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v. 1. August and Elvie. 388 pp. 2 pl.
v. 2. Hunter and Tom. 383 pp. 2 pl.

v. 3. The schooner Mary Ann. 348 pp. 3 pl.

Abauzit (Firmin). Miscellanies of the late | Abbott (Rev. Jacob). The August stories. ingenious and celebrated M. [Firmin] Abauzit, on historical, theological, and critical subjects. Translated from the french by E[dward] Harwood, d. d. 2 p. 1. xxiv, 376 pp. 120. London, T. Becket, 1774. Abbadie (Jacques). A sovereign antidote against arian poyson: or, the divinity of our blessed saviour asserted and plainly prov'd. In full answer to dr. Clarke, mr. Whiston, mr. Emlyn and the rest of their adherents. 4 p. 1. 423 pp. 8°. London, J. Booth, 1719.

Abbey (Henry). Ballads of good deeds, and
other verses.
129 pp.
160. New York, D.
Appleton & co. 1872.



143 pp.

Stories in verse. 128 pp. York, A. D. F. Randolph & co. 1869. Abbey (Henry L.) May dreams. 12°. New York, Abbey & Abbot, 1862. Abbey (Rev. Richard). An inquiry into the ecclesiastical constitution, the origin and character of the church of Christ, and the gospel ministry. In four parts. Edited by Thomas O. Summers, d. d. 432 pp. 120. Nashville (Tenn.) methodist episcopal church south, 1856.

Abbot (Ezra). The literature of the doctrine of a future life: or, a catalogue of works relating to the nature, origin, and destiny of the soul. The titles classified, and arranged chronologically, with notes, and indexes of authors and subjects. Compiled (originally) as an appendix to the "History of the doctrine of a future life," by William R. Alger. 1 p. 1. pp. 679-914. 8°. New York, W. J. Widdleton, 1871.


Abbot (Rev. Hull). The duty of God's peo-
ple to pray for the peace of Jerusalem. A
sermon on occasion of the rebellion in Scot-
land; preach'd at Charlestown, Jan. 12,
1745-6. 26 pp.
Boston, Rogers &
Fowle, 1746.
Abbot, Downing & co. manufacturers of
coaches and wagons. [Illustrations]. Charts
A-C. 3 parts in 1 v. 18°. Boston, Hooper,
Lewis & co. [1871].

Abbott (Edward). The baby's things: a story
in verse for christmas eve. 53 pp. 5 pl. 120.
New York, A. D. F. Randolph & co. [1871].
Abbott (Henry, m. d.) Catalogue of a collec-
tion of Egyptian antiquities, now exhibiting
at the Stuyvesant institute, New York. 72
pp. 8°. New York, proprietor, 1854.

Gentle measures in the management and training of the young. 330 pp. 12 pl. 120. New York, Harper & brothers, 1872.

History of Genghis Khan. 335 pp. 16o.
New York, Harper & brothers, 1860.

History of Margaret of Anjou, queen of
Henry vi. of England. 316 pp.
316 pp. 16°. New
York, Harper & brothers, 1861.

History of Peter the great, emperor of
Russia. Eng. title. 368 pp. 1 portrait. 160.
New York, Harper & brothers, 1860.

The little learner. Learning to think. Consisting of easy and entertaining lessons, designed to assist in the first unfolding of the reflective and reasoning powers of children. 192 pp. sq. 16°. New York, Harper & brothers, 1856.

The little philosopher. With a copious introduction, explaining fully the method of using the book. 172 PP. 18°. Boston, Hickling, Swan, & Brown, [1855].

