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O . Observations on the mineral waters in the southwest 
ern part of Vu. ; letters. 1 liila., 1843. 8. (B 1564) 
O., F. The government is an effect, not a cause, of the i 

situation of every country. Boston, 1819. 8 U . (B 448) i 
O., J. II. Letter to a clergyman of the Church of Eng. on 

a belief in evangelical doctrines, n.p., [ISl-?]. 8". 

(B 1359) 
- HOXVDKN, J. Letter from a churchman to his friend 

in New Haven, cont. strictures on a pamphlet signed 

,1. 11. O. New Haven, 1808. 8. (B 290) 
O., Jo/.eiiiie. Wajdelotka czyli dolina Aleksoty, 

powiesc. \Varszawa, 1844. 3 torn. IS". 
O., X. Etudes sur quelques langues 

sauvages do I Amerique. Montreal, I860. 8. 
O., It. Short questions and answeares, cont. the 

summe of Christian religion. Loud., 1600. 8. 
O., W. New llebrew-Eng. lexicon. London, 

S. Bagster, 1845. 10. 
O., Y.; a Danish romance; by II. C. Andersen. 

X. Y., 1870. 8. 

O temporu. I hila., 1803. 12. (D 35) fountain; pub. by the Oahu Temperance Soc., Jan. 

1-Oct. 1. Honolulu, 1847. 4". (E 168) 
Oak, The. MICHAI:X, A. Ilistoire des chcnes de 

1 Amerique. Paris, 1801. f. 

LINCOLN, B. Remarks on the cultivation of the oak. 

(In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 11. 1814.) 
Oak openings, The ; or, The Bee-hunter ; by J. F. 

Cooper; illust. by Darley. X. Y., 1864. 8". 
Oak Orchard. MKRCIIANT. O. W. History and analysis 

of Oak Orchard acid mineral springs. Buffalo, 

1850. 8". (C 270) 
Oakeley, Frederick. Historical notes of the tracta- 

rian movement, 1833-45. London, 1865. 12. 

Position of a Catholic minority in a non-Catholic 

country. (In Manning, II. E. Essays. 1865.) 
Oakes, C. II. Who s who in 1851, 53-55, 59. 

London, n.d. 4 v. f". 
Oakes, John. Description of a self recording instrument 

for taking the sun s altitude without an artificial or 

natural horizon. (In Amer. Assoc. 1 roc., v. 13. 

Oakes, Urian. New England pleaded with to consider the 

things which concern her peace; sermon, May 7. 

Camb., 1673. 4". (B76) 
Oakes, Win. Scenery of the White Mts. ; with 

plates from the drawings of I. Sprague. 

Boston, 1848. 4". 
Oakfield ; or, Fellowship in the East; by W. D. 

Arnold. Boston, 1855. 12". 
Oakley, Henry A. Outline of a course of Eng. reading, 

based on that prepared for the Merc. Lib. Assoc. of 

X. Y., by Kent; with add. by C. King. X. Y.,1853. 

8". (C 199) 
Oakley, AVr. J. The religious difficulty in education. 

(In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1866.) 
Oasis, The; ed. by Mrs. L. M. Child. Boston, 

1834. 12". 
Dates, Titus. True narrative of the plot and conspiracy of 

the Popish party. London, 1679. f. (A 53) 

ELLIOT, A. Modest vindication of O. from perjury. 

London, 1682. f. (A 53) 

HLK and cry after O. London, 1681. f. (A 53) 

L KsTRANGE, 11. Discovery upon discovery, in de 

fence of O. against B. W. s libellous vindication of 
him. 2d ed. London, 1680. 4. (B 10, 12) 

Further discovery of the plot; ded. to O. 4th ed. 

London. 16S1. 4". (B 10, 12) 

LETTER from a friend in London to another at Sala 

manca. London, 1681. f. (A 53) 

MANIFESTO; or. The complaint of O. against the doc 

tor of Salamanca and the same doctor against O. 
London, 168:5. f. (A 53) 

- MEMOIRS of O. (In Somers, J. Col. of tracts. 2d 
ed., v. 9. 1813.) 

SALAMANCA doctor s comment upon the proclamation 

for apprehending Col. J. Rumsey and others for 
conspiring to kill the king. Lond., 1683. f. (A 53) 

VINDICATION of O.from Hue and cry . London, 1681. 

f. (A 53) 

W.. B. Additional discovery of R. L Estrange, his 

Further discovery of the Popish plot wherein O. 
and the King s evidences arc vindicated. London, 
1680. f. (A 53) 

2T2. (22. 10. 78.) 


, PENN, W. Treatise of oaths. [1675.1 (In 
hi-. .Select works, v. 2. 1782.) 

MISOIU-LS, pxeud. The Anti-Quaker; or, Answer to 

A treatise of oaths , subscribed by a jury of 12 
Quakers, W. Peon, [and others]. London, 1676 4" 

- SANDERSON, 11., Bp. of iMndon. De jununenti 

promissorii obligatione. Londini, 1G76. f". 
Same. Londini, 16 J6. 8". 

- WILLARD, S. Brief dise. cone, the ceremony 

of laying the hand 041 the Bible in swearing. 

London, 1689. 4". 
Same. (In Whitmore, W. II. Andros tracts. 1868. 

Prince Soc.) 
Fear of an oath; sermon, Jan. 30, 1700. Boston, 1701. 

16". (C 51) 

- LA PLACKTTE, J. Truite du sermeiit. La 

Haye, 1701. 111". 

OATHS appointed to be taken instead of the oaths of 

allegiance and supremacy and declaration, 1702. 
(In Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc , 1858-60.) 

- BOULTER, H. Obligation of the oaths to the govern 

ment and the pretences for breaking them, July 31. 
London, 1716. 8". (B 56) 

REYNOLDS, T. Hardships occasioned by the oaths to 

the present government. 4th ed. London, 1716. 8". 
(C71, 285) 

GUEE.N, K. The benefit of oaths to civil society; ser 
mon, July 5, 1744. [London,] 1745. 4. (B 56) 

DV.MONU, J. Oaths ; their moral character and effects. 

Phila.,[18-J- 12. (B 1770) 

- BKNTHAM, J. Needlessness, etc., of an oath. 

London, 1817. 8. 

JOHNSON, \V. L. Xature, use, and lawfulness of 

oaths; disc., Oct. 19, 1823. Trenton, 1824. 8. (B 
1779, W 3) 

- LEWIS, E. Dissertation on oaths. Phila., 

1838. 12. 

Git. BRIT. Commissioners [on] the Oaths, etc. 

Report. London, 1867. 8". 


- TYLER, J. E. Oaths, their history, etc. Lon 

don, 1834. 8". 
Set alto Swearing. 

Oatnessiana ; or, Capt. Ord s return. (In Fraser s mag., 
v. 77, 78. 1868.) 

Obadiah of liar tenor a. Commentaries. (In Mishna, v. 1. 

Obadiah. See Bible (p. 281). 

Obando, maty, de. Carta sobre la inundacion del Calico, y 
terremotos, etc., de Limn. (In Valladares, A. Se- 
manario erudito, v. 16. 1788.) 

Obe River. BALAK, J. Voyage to Sibier and the Oh. 
HfRROL till, S. Voyage towards the Ob. 1556. (In 
Hakluyt, It. Col. of voy., v. 1. 1809.) 

Obedience. SANDERSON, K. Letter on the meas 
ure of obedience to be paid to an usurped authority, 
[1648?]. (In D Oyly, U. Life of Bancroft. 1821.) 

Dt MouLiN, P. Vindication of the Protestant 

religion in point of obedience to sovereigns. 
London, 1664. 4. 

Sume. 4th ed. London, 1679. 4. (A 30) 

Sdine. (In Bray, T. .Papal usurpation. 1712.) 

Heplie to a person of honour his answer to Vindica 
tion , etc. London. 1675. 4". (B 1396) 

ENQUIRY into the measures of submission to the su 

preme authority. (In Collection of papers, pt. 2. 

SEASONABLE reflections on [Seller s] History of pas 

sive obedience since the Reformation . London, 
1689AJO. 4. (B4) 

PASSIVE obedience in actual resistance; remarks upon 

a paper by G. Hicks. London, 1691. 4. (B 4) 

HOADLY, B. The measures of submission to 

the civil magistrate considered, in a defense of 
the doctrine in a sermon preached Sept. 29, 
1705. 2d ed. London, 1708. 16. 
Same. 5th ed. London, 1718. 16. 

VINDICATION of the Bp. of Exeter, occasioned by B. 

Hoadly s Reflections on his sermons of government . 
London, 1709. 8. (C 231) 

BLAOKIIALL, O. Answer to B. Hoadly s Letter. Lon 

don, 1709. 8. (B 100, C 231) 




VINDICATION of the Bp. of Salisbury and passive 

obedience, with remarks on a spct-ch under his 
name and postscript. London, 1710. 8". (C 228) 
-- BERKELEY, U. Passive obedience, or th- Christian 
doctrine of not resisting the supreme power proved 
and vindicated, 1712. (In hit Works, v. 2. 1784; 
v. 3. 1871.) 

OBEDIENCE the best charter; or, Law the only sane. 

lion of liberty; letter to Dr. i rice. London, 1776. 
8. (B 379) 

FEUEHHACH, P. J. A. Anti-IIobbes, oder iiber 

die Grenzeii der hochsten Gewalt und das 
Zwangsrecht dor Burger gegen den Ober- 
herrn. Giessen, [1797]. 12". 

AKULMKNT on military obedience; by a half-pay offi 

cer. (In Pamphleteer, 1820 ; v. 17 of B 838) 

CIIKINTIAN S obligation, The, to obey the civil magis 

trate; sermon. Jan. BO; by a presbyter. London, 
1827. 8 U . (B 1248) 

HILL, T. Law; a sermon. Boston, 1846. 8. (B 1293) 

WAYLAND, F. Duty of obedience to the civil magis 

trate; three sermons. Boston. 1847. 8". (B 1304) 

WooniitKY, A. We ought to obey Uod rather than 

men. Concord, 1850. _S U . (B 1306) 

KICIIAKDSON, J. Christian obedience to civil govern 

ment; sermon, llinghum, Feb. 2. n.j>., 1851. 8". 

(B 1300) 

Sre ulso Allegiance; Charles I. A ote; Oaths. 
Obedience due to the present king, notwithstanding our 

oaths to the former; by [F. FullwoodJ. London, 

]8y. 4 U . (B 6) 
Obedience of H Christian man ; by W. Tyndale. (In his 

Doctrinal treatises. 1848.) 
O Beirne, James. New views of the process of 

defecation, and their application to pathology ; 

with correct, of Sir O. hell s Views of the 

nerves of the face. "Wash., 1834. 8". 
O Beirne, Thomas Lewis, lip. Sermon at St. Paul s, 

N. Y., llrst Sunday after English churches were 

opened on Uen. Howe s taking the town. X. Y., 

1776. 8". (B 363) 
Sermons. London, 1799. 8". 

Sermons on important subjects. London, 

1813-21. 2 v. 8". 

VINCENT, W. A defence of public education, in an 

swer to O U. s discourse at the anniversary meeting 
of the charity children. 2d ed. London, 1812. 8" 
(B 1410) 

Obelisks. FONTANA, I). Delia transportation del 
obulisco vaticano e dellu fabriche di Sisto v. 
Koma, 1590. f". 

- STUAKT, J. De obelisco (Jicsaris Augusti. 

Homa-, 1750. f". 

Ober, Robert. Letter to Drs. Miller, etc. [Dated at the be 
ginning Oct. 2, 1823, at the end Mar. 10, 1824.1 n.t.v. 
8". (B964) 

Oberamraergau. BLACKHUKN, II. Art in the 
mountains ; story of the passion play. Lon 
don, 1870. 4". 

- SKLLAK, A. C. The passion-play in the high 

lands of havaria. Kdin., London, 1871. Hi". 

STANLEY, A. 1*. The Ammergau mystery ; or, Sacred 

drama of I860. (hi kin Essays on church and state. 

- WATTS, Mm. A. M. H. The miracle-play at O. (In 

her Art-student in Munich, eh. 4. 18;~>4.) 
Oberlausitzischer Gesellschaft der Wissenchaften. See 

Oberlin, Jean Frederic. Memoirs. Lond., 1829. 8. 
- Same. With introd. by II. Ware, Jr. Boston, 

1845. 12". 
Oberlin College. FAIHCHILD, J. II. Oberlin, its 

origin, prog., and results. Oberlin, I860. 8". 
Oberon. .W Wieland, C. M. 

Oberon, Konig der Ellen : ein Singspiel. Sff Wranitzky I 
Oberon, ud.-r Hug von Bordeaux. (In Simrock, K. iK-ut- 

schen Volksbilcher, v. 10. 1864.) 
Oberon a vision. .sVe Halpin, X. J. 
Obertug. Annales Oenuenscs. (/// Muratori, L A. Scr 

v. 6. 1725; ,,,id in Pertz, (J. II. Mon. Germ " 

Her., v. 18. 1863.) 

Obi; or, The history of three-fingered Jack, in 
letters from Jamaica. Worcester, 1804. 12". 
Obituary notices. See Crosby, X. 

Object lessons. CAI.KINS, X. A. Primary object 
lessons. X. Y., 1870. 8". 

Objections to the project of creating a vice chancellor of 
England. (In Pamphleteer, 1813; v. 1 of B 838; 
alto B 1432) .See Observations occas. by Objec 
tions . 

Objects of the expedition [to] the islands of the Scheldt. 
London, 1809. 8". (B 785) 

Obligations. MrKHLEXKiircn, C. F. Die Lehre 
von der Cession der Forderungsrechte ; nach 
clem Grundsat/eii des rom. Itechts. 3e veim. 
Ann. Greifswald, 1836. 8". 

- PoTimut, K. J. Traite des obligations scion 

les regies tant du for de la conscience que 
du for exterieur. Xouv. ed. Paris, 1827. 
2 v. 12". 

Obokiah, Henry, und others. Narrative of five youths from 
the Sandwich Islands, now receiving an education 
in this country. X. Y., 1810. 8. (A 455, 521) 

- BIOGRAPHICAL notice of O. (In Choctaws. CIIAIITA 

holisso a tukla. 1S27.) 
Obolenski, Yevgenii. Souvenirs d un exile en Sibe- 

rie ; tr. par A. Gulit/in. Lp/., 18(i2. 18". 
Obotrites. MASCII, A. G. Die gottesdienstliehen 

Altcrthiimer der Obotriten /u Khetra. Ber- 

lin, [1772]. 4". 
LKVK/.OW, K. Ueber die Aechtheit der sogenannten 

obotritischen Runendcnkmaler -/.\\ Neu - Strelitz. 

(In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abli., 1834.) 
Obraz siwiata. Warszawa, 1843. 2 v. 8". 
Obrecht, 11 rich. Alsaticarum rerum prodromus. 

Argentowiti, KJ81. 4". 
NICEKON, .7. 1 . (Inhia Mem., v. 34. 1736; and, Germ., 

v. -J1-. 1761.) 
Obregon, Marcos de. KSPINF.L. V. Relaciones de la vida 

del escudero M. de Obregon. (Jn Rosell, C. Nov. 

post, a Cervantes, v. 1. 1851.) 
O Brien, Edward. The lawyer, his character and 

rule of holy life. London, 1842. 12". 

- Sa>c. Phila., 1843. 8". 

O Brien, Henry. Hound towers of Ireland, or 
mysteries of freemasonry, Sabaism, Budhism. 
London, 1834. 8". 

O Brien, John. Exertions of the O Brien family, at Machias, 
in the Revolution. (Jn Maine Hist. Soc. Col., v. 2. 

O Brien, Matthew. Mathematical geography. (In Manual 
of ireoi;. science, v. 1. 1852.) 

O Brien, Richard. Message from the Pres. of the U . &. 
communicating a letter from R. O Brien [on] trans 
actions before Tripoli. Wash., 1802. 8. (B 504) 

O Brien, Thomas. Reliques of Irish minstrelsy 
collected in Munster, 1645-1834. MS. 

O Brien, Thomas M., and Diefendorf, O. General 
orders of the [U.S.J War Department, 18(51- 
63. X. Y., 1864. 5 v. 8. 

O Brien, Wm. Cross purposes; a farce. Dublin, 1773. 12". 
(C 146) 

- Same. (In Collection of farces, v. 6. 1792; and in 

London stage, v. 2. [182-].) 
O Brien, Win. Smith. Education in Ireland. (In Central 

Soc. of Educ. Pub., v. 3. 1839.) 
O Bryen, Denis. I trum horum? the government or the 

country? 4th ed. London, 1796. 8. (B 786) 
Obsequens, Julius. Qua> supersunt ex libro de pro- 

digiis ; cum animadversionibus J. Schefferi 

et supplementis C. Lycosthenis ; curante F. 

Oudendorpio. Lugd. Bat, 1720. 8. 

- S<IMC. Cum animadv. Schefferi et Ouclen- 

dorpii ; ace. Snpj)l. Lycosthenis cur. J. 
Kappio. Our. Hegnit, 1772. 8. 

- De prodigiis. cum suppl. C. Lycosthenis. (In Maxi- 

mus, V. De dictis, v. 3. 1823.) 

Observation. BCKTOX, W. Observing faculties. 
X. Y., 1865. 24". 

- EASTI.AKE. O. L. How to observe. (In his Contrih., 

v. 2. 1870.) 

MILIZIA, F. Art cle voir dans les beaux art; 
de Pommereul. Paris, 

tr. par [F. H. J.] 

an 6 [1798]. 8. 



- MrniE, II. Popular guide to the observation 

of nature. X. Y., [1832]. 1C". (Harper s 
fam. lib., v. .57.) 

SENEKIER, J. Essai sur 1 art d observer et de 
fa ire des experiences. 2e ed. Geneve, 1802. 
3 v. 8". 

Observateur hollnndois, L ; ou, le - 40e lettre de 
M. Van ** [J. X. Moreau]. La Haye 
[Paris], 1755-58. 5 v. 12. 
Observations addressed to landholders. London, 1831. 8. 

(B 934) 
Observations et memoires sur la physique ; par 

Kozier. Paris, 1773-93. 44 v. 8. 
Note. Vol. 1-12 par Kozier; 13-16, II. et M. J. A. 
Mongez; 17-26, II. et M. J. A. Mongez le jeune; 27-43, 
It., Si. lejeune, et J. C. dc la Metherie. For continua 
tion see. Journal de physique, etc. 

Obsjrvations in justification of the establishment of wet 
docks in the 1 ort of London. London, 1817. 8. 
(B 1746) 

O o33rvations leading to a fair examination of the 
system of government proposed by the late 
convention ; in letters from the Federal 
farmer [R. II. Lee], n.p., 1787. 8". 

A ote. App., with continuous pagination, An 
additional number of letters. 1788 . 

- Samf,icit/toiit the Additional letters, n.p , 1777 [error 

for 1787]. 1-2. (B65, 613) 
Observations occasioned by Objections to the project of 

creating a vice-chancellor". London, 1813. 8. (B 

Observations on a late pamphlet, [Burke s] Considerations 

upon the Soc. of the Cincinnati . Phila., 1783. 8. 

(B472, 630, 2512) 
Observations on a late state of the nation ; [by E. Burke]. 

4th ed. London, 1769. 8. (B 1706) 
Observations on a letter from Noah Webster, Jr.; pub. in 

the I anoplist: by an old fashioned churchman. 

New Haven. 1809. 8. (B 2017) 
Observations on A letter to the Duke of Portland , [on] 

revenue; [with] the state of the distilling trade of 

Ireland. Dublin, 1782. 8. (W 29) 
Observations on a pamphlet [by J. Macpherson] intitled 

A short history of the opposition , n.t.p. [Lon 
don, 1779.] 8. (B 1521) 
Observations (in A plan of the London dock . London, 

1794. 8. (B 1747) 
Observations on contagion; as it relates to the plague and 

other epidemical diseases. Lond., 1819. 8. (B 866) 
Observations on free-masonry; with a masonic vision ; by 

a lady in Worcester. Worcester, 1798, 8. (B 530) 
Observations on government incl. some animadversions on 

Adams s defence of the constitutions of the U. 8., 

and on de Loime s constitution of England ; by a 

firmer of X. Jersey. N. Y., 1787. 8. (B 701) 
Observations on Ld. Hath u rat s speech, Mar. 18, 1817. (fn 

Pamphleteer, 1818; v. 12 of B 838) 
Observations on medical reform. (In Pamphleteer, 1814; 

v. 3 of B 83S) 
Observations on Mr. Burke s Speech on Fox s India bill. 

London, 1784. 8. (B 1537) 
Observations on public principles and characters 

with ref. to recent events [in the U. S.], 

November, n.p., 1820. 8. 
Observations on several acts of Parl. [of 4, 6. 7 George I.] ; 

by merchants of Boston. Boston, 1769. 8. (B 610, 

Observations on several authors and books in the Eng. and 

foreign languages. (In Pamphleteer, 1813; v. 2 of 

B 838) 

Observations on the agriculture, manufactures, and com 
merce of the U. 8. N. Y., 1789. 8. (B 417) 
Observations on the commerce of Spain with her colonies 

in time of war; by a Spaniard. Phila., 1800. 8. (B 

Observations on the conduct of Gr. Brit, with regard to the 

negociations and other trans, abroad. London, 

1729. 8-. (B 757) 
Observations on the different breeds of sheep, etc. Edin., 

179J. 8". (W60) 
Observations on the doctrines and uncharitableness, eti:., of 

J. Parsons of Newbury. Boston, 1757. 8. (B 156; 
Observations on the emigration of J. Priestley; witli a 

comprehensive story of a farmer s bull. 3d ed. 

Phila., 1795. 8. (C 156) 

Observations on the evil effects produced in the human con 
stitution by stimulating food and spiritons liquors. 

2d ed. (hi Pamphleteer, 1818; v. 12 of B 838") 

Observations on the fifth article of treaty with America; 

with an app. n.p., 1783. 8". (B 674, 682, 1522) 
Observations on the homilies of the Ch. of Kng. London, 

1790. 8. (B 1916) 
Observations on the Lord s prayer, on Christian perfection, 

and on prayer in general. Loud., 1819. &". (B 273; 
Observations on the nature and use of paper-credit. Phila., 

1781. 8". (W 54) 
Observations on the new constitution, and on the federal 

and state conventions; by a Columbian patriot. 
. n.t.p. [Boston? 17.] 8. (B615, C 265) 

Same. Boston, X. Y., reprinted, 1788. 8". (B 701) 
Observations on the original architecture of .St. 

Mary Magdalen College, Oxford. London, 
1823. 8". 

Observations on tuc peculiar case of the Whig merchants, 
indebted to Gr. Brit, at the commencement of the 
late war. N. Y., 1785. 8. (B 635) 

Observations on the plan for estab. a dispensary and med 
ical society. London, 177U. 8. (B 836) 

Observations on the present financial embarrassments. 
London, 1831. 8". (B 931) 

Observations on the presidential veto, with a plan for a 
change of the constitution rel. to this power. Bos 
ton, 1842. 8". (B 1499) 

Observations on the prevailing abuses in the British army, 
arising from the corruption of civil government. 
London, 1775. 8. (B 368, 1719) 

Observations on the proposition for increasing the means 
of theolog. educ. at the Univ. in Cambridge; [by 
W. K. Charming], Camb., 1816. 8". (B 461) 

Observations on the reflections of E. Burke on the Kevolu- 
tion in France; [by Mrs. C. 8. Macaulayl. London, 

1790. 8. (W61) 

Same. Boston, 1791. 8. (B 709) 

Observations on the religion, law, government, 
and manners of the Turks ; [by Sir J. Por 
ter]. Dublin, 1768. 2 v. in 1. 12. 

Observations on the river Potomack, the country adjacent, 
and the city of Washington. X. Y.,1794. 8". (W 17) 

Observations on the single query proposed cone, thechoice 
of Parl. men for the city, n.t.p. [167 ?] f. (A 54) 

Observations on the sinking fund. Loud., 1810. 8. (B 786) 

Observations on the utility of patents. 4th ed. London, 

1791. 8". (C 56) 

Observations on the whale-fishery, n.p., [1789?]. 8. (W 17) 

Observations on the writings of the Craftsman, [by J. 
Hervey]. London, 1730. 8. (B 668) 

Observations on thoughts on executive justice; added, a 
letter on the same. London, 1786. 8. (C 114) 

Observations upon the conduct and behaviour of the Meth 
odists, (hi Whitefleld, G. Answer to Observ. 
1744. (B 583) 

Observations upon the congregational plan of church gov 
ernment. See Congregational Churches in Mass. 
Convention of Minixtern. (B 16, 194, 1092, 2501) 

Observations upon the Memorial and report of citizens of 
Boston, opposed to an increase of duties on impor 
tations. Prov., 1828. 8. (B 1511) 

Observations upon the state of the nation in Jan. 1712/.3. 
2d ed. London, 1713. 8. (B 589) 

Observations upon the statutes, from Magna 
Charta to the 21st of James i. ; [by D. Har 
rington]. 2d ed. London, 1766. 4. 

Observator, pseud. See L Estrange, K. 

Observator, The. Vol. 1. 1702-03; [by J. 
Tutchin]. London, 1703. f. 

Observatory. See Brussels ; Dudley Observatory ; 
Harvard College ; Georgetown College ; Green 
wich ; St. Helena ; St. Martin ; Toronto. 

Observer. Two concluding articles of an observer [against 
a national bank], n.p., [183-?]. 8. (B 1543) 

Observer, The ; [by II. Cumberland. No. 1-40.] 
2d ed. London, 1785. 8. 

Same. No. 1-152. (In Chalmers, A. Brit, essayists, 

v. 41-44. 1810.) 
Observer, The. June 3, 1804; Mar. 2, 1806. London, 1804- 

06. f. (E 198) 

Observing. See Observation. 
Obsopoeus. See, Opsopoeus. 
Obsta Principiis, pxi-iul. See Principiis, O. 
Obstacle favorable, L ; en tin acte. See Le Sage, A. K. 
Obstetrics. See Midwifery ; al*o Fecundity ; Foetus ; 

Generative Organs ; Ovariotomy. 
O Callaghan, Edmund Burke. History of the Xew 

Netherland or. X. Y. under the Dutch. 

X. Y., 1846-48. 2 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. 1492-1647. 2. 1646-64. 




^ Documentary hist, of N. V. Marriage licenses issued 
before 1784. See N. Y. Seiretary of State (p. 2120). 

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Contents. Vega, L. de. Los milagros del desprecio; 

Por la Pnente .Tuana ; Kl perro del hortelano ; Si 
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vida es sueiio; Casa con dos puertas mala cs dc Gu- 
ardar; La dcvocion de la Cruz; Kl mayor monstnio 
IOR zelos ; La cena de Baltazar. Tellez, G. Kl btirla- 
dor de Sevilla, y eonvidado de Piedra; La beata Kn- 
atnorada Marta la Piadosa. Moreto, A. de. Kl desden 
con el desdcn ; Kl valiente justiciero. Rojas, F. de. 
Del rey Abajo, ningimo, y Labrador mas honrado, C arcia 
del Castanar; Domic liav agravios no hay zelos, y amo 
criado. Alarcon y Mendoza, J. H. de. La verdad sos- 
pechosa. Hoz Mota, J. de la. El castigo de la migeria. 
Solis, A. de. Kl amor al uso. Cauizares, J. de. Kl 
doinine Lucas. Quintana, M. J. de. Pelayo, tragedia. 

- Epistolario espanol. Vol. 1. Madrid, 1850. 

8. (Arihau. Bibl., v. 13.) 

Content*. Introd. Cibdareal, F. G. de. Centon 
epist. Pulgar, F. de. Letras. Ayora, G. ( arias. 

Guevara, A. de. Kpistolas fatnil. Rhua, P. de. 
Cartas. Ortiz, F. Kpistolas famil. Avila, J. de. 
Kpistolario espiritual. Perez, A. Cartas. Solis, A. 
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Cartas marrueeas. 

- Tesoro de historiadores espafioles ; con in trod. 

[y noticias]. Paris, 1840. 8. 
Contents. Mendoza, I). II de. Guerra de Granada. 
Portalegre, cnin/i- de. Diseiirso. Moncada, F. de. 
Kxpedieion de los ( atalanes y Aragonescs eontraTurcos 
y Griegos. Melo, F. de. Hist, de los movimu-ntos, 
separacion, y guerra de Cataluiia, en tiempo de Felipe iv. 

- Tesoro de los poemas espafiolcs cpicos, sngrados, 

y burlescos, prec. de una introd. y noticias. 

Paris, 1840. 8". 

Content*. Ercilla y Zuuiga, A. de. La Araucana. 
Cueva, .1. de. De la Betica eonciuistada. Vega, L. de. 
De la Jerusalem eonquistada. talbuena, B. de. Del 
Bernardo. Virues, ( . de. Del MOHM rrati. Hoieda, 
D. de. De la cbristiada. Zarati, F. L. de. De la 
Invencion de la cruz. Melendez Valdes, J. La eaida 
de Luzhel. Reinoso, F. .J. La inoeeneia perdida. 
Quevedo, F. de. De las necedades y loeuras de Orlando 
el enamorado. Villaviciosa, J. de. La mosquea. 

- Tesoro de los prosadores espaiioles desde la 

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Content*. Siglo 13. J. Lorenzo. Don Alonzo X. 
Sig. 14. Don J. Manuel. P. Lopez dc Ayala. Sig. 15. 
A. Martinez de Toledo. Kl marq. de Santillana. G. 
Diaz de Gamez. H. G. de Cibdadrcal. A. de la 
Torre. F. 1 . de Guzman. F. del Pulgar. M. D. 
de Valera. La Reina Catol. Dona Isabel. Sig. 16. 
J. L. de 1 alacios Rubios. F. P. de Oliva. A. de 
Guevara. Luis Mejia. P. de Hua. F. Cervantes de 
Salazar. F. de Villalobos. A. Venegas. L. de 
Avila y Zuniga. P. Me.jia. F. de Ocampo. J. de 
Avila. D. II. de Mendoza. L. de Granada. J. de 
la Cruz. Santa Teresa de Jesus. D. de Kstella. 
L. de Leon. P. Malon de Chaide. F. de Zarati. 

A. Perez. J. de Siguenza. A. Fuenmayor. D. de 
Yepes. J. Marquez. Martin de Roa. J. de Mari 
ana. Sig. 17. M. Aleman. B. L. de Argensola. 
M. de ( ( rvantes Saavedra. F. de Moncada. L. V. 
de Guevara. F. de Quevedo y Villegas. C. Coloma. 

F. M. de Melo. D. de Saavedra y Fajardo. B. 
Graeian. J. K. Nieremberg. A. de Solis. Feijos. 

Isla. G. Mayans y SUcar. J. Cadahals. Cula- 
tayud. J Vargas y Ponce J. Viera y Clavijo. 
Clavijo y Fajardo. A. de Capmani y de Montpalau. 
M. G. de Jovi llanos. J. B. Munoz. Kl Conde de 

Tesoro de los romunceros y cancioneros es- 

panoles ; [con prologo]. Paris, 1838. 8. 
Contents. Sepulveda. J. de Leyva. M. Sanchez. 

J. de Rivera. Lope de Vega. A. de Alcandete. 
L. de Gongora. J. Montemayor. C. de Castillejo. 
Kl rey de Castilla, Juan n. P. de Padilla. A. Perez. 

J. de la Kncina. G. Gil Polo. F. de Quevedo. 

B. de Aytona. V. Kspinel. Kl vizc. de Altamira. 
B. de la Vega. G. Cancer. J. de Salinas. L. Mai- 
donado. L. G. de Montalvo. G. Silvestre. A. de 
Villegas. D. Abad d. 1. Romances. G. de Lonias y 
Cant. H. de Contreras. J. de Timoneda. D. If. 
de Mendoza. F. de la Torre. J. de Mena. C. 
Suarcz de Figueroa. L. de Camoens. C. de Guevara. 
F. de Ludena. Kl princ. deKsqtiilache. Kl infante 
don J. Manuel. Gil Polo. Kl marq. de Santillana. 
F. dc Ro.jas. L. de Viver. J. Manrique. Vargas. 

D. NuBez de Quiros. F. Saa de Miranda. A. de 
Velasco. B. de Alcazar. Kl Comendador Kscriva. 
R. Cota. A. Diez y Foucalda. T. Naharre. L. do 
Ubeda. Kl conde de Rebolledo. P. de Cervantes. 

Tesoro del teatro espanol. Paris, 1838. 5 v. 8. 

Content*. Vol.1. Moratin, L. F. de. Origencs del tea 
tro espanol. Piexa* drainatlKix anterior** a Lope de 
Vega. Catalogode piezas. R. deCota. J. de la Kncina. 

A. de la Vega. J. de Timoneda. R. Cota y F. 
Anonimo. B. de Torres Xaharro. L. de Rueda. 
Kojas G. Vicente. J. de la Cueva. J. Romero de 
Cepeda. A. de Silva. (J. Bermudez.) Tarraga! 
Aguilar. G. de Castro. M . de Cervantes. L. L. 
de Argensola A. Uz de Velasco. 2. Vega, L. de. 
Teatro escogido. 3. Calderon de la Barca, P. Teatro. 
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Mescua. J. P. de Montalvan. L. V. de Guevara. 
A. Moreto. F. de Rojas. J. It. de Alarcon. M. 
Fragoso. 5. J. B. Diamante. J. de la Hoz Mota. 
L. <le Belmonte. Felipe iv. F. de Leiba. A. C. dc 
Aragon. D. y J. de Figuerva. F. de Zarate. K. 
Bailees de Cand amo. A. de Solis. A. de Zamora. 
J. de Caiiizares. (J. M. de Jovellanos. V. Garcia du 
la Hucrta. R. de la Cruz. X. A. de Cienfuegos. 
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O Ferrall, Simon A. Humble through the U S 
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Official handbook of church and state; by [S.Red 
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Official register. See United States. 

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O Flaherty, John T. Sketch of the hist, and antiquities of 

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O Flaherty, rhomas J. Medical essay on drinking. Hart- 

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Ogden, . Tour through Upper and Lower 

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Brief state of the Province of Quebec, 1787 (In 

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Ogden, Aaron. CONCERNING steam bouts, documents 
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NEW JEUSEV. AsxrmMi/. Report of committee Ton! 

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Ogden, David. Letter to the claimants under Indian pur 
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Ogden, John. Science of education and art of 

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Ogden, Rev. John Cosens. Excursion into Bethle 
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Epistolary correspondence between O. and S. Mac- 

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- Letters, occasioned by the publication of a private 
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Sermon, annual election, Concord, June. Concord 

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LAXGDON, S. Correction of some mistakes of O. in 

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Ogden, Samuel. Sermons, with life by [Bp 1 

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Ogden, Samuel G., and Smith, W. S. LLOYD, T. 

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Ogden, Rev. Uzal. Antidote to deism ; _the deist 
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Address to persons at Elizabeth-town. Newark, etc., 

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Sermon on practical religion. Nos. 2 and 3. Chatham, 

1782. 12. (W 441 

Sermon, Hoxbury. Mar. 19; funeral of Mrs. E. Hack- 

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Sermon, the reward of iniquity, (fn Austin, D. 

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Two disc., death of Washington, Newark, Deo. 29, 

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Ogerius Panis. .See Panis, Ogerius. 
Ogg, Mr. Heat. (In Soc. Diff. Usef. Knowl. Library 

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Ogier de Gornbauld, Jean. (In Auguis, P. R. Poetes 

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Ogilby, John. Britannia. Vol. 1 : An illustration 
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Britannia depicta; or, Ogilby improved. See Owen, J. 




America. 1671. See Montanus, A. 

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LIFE. (In Soc. of Anc. Scots. Lives of Scottish 

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Ogilby, Win. Government and the railways. (In Nat. 
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Ogilvie, Charles Atmore. The divine glory mani 
fested in our Lord ; [Bampton] sermons 
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The union of classical with mathematical studies. (In 

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Ogilvie, George. The master-builder s plan ; or, 

The principles of organic architecture as 

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Ogilvie, J. G. Religious doctrines and sects explained. 

X. Y., 1817. 8. (B 449) 
Ogilvie, James. Philosophical essays; with notes, 

narrative, and appendix. Phila., 1816. 8. 
Content*. Study of mathematical science. Nature, 
extent, and limits of human knowledge. The modern 
abuse of moral fiction. Supplementary narrative. 
Address. Appendix. 

Ogilvie, John, D.D. Examination of the evidence from 

prophecy in behalf of the Ohr. rejigion ; sermon 

before the Soc. Scofc. Prop. (Jhr. Knuwl. Aberdeen, 

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Ogilvie, John. LIFE. (In Society of Anc. Scots. Lives 

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Ogilvies, The; a novel, [by Mrs. D. M. Craik], 

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OGilvy, Gabriel. Nobiliaire de Normandie. Vol.1. 

Lonclres, 1864. 8. 

Oginski, Michal. Memoires sur la Pologne et les 
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Ogle, Charles. Speech on the regal splendor of the Presi 
dent s palace, Apr. 14. Boston, 1840. 8. (B 1497) 

2d part: The pretended democracy of Martin Van 

Buren. Boston, 1840. 8". (B 1497) 

Ogle, John W. Reports. See London. St. George s Hos 
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Ogle County, III. HISTORY of O. Co. Polo, 111., 
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Oglethorpe, Gen. James Edward. New and accu 
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KAURIS, T. M. Biog. memorials of O. Bos 

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IMPARTIAL account of the late expedition 

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1742. 8". 

Another copy. (B 920) 

LOCKE, J. Statement in introduction to reports on 

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PEAHODY, \V. B. O. Life of O. (In Sparks, J. 

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SPALDING, T. Sketch of the life of O. (In Georgia 

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WRIGHT, 11. Memoir of O. London, 1867. 8. 
Oglio or Ollio River. Ma p. Desegno del ponte, et fortifi 
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./>., [16]. (E 78, no. 1921) ) 

O Gorham, Richard. Speech at the Academy of Music. 

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O Hagan, John. Belligerent rights at sea. (In Nat. Assoc. 

Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1861.) Amendment of the 

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Chaucer. (In Afternoon lectures, 2d ser. 1864.) 
O Hagan, Thomas, Attorney lint., for Ireland. Address on 

punishment and reformation. (In Nat. Assoc. 
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Coleridge. (In Afternoon lectures, 4th ger. 1867.) 
O Halloran, Thomas. Remarks on acute and 

chronic ophthalmia, etc., and on remittent 
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Yellow fever on the south and east coasts of 

Spain. London, 1823. 8". 

O Hara, Kane. Golden pippin. (In Collection of most 
esteemed farces, v. 3. 17U2.) 

Midas. (In Scott, Sir \V. Hrit. dr., v. 3. 1810; 

and in Collection of most est. farces, v. 2. 17<J2.) 

Tom Thumb; a burlesque opera. (In London stage, 
v. 2. [182-. V J.) Two misers. (In v. 3.) 

O Hara family, talcs of The. See Banim, .1. 

Ohio. Adjutant General. Annual reports for 1861- 
65. Columbus, 1861-6.3. 5 v. 8". 

Canal Coininitxiomrn. Report, with aecomp. docu 

ments. Columbus. 1824. 8. (B 902) Report, 
[Jan. 8]. Columbus, 1825. 8". (B 902) Dec. 12. 
n.p., 1825. (B901, 1108) 

Commissioner of Statistics. Ann. report, 1858- 
61. Columbus, 1859-62. 4 v. 8". 

Convention of 1802. Letter from T. Worthington in 

closing an ordinance passed by the convention, with 
the constitution, n.p., 1802. 8 . (B 502) 
See. also Politics (COKRY). 

- Geologist. 2d annual report, [by W. W. 

Mather and assistants]. Columbus, 1838. 8. 

Governor. Annual message of [C. Anderson], 

1866. Columbus. 1866. 8". 

Legislature. Legislative documents, 1850-51, 

53. Columbus, 1850-53. 2 v. 8". 
Report of special committee appointed by legislature 

on the geological survey of O. Columbus, 1830. 8". 

(E 110) 
Report of the standing committee on the currency ; in 

the senate by M. King, Jan. 10. Columbus, 1838. 

4. (B 1543) 
NOTICES of the Ho. of Rep. of Ohio, Jan., 

1856. Columbus, 1857. 8". 

- Secretary of State. Annual report on the con 

dition of common schools. 1848, 50, 51. 
Columbus, 1849-52. 3 v. 8". 

- State Board of Agriculture. 5th, 10th -17th 

annual reports, 1850, 55-62. Columbus, 
Chillicothe, 1850-62. 9 v. 8". 

Note. The 12-17th reports contain an abstract 
of the proc. of the county agricultural societies. 

State Commissioner of Common Schools. [1st], 

10th annual report. Columbus, 1855-64. 
2 v. 8". 

- - Superintendent of Common Schools. Annual 

report. Columbus, 1839. 8". 
See alao Secretary of State. 

ATVATER, C. Description of antiquities in O., etc. 

(In Amer. Antiq. Soc. Trans., v. 1. 1820.) 

BRAINEHD. J. Fossils of northern O. (In Amer. 

Assoc. Proc.. v. 6. 1852.) 

WIIITTLESEY, C. Description of ancient works in O. 

(In Smithsonian Inst. Contrib.. v. 3. 1S52.) 


HIT,I>RETH. S. P. Biographical and hist, me 

moirs of the early pioneer settlers of Ohio. 
Cincin., 1852. 8". 

See alxo Butler Co. ; Marietta ; and, back, 


HILDRETII, S. P. Original contrib. to the Amer pio 

neer, [1778-1842. Marietta?] 1844. 8. (E 110^ 

EXPLANATION of the map of the lands between Perm. 

West line, the Rivers Ohio and Scioto and Lake Krie 
Salem, 1787. S. (D 1) 

- HARRIS, T. M. Journal of a tour into the 

N. W. territory, made in 1803 ; with a geo 
graphical and historical account of O. Bos 
ton, 1805. 8". 

Same. [Geog. and hist, account only. 1S03 1 MS 

(B 995) 

Kn.iiofR.v. J. ()hi( 

bus, 1821. 12". 

- GENERAL description of the state of O. n.t.p. [1826.] 

1- . (C 277) 

- HlLDRETH, S. P. Ten days in O., 1832. [Pages from 

the Amer. jour, of sei., v. 25.] (E 110) 

Observations made during a tour in 1835, to the Falls 

of Ouyiihogn. [Pages from the Amer. jour, of sci. 
v. 31.] (E110) 

- MICHIGAN sentinel extra. 1835. [Documents rel. to 

the boundary between Michigan and Ohio.] (B 1495) 

;a/etteer. 7th ed. Colum- 




ROBERTS, S. W. On the topog. of the states of Penn. 

and O., [1848]. (In Amer. Assoc. Proc., v. 1. 1849.) 
See ulyo Cincinnati ; Clinton Co. ; Marietta. 


- TAYLOR, J. W. History of the state of O., 

1650-1787. Cincin., 1854. 8. 

- HOWE, II. Historical col. of O., [1673-1843]. 

Cincin., 1847. 8. 

- HARRIS, T. M. See, Description. 

BUTTERFIELD, O. W. Introil. cont. a hist, of the state 

from the discovery of the Mississippi River, [1673]- 
1817. (In his llist. of Seneca Co. 1848.) 

AT WATER, C. History of O., natural and 

civil, [1680-1837]. Cincin., [1838]. 8. 

CHAUNCY, C. Letter to a friend; giving a concise 

ace. of theO. defeat. Boston, 1755. 4. (B 649) 

CHASE, 8. P. Sketch of the history of O., [1787-1832]. 

Cincin., 1833. 8. (A. 43) 

ATWATEK, C. General character and prospects of the 

people of O.; address, 1826. Columbus, 1827. 8. 
(B 936) 

- REID, W. Ohio in the war, [1861-65]. Cin 

cin., 1868. 2 v. 8". 

See also Cincinnati ; Knox Co. ; Marietta ; 
Maumee Valley ; Ohio Citizens ; Seneca Co. ; 
Steubenville; also Soldier s Aid Soc. of N. O. 

Natural history. 

DESCRIPTION du sol, des productions, etc., de cette por 

tion des Etats-Unis situeeentre la Penn.,les rivieres 
de 1 Ohio et du Scioto et le lac Erie. Paris, 1789. 8. 

WHITTLESEY, C. Physical geology of eastern O. 

(In Boston Soc. of Nat. Hist. Mem., v. 1. 1866-69.) 
Seealtso, above, History (ATWATER, C. History). 


CHASE, 8. P. Politics in O. ; letter to A. P. Edgerton, 

Nov. 11. [Cincinnati], 1853. 8. (B 1505) 

CORRY, W. M. Speech, with the proposed amend 

ments to the constitution, March 11. n.p., 1857. 8. 

(B 1508) 

Save the canals. Cincin., 1857. 8. (B 1508) 

Ohio, Prot. Episc. Church in. See Prot. Episc. Ch. in Ohio. 
Ohio, Soldiers Aid Society of Northern. See Soldiers 

Aid Society of N. O. 
Ohio Anti-Slavery Society. Narrative of the proc. against 

the liberty of the press in Cincinnati. Cincin., 

18:i6. 8. (B 1120) 
Ohio Bible Soc. He-port of the proceedings. Marietta, O., 

1816. 8. (B 460) 
Ohio Canal. Commencement of the Ohio Canal, at the 

Licking summit, July 4. Lancaster, 1825. 8. 

(B 1108) 

See also Ohio : Canal Commissioners. 
Ohio Citizens. Celebration of the 47th anniv. of 

the first settlement of the state of O. Cincin., 

1835. 8. 

- Another copy. (B 1172) 

Ohio educational monthly ; E. E. White, ed. Vol. 

14. Columbus, 1865. 8. 
Ohio Falls. IMPROVEMENT of the Falls, n.p.. [18461. 8. 

(B 1605) 

Ohio Historical and Philosophical Society. Trans. 

Vol. 1, pt. 2. Cincin., 1838-39. 2 v. 8. 
Content*. Burnet, J. Letters relating to the early 
settlement of the North-western territory. Walker, 
T. Annual disc., 1837. Harrison, W. H. Discourse 
on the aborigines of the valley of the Ohio. Perkins, 
J. II. Disc, deliv. before the Ohio Hist. Soc. Worth- 
ington, J. T. Essay on the origin and progress of po 
litical communities. Nye, A. Fragment of the early 
history of Ohio ; Address, Marietta, 48th anniv. of the 
first settlement of the State. 

Ohio Indians. PENNSYLVANIA. Commis. to Treat 
with the Indians. Treaty held with the Ohio Indians; 
report, n.t.p. [1753.] f. (A 24) 

SMITH, W. Historical ace. of the exped. 

against the Ohio Indians, 1764, under H. 
Bouquet ; Reflections on the war with the 
savages ; Account of the Indian country ; 
with lists of nations, fighting men, towns, 
etc. Phila., 1766. 4. 

273. (26. 10. 78.) 

Same. With a preface by Francis Parkman. 

Cincin., 1868. 8. 

Note. For other editions and Irans. see Bouquet, 
II. (p. 358). 

Ohio Land Company. WALKER, C. M. History 

of Athens County, O., and incidentally of 

the O. Land Company, etc. Cincin., 1869. 

8. (Ohio Valley Hist, ser., no. 2.) 
Ohio Lunatic Asylum. 3d annual report, n.o., 1837. 8 

(B 1132) 
Ohio Mechanics Institute. Report of the 3d annual fair. 

Cincin., 1840. 8. (B 1185) 
Ohio River. CUMINGS, S. Western navigator; 

cont. directions for the navigation of the O. 

and Miss. Phila., 1822. 2 v. (v. 1, a folio 

vol. of maps, w.). 8. 

ASHE, T. Memoirs of Mammoth bones found in the 

vicinity of the Ohio, Wabash, Illinois, etc. Liver 
pool. 1806. 8. (B 685) 

ELLET, C. Mississippi and O. Rivers; practi 

cability, etc., of improving navigation of the 
O. and other rivers, etc. Phila., 1853. 8". 

HILDRETH, S. P. History of an early voyage on the 

O. and Mississippi rivers, with hist, sketches. (In 

his Original contrib. to the Amer. pioneer. 1844.) 
HUTCHINS, T. Topographical description of 

Virginia, etc., comprehending the O. and 

Mississippi. London, 1778. 8. 

Another copy. (B 343) 

Same. Boston, 1787. 12. (C 64) 

RAFINESQCE, C. S. Ichthyologia Ohioensis; or, Natu. 

ral hist, of the fishes [in] the O. River. Lexington, 

1820. 8. (B 954) 
Ohio River Improvement Co. PENNSYLVANIA. General 

Assembly. Act to incorporate the Co. Phila. ,1855. 

8. (B 1605) 

See also Ohio Falls ; Ohio Valley. 

Ohio Theological Seminary. Statement relative to an in 
tended theological seminary in the diocese of Ohio. 

n.t.p. [London, 1824.] 8. (B 566) 
Ohio University. WALKER, C. M. History of Ohio Univ. 

(In his History of Athens Co. 1869.) 
Ohio Valley. DRAKE, D. Geological account of 

the Valley of the O. (In Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., 

n.s., v. 2. 1825.) 

HILDRETH, S. P. Pioneer hist. ; first examina 

tions of the Ohio Valley. Cincin., 1848. 8. 

- Observations on the bituminous coal deposits of the 

Valley of the O., 1836. [From the Amer. journ. of 
sci.,v. 29. New Haven, 1836.] 8. (E 110) 

- Observations on the saliferous rock formation in the 

Ohio Valley. [From the Amer. journ. of sci., v. 24.] 

n.p., n.d. 8. (E 110) 

See also North- West Territory. 
Ohio Valley historical series. Nos. 1-5, 7. Cincin., 

1868-71. 6 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Smith, W. Historical account of 
Bouquet s expedition in 1764; with a preface by F. Park 
man. 2. Walker, C. M. History of Athens Co., O. 
3. Clarke, Gr. R. Sketch of his campaign in the Illinois 
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J. Pioneer biography ; sketches of the lives of early 
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Little hunchback. Basket maker. Blacksmith of 
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London hermit. Irish mimic. Tantara-rara, 
rogues all. Birth-day. A beggar on horseback. 4. 
World in a village. Highland reel. Magic banner. 
Farmer. Man milliner. Prisoner at large. Love 
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Okey, Charles Henry. Digest of the law, etc., af 
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Oksana ; ancienne chronique de 1 LTkraine ; par 

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Old adventures; by J. S. Knowles. (In his Select works, 
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Old England in a storm. London, 1821. 8". (B 1424) 
Old England s worthies; a gallery of portraits. 

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Old English baron, The ; [by C. Reeve]. London, 

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- Same. Phila., 1839. 16. 

Old English homilies and homiletic treatises of the 

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Old fashioned girl, An ; by L. M. Alcott. Boston, 

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Old flag, The; first pub. by Union prisoners at 
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Old Hicks, the guide; by C. W. Webber. N. Y., 

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Old judge, The; by T. C. Haliburton. (In Eraser s mag., 

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Old law, The. See Massinger, P., and others. 
Old lieutenant, The, and his son; by N. Macleod. 
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Note. From Good words, v. 2. 1861. 
Old London. Set. Archaeological Inst. of Gr. Brit, and 

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Old maid, The; a comedy. See Murphy, A. 
Old maids. CONSIDERATIONS on establishing a college for 

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Old man taught wisdom, The; a farce. See Fielding, II. 
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Old Non-conformists, The; touching the Book of common- 
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London, 1600. 4. (B 647) 
Old Olaf; by M. Thoresen. (In Goldschmidt, M. The 

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Old places revisited; or, The antiquarian enthusiast; 

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Old play in a new garb, An. S?e Rice, G. E. 
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Old saws new set ; by Mrs. Mackarness. London, 

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Old Shekarry, The, pseud. See Leveson, H. A. 
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Old South Church. See Boston (p. 348). 

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Old Testament. See Bible, O. T. (pp. 275-82). 
Old Virginia Gorgics, Extract from a poem entitled; [by J. 

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Oldbury, Eng. CARPENTER, B. Oldbury truth; or the 

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- Same. Added, An essay on criticism. (Vol.1, 

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Essay on criticism, as it regards design, thought, 

and expression, in prose and verse. London, 
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Nixon s Cheshire prophecy at large, llth ed. Lon 

don, 1759. 8. (B 1190) 

Reply to Bp. Atterbury s Vindication of Bp. Small- 

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Oldtown folks ; by Mrs. II. B. Stowe. Boston, 
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Oldys, Francis. Life of T. Pain, with defence of his writ 
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OBSERVATIONS on the indecent and illiberal strictures 

against the Bp. of Cloyne, in O Leary s Defence. 

Dublin, 1787. 8. (B 860) 
Olegario, San. See Ollegarius. 
Oleron. Ancient laws of Oleron. (In Godolpbin, J. S.w- 

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Olim, Les, ou Registres des arrets. See Paris. Parlcnunt. 

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Oliphant, Edward. History of N. America and 

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Oliphant, G. II. H. On the juvenile beggars and industrial 

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Oliphant, Laurence. Minnesota and the far west. 
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- Narrative of the Earl of Elgin s mission to 

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- Present state of political parties in America. 

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- Russian shores of the Black Sea. Edin., 

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- Trans-Caucasian campaign, Turks under Omer 

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Oliphant, Mrs. Margaret O. Wilson. Adam Graeme. 
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The Athelings. (In Blackwood s mag., v. 79-81. 

1856-57 ; and in Littell s living age, v. 50-54. 

- The Brownlows. Edin., London, 1868. 3 v. 8. 

Same. (/ Blackwood s mag., v. 101-103. 1867-68; 

and in Littell s living age, v. 92-96. 1867-68.) 

- Caleb Field. N. Y., 1851. 12". 

- Chronicles of Carlingford. N. Y., 1862. 8. 

Same. (In Blackwood s mag., v. 90-96. 1861-64; 

and in Littell s living age, v. 71-76. 1861-63.) 

- Francis of Assisi. London, [1871]. 8. (Sun 

day library.) 
Historical sketches of the reign of George n. 

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Contents. Queen Caroline. Sir Rob. Walpole; the 
minister. Lord Chesterfield ; the man of the world. 
Lady Mary Wortley Montague. Alexander Pope; the 
poet. The young chevalier. John Wesley; the 
reformer. Commodore Anson ; the sailor. Bishop 
Berkeley; the philosopher. Samuel Richardson; the 
novelist. David Hume; the sceptic. William 
Hogarth ; the painter. 

- Same. Edin., London, 1869. 2 v. 8. 

- John; a love story. N. Y., 1870. 8. 

- Same. (In .Blackwood s mag., v. 106-108. 1869-70; 

and in Littell s living age, 104-106. 1870.) 

- Katie Stuart. N. Y., 1857. 8. 

Same. (In Blackwood s mag., v. 72. 1852; and in 

Littell s living age, v. 36. 1853.) 

- Laird of Norlaw. London, 1858. 3 v. 12. 

- Last of the Mortimers. N. Y., 1862. 12. 

- Life of Edward Irving. London, 1862. 2 v. 8. 

- Lilliesleaf; a concluding series of passages in 

the life of Mrs. Margaret Maitland. Boston, 
1862. 12. 

- MadonnaMary. (In Littell s living age, v. 88-91. 1866.) 

- Magdalen Hepburn. N. Y., 1856. 12. 

Margaret Maitlaud. See Passages (p. 2179). 

- Merkland; or, Self sacrifice. N.Y., 1854. 12. 

- Minister s wife. London, 1869. 3 v. 8. 

- Miss Majoribanks. N. Y., 1866. 8. 

- Same. (In Blackwood s mag., v. 97-99. 1865-G6; 

and in Littell s living age, v. 84-89. 1865-66.) 




- Passages in the life of Mrs. Margaret Maitland; 

written by herself. London, 1849. 12. 
Note. For continuation see Lilliesleaf (p. 2178). 

- Perpetual curate. N. Y., 1865. 8". 

- Sa/ne. New ed. Edin., London, 1869. 16. 

- Same. (In Littell s living age, v. 77-83. 1863-64.) 

- Quiet heart. N. Y., 1854. 8". 

Same. (In Blackwood s mag., v. 74-75. 1853-54; 

and in Littell s living age, v. 41. 1854.) 

- Son of the soil. X. Y., 1865. 8. 

- Same. (In Macmillan s mag., v. 9-11. 1864-65; 

and in Littell s living age, v. 80-85. 1864-65.) 

Squire Bolton s transgression. (In Fraser s mag., 

v. 57. 1858.) 

- The three brothers; a novel. N. Y., 1870. 8. 

Same. (In St. Paul s mag., v. 4-6. 1869-70.) 

Zaidee ; a romance, Boston, 1866. 8. 

Same. (In Blackwood s mag., v. 76-78. 1854-55; 

and in Littell s living age, v. 44-48. 1855-56.) 
Oliva, Fernan Perez de. Obras. 2a ed. Mad/id, 

1787. 2 v. 12". 

Contents. Vol. 1. Los titulos tie los generals de las 
escuelas do Salamanca. Dialogo en latin y en Castel- 
lano. Un largo discurso sobre la lengua castellana. 
Dialogo de la dignidad del hombre. Discurso de las 
potem-ias del alma, y del buen uso dellas. Muestra de 
la lengua castellana en el nacimiento de Hercules, 6 com- 
edia de Amphitrion, tornado el argumento de In latina 
de Plauto. La venganza de Agamenon; trag., cujo 
argumento es de Sofocles. Hecuba triste; tragedia 
[por] Euripides; Oliva, tomando el argumento, y mu- 
dando muchos cosas, In escribio en castellano. 2. Ua- 
zonamiento que hizo Oliva en el ayuntamiento de Cor 
dova, sobre la navegacion del rio Guadalquiver. Razo- 
namiento que hizo en Salamanca el dia de la licion de 
oposicion de la catedra de filosofia moral. Algunas 

foesias. Quince discursos de Ambrosio de Morales : 
,o mucho qui conviene enseiiar lo bueno con dulzura 
de bien decir; La diferencia que hay entre Platon y 
Aristotelcs en la manera de ensenar; Quanto quiere 
Dios que hagamos todo lo que a nosotros es posible en 
todas las cosas, aunque suplicandole por ellas, esperemos 
del el buen suceso ; Dos exemplos notables, donde se 
ve como Dios algunas veces obra en sus maravillas con 
solo BU poder; y otras con servirse de algunos instru- 
mentos naturales; Quan difercnte cosa son grande 
ingenio ; y buen ingenio ; Unos hombres valenmas que 
BUS riquezas, y las riquezas -de otros valen mas que 
ellos; En que consiste principalmente scr un hombre 
necio, y qual esta condenada por lama yor necedad de 
todas; El gran dano quo es en el juez proceder con 
impetu y con ira ; Quien ha sido estimado entre los 
Gentiles por el hombre de mayor sabiduria; y como se 
puede dar a entendcr que se acerto en juzgarlo; Una 
consideracion Christiana de mucho alivio y consuelo 
tomada de un verso del poeta Virgilio ; Un error muy 
daiioso, comun entre los hombres, en desear muchas 
veces lo que no les conviene; Una consideracion por 
donde se puede bien entender, como algunas veces las 
estrellas tienen poderio sobre todo el hombre; Lo 
mucho que importa la bucna crianza de los hijos; 
Quan agradable es a Dios, v quanto importa que los 
criados scan virtuosos ; Del admirable y mas alto 
efecto que hace el amor, quando transforma al que ama 
en el amado. La divisa para D. Juan de Austria, y el 
discurso sobre ella. Tabla de Cebes, filosofo Tebano, 
discipulo de Socrates, transladada de griego en castel 
lano por Ambrosio de Morales. Argumento y breve 
declaracion de la tabla de Cebes. Discurso del licen- 
ciado P. de Valles, sobre el temor de la muerte, y el 
amor y deseo de la vida, y representacion de la gloria 
del cielo. 
Oliva, GiamPaolo. MONTANARO, P. N. (In Grillo, L. 

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Oliva, Pnixxia. HIRSCH, T. Die altere Chronik und die 
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Olivares, Caspar de Guzman, conde de Olivares, 
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CHAMBEKLAYNE, E. Rise and fall of count 
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CROWE, E.E.,a/tc/ JAMES, G.P. R. (In Lives of emi 

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que 8. M. separo dc sua privanza il conde-duque 
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Twenty thousand muskets! particulars of the cap 
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Olive branch and Christian inquirer ; ed. by A. 
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Oliver, Benjamin Lynde. Hints for an essay on 

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- Rights of an Amer. citizen; with a commentary 

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Address before the Temperance Soc. of the Med. 

Class, Dartmouth Coll., Oct. 31. Windsor, Vt., 
1832. 8. (B 1278) 

Address, Dartmouth Coll., induction into the profes 

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- First lines of physiology. Boston, 1835. 8. 

MASS. MED. Soc. (In their Med. comm., v. 7. 1848.) 
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Guide to the castle of Edin. Edin., 1853. 12. (C 275) 
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Oliver, James. Wreck of the Glide, with recollec 
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Oliver, Mary. See Appleton, W. 8. 

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Queens Co. (N. Y.) in olden time. Jamaica, 

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presiding bishop. 1 hila., 1827. 8. (W 1) 
One hour; or, The carnival ball; an original burletta. See 

Bayly, T. H. 
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One week at Amer, an American city of the 19th 

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Oneida Co. (N~. Y.) Agricultural Soc. HITCHCOCK, I. 8. 
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Oneida Female Miss. Soc. Report of trustees at ann. meet 
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Oneida Indians. KIP, W. I. A few days at 
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Onesimus Secundus, pseud. True interpretation of 
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Onesiphorus, pm-ud. Ceylon and the Cingalese. (In Dub 
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Onesta non si vince, L ; comedia. See Giraud, G. 

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Eng. (In Rossetti, P. G. Early Ital. poets. 1861.) 
Ongaro, Francesco dall . La donna bianca dei Collalto. 

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Onkelei, Die; von A. G. A. Muellner. (In his Spiele fiir 
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Only ; [by Mrs. M. A. P. Mackarnessl. (In her Sunbeam 
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Only a clod; a comic drama. See Simpson, J. P. 

Only a tiddler; a Danish romance, by H. C. Ander 
sen. N. Y., 1870. 8. 

Only a girl ; or, A physician for the soul ; a romance 
from the German of W. von Hillern ; by 
Mrs. A. L. AVister. Phila., 1870. 12". 

Only a half-penny ; a farce, by J. Oxenford. (No. 90 of De 
Witt s acting plays.) 

Only son. The. (In Dublin univ. mag., v. 57-58. 1861; 
and in Littell s living age, v. 69-71. 1861.) 

Onolzbach. See Anspach. 

Onomasticon literarium. See Saxe, C. 

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Onslow, Arthur, Seijeant. Substance of [his] speech on a 
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stance of a speech on the liberty of the subject. 
(In 1815; v. 5.) Substance of [his] speech on [re 
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- WOOLRYCH, II. W. (In Ms Lives of serjeants-at-law, 
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Onslow, George. UALEVY, J. F. F. E. (In his Souvenirs. 

Ontario Co., JV. Y. FISHER, M. Brief of the titles of R. 
Morris to a tract of country in the Co. of Ontario; 
[with] copies of the principal acts of Congress and 
of the Legislatures of Mass, and N. Y. 1 hila., 
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Ontwa, the son of the forest. N. Y., 1822. 8. 

Onuba. BARCO Y GASCA, A. J. del. Disscrtacion 
sobre reducir la antigua Onuba a la villa de 
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Oology. See Eggs ; Ornithology. 

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Opel, Peter. ANDRESEN, A. (In his Derdeutsche peintre- 
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Opelius, Constuntinus, pseud. See Sheffer, J. 

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Operations of the Brit, and allied arms, during the cam 
paigns of 1743-44; by an eye witness. London, 1744. 
8. (B 760. 1707) 
Opere vane, transportate dal franzese, e recitate in 

Bologna. Bologna, 1724-30. 6 v. 12. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Pradon. La Statira. Ducier. 
Muzio Scevola. Borseaut. Germanico. Corneille, 
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Maria Stuarda. Racine. Alessandro il grande. La 
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retarding plans for the extermination of O. 
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LLOYD, E. A. On O. (In his Nature of scrofula. 


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Ophthalmoscope. HOGG, J. Ophthalmoscope, its 
value in explor. of diseases of the eye. 2d 
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HEYMANN, F. M. Die Atitoskopie des Angeg undetne 

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SCHWEIGGER, C. Vorlesungcn iiber den Ge- 

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Opie, Mrs. Amelia (Alderson). Adeline Mowbray, 
or, The mother and daughter. 1st Amer. ed. 
Georgetown, 1808. 2 v. 12". 

Same. Boston, 1827. 12. 

- Detraction displayed. N. Y., 1828. 12. 

- Father and daughter. 3ded. Lond., 1802. 16. 
- Same. Boston, 1827. 12. 

Illustrations of lying. From 2d London ed. 

Boston, 1826. 12. 

Madeline; a tale. Boston, 1827. 12". 

Memoir of J. Opic. (In Opie, J. Lectures on paint 

ing. 1809.) 

- New tales. Boston, 1827. 2 v. 12. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Mrs. Arlington. Proposals of 
marriage. White lies. Henry Woodville. 2. The 
Quaker and the young man of the world. A tale of 
trials. Confessions of an odd tempered man. The 
rufllan boy. The welcome home. 

Simple tales. 2d Amer. ed. Georgetown, 

1810. 2 v. 12. 

Same. Boston, 1827. 2 v. 12. 

- Tales of real life, n.t.p. [Boston, 1827.] 12". 

Contents. Lady Anna and Lady Jane. Austin and 
his wife. The mysterious stranger. Appearance is 
against her. 

- Temper, a tale. Boston, 1812. 2 v. 18. 

- Same. Boston, 1827. 2 v. 12. 

- Valentine s eve. Boston, 1827. 12. 

- MARTINEAU, H. (In her Biog. sketches. 1869.) 
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memoir by A. Opie. London, 1809. 4. 

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CUNNINGHAM, A. (In his Lives of Brit, painters, 

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Opinion nationale, L ; Jan., 1864 - Oct. 15, 1876. 

Paris, 1864-76. 23 v. f. 
Opinione, L . 1861-71. Torino, 1861-65, Firenze, 

1866-71. 11 v. f. 
Opinions as to the real state of the nation. 2d ed. (In 

Pamphleteer, 1823; v. 21 of B 838) 
Opinions respecting the commercial intercourse between 

U. S. and Or. Brit. ; by J. Bowdoin. Boston, 1797. 

8. (B 741) 
Opitz, Heinrich. Lexicon Hebneo-Chaldaco-Bibli- 

cum. Lips., Franc., 1705. 4. 
Opitz von Boberfeld, Martin. Auserlesene Ge- 

dichte. Lpz., 1822. 24. (Mueller, W. 

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DAY, II. The opium habit, with suggestions 

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DE QUINCEY, T. Confessions of an opium- 

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LEIGH, J. Experimental inquiry into the 

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MOREWOOD, g. Illustration of the consumption and 

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DOCUMENTS rel. to opium. From the Chinese reposi 

tory, n.p., 1837. 4. (A 44) 




FRY, W. 8. Facts rel. to the opium trade with China. 

London. 1840. 8. (B 1154) 

MUIME, 14. View of tlie opium question. (In his 

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- THELWALL, A. S. Iniquities of the opium 

trade with China. London, 1839. 8. 
O-pceiad, The; a satire; by a mad bull. London, 1810. 8. 

(B 726) 
Oporinus ((ft-rm. Hesrbter), Johannes. NICERON, J. P. 

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Oporto or Porto, Portugal. COSTA, A. R. da. De- 

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Oporto. R. Bibliotheca Publica. Catalogo das 
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Oposicion a cortejo, La. See Cruz y Cano, It. de la. 

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BUSSEMAKER, U. C. Scliolia et paraphrases in Oppia- 

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Opportunity, The ; comedy. See Shirley, J. 
Oppressore e 1 oppresso. L . See Nota, A. 
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Optatianus Porphyrius, 1 ublilius. See Porphyrius. 
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apparatus, n.p., [17 ]. 8. (B 784) 

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- MEECH, L. W. Extinction of light reflected from ter 

restrial objects. (In Amer. Assoc. 1 roc., v. VI. 

- ROOD, O. X. New theory of light proposed by J. 

Smith. (In Amer. Assoc. 1 roc., v. 14. 1861.) 

- BARNARD, K. A. P. Undulatory theory of light. (In 

Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1862.) 

SMITH, .1. Origin of color and theory of light. (In 

Lit. and Philos. Soc. of Manchester. Mem., 3d ser., 
v. 1. 186:2.) 

DEI.AUNAY, C. E. Essay on the velocity of light. (In 

Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1864.) 

- HERSCIIEI,, S. L. (In Good words, v. 6. 1865.) 

- HKLMUOI.TZ, II. L. F. Handbuck dcr physiol- 

ogischeu Optik; [und] Atlas. Lpz., 1867. 
2 v. 8. (Karsten s Encycl. d. Physik, v. 9.) 

FRANCE. Cum. Imp. de V K.rpo*. de 1867. (In the Rap 

ports du jury, v. 2. 186S.) 

- SAU/.VY, A. La verrcrie. Paris, 1868. 16". 

(Bibl. des merveilles.) 

- MARION, F. L optiquc. 2e ed. Paris, 1869. 

16". (Bibl. des mer.) 

Eng. Wonders of optics; tr. and ed. [with 

a chapter on the spectroscope, by C. W. 
Quin]. N. Y., 1869. 16. 

TYNDALL, J. Notes of lectures on light, 1869. 

London, 1870. 16". 

See Amer. Assoc. for Adv. of Science. Pro 
ceedings, panfim, 

See tilxo Blind ; Burning glass ; Color ; Eye ; 
Kaleidoscope; Light (in meilicine); Light, Dei 
ties of; Microscope; Optical Instruments; 
Perspective ; Phosphorescence ; Photography ; 
Polarization ; Refraction ; Spectacles ; Spec 
trum ; Stereoscope ; Telescope ; Vision. 
Optimist, The; by II. T. Tuckerman. N. Y., 

1850. 12". 

Optimiste, L ; comedie. See, Collin d Harleville, J. F. 
Opus ad album. .(In Zetzner, L. Theatr. chem., v. 4. 1613.) 
Or et clinquant ; par A. de Poiitmartin. Paris, 

1829. 18. 

Oracle, The; June 16-19. London. 1790. f. 
Oracle, L ; comedie. See, Saintfoix, G. F. P. de. 
Oracle of liberty, and mode of establishing a free 
government; [by Hermes, pseud.]. Phila., 
1791. 8. 
Oracle of rural life ; almanack for sportsmen, etc. 

London, 1840. 12". 

Oracles. DEQUINCEY.T. Pagan oracles. (In his Memo 
rials, v. 2. 1856.) 

FONTENELLE, B. le B. de. Ilistoire des oracles. (In 

fiix CEuvres, v. 3. 1825.) 

PI.UTARCIIUS. Scripta inoralia. See Plutarchus. 

See alto Vaticination. 

Oracula Sybillina. See Sybillina oracnla. 
Orafo, Orlandino. Sonetti. (In Trucchi. Poesie ital. in- 

edite. v. 1. 1846.) 
Oram, Win. Precepts and observ. on the art of 

coloring in landscape painting. London, 

1810. 4". 
Oran. BOURDON, G-. Notes sur la geog. physique de la 

province d Oran. (In Paris. Soc. de Geog. Bui., 

5e ser., v. 17. 1869.) 

CASTELLANE, L. C. P. de. (In Revue d. D. Mondes, 

nov. 1850.) 

LETTRE d un capitaine de la garnison d O. (In Ter- 

uaux-Compans, II. Archives, v. 1. 1840.) 

MORALES, B. de. Dialogue des guerres d O. (In 

Ternaux-Compans, II. Archives, v. 2., pt. 2. 1841.) 
Orange (Principality). PINETON DE CHAMBRUN, J. 

Leslarmes; persecutions arrivces aux eglises 

depuis 1660; annot. par A. Scha;rFer. 

Paris, 1854. 8". 
Orange blossoms ; comedietta, by J. P. Wooler. (No. 97 of 

De Witt s acting plays.) 
Orange Co., N. Y. EAGER, S.W. Outline history 

of Orange Co. Xewburgh, 1846-47. 8. 
Orange County, 17. WALLING, II. F. Map. 1858. 

Orange girl, The; a drama. See Leslie, 11., anil Rowe, N. 
Orange River Free State. CHESSON, F. W. 

Dutch republics of S. Africa. London, 

1871. 8. 
Orange-Nassau, House of. GROKN v. PRINSTERER, 

G. Correspondence inedite. Utrecht, 1841- 

61. 2 ser. in 14 v. 8. 
Orang-outang. CAMPER, P. De Porang-outang, ct de 

quelques autres especes de singes. (In his CEuvres, 

v. 1. 1803.) 
Oratio ad Christum opt. max. pro Julio n. Pont. max. (In 

Epistolse obsc. vir. 1827.) 
Oratio Dominica. See, Lord s prayer. 
Oration on superstition. Commencement. Williams Coll., 

Aug. 1836. Andover, 1837. 12. (C 273) 
Oration on the beauties of liberty, or Essential rights of 

Americans; by a British Bostonian. Boston, 1773. 

8. (E744) 

Same. 3d ed. New-London, 1773. 8. (B 399) 
Orations. For collections of orations nee the division 

Literature under various names of countries as 
France (p. 1056), Greece (p. 1266); alxo English 
eloquence (p. 8(W); Latin oratory; ulna Pane 
gyrics ; Speeches. 
Orations delivered at Boston, to commemorate 5th 

of March, 1770. Boston, [1785]. 12". 
Content*. 1771, Lovell, -T. ; 1772, Warren,,!.; 
1773, Church, B. ; 1774, Hancock, .).; 1775. Warren, 
j.; _ 1770. Thacher, 1 ; 1777, Hichborn, B.; 1778, 
Austin, J. W. ; 1779, Tudor, W. ; 17HO, Mason, J. ; 
- 1781, Dawes, T. ; 1782, Minot, (T. R. ; 1783, 
Welsh, T. ; Morton, P. Oration at the reinterment 
of J. Warren, Apr., 8, 1776; Allen, J. Poem, occas. 
by affray of 5 March. 

.Same. 2d ed. Boston, 1807. 8. 

Another cojiy. (B 614) 

Oratorum Ronianorum fragmenta. See Meyer, II. Ed. 


Oratores Attici. See Mueller, C. 
Oratores Gncci. See. Reiske, J. J. 
Orators. PLLTARCHUS. Lives of the ten orators. (In his 

Morals, v. 5. 1870.) 

See, ateo the names of orators cited under English 
eloquence (p. 899); France (p. 1056); Greece 
(p. 1266); Latin (p. 1682) ; Spain. 
Orators, The ; a comedy. See Foote, S. 
Oratory. ADAMS, J. Q. Lectures on O. and 
elocution. Camb., 1810. 2 v. 8. 

ALEMBERT, J. le R. d . L elocution oratoire. (In his 

CEuvres, v. 1. 1805.) 

AUSTIN, G. Chironomia ; or, Treatise on 

rhetorical delivery. London, 1806. 4". 

BITAUBE, P. J. Le peuple est-il juge competent de 

Peloquence.- (In Serieys, A. Bibl. acad., v. 11. 

BORELLY, J. A. Sur quelques paradoxes en eloquence. 

(In Serieys, A. Bibl. acad., v. 11. 1811.) 

CICERO. De oratore, De oratoribus, etc. See Cicero 

(p. 586). 

CLARKE, J. Formulae oratoriae. t.p.ic. [Lon- 

dini, 1632.] 12. 

GARDINER, W. II. Address on classical learning and 

eloquence. Camb., 1834. 8. (B 1085, 1695) 

GRIMKE, T. S. Character of the accomplished orator; 

oration. Charleston, 1809. 8. (B 435) 
Oration on the comparative elements and duties of 

Grecian and Amer. eloquence. Cincin., 1834. 8. 

(B1116, E 221) 
GROSSE, J. G. De formandis orationibus. 

Basil., 1613. 8. 
HORTF.NSIUS, pxftid. Deinology; or, The union of 

reason and elegance. London, 1789. 8. (C 101) 
Same. 2d ed. London, 1801. 8. 

IRISH oratory; with its effects on the measure of 

Catholic emancipation considered. (In Pamphle 
teer, 1817; v. 10 of B 838) 

L,ACRETEL.f<E, P. L. Eloquence judicaire. De 1 elo- 
quence de la chaire. (In his CEuvres, v. 1. 1823.) 

LAWSON, J. Lectures cone. O. 3d ed. Dub 

lin. 1760. 8". 

QUINTILIANUS.M. F. Deinstitutioneorat. See Quin- 


SECONDAT, J. B. Distinctions entre ce qu on appelle 

senscommun, jngement, etc.: courtes reflexions sur 
Peloquence, le style, les traductions. (In Serieys, 
A. Bibl. acad., v. 11. 1811.) 




SHERLOCK, D. Peculiarities of popular O. (In Af 

ternoon lectures, v. 5. 1809.) 

TACITLS, C. (.. . De oral, dialogus. See Tacitus. 

- THILO,V. Topologia oratoria. Amst., 1653. 12. 

WAKD, J. System of Oratory. Loud., 1759. 

2 v. 8. 

See alxo Elocution ; Eloquence ; Reading ; 
Rhetoric ; Speeches. 
Oratory, Priests of the. /sVe Mexico. Congregation de el 

Oratorio (p. 1969). 
Orazj, Gli, ed i Curiazj ; dramma per musica. See Cima- 

rosa, D. 

Orbecche; tragedia. See Giraldi Cinthio, G. B. 
Orbeliani, Princess Varvara. VEDEKEVSKI, . Captivite 

de deux princesses russes dans le serail de Cbamyl. 

(hi Revue d. D. Mondes, mai 1856.) 
Orbigny, Alcide Dessalines d . Voyage pittoresque 

dans les deux Ameriques, resume general des 

tous les voyages de Colomb, Las Casas, 

Oviedo, Beltrami, Parry, etc. Paris, 1836. 8. 
Orbigny, Charles Dessalines d . Dictionnaire 

universale d histoire naturelle. Paris, 1847- 

49. 13 v. and Atlas 3 v. 8. 
Orbis Latinus. See Graesse, J. G. T. 
Orbis sensualhim piclus, Orbis vieibilis in variis linguis 

representus. See Komensky, J. A. 
Orcades. CRICHTON, A. W. A naturalist s ramble 

to the O. London, 1866. 16. 
Orcagna, Andrea. Document! dei Lavori. (In Giornale 

storico degli archivi toscani, v. 3. 1859.) 
Sonetti. (In Trucchi, F. Poes. ital., v. 2. 1846.) 

II tabernacolo della madonna D Orsanmichele. See 

Masselli, G. 

Orchards. See Fruit ; Horticulture. 
Orchel weed. SIL.VA FEIJO, J. da. Sobre a nrzclla de 

Cabo Verde. (In Lisbon. Ac. d. Sci. Mem. econ., 

v. 5. 1815.) 
Orchids. DAKWIN, C. Various contrivances by 

which British and foreign O. are fertilized 

by insects, etc. London, 1862. 8. 

LINDLEY, J. Genera and species of orchideous 

plants. Pt. 1. London, 1830. 8. 

WILLIAMS, 13. S. Orchid-growers manual. 

London, 1852. 12. 
Orchomenus. MUELLER, K. O. Orchomenosu. dieMinyer. 

2e Ausg. (Vol. 1 of his Gesch. liellen. Sta.mme. 

Ord, George. Observ. on the moulting of birds. (In 

Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., n.s., v. 3. 1830.) 

Various articles.] (In Acad. of Nat. Sci. Journal, 

v. 1, 4. 1817-25.) 

Ord, Wm. Henry. Dialogue on election by ballot. Lon 
don, 1831. 8. (B 930) 

Ord, Wm. M. Influence of the Thames upon public 
health during the hot weather of 1858-59. (In Nat. 
Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1859.) 

Ord, Win. Redman. Horizontal loophole, and a loopholed 
window. (In Gr. Brit. Corps of Roy. Engin., v. 8. 

Ordeal. GIBSON, W. S. On some ancient modes 
of trial, especially those in which appeal was made 
to the divine judgment through the ordeals of water, 
fire, and other judicia Dei. (In Archseologia, v. 32. 

- GILCHUIST, J. P. Brief display of the origin 

and hist, of ordeals. London, 1821. 8. 

JUDICIUM aqua? frigidse. JrjmciUM aquae calidae. 

(In Bouquet. Hec. des hist, des Gaules, v. 4. 1869.) 

- LEA, II. C. Superstition and force; essays on 

the wager of law. the wager of battle, the 
ordeal, torture. Phila., 1866. 8. 

Mi KATORi, L. A. De judiciis Dei sive experimentes 

veteruin ad scrutandum hominum crimen sive inno- 

centiam. (In his Antiq. Ital., v. 3. 1840.) 
Ordeal ; a critical journal of politics and literature ; 

[ed. by J. T. Buckingham ;] Jan. - June. 

Boston, 1809. 8. 

Note. No more was published. 
Ordege, .Tozef. O narodowos ei Polskiej z punktti widzenia 

katolicyzmu i poste.pu. Paryz. 1840. 8. (E 83) 
Ordelaffi <li f- orli, Famiglia di. (In Litta, P. Fam.) 
Order of knighthood, Tlic. (In Le Grand d Aussy, P. J. B. 

Fabliaux or tales, v. 1. 1815.) 

Order of the Golden Fleece. CHIFFLET, J. J. 
Insignia gentilitia equitum Ordinis Velleris 
Aurei ; Lat. et Gall. Antverp., 1632. 4. 

- WEXBELIN, G. Aries, seu Aurei velleris enco 

mium. [Colophon:] Antverp., 1632. 4. 

Order of the primitive churches as described in the in 
spired writings; by an impartial hand. London, 
1819. 8. (B 1964: 

Ordericus Vitalis. Historic ecclesiastica? libri 
xin ; emend, et animadv. adj. A. Le Provost. 
Paris., 1838-55. 5 v. 8. (Soc. de 1 IIist. de 

- Eng. Ecclesiastical hist, of Eng. and Nor 

mandy ; tr. by T. Forester. London, Bohn, 
1853-56. 4 v. 8. 

- Excerpta ex ecclesiastics; hist, libris ITT. et IV. : relat 
ing to William I. of Eng. (In Maseres, F. Hist. 
Angl. 1807.) 

Ilistoire de Normandie; tr. parL. DuBois. (Vol. 25- 

28 of Guizpt, F. Col. des mem., 1825-27.) 

Vers attribues a lui. (In Paris. Soc. de 1 Hist. Bui. 

Orderly books. See Bleeker, L. ; Burgoyne, J. ; 

Lewis, A. ; Wayne, A. 
Orders in Council. 1660/1-92: [cone. New Eng. :] ed. by C. 

Deane. (In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 32. 1854.) 
Orders in Council, 1808-12. ABSTHACT of the cvi- 

idence taken in the Ho. of Com. against thej/irders 

in Council. N. Y., reprinted [1812]. 8. (B 789, 


BARING, A. Causes and consequences of the 

orders in Council. London, 1808. 8. 

Same. 3d ed. London, 1808. 8. (B 687) 

Same. N. Y., 1808. 8. 

BRONSON, E. Inquiry into the object, nature, etc., of 

the British order in Council, May 16, 1806. Phila., 

1811. 8. (B450, C83) 

BROtOHAM, II., Ld. Speech in the IIo. of Com., 

April 1. London, 1808. 8. (B 687) 

Same. Phila., 1808. 8. (C 33) 

(j R . BRIT. IIo. of Com. Minutes of evidence [on] 

petitions respecting the orders in Council. [Lon 
don,] 1808. 3 pts. f. (A 22) 

HINTS to both parties; or, Observations on the proc. 

in Parl. on the petitions against the orders in Coun 
cil. London. 1808. 8. (B 687) 

KEY to orders in Council. 2d ed. London, 1812. 8. 

