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fixed, a concise description of the metropolis. [anon.] 4th ed. 2 p. 1. 312 pp. 1 map. 120. London, J. Bew, [etc.] 1792. Amelot de la Houssaye (Abraham Nicolas). Réflexions, sentences et maximes morales, mises en nouvel ordre, avec des notes politiques et historiques. Nouvelle édition, corrigée et augmentée de maximes chrétiennes. 13 p. 1. 276 pp. 31. 16°. Paris, E. Ganeau

1725. America's appeal to the impartial world. Wherein the rights of Americans as men, as british subjects, and as colonists, the equity of the demand, and of the manner in which it is made, are considered, and the resorting to arms, vindicated. [anon.] 72 pp. Hartford, Ebenezer Watson, 1775.


The same.

[HAZARD pamphlets, v. 30)].

The same.


[WOLCOTT pamphlets, v. 67]. American (The) agriculturist. [A monthly magazine] for the farm, garden, and household. Jan. to Dec. 1871. v. 30. 4°. v. 30. 40. New York, O. Judd & co. [1871].

The same. Der amerikanische agriculturist, gewidmet der belehrung aller klassen, welche in der bodencultur betheiligt sind, darin begriffen den farmer, gärtner, etc. Januar 1865 bis Dezember 1871. v. 24-30. 4°. New York, O. Judd & co. [1865-70].


Catalogue of rural books. Jan. 1870. 181. 4°. New York, O. Judd & co. [1870]. [With AMERICAN agriculturist, v. 29.] American artisan and patent record: weekly journal of arts, mechanics, manufactures, mining, engineering and chemistry, and repertory of patents. July 10, 1867, to Dec. 30, 1868. New series. v. 5-7. 40. New York, Brown, Coombs & co. [1867-68].

The same. American artisan. A weekly journal of arts, mechanics, manufactures, engineering, chemistry, inventions, and patents. July 7, 1869, to Dec. 27, 1871. New series, v. 9-13. 4° New York, Brown, Coombs & co. [1869–71].

American (The) bee journal. [Monthly]. Edited by Samuel Wagner. July, 1870, to June, 1871. v. 6. ४०. Washington, S. Wagner, 1871.

American (The) bibliopolist.


Jan. 1869, to Dec. 1871. v. 1-3. 8°. New York, J. Sabin & sons, 1869-71.


American (The) booksellers' guide. Monthly. Nov. 1, 1868, to Dec. 1, 1871. v. 1-3. 8°. New York, American news co. 1868-71. American (The) cardinal. [anon.] 315 pp. 120. New York, Dodd & Mead, 1871. American (The) card-player: containing directions for euchre, whist, bezique, all. fours, pitch, commercial pitch, french fours, all fives, cassino, cribbage, straight and draw poker, and whiskey poker. [anon.] 151 pp. 16°. New York, Dick & Fitzgerald, [1866]. American (The) celt. A weekly journal of news, literature, and politics. Aug. 13, 1870, to June 17, 1871. v. 1-2. fol. New York, M. J. Heffernan, 1870–71.

[Successor of THE EMERALD. v. 2, incomplete : wanting, nos. 45-52].

American eclectic medical review. [Monthly]. Editors, R. S. Newton, m. d. P. A. Morrow, m. d. and A. Wilder, m. d. July, 1870, to June, 1871. v. 6. 8°. New York, Russell's american steam-printing house, 1870–71. American educational monthly, devoted to popular instruction and literature. Jan. 1864, to Dec. 1871. v. 1-8. 8°. New York, Schermerhorn, Bancroft & co. 1864-71. American (The) entomologist: an illustrated [monthly] magazine of popular and practical entomology. Edited by Benj. D. Walsh and Charles V. Riley. Sept. 1868, to Aug. 1869. v. 1. 8°. St. Louis, R. P. Studley & co. 1868.

The same.


The american entomologist and botanist: an illustrated [monthly] maga zine of popular and practical entomology and botany. Edited by Charles V. Riley and dr. George Vasey. Sept. 1869, to Dec. 1870. v. 2. 8°. St. Louis, R. P. Studley & co. 1870.



[Publication suspended]. American (The) ephemeris and nautical almanac for 1874. See United States. (Navy department). American (The) exchange and review. [monthly] miscellany of useful knowledge. and general literature. Especially devoted to finance, mining and metallurgy, insurance, [etc.] Sept. 1870, to Feb. 1872. v. 18-20. 80. Philadelphia, Fowler & Moon, and Review publishing and printing co. 1870-72. American (The) farmer. [A weekly magazine] containing original essays and selections on agriculture, horticulture, rural and domestic economy, and internal improve ments; with illustrative engravings and the


American (The) farmer-continued.

prices of country produce. John S. Skinner, editor. March 23, 1927, to March 14, 1828. v. 9. 40. Baltimore, J. D. Toy, 1827 [−28]. American homoeopathic observer. See American observer.

