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CARTER.

CAUCHOIS-LEMAIRE.

Carter (Matthew). Honor redivivus; or, the analysis of honor and armory. 3 p. 1. 351 pp. 6 pi. 16°. London, H. Herringman, 1673.

Carter (Bev. Thomas). French mission life; or, sketches of remarkable conversions and other events among French romanists in the city of Detroit. 157 pp. 16°. New York, Carlton & Sorter, 1857. S.

Carteromaco (Nicole), pseudon). See Forteguerri (Nicolo).

Carus (Julius Victor). Jahreshericht iiber die imgebiete der zootomie erschienenen arbeiten. i. Bericht iiber die jahre 1849-52. viii, 228 pp. 8°. Leipzig, W. Engelmann, 1856. s.

Gary (Edward). Trip of the Oceanus. See French (Bev. J. C), and Gary.

Cary (Samuel Fenton, editor). The national temperance offering, and sons and daughters of temperance gift. 320 pp. 16 pi. 8°. New York, B. Vandien, [1850]. s.

Casanova de Seingalt (Jacques). M&noires. Merits par mi-meme. I5d. originale. 12 v. 16°. Leipsic, Paris, and Bruxelles, 1826-38.

Casper (Johann Ludwig). A hand-book of the practice of forensic medicine, based upon personal experience, v. 1. Thanatological division. Translated from the 3d ed. of the original by G. W. Balfour, xvi, 317 pp. 8°. London, 1861. [new Sydenham society, v. 12].

Cass (Lewis). An examination of the question now in discussion, between the American and British governments, concerning the right of search. By an American. 55 pp. 12°. Baltimore, N. Hickman, 1842. S.

Cassagnac. See G-ranier de Cassagnac.

Cassani (Angelo C.) Saggio di proverbitriestini raccolti edillustrati. x, 107 pp. 11. 12°. Trieste, C. Coen, 1860. S.

Cassels (Bev. Samuel J.) Christ and antichrist; or, Jesus of Nazareth proved to be the messiah, and the papacy proved to be the anti-christ predicted in the holy scriptures. 348 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, presbyterian hoard of publication, [1846]. s.

Liberty poems. 92 pp. 12°. [New

York, author,'] 1851.

Cassien (Jean). De institutis cenobiorum, origle, causis et remedijs vitiorum collationibus patrum. 208 1. fol. Basilee, [J". AmberlacK], 1485. [Imperfect: wanting-1. 2-10 & 14 other 1].

Castanis (Christophorus Plato). The Greek exile; or, a narrative of the captivity and escape of C. P. C. during the massacre on the island of Scio, with adventures in Greece and

America. 272 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Lip

pincott, Grambo, tf- co. 1857. Castellanos (Juan de). Primera parte de las

elegias de varones illvstres de Indias. 10 p. 1.

382 pp. 4°. Madrid, A. Gomez, 1589. Castiglioni (Luigi), and others. Storia delle

piante forastiere le piu importanti nell 'uso

medico ed economico. \_anon.~\ Colle loro

figure in rame incise da B. e G. Bordiga. 4 v.

4°. Milano, G. Marrelli, 1791-94. Castillo Solorzano (Alfonso del). The Spanish

pole-cat; or, the adventures of senora Rufina.

[From the Spanish,] by Sir R. L'Estrange

and [J.] Ozell. 392 pp. 1 pi. 18°. London,

E. Curll, 1717. Catalog over detil den Internationale fiskerind

stilling i Bergen 1865 indsendte gjenstande.

215 pp. lpl. 16°. Bergen, C. Dahl, 1865. s. Catalogue of portraits of foreigners who have

visited England, as noticed by Clarendon,

Heath, Thurloe, etc. 24°. London, 1814.

[In FLINDALL (J. M.) Amateur's pocket companion, 18121.

Cates (William L. R.) A dictionary of general biography; with a classified and chronological index of the principal names. 4 p. 1. 1300 pp. 8°. London, Longmans, 1867.

Catholic (The) world. A monthly magazine of general literature and science. April 1865 to Sept. 1868. v. 1—7. 8°. New York, L. Kehoe, 1865-68.

Catinelli (Carlo). Sulla identity delPantico colFodierno Timavo. 8°. Trieste, 1830. [In Rossetti (D. de'). Archeografo triestino, v. 2].

Catlow (Joseph Peel, M. D.) On the principles of aesthetic medicine, or the natural use of sensation and desire in the maintenance of health and the treatment of disease, as demonstrated by induction from the common facts of life. 325 pp. London, J. Churchill & sons, 1867.