Science for the young; or, the fundamental principles of modern philosophy explained and illustrated in conversations and experiments, and in narratives of travel and adventure by young persons in pursuit of knowledge. 3 v. 12°. New York, Harper & brothers, 1872.


v. 1. Heat. 306 pp. 21 pl.
v. 2. Light. 313 pp. 16 pl.

v. 3. Water and land. 330 pp. 24 pl. Abbott (James, of Queen's college, Cambridge). A history of the roman and english hierarchies; with an examination of the assumptions, abuses, and intolerance of episcopacy; proving the necessity of a reformed english church. 2 p. 1. xxxii, 356 pp. 8°. London, Simpkin & Marshall, 1831. Abbott (Rev. John Sebastian Cabot). history of the empire of Russia: containing an account of all the most interesting events in that vast monarchy, from its earliest origin in the remote ages of barbarism to the present day. 546 pp. 2 pl. 8°. Boston, B. B. Russell, 1872.


History of Frederick the second, called Frederick the great. 584 pp. 1 pl. 8°. New York, Harper & brothers, 1871.

History of Josephine. With engrav


Abbott (Rev. J. S. C.)-continued.

ings. Engraved title. 4 p. 1. 328 pp. 1 portrait. 6 pl. 16°. New York, Harper & brothers, [1851].


History of Louis xiv. 410 410 pp. 20 pl. New York, Harper & brothers, 1871. History of Louis Philippe, king of the french. 405 pp. 16o. New York, Harper & brothers, 1871.

Italy and the war for italian independence: including a biographical sketch of pope Pius ix. 638 pp. 5 pl. 120. Boston, B. B. Russell, 1871.

The path of peace: or a practical guide to duty and happiness. viii, 13–192 pp. 1 pl. 16°. Boston, Crocker & Brewster, 1836. Practical christianity. A treatise specially designed for young men. 302 pp. 160. New York, Harper & brothers, 1862.

Prussia and the franco-prussian war. Containing a brief narrative of the origin of the kingdom, its past history, and a detailed account of the causes and results of the late war with Austria; with an account of the origin of the present war with France, and of the extraordinary campaign into the heart of the empire. Including biographical sketches of king William and count von Bismarck. 311 pp. 2 pl. 4 maps. Boston, B. B. Russell, 1871.


The same. Preussen und der französisch-preussische krieg. Aus dem englischen übersetzt von dr. F. Stähli. 312 pp. pp. 6 maps, 2 pl. 120. Boston, B. B. Russell, 1871.

to truth and duty. 180 pp. 1 pl. 18°. Boston, Crocker & Brewster, 1839.



european settlements in Bengal and on the coast of Coromandel. Translated from the original persian by Francis Gladwin. xi, 219 pp. 8°. Calcutta, I. Mackay, 1788. W. Abdulkurreem (Khojeh). See Abd-el


Abeel (Rev. David). Journal of a residence in China, and the neighboring countries, from 1829 to 1833. 398 pp. 120. New York, Leavitt, Lord & co. 1834.

Abeille (L') américaine. Journal historique et littéraire. [Weekly]. April, 1815, to Jan. 1818. v. 1-5. 8°. Philadelphia, A. J. Blocquerst, 1815-17.

[MARKOE pamphlets, v. 53 and 54].

Abel (F. A.) On recent investigations and applications of explosive agents. A lecture delivered to the members of the British association at Edinburgh, August, 1871. 35 pp. 2 pl. 80. Washington, government printing office, 1871.


Abel (Thomas). Subtensial plain trigonome-
try, wrought with a sliding-rule, with Gun-
ter's lines and also arithmetically. And
this method apply'd to navigation, and sur-
veying. To which is added, i. Mensuration
of mason's work. ii. A solution of rota, or
Aristotle's wheel. iii. A brief discourse upon
gravity. 2 p.1.86 pp. 7 pl. 180. Philadel-
phia, A. Steuart, 1761.

Abel Remusat. See Remusat.
Abélard. See Abailard.

The school-boy; or, a guide for youth Abelous (L.) Gustavus Adolphus; the hero
of the reformation. From the french, by
mrs. C. A. Lacroix. 193 pp. incl. 5 pl. 160.
New York, Carlton & Lanahan, [1871].
Abenteuer eines maurers zur warnung für
geweihete und profane. [anon.] 2 p. 1. 100
pp. 80. Berlin & Libau, Lagarde & Fried-
rich, 1788.
Aborigines protection society. Extracts from
the papers and proceedings of the aborigines.
protection society. Nos. i. and ii. May and
June, 1839. 64 pp. 8°. London, W. B.
Arnold & co. 1839.

