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Batchelder (Samuel). Introduction and early progress of the cotton manufacture in the United States, iv, 108 pp. 12°. Boston, Little, Brown $- Go. 1863.

Batchelor (George). The practical pronouncer and key to Andrews and Batchelor's new french instructor, 1856. See Andrews (S. P.) and Batchelor.

Bateman (John Frederic). City of Buenos Ayres improvements. Report on the drainage and sewerage and water supply of the city. 1 p. 1. 31, 22 pp. 4 maps folded, sm. fol. London, Vaclier $• sons, [1871]. s.

— - The same. Mejoras de la ciuclad de

Buenos Aires. Informe sohre drenage, sistema de cloacas para desagtie y sobre provision de agua de la ciudacl. 100 pp. 8°. Buenos Aires, imprenta del Siglo, 1871. . s.

Documentos relativos (\ las obras del

puerto de Buenos Aires 6 informe del injeniero J. F. Bateman. 103, xxxx pp. 3 plans folded. 8°. Buenos Aires, imprenta del Siglo, 1871. s.

Port of Buenos Ayres. Supplemen

tal report to the minister of finance of the province of Buenos Ayres, on improved harbour accommodation. 13 pp# 2 plans folded, sm. fol. London, Kell brothers, 1871. s.

Bates (Elisha). The doctrines of friends: or principles of the christian religion, as held by the Society of friends, commonly called quakers. viii, 3.20 pp. 8°. Mountpleasant, [O.] author, 1825.

Bates (Ely). A Chinese fragment. Containing an enquiry into the present state of religion in England. With notes by the editor. [anon.'] vi, 369 pp. 8°. London, J. Davis, for J. Strahan, 1786.

Rural philosophy: or reflections on

knowledge, virtue, and happiness; chiefly in reference to a life of retirement in the country. 4fch ed. xxxi, 383 pp. 8°. London, Longman, 1805. [ With his A Chinese fragment, 1786].

The same. 1st am. from the 4th London ed. xxvii, 276 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, B. B. HojMns $ co. 1807.

Bates (Lizzie). Had you been in his place. 422 pp. 3 pi. 16°. New York, B. Carter $ bros. 1873.

Stories of the flowers. 192 pp. 16°.

New York, American tract society, [1872].

Bates (Stockton). Dream life, and other poems, vii, 123 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, Claxton, Bemsen fy Haffelfinger, 1872.

Batjin (Nicolas). Histoire complete de la noblesse de France, 1789-1862; suivie de considerations sur la grandeur de la noblesse, sa situation actuelle efc l'influence morale qu'elle exerce sur les autres classes de la soci6t6. 536 pp. 8°. Paris, E. Benin, 1862.

Baudart (Willem). Apophthegmata Christiana, of te gedenck-weerdige, leersame en aerdige spreucken van vele ende verscheydene christelijcke, en christengelijcke persouen gesproken: in seventhien boecken onderscheyden. Hier is noch van nieuws by-gevoeght het tweede deelder apophthegmata Christiana, llde druck, van nieuws oversien: oock vermeerdert met het xvii. boeck. b. I. 2 v. in 1. 4 p. 1. 368 pp. 16 1; 2 p. 1. 196 pp. 4 1. sm. 4°. Amsterdam, P. Matthijsz, 1665.

Baumbach (F.) Arnold von Selehofen, erzbischof von Mainz. (1153-1160). Inaugural-dissertation. 104 pp. 8°. Gb'ttingen, W. F. Kaestner, 1871. g.

Baumgartner (Andreas). Elementi di fisica. Tracluzione e continuazione del dr. Bernardino Zambra. 2 v. in 1. 1 p. 1.296 pp; 190 pp. 11. 8°. Vienna, i. r. direzione per la vendita del libri scolastici, 1858.

Principii fondamentali di fisica. Tracluzione fatta sulla 4a ed. tedesca. 4 p. 1. 456 pp. 8°. Vienna, i. r. direzione dei libri scolastici, 1855.

Baxter (G. R. Wythen). Humor and pathos; or, essays, sketches, and tales. With illustrations, by Frank Howard, viii, 262 pp. 4 pi. 12°. London, G. Boutledge, 1842.

Baxter (James). The euterpia, a library of music. 384 pp. obi. 8°. Friendship, N. Y., J. C. Crandall, [1872].

Baxter (Rev. Richard). Aphorismes of justification, with their explication annexed. Wherein also is opened the nature of the covenants, satisfaction, righteousnesse, faith, works, &c. [Also, An appendix; being an answer to the objections of a friend]. 7 p. 1. 334 pp. 16°. Hague, A. Broivn, 1655.