Catullus (Caius Valerius). Poems, translated into English verse, With life of the poet, excursus, and illustrative notes. By J. Cranstoun. xii, 291 pp. 16°. Edinburgh, W. P. Nimmo, 1867.

Cauchois-Lemaire (Louis Augustin Francois). Lettres politiques, religieuses, et historiques. 2 v. xii, 463 pp; xvi, 557 pp. 2 v. 8°. Paris, Belaforest, etc. 1828-32. s.

CONTENTS.

v. 1. Lettres sur les cent-jours (1819); lettres politiques, morales, et religieuses.

v. 2. R6ponse & un catholic romain, etc.; 6pitres d'nn chrStien a un catholic romain, (1826); Ipitre maintenant Louis-Philippe aux liberaux; lettres, etc.

CAUGHEY.

CERFBERR DE MEDELSHEIM.

Caughey (Eev. James). Arrows from my quiver, pointed with the steel of truth, and winged by faith and love. With an introduction by rev. D. Wise. 477 pp. 12°. New York, W. C. Palmer, 1867.

Glimpses of life in soul saving; or, se

lections from [his] journal and other writings. With an introduction by rev. D. Wise. 477 pp. 8°. New York, W. C. Palmer, 1868.

Caumont (Arcisse de). Definition 616mentaire de quelques termes d'architecture. 168 pp. 8°. Paris, Derache, etc. 1846. 8.

Causei de La Chausse (Michel-Ange de). See La Chausse

Caussin (Nicolas). Polihystor symbolicvs. Electorum symbolorum, et parabolarum historicarum stromata, xii libris complectens. Quae ad omnem emblematvm, senjgmatvm, hieroglyphicorvm cognition em prsBstant. Ed. ultima. 597 pp. 211. 169. Colonics Agrippinae, apud J. Kinchivm, 1654. S.

Gauvin (Joseph). Dictionary of science, literature, and art. See Brande (W. T.) and Cauvin.

Cauwenberghe. See Van Cauwenberghe.

Cavalcanti (Bartolomeo). Trattati sopra gli ottimi reggimenti delle repubbliche antiche e moderne. xii, 240 pp. 8°. Milano, societd tipografica de' classici italini, 1805.

Cavallo (Tiberius). A complete treatise on electricity, in theory and practice. 3d ed. 2 v. xxiv, 362 pp. 2 pi; 313 pp, 7 1. 3 pi. 8^. London, C. Billy, 1786. s.

Caux. See Grimaud de Caux.

Cave (Marie Elizabeth). Drawing without a master. The Cavd method for learning to draw from memory. 134 pp, 12Q. New York, G. P. Putnam 8? son, 1868.

Cawdray (Robert). A treasury or storehouse of similes. London, 1609. Edited, with introduction, by J. G. Pilkington. 3d ed. vii, 416 pp. 8^. London, B. D. Dickinson, 1868.

Caxton (William). Book of curtesye, 1477-8.

Reprinted, with two ms. copies of the same

treatise. Edited by F. J. Furnivall. xii, 57

pp. 8°. London, Triibner & co. 1868.

[early English text society publications. Extra series, 1867, No, 3].

Caylus (Anne Claude Philippe de Tubieres, de Grimoard, de Pestels, de LeVi, comte de). Les confidences reeiproques, ou anecdotes de la societe* de madame la comtesse de B. [anon.] 2 v. vii, 147 pp; 159 pp. 18°. Londres [Paris], 1779.

——— Les 6trennes de la Saint Jean, [anon.]

3e 6d. viii, 197 pp. 24°. Troyes, veuve Oudot, 1751.

Cazeaux (Paulin, M. D.) A theoretical and practical treatise on midwifery, including the diseases of pregnancy and parturition. Revised by S. Tarnier. From the French, by W. R. Bullock, M. D. 1124 pp. 5 pi. 8°. Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, 1868.

Cean-Bermudez (Juan Agustin). Sumario de las antiguedades romanas que hay en Espana, en especial las pertinecientes a" las bellas artes. 2 p. 1. xxxi, 538 pp. fol. Madrid, M. de Burgos, 1832. s.

Cecil Castlemaine's gage, and other novelettes. By Ouida. [pseudon. for mad. De la Rama?] Collected and revised by the author. 491 pp. 1 pi. 12°. London, Chapman # Sail, 1867.