(B 789) 

ORDERS in Council; or, An examination of the justice 

of the new system of commercial regulations. 2d 
ed. London, 1808. 8". (B 687) 

PIUI.LIMORE, J. Letter to a member of the Ho. of 

Com. on a motion respecting the orders in Council 
and the licence trade. 2d ed. Loud., 1812. 8. (B690) 

STEPHEN, J. Speech, Mar. 6, on Mr. Whitbreud s 

motion rel. to the late overtures of the Amer. gov 
ernment, with remarks on the recent order in Coun 
cil. London, 1809. 8. (B 725) 
Orderson, J. W. Creoleana, or social and domestic 

scenes in Barbados. London, 1842. 16. 
Ordinary, The ; a drama. Sff Cartwright, W. 
Ordination. BALL,! . Pastorum propugnaculum; 
or, The pulpit s patronage against the force 
of an un-ordained usurpation. London, 
1656. sm. 4. 

CROFTON, Z. Serious review of presbyters re-ordina 

tion by bishops. London, 1660. 4". (B 2) 

. CHAINCEY, C. Validity of Presbyterian ordln. ; Dnd- 

leian lect., with hist. ace. of the epistles ascribed to 
Ignatius. Boston, 1762. 8. (B 51, 152) 

BECKWITH, G. Invalidity of lay ordination. New 

London, 1763. 8. (C 68) 

Second letter on lay ordination, oecns. by [I. Holly s] 

Word in Zion s behalf. New London, 1766. 8". 

PEIHCE, J. Defence of the dissenting ministry; and 

presbyterian ordin.; an answer to the two last 
chapters of The conduct of Mr. Peirce examined . 
Part 2. London. 1717. 8. (B 107) 

PARSONS, J. The validity of presbyterian ordin.; 

sermon. Boston, 1733. 12. (C 50, 53) 

- PHJELATICUS triumphatus ; a vindication of 

presbyterial ordin. and government. Boston, 
1733. 8. 




HAI>FIEM>, T. Apostolical ordination of ministers, 

etc. ; sermon. London, 1737. 8. (B 1861) 

CATHOLIC Curucii. Series ordinationum. 

Ambiani, 1787. 12. 
Another copy. (C 17) 

- LA.MSON, A. Validity of congregational ordin., dis 

course at the Dudlelan lecture, n.p., 1834. 8 Q . (B 
1025, 1085, E 41) 

WHITE, W. Commentaries suited to occasions 

of ordination. N. Y., 1848. 12. 

- GOODE, W. Keply to the Bishop of Kxeter s Letter 

on the validity of the orders of foreign linn-opine, 
churches. 2d ed. London, 1852. 8. (B 1643) 

PlllLl OTTS, II. Letter to the archdeacon of Tot ness 

on episc. ordination. London, 1852. 8. (B 1643) 
Ordnance. SIMIBNOWICZ, C. Great art of artillery ; 
tr. by G. Shelvocke. London, 1729. f". 

LE]?I.OND, G. Artillerie raisonnee. Paris, 

1761. 8. 
Same. Xouv. cd. Paris, 1776. 8. 

- SCIIKKL, II. O. de. Treatise on artillery, 

[1777]; tr. [by J. Williams]. Phila., 1800. 
8 and PI. obi" f". 

HCTTON, C. New experiments in artillery. (In his 

tracts, v. 1. 1786.) 

- ANDERSON, J. Essais sur 1 artillerie de cam- 

pagne. n.p., [1791]. 8. 

LOMIIAKD, . Instruction gur la manfleuvre et le tir 

du canon de bataillc. n.p., [1792]. 8. (B 1156) 

- MONGE, G. L art de fabriquer les canons. 

Paris, 1794. 4. 

GROHERT, J. F. L. Memoire sur le mo yen de 

trainer en bataille les pieces de gros calibre. 
Paris, [1795]. 4". 

TorsARD, L. de. American artillerists com 

panion. Phila., 1809. 2v. 8 and Plates 4. 

LOCAN, M. Explanation of the present practice of 

the horse or field artillery, compared with tran 
scendent field artillery. London. 1815. 8. (B 1108) 

Important extracts; remarks from the report on the 

new system of artillery. London, 1815. 8. (B 1108) 

SCOFFERN, J. Projectile weapons of war and 

explosive compounds. London, 1845. 8. 

SHORT account of an improved cannon. 

Camb., 1845. 12. 

UNITED STATES. Ordnance Dep t. Experiments 

on metals for cannon. Phila., 1856. 4. 

TREADWELL, D. Practicability of constructing cannon 

of great caliber, capable of enduring long-continued 
use under full charges. (In Amer. Acad. Mem., 
n.s., v. 6, pt. 1. 1857.) 

SCOFFERN, J. Projectile weapons of war and 

explosive compounds. 3d ed., rev. London, 
1858. 8. 

GR. BRIT. War Office. Enficld and Whit- 

worth committee; report. [Lond., 1861.] f. 

- RODMAN, T. J. Experiments on metals for 

cannon and the fabrication and trial of a 
15-inch gun. Boston, 1861. 4. 

BENTON, J. G. Course of instruction in ord 

nance and gunnery. 2d ed. enl. N. Y., 
1862. 8. 

TREADWELL, D. Construction of improved 

ordnance. Camb., 1862. 8. 

GR. BRIT. Ho. of Commons. Report of the 

select committee on ordnance. [London, 
1863.] f". 

TENNENT, Sir J. E. The story of the guns. 

London, 1864. 8. 

ANOTHER story of the guns ; or, Sir J. E. 

Tennent and the Whitworth gun ; by the 
Frazer reviewer. London, 1864. 16. 

THOMAS, L. Rifled ordnance. 1st Amcr. ed., 

fr. 5th Eng. X. Y., 1864. 8. 

GILLMORF,, Q. A. Observations on heavy ordnance, 

ttc. (In his Engineers operations against Charles 
ton. 1865.) 

- BARTLF.TT; W. II. <" . Rifled guns. (In Nat. Acad 
of Sci. Mem., v. 1. 1866.) 

AHBOT, II. L. Siege artillery in the campaigns 

against Richmond, with notes on the 15-inch 
gun. Wash., 1867. 8". (U. S. Corps of 
engineers. Prof, papers, no. 14.) 

BRACKENHVRY, C. B. European armaments in 

1867. London, 1867. 8. 

TREADWELL, I). Construction of hooped cannon. 

(In Amer. Acad. Mem., n.s., v. 9, pt. 1. 1868.) 

UNITED STATES. 40th Cony., 3d sess. Report 

of the joint committee to investigate the 
purchases, contracts, and experiments of the 
ordnance department, Feb. 15. [Wash., 
1869.] 8. 


OMODEI, F. Dell origin? della polvcre da gnorra c 

del prime uso delle artiglierie a fuoeo. (hi Turin. 

Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. ;58. 1835.) 

See also Artillery; Guncotton ; Gunpow 
der; Projectiles; Spinguard. 

Ordnance Survey. See Gr. Brit. Ordnance Survey (p. 1218). 
Ordo S. Trinitatis et Redemptionis Captivorum. 

Regula et statuta ; ace. Chronieum Rob. 

Guaguini, de majoribus ministris, cum 

append, ad Chron. Guaguini per J. Bur- 

gesium. Duaci, 1719. 8. 
Ordo recitandi offieii divini, etc. See Catholic Church 

(p. 496). 
Ordre du St. Esprit. Liste chronol. des chevaliers; pub. 

par A. Teulet. (In Paris. Soc. d. 1 Hist. Bui. 

Ordronaux, John. Hints on the preservation of 

health in armies. N. Y., 1861. 24. 



BROWNE, P. A. Lecture on O. Terr. Phila., 1843. 8". 

(B 1516) 

CRITTENDEN, J. J. Speech on the O. question, Apr. 

16. Wash., 184B. 8. (B 1516) 

DAYTON, W. L. Speech on O. Wash., 1844. 8. (B 

1119, 1174) 

FALCONER. T. Oregon question : statement of Brit 

ish Claims to Oregon Territory. London, 1845. 8". 
(B 1516) 

GALLATIN, A. Letters on the O. question. Wash., 

1846. 8. (B1516) 

HAYWOOD, W. II. Speech on the O. question, Mar. 4, 

5. Wash., 1846. 8. (B 1516) 

KELLF.Y, II. J. Discoveries, etc.. on the N. W. coast; 

part of an investigation of the American title to O. 
n.p., [1838]. 8. (B1600) 

MOBDOCK, W . D. C. OurtruetitletoO. Georgetown, 

1845. 12. (B 1516) 

PENDLETON, J. S. Speech on the O. question, Jan. 

26. Wash., 1846. 8. (B 1516) 

POUSSIN, G. T. Question de TO. Paris, 

1846. 8. 

STURGIS.W. Oregon question; lecture, Jan. 22. Bos 

ton, 1845. 8. (B 1195, 1516, 1582) 

Twiss, T. Oregon question examined. Lon 
don, 1846. 8. 

WALLACE, E. J. Oregon question determined by the 

rules of international law. Lond., 1S46. 8. (B1516) 

WINTHROP, H. C. Speech on the O. question, Mar. IS. 

Wash., 1844. 8. (B 1516) 

Speech, Feb. 1. Wash., 1845. 8. (B 1197, 1516) 

Speech, Jan. 3. Wash., 1846. 8. (B 1516) 


FRANCHERE, G. [1811-14.] (In hi Voyage to N. W. 

coast. 1854.) 

Ross, A. Adventures in O. and the Rocky 

Mts., [1813-21]. London, 1855. 2 v. 12". 

KELLF.Y, II. J. Geog. sketch of O. Boston, 1830. 8. 


WYETH, J. B. Oregon; or, Short history of a 

long journey, 1832. Camb.. 1833. 12". 

FARNHAM, T. Travels in O., etc., [1839]. 

N. Y., 1843. 8. 




- WHITE, E. View of O., [1842-46]. Wash., 

1846. 8. 

- FREMONT, J. C. Report of explor. exped. to 

the Rocky Mts., ()., etc., 1842-44. Wash., 
184o. 8. (28 Cong. 2d sess. Sen.) 

- - Same. Wash.,1845. 8". (28 Cong. 2d sess. Ho.) 
Same. Syracuse, 1846. 12. 

- - Same. N. Y., 1846. 8. (B 1600) 

- - Same. N. Y., 1849. 8". 

- ACCOUNT of O.. [1843-44]. See History. 

- Ruitio, pseud. Rambles in the U. S., etc., 

1845, with an ace. of O. London, 1846. 12. 

- DENIS. J. F. [1846.] See History. 

- NICOLAY, C. G. Oregon ; a geog. and physical 

ace. London, 1846. 16. 

- THORNTON, J. Q. Oregon and California in 

1848. N. Y., 1849. 2 v. 12. 

- NEW map of Texas, Oregon, and California. 

Phila., N. A. Mitchell, 1846. 

- PREUSS, C. Map of O., etc., from surveys by 

J. C. Fremont. Wash., 1848. 

See also Columbia River ; San Juan Island. 

See Chinook jargon. 


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- DEMS. .1. F. L/ Oregon ; hist, ct description, [to 1846]. 

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the Sakad Saasteram or Book of fate; tr. by J. Rob 
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and practiced by the natives of the East; tr. by S. Arnot. 
2. Hubboft , Prince. Genealogical catalogue of the 
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Eng. from Russian by J. Glen. Abu-1-Fazl. Account 
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Akbar; tr. by D. Price. Short history of the secret 
motives which induced Alemdar Mustafa Pasha, and the 
leaders of the imperial camp, to depose Sultan Mustafa 
and restore Sultan Selim the Martyr, A. II. 1222. 
Ritual of the Budd hist priesthood; tr. from the Kar- 
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Timur. Account of the grand festival held by the 
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Namely. 1829. Han kooug tsew, or The sorrows of 
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4". Hao-kiu cliuen. The fortunate union, a romance 
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Yakkun X attannawa ; The practices of a capua or devil 
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Private memoirs of the Mogul emperor Humayun ; tr. 
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Commentarius in Canticum Salomonis. Fragm. in 

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Original papers rel. to the exped. to Carthagena 
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Original power of the people of Eng. Ser DeFoe, D. 

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Osborn, ( apt. Sherard. Cruise in Japanese waters. 
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Japanese fragm., with facsimiles of illust. by 

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Osborne, Michael. Sermon, first meeting of the Central 

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Osborne, Thomas. Earl of Dauby. Answer to Examina 
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Earl of Danby. London, 1679. f. (A 51) 

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a letter to a member of the Ho. of Com. London, 
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Earl of Danby. (In Two assoeiations. 1681.) 

SENTIMENTS, The; a poetn to the Earl of Danby, by a 

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Osborne, Thomas. Catalogues of libraries [sold by 
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Gonzales, M. Great Britain. Story, J. Sweden. 
Description of Muscovy. Overbury, Sir T. Observ. in 
Netherlands and France. English gentleman in France 
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Blount, H. Levant. Daulphinois, X. N. Turkey. 
Cartwright, J. Preacher s travels in Asia. Lavenden, 
T. Travels of four Englishmen and a preacher. 
Dandini, J. Mt. Libanus. 2. Baudier, M. China. 
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Cruel proceedings of the Dutch against the English 
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Answer to Declaration. Defence of Dutch E. India 
Co. Confession and sentence of English. Reply to 
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Knight, F. Captivity at Algiers. Dunton, J. Jour 
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De Pontgrave, and De Poutrincourt. Warren, G. 
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Osborne, W. C. Non-imprisonment of children. (In Nat. 

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Osborne, W. G. Court and camp of llunjeet Sing. 

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Osborne, Family of. SANFORD, J. L., and TOM NSEND, M. 

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Osburn, Win., Jr. Ancient Egypt, her testimony 
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Oscan language. MOMMSEN,T. Dieoskische Spraehe. (In 

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Oscanyan, C. The Sultan and his people. N. Y., 

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Osgood, Daniel, M.D. Letter on the yellow fever of the 

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The devil let loose; fast disc., Apr. 25. Boston, 1799. 

8. (B170) 

Discourse. Dec. 29, 1799, death of G. Washington. 

Boston, 1800. 8. (B 173, 229, E 162, W 50) 

Discourse, deliv. at Cambridge, Apr. 8, [political]. 

Camb., 1810. 8. (B 870, 915) 

Discourse, Feb. 4, funeral of J. Roby. Boston, 1803. 

8. (B 174, 229) 

Discourse, Feb. 19, [national] Thanksgiving day. Bos 

ton, 1795. 8. (B 163, 229, 844, 855, 1833, W 38) 

Discourse, general election, May 31. [Boston], 1809. 

8. (B 178, 211, 325, 868) 

Discourse, [state] Thanksgiving day, Nov. 19. Boston, 

1795. 8. (B 229, 843, 855, 2508) 

Discourse, validity of Presbyterian ordination, May 5; 

[Dudleian lecture.] Camb., 1832. 8. (B 171, 195, 
229, 848) 

Reflections on the goodness of God, etc. ; sermon, 

Thanksgiving day, Dec. 11, 1783. Boston, 1784. 8. 
(B 67, 229, 842) 

St. Paul s example a model for ministers; sermon, or 

dination of N. Thayer, Lancaster, Oct. 9. Boston, 
1793. 8. (B 168, 915) 

Sermon, artillery [election], Boston, June 2. Boston, 

1788. 8. (B 325) 

Sermon, ordination of C Francis, "Watcrtown, June 23. 

Camb., 1819. 8. (B 279, 1595) 

Sermons. Boston, 1824. 8. 

Signal advantages derived to nations, etc. ; disc, before 

the convention of Congregational ministers of Mass., 
May 31. Boston, 1798. 8. (B 167, 229, 844) 

Solemn protest against the late declaration of war; 

disc. Camb., 1812. 8. (B 1876) 

Same. 2d ed. Exeter, 1812. 8. (B 286, 915) 

Uncertainty of life; disc., Apr. 2. Boston, 1797. 8. 

(B 151, 172, 229) 
Unsearchable riches of Christ; sermon, [installation J 

of P. Thacher, Jan. 12. Bost., 1785. 8. (B229, 1312) 

Validity of baptism by sprinkling, etc. ; two disc, at 

Maiden. Boston. 1804. 8. (B 171, C 186) 

Same. 2d ed. Chnrlestown, 1804. 12. (B 207) 

Wonderful workfcof God are t* be remembered; ser 
mon, Thanksgiving day, Nov. 20. Boston, 1794. 8. 
(B 229) 

Same. 2d ed. Boston, 1794. 8. (B 1833) 

Same. 3d ed. Boston. 1795. 8. (B 855, 856) 

SMITH, E. The clergyman s looking-glass; an exam. 

of O. s arguments in favour of the antichristian 
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SULLIVAN, J. (pseud. NoviON.^toy de). The altar 

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Osgood, Joseph Barlow Felt. Notes of travel ; 

or, Recollections of Majunga and other east 
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Osgood, Mary. Grand jury s bill against her for witchcraft. 

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Our patriot scholar; disc, in memory of Everett, Jan. 

22. N. Y., 1865. 8. (B 1594, 1961) 
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Osgood family. HOLGATE, J. B. (Inhis Amer. genealogy. 

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Notes of lectures on nat. philosophy. 1st ser. : Gal 

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O Shea, H.A. Guide to Spain. London, 1865. 8. 
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Osier, Edward. Life of E. Pellew, Lord Exmouth. 

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Ossory, Hj,. of. See Newcome, W., Abji. of Armagh. 

Ossuno, Pedro Tellez y Giron, iluca d . CROWE, E. E., and 
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Osten-Sacken, Carl Robert Romanoff, Huron von. Cata 
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Osteria della posta, L ; commedia. See Goldoni, C. 

Osterman (Osterdam), Abraham. Siren lacertina. (In 
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Osterman, Magnus G. Culina mutata. (In Linnaeus, C. 
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Osterwald, Jean Frederic. Arguments of the 
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Catechisme, ou Instruction dans le religion 

chretienne. 4e ed. Amst., 1712. 12". 

- Lectures on the exercise of the ministry ; tr. 

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Treatise cone, the causes of the present corruption of 

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RAMHACH, F. E. ? (In Niceron, J. P. Nachr., v. 18. 

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Ostler, Win. COLLIER, J. P. (In hi* Memoirs of the prin 
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Ostracism. PARAIH.TS, J. A. Deostracismo Atheniensium. 

Lugd. Bat., 1793. 8. (B 708) 
Ostrander, Tobias. Complete system of mensuration 

of regular figures. 3d ed. N. Y., 1834. 12. 
Ostrowski, Jozefat Boleslaw. llewolucija 1830 i 

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O Sullivan, John L. Union, disunion, and reunion ; 

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Osunkhirhine, Peter Paul. Wobanaki kimzowi 

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Oswald, St., King of Northumberland. LIFE. (In Lives 
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Oswald, Kleazer. CAREY, M. The plagi-scurriliad ; a 
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Oswald, Eugene, td. Early German courtesy-books; An 
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Oswald, James, D.I). Divine eflicacy of the Gospel dispen 
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Oswald, John. LIFE. (In Soc. of Anc. Scots. Lives of 
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Oswald fray; by Mrs. II. Wood. (In Good words, v. 5. 

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Overland route from Australia, via Suez to England. See 
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Halieuticon fragm. Incerti auctoris Consolatio 
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- - Fasti, Tristia, Politic epistles, Ibis, and Ha 

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- - The Heroides or Epistles of the heroines, the 

Amours, Art of love, Remedy of love, and 
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Selections, Fragments. 

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Translations from Ovid. (In Pope, A. Works, v. 1. 


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Ovington, John. Reise nach Surate. (In Allgemeine 
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Ovioli, Francesco. Diz. della ling. ital. See Costa, P., and 

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Owen, David Dale. Report of geolog. reconnoisance of 
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Report of the geolog. survey in Kentucky, 1854-59. 

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Report of a geolog. survey of Wisconsin, Iowa and 

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Owen, G. Salt Lake city directory. Salt Lake 
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Owen, Mrs. Henry. Illuminated book of needle 
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Owen, Hugh, Jr. The elementary education act, 1870. See 
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Owen, J. B. Popular investments. (In Talbot, C. J., Vise. 
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Owen, James. History of the consecration of altars, tem 
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Owen (Lat. Audoenus), John, d. 1622. Epigram- 
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con adiciones, etc., por F. de la Torre. 
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Certain epigrams out of the first four books of 

O.; tr. into Eng. by R. Hayman. London, 
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NICERON, J. P. (In hia Mem., v. 16. 1731; and. 

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Owen, John, D.D., b. 1616, d. 1683. Works. 

London, 1721. f. 

Contents. Declaration of glorious mystery of person 
of Christ. Communion with God, each person dis 
tinctly. Nature and power of indwelling sin. Tempt 
ation. Mortification of sin in believers. Death of 
Christ. Display of Arminianigin. 

Brief declaration and vindication of the doc 

trine of the trinity. London, 1676. 12. 

Brief instruction in the worship of God and 

discipline of the churches, etc. London, 

1688. 12, 

- Christologia. London, 1679. 4. 

- Exposition of Hebrews ; abr. with life of the 

author by E. Williams. Boston, 1811-12. 
4 v. 8. 

- Humble testimony unto the goodness and 

severity of God. London, 1681. 12. 

Indulgence and toleration considered. London, 1667. 

4. (Bl) 

Peace-offering, in an apology and humble plea for in 

dulgence and liberty of conscience. London, 1667. 
4. (Bl) 

- Principles of doctrine of Christ unfolded in 

two short catechismes. London, 1684. 12. 

The Sabbath. London, 1671. 8. 

Sermons, also tracts and his Latin orations ; 

with mem. and his funeral sermon, by D. 
Clarkson. London, 1721. f. 

Si veait; Trreu/zrm/cA/, causes, waies, and means 

of understanding the mind of God as re 
vealed in his word. London, 1678. 8. 

Temptation ; the nature and power of it, etc, 

Oxford, 1658. 12. 

- True nature of the gospel church. London, 

1689. 4. 

CANE, J. V. Epistle to the authour of Animad 

versions upon Fiat lux. n.p., 1663. 12. 

MASS. General Court. Letter to O., seconding the 

Boston invitation to him. 1663. (In Mass. Hist. 
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- THOMSON, A. Life of O. Edin., 1853. 12. 
Owen, John. Brittannia depicta, a coppy of 

Ogilby s survey ; added, the arms of peers, 
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Owen, Rev. John, d. 1822. History of the origin 
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Bible Soc. London, 1816. 2 v. 8. 




Address to the of the East India Co. [on] 

Twining s letter, and on tlie views of the Brit, and 
For. Bible Soc. 3d ed. Loud. ,1807. 8. (B 679, 1844) 

Two letters on the French Bible. London, 1822. 8. 

(B 339) 

Uncertainty of the morrow; sermon, on the late fire 

in the premises of J. Ord. Lond., 1808. 8. (B 1345) 

WARING, J. S. Letter to O., in reply to his Brief 

strictures, etc . 2d ed. Lond., 1808. 8. (B 679, 1845) 

Funeral sermon on. 1822. See Dealtry, W. 
Owen, John Jason, D.D. Commentary critical, ex 
pository, and practical on the Gospels of 
Matthew, Mark. Luke, and John. N. Y., 
1857-60. 3 v. 8. 

Owen, Josiah. Difficulties and discouragements that attend 
the dissenting ministry, with proper methods to re 
move them. London, 1735. 8. (B 39) 
Owen, Richard, b. 1804. Anatomy of the verte 
brates. London, 1866-68. 3 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Fishes and reptiles. 2. 
Birds and mammals. 3. Mammals. 

Classification and geographical distribution of 

mammalia ; app. on the gorilla, and on the 
extinction and transmutation of species. 
London, 1859. 8. 

Crustacea. (In Richardson, J., and others. Zoology 

of dipt. Beechy s voyage. 1839.) 

Extent and aims of a national museum of nat. 

history. London, 1862. 8. 

Fossil mammalia. (In Darwin, C. Zool. of the voy. 

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Geology and inhabitants of the ancient world. (In 

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Introductory lectures on the Hunterian col. of fossil 

remains. (In Hunter, J. Essays, v. 1. 1861.) 

Lectures on comparative anatomy and phys 

iology of invertebrate animals. London, 
1843. 8. 
- Same. 2d ed. London, 1855. 8. 

Note on some remains of an ichthyosaurus. (In 

Belcher, Sir E. Last of the Arctic voy., v. 2. 1855.) 

- Odontography ; comparative anatomy of the 

teeth. London, 1840-45. 2 v. 4. 

- Palaeontology ; systematic summary of extinct 

animals in their geolog. relations. London, 
1860. 8. 

- Parthenogenesis ; successive production of 

procreating individuals from a single ovum. 
London, 1849. 8. 

Raw materials from the animal kingdom. (In Soc. of 

Arts. Lect., 1851, 52.) 

Structure of the skeleton and of the teeth. (In Orr, 

W. S. Circle of the sci.. Organic nature, v. 1. 1854.) 

- Zoology. (In Herschell, J. F. W. Man. of sci. en 

quiry. 1851.) 

Owen, Robert. Book of the new moral world ; 
cont. the rational system of society. N. Y., 
1845. 8. 

The human race governed without punishment. (In 

Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci, Trans., 1857.) 

- Life written by himself. Vol.1. Lond.,1857. 8. 
Supplementary app. containing reports, etc. 

Vol. 1 : A. London, 1858. 8. 

Manifesto addressed to all governments, etc., who de 

sire to become civilized. Wash., 1844. 8. (B 1500) 

- New view of society ; or, Essays on the forma 

tion of the human character. 3d ed. Lon 
don, 1817. 8. 

Observations on the effect of the manufacturing system. 

3d ed. (In Pamphleteer, 1818; v. 11 of B 838) 

- Report to the County of Lanark of a plan for 

relieving public distress. Glasgow, 1821. 4. 

HUTCHISON, G. On the new system of equality pro 

posed by Mr. Owen. (In his Causes. 1835.) 

MARTINEAU, H. Biographical sketch of O. (In her 

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- NOYES, J. H. History of American socialisms. 

Phila., 1870. 8. 

- PACKARD, F. A. Life of O. Phila., 1866. 12. 

REYBAI D, L. (In his Etudes sur les reformateurs, 

v. 1. 1858.) 

- SAHGANT, W. L. O. and his social philosophy. 
London, 1860. 8. 

VIEWS favorable to O. s system, n.p., [18 1. 16. 

(C 173) 

Owen, RobertDale. The debatableland between this 
world and the next. N. Y., 1872 [1871]. 12. 

Footfalls on the boundary of another world. 

Phila., 1860. 8. 

- Hints on public architecture. N. Y., 1849. 4. 

- Wrong of slavery, right of emancipation, and 

the future of the African race in U. S. 
Phila., 1864. 12. 

UNMASKED by his own pen ; showing his unqualified 

approbation of [11] work, What is love? or every 
woman s book . N. Y., 1830. 8. (B 1717) 

Y., W. Twelve letters to young men. on the senti 

ment of Miss F. Wright and K. D. Owen. Phila., 

1830. 8. (B 1358, 1854) 
Owen, Samuel R.I. Hindu neology. (In Anthropol. Soc. 

Mem., v. 2. 1866.) 
Owen, Wm. CUNNINGHAM, A. (In his Lives of British 

painters, v. 4; v. 66 of Harper s fam. lib.) 
Owen, Win., bookselltr. TRIAL. 1745. See Zenger, J. P. 

(B 1632) 
Owen, Capt. Wm. Fitz Wm. Narrative of voyages 

to explore the shores of Africa, Arabia, and 

Madagascar; in H. M. S. Leven and Barra- 

couta. London, 1833. 2 v. 8. 

Practice of circummeridian altitudes at sea or on 

shore. (In Amer. Acad. Mem., n.s., v. 2. 1846.) 
Owenson, Sidney. See_ Morgan, Lady. 
Owhyhee. See Hawaiian Islands. 

Owl and the nightingale; poem. Ste Guildford, N. de. 
Owlglass, Tyll, marvellous ad ventures of. See Murner.T. 
Owruczanin ; powiesc M. Czaykowski. Paryz, 1841. 

2 v. 8". 
Oxenford, John. Illustrated book of French songs, 

16th-19th cent. London, 1855. 8. 

Adrienne, the actress; a drama. (In Sargent, E. 

Mod. stand, dr., v. 26.) 

Cleft-stick ; a comedy. ( No. 65 of Spencer s univ. 

stage.) Doubtful victory; a comedietta. (No. 60.) 

Only a half-penny ; a farce. (No. 90 of De Witt s 

acting plays.) The porter s knot; serio comic 

drama. (No. 50) 
Oxenstierna, Benedikt. Leben, von ihm selbst beschrieben. 

(In Schloezer, A. L. Schwed. biog.. v. 1. 1760.) 
Oxenstierna, Johan Thuresson, Grefve. Pensees 

de O., avec reflections morales. Nouv.ed., 

corr. par D. L. M. La Have, 1746. 2 v. 12. 

CROWE, E. E., and JAMES, G. P. ll. (In their Lives 

of for. statesmen, v. 2. 1836. Lardner. Cab. eye.) 
Oxford, Bp. of. See Bagot, R. ; Seeker, T. ; Talbot, 

W. ; Wilberforce, S. 
Oxford, Karl of. See Harley, Robert. 
Oxford, Eng. PHILLIPS, J. The neighborhood of O. and 

its geology. (In Oxford essays. 1855.) 
Oxford County, Eng. DAVIS, R. General view of the 

agric. of the Co. of O. London, 1794. 4. (W 74) 

Oxford University. 

Parecbolae sive excerpta e corpore statutorum 

universitatis O. Oxon., 1721. 12. 
Ashmolean Museum. 

- Catalogue of the A. M., descriptive of the 

zoological specimens, antiq., coins, and 
miscel. curiosities. Oxf., 1836. 8. 

Antiquities and Art. 

MAITTAIKE, M. Marmorum Academise O.dona- 

torum cum variis commentariis et indice 
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RUSKIN, J. Catalogue of examples for ele 

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1870. 8. 

POINTER, J. Antiquities and curiosities of O. 

university. London, 1749. 12. 

- SKELTON. J. Oxon. antiqua restituta. Oxf., 

1823. 2 v. 4. 





WOOD, A. Athena; Oxonienses. London, 
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- Same. 2d ed. London, 1721. 2 v. f. 

- Same. With Fasti Oxon. ; ed. P. Bliss. Lon 

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Bodleian Library. 

Biblioteca italiea ossia Catalogo di libri itali- 
ani posseduti dal C[onte] A. M[ortara] ed 
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Note. The catalogue was made by Mortara. 

- Calendar of the Clarendon state papers in the 

Bodleian Library; ed. by W. D. Macray. 
Vol. 2, 3. Oxf., 1869-76. 2 v. 8. 

- Catalogus impress, librorum quibus aucta est 

Bibl. Bodleiana, 1835-47. Oxon., 1851. f. 

- Catalogus librorum impressorum Bibliothecse 

Bodliante. Oxon., 1843. 3 v. f. 

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Ashmole. Oxf., 1866. 4. 

MACRAY, W. D. Annals of the B. L., 1598-- 
1867 ; with a preliminary notice of the 
earlier library founded in the 14th cent. 
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- Calendar, 1823, 51,55. Oxf., 1823-55. 3 v. 12. 


- Catalogue of graduates. Oxf., 1851. 8. 

- Oxford ten-year book, made up to the end of 

1860, 70. Oxf., 1863-72. 2 v. 12. 

Clarendon Press. 

- Specimen of printing types belonging to the 

Univ. Oxf., 1786. 8. 


- DE QUINCEY, T. Oxford. (In. Ms Memorials, v. 1. 


- NEW pocket companion for O.; with descript. 

of buildings, etc., at Blenheim. New ed. 
Oxf., 1807. 12. 

- Same. New ed. Oxf., 1815. 12. 

- NEW O. guide ; with tour to Blenheim and 

Nuneham. Oxf., 1819. 12. 

- OXFORD Univ. and city guide; with guide to 

Blenheim, Nuneham, etc., with plates. 
New ed. Oxf., 1824. 12. 

- Same. New ed. with add. [without plates]. 

Oxf., 1827. 12. 

Edmund Hall. 

- HIM., R. Goliath slain; being a reply to Nowell s 

"Answer to TietasOxoniensis ". London, 1768. 8. 

- - Letter to T. Newell containing remarks on the 2d ed. 

of his Answer to Pietas Oxoniensis . London, 
1769. 8. (B 21) 

Pietas Oxoniensis; or, Full account of the expulsion 

of six students from Edmund Hall. 2d ed. Lon 
don, 1768. 8. (B 21) 

- NOWELL, T. Answer to R. Hill s Pietas Oxoniensis . 

2d ed. with add. Oxf., 1769. 8. (B 21) 

- PRIESTCRAFT defended; a sermon [on] the expulsion 

of six young gentlemen from Oxford. 7th ed. Bos 
ton, 1793. 12. (C 145) 

- STRICTURES on an "Answer to Pietas Oxoniensis " by 

T.Nowell, by No Methodist. Lond., 1769. 8. (B 21) 

- WHITEFIELD, O. Letter to D. Durell occasioned by 

[the] expulsion of six students from Edmund Hall. 
London, 1768. 8. (B 21) 

- - Same. Boston, 1768. 8. (B 514) 


Epithalamia Oxon.; in Caroli regis cum H. 
Maria connubium. Oxon., 1725. 4". 

Epithalamia O. ; in Georgii in. et Charlottac 
nuptias. Oxon., 1761. f. 


ACCOUNT of the visit of the Prince Regent and 
Emperor of Russia and King of Prussia to 
O. Univ., 1814. Oxf., 1815. 4. 

AMHURST, N. Ternr-filius ; or, Secret hist, of 
O., and ans. to Dr. Newton. 3d ed. London, 
1754. 12. 

ANSTEY, H. Munimenta academica; doc. 
illust. of acad. life and studies at O. Lond., 
1868. 2 v. 8. (Chron. and mem.) 

CHALMERS, A. History of the coll., halls, etc., 
of the Univ. of Oxford. Oxf., 1810. 2 v. 8. 

CONYHEARE, J. Calumny refuted ; answer to 
the personal slanders pub. by R. Newton ; 
the conduct of the Bishop of Exeter, and 
of the Society of Exeter Coll. vindicated. 
London, 1735. 8. 

Cox, G.V. Recollections of O. Lond., 1868. 8. 

MACMICHAEL, W. F. Oxford and Cambridge 
boat races, 1829-69. Camb., 1870. 16. 

JEAFFRESON, J. C. Annals of Oxford. Lon 
don, 1871. 2 v. 8". 

SMITH, O. The Univ. of O. (In ?ti* Lectures on his 
tory. 1866.) 

- THOMSON, J. C. Almae matres; by Megathym 

Splene. London, 1849. 18. 
See also, back, Edmund Hall. 


- Catalogus codicum mss. in collegiis et aulis O. 

Oxon., 1852. 2 v. 8. 
See also Bodleian Lib. ; Radcliffe Lib. 
Magdalen College. 

- Catalogus librorum impressorum bibliotheoce ; 

conf.E. M. Macfarlane. Ox., 1860-62. 3 v. 4. 

- BLOXHAM, J. R. Register of presidents, fel 

lows, etc. Oxf., 1853-57. 2 v. 8. 

- OBSERVATIONS on the original architecture of 

St. Mary Magdalen Coll. London, 1823. 8. 


See Epthalamia; Oxford English prize es. 
eays; Oxford essays; Oxford sausage. 

Organization, Reform. 

- COM^ECTION of papers to explain the mode of sub 

scription required by the Univ. from all young per 
sons at their matriculation. Oxf., 1772. 8. (B905) 

- REPLY. [lst]-3d, to the calumnies of the Edinb. rev. 

against O. 2d ed. Oxf., 1810-11. 8. (B 788) 

- SANDFORD, D. K. Letter to P. Elmslcy, in answer to 

the appeal to Prof. 8. as umpire between the Univ. 
of O. and the Edin. review. (In Pamphleteer, 
1822 ; v. 21 of B 838) 

- NICKLIN, P. H. Report to the board of trustees of the 

Univ. of Penn. cone, the Univ. of O. and Cambr. 
Phila., 1834. 8. (B 1132) 

- COOPER, C. P. Oxford Univ. commission; letter to the 

Duke of Wellington. London, 1851. 8. fE 107) 

- GR. BRIT. Commissioners [on] the State, Disci 

pline, Studies, and Revenues of the Univ. of 
Oxford. Report. London, 1852. f. 

- HAMILTON, Sir W. (In his Discussions on philos. 


- DAUBENY, C. Can physical science obtain a home in 

an English university? 1853. Letter to the provost 
of Oriel on univ. extension. 1865. Proportion of 
graduates in medicine at O. to the population. 1866. 
(In his Misc.. v. 2. 1867.) 

- RUMSEY, Ren. J. O. extension. (In Nat. Aasoc. 

Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1866.) 

- PATTISON, Rev. M. Suggestions on ncad. 

organization with ref. to O. Edin., 1868. 8. 

- - What measures are required for the further improve 

ment of the Univ. of O. and Camb.? (In Nat. 
Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1868.) 




SMITH, G. The re-organization of the Univ. 

Oxf., 1868. 8. 
Oxford Univ. reform. (In Oxford essays, 1858.) 

WRENCH, Rev. J. G. What measures are required for 

the further improvement of the Univ. (In Nat. 
Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1868.) 

See, forward, Oxford review; Oxford spectator. 

Queen s College. 

Orthography nnd ichnography of Queen s College li 

brary, M. Burghers sculp, n.p., 1695. f. (E 55) 

Radcliffe Library. 

GIBBS, J. Ichnographica delineatio Bibliothecse Rad- 

cliffianse. n.t.p. [London? 1737.] f. (E 126) 


BURROWS, M. Pass and class, an O. guide 

book through the classes. London, 1860. 8. 

ROGERS, J. E. T. Education in Oxford. 

London, 1861. 8. 


Defence of subscription to the 39 articles as required in 

the Univ. of O. Oxf., [17]. 8. (B 905) 

See also Organization , also Nat. Assoc. 
Prom. Soc. Sci. ; Statist. Soc. Journ. 

Oxford, Mass. HOLMES, A. Mem. of French Protestants 
atO., 1686. (In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 22. 1830.) 

Oxford chronological tables. See Annales antiquitatis. 

Oxford County, Me. WALLING, H. F. Map. 1858. 

Oxford English prize essays, The. Oxf., 1836. 

5 v. (v. 1, 4 w.). 12. 

Contents. Vol. 2. Street, 8. Art of printing. 
Bartlam, J. Liberty. Copleston, E., Up. Agricul 
ture. Phillimore, J. Chivalry. Mant, It., Bp. 
Commerce. Rudd, E. Connection between intellec 
tual and moral excellence. Wilson, D. Common 
sense. Hendy, A. Utility of classical learning in sub 
serviency to theological studies. Heber, It., Up. A 
sense of honour. Marsh, E. G. Posthumous fame. 
Grey, C. Hereditary rank. Burney, C. P. Love of 
our country. Whateley, II., lip. What are the arts 
in the cultivation of which the moderns have been less 
successful than the ancients? 

3. Attfleld, W. Funeral and sepulchral honours. 
Keble, J. Translation from dead languages. Cole 
ridge, J. T. Etymology. Burdon, It. Comparative 
estimate of the English literature of the 17th and 18th 
centuries. Arnold, T. Eft ects of distant colonization 
on the parent state. Milman, II. II. Comparative es 
timate of sculpture and painting. Ogilvie, C. A. 
Union of classical and mathematical studies. Adolphus, 
J. L. Biography. Rickards, 8. Characteristic dif 
ferences of Greek and Latin poetry. Macdonnell, A. 
Influence of the drama. Sandford, D. K. Study of 
modern history. 

4. Wanting. 5. Eden, C. P. Use and abuse of 
theory. Harrison, B. Study of different languages as 
it relates to the philosophy of the human mind. Wall, 
H. Emulation. Anstice, J. Influence of the Itoman 
conquests upon literature and the arts in Rome. Moz- 
ley, J. B. Influence of ancient oracles in public and 
private life. Vaughan, II. H. Effects of a national 
taste for general and diffusive reading. Jackson, J. 
Character and doctrines of Socrates. 

Oxford essays, contributed by members of the 

Univ. London, [1855-58]. 4 v. 8. 
Contents. 1855. Sellar, W. Y. Lucretius and the 
poetic characteristics of his age. Froude, J. A. Sug 
gestions on the best means of teaching English history. 

Palgrave, F. T. Alfred de Musset. Smith, H. J. S. 
The plurality of worlds. Cpwell, E. B. Persian 
literature. Thomson, W. Crime and its excuses. 
Phillips, J. The neighbourhood of Oxford and its 
gjology. Sandars, T. C. Hegel s philosophy of right. 

Pattison, M. Oxford studies. 

1856. Muller, F. M. Comparative mythology. 
Barnard, M. The growth of laws and usages of war. 
Butler, G. The Raphael drawings in the University 
galleries, O. Morris, W. O C. The land system of 
Ireland. Temple, F. National education. King, 
It. J. Carlovingian romances. Smith, G. Review of 
Mr. Congreve s Roman empire of the west . 

1857. Gladstone, W. E. On the place of Homer in 
classical education and in historical inquiry. Duff, 

M. E. G. Sicily. Wilson, II. B. Schemes of Christ 
ian comprehension. Freeman, E. A. Ancient Greece 
and mediaeval Italy. Powell, B. The Burnett prizes ; 
The study of the evidences of natural theology. 
Bridges, J. H. The Jews of Europe in the Middle 
Ages. Church, R. W. The essays of Montaigne. 
Sellar, W. Y. Characteristics of Thucydides. 

1858. Conington, J. The poetry of Pope. Cecil, 
Ld. R. G. The theories of parliamentary reform. 
Grant, Sir A. The ancient Stoics. Pearson, C. B. 
Hymns and hymn-writers. Dasent, G. W. The 
Norsemen in Iceland. Phillimore, J. G. Influence of 
the canon law. Smith, G. Oxford University re 

Oxford reformers, The, of 1498. See Seebohm, F. 
Oxford review. Vol. 1, 2; Jan. - Dec. 1807. 

Oxf., [1807]. 2 v, 8. 
Oxford sausage ; or, Poetical pieces by the wits of 

the Univ. New ed. Oxf., [1 77-] . 8. 
Oxford spectator; by R. S. C., E. N., and T. II. 

W. Repr. London, 1869. 12. 
Oxford theology; tracts for the times by Drs. Pusey, Hook, 

Newman, and others. N. Y., 1843. 8. (B 1377) 
Oxford tracts. See Tracts for the times. 
Oxford visitor ; picturesque views ; with hist. 

descriptions. London, 1822. 12. 
Oxford young gentleman s, reply to H. Dodwell s 
Christianity not founded on argument , etc. 
London, 1743. 8. 

Oxfordshire, Eng. Poll [list] of the freeholders 
of O. Oxf., 1754. 4. 

HANDBOOK for travellers in Berks, Bucks, and 

Oxfordshire. London, J. Murray, 1860. 12. 
Oxholm, Peter Lotharius. Charte over den Danske Oe St. 

Croix. Kibbenhavn, 1794. (E67) 
Oxnam, John. Enterprises in the South Sea. (In Burney, 

S. Discoveries in the South Sea, v. 1. 1803.) 

Voyage to West India and into the South Sea, 1575. 

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Oxonian in town, The; a comedy. See Colman, G. 
Oxus. WOOD, J. Journey to the source of the 

river. London, 1841. 8. 
Oxygen. CiiACE,G.I. Oxygen and its combinations. (In 

Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1855.) 
Oyanguren, . Supplement a la grammaire japonaise. 

See Rodriguez, J. 
Oyster culture. GR. BRIT. Commission [on] 

Methods of Oyster Culture. Report, with a 

view to the introd. of improved methods into 

Ireland. Dublin, 1870. 8. 
Ozanam, Antoine Frederic. La civilisation chre- 

tienne chez les Francs. Paris, 1849. 8. 

Dante et la philosophic catholique au 13e 

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Documents ined. pour servir a 1 hist. litteraire 

de 1 Italie le 8e - 13e [siec.]. Paris, 1850. 8. 
Contents. Des ecoles de 1 instruction publique en 
Italic aux temps barbares. Notice des manuscrits 
publics dans ce recueil. Texten latins. Graphia aurc 
urbis Roma3. Prsefationes ad chartarium Farfense. 
Obituarium ecclesise Senensis. Hymnorum eccleslastl- 
corum collectio antiqua. Carmina Alfani et Guaiferii. 

Textes italiens. De Jerusalem c(elesti. De Baby 
lonia civitate infernal!. Rime di Buonagiunta da Lucca. 

Rime di Dino Compagni. L intelligenza, poema. 

Les Germains avant la Christianisme. Paris, 

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A. C. Glyn. Phila., 1867. 2 v. 8. 
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physiques. Nouv. ed. aug. by [J. E. Mon- 
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NICERON, J.P. (Iii his Mem.,v.6. 1728; and, Germ., 

v.6. 1752.) 

report on the elevated country between the 

Red and Missouri Rivers. Wash., 1835. 8. 
Ozone. SMALMVOOD, C. Ozone. (In Amer. Assoc. Proc., 

v. 11. 1858.) 

WETIIKRILL.C. M. Ozone and antozone. (/^Smith 

sonian Inst. Report, 1864.) 



P.***, Le 3f.L>. Catalogue [de ses] livree, la vente Oct. 

Paris, 1766. 8". (B 889, 891) 

Jfote. P *** is filled out in ms. Peruzzy or Perussy. 
P ***., M. de. Recherches philos. sur les Americains. See 

Pauw, C. de. 
P***., M. Discours sur les avantages, 1787. See Chastel- 

lux, F. J., marq. de. 
P***. The rights of colonies examined. Prov., 1765. 4. 

(B 14, 652) 
P., Rev. C. K. Boundaries of the Church. (In Tracts for 

priests and people, v. 5. 1861.) 

P., C. R. Epistola critica de punciis controversial Kempi- 
sianie prwcipuis. (In Schelhorn, J. G. Amten. 
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P., E., and J., A. Some miscellany observations on witch 
crafts. See Willard, S. (B654) 
P., F. Pelage, ou Leon et les Asturies sauves du 

joug des Mahometans. Paris, 1826. 8. 
P., G. The moderate Parliament answer to letter [to] a 

person of quality, n.t.p. [16 .] f. (A 54) 

P., I. R. Handbook of familiar quotations from 

Eug. authors. New ed. London, 1853. 18. 

P., J. Letter to a friend in the country; vindication of the 

Parl. proc. this last session, n.t.p. [1680.] f. (A 54) 

P., J. C. Tobago insula? Caraibicse in Amer. sitse 

fatum. Groninga. , 1727. 4. 

P , R. Letter to T. Chubb, occasioned by his True gos 
pel of Christ asserted. London, 1739. 8. (B 1364) 
P., R. Maxims and hints for an angler; by a bungler. (In 

Jesse, E. Gleanings in nat. hist., v. 2. 1832.) 
P., R. Brief inquiry into the dissenting institution, n.p., 

1858. 8. (B 135) 
P., S. H. Jeografia wschodnisy czgsci Europy. 

W Wroclavviu, 1825. 8. 

P., S. W. Important truths in simple verse. Lon 
don, 1841. 18. 
P., \V. The divine right of kings asserted, n.p., [168-?]. 

f u . (A 54) 
P., W. Plain man s guide to the true church. London, 

1714. 8. (C 60) 
Paas, C. and A. Specimen of brass card borders. 

London, 1793. 4". 
Paaw or Pauw, Pieter. NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., 

v. 12. 1730.) 

Pablo; par Mme.E. M. de Garcia. Paris, 1869. 18. 
Pabodie, Wm. J. Calidore ; a legendary poem. 

Boston, 1839. 8. 
Pabst, Heinrich Wilhelm v. Anleitung zur Rind- 

viehzucht. 3e Ausg. Stuttg., 1859. 8. 
Paca, Wm. SANDERSON, J. (In his Biog. of the signers, 

v. 8. 1820.) 

Pacata Hibernia ; or, History of wars in Ireland 
under Elizabeth; [1558-1600; by T. Staf 
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Pacca, Bartolommeo, Cardinal. Historical memoirs 
by himself; tr. by Sir G. Head. London, 
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Pacca, Colanello, author of bk. 7, v. 2. See Colleiiuccio, 

P. Compeudio dell istoriadi Napoli. 
Pacchiarotti, Giuseppe. VERONA, A. (In Amato, G. d . 

Panteon, v. 2. 1851.) 
Pace, Ser, notaio da Fiorema. Sonnet. (In Rosaetti, D. 

G. Early Ital. poets. 1861.) 
Pace, Publius Marius de. See Pacius. 
Pace domestica, La; commedia. See Nota, A. 
Pace fra le tre dee, La, da P. Metastasio. (In his Opere, 
v. 11. 1782.) Pace fra la virtu, La, e la bellezza. 
(In v. 3.) 
Pacha of many tales ; by Capt. Marryat. London, 

1856. 16. 
Pache, Jean Nic. Correspondance [avec] Dumourier, 1792. 

See Dumourier, C. F. (B 796) 

Pacheco, Duarte. Exploits in India. (In Green, J. Col. 
of voy., v. 1. 1745; and Moore, J. H. New col. 
of voy., v. 1. [1778.]) 
Pacheco, Francisco. Epigramas. (In Sedana, J. J. L. de. 

Parnaso esp., v. 3, 7. 1782.) 
Poesias. (In Castro, A. de. Poetas lir. de los siglos 

16 y 17, v. 1. 1854; v. 32 of Aribau. Bibl.) 
Pacheco, Joaquin Francisco. Coleccion de documentos ined. 

See Torres de Mendoza, L. 

Pacho, Jean Raimoiul. Relation d un voyage dans 
la Marmarique, la (Jyrena ique, etc. Paris, 
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Pachomius, St., Abb. ACTA 8. P. (In Acta sanct., v. 16. 

VIE de St. Pncome; par un ancien auteur grec ct tr. 

par Denis le Petit. (In Arnauld d Andilly, U. 

Vies des saints, v. 1. 1716.) 
Pachter FeldkUmmel von Tippelskirchen ; von A. v. Kot- 

zebue. (In his Theater, v. 27. 1841.) 
Pachyderms. JAHUINE, Sir W. Natural hist, of 

the P. Edin., 1836. 16. (Vol. 5 of his 

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See also Natural history ; Zoology. 
Pachymeres, Georgius. Historia rerum a Miehaelc [et] 

Andronico Palirologo gestarum, interp. P. Possino 

(Vol. 13, 14 of Byzant. jiict. ser. 1729.) 

De Michnele et Andronico Palspologis libri xm; 

recog. I. Bekkerus. (Vol. 24, 25 o/Niebuhr. Byzant! 
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French, llistoire des empereurs Michel et Andro- 

nique. (In Cousin, L. Hist, de Constant., v. 6. 

Pacianus Harcitwnensis. Epistolse. (In Florez, II. Es- 

pafia sngrada, v. 29. 1775.) 
Paciaudi, Paolo Maria. Monumenta Pcloponnesia 

commcntariis explicata. Roma 1 , 1761. 2 v. 4. 

Lettere. (In Raccolta di prose : Let. fam., v. 2. 1830.) 
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Pacific commercial advertiser; Dec. 31, 1864; Jan. 14, 1865 

Honolulu, 1864-65. f. (E 194) 
Pacific Islands. DANA, J. D. Trend of islands and axis 

of subsidence in the Pacific. (In Amer. Assoc. 

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Pacific Mail Steamship Co. OTIS, F. N. History of the 

Co. (In his Isthmus of Panama. 1867.) 
Pacific Ocean. ANTILLON, I. de. Carta esferica de 

Grande Oceano ; con analisis. Madrid, 

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1 Ocean Oriental depuis le Cap de Bonne Esperance, 
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JOHNSTON, A. K. Notes illustrative of the physical 

chart of the Pacific O. (In his Physical atlas. 1856.) 

VOYAGES. (In Churchill. Col. of voy., v. 3, 1745; 

Hakluyt, v. 4. 1811; Harris, v. 2. 1764; Pink- 
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Chart. ARROWSMITH, A. London, 1798. (E 66, nos. 


See also Hawaiian Islands ; Polynesia ; 
Voyages round the world. 

Pacific overtures for Christian harmony. No. 1. n.t.p. 8. 
(C 224) 

Same. [1828.] 12. (C 246) 

Pacific Railroad. GRAY, A. B. Survey of a route 
for the Pacific Railroad on the 32d parallel. 
Cincin., 1856. 8. 

HEAP, G. H. Central route to the Pacific ; 

journ. of E. F. Beale and G. H. Heap. 1853. 
Phila., 1854. 8. 

HEINE, W. Le chemin de fer du Pacifique. (In 

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HILL, A. H. Report on the northern Pacific R. R. ; 

made to the [Boston] Board [of Trade], Nov. 27. 
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THE PACIFIC R.R. Proceedings. Memphis, 1850. 
8. (B 1504) 

PALMER, W. J. Report of surveys across the 

continent, 1867-68, on the 35th and 32d par 
allels, extend, the Kansas Pacific R. R. to the 
Pacific Ocean, Dec. 1, 1868. Phila., 1869. 8. 

PARKE, J. G. Report of explorations of a 

railway route near the 32d parallel between 
the Rio Grande and the Gila. [Wash., 
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POOR.H.V. Railroad to the Pacific. (In Amer. Geog. 

Statist. Soc. Bui., v.l. 1854.) 

POPE, J. Report of exploration of a route for 

the Pacific R. R., near the 32d parallel. 
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STEVENS, I. I. Report of exploration for a 

route for the Pacific railroad, near the 47th 
and 49th parallels, from St. Paul to Puget 
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- U. S. War Dep t. Reports of explorations 

and surveys to ascertain the most practicable 
route for a R, R. to the Pacific Ocean ; made 
1853-54. Wash., 1855-60. 12 v. in 13 pts. 4. 

WHIFFLE, A. W. Report of explorations for 

a railway from the Mississippi to the Pacific. 
n.t.p. [Wash., 1854.] 8. [33d Cong. 2d 
sess. Sen., 78.) 
See also Kansas. 

Pacific Railroad Co. of California. By-laws. (In Cali 
fornia. Legislature. General railroad laws. 1862.) 

Pacific States. KNIGHT, W. H. Hand-book 
almanac for the Pacific States. S. Francisco, 
1862. 24. 

Pacific Steam Navigation Co. WHEELHIGHT, W. State 
ments and documents rel. to the establishment of 
Bteam navigation in the Pacific. London, 1838. 8. 
(B 1742) 

Pacificatory letter about psalmody. [Boston, 1724.] 8. 

Pacifico de Monte Cassiano. Relation succincte de la Pen- 
tapole Libyque, tr. par M. de Laporte. (In Paris. 
Soc. de Geog. Rec. des voy., v. 2. 1825.) 

Pacificus, pseud. Appeal to Amer. Christians on the prac 
tice of war. N. Y., 1830. 8. (B 1786) 

Pacificus, pseud. Rights and privileges of the states in re 
gard to slavery; essays in the Western reserve 
chronicle after the election of 1842. n.p., 1842. 8. 
(B 1174, 1499) 

Pacificus, Philo, pseud. The friend of peace. See Wor 
cester, N. 

Pacifique, Le pere, de Protins. Lettre sur 1 estrange mort 
du grand Turc. (In Ternaux Compaus, U. Ar 
chives des voy., v. 1. 1840.) 

Pacini, Giovanni. Satt o ; a lyrical tragedy. Boston, 1847. 
12". (El) 

Same. Hallana, 1846. 12. (E 6) 

Pacio di lieriga, Giulio. Posthumus Pacianus; 
definitiones juris utriusque Pasii novatae. 
Ed. alt., ab A. Corvino. Amst., 1659. 12. 

- NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 39. 1738.) 
Pacius or de Pace, Publius Marius. Antiquitates Caltage- 

ronis urbis pulchernmae Sicil. (In Grsevius. Tliea. 

antiq. Sicil., v. 12. 1725.) 
Packard, litv. . Letter on the retreat of swallows in 

winter. (In Amer. Acad. Mem., v. 2. 1793.) 
Packard, Alpheus Spring, b. 1798. History of the 

Bunker Hill monument. Portland, 1853. 8. 

Same. (In Maine Hist. Soc. Col., v. 3. 1853.) 

Oil the best method of teaching the ancient languages. 

(In Amer. Inst. of Instr. Lect., 1833.) 

Our alma mater; address before the alumni of Bow- 

doin Coll., Aug. 5. Brunswick, 1858. 8. (B 1575) 
Packard, Alpheus Spring, Jr., b. 1839. Embryology of libel- 
lula diplax, with notes on the morphology of insects 
and the classification of the neuroptera. The insect 
fauna of the summit of Mt. Washington as com 
pared with that of Labrador. (In Amer. Assoc. 
1 roc., v. 16. 1868.) Embryology of limulus poly- 
phemus. (In v. 19. 1870.) 

Observations on the glacial phenomena of Labrador 

and Maine. (In Boston Soc. of Nat. Hist. Mem., 
v.l. 1866.) 

Packard, Asa. Description of Marlborough. (In Mass. 
Hist. Soc. Col., v. 4. 1795.) 

Oration, July 4. Boston, 1815. 8. (B 457) 
Packard, Frederic Adolphus. Daily public school 

in the U. S. Phila., 1866. 8. 
Inquiry into alleged tendency of the separation 
of convicts to produce disease, etc. Phila., 
1849. 8". 

- Life of Robert Owen. Phila., 1866. 12. 
Packard, George Washington. Sermon, Dec. 4, 1842. Bos 
ton, 1843. 8. (B 1222) 

Packard, Hannah James. The choice, a tragedy ; 

and other poems. Boston, 1832. 18". 
Packard, Hczekiah. Federal republicanism ; two disc., 

fast day, Chelmsford and Concord, Apr. Boston, 

1799. 8". (B 89, 170, 229, 857) 

The plea of patriotism; sermon, Chelmsford, [thanks 

giving], Feb. 19. Boston, 1795. 8. (B 325) 

Rational method of preaching; disc., June 28, ordin. 

of A. Beattie. Newbnryport, 1797. 8. (B 165) 

- Two discourses on prayer, Wiscasset, Feb. 12. Wis- 

casset, 18U4. 8. (B 203, 229) 

Packard, J. B., and Hubbard, S. Musical gems ; 
hymns arid tunes. [5th ed.] Bost., 1847. 12. 

Packe, Charles. Pyrenees; table of Pyrenean peaks, etc. 
(In Ball, J. Peaks, passes, etc.,2d ser.,v. 2. 1862.) 

Packe of Spanish lies; tr. out of Spanish. 1588. (In Som- 
ers, J. Col. of tracts, v. 1. 1809.) 

Pacuvius, Marcus. Fragm. (In Estienne, R. Fr. poet, 
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Paddiana ; or, Scraps and sketches of Irish life. 
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Paddle wheels. BUSBY, C. A. Essay on the propulsion of 
navigable bodies. N. Y., 1818. 8. (B 456, 526) 

Paddock, Judah. Narrative of the shipwreck of 
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Paddock, Seth B. Sermon, omnipresence of God. (In 
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Paddon, John. Harmonic cards and a musical 
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Padlock, The. See Bickerstaff. I. 
Padova. See Padua. 
Padovani, Girolamo. Novella. (In Roscoe, T. Ital. nov., 

v. 4. 1823.) 

Padre de famiglia, II; commedia. See Goldoni, C. 
Padre de familia. (In Teatro nuevo esp., v. 6. 1801.) 
Padre per amore, II; commedia. See Goldoni, C. 
Padrino, El, y el pretendiente; comedia. /See CruzyCano, 

R. de la. 
Padua. Agriculture, POGGI, E. Intorno alia storia 

e collez. delle leggi riferibili all agricoltura. (In 

Archivio stor. Hal., n.s., v. 4. pt. 1. 1843.) 

Art. BUKGES, W. La Ragione de Padoue. (In 

Annales archeol., v. 18-19,26. 1858-69.) 

Biography and Literary history, VP:DOVA, G. 

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Description. FERRARIO, G. (In his Costume, v. 10. 


Education. RICCOBONI, A. De gymnasio Patavino. 

(In Grsevius. Thes. antiq. Ital., v. 6, pt. 4. 1704.) 

History. CORTUSIO, G. and A. Historia de novitati- 

bus Pad use, 1256-1364. (In Grsevius and Burmann. 
Thes. antiq. Ital., v. 6, pt. 1. 1704; and in Mura- 
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FERRARI, O. Oratio de laudibus urbis Patavii. (In 

Grsevius and Burmann. Thes. antiq. Ital., v. 6, 
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CITTADELLA, G. Storia della dominazione 

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GENNARI, G. Annali della citta di Padova 

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MONACHI 1 aduani Chronicorum libres tres. (In 

Graevius. Thes. antiq. Ital., v. 6, pt. 1. 1722.) 
MUSSATO, A. Historian Augustse de gestis Henrici 

VII. De gestis Italicorum postllenricum vil. (In 

Graevius. Thes. antiq. Ital., v. 6, pt. 2. 1722; and 

in Muratori, L. A. Rer. Ital. scr., v. 10. 1727.) 
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1625. 4. 
Latin. (In Graevius. Thes. antiq. Ital., v. 6, pt. 3. 

SAVONAROLA. M. De laudibus Patavii, 1440. (In 

Muratori. Rer. Ital. scr., v. 24. 1738.) 
SCARDEONE, B. Historia de urbis Patavii antiqui- 

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See also Carrara family in Padua . 




Paeon Ainnttuttiii*. Fragm. (In Mueller, C. Fr. hist. Gr., 

v. 4. 1851.) 
Paesios. Vvu-iai Jj&ixal nat Tro^.i-tnai. "Everuiaiv. 

1778. 4. 
Paestum. MAJOR, T. Ruins of P;cstum or Posi- 

donia ; cunt, descr. and views of remaining 

antiquities. London, 1767. f. 
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rennes. t.p.w. [Londres, 1768.] f. 

- NICOLAS, F. Illustrazioni di due vasi fittili 

ec. trovati in Pesto. Roma, 1809. f. 

- PIRANESI, G. B. Differentes vues dc quelques 

restes de trois edifices dans Pesto. n.p., 

[17-]. r. 

Patus, Lucas. Do mensuris et ponderibus Romania et 
Graecls. (In Grsevius, J. G. Thes. antiq. Rom., 
v. 11. 1699.) 
Paganelli, Graziano, Cardinal. FABRONI, A. (In his 

Mem. di Pisani, v. 4. 1792.) 
Pagani, Giuseppi. C.Ualogo dei libri vendibili 

presso G. Pagani e F. Firenze, 1838. 8. 
Paganism. CHASTEL, E. Histoire de la destruc 
tion du paganisme dans 1 empire d Orient. 
Paris, 1850. 8. 

See also Greece : Religion , Mythology ; 
Rome : Religion. 

Pagano, Carlo. Delle imprese e del dominio dei 
Genovesi nella Grecia ; [pub. da G. M. 
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Page, Charles Grafton. History of induction ; the 
American claim to the induction coil and its 
electrostatic developments. Wash., 1867 
[1868]. 8. 

- Psychomancy ; spirit rapping and table tippings 

exposed. N. Y., 18-53. 12. 
Electro-magnetism as a motive force. (In Amer. 

Assoc. Proc., v. 4. 1851.) 

Page, David. Advanced text book of physical 
geog. Edin., 1864. 12. 

- Geology for general readers ; a series of popular 

sketches in geol. and palaeontology. Edin., 

1866. 12. 

Page, David Perkins. Mutual duties of parents and teach 
ers; lecture before the Amer. Inst. of Instr. Host.. 

1838. 8". (B 1165) 
- Same. (In Amer. Inst. of Instr. Lect., 1838.) 

Advancement in means and methods of public in 
struction. (In 1843.) 
Page, Edward Postlethwayt. Nature s oracle the word of 

God. etc. N. Y., 1825. 8. (B 1234) 
Page, Harlan. HALLOCK, W. A. Memoir of P 

X. Y., 1836. 18. 
Page, Henry, It. XT. Trial at court martial for misconduct 

in the engagement of Feb. 11, 1743. (In Trials at 

large. 1745.) 
Page, John. Address to the citizens of York, Va n 

17U6. 8. (B 343) 
Page, Mary. GILL, J. Essay occas. by two funeral disc. 

pub. on [her] death. London, 1729. 8. (0201) 
Page, Samuel. Journal kept during the campaign of 1779, 
r with notes. (In Essex Inst. Hist, col., v. 4. 1862.) 
Page, Iliomas. Report upon the system of weaving by 

compressed air in the patent pneumatic loom. 

Camb.. 1864. 4. (A 65) 

Page, Thomas J. La Plata, the Argentine Confeder 
ation, and Paraguay, 1853-56. N.Y., 1859. 8. 

Page disgracie, Le; par F. L Hermite. (In Biblioth univ 
des romans, Xouv., v. 22. 1799.) 

Page du due de Savoie, Le; par A. Dumas. Nouv. 
cd. Paris, 1862. 2 v. 18. 

Pageants. See Anne, daughter of George n. ; Antwerp ; 

Coventry ; Frederic Henry, Prince of Oraniie : 

London ; Philip, Prince, of the Two SicUitt. 
Pagenstreiche ; von A. v. Kotzebue. (In Ids Theater, 

v. 17. 1841.) 

Pages, Francois Xavier. Histoire secrete de la 
Revolution Franchise. Paris, 1800. 5 v. 8. 

Pages, L6on. Bibliographic japonaise ; catalogue 
des ouvrages rel. au Japon. Paris, 1859. 4. 
277. (10. 12. 78.) 

Pages, Pierre Marie Francois, vote. de. Voyages 

autour du monde, et vers les deux poles, par 

terre et par mer, 1767-76. Par., 1782. 2 v. 8. 

- Eng. trans, of Vol. 1. Travels round the 

world, 1767-71. Dublin, 1791. 8. 

Paget, Rev. Francis Edward. Sermons on the 
duties of daily life. N. Y., 1847. 12. 

Paget, Gcors- E. General influence of scientific culture. 
(In Youmans, E. L. Mod. culture. 1867.) 

Paget, Henry, L<1. Some reflections upon the administra 
tion of government. London, 1740. 8. (B 578) 

Paget, James. Catalogue of the anatomical museum 
of St. Bartholomew s Hospital. London, 
1846-51. 2 v. 8. 

Contusions. Sinus and fistula. Tumours. Ulcers. 
Wounds. (In Holmes, T. Syst. of surg., v. 1 

Importance of the study of physiology by all classes. 

(In Roy. Inst. Lect. on educ. 1855; and in 
Youmans, E. L. Modern culture. 1867.) 

Lectures on surgical pathology. London, 

1853. 2 v. 8. 
. Same. Rev. and ed. by W. Turner. 3d 

Amer. ed. Phila., 1865. 8. 

Paget, Rev. John. Defence of church-government, 
according to the practice of the Reformed 
Churches. London, 1641. 4 
Paget, John, b. 1808. Hungary and Transylvania. 

London, 1850. 2 v. 8. 

Paget, John, Barrister at Law. Inquiry into the 
evidence relating to the charges brought by 
Macaulay against Penn. Edin., 1858. 12". 
- New Examen ; an inquiry into the evidence 
relating to certain passages in Macaulay s 
History cone. Marlborough, Glencoe, the 
Highlands, Dundee, Penn. Edin., London 
1861. 8. 
Paget, John II., Marquis of Anglesey. MARTINEAU, H. 

(Inker Biog. sketches. 1869.) 

Paget, Thomas. Letter to Ricardo on estimating the extent 
of the late depreciation in currency; and effects of 
Peel s bill for resumption; [also] letter to Sir F 
Burdett upon his presenting the petition of West 
minster. London, 1822. 8. (B 1677) 
Paget family. (In Sanford, J. L., and Townsend, M- 

Great go v. fain., v. 1. 1865.) 
Pagi, Antoine. NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 1. 1729- 

and, Germ., v. 1. 1749.) 
Pagi, Francois. XICEHON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 7. 1729- 

and, Germ., v. 7. 1753.) 

Pagitt, Ephraim. Heresiography ; a description 
of heretickes and sectaries in these times. 
Sixt addition [sic]. London, 1661. 8. 
Pagliardini, Tito. Improved dwellings for the industrial 
classes. (In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 
1862.) Several articles.] (In 1867.) Land laws 
of Europe. (In 1869.) 
Pagni, Giovanni. FABRO.VI, A. (Inhis Memorie di Pisani. 

v. 3. 1792.) 

Pagnini, Giovanni Francisco. Saggio sopr a il giusto pregio 
delle cose, la giusta valuta delle m oneta, e sopra il 
commercio dei Roman!. (In Econ. class. Hal., pte. 
mod., v. 2. 1804.) 
Pahlin, Le comte de. De 1 etude des hieroglyphes ; 

fragmens. Paris, 1812. 5 v. 8. 
Paid in full: by H. J. Byron. (In Temple Bar, v. 11-13. 


Paige, A. Elcctropathic guide. Boston, 1849. 8. 
Paige, Rev. Christopher. Nature and necessity of good 
works, etc. , sermon to Female Benev. Soc., Rox- 
bury, N. H. Keene, 1816. 8. (C 209) 
Paige, Eldridge. Short patent sermons ; by Dow, 

Jr. [pseud.]. Vol. 3. N. Y., 1850. 8. 
Paige, Lucius Robinson. Address, centennial 
celebration, Hardwick, Mass., Nov. 15. 
Camb., 1838. 8". 

Another copy. (B 1139) 

Address, inaus?. of A. A. Miner as Pres. of Tufts Coll. 

(In Tufts College. Address at the inaug. of A. A. 
Miner. 1862. B 1576) 




Reminiscences of the Vassal family. (In Mass. Hist. 

Soc. Proc., 1858-60.) Harvard dinners. Stew 
ards of Harvard College. (In 1861.) 
Paige, Reed. Oration, Hancock, July 4, 1803. Amherst, 

1804. 8. (B 416) 
Paignon-Dijonval, . CATALOGUE de dessins et 

d estampesdu cabinet dc P. [179-?] 4. 
Paijkull, C.\V. A summer in Iceland ; tr. by Rev. 

M.R.Barnard. London, 18G8. 8". 
Pailleron, Edouard. [Various articles.] (Jn Revue d. D. 

Mondes, avr. 1864-fev. 1872.) 
Pain, Jiimes. See Paine, J. 
Pain, "Wm. Builder s companion and workman s 

assistant. London, 1762. f. 

- and Pain or Paine, J. British Palladio ; or, 

Builder s general assistant. Lond., 1793. f. 

Pain. HILTON, J. Influence of rest and value of 
pain. London, 1863. 8. 
See also Pleasure. 

Pain and sorrow of evil marriage ; from an unique 
copy printed by Wynkyn de Worde. Lon 
don, 1840. 8. "(Percy Soc.) 

Paine, Charles. Address before the Mass. Char. Fire Soc., 
May 27. Boston, 1808. 8. (B 669) 

Oration, July 4. Boston, [ISO!]. 8". (B 394, 2516) 

LORING, J. S. (In 7>i Hundred Boston orators. 1852.) 
Paine, diaries, Gov. of Vt., funeral sermon on. 1853. /See 

Gannett, E. S. (B 1222, 1247) 

Paine, Kbenezer. HEALY, J. Appeal, in vindication of 
his character against P.; also, an expos, of the 
character of P. ^Boston, [1811 ?]. 8. (C 158) 

Paine. Elisha. Letter from the associated ministers of the 
Co. of Windham to the people in the several socie 
ties in the Co. n.t.p. [1744.] 8. (B45) 

Paine, Emerson. Oration, Brown Univ. .Providence, 4 July. 
Prov., 1813. 8. (B944) 

Paine, Mrs. Fanny C. Biography of S. Paine. (Jn Hig- 
ginson, T. W. Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 

Paine or Pain, James. Plans, elevations, etc., of 
noblemen and gentlemen s houses in Derby, 
Durham, Middlesex, etc. 2d ed. London, 
1783. 2v. f. 

British Palladio. 1793. See. Pain, W. 

Paine, Joseph Warren. STUDLEY, W. S. Final 
memorials of P. ; remarks at his funeral, 
Dec. 29, 1864. Boston, 1865. 12. 

Paine, Joshua, Jr., Funeral sermon on. 1788. See Thacher, 
P. (B 233) 

Paine, Martyn. Defence of the med. profession of the 
U.S.; addr.,Mar.ll. 7th ed. N. Y.,1846. 8. (B1559) 

- Discourses on soul and instinct, and on organic 

life. N. Y., 1849. 12". 

Essays on the philosophy of vitality as contradistin 

guished from chemical and mechanical philosophy. 
N. Y., 1842. 8. (B 1189) 

Examination of a Review of the Medical and physiol 

ogical commentaries. N. Y., 1841. 8. (B 1559) 

Institutes of medicine. N. Y., 1847. 8. 
- Same. 5th ed. N. Y*., 1859. 8. 

Same. 8th ed. N. Y ., 1867. 8. 

Lecture on the physiology of digestion. 4th ed. N. Y., 

1844-45. 8. (B 1559) 

Letters on the cholera asphyxia in the city of 

N. YV, with other letters. N. Y"., 1832. 8. 

- Materia mcdica and therapeutics. New Y ork, 

1848. 12". 

Medical and physiological commentaries. 

N. Y., 1840-44. 3 v. 8". 

Reply to an attack by H. I. Bowditch upon 

the essay on the writings of P. C. A. Louis. 
Boston, 1840. 8. 

Review of theoretical geology. [From Prot. 

Episc. quar. rev. N. Y., 1856.1 8. 

and M. A. W. Memoir of R. Troup Paine. 

N. ~Y.,priv. printed, 1852. 4. 

Bowmxcn, H. I. Remarks rel. to Paine s 

Commentaries upon the writings of Louis . 
Boston, 1840. 8. 
Another copy. (B 1163) 

Rejoinder to Paine s Reply , n.t.p. [1841.] 8. 

Paine, Mrs. Mary Ann (Weeks). See Paine, Martyn, and 

Mrs. M. A. W. 
Paine, Nathaniel. Remarks on the early paper 

currency of Massachusetts ; read bef. the 

Amer. Antiq. Soc. .April 25. Camb., 1866. 8". 
- Report upon American coins and tokens. (In Amer. 

Antiq. Soc. Proc., I860.) 
Paine, Robert Treat, I. 1731, d. 1814. [MEMOIR.] n.t.p. 

[181-.] 8. (B 570) 

SANDERSON, J. (In fiis Biog. of the signers, v. 2. 


SKETCH of the character of P.; from sermon at First 

Church in Boston the Sunday after his decease. 
n.t.p. [1814.] 8. (B1459) 

Paine, Robert Treat, Jr., previously Thomas, b. 1773, 
d. 1811. "Works ; with sketches of his life, 
etc. Boston, 1812. 8. 

Contents. Sketches of the life, etc., of P. Tributary 
lines. College exercises-. Miscellaneous poems. 
Odes and songs. Prose writings. Notes. 

Eulogy on Washington. Newbnryport, Jan. 2. New- 

buryport, 1800. 8. (B 87, 1879, 2510, E 61, W 52) 

The hasty-pudding; a poem; also The ruling passion. 

Hallo-well, 1815. 12. (D 20) 

Invention of letters; poem, Cambridge, July 15. Bos 

ton, 1795. 4. (H 22, W 58) 

Same. 2d ed. Boston, 1795. 4. (B 650) 

Same. 3d ed. Boston, 1819. 8. (B 573, W 33) 

Monody on the death of Sir J. Moore, with notes. 

Boston, 1811. 8. (B 439, 573) 

Ode for Independence, 1810. Cutting. (C 307) 

Oration, Boston, July 17, [on] the dissolution of trea 

ties between France and the U. 8. Boston, 1799. 8. 
(B 138, 1839) 

The ruling passion; written by the appointment of the 

Soc. of" the <I>.B.K., July 20. Bost,, 1797. 4. (B 650) 
See also, above . The hasty pudding. 

LORING, J. S. (Jn fits Hundred Boston orators. 1852.) 
Paine, Robert Treat, Jr. Latitudes and longitudes of sev 
eral places in the U. S. Table of the longitude 
and altitude of the nonagesimal degree 42 23 28" 
N. for every minute of the right ascension of the 
meridian latitude of Boston, (hi Amer. Acad. 
Mem., n.s., v. 1. 1833.) 

and Borden, S. Tables of bearings, distances, etc. 

See Mass. Secretary of State. 
Paine, Robert Troup. PAINE, M., and Mrs. M. A. 

W. Memoir. N. Y., 1852. 4. 
Paine, Sumncr. PAINE, Mrs. F. C. (In Higginson, T. W. 

Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 
Paine, Thomas, d. 1757. The pastoral charge; sermon, 

Weymouth. Aug. 19, 1719, at his ordin. Boston, 

1720. 8. (C21) 
Paine, Thomas, b. 1737, d. 1809. Age of reason, 

The; an investigation of true and of fabulous theol 
ogy. Boston, 1794. 8. (B 159) 

Same. N. Y., 1794. 12. (B613) 

Same in 2 pts. Wilmington, 1832. 8". (B1717) 

Same. Pt. 2d. ?>.;)., 17 1 J6. 8. (B197) 

Same. Paris, n.d. 8. (B1699) 

Agrarian justice, opposed to Agrarian law. Phila., 

[17]- 8. (B354) 

American crisis. No. v.; addr. to Sir W. Howe. Lan 

caster, New Haven, 1778. 12. (C 65) 

Common sense addr. to the inhabitants of America. 

2d ed. Phila., 1770. 8. (B 361, 990. 2502, W 23) 
Contents. Origin and design of government, with 
concise remarks on the English constitution. Monarchy 
and hereditary succession. Thoughts on the present 
state of American affairs. Of the present ability of 
America, with some miseel. reflections. Large addi 
tions. The American patriot s prayer. American 
independency defended, by Candidus. The propriety 
of independency, by Demophilus. A review of the 
Amer. contest, with some strictures on the King s speech ; 
addr. to all parents in the thirteen united colonies, by a 
friend to posterity and mankind. Letter to Ld. Dart 
mouth, by an English American. Observations on Ld. 
North s conciliatory plan, by Sineerus. Appendix. 
Necessity of independency. Address to the people 
called Quakers, on their testimony cone, kings and gov 
ernments, and the present commotions in America. 

Note. Large additions has a separate title-page. 

Same. [With] A dialogue between the ghost of Gen. 

Montgomery, just arrived from the Elysian fields, 
and an Amer. delegate in a wood near Phila. 
Phila., 1776. 8. (B 575) 




Note. 3d ed. of Common sense. A dialogue" 
has separate title-page and pagination. 

Same. New ed. 1 hila., repr. Newburyport, [17 ]. 
8. (B 133) 

Jt otc. This and the following four are without 
Large additions . 

Smtie. 1 hila., repr. London, 1776. 8. (B 347, 348) 

Same. London, 1791. 8". 

Same. London, 1792. 8. (B 600) 

Same. London, 1817. 8. (B 1657) 

Sume. Large additions onfy. 1 hila., 1776. 8. (B703) 
Decline and fall of the Eng. system of finance. 12th 
ed. Paris, 1796. 8. (B 667, 754, 1850) 

Same. 1 hila., 1796. 8. (B 1750, 2507) 

/Same. N. Y., 1796. 8. (C 46) 

French. Decadence et chute du systeme de finances 
de I Angleterre; tr. par F. Lanthenas. Paris, 
[17]. 8". (B 808) 

Dissertation on the first principles of government; 
[with his speech in Convention, July 7, 1795]. 
1 aris, 3d year, [1795]. 8". (B 1750) 

Sam?. Phila., 1795. 8". (B 1850) 

Same, without the speech, Paris, [1795]. 8. (B356) 

French. Dissertation sur les premiers principes de 
gouvernement. Paris, an in [1795]. 8. (B 1892) 

Examination of passages in the New Testament, 
quoted from the Old, [upon] Christ; [with] an 
Essay on dream, [and] private thoughts of a future 
state, and remarks on Matthew and Mark. N. Y., 
[18]. 8. (15209) 

Jet.ts; being a col. of patriotick lion mots, etc., on po 
litical subjects. London, 1793. 12. (D 55) 

Same. [Another ed.] n.t.p. [1793.] 12. (C 155) 

Large additions to Common sense. See (p. 2208-9) 
Common sense. 

Letter addressed to the addressers, on the late procla 
mation. Phila., 1793. 8. (B 423) 

- Same. London, 1792. 8. (B 600) 

Letter to Abbe liaynal on the affairs of If. Amer. 

Phila., 1782. 8. (B 592, 2503, W 23) 
/Same. London, reprinted 1782. 8. (B 637) 
Same. London, 1793. 8. (B 600, C 321) 

- Letter to G. Washington on affairs public and private. 

Phila., 1796. 8. (B 356, 641, W 60) 

- Letter to the people of France, on the event of the 18th 

fructidor, Sept. 4. Paris, 1797. 8. (B 716) 
Same. N. Y., reprinted 1798. 8. (B 776) 

- Letters on government. [London, 1792.] 8". (B 600) 
Opinion concernant le jugement de Louis xiv. Paris, 

1792. 8. (B 1014) 

- Political works. London, 1844. 12. 

- Prospects on the Rubicon; investigation into the 

causes and consequences of politics to be agitated at 
the meeting of Purl. Dublin, 1788. 8. (B 751) 

- Public good; an examination into the claim of Va. to 

the vacant western territory, and the right of the 
U. S. to the same; [with] proposals for laying out a 
new state. Phila., 1780. 8". (B 702, W 21) 

- llights of man ; answer to Mr. Burke s attack 

on the French Revolution. London, 1791. 

- Same. Dublin, 1791. 8. (B 1858) 

- Same. 6th ed. London, 1791. 8. 

- Same, n.t.p. [ Boston? 1791 ?] 8. (B 1693) 

- Same. 3d ed. Boston, 1791. 8. (B 631, 2507) 

- Same. Parts 1, 2. London, 1792. (B 600) 

- Same. Part 2. London, repr. Boston, 1792. 8. (B 

626, 2507) 

- Speech in the [French] Convention, July 7, 1795. n.v., 

[1795]. 8. (B356) 

- Theological works ; with profession of faith of 

a Savoyard vicar, by J. J. Rousseau. Bos 
ton, 1840. 12. 

Contents. Introduction. The age of reason. A 
letter ; an answer to a friend on the publication of the 
The age of reason. Letter to T. Erskine on the prose 
cution of T. Williams for publishing The age of reason. 
Discourse to the Society of Theophilanthropists. 
Letter to C. Jordan. Examination of the passages in 
the New Testament quoted from, the Old, and called 
prophecies of the coming of Christ. Appendix : con 
tradictory doctrines in the New Testament between 
Matthew and Mark. My private thoughts on a future 
state. Extract from a reply to the Hp. of Llandaff. 
Origin of free-masonry. Letter to S. Adams. Extract 
from a letter to A. A. Dean. Miscellaneous pieces. 
Rousseau, J. J. Profession of faith of a Savoyard vicar, 
extracted from Emilias; or, A treatise of education; 
Letter U) his bookseller at the Hague. Taylor, . 
Religious dogmas; their origin and consequences. 

- Writings. Albany, 1794. 8. 

Contents. Common sense. The crisis. Public 
good. Letter to liaynal. Letter to Earl Shelborno. 

Letter to Sir G. Carlton. Letter to the authors of 
the Republican. Letter to Syeyes. Rights of man. 

Letter to Mr. Dundass. 

ADAMS, J. Q. Answer to P. s Rights of man [in 7 

letters reprinted from the Columbian sentinel]. 
London, 1793. 8. (B 596) 

- Same, entitled Observations on Paine s Rights of 

man ; [in eight letters]. Edin., [179-]. 8. (B 575) 

AOOLPIIU.S, J. (In hi* Biog. mern., v. 2. 1799.) 

