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Abeken (Hermann). Anierikanische negersklavorei tind emancipation. Nebst niittheilungen liber colonisation, mifc bcsonderer riicksickt auf Brasilien. viii, 232 pp. 1 table. 8°. Berlin, Nicolai, 1847.

Abell (Mrs. L. G.) Gems by tlie way-side: an offering of purity and truth. Engd. tit. 408 pp. 12 pi. 12°. New York, TV. Holdredge, [1850],

Abelons (Louis David). William the taciturn. Translated by J. P. Lacroix. From the french. 259 pp. inc. 2 pi. 16°. New York, Nelson $ Phillips, [1872].

Abercrombie (John, m. d.) The man of faith, or the harmony of christian faith and character. From the 2d Edinburgh ed. 117 pp. 18°. New-York, Van Nostrand $ Dwight, 1835.

Abercrombie (Rev. R. M.) The prayerbook and its story. 242 pp. 1 pi. 16°. New York, A.D.F. Randolph, 1864.

About (Edmond Francois Valentin). The roman question. Translated from the french. By mrs. Annie T. Wood. Edited, with an introduction, by E. N. Kirk, d. d. 1 p. 1. 308 pp. 12°. Boston, J. E. Tilton 4" co. 1859.

Trente et quarante. Sans dot. Les

parents de Bernard. 2 p. 1. 345 pp. 12°. Paris, L. Hacliette $- cie. 1859.

Academy (The). A record of literature, learning, science, and art. [Semi-monthly]. Jan. 1 to dec. 15, 1872. v. 3. 4°. London, J. Murray, 1872.

Acton (Miss Eliza). Modern cookery in all its branches. With directions for setting out and ornamenting the table, carving, relative duties of mistress and maid, etc. Revised by mrs. S. J. Hale. 2 p. 1. 21-418 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, J. E. Potter, 1860.

Acton (Rev. Henry). A vindication of the unitarian doctrine concerning the sole deity of the God and father of our lord Jesus Christ. 2 p. 1. 164 pp. 12°. Exeter, IN. H.] T. Besley, 1835.

Adam (Alexander). Adam's latio grammar, with some improvements. By Benjamin A. Gould, viii, 284 pp. 12°. Boston, Cummings, Milliard cf co. 1825.

-The same. With additions. By David

Patterson, viii, 232 ivp. 12°. New-York, Duyckinck, Collins tf- co. 1827.

—-— The same. With numerous additions

and improvements. By C. D. Cleveland.

Adam (Alexander) "—continued.

340 pp. 12°. PMladelpMa, W. Marshall j

co. 1836. — The same. A grammar of the latin

language, on the basis of the grammar of dr. A. Adam, of Edinburgh. By C. D. Cleveland. 3d ed. 320 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Thomas, Cowperthiuaii cf co. 1845. The same. Latin grammar, with some

improvements, by B. A. Gould. 300 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, E. H. Butler, 1866.

- The same. An abridgment of Adam's

latin grammar. [By W. W.] New ed. xii, 158 pp. 16°. Cambridge, I Mass.'] Brown, Shattuck cf co. 1832.

Adamnan (Saint, 9th abbot of Hy). Vita sancti Colnmbae: auctore Adamnano monasterii hionsis abbate. 4 p. 1. lxxx, 497 pp. 2 maps, 7 pi. 4°. DubUnii, typis academicis, 1857. 8.

[bannatyne club publications, no. 103].

Adams (Miss Abigail). Journal and correspondence. See Smith (Mrs. William Stephens).

Adams (Alexander)* Dr. A. Adams's rudiments of latin and english grammar, with numerous expansions and additions. By James D. Johnson. Improvements on the 3d New-York, from the last english ed. 252 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Key cf Mielke, 1831.

Adams (Charles, d. d.) Evangelism in the middle of the nineteenth century; or, an exhibit, descriptive and statistical, of the present condition of evangelical religion in all countries of the world, x, 17-316 pp. 12°. Boston, C. H. Peirce, 1851.

— Notes of the minister of Christ for the

times, drawn from the holy scriptures, 246 pp. 16°. New-York, Lane cf Scott, 1850.

