer Erzahlungen. 1874. 2031.10
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JokAi, M. Der letzte Pascha von Ofen. His-
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Julliot, F. de. Mademoiselle Solange (Terre de
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Kalte Herz, Das. Hauff, W. 2038.6
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Katheder und Schulbank. Eckstein, E.
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Keiffen, L. Das diistere Haus. No. 2 in 2056.2.38
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Kinder des Siidens. Voss, R. 2046.7
Kinder Gebet, Der. Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2046.8.4
Kinder- und Hausmdirchen der Gebriider Grimm.
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Kinderthrinen. Wildenbruch, E. A. von.
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Kleine Lord, Der. Burnett, Frances H. 2046.5
Klikuschka, Die. Lankenau, H. von. 2043.6
Kloster Wendhusen. Behrens, Bertha. 2044.35
Knortz, C. Amerikanische Skizzen. 2012.21
Koenig, E. A. Spuren im Sande. 1042.10
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- Der Verschollene. 1885. 2044.28
- Die Wege zum Gliick. 1878. 2 v. 2011.8
Koenigin, Eine. Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2046.8.4
Koenigs Patenkind, Des. Wildermuth, Ottilie.
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Kom6dianten-Toni, Die. Hirschfeld, H.
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Kordulas erste Reise. Wildermuth, 0. 2046.8.13
Kreuz und Schwert. Meding, J. F. M. 0. 1053.4
Krieg und Frieden. Wildermuth, Ottilie.
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La B6dolli6re, E. G. de. Histoire de la mere
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Lala. Voss, R. 2046.7
Lamb, C. and Mary. Contes tires de Shakespeare
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Lamy, V. Brise-de-Mai; on, les trappeurs de
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Landesmann, H. pseudd. Hieronymus Lorm.)
Der fahrende Geselle. 1884. 2030.4
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Landolin von Reutersh6fen. Auerbach, B. 2030.7
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Turkmenenrache. 1882. 1042.19
Laube, H. Grifin Chateaubriant. 1876. 1029.24
Lederstrumpf-Geschichten. Cooper, J. F.
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Legouv6, E. Une dot. (In Tinseau. L'attelage
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Letzte Capy, Der. Tenger, Mariam, pseud.
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Letzte Hieb, Der. Hopfen, H. 2044.25
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Lodsen og hans Hustru. Lie, J. L. I. 2012.8











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Lorm, Hieronymus, pseud. See Landesmann, H.
Lucifer. Auerbach, B. 2039.2
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Madame de Sommerville. Sandeau, J. 1063.2
Madelon. About, E. F. V. 1062.5
Mademoiselle Solange. Julliot, F. de. 1063.31
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Main couple, La. Du Boisgobey, F. 2072.24
Maison blanche, La. Pressens6, E. F. L. 2072.25
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Maison vide, La. Claretie, J. 1063.10
Maitre, Le, de forges. Ohnet, G. 1073.25
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Malot, H. H. Sans famille. 2 v. 1o62.15
Malstrpm, En. Lie, J. 2043.16
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Marguerite; ou, deux amours. Girardin, Delphine
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Maria Angela. Puetz, E. von. No. 3 in 2056.2.35
Marriage au gant, Le. Tinseau, L. de. 1062.16
Marriage, Un, d'amour. Halvy, L. 1073.16
Marriage, Le, de G6rard. Theuriet, A. 1073.21
Mariage, Le, dutr6sorier. Bailly, Emma. 1074.47
Mariages, Les, de garnison. Bailly, Emma. 1074.44
Mariages, Les, de Philomine. Durand, Alice AM.
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Marianne. Dudevant, Amantine L. A. D. 1063.18
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The scene is laid in France about the middle of the 18th
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Miss Edda Brown. Herbert, M. No. I in 2056.2.2
Missiondre, Die. Gerstaecker, F. 2037.4
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Natur und Gnade. Francois, M. L. von. 2044.7
Navery, Marie de. pseudd. Raoul de Navery.)
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Osberg, Otto. Fiigungen. No. 3 in 2056.2.38
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Outlaws, Les, du Missouri. Aimard, G. 2071.29
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Papillon. Polko, Elise. No. i in 2056.2.21
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Passe-partout. Aimard, G., and Crisafulli, H.
2071.30
Paul et Virginie. Saint-Pierre, J. H. B. de. 1063.14
Paule M6r6. Cherbuliez, V. o063.8
Perdue. Durand, Alice M. C. 2072.23; 2072.35
Perez Gald6s, B. Gerona. 1886. 1054.4
A story of the time of the siege of Gerona in 1809.
El terror de 1824. 1884. 1054.3
A story founded upon events during the deposition and sub-
sequent restoration of Ferdinand vii. of Spain.
Peterli, Der, von Emmenthal. Wildlermuth, Ot-
tilie. 2046.8.9
Petersen, Marie. Die Irrlichter. Von der Ver-
fasserin der Prinzessin Ilse. 1863. 2026.11
Peyrebrune, Mathilde G. E. de. pseudd. Georges
de Peyrebrune.) Les fr6res Colombes. o163.19
Plongeur, Le. Du Boisgobey, F. o063.34


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Polko, Elise. Am Theetisch einer schinen Frau.
Erinnerungen an den Kaiser Alexander I. 2020.27
Dita. [1886.] No. 2 in 2056.2.24
Eine fremde Blume. [1889.] No. I in 2056.2.37
Frohe Augen. [1887.] No. 2 in 2056.2.28
Herzensfriihling. [1884?] No. i in 256.2.12
--Mitgeholfen! Ein Dombau-Miirchen. [1882.]
No. I in 2056.2.1
Papillon. [1885?] No. I in 2056.2.2
Eine zehnte Sinfonie. No. 2 in 2056.2.35
Ponson du Terrail, P. A., vicomte de. Le pacte
de sang. 1071.5
Pont-Jest, L. R. D. de. Le no. 13 de la rue Mar-
lot. 1877. 2072.22
Porchat, J.J. Trois mois sous laneige. Journal
d'un jeune habitant du Jura. 1863. 2077.15
Same. 1864. xo62.I7
Pressens6, Elise F. L. Brunette et Blondinette.
1889. 2062.25
La maison blanche. Histoire pour les 6coliers.
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Puetz, Ev. von. Der letzte Schuss. [1889.]
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Maria Angela. [1888.] No. 3 in 2056.2.35
Putlitz, G. H. G., Edler Herr zu. Vier Novellen.
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Quand j'6tais petit. Biart, L. 1063.33
Quisisana. Spielhagen, F. 2031.8
Raimund, Golo, pseud. See Frederick, Bertha H.
Rammers, F. Hauptmann Garbas. [1883.]
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Rattenflnger, Der, von Hameln. Wolff, J. 2032.4
Rau, H. William Shakespeare. Culturgeschicht-
lich-biographischer Roman. 1864. 2044.8
Raven, B. Die Mutter der Marquise. Nach dem
Franz6sischen. [1887.] No. i in 2056.2.28
Raymond, Emmeline. Un r6cit qui ne se termine
pas par un marriage (imit6 de l'allemand). 2076.21
Rechte, Die. Dallwitz, W. von. No. 2 in 2056.2.14
R6cit, Un, qui ne se termine pas par un marriage.
Raymond, Emmeline. 2076.21
Reiche Leute. Hesekiel, Ludovika. 2044.10
Reichsgrlfin Gisela. John, Eugenie. 2o31.14
Reid, Mayne. L'habitation du desert on ventures
d'une famille perdue dans les solitudes de l'Am6-
rique. Trad. de l'Anglais. Illus. par Dor6. 2077.49
Residenzgeschichten. Hacklaender, F. W.,
Ritter von. 2044.22
Revanche, La, de Joseph Noirel. Cherbuliez, V.
1072.7
RBvoltes, Les, de Sylvie. Colomb, J. B. o061.2
Ried, Paula. Keine Wahl. No. I in 2056.2.19
Nach zwanzig Jahren. No. 2 in 2056.2.11
Ritter oder Dame. Meding, J. F. M. 0. 1053.6
Robinson au Mont-Blanc. Enduran, L. 2062.21
Robinson Crusoe (In French). De Foe, D. 2072.29
(In German). De Foe, D. 2044.33
Roderich. Mueller, 0. 201o.i8
Roi, Le, des placeres d'or. Aimard, G. 2070.28
Roman, Le, d'un brave homme. About, E. F. V.
1073.14
Roman, Le, d'une honntte femme. Cherbuliez,
V. Io63.9
Ronces, Les, du chemin. Bailly, Emma. 1074.48
Rosas. Aimard, G. 2070.29
Roskowska, Marie von. Die Grafenbraut.
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Rothe Freibeuter, Der. Cooper, J. F. 2044.34
Rothenfluh, E. von. Das Grab des Verschollenen.
Americanische Novelle. No. 2 in 2056.2.18
Rudorff, E., pseud. See Jarke, Franziska J.
Rueckblick, Ein. Bellamy, E. 2046.14
Ruppius, 0. Gesammelte Werke. 6 v. 2032.1
Contents. -1. Der Pedlar. -Das Vermlichtniss des Pedlars.
--lleimchen. 2. Die drei Vagabonden.- Dr Prairie-
Teufel.-Ein dentscher Pferdedicb.--Eine Karriere in
America. 3. Ein Dentscher. Zwei Welten. Aus
Bchullehrerleben im Westen. 4. Mary Krcuzer.-Busch-
lerelie. Auf Regierungslande. Vermisst.- Unter Prem-
den. Die Nachbarn. Der erste Ball in Milwaukie. 5.
Geld und Geist.- Schlamm und fester Boden.-Priester
und Bauer. -Eine Weber families. Wie ich im Westen-
iingen blieb. 6. Ein Stick deutsches Bauernleben.-
Drei Tage aus dem Leben eines Schullehrers. Traum-
kinig und der reiche Schneider.- Bill Hammer. Eine
Speculation. Waldspinne.
Sacramenta. Aimard, G. 2070.30
Sacripant, Le. Aimard, G. 2071.31
Saint-Enogat. Theuriet, A. 1073.10
Saint-Pierre, J. H. B. de. Paul etVirginie. 1063.14
Salgari, E. Duemila leghe sotto l'America. 1055.8
Samarow, Gregor, pseud. See Meding, J. F. M. 0.
Samuel Heinzerling's Tagebuch. Eckstein, E.
No. 5 in 2010.20
Sand, George, pseud. See Dudevant, A. L. A. D.
Sandbub', Der, oder: Wer hat's am besten?
Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2046.8.6
Sandeau, Jules. Catherine. 1883. o063.4
- Madame de Sommerville, suivi de La chasse au
roman. 1879. o063.2
- La mason de Penarvan. 1884. 1063.3
Sandhage, Josefa. pseudd. J. von Dirkink.)
Herm's Vermachtniss. Eine miinsterliindische
Novelle. [1886.] No. i in 2056.2.24
- Im Kampf mit der Welt. Miinster-lhndische
Novelle. [1889.] No. I in 2056.2.40
Sankt Michael. Buerstenbinder, Elisabeth. 1052.3
Sans cour Bailly, Emma. 1074.49
Sans famille. Malot, H. H. 1062.15
Scalpeurs blancs, Les. Aimard, G. 2071.31
Scandale, Un, d'hier. Foucaux, C. 1063.21
Scenes villageoises. Muller, E. 1071.9
Schalmeier, Der, von Wald. Bidembach, R.
No. 2 in 2056.2.7
Schandorph, S. C. F. Et Aar i Embede. 2043.20
- Fremmed og Hjemligt. 1885. 2043.21
- Det game Apothek. 1885. 2043.19
Schauensee, Louise M. von. Ein Sturm auf dem
Vierwaldstitter-See. [1888.] No. 2 in 2056.2.31
Schicksalswechsel. Wegerer, A. von.
No. i in 2056.2.27
Schilling, Elise. pseudd. Ernst Lingen.) An der
friesischen Kiiste. [1883.] No. 2 in 2056.2.2
- Ein verborgenes Leben. No. 2 in 2056.2.33
--Vor Pavia. [1884?] No. I in 2056.2.17
A story of the time of the battle of Pavia, 1525.
Schindler, Solomon, transl. Bellamy, E. Ein
Riickblick (Looking backward). 2046.14
Schlichte Gr6sse. Jarke, F. J. No. i in 2056.2.25
Schloss, Das, am Meere. Schroeder, C. 1042.17
Schloss Hartenfels. Follenius, Sofie A. C. von.
2056.2.36
Schmid, C. von. Ausgewihlte Erzahlungen.
Mit einem Abrisse seines Lebens von G. Plieninger.
[188-?] 4 v. in 1. [Universalbibliothek fuir die
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Contents.-1. Die Ostereier.- Der Weihnachtsabend. 2.