ANSWER to P. s Rights of man ; addr. to the people 

of Gr. Britain, n.t.p. [17 .] 8. (B 1850) 

BELKNAP, J. Dissertations on the character, 

death, etc., of Christ, and the evidence of his 
gospel ; with remarks on some sentiments in 
the Age of reason . Boston, 1795. 12. 
Another copy. (B 159) 

- BOUUINOT, E. Age of reason shewn to be an 

age of infidelity. Phila., 1801. 8. 

CANDIDUS, pseud. Plain truth; cont. remarks on 

Common sense . 2d ed. Phila., 1776. 8. (B 347, 

CAULILE, R. Life of P., with a list of his works. 

London. 1820. 8". (B 1657) 

CHEETHAM, J. Life of P. N. Y., 1809. 8. 

COBBETT, Wm. Letter to P. in answer to his letter to 

Washington. London, 1797. 8. (B 984) 
Life of P. Phila., 1797. 8. (B 667) 

- DIIEW, S. Remarks on the first part of P. s 

Age of reason . 2d ed. New York, 
1831. 12. 

ERSKINE, T. Speeches on the trial, the king vs. T. 

Williams, for publishing the Age of reason by P. 
Phila., 1797. 8. (B 631) 
Same. 2d ed. London, [1797]. 8". (C 253) 

FIVE minutes answer to P. s letter to Washing 

ton. London, 1797. 8. 

Another copy. (B 343) 

GIFFORD, J. Plain address to the common sense of 

Eng., with P. s Life and writings. London, 1792. 8. 
(B 1523) 

IMPARTIAL sketch of the life of P. London, 1792. 8. 

(B 600) 

KENNEDY, P. Answer to P. s Letter to Washington. 

London, 1797. 8. (B 525) 

Same. 3d ed. London, 1797. 8". (B 619) 

Same. Phila., 1798. 8. (W 60) 

LEVI, D. Defence of the Old Testament; let 

ters addressed to P. Phila., 1798. 12. 

MAKENZIE, H. Answer to P. s Rights of man . 

Phila., 1796. 8. (B 631) 
MUIR, J. Examination of principles contained 

in Age of reason . Bait., 1795. 12. 
OGDEX, U. Antidote to deism; refutation of 

the objections of P. against the Chr. religion. 

Newark, 1795. 2 v. 16. 

OLDYS, F. Life of P. ; with defence of his writings. 

London, 1791. 8. (B 745) 
Same. Boston, 1796. 8. (B 762) 

PERNICIOUS principles of P. exposed; an addr. to la 

bourers and mechanics, by a gentleman. 3d ed. 
London. [179-]. 8. (D 55) 

PRIESTLEY. J. Answer to P. s Age of reason ; a 

contin. of letters to philosophers, etc., of France on 
religion. London. 1795. 8. (B 400) 

Continuation of the letters to the philosophers and 

politicians of France, on religion, and letters in 
answer to P. s Age of reason . Northumberland, 
1795. 8. (B 159, 236) 

REPLY to the false reasoning in the Age of reason 

with thoughts on idolatry, etc. Phila., 1796. 12. (C 
224, W 69) 

SCOTT, T. Answer to P. s Age of reason . (In his 

Treatises, v. 1. 1815.) 

STILWELL. S. Guide to reason; or, Examination of 

P. s Age of reason . N. Y., 1794. 12. (C 65) 

THOMSON, R. Divine authority of the Bible ; 

a refutation of the Age of reason . Boston, 

1807. 12. 

TRIAL of P. for libel, Dec. 18, 1792. Boston, 1793. 8. 

(B 667, 2509. C 76) 

TRUE interest of America impartially stated; 

tures on Common sense . Phila., 1776. 8 . (o M>) 




Same. 2d ed. Phila., 1776. 8. (B 703, 990) 

- TRUE merits of Common sense ; by a member of the 
Continental Congress. London, 1776. 8. (B 381, 615) 

TYTLER, J. P. s 2d part of the Age of reason 

answered. Salem, 1796. 8. 

WAKEFIELD, G. Examination of P. s Age of rea 

son , etc. London, 1794. 8. (B 154) 
Same. Boston, 1794. 12". (B 159) 

WILLIAMS, T. The age of infidelity ; in an 

swer to Age of reason . Boston, 1794. 12. (B 159, 

Same. Part 2 in answer to 2d part of the 

Age of reason . London, 1796. 8. 

WILMER, J. J. Consolation; a replication to P., and 

others, on theologies. Phila., 1794. 8. (W 33) 

WINCHESTER, E. Letters in answer to the 

Age of reason . Boston, 1794. 12. 

Same. 2d ed. K". Y., 1795. 12. (W 44) 

Paine, Thomas, aftencards Kobert Treat, I. 1773. See 

Paine, R.T.,/-. 

Paine, Wm. Address, 1815. Worcester, 1815. 8. (B 939) 
Painter, Wm. Giletta of Narbona. Khomeo and Julietta. 

(In Collier, J. P. Shakespeare s lib., v. 2. 1841.) 
Painter of Ghent, The; by D. Jerrold. (In Ms Writings, 

v. 8. 1854.) 
Paiiiier- engravers. ANDRESEN, A. Die deutschen 

Maler-Radirer, pcintrcs-graveurs, des 19n 

Jahrhunderts, nach ihren Leben und Werken. 

Lpz., 1866-70. 4 v. 8. 

and WEIGEL, R. Der dcutsche Peintre- Graveur 

oder die deutschen Maler als Kupferstecher 
nach ihrem Leben und ihren Werken, des 
16.-18. Jahrh. Lpz., 1864-74. 4 v. 8". 

BARTSCH, A. Le peintre graveur. Yienne, 

1803. 3 v. 8 and Planches obi. f. 

HELLER, J. Zusatzc zu A. Bartsch s Le 

peintre graveur . Niirnb., 1854. 16. 

- RoBERT-DrMESNiL, A. P. F. Le peintre- 

graveur franc. ; catal. raisonne des estampes 
par les peintres de 1 ecole frang. Paris, 1835- 
68. 10 v. 8. 

Supplement; par G. Duplessis. Paris, 1871. 8. 

Painters. BECKFORD, W. Biog. memoirs of ex 
traordinary painters. New ed. London, 
1834. 12. 

- BLANC, A. A. P. C. Histoire des peintres de 

touteslesecoles. Paris, 1862-70. 10 v. 4. 

CARPENTER, W. H. Various papers rel. to artists 

who were contemporaries of Van Dyck. (In his 
mem. of Van Dyck. 1844.) 

DESCAMPS, J. B., and ARGENVILLE, A. J. D. d . 

Vie des peintres. Marseilles, 1842-43. 5 v. 8. 

DUCHESNE, J. Museo di pittura e scultura : 

notizie biog. degli artisti. Firenze, 1839. 12. 

HAMERTON, P. G. Contemporary French paint 

ers. London, 1868. 4. 

LACHAISE, C. Manuel de 1 amateur de tab 

leaux; appreciations sur 1,200 artistes. 
Paris, 1866. 12. 

LEE, H. F. Historical sketches of old paint 

ers. Boston, 1838. 12. 

PILES, R. de. Abrege de la vie des peintres. 

Nouv. ed. augm. Amst., etc., 1767. 12. 

REYNOLDS, Sir J. Chronol. list of painters [with 

their masters], from the revival of the art. (hi his 
Works, v. 3. 1801.) 

- RUSKIN, J. Modern painters. London, 1846- 

60. 6v. 8. 

Same. Vol. 1-2. N. Y., 1854. 2 v. 12. 

Same. N. Y., 1855-60. 5 v. 12. 

TAILLASON, J. J. Observations sur quelques 

grand peintres. Paris, 1807. 8. 


BRULLIOT, F. Dictionnaire des monogrammes, 

etc. Nouv. ed. Munich, 1832-34. 3 v. 4. 

BRYAN, M. Dictionary of painters and en 

gravers. London, 1816. 2 v. 4. 

HOBBES, J. R. The picture collector s manual ; 

a dictionary of painters. Lond., 1849. 2 v. 8. 

OTTLEY, H. Biographical and critical diction 

ary of recent and living painters and engrav 
ers. London, 1866. 8. 

PILKINGTON, M. Dictionary of painters. New 

ed. with add. by H. Fuseli. Lond., 1805. 4. 
SEGVIER, F.P. Critical and commercial dic 
tionary of painters; 8850 sale notes. Lon 
don, 1870. 8. 

SIRET, A. Dictionnaire historique des peintres. 

Paris, 1866. 8. 

- SPOONER, S. Biographical and critical diet, of 
painters, engravers, etc., from anc. to modern 
times. N. Y., 1853. 8. 

There are in the Library biographies of the following 
painters : Allston, W. ; Angelico, Fra ; Bacon, J. ; 
Buonarotti, Michael Angelo ; Collins, W. : Duerer, 
A. ; Dyck, A. van ; Etty, W. ; Gainsborough, T. ; 

Giotto ; Gros, A. J. ; Haydon, B. It. : Hogarth, 
W. ; Holbein, H. ; Ingres, J. A. D. ; Leslie, C. R. ; 

Poussin, X. ; Raffaello ; Rembrandt, 1 . : Rey 
nolds, SirJ. , Rosa, Salvntor; Rubens, P. 1 .; 
Scheffer, Ary ; Shee, Sir M. A. ; Stothard, T. ; 
Turner, J. M. W. ; Vanloos, The : Veronese, P. ; 
Vinci, L. da; Watteau, A. ; West, B. 

See alao Painter-engravers ; Painting : Catalogues 
(the catalogues of some collections, the National Gal 
lery for instance, contain notices of the painters) ; 
also Arts, Fine. 

See also the heading Art. under the various cities and 
countries, especially, Athens (p. 163); England (pp. 
890-91) : Flanders (p. 994) ; France (p. 1033) ; 
Germany (p. 1132) ; Gr. Brit. (p. 1225) ; Greece (p. 
1259); -- Italy (pp. 1240, 41); New England 
(Biography, p. 2103); Spain; Rome; United 
States ; Venice. 

Painters in Water Colors. See Society of Painters in 
Water Colors. 

Painting. General and miscel. works, ^Esthetics. 

BORGHINI, R. II riposo. Milano, Soc. de 

Class. ItaL, 1807. 3 v. 8. 

Du Bos, J. B. Critical reflections on poetry, 

painting, and music, etc., tr. by T. Nugent. 
London, 1748; 3 v. 8. 

FUSELI, H. Lectures on P. London, 1801. 4. 

HAMMEHTON, P. G. Thoughts about art. Bos 

ton, 1871. 8. 

JAMES, J. T. LINDSAY, J. (In Smedley, E., and 

othtrs. Encyc. metrop., v. 5. 1845.) 

LE MIERRE, A. M. Le peinture; poe me. (In his 

CEuvres, v. 3. 1810.) 

LESSING, G. E. Laokoon oder liber die Grenzen der 

Malerey und Poesie. (In his Sammt. Schrift., v. 9. 

PECHEUX, L. Discours sur 1 harmonie en peinture. 

(In TUrin. Ac. d. Sci. Mem., v. 13. 1803.) Du 
gout en peinture, de son application, et de ses va- 
rietes. (In v. 15. 1805.) 

SUTTER, D. Philosophic des beaux-arts ap- 

pliquee a la peinture. Paris, 1858. 8. 

Vossius, G. J. De graphice. (In ftis De quatuor ar- 

tibus popularibus, v. 3. 1660.) 

WEBB, D. Inquiry into the beauties of paint 

ing. 4th ed. London, 1777. 16. 

WORNUM, R. N., and others. Lectures on 

painting. London, Bohn, 1848. 8. 

LEASING, G. E. Vom Alter der Oelmalerei. (In his 

Sammt. Schrift., v. 8. 1822; v. 12. 1808.) 

HIRT, A. Die Mahlerey bey den Alten. (In Berlin. 

Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 1798-1803.) Les difterentes 
methodes de peindre ehez les anciens. (]n 1799- 
1800.) Sur la peinture des anciens, [-B.C. 400]. (In 
1801-02.) A quel point les anciens ont-ils possede 
1 art de la peinture? Re-marques sur les couleurs 
dont les anciens se servoient pour peindre, et sur 
quelques passages de Pline, rel. & la peinture des 
auciens. (In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 1802.) 




- FUSF.LI, H. See, acovf, General works. 

- COOPER, T. Observations on the art of painting 

among the ancients. (In Lit. and Philos. Soc. of 
Manchester. Mem., v. 3. 1790.) 

- ViAimoT, L. Lcs merveilles de la peinture, 

[jusqu a. 1868]. le ser. Paris, 1868. 16. 
(Bibl. dcs mcrv.) 

- WORNUM, 11. X. Epochs of painting char 

acterized ; sketch of the history of painting, 
[to 1847]. London, 1847. 12. 

- DODGE, P. Painting, its rise and progress, [to 

1846]. Boston, 1846. 12. 

- HAYDON, B. II., and HAZLITT, W. Painting and 

the fine arts, [to 1838] ; articles contributed 
to the 7th ed. of the Encycl. Brit. Edin., 
1838. 12". 

- PHILLIPS, T. [To 1833.] See Theory. 

- BCIILEGEL, A. W. Histoire de. la peinture. [to 1830]. 

(In his Lecons sur 1 hist. dps beaux arts. 1830.) 

- MF.MF.S, J. S. Hist, of sculpture, painting, etc., 

[to 1829]. Edin., 1829. 18". (Constable s 
miscel., v. 39.) 

- FIOIUI.LO, J. D. Geschichte der zeichnenden 

Kunste, [bis 1808]. Gott., 1798-1808. 5 v. 8. 

- BOBGHINI, R. [To 1807.] See Gen. and Miscel. works. 

- EASTLAKE, C. L. Materials for a history of oil 

painting, [to 1792]. Lond., 1847-69. 2 v. 8. 
Note. Professes to point out some of the causes of 
that durability for which the earlier examples of art 
are remarkable. Preface. 

- PILES, R. de. Art of painting; with lives of 

painters, etc., [to about 1650]. 3d ed. Lon 
don, [1752]. 8. 

- WAAGEN, G. F. Handbook of painting, Ger 

man, Flemish, and Dutch schools, [800- 
1800]. London, 1860. 8. 
EMERIC-DAVID, T. B. Histoire de la peinture 
aux Moyen Age. Paris. 1863. 16. 

- TYRWIIITT. R. St. J. [1276-1493.] See Theory. 

- EGERTON, F. Painting of the 14th cent. (In his Es 

says. 1858.) 

- CROZE-MAGNAN, S. C. Disc, historiques sur la pein 

ture, etc., [1500-1700]. (In Robillard Peronville, 
ami Laurent, P. Musee fran$ais, v. 1, 2. 1803-05.) 
See also Arts, Fine : Hist. 

Theory and practice. 

- MAPP^E clavicula; a treatise on various processes of 

the decorative arts practised during the Middle 
Ages. [12th cent.] (In Archaeologia, v. 32. 1847.) 

- DIFRESNOY, C. A. Art of painting, [1656]; tr. into 

English verse by W. Mason; [with a life]. (In 
Reynolds, Sir J. Works, v. 3. 1801; and in 
Mason, \V. Works, v. 3. 1811.) 

Same. Tr. by Dryden. (In Dryden. Works, v. 17. 

- FELIBIEN, A. Principes de peinture; avec un dic- 

tionnaire des termes. [1674.] (In his Princ. de 
1 archit. 1690.) 

- ALBERTI, L. B. Painting. (In his Architecture. 1755.) 

- SERMON on painting. (In Walpole, H. ^Edes Wal- 

polinnse. 1767.) 

- REYNOLDS, Sir J. Works ; [with Du Fres- 

noy s Art of painting, in Lat. and Eng.]. 
[1778.] 3ded. corr. London, 1801. 3 v. 8. 

- LAIUESSE, G. Le grand livre des peintres, ou 

L art de la peinture ; tr. sur la 2e ed. [par H. 
Jansen]. Paris, 1787. 2 v. 4. 

- MENGS, A. R. Opere ; pub. da G. N. d Azara, 

cor. daC. Fea. Roma, 1787. 4. 
RICHARDSON, J. Works on painting. London, 
1792. 4. 

- BELL, C. Anatomy of expression in painting. 

London, 1806. 4". 

- OPIE.J. Lectures on painting ; ed. with mem. 

by A. Opie. London, 1809. 4. 

- DOCGAI.L, J. (hi hi* Modern preceptor, v. 2. 1810.) 

- HIRT, A. Ueber den Kanon in der bildenden Kunst. 

(In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 1814-15.) 

- PHILLIPS, T. Lectures on the history and 

principles of painting. London, 1833. 8. 

- BURNET, J. Treatise on painting. London, 

1834-37. 4. 

LOMAZZO, G. P. Trattato di pittura, scultura, 

ed architettura. Roma, 1844. 3 v. 8. 

- HAYDON, B. 11. Lectures on painting and de 

sign. London, 1844-46. 2 v. 8. 

ALBERTI, Li. B. Delia pittura. (In his Opere vole.. 

v. 4. 1847.) 

- HANDBOOK of young artists and amateurs in 

oil-painting ; by an Amer. artist. N. Y., 
1848. 12. 

- LESLIE, C. R. Handbook for young painters. 

London, 1855. 12". 

SL-TTEK, D. 1858. See Gen. and miscel. works (p. 


- GULLICK, T. J., and TIMBS, J. Painting popu 

larly explained. London, 1859. 12. 

BLANC, A. A. P. C. (In his Grammaire des arts da 

dessin. 1867.) 

COUTURE, T. Methode et entretiens d atelier. 

Paris, 1867. 18. 

- TYRWHITT, R. St. J. Handbook of pictorial 

art; with perspective by A. Macdonald. Ox 
ford, 1868. 8. 

See also History ;(p. 2210, 11) ; Eastlake, C. L. ; also 
Anatomy for artists ; Architecture ; Arts, Fine ; 

Badigeon ; Color ; Decoration ; Drawing ; 
Encaustic ; Etching ; Flower painting ; Olass 
painting ; Miniature painting; Mural painting ; 

Pastel ; Perspective ; Polychrome ; Pre- 
Raphaelitism ; Water colors. 


BALDINUCCI, F. Vocabulario toscano dell arte del 

disegno. (Vol. 2. 4 of his Opere. 1809-11.) 

FELIBIEN, A. Diet. See Theory and practice. 

- WATELET, C. H., and LEVESQUE, P. C. Diet. 

de peinture, etc. Paris, 1792. 5 v. 8. 

See also the references under Painters. 
Painting (mechanical, materials). RIFFAULT, J.R. 
D. Peintre en batiments. Paris, 1859. 18. 

BRARD, C. P. (In his Mineralogie appliqude aux arts, 

v. 2. 1821.) 

SEBASTIAN. Infante of Spain. Des huiles et des ver- 

nis employes pour la peinture. (In Gazette des 

beaux-arts, v. 15. 1863.) 

See also Varnish. 
Painting, its rise and progress; [by P. Dodge]. 

Boston, 1846. 12. 
Painting ; a poem ; with biog. notes. London, 

1792. 8. 

Paintings. Catalogues and accounts of collections. 

BLAKE, T. W. J. A long vacation in conti 

nental picture galleries ; [notes on the best 
pictures]. London, 1858. 16. 

CUNNINGHAM. J. L. Catalogue of 120 oil paintings by 

old masters of the Flemish, Dutch, and German 
schools, to be sold Nov. 28. [Boston, 1837.] 8. (B 

DEFER, P. F. Catalogue des ventes publiques 

de tableaux et estampes, depuis 1737. le 
partie : Estampes. Paris, 1865-68. 2 v. 8. 

Same. 2epartie: Tableaux. Paris, 1865-68. 

2 v. 8. 

FOULIS, R. Catalogue of pictures by the most 

admired masters, [with] description. Lon 
don, 1776. 3v. 16. 

NEUMAYR VON RAMSSLA. J. W. Pictures and othor 

works of art in the royal palaces. (In Rye, W. B. 
England as seen by foreigners. 1865.) 
See also Barry, J. ; Brett, J. W. : Denon, D. V. ; 

Fraser, C. ; Harding, C. ; Marismas, Marq. de 
las; Paignon-Dijonville ; Reynolds, Sir J. ; 
Schendel, P. van; Stanislas n, A. P., King of Po 
land; Walpole, H.; 




also the names of the various galleries, exhibitions, 
museums, etc., as Amsterdam. Musee du Royaume 
des Pays-Bas ; Berlin. Koenigliche Museum ; 
Bologna. Pontif. Acad. di Belle Arti ; Boston 
Athenaeum. Gallery; Cambridge University; - 
Dresden. Koenigl. Gemselde Gallerie; Florence. 
Accademia delle Belle Arti; Florence. Gal- 
eria Imperiale ; Hague, The. Musee Royal ; 
Houghton Hall; Leuchtenberg, E., llerzog von; 

Madrid. Real Armeria ; Madrid. Real Museo 
de Pintura ; Munich. Glyptothek ; Munich. 
Pinacothek ; Naples. Real Museo Borbonico ; 
National Gallery, London; New York Hist. Soc.; 

Nimes. Musee ; Oxford University ; Paris. 
Academie des Beaux Arts; Rome. Calcografla 
Camerale ; Rome. Campidoglio; Royal Academy ; 

Saint Petersburg. Musee Imperial de 1 Ermitage ; 

South Kensington Museum ; Stafford Gallery ; 

Vatican ; Vernon Gallery ; Vienna. K. K. 
Gemaelde Gall. ; Westminster Palace ; Yale Coll.; 

also Paris. GALLERIES, MUSEUMS, etc. 

Collections of engravings after paintings. 

CHOIX de tableaux et statues des plus celebres 

musees et cabinets etrangers, par une societe 
d artistes et d amateurs. Paris, 1819-21. 
3 v. 8. 

DUCHESNE, J. Museo di pittura e scultura. 

Firenze, 1838-45. 16 v. 12. 

GUATTANI, G. A. La pittura comparata nolle 

opere di tutte le scuole ; con incis. da S. 
Morelli. Horn a, 1816. 4. 

HISTORIC gallery of portraits and paintings ; 

graphic imitations of the finest specimens of 
the arts. London, 1807-11. 7 v. 8. 

JAKVKS, J. J., and others. Letters relative to a 

collection of pictures made by him. Camb., 
1859. 8. 

LEHRUN, J. B. P. Galerie des peintures fla- 

mands, hollandois, et allemands, avec un 
texte expl. et notes sur la vie de plusieurs 
peintres. Paris, 1792-96. 3 v. f. 

PIRANESI, G. 13. Schola Italica picturae sive 

selectau quaodam summorum e scola Italica 
pictorum tabula) aere incisac. Romae, 1773. f. 

ROCHETTE, D. 11. Peintures antiques incdites. 

Paris, 1836. 4. 

The Library possesses engravings from the works of 
the following painters : Allston, \V. ; Angelico, Fra , 
Buonarotti, Michel Angelo ; Delaroche, II. ; Duerer, 
A.; Dyck, A. van; Ghirlandaio, 1).; Giotto; 

Gros, A. J. ; Hogarth, W. ; Holbein, H. ; In- 

fres, J. A. D. ; Poussin, N. ; Raffaello ; Kem- 
randt, 1 .; Reynolds, <S ir J. ; Rosa, Salvator; 
Rubens, P. P. ; Sanzio, Giovanni ; Turner, J. M. 
W. ; Veronese, P. ; Vinci, L. da ; Watteau, A. ; 

West, B. ; also engravings contained in various 
Galleries , etc. 

See also the division Art under various countries 
espec. Bologna ; England ; Flanders ; France ; 

Great Britain ; Greece ; Italy ; Naples ; 
Netherlands; Paris. GALLEKIES AND MUSEUMS; 
Spain ; United States ; Venice ; also Arts, Fine ; 

Galleries ; Museums ; Painting ; Prints ; 
Soc. of Painters in Water colors ; Water colors. 

Paisios. Yvujiai f/Wv/cat /eat iroAtTMai. Kverhjaiv, 

1778. 4. 
Paisley. FERRIER, W. Account of Sabbath schools in P. 

(In hi* Two disc. 17 ( J8. B 1857) 
Paix du menage, La ; par Balzac. Paris, 

1865. 16. ((Euvres compl., v. 34.) 
Pajon, Louis Elie. Briefu. (In Varnhagen vonEnse, C. A. 

Aus (U-in Nachlass, v. 2. 1867.) 
Pakington, Sir John Somerset. Kducation. (In Nat. 

Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1857.) 

RITCHIE, J. E. (In his Brit, senators. 1860.) 
Palaa, G. Engins et appareils des grands travaux publics. 

(In Lacroix, E. Etudes sur Pexposition, 1867. 

2e ser.) 
Palaces. BOECKLER, G. A. (In his Arehitcctura curiosa 

nova. 1064.) 
Palacio, Diego Garcia de. Carta dirijida al rey de Espana, 

por el ano 1576. (Vol. 1 of Squier, E. G. Col. of 

doc. I860.) 

Palacky, Frantisek. Geschichte von Bohmen. 

Frag, 1844-60. 4 v. in 8 pts. 8. 
Content*. Vol.1. Bis 1199. 2, Ir Th. 1197-130G. 2, 
2r Tli. 1306-78. 3, Ir Th. 1378-1419. 3, 2r Th. 1419-31. 
3, 3r Th. 1431-39. 4, Ir Th. Das Zeitalter Georgs von 
Podiebrad; 1439-57. 4, 2r Th. 14.37-71. 

Die iiltboliinischcn Handscliriften und ihre Kritik. 

(In Historische Zeitschrift, v. 2. 1859-70.) 

Urkundliche Beitriige zur Geschichte Bbhmens und 

seiner NachbarlJinder im Zeitalter Georg s von Po- 
. diebrad, [1450-71]. (In Vienna. Ak. d. Wiss. 

Fontes rerum Austr., 2. Abth., v. 20. LS60.) 
Palaeography. BARING, D. E. Clavis diplomatica. 
Hanov., 1737. 4. 

FEUILLET DE CONCHES, F. 8. Des documents 6crits 

dans 1 antiq. sacree, et d abord de 1 origine de 1 ecri- 
ture. Des mss. dans 1 antiq. profane. (In his 
Causeries, v. 1. 1862.) 

LIST of abbreviations.] (In Great Britain. Parl. 

Statutes of the realm, v. 1. 1810.) 

MONTFAUCON, B. de, Paleographia Groeca 

sivede ortu et progressu literarura Graccarum. 
Paris, 1708. f. 

WAILLY, J. N. de. Elements de paleographie. 

Paris, 1838. 2 v. 4. (Doc. ined.) 

WRIGHT, A. Court hand restored. 8th ed. 

London, 1867. 16. 

See alxo Abbreviations ; Alphabets ; Illu 
mination ; Writing. 

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Sermon; missions to the heathen. (In Liberal 

preacher, v. 1. 1828.) Poisonous drinks. (In v. 4. 

1831 ; also B 1650) 
Sermon preached to the church in Brattle Sq. 

with notes historical, etc., July 18, 1824. 

Boston, 1825. 8". 
Another copy. (B 288) 
Sermons on duties belonging to private life. 

Boston, 1834. 8. 
Same. 2d ed. Camb., 1835. 12. 
Worthy student of Harvard College; sermon, March 23. 

Camb.. 1834. 8. (B 1112) 
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To the Free Soil members of the General Court of 

Mass, for 1851. n.t.p. [1851.] 8". (B 1505) 
HOAU, E. R., and others. To the voters of the fourth 

Congressional district in favor of P. s election to 



Congress. Boston, 1848. 8". (B1503) 
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Palfrey, Miss Sarah Hammond (pseud. E. Foxton) . 

Agnes Wentworth. Phila., 1869. 12. 
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Palgrave, StV Francis. Corporate reform. Lon 
don, 1833. 8. (B 1070) 

Essay upon the original authority of the King s 

Council. London, 1834. 8". (Record Com.) 

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History of Normandy and of England. Lon 

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Contents. Vol. 1. General relations of medieval 
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Rollo. 2. 912-87. The three first Dukes of Xormandy; 
Rollo, Guillaume-Longue-Epee, and Richard-sans-Peur. 
The Carlovingian line supplanted by the Capets. 3. 
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History of the Anglo-Saxons. New ed. Lon 

don, 1867. 16. 




- Remarks, in reply to [Nicolas s] Observations 

on the state of hist, lit. London, 1831. 8. 

Rise and progress of the Eng. commonwealth. 

London, 1832. 2 v. 4. 

Truth and fictions of the Middle Ages : The 

merchant and the friar. 2d ed.rev. London, 
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Anglo-Saxon history, (hi Quarterly rev., v. 34. 1826.) 

Records and registration. (In v. 39. 1829.) - 
Mediaeval kalendars. Saints days. Election 
committees and registration of electors. Review 
of Mrs. Bush s Queens of France and of V. Hugo s 
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Rotuli Curiue Regis, 1835. Antient kalendars and in 

ventories. 1836. Documents and records. 1837. See 
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Palgrave, Francis Turner. Alfred de Musset. 
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Essays on art. London, 1866. 16. 

Five" clays entertainments at Wentworth 

Grange. London, 1868. 8. 

Golden treasury of the best songs and lyrical 

poems in English. Camb., 1863. 16. 

Life, etc., of Sir W. Scott ; with an essay by 

D. Masson, and Dryburgh Abbey, poem by 
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Memoir of Clough. (In Clough, A. H. Poems. 1862.) 

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French. Les thermes des Romains. Vicence, 

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- CAMERON, C. Baths of the Romans with the 

restorations of Palladio. London, 1775. f. 

Palladio (Lat. Palladius}, Enrico. Rerum Foro-Juliensium 
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Palladio conservato, II. See Metastasio, P. 

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Pallantieri, Giovanni Paolo. Lectiones auresc in 

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Pallas, Peter Simon. Account of sheep in [Russia 

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other domestic animals, by J. Anderson. 

Edin., 1794. 8. 

Flora Rossica. Tom. 1, partes 1, 2. Petrop., 

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Russian empire ; tr. by F. Blagdon. Lon 
don, 1803. 4 v. 18. 

Voyages en Russie ; tr. par G. de la Peyronie. 

Paris, 1788-93. 5 v. and Atlas 4. 

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JARIMNE, Sir W. Memoir. (In hi* Nat. lib., v. 9. 


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Pallavicini, II marchfneT?n\>io. Alcuni passi del cod. arab.- 

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Pallavicino, Giulio Cesare Rospigliosi. See Rospigliosi 

Pallavicino, G. O. 
Pallavicino or Pallavicini, Xioolo Maria. APPIANI, P. A. 

Vita da P. (In Crescimbeni, G. M. Vite degli 

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Istoria del Concilio di Trento ; con annot. da F. 

Zaccaria. Faenza, 1792. 6 v. 4. 

Della vita di Alessandro vn. Prato, 1839-40. 

2 v. 8. 

- FABRONI, A. (In Ma Vita; Ital., v. 17. 1798.) 
Pallavicino, Famiglia di. (In Litta, P. Fam., v. 10.) 
Pallegoix, J. B., Bp. of Mallos. Description du 

royaume de Thai ou Siam. Paris, 1854. 2 v. 


Fallen, M. M. Address to the graduates of the med. de 
partment of the St. Louis Univ., Mar. 1. St. Louis, 

1853. 8. (B 1559) 
Palleschi. MACCHIAVELLI, X. Ricordo a Palleschi, messa 

in luce da C. Guasti. (In Archivio stor. ital., ser. 

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Ladv Wallace. London, 1860. 2 v. 8. 




Pallia, . Memoirc snr Ic ms. arabe de la Bibl. Hoy. eont. 
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Palliaer, Mrs. Fanny Bury. Brittany and its by 
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Palliser, Sir Hugh. COURT martial on P. (In Consider 
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Palliser, John. Journals, reports, and observations 
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N. Amer., 18.57-60. London, 1863. f. 

Palloni, (i. S. La f ebb re gialla sia o no un con- 
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Palma, Alerino. Greece vindicated, in two letters; 
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i ecchio, Humphreys, Stanhope, Parry, and 
Blaquiere. London, 1826. 8". 

- AMATO, G. d . (In hi* Panteon, v. 2. 1851.) 
Palma, Jaoopo, railed 11 rea-hio. CKOWK, J. A. (In his 

Painting in Xorth Italy, v. 2. 1871.) 
Palma-Cayet, Pierre Victor. See Cayet, P. V. P. 
Palmaerus, Isaac. Ovis aries. (In Linne, C. Amosn. 

acad., v. 4. 1759.) 
Palmeirim de Inglaterra, Cronica de; [por L. Hur- 

tado; tr.) Moraes. Lisboa, 1786. 8 r 

- Eny. Palmerin of England, tr. from the 

Por tug. tr. of Monies [by R. Southey]. Lon 
don. 1807. 4 v. 12". 

Palmer, Aaron Haight. Letter to C. J. Ingersoll reap, the 
present slate, productions, etc.. of the Comoro 
Islands, Abyssinia, Persia, Burinah, etc. N. Y., 
1846. 8. (B 1501, 2545) 

Memorial to Congress. Wash., Jan. 1851. n.t.p. 8". 

Palmer, Benjamin Franklin. Poem before the Sons of 

New Kng. in Penn , on tile 1st anniv. of the Society. 

Pliila., 1859. 8. (B 1234) 
Palmer;!!. Frank) & Co. Surgical adjuvant and reporter 

of artificial limbs. July 18:>f> - Jan. 1857, May 1859. 

1 hila., X. Y.. 1855-59. 8. (B 1559) 
Palmer, Benjamin Morgan. D.D. Discourse before 

the Gen. Assem. of S. Carolina, Dec. 10, 

1863. [fast day]. Columbia, 1864. 8". 

Mormonism ; lecture before the Mercantile Lib. 

Assoc. of Charleston, S. C., Jan. 26. Columbia, 
1853. S. (B 15S9) 

Slavery a divine trust. (In Fast day sermons. 1861.) 

GRAHAM. J. Strictures on P. s defence of infant bap 

tism. (/ hix Reasons for renouncing infant bap 
tism. 1810. B200) 

Palmer, Charles. A collection of aphorisms and 

maxims. London, 1748. 4. 
Palmer, Charles M. On iron ships, (fn Armstrong, Sir 

W. G. Imlustr. res. of the Tyne. 186i.) 
Palmer, Kdward. Letter to Gov. J. Winslow on furnishing 

Massachusetts forces with provisions, 1675. (In 

Mass. Hist. Soc. Col.,v. 6. 1799.) 
Palmer, Elihu. Enquiry on the improvement of 

[man] ; oration at X. Y., 4 July. X. Y., 1797. 12. 

(C 46; 

Extracts from an oration. (In Political miscel. 1793. 


Principles of nature. 3d ed. [New York,] 

1806. 12. 
Palmer, (. apt. George. Kidnapping in the South 

Seas ; three months cruise of the Rosario. 

Edin., 1871. 8. 
Palmer, George Harry. Marriage law of Scotland. (In 

Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1862.) 
Palmer, George Holworthy. Steam as a moving power. 

(In Inst. of Civil Engineers. Trans., v. 2. 1842.) 
Palmer, Henry 11. Description of a railway on a 

new principle. London, 1824. 8. 

Resistance of barges moving on canals. (In Instit. 

of Civil Engineers. Trans., v. 1. 1842.) 
Palmer, Herbert. Characteristics of a true Christian, in 
paradoxes; by Bacon. London, n.d. 8. (B 1361) 

Same. (In Bacon, F. Works, v. 7. 1859.) 

A T atf. On the authorship see the note in Ba 
con s Works. 

Sabbatum redivivum. See Cawdrey, D.,and Palmer, H. 
Palmer, J. C. Thulia ; a tale of the Antarctic. 

X. Y., 1843. 8. 

Palmer, J. Horsley. Causes and consequences of the prog- 
. sure upon the money. market. London, 1837 8 
(B 1135) 

Reply to the Reflections of S. J. Loyd. London, 

1837. 8. (B 1135) 

Lovi), S. J. Reflections [on] Causes and conse 

quences . London, 1837. 8. (B 1135) 
Palmer, James S. HEADI.KV, J. T. (In kin Farragut and 

our naval commanders. 1867.) 
Palmer, John. The Catholic planisphaer ; or, 

Mathematical jewel. London. 16-38. 4. 

RAWSON, E., ant/ SEW ALL, 8. The revolution in New 

Kng. justified and the people vindicated from the 
aspersions of J. Palmer in his pretended Answer 
to the Declaration . Boston, 1691. 4. (B 23) 

Snnie. (In Whitmore, W. H. An tiros tracts, v. 1. 


Sttinf. Added, a narrative of the proc. of Sir E. 

Androsse, etc., by [W. Stoughton, and others]. 
Boston, 1773. 8. (B 611, 2501} 

Same, (hi Force, P. Tracts, v. 4. 1846.) 

Palmer, John. Free thoughts on the inconsistency 
of conforming to any religious test as a con 
dition of toleration. London, 1779. 8. 

Another cop;/. (B233) 

Observations in defence of the liberty of man 

as a moral agent in answer to Priestley s 

illust. of philosoph. necessity. Loud., 1779. 8. 

App. to the Observations. London, 1780. 8. 

Sermon, death of C. Fleming, with oration by J. 

Towers. London, 1779. 8. (B 1851) 
Palmer, John Williamson. The golden Dagon ; or, 

Up and down the Irrawaddi ; passages of 

adventure in the Burman empire. N. Y., 

1856. 8". 
Palmer, Joseph. Necrology of the alumni of 

Harvard College, 18-51-63. Bost., 1864. 8. 

Paper on longevity, (hi Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc., 


Palmer, Joseph H. Treatise on practical book 
keeping and business transactions. X. Y., 
18-52. 12. 

Palmer, Peter Sailly. History of Lake Champlain, 
1609-1814. Albany, 1866. 8. 

Palmer, Ray. Christ going forth to purify the 
world; sermon before the For. Evang. Soc., X.Y., 
May 7, 1848. Albany, 1851. 8. (B 1330) 

Spirit s life; a poem. Boston, 1837. 8". (B 1125) 

Spiritual improvement. Boston, 1839. 12. 
Palmer, Roger, Earl of Castlemaine. LLOYD, W. Ren. 

sonable defence of the Seasonable discourse, shew 
ing the necessity of maintaining the established re 
ligion ; or, Reply to A full answer , etc., [by It. 
Palmer]. London, 1674. 4. (E 150) 
Palmer, Sir Roundell. Book of praise from the 
best Eng. hymn writers. London, 1863. 16. 

Speech on the N. Amer. blockade. London, 

1862. 8. 
Palmer, Samuel. Vindication of the Dissenters, in 

answer to Wesley and to Sacheverel. Lon- . 

don, 170.5. 4. 
Palmer, Samuel, printer. History of printing. 

London, 1732. 4". 
Palmer, Samuel, of Hackney. Nonconformist s 

memorial; abridged, with add. anecdotes and lives, 

bv P. St-f Calamy, E. 

Brief mem.. of 8. Wilton, n.p., [1805]. 8. (B267) 

Sermon, Apr. 12, death of S. Wilton ; added, 

an oration at his interment by S. M. Savage. 

2d ed. London, 1778. 8. 
Palmer, Samuel, publisher. Index to the Times , 

1865, pt. 3 - 78, pt. 3. Lond., 1877, 68-78. 

3 v. 8. 
Palmer, Stephen. Description of Xeedham. (In Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Col., v. 11. 1814.) 

The glory of the second temple greater than that of the 

first; sermon, Dover, June 11, with introd. address 
by T. Xoyes. Dedham, 1811. 8. (B 325) 

Sermon before the military company of exempts, 

Xeedham, Nov. 17. Dedham, 1814. 8". (B 325; 




Sermon, death of C. Whiting, deliv. at Xeedham. 

Boston, 1795. 8. (B 325) 

Sermon, death of Col. W. M Intosh, Jan. Boston, 

1813. 8. (B325) 

Sermon, Needham, Afar. 22, death of Rev. Mr. Sears, 

Hi v. Mr. Caryl, and Rev. Mr. Cliickering. Dedham. 
1812. 8. (B325) 

Sermon, Xeedham, Xov. 16, a centnrv since the incor 

poration. Dedham, 1811. 8. (B325) 

Sermon, Oct. 22, interment of T. Tluicher. Boston, 

1812. 8. (B 915) 

Fun -rnl sermon on. 1821. See White, J. (B 283, 

Palmer, T. II. Historical register of the U. S., 

1812-14. (Vol. 1, 2, 2d ed.) Phila., 1814- 

16. 4 v. (v. 3 w.). 8". 
Palmer, Ilev. Thomas Fyshe. Narrative of the sufferings of 

Palmer and Skirving, during a voyage to Xew South 

Wales in 1794. on board the Surprise. London, 

1797. 8. (B 1680) 

TRIAL of P. for sedition, n t.p. [Edin.,1793.] 8. (B714) 
Palmer, Thomas II. Arithmetic, oral and written. 

Boston, 1854. 12. 

Evils of the system of primary instruction. (7 Amer. 

Inst. of Instr. Lect., 18:38.) Essentials of educa 
tion. (In 1849.) 

Palmer, \Vm. J. Report of surveys across the 
the continent, 1867-68, on the 35th and 32d 
parallels, extending the Kansas Pacific 
11. It. to the Pacific. Phila., 1869. 8. 

Palmer, Mass. WILSON, T. Historical address, 
Palmer, July 5, 1852, centen. aniiiv. Lowell, 
1855. 8. 

Palmerin of England. See Palmeirim do Tnglaterra. 

Palmerius, Jacobus, flee Le Paulmier de Grentemesnil, J. 

Palmerius, Matthias. Sfe Palmieri, M. 

Palmerston, I i^oiuit. <See Temple, H. J. 

Palmetto series. Richmond, 1864-65. 12. 

Naniili/. STEWART, K. J. Geography for beginners. 
1865. WALKER, J. Palmetto dictionary. 186i. 

Palmeus, A. F. (>. de. Topographical map of the islands 
of Malta and Goza. London, 1799. (E 65) 

Palmieri, Bartolino. Sonetto. (In Trucchi, K. Poes. 
itiil., v. 1. 1846.) 

Palmieri, Giuseppe. Osserv. sul lusso. (In Econ. class, 
ital., Hiippl., v. 41). 1S16.) 

Riflessioni sulla pubblica fclicitii rel. al reeno di Xapoli. 

(In Econ. class, ital., 1 . mod., v. 37. 1805.) Osserv. 
snlle tariffe con applicazione al rcgno di Xapoli. 
Delia na/.ionale. (In v.3S. 1805.) 
Palmieri, Matteo. De captivitate Pisarum, 1406. (In Mu- 
ratori. Her. Ital.. v. 19. 1731 : anil in Graevius 
awl Burmann. Tries, antiq. Ital., v. 8. pt. 2. 1723.) 

Excerpta ex lihro de temporibus, 1294-1448. (hi Tar- 

tini. Her. Ital. scr., v. 1. 1748) 

De vita, et rebus gestis X. Acciajoli, 1310-66. (In 

Muratori. Her. Ital. scr., v. 13. 1728.) 

XICEUON.J. P. (In his Mem., v. 11. 1729; emit, Germ., 

\. 9. 1754.) 

Palmieri, Mattia, of Pisa. Opus de temporibus snis. 1449- 
83. (In Tartini. Rer. Ital. scr., v. 1. 1748.) 

FABRONI, A. (In hi* Mem. di Pisani, v. 3. 1792.) 

NICEKON, J. P. (In Ids Mem., v. 11. 1729 ; and, Germ , 

v. 9. 1754.) 
. Palmieri, Vincenzo. CANALE, M. G. Elogio di P. (In 

Grillo, L. Elogi di Liguri, v. 3. 1846.) 
Palmire et Klaminie; par S. K. D. de Genlis. (Vol. 65, 66 

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Palmistry. See Chiromancy. 
Palmacci, Domenico. Villada Adriano in Tivoli. [Rome, 

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Palmyra. ADDISON, C. G. Damascus and P. 

Phila., 1838. 2 v. 12". 

BEER. E. F. F. Die palmyrischen Insehriftcn. (In 

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EICHHORN, J. G. Marmora I almyrena explicita. 

(In Goettingen. Ges. d. Wiss. Comm , v. 6. 182:3-27.) 

HALIFAX, W. Voyage from Aleppo to P., 1691. 

HALLEV, E. Account of the ancient state of P. 
(In Miscellania curiosa, v. 3. 1707.) 

HEEREN, A. H. L. De commerciis nrbis Palmyras vi- 

cinarumqueurbium. (In Goettingen. Ges. d. Wiss. 
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HOEFER, J. C. F. Chaldee, Assyrie, Medie, 

etc. Paris, 1852. 8. (Univers.) 

PORTER. J. L. [1849-54.] (In hia Five years in Da- 

mascus. 1855.) 

WOOD, U. Joiirnoy to Palmyra; or, Tecimor in the 

desert. (In Knox, J. Col. of voy., v. 6. 1767.) 

See aluo Zenobia. 

Palnatoke ; et Sorgespil. See Ohlenschlager, A. G. 
Palsgrave, John. L eclaircisscment de la langue 

francaise. Paris, 1852. 4". (Doc. ined.) 
Palsy. See Paralysis. 
Palthens, Jobann Philipp. Epistola de Joanna papissa. 

(In Schelhorn, J. G. Anujen. lit., v. 9. 1728.) 
Paludan (Fri-wh Desmarais. Flemish van den Broeck), 

Johann. Om Roddinge-Kongens Begravelse og to 

maerkvservserdjge Jeltestucr i en Hoi user derved. 

(In Copenhagen. K. Com. f. Olds. Opb. Antiq. 

Ann., v. 2, pt. 2. 1815.) 
Pambour, Francois Marie Guyonneau de. Theo- 

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and Atlas obi. f". 
Pamela; by S. Richardson. (In his Xovels, v. 1. 1824.) 

See tilno Anti-Pamela. 

Pamela Girand; piece en cinq actes. See Balzac, II. de. 
Pamela fanciulla, Pamela maritata; com. See Goldoni, C. 
Pamflli, Olympia. TROI.LOPE, T. A. O. Pumfili. (In his 

Decade of Ital. women, v. 2. 1859.) 

Pamfllo ; madrigale. (In Trucchi, F. 1 oes. ital., v. 3. 1847.) 
Pampas. BISHOP, N. II. The Pampas and the 

Andes; 1000 miles walk. Boston, 1869. 8. 
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Boston, 1827. 12". 
French, abridged. (In Montemont, A. Biblioth., 

v. 41. 1836.) 

SCARLETT, P. C. Journey across the Pampas. 
London, 1836. 2 v. 12". 

Pamphila Kpidanrin. Fragm. (In Mueller, C. Fr. hist. 
Giv, v. 3. 1849.) 

Pamphilus. Fragm. (In Mueller, C. Fr. hist. Gr., v. 4. 

Pamphilus, Prexbyter of the church of Caaareia. I?iog. no 
tice. Exposition of the chapters of the Acts of the 
Apostles; tr. by S. D. Salmond. (In Methodius. 
Writings. 186 J.) 

Pamphleteer, The. 
1813-28. 29 v. 8. 

(Vol. 1, 
(B 838) 

2d ed.) London, 

Aote. Vol. 29 contains a classed catalogue of 
the pamphlets. 

Content*. Vol.1. 1813. Appeal to the Dissenters. 
Wylde. S. T. Letter to the clergy of Somersetshire 
[on] undue marriages. Marsh, II. Sermon on the 
Bible Soc. ; Address to the Univ. of Cambridge. 
Vansittart, X. First letter on the Brit, and For. Bible 
Soc. Marsh, II. Consequences of neglecting to give 
the Prayer Book with the Bible. Vansittart, X. 
Letter to J. Coker; 2d letter to Dr. Marsh. Mac 
lean, C. The E. I. Co. s charter. Objections to cre 
ating a Vice Chancellor. Vansittart, X. Outlines of 
a plan of finance proposed to be submitted to 1 arl. 
Hawkins, II. Reform of Parl. the ruin of Parl. Tom- 
line, G. Charge. Marsh, II. Answer to the 2d letter 
of X. Vansittart. Gandolphy, P. Congratulatory 
letter to II. Marsh. Bernard, T. Account of a supply 
offish for the manufacturing poor. Fish Association. 
1st report. Butler, C. Address to the Protestants of 
(Jr. Brit, and Ireland. Anticipation of marginal notes 
on the declaration of government. Fabius. Letter to 
the Earl of Buckinghamshire on the open trade to India. 

Probus. The East India question. 

2. Examination of Cobbett s objections to the bill for 
the relief of the Unitarians. Rogers, 1). Plans for 
increasing the incomes of officers of the army; with a 
suppl. by J. Philippart. Account of the Report of the 
Xat. Soc. for the Educ. of the Poor. Eustace, J. C. 
Answer to the charge by the Bp. of Lincoln. Marsh, 
H. Letter to P. Gandolphy in confutation of the opinion 
that the vital principle of the reformation has been con 
ceded to the Church of Koine. East India Co. Report 
of the Com. of Correspondence, upon claims of outposts. 

T., J. Hints on the question between II. M. s minis 
ters and the Directors, rel. to the renewal of the E. I. 
Co s charter. Fish Association. 2d report. Ad 
dress to 1 ari. on the claim of authors to their own copy 
right, [ with arguments of Lord Mansfield]. Huskesson, 
W. Speech in the Ho. of Commons resp. the state of 
finances and the sinking fund. Correspondence with 
the editor of the Times relative to the American question. 

Observations on several authors and books for the 
formation of a library. Meadley, G. W. Sketch of 
the various proposals for a constitutional reform. Sil 
ver, F. Observ. on Vansittart s plan of finance. 
Roberts, D. Letter to the officers of the army, with 




suppl. obs. by J. Philippart. Case stated between the 

fublic libraries and the booksellers. Lawrence, J. 
>ramatic emancipation ; strictures on the state of the 
theatres and on the consequent degeneration of the drama. 

Gandolphy, P. 2d letter to the Rev. H. Marsh [on] the 
opinion that the vital principle of the reformation has 
been conceded to the Church of Konie. Bruce, J. 
Speech in the Ho. of Commons. Maclean, C. Re 
marks on the evidence before Parl. on the E. I. Oo. s 
affairs. Baverstock, J. Observ. on the state of the 
brewery and on the saccharine quality of malt. Marsh, 
C. Substance of his speech in a committee of the Ho. 
of Commons [on] the amendment on the clause in the 
K. I. bill. Le Mesurier, T. Counter address to the 
Protestants of Or. Brit, and Ireland. Becket, A. 
Public prosperity ; a plan for raising six millions sterling. 

3. 1S14. Musgrave, T. M. Consid. on there-establish 
ment of an effective balance of power. Wilberforce, W. 
Speeches on the clause in the K. I. bill for promoting 
relig. instruction and moral improvement. Strictures 
on the right, expedience, and indiscriminate denunciation 
of capital punishment. Conciliator. Two letters on 
Cath. emancipation. Masers de Latude, H. Life, 
[with] some account of the Bastile. London. Manufac 
turers. Origin, etc., of the apprentice laws. Insurance 
against robbery. Phillippart, J. Observ. on the bill 
rendering the militia disposable for foreign service. 
Sheffield, J. Trade in wool and woolens, incl. an expo 
sition of the commercial situation of the British Empire. 

Elmes, .1. Letter to T. Hope; for promoting the fine 
arts. Fearn, J. Review of first principles of 15p. 
Berkeley, Dr. Reid, and Prof Stewart. Ruggieri, C. 
Narrative of the crucifixion of M. Lovat. Eliot, F. P. 
Letters on the political and financial state of the nation. 

Observations on medical reform. Chateaubriand, 
F. A. de. Buonaparte and the Bourbons. Appeal to 
the Legislature for the repeal of the act regulating the 
marriage of the royal family. Valpy, R. Short sketch 
of a short trip to Paris in 1788. Milner, J. Reflections 
on the letters of Conciliator on Cath. emancipation. 

4. Eliot, F. P. Political situation of this country. 
Narrative of the journey and imprisonment of Pius vn. 

Francis, P. Policy of Gr. Brit, and the allies towards 
Norway. Holroyd, J. B , Lor<i Sheffield. Report 
at Lewes wool fair. Reply to the most popular objec 
tions to public schools. Parnell, 11. Speeches in the 
Ho. of Commons, with observ. on the corn laws. 
Mercator, paeud. Sketch for a new division and sub 
division of moneys, weights, and coins. Inquiry into 
the policy, etc., of the alterations in our corn laws. 

ui IJIIUIICCB lui 1010. v/woivw, \ . DuuBiaiiuts ui L |l| sj 

speech to amend the statute 5 Eliz., eh. 4. Stephens, 
J. History of Toussaint Louverture. Calculator. 
Observ. on the report of the committee of weights and 
measures. Fletcher, Justice. Charge to the grand 
jury of Wexford. Romilly, S. Speech in the Ho. of 
Commons on the slave trade. Forster, T. The 
brumal retreat of the swallow. Talleyrand, P. C. M. 
Commercial relations of the U. 8. with Gr. Brit. 
Naismith, J. Propriety of increasing the import duly 
on foreign corn. Brief observ. on the pillory. 
Conciliator. Why are we still at war? 

5. 1S15. Carnot, L. N. M. Memorial to the King of 
France, July 1814. Butler. C. Hist, view of the 
principal religious and military orders of the Catholic 
Church. Fearn, J. Essay on external perception. 
Daubeny, C. Churchman s reasons for declining a 
connection with the Bible Society. Compressed view 
of the points to be discussed in treating with the U. 8. 
Grenville, W. , Lit. Grenville. Letter to the Earl of 
Fingal on the claims of the Catholics. M., I. U. Letter 
on the tone and matter of Judge Fletcher s charge. 
Onslow, A. Speech, Ho. of Commons, 22 Nov. 1814, 
[on] the liberty of the subject. Prussia and Saxony; 
the claims of the King of Saxony. Forster, T. Sketch 
of the new anatomy and physiology of the brain and 
nervous system of Gall and Spurzheim. S., W. Exam, 
of ccrtayne complaints of divers of our countrymen. 
De Constant, B. Responsibility of ministers. Long- 
ley, J. Obs. on the trial by jury. Wilberforce, W. 
Letteron the slave trade. Means of guarding dwelling 
houses against fire. Talfourd, T. N. The poetical 
talent of the present age, incl. a sketch of the history 
of poetry. Forster, T. Application of the organology 
of the brain. Eliot, F. P. The financial situation, 
1815. Montagu, B. Inquiry resp. the insolvent debt 
ors bill. Thompson, G. A. New theory of the two 

6. Vansittart, N. Speech, Feb. 20, 1815; The 
budget, 1815. Atcheson, N. American encroachments 

on British rights. Brief account of the Jesuits. Gr. 
Brit. Jlo. of Common*. Report on laws rel. to the man 
ufacture, etc., of bread. Young, A. Rise of prices in 
Europe compared with that in Kng. De Constant B 
Liberty of the press. Dudley, II. B. Address to 
William, Ld. Primate of Ireland. Gr. Brit. Ho. of 
Common*. Report on mad houses in England. Brit 
ish and For. Bible Soc. Trans. Benett, .J. Commu 
tation of tythe. Letter to H. Marsh [on] the Dis. 
senters. Marsh, H. Answer. Kerrison, R. M. 
Obs. on the bill for regulating the medical profession. 
Wardrop, J. History of J. Mitchell. Banks, J. 
Account of the cause of the disease in corn ; [with] letter 
to J. Banks by T. A. Knight. Smith, C. Speech on 
the Union. Gr. Brit. Ho. of Cum. Report on the 
King s Bench, Fleet, and Marsbalsea prisons. Letter 
on the situation of France. Assoc. for the Relief of 
the Manufacturing Poor. Report rel. to the supply of 
fish. Modicus. Letter on reform in Parl. Falconer, 
T. Plan for building twenty-five churches. 

7. ISKi. Edmeadg, AVn. W. National establishment 
national security: or, Thoughts on the consequences of 
commuting the tithes. Reasons for establishing a reg 
istry of slaves in the British colonies. Phillips, C. 
Speech in Court of Common Pleas, Dublin, in the case 
of Guthrie vx. Sterne, for adultery. Letters on public- 
house licensing, [from] the Times ; by a magistrate for 
Middlesex. Preston, R. Review of the ruined con 
dition of the landed and agricult. interests ; with observ. 
on the extent of their losses, etc. Frost, C. Consid 
erations on a remuneration to witnesses in civil actions 
for loss of time; with obs. on the present system of 
taxing costs. Ganilh, C. The financial situation of 
France in 1816. Eliot, F. P. Political and financial 
situation of the British Empire in 1816. Sugden, E. B. 
On the rate of interest, and on redeemable annuities. 
Plan for the reformation of Parl. on constitutional 
principles. Inquiry into the right of compelling Spain 
to relinquish her slave trade in Northern Africa. 
Rouse, W. Remarks on the Comparative value of free 
hold and copyhold land, and on the purchase of advow- 
sons. Payne, I). E. Address to the proprietors of 
bank stock on the management of the governor and 
directors of the Bank of Eng. ; and on the laws rel. 
thereto. Butler, C. Inaug. oration, Nov. 4, 1815, at 
the ceremony of laying the first stone of the London 
Institution for the Diffusion of Science and Literature. 

Chalmers, G. State of the United Kingdom at the 
peace of Paris. Nov. 20, 1815. Tathain, E. The 
scarcity of money, and its effects upon the public. 
Beamont, B. Provident or parish banks. Short letter 
to the Chancellor of the Exchequer on the dangerous 
competition of the distilleries with the breweries; by a 
freeholder. Western, C. C. Speech on the distressed 
state of the agriculture of the United Kingdom, Mar. 7, 
1816. Lingard, Rev. J. Reply to the obs. of the Edin. 
review, on the Anglo-Saxon antiquities. Brief remarks 
on the slave registry bill; and upon a special report of 
the African Institution. 

8. Curwen, J. C. Speech in the Ho. of Commons, 
May 28. 1816, on the state of the poor laws. Taylor, 
T. The Eleusinian and Bacchic mysteries. Raffles, 
T. S. Disc, to the Lit. and Sci. Soc. at Java, Sept. 10, 
1815. Some remarks on the mildew of wheat, and the 
choice of seed corn, partic. in ref. to an hypothesis of 
Sir J. Banks. Crombie, Rev. A. The present state of 
the agric. interest. Richardson, W. Simple measures, 
by which the recurrence of famines may be prevented, 
and the pressure of the poor laws abated. Peter, W. 
The present crisis. Polidori, J. W. The punishment 
of death. Willis, Rev. J. The commutation of tithes. 

Cappe, C. The desirableness of ladies visiting the 
female wards of hospitals and lunatic asylums. Clark- 
son, W. Inquiry into the cause of the increase of pau 
perism and poor rates. Holdsworth, A. H. Letter to 
a friend in Devonshire, on the present situation of the 
country. Gr. Brit. Parl. Report from the select com 
mittee on the Earl of Klgin s marbles, etc. Taylor, T. 
The Eleusinian and Bacchic mysteries. Address to 
the Princess Charlotte, on her marringe; shewing the 
cause of the distress of the country. Onslow, S. 
Speech. May 23, 1816, on the laws which regulate the 
rate of interest . Glover, Rev. G. Character and 
tendency of the property tax, as adapted to permanent 
taxation. Watson, R. Letter to the Archbp. of Can 

9. 1817. Bentham, J. Defence of economy against 
E. Burke. Treatise on greyhounds. Hints for the 
cultivation of the peat-bogs in Ireland. Field, C. 
Tpitotenea; or, A brief outline of the universal system. 

Preston, R. Further observ. on the state of the 
nation, etc. Chitty, J. The game laws. Holdsworth, 
A. H. 2d letter to a friend in Devonshire, on the eitua- 




tion of the country. Plan suggested for superseding 
the necessity of the poor rates, by means of cottage 
acres, and farms termed leaven farms. Pellet, 8. 
Constitutional aids; progress of taxation, with a new 
plan of finance. Blaue, Sir G. Causes and remedies 
of the scarcity and high price of provisions. Savary, 
Gen. A. J. M. R. Vindication of the political conduct 
of S. Anglo-Hibernus. The source of the evil ; on 
the league between the Irish lay separatists, and the 
Irish Roman Cath. bishops, on emancipation. Sym- 
mons, J. Reform without innovation. Frend, W 
National debt in its true colours, with plans for its ex 
tinction. Beaumont, J. T. B. Letter to Ld. Sidmouth 
[on] the injustice of public-house licensing. Sinclair, 
J. On the state of the country, Dec. 1816. Malthus, 
T. It. Statements reap, the East India College. 
Grenfell, P. Speech to the Ho. of Commons. Apr. 26, 
1814. on applying the sinking fund towards loans raised 
for the public service. Francis, Sir P. Plan -of a 
reform in the election of the Ho. of Commons adopted 
by the Soc. of the Friends of the People in 1795; with a 
new introd.. etc. Jee, Rev. T. Practical observ. on 
the management of the poor. Burrows, J. On 
national prejudices. 

10. Canning, G. Speech in the Ho. of Commons, 
Jan. 29, 1817, on an address to the Prince Regent, on his 
speech from the throne. A few cursory remarks on 
the obnoxious parts of the game laws. Long, C. 
Temperate discussion of the causes [of] the high price 
of bread. Curwen, J. C. Speech in the Ho. of Com 
mons. Feb. 21, 1817, on the poor laws. Smith, T. 
Letter to the Earl of Liverpool on the new coinage. 
General report of Scotland; statistical tables regarding 
the geog., agric., and political state of Scotland. 
Argument shewing that a standing army is inconsistent 
with a free government. Irish oratory ; with its effects 
on Cath. emancipation. Bernard, Sir T. The supply of 
employment and subsistence for the labouring classes in 
fisheries, manufactures, and the cultivation of waste 
lands; with remarks on the salt duties. Journal of an 
Eng. traveller, 1814-16; or mem. and anecdotes of the 
Princess ot Wales and of her court, with letters of the 
Earl of Liverpool, Mr. Whitbread. Preston, R. Ad 
dress on the corn laws. Bentham, J. Defence of 
economy against G. Rose. Somers, J. Defence of 
the constitution of Gr. Britain and Ireland, against the 
friends to annual Parl. and universal suffrage. Glover, 
G. The present state of pauperism in England. 
Jacob, W. The causes of agricultural distress. Sin 
clair, Sir J. The means of arresting the progress of 
national calamity. MacLean, C. Suggestions for the 
prevention and mitigation of epidemic and pestilential 
diseases. Gr. Brit. Parl, Report to the Ho, of Com. 
by the Committee [on] the petitions against the employ 
ment of boys in sweeping of chimneys. Brydges, Sir 
E. Reasons for a farther amendment of the act 54 
George in. c. 156; being an act to amend the copyright 
act of Q. Anne. Torrens, Jfaj. R. The means of 
reducing the poors rates. Crombie, Rev. A. Letter 
to D. Ricardo, cont. an analysis of his pamphlet on the 
depreciating of bank notes. 

11. 1818. Method of increasing the quantity of cir 
culating money. Dissertation on the state of the 
nation resp.its agriculture, 1817. Leckie, G. F. Essay 
on the practice of the British government. La Roche 
St. Andre, le chevalier de. Letter occasioned by A 
vindication of the conduct of Gen. Savary . Project 
of finance. Brydges, Sir E. The practicability of 
relieving the able-bodied poor, by finding employment. 

Dormer, J. Usury explained; or, Conscience quieted 
in the case of putting out money at interest; by Philo- 
penes. Thomas, Rev. J. Address, Bath, Dec. 1, 1817, 
[against] forming a church missionary soc. Address 
to the Guardian Soc. Observations on the manufac 
turing system; [and its] improvement of those parts 
[in regard] to health and morals. Considerations on 
British commerce, with ref. to British India, the U. 8. 
of America, and the slave trade. Bennet, H. G. 
Letter on the abuses in Newgate. Three letters on 
the game laws; by a country gentleman. Courtenay, 
T. P. Letter to W. S. Bourne [on the poor laws]. 
Dunlop, A. Sketches on political economy. Voght, 
C. von. Account of the management of the poor in 
Hamburgh, 1788-94. Wilson, D. Defence of the 
Church Miss. Soc. against Rev. J. Thomas. Roscoe, 
W. Origin and vicissitudes of literature, science, and 
art, and their influence on the present state of society. 

Fitz-James, E., Duke of Opinion on the 
proposed law rel. to periodical journals. Preston, R. 
The poor-rates gradually reduced. 

12. Vansittart, N. Speech, Mar. 16, 1818, on a 
grant of one million for additional places of public 
worship. Philodicieus, pseud. Letter to W. W. Pole 

resp. the disappearance of the gold coin and the re 
sumption of cash payments. Delpla, A. French 
drama; what are the best means of making theatres vie 
with each other in promoting taste and morals ? Bos- 
quett, A. Treatise on duelling; with the annals of 
chivalry, the ordeal trial, and judicial combat. Ham 
ilton, J. Letter to Sir W.,Garrow on his bill for regu 
lating surgery. Dyer, G. Four letters on the consti 
tution. Navagero, A. Funeral oration at Venice on 
the death of the Doge L. Loredano ; tr. by C. Kelsall. 
Fearn, J. Letter to Prof. Stewart on the objects of 
general terms, and on the axiomatical law of vision. 
Letter on the true principles of advantageous exporta 
tion. Observations on the evil produced by stimu 
lating food, and by spiritous liquors taken moderately. 
Montagu, B. Some inquiries resp. the punishment 
of death for crimes without violence. Myers, T. On 
a course of education to prepare the youthful mind for 
a career of patriotism, etc. Observations on Ld. H. 
Batlun st s speech in the Ho. of Peers, Mar. 18, 1817. 
Garland, R. The establishment of offices for the regis 
try of deeds and wills and the collection of the ad valo 
rem duties on conveyances and mortgages. Field, G. 
The 3d organon attempted ; or, Elements of logic and 
subjective philosophy. Tadman, L., pseud. To the 
ed. of the British review, in answer to his remarks on 
the pamphlet of W. Edmeades resp. commuting the 
tithes. Lemoine, J. B. M. Observ. on the libels 
against Chateaubriand; tr. by Sir J. Philippart. Sin 
clair, SirJ. On the approaching crisis; or, on resum 
ing cash payments at the Bank, in July 1818. 

13. Brougham, II. Letter to Romilly upon the 
abuse of charities. Breckenridge, II. M. N. Amer. 
pamphlet on S. Amer. affairs. Kirk, Rev. J. Roman 
Catholic principles in ref. to God and the King. 
Uwins, D. Modern maladies, and present state of med 
icine. Holroyd, J. B.. Earl of Sheffield. Obs. on the 
impolicy, abuses, and false interpretation of the poor 
laws; and on the reports of the two Ho. of Parl. 
Cooke, E. Thoughts on the expediency of repealing 
the usury laws. Vastey, Baron P. V. de. Political 
remarks on some French works and newspapers cone. 
Hayti. Sinclair, Sir 3. Collection of papers on po 
litical subjects. Letter to Brougham from a Master 
of Arts of Queen s College, Oxf., on the best method of 
restoring decayed grammar schools. Letter to the 
Archbp. of Canterbury on the expediency of revising 
the authorized version of Scripture. Bowles, Rev. 
W. L. Vindieias Wykehamicse: vindication of Win 
chester College; a letter to Brougham, occas. by his 
letter to Romilly on charitable abuses. Wray, J. 
Dangers of an entire repeal of the bank restriction act; 
and a plan suggested for obviating them. Observa 
tions on credit, with rel. to the provisions of the bank 
rupt law and insolvent debtor s acts. Sinclair, Sir J. 
Papers on political subjects. Dyer, G. Theory and 
practice of benevolence. Whalley, L. Vindication 
of the Univ. of Edin., as a school of medicine, from the 
aspersions of A member of the Univ. of Oxford. 
Rigby, E. Holkham, its agriculture, etc. Gregory, 
O. Oration, anniversary of the Phil. Soc. of London. 

Observations on banks for savings, [and] clerks in 
pub. offices, etc. 

14. 1819. Decius, pseud. Complete refutation of 
the arguments used on the subject of the agric. petition. 

Gilbert, I). Plain statement of the bullion question. 

Bartlett, J. M. On propelling vessels by means of 
wind-mill sails. What is a revolution? Dyer, G. 
Theory and practice of benevolence. Ireland, J. 
Letter to Brougham. Forster, T. Casual nd peri 
odical influence of particular states of the atmosphere 
on human health and diseases, partic. insanity; with a 
table of ref. to authors. Abernethy, J. Hunterian 
oration for 1819. [Swift, E. L.] The equality of the 
constitution. On the presence of Pluto in Elysium. 
Chambers, A. H. On the resumption of cash payments 
by the Bank, and on the corn bill. Torrens, R. Let 
ter to the freemen of Rochester, on the petition against 
Ld. Binnings return being declared frivolous; and on 
the right of the eldest son of a Scotch peer to represent 
an English county, city, or borough, without possessing 
a landed qualification in England. Cooke, E. Real 
cause of the increased price of necessaries and the high 
price of gold. Letter to Sir I. Coffin on the inade 
quacy of courts martial. Jenkinson, R. B., Karl of 
Liter-pool. Speech on the report of the Bank committee. 

On the relation of corn and currency. Estrada, A. 
F. Representation to Ferdinand vil. in defence of the 
Cortes; tr. by C. Toplis. Right and practice of im 
pressment, as cone. Gr. Brit, and America. Thorpe, 
R. Commentary on treatise [slave trade] of 1S17. 
Gr. Brit. Ho. of Commons. Reports from the secret 
committee on the Bank resuming cash payments, [5th 




Apr., May 6] ; Reports, [12th May]. Representation, 
May 20. 1819, by the directors of the Bank of Eng. 
Assey, C. The trade to China, and the Indian Archi 

15. Vansittart, N. Speech on finance; comp. the 
finance resolutions for 1819; Speech on the budget of 
1819. Bowles, \V. L. The increase of crimes, the 
education of the poor, and the national schools. 
Frend, \V. Is it possible to free the atmosphere of 
London from smoke, etc. ? Campbell, 11. Y. Ossiana; 
or, Fingal ascertained and traced in Ulster. Forster, 
T. Obs. on insanity; a suppl. to Obs. on the influence of 
states of the atmosphere. Field, G. Analogy of the 
physical sciences. Morrison, R. Embassy from the 
British government to China, 1816. Observations on 
parish registers and the marriage of Non-Conformists 
with a bill for a register of marriages, etc. Gurney, 
J. J. Visit to prisons in Scotland, etc. Rattenbury, 
J. Cession of the Floridas to the U. S., and the neces 
sity of acquiring Cuba. Two tables illnst. of the 
speeches of the Earl of Liverpool and the Chancellor of 
the Exchequer. Erskine, T., I.d. Defence of the 
"\Vhigs. Gr. Brit. Ho. of Common*. Report of the 
select committee [on] capital punishment. Chambers, 
A. H. Comments on recent political discussions, with 
the fallacy of the sinking fund. Fry, J. S. Concise 
history of tithes. Congreve, Sir W. Impractibility 
of the resumption of cash payments, tie. Gentz, F. 
von. On the liberty of the press in Gr. Brit.; tr. from 
the German. Goerres, Prof. J. J. von. Germany and 
the revolution. Heathfteld, R. 1 lan for the liquida- 
tion of the public debt. Gr. Brit. Ho. of Commons. 
Report of the select com. [onj gaols, etc. 

16. 1820. Cottu, . Administration of the criminal 
code in England, and the spirit of the English govern 
ment. Gurney, J. J. Visit to prisons in Scotland, 
etc. Gr. Brit. Commissioners [on] Weight* and Meas 
ure*. 1st report. C., A. Letters to Earl of Liverpool 
and X. Vansittart. MacLean, C. Causes of plague, 
etc. Smith, W. C. Charge. Mar. 9, 1820. The 
British metre and its derivatives. Canning, G. 
Speech at the Liverpool dinner [on] his re-election, 
Mar. 18, 1820. Brougham, II. Speech on the educ.of 
the poor. Dunn, W. The Vansittart plan of finance. 

Letter from a Jew to a Christian [on] the recent at 
tacks on the Bible. Grammar schools considered 
with ref. to a case lately decided by the Ld. chancellor. 

Lingard, J. Nature and constitution of timber. 
Whitehead, W. B. The expected parliamentary pro 
vision in furtherance of general education. Means of 
retaining the population within any required limits. 
Episcopacy consid. with ref. to the modern popular so- 
cieties. Means of benefitting the poor. Smith, Sir 
W. C. Two political allegories, 1793. Heathfleld, H. 
Practicability of liquidating the public debt. 

17. Toreno, Count. Events in Spain, 1808-14; tr. 
from the orig. Spanish by \V. Walton. Heathfleld, R. 
Addenda to [his] 2d pub. on the liquidation of the pub 
lic debt. Marryat, J. Speech. Ho. of Commons, on 
the petition of the ship owners of London, against any 
alteration in the duties on timber. Bowles, \V. L. 
Reply to the charges brought by the reviewer of Spence s 
Anecdotes, Quart, rev., Oct. 1820, against the last ed. of 
Pope s works. Burchell, W. J. Hints on emigration 
to the Cape of Good Hope. Milton, J. Plan of edu 
cation ; with the plan of the Edin. Academ. Institution. 

Argument on military obedience. The curates 
appeal to the equity and Christian principles of the 
British legislature, etc., examined. Field, G. ^Esthet 
ics; or, The analogy of the sensible sciences; with app. 
on light and colors. U. S. Treasury Dept. Report of 
the Sec. transmitting the condition of the Bank of the 
U. S. and its offices. Christian, E. General obs. on 
provident banks; with a plan of the unlimited or provi 
dent bank at Cambridge. Say, J. B. Letters to Mai- 
thus on political economy; partic. the causes of the 
general stagnation of commerce. Marriage and di- 
vorce. Bowles, W. L. The poetical character of 
poetry. Gray, S. Remarks on the production of 
wealth. Vindex, paeitd. On the present national 
distress. Clay, J. Free trade essential to the welfare 
of Gr. Brit.; or, An inquiry into the cause of the pres 
ent distressed state, etc. James, H. Essay on the 
currency; or, The alterations in the value of money, 
the cause of the distressed state, etc. The United 
Kingdom tributary to France; the real cause of the dis- 
tresses, etc. Fitzmaurice, H. P. Speech on foreign 
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18. 1821. The declaration of England against the 
Holy Alliance. Reflections on the conduct of the 
allies. Sketch of a plan for reformation in provincial 
banking. Beaumont, J. T. B. Criminal jurispru 
dence, with the draft of a new penal code. Constant, 

B. On the dissolution of the Chamber of Deputies - 
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this country. - The exclusion of the queer from the 
liturgy. - Bowles, W. L. The poetical character of 
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to Cato, in defence of the people of England, and iii 
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present timber and deal trade, as regards Europe and 
the Brit. Amer. colonies. Expediency, etc., or strik 
ing off a part of the national debt. Bowles W L 
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penal cod-e. Broughton, R. E. Letter to G. W Hall 
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Letter to F. J. Robinson on the present depressed 
stale of agriculture. Cornaro, L. Sure methods of at- 
tnlning a long life. Brief obs. on the copy. right bill. 
Protection to agriculture or universal ruin. Further 
remarks on Scripture, relating to marriage and divorce. 

Fabius. Letter to Lord Byron protesting against the 
immolation of Gray, Cowper, and Campbell, at the 
shrine of Pope. 

19. 1822. Vernon, E. Sermon, coronation of George 
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Christophilus. Vlndlciee Britannicaj; Christianity in 
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Parnell, H. History of the penal laws against the 
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21. 1823. Collier, J. Reply to the 6th ed. of a 
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Henry vin. Love letters to Anna Boleyn. Dis 
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people of Eng. , from the attack of Sheridan. Bade- 
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23. 1824. Good, J. M. Letter to Sir J. C. Hippisley 
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26. 1826. Bentham, J. Indications resp. Lord 
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27- Gardiner, H. Absenteeism considered. 
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Letter to Canning on the Catholic question. Notes 
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28. 1827. Temple, G., Ld. Nugent. Plain statement 
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29. 1828. Wilmot, Sir E. E. Letter to magistrates 
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Paolo Veronese. VIE de I . (In Tot:i.ONGEON, F. K. Ma 
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Papa, Giuseppe del. FABRONI, A. (In his Vitas Ital., 

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Pape, Jacques, seigneur de Saint Auban. See Saint Auban. 
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- PAYEN, A. Expos. Univ., papiers de bois. (In 

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Paper money. LANGI.KS, L. M. Sur les papiers- 

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ARISTIDES, ps. Remarks on the proposed plan of an 

emission of paper, etc. Annapolis, [179-]. 8. (W17) 

PROFUSION of paper money, not deficiency in harvests, 

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SANPEUR, G., On the manufacture of banks; 

with strong observations on paper currency. Lon 
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- FRANCIS, Sir P. Reflections on the abundance of 
paper in circulation and the scarcity of specie. 
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HEATH, L. Paper money; its influence on national 

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SPOONEK, L. New system of paper currency. 

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(p. 1531); Italy (p. 1543); Massachusetts (p. 1898, 
99); North Carolina; Pennsylvania ; Rhode 
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Papers for thoughtful girls ; by S. Tytler [Miss 

Keddie], Boston, 1871. 8. 
Papers relating to the Quakers tythe bill. 3d ed. London, 

1736. 8. (B 123) 

Papi, L. Lettera sulla fondazione di una nuova citta ital- 
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Papias. Fragments. (In Apostolic fathers. Writings. 

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Papin, Denys. New digester or engine for soften 
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Papon, Jean Pierre. Histoire de la Revolution de 

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Paposh-namu, The; [from] the Bengal Hurkaru, [by A.H. 

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Papotti, Tiberio. Elogi d illustri Imolesi. 2a ed. 

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Eng. Discov. of the French to the S. E. of 

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MAJOR, R. H. (In ftis Early voyages to Australia. 

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Papworth, John Woody. Artistic ecclesiastical 

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WAIELY, N. de. Sur des fragments de papyrus ecrils 

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Parabere, Marie Madelaine de la Vieuville, ctsse. de. 
CAPEFIGUE, J. B. H. R. La comtesse de P. 
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Parable of the unjust steward, n.t.p. [18.] 12. (C 246) 
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Paracelsus, Aureolus Philippus Theophrastus 
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SchrifFten an Tag gebeii durch lo. Hoservm. 
Basel, 1589-91. 10 v. in 5. 4 U . 
Contents. Vol. 1, 1. Paramirum de quinque entibus 
omnium morborutn. Kin anders Opus paramirum. 
De generatione hominis. 1, 2. Paragranum, 1 hilo- 
sophia, Astronomia, Alchimia, Virtus Med. Ein ander 
Paragranum. Chronica des Landes Kiirnten. Defen- 
siones und Verantwortungc. Labyrinthus medicorum 
errantium. Vom tartaro. Epistel des Landschaft t 
inn Karnten. 2, 3. De viribus membrorum. De con- 
servatione quatuor elemenlorum in homine. Von 
.vrsprung vnnd heilung der natUrallchen 1 estilenz, der 
zaubrischen 1 estilunz. Ein BUchlein von der Pesli- 
lenz an die Stall Sterzingen. Von vrsprung und 
vrsachen der 1 estilenz an die Stall Sterzingen. Vom 
Pestilenz zwei Biicher. Item drey Biieher. Col 
lectanea de peste. DC morbis ex tartaro oriundis. 
Epist. ad Erasmum. Erasrni responsio. De icteri- 
tiis. Libri xiv. paragraphorum. 2, 4. Von den 
Tartarischen Kranckheilen. De morbis amcntiurn. 
De conlractoris. Von Wassersucht, Scliwindtsucht, 
Farbsuchten, Colic, Paraiyss, Taubsuchl, Wurmen 
Stullauff. Podagra, den fallenden Suclit Kaltcnweh. 
Vom Podagra. Vom Epilepsia. Decaduco matricis. 
3, 5. Von dn Bergkranckheilcn. Typi de morbis ali 

quot generaliter agentes. De febribvs. Curalionis 
morborum larlareorum fragm. Etlliche consilia medico. 

Ellliche fragmenla medica zu diesen bisher ausgang- 
enen fiinft Theilen. Aj/p. Commenlaria in Aphoris- 
mos Hippocralis. De modo phlebolomandl. Vom 
Gebrauchder AderlassinimPurgiren. VomSchrepffen. 

Fram. de sangu. min., etc. De vrinis, de pvlsibvs, 
el de physiognomia medica. In aphorismos Hippocra- 
tis de vriua iraclanles commentaria. De modo phar- 
macandi. Vom Purgiren elliche fragmenta. 3, 6. 
Archidoxis ex Tbeophrastia Paracelsi pars I. De 
renovatione et restauralione. De longa vita ein Buch 
Teutsch. De vita longa Laline libri v ex irans. lo. 
Oporini. Ettliche Teutsche fragmenta der Biicher de 
vita longa. De praeparulionibus libri duo. Process 
don spirilum vitrioli zu machen. De nalura rerum ix 
Biicher. De linclvra physicorvm. Das Vexierbuch 
seu Coelum philosophorum. Thesavrvs alchemistarvm. 

De cementis. De gradationibvs. Cetnenivm super 
Venerem ex Marte. Das Manual de lapide philosoph- 
orum. Ratio extrahendi ex omnibus melallis mercu- 
rium, sulphur, et crocum. 4, 7. Intimatio Basileae 
publicata qua studiosi ad novae medicinae sludium 
vndique aduocabantur. De giadibvs rerum naturalium 
el composilionibus remediorum, ilemq; de eorum dosi- 
bus et administrationibus libri vn Latine ex vers. lo. 
Oporini. Herbarius. Von den uaiiirlichcn Dingen 
das ersle Buch. Vom Turpentin. Vom Honig. 
De xylohebeni preeparatione et usu. De curalione 
rupturae. De mumiae prat-paratione et usu, ex vers. lo. 
Oporini. Liber principiorum. De thermis. Vom 
Bad Pfeffers. De gradibus et compositionibus. 
Fragm. de re herbaria. De ihermis fiinff fragmenta. 
4, 8. Philosophic ad Alhenienses drey Biicher. Ex 
anatomico opere fragm. Philosophies de generation]- 
bus et fruclib. quatuor elementorum 11. iv. Philosophise 
de generalione hominis libellus. De meteoris ein 
Buch. Opusc. de meteoris in fiinff Biicher. Ein 
anders Buch meteorum. Zwene prologi in die gantze 
Philos. de gen. element. De elernento aeris. Von 
Verstossung Lvciferi vnd Adse. Liber tertius meteo 
rum de impressionibus ignis. Andere capila meteorica. 

De generatione melallorum el mineralivm. Schcd- 
ula de mineralibus Lalina. Von den natiirlichen 
WasBcrn, in. -v. Buch. 5,9. Vol. primtim philo- 
sophiw. De lunaticis. De generatione stultorum. 
De nymphis, sylphis, pygmaeis, et salamandris. De 
arte praesaga. De bona et mala fortuna. De vera 
influi-nlia rerum. De inuenlione rerum. De volis 
alienis. De sanctorum authoritate, beneficiis, signis 
el blasphemiis. De superslitionibus et oeremoniis. 
De sagis. De damioniacis et obsessis. De somniis. 

De sanguine ultra mortem. De animabus hominnm 
post mortem apparentib. De virlule imaginativa. 
De characteribus. De homunculis et monstris. De 
animalibus ex sodomia natis. Philosophia occulta. 
DC imaginibus. Vom Vnterscheidt der Zeit. Von 
Geberung vnd Erhaltung d. vier elementischen Cbrpern. 
Vom Fk-isch vnd Mvmia. Vom Vnterscheidt der Lei- 
ber vnd Geister. Vom Schlaft vnd Wachen der Leiber 
vnd Geisler. Vom Fundament vnd Vrsprung der 
Weisheit vnd Kiinsten. Fragm. : De fundamento 
sapientiae et scientiarum. De euntibns in somno, etc. 

