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Shinn (Asa). On the benevolence and rectitude of the supreme being. 129. Baltimore, Book committee of the methodist protestant church, 1840. Shinn (Joshua). The new Ohio arithmetic. 252 pp. 180. New-Garden, [O.] author, 1828. Shirley (Henry). The martyr'd souldier: as it was acted at the private house in Drury lane, and at other publicke theaters. 41 1. sm. 40. London, I. Okes, 1638. Shirreff (Emily). Thoughts on self-culture, addressed to women. See Grey (Mary G.) Shirrefs (Andrew). Poems, chiefly in the scottish dialect. xxviii, 13-365, 41 pp. 1 portrait. 8°. Edinburgh, author, 1790. Shooting at a mark. A story for boys. [anon.] 194 pp. 4 pl. 180. New York, Carlton & Porter, [1864]. Short (A) account of the first settlement of the provinces of Virginia, Maryland, NewYork, New-Jersey, and Pensylvania, by the English. To which is annexed a map of Maryland, and also of the adjacent country, anno 1630. [anon.] 22 pp.1 map. sm. 40. London, 1735.

Short stories from the lives of remarkable women, being narratives of fact to correct fiction, as related to her children. By a mother. [anon.] Eng. title, 186 rp. 9 pl. 16°. New York, J. Miller, 1861. Showman's (The) rail-road guide. 172 pp. 2 col. pl. 160°. Chicago, A. W. Hall & co. 1871.

Shrady (George F. m. d. editor). Medical (The) record.

212 pp.

Shumway (Nehemiah). The american harmony: containing the rules of singing; with a collection of psalm tunes, hymns, and anthems. obl. 8. Philadelphia, J. M'Culloch, 1793. Shurtleff (J. B.) The governmental instructor, a brief and comprehensive view of the government of the United States, and of the state governments. 3d revised ed. corrected by David N. Camp. 193 pp. 120. New York, Collins & brother, [1871]. Shurtleff (Nathaniel Bradstreet, m. d.) A topographical and historical description of Boston. 1 p. l. ix, 720 pp.1 map. 80. Boston, printed by request of the city council, 1871.


Shute (Robert L.) The artists, painters, and glass stainers' coats of arms and monogram book, showing eight hundred designs, counting each alphabet one design only. 4 p. 1.93 pp. 89. New York, R. L. Shute, 1871. Shutte (Rev. Reginald Neale). Better days. A tale. 2 v. viii, 325 pp; 2 p. 1. 291 pp. 129. London, Saunders, Otley & co. 1862.

Sibbald (Sir Robert, m. d.) The autobiography of sir R. Sibbald: to which is prefixed some account of his mss. 44 pp. 8°. Edinburgh, T. Stevenson, 1833. Sibyle (La) gauloise. 1775. See La Dixmerie (Nicolas Bricaire de). Sibyllina oracula de græco in latinvm conversa, et in eadem annotationes, Sebastiano Castalione [Châteillon] interprete. 4 p. l. 104 pp. 22 1. 4°. Helmestadi, 1673. [With CLASEN (Daniel). De oraculis gentilium]. Sicard (François). Atlas de l'histoire des institutions militaires des Français. 1 p. 1. ix, 20 l. pp. 200 pl. 8°. Paris, J. Corréard jeune, 1834.

Siden (Captain Thomas, pseudon.) The history of the Sevarites or Sevarambi. See Vairasse d'Allais (Denis).

Sidney (Charles and Ambrose). The Sidney anecdotes: selected from history, ancient and modern, and other authentic sources. 3 p. 1. 172 pp. 2 1. 10 pl. 180. London, W. J. Sears, 1830.

Sidney (Sir Philip). The defence of poesy.

With some account of the author. 1,88 pp. 16°. Cambridge, [ Mass.] Hilliard & Brown, 1831.

[LIBRARY of the old english prose writers. Cambridge, 1831. v. 2).

Sidonius Apollinaris (Caius Sollius). Opcra. Io. Savaro claromontensis, multo quam antea castigatius recognouit, et librum commentarium adiecit. xxii, 594 pp. 23 1. 206 pp. 61. 4°. Parisiis, ex oficina plantiniana, apud A. Perier, 1599. Siebenkees (Johann Philipp). The life of Bianca Capello, wife of Francesco de' Medici, grand-duke of Tuscany. Translated from the german original. By C. Ludger. 2 p. 1. xvii, xxx, 171,10 pp. 120. Liverpool, J. M'Creery, 1797. Siècle (Le) de Louis le grand. Avec Thémire. 1731. See Waleff (Blaise Henry de Corte, baron de).

