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DECEMBER, 1830.

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CONTENTS.

Chapter.
Page.

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Ancient History, .
Modern History: Southern Eur•ope, Northern Europe,
Turkey, Asia, Africa, .
3
England,
Scotland,
Ireland,
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America,
American Newspapers,
5 Ecclesiastical History,
6 Natural Philosophy
7 Agriculture,
8 Chemistry,
9 Surgery,
10 Medicine,
11 Anatomy,
12 Zoology,
13 Botany,
14 Mineralogy and Conchology, .
15 Occupations of Man—Technical Arts,
16 < Ethics: § 1. Moral Philosophy,
§ 2. Law of Nature and Nations,
17 Religion,
.
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18 Common Law: § 1. Commentaries, Treatises. En
tries, and Conveyancing,
§ 2. Criminal Law, and Trials, .
§ 3. Military Law, and Courts Martial,
19 Common Law: British Reports,
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American Reports, viz:
Supreme Court of the United States,
Circuit Court of the United States,
General Digests of Reports,.

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Common Law: American Reports, viz:
Courts of Maine, .
145
New Hampshire,
ib.
Vermont,
ib.
Massachusetts,
ib.
Connecticut,
146
New York,
ib.
New Jersey, .
147
Pennsylvania, .
ib.
Maryland,
148
Virginia,
ib.
North Carolina,
149
South Carolina,
ib.
Georgia, .
ib.
Tennessee,
ib.
Kentucky,
150
Ohio,
ib.
Louisiana,
ib.
20 Equity: Treatises and Reports,
151
21 Law, Ecclesiastical: Treatises and Reports,
154
22
Merchant, and Maritime: Treatises and Reports,
155
23 § 1. Civil Law, Codes, &c
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158
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§ 2. British Statutes,
161
§ 3. Laws of the United States, and of the several
States, &.c.,viz:
The United States,
162
ib.
State of Maine, .
New Hampshire,
163
Vermont,
ib.
Massachusetts,
ib.
Rhode Island,
ib.
Connecticut, .
ib.
New York, .
164
New Jersey, .
ib.
Pennsylvania,
ib.
Delaware,
165
Maryland,
ib.
Virginia,
166
North Carolina,
167
South Carolina,
168
Georgia,
ib.
Kentucky,
ib.
Tennessee,
ib.
Ohio, ...
ib.
Indiana,
169
Illinois,
ib.
Missouri,
- ib.
Louisiana,
ib.
Mississippi, .
ib.
Territory of Michigan, .
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Physico-Mathematics: Mechanics, Statics Dynamics,
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Pastorals, Odes, Elegies, &c
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CATALOGUE.
Noti....The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library of the
late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

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ANCIENT HISTORY.
J. 58
147
J. 1
J. 141
J. 182
J. 130
J. 173
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J. 120
J. 33
185
J. 74
j. 179

Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire des Juifs, 12mo; Paris,
1759.
Adams, Alexander: Roman Antiquities, with notes, &c, by
P. Wilson, 8vo; New York, 1819.
JElianus, Claudius: Variae Histories, 16s; Lugd. 1587.
Idem, cum notis J. Perizonii, 2 v. 8vo;
Lugd. Bat. 1701.
Ammianus Marcellinus: Res Gestae, cum notis Hen. Valesii,
folio; Paris. 1681.
Idem, indicem dignitatum nee non
Gloss. Lat. adj. A. G. Ernesti, 3 v. 8vo; Lipsiae, 1773.
Antiquités Romaines de Denys d'Halicarnasse, traduites en
Francois, avec notes, par M. ***; 2 v. 4to; Paris, 1723.
Apollodorus, Gr. Lat. Chr. G. Heyne, 4 v. 12mo; Goettingae, 1782-3.
Appianus Alexandrinus: Historiae Romanae, Gr. Lat. Tollii,
2 v. 8vo; Amstel. 1670.
Istorio delle Guerre de' Romani, dal
Braccio e Ruscelli, 12mo; Ven. 1567.
History of the Roman Wars, trans
lated by J. Davies, folio; Lond. 1692.
Arrianus: Expeditio Alexandri, Gr. Lat. Raphelii, 8vo; Amst
1757.
.
Idem, Gr. Lat. Vulcanii, folio; excud. H Stephanus, 1575.
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75

Arrianus: History of Alexander's Expedition; with notes,
by Rooke, and Mr. Le Clerc's Criticism upon Quintus
Curtius, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1814.
J. 189 Athenaei Deipnosophista, Lat. Natalis Comes, fol; Venet. 1556.
J. 92 Barthelemy, J. J.: Voyage du Jeune Anacharsis en Grece,
8 v. 8vo; Paris, 1789.
93
Travels of Anacharsis the Younger in
Greece, 4 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1804.
195 Basnage, J. de Franquener: History of the Jews, translated
into English, by T. Taylor; London, 1708.
J. 60 Berlie, (l'Abbe:) Essai Historique et Chronologique, 12mo;
Lyons, 1766.
J. 4 Berosus, Manetho, Xenophontis Equivoca, Fabius Pictor,
Myrsilus, Cato de Originibus, Antonini Itinerarium, Sempronii Italia, Metasthenes, Philo de Temporibus, Annii
Viterbensis Chronographia, Aretii Sicilia et Hispania,
12mo; Antv. 1545.
67 Bingley, Wm. : Biography of celebrated Roman Characters,
12mo; London, 1824.
J. 37 Biographia Classica, 2 v. 12 mo; London, 1750.
J. 79 Blackwell, Thomas: Enquiry into the Life and Writings of
Homer, 8vo; London, 1757.
J. 59 Bossuet, J. Benigne: Discours sur l'Histoire Universelle, 2 v.
12mo; Amst. 1710-'14.
J. 55 Bridault, J. Pierre: Moeurs et Coutumes des Romains, 2 v.
12 mo; Paris, 1754.
139 Brodie, Alexander: History of the Roman Government, 8 vo;
Edinburgh, 1810.
148 Brown, Wm. : Antiquities of the Jews, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1823.
J. 162 Bryant, Jacob: Analysis of Ancient Mythology, 3 v. 4to;
London, 1775.
163
Observations and Inquiries, relating to various
parts of Ancient History, 4to; Cambridge, 1767.
J. I11 Caesar, in usum Delphini, 8vo; Londoni, 1719.
J. 109
notis Davisii et variorum, ace Metaphrasi Graeca, 2 v.
8vo; Cant. 1727.
J. 25
Fr. de N. Perrot, 12mo; Amst. 1708.
110 Caesar's Commentaries, translated into English, by Wm. Dun
can, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1819.
J. 132 Chronicon Alexandrinum, Gr. Lat. Raderi; p. 4to; Monachii,
1624.
J. 30 Cornelius Nepos, Cruserii, 12mo.
J. 31
, Foulis, 12mo; Glasguae, 1761.
J. 32
——, Lat. Ital. dal Bandiera, p. 8vo; Venezia,
1761.
J. 116
, Notis Varior. 8vo; Amstel. 1687.
123 Crevier, J. B. L. : History of the Roman Emperors, tr. by
J. Mills, 10 v. 8vo; London, 1755.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J. 69
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156
J. 53
J. 51
J. 17
J. 16
J. 167
J. 183
J. I8
J. 181
J. 98
J. 22
J. 128

J. 129

137
45
J. 112
J. 113
J. 114
115
J. 26
26a
J. 47
J. lb
J. 134
134

Cumberland, Richard, (Bishop): Sanchoniatho's Phenician
History, 8vo; London, 1720.
Dalzell, Andrew: Lectures on the Ancient Greeks, 2 v. 8vo;
Edinburgh, 1821.
Danet, Peter: Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities,
4to; London, 1700.
D'Arnay, M: De la Vie Privee des Romains, 12mo; Lau
sanne, 1757.
Dinothus, Rich. : De Rebus et Factis Memorabilibus loci Com
munes Historici, 12mo; Basileae, 1580.
Diogene Lae'rce, 2 -v. 12mo; Paris, 1668.
Diogenes Laertius, et Eunapius, Gr. Lat. 2 v. 12mo; Coloniae
Allobrogum, 1616.
Gr. Lat. Meibomii, 2 v. 4to; Amstel. 1692.
Diodorus Siculus: Bib. Hist, libri XV. de XL, Gr. Stephani,
1559; folio.
Idem, libri 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, Gr. Basileae,
1611; et Lat. Rhodomanni, 4 v. 12mo; Hanoviae, 1611.
Dion. Cassius: Romanae Historiae, Gr. Lat. Xylandri, folio;
exc H. Stephanus, 1592.
Dionysius Halicarnessensis: Opera Omnia, not. var. Gr. Lat,
6 v. 8vo; Lipsiae, 1774.
Op. Om. quae extant, Lat. p. 8vo; Hanov. 1615.
Duncombe, John: Select Works of the Emperor Julian, with
notes from Pelau, La Bleterie, Gibbon, &c 2 v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1784.
Eutropius, cum Metaphrasi Graeca Paeanii, item Sextus Rufus,
Anonymi Oratio Funebris in Constantinum, et Messala
Corvinus, not. var. 8vo; Lugd. Bat. 1729.
Ferguson, Adam: History of the Roman Republic, 8vo; Lon
don, 1825.
Flechier, Esprit: Histoire de Theodose le Grand, 12mo;
Paris, 1682.
Florus, L. Annaeus: Epitome Rerum Romanarum, not. var.
2 v. 8vo; Amst. 1702.
Idem, Delphini, 8vo; Londoni, 1692.
Idem, a J. Sterling, 8vo; Lond. 1738.
Idem, Lat. Eng. by J. Clarke, 8vo;
London, 1774.
Idem, Lat. Fr. par F. de la Mothe le
Vayer, 12mo; Paris, 1670.
The same, Eng. 12mo; London, 1725.
Frontini Strategemata, 16s; Amstel. 1675; in Italian, 12mo;
Ven. 1537.
Gale, Thomas: Historiae Poeticae Scriptores Antiqui, Gr. Lat.
ace. breves Notae et Indices necessarii, p. 8vo; Paris, 1675.
Gibbon, Edward: History of the Decline and Fall of the Ro
man Empire, 13 v. 8vo; London, 1783. (1st vol. missing.)
The same, 8 v. 8vo; London, 1828.

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90
91
89
J. 135
100
85
J. 150
161
36
J. 35
J.

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101
68

J. 44

J. 46

J. 43
19
J. 126

184
J. 142
174
J. 196
J. 193
J. 70
J. 194
J. 39

Gillie, John: History of Greece, 4 v. 8vo; New York, 1814.
History of the World, from Alexander to Au
gustus, 3 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1809.
Goldsmith, Oliver: History of Greece, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1823.
Roman History, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1770.
Hampton, James: General History of Polybius, 3 v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1809.
Harwood, Thomas: Grecian Antiquities, 8vo; Lond. 1801.
Hearne, Thomas: Short System of Universal History, 8vo;
London, 1714.
Helvici Theatrum Historicum, &c folio; Oxoniae, 1662.
Herodian's Life of Commodus, 8vo; London, 1789.
Herodianus, Gr. Lat. Edinburgi, 1724; and tr. into English
by J. Hart, London, 1749; 2 v. 12mo.
Herodotus, Gr. Lat. Gronovii, 9 v. 12mo; Glasguae, 1761.
Foulis ed.
in English, by W. Beloe, 4 v. 8vo; Phila. 1814.
Hill, H. D. : Essays on the Institutions, Government, and
Manners of Ancient Greece, 12mo; London, 1823.
Histoire de Constantinople, de Procope, Agatias, Menandre,
Theophylacte Simocatte, Nicephore, Leon, Nicephore
Bryenne, Anne Comnene, Nicetas, Pachymere, Contacuzene, et Dueas, par Cousin, 8 v. 12mo; Paris, 1685.
Histoire de l'Empire d'Occident, d'Eginard, Tegan, Anonymus, Nitard, St. Bertin, Liutprand, et Vitiquind, par
Cousin, 2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1689.
Histoire Romaine, de Xiphilin, Zonare, et Zosime, par Cousin,
2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1686.
Histoire Universelle de Diodore de Sicile, par Terrasson, 7 v.
12mo; Paris, 1737.
Historiae Augustae Scriptores VI, sc iElius Spartianus, Julius
Capitolinus, iElius Lampridius, Vulcatius Gallicanus, Trebellius Pollio, et Flavius Vopiscus, 2 v. 8vo; Lugd. Bat.
1671.
Historiae Byzantinae Scriptores Tres, Gr. Lat. folio; Coloniae
Allobrogum, 1615.
Historicis Antiquis Collectanea, Gr. Lat. 8vo.
Hooke, N. : Roman History, 4 v. 4to; 5th ed: Lond. 1770-71.
Howel, William: History of the World, 3 v. fol; Lond. 1680.
Josephus, Flavius: Ant. Jud. et Hist, de Bello Judaico, Gr.
Lat. Bernardi, fol; Oxoniae, 1700.
Opera Omnia, Gr. Lat. Havercampii et
Hudsonii, curavit Oberthiir, 6 v. 8vo; Lipsiae, 1782.
Works, Eng. by W. Whiston, fol; Lon
don, 1737.
Juliani Imperatoris Caesares, Gr. Lat. ex rec et cum adnotat.
Th. C. Harles, Svo; Erlangae, 1785.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J. 81 Justinus, Delphini, 8vo.
J. 80
not. var. 2 v. 8vo; Lugd. Bat. 1760.
82
Lat. Eng. by John Clarke, 8vo; Glocester, 1790.
J. 145 Kennet, Basil: Antiquities of Rome, 8vo; London, 1746.
J. 71 Krebsius, J. Tobias: Decreta Romanorum pro Judaeis, e
Josepho: adjunctum est Decretum Atheniensum pro Hyrcano, 8vo; Lipsiae, 1768.
J. 61 Lacombe, James: Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire Ancienne, 12mo; Paris, 1757.
J. 48 Le Beau, Charles: Histoire du Bas Empire, 21 v. 12mo; Paris,
1757-'81: La meme, continuee par M. Ameilhon, 3 v.
12mo; Paris, 1781-'86.
62 Le Clerc,
: Compendium of Universal History, 12mo;
London, 1699.
160 Leigh, Samuel: Scripture Genealogy, from Adam to Christ,
4to; London, 1817.
155 Lempriere, J. : Classical Dictionary, 8vo; London, 1809.
J. 41 . Life of the Emperor Julian, 12mo; London, 1746.
3. 52 Lipsii Antiquitates Romanae, et Fabricii Romae collatio, 12mo;
Londoni, 1692.
J. 186 Livio, del Nardi; 3 v. folio; Venet. 1562.
J. 176 Livius Doujatii, in usum Delphini, 5 v. 4to; Parisiis, 1680.
J. 24 Livius, supplementis Freinshemii etnotisJoan. Clerici, 10 v.
12mo; Amstel. 1710.
136 Livy's History of Rome, Eng. by George Baker, 6 v. 8vo;
London, 1814.
J. 49 Lycosthenes, Conrad : Apophthegmatum Loci Communes, 2 v.
12mo.
J. 28 Macquer, P.: Annales Romaines, 12mo; Paris, 1756.
102a Maps and Plans illustrative of Thucydides, 8vo; Oxford.
198 Marshall, Benjamin: Chronological Tables, fol. ; Oxford, 1712
and 1713.
164 Maurice, Thomas: Ancient History of Hindostan, 2 v. 4to;
London, 1795-'98.
38 Methodepour apprendre facilement l'Histoire Romaines, 1 2mo ;
Londres, 1754.
J. 190 Middleton, Conyers: Life of Cicero, 2 v. 4to; Lond. 1741.
J. 63 Millot, Claude X. : Elemens d'Histoire Generale, 4 v. 12mo;
Paris, 1778.
149
Elements of General History, 5 v. 8vo;
Salem, 1796.
J. 171 Mitford, William: History of Greece, 4 v. 4to; Lond. 1808.
152 Modern Part of Universal History, 8 v. 8vo; London, 1759.
199 Montfaucon, Bernard de: L'Antiquité Expliquee et Repre
sentee en Figures, 10 v. folio; Paris, 1722.
J. 157 Newton, Sir Isaac: Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms, 4to;
London, 1728.

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Nicephori Breviarium Historicum, de rebus gestis ab obitu
Mauricii ad Constantinum usque Copronymum, Gr. Lat.
Petavii, p. 8vo ; Paris. 1616.
138 Niebuhr, B. G: History of Rome, 1stv. 8vo; Camb. 1828.
127 Orosius, p. 4to; Paris. 1506.
117 Paterculus, C. Velleius: Historiae Romanae, not. var. curS P.
Burmanni, 8vo; Lugd. Rat 1719.
118
Idem, cum variis Lectionibus, &c a
J. Hudsoni, 8vo; Oxoniae. 1791.
119
History of Rome, tr. by Geo. Ba
ker, 8vo; London, 1814.
165 Perizonii Commentarii in Epitomen Horat. Tursellini, 3 v.
4to; MS. 1714.
6 Perizonhis, Jac : ^Egvptiarum Originum Investigatio, 12mo;
Lugd. Bat. 1711. "
la
Animadversiones Historicae, 12mo; Amst.
1685.
7
Origines Babylonicae et iEgyptiacae,- 12mo;
Lugd. Bat. 1711.
104 Plutarch's Lives, trans. by J. and W. Langhorne, 6 v. 8vo;
Lond. 1813.

187 Plutarchi Vitae, Gr. Lat. Cruserii, 4 v. p. fol. ; Basileae, 1564.
29
Gr. Lat. Eng. 13 v. 12mo; Edinb. 1774.
144 Polyaeni Strategematum, Gr. Lat. Vulteii, 8vo; Lugd. Bat.
1690.
99 Polybius: Historiarum libri qui supersunt, Gr. Lat. Casauboni, not. var. Gronovii et Ernesti, Lipsiae, 1764; and in
English, by Hampton, Lond. 1772; 8 v. 8vo.
180
Idem, Gr. Lat. Casauboni, folio; Paris. 1619.
158 Potocki, Jean: Chronologie de Manethon, 4to; St. Petersburgh, 1805.
5
Dynasties de Manethon, 12mo; Florence,
1803.
Principes de Chronologie Anterieurs aux
159
Olympiades, 4to; St. Petersburgh, 1810.
97 Potter, John: Antiquities of Greece, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1751.
188 Procopius: Arcana Historia, Gr. Lat. Alemanni, fol.; Lugd.
1623.
15 Quintus Curtius: De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni, Lat. Fr.
de Vaugelas, avec les Supplemens de J. Freinshemius,
trad. par Feu M. Du Ryer, 12mo; Berlin, 1746.
14
Idem, a Maittaire, 12mo; Lond. 1716.
78
The same, in English, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1809.
77
Idem, in usum Delphini, cum Supplemento
Freinshemii, 8vo; Lond. 1705.
76
Idem, not. var. 8vo; Elzevir cd.
197 Raleigh, Sir Walter: Historv of the World, 2 v. fol.; Lond.
1736.

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Richer, Adrien: Abrege Chronologique del'HistoiredesEmpereurs Romaines, 2 v. 12nio; Paris, 1767.
Robertson, Joseph: The Parian Chronicle, or the Chronicle
of the Arundelian Marbles; with a Dissertation concern
ing its authenticity, 8vo; Lond. 1788.
Robertson, William: History of Ancient Greece, 8vo; Edinb.
1821.
Robinson, John: Antiquities of Greece, 8vo; Lond. 1807.
Rogers, Elisa: Lives of the Twelve Caesars, 5 v. 8 vo; Lond.
1811.
Rollin, Charles: Histoire Ancienne, 13 v. 12mo; Amst. 1735
—1741.
Ancient History, 10 v. 12mo; N.York, 1815.
Russell, William: History of Ancient Europe, 3 v. 8vo; Lond.
1815.
Rutherford, William: View of Ancient History, 2 v. 12mo;
Lond. 1809.
Sabbathier, M : Institutions, Manners, and Customs of the
Ancient Nations; trans. from the French, by P. Stockdale,
2 v. 8vo; London, 1776.
Sallust, C. C. : Opera, 16s; Lipsiae: ed. stereotypa.
Idem, a Maittaire, 12mo; Lond. 1725.
Idem, in usum Delphini, 8vo; Lond. 1746.
Idem, quae extant, cum notis variorum, etc
8vo; Cantab. 1710.
Works, tr. by A. Murphy, 8vo; Lond. 1807.
WTorks, tr. by William Rose, 8vo; London,

1813.
Shuckford, Samuel: Connexion of the Sacred and Profane
History of the World; revised and improved by J. Creighton, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1824.
J. 168 Stanley, Thomas: Lives of the Philosophers, 2 v. 4to; Lond.
1743.
J. 83 Stanyan, Temple: Grecian History, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1739.
172 Suetonius, C. Tranquillus: Opera, a J. G. Graevius, 4to;
Hagae-Com. 1691.
J. 122 —
Opera omnia quae extant, in usum
Delphini, 8vo; Lond. 1718.
124
Lives of the First Twelve Caesars,
tr. by Alexander Thompson, 8vo; Lond. 1796.
J. 192 Tacitus, C. C. : Opera, cum Commentariis, accessit C. Velleius Paterculus, cum notis a Lipsio; folio; Antv. 1668.
J. 34 —<—:—
Opera, edition of Brotier, Paris, 1776; with
Span, by Sveyro, Anvers, 1619; and Eng. by Gordon,
Dublin, 1787; 1,2 v. 12mo.
J. 121
—— Opera, a Gronovii, not. var. Elzevir, Amstel.
1672; and Eng. by T. Gordon, Lond. 1737; 9 v. 8vo.
96

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Note.... The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

Tacitus, C. C. : Works, with an Essay on his Life and Genius,
and notes, supplement, &c by Arthur Murphy, 6 v. 8vo;
Phila. 1813.
178 Thucydides: De Bello Peloponnesiaco, Libri Octo, Gr. Lat.
not. var. Hudsonii, folio; Oxoniae, 1696.
J. 191
Idem, Gr. Lat. not. var. Dukeri, folio; Amst.
1731.
Idem, Gr. Lat. ex ed. Wassii et Dukeri, 8 v.
J. 10
12mo; Glasguae, 1759. Foulis ed.
Peloponnesian War, tr. by T. Hobbes, folio;
J. 177
London, 1629.
102
The same, tr. by T. Hobbes, 8vo; London, 1823.
J. 169
The same, tr. by Wm. Smith, 2v. 4to; London,
1753.
102 a
Maps and Plans illustrative of, 8vo; Oxford.
J. 57 Tracts in Ancient History, by Priestley and Fabbroni, 8vo;
Lond. 1785; Firenze, 1783.
J. 50 Tuningius, Gerardus: Apophthegmata Graeca, Latina, Italica,
Gallica, et Hispanica, 12mo; Lugd. Bat. 1609.
J. 20 Tursellinus, Hor. : Epit. Historiarum, 12mo; Ultrajecti, 1710.
J. 151 Universal History, 20 v. 8vo; Lond. 1747.
J. 143 Valerius Maximus, cum notis a Thysius, 8vo.
,
Velleius. See Paterculus.
J. 27 Vertot, D'A. R. A. de: Revolutions de Rome, 3 v. 12mo;
La Haye, 1734.
133
Revolutions of the Roman Republic,
trans. by Ozell, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1724.
95 Volney, C. F. : Recherches Nouvelles sur l'Histoire Ancienne, 3 v. 8vo; Paris, 1814. (present.)
95 a
New Researches on Ancient History, trans.
by Col. Corbet, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1819.
40 Watterston, George: History of Rome, for the use of Schools,
8vo; Washington, 1820. (present.)
140 Wilcox, Joseph: Roman Conversations, 2 v.8vo; Lond. 1792.
73 Xenophon's Cyropaedia, tr. by Ashley, 2 v. in 1, 8vo; Dub
lin, 1798.
84 Xenophon's History of the Affairs of Greece, tr. by W
Smith, 8vo; Lond. 1812.
J. 13 Xenophontis Cyropaedia, Gr. Lat. Hutchinson, 4 v. 12mo;
Glasguae, 1767. Foulis ed.
J 72 The same, in Eng. by Spelman, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1749.
J. 170 Xenophontis Cyropaedia, Gr. Lat. T. Hutchinson, 4to; Oxonii, 1727.
J. 11 Xenophontis Hellenica, et Agesilaus, Gr. Lat. Ed. Wells, 4 v.
12mo; Glasguae, 1762. Foulis ed.
J. 12 Xenophontis Expeditio Cyri, Gr. Lat. ex ed. T. Hutchinson ;
De Magisterio Equitum, Gr. Lat. ex ed. E. Wells, 4 v.
12mo; Glasguae, 1764. Foulis ed.
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of the late President Jefferson-, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.
J. 175
166
153
J. 131

Xiphilinus, Gr. Lat. Blanci, 2 v. 4to; Lutetiae, 1551.
Yorke, Philip, Earl of Hardwicke: Athenian Letters, 2 v.
4to; Lond. 1810.
Young, Sir William: History of Athens, 8vo; Lond. 1804.
Zosimus: Historiae Novae, Gr. Lat. 8vo; Oxonii, 1679.

CHAPTER II

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MODERN HISTORY.

SOUTHERN EUROPE.—Italy, Rome, Florence, Naples, Venice,
Spain, Portugal, France.
NORTHERN EUROPE.—Lapland, Russia, Poland, Hungary,
Sweden, Denmark, Prussia, Germany, Flanders, United
Netherlands, Switzerland, Geneva.
TURKEY, ASIA, AFRICA.
J. 24
J. 82
J. 129
43
42
J. 348
180
181
411
274
104

124
248

Abrege Chronologique del'Histoire d'Espagne etde Portugal,
2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1777.
Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire de Pologne, 12mo; Varsovie, 1763.
Abridgment of the Historical, Geographical, Chronological,
and Poetical Dictionary, 1st vol. 8vo; London, 1703.
Adventures of a French Sergeant, 12mo; London, 1826.
Adventures of a Young Rifleman, 12mo; London, 1826.
Aitzema, Lion: History of the United Netherlands, 1650 and
1651, p. folio; London, 1653.
Alfieri, Victor: Vita di, scritta da esso, 2 v. 8vo; Firenze,
1822.
The same, translated from the Italian, 2 v.
8vo; London, 1810.
Anderson, James: Royal Genealogies, folio; Lond. 1732.
Anderson, William : Sketches of the History and Present State
of the Russian Empire, 8vo; London, 1815.
Angoul§me, Duchess d': Private Memoirs of the Captivity of
the Royal Family of France, in the Tower of the Temple,
12mo; Edinburgh, 1817.
Annals of Europe, or Regal Register, 8vo; London, 1779.
Antommarchi, Dr. F. : Last Days of the Emperor Napoleon,
2 v. 8vo; London, 1825.
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52

132

413
J. 60
J. 218
J. 278
354
253
J. 401

402

46
J. 95
J. 95
J. 95
307
J. 94
342
233

[Chapter 2-

The Works to which the 1etter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

Asiatic Annual Register, from 1799 to 1811, 12 v. 8vo; Lond.
Autobiography, viz: Colley Cibber, Hume, Lilly, Voltaire,
Marmontel, R. Drury, Whitefield, Ferguson, Mary Ro
binson, Charlotte Charke, Lord Herbert, Prince Eugene,
Kotzebue, J. Creichton, W. Gifford, T. Ellwood, L. Holberg, J. H. Vaux, Edward Gibbon, Benvenuto Cellini,
James Lackington, Wolfe Tone, Margravine of Bareith,
George Bubb Doddington, Carlo Goldoni, Vidocq, Ma
dame Du Barri, 30 v. 12mo; London, 1826-'30.
Baily, Francis: Epitome of Universal History, 2 v. 8vo. Lon
don, 1813.
Bareith, Margrave de. See Book of Kings, vols. 1 and 2,
in ch. 3, No. 66.
Barre, Richard (Lord Ashburton): Genealogical Memoirs of
the Royal House of France, 2 v. folio; Lond. 1825. (pres.)
Barri. Anecdotes sur M. la Comtesse du Barri, 12mo; Londres, 1775.
Bastille Devoilee, ou Recueil de Pieces Authentiques pour
servir a son Histoire, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1789-'90.
Bassville, M. de: Vie de Franc.ois Le Fort, 8vo; Geneve,
1786.
Batty, Captain : Campaign in the Western Pyrenees and South
of France, in 1813 and 1814, 4to; London, 1823.
Bausset, L. F. J. de: Private Memoirs of the Court of Na
poleon, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1828.
Bayle, Pierre: Dictionnaire Historique et Critique, 5me ed.
revue, corrigee, et augmentée, avec de la Vie de l'Auteur,
par Maizeaux, 4 v. folio; Amst. 1740.
Historical and Critical Dictionary, trans. into
Eng. with additions, corrections, and observations, by
Bernard, Birch, Lockman, Sale, &c 10 v. folio; London,
1734-'41.
Benger, Eliz. 0.: Memoirs of Elizabeth Stuart, Queen of
Bohemia, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1825.
Bentivoglio, Guido: Della Guerra di Fiandra, 3a parte, 12mo;
Colonia, 1640.
Della Guerra di Fiandra, 1ma parte,
12mo; Colonia, 1635.
Dell' Historia di Fiandri, 2da parte,
12mo; Colonia, 1636.
Opere Storiche,5 v. 8vo; Milano,1806-'7.
Relatione delle Provincie Unite di Fi
andra, 12mo; Brusselles, 1632.
Berington, Joseph: History of the Lives of Abeillard and
Heloisa, 4to; Birmingham, 1788.
Bertrand de Moleville, A. F. : Annals of the French Revo
lution, trans. into English, by R. C. Dallas, 9 v. 8vo;
London, 1800-'2.

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of the 1ate President Jeffebson, when it viae purchased by Congress in 1815.

412

152
153
J,. 51
67
140

393
J. A.
156
186
357
177
178
303
250
, -.
245

169
J. 48
351
252

J. 115

415

Betham, William: Genealogical Tables of the Sovereigns of
the World, from the earliest to the present period, 1795,
folio; London, 1795.
Bigland, John: History of Europe, from 1783 to 1810, 2 v.
8vo; London, 1810.
History of Spain, from the earliest period to
1809, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1810.
Biographia Gallica, 2 v. 12mo; London, 1752.
Biographical Anecdotes of the Founders of the French Revo
lution, 2 v. 12mo; London, 1797.
Biographie Nouvelle des Contemporains, by MM. Arnault,
Jay, Jouy, Norvins, &c 18 v. 8vo; Paris, 1820-'25.' (im
perfect)
Blacker, Valentine: Memoirs of the Mahratta War, 1817-'19,
4to; London, 1821.
Blair, John: Chronology and History of the World, from the
Creation to the Year of Christ 1753, folio; London, 1754.
Blaquiere, Edward: Historical View of the Spanish Revolu
tion, 8vo; London, 1822.
Narrative of a Second Visit to Greece,
8vo; London, 1825.
Boisgelin, Louis de: History of Ancient and Modern Malta,
3 v. 4to; London, 1804.
Bombet, L. A. C. : Lives of Haydn and Mozart, 8vo; Lon
don, 1817.
Memoirs of Rossini, 8vo; Lond. 1824.
Bonaparte, Louis: History of Holland, 3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1820.
Reply to Sir Walter Scott's History of Napoleon, 8vo; London, 1829.
Bonaparte, Napoleon. Memoirs of the History of France, du
ring the reign of Napoleon, dictated by the Emperor, at
St. Helena, 6 v. 8vo; London, 1823.
Botta, Carlos: History of Italy, during the reign of Napo
leon, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1828.
Bourdeille, or Brantome, Pierre de: Memoires des Hommes
Illustres Francois de son temps, 2 v. 16s; Leyde, 1699.
Bourke, Thomas^ History of the Moors in Spain, 4to; Lon
don, 1811.
Bourrienne, M. de: Private Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte,
during the periods of the Directory, the Consulate, and the
Empire, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1830.
Braithwaite, John: Revolutions de Maroc, tr. de l'Anglois,
12mo; Amst. 1731.
Brantome. See Bourdeille. .
Bredow, G. G. : Tabular View of Universal History and
Literature, and Van Bree's Table of Painters, folio; tr.
with considerable additions, by James Bell, Lond. 1824.

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Note,. ..The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

J. 291b Brief Account of the Hospital of St. Elizabeth, in the Elec
torate of Treves, Lat. Eng. 8vo; London, 1786.
317 Briggs, John: History of the Rise of the Mahommedan Power
in India, till the year A. D. 1612, tr. from the original
Persian of Mahomed Kasim Ferishta, 4 v. 8vo; London,
1829.
J. 347 Brower, Christopher: Antiquitates Fuldenses, p. folio; Antverpiae, 1612.
394 Bruce, John: Annals of the East India Company, from 1600
to 1708, 3 v. 4to; London, 1810.
305 Butler, Charles: Life of Erasmus, 8vo; London, 1825.
56
——- Life of Fenelon, 12mo; Baltimore. 1811.
306
Life of Hugo Grotius, 8vo; London, 1826.
291
Notes on the Chief Revolutions of the Prin
cipal States which composed the Empire of Charlemagne,
from 814 to 1806, 8vo; London, 1807.
20 Callcott, Maria: Short History of Spain, 2 v. 12mo; Lond.
1828.
J. 319 Cambridge, Richard Owen: History of the War in India,
between the English and French, from 1750 to 1760, 8vo;
Dublin, 1761.
B. Campagnes Memorables des Français, depuis l'Epoque de
l'Expedition d'Egypte jusqu'a celle du Traite de Pais du
20 Novembre, 1815, 2 v. folio; Paris, 1817.
J. 376 Cantimir, Demetrius: Histoire de l'Empire Othoman, tr. en
Franc,ois, par M. de Joncquieres, 4to; Paris, 1743.
213 Campan, J. L. Henriette Genet: Memoirs of the Private Life
of Marie Antoinette, Queen of France, 8vo; Phila. 1823.
273 Card, Henry: History of the Revolutions of Russia, 8vo;
Lond. 1804.
208
Reign of Charlemagne, 8vo; Lond. 1807.
Caritat. See Condorcet.
J. 73 Carnot. Reponse de Carnot sur la Conjuration du 18 Fructidor, an 5, 12mo; Lond. 1799.
Carvalho. See Pombal.
J. 269 Castéra, J. : Histoire de Catharine II., 3 v. 8vo; Paris, 1800.
J. 68 Castillon, B. : Campagne de la Grande Armee, 12mo; Bor
deaux, 1806.
Cellini, Benvenuto. See Roscoe.
142 Chalmers, Alexander: General Biographical Dictionary, 32 v.
8vo; Lond. 1812.
315 Chamich, Father Michael: History of Armenia, from B. C.
2247 to A. D. 1780; tr. from the original Armenian, by
Joh. Avdall, 2 v. 8vo; Calcutta, 1827.
J. 241 Chas, J. : Sur Bonaparte, Premier Consul de la Republique
Français, 8vo; Paris, 1800.
i. 66 Chateauneuf, A. : Histoire des Generaux qui se sont illustres
dans la Guerre de la Revolution, 5 v. 12mo;Paris,1809-,1Q.

