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Welford (Richard Griffiths, editor). The influences of the game laws; classified extracts from the evidence taken before a select committee of the house of commons on the game laws, and introductory remarks, by R. G. Welford. With an appendix, and an address to the tenant farmers of Great Britain, by John Bright, m. p. 429, lxxi pp. 8°. London, R. Groombridge & sons, 1846.

Well bred (The) girl. An addition to the hints on good manners contained in the Well bred boy. [anon.] 131 pp. 1 pl. 180. Boston, W. Crosby & co. 1841, IV.

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The young gentleman's arithmetick, and geometry. 2 v. in 1. 12 p. 1. 294 pp. 13 pl. 8°. London, J. Knapton, 1713.

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Wells (William). The heroine of the White Nile; or, what a woman did and dared. A sketch of the remarkable travels and experiences of miss Alexandrine Tinné. 207 pp. 16°. New York, Carlton & Lanahan, [1871].


Welsh (Lewis G.) A practical guide to business; a handbook for the american farmer, merchant, mechanic, investor, and all concerned in earning or saving money. 426 pp. 1 pl. 120. Philadelphia, J. G. Fergus & co. 1872.

Welsted (Leonard). The works in verse and prose, of L. Welsted. Now first collected, with historical notes, and biographical memoirs of the author, by John Nichols. xxxii, 513 pp. 8°. London, editor, 1787.


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A dissertation on the perfection of the english language. A discourse to sir Robert Walpole, [containing] proposals for translating the whole works of Horace, with a specimen, etc.

The dissembled wanton: a comedy.

A translation of Longinus' treatise concerning the sublime.

The scheme and conduct of providence, from the creation to the Messiah.


Weltmeer (Das). Redigirt von K. J. Clement und Georg Blum. [Wöchentlich]. 1er jahrgang. März 31, 1860-märz 23, 1861. Hamburg, Blum & Ackermann, 1860–61.s. Welton (Richard, d. d.) The substance of christian faith and practice: represented in eighteen practical discourses, preached some time in the parish-church of S. Mary Whitechappel. xv, 478 pp. 1 portrait. 89. London, author, 1724. Welwood (Andrew). Meditations, representing a glimpse of glory; or, a gospel discovery of Emmanuel's land. [Also], a spiritual hymn, intituled, The dying saint's song; and some of his last letters. 283 pp. 169. Edinburgh, T. Maccliesh & co. for J. Ogle, 1797.

Wendeborn (Gebhard Friedrich August, ll. d.) A view of England towards the close of the eighteenth century. Translated from the german, by the author himself. 2 v. 442 pp; iv, 488 pp. 80. London, G. G. J. & J. Robinson, 1791.


The same. 2 v. xii, 316 pp; vi, 347 pp. 120. Dublin, W. Sleater, for P. Wogan, [etc.] 1791. Weninger (Francis Xavier, d. d.) Protestantism and infidelity. An appeal to candid Americans. xv, 329 pp. 120. New York, Sadlier & co. 1862.

The same. 3d ed. xv, 341 pp. 129. New York, Sadlier & co. 1862. Wentworth-Fitzwilliam (William, viscount Milton). Sce Fitzwilliam. Wentz (Sara A.) Smiles and frowns. 376 pp. 129. New York, D. Appleton & co. 1857.



Wepf (Rev. Lewis). The church of God and West (Thomas, s. j. 1716–1779). The anher adversaries; or, the revelation of John explained. xv, 423 pp. 120. Chicago, Lakeside publishing co. 1871.

Wernsdorf (Gottlieb). Dissertatio de Phila vita, ætate et scriptis. 8°. Lipsiae, 1768. [In PHILE (Manuel). Manvelis Philæ carmina græca. p. 1. 4-16. Lipsia, 1768].

Wertmuller (Joris). Missive uyt German town in Pensilvania. [Den 16 maart 1684]. 1 1. sm. 4o. Rotterdam, P. van Alphen, 1684].