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Rosa von Tannenburg. 3. Heinrich on Eichenfels. -
Das Tiubchen. 4. Das Blumenkdrbehen. -Der Kanarien-
vogel. Das Johanniskilferchen.
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Schneekathere. Franz, Emma. No. 2 in 2056.2.9
Schrattenthal, K., pseud. See Weiss, C. F. J.
Schroeder, C. Das Schloss am Meere. 1042.17
Schuecking, Levin. Zwei Novellen. Virago.
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Schul-Mysterien. Eckstein, E. No. 2 in 20o0.20
Schultz, C. T. Nach dem Leben. 2044.24
Schwarz, Walter, pseud. See Dallwitz, W. von.
Schweigen. Storm, T. 1042.13
Sebalds, Die. Jordan, W. 2026.21
Secret, Le, de la bisaieule. Diard, Louise. 1072.5
Segur, Sophie, comtesse de. Les malheurs de
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Seltsame Schule, Eine. Wildermuth, 0. 2046.8.3
Serge Panine. Ohnet, G. 1073.24
Shakespeare, W. Lamb, C. and Mary. Contes
tires de Shakespeare d'apris l'Anglais. Par T. T.
Timayenis. 1886. 2062.24
Itau, H. William Shakespeare. Culturge-
schichtlichbiographischer Roman. 1864. 2044.8
Slot, L. Siinden der Vater. Roman aus dem
heutigen Russland. 1885. 2044.1
Smlrre skrifter. Blanche, A. T. 2045.8
Smissen,W. H. van der, editor. See Grimm; Hauff.
Sommermirchen. Baumbach, R. 2038.9
Sonen af soder och nord. Blanche, A. T. 2045.9
Souvestre, R. Au coin du feu. 1860. 1073.15
Confessions d'un ouvrier. 1063.32
Spaetes Glueck. Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2046.8.5
Spain. Historical fiction. Perez Galds., B.
Gerona. 1054.4
- Perez Gald6s, B. El terror de 1824. 1054.3
Sphinx, Die. Erlenbusch, H. No. I in 2056.2.3
Sphinx und andere Novellen. Zitelmann, E. 0.
C. 2044.12
Spiegel, Der, der Zwerglein. Wildermuth, Otti-
lie. 2046.8.2
Spieler, Der. Bettziech, J. H. No. 3 in 2056.2.23
Spielhagen, F. Simmtliche Werke. 3te Aufl.
1878-81. 15 v. 2042.1
Conteuts. 1. Problematische Naturen, Ite Ab. 2. Pro-
blematische Naturen, 2te Ab. (Durch Nacht zum Licht). 3.
Novellen. Clara Vere. Auf der Dilne. -In der zwllften
Stunde, Rosehen vom Hofe. 4. Die von HIoheustein. 5, 6.
In Reihl' und Glied. 7. Skizzen, Geschichten und Gedichte :
Von Neapel bis Syrakus.-IIerbhsttage auf Norderney. -
Ein Idyll auf dem Thiiringer Walde. Breite Sehultern. -
Der Vergaiigungskommissar. -Das Skelet im Hause. -Ge-
dichte. S. Novellen: Die schonen Amerikanerinen. -
Hans und Grete. Die Dorfcoquette. Deutsche Pioniere.
9, 10. IIammer und Amboss. 11. Allzeit voran. 12. Was
die Schwalbe sang. -Ultimo. 13,14. Sturmflut. 15. Platt
Land.
Ein neuer Pharao. 1889. 1042.26
Quisisana. Novelle. 1881. 2031.8
Spuren im Sande. Koenig, E. A. 1042.10
Spyri, Johanna. Aus Nah und Fern. Noch
zwei Geschichten fiir Kinder und auch fiir solche,
welche die Kinder lieb haben. 1888. 2031.21
Contents. Der Mutter Lied. Peppino, fast eine Rau-
bergeschichte.
-Aus unserem Lande. 1887. 2031.20
Contents. Daheim und wieder draussen. Wie es in
Waldhausen zugeht.
Heidi kann brauchen, was es gelernt hat.
1885. 2038.7
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- Heidis Lehr- und Wanderjahre. 1883. 2030.5
- Heimatlos. Zwei Geschichten. 1882. 2033.8
- Im Rhonethal. 1886. 2032.5
- Ein Landaufenthalt von Onkel Titus. 2031.19
Staali Storli. Lie, J. 2043.14
Stahr, Fanny Lewald. Im Abendroth. Kaleido-
skopische Erzhhlung. 1885. 1042.25
- Josias. Eine Geschichte aus alter Zeit.
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Steinkreux, Das. Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2046.8.14
Steuermann Ready. Marryat, F. 2043.24
Stille Haus, Das. Herten, W. 1042.18
Stinde, J. E. W. Die Familie Buchholz. Aus
dem Leben der I-auptstadt. 1887. 2 v. 1052.1
- Frau Wilbelmine. 1887. 1052.2
Storm, T. Zwei Novellen. Schweigen. Hans
und Heinz Kirch. 1883. 1042.13
Stous, -. Das Friiulein von Groenerode. Nach
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Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Onkel Tom's IIitte.
Nach dem englischcn Originale fiir die Jugend
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Strubberg, F. A. pseudd. Armand.) A la fron-
ti6re indienne. Trad. par A. Paul. 2 v. 1073.6
- An der Indianergrenze. 4 v. in 2. 2032.2
- Mes chasses i la frontidre des Indiens. 1881.
2 v. 1073.8
- Mes debuts en Amdrique, en route pour le
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Sturm, Ein, auf dem Vierwaldstatter-See.
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Sue, Eugine. Die Geheimnisse von Paris.
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Suehne, Die. Veltheim, H. von.
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Suelfmeister, Der. Wolff, J. 2046.12
Suenden der Vaeter. Slot, L. 2044.1
Summer, Mary, pseud. See Foucaux, Charlotte.
SuzanneNormis. Durand, Alice M. C. 1062.8
Sweden. Historical fiction. Mellin, G. 11.
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Swift, J. Gulliver's Reisen. Fiir die Jugend
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Theuriet, A. L'affaire Froideville: mceurs
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Thiiringer Erzihlungen. John, Eugenie. 2031.10
Tinseau, LUon de. L'attelage de la marquise.
Par L. de Tinseau. Une dot. Par E. Legouv6.
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Ma cousine Pot-au-feu. [Also Le marriage au
gant.] 1889. 1062.16
Tissot, A., ed. Les contours amusants. Ex-
traits des ouvrages de Champfleury, Cherbuliez,
Claretie, Daudet, etc. Illus. 1888. o071I.l
Titans, Les, de la mer. Aimard, G. 2071.32
Tochter, Die, des Fliichtlings. Fred, H.
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Tolstoi, L. N., count. Contes et fables. 1063.27
Tour, Le, du monde en quatre-vingts jours.
Verne, J. 1073.22
Toute seule. Theuriet, A. 1073.10
Trappeurs, Les, de l'Arkansas. Aimard, G. 2070.31
Trio, Un, de romans. Gautier, T. 1063.23
Trois mois sous la neige. Porchat, J. J.
2077.15; o162.I7
Trois mousquetaires, Les. Dumas, A. 1). 1073.13
Turgenef, I. S. Nouvelles moscovites. Trad.
par P. M6rimBe [et par l'auteur]. [1869.] 1072.6
Turkmenenrache. Lankenau, H. von. 1042.19
Uarda. Ebers, G. M. 2010.8
Uhr, Die, des Rend Cardillac. Dallwitz, Wanda
von. No. 3 in 2056.2.28
Um Szepter und Kronen. Meding, J. F. M. 0.
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Um Thron und Leben. Hiltl, G. 1042.11
Und sie kommt doch! Hillern, W. von. 2031.17
Universalbibliothek fir die Jugend. Illus.
Cooper, J. F. Lederstrumpf-Geschichten. 2 v.
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- Der rothe Freibeuter. 2044.34
De Foe, D. Robinson Crusoe. 2044.33
Marryat, F. Die Ansiedler in Kanada. 2043.27
- Jacob Ehrlich. 2043.29
- Steuermann Ready, der neue Robinson, oder
der Schiffbruch des Pacific. 2043.24
Musaeus, J. C. A. Volksmlirchen der
Deutschen. 2044.32
Schmid, C. von. Ausgewiihlte Erziihlungen.
2043.25
Stowe, Harriet B. Onkel Tom's Hiitte. 2043.28
Swift, J. Gulliver's Reisen. 2043.23
Unsere alte Marie. Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2046.8.14
Unter der Linde. Behrens, Bertha. 2044.21
Unter Rosen. Bauer, M. 2033.5
Unterwegs. Auerbach, B. 2030.8
Vaisseaux brul6s. Bailly, Emma. 1074.50
Vlnaden. Blanche, A. T. 2045.11
Vannina. Oosten, G. von. No. 2 in 2056.2.23
Veltheim, 11. von. Napoleon Pot6e. Frei nach
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Die Siihne. [1889.] No. I in 2056.2.39
Vendetta mexicaine, Une. Aimard, G. 2071.33
VerinderteVerhiltnisse. Goerner, Nora. 2026.16
Verborgenes Leben, Ein. Schilling, Elise.
No. 2 in 2056.2.33
Verirrt und gefunden. Erzihlungen der Ver-
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2031.22
Verlassen. Dallwitz, W. von. No. 2 in 2056.2.20
Verlobungstag, Der, und andere Novellen.
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Verloren Jarke, Franziska J. No. 2 in 2056.2.17
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Verne, J. L'archipel en feu. [Les voyages
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- Aventures de trois Russes et de trois Anglais
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- Un billet de loterie (Le numero 9672). Suivi
de Frritt-Flacc. 1886. [Les voyages extraordi-
naires.] 1073.27
- Le docteur Ox. Maitre Zacharias. Un hivernage
dans les glaces. Un drame dans les airs. 2071.37
- Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours.
[1873.] 1073.22
Verschollene, Der. Koenig, E. A. 2044.28
Versucher, Der. Zagoskin, M. N. No. I in 2056.2.i18
Verwaist. Frederick, Bertha H. 2031.4
Veuve, La. Feuillet, 0. 1063.12
Vierteljahrhundert, Ein. Young, B. 1042.21
Vincent, Jacques, pseud. See Dussaud, A.
Vingt ans apres. Dumas, A. D. 2072.30
Virago. Schuecking, L. 2033.6
Visions, Les, d'or. Bailly, Emma. 1074.51
Vom alten Stamm. Brackel, Ferdinande M. T.,
Freiin von. No. I in 2056.2.38
Von Berg und Thal. Wildermuth, Ottilie. 2026.18
Vor Pavia. (Historische Novelle.) Schilling,
Elise. No. I in 2056.2.17
Voss, R. Kinder des Siidens. Romische Geschich-
ten. 1889. 2046.7
Voyages extraordinaires, Les. Verne, Jules.
L'archipel en feu. 1073.23
- -Un billet de loterie (Le num6ro 9672). Suivi
de Frritt-Flacc. 1073.27
Voyageur, Le. Feuillet, O. 1063.12
Waisen, Die. Winkler, L. and Theresa.
No. I in 2056.2.4
Waldfried. Auerbach, B. 2010.7
Wasser, Die, im Jahre 1824. Wildermuth, Ottilie.
2046.8.1
Weber, Adelheid M. L. Auf dornigem Pfad.
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Wege, Die, zum Gliick. Koenig, E. A. 2011.8
Wegerer, A. von. pseudd. Ernst Norden.) Schick-
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Weiss, C. F. J. pseudd. K. Schrattenthal.) Der
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Werner, E., pseud. See Buerstenbinder, E.
Wie sie sich finden. Follenius, Sofie A. C. von.
No. I in 2056.2.20
Wilde Jiiger, Der. Wolff, J. 2038.14
Wildenbruch, E. A. von. Kinderthrinen. Zwei
Erzihlungen. 1886. 2043.30
Wildermuth, Ottilie. Aus Nordund Siid. 2043.3
Aus Schloss und Hiitte. 2026.19
Bilder und Geschichten aus Schwaben. 2 v. 2043.2
Das braune Lenchen. Des Konigs Patenkind.
2056.8.11
Briiderchen und Schwesterchen. Der Einsiedler
im Walde. 2046.8.8
Cherubino und Zephirine. Kann sein, 's ist
auch so recht. 2046.8.7
Drei Erzihlungen fiir die Jugend. 2046.8.15
Drei Schulkameraden. Der Spiegelder Zwerg-
lein. 2046.8.2
Ein einsam Kind. Die Wasser im Jahre 1824.
2046.8.1
Die Ferien auf Schloss Birenburg. Der Sand-
bub', oder: Wer hat's am besten? 2046.8.6
Eine Konigin. Der Kinder Gebet. 2046.8.4
Kricg und Friedon. Emma's Pilgerfahrt.
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- Nach Regen Sonnenschein. Frau Luna. Das
Biumlein im Walde. 2046.8.12
- Die Nachbarskinder. Kordulas erste Reise.
Balthasars Apfelbitume. 2046.8.13
- Der Peterli von Emmenthal. Zwei Marchen
fiir die Kleinsten. 2046.8.9.
- Eine seltsame Schule. Barbele's Weihnachten.
2046.8.3
- Spites Gliick. Die drei Schwestern vom Walde.
2046.8.5
- Vier Erzihlungen fir die Jugend. 2046.8.16
- Von Berg uud Thai. 2026.18
- Die wunderbare Hohle. Das Steinkreuz.
Unsere alte Marie. 2046.8.14
These stories by 0. Wildermuth are all for children, and
are illustrated.
Winkler, L. and Theresa. Des Achmiillers
Recht. Eine Hochlandsgeschichte von Th. Messerer
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baierischen Waldgebirge. No. 2 in 2056.2.12
- Die Waisen. Eine Geschichte aus den Bergen.
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Wolff, J. Der Rattenfanger von Hameln. Eine
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- Der Siilfmeister. Eine alte Stadtgeschichte.
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Wunderbare Hohle, Die. Wildermuth, Ottilie.
2046.8.14
Young, B. Ein Vierteljahrhundert. 1042.12
Zagoskin, M. N. Der Versucher. Novelle nach
dem Russischen von H. v. Veltheim. [1884.]
No. i in 2056.2.18
Zehnte Sinfonie, Eine. Polko, Elise.
No. 2 in 2056.2.35
Z nno Cabral. Aimard, G. 2071.34
Zigeuner Rosel. Zingeler, C. T. No. I in 2056.2.11
Zingeler, C.T. Zigeuner Rosel. No. I in 2056.2.11
Zitelmann, E. 0. C. pseudd. Konrad Telmann.)
Sphinx und andere Novellen. 1887. 2044.12
Zug, Der, der Zeit. Roman vom Verfasser von
Im Banne der written Abtheilung. 1885. 2044.3
Zur guten Stunde. Auerbach, B. 1031.1
Zwei Briiute. Franz, Emma. No. I in 2056.2.33
Zwei Braiite. Frederick, Bertha H. 2031.1
Zwei Comtessen. Ebner-Eschenbach, Marie,
Freifrau von. 1042.23
Zwei Kaiserkronen. Meding, J. F. M. 0. 1053.3
Zwei Menschenalter. Frederick, Bertha H. 2031.3
Zweimal vermahlt. Frederick, Bertha H. 2031.2
Zweite Frau, Die. John, Eugenie. 2031.15

History, Biography, and
Travel.
Africa. Stanley, H. M. Reise durch den dun-
keln Weltteil. Fir die Jugend bcarb. von R. Roth.
Stuttgart. [1881.] Illus. 2043.26
Wissmann, H. Unter deutscher Flagge quer
durch Afrika von West nach Ost. Von 1880 bis
1883. 3. Aufl. 1889. Illus. 1051.2
Arctic regions. Fred, P. Deux ans sous l'6toile
polaire, Suede, Norvdge & Laponie. 1071.6
Astronomers. Bertrand, J. L. F. Les fonda-
teurs de l'astronomie moderne. Copernic, Tycho
Brahi, Kepler, Galil6e, Newton. 1865. 1062.I
Aunet, Ltonie d'. Voyage d'une femme au Spitz-
berg. 1879. 2070.45