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of the late President Jefferson, whenit was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J.

8
47

196
J. 15
J. 407

39
J. 193
J. 93
147
227
325
289
157
J. 83
334
330
J. 109
J. 110
385
125
J. 338
45
127
J. 204
J. 65
J. 221

Chronologist of the War of 1789 to 1796, 12mo; Lond. 1797.
Claytou, John: Sketches in Biography, 8vo; Edinb. 1825.
Collier, Jeremy. See Moreri.
Collinson, J. : Life of Thuanus, 8vo; Lond. 1807.
Colvin, J. B. : Historical Letters, 12mo; Richmond, 1812.
Comines, Philip de: Memoires,contenansl'Histoire desRoys
Louys XI. et Charles VIII., rev. et cor. par D. Godefroy,
folio; Paris, 1649.
The same, tr. into English; with the Se
cret History of Louis XI., from the Scandalous Chronicle,
2 v. 12mo; Lond. 1823.
Condorcet, J. A. N. Caritat, Marquis de: Vie de Turgot,
8vo; Lond. 1786.
Conestaggio, Jeronimo: Istoria delle Guerre della Germanic
Inferiore, 12mo; Colonia, 1634.
Coote, Charles: Continuation of Russell's Modern Europe,
2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1818.
Correspondence of the Revolution Society in London, with
the National Assembly of France, &c 8vo; Lond. 1792.
Cox, Capt. Hiram: Journal of a Residence in Burmah, in 1797,
edited by his son, 8vo; Lond. 1821.
Coxe, William: History of the House of Austria, from 1218
to 1792, 5v.8vo; Lond. 1820.
Memoirs of the Kings of Spain, from 1700
to 1788, 5 v. 8vo; Lond. 1815.
Coyer, l'Abbe: Histoire de Sobieski, Roi de Pologne, 2 v.
12mo; Varsovie, 1761.
Crabb, George: Universal Historical Dictionary, 2 v. 4to:
Lond. 1825.
Craufurd, Quinton: Sketches of the Hindoos, 2 v. 8vo; Lond.
1792.
Croix, Petis de la: Histoire de Genghizcan, 12mo; Paris, 1710.
Histoire de Timur Bee, 4 v. 12mo; Paris,
1722.
Dalzel, Archibald: History of Dahomy, an inland kingdom
of Africa, 4to; Lond. 1793.
Dangeau, Marquis de: Memoirs of the Court of France, from
1684 to 1720, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1825.
Daniel, Gabriel: Histoire de France, 10 v. 4to; Paris, 1729.
D'Arc Memoirs of Jeanne D'Arc, 2 v. 12mo;Lond, 1824.
D'Aussonne, Lafont: Histoire de Madame de Maintenon, et
de la Cour de Louis XIV., 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1814.
Davila, Enrico Caterino: Istoria delle G(uerre Civili di Francia, 5 v. 8vo; Venezia, 1745.
Desodoards, A. Fantin: Abrege Chronologique de la Revolu
tion de France, 3 v. 12mo; Paris, 1802.
—'
Histoire Philosophique de la Revo
lution de France, 8vo; Paris, 1796.

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Note....The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

J. 30 1
J. 136
J. 1 30
299
195

J. 238
331
254
J.

9
240

410
J. 1 92
362
57
J. 146
J. 112
41
247

J. 149
J. 50
263
74
163
133

De Witt, John : Political Maxims of the State of Holland, 8vo ;
Lond. 1743.
Dictionnaire Biographique des Hommes Marquans de la fin
du 18me Siecle, 8vo;Lond. 1800.
Dictionnaire Historique, par une Societe de Gens de Lettres,
9 v. 8vo; Caen, 1789.
Dillon, J. Talbot: History of Peter the Cruel, King of Castile
and Leon, 8vo; Lond. 1788.
Dobson, Susanna: Life of Petrarch, collected from Memoires
pour la Vie de Petrarch, 8vo. Phila. 1817.
D'Orleans, Ant. Philip. See Montpensier.
Doumouriez. Memoires du Gen. Doumouriez, ecrits par luimeme, 8vo; Hambourg, 1794.
Dow, Alexander: History of Hindostan, tr. from the Persian,
3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1812.
Ducrest, Mademoiselle: Memoirs of the Empress Josephine,
2 v. 12mo; Lond. 1828-9.
Du Fresnoy, Lenglet: Tablettes Chronologiques de l'Histoire
Universelle, 2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1778.
Dumas, Mathieu: Precis des Evenemens Militaires, ou Essais Historiques sur les Campagnes de1799 a 1814, 16 v.
8vo; Paris, 1817-'24.
Cartes et Plans, fol.
Dupuis,
: Memoires sur la Vie et les Ouvrages de Turgot,
8vo; Phila. 1782.
Durazzo, Ippolito: Elogj Storici di Cristoforo Colombo e di
Andrea d'Oria, 4to; Parma, 1781.
Ellis, G. Agar: History of the State Prisoner, commonly
called the Iron Mask, 8vo; Lond. 1826.
Esprit de l'Histoire Generate de l'Europe, depuis l'an 476
jusqu'a la Paix de Westphalie, 8vo; Lond. 1783.
Etat de Tripoly, Tunis, et Alger, 12mo; Rouen, 1703.
Eventful Life of a Soldier, during the late war in Portugal,
Spain, and France, 12mo; Edinb. 1827.
Fain, Baron: Manuscript of 1814; a History of the Events
which led to the Abdication of Napoleon, 8vo; Lond. 1823.
Fantin. See Desodoards.
Faria i Sousa: Epitome de las Historias Portuguesas, p. 4to;
Madrid, 1628.
Forbin, Claude: Memoires, 2 v. 12mo; Amst. 1730.
Fouche. Memoirs of Joseph Fouche, Duke of Otranto, 2 v.
8vo; Lond. 1825.
Sketch of the Life of Fouche, 12mo; Phila. 1817.
Foy, General: History of the War in the Peninsula, under
Napoleon, 3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1827.
Froissart, Sir John: Chronicles of England, France, Spain,
&c tr. from the French, with additions, by Thomas
Johnes, 13 v. 8vo; Lond. 1808.

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of the late President Jefpebson, when it was purchased" by Congress in 1815.

J. 332

Gazettes de Leyde, 1781, '85, '88; '90 to '95; and 1804-'5,
11 v. p. 4to.
235 Genlis. Memoirs of the Countess de Genlis, written by her
self, tr. from the French, 2 v. 8vo; New York, 1825.
J. 360 Giannone, Pietro: Istoria Civile del Regno di Napoli, 4 v.
4to; Palmyra, 1762.
J. 361
- Opere Postume, 4to; Lausanna, 1760.
408 Girard, P. S. : Life of the Duke of Espernon, tr. into Eng.
by Charles Cotton, folio; Lond. 1670.
194 Goethe. Memoirs of Goethe, by himself, 8vo; New York,
1824.
261 Gourgaud, Gaspard: Campaign of 1815; or a Narrative of the
Military Operations which took place in France and Bel
gium during the Hundred Days, 8vo; London, 1818.
260
Napoleon and the Grand Army in Rus
sia, or a Critical Examination of Count Philip de Segur's
Work, 8vo; Phila. 1825.
200 Grimm, Baron de. Historical and Literary Memoirs and An
ecdotes, from the Correspondence of Baron de Grimm and
Diderot, 1753 to 1790, 4 v. 8vo; Lond. 1815.
J. 283 Grimoard, Comte de: Tableau de la Vie et du Regne de
Frederic le Grand, 8vo; Londres, 1788.
J. 368 Grotius, Hugo: Annales et Historiae de Rebus Belgicis, fol. ;
Arat. 1657.
167 Guicciardini, Francesco: History of Italy, from 1490 to 1532,
tr. into English by A. P. Goddard, 10 v. 8vo; London,
1753-'56.
J. 16
II Sacco di Roma, 12mo; Colonia,
1758.
J. 403
Istoria d'ltalia, 2 v. fol. ; Venezia,
1738.
292 Hall, C. Henry: Life of Andrew Hofer, the Tyrolese Pa
triot, 8vo; Lond. 1820.
143 Hallam, Henry: View of the State of Europe during the
Middle Ages, 4 v. 8vo; Phila. 1821.
291a Halliday, Sir Andrew: Annals of the House of Hanover, 2 v.
8vo; Lond. 1826.
329 Hamilton, Francis: Genealogies of the Hindus, fol. and 8vo;
Edinb. 1819. ("present. )
J. 6 Hardie, James: American Remembrancer, 12mo; Phil. 1795.
Haydn. See Bombet.
251 Hazlitt, William: Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, 1st and 2d
v. 8vo; Lond. 1828.
J. 91 Heiss,John: Histoire de l'Empire, 3 v. 12mo; LaHaye, 1685.
J. 367 Helvicus, Christopher: Chronological History, fol.; Lond.
1687.
J. 33 Henault, C. J. F. : Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire de
France, 2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1775.

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J. 27
J. I11
J. 30
J. 30
J. 30
128
414
151
185
J. 223
103
19

J. 10
187
211
206

255
264
155
J. 61
J. 225
J. 226

J. 308

Histoirede la Conjuration de Portugal en 1640, 12mo; Paris,
1689.
Histoire des Etats Barbaresques, traduite de l'Anglois, 2 v.
12mo; Paris, 1757.
Histoire de France, de Velly,
420—1315, 1-7 vs.
de Villaret, ► 30 v. 12mo; Paris, 1761-'86.
1314—1466, 8-17 vs.
de Garnier,
1469—1560, 17-30 vs.
Historical Account of all the Orders of Knighthood at present
existing in Europe, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1804.
Historical Account of the Colony of New South Wales, fol. ;
Lond. 1821.
Historical View of the Revolutions of Portugal since the close
of the Peninsular War, 8vo; Lond. 1827.
Historyjof Modern Greece, with a View of its Geography and
Antiquities, 8vo; Boston, 1827. (2 copies.)
History of the late Revolution in France, 2 v. in 1, 8vo;
Phila. 1794.
History of the Siege of Toulon in 1707, 12mo; London, 1746.
Holland, Lord H. R. : Some account of the Lives and Writ
ings of Lope de Vega and Guillen de Castro, 2 v. 12mo;
Lond. 1817.
Hornot,
: Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire Universelle, 12mo; Amst. 1757.
Howe, Samuel G. : Historical Sketch of the Greek Revolu
tion, 8vo; New York, 1828.
Hue, Francis: History of Louis XVI. ; tr. by R. C. Dallas,
8vo; Lond. 1806.
Huet, P. D. Memoirs of the Life of Peter Daniel Huet,
Bishop of Avranches, written by himself; translated from
the Latin, with copious notes, &c by John Aikin, 2 v.
8vo; Lond. 1810.
Hugo. Memoires du General Hugo, precede des Memoires
du General Aubertin, 3 v. 8vo; Paris, 1823.
Ireland, W. H. : France for the Last Seven Years, or the
Bourbons, 8vo;Lond. 1822.
Irving, Washington: Chronicle of the Conquest of Granada,
2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1829.
Isle, Francis de l': Legende de Charles, Cardinal de Lorraine.
&c 12mo; Reims, 1576.
Ivernois, Sir Francis de: Revolutions de France et de Geneve,
8vo; Lond. 1795.
Tableau Historique et Politique des
Pertes que la Revolution et la Guerre ont causees au Peuple Français, 8vo; Lond. 1799.
1
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Revolutions de Geneve, 2 v. 8vo; Geneve, 1782.

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J. 159
J. 80
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J. 406
J. 363
J. 372
J. 280
105
258

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J. 219
J. 117
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Johnson,
: History of the United Provinces, from 1780
to 17S7, 8vo; Lond. 1787.
Joinville, John Lord de: Memoirs, containing a History of
part of the Life of Louis IX., King of France, with notes,
&c translated by T. Johnes, 2 v. 4to; Hafod, 1807.
Jones, John T. : Account of the War in Spain, Portugal, and
South of France, from 1808 to 1814, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1821.
Jornandes, (Bp. ) : Histoire des Goths, tr. du Latin, par Drouet
de Maupertuis, 12mo; Paris, 1703.
Jortin, John: Life of Erasmus, folio; Lond. 1758.
Journal of the Campaigns, and Adventures in England, Ireland)
Denmark, Spain, Italy, &c by an Officer of the King's
Roman Legion, 8vo; Lond. 1827.
Jovius, Paulus: Historiarum sui temporis, 2 v. in 1, fol.; Lu
tetiae, 1558 and 1560.
Justinianus, Pet. : Rerum Venetarum Historia, fol. ; Venetiis,
1576.
Kaempfer, Engelbertus: History of Japan, tr. into Eng. by J.
G. Scheuchzer, 2 v. fol. ; Lond. 1727.
Komarzewski, M. de: Coup d'Œuil sur la Decadence de la
Pologne, 8 vo; Paris, 1807.
Kotzebue, Aug. Von: Account of his Exile into Siberia, tr.
by B. Beresford, 3 v. 12mo; Lond. 1802.
Labaume, Eugene: Circumstantial Narrative of the Campaign
in Russia, tr. from the French, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1815.
(2 copies.)
Lacombe, J.: Abrégé Chronologique de l'Histoire du Nord;
ou des Etats de Dannemarc, de Russie, de Swede, &c, 2 v.
12mo; Paris, 1762.
Lacretelle, Charles: Histoire de France, pendant le Dix-Hui
tième Siècle, 12 v. 8vo; Paris, 1819-'25.
Histoire de la Revolution Français, 6 v.
8vo; Paris, 1821-'25.
Ladvocat, John Baptist: Dictionnaire Historique et Bibliogra
phique, 3 v. 12mo; Paris, 1777; Supplement, 1 v. 1779.
Lamballe, Princess: Secret Memoirs of the Royal Family of
France, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1826.
Lamigue, J : Histoire du Prince d'Orange et de Nassau, 2 v.
12mo; Lewarde, 1715.
Langlès, L. : Instituts de Tamerlan, 8vo; Paris, 1787.
Las Cases, Emmanuel, Comte de: Journal of the Private Life
and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon, at St. Helena,
4 v. 8vo; London, 1824.
Latude, Henri Masers de: Histoire d'une Detention de trenteneuf Ans, dans les Prisons d'Etat, 8vo; Amst. 1787.
Laugier de Tassy: Histoire d'Alger, 12mo; Amst. 1725.
Leake, William Martin: Historical Outline of the Greek .Re
volution, 8vo; London, 1826.
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Lempriere, John: Universal Biography, 2 v. 8vo; N. York>
1810.
139
:
Universal Biography, with additions, by
E. Lord, 2 v. 8vo; New York, 1825.
J. 309 Le Philadelphien a Geneve, ou Lettres d'un American sur la
dernier Revolution de Geneve, &c, 8vo; Dublin, 1783.
59 Letters of Pope Clement XIV., (Ganganelli,) 2 v. 12mo; Lon
don, 1781.
59a Letters of the Swedish Court, time of Gustavus III., 12mo.
327 Leyden, John: Malay Annals, tr. from the Malay language;
with an Introduction, by Sir T. S. Raffles, 8vo; Lond. 1821.
313 Life of Ali Pacha, of Jannina, including a Compendious His
tory of Modern Greece, 8vo; London, 1823.
174 Life of Joanna, Queen of Naples, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1824.
275 Lloyd, H. E. : Life of Alexander, Emperor of Russia, 8vo;
London, 1826.
J.j 85 Loccenius, J.: Rerum Suecicarum Historia, p. Svo; Holmiae,
1654.
Londonderry. See Vane, Ch. William.
J. 53 Louis XIV. Lettres de Louis XIV., par Morelly, 2 v. 16s;
Paris, 1755.
J. 371 Ludolphus, Job: History of Ethiopia, tr. into Eng. by J. P.
fol. ; London, 1684.
J. 312 Lusignan, S. : History of the Revolt of Ali Bey against the
Ottoman Porte, 8vo; London, 1783.
J. 17 Machiavelli, Niccolo: Opere Inedite, 1° vol. 12mo; Londra,
1768.
316 Maffei, Gio Pietro: Le Istorie dell' Indie Orientali; trad. di
Latino in lingua Toscano, da M. Francesco Serdonati, 3 v.
8vo; Milano, 1806.
373 Mailla, J. A. M. de Moyriac de: Histoire Generate de la Chi
ne, ou Annales de cet Empire, traduites du Tong-Kien
Kang-Mou, 12 v. 4to; Paris, 1777—1783.
70 Maitland, Captain F. L. : Narrative of the Surrender of Bona
parte, 12mo; Boston, 1826.
379 Malcolm, Sir John: History of Persia, from the most early
period to the present time, 2 v. 4to; London, 1825.
320
Memoir of Central India, including Malwa, &c,2 v. 8vo; London, 1824.
321
Political History of India, from 1784 to
1823, 2 v. Svo; London, 1826.
J. 87 Mallet, Paul Henry: Histoire de Dannemarc, 6 v. 12mo; Ge
neve, 1763.
268a
Northern Antiquities, or a Description
of the Manners, &c of the Ancient Danes and the North
ern Nations; tr. from the French, with notes, &c, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1770.
J. 101 Mandrillon, J.: Revolution des Provinces Unies, en. 1787,.
12mo; Paris, 1791.

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J. 18

Mariana, Juan de: Historia deEspana, 11 v. 12mo; Amberes,
1737.
J. 63 Marmontel, J. F. : (Euvres Posthumes, 4 v. 12mo; Paris, 1804.
J. 11 Martiniere, Bruzen la: Introduction a l'Histoire de l'Asie, de
l'Afrique, et de l'Amerique, 2 v. 12mo; Amst. 1735.
380 Maurice, Thomas: Modern History of Hindostan, 2 v. 4to;
London, 1802-'3.
381
Supplement to the Modern History of In
dia, 4to; London, 1810.
344 Medallic History of Napoleon, from 1796 to 1815, 4to; Lon
don, 1819.
J. 55 Memoires de Madame Pompadour, 12mo; Liege, 1768.
J. 276 Memoires Secrets sur la Russie, 2 v. 8vo; Amsterdam, 1800.
J. 62 Memoires de Voltaire, 12mo; Amst. 1785.
64 Memoirs of Gabrini de Rienzi, from the French of Brumoy
and Cerceau, 12mo; London.
197 Memoirs of Henry the Great, and of the Court of France dur
ing his reign, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1824.
172 Memoirs of the Carbonari, &c, in Italy, 8vo; London, 1821.
214 a Memoirs of the Marchioness de Laroche Jaquelein, 8vo;
Phil. 1816.
267 Meredith, Wm. G. : Memorials of Charles John, King of Swe
den and Norway, 8vo; London, 1829.
J. 29 Mezeray, Fr. de: Histoire de France, 7 v. 12mo; [1st v. want
ing,] Amst. 1701.
231 Mignet, A. F. : History of the French Revolution, from 1789
to 1814, 8vo; New York, 1827.
389 Mill, James: History of British India, 3 v. 4to; Lond. 1817.
118 Miller, J. P. : Condition of Greece in 1827 and 1828, 8vo; N.
York, 1828.
J. 31 Millot, C. F. X.: Elemensde l'Histoire de France, 3v. 12mo;
Paris, 1787.
J. 14
Histoire Moderne, 5 v. 12mo; Paris, 1777.
144 Mills, Charles: History of Chivalry, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1826.
183
Travels of Theodore Ducas, 2 v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1822.
J. 18 Miniana, J. Manuel: Continuacion de la Historia de España
del J. de Mariana, 5 v. 12mo; Amberes, 1739.
409 Mirabeau, le Compte de: Atlas de la Monarchie Prussienne,
folio; Londres, 1788.
72
Gallery of Portraits of the Nation
al Assembly, 12mo; Dublin, 1790.
J. 286
Histoire Secrete de la Cour de Ber
lin, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1789.
J. 287
,— The same, in English, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1789.
234 Mirabeau. Memoires sur la Vie et les Ecrits de Mirabeau, 4 v.
8vo; Paris, 1824.
1 Mnemonica, or Chronological Tablets, 12mo; Balt. 1812.

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355
J. 76
J. 395
J. 396
J. 397
J. 398

J. 398
179
205

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384

358

Molesworth, Robert, Viscount: Account of Denmark as it
was in 1692, 12mo; Glasgow, 1752.
Moncada, Fr. de: Expedicion de los Catalanes y Aragoneses
contra Turcos et Griegos. p. 8vo; Madrid, 1717.
Monstrelet, Enguerrand de: Chronicles, being a continuation
of Froissart, &c, to the year 1516, tr. by Thomas Johnes,
13 v. 8vo; London, 1810.
Montbarey, Prince de: Memoires Autographes, 2 v. 8vo; Pa
ris, 1826.
Montpensier. Memoirs of the Duke of Montpensier, writ
ten by himself, tr. from the French, 8vo; London, 1824.
Moor, Edward: Account of Hindu Infanticide, &c, 4to; Lon
don, 1811.
Narrative of the War against Tippoo Saib, 4to;
London, 1794.
Moore, James: Campaign of the British Army in Spain, 4to;
London, 1809.
Moore, John: Journal of a Residence in France, in 1792, 2 v.
12mo; Philadelphia, 1794.
Moreri, Louis: Grand Dictionnaire Historique, 6 v. folio; Pa
ris, 1725.
Nouveau Supplement au Grand Diet. Hist, de
Moreri, 2 v. folio; Paris, 1735.
La meme, 2 v. folio; Paris, 1749.
Great Historical Dictionary, translated from
the French, by Jeremy Collier, (2d ed.) 2 v. folio; Lon
don, 1701.
.
Supplement and Appendix to the above, trans.
by Collier, 2 v. folio; London, 1705 and 1721.
Morgan, Lady: Life of Salvator Rosa, 2 v. 8vo; Lon. 1824.
Mornay. Memoires et Correspondance de Duplessis-Mornay,
(edition complete,) precedee des Memoires de Madame de
Mornay, ecrits par elle-meme, pour l'instruction de son fils,
12 v. 8vo; Paris, 1824.
Motte, Comtesse de la. See Book of Kings, vols. 3 and 4,
chap 3, No. 66.
'
Mounteney, Barclay: Historical Inquiry into the Principal
Circumstances and Events relative to the Emperor Napo
leon, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1824.
Mozart. See Bombet.
Muhammed Baber. Memoirs of Zehir-Ed-Eddin Muhammed
Baber, Emperor of Hindustan, written by himself, in the
Jaghatai Turki, and translated by Dr. Leyden and W. Erskine, Esq., 4to; London, 1826.
Muratori. Lud. Antonio: Annali d'Italia,dal Principio dell' era
Volgare sino all' anno 1 750, colle Prefazioni Critiche di
Giu. Catalani, 12 v. 4to; Monaco, 1761-'64.

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Muratori, Lud. Antonio: Annali d'ltalia, dall' anno di Cristo
1750 fino all' anno 1771; per servire di Continuazione a
quei del proposto L. A. Muratori, 4to; Livorno, 1772.
404
Rerum Italicarum Scriptores, ab anno
aerae Christianae 500 ad 1500,25 v. folio; Mediolani, 1723
-1751.
405
Rerum Italicarum Scriptores, ab anno
aerae Christianae 1000 ad 1600, 2 v. folio; Florentiae, 1748
-1770.
352 Murphy, J. Cavanah: History of the Mahometan Empire in
Spain, 4to; London, 1816.
162 Napier, W. F. P.: History of the War in the Peninsula, from
1807 to 1814, 1st and 2d vols. 8vo; Lond. 1828-9.
294 Naylor, F. Hare: History of the Helvetic Republics, 4 v. 8vo;
Lond. 1809.
293
Civil and Military History of Germany, 3 v.
8vo; Lond. 1816.
J. 99 Neuville, M. de la: Histoire de la Hollande, 1609-1679, 4 v.
12mo; Paris, 1702.
J. 285 CEuvres de Frederic II., Roi de Prusse, 17 v. 8vo; 1790.
J. 79 Olai Magni Gentium Septentrionalium Histories Breviarium,
12mo; Amst. 1669.
243 O'Meara, Barry E. : Napoleon in Exile, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1822.
126 Orleans, Elizabeth C, Duchess of: Secret Memoirs of the
Court of Louis XIV., 8vo; Lond. 1824.
171 Orloff, le Comte Gregoire: Memoires sur le Royaume de
Naples, avec des Notes et des Additions, par A. Duval,
5 v. 8vo; Paris, 1825
326 Origin of the Pindarees, with Historical Notices of the Differ
ent Mahratta States, 8vo; Lond. 1818.
382 Orme, Robert: Historical Fragments of the Mogul Empire,
of the Morattoes, and of the English concerns in Indostan,
from the year 1659, 4to; Lond. 1805.
J. 222 Paganel, Pierre: Essai sur la Revolution Francais, 3 v. 8vo;
Paris, 1810.
J. 108 Palafox, Juan de: Historia de la Conquista de la China por el
Tartaro, p. 8 vo; Paris, 1670.
J. 388 Parker, Mr. : Evidence of our Transactions in the East Indies,
with an Inquiry into the General Conduct of Great Britain
to other Countries, from the Peace of Paris in 1763, 4to;
Lond. 1782.
J. 86 Peleus, Julien: Histoire de la Derniere Guerre de Suede, p.
8vo; Paris, 1622.
J. 78 Pelloutier, Simon: Histoire des Celtes, 2 v. 12mo; La Haye,
1750.
168 Percival, George: History of Italy, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1825.
J. 38 Perefixe, Hardouin de: Histoire du Roy Henri le Grand, 12mo;
Paris, 1662.
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295
J. 336
J. 150
258a
J. 370
154
239
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Perizonius, I. : Rerum per Europam Maxime Gestarum, ab
ineunte Saaculo XVI. usque ad Caroli V. mortem, &c
Commentarii Historici, 12mo; Lugd. Bat. 1716.
Pfeffel, M. : Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire et du Droit
Public d'Allemagne, 2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1777.
Philippart, John: Memoirs and Campaigns of Charles John,
Prince Royal of Sweden, 8vo; Baltimore, 1815.
Memoirs of General Moreau, 8vo; Phila.
1816.
Picture of Greece in 1825, as exhibited in the Personal Nar
ratives of J. Emerson, Count Pecchio, and Wm. H. Hum
phreys, 2 v. 12mo; Lond. 1826.
Pidou de St. Olon: Estat present de l'Empirede Maroc, 12mo;
Paris, 1694.
Pignotti, Lorenzo: History of Tuscany, tr. into English by
J. Browning, 4 v. 8vo; Lond. 1823.
Planta, Joseph: History of the Helvetic Confederacy, 3 v.
8vo; Lond. 1807.
Platiere, Comte de la: Galerie Universelle desHommes Illustres, 4 v. 4to; Paris, 1787.
Pombal. Anecdotes du Ministere du Marquis de Pombal,
8vo; Varsovie, 1784.
Porter, Robert Ker: Narrative of the Campaign in Russia, in
1812, 12mo; Phila. 1815.
Potocki, Jean: Histoire Ancienne des Provinces del'Empire
de Russie, 3 liv. 4to; St. Petersburgh, 1804-'5.
Power, George: History of the Musulmans in Spain and Por
tugal, 8vo; Lond. 1815.
Precis des Evenemens Militaires, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1800-'1.
Price, David: Memoirs of the Principal Events of Mahommedan History, 4 v. 4to; Lond. 1811.
Essay towards the History of Arabia, 4to ; Lond.
1824.
Priestley, Joseph: Description and Chart of Biography, 12mo;
Lond. 1785.
Description and Chart of History, 12mo;
Lond. 1789.
Description and Chart of Biography, 8vo;
Phila. 1803.
Lectures on Histery, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1793.
Prince de Ligne's Letters and Reflections, edited by the Ba
roness De Stael, tr. by Boileau, 12mo; Phila. 1809. (2
copies. )
Prinsep, Henry T. : History of the Political and Military
Transactions in India, during the administration of the
Marquess of Hastings, from 1813 to 1823, 2 v. 8vo; Lond.
1825.
Private Memoirs of the Court of Louis XVIII., by a Lady,
2 v. 8vo; London, 1830.

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J. 339
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345
J. 340
131
207
383
256
160
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J. 49
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J. 84
J. 102
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J. 353
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J. 220
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J. 365
J. 166

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Puffendorff, Samuel: Introduction a l'Histoire de l'Univers,
4 v. 12mo; Amst. 1732.
Introduction to the History of Europe,
8vo; London, 1711.
Quincy, Marquis de: Histoire Militaire du Regne de Louis le
Grand, Roy de France, 7 v. 4to; Paris, 1726.
Raffles, T. Stamford: History of Java, 2 v. 4to; Lond. 1817.
Rainsford, Marcus: Historical Account of the Black Empire
of Hayti, 4to; London, 1805.
Ramsay, A. M. : Histoire de Turenne, 2 v. 4to; Paris, 1735.
Ramsay, David: Universal History, 9 v. 8vo. Phil. 1819.
Ranken, Alexander: History of France, from 486 to 1793,
9 v. 8vo; Lond. 1801-'22.
Ranking, John : Historical Researches on the Wars and Sports
of the Mongols and Romans, 4to; Lond. 1826.
Rapp. Memoirs of General Count Rapp, First Aide-de-Camp
to Napoleon, written by himself, 8vo; Lond. 1823.
Recollections of the Peninsula, 8vo; Lond. 1824.
Reign of Terror; or Horrors committed by the Government
of France, under Marat and Robespierre; tr. from the
French, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1826.
Retz, Cardinal de: Memoires, 5 v. 12mo; Amst. 1718.
Memoirs, tr. by T. Evans, 3 v. 8vo; PhiL
1817.
Revolutions de Hongrie, 6 v. 12mo; La Haye, 1739.
Richer, Adrien: Vie de Michel De Ruyter, 12mo; Paris,
1783.
Robertson, William: Historical Disquisition concerning the
knowledge which the Ancients had of India, 8vo; Phila1812.
— History of Charles V., 3 v. 4to; Lon
don, 1769.
History of Charles V., 3v. 8vo; Phila.
1812.
Rocca, M. de: Memoirs of the French War in Spain, tr. by
Maria Graham, 12mo; Boston, 1816.
Roland, Marie J. Philepon: Appel a l'Impartiale Postérity,
2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1795.
Roscoe, Thomas: Memoirs of Benvenuto Cellini, written by
himself, with the notes of G. P. Carpani, (a translation,)
2 v. 8vo; London, 1823.

Memoirs of Scipio de Ricci, from the ori
ginal of M. de Potter, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1829.
Roscoe, William: Lifeof Leo X., 4 v. 4to; Liverpool, 1805.
Life of Lorenzo de Medici, 3 v. 8vo;
Phila. 1803.
Rossini, G. See Bombet.
Rovigo. Memoirs of the Duke of Rovigo, written by himself,
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J. 116
J. 350
J. 399
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J. 387
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J. 237

J. 268
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J. 288
J. 21
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210

Rulhiere, Claude: History, or Anecdotes of the Revolution
in Russia, in 1762; tr. from the French, 8vo; Lond. 1797.
Histoire de l'Anarchie et du Demembrement de Pologne, 4 v. 8vo; Paris, 1807.
Russell, Lord J. : Memoirs of the Affairs of Europe, from
the Peace of Utrecht, 1st and 2d v. 4to; Lond. 1824.
Russell, William: History of Modern Europe, to the Peace
of Paris, in 1763, 5 v. 8vo; Lond. 1786. See Coote.
Sage, M. le: Historical, Genealogical, Chronological, and Geo
graphical Atlas, folio; London, 1813.
Saint-Allais, Viton de: L'Art de Verifier les Dates des Faits
Historiques, 23 v. 8vo; Paris, 1819.
Saint-Gervais, N. : Memoire sur le Royaume de Tunis, 12mo;
Paris, 1736.
Saint-Simon, Marquis de: Histoire de la Guerre des Alpes,
ou Campagne de 1744, 4to; Amst. 1770.
Salmon, Thomas: Modern History, or Present State of all
Nations, (3d ed.) 3 v. folio; London, 1744-'46.
Samuels, M.: Memoirs of Moses Mendelsohn, 8vo; London,
1825.
San Roman, Antonio de: Historia General de la Yndia Ori
ental, p. folio; Valladolid, 1603.
Sarrazin, General: History of the War in Spain and Portugal,
from 1807 to 1814, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1815.
Satadin, Charles: Coup d'OZuil Politique sur le Continent,
8vo; London, 1800.
Savary. See Rovigo.
Scheffer, Jo. : Lapponia, p. 4to; Francofurti, 1673.
Scott, Sir Walter: Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, 3 v. 8 vo;
Philadelphia, 1827. (2 copies.)
Secret Memoirs of the Court of St. Petersburgh, 8vo; Phila
delphia, 1802.
Secret Memoirs of the Royal Family of France, 2 v. 8vo.
Segur, Count Philip de: History of the Expedition to Russia,
undertaken by the Emperor Napoleon, in 1812, 8vo; Phi
ladelphia, 1825.
Segur. Memoirs and Recollections of Count Segur, written
by himself, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1826.
Segur, L. P.: History of Frederic William II., 3 v. 8vo;
London, 1801.
Sempere, Juan: Historia del Luxo, y de las Leyes Suntuarias
de Espana, 2 v. 12mo; Madrid, 1788.
Shepherd, William: Life of Poggio Bracciolini, 4to; Liver
pool, 1802.
Shoberl, Frederic: History of the House of Saxony, 8vo;
London, 1816.
Sismondi, J. C. L. Simonde de: Histoire des Frantjais, 9 v.
8vo; Paris, 1821-'26.

