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Wilson (Henry, of N. Y.) Business directory, Wilson (Rev. Thomas, bishop of Sodor and
1871. See New York (City of ). Wilson (Horace Hayman). Works. 12. 8°. London, Trübner & co. 1871.
Man, 1663-1755). Parochialia: or, instructions to the clergy, in the discharge of their parochial duty. 152 pp. 120. New-York, T. & J. Swords, 1812.
Select specimens of the theatre of the Hindus translated from the original sanskrit. 3d ed. 2 v. 1871. v. 1. On the dramatic system of the Hindoos.
The Mrichchhakati, or the toy cart.
Vikrama and Urvasí, or the hero and the nymph.
Uttara-Ráma-charitra, or continuation of the history of Ráma. Attributed to Bhavabhuti. 2. Málatí and Madhava, or the stolen marriage,
Mudrá-Rakshasa, or the signet of the minister, ascribed to Visakhadatta. Ratnávali, or the necklace.
Wilson (James Patriot, d. d.) A free conversation on the unpardonable sin: wherein the blasphemy against the holy spirit, the final apostasy, and the sin unto death, are shown to have been originally distinct. 171 pp. 160. Philadelphia, Towar, J. & D. M. Hogan, 1830.
The primitive government of christian churches. Also, liturgical considerations. [With] the sermon, preached on the death of the author, by Thomas H. Skinner, d. d. xxxix, 372 pp. 1 portrait, 1 chart. 120. Philadelphia, French & Perkins, 1833. Wilson (John, prof. univ. Edinburgh, 17851854). Lights and shadows of scottish life, a selection from the papers of the late Arthur Austin. [pseudon. 1st ed.] viii, 430 pp. 120. Edinburgh, WV. Blackwood, 1822.
Wilson (John, printer, 1802-68). A treatise on english punctuation; with an appendix. 20th ed. xii, 334 pp. 120. New York, Woolworth, Ainsworth & co. 1871. Wilson (Rev. John G.) The sabbath and its lord, and the divine man. 180 pp. 2 pl. 120. Philadelphia, author, 1860. Wilson (Joseph H.) An elementary algebra, for schools and academies. 240 pp. 12o, Philadelphia, Eldredge & brother, 1872. Wilson (Nathaniel). Outline of the flora of Jamaica. 8°. [London, 1869].
[IN GREAT BRITAIN. Treasury. Geological survey. Geology of Jamaica. Memoirs, appendix 2, pp. 263– 291].
Wilson (Rev. Thomas, puritan, d. 1621). Theologicall rules to gvide vs in the vnderstanding and practise of holy scriptures. Also ænigmata sacra, holy riddles; or misticall cases and secrets of diuinitie, with their resolutions. By T. W. [anon.] 2 v. in 1. 4 p. 1. 125 pp; 6 p. 1. 204 pp. 18°. London, E. Griffin for F. Burton, 1615. Imperfect v. 2 wants all after p. 204].
Sacra privata. The private meditations and prayers of Thomas Wilson, accommodated to general use. 2d Cambridge ed. 138 pp. 160. Cambridge, [Ms.] Hilliard & Metcalf, 1808.
Wilson (William). A manual of instruction for infants' schools; with an engraved sketch of the area of an infants' school room and play ground,-of the abacus, of a scheme of instruction, and the tables of numbers. By H. Wm. Edwards. 222 pp. 6 pp. 1 pl. 120. New York, G. & C. & H. Carvill, 1830. Wilson (William Dexter, d. d.) The christian church; its constitution, principles, functions, and powers, as represented in the 16o. holy scriptures: [etc.] xii, 236 pp. Windsor, P. Merrifield, 1843.
Lectures on the psychology of thought and action, comparative and human. 300 pp. 8°. Ithaca, N. Y. Andrus, McChain & Lyons, 1871. Winchester (Rev. B.) Synopsis of the holy scriptures, and concordance, in which the synonymous passages are arranged together. Chiefly designed to illustrate the church of Jesus Christ, of latter-day saints. To which is added, as an appendix, an epitome of ecclesiastical history, etc. 256 pp. 240. Philadelphia, author, 1842.
Winckelmann (Johann Joachim). The history of ancient art, translated from the german, by G. Henry Lodge, m. d. v.3. 80. 350 pp. 18 pl. Boston, J. R. Osgood & co. 1872. Winebrenner (Rev. John). The church hymn book: comprising a choice collection of hymns, original and selected, for the use of public worship, and various other occasions, 846 pp. 18°. Harrisburg, Pa. by authority of the general eldership of the church of God, 1859.