Portraiture of the new testament

chuuch-members. 368 pp. 12°. NewYork, Lane f Scott, 1851.

Adams (Charles Francis, jr. and Henry). Chapters of Erie, and other essays. 2 p. 1. 429 pp. 12°. Boston, J. R. Osgood f co. 1871.

Adams (Daniel, m. d.) Adams's new arithmetic. Arithmetic in which the principles of operating by numbers are analytically explained, and synthetically applied. 264 pp. 12°. Keene, N. H., J. Prentiss, 1827.

The same. Revised ed. 306 pp. 12°.

Keene, N. H., J. W. Prentiss f co. 1848.

Adams (Daniel, m. (7.)—continued.

—Thesame. 261pp. 12°. Keens, N. IF,

J. W. Prentiss $ co. 1854.

• Key to Adams's new arithmetic. Re

vised ed. 88 pp. 12°. Kecne, X. H., J. W. Prentiss $ co. 1848. —— The agricultural reader. 264 pp. 12°.

Boston, Richardson 4' Lord, 1824. The scholar's arithmetic; or, federal

accountant. 10th ed. revised, with additions. 216 pp. 8°. Keene,K H., J. Prentiss, 1816.

Adams (Rev. Emma). Woman's rights; or, the great mystery explained by the bible, socially, religiously and politically. 188 pp. 8°. Davenport, Iowa, Gazette job office, 1872.

Adams (Frederick Augustus). Arithmetic, in two parts. Part first, advanced lessons in mental arithmetic Part second, rules and examples for practice in written arithmetic. 212 pp. 12°. Lowell, D. Bixby, 1846.

The same. 11th thousand. 298 pp.

12°. Lowell, D. Bixby 4' co. 1848.

■ Key to examples for practice in writ

ten arithmetic. For the use of teachers. 37 pp. 12°. Lowell, D. Bixby, 1847.

Adams (George II.) Asher & Adams' new atlas and gazetteer of the United States, etc. See Asher (John R.) and Adams.

Adams (John Quincy). Twelve messages from the spirit of J. Q. Adams, 1859. See Stiles (Joseph D.)

Adams (Joseph H.) Catalogo ilustrado de ferrete'ria americana, herramientas, maquinaria en general, instrumentos agricolas y otros articulos. Ed. revisada. 2 p. 1. iv, 304 pp. 8°. Nueva York, M. M. Zarzamendi, [1871].

Adams (Mrs. J. S.) The bouquet of spiritual flowers, 1856. See Child (A. B.)

Adams (J. T.) The lost hunter. A tale of early times, [anon.] 462 pp. 12°. New York, Derby $• Jackson, 1856.

Adams (Nehemiah, d. d.) Agnes and the key of her little coffin. By her father. lanon.] 191pp. 12°. Boston, S. K. Whipple 4- co. 1857.

[Imperfect; wanting' pp. 97-103, sig. 8 being repeated].

The same. Agnes and the little key:

or, bereaved parents instructed and comforted. By her father, lanon."] 8th ed. 191 pp. 12°. Boston, Tieknor <$• Fields, 1803.

Adams (Nehemiah, d. d.)—continued. Bertha and her baptism. By the au

thor of Agnes and the little key. lanon.]

297 pp. 12°. Boston, S. K. Whipple $ co. 1857.

——The same. Revised ed. 297 pp. 16°.

Boston, Tieknor 4' Fields, 1863.

Catharine. By the author of "Agnes

and the little key." lanon.-] 192 pp. 12°. Boston, J. F. Tilton, 1859.

— The same. Revised ed. 192 pp. 16°.

Boston, Tieknor $- Fields, 1863.

Adams (William, d. d.) The elements of christian science. A treatise upon moral philosophy and practice. 379 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, E. Hooker, 1850.

Adams (William Taylor). All aboard; or, life on the lake. A sequel to "The boatclub." By Oliver Optic. Ipseudon.] 252 pp. 16°. Boston, Brown, Basin 4' co. 1856. [Boat-club series, v. 2].

