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BIBLIOTECA.

Biblioteca de autores espanoles, desde la formacion del lenguaje hasta nuestros dias. v. 53-59. 8°. Madrid, M.Bivadeneyra, 1861-67.

CONTENTS.
Feijooy Montenegro (Benito Jerônimo). CVbras. v. 56.
Monino (José, condede Floridahlanca). Olbras. v. 59.
Pedroso (Eduardo Gonzales). Autos sacramentales.

v. 58.
Poetas castellanos anteriores al siglo xv. v. 57.
Rojas Zorrilla (Francisco de). Comedias. v. 53.
Teresa (Saint). Escritos. v. 54-55.

Bibliotheca (The) sacra. Edited by E. A. Parks and S. H. Taylor. Jan. to Oct. 1868. v. 25. 8°. Andover, W. F. Draper, 1888.

Bibliothèque américaine. Contenant des mémoires sur l'agriculture, le commerce, les manufactures, les moeurs et les usages de l'Amérique; l'analyse des ouvrages scientifiques de ce pays; et des extraits des journaux publiés en Amérique. Par une société de savans et d'hommes de lettres, \_anon.~] Six premières livraisons. 3 v. 12°. Paris, H. Caritat, 1807.

Bibra (Ernst, freiherr von). Chemische untersuchungen tiber die knochen und zàhne des menschen und der wirbelthiere. xii, 435 pp. 5 pi. 8°. Schweinfurt, Kunstverlage, 1844. S.

Bibron (Gabriel). See Duméril (A. M. C.) and Bibrcn.

Bichat (Marie François Xavier). Anatomie générale, appliquée à la physiologie et à la medicine. Nouv. éd. avec des notes et additions par P. A. Béclard. 4 v. 8°. Paris, J. A. Brosson é J. S. Chaude, 1821.

Recherches physiologiques sur la vie et

la mort. 3e éd. xx, 347 pp. 8°. Paris, Brosson, 1805.

Traité d'anatomie descriptive. Nouv. éd.

5 v. 8°. Paris, J. A. Brosson é Chaude, 1823.

CONTENTS.

Y. 1-3. Appareils de la vie animal; (locomotion, voix, sensations, sens internes, conducteurs du sentiment et du mouvement). Appareils de la vie organique, (digestion).

v. 4. The same, (respiration, circulation, absorption), par F. R. Buisson.

v. 5. The same, (secretions). Appareils de la génération, par Ph. Jos. Roux.

See, also, Desault (P. J.)

Bickersteth (Rev. Edward). Questions illustrating the thirty-nine articles of the church of England, [etc.] 182 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, H. Hooker, 1845. s.

Biddle (Horace P.) Poems, xvi, 341pp. 16°. New York, Hurd fy Houghton, 1868.

Biddle (John B. M. D.) Materia medica, for the use of students. 3d ed. 384 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, Lindsay Blahiston, 1868.

Biddle (Richard). A memoir of Sebastian Cabot; with a review of the history of mari

BIGOT.

time discovery. [anon.~] viii, 327 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, Carey ty Lea, 1831.

The same. [With full ms. notes by Peter

Force],

The same. 2d ed. viii, 333 pp. 8°.

London, Shemoood, Gilbert, & Piper, 1832.

Bidloo (Godfried). Anatomia humani corporis, 105 tabulis, per G. de Lairesse ad vivum delineatis, demonstrata. 5 p. 1. 107 1. 107 pi. fol. Amstelodami, à Someren, etc. 1688. s.

Bidon (Pierre). Nouveau manuel universel et raisonné du canotier, ii, 212 pp. 1 pi. 18°. Paris, Boret, [1852]? S.

Bidpai. Calila unci Dimna, eine reihe moraiischer und politischer fabeln, des philosophen Bidpai, aus dem Arabischen iibersetzt von C. A. Holmboe. 4 p. 1. xi, 170 pp. 8°. Christiania, C. L. Eoshauw, 1832. s.

