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Public Instruction Department. Annual report of the Superintendent. nos. 1-5, 7-21 (1871-5, 1877–1891). Richmond, 1871

Continued as:
Biennial report, 1892/3-1896/7, 1900/1-1904/5.

Richmond, 1893-1905. 8°.
Same, 1871, 1873-4, 1876–99. (In: Annual

Reports.)
Text-books for the primary and grammar grades of

the public schools of Virginia, adopted June 24th, 1904. Regulations of the State Board of Education for introducing books into the schools. n. t.-p. Richmond : W. E. Jones, prir., 1904. 336 p. 8°.

Public Works Board. Annual Report, 1851-57/8, 1859/61, 1872, 1874,

1876. (Richmond, 1851-1876.] 8°.

Same, 1816, 1820-31, 1833–36, 1838-39, 1849–61, 1888, 1892. (In: House Journals and Annual Reports.)

Quarantine Commission. Elizabeth River District. Report of the Medical

Officer of Quarantine. 1877–78. [Norfolk,

1877–78.] 8o. For year ending Dec. 20.

Railway Commissioner's Office. Annual report of the Commissioner, no. 1-26 (1877–

1901/2). Richmond, 1877-1902. 8°. Office abolished March 1, 1903, and duties placed upon Corporation Commission,

Senate. Journals, 1778–79, 1785/6–1790, 1810/1, 1812/3,

1814/5, 1816/7-1821/2, 1828/9-1863/4, 1865/6–1904. Richmond, 1778–1904. fo and

8o. Manual of members, officers, and standing com

mittees and rules... also, the constitution of Virginia, &c., &c. Session of 1885-6. Rich. mond: R. V. Derr, Supt. of Pub. Prtg., 1885. 84 p. 24°.

Sinking Fund Commission. Biennial report of commissioners, 1859. Richmond, 1859. 8o.

State Department. Annual report of Secretary of Commonwealth to

the Governor and General Assembly, 1902/31904/5. Richmond, 1903-'05. 8°.

State Library. Annual report of the joint committee appointed to

examine into the condition of the public (i.c., state) library, its regulation and funds, 182735, 1837-53, 1857–61, 1866–77. n. t.-p. (In:

Senate and House Journals, 1828–1878.) These are really state library reports, and. in the later years, they are accompanied by the annual report of the secretary of state as state librarian.

Continued as: Biennial report of the joint committee, etc.,1882/3–

1890/1, 1894/5-98/9. n. t..p. (In: Senate

Journals, 1883/+-1900/00.) Annual report of the state librarian, 1902/4. (In:

Collected Documents, 1902/4.)

A catalogue of the library of the State of Virginia,

arranged alphabetically... to which are pre-
fixed the rules and regulations provided for the
government of the library. Richmond, 1856.
270 p. 8o.

Statutes.
Collected Laws and Codes.

UNDER COLONY. 1632. [First revisal of the laws of Virginia] 61

acts. (1 Hening, 178–202.) 1611. [Second revisal of the laws of Virginia] 73

acts. (1 Hening, 238–282.) 1637. [Third revisal of the laws of Virginia) 131

(1 Hening, 429-494.) 1662. The Lawes of Virginia Now in Force. Lon

don: Printed in the year M.DC.LXII. 82 p., 2 II. 4°. Printed by Cotes. Edited by Francis Moryson. Also in Hening ii: 41-148. 1694. An Abridgment of the laws of Virginia,

made by Philip Ludwell, and now for the first time printed. Richmond, Va., House of the Society, 1903. (2), 78 p. 8°. Repr. Va. Magazine of History and Biography. Published by the Va. Historical Society. 1725. Laws of Virginia relating to the church and the clergy, religion and learning. (Trott. Laws of the British Colonies in America relating to the church and the clergy, etc. London, 1725. p.

105-161.) 1727. Acts of Assembly, passed in the Colony of Virginia from 1662 to 1715. Volume 1. London: Printed by John Basketi, 1727. xxiv, 391 p. Fo. Volume 2 was never published. 1733. A Collection of all the Acts of Assembly

now in Force... Williamsburg: Printed by Wil.

liam Parks, 1733. (2), 922 p. Fo. 1737. An Exact Abridgment of all the Public Acts

of Assembly of Virginia, in Force and Use... Williamsburg: Printed by William Parks, 1737. xlvii, 345 p., 41 11. 4°. By John Mercer. 1739. A Continuation of the Abridgment of all the

Public Acts of Assembly of Virginia in Force and Use. Williamsburg: Printed by William

Parks, 1739. vi, (2), 347–376 p., 1411. 4o. 1759. An Exact Abridgment of all the Public Acts

of Assembly of Virginia in Force and Use... January 1, 1758... By John Mercer. Glasgow: Printed by John Bryce and David Paterson, 1759.