A prayer meeting and revival hymn book. 2 p. 1. 360 1. 360 pp. 6 1. 32°. Harrisburg, J. & M. W. M'Kinley, 1825. Grammar of the Winer (Georg Benedict). chaldee language, as contained in the bible and the targums. Translated from the german by H. B. Hackett. 152 pp. 8°. Andover, Allen, Morrill & Wardwell, 1845.
Wines (Enoch Cobb, d. d.) An essay on
Winslow (Miron, d. d.)-continued.
A treatise on regeneration.
Memoir of Mrs. Harriet L. Winslow, thirteen years a member of the american mission in Ceylon. 480 pp. 180. New York, American tract society, . Winslow (Octavius, d. d.) Christ ever with you. Illustrated by experiences drawn from the prayer-meeting, and field and hospital life. 144 pp. 180. New York, Board of publication of the reformed protestant dutch church, 1863.
The true penitent portrayed in a practical exposition of the fifty-first psalm; to which is added the doctrine of repentance, as declared in Acts xvii, 30. 119 pp. 16°.
Philadelphia, Presbyterian board of publica- Winter (William). Edwin Booth in twelve
dramatic characters. The portraits by W.
My witness a book of verse.
Winfield (W. S.) Hymns for christian wor-
Wing (Rev. John). The saint's advantage : or the well-fare of the faithfvll, in the worst times. A sermon. 4 p. 1.79 pp. sm. 40. London, I. Dawson for 1. Bellamie, 1624. Wing (Vincent). Harmonicon coeleste: or, the cœlestiall harmony of the visible world: conteining an absolute and entire piece of astronomie. 1st ed. 12 p. 1. 309 pp. fol. London, R. Leybourn, for the company of stationers, 1651.
Winnie and Walter; or, story-telling at
Winnie and Walter's evening talks with their
Elements of intellectual philosophy.
360 pp. 120. Boston, Ticknor & Fields, 1861. Winzet (Ninian). Certane tractatis for reformatioun of doctryne and maneris in Scotland. [Edinburgi, 1562. Also, The buke of four scoir thre questions, tueching doctrine, ordour, and maneris. Antverpiae, 1563. And Vincentius lirinensis, for the antiquitie and catholik fayth. Neulie translatit in scottis be Niniane Winzet. Antverpiæ, 1663]. 4°. Reprinted, Edinburgh, Maitland club, 1835. [MAITLAND club publications, no. 33, pp. 1-119]. Wiscasset (Maine). Seaside oracle.
Seaside oracle, Wiscasset monthly. Wisconsin state agricultural society. Transactions, with tabular abstracts of the reports of county agricultural societies. v. 9, 1870. Prepared by J. W. Hoyt, secretary. 8°. Madison, Wis. state printers, 1871. Wise (Daniel, d. d.) Pleasant pathways; or, persuasives to early piety: explanations and illustrations of the beauty, safety, and pleasantness of a religious life. 285 pp. 2 pl. 16. New York, Carlton & Porter, . Wise (Henry). An analysis of one hundred voyages to and from India, China, etc. performed by ships in the East India company's service; with remarks on the advan
tages of steam-power applied as an auxiliary aid to shipping. To which is added a description of Melville's patent propellers. xxiv, 120 pp. 3 pl. 8°. London, author, 1839. Wise (Henry Alexander). Seven decades of the union. The humanities and materialism, illustrated by a memoir of John Tyler, with reminiscences of some of his great cotemporaries. The transition state of the nationits dangers and their remedy. 320 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co. 1872. Wise. See Wyse. Wisheart (Rev. William). Theologia; or, discourses of God. Delivered in 120 ser
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[Imperfect: wanting title-page].
The shepheard's hunting. Being certain eglogues.
A metricall paraphrase upon the creede; and upon
Faire-virtve, the mistresse of Phil'arete. 84 1.
The same. Ivvenilia. Poems contained in the collections of his Juvenilia which appeared in 1626 and 1633. A collection of those poemes which were heretofore imprinted, and written by George Wither. London, printed for Robert Allott, 1626. [Reprinted]. 1 v. in 3 parts. v, 941 pp. 3 pl. sm. 4°. London, Spenser society, 1871. [SPENSER Society publications. Issues, nos. 9, 10, 11].