— Cross and crescent; or, Young

America in Turkey and Greece. A story of travel and adventure. Engd. tit. 347 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Boston, Lee <f Shepard, 1873. [Young America abroad, 2d series].

In doors and out: or, views from the

chimney corner. By Oliver Optic, ^sendon,] Engd. tit. 330 pp. 5 pi. 12°. Boston, Brown, Basin 4' co. 1855.

> In school and out: or, the conquest of

Richard Grant. By Oliver Optic. Ipseudon.] 286 pp. 2 pi. 16°. Boston, Lee cf Shepard, 1864.

Little Bobtail; or, the wreck of the

Penobscot. By Oliver Optic. Ipseudon.]
Engd. tit. 333 pp. 12 pi. 16°. Boston, Lee
4- Shepard, 1872.
[The yacht-club series].

— Little by little; or, the cruise of the

Flyaway. By Oliver Optic. Ipseudon.] 280 pp. 2 pi. 16c. Cincinnati, Rickey, Mailory 4- co. 1861. Now or never; or, the adventures of

Bobby Bright. By Oliver Optic. Ipseudon.] 1 ill. title, 263 pp. 1 pi. 16°. Boston, Brown, Basin 4' co. 1857.

■ Palace and cottage j or, Young Amer

ica in France and Switzerland. By Oliver Optic. Ipseudon.] Engd. tit. 348 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Boston, Lee $> Shepard, 1869. [Young America abroad series, v. 5].

• Poor and proud; or, the fortunes of

Katy Reclburn. A story for young folks.
Engd. tit. 274 pp. 1 pi. 12°. Boston, Phil-
ips, Sampson 4' co. 1859.
[Boat-dub aeries, v. f>].

Adams (William Taylor)—continued. Eicli and humble; or, the mission of

Bertha Grant. A story for young people.

By Oliver Optic, [pseudon.] Engd. tit.

296 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Boston, Leo $ Shepard,


[Woodville stories, v. 1].

The sailor-hoy; or, Jack Somers in

the navy. By Oliver Optic, [pseudon,'] Engd. tit. 336 pp. 2 pi. 16°. Boston, Lee $ Shepard, 1865.

[The army and navy series, v. 1].

• Sea and shore; or, the tramps of a

traveller. By Oliver Optic, [pseudon.] Engd. tit. 350 pp. 13 pi. 16°. Boston, Lee 4- Shepard, 1872. [The upward and onward series, v. GJ.

■ The soldier hoy; or, Tom Somers in

the army. By Oliver Optic. [pseudon.] 333 pp. 4 pi. 12°. Fioston, Lee $ Shepard, 1864. [The army and navy stories].

■ A spelling-hook for advanced classes

86 pp. 12°. Boston, Brewer 4- Tileston, 1863. Watch and wait; or, the young fugi

tives. By Oliver Optic. Ipseudon.'] 276 pp. 16°. Boston, Lee 4' Shepard, 1864.

Adams (—). Woman. Sketches of the history, genius, disposition, accomplishments, employments, customs and importance of the fair sex, in all parts of the world. By a friend to the sex. [anon."] viii, 400 pp. 12°. London, G. Kearsley, 1790.

-—— The same. Interspersed with anecdotes. By a friend to the sex. [anon.] 296 pp. 12°. Boston, J. Bumstead, 1807.

Addicks (Mrs. Barbara O'Sullivan). Pocket manual, treating of the science of the french language, under the heads of, 1st, orthography, 2d, etymology, 3d, syntax. First number. Of orthography, xxxii, 103 pp. 18°. Philadelphia, 1844.

Addison (Joseph). The evidences of the christian religion, with additional discourses. Collected from the writings of Addison. 312 pp. 12°. Greenfield, [Mass.] J. Denio, 1812.

The happiness of the souls in heaven.

[In Bellarmino (Roberto). The joys of the blessed. 8°. London, E. Ourll, 1729. pp. i-ix].

Adriani (Giovambattista). Istoria de' suoi tempi. [1536-1573]. 8 v. 8°. Bratojratelli Giachetti, 1822-23.