[In TWEE missiven geschreven uyt Pensilvania]. Wesley (Rev. John). Primitive physic: or, an easy and natural method of curing most diseases. 23d ed. 103 pp. 41. 160. Philadelphia, P. Hall, 1793.

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Western (The) harp; a collection of social and revival hymns. [anon.] 272 pp. 180. St. Louis, Mo. Methodist book depository, 1855.

The same. 26th ed. corrected. 104 pp. 160. New-York, J. C. Totten, for the Western (The) monthly. Jan. 1869, to Dec. 8°. Chicago, Reed, Browne methodist episcopal church, 1804.

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A short account of the life and death of the rev. John Fletcher. [Also], an additional account of that truly great and venerable man: by the rev. Joshua Gilpin. 276 pp. 16o. New-York, E. Cooper & J. Wilson, 1805.

Wesley his own historian. Illustrations of his character, labors, and achievments. From his own diaries. By rev. Edwin L. Janes. 464 pp. 12°. New York, Carlton & Lanahan, 1870. Wesley (Rev. Samuel, d. 1735). The battle of the sexes: a poem. [anon.] 2d ed. xiv, 32 pp. 8°. London, J. Brotherton, 1724. Wesley and his friends; illustrating the religious spirit of their times. By the author of "Towers of Zion," [etc. anon.] 196 pp. 6 pl. 1 portrait. 180. Philadelphia, American sunday school union, 1856.

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West (Mrs. Jane). Letters addressed to a young man, on his first entrance into life, and adapted to the peculiar circumstances of the present times. 2 v. in 1. 208 pp; 160 pp. 120. Charlestown, [Ms.] S. Etheridge for S. H. Parker, 1803.

West (Stephen, d. d.) The scripture doctrine

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[Name changed to The LAKESIDE monthly]. Western side; or, lights and shadows of a western parish. By a minister's wife. [anon.] 327 pp. 180. Philadelphia, American baptist publication society, [1853]. West India (The) boys. By the author of "Miss Katy's little maid. " [anon.] 143 pp. 180. Philadelphia, American sunday school union, 1863.

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Extract uyt den brief vande politijcque raeden in Brasil, aende heeren ghecommitteerden ter vergaderinge den negenthiene vande west-indische compagnie, over de veroveringe vande stadt Philippia nu Frederickstadt. b. l. 21. sm.4°. Graven-Haghe, weduwe van H. J. van Wouw, 1635.

Reglement byde west indische compagnie, ter vergaderinge van de negentiene, [etc.] over het openstellen vanden handel 4 1. op Brasil provisioneel ghearresteert. sm. 40. Graven-Haghe, weduwe van H. I. van Wouw, 1638.

Remonstrantie aen de staten generael der Vereenighde Nederlanden: overgegeven den. . . juny 1664. By de heeren de bewint-hebberen van de west-indische compagnie der Vereenighde Nederlanden. Op


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Westmacott (Charles). Points of misery;
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Weston (Stephen). The englishman abroad.
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Fragments of oriental literature, with an outline of a painting on a curious chinavase. xxvii, 149 pp. 1 1. 1 pl. 8°. London, author, 1807.

West-Zanen (Willem van). Derde voornaemste zee-getogt (der verbondene vrye Nederlanderen) na de Oost-Indien: gedaan met de achinsche en moluksche vloten, onder de ammiralen Iacob Heemskerk, en Wolfert Harmansz. 1601-03. Vermeerdert door H. Soete-Boom. 4 p. 1. 30 1. 1 map, 11 pl. (8 in text). sm. 40. Sanerdam, H. J. Zoet, 1648.

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Wettengel (Friederich Traugott). Anlei-
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student's portfolio. 186 pp. 4 pl. 120. Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger, 1872.

What Catharine did, and what came of it.
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What is to become of the churches? or, a
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J. R.

