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Woodbridge (Rev. W. C.) He Hoikehonua,
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Oahu, a na misionari, 1836. S.

Woodrow ( G. ) The biographical gallery,
comprising 240 portraits of distinguished char-
acters of all nations, with brief descriptive
notices. 4 p. 1. 51 pp. 49 pi. 12°. London,
Allan, Bell & co. 1834.

Woodruff (Hiram). The trotting horse of
America: how to train and drive him. With
reminiscences of the trotting turf. Edited by
Charles J. Foster. 412 pp. 1 portrait. 12°.
New York, J. B. Ford <& co. 1868.

"Woods (Harriet F.) The blue-book stories.
203 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Boston, American tract so-
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Woods (Leonard, D.D.) An essay on native
depravity. 230 pp. 12°. Boston, W. Peirce,

Woods (Nicholas Augustus). The past cam-
paign: a sketch of the war in the east, from
the departure of lord Raglan to the capture
of Sevastopol. 2 v. xv, 439 pp; xi, 402 pp.
12°. London, Longmans, 1855.

Woodward (George E.) Woodward's record
of horticulture. No. 2. Edited by A. S. Fuller.
128 pp. 12°. New YorJc, F. W. Woodward,

"Woodward (Joseph Janvier, M.D.) Report
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( War department: Surgeon general's office).

Woodworth (Eliza, editor). Selections from
the British poets. 365 pp. 12 pi. 12°. New
York, Carlton & Phillips, 1856. S.

Woolman (John). Serious considerations on
various subjects of importance. With some
of his dying expressions. 137 pp. 18°. Lon-
don, Mary Hinde, 1773.

"Worcester (Noah, D.D.) Last thoughts, on
important subjects, in three parts: i. Man's
liability to sin. ii. Supplemental illustrations,
iii. Man's capacity to obey, iv, 323 pp. 16°,
Cambridge, Brown, Shaituck $ co. 1833.

Worcester (Massachusetts). City document,
no. 22. Inaugural address of hon. James B.
Blake, mayor, [etc.]: with the annual reports
of the several officers for the municipal year
ending Jan. 6, 1868. 326 pp. 8°. Worcester,
city printers, 1868. s.

Free public library. Catalogue of the cir-
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C. Hamilton, [1861]. s.

Words for the people: in three parts. Part i.

Civil government. Part ii. Government of
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LocJcwood $ co. 1865.

Worgan (G. B.) General view of the agricul-
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1 map. 15 pi. 8°. London, 1811. s.

[great Britain: Board of agriculture].

World (The). [New York daily]. Jan. to
June, 1868. fol. New York, 1868.

World (The) almanac for 1869. 132 pp. 12°.
Neiv York, World print, 1868.

Worman (James H.) A complete grammar
of the German language: with exercises,
readings, conversations, paradigms, and an
adequate vocabulary. 576 pp. 12°. New
York, A. S. Barnes $ co. 1868.

An elementary grammar of the German

language: with exercises, readings, conver-
sations, paradigms, and a vocabulary. 222
pp. 12°. New York, A. S. Barnes $ co. 1867.

Wotton (Sir Henry). The state of Christen-
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of many secret passages, and hidden my steries
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Wrangham (Rev. Francis). The pleiad. A
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writers on the evidences of Christianity. [Le-
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Wratislaw (Rev. Albeit Henry). Common
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Wright (Rev. Alfred). Uba anumpa Mak a
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1852. s.

Wright (Rev. George Newnham) and Tim-
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Wright (Henry Goode, M. I).) Headaches,

their causes and their cure. 4th ed. 160 pp.

16°. London, J. Churchill & sons, 1865.
Wright (Mrs. Julia McNair). Almost a nun.

398 pp. 6 pi. 16°. Philadelphia, presbyterian

publication committee, 1868. The corner stall, a New York story. 257

pp. 3 pi. 16°. Boston, H. Hoyt, 1868.

The golden heart. 360 pp. 4 pi. 16°.

Boston, H Hoyt, 1867.
——The golden life. 379 pp. 4 pi. 16°.

Boston, H Hoyt, 1867.



"Wright (J. M.) The golden work. By the author of "The golden heart/' etc. \_anon.~\ 391 pp. 5 pi. 16°. Boston, H. Hoijt, 1868.

Malcom's cottage and Malcom's friend.

320 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Philadelphia, J. S. Claxton, 1867.

The New York needle-woman; or, Elsie's

stars. By the author of "Golden life," etc. [anon.] 254 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Philadelphia, presbyterian publication committee, 1868.

The shoe binders of New York; or, the

fields white to the harvest. 237 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Philadelphia, presbyterian publication committee, [1867].

Wright (Lewis). The Clifton and other remarkable suspension bridges of the world. 2p.l. 128 pp. 11. 11 pi. 12°. London, J. Weale, 1865. S.