The school-girl; or, the principles of
christian duty familiarly enforced. 180 pp.
1 pl. 180. Boston, Crocker & Brewster,
Abbott (Lyman). Laicus; or, the experiences
of a layman in a country-parish. 358 pp.
160. New York, Dodd & Mead, 1872.
A, b, c (The) of animals. By aunt Lutie.
[pseudon.] 14 1. [col. pl.] 8°. New York,
R. Shugg & co. [1871].
Abcedario (L') pittorico. See Orlandi
(Pellegrino Antonio).

Abdalla of Beyza. See Nasir-ed-din Abu

Said Abdallah ben Omar el-Beidhawí. Abd-el-Kerim (Ben Akebut Mahmood, Khojeh). The memoirs of Khojeh Abdulkurreem. Including the history of Hindostan, from a. d. 1739 to 1749; with an account of the

Report on the Indians of Upper Canada. By a sub-committee. 52 pp. 8°. London, W. B. Arnold & co. 1839.

Second annual report, presented at the meeting in Exeter hall, May 21st, 1839. With a list of officers, subscribers, benefactors, and honorary members. 32 pp. 89. London, P. White & Son, 1839.



Abraham (Rev. Charles John). The unity of Abu-'l-Kasim (Mahmud ben Omar Ez-Zahistory; or outlines of lectures on ancient and modern history, considered on the principles of the church of England. xvi, 176 pp. 11. 8°. Eton, E. P. Williams, 1846. Abrégé de la vie des peintres, dont les tableaux composent la galerie electorale de Dresde. Avec le détail de tous les tableaux de cette collection et éclaircissemens historiques sur ces chefs-d'œuvres de la peinture. [anon.] 9 p. 1. 468 pp. 1 pl. 16°. Dresde, frères Walther, 1782.

Abrégé de l'histoire romaine à l'usage des élèves de l'ancienne école royale militaire. [anon.] Nouv. [12o ?] éd. 1 p. 1. 226 pp. 16°. Avallon, Comynet, 1830. Abridged (An) history of the United States of America. For the use of schools. Intended as a sequel to Hildreth's view of the United States. [anon.] xii, 248 pp. 12°. Boston, Carter, Hendee & Babcock, 1831. Abudacnus or Abu-dh-Dhakn (Joseph). Historia Jacobitarum, seu Coptorum in Ægypto, Libya, Nubia, Æthiopia tota, & Cypri insulæ parte habitantium. Opera. Cum annotationibus Johannis Nicolai. Vulgavit nunc primum s. Havercampus. 4 p. 1. 206 pp. 5 1. 8°. Lugduni Batavorum, apud J. Haserbræk, 1740. Abulfeda (Ismael). Αμπουλφεδα Ισμαηλ βασιλέως Απάμειας εκ των γεωγραφικών πινάκων περιγραφη Χορασμίας, Μαουαραλναχρης ήτοι των πέραν του ποταμου Ώξου τοπων, Αραβίας, Αιγύπτου, Περσιδος, έτι δε της Περσικής και Ερυθράς θαλασσης, μεταφρασθεισα εκ της Αραβικης διαλέκτου υπο Δημητρίου Αλεξανδρίδου. 292 pp. εν Βιέννη της Αυστρίας, Α. Σχμιδιος, 1807. [With ΣΥΛΛΟΓΗΣ των εν επιτομη παλαι γεωγραφη θέντων.


Note.-Printed in arabic and greek on opposite pages].

