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BRADLEE.

BRANDY.

Bradlee (Nathaniel J.) History of the introduction of pure water into the city of Boston, with a description of its Cochituate water works, xxi, 299 pp. 4 maps. 13 pi. 8°. Boston, A. Mudge Sj- son, 1868.

Bradley (Bev. Edward). The adventures of Mr. Yerdant Green, an Oxford freshman. By Cuthbert Bede. [pseudon.~] With illustrations. 94th thousand, vi, 338 pp. portrait. 16°. London, J. Blackwood & Co. 1867.

A tour in tartan land. By Cuthbert

Bede. [pseudon.] xv, 430 pp. 12°. London, Richard Bentley, 1863.

Bradman (Arthur). A narrative of the extraordinary sufferings of Mr. Robert Forbes, his wife, and five children, during a journey through the wilderness from Canada to Kennebeck river, in 1784. 16 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, M. Carey, 1794.

Bradstreet (J. M.) & Son. Gazetteer of the manufactures and manufacturing towns of the United States. 1866. 9 p. 1. 172 pp. 4°. New York, J. M. Bradstreet $ son, 1866.

Brady (Robert, M. D.) A complete history of England, from the first entrance of the Romans to the end of the reign of Henry iii. 6p.l. [997] pp. 34 1. Ipl. fol. London, S. Lowndes, 1685.

■ The same. Continuation, Edward i to

Richard ii. 467 pp. 131. 139 pp. fol. London, S. Lowndes, 1700.

An historical treatise of cities and boroughs. 4 p. 1. 88, 39 pp. fol. London, S.

Lowndes, 1690.

[With his "Continuation of the complete history of England"].

Brady (William, sailing-master TJ. S. N.) The kedge-anchor; or, young sailor's assistant, [etc.] 9th ed. 400 pp. 32 pi. 8°. New YorJc, author, 1857. s.

Brahm (John Gerar William de). History of the province of Georgia; with maps of original surveys. [Edited by George Wymberley Jones]. 55pp. 8 pi. 4°. Wormsloe, (N.C.) privately printed, 1849. s.

[Note.—Impression limited to 49 copies].

Brainard (Daniel, M. D. of Chicago, III,) M6moire sur le traitement des fractures non r6unies, et des difformit6s des os. 72 pp. 2 pi. 8°. Paris, J. B. Bailliere, 1854. s.

Brainerd (David). An abridgement of [his] journal detailing the rise and progress of a remarkable work of grace among the Indians, vi, 110 pp. 2 1. 18°. London, John Oswald, 1748.

Brainerd (Thomas, D. D.) Old Pine street church. Manual of the third presbyterian church, Philadelphia. 64 pp. 1 pi. 8°. Philadelphia, W. F. Geddes, 1859. Braithwaite. See Brathwaite. Braman (Bev. Isaac). An eulogy on the late general George Washington, who died 14th December, 1799. Delivered at Rowley, [Mass.] February 22, 1800. 24 pp. 8°. Haverhill, S. H.Moore, [1800]. Branagan (Thomas). Flowers of literature; an exhibition of the most interesting geographical, historical, miscellaneous, and theological subjects in miniature. 324 pp. 24°. Philadelphia, J. Bahestraw, 1810. Brande (William Thomas), and Cauvin (Joseph). A dictionary of science, literature, and art. iv, 1352 pp. 8°. New YorJc, Harpers, 1848. Brandes (Karl). Der heilige Petrus in Rom und Rom ohne Petrus. 2e aufl. 168 pp. 1 port. 16°. New YorJc, Benziger bros. 1867. -* The same. Rome and the popes.

From the German, by Rev. W. J. Wiseman, 215 pp. 16°. New York, Benziger bros. 1867.

Brandis (Johann). ttber den historischen gewinn aus der entzifferung der assyrischen inschriften. Nebst einer ubersicht liber die grundziige des assyrisch-babylonischen keilschriftsystems. vi, 126 pp. 1 pi. 8°. Berlin, W. Hertz, 1856.

Brandreth (Benjamin, M. D.) The doctrine of purgation. Curiosities from ancient and modern literature. A collection of quotations from Hippocrates and other medical writers, proving that purgation is the corner-stone of all curatives. Compiled by B. Brandreth. 224 pp. 8°. New YorJc, BaJcer 8? Godwin, 1887.