Cecilias (The); or, the force of circumstances. By Anna Argyle. [pseudon.] 177 pp. 8°. New York, Am. news co. 1866.

Celesia (Emanuele). The conspiracy of Gianluigi Fieschi; or, Genoa in the 16th century. From the Italian, by D, H. Wheeler, xxxii, 343 pp. portrait. 8°, London, Sampson Low, 1866.

Cellini (Benvenuto), Trattati e discorsi. xiv, 176 pp. 12°. Lipsia, L. Voss, 1835. s.

[Opere, v. 3].

- Vita, scritta da lui medesimo. 2 v. xliv, 194 pp; 288 pp. 5 pi. 12°. Lipsia, L. Voss, 1833. s.

[Opere, v. 1-2].

Celtic society publications. The book of rights. Edited, with translation and notes, by J. O'Donovan. 12°. Dublin, 1847. [No. 1].

——- Cambrensis eversus. By John Lynch. Edited, with translation and notes, by rev, M. Kelly. 3 v. 12°. Dublin, 1848-51. [No. 2].

—■ Miscellany of the Celtic society. Edited

by J. O'Donovan. 8°. Dublin, 1849. [No. 3].

CONTENTS. The genealogy of Corca Laidhe. Poem on the battle of Dun, by Grilla Brighde MacCon*

midhe. Docwra's tracts. Poems, pedigrees, and extracts.

Censorinus. Ad Q. Cserillivm de die natali

liber. Lvd. Carrione recensente. 7 p. 1. 44 pp.

51; 19 pp. 3 1. 16°. Lvgdvni, F. Le Prevx,

1593. s.

[ With Fiocco (A. D.) De potestatibvs Romanorvm, 1561J.

Cepari (Virgilio). See Life (The) of St, Aloysius Gonzaga.

Cerfberr de Medelsheim (Maximilien Charles Alphonse E.) Rapport a. m. le ministre de Pinterieur [de France], sur differents hopitaux, hospices, 6tablissements et soci&4s CERFBERR DE MEDELSHEIM.

Cerfberr de Medelsheim—continued.

de bienfaisance, et sur la mendicite, dans les 6tats de Sardaigne, de Lombardie et de Venise, de Eome; de Pf*rme, de Plaisance et de Modene. viii, 414 pp. 4°. Paris, imprimerie royale, 1840. s.

Cermischi (Henri). Illusions des societes cooperatives. 102 pp. 16°. Paris, Lacroix, Verboeckhoven et Cie, 1866.

Certain ancient tracts concerning the management of landed property reprinted. 3 p. 1. 318 pp. 8°. London, C. Bathurst, 1767.

CONTENTS.

Xenophon. Treatise of householde.
Eitzherbert (Sir A.) Boke of husbandry. Surveyinge.

Chadwick (Henry). Base ball player's book of reference. By Chad. [pseudon.~\ 76 pp. 18°. New York, 1866.

Chahta vba isht tahoa holisso; or, Choctaw hymn book. 4th ed. 2 p. 1. 248 pp. 18°. New York, S. W. Benedict, 1851. S.

Chaimis or Chai (Bartolomeo). Interrogator^ siue cofessionale. Ill 1. unp. sm. 4°. [Venetiisjy U80.

Chalklen (Bev. Charles William). Semiramis, an historical morality; and other poems. 2 v. clxxxiii, 171 pp; 358 pp. 16°. London, W. Pickering, 1847.

Challen (James). The cave of Machpelah, and other poems. 220 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, C. Sherman, 1854 [1856]. S.

:— The gospel and its elements. 208 pp.

18°. Philadelphia, Challen ty sons, 1856. S.

Challoner (Richard, D. D.) Catholic christian instructed in the sacraments, sacrifices, ceremonies, and observances of the catholic church. 102ded. 281pp. 21. 18°, ■ St. Louis, P. Fox, 1868.

Chambaud (Louis). A grammar of the French tongue. With an essay on the proper method for teaching and learning that language. Revised by M. des Carrieres. xxxii, 463 pp, 12°. London, A. Strahan, 1801.

Chamberlayne (Edward, LL. D.) Anglise notitia'; or, the present state of England compleat. Together with divers reflections upon the ancient state thereof. 2 v. in 1. [Part 1, 14th ed. part 2, 11th ed.] 11 p. 1. 358 pp; 12 p. 1. 344 pp. 1 pi. 16°. London, T. Neiocomb, 1682.