Bidwell (Charles Toll). The isthmus of Panama, vii, 418 pp. 1 pi. 8°. London, Chapman fy Hall, 1865.

Biedermami (Cari). Deutschland im achtzehnten jahrhundert. 2v. xxi, 428 pp; xxiv, 560 pp. 8°. Leipzig, J. J. Weber, 1854-58.

Biermer (Anton, M. D.) Die lehre vom auswurf. Ein beitrag zur medicinischen klinik. viii, 138 pp. 2 pi. 8°. Wurzburg, Stahel, 1855. s.

Bigelow (Harriet Hamline). The curse entailed, v, 545 pp. 1 pi. 12°. Boston, Wentworth & Co. 1857. S.

Bigelow (John). Memoir of the life and public services of John Charles Fremont. 480 pp. 8 pi. 1 portrait. 12°. New York, Derby Jackson, 1856.

Bigelow (John Reynolds). The American's own book; or, the constitutions of the several states in the Union, xi, 536 pp. 1 map. 2 pi. 8°. New York, Gates, Stedman, & Co. 1849.

Biggs (James). The history of don Francisco de Miranda's attempt to effect a revolution in South America. In a series of letters. [With] sketches of the life of Miranda, and geographical notices of Caraccas. \_anon.~] 3d ed. xi, 312 pp. 16°. Boston, E. Oliver, 1811.

Bigler (David). The orphan twins; or the adventures of a brother and sister. A poem. 100 pp. 16°. Neiv York, Stanford & Swords, 1849. s.

Bigot (Jacques, le père). Relation de ce qvi s'est passé de plvs remarqvable dans la mission Abnaquise de Sainct Joseph de Sillery, et dans l'establissement de la nouuelle mission de Sainct François de Sales, 1684. 61 pp. sm. 4°. Manate, J. M. Shea, 1857. S.

BIGOT.

BISSETT.

Bigot (Jacque, le pere). Relation de ce qvi s ?est passe" de plvs remarqvable dans la mission Abnaquise de Sainct Joseph de Sillery et de Sainct Francois de Sales, 1685. 32 pp. sm. 4°. Manate, J. M. Shea, 1858. s.

■ Relation de la mission Abnaquise de

St. Francois des Sales, 1702. 26 pp. 8°.

Nouvelle York, J. M. Shea, 1865.

[ With Relation des affaires du Canada, 1696. 1865].

Bigot (Vincent). Relation de ce qvi s'est passe" de plvs remarqvable dans la mission des Abnaquis a TAcadie, 1701. 34 pp. 12°. Manate, J. M. Shea, 1858. s.

Billardon de Sauvigny (L. Edme.) Les amours de Pierre le Long etde Blanche Bazu. \_anon.~\ 5 p. 1. 124 pp. 16°. Paris, de Ducauroy fy Malvost, 1796.

The same. L'innocence du premier age

en France, ou histoire amoureuse de Pierre Le Long et de Blanche Bazu; siiivie de la rose ou la fete de Salency. [ Avec un discours sur les progres de la langue francoise. anon.~\ 3 p. 1. 276 pp. 2 pi. 8°. Paris, Bualt, 1778.

Billing (Archibald, M. B.) The science of gems, jewels, coins, and medals, ancient and modern, xi, 221 pp. 18 phot. pi. 1 pi. 8°. London, Bell fy Baldy, 1867.

Billing (Gottfrid). Kateketikens begrepp. Ett forsok i praktisk theologi. 3 p. 1. 145 pp. 8°. Lund, JS. Ohlsson, 1867. s.

Billings (Josh, pseudon.) See Shaw (Henry W.)

Billingsley (John). General view of the agriculture of the county of Somerset. 2d ed. xvi, 320 pp. 1 map. 2 pi. 8°. Bath, 1798. [great Britain: Board of agriculture].