(2), xxii, 482 p. 4°. 1769. The Acts of Assembly Now in Force...

Williamsburg: Printed by W. Rind, A. Purdie and J. Dixon, 1769. (2), 577 p. Fo.

Under COMMONWEALTH. 1785. A Collection of all such Public Acts of the

General Assembly and Ordinances of the Conventions of Virginia passed since the year 1768, as are now in force... Richmond: Printed by Thomas Nicholson and William Prentis, 1785.

235 p. Fo. 1794. A Collection of all such Acts of the General

Assembly of Virginia, of a Public and Permanent Nature, as are now in Force... Richmond: Printed by Augustine Davis, 1794. 380 p. Fo. 4 p. Fo.

Fo. 2 p. Fo.

7 p. Fo.

1756 Sept. 20. n. P., n. d.
1757 April 14. n. p., n. d. 48 p.
1758 Sept. 9.

n. p., n. d. 1759 Feb. 22.

n. p., n. d. 36 p. Fo. 1759 Nov, 1.

n. p., n. d. 8 p. Fo. 1760 March 4. n. P., n. d. 6 p. Fo. 1760 May 19. n. p., n. d. бр.

Fo. 1760 Oct. 6.

n. p., n. d. 1761 March 5. n. p., n. d. 9-50 p. Fo. 1761 Nov. 3. n. p., n. d. 14 p. Fo. 1762 Jan. 14. n. p., n. d.

2 p. fo. 1762 March 30.

n. p., n. d. Io p. Fo. 1762 Nov. 2.

n. p., n. d. 52 p. Fo. 1770 10 Geo. III. Williamsburg: William Rind, 1770. (2), 80 (3) p. Fo.

1771 July 11. n. p., n. d. 8 p. Fo.

1772 12 Geo. III. Williamsburg: William Rind, 1772. (1), 51 p. Fo.

Public Documents, cont'd. 1803. Collection of all such acts of General Assem

bly...of a public and permanent nature as are now in force... Vol. I. Richmond: Samuel

Pleasants, 1803. (2), v, 454 p. 8°. 1808. Same, vol. 2. Richmond: Samuel Pleasants,

1808. vi, 322 p. 8°. 1812. Supplement containing the acts.. passed

on since...1807. Richmond: Samuel Pleasants, 1812.

210 p. 8°. 1819. The revised code of the laws of Virginia.

Richmond: Thomas Ritchie, 1819. 2 v. 8o. 1823. Statutes at large: being a collection of all the

laws of Virginia from the first session of the Lego
islature in the year 1619... By William Waller
Hening. Volume 1-13. 8°.
v. 1-2. New York: Printed by R. & W. & G.

Bartow, 1823.
v. 3. Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Desilver,

1823. v. 4-6. Richmond : At the Franklin Press

W. W. Gray, 1819-1820. v. 7. Richmond: At the Franklin Press, 1820. v. 8-9. Richmond: Printed by J. G. Cochran,

1821. V. 10–12. Richmond: Printed by George Cochran,

1822-1823. v. 13. Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Desilver, 1823.

Personal names in Hening's statutes at large... By J. J. Casey. New York, 1896. 3 p.l.,

141 p. 8°. 1833. Supplement to the revised code of...1819,

Richmond: Samuel Shepherd & Co., 1833. viii,

584 p. 8o. 1835-1836. The statutes at large...1792-1806.

(New series.) Being a continuation of Hening. By Samuel Shepherd. Richmond: Samuel Shepherd, 1835–35. 3 v.

8o. 1849. The code of Virginia. [Compiled by J. M.

Patton and Conway Robinson.] Richmond : W. F. Ritchie, 1849. xxxi, 898 (1) p. 8°.

Another issue. 2 vols. 1860. The code of Virginia... Second edition.

Richmond : Ritchie, Dunnavant & Co., 1860.

xxiii, 1022 p. 8o. *1874. Third edition of the code of Virginia...

