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1 T. Livii Historiarum Libri priores quinque: in usum Juventutis Academicæ.

Uticæ, 1813. 12° (5.6X3.4). 2 T. Livii Historiarum quod exstat, cum integris J. Freinshemii Supplementis Emendationibus & suis locis collocatis, Tabulis Geographicis & copioso Indice. Recensuit et Notulis auxit J. Clericus. 10 vols.

Amstelædami, 1710. 12° (5.1X3). Note.-Title-pages are engraved. Vol. 10 consists of maps and index. 3 T. Livii Patavini Decades Tres, cym dimidia, longe qvam hactenvs emendatiores ... partim C. S. Cyrionis industria, partim Collatione meliorum Codicum ... restitutis. Eiusdem Cælii S. C. Præfatio, Summam continens de Mensuris, Ponderibus, Reque Nummaria Romanorum & Græcorum. ... Ad hæc, L. Flori Epitomæ... B. Rhenani & S. Gelenij ... in hunc auctorem Annotationes. Chronologia H. Glarea

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7 Mathematical Geography. See SOCIETY for the Diffusion of Useful

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9 Congressional Register (The); or, History of the Proceedings and De

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10 Aglaophamus sive de Theologiae Mysticae Graecorum Causis Libri Tres.

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11 Amadis of Gaul. [Translated from the Spanish Version of Montalvo,

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1 History of Navigation to A. D. 1704; &c. See CLARKE, J. S. Pri

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Chiswick, 1819. 12° (4 X 2.4 inr.) Translator. See JOSEPHUS, F. The Famous and Memorable Workes, &c LOCKHART, John Gibson, a Scottish author; b. 1792. d. in Abbotsford, 1854.

15 Ancient Spanish Ballads ; historical and romantic. Translated, with

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New-York, 1842. 4° (5.7X3.8) 16 History (The) of Napoleon Buonaparte. ... Vol. 1, 2. (Harper's Family Library, No. 4, 5.)

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Philadelphia, 1837. 8° (7.1 X 4.1). Loftus, William Kennett, F.G.S., an English archæologist; b. 1820. d. 1858.

1 Travels and Researches in Chaldæa and Susiana; with an Account of

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Stockholm und Hamburg, 1690. 2°(10.2X5.2). LOKMAN or LOCMAN, an Arabic philosopher, of uncertain date.

4 Fabylæ et selecta quædam Arabvm Adagia. Cum Interpretatione Latina & Notis T. Erpenii.

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London, 1844. 8° (6.9X3.8), pp. 853. 8 View (A) of London ; or, The Stranger's Guide through the British Metropolis. ...

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London, 1832-'62. 8° (6.7X3.7). NOTE.- The continuation of Tilloch's Philosophical Magazine', Nicholson's “Jour

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LONDON Missionary Society. See MISSIONARY Society, &c.
London Quarterly Review. See QUARTERLY Review; FOREIGN Quarterly.
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Long, Roger, Prof. of Astronomy, Univ. of Cambridge, Eng.; b. 1680. d. 1770.

1 Life of Mahomet. (Pref. to Vol. 1. of Ockley’s History of the Saracens.) LONG, Major Stephen H., an American civil & military engineer; 6. 1784.

2 Expedition from Pittsburgh to the Rocky Mountains. See JAMES, E.

3 Expedition to the Source of St. Peter's River, &c. See KEATING, W. H. LONGFELLOW, Henry Wadsworth, Prof. of Modern Languages at Boud. Coll.,

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Cambridge, 1846. 8° (4.2X2.5 irr.). 6 Evangeline, a Tale of Acadie. Boston, 1848. 8° (4.3X 2.8 irr.). 7 Poets (The) and Poetry of Europe. With Introductions and Biographical Notices. *** [Portrait.]

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Boston, 1832. 12° (4.8X3). 9 Seaside (The) and the Fireside. Boston, 1850. 8° (4.2 X 2.7 irr.) 10 Syllabus de la Grammaire Italienne. ... Boston, 1832. 12° (5X3.1).

11 Translation of Coplas of Manrique, and Essay. See MANRIQUE, J. LONGinus, Dionysius Cassius, a Greek critic; b. 213. executed at Palmyra, 273.

12 D. Longinus on the Sublime: translated from the Greek, with Notes

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I Certain Storms in Europe and America, December, 1836. Pp. 28, and

thirteen Plates. See SMITHSONIAN Institution. (Contributions, vol. 11.) 2 Memoirs of American Missionaries, formerly connected with the Society

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Boston, 1833. 12° (5.6X3.2). 3 Recent (The) Progress of Astronomy; especially in the United States.

New York, 1850. 12° (5.3X3.1). 4 Recent (The) Progress of Astronomy; especially in the United States. 3d ed., mostly re-written, and much enlarged.

New York, 1856. 12° (5.7X3.5). LOPE DE VEGA. See VEGA CARPIO, Lope Felix De. LORD, Rev. Benjamin, D.D., of Norwich, Conn.; b. 1694. d. 1784.

5 Ministers of the Gospel under special Obligations, to universal constant

Purity. Sermon preached at the Ordination of Rev. J. Huntington at
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Editor. See THEOLOGICAL and Literary Journal. LORD, Eleazar, A.M., of New York City.

6 Compendious (A) History of the Principal Protestant Missions to the Heathen ... Vol. 1, 2.

Boston, 1813. 12° (5.6X3.4). 7 Universal · Biography: with Additions. See LEMPRIERE, J. LORD, John, M.D., of Portland.

8 Address (An) delivered before the Peace Society of Amherst College, July 4, 1839. ...

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Portland, 1852. 12° (5.4X3.2). LORD, Nathan, D.D., Pres. of Dart. Coll. ; b. in Berwick, Me., 1792.

10 Address (An) delivered at Hanover, Oct. 29, 1822, at the Inauguration of the Author as President of Dartmouth College.

Windsor, 1828. 8°, pp. 28. 11 Discourse (A) commemorative of Abiel Chandler, Founder of the Chand

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Boston, 1852. 8°, pp. 32. 12 Eulogium on Rev. J. Smith ...

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15 Hundred (The) Boston Orators appointed by the Municipal Authorities

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