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Auger, Athanase, Prof. of Rhet. at Rome, aft. at Paris ; b. 1734. d. 1792.

1 Ilarangues tirées d'Herodote, de Thucydide, des Histoires Grècques de

Xénophon, de sa Retraite de Dix Mille, et de sa Cyropédie, insérées dans un Abrégé des Histoires de ces mêmes auteurs, avec des Notes sur le Texte des Harangues de Thucydide; traduites par l'Abbé Auger. Tom. 1, 2.

Paris, 1788.. 8o (5.5x3.2). Translator. See DEMOSTHENES. Cuvres de D. et d'Eschines. AUGUSTI, Johann Christian Wilhelm, Prof. of Theol. at Jena, Breslau, and

Bonn; b. 1771. d. 1841.
Joint Translator. See BIBLE,Old Testament. Die Schriften, etc.

Joint Translator. See BIBLE,New Testament. Die Schriften, etc. AUGUSTINE, St. Aurelius, Bp. of Hippo, in Africa; b. 354. d. 430.

2 Confessions. See BUCHON, J. A. C. (Choix d'Ouvrages mystiques.)
3 Méditations. See Buchon, J. A. C. (Choix d'Ouvrages mystiques.)
4 Meditations (The) of St. Augustine, his Treatise of the Love of God,
Soliloquies and Manual. Translated by George Stanhope, D. D.

Glasgow, 1773. 12° (4.9X2.7). 5 Opera tomis decem comprehensa. Tom. 6, 7, 10.

Coloniæ Agrippinæ, 1616. 2° (12.4 X 6.9), m. r., 2 cols. NOTE.-Title-pages differ. Appended to vol. 10 are three General Indexes. 6 Opera tomis undecim comprehensa, per Theologos Lovanienses ex vetustatibus castigata. ... Tom. 1-5, 8-10.

Parisiis, 1636. 2° (12.4 X 6.9), m. r., 2 cols. Note.- General title in vol. I only: title pages of the other volumes express re

spective contents. The last two entries form the entire works of Augustine, but

the indexes of the former do not apply to the latter. * AULUS GELLIUS. See GELLIUS, A. AURIFABER, the Latinized name of GOLDSCHMIED, Johann, a pupil & companion

of Luther, Court-Preacher at Weimar, &c.; 6. 1519. d. 1575.

Editor. See LUTHER, M. Colloquia Mensalia.
Austin, Arthur, a pscudonym of Wilson's. See Wilson, Prof. John.
Austin, Benjamin, Jun., a political writer, of Boston ; b. 1752. d. 1820.

7 Constitutional Republicanism, in Opposition to fallacious Federalism ; as

published occasionally in the Independent Chronicle, under the Signature

of Old-South. ... *** Boston, 1803. 8° (6.4 X3.6). [6 copies.) AUSTIN, Rev. Gilbert, of Woodville, near Dublin.

8 Chironomia: or a Treatise on Rhetorical Delivery ... ; illustrated by many Figures. ***

London, 1806. 4° (7 X 4.8), pp. 583+. Austin, Rev. Samuel, D.D., Pres. of Vermont Univ.; 6. 1760. d. 1830.

9 Apology (The) of Patriots, or the Heresy of the Friends of the Wash

ington and Peace Policy defended. National-Fast Sermon, at Worcester, August 20, 1812.

Worcester, 1812. 8°, pp. 32. 10 Examination (An) of the Representations and Reasonings contained in

Seven Sermons . . ., by Rev. Daniel Merrill, on the Mode and Subjects of Baptism. ...

Worcester, 1805. 12° (4.9X 2.9). 11 Sermon (A) preached in Worcester, Mass., on the Occasion of the Special Fast, July 23, 1812.

Worcester, 1812. 8°, pp. 28. 12 Thanksgiving Sermon at Worcester, Dec. 15, 1796.

Worcester, 1797. 8°, pp. 24. Editor. See EDWARDS, Jonathan. Works, Worcester Edition.

Atstix, Mrs. Sarah Taylor, an English authoress ; b. about 1800.

I Characteristics of Goethe. From the German of Falk, Von Miiller, &c.

With Notes, original and translated, illustrative of German Literature.

... Vol. 1-3. [Engravings.] London, 1833. 8° (4.9X3.2). 2 Life of Carsten Niebuhr. See SOCIETY for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. Library, &c. Lives of Eminent Persons ; &c. Editor. See HOLLAND, S. S. Memoir of Rev. Sidney Smith. Translator. See RANKE, L. History of the Popes of Rome. History

of the Reformation. ArstriA. Gesetze für die K. K. Armeen in Auszug, nach alphabetischer Ord3 nung der Gegenstände eingerichtet von Jakob Heinrich. * * *

Wien und Prag, 1784. 8° (4.7X3.3), pp. 570. AUTOMNE, Bernard, advocate in Parliament of Bourdeaux ; b. 1587. d. 1666.