Sieg (R. K.) The comrade. In four parts.

Part 1. Being a synopsis of all the laws of congress, orders of the war department,


Sieg (R. K.)-continued. [etc.] affecting the pay, bounty, and allowances of enlisted men. Part 2. Gives the pay and allowances of commissioned officers at the beginning of the war, and the changes since made. Part 3. Treats of pensions; also, the laws now in force concerning artificial limbs. Part 4. Relates to government lands, giving the rights of soldiers under existing laws, and full instructions how to obtain a title thereto. 168 pp. 8°. Toledo . (0.) Miller, Locke & co. 1871. Sigaud de la Fond (Jean René or Joseph Aignan). Dictionnaire des merveilles de la Par m. A. J. S. D. 2 v. 1 1 p. 1. iv, 493 pp; 1 p. 1. 476 pp. 21. 8°. Paris, 1781. Sigmond (George Gabriel). Tea; its effects, medicinal and moral. viii, 144 pp. London, Longman, 1839. Signal lights. [anon.] 333 pp. [anon.] 333 pp. 16°. New York, A. D. F. Randolph & co. [1871]. Sigonio (Carlo). Caroli Sigonii historiarvm de regno Italiæ libri quindecim. Eng. title, 3 p. 1.592 pp. fol. Venetiis, apud I. Zilet


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Consolation from natural religion. By M. T. Cicero. Rendered into english by Thomas Blacklock. 8°. [Edinburgh, J. Dickson, 1767].

[In BLACKLOCK (Thomas). Paraclesis. 1767. pp.


Note. This treatise, attributed by Sigonio to Cicero, was written by the former].

Sigourney (Mrs. Lydia Huntley). Examples from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. First series. 349 pp. 16o. New York, C. Scribner, 1857. Pocahontas, and other poems. Eng. title, 1 p. 1. 9-283 pp. 1 pl. 120. New York, Harper & brothers, 1841.

Poems; by the author of "Moral pieces in prose and verse." [anon.] 228 pp. 120. Boston, S. G. Goodrich, 1827.

Tales and essays for children. 128 128 pp. sq. 180. Hartford, F. J. Huntington, 1835. Silliman (Anna). The world's jubilee. 343 pp. 120. New York, M. W. Dodd, 1856. Silliman's journal. See American journal of science and arts. Silver (Rev. Abiel). Lectures on the symbolic character of the sacred scriptures. 286 pp. 120. New York, D. Appleton & co. 1863. Silver (The) tongue folio: a choice collection of organ music, from the great masters. [anon.] 2 p. 1. 105 pp. 4°. New York, E. P. Needham & son, 1871.


Silvestre de Sacy (Antoine Isaac). Principles of general grammar, proper to serve as an introduction to the study of languages. Translated by D. Fosdick, jun. 1st am. from the 5th french ed. 156 pp. 120. Andover, Flagg, Gould & Newman, 1834. Simeon (Rev. Charles). The excellency of the liturgy, in four discourses, preached before the university of Cambridge, in November, 1811. Also, [four] university sermons. 268 pp. 16°. New-York, Eastburn, Kirk, & co. 1813. Simmonds (P. L. editor). See Journal (The) of applied science.


Simmons (Charles). A scripture manual, alphabetically and systematically arranged, designed to facilitate the finding of proof texts. Stereotype ed. 551 pp. 129. York, M. W. Dodd, 1845. Simmons (James P.) War in heaven. A disquisition, biblical and rational, concerning angels, devils, and men, and the creation, fall and redemption of the human soul. 314 pp. 80. Cincinnati, R. Clarke & co. 1871. Simms (William Gilmore). Areytos; or songs and ballads of the south, with other poems. xvi, 5-416 pp. 120. Charleston, S. C., Russell & Jones, 1860.

Confession; or, the blind heart. A domestic story. By the author of "The kinsmen," [etc. anon.] 2 v. 251 pp; 1 p.1. 13-257 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Lea & Blanchard, 1841.

The damsel of Darien. By the author 3 of "The Yemasse," [etc. anon.] 2 v. p.1.13-308 pp; 281 pp. 120. Philadelphia, Lea & Blanchard, 1839.