— Apology against the modest exceptions of mr. T. Blake, and the digression of mr. Gr. Kendall. [With] animadversions on a late dissertation of Ludiornseus Colvinus, alias, Ludovicus Molinaeus, and

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directions for weak christians, to keep them from being dividers, or tremblers of the church: with some directions to the pastors, how to deal with such christians. 2d ed. 24 p. 1. 430 pp. 3 1. 16°. London, N. Symmons, 1670.

• The description, reasons & reward,

of the believers walking writh God. sm 4°. London, F. Tyton cf N. Simmons, 1664. [In his Treatise of the knowledge of God, 1664, part 2, or pp. 153-291].

The engiish nonconformity as under

king Charles II. & king James II. truly stated & argued. 7 p. 1. 304 pp. sm. 4°. London, 1689. [Imperfect; wanting title-page].

—— Full and easie satisfaction which is the true and safe religion. In a conference between a doubter, a papist, and a reformed catholick christian. 12 p. 1. 190 pp. 12°. London, N. Simmons, 1674.

Jesuit juggling. Forty popish frauds

detected and disclosed. 1st am. ed. with an introductory address. 312 pp. 12°. New York, Craighead cf Allen, 1835.

The poor man's family book. 1.

Teaching him how to become a true christian. 2. How to live as a christian, to

Baxter (lieu. Richard)—continued, wards God, himself, and others, in all his relations; especially in his family. 3. How to die as a christian in hope and comfort, and so to be glorified with Christ for ever. With a form of exhortation to the sick [etc.] 6th ed. 6 p. 1. 504 pp. 18°. London, B. Everingham, 1697.

The reasons of the christian religion.

The first part, of godliness: proving by natural evidence the being of God, the necessity of holiness, and a future life of retribution. The second part, of Christianity: proving by evidence, supernatural and natural, the certain truth of the christian belief; and answering the objections of unbelievers. It openeth also the true solution of the christian faith. Also an appendix, defending the soul's immortality against the somatists or epicureans, and other pseudo-philosophers. 13 p. 1. 604 pp. sm. 4°. London, B. White for F. Titon, 1657. The reformed pastor; a discourse on

the pastoral office. Abridged by Samuel

Palmer. 190 pp. 1 1. 12°. Washington,

Fenn., office of the Western telegraph, 1810.

The safe religion. Or three disputa

tions for the reformed catholike religion,

against popery. 27 p. 1. 455 pj>. 7 1. 16°.

A. Miller,for T. Underhill $ F. Tyton, 1657.

A saint or a brute. The certain ne

cessity and excellency of holiness, &c. 8 p. 1, 23,384 pp. portrait, sm. 4°. London, B. W. for F. Tyton $ N Simmons, 1662.


The first part: skewing the necessity of holiness.

The second part: clearly proving by reason as well as scripture: 1. In general, that holiness is best, and necessary to our felicity. 2, Particularly, that it is best, 1. For societies; 2. For individual persons; and more distinctly, 1. That it is the only way of safety. 2. Of honesty, [etc.]

The saints' everlasting rest: or, a

treatise of the blessed state of the saints in their enjoyment of God in glory. Extracted from the works of mr. R. Baxter, by John Wesley. 396 pp. 16°. New York, F. Cooper §- J. Wilson, 1808.

A treatise of knowledge and love

compared. In two parts: 1. Of falsly pretended knowledge. 2. Of true saving knowledge and love. 8 p. 1. 342 pp. sm. 4°. London, T. Parlchurst, 1689. A treatise of the knowledge of God

and the impression which it must make upon the heart; and its necessary effects BAXTEK.


Baxter (Rev. Richard)—continued.

upon our lives. 9 p. 1. 151 pp. sm. 4°.

London, F. Tyton cf N. Simmons, 1664. — A treatise on pride; extracted from

the works of the rev. Richard Baxter. By

rev. Noah Levings. 144 pp. 18°. New

York, McElrath cf Bangs, 1829. — The vnreasonableness of infidelity;

manifested in four discourses. 4 v. in 1.

50 p. 1. [711 pp.] 16°. London, R. W. for

T. Underhill, 1655. Baynes (I. W.) Alfred Montrose; or, the

way I should go. 153 pp. 1 pi. 18°. Boston, Mass. s. s. society, 1839.

Beacon lights and beckon nigs: for the boys. \_anon.~] 162 pp. 18°. Boston, Mass. s. s. society, [1853].