Bingham (Caleb). The young American's speaker. 228 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Sr Co. 1857. s.

Biographia Britannica; or, the lives of the most eminent persons who have flourished in Great Britain and Ireland, from the earliest ages to the present times. [Enlarged] by Andrew Kippis and others. 2d ed. v. 1-5. [A-Fas.] fol. London, C.Bathurst, W. Strahan, etc. 1778-1793. [No more published.]

Bion. Idyllia. See Theocritus. Idyllia. 1579.

Biondelli (Bernardino, editor and translator). Evangeliarium, epistolarium, et lectionarium aztecum sive mexicanum, ex antiquo codice mexicano nuper reperto depromptum. xlix pp. 1 1. 574 pp. 11. 1 facsim. 4°. Mediolani, J. Bernardoni, 1858.

Biondo (Flavio). Italiae illustratae undecima regio Histria. (Corografia delP Istria, n. 1.) 8°. Trieste, 1830. [In ROSSETTI (D. di). Archeog-rafo triestino, v. 2].

Biot (Jean Baptiste). Traite" el^mentaire d; astronomie physique. Avec des additions relatives a rastronomie nautique, par M. de Rossel. 2e 6d. 3 v. 8°. Paris, Klostermann, 1810-11. s.

Birch (S. B. M. B.) On the action, use., and value of oxygen in the treatment of various diseases otherwise incurable, or very intractable. 2d ed. ix; 149 pp. 12°. London, J. Churchill fy sons, 1868.

Birkbeck (Morris). Notes on a journey in America, from the coast of Virginia to the territory of Illinois, iv, 144 pp. 12°. London, Bidgway fy son, 1818.

— • Notes on a journey through France, in

1814. With appendix. 1st Amer. ed. 143, 28 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, M. Carey, 1815.

Birkenfeld. Voranschlag der einnahmen und ausgabe des furstenthums Birkenfeld fur 1849,1850. 2v.ini. 13 pp; 13 pp. 4°. Oldenburg, C Stalling & Schulze, 1849-50. S. [ With Oldenburg. Voranschlag-, etc. 1849-51].

Birmingham. The first [and third to fifth] annual reports of the free libraries committee of the borough. 1862-66. 4 v. 8°. Birmingham, [borough, 1862-66.] S. [Wanting- second report].

Opening of the free reference library,

Oct. 26, 1866. Inaugural address by George Dawson. 24 pp. 8°. Birmingham, {borough, 1866]. S.

Biron (Armand Louis Gontaut, due de Lauzun, due de). See Lauzun {due de).

Bishop (A. W.) Loyalty on the frontier, or sketches of union men of the south-west; with incidents and adventures in the rebellion on the border. 228 pp. 12°. St. Louis, B. P. Studley & Co. 1863.

Bishop (John S.) A concise history of the war. To accompany Perrine's new war map of the southern states. 218 pp. 31. 1 map. 18°. Lndianapolis, Lnd. C. O. Perrine, 1864/

Bishop (Nathaniel H.) The pampas and Andes. A thousand miles' walk across South America. With an introduction by Edward A. Samuels. 310 pp. 12°. Boston, Lee <k Shepard, 1869.

Bissett (Robert, LL. D.) The history of George iii, [with] a view of the progressive improvement of England. Library ed. 3 v. 8°. Philadelphia, E. Littell, 1828.

BLACHETTE.

BLANCICAMPIANUS.

Blachette (L. J.), and Zoega (Fr6d6ric). A manual of the art of making and refining sugar from beets, including the cultivation of the plant, and the various improvements in the manufacture. Translated from portions of the treatise as published, with additions byJ[ulia]deFontenelle. 153 pp. 1 pi. 16°. Boston, Marsh, Capen <& Lyon, 1836.

Black (Archibald Pollok). A hundred days in the east; a diary of a journey to Egypt, Palestine, Turkey in Europe, etc. x, 615 pp. 2 maps. 4 pi. 16°. London, Shaw fy Co. 1865.

