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LOSKIEL, George Henry.

1 History of the Mission of the United Brethren among the Indians in

North America. In three Parts. Translated from the German by C. I.
La Trobe. [Map.]

London, 1794. 8°(6.1X3.5).
Vote. - Each part has half-title, and is paged independently.
Los Rios, M'lle. Charlotte Marie DE; 6. 1726. d. 1802.

2 Encyclopédie (L') enfantine, ou Magazin pour les petits Enfans, par Malle. de Los-Rios. ***

Dresde, 1780. 12° (4.472.8). 3 Encyclopédie enfantine, ou Magazin pour les petits Enfans. (By C. M. de Los Rios.] P'tie II. Histoire Naturelle.

Dresde, 1787. 12° (4.4x2.8). LOSSING, Benson John, an American author & engraver; b. 1813. 4 Life (The) and Times of Philip Schuyler. 2 vols. [Portraits.]

New York, (1860,'62). 12° (6X3.5). 5 Outline History of the Fine Arts. ... Illustrated by Wood Engravings. (Harper's Family Library, No. 103.)

New-York, 1840. 18° (4.5X2.7). LOTHROP, Rev. Samuel K., D.D., of Boston.

6 Life of S. Kirkland. See SPARKS, J. (Amer. Biogr., 2d Series, vol. 15.) 7 Memoir of S. Appleton. See Mass. Hist. Society. (Coll., 4th Ser., vol.3.) 8 Proceedings of the Ecclesiastical Council, in the Case of the Proprietors of Hollis-Street Meeting-House and Rev. John Pierpont, their Pastor

Boston, 1841. 8° (6.4 X3.7). LOTIIROPP, Rev. John, of Scituate and Barnstable, Mass.; d. 1653.

9 Biographical Memoir of Rev. J. Lothropp, by John Lathrop. See Mass.

Hist. Society. (Collections, 2d Series, vol. 1.) LOUDON, Mrs. Jane WEBB; b. near Birmingham, Eng., 1808. d. 1858. 10 Gardening for Ladies; and Companion to the Flower-Garden. By Mrs.

Loudon. First American, from 3d London ed. (Engravings.] Edited by A. J. Downing.

New-York, 1848. 12° (5.6X3.3), 2 cols. Louis XI., King of France; b. 1423. d. 1483.

11 History of Lewis XI., &c. See COMINES, P. de. LOUIS XIV. 'the Great, King of France; b. 1638. d. 1715.

12 Age of Louis XIV. See VOLTAIRE, F. M. A. de.
13 Louis XIV. and the Court of France. See PARDOE, J.

14 Siècle de Louis XIV. See VOLTAIRE, F. M. A. de. Euvres. Vol. 20, 21. Louis XV., King of France, great-grandson of the preceding; b. 1710. d. 1774.

15 Age of Louis XV. See VOLTAIRE, F. M. A. de.

16 Siècle de Louis XV. See VOLTAIRE, F. M. A. de. (Euvres. Vol. 22. Louis XVI., King of France; b. at Versailles, 1754. guillotined at Paris, 1793.

17 Histoire de Louis XVI., précédée d'un Aperçu sur le Gouvernement Fran

çais, depuis Louix XIV., jusqu'à nos jours. *** Tom. 1, 2. [Portrait.]

Hambourg, 1802. 12° (4.4 X2.5). Louis NAPOLEON. See NAPOLEON III. Louis PHILIPPE JOSEPH, Duc d'Orleans. See ORLEANS, J. P. J., Duc d'. LOUISIANA, State of. An Account of Louisiana, being an Abstract of Docu18 ments, in the Offices of the Departments of State, and of the Treasury.

Philadelphia, 1803. 8°, pp. 50. 19 Appendix to an Account of Louisiana, being an Abstract of Documents in the Departments of State, and of the Treasury.

Philadelphia, 1803. 8°, pp. ic.

LOUISIANA, State of, continued.

1 System (A) of Penal Law, for the State of Louisiana: consisting of a

Code of Crimes and Punishments, a Code of Procedure, a Code of Evidence, a Code of Reform and Prison Discipline, a Book of Definitions. ... By E. Livingston. ... [Withị Report on the Plan of a Penal Code, and Introductory Reports to the several Codes embraced in the

System of Penal Law. Philadelphia, (1833). 8° (7.2X4.1), pp. 745. LOUNGER (The): a periodical Paper, published at Edinburgh in the years 1785

2 and 1786. New ed. ... Vol. 1, 2. London, 1822. 12° (4.8X2.8).

3 Lounger (The). 2 vols. See (BRITISH Essayists.-Vol. 30, 31). LOVEJOY, Rev. Elijah Parish; b. in Albion, Mass., 1802. d. 1837.