Pelayo or, the cavern of Covadonga. A romance, [in verse]. By Isabel. [pseudon.] xxiii, 204 pp. 120. New York, Harper & brothers, 1836.

Southern passages and pictures. By the author of "Atalantis," [etc. anon.] ix, 228 pp. 120. New York, G. Adlard, 1839. Simon (Jules François). Etudes sur la théodicée de Platon et d'Aristote. vii, 260 pp. 8°. Paris, Joubert, 1840. Simon (Menno). See Menno Simons. Simon (Richard). Histoire de l'origine & du progrès des revenus ecclésiastiques. Par Jérôme Acosta. [pseudon.] 10 p. 1. 386 pp. 160. Francfort, F. Arnaud, 1703. Simonde de Sismondi. See Sismondi. Simonds (S. D.) See Living (The) way.



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Simonds (William). The boy's book of mor- Sinnett (Frederick)-continued.
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The boy's own guide to good principles,
habits and manners. 406 pp. 1 pl.
Boston, Mass. sabbath school society, [1853].
Ella; or, turning over a new leaf. By
Walter Aimwell. [pseudon.] 281 pp. 160.
Boston, Gould & Lincoln, 1855.
[AIMWELL stories, v. 3].
Simonds (William Edgar).

Practical suggestions on the sale of patents, with forms of assignment, license, contract, power of attorney to sell, rights, &c. with hints upon invention. 107 pp. sm. 40. Hartford (Conn.) author, 1871.

Simons (M. Laird). Die illustrirte familien-
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The same. Pictorial home bible. 1871.
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Simple (Sam, pseudon.) See Wilburn
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Simpson (Stephen). The lives of George
Washington and Thomas Jefferson: with a
parallel. vi, 389 pp. 1 portrait. 12. Phila-
delphia, H. Young, 1833.

Simpson (S. S.) Aunt Sophie's stories. A
christmas and birthday gift, for our children.
By S. S. S. [anon] 80 pp.1 pl. sq. 160.
Boston, O. Clapp, 1859.

Two hundred years ago; or, a brief
history of Cambridgeport and East Cam-
bridge, with notices of some of the early set-
tlers. By S. S. S. [anon.] 111 pp. 1 pl.
sq. 180. Boston, O. Clapp, 1859.
Sims (T.) The life of John Frederic Oberlin,
pastor of Waldbach, in the Ban de la Roche.
140 pp. 2 pl. 120. Philadelphia, American
sunday school union, 1830.
Sincerus (Jodocus). See Zingerling (Just).
Sinclair (Catherine). Scotch courtiers, and
the court. [A poem]. 2 p. 1. 121 pp. 8°.
Edinburgh, W. Whyte & co. 1842.
Siniscalchi (Liborio). The meditations of
st. Ignatius; or, the "spiritual exercises "
expounded. Translated from the italian and
revised by a catholic clergyman. 429 pp.
120. Philadelphia, P. F. Cunningham, 1862.
Sinnett (Frederick). Sinnett's picture of
Paris, a retrospective historical sketch of the
rise and progress of the city; notices of the
various routes from the coast to the capital.
With a concise account of Versailles, Fon-

tainebleau, St. Cloud, St. Denis, Neuilly, and other places in the environs. iv, 288 pp. 1 pl. I map. 8°. London, J. Masters, 1847. Sinnett (Mrs. Percy). A story about a christmas in the olden time. 2 p. 1. 138 pp. 4 col. pl. 16°. London, Chapman & Hall, [1848]. Sins of the tongue; or, truth is everything. [anon.] 160 pp. 18°. Philadelphia, American sunday school union, [1853].

Sir Gyles Goosecappe, knight. A comedie presented by the chil: of the chappell. [anon. 1st ed.] 38 1. sm. 4o. London, Edward Blunt, 1606.

Sir Thomas More, a tragedy. See Hurdis (Rev. James).

Sismondi (Jean Charles Léonard Simonde de). Études sur l'économie politique. 2 v. xi, 470; 489 pp. 8°. Paris, Treuttel et Würtz, 1837-38.

Sisters (The) of Orleans: a tale of race and

social conflict. [anon.] 341 pp. 120.

New York, G. P. Putnam & sons, 1871.
Six boys; a mother's story, as told by some

extracts from her journal. [anon.] 1 p.l.
339 pp. 3 pl. 160. Boston, Hurd & Hough-
ton, 1871.

