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AFRICAN Institution, London. Third Report of the Directors of the African Institution, read March 25, 1809; with List of Subscribers.

London, 1809. 89, pp. 62. AFRICAN Repository (The). See AMERICAN Colonization Society. AGASSIZ, Louis John Rudolph, LL.D., Prof. of Nat. Hist. at Neuchatel, 1832–

'45, since at Harvard College; b. in Switzerland, 1807. 2 Classification of Insects from Embryological Data. Pp. 28, and one Plate.

See SMITHSONIAN Institution. (Contributions, vol. 2.) 3 Contributions to the Natural History of the United States of America. ... Vol. 1-4. [Plates.]

Boston, 1857–62. 4° (8.6X6.3). 4 Memoir of Hugh Miller. See MILLER, H. (Prefixed to Footprints of

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malium tam Viventium quam Fossilium, secundum ordinem alphabeticum disposita, adjectis auctoribus, libris, in quibus reperiuntur, anno editionis, etymologia et familiis, ad quas pertinent, in singulis classibus. Auctore L. Agassiz. Adjuvantibus Princ. C. L. Bonaparte; H. Burmeister; T. a Charpentier ; etc. *** [Numerous pagings.]

Soloduri, 1842–46. 4° (7.9X6.7). 6 Notice of the Fossil Fishes. See BLAKE, W. P. (Report of a Geologi

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16-32. AGNEW, John Holmes.

8 General Index to the American Biblical Repository, Vol. 1-24. January, 1831-October, 1844.

New York, 1845. 8° (6X3.4). Editor. See BIBLICAL Repository (The), &c. AGREEMENT of the associated Ministers of the County of Essex, England, as 9 to Baptism, Ordination, &c.

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Newburyport, 1810. 8°, pp. 15. AIKIN, Arthur, M.D.; b. 1784. d. 1854. 15 Annual Review (The); and History of Literature; for 1802–1808. ... Vol. 1-7.

London, 1803-'09. 8° (7.9X 4.6), 2 cols. AIKIN, Arthur, M.D., continued.

1 Dictionary (A) of Chemistry and Mineralogy, with an Account of the Pro

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London, 1807. 4° (7.8X3.6), 2 cols. Editor. See DENON, D. V. Travels in Egypt.

Joint Editor. See ANNALS of Philosophy. Vol. 11, 12. AIKIN, C. R.

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2 Letters from a Father to his Son,. ., relative to Literature and the Conduct of Life. Vol. 2. ... 2d ed. * * *

London, 1803. 8° (5.2 x 2.6). 3 View (A) of the Life, Travels, and philanthropic Labors of the late John Howard. * * *

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5 Études sur la vie de Fénelon. See FÉNELON, F. de SALIGNAC DE LA
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6 Thesaurus Linguæ Latinæ compendiarius; or, A compendious Dictiona

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London, 1796. Thick 4° (9.2 X 6.4), 2 cols., n. p. [2 copies.) 7 Abridgment of Ainsworth's Dictionary. See MORELL, T. AIRY, George Biddell, A.M., Astronomer Royal of England ; b. 1801.

8 Astronomical Observations, at Greenwich, 1836–47; Magnetical and

Meteorological Observations, at Greenwich, 1840–247; Astronomical,
Magnetical, and Meteorological Observations, at Greenwich, 1848-'58 ;
Reduction of the Observations of the Moon, made at Greenwich from
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servatories. Greenwich.
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10 Gravitation: an elementary Explanation of the principal Perturbations in
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1 Trigonometry. See (ExcYCLOPÆDIA Metropolitana, vol. 5). AKEYSIDE, Mark, M.D., an English poet ; b. 1721. d. 1770. 2 Poetical Works. Edited, with a Life, by A. Dyce. [Portrait.]

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4 Mémoire sur l'Origine, le Produit et l'Amelioration d'un Troupeau de

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5 Testament politique, recueilli de divers Mémoires, Lettres, & Entretiens,

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Editor. See PETRARCA, F. Le Rime del Petrarca. ALBINUS, a Platonic Philosopher; flourished about A.D. 200.

6 Introduction to the Dialogues of Plato. See Plato. (Works, Ed. 1848

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7 Life of Shepard. See SHEPARD, T. Works.— Vol. 1, pp. vii.-cxcii. Alcxors, a Platonic Philosopher, of uncertain age.

8 Introduction to the Doctrines of Plato. See PLATO. (Works, Ed. 1848

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9 Contributions. See AMERICAN Academy, &c. (Memoirs, vol. 3.)
10 Sermon (A) delivered at Portsmouth, Jan. 5, 1800; occasioned by the
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11 Correspondance de Frederic II. Roi de Prusse, et M. D'Alembert. See

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14 Critical Inquiry into the Life of Alexander the Great by the ancient His


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1 Introd. Essay to Bates' Harmony of Divine Attributes. See BATES, W. 2 Objections obviated, and God glorified, by the Success of the Gospel

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7 Quindici Tragedie . . .; dedicate all' Autore Medesimo; ed aggiuntevi

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12 Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste. From Edinburgh edition.

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8 History of the Expedition under the command of Captains Lewis and

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9 Bible (The) and National Prosperity: a Thanksgiving Discourse at Waterville, Nov. 27, 1851.

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