American institute of architects. Incorporated, 1857. Proceedings of the third annual convention, held in New York, November 16 and 17, 1869. 4°. New York, Western & co. 1870.


American Lloyd's register-continued. record of signal numbers, 1871. Compiled by Richard T. Hartshorne and John F. King. obl. 4°. New York, board of american Lloyd's, 1871.

The same, for 1872. obl. 4°. New York, J. W. Pratt, 1872.

The same. Appendix to the register of 1871, and supplement no. 10 to register of 1870, and supplement no. I to register of 1871. obl. 4°. [New York, 1871].

American (The) journal of horticulture. See American (The) naturalist, an illustrated

Tilton's journal of horticulture.

American (The) journal of medical sciences. [Quarterly]. Edited by Isaac Hayes, m. d. Jan. 1871, to April, 1872. New series. V. 61-63. 8°. Philadelphia, H. C. Lea, 1871-72. American journal of numismatics, and bulletin of the American numismatic and archæological society. [Monthly]. May, 1868, to April, 1870. v. 3-4 in 1 v. 8°. New York, American numismatic and archæological society, [1868-70].

[Note.—Index to v. 1-4 in v. 4]. American (The) journal of science and arts. [Monthly]. Editors, James D. Dana and B. Silliman, [and others]. Jan. to Dec. 1871. 3rd series, v. 1-2. [Complete series], v. 101-102. 8°. New Haven, editors, 1871. American (The) journal of syphilography and dermatology. [Quarterly]. Devoted to the consideration and treatment of venereal and skin diseases. Edited by M. H. Henry, m. d. Jan. 1870, to Oct. 1871. v. 1-2. 8°. New York, F. W. Christern, 1870-71. American juvenile biography. The life of Christopher Columbus, the discoverer of America. [anon.] 233 pp. 1 pl. 16°. Boston, B. H. Greene, 1840.


The lives of Hernando Cortes, the discoverer of Mexico, and Francisco Pizarro, the conqueror of Peru. [anon.] 2 v. in 1. 194 pp. 2 pl. 16°. Boston, B. H. Greene, 1840.

American (The) life assurance magazine and journal of actuaries. [Quarterly]. Edited by G. E. Currie. July, 1862, to April, 1863, and Jan. 1870, to Dec. 1871. v. 4 and 11-12. 8°. New York, G. E. Currie, 1863-71. American literary gazette and publishers' circular. [Semi-monthly]. Nov. 1, 1870, to Oct. 16, 1871. v. 16-17. 8°. Philadelphia, G. W. Childs, [1870–71]. American Lloyd's register, approved June 13, 1857. American and foreign shipping and

[monthly] magazine of natural history. Edited by A. S. Packard, jr. and F. W. Putnam. March, 1870, to Dec. 1871. v. 4-5. 8°. Salem, (Mass.) Peabody academy of sci ence, 1870-71. American normal school and National teachers' associations. Addresses and journal of proceedings of the American normal school and National teachers' associations at Cleveland, Ohio. Sessions of the year 1870. By authority of the publication committees. 222 pp. 8°. Washington, J. H. Holmes, 1871. American observer; a monthly journal devoted to the dissemination of homoeopathy, "the medicine of experience." Edwin A. Lodge, m. d. general editor. Jan. to Dec. 1871. v.8. 8°. Detroit, E. A. Lodge, 1871. American (The) orator: a manual of extemporaneous eloquence, including a course of discipline for the faculties of discrimination, arrangement, and oral discussion; and also practical exercises in reading, recitation, and declamatory debate. 288 pp. 6 pl. 18°. Philadelphia, T. E. Zell, 1871.

American (The) orator's own book. [anon.] 18°. Eng. title, xvi, 328 pp. 1 portrait. Philadelphia, J. Kay, jr. & brother, 1836. American (The) philosophical society. See Philadelphia. American philosophical so


American (The) poetical miscellany. Original and selected. 304 pp. 304 pp. 160. Philadelphia, R. Johnson, 1809. American (The) polytechnic journal; a new monthly periodical, devoted to science, mechanic arts, and agriculture. Conducted by Prof. Charles G. Page, m. d. J. J. Greenough, [and] Charles L. Fleischman. Janu ary to Dec. 1853. v. 1-2. 8°. Washington, 1853.