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Sismondi, J. C. L. Simonde de: Histoire des Republiques
Italiennes du Moyen Age, 11 v. 8vo; Paris, 1826.
Sketches of the History of France, from the earliest time to
1806, by an American, 13mo; Richmond, 1806.
Smyth, J. Carmichael: Chronological Epitome of the Wars
in the Low Countries, from 1659 to 1815, 8vo; Lond. 1825.
Snodgrass, Major J. J.: Narrative of the Burmese War, 1824
— 1826, 8vo; London, 1827.
Soirees de Ferney, ou Confidences de Voltaire, 8vo; Paris,
1802.
Soulavie, John Lewis: Historical and Political Memoirs of
Louis XVI., tr. from the French, 6 v. 8vo; Lond. 1602.
Sousa. See Faria.
Southey, Robert: History of the Peninsular War, vols. 1 —
4, 8vo; London, 1828.
Stael, Baroness de: Considerations on the Principal Events
of the French Revolution, 2 v. 8vo; New York, 1818.
Memoirs of the Private Life of her Fa
ther, (M. Necker,) 8vo; London, 1818.
TenYears'Exile,12mo; New York, 1821.
Stanhope, Col. L.: Greece, in 1823 and 1824, 8vo; Lond. 1824.
Stanyan, Temple: Account of Switzerland in 1714, 12mo;
Edinburgh, 1756.
Stephanus, Carolus: Dictionarium Historicum, Geographicum;
recensuit, emaculavit, &c N. Lloydius, fol. ; Oxonii, 1671.
Stewart, Charles: History of Bengal, 4to; London, 1813.
Stockler, Fr. de Borja Garcao: Obras, 1° v. 12mo; Lisboa,
1805.
Strada, Famianus: De Bello Belgico, 2 v. 12mo; Romae, 1648.
Guerras de Flandes; y Dondino de lo que
hizd en Francia, Alex. Farnese; tr. por R. P. Melchior de
Novar, 7 v. 12mo; Amberes, 1748.
La Guerre de Flahdre, tr. par P. Du Ryer,
2v. folio; Paris, 1659-'61.
Le raeme, tr. par P. Du Ryer, 2 v. 12mo;
Anvers, 1705. (imperfect.)
Sturt, John: Chronological Tables of Europe, from the Na
tivity of our Saviour to the year 1726, 12mo; Lond. 1726.
Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna, &c ob. fol.
Sully, Max. deBethune, Ducde: Memoires, 8 v. 12mo; Londres, 1778.
Memoirs, tr. by Charlotte
Lennox, 5 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1817.
Tableau des Revolutions d'Allemagne, par J. H. D. B., 2 v.
12mo; Paris, 1787.
Tableaux Historiques de la Revolution Francaise, 3 v. gr. fol. ;
Paris, 1804.
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392
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J. 400
J. 270
271

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J. 290

J. 310

J. 189

J. 148
J. 89

Tableaux Historiques des Campagnes d'ltalie, depuis l'an IV.
jusqu'ala Iktaille de Marengo, folio; Paris, 1806.
Thiebault, Dieudonne: Original Anecdotes of Frederick II.,
2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1805.
Thiebault, Paul: Journal of the Blockade and Siege of Genoa,
tr. by J. Maunde, 8vo; Lond. 1809.
Thorn, William: Memoirs of the Conquest of Java, 4to;
Lond. 1815.
Memoirs of the War in India, from 1803
to 1806, 4to; Lond. 1818.
Thuanus, J. Auguste de: Histoire Universelle, avec la Suite,
par Rigault, 11 v. 4to; Basle, 1742.
Historia sui Temporis, [1545—1608,] 7 v. folio;
Lond. 1733.
Tooke, William: Life of Catharine II., Empress of Russia,
2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1802.
View of the Russian Empire, during the
reign ol Catharine II., and to the close of the 18th Centu
ry, 3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1800.
Toulongeon, F. Emmanuel: Histoire de France, depuis la
Revolution de 1789, jusqu'a la mort de Robespierre, 2 v.
4to; Paris, 1801-'3.
Tracts. —Eloge de l'lmperatrice Reine Marie-Therese, par
M. l'Abbe Frisi, tr. de l'ltalien, 8vo; Amst. 1785.—His
toire de la Guerre et des Negociations qui ont precede la
Traite de Teschen, 8vo;Neuchatel, 1783.
Tracts.—Lettre de M de Peyssonnel, sur les Memoires du
Baron de Tott, 8vo; Amst. 1785. —Considerations sur la
Guerre A ctuelle des Turcs, par M. de Volney, 8vo; Londres, 1788. —Examen du livre intitule Considerations sur
la Guerre Actuelle des Turcs, par M. de Volney, par M.
de Peyssonnel, 8vo; Amst. 1788.
Tracts. —Memoires pour servir a la Vie de M. de Voltaire,
6crits par lui-meme, 8vo; Berlin, 1784. —Histoire du Siege
de Gibraltar, 8vo; Madrid, 1783. —Lettre du Comte de
Mirabeau a * * *, sur MM. de Cagliostro et Lavater, 8vo;
Berlin, 1786. —Correspondence Secrete, concernant la
Constitution de la Prusse, depuis le Regne de FredericGuillaume II.,8vo; Potsdam, 1788. —Memoire d'un Fran
cois qui soit de l'Esclavage, par M. Follie, 8vo; Amst.
1785.—Eloge Historique de l'Abb6 de Mably, par M.
l'Abbe Brizard, 8vo; Paris, 1787.
Tracts. —Portrait de Philippe II., Roi d'Espagne, par Mons.
Mercier, 8vo; Amst. 1.785. —La Destruction de la Ligue,
&c. en quatre actes, 8vo; Amst. 1782.
Tracts. —Vie Privee du Prince Henri de Prusse; Berlin,
1785. —Apologia por los Agotos de Navarra, por de Lardizabal, 12mo; Madrid, 1786.

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Treuttel, J. G. : Traits Characteristiques, et Anecdotes de
Frederic II., 8vo; Strasbourg, 1788.
Vie de Frederic IL, Roi de Prusse, 4 v.
8vo; Strasbourg, 1788.
Vaines, Dom de: Dictionnaire de Diplomatique, 2 v. 8vo;
Paris, 1774.
Vane, Ch. William: Narrative of the Peninsular War, from
1808 to 1813, 4to; Lond. 1828.
Van-Ess, W. Lodewyk: Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, 4 v.
8vo; Phila 1809-'] 0.
Van Halen, Juan: Narrative of his Imprisonment in the Dun
geons of the Inquisition at Madrid, in 1817 and 1818, 2 v.
8vo; Lond. 1827.
Varillas, Ant.: Histoire de Charles IX., 2 v. 12mo; Cologne,
1686.
Histoire de François I., 3 v. 12mo; La Haye,
1689.
Histoire de François II., 12mo; La Haye,
1693.
-Histoire de Louis XI., et de Henri II., 3 v.
12mo; La Haye, 1693.
Vertot, D'A. R. A. de: Histoire des Revolutions de Suede,
2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1722.
Revolutions de Portugal, 12mo; Pa
ris, 1786.
The same, tr. by Boisgelin, 12mo;
Lond. 1809.
Vetour, M. : Instructions sur l'Histoire de France, 12mo;
Paris, 1786.
Vie Privée de Louis XV., 4 v. 12mo; Lond. 1784.
Vie de Voltaire, 8vo; Geneve, 1786.
Volney, C. F.: Leçons d'Histoire, 8vo; Paris, 1800.
Voyage dans les Etats Barbaresques de Maroc, Alger, Tunis,
et Tripoly, 12mo; Paris, 1785.
Ward, William: View of the History, Literature, and My
thology of the Hindoos, 3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1822.
Watson, Robert: History of Philip II., King of Spain, 3 v.
8vo; Lond. 1779.
History of Philip III. ; continued by W.
Thompson, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1786.
Weeks, J Eyre: Introduction to Chronology, 12mo; Dublin,
1750.
White, Capt. W. : Political History of the Extraordinary
Events which led to the Burmese War, 8vo; Lond. 1827.
Williams, Helen Maria: Political and Confidential Correspon
dence of Lewis XVI., with Observations on each Letter,
3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1803.

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Wilson, James: History of Egypt, 3 v. 8vo; Edinb. 1805.
Wollstonec.raft, Mary: Historical and Moral View of the
French Revolution, 1st vol. 8vo;Lond. 1794.
145 Wraxall, N. W. : Historical Memoirs of his Own Time,
3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1818.
202 ,
History of France, from the accession of
Charles V. to the death of Charles IX., 2 v. 8vo; Lond.
1807.
203
History of France, from the accession of Hen
ry III. to the death of Henry IV., 6 v. 8vo; Lond. 1814.
201
History of France, from the accession of
Henry III. to the death of Louis XIV., 3 v. 8vo; Dub
lin, 1796.
69 Year of the Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, 12mo; New York,
1815.
296 Zschokke, Henry: History of the Invasion of Switzerland, tr.
from the French, 8vo; Lond. 1803.

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J. 380 Account of the Rye House Plot, 1683, folio; London, 1685.
168 Aikin, Lucy: Memoir of Dr. Aikin, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1824.
118
Memoirs of the Court of James I., 2 v. 8vo;
Boston, 1822.
117
Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, 2 v.
8vo; Boston, 1821.
31 Almon, John: Correspondence of the late John Wilkes, &c,
5 v. 12 mo; London, 1805.
J. 151 Anecdotes of the Life of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, (1708
—1778,) 3 v. 8vo; London, 1797.
195 Annual Biography and Obituary, from 1817 to 1830, 14v. 8vo;
London, 1817-'30.
J. 94 Annual Register for 1761, 8vo; London, 1762.
259 Arnold, Richard: Chronicle, or Customs of London, 4to; Lon
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Ayre, William: Life of Alexander Pope, 2 v. 12mo; Lon
don, 1745.
Bacon, Francis, (Lord): History of the Reign of King Henry
VII., (1485— 1509,) folio; London, 1641.
Baines, Edward: History of the Wars of the French Revolu
tion, from 1792 to 1815, 4 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1819.
Baker, Sir Richard: Chronicle of the Kings of England, from
the time of the Roman's Government unto the Reign of
King Charles, folio; London, 1658.
Banks, T. C. : Disquisition upon the Kingly Office, 8vo; Lon
don, 1826. (present. )
Barker, E. H. : Parriana, or Notices of the Rev. Samuel Parr,
1st v. 8vo; London, 1828.
Baron, John: Life of Dr. Edward Jenner, 8vo; London, 1827.
Barri, Giraldus de: Itinerary of Archbishop Baldwin through
Wales, A. D. 1188; translated into English, with Views,
Notes, and a Life of Giraldus, by Sir R. C. Hoare, 2 v. 4to;
London, 1806.
Barrow, John: Public Life of the Earl of Macartney, 2 v. 4to;
London, 1807.
Barry, John: History of the Orkney Islands, 2d edition, with
Corrections and Additions, by James Headrick, 4to; Lon
don, 1808.
Bassompierre, Marshal de: Memoirs of his Embassy to the
Court of England, in 1726. 8vo; London, 1819.
Baxter, J. : History of England, from the earliest authentic
period of History, to the year 1801, 4to; London, 1801.
Bell, Henry Nugent: Account of the Huntingdon Peerage,4to;
London, 1821.
Belsham, W. J : Chronology of the Reigns of George III. and
IV., 16s; London, 1828.
Belsham, William: History of Great Britain, from 1688 to
1820, 14 v. 8vo; London, 1805 and 1824.
History of Great Britain, from the Revo
lution to the Accession of the House of Hanover, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1798.
———
Memoirs of the Kings of Great Britain,
of the House of Brunswic-Lunenberg, 2 v. in 1, 8vo; Dub
lin, 1796.
Memoirs of the Reign of George III. to
the year 1793, 2 v. 8vo; Dublin, 1796
Memoirs of the Reign of George III. to
the commencement of the year 1799, 6 v. 8vo; London,
1795 and 1801.
Benger, Eliz. 0. : Memoirs of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Hamil
ton, 1st v. 8vo; London, 1819.
-Memoirs of the Life of Ann Boleyn, 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1822.

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Bigland, John: History of England, from the earliest period
to the close of 1812; with an Appendix, continuing the
History to the Treaty of Paris, in 1814, by an American
gentleman, 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1814.
Biographical Dictionary of Living Authors of England and
Ireland, 8vo; London, 1816.
Birch, Thomas: Heads of Illustrious Persons of Great Bri
tain, with their Lives and Characters, folio; Lond. 1813.
Life of Dr. John Tillotson, (1629—1694,)
8vo; London, 1753.
Bisset, Robert: History of the Reign of George III. to the
Peace of 1801,2 v. 8vo; Albany, 1816.
The same, continued to the death of the King,
in 1819, 8vo; London, 1820.
Boaden, James: Memoirs of Mrs. Siddons, 2v. 8vo; London,
1827.
Book of Kings, 6 v. 8vo; viz:
Vols. 1 and 2. —Memoires de Margrave deBareith, Soeur
de Frederic-le-Grand; ecrits de sa main; Paris, 1811.
Vols. 3 and 4. —Vie de St. Remy de Valois, ci-devant
Comtessede la Motte; ecrite par elle-meme; Paris, 1792.
Vol. 5. —Evidence and Proceedings upon the charges pre
ferred against the Duke of York, in 1809; London, 1809.
Vol. 6. —Edwards' genuine edition of "The Book;" or
the Proceedings and Correspondence upon the Inquiry
into the conduct of Her Royal Highness the Princess of
Wales, in 1806; Brooklyn, 1813.
Borlase, William: Observations on the Antiquities, Histori
cal and Monumental, of the County of Cornwall, folio;
Oxford, 1754.
Boswell, James: Life of Samuel Johnson, 3 v. 8vo; Boston,
1807.
Boyer, A.bel: Annals of Queen Anne, (1702—1713,) 11 v.
8vo; London, 1703-'13.
Brady, Robert: Complete History of England, from the first
entrance of the Romans, till the end of the Reign of Hen
ry III., folio; London, 1685.
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Continuation of the Complete History of Eng
land, to the close of the Reign of Richard II., folio; Lon
don, 1700.
Brand, John: Observations on Popular Antiquities, 8 vo; Lon
don, 1810.
Bray, William : Memoirs of John Evelyn, comprising his
Diary from 1641 to 1706, with the Private Correspon
dence between Charles I. and Sir E. Nicholas, &c, 5 v.
8vo; London, 1827

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Braybrooke, Richard, Lord: Memoirs of Samuel Pepys, com
prising his Diary from 1659 to 1669, and a selection from
his Private Correspondence, 2 v. 4to; London, 1825.
Bree, John: Cursory Sketch of the State of the Naval, Mili
tary, and Civil Establishment, &c, of England, during
the 14th Century; with a particular account of the Cam
paign of Edward HI. in Normandy and France, in the
years 1345 and 1346, to the taking of Calais, 1st vol. 4to;
London, 1791.
Brenton, E. Pelham: Naval History of Great Britain, from
1783 to 1822, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1823-'25.
Bridges, G. W. : Annals of Jamaica, 1st and 2d v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1828.
British Annual Register, from 1758 to 1828, 77 v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1777—1829.
British Naval Chronicle, from 1799 to 1818, 40 v. 8vo;Lond.
Brodie, George: History of the British Empire, from the Ac
cession of Charles I. to the Restoration, 4 v. 8vo; Edin
burgh, 1822.
Burke, John: General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage
and Baronetage of the British Empire, 8vo; London, 1828.
Burnett, George: Specimen of English Prose Writers, from
the earliest times to the close of the 17th century, 3 v. 12mo;
London, 1807.
Burnet, Gilbert, (Bishop): History of his Own Time, (1643
—1715,) with the Life of the Author, by T. Burnet, 2 v.
folio; London, 1724-'34.
History of his Own Time; with
Notes, by the Earls of Dartmouth and Hardwicke, and
Speaker Onslow, and the Cursory Remarks of Dean Swift,
6 v. 8vo; Oxford, 1823.
Camden, William: Anglica, Hibernica, Normannica, Cambrica, a Veteribus Scripta, folio; Francofurti, 1602.
Britannia, p. 4to; Londoni, 1600
Britannia, tr. into Eng. with corrections
and additions, by E. Gibson, 2 v. folio; London, 1753.
Campaigns of the Duke of Wellington, from the taking of
Seringapatam to the Battle of Waterloo, plates, fol. ; Paris,
1817.
Campbell, John: Lives of the British Admirals, &c, from
1060 to 1727, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1750.
Lives of the British Admirals, &c , continued
by Dr. Berkenhout, H. R. Yorke, and W. Stevenson, to
the year 1816, 8 v. 8vo; London, 1812-'17.
Carleton. Letters from and to Sir Dudley Carleton, during
his Embassy in Holland, from January, 1615, to Decem
ber, 1620, 4to; London, 1775.

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337
183
279
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281

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Carradoc, of Llancarvan: History of Wales, tr. into Eng. by
Dr. Powell, and augmented by Wynne; to which is added,
a Description of Wales, by Sir John Price, and a Pedigree
of Families, 8vo; Merthyr Tydfil, 1812.
Cartwright, Frances Dorothy: Life and Correspondence of
Major John Cartwright, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1826.
Caulfield, James: History of the Gunpowder Plot, p. 8vo;
London, 1804.
Portraits, Memoirs, and Characters of Re
markable Persons, from 1688 to 1760, 4 v. 8vo; London,
1819-'20.
Cavendish, George: Life of Cardinal Wolsey, with Notes, &c ,
by S. W. Singer, 2 v. 8vo; Chiswick, 1825.
Cayley, Arthur: Memoirs of Sir Thomas More, with a trans
lation of his Utopia, his King Richard III., and his Latin
Poems, 2 v. 4to; London, 1808.
Chamberlayne, John: Magnae Britanniae Notitia, or the Pre
sent State of Great Britain, 8vo; London, 1755.
Charles I. Reliquiae Sacrae Carolinae, or the Works of that
Great Monarch and Glorious Martyr, 12mo; Hague, 1650.
Cheetham, James: Life of Thomas Paine, 8vo; New York,
1809.
Clarendon, Edward, Earl of: History of the Rebellion and
Civil Wars in England, begun in the year 1641, 6 v. 8vo;
Oxford, 1720.
History of the Rebellion and
Civil Wars in England; to which is added, an Historical
View of the Affairs of Ireland, and Bishop Warburton's
Notes, 6 v. 8vo; Boston, 1827.
Clarendon, H. Hyde, Earl of. See Singer.
Clarke and McArthur: Life of Admiral Lord Nelson, from his
Lordship's MSS., 2 v. folio; London, 1809.
Clarke, Francis L. : Life of Wellington, 3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1826.
Clarke, James Stanier: Life of James II., King of England,
from the original Stuart MSS., 2 v. 4to; Lond. 1816.
Clarke, S. Reynolds: Vestigia Anglicana, or Interesting Points
in the History and Antiquities of England, 2 v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1826.
Clifford, Arthur: State Papers and Letters of Sir Ralph Sad
ler; with a Memoir of the Life of Sir Ralph Sadler, and
Historical Notes, by Sir Walter Scott, 2 v. 4to; Edinburgh,
1809.
Collection des M6moires relatifs a la Revolution d'Angleterre,
26 v. 8vo; Paris, 1823-'25.
Collingwood, G. L. Newnham: Public and Private Corres
pondence of Admiral Lord Collingwood, interspersed with
Memoirs of his Life, 8vo; London, 1828.

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Court Calendar for 1768, 12mo; London, 1768.
Coxe, William: Memoirs of Horatio, Lord Walpole, (1678—
1757,) 2v. 8vo; London, 1820.
150 —Memoirs of the Life and Administration of
Sir Robert Walpole, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1800.
147
Memoirs of the Duke of Marlborough, with
his Original Correspondence, (2d ed.) 6 v. 8vo; Lond.1820.
295
Atlas to Memoirs of Marlborough, 4to; Lon
don, 1820.
287
Private and Original Correspondence of
Charles Talbot, Duke of Shrewsbury, with King Wil
liam, &c , 4to; London, 1821.
75 Critical History of England, Ecclesiastical and Civil, 8vo;
London, 1726.
123 Cromwell. Oliver: Memoirs of the Protector, Oliver Crom
well, and of his sons Richard and Henry, (3d ed.) 2 v.
8vo; London, 1822. (2 copies.)
122 Cromwell, Thomas: Oliver Cromwell, and his Times, (2d ed.)
8vo; London, 1822.
163 Cumberland, Richard: Memoirs of himself, 8vo; Phila. 1806.
J. 283 Dalrymple, Sir John: Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland,
1681—1692, 4to; Lond. 1771.
32 Davies, Thomas: Life of David Garrick, 2 v. 12mo; Boston,
1818.
J. 89 D'Auvergne, Edward: History of the Campaign in Flanders,
1695, 4to; Lond. 1696.
62 D'Israeli, J.: Calamities of Authors, 2 v. 12mo; N.York, 1812.
63
Quarrels of Authors, 2 v. 12mo;N. York, 1814.
J.
6 D'Orleans, Pierre Joseph: Histoire des Revolutions d'Angleterre, (59—1691,) 3 v. 12mo; La Haye, 1719.
47 Debrett, John: Baronetage of England, 2 v. 12mo; London,
1824.
48
Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, 2 v.
12mo; Lond. 1825.
88 Defoe, Daniel: History of the Great Plague in London, in
1665, 8vo; Lond. 1819.
285
History of the Union between England and
Scotland; with a Life of Defoe, by G. Chalmers, 4to; Lond.
1786.
Denzil. See Holles.
137 Digby, Sir Kenelm: Private Memoirs, written by himself,
8vo; London, 1827.
Dodington, G. Bubb. See Wyndham, H. P.
J. G. Domesday Book, 2 v. folio; London.
J. 328 Dugdale, William: Baronage of England, 2 v. in 1, folio;
London, 1775-'76.
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Eadmeri Monachi Cantuariensis Historiae Novorum sive sui
Saeculi, libri Sex, a Jo. Seldeno, fol. ; Lond. 1623.
Edinburgh Annual Register, from 1808 to 1826, [1824 miss
ing,] 19 v. 8vo; Edinb. 1810-'28.
Eglesfield, Fr. : Monarchy Revived; being the Personal His
tory of Charles II. , from his earliest years to his restora
tion to the Throne, 8vo; Lond. 1822.
Eikdn Basilike,12mo; R. M. 1648.
Ekins, Charles: Naval Battles, from 1744 to 1814, Critically
Reviewed and Illustrated, 4to; Lond. 1824.
Ellis, G. Agar: Historical Inquiries respecting the Character of
Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, p. 8vo; Lond. 1827.
Ellis, Henry: Original Letters, illustrative of English Histo
ry, 3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1824.
Entick, John: History of theLate War, (1748-1763,) 5 v. 8vo;
Lond. 1763-'4.
Fabyan, Robert: New Chronicles of England and France:
with a Preface and Index, by H. Ellis, 4to; Lond. 1811.
Fannant, Edward: History of the Life, Reign, and Death of
Edward II., written in 1627, folio; Lond. 1680.
Fellowes, W. D. : Historical Sketches of Charles I., Crom
well, Charles II., and the Principal Personages of that Pe
riod, 4to; Lond. 1828.
Fenn, Sir John: Original Letters, written during the Reigns
of Henry VI. , Edward IV., and Richard III. , by various
persons of Rank or Consequence, with notes Historical and
Explanatory, 4 v. 4to;Lond. 1787-'89.
Original 'Letters, written during the Reigns
of Henry VI., Edward IV., Edward V., Richard III.,
and Henry VII., 4to; Lond. 1823.
Fidde, Richard: Life of Cardinal Wolsey, fol. ; Lond. 1724.
Fox, Charles James: History of the early part of the Reign
of James II., 8vo; Phila. 1808.
Fuller, Thomas: History of the Worthies of England; with
notes, by J. Nichols, 2 v. 4to; Lond. 1811.
Galt, John: Life and Administration of Cardinal Wolsey, p.
8vo; Edinburgh, 1824.
Gamba, Count Peter: Narrative of Lord Byron's Last Jour
ney to Greece, 8vo; London, 1825.
George III., his Court and Family, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1824.
Gildas, (surnamed the Wise:) Description of the State of
Great Britain, 12mo; London, 1652.
Giraldus Cambrensis. See Barri, Giraldus.
Gleig, G. R. : Life of Major General Sir Thomas Munro, late
Governor of Madras, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1830.
Godwin, William: History of the Commonwealth of England,
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Godwin, William: Life of Geoffrey Chaucer, 2 v. 4to; Lon
don,- 1803.
287a
Lives of Edward and John Philips, 4to;
London, 1815.
34
Memoirs of Mary Wollstonecraft, 12mo;
London, 1798.
J. 270 Godwyn, Francis, Lord Bishop of Hereford: Annals of En
gland, containing the Reigns of Henry VIII., Edward VI.,
and Queen Mary, 1509— 1558; trans. into English, by
Morgan Godwyn, his son, folio; London, 1630.
J. 197 Goldsmith, Lewis: Crimes of Cabinets, 8vo; London, 1801.
7 Goldsmith, Oliver: History of England, from the earliest time
to the Death of George II. ; with a continuation to the Ac
cession of George IV., 2 v. 12 mo; London, 1824.
254 Grafton, Richard: Chronicle; or History of England, from
1189 to 1558, 2v. 4to; London, 1809.
Graham. See Macaulay.
129 Granger, James: Biographical History of England, from Eg
bert the Great to the Revolution, 5th edition, 6 v. 8vo;
London, 1824.
J. 326 Guthrie, William: History of England, from the Invasion of
the Romans to the Revolution in 1688, 3 v. folio; London,
1744-'51.
J. 266 Habington, William: History of Edward IV., King of Eng
land, 1461 —1483, folio; London, 1640.
255 Hall, Edward: Chronicle, containing the History of England,
during the Reign of Henry IV. and the succeeding Monarchs, to the end of the Reign of Henry VIII., 4to; Lon
don, 1809.
26 Hamilton, Count Anthony: Memoirs of Count Grammont,
2 v. 12mo; London, 1818.
200a
Memoirs of Count Grammont,
2 v. 8vo; London, 1811.
277 Hamper, William: Life, Diary, and Correspondence of Sir
William Dugdale, 4to; London, 1827.
253 Harding, John: Chronicle, with Grafton's Continuation, and
a Preface and Index, by H. Ellis, 4to; London, 1812.
119 Harris, William: Account of the Lives and Writings of James
I., Charles I., Oliver Cromwell, and Charles II., 5 v. 8vo;
London, 1814.
61 Hawkins, Laetitia-Matilda: Memoirs, Anecdotes, Facts, and
Opinions, 2 v. p. 8vo; London, 1824.
154 Hawkins, Sir John: Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson, 8vo; Lon
don, 1787.
30 Hayley, William: Life and Posthumous Writings of William
Cowper, 2 v. 12mo; Boston, 1803.
289
Life of George Romney, 4to; Chichester,
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Heber, Amelia: Life of Reginald Heber, Lord Bishop of Cal
cutta, with selections from his Correspondence, &c, 2 v.
8vo; New York, 1830.
102 Henry, Robert: History of Great Britain, from the first Inva
sion by the Romans, 12 v. 8vo; London, 1788-'95.
50 Heraldic Anomalies, 2 v. 12mo; London, 1824.
J. 269 Herbert, Edward Lord: Life and Reign of Henry VIII.,
(1509— 1546,) folio; London, 1683.
136
Life of Edward Lord Herbert,
with a prefatory Memoir, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1809.
14 Herbert, Sir Thomas: Memoirs of the two last years of the
Reign of Charles I., p. 8vo; London, 1815.
J. 12 Histoire des Progres de la Puissance Navale de l'Angleterre,
(777—1762,) 2 v. 12mo; Yverdon, 1782.
J. 93 Historical Register, from July, 1714, to the close of 1731,
18 v. 8vo; London, 1714-'31.
J. 327 History of England, during the Reigns of King William,
Queen Anne, and King George I., 2 v. fol. ;Lon. 1744-'46.
J. 25 History of the Duke of Marlborough, (1650— 1722,) 12mo;
London, 1742.
J. 21 History of the Robin Hood Society, 12mo; London, 1764.
19 Hobbes, Thomas: History of the Civil Wars of England,
from 1640 to 1660, 12mo; London, 1679.
37 Hodgson, Robert: Life of the Right Rev. Beilby Porteus,
12mo; New York, 1811.
257 Holinshed, Raphael: Chronicles of England, Scotland, and
Ireland, 6 v. 4to; London, 1807-'8.
20 Holles, Denzil, Lord: Memoirs, from the year 1641 to 1648,
12mo; London, 1699.
J. 8 Home, Charles: Chronological Abridgment of the History of
England, from the earliest times to the accession of the
House of Hanover, 12mo; Dublin, 1792.
J. 321 Horsley, John: Britannia Romana, or the Roman Antiquities
of Britain, folio; London, 1732.
84 Hoyland, John: Historical Survey of the Customs, Habits,
and Present State of the Gypsies, 8vo; York, 1816.
J. 97 Hume, David: History of England, 8 v. 8vo; London, 1791.
185a Hunt, Leigh: Byron, and some of his Contemporaries, 8vo;
London, 1826.
Hunter, Rev. Joseph. See Cresacre More.
141 Hutchinson, Mrs. Lucy : M emoirs of the Life of Col. Hutchin
son, (her husband,) with Original Anecdotes of many of
his Contemporaries, and the Life of Mrs. Hutchinson;
edited by the Rev. Julius Hutchinson, 8 v. 8vo; London,
1822.
114 Hutton, William: Battle of Bosworth Field, between Rich
ard III. and Henry Earl of Richmond, August 22, 1485,
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Johnson, Samuel: Lives of the most eminent English Poets,
2 v. 8vo; Charlestown, 1810.
Kelly, Michael: Reminiscences, including a period of nearly
half a century, 8vo; New York, 1826.
Kennet, White: Historians of England, viz: Milton, Daniel,
Habington, Moore, Buck, Lord Bacon, Lord Herbert, of
Cherbury, F. Godwyn, Bishop of Hereford, Camden,
Wilson, and Kennet, (1060—1702,) 3 v. folio; London,
1706.
Kimber, Edward: Peerage of England, 16s; London, 1769.
Peerage of Ireland, 16s; London, 1768.
Peerage of Scotland, 16s; London, 1767.
Langhorne, Daniel: Elenchus Antiquitatum Albionensium,
8vo; Lond. 1673.
Larrey, Isaac de: History of the Reign of Charles I., tr. from
the French, 2 v. 12mo; Lond. 1716.
Laws of Honour, or a compendious account of the Ancient
Derivation of all Titles, Dignities, Offices, &c, 8vo; Lond.
1714.
Lediard, Thomas: Naval History of England, 1066 —1734,
2 v. folio; Lond. 1735
Leti, Gregorio: Teatro Brittanico, 6 verb Historia della
Grande Brettagna, 5 v. 12mo; Amst. 1684.
Lettsom, J. Coakley: Memoirs of John Fothergill, William
Cuming, George Cleghorn, &c . 8vo; Lond. 1786.
Life of Lady Russell, with Letters, 8vo; Lond. 1820.
Life of William Pitt, 12mo; Phila. 1806.
Lingard, John: History of England, from the first invasion
by the Romans, 10 v. 8vo; Lond. 1823-'25.
Lowth, Robert: Life of William of Wykeham, 8vo; Oxford,
1777.
Ludlow, Edmund: Memoirs, 1626—1672; with a collection
of Original Papers, serving to confirm and illustrate many
important passages in the Memoirs, 3 v. 8vo; Vivay,
1698-'99.
Lysons, Daniel: Environs of London; being an Historical Ac
count of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, within 12
miles of that Capital, (2d edition,) 2 v. 4to; Lond.1810-'11.
Historical Account of those Parishes in the
County of Middlesex, which are not described in the En
virons of London, 4to; Lond. 1800.
Lyttleton, George, (Lord): History of King Henry II., (3d
ed.) 4 v. 8vo; Lond. 1769.
Macaulay, Catharine: History of England, from the Revolu
tion to the present time, 1st vol. (all that was published,)
4to: Bath, 1778.
History of England, from the Accession
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Macpherson, James: Introduction to the History of Great
Britain and Ireland, 4to; Lond. 1771.
Malcolm, L Peller: Lives of Topographers and Antiquarians
of England, 4to; Lond. 1824.
Marshall, John: Royal Naval Biography, 1st vol., parts 1 and
2, 8vo; Lond. 1823.
Maseres, Francis: Select Tracts relating to the Civil Wars in
England, in the Reign of King Charles I., 2 v. 8vo; Lond.
1815.
Matthew, of Westminster. Flores Historiarum per Matthaeum Westmonasteriensem collecti, praecipue de Rebus
Britannicis ab exordio Mundi usque ad A. D. 1307, folio;
Lond. 1570.
May, Thomas: History of the Parliament of England, which
began Nov. 3d, 1640, 4to; Lond. 1812.
Meadley, G. Wilson: Memoirs of William Paley, D. D., 8vo;
Edinb. 1810.
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Memoirs of Algernon Sidney, 8vo;
Lond. 1813.
Memoirs of Lady Hamilton, 12mo; Phila. 1815.
Memoirs of Sir Stephen Fox, 8vo; London, 1717, (reprinted.)
Memoirs of the Celebrated Persons belonging to the Kit-CatClub, 4to; London.
Memoirs of the Public Life and Administration of the Earl
of Liverpool, 8vo; Lond. 1827.
Memoirs of Thomas Hollis, (1720—1774,) 2 v. folio; Lond.
1780.
Military Memoirs of the Great Civil War; being the Memoirs
of John Gwynne, and an Account of the Earl of Glencairn's
Expedition to the Highlands of Scotland in 1653-'4, 4to;
Edinb. 1822.
Miller, William: Biographical Sketches of British Characters,
recently deceased, 2 v. 4to; Lond. 1826.
Moore, Thomas: Memoirs of the Life of R. B. Sheridan, 8vo;
Phila. 1825.
:
Letters and Journals of Lord Byron; with
Notices of his Life, 2 v. 8vo; New fork, 1830.
More, Cresacre: Life of Sir Thomas More; with a Biographi
cal Preface, Notes, &c , by the Rev. Joseph Hunter, 8vo;
Lond. 1828.
More, Sir Thomas: History of Richard III., p. 8vo; Chiswick,
1821.
-Works of, wrytten by him in the Englysh
tonge. Printed at London, at the costes and charges of
Iohn Cawod, Iohn Waly, and Richarde Tottell; anno
1557; 4to.
Nares, Edward: Memoirs of the Life and Administration of
William Cecil, Lord Burghley, 1st vol. 4to; Lond. 1828.