De generatione stultorum. 5, 10. Philosophia 
sagax oder astronomia magna. Erklarung der ganlzen 
Astronomey. Practica in scientia divinalionis. Er 
klarung der nalurlichen Astronomey. Probatio in 
scientiam nigromanticam, signatam artium incertarnm, 
manualis mathematical Fragmenta vnd schedules. 
App. : Azot, seu, De ligno et linea vita?. Archidoxeos 

woruen. i logiiosiKauuii zuKuniiuger vjr*( UK. nu ii. 
Ausslegung etlicher Figuren auss dem ersten Theil dess 
Liechlenbergers. Fasciculus prognoslicalionum aslro- 

Nine books of the nature of things. (In Sendivogius, 

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Paradin, Guillaume. NICEROX, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 33. 

Paradise, ? Serious enquiries into the motives and con 
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Paradise. ANSAHT, F. De situ Paradisi terrcstris. (In 
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HOPKINSON, J. Synopsis Paradisi; ex variis script. 

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WRIGHT, T. Legends current on P. in the Middle 

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Paradise of love; or. The complaint of love. (In Le 

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Paradise regained, get. Milton, J. 
Paradisi, Agostino. Lettere. (In Rac. di prosi elet.,v.2. 

Paradisi, (Jr. Per le nozze del cav. L. Nobili colla signora 

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Paradoxa. See Cicero, M. T. ; Sanchez, F. 
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Paradys, Joannes Antonius. Dissertatio litcraria de ostra- 

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- Same. (In Brydges, Sir 8. E. Brit, bibl., v. 4. 1814.) 
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Paragreens in Paris ; by J. lluffini. N. Y., 1857. 



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HOPKINS, E. A. Memoir on P., [1852J. (In Amer. 

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- MANSFIELD, C. B. P., Brazil, and the Plate, 

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DEMERSAV, L. A. Fragments d un voyage au P. exe 

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See also Abipones. 


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CHARI.EVOIX, P. F. X. de. Histoire du P., 

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BEROA, D. de. Littenc annuae prov. Para- 

quaiiap, [1685-87]; Lat. red. a F. dellamal 
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- REPUBLIQUE des Jesuites, La, ou Paraguay ren- 

versee; relation dc la guerre centre les 
monarques d Espagnc et de Portugal en 
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- HENGGER, A., and LONGCHAMP, . Essai 

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peds of P. ; tr., with a physical sketch of 
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Parallax. GILLISS, J. M. Observations to determine the 
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See also Moon. 

Parallel, The ; an account of the knavery under the pre 
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1679. f. (A 54) 

Parallel, The ; or, A vindication of the A b p of C t y, 

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Paralysis. APPI.ETON, X. W. Paralysis of the 
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AUSTIN, T. J. Practical account of general 

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MERYON, E. Practical and patholog. researches 

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PARKINSON, J. Essay on the shaking palsy. London, 

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- ROBERTS, W. Essay on wasting palsy. Lon 

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- TOUD, R. Paralysis and diseases of the brain. 

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Paramara. Two inscriptions pertaining to the Paramara 
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Parana. HUTCHINSON, T. J. The P., with inci 
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HINCHLIFF, T. W. (In his 8. American sketches. 


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PATINO, D. Journal d un voy. sur le Parana. (In 

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Parant, Eugene. Tessage. (In Lacroix, E. Etudes BUT 
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Parant, Narcisse. Lois de la presse en 1836, legis 
lation sur I imprimerie et la libraire. Paris, 
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Parasit, Dor, oder die Kunst sein Gliick zu machen; ein 
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Parasitaster ; or, The fawne; a comedy. See Marston, J. 

Parasites. KUCHENMEISTER, G. F. H. Parasites 
of the human body; tr. by E. Lankester. 
London, 1857. 2 v. 8. (Sydenham Soc.) 

BUSK, G. Parasites and diseases which they pro 

duce. (In Holmes, T. Syst. of surg., v.4. 1864.) 

REDI, F. Osservazioni. (In his Opere, v. 1. 1742.) 
Paratitla theologica. t.p.w. [Herborna?, 1625.] 4. 
Paravent, Le ; par Bernard. Nouv.ed. Paris, 

1866. 18. 

Paravia, Pler-Alessandro. II niarchese di Saluzzo. Carlo 
Mngno e la Badia di Vezzolano. Amedeo V. di 
Savoia. (Jn Brofferio, A. Tradiz. itnl., v. 1. 1847.) 

SCLOPIS, F. Necrologia di P. (In Archivio stor. 

ital., n.s., v. 4. 1857.) 
Paravicino y Arteaga, Fray Hortensio Felix. Romances. 

(In Sedana. Parnaso esp., v. 5. 1771.) 
Parchappe, Maximilian. Galilee, sa vie, ses de- 

couvertes, et ses travaux. Paris, 1866. 18. 
Pardessus, Jean Marie. Collection de lois mari- 

times anterieures au 17e siecle. Paris, 1828- 

45. 6 v. 4 

Content*. Vol.1. Commerce maritime anterieurement 
& la decouverte de 1 Amerique. Peuples anciecs. 
Grecs. Romains. Invasion des barbares. Empire 
d Orient. Textesdes Basiliques. Droit maritime des 
Rhodiens. Droit maritime des pays conquis par les 
Croises en Orient. Jugetnens d Oleron. Jugemensde 
Damme on Lois deAVestcapelle. Coutumes d Amster 
dam, d Enchuysen et de Stavern. Droit maritime de 
Wisby. 2. Consulat de la mer. Guidon de lamer. 
Ligue anseatique. 3. Norvege. Islande. Suede. 
Danemarck. Breme. Harnbourg. Lubeck. 4. 
Pays-Bas. Angleterre. France. Genes. Pise 
et Florence. 5. Venise, etc.. Etats pontificaux. 
Deux-Siciles. Sardaigne. Catalogue, Aragon, 
Valence, et Majorque. 6. Espagne. Portugal. 
Make. La mer des Indes, la prosqu Jle Malaye, et 
1 archipel d Asie. Tables. 

Etude du droit commercial. (In Camus, A. G. Let- 

tree, etc., v. 1. 1818; and in Dupin, A. M. J. J. 
Profession d avocat, v. 1. 1832.) 

L origine du droit coutumier en France, et son etat 

jusqu au 13e siecle. (In Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Inner. 
Mem., v. 10. 1833.) Sur la continuation de la tables 
des chartes imprimees. Rapport sur la continua 
tion, etc. Surune nourelle publication des Assines 
de Jerusalem. (In v. 12, pt. 1. 1836.) Les diffe- 
rentes rapports sous lesquels 1 age etait considere 
dans la legislation romaine. (In v. 13. 1838.) Le 
commerce de la soie chez les anciens. (In v. 15, 
le pt. 1842.) La distinction qu on peut faire dans 
les textes de la loi salique. (In v. 15, 2e pt. 1845.) 

Pardey, Henry Oaks. Nature s nobleman. (In Sargent, 
E. Mod. stand, dr., v. 13.) 

Pardies, Ignace GaMon. NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., 
v. 1. 1729; and, Germ., v. 1. 1749.) 

Pardo de Figueroa, Balthazar. Memoire presente a Louis 
xiv pour 1 engager a entreprendre la conquete dn 
1 erou. (In Ternaux-Compans, H. Archives des 
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Pardoe, Julia. City of the Magyar; or, Hungary 
and her institutions in 1839-40. London, 
1840. 3 v. 1 2". 

- City of the Sultan. Phila., 1837. 2 v. 12. 

- Court and reign of Francis i., King of France. 

London, 1849. 2 v. 8. 

- Episodes of French history during the Consu 

late and the First Empire. N. Y., 1859. 8. 

- Life of Marie de Medic-is. 2d ed. London, 

1852. 3 v. 8. 

- A life struggle. N. Y., 1860. 12. 

- Louis xiv., and the court of France in the 17th 

century. London, 1847. 3 v. 8. 

- The river and the desart ; or, Recollections of 

the Rhone and the Chartreuse. Phila., 1838. 
2 v. 12. 

Pardon, Geo. Frederick. The billiard book ; by 
Capt. Crawley [pseud.]. London, 1866. 8". 

Pardon, Wm. New general dictionary. See Dyche, T. 

Pardon of Guingamp. DE QUETTEVILLE, P. W. de. 
Pardon of G.; or, Poetry and romance in 
modern Brittany. London, 1870. 8". 

Pardoner and Frere. (In Child, F. J. Four old plays. 

Pare, Ambroise. CEuvres completes; 
notes, et une introd. par J. F. Malgaigne. 
Paris, 1840-41. 3 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Introd. sur 1 origine et les progres 
de la chirurgie en Occident du 6e an 16e siecle. et sur 
la vie et les ouvragcs d A. Pare. CEuvres le - 7e livre. 
2. 8e-18e livre. 3. Preface. ]9e-27e livre. Discours 
de la mumie et de la licorne. Apologie et traite conte- 
nant les voyages fails en divers lieux. Le livre des 
animaux et de I excellence de 1 homme. 

Opera chirurgica. (In Uffenbach, P. Thes. chirurg. 

Pare, Win. Plan for the suppression of the predatory 

classes. (In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 

Parea, A. Novelli morali. (In Soave, F. Novclle mo- 

rali. 1826.) 
Parecido en la corte, El; de A. Moreto. (In Huerta, V. 

G. de la. Theatro hesp.. pt. 2, v. 2. 1785.) 
Paredes oyen, Las; por J. R. de Alarcon. (In Ochoa, E. 

de. Tesoro del teatro esp., v. 4. 1838.) 
Perego, Gaetano. Apologhi. (In Raccolta di favoleggia- 

tori ital. 1833.) 
Parelli, Giovanni. Seconds calami ta volterrana. 1530. (In 

Archivio stor. ital., app., v. 3. 1846.) 
Parent, Antoine. NICERON. J. P. (In his Mem., v. 11. 

1730; and, Germ., v. 9. 1754.) 

Parent, Etienne. De 1 importance et des devoirs du com 
merce. Considerations sur le sort des classes 

ouvrieres. De 1 iiitelligence dans ses rapports avec 

la societe. (In Litterature canadienne, 1850-60. 


Parent Duchatelet, Alexandre Jean Baptiste. Hy 
giene publique. Paris, 1836. 2 v. 8. 
- Prostitution dans la ville de Paris. 2e ed. 
Paris, 1837. 2 v. 8. 

Same. 3e ed., [avec] notes par A. Tribuchet 

et Poirat-Duval ; [et] un precis sur la pros 
titution dans les villes. Paris, 1857. 2 v. 8. 

and Martinet, L. Recherches sur rinflamma- 

tion de 1 arachnoide cerebrale et spinale, ou 
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Parental instructions ; or, Guide to wisdom and 

virtue. N. Y., 1846. 18. 
Parental legacies. Boston, 1804. 12. 

Contents. Glasse, S. Advice from a lady of quality 
to her children. Gregory, J. Father s legacy to his 
daughters. Miscel. extracts. 

Parents. COMSTOCK, C. Essays on the duties of 
P. and of children. Hartford, 1810. 12. 

See also Children ; Mother ; Youth. 
Parent s assistant ; by M. Edgeworth. Boston, 

[182-?]. 24. 
Parent s assistant, The, and Sunday school book. Boston, 

1822. 8. (C 119) 

Parent s friend ; or, Extracts from works on edu 
cation. Phila., 1803. 2 v. 8. 
Parent s gift ; or, Youth s magazine. 1830, 31. Vol. 

1, 2. Phila., 1830, 31. 2 v. 16. 
Parent s monitor and teacher s assistant ; comp. 
by A. Bullard. Vol.2. Boston, 1829. 18. 
Parents pauvres, Les; par H. de Balzac. Paris, 

1865.16. ((Euvres, v. 15, 16.) 
Pareto, Asrostino. PARETO, D. (Jn Grillo, L. Elogi di 

Liguri.v. 3. 1846.) 
Pareto, D. See the previous entry. 
Pareus or Waengler, Daniel, d. 1635. NICERON, J. P. 

(In hi* Mem., v. 43. 1745.) 
Pareus or Waengler, David, d. 1622. Operum 

theologicorum torn. 1. Vomit, 1628. f. 
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in Genes]!), in prophetiam Ho.neie. Notae brcviores in 
pr.iph. Joelis, llaggaei, Amos. Com. in evang. S. Mat- 




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Xote. The Misc. catech. have a separate pag 
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- In Gcnesin Mosis comment. Geneva?, 1614. 4. 

- Do potcstate eccles. et civili carundemque vin- 

dicatio. Ed. 2a. Franc., 1633. 18". 

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Pareus, David. Predictions. (In Atwood, W., ed. Won 
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Pareus or Waengler, Juhann Philipp. DC imita- 
tione ferentiana. Neapoli Nemetum,1617. 8. 

- Xarratio de vita D. Parei. (In Pareus, D. Operuni 

theo!., v. 1. 1628.) 

- XICEKON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 43. 1745.) 
Parfait ingenieur franqais, Le, ou La fortification 

offensive et defensive. Amst., 1734. 4. 

Parfaita amans. Lcs; ou, Les metamorphoses; comedie, 
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Parfre, llian. Candlemas Day; or, The killing of the chil 
dren of Israel ; a mystery. (In Hawkins, T. Ori 
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Parga. DE BOSSET, C. P. Parga and the Ionian 
Islands ; a refutation of mis-statements. 
London, 1821. 8". 

OR. BRIT. Purl. Papers relating to Parga. [London, 

1820.] P. (E166) 

Paria, Le; tragedie. See. Delavigne, J. F. C. 
Pariati, I ietro. Costantino; drama per musica. Venczia, 

1711. 12. (D48) 

Poesie drarnmatiehe. (Vols. 9-11 of Zeno, A. Poesie 

dram. 1786.) 

Parieu, Marie Louis Pierre Felix Esqnirou de. Rapport 
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Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Sci. Mor. Mem., v. 12. 1865.) 
Parini, (jiuseppe, il abate. Opere ; pub. Oda F. ! 

Reina. Milano, 1801-04. 6 v. 8. 
Contents, Vol. 1. II mattino. II mezzogiorno. 
II vestro. La notte. L auto da fe. Sopra la 
guerra. Al barone de Martini. Frammenti del 
poemetto sulla Colonna infaine. 2. Sonetti. Odi. 
Canzonette. Frammenti. 3. Scherzi. Canzone. 
Novelle. Sonotti. Capltoli. Pistola. Prologo. 
- Traduzioni. Poesie pastoral!. Epigramrni. 
Poesie drammatlche. Festa teatrale. 4. Elogi. 
Diseorsi. Dialogo. Letter!. Novella. Pension 
varii. 5. Programmi di belle arti. Pareri e giudi- 
zii letterarii. 6. De principii delle belle lettere appli- 
cati alle belle arti. 

II giorno. Odi. Canzonette. Sonetti. II laiiro. 

In morte del Barbiere. Alcanonico Agudio. 

Lo studio. (In Poeti Hal. contemp. 1843.) 

- Lettere. (In Raccolta di prose e let , v. 2. 1830.) 

CANTU, C. L abate Parini e la Lombardia nel 

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Note. This contains II giorno . 

- GIUSTI. G. Delia vita e delle ope re di G. Parini. 

(In liis Scritti vari. 1863.) 
Paris, M, BIBLIOTHECA Parisiana ; catalogue of 

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Paris, Alexis Paulin. De la necessite de publier 

le catalogue general des livres imprime [de la 

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Xouvelles recherches sur le veritable aiiteur du 

Songe du vergier, le, 2e mem. (In Paris. Inst. 
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Paris, Antoine Louis. Dictionnaire des anoblisse- 
ments, 1804-68; par une societe d heraldistes 
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Diet, des anohlissements, 1270-1790. S?e Gourdon de 

Genouillac, X. J. II. 

- Indieateur du grand armorial general de 

France, par C. d Hozier. Paris, 1865. 2 v. 8. 

- Negociations, lettres, et pieces diverses rel. au 

regnede Frangois ii. Paris, 1841. 4. (Doc. 

Paris, Francois de. RF.CUEIL des miracles operes au 
tombeau Paris. Par., 1732. 10 v. 12. 

Paris, Franqois Edmond. I/art naval a 1 Expos. 
Univ. de Londres, 1862. Paris, 1863. 8 and 

Atlas f". 
Paris, Uaston. Histoire poetique de Charlemagne. 

Paris, 1865. 8. 
Paris, John. Sermon before Brig. -Gen. Hoke s 

Brigade, Kinston, N. C., Feb. 28, on the 

death of 22 men executed for desertion. 

Greenborough, 1864. 8". 
Paris, John Ayrton. Life of Sir Humphrey Davy. 

London, 1831. 4". 
- Pharmacologia. 3d ed. London, 1820. 8. 

- Same. 3d Amer. from the 6th Lond. ed., by 

A. W. Ives. N. Y., 1825. 2 v. 8. 

- Same. From 9th London ed., with notes by 

C. A. Lee. N. Y., 1844. 8". 

- Treatise on diet. Phila., 1826. 8. 

- Same. 2d ed. London, 1827. 8". 

- Same. Phila., 1841. 8". 

Paris, Louis Philippe Albert d Orleans, comte de. 
Les associations ouvrieres en Angleterre. 
Paris, 1869. 18. 

- Eng. Trades unions of England ; tr. by X. 

J. Senior, T. Hughes. Lond., 1869. 8. 
Several article*.] (In Revue d. D. Mondes, fev. 1863 - 

mai 1875.) 

Paris or Parisiensis, MaUliaeus. See Matthaeus Parix. 
Paris, Les comtes de. MOUKIN, E. Les comtes de 

Paris; histoire de I avenement de la 3e race. 

Paris, [1869]. 18". 


4" Arrangement. A. Works of and about depart 
ments of the government. B. Works about Paris, 
under heads Antiquities, Architecture and Art, 
Bibliography, Charities, Commerce. Descrip 
tion, Maps, Education, Fortifications, His 
tory, Hospitals. Industry, Prison, Water, 
Sewage, c. Associations, etc., viz. : Benevolent and 
Moral. Business, Clubs, Ecclesiastical, Gal 
leries, Museums, Artistic associations, Industrial 
exhibitions, Libraries, Literary and Scientific, 
Political, Theatres. 


Abattoirs. HAKEWILL, J. Plan of the A. 

London, 1828. 4". 

LAVOISIER, A. L. Des projets pour eloigner les 

tueries de I entericur de P. (In his Giuvres, v. 3. 

Chdtelet. Procedure criminelle instruite au 

Chatelet de Paris sur la denonciation des 
faits arrives a Versailles dans la journee du 
6 octobre 1789. Paris, 1790. 8. 
DESMAZE, C. Le Chatelet de Paris, son or 
ganisation, ses privileges, etc. Paris, 1863. 8". 

Conseil de .S ilubrite. Rapports generaux, 1829- 

39. Paris, 1840. 4. 

Eaux. See p. 2232 ( Water, Sewage}. 

Electeurs de Paris. Proces-verbal des seances, 

etc., red. par Bailly et Duveyrier. Paris, 
1790. 3 v. (v. 2 w.). 8. 

Entrepot*. APPEL an Conseil d Etat sur les cahiors de 

charge et les adjudications des deux entrepots de 
Paris. 71 .{>., [1833]. 8. (B 1083) 

Heraldry. BEAUMONT, P. F. [Xoms, qualite/, 

et armes des gouverneurs, des prevots, etc., 
de la ville de Paris. Paris, 1776.] f. 

Hopitaux. See p. 2232. 

Hdtel de Ville. Registres de 1 Hotel de Ville 

de Paris pendant la Fronde ; pub. pour la 
Soc. del IIistoire de France. Paris, 1846. 8. 

Municipality . FRANCE. Annetnblce Rationale. Plan 

de la municipalite de Paris, presente par le Comite 
des 24, adopte provis. par les 280,et souinis an OomlU 
de Constitution. (In Buchez, P. J. B., and Rouz, 
P. C. Hist, parl., v. 4. 1834.) 

Octroi. See Industry (p. 2232). 



PARIS (Description) 

Police. MANUEL, L. P. La police de Paris 
devoilee. Paris, an n [1794]. 2 v. 8. 

- Prevot (Et. Boileau and successors). Reglemens 

sur les arts et metiers de Paris, red. au 13e 
siecle, et connus sous le nom du Livre des 
metiers d E. Boileau ; pub. par G. B. Dep- 
ping. Paris, 1837. 8. 
See also Chalelet (p. 2229). 



- JOLLOIS, J. B. P. Sur les antiqtiites romaines et gallo- 

romaines de Paris. (In Paris. Inst. Ac. d. Inscr. 
Div. sav., 2e ser., v. 1. 1843.) 


- KRAFFT, J. C. Recueil des plus jolies maisons 

de Paris et ses environs, [1789-1809]. 2e pte. 
Paris, 1809. obi. f. 

- GATTEAUX, N. M. Projet d un monument pour con- 

sacrer la Revolution. Paris, [17 ?]. 4. (A 74) 

- DALY, C. L architecture privee au 19e siecle. 

Paris, 1864. 3 v. f. 

- POYET, B. Projcts de places et edifices a eriger pour 

la gloire et 1 utilite de la repub. Paris, an vill 
[1800]. 4. (A 74) 

- THIOLLET, F. Choix de maisons, etc., de Paris 

et ses environs, 1820-29. Paris, 1829. obi. 4. 

- CALLIAT, V. Parellele des maisons de Paris 

construitesdepuis!830[-50]. Paris,18oO. f. 

- Bibllotheque du Koi, BOLLLKE, 3f. Memoire sur les 

moyens dc procurer a la Bibliotheque du Roi les 
avantages que ce monument exige. t.p.w. [Paris, 
1785.] f. (E 126) 

- Ecoles de Chirurgie. GONDOIN, . Description. 

Paris, 1780. f. 

- Eglise de I lltitel des Invalides. PLANS, n.t.p. 

- Fountains. DUVAI., A. Les fontaines [1607- 

1813]; planches par Morsy. Paris, 1813. f. 

- Halle aux Vina. HERAIL & CIE. Monument d utilite 

pub., decretepar Napoleon I. [Par.. 1808.] 4. (A 74) 

- Louvre. BALTARD, L. P. Sur la reunion des 

palaces des Tuileries et du L. Par., 1811. f. 

- Notre Dame. MONOGRAPHIE de Notre-Dame 

de Paris et de la nouvelle sacristie de Lassus 
et Viollet de Due ; pree. d un notice histo- 
rique par Celtibere. Paris, [1857?]. f. 

- - DLCHALAIS, A. I, a terre et la mer a Notre-Dame. 

(In Annales archeol., v. 6. 1847.) GOBINEAU DE 
MONTLUISANT, E. (In v. 21. 1861.) 

- - JOLIMONT, F. T. de. Vues pittoresques de la 

Cathedral de Paris, dessines par Chapuy ; 
avec une texte. Paris, 1826. 4. 

SAUVAGEOT, C. La porte des martyrs a Notre Dame. 

(In Annales archeoi., v. 22. 1862.) 

- - VIOLLET LE Due, E. La fleche de Notre-Dame. (In 

Gazette de beaux-arts, v. 6. 1860.) 

- Pantheon. GISORS, A. J. B. G. Essais sur la res- 

tauration des supports de In tour du dome du Pan 
theon franc. Paris, an vn [1799]. 4. (A 74) 

- - PETIT-RADEL, L. F. Projet pour la restauration du 

Pantheon franc.ais. Paris, an VII [1799]. 4. (A 74) 

PEYRE, A. M. Ilestauration du Pantheon 

francais. Paris, an vn [1799]. 4. 

RODELET, J. Descr. du Pantheon Francais [com 

mence en 1757]. Paris, 1804. 8. (B 699) 

- Place, de la Concord. DESCRIPTION de la Place, ex 

plication des statues. Paris, 1838. 12. (C 275) 

- St. Denis. VERNEILH, F. de. Le premier des inonu- 

ments gothiques. (In Annales archeol., v. 23. 1863.) 

- Tuileries. See, above, Louvre. 

See also (p. 2230, 1) Description (LEGRAND, J. G. 
1806, 1818) ; (p. 2233) GALLERIES (Soubise). 


- ART, L . (In Paris guide, v. 1. 1867.) 

- SCHLEGEL, F. von. Gemahldebeschreibungen aus 

Paris und den Nlederlanden, 1802-04. (In his 
Samrnt. Werke, v. 6. 1846.) 

WAAGEN, G. F. Kunstwerke und Kiinstler in 
Paris. Berlin, 1839. 8. 


GRESWELL, W. P. Annals of Parisian typo 
graphy. London, 1818. 8. 

- View of the Parisian early Greek press. Ox 

ford, 1840. 2 v. 8. 

MAITTAIUE, M. Historia typographorum aliquot 
Parisiensium vitas et libros complectens. 
Londini, 1717. 8. 

See also Estienne ; Grolier ; also Libra 
ries (p. 2234). 


CARRE. T. Pietas Parisiensis; description of charity 
in Paris. (In Amydeiius, T. Pietas Romans. 1687.) 

FRANCE. Minintere de V Inter ieur. Arreles et in 
structions concern, les bureaux de 1 adnrin. des hos 
pices. Paris, an x [18021. 8. (B 805) 

- Reglement du conseil gen. d admin. des hospices 

civils de Paris. Paris, an x [1802]. S. (B 805) 

- Reglement pour 1 ndmin. des seconrs a domicile de 

Paris. Paris, an ix [1801]. 8". (B 805) 


Almanach du commerce, par J. de la Tynna, 
1809, 10, 15. Paris, [1809-15]. 3 v. 8. 

Description . 

LURINE, L. [To 1844.] See History (p. 2231). 

FRANKLIN, A. Etude historique et topo- 
graphique sur le plan de Paris de 1540, dit 
plan de tapisserie. Paris, 1869. 18. 

LISTER, M. Journey to Paris, 1698. London, 
1699. 8. 

- - Same. (In Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy.. v. 4. 1809.) 

DETAIL sur quelques etablissemens de la ville de 

Paris. Paris. 1780. 8. (C 165) 
MERCIER, L. S. Tableau de P. .(Vol. 1-8, nouv. 

ed. aug.) Amsterdam, 1782. 12 v. 8. 
ANDREWS, J. Letters to a young gentleman 

setting out for France ; cont. a survey of 

Paris and a review of French literature. 

London, 1784. 8. 

- SHORT sketch of a short trip to Paris in 1788. (In 

Pamphleteer, 1814; v. 3 of B 838) 

- STEARNS, S. Tour from London to Paris, 

[1790]. Dublin, 1791. 12". 

- KOLLOFF, E. Das gesellige Leben vor und nnch der 

Schreekenszeit in Paris. (In Historisches Tasch- 

enbuch, 1863.) 
LIGNE, C. J.. prince de. Memoire sur Paris. (In his 

Melanges, v. 10. 1796; CEuvres, v. 2. 1809; v. 2. 

JOVHAUD, P. Paris dans le 19e siecle. Paris, 

1809. 8. 
DESNOYES, L., and others. Les etrangers a 

Paris; ill. par Gavarni, etc. Paris, [18 ]. 8. 

- LF.MAISTRE, J. G. Hough sketch of modern 

P., letters, 1801-02. 2d ed. Loud., 1803. 8. 

- MANUEL du vovageur a Paris. Paris, an ix 

[1801]. 16. " 

- WESTON, S. The praise of Paris ; sketch in 

1802. London, 1803. 8. 

- BENZENBERG, J. F. Briefe auf einer Reise nach 

Paris im 1804. Dortmund, 1805-06. 2 v. 8. 

- WALTER, A. M. Journal kept chiefly in Paris, 

July 3 - Sept. 4, [1804?]. f. MS. 

- PANORAMA de Paris et de ses environs. Paris, 

1805. 2 v. 12. 

- PARIS et ses curiosites, avec hist, et descr. des 

environs. 7e ed. aug. Paris, 1806. 2 v. 12. 

- LEGRAND, J. G., and LANDON, C. P. Descrip 

tion de Paris et de ses edifices. Paris, 1806- 
09. 2v. 8. 

- VARNHAGEN VON ENSE, K. A. Aufentlialt in P. im 

Jahre 1810. (In Historisches Taschenb. 1846.) 

PARIS (Descrip.) 


PARIS (History) 

ALISON, Sir A. Paris in 1814. (In his Misc. essays. 

EL STAOE, J. C. Letter from Paris to G. Petre. Lon- 
don, 1814. 8. (B 1421) 

FEW weeks in Paris, A. Boston, 1814. 12. 

HKRICART DE THITKY, L. Description des 
catacombes de Paris. Paris, 1815. 8. 

SCOTT, J. Paris revisited in 1815. London, 
1816. 8. 

LEGRAND, J. G., and LANDON, C. P. Descrip 
tion de Paris et de ses edifices. 2e ed. aug. 
Paris, 1818. 2 v. 8. 

HISTORY of P., cont. a descr. of its antiq., etc. See 
Histury (EIlSTORY) in the next column. 

BOERNE, L. Schilderungt-n ans Paris, 1822, 23. (Vol. 
5 of his Gesammelte Schrifteii. 1840.) 

PLANTA, E. New picture of Paris, loth ed. 
enl. London, 1827. 16. 

PUGIN, A. AV. X. Paris and its environs ; views 
engr. by C. Heath [1828-31]. Lond., 1830- 
31. 2 v. 4. 

DOIN, G. T., and CIIARTON, E. Lettres sur Paris. 
Paris. 1830. 8". (B 1055) 

LACROIX, P. [1834.] See History, in the next column. 

SANDERSON, J. American in Paris, [1835-36]. 
Phila., 1839. 2 v. 12. 

- Sketches of P., [1835-36]. Phila., 1838. 12. 

GIRARDIN, Mme. D. G. Le vicomte de Launay ; 
lettres parisiennes, [1836-48]. Paris, 1856. 
3 v. 16. 

conducteur de 1 etranger a Paris. 19e ed., 
aug. par E. Hocquart. Paris, 1837. 18. 

PHILIFON, C. Paris et ses environs reprod. par 
le daguerreotype. Paris, 1840. 4. 

GORE, Mrs.C.G. F. Paris in 1841. London, 
1842. 8. (Heath s picturesque annual, 1842.) 

INDISPENSABLE English vude mecum, or, Pocket com 
panion to Paris. 6th ed. Paris. 1841. 32. (D 40) 

JANIN, J. L hiver et 1 ete a Paris; illust. par E. 
Lami : L ete. Paris, [1843]. 4. 

GALIGNANI S new Paris guide. Paris, 1844. 16. 

BRIFFAULT, E. Paris a table. Paris, 1846. 8. 

DuCAMP, M. Paris, ses organes, ses fonctions, 
etsa vie dans la 2einoitiedu 19esiecle, [1850- 
75]. (Tome 2, 2eed.) Paris, 1869-75. 6 v. 8. 

GUIDE complet et ofticiel. Paris, 1850. 18. 

HEAD, Sir F. Faggot of French sticks, [1851]. 

London, 1852. 2 v. 8. 

LEFEUVE, C. Les anc. maisons de Paris sous 
Napoleon in, [1852-73]. Par., 1863. 4 v. 16. 

JARVES, J. J. Parisian sights and French prin 
ciples. X. Y., 1852. 12. 

JERROLD, W. B. On the Boulevards, 1853- 
66. Phila., 1867. 2 v. 12. 

ABBOTT, J. Hollo in Paris. Boston, 1854. 12. 

ST. JOHN, B. Purple tints of Paris. X. Y., 
1854. 12. 

MONTEMART-BOISSE, F. J. L., baron de. La vie 
elegante a Paris. 2e ed. Paris, 1858. 16. 

PELLETAN, E. La nouvellc Babylone, [1862]. 
2eed. Paris, 1863. 8. 

JERROLD, B. The children of Lutetia, [1863]. 
London, 1864. 2 v. 8. 

TL-RGAN, J. Les omnibus de Paris. (In his Les 
grandes usines de France, v. 3. 1863.) 

GUTHRIE, T. Out of harness ; sketches, narra 
tive and descriptive, [1864]. Lond., 1867. 8. 

HANDBOOK for visitors to Paris. London, Mur 
ray, 1864. 16. 

ANSTED, D. T. Black s guide to Paris and the 
exhibition of 1867. Edin., 1867. 12. 

EHELING, A. Sketches of modern Paris ; tr. by 
F. Locock, [1867?]. London, 1870. 8. 

- GALIGNANI S new Paris guide for 1867. Paris 

London, 1867. 16. 

JERROI.D, W. B. The cockaynes in Paris 

[1867]. London, [1871]. 8. " 

- PARIS guide. Paris, 1867. 2 v. 8. 

- ROBINSON, W. The parks, promenades, and 

gardens of Paris. London, 1869. 8". 

- JOANNF., A. Paris illustre en 1870. 3eed. Paris, 

n.d. 16". (Itin. gen. de la France.) 
See. alto Paris a I envent. 1853; also Thackeray, 
M. T. Paris sketck book [1840] ; also Architecture 


BONNISEI., J. Xouveau plan routier de Paris. 

Paris, 1816. f. 

- FLORINI. M. La nobilisgima et grande citta di Pariei 

n.p., [16-]. (E 78, no. 26) " 

LEROY, J. Plan de Paris et son enceinte. Paris. 

- XOUVEAU plan de Paris. Paris, 1807. 

- XOUVEAU plan dc Paris; rev. et aug. Paris 

Le Roi, 1832. 

- VUILLEMIN, A. Xouveau plan illust. de Paris. 

Paris, 1848. 

Note. There are also maps in the eiiidc books, ng 

See Commerce (p. 2230). 


- CROSS, J. Sketches of the medical schools of 

Paris. London, 1815. 8. 


ARAGO, D. F. (In his (Euvres, v. 6. 1856.) 

See Architecture (p. 2230). 

Sec A (p. 2229). 

jjgy- See also France: History (p. 1039-49). 

Dictionary. BERAUD, A., and DUFEY, P. Dic- 

tionnaire historique de Paris. 2e ed. Paris, 
1828. 2 v. 8. 

- CRAIK, G. L. Paris and its historical scenes. 

London, 1831. 2 v. 12. (Lib. ent. kn., 
v. 20, 21.) 

- DAVESIES DE PONTES, L. Etudes sur 1 histoire 

de Paris ancien et moderne. Paris, 1865. 12". 

DULAURE, J.A. Histoire de Paris. 7eed., aug. 

de notes, etc., par J. L. Belin. Paris, 1839. 
4 v. and Atlas 8. 

- HISTORY of Paris, containing a description of 

its antiquities, public buildings, etc.; with app. 
London, Paris, 1825. 3 v. 8. 

LACROIX, P. Curiosites de 1 histoire du vieux 
Paris. Paris, 1858. 16. 

LURINE, L. Les rues de Paris. Paris, 1844. 

2 v. 8. 

PONTHIEU, A. de. Legendes du vieux Paris. 

Paris, 1867. 12. 

SAINT-VICTOR, J. M. B. B. de. Tableau his 

torique et pittoresque de P. Paris, 1808-11. 

3 v. 4. 

FREEMAN, E. A. Early sieges of Paris, [to 976]. (In 

his Historical essays, v. 1. 1871.) 

- PARIS sous Philippe-le-Bel, [1285-1314]. Paris, 

1837. 4. (Doc. ined.) 

COQUEREL, A. 3.,Jlls. Histoire du Rue des MaraU- 

8aint-Gennain,:iu.jourd hui Rue Viseonti, [1640-68]. 
(In his Libres etudes. 1863.) 

MERIVALE, A. The streets of Paris in the 17th cen 

tury, [1600-17001. (/ his Historical studies. 1865.) 

PARIS (History) 


PARIS (Societies) 

MONTJOIE, C. F. L. V. delaT. Histoire de la 

conjuration de L. P. J. d Orleans, [1747-93]. 

Paris, 1796. 3 v. 8. 
BLONDEL, J. F. Festes donnees par la ville de 

Paris a 1 occasion du mariage de Mme. 

Louise-Eliz. et Philippe, 1739. Paris, 1740. f. 
DAUB AN, C. A. Paris, 1794-95, histoire de la 

rue, du club, de la famine. Paris, 1869. 8. 
PELTIER, J. G. Paris pendant les annees 

1795-1801. Londres, 1795-1801. 31 v. 8. 
GIRAUD, P. F. F. J. Campngne de Paris en 1814; 

prec. d un coup d oeil sur celle de 1813. 4e ed. 

Paris, 1814. 8. (C 89) 
ERNOUF, A. A., le baron. Histoire de la der- 

niere capitulation de Paris, [1815]. Paris, 

1859. 8. 

HOBHOUSE, J. C. Letters from Paris in 1815. 

London, 1816. 2 v. 8. 
BORNE, L. Briefe aus Paris, [1830-33]. N.Y., 

1858. 2 v. 12". 
WIKOFF, II. A New Yorker in the foreign 

office, and his adventures in Paris, [1849-55]. 

London, 1858. 12". 
TENOT, E. Paris en Decembre 1851 ; etude 

hist, sur le coup d etat. 6eed. Par. ,1868. 8". 

- Eng. Paris in December 1851; tr. from the 

13th Fr. ed., with notes by S. W. Adams and 
A. II. Brandon. N. Y., 1870. 8. 
AMERICAN thanksgiving in Paris, Dec. 7, 1865. Paris, 

1860. 8. (B1537) 

Siege of 1870-71. 
BINGHAM, Hon. Capt. Journal of the siege of 

Paris. London, 1871. 8. 
BOWLES, T. G. Defence of Paris narrated as 

seen. London, 1871. 8". 
FETRIDGE, W. P. The rise and fall of the 

Paris Commune. N. Y., 1871. 8. 
GALIGNANI S messenger; diary of the siege of 

P., taken from G. London, 1871. 16. 
LABOUCHERE, H. Du P. Diary of the besieged 

resident in Paris. From the Daily news . 

London, 1871. 8. 

- Same. N. Y., 1871. 8. 

LEIGHTON, J. Paris under the Commune ; or, 

Seventy-three days of the second siege. 

London, 1871. 8." 
LETTRE-JOURNAL de Paris ; gazette des absents. 

Nos. 1-40; oct. 1870 - lev. 1871. [Paris, 

1871.] 8". 
MACDOWALL, C. S. Parisiana ; bombardment. 

London, 1871. 8. 
MOLINARI, G. de. Les clubs rouges pendant 

le siege de Paris. 2e ed. Paris, 1871. 18. 
PoiNsa r, A. E. Journal du siege de Paris. 

Paris, [1871-74]. 3 v. 8. 
SARCEY, F. Paris during the siege ; tr. from 

the French. London, 1871. 8. 
SHEPPARD, N. Shut up in Paris. London, 

1871. 8". 

Se.e. also Bastile; Mrmtmartre ; Pont 
Neuf ; also A (p. 2229). 


SIMMS, F. Winter in Paris ; obs. of French 
medical and sanitary matters, 1865-66. Lon 
don, 1866. 16. 

See alxo Hopital Nesker, in the next column. 


CHEVALIER, M. L iudustrie et 1 octroi de Paris. 
2eed. Paris, 1867. 8". 

See Bastile (p. 224). 

Water, Sewage. 

FRANCE. Prefecture de la Seine. Memoire sur 

la distribution des eaux du Canal de 1 Ouvcq 

dans 1 interieur de Paris ; par P. S. Girard. 

Paris, 1812. 4. 
Memoire sur les eaux de Paris ; presente a la 

comm. municip. par [G. E. Haussmann], 

Paris, 1854. 4. 
Recherches statistiques sur les sources du 

Bassin de la Seine ; par E. Belgrand. Paris, 

1854. 4. 

RAMMELL. T. W. The cesspool system in Paris. (Ap- 

pendir 4 o/ GREAT BRITAIN. Gen. Board of Health . 
Report on the supply of water, v. 1. 1850.) 


Creche*. POMPEE. P. C. et asiles. (In France. Com. 

Imp. de 1 K.rpoa. del&6~. Rapport, v. 13.) 
Creche St. Louis d Antin. CAPEI.LE, Mme. Manuel. 
2ee<1. Paris, 1850. 8. (B 1549) 

- Hopital Necker. BRICHETEAU, J. Medical 

clinics ; tr. by II. Dunglison. Phila., 1837. 8. 

Societe de la Morale Chretienne. Journal. 

[Paris, 1822]-25. 5 v. 8. 

Assemblee gen. annuelle, ler mai 1829; diseonrs 

d ouverturepsirM. Guizot. [Paris, 1830.] 8. (B930) 

- Distribution of prizes in Paris, on peace. London, 

1842. 12. (C 183) 
Programme d un prix de 1500 fr. snr la question de 

la peiiiedemort. n.t.p. [Paris, 1825 .] 8. (B 1003) 
Same. 2000 fr. destine an meilleur ouvrnge en favour 

de la liberte des cultes. n.t.p. [Paris, 1825.] 8". 

Traite des negres; renseignomens tendant a pronver 

la continuation de ce trafic [Paris, 1824.] 8. (B1003) 
Note. Extracted from the Journal de la Societe 
de la Morale Chretienne, v. 1-4. 
Comite df. Chnrile ft tie Ri en f distance. Bulletin. 

No. 4. Paris, 1824. 8. (B 1003) 

Reglement, etc. n.t.p. [Paris, 182-.] 8. (B 1003) 

Comite pour I Abolition de l>i Traltf. des Noir*. Reg 
lement, etc. n.t.p. [Paris, 182-.] 8. (B 1003) 

_ -Societe formee a Liverpool pour I adoueissement 

Pt 1 abolition gra<lncllc do I esclavage. n.t.p. 
[Paris, 182- ] 8. (B 1003) 

Inxtitttiinn piiitr l?x Jftinr* OrphelinK. Prospectus. 

n.t.p. [Paris, 1823.] 8". (B 1003) 

Societe Generate des Naufrages. Journal. Paris, 

1836. 8. (B 1134) 


Banque de France. See p. 202. 

Paris and Rouen R. R. Mor.n, K. Paris and Rouen R.R. 
and Paris guide. London, 1843. 12. (D 70) 


Athenee des Etrangers. Prospectus, 1806-07. [Paris, 

18(16.] 8. (B 696) 


Convent of the Conception. (Blue Nuns.) ROKE- 

WODE, J. G. Brief history of the late Kug. convent 
at Paris. (In Archaologia, v. 2S. 1839.) 

Eglise de 1 Hotel des Invalides. See. Architecture 

(p. 2230). 

Notre Dame. Cartulaire. (In Guerard, B. E. C. 

Col. des cartulaires de Franco, v. 4-7. 1850.) 
See also Architecture (p. 2230). 

- St. Denis. See Architecture (p. 2230). 

St. Germain des Pres. ANNAF.ES S. Germani Paris., 

466-1061. (In Pertz, G. H. Mon. Scr., v. 3. 1839.) 

- Societe Biblique Protestante. Summary no 

tice cone. Bible socs. in general, and those of France 
in particular, Jan. 1825: tr. by J. Porter. North 
ampton, 1827. 8. (B1002) 

DOUEN, E. O. Histoire de la Soc., [1818-68] ; 

avec notices biog. par Schickler. Par., 18 68. 8. 

Societe des Traites Religieux. [Publications.] Xo. 

7, 8. 12,13. 15. Paris, 1822-24. 12". (C 160) 
Xamelij. 1822. No. 7. La priere du cmnr. 1824. 
8. Conversation entre deux amis. 2e ed. 12. La croix 
de Christ. 13. La mort de Jesus Christ. 15. La resur 
rection de Jesua-Christ. 

PARIS (Societies) 


PARIS (Societies) 


- MLSEES, Leg. (/ Paris guide, v. 1. 1867.) 

- Academic Royale. Explication dos peintures, sculp. 

turcs, ct gravures exposes au Louvre. I aris, 1789. 
3-_>. (C172) 

- Cabinet des Medaillea, etc. Du MEKSAN, M. 

Ilistoire du Cabinet des medailles antiques, 
et pierres gravees; avec notice sur la Biblio- 
theque Koyale. Paris, 1838. 8". 

- HAGER, J. Description des medailles chinoi- 

scs du Cabinet. Paris, 1805. 4. 

- Louvre. See, btlaw, Musee du Louvre. 

- Luxembourg. See. below, Musee Royal du L. 

- Lycee des Arts. Riipporl sur la manufacture des la- 

pisseries des Gobelins, n.p.. [18 ]. 4. (A 74) 
Musee Campana. KONCHAUD, L. de, and others. 
Collection Campana. (hi Gazette des beaux-arts, 
v. 12-14, 19. 186:2-65.) 

Musee Central des Arts. Explication des 
ouvrages depeintureet dessins, sculpture, etc., 
des artistes vivans, exposes le 25 fructidor, 
an viii [1800]. Paris, [ISO-]. 12. 

- - Stime. Exposes an ix. ii.t.p. [Paris, 18 .] (C 99) 

- - Notice des dessins originaux, cartons, etc., ex 

poses pour la le fois dans la galerie d A- 
pollon, le 28 thermidor de 1 an v de la repu- 
blique franchise, [1797]. Paris, [179-]. 12. 

- - Notice des principaux tableaux recueillis 

clans la Lombardie, dediee a 1 armee d ltalie, 
[exposes 1798]. Paris, [179-]. 12. 

- - Notice des principaux tableaux recueillis en 

Italic, [exposes 1799]. Paris, [179-]. 12". 

- Notice des statues, busies, et bas-reliefs de la 

galerie des antiques du Musee Central des 
Arts, ouverte le 18 brumaire an 9 [1801]. 
Paris, [180-]. 12". 
-Same. [Avecsuppl.] Paris, [180-]. 12. (C99.108) 

- Notice des tableaux des ecoles Irancaise et fla- 

mande, exposes le 28 geiminal an vn [1799], 
Paris, [179-]. 12". 

See also Museum Franqais, in the next column. 
Musee de 1 Artillerie. Notice bur les col 
lections. Paris, 1842. 12. 

- - Another copy. (D 70) 

Musee des Monuments Franais. BEES, J. 
P. Souvenirs du Musee. Paris, 1821-26. f. 

- LENOIII, A. Description hist, des inonumens 

de sculpture reunis au Musee. 7e ed. Paris, 
1803. 8. 

- Eng. Historical description of monuments 
col. in the Museum ; tr. by J. Griffiths. 
Vol. 1. Paris, 1803. 8". 

- - Descrip. hist, des statues, etc. Paris, 1800- 

01. 2 v. 8. 

- Ilistoire des arts en France, et descr. hist, des 

statues, etc. Paris, 1810. 8. 
Musee du Louvre. Notice des tableaux ex 
poses ; par F. Villot. (le pte, liieed.; 2e, 
6e ed.) Paris, 1855. 2 v. 12. 

Content*. Vol.1. Italic elEspagne. 2. Ecoles 
allemande, flamande, et hollandaise. 
ALISON, A. The Louvre in 1814. (In his Miscel. es 
says. 1845.) 

See aho Museum Franqais, nert column. 
Musee Napoleon. Notice des statues, busies, etc., dc 

la galerie des antiques. Paris, [1804]. 8. (C 99) 
ViscojiTi, E. Notice des statue*, busies, ctbas reliefs 
de la galerie des antiques du Musee N. (In his 
Opere vane, v. 4. 1831.) 

Musee Royal. Explication des ouvrages des 
artistes vivans, 1824, 27, 38, 44. Paris, 1824- 
44. 4 v. 12". 

- Notices des tableaux dans la galerie. Paris, 

1818. 12". 

- Musee Royal, pub. par H. Laurent, [avec des 

descriptions par Visconti, Guizot, Clarac] 
Paris, 1816-18. 2 v. f. 

- Musee Royal du Luxembourg. Explication 

des ouvrages de 1 ecole moderne, 1818, 42. 
Paris, 1820-42. 2 v. 12". 

- Museum d Histoire Naturelle. Annak-8 

Paris, 1802-27. 21 v. 4. 
--Archives. Paris, 1839-41. 3 v. 4. 
-- Memoires. Paris, 1815-32. 20 v. 4. 

- Nouvelles annales. Paris, 1832-35. 4 v. 4. 

- Museum Francois. TOULOKGEON, F. E. Man 

uel du Museum. Paris, 1802-C8. 10 v. 8. 

A ote. The Museum Francais was opened in 17P3- it 

was aftei wards called Museum Central disArts- (nee 

the previous column) and later Mutec du I.ouvre. (rfo). 

- Soubise, Hctel cr Palais de. Gtirrmy, J. J. Jen 

bailment*, les tableaux, le mui-ee. (Jn Gazette cits 
beaux aits, v. 26.) 

- Tuileries. MILLIN, A. L. Dci-cHpiion dcs statues 

Paris, an vi. 1718. 8". (C 108) 


- Exposition des Produits de 1 Industrie Fran- 

gaise en 1839. FRANCE. V Agric., 
etc. Rapport. Paris, 1839. 3 v. 8". 

- Exhibition Universelle de 1867. Plan d tn- 

semble ; pub. par la Com. Paris, 1867. 
(A map folded.) 

- FRANCE. Com. Imp. de I Expos. Rapports du 

jury internal, pub. sous la direction de M. 
Chevalier. Paris, 1868. 13 v. 8 U . 
Contents. Vol.1. Chevalier, M. Introd. au recucil 
des rapports du jury internal. Oroupe 1. Peinturc, 
dessins, sculpture, itc. 2, Groupe2. Materiel et appli 
cation des arts liberaux. 3, Groupe 3. Meuoles et 
mitres objets destines a 1 hahitation. 4, Gronpe 4. 
Vetcments, tissus compris, et autrcs objets portex par 
la personne. 5, 6, 7, Groupe 5. Produits bruts et 
ouvres des Industrie! extractives. 8, 9, 10, Groupe 6. 
Instruments et precedes des arts usuels. 11, Groupe 7! 
Aliments, frais ou conserves, a divers degres de prepa 
ration. 12, Groupe 8. Produits vivants et specimens 
d etablissements ile I agriculture. Classe74. Specimens 
d explorations rurales et d usines agricolcs. 75. Che- 
vaux, anes, mulets, t-ti-.; marechalerie. 76. Boeufs, 
bufflee, par A. Sanson. 77. Moutons ct chevres, par 
M. Magne. 78. Pores et lapins, par M. Keynal et J. 
Laverriere. 79. Oiseaux de basse-cour, |>ar F. Pre- 
vost. 80. Uaces canines, par P. Pichot. 81. Insectes 
utiles. 82. Poissons, crustaces, et moliusqnes, par XT. 
de Champeanx. 12, Groupe 9. Prodnits vivants et 
specimens d etablissc ments d horticiilture. 13, Groupe 
10. Ob.jets specialement exposes en vue d ameliorer hi 
condition p)iyique et morale de la population. 


- BLAKE, W. P. Bibliog. of the Exhib. (In U. S. 

Com. for the I aris Erpos., 1867. Reports, v. 1.) 


- - FKANCE. Com. Imp. de V Expos. Catalogue 

general. 2e ed. [Paris, 1867.] 12. 

- Catalogue officiel des exposants recompenses 

par le jury international. Paris, 1867. 12. 

- L onquete du lOe groupe rel. aux insti 

tutions pour amoliorer la condition de la 
population. Paris, 1S67. 8". 

Histoire du travail et monuments historiques. 

Paris, London, [1867]. 12". 

- - Liste du jury international. Paris, 1867. 12. 

- - ALCAX, M. Fabrication des etoffes ; etudes 

sur les arts textiles a 1 Exposition de 1867. 
Paris, 1868. 2 v. 8 and Atlas f. 

- - ARNOLD. H.P. The great Exhibition. N. Y., 

1868. 8. 

- - AUVKAY, L. Le Salon de 1867 et 1 Expos. 

Univ. Paris, 1867. 8". 

- - GK. BKIT. Ho. of Com. Report from the se 

lect com. on the Exhibition, n.p., 1867. f". 


PARIS (Societies) 

Treasury. Copies of correspondence between 

the Treasury, the Dept. of Science and Art, 
and the Com. for the Exhibition, rel. to the 
expenditure to be incurred in connection 
with that Exhibition, n.p., 1867. i . 

- - LACHOIX, E. Etudes sur 1 Expos. Par., 1867- 

68. 4 v. and Atlas 8". (Vol. 3 incomplete.) 

OPPERMANN, C. A. Yisites d un ingenieur a 

1 Expos. 2eed. Paris, 1867. 2v.dAtlas 8". 

- - PARIS. Soc. MED. ALLEM.DE. La medicine a 

1 Expos. univ. de 1867. Paris, 1867. 12. 

- - HIMMEL, E. Recollections of the Exposition. 

Phila., 1868. 8. 

- - RUSSIA. Com. Imp. de V Expos. Catalogue 

special de la section russe. Paris, 1867. 8. 

SCHMIDT, W. Le Danemark a 1 Expos. Paris, 

1868. 8". 


Reports of artisans selected by the Society to 
visit the Exhibition. London, 1868. 8. 

U. S. Commissioners for the Exposition. Re 

ports. Wash., 1868-70. 6 v. 8". 

Note. In v. 1 is a General survey and Bibliog 
raphy of the Exhibition". 

Report on the fine arts ; by F. Leslie. 

Wash., 1868. 4. 
Note. Reprinted from v. 1-3 of the Reports. 

Dept. of State. Message from the Pres. of the 

U. S. trans, a report from the Sec. of State. 
[Washington, 1865.] 8". 

Official correspondence containing general 

regulations, classification of articles, etc. 
AY ash., 1865. 4". 


- GUIDE des curieux et des etrangers dans les biblio- 

theques publiques de Paris. Paris, 1809. 8. (C 108) 

- LA BORDE, L. E. S. J., comte de. De 1 orga- 

nisation des bibliotheques dans Paris. Paris, 
1845-46. 4 pts. 8". 

- Bibliotheque du Ministere de la Marine, Bibl. du 

Depot Gen. des Cartes et Plans. See. FRANCE. 
JJiniitere de la Marine et des Colonies (p. 1032). 

- Bibliotheque (Royale, Imperiale) Nationals. 

Dtpartement des Imprimis. Catalogue de 
1 hist. de France. Paris, 1855-70. 10 v. 4. 
Content*. Vol. 1. Rapports. Regies pour le cata 
logue. Preliminaires et generalites. Histoire par 
epoques. Hist, par regnes jusqu a 1643. 2. 1(544- 
]i2. 3. 1792-1848. 4. 1848-56. Journaux et publi 
cations periodiques ou semi-periodiques. 5. Hist, 
n-ligieuse. 6. Hist, constitutionello jusqu il 1848. 7. 
1848-59. Hist, administrative, diplomatique, 
mililaire. Moeurs et coutumes. Areheoiogie. 8, 9. 
Hist, locale. 9. Hist, des classes, des families. Biog. 
francaise. 10. Suppl.: Preliminaires et gene 
ralites; Hist, par epoques, par regnes. 

Catalogue des sciences medicales. Tome 1. 

Paris, 1857. 4. 

MERLIN, R. Reflexions impartiales sur le 

catalogue des livres imprimes de la Biblio 
theque. Paris, 1847. 8. 

PARIS, A. P. De la necessite de commencer, 

achever. et publier le catalogue des livres 
imprimes. 2eed. Paris, 1847. 8. 

TECHENER, J. J. Considerations serieuses a 

propos de diverses publications sur la Biblio 
theque, suivies du seul plan possible pour en 
faire le catalogue en trois ans. Paris, 1847. 8. 

Departement des Manuscrits. Catalogue des 

manuscrits francais. Tome 1 : Anciens fonds. 
Paris, 1868. 4". " 

CHAMPOLLION-FIGEAC, J. J. Etat actuel des 

catalogues des mss. de la Bibliotheque Royale. 
n.t.p. [Paris, 1847.] 8. 

PARTS. INST. Ac. des Inner. Notices et extraits de 

mss. dc la Bibliotheque du Roi. See Institut. Ac. 

den Inner, et Belle* Lettres^ 
FRANCE. Convention Nat. Report on the means of 

compleating and distrib. the national library; by H. 

Gregoire. Phila., 1794. 8. (B 744) 
DELESSEKT, B. Memoire, 2e memoire sur la 

Bibliotheque Royale. Paris, 1835-38. 2 v. 4. 
Du MF.KSAN, M. Notice. (In his Histoire du Cabinet 

des Medailles. 1838.) 
ROCHETTE, D. R. Lettre sur le projet de 

mettre en direction la Bibliotheque, ou Re- 

ponse au rapport de M. Allard sur les credits 

supplem. Paris, 1847. 8. 


- Academic Imperiale de Medicine. Memoires. 

Vol. 1-30, le pte. Paris, 1828-73. 30 v. 4. 

Report upon cholera-morbus ; tr. by J. W. 

Sterling. N. Y., 1832. 12. 

- Academic Royale de Chirurgie. Memoires. 

Nouv. ed., avec notes. Paris, 1819. 5 v. 8. 

Memoires sur les sujets proposes pour les prix. 

Paris, 1819. 5 v. in 7 pt. 8. 

Observations on surgical diseases of the head 

and neck ; tr. by D. Ottley. London, 1848. 
8. (Sydenham Soc.) 

Namely. Bordenave, F. Diseases of maxillary sinus, 
with supplem. by A. Louis; Exostoses of lower jaw. 

Ferrand, . Encephalocele ; or, Hernia of the brain. 

Lassus, P. Wounds of the superior longitudinal 
sinus. Louis, P. C. A. Applic. of the trepan on 
sutures of the skull; Bronchotomy ; Fungous tu 
mours of the dura mater. Malle, P. F. N. Summary 
of cases on swelling of the tongue. La Martiniere, P. 
de. Perforation of trachea by a foreign body. Quesnay, 
F. Use of trepan in doubtful cases. List of addi 
tional memoirs on diseases of head and neck. 

Conservatoire Royal des Arts et Metiers. Catalogue. 

n.t.p. [Paris? 1817.] 12". (C 83) 

GUEGOIKE, H., Up. Rapport sur 1 etablissement d un 

Conservatoire. Paris, an in [1794]. 8. (B 1892) 

- Ecole Roy. de Fonts et Chaussees. Des- 

sins rel. a 1 art de 1 iugenieur. Paris, 1826- 
27. 2 v. f". 

- Ecole Roy. Polytechnique. Correspondance 

sur 1 Ecole ; [red.] par M. Hachette. Paris, 

1804-16. 3 v. 8. 
Journal. Vol. 1-19, 27. Paris, 1796-1874. 

20 v. 4. 
Rapport du conseil de pcrfectionnement; session de 

1811-12. Paris, 1812. 4. (A 74) 

- Ecoles Normales. Seances. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

1800-01. 13 v. 8. 

Contents. Agriculture, v. 7. Histoire de 1 agric., 
dans Pane, et nouv. monde, et en Europe, v. 9, par 
Thouin. Analyse de 1 entendement, v. 2, 11, 13, par 
Gu rat. Art de la parole, v. 1-6, 11, 12, par Sicard. 

Chimie, v. 1-6, 9, 11, par Berthollet. Economic 
polit., v. 2-5, 11, par Vandermonde. Geographic, v. 
1, 2, 4, 11, par Buache et Mentelle; 3, 5, 6, par Mentelle. 

Geometric dcscr., v. 1-4, 11, par Monge. Histoire, 
v. 1-3, 11, par Volney. Histoire naturelle, v. 1-6, 8, 11, 
par Daubenton ; v. 8, par D. et Lacepede; v. 13, par 
Haiiy. Litterature, v. 1-5, 11, par La Harpe. Math- 
ematiques, v. 1, 3, 4, 11, par La Grange et Laplace ; v. 10, 
par La Grange; v. 2, 4, 5, 6, par Laplace. Morale, 
v. 1, par St. Pierre. Physique, v. 1-6, 11, 12, par Haiiy. 



(The Academies were suppressed in 1793, and 
the Institut organized in 1795.) 

Academy des Beaux, Artn. 

(Established in 1648 as Peinture ct de Sculp, 
ture ; received its present name in 1655. In 1671 an 
Acad. d Architccture was founded, which lasted till the 

Recueil des dessins qui ont remporte le prix 

de 1 Academic, 1774-89. Paris, n.d. f. 

PARIS (Societies) 


PARIS (Societies) 

- - LECOY DE LA MAKCIIE, A. L Academie de France a 

Rome d aprcs la correspondence de scs directeurs, 
1666-1792. (lit. Gazette des beaux arts, v. 26, 27, 29, 

30. 1809-72.) 

Acadfmie den Inscription* et Medailles. 
(Founded in 1663.) 

- - Medailles sur les cvcncmciits du regne de Louis 

le grand. Paris, 1702. f. 

- - Same. Paris, 1702. 4. 

- - Same. Paris, 1723. f. 

Jtci~ In 1701 this Academy received the name of 
Acudciitie den Inscriptions et Belles Lettres. 
- Histoire, avec les memoires de litterature, 
1701-1793. Paris, 1736-1808. 50 v. 4. 

Note. Vol. 11, 22, 33, 44 are Tables. 
Contents. Vol. 1-46. The contents of these volumes 
are given, in a systematic arrangement in the Tableau 
(nee the ne.rt vol.). They are therefore not printed here. 

47. Histoire. Hist, do 1 Ac ad., 1784-93. Regie- 
nient, 22 dec. 1786. Eclaircissemens sur le travail re], 
aux niss. du hi blbllotheque du roi. Sujets des prix, 
1785-87. Changemens arrives dans la liste des Acad., 
1785-93. Liste des inembres. Memoires sur les an- 
tiquiles de la Perse. Kclaircisseniens ur le livre de 
Tobie. Hemerologo au calendrier de difiereiites villes, 
compare avec celui de Home. Obs. wur le monument 
d Ancyre. Remarqucs critiques sur 1 Etymologieum 
magnum. Reclierches sur la geog. ancienne. Kssai 
de traduction de quelques cpigrammcs de I Anthol. 
grecqne. Inscriptions et medailles. Dacier, B. J. 
Klogfde M. Bignon ; Seguier; I aciandi; L abbe 
Arnaud; De Burigny; Grosley; De 1 aulmy ; 
Ui-jot; De Rochefort; De Xicola i; D Ormesson; 

L abbe Brotier. Memoires. Freret, X. L ori- 
gen et 1 ancienne hist, des premier habitant) du laGrece. 

Barthelemy, J. J. Essai d une palcographio numis- 
matiquu. Freret, X. Les causes et quelques cir- 
Constances de la condemnation de Socrate. Ansse de 
Villoiaon, ,]. B. G. de. Mem. sur quelques inscriptions. 

Guignes, I. de. Les Sares des Chald6eus ; L ori- 
gine du Zodiaquc, etc. Freret, X. Quelques peuples 
de la Helgique. 

48. Sainte-Croix, (>. E. J. G. de. La ruinc de Baby- 
lone. Larcher, I . II. Les principaux evenemens de 
I histoiru do (x admus ; L ordre equestre chez les Grecs. 

Sainte-Croix, .1. E. J. G. de. Les anciens gouverne- 
mens et les lois de la Sicile; La population de 1 At- 
tique; Les meucques. Larcher, 1*. II. Mem. sur 
Hermias ; Sur quelques fetes des Grecs : La fete du 
manage de Jupiter avec Juno. Barthelemy, J. J. 
Ancienne inscrip. grecque. Gamier, J. J. Les 
ouvrages d Epictete; Tableau de Cebes. Silvestre 
de Sacy, A. I. Hist, des Arabes avant Mahomet. 
Guignes, J. de. Plusieurs families juives etablies an- 
ciennement In Chine. 

49. Silvestre de Sacy, A. I. La version arabe des 
livres de Mo ise. Arnaud, F. La vie et les ouvrages 
d Apelle. Choiseul-Goumer, . de. Hippodrome 
d Olympie. Arnaud, F. Mem. sur Catulle. Gail- 
lard, G. II. Horace consid. comme fabuliste; Meta 
morphoses d Ovid. Sainte-Croix, G. E. J. G. de. 
Eclaircissemens sur 1 autorite legale d Auguste; La 
cloture du temple de Janus; Le gout de 1 Ernp. 
Hadrien pour la philosophic, etc.; Zosime. Ameil- 
hon, II. I*. Fragin. d une inscription gr. sur une plaque 
de cuivre trouv. a Tunis. Anquetil-Duperron, A. H. 
Le premier tteuve de 1 Inde, le Gange. Gossellin, 1*. 
F. J. La Herique des anciens; Les connoissances 
geog. des anciens des cotes rnerid. de 1 Arabie. 

50. Anquetil-Duperron, A. II. Les migrations des 
Mardes. Sainte-Croix, G. E. J. G. de. Le gouverne- 
ment des Parthes; L Kmpire des I arthes ; La 
Medic. Guenee, A. La Judee depuis la captivite de 
Babylone. Silvestre de Sacy, A. I. La litterature 
ancien parmi les Arabes. Houard, D. Les antiquites 
Galloises. Dacier, B. J. Sur 1 usage observe en 
France quand les rois out acqnis des liefs dans la mou- 
vance de leurs sujets. Brequigny, L. G. O. F. de. Les 
regerice en France. Poirier, G. Examen des 
opinions sur 1 avenement de Hugues Capet i la cou- 
ronne. Clement, F. L epoque de la mort du roi 
Robert et la le amice du rogue de Henri son flls. 
Brequigny, L. G. O. F. de. L histoire le Calais. 
Desormeaux, L. R. La mort de Henri de Bourbon. 
Conde. Brequigny, L. G. O. F. de. Les negocia- 
tions touchant les projots du manage d Klisabeth, reigne 
d Angleterre, d abordavec le due d Anjou, ensuite avec 
le due d Alencon. Gamier, J. J. Une pretendue con- 
spiration contre Jeanne d Albret. 

281. (29. 1. 79.) 

- - Tableau generate raisonne et methodique des 

Memoires de 1 Acad. jusqu a 1788; servant 
de suppl. aux Tables; par M. D. Paris, 
1791. 4". 

- - Notice de 1 ancienne Gaul ; par M. D An- 

ville ; suite des Mem. Paris, 1760. 4 v. 4. 

- - Notices et extraits des mss. de la Bibliotheque 

du roi. Vol. 1-4. Paris, 1787-[98j. 4 v. 4". 
Note. For continuation and index see INHTITUT 
(p. 2239, 2d col.). 

Selections in Eng. Accounts and extracts of 

the manuscripts in the library of the king of 
France. London, 1789. 2 v. 8. 
Contents. Vol. 1. Guignes, J. de. Hist, essay on 
origin of the oriental characters in the royal printing- 
house, etc. , The golden meadows and the mines of 
precious stones, by Aboul-hassan-aly ; [also] a chronol. 
table of the kalifs; Hist, chain of countries, etc. ; 
with treatise on science of the spheres. Brequigny, L. 
G. O. F. de. Account of the journal of Burcard; 
Acct. of an nutographical chronicle of Bernard Iterius. 

Rochefort, G. D. de. Account of a Greek lexicon. 

Vauvilliers, J. F. Account of mss. of Eschylns. 

Silvestre de Sacy, A. I. The book of councils, 
by Sheik Feriddin-Mabommed ben Ibrahim-al-Att:ir- 
al-Xiscbabouri. 2. Silvestre de Sacy, A. I. The 
book of the wandering stars. Gaillard, G. II. In 
structions given to M. de Wissant, P. R. de Syssac: 
Relation of the embassy of A. d Espagne; Relation 
of the embassy of M. de Rochefort; Relation of the 
death of Richard 11. La Porte du Theif, F. J. G. de. 
Acct. of tnss. cont. hist, of the reigns of Charles vil. 
and Louis xi. by Amelgard. Keralio, L. F. G. de. 
Acct. of Chronicon regum Sueciie scriptum ab Olao 
Petri. L Averdy, C. C. F. Acct. of ins. A criminal 
process against R. de Artois. Guignes, J. de. Hist, 
of the Atabek princes in Syria, by Aboulhasan Aly. 

Academic ties Sciences. 
(Founded in 1666.) 

- - Cometographie ; traite hist, et theor. des co- 

metes; parM.Pingre. Par., 1783-84. 2 v. 4. 
- Elements d* astronomic; par M.Cassini. Paris, 
1740 N 4. 

- - Elements de la geometric de 1 infini ; suite des 

Mem. de 1 Acad. ; [par B. le B. Fontenellej. 
Paris, 1727. 4. 

- - La figure de la terre ; determinee par les 

observ. de Bouguer et de la Condamine ; avec 
une relation de ce voyage par M. Bouguer. 
Paris, 1749. 4. 

- - Grandeur de la terre. See, Suite (p. 2239). 
-Histoire de 1 Acad. Vol. 1, 2, 1666-99. 

Paris, 1733. 2 v. 4. 

Note. For the Memoires of these years see the titff, 
Memoires, below. For the index to the Histoire see the 
titles Nouvelle table (p. 2238) and Table (p. 2239). 

- - Histoire de 1 Acad., avec les Mem. de mathe- 

matique et phys., 1699-1789. Paris, 1702- 
93. 92 v. 4. 

- - Journal du voyage a 1 equateur ; introd. a la 

Mesure, etc. ; par M. de la Condamine. Paris, 
1751. 4. 

- - Journal du voyage de la marq. de Courtan- 

vaux pour essayer plusieurs instruments rel. 
a la longitude. Paris, 1768. 4. 

- - Justification des Memoires de 1 Acad., 1744, 

et de La figure , etc. ; par M. Bouguer. 2e 
ed. Paris, 1809. 4. 

Machines et inventions approuvees par 1 Acad. 
Hoy. des Sci. depuis son etablissement ; 
dessinee et pub. par M. Gallon. Paris, 1753- 
77. 7 v. 4. 

Contents. Vol.1. 1666-1701. 2. 1702-12. 3. 1713- 

19. 4. 1720-26. 5. 1727-31. 6. 1732-34. 7. 1734-54. 

-- Memoires de 1 Acad. Vol. 3-11; 1666-1699. 

Paris. 1729-34. 12 v. 4. 

Note. For the Memoires after 1699 see the title Hia- 
toire, above. For an index to the Memoires nee the titles 
Nouvelle table (p. 2238) an<l Table (p. 2239). 

PARIS (Soc. : Instit., before 1793) 


PARIS (Soc. : Instit., before 1793) 

Memoires de 1 Acad., 1790. Paris, 1797. 4. 

Memoires [de ma them at.] donnes 11 1 Acad., 

non imprimes dans leur temps, par M. Fon 
taine. Paris, 1764. 4. 

Memoires de mathem. et phys. pres. par divers 

sgavans. Paris, 1750-86. 11 v. 4. 
Conttntt. Vol. 1. Virgile, . Les terres depuis 
Beaucaire jusqu a la mer; Les bons cffetsdu sel dans 
la nourriture des bestiaux. Bassuel, P. Diss. hy- 
draulico-aiiatoniique. Pezenas, E. Solution d un 
probleme propose par Kepler, sur les proportions dcs 
segmens d un tonneau coupe parall. a son axe. Arcy, 
P. d . La courbe d egale pression lorsque Ie milieu re- 
siste comme le quarre des vitesses. Soumille, B. L. 
Un sablier de 30 heurcs, propre a servir sur mer. 
Dalibard, P. M. Le reseda a rleur odorante. Baron 
d Henouville, T. Une propriete singuliere qu a le sel 
de tartre. Schlichting, . De motu cerebri. 
Torres, . La glande thyio ide. Saint-Jacques, G. 
de. Supposant la loi d attraction en raison inverse du 
quarre de la distance, trouvt r la nature du solide de la 
plus grande attraction. Godeheu de Riville, . 
Hist, d un chenille mineuse des feuilles de vigne. 
Marcorelle, . La statique du corps humain. Cos- 
signy, J. F. C. de. La grotte qui se trouve a quclque 
distance de Besai^on. Dalibard, T. F. La variation 
de pesanteur des corps plonges dans differentes liquides. 
Petit- Vandin, . Ilydraulique. Gunz, J. G. Obs. 
anatotniqnes. Sue, J. J. Due transposition des vis- 
ceres. Baron d Henouville, T. Analyse du borax. 
Saur, . Cobalt ou mine arsenicale. Du Tour, K. F. 
Eleclrieite; Deux phenomenes de Paimant. Baron 
d Henouville, T. Maladie mortelle de 1 estomac. 
Bigot de Morogues, P. M. S. La corruption de 1 air 
dans les vaisseaux. Chabert, J. B. La longitude de 
Buenos-Aires. Bonnet, C. La vegetation des plantes 
dans d autres matieres que la terre. Baron d Henou 
ville, T. Analysis du borax. 2emem.; Levernomme 
en latin trenia. Geer, C. de. La propriete singuliere 
qu ont les grandcs chenilles. Espeue singuliere de 
millepied ou de scolopendre. Grischow, A. N. La 
difference des meridiens entre 1 observatoire royal de 
Paris et celui de Berlin. Menon, . Le bleu de 

2. Salerne, . Los dendrites des environs d Or- 
leans. Bordeu, T. de. Les articulations des os de la 
face. Mazeas, . Des couleurs engendrees par le 
frottement des surfaces planes et transparentes. Bon 
net, C. Une nouvelle partie, commune a plusieurs es- 
peces de chenilles. Venel, G. F. L analyse des eaux 
de Belters ou de Seltz. Esteve, I*. Le meilleur sys- 
teme de musique harmonique. Le Gentil de la Galai- 
siere, G. J. 11. J. B. Une etoile nebuleuse nouv. de- 
couverte a cote de celle qui est au dessus de la ceinture 
d Andromede. Bigot de Morogues, P. M. S. Un ani 
mal aquatique d une forme singuliere. Morand, J. F. 
C. La grotte de la Balme en Dauphine. Salerne, . 
Maladies que cause le seigle ergote. Geotfroy, E. L. 
L organe de 1 ou ie des reptiles. Sue, J. J. Descr. 
anatom. de trois loutres femelles. Nadault, J. Le 
gel de cbaux. Dutour, E. F. La maniere dont la 
flamme agit sur les corps electriques. Berryat, J. 
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Clouet, . La recolte et la fabrication du saltpetre 
en Asie. Bowles, . Maniere dont se fait la poudre 
dans 1 Inde. Methode de fabriquor le saltpetre en 
Amer., 1775. Lavoisier, A. L. L existence de Pair 
dans 1 acide nitreux. Incarville, I i .re d . La mauiere 
de fabriquer le saltpetre en Chine. 

Recueil des pieces qui ont remporte le prix, 

1720-72. Paris, 1732-77. 9 v. 4. 
Note. Only v. 1, 2, 7-9 have tbe title-page Recueil ; 
the others have the title Pieces qui out remporte le 
prix , etc., or the titles of the separate papers. 

Contents. Vol. 1. 1720-27. Crousaz, J. P. de. Le prin- 
cipe, la nature, et la communication du mouvement. 
Massy, . Maniere de conserver sur mer 1 egalite du 
mouvement d une pendulc. Mac Laurin, C. Loix du 
choc des corps. Bernoulli, D. Maniere de conserver 
sur mer 1 egalite du mouvement des clepsidres. Ma- 
ziere, P. Les loix du choc des corps a rosso rt parfait 
ou imparfait; Traite des petits tourbillons de la rna- 
tiere subtile. Bernoulli, J. Les loix de la communi 
cation du mouvement. Bouguer, P. De la mature 
des vaisseaux. 

2. 1727-32. Super problemale nautieo dc im- 
plantatione nialorum. Camus, F. J. de. La mature 
des vaisseaux. Bulssinger, G. B. De causa gravitatis 
physica generali. Bouguer, P. La methode d ob- 
server sur mer la hauteur des astres. Bernoully, J. 
Nouv. pensees sur le systeme de Descartes. Bouguer, 
P. La methode d observer en mer la deelinaison de la 
boussolc; Entretiens sur la cause de rinclinaison des 
orbites des planetes. 

3. 173o-:i7. Poleni, J. Quanam potiori ratione, 
nullis babitis stellarum observ.. navigantes metiri queant 
iter a navi confectum. Bernoulli, J. Essai d une nouv. 
physique celeste. Bernoulli, D. La cause physique 
deVinclinaison des plans des orbites des planetes. Ber 
noulli, J. La propagation de la lumiere; Disc, sur 
les ancres. Tresaguet, . Mem. sur la fabrique des 
ancres. Bernoulli, D. La meilleure figure a donner 
aux ancres. Poleni, J. De praestabiliori figtira qua 
anchoraj fonnari queant. 

4. 1738-40. Euler, L. De igne. ejus natnra et pro- 
prietates explicantur. Lozeran de Fesc, L. A. Sur 
la propagation du feu. Crequy, . Explication de 
la nature du feu, etdeea propagation. Cavalleri, P. A. 
La cause physique du flux et du reflux de la mer. 
Mac Laurin, C. De causa physica fluxus et refluxus 
inaris. Euler, L. Inquis. physica iueausam fluxus ac 
refluxus maris. 

5. 1743,46. Bernoulli, D. La maniere de eonstruire 
les boussoles d inclinaison. Euler, L. De observ. in- 
clinationis magneticae ; De magneto. Du Tour, E. F. 
Sur 1 aiman. Bernoulli, D. and J. La nature et les 
proprietes de 1 aiman. 1741. Bernoulli, J. Sur le ca- 
bestan. La meilleure construction du cabestan. Po 
leni, J. De ergatas navalis pra;stabiliorc facilioreque 
usu. Ludot, J. B. La meilleure construction du ca- 
bestan. Pontes, . Sur le cabestan. Fenel, J. B. P. 
Diff. experiences sur la meilleure construction du ca 
bestan. Delorrne, . Cabestan 4 ecrevices et cabe 
stan a bras. 

6. 1745, 47. Bernoulli, D. Recherches median, et 
astronom. sur la meilleure maniere de trouver 1 heure 
en mer par obs., soil dans le jour, les crepuscules, et sur- 
tout la unit quand on ne voit pas I hori/.on. Medita- 
tiones in [eandem] qiurstionem. Maniere de trouver 
1 heure en mer. etc. Essai d horolepse nautique. 
Maniere de trouver, etc. 

7. 1751-53, 59-61. Bernoulli, D. La nature et la 
cause des courans. Euler, L. Les inegalites de Jupi 
ter et de Saturne. Bernoulli, D. La maniere la plus 
avantageuse de supplier a 1 action du vent sur les 
grands vaisseaux. Groignard, A. Le roulis et le 
tangage d un vaisseau. La perfection dans les verre- 
ries de France. Euler. J. A. L arrimage des vais- 
seaux et quelles qualites on en pent procurer. Bossut, 

C. L arrimage des navires. 

8. 1753, 56, 57, GO. Bernoulli, J. De promotione 
navium sine vi venti. Mathon de la Cour, .1. Maniere 
de supplier a 1 action du vent. Euler, L. Investi- 
gatio perturbationum motus planetarum. Bernoulli, 

D. Le roulis et le tangage d un navire. Euler, L. 
Examen des efforts qu ont a soutenir toutes les 
parties d un vaisseau dans le roulis et dans le tangage. 
Euler, C. De successiva mutatione motus medii plane 
tarum. Euler, J. A. Sur la resistance de la matiere 
6theree. Bossut, C. Des alterations du mouvement 
moyen des planetes. 

9. 1764-66,70,72. La Grange, J. L. La libration de 
la lune. Groignard, A. L an image des vaisseaux. 
Bourde de Villehuet, . L arrimage du navire. La 
Grange, .T. L. Les inegalites des satellites de Jupiter. 
L arrimage des vaisscaux. Euler, L. Le vrai 
mouvement de la lune. Euler, L. and J. A. Theorie 
de la lune. La Grange, J. L. Le probleme des trois 
corps. L arrimage des vaisseaux. 

llcgia? Scientiarum Acad. hist.; autore J. B. 

du Ham el. Paris, 1698. 4. 

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- Suite des Memoires de 1 Acad. dcs Sci., 1718. 

Paris, 1720. 4". 

Note. The half-title of this is De la grandeur 
<-t de la figure de la terre . 

Table alphalx -tique des matieres con tenucs dans 

1 llistoire et les 1 Acad. Roy., 1666- 
1790. Paris, 1734, 29-1809. 10 v. 4. 

Note. Vol. 1-4. 1666-1730 by Godin ; 5-9, 1731- 
80, by Demours; 10, 1781-90, by Cotte. 
-- Same. 1666-1734. Paris, 1734. 4 v. 4. 

- Tables astronomiques du soleil, de la lune, 

etc.; par M. Cassini. Paris, 1740. 4. 

- - Tabula> astronomies) ab P. de la Hire. 2a ed. 

Paris, 1727. 4. 

Traite physique et hist, de 1 aurore boreale ; 

par M. de Mairan; suite des Mem. de 
1 Acad., 1731. Paris, 1733. 4. 

Same. 2e ed. augm. Paris, 1754. 4. 

- Voyage, 1750-51, dans 1 Amer. Septentrionale ; 

par M. de Chabert. Paris, 1753. 4. 

- - CUVIKK, G. L. C. F. I), llecueil des eloges 

hist. Strasbourg, 1819. 2 v. 8. 

FLOURENS. M. J. P. Historical sketch of the Acad 

emy of Sei. (hi Smithsonian Inst. Report, 1862.) 

- MAUKY, I,. F. A. L ancienne Acad. des Sci 

ences. Paris, 1864. 8. 

Academic Franqaisf. 

(Founded in 1635.) 

-Dictionnaire. Seed. Paris, 1740. 2 v. f. 
-- Same. 5e ed. Paris, 1798-99. 2 v. f". 

- Same. 6e ed. Paris, [1836]. 2 v. 4". 

- Dictionnaire hist, de la langue franc,. Vol. 1. 

Paris, 1858. 4. 

Recueil des plusieurs pieces d eloquence et de 

poesie, presentees pour les prix, 1671-1761. 

Paris, 1674-1762. 39 v. 12". 

Note. The Hecueils were not pub. every year, and 
the set is complete with the omission of 1671, 1720, and 

- - AI.KMHEKT, J. leR. d . Histoire des mcmbres de 

1 Acad. Fr., 1700-71. Paris, 1787. 6 v. 12. 

Same. Eloges faites sur les meinbr es de 1 Acad., 

1700-71. (In his (Euvres, v. 6-11. 1805.) 

- - DUDEVAXT, Xfme. A. L. A. D. Pourquoi les 

femmes a 1 Academic. Paris, 1863. 8. 

- - PELLISSON FONTANIEK, P. Histoire de 1 Acad.; 

avec des remarques et des additions et une 
continuation, 1652-1700, par 1 abbe d Olivet. 
Paris, 1729. 2 v. 4. 
- Same. 2e ed. Paris, 1730. 2 v. 12. 

Same. Avec introd., des cclaircissements, 

etc., par C. L. Livet. Paris, 1858. 2 v. 8. 


(Organized, 1795; composed of three Classes, and 
after 1803 of four Classes which, in 1816, became four 
Academies; since 1832 there have been five.) 

- Base du systeme metrique decimal ; ou, Mesure 

de 1 arc du mcridien entre les paralleles de 
Dunkerque ct Barcelone executee en 1792 ; 
par MM. Mechain et Delambre ; red. par 
Delambre. Suite des Mem. Paris, 1806-10. 
3 v. 4. 

- - Discours snr les progres des sciences, lettres,et arts, 

depuis 1789 jusqu ace jour. Paris, 1809. 8. (B733) 

- - Funerailles de Larcher. 23 sept. 1812; [discours pro- 

nonce par A. C. Quatremere de Quincy. Paris, 
1812.] 4. (E71) 

- - Furierailleg dn eomte de Bougainville, 5 sept. 1811. 

[Paris, 1811.] 4. (E 71) 

Funerailles de Toulongeon, 26 dec. 1812; [discours 

prononce par A. C. Quatremere de Quincy. Paris, 
1812.] 4. (E 71) 

- - Inventaire des pieces manuscrites de la collection Go- 

defroy, conserv. la Bihlioth. de 1 Institut. Suite 
et fin. (In Paris. Soc. de 1 Hist. de France. An- 
nuaire-Bull, 1866.) 