Wright (Paul, D. D.) The new and complete life of Jesus Christ. With the lives of his apostles, [etc.] 512 pp. 8°. Winchester, (Va.) J. F. Archbold, 1816.

Wright (Thomas, F. S. A.) and Jones (H. Longueville). The universities. Le Keux's memorials of Cambridge. A series of views of the colleges, halls, and public buildings, engraved by J. Le Keux; with historical and descriptive accounts. 2 v. viii, [304] pp. 40 pi; viii, [268] pp. 36pi. 8°. London, Tilt & Bogue, 1841-42. s.

Wright (W.) The book of Jonah, in Chaldee, Syriac, iEthiopic, and Arabic; with glossaries. 1857. See Bible (Polyglot).

Wright (William B.) Highland rambles: a poem. 183 pp. 12°. Boston, Adams & co. 1868.

Wronski (Hoen6). Le destin de la France, de FAllemagne, et de la Russie, comme prol^gom&nes du messianisme. 584 pp. 8°. Paris, F. Didot frdres, 1842.

Wudrian (Valentin). Creutz schule, in sich haltend: eine schone christliche unterweisung von dem lieben creutz; vor alle ereutz-briider und schwestern, als durch welches mittel sie sieh in allerhand zustoffendem creutz, trubsal, [etc.] trosten mogen. 5p.l. 468 pp. 12°. Ephrata, BruderscJiaft, 1762. s.

Wullerstorf-Urbair (Bernhard von, commodore). Reise der osterreichischen fregatte Novara um die erde in den jahren 1857,1858, 1859. Anthropologischer theil. 2e abth. Korpermessungen, an individuen verschiedener menschenracen vorgenommen durch dr. Karl Scherzer und dr. Eduard Schwarz, bearbeitet von dr. A. Weisbaeh. 2 p. 1. 271 pp,

4°. Wien, K. Jc. hof- und staatsdrucJcerei, 1867. S.

The same. Geologischer theil. v. 1-2.

4°. Wien, K. Jc. hof-und staatsdrucJcerei, 18656Q. S.


v. 1. 1. abth. Geologie von Neu-Seeland. Beitrage zur geologie der provinzen Auckland und Nelson. Von Ferdinand von Hochstetter. 1864.

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V. 2. 1. abth. Geologische beobachtungen. (Von Ferdinand von Hochstetter).

v. 2. 2. abth. Palaontologische mittheilungen. (Uber fossile korallen von der insel Java. Von A. E. Reuss; Fossile foraminiferen von Kar Nikobar. Von C. Schwager). xiv, 1268 pp. 11 pi. 1866.

■ The same. ISTautiseh-physikalischer theil.

Herausgegeben von der hydrographischen anstalt der k. k. marine, xix, 499 pp. 32 maps, etc. Wien, K. Jc. hof- und staatsdrucJcerei, 1862-65. S.

CONTENTS. Geographische ortsbestimmungen, von Robert Muller. Fluthbeobachtungen, zusammengestellt von F.

Schaub. Magnetische beobachtungen. (Von R. Muller und F.

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The same. Statistisch-commercieller

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[$ Reptilien; cmd] v. 2. 4°. Wien, K. k. hofund staatsdrucJcerei, 1867-68. S.

v. 1. § Reptilien, bearbeitet von Franz Steindachner.

v. 2. 1. abtheil. A. 1. Coleoptera. Von dr. Ludwig Redtenbacher. 2. Hymenoptera. Von dr. Henri de Saussure. Nebst einem anhange von dr. J. Sichel. 3. Formicidse. Von dr. Gustav L. Mayr. 4. Ncuroptera. Von Friedrich Brauer. 4 v. in 1. 1868. s.

v. 2. 1. abtheil. B. 1. Diptera. Von dr. J. R. Schiner. 2. Hemiptera. Von dr. Gustav L. Mayr. 2 v. in 1. '1868. s.

v. 2. 3. abtheil. 1. Crustaceen. Von dr. Camil Heller. 2. Anneliden. Von prof. Ed. Grube. 3. Mollusken. Von Georg ritter von Frauenfeld, 3 v. inl. 1868.

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The business of pleasure. [A series of

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Running the gauntlet. A novel. 385

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Landmarks of history. Part iii. Modern

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■ General view of the agriculture of the

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■ General view of the agriculture of the

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Young (Philip, M. D.) History of Mexico:

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Young (William, editor of the Albion, N. Y.) Mathieu Ropars, et cetera. By an ex-editor. 236 pp. 16°. New York, G. P. Putnam $ son, 1868.

Young (Sir William, bart.) The West-India common place book: compiled from parliamentary and official documents; shewing the interest of Great Britain in its sugar colonies, etc. xxi, 256 pp. 2 tab. 2 maps. 4°. London, B. Phillips, 1807. s.

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Young (The) sportsman; or, Mel Carroll's twelve months in the woods. A down-east story. By cousin Hay ward. [pseudon.~\ 319 pp. 16°. Boston, Pratt bros. 1865.

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