Wolf (Johann). Taschenbuch der deutschen vögelkunde. 1810. See Meyer (Bernhard) and Wolf.
Wolf (Johann Christian). Mvliervm græcarvm qvæ oratione prosa vsæ svnt fragmenta et elogia, graece et latine, cvm virorvm doctorvm notis et indicibvs. Accedit catalogvs foeminarvm sapientia artibvs scriptisve apvd Graecos, Romanos aliasqve gentes olim illvstrivm. 4 p. 1. 466 pp. 5 1. 40. Londini, apvd I. Novrse, 1739.
Wolf (Rudolf ). Taschenbuch für mathe-
Wolfe (J. M.) Guide, gazetteer, and direct-
Wolff (Christian). Der anfangs-gründe aller
The same. Der anfangsgründe aller
mathematischen wissenschaften dritter theil welcher die optick, catoptrick und dioptrick, die perspective, die sphärische trigonometrie, astronomie, chronologie, geographie und gnomonick in sich enthält. 4e aufl. 2 p. 1. pp. 947-1542, 3 tab. 160. Halle im Magdeburgischen, Renger, 1730. Wolff (Emil). Anleitung zur chemischen untersuchung landwirthschaftlich-wichtiger stoffe. 2e aufl. viii, 194 pp. 89. Stuttgart, G. Weise, 1867. s. Wolff (Jens). Sketches and observations taken on a tour through a part of the south of Europe. 6 p. 1. 251 pp. 40. London, W. Wilson, 1801.
Wolff (Rev. Joseph). Journal of Rev. Joseph Wolff, 1831. 70 pp. 8°. [London, J. Nisbet, 1831-33].
[With MORNING (The) watch. London, 1830-1833. v. 4-7].
Wollaston (Francis). A portraiture of the heavens, as they appear to the naked eye: constructed for the use of students in astron
omy. 21. 10 pl. fol. London, J. Cary,
Woman an enigma. See McIntosh (Maria J.)
Woman's (The) journal, [and Woman's advocate]. A weekly newspaper devoted to the interests of woman, [etc.] Mary A. Livermore, editor. Jan. 7 to Dec. 30, 1871. v. 2. fol. Boston, [H. B. Blackwell], 1871. Wonderful (The) lamp, or light for the darkest path. [anon.] 239 pp. 2 pl. 180. Philadelphia, Presbyterian board of publication, .
Wonderful (The) phials, and other stories. Translated from the french. By Anna. [anon.] 323 pp. 1 pl. 180. New York, M. W. Dodd, 1856. Wonderful (The) stone, or the curse turned into blessing. [anon.] 284 pp. 4 pl. 18°. Philadelphia, Presbyterian board of publication, . Wonderful (The) travels of prince Fan-Feredin. See Bougeant (Guillaume Hyacinthe). Wonder-maer (Dees) end' prophetsije wis, Door's geests gesicht gebooren is [etc. A political brochure on the proposed treaty between Spain and the Netherlands, 1608, commencing with 8 lines of verse. anon.] 81. sm. 40. [n.p.] 1608.
[In NEDERLANDTSCHE bye-corf].
Verner's pride. A tale of domestic life. 373 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, T. B. Peterson & brothers, .
Wood (James, d. d. 1799-1867). The gospel fountain, or the anxious youth made happy. 295 pp. 180. Philadelphia, Presbyterian board of publication, .
Grace and glory, or the young convert instructed in the doctrines of grace. Being a sequel to "The gospel fountain." 317 pp. 180. Philadelphia, Presbyterian board of publication, .
Memoir of John Matthews, d. d. 16°. [Philadelphia, 1864].
[In MATTHEWS (John, d. d.) The influence of the bible, etc. pp. 5–16].