- - La mort de Rotrou; [vers] par Millevoye. [Paris, 

Is .J 4 . (E 71) 

- Notices et extraits de mss. de la Bibliotheque 

dultoi. Vol. 5-23. Paris, 1798-1874. 32 v. 
(v. 23, pt. 1 \v.) . 4". 

Note. For preceding vols. see Paris. Ac. d. 
Inner, et (tea lielles-Lettren (p 2235). 
>8Tg- Tome 15 is a table alphabetique des matieres. 

- - Rapport [sur le] precede de feu Bachelier, pour la 

composition d un badljfeon conservateur par Guy ton- 
Morveau. n.p.. [1809], 4. (A 74) 

Rapport sur les moyens de sauver les personnes ren- 

fermes dans les maisons incendiees. n.p., n.d. 4. 
(A 74) 

- - Rapports et discuss, de toutes les classes de 

1 Institut, sur les ouvrages admis au concours 
pour les prix dccennaux. Paris, 1810. 4. 
-Recueil d observations geodesiques, etc. ; ed. 
par J. B. Biotct F. Arago ; suite au 3e v. de 
la Base du systeme , etc. Paris, 1821. 4. 

- - Seance publ. du 4 Jan. 1813. [Paris, 1813.] 4. (E71) 
Tableau des sciences philos., des belles-lettres, et des 

beaux- arts. [Paris,] 1791. 4. (A 10) 

Clause d Histoire et de Literature Anciennf. 
Expose des travaux, [1815]. [Paris, 1815.] 4. (E71) 

- Histoire dc la Classe. Paris, 1815-18. 4 v. 4". 
Rapport hist, sur les progres de 1 histoire 

dep. 1789, par B. J. Dacier. Paris, 1810. 4. 
Rapport historique sur 1 etat et les progres de 1 his- 

toire. Paris, 1808. 4. (A 9) 
Rapport sur les travaux; par M. Ginguene. 1810, 11, 

13. [Paris, 1810-13.] 3 v. 4. (E 71) 1814, par P. 

C. F. Daunou. [Paris,] 1814. 4. (A 35, E 71) 

Classe de Litteratiire et de Beaux- At tit. 

- Memoires. Paris, an vi-xn [1798-1804], 5 v. 


Contents. Vol. 1. Sujets dcs prix, an 4. Liste dcs 
ouvrages impr. pres. Dewailly, . Cone. 1 ellipse 
et les supplemens qu on emploie pour expliquer les 
phrases elliptiques, etc. Lemonnier, . Le pronom 
soi. Sicard, R. A. C. La necessite d instruirc les 
sourds-muets de naissancc; Examen de I llermes 
d Harris. Domergue, U. La proposition grammati- 
cale. Rapport sin un monument antique. Le Blond, 
G. M. Sur la magic. Ducis, J. F. Epitre contre le 
celibat. Le Brun, P. D. E. L enthousiasme; ler 
chant de La viellec du Parnasse . Andrieux, F. G. 
J. S. Le proces du senat de Capoue; L Jwpital des 
fous. Monvel, J. M. B. Fables. Lemonnier, L. G. 
Conseils d un vieillard aux jeunes gens; fables. Bi- 
taube, P. J. Sur 1 etude des anciens ; Socrate ; i 1 ecole 
d un theologien. Levesque, P. C. Sur les trois poetes 
tragiques de la Grece; Aristophane; Les progres 
de la peinture chez les Grecs. Schweighaeuser, J. 
Sur un passage de Simplicius. Le Roy, I). Les 
navires empl. par les anciens. Mongez, A. Sur les 
travaux publics des Homains, compares a ceux des mo- 
dernes. Ameilhon, II. P. Surles couleurs desanciens 
et sur les arts qui y out rapport. Le Blond, G. M. 
Sur le vrai portrait d Alexandre le grand. Camus, 
A. G. La distribution et le classement des livres d une 
bibliotheque. Peyre, A. F. Sur I aehevement du 
Louvre, etc. 

2. Liste des mcmbrcs et des associ(5s. Hist. No 
tice des mern. non imprimes. Mongez, A. La vie de 
Lemonnier. Villar, J. B. Louvet. Sujets des prix 
proposes Pan 5. Tableau des prix. Xoms des 
artistes qui ont temporte les prix de peinture, etc., 
de Pan 5. Livres et ecrits pres. Mem. Mongez, 
A. La reunion des litterateurs et des artistes. - 
Collin d Harleville, J. F. La grande famille reunie. 
Sur la continuation de la collection des Historiens de 
France. Dupuis, C. F. Sur les Pelasges. Le Roy, 
D. Sur le Meris. Mongez, A. Sur les vases mur- 
r hj ns . Villar, G. Fragment du 16e livre de Plliade; 
trad, en vers francais. Vien, J. M., and Le Blond, G. 
M. Sur des vases trouves dans un tombeau pres de 
Geneve. Camus, A. G. Mem. sur llepi 0avnaari<av 
a(cou<r/iaTio> (De mirabilibus auscultationibus). Mon 
gez, A. Sur les types des monnoies compares a ceux 
dcs medailles. Lebrun, P. A. Ode d un philanthrope 
republicain contre la monarchic; Ode d un philan 
thrope republican) contre Panarchie. Bitaube, P. J. 
Sur les deux premiers livres dc la politique d Aristotc. 
Mongez, A. Les gladiateurs. Chenier, M. J. Le 
dernier hymne d Ossian. Ameilhon, II. P. Sur 

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quelques changemens qu on ponrroit faire a nos cata 
logues de bibliotheques. Collin d Harleville, J. F. 
L homme et sa conscience. Ameilhon, II. P. Sur lea 
differentes especes de sparte dont il est parle dans les 
anciens autcurs. Sells, X. J. Lasireneetle passant. 
Peyre, A. F. Antiquites de la ville de Troves. Le- 
brun, 1 . A. Ode. Camus, A. G. Notice d un livre 
impr. a Bamberg en 1462. 

3. Liste des membres. Hist. Villar, G. Mem. 
non impr. Andrieux, F. G. J. S. La vie et les tra- 
vaux deC. Dewailly. Villar, G. E. L. Boullee; J. 
Dusaulx. Prix. Artistes qui out remporte les prix 
de peinture, etc.., de 1 an 6. Livres et ecrits pres. 
Mem. Camus, A. G. Comte rendu. Chenier, M. 
J. Le vieillard d Ancenis. Dupuis, C. F. Les Pe- 
lasges. Le Roy, D. Sur la marine. Dea petits 
navires des anciens; Sur la marine des ancieus, et 
partic. sur un bas-relief pub. par Winckelmann. 
Camus, A. G. Sur [le Teuerdanck]. Mongez, A. 
1 ersepolis. Le Gouve, G. M. J. B. La sepulture, 
poeme. Bitaube, P. J. Des jugemens de quelques 
philosophes et eerivains celebres de 1 antiquite. sur les 
republiques anciennes. Ameilhon, II. P. Les cou- 
leurs et la teinture des ancieus. Mongez, A. Deux 
inscriptions latines et 1 opobalsamum. Raymond, A. 
Sur la construction du Dome de la Madonna della 
Salute a Venise. Mongez, A. Sur les inoyens de 
faire entendre les diseours et la musique des fetes 
nationales par tons les spectateurs. Camus, A. G. 
L histoire et les precedes ; du polytypage et de la 
stercotypie. Sur un livre allemand; Hoffmann et 
son polytypage. 

4. Liste des membres. Tlist. Villar, G. Mem. 
non imprimes. Collin d Harleville, J. F. A. Le- 
blanc; C. A. Demoustier. Prix. Artistes qui out 
remporte les prix en 1 an 7. Livres et ecrits pres. 
Mem. Mongez, A. Sur les costumes des Perses sous 
la dynastic des rois Achemenides et celle des sticces- 
seurs d Alexandre. Peyre, A. F. La Bibliotheque 
Rationale peut-elle roster entouree du Theatre des 

- Langles, L. Les papiers-monnoies des Orien- 

taux. Mongez, A. Les costumes des Perses. Duels, 
J.F. Epitre a Vien. La Porte duTheil, F. J. C. Les 
relations au 12e siecle cntre le Danemarck et la France; 

L etat de 1 eglise de Mcssinc jusqu au 13e siecle. 
Villar, G. Le desespoir d Achilla apres la mort de 
1 atrocle. Camus, A. G. Kapport [sur le proceile de 
Boudier fils] Peyre, A. F. Projet d une bibliotheque 
nationale a eriger sur 1 emplacement de la Magdelaine 
de la Ville-l Eveque. Bitaube, P. J. Reflexions sur 
Pindare. Andrieux, F. G. J. S. L Olivier, etc., fable 
de Joatham; Socrate et Glaucon; Dialogue entre 
deux journalistes, sur les mots monsieur et citoyeu. 
Collin d Harleville, J. F. Melpomene et Tlialie. 
Gibelin, E. A. Sur le Gladiateur de BorghtMe. Le 
Gouve, G. M. J. B. La Phaivale. Collin d Hirville, 
J. F. Dialogue sur la comedie. 

5. Liste des membres. Hist. Camus. A. G. Hist, 
des travaux. Liste des ouvrages. Sicard, R. A. 
La vie de N. E. de Wailly. Mem. Dupuis, C. F. L in- 
fluence que les babitans des lies du golfe Persique, etc., 
ont cue sur 1 Europe Rapport sur le panorama. 
Collin d Harleville, J. F. La cnmpagne et les vers. 
Valenciennes, P. II. Rapport sur Elemens de per 
spective pratique . Mougez, A. L harangues 
attrib. par les eerivains anc. aux orateurs; les masques 
antiques, etc. Franqois de Neiif chateau, N. La mort. 

Mongsz, A. Une statue antique consorvee autrefois 
dans la Villa medicis. Francois if. Nftifchfitean, N. 
Trad, en vcr.s de ( Expedition des Argonaules, de Vale 
rius Flaccus. Mongez, A. Le bronze des anciens et 
une epee antique. Barailon, J. F. Les mines d une 
ancienne ville appelue aujourd hui Toull. Dacis, J. F. 
La solitude et I amour. Camus, A. G. Les travanx 
des citoyens Herhan, etc. Ameilhon, H. P. Re- 
eherches sur la pecbe des anciens. Camus, A. G. 
Sur Pimpression des cartes ge.)g. et de quelques autres 
objets en caracteres mobiles; Sur le Teurdanck. 
Guyton de Morveau, L. B., and others. La restanration 
du tableau de Raphael, La Vierge do Foligno. 
Mongez, A. L emploi du chanvre dans 1 antiquite et 
dans le Moyen Age. Andrieux, F. G. J. S. Snr la 
continuation du Dictionnaire de la langue francaise. 
Camus, A. G. L expos. pub. des produits de I industrie 
fr., dans 1 an 6, 9. Mongez, A. 2e mem. sur le 
bronze antique, sur des epees et un anneau elastiques 
des anciens; L epee gauloise, et les precedes que les 
anciens ont suivis pour converter le fer en acier. 
Camus, A. G. Add. el corr. a quelques passages des 
vols. precedens. 

Notice des travaux, 18)9/10, 14, par J. Le Breton. 

[Paris, 1810-15.] 2 v. 4. (A 35, E 71) 
Programme et ordre de la seance du ler oct. 1814. 

[Paris, 1814.] 4. (A 35) 

Clause de.s Sciences Mathematiques et Physiques . 
Rapport hist, sur les progres des sciences 

clepuis 1789 ; par G. D. Cuvier. Paris, 

1810. 4. 

Same. Par J. B. Delambre. Paris, 1810. 4. 

Analyse des travaux, 1806. Partie phys., par G. D. 

Cuvier. [Paris, ISoS.] 4. (A 9) 1807. 10, 12, 13. 

[Paris. 1808-13? ] 4 v. 4. (E 71) 1814. [Paris, 

1814.] 4. (A 35, E 71) 1815. [Paris, 1815.] 4. 

Same. Pte. matb., par J. B. Delambre. 1806. [Paris, 

1808.] 4. (A 9) 1808, 10, 12, 13. Paris, [1812-13]. 

4 v. 4. (E 71) 1814. [Paris, 1814.] 4. (A 35, E 

71) 1815. [Paris, 1815.] 4. (E 71) 
Memoires, 1795-1815. Paris, an vi [1797]- 

1818. 14 v. 4. 

Note. Vol. 7, 8, 11. 12, 13 are in 2 parts. These Me 
moires are indexed in the Royal Society s Catalogue 
of scientific papers . 
Memoires presentespar divers savans. Pans, 

1805-11. 2 v. 4. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Sinclair, J. Plan pour etahlir 
des fermes experlmentales. Mourgue, M. J. A. Les 
naissances, les manages, et les morts, (Montpellier), 
1772-92, etsur les probabililes de la vie. Bjuvard, A. 
Obs. astronom. faites a I Observ. Nat. de Paris, an 4. 
Dayeux, X. La seve des plantes. Bondt, , and 
others. Trois especes ditfei-entes de g;vz hidrogene car- 
bone. Venturi, J. B. Experiences sur la section qne 
des cylindres de camphre eprouvent a la surface de 
1 eau. Deyeux, N. LH sang bilieux consid. sous les 
rapports cliimiqucs. Deze, . L aiiile citrique con- 
cret. Deyeux, X. Las fils ou polls qui recouvrent 
toil tc la plante qui produit le cicer arietinum. Men- 
telle, S. Obs. meleorol. a Cayenne 1 dec. 1778 -30 nov. 
178;). Odier, L. Hist, d une femme qui avoit un 
ovaire transforme en hydatides Proust, J. L. Recucit 
de differentes obs. de chirnie. Burckhardt, J. C. 
Micrometres. Noel, S. B. .T. Les ditt erons bateaux 
empl. a la peche du hareng paries nations europeennes. 

Deschamp, . Obs. anatom. faites sur un sujet opere, 
Buivant le procede de Hunter, d un anevrisme de I artere 
poplitee. Lhuillier, S. Theoremes de polyhepopliUie. 

Burckhardt, J. C. Determination des orbites de 
quelques anciennes cometes. Biot, J. B. Les equa 
tions aux differences melees. Decandolle, A. P. 
Experiences rel. a I influence de la lumieresur quelques 
vegetaux; Los pores de 1 eaorce; Li vegetation du 
gui. Parseval, M. A. Integration generate et com 
plete des equations de la propagation du son. Burck- 
hardt, J. C. Les orbites des cometes de 1763, 71, 73. 
Dacandolle, A. P. Un nouveaux genre de la familledes 
apocinees. Lancret, . Les ooiirbes a double cour- 
bure. Poiteau, A. L arachis hypo<;:ea. D vngoi, 
J. A. Les refractions terrestres. Labillardiere, J. J. 
Deux especes de litchi cultivees dans les Moluques. 
Parseval, M. A. La resolution des equations aux 
differences partielles lineaires du second onlre. 
Ampere, A. XI. L applieatiou des fornuiles ge:ierales 
du ealcul des variations aux problemesde lamecanique. 

Parseval, M. A. Deux equations importantes dans 
la mecanique des fluides. Leblond, J. B. Le poivrier 
apporte en 1788 de I lsIe-de-France a Cayenne, par M. 
Martin. Parseval, M. A. Methode gen. pour som- 
mer, par le moyen des integrates definies, la suite 
donnee par le .tbeoreme de L igrange. Brongniart, A. 
line classification naturelle des reptiles. Parseval, 
M. A. L ^s series, etl integration complete d une equa 
tion anx differences partielles lineairies du second ordre, 
a coefflciens constans. Nieuport, C. F. de. La solu 
tion d un probleme de mecanique propose par Alembert; 

L equation gen. des polygones reguliers. 

2. Lancret, A. Les developpoides des courbes 
planes, etc. Boullay, P. F. G. Le mode de composi 
tion des ethers muriatique et acetique. Duvernoy, 
G. L. Mem. sur 1 hymen. Hisaenfratz, J. H. La 
propagation du son. Pictet, A. L occultation des 
pleyades par la lune. Thenard, L. J. L action des 
acides vegetaux sur 1 alcool. Boullay, P. F. G. La 
formation de Tether phosphoriquea I aide d une appareil 
particulier. Roussille de Ciiamsru, . I^e plica 
polonica. Laugier, . Un nouveau principe dans 
les pierres meteoriques; La nature chimique d une 
substance animate de la grotte de I Arc dans File de 
Capree. Larry, D. J. La plique. Malus, E. L. 
Traite d optique; La double refraction; La mesure 
du pouvoir refringent des corps opaques. Roard, J. L. 
Le decreusage de la soie. Poinsot, L. Les polygones 
et les polyedres. Deslongchamps, L. Recherches 
hist., etc., sur les narcisses indigenes. Garrica, , 
and others. Les cuves d indigo. 

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Prix propose an concours 1810. [Paris, 18.] 4. 


Rapport d une commission sur un memoire do M. 

Mu rat, intitule; Experiences rel. a la meilleurc ma- 
nierc d enfonccr les pilotis. Paris, 1812. 4. (A 74) 

Prixdemnlhenintiqncs, [1811. Paris, 1809.1 4. (E71) 

^(inif. [1812: avec Rapport adopt4 dans les seances 

ilu 13 fev. et 18 mars 1K09, snr 1 ouvrage de Chlailni, 
relatif i\ la theorie du son. Paris, 1809.] 4. (E 71) 

Proclamation des prix (lucernes. Onus la seance pub- 

lique du 4 Jan. 1813. [Paris, 1813.] 4. (E 71) 

Seance publique du 2 Jan. 1809; prix propose au con 
cours 1811. [Paris, M09.1 4. (E 71) 

CtviEK, G. L. C. F. D. Eloges. Set p. 2239, lot col. 

Clause des Sciences Morales et Politiyues. 

Memoires. Par., an vi-xn [1798-1804]. 5 v. 4. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Su.ielsdes prix proposes dans 1 an 
4. J.,iste <U ouvrages imprimis envoyes a In classe. 
Titres des memoires Ins par les membres de la classe. 

Le Breton, J. La vie et lea ouvrages de G. T. Ray- 
nal. Anquetil, L. P. Les aticiennes relations exle- 
rienres de la France; Etat de 1 Europe avant la paix 
de Westphalie en 1648 : L etat de I histoire de France. 

Cabanis, P. J. G. Stir 1 etude de I bomnie; Hist, 
pliysiol. des sensations. Levesque, P.O. Burl homme; 

Les obstacles que les anciens pbilosophes out ap- 
portes aux progres de la saine philosophic. Tracy, 
A. L. C. D. La faculte de penser. Laromiguiere, P. 
La determination de ces mots, analyse des sensations; 

La determination du mot idee. Buache, J. N. 
L existence de quelques isles entre le Japon et la 
Californie. Baudin, P. ( . L. L esprit de faction 
consid. par rapport a son influence sur les dif. gonverne- 
mens; Des clubs. -- Diannyere, A. Preuves 
arithmet. de la necessile d encourager 1 agriculttire, etc. 

Gregoire, U. Les moyens de perfection ner les 
sciences politiques. Sales, J. de. Analyse des me- 
moires lus a la classe par 8. 

2. Histoire. Prix. Liste des ouvrages impr. et 
present eg a la classe. Lebreton, J. La vie et les 
ouvrages de Deleyre. Memoires. LeVesque, P. C. 
Hesiode; Homere; Les mojurs et les usages des 
Grecs du temps d Homere; Les nnciennes relations 
de la France avec la Kussie. Talleyrand-P6rigord, 
C. M. de. Les relations commerciales des Etats-Unis 
avec 1 Anglcterre. Cabanis, P. J. G. Les rapports 
du physique et du moral de I hommc. Talleyrand- 
P6rigord, C. M. de. Les advantages a retirer de colo 
nies nouvelles. Legrand d Aussy, P. J. 13. La ma 
rine en France au commencement de 14e siecle. Bau- 
din, P. C. L. L origine de la loi. Legrand d Aussy, 
P. J. B. Les anciennes sepultures nationales dans la 
ci-devant eglise de Saint-Germain des Pres. Baudin, 
P. C. L. Rapport, 2e rap. de la com. chargee d exam. 
comment, au deces de ses membres, il doit leur rendre 
les derniers devoirs. 

3. Histoire. Champagne, J. F. Travaux de la 
classe; La vie et les ouvrages de Baudin. Prix. 
Ouvrages impr. pres. a la classe. Memoiree. Cam- 
baceres, J. J. It. La science sociale. Buache, J. N. 
LaGuiane franchise. Bougainville, L. A. de. Les 
navigations anc. et mod. dans les hautes latitudes sop- 
ten tr. Baudin, P. C. L. L ostracisme. Champagne, 
J. F. La morale d Aristote, et trad, du chapilre de la 
Iiberalit6. Toulongeon, F. E. L influence du regime 
dietet. d une nation sur son etat politique. Bouchaud, 
M. A. Les colonies romaines et les municipes. L6- 
vesque, P. C. La retraite des Gaulois apres qu ils so 
furent rendus maitres du Capitole: Quelques accep- 
tions du mot nature. Bonchaud, M. A. Essai sur 
I histoire numismatiqire de la legislation romaine. 
Buache, J. X. Decouvertcs a faire dans le grand 
Ocean. - Bougainville, L. A. de. Hist, sur les sau- 
vages de 1 Amerique Septent. Levesque, P. C. La 
constitution de la republique de Spitrte. Legrand 
d Aussy, P. J. B. L uncicnne legislation de la France. 
Mentelle, E. La position de quelques lieux et de 
quelques fleuves dans 1 Argolide. Veron-Fortbonnais, 
. Le genre des questions dont la science del economie 
politique comporte la solution exacte. Tracy, A. L. C. 
D. Quelques questions d ideologle; L existence et 
les hypotheses de Mallebranche et de Berkeley; Les 
projets de pasigraphie. 

4. Liste des membres. Histoire. Prix. Tra- 
vanx de la classe qui ne font pas partie de la coll. impr. 
de ses memoires. Champagne, J. F. J. A. Creuze- 
Latouche. Levesque, P. C. Legrand d Aussy. 
Liste des ouvrages. Memoires. Lescallier, D. L ile 
de Madagascar; Voyage dans 1 Inde. Gregoire, II. 
Apologie de Harthelen iy de Las-Oasns. Bouchaud, 
M. A. Le code d Alari c. Levesque, P. C. La con 
stitution de la --publique d Athencs; Le retour des 

Argonautes par le nord. Buache, J. N. L ile de 
Juan de Lisboa. Koch, C. G. L origine de la maladie 
venerienne; I ne societe litteraire :i Strasbourg vers 
la fin du loo siecle et au commencement du ]6e. 
Buache, J. N . Les lies Dina et Marseveen. Bouchaud, 
M. A. La morale de Ciceron ; La morale de Seneque. 
Toulongeon, F. E. L usage du numeraire dans un 
grand etat. Daunou, P. C. F. Opinions di verses sur 
1 origine de I imprimerie. Tracy, A. L. C. D. La 
metaphysiqiie de Kant. 

5. Liste des membres. Histoire. Travaux de la 
classe. Distribution de prix. Liste des ouvrages im- 
primes presenter s\ la Classe. Memoires. Buache, 
J. N. Les terres decouvertes par La Peronse & la cote 
de Tartarie et au nord du Japon. Gaudin, J. He- 
flexions pliilos. sur la legislation de Solon et le gou- 
vernement d Athenes. Buache, J. N. La carte de 
Pcutinger. Girard, P. 8. Snr le nilometre de Pile 
d Elephantine et 1 aneienne coudee des Egyptiens. 
Bouchaud, M. A. De 1 autorite et de I usage des in- 
script. dans la legislation romnine. Levesque, P. C. 
La formation du langage; Le gouvcrncment de la 
France sous les deux premieres dynasties. Dupont, 
P. 8. Le nombre des ecolcs primaires que I on doit 
i-tablir. Bouchaud, M. A. Les edits des magistrals 
romains ; Des edits des empereurs. Bertrandon de 
la Brocqui^re. Voyage d outre mer et retour de Jeru 
salem en France par la voie de terre, 1432-33. 
Recueil des discours, rapports, etc., de 1 Acad., 

1820-69. Paris, 1843-72. 8 v. 4". 
Kote. In the following contents, under the heading, 
DiHcourx de reception the names of the authors 
of the Discours are in black type, of the authors of 
Heponses in italics. 

Content*. 1820-29. Discours de reception. 
1820. Pastoret. l.inia. 1821. Villemain. l{,,<t>r. 
1822. L eveque d Biermopolis. Kif/ot </e l rtiim>neu. 
Dacier. Villrtnriin. lSZ*. Quelen. Aiif/er. Soumet. 
Auger. 1825. Droz. Anytr. Delavigne. Anger. 
1826. Montmorency. Darn. Brifaut. J tmtoret. 
Guiraud. 1 ax tore t. 1827. Fourier. I illtmuin. 
Feletz. Anger. Royer Collard. I>aru. 1828. Le- 
brun. Feletz. Barante. Jouy. 1829. Arnault. 
Villemain. Etienne. Jiroz. Discours sur les 
prix de vertu. 1819. Darn. 1821. Lacretelle, 
Sur de Montyon. 1820. Lava. 1821. Laplace. 

1822. Segur. 1823. L eveque d Hermopolis. 
1824. Seze. 1825. Daru. 182f>. Cessac. 1827. 
Picard. 1828. Lemercier. 1829. Cuvier. Rap 
port du secretaire perpetuel. 1820-29. Ray- 
nouard. Pieces in vers lues en seance pub 
lique. Lemercier. Tableau des legislations succes- 
gives du monde, tire d un poeme sur Moi se, hi 1821. 

Fontanes. P pisode du poemc inedit de la Grece sau- 
vee, lu 1821. Raynouard. Le dcvouement de Males- 
herbe, 24 avril, 1822. Ducis. Epitre & Richard pen 
dant ma convalescence, 1822. Raynouard. Fragments 
de Fenelon et le due de Bourgogne . 1823. Daru. 
Sur les facultesde 1 homme, 1825. Andrieux. Kur la 
perfectibilite de 1 homme, 1825. Lemercier. Ode a 
la memoiredu comtede Sonzn, 1825. Soumot. Frag 
ment d un poeme de Jeanne d Arc, 1826. Daru. 
Fragment d un poeme sur I astronomie, 1827. Lebrun. 
L inspiration poetique, 1828. Pieces en pros e lues 
en seance publique. 1820-29. Lemontey. De la 
precision consideree dans le style, leg langues, et 
la pantomine. 1824; Eloge hist, de Vicq d Azyr. 1825. 

Chateaubriand. Discours servant d introd. ; i 1 hist. 
de France, 1826. Michaud. Quelques obs. sur /e 
cnraclere et 1 esprit des chroniqucs du Moyen Age. 1829. 

1830-39. Discours de reception. 1830. La- 
martine. Cuvier. S6gur. Arnnult. Pongerville. 
Jouy. 1831. Cousin, t eletz. Viennet. 1 urstval- 
(iran(1mainon. 1832. Jay. Arnault. Dupin. Jouy. 

1833. Tissot. Jony, Nodier. Jony. 1834. Thiers. 
Viennet. 1836. Scribe. Villemain. Salvandy. /.- 
brnn. Dupaty. Itural. Guizot. Seyur. 1837. 
Mignet. I oni/errille. Prix de vertu. 1830. Par- 
seval-Grandmaison. 1831. Lebrun. 1832. Brifaut. 

1833. Jouy. 1834. Villemain. 1835. Tissot. 
1836. Nodier. 1837. Lebrun. 1838. Salvandy. 
1839. Etienne. Secretaires perpetucls. 1830- 
32. Andrieux. 1833-34. Arnault. 1835-39. Ville 
main. Pieces en vers. Lebrun. Stances sur 
le ciel d Athenes; reception de Lamartine; Ode 
faite en visitant en Grece le mont Liakoura 1 ancien 
Parnasse. Andrieux. L enfance de Louis xil, et 
quelques traits de sn vie. Lemercier. Le triomphe 
national; Appel aux Muses con t re la depredation de 
la morale publique et des beaux-arts ; reception de Jay. 

Viennet. Fragment de la tragedie des etals de la 
ligue. Arnault. Les des pipes, fable ; reception de 
Dupin. Lebrun. Stances ecrites A Olympic. Ar- 

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nault. Fables inedites. Lebrun. Strophes faites en 
mer. Lemercier. Hommage a la memoire du peintre 
David ; Lampelie et Daguerre. Viennet. Fables ; 
Fables inedites. Pieces en prose. 1830-39. Ar 
nault. Dissertation sur 1 apologue en action. Lacre 
telle. Analogies et contrastes entre Cromwell et Napo 
leon. Lemercier. Sur la decouverte de 1 lngenieux 
peintre du diorama. Ouvrages lus en seance 
particul ier e. Jouy. Eloge de Rcgnault de Saint- 
Jean d Angely. Lacretelle. Kloge de Bailly. Fe- 
letz. Eloge du cardinal de Bernis. Dupin. Eloge 
[duj due de N 1 vernois. Notes contenant des eclaireis- 
sements historiques et quelques citations cmpruntees 
aux reuvres [du] due de Nivernois. Jouy. Notice 
sur llydir-Aly-Khan. Feletz. Du dialogue; De 
1 anecdote. Disco urs pro nonces dans di verses 
solennites. Inauguration de la statue de Corneille; 
extr. des proces verbeux. Lebrun. Inaug. de la 
statue de C. a Rouen. Nodier. Inaug. de la statue de 
Ouvier, a Montbeliard. Michaud. Inaug. de la statue 
deCuvier; rapport uu nom de la deputation envoyee a 
Montbeliard. Barante. Trans, des restes de Montyon, 
de Vaugirard a 1 llotel-Dieu. Tissot. Trans, des 
restes de la Harpe du cimetiere de 1 ouest an cimetiere 
de I est. Lemercier. Trans, des restes de Florian a 
la cummunc de Sceaux. 

1840-49. Discou rs de reception. 1840. Flou- 
rens. Mianet. Mole. Ditj/in. 1841. Hugo, Sal 
vandy. Sainte Aulaire. Roger. Ancelot. Jirifuut. 

1842. Tocqueville. Mole. Ballanche. Barante. 

Pasquier. Jlignet. 1843. Patin. Bnrunte. 1845. 
Saint-Marc Girardin. lingo. Merimee. Etitnne. 
Sainte Beuve. Hugo. 1846. Vigny. Mol< : . Vitet. 
Mole. 1847. Remusat. Dupaly. Empis. Viennet. 

1848. Ampere. Alvrinu e. 1849. Noailles. Patin. 
Prix de vertu. 1840-49. Salvandy. Jouy. 
Mole. Flourens. Scribe. Dupin. Viennet. 
Tocqueville. Saint Marc Girardin. Sainte Au 
laire. Rap ports des secretaires perpetuels. 
184U-49. Villemain. Pieces en vers. 1840-49. 
Viennet. Fables inedites; Fables. Ancelot. Le 
Havre, epitre a Mme. C. I ersac. Soumet. Fragment 
d une epopee de Jeanne d Arc. Lacretelle. Sur 1 em- 
ploi de la inythologie. Viennet. Fables. Ponger- 
ville. Fragments d une epitre sur la peine de niort. 
Viennet. Fables inedites. Dupin. Eloge de Males- 

1850-59. i. Discours de reception. 1850. St. 
Priest. Dujiuty. 1851. Nisard. SaintMarc Girardin. 
- 1852. Montalembert. Guizot. Musset. Xisard. 

1854. Dupanloup. Salvandy. Prix de vertu. 
le partie. Salvandy. Noailles. Vitet. Vien 
net. Salvandy. Secret a ires perpetuels. 1850- 
59. le partie. Villemain. 1850-54. Pieces en 
vers en seances publiques. le partie. An 
celot. Souvenirs et visions, fragment compose a Home, 
au milieu des ruines du Forum. Ancelot. Venise. 
Ampere. Ode sur le temps present. Brifaut. Le 
monde a refaire, conte. Viennet. Epitre a Clio. 
Pieces en prose, le partie. Ampere. Fragment 
d un voyage au Canada. Pieces en vers. le partie. 
Brifaut. La soeur de charite; L bymen ; Regrets 
et espoir. Discours prononces dans diverses 
solennites. Nisard. Rapport, au nom des membres 
presents a 1 inauguratlon de la statue de Gresset a 
Amiens; Discours, pour 1 inauguration de la statue 
de Gresset a Amiens. Ancelot. Discours, dans la 
meme solennite. Musset. Discours, pour les inau 
gurations des statues de Bernardin de St. Pierre et de C. 
Delavigne, au Havre. Ancelot. Poeme dithyram- 
bique lu au Havre. Salvandy. Discours, dans la 
meme solennite. II. Discours de reception. 2e 
pte. 1855. Berryer. Salvandy. Silvestre de Sacy. 
Salcandy. 1856. Legouve. Flourens. Broglie. 
Jfixard. Ponsard. Xisard. 1857. Biot. Guizot. 
Falloux. Brifitut. 1858. Augier. Lebrun. 1859. 
Laprade. Vitet. Sandeau. Vitet. Prix de vertu. 
2e pte. Noailles-Barante. Vitet. SaintMarc Gi 
rardin. Guizot. Secretaires perpetuels. 2e 
pte. Villemain. 1855-59. Pieces en vers. 2e pte. 
Viennet. Epitre a Despreaux; Epitre a Pontmartin 
sur la tragedie; Epitre a Villemain. Legouve. 
Les deux miseres; un souvenir de Manin. Viennet. 
Epitre a mes quatre vingts ans. 

1860-69. I. Discours de reception. 1861. La- 
cordaire. Guizot. 1863. Feuillet. Vitet. Broglie. 
SaintMarc Girardin. 1864. Carne. Viennet. Du- 
faure. Patin. Prix de vertu. le pte. Remusat. 
I860. Laprade. 1861. Montalembert. 1862. Saint 
Marc Girardin. 1863. Le prince de Broglie. 1864. 
Sainte Beuve. 1865. Secretaires perpetuels. 
le pte. Villemain. 1860-65. Pieces en vers. le 
pte. Legouve. Un jeune homme qui ne fait rien; 
comedic. Viennet. Fables. Legouve. Fragments 

dramatiques. Viennet. Epitre a ma vieillc muse. 
SaintMarc Girardin. De 1 apologue et de la parabole 
dans 1 antiquite. 

Academie des Inscriptions et Belles Letlres. 

- Histoire et mem. de 1 Acad. Vol. 5-28, 

Paris, 1821-74. 33 v. (v. 20, pt. 1 ; 22, pt. 
1, 2; 27 v.). 4. 
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Memoires presentes par divers savants, le 

serie. Vol. 1-8 : Sujets divers d erudition. 
Paris, 1844-69. 8 v. 4 U . 

2e serie. Vol. 1-5 : Antiquitesde la France. 

Paris, 1843-65. 5 v. 4". 

Recueil des historiens des croisades. Paris, 

1841-59. 5 v. f". 

Contents. Lois. Tome 1. Assises de Jerusalem: 
Haute Cour; pub. par le comte Beugnot. 2. Courdes 
Bourgeois; pub. par Beugnot. Historiens occi- 
dentaux. Tome 1, le ptie. Rapport sur la publica 
tion du Kecueil. Notice sur la carte generate du theatre 
des croisades. Tome 1, le, 2e pte. Guilelmus Ty- 
rius. Ilistoria; frent-fi. L estoire de Eracles empe- 
reur. 2. Contin. de I estoire de Guillaume arcevesque 
de Sur. Contin.. 1229-61. Analyse chronologique. 
Glossaire. Table. 

Academie des /Sciences. 

Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des seances, 

1835-75. Paris, 1835-75. 81 v. 4 U . 

Supplement. Paris, 1856-61. 2 v. 4. 

- Table gen., tomes 1-31. Paris, 1853. 4". 

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Note. Vol. 27, 31, 37 are in two pt. The 2d pts. 
of 27 and 31 are wanting. 

- Memoires presentes par divers savans. Sciences 

mathem. et phys. Vol. 1-20. Paris, 1827- 
72. 20 v. 4. 
Academie des Sciences Morales et Politiques. 

- - Compte rendu des seances ; par C. Verge, le 

ser., tome 7, fev., mars 8, sept. -dec., 9-10. 

Paris, 1846. 2 v. 8". 
2e ser., tome 1-10. Paris, 1847-51. 10 v. 

(T. 8, aout, sept, w.) . 8. 
3e ser., tome 1, 2, juil., aout. Paris, 1852. 8. 

- - Memoires. 2e ser. Vol. 1-12. Paris, 1837- 

65. 12 v. 4. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Fondation, suppression, retab- 
lissement de la classe. Reglement pnrticulier. Etat 
de 1 Acad. Comte, C. La vie et les travaux de le comte 
Garat. Philos. Maine de Biran, M. F. P. G. Le 
sommeil, les songes. et le somnambulistne. (Anal, et 
nlem .) Laromiguiere, P. Lecons de philosophic, 
Broussais, F. J. V. L assoc. du physique et du moral. 
(Anal, et mem.) Morale. Roederer, 1 . L. Sur la 
religion, la raison, et la sympathie. Bignon, L. P. E. 
La conciliation progressive de la morale et de la pol. 
(Anal, et mem.) Jouffroy, . Cours de droit nature!. 

Lucas, C. Theorie de I emprisonnement. Leg! ela 
tion, etc. Berenger, A. M. M. T. Rapport sur In sta- 
tistique de la justice civile. (Anal, etmem.) Carnot, 
. L instruction criminelle. Comte, C. Traite de 
legislation. Beaumont, G. de. La condition sociale 
et politique des negres esclaves et des gens de couleur 
affranchis aux Etats Tnis. Tocqueville, A. de. L in- 
fluence du point de depart sur 1 avenir de la societe des 
Etats-Unis. Saint-Hilaire, B. L ordre des livres de 
la pol. d Aristote. Berenger, A. M. M. T. Les 
moyens propres a generaliser en France le systeme 
penitentiare. (Anal." ft mem.) Econ. pol. et stat. 
Villerme, L. R., anil Benoiston de Chateauneuf, L. F. 
Docs, propres a constater la marche et les eff ets du 
cholera morbus dans Paris. Villerme, L. R. La dis 
tribution dc la population francais par etat civil. (Anal, 
ctmem.); L influence des marais sur les differents 
ajr cs . Lakanal, J. Lettre sur son sejour en Ame- 
r fq lle . Comte, C. Melanges et correspondances d eco- 
nomie politique. Morogues, . Les recberches des 
causes de la richesse et de la misere des pell pies civilises. 

Dureau de la Malle, A. J. C. A. La population 
de la France au 14e siecle. Costaz, L. La construc 
tion des tables de statistique et sur la mes ure des valeurs. 

Renouard, C. La statistique de la justice civile. 

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Berea, E. L affaiblissemenl du commerce cU> Bordeaux 
et les moyens d y remedier. Benoiston de Chateau- 
neuf, L. F. L entrepot do Pari. Quetelet, L A. J. 
L inlluetice des saisons sur la mortalite aux diffe rents 
ages, dans la Belgique. Hist. Roederer, 1 . L. L his- 
toire tic la soc. polie en France. Mignet, F. A. A. 
L elablissement de la reforme religiense et sur constitti- 
tion du calvinismc a Geneve. (Anal, et mem.) Du- 
reau de la Malle, A. J. C. A. Lea causes tie [ extension 
du droit de cite chez les Romania. Sujcts (lew prix 25 
avr. 1836. Rapports de M. Cousin et le due de Bus- 
sano. Mem. I us. Simeon. . Le regime dotal et 
le regime en communaute duns le manage. Cousin, V. 
Sur ie sic et non (oui et non) d Abullard. 

2. Notices et eloges hist. Mignet, F. A. A. 
Analyse des travaux de 1 Acad. Comte, F. C. L. Vic- 
el travaiix de Maltlius. Mignet, F. A. A. Vie et tra 
vaux de Sieyes, de lioederer. Talleyrand-Perigord, 
C. M. de. Le comte Reynard. Mem. et rapports. 
Jouffroy, . De la legitiinite de la distinction de la psy- 
chologie t-t de la phyi-iologie. Damiron, J. P. Rap 
port sur POrganum d Aristote. Morale. Dunoyer, 
B. C. P. J. Rapport sur les classes dangcreuses dans 
les grande8 villes. Legislation , flc. Portalis, J. M. 
Quelques obs. a [ occasion d un code civil pour les etats 
de Sardaigne. Kcun. pol. et stat. Rossi, P. L. E. 
Le droit civil francais. Passy, II. P. La division des 
heritages et I intluence qu elle exeree sur la distribution 
des richesses. Dupin, C. L inrtuenee des nouvelles 
forces motrices et des nouveaux moyens de transports. 
Villerme, L. R. L etat physique et moral des ouvric-rs 
empl. dans les fabriques de soie, de colon, et de laine. 
Hist. Mignet, F. A. A. La formation territorial et 
politique de la France, lle-liie siecle. 

3. Etat, Jan. 1841. Mignet, F. A. A. Anal, des 
travaux, 1 Jan. 1839-31 dec. 1840; Livingston; 
Talleyrand. Mem. Broussais, M. J. V. Du senti 
ment d individualite. Barthelemy Saint Hilaire, J. 
La philosophic sanscrite, le Xyaya. Damiron, J. P. 
Hobbcs. Morale. Jouffroy,. Rapporteur I Ecolea 
normales primaires. Leg! si., etc. Passy, II. P. 
Les formes des gouvernements et les causes qui les de- 
terininent. Portalis, J. M. Droit des gens; De la 
recherche de la verite des fails dans les debats judi- 
ciaires. Econ. pol. el slat. Blanqui, J. A. Sur 
Petal econ. et moral de la Corse. 1838. Passy, H. P. 
Assoc. commerciales Allemandes. Benoiston de Cha- 
teauneuf, L. F. De la durce de la vie chez les savants 
et les gens de lettres. Hist . ge n . el ph i los. Miche- 
let, J. Les causes qui out amene 1 abolition de Pescla- 
vage ancien : Comment I ancienne Germanie est entree 
dans la societe civilisee de PEurope occidentale, el lui a 
servi de barrieVc eontre les invasions du Xord. 

4. Etat, 1844. Mignet, F. A. A. Anal, des travaux, 
1 Jan. 1841-31 dec. 1843; Broussais; Merlin; 
Destutt de Tracy. Mem. Damiron, J. P. Spinoza et 
ua doctrine; Cartesianisme. Legist ., rfc. Portalis, 
J. M. Code civil pour Sardaigne. Troplong, R. T. 
L inlluence du cbristianisme sur le droit civil des Re 
mains. Berriat Saint Prix, J. S. Pauperisme en 
France an 16e siecle; La legislation rel. aux nullites 
des actes de procedure. Berenger, L. P. Code penal. 
Econ. pol. et stat. Benoiston de Chateauneuf, L. 
F., ami Villerme, L. R. Voyage fait dans les cinq de- 
partements de la Bretagne. Hist. gen. et philos. 
Naudet, J. Sur la police chez les Romains. Mignet, 
F. A. A. Le droit de succession des femmes. 

5. Eloges hist. Mignet, F. A. A. Daunou : 
Simeon. Mem . et Rap ports. Barthelemy Saint- 
Hilaire, J.~ L eeole d Alexandrie. Remusut, C. F. M. 
de. Examen critique de la philos. allernande. Legist.. 
etc. Giraud, C. Des nexi. Berriat Saint Prix, J. 8. 
Sur la loi des xil Tables. Econ. pol. Passy, II. P. 
Systemes de culture et examen de leur influence sur 
I econ. sociale. Benoiston de Chateauneuf, L. F. 
Duree des families nobles de France. Thierry, A. 
Etats generaux. Naudet, J. Les recompenses d hon- 
neur chez les Romains. Passy, H. P. Des causes qui 
out influe sur la marehe de la civilisalion. 

6. Eloges hist. Mignet, F. A. A. Sismondi; 
Comte; Ancillon. Mem. et rapports. Franck, 
A. Mem. env. pour concourir au prix de philos., 1843- 
46. Damiron, J. P. Bayleetses doctrines. Morale. 
Giraud, C. J. B. Le concours ouvert pour le prix quin- 
quennal de 5000 francs, fonde par F. de Beaujour. 
1848. Legisl. Giraud, C. J. B. Le prix de legisla- 
tion. Econ. pol. Passy, II. P. Ecole des physio- 
crates. Blanqui, J. A. La situation econ. et morale 
de 1 Espagne en 1846. Benoiston de Chateauneuf, L. 
F. Duree de la vie hutnaine dans plusieurs des princi- 
paux Etats de 1 Europc; La condition des femmes et 
cles jeunes flllcs detenues et liberees. Hist. Mignet, 
F. A. A. La question d hist. mise au concours pour 
1847. Naudet, J. La police chez les Romains. 

282. (7. 2. 79.) 

-icnesses. .uupin, u. Hu-n etre et concorde den 
classes du peuple francais. Thiers, L. A. Droit de 
proprlete. Mignet, F. A. A. Vie de Franklin. 
Barthelemy Saint Hilaire, J. La vraie democratic. 
Villerme, L. R. Assoc. ouvrieres. Portalis, II. P. 
L homine et la societe. Damiron, J. P. Providence. 
Lelut, L. F. La sainte du peuple. 

A ote. For another edition of these nee p. 2244. 
8. Etat de 1 Acad. au 1 dec. 1852. Mignet, F. A. A. 

M. le baron Bigi 

Rossi; Cabanis. Mem. 

M. le baron Bignon ; Rossi; Caban 
Barthelemy Saint Hilaire, J. Sankhya. . 

Troplong, R. T. Des republiques d Athenes et de 
Sparte. Berenger, L. P. De la repression penale. 

9. Mignet, F. A. A. La vie et les travaux de Droz ; 
Jouffroy. Mem. Barthelemy Saint- Hilaire, ,J. Com- 
paraison de la philos. morale et politique de Plato et 
d Aristote. Damiron, J. P. Helvetius. Morale. 
Frank, . I. P. Prix en 1852. Legisl. Giraud, C. J. B. 
Prix de legisl. Portalis, II. P. Prix de legisl.. etc. 
Berenger, L. P. De la repression penale. Econ. pol. 
et slal. Reybaud, L. Les assoc. entre ouvriers <-u 
entre palrons et ouvriers. Villerme, L. R. Sur Ua 
tables de tnorlalite. Hist. Guizot, F. P. G. La ques 
tion d hist. mise au concours pour 1850 : La condition 
des classes agricolcs depuis le 13e siecle. 

10. Etat, 1 nov. 1860. Mignet, F. A. A. Ge- 
rando; P. Laromiguiere. Mem. Damiron, J. P. 
Prix de philos., 1854. Lelut, L. F. Rapport sur le 
concours rel. a la question du sommeil. Rernusat, C. 
F. M. de. La philos. de Thomas d Aquin ; L innuence 
de la scolastique sur la langue francaise. Damiron, J. 
P. Maupertuis. Morale. Reybaud, M. R. L. L in 
nuence de la litterature contemporaine sur les mojurs. 
Dunoyer, B. C. P. J. Rapports de la morale avec 
I econ. politique. Guizot, F. P. G. Sur le concours 
Felix de Beaujour, rel. au role de la famille dans Pedtt- 
cation. Legisl. etc. Passy, H. P. Sur la diversite 
des formes de gouvernement. Laferriere, F. La philos. 
du droit; L inlluence du sto icisme sur la doctrine des 
jurisconsultes romains. Econ. pol. et stat. Du 
noyer, B. C. P. J. Rapport, a la suite d informations 
prises en Angleterre. Wolowski, L. F. M. R. Sur le 
concours rel. a [ administration de Colbert. Broglie, 
C. A. V. L. de. Sur le concours Felix de Beaujour. 
Reybaud, M. R. L. La condition morale, intellectuelle, 
et materielle des ouvriers qui vivent du travail de la 
soie. Passy, H. L. Sur le concours ouvert au sujet 
de la rente des tei res. 

11. Etat de 1 Acad , 31 dec. 1862. Mignet, F. A. A. 
La vie et les travaux de Lakanal; Schelling. Mem. 
Barthelemy Saint Hilaire, -I. Le concours rel. a la 
question du beau. Damiron, J. P. Le concours rel. 
a la philosophic de Leibnitz; Sur Condillac et son 
Traite dessystemes . Morale. Gamier, A. L autorile 
paternelle. Leg! si., etc. Laferrierre, F. Sur Phistoire 
et 1 organisation comparee des Etats provincial)! aux 
diverses epoques de la monarchic jusqu a 1789. Re- 
nouard, A. C. Sur le concours rel. au droit maritime 
international. Econ. pol. et stat. Passy, H. P. 
Rapport sur le concours L. Fancher, rel. a la vie et aux 
uMivres philos. et econ. deTurgot. Reybaud, M R. L. 
Rapport sur les ouvriers qui vivent de I induslrie du 

12. Elat de 1 Acad., 1 sept. 1865. Mignet, F. A. A. 
La vie de Portalis; Hallam; Macaulay. Mem. 
Franck, A. Rapport sur le concours rel. au role de la 
psychologic- en philos. Barthelemy Saint-Hilaire, J. 
Rapport sur la philos. de Saint-Angustin. Morale. 
Janet, P. Traite des devoirsde Ciceron. Reybaud, M. 
R. L L etat des classes ouvriers depuis 1789. Simon, 
J. Rapport, fait au nom de la commission pour le prix 
Halphen. Econ. pol. el stat. Passy, H. P. Le 
prix qulnquennal fonde par F. de Beaujour; Sur le 
concours rel. au pret al interet. Lavergne, L. G. L. 
G. de. Rapport rel. aux grandes agglomerations de 

Eopulation. Wolowski, L. F. M. R. Rapport sur 
; concours L. Faucher, rel. i\ 1 histoire de la ligue 
hanseatique. Legisl., etc. Renouard, A. C. Rap 
port, rel. a la nature et a I influence des peines. 
Barrot, C.1I.O. Rapport sur le prix fonde par Moro- 
gues. Reybaud, M. R. L. Rapport sur les ouvriers 
qui vivent de 1 industrie de la laine. Hist. Guizot, 
F. P. G. Rapport rel. a Petal du gouvernement et a 
I etablisscment de certaines inslitutions sous le regne 
de Charles vn. Mignet, F. A. A. Rapport rel. & 
1 histoire des etablissemcnts francais dans les Indes 
orientales. Politique, etc. Vuitry, A. Rapport 
rel. a Pimpot avanl et depuis 1789. Huason, J. C. A. 
Controle dans les finances sur les recelles el les 
depenses publique. Parieu, M. L. P. F. K. de. LVn- 
seiguement uduiiuistralif et polilique. 

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- Mcmoircs. Tome 1, 2: Savants etrangers. 

Paris, 1841-47. 2 v. 4. 

Content*. Vol. 1. Heusde, P. W. van. Vnes sur 
Tine encyclopedic d apres les principes de la philosophic 
de Platon. Galluppi, 1 . Le systeme de Fit-lite. 
Pallia, . Sur 1<: ms. arabe Celui qui delivre de 1 er- 
reur et expli<|ne 1 etat vrai des choses d Algazali. 
Franck, A. Sur la Kabiile. Jacques, A. F. Sur le 
sens commnn eomme principe et metbode pliilos. 
Bouchitte, L. F. II. Hist, des preuves de 1 existence de 
Dieu. Chalmers, T. Sur les inconvenient* d un impot 
public pour 1 indigence. Giraud, ( . J. B. Du vrai 
caractere de la loi Voconia chez les Remains. Lin- 
gard, J. En quelle annee Anne Boleyn quitta-t-elle la 
France et retourna-t-ellc en Angleterre ? Rotteck, C. 
V. I), de. Sur la marche, le caractere, et 1 etat actuel 
des etudes hist, en Allemagne. Guehrauer, G. E. 
Sur le projet d expedltion en Egypte. Filon, C. I). A. 
Sur 1 etat moral et religieux de la societ6 romaine, a 
1 epoque de 1 apparition du christianisme. Rosseeuw 
Saint Hilaire, E. F. A. Sur 1 origine des immunites 
ecelesiastiques eri Espngne. 

2. Martin, II. L opinion de Platon sur les dieu*; 
[prec. d un rapport par J. Barthelemy Saint Hilaire]. 
Bouchitte, L. F. II. La notion de Dieu dans ses rap 
ports avec ritnagination et la sensibilite; [prec. d un 
rapport par C. F. M. Remusat]. Schmidt, C. Etudes 
snr le mysticisme alleniand an 14esiecle; [prec. d un 
rapport par J. Bartheleniy Saint Hilaire]. Montet, L. 
Saint Thomas d Aquin ; [prec. d un rapport par J. Bar 
thelemy Saint Hilaire]. Bouchitte, L. F. H. De la 
persistence de la personnalite apres la mort; [prec. d un 
rapport par A. Franck]. 

- - Petits traites. Paris, 1848. 7 v. 16. 

ConUnts. Vol. 1. Cousin, V. Justice et charite. 
2. Troplong, It. T. De la propnele d apres le code 
civil. 3. Passy, II. P. Des causes de I inegalite des 
richesses. 4. Dupin, C. Bien-etre et concorde des 
classes du pennies francais. 5,6. Thiers, L. A. Du 
droit de propriete. 7. Cousin, V. Philosophic popu- 
laire ; suivie de La profession de foi du vicaire Sa 

Section <1 } Agriculture. 

Nouveau ccmrs d agriculture, par les membres 

de 1 Institut. Paris, 1809. 13 v. 8. 

- Same. Xouv. ed. Paris, 1821-23. 16 v. 8. 

- Jardin des Plantes. NOTICE des principaux 

objcts d liist. nat. dans les galleries du Museum. 
Paris, an IX [180]]. 8. (C 99) 

UoiTAitn, P. Descrip. des mammiteres de la 

menagerie, etc. ; prec. d une introd. hist. par J. 
Janin. Paris, 1845. 8". 

- Observatoire. HOY, W. Operations pour 

determiner les positions respective des obser- 
vatoires des Greenwich et de Paris ; tr. par 
R.Prony. Paris, 1791. 4". 

- Parlement de Paris. St-e Paris, Parlement de 

(p. ^49). 

- Societe Anatomique. 23e, 24e, 26e bulletin. Paris, 

[182U?]. S". (B1562) 

- Societe Anthropologique. BROCA, P. History of the 

trans, of the SMC., 1865-67; tr. by C. A. Alexander. 
(/ Smithsonian Inst. Reports, 1868.) 

- Societe Asiatique. Elemens de la grammaire 

jiiponaise par J. Rodriguez; tr. du portugais 
par C. Landrcssc, etc. Paris, 1825. 8. 

Rupp]. ou remarques tirees de la grammaire 

composer par Ovangurcn, etc. Paris, 1826. 4. 

- Rapport annuel fait 25 juin 1862, 8 mai 1863 ; 

par J. Mohl. Paris, 1862-63. 2 v. 8". 

- Societe Central de Vaccine. Rapport. Paris, 

1803. 8". 

- Disc, par Guillotiii ; [avec] Rapport; par 

W. Ilusson. n.t.p. [Paris, 1805.] 8. 

Rapport sur les vaccinations en France en 

1806-07; [par Ilusson]. Paris, 1809. 8. 

- Societe Chimique. Lemons de chimie et de 

physique, 1861. Paris, 1862. 8. 

Content*. Jamin, J. C. Les lois de 1 equilibre et du 

mouveinent des liquides dans les corps poreux. Debray, 

H. Sur la production des temperatures elevees et sur 

la fusion du platine. Lissajous, . L etude optique 

des sons. Cloez, S. Recherches sur la nitrification : 
Assimilation de 1 nzote des plantes. Becquerel, E. 
Ett ets lumineux qui resultent de 1 aetion de la Uimiere 
sur les corps. Pasteur, L. Sur les corpuecules or 
ganises qui existent clang 1 atmosphere. 
Soc. d Agric. du Depart, de la Seine. Programme 
de la seance pub. avril 9. Paris, 1809. 4. (A 74) 

Programmes des prix proposes et notices des nie- 

dailles donrees. [Paris,] ISOo, 07. 08. 8. (B 805) 
Societe de Geographic. 47e anniversaire de 
la fondation de la Soc. ceh bre dans un ban 
quet au Grand-Hotel, le 21 dec. 1868. Paris, 
1869. 8. 

Bulletin. 2e ser., v. 8 ; 3e, v. 1-7 ; 4e, v. 5-8 ; 

5e, v. 13-20 ; 6e, v. 1-14. Paris, 1837-77. 
34 v. in 5 ser. 8". 

Rote. There are lists of the members in 5th ser., vol. 
19, 18; 6th ser., v. 2, 8, 10, 12, 14; maps and plates in 
each vol. 

Contmts. 2e per., v. 8. Memo! res, extra its, 
a n a 1 y se s, et rapports . Tamisier, II., anil Combes, 
E. Voyage en Abyssinie. 1835, 36. B., M. A. Voy. 
dans le Turqnie. Note sur la nouv. entree du port de 
Boulogne-sur-Mer. Dubois de Montpereux, F. Snr 
I areheol. et de geog. anc. Paris. Acad. Roy. des Sci. 
Instructions rel. au voy. de 1 Astrolabc et de la Zeli -e. 
Raffetot, Ctf. de. Hauteur de la vallee de Bareges. 
Moerenhout, . L ile lluaheine. Grandpre, L. M. 
J. O., , te. de. L ile Panchaia d Evhemere. Santarem, 
M. F. de B. y S., vet. de. Sur les voy. d Americ Ves- 
puce, 1501-03. La Roquette, . Population de la 
Norwegc, 1835. Voy. de la fregate la Venus. W., 
M. Afriquc occidentale. Arago, D. F. J. Instruc 
tions pour le voy. de la Bonite. Lafond, G. Sur [sa] 
tr. du Guide de J. Horsburgh ; Le detroit d Allas. 
Back, G. Retour de cap Tnrnagain, ftc. ; Guizot, F. 
P. G. Discours. Desvergers, X. Travaux de la Soc. 
Callier, C. Les courriers de Tnrquie et la caravane de 
Bagdad. Combes, E., >n>(! Tamisier, M. Route de 
Dher a Angolala. Berthelot, S. Leslies de Lance- 
rotte et de Fortaventurc. Delaporte, . Empire de 
Maroc. Francfort. Sec. de Geog. Statuts. A ctes 
de la societe. 

3eser., v. 1. Mem., ftc. Daussy, P. Les glaces 
du pole australe de Dr. Hombron ; Carte gen. des 
possessions ncerlandaises dans 1 archipel Indien par 
G. F. von Derfelden. Lefebvre, O. T. Lett re du 
Caire; I^ittre. Decouverte du lac Torrens, pur M. 
Eyre. Avezac-Macaya, M. A. P. d . I ne anc. carte 
de G.B. du Bocage. Hommaire de Hell, I. X. M. Voy. 
a la mer Caspienne; Carte de la Russie mend. 
Merkes, J. G. "VV. La mer de Haarlem. Voy. de M. 
Schomburgk aux sources du Takutu. 1842. Simmond, 
. Voy. de M. Schomburgk dans la Guiane. 1843. 
Allen, . La riviere de Cameroons, et delabaie d Am- 
boises. Roger, . Culture des limoniers aux bords 
du lac de Garda. Jomard, E. F. Les crues piema- 
tur6es du Xil, 1843. D., J. Le Sahara. Montagne, 
. l"n phenomene obs. dans la mer Rouge. Rei- 
chard, G. G. Le Niger, le Nil, le Gir. Frober- 
ville, E. de. Decouvertes geog. dans Madagascar. 
Itineraire de Raguse a Constanlinople. Gay, C. En- 
terrement du cacique Cathiji flans 1 Araucanie. Texier, 
C. F. M. Kourdistan. Smith, A. Texas. Noel, V. 
Madagasca. Fuss, . Travaux de 1 Acad. d. Sci. de 
St. Petersbourg, 1843. A ctes de la Soc. 

3e ser.,v. 2. Mem . , ftc. Roux de Rochelle, J. B. G. 
Notice surM. Du Ponceau. Galinier, , anil Ferret, 
. Antiquites de 1 Abyssinie. Daumas, E. Voy. de 
1 Abd-el-Kader dans 1 Algerie, 183U. Berthelot, S. 
Le georama de M. Guerin. Roux de Rochelle, J. B. 
G. Les travaux de M. Dennix. T., 1 . Qmlques 
villes de la Russie. Bovis, E. de. Navigation du de 
troit dc Magellan. Lavallee, F. Trinidad, Sancto- 
Espiritu. SaD-Juan-de-los-Reniedios. Hommaire de 
Hell, I. X. M. Les plaines de la Russic mi-rid. Eer- 
thelot, S. Lettre [de Cadix]. A ct es de la Soc. 

3e ser., v. 3. M6m.,^c. Lafond, G. Ouelques se- 
maines dans Samoa et Viti. Lefebvre, C. T. Explor. 
de la riviere Mareb. Wrede, A. de. Voy. en Arabic. 

Abbadie, A. Lettre du Onarya. Coppenaal, J. 
van. Borneo, 1S32. Roger, . Doc. rel. a la Sene- 
gambia. Roux de Rochelle, J. B. G. Fixation d un 
premiermeridien. Froberville, E. de. Decouv. geog. 
dans Madagascar. Musee d antiq. amer. a Copen- 
hague prop7 de M. C. C. Rafn. Roux de Rochelle, J. 
B. G. Arbre du soleil decrit dans les voy. de M. Polo. 

Cochelet, A. L. Voy. de Mexico a N. V. Lund, 
. Lettre de la Lagoa-Santa. Gay, C. Geog. botan. 
dans le Chili. Abbadie, A. d . Le Nil-Blanc. Jau- 
bert, A. Msg. [de] M. Boilat. Abbadie, A. d . Le 

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Nil-bleu. Figari, A., and Husson, A. II. Voy. & 
Gcbel-Zeyt, etc. Jomard, E. V. Monument & C. 
Colonib; Cartes en relief; Col. etlmog. Ac tea 
de la Soc. 

3e ser.. v. 4. Mi- m., etc. Christave, B. Mada 
gascar. Ahbadie, \*i\\ Les Juifs d Abysstnle. 
Middendorf, II. A. K. de. Voy. a Oudskoi et aux iles 
Hchantar; Kin de 1 exped. Joinard, K. K., <ind 
other*. Rap.snr le relief dn Mt. Blanc, par M.Sene. 
Creutzer, (i. F. Les Pheniciens. Perron, I . C., dit. 
Voy. au Bahr-el-Abiad. Abeken, . Voy. en Nubie. 
- Alciati de Grilhon, \ <-te. Voy. en Arable et en 
Egypte. Hericourt, R. d . Voy. an Choa. Explo 
ration du I ilcomayo. Saint-Martin, L. V. de. Tra- 
vaux de la Soe., 1845. Joinard, E. K. Col. geog. de 
la Bibliothcquc Royale, 1S45. Hericourt, K. d . 
Mcuurs relig. dans Clioa. Lefebvre, C. T. Commerce 
de la iner Rouge. Saint- Martin, L. V. de. Voy. en 
Asic-Mmeure de \V. ,J. llamilton. Actes de la Soc. 

3e ser., v. 5. Mem ., ft,-. Santarem, M. F. de B. y S. 
Mem. de M. da Silveira rel. a la decouv. par leu Portu- 
gais. Figari, A., uinl Husson, A. H. Voy. & Gebcl- 
Xeyt, etc. Saint-Martin, L. V. de. Voy. en Asic- 
Mineure de W. J. Hamilton, 18:!")-:!". Daussy, 1 . 
Hist., etc., de Madagascar. Hellert, . Istbme de 
Panama. Santarem, M. F. de B. y S. Ouvrages de M. 
Lopes de Lima. Avezac-Macaya, M. A. I , le expe 
dition de Bethencourt anx Canaries. Maury, L. F. A. 
La route [suivi par] les Arabeset les Persaiis pour aller 
en Chine. Itier, J. I/arehipel des isles Solo; Voy. 
anx isles Philippines. - Hellert, . Un canal a travel s 
1 istbme de Dariun. Actes de la Soc. 

3e ser., v. 6. Mem., etc. Berthelot, S. L ile de 
Cuba a Fepoque de la decouverte. Cortambert, 1 . P. 
K. L orthographie geog. Monuments hist.du G-roen- 
Isind. Avezac-Macaya, L. F. A. La veritable situa 
tion du mouillage marque an snd du cap Bugeder dans 
toutes les cartes. Montemont, A. L Oregon et la 
Californie. Jomard, K. F. L etat present du Japon. 

Figari, A., and Husson, A. Suite d un voy. aGebel- 
Zeyt. La Roquette. . Notice sur M. Eyries. Jo 
mard, E. F. Travcrsee du desert de Xubie; Decou- 
vertes de M. Squier sur les bordsdu Scioto. Maclear, 
F. Un ace. meridien au cap de Bonne-Esperance. 
Saint-Martin, V. de. Travanx de la Soc. Lavallee, 
F. L origine des Antilles. Jomard, E. F. Les Bo- 
tecudos. Actes de la Soc. 

3e ser., v. 7. Mem., etc. Chaix, P. Les progres 
imprimea a la geog. anc. Desjardins, C. Voy. en 
Allemagne. Mas-Latrie, L. de. L ile de Chypro. 
Daussy, P. Configuration de 1 ile Tenerirt e. Borda, 
. Voy. aux Canaries, 1776. Santarem, M. F. de B. 
y S., vet. de. La vie et les travaux de M. daC. Barbosa. 

Jomard, E. F. Voy. de M. Prax dans la Sahara ; 
Mem. sur I uniformite a introduire dans les notations 
geog. Santarem, M. F. de B. y S., vcte. de. Monu 
ments geog. ined. du Moyen Age, etc. ; A quelle epoque 
I Amer. a cesse d etre representee comme une ile. 
Delegorgue, A. Mreurs des Cafres. Voy. dans la 
presqu ile du Sinai, 1845. par K. R. Lepsius ; 1837, par 
L. Cortambert. Actes de la Soc. 

4e ser., v. 5. M6ra.,c. Mathieu, C. Diseours. 
La Roquette, de. Travaux de la Soc., 1851. 
Malte-Brun, C. Progres des sci. geog., 1851. Cortam 
bert, P. F. E. Notice biog. sur M. le baron Walekenaer. 

Bellot, J. R. Exped. a la recherche de Sir J. Frank 
lin, 1851-52. Malte-Brun, M. V. A. La geog. phys. 
de 1 Abyssinie; Orographie et hydrographie. Cor 
tambert, P. F. E. Etymologic de quelques noms de 
France. Escayrac de Lauture, N., cte. d . Routes af- 
ricaines, etc. Damersay, A. La vie et les travaux de 
M. A. Bonpland. Reglement interieur, 1853. Saint 
Cricq, . Les Indieiis Llipsis et Changos. Coraboeuf, 
Col. M. Operations geod. fdes] ingenieurs geog. fr. a 
Rome, 1809-10. A n a 1 ., etc. Thomassy, St. It. Les 
papes geog. et la cartographic du Vatican. Poulain 
de Bossay, P. A. Sur 1 Histoire des grandesforetsde la 
Gaule et de 1 ancienne France, etc., par A. Maury. 
Malte-Brun, M. V. A. Les Savanerics; Geog. phys. 
de 1 ile Mayotte. Travaux de la Soc. Imp. Russe de 
Geog. Guigniaut, . Les fouilles de M. Beule & 
1 Acropole d Athene*. Malte-Brun, M. V. A. Tableau 
synoptlque de 1 etat actuel de I Amer. Cent. Poulain 
de Bossay, P. A. Deux cartes de la Palestine. Malte- 
Brun, M. V. A. L archipel Gambier. Not, H. Re- 
tour de Californie par Nicaragua. Travaux dela Soc. 
Imp. Russe de Geog. Exploration de I Afrique mend., 
par M. Gallon. C., K. Emplacement de Tomes. 
Bourville, V. de. Lettre. Coraboeuf, Col. M. Ope 
rations geodesiques. Etat de la Chine, 1853. 
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4e ser., v. 6. Mem., etc. Coraboeuf, Col. M. Ope 
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6e ser., v. 3. Mem., etc. Delesse, A. Les cotes de 
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Gamier, F. Nouvelles routes de commerce avec la 
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E. U. Cowles. Salem, 1837. 8. (B 1212) 

Park, Henry, M.D., and Moreau, P. J. Cases of 
the excision of carious joints ; by H. P. ; 
with obs., by J. Jeffray. Glasgow, 1806. 12. 

Park, J.ll. Inquiry into the laws of animal life. 

London, 1812. 8. 
- Pathology of fever. London, 1822. 8. 

Park, .Sz r James Allan. Memoirs of W. Stevens. 
London, 1812. 8. 

- Same. New ed. enl. London, 1859. 16. 

A system of the law on marine insurance. 3d 

Amer. ed. Boston, 1800. 8. 

Park, John. Address on the festival of St. John the Bap 
tist, June 24, 5803. Newburyport, 1803. 4. (A 6) 

Park, John, M.D. WILLIAMS, J. The Hamil- 
toniad. [Boston, 1804.] 8. (B 425) 
Note. To perpetuate the brutal infamy of P. 

Same. N. Y., 1865. 8. (Hamilton Club, 

no. 3.) 

Park, John Cochran. Address at the meeting of the de 
scendants of K. Haven, Aug. 1844. (In Adams, J. 
Genealogy of 11. Haven. 1843: 1849.) 

Same. Boston, 1844. 8. (B 1457, 1611) 

and other*. [Report on the school system of Boston.] 

n.t.p. [1836.] 8. (B1116) 
Park, Louisa Jane. See Hall, Mrs. L. J. 
Park, Mungo. Journal of a mission to the interior 

of Africa, 1805 ; prefixed, a life of Park. 2d 

ed. London, 1815. 4. 

- Travels in the interior of Africa, 1795-97, etc. 

New ed. Vol.1. London, 1816. 4". 

Same.. (In Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., v. 16. 1814.) 

French, extract. (In Montemont, A. Bibl., v. 25. 


Expedition to the Niger. (In Assoc. for Prom, the 

Disc, of the Interior Parts of Africa. Proc , 1810.) 

BROUGHAM, H. L. (In hi* Contrib., v. 3. 1856.) 

- LIFE and travels of P. N. Y., 1844. 16. 

(Harper s fani. lib., v. 105.) 

- LIFE of P. Edin., 1835. 12". 

ST. JOHN, J. A. (In his Lives of eel. trav., v. 3. 1847. 

Harper s fam. lib.) 

Park, Roswell. History and topography of West 
Point and the U. S. military academy. 
Phila., 1840. 18. 

Plan for the diffusion of human knowledge. (In 

Amer. Assoc. Proc., v. 2. 1850.) 

Religious education. (In Amer. Inst. of Instr. Lect.. 

Park, Thomas, d. 1835. Heliconia. London, 1815. 

3 v. 4. 

Con/enta. Vol. 1. Breton, N. Small handfull of 
fragrant flowers. Proctor, T. Gorgious gallery of 
gallant inventions. Breton, N. A floorish upon 
fancie. 2. Robinson, C. Handefull of pleasant de- 
lites. Whetstone, G. A mirror of treue honour, etc. 
S., R. Phoenix nest. Barnes, B. Divine centurie 
of spirituail sonnets. Constable, H. Spirituall son- 
nettes, to the honour of God, etc. Churchyard, T. 

A sad and solemne funerall of SirF.Knowles. Storer, 
T. Life and death of T. Wolsey. 3. Allott, R. 
England s Parnassus. Churchyard, T . Churchyard s 
good will; sad verses for losse of Abp. Whitgift. 

Catalogue of royal and noble authors continued by 

Park. See Walpole, H. 

Park family. WHITNEY, F. A. Genealogical notice. (In 
hist Christian mother. 1855. B 1211) 

Park Street Church. See Boston. Keel. Or<j. (p. 348). 

Parke, John. Answer to Duche s letter to Washington. 
(In Washington, G. Letters to friends. 1778. C 74) 

Parke, John G. Report of explorations of a rail 
way route between Dona Ana on the Rio 
Grande and Pimas villages on the Gila. 
[Washington, 1854.] 8" aw^Map. (Ho. doc. 

Same. With app. (In U.S. War Dep t. Report of 

explorations for a R. R. to the Pacific Ocean, v. 2. 
1855.) Report of explorations for K.It, routes 
from San Francisco Bay to Los Angeles, and from 
the Pimas villages to the Rio Grande near the 32d 
parallel, by P., assisted by A. H. Campbell. (In \. 7. 

Parker, A. A. Trip to the West and Texas. Con 
cord, 1836. 18. 

Parker, A. Borland. Sermon; those who are justified by 
faith are heirs of life. (In Free church pulpit. 1853.) 

Parker, A. M. Arithmetic and algebra. (In Soc. Diff. 
Usef. Kn. Libr. U. K. Math., v. 1. 1836.) 

Parker, Abel. MOORE, J. B. Memoir. (In New Hamp. 
Hist. Soc. Col., v. 3. 1832.) 

Parker, Amasa J., LL.D. Address before the graduating 
class of Albany Med. Soc., Jan. 21. Albany, 1851. 
8. (B 1559) 

Speech. (In Litchfield County. Cent, celebration. 


Speech at the Cooper Inst. (hi Hand-book of the de 

mocracy. 1864.) 

Parker, Arthur Cortlandt. PARKER, W. W. (In Higgin- 
son, T. W. Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 

Parker, B. C. C. Sermon; the sufficiency of the gospel. 
(In Protestant Episc. pulpit, v. 1. 1831.) 

Parker, Benjamin. The excellent spirit described and rec 
ommended; sermon, Ilaverhill, Feb. 20, 1774, after 
the funeral of E. Parker. Salem, 1774. 8. (B 17) 

Parker, Charles, F. I. B. A. Villa rustiea; buildings and 
scenes in the vicinity of Rome and Florence. 2d ed. 
London, 1848. 4. (E 37) 

Parker, Charles Stuart. On the history of classical educa 
tion. (In Farrar, F. W. Essays on a liberal edu 
cation. 1868.) 

Popular education. (In Questions for a reformed 

Parliament. 1867.) 
Parker, D. G. Compilation of startling facts ; or, 

Romanism against Republicanism. Chicago, 

1856. 12. 
Parker, Daniel. Discourse, Canaan, Mar. 23. Hartford, 

1815. 8. (B 994) 

Discourse before the Literary School, Sharon, Sept. 6. 

Hartford, 1815. 8. (B327) 

Foreign grain for seed. (In Phil. Agric. Soc. Mem., 

v. 2. 1811.) 

Parker, David. Dying in the Lord: sermon, death of M. 
Tillotson. n.p., [1823]. 8. (B 1226) 

Parker, Edward Griffin. Golden age of Amer. ora 
tory. Boston, 1857. 12. 

Reminiscences of R. Choate. New York, 

1860. 12". 
Parker, Edward H. The essential dignity of the profession 

of medicine; animal address before the Med. Soc. 

of the State of N. Y., Feb. 6. Poughkeepsie, 1862. 

8. (B 1559) 

Parker, Edward Lutwvche. History of London 
derry, N. H. Boston, 1851. 12". 
Parker, Foxhall Alexander. Report. (In Gilmore, Q. A. 

Engineer operations against Charleston. 1865.) 
Parker, Freeman. Address, Wiscasset, June 24, 5813. Hal- 

lowell, 1813. 8. (B 962) 
Parker, G. Ephemeris; or, Diary, 1737,40-49. London, 

1737-49. 11 v. 8. (E 72) 
Parker, Geo., r*. M Dougall, A. An action for crim. con. 

2d ed. N. Y., 1808. 8. (B 408) 
Parker, Georgv P. [CATALOGUE of the library of P., 

sold March 1859; with ms. prices.] n.t.p. 

[N. Y., 1859.] 
3r, H. G. Biograpl 

Parker, "H. G. Biography of E.H. R. Revere. (In Higgin- 
Bon, T. W. Harvard memorial biog., v. 1. 18bb.) 




Parker, Hon. Isnnc. Address to the bar of Suffolk on S. 
Howe. Boston, 1828. 8. (B 1222) 

Letter on giving jurisdiction in equity to tlic Supreme 

Judic. Court. [Boston, 1827.] 8. (B1792) 

Oriition. Portland, Feb. 22. (In Washington, G. 

Eulogies. 18UO.) 

Sketeli of the character of T. Parsons; address to the 

jury. Boston, 1813. 8". (B 570, 1222) 
COOKK, P. Reply to [I. P. s] letter in the Chr. exam 
iner. Boston, 1829. 12, (C 150, D 63) 

Funeral Btrmon on. IS. SO. See Palfrey, J. G. (B960, 

1650, 1780, 1793, 1797) 

Parker, AYtf. Isaiah. The Him! state of the human kind 
considered; two disc. Harvard, 1804. 12. (C 209) 

Parker, James. Letter to the Governor and Council relative 
to the Indians, 1676-77. (In New Hamp. Hist. 
Soc. Col., v. 3. 18: ,2.) 

Parker, James, />. 1776. Brief history of the boundary dis 
putes between N. Y. and X. J. (In New Jersey 
Hist. Soc. Proc., v. 8. 1856-59.) 

Parker, Jeroboam. Sermon. Southborough. Pec. 17, 1806, 
dedication of a new meeting-house. Boston, 1807. 
8. (B 1309) 

Parker, Jesse. Sermon, doctrine of the trinity; Peter 
borough, Mar. 30. Amherst, 1823. 8. (B1238) 

Parker, Joel, h. 1795, d. 1875. Address before the 
Assoc. for the Promotion of Temperance, 1S29. 
Keene, X. H., 1S30. 1-2. (C 204) 

Charge to the grand jury, upon the uncertainty of 

ttie law, etc., 1841-42. Concord, 1842. 8". (B 1435) 

Charge, upon the importance of maintaining the 

supremacy of the laws; with a sketch of the char, 
acter of W. 31. Richardson. Concord, 1838. 8. 
(B 1756) 

Daniel Webster as n jurist; address, Law School, 

Cambridge. Camb., 1853. 8. (B 1727) 

The first charter and the early religions legislation of 

Mass. (In Mass. Hist. Soc. Lectures, 1869.) 
- Habeas corpus and martial law ; review of the 
opinion of Taney in the case of J. Merry- 
man. Camb.. 1861. 8". 

Xamt. 2d ed. Philn., 186:2. S. (B 1724) 

The Law School of Harv. Coll. N. Y., 1871. 8. (H 4) 

Paper on the origin, organization, and influence of the 

towns of New England. (In Mass. Hist. Soc. 
Proc. ,1806-67.) 

Report of the trial of D. H. Corey, for the murder of 

Mrs. M. Nash. Newport. 1830. 8. (B 1444) 

Revolution and reconstruction. N. Y., 186o. 8". (H 4) 

BACON, L. Answer to the letters of J.Parker, 

in the Bost. Post. From the New Englander, 
Apr. n.p., 1863. 8. 

Parker, Joel, Gov. of A . ./. Speech, Freehold. N. J., Aug. 
20.1864. (In Handbook of the democracy. 1864.) 

Parker, John. Literature of the working classes. (In 
Talbot, C. J., Vif. Inr/extre. Meliora, ser.2. 1853.) 

Parker, John A.,**. Winnipiseogea Lake Cotton and 
Woolen Manufac. Co. HACKETT. W. II. Y. Argu 
ment. Portsmouth, 1859. 8". (B 1436) 

Parker, John A. Polar magnetism. ( In Amer. Geog. and 
Statist. Soc. Journ., v. 2, pt. 2. .1870.) 

Parker, John Henry. Different modes of con 
struction employed in antient Roman build 
ings and the periods when each was first in 
troduced ; lecture. Koine, 1868. 8. 

Glossary of terms used in heraldry. London, 


Introduction to the study of Gothic architec 

ture. Oxford, 1849. 16. 

Same. 2d ed. Oxford, London, 1861. 8". 

Same. 3d ed. Oxford, London, 1867. 16. 

Some account of domestic architecture in Eng., 

Edward i.- Richard n. Oxford, London, 
1853. 8. 

- Same. Richard n. - Henry vm. Oxford, 
London, 1859. 2 v. 8. 

jfutf. These works are in continuation of Tur 
ner s Domestic architecture . 
Parker, John P. [SKETCH of P.] (In Hawaiian Club. 

Papers. 1868.) 
Parker, John R. Musical biography. Bost.,1825. 8. 

The new semaphoric signal-book. Boston, 

1836. 8. 

The United States telegraph vocabulary ; added, 

Boston harbor signal book. Boston, 1832. 8. 
283. (21. 2. 79.) 

Parker, Joseph, D.D. Ad clerum ; advice to a 
young preacher. Boston, 1871. 16. 

- Ecoe Deus ; essays on the life and doctrine of 

Christ, with notes on Ecce homo. Boston, 
1867. 12". 

Parker, Langston. Modern treatment of syphilitic 
diseases. Phila., 1840. 8. 

- The stomach in its morbid states. Phila. 

1839. 8". 

Parker, Leonard M. Oration, Chnrlestown, July 4, by re 
quest of republican citizen*. Boston, 1816. 8". (B 

Lt NT, G. Speech on the amendment offered by P. to 

the Lowell U.K. bill, Feb. 18. Boston, 1836. 8 (B 

Parker, M. F. Sermon; God s dwelling with the humble 
and contrite the source of their revival. (In Free 
Church pulpit. 1853.) 

Parker, Mathew, Arcltbp. of Canterbury. Corre 
spondence, 1535-75 ; ed. by J. Bruce and T. 
T.Perowne. Camb., 1853. 8". (Parker Soc.) 

Copy of the inventory of Archbishop Parker s goods 

at the time of his death. (In Archaeologia, v. 30. 

Coneio in funere Buceri habita. (In Hubert, C. 

Hirttorin. 1562.) 

STUYPE, J. Life and acts of P. Oxford, 1821. 

3 v. 8". 

Parker, Moses, ami ntlierx. TRIAL for the murder of D. R. 
Lambert, N. Y., [1825] . 8. (B 1444) 

Parker, Nathan, D.I). Address, May 23, to teach 
ers of the So ith Parish Sunday School. Ports- 
month, 18-20. 12 . (C 234, 274) 

Goodne.- of God leadcth to repentance. (In Liberal 

preacher, v. 2. 1829.) Christianity a message of 
ini-rcy. (hi n.s., v. 4. 1834.) 

Sermons ; with a mem. by H. Ware. Ports 

mouth, Boston. 1835. 8". 

COUES, S. E. Memoir of P. (In New Hampshire 

Hist. Soc. Col., v. 4. 1845; alto B 1495) 

WARE, II., Jr. Memoir of N. P. (In his Works, 

v. 2. 1846.) 

Parker, Nathan II. The Iowa handbook for 1857. 
Boston, 1857. 12". 

Missouri as it is in 1867. Phila., 1867. 8. 
Parker, Ilrv. Peter. Statements respecting hospitals in 

China. London, 1841. 8". (B 1559) 

Parker, Richard Green. The Boston school com 
pendium of natural and experimental phi 
losophy. Boston, 1837. 12". 

Progressive exercises in Eng. composition. 3d 

ed. Boston, 1833. 12". 

Progressive exercises in rhetorical reading. 

Boston, 1835. 12". 

Teaching composition in schools. (In Amer. Inst. 

Instr. Led., 1837.) Teaching of Eng. grammar. 
(In 1838.) 

Tribute to the life and character of J. Chick - 

ering. Boston, 1854. 12". 

and Fox, C. Progressive exercises in Eng. 

grammar. 9th ed. Boston, 1842. 12". 
Parker," S. D. Report of arguments at the trial of A. 
Kneeland for blasphemy, Boston, Jan. and May. 
[Boston,] 1834. S". (B 1165, 1721, 1809) 
Parker, Samuel, Dp. of Oxford, b. 1640, d. 1689. 
Demonstration of the divine authority of the 
law of nature and the Christian religion. 
London, 1681. 4". 

A discourse of ecclesiastical politic. London, 

1670. 8". 