Abu'l Ghazi, bahader. The genealogical history of the Tatars. Translated from the tatar manuscript. Containing the antiquities of the Moguls and Tatars from Adam, according to the account of the mohammedan Tatars. A curious description of all the tribes into which the turkish nation is divided the life of Zingiz khân the great, [etc.] With a complete history of the Uzbek khâns of Khowârazm, [1494–1663]. Illustrated. With notes. The whole made english [from the french of Bentinck]. 1 v. in 2. 2 p. 1. xliii, 792 pp. 2 maps. 8°. London, J. & J. Knapton, [etc.] 1729-30.

makhshari). Anthologia sententiarum arabicarum. Cum scholiis Zamachsjarii. Edidit, vertit, et illustravit Henricus Albertus Schultens. [Arab. et lat.] 10 p. 1. 172 pp. 4°. Lugduni Batavorum, apud J. Le Mair, 1772. Abu Mohammed al Kasim ben Alí al Harirí al Basrí. Six assemblies; or ingenious conversations of learned men among the Arabians, upon a great variety of useful and entertaining subjects; formerly published by the celebrated Schultens, in arabic and latin, with large notes and observations. The whole now translated into english, with improvements. By Leonard Chappelow. 2 p. 1. viii, 134 pp. 8°. Cambridge (Eng.) J. Archdeacon, for Merrill, 1767.

Abú Músá Jábir ben Hayyan et-Tarsusé. La

somme de la perfection, ou l'abrégé du magistère parfait de Geber. 120. [Paris, A. Cailleau, 1741].

[In SALMON (William). Bibliothèque des philosophes chimiques. 1741. pp. 85-384, 20 1.]

Abu Taleb (khan meerza). The travels of mirza Aboo Talib khan, in the persian language. Abridged by David Macfarlane. 2d ed. 70 1. 120. Calcutta, the baptist mission press, 1836. Academia cæsarea naturæ curiosorum. Miscellanea curiosa; sive ephemeridum medicophysicarum decuriæ i et ii, 1670-1689. 18v. in 15. 40. Francoforti, 1684-90. Academical contributions of original and translated poetry. [By junior members of the university of Cambridge, Eng. anon.] viii, 111 pp. 8°. Cambridge (Eng.) B. Flower, 1795.

Academy (The). A monthly record of literature, learning, science, and art. Oct. 9, 1869, to Dec. 15, 1871. v. 1-2. 4°. London, J. Murray, 1869-71. Accolti (Benedetto, cardinale). Epigrammata. 160. Florentiæ, apvd Ivntas, 1562. [In CARMINA qvinqve Hetrvscorvm poetarvm, pp. 129-136].

Account (An) of a visit lately made to the people called quakers, in Philadelphia, by Papoonahoal, an Indian chief, and several other Indians, chiefly of the Minisink tribe. With the substance of their conferences on that occasion. [anon.] 21 pp. 18°. London, S. Clark, 1761.

Account (An) of the french settlements in

North America, shewing the towns, ports, etc. of Canada, claimed by the french king. By a gentleman. [anon.] 26 pp. 8°. Boston, Rogers & Fowle, 1746.



Account (An) of the present state of Nova | Acta Mechemeti i.-continued. Scotia in two letters to a noble lord, etc. [anon.] 31 pp. 120. London, 1756. Accum (Frederick) and Parkes (Samuel). Manuel de chimie amusante, ou nouvelles récréations chimiques. Traduit de l'anglais, par J. Riffault. 3e éd. Revue soigneuse

ment sur le texte anglais, augmentée de plusieurs expériences nouvelles, etc. Par A. D. Vergnaud. 1 p. 1. 321 pp. 1 pl. 180. Paris, Roret, 1829.

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Achilles Tatius. Ερωτικων βιβλια η. De
Clitophontis et Leucippes amoribus libri viii.
Græce et latine [interprete Cruceio]. xx,
8°. Biponti, 1792.

363 pp.
[MITSCHERLICH (C. W.) Scriptores erotici græci,
v. 1].