Brandt (Gerard). Het leven en bedryf van den heere Michel de Ruiter. 4e druk. 4 p. 1, 1065 pp. 12 1. 7 pi. fol. Amsterdam, B, van Gerrevinh fy Erve Batelband, 1746.

Brandt (Johann Friedrich). Krebse. 4Q.

St. Petersburg, 1851.

[With Middendorf (A, T. von), Reise, etc. v. 2. theil I].

Brandt (R. J.) Okalluktualiaat, nuktersimarsut, R. J. Brandt-mit, [etc.] ark' iks5rsimorsut titarnekartisimarsudlo P, Kragh-mit, [etc.] 118 pp. 12Q. Kjobenhavnime.F.D, Tengnagelib, 1839. s.

Brandy (The) drops; or, Charlie's pledge. A temperance story. By aunt Julia. [anon.~\ 103 pp. 1 pi. 16°. New YorJc, Carlton <& Porter, 1858. s.

BEASYLS.

BEEWSTEE.

Brasyls schuyt-praetjen, ghehouden tusschen een officier, een domine, en eencoopman, noopende den staet van Brasyl. [anon.'] 12 1. sm. 4°. [Amsterdam] f West-Indische lamer, 1849.

Brathwaite (Richard). Novissima tvha. Libellus, in sex dialogos apprime Christianos, digestos. [anon.'] 2 p. 1. 97 pp. 1 1. 24°. Londini, F. Kyngston, 1632. [ With Bacon (Francis lord). De sapientia vetervm liber. 1609].

Braun (Alexander, _pro/. of botany at Freiburg). Aquaticse [von Mossambique]. fol. Berlin, 1884.

[In PETERS (W. G. H.) Nat. reise nach Mossambique. Botanik].

Betrachtungen iiber die erscheinung der

verjiingung in der natur, inshesondere in der lebens-und bildungsgeschichte der pflanze. xvi, 364 pp. 3 col. pi. 4°. Freiburg im Breisgau, H. M. Poppen, 1849-50. S. Braun (Johann Baptist). Das Mrchliche vermogen von der aitesten zeit bis auf Justinian i. mit besonderer rtxcksicht auf die verwaltung desselben gegeniiber dem staate. 4 p. 1. 80 pp. 8°. Greisser, W. Keller, 1880. s. Braun (Johann Wilhelm Joseph), and Elvenich (Peter Joseph). Acta romana [de Georgii Hermesii libris]. xxxii, 284 pp. 8°, Hannover ce, Helming, etc. 1838. s. —-—"(editors). Meletematatheologica, vi, 106 pp. 8°. Hannoverce, ex libr. aul, helwingiana, etc. 1838, s. Bravo (Bartolome). Compendium latino-hispanum, utriusque linguae, veluti lumen Petri de Salas. Accedent verba sacra ex adversariis J. L. de la Cerda. [anon.] Ed. nov. viii, 743 pp. 8°. [Madrid], ex typographic, regies societatis, 1829. Brazil. Coleccao de documentos officiaes, [etc.] 8°. Bio de Janeiro, 1861. [With Rio Janeiro. Almanak, 1861]. ■ The empire of Brazil at the Paris international exhibition of 1887. [With a glance at the empire]. 139, iii, 197 pp. 1 map. 8°. Bio de Janeiro, E. 8? H. Laemmert, 1867. Breckenridge (Eobert Jefferson). Third defence against the calumnies of Eobert Wickliffe. 90 pp. 8°. Baltimore, B. J. Matchett, 1843. s. Breed (William P. B.B.) The theatre. [An essay]. 35 pp. 18°. Philadelphia, presbyterian board of publication, [1868], Under the oak. 304 pp. 3 pi. 18°. Philadelphia, presb. board of pub. [1866]. Brehm (Christian Ludwig). Die eier der europaeischen voegel. See Badeker (F. W. J.)

Breitenbach (Bernhard von). [Die heyligen
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Breithaupt (Christian). Ars decifratoria, sive scientia occvltas scriptvras solvendi et legendi. Prsemissa est disqvisitio historica de variis modis occvlte scribendi tarn apvd veteres qvam recentiores vsitatis. 160 pp. 61. 16°. Helmstadii, C. F. Weigand, 1737. S.