MAHVELL, A. The rehearsal transposed ; or, 

animadversions upon [Parker s] -Preface 
shewing what grounds there are of feiirs and 
jealousies of Popery . London, 1672. 8. 

Parker, Samuel, gentleman. Sylva ; familiar letters 
upon occasional subjects. London, 1701. 8. 

Parker, Samuel, of Boston, Up., b. 1777, ,1. 1S04. Charity 
to children enforced ; disc, before the Boston fcemale 
Asylum, Sept. 23. Boston, 1803. 8. (B 325) 




Sermon, May 20, general election. Boston, 1793. 8". 

(B 176, 179, 187, 868) 

GARDINER, J. 8. J. Sermon. Dec. 9, death of S. 

Parker. Boston, 1804. 8". (B 314, 424) 
Parker, Samuel. A.M. Exploring tour beyond the 
Rocky Mts., under the direction of the Y. 
M. C. F. M., in 1835-37. Ithaca, N. Y., 
1838. 12. 
Parker, Samuel J. Description of a. new species of helix. 

(In Amer. Assoc. Proo., v. 4. 1851.) 
Parker, Sidney, funeral sermon on. 1815. See Brown, C. 

(B 306) 
Parker, Stillrnan 8. TJ.., Funeral sermon on. See Chandler, 

8. (B 1222) 
Parker, Theodore. Critical and miscel. writings. 

Boston, 1843. 12. 

Content*. A lesson for the day. German literature, j 
Life of St. Bernard of Clairvaux. Truth against 
the world. Thoughts on labor. Transient and per 
manent in Christianity. Pharisees. Education of 
the laboring class. How to move the world. Primi 
tive Christianity. Strauss s Life of Jesus. Thoughts 
on theology. 

A humble bee s thoughts on the plan and purpose of 

creation. (In Album von Combe- Varin. Zur 
Erinnerung. 1847.) 

The chief sins of the people: sermon, fast day, Apr. 

10. Boston, 1851. 8". (B 1968) 

Discourse, death of D. Webster, Oct. 31, 1852. Bos 

ton, 1853. 8". (B 1728) 

Discourse, death of J. Q. Adams. Boston, 1848. 8. 

(B 1206, 1207) 

Discourse on matters pertaining to religion. 

3d ed. Boston, 1847. 12. 

Discourse on the transient and permanent in Christ 

ianity, ordin. of C. C. Shnekford, May 19. Boston, 
1841. 8. (B 1778, 1821, 1878) 

Discourse, ordin. of M. G. Kimhall, Barre, June 13. 

Boston, 1855. 8. (B 1321) 

Effect of slavery on the American people; sermon, 

July 4. Boston. 1858. 8. (B 1968) 

The excellence of goodness; sermon, Jan. 26. Bos 

ton, 1845. 8". (B 1968) 

False and true revival of religion; sermon, Apr. 4. 

Boston, 1858. 8. (B 1968) 

Four sermons. (In Progressive Friends of Penn. 

Yearly Vetting. Proc., 1858. B 1968) 

Fragments tr. : Ce qui passe et cc qui demeurc dans le 

christiantsme, etc. (In. Beville, A. T. Parker. 1865.) 

Historic Americans. Boston, 1870. 8. 

Contents. Benjamin Franklin. George Wash 
ington. John Adams. Thomas Jefferson. 

The idea of a Christian church; discourse at the in 

stallation of T. Parker, by himself, Jan. 4. Bos 
ton, 1846. 8. (B1321) 

John Brown s exped. reviewed; letter to F. Jackson. 

Boston, 1860. 12. (C 263) 

Lessons from the world of matter and the 

world of man ; selected from notes of uiipub. 
sermons, by II. Leighton ; ed. by F. P. Cobbe. 
London, 1865. 8. 

Letter to the people of the U. S. touching 

slavery. Boston, 1848. 12. 

The Nebraska question ; some thoughts on the new 

assault upon freedom in America, and the state of 
the country in relation thereunto; disc., Feb. Bos 
ton, 1854. 8. (B 1968) 

A picture of the war. (hi Boston hook. 4th col. 1851.) 

Present aspect of slavery in America, etc. ; speech be 

fore the Mass. Anti-Slavery Convention, Jan. 29. 
Boston, 1858. 8. (B 1968) 

The previous question between A. Norton and his 

alumni, by L. Blodgett [pseud.]. Boston, 1840. 8. 
(B 1162) 

Public education of the people; oration before the 

Onondaga Teacher s Inst., Syracuse, Oct. 4, 1849. 
Boston, 1850. 8. (B 1585) 

The relation of Jesus to his age and the ages ; sermon, 

Dec. 26. Boston, 1845. 8 U . (B 1968) 

The relation of slavery to a republican form of gov 

ernment; speech at the New England Anti-Slavery 
Convention, May 26. Boston, 1858. 8. (B 1968) 

Review of Webster; speech in the old Cradle of Li 

berty, Mar. 25. Boston, 1850. 8. (B 1968) 

The revival of religion which we need ; sermon, Apr. 11. 

Boston, 1858. 8". (B 1968) 

Sermon of immortal life, Sept. 20, 1846. 2d ed. Bos 

ton, 1850. 8. (B 1968) 

- Sermon of merchants, Nov. 22, 1S46. Boston, 1847. 8. 

(B 1968) 

- Sermon of slavery, Jan. 31, 1841; repeated June 4. 

Boston, 1843. 12. (C 199) 

- Sermon of the consequences of an immoral principle 

and false idea of life, Nov. 26, 1854. Boston, 1855. 
8". (B 1968) 

- Sermon of tl.e Mexican war, June 25. Boston, 1848. 

8 C . (B 1968) 

- Sermon of the perishing classes in Boston, Aug. 30, 

1846. 2d ed. Boston, 1847. 8. (B 1968) 

- A sermon of war, June 7. Boston, 1846. 8. (B 1968) 

- Sermon on false ami true theology. Feb. 14. Boston, 

1858. 8. (B 1968) 

- Sermon, public function of woman. (In Woman s 

rights tracts. 1846.) 

- Sermons of theism, atheism, and poptilar theol 

ogy. Boston, 1853. 12". 

- Some thoughts on the most Christian use of the Sun 

day; sermon, Jan. 30. Boston, 1848. 8. (B 1968) 

- Speeches, addresses, and occasional sermons. 

Vol. 2. Boston, 1852. 12. 

Conttnts. Political destination of America, and the 
signs of the times. Disc., death of J. Q. Adams. 
Speech, meeting of the Amer. Anti-Slavery Soc. [on 
the] abolition of slavery by the French Repub. 
Speech, Faneuil Hall, before the N. E. Anti-Slavery 
Convention. Thoughts on the Free Soil Party, and the 
election of Gen. Taylor. Speech [on] the speech of 
Mr. Webster. -- Speech, Anti-Slavery Convention, 
May 29, 1850. Disc., death of Pros. Taylor. Function 
and place of conscience in relation to the laws of men. 
State of the nation ; a sermon, thanksgiving day. Chief 
sins of the people. Three chief safeguards of society. 

Position and duties of the Amer. scholar. 

- Speeches, additional addresses, and sermons. 

Boston, 1855. 2 v. 12. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Speech at the ministerial confer 
ence, Boston, May 29, 1851. Boston kidnapping; disc, 
to commemorate the rendition of T. Sims, April 12, 
1852. Aspect of freedom in America; speech at the 
Mass. Anti-slavery celebration, Abington. July 5, 1852. 

Discourse, death of D. Webster, Oct. 31, 1852. The 
Nebraska question ; thoughts on the assault upon free 
dom in America, and the general state of the country in 
rel. thereunto. Address on the condition of America, 
before the N. Y. Anti-slavery Soc. at the Broadway 
Tabernacle, May 12, 1854. 2. "Thoughts on the progress 
of America, and the influence of her diverse institutions; 
address for the Anti-Slavery Convention, Boston. May 31, 
1854. The new crime against humanity; sermon, 
June 4, 1854. The law of God and the statutes of 
men; sermon, June 18,1854. Sermon of the dangers 
which threaten the rights of man in America, J uly 2, 1854. 

Account of my ministry ; sermons before the 28th 
Congregational Soc., Nov. 14, 21, 1852. Sermon of the 
public function of women, March 27, 1853. Sermon of 
old age, Jan. 29, 1854. 

- The state of the nation considered in a sermon for 

Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, 1850. Boston, 1851. 8 
(B 1968) 

- Ten sermons of religion. 2d ed. N. Y., Bos 

ton, 1864. 12. 

Content*. Piety, and the relation thereof to manly 
life. Truth and the intellect. Justice and the con 
science. Love and the affections. Conscious religion 
and the soul. Culture of the religious powers. Con 
scious religion as a source of strength. Conscious 
religion as a source of joy. Conventional and natural 
sacraments. Communion with God. 

- The three chief safeguards of society ; sermon, July 6. 

Boston, 1851. 8. (B 1968) 

- Two semions before the 28th Congregational Soc. in 

Boston, 14th, 21st of Nov. 1852; on leaving their old 
and entering a new place of worship. Boston, 1853. 
8. (B 1968) 

- DF.SOK, E. Esquissc de la vie de T. Parker. (In 

Album von Combe- Varin. Erinnerung. 1847.) 

FCKNESS, W. II. The exclusive principle considered ; 

two sermons on Christian union and the truth of 
the gospels. Boston, 1845. 8. (B 1291) 

- GANNETT, E. S. Mr. Parker and his views; an article 

from the Christian examiner for March. Boston, 
1845. S". (B1356) 

JUNILS Amtrn-antts. Review of I . s Discourse on the 

death of Webster. Boston, 1853. 8". (B 1729) 

- MARTJNEAI:, J. Theodore Parker s Discourse of re 

ligion. (In his Misc. 1852.) 

QUESTIONS addressed to P. and his friends. Boston, 

1845. 16". (B 1968) 




- UEVILLE, A. Theodore Parker sa vie et ses 

oeuvres. Paris, 1865. 12. 
Un reformateur amer. (In Revue cl. D. Mondes, 

oct. 1861.) 
SAIUJENT, J. T. T. Parker, the reform pulpit, and 

the influences that oppose it; sermon. Boston, 

1862. 8. (B 1301) 
True position of I .; a review of II. C. Waterston s 

letter. Boston, 1845. 8. (B 1963) 

- THEODORE Parker s experience as a minister, 

his early life, etc. Boston, 18.59. 12. 

- TRIAL of T. Parker, Apr. 1855, with the de 

fence. Boston, 1855. 8. 

- WEISS, J. Life and correspondence of P. Lon 

don, 186,3. 2 v. 8. 

Same. Amer. cd. X. Y., 1864. 2 v. 8. 

Parker, Theodore D. See Wildes, G., et al. vs. Parker. 

(B 1440) 
Parker, Win., of Plymouth. Account of the taking of St. 

Vincent and Puerto Bello. (In Harris, J. Col. of 

voy., v. 1. 1705.) 

- Voyage to Margarita, Jamaica. Truxilio, etc., 1596-97. 

(In. Hakluyt, It. Col. of voy., v. 4. 1811.) 
Parker, Win., />./>. Sermon. Feb. 23, fast. London, 1794. 
4. (B 1258) 

True Intention of academlck education; sermon Jiefore 

the Univ. of Oxford, July 13. Oxford, 1755. 8". 
(B 1265) 

Parker, Win. II. Instruction for naval light artil 
lery ; 2cl ed. rev. by S. B. Luce. N. Y., 
1862. 8 U . 

Parker, Win. Thornton. BIOG. notice of P. (In Mass. 
Mei. S->c. Med. comm., v. 9. 1860. ) 

Parker, Win. W. Biography of A. C. Parker. (In Hig- 
ginscm, T. W. Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 

Parker Society. [Publications.] Camb., 1841-55. 

46 v. 8 and 16. 

Kinneli/. 1841. Ridley, N. Work?; ed. by H. 
Christmas. Sandys, E. Sermons; ed. by J. Ay re. 
1842. Hutchinson, 11. Works; ed. by J. Bruce. 
Philpot, J. Examinations and writing*; ed. by R. 
EJen. Pilkington, J. Works; ed. by J. ScholL-neld. 
The Zarica letters; ed. by H. Robinson. 1843. 
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Parkes, Joseph. History of the Court of Chancery. 
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and Merivale, H. Memoirs of Sir Philip 

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Parkes, Josiah. Evaporation of water from steam boilers. 
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Parkes, S lladden. Flower shows for the poor of London. 
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Parkes, Samuel. Chemical catechism, for the use 
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- Same. 10th ed. London, 1822. 8. 

- Same. 12th ed. London, 1826. 8. 

Chemical essays. 2d ed. Lond., 1823. 2 v. 8. 

Letter to farmers [on] the advantages of salt. Phila., 

1819. 8. (W9) 
- Rudiments of chemistry. London, 1820. 18. 

- Same. From the 3d Lond. ed. with notes by 

J. Kenwick. N. Y., 1824. 12. 

Parkes-Belloc, Bessie. See. Belloc. 

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Parkin, John. Causation and prevention of dis 
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Parkins, SirWm. ARRAIGNMENT, tryal, and condemna 
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Parkinson, Daniel M. Pioneer life in Wisconsin. (In 
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Parkinson, Henry- Illustrated record. lS<-e Dablin Inter 
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Parkinson, James. Introduction to the study of 
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Essay on the shaking palsy. London, 1817. 8". (B827) 

Examination of Sherlock s Case of allegiance due to 

sovereign powers*. London, 16J1. 4. (B 7) 

Medical admonitions to families. 4th ed. Lon 

don, 1801. 8. 

Same. Portsmouth, 1803. 8. 

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on nodes of the joints, etc. Lond., 1805. 8. 

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1804. 2 v. 4. 

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nature and cure of gout. Taunton, 1807. 8. (B 818) 

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of Sherlock s Case of allegiance ", etc. London, 
1691. 4. (B7) 

Parkinson, John. Paradisi in sole Paradisus ter- 
restris ; garden of flowers, kitchen garden, 
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Theatrum botanicum ; the theater of plants ; an 

herball of large extent. London, 1640. f. 
Parkinson, Peter. Strictures upon Gov. Ford s history of 

the Black Hawk war. (In Wisconsin State Hist. 

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Parkinson, R. Memorial of the city of Lafayette, La., [to 

Congress], n.t.p. [Wash., 1846 ] 8. (B 1596) 
Parkinson, Richard. The experienced farmer. 

London, 1798. 2 v. 8. 

Practical observations on gypsum as a manure. Lon 

don, 1808. 12. (C 116) 

- Tour in America, 1798-1800; with account of 
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Parkinson, Sydney. Voyage to the South Seas. 
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Parkinson, Wm. Jubilee; sermon cont. a hist, of the 
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SAMPSON. W. Trial for assault and battery upon 

Mrs. E. Wintringhara. N. Y., 1811. 8. (B 439) 




Parkinson & Frodsham. Brief account of the 
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Parkman, Ebenezev. Account of Westhorough, Mass., 
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The love of Christ constraining UK; sermon before the 

ministers of M;iss.-B;iy at their convention, May 28. 
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Parkman, Francis, D.D., b. 1788, d. 1852. Christ 
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Discourse, May 3, death of J. T. Kirkland. Boston, 

1840. 8". (B ll63, 1649, 1822) 

Enquiring of the fathers, or seeking wisdom from the 

past: discourse in the New North Church, Dec. 9, 
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n.s., v. 3. 1833. B 1326) 

Formation and progress of the Christian character; 

sermon. (In Beard, J. II. Sermons. 1832.) 

Offering of sympathy. Boston, 1833. 18. 

Providence of God displayed in the revolutions of the 

world; sermon, Sept. 19. Boston, 1830. 8. (B 956, 

Sermon, Boston, resigning his pastoral charge, Jan. 28. 

Boston, 1849. 8. (B 1299, 1738) 

Sermon, interment of J. Lathrop. Boston, 1816. 8. 

(B 327) 

Sermon, ordination of A. Smith, Dec. 7, 1S42, Boston. 

Boston, 1843. 8. (B 183, 1321, 1649, 1737, 1738) 

Spirit of the Christian ministry; a sermon, ordin. of 

J. Parkman. Greenfield, Oct. 11. Boston, 1837. 8". 
(B 1126, 1696, 1738) 

Sufficiency of the gospel; sermon. (In Liberal 

preacher, v. 2. 1829.) 

Survey of God s providence in the establishment of 

the churches of \ew Kng. ; sermon, Nov. 27. Bos 
ton, 1814. 8. (B 275, 327) 
Parkman, Francis. Jr., b. 1823. The book of roses. 

Boston, 1866. 8. 
- California and Oregon trail. N. Y., 1849. 12. 

The chase. (In Boston book, 4th col. 1851.) 

France and England in North Amer. Boston, 

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Content*. Vol. 1. Pioneers of France in the new 
world. 2. The Jesuits in North America. 3. The 
discovery of the great west. 4. The old regime in 
Canada. 5. Count Frontenac and New France under 
Louis xiv. 

History of the conspiracy of Pontiac. Bos 

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Same. 6th ed., with add. Bost., 1870. 2 v. 8. 

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Vassall Morton; a novel. Boston, 1856. 8. 

Various articles.] (In Christian examin. ; and in 

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Parkman, George, M.D. Management of lunatics, with 
Illustrations of insanity. Boston, 1817. 12. (B 657) 

Proposals for establishing a retreat for the insane. 

Boston, 1814. 8. (B 657, 833) 

AWFUL disclosures and startling developments in rela 

tion to the late 1 arkman tragedy, .., 1849. 8. 

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HOLMES, O. W. Biog. sketch of G. Parkman. (In 

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Parkman, John. Old age what we make it; sermon, 
death of W. Hale. Boston, 1848. 8. (B 1218, 1737) 

Parkman, Samuel, M.D. Present tendency of investiga 
tion in medicine; address before Suffolk District 
Med. Soc. Boston, 1851. 8. (B 1559) 

Relations of the medical witness with the law and 

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BIOG. notices of P. (In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. 

comm., v. 9. I860.) 
Parkman, Mrs. Sarah (Ilogers), wife, of Samuel. SOME 

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Parks, Gorham. Power of consuls to remove merchant 

captains; conduct of G. Parks. N. Y., 1850. 8 

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Parks, John, of Dover, Del. Original poems. (In Hora- 

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Parks. LEFEVHE, A. Les pares et les jardins. 

Paris, 1867. 16. (Bihlioth. des mer.) 

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Parkyns, G. J. Monastic and baronial remains in 

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Parkyns, Mansfield. Life in Abyssinia. London, 

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Parr, Elnathan. \Vorkes. 3d ed. Lond., 1633. f. 

Content*. Doctrines handled in the Epistles to the 

Romans. Grounds of divinity. 5th ed. 1832. 

Abba Father; direction cone, private prayer. 4th ed. 


Note. The Grounds and Abba Father have 
separate titlepages and paging. 

Parr, Harriet (pseud. Holme Lee). Against wind 
and tide. New ed. London, 1869. 16". 

- Basil Godfrey s caprice. Lond., 1868. 3 v. 8. 

- Contrast ; or, The schoolfellows. London, 

1868. 16. 

- For richer, for poorer. London, 1870. 3 v. 8. 

- In the silver age ; essays. Lond., 1864. 2 v. 8. 

- Kathie Brande. N. Y", 1857. 12". 

- Life and death of Jeanne d Arc. London, 

1866. 2 v. 8. 

- Maude Talbot. London, 1854. 3 v. 8. 

- Mr. Wynward s ward. London, 1867. 2 v. 8. 

- Sylvan Holt s daughter. Lond., 1858. 3 v. 12. 
Parr, katherine. STRICKLAND, A. Life of P. (In her 

Queens of Kng., v. 5. 1842.) 

Parr, Louisa. The Blue Bell of Red-Neap. N.Y., 
1871. 12. 

- Dorothy Fox. Phila., 1871. 8. 

Same. (In Good words, v. 11. 1870; and in Lit- 

tell s living age, v. 104-100. 1870.) 

- How it all happened. Phila., 1871. 16. 

John Thompson, blockhead. Phila., 1872 

[1871]. 16. 
Parr, Samuel. Works. London, 1828. 8 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Memoirs; by J. Johnstone. 2. 
Two sermons, preached at Norwich. Discourse on 
education. Discourse on the late fast, 1791. Spital 
sermon, preached at Christ Church. Notes on the 
Spital sermon. Sermon preached at Hatton. 3. 
Notice of Dr. Combe s Horace. Prefatio ad Bellendeni 
libros. Miscellaneous remarks on politics, jurispru 
dence, morals, etc. Letter from Irenopolis to the 
inhabitants of Eleutheropolis. Warburtonian tracts. 

Letter to Dr. Miller. Extracts from a pamphlet in 
answer to Dr. Combe s statement resp. his variorum 
Horace. Notes on Rapin s dissertation on Whigs and 
Tories. 4. ( haracter of C. J. Vox. Notes. A pp. to 
notes. Note upon Fox s History of the early part of 
the reign of James II. Inscriptions [Latin]. Inscrip 
tions [English]. Illustrations of the inscriptions. 5, 6. 
Sermons. 7. App. List of correspondents. Cor 
respondence with Dr. Parr. 8. Correspondence with 
P. Plan of teaching. Correspondence on toleration. 

Catholic question. Correspondence illust. of the 
inscriptions in v. 4. 

Characters of the late J. Fox, selected and in 

part written by Philopatris Varviccnsis. 
London, 1809. 2 v. 8. 

Discourse, fast [day], by Phileleutherus Xorfolcicnsis. 

London, 1781. 4. (B 1258) 

Sequel to paper circulated by C.Curtis. Lon 

don, 1792. 8. 

Sermon, fast day, Oct. 19, 1803. 2d ed. London, 

[1804]. 4. (B1258) 

A spital sermon preached at Christ Church, 

Apr. 15, 1800; with notes. Lond., 1801. 4". 

Tracts, by Warburton and a Warburtonian, 

not admitted into the collections of their re- 

pective works. London, 1789. 8. 

Contents. Warburton, W., Up. Miscellaneous 

trans, in prose and verse. A critical and philosophical 

enquiry into the causes of prodigies and miracles, as 

related by historians. Parr, S. Dedication of two 




tracts of a Warburtonian ; Prcf. to the two tracts of a 
Wnrburtonlan. Testimonia auctorum. Kurd, H., 
Sp. On tho delicacy of friendship, a seventh disserta 
tion, addressed to the author of the sixth ; A letter to 
the Rev. T. Lcland, in which his late dissertation on the 
principles of human eloquence is criticized. 

BARKER, E. H. Parriana ; or, Notices of P. 

London, 1828-29. 2 v. 8. 

BIBLIOTHECA Paniana; a catalogue of the li 

brary of P. London, 1827. 8. 

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CUMBERLAND, R. Curtius rescued from the 

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DE QUINCEV, T. (In his Essays on philosophical 

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FIELD, W. Memoirs of P., with notices of 

contemporaries, etc. London, 1828. 2 v. 8. 

GODWIN, W. lleply to attacks of P., and 

others. London, "l 801. 8. 
Parr, Thomas. HARVEY, W. Anatomical exam, of the 

body of V. who died at the age of 152 years. (In 

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Parra, Pietro. AMATO, G-. d . (Inhis Panteon, v. 2. 1851.) 
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Parras, Pedro Joseph. Gobierno de Ips regulares 

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FOWLER, S. Account of the life of P., and of his con 

nection with the witchcraft delusion of 16U2. Salem, 
1857. 8. (B 1459, 1549) 

Parrish, Isaac. Annual report on surgery, before the Coll. 
of Physicians [of Phila. : Etherization]. n.t.p. 
[1847.] 8. (B 1567) 

Parrish, John. Remarks on the slavery of the black peo 
ple; addressed to the citizens of the U. S. Phila., 
1806. 8. (B428, W 8) 

Parrish, Joseph. Diss. on the influence of the passions 
upon the body in the production and cure of dis 
eases. Phila., 1805. 8. (B 1559) 

Memoir of 1 . WOOD, G. B. (In his Introd. lect. 

Parrish, .)/).. Lydia G. BROCKETT, L. P. (In his Woman s 

work in the civil war. 1867.) 
Parish, Robert A., Jr. Details of an unpaid claim 

on France for 24,000,000 francs, guaranteed 

by the parole of Napoleon in. Phila., 1869. 

Parrot, Friedrich. Journey to Ararat; tr. by W. 

D. Cooley. London", 1845. 8. 

Parrots. SELBY, P. J. Natural hist, of parrots. (In 
Jardine, Sir W. Naturalist s lib. Orn., v. 6. 1836.) 

Parry, C. O. Geological reports. (In Emory, W. H. Re 
port on the U. 8. and Mexican boundary, v. 1. 1848.) 
Introduction to botany of the boundary. (In 
\. 2, pt, 1. 1859.) 

The Rocky Mountain Alpine region. (In Amer. Assoc. 

Proc , v. 18. 1869.) 

Parry, Caleb Hillier. Cases of tetanus and rabies 
contagiosa. Bath, 1814. 8. 

Collections from the unpublished medical writ 

ings of P. London, 1825. 2 v. 8. 

Collections from the unpublished writings of 

P., [with introd. essays by C. H. Parry]. 
London, 1825. 8". 

Elements of pathology and therapeutics. Vol. 

1. London, 1815. 8. 

- Experimental inquiry on arterial pulse, and 
arteries of animals of warm blood. London, 
1816. 8. 

Parry, Charles Henry. Additional experiments on 
the arteries of warm-blooded animals. Lon 
don, 1819. 8. 

Parry, Rev. Edward. Memoirs of Sir W. E. Parry. 

London, 1857. 12". 

Parry, John Humphreys. The Cambrian Plutarch ; 
memoirs of some of the most eminent Welsh 
men. London, 1834. 8. 

Contents. Arthur. Aneurin. Taliesin. Lly- 
warch Hen. St. David. Asser Menevensis. Hywel 
Dda. Rhys ab Tewdwr. Owain Gwynedd. Gi- 
raldus Oambrensis. Llywelyn ab Gruftydd. I)a- 
vydd ab Gwilym. Owain Glyndwr. Sir Rhys ab 
Thomas. Humphrey Llwyd. Dr. D. J. Rhys. Bp. 
Morgan. Dr. S. Davies. E.Llwyd. L. Morris. 
T. Pennant. Rev. P. Roberts. 

Parry, Wm. A now and large discourse of the travels 
of Sir A. Shirley, 1601. (In Collier, J. P. Illust. 
of early English lit., v. 2. 1864.) 
Parry, Wm. PALMA, A. Remarks on the works of P. 

(In his Greece vindicated. 1826.) 

Parry, Capt. Wm. Edward. Narrative of an 
attempt to reach the North Pole, 1827. 
London, 1828. 4. 

Same. (In his Three voy., etc., v. 2; v. 108 of Har 

per s fam, lib.)i 

Journal of a second voyage for the discovery 

of a north west passage from the Atlantic to 
the Pacific, 1821-23, in H.M.S, Fury and 
Hecla. N. Y., 1824. 8. 

- Same. London, 1824. 4. 

Journal of a voyage for the disc, of a N. West 

passage, 1819-20. London, 1821. 4. 

Journal of a third voyage for the disc, of a N. 

West passage, 1824-25. London, 1826. S". 

- Same. Phila., 1826. 8. 

- Three voyages for the disc, of the N. West 

passage". N. Y., [1840]. 3 v. 16. (Harper s 
fain, lib., v. 107-108.) 

Note. An account of the 5 voyages made by P., 

Voyages pour la decouverte d un passage Xord-Ouest, 

1819-27. (In Montemont, A. Bibl. univ., v. 40. 

NORTHERN regions ; or, Uncle Richard s rela 

tion of Capt. Parry s voyages. Bost., [1826J. 

PARRY, E. Memoirs of Sir W. E. Parry. 

London, 1857. 8. 
Parseval Grandmaison, Francois Auguste. Reponse. 

Discount. (In Paris. Inst. Ac. Fr. Recueil cles 

disc. 1830-39.) 
Parsi. KOIIUT, A. Was hat die talmudische Eschatologie 

aus dem Parsismus niifgenoininen? (In Zeitschr. 

d. D. morg. Ges., v. 21. 1867.) 

LOUD, H. Discovery of the sect of Parsees, etc. (In 

Churchill, O. and J. Col. of voy., v. 6. 1746; 
and in Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., v. S. 1811.) 

MUELLER. F. M. The modern Parsis. (In hii Chips 

from a German workshop, v. 1. 1867.) 

See also Avesta. 

Parsing. RULES for P. [180-?] 12. (C 167) 
Parsons, Mine. L exil volontaire. (In Biblioth. univ. des 

romaus, Xouv., v. 11. 1799.) 
Parsons, Rev. Benjamin, b. 1769. Discourse on faith, trust, 

and confidence in God, etc. [X. Y.,] 1851. 12. 

(C 209) 
Parsons, /tee. Benjamin, of Stroud. The wine question 

settled. London, 1841. 12. (C 204) 
Parsons, Charles Wm., M.D. Essay on vis medi- 

catrix naturae; Fiske fund prize essay, June 1848. 

Boston, 1849. 8. (B 1560) 
- Memoir of U. Parsons of Providence, R. I. 

Prov., 1870. 12. 

On soiie of the remote effects of the injuries of nerves. 

Phila., 1851. 8. (B 1560) 

Note. From the Amer. journal of medical 
science, Apr. 1851. 
Parsons, Rev. David. Sermon, general election. Boston, 

1788. 8. (B 179, 182, 186) 

Parsons, Edward. Sermon; The Messiah s increase. (In 
Suddards, W. Brit, pulpit, v. 2. 1836.) 

COURTIER, P. L. (In his Pulpit, v.l. 1836.) 
Parsons, Emily E. FORMAN. Rev. J. G. (In Brockett, L. 

P. Woman s work iu the civil war. 1867.) 




Parsons, Frederic T. Report of the trial, The people v*. 

Dr. H. N. Loomis, Cor libel. Buffalo, 1850. 8. 

Parsons, (r. S. Nelsonian reminiscences. Boston, 

1843. 12. 
Parsons, Horatio A. Book of Niagara Falls. 5th 

cd. cnl. Buffalo, 1838. 16. 
Parsons, Isaac. Some account of New Gloucester. (In 

Maine Hist. Soc. Col., v. 2. 1847.) 

Parsons, James, M.D., d. 1770. Human physiog 
nomy explained ; in the Crounian lectures 

on muscular motion. Suppl. to the Philos. 

trnns. for 1746. London, 1747. 4". 
Parsons, lift. Jiimes, of York. Origin, universality, and 

consequences of the apostasy of iiian. (hi Sud- 

dards, W. Brit, pulpit, v. 1. 1837.) The eleventh 

hour. (In v. 2. 1836.) 
Parsons, James. Reflections on the mysterious 

fate of Sir J. Franklin. London, "l857. 8. 
Parsons, John, />./). Sermon, March 20, general fast. 

London, 1811. 4. (B 1258) 
Parsons, lite. Jonathan. Communion of faith essential to 

the communion of churches. Salem, 1770. 8. (B 16) 
Consideration of some unconstitutional measures, 

adopted -in this state. Newburyport, 1784. 8". 

(B 655) 

- Fair narrative, etc. 1756. See Moorhead, J., and 


- Freedom from civil and ecclesiastical slavery; disc., 

Mar. 5. Newburyport, 1774. 8. (B 156) 

Infant baptism from Heaven; two disc., Haverhill, 

Apr. 28. Boston, 1765. 8. (B 42) 

Same. With remarks on the late performance of II. 

Smith. 2d ed. Bosfon, 1767. 8. (B 1922) 

Manna gathered in the morning; disc., Newbury. 

Boston, 1751. 8. (B 42) 

A needful caution. New London, 1742. 8. (03,53) 

To live is Christ, to die is gain; sermon, death of G. 

Whitefleld, Sept. 30, 1770. Portsmouth, N. II., 
[1770]. 4. (B654) 

Wisdom justified of her children; sermon, Sept. 16. 

Boston, 1742. 8. (B 73, 860, C 78) 

- and Mc Gregore, D. Rejoinder to R. Abercrombie s 

remarks on :i Fair narrative of the proc. of the 
presbytery of Boston, against himself. Boston, 
1758. 8. (C 12.8) 

LF.TTER from a gentleman in the country to his friend 

in Boston, resp. late observ. upon the conduct of P. 
Boston, 1757. 8. (B 156) 

SHANGAR, M. Letter to J. Tucker upon his Remarks 

on a discourse of J. IVs entitled, Freedom , etc. 
New Kng., 1775. 8. (B 156) 

SMITH, H. The doctrine of believers baptism by 

immersion only asserted against P. Boston, 1766. 
8. (B 16) 

TUCKER, J. Observations on the doctrines and unchar- 

itableness of P. Boston, 1757. 8. (B 16, C 123, 156) 
Remarks on a discourse of I ., Freedom, etc. Bos 
ton, 1774. 8. (B 16, 156, C 123) 
Funeral sermon on. 1785. See Murray, J. (B324); 

Searl, J. (B 17) 

Parsons, /lev. Joseph, il. 1765. Christians may and ought 
to be influenced by the recompense of reward; two 
sermons, Bradford, Mar. 11, 25, 1742/44. Boston, 
1744. 8". (B 44, 73, 147) 

A minister s care; sermon, ordin., of S. Webster, Aug 

12. Boston, 1741. 8. (B 144) 

Religion recommended to the soldier; sermon, to the 

Anc. and Hon. Artil. Co., June 4. Boston, 1744. 8 
(B 73, 179) 

- Sermon, election. Boston, 1759. 8. (B 179, 181, 184) 

Two disc, [on] the importance of the belief of the 

Gospel, to eternal salvation. Best., 1759. 8 U (B 147 

Validity of Presbyterian ordination ; sermon, New 

Castle, Dec. 20, 1732, ordin. of J. Blunt. Boston, 

1733. 8. (C 50, 53) 
Parsons, Lawrence, 2d Earl of Rosse. Argument 

to prove the truth of the Christian revelation. 

London, 1834. 8. 
Parsons, Levi. Dereliction and restoration of the 

Jews; sermon, Oct. 31, before the departure of the 

Palestine mission. Boston, 1819. 8. (B 300, 1237) 

- MORTON, D. O. Memoir of P., missionary to 

Palestine. Poultney, Vt., 1824. 12. 
Parsons, Moses. Character of able ministers; sermon, 
Nov. 11, 1772, ordin. of O. Parsons, Gloucester. 
Salem, 1773. 8. (B 915) 

- Ministers of Christ the servants of God sermon Ins- 
Wlch, ordin. of J. Dana, Nov. 7, 1765. Boston, 
li 16. 8 . (B 915) 
Sermon, Cambridge, election. Boston, 1772. 8. (B 

181, 185) 
- Funeral sermon on. 1784. See Frisby, L. ; Tappan, 

JJ. (U ZoZ) 
Parsons, J/r.v. Phebe, Funeral sermon on. 1770. See Searl, 

J. (B 17) 
Parsons, Robert. Sermon, funeral of John, Earl of Roch- 


Parsons, (, en. Samuel Holden. Discoveries in the western 
country. (In Amer. Acad. Mem., v. 2. 1793 ) 

HEADLEY, J. T. (hi hi* Washington, v. 2. 1847.) 
Parsons, Theodore, and Pearson, E. Forensic dispute on 

the legality of enslaving Africans, Commencement 
Camb., July 21. Boston, 1773. 8. (B 65, 245, 1081) 
Parsons, Theophilus, Chief Justice of Mass., b. 1750, 
d. 1813. Commentaries on Amer. law ; com 
piled byE. Hammond. N. Y., 1836. 8. 

Note. A collection of decisions taken from 
Mass, reports. 

Defence of the third article of the Mass, declaration 

of rights. Worcester, 1820. 8. (B 535) 

Essay on parallel lines. Formula for extracting the 

roots of adjected equations. (In Parsons. T b 
1797. Memoir. 1859.) 

- AUSTIN, B. Memorial to the legislature of Mass rela- 

l a V ^R^Q QN the gr<Mld jUry> by T " P " Bo8to " 
isuo. o . (K 1489) 

CATALOGUE of the library of P., sold 1814. Boston 

1814. 8". (B 1020, 1617, 1620) 

KNAPP, 8. L. (In hi* Biog. sketches. 1821.) 

PARKER, I. Sketch of the character of P. ; address to 

the grand jury. Boston, 1813. 8. (B 570, 1222) 

- PARSONS, T. Memoir of P. Boston, 1859. 12. 
Parsons, Theophilus, b. 1797. Address before the 

Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard, Aug. 27, on the 
duties of educated men in a republic. Boston, 1835. 
8. ( B 1721 ) 

- The constitution, its origin, etc. ; lecture before the Law 

School of Harvard Univ., March 7. Boston, 1861. 8. 
(B 1560) 

- Deus homo ; God-man. Chicago, 1867. 8. 

- Essays. (1st ser., 2d ed.) Boston, 1847-62. 

3 ser. 12. 

Content*. Series 1. Life. Providence. Corre. 
spondence. The human form. Religion. The Vow 
Jerusalem. 2. The seeming and the actual. The 
senses. Ministry of sorrow. Sabbath. Founds. 
tion of duty. Death and life. 3. He cometh in 
clouds. Paradise. The sea. End of the Church. 

- Memoir of C. G. Loriiig. (In Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc.. 


- Memoir of Chief Justice Parsons. Boston 

1859. 12. 

Parsons, Thomas Wm., Jr. Poems. Boston. 
1854. 8. 

- July; a poem. To a lady; a poem. (In Boston 

book, 4th col. 1851.) 

See also Dante. 

Parsons, Tyler. Truth espoused; rel. to the difficulties in 
Manchester; subjoined, view of the council doings 
in rel. to the dismissal of J. Thurston, etc. Dedham, 
1823. 8. (B 1128) 

- CANDID enquiries; [reply to P.]. n.p., [1825]. 8. (B 


Parsons, Usher. Address before the Amer. Med 

Address before the Prov. Assoc. for the Prom, of Tem 

perance, May 27. Prov., 1831. 8. (B 1662) 

Battle of Lake Erie; disc, before the R. 1. Hist. Soc 

1852. Prov., 1853. 8". (B 1610) 
Same. [2d ed.J Prov., 1854. 8. (B 1615) 

Comparative influence of vegetable and animal decom 

position, etc. Phila., 1830. 8. (B 969) 

Importance of the sciences of anatomy and physiology 

as a branch of general education. Camb., 1826 8 

Lecture on the connexion and reciprocal influence be 

tween the brain and stomach. Prov., 1841 8 CB 

Same. (In Amer. Inst. of Instr. Lect., 1840.) 

- Life of Sir W. Pepperell. Boston, 1855. 8. 

- Same, abridged. (In Hunt, P. Lives of Amer 

merchants, v. 2. 1858.) 




Memoir of C. Frost, n.p.. [1849]. 8. (B 1456) 

Physician for ships. Camb., 1820. 8. 

Same. Sailor s physician. 2d ed. Prov., 1824. 


Same. 3d ed. Boston, 1842. 12. 

Same. 4th ed. Boston, 1851. 12. 

Prize dissertations : Infiamation of the perios 
teum ; Eneuresis irritata ; Cutaneous diseases ; 
Cancer of the breast ; Malaria. 2ded. Prov., 

1849. 8. 

Prize dissertations of the R. I. Med. Soc. ; spinal dis 

eases, their causes and treatment. Boston, 1843. 8. 
(B 1189) 

Report of the committee on medical sciences at a 

meeting of the Amur. Mud. Assoc., May. Phila., 

1850. 8". (B 1560; 

Sketches of llhode Island physicians deceased 

prior to 1850. Prov., 1859." 8. 
Parsons, Win., funeral sermon on. 1837. See Young, A. 

(B 1126, 1718) 
Parsons, \Vin.,rf. 1847. OBITUARY notice of P.; lecture by 

C. Reed; disc, by T. Worcester. Boston, 1847. 8". 

(B 1222) 

Parsons, Wm. Monte Christo. London, 1866. 16. 
Parson s wedding, The; a drama, by T. Killegrew. (In 

Dodsley, It. Col. of old plays, v. 11. 1780; and 

in Scott, Sir W. Anc. Brit, dr., v. 3. 1810.) 
Part, The, taken by the Irish boy in the fight at Dame 

Europa s school. Dublin, 1871. 16". (E 158) 
Partenay, Romans of ; tr. from the French of La 

Coudrette, ed. with introd. notes, etc., by W. 

W. Skeat. London, 1866. 8. (Early Eng. 

Text Soc.) 

Partenope. See Metastasio, P. 

Parthax. Fragm. (In Mueller, C. Fr. hist. Gr.,v. 4. 1851.) 
Parthenais oder die Alpenreise; von I. Baggesen. 

Hamburg, [18]. 24. 

Parthenia; byE. B. Lee. Boston, 1858. 12". 
Parthenius Nicceensis. De amatoriis affectibus. (In 

Erotici scriptures. 1556; Hecog. Hercher, v. 1. 1858; 

and, French, Bibl., v. 1. 1797.) 

Same. [] J. Cornario interpr. (/n Gale, 

T. Hist. poet. scr. 1675.) 

Parthenogenesis. See Owen, R. 

Parthenon. See Athens (p. 163); Paris (p. 2230). 

Parthenon, The ; a magazine of art and literature. 
[Typolithographed.J Xo. 1-16, June 11, 
1825 -Jan. 1826. London, 1826. 8. 

Parthenon, The ; May 1862 -May 1863. London, 

186 2-[63]. 2 v. 4. 
Note. The Literary gazette is incorporated with this. 

Parthey, Gustav Friedrich Constantin. Aegypten beim 
Geographen von Ravenna. Zur Erdkunde des 
alien Aegypten. (In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abh., 
1858.) i tolemseus Lagi, der Griinder der 32en 
agyplischen Dynastic. (In 1860.) Das Orakelund 
uie Oase Ammon. (In 1862.) Zwei griechische 
Zauberpapyri des Berliner Museum. (Jn 1865.) 
Die thebanischen Papyrusfragtnente im Berliner 
Museums. (In 1869, pt. 1.) 

Parthia. CLINTON, H. F. Kings of Parthia. (In his 
Fasti Roman!, v. 2. 1850.) 

Partie de chasse de Henri iv, La; comedie. See Colle, C. 

Parties. BARDSLEY, S. A. Cursory remarks on 
party prejudice. (In Lit. and Phil. Soc. of Man 
chester. Mem., v. 5, pt. 1. 1798.) 
See al-io American party ; Democratic Party ; 
Great Britain : Uiytory, Later (p. 1240, COOKE) ; Re 
publican Party; Tories; TJ. S. History (VAN 
BUREN) ; Whig Party ; Working Men s Party. 

Parties and factions in England at the accession of William 
iv. London, 1830. 8. (B 931) 

Partington, Mrs. See Shillaber, B. P. 

Partington, Charles Frederick. Account of the 
steam engine. London, 1822. 8. 

- Historical and explan. notes, and a biog. memoir of 

Edward, Marquis of Worcester. (In Somerset, E. 
Century of inventions. 1825.) 

- Manual of natural and experimental philos 

ophy. London, 1828. 2 v. 8". 

- Mechanic s gallery of science and art. Vol. 1. 

London, 1825. 8. 

Partington s carpet bag of fun. See Avery, S. P. 
Partisan leader, The ; by B. Tucker. N. Y., 1861. 

Partisan warfare. JENEY, de. The partisan ; 

or, The art of making war in detachment. 

London, 1760. 8. 

STEVENSON, R. Military instructions for offi 

cers detached in the field. Phila., 1775. 12. 
Partners, The; by S. Brooks. (In Dublin univ. mag., 

v. 49-51. 1857-58.) 
Partnerships. CHILDS, II. W. Letter to II. B. 

Crowder on mining partnerships. London, 1854. 

8. (B 1536) 

FIELD, E. W. Limited liability partnerships. 

London, 1854. 8. 

POTHIEK, 11. J. Traite du contrat de societe ; 

[avec] deux appendices, 1 un des obligations 
qui naissent de la communaute formee sans 
contrat de societe, 1 autre de celles qui nais 
sent du voisinage. Paris, 1775. 12". 

WATSON, W. Treatise on the law of partner 

ships. Phila., 1807. 8. 

Parto de los monies, El. See Cespedes, M. J. (D 36) 
Parton, James. The Danish islands ; are we bound 

in honor to pay for them? Boston, 1869. 8. 

- Famous Americans of recent times. Boston, 

1867. 8. 

Contents. Clay. (From the North Amer. rev., Jan. 
1866.) Webster. (Jan. 1867.) Calhoun. (Oct. 1865.) 

Randolph. (July 1866.) Girard and his college. 
(Jan. 1865.) Bennet and the N. Y. Herald. (Apr. 
1866.) Goodyear. (July 1865.) Beecher and his 
church. (From the Atlantic monthly, Jan. 1867.) 
Vanderbill. (From Ihe New York ledger, Apr. 8, 1865.) 

Theodosia Burr. (From Harper s mag., Aug. 1864.) 

Aslor. (From Harper s mag., Feb. 1865.) 

Gen. Butler in New Orleans ; history of the 

department of the Gulf in 1862. N. Y., 
1864 [1863]. 8. 
- Same. 10th ed. N. Y., 1864. 8. 

- Humorous poetry of the Eng. language. 2d ed. 

N. Y., 1857 [1856]. 12. 

- Life and times of Burr. N. Y., 1858. 8. 

- Life and times of Franklin. N.Y., 1864. 2 v. 


- Life of And. Jackson. N. Y., 1860. 3 v. 8. 

- Life of H. Greeley. N. Y., 1855. 12. 

- Topics of the time. Boston, 1871. 8. 

Contents. Uncle Sam s treatmenl of his servants. 
The Yankees at home. Congressional peccadilloes. 
International copyright. Our Roman Catholic breth 
ren. How Congress wastes its time. The clothes 
mania. Log-rolling at Washington. Our Israelilish 
brethren. Corresp. of Napoleon Bonaparte. The 
government of the city of N. Y. (N. A. rev., Oct. 1866.) 

and others. Sketches of men of progress. 

N. Y., Hartford., 1870-71. 8. 
Parton, Sara Pay son. Fern leaves. 1st, 2d series. 

Auburn, 1853-54. 2 v. 12". 
Partridge, Capt. Alden. Altiludes of mountains in N. Y., 

N. H.. and Vt. (In Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., n.s., 

v. 1. 1818.) 

Lecture on education, n.t.p. [181-?] 8. (B 547) 

Observations on national defence. Boslon, 1824. 8. 


Partridge, lion. George, Funeral sermon on. 1828. See 
Kent, B. 

The vvorthie hystorie of the mosle noble and valiaunt 

knight Plasidas. (In Collier, J. P. Illust. of old 

Eng. lit., v. 3. 1866.) 
Partridge, J. Direct taxation. (In Nat. Assoc. Prom. 

Soc. Sci. Trans., 1862.) 
Partridge, J. Arthur. The false nation and its 

bases ; or, Why the South cannot stand. 

London, 1864. 8. 

- The making of the American nation ; or, The 

rise and decline of oligarchy in the West. 
London, 1866. 8. 

On democracy. Phila., 1866. 8. 





Partridge, John. Mcrlinus liberatus,1737, 40-49. London, 

[1737-49]. 11 v. 12". (E 72j 
Partridge, Oliver, ami Dwight, J. Two letters to Oov. 

Shirley relating to the Indiana, 1754. (In Mass. 

Hist. Soc. Col., v. 5. 17 JS.) 

- Bloc;, notice of P. (In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. com., 

v. 8. 1854.) 

Party, History of, 1666-1832. See Cooke, G. W. 
Pururia retentionis. WAKKEN, J. O. Variety ppculiar to 

feniah-s. (In Mass. Med. Soc. Med. com., v. 1. 


Paruta, Filippo, anrf Augustinus, L. Slcilia numlsmatica; 

add. 11. Golt/.ii ;i;iM! nnii|ii, Siciliaj deseriptione et 
in numismata explicationibus; ace. G. Gualtlieri 
tabuhe antiquaj, una cum ejusdem G. G. animadv. 
(In Grsevius. Thes. antiq. Sidl., v. 6-8. 1723.) 
Paruta, Paolo. Degl istoriui delle cose veneziane. (In. 
Istorici delle cone venez., v. 3, 4. 1718.) 

NlCERON.J.P. (fn hiit Mem., v. 11. 1730; v. 9. 1754.) 
Parvenus, Les, on Les aventnres de Julien Delmours; [pa 

S. V. I), de St. A. ctsse. de Genlis]. (Vol. 13-15 q 
her (Euvres. 1825.) 
Parville, Henri de. Un habitant de la planete 

Mars. Paris, [1865]. 12. 

Parvin, .1.15. Habits of the gopher of Illinois. (In Smith 
sonian Inst. Report, 1854.) 
Parvus, Guilelmus. get. Guilelmus farms de Newburgh 

(p. 12U8). 
Parzival. Sff Chrestien de Troy en; Wolfram von 

A st tienbach ; alxo Perceval. 
Pasaginians. HAHX, C.U. Geschichte der Pasa- 

gicr, etc. Stuttg., 1850. 8. 
Pasar del arroyo, Al ; por F. L. de Vega Carpio. (fn Ochoa, 

E. de. Tesoro del teatro esp., v. 2. 1838.) 
Pascal, Blaise. CEuvres. Nouv. ed. Paris, 1819. 

5 v. 8". 

Content*. Vol. 1. Disc, sur sa vie par Bossut. 
Eloge par Xicole. Essai par F. de Xeufchateau. 
Lettres provinciates. 2. Pensees. 3. Factums pour 
leu cures de 1 aris, Rouen, etc. Lettre touchant les 
commandements de Dieu. Question sur les miracles, 
etc. 4, 5. Kvrit* scientifiqiif*. 4. Essais pour les 
coniques. Machine arithmetlque. Xouvelles expe 
riences touchant le vide. Lettre du pure Noel, jesuite, 
a Pascal. Traite de 1 equilibre des liqueurs. Traite 
de la pesanteurde la masse de 1 air. Recit de la grande 
experience de 1 equilibre des liqueurs. Recit dcs 
observations faites par 1 erier. Xouvelles experiences 
faites en Angleterre. Lettre de Pascal et Roberval a 
Fermat, sur un principe de geostatique mis en avant par 
ce dernier. Celeberrima 1 Matheseos Academiae 1 aris- 
icnsi. [Correspondence] de Pascal et Fermat. 5. 
Traite du triangle arithmetique. Traite des ordres 
numeriques. Problemata de cycloide, proposita junii 
1658. Reflexions sur les conditions des prix attaches & 
la solution des problemcs cone, la cycloide. Histoire 
de la roulette. Historia trochoidis, sive cycloidis. 
Diverse* inventions de A. Dultonville en geometric. 
Dimensions des lignes courbes de toutes les roulettes. 
De 1 escalier, des triangles cylindriques, et de la spirale 
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Pensees. Paris, 1803. 2 v. 12. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Avertissement [par A. A. R.]. 

Disc, sur la vie et les ouvrages de P. [par Bossutj. 
Pensees qui se rapportent & la philos., la morale, et 
aux belles-lettres. 2. Pensees rel. i la religion. 
Comparaison des anciens Chretiens avec ceux d au- 
jourd hul. Frag, sur la conversion du pecheur. 
Ecrits trouve dans la poche dc P. 

- Pensees, fragmens, ct lettres ; pub. par P. Fau- 

gere. Paris, 1844. 2 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Introd. Lettres, 1648-fil. 
Priere pour demander a Dieu le bon usage des maladies. 

Ecrit sur la conversion du pecheur. Preface sur le 
traite du vide. Disc, sur les passions de 1 amour. 
De Pcsprit geometrique. Difference entre 1 esprit 
de geometric et de finesse. De 1 art de persuader. 
Pensees diverses. Ravissement et profession de fol. 
Pensees sur 1 eloquence et le style. Jesuites, Jan- 

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senistes, et Provineialcs. Le Pape et I Eglise. Con 
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P. Perier, F. G. 1*. Vie de P. Notes sur la vie de 
P. Note sur les doctrines du Jansenisme. Entretien 
de P. avec de Saci. Trois discours de P. sur la condi 
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Jesus. Opuscules. Lettre sur la mort de Pascal le 
pere. Priere pour la maladie. Fragm. d un traite du 
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- REUCHLIN, H. Pascal s Leben und der Geist 
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ROGERS, H. Genius and writings of P. (In Edin. 

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Pascal, Jacqueline. Lettres, opuscules, etc. (hi 
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COUSIN, V. Jacqueline Pascal. 3e ed. Paris, 

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Pascal, Jean Baptiste Etienne. Origines et raison 

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Pascal the younger, pseud. Cases of conscience ; lessons 

in morals. 2d ed. London, 1851. 8. (B 1382) 
Pascal et Charlotte; par A. Thomas. (In Semaine lit., 

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Pasch (L<tt. Paschius), Gcorg. NICERON, J. P. (In his 

Mem., v. 7. 1729; and, Gtrm., v. 7. 1753.) 
Paschal, Charles (or Pasquali, Carlo). De coronis. 

Lugd.Bat., 1671. 8". 

NICEHON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 17. 1732; and, 

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Paschalis I. Bulla ad Pctronacium Ravennaa Archiepis- 
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Jarchi; Der Feigenbaum als Zeugc; Moses ben 

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K., S. Der Retter. 2. Ehrmann, D. Baron 
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Konig von Macedonien. Rosenauer, J. Die Proben 
des Bcharfsinnes. Duschak, M. Das heldenmiithige 
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Duschak, M. Die Linderung des Ge-hinom. Altar, 
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M. Statthalterwirthschaft in Jerusalem, 1625. Lan 
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Paso del Norte, El. See Texas. 
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Pasquali, Carlo. See Paschal, C. 
Fasquali, GiamBatista. Del teatro. Venezia, 1773 4 

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Pasqualino, Michele. Vocabolario siciliano etimo- 
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Pasquier, Etienne Denis, baron de. Discours. (hi 
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Pasquier, Nicolas. FELGEHE, L. J. (In his Caracteres, 

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Pasquier- Vauvillers, . Gales et bassins de radoub, docks 

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Passerani, Alberto Radicati, conte. Philosophical disserta- 

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Passeroni, Gian Carlo. Apologhi. (In Raccolta di apolo- 
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Pass!, Giuseppe. I donneschi diffetti. 2a impres. 

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Passing cloud ; drama. See Bernard, B. 
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Passion play. See Oberammergau. 

Passional, Das; cine Legenden-Sammlung des 13- 
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MILLINOEN, J. G. Influence of temperament in the 

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STAEL-HOLSTEIN, Mine. A. L. de. I)e 1 influeiice des 

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PARHFSH, J. Influence of the passions on the body 

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TOWNSEND, P. S. Dissertation on the influence of the 

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VERNIER, . See. the general works above. 

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Passions personified, The, in familiar fables. London, 

[17]. 8. (B 1656) 

Passive husband, The; a comedy. See. Cumberland, R. 
Passive obedience in actual resistance; remarks upon a 

paper by G. Hicks. London, 1691. 4. (B 4) 
Passive obedience. See Allegiance. 
Passow, Franz Ludwig Karl Friedrich. Hand- 
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Note. At the end of vol. 1 is Die Lehre vom Zeitmaase 
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.Same. 5. Aufl., bearb. von V. C. F. Rost, F. 

Palm, U.SM. Lpz., 1841-57. 2v.in4pts. 8. 

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Passy, Frederic. La liberte commerciale. (In Thevenin, 

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Passy, Hipp. Philibcrt. Causes de 1 inegalite des richesses. 
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Des causes qui out influe sur la marche de la civili 
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sur le concours ouvert au sujet de la rente des 
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Past meridian ; by L. II. Sigourney. 2d ed. Hart 
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Past, The, the present, and the future. [From the National 
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Pasta, Andre. Traite des pertes de sang chez les 
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Paston family. KNIGHT, C. (In his Once upon a time, 

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Paston letters ; ed. by Sir J. Fenn. New ed. 

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Contents. Vol. 1. 1435-60. 2. 1460-83. 
Pastor, Juan Francisco. Pablo y Virginia. (In Teatro 

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Pastor, Miguel Perez. Disertacion sobre el dios 

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BURNET, G., Up. of Salisbury. New preface and 

additional chapters to 3d ed. of the Pastoral care . 

London, 1713. 8. (C 228) 

Same, without the additional chapters. (C 79) 

The Bp. of Salisbury s Xow preface to his Pastoral 

care considered. 2d ed. London, 1713. 8. (C 228) 

RELATIVE duty of pastor and people. London, 

1722. 8. 
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TUFTS, J. Anti-ministerial objections; or, Duty [of 

maintaining] ministers. Boston, 1725. 8". (C 52) 

MATHER, C. Manuductio ad ministerium; directions 

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BAXTER, 11. The reformed pastor; disc, on the 

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WARE, H. Connexion between the duties of the pul 

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BURNET, J. Observ. on the authority of pastors, with 

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Pastor di Filida, El ; por L. G. de Montalvo. 6a ed. 

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Pastoret, Amedee David, marquis de. Histoire de 

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Discours. LAYA, J. L. Reponse. (In Paris. Inst. 

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Content*. 21 Jan. 1821. Bapteme du due do Bor 
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Mort de Louis xvm. Obseques de Louis XVIU, 1824. 
Sacre de Charles x, 1825. 




Pastoret, Claude Emmanuel Joseph Pierre, marquis 
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Motion d ordre sur 1 etat de DOS rapports polit. et 

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GREGORY, G. Theory and practice of physic. 

Phila., 1826. 2 v. 8. 

THACHER, J. American modern practice. New 

ed., imp. Boston, 1826. 8. 

COOKE, J. E. Treatise on P. and therapeutics. 

Lexington, 1828. 3 v. (v. 3 w.). 8. 

PHILIP, A. P. AV. Treatise on the nature and 

cure of those diseases which precede change 
of structure, with notes and app. by J. II. 
Miller. Bait., 1831. 8. 

JACKSON, S. Principles of medicine. Phila., 
1832. 8". 

- LEE, R. Pathology and treatment of diseases 

of women. London, 1833. 8. 
HARTMANN, F. Therapie akuter Krankheits- 
ibrmen. 2e Aufl. Lpz., 1834. 2 v. 8. 

- STOKES, AY. Lectures on the theory and prac 

tice of physic. 1st Amer. ed. Phila., 1837. 


- Same. 2d Amer. ed. ; with notes and add. 
lectures by J. Bell. Phila., 1840. 8. 

- GENDRIN, A. N. Traite philosophique de 

medecine pratique. Paris, 1838-42. 3 v. 8. 

- BRIGHT, R., and ADDISON, T. Elements of the 

practice of med. Vol. 1. London, 1839. 8. 

- HALL, M. Theory and practice of med. 1st 

Amer. ed., by J. Bigelow and O. AY. Holmes. 
Boston, 1839. 8. 

- MOFFAT, W. B. Medical manual. N. Y., 1839. 24 


- STKUNHERG, II. Elements of med. philosophy. Al 

bany, 1839. 8. (B 1552) 

- AYuNDERLicn, C. A. Hanclbuch der P. und 

Therapie. [184-.] 2e verm. Aufl. Stuttg., 
1852-56. 4 v. in 6 pts. 8. 

- VALLEIX, F. Q. A. Guide du medicin practi- 

cien. Paris, 1842-47. 10 v. 8. 

- BUCHAN, AV. Treatise on the prevention and 

cure of diseases; [ed.] by J. G. Norwood. 
Cincin., 1843. 8. 

- BEACH, AV. Family physician. 4th ed. N. Y. 

1844. 8. 

- MACKINTOSH, J. Principles of P. and practice 

of medicine. Phila., 1844. 8. 

- CHOMEL, A.F. Elements of general pathology ; 

tr. by F. E. Oliver and AV. AV. Morland. 
3d ed. enl. Boston, 1848. 8. 

- BASCOME, E. Prophylaxis; the mode of preventing 

disease, by appreciation of light, air, and water. 
London, 1849. 8. (B 1547) 

- HANDBOOK of domestic med. London, Bohn, 

1855. 8. 

- JACKSON, J. Letters to a young physician. 

Boston, 1855. 16. 

- PARKIN, J. Causation and prevention of dis 

eases. London, 1859. 8. 

- INMAN, T. Foundation for a new theory and 

practice of medicine. 2ded. Lond., 1861. 8. 

- AITKEN, AV. Science and practice of medicine. 

3d ed. London, 1864. 2 v. 8. 

- GRISOLLE, A. Traite dc P. interne. 9e ed., 

augm. Paris, 1865. 2 v. 8. 

- QUERNER, E. Der Selbstarzt oder Doctor und 

Apotheker im eigenen Hause. 2e Aufl. Phila., 
u. Lpz., 1865. 8. 

- OPPOLZER, J. A T orlesungen liber specielle P. 

und Therapie ; hrsgb. von Dr. E. R. von 
Staffela. Ir Bd. Erlangen, 1866. 8. 

- FLINT, A. Treatise on the principles and prac 

tice of med. Phila., 1866. 8". 

- JONES, H. B. Lectures on some applications 

of chemistry and mechanics to pathology 
and therapeutics. London, 1867. 8". 

- MIQUEL, J. F. Lettres [med. sur les maladies 

eruptives et la specificite]. Tours, 1867. 8. 
See also Abdomen ; Acholic diseases ; Air pas 
sages ; Albumimuria ; Alimentary canal ; 
Angina pectoris; Angina polypasa; Anus; 
Aorta ; Apoplexy; Arachnitis ; Asphyxia; 
Asthma ; Bile ; Bladder ; Blood ; Brain ; 
Breast ; Bronchitis ; Caecum ; Calculus ; 
Cancer ; Catarrh ; Chest ; Chicken-pox ; 
Children ; Chlorosis ; Cholera ; Chronic dis 
eases ; Climate ; Cold ; Constipation; Con 
stitutional diseases ; Consumption ; Contagion ; 




Convulsions ; Croup ; Deafness ; Debility ; 
Deformities ; Delirium tremens ; Diabetes ; 
Diagnosis ; Diarrhoea ; Digestion ; Diphtheria ; 

Dolichos pruriens ; Dropsy ; Dysentery ; 
Dysmenorrhoea ; Elephantiasis; Emphysema; 
Enuresis; Epidemics; Epilepsy; Epizootic 
diseases ; Eruptions ; Erysipelas ; Eye ; 
Fever ; Fistula ; Gall ; Generative organs ; 
Glands ; Goitre ; Gonorrhoea ; Gout ; Haemor 
rhoids ; Hair ; Head ; Headaches ; Heart ; 
Hemoptysis ; Hereditary diseases ; Hernia ; 
Hydrargyria ; Hydrocele ; Hydrocephalus ; - 
Hydrophobia ; Hydrothorax ; Hypochondriasis ; 

Hysteria ; Idiocy ; Indigestion ; Infection ; 

Inflammation ; Inhuenza ; Intestines ; Iritis ; 

Jaundice ; Kidney : King s evil ; Lead dis 
eases ; Leprosy ; Leucocythemia ; Leucorrhea ; 

Liver ; Local diseases ; Locomotor ataxy ; 
Longevity ; Lungs; Marasmus ; Masturbation ; 

Measles; Melancholy; Meningitis; Men 
struation ; Mortification ; Nervous system ; 
Neuralgia ; Nymphomania ; Old age ; Paraly 
sis ; Parasites; Passions; Peritonitis; Pha- 
gedaena gangrenosa; Piles; Placenta praevia; 
Plagues; Pleuro-pneumonia ; Plymouth dock 
yard disease ; Pneumonia ; Prostate ; Pulse ; 
Putrid diseases ; Remittent diseases; Rheuma 
tism ; Scarlatina ; Scarlet fever ; Sciatica ; 
Scrofula ; Scurvy ; Seamen ; Self-limited dis 
eases ; Skin; Small pox; Somnambulism; 

Spermatocele ; Spermatorrhea; Spine; 
Stomach ; Stricture ; Syphilis ; Tape-worms ; 
Teeth ; Temperature in diseases ; Testis ; 
Tetanus ; Thorax ; Throat distemper ; Tongue ; 

Trembles ; Trichina ; Tuberculous diseases ; 

Tumor ; Typhoid affections ; Ulcer ; Urin 
ary organs ; Veins ; Venereal diseases ; Viscera ; 

Voice ; Wasting diseases, et<-. ; Weather ; 
White swelling; Whooping cough; Womb; 
Women, Diseases of ; Worms ; Yellow fever ; 

also Anatomy : Morbid ; Cellular pathology ; 
Hygiene ; Medicine ; Military hygiene ; Na 
val hygiene ; Naval surgery ; Recipes ; Sur 
gery ; Surgical pathology. 

Patience. BAXTER, II. Obedient patience. (In his 
Works, v. 11. 18:50.) 

ZARATE, II. do. Discursos de la paciencia cristiana. 

(In Escritores del siglo xvi, v. 1. 1853; v. 27 of 
Aribau. Bib I.) 

Patience Strong s outings; by Mrs. A.D.T. Whit 
ney. Boston, 18G9. 12. 

Patient Grisel, History of; two early tracts; with 
notes by J. P. Collier. London, 1842. 8. 
(Percy Soc., v. 3.) 

Content*. Vol. 1. Ancient, true, and admirable his 
tory of Patient Grissel; written in French. London, 
1619. 2. Pleasant and sweet history of Patient Gris- 
sell; tr. out of the Italian. 

Patient Grissil; a comedy. See Dekker, T., and others. 
Patin (Lat. Patinus), Charles. De mnnismate antique Au- 
gusti et I latonis. (In Gronovius, J. Thus. Gr., 
v. 9. 1701.) 

Epistola ad J. Fabrum. (In Schelhorn, J. G. Amoen. 

lit., v. 10. 1723.) 

NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 2. 1727; and, Germ., 

v. 3. 1750.) 

Patin, Henri Joseph Guillaume. Etudes sur la 
poesie latine. Paris, 1868. 2 v. 16". 

Discours. Ueponse. (In Paris. Inst. Ac. Fr. Re- 

cueil des disc., 1840-49, pt. 1.) Reponse. (In 
1860-69, le pt.) 

Eloge de Bossuet. (In Bossuet, J. B. CEuvres. v. 1. 


Several articles.] (In Revue d. D. Mondes, dec. 1837 - 

fev. 1848.) 

Patino, Domingo. Journal d un voyage sur le Parana. 
(In Paris. Soc. de Geog. Bui., 5e per., v. 16. 1868.) 

Patino, Josef. FHAGMENTOS historicos de la vida de P. 
(In Valladares, A. Seman. erud., v. 28. 1790.) 

Patissier, Philibert. Traite des maladies des arti 
sans, d apres Ramazzini. Paris, 1822. 8". 

Patmore, Coventry Kcasscy Dighton. The angel 
in the house: The betrothal. Boston, 1856. 

Same. The espousals. Boston, 1860. 16. 
- Faithful forever. Boston, 1861. 12. 

Victories of love. Boston, 1862. 12. 

Note. From Macmillan s mag., v. 4-5. 1861-62. 

Patmore, Peter George. My friends and acquain 
tance. London, 1854. 3 v. 8". 
Content*. Vol. 1. Lamb. Campbell. Countess 
of Blessington. R. Pluiner Ward. 2. It. P. Ward. 
II. and J. Smith. Hazlitt. 3. Hazlitt. Lainan 
Blancliard. li. Brinsley Slieridau and Thomas 

Patmos. BAIL.IE, J. K. On two inedited Patmian inscrip 
tions. (//( Roy. Irish Acad. Trans., v. 22. 1855.) 

STANLEY, A. I . (In /tin Sermons before the Prince 

of Wales in his tour in the East. 1863.) 
Paton, Allen Park. Wilson the ornithologist ; a 

new chapter in his life. London, 1863. 8. 
Paton, Andrew Archibald. Highlands and islands 

of the Adriatic. London, 1849. 2 v. 8". 

- History of the Egyptian revolution from the 

period of the Mamelukes to the death of 

Mohammed Abi. London, 1863. 2 v. 8". 
Paton, John. The teachers view of payment for results. 

(In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1865.) 
Paton, Mary Anne. CLAYTON, K. C. Memoir. (In her 

Queens of song. 1865.) 
Patranuelo, El, por J. de Timoneda. (In Aribau, B. C. 

Nov. ant. a Cervantes. 1850; v. 3 of his Bilil.) 
Patrat, Joseph. La resolution inutile; on, Les deguisements 

amoureux; comedie melee de vaudevilles. Paris, 

1783. 8". (C294) 
Patres des Pyrenees, Les; par Mme. S. F. D. Genlis. (In 

Biblioth. univ. des roniHiis, Nouv., v. 49. 1801.) 
Patriarch, The ; or, Family library mag. ; eel. by 

11. W. Bailey. Vol. 1-2 ; Jan. 1841 - May 

1842. N. Y., 1841-42. 2 v. 8. 

Same. Aug. 1841; ed. by li. W. Bailey [cont. Wash 

ington, the father of his country ]. *.N. Y., 1841. 8. 

Patriarchi, Gasparo. Lettere. (In Raccolta di prose e 
let., v. 2. 1830.) 

Patriarchs. MAUKICE, F. D. The patriarchs of 
the Old Testament ; sermons. 2d ed. Camb., 
1855. 8. 

TESTAMENTS of the xn patriarchs. Edin., 

1871. 8". (Roberts, A. Ante-Nicene lib., 
v. 22.) 

TODD, J. Questions on the lives of the patri 

archs, embracing the book of Genesis. 
Northampton, Mass., 1856. 16. 

See. alto Abraham; Enoch; Jacob; 

Patricia Constant inolitana, St. VITA. (In Acta. sanct., 
V. 39. 1868.) 

Patrician s daughter, The. See Marston, J. 

Patricius. Epithalamium Auspicii et ^Ellee. (In Lemaire. 

Poet, min., v. 3; v. 136 of Biblioth. class. Lat.) 
Patricius, Franciscns. See "Patrizj, F. 
Patricius, jineud. Thoughts. 1785. See Geoghigan, R. 
Patrick, St. Confessio de vita et conversation sua. 

(In Acta sanct., v. 8. 1865.) 

HOKY, J. C. Birthplace of St. Patrick. ( / Manning, 

II. E. Essays on religion and literature. 1865.) 

JOCELINUS, monafhu* de Farnesio. Vita. (In Acta 

sanct., v. 8. 1865.) 

Eng. Life of St. Patrick; with the elucida 
tions of D. Kothe ; tr. by E. L. Swift. Dub 
lin, 1809. 8. 

LIFE. (In Lives of eminent saints. 1853.) 

- TODD, J. H. St. Patrick ; a memoir. Dublin, 

1864. 8. 

See also Purgatory. 

Patrick, Symon, Up. of Ely. Commentary on the 
historical books of the Old Testament. Lon 
don, 1765. 2 v. f. 

- Books of Job, Psalms, Ecclesiastes, and the 

Song of Solomon, paraphrase with annot. 
Vol. 3 [of the commentary above]. Lon 
don, 1766. f. 

Discourse about tradition. (In Cardwell, E. Tracts 

on points at issue, v. 3. 1837.) 

See also Lowth, W. Com. on the prophets 
(a continuation of I . s Commentary). 1766. 
Patrick, Win. Sketches of Canterbury, N. II. (In New 
Hamp. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 4. 1834.) 




Patrick, Society of Friendly Sons of St. See Society of 

Friendly Sons of St. P. 

Patrie I drains hUtorique. See Sardou, V. 
Patriot, The; addressed to the elector* of Or. Brit.; by S. 

Johnson. London, 1774. 8. (B681) 
Patriot, The; a drama. See Stevens, O. L. (D 45) 
Patriot boys and prison pictures ; by Edmund 

Kirke [J. It. Gihnore]. Boston, 1866. 12. 
Patriot chief; a tragedy. See Markoe, P. 
Patriotic Bank. Facts, and elucidations as connected with 

the management of the Patriotic Bank. Wash., 

1829. 8. (C 197) 
Patrioticus, jiseud. Solid reasons for continuance of war, 

etc. London, 1807. 8. (B 783) 
Patriotism. BYEKLEY, T., and ROBERTSON, J. C. (In 

their Percy anecdotes, v. 1. 1823.) 

CARPENTER, L. Disc, on Christian patriotism. Lon 

don, 1838. 8. (B 1745) 

ESSAY on patriotism. London, 1769. 8. (B705) 

KING, T. 8. Patriotism. (In hi* Patriotism. 1864.) 

Lyt L RCUS, the. Attic orator. Oratio contra Leocratem. 

See Lycurgus. 

PRICE, it. Discourse on the love of our country, to 

the Society for Commem. the Revolution in Or. 
Brit. Boston, 1790. 8. (B 284) 

- ST. JOHN, II. On the spirit of patriotism, (hi his 

Letters. 1749.) 

See alto National pride. 

Patrix, Pierre. Poesie. (In Auguis, P. R. Poetes fran- 
Sois, v. 6. 1824.) 

- NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 24. 1733.) 
Patrizi (/.at. Patricius), Agostino. NICERON, J.P. (In his 

Mem., v. 7. 1729; and Germ., v. 8. 1753.) 
Patrizi, Francesco, lip., d. 1494. NICERON, J. P. (In his 

Mem., v. 36. 1736.) 
Patrizj, Francesco, d. 1597. 1 arerc in defesa di Ariosto. 

(In Tasso, T. Opere, v. 10. 1824.) 

- Res militaris Romana. (In Graevius. Tlies. antiq. 

Horn., v. 10. 1699.) 
Patrocles Mai-rdo. Fragm. (In Mueller, C. Fr. hist. Gr., 

v. 2. 1848.) 
Patroclea Thitriui. Fragm. (In Nauck, A., 

1856; and in Wagner, F. W. Fr. Kurip. 1846.) 
Patron, The ; a comedy. See Foot, S. 
Patronage ; by M. Edgeworth ; from 2d London 

ed. Phila., 1814. 3 v. 12". 

- Same. (Vol. 11, 12 of her Tales. 1825; 7, 8. 1848.) 
Patru, Olivier. Plaidoyers etautres ceuvres. Paris, 

1670. 4. 

de. a icelieu. Eloge e P. de Bellievre. Inscrip 
tion sur la porte de la salle de S. Charles de 1 Hostel- 
Dieu de Paris. Epistre ded. a II. de Mesmes. Placet 
& la reyne mere. Epltaphe pour sreur Anne, superieure 
des Hosp. de Beziers. Eloge de la Macarisc de 1 abbe 
lledelin. [8] lettrcs a Ulinde. Trad, de 1 oraison 
de Ciceron pour le poete Archias. Trad, du sermon de 
8. Chrysostome. 

- CEuvres diverses. 4e ed. Vol.2. Paris, 1732. 4. 

Contents. Same as in preceding, with addition of 
Mem. sur les assemblies du clerge. Traite des de- 
cimes. Disc. acad. sur la travail. Eclaircissement 
sur ITiist. de i Astree. [11] lettres. La vie de M. 
d Ablancourt. Disc, de M. d Ablancourt a M. Patru. 
Remarques sur les remarques de Vaugelas. 

- NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 6. 1728; and 

Germ., v. 6. 1752.) 
Patte, Pierre. Monumens a. la gloriede Louis xv ; 

proc. d une descr. des monumens anciens et 

modernes. Paris, 1765. f. 
Patten, Henry Lyman. POND, G. E. (In Higginson, T. 

W. Harvard mem. biog., v. 1. 1866.) 
Patten, Joseph. Oration, Newport, R. I., 4 July. Prov., 

1826. 8. (B 944) 
Patten, Mr*. Mary, funeral sermon on. 1808. See Muir, 

J. (B 243) 
Patten, Wm., D.D., d. 1739. Discourse, Newport, 

death of Pres. Stiles, t.p.m. [1795.] 8. (B1247) 
Discourse, Newport, Dec. 29, 1799, death of Washing 

ton. Newport, 1800. 8. (B 204, E61) 

- Reminiscences of S. Hopkins, D.D. Prov., 

1843. 16. 

Sermon, Apr. 12. Newport, [1808]. 4. (B 654) 

Sermon the Lord s day succeeding his ordination. 

n.p.. [1786]. 4. (B207) 

Patten, Win. History of -Bedford, N. H. 1851. See Wood- 
bury, P. P. 

285. (3. 4. 79.) 

Patterson. See also Paterson ; Pattison. 

Patterson, Arthur J. The Magyars ; their country 
and institutions. London, 1869. 2 v. 16. 

Patterson, Henry Stuart, M.I). Memoirs of the life and 
labors of 8. G. Morton. (In Nott, J. C.,and Glid- 
den, G. R. Types of mankind. 1854.) 

Valedictory address before the graduates of the med- 

depart. of Penn. Coll. Phila., 1844. 8". (B 1197) 

Patterson, James Willis. Responsibilities of the 
founders of republics, 258th anniv. address 
of Pophani Colony, Aug. 29. Lost., 1865. 8. 

Patterson, John. Adventures of P. ; with notices 
of the 50th or Queen s own regiment, 1807- 
51. London, 1837. 8. 

Patterson, Robert. LL.D., b. 1743. Appendage to the re 
flecting sector, capable of measuring altitudes on 
land, by reflection from an artificial horizon. 
Description of an instrument for setting up sun 
dials. Description of the operation of a simple 
apparatus which may serve as a substitute for the 
ship- pump. Improvement in the common ship- 
pump. (In Amer. Phil. Soc. Trans., n.s., v. 1. 

Patterson, Robert. Phonography. See Sharpless, T. 

Patterson, Robert, of Belfast. Introduction to 
zoology for the use of schools. Pt. 1 : In- 
vertebrata. London, 1846. 12. 

Patterson, Gen. Robert, b. 1792. Narrative of the 
campaign in the Valley of Shenandoah, 

1861. Phila., 1865. 8". 

Patterson, Robert Hogarth. Economy of capital, 
or gold and trade. Edin., 1865. 8. 

- Essays in history and art. Edin., London, 

1862. 8. 

Contents. Colour in nature and art. Real and ideal 
beauty. Sculpture. Ethnology of Europe. 
Utopias. Our Indian empire. The national life of 
China. An ideal art-congress. Battle of the styles. 
Genius and liberty. Youth and summer. Rec 
ords of the past: Nineveh and Babylon. India, its 
castes and creeds. Christopher North, in memoriam. 

- Science of finance ; a practical treatise. Edin., 

1868. 8. 

Patterson, \Vm. J. Report on the trade and com 
merce of Montreal, 1864, 68. Montreal, 
1865-69. 2 v. 8. 

Pattes demouche, Les ; comedie. See Sardou, V. 

Pattie, James ()., of Kentucky. Personal narrative 
of P. during an exped. from St. Louis to the 
Pacific Ocean, through the city of Mexico to 
Vera Cruz, various conflicts with the Indians 
and captivity ; ed. by T. Flint. Cincin., 
1833. 8. 

Pattison. See also Paterson ; Patterson. 

Pattison, Granville Sharp. Answer to Strictures on Mr. 
Pattison s reply to certain oral and written criti 
cisms , by W. Gibson. Bait., 1820. 8. (B 833) 

Correspondence between P. and N. Chapman. 2d ed. 

Phila., 1821. 8. (B 833) 

Lecture in Jefferson Med. Coll., Phila., Jan. 22, Has the 

parotid gland ever been extirpated? Phila., 1833. 
8. (B 1560, 1880, 1882) 

Refutation of certain calumnies in a pamphlet, en 

titled Correspondence between P. and N. Chapman . 
Bait., 1820. 8. (B 833) 

GIHHON, W. Strictures on Pattison s reply to certain 
oral and written criticisms. Phila., 1820. 8. (B 833) 
Pattison, Mark. Suggestions on academical or 
ganization with reference to Oxford. Edin., 
1868. 8. 

Report. See Gr. Brit. Educ. Comm. (p. 1201). 

Tendencies of religious thought in England, 1688-1750. 

(In Essays and reviews. 1860.) 

What measures are required for the further improve 

ment of the Univ. of Oxford and Cambridge? (In 

Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans.. 1868.) 
Pattison, Wm. Poetical works. (In Anderson, R. Brit. 

poets, v. 8. 1795.) 
Patton, J. Harris. History of the U. S. of Amer. 

N. Y., 1860. 8. 
Patton, Her. Wm. Familiar exposition of the Lord s prayer. 

(In Westminster Assembly. Catechism. 1835.) 




Fatten, Wm., of N. Y. Sermon, duty and importance of 
special efforts for the conversion of cities. (In Na 
tional preacher, v. 2. 1827-28.) 

Pattern, Win. Weston. Execution of J. Brown; disc., 
Chicago, Dec. 4. Chicago, [1859]. 8. (B 1244) 

Pattu. Observations eur le mouvemeut desvoitures. n.p., 
[18]. 8. (B1155) 

Rapport sur la chaux hydraulique. Caen, 1824. 8. 

(B 1155) 

Rapport sur les plaques de porcelaine. Caen, 1823. 

8. (B 1155) 
Patty, by K. S. Macquoid. Loud., N. Y., 1871. 8. 

Note. From Macmillan s mag., v. 23-24. 1871. 
Paul, St. Epistles. See Bible. N. T. (p. 289). 

DATJSQUE, C. S. Pauli sanctitudo in utero, 

extra, in solo, in coelo. Paris, 1627. 12. 

SPANHEIM, F. De sera conversions Paulina), et an- 

nexis. (In his Diss. 1679.) 

LYTTI/ETON, G., Lord. Obs. on the conversion and 

apostleship of St. Paul. (In his Works, v. 2. 1748; 
and in West, G. Defence of the Christian reve 
lation. 1748.) 

BOULLANGER, N". A. (In his GEuvres, v. 6. 1792.) 

KEMP, J. Character of Paul ; two discourses, May 17, 

1801, before the correspondent board in London of 
Soc. in Scotland for Prop. Chr. Knowl. Edin., 

1802. 8. (B 320, 845) 

MOKE, H. Essay on the character and writ 

ings of St. Paul. Boston, 1815. 2 v. 24. 
Same. (In her Works, v. 8. 1818.) 

SPICER, T. Vindication of the character of Paul. 

N. Y., 1821. 8. (B 1359) 

RENNELL, Maj. Voyage and place of shipwreck of 

St. Paul. (In Archseologia, v. 21. 1827.) 

APOSTLE Paul, The, a Unitarian. Boston, 1828. 12. 

(A. U. A., 1st ser., 19. C 168, v. 2.) 

THOLUCK, F. A. G. Einleitende Bemerkungen in das 

Stuclium der pauliuischen Briefe, die Lebensum- 
stande, den Charakter und die Sprache des Apos- 
tels betreffend. (In his Verm. Schr., v. 2. 1839.) 

Life, character, and style of St. Paul. (In Edwards, 

B. B., and Park, E. A. Selections. 1839.) 

PEARSON, J. Annales Paulini. (In his Minor theol. 

works, v. 1. 1844.) 

VISION de St. Paul, poeme du 13esiecle. (In Ozanani, 

A. F. Dante. 1845.) 

WHATELY, R. Essay [2d ser.] on some of the 

difficulties in the writings of St. Paul and 
other parts of the Testament. Lond.,1849. 8. 

LEWIN, T. Life and epistles [newly translated]. 

London, 1851. 2 v. 8. 

CONYBEARE, \V. J., and HOWSON, J. S. Life 

and epistles of St. Paul. Lond., 1854. 2 v. 4. 

BUTLER, C. M. St. Paul in Home; lectures. 

Phila., 1865. 12. 

HOWSON, J. S. Scenes from the life of St. Paul 

and their relig ious lessons. [Boston, 1866.] 
18. (Amer. Tract Soc.) 

SMITH, J. Voyage and shipwreck of St. Paul. 

3d ed., with add. proofs. London, 1866. 12. 

RENAN, E. St. Paul; tr. by I. Lockwood. 

N. Y., 1869. 8. 

ARNOLD, M. St. Paul and Protestantism. Lon 

don, 1870. 8. 
Note. From the Cornhlll mag., with additions. 

HOWSON, J. S. The companions of St. Paul. 