Blackbird (The), being a choice collection of the most popular American, English, Irish, and Scotch songs. 1 p. 1. 36 pp. 12°. New York, D. Felt & Co. 1834. [ With KING'S choice selection of English songs.J

Blackburn (Bev. William M.) The college

days of Calvin. 156 pp. 12°. Philadelphia,

presbyterian board of pub. 1865. Ulrich Zwingli, the patriotic reformer;

a history. 324 pp. 1 map. 12°. Philadelphia,

presb. board ofpubl. 1868.

- Young Calvin in Paris, and the little

flock that he fed. 166 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, presbyterian board of publication, 1865.

Blackford (Dominique de). Precis de l'6tat actuel des colonies angloises dans l'Ame>ique septentrionale. 99 pp. 16°. Milan, frlres Beycends, 1771.

Blackmore (Sir Richard). Alfred: an epick poem. 4 p. 1. xlviii, 456 pp. 8°. London, J. Knapton, 1723.

Creation. A philosophical poem, demonstrating the existence and providence of a God, [etc.] 4th ed. lp.l. lxix, 237 pp. 18°. London, A. Bettesworth, 1718. s.

Blainville (Henri Marie Ducrotay de). Manuel d'actinologie, ou de zoophytologie, etc. viii, 695 pp. Atlas, 2p.l. 100 pi. 8Q. Paris, F. G. Levrault, 1834. S.

Blair (Hugh). Critical dissertation on the poems of'Ossian. 16°. New Haven, 1806. [In Ossian. Poems, v. 2. New Haven, 1806].

Blair (Robert, D.D.) The grave. A poem. [With] an elegy written in a country churchyard by [Thomas] Gray. 31pp. 16°. Philadelphia, B. Aithen, 1773.

Blake (Charles). An historical account of the Providence stage. 297 pp. 12°. Providence, (B.L) G.H. Whitney, 1868.

Blake (James). A short account of [Roger Clap] and his family. 16°. Boston, D. Clapp, 1844.

[In the Dorchester antiquarian and historical society collections, no. 1].

Blake (Bev. John L.) The juvenile companion and fireside reader, [etc.] 252 pp. 1 pi. 16°. New York, Harpers, 1846. S.

The wonders of art; containing an ac

count of celebrated ancient ruins, fortifications, public edifices, monuments, [etc.] inventions, [etc.] 252pp. 18°. Troy, (NY.) Young &? Hartt, 1845. s.

Blake (Sophia Jex), and Blake (Bev. Thomas William Jex). See Jex-Blake.

Blake (Stephen). The compleat gardener's practice, directing the exact way of gardening. In three parts: The garden of pleasure, the physical garden, the kitchin garden. 6 p. 1. 154 pp. 31. 30 pi. sm. 4°. London, T. Pierrepont, 1664. [Imperfect: 1 p. 1. wanting],

Blakeway (Bev. John Brickdale). An attempt to ascertain the author of the letters published under the signature of Junius. 72 pp. 8°. Shreivsbury, W. Eddowes, 1813.

Sequel of an attempt to ascertain the

author of the letters of Junius, in which that secret is, it is presumed, fully disclosed. By the author of the attempt. 29 pp. 8°. Lon don, Longman, 1815. [With the preceding-].

Blanc (Auguste Alexandre Philippe Charles).

Grammaire des arts du dessin, architecture,

sculpture, peinture, gravure. 720 pp. 8°.

Paris, Benouard, 1867. Blanc (Honor6). M6moire important sur la

fabrication des armes de guerre. 21 pp. 4°.

Paris, assemblee nationale, 1790. S.

[ With Talleyrand-perigord (C. M. de). Rapport sur l'instraction publique, 1791],

Blanc (Jean Joseph Louis). Letters on England. Translated by J. Hutton and L. J. Trotter. 2d series. 2 v. vii, 288 pp; vii, 247 pp. 12°. London, S. Low, son, <& Marston, 1867.