Skates (The). By the author of "The best
friend," [etc. anon.] 186 pp. 3 pl. 18°.
Boston, Mass. sabbath school society. [1862].
Skeats (Herbert S.) A history of the free

churches of England, from a. d. 1688-a. d.
1851. 2d ed. xvi, 638 pp. 8°. London,
A. Miall, 1869.

Skene (George). Donald Bane: an heroic

poem. viii, 111 pp. 169. London, G. G. & J. Robinson, 1796. Sketches and incidents; or, a budget from the saddle-bags of a superannuated itinerant. [anon.] 166 pp. 180. New-York, G. Lane Sketches in Bedlam; characteristic traits of & P. P. Sandford, 1844. insanity, as displayed in the cases of one hundred and forty patients of both sexes, confined in New Bethlem. By a constant observer. [anon.] x1, 312 pp. 8°. London, Sherwood, Jones & co. 1823. Sketches of Newport and its vicinity; with notices respecting the history, settlement and geography of Rhode Island. [anon.] 213 pp. 5 pl. 80. New York, J. S. Taylor & co. 1842. Sketches of obscure poets, with specimens of their writings. [anon.] xv, 208 pp. 169. London, Cochrane & McCrone, 1833.



Sketches of Paris. 1838. See Sanderson Sleidan (Johann Philippson, known as). A (John).

Sketches of Persia, from the journals of a
traveller in the east. See Malcolm (Sir

Sketches of the rev. Richard Cecil, with anec-
dotes of his life, and fragments from his writ-
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Skinner (Rev. George). New translation of
Proverbs. 1831. See Bible. (English).
Skinner (Rev. I. L.) A key to the gospels:
being a compendious exposition of the prin-
cipal things contained in them. 276 pp. 2 1.
120. Washington, W. Greer, 1831.
Skinner (Rev. John). Songs and poems.
With a sketch of his life, by H. G. Reid.
xxxvi, 98 pp. 16°. Peterhead, [Scotland],
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Skinner (Thomas Harvey, d. d.) Essay, [on
patriotism and christianity]. 120. [New
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[In CHEEVER (Rev. George B.) God's hand in America, pp. 5-20]. Skrine (Henry). Two successive tours throughout the whole of Wales, with several of the adjacent english counties. 2d ed. with additions. xii, 280 pp. 1 map. 89. London, T. Turner, 1812.

Slade (John). Narrative of the late proceed-
ings and events in China. 1 p. l. vi, 183, 75
pp. 80. China, Canton Register press, 1839.
Slaney (Robert A.) Essay on the beneficial
direction of rural expenditure. viii, 239 PP.
16°. London, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme,
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Slate (Rev. Richard). Life of the rev. John
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Memoirs of the rev. Nathaniel Heywood, minister of the gospel at Ormskirk, in Lancashire. 8. Idle, editor, 1827.

[In HEYWOOD (Rev. Oliver). The whole works, v. 1, pp. 445-514].

Memoirs of the rev. Oliver Heywood, chiefly extracted from his diary and other unpublished manuscripts. Also, memoirs of the rev. Nathaniel Heywood, vicar of Ormskirk, [by sir H. Ashhurst], and of the rev. John Angier, of Benton: with notices of others. The whole revised, by the editor of mr. O. Heywood's works. v. 1, xi, 608 1 pp. 1 portrait. 8°. Idle, J. Vint for editor, 1827.

famovse cronicle of oure time, called Sleidanes commentaries, concerning the state of religion and commonwealth, during the raigne of the emperour Charles the fift. Translated out of latin into englishe by Ihon Daus. b.l. 5 p. 1. cccclxx 1. 17 1. unp. fol. London, I. Daye for A. Feale, 1560.

The key of historie. Or, a most me-
thodical abridgement of the foure chiefe
monarchies, Babylon, Persia, Greece, and
Rome. [With] a marginall chronologie of
euery roman emperors raigne, and of all
the most memorable persons and accidents.
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Sleigh (William). A practical dictionary,
containing concise, yet comprehensive
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Sleigh (William W.) The christian's defens-
ive dictionary. Being an alphabetical refu-
tation of the general objections to the bible.
438 pp.
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Slender (Robert, pseudon.) See Freneau

Slicer (Rev. Henry). An appeal to the can-
did of all denominations: in which the ob-
ligation, subjects, and mode of baptism are
discussed. 3d ed. revised by the editor. 262
pp. 18°. New York, G. Lane, 1841.
Sloan (Samuel, architect). City homes, coun-
try houses and church architecture, or the
American builders' journal. 792 pp. 8°.
Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger,

[Note.-The same as The architectural review, and
American builders' journal, 1868-69, v. i, but is
without index].