London, 1871. 8. 

The metaphors and companions of St. Paul. 

Boston, 1872 [1871]. 2 v. in 1. 16. 

Paul, St., pseud. Epistle to the Laodiccans. Epistle to 
Seneca, with Seneca s to Paul. Acts of Paul and 
Thecla. (In Hone, W. Apocryphal New Testa 
ment. 1832.) 

Paul, St. Vincent de. See Vincent de Paul, St. 

Paul iv. [John Peter Caraffa], Pope. CASA, G. della. In- 
struzioni e lettere int. alia tra. guerra Paolo IV c 
Carlo v. (In his Opere, v. 4. 1806.) 

NORES, P. Storia della guerra di 1 aoli IV contro gli 

Spagmioli, corred. di documenti. (In Archivio 
stor. Hal., v. 12. 1847.) 

Paul v. [Camillo Borghese], Pope. TROLLOPS, T. 
A. Paul the Pope and Paul the Friar. 
London, 1861. 16". 

Paul i., of Russia. ERMORDUNG des Kaisers Paul i. von 
Russland am 23. Milrz 1801. (In Historische Zeit- 
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POINSOT, . (In his Morts royales. 1867.) 

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Paul, Rev. Robert Bateman. Tour to Moscow in 
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Paul and Virginia; a musical entertainment. See Cobb, J. 

Paul Clifford; by Sir E. B. Lytton. Lpz., Tauch- 
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Paul et Virginie; par J. H. B. de St. Pierre. (In his 
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Paul Fane ; by N. P. Willis. N. Y., 1879. 12. 

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Paul Jones; drame. See Dumas, A. 

Paul of Aleppo. Travels of Macarius ; tr. by F. 
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Paul Pry ; a comedy. See Poole, J. 

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Paul, the Spanish sharper, The history of; by F. de Que- 
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Paul Emile. See Emili, Paolo. 

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Paulding, James Kirke. Affairs and men of New 
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Contents. The diverting history of John Bull and 
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Paulding, \Vm.I. Literary life of J. K. Paulding. 
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Paule, Sir George. Life of J. Whitgift, Abp. of 
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Paulino von Sancto Bartolomseo (orig. Joh Phil. 
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Paulus Bernriedensis. Vita 8. Gregorii vn. (In Acta 
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Same. Recog. J. H. C. Schubart. Lips., 

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Pavy, Louis Ant. Augustin, Bp. of Algeria. Du 

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Pawcatuck Library Association, Westerly. K. I. Sketch 
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AYLIFFE, J. Law of pledges or pawns as it was in 

use amongst the Romans, and is now in foreign na 
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COSTA I>E MACEDO, J. J. da, and others. Memoria 

da cotnmissao encarregada de visitar o estabeleci- 
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Paxton, James. Introduction to the study of 
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Paxton, John Adems. Stranger s guide in Phila 
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Paxton, Rev. John D. Letters from Palestine, 
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Letters on slavery to the Cumberland congre 

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Paxton, Sir Joseph. See Horticultural register. 

Paxton s magazine of botany. London, 1834-49. 
16 v. 8. 

Paxton-men. CONDUCT of the Paxton-men im 
partially represented. Phila., 1764. 12. 

Another copy. (B 611) 

Payable on demand ; a drama, by T. Taylor. (In Spencer s 

univ. stage, v. 5.) 
Payagwa. MANSFIELD, C. B. A few Payagwa words and 

some account of the Payagwns; with remarks by 

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Payen, Anselme. Precis de chimie industrielle. 

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Contents. Vol. 1. Chimie minerale. 2. Chimie 
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alimentaires. 4eed., augm. Paris, 1865. 8. 

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Payen, Jean Francois. Documents inedits sur 

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Payn, James. Bateman household. (In Chamber s j on rn., 

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Payne, A. R. Middlctoun. The Geral-Milco ; or, 

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Payne, David Beaumont. Address on the management of 

the Rank of England. (In Pamphleteer, 1816 ; v. 7 

of B 838) 

Payne, Edward. LETTER to E. Payne and II. Incbes, ref 
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Payne, George. Elements of mental and moral 

science. London, 1828. 8. 
Payne, J. French encroachments exposed; or, Britain s 

original right, etc.; two letters. London, 1756. 8. 

(B 698) 
Payne, Jacob, of Va. Narrative of tbe military and other 

events of the life of P.. [with] an antidote for the 

bite of poisonous reptiles. Petersburg, 1805. 8. 





Payne, James A., and other*. Address to the workingmen 
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Payne, John. New and complete system of uni 
versal geography ; with add. by J. Hardie. 
N. Y., 1798-99. 4 v. 8. 

Payne, John. Masque of shadows and other 
poems. London, 1870. 16". 

Payne, John Howard. Brutus ; or, The fall of 
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- Same. (In Sargent, E. Mod. stand, dr., v. 8.) 

Charles n. (hi v. 3.) tr. Therese. (In v. 14.) 
C luri ; a drama. (In v. 33.) 

SKETCH of the life of P., by one of the editors of the 

N. Y. mirror. Boston, 1833. 8. (B 1459) 
Payne, John Thomas, and Foss, II. Bibliotheca 
Greiivilliana ; bibliographical notices of rare 
books of the library of Thomas Grenville. 
London, 1842. 2 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. A-K. 2. L-Z. 

2d pt. London, 1848. 8. 

3d pt. London, 1872. 8. 

- Catalogue of books on sale. London, 1822. 8. 
Payne, Lewis. TUIAL. (In Pitman, B. Assassination of 

Lincoln and trial of the conspirators. 1865.) 
Payne, Koger, Diary of. (In Dialogue in the shades. 1821.) 
Payne, Thomas, & Son. Catalogue of books to be sold, 

1783. [London, 1783.J 8. (B 877) 

- Same. [London, 1784.J 8. (B 875) 

Same. [London, 1785. J 8. (B 875) 

Payne, Win., D.D. Discourse of the communion 
in one kind; in answer to [Bossuetl. Lon 
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Discourse cone, the sacrifice of the mass. (In Card- 

well, E. Tracts on points at issue, v. 3. 1837.) 
Payne, Wm. Introduction to geometry. London, 

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Paynter, Wm. See Painter, W. 

Payno, Manuel. The other side. 1850. See Alcaraz, R. 
Pays latin, Le ; par H. Murger. Nouv. ed. Paris, 

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Paysac, Mile. See Fausse-Lendry, P. de. marquise de. 
Paysan parvenu, Le, ou Les mem. de M***; par M. de 

Marivaux. (In hi* tEuvres, v. 8. 1781.) 
Paysanne philosophe, La; par Mme. M. A. de R. Robert. 

(In Biblioth. univ. des romans, Nouv., v. 50. 1801.) 
Paysans, Les ; par H. de Balzac. Paris, 1865. 16. 

(CEuvres, v. 38.) 
Paysans de Maisieres. The mule without a bridle. (/ 

Le Grand d Aussy, P. Fabliaux, v. 1. 1815.) 
Payson, Aurin M., and Laighton, A. Poets of 

Portsmouth. Boston, 1865. 8. 
Payson, Edward, D.D. Address to seamen, Port 
land, Oct. 28. Portland, 1821. 8. (B 339, 568, 1328) 

Discourse, Portland, May 5, before the Bible Soc. of 

Maine. Portland, 1814. 8". (B 327, 1328, 1849) 

Haksichika ik achukmo otuninchi; [sermon, tr. into 

Choctaw]. n.t.p. [1845.] 12. (E 39) 

The oracle of God; sermon, Boston, Jan. 21. Port 

land, 1824. 8. (B 956, 1328) 

Sermon; concern for the spiritual wants of man. (In 

National preacher, v. 2. 1827-28.) 

- CUMMINGS, A. Memoir of P. Portl., 1830. 8. 
Payson, Ittv. Phillips, D.D. Memorial of Lexington Battle, 

etc. ; sermon, Lexington, Apr. 19. Boston, 1782. 8 

Sermon before the Council and House of Representa 

tives of Massachusetts, 1778. (In Thornton, J. W. 
Pulpit of the Amer. Revolution. 1860.) 

Sermon, election. Boston, 1778. 8. (B 176, 180, 186) 

Sermon, Jan. 14, death of Washington. Charlestown 

1800. 8. (B 87, W 50) 

Sermon, ordin. of J. Payson, Fitcbburg, Jan 27 

Boston, 1768. 8. (B 60, 1313) 

- Sermon, ordin. of S. Payson, Lunenburgh, Sept 8. 

Boston. 1762. 8. (B 54) 

Sermon, ordin. of 8. Payson, Rindge, Dec. 4, 17S2 

Boston, 1783. 8. (B 66, 1315, C 21) 

Some select astronomical observ., Chelsea. (In Amer. 

Acad. of Arts and Sci. Mem., v. 1. 1785.) 

- Funeral sermon on. See Barnard, T. (B 963, 1222) 
Payson, Seth. Death of the godly a call to prayer ; 

sermon, funeral of L. Pilsbury, Apr. 8. Worcester, 
1819. 8. (B 1222) 

Disc., Dec. 16, 1807, ordin. of E. Payson. Portland. 

1808. 8. (B 1849) 

Ministers Christ s ambassadors; sermon, ordin. of E. 

Hill, Nov. 3, 1790. Worcester, 1791. 8. (B 164) 

- Proofs of the existence and dangerous ten 

dency of illuminism. Charlestown, 1802. 12. 

Sermon, Ashburnham, May 22, 1806, interment of J. 

Gushing, Jr. Leominster, 1807. 8. (B 915, 1007, 

Sermon, Concord, [election] June 6. Portsmouth, 

1799. 8. (B 178, 327) 

Sermon, consecration of the social lodge in Ashby, 

June 24, 1799. Amherst, N. H., 1800. 8. (B 1271) 
Payton, Walter. See Peyton, W. 
Paz, Thomas Manuel de. Al noble su sangre avisa; come- 

dia. n.p., [17]. 4. (E 112) 
Pazzi, Alessandro de. Disc. int. alia riforma dello stato di 

Firenze. 1522. (In Archivio stor. Hal., v. 1. 1842.) 
Pazzi, Alfonso de. Sonetto. ( In Trucchi, F. Poesie Hal., 

v. 3. 1847.) 

Sonetto. (In Berni, F. Opere burl., v. 3. 1824.) 
Pazzi, Antonio. Ritratti di pittori esistente apprisso P. 

See Marrini, O. 
Pazzi, Piero de. BISTICCI, V. da. Commentario della vita, 

di P. de Pazzi. (In Archivio stor. Hal., v. 4. p. 2. 


Pazzi, di Firenze, Famiglia di. (In Litta, P. Fam., v. 10.) 
Pea Ridge, Arkansas, Battle of. BAXTER, W. 

Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove ; or, Scenes 

and incidents of the war in Arkansas. 

Cincin., 1864. 16. 
Peabody, Mrs. Holiness ; or, The legend of St. 

George ; a tale from Spencer s [sic] Faerie 

queene ; by a mother. Boston, 1836. 12. 
Peabody, Andrew Preston. Address before the 

Suffolk Temperance Union, March 15. Boston, 

1868. 16". (B 1927) 

The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign 

Missions. From the N. American rev., Apr. Bos 
ton, 1862. 8. (B 1927) 

The analogy of nature and the Bible; Dndleian lecture, 

Harvard Univ., May 14. Camb., 1856. 8. (B 1927) 

Anti supernaturalism ; sermon, before the senior class 

of the Divinity School in Harvard Univ., July 13. 
Camb., 1845. 8. (B 1927, H 3) 

Appeal to the young. Portsmouth, 1848. 8. (C 209) 

The atonement; discourse, ordination, A. Wheeler, 

Blandish, Jan. 14. Limington, 1835. 8. (B 1164, 

Baccalaureate sermon. (In Harvard Univ. Clan* of 

1862.64,65,67.70-71,72. B 1927) 

The Bible the manual of morals; address before the 

Mass. Bible Soc., May 23. Bost., 1870. 16. (B 1927) 

The Bible the source of light; sermon, Portsmouth, 

N. H., Jan. 13, anniv. of the Rockingham Co. Bible 
Soc. [Portsmouth,] 1864. 8. (B1927) 

Biography of Saml. C. Haven. (In Higginson, T. W. 

Harvard mem. biog., v. 2. 1866.) 

Christ the image of God : disc., ordin. of Rev. H. Em- 

mons, Dunstable. N. H., June 10. Nashua, 1835. 8. 
(B 1322) 

- Christian consolations ; sermons designed to 

furnish comfort and strength to the afflicted. 
3d ed. Boston, Portsmouth, 1857. 12. 

Christianity the religion of nature ; lect. before 

the Lowell Institute. Boston, etc., 1864. 12. 

The coming of Christ. Boston, 1841. 16. (B 1927) 

The connection between science and religion ; oration 

before the Phi Beta Kappa Soc. of Harvard Univ., 
Aug. 28. Boston, 1845. 8. (B 1927, H 2) 

Conversation ; its faults and its graces. New 

ed., with additions. Boston, 1867. 12. 
Contents. Peabody, A. P. Address before the New- 
buryport Female High School, Dec. 19, 1846. Trench, 
F. Lecture, Reading, Eng., Dec. 19, 1854. Gwynne, 
P. A word to the wise. Mistakes and improprieties 
in speaking and writing corrected, from -Never to late 
to learn and Common blunders in speaking and writ 
ing . 

Essay on prophecies relating to the Messiah. Boston, 

1835. 8. (C 184, D 64) 

Fidelity in duty, not accuracy in belief, our test of the 

Christian character. Boston, n.d. 16. (B 1927) 

Forgiveness; sermon, ordin. of II. Stebbins, Fitchburg, 

Mass., Nov. 5. Fitchburg, 1851. 8. (B 1322) 

Free agency and moral inability reconciled; sermon, 

installation of Rev. C. Lowe, Salem, Sept. 27. Sa 
lem, 1855. 8. (B 1322) 




The Hawaiian Islands, as developed by missionary 

labors. From the Boston rev., May. Boston, 1865. 
8. (B 1927) 

The immutable right; oration before the Phi Beta 

Kappa Soc. of Brown Univ., Aug. 31. Boston, 

1858. 8. (B 1927) 

The importance of opinions. From Monthly relig. 

magazine. Boston, 1847. 12. (C 209) 

Jesus our master and Lord; sermon, ordin. of II. F. 

Jenks, Fitchburg, Mass., Apr. 10. Boston, 1867. 16". 
(B 1927) 

Lessons from our late rebellion ; address, anniv. of the 

Amer. Peace Soc., Mayl9. Bost., 1867. 8. (B1921) 

Manners; an address. Bost., Camb., 1871. 16. 
- Memoir of C. Borroughs. Camb., 1871. 16. (B1927) 

Memorial of J. W. Foster ; ed. by A. P. Pea- 

body. Portsmouth, [X. H.], 1852. 12. 

Nature and influence of war; address before the Amer. 

Peace Soc., May 20. Boston, 1843. 8. (B 1181) 

Old age; sermon, Epping, N. H., Dec. 27, 1850, inter 

ment of W. Plumer. Portsmouth, 1851. 8. (B1927) 

On religious forms. Boston, 1848. 16". (B 1927) 

Our conversation in heaven; sermon, Jan. 23, Sunday 

after the death of M. L. Lothrop. Boston, 1859. 8. 
(B 1246) 

Physical and mental training ; disc., Portsmouth, N.H., 

Nov. 25. [Portsmouth. 1855?] 8. (B 1927) 

Progress in Christ, not beyond Christ; sermon, instal 

lation of A. J. Rich, Brookfield, Mass. Springfield, 
1870. 8. (B 1927) 
Quench not the spirit. Boston, 1849. 12. (C 209) 

Religious experience. Concord, 1834. 8. (D 62) 

Reminiscences of European travel. N. Y., 

1868. 16. 

Reverence and family discipline; two sermons, Ports 

mouth, N. H., Thanksgiving, Nov. 25, and on Nov. 
28. Portsmouth, 1841. 8. (B 1254) 

Review of the Bibliotheca Sacra. From the North 

Amer. rev., Jan. Andover, 1864. 8. (B 1927) 

The revival of religion; sermon at Portsmouth. 2d ed. 

Boston, 1840. 12. (C 209) 

The Scripture doctrine of Christ; three sermons, 

Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 25, 1859, and Jan. 15. 
Portsmouth, 1860. 8. (B 1927) 

Sermon, closing of the Sunday School room in Court 

St., Feb. 15. Portsmouth, 1857. 8. (B 1327) 

Sermon, installation of C. E. Grinnell as pastor of the 

Harvard Church, Charlestown.Mass., Nov. 10; with 
suppl. Charlestown, 1869. 8. (B 1927) 

Sermon on the end of the world, Portsmouth, n.p., 

[18]. 8. (B1778) 
Sermon, Portland, Me., funeral of I. Nichols. Boston, 

1859. 8. (B 1927) 

Sermon, Portsmouth. N. H., Oct. 24, the 25th anniv. 

of his ordination. Portsmouth, 1858. 8. (B 1927) 

Sermon, funeral of C. C. Felton, President of Harvard 

Univ. Cambridge, 1862. 8. (B 1540) 

Sermon [on revivals], n.t.p. [18.] 8. (C 184) 

Sermons for children. Boston, 1867. 24. 

The sovereignty of law; a lecture. (In Boston lec 

tures. Christianity and scepticism. 1870.) 

Spiritualism; sermon, Portsmouth, N. H., Jan. 31. 

[Portsmouth, 1858.1 8. (B 1927) 

The student s duty to his parents; sermon, Cambridge, 

Sept. 18. Camb., 1864. 8. (B 1591) 

Triumphs of war; sermon, fast, Apr. 15. Portsmouth, 

1847. 8. (B 1260) 

Two sermons, Sunday succeeding the interment of J. 

W. Foster, Jan. 18. Portsmouth, 1852. 8. (B1215) 

Uses of classical literature ; address before the United 

Literary Soc. of Dartmouth Coll., July 26. Boston, 
1843. 8. (B1575) 

What the physician should be; address, commence 

ment of the Medical School of Harv. Univ., at the 
Medical Coll., Boston, Mar. 9. Camb., 1870. 8. 
(B 1927, H 8) 

Who is my neighbor? sermon before the Soc. for the 

Relief of Aged Females, at Newburyport, Mass., 
Dec. 13, 1840. Newburyport, 1841. 8. (B 1328) 

The will and the affections; sermon, ordination of R. 

Pike, Feb. 8. Boston, 1843. 8. (B 1322) 

The Word of God not bound ; sermon, June 4. Ports 

mouth, 1854. 8. (B 1299) 

Work of the ministry; sermon before the graduating 

class of the Meadville Theol. School, June 26. Bos 
ton, 1850. 8. (B 1574) 

Numerous articles.] (In Christian exam, and in N. 

Amer. rev.) 

Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer. ./Esthetic papers. 
Boston, 1849. 8. 

De Gerando. (In N. Amer. rev., v. 92. 1861.) 

First lessons in grammar on the plan of Pes- 

talozzi. Boston, 1830. 12. 

Instruction in history. (In Amer. Inst. Instr. Lect., 


- Key to history. Pt. 2 : Hebrews. Boston, 
1833. 12. 

Moral culture of infancy and kindergarten guide. 1863. 

See Mann, M. P. 

Polish-American system of chronology from 

Bern s Franco - Polish method. Boston, 
1850. 12 and Blanks f. 

Record of conversations on the Gospels in Al- 

cott s school. Boston, 1836-37. 2 v. 12. 

Records of a school [taught by A. B. Alcott]. 

Boston, 1835. 12. 

- Same. 2d ed. Boston, N. Y., 1836. 12. 

Universal history ; arranged to illustrate Bern s 

Charts of chronology . N. Y., 1859. obi. 8. 
Peabody, Ephraim. Address at the centennial cele 
bration, Wilton, N. H. Boston, 1839. 8. 

- Another copy. (B 1697) 

Christian days and thoughts. Bost., 1858. 8. 

Discourse, death of S. "S. Wilde. Boston, 1855. 8. 

(B 1228) 

- Lessons on the Old Testament. Boston, 1852. 


Life of S. Appleton. (In Hunt, F. Lives of Amer. 

merchants, v. 1. 1856.) 

Pauperism in Boston; sermon, Mar. 18. Boston, 1849. 

8. (B1464) 

The seen and unseen. (In Boston book, 4th col. 


Sermon before the Boston Fraternity of Churches, 

Apr. 2. Boston. 1846. 8. (B 1646, 1649) 

Sermon, death of F. T. Gray. Boston, 1855. 8. (B 

1216, 1245) 

- Sermons, with a memoir [by S.A.Eliot]. Bos 

ton, 1857. 12. 

Slavery in the U. S., its evils, alleviations, and reme 

dies. Boston, 1851. (B 1478, 1668) 

ROHRINS, C. Character of P. Camb., 1857. 8. (B 


Several articles.] (In Christian exam, and in N. 

Amer. rev.) 

Funeral sermon on. 1856. See Bartol, C. A. ; Put 

nam, G. (B 1222) ; Weiss, J. (B 1594) 
Peabody, Everett. PEABODY, F. H. (In Higginson, T. 

W. Harvard mem. biog., v. 1. 1866.) 
Peabody, Francis. UPHAM, C. W. Memoir of P. (In 

Essex Inst. Hist, col., v. 9. 1868.) 
Peabody, Francis H. See Peabody, Everett. 
Peabody, George. Address at the opening of the 

Eastern R. R. between Boston and Salem, Aug. 27. 

Salem, 1838. f. (B 1815) 

Letter and instrument of gift to the Society, by P. (In 

Mass. Hist. Soc. Proc., 1866-67.) 

Letter, London, Nov. 13, 1854, in regard to D. E. 

Sickles. London. 1854.] 4. (A 64) 

BOURNE, H.R. F. (In ?iis London merchants. 1869.) 

PROCEEDINGS at the reception in honor of P., 

Danvers, Oct. 9, 1856 ; also, Historical sketch 
of the Peabody Institute. Boston, 1856. 8. 

STEVENS, H. Account of the proc. at the din 

ner given by P. to the Americans connected 
with the Great Exhibition, Oct. 27. Lon 
don, 1851. 8. 

funeral eulogy on. 1870. See Winthrop, R. C. (B 


Peabody, Joseph, and others. Memorial to Congress on 
the discontinuance of restrictions on commerce. 
Salem, 1820. 8. (B 533) 

WARD, G. A. Life of P. (In Hunt, F. Lives of 

Amer. merchants, v. 1. 1856.) 

Peabody, Nathaniel. The art of preserving teeth. 2d ed. 
Salem, 1828. 8. (C 270) 

- BlOG. notice of P. (In Mass. Med. Soc. Mod. comm., 

v. 9. 1860.) 

Peabody, Oliver. Essay to revive, etc., sermon, Hon. Ar 
tillery Company, June 5. Boston. 1732. 8. (B 327) 

The foundations, etc., of a good and bad hope of sal- 

vation ; sermon, June 8. Boston, 1742. 8. (B 44, 75, 




That ministers are to separate men to the work of the 

ministry; sermon. Boston, 1736. 8. (B 1074) 

MEMOIR of 1 . (In New Hamp. Hist. Soc. Col., v.3. 


Peabody, Oliver Wm. Bourne, b. 1799, il. 1848. Life of I. 
1 utnam. (ht Sparks, J. Amer. biog., v. 7. 1837.) 
Life of J. Sullivan. (In v. 13. 1844.) 

Poem, 200th amiiv. of the settlement of N. II. (In 

New Hamp. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 6. 1850.) 

FELLOWS, J. Notices of Peabody s life of Putnam. 

(In his Veil removed. 1843.) 

Peabody, Samuel, et al., lilietlantn. REPORT of a cnse de 
cided in the district court of the U. 8., [upon] prop 
erty found derelict on the seas. Boston, 1829. 8. 
(B 1437) 

Peabody, Stephen. Sermon, Concord, N. H., election, June. 
Concord, 1797. 8. (B 327) 

Peabody, Wm. Bourne Oliver, b. 1799, d. 1847. 
Catechism for the use of children. Boston, 
1849. 18". 

Discourse in memory of J. A. Emery. Camb., 1842. 8. 


Duties and dangers of those who are born free; ser 

mon, election, Jan. Boston, 1833. 8. (B 1069, 1695, 
1802, 1830) 

Come and see; duty of those who dislike and dread 

the sentiments of other Christians. Springfield, 
1833. 8 U . (B1299) 

Life of A. Wilson. (In Sparks, J. Amer. biog., v. 2. 

1834.) Life of Cotton Mather. (In v. 6. 1836.) 
Life of D. Brainerd. (In v. 8. 1837.) Life ot J. 
Oglethorpe. (In v. 12. 1844.) 

Report on birds. /See Mass, Commissioners on the 

Zoological Purvey (p. 1891). 

Sermon; religion recommended to the young. (In 

Liberal preacher, n.s., v. 3. 1830.) 

Peabody Institute, Jialtimore. See Baltimore. Peabody 
Institute (p. 195). 

Peabody Institute, No. Danvtrs, afterwards Pea- 
body. Catalogue of the library. Boston, 
1855. 8". 

Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnol 
ogy. Circular from the Executive Committee. 
ABORIGINAL relics belonging the Society to be de 
posited in the 1 eabody Museum. (In Mass. Hist. 
Soc. 1 roc., 1866-67.) 

Peace. EUASMUS, I). The complaint of peace; 
trans. [15717] London, 1802. 8. (B 131, 704) 

Extracts from the writings of E. on war. [1523.] 

London, 1817. 8. (B 542) 

Frtnch. Extraits des umvres d E. sur la question de 

la guerre. Londres, 1822. 8. (B 542) 

CALLOT, J. Les miseres et les malheurs de 

la guerre. Paris, 1633. 8". 

SOCINUS, F., </. 1604. Responsio ad J. Palaeologum 

pro Racoviensibus. (In hia Opera, v. 2. 1656.) 

WOLZOGEN, J. L. Annotationes ad Questiones, [et] 

Responsio ad Annotationes in annotationes J. 
Schlichtingli de magistratu, bello, defensioue. (In 
his Opera. 1656.) 

PRZII-COVIUS, 3., (/. 1670. De jure Christian! magis- 

tratuH [et] privatorum in belli pacisque negotiis. 
(In his Cogitat. sacra?. 1692.) 

APPLETON, N. Origin of war examin d; sermon. 

Boston, 1733. 8. (B 86) 

TENNENT, G. The late assoc. for defence encouraged; 

sermon. Phila., [1748]. 8. (B 862) 

BENEZET, A. Plainness of the Christian religion 

[against war]. Phila.. 1782. 8". (B 201) 

FISH, 3. Humble address shewing a means to prevent 

wars. Norwich, 1793. 8". (W 16) 

CLAIMS of peace on cities, n.t.p. [18.] 8. (B 1199) 

MEDIATOR S kingdom, The, not of this world. N. Y., 

1809. 8". (B 608) 

Dt TY of a Christian in a trying situation; letter to the 

author of The Mediator s kingdom . N. Y., 1810. 
8. (B 273, 608) 

REMARKS upon an anonymous letter, The duty of a 

Christian in a trying situation . N. Y., 1810. 8. (B 

BIBLE, The, and the sword; or, The appointment of 

the general fast vindicated; address [on] the pro 
priety of opposing British piracy and outrage. 
Bait., 1812. 8. (W9) 

PORTER, II. Peace and war; sermon. Portsmouth, 

1812. 8. (B 915) 

BOGLE, D. Extract from a discourse on universal 

peace, Oct. 1813. n.t.p. [1813.] 8. (B 1786) 

LABAUME, E. Coup d ceil sur les horreurs de la 

guerre. [1814.] Londres, 1822. 8. (B 542) 

- Eng. Sketches of the horrors of wnr; from hia cam 
paign in Russia; tr. by E. Rees. London, 1818. 8 
(B 449, 542) 

MOTT, J. Lawfulness of war for Christians, examined. 
N. Y., 1814. 8. (B477) 

PAHSONS, F. Christianity a system of peace. 
New Bedford, 1814. 16. 

WORCESTER, N. Solemn review of the custom of 
war. 11814.] 5th ed. Cnmb., 1816. 8. (B 542) 

- - Same. Providence, 1818. 8. (B 1786) 

- - Same, llth Amer. ed. Boston, 1833. 8. (B 1088. 

1165, 1768, 1786, 1843, 1888, 20161 

- CHANNING.W. Sermon on war before the Convention 

of Congregational ministers. Boston, 1816. 8 (B 
307, C 145) 

- - Same. (In his Works, v. 3. 1847.) 

- HKATON.A. War and Christianity contrasted. N. Y., 

1816. 12". (C 174) 

- MASS. PEACE Soc. Circular. Camb., 1816. 8. (B 

1003, 1274) 

- THOUGHTS on the advantages of those who hold the 

doctrine of peace, etc. N. Y., 1816. 8. (B 1274) 

- WHELPLEY, 8. Letters addr. to C. Strong; 

war inconsistent with the laws of Christ, etc. 
N. Y., 1816. 8. 
- Same. 2d ed. Phila., 1817. 8. 

- WORCESTER, N. The friend of peace. Camb., 

1816-24. 2 v. 8. 

- CLARKSON, T. Essay on the doctrines and practice of 

the early Christians as they relate to war. 2d ed. 
London, 1817. 8. (B 542) 

- - French. Essai sur la doctrine et la pratique des 

Eremiers Chretiens, en ce qui concerne la guerre, 
.ondres, 1822. 8. (B 542) 

- DAWES, T. Address to the Mass. Peace Society, n.n., 

1817. 8. (B 938, 1274) 

- SCOTT, J. War inconsistent with the doctrine and ex 

ample of Jesus Christ. 2d ed. London, 1817. 8". 

- - French. La guerre en opposition avec la doctrine et 

1 exemplede Jesus-Christ. Loud., 1822. 8. (B 542) 

- GALLISON, J. Address, 4th anniv. of the Peace Soc., 

Dec. 15, 1819. Cnmb., 1820. 8. (B 565) 

- QUINCY. J. Address, fifth anniv. of the Mass. Peace 

Soc , Dec. 25, 1820. Camb., 1821. 8. (B 2014, W 6) 

- NATIONAL dangers and means of escape, n.t.p. 

[Boston, 1821?] 8. (W 6) 

- BOGUE, D. De la paix universelle. Londres, 1822. 

8. (B542) 

- SULLIVAN, R. Address, 7th anniv. of the Mass. Peace 

Soc., Dec. 25, 1822. Camb., 1823. 8". (W 6) 

- WORCESTER, N. Coup d ceil raisonne sur la guerre. 

Londres, 1822. 8. (B 542) 

- ANDERSON, W. Answer to. a letter to the King, by 

T. Thrush. Portsea, 1825. 8. (B 542) 

- DYMOND, J. Applicability of the pacific principles 

of the New Testament to the conduct of states. 
2d ed. London, 1825. 8. (B 542) 

Same. 1st Amer. from 2d London ed. Brooklyn, 

1832. 8. (B 1049, 1786) 

- EXAMINATION of the principles considered to support 

the practice of war; by a lady. London, 1825. 8. 

- LADD, W. Address at the 10th nnniv. of the Mass. 

Peace Soc., 1825. Boston, 1826. 8. (B 565, 1715) 

- THRUSH, T. Letter to the editor of the Monthly mag. 

on the unlawfulness of war. York, 1826. 8. (B542) 

Observations on the causes of war. Pt. 2. York, 

1826. 8. (B 542) 

- WELCH, J. A. Address before, the Windham County 

Peace Soc. Brooklyn, Conn., 1828. 8. (B 938) 

- BLANCIIARD, J. P. Address to the Mass. Peace Soc. 

Boston, 1829. 8". (B 938, 1843) 

- KELLOGG, E. B. War contrary to the Gospel ; sermon, 

before the Peace Soc. of Windham Co., Feb. 4. 
Prov., 1830. 8. (B 1786) 

- MEAD, A. Christians should unite to disseminate the 

Principles of peace; sermon before the Hartford 
o. Peace Soc., East Windsor, Sept. 30. Hartford, 
1830. 8. (B 1786) 

- PACIFICUS, psewi. Appeal to Amer. Christians on 

the practice of war. N. Y., 1830. 8. (B 1786) 

- PHILANTHROPOS, pseud. Illustration of the 

principles of war and peace. Albany> 1831. 

Disg. on a congress of nations. [N. Y.,] 1832. 8". 


- (iuiMKi:. T. 8. Address on the truth of the princi 

ples of peace, New Haven, May 6. Hartford, 1832. 
8. (B 1072, 1786) 




GURNEY, J. J. Essay on war and its lawfulness under 

the Christian dispensation. Loud. ,1833. 8. (B1073) 

HENRY, C. 8. Discourse before the Hartford Co. 

Peace Soc., Dec. 25, 1833. Harlford, 1834. 8. (B1239) 

HICKOK, L. 1*. Address before the Conn. 1 eaee Soc. 

Hartford, 1833. 8. (B 1072, 1100) 

DYMOND, J. Inquiry into the accordancy of 

war with the principles of Christianity ; ed. 
by T. S. Grimke. Phila., 1834. 12. 


19th, 25th annual report. [London , 18fi3-]41. 2 v. 
8. (B 1180) 

UPHAM, T. C. Manual of P. N. Y., 1836. 8. 
Same. Boston, Mass. Peace Soc., 1842. 16. 

PniLANTHROPUS,ps<i/. Duty of females to promote 

the cause of peace. Boston, 1836. 8. (B 1169) 

STEUHINS, R. P. Address before the Bowdoin St. 

Young Men s Peace Society. Boston, 1836. 8. (B 
1121, 1239) 

HANCOCK, T. Principles of peace exemplified. 

Boston, 1838. 12". 

CIIANNING, W. E. Lecture on war. Boston, 1839. 

8. (B 1697) 
Same. (In his Works, v. 5. 1847.) 

CLAUKSON, T. The early Christians on war. Boston, 

[184-?]. 8. (C272) 

AMERICAN PEACE Soc. Prize essays on a con 

gress of nations. Boston, 1840. 8. 

FOLLEN, C. T. C. Peace and war. (In his Works, 

v. 5. 1841.) 

COLES, S. E. War and Christianity ; address, Aruer. 

Peace Soc. Boston, 1842. 8. (B 1184, 1734) 

JAY, W. War and peace; evils of the first, and a 

plan for preserving the last. N. Y., 1842. 12. (C 183) 
PARIS. Society tie la Morale Ckrvtienne. Distribu 
tion of prizes in Paris, on peace. London, 1842. 
12. (C183) 

PEAIJODY, A. P. Nature and influence of war; addr. 

before the Amur. Peace Soc., May 29. Boston, 1843. 
8. (B 1181) 

CIIANNING, W. Thoughts on peace and war; ad 

dress before the Amur. Peace Soc. Boston, 1844. 8. 
(B 1197, 1733) 

HAM,, E. B. Christians forbidden to fight; address 

before the H. 1. Peace Soc., June 30. Prov., 1844. 
8. (B1734) 

SUMNEH, C. The true grandeur of nations; oration, 

July 4. 2ded. Boston, 1845. 8. (B 1734) 

PARKER,! . A sermon of war. Boston, 1846. 8. (B 


RIDDLE, D.H. Means of peace; sermon, Pittsburgh, 

July 12. Pittsburgh, 1846. 8. (B 1300) 

BECKWITH, G. C. Peace manual. Boston, 

1847. 18. 

SUMNER, C. The war system of the commonwealth of 

nations; address before the Amer. Peace Soc. (In 
hi* Orations, v. 2. 1850.) 

DE Q.UINCEY, T. On war. (In his Narrative papers. 


HELPS, A. War. (In his Friends in council, n.s.,v. 1. 


RUSKIN, J. The crown of wild olive ; on war. 

N. Y., 1866. 12. 

HELPS, A. Conversations on war and general 

culture. London, 1871. 8". 

FRIEND of peace ; by Philo Pacificus [N. 

Worcester], Vol. 1-4. Boston, 1815-27. 

4 v. 8". 

Same. Vol.1. Boston, 1815. 8. (B 1274) 

Same. Camb., 1816-24. 2 v. 8". 

- HERALD of peace. Vol. 3. London, 1821. 8. 

- Same. N.s., v. 1-4, 6-8. London, 1822-32. 

5 v. 8. 

- Same. N.s., v. 1. London, 1838-39. 8. 
Peace, The Prince of. See Godoy, M. de, Principe de la Pats. 
Peace and harmony restored ; account of the 

agreement between burgher and antiburgher 
seceders and reformed Presbytery in N. 
America, 1782. Glasgow, 1783. 8. 
Peace calumet, The. Vol. 1, 1831-34. N. Y., 
n.d. 8". 

Note. New series of the Harbinger of peace. 

Peace campaigns of Ensign Faunce; by M. South. (In 

Eraser s mag., v. 39-41. 1849-50.) 
Peace Jubilee. See Boston. Hixlory (p. 343). 
Peace Society. AV? American Peace Society (p. 79). 
Peace Soc. of Windham Co. Institution, etc. Brooklyn, 

1827. 8. (B 1093) 
Peace without dishonor, war without hope; [by J. Lowell]. 

Boston, 1807. 8. (B 432, 532, 1879, 2019, 2520, 2525) 
Peacham, Edmond. BACON, /Sir V. Prosecution of I . 

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Peacham, Henry. Sights and exhibitions in Eng. (In Rye, 

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Peacock, Edward. English church furniture and 

decorations; list of goods destroyed, 1566. 

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See also Catalogue of the dukes, etc. 
Peacock, liev. George. Arithmetic. (In Smedley, 

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Collection of examples of the applications of 

the differential and integral calculus. Camb ., 

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- Life of T. Young. London, 1855. 8. 
Peacock, Robert Backhouse. On some leading charac 
teristics of Northumbrian. (In Philological Soc. 
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Peacock, Thomas. Tutor s assistant modernised. 

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Peacock, Thomas B., M.D. Malformations of the 

human heart. 2d ed. London, 1866. 8. 

Various articles.] \In Anthropolog. Soc. Mem., v. 1. 


Peacock, Thomas Love. Headlong Hall and 
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Melincourt ; or, Sir Oran Haut-ton. London, 

1856. 16. 

- The philosophy of melancholy ; a poem ; with 

a mythological ode. London, 1812. 4. 

Peak, Rev. John. Sermon on sanetification. Newburyport, 
1808. 8. (B 327) 

Peake, James. Rudiments of naval architecture. 
2ded. London, Wealc, 1855. 12. 

Peake, John. Admonitory hints on the use of sea 
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Peake, Richard Brlnsley. Blanche of Jersey ; a musical ro 
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Peaks, passes, and glaciers. See Ball, J. 

Peale. See also Peel; Peele. 

Peale, Charles Wilson. Corn shelling machine. (In Phil. 
Agric. Soc. Mem., v. 3. 1814.) 

Disc, introd. to a course of lectures on the science of 

nature, etc.. Nov. 8. Phila., 1800. 8. (B 418) 

Epistle on the means of preserving health, etc. Phila., 

1803. 8. (B465) 

Introduction to a course of lectures on natural history. 

Phila., 1800. 8. (B 422) 

Peale, Rembrandt. Historical disquisition on the mammoth. 
London, 1803. 8. (B 737) 

ODE suggested by P. s national portrait of Washington. 

Phila.; 1824. 8. (W 11) 

Peale, Titian R. Method of preserving lepidoptera. (In 
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awl Green, J. Description of two new species of the 

Linnean genus lacerta. (In Acad. of Nat. Sci. 

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Pear, The. FIELD, T. W. Pear culture ; manual 

for the propagation and management of the 

pear tree. N. Y., 1859. 12. 

See a I no Perry. 

Pearce. See also Pearse ; Peirce ; Pierce. 
Pearce, Aaron. Candid reasons assigned for a belief in the 

saintship of Judas Iscariot. Hartford, 1828. 8. (C 


Pearce, Dutee J. Speech on the resolution rel. to the col 
lector of Wiscasset. Wash., 1832. 8. (B 1056) 
Pearce, James Alfred. Letters on the politics of the day. 

Wash., 1856. 8. (B 1508) 




Speech on the coast survey of the U. 8., Feb. 17. 2d ed. 

Wash., 1849. 8. (B 1503) 

and others. Report of the special committee of the 
Board of Regents on the distribution of the income 
of the Smithsonian fund. Wash., 1S54. 8. (E 123) 

Pearce, Nathaniel. Life and adventures in Abys 
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Pearce, Robert llouiere. Memoirs and corresp. of 
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Pearce, Samuel. FULLER, A. Memoirs of P. ; 
with extracts from his letters. Clipstone, 1800. 8. 
(B 1886) 

.Same. [With funeral sermon by J. Ryland, 

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Boston, 1801. 12". 

Pearce, Stewart. Annals of Luzerne Co. Phila., 
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Pearce, llev. \V. H. Happy transformation. N.Y., 
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Pearce, Wm. General view of the agriculture in Berkshire. 
London, 1794. 4. (W 73) 

Pearce, Zachary, Bp. of Jinnt/or, afterwards of Rochester. 
Miracles of Jesus vindicated [against T. Woolston s 
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Reply to [Middleton s] Letter to [D.] Waterland. 

2(1 ed. London, 1732. 8. (B 119) 
Contents. Pt. 1. The proofs of Jesus s resurrection, 
and [Woolston s] Objections to it answer d. 2. Defence 
of the utory of Jesus s driving the buyers and sellers out 
of the Temple, and suffering the devils to enter into the 
herd of swine. 3. Defence of the story of the barren 
rig-tree, and turning the water into wine. 

Sermon before the Ho. of Lords, Jan. 30, 1748/9. Lon 

don, 1749. 4. (B 1465) 

Sermon before the Soc. for the Prop, of the Gospel in 

Foreign Parts, t.p.w. [London, 1730.] 8. (B 327) 

Sermon, March 14, general fast. London, 1760. 4. (B 

Sermon, Westminster, 200th year since their charter 

of foundation. London, 1760. 4. (A 59) 
Sermon, yearly meeting of the charity schools, Apr. 17. 
London, 1735. 4. (B 1267) 

Some remarks on a Reply to the Defence of the Letter 

to Waterland, etc. London, 1732. 8. (B 119) 

MIDDLETON, C. Defence of the Letter to Waterland 

against the false and frivolous cavils of the author of 

the Reply. London, 1732. 8. (B 119, 261) 
Pearl of Geneva, and other tales ; tr. from the 

French. Boston, 1844. 18. 
Pearl of Orr s Island; by II. B. Stowe. Boston, 

1862. 12. 
Pearl of Savoy, The. (In Sargent, E. Mod. stand, dr., 

v. 43.) 
Pearls. JEFFRIES, D. Treatise on diamonds and 

pearls. 4th ed. London, [I860]. 12". 
Pearsal, Oliver. Proceedings on trial. See Walker, T. 

(B 772) 

Pearse. See also Pearce; Peirce ; Pierce. 
Pearse, Edward. Beam of divine glory ; added, 

The soul s rest in God. London, 1674. 8. 
Pearse, Salem. Celestial diary, 1737, 40-49. London, 

1737-49. 11 v. 12. (E 72) 
Pearson. See also Peirson ; Pierson. 
Pearson, . Review of [his] sermon, Boston, Oct. 26, 1815. 

Charlestown, 1816. 8. (D 65) 

Pearson, C. Labour and appetite the bases of a self-sup 
porting and reformatory system of prison discipline. 

(In Nat. Assoc. Prom. Soc. Sci. Trans., 1858.) 
Pearson, Charles Buchanan. Hymns and hymn-writers. 

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Pearson, Charles Henry. Early and middle ages of 

England. London, 1861. 8. 

Historical maps of England during the first 13 

centuries; with essays. London, 1869. f. 

Some historical aspects of family life. (In Butler, J. 

E. Woman s work. 1869.) 

Working of the Australian institutions. (In Essays 

on reform. 1867.) 

Pearson, Edward. Essay on the pre-existence of 
Christ; [with] a sermon on the Trinity; 
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Pearson, Eliphalet. Forensic dispute on the legality of en 
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Historic sketch exhib. at the opening of the Theol. 

Inst. (In Andover Theol. Sem. Constitution, etc. 
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Lecture, death of J. Willard. Camb., 1804. 8 . (B 73, 

398, 854, 1238) 

Sermon, before the Amer. Soc. for Educating 1 ious 

Youth for the Gospel Ministry, Oct. 26. Andover, 
1815. 8. (B 327, 1327) 

Sermon before the Mass. Soc. for Prom. Chr. Knowl., 

Nov. 27, 1811. Camb., 1812. 8. (B 1645, 1853) 

Sermon, Nov. 3, funeral of 1". Phillips. Boston, 1812. 

8. (B 327) 

Sermon, ordin. of E. Abbot, Greenland, Oct. 27. An 

dover, 1813. 8. (B 277, 327, 1595) 

WHITMAN, B. Answer to E. IV-arson s Letter to the 

candid . Boston, 1832. 8. (E 277) 
Pearson, George. Catalogues of articles of food, 

seasonings, and drinks. London, 1821. 8. 
Pearson, George F. HEADLEY, J. T. {In his Farragut. 

Pearson, Henry Bromfield. Discourse, Harvard, annual 

fast, Apr. 16. Boston, 1848. 8. (B 1260) 

Discourse on the immortality of the soul, Harvard, 

Apr. 30. Boston, 1848. 8". (B 1299) 

Freedom vs. slavery; letters to R. Choate on his letter 

to the Whig committee of Maine. Portland, 1856. 
8. (B1480) 

Pearson, Hugh. Memoirs of C. Buchanan, D. D. 
Boston, 1818. 12. 

Memoirs of the life and correspondence of C. 

F. Swartz ; prcf., a sketch of the hist, of 
Christianity in India. Lond., 1834. 2 v. 8. 

Sermon at the festival of the Sons of the Clergy, May 

19. London, 1836. 4. (B 1270) 
Pearson, J. T. Note on the eurinorynchus griseus. (In 

Asiatic researches, v. 19, pt. 1. 1836.) 
Pearson, John, Bp. Minor theological works, col 
lected with a memoir, notes, and index by 
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Determinationes theologicae sex. Lectiones in Acta 
apostolorum. Annales Paulini. Oratione* septem in 
comitiis publicis Academise Cantabrigiensis habitse. 2. 
Conciones ad clerum sex. Three sermons preached on 
several occasions. Three tracts relating to the subjects 
of the Savoy conference. Five prefaces to different 
theological works. Dissertationes duae de serie et 
successione primorum Roma} episcoporum. App. 

Exposition of the creed. London, 1676. f. 
- Same. London, 1723. f. 

Same, abridged. By T. Bishop. London, 

1729. 8. 

No necessity of reforming the doctrine of the Church 

of England. London, 1660. 4. (B 3) 

Same. (In Hickes, G. Col. of tracts. 1709. B 903) 

HAMILTON, W. Some necessity of reformation of the 

publick doctrine of the Church of Eng. ; reply to 
Pearson s No necessity , etc. Lond., 1660. 4". (B3) 
- NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 39. 1738.) 

Pearson, John, of Darby, Penn. Dimensions of American 
trees. (In Phil. Agric. Soc. Mem., v. 1. 1808.) 

Pearson, John, surgeon. On lues venerea. Lon 
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History of disease in the head of the tibia. Use of 

opium in the venereal disease. (In Soc. Prom. Med. 
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Principles of surgery. London, 1808. 8. 

Same. Bost., 1832. 8. (Lib. of 
Pearson, John, Eq. Review of Ld. Selkirk s objections to 

a reform in the representation of the people; in a 

letter to J. Cartwright. London, 1809. 8. (B 726) 
Pearson, Rev. John Norman. Life of C. Leighton. (In 

Leighton, R. Works, v. 1. 1828.) 
Pearson, Joseph. Political dictionary. London, 1792. 8". 

(B 765) 
Pearson, Ora. Mortality in Kingston, 1725-1832. (In New 

Hamp. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 5. 1837.) 
Pearson, Richard. On bilious fevers of 1797-99. 

Birmingham, 1799. 8. 

Observ. on the epidemic catarrhal fever or influenza. 

London, 1803. 8. (B 1560) 

Thesaurus medicaminum. 4th ed. London, 

1810. 8". 




Pearson, Thomas. BIHLIOTHECA Pearsoniana ; 

catalogue of his library, sold 1788 ; [with 

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Pearson, Wm. Diss. on the mixed fever, n.t.p. [1789.] 8. 


Peasant life in Germany. See Johnson, A. C. 
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Peasantry. BONNEMEIIE, J. E. Histoire des pay- 

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Peasant s war. WEILL, A. La guerre des pay- 

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Same. Histoire de la grande guerre des pay- 

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WACHSMUTH, W. Aufctande unil Kriege der Bauern 

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Pease, Calvin. Address, inaug. as President of the Univ. of 

Vermont, Aug. 5. Burlington, 1856. 8. (B 1575) 
Pease, Ichabod, Funeral sermon on. 1842. See Hallam, 

R. A. (B 1222) 
Pease, John. Itifleman s hand-book. Boston, 

1862. 24. 
Pease, John C., and Niles, J. M. Gazetteer of 

Connecticut and Rhode Island. Hartford, 

1819. 8. 

Peaslee, Edmund Randolph. Case of amputation at the 
. shoulder joint, N. Y., 1853. 8. (B 1560) 

Case of double ovarian dropsy, n.p., [1851]. 8. (B 


Elements of medical eminence; address, Mod. Sch. 

of Me., Mar. 13. Brunswick, 1848. 8. (B 1560) 

Introductory address to the class in the Med. Sen. of 

Me., March. Concord, N. H., 1851. 8. (B 1560) 

Monograph on the fcetal circulation. N. Y., 1854. 8. 

(B 1560) 

The moral character of the medical profession ; ad 

dress, New York Medical Coll. N. Y., 1852. 8. 
(B 1560) 

Peat. ANDERSON, J. Practical treatise on peat 
moss as fuel. Edin., 1794. 8. 

HINTS for the cultivation of the peat-bogs in Ireland. 

(In Pamphleteer, 1817; v. 9 of B 838) 

JOHNSON, S. W. Peat and its uses as fertilizer 

and fuel. N.Y., 1866. 8. 

- LEAVITT, T. H. Peat as an article of fuel. 

Boston, 1865. 8. 

RIBAUCOURT, . Instruction sur les tourbieres, rel. & 

1 extraction des tourbes, etc. Paris, an XI [18031.8. 

Peau de chagrin, La ; par H. de Balzac. Paris, 
1865. 16. (CEuvres completes, v. 8.) 

Peau de tigre, La ; par T. Gautier. Paris, 1866. 

Peau du lion, La, et La chasse aux amants ; par 
C. de Bernard. Nouv.ed. Paris, 1868. 12. 

Pebblebrook and the Harding family. Boston, 
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Pebersvendene ; ved J. Ewald. (In his Samtl. Skr., v. 4. 

Pebody. See Peabody. 

Pebrer, Pablo. Taxation, revenue, statistics, etc., 
of the British Empire. London, 1833. 8. 

Pecchio, Giuseppe, conte da. Semi-serious obser 
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Visit to Greece in the spring of 1825. (In Tennent, 

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C., A. Vita di P. (In Amato. Panteon, v. 2. 1851.) 

- PALMA, A. Greece vindicated ; critical re 

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Peccioli, Domenico da. Chronica antiqua conventus Sancta? 
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FABKONI, A. (In his Mem. di piii illustri Pisani, v. 4. 


Peche, Thomas. Voyage to the Molucca and Philippine Is. 
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Peche de M. Antoine, Le ; par G. Sand [Mme. Du- 
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Pe-chee-lee. DE FONHLANQUE, E. B. Niphon 
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Pecheux, Lorenzo ? Be labeaute rel. aux arts. Sur 1 har- 
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Peck, Francis, Rector of Godeby by Melton. Aca- 
demia tertia Anglicana ; antiquarian annals 
of Stanford in Lincoln, Rutland, and North 
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Complete catalogue of all the discourses for and 

against Popery in the time of James n. London, 

1835. 4. (B 94) 

Same, incorporated in A catalogue . See Jones, T. 
- Desiderata curiosa. London, 1779. 2 v. 4". 

Peck, George. Appeal from tradition to Scripture 
and common sense ; what constitutes the 
rule of faith and practice. N.Y., 1844. 12. 

Peck, J. L. Dress and care of the feet. N. Y., 
1871. 12. 

Peck, John. Descant on the universal plan corrected, with 
Rev. L. Haynes sermon. Boston, 1823. 8. (C 272) 

Peck, John. See Fletcher, R., vs. Peck, J. 

Peck, John Mason. Gazetteer of Illinois. 2d ed. 
Phila., 1837. 12. 

New guide for emigrants to the West. Boston, 

1836. 16. 

Life of Daniel Boone. (In Sparks, J. Amer. biog., 

v. 13. 1847.) 

Sermon, death of D. P. Cook. Edwardsville, 1828. 8. 

(B 1098) 
Peck, Nathaniel, and Price, T. B., delegates to British 

Guiana and the Ixland of Trinidad. Report. 

Bait., 1840. 8. (B 1484) 
Peck, Wm. Dandridge. Catalogue of American 

and foreign plants in the botanic garden at 

Cambridge. Cambridge, 1818. 8". 

Natural history of the slug-worm. (In Mass. Hist. 

Soc. Col., v. 5. 1798.) 

Same . Boston, 1799. 8. (B 393, 835) 

CATALOGUE of the library of P., sold, Boston. Camb., 

1823. 8. (B 1122, 1617) 

TYNG, D. A. Obituary notice of W. D. Peck. (In 

Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 20. 1823.) 

Same, separately printed, n.t.p. [1823.] (B 1459) 

Peckard, P. [Life of] N. Ferrar. (In Wordsworth, C. 

Eccles. biog., v. 4. 1839.) 
Peckwell, Henry. Address. (In Glascott, C. Best method 

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Same. Tr. (In Weale, J. Quarterly papers on en 

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Pecock, Reginald. Represser of over much blam 
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LEWIS, J. Life of It. Pecock. Oxford, 1820. 8. 
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Pecorone, H ; di Ser Giovanni Florentine. Mi- 
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Pecquet, Antoine. De 1 art de negocier avec les 
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Pecquet, Jean. New anatomical experiments [resp. 
the chyle] ; also, an anatomical diss. of the 
motion of the blood and chyle, with the ana 
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Pecquet, P. La revolution americaine devoilee. 
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Le blocus americaine. See Prevost, T. 




Peculiar; by E. Sargent. N. Y., 1864. 8. 

Peculiar position ; a farce. See Planche, J. R. 

Pedalion. DESCRIPTION and application of the 1 . n.t.p. 
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Peddie, Alexander. Dipsomania. (In Nat. Assoc. Prom. 
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Pedigrees. See Genealogy ; Heraldic visitations. 

Pediment. L EVEILLE, (J. S. Considerations sur les fron 
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Pedley, Rev. Charles. History of Newfoundland 
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Pedo, C. Fragm. (In Estienne, R. Fr. poet. Lat. 1564.) 

Pedo Albinovanus, Cornelius. See Albinovanus, C. P. 

Pedona. Fragmenta chron. antiq. civitatis Pedonaa. (In 
Sardinia. Mon. hint, pat., Scr., v. 2. 1839.) 

Pedra de toch. See Secrets publichs. 

Pedra/.a, Francisco Bermudez de. See Bermudez de P. 

Pedraza, Juan de. Farsa llamada Danza de la muerte. 
(In Pedroso, E. G. Autos sacrainentales. 1865.) 

Pedro. See also Petrus. 

Pedro i. of Brazil, iv. of Portugal. HODGES, 
G. L. Narrative of the expedition to Por 
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ELOCE funebre de Don Pedro. Paris, [1834]. 4. (A 44) 

NAPIER, C. J. The war in Portugal between 

Don Pedro and Don Miguel. London, 

1836. 2 v. 12. 
Pedro i., the Cruel, King of Castile. MERIMEK, P. 

Histoire de Don Pe dre i. Paris, 1848. 8. 
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1849. 2 v. 12. 

DEI, Gratia, pseud. Historia del Rey Don Pedro, y su 

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Pedro II., of Portugal, funeral sermon on. 1707. See Fran 
cisco de Santo Thomas. (B 1863) Salgueyro, F. 

(B 1893) 

Pedro iv., of Portugal. See Pedro i., of Brazil. 
Pedro, Bunito de San. See San Pedro. 
Pedro [Gonzalez], St. LEGENDA. MIRACULA. IN so- 

lemnitate offlcium. DECRETUM Tuden. canoniza- 

tionis B. Petri. (In Florez, II. Espana sagrada, 

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Pedro da EncarnaQam. Oracani funebre nas exequias da 

rainha. Maria Sofia Isabel, 19 de Out. de 1699. Lis- 

boa, 1700. 4. (B 1863) 

Pedro de Arbues. VITA. (In Acta sanct., v. 45. 1868.) 
Pedro de Urde Mai as; por M. de Cervantes Saavedra. (In 

hi* Comedias, v. 2. 1749; and in his Obras, v. 10. 


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Namely. Gil Vicente. Arionimos. Juan de Pe 
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Peeblesshire. CHAMBERS, W. History of P. 

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Contents. Vol. 1. The Roman Catholic question. 2. 
The new government, 1834-35. Repeal of the corn 
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- Replies. (In Birmingham Chamber of Commerce. 

Memorials to P. 1843. B 1536) 

Speeches in the Ho. of Commons ; with ex 
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Contents. Vol. 1. 1810-29. 2. 1829-34. 3. 
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COPLESTON, E. Letter to P. on the effects of a varia 

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1856. 2 v. 8. 

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deduced from I . s definition of a pound . London. 
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GREG, VV. R. Sir R. P. s character and policy. (In 
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Same. (In Revue d. D. Mondes, tnai, juil., aout 

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SIR R. P. n.t.p. 8. (No. 32 of Chambers papers for 

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Peirce, Benj., b. 1809, professor in Harvard College. 
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Elementary treatise on plane geometry, printed 

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Peirce, I. B. Oration before the Hycarpedian Society, 
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Peirce, James. Animadversions upon A true re 
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The curse causeless; sermon, Exon, Jan. 30, 1716/7. 

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Same. 2d ed. London, 1717. 8. (B 107) 

Same. 5th ed. London, 1717. 8. (B 29) 

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Defence of the dissenting ministry and Presbyterian 

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Letter to Dr. Bennet cone, the non-jurors separation, 

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Same. 2d ed. London, 1717. 8. (B 101) 

2d letter to J. Eveleigh in answer to his Sober reply , 

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Paraphrase of and notes on St. Paul to the 

Colossians, Philippians, and Hebrews ; an 
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Propositions rel. to the controversy cone, the Trinity; 

letter to J. Enty. London. 1720. 8. (B 108) 

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Tractate on church music, being an extract from [his] 

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Useful ministry, An, a valid one ; sermon, Exon, May 5. 

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Same. 2d ed. London, 1714. 8. (B 27) 

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EVKI.EIGH, J. Account of the reasons why many citi 

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LETTER to P., in answer to his "Animadversions on 
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- Sermon, N. Y., death of J. Nicoll. N. Y., 1743. 8. 


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Pembroke, A^ II. Presbyterian and Congregational 
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Pen61ope ; opera. See Marmontel, J. F. 

Penelope; tragedie. See Genest, C. C. 

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Penhallow, Samuel. History of wars of New 
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Penitence. PASSAVANTI, J. Lo specchio dclla 
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Penitent female, The; or, Divine mercy displayed. Bruns 
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Penitent Females Refuge. 8th annual report. Boston, 
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DIALOGUE on the penitentiary system. Boston, 1820. 

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BRADFORD, G. State prisons and the penitentiary 

system vindicated. Charlestown, 1821. 8. (B 539, 

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GR. BRIT. Home Office. Report on the peni 

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Penkethman, John. Artachthos ; or, Book declar 
ing the assises of bread. London, 1638, 
reprinted 1748. 4. 

Penmanship. See Writing. 

Penn, . CATALOGUE of [his] library, sold 1851 ; 
[withms. prices and names]. London, n.d., 
2 pt. 8. 

Penn, Granville. The bioscope or dial of life ex 
plained; added a tr. of St. Paulinus epistle 
to Celantia on the rule of Christian life ; and 
an elementary view of gen. chronol. 2d ed. 
London, 1814. 12. 

- Comparative estimate of the mineral and Mo- 
saical geologies. 2ded. Lond., 1825. 2 v. 8. 

Examination of the primary argument of the 

Iliad. London, 1821. 8. 
Memorials of the professional life and times 

of Sir W. Penn. London, 1833. 2 v. 8. 
Penn, John. SANDERSON, J. (In his Biog. of the signers, 

v. 6. 1824.) 

Penn, Richard, Funeral sermon on. 1771. See Dnche, J. 
Penn, Wm., Sir Admiral, father of Gov. IFw.PENN, 

G. Memorials of P. Lond., 1833. 2 v. 8". 




Penn, "Win. Select works ; with life. 3d ed. 

London, 1782. 5 v. 8. 

Content-:. Vol. 1. Life. Truth exalted, in a testi 
mony against those religions formed in the darkness of 
apostasy. The sandy foundation shaken. Innoeency 
with her open face; apology to The sandy foundation". 

Letter of love to the young convinced. The people s 
ancient and just liberties asserted, in the trial of W. 
Penn and W. M. Page. The Christian Quaker and 
his divine testimony vindicated. General rule of faith 
and practice. 2. No cross, no crown. Treatise of 
oaths. 3. Case of liberty of conscience defended by 
the authority of reason, etc. Seasonable caveat against 
Popery. The proposed comprehension considered. 
Letter to the Council and Senate of Krnbden. Wisdom 
justified of her children, from the ignorance of H. llally- 
well. England s present interest considered. Letter 
to the Princess and Countess of Hertford, in Germany. 

Summons or call to Christendom. Tender advice to 
those who are sensible of the day of their visitation. 
Travels in Holland and Germany. 4. Address to 
Protestants for the promotion of virtue and charity. 
Saul smitten to the ground ; narrative of the dying re 
morse of M. Hide. Epistle to the children of light. 
England s great interest in the choice of a new Part. 
One project for the good of Eng. ; that is, our civil union 
is our civil safety. Brief examination and state of lib 
erty spiritual. General description of Pennsylvania. 
Persuasive to moderation to Dissenters. Advice to the 
Church of Eng., Koman Catholick and Protestant Dis 
senter. Just measures; epistle of peace to professors 
of truth. Athenians no noble Bureaus. 5. Key, 
opening the way to distinguish the religion of the Qua 
kers, etc. Heply to a pretended answer, by a nameless 
auth., to P. s Key . Reflections and maxims rel. to the 
conduct of human life. Brief account of the rise and 
progress of the Quakers. Primitive Christianity re 
vived. Testimony to the truth of God. Defence of a 

Eaper intitled Gospel truths . Advice of W. Penn to 
is children rel. to their civil and religious conduct. 

Account of P. s travels in Holland and Ger- 

niiiny, I(i77 ; with letters, etc. London, 
1694. 16. 

Answer to Col. R. Quarry s information against the 

government of Peun. (In Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., 
v. 2. 1827.) 

- Brief account of the rise and progress of the 

Quakers. 6th ed. Phila., 1770. 16. 

Carta a I rei de Polonia, 1677. a nombre de varloa 

Cuakeros de Duntzic. (In Perez, J. Imajen. 1849.) 
Note. Translated from the Account . 

Creeds should be expressed in the language of Scrip 

ture. (In Sparks,,!. Col. of essays, v. 4. 1824.) 

Extract from the advice to his children. No. 7. N. Y 

181S. 1-2". (C 65) 

Fragments of an apology for himself. (hi Penn. 

Hist. Soc. Mem., v. 3, pt. 2. 1806.) 

Good advice to the Church of Eng., Roman Catholic 

and Prot. Dissenter. London, 1047. 4. (B91) 

Inedited letters. (In Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., v. 3, pt. 

2. 1836; v. 4, pt. 1. 1840.) 

Instructions given by P., 1631, to his commissioners 

for settling the colony; transcribed by J. F. Fisher. 
(In Penn. Hist. Soc. Mom., v. 2. 18-27.) 

Letter to Gov. Hinckley, ltiS.3. Letteron the name of 

his colony. (In Mass. Hist. Soc. Col., v. 17. 1818.) 

Letters, with his will and codicil, ([n Penn. Hist. 

Soc. Mem., v. 1. 182t>.) Letters lo Charles II., and 
lo the Kurlof Sunderland; by .1. R. Coates. (In v. -2. 
1827.) Letter to the inhabitants of Penn.. previous 
to his departure from England for this country. 
(In v. 3, pt. -2. 1836.) Letters lo the Indians. (In 
v. 6. 18J8.) 

No cross, no crown. 8th ed. Leeds, 1743, 

42. 2 pts. 8. 

A perswasive to moderation to Dissenting Christians. 

London, 1635. 4. (B 654) 

Preface. (In Fox, G. Journal. 1763.) 

- Rise and progress of the Quakers ; Sandy 

founda tion shaken ; Innoeency with her open 
face; Letter to his wife and children. Phila., 
18oo. 12. 

Sandy foundation shaken. (Tn Sparks, J. Col. of 

essays, v. 4. 1824.) 

Speech addressed to the Provincial Council of Penn., 

Apr. 1, 1700. (In Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., v. 2. 

Three letters on persecution. Lond., 1688. 4. 

287. (22. 3. 79.) 

- ALCOTT, W. A. Sketches of P. Boston, 

1839. 8. 

BRCCE, J. Observations upon P. s imprisonment in 

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CLARKSON, T. Memoir of P. London, 1813. 

2_, oo 
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- DIXON, \V. H. Historical biography. Phila., 

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DL NLOP, J. Memoir on the controversy between P. 

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DUPONCEAU, P. S. Hist. disc, on the landing 

of P. Phila., 1832. 8. 

Same. (In Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., v. 3, pt. 2. 1836.) 

Another copy. (B 1611) 

and FISHER, J. F. Memoir on the treaty 

made by P. with the Indians, 1682. Phila., 

1836. 8. 

Note. From Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., v. 3, pt. 2. 1836. 
Another copy. (B 1180) 

ELLIS. G.E. Life of P. (In Sparks, J. Amer. biog., 

v. 22. 1847.) 

FISHER, J. F. Disc, before the Hist. Soc. of Penn., 

Apr. 9, on the private life and domestic habits of P. 
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1849. 8". 

HUGHS, M. R. Life of P. Phila., 1828. 12. 

INGERSOLL, C. J. Disc, in commemoration of the 

landing of P., Oct. 24. Phila., 182:>. S. (B 943) 

LAWTON, . Memoir of P. (In Penn. Hist. Soc. 

Mem., v. 3, pt. 2. 1836.) 

LESLIE, C. Primitive heresy revived in the faith and 

practice of Quakers; added, a friendly expostula 
tion with P. (In Itiit Theolog. works, v. 2. 1721.) 

LIFE of P. (In American Nepos. 1805.) 

MALDEN, H. (In hi* Dialing, men of mod. times, 

v. 3. 1838; v. 3 J of Lib. cut. kn.; v. 2. 1840; v. 124 
of Harper s fain, lib.) 

MARSILI.AC, J. La vie de P. Paris, 1791. 2 v. 8. 

MISOROUS, p*eu<l. The Anti-Quaker; answer to A 

treatise of oaths subscribed by a jury of twelve 
Quakers, W. Penn [and others!. London, 1676. 4. 
(C 284) 

- PAGET, J. Inquiry into the charges brought 

by Macaulay against P. London, 1858. 16. 

- PEOPLE S ancient liberties, The, asserted in the 

tryal of P., and W. Mead. [Lond.,] 1670. 4. 
- Same, (/n Phenix, v. 1. 1707; and in Penn, W. 
Select works, v. 1. 1781.) 

- PHILADELPHIA. CITIZENS. Proceedings of a 

meeting to commemorate his landing in 
America, Nov. 4 ; [with Address by P. S. 
Duponceau]. Phila., 1824. 8. 
Another i-opy. (B 1611) 

SCOTT, J. (In hi* Treatise. 1824.) 

TYSON, J. R. Examination of the various charges 

brought by historians against I , both as a man and 
as a political governor. (In Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., 
v. 2. 1827.) 

VAUX, R. Memoir on the locality of the great treaty 

between I , and the Indian natives in 1682. (In 
Penn. Hist. Soc. Mem., v. 1. 1826.) 

- WEEMS. M. L. Life of P. Phila., 1836. 12. 
Penn, Win. ABERCROMBIE, J. Documents rel. to the cel 
ebration of a late marriage [of P.]. Phila., 1809. 8". 

Penn, Win., pseud. Essays on the present crisis in the 
condition of the Amer. Indians. Boston, 1829. 8. 
(B 978, 2005) 

Penn family. WEBB, M. The Penns and Pen- 
ningtons of the 17th cent, in their domestic 
and religious life. London, 1867. 12. 

Penn monthly magazine. Phila., 1870-78. 9 v. 8. 

Penna, Juan Antonio dc la. Relation of royal festivities 
and juego de cannas, nt Madrid, to honour the es- 
pousall treaties of the Prince of Wall s and the In 
fanta Maria. (In Somers, J. Col. of tracts, v. 2. 

Penna, Orazio delta. Nachricht vom Anfangc in Tibet. 
(In Allgemeine Hist., v. 7. 1750.) 



Pennant, Thomas. British zoology. 4th ed. 

London, 1776-77. 4 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Quadrupeds. Birds. 2. Water 
fowl. 3. Reptiles. Fish. 4. Crustacea. Mol- 
lusca. Testacea. 

Genera of birds. Edin., 1773. 8. (B 738) 

History of quadrupeds. 3d ed. London, 

1793. 2 v. 8. 

Journey from London to the Isle of Wight. 

London, 1801. 2 v. 4. 
- Literary life ; by himself. London, 1793. 4. 

Outline s of the globe. London, 1798-1800. 

4 v. 4. 

Contents. Vol. 1, 2. Hindostan. 3. India extra 
Gangem. China. Japan. 4. Malayan Isles. 
New Holland. Spicy Islands. 

Some account of London. 3d ed. London, 

1793. 4. 

Tour in Wales, 1770. Lond., 1778-81. 2 v. 4. 
Tours in Scotland. (In Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., 

v. 3. 1809.) 

JARDINE, SirW. Memoir. (In his Nat. lib., Ornith., 

v. 2. 1833.) 

Pennington, George James. Epigrammata tiumismate 
annuo dignatn, Cantab, n.p., 1817. 8. (B 1236) 

Senarii Graeci praemio Porsoniano dignati, Cantab. 

n.p., 1817. 8. (B 1236) 
Pennington, Isaac. SCOTT, J. (In his Treatise. 1824. 

Pennington, Rev. Montagu. Memoirs of Mrs. E. 

Carter. 3d ed. London, 1816. 2 v. 8. 

Account of the life of Miss C. Talbot. (In Talbot, C. 

Works. 18] 2.) 

Pennington, Lady S. Mother s advice to her 
daughters [with Mrs. Chapone s letters]. 
Boston, 1822. 12. 

Same. (In Instructions for a young lady. 1773; 

and in Ladies pocket library. 1797.) 

Pennington, Wm. Opinion of P.; argument of Mr. Arm 
strong and letter of Mr. Maxwell. Wash., [1838]. 
8. (B1431) 

Pennington family. WEBB, M. The Penns and 
Penningtons of the 17th century in their do 
mestic and religious life. London, 1867. 12. 


Assembly. Pennsylvania archives ; ed. by S. 

Hazard. Phila., 1852-56. 12 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Aug. 1664 - Sept. 1747. 2. May 

1748 - Sept. 1756. 3. Oct. 1756 - Nov. 1760. 4. July 

1760- July 1776. 5. Aug. 1776 - Nov. 1777. 6. Nov. 

1777 - Oct. 7, 1778. 7. Oct. 8, 1778 - Nov. 2, 1779. 8. 

Nov. 3, 1779 -Mar. 12, 1781. 9. Mar. 12, 1781 -Mar. 13, 

1783. 10. Mar. 13, 1783 - May 31, 1786. 11. June 8, 

1786 -Dec. 1, 1790. 12. Appendix: Dec. 2, 1790- 

Jan. 10, 1791. Appendix. 

Laws, Oct. 1700 -Oct. 1790. Phila., v. 1, 

1797. v. 2, 1793. 2 v. f. 

Committee of Safety. Minutes, June 30, 1775 - Nov. 

12, 1776. (In Penn. Provincial Council. Minutes, 
v. 10. 1852.) Nov. 13, 1776 - Mar. 17, 1777. (In 
v. 11. 1852.) 

Provincial Committee, 1774. Resolves. (In Dickin- 

Bon, J. Essay. 1774. B 359, 377, C 157) 
- Provincial Council, afterwards Supreme Execu 
tive Council. Minutes ; pub. by the State. 
Vol. 1, 2. Harrisburg, 1838. 2 v. 8. 

Same. Vol. 1-3, Phila., 4-16, Harrisburg, 

1852-53. 16 v. 8. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Mem. of the Amer. Phil. Soc. on 
printing the records, 1836/7. Penn. Ifo. of Repre 
sentatives. Report of select committee. Penn. Gen. 
Assembly. Act, Apr. 4, 1837, authorizing the printing 
of the Minutes. Charter. Documents. Minutes, 
Mar.10, 1683 -Nov. 27,1700. 2. Dec. 18, 1700 -May 16, 
1717. 3. May 31, 1717 - Jan. 23, 1735/6. 4. Feb. 7, 
1735/6 - Oct. 15, 1745. 5. Dec. 17, 1745 - Mar. 30, 1754. 
6. Apr. 2, 1754 - Jan. 29, 1756. 7. Jan. 29, 1756 - 
Jan. 11, 1758. 8. Jan. 13, 1757 [1758] - Oct. 4, 1762. 
9. Oct. 15, 1762 - Oct. 17, 1771. 10. Oct. 18, 1771 - 
Sept. 27, 1775; with Minutes of the Council of Safety, 
June 30, 1775 - Nov. 12, 1776. 11. Proc. of Council of 
Safety, Nov. 13, 1776 - Mar. 17, 1777. Minutes of the 

Supreme executive Council, Mar. 4, 1777 - May 20, 1779. 
12. May 21, 1779 - July 12, 1781. 13. July 13, 1781 - 
Dec. 31, 1783. 14. Jan. 1, 1784 - Apr. 3, 1786. 15. 
July 4, 1786 - Feb. 6, 1789. 16. Feb. 7, 1789 - Dec. 23, 


CONN. Commission to Treat with Penn. resp. the 
Boundaries. Report. Norwich, 1774. 4. (B 652) 

SMITH, W. Examination of the Connecticut 
claim to lands in P. Phila., 1774. 8. 

- Other copies. (B 366, 1701) 

TRIMBLLL, B. Plea in vindication of the Conn, title 
to the contented lands lying west of N. York. New 
Haven, 1774. 8. (B 585) 


PENN, W. Descr. of Punnsylvania, [1683]. (In his 

Sel. works, v. 4. 1782.) 
HUTCIIINS, T. Topog. descr. of Va., Penn., etc., 

[1764-75]. London, 1778. 8. 

- Anothtr copy. (B 343) 

- Same. Boston, 1787. 8. (C 64) 

See also New Sweden. 


FRANKLIN, B. Proposals relating to the education of 
youth in Penn. Phila., 1749. 8. (B 744) 


DUPONCEAU, P. S. Disc, on the early history 
of P. Phila., 1821. 8. 

- Other copies. (B 1583, 1828) 

TYSON, J.R. The social and intellectual state of P. 

prior to 1743. Phila., 1843. 8. (B 1188, 1611) 
GORDON, T. F. History of P. from its dis 

covery to 1776. Phila., 1829. 8. 
HAZARD, S. Annals of P., 1609-82. Phila., 

1850. 8". 
THOMAS, G. Account of the province, etc., 

of P., [1631-97]. London, 1698. 8. 

- Same. London, 1698, N. Y., lithographed, 

1848. 8. 

RLTP, I. D. Sketch of the early history of P., [1637- 
1710]. (In fiis Hist, of Lancaster Co., 1844.) 

PROUD, R. History of P., 1681-1742. Phila., 

1797-98. 2 v. 8. 
FRANKLIN, B. Hist, review of theconstit. and 

government of P. London, 1759. 8. 
See also New Sweden. 


SMITH, W. Brief state of the province of Penn.; let 
ter from a gentleman to a friend in London. Lon 
don, 1755. 8. (B 742, 922, 995) 

- Brief view of the conduct of Pa. for 1755, 

partic. the expedition under Braddock ; 2d 
letter to a friend in London. Lond., 1756. 8. 

e province of P. London, 

- - Another copy. (B 742) 

- ANSWER to Brief state of th 

1755. 8. (B 742, 922) 

- TRUE and impartial state of the province of P. ; 

answer to Brief state and Brief view*. 
Phila., 1759. 8. 

- DICKINSON, J. Speech in the Ho. of Assemb. of P., 

May 24, on a petition praying for a change of gov 
ernment. London, rejir. 1764. 8. (B 682) 

- - Same. (In Moore, F. Amer. eloquence, v. 1. 1864.) 

GALLOWAY, J. Speech in answer to J. Dickinson, 
May 24, on a petition for a royal, in liew of a pro 
prietary government. Phila., 1764. 8. (B 473) 


Description and History. 
DUPONCEAU, P. S. Hist. disc, before the Soc. 

for the Commemoration of the Landing of 

Penn, Oct. Phila., 1832. 8. 
- Another copy. (B 1611) 
WATSON, J. F. Annals of Philadelphia and 

Pennsylvania, [1631-1842]. Phila., 1857. 

2 v. 8. 

PENN. (Descr. and Hist.) 


PENN. (Banks) 

38. Harrisburg, 1836-38. 

- BARKER, J. W. History and antiquities of 

New England, Penn., etc., [1631-1812]. 
Hartford. 1842. 8. 

- DAY, S. Historical collections of P., [1680- 

1778]. Philn., [1843]. 8. 

- GRAYDON, A. Memoirs of a life chiefly passed 

in P., [1751-1801]. Harrisb., 1811. 12. 

- - Same. Ed. by J. S. Littell. Phila., 1846. 8. 


- Adjutant General. Annual report, 1862-65. 

Harrisburg, [1863J-66. 4 v. 8". 

- Auditor General. Communication, accompanied with 

a statement of certain banks. Harriaburg. 1832. 8. 

- - Report of the several railroad companies, Jan. 

16. Harrisburg, 1862. 8. 

- - Report on the finances for 1826. Harrisburg, 1826. 8. 

(B 1100) 

- - Reports of the banks and savings inst. for 

1862. Harrisburg, 1863. 8. 

- Canal Commission era. Report rel. to the Penn. canal* 

and railroad. Harrisburg, 1830. 8. (B 1717) 

- - Reports, 1836, 

2 v. 8". 

- Commissioners to Revise the Penal Code. Report on 

punishment* and prison discipline. 2d ed. Phila 
1828. 8. (B 12, 92(J, W 132) 

- Commissioner* to Treat with the Indian*. Treaty 

held with the Ohio Indians. Carlisle, Oct. 1753 ; re 
port of R. Peters, 1. Xorris, and B. Franklin. 
n.t.p. [175:3.] f. (A 24) 

- Contention, 1790. Constitution. (Tn Penn. Conven 

tion of 1838. Amendments. 1838.) 

- - LEZAY, A. Qu esl-ce que la constitution dc 93? con. 

stitution de Mass. [comp. avec celle de Penn 1 
Paris, an III [1794], b. (B 731) 

- Convention, 1838. Amendments to the constitution of 

Penn. proposed. Phila., 1838. 8. (B 1497) 

- Convention on the Constitution of the U. S. 

Debates on the constitution proposed for 
the U. S. Vol. 1. Phila., 1788. 8. 

- Controllers of Public Schools. 1st annual report. 

Phila., 1819. 8". (B 449, 1036) 4th. 1822. (B1041) 
5th, 6th. 1823, 24. 2 v. (B 1036) 7th. 1825. (B 
1041) 8th. 1826. (B 950, 1036) 10th, llth. 1828, 
W. (B 950) 12th. 1830. (B 1042) 14th. 1832. 
(B 1049) 

- Council of Censors. Journal, Nov. 10, 1783 

[-Sept. 25, 1784]. Phila., 1783. f. 

- Eastern State Penitentiary. 1st, 2d annual reports. 

Phila., 1831. 8. (B 1783) 

General Assembly. Act for establishing a 
Health office, Jan. 29. Phila., 1818. 8. (B 1560) 

- - Act to incorporate the Ohio River Improvement Com 

pany. Phila., 1855. 8. (B 1605) 

- - Addresses on the death of R. R. Reed in Sen. 

and Ho. of Reps, of Penn., Jan. 4. Harris 
burg, 1865. 4". 

- Debates and proc. on the memorials praying a repeal 

of the law annulling the charter of the Bank [of N. 
America]. Phila., 1786. 8 U . (8630,640,2512) 

- Laws enacted in the 2d sitting of the 2d Gen. Assent.. 

Lancaster, Feb. 18, 1778. n.p., [1778]. 8. (W 58) 

- Laws; pub. by T. M. Thompson. Vol. 6, 7. 

Octoraro, 1804-06. 2 v. 8. 

- Same. Vol. 7 (repub.), 8. Phila., 1806-08. 

2 v. 8. 

- Legislative documents, session 2 d Jan. Har 

risburg, 1855. 8. 

- Titles of acts, session 1830, 31. Pennsylvania re 

porter, extra, Apr. 5, 1831. n.t.p. [183-.] 8. (B1854) 

- Committee on Libels. [Report.] n.t.p. [1806.1 8 


- Committee, [on] the Memorial of D. H. Conyningham. 

[Report.] t.p. [18 .] [8. (B 661) 

- Committee [on] the Petition of Inhabitants North. 

and West of the Ohio, etc. [Report.] n.t.p. [18-?] 
8. (B661) 

- Committee [on] the Petition of Inhabitants of Bucks 

Co., etc. [Report.] n.t.p. [180- ?] 8. (B 661) 

- - Committee on the Employment of Corrupt Means 

by the Banks to Influence the Action of the 
Legislature. Report, n.t.p. [1842.] 8. 

Committee on Ways and Means. [Report.! n t v 

[1807.] 8. (B661) 

- - Memorial. Dix, D. L. Memorial soliciting a state 

hospital for the insane. Harrisburg. 1845. 8". (B 

Republicans. Address to the Democratic citizens on 

the presidential election. Phila., 1812. 8. (B986) 
See also COLONY (Archives); Provintia 
Council (p. 2284). 

- Governor. Letter and documents from [T. Miffin] 

resp. the arrival in the ports of the U. 8. of French 
Inhabitant* of the West Indies, (hi U. S. Pres 
Message. 1798. 5th Cong. 2d sess. B 482) 
--Speech [of T. McKean] . n.t.p. [1808.] 8. (B469) 

Brief history of the proposed impeachments of the 

Gov. of P. [T. M Kean, with his] message of Jan 
28. Lancaster, 1808. 8. (B 407) 

--Message [by J. A. Shulze]. Harrisburg, 1826. 8". 
(B 1106) 

- - Reports of the heads of departments to the 

Governor, 1847-54. Harrisburg, 1848-55 
8 v. 8. 

Note. For the year 1853 the title reads Execu 
tive documents; reports, etc. 

- House of Representatives. Debate on Holgate s reso 

lutions rel. to the Bank of the U. S. n.n., [18111 8" 

- - Dissent of the minority of the House from the ad 

dress to the President of the U. S. n.n . 1798 8 

- - Journal. Vol. 2. Harrisburg, 1852. 8. 

- - Committee of Way* and Means. Report rel. to the 

finances. Harrisburg, 1831. 8. (B 1854) 

- - Committee on Roads anil Inland Navigation. [Re 

port.] n.t.p. [180-?] 8. (B661) 

- - Committee on the Debtor s Apartment of the Arch 

St. Prison. Report, Mr. Gibbon chairman. Har 
risburg, 1833. 8. (B 1546) 

- - Committee on the Governor s Message, rel. to the 

Case of G. Olmstead. Report, n.p., [178-1 8 
(B 971) 

- - Committee [on] the Suit of ff. Olmstead and Others vs. 

