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Brown (James Harris). Scenes in Scotland; with sketches and illustrations, historical, biographical, and literary, xii, 240 pp. 17 pi. 16°. Glasgow, R. Griffin <& co. 1833.

Brown (John, philomath). Horologiographia: or, the art of dyalling, being the second book of the use of the trianguler quadrant. 305 pp. 3 1. 15 pi. 18°. London, J. Wingfield, 1671.

Brown (Rev. John). Divine help implored under the loss of godly and faithful men. A funeral sermon Oct. 31, 1725, after the death of the rev. Thomas Symmes. 70 pp. 12°. Boston, printed by T. Fleet for S. Gerrish, 1726.

Brown (Rev. John, of Haddington). Select remains. [With ] address to students in divinity. 187 pp. 16°. Pittsburgh, Cramer, Spear & Mchbaum, 1810.

Brown (John P.) The dervishes; or, oriental spiritualism. With illustrations, viii, 415 pp. 12°. London, Trilbner & co. 1868.

Brown (J. P. H. dentist). The teeth: their health, disease, and treatment. 120 pp. 16°. Augusta, (Ga.) Chron. & Sent. off. 1887.

Brown (Robert, farmer). General view of the agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire. 8, xiv, 293, 121 pp. 1 map. 8°. Edinburgh, 1799. S.

[great Britain. Board of agriculture].

Brown (Robert, the botanist of the British museum). Miscellaneous botanical works. Edited by J. G. Bennett, v. 2. 8°. London, R. Hardivicke, 1867. [ray society publications. 1867].


iii. Systematic memoirs.

iv. Contributions to systematic works.

Brown (Bev. Robert C. Lundin). British Columbia. An essay. 2 p. 1. 64, xxxiiipp. 12°. New Westminster, royal engineer press, 1863.


Brown (Captain Thomas). The zoologist's text-book, embracing the characters of the classes, orders, and genera, of almost the whole animal kingdom. 2 v. 578 pp; 16 pp. 107 pi. 12°. Glasgow, etc. A. Fullerton fy co. etc. 1832. s.

Brown-Sequard (Charles Edouard). Lectures on the diagnosis and treatment of functional nervous affections. 89 pp. 8°. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co. 1868.

Brown University, (Providence, R. L.) Catalogus senatus academici et eorum qui munera et officia gesserunt, quique alicujus gradus laurea donati sunt, in universitate brunensi, Provi

dentise. 81 pp. 8°. Providential, Knozvles, Anthony & co. 1860. s.

Browne (Albert G. jr.) Sketch of the official life of John A. Andrew, as governor of Massachusetts, [with his] valedictory address upon retiring from office, Jan. 5,1866. xii, 211 pp. portrait. 16°. New York, Kurd & Houghton, 1868.

Browne (Alexander). [Ars pictoria; or, an academy treating of drawing, painting, limning, etching. With] an appendix to the art of painting in miniture or limning. 2 p. 1. 110 pp. 1 1. 2 p. 1. 20 pp. sm. fol. London, A. Tooher, 1675.

[Imperfect: title page, etc. wanting].

Browne (James Alexander). England's artillerymen. An historical narrative of the services of the royal artillery, from the formation of the regiment to 1862. xiii, 330 pp. 6 pi. 16°. London, Hall, Smart & Allen, 1865.

Browne (John Ross). Etchings of a whaling cruise, with notes of a sojourn on the island of Zanzibar. To which is appended a brief history of the whale fishery, [etc.] xv, 580 pp. 12 pi. 8°. New York, Harpers, 1846. s.

Browne (William). Works. With a memoir, and notes, by W. C. Hazlitt. v. 1. xxxix, 201 pp. sm, 4°. London, Boxburghe library, 1868.

Browning (Elizabeth Barrett). Poems of childhood. With illustrations by Hennessy and Thwaites. 162 pp. portrait. 8°. New York, J. Miller, 1867.

Browning (W. S.) Leisure hours. [Tales and essays], vii, 312 pp. 8°. London, Whittaker <f co. [printed at~] Paris, A. fy W. Galignani, 1841. s.

Brownlow (Emma Sophia Cust, countess). See Oust.

Brownson (Orestes A.) The American republic: its constitution, tendencies, and destiny, xvi, 439 pp. 8°. New York, P. O'Shea, 1866.

Bruce (D. & G.) A specimen of printing types. 621. 8°. New York, 1820.

The same. 33 1. 8°. New York, 1818.