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Neve, John Le: Monumenta Anglicana; being Inscriptions on
the Monuments of Eminent Persons deceased, from 1650
to 1718, 4 v. 8vo; Lond. 1717-'19.
189 Nicholls, John: Illustrations of the Literary History of the
1 8th Century, intended as a Sequel to the Literary Anec
dotes, 4 v. 8vo; Lond. 1817-'22.
188
Literary Anecdotes of the 18th Century, 9 v.
8vo; Lond. 1812-'15.
190
Recollections and Reflections, Personal and
Political, as connected with Public Affairs, during the
Reign of George III., 2 v. 8vo; London, 1S22.
191
The same, 12mo; Phil. 1822.
130 Noble, Mark: Biographical History of England, from the
Revolution to the end of the Reign of George I., 3 v. 8vo:
Lond. 1806.
148 North, Roger: Lives of Francis North, Baron Guilford; Sir
Dudley North; and the Rev. John North, 3 v. 8vo;Lond.
1826.
158 Northcote, James: Memoirs of Sir Joshua Reynolds, 8vo;
Phil. 1817.
J. 9 Orrery, Lord: History of England, in a series of Letters
from a Nobleman to his Son, 2 v. 12mo; Dublin, 1799.
J. 29 Orrery, John Earl of: Remarks on the Life and Writings of
Dr. Jonathan Swift, in a series of Letters to the Hon. H.
Boyle, 12mo; Lond. 1752.
J. 17a Osborn, Richard: Narrative of Charles First's Imprisonment
in the Isle of Wight, (pamphlet,) p. 4to; Lond. 1662.
J. 322 Paris, Matthaeus: Angliae Historia Major, &c, a W. Wats,
2 v. in 1, folio; Londoni, 1639-'40.
184 Parry, William: Last Days of Lord Byron, 8vo; Lond. 1825.
82 Pegge, Samuel: Curialia Miscellanea, or Anecdotes of Old
Times, 8vo; London, 1818.
Pepys, Samuel. See Saybrooke.
J. 41 Philips, H. : Grandeur of the Law, or an Exact Collection
of the Nobility and Gentry of England, &c, 12mo; Lon
don, 1684.
206 Playfair, William: Political Portraits, in this New iEra, 3 v.
8vo; London, 1813-'16.
J. 202 Plowden, Francis: History of the British Empire, from May,
1792, to the close of 1793, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1794.
J. 92 Political State of Great Britain in 1714, vol. 7, 8vo; London,
1714.
J. 164 Priestley, Joseph: Memoirs of his Life, to the year 1795; with
a continuation to the time of his decease,' by his son, Joseph
Priestley; and Observations on his Writings, by Dr. Cooper
and Wm. Christie, 2 v. 8vo; Northumberland, 1805.
159 Prior, James: Memoir of the Life and Character of Edmund
Burke, (2 copies,) 8vo; Lond. 1824, and Phila. 1825.

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Public Characters, from 1799 to 1803, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1799
to 1803.
of 1828, 8vo; London, 1828.
Raffles, Sophia: Memoir of the Life and Public Services of
Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, 4to; London, 1830.
Ralph, James: History of England, during the Reigns of
King William, Queen Anne, and King George I.,2v.
folio; London, 1744-'46.
Rapin, Paul de Thoyras: Histoire d'Angleterre, (59—1689,)
10 v. 4to; La Haye, 1727.
History of England, translated into
English, with additional notes, by N. Tindal, 2 v. folio;
London, 1732-'33.
Rastell, John: Pastime of People, especially of the Realm of
England, 4to; London, 1811.
Regulations and Establishment of the Household of Henry Al
gernon Percy, the fifth Earl of Northumberland, begun
A. D. 1512, 8vo; London, 1827.
Relation Veritable de la Mort de Charles I., tr. en Francais,
par J. Ango, 8vo; Paris, 1792 .
Rerum Britarinicarum Scriptores Vetustioresacpraecipui, Galfredus Monumetensis, Ponticus Virunnius, Gildas, Beda,
Gulielmus Neubricensis, et Joannes Frossardus, folio; Heidelbergae, 1587.
Reynolds. Life and Times of Frederick Reynolds, written
by himself, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1826.
Richard of Cirencester: Description of Britain, (translated,)
with the original treatise De Situ Britanniae, and a Com
mentary on the Itinerary, 8vo; London, 1809.
Roberts, Emma: Memoirs of the Rival Houses of York and
Lancaster, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1827.
Robinson, Mary . Memoirs of the late Mrs. Robinson, written
by herself, 12mo; Philadelphia, 1802.
Rochester, Bishop: Relation of the late wicked contrivance
of Stephen Blackhead and Thomas Young, against the
lives of several persons, by forging an Association under
their hands, 8vo; London, 1692.
Russell, Lord John: Life of William Lord Russell, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1820.
Rymer, Thomas: Foedera, Conventiones, Literae, et cujuscunque generis Acta Publica, inter Reges Angliae, et alios
quosvis Imperatores, Reges,Pontifices, &c (ed. 2da,) 17 v.
folio; Lond. 1727-'29.
Sadler, Sir Ralph. See Clifford.
Salmon, Thomas: Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire d'An
gleterre, tr. de l'Anglois, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1751.

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Savile, Henry: Rerum Anglicarum Scriptores post Bedam,
praecipui; Gulielmus Malmsburiensis, Henricus Huntindoniensis, Rogerus Hovedenus, Chronicon Ethelwerdi, et
lngulphus, cum Chronologia, folio; Lond. 1596.
40 Scott, John: Life of the Rev'd Thomas Scott, 12mo; Boston,
1822.
1 92 Sexagenarian, or the Recollections of a Literary Life, 2 v. 8vo;
London, I8 1 7.
J. 69 Sheringham, Robert: De Anglorum Gentis Origine, 8vo;
Cantab. 1670.
286 Singer, S. Weller: Correspondence of Henry Hyde, Earl of
Clarendon, and of his brother Lawrence, Earl of Roches
ter; with the Diary of Lord Clarendon, from 1687 to
1690, &c, 2 v. 4to; London, 1828.
11 Smeeton, George: Collection of Rare Historical and Biogra
phical Tracts, 2 v. p. 4to; London, 1817-'29.
193
The Unique, 1st vol. 8vo; London, 1826.
181 Smith, John Thomas: Nollekens and his Times, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1828.
98 Smollett, Tobias: History of England, from 1688 to the Death
of George II., 2 v. 8vo; Albany, 1816.
242 Smyth, Captain W. H. : Life and Services of Capt. Philip
Beaver, late of His Majesty's ship Nisus, 8vo; Lond. 1829.
153 Southey, Robert: Life of Wesley, and the Rise and Progress
of Methodism, 8vo; New York, 1820.
36
Life of Nelson, 2 v. 12mo; London, 1814.
J. 325 Speed, John: History of Great Britaine, folio; London, 1611.
78 Statement respecting Lord Selkirk's Settlement in America,
8vo; London, 1817.
J. 292 Stephens, Alexander: History of the Wars which arose out
of the French Revolution, 2 v. 4to; London, 1803.
203
The same, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1804.
260 Strutt, Joseph : Sports and Pastimes of the People of England,
4to; London, 1810.
J. 42 Tabulae Illustres; or the Paternal Arms of the present Nobility
of Great Britain and Ireland, 16s; London, 1747.
166 Teignmouth, Lord: Life of Sir William Jones, 8vo; Phila
delphia, 1805.
J. 334 Temple, Sir William: Works, with his Life and Character,
by a particular Friend, 2 v. fol. ; London, 1750.
67 The Book, 12mo; New York, 1813.
106 Thierry, A. : History of the Conquest of England by the Nor
mans, trans. from the French, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1825.
115 Thompson, Mrs. A. T. : Memoirs of the Court of Henry VIII. ,
2 v. 8vo; London, 1826.
332 Thurloe, John: Collection of State Papers, from 1638 to the
Restoration of Charles II. ; with the Life of Mr. Thurloe,
and an Index, by Thomas Birch, 7 v. folio; Lond. 1742.
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Todd, H. J. : Illustrations of the Lives and Writings of Gower and Chaucer, 8vo; London, 1810.
Some Account of the Life and Writings of Mil
ton, 8vo; London, 1826.
Tomline, George: Memoirs of the Life of William Pitt, 2 v.
8vo; Philadelphia, 1821.
Tracts. —Anecdotes Historiques sur les Principaux Personages
en Angleterre, 8vo; Londres, 1785. —Memoirs of Major
J. G. Semple, the Northern Impostor, or Prince of Swin
dlers, 8vo; London, 1786.
Tracts. —Notice Biographique, sur le Docteur Jenner, par L.
Valentin, 8vo; Montpellier, 1805.—Catalogus Eorum, qui
adhuc in Univ. Harvardiana, ab anno 1642, 8vo; Salem,
1806. —Cuvier's Historical Eulogium on Joseph Priestley,
trans. by D. B. Warden, 8vo; Paris, 1807. —Memoirs of
Captain Roger Clap, 8vo; Boston, 1807. —Thomas's Eu
logium on Marcus Aurelius, trans. by D. B. Warden, 8vo;
New York, 1 808. —Fraser's Essay on the Origin, Antiquity,
&c, of the Scots and Irish Nations, 8vo; New York, 1800.
—First and Second Reports of the Committee on the African
Institution, 1807 and 1808, 8vo; London, 1807-'8.—Eloge
Historique, de M. de Lalande, 8vo; Paris, 1808. —Jornada
de Carlos V. & Tunez, por el Dr. Gonzalo de Illescas, 8vo;
Madrid, 1804.
Trotter, J. Bernard: Memoirs of the Latter Years of Charles
J. Fox, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1812.
Turner, Sharon: Customs, &c, of the Anglo-Saxons, 8vo.
History of the Anglo-Saxons, 4th edition, 3
copies, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1823.
History of England, from the Norman Con
quest to the close of the Reign of Henry VII., 3 v. 4to;
London, 1814-'23.
History of England during the Middle Ages,
2d edition, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1825.
History of the Reign of Henry VIII., 2 v.
8vo; London, 1827.
History ofthe Reigns of Edward VI., Mary,
and Elizabeth, 2d edition, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1829.
Twysden, Roger: Historiae Anglicanae Scriptores Decern, cum
Glossario, &c, 2 v. folio; Lond. 1652.
Tyrrell, James: History of England, from the earliest accounts
of time to the Reign of William III., 5 v. folio; London,
1700—1704.
Vergil, Polydore: Historiae Anglicae, 8vo; Lugd. Bat. 1651.
Verstegan, Richard: Restitution of Decayed Intelligence, in
Antiquities, concerning the English Nation, p. 4to; Lon
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Wakefield, Gilbert: Memoirs of his Life, written by himself,
2 v. 8vo; London, 1804.
Waldegrave, James, Earl: Memoirs, from 1754 to 1758,
12mo; Philadelphia, 1822.
Wales, Princess of. See Book of Kings, vol. 6.
Walker, Sir Hovenden: Journal of the Expedition to Canada,
in 1711, 8vo; London, 1720.
Walpole, Horace: Catalogue of the Royal and Noble Authors
of England, Scotland, and Ireland; continued to the pre
sent time, by Thomas Park, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1806.
Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of
King Richard III., 2d edition, 4to; London, 1768.
Memoirs of the last ten years of the Reign
of George II., 2 v. 4to; London, 1822.
Watkins, John: Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of
R. B. Sheridan, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1817*
Welwood, James: Memoirs of the most material transactions
in England, for the last 100 years preceding the Revolu
tion in 1688, 12mo; London, 1718.
Whitaker, John: Genuine History of the Britons asserted, in
a full and candid Refutation of Macpherson's Introduction
to the History of Great Britain and Ireland, 8vo; London,
1772.
Williams, C. Verulam: Life and Administration of Spencer
Percival, 12mo; Philadelphia, 1813.
Wilson, Robert Thomas: History of the British Expedition
to Egypt, in 1800 and 1801, 8vo; Wilmington, 1803.
Wood, Anthony h: Athenae Oxonienses; an Exact History of
all the Writers and Bishops who have had their Education
in the University of Oxford; with additions, and a con
tinuation, by Philip Bliss, 4 v. 4to; London, 1813-'20.
Woolrych, H. W. : Memoirs of the Life of Judge Jeffreys,
8vo; London, 1827.
Wordsworth, Christopher: "Who wrote Eikon Basilike?"
considered and answered, in two Letters to the Archbishop
of Canterbury, 8vo; London, 1824.
Wyndham, H. Penruddocke: Diary of the late George Bubb
Dodington; with an Appendix of Curious and Interesting
Papers, 4th edition, 8vo; London, 1809.
Wynne, William: Life of Sir Leoline Jenkins, 2 v. folio;
London, 1724.
York, Duke of. See Book of Kings, vol. 5. '
Zouch, Thomas: Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Sir
Philip Sidney, 4to; London, 1808.

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Anderson, Robert: Life of Tobias Smollett, with Critical Ob
servations on his Works, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1803.
Buchan, D S., Earl of: Essays on the Lives and Writings of
Andrew Fletcher and the Poet Thomson, 8vo; Lon
don, 1792.
Buchanan, George: History of Scotland; translated and con
tinued to the present time, by Dr. John Watkins, 8vo;
London, 1827.
Opera Omnia, cura Ruddimanni, 2 v. in 1,
folio; Edinburgi, 1715.
Rerum Scoticarum Historia, 8vo; Edin
burgi, 1727.
Chalmers, George: Life of Mary, Queen of Scots, 2 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1822.
Fountainhall, Lord: Chronological Notes of Scottish Affairs,
from 1680 till 1701, interpolated by Milne, 4to; Edin
burgh, 1822.
Gordon, John: Memoirs of, written by himself, 12mo; Lon
don, 1733.
Home, John: History of the Rebellion in Scotland, in 1745,
12mo; Edinburgh, 1822.
Irving, David: Memoirs of the Life and Writings of George
Buchanan, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1817.
Johnstone, Chevalier de: Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745
and 1746, 8vo; London, 1822.
Laing, Malcom: History of Scotland, 4 v. 8vo; Lon. 1818-'19.
Lockhart, J. G.: Life of Robert Burns, 12mo; Edinb. 1828.
Low, Alexander: History of Scotland, 8vo; Edinb. 1826.
McCrie, Thomas: Life of John Knox, 8vo; N. York, 1813.
Macpherson, John: Critical Dissertations on the Origin, An
tiquities, &c, of the Ancient Caledonians, 4to; Lon.1768.
Pinkerton, John: Inquiry into the History of Scotland, pre
ceding the Reign of Malcolm III., 2 v. 8vo; Edinb. 1814.
Ritchie, Th. Edward: Account of the Life and Writings of
David Hume, 8vo; London, 1807.
Robertson, William: History of Scotland; to which is pre
fixed, an Account of the Life and Writings of the Author,
by Dugald Stewart, 2 v. 8vo; Phil. 1811.
Scott, George: Memoirs of Sir James Melvil, folio; London,
T683. (2 copies. )
Scott, Sir Walter: History of Scotland, 2 v. 12mo; Phil. 1830.
Tales of a Grandfather, 2 v. 12mo; New
York, 1828.
Tales of a Grandfather, (2d series,) 2 v.
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Scottish Register, or General View of History, Politics, and
Literature, for 1794, 4 v. 12mo; Edinburgh, 1794.
Stewart, David: Sketches of the Character, Manners, and
Present State of the Highlanders of Scotland, 2 v. 8vo;
Edinburgh, 1825.
Tytler, Patrick Frazer: Life of the Admirable Crichton,
12mo; Edinburgh, 1823.
Tytler, William: Inquiry, Historical and Critical, into the
Evidence against Mary, Queen of Scots, &c, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1790.
Wishart, George: Memoirs of James Graham, Marquis of
Montrose, translated from the Latin, 8vo; Edinb. 1819.

Memoires de James Graham, Marquis de
Montrose, trad. de l'Anglois, 2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1767.
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Barrington, Sir Jonah: Personal Sketches of his Own Times,
8vo; Philadelphia, 1827.
Carey, Mathew: Vindiciae Hibernicae, 8vo; Phila. 1819.
Curran, W. Henry: Life of his father, J. Philpot Curran, 8vo;
New York, 1820
Life of his father, J. Philpot Curran, 2 v.
12mo; Edinburgh, 1822.
Hardy, Francis: Memoirs of the Political and Private Life
of James Caulfield, Earl of Charlemont, &c, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1812.
Harrop, — : History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798, 8vo; Phi
ladelphia, 1815.
Hay, Edward: History of the Insurrection of the County of
Wexford, in 1798, 8vo; Dublin, 1803.
Lawless, John: Compendium of the History of Ireland, from
the Earliest Period to the Reign of George I., 2 v. 8vo;
Edinb. 1823.
Leland, Thomas: History of Ireland, from the Invasion of
Henry II. ; with a Preliminary Discourse on the ancient
state of that Kingdom, 3 v. 4to; London, 1773.
MacNeven, William James: Pieces of Irish History, illus
trative of the Condition of the Catholics of Ireland, and
of the Origin and Progress of the Political System of the
United Irishmen, 8vo; New York, 1807.
O'Driscol, John: History of Ireland, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1827.
Sampson, William: Memoirs, including particulars of his
Adventures in various parts of Europe, a Short Sketch of
the History of Ireland, &c &c, 8vo; New York, 1807.
Teeling, C. Hamilton: Personal Narrative of the "Irish Re
bellion" of 1798, 8vo; London, 1828.

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Tone, William T. Wolfe- Life of his father, Theobald Wolfe
Tone, founder of the United Irish Society, 2 v. 8vo;
Washington, 1826.
300 Wakefield, Edward: Account of Ireland, Statistical and Po
litical, 2 v. 4to; London, 1812.
J. 298 Warner, Ferdinando: History of Ireland, 1st v. 4to; London,
1763.
J. 299
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J. 102a Account of Bacon's Rebellion in Virginia, in a letter from T.
M. to Lord Oxford, 8vo, MS.
143 Adams, Nathaniel: Annals of Portsmouth, N. H.,8vo; Ports
mouth, 1825.
2 Alden, Timothy: Collection of American Epitaphs and In
scriptions, with occasional notes, 5 v. 12mo; New York,
1814. (present.)
J. 10 Allen, Ethan: Vindication of Vermont against New York,
8vo; Bennington, 1779.
119 Allen, Paul: History of the American Revolution, 2 v. 8vo;
Baltimore, 1822.
179 Allen, William: American Biographical and Historical Dic
tionary, 8vo; Cambridge, 1809.
J. 128 American and British Chronicle of War and Politics, from
1773 to 1783, 8vo; London, 1783.
185 American Annual Register, 1825-'29, 3 v. 8vo; New York,
1827-'30. (2 copies.)
191 Ancient Right of the English Nation to the American Fish
ery, with a Map of the Lands, Islands, &c. &c, 8vo; Lon
don, 1764.
J. 114 Andrews, John: History of the War with America, France,
Spain, and Holland, commencing in 1775, and ending in
1783, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1785-'86.
141 Archaeologia Americana, 8vo; Worcester, 1820.

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Auberteuil, Hilliard d': Essais Historiques et Politiques sur
les Anglo-Americains, 2 v. 8vo; Bruxelles, 1781-'82.
Le meme, Ire v. 8vo; Bruxelles,
1781-'82.
Histoire del' Administration de Lord
North, et de la Guerre de l'Amerique Septentrionale, 8vo;
Londres, 1784.
Austin, James T. : Life of Elbridge Gerry, 2 v. 8vo; Boston,
1828-'9.
Bancroft, Aaron: Life of George Washington, 2 v. 24's; Bos
ton, 1826.
Barton, William: Memoirs of the Life of David Rittenhouse,
8vo; Philadelphia, 1813.
Belknap, Jeremy: History of New Hampshire, 3 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1784.
Beverly, R. B. : Histoire de la Virginie, (tr. de l'Anglois,)
12 mo; Amsterdam, 1707.
Botta, Carlo: Storia della Guerra dell' Independenza degli
Stati Uniti d'America, 4 v. 8vo; Parigi, 1809.
History of the War of the Independence of the
United States of America, translated by G. A. Otis, 3 v.
8vo; Philadelphia, 1820-'21. (2 copies.)
Bouquet. Historical Account of the Expedition against the
Ohio Indians, in 1764, under the command of Col. Henry
Bouquet, 4to; Philadelphia, 1765. \
Relation Historique de l'Expedition du Colonel
Bouquet, en 1764, contre les Indiens 4e l'Ohio; tr. de
l'Anglois, par C. G. F. Dumas, 8vo; Amsterdam, 1769.
Bozman, John Leeds: Sketch of the History of Maryland,
during the first three years after its settlement, 1st vol.
8vo; Baltimore, 1811.
Brackenridge, H. M. : History of the Late War, 12mo; Bal
timore, 1817.
Bradford, Alden: History of Massachusetts, from 1764 to
July, 1775, 8vo; Boston, 1822.
History of Massachusetts, from July, 1775,
to the year 1789, inclusive, 8vo; Boston, 1825.
Brannan, John: Official Letters of the Military and Naval
Officers of the United States, during the War with Great
Britain, 1812-'15, 8vo; Washington, 1823.
Breckenridge, Hugh H.: Incidents of the Insurrection in
Pennsylvania, in 1794, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1795.
Brown, Charles Brockden: American Register, or General
Repository of History, Politics, and Science, 1806-'9, 5
v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1807-'9. The same work, for 1810,
continued by another Editor, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia,
1810-'11.

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Burgoyne. John, Lieutenant General: State of his Expedi
tion from Canada, as laid before the House of Commons,
and verified by Evidence; with Documents, &c, 8vo;
London, 1780.
Burk, John: History of Virginia, from its first Settlement to
the present day, 3 v. 8vo; Petersburgh, 1804—'5.
: Account of the European Settlements in Ame
Burke,
rica, 2 v. 12mo; London, 1766.
Caldwell, Charles: Memoirs of the Life and Campaigns of
Gen. Nathaniel Greene, 8vo; Phila. 1809.
Calef, Robert: Wonders of the Invisible World, or Salem
Witchcraft, 12mo; Salem, 1823, from the Lond. ed. of
1700.
Campbell, J. W. : History of Virginia, from its discovery till
1781, 12mo; Phila. 1813.
Carey, John: Official Letters to the Honorable American
Congress, written during the War between the United Co
lonies and Great Britain, by his Excellency George Wash
ington, 2 v 8vo; London, 1795.
Carey, Mathew: Treaty of 1795, between Great Britain and
the United States, with Documents and Strictures, 12mo;
Phila. 1795.
Carpenter, T. C: Memoirs of Thomas Jefferson, 2 v. 8vo;
New York, 1809.
Chalmers, George: Political Annals of the Present United Co
lonies, from their Settlement to the Peace of 1763, 4to;
London, 1780.
Chas, J., et Lebrun: Histoire Politique et Philosophique de
la Revolution de l'Amerique Septentrionale, 8vo; Paris,
1801.
Cladera, Christobal: Investigaciones Hist&ricas sobre los
Principales Descubrimientos de los Espanoles en el Mar
Oceano, en el Siglo XV. y Principios del XVI., 8vo;
Madrid, 1794.
Clarke, Thomas: Naval History of the United States, 1st vol.
12mo; Phila. 1814.
Naval History of the United States, 2 v.
12mo; Phila. 1814.
Clinton, Sir Henry: Narrative relative to his conduct during
part of his command of the King's troops in North Ameri
ca, particularly to that which respects the unfortunate
issue of the Campaign of 1781, 8vo; Lond. 1783. —Earl
Cornwallis's Answer to Sir Henry Clinton's Narrative,
8vo; Lond. 1783. —Sir Henry Clinton's Observations on
Earl Cornwallis's Answer, 8vo; Lond. 1783.
Colden, Cadwallader: History of the Five Indian Nations of
Canada, 8vo; Lond. 1747.

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Colden, Cadwallader D. : Life of Robert Fulton, 8vo; New
York, 1817.
J. 75 Collection of Original Papers relative to the History of Mas
sachusetts, from 1629 to 1689, 8vo; Boston, 1769.
78 Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 21 v. 8vo;
Boston, 1806-'25.
67 Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, 2 v.
8vo; Concord, 1824-'27.
67a Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society, 1st vol.
8vo; Providence, 1827. (present. )
J. 68 Concise Historical Account of all the British Colonies in North
America, 8vo; London, 1775.
40 Cooper, Thomas: Some Information respecting America, 8vo;
Dublin, 1794.
Cornwallis, Charles, (Earl.) See Clinton, Sir Henry.
J.
1 Deane, Silas: Intercepted Letters to his brothers, &c, in
America, 12mo; New York, 1782.
200 Delaplaine,
: Repository of the Lives and Portraits of
Distinguished American Characters, 4to; Phila. 1815.
J. 59 Douglas, William: Summary, Historical and Political, of the
British Settlements in North America, 2 v. 8vo; Lond.
1760.
106 Drayton, John: Memoirs of the American Revolution, from
its commencement to the year 1776, inclusive, as relating
to the States of South Carolina, North Carolina, and Geor
gia, 2 v. 8vo; Charleston, 1821.
105
View of South Carolina, as respects her Natu
ral and Civil Concerns, 8vo; Charleston, 1802. (pres.)
168 Dunlap, William: Life of Charles Brockden Brown, with Selec
tions from his Original Letters, &c, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1815.
152a Eaton, John H. : Life of General Andrew Jackson, 8vo; Phila.
80 Edwards, Jonathan: Life of the Rev. David Brainerd, 8vo;
Boston, 1749.
81
Memoirs of the Rev. David Brainerd, in
cluding his Diary, &c, by S. E. Dwight, 8vo; New Ha
ven, 1822.
180 Eliot, John: Biographical Dictionary of New England, 8vo;
Boston, 1809.
34 Engel, E. B. d': Essai sur cette question: Quand et Com
ment l'Amerique a-t-elle ete Peuplee? 5 v. 12mo; Amst.
1767.
69 Farmer, John: Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of
New England, 8vo; Lancaster, (Mass.) 1829.
J. 96 Findlay, William: History of the Insurrection in Pennsylva
nia, in 1794, 8vo; Phila. 1796.
J. 92 Franklin, Benjamin: Historical Review of the Constitution
and Government of Pennsylvania, 8vo; London, 1759.
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Galt, John: Life and Studies of Benjamin West, prior to his
arrival in England, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1816.
Garden, Alexander: Anecdotes of the Revolutionary War,
8vo; Charleston, 1822.
Goldsborough, Charles W. : The United States' Naval Chroni
cle, 1st vol. 8vo; Washington, 1825.
Gordon, Thomas F. : History of Pennsylvania, from its Dis
covery by Europeans, to the Declaration of Independence
in 1776, 8vo; Phila. 1829.
Gordon, William: History of the Rise, Progress, and Esta
blishment of the Independence of the United States of
America, 4 v. 8 vo; Lond. 1788.
Grahame, James: History of the Rise and Progress of the
United States of North America, till the British Revolu
tion in 1688, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1827.
Griffith, T. W. : Sketches of the Early History of Maryland,
and Annals of Baltimore, 8vo; Baltimore, 1821.
Haines, Charles G. : Memoir of Thomas Addis Emmet; with
a Biographical Notice of Mr. Haines, p. 8vo; N.Y. 1829.
Haswell, Anthony: Memoirs and Adventures of Captain Mathew Phelps, 12mo; Bennington, 1802.
Haywood, John: Natural and Aboriginal History of Tennes
see, up to the first Settlements therein by the White Peo
ple, in the year 1768, 8vo; Nashville, 1823.
Civil and Political History of Tennessee,
from its first Settlement, up to the year 1796, 8vo; Knoxville, 1823.
Heath, William: Memoirs, containing Anecdotes and Milita
ry Events of the American War, 8vo; Boston, 1798.
Heriot, George: History of Canada, from its first Discovery,
comprehending an Account of the Original Establishment
of the Colony of Louisiana, 8vo; London, 1804.
Hewit, Alexander: Historical Account of the Rise and Pro
gress of the Colonies of South Carolina and Georgia, 2d v.
8vo; London, 1779.
Histoire de la Derniere Guerre, entre la Grande-Bretagne et
les Etats-Unis de l'Amerique, la France, l'Espagne, et la
Hollande, 1775—1783, 4to; Paris, 1787.
Historical Account of the Interment of the Remains of the
American Martyrs at the Wallabout, who perished on
board the Jersey Prison Ship, during the Revolutionary
War, 12mo; New York, 1808.
Historical Narrative of the Civil and Military Services of
General W. H. Harrison, 8vo.
History of Barbadoes, from its Discovery to the end of 1 767,
12mo; London, 1768.

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History of Connecticut, from its first Settlement under Fenwick, to its latest period of Amity with Great Britain, 8vo;
London, 1781.
History of the War in America, between Great Britain and
her Colonies, 2d vol. 8vo; Dublin, 1779.
Holmes, Abiel: American Annals, or Chronological History
of America, from 1492 to 1806, 2 v. 8vo; Cambridge, 1805.
Annals of America, from 1492 to 1826, (2d
edition,) 2 v. 8vo; Cambridge, 1829.
Holstein, H. L. V. Duooudray: Memoirs of Simon Bolivar,
President Liberator of the Republic of Colombia, and of
his principal Generals, &c, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1830.
Hosack, David: Memoir of De Witt Clinton, 4to; N. York,
1829. (present.)
Hoyt, Epaphras: Antiquarian Researches, comprising a His
tory of the Indian Wars in the Country bordering Con
necticut River, &c. &c, 8vo; Greenfield, 1824.
Hubbard, William: General History of New England, from
the Discovery to 1680, 8vo; Cambridge, 1815.
Hutchinson, Thomas: History of Massachusetts Bay, from
1628 to 1691, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1765-'68.
History of Massachusetts Bay, from
1749 to 1774, comprising a detailed Narrative of the Origin
and Early Stages of the American Revolution; edited from
the Author's MS. by John Hutchinson, 8vo; Lond. 1828.
Irving, Washington: History of the Life and Voyages of
Christopher Columbus, 3 v. 8vo; New York, 1828.
The same, abridged by W. Irving, 12mo;
New York, 1829.
Jay, John: Correspondence between the Hon. John Jay and
Mr. Lewis Littlepage, p. 4to; New York, 1786.
Jefferson, Thomas: Memoir, Correspondence, and Miscella
nies; edited by Thomas Jefferson Randolph, 4 v. 8vo;
Charlottesville, 1829.
Jenks, William: Eulogy, illustrative of the Life of the late
Hon. James Bowdoin, 4to; Boston, 1812.
Johnson, William: Sketches of the Life and Correspondence
of Nathaniel Greene, 2 v. 4to; Charleston, 1822.
Journal of a late Surgeon on board an American Privateer,
captured by the British, and confined in the Prisons at
Melville Island, Chatham , and Dartmoor, 12mo ; Bost. 1816.
Keith, Sir William: History of Virginia, 4to; London,1738.
(imperfect. )
Kennet, White: Bibliothecae Americanae Primordia; an At
tempt towards laying the Foundation of an American Li
brary, 4to; London, 1713.
Laet, Joannis de: Notae ad Dissertationem H. Grotii de Origine Gentium Americanarum, 12mo; Amst. 1643.

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Latour, A. Lacarriere: Historical Memoir of the War in West
Florida and Louisiana, in 1814 and 1815; tr. from the
French, by H. P. Nugent, 8vo; Phila. 1816. (2 copies.)
Lee, Gen. Charles: Memoirs, Essays, and Letters, 8vo; Dub
lin, 1792.
Lee, Henry: Memoirs of the War in the Southern Depart
ment of the United States, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1812.
Lee, R. Henry: Life of Arthur Lee, with his Political and
Literary Correspondence, &c , 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1829.
Memoir of the Life of Richard Henry Lee,
with his Correspondence, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1825.
Life of Gen. William Eaton, 8vo; Brookfield, 1813.
Longchamp, Pierre de: Histoire de la Derniere Guerre, (de
1775— 1783,) 3 v. 12mo; Amsterdam, 1785.
McCall, Hugh: History of Georgia, 2 v. 8vo; Savan. 1811-'16.
McCulloch, John: Concise History of the United States, from
the Discovery of America till 1813, 12mo; Phila. 1813.
McCulloh, Dr. J. H. : Researches, Philosophical and Antiqua
rian, concerning the Aboriginal History of America, 8vo;
Baltimore, 1829.
McKenzie, Roderick: Strictures on Lt. Col. Tarleton's Histo
ry of the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781, 8vo; Lond. 1787.
Mandrillon, Joseph: Le Spectateur Americain, suivi de Recherches Philosophiques sur la Decouverte du NouveauMonde, 8vo; Amst. 1785.
Marbois, Barbe: History of Louisiana, particularly of the ces
sion of that Colony to the United States of America; with
an Introductory Essay on the Constitution and Govern
ment of the United States; tr. from the French, 8vo; Phi
ladelphia, 1830.
Marshall, Humphrey: History of Kentucky, 2 v. 8vo; Frank
fort, 1824.
Marshall, John: Life of George Washington, 5 v. 8vo; Phila
delphia, 1804-'7.
Life of George Washington, 5 v. 8vo; Phila
delphia, 1804-'7.
Mather, Cotton: Magnalia Christi Americana, fol. ; Lon. 1702.
Tracts relating to Witchcraft in New Eng
land, p. 4to; Boston, 1697.
Memoirs of a Life chiefly passed in Pennsylvania, 12mo; Harrisburg, 1811.
Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1 v. in 2
parts, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1826.
Memorials of Columbus; or a Collection of Authentic Docu
ments of that celebrated Navigator, now first published
from the original MSS., by order of the Decurions of Ge
noa; preceded by a Memoir of his Life and Discoveries,
by Gio. Batista Spotorno, 8vo; London, 1823.