K. Sarcjeunt and E. Waters. Report, n.n., [18011 
8. (B1437) 

- - Select Committee rel. to the Soldier s National Ceme 

tery. Report, Mar. 31. Harrisburg, 1864. 8" (B 

- - Same, revised. Harrisburg, 1865. 8. 

- Military Department. Annual report, 1864. 

Harrisburg, 1865. 8. 

- Reserve Corps. See History (p. 2286). 

- Secretary of State. Letter rel. to the late malignant 

fever. Phila., 1798. 8. (B1076) 

- - 2d, 4th report on the geological exploration 

of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, 1838-40. 
2 v. 8. 

Senate. Select Committee [on] the Cause of an 
Armed Force being brought to the Capital. 
Report, June 1839, with report of the mi 
nority and the testimony. Harrisb., 1839. 8. 

Superintendent of Schools. Common school 
laws, with decisions of the Superintendent, 
T. H. Burrowes. Harrisburg, 1862. 8. 

- Penn. school architecture ; [by] T. H. Bur 
rowes. Harrisburg, 1855. 8. 

Supreme Court. Report of the judges [on the Eng 
lish statutes which are in force in P.I, Phila., 1808. 
8. (B412) 

Supreme Executive Council. See Provincial Council 
(p. 2284). 


ALDEN, T. Antiquities and curiosities of western 
Pennsylvania. (In Amer. Antiq. Soc. Trans., 
v. 1. 1820.) 

BAIRD, 8. F. On the bone caves of Penn. (In Amer. 
Assoc. Proc., v. 2. 1850.) 

. Banks. 

See Auditor General; Gen. Asemb., Com. on the 
Employment, etc.; also Bank of Penn. (p. 199). 

PENN. (Boundary) 




- MARYLAND. Governor. Message transmitting 

reports of the commissioners and of Lt. Col. 
Graham [on] the intersection of the boun- 
dtiry lines of Md., Perm., and Delaware. 
Wash., 1850. 8. 

- PENNSYLVANIA LAND Co. Important statement rcl. 

to the invalidity of the pretentious formerly made 
\ipon the Penn. hinds by the unincorporated com 
panies of Conn, claimants; [by Touch Coxe, Secre 
tary], n.t.p. [1801. J 8. (B585) 


- HISTORICAL account of the rise, progress, and present 

state of canal navigation in Penn. Phila., 1795. 8" 
(B 651, W 58) 

See alto Canal Commissioners (p. 2285); In 
ternal improvement. 


- CREVECOIL-R, J. H. St. J. Voyage dans la 

haute P., [1785-96?]. Paris, l801. 3 v. 8". 

- SCOTT, J. Geographical account of P., 1800 

Phila., 1806. 18". 

- MOOHE, S. S., and JONES, T. W. Traveller s 

directory from Philadelphia to N. York and 
Washington. 2d ed. Phila., 1804. 8. 

- JOHNSON, C. B. , M.D. Letters from the British 

settlement in P., [1818]. Phila., 1819. 12. 

- ROBERTS, S. W. On the topog. of P. and Ohio, etc., 

[1848]. (In Amer. Assoc. Proc., v. 1. 1849.) 

- BOWEN, E. Pictorial sketch-book of Penn. 

Phila., 1853. 8. 

See also Alleghany City ; Fairmount Park ; 
New Jersey Central Railroad ; Philadelphia ; 
Pittsburgh ; Susquehanna River. 


- HOWELL, R. Map. London, 1792. (E 68) 

- HUTCIIINS, T. New map of the western parts of Vir 

ginia, Penn., tti:. London, 1778. (E 68) 

- TOURIST S pocket map of P. Phila., S. A. 

Mitchell, 1831. 

- WALLING, H. F. Topographical map. N.Y., 


See alsn Clinton Co. ; Cumberland Co. ; 
Luzerne Co. 


- PLAN for the establishment of public schools and dif 

fusion of knowledge in P. Phila., 1786. 8. (C 49) 

- WOOD, S. Account of the common schools in the 

states of Mass., N. Y., and Penn. (In Central Soc. 
of Educ., v. 3. 1839.) 

See also (p. 2285, 2d col.) Superintendent of 


- PHILLIPS, H., Jr. Historical sketch of the 

paper money issued by P. Phila., 1862. 8. 

- PUBLIUS, pseud. Letter to "the Legislature of P. on 

the state debt. Phila., 1844. 8. (B 1500) 


- BLAKE, W. P. Occurrence of chromate of lead in P., 

and other mineralogical notices. (In Amer. Assoc. 
Proc., v. 6. 1852.) 

- ROGERS, H. D. Geology of P. Phila., 1858. 

2 v. 4 and maps f. 

- SMITH, J. L. lie-examination of minerals on Wheat- 

ley Mine, Penn. (In Amer. Assoc. Proc., v. 9. 

See also Bear Valley. 


- WESTCOTT, T. Names of persons who took 

the oath of allegiance, 1777-89; with a his 
tory of the test laws. Phila., 1865. 8. 

- BRA^CKENRIDGE, H. H. Incidents of the in 

surrection in the western parts of P., 1794. 
Phila., 1795. 8. 

COBBF.TT, W. Account of the insurrection in the 

western counties of P. in 1794. (In his Porcupine s 
Works, v. 1. 1801.) 

- FINDLEY, W. History of the insurrection in 

W. Penn., 1794. Phila., 1796. 8". 

U. S. Commission/ rs to Cunftr with tiie Insurgent* in 

the Western Counties of Ptnn. Report. Phila., 
1794. 8. (B1000, W 59) 

U. S. 3d Cong. Id sens. Proceeding of the executive 

of the U. S. resp. the insurgents, 1794. Phila., 1795. 
8. (W 83) 

SvniEii, J. 11. History of the Penn. Reserve 

Corps, [1861-64]. Lancaster, 1865. 8". 

See alxo Bank of Penn. ; Berks Co. ; Bethle 
hem ; Bucks County; Canonsburg Academy; 
Chambersburgh; Chester County ; Delaware 
Bay; Delaware County; Duquesne, Fort; 
Erie Co.; Franklin Co. ; German Evang. Lutheran 
Church ; Greensburgh ; Guilford ; Lancaster 
Co. ; Lebanon Co. ; Luzerne Co. ; Montgomery 
Co. ; New London ; Philadelphia ; Progressive 
Friends of Penn. ; Susquehanna ; alto Bright, 
Gen. M. ; Penn, W. Rush E*. Cobbett. 

Internal improvement. 

DUANE, W. J. Letters to the people of P. resp. the 

internal Improvement of the commonwealth by 
roan s and canals. Phila., 1811. 8. (B 439, W 2) 

BRECK, S. Sketch of the internal improvements made 

by P. Phila., 1818. 8. (B 456) 

CAREY, M. Internal improvement [by Hamilton]. 

Phila., 1829. 8. (B 1115, 1494) 

Brief view of the system of internal improvement of 

P. Phila., 1831. 8". (B 1068) 
See also Canals. 


- LAUSSAT, A. Essay on equity in Penn. Phila., 

1826. 8. 
Another copy. (B 551) 

LOWNES. O. Account of alteration and present state 

of Ihe penal laws of P. Boston, 1799. 8". (B 774) 

REFLECTIONS upon Ihe administration of justice in P. 

Phila., 1809. 8. (B 412) 


OBSERVATIONS upon the present government of P. 

Phila., 1777. 8". (B 629) 

PEMBEKTON, S.. anil iitliers. Address to the inhabi 

tants of P., by freemen confined in Mason s lodge 
by a general warrant. London, reprinted 1777. 8. 
(B364, 390, 667) 

CONSIDEKATIONS upon the present test-law of Penn. 

Phila.. 1784. 8. (B662) 

GAI.LATIN, A. Speech on the validity of the elections 

in the four western Cos. Phila., 1795. 8. (B 774) 

EXPERIENCE the test of government, 18 essays, to aid 

the investigation of the constitution and laws of P. 
Phila., 1807. 8 U . (B 443, 1750) 


Report of a committee to investigate the evils of 
lotteries in Penn. Phila., 1831. 8. (B 1722) 

- PENROSE, C. B. Address and speeches of 

[others] on the insurrection, Harrisburg, Dec. 
1838. Harrisburg, 1838. 8. 

PHILADELPHIA. CITIZENS. Committee of citizens; 

second appeal to the people of P. on an asylum for 
the insane poor. Phila., 1840. 8. (B 1568) 

FEW plain facts, A, addressed to the people of P., by a 

citizen of Penn. 3d ed. Phila., 1844. 8". (B 1500) 
See also Philadelphia ; Pittsburgh. 


LETTERS on the merits of the Penn. and N". Y. sys 

tems. Boston, 18C6. 8. (B 1806) 

MEASE, J. Observations on the penitentiary system 

and penal code of Penn. Phila., 1828. 8. (B 928) 

See Auditor General (p. 2285). 

Penn. vs. J. Smith. Report of the case for Pennsyl 
vania, eont. speeches of the Alt. Gen., J. Ingersoll, 
and W. Lewis, and the opinion of W. Tilghman. 
Phila., 1809. 8. (B 412, W 12) 

Penn. Acad. of Fine Arts. Catalogue of the paintings, 
statues, prints, etc., exhibiting at the Acad. Phila., 
1818. 8". (W 10) 



ALLSTON, W. Exhibition at the Penn. Acnd. of Fine 

Arts of Allston s picture, ttc. Phila., 1816. 8. (B 

GII.IMN, II. D. Discourse, Nov. 29, 1S26. Phila., 

1827. 8". (B 1205) 

Pennsylvania Agricultural Society. Hints for 
American husbandmen. Phila., 1827. 8". 

Outlines of a plan for establishing a State Soe. of Ag 

riculture in Penn. Pliilii., 1794. 8. (B 423, 699) 

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between the Holy Alliance" and C. Finney, 

High priest, etc., and the dissenters of free 

enquiry, etc. Utica, 1826. 12". 
Perkins, Erasmus. Hints rel. to the texture of mind and 

the manufacture of conscience; pub. for the benefit 

of R. Wedderburn. London, [1819?]. 8. (B 1681) 
Perkins, F. Xew almanack, 1744. London, 

[1744]. 12". 
Perkins, Frederic Beecher. C. Dickens ; a sketch 

of his life and works ; [with a criticism by 

Taine]. X. Y., 1870. 12". 

Perkins family of Connecticut. (In N. E. hist, and 

geneal. reg. , v. 14. 1860.) 




Perkins, George. Two sermons. Ashburnliam, J;in. 22. 

Anilov.-r, 1826. 8. (B 1299) 

Perkins, George A. Perkins family of Ipswich. (In Es 
sex Inst. Hist, col , v. 11. 1872.) 
Perkins, Henry C. Tli 1 physician and surgeon in war. 

Reminiscences of fever. (In Mass. Med. Soc. Mod. 

coiiim.. V. 10. 1S66 ) 

Perkins, .lames, chuiriiinii. Report of the committee of 

merchants of Boston on the tariff. Boston, 1820. 8. 

(B536, 1076, 1511) 
Perking, .lames Amory. ROPES, J. C. (In Higginson, 

T. W. Harvard mem. biog , v. 1. 1866.) 
Perkins, James Handasyd. Annals of the west. 

2J ed., rev. ami enl., by J. M. Peck. St. 

Louis, 18-50. 8". 

Christian civilization; address before the Athenian 

Soc. of the Univ. of Ohio, Sept. 16. Cincin., 1840. 
8. (B 1580) 

- Discourse before the Ohio Historical Society. (hi 
Ohio Hist, and Phil. Soc. Trans., pt. 2, v. 1. 183 J.) 

Diseoursv, Cincinnati, Oct. 8. Cincin., 1848. 8. (B 


Duties of the liberal professions ; an address before 

tin 1 hi Delta Sigma Soc. of Cincinnati Col. Cincin., 

1840. 8. (B 1580) 
Perkins, John, d. 1544. Treatise of the laws of 

England rel. to conveyancing. loth ed. 

Dublin. 1772. 12". 
Perkins, Dr. John. Nature and cause of the tails of comets 

elucidated. Boston, 1772. 12. (B135) 
Perkins, Joseph. Oration upon genius, July 19. Boston, 

1797. 12. (B 613) 

Perkins, Justin. Residence of eight years in Per 
sia. Amlover, 1813. 8". 

A good missionary; sermon, Oroomiah, Persia, death 

of W. R. Stocking. Boston, 1854. 8". (B 1224) 

Historical sketch of the mission to the Nestorians. 

Boston. Amer. Konrd of Comm. for Foreign Jfii- 
Kioiio, 1S66. 8. (E 10) 

Journal of a tour from Oroomiah to Mosul through 

the Koordish Mts., and a visit to the ruins of Nin 
eveh. (In Amer. Orient. Soc. Journ., v. 2. 1851.) 

Our country s sin: sermon. (In American slavery in 

connection with Amer. Christianity. 1854. B 1299, 
C 262) 

Perkins, Nathan, D.D. Benign influence, etc. ; sermon, 
election, May 12. Hartford, 1808. 8". (B 328) 

Discourse, Oct. 10, ordination of N. Perkins, Jr., Am- 

herst, Mass. Northampton. 1810. 8. (B 1133) 

Discourse, ordination of C. Chapin, April 30. Hart 

ford, 1794. 8. (B 1322) 

History of the origin of the Anabaptists. (In La- 

throp, J. Sermons. 1793.) 

Sermon; pleasantness of true religion. (In American 

preacher, v. 1. 1791.) Sermons; Christ the way, 

truth, and life. (In v. 4. 1793.) 
Perkins, Orren. Lessons of the sea; sermon, on the loss 

of the Arctic, preached in Shirley, Oct. 22. Boston, 

1854. 8. (B 1299) 
Perkins, Stephen George. HIGGINSON, T. W. (In his 

Harvard mem. biog.. v. 1. 1866.) 
Perkins, Stephen II. Abuse of representative government. 

(fn Peabody, E. I . Esthetic papers. 1849.) 

Bank-notes and specie, as circulating media. Boston, 

1856. 8. (C 197, 266) 

Perkins, Thomas Htmdasyd. Remarks, at the lay 
ing of the corner stone of the Boston Exchange, 
Aug. 2. Boston, 1841. 8. (B 1612) 
CAHY, T.G. Memoir of P., with extracts from 
his diaries. Boston, 1856. 8". 

Stime. (In Hunt, F. Lives of Amer. merchants, 

v. 1. 1856.) 

REPORT of the case of J. D. executor of IT. Dodge, vs. 

T. H. Perkins. Boston, 1830. 8. (B 1437) 
Perkins, William. Camb., Ifi08-31. 3 v. f. 

Content*. Vol. 1. The foundation of Christian reli 
gion, in sixe principles. A golden chaine; or, The 
description of theologie. Exposition of the symbole 
or creede of the apostles. Exposition of the Lord s 
praier. Treatise tending unto a declaration whether 
a man may be in the estate of damnation, or, in the 
estate of grace. Case of conscience. Direction for 
the government of the tongue according to God s word. 
Two treatises: Nature and practice of repentance; 
Of the combat of the flesh and spirit. Treatise how 
to live well in all estates and times, specially when helpes 
and comforts faile. Treatise of dying well. Discourse 
of conscience. A reformed Catholike; or. Declaration 
shewing" how neare we may come to the present Church 

of Rome in sundrie points of religion, and wherein wo 
must for ever depart from them. Declaration of the 
true manner of knowing Christ crucified Graine of 
musterd-seede. True gtlne more in worth then all the 
goods of the world. Warning against the idolatrie of 
the last times. _ Treatise of God s free grace and man s 
free-will. Treatise of the vocations or callings of men, 
with the sorts and kinds of tluin, and the right use 
thereof. 2. Contents of the three hookes of eases of 
conscience. Exposition of ch. i.-v. of the Epistle to the 
Galatians; with the continuation of the commentary 
upon ch. vl. Tr.-atise of tho manner and order of 

predestination, and of the largjnesse of God s grace. 

Treatise cone, the only true matrier and method of 
preaching. 3. Exposition of Christ s sermon in the 
Mount. Commentarle upon ch. ii. to the Hebrewes, 
cont. the cloud of f.iithfull witnesses. Exposition of 
ch. i.-iii. of the Revelation of S. John. C.jmbate be 
tween Christ and the IK vill; eomim-ntarie upon Christ s 
temptations. Exhortation to repentance, grounded 
upon Xeph. ii. 1, 2. The calling of the ministerie; 
declaring their duties and dignities, in two treatises; the 
first grounded on Job xxxiii. 23, 24; the second, on Isa. 
vi. 5-8. A fruitful dialogue cone the ende of the 
world, between a Christian and a worldling Exposi 
tion of Jud;?. Discourse of the damned art of witch 
craft, grounded on Kxod. xxii. 18. Resolution to the 
countreiman, proclaiming it utterly unlawfull to buy or 
use our yearely prog lostications. Short survey of the 
right manner of erecting and ordering of a family, 
according to the Scriptures. 

- Whole treatise of cases of conscience ; ed. by 
T. Picket-in;-;. London, 1642. 4". 

ARMIMUS, J. Examination of P. s treatise [on] the 

order and mode of predestination. (In his Works, 
v. 3. 1853.) 

MACCOVICS, J. Fragmenta praelectionum contra Ar- 

mininm pro Perkinsio. (In hi* Redivivns. 1654.) 
Perkins, Wm. Lee, M. D. Essay [on] the putrid sore 

throat, and scarlatina. London. 1787. 8". (B 815) 
Perkins family, of Connecticut. I ERKINS, F. B. (hi N. E. 

hist, and geneal. reg., v. 14. 1860.) 
Perkins family, of Ipxicic/i. PERKINS, G. A. (In Essex 

Inst. Mist, col., v. 11. 1872.) 
Perkins Institutioa and Massachusetts Asylum 

for the Blind. 8th -31st annual report. 

Boston, 1840-63. 24 v. 8. 

8th annual report. Boston, 1840. 8. (B 1819) 9th 

1841. (B 1164) 15th. 1847. (B 1736) 

Note. For previous reports gee Massachusetts 
Asylum for the Blind. 

Perle noire, La; corned iu. See Sardou, V. 
Perlee, Abraham. Salivary defluxions in horses. (In Phil. 

Agric. Soc. Mem., v. 2. 1811.) 
Perlet, Charles Frederic. LOMH.YRD DE LANORES. V. 

Memoire pour L. Fauche Borel contre P. 2eed. aug. 

Paris, 1816. 8. (B 802) 

Perley, Ira. Eulogy on the late D. Webster, Dec. 22. Con 
cord, 1852. 8. (B1727) 
Perley, Jeremiah. Anniversary oration before the federal 

republicans of Hallowell, July 4. Augusta, 1807. 8. 


- Debates, resolutions, etc. See Maine. Conven. (p. 1840). 

Oration, consecration of the Kennebunk Lodge, July 

20, with charge. Hallowell, 1808. 8. (B 399) 
Perley, M. H. Handbook for emigrants to New 
Brunswick. St. Johns. 1854. 12. 

La belle Tolotah. (In Carleton, J. W. Sporting 

sketch book. 1842.) 

- Reports on the sea and river fisheries of New 

Brunswick. 2d ed. Frederic-ton, 1852. 8. 
Permanent stereotype steel plate, with observations on its 

importance, etc. n.p., 1806. 8. (B 664) 
Permanent temperance documents, 1851-52. See American 

Temperance Union. 
Permauls, Land of the. See Cochin. 
Pernambuco. LANCASTER, J. Voy. to Fernambuck in 

Brasil, 1594. (In Hakluyt, R. Col.,v. 4. 1811.) 
Pernety or Pernetti, Antoine Joseph, I abbe. Dic- 

tioniiaire mytho-hermetique. Par., 1787. 12. 

Dissertation sur 1 Amerique et les Americains 

contre les Recherches philosophiques de 
Pfauw]. Berlin, [1770]. 12. 

Same. 1764. (In Pauw, C. de. Recherches philoso- 

phiques, v. 2. 1774.) 

Examen des Recherches philos. et de la De 

fense de cet ouvrage. Berlin, 1771. 2 v. 8. 




Ilistoire (Tun voyage aux isles Malouines, 1763, 

64 ; avcc des obs. sur le detroit de Magellan, 
et sur les Patagons. Nouv. ed. Paris, 
1770. 2 v. 8". 

L influence des causes physiques sur 1 esprit de 

1 homme. (In Berlin. Ak. d. Wiss. Abb. .1776.) 
Sur les different! tempi-rumens, et sur lours eft cts. 
De I influeiicc fles causes physiques sur le tempera 
ment. (In 1777.) Hemoire sur les defauts. (In 

Sur 1 usage des anciens et des modernes. (In Serieys, 

A. Bibl. acad., v. 7. 1811.) 

PAUW, C. de. Defense des Recherches philos. 

Berlin, 1774. 12. (Vol. 3 of the Re- 
cherches .) 

Pernicious principles of Tom Paine exposed in an address 

to labourers and mechanics. 3ded. London. [179-]. 

8. (D 55) 
Perodi, P. Memoirs of the reign of Murat. Boston, 1818. 

8. (B 456) 

Perolla and Izadora; a tragedy. Sft Gibber, C. 
Peron, Franois. Voyage for the discovery of southern 

lands. (In Pinkerton, J. Col. of voy., v. 11. 1812.) 

JARDINE, .Sir \V. Memoir of P. (Jn his Nat. lib., 

Mam., v. 8. 1839.) 
Peros Banhos. RANGKL, M. Nsufrngio da nao Conoeicao 

7ios Baixos de Pel o dos Banhos, 1555. (Jn Gomes 

de Erito, B. Hist. trag. mnr., v. 1. 1735.) 
Perotti, Giustino Levi. GIROM, 11. (Jn Ms Kac. di lir., 

ital. 1808.) 
Perotti, Nicolo. NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., v.9. 1729; 

and. (ierm.,\. 10. 1754.) 
Perouse, J. F. G. de la. See La Perouse. 
Perowne, Edward Henry. The Godhead of Jesus ; 

Hulsean lect. for 1866; added, two sermons 

preached before the Univ. of Camb. Camb., 

1867. 8". 
Perpetua. BOEHHINGER, F. (In his Kirche Christi, Ir 

Bd., le Abth. 1842.) 

PASSION of the martyr P. (In Cyprianus, T. C. Writ 

ings, v. 2. 1869.) 

Perpetual curate, The ; by Mrs. Oliphant. N. Y., 
1865. 8. 

Same. New ed. Edin., London, 1869. 16. 

Sarxe. (In Littell s living age, v. 77-85. 1863-64.) 
Perpignan. HENRY, D.M. J. Sur Pancienne constitution 

municipale de la ville de Perpignan. (In Paris. 

Inst. Ac. (I. Inner. Div. sav., 2e ser., v. 1. 1843.) 
Perrault, A. Materiel et outillage mecanique de la tanne- 

rie et de la megisserie. (In France. Com. Imp. de 

I ErpoK. de 1867. Rapports, v. 8.) 
Perrault, Charles. Contes des fees. Paris, [18 ]. 


and others. Contes des fees. Nouv. ed., illust. 

Paris, [I860]. 8. 

Paralelle des anciens et des modernes. Nouv. 

ed. Paris, 1693. 2 v. 12. 

AI.EMBEUT, J. le li. d . (In his (Euvrcs, v. 9. 1805.) 

NICERON, J. P. (In his Mem., v. 33. 1736; and, 

Germ., v. 24. 1777.) 

Perrault, Claude. CONDORCET, J. A. N. C., marq. de. 
(In his CEuvres, v. 2. 1847.) 

NICERON, J. P. (In hit Mem., v. 33. 1736; and, 

Germ., v. 24. 1777.) 

Perrault, J. F. Plan raisonne d education generale et per- 
manente. (/n Lit. and Hist. Soc. of Quebec. 
Trans., v. 2. 1831.) 

Perrault, .John Baptiste. Indian life in the North-Western 
regions of the U. S., in 1783; with an introd. by H. 
R. Schoolcraft; relation of the voyages and adven 
tures of a merchant-voyager, etc. (In Schoolcraft, 
11. H. Hist, information resp. the Indian tribes, 
pt. 3. 1853.) 

Perrault, Nicolas. The Jesuits morals ; extracted 
out of the Jesuits own books. London, 
1670. f. 

Perreau, Daniel and Robert. See Rudd, Mrs. M. C. 

Perrengton, S. Popular treatise on the stomach. 2.1 ed. 
London, 1839. 8. (C 270) 

Perrenot de Granville, Antoine de, cardinal. Pa- 
piers d etat ; pub. [par] C. Weiss. Paris, 
1840-52. 9 v. 4. (Col. de doc. ined.) 

CROWE, K. C. (In fiix Lives of for. statesmen, v. 1. 

1833. Lardner. Cab. eye.) 

Perrens, Francois Tommy. Les manages espag- 
nols, sous le icgne de Henri iv et la legcnce 
de Marie de Medicis. [1602-1615.] Paiis, 
[187-]. 8. 

Several articles.] (In Revue d. D. Mondcs, aout 

1854- Jan. 1867.) 

Perret, Paul. Les bourgeois de campagne. Paris, 
1859. 18. 

Les roueries de Colombe, le pricure. Paris, 

1866. 18". 

Romans et nouvelles. (In Revue d. D. Momles, oct. 

I860 - avr 1867.) 

Perrey, Alexis. Sur les tremblements de terre de la pe- 
ninsiile scandinave. (In Sairnard, 1". Voy. de la 
Com. Sci. du Nord en Scandinavie, v. 1.) 
Perrier, Jean Baptiste. Le guide des juges mili- 

taires. Paris, 1811. 8". 
- Same. Paris, 1813. 8. 

Perrin, Antoine. Collection universelle des mem. 
rel. a la hist, de France. Paris, 1785-91. 
64 v. 8". 

Contents. Vol. 1, 2. Joinville, J., girt de. 2. Du 
Cange, C . du F. Observ. sur les Mem. de Joinville. 3. 
Extraits des mss. arabes. Du Cange, C. du F. Dis 
sertations. 3-5. Du Guesclin, B. 5. Christine de 
J Uan. Ferrin, I , de. 6. Boucicaut, J. le M., 
marshal. 7. Mem. cone, de la puoelle d Orlenns [J. 
Dare]. Richemont. Florent d llliers. 8, 9. La 
Marche, Y. P, .P. A. de M. i-hec. de. 9. DuCleicq, J. 
10-12. Comines, 1 . de. 13. Jean de 7 toi/ex. 14. 
Villeneuve, G. de. Bouchet, .1. Mem. de Louis 
de la Tnmoille. 14, 15. Bayard, P. du T., flier. 
16. LaMarck, R. de, xtiyn. d> J-lnnatiym. Louise 
de fiaroye. 17-21. DuBellay, Q. and M. 22-26. 
Montluc, B. de. 26-28. Tavannes, G. de S , wV/j?. de. 
28-33. Carloix, V. Mem. de F. de Scepeaux, sire de 
Vieilleville. 33-37. Boivin, F. de, binon de Villars. 
37-39. Rabutin, F. de. 39, 40. Salinac, B. de. 
40. Coligni, G. de. La Cfcatre, C. de. Roche- 
chouart, G. de. 41. Mergey, .1. de. 41-46. Castel- 
nau, 46. Gamon, A. Philippi, J. 47-49. La 
Noue, F. de. 49. Bouillon, II. de la T. d A., due de. 
Tavannes, G. de S, utiyn. de. 0-52. Hurault, 1 ., 
lp. de Chertrny. 52. Marguerite de Valoix. P3, 54. 
Thou, J. A. de. 54. Merle, M de. Choisnin, J. 
55-60. Cayet, P. V. J . 61. Saint- Auban, J. P., 
si-iyn. de. 61, 62. Villeroy, X. de N ., *>?/ de. 62. 
An gouleme, (;. de V., due d . 63, 64. T able. 
Perrin, Jean Paul. History of the old Waldenses 
and Albigenses ; tr. from the French. Lon 
don, 1711. f. (Pt. 2 of Bray, T. Papal 

Perrin, John. Elements of English and French 
conversation ; rev. and cor. by C. Preud- 
homme. N. Y., 1814. 12. 

Fables amusantes, avec une table gen. et partic. 

des mots et de leur signification en anglois. 
Phila., 1804. 12. 

Grammar of the French tongue. 10th ed. N. 

Y., 1799. 12. 

Same. Rev. by Tocquot from llth London 

ed. N. Y., 1816. 12". 

Perrin, Mint. Louise (Charly Lahe). crilli-d La belle cordiere. 
Poesie. (Jn Annales poet., v. 4. 1778.) 

NICERON, J. P. (In hln Mem., v. 23. 1733.) 

SAINTE-BELVE, C. A. (In hi* Portr. eontemp., v. 3. 


Perrin, Marc. Favori. Une soiree do Barbaroux. (In 
Echo des feuilletons, 2e an. 1842.) 

Perrin, Maurice. Du role de 1 alcool. 1860. See Lalle- 
mand, L , and others. 

Perrin, Victor, marnftaf. HEADLEY, J. T. (Jn his Napo 
leon, v. 2. 1847.) 

Perrin du Lac, F. M. Voyage dans les deux 
Louisianes et chez les nations sauvages du 
Missouri, 1801-03. Lyon, 1805. 8". 

Perrine, Henry. LINN, L. F. Report on memo 
rial for encouragement of cultivation of 
tropical plants. [Wash., 1838.] 8. (25th 
Cong., 2d sess., Sen., no. 300.) 
Another to;/;/. (B 1816) 




Perring, J. S. The pyramids of Gixeh, from actual 
survey; with sketches by E. J. Andrews ; 
[and] remarks on the hieroglyphics, by S. 
Birch. London, 1839-42. 3 v. f. 
Cfmtmtx. I t. 1. The great pyramid. 2. The second 
and third pyramids. 3. The pyramids to the southward 
of (tizeh and at Abou Roash, etc. 

Perro del hortelano. El: por F. L. do Vega Carpio. (In 
Ochoa, E. de. Col. do piezas escog., 1840; and in 
hi* Tea. del teatro esp., v. 2. 1838.) 
Perron, J.e <lo< tear, tr. See Glaive-des-Couronnei. 
Perron, Jacques Davy du. See Du Perron. 
Perrone, Ettore. I OEKIO, E. (In Amato, G. d . Pan- 
teon. v.l. 1851.) 

Perrone, Giovanni. Prselectiones theologies?. Roma-, 

1840-44. 8 v. in 9 pt. 8". 

Content*. Vol. 1. I)e vera religione. 2. De locis 
theologicis. 3. De Deo uno et de trinltatc. 4. De 
Deo creatore. 5. De incarnatiotie et de cultu sancto 
rum. 6. De gratia et de sacramentis in genere. 7, 8. 
De sacramentis in specie. 

Perrot, A. M., and Achin, . Atlas geog. statist, et 
progressif des departemens de hi Prance et 
de ses colonies. Paris, [182-]. 4. 

and L****, M. La construction et le dessin 

des cartes geographiques. Paris, 1847. 18". 

Perrot, Georges. Rapport sur la Geographic de Strabon, 

par A. Tardieu . (In Paris. Soc. de Geog. Bui., 5e 

Her., v. 14. 1S67.) 
- Numerous articles.] (In Revue d. D. Mondes, mars 

1803 -dec. 1875.) 
Perrot, Henry. Epigrams. (In Campbell, T. Brit, poets, 

v. 2. 1819.) 
Perrot, J F. A. See Menard, L. Hist, des antiq. de 

Nismcs. 1864. 
Perrot, Nicolas. Memoires sur les mcrurs, etc., des 

sauvages de I Amer. Scptent. Lpz., 1864. 8. 

(Bibl. amer.) 

Perry, Arthur Latham. Elements of political econ 
omy. N. Y., 186C. 8". 

Perry, Benjamin F. Address before the S. Carolina Insti 
tute, Nov. 1856. Charleston, 1857. 8. (B 1586) 
Perry, Charles. View of the Levant, [1739-40], 

London, 1743. f. 
Perry, Charles, Bp. of Melbourne. Letter, 1849. (In Soc. 

Prop. Gosp. Church in the colonies, v. 3. 1850.) 
Perry, David. Short view and defence of the eceles. rights 

of man, [Dec. 25,] 1795. Danbury, 1796. 12". (C 74) 
Perry, Gardner H. Ministerial gifts, etc.; sermon, Boston, 

organization of the Newburyport Presbytery, Oct. 

27. Newburyport, 1826. 8. (B 1299) 
On primary education. (In Amer. Inst. of Instr. 

Leet., 1833.) 
Perry, George Grcsley, ed. Religious pieces in 

prose and verse. London, 1867. 8. (Early 

Eng. Text Soc.) 
Perry, Gideon. Two discourses, Alton, 111., on the death 

of W. H. Harrison. Alton. 1841. 8. (B 1217) 
Perry, James. CATALOGUE of [his] library, sold 

1822; [with the prices in ms.j. London, 

1822. 8. 
Perry, John, Joan, and Richard. Case of the Perrys, ex- 

ecu ted for murder, 1661. (In Craik, G. L. Eng 
lish causes celebres. 1844.) 
Perry, John Buckley. Boulder-trains in Berkshire Co., 

Mass. Supposed elevation and depression of the 

continent during the glacial period. (In Amer. 

ASBOC. Proc., v. 19. 1871.) 
Perry, John P. (Buckley?). The red sandstone of Vermont 

its and relations. (In Amer Assoc. Proc., v. 16. 

Perry, Joseph. Character of Moses; disc, [on] the death 

of Hon. R. Wolcott, May 17. Hartford, [1767]. 4. 

(B 258) 

Character of the faithful minister; sermon, death of N. 

Hooker, June 11. Hartford, 1770. 4. (B 258) 

Sermon on [the] anniversary election, May 11. Hart 

ford, 1775. 8. (B 258) 

Perry, Marshall Sears. First book of fine and 
useful arts. Boston, 1832. 12. 

Principles and objects of the Mass. Med. Soe. Bio. 

GRAPHICAL notice of P. (In Mass. Med. Soc. 
Med. comm.,v. 9. 1860.) 

Perry, Matthew Calbraith. Narrative of the ex 
pedition of an Amer. squadron to the China 
Seas and Japan, 1852-54. Wash., 1856. 
3 v. 8. 

A ote. Vol. 1 was compiled from the original notes 
and journals of P. and his officers, by F. I.,. Hawks; 
v. 2 is Natural history , by D. S. Green and others, 
with illustrations; v. 3 has the title-page U. S. Japan 
Expedition; obs. on the zodiacal light, by G. Jones . 

- Same. Abridged by R. Tomes. N. Y., 1857. 


Perry, Nathaniel. Experimental knowledge, in 23 
nos. 2d ed. Boston, 1850. 2 v. 8". 

- Same. Nos. 29, 31, 32. n.t.p. IS". 

Perry, Oliver Hazard. Documents in rel. to the 
differences between O. H. Perry and J. I). Elliott. 
Wash., 1821, reprinted Boston, 1834. 8. (B 562, 

CLEVELAND, O. INAUGURATION of the Perry statue, 

1860; [with an eulogy on P. by G. Bancroft]. 
Cleveland, 1861. 8. (B 1615) 

HEATH, J. Serious charges against P. n.p., [1817]. 

12. (C82) 

LONGACRE, J. B., ami HERRING, J. (In their Nat. 

portr. gal., v. 2. 1835.) 

- MACKENZIE, A. S. Life of P. N. Y., [1840-] 

45. 2 v. 8. (Harper s fam. lib., v. 126, 127.) 

- NII.ES, J. M. Life of P. Hartford, 1820. 12. 

PARSONS, U. Battle of Lake Erie; disc, before the 

Rhode Island Hist. Soc., 1852. Prov., 1854. 8". (B 
1610, 1615) 

REVIEW of the Documents by a citizen of 
Mass. Boston, 1834. 8. 

Another copy. (B 1602) 

WILSON, T. (In hi.? Biog. of Amer. mil. and naval 

heroes, v. 2. 1819.) 

Perry, Sampson. Hist, sketch of the French Revo 
lution. London, 1796. 2 v. 8. 

Perry, Thomas Walter. Reasonable limit of lawful ritual 
ism. (In Shipley, O. The Church and the world. 

Perry, Timothy. Poem, New Ipswich, Appleton Academy. 
(In New Ipswich Appleton A cad. Oration. 1861.) 

Perry, Walter C. The Franks, from their first ap 
pearance to the death of Pepin. London, 
1857. 8. 

Perry, Wm. The man of business and gentleman s 
assistant. 3d ed. impr. Edin., 1777. 8. 

Royal standard Eng. dictionary. 4th Amer. 

Wore. ed. Worcester, 1796. 4. 

Same. 9th ed. London, 1798. 4. 

- Synonymous etymological and pron. Eng. dic 

tionary. London, 1805. 8. 

Perry, Wm. Stevens, Bp. Historical collections re 
lating to the American colonial Church. 
Hartford, 1870-71. 2 v. 4. 

Contents. Vol. 1. Virginia, 1650-1705. 2. 
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ed. See Churchman s year book. 1871. 

Perry. DUBIEF, L. F. Manuel du fabricant de 

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Perry Co., O. WALLING, H. F. Map. N. Y., 


Persecution. See Liberty of conscience, ftpedally BAYLE, 

See al*o Elwall, E. ; Galilei, G. ; Servetus ; 
alto Friends ; Inquisition ; Jews ; Martyrs ; 
Protestants ; Witchcraft. 

Persecution for religion judg d and condemned. 1662. (In 
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Pers6e et Demetrius, tragedie. See Corneille, T. 
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HERDER, J. Q. v. Persepolis; mlt Flguren. Per- 

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HIRT, A. Die Ituinen von Jschilminar. (In Berlin. 

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PRICE, \V. Diss. upon the antiq. of P. (In his 

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SAINT MARTIN, A. J. Lcs inscr. de P. (In Paris. 

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Perseus. PANOFKA, T. Perseus mid die Graea. (In Ber 
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Perseverance of Saints. UAYNER, M. Observ. on Tytler e 
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ZANCIII, G. De persev. sanctorum. (In his Opera 

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Persia, Ciro di. Canzone. Quartine. (In Trucchi, F. 
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Persia. Antiquities. 

DUREAU DE LA HALLE, A. J. C. A. La poliorcetiqtie 

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FORSTER, C. Monuments of Assyria, Babylo 

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BEAUMONT, A. de. Architecture in P. (In Revue 

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See also Persepolis. 

See Literature (p. 2298). 


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IDELER, C. L. Ueber die Zeitrechnung der Perser. 

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FRASER, J. B. See Description, 1821-22. 

HANWAY, J. Account of the British trade over 

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BENJAMIN of Tadela, [1160-73]. (In his Itinerary. 

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Eng., abstract. (/nKerr, K. Col. of voy.. v. 1. 1824.) 

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ZENO. C. Viaggio in P., [1450]. (In Ramusio, G. B. 

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CONTARISI, A. Viaggio nella P., 1473. (In Ramusio, 

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Lat. Conversa a J. Geudero. (In Bizari, P. Rer. 

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VAKTIIEMA, L. di. Voy., P., etc., 1503. (In his 

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BANISTKR, T., and DUCKET, G. Voyage, 1568-74. 

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BANISTER, T.. and DUCKET, G. Voyage. 1559. (In 
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BfHROLT.n, C. Sixth voyage, 1579. (In Hakluyt, It. 
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RELATION d un voyage de P., 1593-99, par nn gcntil- 
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PARRY, W. Travels of Sir A. Sherlcy to the Per 
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MILDENHALL, J. Travels, [1606]. (In Harris, J. 
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HERBERT, Sir f. Travels. 1626. (In Harris, J. Col. 
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TRAVELS of the ambassadors of the Duke of Holstoin, 
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TAVEUNIEK, J. B. .Voyages en P., [1646-86]. (Vol. 
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- Same, extracts. (In Harris, J. Voy., v. 2. 1705; 

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HANWAY, J. [1743-50.] (In his Hist, account, v. 1, 2. 

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FRANCKLIN, W. Tour from Bengal to P., 1786-87. 

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IlAM.MER-PuilGSTALL, J., Freiherr von. Memoiresur 
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PERSIA (Descr. and Trav.) 


PERSIA (History) 

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STUAUT, Lieut. Col. /?. A. Journal of a resi 
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See ulxo Ispahan ; Khorasan ; Media ; 
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COMPLF.AT succession of Persian kings [to 1626]. (In 
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Sophis en Perse, du nom de Kisilbasch, ou Tete 
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POBSIIJS, H. De bello inter Murathem III Turcaruni, 
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ENTREE solemnellc. L , faicte & Rome aux ambassa- 
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HANWAY, J. Revolutions of P., [1700-50]. 
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NEUMANN, K. F. Persien seit dem Niedergang der 
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WATSON, R. G. History of P., [1800-] 58. 

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SciiLECHTA-WssEHRD, O. von. Dor letzte persisch- 

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TORNAU, 8. von. Aus der neuesten Geschichte Per- 

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THOMAS, A. G. Negoc. de 1 Angloterre et de la Rus- 

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- HUNT, G. II. Outram and Havelock s Persian 

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See alo II Chan ; Iran ; Persepolis ; Tschil- 
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- ANGE DE ST. JOSEPH. Gazophylacium lingure 

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See also Syriac language. 


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- HAMMER- PURGSTALL, J. von. Geschichte der 

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- OUSELEY, Sir G. Biographical notices of Per 

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See also Bible (p. 283); alto Hafiz. 

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See also Description. LAURIE, T. 1843-62 
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DUREAU r>E LA MALLE, A. J. C. A. Examen des 

causes generates qui chez les Grecs et les Romains, 
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et en favoriser I accroisement dans 1 cmpire pcrsan . 
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BRUGSCH, H. C. F. Germanen und Perser. (In his 

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GAKZONI, M. Notice sur Ice Yezidis. (In Rousseau, 

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MKINERS, C. De variis religionis Persarum conver- 

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ROL SSEAU, J. B. L. Notice sur les Wahebis. (In his 

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TYCHSEN, T. C. De religionum Zoroastricarum apud 

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See also Parsi; Zendavesta. 

Persian adventurer; sequel to the Kuzzilbash ; 

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Persian Gulf. HEEHEN, A. II. L. DC prisca sinus 

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Germ. Ueber die alte Gestalt des persischen Meer- 

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MALKIZI, V. Account of the countries and people 

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- "WELLSTED, J. R. Travels to the city of the 

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Persian letters; by G. Ld. Lyttelton. (In Ms Works, v. 1. 

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Persiani, Fanny. CLAYTON, E. C. (In her Queens of 

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Persiani, Orazio. Sonetto. (In Trucchi, F. Poesie ital., 

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Persil, Eugene. De la lettre de change et du billet 

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Persiles y Sigismunda; [por] M. Cervantes Saavcdra. (In 

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Satirarum liber cum ejus vita, vetere scholiaste, 

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ace. index. Lugd. Bat., 1595. 4. 

Satyrcs. (In Juvenalis, D. J. Satyres. 1683. ) 

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rowingica, maiorum domus regia?, spuria. In 
dices, riotaj, etc. 

- Same. Leges. Hannovera?, 1835-68. 4 v. f. 
Contenti. Vol. 1. Regain Merowingorum capitula 
ria. Karlomanni principis capitularia. Pippini 
capitularia. Karoli Magni capitularia. Hludowici 
I. capitularia. 2. Tomi primi suppl. Chuonradi i., 

Heinrici i., Ottonia magni, Ottonis n., Otto- 
nis in., Heinrici n., Chuonradi n., Heinrici in., 

Heinrici iv., Heinrici v., Lotharii in., Chu 
onradi in. et Heinrici, Friderici i., Friderici I. et 
Heinrici vi., Heinrici vi., Philippi et Ottonis iv., 

Ottonis iv., Friderici n., Friderici n. et Hein 
rici, Friderici n., Friderici n. et Conradi iv., 
Heinrici anticassaris, Wilhelmi, Richardi, Ru- 
dolphi i., Adolphi, Alberti, Henrici vii. con- 




stitutioncs. Capitularia spuria, Canoncs ecclesiastic!, 
Bulla? pontificum. 3. Leges Alamannorum, Baiu- 
wariorum, Burgundionum. Lex Frisionum. 4. 
Leges Langobardorum. 
- Same. Scriptores. Hannoverse, 1826-74. 23 

v. (v.4, 6, 13, 14, 15 w.). f. 
Contents. Vol.1. Annales : sancti Amandi, Tiliani, 
Laubacenses et Petaviani, 687-926, Laureshamenses, 
Alaniannici. Guelferbytani, et Nazai iani, 71)3-926, 
Sangallenses, Augienses, < t Weingartenses, 691-1056, 
Juvavenses, 550-1049, B.EmmerammiRatisponengis, 
732-1102, antiqui Fuldenses, 753-822, Colonienses 
et Brunwilareuses, 776-1125, S. ColumVja Benonen- 
sis, 708-1218, Lugdunenses, 709-841, "Weissembur- 
genses, 765-846, Laurissenses minores, 680-817, 
Laurissenses et Einhardi, 741-829. I oeta> Saxonis 
ami. de gcstis Carol! rmigni imp., 771-814. Cbronicon 
Moissiacense a sac. 4o usque ad 818 et 840. Ann. 
Mettenses, C87-C30, Fuldenses, G80- C J01. Petri bib- 
liothecarii hist. Francorum abbreviitia, 680-898. Ann. 
Bertiniani, 741-882, Vedastini, 877-SOO. Chronicon 
de Normannorum gestis in Krancia, 820-911. Regino- 
nis ehron., 1-<JOO; Continuator Keginonis, 907-1 67. 

2. SirijitoreH rtrum fcangalltnisiuni , ed. D Ildc- 
phonso nb Arx. Vita S. Galli. Gozberti diaconi 
contin. lib. II de miraculis 8. Galli. Abbatum S. Galli 
catalogue. Abbates mon;:stcrii Augiensis. Episc. 
Constantiensis ccclcsia>. Vita S. Otmari abbatis San- 
galleiisis. Walafridi Strabonis vita S. O. Ysonis de 
miraculis S. O. lib. n. Rhythmi de S. O. Casus S. 
Galli. Annalis. Ann. S. Amandi, 742-855, S. Ba- 
vonis Gandensis, 608-1350. Annalium Lobiensium 
fragm. Ann. S. Maximini Trevirensis, 708-987. 
Chronicon S. Martini Coloniensis, 7;;6-1021. Annalium 
Brunwilarensium suppl., 1000-1149. Ann. Xantenses, 
640-874, Fuldenses, 651-838, Wirziburgenses, 687- 
1480, Besuenses, 1-1174, Lemovicenses, 838-1060. 

Chron. Aquitanicum, 830-1025. Ann. Floriacenses, 
626-1860 sex atatibus mundi usque ad a. 810. 

Ex chronico Moissiacensi, 787-789, 804-813, 816. 
Chroni< a. I auli Warnefridi lib. de episc. Mettensibus. 

Gesta abbatum Fontanellensium, 833-850. Fragin. 
chron. Fontanellensis, 841-859. Kerum Francorum 
genealogia?. Ex Adonis ehron., 866-1031. Erchan- 
berti breviarium r< gum Francorum, 827-881. llitor\ot. 
Vita S. Bonifatii a net. Willibaldo, cum app. Ex vita 
S. Lebuini auct. Hucbaldo Elnonensi. Eigilis vita S. 
Sturmi abbatis Fuldensis. Anskarii vita S. Willobadi 
episc. Bremensis. Angilberti carmen de Karolo 
Magjio. Altfridi vita S. Liudgeri. Einhardi vita 
Karoli imperatoris. Ermoldi Nigelll carmlna. Ex 
Paschaaii Kadberti vita S. Adalhardi abbatis Corbcien- 
sis, Walze abbatis Corbeiensis. Ex UfHngi AVerth- 
inensis vita S. Ida?. Historia translationis S. Viti. 
Thegani vita Hludowici. Vita Hludowici. Nithardi 
historiarum libri iv. Translatio S. Alexandri auctori- 
bus Rudolpho et Meginharto. Ex translat. S Pusin- 
nse. Vita S. Anskarii a Rimberto et alio discipulo, ed. 
a D. C. F. Duhlmann. Monachi Sangallensis de gestis 
Karoli lib. n. Vita S. Rimberti archiep. Harnmabur- 
gensis. Abbonisde bellis 1 arisiaca? urbis libri in. 

3. Annalfs inin. Germanise. Annales Corbeien- 
ses, 658-1148, Hersfeldenses, Hildesheimenses, Qued- 
linburgenses, "\Veissenburgenses, et Lamberti, Ful 
denses antiqui, 651-838, S. Bonifacii, 716-1024, 
Pragenses, 894-1220. Annalium Juvavensium supple- 
mentum.. Annales Augustani, 973-1104, Augien- 
ses, 541-817, Errisidlenses, -1569, Flaviniacenses 
et Lausonenses, 382-985, Monasterienses, 528-1194, 
Mettenses. Galliae. Annales S. Vincentii Mettensis, 
688-1280, Mosomagenses, 969-1452, S. Germani 
Parisiensis, 406-1061. Ex Annalibus S. Albini Ande- 
gavensis, 976-1099. Annales Masciacenses, 732-1013. 
Ad annales Petavianos, 746, 756, 776, 788, 790. Annales 
Auscienses, 687-1127. Italia?. Annales Casinates, 
914-1042, Beneventani, 788-1130, Cavenses, 569- 
1315. Chronica min. Chroniea S. Benedict!. 
Chronica de monasterio 8. Benedicti. Chronicon 
comitum Capuae, 815-1058. Catalogue principum Cap- 
use. Catalogus principum Salerni. Chronicon 
ducum Beneventi, Salerni, Capuae, et Neapolis. 
Regum et imperatorum catalog!. Cronica regum Fran 
corum. Tabulae Karolorum et Ottonum. Regum 
Italiae et imperatorum catalog!. Chron. Nemausense, 
768-1108, Luxoviense. Ann., chron., hint. Casi- 
nense, 568-867. Andreas presbyter! Bergomatis chron., 
568-877. Chron. Brixiense, 749-893. Erchemperti 
hist. Langobardorum, 774-889. Lindprandi opera, 
887-969. Flodoardi ann., 919-978. Widukindi res 
gestaa Saxonicae, 919-973. Chron. Salernitanum, 747- 
974. Richer! historiarum libri iv, 884-995. Richer! 
ann., 995-998. Acta concilii Kemensis ad 8. Basolum 
auct. Gerberto. Leunis abbatis et legati ad Ilugonem 

et Rotbirtum reges epistola. Acta concilii Mosomen- 
sis auct. Gerberto, Causeicnsis. Gregorii v. papas 
litters? <le synodo Papiedsi. Benedicti 8. Andreaa 
monaehi chron., 360-973. Thietmari chron., 919-1018. 

4. \Yanthuj. 

5 Ann. min. Germanise. Annales Ottenburani, 
727-1113, S. Michaelis Babenbergensls, 11C6-1160. 
Scafhusenses, 1009-1064, Gengenbacenses, 1027-10C6, 

S.Eucharii Trevirensis, 1010-1092, Elnonenses, 
533-1224, Blandinienses, 1-1292, Formoselenses, 
1-11:^6. Galliae. Ann. S. Benign! Diviomnses, 564- 
1285. Italia?. Ann. Barenses, 605-10-13. Lupi 
1 rotospatarii, 855-1102. Clirini.min. Regum et imp. 
catalog!. Ann. matrons, cfiion. <jtii. Herimanni 
Augiinsis chron., 1-1054. Lamberti Hersfeldensis 
ann., 1040-1077. Bertholdi ann., 1054-ldSO. Brunonis 
liber de bello Saxonico. Bernoldi ehron. Ann. 
Roman!, 1044-1187. Marian! S-cotti chron., 1-1082. 

6. \\initiittj. 

7. Johannis diaconi chron. Venctum et Grade-life ad 
1008. Ex IJodulfl Glabri liii-toriis, ad 1044. Chroni 
con Novaliciense ad 1048, Herigeriet Anselmi gcsta 
cpiscoporum Turgrensium Traiecti iifium et Leodien- 
i-ium. Ex chronico S. Benigni Divionensis, 1(141-1052. 

Gundechari liber ponlif. Eichstetensis ad 1072; cum 
Ottonis et all. contin. Anonymus Haserensis de episc. 
Eichstetensibus, 741-1058. M. Adam! gesta Uam- 
maburgenisis eccles. pontih cum ad 1072. Chron. Bre- 
mense ad 1072. Gesta episc. Cameracensium. Chron. 
S. Andreas castri CV.meracetsii, 1001-1133. Leonis 
Maisicani et Petri diaconi ehron. monasterii Casineneis, 
529-1139. C hron. episc. Hildesheimensium, ad 1079, 

8. Arnulfi gesta archiepisc. Mediolanensium ad 1077, 

Landulli hi^t. Mediolanensensium ad 1085. Catalo 
gus archiepisc. Mediolanensium ad 1355. Gesta Tre- 
verorum, cum apper.dice. Ruperti chron. S. Laurentii 
Lecdiensis, 959-1095. Chroiiicon Hugonis monaehi 
Virdmifiisis et Divionensis abbatis Flaviniacensis. 
A ita Wiclierti tt gesta abbatum Gcmblacensium auct. 
Sigeberto et Godescalco Gemblacensibus. Chronicon 
is. Hubert! Andaginensis ad 1106. Gesta episc. Tullen- 
sium ad 1107. 

9. Cosmse chron. Boemorum ; ed. R. Kopke: Cosmaa 
libri in, 1125 ; Canonic! Wissegradensis contin., 1126- 
1142; Monachi Sazavensis contin., 932-1162: Ca- 
i:onieorum Pragensinm contin., 1140-1195; Wences- 
lai i. rtgis liistoria, 1228-1249; Annales Pragenses, 
1116-1283, Otakariani, 1254-1278. Chroni On Bene- 
dictoburanum : 740-1060; ed. W. Wattenbach ; Bre 
viarium Gotschalci, 740-1052; ed. "\V. Wattenbach; 
Translatio S. Anastasise, 1053; Chron. Burensis monas. 
terii, 740-1139, 1248, 1377, 1378. 1490-1493; ed "VV. Wat- 
tenbaeh. Guillermi Apuliensis gesta K. Wiscardi, 
1009-1085; ed. R. Wilmans. Geneal. comitum Bulo- 
nensium ; ed. L. C". Bethman. Genealogia comitum 
Flandriae; ed. L. C. Bethmann : Witgeri geneal. Ar- 
nulri eomitis; De Arnulfo coinite ; 
Fl. Bertiniana; Contin Marchianensis; Contin. 
Leidensis et Divionensis; Geneal. regum Francorum 
coin. Fl. Lamberti geneal. com. Fl., 1120; Contin , 
1127, 1128. Flandria generosa, 1164; Contin. Brux- 
ellensis; Coiitin. Geslenensis; Contin. Claromaris- 
censis. Geneal. brevis com. Fl., 1202; <). de Thiel- 
rode geneal. com. Fl., 1271; Catalog! com. Fl. 
Hugonis Flouaeensis opera hist.; ace. alia? Francorum 
hist. ; ed. G. Waitz : Ex historia eccles. ed. prima?; 
Editio alt. lib. vi digesta; Historia Francorum Seno- 
nensis, 688-1034; Frag. hist. Foasatensis sa c. ix-xiil ; 

Aimoinus Floriacensis de regno Francorum; Ex- 
cerpta ex miraculis 8. Benedicti ; Hugonis liber qui 
modernorum regum Francoruin continet actus, 1108; 
Historia regum Francorum monasttrii S. Dionysii, 1108, 
1137. Chronicon Affligemense, 1083-1100. Visio 
Fulgentii, 1109. Chron. Polonorumusque, 1113; ed. I. 
Szlachtowski et R. Kopke. Annales Austriae ; ed. W. 
Wattenbach: Ann. Mellicenses, 1-1123; Contin., 
1124-1564; Auctarium Mellicenses, 508-1269; Con- 
tin. Zwetlensis, 1140-1189; Auct. Zwetlense, 1024- 
1160; Contin. Cremifanensis, 1139-1216; Auct. 
Cremifanense, 249-1217; Auct. Lambacense, 1128- 
1197; Contin. Lambacensis, 1197-1348; Auct. 
Garstense, 450-1139; Annales Admuntenses, 1-1139; 

Contin. Admuntensis, 1140-1250, 1425: Contin. Gar- 
stensis, 1182-1257; Ann. Gotwicenses, 1068-1230; 
Contin. Claustroneoburgenses, Scotorum, Sancrucen- 
ses, Zwetlenaes, Novimontenses, Vindobonenses ; 
Contin. Claustroneoburgensis I., 1075-1168; Contin. 
Claustroneoburgensis n., 1141-1224; Contin. Scoto 
rum, 1225-1233; Contin. Sancrucensis I., 1225-1233; 

- Auct. Claustroneoburgense, 1072-1134; Contin. 
Claustroneoburgensis in., 1142-1233; Contin. San 
crucensis n., 1234-1266; Auct. Mariarcellense, 978- 
1259; Contin. Claustroneoburgensis iv., 1267-1279; 




Historia aim., 1264-1279; Contin. Zwetlensis ill., 
12tl-l.;2); Contin. Novimonteasia, 1329-1396 ; Ann. 
Zwetlensea, 1-1349; Contin. Zwetlensis iv., 134 S- 
13SO; Kalendarium Zwetlense, 1243-1458; Contin. 
Vindobonensis, 1207-1302, 1313-1327; Auct. Vindoba- 
nense, 893-1275 ; Contin. Praedieatorum Vindobonen- 
sinm, 1025-12S3; Auct. Sancrucense, 1138-1246; 
Contin. Sancrucensis in., 1302-1310; Contin. Clans- 
troneoburgensis v., 1307-1455; Contin. Clauatroneo- 
burgensia vi., 1267-12S8; Contin. Florianensis, 1273- 
130.1; Auct. cum. KaU iulario Alberti plebani de 
Waldkirchen, 1283-1332; Contin. Claustroneoburgen- 
sia VII., 1324-1383. S. Rudberti Salisbursjensis annales 
breves, 991-116S. Ann. K. Rudberti BalisburgL-nses, 
-12S6. Contin. Weichardi de 1 olliaiin, 1280-1307. 
Contin. canonicorum S. Rudberti .Sali.sburg:msis, 1308- 
1327. Ann. Matsesnass, 1305-1395. Contin. mona- 
chorum S. Petri, 1375-1398. Index auct. K. Wilmans 
ft W. Wattenbach. Glo.ssarium auct. 11. WLmans. 
Emend, et add. 

10. Anna! * Babenbergenaes, Ensdorfanaes, Augus- 
tani niinores : Ex chronographia Heimonia presbyter! 
8. Michadis Babenbergensis, 1006-1135; Anuales I5a- 
benbergenses, 1137-11SO, Ensdorfenses, 1184-1368, 
Augustan! minores, 1137-1321, 1457. Annales Sueviae : 
Vita llariofli fundatoris monast .Tii Ehvangensis auct. 
Ennenrico; - Ann. Elwangenses, 1-1237, Nereshei- 
menaes cum contin. auct. J. Schweickhofer ot all., 1049- 
1572; Chron Elwacense, 1-1477; Ann Zwifalten- 
sea ; Ortliebi dcfundatione monasterii Zwivildensis 
lib. it; Bertholdi liber do constructlone monasterii 
Zwivildensis. Ex Honorii Augustodunensis summa 
totius et imagine inundi; ed. K. \Viltaans. Regum 
imp. catalog!; i d. K. Kccpke. Chron. Gozecense ; ed. 
K. Kiopke, 10 tl-1 135. Chronica episc. ecclesiic Merae- 
burgensia; ed. K. Wilmans, -1514. Gesta abbatum 
Trudonensium : Rodulli gesta abbatum Trudonensium, 
999-1130; EpistoUe quatuor. Ex Willelmi Malmes- 
buricnsis scriptis historicis; ed. G. Waitz. Laurenta 
de Lejdio gesta episc. Yirilunensium et abbatum S. 
Vitoni Gesta episc. Mettensium ; ed. G. Waitz, 
1120-12.16 \ it t. Vita Chrodegangl episc. Mettensis 
auct. ut videtur Johanne abbate Gorziensi. Vita 
Mahthildia regime antiquior; ed. Ktepkiv Vita Ge- 
behardi episc. CoiiNtantiensis; ed. W. Wattenbach. 
Vita S. Haimeraili auct. Ekkeberto. Kriiilieri para- 
phrasis. Index auct. W Wattenbach et II. Wilmans. 

Glossarium auct. K. Wilmans. 

11. Gesta arohi . pise. Salisburgenaium ; ed. W. Wat 
tenbach : De conversions BagoariorumetCarant -inorum 
libellns; Computationes saec. xn. de temp >re S. Rud 
berti; Vita Gebehardi archiepisc. auct. monacho 
Adm intsnsi ; Catalogue pra?sulinn Saliaburgensium ; 

Vita Geberhardi ; i assio Tiemonia ai-chiepisc. ; 
Vita Gebshardi. Taimonis, Chunratii, Eberhardi, Clum- 
radi n. arciiiepis; 1 . cum Clironico Admuntoi^i; I lauc- 
tua de obitu Friderici dueis Austri;e et epitaphium; 
Pas.sio Thieomnis archiepisc.; Vita Chunradi archie 
pisc. ; Eberhardi. Vita et miracula SS. Juvavcn- 
sium Virgilii, Hartwici, Eberhardi. Vita Meinwerci 
episc. Patherbrunnensis. Vita Godchardi episc. Hil- 
denesheiraensia auctore Wolfherio: Continuatio vitie 
Bernwardi; Vita Godehardi episc. prior; Vita 
Godehardi episc. posterior; Miracula; Versus in 
l.uulem sancti Godeliardi. Vita Stephani regis Unga- 
risi; ed. W. Wattenbaeh. Wiponis proverbia, tt tralo- 
gus Henrici regis. versus ad mens:im rcgis, vita Chuon- 
radi n. imp -ratoris. Vita Guntheri oromitse. Vita 
Richard! abbatis S. Vitoni Virdunensis. Vita Poppo- 
nis abbatis Stabulensis auct. Everhelmo; ed. W. Wat- 
tcnbaoh. Bardonis archiepisc. Moguntini vita duplex; 
ed. W. Wattenbach.- Translatio S. Dionysii Areopa- 
git:c: ed. li. K<E[)ke. Ex Othloni op.-ribus; ed. li. 
Wilmans. Brunwilarensis monasterii fundatio; ed. 
R. Kucpkc. Gialeberti carmen de incendio S. Amandi 
Elnonensis; ed. L. C. Bethmann. Triiimphus S. Re- 
macli de MaltnundarieiiHi coenobio; ed. W. Wattenbach. 

Vita Annonis archiepisc. Colonien.sis; ed. K. K<epke. 

Hi-toria? Farfensea ; ed. L. C. Bethmann : Constructio 
Farfsnaia; Hugonis opuscula; Ordo Farfsnsia; 
Gregorii Catinensis opera; Catalogus abbatum Far- 
fensium; Annales Farfenses. Benzonia episc. 
Albensis ad Heinricum iv. imp. lib. vn; ed. K. Pertz. 

Index, etc. 

12. Vita Anselmi episc. Lucensis auct. Bardone pres- 
bytero, -10S7. Vita Theoderici abbatis Andaginensis, 
-10S7. Vita Bennonis II. ( pise. Osnaburgensis auct. 
Norberto abb. Iburgensi. Jocundi translatio S. Ser- 
vatii, -108S. Vita Adalberonia episc. Wirziburgensis. 

Wido episc. F(>rrarienses de schismate Hildebrandi, 
_1090. Ex vita Wolf hclmi abbatis Brunwilarensis auct. 
Canrado, -1091. Vita Benedict! abbatis Clusensis, 
-10J1. Vita Willihelmi abbatis Hirsangiensis auct. 
Haimone, -1107. Vita Altmanni episc. Pataviensis, 

-1156. Vita Wernheri episc. Mersebnrifensis. -1093. 
Ex vita S. Udalrici prioris Cellensia, -1093. Vita Hein- 
rici iv. imp., -1106. Translatio et mirucnla 8. Modo- 
aldi, -1107. Kx translatio S. Auctoris, -1115. Mirac 
ula b. Eiiijidii auct. Petro Guillelmo, -1120. Seheri 
prlmordia Calraosiacensla, -llOa. Donizonia vita Ma- 
thlldls, -1115. Xarratio de llbertate ecclesise Fabari- 
ensis, -111(1. Canonic! Leodiensia eliron. rhytlimicuin, 
1110. Hessonis scholastic! relatio de conclllo Itemensi, 
-111!). Uodalacalcua de Kginone et Herimanno, -1120. 

Vita Theogeri abbatis S. Georgii et episc. Mettensis, 
1120. Vita Krminoldi alibatis Pruvenginensis, -1121. 
Vita Friderici * pisc Leonidensis, -112i. Xarr.itio de 
eh ctione Lotharii in regem Itomanorura, -1125. Vita 
Godefridi comitis Capenbergensla (ob. 1127), -1149. 
Vita Karoli comitis Klandriaj, -1127. Rupertua de 
incendio Tintiensi et de Cuiionc episc. Katisponensi. 
Translatio Godehardi episc Ilildesheimensis, -1428. 
Ex Herimanni de miraculis S. Mari;e Iv.uidunensis 
lib. in. Vita Norberti aivhiepisc. Magdeburgensiu, 
-1134. Arnulfl archidiaconi in Girardum Engolismen- 
sem invectiva. V r itao Ottonis episc. Bamberflrensls, 

13, 14, 15. Wnntinri. 

16. Francia Orientalis. Annales Herbipolen- 
sea, 1125-5S, 1202-04, 15, Hileabrunnensea. 1099-1338. 

Xot:e Eberbacenses, 1186, 35,1460. Thuringia 
ct Saxonica. Ann. S. Petri Erphesfurdenscs, 1078- 
11S2, Erphordenaes, 1220-54. Veterocellenaea, 801- 
14S4, Palidenses auct. Theodoro monacho ah o. c. 
-1182, 1390, Rosenveldenaea, 1057-1130, Magde- 
burgensea, 1-1188, 14"):i-1460, Stederburgenses auct. 
Gernardo pnpposito. 10:) ! )-1195, Pegaviensea et Boao- 
vienaea, 1000-1227, Stadenaes auct. M. Alberto ab 
O. c. -1256; ed. J. M Lappenberg, Hamburgenaea, 1- 
126") ; ed J. M. Lappenberg, Ryenses ab o. c. -1288; 
ed. J. M. Lappenberg, Lubicenaes, 1204-1324; ed. J. .\. 
Lappenberg, Saxonici ab o. c. -1271; ed. L. C. Beth 
mann. Notae Hannovoranae, 12.(7, Yburgenses, 
817-841, 107 2-10 85. Xot;o Monaateriensea, 1041-1197. 

Frisia et Hollandia. Ann. Egmundani, 875- 
1205, 1207-1.315. Anglia. Ann. AngliaB : Ex c. 
annalium, 1-1155; Ex c. S. Petri Cantuariensis, 1111- 
1141; Ex c. annalium Saxonicoram, 743-1147; Ex 
annalibus Winchecumbenaibua, 1052-1194; Ex c. 
annalium a nativltate Johannia, -1235 ; Ex annalibus 
Fiacaimensibua, 919-1213, Halesienaibua, 780-1290, 
siec. XIII , 106t>-1271. Gallia. Annales Engolia- 
mensea, 815-991, S. Petri Catalaunensis, 1009-122S, 
Darvenses, 1190-1316. hotharingia. Annales 
Mosellani, 704-797; ed. .1. M. Lappenberg, S. Pauli 
Virdnnensis, 908-1215. 1249, 1419, Aquacinctini, 1079- 
1279. S. Quint ini Veromandensis, 79:1-994; ( aincra- 
censes auct. Lamberto Waterlos, 1099-1170, Ganden- 
saa, 12i6-1310: ed J. M. Lappanberg, Parchens^a ana- 
tivitatc Johannis, -1316, 1458, Marchianenses, 1-1306, 
ed. L. C. Bethmann, Floraffiensea, 1-1482; ed. L. C. 
Bethmann, 8. Jacobi Leodi-nsis, 1-1393, Lamberti 
1 arvi, 9SS-1193, Reineri, 1006-1230. Xotse Aureae- 
vallensea, 549-1192. Annales Aquensea, 1001-1196, 
Rodensea, 1100-1157, Brunwilarenaea, 1000-1179, 
S. Petri Coloniensis, 798-S18, Coloniensea, 814-964, 
Colonienses. 944-979, Remunses et Coloniensea, 961- 
1196, S. Gereonis Coloniensis, 1191-1248. Notie S. 
Petri Coloniensis, 1247, Agrippinenses, 1092-1384. 
Index, etc., auct. K. Pertz. 

17. Francia Orientalis. Annales et notas Ba- 
benbergenaes, 1012-1501. Saxonia. Annales Bre- 
menaes, 750-1307. Lotharingia. Ann. Coloniensea 
maximi ab o. c. -1237, Colonienaes minimi, 1193-1206. 

Francia Ilhenenses. Ann. Moguntini, 1083- 
1309, S. Diaibodi, 891-1200, Seligenatadenaes, 1067- 
116S, S. Nazarii, 936-978, Worin itiensea, 873-1366, 

Worinatienaea, 1165-12:>5, Spirenaea, 920-1272. 
Alsatia. Ann. Argentinenses, 073-1207, Ellen- 
hardi Argentinensis, 1132-1389, Marbacenaea, 631- 
1375, Maurimonasterienses, 814-1288, Colmarien- 
sea, Baaileensea, Chronicon Colmariense, 1211-1472. 
Burgundia. Ann. Bernenaea, 1191-1405. Xotae 
Cluniacensea, 412-1359. Alamannia. Ann. 8. 
Blaaii et Engelbergenaea, 932-1546, Annales Suevici, 
1273-1292, S. Trudperti, 1240, S. Georgii in Nigra 
silva, 613-1308, Sindelftngenaea, 1083-1294, Wein- 
gartensea Welfici, 1101-1181, Ottenburani Isingrimi 
et minores, 1121-1416. Bavaria. Ann. Benedicto- 
burani, 1109-1278; ed. Ph. Jaffe. Notto Dieaaenaea, 
1122-1432; ed. Ph. Jaffe. Annales et notre Unders- 
dorfenses, 1173-1483, Scheftlarienaes, 814-1463. 
Ann. et hist. Altahenaes ; ed. Ph. Jaffe: Auctarium 
Ekkehardi Altahenses, 508-1139; Ann. ducum Bava- 
riae, 508-907 ; Catalogus abbatum Altahenainm ; 
Nomina monachorum Altahenaium ; Hermannus de 
institution*; raonasterii Altahensis ; De advocatis Alta- 
hensibua; Geneal. Ottonis n. ducis Bavariao et Agae- 




tisducissas; Hermannus abbas A Itahcn sis de rebus 
Eiiis gestis, 1242-1273; Annales, 1137-1273; Abdica 
tions; Heinricus Steoro de Hermanni abbatis moite ; 

Contm. Altahensis, 1273-1290 ; Contin. Ratiabonen- 
sis, 1287-1301; HIT Altmanni abbatis Altaheni-is, 
1367; Notre Altahenses, 765-1585. Ann. 8. S. Udal- 
rici et Afrae Augustenses, 1100-1334; cd. Ph. JafFe. 
Notre Baumburgenaea, 10.")8-13S3; cd. 1 h. Jafl e.. Magni 
presbyter! annales Reicherspergenses, 021-1355 : cd. AV. 
Wattenbacb. Annalcs Aldcrsbacensea, 1273-1286, 
Osterhovenses, 43-1433, Historire ft annalcs Wind- 
bergenses, ed. Ph. Jarle, llfO-1407. Annalcs ct notas 
B. Emmerammi Ratisbonenses ct Weltenburgenaes, 
792-14(18, Ratibbonenses, -1201; ed. AV. Wattenbach, 

Eberhardi archidiaconi Ratisbonensis, 1273-1305; ed. 
Ph. Jarle, Pruvenigenaea, 770-1298; ed. "\V. AVatten- 
bach. Chounradi Sehirensis clironicon, catalog], 1077- 
1226; cd. I ll Jaft e. Bohemia et Moravia. An 
nalcs Gradicenses et Opatowicenses, 894-1158; ed. AV. 
Wattenbach. Vincentii et Gerlachi, 1140-1188 ; ed. AV. 
"\Vattenbach, Heinrici dc Heimburg, S61-1300. Bo- 
hemiae, 80-1453. 

18. Annales Italia;. Cafari annalcs, 1009-1163 : 
Cafari dc liberatione civitatum Orienlis liber, 1095-1109; 

Brevis regni Jeroaolymitani hist., 1019-1188 ; Contin. 
Jacobo Auriae. 1192-1294. Oberti canccllarii annalcs, 
1164-1173, Otoboni scriba?, 1174-11! 6, Ogcrii Panis, 
1197-1219, Marchisii scribae, 1220-1224, Bartholo- 
maei scribae, 1225-1248, Januenses, 1249-1264, Lan- 
franci Pignolli, Guilielmi de Murtedo, Marini Usus- 
maris it Henrici marchhmis de Gavio, 1L64, 1265, 
Marineti dc Marino, Guilielmi de Murtedo juris perito- 
rum, Marini Ususmaris ct Johannis Suzoboni laicorum, 
1265, 1206, Nicolai Guercii ct Guilielmi de Murtedo 
Ictoruni, Enriei Drogi et Bonivassalli Ususmaris laico 
rum, 1267-1269, Oberti Slanconi, Jacob! Aurie, Mar- 
chisini dc Cassino et Birtolini Bonifatii, 1270-1279, 
Jacobi Auriae, 12SO-1294, Mediolanenses, 1154-1230, 
382-1295. AnnaU B Placentini : Ann. Placentini Guelfi, 
1012-1235, Placcntini Gibellini, 1154-1284 ; Mutii 
dc Modoctia notse, 1290-1302; Mathei Vicecomitis lit- 
terre ad Placentinos de obitu Ottonis archiepisc., 1295, ct 
notae archiepisc. Mediolanensium, 12v)5-1317. Ann. Lan- 
denses auct. Ottone ct Acerbo Morcnis, 1153-1168; cd. 
Ph. Jaffe, Parmenses ct Ferrarienses, 1038-1335. - 
Carmina triumphalla dc Victoria civitatc i., n., in 
Ann. Cremonenses. 1096-1232. Chronic! Cremont-nsla 
frag., 1310-1317. Annalcs Bergoniates, 1167-1241; ed. 
Ph. Jafte, Krixienses, 1014-1273; ed. L. Bethmnnn. 

19. Annalium Jtalice pars atttra. Italia Supe 
rior. Annalcs Veronenses : 1095-1178; Ann. S. 
Trinitatis, 1117-1223; Parisii de Ccrcta, 1117-1277. 
Ann. Mantuani, 1183-1299. Rolandini 1 atavini chron- 
ica, 1200-60, 62; ed. P. Jaffe 1 . Ann. S. Justinse Pata- 
vini, 1207-70; ed. P. Jarle, Foroiuliensis, 1252-1331 ; 
ed. W. Arndt. Notae Passerini, 1343-64. Tuscia. 
Ann. Florentini, 1110-73, Seneses, 1107-1407, - 
Bernard! Marangonis Pisani, 1004-1175; ed. K. Pertz. 

Notre, 1128,48, 54. Terra ec desire Roman ae. 
Annalcs Reatini, 1054-1377 ; ed. I,. C. Bethmann, 
Urbevetani, 1161-1313. Not* Romanae, 1111-23. 
Annales Sublacenses, 1145-1216, Ceccanenses, -1217. 

Regum Siciliae. Ann. Casinenses, 1000-1212; 

Notae, 1349, 62, 1500. Ryccardi de S. Germano 
notarii chron., 1189-1243; Epistola ad patres Casinen- 
6C8 in fine vitae missa. Romoaldi II archiepisc. Saler- 
nitani annalcs, 893-1178; ed. AV. Arndt. Dc pace 
Veneta, 1177 ; ed. W. Arndt. Oli Diurnali di Messer 
Matteo di Giovenazzo; ed. H. I abst. Ann. Siculi, 
1027-1282. Marca Hispanica. Annales Barcino- 
nenses, -1149. Anglia. Annales Lindisfarnenses, 
532-993, Dunelmenses, 995-1199. Cnntonis rcgis 
gesta sive Encomium Emmas reginae auct. monachi S. 
Bertini. Pom crania; ed. W. Arndt. Annalcs ct 
notae Colbazienses, 17-1560. Notae Camienses, 1495, 
96, Prussia; ed. \V. Arndt. Ann. terras Prussicae, 
1029-1450, canonic! Sambiensis, 3-1338. Livonia. 
Ann. Dunemundenses, 1313-48; ed. AV. Arndt. Si 
lesia; cd. AV. Arndt. Ann. Wratislayiensis, 1149-1491 ; 

Notoe, 1200, 1682. Ann. Silesiaci comp., 967-1249, 

Grissowienses, 1230-1312, Cisterciensium in Hcin- 
ricbow, 971-1326; Notes, 1386, 1410. Ann. Heinrich- 
owenses, 977-1293, Lubenses, 1241-1315. Epitaphia 
ducum Silesiae, 1201-1342. Ann. Silesiae, 1071-1290. 
Chron. Polono-Silesiacum, -1278. Polonfa; ed. R. 
Ropell. Ann. Cracovienses, ab o. c. -1331, Lubin- 
enses, 1143-75, Kamenzenses, 965-1165, Polonorum, 
I, ii, in, iv, 965-1419. Nota3 Lublinensis, 1456-97. 
Ann. Mechoviensis, 947-14:34, S. Crucis Polonici, 966- 
1410. Ephemerides et notae Wladislaviensis, 1296- 
1366. Ungaria. Ann. Posinienaes, 997-1203; ed. 
W. Arndt. Index, etc. 

20. Suppl. tomi 1. Annalium saeculi octavi Werthi- 
ncusium fragm., 751-785. Annales Bawariaa, 697-811. 

S tppl- tomi 5. Ann. Altahenses, 708-1073; ed. AA il- 
helmo de Gicscbrccht et Eclmundo L B. ab Ocfclc : Pars 
auct. Wolf herio Hildenesheimensi, 70S-10">2; Ann. 
exccrpli ab Aventino, 708-816. /Siipf.l. ti.ini 7. Chron. 
Ebershergense, 880-1045; cd. AV. Arndt. Suppl. 
tomi 12. Anselmi (pise. Lucersis vitap primariae fnigm., 
1087; cd. AV. Arndt. Lanclulfl dc S Paulo historia 
Mediolancnsis. 1097-1137; cd. L. Bethmann et P. Jafle. 

Herbordi dialogus de vita Ottonis cpisc. Babcnbcrg- 
ensis; cd. R. Kopkc. Clir<>n. trri ^>i<riii. Ex Order- 
ici Vitalis hii-t. cedes. Ottonia e]>isc. Frisir gens-is 
opera; ed. H. AVilmans : Chron. ab Ottone Frisingensi 
episc. conscript! contin nuct., >iti videtur, Ottone S. 
BUisii nionacho; Gesta Fridcrici I. imp. auct. Ottone 
et Ragervino ; Epis-tola dc mortc impc ratoris, 1189 ; 
Triumplius S. Lamberti de castro Bullonico: ed. AV. 
Arndt. Ex vita S Mochullei Hiherniensis episc.; ed. 
K. Pcrtz. Historia pontificalia, 1148-52; cd. AV. 
Arndt. Chron. Lippoldsbergense, 1051-1151; ed. AV. 
Arndt Reineri monachi S. Laurel, tii Leodiensis opera 
historica; cd. AV. Arndt: A ita Everacli cpisc. Leodien- 
sis, AVolbodonis, Reginardi ; Libellus de ad- 
ventu rcliquir.rnm S. Laurcntii martyris in Lcodium ab 
urbc Roma Ludovici scnioris Leodiencis; Trinnipbalc 
Bulonicon ; De incptiis cuiusdam idioto? libcllus ad 
ainicum primus et secundus; Contin. dc abbatibus S. 
Laurcntii usque ad 1404; Opusculnm cuiusdam ad 
arnicnm de casu fulminis, 1182; Libellus gratiarum 
actionis ad beatum Lanreiitium super dedicationc nova, 
1182; Brcviloquhmi de incendio S. Lamberti, 11SS7. 
Casng monastcrii Petrishusensis recog Ottone Abel et 
L AVciland. Fundatio monasterii Gratiae Dei circa 
1147; cd. I abst. Index, etc. 

21. Helmoldi prcsb. chron. Slavornm, 800-1172, ex 
schedis I. M. Lappcnbcrg. Arnoldi abbatis Lubccen- 
sis chronica, 1172-1209, recens. I. M. Lappcnbcrg. 
Chron. Holtzatiae auct. prcsbyt. Bremensis dicccesis, 
1172-1248, recens. I. M. Lappenberg. Gista :,bbatum 
Lobbiensium, 972-1156; ed. AV. Arndt. Chron. Lau- 
reshamense. 764-1179; ed. K. A. F. Pcrtz. Hist. 
Welforum AVingartcnsis, 800-1167; ed. I,. AVeiland. 
Contin. Staingademensis. 1167-91. Contin. \Vcingarl- 
enses chron. Hugonis ct Honorii ; ed. L AVciland, 1152- 
1208. Gisleberti chron. Hanonicnse. 1070-1195; ed. AV. 
Arndt. Appendices. Index, Glossarium, auct. L. 

22. Gotifredi A itcrbicnsis opera; ed. G. AVaitz: cum 
contin. ct add. Martini Oppaviensis chron. pontificum 
et imp.; ed. L. AVciland. Thoinae Tusci gesta imp. et 
pontiricum: ed. E. Ehrcnfcucbtcr. Annalcs S. Panta- 
leonis Coloniensis; cd. II Cardauns ; Index [u] 
glossarium, auct. E. Ehrenfeuchter. 

23. Annalcs B. Victoria Massi .icnses. Chron. Gur- 
cenae ; cd. AV. AVattcnbach, 10SS-1180 Mon. Epter- 
nacensia ; cd. L. Weiland: Ex vita S. AVillibrordi auct. 
Thiofrido abbate, -1100; Cat. abbatuin. 738-1110, 897- 
153H ; Chron. auct. Theoderico nionacho, 726, 1191 ; 
Libellus de libcrtate Eptcrnacensi, 720, 1192. Gesta 
episc. Halberstadensium; cd. L. Weiland, 781-1209. 
Gesta Alberti II. episc. Halbcrstadcnsis, 1324-49. - 
Chron Montis Sercni ; ed. E. Ehrenfeuchter, 1124-1225. 

Gencalogia Wettinensis. Henrici chron. Lyvon- 
i;e; ed. AV. Arndt, 1186-1227. Burchardi et Cuonradi 
I rspergensium chron. ; cd. O. Abel ct L. AVeiland, 1229. 

Hystoria Friderici imp. magni. Exccrptum ex 
Gallica historia. C hron. S.Michaelia Luneburgensis; 
ed. TJ. Weiland, 937-1229. Tituli Luneburgenses. 
Gesta episc. Traiectensium ; ed. L. AVciland, 1139-1232. 

C hron. Eberaheimense ; ed. L. AVeiland, 1235. 
Emonis et Menkonis Werumensium cliron. ; ed. L. 
AVciland, 1204-96. Gesta abbatum Ilorti S. Marias ; 
ed. L. AVeiland, 1230-59. Cliron. Ottenbnranum ; ed. 
L. Weiland, 764-1235. Albrici monachi Triumfontium 
chron.; ed. P. Scheffer-Bolchorst, 1241. Index. 
Glossarium scrinsit L. Weiland. 

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Vol. 4, 6 of the Scriptores are out of print and very 
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