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Hoadly (E. S.) A system for beginners in | Hodges (W.)-continued.

the art of playing upon the piano-forte. See Mason (W.) and Hoadly (E. S.) Hobart (John Henry, p. e. bishop of New York). Instruction and encouragement for lent. 227 pp. 120. New York, D. Dana, 1859. Hobart (Rev. Noah). An attempt to illustrate

and confirm the ecclesiastical constitution of
the consociated churches, in the colony of
Connecticut. Occasioned by a late "Ex-
planation of the Saybrook platform." 44 pp.
8°. New-Haven, B. Mecom, 1765.
[Note.-Title and pp. 3-4 slightly imperfect].
Hobbes (Thomas). Behemoth. The history
of the civil wars of England, from the year
1640, to 1660. Purged from the errours of
former editions. By T. H. [anon.] 1 p.1.
286 pp.
16°. London, 1680.
Hobler (J. Paul). The words of the favourite
pieces, as performed at the Glee club, held at
the Crown and Anchor tavern, Strand. Com-
piled from their library. 2 p. 1. 116 pp. 16°.
London, editor, 1794.
Hoddeson (John). Sion and Parnassus, or
epigrams on severall texts of the old and
new testament. [Also], a poem on the
sion, a hymn on the resurrection, ascention,
and feast of pentecost. 4 p. 1. 128 pp. 1 por-
trait. 16°. London, R. Daniel for G. Evers-
den, 1650.

Hodge (Archibald Alexander, d. d.) Outlines
of theology. 522 pp. 8°. New York, R.
Carter & brothers, 1860.
Hodge (Charles, d. d.) The bible argument
on slavery. 8°. [Augusta (Ga.) 1860].
[In ELLIOTT (E. N.) Cotton is king, pp. 837-873].
Essays and reviews. Selected from
the Princeton review. 2 p. 1. 633 pp. 8°.
New York, R. Carter & brothers, 1857.

An exposition of second Corinthians. A commentary on Galatians. See Bible. (English).

The fugitive slave law. 8°. [Augusta (Ga.) 1860].

[In ELLIOTT (E. N.) Cotton is king, pp. 805-836]. Systematic theology. v. 1-2. xiii, 648 pp; xi, 732 pp. 80. New York, Scribner & co. 1872.

Hodges (D. F.) and Foster (G. W.) Sacred

crown: new hymn tunes, anthems, sentences, motets and chants for public and private worship. 384 pp. obl. 8°. Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1871. Hodges (W.) An historical account of Lud

low castle. Compiled from original manu

scripts, etc. with an appendix. [Also], Comus, a mask presented at Ludlow castle, 1634, before the earl of Bridgewater: by John Milton. 1 p. 1. vi, 84, 40 pp. 1 pl. 8°. Ludlow, W. Felton, 1803. Hodgson (Rev. Francis).

An examination of the system of new divinity; or new school theology. 416 pp. 120. New York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1839. Hodgson (William, jr.) memoirs of the religious commonly called quakers. Philadelphia, author, 1844. Hoffman (Charles Fenno).

Select historical society of friends,

420 pp.
420 pp. 120.

The echo: or,

borrowed notes for home circulation. 48 pp. 80. Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, 1844. Hoffman (Mary I.) Agnes Hilton; or, practical views of catholicity. A tale of trials and triumphs. 477 pp. 129. New York, P. O'Shea, 1864. Hoffman (Murray). The ritual law of the church; with its application to the communion and baptismal offices. [Also] notes upon orders, the articles, and canons of 1603. xiv, 394 pp. 80. New York, Pott, Young & co. 1872. Hoffman (William). The monitor; or, jottings of a New York merchant during a trip

round the globe. xiv, 448 pp. 8 pl. 1 portrait. 129. New York, Carleton, 1863. Hoffman. See Hoffmann and Hofmann. Hoffmann (Franz). The iron head; or, an old soldier's story of Charles xii. king of Sweden. From the german by M. A. Anderson. 239 pp. 16o. Philadelphia, Luth

eran board of publication, 1871.
[FATHERLAND series].