Bremen. Zur statistik des bremischen staats. xxii, 97 pp. 4°. Bremen, H. Strode, 1862. S.

Tabellarische uebersicht des bremischen

handels im jahre 1849[-62], zusammengestellt durch die behorde far die handelsstatistik. 13 v. 4°. Bremen, J. G. Heyse, H. Strach, 1850-63. s.

Bremen. Museum. Erster nachtrag zum verzeichniss der vogelsammlung des museum's. 21pp. 16°. Bremen, F.C.Dubbers, 1846. S.

Bremer (Fredrika). The home; or, family cares and family joys. Translated from the Swedish, by Mary Howitt. 134 pp. 8°. New Torh, Harpers, 1843. s.

■ Life, letters, and posthumous works.

Edited by Charlotte Bremer. From the Swedish, by F. Milow [and] Emily Nonnen. x, 439 pp. 12°. New York, Hurd & Houghton, 1888,

Brentano (Clemens, editor). Des knaben wunderhorn. See Aruim (L. A. von), and Brentano.

Brents (Major John A.) The patriots and guerillas of East Tennessee and Kentucky. 171 pp. 2 pi. 12°. New York, J. A. Brents, 1863.

Brereton (Bev. C. D.) Observations on the administration of the poor laws in agricultural districts. 3d ed. 124 pp. 8°. London, Hatchard cf son, [about 1825].

A practical inquiry into the number,

means of employment, and wages of agricultural laborers. 2d ed. xxiii, 110 pp. 8°. London, Hatchard tfe son, [about 1826]. [ With Brereton, (C. D.) Observations on the poor laws, &c. 3d ed.]

Bretonneau (Pierre). On diphtherite[1828]. 8°. London, 1859. [new Sydenham society, v. 3].

Breydenbach (Bernhard von). See Breitenbach.

Brewster (Sir David). The kaleidoscope, its history, theory, and construction, with its application to the useful arts. 2d ed. viii, 189 pp. 1 pi. 16°. London, J. Murray, 1858. s. BRICE.

BEISSOT.

Brice (Wallace A.) History of Fort "Wayne, from the earliest known accounts of this point, to the present period. Embracing an extended view of the aboriginal tribes of the northwest, more especially the Miamies. xvi, 324, 33 pp. 7 pi. 8°. Fort Wayne, (Ind.) D. W. Jones & son, 1868.

Bridgeman (Thomas). The American gardener's assistant. In three parts. Revised by S. E. Todd. New ed. 5.29 pp. 8°. New York, W. Wood <b co. 1867.

CONTENTS.

1. Kitchen gardening.

2. Fruit gardening.

3. Flower gardening.

Bridgens (R.) Sketches illustrative of the manners and costumes of France, Switzerland, and Italy, iv pp. 46 1. 50 col. pi. 4°. London, Baldwin, Cradock <b Joy, 1821.

Brief (A) extract, or summary of important arguments, advanced by some late distinguished writers, in support of the supremacy of the British legislature, and their right to tax the Americans. By a Liveryman. [anon. ] 48 pp. 8°. London, J. Willie, 1775.

Brief (A) view of the conduct of Pennsylvania for the year 1755; with an account of the inhumanities committed by the Indians [and] anecdotes relating to Quakers. lanon.~] 88 pp. 8°. London, R. Griffiths, 1756.

Briefe (A) treatise conteyning manie proper tables and easie rules, verye necessary and needefull, for the use and commoditie of all people, collected out of certaine learned mens workes. Newlie set forth and alowed. [anon."] 561. b. I. 18°. London, J. Walley, 1585.

[tf^/ibkunfels(0.) A verytruepronosticatio. 1536]. [Note.—By Win. Rastell?]

Briefe iiber religionswesen und freymaurery.

An allerley leser. \_anon.~\ 120 pp. 18°.

Frankfort a. M; Schafer, 1780.

[ With Meine gedanken iiher die zwey kleine freymaurerische schriften, 1780].

Briefless (Jeremiah, pseudon.) See Maidenthorpe.

Bright (Richard, M. D.) Clinical memoirs on abdominal tumours and intumescences. Reprinted from "Guy's hospital reports." Edited by G. H. Barlow, xviii, 326 pp. 8°. London, 1860. [new Sydenham society, v. 6].

