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Honorius augustodunensis--continued.

16°. [At end] Basileae, apvd haered. A. Cratandri, 1544.


1. De imagine mundi.

2. De temporibus mathesis.

3. De philosophia mundi, lib. 4.

4. De affectionibus solis.

5. De ætatibus mundi chronicon.

6. De luminaribus siue scriptoribus ecclesiasticis. 7. De hæresibus.

Hood (Edwin Paxton). Representative wo men; queens, heroines, peasants, confessors, and philanthropists. 3 p. 1. 280 pp. 160. London, Partridge & Oakey, 1853. Hood (Thomas). The miscellaneous poems of T. Hood, containing Lamia, the Epping hunt, odes and addresses, and poems of sentiment, wit, and humor, with notes. Edited by Epes Sargent. 359 pp. 8°. Boston, Phillips, Sampson & co. 1858.

Whims and waifs. Now first collected.

479 pp. 120. New York, Derby & Jackson,


Hook (James). Pen Owen. 3 v. 120. Edinburgh, W. Blackwood, 1822.

Hooker (Rev. Herman). The child's book on the sabbath. 279 pp. sq. 160. New York, Leavitt, Lord & co. 1835.

The family book of devotion; containing daily morning and evening prayers, for four weeks; a sermon or contemplation, and an evening prayer, for every sunday in the year: and an appendix of prayers for particular occasions. With an introduction on the importance of family religion. 507 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, Key & Biddle, 1836. Popular infidelity. 286 pp. Philadelphia, W. Marshall & co. 1836. [THE LIBRARY of christian knowledge, v. 5]. Hooker (Rev. Thomas, of Hartford, Conn.) The sovles hvmiliation. 2nd ed. [anon.] 223 pp. 120. London, A. Crooke, 1638.


The soules implantation. A treatise containing, The broken heart, on Esay 57, 15, The preparation of the heart, on Luk. 1,17, The soules ingraffing into Christ, on Mal. 3, 1, Spiritual love and joy, on Gal. 5, 22. [anon.] 1 p. 1. 266 pp. sm. 4°. London, Fulke Clifton, 1637. Hooker (Worthington, m. d.) First book in chemistry. For the use of schools and families. 231 pp. 1 pl. sq. 160. New York, Harper & brothers, 1862.

Science for the school and family. Part 1. Natural philosophy. 346 pp. 120. New York, Harper & brothers, 1863.

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Hoop (A. van der, jr.) William Tell. Switsersche tafereelen. 80. 8 p. 1. 187 pp. sterdam, van Kempen, 1833. Hooper (Lucy Hamilton). Poems. 196 pp. 1 portrait. 120. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co. 1871.

Hoorn (Willem Cornelisz. Schouten van). Sec
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Hope (George H. m. d.)

Till the doctor comes, and how to help him. 99 pp. 129. New York, G. P. Putnam & sons, 1871. Hopkins (Caleb). An easy instructor in the most useful knowledge: containing a first book, spelling book, and dictionary. Together with chronological tables of remarkable events, discoveries, and improvements, and an abridgement of geography. 2 v. in 1. 108 pp; xxxvi, 162 pp. 180. New York, J. & J. Harper, 1830. Hopkins (John). Book of psalms in metre. See Sternhold (Thomas) Hopkins (John) and others.

Hopkins (John Henry, bishop of Vermont). Christianity vindicated, in seven discourses on the external evidences of the new testament, with a concluding dissertation. xii, 174 pp. 120. Burlington, E. Smith, 1833.

The primitive creed, examined and explained. In two parts. xv, 415 pp. 120. Burlington, E. Smith, 1834.

Sixteen lectures on the causes, principles, and results, of the british reformation. viii, 387 pp. 120. Philadelphia, J. M. Campbell & co. 1844. Hopkins (Josiah, d. d.) The christian's in

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Hopkins (Mark, d. d.)-continued.

The same. Evidences of christianity. Revised as a text-book. viii, 13-356 pp. 8°. Boston, T. R. Marvin & son, 1863. Hopkinson (John P. m.d.) Engravings of the arteries. 15 pp. 9 col. pl. 8°. Philadelphia, J. G. Auner, 1833.

Hopper (Edward). The fire on the hearth in
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Hoppin (Augustus). Ups and downs on land
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Hopton (Arthur). Speculum topographicum:
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Horatius Flaccus (Quintus). Quinti Hora-
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The same. Horatius restitutus [in illum librorum ordinem quo sunt olim ab ipso in vulgus edita secundum Bentleii sententiam]: or the books of Horace arranged in chronological order according to the scheme of dr. Bentley, from the text of Gesner, corrected and improved. With a preliminary dissertation, very much enlarged, on the chronology of the works, on the localities, and on the life and character of that poet. By James Tate. 2d ed. [Also], an original treatise on the metres of Horace. xx, 205, 8°. London, Baldwin & Cradock,

250 pp.



Horatius Flaccus (Quintus)--continued.

The same. The works of Horace, with english notes, critical and explanatory, by Charles Anthon. A new edition, with corrections and improvements. xxxiii, 681 pp. 1 pl. 120. New York, Harper & brothers, 1839. The same. Q. Horatii Flacci opera, illustrated from antique gems by C. W. King. The text revised, with an introduction, by H. A. J. Munro. xxxiv, 456 pp. 8°. London, Bell & Daldy, 1869.