Hofland (Barbara, or Mrs. Thomas Chris-
topher). The son of a genius; a tale, for
the use of youth. By the author of The
history of an officer's widow and family.
[anon.] 216 pp. 16°. Boston, T. Wells,

The young pilgrim, or Alfred Campbell's return to the east; and his travels in Egypt, Nubia, Asia Minor, Arabia Petræa, &c. xii, 211 pp. 6 pl. 12°. 120. New-York, O. A. Roorbach, 1828. Hofmann - Peerlkamp (Peder). Liber de vita, doctrina et facultate Nederlandorum qui carmina latina composuerunt. Ed. altera emendata et aucta. xii, 576 pp. 8°. Lugduni-Batavorum, apud H. W. Hazenberg & socios, 1843.


Hogg (James).

135 pp. 1 1. poem. Thomas, 1815.


The pilgrims of the sun; a | Holdich (Mrs. L. A.) Meadowside; or, aunt
Grace and Dora.
An autobiography.
16°. Philadelphia, M.
pp. 18°. New York, Carlton & Porter,

Hogrewe (Johann Ludwig). Theoretische
und praktische anweisung zur militairischen
aufnahme oder vermessung im felde. Zum
gebrauch für officiers und angehende inge-
nieurs. 8 p. 1. 320 pp. 9 tab. ४०. Han-
nover, C. W. H. Pockwitz, jun. 1785.
Hohenheim (Philipp Aureolus Theophrastus
Bombast von). See Paracelsus.
(Alexander Leopold Franz Emmerich von).
Prince Hohenlohe's prayer book; or, the
christian praying in the spirit of the catholic
church. Translated from the german. 1st
american ed. 335 pp. 1 pl. 180. Balti-
more, J. Myers, 1827.

Holbach (Paul Henry Thiry, baron d'). Ecce homo! or, a critical inquiry into the history of Jesus of Nazareth; being a rational analysis of the gospels. First american ed. [anon.] 412 pp. 80. New York, printed for the proprietors of the philosophical library,


[Note. The first english edition, (Edinburgh, 1799), was announced as a translation from the french. The original was entitled, Histoire critique de Jésus Christ, ou analyse raisonnée des évangiles. Amsterdam, M. M. Rey, about 1770.]

The same. Historia crítica de Jesu Cristo, 6 analísis razonado de los evangelios. Traducida del francés por el P. F. de T. ex2 v. jesuita. [anon.] lv, 202 pp; 2 p. 1. 280 pp. 16°. Londres, Davidson, 1822. Holbrook (Alfred). School management. [Lectures]. 270 pp. 11. 8°. Lebanon (0.) J. Holbrook, 1871.

Holbrook (Martin L. m. d.)


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voices: poems. 164 pp. 120. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co. 1872. Holcraft (Richard, editor). Tales of humour and romance, selected from popular german writers. 1 p. 1. xvi, 304 pp. 8°. London, Longman, 1829.

The same. 215 pp. 80. New York, C. S. Francis, [etc.] 1829. Holdich (Joseph). The wesleyan student; or memoirs of Aaron Haynes Hurd, late a member of the Wesleyan university, Middle281 pp. 18°. town, Conn. Middletown (Conn.) E. Hunt & co. 1839.

Sally Grafton and her teacher. 106 pp. 18°. New York, Carlton & Porter, [1861].

Victor; or, Paris troubles and Provence
roses. 142 pp.
180. New York, Carlton
& Porter, [1861].
Holdsworth (Edward). Remarks and dis-
sertations on Virgil; with some other clas-
sical observations. Published, with several
notes, and additional remarks, by Mr.
Spence. v, 620 pp. 10 pl. 2 maps. 40. Lon-
don, J. Dodsley, 1768.
Holdsworth or Holsworth (Richard, d. d.)
The valley of vision, or, a clear sight of
sundry sacred truths. Delivered in twenty
sermons. 5 p. 1. 539 pp. 111. sq. 120. Lon-
don, R. Tomlins, 1651.