Beadle (J. H.) Life in Utah; or, the mysteries and crimes of mormonism. With a history of polygamy and the mormon sect from its origin to the present time. 608 pp. 16 pi. 1 map. 8°. Philadelphia, National publishing co. [1870],

Beal (Nathan Stone Read). Diamond leaves from the lives of the Dimoud family. By an old, old bachelor. 384 pp. 12°. Macedon, N. Y. author, 1872.

Beale (Mrs. O. A. S.) Georgy Lee; or, The boy who became a great artist: and The shadow in the house. 140 pp. 18°. New York, Carlton $ Porter, [I860].

Beard (John R. d. d.) Man's origin, duty, and destiny considered, in answer to the questions—" What am I f> "Whence am If "Why am IF "Whither am I

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Beat son (Alexander)—continued.

2 tables. 4°. London, W. Buhner § co.

1800. Beattie (James, 11. d.) The minstrel; or,

the progress of genius: and other poems.

216 pp. 1 pi. 18°. New-York, R.f W.A.

Bartow, 1821. Beauchamp (Alphonso de). L'indepeii

dance de 1'empire du Bre'sil, pr6sent<5e aux

monarques europeens. 1 p. 1. xv, 138 pp.

11. 8°. Paris, Delaunay, 1824. Meraoires de Joseph Fouche, duo

will give me aid?" xi, 7-100 pp. 12°. London, E. Whitfield, 1857.

Beastall (William). The grocer's and distiller's useful guide, being a complete directory for making and managing all kinds of wines and spirituous liquors; also, for preserving beef, pork, and fish; for making the best pickles and preserves, and for preserving fruits & vegetables fresh and good throughout the year. 2d ed. 432 pp. 1 pi. 1.2°. New-York, author, 1832.

Beatson (Alexander). A view of the origin and conduct of the war with Tippoo Sultaun; comprising a narrative of the operations of the army under lieut.-gen. George Harris, and of the siege of Seringapatam. xxiii, 265, clxxii pp. 5 plans,

d'Otrante, ministre de la police generale. 2eed. 2 v. 1 p. 1.253 pp; 1 p. 1. 226 pp. 8°. Paris, Le Rouge, 1825.

Note.—Le famille do Fouche a desavoue cos menioires et les a fait saisir. On a su depuis qu'ils ont ete rediges par m. de Beauchamp, sur cles notes fournies par m. Jullian, ancien agent du. ministere de Napoleon.—Querard.

Beauchamp (Rev. William). Letters on the call and qualifications of ministers of the gospel, and on the apostolic character and superior advantages of the itinerant ministry. With a preface by bishop [Joshua] Soule. 132 pp. 18°. Charleston, S. C, J. Early, 1849.

Beauchampe, 1842. See Simms (William G.)

Beaufoy (—). Tour through parts of the United States and Canada. [By a british subject, anon.'] viii, 141 pp. 8°. London, Longman, 1828.

Beaulieu (C.) Histoire de Lyon, depuis les
Gaulois jusqu'a nos jours. 672 pp. 8 pi.
8°. Lyon, A. Baron, 1837.
[Imperfect; wanting pi. 7].

Beaumont (Leprince de). See Leprince de Beaumont.

Beauties of the muses: or, select sentimental poems and elegies, viz. 1. The hermit. By dr. Parnell. 2. Elegy in a church yard. By mr. Gray. 3. The traveller. By dr. Goldsmith. 4. Death. A poem. By dr. Porteus. 5. Deserted village. By dr. Goldsmith. 6. Hermit of the dale. By ditto. 7. Futurity. Extract from dr. Dodd. 2 p. 1. 211 pp. 6 pi. 18°. Worcester, [Mass.] J. Thomas, 1793.

Beauties (The) of the souvenirs: being a selection of the most interesting miscellanies from those popular works. [anon.] 144 pp. 1 pi. 18°. New York, G. G. Sickels, 1829.

Beauty (The) of the blondes' songster. [etc. anon.] 176 pp. 16°. New York, R. M.DeWitt, [1870]



Beauvoir (— marquis de). A voyage round

the world. 2 v. xii, 307 pp; vi, 388 pp.

8°. London, J. Murray, 1870.

Note.—A translation of Iris Voyage autour du monde, 1869.

Beaven (James, d. d.) A catechism on the thirty-nine articles of the church of England. With additions and alterations. 152 pp. 18°. Neiv York, Gen. protestant episcopal s. s. union, 1853.

Bebescourt (—). Les mysteres du christianisme approfondis radicalement et reconnus physiquement vrais. \_anon.] 2 v. 7 p.l. 431 pp. 1 pi; 3 p. 1.404 pp. 1 pi. 8°. Londres, 1771.