Brinton (Daniel G. M. D.) The myths of the new world; a treatise on the symbolisms and mythology of the red race of America, viii, 309 pp. 8°. New York, Leypoldt 8? Holt, 1868.

Brisbane (William Henry). Slaveholding ex

amined in the light of the holy bible, viii, 222 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, Am. and for. antislavery society, 1847. s.

Briseno (Ramon). Estadistica bibliogr&fica de la literatura chilena. Obra compuesta en virtud de encargo especial del consejo de la universidad de Chile, xiv, 546 pp. 4°. Santiago, imprenta chilena, 1862. s.

Brisseau-Mirbel (Charles Francois), ]2l6mens de physiologie vegetale et debotanique. 2v. 5p.l. 1,088 pp. Atlas, 72pi. 8°. Paris, Magimel, 1815.

Brisson(Mathurin Jacques). Ornithologia, sive synopsis methodica sistens avium divisionem in ordines, sectiones, genera, species, ipsarumque varietates: \_or~\ Ornithologie; oum6thode contenant la division des oiseaux en ordres, sections, genres, especes et leurs vartetes. [Lat and Fr.] 6 v. 4°. Paris, J. B. Bauche, 1760. s.

The same. [In Latin only]. 2 v. 10 p. 1.

500 pp; 527 pp. 8°. Lugduni Batavorum, T. Maak, 1763. s.

Brissot de Warville (Jean Pierre). Examen critique des voyages dans l'Amerique septentrionale, de m. le marquis de Cha[s]tellux: ou, lettre dans laquelle on reTute principalement ses opinions sur les quakers, sur les negres, sur le peuple, et sur rhomme. 2 p. 1. 143 pp. 8°. Londres, 1786.

The same. A critical examination of the

marquis de Cha[s]tellux?s travels in North America, intended as a refutation of his opinions concerning the quakers, the negroes, the people, and mankind. From the French, with additions and corrections. 89 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, J. James, 1788. Oration upon the necessity of establishing at Paris a society to cooperate with those of America and London, toward the abolition of the trade and slavery of the negroes, delivered 19th February, 1788, at'Paris. 25 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, F. Bailey, 1788. [With Clarkson (JRev.T.) Impolicy of the slavetrade. Philadelphia, 1788].

Reise durch die Vereinigten Staaten von

Nord-America, im jahr 1788. Aus dem Franzosischen von T. F. Ehrmann. Ixviii, 628 pp. 1 tab. 8° Dilrkheim an der Haard, F. L. Pfahler,1792.

and Claviere (I^tienne). The commerce

of America with Europe. Shewing the importance of the American revolution to the interests of France, and pointing out the actual position of the United States in regard to trade, manufactures, and population. From BRISSOT.

BROKEN.

Brissot—continued.

the French, with the life of Brissot, by the translator, xxxv, 228 pp. portrait. 18°. New York, T. & J. Sioords, 1795.

Bristed (Charles Astor). The cowards' convention. 16 pp. 8°. New York, 1864. [loyal publication society, no. 68].

The interference theory of government.

109pp. 16°. NewYork,Leypoldt&Holt,l8&7.

Bristol (T. W.) Report on the mineral region of lake Superior. See Houghton (J.) and Bristol.

Britain (Great). See Great Britain.

British almanac and companion. 1828-30, 1843-44, 1849, and 1868. 7 v. 16°. London, C. Knight, 1828-68.

British (The) association for the advancement of science. Report of the 36th meeting, Aug. 1866. 8°. London, J. Murray, 1867.

British hirds. The water birds. 268 pp. 13 col. pi. 16°. London, religious tract society, [1865]? S.

British liberties; or, the free-born subject's inheritance: containing the laws that form the basis of those liberties, with observations thereon, \_anon.~] 6 p. 1. Ixxix, 396 pp. 8°. London, E. <& C. Billy, 1766.

British museum. Catalogue of the additions to the manuscripts, 1848-53. 2 p. 1. 371, 204 pp. 8°. \London\, by order of the trustees, 1868.

Catalogue of the fishes in the British

museum. By Albert Giinther. v. 7. 8°. London, by order of the trustees, 1868.