Books in Foreign Languages

Balch, T. Les Frangais en Am6rique pendant la
guerre de I'ind6pendance des Etats-Unis, 1777-
1783. 1872. Portraits. 80. 1071.7
Bellini, V. Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. Bellini:
sa vie, ses euvres. 1868. o163.30
Bossert, A. Goethe, ses pr6curseurs et ses con-
temporains. 1872. 1042.6
Campagne, 6. M. Le desert et les caravanes.
1882. 2062.22
Coups de fusil. R6voil, B. H. 2072.31
Deserts. Campagne, E. M. Le desert et les
caravanes. 2062.22
Dorow, W. Reminiscenzen. Goethe's Mutter,
nebstBriefen und Aufzeichnungen zur Charakteris-
tik anderer merkwiirdiger Manner und Frauen.
1842. 1042.3
France. History. LamS-Fleury, J. R. L'his-
toire de France, racontee a la jeunesse. 2064.40
Franco-German war. Fleuriot, Z6naide M. A.
Une Parisienne sous la foudre. 1062.3
- Militaerisches Skizzenbuch aus dem Feldzuge
von 1870 und 1871. Illus. 2044.31
Frau Rath. Goethe, Katharina E. T. 1042.4
Fr6d6, P. Deux ans sous 1'Ctoile polaire, Suede,
Norvlge & Laponie. 1882. Illus. 1071.6
Goethe, J. W. von. Briefe aus F. Schlosser's
Nachlass. 1877. 1042.5
-Bossert, A. Goethe, ses pr6curseurs et ses
contemporains. 1042.6
- Miiller, T. A. H. F. Goethe's Unterhaltungen
mit dem Kanzler Friedrich v. Miiller. 2011.11
- Wagner, Carl F. C., ed. Briefe an J. H.
Merck von G6the, Herder, Wieland und andern
bedeutenden Zeitgenossen. Mit Merck's bio-
graphischer Skizze. 1042.7
- Briefe aus dem Freundeskreise von Gothe,
Herder, Hopfner und Merck. 1034.10
Goethe, Katharina E. T. Frau Rath. Brief-
wechsel. 1042.4
- Dorow, W. Reminiscenzen. Goethe's Mutter,
nebst Briefen und Aufzeichnungen zur Charakteris-
tik anderer merkwiirdiger Minner und Frauen.
1842. 1042.3
Herder, J. G. von. Wagner, Carl F. C., ed.
Briefe an Johann Heinrich Merck von Gbthe,
Herder, und andern bedeutenden Zeitgenossen.
1042.7
---Briefe aus dem Freundeskreise von Glthe,
Herder, H6pfner und Merck. [1847.] 1034.10
Hoepfner, J. G. C. Wagner, Carl F. C., ed.
Briefe aus dem Freundeskreise von Gothe, Herder,
Hopfner und Merck. [1847.] 1034.10
Lamb-Fleury, J. R. L'histoire de France, racontle
a la jeunesse. 1868. 2064.40
Lanfrey, P. Histoire de Napol6on Ier. 1867-75.
5 v. 2074.24
Marmont, A. F. L. V. de, duc de Raguse. Vo-
yage en Hongrie, en Transylvanie, dans la Russie
m6ridionale [etc.]. 1837-38. 5 v. 2063.3
Merck, J. H. Wagner, C. F. C., ed. Brief an
Merck von Gothe, Herder, Wieland und andern
bedeutenden Zeitgenossen. 1042.7
- Briefe aus dem Freundeskreise von Gothe,
Herder, Hopfner und Merck. [1847.] 1034.10
Militaerisches Skizzenbuch aus dem Feldzuge
von 1870 und 1871. Illus. 2044.31
Mueller, T. A. H. F. Goethe's Unterhaltungen
mit dem Kanzler F. v. Miller. 1870. 2011.11
Napoleon I. Lanfrey, P. Histoire de Napol6on
ler. 5 v. 2074.24


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Paroisse-Pougin, F. A. A. Bellini: sa vie, ses
ceuvres. 1868. 1063.30
R6voil, B. H. Coups de fusil. Souvenirs d'un
chercheur d'aventures aux Ettats-Unis. 2072.31
Sicily. Marmont, A. F. L. V. de, duc de Raguse.
Voyage en Hongrie, en Transylvanie. 1837, 1838.
5 v. 2063.3.5
The Voyage en Sicile forms vol. 5.
Spitzbergen. Aunet, LMonie d'. Voyage d'une
femmin a Spitzberg. Illus. 1879. 2070.45
Sports and sporting. Revoil, B. H. Coups de
fusil. Souvenirs d'un chercheur d'aventures aux
Etats-Unis. 1882. Illus. 2072.31
Stanley, H. M. Stanleys Reise durch den dunkeln
Weltteil. Fir die Jugend bearb. von R. Roth.
[1881.] Illus. 2043.26
Swabia. Wildermuth, Ottilie. Bilder und Ge-
schichten aus Schwaben. 2 v. 2043.2
United States. Knortz, C. Amerikanische
Skizzen. 2012.21
- Revolution. Balch, T. Les Frangais en Ameri-
que pendant la guerre de l'ind6pendance des Etats-
Unis, 1777-1783. 1872. 1071.7
Universal-bibliothek fiir die Jugend. Stanley,
H. M. Rise durch den dunkeln Weltteil. 2043.26
Unter deutscher Flagge quer durch Afrika von
West nach Ost. Wissmann, H. 1051.2
Voltaire, F. M. A. de. Voltaire en Prusse, par
A. Thidriot. 1878. 1073.12
Wagner, C. F. C., ed. Briefe an J. H. Merck
von GSthe, Herder, Wieland und andern bedeu-
tenden Zeitgenossen. Mit Merck's biographischer
Skizze. 1835. 1042.7
- Briefe aus dem Freundeskreise von Gothe,
Herder, HIpfner und Merck. [1847.] 1034.10
Wieland, C. M. Wagner, C. F. C., ed. Briefe
an J. H. Merck von G(the, Herder, Wieland und
andern bedeutenden Zeitgenossen. 1042.7
Wissmann, H. Unter deutscher Flagge quer
durch Afrika von West nach Ost. Von 1880 bis
1883. 1889. Illus. Maps. 1051.2

Language and
Literature.
Acting proverbs. Manuel de proverbs drama-
tiques. 3e 6d. 1840. 2070.46
Alba-Raymond, G., and Genoud, T. N. La
chrestomithie moderne; ou, I'art d'apprendre la
grammaire par la langue. 2061.29
- College Lafayette's First French book. 2061.23
- La muse contemporaine. 2061.28
Selections from French poets of the nineteenth century.
Ami, L', du voyageur. Anglais-franpais. 2064.36
A phrase-book in English and French.
Bellenger, W. A., and Witcomb, -. Guide to
French conversation. Annexed the summary of
French grammar by Delille. [Cop. 1867.] 2061.26
Benedix, J. R. Gesammelte dramatische Werke.
1851-72. 27 v. 2013.7
Contents. Vol. 1. Die Miinnerfeindinnen; Das be-
mooste Haupt: -Die Sclaven. 2. Die SonntagsjAger; -
Die Mode;- Dr. Wespe; Der Weiberfeind. 3. Der
Steckbrief; Der Liebestrank oder die neue Erfindung; -
Der sate lagister. 4. Unerschitterlich;- Der Ruf;-
Entsagung; Der Vetter. 5. Die Banditcn; Eigensinn;
- Die Siindenbclcke; Der Process. 6. Die Lilgnerin; -
Die Pensionlrin; Der Kaufmann. 7. Die IIochzeitsreise;
- Die Eifersiichtigen; Der Liebesbrief; Die drei
Edelsteine older Walter's Irrfahrten. 8. Die Klinstlerin; -
Angela; Das Gefangnise; Der Singer; Die Phreno.
logen;--Das Liige. 9. hlatilde; Ein Iustspiel;-
Paula. 10. Oben wie nten; Die alte Jungfii; Das
Concert. 1i. Auf dem Lande;--Die Uesellschafterin; -











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Die Schuldbewussten. 12. Ohne Pass; -Junker Otto;
- Die Stiefmutter; Nein; Des Dienstmddchen; Die
Grossmutter. 13. Die Pasquillanten; Wallrade; Eine
Fuchshetze. 14. Der Teufel und der Schneider; Blau-
bart;- Das Goldteufelchen. 15. Der St6renfried; -- ie
Crinolinen-Versclihwrung; Brandenburgisecher Land.
aturm. 16. Die Fremden; Gegeniiber; -Der Phlegmati.
kus; Die Prtifung; Der Midchen Waffen; Giinstige
Vorzeichen. 17. Die Verlobung; Sammelwuth; Der
Dritte; Die Pflegetechter. 18. Aufdem Heirathsbureau ; -
Vater und Tochter; Die Doppelgiingerin; Der Kassen-
sehliissel; Eine Whistpartie unter Frauen; -Ausreden
lassen. 19. Doctor Treuwald; Ierrschsucht; Die
z:rtlichen Verwandten. 20. Der gehcimnissvolle Brief; -
Das Armband; Mtiller als SiUndenbock; ) Die
Epigramme; Das lMuttersohnchen; Versalzen. 21.
Aschenbriidel; Zwischentriigerei; Der Strauss; Die
'Werbung. 22. Der Bahuhof; Der achtundachtzigste
Geburtstag; Die relegirten Studenten;- Die Nerujahrs-
nacht. 23. Abenteuer in Hoom; Der Hagestoltz; WVeih-
nachten; Ein altes Sprichwort. 24. 'flichtgctreu; -
Reden muse man; Plautus und Terenz; Achtzehn-
hundertdreizehn. 25. Alldeutsclland hinein; Land-
wehrmanns Christfest; Der Sohn der Hikerin. 26. Der
Wildling; Das Stiftungsfest; Der Todescandidat; -
Einquartierung; Wiedergefunden; Weihnachten im
Felde. 27. Weibererziehung;- Die Gruft der Viiter; -
Auf der Wiener Weltausstellung; Isidor und Athanasia.
Bercy, P. La langue fran9aise. 2e parties.
Vari6t6s historiques et litt6raires. [1887.] 2060.3
- La langue frangaise. Mcthode pratique. 4e 6d.
1888. 2060.2
Berlitz, M. D., and Dubois, E. English notes
to the first part of the Berlitz method for learning
French. [1884.] 2061.32
- Methode fur ddenentschen Unterricht in den
Berlitz'schen Sprachschulen. 1883. 2 v. 2038.2
- MAthode pour l'enseignement de la languc fran-
9aise dans les L coles Berlitz. 1883. 2 v. 2061.22
Blanche, A. T. Teaterstycken. [1871.] 2v. 2045.2
Cagnotte, La. (Combdie-vaudeville.) Delacour,
and Labiche, E. M. 2077.33
Charlin, A. An introduction to French conversa-
tion. [1886.] 2061.27
Chautauqua language series. Wrorman, J. II.,
and Monsanto, H. M. First Spanish book after
the natural method. [1883.] 1054.2
Chouquet, G. Conversations and dialogues [in
French and English] upon daily occupations and
ordinary topics. 1882. 2069.45
- First lessons in learningFrench. 1856. 206I.19
- Same. New ed., enlarged. [Cop. 1874.] 2061.24
Chrestomathie moderne, La; ou, I'art d'appren-
dre la grammaire par la langue. Alba-Raymond,
G., and Genoud, T. N. 2061.29
Conant, Helen S. A primer of Spanish litera-
ture. 1879. [Harper's Half-hour series.] 1409.29
Delacour, A. C. Lartigue, called, and Labiche, E.
M. La cagnotte: comedie-vaudeville. 1870. 2077.33
Deutsch-amerikanischeVolks-Bibliothek.Jahrg.
11. 1883. 2 v. 1051.1.1
Doriot, Sophie. The beginners' book in French.
With humorous illus. 1886. 2o6o.i
- The beginners' book in German. With humor-
ous illus. 1889. 2038.10
Drachmann, H. Dybe Strenge. Digte og
Sange. 1884. 2043.10
- Fjeld-Sange og 1Eventyr. [Also, Der var en-
gang, JEventyr-Komedie.] 1885. 2043.9
- Lykken i Arenzano. Skuespil. 1884. 2043.8
Dubois, E., joint author. See Berlitz, M. D).
Dybe Strenge. Drachmann, II. 2043.10
Ernst, L. Complete Spanish course, in accord-
ance with the Robertsonian system. 2049.13
Finnische Mdrchen. Schreck, Emmy, compiler.
1887. 2044.11
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Fjaeld-Sange og Eventyr. Drachmann, H. 2043.9
French language. Conversation-books. Ami,
L', du voyageur. Anglais-fran9ais. 2064.36
- Charlin, A. An introduction to French con-
versation. 2061.27
- Chouquet, G. Conversations and dialogues
[in French and English]. 2069.45
Dictionaries. Hamilton, N. E. S. A. Diction-
ary of the English, German, and French lan-
guages. 1853-55. 3 v. 1169.14
- Spiers and Surenne's French and English
pronouncing dictionary. Reading Room F. 2.1
Grammar. Alba-Raymond, and Genoud. Col-
lege Lafayette's First French book. 2061.23
- Bellenger, W. A., and Witcomb, -. Guide
to French conversation. Annexed the summary
of French grammar. 2061.26
- Bercy, P. La langue frangaise. 2e parties.
2060.3
---La langue franpaise. M6thodepratique. 2060.2
-- Berlitz, M. D., and Dubois, E. English
notes to the first part of the Berlitz method for
learning French. 2061.32
- Methode pour l'enseignement de la langue
francaise dans les Ecoles Berlitz. 2 v. 2061.22
--Chouquet, G. First lessons in learning
French. 1856. 2061.19
---Same. New ed. [1874.] 2061.24
-- Doriot, Sophie. The beginners' book in
French. With humorous illus. 2060.1
- I-Ienequin, A. A new treatise on French
verbs. 2061.31
- Practical lessons in idiomatic French. 2061. 16
- Kectels, J. G. A child's illustrated first
book in French. 2061.17
-- Lestrade, G. de. Practical method of teach-
ing the French language. 2061.25
Sardou, A. The French language self-
taught. 2061.18
- Sauveur, L. Grammaire franchise pour les
Anglais. Suivie d'uue s6rie d'exercices. 2064.35
-- and Van Daell, A. N. La parole franyaise.
2064.34
- Reading books. Alba-Raymond, and Genoud.
La chrestomathie moderne. 2061.29
- Carraud, Zulma T. Trdsor de contest 616men-
taires. [Anon.] 2063.36
-- Leypoldt, F. Premieres lectures. Beginner's
French reader: short and easy pieces in prose and
verse. 2064.38
French literature. Collections. Leypoldt, F.
La litterature francaise contemporaine. Avec
des notices biographiques et litt6raires. Par L.
Pylodet [pseud.]. 1867. 2061.21
-- Tissot, A., ed. Les conteurs amusants.
Chefs d'ceuvre des prosateurs modernes. Extraits
des ouvrages de Champfleury, Cherbuliez, Claretie,
Daudet, etc. Illus. 1888. 1071.10
French poetry. Alba-Raymond, G.,and Genoud,
T. N. La muse contemporaine. 1885. 2061.28
German language. Conversation-books. Ley-
poldt, F., ed. New guide to German conversation.
By L. Pylodet [pseud.]. 2038.1
- Dictionaries. Hamilton, N. E. S. A. Diction-
ary of the English, German, and French languages.
1853-55. 3 v. 1169.14
-- New English-German, and German-English
dictionary. 1849. Reading Room E. 3.6
- Grammar. Berlitz, M. D., and Dubois, E.
Methode fir den deutschen Unterricht in den Ber-
litz'schen Sprachschulen. 2 v. 2038.2