[ With the preceding]. Briicker (Jacob). History of philosophy.

See Enfield (William). Bruckner (G.) Amerikas geographie und

naturgeschichte. 2p.l. 200 pp. 11. 2 pi. 8°.

St. Louis, C. Witter, 1858. s.

Brueys (David Augustin de), and Palaprat

(Jean de). (Euvres choisies. Ed. stereotype.

2 v. in 1. xv, 253 pp; 252 pp. 16°. Paris,

Didot, 1812.



Briill (A.) Comparison of the resisting properties of iron and steel. From the French by A. A. Fesquet. 12°. Philadelphia, H. C. JBaird, 1868.

[In UllBiN (Ed.) Guide for puddling iron and steel. ed.1868. pp. 48-83],

Brullé (Auguste). Crustacés: insectes. 4°. Paris, 1836-44.

[In Webiî (P. B.) and Berthelot. Histoire naturelle des îles Canaries, v. 2].

Brulliot (François). Dictionaire de [des] monogrammes, chiffres, lettres initiales et marques figurées sous lesquels les plus célèbres peintres, dessinateurs; et graveurs ont designé leurs noms. 663 pp. 11. 4°, Munich, J. G. Zeller, 1817.

The same. Table générale des monogrammes, etc. Pour servir de suite au dictionnaire des monogrammes, xvi, 533 pp. 4°. Munich, J. G. Zeller, 1820.

Brun (Charles le). See Le Brun.

Brunet (Pierre Gustave). Imprimeurs imaginaires et libraires supposés; étude bibliographique, suivie de recherches sur quelques ouvrages imprimés avec des indications fictives de lieux on avec des dates singulières. 290 pp. 8°. Paris, Tross, 1866.

Brunfels or Brunsfeld (Otto). A very true pronosticatiô, with a kalender, gathered out of the moost auncyent bokes of ryght holy astronomers, for the yere of our lorde 1536. And for all yeres here after perpetuall. Translated out of latyn in to Englysshe by John Ry ekes preest. 31 ]. b. I. 24°. London, J. Byddell, [1536].

Bruni (Leonardo, surnamed Aretino). Epistolarum libri viii, ad fidem codd. mss. suppleti, et castigati et plusquam xxxvi epistolis, quae in editione quoque fabriciana deerant, locupletati recensente Laurentio Mehus qui Leonardi vitam scripsit, Manetti, et Poggii orationes praemisit, librumque nonum ac decimum in ]ucem protulit. v. 1. cxxviii, 142 pp. 8°. Florentiae, B. Paperinii, 1741. s.

[v. 2 wanting1].

Opusculum de nobilitate. 24 1. sm. 4°.

[Bomœ? about 1470].

Brunius (C. G.) Konstanteckningar under en resa ar 1849, fran Lund om Linkoping och Strengnâs till Fahlun och Ater om Upsala, Stockholm och Vexiô. 8 p. 1. 782 pp. 8°. Lund, C. W. K. Gleerup, 1851. s.

Brunsfelsius (Otto). See Brunfels.

Brunswick (Township of, Maine). An answer to the remarks of the Plymouth company, or proprietors of the Kennebeck purchase, pub

lished by their vote of 31st of January last, on the plan and extracts of deeds published by the proprietors of the township of Brunswick, etc. 33 pp. 4°. Boston, 1753.

Brunton (Mary Balfour). Discipline: a novel. 2v. 212 pp"; 218 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, Key & Piddle, 1834.

Brush (George Jarvis). System of mineralogy. See Dana (James D.), and Brush.

Bruslé de Montpleinchant (Abbé Jean Christopher). Le festin nuptial dressé dans l'Arabie heureuse au mariage d'Ésope, de Phèdre, et de Pilpai avec trois fées. Par M. dePalaidor. [pseudon.'] 9 p. 1.384 pp. 18°. Pirou en basse Normandi \_Bruxelles\ chez Florent A-Fable [ J. B. Liener\ 1700.

Bruzen de la Martinière (Antoine Augustin). Nouveau recueil des épigrammatistes françois, anciens et modernes. Par B. L. M. \_anon.~] 2 v. xxx, 407 pp. 2 pi; 3 p. 1. 354 pp. 31.1 pi. 16°. Amsterdam, frères Wetstein, 1720.

Bry (Theodore de, engraver). Emblematum liber. 1593. See Boissard (Jean Jacques).

Emblemata. 1596. See Lebey de Ba

tilly (Denis).