Bechstein (Ludwig). Marchenbuch. Mit 90 holzschnitten nach originalzeichnungen von Ludwig Richter. Nach der 24sten aufl. verhessert und vermehrt. 251 pp. 18°. Philadelphia, J. Kohler, 1869.

Becker (Carl Ferdinand). Systematischchronologische darstellung der musikalischen literatur von der friihesten bis auf die neueste zeit. 4 p. 1. 572 col. on 143 1. 573-605 pp. 4°. Leipzig, R. Friese, 1836.

Beckwith (E. L.) Following the master. 288 pp. 4 pi. 16°. Philadelphia, Presbyterian hoard of publication, [1872].

Beckynton (Thomas). Memorials of the reign of king Henry vi. Official correspondence of T. Bekynton, secretary to king Henry vi. and bishop of Bath and Wells. Edited, from a ms. in the arckiepiscopal library at Lambeth, with an appendix of illustrative documents, by George Williams, b. d. Published by authority. [Lat.] 2 v. 4, ccxv, 295 pp; 6, 432 pp. 8°. London, Longman cf co. 1872. [great Britain. Treasury department. Rolls office. Rerum britaimicarum medii aevi scriptores].

Becourt (R. de). The grave of human philosophies, ancient and modern, or, the universal system of the bramins unveiled. From the french with additional notes, by A. Dalmas. 2 p. 1. ix, 95, x pp. 2 1. 1 map. 8°. London,Shenvood, Gilbert cf Piper, 1827.

Beddoe (John, m. d.) On the stature and

bulk of man in the British isles. 2 p. 1.

191 pp. 2 maps. 8°. London, Ashcr cf co.


Note.—Reprinted from v. 3 of the Memoirs of the Anthropological society of London.

Bedell (Gregory Townsend, d. d.) The life

of Moses. 213 pp. 1 pi. 18°. Philadelphia,

American s. s. union, 1832.

Bedford (John W.) Bedford's arithmetic. The american arithmetical investigator. 239 pp. 12°. Syracuse, Stoddard f Babcock, 1850. 's.

Beebe (Rev. Gilbert). The baptist hymn book, adapted to the faith and order of the the old school, or primitive baptists. 1st ed. 800 pp. 18°. Middletown, N. Y. office of the "Signs of the times," 1858.

Beeclier (Catherine Esther). Arithmetic simplified, in three parts. 273 prj. 12°. Hartford, D. F. Eobinson f co. 1832.

The moral instructor; containing

lessons on the duties of life, arranged fur study and recitation. Revised [2d] ed. 1 p. 1. 9-188 pp. 12°. Cincinnati, Truman

f Smith, 1838. [Eclectic school series].

Beeclier (Eunice W. or Mrs. Henry Ward). From dawn to daylight; or, the simple story of a western home. By a minister's wife. \_%non.~\ 339 pp. 12°. New York, Derby cf Jackson, 1859.

Motherly talks with young housekeepers: embracing eighty-seven brief articles on topics of home interest, and about five hundred choice receipts for cooking, etc. xx, 492 pp. portrait. 12°. New York, J. B. Ford cf co. 1873.

Beeclier (Rev. Henry Ward). Lectures to young men, on various important subjects. New ed. with additional lectures. 6 p. I. 280 pp. 12°. New York, J. B. Ford cf co. 1873.

-—— Notes from Plymouth pulpit: a collection of memorable passages from the discourses of H. W. Beecher, with a sketch of mr. Beecher and the lecture-room. By Augusta Moore, xlviii, 25-310 pp. 12°. New York, Derby § Jackson, 1859.

Prayers from Plymouth pulpit.

Phonographically reported, viii, 332 pp. 12°. New York, C. Scribner f co. 1867.

__ The same. 5th ed. viii, 332 pp. 12°.

New York, C. Scribner f co. 1867.

— The sermons of Henry Ward Beecher

in Plymouth church, Brooklyn. From verbatim reports by T. J. Ellinwood. "Plymouthpulpit,"sept. 1871, to march 15, 1873, 7th-9th series. 3 v. 8°. New York, J. B. Ford f co. 1872-73.

See, also, Plymouth collection of

hymns and tunes, 1856. Beecher (Lyman, d. d.) Views in theology. 240 pp. 12°. Cincinnati, Truman cf Smith, 1836.

Beers (Frederick W.) Atlas of Addison co.

Vermont. 48 1. inc. 37 maps. fol. New

York., F. W. Beers $ co. 1871. Atlas of Bristol co. Massachusetts.

50 1. inc. 32 maps. fol. New York, F. W.

Beers <$• co. 1871. ■ Atlas of Cumberland co. Maine. 621.

inc. 45 maps. fol. New York, F. TV. Beers

4- co. 1871. Atlas of Franklin and Grand Isle cos.