Books in Foreign Languages

- Doriot, Sophie. The beginners' book in Ger-
man. With humorous illus. 2038.10
- Sheldon, E. S. A short German grammar for
high schools and colleges. 2030.2
- Reading-books. Bernhardt, W., ed. German
novelettes for school and home, with notes. 2 v.
2043.7
Heinemann, N. German of to-day. Short
passages for translation into English. 2035.11
- Jagst, A. First lessons in German reading.
2035.10
German literature. Bossert, A. Goethe, ses
pr6curseurs et ses contemporains. 1042.6
--Mueller, F. Max, ed. The German classics
from the fourth to the nineteenth century. With
trans. into modern German, and notes. New edi-
tion, adapted to Scherer's History of German lit-
erature." 2 v. 2038.5
Greek language. Hamilton, H. R. An English-
Greek lexicon. 1860. 1169.6
Jacobs, F. C. W. The Greek reader. 1823.
985-74
- Liddell, H. G., and Scott, R. A Greek-English
lexicon. 1858. Reading Room E. 2.4
Hamilton, H. R. An English-Greek lexicon.
1860. 116g.6
Hamilton, N. E. S. A. Dictionary of the English,
German, and French languages. 3 v. 1169.14
Heinemann, N. German of to-day. Short pas-
sages for translation into English. 1886. 2035.11
Hennequin, A. A new treatise on French verbs.
[1874.] 2061.31
- Practical lessons in idiomatic French. 2061.16
Italian language. James, W., and Grassi, G.
Dictionary of the English and Italian languages.
1864. Reading Room E. 3.8
Italian poetry. Merivale, Louisa A., ed. I poeti
italiani modern. Extracts from modern Italian
poets with notes and biographical notices. 1055.7
Jacobs,F.C.W. The Greek reader. 1823. 985.74
Jagst, A. First lessons in German reading.
[1885?] 2035.10
James, W., and Grassi, G. Dictionary of the
English and Italian languages.
Reading Room E. 3.8
Keetels, J. G. A child's illustrated first book in
French. 1880. 2061.17
Knapp, W. I. A grammar of the modern Spanish
language. 1882. 1054.1
Latin language. Leighton, R. F. Latin lessons
adapted to Allen and Greenough's Latin grammar.
1876. 1165.26
Leighton, R. F. Latin lessons adapted to Allen
and Greenough's Latin grammar. 1876. 1165.26
Lessing, G. E. Minor, J., ed. Lessings Jugend-
freunde. [1883.] Portrs. 1042.14
Lestrade, G. de. Practical method of teaching
the French language. 1885. 2061.25
Leypoldt, F. pseudd. L. Pylodet.) La litt6ra-
turefrancaisecontemporaine. [Cop. 1867.] 2061.21
- Premibres lectures. Beginner's French reader :
short and easy pieces in prose and verse. [Cop.
1868.] 2064.38
-ed. New guide to German conversation. [Cop.
1868.] 2038.1
Liddell, H. G., and Scott, R. A Greek-English
lexicon. 1858. Reading Room E. 2.4
Lykken i Arenzano. Drachmann, H. 2043.8


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Manuel de proverbes dramatiques. 1840. 2070.46
Merivale, Louisa A., ed. I poeti italiani modern.
A selection of extracts from modern Italian poets
with English notes and biographical notices. 1055.7
Minor, J., ed. Lessings Jugendfreunde. [1883.]
Portrs. [Deutsche National-Litteratur.] 1042.14
Several dramas by Weisse, Cronegk, Brawe, and Nicolai.
Mueller, F. Max. The German classics from the
fourth to the nineteenth century. New edition,
adapted to Scherer's "History of German litera-
ture." 2 v. 2038.5
Muse contemporaine, La. Alba-Raymond, G.,
and Genoud, T. N. 2061.28
Neuman, H., and Baretti, G. A pronouncing
dictionary of the Spanish and English languages.
1873. Reading Room A. 12
New English-German, and German-English dic-
tionary. 1849. Reading Room E. 3.6
Paris, A. P. Les adventures de Maitre Renart et
d'Ysengrin son compere. Mises in nouveau lan-
gage, suivies de nouvelles recherches sur le Roman
de Renart. 1861. o163.16
Pylodet, L., pseud. See Leypoldt, F.
Reynard the fox. Paris, A. P. Les ventures
de Maitre Renart et d'Ysengrin son compare.
1861. 1063.16
Sardou, A. The French language self-taught.
1881. 2061.18
Sauveur, L. Grammaire franqaise pour les
Anglais. Suivie d'une series d'exercices. 2064.35
- and Van Daell, A. N. La parole franqaise.
1883. 2064.34
Scheffel, J. V. von. Der Trompeter von SIk-
kingen. Ein Sang vom Oberrhein. 2038.19
Schiller, J. C. F. von. Simmtliche Werke. Mit
Einleituugen von K. Goedeke. 1879. 4 v. 2026.15
A list of the contents of this edition is in the Lower Hall
card catalogue.
- Gedichte. 1042.8
Schreck, Emmy, compiler. Finnische Marchen.
Utbersetzt. 1887. 2044.11
Semaine littdraire du Courrier des ttats-Unis.
[Vol. 1-3.] [1849-] 1851. 80. 1061.1
A list of contents of this work is in the Lower Hall card
catalogue.
Sheldon, E. S. A short German grammar for
high schools and colleges. 1883. 2030.2
Spanish language. Ernst, L. Complete Spanish
course, in accordance with the Robertsonian
system. 2049.13
-Knapp, W. I. A grammar of the modern
Spanish language. 1882. 1054.
- Neuman, H., and Baretti, G. A pronouncing
dictionary of the Spanish and English languages.
1873. Reading Room A. 12
- Worman, J. H., and Monsanto, H. M. First
Spanish book after the natural or Pestalozzian
method. [Chautauqua language series.] 1054.2
Spanish literature. Conant, Helen S. A primer
of Spanish literature. 1879. 1409.29
Spiers and Surenne's French and English pro-
nouncing dictionary. Reading Room F. 2.1
Trompeter, Der, von Sakkingen. Scheffel, J.
V. von. 2038.19
Worman, J. H., and Monsanto, H. M. First
Spanish book after the natural or Pestalozzian
method. [Chautauqua language series.] 1054.2










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Miscellaneous.

Aumale, H. E. P. L. d'Orl6ans, due d'. Les in-
stitutions militaires de la France. Louvois; Car-
not; Saint-Cyr. [Anon.] 1867. 2067.11
Bertrand, J. L. F. Les fondateurs de l'astronomie
moderne. [1865.] o062.
Birds. Campagne, i. M. L'instinct de 1'oiseau.
1882. 2062.20
Campagne, E. M. L'instinct de l'oiseau. 1882.
[Bibliothlque morale de la jeunesse.] 2062.20
- Les quatre saisons. 1882. [Bibliothique morale
de la jeunesse.] 2072.32
Carpentry. De la charpente. 1852. Illus. 1075.36
Complimentirbuch. Neuestes Complimentirbuch
oder Anweisung zum guten Ton und feiner Sitte,
nebst Gliickwiinschen, u. s. w. 4. Aufl. 2044.6
De la charpente. 1852. Illus. 1075.36
Drawing. Viollet-Le-Duc, Eug6ne E. Comment
ondevientundessinateur. 4e 6d. Illus. 1073.18
Education. Ladreyt, M. C. L'instruction pu-
blique en France et les dcoles am6ricaines. 1062.2
Etiquette. Neuestes Complimentirbuch oder An-
weisung zum guten Ton und feiner Sitte. 2044.6
Gouvion-Saint-Cyr, L. Aumale, due d'. Les


Books in Foreign Languages

institutions militaires de la France. Louvois;
Carnot; Saint-Cyr. 2067.11
Instinct, L', de l'oiseau. Campagne, E. M. 2062.20
Ladreyt, M. C. L'instruction publique en France
et les 6coles amdricaines. [1883?] o162.2
Louvois, F. M. Le Tellier, marquis de. Aumale,
due d'. Les institutions militaires de la France.
Louvois; Carnot; Saint-Cyr. [Anon.] 1867.
2067.11
Mechanical drawing. Viollet-Le-Duc, E. E.
Comment on devient un dessinateur. Illus.
[1883?] 1073.18
Military art and science. Aumale, duc d'. Les
institutions militaires de la France. Louvois;
Carnot; Saint-Cyr. [Anon.] 1867. 2067.x1
Neuestes Complimentirbuch. 2044.6
Quatre saisons, Les. Campagne, R. M. 2072.32
Schwaegerl, M. Katechismus der Schwimm-
kunst. 1880. Illus. 2033.9
Seasons. Campagne, E. M. Les quatre saisons.
1882. [Bibliothique morale de lajeunesse.] 2072.32
Swimming. Schwaegerl, M. Katechismus der
Schwimmkunst. Illus. 1880. 2033.9
Viollet-Le-Duc, E. E. Comment on devient un
dessinateur. [1883?] 1073.18
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Some Materials for a Bibliography of the Official Publications of the

Continental Congress. 1774-1789.


BY PAUL LEICESTER FORD.



PART IV.

(Begun in Bulletin No. 3 of Vol. VIII; whole no. 78.)


1782.
Jan. 8. Ordinance for Marine Captures.
312. An Ordinance / For Amending the Or-
dinance, ascertaining what Captures on Water /
shall be lawful. Fo. Broadside. S.
See No.
Jan. io. Plan of Inspector's Dept.
313. By the United States, in Congress as-
sembled, / January Io, 1782. / Plan for con-
ducting the Inspector's Department.
F. Broadside.
In place of that adopted 25 Sept., 17S0.
Jan. 24. Court Martial on Howe.
314. Proceedings / of a / General Court Mar-
tial, / Held at Philadelphia, / In the State of/
Pennsylvania, / By Order of his Excellency/
General Washington, / Commander in Chief/
of the Army of/ The United States of Amer-
ica, / For the Trial of / Major General Howe, /
December 7, 1781. / Major General Baron Steu-
ben, President. / Philadelphia: / Printed by
Hall and Sellers, in Market-Street. / M,Dcc,-
LXXXII./ F0. pp. 31. P.H.S.
February 15, 1782 A letter of the g5th from major-
general R. Howe was read, requesting that the proceed-
ings of the general court-martial on his trial be printed by
Congress." journal.
Feb. 23. Resolution on Exchange.
315. By the United States in Congress as-
sembled. / February 20, 1782.
F. Broadside. V.S.
Refusingto exchange "Charles, Earl Cornwallis," "not
from any apprehension of his influence or superior abili-
ties; but because they look upon him not in the light of a
British General, but a barbarian." It also relates to the
parole of Henry Laurens, and the maintenance of British
prisoners.
Aug. 7. Report on Expenditures.
316. By the United States in Congress as-
sembled, Aug. 7, 1782. 40. Broadside. S.
Report of a committee, ...: ... of Mr. Cornell, Mr.
Izard, Mr. Osgood, Mr. Ii ... i, .... Mr. Duane on the
most just and practicable neans of reducing the expen-
ditures of the United States in the several departments."
Oct. to. Notice to Contractors.
317. Office of Finance, October o1, 1782.
12. Broadside. P.L.
Public notice to contractors for continual supplies to
send in estimates of rations for 1783.