Bryan (Daniel). The appeal for suffering genius, a poetical address; and the triumph of truth, a poem, xiii, 80 pp. 8°. Washington, Way & Gideon, 1826.

Bryan (George J.) Life of George P. Barker, with sketches of his speeches, and the funeral sermon of J. C. Lord, D. D. 215 pp. portrait. 16°. Buffalo, O. G. Steele, 1849.

Bryant (Jacob). A mythological, etymological, and historical dictionary; extracted from the analysis of ancient mythology. By W. Holwell. xix, 449 pp. 141. 8°. London, C. Billy, 1793.

Bryant (William Cullen). Poems. With illustrations by E. Leutze. 2d ed. 378 pp. 20 pi. 8°. Philadelphia, Carey ft Kart, 1847.

Brydenbach. See Breitenbach.

Buch (Christian Leopold von). Petrifications recueillies en Amérique par mr. Alexandre de Humboldt et par mr. Charles Degenhardt. 2 p. 1. 32 pp. 2 pi. fol. Berlin, imprimerie de V académie des sciences, 1839.

Buchan (Alexander). Handy book of meteorology. 2d ed. xii, 371 pp. 8 col. maps. 8°. Edinburgh, W. Blackivood & sons, 1868.

Buchanan (George). [Paraphrasispsalmorum
Davidis poetica. Cum collectanea Nathanis
Chytraei]. 5 p. 1. 551 pp. 24°. \Herbornae,
typis G. Coruinii, 1637].
[Title page wanting].



Buchanan (James, grammarian). A regular English syntax. Wherein is exhibited the whole variety of English construction, proper ly exemplified. 5th Amer. ed. xxviii, 198 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, C. Cist, 1792.

Buchanan (Pev. John Laurie). A general view of the fishery of Great Britain, drawn up for the consideration of the undertakers of the North British fishing, viii, 253 pp. 8°. London, 0. Hay, 1794.

Biichner (Alexander). Geschichte der englischen poesie. Von der 14en his zur 19en jahrhunderts. 2 v. viii, 368 pp; 400 pp. 8°. Darmstadt, J. P. Diehl, 1855.

Biichner (Andreas Elias, editor). See Miscellanea physica-medico-mathematica, [etc.] 1727-30.

Biichner (Louis). Natur und geist. Gesprache zweier freunde iiber die real-philosophischen fragen der gegenwart. v. 1. Makrokosmos. xiv, 300 pp. 12°. Frankfurt a M; Meidinger. 1857.

Buchner (Otto). Die feuermeteore, insbesondere die meteoriten historisch.und naturwissenschaftlich betrachtet. iv, 192 pp. 8°. Giessen, J Picker, 1859. S.

■ Die meteoriten in sammlungen, ihre

geschichte, mineralogische und chemische beschaffenheit. xxvi, 202 pp. 8°. Leipzig, W. Engelmann, 1863. s.

Buchon (J. A.) See Collection de chroniques nationales francaises.

Buck (Daniel Dana). The christian virtues, personified and exhibited as a divine family. An illustrated allegory. 1 p. 1. 290 pp. 2 pi. 12°. New York and Auburn, Miller, Orton, $• Mulligan, 1856. s.

Buckeridge (B.) An essay towards an English school of painters. 8°. London, 1754. [In Piles (Roger de). Art of painting. 3d ed. 1754].

Buckingham (Henry A.) Harry Burnham, the young continental; or, memoirs of an American officer during the revolution. 256 pp. 8°. Neio York, Burgess <& Garrett, 1852.

Buckingham (Rev. Thomas). The private journals of the expedition against Canada, in the years 1710-11. 59 pp. 12°. New York, Wilder & Campbell, 1825.

[ With Knights {Madame, Sarah. Kemble). Journal in 1704. Neio York, 1825.]

Buckle (Henry Thomas). History of civilization in England. From2dLond. ed. [With] alphabetical index, v. 2. xxx, 476 pp. 8°. New York, Appletons, 1861. S.

Buckly (J. Gillis). An epitome of phrenology

and temperamental physiology. 144 pp. 12°.

Cincinnati, author, 1857. S.

Bucknill (John Charles, M.D.) Unsoundness

of mind in relation to criminal acts. 2d ed.

Ivi, 148 pp. 16°. London, Longmans, 1857. Bucquet (Jean Baptiste Marie). Introduction

a, l'etude des corps naturels, tires du regne

mineral. 2 v. xl, 453 pp; 404 pp. 16°. Paris,

J. T. Rerissant, 1771. s.

Budgen (Miss L. M.) Episodes of insect life.