— The same. 17th ed. 2 v. in 1. 9 p. 1. 274

pp; 3 p. 1. 400 pp. 1 pi. 16°. London, B. Scot, etc. 1691-92.

Chamberlayne (John, son of Edward). Magnae Britannise notitia; or, the present state of Great

CHANTREAU.

Britain, with divers remarks upon the ancient state thereof. 4th ed. 2 v. in 1. 11 p. 1. 455, 200, 56 pp. 8°. London, T. Goodivin, etc. 1718.

- The same. 7th ed. 2 v. in 1. 4 p. 1. 466,

263, 6Q pp. 8°. London, 1736.
[Imperfect: title page and dedication wanting].

Chamberlen (Paul). An impartial history of
the life and reign of Queen Anne. 514 pp. 10
pi. fol. London, W. Lloyd, 1738.
[Some plates imperfect].

Chambers (Robert and William). Chambers' educational course. No. 6. Elements of zoology; or, natural history of animals. Edited by D. M. Reese. 1 p. 1. 535 pp. 12°. New York, A. S. Barnes $ co. 1849. S.

Chambers' encyclopaedia: a dictionary of

universal knowledge for the people,illustrated. A-Z 10 v. 8°. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co. 1866-68.

Chambers' journal of popular literature,

science, and arts, 1867. 8°. London, W. & B.

Chambers, 1867. Chambre (Marin Cureau de La). See La

Chambre. Champ agny (Francois Joseph Marie Therese

Nomp&re, comte Franz de). Les Cesars. 2e

6d. 2v. xxiii, 552 pp; 571pp. 8°. Paris, L.

liaison, 1853. Champ grand (— Goury de). See Goury de

Champgrand. Champlin (J. T.) Lessons on political economy. 219 pp. 12°. New- York, A. S. Barnes

$ co. 1888. Chandler (A.) & co. Specimen of ornamental

types and embellishments. 241. 8°. New

York, 1820.

[ With Bruce (D. & G.) Specimen of printing types, 1620]. Chandler (Richard). Proceedings house of

Commons. See Great Britain. Chandler (Thomas Bradbury, D. D.) The

appeal farther defended; in answer to the

farther misrepresentations of dr. Chauncy.

vi, 240 pp. 8°. New York, H. Gaine, 1771. Channing (George G.) Early recollections of

Newport, R. I. 1793-1831. 284 pp. 16°.

Newport, (B. I.) A. J. Ward, 1868. Channing (William Ellery,D.D.) Remarks

on the character and writings of John Milton. [anon.~\ 3ded. 116pp. 18°. Boston, Perkins & co. 1828. Chantreau (Pierre Nicolas). Arte de hablar

bien Frances, 6 gramatica completa dividida en tres partes. Nueva ed. revista, 468 pp.

8°. Paris, Bossange, 1824.

CHANTREAU.

CHARTERS.

— The same. El novissimo Chantreau, 6

arte de hablar bien Frances, y ahora cuidadosamente emendado, por P. Puiggari, y en lo tocante a" la parte castellana, corregida por F. M. F. P. Y. M. M. viii, 392 pp. 8°. Perpinan, J. B. Alzine, 1841. s.

Chapin (Edwin Hubbell, 1). D.) Christianity the perfection of true manliness. 213 pp. 12°. New York, H. Lyon, 1856. s.

Moral aspects of city life. A series of

lectures. 191 pp. 12°. New York, H. Lyon, 1856. s.

Chapman (Ernest Theodore). Water analysis. See Wanklyn (J. A.) and Chapman.

Chapman (James). Travels in the interior of south Africa, comprising fifteen years' hunting and trading; with journeys across the continent from Natal to Walvisch bay, and visits to lake Ngami and Victoria falls. 2 v. xiv, 454pp. 1 map, 4 pi; ix, 480 pp. 1 map? 4 pi. 8°. London, Bell & Daldy, 1868.

Chapuis (Felicien), and Dewalque (Gj-uillaume). Description des fossiles des terrains secondaires de la province de Luxembourg. (Extract). 393 pp. 38 pi. 4°. Bruxelles, Acad, royale de Belgique, 1853. s.

Charant (A.) A letter in answer to divers curious questions concerning the religion, manners, and customs, of the countries of Muley Arxid, MngofTafiletta. [Mauritania]. Englished out of French, [anon.] 71pp. 18°. London, M. Pitt, 1671.]

[ With Frejus (R. de). Relation of voyage into Mauritania, 1681].