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Success and its conditions. vi, 333 pp. 16°. Boston, J. R. Osgood & co. 1871. Whistling Horace. [anon.] 168 pp. 2 pl. 180. Boston, A. F. Graves, [1869]. Whiston (Rev. William). The accomplishment of scripture prophecies. Eight sermons preached in 1707. With an appendix. To which is subjoin'd, a dissertation to prove that our saviour ascended into heaven on the evening after his resurrection. Revised


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[BOYLE lectures, v. 2, pp. 259-348]. Whitaker (Rev. John). The ancient cathedral of Cornwall, historically surveyed. 2 v. 2 p. l. 348 pp. 1 pl; 3 p. 1. 434 pp. 1 pl. 40. London, J. Stockdale, 1804.

The genuine history of the Britons asserted against mr. Macpherson. 2d ed. corrected. 2 p. 1. 313 pp. 8°. London, J. Murray, 1773. Whitaker (Joseph). An almanack for the year of our lord 1872, containing an account of the usual astronomical and other phenomena: also a large amount of information respecting the government [etc.] 322 pp. 16°. London, J. Whitaker, [1871]. Whitaker (Thomas Dunham). Ducatus leodiensis: or, the [history and topography of the town & parish of Leeds and parts adjacent, including the second edition of the whole of Ralph Thoresby's Ducatus leodien- | sis, with notes and additions]. 3 v. in 2. 3 p. 1. xvii, xvii, 268 pp; 1 p. 1. 123, 159, 12 pp. 21 pl. 1 portrait; 3 p. 1. 404, 80 pp. 1 1. 68 pl. 1 portrait. fol. Leeds, Robinson, son, & Holdsworth, 1816. Whitbourne (Richard). A discourse containing a loving invitation both honourable, and profitable to all such as shall be aduenturers, either in person, or purse, for the aduancement of his maiesties most hopefull plantation in the Nevv-found-land, lately vndertaken. 4 p. 1. 46 pp. sm. 4°. London, Felix Kyngston, 1622.

White (Alexina B.) Little-folk songs. vi, 94 pp. sm. 40. New York, Hurd & Houghton, [1871]. White (Gen. Charles, b. 1793). The adventures of a king's page. By the author of “ Almack's revisited." [anon.] 3 v. 12°. London, H. Colburn, 1829. White (Henry Kirke). Clifton grove, a sketch in verse, with other poems. xiv, 111 pp. 16°. London, Vernor & Hood, 1803.

White (James). The king of the commons: a drama. By the author of "The earl of Gowrie." [anon.] 4 p. 1. 100 pp. 80. London, T. C. Newby, 1846. White (John J.) Arithmetic simplified: being a plain, practical system, adapted to the capacity of youth. xi, 348 pp. 120. Hartford, author, 1818.


White (Philip S.) and Pleasants (H. R.) The war of four thousand years; a history of the efforts made to suppress the vice of intemperance in all ages of the world; from the foundation of the class of Nazarites, by Moses, to the institution of the order of the Sons of temperance; with a full account of the origin, progress, and present prospects of the latter institution. 295 pp. Philadelphia, Griffith & Simon, 1846. White (Richard Grant). The chronicles of Gotham. By the author of "The new gospel of peace." [anon.] Book 1st & 2d. 2 v. 43 pp; 44-87 pp. 120. New York, G. W. Carleton & co. 1871-72.


The fall of man: or, the loves of the gorillas. A popular scientific lecture upon the darwinian theory of development by sexual selection. By a learned gorilla. Edited by the author of "The new gospel of peace." [anon.] 48 pp. 12°. New York, G. W. Carleton & co. 1871. White (Thomas, 1572-1676). Controversylogicke. Or the methode to come to truth in debates of religion. 238 pp. 180. [London]? 1659.

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White (The) chrysanthemum.

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Whitefield (Rev. George). A collection of hymns for social worship. 21st ed. 6 p. 1. 226 pp. 169. London, H. Cock, 1775. [With his work, A communion morning's companion. Imperfect: wanting all after p. 226]. A communion morning's companion. 6th ed. 1 p. 1. 140 pp. 1 1. 16°. London, H. Cock, 1772. Whitefoot (Rev. John). Death's alarum: a funeral sermon on the rt. rev. Joseph Hall, bishop of Norwich. 8°. London, L. B. Seeley & son, 1826.