Editor, Annotator, &c. See JUVENALIS, D. J. Satyræ. ACTRAX, J. 4 Poëmes (Les) de la Mer.

Paris, 1852. 8° (5.8X3.5 irr.). AVIANEs, Flavius, a Roman Fabulist; flourished about 160.

5 Aviani Æsopicarvm Fabvlarvm Liber. A T. Pylmanno ex membranis

in lucem editvs. *** Antverpiæ, 1585. 24° (3.8 X 2.3), pp. 29. AVIARY (The), 6 and Bird-Breeder's Companion. New-York, 1830. 8°, pp. 72. AVXCIENT Ecclesiasticall Histories (The) of the first six hundred Yeares after

7 Christ, wrytten in the Greeke tongue by ... Eusebius, Socrates, and

Euagrius. ... VVhereunto is annexed Dorothevs, of the Liues of the Prophetes, Apostles and 70 Disciples. All ... faithfully translated ... by M. Hanmer ... [with] a Chronographie ... * * *

London, 1577. 2° (9X 5.4), m. r., pp. 538+, 56. NOTE.- The works of Socrates, Evagrius and Dorotheus, and the Chronography,

have each independent title-pages, dated 1576. AYDELOTT, Rec. Benjamin B., D.D., of Cincinnati, Ohio.

8 Incidental Benefits of Denominational Division: an Argument for Christian Union.

Cincinnati, 1846. 12° (4.9X2.9). 9 Our Country's Evils and their Remedy. Cincinnati, 1843. 12°, pp. 60. AYLMEP, John, Bp. of London ; b. 1521. d. 1591.

10 Historical Collections of the Life and Acts. See STRYPE, J.


B. C. Address (An) to the Honourable City of London, &c. concerning their

11 Choice of a New Parliament. Together with a true Character of Popery and Arbitrary Government.

London, 1681. 2°, pp. 12. B. J., ('itoyen Français. 12 Coup-d'Oil politique sur l'Europe, a la Fin du XVIIIe siècle ; précédé

de quelques Considérations sur la France avant et depuis la Révolution. ... • *• Tom. 1, 2.

Paris, 1801. 8° (5.5X3). B. T. Account of the whole Art of Breeding, Nursing, and the right Or

13 dering of the Silk-Worm ; with Figures. London, 1733. 4°, pp. 32. BABBAGE, Charles, F.R.S., &c., Prof. of Math. at Cambridge, Eng. ; b. 1790. 14 Introductory Dissertation on the General Principles which regulate the

Application of Machinery to Manufactures and the Mechanical Arts.

See (ExCYCLOPEDIA Metropolitana, vol. 8).
15 Ninth Bridgewater Treatise (The). A Fragment. *** 2d ed.

London, 1838. 8° (15.2X3.1). BABBAGE, Charles, F.R.S., continued.

i Reflections on the Decline of Science in England, and on some of its Causes.

London, 1830. 8° (6X3.3). 2 Table of the Logarithms of the Natural Numbers, from 1-108000. Stereotyped.—2d ed.

London, 1831. 8° (7.5 X 4.6). BABCOCK, Rufus, Jun.

Editor. See MORRIS, J. W. Life and Writings of Fuller. BABINGTON, Thomas, M.P., Uncle of Lord Macaulay.

3 Practical View of Christian Education in its Earliest Stages. 1st Ameri

can from 3d London edition. ... Boston, 1818. 12° (5.4X3.2). BABINGTON, William, M.D., Prof. of Chem., &c. Guy's Hospital, London; b.

1756. d. 1833. 4 New System (A) of Mineralogy, in the Form of Catalogue, after the

manner of Baron Born's Catalogue ... London, 1799. 4° (8X5.7). 5 Systematic Arrangement (A) of Minerals, founded on ... their Chemi

cal, Physical, and External Characters; reduced to the Form of Tables. ...

London, 1795. 4° (9X6.5), pp. 26. BACHE, Alexander Dallas, LL.D., Lieut. U.S.A., Pres. of Girard College, Sup't

of U.S. Coast Survey since 1843; b. in Phila., 1806. 6 Discussion of the Magnetical and Meteorological Observations made at

the Girard College Observatory, Phila., 1840–45. Pp. 22. See SMITH

SONIAN Institution. (Contributions, vol. 11.) 7 Observations at the Magnetical and Meteorological Observatory at Gi

rard College, 1840-1845. 3 vols. See UNITED STATES. Astronomi

cal and other Observations. 8 Report on Education in Europe, to the Trustees of the Girard College for Orphans.