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Miller, John: Memoirs of General Miller, in the Service of
the Republic of Peru, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1828.
Minot, G. Richards: Continuation of the History of Massa
chusetts, from 1748 to 1765, 2 v. 8vo; Bost. 1798—1803.
History of the Insurrections in Massa
chusetts, in 1786, and the Rebellion consequent thereon,
8vo; Worcester, 1788.
Moore, Jacob B. : Annals of the Town of Concord, N. H.,
from 1726 to 1823, 8vo; Concord, 1834.
Morse, Jedidiah: Annals of the American Revolution, 8vo;
Hartford, 1824.
Report to the Secretary of War, on Indian
Affairs, 8vo; New Haven, 1822.
Morton, Nathaniel: New England's Memorial, 12mo; Bos
ton, 1721.
New England Memorial, with Notes, and
an Appendix, by John Davis, 8vo; Bost. 1826. (present.)
Moultrie, William: Memoirs of the American Revolution, so
far as it related to North and South Carolina and Georgia,
2 v. 8vo; New York, 1802.
Narrative of the Campaigns of the British Army at Washing
ton, Baltimore, and New Orleans, in 1814 and 1815, by
an Officer who served in the Expedition, 8vo; Phila. 1821.
Neal, Daniel: History of New England, to the year 1700,
2 v. 12mo; London, 1720.
Niles, Hezekiah: Principles and Acts of the Revolution in
America, 8vo; Baltimore, 1822. (2 copies.)
Weekly Register, from September 7, 1811,
to August 29, 1829, 36 v. 8vo; Baltimore, 1811-'29.
Niles, John M. : Life of Oliver H. Perry, 12mo; Hartford,
1820.
Oldmixon, John: British Empire in America, 2 v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1708.
Palmer, Thomas H. : Historical Register of the United States,
1812-'14, 4v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1814-'16.
Perkins, Samuel: History of the Political and Military Events
of the late War between the United States and Great Bri
tain, 8vo; New Haven, 1825.
Pitkin, Timothy: Political and Civil History of the United
States of America, from 1763 to 1797, 2 v. 8vo; New
Haven, 1828.
Prince, Thomas: Chronological History of New England,
8vo; Boston, 1826.
Proud, Robert: History of Pennsylvania, from 1681 till 1770,
2v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1798.
Quincy, Josiah: Memoir of the Life of Josiah Quincy, Jr.,
8vo; Boston, 1825. (present.)

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J. 117
118
J. 104
J. 123

137

J.
48

J. 42

56
J. 64
51
J. 52

53
37

12
195

139
171
88
J. 193

Ramsay, David: History of the American Revolution, 2 v.
8vo; Philadelphia, 1789.
The same, 2 v. 8vo; Trenton, 1811.
History of the Revolution of South Caroli
na, 2 v. 8vo; Trenton, 1785.
Histoire de la Revolution" d'Amerique, par
rapport a la Caroline Meridionale, trad. de l'Anglois, 2 v.
8vo; Londres, 1787.
—,
History of the United States, from their set
tlement as Colonies, in 1607, to the year 1808; continued
to the Treaty of Ghent, by S. S. Smith, &c, 3 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1816-'17.
Life of George Washington, 8vo; New York,
1807.
Ranking, John : Historical Researches on the Conquest of Peru,
Mexico, Bogota, Natchez, and Talomeco, in the 19th Cen
tury, by the Mongols, 8vo; London, 1827.
Raynal, Guillaume Thomas: Histoire, Philosophique et Poli
tique, des Etablissemens et du Commerce des Europeens
dans les Deux Indes, 11 v. 8vo; Geneve, 1780.
Rengger, J. R. : Reign of Dr. J. G. Roderick de Francia, in
Paraguay, from 1819 to 1825, 8vo; London, 1827.
Review of the Military Operations in North America, from
1753 to 1756, 8vo; New York, 1770.
Robertson, William: History of America, 2 v. 8vo; Phila
delphia, 1812.
History of America, 9th and 16th books,
containing the History of Virginia to 1688, and of New
England to 1652, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1799.
Robinson, Wm. Davis: Memoirs of the Mexican Revolution,
8vo; Philadelphia, 1820.
Rogers, Ammi: Memoirs of the Rev. Ammi Rogers, late
Rector of St. Peter's Church in Hebron, Connecticut, &c
&c, 12mo; Hebron, 1824. (present.)
Rogers, T. J. : New American Biographical Dictionary, 2d
edition, 12mo; Easton, 1823. (present.)
Russell, William: History of America, from its Discovery by
Columbus, to the conclusion of the late War, &c, 2 v. 4to;
London, 1788.
Sanderson, John: Biography of the Signers to the Declaration
of Independence, 9 v. 8vo; Phila. 1820-'27.
Sherburne, John H. : Life and Character of the Chevalier John
Paul Jones, 8vo; Washington, 1825.
Slade, William: Vermont State Papers, 8vo; Middlebury,
1823.
Smith, Capt. John: Generall Historie of Virginia, New Eng
land, and the Summer Isles, folio; London, 1632.

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J. 91

J. 90
144
J. 129
130
79
76

196
J. 101
J. 198

181
147
22
38
18
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J. 98

Smith, Samuel: History of the Colony of Nova Caesaria or
New Jersey, from its first Settlement, 8vo; Burlington,
1765.
Smith, William: History of New York, from its first Disco
very, Svo; Lond. 1776.
Snow, Caleb H. : History of Boston, 8vo; Boston, 1825.
Soules, Francois: Histoire des Troubles de l'Amerique Anglaise, 4 v. 8vo; Paris, 1787.
Le me'me, 4 v. 8vo; Paris, 1787.
Sparks, Jared: Life of John Ledyard, 8vo; Cambridge, 1828.
^present. )
Speeches of the Governors of Massachusetts, from 1765 to 1775;
and other Public Papers, relating to the Dispute between
this Country and Great Britain, which led to the Indepen
dence of the United States, 8vo; Boston, 1818.
Sledman, C. : History of the Origin, Progress, and Termina
tion of the American War, 2 v. 4to; Lond. 1794.
Stith, William: History of the first Discovery and Settlement
of Virginia, 8vo; Williamsburg, 1747.
Tarleton, Banastre, (Lieut. Col.): History of the Campaigns
of 1780 and 1781, in the Southern Provinces of North
America, 4to; Lond. 1787.
Thacher, James: American Medical Biography, 2 v. 8vo; Bos
ton, 1828.
Military Journal during the American Re
volutionary War, from 1775 to 1783, 8vo; Boston, 1823.
Thompson, John Lewis: History of the Late War, 12mo;
Phila. 1816.
Ticknor, George: Remains of N. A. Haven, with a Memoir
of his Life, 12mo; Boston, 1828.
Touron, Antoine: Histoire Generale de l'Amerique, 14 v.
12mo; Paris, 1768-'70.
Tracts. —Eloge de M. Franklin, lu ii la seance publique de
l'Academie des Sciences, la 13 Nov. 1790, 8vo; Paris,
1791. —Eulogium of Benjamin Franklin, delivered by Dr.
William Smith, before the American Philosophical Socie
ty, March 1, 1791, 8vo; Phila. 1792. —Eulogy on James
Bowdoin, by John Lowell, delivered before the American
Academy of Arts and Sciences, Jan. 26, 1791, 4to; Bos
ton, 1791. —History of the Life, very strange Adventures,
and Works of Capt. John Macpherson, 12mo; Phila. 1789.
—Eulogium in honor of the late Dr. William Cullen, deli
vered before the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, Ju
ly 9th, 1790, 8vo; Phila. 1790.
Tracts, viz: Hutchins' Topographical Description of Virginia,
Pennsylvania, &c, 8vo; Lond. 1778. —American Maga
zine for March, 1741. —Memoir of the Mohegan Indians,
written in 1804. —Holmes' History of Cambridge, 8vo;
Boston, 1801.

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J. 189

61
84
164
33

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J. 116

J. 65

11
30
J. 29
31
163
183
J. 86
87

Tracts. —The Candor of Henry Laurens, Esq., manifested by
his behaviour to Mr. Edmund Jenings, 4to; Lond. 1783. —
Mr. Laurens' True State of the Case; by which his Candor
to Mr. Jenings is manifested, and the Tricks of Mr. Jen
ings are detected, 4to; Lond. 1783. —Afull Manifestation
of what Mr. Henry Laurens falsely denominates Candor
in himself, and Tricks in Mr. Edmund Jenings, 4to ;
London, 1783. —Letters, being the whole of the Corres
pondence between the Hon. John Jay, Esq., and Mr.
Lewis Littlepage, a young man whom Mr. Jay, when in
Spain, patronized and took into his Family, 4to; New
York, 1786. —Charges and Proofs respecting the Conduct
of Peter Landais, 4to; New York, 1787. —Eloge de M.
le Comte de Vergennes, lu le 12 Fevrier, 1788, dans la
seance publique de la Societe Royale de Medecine, par M.
Vicq-d'Azyr, 4to; Paris, 1788.
Transactions of the Historical and Literary Committee of the
American Philosophical Society, 8vo; Phila. 1819.
Trumbull, Benjamin: Complete History of Connecticut, from
1630 to 1764, 2 v. 8vo; New Haven, 1818.
Tudor, William: Life of James Otis, 8vo; Bost. 1823. (pres.)
Vater, Johann Severin: Untersuchungen iiber Amerika's
Bevolkerung aus dem Alten Kontinente, 8vo; Leipzig,
1810.
Vindication of the Captors of Major Andre, 12mo; N. York,
1817. (present.)
Warren, Mrs. Mercy: History of the Rise, Progress, and
Termination of the American Revolution, 3 v. 8vo; Bos
ton, 1805.
Washington, George: Journal of Major George Washington,
in 1753.—The Old Man's Guide to Health and Longer
Life, by J. Hill, M. D.; London, 1771.—Douglas's Vin
dication of Milton from the charge of Plagiarism, brought
against him by Mr. Lauder; London, 1771.
Watterston, George: Letters from Washington, 12mo; Wash
ington, 1818.
Weems, M. L. : Life of Gen. Francis Marion, 12mo; Phila.
1825.
Life of George Washington, with curious
Anecdotes, 12mo; Phila. 1808.
Life of William Penn, 12mo; Phila. 1822.
Wheaton, Henry: Some Account of the Life, Writings, and
Speeches of William Pinkney, 8vo; New York, 1826.
Wilkinson, Gen. James: Memoirs of my Own Times, 3 v.
8vo; with Diagrams, &c, 4to; Phila. 1816.
Williams, Samuel: Natural and Civil History of Vermont,
8vo; Walpole, 1794.
Natural and Civil History of Vermont.
(2d edition, enlarged,) 2 v. 8vo; Burlington, 1809.

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Williamson, Hugh: History of North Carolina, 2 v. 8vo; Phila.
1812.
J. 82 Winthrop, John: Journal of the Transactions and Occurrences
in the Settlement of Massachusetts and the other New
England Colonies, from 1630 to 1644, 8vo; Hartford,
1790.
145
History of New England, from 1630 to
1649; with Notes, by James Savage, 2 v. 8vo; Boston,
1825.
159 Wirt, William: Sketches of the Life and Character of Patrick
Henry, (3d edition,) 8vo; Phila. 1818.
J. 43 Woensel, P. Van: Precis de l'Histoire Philosophique et Poli
tique des Deux Indes de G. F. Raynal, 8vo; Amst. 1782.
89 Wood, Silas: Sketch of the First Settlement of the several
Towns on Long Island, 8vo; Brooklyn, 1828. (present.)
NEWSPAPER8.
J. 218
J. 219
205
J. 206
J. 207
J. 217
J. 208
J. 211
J. 239
239
240
J. 226

J. 216
J, 203
J. 204

Adams and Larkin's Independent Chronicle, from October 9,
1797, to November 3, 1800, 1 v. folio; Boston.
Adams and Rhoades' Independent Chronicle, 1802 to 1808,
7 v. folio; Boston.
Atlas, or Literary, Historical, and Commercial Reporter, 1st
vol. folio; New York, 1828. (present.)
Bache's General Advertiser, 1795-'6-'7, 3 v. folio; Phila.
Bache and Duane's Aurora, from 1798 to 1814, 17 v. folio;
Phik.
Barber and Southwick's Albany Register, 1800, folio; New
York.
Brown's Philadelphia Gazette, 1794 to 1800, 8 v. folio; Phila.
Carey's United States Recorder, 1798 to 1800, folio; Phila.
Daily National Intelligencer, from 1800 to 1813, 12 v. folio;
Washington City.
Daily National Intelligencer, from 1814 to 1830, 27 v. folio;
Washington Ci1y.
Daily National Journal, from 1826 to 1830, 9 v. folio; Wash
ington City.
Delaware Gazette, Carolina Gazette, Forlorn Hope, Sun of
Liberty, Tree of Liberty, Intelligencer and Weekly Ad
vertiser, Sentinel of Freedom, The Cabinet, Friend of the
People, Political Mirror, Universal Gazette, &c &c, 1 v.
folio; 1798 to 1800.
Denniston's Republican Watch Tower, 1800 to 1809, 9 v.
folio: New York.
Dunlap's American Daily Advertiser, from 1791 to 1793,
3 v. folio; Phila.
Dunlap and Claypoole's Am. Daily Advertiser, 1794 and
1795, 2 v. folio; Phila.

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J. 202
J. 225

J. 220
J. 229
J. 214
J. 210
J. 209
J. 222
J. 236
J. 224
J. 215
J. 221
J. 227
J. 213
J. 228

J. 212
J. 223
J. 235
241
J. 238
J. 232
J. 234
J. 233
J. 231
J. 237

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Dunlap and Claypoole's Pennsylvania Packet, &c , 1785-'86'89, 2 v. folio; Phila.
Dunlap's Pennsylvania Packet, June and July, 1775; Gene
ral Advertiser, Nov. and Dec, London, 1778; London
Evening Post, Nov. 1778, 1 v. folio.
Everett and Munroe's Boston Patriot, 1809-'10, 2 v. folio:
Boston.
Federal Gazette, by A. Brown, Oct. 1788 to 1792, 6 v. folio;
Phila.
Fenno's Gazette of the United States, 1789-'96, 10 v. folio;
New York.
1798, folio; Phila.
Freneau's National Gazette, 1791-'93, 2 v. folio; Phila.
Gales' Raleigh Register, 1800-'1, 1 v. folio; Raleigh.
Genius of Liberty, 1798-'99, 1800, 1 v. folio; Fredericks
burg.
Greenleaf's Journal, Time Piece, Delaware Gazette, Indepen
dent Chronicle, Fenno's Gazette, &c &c, 1797, 1 v. folio.
Greenleaf's New York Journal, &c, 1789-'96-'97, 1800, 3 v.
folio; New York.
Hunter and Beaumont's Palladium, 1798, 1 v. folio; Frank
fort.
Independent Chronicle and Constitutional Telegraphe, 1800,
1801, 1 v. folio; Boston.
Martin's American and Daily Advertiser, 1799, 1800, 2 v.
folio; Baltimore.
Philadelphia Gazette, The Diary, Am. Advertiser, The New
World, Telegraphe and Advertiser, Independent Gazet
teer, Daily Advertiser, 1795-'6-'7, 1 v. folio.
Philadelphia Prices Current, 1802-'7, 1 v. folio.
Salem Register. See Adams and Rhoades, No. 219.
The Bee, by Charles Holt, 1798, 1800, 1 v. folio; New Lon
don.
The Enquirer, from 1809 to 1814, 5 v. folio; Richmond.
United States' Telegraph, from 1828 to 1830, 5 v. folio;
Washington City.
Universal Gazette, by Samuel Harrison Smith, 1798 to 1808,
11 v. folio; Philadelphia and Washington City.
Virginia Argus, 1797, folio; Virginia.
Virginia Argus and Enquirer, (bound together,) from 1804
to 1808, 5 v. folio; Virginia.
Virginia Argus and Examiner, (bound together,) from 1797
to 1803, and from 1809 to 1813, 7 v. folio; Virginia.
Virginia Gazette, from 1746 to 1783, by Parks, 12 v. folio;
Virginia.
Virginia Gazette, Virginia Gazette and Richmond Chronicle,
Am. Gazette, Richmond Chronicle, Virginia Herald,.
Richmond and Manchester Advertiser, Virginia Argusr
1795, 1796, 1 v. folio.

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CHAPTER V

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ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY.

J.

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Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire Ecclesiastique, 3 v. 12mo;
Paris, 1768.
Arnaud, Henri: Glorious Recovery by the Vaudois of their
Valleys; translated from the original, with a compendious
. History of that People, by H. D. Ackland, 8vo; London,
1827.
Authentic Details of the Valdenses, in Piemont and other
Countries, 8vo; London, 1827.
Bede, the Venerable: History of the Church of England, tr.
by Thomas Stapleton, p. 4to; Antwerp, 1565.
Bingham , Joseph : Works, 2 v. folio; London, 1726.
Bogue, David, and James Bennett: History of Dissenters, from
1688 to 1808, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1808-'12.
Bower, Alexander: Life of Luther, 8vo; London, 1813.
Bower, Archibald: History of the Popes, 2 v. 4to; London,
1750.
Brook, Benjamin: Lives of the Puritans, 3 v. 8vo; London,
1813.
Burnet, Gilbert: History of the Reformation of the Church of
England, 3 v. folio; London, 1681-'83.
Butler, Charles: Memoirs of the English, Irish, and Scottish
Catholics, since the Reformation, 4 v. 8vo; London,
. 1822.
Cook, George: History of the Church of Scotland, from the
Establishment of the Reformation to the Revolution, 3 v.
8vo; Edinburgh, 1815.
History of the Reformation in Scotland, 3 v.
8vo; Edinburgh, 1819.
Cox, F. Augustus: Life of Philip Melancthon, 8vo; London,
1817.
Dellon, M. D. : Account of the Inquisition at Goa, translated
from the French, 8vo; London, 1815.
Ecclesiastical and University Annual Register for 1808, 8vo;
London, 1809.
Eusebius, Pamphilus: Ecclesiastica Historia, et Vita Constantini, a Valesio, Gr. Lat. folio; Paris, 1678.
Fontenelle, B. le Bovier de: Histoire des Oracles, 16s; Am
sterdam, 1687.
Lem&ne, 18mo; Paris, 1687.

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15

J.

J.

J.

J.

J.

J.

J.
J.

Graham, William: Advantages and Disadvantages of Ecclesi
astical Establishments examined, 12mo; London, 1821.
25 Grant, Johnson: History of the English Church, and of the
Sects which have departed from its Communion, 3 v. 8vo;
London, 1811-'20.
8 Griselini, Francesco: Memorie Anedote Spettanti a Fra Pa
olo, 8vo; Losana, 1760.
39 Hess, J. G. : Life of Ulrich Zwingle, translated from the
French, by Lucy Aikin, 8vo; London, 1812.
6 Histoire de l'Eglise, ecrite par Eusebe, Socrate, Sozomene,
Theodoret, Evagre, Photius, et Nicephore Calliste, trad.
en Francois, par L. Cousin, 5 v 12mo; Paris, 1786.
6a Histoire de la Vie de l'Empereur Constantin, ecrite par Eu
sebe, trad. en Francois, par L. Cousin, 12mo; Paris,
1686.
58 Histoire des Papes, 5 v. 4to; La Haye, 1732-'34.
44 Historical and Philosophical Memoirs of Pius VI., trans. from
the French, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1822.
10 History of Monastical Conventions and Military Institutions,
by J. S., 16s; London, 1686.
12 History of the Pope's Nephews, from 1471 to 1667, Umo;
London, 1673.
59c History of the Reformation of the Church of Scotland, by
D. B., folio; London, 1644.
53 Jamieson, John: Historical Account of the Ancient Culdees
of Ionia, 4to; Edinburgh, 18' 1.
13 Lambeth and the Vatican, or Anecdotes of the Church of
Rome, of the Reformed Churches, &c, 3 v. 12mo; Lon
don, 1825.
9 Leti, Gregorio: Vita di Sisto V., 3 v. 12mo; Amsterdam,
1721.
36 Lewis, John: History of the Life and Sufferings of the Reve
rend and Learned John Wickliffe, 8vo; London, 1720.
38
Life of the Learned and Right Reverend Rey
nold Pecock, &c, being a Sequel to the Life of Dr. John
Wickliffe, 8vo; Oxford, 1820.
55 Limborch, Philip a: History of the Inquisition, translated by
Samuel Chandler, 2 v. 4to; London, 1730.
46 Llorente, Jean Antoine: History of the Inquisition of Spain,
from the time of its Establishment to the Reign of Ferdi
nand VII., 8vo; London, 1826.
4 Maimbourg, Louis: Histoire des Croisades pour la Delivrance
de la Terre Sainte, 4 v. 16s; Paris, 16S2.
5
Le meme, 2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1676.
40 Middleton, Erasmus: Evangelical Biography, 4 v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1816.
52 Mills, Charles: History of Muhammedanism, 8vo; Lon
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J.
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J.

J.
J.
J.

Mills, Charles: History of the Crusades for the Rec6very and
Possession of the Holy Land, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1822.
16 Milner, Joseph: History of the Church of Christ; with addi
tions and corrections, by the Rev. Isaac Milner, 5 v.
12mo; Boston, 1822.
18 Mosheim, John Lawrence: Ecclesiastical History, Ancient
and Modern, translated from the Latin, with Notes, &c,
by A. Maclaine, 6 v. 8vo; London, 1782.
28 Neal, Daniel: History of the Puritans; corrected and enlarged
by Joshua Toulmin, 5 v. 8vo; Boston, 1816-'17.
64 Nicephorus, Callistus: Ecclesiasticae Historiae, Gr. ; adjecta
est Latina interpretatio Joannis Langii, a R. P. Frontone
Ducaeo, 2 v. folio; Lut. Par. 1630.
42 Paolo, Padre: Historia del Concilio Tridentino, 2 v. p. 4to;
Geneva, 1660.
62
The same, trans. into Eng. by Nathaniel
Brent, fol.; Lond. 1629.
56 Platina, Baptista: Historia de Vitis Pontificum Roimnorum,
4to; Coloniae, 1600.
47 Pnigblanch, Antonio: Inquisition Unmasked; tr. by William
Walton, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1816.
21 Reece, Richard: Compendious Martyrology, 3 v. 8vo; Lond.
1812-'15.
59 Sguropulum, Sylvestrum: Historia Concilii Florentini, Graece
scripta, transtulit in Sermonem Latinum, notasque ad calcem Libri adjecit, Robertus Creyghton, folio; HagaeComitis, 1660.
49 Sismondi, J. C. L. Simonde de: History of the Crusades
against the Albigenses, in the 13th Century; tr. from the
French, 8vo; Lond. 1826.
27 Soame, Henry: History of the Reformation of the Church of
England, 3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1826J
27
The same, 1st and 2d vols. 8vo; Lond. 1826.
65 Socrates Scholasticus et Hermias Sozomenus: Historia Ecclesiastica, Gr. et Lat. cum Annotationibus, ab H. Valesio,
folio; Paris, 1668.
26 Southey, Robert: Book of the Church, 2 v. 8vo; Boston,
1825.
7 Spelman, Henry: History and Fate of Sacrilege; with Twisden's Beginners of a Monastic Life in Asia, Africa, and
Europe, 8vo; Lond. 1698.
19 Stackhouse, Thomas: New History of the Bible, 6 v. 8vo;
Edinb. 1765-'7.
54 Stockdale, John Joseph: History of the Inquisitions, 4to;
London, 1810.
67 Strype, John: Annals of the Reformation and Establishment
of Religion, and other various occurrences in the Church of
England, during the first 12 years of Queen Elizabeth's,
happy Reign, 2 v. folio; Lond. 1725.

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J.

1

Sulpitius, Severus: Opera Omnia quae extant, 16s; Lugd.
Bat. 1635.
J. 66 Theodoretus et Evagrius: Historia Ecclesiastica, item Excerpta ex Historiis Philostorgii et Theodori, Gr. et Latin,
cum Annotationibus, ab H. Valesio, folio; Paris, 1673.
35 Todd, Henry John: Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the
Right Reverend Brian Walton, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1821.
17 Toland, John: Critical History of the Celtic Religion and
Learning; containing an account of the Druids, &c, 8vo;
London.
Twisden, Roger. See Spelman.
J. 11 Vertot, D'A. R. A. de: Origine de la Grandeur de la Cour
de Rome, 12 mo; Lausanne, 1745.
33 Viller, Charles: Essay on the Spirit and Influence of the Re
formation of Luther; tr. from the French, by James Mills,
8vo; Lond. 1805.
J. 61 Wharton, Henry; Anglia Sacra, 2 v. folio; Londoni, 1691.
31 Wilson, Walter: History and Antiquities of Dissenting
Churches and Meeting houses, in London, &c, 4 v. 8vo;
Lond. 1808-'14.
68 Wodrow, Robert: History of the Sufferings of the Church of
Scotland, from the Restoration to the Revolution, 2 v.
fol.; Edinb. 1721-'22.
41 Wordsworth, Christopher: Ecclesiastical Biography, 6 v. 8vo;
Lond. 1818.

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STATURAL HISTORY—PHYSICS.

NATURAL PHILOSOPHY.
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Beche, H. T. De la: Selection of the Geological Memoirs
contained in the Annales des Mines, &c, (tr. from the
French,) 8vo; Lond. 1824.
Bose, Geo. Matt.: Tracts on Electricity, Lat., 4to; Wittembergae, 1747.
Brande, William Thomas: Outlines of Geology, 8vo; Lond.
1817.
Bremontier, M. N. Th. : Recherches sur le Mouvement des
Ondes, 8vo; Paris, 1809.

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J. 32
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Buffon, G. L. le Clerc, Count de: Supplement a l'Histoire
Naturelle, 4to; Paris, 1778.
Burnet, Thomas: Archaeologiae Philosophical, p. 4to; Londoni, 1692.
Theory of the Earth, fol. ; Lond. 1684.
Cavallo, Tiberius: Elements of Natural or Experimental Phi
losophy, with Notes selected by F. X. Brosius, 2 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1819.
Clarke, C. C: Hundred Wonders of the World, 12mo; New
Haven, 1821.
Clerc, John le: Physica sivede Rebus Corporeis, 12mo;Londoni, 1696.
Cuvier, G. : Essay on the Theory of the Earth; with Mineralogical Notes, &c , by Professor Jameson, and Observa
tions on the Geology of North America, by Dr. S. L.
Mitchill, 8vo; New York, 1818.
Daniell, J. Frederic: Meteorological Essays and Observations,
8vo; London, 1823.
Delametherie, Jean-Claude: Theorie de la Terre, 3 v. 8vo;
Paris, 1795.
Description and Use of Nairne's Electrical Machine, 8vo ; Lon
don, 1783.
Eaton, Amos: Geological and Agricultural Survey of Rensse
laer County, New York, 8vo; Albany, 1822.
Geological and Agricultural Survey of the Dis
trict adjoining the Erie Canal, 8vo; Alb. 1824. (present. J
Ellicott, Andrew: Astronomical and Thermometrical Obser
vations on the Mississippi, made in the years 1796, 7, 8,
9, and 1800, 4to; Philadelphia, 1801.
Ephemerides Mediolanenses anni 1779, 8vo; Mediolani, J 778.
Ephemerides Meteorologicae Palatini, 1781-^'5, 5 v. 4to;
Manheimii, 1783-'87.
Erdmann, J. F. : Tracts on Electricity, Latin, 4to; Wittembergae, 1807.
Faujas de St. Fond, B. : Essai de Geologie, 2 v. 8vo; Paris,
1803-'9.
Histoire Naturelle de la Montagne
de St. Pierre de Maestricht, 4to; Paris, 1800.
Voyage Geologique a Oberstein, &c
4to; Paris, 1803.
Forster, Thomas: Pocket Encyclopaedia of Natural Pheno
mena, 12mo; London, 1827.
Researches about Atmospheric Phenome
na, 8vo; London, 1823.
Franklin, Benjamin: Experiments and Observations on Elec
tricity, with Letters and Papers on Philosophical Subjects,
4to; London, 1774.
Hamilton, Sir William: Observations on Mount Vesuvius,
Mount iEtna, and other Volcanos, 8vo; London, 1774.

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Hayden, Horace H. : Geological Essays, 8vo; Balt 1820.
Hibbert, Samuel: Description of the Shetland Islands, 4to;
Edinburgh, 1822.
Humboldt, A. de: Geognostical Essay on the Superposition
of Rocks, tr. from the French, 8vo; London, 1823.
Tableaux de la Nature, tr. de l'Allemand,
par J. B. B. Eyries, 2v. l2mo; Paris, 1808.
Isle, De Rome de l': L'Action du Feu Central démontrée
Nulle a la Surface du Globe, contre les Assertions de MM.
le Comte de Buffon, Bailly, de Mairan, &c , 8vo; Pa
ris, 1781. —Lettre a Madame la Baronne de ***, sur la
Chaleur du Globe, démontrée par MM. de Mairan et
le Comte de Buffon, soutenue par M. Bailly; et encore
existante, malgré les Assertions de M. D. R. D. L., par
M. L. S. ****, 8vo; Amst. 1780.
Izarn, Joseph: Lithologie Atmospherique, 8vo; Paris, 1803.
Kirwan, Richard: Estimate of the Temperature of different
Latitudes, 8vo; London, 1787.
Lamarck, J. B. : Annuaire Météorologique, pour l'an 8, 9,
et 10 de la République Française, 12mo; Paris, 1800-'2.
Lippi, C. : Fu il Fuoco, o l'Acqua che Sotterrô Pompei ed
Ercolano? 8vo; Paris, 1800.
Luc, J. A. de: Idées sur la Météorologie, 2 v. 8vo; Paris,
1787.
Lettres Physiques et Morales sur l'Histoire
de la Terre et de l'Homme, 5 v. 8vo; Paris, 1779.
Lettres sur quelques Parties de la Suisse, et
sur le Climat d'Hiéres, vol. 1, 1ere partie, 8vo; La Haye,
1778.
Macculloch, John: Description of the Western Islands of
Scotland, &c , 2 v. 8vo; and Atlas, 4to; London, 1819.
Macleay, K. : Description of the Spar Cave in the Island of
Skye;to which is added, the Mermaid, a poem, 8vo; Edin
burgh, 1811.
Météorologie des Cultivateurs, par le Citoyen D. C. 12mo;
Paris, 1798.
Météorologie de Marseilles, 1779 to 1786, 4to; MS.
Ordinaire, C. N. : Histoire Naturelle des Volcans, 8vo; Paris,
1802.
Parkinson, James: Organic Remains of a former World, 3 v.
4to; London, 1804-'11.
Pluche, Abbe Antoine Noel de: Histoire du Ciel, 2 v. 12mo;
Paris, 1788.
Spectacle de la Nature, 8 v.
12mo; Paris, 1771.
Rohault, Jacques: Traité de Physique, 2 v. 16s; Paris, 1683.
Sauvagere, M. dela: Recueil de Dissertations, &c,8vo; Paris,
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Shaw, Simeon: Nature Displayed in the Heavens, and on the
Earth, 6 v. 12mo; London, 1823.
16 Tracts. — Description and Use of a New Portable Orrery, by
William Jones,, 8vo; Lond. 1787. —Catalogue of Optical,
Mathematical, and Philosophical Instruments, made and
sold by William and Samuel Jones, London. —Eulogium
on David Rittenhouse, by Dr. B. Rush,8vo;Phila. 1796. —
Memoir concerning the fascinating faculty which has been
ascribed to the Rattlesnake, &c, by B. S. Barton, 8vo;
Phila. 1796. —Monthly Magazine, for Sept. 1796, 8vo;
London, 1796. —Scientific and Descriptive Catalogue of
Peale's Museum, by C. W. Peale and A. M. F. J. Beauvois, 8vo; Phila. 1796. —Inquiry into, and Observations
upon the Causes and Effects of, the Epidemic Disease
which raged in Philadelphia, from the month of August
till towards the middle of December, 1793; by Jean Deveze, Fr. and Eng., 8vo; Phila. 1794. —Brief Account of
the Epidemical Fever in the City of New York, with the
Names of the Persons who died of it, from July 29 to
November 1, 1795; by M. L. Davis, 8vo; N. York, 1795.
47 Tracts in Cosmology, by Pownal, Williams, Parmentier,
Planazu, Ingenhousz, Barton, &c, 4to.
15 Tracts in Cosmology, Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, &c, by
Peyroux, Churchman, Mitchill, Rouelle, McClurg, Bland,
Rush, &c, p. 4to.
48 Tracts in Physics, viz: Delambre, Ginguene, Rampasse, Delile, Conover, Humboldt, Pearson, Girardin, DeFer, Lam
bert, Davy, Sinclair, and Galatin, 4to.
60 Transactions of the Geological Society, 5 v. 4to; London,
1811-'19.
31 Ure, Andrew: New System of Geology, in which the Great
Revolutions of the Earth and Animated Nature are re
conciled at once to Modern Science and Sacred History,
8vo; London, 1829.
59 Whitehurst, John : Inquiry into the Original State and Form
ation of the Earth, 4to; Lond. 1786.
37 Wild, Francois Sam. : Essai sur la Montagne Salifere du Goavernemente d'Aigle, situe dans le Canton de Berne, 8vo;
Geneve, 1788.
12 Williams, Jonathan; Thermometrieal Navigation, 8 vo; Phil.
1799.
57 Woodward, John: Essay sur l'Histoire Nuturelle de la Terre,
tr. de l'Anglois, par M. Noguez; avec la Reponse aux Ob
servations de M. le Docteur Camerarius, concernant l'Essay, &c, 4to; Paris, 1735.
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Abercrombie, John: Gardener'sPocketDictionary, 3v. 12mo;
Lond. 1786.
Agricola, G. A. : Philosophical Treatise of Husbandry and
Gardening, tr. from the German, with Remarks and an
Appendix, by R. Bradley, 4to; Lond. 1726.
American Farmer, edited by John S. Skinner, 8 v. 4to; Bal
timore, I821-'29.
American Husbandry, by an American, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1775.
Anderson, James: Essays on Agriculture and Rural Affairs,
Svo; Dublin, 1797.
Bakewell, Robert: Observations on the influence of Soil and
Climate on Wool, 8vo; Lond. 1808.
Bath Society: Papers on Agriculture, Planting, &c, from
1778 to 1796, 8 v. 8vo; Bath, 1788-'96.
Bidet,
: Traite sur la Nature et sur la Culture de la Vigne;
revue par M. Du Hamel du Monceau, 2 v. 12mo; Paris,
1759.
Board of Agriculture, London. —Plan of the Board, by Sir
John Sinclair, 1793. Plan of an Agreement among the
Powers in Europe, and the United States of America, for
the purpose of rewarding Discoveries of general benefit to
Society, by Sir J. Sinclair, Eng and French, 1795. —
Substance of Sir John Sinclair's Addresses to the Board,
20th of June, and 14th of July, 1795. —General Report
upon the size of Farms, by Thomas Robertson, 1796. —Re
port on the subject of Manures, by Robert Somerville, with
Appendix, 1795. —Additional Appendix, 1796.—Report
on the Culture and use of Potatoes, 1795.
Board of Agriculture, London. —General View of the Agri
culture of the Northern Counties and Islands of Scotland,
by Sir John Sinclair, 1795. —General View of the Agri
culture of the County of Clackmannan, &c, by J. F. Erskine, 1795. —General View of the Agriculture of the
County of Kinross, by the Rev. David Ure, 1797.—Ge
neral View of the Agriculture and Rural Economy of East
Lothian, by George Buchan Hepburn, 1794. —General
View of the Agriculture of the County of Stirling, by R.
Belsches, 1796- —Tour through the Sheep Pastures in the
Southern parts of Scotland, by John Naismyth, 1795.

