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Silver (The) cup. [A story for children. [anon.] 2 v. 276 pp; 244 pp. 120. New

anon.] 316 pp. 4 pl. 16°. Philadelphia, Am. York, Harpers, 1835. S. S. union, (1865).

Simon (John). A physiological essay on the Silver (The) wreath; a choice collection of se- thymus gland. xvi, 100 pp. 40. London,

lected songs, ballads, etc. arranged with an H. Renshaw, 1845. accompaniment for the piano-forte. 216 pp. On the comparative anatomy of the thy

4o. Philadelphia, Lee & Walker, 1866. roid gland. [Extract.] 11 pp. 49. London, Silvermere annals. By C. E. B. [anon.] 109 Royal soc. 1844.

pp. 189. London, John Morgan, [about 1850). [With his Physiological essay, etc. 1845). Silvestre de Sacy (Antoine Isaac, baron). Simon (Jules François Simon Suisse, dit). Anthologie grammaticale arabe; ou, mor

Le travail. 420 pp. 89. Paris, Lacroix, Verceaux choisis de divers grammairiens et scho

boeckhoven & Cie. 1866. liastes arabes, avec une traduction française Simon (Richard). Critical inquiries into the et des notes; pouvant faire suite à la chres- various editions of the Bible, with animadvertomathie arabe. x, 521, 186 pp. 89. Paris,

sions upon a small treatise of Dr. Isaac VosImprimerie royale, 1829.

sivs, concerning the oracles of the sibylls.

Translated into English (from the Latin), by Béidhawi; Hariri ; Ebn-Héscham; Abou'l Fath Na

N. S. 8p. 1. 207 pp. 4°. London, Tho. Bradsir Motarrézi; Zamakhschari; Ebn-Malec; Siba- dyll, 1684. waih; Ebn-Khaldoun. [Catalogue de sa] bibliothèque. v. 1.

Simond (Louis). Journal of a tour and resiImprimés : philosophie, théologie, sciences

dence in Great Britain, 1810–11. [anon.] 2 v. naturelles. v. 3. Manuscrits, tables générales.

xiii, 382 pp ; 360 pp. 21 pl. 8°. Edinburgh,

Ramsay & Co. 1815. [Redigé par R. Merlin. Avec une notice

Simonds (William). Whistler; or, the manly historique sur la vie et les ouvrages de Sil

boy. By Walter Aimwell. [pseudon.] 308 vestre de Sacy par M. Daunou.] 2 v. in 1. 12, liv, 436 pp; 4 p. l. 63 pp. 89. Paris, Im

pp. 16o. Boston, Gould f. Lincoln, 1856. s.

Simpson (Sir George). An overland journey primerie royale, 1842. Chrestomathie arabe; ou, extraits de

round the world, during the years 1841 and divers écrivains arabes, tant en prose qu'en

1812. 2 v. in 1. 273 pp; 230 pp. 89. Phil

adelphia, Lea & Blanchard, 1817. vers, avec une traduction française et des notes. 2e éd. corrigée. 3 v. 89. [Paris),

Simpson (Henry J.) Three weeks in the gold Imprimerie royale, 1826–27.

mines, or adventures with the gold diggers of California, in August, 1848. 30 pp. 1 map.

80. New York, Joyce of Co. 1848. v. 1, Makrizi; Ebn-Khaldoun ; Abd-Alkader. v. 2. Khalil Dhahéri; Makrizi; Livres des Druzes ;

Simpson (Rev. John, of Baldock, Eng.) InterEbn-Khaldoun; Schanfara; Nabéga Dhoby. nal and presumptive evidence of christianity,

ani; Ascha; Tantarani. v. 3. Moiénabbi; Abou'lala ; Ebn-Faredh; Hariri; considered separately, and as uniting to form

Hamadani; Lettres et pièces diplomatiques;

one argument. xii, v, 635 pp. 89. Bath, Simes (Thomas). New military, historical, and

R. Cruttwell, 1801. explanatory dictionary. 1481. 120. Phila- Simpson (Joseph Cairn). Horse portraiture;

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an appendix containing the performances of A metrical tale. [anon.] 97 pp. 18o. Charles

Dexter. 458 pp. 1 pl. 12o. New York, ton, Burges & James, 1843.