The same. Les poésies d'Horace, traduites en françois. Nouv. éd. 2 v. xl, 314 pp; iv, 406 pp. 24°. Paris, Saillant, 1777. The same. Odes d'Horace, traduites en vers françois, avec des notes, par m. Chabanon de Maugris; livre troisième. 303 pp. 16°.

Paris, Lacombe, 1773.

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Horler (Joseph). An apology for the ministers of Jesus Christ, and preachers of his gospel together with a vindication of that gospel itself, from the misrepresentations of mr. Tho. Chubb; in a book, lately published in his name, falsely called, The true gospel of Jesus Christ asserted. xxiv, 176 pp. 8°. London, author, [1739].

Horn (Georg). Kerkelyke en wereldlyke historie, van de scheppinge des werelts, tot t'jaer 1666. In het Nederduyts vertaalt. Waer aen is by gevoegt de historic sedert 1666 tot 1684, door Balthasar Bekker. Den laetsten druk nevens een derde verfolg tot, 1696 door Melchior Leydekker. 7 p. 1. 392 pp. 15 1. 78, 62 pp. 11. 146 pp. 51. 16°, Amsterdam, J. Rotterdam, 1746.



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Horozco y Covarrubias (Juan de). Emblemas morales, [etc.] 88, 4, 217 1. sm. 4°. Çaragoça, A. Rodriguez, a costa de Juan de Bonilla, 1603-04.

Horrebov (Peder). The natural history of Iceland. To which is added, a meteorological table. Translated from the danish original. xx, 207 pp. 1 map. fol. fol. London, A. Linde, etc. 1758.

Horsford (Mary Gardiner). Indian legends

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Verhaal van de oproeren der wederdoopers, voorgevallen te Amsterdam, Munster en in Groeninger-land. In't duyts vertaald. Eng. title, 5 p. 1. 162 pp. (incl. 17 pl.) 160. Amsterdam, P. Wittebol, 1699. Hortensius (pseudon.) Deinology; or, the union of reason and elegance: being instructions to a young barrister. With a postscript, suggesting some considerations on the viva voce examination of witnesses at the english bar. By Hortensius. 2d ed. 2p. l. vii, 234 pp. 8°. London, W. Clarke & sons, 1801. Horticulturist (The) and journal of rural art and rural taste. Edited by Henry T. Williams. [Monthly]. Jan. to Dec. 1871. v. 26. 8°. New York, H. T. Williams, 1871.

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Hosmer (Mrs. Margaret). Blanche Gilroy.
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Hospital transports. A memoir of the em-

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Höst (Georg). Efterretninger om Marókos og Fes, samlede der i landene fra ao. 1760 til 1768. 10 p. 1. 292 pp. 12 1. 34 pl. 1 portrait. 4°. Kiobenhavn, N. Möller, 1779. Hotel guests' (The) guide for the city of New York. 1871-2. [anon.] 4 p. 1. 187 pp. 8°. New York, W. P. Cleary & co. 1871. Hotman or Hotomann (François). De fvroribvs gallicis, horrenda et indigna amirallij Castillionei, nobilivm atq; illustrium virorum cæde, scelerata ac inaudita piorum strage passim edita per complures Galliæ ciuitates, sine vllo discrimine generis, sexus, ætatis et conditionis hominum: vera et simplex narratio. Ernesto Varamvndo frisio avctore.

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Smegma orientale: sordibus barbarismi, contemtui præsertim linguarum orientalium oppositum. 6 p. 1. 550 pp. 40. Heidelberga, A. Wyngaerden, 1658.

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The missionary in many lands: a series
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Household (The) treasure, or, the young
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Hovey (Alvan, d. d.) God with us; or, the

person and work of Christ, with an examination of "The vicarious sacrifice" of dr. Bushnell. 275 pp. 120. Boston, Gould & Lincoln, 1872.

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Howard (Horton, m. d.) Howard's domestic medicine: being a revised edition of Horton Howard's anatomy and physiology, and midwifery, diseases of women and children. Practice of medicine and materia medica. New enlarged ed. 3 v. in 1. 989 pp. 8°. Cincinnati, H. M. Rulison, 1859.

An improved system of botanic medicine, founded upon correct physiological principles a concise view of anatomy and physiology; with an illustration of the new theory of medicine. 2 v. 139, 24 pp; 444 pp. 12 pl. 80. Columbus, author, 1832.

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Howard (Joseph Theophilus, m. d.) Gyne-
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Howard (Leonard, d. d.) Miscellaneous
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Five new plays, viz. The surprisal, Committee, comedies. And The Indianqueen, Vestal-virgin, Duke of Lerma, tragedies. 2d ed. corrected. 5 p.1.252 pp. 1 1. fol. London, H. Herringman, 1700. Howard (W. W.) Aids to french composition; or, progressive and instructive exercises for the practical application of grammatical rules to writing french. 309 pp. 120. New York, Ivison & Phinney, 1854. Howe (Elisha P.) The young citizen's catechism, explaining the duties of district, town, city, county, state, and United States officers. Together with rules for parliamentary and commercial business. 189 pp.


New York, A. S. Barnes & Burr, 1861.
Howe (E. D.) Mormonism unvailed: or, a
faithful account of that singular imposition
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With sketches of the characters of its propa-
gators, and a full detail of the manner in
which the famous golden bible was brought
before the world. [Also], inquiries into the
probability that the historical part of the said
bible was written by one Solomon Spalding,
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Howe (George, d. d.) A discourse on theo-
logical education: delivered on the bicen-
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