Blanchard (Calvin). The art of real pleasure. 148 pp. 3 pi. 16°. New YorJc, C. Blanchard,

. 1864.

Blanchard (iSmile). Catalogue des co!6opteres. See Edwards (H. Milne), Blanchard (E.), and Lucas (H.)

■ Metamorphoses, moeurs et instincts des

insectes (insectes, myriapodes, arachnides, crustac6s). 2 p. 1. 716 pp. 40 pi. 8°. Paris, C Bailliere, 1868. s,

Blanchard (Sidney Laman). Yesterday and to-day in India. 2 p. 1. 355 pp. 12°. London, W. H. Allen & Co. 1867.

Blancicampianus. See Nausea blancicampBLANCO.

BOCAGE.

Blanco (Lorenzo). Saggio della semiografia dei volumi ercolanesi. vi, 61 pp. 1 tab. 8°. Napoli, Criscuolo, 1842. S.

Blaschke(Eduard, .M..D.) Topographia niedica portus novi-archangelseensis, sedis principalis coloniarum rossiearum in septentrionali America. 2 p. 1. 86 pp. 3 tab, lpl. 2 maps. 8°. Petropoli, typis K. Wienhoberi et fil. 1842.

Blatchford (Jobn). Narrative detailing bis sufferings in tbe revolutionary war, while a prisoner with the British; as related by himself. With an introduction and notes by C. I. Bushnell. [New London, T. Green, 1788]. 127 pp. 2 pi. 8°. New York, privately [re~]printed, 1865.

Bledsoe (Albert Taylor, LL.D.) The philosophy of mathematics, with special reference to the elements of geometry and the infinitesimal method. 248 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Lippincott & Co. 1868.

Bleeck (A. H.) A concise grammar of the Persian language; with a new plan for facilitating the study of languages, and specimens [of extracts in 14 different languages], xvi, 206 pp. 16°. London, B. Quaritch, 1857.

Bleeker (Pieter). Atlas ichthyologique des Indes orientales n^erlandaises, public sous les auspices du gouvernement colonial n4erlandais. 6 v. in 13. With 240 col. pi. fol. Amsterdam, F. Midler, 1862-65. S.

CONTENTS.

v. 1. Searoides et labroides. xxi, 168 pp. 48 pi. 1862. v. 2. Siluroides, chacoidesetheterobranchoid.es. 2p.l.

112 pp. 53 pi. 1862[-63]. v. 3. Cyprins. 2p.l. 150 pp. 43 pi. 1863. v. 4. Murines, synbranches, leptocephales. 2 p. 1.

132 pp. 49 pi. 1864. v. 5. Les baudroies (antennariij, les ostracions, les

gymnodontes, les balistes. pp. 1-96. 38 pi. 1865. v. 6. Pleuronectoides. pi. 1-9. 1865. [No more published].

Bligh (William). A narrative of the mutiny on board his majesty's ship Bounty, and the subsequent voyage in the ship's boats from Tofoa to Timor, vii, 144 pp. 8°. Dublin, L. White, 1790.

Bloch (M6ricz). Neues vollstandiges taschenworterbuch der ungarischen und deutschen sprache, mit aufnahme aller neu gebildeten ungarischen worter. v. 1. Deutsch-ungarischer. v. 2. Ungarisch-deutscher. 2 v. vii, 362 pp; 312 pp. 12°. Pesth, C. Geizel, 1843-44.

Block (Maurice, editor). See Annuaire de Padministration francaise, etc. 1867.

Blodget (Samuel). A prospective plan of the battle near lake George, on the eighth day of September, 1755; with an explanation

thereof, etc. 5 pp. 4°. Boston, B. Draper,

1755.

[Note.—The "prospective plan " is wanting].