Oct. 18. Ordinance for Post Office.
318. General Post-Office, October 24th, 1782. /
Extract from an Ordinance passed by the United
States of America in Congress Assembled, Octo-
ber 18, 1782, entitled / An Ordinance for Regu-
lating the Post-Office of the United States of
America / [signed] James Bryson, Assistant.
F0. Broadside.
The draft of an ordinance erecting a post office was
reported to Congress by Mr. Scott, Mr. Clark and Mr.
Atlee Julv 19, was read for a second time Oct. a, and was
adopted Oct. 18, 1782.
Nov. I8. Receipts and Expenditures.
31g. A general View of Receipts and Expen-
ditures of Public Monies, by Authority from the
Superintendent of Finance, from the Time of
his entering on / the Administration of the
Finances, to the 3rst December, 1781. / ..... /
[signed] Joseph Nourse, Register. / Register's
office, November 18, 1782. Oblong fo. Broadside.
Rules for Troops.
320. Rules and Articles / for the / Better
Government / of the / Troops raised, or to be
raised, / And. kept in Pay, / By and at the Ex-
pense of the / United States / of / America. /
Philadelphia: Printed in the Year/ 1782. /
Sm. 80. PP. 39. P.H.S.
Title from Hildeburn.
Journals for 1781-2.
321. Journals / of / Congress, / and of the /
United States / in Congress Assembled. / For
the Year 1781. / Published by Order of Con-
gress. / Volume VII. / Philadelphia: / Printed
by David C. Claypoole. / M,DCc,LXXXI.
8. pp. 522, (4), lxxix. P.L.
Though the title is only for the year 1781, this volume
includes the whole of the year 17S2. The supplementary
4 pages, or Appendix to Volume seventh," is dated May
4, 17SI, and are Rules for conducting Business in the
United States in Congress assembled." The index is by
a misprint termed General Index To Volume VIII."
322. Journals/ of / Congress / and of the/
United States / in Congress assembled. / For
the Year 1781. /Published by order of Congress./
Volume VII. / New York: / Printed by John
Patterson. / M,DCC,LXXXVII.
8. pp. 522, (17), lxxix. P.L.
A reprint of the preceding volume, of which 500 copies
were printed by order of Congress of Sept. 13, 1786. It
follows that volume very closely, many pages being com-
posed in exact copy, but it prints the report of Duane,
Sharp and Wolcott on the U. S. debts (Appendix pp. [5-
17]) which was not printed in the former volume, and the
error in the index is corrected.
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1783.
Jan. 23. Proclamation of Treaty with Holland.
323. By the United States in Congress as-
sembled: / A Proclamation / ..... / Done in
Congress this twenty-third day ofJanu- / ary, in
the year of our Lord one thousand se- / ven
hundred and eighty-three, ... / ..... / Elias
Boudinot, President. FO. 2 11. V.S.

Jan. 31. Receipts and Expenditures.
324. A State of the Receipts and Expenditures
of Public Monies upon Warrants from the Super-
intendant of Finance, from the Ist of January
1782, / to the Ist of January 1783. / ..... /
[signed] Joseph Nourse, Register. / Register's
Office, January 31st, 1783.
Oblong f. Broadside. S.D., V.S.

Feb. 17. Resolution Concerning State Lands.
See under Apr. 18, 1783.
Mar. 18. Report of Committee on Impost.
325. March 18, 1783. / Resolved / That it be
recommended to the several states, / ... / .. /
... / ... to invest in the United States in / Con-
gress assembled, a power to levy for the use of
the / United States, the following duties upon
goods ...
F. 2 11s. (on one side only.) S.D.
In the copy examined, March" was stricken out from
the title, and April substituted in Ms.
A report made by Gorham, Hamilton, Madison, Fitz-
simons, and Rutledge.
See under Apr. 18, 1783.
Apr. Ii. Treaty with England.
326. By the / United States of America / In
Congress assembled / A Proclamation, / De-
claring the Cessation of Arms, as / well by Sea
as by Land, Agreed upon / between the United
States of Ame- / rica and his Britannic Majesty;
and / enjoining the Observance thereof. / ..... /
Done in Congress, at Philadelphia, this Eleventh
Day / of April, in / the Year of Our Lord One
Thousand Seven / Hundred and Eighty-three.
/ ..... / [signed] / Elias Boudinot, President /
..... / Richmond: Printed by James Hayes,
Printer to the Commonwealth.
F. Broadside. V.S.
Followed by a proclamation by Governor Harrison.
This is the preliminary treaty.
Apr. 18. Resolution Concerning State Lands
and Impost.
327. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled. / February 17, 1783.
F. 2 11. P.L., V.S.
The resolution adopted Feb. 17, for surveying lands,
and that of Apr. 18, advising the States to grant power to
levy an impost.
Apr. 18. Resolutions on Impost.
328. Resolved, that it be recommended to the
several / states, as indispensably necessary to
the restoration of / public [sic] credit ... / ...
to vest in the united / states in congress as-
sembled, a power to levy for the / use of the
united states, a duty of five per centum ad / va-
lorem, .....
FO. 3 11. [on one side only.] S.D.
The resolutions concerning the impost. See under
Mar. S8, 1783.


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Apr. 24. Address and Recommendations.
329. Address / and / Recommendations / to
/The States, / by / The United States in Con-
gress / assembled. / Philadelphia: / Printed by
David C. Claypoole. / M,DCC,LXXXIII.
80. pp. 14, (I), 9, (I), 3, 6, 5, 4, 2o. B.A.
80. pp. 14, (i), 9, (I), 3, 6, 5, 4, 26.
There are two editions of this pamphlet; with the differ-
ence in collation noted above. They are identical in mat-
ter to the ninth page of the last division, where a foot note,
partially filling pp. 9-16, is added. There are also varia-
tions in the composing of the types.
A Circular Letter to the States, on the necessity of
raising revenues for the general government, reported by
James Madison, IIamilton, and Oliver Ellsworth.
The accompanying papers include Hamilton's report on
the refusal of R. I. to agree to the impost, the French and
Dutch contracts, the Address to Congress from the officers
of the Continental Army, The Newburgh Addresses,"
written by John Armstrong, and the Congressional reso-
lutions of Sept. 6 and Oct. 0o, 1780, Dec. 16, 1782, and Feb.
17, 1783.
"'The evidence of Mr. Madison's sentiments at one pe-
riod, is to be found in the address of Congress, of Apr.
twenty sixth [sic] seventeen hundred and eighty three,
which was planned by him, in conformity to his own
ideas, and without any previous suggestions from the
committee."--Hamilton to Carrington, May 26, 1792.
33o. Address / and / Recommendations / to
/ The States, / by / The United States in Con-
gress / assembled. / Philadelphia: Printed 1783.
/ Boston: Reprinted, / By Order of the Hon.
House of Representatives of the / Common-
wealth of Massachusetts, 1783.
8. pp. 62. B.A.
331. Address / and / Recommendations / to
/ The States, / by / The United States in Con-
gress / assembled. / Philadelphia, Printed: /
Hartford: Re-printed by Hudson & Goodwin, /
M,DCC,LXXXIII.
40. pp. 50, 31, folding table. P.L.
The additional pages are detailed accounts of Connec.
ticut finances.
332. By order of Congress. / Addresses / and
/ Recommendations / to the / States, / by the /
United States / in Congress assembled. / Phila-
delphia: / Printed by David C. Claypoole. /
London: reprinted / ForJ. Stockdale, in Picca-
dilly. / M,DCC,LXXXIII 0 8. pp. 91, (I). P.L.
333. Address / and / Recommendations / to
/ The States, / by / The United States in Con-
gress / Assembled. / Richmond: / Printed by
Nicholson and Prentis / M,DCC,LXXXIII.
8. pp. 60, and more. C.
334. Address / and / Recommendations / to
/ The States, / by / The United States in Con-
gress / assembled. / Trenton: / Re-Printed by
Isaac Collins, / M,DCC,LXXXIII.
120. pp. 56. N.J.H.S.
June 24. Proclamation on Mutiny of Pa. Line.
335. By His Excellency, / Elias Boudinot,
Esquire, /President of the United States in Con-
gress Assembled. / A Proclamation. / ..... /
Philadelphia, Printed by David C. Claypoole.
F. Broadside. L.C.P.
Sept. 13. Report on Virginia Cession of Land.
336. The committee, to whom were referred
the act / of the legislature of Virginia, of the 2d
of Ja- / nuary, 1781, and the report thereon, re-
port ... / FO. Broadside. S.D., V.S.
Reported by John Rutledge, Ellsworth, Bedford, Gor.
ham, and Madison. The original draft is in Rutledge's
handwriting.










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Sept. 25. Proclamation of Treaty with Sweden.
337. By the United States in Congress As-
sembled, A Proclamation ... Princeton, Sep-
tember 25th, 1783. Elias Boudinot, President.
F.
Lot 675, "Washington relics," Catalogue, Apr. zI, 189i.
Oct. 15. Report on Indian Affairs.
338. The committee, consisting of Mr. Duane,
Mr. / Peters, Mr. Carrol, [sic] Mr. Hawkins and
Mr. Lee, / to whom was referred a report on In-
dian af- / fairs, [etc.] ..... submit the following
detail of facts and resolutions :- /
F. Broadside of 2 columns. S.D.
Oct. 15. Additional Report on Indian Affairs.
339. The committee consisting of Mr. Duane,
Mr. Peters, / Mr. Carroll, Mr. Hawkins and Mr.
A. Lee, to / whom were referred a report on In-
dian affairs, and the / several other papers. .....
/beg leave to subjoin the following additional
instructions / and propositions to their said
former report:
F. Broadside of 2 columns. S.D.
Nov. i. Resolutions on Congressional Repre-
sentation.
340. By the United States in / Congress As-
sembled. / November 1, 1783.
F. Broadside. S.D., V.S.
Dec. 22. Proclamation in re Indian Lands.
341. By the United States in Congress / As-
sembled, / A Proclamation. / Philadelphia:
Printed by David C. Claypoole.
F. I 1. L.C.P.
Half-Pay and Commutation.
342. A / Collection of Papers, / relative to /
Half-Pay/ and / Commutation / of/ Half-Pay, /
granted By / Congress / to the / Officers of the
Army. / Compiled, / By Permission of His Ex-
cellency General Washington, / from the Orig-
inal Papers in his Possession. / Fish-kill: /
Printed by Samuel Loudon. / M,DCC,LXXXIII.
o8. pp. 36.
343. The / Last Official / Address, / of his
Excellency / General Washington, / to the /
Legislature of the United States. / To which is
annexed, /A Collection of Papers relative to/
Half-Pay, / and Commutation of / Half-Pay, /
Granted by Congress to the / Officers of the
Army. / Hartford: / Printed by Hudson and
Goodwin. / M.DCC.LXXXIII. 8. pp. 48. N.
344. A / Collection of Papers, / relative to /
Half-Pay, / and / Commutation thereof, / granted
by / Congress / to the / Officers of the Army. /
Together with a / Circular Letter / from / His
Excellency General Washington, / to the several
/ Legislatures of the United States. / Boston: /
Printed by Order of the General Court / of the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. / M,DCC,-
LXXXIII. 40. pp. 24. B.A.
Journals. 1782-3.
345. Journal / of the / United States / In Con-
gress Assembled, / containing / The Proceed-
ings / from / The First Monday in November
1782, / to / The First Monday in November 1783.
/ Volume VIII. / Published by order of Con-
gress. / Philadelphia: / Printed by David C.
Claypoole. / M,DCC,LXXXIII. 80. Pp. 483.
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1784.
Jan. 14. Proclamation of English Treaty.
346. By the United States in / Congress As-
sembled, /January 14, 1784. 40. Broadside. V.S.
The proclamation of the definitive treaty with England,
signed by Thomas Mifflin.
Mar. i. Government of North West Territory.
347. The Committee appointed to prepare a
Plan for the tem- / porary Government of the
Western Territory, have/ agreed to the following
Resolutions. Fo. I 1. S.D., H.S.P.
Reported by Jefferson, Chase, and Howell, the draft
being in the handwriting of the former. On Mar. 17 it
was recommitted. See following title.
Mar. 22. Report on North West Territory.
348. The Committee to whom was recom-
mitted the Report of a / Plan for a temporary
Government of the Western Ter- / ritory, have
agreed to the following Resolutions. / .....
F. Broadside. S.D.
The draft is in Jefferson's handwriting.
Mar. 23, 1784. Resolution on Qualifications.
349. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled. / March 23, 1784. F. Broadside. P.L.
Adopted in consequence of the report of Sherman, Jef-
ferson, Beatty, Chase, and Williamson.
Apr. 5. Report on Finances.
35o. The Grand Committee consisting of
[blank] / appointed to prepare and report to
Congress, the arrears of interest on the national
/ debt, together with the interest and expenses
for the year 1784, from the first to the last / day
thereof inclusive, and a requisition of money on
the states for discharging the / same, have
agreed to the following Report: /
F. Broadside. P.L.
The committee consisted of Jefferson, Blanchard, Gerry,
Howell, Sherman, DeWitt, Dick, Hand, Stone, William-
son, and Read. The draft is in Jefferson's handwriting.
See under Apr. 27, 17S4.
Apr. 22. Report on Commercial Affairs.
351. The Committee to whom was referred
sundry Letters / and Papers relative to Commer-
cial Matters, submit the follow- / ing circular
Letter and Resolves.
F. Broadside. S.D., P.L.
Reported by Gerry, Read, Williamson, Chase, and Jef-
ferson. Considered Apr. 30. See No. 354.
Apr. 23. Land Office Ordinance.
See under May 20, 1785.
Apr. 27. Report on Finances.
352. The United States in Congress as-
sembled. / April 27, 1784. / F. Broadside.
The report of the grand committee (see No. 350) as
amended and adopted by the Congress.
353. The / United States / in / Congress as-
sembled, / April 27, 1784. / Congress resumed
the considera- / tion of the report to the Grand /
Committee appointed to pre- / pare and report
to Congress, the arrears / of Interest on the na-
tional debt, toge- / their with the expenses for the
year / 1784, from the first to the last day/ thereof
inclusive, and a requisition of / money on the
States for maintaining the / same, which being
amended to read as follows: / ..... / [colo-
phon]. Boston: Printed byAdamsandNourse.
/ By Order of the Honourable House of Repre-
sentatives. / M,DCC,XXXIV. 8. pp. 12. M.