4 Memoir of Rev. E. P. Lovejoy. See LOVEJOY, J. C. and 0. LOVEJOY, Joseph C. and Owen, brothers of the preceding.

5 Memoir of Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy; who was murdered in defence of the

Liberty of the Press, at Alton, Illinois, Nov. 7, 1837. With an Introduction by J. Q. Adams.

New York, 1838. 12° (5X3.1). LOVELACE, Richard, an English poet ; b. in Woolwich, Kent, 1618. d. 1658.

6 Lucasta. The Poems of R: Lovelace. In two parts. ... 2 vols.

Portrait and Frontispiece.) Chiswick, 1817,'18. 12° (4.2 X 2.6 irr.). LOVERING, Joseph, Prof. of Math. & Nat. Philos., Harvard College.

7 Magnetic Observations made at the Observatory of Ilarvard University,

Cambridge, Mass. See AMERICAN Academy, &c. (Memoirs, N. S., vol. 2.) LOUVET DE COUVRAY, Jean Baptiste, a French revolutionist ; 6. 1760. d. 1797.

8 Narrative of the Dangers to which I have been exposed since the 31st of . May, 1793. With Historical Memorandums. By J. B. Louvet. ***

London, 1795. 8° (6.5X3.7).. LOWE, Joseph, Esq.

9 Commerce. See (ENCYCLOPÆDIA Metropolitana, vol. 6). LOWELL, Rev. Charles, D.D., of Boston, Mass.; b. 1782.

10 Characteristicks (The) of a Good Soldier. Artillery-Election Sermon, at Boston, June 4, 1810.

Boston, 1810. 89, pp. 24. 11 Memoir of J. Pierce, D.D. See Mass. Hist. Society. (Collections, 4th

Series, vol. 1.) LOWELL, James Russell, Prof. of Mod. Lang., Harv. Coll. ; 6. 1819. 12 Poems.

Cambridge, 1844. 8° (4.7X 2.7 irr.). Joint Editor, and Biographer. See PoE, E. A. Works. LOWELL, Hon. John, LL.D., Judge U.S. District Court; b. 1744. d. 1802.

13 Eulogy on Hon. James Bowdoin, LL.D., before the American Academy

of Arts and Sciences, Jan. 26, 1791. Boston, 1791. 4°, pp. 24. 14 Eulogy on Hon. J. Bowdoin. See AMERICAN Academy, &c. (Memoirs,

vol. 2, pt. I.) LOWELL, John, Jun., Founder of 'Lowell Institute; b. 1799. d. 1836.

15 Memoir of Mr. John Lowell, Jun. See EVERETT, E. LOWELL, Rev. Samuel, minister at Bristol, Eng. 16 Sermons ...

Bristol, 1801. 8° (5X3.2). LOWER, Richard, M.D., of London ; d. 1691.

17 Tractatus de Corde. Item de Motu & Colore Sanguinis et Chyli in eum Transitu.

. Amstelodami, 1669. 8° (4.7X 2.8). LOWMAN, Moses, a Dissenting minister, of Clapham, Surrey ; b. 1680. d. 1752.

18 Paraphrase (A) and Notes on the Revelation of St. John ... *. 3d ed.

London, 1773. 8° (6.5X3.4), m. r.

LOWNDES, William, A.M., Fellow of Brazen Nose College, Oxford, Eng.

1 Plato. Lucius Annæus Seneca. The Stoical Philosophy. See (ENCY

CLOPÆDIA Metropolitana, vol. 10). LOWNDES, William Thomas.

2 Bibliographer's (The) Manual of English Literature containing an Ac

count of Rare, Curious, and Useful Books, published in or relating to Great Britain and Ireland, from the Invention of Printing; ... New ed., revised, corrected and enlarged by H. G. Bohn. Part 1-8. * * *

8 vols. [1 paging.] London, 1857–62. 16° (5.4X3.4), 2 cols. LOWRIE, Walter.

Editor. See UNITED STATES. American State Papers. LOWTH, Robert, D.D., Bishop of London; b. 1710. d. 1787.

3 Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews; translated from the Latin, by G. Gregory. ...[With) Notes of Prof. Michaelis . . ., the Translator and others. Vol. 1, 2. [Portrait.]

London, 1787. 8° (6X3.3). 4 Lectures on the Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews. Translated from the original Latin by G. Gregory. New ed. with Notes by C. E. Stowe.

Andover, 1829. 8° (6.5X3.7). 5 Short Introduction (A) to English Grammar. With critical Notes. ***

Newbury-port, 1783. 12° (4.8X3). Translator, Annotator, &c. See BIBLE. Isaiah. LOWTH, William, B.D., Prebendary of Winchester ; b. 1661. d. 1732.

6 Commentary (A) upon the Three Lesser Prophets : being a Continuation of Bishop Patrick. * *. 6th ed. corrected.

London, 1766. 2° (11.4 X6.4), 2 cols. LOWTHORP, John.