The same. Achille Tazio degli amori di Leucippe e Clitofonte libri viii, ridotti in italiano da f. Angelo Coccio. 2 v. in 1. 3 p. 1. 166 pp; 164 pp. 18°. Crisopoli, dalla tipografia della società lett. 1803. Acht tage in München. Eine kurzgefasste beschreibung der in dieser hauptstadt befindlichen sehenswürdigkeiten; als unentbehrliches handbuch für jeden fremden. Mit xylographischen vignetten. [anon.] [anon.] 21. 120 pp. 1 plan. 180. München, Georg Franz, 1834.

Ackermann (Peter Fourier). Archæologia biblica breviter exposita. iv, 522 pp. 11. 8°. Vienna, F. Volke, 1826.

Acosta (Jérome, pseudon.) See Simon (Richard).

Acta Mechemeti i. saracenorum principis. Auszführlicher bericht, von ankünfft, zunehmen, gesatzen, regirung vnd jämerlichem absterben Mechemeti i. Genealogia seiner successorn, bisz auff den jetzregirenden Mechmetem iii. Auss vielen autoribus fleissig zusam. men getragen. ii. Propheceyung. Keysers

Seueri vñ Leonis, sampt etlichen anderen weissagungen, vom undergang dess türkischen regiments. Von neuwem an tag geben, [etc.] 4 p. 1. 102 pp. 1 1. 4°. [Frankfurt], H. D. und H. I. von Bry, 1597. Actes (Les) des apôtres. [Journal royaliste publié pendant la révolution française. Par Jean Gabriel Peltier et autres]. v. 1-5. no. 1-146, 1789-90. 8°. Paris, l'an de la liberté 0, [1789-90].

[Note.-Eleven volumes of this journal (1789-92), in 311 numbers, were issued. Much information respecting it is given by Quérard, in his Dictionnaire. des ouvrages polyonymes et anonymes]. Actor (The); or, a treatise on the art of playing. A new work, adapted to the present state of the theatres. [etc. anon.] 284 pp. 101. 12. London, R. Griffiths, 1755. Actuarius (Joannes). See Joannes actuarius, i. e. medicus.

Adair (D. L.) Progressive bee culture, or apine instincts and labors defined, illustrated and systematized, upon a new theory. 24 pp. 80. Cincinnati, author, 1872. Adam of Merioneth. Adami murimuthensis chronicon, sive historia sui temporis; cui subjicitur ejusdem chronici continuatio. E codice reginensi nunc primum edidit Antonius Hallius. 8°. Oxonii, e theatro sheldoniano, 1721.

[In TRIVET (Nicholas). Annalium continuatio, pp. 31-152]. Adam (Alexander, ll. d.) A summary of geography and history, both ancient and modern; with an abridgment of the fabulous history or mythology of the Greeks. To which is prefixed, an historical account of the progress and improvements of astronomy and geography: also a brief account of the principles of the newtonian philosophy, [etc.] 5th ed. corrected. xii, 858 pp. 13 maps, 1 pl. 8°. London, T. Cadell & W. Davies, [etc.] 1816.

Adam (Melchior). Dignorum laude virorum, quos musa vetat mori, immortalitas, seu vitæ theologorum, jure-consultorum, & politicorum, medicorum, atque philosophorum, maximam partem germanorum, nonnullam quoque exterorum. Ed. 3a. 10 p. 1. 1306 pp. fol. Francofurti ad Mænum, apud J. M. à Sande, 1705.

Adam (Rev. M. T.) The millenium; being a series of discourses illustrative of its nature, the means by which it will be introduced, and the time of its commencement. xii, 224 pp. 120. New York, R. Carter, 1837.



Adams (Catharine A. Van Buren). Music: an | Adams (Rev. James)-continued. apotheosis and other poems. 66 pp. 1 por

trait. sm. 4°. New York, 1871. Adams (Charles, d. d.) The poet preacher: a brief memorial of Charles Wesley, the eminent preacher and poet. 234 pp. 16°. New York, Carlton & Porter, 1859. Adams (Charles Francis). The struggle for neutrality in America: an address delivered before the New York historical society, at their sixty-sixth anniversary, December 13, 1870. 2 p. 1. 52 pp. 8°. New York, C. Scribner & co. 1871.

and Adams (John Quincy). The life of John Adams. 684 pp. 8°. Boston, Lit tle, Brown & co. 1856.