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Apr. 30. Resolutions on Commerce.
354. By the United States / in Congress as-
sembled. April 30, 1784. F. Broadside. S.D.
See under Apr. 22, 1784.
May 6. Report on Western Posts.
355. The Committee consisting of Mr. Mer-
cer, Mr. / Lee, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Howell and Mr.
[E] Paine, appointed to/ consider of the meas-
ures proper to be adopted in order / to take pos-
session of the frontier posts," having considered
/ the same, and sundry papers to them referred,
thereon beg / leave to observe ... /
Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Considered May I2, 1784.
May 17. Report on Continental Bills.
356. The Grand Committee to whom was re-
ferred / a Letter of the Governor of Massachu-
setts, of the 28th of Oc- / tober, 1783, relative to
the Continental Bills of Credit/ of/ the Old
Emissions, submit the following. /
40. Broadside. P.L.
Agreed to in Committee Apr. 7, and laid before Con-
gress May 17, 1784. It was apparently never considered.
The draft is in Jefferson's handwriting.
May 28. Report on Southern Indians.
357. The Committee consisting of Mr. Beres-
ford, Mr. Jefferson, Mr. / Chase, Mr. Spaight
and Mr. Read, appointed to take into consider-
ation the / state of Indian affairs in the Southern
department, beg leave to Report: /
F. pp. (3). S.D.
Drafted by Jefferson.
June 3. Report on Accounts.
358. The Committee consisting of Mr.
Spaight, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Lee, / Mr. Beatty, and
Mr. Sherman, to whom was referred a report of
a committee on a re- / port of the superintendent
of finance, dated the 5th of November, 1783, ..
/ ..... / ... / submit to Congress the fol- /
lowing Report. / Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Oct. 22. Treaty with Six Nations.
359. Articles of a Treaty, / Concluded at Fort
Stanwix, on the twenty-second day of October,
one / thousand seven hundred and eighty-four, /
between Oliver Wolcott, Richard / Butler and
Arthur Lee, Commissioners Plenipotentiary from
/ the United States in Congress assembled, on
the one Part, and the Sachems / and Warriors of
the Six Nations on the other. FO. I 1. P.L.
Consular Convention.
360. The / Scheme / of / a Convention, /
Between His Most Christian Majesty and the
United States of North-Ame- / rica, for defining
and regulating the Functions and Privileges of
Con- / suls, Vice-Consuls, Agents and Commis-
saries. / ..... F pp. II. S.D.
Agreed to between Vergennes and Franklin, and trans-
mitted by the latter to Congress, which refused to ratify it.
This is a translation by John Pintard. See Nos. 383, 395
and 467.
Reports on Penobscot Expedition.
361. The Grand Committee consisting of Mr.
/ Stone, Mr. Blanchard, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Howell,
Mr. Sher- / man, Mr. De Witt, Mr. Dick, Mr.
Hand, Mr. Hardy, / Mr. Williamson and Mr.
Read, to whom were referred /an act of the leg-
islature of Connecticut, and a letter from the
governor of Massachusetts respecting the ex-


pences of / that state in an expedition against
the British forces at Pe- / nobscot, and other
matters, submit the following resolves. / [sec-
ond] The Grand Committee to whom was re-
ferred / a letter of the governor of Massachu-
setts, of the 28th of/ October 1783, relative to the
continental bills of credit / of the old emissions,
submit the following. / Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Collection of Treaties.
362. A / Collection / of/ Papers: / contain-
ing / The Declaration of Independence of the /
United States of America, dated July 4th, 1776. /
The Treaties of Alliance and Commerce, be-
tween / the United States of America and France,
Feb. 6, 1778. / Transcript of the Treaty between
France and the / United States of America, July
i6th, 1782; with the / Ratification thereof by
Congress. / The Treaty of Amity and commerce,
between the / States General of the United Neth-
erlands and the / United States of America,
dated October 8th, 1782, / with the Ratification
thereof by Congress. / The Decree of the QOeen
of Portugal for opening a / Commercial Inter-
course between her Subjects and those / of the
United States of America, dated Febr. 13, 1783. /
Treaty of Amity and Commerce between his
Maje- / sty The King of Sweden, and the United
States of Ame- / rica, dated April 3, 1783; with
the Ratification there- / of by Congress. / Defin-
itive Treaty of Peace between the United / States
of America and his Britannic Majesty, dated /
September 3d, 1783; with the ratification thereof
/ by Congress. / To which is added / His Excel-
lency General Washington's Circular Letter / to
the different Governors of the respective States,
dated / June II, 1783. / New York: / Printed
by Samuel Loudon. [1784] 1o2. pp. 96. N.
Report on Invalids.
363. The Committee consisting of Mr. M'Hen-
ry, Mr. Dick, / and Mr. Williamson, to whom
was referred a motion of Mr. / M'Henry, respect-
ing Invalids, submit the following Resolves. /
F. Broadside. S.D.
Journals. 1783-4.
364. Journal / of the / United States / In Con-
gress Assembled: / containing / The Proceed-
ings / from / The Third Day of November, 1783,
/ to / The Third Day of June, 1784. / Volume
IX. / Published by order of Congress. / Phila-
delphia: / Printed by John Dunlap, / Printer to
the United States in / Congress Assembled. /
80. pp. 317, xviii, 47.
The last 47 pages are the Journal of the Committee of
the States, the title of which is as follows:-
Journal of the Committee of States.
365. Journal / of the / Committee of The
States: / containing / The Proceedings / from /
The First Friday in June, 1784, / to / The Sec-
ond Friday in August, 1784. / Published by or-
der of Congress. / Printed by John Dunlap. /
Printer to the United States in / Congress As-
sembled. / M,DCC,LXXXIV. 80. pp. 47-

1785.
Jan. 21. Treaty with Indians.
366. Articles of a Treaty, / Concluded at Fort
M'Intosh, the 21st day ofJanuary 1785, between /
the Commissioners Plenipotentiary of the United
States of Ame- / rica of the one part, and the
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Sachems and Warriors of the Wiandot, Dela- /
ware, Chippawa and Ottawa Nations of the
other. / F0. I 1. P.L.
Feb. 2. Proclamation in re Counterfeits.
367. Proclamation / By the United States in
Con-/gress assembled/ ...../ [signed] Richard
Henry Lee. Fo. Broadside. S.

Feb. 23. Report on Accounts.
368. The Committee consisting of Mr. Will-
iamson, Mr. Stewart / and Mr. Hardy, to whom
were referred a Letter from the Su- / preme Ex-
ecutive of the State of Pennsylvania, dated 2oth
De- / member; a Letter dated 24th January, from
William Denning, / Esquire, Auditor of Ac-
counts; and sundry other Letters and Papers -
beg leave to report, / Fo. Broadside. S.D.
The following was adopted, as the result of this re-
port:-
Feb. 23. Resolutions on Accounts.
369. By the United States in Con- / gress as-
sembled. / February 23, 1785.
F. Broadside. S.

Mar. xz. Report on Southern Indians.
37o. The Committee consisting of Mr. Hardy,
Mr. Houston, Mr. Read, / Mr. Williamson, and
Mr. Holten, to whom was referred the Report of
a / Committee on the State of Southern Indian
Affairs, beg / leave to submit the following Re-
port. / Fo. Broadside. P.L.
Agreed to, Mar. 15, 1785.
Mar. 14. French Duties.
371. State / of the / Duties / Payable by Ves-
sels of the / United States / of/ America, / In
the Ports of Marseilles, Bayonne, I'Orient, / and
Dunkirk. / Published by Order of the Honorable
John Jay, Esquire, / Secretary of the United
States, for the Department of/ Foreign Affairs.
/ New-York: / Printed and Sold by F. Childs
and Co. No. 17 Duke-Street.
F. pp. 19. V.S., S.D.

Mar. 17. Report on Accounts.
372. The Committee consisting of Mr. Gerry,
Mr. William- / son and Mr. Hardy, to whom
were referred a Motion of/ Mr. Gerry, and a
Motion of Mr. Howell, submit the fol- / lowing
Resolves. Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Mar. 18. Report on Secretary of Congress.
373. The Committee consisting of Mr. How-
ell, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Pinck- / ney, Mr. R. R. Liv-
ingston and Mr. Gardner, appointed to revise the
Insti- / tution of the Office of the Secretary of
Congress, and to report such Altera- / tions as
they may judge necessary,- beg leave to report
the following Draft / of an Ordinance, / An Or-
dinance for the Regulation of the Office of [Ms.
"the"] Secretary of/ Congress, and for extend-
ing it to the Home Department.
F. Broadside. S.D.
Discussed and amended after its introduction, and
adopted on Mar. 31, as follows:--
Mar. 31. Ordinance of Secretary of Congress.
374. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled /March 31, 1785. / An Ordinance for
the Regulation of the Office / of the Secretary of
Congress. / Fo. Broadside. P.L., V.S.


Apr. r. Report on Western Posts.
375. The Committee to whom was referred a
Motion of Mr. / R. R. Livingston, and two Mo-
tions of Mr. Monroe, relative to / the Western
Posts, together with a Letter from Major /
North, submit the following Report. /
Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Considered on Apr. i and 7. From the reference to the
letter of North, under date of Mar. 22, in the journals,
the committee was apparently Ellery, Howell, and Will-
iamson.
Apr. 6. Report on Slavery.
376. The Committee consisting of, &c. to
whom was refer- / red a Motion of Mr. King, for
the Exclusion ofinvo- / luntary Servitude in the
States described in the Resolve of Con- / gress
of the 23d Day of April, 1784, submit the fol-
lowing Resolve. /.....
40. Broadside. S.D.
King made his motion Mar. 16, 1785, and it was com-
mitted the same day to a committee composed of King,
Howell, and Ellery. This is their report, recommending
the limitation of slavery in the North West to the period
before iSol, and for the return of fugitive slaves. It was
apparently never acted upon.
Apr. 15. Report on Finances.
377. The Grand Committee to whom was re-
/ ferred a letter from the superintendent of finance
of the 29th of April / last, ..... submit the fol-
lowing / resolves / ..... F. Broadside. S.D.
Apr. 18. Report on Landais.
378. The Committee to whom was referred
the Memorial / of Mr. P. Landais, Report,
Fo. 1 1. P.L., S.D.
May. Report on Money.
379. Propositions respecting the Coinage /
of Gold, Silver, and Copper.
Fo. pp. 12. S.D.
The report of the "grand committee," consisting of
Howell, Foster, King, Cook, Smith, Beatty, Gardner,Vi-
ning, Hindman, Monroe, Williamson, Pinckney, and
Houston, with the plan of Robert Morris, (written by
Gouverneur Morris) dated January 15, 17S2, and Notes
on the Establishment of a Money Mint, and of a Coinage
for the United States. By Mr. Jefferson." In conse-
quence of this report, Congress, on July 6, 1785, adopted
the dollar as the unit of coinage, and the decimal ratio.
May 2o. Land Office Ordinance.
380. By the United States in Con-/gress As-
sembled. / April 23, 1784. / [second leaf] May
20, 1785. / An Ordinance for ascertaining the
Mode of disposing of Lands / in the Western
Territory. F. 2 11. V.S.
On Apr. 23, 1784 a committee, consisting of Jefferson,
Williamson, Howell, Gerry, and Read, reported "* an or-
dinance establishing a Land Office for the United States,"
which had been drafted by Jefferson. It was read on Apr.
30, and postponed till May 7, when, according to the
journal, it was read for the first time, and May jo as-
signed for its consideration. It was not again taken up
till May 28, 1784, when the motion to consider was nega-
tived. It was apparently again taken up on Mar. 4, 1785,
and, on Mar. 16, was referred to a committee of a member
of each state, consisting of LonLe, King, Howell, Johnson,
Livingston, Stewart, Gardner, Henry, Grayson, Bull, and
Houston. They reported an Ordinance for ascertaining
the mode of disposing of lands in the western territory,"
on Apr. 12, the draft being written by William Grayson.
This was considered on Apr. 14, 20, 22, 223, 6, being
printed in the journal of the latter day, and on May 20
was read a third time and adopted.
June 7. Resolutions on Soldiers and Sailors.
381. By the United States in Congress / As-
sembled. / June 7, 1785.
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June 15. Report on Indian Treaties.
382. The Committee to whom was referred
the Letters of the Commissioners authorised to
form Treaties wilh the In- / dian Tribes, having
conferred with the said Commissioners / upon
the subject of their Letter, and the Resolutions
of 18th of March, / directing a Treaty to be held
at Port St. Vincent, on the [blank] / day of June
next, Report, / F0. I 1. S.D.
July 4. Report on Consular Convention.
383. Office for Foreign Affairs, July 4, 1785. /
The Secretary of the United States / for the De-
partment of Foreign Affairs, to whom was re- /
ferred a Copy of the Convention respecting
French and /American Consuls, Reports, / ....
/ [signed] John Jay FO. pp. 9. S.D.
See No. 360 and 395.
July 13. Report on Commerce.
384. The Committee consisting of [blank] to
whom was referred the / Motion of Mr. Monroe,
submit the following Report. / ...... /
F. Broadside. S.D.
The committee was Monroe, Spaight, Houston, John-
son, and King.
July 18. Report on Supplies.
385. The Grand Committee to whom was re-
committed a Report on the Subject of Supplies
for the Year One / Thousand Seven Ilundred
and Eighty-five, submit the following Report.
F. Broadside. S.D.
The committee was Howell, Foster, King, Cook, Smith,
Dick, Pettit, HIindman, Monroe, Pinckney, and Baldwin.
July 27. Resolution on State Laws.
386. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled / July 27, 1785. /
F. Broadside. P.L., D.S., S.
Moved by Gerry.
Aug. 17. Representation in Congress.
387. By the United States / in Congress as-
sembled. / August 17, 1785.
F. Broadside. V.S., S.
Adopted in consequence of a report by Gerry, Hardy,
and Pinckney. It provides that a monthly return of the
attendance of the delegates be transmitted to each state.
The following was accordingly printed and used for this
purpose: -
Aug. 17. Representation in Congress.
388. A State of the Representation in Con-
gress for the Month/ of [blank] 178 [blank]
pursuant to the Act of the 7th August, 1785
FO. Broadside. S.
Aug. 27. Loan Offices.
389. Board of Treasury, / August 27, 1785. /
..... / [signed] Samuel Osgood, / Walter Liv-
ingston. F. I 1. S.D.
Report on the Continental Loan Offices.
Sept. 27. Requisitions for 1785.
39o. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled / September 27, 1785. F. 2 11. S.
Sept. 29. Marine Ordinance.
391. Office for Foreign Affairs, 29th September,
1785. / The Secretary of the United States, for the
Department of Foreign /Affairs, in Obedience to
the Order of Congress, reports the Draft of an
Ordinance for the Trial of Piracies and Felonies
committed on / the High Seas. / Fo. 2 11.
Prepared by John Jay.


