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The same. viii, 152 pp. 12 pl. 120. Boston, Hilliard, Gray, Little & Wilkins, 1832.

The same. Stereotype ed. viii, 152 pp. 15 pl. 120. Boston, Hilliard, Gray & co. 1836. Willard (Clara A.) Fifty years ago. A story of New England life. 321 pp. 12°. New York, A. D. F. Randolph, [1871]. Willard (H. A.) A treatise on american butter factories, and butter manufacture. Published by the Wisconsin state agricultural society. 2 p. 1. 85 pp. 8°. Madison, Wis. Atwood & Culver, 1871.

Willard (Rev. Samuel, vice-president of Harvard college). A compleat body of divinity in two hundred and fifty expository lectures on the assembly's shorter catechism. Prefac'd by the pastors of the same church. [South church, Boston]. 1 p. 1. iv, 6, 914 pp. 1 1. fol. Boston, B. Eliot and D. Henchman, 1776.

Some brief sacramental meditations preparatory for communion at the great ordinance of the supper. 2nd ed. [Prefaced by E. Pemberton]. 1 p. 1. vi, 216 pp. 18°. Boston, D. Henchman, 1743.

Spiritual desertions discovered and remedied. The substance of divers sermons. 144 pp. 18°. Boston, M. Perry and B. Eliot, 1699. Willard Prime. By the author of "The little rebel." [anon.] 290 pp. 4 pl. 18°. Boston, J. E. Tilton & co. 1864.


Willett (Rev. William M.) The life and times of Herod the great, as connected historically and prophetically, with the coming of Christ. And incidental portraitures of noted personages of the age. 384 pp. 2 pl. 120. Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, 1860.

Scenes in the wilderness: an authentic narrative of the labours and sufferings of the moravian missionaries among the north american Indians. 208 pp. 18°. New

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Williams (Edwin). Narrative of the recent voyage of captain Ross to the arctic regions, in the years 1829-33, and a notice of captain Back's expedition; with a preliminary sketch of polar discoveries, from the earliest period to the year 1827. 1st am. ed. 192 pp. 1 map. 16°. New York, Wiley & Long, 1835. Williams (Rev. Eliezer). The english works of the late rev. Eliezer Williams, with a memoir of his life. By his son, St. George Armstrong Williams. 8 p. 1. cclxxv, 344 pp. 8°. London, Cradock & co. 1840.



Williams (Henry T.) Window gardening. Williams (Rev. Thomas). The age of infi


Devoted specially to the culture of flowers and ornamental plants, for in door use and parlor decoration. 300 pp.1 1.1 pl. New York, H. T. Williams, 1872. Williams (Henry Willard, m. d.) Our eyes, and how to take care of them. 112 pp. 16°. Boston, J. R. Osgood & co. 1871.

A practical guide to the study of diseases of the eye: their medical and surgical treatment. xii, 317 pp. 12°. Boston, Ticknor & Fields, 1862.

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An enlarged series of extracts from the diary, meditations and letters of mr. Joseph Williams of Kidderminster. [Also] some original letters from ministers, &c. occasioned by his death. By Benjamin Hanbury. xxiv, 512 pp. 1 portrait. 8o, London, C. Taylor for the editor, 1815. Williams (J. Fletcher). Bibliography of Minnesota. From the Minnesota historical collections, v. 3, parti. 65 pp. 8°. St. Paul, Press printing co. 1870.

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[anon.] 106 pp. 2 pl. 180. Philadelphia, Willie's lessons; or, simple illustrations of Presbyterian board of publication, [1864]. verses of scripture. [anon.] 198 pp. 18°. New York, Carlton & Porter, [1859]. Willie wishing to be useful. By the author of "Willie's lessons." [anon.] 193 pp. 18°. New York, Carlton & Porter, [1859]. Willis (Anson). The nation: its rulers and institutions; or, outlines of the government. 1 p. 1.508 pp. 5 pl. 120. Philadelphia, Newworld publishing co. 1871.

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The harmony of divine truth. 634 pp. 8°. Utica, author, 1836. Willmott (Rev. Robert Aris). The poets of the nineteenth century. With english and american additions, arranged by Evert A. Duyckinck. Illustrated. 1 p. 1. xvi, 674 pp. 80. New York, Harper & brothers, 1872.

Wills (W. G.) Hinko; a play in five acts,

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Willson (Marcius). A manual of information and suggestions for object lessons, in a course of elementary instruction. Adapted to the use of school and family charts, and other aids in teaching. 336 pp. 120. New York, Harper & brothers, 1862.


A treatise on civil polity and political economy with an appendix, containing a brief account of the powers, duties, and salaries, of national, state, county, and town

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Willymott (William, ll. d.) English parti-
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The little girl in black. 211 pp. 1 pl.
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The wrecker's grandchild.
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Wilmer (William Holland, d. d.) The episco-
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divine authority and perpetual obligation of the lord's day, asserted in seven sermons, at the parish church of St. Mary, Islington. 1st am. ed. with a preface, by L. Woods, d. d. 212 pp. 120. Boston, Crocker & Brewster, 1831.

Wilson (Henry, of London, mathematician). Navigation new modelled: or, a treatise of geometrical, trigonometrical, arithmetical, instrumental, and practical navigation. Together with all necessary tables, calculated to the new stile. 8th ed. with the addition of spherical trigonometry, and astronomy. xvi, 528 pp. 10 pl. 80. London, W. & J. Mount, 1761.

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