Prepared by George W. Munford. Richmond: J. E. Goode, 1873. xix (1), 1546 (1) p. 8°. 1387. The code of Virginia... Richmond: J. E.

Goode, 1887. xvi, 1177 (1) p. 8°. 1898. Supplement to the code of Virginia. By J.G.

Pollard. Richmond : J. L. Hill Prtg. Co., 1898. vi (2), 3-514 p. 8o.

COMMONWEALTH. 1779 Oct. 4. Williamsburg: Dixon & Nicholson, n. d. 48 p. Fo.

1787 Oct. 15. (Richmond, 1787.] 4-46 p. Fo. Imperfect ; lacks t.-p. and p. 47+ 1790 Oct. 18. Richmond: Dixon, n. d. 66 p. Fo. 1810/1

session 35. 1817/8-1818/9 42-43. 1826–1853/4

51-78. 1855/6

80. 1857/8 1859/60-1865

84-89. 1866/7, 1869/70-1879/80, 1881/2, 1883/41887/8, 1889/90, 1895/6; extra session, 1902/3.

82.

Treasurer,

Annual report, '1866/7, 1873/4-79/80, 1887/8,

1890, 1892/3-99/1900. Richmond, 1874-1900. 8o.

Same, 1812, 1814-15, 1818-19, 1822-55, 1859, 1865, 1871, 1873-1904. (In: Journals and Annual Reports.)

REPORTS OF INSTITUTIONS.

College of William and Mary, Williamsburg. [Annual] Catalogue. 1889/90-97/8, 1900/1. Rich. mond, 1890[-1901). 8o.

History of the college (including the general catalogue) from its foundation, 1693, to 1870. Bal. timore, 1870. 162 p. 8°.

Same, to 1874. Richmond, 1874. 183 p., Il. 8°.

A catalogue, from its foundation to the present time. [Williamsburg, 1859.) 102 p. 8o.

The Present State of Virginia, and the College: By Messieurs Hartwell, Blair, and Chil

To which is added, The Charter for erecting the said College ... London: John Wyat, 1727. (4), 95 p. 8°.

The charter, transfer and statutes, of the College of William and Mary in Virginia: in Latin and English. Williamsburg: W. Hunter, 1758. 164 p. 8o.

Presentation copy from Dr. Dawson, president of William and Mary, to Samuel Davies, president of Princeton.

ton.

Session Laws.

COLONY. 1734 August 22. n. p., n. d. 51 p. Fo. 1736 August 5. n. p., n. d. 48 p. Fo. 1738 Nov. 1. n. p., n. d. 52 p.

Fo 1740 May 22. n. p., n. d. 1710 Aug. 21. n. p., n. d. 1752 Feb. 27. n. p., n. d. 48 p. 1756 March 25. n. p., n. d. 28 p.

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Public Institutions, cont'd.

Course of studies in William and Mary College at Williamsburg, Va. [Williamsburg? 1850?] 14 P., Il. 8°.

Remarks of Benjamin S. Ewell, president in support of the petition . for an appropri. ation by Congress... delivered April 1, 1874. n.p. (1874) 16 p. 8°.

Two hundredth anniversary of the charter of the College of William and Mary. 1693–1893, [Richmond: Whittet & Shepperson, printers, 1894.] i p.l., 49 p. 4o. Edited by Lyon G. Tyler.

The making of the Union. Contributions of the College of William and Mary in Virginia. Richmond, 1899. 36 p., Il. 8°.

Eastern Lunatic Hospital, Williamsburg. Annual report, i et seq;

1822–28, 1830–33, 1835–46, 1848-60/61, 1865/6, 1870/1, 1872/3, 1903/4. n. t.-P. (In: Sen. and House Jols. and Annual Reports.)

Female normal school. Report, 1885–1889. n. t.-p. (In: Annual Reports, 1885-1889.)

Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. Annual Catalogue. (1870/1, 75/6, 79/80, 82/3, 87/8-89/90, 93/4-1905/6.) Hampton, 1870-1906. 8o.

1875/6 contains a statement of its history, methods and results.

1904/5 is Bulletin v. 1, no. 1, Ja.-Mr. 1905. 1905/6 is Bulletin v. 2, no. 1, Mr. 1906.