Old and new theology. Also a review of Beman on the atonement, from the Biblical repository. 95 pp. 180. Philadelphia, Presbyterian board of publication, 1845. Wood (John, editor). Mentor, or the american teacher's assistant. Essays from the most approved authors in the english language. Intended to [furnish]just models of composition. iii, 374 pp. 2 1. 16o. New York, J. Buell, for the author, 1795. Wood (Rev. John George). The common shells of the sea-shore. iv, 132 pp. 12 pl. 160. London, F. Warne & co. 1865. Wood (L. A.) John Bull's scientific (?) "man-machine," or american common. sense," vs. Huxley's paradoxical nonsense, by a West-yankee-elf." [anon.] 80 pp. 8°. Louisville, Ky. F. A. Crump & co. 1871. Wood (Lieut. Oliver E.) The West Point scrap book: a collection of stories, songs,
Wood (Lieut. Oliver E.)-continued. and legends of the u. s. military academy. With original illustrations. 339 pp. 1 pl. 89. New York, D. Van Nostrand, 1871. Wood (Mrs. R. H.) The sunday-school olio; containing original dialogues and single pieces for sunday-school exhibitions and sabbath evening concerts. 84 pp. 16o. 84 pp. 160. New York, Carlton & Lanahan, . Wood's household magazine. Devoted to knowledge, virtue and temperance. [Monthly]. Jan. to Dec. 1871. v. 8-9. 80. Newburgh (N. Y.) S. S. Wood, . Woodbridge (William Channing). Modern school geography, on the plan of comparison and classification. 352 pp. 16°. Hartford, Belknap & Hamersley, 1844. Woodbury (Rev. Augustus). A narrative of the campaign of the first Rhode Island regiment, in the spring and summer of 1861. 4 p. 1. 260 pp. 1 pl. 1 portrait. 120. Providence, S. S. Rider, 1862. Woodbury (Isaac B) Harp of the south. A new and complete collection of church music, in five parts, [etc.] To which are prefixed the elements of vocal music made easy. 320 pp. obl. 8°. New York, Mason & Law, .
Wooden (The) world dissected. See Ward (Edward).
Woodhull (Victoria C.) The origin, tenden
cies and principles of government: or, a review of the rise and fall of nations from early historic time to the present; with special considerations regarding the future of the United States as the representative government of the world and the form of administration which will secure this consummation. Also, papers on human equality, as represented by labor and its representative, money; and the meaning and significance of life from a scientific standpoint, with its prophecies for the great future. 2 p. 1. 247 pp. 1 portrait. 80. New York, Woodhull, Claflin & co. 1871. Woodhull and Claflin's weekly. Nov. 19, 1870, to May 13, 1871. v. 2. fol. New York, 1870-71.
Woodruff (Rev. Hezekiah). Familiar discourses on the way of salvation. 226 pp. 1 portrait. 89. Ithaca, [N. Y.] Mack, Andrus & Woodruff, 1841.
Woods (H.) The history of the presbyterian controversy, with early sketches of presbyterianism. 204 pp. 120. Louisville, N. H. White, 1843.
Woods (Mrs. Margaret). Extracts from the journal of the late Margaret Woods, from the year 1771 to 1821. 2d ed. xii, 495 pp. 129. London, J. & A. Arch, 1830. Woodville; or, the anchoret reclaimed. A descriptive tale. [anon. By Charles W. Todd]? 1 p. l. ii, 278 pp. 12°. Knoxville, T. author, 1832. Woodville (Jennie, pseudon?) Left to herself. 311 pp. 120. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co. 1872. Woodward (Hezekiah). The cause, vse,
cure of feare. Or, strong consolations (the consolations of God) cordiall at all times, but most comfortable in these uncomfortable times. 8 p. 1. 71 pp. sm. 4°. London, T. Underhill, 1643. Woodward (Josiah, d. d.) Eight sermons, preached in 1710. fol. [London, 1739]. [BOYLE lectures, v. 2, pp. 491-564].
Fair warnings to a careless world, or the serious practice of religion recommended by the admonitions of dying men. [Also], serious advice to a sick person, by archbishop Tillotson. As also, A prospect of death: a pindarique essay. 4th ed. 6 p. l. 166 pp. 1 1. 6 pl. 160. London, T. Longman, 1736. Woodward (Samuel Bayard, m.d.) Hints for the young, in relation to the health of body and mind. [anon.] 2d ed. 95 pp. 320. Boston, W. D. Ticknor, 1838. Wooler (Thomas J. editor). See Black (The) dwarf.
Woolman (John). The journal of John Woolman. With an introduction by John G. Whittier. viii, 315 pp. 160. Boston, J. R. Osgood & co. 1871. Woolnor (Henry). The trve originall of the sovle. Proving both by divine and naturall reason, that the production of mans soule is neither by creation nor propagation, but a certain meane way between both. By H. W. b. d. [Edited by E. Palmer. 1st ed.] 6 p. 1. 335 pp. 21. 180. London, T. Paine & M. Symmons, 1641. Woolsey (Rev. Elijah). The supernumerary : or, lights and shadows of itinerancy. Com