Sloane (J. R. W. d. d.) The spirit in which we should engage in the act of covenanting. 12°. [Pittsburgh, 1872].


[In REFORMED presbyterian church in North AmeriMemorial volume, pp. 73-80]. Selected Sloman (Jane). The melodist. gems from celebrated composers, with an accompaniment for the piano-forte. 112 pp. obl. 4°. New York, W. Hall & son, [1850]. s. Small (J. m. d.) An inquiry into the nature and character of ancient and modern slavery. To which is added a brief review of a book entitled, Testimony of God against slavery, by rev. La Roy Sunderland. 2 p. 1. 123 pp. 12°. [n.p.] 1836.



Smarius (Rev. C. F. s. j.) Points of contro- Smith (Mrs. Caroline L.) The american

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Smart (Moses M.) A brief view of christian doctrine. 330 pp. 160. Lowell, N. L. Dayton, 1843.

Smellie (William). Literary and characteristical lives of John Gregory, m. d. Henry Home, lord Kames, David Hume, and Adam Smith, 11. d. To which are added a dissertation on public spirit; and three essays. ix, 450 pp. 8°. Edinburgh, A. Smellie, [etc.] 1800.

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Character. 9th thousand. viii, 328 pp. 129. London, J. Murray, 1872. Smiles for all seasons: forming a collection of parlour poetry, and drawing-room drollery. [anon.] 2d ed. xii, 226 pp. 1 front. 120. London, Baldwin, Cradock & Joy, 1825. Smiley (Thomas T.) An easy introduction to the study of geography on an improved plan. 7th ed. improved. Philadelphia, author, 1830. The same. 22d ed. improved. 252 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, Grigg & Elliot, 1834.

256 pp.


The United States speaker; consisting of a choice collection of pieces. 240 pp. 129. Philadelphia, J. Grigg, 1831.

Smith (Rev. Asa Dodge). Memoir of mrs. Louisa Adams Leavitt; comprised in a sermon occasioned by her death, and a supplementary sketch. 156 pp. 180. New York, J. F. Trow, 1843.

Smith (Augustus). Constitutional reflections on the present aspects of parliamentary government. 120 pp. 8°. London, E. Stanford, 1866.

Smith (A. P.) History of the seventy-sixth regiment New York volunteers; what it endured and accomplished. 429 pp. 1 portrait. 80. Cortland (N. Y.) publisher, 1867. Smith (Benjamin). Poems, moral and religious. 128 pp. 129. Pittsburgh, 1842. Smith (B. M. d. d. prof. Union theol. sem. Va.) Family religion, or the domestic relations as regulated by christian principles. A prize essay. 210 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Presbyterian board of publication, [1859].

home book of in-door games, amusements, and occupations. x, 330 pp. 3 pl. 16°. Boston, Lee & Shepard, 1872.

Smith (Rev. Charles John). Synonyms discriminated. A complete catalogue of synonymous words in the english language, with descriptions of their various shades of meauing, and illustrations of their usages and specialities. Illustrated by quotations from standard writers. 3 p. 1. 610 pp. So. London, Bell & Daldy, 1871. Smith (Charlotte Turner). orphan of the castle. 3 v. phia, J. Conrad & co. 1802. Smith (Rev. Daniel). The destruction of Jerusalem; abridged from the history of the jewish wars, etc. 1840. See Josephus (Flavius).

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The life of Hezekiah. 77 pp. New-York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1840. The life of John the baptist. 103 pp. 1 pl. 18°. New-York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1840. The life of Jonah. 80 80 pp. 180. New York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1840. The life of Joshua. 200 pp 1 map. New York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1840. The life of Moses. 224 pp. 7 pl. 180. New-York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1839.


The life of Samson. 94 pp. 180. New York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1840.

The life of st. Paul. 175 pp. 1 pl. 180. New York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1839.

The life of st. Peter. 132 pp. 1 pl. 180. New-York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1840.

The life of the apostle John. 222 pp. 1 map. 180. New York, T. Mason & G. Lane, 1840,

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