[In ADAMS (John, 2d president of the United States). Works. 1856, v. 1].

The same. Begun by J. Q. Adams. Completed by C. F. Adams. Revised and corrected. 2 v. 498 pp; 416 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co. 1871.

Adams (Daniel). The understanding reader: or, knowledge before oratory. Being a new selection of lessons, suited to the understand

ings and the capacities of youth, and de-
signed for their improvement, 1. In reading.
2. In the definition of words. 3. In spelling,
particularly, compound and derivative words.
3d ed. 224 pp. 160. Leominster, Mass. S.
Wilder, for the author, 1805.

Adams (Rev. Eliphalet). A sermon preached
at Windham, July 12th, 1721, on a day of
thanksgiving for the late remarkable success
of the gospel among them. 1 p.l. vi, 40 pp.
18°. New London, T. Green, 1721.
Adams (Francis). The elementary education
act, 1870 (33 & 34 Vict. c. 75); with an-
alysis, index, and appendix. xv, 132 pp.
80. London, Simpkin, Marshall & co. 1870.

Addenda to the analysis of the elementary education act, 1870. 14 pp. 8°. [London, 1870].


speech in all countries, and an analytical discussion and vindication of the dialect of Scotland. 164 pp. 8°. Edinburgh, for the author by J. Moir, 1799.

Adams (John, d. d., b. 1662, vice-chancellor of Cambridge university). An essay concerning self-murther. Wherein it is endeavour'd to prove, that it is unlawful according to natural principles. With some considerations upon what is pretended from the said principles, by the author of a treatise, intituled, Biathanatos, and others. 8 p. 1. 320 pp. 8°. London, T. Bennet, 1700.

Adams (John Greenleaf). The christian's triumph including happy death scenes, illustrative of the power of the gospel. Drawn from facts. 216 pp. 180. Boston, A. Tompkins, 1840.

Adams (F. Colburn). Justice in the bye-ways.
A tale of life. 438 pp. 12°. New York,
Livermore & Rudd, 1856.
Adams (Rev. Henry W.) The book of Job
in poetry; or, a song in the night. 380 pp.
18 pl. 1 portrait.
New York, author,
Adams (Rev. James). The pronunciation of
the english language vindicated from im-
puted anomaly & caprice: in two parts.
With an appendix, on the dialects of human

Practical hints to believers in the gospel of universal grace and salvation. 1 p. 1. 272 pp. 120. 120. Boston, T. Whittemore, 1840, Adams (John Jay). The charter oak, and other poems. 60 pp. 120. New York, S. Colman, 1839. Adams (John Quincy, 6th president of the U. S.) Dermot Mac Morrogh, or the conquest of Ireland; an historical tale of the twelfth century. In four cantos. 108 pp. 8°. Boston, Carter, Hendee & co. 1832.

The same.

[MOORE pamphlets, v. 141].
The same.

[MISCELLANEOUS pamphlets, v. 287].

Life of John Adams. See Adams (Charles Francis).

Adams (John Quincy, a freedman). Narrative
of the life of John Quincy Adams, when in
slavery, and now as a freedman. 64 pp.
32°. Harrisburg (Pa.) Sieg, 1872.
Adams (J. S. colonist). The Florida colonist,
or settler's guide. Answers to the question
"Where in Florida shall we locate?" 2d
ed. enlarged. 1 p. 1. 86 pp. 1 map. 8°. Jack-
sonville (Florida) Union job printing rooms,

Adams (Mrs. J. S.) Allegories of life. 93
pp. sm. 4°. Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1872.
Adams (Nehemiah, d. d.) Church pastorals.
Hymns and tunes for public and social wor-
ship. vii, 472 pp. 8°. Boston, Ticknor &
Fields, 1864.

Evenings with the doctrines. 415 pp. 120. Boston, Gould & Lincoln, 1861.

Remarks on the unitarian belief; with

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