2f0te.—Gamba says of this edition,-" non e chemateriale ristampa di quella del 1583;" and Brnnet, "nne reimpression pure et simple de celle de 1583."

Adventures (The) of Harry Franco, a tale of the great panic, [anon.] 2 v. 2 p. 1. 271 pp; 2 p. 1.254 pp. 12°. New York, F. Saunders, 1839.

Adventures (The) of Willson Avery. By the author of " The black velvet bracelet." [anon.] 234 pp. 16°. Boston, B. LL. Greene, 1833.

Advice from a lady of quality, to her children; in the last stage of a lingering illness. Translated from the french, by S. Glasse, d. d. [etc. anon.] 4th ed. 1 p. 1. xv, 245 pp. 16°. Glocester, [ Eng.] B. Bailees, for Bivington, etc. 1786.

Advice to Julia. A letter in rhyme, [anon.] 2 p. 1. 236 pp. 16°. London, J. Murray, 1820.

Advice to a young brother, on practical subjects. By a missionary, [anon.] 115 pp. 1 pi. 16°. New-Yorlc, Taylor $ Gould, 1835.

Advice to a young christian, 1830. See Waterbury (Jared B.)

Advice to a young gentleman, on entering society. By the author of the " Laws of etiquette." [anon,] 1 p. 1. 295 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, Lea cf Blanchard, 1839.

Advice to young mothers on the physical education of children. By a grandmother. [anon.'] 1st american ed. with additions. 355 pp. 12°. Boston, ITdliard, Gray <$- co. 1833.

iEschines. The oration of iEschines against Ctesiphon. [330 B. C] With notes. By J. T. Champlin. xii, 182 pp. 12°. Cambridge, [Mass.] J. Bartlett, 1850.

JEschylus. The Agamemnon of JEschylus, with notes. By C. C. Felton. x, 199 pp. 12°. Boston, J. Munroe $ co. 1847.

— The Prometheus of iEschylus, with

notes. By Theodore D. Woolsey. New ed. x, 108 pp. 12°. Boston, J. Munroe <?• co. 1850.

The Prometheus and Agamemnon.

Translated into english verse, by Henry William Herbert, xii, 156 pp. 12°. Cambridge, [Mass.] J. Bartlett, 1849.

Septem contra Thebas, a tragedy.

[Gr.] Edited, with english notes, by Augustus Sachtleben. x, 156 pp. 12°. Boston, J.Munroe 4' co. 1853. iEsoptis. One hundred of JEsop's fables, in french; preceded by a description of fifty animals, most of which occupy a place in the fables themselves; and accompanied iESOPUS.



by a french-english dictionary. 237 pp.

18°. Philadelphia, J. Dobson, 1842. The same. New revised ed. 237 pp.

18°. Philadelphia, F. Leypoldt, 1865. African rnethodist episcopal Zion church.

Hymns. Improved ed. Published by S.

M. Giles, C. Rush, and J. P. Thompson.

524 pp. 24°. New-York, 1858.

African (The) repository. [Monthly]. Jan. to dec. 1872. v. 48. 8°. Washington, American colonization society, 1872.

Agar (J.) The American's book of oratory, or guardian of liberty. 350 pp. 8°. AnUrn, [N. F.] Derby $ Miller, 1852.

Agassiz (Louis John Rudolph). Twelve lectures on comparative embryology, delivered before the Lowell institute, in Boston, dec. and Jan. 1848-9. Phonographic report, by J. W. Stone. 104 pp. 8°. Boston, Bedding $ co. 1849.

and Gould (Augustus Addison). Principles of zoology, touching the structure, development, distribution, and natural arrangement of the races of animals, living and extinct. Part 1. Comparative physiology. New revised ed. 250 pp. 12°. Boston, Gould $ Lincoln, 1873. Note.—No change whatever from edition of 1851.

Agatha, or one thing I do. By the author of "Early and later rain." [anon.] 195 pp. 1 pi. 18°. Philadelphiaf Presbyterian board of publication, [ 1859 ].

Aglar (James Francis). The Missouri templar's hand book. 2 p. 1. 200 pp. 18°. Chicago, E. B. Myers, 1870.