Chardin (Jean). Travels of sir John Chardin into Persia and ye East Indies, threugh the Black sea and the country of Colchis. Also the coronation of Solyman iii. [Translated from the French]. 2 v. in 1. 6 p. 1. 417 pp.; 154 pp. 1 map, 13 pi. fol. London) M. Pitt, 1686.

Charles i (King of England). The king cabinet opened; or, certain secret letters and papers written with the king's own hand, taken at Nasby-fleld, with annotations. Published by order of parliament. 2 p. 1. 56 pp. sm. 4°. London, Bobert Bostock, 1645.

Charles ii (King of England). An account of his majesty's escape from Worcester, dedicated to Mr. Pepys by the king himself. 12°. London, H. G. Bohn, 1859.

[In Hamilton (A. count). Memoirs of the court of Charles ii. pp. 455-476. 18591. Charles (Mrs. Elizabeth). The Dray tons and the Davenants, a story of the civil wars. [anon.] 509 pp. 12°. New York, M. W. JDodd, 1867.

Charles (Mrs. E.) On both sides of the sea: a story of the commonwealth and the restoration. A sequel to "The Draytons and the Davenants." [anon.'] 510pp. 12°. New York, M. W. Dodd, 1867.

— Wanderings over bible lands and seas.

[anon.] 301 pp. 1 pi. 2phot. pi. 1 map. 12°. London, T. Nelson & sons, 1866.

Charlestown (The) [Mass.] directory. No. 16. [For 1868]. By Sampson, Davenport & co. 294 pp. 1 map. 8°. Charlestoion, A. E. Cutter, 1868,

Charlevoix (Pierre Francois Xavier de). History and general description of New France. Translated, with notes, by J, Gr. Shea. v. 1-3. 8°. New York, J. G. Shea, 1866-68. s.

— The same. Allgemeine geschichte und

beschreibung von Neu-Frankreich, was die entdeckungen und groberungen der Franzosen in dem nordlichen America betrifft. 4 p. 1. 648 pp. 20 1. 18 maps. 4°. Leipzig, Arkstee & Merkus, 1756. [allgemeine historie der reisen. v. 14J.

A voyage to North America. Containing the geographical description and natural history of Canada and Louisiana. Also, a description and natural history of the West Indies. 2 v. 5 p. 1. 288 pp. 2 maps; 335pp. 10 1. 5 maps. 8°. Dublin, J. Exshaw, 1766.

Charlie But, and other stories for boys. [anon.] 170 pp. 7 pi. 18°. Philadelphia, Am. s. s. union, [1865].

Charma (Antoine, prof, at Caen). Essai sur les bases et les deVeloppemens de la morality. [Theorie et l'histoire de la volonte\] xvi, 486,iipp. 8°. Paris, L. Hachette, 1834. s,

— Essai sur le langage. 2e 6d. vii, 319

pp. 8°. Paris, L. Hachette, 1846. s.

• Lanfranc: notice biographique, litt6raire

et philosophique. (Extrait des M6moires de la soci6te des antiquaires de Normandie). 160 pp. 8°. Paris, L. Hachette, 1850. s.

Lecons de logique. viii, 419 pp. 8°.

Paris, L. Hachette, 1840. s.

Charpentier (Jean Pierre). Histoire de la renaissance des lettres en Europe, au quinzi&me siecle. 2 v. 2 p. 1. 383 pp; 2 p. 1. 403 pp. 8°. Paris, V*. Marie Nijon, 1843. s.

Charters (The) of Virginia, Maryland, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts Bay, and Georgia, [with] a narrative of the proceedings of the colonies in consequence of the stamp act. 69 pp. 1 map. 4°. London, W. Owen, 1766. With HOESMANDEN (D.) Journal of proceedings in negro conspiracy, 1741-42. New York, 1744].

CHASE.

CHAUVENET.

Chase (A. "W. M. D.) Dr. Chasers recipes;

or, information for everybody: an invaluable

collection of about eight hundred practical

recipes. 42d ed. 384 pp. 16°. Ann Arbor,

(Mich.) author, 1867. Chase (Pliny Earle). The common school

arithmetic; [with] key. 256, 31 pp. 12°.

Worcester, A. Hutchinson fy co. [1848]. S. — Elements of arithmetic. See Mann

(H.) and Chase. See, also, Stone (A. P.) Key to Chase's

common school arithmetic. 1853. Chase (Salmon Portland). Speech in the

peace conference of 1861. 11 pp. 8°. Neio

York, W. C. Bryant $ co. 1863.