■— A catalogue of the manuscripts in the

Cottonian library. By J. Planta. xv, 618 pp. 38 1. fol. London, L. Mansard, 1802.

Catalogue of the specimens of heterop

terous hemiptera in the collection of the British museum. By Francis Walker. Part ii. Scutata. pp. 241-417. 8°. London, trustees of the Brit. mus. 1867.

— A guide to the Blacas collection of antiquities. By C. T. Newton. 35 pp. 16°. \_London\, by order of the trustees, 1867.

• List of the specimens of birds in the

collection of the British museum. By G. R. Gray. Part iii. Sect. 3 and 4. Capitonidse and Picidse. 137 pp. 16°. London, by order of the trustees, 1868.

British (The) naturalist; or, sketches. of the more interesting productions of Britain and the surrounding sea, in the scenes which they inhabit, xvi, 380 pp. 12°. London, Whittaker, Treacher 8r co. 1830. s

Brittan (Harriette G.) Scenes and incidents of every-day life in [Liberia], Africa, vi, 353 pp. 12 pi. 12°. New York, Pudney <& Russell, 1860.

Brittan (S. B.) Man and his relations: illustrating the influence of the mind on the body, the relations of the faculties to the organs, and to the elements, objects, and phenomena of the external world. 4th ed. xiv, 578 pp. portrait. 8°. New York, Toivnsend fy Adams, 1868.

and Richmond (B. W.) A discussion

of the facts and philosophy of ancient and

modern spiritualism. ix; 378 pp. 8°. New

York, Partridge & Brittan, 1853. S.

Brix {Dr. P. W.) Heizversuche. 4°. Leipzig,

1860.

[In Hartig (E.) Untersuchungen fiber die heizkraffc der steinkohlen Sachsens. I860].

Broadway (The) annual. A miscellany of original literature in poetry and prose. Sept. 1867, to Aug. 1868. v. i. 8°. London, a. Boutledge & sons, [1868].

Broca (Paul). On the phenomena of hybridity in the genus homo. Edited by C. C. Blake, xiv, 119 pp. 8°. London, anthropological society, 1864.

Brockett (L. P. M. B.) Men of our day; or, biographical sketches of patriots, oratory statesmen, generals, reformers, financiers and merchants, now on the stage of action, xxiv, 653 pp. 6 pi. 8°. Philadelphia, Zeigler, McCurdy $ co. 1868.

Brocklrurst (Rev. Joseph Sumner). The wife; or, love and madness. A tragedy in five acts, xxxi, 213 pp. 8°. Cambridge, \_Eng.~] Beighton, Bell & co. 1856. S.

Brodhead (John Romeyn). Oration on the conquest of New Netherland, before the N. Y. hist. soc. 1864. 87 pp. 1 map. 3 pi. 8°. New York, 1864.

Brodhead (L. W.) The Delaware water gap: its scenery, its legends, and its early history, xii, 220 pp. 9 phot. pi. 16°. Philadelphia, Sherman $ Co. 1867.

Brodie (Sir Benjamin Collins), Psychological inquiries, in a series of essays, intended to illustrate the mutual relations of the physical organization and the mental faculties. [anon.~] viii,264pp. 16°. London, Longmans, 1854. S.

Broglie (Albert, prince de). L;4glise etl'empire romain au ive si&cle. le partie. R&gne de Constantin. 2e 6&. 2 v. xv, 471 pp; 3 p. 1. 448 pp. 8°. Paris, Bidier & ce. 1857.

Broken idols. A story for girls, [anon.2 422 pp. 3 pi. 16°. Boston, Mass. S. S. Soc. 1868.

BROKEN.

BROWN.

Broken (The) pitcher; or, the ways of providence. By the author of "Luke Darrell, the Chicago newsboy." \_anon.~\ 282 pp. 4 pi. 16°. Chicago, Tomlinson bros. 1886.

Bromme (Traugott). Atlas zu Alex. v. Humboldts kosmos. 2 p. 1. 136 pp. 42 maps, obi. 4°. Stuttgart, Krais $ Hoffmann, [1851].

Bromwell (William). Off-hand sketches; companion for the tourist and traveller over the Philadelphia, Pottsville and Reading railroad. 194 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, J. W. Moore, 1854.