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Smiles and tears: or, 3 V. 120. London,



Whitehead (George). The christian progress | Whiter (Rev. Walter)-continued.
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the association of ideas. vii, 258 pp. 11. 8°.
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Whiting (Samuel). Elegant lessons; or the young lady's preceptor: being a series of appropriate reading exercises, in prose and verse: carefully selected from the most approved authors. 276 pp. 120. Middletown, (Conn.) Clark & Lyman, 1820.

The same. Memoirs of George Whitehead; a minister of the gospel in the society of friends: the substance of the account of his life, written by himself, and published after his decease, in 1725, under the title of "His christian progress;" with a selection from his other works. Also introductory observations. By Samuel Tuke. 2 v. xxxvi, 23–295 pp; vi, 5–356 pp. 120. York, [Eng] Whitlock (Sir Bulstrode ).

W. Alexander & son, 1830.

Whitley (John, d. d.) The life everlasting :
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292 pp.


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Whitehead (John). Materialism philosophi-Whitman (Rev. Bernard). Village sermons: cally examined, or, the immateriality of the soul, asserted and proved, on philosophical principles; in answer to dr. Priestley's disquisitions on matter and spirit. 6 p. 1. vii, 178 pp. 8°. London, J. Phillips, 1778. Whitehurst (John). The works of John Whitehurst, with memoirs of his life and writings. [4 parts]. 2 p. 1. 20, xiii, 69 pp. 3 1. 283 pp. 10 pl. 1 portrait. 4o. London, W. Bent, 1792.


An attempt toward obtaining invariable measures of length, capacity, and weight, from the mensuration of time, independent of the mechanical operations requisite to ascertain the center of oscillation, or the true length of pendulums. 1 p. 1. 34 pp. 3 pl. Appendix to mr. Whitehurst's attempt toward obtaining an invariable measure, by the editor. 6 pp. Three papers, on different subjects, from the Philosophical transactions. 9 pp.

An inquiry into the original state and formation of
the earth. 3 p. 1. 283 pp. 7 pl.

Whitelocke (Sir Bulstrode). Essays eccle-
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Whiter (Rev. Walter). A dissertation on the
disorder of death; or that state called sus-
pended animation; in which it is recom-
mended that the same remedies of the resus-
citative process should be applied to cases of
natural death, as they are to cases of violent
death, drowning, etc. 1 p. 1. xiii, 480 pp. 1 1.
8°. London, author, 1819.

A specimen of a commentary on Shakspeare. Containing i. Notes on As you like it. ii. An attempt to explain and illustrate various passages, on a new principle of criticism, derived from mr. Locke's doctrine of

Young lady's aid, to usefulness and happiness. 216 pp. 180. Portland, S. H. Colesworthy, 1838. Whitman (William E. S.) The ship-carpenter's family. 399 pp. 120. New York, H. Long & brother, [1855].

Whitman (Zachariah G.) The history of the ancient and honorable artillery company, (revised and enlarged) from its formation in 1637 and charter in 1638, to the present time; comprising the biographies of the distinguished civil, literary, religious, and military men of the colony, province, and commonwealth. 2d ed. iv, 463 pp. 8°. Boston, J. H. Eastburn, 1842. Whitmarsh (Caroline Snowden) and Guild (A. E.) Hymns of the ages. First, second and third series. [anon.] 3 v. 120. Boston, Ticknor & Fields, 1861-65. Whitney (Mrs. Adeline D. Train). Patience Strong's outings. 233 pp. Boston, Loring, 1869. Real folks. iv, 308 pp. 8 pl. Boston, J. R. Osgood & co. 1872.



Zerub Throop's experiment. 146 pp. 16°. Boston, Loring, [1871]. Whitney (Rev. George H.) Hand-book of bible geography. With descriptive and historical notes. 401 pp. incl. 39 pl. 13 maps. 120. New York, Carlton & Lanahan, 1871.

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