W. A. Townsend f. Adams, 1868. Guy Rivers, the outlaw. 213 pp. 80. Simpson (Stephen, M. D.) Practical view of London, 1841.

homeopathy. xvii, 352 pp. 80. London, J. (Hazlitt's romancist and novelist's lib. v. 2).

B. Baillière, 1836. The kinsmen; or, the black riders of Simpson (Stephen), and Wise (Edward). Congaree: a tale. [anon.] 2 v. 241 pp; 275

The readiest reckoner ever invented for findpp. 12°. Philadelphia, Lea d Blanchard, ing the amount, at any given price, of any 1841.

number from one to ten thousand. 189. LonThe life of Francis Marion. 8th ed. 347 don, Sharpe and Hailes, 1811. pp. 120. New York, G. F. Cooledge, 1846. Simson(Robert). See Euclides, Lond.ed.1834.

Lyrical and other poems. 198 pp. 3 1. Simson. See Symson. 16o. Charleston, Ellis & Neufville, 1827. Sincerus (Theophilus, pseudon.) See SchwinThe partisan: a tale of the revolution.

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Sinclair (Catherine). The lives of the Cæsars ; | Sismonda (Eugenio). Elementi di storia na

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Sir Edward Graham ; or, railway spec- Wahlen, 1826. ulations. 208 pp. 89. N. York, Harpers, 1850. Julia Sévéra; ou, l'an quatre cent quatreSinger (George John). Elemente der electri- vingt-douze. 3 v. 180. Paris, Treuttel et

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Picts, chronicles of the Scots, and other early Singleton (John). A general description of memorials of Scottish history. cxcv, 499 pp.

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J. J. Burgdorfer, 1816. Sinnett (Mrs. Percy). Herdsmen and tillers of Sketch (A) of the life and public services of

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Sketch (A) of the politics, relations, and staHunters and fishers; or, sketches of tistics of the western world, and of those charprimitive races in the lands beyond the sea. acteristics of European policy which most imx, 146 pp. 4 col. pl. 16o. London, Chapman mediately affect its interests. [anon.] 200 pp. & Hall, 1846.

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[With HENDERSON (John). Letters and poems. Lon. Cie. 1866.

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Sketches for the fireside; or, anecdotes for Le journal des débats. 2 p. I. the family, selected from history and biogra354 pp. 2 pl. 16°. Paris, Cournol, 1866. phy. By a clergyman. [anon.] Illustrated.

La presse. La liberté. 2 p. 1. 448 pp. 1 pl. 89. Hartford, Brainard & 5, 370 pp. 1 pl. 16°. Paris, Cournol, 1866. Sampson, 1867.

Le siècle. 2 p. 1. 396 pp. 2 pl. Sketches from Cambridge. By a don. [anon.] 16°. Paris, Cournol, 1866.

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Sketches in Greece and Turkey: with the sons. xxiii, 441 pp. 80. London, Longpresent condition and future prospects of the

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Cechách, Moravě a Jinych zemích rakouského Sketches of the war between the United States mocnárství domácích. xlviii, 733 pp. 12o.

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Sluyter (Peter). Journal of a voyage to New Sketches of the West; or, the home of the

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a new school of metaphysics. 2 p. l. 518 pp. Sketches of Yale college, with numerous anec- 8o. London, J. Richardson, 1839.

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Smedley (Rev. Edward). Poems; with a Skinner (J. E. Hilary). After the storm ; or,

selection from his correspondence, and memoir Jonathan and his neighbours in 1865–6. 2 v.

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Smedley (John). Practical hydropathy. InSkinner (John S.) Introductory remarks on

cluding plans of baths, and remarks on diet, the cow and the dairy.

clothing, and habits of life.

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Smee (Alfred). Elements of electro-biology, Slaughter (Philip). A history of Bristol parish, or the voltaic mechanism of man; of electro[Petersburg, Va.] 51 pp. 1 pl. 8°. Richmond,

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The sources of physical science. An the sea. By Hawser Martingale. [pseudon.] introduction to the study of physiology 206 pp. 16o. Boston, Loring, 1867.

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Smith (Capt. John). The generall historie of of adventures and sufferings in the Miranda

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