Vermont. 46 1. fol. New York, F. W.

Beers f co. 1871. Atlas of Indiana co. Pennsylvania.

461. fol. New York, F. W. Beers # co. 1871.

Atlas of Monmouth co. N. J. 121 pp.

inc. 40 col. maps. fol. New York, Beers, Comstock cf Cline, 1873.

Atlas of Oakland co. Michigan. 141

pp. inc. 55 maps. fol. New York, F. W. Beers $ co. 1872.

Atlas of Susquehanna co. Pennsylvania. 45 pp. inc. 35 col. maps. 4°. New York, A. Pomeroy $• co. 1872.

State atlas of New Jersey: based on

state geological survey, and from additional surveys by and under the direction of F. W. Beers. 122 pp. inc. 44 maps. fol. New York, Beers, Comstock $■ Cline, 1872.

Beers (J. B. <f co.) County atlas of Westchester, New York. Published by J. B. Beers & co. assisted by S. W. Wilson and others. 80 pp. fol. New York, 1872.

Beeton (S. O. editor). Beeton's great book of poetry: from Csedmon and king Alfred's Boethius to Browning and Tennyson. With sketches of the history of the poetry of our country. 2 v. 1 p. 1. lxx pp. 290 1; 395 1. 8°. London, Ward, Lock $■ Tyler, 1871.

Beez (Richard). Die elemente der geometrie. Planimetrie,trigonometrie, stereometrie. vii, 216 pp. 8°. Plauen, F. E. Neupert, 1869. s.

Beggs (Thomas). An inquiry into the extent and causes of juvenile depravity, viii, 184 pp. 8°. London, C. Gilpin, 1849.

Begin (Louis Jacques). Traite de physiologie pathologique, re'dige' suivant les principes de la nouvelle doctrine m^dicale. 2 v. xxix, 600 pp; 2 p. 1. 692 pp. 8°. Paris, Mequignon-Marvis, 1828.

Beginning and growth of the christian life; or, the sunday-school teacher. [anon.] 190 pp. 12°. Boston, Crosby, Nichols $• co. 1855,

Beharrell (Bev. Thomas G.) The brotherhood, being a presentation of the principles of odd-fellowship: with a brief history of bible men and women, who developed the principles that have been adopted by the fraternity in their lives. 282 pp. 12°. Cincinnati, Applegate cj- co. 1860.

Behind the bars. [Insane asylums, anon.'] 356 pp. 16°. Boston, Lee <f Shepard, 1871.

Behind the curtain. A tale of Elville. [anon.'] 1 p. 1. 11-442 pp. 12°. Dansmile, N. Y., J. B, Trembly, 1853.

Behrens (Georg Henning). Hercynia curiosa, i. e. curioser Hartz-wald, darinnen alle an- mid auf dem Hartz gelegene holen, seen, brunnen, berge, und andere daselbsten anzutreffende curiositaten beschrieben werden. Mit unterschiedenen niitzlichund ergotzlichen medicinischen, physicalischen und historischen anmerckungen. 4 p. 1. 200 pp. 8 1. sm. 4°. Nurnberg <£• Altdorjf, bey J. D. Taubers erben, 1720.

Belcher (Bev. Joseph). The bloom of youth; or, worthy examples. 120 pp. 3 pi. 18°. New York, American tract society, [1864].

Facts for girls. 144 pp. 18°. New

York, L. Colby, 1844.

Belcourt (George Antoine). Principes de la langue des sauvages appeles Sauteux. 146 pp. 16°. Quebec, Frechette $ cie. 1839.

Belden (Bev. A. Russell). Thrilling incidents and narratives for christian parents and their children, to the third and fourth generation. 385 pp. 1 pi. 12°. Auburn, Derby <f> Miller, 1852.

Belden (L. W. m. d.) An account of Jane C. Rider, the Springfield somnambulist. 134 pp. 18°. Springfield, [Mass.] G. f C. Merriam, 1834.

Belding (Pamelia). An infant class manual. 334 pp. 16°. Cincinnati, Poe <$' Hitchcock, 1864.

Beleke (Caspar J.) A grammar of the german language, systematically arranged on a new plan, xii, 228 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, G. W. Mentz $• son, 1840.

Belgium. Academic royale des sciences, des letires et des beaux arts de Belgique. Bibliographic acaddmique ou liste des ouvrages publics par les membres, correspondants et associes residents. 1854. 1 p. 1. xxiii, 254 pp. 12°. Bruxelles, M. Hayez, 1855.

Ban que nationale. Documents offi

ciels de la banque nationale. 1850-72.

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