The same. v. 3. Greenough's American polytechnic journal; [etc.] Conducted by



American (The) polytechnic journal-con- | Americo de Figueiredo e Melho (Pedro). Distinued.

J. J. Greenough, m. d. [and] prof. Charles G. Page. January to June, 154. v. 3. 80. New York, J. J. Greenough, 1854. American (The) psychological journal, devoted chiefly to the elucidation of mental pathology, and the medical jurisprudence of insanity. Conducted by Edward Mead, m. d. vol. 1, no. 1. January and March, 1853. 64 pp. 8°. Cincinnati, Hygeia press, 1852.

American (The) publisher.


Orion Clemens, editor. April, 1871, to March,
1872. v. i. fol. Hartford, [ American pub-
lishing co. 1871-72].

American publisher and bookseller. A record
of american and foreign literature. Monthly.
May to Dec. 1868. Whole no. 6-13. Octavo
series, nos. 1-8, in 1 v. 8°. New York,
G. R. Cathcart, [1868].
American (The) quarterly observer. [Con-
ducted by B. B. Edwards]. Jan. to Oct.
1834. v. 2-3. 8°. Boston, Perkins & Mar-
vin, 1834.

American (The) racing record and turf guide,

for 1871 and for 1872. Edited and published by W. G. Dorling. 2 v. 16o. New York,


American railroad journal. Steam navigation, commerce, finance, engineering, banking, mining, manufactures. John H. Schultz, editor. [A weekly magazine]. Jan. 7 to Dec. 30, 1871. Second quarto series, v. 27; or [complete series] v. 44. 40. New York, J. H. Schultz, 1871.

American shipmaster's association. Record of American and foreign shipping, from surveys made and compiled with the sanction of the New York board of underwriters, to provide a standard american classification of vessels. 20 p. l. 656, 52 pp. 4°. New York,


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curso academico proferido em presença de sua magestade o imperador no dia 22 de março de 1870. Por occasião da abertura do curso de esthetica professado pela primeira vez no Brasil. 19 pp 4°. Rio de Janeiro, typographia nacional, 1870.

Americus (pseudon.) A new departure"
for all parties. The mission of America. Is
it prophecy? 96 pp. 80. Montgomery (Ala.)

Amerikaan (De); blyspel. Gevolgd naar
het Fransche. [anon.] 5 p. 1. 80 pp. 160.
Amsteldam, I. Duim, 1733.
Amersham. See Amundesham.
[DRAMATIC pamphlets, v. 1].

Ames (Fisher). Speeches in congress, 1789-
1796. Edited by Pelham W. Ames. 166
3 pp.
80. Boston, Little, Brown & co. 1871.
Ames (Mrs. Mary Clemmer). Eirene; or, &
woman's right. 2 p. 1. 219 pp. 8°. New
York, G. P. Putnam & sons, 1871.
Ames (William, d. d.) Bellarminvs enervatvs a
Gvilielmo Amesio. Ed. nova ab auctore
recognita et multis in locis aucta. 4 v. 24°.
Amstelodami, apud I. Ianssonium, 1630.

Guiljelmi Amesij de conscientia, et eivs
ivre, vel casibvs libri qvinqve. [Ed. 1a.]
Eng. title, 5 p. 1. 432 pp. 11 1. 240. Am-
stelodami, apud I. Ianssonium, 1631.
Amherst college. Opening of Walker hall,
Amherst college, Amherst, Mass. Oct. 20,
1870. Address by W. A. Stearns, president,
with other exercises. 77 pp. 8°. Boston,
Amici (Giovanni Battista). Collezione di al-
Rand, Avery & Frye, 1871.
cune memorie e lettere del sig. ingegnere G.
Amici. 11 memoirs in I v. 2 p. 1. [196] pp.
[11] pl. 4°. Modena, 1825.
[Note.-Academical memoirs separately reprinted
and united by the author].

Amicus curiæ (pseudon.) See Collier (John

Amiot or Amyot (Joseph Marie). Abrégé
historique des principaux traits de la vie de
Confucius. Orné de 24 estampes in 40, gra-
vées par Helman, d'après des dessins origi-
naux de la Chine envoyés à Paris par m.
Amiot. 1 p.l. 24 1. 24 pl. 40. Paris,
l'auteur, [about 1790].