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ture, viz: In Berkshire, by William Pearce, 1794:—In
the County of Essex, by C. Vancouver, 1795:—In the
County of Huntingdon, by Thomas Stone, 1793:—In the
County of Middlesex, by Thomas Baird, 1793:—In the
County of Northampton, by James Donaldson, 1794:—In
the County of Somerset, by John Billingsley, 1794:—In
the County of Stafford, by W. Pitt, 1794:—In the North
Riding of Yorkshire, by Mr. Tuke, jun. :— Kirst Report
from the Select Committeeon the Cultivation and Improve
ment of the Waste, Uninclosed, and Unproductive Lands
of the Kingdom, December 23d, 1795.
Bonneterie, Saboureux de la: Traduction d'Anciens Ouvrages
Latins relatifs a l' Agriculture, et a la Medicine Veterinaire, avec des Notes, 6 v. 8vo; Paris, 1783.
Bordley, J. B. : Essays and Notes on Husbandry and Rural
Affairs, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1799.
Sketches on Rotations of Crops, 8vo; Phil.
1796.
Boswell, George: Treatise on Watering Meadows, 8vo; Lond.
1792.
Bradley, Richard: Improvements of Planting and Gardening,
8vo; Lond. 1726.
Ten Practical Discourses concerning the
Four Elements, as they relate to the Growth of Plants,
8vo; London, 1733.
: Treatise of Husbandry and Gardening, 3 v.
8vo; London, 1724.
Brosse, M. de la: Traite de la Culture du Figuier, 12mo;
Amst. 1724.
Cato, Varro, Columella, et Palladius De Re Rustica, p. 8vo;
Heidelb. 1595.
Complete Grazier, 8vo; London, 1816.
Coxe, William: View of the Cultivation of Fruit Trees, 8vo;
Phil. 1817.
Daubenton: Advice to Shepherds and owners of Flocks, on
the Care and Management of Sheep; tr. from the French,
8vo; Boston, 1810.
Davy, Sir H.: Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, 8vo;
Phil. 1821.
Deane, Samuel: New England Farmer, 3d ed. 8vo; Boston,
1822.
Dickson, Adam: Husbandry of the Ancients, 2 v. Svo; Edinb.
1788.
Douette-Richardot, Nicholas: Pratique del'Agriculture, 8vo;
Paris, 1806.
Duhamel, du Monceau, H. L. : Traite de la Conservation des
Grains, 12mo; Paris, 1754.

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Duhamel, et Tillet: Histoire d'un Insecte qui Devore les
Grains de l'Angoumois, 12mo; Paris, 1762.
102 Evelyn, John: Silva and Terra; with Notes, and a Memoir of
Evelyn, by A. Hunter, 2 v. 4to; York, 1812.
J. 103
Sylva, Pomona, and Kalendarium Hortense,
fol.; London, 1664.
J. 104
Terra; with Notes, by A. Hunter, g. 4to;
York, 1787.
J. 37 Fabbroni, A.: Istruzzioni Elementari di Agricoltura, 8vo;
Perugia.
J. 12 Fillassier, M. : Culture de la Grosse Asperge dite de Hollande, 12mo; Amst. 1783.
J. 39 Fordyce, George: Elements of Agriculture and Vegetation,
8vo; London, 1771.
J. 76 Forsyth, William: On the Culture and Management of Fruit
Trees, 8vo; Phil. 1802.
J. 96 François, N. (de Neufchateau): Voyages Agronomiques dans
la Senatorerie de Dijon, 4to; Paris, 1806.
19 Gardiner, John, and David Hepburn: American Gardener,
12mo; Georgetown, 1818. (present. J
J. 92 Ginanni, Francesco: Delle Malattie del Grano in Erba, 4to;
Pesaro, 1759.
J. 31 Hale, Thomas: Complete body of Husbandry, 4 v. 8vo; Lond.
1758-'9.
J. 32 Hales, Stephen: Statical Essays, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1738.
3 Hazzi, Staatsrath Von: Neuester Katechismus des Feldbaues,
12mo; Munehen, 1828.
101 Henderson, Alexander: History of Ancient and Modern
Wines, 4to; London, 1824.
Hepburn. See Gardiner.
J. 38 Home, Francis: Principles of Agriculture and Vegetation,
8vo; London, 1762.
J. 80 Home, Henry: Gentleman Farmer, 8vo; Edinb. 1779.
68 Huish, Robert: Treatise on the Nature, &c of Bees, 8vo;
London, 1815.
58 Hunter, Alexander: Georgical Essays, 6 v. 8vo; York, 1803-'4.
J.
1 Jacob, Giles: Country Gentleman's Vade Mecum, 12mo;
London, 1717.
J. 18 Jardinier Solitaire, 12mo; Paris, 1723.
88 Journal of Agriculture, 1st v. 8vo; London, 1829.
J. 106 Langley, Batty: Pomona, or the Fruit Garden illustrated, fo
lio; London,' 1729.
J. 68 Lasteyrie, C. P. de: Du Cotonnier et de sa Culture, 8vo; Pa
ris, 1808.
J. 63
Traite sur les Betes-a-Laine d'Espagne,
8vo; Paris, 1799.
J. 7 Lasiri, Proposito: Corso di Agricoltara, 5 v. 12mo; Firenze,
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Liebault, J. See Surflet.
Livingston, Robert R. : Essay on Sheep, 8vo; N. Y. 1809.
Loudon, J. C : Encyclopaedia of Agriculture, 8vo; Lon. 1826.
—i
Encyclopaedia of Gardening, 8vo; Lon. 1822.
McMahon, Bernard: American Gardener's Calendar, 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1806.
McWilliam, Robert: Essay on the Origin and Operation of
the Dry Rot, 4to; London, 1818.,
Mallet, —: Le Parfait Jardinier, 4to; Paris, 1795.
Maupin, M : Nouvelle Methode pour Cultiver la Vigne,8vo;
Paris, 1782.
Mawe. — See Abercrombie.
Memoires de la Societe d' Agriculture du Departement de la
Seine, 11 v. 8vo; Paris, 1801-'8.
Memoirs of the Board of Agriculture of the State of New
York, 3 v. 8vo; Albany, 1821 -'26. (present. )
Memoirs of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agricul
ture, 5 v 8vo; Philadelphia, 1808-'26.
Miller, Philip: Dictionnaire des Jardiniers; tr. de l'Anglois,
par M. De Chazelles, avec Notes, &c, par M. Hollandre,
5 v. 4to; Paris, 1785.
Gardener's Calendar, 8vo: London, 1765.
Gardener's Dictionary, folio; London, 1768.
Mills, John: Natural and Chemical Elements of Agriculture,
12mo; London, 1770
Practical Treatise of Husbandry, 4to; Lon. 1762.
Mortimer, John: Whole Art of Husbandry, 2 v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1721.
Parkinson, Richard: Experienced Farmer, 2 v. 8vo; Phila
delphia, 1799.
Parmentier, M.: Recherches sur les Vegetaux Nourissans, 8vo;
Paris, 1781.
Peters, Richard: Agricultural Enquiries on Plaster of Paris,
8vo; Philadelphia, 1797.

Discourse on Agriculture, 8vo; Philadel
phia, 1816. (pamphlet. )
Pontey, William: Forest Primer, 8vo; London, 1808.
Prize Essays and Transactions of the Highland Society of
Scotland, 7th v. 8vo; Edinburgh, 1829.
Proceedings of the British Privy Council, in relation to the
insect called the Hessian Fly, folio; London, 1789.
Randolph, John: Treatise On Gardening, 16s; Richm'd, 1793.
Rocca, l'Abbe Della: Traite Complet sur les Abeilles, 3 v.
8vo; Paris, 1790.
Ronconi, Ignazio: Dizionario d'Agricoltura, 2 v. 8vo; Venezia, 1783.
Sampson, G. Vaughan: Statistical Survey of the County of
Londonderry, 8vo; Dublin, 1802.

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Serres, Oliver de: Theatre d'Agriculture, 2 v. 4to; Pans, 1804.
Sinclair, John: Code of Agriculture; with Notes, 8vo; Hart
ford, 1818.
Statistical Reports, 8vo; London, 1791-'3.
Speechly, William: Treatise on the Culture of the Vine, 8vo;
Dublin, 1791.
Spurrier, John: Practical Farmer, 8vo; Wilmington, 1793.
Stephens, George: Practical Irrigator, 8vo; Edinb. 1829.
Steuart, Sir Henry: Planter's Guide, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1828.
Stephens, C. See Surflet.
Surflet, Richard: Maison Rustique, or the Countrie Farme;
tr. from the French of Charles Stephens and John Liebault, p. 4to; London, 1600.
Taylor,
: Arator, or Agricultural Essays, 12mo; George
town, 1813.
Thacher, James: American Orchardist, 8vo; Boston, 1822.
Tracts. —Address and R îles of the South Carolina Society
for promoting and improving Agriculture and other Ru
ral Concerns, 12mo; Charleston, 1785. —Dissertazione sopra il quesito indicare le vere Teorie con le quali devono
eseguirsi leStime deiTerreni, stabilite le quali abbiano i pratici stimatori delle vere Guide, che gli conducono a deter
minante il valore;dalSig. AdamoFabbroni, 12mo;Firenze,
1785. —Méthode facile de conserver a peu de frais les ( J rains
et les Farines, par M.Parmentier, 12mo; Londres, 1784.-—
L'Art de Faire le Vin, par M. Maupin, 1 2mo; Paris, 1779.
Tracts. —Essai sur les Moyens de Perfectionner les Arts
Economiques en France, par A. F. Sylvestre, 8vo; Paris,
1801. —Mémoire sur l'Utilité qu'on peut tirer des Marais
desséchés, en général, et particulièrement de ceux du Laonois, par Cretté Palluel, 8vo; Paris, 1802. —Instruction
sur l'Amélioration des Chevaux en France, par J. B.
Huzard, 8vo; Paris, 1802.
Tracts. —Husbandry Dependant on Live Stock, by J. B.
Bordley, 8vo; Phil. 1800. —Transactions of the Society
for Promoting Agriculture in Connecticut, 4to; New Ha
ven, 1802. —Nouveau Traité d'Economie Rurale, par
Cointeraux, 8vo; Paris, 1803. — Papers on Agriculture,
published by the Massachusetts Society for l'romot'jng
Agriculture, 8vo; Boston, 1803 and 1804. —Mémoire ;sur
l'Amélioration des Races de Bêtes à Laine dans le Départe
ment de la Gironde, par M. Journu Auber, p. 4to; Biordeaux, 1804.
I
Tracts. —Observations on the Agriculture of the United Statefcs
of America, by W. Strickland, 8vo; Lond. 1801. —Greplt
Error of American Agriculture exposed, by Thos. Moorœ,
8vo; Baltimore, 1801. —Bordley on Hemp, 8vo; Phila
1799. —On the necessity of promoting Agriculture, Manui
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Tracts. —On the Culture of Lucerne, p. 12mo; Richmond.—
Country Habitations, 8vo.—Letter to Lord Somerville,
late President of the Board of Agriculture, with a View
to show the Inutility of the Plans and Researches of that
Institution, by Thomas Stone, 8vo; London, 1800. —Trea
tise on Practical Farming, by John A. Binns, 8vo; Fredericktown, 1803. —L'Abondance, ou la Veritable Pierre
Philosophale, by F. de la Jutais, 12mo; Phila. 1805. —Di
rections for the Transplantation, &c, of Young Thorn or
other Hedge Plants, by Thomas Main, 8vo; Washington,
1807.—Notice sur l'Agriculture des Celtes et des Gaulois,
8vo; Paris, 1806.—Memoire sur la Naturalisation des Arbres Forestiers de l'Amerique Septentrionale, par F. A.
Michaux, 8vo; Paris, 1805.—Plan of the re-printed Re
ports of the Board of Agriculture, 8vo; London, 1806.—
Coup-d'CEil sur la Culture de quelques Vegetaux exotiques, dans les Departemens Meridionaux de la France,
par Dr. L. Valentin, 8vo; Paris, 1807.—Rapport, et Medailles d'Encouragement ionnees par la Societed'Agriculture du Departement de la Seine, 1808, 8vo; Paris, 1808. —
Address to the People of the United States, on the im
portance of encouraging Agriculture and Domestic Manu
factures, by G. W. P. Custis, 8vo; Alexandria, 1808.
Tracts. —Particulars of the Breeding Stock, late the property
of Robert Fowler, of the County of Oxford, England, 8vo;
Lond. 1791.—Sketches of Rotations of Crops, &c, by J.
B. Bordley, 8vo; Phil. 1796.—Outlines of a Plan for Es
tablishing a State Society of Agriculture in Pennsylvania,
8vo; Phila. 1794.—Manures most advantageously applied
to the various sorts of Soils, by R. Kirwen, 8vo; Lond.
1796.—Agricultural Experiments on Gypsum; and expe
riments to ascertain the best rotation of Crops, by G. Lo
gan, 8vo; Phil. 1797.
Tracts.—Rapport sur le Perfectionnement des Charrues, par
Citoyen Francois (de NeufchSteau,) 8vo; Paris, 1801.—
Lettres du Lord Somerville, du Due de Bedford, de M.
Arthur Young, au C. Francois (de Neufch&teau) sur la
Charrue, 8vo; Paris, 1803. —Medailles d'Encouragement
donnees par la Societe d'Agriculture du Departement de la
Seine, 1803, 8vo; Paris, 1803.
Traite sur la Culture de la Vigne, par Chaptal, Rozier, Parmentier, et Dussieux, 2 v. Svo; Paris, 1801.
Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London, 5 v. 4to;
Lond. 1812-'24.
Transactions of the Society, instituted in the State of New
York, for the promotion of Agriculture, Arts, and Manu
factures, 4to; part 1; New York, 1792.
Trinci, Cosimo: L'Agricoltore Sperimentato, 2 v. 12mo; Venezia, 1796.

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Tupputi, Dominique: Reflexions Succinctes sur l'etatde l' Ag
riculture, et de quelques autres parties del' Administration,
dans le Royaume de Naples, 8vo; Paris, 1807.
J. 36 Vettori, Piero: Trattato della Coltivazione degli Ulivi, 8vo;
Firenze, 1762.
59 Walker, John: Economical History of the Hebrides and
Highlands of Scotland, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1812.
20 White, James: Compendium of the Veterinary Art, 4 v.
12mo; Lond. 1822.
J. 23 Young, Arthur: Farmer's Guide, in Hiring and Stocking
Farms, 2 v. 8vo; Dublin, 1771.
Rural Economy, 8vo; Lond. 1773.
J. 22
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Accum, Frederick: Chemical Amusements; with additions,
by Thomas Cooper, 12mo; Phila. 1818.
Adet, Pierre-August: Lecons Elementaires de Chimie, 8vo;
Paris, 1804.
Alcock, Thomas: Essay on the Use of Chlorurets of Oxide of
Sodium and of Lime, as powerful Disinfecting Agents,
8vo; Lond. 1827.
Archer, James: Inaugural Essay on the Effects and Modus
Operandi of the Carbonates of Lime, Magnesia, and Pot
ash, in the cure of general and local Diseases, 8vo; Phila.
1804. —The Doctrine of Phlogiston established, and that
of the Composition of Water refuted, by Joseph Priestley,
8vo; Northumberland, 1803
Baume, Antoine: Chymie Experimentale et Raisonnee, 3 v.
8vo; Paris, 1773.
Bergman, Sir Torbern: Physical and Chemical Essays, tr. by
E. Cullen, with Notes, &c, 3 v. 8vo; Lond. 1788.
Black, Joseph: Lectures on the Elements of Chemistry, 3 v.
8vo; Phila. 1807.
Brande, William Thomas: Manual of Chemistry, 3 v. 8 vo;
London, 1821.
Third Dissertation on the Pro
gress of Chemical Philosophy, 8vo; Boston, 1818.

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Cazalet, Jean-Andre: Theorie de la Nature, 8vo; Bordeaux,
1796.
22 Chaptal, J. A.: Elemens de Chimie, 3 v. 8vo; Paris, 1796.
31 Cooper, Thomas: Introductory Lecture in Chemistry, 8vo;
Carlisle, 1812.
14
Some Information concerning Gas Lights, 8vo;
Phila. 1816.
6 Conversations on Chemistry, 2 v. 12 mo; Lond. 1807.
18 Cramer, John Andrew: Elements of the Art of Assaying
Metals; tr. from the Latin, 8vo; Lond, 1741.
15 Crawford, Adair: Experiments and Observations on Animal
Heat, 8vo; Lond. 1808.
36 Davy, Sir Humphrey: Elements of Chemical Philosophy,
part 1, vol. 1, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1812.
10 Dobson, Matthew: Medical Commentary on Fixed Air; with
additions, by William Falconer, 8vo; London, 1787.
24 Ewell, Thomas: Discourses on Modern Chemistry, 8vo; New
York, 1806.
41 Explanatory Dictionary of the Apparatus and Instruments em
ployed in Philosophical and Experimental Chemistry, 8vo;
London, 1824.
12 Fond, Sigaud de la: Eisai surDifferentes Especes d'Air-Fixe,
ou Gas; revue et augmentée, par N. Rouland, 8vo; Paris,
1785.
27 Foronda, Valentin de: Lecciones Ligeras de Chimica, 8vo;
Madrid, 1791.
21 Fourcroy, A. F. : Elemens d'Histoire Naturelle et de Chimie,
4 v. 8vo; Paris, 1786.
42 Hare, Robert: Compendium of the Course of Chemical In
struction in the Medical Department of the University of
Pennsylvania, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1828. (present. J
33 Henry, William: Elements of Experimental Chemistry, 2 v.
8vo; London, 1815.
17 Ingen-Housz, Jean: Experiences et Observations sur divers
objets de Physique, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1785-'89.
16
Experiences sur les Vegetaux, vol. 2,
8vo; Paris, 1789.
28 Jacobs, W. Stephen: Experiments and Observations on Uri
nary and Intestinal Calculi, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1801.
1
Student's Chemical Pocket Companion,
12mo; Philadelphia, 1802.
20 Lavoisier, A. L.: Traite Elementaire de Chimie, 2 v. 8vo;
Paris, 1789.
39 Mackenzie, Colin: One Thousand Experiments in Chemistry,
3 v. 8vo; London, 1821.
3 Macquer, Joseph: Dictionnaire de Chimie, 4 v. 12mo; Paris,
1778.
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Macquer, Joseph: Elements of the Theory and Practice of
Chemistry; trans. from the French, by Andrew Reid, 2 v.
8vo; London, 1758.
13 Metherie, M. de la: Essay Analytique sur l'Air Pur, et les
Differentes Especes d'Air, 8vo; Paris, 1785.
25 Morveau, L. B. Guyton de: Traite des Moyens de Desinfecter l'Air, 8vo; Paris, 1805.
43 Neumann, Caspar: Chemical Works; abridged, &c , by Wm.
Lewis, 4to; London, 1759.
19 Penington, John: Chemical and Economical Essays, 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1790.
11 Rouland, N. : Tableau Historique des Proprietés des Phenomenes de l'Air, 8vo; Paris, 1784.
4 Scheele, Ch. Wm.: Memoires de Chimie, 12mo; Dijon, 1785.
5
- Traite Chimique de l'Air et du Feu,
12mo; Paris, 1781.
29 Smith, Thomas P. : Sketch of the Revolutions in Chemis
try, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1798.
35 Thomson, Thomas: System of Chemistry; with Notes, by
Thomas Cooper, 4 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1818.
2 Watson, Richard: Chemical Essays, 5 v. 12mo; London,
1784-'87.
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4 Abernethy, John: Surgical Observations, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1811.
5
Lectures on Anatomy, Surgery, and Pa
thology, 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1828.
6 Bell, Charles: Letters concerning the Diseases of the Urethra,
8vo; Boston, 1811.
7
, System of Operative Surgery, founded on the
basis of Anatomy, 2 v. 8vo; Hartford, 1816.
8 Bell, John: Discourses on the Nature and Cure of Wounds,
2 v. in 1, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1795.
9
Principles of Surgery; abridged by J. A. Smith,
with Notes, &c , 8vo; New. York, 1810.
10 Boyer, J. B. N.: Lectures upon Diseases of the Bones, ar
ranged by Richerand; tr. from the French, by M. Farrell;
with Notes, &c, by J. Hartshorne, 8vo; Phila. 1805.

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Boyer, J. B. N. : Treatise on Surgical Diseases, tr. from the
French, by A. H. Stevens, with Notes by the Translator,
2 v. 8vo; New York, 1815-'16.
Burns, Allan: Observations on the Surgical Anatomy of the
Head and Neck; with a Life of the Author, and additional
Cases and Observations, by G. S. Pattison, 8vo;Balt. 1823.
Cooper, Samuel: Dictionary of Practical Surgery; with Notes
and Additions, by J. S.' Dorsey, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1810.
First Lines of the Practice of Surgery, 8vo;
Phila. 1808.
Desault, P. J. : Surgical Works, by X. Bichat; tr. from the
original, by E. D. Smith, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1814.
Laforest, M. : L'Art de Soigner les Pieds, 12mo; Paris, 1782.
Laforgue, L. : L'Art du Dentiste, 8vo; Paris, 1802.
Mauriceau, François: Traite des Maladies des Femmes Gros
ses, 4to; Paris, 1681.
Waters, N. B. : System of Surgery, extracted from the Works
of Benjamin Bell, of Edinburgh, 8vo; Phil. 1791.

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Adair's Natural
Medical History
Cautions of
to the
Invalids,
Body 8vo;
and Bath,
Mind, 1787.
8vo; Bath,

1787.
81 Ainslie's Materia Indica, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1826.
4 Aikin on the Cow Pox, 12mo; Lond. 1801.
102 American Medical Journal, 3 v. 8vo; Phila. 1827 and 1828.
32 Aphorisms of Sanctorius, by Quincey, 8vo; London, 1723.
130 Aretaei Opera, cum Commentario Henischii, folio; 1603.
13 Art of Beauty, 12mo; London, 1825.
53 Astruc's Diseases of Children, 8vo; London, 1746.
38 Barnwell's Physical Investigations, 8vo; Phila. 1802.
65 Baynard on Cold Bathing, 8vo; London, 1 709.
92 Beddoe's Observations on Calculus, &c, 8vo; Phila. 1797.
75 Bell's Treatise on the Lues Venerea, Svo; Albany, 1814.
91 Berthe de la Maladie (Fievre Jaune) d'Andalousie de 1800,
8vo; Paris, 1802.

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J. 25
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Blancardi Lexico Medicum, 8vo; Lugd. Bat. 1717.
Blancard's Physical Dictionary, 8vo; London, 1715.
Boerhaave Institutio Medicinae, 12mo; Lugd. Bat. et Rotterd.
1734.
Boerhaave Aphorismi, 12mo; Edinburgi, 1745.
Bracken's Traveller's Pocket Companion, 12mo; Lond. 1744.
Brooke's Introduction to Physic and Surgery, 8vo; Lon. 1763.
Practice of Physic, 8vo; London, 1763.
Brown's Elements of Medicine, 12mo; Fairhaven, 1797.
Buchan's Domestic Medicine, 8vo; London, 1786.
Cadogan on the Gout, 8vo; London, 1771.
Celsus de Re MedicS, p. 4to; Ludg. Bat. 1592.
Certitude de la Medecine, et autres ecrits de Cabanis, 8vo;
Paris, 1803.
Chdpman's Journal of the Medical and Physical Sciences, 14
v. 8vo; Phila. 1820-'27.
System of Materia Medica, 2 v. 8vo; N. York, 1821.
Chrestien, sur la Methode Jatroliptrice, 8vo; Montp'r, 1804.
Clark's Medical Notes on the Climate, &c, of France, Italy,
and Switzerland, 8vo; London, 1820.
Compendium of Physic and Surgery, 12mo; Lond. 1769.
Coup d'CEil sur les Revolutions et sur la Reforme de la M6decine, par Carbanis, 8vo; Paris, 1804.
Coxe's American Dispensatory, 8vo; Phila. 1818.
Medical Dictionary, 8vo; Phila. 1817.
Cullen's Lecture on the Gout, MS. 4to: delivered in 1770.
Materia Medica, 2 v. 8vo; Edinb. 1789.
— Practice of Physic, 4 v. 8vo; Edinb. 1784.
Cutbush on the Health of Soldiers and Sailors, Svo; Phila.
1808.
Darlington, William: Dissertation on the Mutual Influence
of Habits and Disease, 8vo; Phila. 1804. (present.)
Davidge's Nosologia Methodica, 8vo; Balt. 1813. (present.)
Physical Sketches, 8vo; Baltimore, 1814. (present.)
Darwin's Zoonomia, 3 v. 8vo; New York, 1796-'97.
Dictionnaire des Drogues Simples, de Lemery, 4to; Amst.
1716.
Dovar's Physician's Legacy, 12mo; Lond. 1733.
Edinburgh Medical and SurgicalJournal, vols. 27 to 32, 8vo;
Edinb. 1827-'29.
Elemens de Pharmacie, par Beaume, 8vo; Paris, 1784.
Essay on the Treatment of the Gout, &c, 8vo; Lond. 1810.
Evidence, at large, on Jenner's Discovery of Vaccine Inocu
lation, 4to; Lond. 1805.
Ewell's Medical Companion, (1st edition,) 8vo; Phila. 1807.
Facts on the Pestilential Fever of Philadelphia, by the Col
lege of Physicians, 8vo; Phila. 1798.
Falconer's Observations on Cadogan, 8vo; Bath, 1772.

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J. 90
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J. 43
J. 28
J. 29
J. 132
J. 125
J. 121
J. 68
J. 67
J. 66
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J. 45
J. 108
J. 77
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J. 116
J. 124
J. 39
J. 55
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Family Companion for Health, 8vo; Londpn, 1729.
Fontana sur les Poisons, 4to; Florence, 1781.
Forsyth's New London Medical and Surgical Dictionary,
12mo; London, 1829.
Fothergill on the Suspension of Vital Action, 8vo; Bath,
1795.
Fuller's Pharmacopoeia, 12mo; Lond. 1714.
Gibson's Farrier's Dispensatory, 8vo; London, 1726.
Good's Study of Medicine, 5 v. 8vo; Boston, 1826.
Gorraei Definitiones Medicae, Nicandri Theriaca et Alexipharmaca, Hippocrates de Genitura, Natura Pueri, Jusjurandum, de Arte Antiqua Medicina, et de Medico, folio;
Paris, 1622.
Gregory's Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Physic, 2
v. 8vo; Phila. 1826.
Harvei Opera, 2 v. in 1, p. 4to; Lugd. Bat. 1737.
Healde's London Dispensatory, 8vo; Lond. 1788.
Hippocratis Opera Omnia, (Gr. et Lat.) Vander Linden, 5 v.
8vo; Lugd. Bat. 1665.
Hippocratis Opera, (Gr. et Lat.) folio; (no title page.)
Hunter on the Venereal Disease, 4to; London, 1786.
Lettsom, John Coakley: Observations on the Cow Pock, 4to:
London, 1801.
Ligeron the Gout, 8vo; London, 1760.
Maclurg on the Bile, 8vo; London, 1772.
Macbride's Experimental Essays, 8vo; London, 1764.
McLean on Quarantine Laws, 8vo; Lond. 1824.
Magendie's Summary of Physiology, 8vo; Baltimore, 1822.
Mandeville on Hysterics, 8vo; Lond. 1730.
Mason's Pocket Companion for the Horse, 12mo; Petersburgh,
1811.
Mayo, John: Remarks on Insanity, 8vo; London, 1817.
Meade's Medical Works, 8vo; Edinb. 1775.
Mease's Dissertation on the Rabies, 8vo; Phila. 1792.
Medical Observations, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1758-'62.
Medical Repository, (new series,) vol. 2d, 8vo; New York,
1815.
Mercurialis, p. 4to; Venetiis, 1598.
Millar on the Change of Opinion in Religion, Politics, and
Medicine, 2 v. 4to; London.
New Dispensatory, 8vo; Phila. 1791.
Onania, 8vo; London, 1730.
Orfila on Poisons, 8vo; Phila. 1817.
Paris's Treatise on Diet, 8vo; London, 1826.
Parr's Medical Dictionary, 2 v. 4to; Phila. 1819.
Peale (Charles W.) on the Means of Preserving Health, 8vo;
Phila. 1803.
Pfeiffer's Inaugural Dissertation on the Gout, 8vo; Phila. 1791 ,

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Pharmacopoeia Londinensis, 12mo; Lond. 1711.
Pharmacopoeia Massachusetts, 12mo; Boston, 1808.
Pitcairn's Works, 8vo; Lond. 1715.
Pringle on the Diseases of the Army, 8vo; London, 1768.
Professional Anecdotes, or Ana of Medical Literature, 3 v.
12mo; London, 1825.
J. 20 Quincey's Dispensatory, 8vo; London, 1749.
J. 24
Medicinal Dictionary, 8vo; London, 1749.
46 Richerand's System of Physiology, 8vo; Phila. 1818.
J. 10 Ricketson on the Means of Preserving Health, 12mo; New
York, 1806.
J. 129 Riverius's Practice of Physic, folio; London, 1663.
J. 110 Rogers de Dysenteria, 8vo; Edinb. 1785.
J. 87 Rush on Yellow Fever, 8vo; Phila. 1805.
J. 89 Rush's Introductory Lectures, 8vo; Phila. 1811.
Medical Inquiries, 2d and 4th vols. 8vo; Philadelphia,
J. 88
1796-'7.
J. 6 Salmon's Supplement to the Dispensatory, p. 8vo; London,
1688.
J. 109 Shattuk's Dissertations, 8vo; Boston, 1808.
J. 30 Shaw's Practice of Physic, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1738.
J. 64 Short's Discourses on Tea, 8vo; London, 1750.
History of the Mineral Waters of England, 2 v. in 1,
J. 126
4to; London, 1734, and Sheffield, 1740.
J. 112 Stokes de Asphyxia, 8vo; Phila. 1793.
J. 49 Strother's Causes and Cures, 8vo; London, 1718.
J. 44 Sydenham's Works, 8vo; London, 1705.
J. 118 Sydenhami Opera, 4to: (no title page.)
J. 56 Tableau des Varietes de la Vie Humaine, par Daignan, 2 v.
8vo; Paris, 1786.
J.
5 Tazewell's Vade-Mecum Medicum, 12mo; Lutetiae Parisiorum, 1798.
J. 35 Tissot's Advice, 8vo; London, 1768.
J. 12
Works, (French,) 15 v. 12mo; Paris et Lausanne,
1769-'85.
J. 120 Tracts on the Cowpox, 4to; 1800-'3.
J. 85 Tracts on the Yellow Fever, by Palloni, Deveze, Hardie,
Blane, Miller, &c, 8vo.
J. 103 Tracts, viz: On Animal Magnetism and Syphilis, 8vo; Paris,
1782-'4.
J, 105 Tracts, viz: Rush's Introductory Lectures, 8vo; Phila. 1801.
—Rush on the Effects of Ardent Spirits upon the Mind
and Body, 12mo; Phila. —Rush on the Laws of Vital Mat
ter, 8vo; Phila. 1804. —Griffiths on Ophthalmia, 8vo; Phila.
1804. —Ffirth's Treatise on Malignant Fever, 8vo; Phila.
1804. —Vaughan's History of the Autumnal Fever in Wil
mington, in 1802, 8vo; V\ ilmington, 1803. —Sir John Sin
clair on Longevity, Eng. Fr. 8vo; Lond. & Paris, 1802.