By Acheta domestica. [pseudon.] 3 v. 8°.

New York, J. S. Pedfield, 1851. S.

March winds and April showers; being

notes and notions on a few created things.

By "Acheta". [pseudon.] xiii, 254 pp. 12°.

London, L. Peeve, 1854. S.

Budget (The). A collection of letters in favour

of public liberty, 1764-70. 3 v. xvi, 268 pp;

288pp; 264pp. 16°. London, J. Walker,

1789. Buds, blossoms, and leaves; poems. ByEulalie,

[pseudon.~] vii, 194 pp. 12°. Cincinnati,

Moore, Wilstach fy Keys, 1854. s.

Buechner. See Buchner.
Buenos-Aires. Kegistro estadistico del es-

tado de Buenos-Aires. 1857. v. i. vi, 176 pp.

4°. Buenos-Aires, imprenta de la Tribuna,

1858. s.

Buffalo. The commercial advertiser directory

for the city of Buffalo, 1854. 482 pp. 12°.

Buffalo, Jewett, Thomas <& co. 1854. s.

Buff on (George Louis Leclerc, comte de).

Oeuvres completes, avec un complement, par

M. Lesson. 10 v. 12°. Paris, Didier, 1847. S

[v. 7 wanting].


v. 1. Histoire naturelle de la theorie de la terre.

v. 2-3. Histoire des min6raux, v. 1-2.

v. 4. Histoire naturelle de riiomme et des animaux.

v. 5-7. Histoire naturelle des quadrupedes, v. 1-3.

Y. 8-10. Histoire naturelle des oiseaux, v. 1-3.

and Bexon (Gabriel Leopold Charles

Ame). Histoire naturelle des oiseaux. Avec 1008 pi. color, dont 35 repr^sentent des insectes et des madrepores, dessinees et gravees par Martinet. Planches. 10 v. 4°. Paris, imprimerie royale, 1770-86. s.

[Wanting", text and titles!.

Buffon (George Louis Leclerc, comte de), and Daubenton (Louis Jean Marie). Histoire naturelle, g^nerale et particuliere. v. 1-15, 23-31. 24 v. 4°. Paris, imprimerie royale, 1749-83. s.

CONTENTS. v. 1. Theorie de la terre. v. 2. Histoire generale des animaux. v. 2-15. Histoire naturelle de l'liomme et des quadruples, v. 23-31. Histoire naturelle des oiseaux.


The same. Supplement, v. 1-5. 4°.

Paris, imprimerie royale, 1774—78. s.

[Wanting*, v. 6-7]. Builder (The); an illustrated weekly magazine; for the architect^ engineer, archaeologist,

constructor, and art lover, conducted by Geo.

Godwin. 1867. v. 25. fol. London, office of

the [builder], 1867. Builders' (The) guide. 2d ed. 98 pp. 24°.

Washington, Robert A. Waters, 1851. Buisson (Mathieu Francois Regis). Traite

d'anatomie descriptive. See Bichat (M. F.

X.) Bulfinch (Maria H.) Frank Stirling's choice.

194 pp. 2 pi. 16°. Boston, E. P. Button

& co. 1867. ■ Ruth and aunt Alice. A story for children, preparatory to confirmation. 219 pp^

1 pi. 18Q. New York, gen. prot. epis. s. sQ

union, 1868, Bulfinch (Thomas). Oregon and Eldorado;

or, a romance of the rivers [Columbia and

Amazon], xiv, 464 pp. 12°. Boston, J. E.

Tiltonfco. 1866. Bullard (Rev. Asa). The children's album of

pictures and stories. 208 pp. 1 pi. 8°.

Springfield, (Mass.) W. J. Holland & co. 1867. — The same, abridged. 160 pp. 1 portrait,

8°. Springfield and Boston, W. J. Holland 8?

co. 1867. Bulletin des neuesten und wissenswiirdigsten

aus der naturwissenschaft, sowie den kiin

sten, manufakturen, technischen gewerben,

der landwirthschaft und der burgerliehen

haushaltung. Herausgegeben von S. F.

Hermbstadt. 15 v. 8°. Berlin, C. F. Ame

ta«7,1809-13. • s. — See, also, Museum des neuesten und

wissenswiirdigsten, 1814-18. Bulletin du bibliophile. Revue mensuelle,

publi6e par J. Techener. 12e serie. [ Annees

1855-56.] 2v. 8°. Paris, Techener, 1855-56. Bullinger (Rev. Henry). Decades. [Fifty

sermons.] Edited by Rev. Thomas Harding.