Principal's report. 1876/7, 78/9, 80/1, 83/4, 85/6-86/7, 88/9-1901/2, 1903/4. Hampton, 1877–1904. 8o. Early reports called Annual reports, No. 34 for 1901/2.

Same. 1876/7-1889/90. (In: Annual Report of Officers, etc.)

[Report to the Supt. of public instruction for Va.) 1879/80–80/1. Richmond, 1880-1881. 8°.

Hampton tracts for the people. Sanitary series. No. 3, 5. New York, 1879. 16°.

Southern (The) Workman. v. 5, no. 10 (1876); v. 8, no. (1879); v. 10, nos, 1, 4; v. 13, nos. 7–12; V. 14, nos. 8–9; v. 15, nos. 3, 6–7, JO; v. 16, nos. 1, 3, 6; v. 19-20; v. 21, nos. 1-11; V. 22, nos. 1-11; V. 23-date. Hampton, 1876-date. 1° and 4o.

Talks and thoughts of the Hampton Indian students. v. 6, nos. 1-2, 4, 7-12; v. 7, nos. I, 412; v. 8, nos. 2-12; v. 9, nos. I, 3-12; v. 11-12; v. 13, nos. 1-2, 5-12; v. 14; V. 15, nos. I, 3-12; V. 16-date. Hampton, 1891-date. 12o.

Alumni Association. Primary needs of the negro race. An address by K. Miller. Washington, 1899. 18 pp. 8°.

Nature-Study Bureau. Animal industry leaflet. No. 1-4. Washington, 1903-1904. 8o.

Children's nature-study leaflet. No. 1-3. Hampton, 1902–1904. 8°.

Hampton Agriculture leaflet. No. 1-9. Hampton, 1902.

8o.
Leaflet.
No. 1-17.

(1901-1904.) [Hampton, 1901-1904.) 8o.

REPORT of President Hopkins of Williams College [and others], upon the Institute (also re

port of the farm manager and statement by the principal). n. p. (1870?] II p., I pl. 8°. First report repr. American Missionary, Aug. 1869.

CONGRESSIONAL land scrip. Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. Letters of R. W. Hughes, a Trustee, and Gen. S. C. Armstrong, Superintendent of the Hampton Institute. Richmond, 1872. 12 p.

nar. 8°. HAMPTON and its students. By two of its teachers, Mrs. M. F. Armstrong and H. W. Ludlow. With 50 cabin and plantation songs, arranged by T. F. Fenner... 255 p., I pl. ill. New York, 1874. 8°.

[AN APPEAL to the friends of the Institute in the hope of increased aid.] Hampton, Va., 1879. 30 p. 8o.

[APPEAL of the Armstrong Association in behalf of the Institute. New York, 1880?] 15 p. 24°.

CONCERNING Indians. Extracts from the annual report of the principal for 1883. Hampton, 1883. 29 p. 8o.

[Its work for the negro and Indian races. Hampton, 1884.] 8°.

Its work for two races (1868 to 1885). Hampton, 1885. 34 p. 8°.

Ten years' work for Indians (1878–’88]. Hampton, 1878–88. 8°.

Indian education at Hampton. [Hamplon, 1888?] 81. sq. 16°.

TWENTY-Two years' work: records of negro and Indian graduates and ex-students... (ed. by Miss Helen W. Ludlow] Hampton, 1893. v, 1 l., 520 p., 4 1., 4 maps, 1 pl. 8°

From the beginning. Reprinted from articles by Gen. S. C. Armstrong and Helen W. Ludlow in “ 22 years work of Hampton Institute.” Hampton (1893?].

16o. ANNIVERSARY. No. 28. (My. 1896.) [Hampton, 1896.] 12°

HAMPTON normal and agricultural institute and its work for the negro and Indian youth. Hampton, 1898. 16 p., 2 pl. sq. 16o.

Boston, 1899. 13 p. sq. 16°.
Hampton, 1900.

16 p. 16o. [Out from cabin and tepee. Hampton, 1900.] 32 pp. sq. 16o.

Then and now at Hampton Institute, 1868-1902. [Hampton, 1902.] 31 p.

nar 8o. The work of Hampton. Hampton, 1904. 16 p.

Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Va. Catalogue of session (1883/4); Announcement of session (1884/5). Richmond, 1884. 8°.

Report of Dean. 1855/7, 1858, 1860/61, 1869/70, 1887/87, 1888/9. (In: Annual Reports of State Officers.)

