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[In GALE (Thomas). Opuscula mythologica, pp. 633-642].

Sedgwick (Catharine Maria). Life and letters of Catharine M. Sedgwick. Edited by Mary E. Dewey. 446 pp. 3 pl. 120. New York, Harper & brothers, 1871.

Rosanna; or scenes in Boston. A story. By the author of "Three experiments of living." [anon.] 134 pp. 160. Cambridge, J. Owen, 1839.

Tales, by the author of "Three experiments in living," [etc. anon.] viii, 337 Boston, Hilliard, Gray & co.

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On international re8°. London, Long

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[In CARMINA qvinqve Hetrvscorvm poetrvm, pp. 87114].

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Seiss (Joseph Augustus, d. d.) A book of forms for the use of christians in the sanctuary, the family, and the closet. 1 p. 1. 214 pp. 120. Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, 1860.

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Selden (Almira). Effusions of the heart, contained in a number of original poetical pieces, on various subjects. 152 pp. Bennington, [Vt.] D. Clark, 1820. Selden (John). Table-talk. With some account of the author. 160. Cambridge, [Ms.] Hilliard & Brown, 1831.

[LIBRARY of the old english prose writers, v. 2, pp. 89-294].

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SELLA.

Sella (Quintano). Relazione sulle condizioni
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Selwyn in search of a daughter, and other
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3 v,

SERLE.

Seneca (Lucius Annæus)-continued.
v. 5. De la tranquillité de l'âme.
De la vie heureuse.

Du loisir, ou de la retraite du sage.
Consolation à Helvia.

De la brièveté de la vie.

De la constance du sage.
Consolation à Polybe.

L'apocoloquintose, ou l'apothéose de l'empereur
Claude.

v. 6. Questions naturelles.

[Note. In the Bodleian catalogue, both these titles Senna Freitas or Sena Freitas (Bernardino

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2 v.

[ELEGANTIORES præstantium virorum satyræ, v. 1, part 2, pp. 214-233].

Medea: a tragedy. Octavia, a tragedy. Translated by C. A. Wheelwright. 120. London, 1811.

[WHEELWRIGHT (Rev. C. A.) Poems, original and
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v. 1].

Seneca's morals, by way of an abstract. [Also], a discourse under the title of An after thought. By sir Roger L'Estrange. 3d american ed. 368 pp. 16°. Boston, J. Bumstead, 1800.

[Imperfect: wanting part of title, table of contents, and plates].

The same. Revised edition. By Lucius V. Bierce. xvi, 378 pp. 129. Cleveland, O. A. B. & co. 1855.

Les œuvres de Sénèque, traduites en françois par La Grange; avec des notes de critique, d'histoire & de littérature. 6 v. 16°. Paris, De Bure, 1778.

v. 1-2. Les lettres.

v. 3. Des bienfaits.

CONTENTS.

v. 4. Consolation à Marcia.

De la colère,

De la clémence.

De la providence.

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SERLE.

Serle or Searle (Ambrose)-continued.
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CONTENTS.

v. 1. Personalia Mosis.

v. 2. Personalia Josuae.

v. 3. Personalia Samuelis.

v. 4. Personalia Esrae.

v. 5. Personalia Nehemiae.

v. 6. Personalia Mardochai und Esther.

v. 7. Personalia Jobi.

v. 8. Commentatores in psalmos Davidis.

v. 9. Personalia Davidis, [und, von David's psalmen]. v. 10. Fortsetzung der comentatorum in psalmos Davidis.

v. 11. Jeremia, oder umständige nachricht von dieses propheten lehre und leiden, leben und tod sammt einigen berühmten commentatoribus. Zur continuation der biblischen scribenten.

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SEYD.

Seward (Anna). Memoirs of the life of dr. [Erasmus] Darwin, chiefly during his residence in Lichfield, with anecdotes of his friends, and criticisms on his writings. xii, 313 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, classic press, for W. Poyntell & co. 1804.

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Seymours (The). By the author of "The
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The poems of William Shakespeare ; including Venus and Adonis, The rape of Lucrece, Passionate pilgrim, A lover's complaint, sonnets, &c. 182 pp. 180. Hartford, S. Andrus & son, 1852.

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Shakespeare's comedy of the Tempest. Edited, with notes, by William J. Rolfe. 148 pp. 160. New York, Harper & brothers, 1871.

Shakespeare's history of king Henry the eighth. Edited, with notes, by William J. Rolfe. 210 pp. sq. 16°. New York, Harper & brothers, 1872. Shakespeare's tragedy of Julius Caesar. Edited, with notes, by W. J. Rolfe. 189 pp. sq. 160. New York, Harper & brothers, 1872.

The same. Julius Caesar. Für den schulgebrauch erklärt von dr. L. Riechelmann. vii, 123 pp. 8°. Leipzig, B. G. Teubner, 1867.

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SHEAHAN.

Shakspeare laconies. A selection of pithy
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Shaksperian anthology: comprising the
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Shaw (George, m. d.) Cimelia physica. Fig-
ures of rare and curious quadrupeds, birds,
&c. together with several of the most elegant
plants. Engraved and coloured from the
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Sheahan (J. W.) and Upton (G. P.)—cont'd. | Shepherd (Thomas James). The days that

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