Sept. 30. Duties of Loan Officers.
392. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled, / September 30, 1785. F. I 1. S.
Oct. 3.
393. By the United States in Con- / gress as-
sembled / October 3, 1785. Fo. Broadside. S.
Oct. 12. Resolution on Quotas.
394. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled, / October 12, 1785.
F. Broadside. S.
Moved by Gerry.
Oct. 13. Report on Consuls.
395. Office for Foreign Affairs, / October 13,
1785. / The Secretary of the United States for
the Depart- / ment of Foreign Affairs, to whom
was referred back/ his Report of the 19th ult.
respecting Consuls, accompanied with a motion
of the same date; / Reports, / ..... / [signed]
John Jay. FO. Broadside. S.D., P.L.
See Nos. 360 and 395.
Nov. 2.
396. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled / November 2, 1785.
F. Broadside. S.
Report of Grand Committee.
397. The Grand Committee consisting of Mr.
/ Foster, Mr. Gerry, Mr. Howell, Mr. Cook, Mr.
Lawrence, Mr. Cad- / wallader, Mr. Pettit, Mr.
Hindman, Mr. Hardy, Mr. Cumming, Mr. /
Read and Mr. Houstoun, to whom were com-
mitted sundry Motions, / Report, / ....
F. I 1. S.D.
Report on Pollock.
398. The Committee consisting of Mr. Ger- /
ry, Mr. Ellery and Mr. Wilson, to whom was re-
ferred a Petition / and sundry Papers of Mr. Oli-
ver Pollock, late an Agent of the / United States
at Havannah, submit the following Report.
F. Broadside. S.D.
Accounts of Morris.
399. A Statement of the Accounts of the
United States ..... during the administration of
the Superintendent of Finance Commencing
with his Appointment on the 2oth ..... of Feb-
ruary, 1781, and Ending with the Resignation, on
the ist ..... of November, 1784. Philadelphia:
Printed by Robert Aitken. M,DCC,LXXXV. F.
Printed by Morris as a justification of his management
of the finances. The following relates to the same sub-
ject: -
Accounts of Morris.
400. Statements / of the / Receipts and Ex-
penditures / of Public Money, / During the Ad-
ministration of the Finances. / By Robert Mor-
ris, Esquire, / late Superintendant. / With the
Extracts and Accounts from the Public Records,
/ Made out by the Register of the Treasury. / By
Direction of the House of Representatives, /
appointed by an order of the House, / Of the
i9th of March 1790, Upon the Memorial of the
Said late Superintendant of Finances. /
F. pp. 56, 4, 14-
Sample of Journal.
401. Journal of Congress. 241 [1785]
F. Broadside. S.D.
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Journal.
402. Journal / of the / United States / In
Congress Assembled: / Containing / The Pro-
ceedings / from / The First Monday in Novem-
ber, 1784. / Published by order of Congress. /
Printed by John Dunlap. / Printer to the United
States in / Congress Assembled. / M,DCC,LXXXV.
8. pp. 368.

1786.

Jan. 4. Report on Revenues and Commerce.
403. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled. / Jan. 2, 1786. F. 2 11. P.L.
A resolution of Congress, of Jan. 2, calling on the Sec-
retary of Congress for information concerning public
measures, and his reply, dated Jan. .t.
Feb. 3. Report on Finances.
404. The report of a Committee, ap- / pointed
to consider whether any and what Measures /
may be necessary for Congress to adopt, in pur-
suance / of their Recommendations to the se- /
veral States on the i8th of April, 1783.
F. Broadside. P.L.
Made by Monroe, Johnson, Symmes, and Livermore.
Feb. 15. Report on Impost.
405. The Committee, consisting of Mr. King,
Mr. / Pinckney, Mr. Kean, Mr. MIonroe, and Mr.
Pettit, to whom were referred several / Reports
and Documents concerning the System of Gen-
eral / Revenue, recommended by Congress on
the I8th of April, 1783, / Report, / .....
FO. I 1. S.D.
Mar. 3. Report on Commerce.
406. United States in Congress assembled, /
March 3, 1786. Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Made by Kean, Gorham, Pinckney, Smith, and Gray-
son.
Mar. 18. Report on Militia.
407. A / Plan / for the / General Arrange-
ment / of the / Militia / of the / United States. /
The regulations for the discipline and govern-
ment/ of the Militia, will be submitted here-
after. / 80. pp- 34. B.A.
The Introductory matter (pages 1-2) precedes this title
page, and is signed H. Knox, War-Office, iSth March,
i786."
Mar. 24. Report on Departments.
408. The Committee, consisting of / Mr.
Pinckney, Mr. Dane, Mr. Monroe, Mr. Johnson
/and Mr. King, to whom were referred a Re-
port from / the Board of Treasury, on revising
the system adopted / for the Settlement of the
Accounts of the Five / Great Departments, and
containing such Alterations therein, as would, in
their opinion, / be more conducive to a speedy
and just Settlement of / the said Accounts -
recommend it be / Resolved, .....
F. Broadside. S.D.
Apr. 8. Plan of Mint.
409. (1) / Board of Treasury, April 8, 1786.
40. pp. 28. S.D.
Reports on a Mint, and coinage, by S. Osgood and
Walter Livingston. See No. 426.
May 3. Resolution on Western Territory.
410. Motion of Mr. Dane, / .....
F. Broadside. S.D.
16S


May 17. Treaty with Prussia.
411. The United States in Congress as-
sembled: / To all whom these Presents shall
come Greeting. Fo. Broadside. S.
May ? Report on Confederation.
412. A Motion of Mr. Dane / That a Com-
mittee of five be appointed to examine how far
the several States / have complied with, and
adopted the Alteration of the Eighth Article of
the / Confederation and perpetual Union, rec-
ommended by Congress, April S1, 1783, / and to
consider and report, what further Measures are
proper to be adopted by Con- / gress, for carry-
ing into Effect a Federal Rule for apportioning
Federal Taxes / on the several States. / The
Committee consisting of Mr. Dane, Mr. Gray-
son, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Monroe, and Mr. Kean,
to whom was referred the Motion of Mr. Dane, /
of February 27, 1786, ... / Report ...
F. I 1. S.D.
There is nothing to settle the date of this report by, but
it was clearly made in the latter part of April, or in May,
1786.
May 31. Report on Articles of War.
413. The Committee consisting of Mr. St.
Clair, / Mr. Lee and Mr. Lawrence, to whom
was referred a Report of/ the Secretary at War,
on the Articles of War and Court-Mar- / tial re-
port as follows: ... Fo. 2 11. P.L.
Considered and adopted on the above date. They are
rules for the administration of justice in the army, and
were embodied in subsequent editions of the Rules and
Articles."
June 16. Report on Congress.
414. Your Committee beg leave to Report, -
F. Broadside. S.D.
Endorsed Lee King Kean to report the power which
Congress may rightfully exercise to compel the attendance
of the members." Sixty Copies received June 16, 1786.
Printed by Mr. Swain."
June ? Report on Indian Ordinance.
415. The Committee consisting of Mr. Pinck-
ney, Mr. Morse, and Mr. King, appointed to
form / an Ordinance for the compleat Arrange-
ment and Government of the Indian Depart- /
ment,- submit the following to the considera-
tion of Congress. / An Ordinance for Regu-
lating the Indian Department. Fo. I 1. S.D.
According to the endorsement, this was made in June.
The first mention of it in the printed journals is under
July 20, when Congress resumed the consideration" of
it. See under Aug. 7, 1736.
June 22. Report of Board of Treasury.
416. Board of Treasury, June 22, 1786 [at
end] Samuel Osgood, Walter Livingston Arthur
Lee Fo. 2 11. P.L.
A report on the requisitions for the year.
June 27. Resolutions on Court of Appeal.
417. By the United States, / in Congress as-
sembled, /June 27, 1786 F. Broadside. S.
July I. Receipts and Expenditures.
418. General Account of the Receipts and Ex-
penditures of the United States / From 1st De-
cember, 1785, to 3oth June 1786. / ..... / July
1, 1786. /J. Nourse. Fo. Broadside. V.S., S.









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July 7. Report on Western Territory.
419. The grand Committee, consisting of/
[blank] to whom were, / among other Things,
referred a motion of Mr. Monroe, respecting the
Ces- / sions and Division of Western Lands and
/ Territory, / Report, -
Fo. Broadside. S.D.
July 14. Resolutions on Delegates.
420. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled. / July 14th, 1786. Fo. Broadside.
July 26. Draft of Indian Ordinance.
421. An Ordinance, &c. Fo. Broadside. S.D.
For the regulation of Indian affairs.
Aug. 2. Requisitions for 1786.
422. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled. / August, 2, 1786. Fo. 1. S.D., S.
See No. 416.
Aug. 7. Indian Ordinance.
423. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled. / August 7, 1786. / An Ordinance for
the Regulation of Indian Affairs.
F. I 1. S., S.D.
Aug. 22. Report on Impost.
424. The Committee, consisting of Mr. John-
son, Mr. King, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Monroe and
Mr. Grayson, to / whom was referred a Letter
from his Excellency the Governor of New-York,
of the I6th instant, / Report, / .....
F. Broadside. S.D.
Adopted Aug. 23.
Sept. 18. Resolutions on Loan Offices.
425. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled / September IS, 1786.
F. Broadside. P.L.
Sept. 20. Report on Mint.
426. An Ordinance for the Establishment of
the Mint of the United / States of America; and
for Regulating the Value and Alloys of Coin. /
..... / [signed] Samuel Osgood, / Arthur Lee.
/ Board of Treasury, September 20, 1786.
F. I 1. S.D.
Reported in pursuance of an order of Congress,of Aug.
S. See Nos. 409 and 429.
Sept. 21. Report on North West Territory.
427. The Committee, consisting of Mr. John-
son, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Smith, Mr. Dane and
Mr. / Henry, appointed to prepare a Plan of a
Temporary Government for / such Districts, or
new States, as shall be laid out by the United
States, upon the Principles of/ the Acts of Ces-
sion from individual States, and admitted into
the Confederacy, -/ Submit the following Re-
port to the Consideration of Congress. / .....
F. I 1. S.D.
Considered Sept. 29 and Oct. 4.
Oct. 13. Ordinance for Liquidation.
428. An Ordinance for Establishing a Board,
to Li- / quidate and Settle all Accounts between
the Uni-/ ted States, and the Individual States.
F. Broadside. V.S.
On Oct. 5 Congress considered the report of a commit-
tee, consisting of Smith, Long, Johnson, Bull, Carring-
ton, Henry, and Kean, to whom this subject had been re-
ferred, in consequence of motions of King and the dele-
gates of Virginia. It was again considered on the 8, 12,
and 13 of October, on the latter day being agreed to.


Oct. 16. Ordinance of Mint.
429. An Ordinance for the Establishment of
the Mint / of the United States of America, and
for regula- / ting the value of alloy of Coin. /
F. Broadside. S.
See Nos. 409 and 426.
Oct. 20. Report on Indians.
430. By the United States in / Congress as-
sembled. / October 20, 1786. / The Committee
consisting of Mr. Pettit, Mr. Lee, Mr. Pinckney,
/ Mr. Henry and Mr. Smith, to whom was re-
ferred the Letter from / the War Office with Pa-
pers enclosed containing Intelligence / of the
hostile Intentions of the Indians in the Western
Coun- / try having Reported:
Fo. Broadside. V.S.
Oct. 23. Report on State Laws.
431. By the United States in Con- / gress as-
sembled. / October 23, 1786. / The Committee,
consisting of Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Smith and Mr.
Henry, to whom was / referred an Act of the
Legislature of the State of Georgia, Passed in
consequence of the Resolution of/ the 3oth April,
respecting Commerce, and the Subject of said
Recommendations, having Re- / ported-
Fo. Broadside. V.S., S.D.
Foreign Loans.
432. Schedule of the French and Dutch/
Loans, / Shewing the Periods of their Redemp-
tion, with the annual Interest payable thereon
until their final Ex- / tinction, for which Pro-
vision is yet to be made. Fo. I 1. S.D.
Loan Office.
433. Resolution and Extracts / From the /
Journal of the Honorable the Congress, / rela-
tive to the Continental Loan-Offices / in the sev-
eral States; / and / certain Letters, passed
between Robert / Morris, Esq; Superintendant
of Finance / the Board of Treasury of the
United / States / and / Abraham Yates, Jun.
Esq; late Commis- / sioner of the Continental
Loan-Office of / the State of New-York. /
Printed at Albany, by Charles R. Webster, No.
36 State-street near the English Church. /
M.DCC.LXXXVI I2mo. pp. 31.
Printed by Abraham Yates, as a personal vindication of
himself. Cf. Journals for 1786, pages 68, 69; for 1787,
page 1S7.
Accounts.
434. Accounts of the U. S. with the States. /
1786 / Dr. and Cr. Fo. pp. 82. B.A.
Prepared by J. Nourse.
Journal. 1786.
435. Journal / of the / United States / In
Congress Assembled: / containing the / Pro-
ceedings / from / The 3d Day of November,
1785. / To / The 3d Day of November, 1786. /
Volume XII. / Published by Order of Congress.
/ Printed by John Dunlap. 80. pp. 267, xvi.
Both the title-page and index style this volume xii,
though really xi.
1787.