Hole (Matthew, d. d.) Practical discourses on
the nature, properties, and excellencies of
charity, above all the gifts and graces of the
holy spirit, as they are described in the 13th
chapter of the first epistle of St. Paul to the
Corinthians. [Also], a visitation sermon,
with an appendix subjoin'd. 6 p. 1. 360, 150,
6 pp.
8°. Oxford, L. Lichfield for the
author, 1725.

Hole (Rev. Richard). Arthur; or, the north-
ern enchantment. A poetical romance, in
seven books. xvi, 254 pp. 80. London,
G. G, J. & J. Robinson, 1789.
[With BRUCIAD (The). ed. 1769].



Remarks on the Arabian nights' entertainments; in which the origin of Sindbad's voyages, and other oriental fictions, is particularly considered. iv, 258 pp. don, T. Cadell, 1797. Holgate (Jerome B.) Noachida: or, Noah, and his descendants. 354 pp. 120. Buffalo, Breed, Butler & co. 1860. Holiday (The) gem: for boys. [anon.] 192 pp. 189. Philadelphia, American sunday

school union, [1843].
Holiday (The) gem: for girls. [anon.] 184
pp. 180. Philadelphia, American sunday
school union, [1843].

Holiday stories. [anon.] 178 pp. 14 pl. 18°.
Boston, W. Crosby & co. 1839.
Holiness; or the legend of. st. George, a tale
from Spencer's faerie queene, by a mother.
[anon.] iv, 182 pp.
Boston, E. R.
Broaders, 1836.



Holinshed (Raphael). Chronicles, comprising | Hollick (Frederick, m. d.)-continued.

1 The description and historie of England, 2 The description and historie of Ireland, 3 The description and historie of Scotland: first collected and published by Raphaell Holinshed, William Harrison, and others: now newlie augmented and continued to the yeare 1586, by Iohn Hooker alias Vowell and others. With conueniunt tables. [2d ed.] b. l. 3 v. in 2. fol. London, Iohn Harrison [and others], 1585-87.

[Note.-Collation, v. 1, 4 l. 250 pp. 21. 202 pp; v. 2 183 pp. 3 1. 464 pp. 27 1; v. 3, 3 l. 1592 pp. 29 1 Complete with the exception of the title of v. 3 The historie of Scotland was continued by Francis Thin, and that of England by John Stow, Abraham Fleming, etc.]

The same. The castrations of the last edition of Holinshed's chronicle, both in the scotch and english parts, containing fortyfour sheets. [Published by dr. Francis (?) Drake]. fol. London, W. Meares, 1723. Holland (Rev. Elihu G.) Memoir of rev. Joseph Badger. 4th ed. 473 pp. 1 portrait. 120. New York, C. S. Francis & co. 1854. Holland (Sir Henry). Recollections of past New York, D. Apple

life. x, 351 pp.

ton & co. 1872..


418 PP.

The male generative organs, in health and disease, from infancy to old age. 120th ed. 467 pp. 3 pl. 16°. New York, T, W. Strong, [1848]?

The marriage guide, or natural history of generation. 200th ed. 483 pp. 4 pl. 16o. New York, T. W. Strong, [1860]?

The matron's manual of midwifery, and the diseases of women during pregnancy and in childbed. 47th ed. xii, 469 pp. 3


160. New York, T. W. Strong, [1848]? A popular treatise on venereal diseases, in all their forms, embracing their history and probable origin; and the best modes of treating them. 413 pp. 6 pl. 16°. New York, T. W. Strong, [1852]. Hollingbery (William). A history of his late highness Nizam Alee Khaun, soobah of the Dekhan. With an appendix. [xc], 73, 38 pp. 21. 40. Calcutta, J. Greenway, 1805. Hollingworth (R.) Mancuniensis; or, an history of the towne of Manchester, and what is most memorable concerning it. 126 pp. 1 map. 160. Manchester, W. Willis, 1839. Hollis or Holles (Denzil, lord). Memoirs of Denzil lord Holles, from the year 1641, to 1648. [1st ed.] xvi, 214 pp.9 1. London, T. Goodwin, 1699.


generalizations of geometrical demonstra-. tions in planes, solids, and spherics. iv, 243 pp. 120. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co. 1865.