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Tracts, viz: Proceedings ot the College of Physicians of Phi
ladelphia, &c, in relation to Contagious Diseases, 8vo;
Phila. 1798. —Rush's Lectures upon Animal Life, 8vo;
Phila. 1799. —Mease on the Disease produced by the Bite
of a Mad Dog, 8vo; Phila. 1801. —Barton on Materia
Medica, 8vo; Phila. 1798. —Waterhouse on Kine-Pox,
8vo; Boston, 1800. —First Report of the Vaccine Pock
Institution, London, 1800.
Tracts in Medicine, by Coste, Lyons, Valentin, T. Ewell,
La Forgue, Rush, Foronda, Delile, Brown, and Romayne.
Trattati Fisica del Cocchi, p. 4to; Londra, 1762.
Turner on Glee's, 8vo; London, 1729.
Underwood on the Diseases of Children, 8vo; Phila. 1818.
Valentin de la Fievre Jaune, 8vo; Paris, 1803.
Wainewright's Non-Naturals, 8vo; London, 1708.
Warner on the Gout, 8vo; London, 1768.
Waterhouse on the Kine Pox, 8vo; Cambridge, 1802.
Williamson's Medical and Miscellaneous Observations rela
tive to the West India Islands, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1817.
Wilson on Febrile Diseases, 2 v. 8vo; Hartford, 1809.
Woodhouse on the Persimmon Tree, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1792.
(2 copies.)
Young, Joseph: Physiological Treatise, and a New System
of Astronomy, 8vo; New York, 1800.

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ANATOMY.
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J. 11

Anatomia di Cocchi, p. 4to; Firenze, 1745.
Anatomy of the Human Body, by John and Charles Bell, 4 v.
8vo; London, 1802-'4.
J. 3 Ball's Analytical View of the Animal Economy, 12 mo; New
York, 1808.
18 Bell, John: Engravings of the Bones, Muscles, and Joints,
1st and 2d parts, 2 v. 4to; Philadelphia, 1816.
19 Bell, Charles: Engravings, Explaining the Course of the
Nerves, &c, 4to; Philadelphia, 1818.
12 ——- Engravings of the Arteries, 8vo; Phila. 1816.

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10 Bichat's General Anatomy, 3 v. 8vo; Boston, 1822.
8
Pathological Anatomy, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1827.
J. 9 Blumenbach's Short System of Comparative Anatomy, by
Lawrence, 8vo; London, 1807.
J. 6 Cheselden's Anatomy, 8vo; London, 1763.
J. 7 Cuvier, Lecons d'Anatomie Comparee, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1800.
J. 14 Descartes, L'Homme et Le Monde, par De La Forge, 4to;
Paris, 1677.
J. 15 Hunter, John: Natural History of the Human Teeth, 4to;
London, 1778.
J. 4 Lassus, M. : Histoire des Decouvertes en Anatomie, 8vo ; Paris,
1783.
J. 1 Noguez, M.: L'Anatomie du Corps del' Homme, 12mo; Paris,
1726.
2 Ramsay's References of the Anatomical Paintings and Pre
parations, at the Anatomical Rooms, Edinburgh, 12mo;
Edinburgh, 1799.
17 Ramsay, Alexander: Anatomy of the Heart, Cranium, and
Brain, with plates, 2 v. 4to; Edinburgh, 1813.
13 Warren's Comparative View of the Sensorial and Nervous
System.* of Men and Animals, 8vo; Bost. 1822. (present.)
J. 16 Winslow's Anatomy, trans. by Douglas, 4to; London, 1756.

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Abrege du Systeme de la Nature de Linnee, par Gilibert, 8vo;
Paris, 1802.
Adams on the Microscope, 8vo; London, 1771.
Annals of the Lyceum of Natural History of New York,
2 v. 8vo; New York, !824-'28.
Audubon's Birds of America, 16 numbers, gr. folio; London,
1827-'30.
Baker's Microscope, 8vo; London, 1744.
Natural History of the Polypus, 8vo; London, 1743.
Bancroft, Edward: Essay on the Natural History of Guiana,
in S. America, 8vo; London, 1769.

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J. 70 Barrington's Miscellanies, 4to; London, 1781.
J. 74 Barton's Fragments of the Natural History of Pennsylvania,
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(pamphlet) folio; Philadelphia, 1799.
Bevan on the Natural History, Physiology, and Management
of the Honey Bee, 8vo; London, 1827.
Blumenbach: Manuel d'Histoire Naturelle, 2 v. 8vo; Metz,
1803.
Bomare: Dictionnaire Raisonne Universel d'Histoire Natu
relle, 15 v. 8vo; Lyon, 1791.
Bonaparte's American Ornithology, 3 v. 4to; Philadelphia,
1825-'28.
Bonnet: (Euvres Physiques, 12 v. 8vo; Neuchatel, 1779-'81.
Buffon: Mineraux, 9 V. ; Paris, l783-'88.
~i
Oiseaux, 18 v. ; Paris, 1770-'85
S- 39 v. 12mo.
Supplement, 12 v. ; Paris, 1774-'82. )
Continuation, 12 v. 12 mo; (wanting the 1st and 5th
Des Oiseaux;) Paris, 1770-'77.
, Oiseaux, avec des Planches enlumin^es, 10 v. 4to;(646
plates,) Paris, 1770-'78.
et Oaubenton, Histoire Naturelle, 31 v. 12mo; Paris,
1752-'68.
Burkhard's Elements of the Philosophy of Nature, by Smith,
12mo; New York, 1804.
Catesby's Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Ba
hama Islands, 2 V. gr. folio; London, 1771.
Curtis's British Entomology, 6th v. 8vo; London, 1829.
Cuvier: Tableau Elementaire de l'Histoire Naturelle des Animaux, 8vo; Paris, 1798.
Dandolo on the Art of Rearing the Silkworm, 12mo; London,
182S.
D'Azara: Essais sur l'Histoire Naturelle des Quadrupedes de
la Province du Paraguay, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1801.
De Laet: Pisonis Medicina Brasiliensis; et Marcgravii Historia Naturalis Brasilia, folio; Lugd. Bat. 1648.
Desmarest: Considerations Generates sur la Classe des Crustaces, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1825.
Dumeril: Considerations Generates sur la Classe des Insectes,
2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1823.
Ellis's Zoophytes, 4to; London, 1786.
Esperienze Intorno a Diverse Cose Naturali da Redi, 4to;
Firenze, 1671.
Fisica Animate e Vegetabile di Spallanzani, 4 v. 8vo; Modena, 1776-'80.
Fleming's Philosophy of Zoology, 2 v. 8vo; Edinburgh,
1822.
Godman's American Natural History, 3 v. Svo; Philadelphia,
J826~'28.
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Goldsmith's Animated Nature, 4 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1795.
Harlan's Fauna Americana, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1825.
Harris, T. M. : Natural History of the Bible, 8vo; Boston,
1820.
Histoire des Animaux d'Aristote, par Camus, (Gr. et Fr.) 2
V. 4to; Paris, 1783.
Histoire Naturelle de Pline, (Lat. et Fr.) 12 v. 4to; Paris,
1771-'82.
Huber's Natural History of Ants, 12mo; London, 1820.
Natural History of Bees, 12mo; Edinburgh, 1821.
Hughes' Natural History of Barbadoes, folio; London, 1750.
Insectorum Theatrum Wottoni, Gesneri, Pennii, et Moufeti,
p. folio; London, 1634.
Journal of a Naturalist, 8vo; London, 1829.
Lacepede, Compte de: Histoire Naturelle de Quadrupedes,
Ovipares, et des Serpens, 4 v. 12 mo; Paris, 1 788-' 90.
Histoire Naturelle des Poissons, 5 v. 4to; Paris,
1798, 1803.
Lamarck: Histoire Naturelle des Animaux sans Vertebres, 7 v.
8vo; Paris, 1815-'22.
Systeme des Animaux sans Vertebres, 8vo; Paris,
1801.
Lawrence's Lectures on Physiology, Zoology, and the Natu
ral History of Man, 8vo; London, 1822.
Linnaei Fauna Suecica, 8vo; Stockholmiae, 1761.
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Systema Naturae, et Mantissa prior, editio 12mo, 4 v.
8vo;Holmiae, 1766-'68.
Mantissa Altera, 8vo; Holmiae, 1771.
Loudon's Magazine of Natural History, 2 v. 8vo; London,
1829.
Nicholson: Essai surl'Histo ire Naturelle de Saint Domingue,
8vo; Paris, 1776.
Pennant's History of Quadrupeds, 2 v. 4to; London, 1793.
Petit Dictionnaire Classique d'Histoire Naturelle, 2 v. 12mo;
Paris, 1827.
Palfyn: Traite des Monstres, p. 4to; Leide, 1708.
Philosophical Survey of the Animal Creation, 12mo; Lond.
1768.
Plinicus Secundus Dalechampii, 6 v. 8vo; Francofurti, 1608,
Plinii Historia Naturalis, not. var. 3 v. 8vo; Lugd. Bat.
1669.
Richardson's Fauna Boreali-Americana, or the Zoology of
the Northern Parts of British America, 4to; London,
1829.
Samouelle'sEntomologist'sUsefulCompendium,8vo; London,
1819.
Say's American Entomology, with a Glossary, 3 v. 8vo; Phila.
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Shaw's General Zoology, 20 v. 8vo; London, 1800-'17.
Smellie's Philosophy of Natural History, 8vo; New Hamp
shire, 1808.
Smith on the Variety in the Human Species, 8vo; Philadel
phia, 1787.
Stewart's Elements of the Natural History of the Animal
Kingdom, 2 v. 8vo; Edinburgh, 1817.
Tracts. —Discours de Zoologie, par Lacepede, 8vo; Paris,
1801. —Guide to the Philadelphia Museum, 8vo. —Peale's
Account and Description of the Skeleton of the Mam
moth, (2 pamphlets,) 8vo; London, 1802-'3.
Tracts. —Lettres d'un Solitaire sur la Version de M. Camus
de l'Histoire des Animaux d'Aristote, 4to; Paris, 1784.
—Lettera Apologetica di Spallanzani in risposta al S.
Hunter, sulla Digestione; Milano, 1788.
Tyson's Ourang Outang, p. folio; London, 1699.
Uncertainty of the Signs of Death, by Bruhier, 12mo; Lond.
1746.
Vipere e Anguillette di Fontana, 8vo; Lucca, 1767.
Virey: Histoire Naturelle du Genre Humain, 2 v. 8vo; Paris,
1802.
Walcknaer: Tableau des Aranei'des, 8vo; Paris, 1805.
White on the Gradation in Man, 4to; London, 1799.
Willoughby's Ornithology, folio; London, 1678.
Wilson's American Ornithology, 9 v. folio; Philadelphia,
1808-'14.
Zimmerman: Zoologie Geographique, 8vo; Cassel, 1784.

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Barton's Elements of Botany, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1803.
Medical Botany, 2 v. 4to; Philadelphia, 1817-'18.
Prodromus Florae Philadelphiae, 4to; Philadelphia,
1815.
Bigelow's Florula Bostoniensis, (2d ed.) 8vo; Boston, 1824.
Medical Botany, 2 v- 4to; Boston, 1817.

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Boerhaave, H. : Historia Plantarum, 12mo; London, 1731.
Botanical Cabinet, vols. 13, 14, and 15, 12mo; Lond. 1827,
1829.
Bradley's Botanical Dictionary, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1728.
Catalogue of the Botanic Garden at Liverpool, 8vo; Liverpool,
1808.
Classes and Orders of the Linnaean System of Botany, 3 v.
8vo; London, 1816.
Clayton's Flora Virginica, 4to; Lugd. Bat. 1762.
Conversations on Botany, 12mo; London, 1820.
Crowninshield's Hortus Siccus, 8vo, MS. ; 1807.
Curtis's Botanical Magazine, 56 v. 8vo; London, 1793 to 1829.
Observations on British Grasses, 8vo; London, 18^4.
Darlington's Florula Cestrica, 8vo; West Chester, 1826.
(present. )
Darwin's Botanic Garden, 8vo; New York, 1798.
Dioscoride, traduzione e discorsi di Matthioli, folio; Ven.
1573.
Dioscorides, (Gr. et Lat.) p. 8vo; Paris, 1549.
Donn's Catalogue of Plants, improved by Pursh and Lindley,
12mo; London, 1826.
Dumont-Courset: Le Botaniste-Cultivateur, 4 v. 8vo; Paris,
1802.
Eaton, Amos: Manual of Botany, for the Northern and Mid
dle States, 12mo; Albany, 1818.
Elliott's Sketch of the Botany of South Carolina and Geor
gia, 1st v. and part 1 of 2d v. 8vo; Charleston, 1821.
Hernandez, Fr.: De Historia Plantarum Novae Hispaniae, 3
v. 4to; Matriti, 1790.
Jacquin, N. J. : Selectarum Stirpium Americanarum Historia,
8vo; Manhemii, 1788.
Linnaei Critica Botanica, 8vo; Lugd. Bat. 1737.
Flora Lapponica, 8vo; Amst. 1737.
Fundamenta Botanica, edente Gilibert, 3 v. 8vo;
Colonies-Allobrogum, 1786-'7.
Genera Plantarum, (6th ed.) 8vo; Holmiae, 1764.
Philosophia Botanica, 8vo; Viennae Austriae, 1763.
Species Plantarum, 2 v. 8vo; Holmiae, 1762.
Linnaeus on the Sexes of Plants, and Study of Nature, by
Smith, 8vo; London, 1786.
Linnaeus's System of Nature, by Turton, 6 v. 8vo; London,
1806.
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System of Vegetables, 8vo; Litchfield, 1782.
Marshall's American Grove, 8vo; Phila. 1785.
Martyn's Illustrations of the Linnaean System of Vegetables,
8vo; London, 1817.
Maund's Botanic Garden, 2 v. p. 4to; London, 1826-'28.

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Michaux, F. A.: Flora Boreali-Americana, 2 v. 8vo; Paris,
1803.
Histoire des Arbres Forestieres de l'Amerique Septentrionale, 4to; Paris, 1811.
Les Chenes d'Amerique, folio; Paris, 1801.
North American Sylva, 2 v. 4to; Paris,
1819.
Muhlenberg, H. : Catalogues Plantarum Americae Septentrionalis, 8vo; Lancaster, 1813.
Descriptio Uberior Graminum et Plantarum
Calamariarum Americae Septentrionalis, 8vo; Phila. 1817.
Nomenclator Botanicus, (Lat. Gal. Ang. Germ. Suec et Dan.)
8vo; Copenhagen, 1769.
NuttalPs Genera of North American Plants, 12mo; Phila.
1818.
Parkinson's Herbal, folio; Lond. 1640.
Persoon, C. H.: Synopsis Plantarum, 2 v. 12mo; Paris,
1805-'7.
Phillips' Sylva Florifera, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1823.
Plumier, R. P. Charles; Description des Plantes de l'Amerique, folio; Paris, 1713.
Pursh's Flora Americae Septentrionalis, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1816.
Rafinesque's Medical Flora, or Manual of the Medical Botany
of North America, 1st v. 8v0; Philadelphia, 1828.
Roscoe's Address on opening the Botanic Garden of Liver
pool, 8vo; Liverpool, 1802.
Rousseau's Botany, by T. Martyn, 8vo; London, 1785.
Shecut's Flora Carolinaeensis, 8vo; Charleston, 1806.
Sloane's Voyage to Madeira, Barbadoes, and Jamaica, 2 v.
folio; London, 1707 and 1725.
Stackhouse, J. : Nereis Britannica, 4to; Oxonii, 1816.
St. Germain, J. J. de: Manuel des Vegetaux, (Lat. et Fr.)
8vo; Paris, 1784.
Sweet's Flora Australasica, 8vo; London, 1827-'28.
Theophrasti Erisii Historia Plantarum, (Gr. et Lat.) Gazae,
Commentariis Bodaei a Siapel, Jul. Caes. Scaligeri et Constantini, folio; Amst. 1644.
Tournefort, J. P.: Institutiones Rei Herbariae, 2 v. 4to;
Paris, 1719.
Tracts. —Marshall's (Humphrey) Arbustrum Americanum,
8vo; Phila. 1785. —Explication du SystSme Botanique du
Chevalier Von Linne, par M. Gouan, 8vo; Montpellier,
1787.—Catalogue of Plants and Seeds, sold by Kennedy and
Lee, at the Vineyard, Hammersmith, 8vo; Lond. 1784.
Walter, Thomas: Flora Caroliniana, 8vo; Londini, 1788.
Waterhouse's Botanist, 8vo; Boston, 1811.
Willdenow's Principles of Botany, and of Vegetable Physiolo
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Blainville, H. M. Ducrotay de: Manuel de Malacologie et
de Conchyliologie, with plates, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1825-'27.
Brooke's Familiar Introduction to Crystallography, 8vo; Lon
don, 1823.
Burrow's Elements of Conchology, 12mo; London, 1818.
Cleaveland's Elementary Treatise on Mineralogy and Geolo
gy. 8vo; Boston, 1822.
Comstock's Elements of Mineralogy, 8vo; Boston, 1827.
Cronstedt's Mineralogy, by Magellan, 2 v. 8vo; London,
1788.
Da Costa's Elements of Conchology, 8vo; London, 1776.
Dillwyn's Descriptive Catalogue of Recent Shells, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1817.
Haiiy: Traite de Mineralogie, 5 v. 8vo; Paris, 1801.
Jameson's System of Mineralogy, 3 v. 8vo; Edinb. 1820.
Kirwan's Mineralogy, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1810.
Lowry's Conversations on Mineralogy, 2 v. 12mo; London,
1822.
Mawe on Diamonds, 8vo; London, 1815.
Mawe's Linnaean System of Conchology, 8vo; London, 1823.
Montfort, Denys de: Conchyliologie Syst6matique, et Classi
fication Methodique des Coquifles, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1808.
Phillips' Elementary Introduction to Mineralogy, 8vo; New
York, 1818.
Robinson's Catalogue of American Minerals, 8vo; Boston,
1825.
Schoolcraft's View of the Lead Mines of Missouri, 8vo; New
York, 1819.
Sowerby's Mineralogy of Great Britain, 5 v. 8vo; London,
1804-'17.
Struve, H. : Recueil sur les Salines, 12mo; Geneve, 1803.
Turton's Conchological Dictionary, 12mo; London, 1819.
Wodarch's Introduction to the Study of Conchology, 12mo;
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jEhostation.—Cavallo's History'of iErostation, 8vo; Lon
don, 1785.
45 Arts, &c —American Journal of Improvements in the Use
ful Arts, 1st vol. 8vo; Washington, 1828.
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Beckman's History of Inventions and Discove
ries, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1814.
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Bibliotheque Physico-Economique, 14 v. 12mo;
Paris, 1 784-' 90.
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Bigelow's Elements of Technology, 8vo; Bos
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Book of Trades, and Library of the Useful Arts,
12mo; London, 1824
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Emporium of Arts and Sciences, 4 v. 8vo; Phil.
1812-'13.
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Gill's Technological Repository, v. 4 and 5, 8vo;
London, 1829.
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Handmaid of the Arts, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1764,
(2 copies.)
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Journal Polytype, pour l'annee 1786, 9 v. 8vo;
Paris.
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Repertory of Arts and Manufactures, 61 v. 8vo;
Lond. 1794 to 1824.
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Transactions of the Society of Arts, 19 v. 8vo;
London, 1783— 1801.
52
Pamphlets. —Promotion des Sciences Utiles et
de l'Industrie, &c, par C. Lippi, 8vo; Paris,
1806.
Tracts on Education, Painting, Ship Building,
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&c, by S. H. Smith, C. Jones, Denon, Si
mons, Akerman, Latrobe, Fothergill, Guest,
&c, 1794—1801.
J 53 Book-keeping. —Gordon's Counting House, 8vo; Edinb.
1766.
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Hayes' Modern Book-keeping, 8vo; Lond.
J, 55 Brewing.—Combrune's Theory and Practice of Brewing,
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Tanner, 8vo; New York, 1815.
London and Country Brewer, 8vo; Lond. 1750.
Richardson's Philosophical Principles of Brew
ing, 8vo; London, 1788.
Shannon's Practical Treatise on Brewing, Dis
tilling, &c, 4to; London, 1805.
Wigney's Treatise on Malting and Brewing,
8vo; Lond. 1823.
Building. —Architecture Rurale de Cointeraux, 8vo; Paris,
1790.
Buchanan on Mill Work, &c, with Notes by T.
Tredgold, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1823.
Builder's Price Book, 8vo; London, 1788.
Evans' Millwright and Miller's Guide,8vo; Phil.
1795.
Genette sur les Cheminees, 12mo; Liege, 1760.
Johnson's Rural Economy, 8vo; New Bruns
wick, 1806.
La Faye sur la Chaux des Romains, 8vo; Paris,
1777.
Rumford's Essays, 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1798-'99.
Smeaton on Mills, and other Machines, requir
ing Circular Motion, 8vo; London, 1813.
Theatrum Machinaruni Universale, 8vo; and
1 v. gr. folio, marked J.
Traite de la Construction des Ponts, par M.
Gauthey, 3 v. 4to; Paris, 1809-'16.
Tredgold on the Strength of Cast Iron, &c, 8vo;
London, 1824.
Canals. —Chapman on the Manchester and Dee Ship Canal,
4to; London, 1825.
Colden's Memoir of the Celebration of the Com
pletion of the New York Canals, 4to; New York,
1825.
Description du Canal de Jonction de la Meuse au
Rhin, par Hageau, 4to; Paris, 1819.
Plates to do. gr. folio.
Gilpin's Memoirs of the Chesapeake and DelawareCanal, 8vo; Wilmington, 1821.
Histoire du Canal du Midi, ou Canal de Languedoc,
par Andreossy, 2 v. 4to; Paris, 1804.
Laws of the State of New York, in relation to the
Erie and Champlain Canals, 2 v. 8vo; Albany,
1825. (5 copies.)
Phillips' History of Inland Navigation, 8vo; Lond.
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Canals. —Reports on Canals from Boston Harbor to Connec
ticut and Hudson Rivers, 8vo; Boston, 1826.
10 copies. (present. )
Strickland's Reports on Canals, Railways, Roads,
&c, folio; (15 copies.)
Stutcliffe's Treatise on Canals, 8vo; Rochdale,
1816.
Tracts, viz: Gallatin's Report on Canals, and Es
says by Smith, Colles, and Tatham, 8vo.
Watson's History of the Western Canals, &c, 8vo;
Albany, 1820. (present.)
Cider and Perry. —Knight on the Apple and Pear, Cider
and Perry, 12mo; Ludlow, 1802.
Civil Engineering. —Reports of John Smeaton, made in
the course of his employment as a
Civil Engineer, 4. v. 4to; London,
1812-'14.
Cookery. —Apicius Coelius de Opsoniis et Condimentis, sive
arte Coquinaria, 12mo; Amstel. 1709.
Avis au Peuple sur leur Premier Besoin, (lePain,)
parl' Abbe Baudeau,.12mo; Amst. 1774.
Avis sur la Maniere de Faire le Pain, par Parmentier, 12mo; Londres, 1782-'4.
DictionnaireDomestique, 3 v. 12mo; Paris, 1762.'
Eale's Cookery, 12mo; Lond. 1742.
Le Parfait Boulanger, par Parmentier, 8vo; Pa
ris, 1778.
Parmentier sur les PommeS de Terre, 12mo;
Paris, 1781.
Resultats de la Fabrication des Sirops et des Con
serves de Raisins, par Parmentier, 8vo; Parisj
1812.
Distilling.—Hall's Distiller, 8vo; Phila. 1818.
Krafft's American Distiller, 8vo; Phila. 1804.
McHarry's Practical Distiller, 8vo; Harrisburgh, 1809.
Dying. —Bancroft's Experimental Researches concerning
the Philosophy of Permanent Colors, 2 v. 8vo;
Phila. 1814.
Bertholet, Elemens de l'Art de la Teinture, 2 v.
8vo; Paris, 1791.
Bertholet's Elements of theArt of Dying and Bleach
ing, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1824.
Cooper on Dying and Calico Printing, 8vo; Phila.
1815.
Education. —Chesterfield's Letters, 4 v. 12mo; London.
Elementary Exercises for the Deaf and Dumb,
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Education —Essai General d'Education, par Jullien, 4to;
Paris, 1808.
Eudoxe, Entretiens sur l'Etude, par Deleuze,
2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1810.
Fisher's Young Man's Companion, 12mo;
Phila. 1748.
Green on the Speech of the Deaf and Dumb,
8vo; London, 1783.
Grey's Memoria Technica, 12mo; 179Q-'96.
(2 copies.)
Guillie's Essay on the Instruction of the Blind,
(French,) 8vo; Paris, 1817.
Historical Notice of the Instruction of
the Blind, 4to; Paris, 1819.
Gymnastic Exercises, 8vo; London, 1823.
Jahn's Treatise on Gymnastics, 8vo; Massa
chusetts, 1828.
Knox on Education, 8vo; Baltimore, 1799.
Journal of Education, 5 v. 8vo; Bost. 1826-'30.
La Civilite Puerile, 12mo; Troyes, 1714.
Lancaster's Improvements in Education, 8vo;
London, 1805.
Laws and Constitution of Harvard College,
with Inaugural Addresses of Professors Gorham and Bigelow, 8vo; Boston, 1816-'17.
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Locke on Education, 12mo; London, 1693.
Maniere d'Instruire les Sourds et Muets, par de
l'Espine, 12mo; Paris, 1784.
Memoire sur l'Academie de Richmond, par
Quesnay, 8vo; Paris, 1788.
Methode Elementaire de Pestalozzi, par Chavannes, 8vo; Paris, 1805.
Modern Preceptor, by John Dougall, 2 v.
8vo; London, 1810.
Monitorial Instruction, by J. Griscom, 12mo;
New York, 1825. (present. J
Neef's Plan of Education, 12mo; Phila. 1808.
Watterston's Course of Study, 12mo; Wash
ington, 1823.
Tracts on Education, by Quesnay and Turlin;
and on iErostation, by Baron Scott, 8vo:
Paris, 1788-'89.
Engraving. —Ottley on the Origin and History of Engrav
ing, 2v. 4to; London, 1816.
Perkins' Bank Bill Test, (pamphlet) folio;
Newburyport, 1809.
Experiments.—L'Art des Experiences, par l'Abbe Nollet ,
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Fencing. —Blackwell's Art of Defence, 12mo; Williamsburgh, 1734.
Fishing. —Complete Angler, by Isaac Walton, 8vo; London,
1822;
Games.—Hoyle's Games, 12mo; London, 1747.
Lambe's History of Chess; and Philidore, Analyse
des Echecs, 8vo; London, 1764.
Le Jeu des Echecs, de Giochimo Greco, 16s; Pa
ris, 1714.
Trait6 des Echecs du Caffe de Foy, 12mo; Paris,
1786.
Gas Lighting. —Peckston on Gas Lighting, 8vo; London,
1823.
Gunpowder. —Fabrication de la Poudre a Canon, par Cossigny, 8vo; Paris, 1807.
Supplement sur la Fabrication de la Poudre a
Canon, par Cossigny, 8vo; Paris, 1808.
Hawking. —-Rei Accipitrariae scriptores et de cura Canum,
Demetrius, Symmachus, Theodotion, Thuanus, et Fracastorius, Gr. Lat. Catalan, p. 4to;
Lutetiae, 1612.
Instruments. —Komarzewski's Theodolite, fol. ; Paris, 1803.
Tracts and Inventors. —Dorsey, Lippi, Poly
math ique, Bridge, Guest, Cutting, Montgolfier's Belier Hydraulique, Boaz's Tele
graph, Useful Cabinet, Dynamometer, &c,
8vo.
Tracts, by M. Robert, J. Bird, Whitehurst,
and Maupin, 4to.
Legerdemain. —Amusements Physiques de Pinetti, 8vo;
Paris, 1785.
Navigation. —Art of Rigging, 8vo; London, 1796.
Connected View of the Internal Navigation
of the United States, 8vo; Phila. 1826;
Dupin's Commercial Power of Great Britain,
2 v. 8vo; London, 1825.
Force Commerciale de la Grande Bretagne, 2 v. 4to, and plates, fol. ; Paris, 1824.1
Force Navale de la Grande Bretagne,
2 v. 4to; Paris, 1821.
Falconer's Marine Dictionary, 4to; London,
1815.
Ross's Treatise on Navigation by Steam, 4to;
London, 1828.
Tracts, viz: Naval Architecture, Canals, Steam
Boats, &c, by Rumsey, Barnes, D'Arnal,
Payroux, &c
Tracts on Wet Docks, Quays, and Warebouses for London, 8vo; London, 1793.

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J. 184
185
186
111
J. 114
J. 112
31
113
115
, 116
117
187
119
120
32
121
200
122
123
124
135

I2g

2oo
J. 127
128
J. 129

Navigation. —Vocabulaire de Marine, par Lescallier, 3 v.
4to; Paris, 1798.
Young Sea Officer's Sheet Anchor, 4to; Phil.
1819.
Printing. —Ames' Typographical Antiquities, 2 v. 4to; Lon
don, 1810—'12.
Bruce's Specimens of Printing Types, 8vo; NewYork, 1828. (present.)
Caslon's Specimens of Printing Types, 4to; Lon
don, 1764.
Histoire de la Stereotyped, par Camus, 8vo; Pa
ris, 1802.
History of Printing and Engraving, 12mo; Lon
don, 1797.
Thomas's History of Printing in America, 2 v.
8vo; Worcester, 1810.
Rail Roads. —Cumming on Rail and Tram Roads, 8vo;
Denbigh, 1824. 2 copies.
Earle's Treatise on Rail Roads, &c, 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1830.
Grey's General Iron Railway, 8vo; London,
1825. 2 copies.
Overton's Faults or Dykes of S. Wales, 4to;
London, 1825.
Palmer on Railways, 8vo; London, 1824.
Pamphlets on Railways, 8vo; Balt. 1827.
Railways Compared with Canals and Common
Roads, 12mo; Edinburgh, 1825. (2 copies.)
Silvester on Rail Roads, 8vo; London, 1825.
(2 copies.)
Strickland's Reports on Railways, &c, folio.
Tredgold's Practical Treatise on Rail Roads
and Carriages, 8vo; London, 1825.
Wood's Practical Treatise on Rail Roads,
8vo; London, 1825.
Roads, &c —M'Adam's Remarks on Road Making, 8vo;
London, 1824.
Pamphlets, viz: Cummings' Description of Iron
Bridges; Tredgoldon Steam Navigation, and
Rules for Repairing Roads, 8vo.
Proceedings of the Board of Public Works of
Virginia, from 1816 to 1830, 6 v. 8vo; Rich
mond, 1819-'30.
Strickland's Reports on Roads, &c, folio.
Reading. —Cadmus, or the Elements of Written Language,
by Thornton, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1793.
Reading. —Rice's Art of Reading, 8vo; London, 1765
Salt.—Fennell's Plan of Salt Works, 8vo j Phila. 1798.

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198

J.

J.

J.
J.

J.
J.
J.
J.

J.
J.
J.

J.

Smelting. —Hassenfratz: Art de Traiter les Minerais de Fer,
pour en obtenir de la Fonte, du Fer, ou de
l'Acier, 4 v. 4to; Paris, 1812.
42 Spinning, Weaving.—Treatise of Husbandry, Spinning,
Weaving, &c, 12mo;Edinb.1724.
167
Treatise on Weaving, by J. Murphy,
8vo; London, 1827.
3
Truths on Manufactures, 16s; Lon
don, 1807.
103 Sporting. —American Turf Register, vol. 1, 8vo; Baltimore,
182 9-' 30.
103a
Scott's British Field Sports, 8vo; London, 1817.
131 Steam-Engine. —Galloway's History of the Steam-Engine,
8vo; London, 1826.
33
Lardner's Popular Lectures on the SteamEngine, 12mo; London, 1828.
34
,— Popular Lectures on the SteamEngine, with Additions by Professor
Renwick, 12mo; New York, 1828.
132
Parkington on the Steam-Engine, 8vo'
London, 1822.
133
Stewart's Descriptive History of the SteamEngine, 8vo; London, 1824.
134
Tracts. —Rumsey and Fitch on the SteamEngine.
130 Sugak, Potash. —Tracts, viz: Art of Manufacturing Alka
line Salts and Potashes, tr. from the
French, by C. Williams. —Address to
the Manufacturers of Pot and Pearl
Ash, by Samuel Hopkins. —On the Ma
nufacture of Maple Sugar.
5
Tactics. — Adye's Bombardier and Pocket Gunner 16sBoston, 1804.
'
'
135
Army and Navy of Great Britain, 8vo; Lon
don, 1744.
136
BJand's Military Discipline, 8vo; Lond. 1753.
137
Clarke's Vegecius, 8vo; London, 1767.
138
Clerk's Naval Tactics, 8 vo; London, 1827.
35
Cooper's Military Cabinet, 3 v. 12mo: London
1809.
'
Delacroix's Military and Political Hints, 8vo139
Boston, 1808.
'
188
De Rohan: Abrege des Guerres de Gaule 4toParis, 1638.
'
'
140
Digges' Stratioticos, 8vo; London, 1590.
138 a
Douglas, (Sir Howard,) on Naval Gunnery
8vo; London, 1829.
141
Duane's American Military Library, 8vo- Phi
ladelphia.