Lettre de Pékin, sur le génie de la langue chinoise, et la nature de leur écriture symbolique, comparée avec celle des anciens Egyptiens; on y a joint l'extrait de deux ouvrages nouveaux de mr. de Guignes, relatifs aux mêmes matières. Par un père de le




Amiot or Amyot (Joseph Marie)-continued. | Amos (Sheldon). Difference of sex as a topic compagnie de Jésus, missionnaire à Pékin. of jurisprudence and legislation. 43 pp. 89. [anon.] xxxviii, 50 pp. 3 1. 27 pl. London, Longmans, Green & co. 1870. Bruxelles, J. L. de Boubers, 1773. Ampel en breed verhaal van de jongst-gewe[Note.-Prefixed is "Avis préliminaire par mr. Needsene aardbevinge tot Port-Royal in Jamaica, ham," that is John Forberville Needham, a op den Juny 1692. In twee brieven van Roman catholic divine, then resident at Brussels]. den predikant der selver stad geschreven. Ammirato (Scipione). Istorie fiorentine [sino [anon.] 8 pp. sm. 40. Rotterdam, B. Bos, all' ann. 1574]. Con l'aggivnti di Scipione 1692. Ammirato il giovane [Cristoforo Bianchi]. Con la tauola in fine delle cose più notabili. 2 v. in 3. 4 p. 1. 1188 pp.11; 4 p. 1.563 pp. 181. fol. Firenze, Amador Massi, 1641-47.

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[Note. This is the second edition of part first, which had been already printed in 1600. A private 2d ed. of part second was also printed, 53 lines on a page; but this is the legitimate issue, having 48 lines, like the other volumes].

The same. 2 parts in 11 v.
2 parts in 11 v. 8°. Fi
renze, L. Marchini & G. Becherini, 1824-27.
[Note. At the end of v. 11 is a Vita di Scipione Am-
mirato il seniore, del A. F. D. S.]

Amner (Richard). Considerations on the doc-
trines of a future state, and the resurrection,
as revealed, or supposed to be so, in the
scriptures: on the inspiration and authority
of scripture itself; on some peculiarities in
st. Paul's epistles: on the prophecies of Da-
niel and st. John, etc. [Also], some stric-
tures on the prophecies of Isaiah. 3 p. 1. 312
pp. 89. London, J. Johnson, 1797.
Among the Alps. [anon.] 364 pp. 7 pl. 16°.
New York, American tract society, [1871].
Amoretti (Carlo). Viaggio da Milano ai tre
laghi Maggiore, di Lugano, e di Como, e ne'
monti che li circondano. 6a ed. corretta e
corredata di antichi monumenti e della vita
dell' autore, dal dottor Giovanni Labus. xl,
374 pp. 1 portrait. 16°. Milano, G. Sil-
vestri, 1824.

Amoros y Ondeano (Francisco). Manuel
d'éducation physique, gymnastique et mo-
rale. 2 v. 2 p. 1. xvii, 488 pp; 2 p. 1. 528
pp. 18°. Paris, Roret, 1834.
Amort (Eusebius). De revelationibus, visio-
nibus et apparitionibus privatis regulæ tutæ
ex scriptura, conciliis, ss. patribus, aliisque
optimis authoribus collectæ, explicatæ et ex-
emplis illustratæ. 8 p. 1. 284, 588 pp. incl. 4
tab. 40. Augustæ Vindelicorum, sumptibus
M. Veith, 1744.

Amos (Andrew, editor). Gems of latin poet-
ry, with translations by various authors; to
which are added notes and illustrations.
[Eng. and lat.] xxiii, 368 pp. 80
bridge, [Eng.] J. Deighton, 1851.


[Note.-Another translation from the english of the same letters will be found under the. title NAAUWKEURIG verhaal van de aardbeving. Amsterdam, 1692]. Ampelius (Lucius). Lucii Ampelii liber inemorialis. 89. [Biponti, ex typographia societatis, 1783].

[In FLORUS (Annæus). Epitome rerum romanarum, 1783, pp. 153-200].

Ampère (Jean Jacques Antoine). Histoire littéraire de la France avant le douzième siècle. 3 v. 8°. Paris, L. Hachette, 1839– 40.

Histoire littéraire de la France sous Charlemagne et durant le x et xie siècle. 2e éd. 2 p. 1. 468 pp. 8°. Paris, Didier & cie. 1868. Ampzing (Samuel). West-Indische trivmphbasvyne, tot Godes ere ende roem der Batavieren gesteken, van wegen de veroveringe der Spaensche silver-vlote van Nova Hispania, inde baij van Matanca, door der schepen vande geoctroijeerde West-Indische compagnie, onder P. P. Heyn, generael, ende H. K. Lonk, admirael, geschied den 8. Sept. 1628. 6 p. 1. 44 pp. sm. 4°. Haerlem, A. Rooman, 1629. Amsterdam (City of). Conditien, die door de heeren bvrgermeesteren der stadt Amstelredam, volgens't gemaeckte accoordt met de West-Indische compagnie, ende d' approbatie van de staaten generael der Vereenighde Nederlanden daer op gevolght, gepresenteert werden aen alle de gene, die als colonier na Nieuw-Nederlandt willen vertrecken, etc. 7 sm. 40. Amsterdam, J. Banning, 1656. The same. 7 1. sm. 4°. Amsterdam, weduwe van J. Banning, 1659.