7 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, to the year

1700, abridged, &c. See ROYAL SOCIETY of London. LUBBOCK, Sir John William, F.R.S., an English astronomer ; 6. 1803. 8 Heat (On the) of Vapours and on Astronomical Refractions. [Plate.]

London, 1840. 8° (6.3X4). LUBIN, Eilhard, a learned German protestant divine; b. 1556. d. 1621. 9 Avli Persi (In) Satyras Paraphrasis scholastica nova ....

Amstelredami, 1595. 8° (5X2.9). Commentator. See PERSIUS FLACCUS, A. Satyræ VI. LUCANUS, Marcus Annæus, a Roman poet ; b. at Corduba in Spain, 39, d. 65.

10 M. A. Lucanus de Bello Civili, cum H. Grotii, Farnalii Notis integris & variorum ... Accurante C. Schrevelio. [Map and Indexes.]

Lugd [uni] Batav[orum], 1669. 8° (5.8X3.5 irr.), pp. 614+. 11 Pharsale (La) de Lucain, ou les Guerres civiles de Cesar et de Pompée. En Vers François. Par Mr. de Brebeuf. [Plates.]

Paris, 1682. 12° (4.8X2.8 irr.). 12 Pharsalia, cum Notis H. Grotii, et R. Bentleii. ***

Glasguæ, 1816. 8° (6.5X3.9 irr.). 13 Lucan's Pharsalia. Translated into English Verse by N. Rowe. •** [Vignettes.]

London, 1718. 2° (11.7X9.5 irr.). LUCAS, Charles, M.D.

14 Essai sur les Eaux minérales et thermales d'Aix la Chapelle et de Borset, par M. Lucas. Traduit de l'Anglois par Mr. O Kean.

Liege, 1762. 8°(4.9 X 2.6). Locas, Jean André Henri, a French naturalist; b. 1780. d. 1825.

1 Tableau méthodique des Espèces Minérales, presentant la Série compléte

de leurs Caractères, et la Nomenclature de leurs Variétés, extrait du Traité de Minéralogie de M. Haüy, et augmenté des nouvelles Decouvertes ...

P'tie I. [Portrait of Haüy, and Plates.] Paris, 1806. 8° (5.7X3.5). Lucas, Richard, D.D., Prebendary of Westminster; b. 1648. d. 1715. ? Inquiry (An) after Happiness. ... Vol. 1, 2. ...**. Sth ed.

Edinburgh, 1754. 12° (5.2X2.9). LOCIAxts, a Greek author; b. in Samosata, Syria, about 120. d. about 200.

3 Certain select Dialogues: together with his True History, translated from

the Greek ... By F. Hickes. ... Oxford, 1663. 2° (8.3X4.5), m. b. 4 Colloquia Selecta, & Timon. Cebetis Thebani Tabula. Menandri Sen

tentiæ Morales. Græce & Latine. Colloquia Luciani & Timonem Notis illustravit T. Hemsterhuis [3 pagings.]

Amstelædami, 1708. 12° (4X2). 5 Lucianus ex recensione C. Iacobitz. Vol. 1-4. Accedunt Scholia ..., Index Rerum et Verborum

Lipsiae, 1836–41. 8° (6.3X3.6). 6 Euvres, traduites du Grec, avec des Remarques historiques & critiques ... Tom. 1-6. [Portrait.]

Paris, 1789. 8° (5.6X3.2). * Opera, quæ quidem extant, omnia, Græcè & Latinè, in quatuor tomos diuisa : vnà cvm G. Cognati, et Ioan. Sambvci Annotationibus ...: Narratione item de Vita & Scriptis Authoris Iac. Zvingeri : adjectis ...

Indicibus. ... 4 vols. Basileæ, 1563. 8° (4.7X2.8), par cols. 8 Part of Lucian made English from the Originall. In the yeare 1638. By

Iasper Mayne. ... *** [Portrait.] Oxford, 1664. 2° (8.3X4.7). LUCRETIC'S Carus, Titus, a Roman philosophical poet ; b.95 B.C. d. 52 B.C.

9 Life of Lucretius. See (The Nature of Things, post.– Vol. 1, pp. xix.-cüïi.). 10 Nature (The) of Things : a Didactic Poem. Translated from the Latin,

accompanied with the Original Text, [facing the Translation,) and'illusted with Notes philological and explanatory. By J. M. Good. ... Vol. 1, 2. [Frontispieces.]

London, 1805. 4° (7.4 X5.6). 11 T. Lucretius Carus, of the Nature of Things. Translated into English

Verse, by T. Creech. 6th ed. Explained and illustrated with Notes and
Animadversions; being a Compleat System of the Epicurean Philoso-

phy. Vol. 1, 2. .. [Portrait.] London, 1722. 8° (6.4 X3.4). 12 T. Lucretii Cari de Rerum Natura Libri Sex. [Edited by M. Maittaire. Frontispiece and Index.]