Holland (Josiah Gilbert). The bay-path; a tale of New England colonial life. 120. New York, G. C. Putnam, 1857. Letters to the Joneses. By Timothy Holloway (Henry H.) Mental geometry, or Titcomb. [pseudon.] 347 pp. 12°. New York, C. Scribner, 1863. Hollandsche oprechtigheid, tegen de Engelse redenloose onrechtveerdigheid. Bewezen en verhandeld in een t'zamenspraak; waar in ook vertoond is de engelscher trouweloosheid, moorderijen [etc.] in Guinea. [anon.] 2 v. in 1. 40 pp; 4 p. 1. 32 pp. sm. 4°. Amsterdam, J. Van Dalen, 1665. Hollar (Wenzel). The kingdome of England,

& principality of Wales, exactly described whith euery sheere, & the small townes in euery one of them, in six mappes, portable for every man's pocket. 11.6 maps. obl. 8°. London, J. Garrett, [1644].

Hollard (Henri). A manual of general anatomy. See Bayle (Antoine-Laurent-Jessé)

Locomotive boilers of
See Colburn (Zerah)

and Hollard. Holley (Alexander L.) european railways. and Holley. Hollick (Frederick, m. d.)

The diseases of woman, their causes and cure familiarly explained, etc. 103rd ed. 466 pp. 3 pl. 16°. New York, T. W. Strong, [1855]?

Holloway (W. R.) Indianapolis. A histori-
cal and statistical sketch of the railroad city,
a chronicle of its social, municipal, commer-
cial, and manufacturing progress, with full
statistical tables. viii, 390 pp. 24 pl. I map.
80. Indianapolis journal print, 1870.
Holly (H. Hudson). Church architecture. Il-
lustrated with thirty-five lithographic plates,
from original designs. I illumin. title, 258
pp. 40. Hartford, (Conn.) M. H. Mallory &
co. 1871.

Holmes (Abiel, d. d.) A sermon preached at
Cambridge, Dec. 29, 1799, [on] the death of
George Washington. 22 pp. 8°. Boston,
S. Hall, 1800.

[HAZARD pamphlets, v. 64].

Holmes (George). Sketches of some of the southern counties of Ireland, collected during a tour in the autumn, 1797. viii, 210 pp. 1 1. 7 pl. 8°. London, Longman & Rees, [etc.] 1801.



87 pp.

Holmes (George F. ll. d.) A grammar of the | Holstein (Lucas). De vita & scriptis Porenglish language. 1 p. 1. 246 pp. 120. New 16o. York, University publishing co. [1871.]

The southern elementary spelling book. For schools and families. Prepared under the supervision of prof. Geo. F. Holmes, ll. d. 150 pp. 120. New York, Richardson & co. 1866.

The southern pictorial primer, or first reader. 60 pp. 16°. New York, Richardson & co. 1866.

The southern pictorial third reader. For schools and families. Prepared under the supervision of prof. G. F. Holmes. 168 pp. 120. New York, Richardson & co. 1866. Holmes (Rev. James Ivory). The revelation of saint John elucidated. See Bible. (English). Holmes (Mrs. Mary J.) Darkness and daylight. A novel. 384 pp. 12o. New York, Carleton, 1864.

Edna Browning; or, the Leighton homestead. A novel. 423 pp. 16°. New

York, G. W. Carleton & co. 1872.

The english orphans; or, a home in the new world. 331 pp. 12°. New York, D. Appleton & co. 1855.

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Miller, Orton & Mulligan, 1857. Hugh Worthington. Of a novel. pp. 120. New York, Carleton, 1865. Marian Grey; or, the heiress of Redstone hall. 400 pp. 12°. New York, Carleton, 1863.