Bloede (Victor G.) The reducer's manual, and gold and silver worker's guide, being a complete hand-book on the saving and reduction of photographic wastes, and gold and silver residues. 167 pp. 16°. New York, J. H. Ladd, 1867.

Blome (Richard). Description de l'isle de la Jamaique, et de toutes celles que poss6dent les Anglois dans l'Amerique. [Traduit de PAnglois]. 81 pp. 1 map. 4°. Paris, veuve A. Cellier, 1684.

[recueil de divers voyages en Afrique et en Am6rique. ed. 1684.]

Blondin (Jean 2-Toel). Grammaire francaise d6monstrative. 8e 6&. ii, 134 pp. 8°. Paris, J. Brianchon, 1822. S.

Blbodgood (S. DeWitt). The sexagenary; or, reminiscences of the American revolution. [anon.~\ 203 pp. 16°. Albany, Little & Steele, 1833.

Bloss (C. A.) Ancient history, for the use of families and schools. Eevised by J. J. Anderson. 445 pp. 4 maps. 1 pi. 1 tab. 12°. New YorJc, Clark $ Maynard, 1867.

Blount (Thomas). Boscobel; or, the history of king Charles ii.'s most miraculous preservation after the battle of Worcester. 12°. London, H. G. Bohn, 1859.

[With Hamilton (A. count). Memoirs of the court of Charles ii. pp. 479-536. 1859].

Blount (Sir Thomas Pope). A natural history: containing many not common observations: extracted out of the best modern writers; 8 p. 1. 469 pp. 16°. London, B. Bentley, 1693.

Blue (The) umbrella. By Fleeta. [pseudon.~\ 226 pp. 3 pi. 18°. Philadelphia, Presby. board of pub. [1866].

Blum (Georg, editor). See Weltmeer.

Blumenbach (Johann Friedrich). Anthropological treatises. With memoirs by Marx and Flourens, and an account of his anthropological museum by R. Wagner. Translated from the originals by T. Bendyshe. xiv, 406 pp. 4 pi. 8°. London, anthropological society, 1865.

CONTENTS.

On the natural variety of mankind, ed. 1775 and 1795.
Contributions to natural history, parts i. and ii.
Remarks on an hippocratic macrocephalus.

Blunt (Bev. John James). Vestiges of ancient
manners and customs, discoverable in modern
Italy and Sicily, xvi, 293 pp. 8°. London,
J. Murray, 1823.

Bocage (J. V. Barbosa du). See Barbosa du Bocage.

BOCALINI.

BOHN.

Bocalini. See Boccalini.

Boccaccio (Giovanni). II decamerone di nvovo emendata secondo gli antichi essemplari con la diuersita di molti testi in margine i espositione de lvoclii difficili [con la vita delPautore scritta da Francesco Sansovino]. 6 p. 1. 501 pp. 341. sm. 4°. Vinegia, G. Giolito de Ferrari, 1546.

The same. The decameron; containing

an hundred very pleasant novels. Translated into English, [from the Italian]. 2v.ini. 6 p.l. 2191; 6 pi. 1831. 18°. London, K Cotes, 1655.

[v. 2 imperfect: title page, 1. 59-60, and last leaf wanting].

— The same. Contes et nouvelles, [le Decameron]. Traduction libre, enrichie de figures en taille-douce gravees par M. Komain de Hooge. 2 v. 11 p.l. 366 pp; 427 pp. 61. 1 pi. 18°. Amsterdam, G. Gallet, 1699-1702.

— II Philocolo. cxxvii, 61. unp. fol. Ve~

netia, P. Pasauale da Bologna, 1488. [Imperfect; "wanting' 11. Last 1. ms.]

Boccalini (Trajano). Discursos politicos, y avisos del Parnaso, traduxolos de la lengua toscana en la espaiiola F. Perez de Sousa, [etc.] 17 p. 1. 2201. 4°. Madrid, Pedro Coello, 1634. s.