Bronn (Heinrich Georg, editor). See Neues jahrbuch fur mineralogie, etc.

Bronte (Charlotte). Jane Eyre. A novel. 483 pp. 1 pi. 12°. New YorJc, Carleton, 1887.

Brooke (Mr. ). The history of a reprobate;

or, the adventures of David Doubtful. 2d Amer. ed. 71 pp. 18°. Philadelphia, M. L. Weems, 1795.

Brooke (Henry), and Gordon (Thomas). Essays against popery, slavery, and arbitrary power. \_anon.~\ xiv, 240 pp. 18°. Manchester, B. Whiteworth, [1746?]

Brookes (Richard, M. D.) The general gazetteer; or, compendious geographical dictionary, [lsted.] 394 1. 8 maps. 8°. London, J. Neiobery, 1762. [Maps imperfect].

Brooklyn (Spooner's) directory, for the year 1823. 57 pp. 16°. Brooklyn, Alden Spooner, 1823.

Brooklyn (The) city and business directory for the year ending May 1st, 1869. By G. T. Lain, iv, 789, 72 pp. 1 map. 8°. Brooklyn, Lain & co. 1868.

Brooklyn (Mercantile library of). A catalogue of the books. 2 p. 1. 138 pp. 8°. Brooklyn, Baker & Godwin, 1858. s.

Brooks (A. M. D.) The thesaurus musicus. See Everett (L. C.) and Brooks.

Brooks (Charles). Some reasons for the immediate establishment of a national system of education for the United States. 22 pp. 8°. New York, 1865. [LOYAL publication society, no. 861.

Brooks (Edward). The normal mental arithmetic. 156 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, H.Coiopertkwait fy co. 1858. s.

Brooks (Sarah Warner). Even-songs and other poems. 103 pp. sq. 16°. Boston, Little, Brown 8? co. 1868.

Broom (W. W.) An Englishman's thoughts on the crimes of the south, and the recom

pence of the north. 24 pp. 8°. New York,

1865.

[loyal publication society, no. 84]. Great and grave questions for American

politicians, with a topic for America's statesmen. ByEboracus. [pseudon.] 122 pp. 8°.

New York, C. S. Westcott $• co. 1865. s.

Brother Mason, the circuit rider; or, ten years

a methodist preacher, [cmcm.] 310 pp. 1 pi.

12°. Cincinnati, H. M. Bidison, 1855. s. Brougham (John). The Bunsby papers. 2d

series. Irish echoes. With designs by Mc

Lenan. 298 pp. 2 pi. 12°. New York, Derby

Sf Jackson, 1856. Broughton (J. C. Hobhouse, baron). See

Hobhouse (John Cam). Brown (Andrew Belts). Notes on the various

departments of the Paris exhibition, 1867.

12°. London, 1868.

[In Engineering facts and figures for 18671. editor. See Engineering facts and

figures.

Brown (Carrie L.) Poems. 112 pp. 16°. Boston, C. M. Brown, 1867.

Brown (Bev. Henry). Arminian inconsistencies and errors, in which it is shown that all the distinctive doctrines of the presbyterian confession of faith are taught by standard writers of the methodist episcopal church. 430 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, W. S. & A. Martien, 1857. s.

Brown (Ignatius). History of Indianapolis, from 1818 to 1868. 100 pp. 8°. Indianapolis, Logan & co. 1868. [With Indianapolis directory, 1868].

Brown {Bev. Isaac V.) Memoirs of the rev. Eobert Finley, D. D. With brief sketches of some of his cotemporaries. 370 pp. portrait. 8°. New Brunswick, Terhune #■ Letson, 1819.

Brown (James, grammarian). An appeal from the absurdities and contradictions which pervade and deform the old theory of English grammar, to the true constructive principles of the English language. 1 p. 1. x, 209 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, J. T. Lange, 1850. s. An English grammar, in three books.

Book i-ii. 2 v. 12°. Philadelphia, J. J. Lange, 1849. s.

[v. 3 wanting].

Brown (Bev. James Baldwin). Idolatries, old and new: their cause and cure. 4 p. 1. 158 pp. 12°. London, Jackson, Walford & Rodder, 1867.

The soul's exodus and pilgrimage. 2d

ed. xx, 415 pp. 12°. London, Smith, Elder & co. 1862.

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