London, 1713. 12° (4.5X2.5 irr.). u T. Lucretii Cari de Rerum Natura Libri Sex C. Lachmannus recensuit et emendavit Ed. altera Berolini, 1853. 8° (6.4 irr. X3.7 irr.).

NOTE. - Compare under LACHMANN, K. LUDEWIG, Hermann E. 14 Literature (The) of American Aboriginal Languages. With Additions and Corrections, by Prof. Wm. W. Turner. Edited by N. Triibner.

London, 1858. 8°(6.5X3.8). LEDLAM, W., Fellow of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, Eng. 15 Introduction (An) and Notes on Mr. Bird's Method of dividing Astronomical Instruments.... [With] Vocabulary of English and French Technical Terms.

London, 1786. 4°, pp. 32.

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LUDWIG, Christian.

i Dictionary (A) English, German and French ... by C. Ludwig...

Revised, corrected, and augmented with more than 12000 Words ..

by J. B. Rogler. 3d ed. Leipzig, 1763. 4° (7.9X5.7), 2 cols., pp. 1029 LÜCKE, Gottfried Christian Friedrich, a German theologian; b. 1792. d. 1855.

Joint Editor. See THEOLOGISCHE Studien und Kritiken. 1834-1856 LUNEAU DE BOISJERMAIN, Pierre Joseph François; b. 1732. d. 1801.

2 Cours de Langue Italienne ... Tom. 1. Paris, 1783. 8° (6X3.3) LUNN, Rev. Francis, A.M., F.R.S., Fellow of St. John's Coll., Cambridge, Eng

3 Chemistry. See (ENCYCLOPEDIA Metropolitana, vol. 4).
4 Electricity. See (ENCYCLOPÆDIA Metropolitana, vol. 4).

5 Heat. See (ENCYCLOPÆDIA Metropolitana, vol. 4). LUNT, Rev. William Parsons, D.D., of Quincy, Mass. ; b. 1805. d. 1857.

6 Artillery-Election Sermon, June 7, 1847. Boston, 1847. 8°, pp. 35

7 Jesus Christ the Faithful Witness. Boston, 1846. 120, pp. 16 LUSHINGTON, W., Esq., English Agent for the Island of Grenada. 8 Interests (The) of Agriculture and Commerce, inseparable.

London, 1808. 8°, pp. 72 LUTHER, Martin, D.D., the leader of the German reformation, Prof. of Theol

at Wittemberg; b. at Eisleben, Saxony, 1483. d. 1546. 9 Colloquia Mensalia ; or, Divine Discourses at his Table, &c. ... Col

lected first together by Dr. A. Lauterbach, and afterwards disposed into certain Common-places by J. Aurifaber, D.D. Translated out of the High Germane into the English Tongue by Capt. H. Bell. ... [Por. trait.]

London, 1652. 2° (10.3x5.9), m. b., pp. 341. 10 Latina Catechesis, cum Præfatione. See LATINA Catechesis, &c. 11 Life (The) of Martin Luther, and the Reformation in Germany. [Trans

lated from a German work, by G. König and H. Gelzer.] With an Introduction by Rev. T. Stork. ... Illustrated.

Philadelphia, 1854. 8°(6.1X3.7). 12 Life of Luther. See VILLERS, C. F. D. de. Essay, &c.—Pp. 11–52. 13 Luther's Leben. 1483-1517. See JÜRGENS, K. 14 Opera omnia. Tom. 2. Witebergæ, about 1564. 2° (9.8 X 5), fol. 508.

Note. — Imperfect, wanting title-page. Autograph, ‘S. Matheri.'
15 Vindication of Luther against his English Assailants. See HARE, J. C.

Translator. See BIBLE. Biblia ... Düdesch.
Translator. See BIBLE. Gospel of St. John.

Translator, and Commentator. See BIBLE. Der Psalter.
LYALL, Rev. Alfred, A.M., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Eng.

16 Christian Church (The) of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries. See

(ENCYCLOPÆDIA Metropolitana, vol. 11). LYALL, Rev. William Roe, A.M., Archdeacon of Colchester.

17 Greece. See (ENCYCLOPÆDIA Metropolitana, vol. 9). LYCOPHRON, a Greek poet, of Chalcis in Eubea, of 3d century, B.C.

18 Alexandra. [Greek.] Cum . . . I. Tzetzis Commentariis ... Ad

iuncta est Interpretatio Versuum Latina, ad verbum, per G. Cantervm. Additæ sunt & eiusdem G. Canteri Annotationes, necnon Epitome Cassandræ Græcolatina, Carmine Anacreontio.

Exc. P. Stephanus, [Genevce] 1601. 4° (7.4X4.7).

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