5 v. in 4. 8°. Cambridge, (Eng.) university

press, 1849.

[Parker society publications].

v. 3 -2, Of the four general councils; the word of God; true faith; justification by faith; the apostles' creed; the ten commandments.

v. 3. Ten commandments, continued; of the law; of christian liberty, works, etc.; of sin.

v. 4. Of the gospel; of God; of Christ; of the soul.

v. 5. Of the holy catholic church; of the ministry; of prayer; of sacraments; of the institutions of the church.

Bullions (Peter, D. D.) A Latin reader: adapted to Bullions and Morris' Latin gram


mar. With vocabulary and exercises in Latin prose composition. Revised ed. v, 380, 8 pp. 12°. New York, Sheldon & co. 1869.

The principles of English grammar.

19^ ed. xii,216pp. 12°. New York, Pratt, Woodford & co. 1846. s.

— The principles of Latin grammar. 14th

ed. xii, 312 pp. 12°. New York, Pratt, Woodford $ co. 1846. s.

- See, also, Cicero, and Jacobs (C.F.W.)

Bullock (William). Six months residence and travels in Mexico. 2d ed. 2 v. xvi, 255 pp. 7 pi; vii, 264 pp. 1 map. 3 pi. 1 tab. 16°. London, J. Murray, 1825. [Imperfect: plate 1, v. 2, wanting-J.

Bulwer Lytton {Sir Edward George Earle Lytton, baron Lytton). "My novel;" or, varieties in English life, by Pisistratus Caxton. [pseudon. ] Libr. ed. 4 v. 12°. Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1860.

What will he do with it? By Pisistratus

Caxton. \_pseudon.~\ A novel. 311 pp. 8°. New Yorh, Harpers, 1859.

Bulwer (Sir Henry Lytton Earle). Historical characters: Talleyrand, Cobbett, Mackintosh, Canning. 4th ed. 2 v. vi, 481 pp; 434 pp. 8°. London, R. Bentley, 1868.

Bunn (Alfred). Old England and New England, in a series of views taken on the spot. 315 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, A. Hart, 1853.

Bunsen (Christian Carl Josias, baron von). Pie basiliken des christlicher Roms nach ihrem zusammenhange mit idee und geschichte der kirchenbaukunst. 94 pp. 1 pi. 4°. Munchen, Cotta, [1847]. s.

God in history; or, the progress of man's

faith in the moral order of the world. From the German by Susanna Wink worth. 2 v. 8°, London, Longmans, 1868.

Bunsen (Ernest de). The hidden wisdom of Christ and the key of knowledge; or, history of the apocrypha. 2 v. x, 479 pp; vi, 515 pp. 8°. London, Longmans, 1865.

Bunsen (Frances, baroness). A memoir of baron [Christian Carl Josias von] Bunsen. 2 v. 3 p. 1. 637 pp. 4 pi; 3 p. 1. 616 pp. 6 pi. 8°. London, Longmans, 1888.

Burchett (Josiah). A complete history of the most remarkable transactions at sea, from the earliest accounts of time to the last war with France. 28 p. 1. 799 pp. 17 1. 8 maps. 1 pi. fol. London, J. Walthoe, 1720.

Burckhardt (Dr. Fritz). Die erfindung des thermometers und seine gestaltung im xvii. jahrhundert. 1 p. 1. 48 pp. 1 pi. 4°. Basel, H Georg,1867. s.



Burckhardt (Jacob). Die zeit Constantin's de8 grossen. ix, 512 pp. 8°. Basel, Schiveighauser, 1853.

Burdett (Charles). The gambler; or, the policeman's story. 179 pp. 16°. New York, Baker <^ Scribner, 1848. S.

Bureaud-Riofrey (A. M.) Du cholera; moyens preservatifs et curatifs, ou philosophic des grandes 6pid6mies. 116 pp. 8°. Paris, Germer-Bailliere, 1847. S.

Burg (Maria). Seedtime and harvest. SeelSLoch (Rosalie), and Burg.

Burgess (J. T.) Angling: a practical guide to bottom fishing, trolling, spinning, and fly fishing. With a chapter on sea fishing, viii, 182 pp. 1 pi. 16°. London, Warne fy co. 1867.