Agnes and the little key, 1863. See Adams (Nehemiah, d. d.)

Agnes and the key of her little coffin, 1857. See Adams (Nehemiah, d. d.)

Agnes in search of truth; and other sketches, [anon.] 184 pp. 16°. New York, American tract society, [1872].

Agrippa von Nettesheim (Heinrich Cornelius). [De incertitudine et vanitate scientiarum]. Van de onzeekerheyd ende ydelbeyd der weetenschappen en konsten. Wt latijn in hollantsch overghezet; door I. Oudaan, 1650. 12 p. 1. 610 pp. 16°. Haerlem, J. A. Colom, 1651.

Aguilar (Grace). Home scenes and heart studies, vii, 399 pp. 1 pi. 12°. New York, D. Appleton $ co. 1873.

Ahn (Friedrich). Aim's method of learning the german language. Revised by Gusta

Aim (Friedrich)—continued, vus Fischer. 2 v. vi, 134 pp; 117 pp. 12°. New York, E. Steiger, 1871.


v. 1. First (practical) course,
v. 2. Second (theoretical) course.

—Dr. F. Aim's praktischer lehrgang zur schnellen und leichten erlernung der englischen sprache. Herausgegeben von H. Ginal. Beide curse in einem bande. 204 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Schdfer 4' Koradi, 1871.

■ A new practical grammar of the dutch

language* With dialogues and readings in prose and verse. 2 p. 1. 105 pp. 16°. London, F. Thimm, 1854.

Aids to mental development; or, hints to parents. By a lady of Philadelphia, [anon.] 335 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Key <$> Biddle, 1834.

Aikin (John, m. d.) The juvenile budget opened; being selections from the writings of doctor John Aikin, with a sketch of his life. By mrs. Sarab J. Hale. 288 pp. 18°. Boston, Marsh, Capen, Lyon 4' Webb, 1840.

The juvenile budget reopened; being

further selections from the writings of doctor John Aikin. With copious notes. By Sarah Josepha Hale. 250 pp. 18°. Boston, Marsh, Capen $ Lyon, 1840. Letters from a father to his son, on

various topics, relative to literature and the conduct of life. Written in the years 1792 and 1793. xi, 249 pp. 16°. Dublin, li. Marchbank for J. Mttliken, 1795. Poems, x, 136 pp. 8°. London, J.

Johnson, 1791. A view of the life, travels, and philanthropic labors of the late John Howard. 196 pp. 11. portrait. 16°. Philadelphia, W. W. Woodward for J. Ormrod, 1794. -The same. [With an ode inscribed to

John Howard. By William Hayley]. 178 pp. 18°. Boston, Manning 4" Loring, 1794.

Aikin (J. B.) The sabbath-school minstrel. 158 pp. 11. sq. 16°. Philadelphia, proprietor, [1859].

Aimwell (Walter, pseudon.) See Simonds (W.)

Ainslie (H.) A pilgrimage to the land of Burns; containing anecdotes of the bard, and of the characters he immortalized, with numerous pieces of poetry, original and collected, [anon.'] 1 p. 1. 271 pp. 1 pi. 8°. Deptford, author, 1822.

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Ainsworth (Robert). A new abridgment of Ainsworth's dictionary, english and latin, for the use of grammar schools. By John Dymock, 11. d. New american ed. with corrections and improvements. By Charles Anthon. 2 v. in 1.. 8, 306 pp. 1 1; 405 pp. sq. 10°. Philadelphia, A. Towar, letc.2 1836.

Airy (George Biddell). On sound and atmospheric vibrations, with mathematical elements of music, [etc.] xvi, 263 pp. 2 tab. 8°. Cambridge, [Eng.~\ Macmillan 4- co. 1868.

Aitken (William, m. d.) The science and practice of medicine, with additions by Meredith Clymer, m. d. 3d am. from 6th Lond. ed. 2 v. 1056 pp; 962 pp. 1 pi. 1 map. 8°. Philadelphia, Lindsay $ Blaltiston, 1872.