[LOYAL publication society. No. 37]. Chase (Warren). The life-line of the lone

one; or, autobiography of the world's child.

[anon.] 12°. Boston, B. Marsh, 1857. Chasseneu or Chasseneuz (Barth&emy de).

Catalogvs glorise mundi, laudes, honores, ex

cellentias, ac prseeminentias omnium fere eta

tuum, plurimarumque rerum illius continens.

12 parts in 1 v. 10 p. 1. 375 1. fol. Lugd.

B. de Harsy, 1529. Chastelain (Georges). Chronique de J. de

Lalain. 8°. Paris, J. A. Buchon, 1826.

[collection de chroniques nationales franchises, T. 41].

■ — Les dues de Bourgogne. 2 v. 8°. Paris,

J. A. Buchon, 1827.

[COLLECTION de chroniques nationales franchises, v. 42-43].

Chateau Lescure; or, the last marquis. A story of Brittany and the Vendue, [anon. By James B. Kirker?] 198 pp. 16°. New York, E. Dunigan fy bro. 1855. S.

Chateaubriand (Rene" Francois Auguste de). The spirit and beauty of the christian religion; selections from Chateaubriand's Genius of Christianity. Translated from the French, with an introduction, by Emma B. Stork. 213 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blahiston, 1858. s.

Chatrian (Alexandre). Madame Therese. See Erckmann (£.) and Chatrian.

Chatto (John). An account of the bibliography of diptheria. 8°. London, 1859. [new Sydenham society, r. 3].

Chaucer (Geoffrey). Legende of goode women. Edited, with an introduction and notes, by H. Corson, xxxviii, 145 pp. 12°. Philadelphia, F. Leypoldt, 1864.

Chaudoir (Maximilien, baron) and Hochhuth (Johann Heinrich). Enumeration des carabiques et hydrocanthares, recueillis pendant un voyage au Caucase et dans les pro

vinces transcaucasiennes. Carabiques, par le baron de Chaudoir. Hydrocanthares, par H. Hochhuth. 268 pp. 8°. Kiew, J. Wallner, 1846. s.

Chauncy (Charles, B.D.) An appeal to the public answered, in behalf of the non- episcopal churches in America; wherein the reasons for an American episcopate are shewn to be insufficient, [etc.] 205 pp. 12°'. Boston, Kneeland fy Adams, 1768.

[ With Chandler (T. B„ D.D.) Appeal to the public, [etc.] ed. 1767].

■ A letter to a friend, containing remarks

on a sermon, by John [Ewer], bishop of Llandaff, before the society for the propagation of the gospel in foreign parts, Feb. 20, 1767. In which the highest reproach is undeservedly cast upon the American colonies. 56 pp. 12°. Boston, Kneelandtf' Adams, 1767. [ With Chandler (T. B. D.D.) Appeal farther defended, ed. 1771].

. A compleat view of episcopacy, as exhibited from the fathers of the christian church, until the close of the second century: containing an impartial account of them, of their writings, and of what they say concerning bishops and presbyters. 474 pp. 21. 8°. Boston, T. Leverett, 1771. —— A letter to rev. George Whitefield, vindicating certain passages he has excepted against in a late book entitled, Seasonable thoughts on the state of religion in New England. 39 pp. 12°. Boston, Bogers fy Fowle, 1745.

[With Chandler (T. B. D.D.] Appeal farther defended, ed. 1771].

-—— A letter to a friend, giving a concise but

just account of the Ohio defeat, etc. [anon.] 15 pp. 4°. Boston, Edes & Grill, 1755.

■ A second letter to a friend; giving a

more particular narrative of the defeat of the French army at Lake George by the NewEngland troops, etc. [anon. ] 16 pp. sm. 4°. Boston, Edes $ Gill, 1755.

• A reply to Dr. Chandler's appeal de

fended. 180, x pp. 12°. Boston, D. Kneeland, 1770.

{With Chandler (T. B. D.D.) Appeal farther defended, ed. 1771].

Chauveau (A.) Traite" d'anatomie compared des animaux domestiques. [le partie. Ost6ologie, syndesmologie, myologie]. 3 p. 1. v, 304 pp. 8°. Paris, J. B. Bailliere, 1855. s. [2e partie wanting].

Chauvenet (William). A treatise on the method of least squares; or, the application of the theory of probabilities in the combina

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