Copye vande resolutie van de heeren burgemeesters ende raden tot Amsterdam. Op't stuck vande West-Indische compagnie. Genomen in August 1649. 8 1. sm. 4o. [Amsterdam, 1649].

The same. 10 1. sm. 4°. Uytrecht, I. Havick, 1649. Amsterdams dam-praetje, van wat outs en wat nieuws. En wat vreemts. [anon.] 20 1. sm. 4o. Amsterdam, I. van Soest, 1649.

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Master of the rolls. Chronicles and memorials of Great Britain]. Amussat (Jean Zuléma). Amussat's lessons on retention of urine, caused by strictures of the urethra, and on the diseases of the prostate. Edited by A. Petit, (de l'isle de Re). Translated from the french by James P. Jervey, m. d. With notes. 3 p. 1. 246 pp. iv pp. 4 pl. 12°. Charleston, (S. C.) D. J. Dowling, 1836.

Amyot (Joseph Marie). See Amiot.


Ανακρέοντος Τηϊου μελη. Anacreontis Teij odæ. Ab Henrico Stephano luce & latinitate nunc primum donatæ. 4 p. 1. 110 pp. sm. 4°. Lvtetiæ, apud Henricum Stephanum, 1554. [Note. The fifty-five odes, here placed under the name of Anacreon, and first published by Henry Stephens, from manuscripts which no one else has seen (it is agreed among all modern critics), are not the work of Anacreon of Teos.-LEONHARD SCHMITZ].

The same. Carmina græce e recensione Gvlielmi Baxteri, cvm eivsdem Henr. Stephani et Tanegvidi Fabri notis. Accedvnt dvo Sapphvs odaria, atqve Theocriti anacreonticvm in mortvvm Adonin, cvravit Ioh. Frid. Fischervs. 17 p. 1. 232 pp. 2 1. 1 portrait. 16°. Lipsia, I. G. Muller, 1764.

The same. The odes of Anacreon, with the fragments of Sappho and Alcæus. 8°. [London, Payne & Foss, 1827].

[In TAYLOR (John). Poems on various subjects. 1827. pp. 259-308].

Anadol; the last home of the faithful. By the author of "The frontier lands of the christian and the Turk." [anon.] ii, 361 pp. 8°. London, R. Bentley, 1853. Anales de la mineria mexicana, o sea: revista de minas, metalurgica mecanica, y de las ciencias de aplicacion a la mineria.


Anales de la mineria mexicana-continued, Publicada por los antiguos profesores de la escuela practica de minas y a espensas del gobierno del Guanajuato. v. 1. 324 pp. 1 map, 8 pl. 12 tab. 8°. Mexico, I. Cumplido, 1861.

De natvra

Analysis (An) of the talents and character of Napoleon Bonaparte; by a general officer. [anon.] xxix, 238 pp. 1 portrait. 8°. London, W. Sams, 1821. Anania (Giovanni Lorenzo). dæmonvm. 12 p. 1. 244 [144] 1. numb. 180. Neapoli, apud I. B. Cappellum, 1582. Ancelot (Jacques Arsène François Polycarpe). Euvres complètes de m. Ancelot, précédées d'une notice sur sa vie et ses ouvrages, par m. X. B. Saintine. xv, 672 pp. 1 1. 8°. Paris, H. Delloye et V. Lecou, 1838.

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Ancient Edom; and the fulfilment of prophecy in the present state of Arabia Petrea. [anon.] 139 pp. 7 pl. 2 maps. 180. Philadelphia, American sunday - school union, [1839]. Ancient hymns of holy church. [anon. dication subscribed J. W.] 128 pp. 320. Hartford, Henry S. Parsons, 1845. Ancora (Gaetano d'). Guide du voyageur pour les antiquités, et curiosités naturelles de Pouzol, et des environs. [anon.] Traduit de l'italien par A. Barles de Manville. Eng. title, vi, 142 pp. 52 pl. 8°. Naples, Zambraia, 1792. Ancourt ( abbé d'). The lady's preceptor. Or, a letter to a young lady of distinction upon politeness. Taken from the french, and adapted to the religion, customs, and manners of the english nation. By a gentleman

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