Akers (Bev. Thomas P.) Sermons for the home circle. A series of twenty four sermons by eminent ministers of different denominations. With an introduction by rev. L. R. Thayer, xii, 511 pp. 12°. Boston, B. B. Russell, 1859.

Alabama (The) case. Articles and letters relating to the same which have appeared in the London newspapers. [From december 30, 1871, to July 15, 1872. Newspaper-cuttings, mounted on foolscap paper, with manuscript index]. 9 v. fol. London, [1871-72].

[Mainly from The times, The morning post, The standard, The daily news, and The telegraph].

Alabama (The) manual and statistical register for 1871. Edited by hon. Joseph Hodgson. 8°. Montgomery, I Ala.'] Advance office, 1871.

Alard (Marie Joseph L. J. Francois Antoine). De Tinflanimation des vaisseaux absorbans-lymphatiques derrnoides et souscutanes; [elephantiasis]. Nouv. 6d. xxii, 400 pp. 5 pi. 8C. Paris, J. B. BaiJliere, 1824.

Du siege et de la nature des maladies,

ou nouvelles considerations touchant la veritable action du systeme absorbant dans les phenomenes de l'economie animale. 2 v. xxxvi, 367 pp; 2 p. 1.577 pp. 8°. Paris, J. B. Bailliere, 1821.

Albany {City of). Manual for the common council of the city of Albany, 1871. By Martin Delehanty. 1 p. 1. 114 pp. 18°. Albany, Argus company, 1871.

Alciati (Andrea). Contra vitam monasticam, ad collegam olim suum, qui transi

Alciati (Andrea)—continued, erat ad franciscanos, Bernardum Mattium epistola. Accedit sylloge epistolarum Giphanni,Vulcanii, TychonisBrahe, Scriverii, Pontani, Vossii, Sibraudi Siccainae, Gronovii, Boxhornii, aliorumque virorum clarissimorum, quae variam doctrinam continent, [etc.] Primus omnia in lucem protulit, adjectis passim notis Antonius Matthseus. xii, 560 pp. 8 1. 8°. Lugduni Batavorum, F. Haaring, 1695.

Alcott (Amos Bronson). Concord days, vii, 276 pp. 16°. Boston, Boberts brothers, 1872.

Alcott (Louisa M.) Aunt Jo's scrap-bag. v. 2. Shawl-straps. 3 p. 1. 226 pp. 2 pi. 16°. Boston, Boberts brothers, 1872.

Flower fables. 1 p. 1. 182 pp. 6 pi.

16°. Boston, G. W. Briggs <f co. 1855.

—Moods, [lsted.] 297pp. 12°. Boston, Loving, 1865.

Alcott (William Alexander). Familiar letters to young men on various subjects. A companion to the Young man's guide. 312 pp. 12°. Buffalo, G. H. Derby cf co. 1849. [alcott's new series].

— The house I live in. Part first. The frame. 144 pp. 18°. Boston, Lilly, Wait, Colman cf Holden, 1834.

— Letters to a sister; or woman's mission. To accompany the Letters to youngmen, xx, 13-307 pp. 12°. Buffalo', G. H. Derby cf co. 1850.

[alcott's new series], » Paul at Ephesus. 198 pp. 18°. Boston, Mass. s. s. society, 1846.

Vegetable diet: as sanctioned by

medical men, and by experience in all ages, xi, 276 pp. 12°. Boston, Marsh, Capen cf Lyon, 1838.

— A word to teachers: or, two days in

a primary school, xvi, 84 pp. 18°. Boston, Allen cf Ticlcnor, 1833.

■ The young housekeeper, or thoughts

on food and cookery. 2d ed. 424 pp. 16° Boston, G. W. Light, 1838.

The young lmsbaud, or duties of

man in the marriage relation. 1st stereo.

ed. Engd. tit. 388 pp. 1 pi. 12°. Boston,

G. W. Light, 1839. The young wife; or, duties of woman

in the marriage relation. 376 pp. 16°.

Boston, G. TV. Light, 1837. The young woman's guide to excellence. 356 pp. 18°. Boston, G. W. Light,


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