The same. Nueva impression, [etc.]

2v. 12 p.l. 436 pp; 12p. 1. 287pp. 4°. Madrid, J. G. Lanza, 1754. S.

■■■■ See Secretaria di Apollo.

Bock (Wilhelm). Traite de la sp&dalskhed. (IClephantiasis). SeeDanielssen (D. C.) and Bock.

Bockeler (O.) Cypearacese [von Mossam

'bique]. fol. Berlin, 1864.

[ With Peters (W. C. H.) Nat. reise nach Mossam"bique. Botanik].

Bockh (August). Manethound die hundsstern periode, ein beitrag zur geschichte der Pharaonen. lp.l. 396 pp. 8°. Berlin, Veit&Co. 1845. s.

Boddaert (Pieter, M, D.) Natuur-beschouwer of verzameling van de nieuwste verhandelingen over de drie ryken der natuur, [etc.] lte stuk. xvi, 160 pp. 8°. Gravenhaage, J. DuMee, 1779. S.

——r— See, also, Limie (C. v.) Zamenstel der natuur.

Boddington (Mrs. •)• Slight reminiscences

of the Khine, Switzerland; and a corner of Italy, [anon."] 2v. 216pp; 212pp. 16°. Philadelphia, Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1835.

Bodichon (Eugene). De l'humanit6. \_anon.~] 148 pp. 8°. Alger, Dubos frh-es. [about 1854]. [Title page wanting].

Boeckeler. See Bockeler.
Boeckh. See Bockh.
Boehtlingk. See Bohtlingk.

Boemus Aubanus (Ioannes). See Bohme
(Johann).

Boerhaave (Hermann) and Ruysch (Frederik). Opusculum anatomicum de fabrica glandularum in corpore humano. 4°. AmsteIcedami, 1733. [ruysch (F.) Opera, v. 3. No. 42].

Boesnier ( ). Le mexique conquis.

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Boethms (Anicius Manlius Severinus). De consolatione philosophise libri v. Ad optimorum librorum mss, nondum collatorum fidem recensuit et prolegomenis instruxit Theodorus Obbarius. lxiv, 160 pp. 8°. Ience, C. Kochhausen, 1843. S.

Bogaert (P.) Toegepaste spreekwoorden. 112 pp. 12°. Gent, J. S. Van Doosselaere, 1852.

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Bogatzky (Carl Heinrich von). Guldenes schatz-kastlein der kinder Gottes, deren schatz im himmel ist; bestehend in auserlesenen spriichen der heiligen schrift, sammt beygefiigten erbaulichen anmerkungen und reimen. 4 p.l. 365 pp. 121. obi. 48°. Philadelphia, G. W. Mentz, 1811.

Bohl or Bohlius (Johann Christoph). Dissertatio epistolica de usu nouarum cavae propaginum in systemate chylopoeo, ut et de corticis cerebri textura. 4P. Amstelcedami, 1727. [ruysch (F.) Opera, v. 3. No. 36].

— Tractatio anatomica. de musculo in fundi

uteri observato, antehac a nemine detecto, etc. 4°. Amstelcedami, 1726. [ruysch (F.) Opera, v. 3. No. 35].

Bohme (Johann). The manners, lawes, and cvstomes of all nations. Collected out of the best writers. Translated into English. By Ed. Aston. 8 p. 1. 589pp. 21. sm. 4°. London, G.Eld, 1611.

Bohn (Casimir). Handbook of Washington. With supplement by C. Lanman. 134 pp. 1 map. 11 pi. 18°. Washington, C. Bohn, 1861.

Bohn (Henry George). Catalogue of the first portion of stock, including books of prints, voyages and travels/ history and biography, etc. and standard authors in all classes of literature. [To] be sold, 1868. 422 pp. 8°. London, Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, [1867]. General catalogue. Part 2d, section 3d,

containing Greek and Latin miscellanies, including theology, fathers of the church, phil

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