Report of Board of Visitors, 1882-1887. n. t.-p. (In: Ann. Repts., 1882–87.)

Richmond College. Catalogue. Session 1872/3, 1883/4, 84/5. Richmond, 1872–85. 8°.

Catalogue for 1884/ 5 contains also a historical sketch, and roll of alumni, 1832-'84

Dedication of Teter Memorial Hall; ad. dress by Rev. J. B. Thomas, D.D., of Brooklyn,

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Public Institutions, contd. N. Y.; remarks of the chairman of the... commit. tee and the president of the trustees... June 18, 1884. Richmond, 1884. 31 p., I pl. 8°. University of Virginia.

Serial Publications. Catalogue. 1825-43/4, 1849/50, 1855/6, 1859/60, 1866/7, 1868/9, 1871/2-1872/3, 1874/5-98/9, 1900/1-1902/3, 1904/5-1905/06. Roanoke, Charlottesville, etc., 1849-1906. 12°. 8°.

Catalogues of sessions 1-19 (1825-1843/4) are printed in 188081, collected into one volume, with cover-title" Catalogues,” and a preliminary statement by James F. Harrison that “Catalogues of the students attending the early sessions have never before been published.'

1832/3. Charlottesville: D. Deans & Co., 1833. 27 p. 8o.

Report of rector and visitors. 1820,1822-23, 1826–31, 1836–37, 1840–1854, 1858, 1861, 1866, 1870, 1873–74, 1876–89. (In: House and Senate Journals and Annual Reports.)

Bulletins. New ser, v. 1-3, v. 5 no. 1, v. 6 no. 2. (Ja. 1901-Oct. 1903, Ja. 1905, Ap. 1906.) Charlottesville, Va., 1901-1906. 8°.

Society of the Alumni. Circular no. 2 of the executive committee of the Society of Alumni... with a Sketch of its History. Charlottesville, 1873.

19 p. 8°.

The Alumni Bulletin. V. I-v. 7, no. 1; n. s., v. 1-4 (May 1894-Oct. 1904). Charlottesville, 1894-1904. 4°.

n. s. v. 1-3 called “ Bulletins of the University of Virginia." no. I of n. š. v. 1-3 each the Catalogue number. v. 5, no. I called “Commencement number."

ANNALS of Mathematics. v. 1-12 (1884-99). Charlottesville, 1884-99. 4°. Since 1899 published by Harvard University.

COLLEGE topics, v. I, no. 10, March 15, 1890. Extra in the interest of the university. Charlottesville, Va., 1890. fo.

UNIVERSITY of Virginia Magazine, published by the two literary societies of the University of Virginia. v. 15, no. 5 (Feb. 1877), v. 55, nos. 4-9; V. 56, no. 2, 4, 5; and v. 67, no. 1 (Jan.-June 1895, Jan.-Feb. 1896, Oct. 1906). Charlottesville, 1877– 1906. 4°.

Non-serial Publications. UNIVERSITY of Virginia. To the President and Directors of the Literary Fund. Draft of an annual report by the Rector and Visitors, as to the policy, proceedings and finances, with preliminary observations on the death of George Washington. A. D., Thomas Jefferson. With numerous interlineations and corrections. 5 p. 4°. MS.

UNIVERSITY of Virginia. Enactments by the rector and visitors for constituting, governing and conducting that institution. Charlottesville, 1825. 8o.

BURWELL (William M.) Address delivered before the Society of Alumni...at their annual meet. ing, June 29, 1847. Richmond: Shepherd and Colin, 1847. 27, 7 p. 8°.

pp. 1-7 at end contain the report of the Proceedings of the Society on 28 June, 1847.

HOLCOMBE (James P). An address delivered before the Society of Alumni...at its annual meeting, held in the public hall

, June 29th, 1853. Richmond: Macfarlane & Fergusson, 1853. 43 p. 8°.

Lectures on the evidence of Christianity, delivered at the University of America, during the session of 1850-1. New York: R. Carter & Bros., 1853. x, 606 p., 13 port. 8o. Edited by W. H, Ruffner.

JEFFERSON (Thomas), and J. C. CABELL. Early history of the University of Virginia, as contained in the letters of T. Jefferson and J.C. Cabell, hitherto unpublished; with an appendix...Richmond: J.W. Randolph, 1856. xxxvi, 52, 8 p. 8°.