Philadelphia, 1839. 8°(6.4 X3.6), pp. 666. 9 Reports on the Progress of the U. S. Coast Survey, 1851-1860. 10

vols. See UNITED STATES. Coast Survey Reports. BÁChi, Pietro, Instructor in Italian at Harvard College. 10 Grammar (A) of the Italian Language. ***

Boston, 1829. 12° (5.2X3.3). 1 Scelta di Prose Italiane, tratte da' più celebri Scrittori antichi e moderni,

per uso degli studiosi ... *** Cambridge, 1828. 12° (5.2X3.1). BACHMAIR, John James, A.M., of Sion College, Cambridge; fl. 1751-1771.

12 Complete German Grammar (A). ... 3d ed., greatly altered and improved.

London, 1771. 8° (5.5 X3.4). BACKUS, Rev. Charles, D.D., of Somers, Conn. ; 6. 1749. d. 1803..

13 Folly (The) of Man's choosing this World for his portion. Sermon at

Ordination of Rev. Joseph Russell, Princeton, Mass., March 16, 1796.

[Ch., by J. Jackson ; R.H., by R. Holcomb.] Boston, 1796. 8°, pp. 31. Bacon, Francis, Lord Verulam and Viscount St. Alban's, Lord Chancellor of

England; b. in London, 1561. d. 1626. 14 Bacon's Essays: with Annotations by Richard Whately, D.D. 5th ed.,

revised and enlarged. i Boston, 1861. 8° (6.5X3.9), pp. 586. 15 Essayes (The) or, Covnsels, civill and morall, of Francis Lo. Verulam,

&c. Newly enlarged. [Appended is, of the Colovrs of Good and Euill, a Fragment.]

London, 1632. 4° (5.7X3.3). Bacox, Francis, continued.

1 Essayes (The) or, Covnsels, civill and morall: of Francis Lo. Verulam,

&c. With a Table of the Colours, or Apparences of Good and Evill, and their Degrees, ... their severall Fallaxes, and the Elenches of them. Newly enlarged.

London, 1639. 4° (5.7 X3.3). Note. — Except in title-page, identical with preceding work. 2 Essays (The): or Counsels, civil and moral: and the Wisdom of the

Ancients. With a biographical Notice by A. Spiers, Preface by B. Montagu, and Notes by different writers. [Portrait.]

Boston, 1856. 16° (4.7X2.8). 3 Francis Bacon - Realistic Philosophy and its Age. See Fischer, K. 4 Historie (The) of the Reigne of King Henry the Seventh. Written by Francis Lord Verulam. ...

London, 1641. 2° (8.2 X 4.2). Note. – Title-page is embellished. Imperfect, wanting portrait. 5 Life of Bacon, by Birch. See (Works, post.-Vol. 1, pp. i.-xlii.). 6 Lord Bacon. See MACAULAY, T. B. (Essays, vol. 2.) 7 New Atlantis. See More, Sir T. (With Utopia, &c.) 8 Novum Organon (The), or a true Guide to the Interpretation of Nature.

New Translation by G. W. Kitchin. Oxford, 1855. 8° (6.4x3.5). 9 Personal History of Lord Bacon. See Dixon, W. H. 10 Resvsitatio, or, Bringing into přblick light several Works ..., hither

to sleeping of Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, &c. ... 3d ed. ... By W. Rawley. [Plate.] London, 1671. 2° (9.5x5.2), m. b.

NOTE. — Imperfect, wanting portrait. The several portions have independent title

pages, dating 1670, and independent pagings. 11 Sylva Sylvarum, or a Natural History, in Ten Centuries. Whereunto is

newly added, The History natural and experimental of Life and Death, or of the Prolongation of Life. Published ... by W. Rawley. Whereunto is added Articles of Enquiry, touching Metals and Minerals. And the New Atlantis. Written by Francis Lord Verulam, &c. 9th ... edition. ... [Portrait.]

London, 1670. 2° (9.6 X 5.2), m. r. NOTE. — Also with embellished title-page, engraved. "History of Life," &c., and

" Articles of Enquiry," &c., have independent title-pages, &c. and date, 1669. 12 Works. Vol. 1-5. *** [Portrait.] London, 1765. 4° (7.8 X 5.6).

NOTE. – This beautiful and accurate edition was corrected throughout by the Rev.