Millbank; or, Roger Irving's ward. 402 pp. 120. New York, G. W. Carleton & co. 1871.

Holmes (Oliver Wendell, m. d.) Homœopathy and its kindred delusions; two lectures delivered before the Boston society for the diffusion of useful knowledge. v, 72 pp. 12°. Boston, W. D. Ticknor, 1842.

Mechanism in thought and morals. An address delivered before the Phi Beta Kappa society of Harvard university, June 29, 1870. With notes and afterthoughts. 101 pp. 160. Boston, J. R. Osgood & co. 1871. Soundings from the Atlantic. 3 p. 1. 12°. Boston, Ticknor & Fields,

468 pp. 1864.

Urania a rhymed lesson, [etc.] 32 pp. 80. Boston, W. D. Ticknor & co. 1846.

phyrii philosophi dissertatio.
Cantabrigia, G. Morden, 1655.

[With PORPHYRIUS. De abstinentia ab animalibus. necandis. Cantabrigiæ, 1655). Holstenius. See Holstein. Holtrop (Jan Willem). Monuments topographiques des Pays-Bas au quinzième siècle. Collection de fac-simile d'après les originaux conservés à la bibliothèque royale de La Haye et ailleurs. Publiée avec l'autorisation de son excellence le ministre de l'intérieur. xiii, 126 pp. 6 1.133 pl. 1 map. 40. La Haye, M. Nijhoff, 1857-68. Holwell (John). Catastrophe mundi; or, Europe's many mutations until the year, 1701. Being an astrological treatise of the effects of the triple conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter 1682 and 1683, [etc.] Wherein the fate of Europe for these next 20 years is more than probably conjectured. Also, an ephimeris of all the comets that have appeared from the year 1603, to 1682. [With] the hieroglyphicks of Nostrodamus. 2 p. 1.91 pp. 6 pl. 4°. London, author, 1682.

The same. An appendix to Holwel's Catastrophe mundi, being an astrological discourse of the rise, growth, and continuation of the Othoman family, with the nativities of the present french king, emperors of Germany and Turky. [With] a supliment of the judgment of comets. 4 p. 1. 40 pp. 4°. London, J. G. for F. Smith, 1683. [With his Catastrophe mundi. London, 1682]. Holyoake (George Jacob). Public speaking and debate. With an essay on sacred eloquence, by Henry Rogers. Revised, with introduction and notes, by L. D. Barrows, d. d. 2d ed. 234 pp. 12o. New York, Carlton & Porter, 1863. Holyoke (Hetty, pseudon.)

face or, the cousin's visit.

Never mind the iv, 9-211 pp.

4 pl. 16°. New York, C. Scribner, 1857. The surprise; or, Blanche and her friends. By Hetty Holyoke. [pseudon.] 168 pp. 6 pl. 180. Boston, Putnam & brother, 1856. Holywood (John)? Johannis de SacroBosco tractatus de arte numerandi. [Reprint]. 8°. [London, 1839].

[In HALLIWELL (James Orchard). Rara mathematica. 1839. pp. 1-26].

Homans (Isaac Smith). The coin book, comprising a history of coinage [by R. Mushet]; a synopsis of the mint laws of the United States; statistics of the coinage from 1792 to


Homans (Isaac Smith)-continued.

1870; list of current gold and silver coins, and their custom house values; a dictionary of all coins known in ancient and modern times, with their values; the gold and silver product of each state to 1870; list of works on coinage; the daily .price of gold from 1862 to 1871. With engravings of the principal coins. [anon.] 2 p. 1. 139, 5 pp. 33 pl. 8o. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co.

1872. Home (Daniel Douglas). viii, 374 pp.

life. v. 2.


Incidents in my
12°. [London,

Whittingham & Wilson], 1872.

Home (Henry, lord Kames).

An abridg

ment of elements of criticism. Edited by John Frost. 300 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Towar, J. & D. M. Hogan, 1831. Home games for the people: a collection of family amusements for the fireside, parlour, or picnic parties. For the use of the old and young. [anon.] 160 pp. 4 pl. sq. 16o. New York, P. J. Cozans, [1855].