Burgess (Eev. Richard). Description of the circus on the via appia near Rome; with some account of the circensian games, viii, 111 pp. 3 pi. 1 tab. 12°. London, J. Murray 1828.

Burgess (Samuel Walter). Historical illustrations of the origin and progress of the passions, and their influence on the conduct of mankind; with sketches of human nature and human life, [anon.'] 2 v. viii, 507 pp. 1 pi; 495pp. 8°. London, Longmans, 1825.

Burgoyne (Gen. John). Briefe des generals Lee, and des generals Burgoyne bey gelegenheit der ankunft des letztern in Boston. 8 pp. 8°. Braunschioeig, 1777. [In Remeb (J. A.> Amerikanisehes archiv. v. 1].

Burhans (Hezekiah). The monotonical speller, and docile reader, of the English language. 180 pp. 18°. New York, Day, Baker & Crane, 1845.

The scientific spelling book, containing

the principles of English orthography and pronunciation. 252 pp. 24°. New York, Baker & Crane, 1845.

Burius. See Bury.

Burk (Edward). The hurricane: a poem, by an eye-witness. Also, historical notices of St. Domingo, from the seizure of Toussaint TOuverture to the death of Christophe. With illustrations, [anon.] 75 pp. 8°. Bath, 1844.

Burke (Edmund). An account of the European settlements in America. 2 v. 4 p. 1. 312 pp. 1 map; 2 p. 1. 300 pp. 10 1. 1 map. 8°. London, B. & J. Dodsley, 1757.

The same. 2d ed. 4 p. 1. 324 pp. 51.

lmap; 6 p. 1. 308 pp. lmap. 12°. London, B. & J. Dodsley, 1758.

— Rede womit er seinen vorschlag einer

ausohnung mit den colonien empfielet, gehal

ten in parlement 22 Miirz, 1775. Ill pp. 8°.

Braunschweig, F. Waisenhaus, 1777.

[In Remer (J. A.) Amerikanisches archiv. v. 1).

Burke (Sir John Bernard). A genealogical and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage of the British empire. 30th ed. xlvii, 1308 pp. 8°. London, Harrison, 1868.

Burke's weekly for boys and girls: an illustrated journal of instruction and entertainment. T. A. Burke, editor. July 6, 1867 to June 27, 1868. v. 1. 2 p. 1. 416 pp. 4°. Macon, (Ga,) J. W. Burke & co. 1868.

Burkitt (Lemuel), and Read (Jesse). A concise history of the Kehukee baptist association, from its original rise down to 1803. Revised by H. L. Burkitt. 351 pp. 16°. Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo, ty co. 1850. s.

Burlamaqui (Jean Jacques). Principles of natural and politic law. Translated by Mr. Nugent. 5th ed. 2 v. xxiv, 216 pp: — pp. 8°. Cambridge, (Mass.) univ. press, 1807. s.

Burleigh (Charles C.) Reception of George Thompson in Great Britain. 238 pp. 18°. Boston, J. Knapp, 1836.

Burnet (Gilbert, bishop of Salisbury). The history of the reformation of the church of England. 6 v. 18°. London, W. Baynes & son, 1825.

Bumey (Sarah Harriet). Clarentine: a novel. 2v. 264 pp; 250 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, M. Carey, 1818.

Burnham (George P.) Stray subjects, [etc.] 1848. See Durivage (F. A.) and Burnham.

Burns (Robert). The poetical works of Robert Burns, with [life, by himself]. 2 v. 216 pp; 229 pp. 24°. Philadelphia, B. Johnson, etc. 1804.

and M'Lehose (Agnes Craig). The

correspondence between Burns and Clarinda. With a memoir of Mrs. M'Lehose (Clarinda). Edited by her grandson, W. C. M'Lehose. xi, 297 pp. 12°. Edinburgh, W. Tait, 1843.

Burroughs (Bev. Eden). The profession and practice of christians held up to view by way of contrast to each other, [pp. 1-70]. 16°. Windsor, N. E. Hough Spooner, 1784. [Imperfect: pp. wanting at the end].

Burton (William E.) Waggaries and vagaries. A series of sketches, humorous and descriptive. 192 pp. 8 pi. 12°. Philadelphia, Carey & Hart, 1848. s.

Burton. Annales monasterii burtonensis ab

miv-mcclxiii. \_anon.~\ foil. Oxonice, 1684.

[GALE (Thomas) and FELL (John). Rerum ang-licarum scriptores veteres. v. 1. Oxonise, 1(384].

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