Jan. I. Schedule of Requisitions.
436. Schedule of Requisitions on the several
States by the United States in Congress as-
sembled; / Of loth Sept. 1782--3oth Oct. 1781,
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and 27th and 28th April, 1784-Of the 27th
Sept. 1785, and of 2d August, 1786- Shewing
the Quotas assigned to each, the Amount / paid
thereon, and the Balances due / ..... / Treas-
ury of the United States / Register's Office [in
MS. "i January 1787 Joseph Nourse, Register"].
Oblong fo. Broadside. S.D.
Apr. 13. Letter to the States.
437. United States in Congress assem- / bled,
/ April 13, 1787. / The following Letter was
unanimously agreed to. Fo. pp. (3). S.D.
Prepared by John Jay.
Apr. 16. Accounts.
438. The Board of Treasury to whom was re-
ferred a motion for repealing the ordi- / nance
of the 13th of October last, and that the Board
be directed to report an ordi- / nance for the ex-
peditious and equitable settlement of the accounts
between the United / States and the Individual
States, -Beg leave to report the following ordi-
nance : / Be it Ordained by the United States
in Congress Assembled. / [signed] Samuel Os-
good, / Walter Livingston. / April 16, 1787
Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Apr. 21. Resolutions on Western Lands.
439. By the United States in Congress/ as-
sembled, / April 2ist, 1787.
Fo. Broadside. V.S.
Apr. 26. Report North West Territory.
440. The Committee, consisting of Mr. John-
son, Mr. Pinckney, Mr. Smith, Mr. Dane, and
Mr. / Henry, appointed to prepare a Plan of a
Temporary Government for / such Districts, or
new States, as shall be laid out by the United
States, upon the Principles of the Acts of Cession
from individual States, and admitted into the
Confederacy, / Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Apr. Report on Land Ordinance.
441. The Committee, consisting of Mr. Car-
rington, Mr. Varnum. Mr. Clarke, Mr. King and
Mr. / Hawkins, to whom was referred a motion
of Mr. Carrington for revising the ordinance for
sur- / veying and selling the western territory,
-report as follows: / .....
F. Broadside. S.D.
June. Post Office Ordinance.
442. An Ordinance / for regulating the Post-
Office of the United States of America.
F. S.D.
Read the first time Feb. 14.
July 13. Ordinance of 1787.
443. An Ordinance for the Government of the
Territo- / ry of the United States, North-West
of the River / Ohio. FO. I 1. V.S., S.D.
July 18. Treaty with Morocco.
444. The United States of America, in / Con-
gress assembled, / To All who shall see these
Presents, Greeting. Fo. 2 11. V.S.
July 2o. Report on Indian Affairs.
445. The Secretary of the United States for
the depart- / ment of War, to whom were referred
certain Papers / transmitted by the Superintend-
ant of Indian Af- / fairs for the Northern depart-
ment, / Reports, / ..... [Signed] H. Knox /
War Office, July 20, 1787 FO. i 1. S.D.


July 23. Report on Parsons.
446. The Committee consisting of [blank] to
whom was / referred the Memorial of Samuel
Holden Parsons, / Esquire, report as follows. /
..... Fo. I 1. S.D.
Aug. 3. Report on Southern Indians.
447. The Committee consisting of Mr. Kear-
ney, Mr. Car- / rington, Mr. Bingham, Mr.
Smith and Mr. Dane, / to whom was referred
the Report of the Secretary / at War, and Sundry
Papers relative to Indian Affairs in / the
Southern Department; and also a motion of the
/ Delegates from the State of Georgia, / Report,
/ ..... Fo. 1. S.D.
See journals for Oct. o1, 17S6.
Sept. 25. Requisitions for 1787.
448. Schedule of Requisitions on the several
States by the U. S. in Congress assembled; /
..... / [signed] Joseph Nourse.
Oblong fo. V.S.
Sept. 28. Report of Board of Treasury.
449. The Board of Treasury, to whom "it
was /referred to report a Requisition for the cur-
rent year, in- / eluding one year's Interest on the
Foreign Debt, and such part / of the Principal
as may become due in the ensuing year; and /
providing for the Payment of one year's Interest
on the Do- / mestic Debt, in a mode most con-
venient to the States, and / advantageous to the
Union." / Beg leave with great Deference to rep-
resent to Congress, / 40. pp. 14. V.S.
See No. 453.
Sept. 28. Proposed Constitution.
450. We the People of the United States, in
order to / form a more perfect Union, establish
Justice, / insure domestic Tranquility, provide
for the / common Defense, promote the general
Wel- / fare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty
to / ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and /
establish this Constitution for the United /
States of America. Fo. pp. 4. S.D.
This is the edition of the proposed Constitution, printed
for the Continental Congress.
Sept. Report on Civil List.
451. The Committee, consisting of Mr. Dane,
Mr. Clark, Mr. Varnum, Mr. Lee, and Mr. Gray-
son to / whom it was referred to consider what
Officers / in the Civil Department are become
unneces- / sary; and to whom also was referred
a Motion of/Mr. Dane, respecting the Depart-
ment of the / Treasury -report the following
Resolutions. /..... Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Oct. 3. Resolutions on Frontier Troops.
452. By the United States in Con- / gress As-
sembled. / October 3, 1787.
Fo. Broadside. S.
Oct. ii. Requisitions for 1787.
453. By the United States in Con- / gress as-
sembled / October Ii, 1787.
Fo. 2 11. S., P.L.
Report of the Committee on the Report of the Board of
Treasury (No. 449).
Oct. 12. Report on Northern Indians.
454. The Committee, consisting of Mr. Dane,
Mr. Hawkins, Mr. Kean, Mr. Irvine, and Mr. /
Carrington, to whom were referred the Report
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of the Secretary at War, and sundry Pa- / pers
relative to Indian Affairs in the Northern Depart-
ment; -Report in Part: / Fo. Broadside. S.D.
Instructions for Indian Superintendents.
455. Instructions to [MS. "the"] / Superin-
tendant of Indian Affairs for the [ ] De-
partment. / FO. Broadside. P.L.
Journals. 1786-7.
456. Journal / of the / United States / In
Congress Assembled: / containing / The Pro-
ceedings / from / The Sixth Day of November,
1786, / to / The Fifth Day of November, 1787. /
Vol. XII. / Published by Order of Congress. /
M,DCC,LXXXVII. 8. pp. 255, (9).
1788.
Jan. i. Schedule of Requisitions.
457. Schedule / Of the Requisitions on the
several States, by the United States in Congress
assembled; / Of ioth Sept. 1782; 3oth Oct.
1781, and 27th and 28th April, 1784: Of 27th
Sept. 1785, 2d Aug. 1786; and of IIth Oct. 1787:
/ Shewing the Quotas assigned to each, the
Amount paid thereon, and the Balances due.
[31 March 1788] / [signed] ..... Treasury of
the United States, / Register's Office. [in MS.
"Joseph Nourse / Register"]
Oblongfo. Broadside. S.D.
Endorsed, in ink, Ist January 1788. Joseph Nourse
Register."
Mar. 9g. Report on Land Ordinance.
458. A Supplement to an Ordinance entitled,
"An / Ordinance for ascertaining the mode of
Disposing of Lands in the Western Territory." /
F. I 1. P.L.
See No. 463.
May. Report on Western Lands.
459. The Committee, consisting of Mr. Wads-
worth, Mr. Irvine, and Mr. White, to whom was
referred the / Petition of the French and Amer-
ican inhabitants of Post St. Vincent's and the Il-
linois, by their Agent, Mr. Tardiveau, / beg
leave to report, That as there is much uncer-
tainty about the possessions of the inhabitants
of the Country upon the Wabash / and Missi-
sippi [sic] rivers, and the quantity of land that
they may be entitled respectively to hold and en-
joy, by rights acquired / before they became sub-
jects of the United States; in order to quiet their
minds, to maintain them in their just rights, and
/ extend to them the liberality of the United
States, they submit the following resolutions,
vis. / ..... FO. Broadside. S.D.
June iI. Report on Invalids.
460. By the United States in Congress / as-
sembled, /June ii, / 1788. / On the report of a
Committee consisting of Mr. Dane, / Mr. Ham-
ilton and Mr. Brown, ... / ... who were ordered
to take into Consideration the Invalid Esta- /
blishment: Fo. Broadside. V.S.
June 20. Report on Morgan.
461. The Committee consisting of [blank] to
whom was / referred the Memorial of George Mo-
rgan, and his associates, respecting a tract of land
in the / Illinois country, on the Missisippi, [sic]
beg leave to report, ... / Fo. Broadside. S.D.
The comlnittee was Williamson, Dane, Carrington,
Kearney, and IWingate.


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June 20. Resolutions on Morgan.
462. By the United States in Congress / as-
sembled,/June 20 1788. Fo. Broadside. P.L.
The report (No. 461) as adopted by the Congress.
July 9. Land Ordinance.
463. By the United States in Congress / as-
sembled /July 9, 1788. / A Supplement to an
ordinance entitled An Ordinance for as- / cer-
taining the Mode of disposing of lands in the
Western Territory" Fo. Broadside. S.V.S.
A different draft from No. 458, reported July 2, by Dane,
Clark, Baldwin, Williamson, and Edwards.
Aug. 2o. Report on Requisitions for 1788.
464. By the United States in Congress as-
sembled, / Wednesday, August 20, 1788.
F. I 1. P.L., S.
Made by Clark, Dane, Williamson, Bingham, and Bald-
win.
Sept. i. Proclamation in re Cherokees.
465. By the United States in Congress / As-
sembled, / A Proclamation. / ..... / Done in
Congress, this First Day of September, in the
Year of our Lord One / Thousand Seven Hun-
dred and Eighty-eight ... / Cyrus Griffin, Pres-
ident Fo. Broadside. V.S.

Sept. 13. Resolutions in re New Governments.
466. By the United States in Congress / as-
sembled, / September 13, 1788
F. Broadside. V.S., S.
Appointing a day for the new government to assemble.
Consular Convention.


467. 1784.
Convention between His
most I Christian Majesty
and the thirteen United
States of North America,
for I the purpose of deter-
mining and fix- | ing the
functions and privileges of
Their respective Consuls,
vice-Con- suls, Agents and
Commissaries I


1788.
Convention between His
Most I Christian Majesty
and the United I States of
America, for the purpose I
of defining and establishing
the I functions and prive-
leges of their res. I pective
Consuls and vice.Consuls. I


40. pp. o1. S D.


Journals. 1787-9.
468. Journal / of the / United States / in Con-
gress Assembled: / Containing the / Proceed-
ings / from / The 5th Day of November, 1787. /
To / The 3d Day of November 1788. / Volume
XIII. / Published by Order of Congress. /
Printed by John Dunlap.
80. pp. 170, xcviii (I), xi.
The index is misprinted Vol. XIV.

Collected Works.
Collected Journals. Contemporary Edition.
These volumes were printed from time to time as already
(No. 79) stated, and under the number following the col-
lation given below will be found a title and note on each.
In 1786 four of the volumes were reprinted by order of
Congress, and these reprints are included in this series,
as they are the volumes usually found with the bound
sets. This collation is made from a comparison of three
sets, but differs in several particulars from those given in
Sa'bin, No. 15545.
Vol. I. 1774-5. Aitken. pp. (2), 3o, (12). No. 79.
Vol. II. 1776. Dunlap. pp. (2), 52o, xxvii. No.15.
Vol. II. 1777. Dunlap. pp. 603, xxii. No. 164.
Vol. III. 1777. Patterson. pp. 603, xxii.
Vol. IV. 1773. Claypoole. pp. (2), 748, lxxxix, (4).
No. 198.









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Vol. V. 1779. Claypoole. pp. 464, (15), Ixxiv.
No. 274.
Vol. VI. 1780. Claypoole. pp. 403, xxxviii, (3).
No. 295.
Vol. VI. 178o. Dunlap. pp. 257, xliii. No. 296.
Vol. VII. 1781-2. Claypoole. pp. 522, (4), lxxix.
No. 321.
Vol. VII. 1781-2. Patterson. pp. 522, (7), lxxix.
No. 322.
Vol. VIII. 1782-3. Claypoole. pp1 483. No. 345.
Vol.IX. 1783-4. Dunlap. pp.317, xvii,47. No.364.
Vol.X. 1784-5. Dunlap. pp.368. No. 402.
Vol. XI. 1785-6. Dunlap. pp. 267, xvi. No. 435.
Vol. XII. 1786-7. No printer. pp. 255, (9). No. 456.
Vol. XIII. 1787-9. Dunlapp. 170, xcviii, (1), xi.
No. 468.
Collected Journals. Edition of 18oo.
S470. Journals / of / Congress: / Containing
their / Proceedings / from September 5, 1774, to
January I, 1776. / Published by Authority. /
Vol. I. / From Folwell's Press. / Philadelphia.
/ 1800. 13 vols. 80.
Vol I. pp. (2), 289, (2).
Vol. II. pp. (2), 480, (22).
Vol. III. pp. (2), 468, (16).
Vol. IV. pp.537, (42).
Vol V. pp. (2),349, (34).
Vol. VI. pp. (2), 176, (22).
Vol. VII. pp. 396, (18).
Vol. VIII. pp. 337, (4).
Vol. IX. pp. 227, (lo), 29.
Vol. X. pp. 256, (14).
Vol. XI. pp. 193, (1o).
Vol. XII. pp. 169, (5).
Vol. XIII. pp. 192, (2), (5).
Collected Journals. Edition of 1823.
471. Journals / of/ The American Congress:
/ From 1774 to 1788. / In Four Volumes. / Vol-
ume I: / From September 5, 1774, to December
31, 1776, inclusive. / Washington: / Printed and
Published by Way and Gideon. / 1823.
4 vols. 80.
Vol. I. pp. (2) 588, xxviii.
Vol. II. pp. (2) 639, xxxviii.
Vol. III. pp. (2) 740, lviii.
Vol. IV. pp. (2) 88o, 62, (2), lxvii.
Secret Journals.
472. Secret Journals / of / The Acts and Pro-
ceedings / of/ Congress, / from the first meet-


ing thereof to the dissolution / of the Confeder-
ation, by the adoption/ of the Constitution of
the / United States. / Published under the di-
rection of the President of the United States,
conformably to / Resolution of Congress of
March 27, 1818, and April 21, 1820. / Vol. I. /
Boston: / Printed and Published by Thomas B.
Wait. / 1820. 4 vols. 80.
Vol. I. pp.466.
Vol. II. pp. 587.
Vol. III. pp. 614.
Vol. IV. pp. 448.
April. Report on Land Ordinance.
441. The Committee, consisting of Mr. Car-
rington, Mr. Varnum Mr. Clarke, Mr. King and
Mr. / Hawkins, to whom was referred a motion
of Mr. Carrington for revising the ordinance for
sur- / veying and selling the western territory, -
report as follows: / ..... F. Broadside. S.D.

1787.

July 13. Ordinance of 1787.
443. An Ordinance for the Government of the
Territo- / ry of the United States, North-West of
the River / Ohio. FO. I 1. V.S., S.D.
Mar. z9. Report on Land Ordinance.
458. A Supplement to an Ordinance entitled,
" An / Ordinance for ascertaining the mode of
Disposing of Lands in the Western Territory. /
F. I 1. P.L.
See 463.
July 9. Land Ordinance.
463. By the United States in Congress / as-
sembled /July 9, 1788. / A Supplement to an
ordinance entitled An Ordinance for as- / cer-
taining the Mode of disposing of lands in the
Western Territory." Fo. Broadside. S.V.S.
A different draft from No. 458, reported July 2 by Dane,
Clark, Baldwin, Williamson, and Edwards.




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