Bohn's album and autographs of the University of Virginia, with a short history, and beautifully illustrated with twenty steel engravings and portraits of the professors and officers. Washington: C. Bohn, 1859. 13 p. 4°. Interleaved copy.

JOHNSON (John Lipscomb). The University memorial: biographical sketches of alumni of the University of Virginia who fell in the Confederate War. Baltimore, 1871. ports. pl. 8°.

HUNTER (Robert Mercer Taliaferro). Address to the alumni of the University of Virginia at Chars lottesville... June 30, 1875... Richmond : J. E. Goode, 1875. 17 p. 8°.

SOUTHALL (James C.) Opening of the Lewi. Brooks Museum at the University of Virginia, June 27th, 1878. Address on Man's Age in the World: With introductory remarks of Hon. A. H. H. Stuart, Rector. Richmond: Printed by order of the Board of Visitors, 1878. 58 p., 1 l. 8°.

BROADHEAD (James O.) An address delivered before the Society of Alumni of the University of Virginia, June 30, 1881. Charlottesville : Society of the Alumni (1881). 25 p. 8o.

TUTWILER (H.) Early years of the University of Virginia. Address... before the Alumni Society ... Thursday, June 29th, 1882. Charlottesville : Chronicle Book and Job Office, 1882. 14 p. 8°.

A SKETCH of the University of Virginia. Richmond, Va., 1885. 43 p. 8o.

ADAMS (Herbert Baxter). Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia; with authorized sketches of Hampden-Sydney, Randolph-Macon, Emory• Henry, Roanoke, and Richmond colleges, Washington and Lee University, and Virginia Military Institute. (Contributions to Am. Educ. Hist. by H. B. A. No. 2.) Washington: Govt. Prig. Office, 1888. 308 p., 24 pl., 1 port. 8°. (U. S. Bureau of Educ.

Circ. of Inf. No. 1, 1888.) TRENT (William Peterfield). English culture in Virginia: a study of the Gilmer letters, and an account of the English Professors obtained by Jefferson for the University of Virginia. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1889. 8°. (Johns Hopkins Univ. Studies in Historical and Political Science, 7. ser. nos. 5, 6.)

REPLY of the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia to the remonstrance on recent changes in the requirements for the degree of master of arts. Charlottesville, 1892. 60 p. 8°.

Rogers (W. B.) Life and letters of... Rogers, edited by his wife with the assistance of W. T.

Public Institutions, cont'd. Sedgwick. 2 vol. viii, 1 l., 427; vi, 1 l., 451 p., 6 pl., 5 port., 3 fac-sim. ill. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1896. 8o.

DABNEY (Richard Heath). University of Virginia... 51. [New York, 1897.) fo. Repr.: Frank Leslie's Pop. Month., Aug., 1897.

CARTER (James C.) The University of Virginia: Jefferson its Father, and his Political Philosophy. An Address delivered upon the Occasion of the Dedication of the new Buildings of the University, June 14, 1898. [Charlottesville:] The University of Virginia, 1898. 1p.l., 38 p. 8°.

PATTON (John Shelton), and S. J. Doswell. The University of Virginia: glimpses of its past and present. [Lynchburg, Va.: J. P. Bell Co., 190-?] 82 p., il. illus. 8°.

MABIE (Hamilton W.) Some famous schools. The university of Virginia. (Outlook. v. 65, p. 784-797. New York, 1900.)

UNIVERSITY of Virginia: its history, influence, equipment and characteristics; with biographical sketches and portraits of founders, benefactors, officers and alumni. Editorial staff...P. B. Barringer, J. M. Garnett... R. Page. Illustrated. New York : Lewis Pub. Co., 1904. 2 v. 4o.

PAGE (Thomas Nelson). The University of Virginia. (Scribner's Maga. v. 37, p. 396–410. New York, 1905.)

The UNIVERSITY of Virginia in the life of the nation. Academic addresses delivered on the oc. casion of the installation of Edwin Anderson Al. derman as president of the University of Virginia, Apr. 13...1905... [by] A.C. Coolidge [and others). [Charlottesville, .: The Univ., 1905.] 121 p. 8o.

PATTON (John Shelton). Jefferson, Cabell, and the University of Virginia. New York: The Neale Pub. Co., 1906. 3 p.l., v.viii, 9-380 p., 5 pl., 2

90/1-91/2, 94/5, 1901/2. Baltimore, etc., 1866– 1902. 8°. Before 1871 called “Washington College."

Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. Catalogue of the officers and alumni, 1749–1888. Baltimore : J. Murphy & Co., 1888. 245 p. 8°.

Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. Historical papers. no. 1-3. (1890–1892) Baltimore, 1890-1892. 8°.

SOUTHERN (The) collegian; published at Washington and Lee University. v. 26, no. 3-6; v. 32, no. 1; v. 34, no. 2 (Dec., 1893-May, 1894; Nov., 1899; Nov., 1901). Lexington, 1893-1901. 8°.

DABNEY (John Blair). Address at Washington College before the literary societies. Lexington, 1841. 8°.

MEETING (A) in anticipation of Washington's Birthday, in behalf of Washington College, Va., called by the leading clergy and others of all denominations in New York, New York, 1868. 24 p. 16o.

REPORT of proceedings of a meeting to organize a movement for securing a centennial endowment fund for Washington and Lee University...held in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Oct. 10, 1876. [Philadelphia, 1876.] 32 p. 8o.

CENTENNIAL organization for the better endowment of W. and L. U. Report of the meetings held in Independence Hall, Phila., Oct. 10, 1875, and June 8, 1881. New York, 1882. ii, 1 l., 88 p. 8o.

PRESTON (Margaret J.) Centennial poem for Washington and Lee Univ., Lexington, Virginia, 1775-1885. New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1885. cover, title, 24 1. 12o.

Printed on rectos only. With autograph presentation inscription from G. W. C. Lee.

The INAUGURATION of William Lyne Wilson, as president, September 15, 1897. Lynchburg (1897).

port. 8o.

49 p. 8°.

Virginia Military Institute, Lexington. Annual report, i et seq. 1839-1847, 1849/50, 1851/2, 1854/5, 1856/7, 1859/60-60/1, 1865/6, 1869/70, 1873/4-76/7. n.t..p. (In House and Senate Journals and Annual Reports.) 1839-40 called

“Report of the principal professor," later called “ Report of the Superintendent” and “Report of Board of Visitors” variously. Reports are unnumbered. except that for 1845, which is numbered 7.

Register of the officers and cadets, July, 1857, 72/3. Richmond, 1857–1873. 8°. 1872/3 called " Official register."

LETCHER (John). Address on the re-inauguration of the bronze statue of George Washington, at the Virginia Military Institute, September 10, 1866. Richmond: Board of Visitors (1866]. 20 p.

Western Lunatic Hospital. Annual report, 1-18 (1825-45), 21–27 (1848-54), unnumbered 1855/7-59/61, 1865/6, 1869/70-1892/3, numbering resumed, v. 2, 67–70 (1893/4-96/7), 72–76 (1898/9-1902/3). n. t.-p. (In: Senate and House Jols. and Annual Reports.)

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WALKER (Charles D.) Memorial, Virginia Military Institute. Biographical sketches of the graduates and élèves of the Virginia Military Institute who fell during the war between the States. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1875. 585 p. 8°.

WISE (Henry Augustus). Gov. Wise's inaugural address at Lexington, Va., Military Institute, July, 1856. (Richmond ?] 1856.

Washington and Lee University. Catalogue, 1865/6, 69/70–74/5, 76/7-77/8, 83/4, 85/6, 86/7,

MANUSCRIPTS. In addition to the manuscripts, noted below as bearing directly on the subject, the Library owns several large groups that contain historical material relating in some degree to Virginia. The Bancroft transcripts, drawn from various public and private archives, comprise a great quantity of documents and contemporary correspondence bearing on the course of events in the American colonies down to the close of the Revolution, with some of later date. The papers of the Boston Committee of Correspondence contain several letters from towns and counties in Virginia, written in 177475. The papers of Gen. Morgan and the letter-books of Gen. Gates and Greene relate to the campaigns in the south. The Yorktown campaign is described in the transcript of Washington's journal and in Col. Dearborn's diary. There is a quantity of colonial and revolutionary letters by various military officers, members of the Continental Congress and other prominent Virginians, in the volumes of the Emmet and the Myers collections, and among the miscellaneous unbound MSS. of the Ford collection, etc. In this connection may be mentioned also the correspondence of Samuel Adams with Richard Henry Lee. The records of the Loyalist Commis

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