Home (The) of the gileadite, and other tales.

161 pp. 1 pl. 180. Philadelphia, American sunday school union, [1841].

Homeri poetæ vitae. Όμηρου του ποιητου βιος. [Græce et latine. anon.] 8°. [Amstela dami, apud H. Wetstenium, 1688].

[In GALE (Thomas). Opuscula mythologica, physica et ethica. Amstelodami. pp. 281-404]. Homerus. Homeri Iliadis libri novem priores librique xviii. et xxii. Ex recensione C. G. Heyne. Cum notis brevibus, quas ex Heyne et aliis præcipue collegit, nonnullas adjecit E. Robinson. 352 pp. 8°. Catskill (N. Y.) N. Elliott, 1822.

The same. Homeri Ilias. Nova editio stereotypa iteratis curis castigata et expolita. 2 v. 1 1 p. 1. 301 pp. 1 1. 1 pl; 1 p. 1. 320 pp. 18. Lipsia, sumtibus et typis C. Tauchnitii, 1828.

The same. Όμηρου Ίλιας. Homeri Ilias, ex recensione C. G. Heynii; cum notis anglicis, curante J. D. Ogilby. iv, 415, 110 pp. 8°. Novi Eboraci, Collins & Hannay, 1832.

The same. Homer. His Iliads, translated, adorn'd with sculpture, and illustrated with annotations, by John Ogilby. 21 p. 1. 518 pp. 52 pl. fol. London, T. Roycroft, 1660.

The same. The first six books of Homer's Iliad, with english notes, a metric

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The same. Iliade di Omero, traduzione del cav. Vincenzo Monti. 3 v. 8°. Firenze, L. Ciardetti, 1825.

His Odysses, translated, adorn'd with sculpture, and illustrated with annotations, by John Ogilby, esq. 2 p. 1. 358 pp. 24 pl. fol. London, J. Flesher for the authour, 1669. The same. The Odyssey of Homer translated into english blank verse, by Wil liam Cullen Bryant. 2 v. xi, 324 pp; v, 311 pp. 40. Boston, J. R. Osgood & co. 1871-72.

La batrachomyomachie, ou combat des rats et des grenouilles. 120. [Paris, 1841]. [IN MARTIN (Louis Aimé). Petits poëmes grecs. 1841. pp. 5-16].

Volgarizzamento dell'inno a Cerere, scoperto ultimamente e attribuito ad Omero. Si aggiunge un breve discorso sul gusto presente delle belle lettere in Italia [dar Ippolito Pindemonte]. xxiv, 188 pp. 8°. Bassano, G. Remondini, 1785.

[MOORE pamphlets, v. 104].

Homes of the west, and how they were made happy. By the author of "Johnny Wright," [etc. anon.] 288 pp. 1 pl. 180. Philadelphia, Presbyterian board of publication, [1864].

Homme (De l'). 1761. See Panckoucke
(Charles Joseph).

Homo versus Darwin: a judicial examination
of statements recently published by mr.
Darwin regarding "The descent of man.
[anon.] 155 pp. 12°. London, Hamilton,
Adams & co. [1871].

Homoeopathic (The) quarterly. A journal
devoted to the interests of pure homoeopathy.
Rollin H. Gregg, editor. Jan. to Oct. 1869.
v. 1. 8°. Buffalo, printing office of Mat-
thews & Warren, 1869.
Homolle (E.) and Quevenne (T. A.) Mé-
moire sur la digitaline et la digitale. 376
pp. 8°. Paris, G. Baillière, 1854.


[Archives de physiologie, no. 1]. Honoring God in the daily life of childhood. [anon.] 139 pp. 180. Philadelphia, Ameri can sunday school union, [1863]. Honorius augustodunensis. D. Honorii avgvstvdvnensis presbyteri libri septem. Antehac in lucem non editi. 23 p. 1. 474 pp. 191.

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