John Gambold, and the Latin volumes revised by W. Bowyer.--Lowndes. Bacox, Rev. Leonard, D.D.,.of Neu-Haren, Conn. ; b. in Detroit, 1802.

13 Historical Discourse, delivered at Norwich, June 23, 1839, before the

General Association of Corinecticut. See GENERAL Association, &c.

(Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of Connecticut.) 14 Oration before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Dartmouth College, delivered July 30, 1845.

Hanover, 1845. 8°, pp. 23. 15 Thirteen Historical Discourses on the Completion of Two Hundred

Years from the Beginning of the First Church in New Haven. With an

Appendix. *. [Portraits.] New Haven, 1839. 8° (6.5 X 3.6). Bacox, Matthew, Esq., of London.

16 New Abridgment (A) of Law, alphabetically digested under proper Ti

tles. 6th ed., revised and corrected; with additional Notes and References. Also a Supplement. ... By T. Cunningham. Vol. 1-5.

Dublin, 1793. 8° (7.2X3.8), m. r. NOTF.- For Appendix to this work, forming vol. 6, 7, see Gwillim, II.

Bacon, Gen. Nathaniel, “ the Virginia Rebel ;b. in Eng. about 1646. d. 1676.

1 Life, by W. Ware. See SPARKS, J. (Amer. Biogr., 3d Series, vol. 3.) BADGER, Stephen, Indian-Missionary of Natick, Mass.; b. 1725. d. 1803.

2 Letter concerning the Indians. See Mass. Hist. Society. (Collections,

1st Series, vol. 5.) 3 Substance of two Discourses on Intemperance; delivered at Natick [October, 1773].

Boston, reprinted, 1811. 8°, pp. 23. BAGWELL, John, flourished about 1650.

Editor, &c. See Wilson, Rev. Thomas. Christian Dictionary. BAHRDTS, Carl Friedrich, Prof. at Leipsic, Erfurt, &c.; b. 1741. d. 1792. 4 Glaubensbekenntniss.

Leipzig, 1799. 8°, pp. 24. BAIKIE, Robert, M.D., of Madras Medical Establishment.

Translator. See FRANCKE, H. Outlines of Disease, &c. Bailey, Rev. J. W., of Galesburg, III.

5 Knox College, by whom founded and endowed; also, A Review of a Pamphlet entitled “Rights of Congregationalists in Knox College.”

Chicago, 1860. 8° (6.5X4). BAILEY, Rev. Jacob, Mission. at Pownalborough, & in N. S.; b. 1731. d. 1808.

6 Memoir of Life. See BARTLET, W. S. BAILEY, Jacob Whitman, Prof. in U.S. Milit. Acad., West Point ; 6.1811. d.1857.

7 Fossil Microscopic Organisms, from Monterey. Fossil Plant from

Pasuncula River. See BLAKE, W. P. (Geological Reconnaissance in

California.) 8 Microscopical Examination of Soundings made by U. S. Coast Survey

off the Atlantic Coast of U. S. Pp. 16, and one Plate. See SMITHSONIAN Institution. (Contributions, vol. 2.) 9 Microscopical Observations made in South Carolina, Georgia, and Flori

da. Pp. 48, and three Plates. See SMITHSONIAN Institution. (Con

tributions, vol. 2.) 10 Notes on New Species and Localities of Microscopical Organisms. Pp.

12, and one Plate. See SMITHSONIAN Institution. (Contrib., vol. 7.) BAILEY, James, A.M.

Editor, &c. See FORCELLINI, E. Totius Latinitatis Lexicon. BAILEY, John.

11 General View of the Agriculture of the County of Cumberland; with

Observations on the Means of its Improvement. ... By J. Bailey &
G. Culley. * * * [Mar.]

London, 1805. 8° (6.3X3.3). Yote.- Appended to and paged continuously with “ View of Northumberland,” &c. 12 General View of the Agriculture of the County of Northumberland;

with Observations on the Means of its Improvement. ... By J. Bailey & G. Culley. 3d ed. *** [Map and Plates.]

London, 1805. 8° (6.3X3.3). BAILEY, Nathan, a schoolmaster at Stepney, near London; d. 1742.

13 Universal Etymological English Dictionary (An); ... 9th ed., with

... Improvements. London, 1740. Thick 8° (7X4), 2 cols., n. p. BAILEY, William, Register of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, &c.

14 Advancement (The) of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce; or, De

scriptions of the useful Machines and Models contained in the Repository of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce : illustrated by Designs on fifty-five Copper-Plates. ...

London, 1772. 4° (7.7X5.8).

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