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J. 142
143
144
145
J. 36
J. 37
J. 146
J. 195
J. 189
J. 190
J. 147
148

191
149
202
150
151
152
192
J. 38
1 53
154
J, 4
J. 155
J. 156
J. 157
J. 203
J. 158
J. 159

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Tactics. —Duane's Handbook for Infantryj 8vo; Phila.
1813.
Military Dictionary, 8vo; Phila. 1810.
Dupin's View of the Military Force of Great
Britain, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1822.
Essai Historique et Militaire sur l'Art de la
Guerre, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1789.
Feuquiere: Memoires de, 1re> 3me> 4"'* vols*
12mo; Paris, 1740.
Memoires Historiqueset Militaires,
2 V. 12mo; Amst. 1735.
Fisher's Military Tactics, 8vo; N. York, 1805.
Fulton's Torpedo War, 4to; New-York, 1810,
(pamphlet.)
Guignard: L'Ecole de Mars, 2 v. 4to; Paris,
1725.
Histoire de la Milice Francoise, 2 v. 4to; Paris,
1721.
Kosciusko's Manoeuvres of Horse Artillery,
8vo; New York, 1808.
Lallemand, A. : Traite Theorique et Pratique
des Operations Secondaires de la Guerre, 2 v.
8vo; Paris, 1825.
Atlas to ditto, 4to; Paris, 1825.
Machiavel's Art of War, 8vo; Albany, 1815.
Malortie's Military Plan Drawing, folio; Lon
don, 1805.
Theory of Field Fortification, and
Supplement, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1810-'13.
Treatise on the General Principles
of Permanent Fortification, 8vo;Lond. 1820.
Treatise on Topography, Civil and
Military, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1815.
Trigonometrical Survey, 4to; plates.
, Montecuculi: Memoires de, 12mo; Paris, 1712.
Muller's Elements of the Science of War, 3 v.
8vo; Lond. 1811.
Pasley's Course of Military Instruction, 3 v. 8vo;
London, 1814.
Raleigh's (Sir Walter) Essays, 1 6s; Lond. 1 650.
Rules for the Government of an Army, 8vo;
London, 1744.
Saxe's Reveries, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1759.
Scheel's Treatise on Artillery, 8vo;Phil. 1800.
—'
Treatise on Artillery, folio; Plates.
Tousard's American Artillerist's Companion,
2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1809.
American Artillerist's Companion, 1st
v. 8vo; Phila. 1809.

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J. 193

Tactics. —Tousard's American Artillerist's Companion, 4to;
Plates.
J. 160
Tracts, by Shee, Godefroi, and Truxtun, 8vo;
1806-'7.
161
Valentini's Military Reflections on Turkey, 8vo;
London, 1828.
J. 196 Tar. —Manner of making Tar in Sweden, Fr. Eng., 4to.
J. 204 Turning. —Plumier: L'Art de Tourner, folio; Lyon, 1701.
162 Ventilating. ) Theory of Warming and Ventilating PudWarming.
$
lie Buildings, 8vo; Lond. 1825.
163
Tredgold's Principles of Warming Publie
Buildings, 8vo; London, 1824.
J.
1 Watch-making.—Berthoud:L'ArtdeConduirelesPendules,
&c, 16s; Paris, 1759.
J. 164 Wine. —Cossigny: Art de Faire le Vin, 8vo; Paris, 1807
Fabbroni dell' Arte di Fare il Vino, 12mo; Firenze,
J. 39
1787.
Maculloch on the Art of Making Wine, 12mo.
40
194 Writing. —Astle's Origin and Progress of Writing, 4to; Lon
don, 1803.
Pelham's System of Notation, l2mo; Bost. 1808.
J. 41
Shelton's Tachygraphy, 12mo; London, 1646.
J. 2
Tracts. —Watts' Copying Machine, Carey's Sys
J. 165
tem of Short Hand ; Danse, par St. Mery ; and
Journal of Blanchard's 45th ascension with a
Balloon, Jan. 9, 1793.
J. 166
Weston's Short Hand, 8vo; 1727.

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CHAPTER XVI

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ETHICS.

Section I.—MORAL PHILOSOPHY.
J. 11 Adagiorum Erasmi Epitome, 24s; Amstel. 1663.
J. 97 -3£schinis Dialogi, Gr. Lat., 8vo; Amstel. 1711.
J. 12 Alexander Aphrodisiensis de Fato, Gr. Lat., 12mo; Londoni,
1658.
J. 110 Allen's Reason the only Oracle of Man, 8vo; Bennington,
1784.
163 Alison's Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste, 8vo;
Hartford, 1821.
J. 29 Antonini (M.) Commentarii quos ipse sibi Scripsit, Gr.' Lat.
Eng., 2 v. 12mo; Lipsiae, 1775.
j, 28
Eorum quae ad Seipsum Lib. XII., Gr. Lat.
12mo; Glasguae, 1744.
J 123 Argenson, Marquis d': Les Loisirs d'Un Ministre, 2 v. 8vo;
Liege, 1787.
J. 19 Aristotelis Ethica, Gr. Lat. Magiri, 12mo; Francofurti, 1614.
102 Aristotle's Ethics and Politics, by Gillies, 2 v. 8vo; London,
1813.
20 Aristotle on Virtues and Vices, Gr. Lat.,12mo; Oxonii, 1752.
J. 15 Bacon's Essays, 12mo; London, 1663.
85 Barclay's Slavery in the West Indies, 8vo; London, 1.826.
170 Bates' Rural Philosophy, 8vo; London, 1811.
J. 120 Batteux, l'Abbe: Causes Premieres, sc Ocellus Lucanus,
Timaeus Locrus, et Aristoteles de Mundo, Gr. Lat., 2 v.
8vo; Paris, 1769.
J. 45 Bayle: Pensees sur la Comete de 1680, 4 v. 12mo; Rotterdam,
1721.

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J. 46
166

64
J. 107
J. 51
J. 31
J.
J.
J.
J.

30
61
134
109
187

Bayle's Philosophical Commentary on Luke xiv. 23; 2 v.
12mo; London, 1708.
Beasley's Search of Truth in the Science of the Human Mind,
8vo; Phila. 1822.
Bergier: L'Origine des Dieux du Paganisme, 2 v. 12mo; Paris,
1767.
Bishop of Worcester's Answer to Locke's Essay, 8vo; Lon
don, 1697.
Blount's Miscellaneous Works, 12mo; London, 1695.
Boece de Consolation, et de Philosophie, tr. par Johan de
Meun. p. 4to; Paris.
Boetius de Consolatione, 12mo; Glasguae, 1751.
Bolingbroke on Innate Principles, Fr. Eng., 8ro; Lond. 1752.
Philosophical Works, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1754.
Bonneville: L'Esprit des Religions, 2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1792.
Boulanger: Christianesimo Svelato, tradotto da Bellini, p.
folio, MS.
Recherches sur l'Origine du Despotlsme Oriental,

J. 52
J. 188
50
J. 78
J. 14
178
135
158
J. 132
J. 80
J. 118
J. 67
J. 63
J.
J.
J.
J.

114
115
25
92

J.
J.

8
7

J. 94
3. 6

12rao; Paris, 1761.
Ricerche su l'Origine del Dispotismo Orientale,
p. folio, MS.
Boulanger's Christianity Unreiled, 12mo; New York, 1795.
Branagan on the Oppression of the Exiled Sons of Africa,
12mo; Phila. 1804.
Branagan's Beauties of Philanthropy, 12mo; Phila. 1808.
Brown's Lectures on the Philosophy of the Mind, 3 v. 8vo;
Andover, 1822.
Burgh's Dignity of Human Nature, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1767.
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1806.
Cabanis: Rapport du Physique et du Moral de l'Homme, 2 v.
8vo; Paris, 1802.
Caine's History of the Convention of the Leeward Islands, 8vo;
St. Christopher, 1804.
Caracteres de la Bruyere, 1st vol. Eng., 8vo; London, 1713.
The same, 2d vol. Fr., 12mo; Amster. 1701.
Certitude des Preuves du Mahometisme, 12mo; Londres,
1780.
Chubb's Tracts, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1743.
Chudleigh's (Lady) Essays, 8vo; London, 1710.
Cicero de
de Finibus
Finibus et
Bonorum,
Academica,
Gronovii,
Eng. by
12mo;
Guthrie,
Glasguae,
8vo; 1732.
Lon
don, 1744.
de Officiis, 12mo; (no title page.)
de Senectute, et Somnium Scipionis, Lat. Gr. Theodori,
12mo; Basileae, 1524.
— Id.
Tusculana,
Eng. by12mo;
Franklin,
Glasguae,
with Notes,
1744. 8vo; Lond. 1778.

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93
J. 79

65
153
167
54
J. 101
J. 35
J. 145
J. 83
152
J. 57
J. 100
J. 26
66
J. 113
J. 139
J. 43
2
J. 62
162
J. 124
185
J. 39
J. 171
J. 22

J. 91
J. 23
J.
5
192
J. 16
J. 133
la
J. 156

Cicero's Tusculan Disputations, tr. by Main, 8vo; London,
1824.
Clarkson's History of the Abolition of the Slave Trade in
Great Britain, 2 v. 12mo;'Phila. 1808.
Cogan on the Passions, 12mo; New York, 1821.
Cogan's Ethical and Theological Works, 6 v. 8vo; London,
1813.
Coleridge's Aids to Reflection, with a Preliminary Essay and
Notes, by J. Marsh, 8vo; Burlington, 1829.
Combe's Elements of Phrenology, 8vo; Phila. 1826.
Combes-Dounous: Dissertations de Maxime de Tyr, 2 v. 8vo;
Paris, 1802.
Compendium Ethices, 12mo; (no title page.)
Condorcet: Progresde l'Esprit Humain, 8vo; Paris, 1795.
sur l'Esclavage des Negres, 8vo; Paris, 1788.
Davy's (Sir H.) Historical Illustrations of the Origin and Pro
gress of the Passions, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1825.
Delisle: Philosophic de la Nature, 3 v. 12mo; Amster. 1770.
Demetrius Cydonius de Contemnenda Morte, Gr. Lat., 8vo;
Lipsiae, 1786.
D'Olivet's Thoughts of Cicero, Lat. Eng., 12mo; Glasgow,
1754.
De Stael's Influence of Literature upon Society, 2 v. 12mo;
Boston, 1813.
Destutt-Tracy : Analyse de l'Origine des Cultes, de Dupuis,
8vo; Paris, 1804.
Elemens d'Ideologie, 3 v. 8vo; Paris, 1801,
1803, and 1804.
Diderot: CEuvres Philosophiques, 3 v. 12mo; Amster. 1772.
Duclos: Considerations sur lesMoeurs, &c, 24s;Lond. 1784.
Dudgeon's Philosophical Works, 12mo; London, 1765.
Duff on Genius, 8vo; London, 1767.
Dupont: Philosophic de l'Univers, 8vo; Paris, 1796.
Dupuis: Origine de Tous les Cultes, 3 v. 4to; Paris, 1795.
Economy of Human Life, 12mo; London, 1797.
Enfield's History of Philosophy, 2 v. 8vo; Dublin, 1792.
Epicteti Encheiridion, &c, Cebetis Tabula, Simplicii Commentarius, et Arriani Dissertationes, Gr. Lat. Wolfii, versione AnglicS Dominae Carter, 3 v. 12mo; Coloniae, 1695.
Manuel, Gr. Lat., p. 4to; Traj. Batav. 1711.
Epictetiis, Gr. Lat, 12mo; Glasgua;, 1758.
Cebes, Theophrastus, Dialogus de Exilio, et Prodicus, 16s; Oxonii, 1680.
Epictetus's Works, tr. by Elizabeth Carter, 4to; Lond. 1758.
Essais de Montaigne, 2d and 3d v. 12mo; Bruxelles, 1669.
Fable of the Bees, 2d v. 8vo; London, 1729.
Fielding's Select Proverbs of all Nations, 12mo; Lond. 1824.
Frazer's History of Man, 8vo; New York, 1806.

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J. 189
127
161
J. 148
J. 71
J. 170
147

Freret: Lettre de TrasibuleaLeucippe, 4to, MS.
(Euvres de, 8vo; Londres, 1776.
Good's Book of Nature, 2 v 8vo; Boston, 1826.
Gregoire sur la Literature des Negres, 8vo; Paris, 1808.
Gregory's Legacy to his Daughters, 12mo; London, 1779.
Gros's Moral Philosophy, 8vo; New York, 1795.
Hall's Thoughts on the Principles and Tenor of the Revealed
and Supreme Law, 8vo; London, 1792.
J. 141 Harris's Three Treatises, 8vo; London, 1765.
155 Hartley on Man, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1810.
154 Helvetius on Man, 2 v. 8vo; Bath, 1810.
(Euvres de, 5 v. 8vo; Londres, 1781.
J. 131 —
184 Herder's Outlines of the Philosophy of the History of Man,
trans, from the German, by T. Churchill, 4to; Lond. 1800.
53 Hibbert's Philosophy of Apparitions, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1825.
J.
9 Hieroclis Commentarius in Aurea Pythagoreorum Carmina,
Gr. Lat., 12mo; Lond. 1654.
44 Histoire de l'Homme, 2 v. 12mo; Yverdon, 1781.
J. 4 History of the Man after God's own Heart, 12mo; Lond. 1 772.
191 Howell's Characters of Theophrastus, 4to; London, 1824.
176 Hume's Essays, 2 v. 8vo; Edinburgh, 1817.
48
Moral and Political Essays, 12mo; London, 1748.
49
Philosophical Essays on the Human Understanding,
London, 1751.
177
Philosophical Works, 4 v. 8vo; Edinburgh, 1826.
J. 140 Hutcheson's Ideas of Beauty and Virtue, 8vo; London, 1753.
Introduction to Moral Philosophy, 1st v. 12mo;
J. 38
Glasgow, 1764.
J. 143 Inquiry into the Nature of the Human Soul; with an Appen
dix, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1745-50.
J. 72 Instructions for a Young Nobleman, 12mo; London, 1683.
146 Jew's Letters to Voltaire, 2 v. 8vo; Dublin, 1777.
J. 68 Kaim's (Lord) Art of Thinking, 12mo; Edinburgh, 1764.
Natural Religion, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1751.
J. 105
164 Knight's Analytical Inquiry into the Principles of Taste, 8vo;
London, 1808.
lb Lacon, by the Rev. C. C. Colton, 2 v. 16s; Bridgeport, 1828.
159 Lavater's Essays on Physiognomy, trans. by T. Holcroft, with
Memoirs of Lavater, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1804.
J. 106 Locke's Essay on the Human Understanding, 2d v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1748.
J. 33 Malebranche de la Recherche de la Verite, 2 v. 12mo; Amster. 1688.
J. 47 Massey's Travels, trans. by Bayle, 12mo; London, 1743.
J.
3 Maximi Tyrii Dissertationes, Gr. Lat., 16s; Oxon. 1677.
J. 122 Meilhan sur l'Esprit et les Moeurs, 8vo; Londres, 1787.
J. 129 Mercier: L'An 2440, 8vo; Londres, 1771.
J, 128
Le Bonnet de Nuit, 4 v. 8vo; Neuchatel, 1784.

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J. 130
J. 13
173
174
151

87
J. 73
172
175
J. 58
84

149
150
J. 112
J. 193
99
J. 18
J. 90
J. 196
J. 195
J. 27
J. 190
J. 136
J. 37
J. 76
J. 77
179
86
J. 40
J.j 69

Mercier: Lettre de Brutus, 8vo; Londres, 1771.
Minutii Felicis Octavius, 12mo; Ludovici, 1560.
Morell's Elements of the History of Philosophy and Science,
8vo; London, 1827.
Morgan's Sketches of the Philosophy of Morals, 8vo; Lon
don, 1822.
Murray's Inquiries, Historical and Moral, respecting the
Character of Nations, and the Progress of Society, 8vo;
Edinburgh, 1808.
Observations on the Evidence given in relation to the Slave
Trade, 8vo; London, 1791.
Ochino on Polygamy, 12mo; London, 1732.
Ogilvie's Philosophical Essays, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1816.
Paley's Moral Philosophy, 8vo; London, 1818.
Palmer's Principles of Nature, 12mo; New York, 1802.
Pamphlets, viz: England Enslaved by her own Colonies. —
Review of the Quarterly Review on Slavery. —Stephen
son's Slave Colonies of England, 8vo; Lond. 1824-'26.
Pauw, M. de: Dissertations on the Egyptians and Chinese,
translated by J. Thomson, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1795.
Dissertations on the Greeks, trans. from the
French, 2 v. 8vo; London, 17sJ3.
Peel's Truth and Reason, 8vo; Fincastle, 1805.
Philostratus, concerning the Life of Apollonius, of Tyana,
translated by Blount, folio; London, 1680.
The same, trans. by Berwick, 8vo; Lond. 1809.
Plato, abridged by Dacier, Eng., 2 v. 12mo; London, 1749.
Gr. Stephani, et Lat. Ficini, 12 v. 8vo; Biponti, 1781
—1786.
Platonis Opera, Gr. Lat. Serrani, 3 v. folio; Paris, 1578.
Plotini Opera Philosophica,Gr. Lat. Ficini, fol. , Basileae, 1580
Plutarchi Moralia, Gr. Lat., 8 v. p. 8vo; H. Stephanus,
1572.
Plutarchi Varia, Gr. Lat. Cruseri, 4 v. p. folio; Basileae, 1573.
Price's Review of the Principal Questions in Morals, 8vo;
London, 1787.
Puflendorf de Officio Hominis et Civis, 12mo; Cantabrigiae,
1715.
Ramsay on African Slaves, 12mo; Dublin, 1784.
Ray's Horrors of Slavery, 12mo; Troy, 1808.
Reid's Philosophical Works, by Dugald Stewart, 4 v. 8vo;
Charlestown, 1813.
Reports of the Committee of the Society for the Abolition of
Slaver}', 8vo; London, 1824.
Rule of Life, 12mo; London, 1794.
Russell's Essay on the Characters of Women, 12mo; Phila
delphia, 1774.

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J. 36
J. 96
J. 95
194
J. 119
89
168
169
J. 103
J. 104
J. 55
J. 24
181

J. 183
180
J.

1
182
88

J. 125
J. 32
J. 56
98
3. 21
J. 70

J.

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59

T.

81

Saint Pierre's Harmonies of Nature, 3 v. 8vo; London,
1815.
Salmorenc: Breviaire des Politiques, 8vo; Londres, 1769.
Sanderson: De Juramenti Obligatione, 2 v. 12mo; Londoni,
1719.
Senecae et Siri Mimi Sententiae, not. Gruteri, et versione
Graeca Scaligeri, 8vo; Lugd. Bat. 1708.
Opera, Lat. et Fr. par La Grange, 10 v. 8vo;
Biponti, 1782-'85.
Seneca's Works, Eng. by Lodge, folio; London, 1620.
Shaftesbury's Characteristics, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1714.
Slave Law of Jamaica, 8vo; London, 1828.
Smith's Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy, 2 v.
8vo; Trenton, 1812.
Moral Sentiments, 8vo; London, 1812.
Spinosae Opera Posthuma, p. 4to;
, 1677.
Tractatus Theologico Politicus, p. 4to; Hamburgi,
1670.
Spinosa's Theological and Political Discourses, 8vo; Lond.
1689.
Sterling: Catonis Disticha Moralia, &c, 12mo; Lond. 1738.
Stewart's Dissertation on the Progress of Metaphysical,
Ethical, and Political Philosophy, 2 parts, 2 v. 8vo; Bos
ton, 1822.
Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind,
1st vol. 4to; London, 1792.
Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind,
3v. 8vo; New York, 1814, and Philadelphia, 1827.
Moral or Intellectual Last Will and Testament,
24mo; London, 1810.
Philosophy of the Active and Moral Powers of
Man, 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1828.
Stroud's Sketch of the Laws relating to Slavery in the Unik
ed States, 8vo; Phil. 1827. (present.)
Sylva, or the Wood, by a Society, 8 vo; London, 1786.
Synopsis Metaphysieae, 12mo;
, 1744.
System of Nature, 1st v. 8vo; Phil. 1808.
Taylor's Select Works of Plotinus, 8vo; Lond. 1817.
Theophrasti Caracteres, Gr. Lat., 12mo; Glasguae, 1758.
Thomas: Essai sur la Caractere des Femmes, 12 mo; Paris,
1772.
Tindal's Christianity as Old as the Creation, 8vo; London,
1732.
Torry's Moral Instructor, 12mo; Washington, 1823. 2 cop.
(present.)
Tracts on Ethics and Slavery, by Swedenborg, Castiglione,
Mably, Benezet, &c, 8vo; Lond. and Amst. 1785; Tren
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Tracts on Slavery, Fr. Eng. by Peyroux, Mifflin, Nesbitt,
Claviere, &c, 4to; Amsterdam, 1783; Paris, 1791; Phi
ladelphia, 1773 and 1793; London, 1789.
Tracts on Slavery, Fr. by Saint-Mery, Dillon, Brissot, &c,
8vo; Paris, 1789, 1790-'1-'2.
Traité Élementaire de Morals et du Bonheur, 2 v. 18s; Paris,
1795.
Tucker's Essays on various Subjects, 8vo; Georgetown,
D. C. 1822.
Vanini Amphitheatrum Providentiae, 12mo; Lugduni, 1615.
de Admirandis Naturae, Reginae Deaeque Mortalium
Arcanis, 12mo; Lutetiae, 1616.
Villers: Philosophie de Kant, 8vo; Metz, 1801.
Volney: Ruines, ou Méditation sur les Révolutions des Em
pires, 8vo; Paris, 1792.
Volney's Ruins, &c, 12mo; New York, 1796.
Voltaire: Philosophie de l'Histoire, 8vo; Paris, 1765.
Saul, (pamphlet)
, 1755.
Voltaire's Philosophical Dictionary, 8vo; London, 1765.
Whitby's Ethics, p. 8vo; Oxonii, 1684.
Wollaston's Religion of Nature, 8vo; Glasgow, 1746.
Wollstonecraft's Rights of Women, 8vo; London, 1792.
Xenophontis Memorabilia, Gr. Foulis; in English, by Sarah
Fielding, 2 v. 12mo; London, 1767.
Zimmerman de la Solitude, 8vo; Paris, 1788.
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1663-'4, 12mo; Amst. 1670.
Ambassades de la Boderie en Angleterre, 1606-' 11, 5v. 12mo;
Paris, 1750.
Barbeyrac: Recueil de Discours, 2 v. 12mo; Amst. 1731.
Beller's Delineation of Universal Law, 4to; London, 1754.
Bougeant: Histoire des Guerres et des Negociations qui pre
céderent le Traité de Westphalie; et le Histoire du Traité
de Westphalie, 6 v. 12mo; Paris, 1751.
Burlamaqui sur la Droit Naturel et Politique, 4to; Geneve,
1756.
Principes du Droit Politique, 4to; Amst. 1751.
Burlamaqui's Principles of Natural and Political Law, trans.
by Mr. Nugent, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1763.
Bynkershoek: Traité du Juge Competent des Ambassadeurs,
avec les Notes de Barbeyrac, 8vo; La Haye, 1723.
Callieres: Maniere de Negocier, 2 v. 12mo; Lond. 1750.
Campbell's Grotius, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1814.
Chalmer's Collection of Treaties, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1790.

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Collection of Treaties, from 1495 to 1712, 2 v. 8vo; London,
1710-'13.
38 Cumberland (Bishop) de Legibus Naturae, p. 4to; London,
1672.
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Maxwell, 4to; London, 1727. .
35 Debrett's Collection of Treaties, from 1648 to 1784, 3 v.
8vo; London, 1785.
18 Du Mont: Recueil des Traités de 1647 à 1709, 2 v. 12mo;
Amst. 1710.
48 Elliot's Diplomatie Code of the United States, 8vo; Wash
ington, 1827. (25 copies.)
27 Enbaxador, por D. J. A. de Vera y Cuniga, p. 4to; Sevilla,
1620.
56 Felice: Code de l'Humanité, 13 v. 4to; Yverdon, 1778.
29 French Memorial on the War of 1755, 8vo; London, 1757.
20 Grotius de Jure Belli et Pacis, 8vo; Amst. 1651.
Droit de la Guerre, avec les Notes de Barbeyrac, 2 v.
53
4to; Amst. 1724.
45 Hamilton's Collection of Indian Treaties, and Laws and Regu
lations relating to Indian Affairs, 8vo; Washington, 1826.
33 Histoire Abrégée des Traités de Paix, entre les Puissances de
l'Europe, depuis la Paix de Westphalie, par Feu M. de
Koch; Ouvrage entièrement refondu, augmenté et con
tinué jusqu'au Congrès de Vienne et aux Traités de Paris
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2 Histoire des Promesses Illusoires depuis la Paix des Pyre
nées, 16s; Cologne, 1684.
31 History of the Treaties of Utrecht, Gertruydenberg, Radstat,
and Baden, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1715.
61 Lamberty: Mémoires pour servir a l'Histoire du 18 Siècle,
12 v. 4to; La Haye, 1731-'34.
26 Lee's (Richard) Treatise of Captures in War, 8vo; London,
1759.
16 Lettres et Negociations de Jean de Witt, 1652 — 1669, 5 v.
12mo; Amst. 1725.
46 Lyman's Diplomacy of the United States, 8vo; Boston, 1826.
47
Diplomacy of the United States, 2d edition, with
additions, 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1828.
8 Mackintosh's Discourse on the Study of the Law of Nature
and Nations, 12mo; London, 1828.
32 Martens, G. F. : Cours Diplomatique, &c, 3 v. 8vo; Berlin,
1801.
32a
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Martens, G. F. : Summary of the Law of Nations, tr. from
the Fr. by Wm. Cobbett, 8vo; Phila. 1795.
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Supplement au Recueil des Principaux
Traités d'Alliance, &c, depuis 1761 jusqu'à 1818, 7 v.
8vo; Gott. 1802—1818.
J. 59 Mémoire de la France contre l'Angleterre, 4to; Paris, 1756,
J. 17 Mémoires des Commissaires du Roi et de ceux de sa Majesté
Britannique, sur les Possessions et les Droits respectifs
des deux Couronnes en Amérique, 5 v. 12mo; Paris, 1756.
J. 60 Le même, 2 v. 4to; Paris, 1755.
J. 10 Ministre Public, par de la Sarraz du Franquesnay, 12mo:
Paris, 1731.
J. 13 Negociations de Jeannin, 2 v. 12mo; Amst. 1695.
19 Parallèles des Rois d'Angleterre et de la France, 12mo; Pa
ris, 1758.
J. 11 Pecquet: Art de Negocier, 12mo; Paris, 1731.
J. 39 Perreau: Elemens de Legislation Naturelle, 8vo; Paris, 1801.
J. 54 PufTendorff: Droit des Gens, de Barbeyrac, 3 v. 4to; Londres,
1740.
Droit des Gens, (English) folio; London, 1749.
J. 66
J. 9 Raisons et Causes de Preseance entre la France et l'Espagne,
par N. Vignier, 12mo; Paris, 1608.
J. 23 Rayneval: Institutions du Droit de la Nature et des Gens,
8vo; Paris, 1803.
24 Ruthertorth's Institutes of Natural Law, 2 v. 8vo; London,
1754.
J. 63 Selden's Mare Clausum, folio; London, 1663.
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J. 58 S'il est Permis d'Arrêter un Ambassadeur, 4to (pamphlet;)
Paris, 1745.
J. 25 Synopsis Grotii, Clarkii, et Lockii, 8vo; Cantabrigiae, 1751.
65 Tratados de Paz de Espana, 15 v. folio; Madrid, 1740-'52„
y 1796—1801.
J. 62 Treaties of Portugal, Russia, Spain, Algiers, France, and
Great Britain, 1786-'7, 4to.
J. 44 Treaty of Lancaster, with the Indians of the Six Nationsr
June, 1744, 8vo; Williamsburgh, 1744.
J. 55 Vattel: Droit des Gens, 4 to; Amst. 1775.
J.
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J.
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Questions de Droit Naturel, 12mo; Berne, 1762.
40 Vattel's Law of Nations, 8vo; Massachusetts, 1820; London,
1811; Philadelphia, 1817. (6 copies.)
J. 42 Ward's Foundation and History of the Laws of Nations, 8vo;
Dublin, 1795.
J. 57 Wicquefort de l'Ambassadeur, 2 v. 4to; Cologne, 1715.
J. 4 Wolff: Droit de la Nature et des Gens, Lat. Fr. par Luzac,
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Abernethy's Discourses, 2 v. 8 vo; London, 1757.
Sermons on various subjects, 4 v. 8vo; London,
1748.
Tracts and Sermons, 8vo; London, 1751.
Abstinence from Blood defended, 8vo; London, 1734.
Adams' (Hannah) Dictionary of all Religions, 8vo; Boston,
1817.
Apocryphal New Testament, 8vo; London, 1821.
Atterbury's Sermons, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1723.
Austin on the Human Character of Jesus Christ, 12mo; Bos
ton, 1807.
Barclay's Apology for the Quakers, 4to; Birmingham, 1765.
Minute Philosopher, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1732.
Barrow's Works, 2 v. folio; London, 1741.
Bates' Works, by W. Farmer, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1815.
Baxter on Justification, p. 4to; London, 1658.
Bayle: Critique del'Histoire du Calvinisme de Maimbourg,
16s; Villefranche, 1683.
Berkeley's (Bishop) Works, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1820.
Bible, 4 v. 8vo; Johnson's edition, Philadelphia, 1804.
Bible, 12mo; Bowyer's edition, London, 1796.
Bible, (French) 12mo; Londres, 1687.
Bible, from the Septuagint Greek, and the New Testament,
translated by Charles Thomson, late Secretary to the Con
gress of the United States, 4 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1808.
Bible, 8vo; Amer. Bible Society's edition; N. York, 1820.
(present.)
Bible, 8vo; ed. la Soc Biblique Americaine; N. York, 1820.
(present. )
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York, 1819. (present.)
Bible, royal 8vo; American Bible Society's edition ;N. York,
1818. (present.)
Biblia, ad Vetustissima Exemplaria Castigata, p. 4to; Francofurti, 1571.
Biblia Hebraica, secundum ult. ed. Jos. Athiae, a Joh. Leusden, denuo recognitam, recensita var. not. Latinis Illustrata ab Ev. Vander Hooght, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1814.
Biblia Sacra, Lat. Vulg., folio; Lut. Par. 1618.
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Biblia Sacra Tremellii et Junii, et Test. Nov. Bezae, 12mo;
Amst. Janssonii, 1628.
Biblia Vulgatae, p. 8vo; editionis R. Stephani, 1555.
Blair's Sermons, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1814-'15.
Blayney's Jeremiah and Lamentations, 8vo; Edinburgh,
1810.
Boucher's View of the Causes and Consequences of the Ame
rican Revolution, in 13 Discourses, 8vo; London, 1797.
Boyse's Pantheon, 12mo; London, 1753.
Broughton's History of all Religions, 2 v. folio; London,
1737.
Brown's (John) Dictionary of the Bible, 2 v. 8vo; Pittsburgh,
1807.
Concordance, 12mo; London, 1811.
(Thomas) Account of the Shakers, 12mo; Troy,
1812.
Browne's Religio Medici, 16s; London, 1659.
Buchanan's Eras of Light, and Christian Researches in Asia,
8vo; Boston, 1811.
Bull's Works, by F. Holland, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1730.
Burder's Oriental Customs, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1807.
Burnet's Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles, folio; Lond.
1700.
Butler's (Charles) Book of the Roman Catholic Church, 8vo;
London, 1825.
Vindication of the Book of the Roman Ca
tholic Church, 8vo; London, 1826.
(Joseph) Analogy of Religion, Natural and Reveal
ed, 8vo; Hartford, 1819.
Works, with an Account of the Character
and Writings of the Author, by S. Halifax, 8vo; London,
1828.
Calamy's Sermons, 8vo; London, 1687.
Calmet's Great Dictionary of the Bible, by Taylor, 5 v. 4to;
Charlestown, 1812-'17.
Calvin: Institution de la Religion Chretienne, 8vo; Basle,
1535.
Campbell's (Archibald) Doctrines of a Middle State between
Death and the Resurrection, folio; London, 1721.
Campbell's (George) Dissertations on Miracles, 8vo; Edinb.
1812.
Campbell's (Samuel) Something New, in Eight Letters, 12mo ;
Newark, 1799.
Castalionis Dialogi Sacri, 12mo; Londini, 1722.
"Censura Scriptorum Supposititiorum, R. Cocus, p. 4to;
Londoni, 1614.
-J Usseriusde LXX. et liber Estherae, p. 4to; Londoni, 1655.
Clementis ad Corinthios Epistola prior, Gr. Lat. P. Junii,
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Chalmers' Discourses on the Application of Christianity to
the Commercial and Ordinary Affairs of Life, 8vo; New
York, 1821.
Sermons, 8vo; New York, 1819.
Channing's Discourses, Reviews, and Miscellanies, 8vo; Bos
ton, 1830.
Charron on Wisdom, Eng. by Lennard, p. 4to; London,
1630.
on Wisdom, 2d and 3d books, Eng. by Stanhope,
8vo; London, 1697.
Chemnicii Examen Concilii Tridentini, 4 v. folio; Francofurti ad Moenum, 1578.
Chretien Philosophe, p. 4to; MS.
Christian Observer, from 1802 to 1804, and from 18t3to 1821,
12 v. 8vo; Boston.
Christian Panoply, by Watson and Paley, 12mo; Shepherd's
Town, 1797.
Christian's Duty, 8vo; London, 1749.
Clarke's (Samuel) Concordance, 12mo; London, 1696.
Discourse on the Being and Attributes of
God, 8vo; London, 1732.
Letters to Dodwell, 8vo; London, 1718.
Sermons, 10 v 8vo; London, 1730.
Seventeen Sermons, 8vo; London, 1724.
Clarkson's Portraiture of Quakerism, 3 v. 8vo; New York,
1806.
Clemens Alexandrinus, Gr. folio; Heidelb. 1592.
Gr. Lat. Heinsii, folio; Lut. Par. 1641.
Codex Apocryphus Novi Testamenti Fabricii, 2 v. 12mo:
Hamb. 1703.
Codex Pseudepigraphus Veteris Testamenti Fabricii, 2 v.
12mo; Hamb. 1722.
Coles' Sovereignty of God, 12mo; Philadelphia, 1796.
Concordance to the Bible, by Samuel Newman, now Teacher
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don, 1650.
Confessional; or a full and free Inquiry into the Right, Util
ity, Edification, and Success, of establishing Systematical
Confessions of Faith and Doctrine in Protestant Churches,
8vo; London, 1770.
Cruden's Concordance, 4to; London, 1738.
De Brahm's Time an Apparition of Eternity, 8vo; Philadel
phia, 1791.
Dialogues Rustiques, 16s.
Disquisitionem de Sacramento Sancto, de Baptismate, &c,
ediditS. Travers, 8vo;Phil. 1820. (present.)
Donne on Self Homicide, 8vo; London, 1700.
Douglas's Criterion, or Miracles Examined, 8vo; Lond. 1754.

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Drelincourt sur la Mort, 8vo; Genev. 1669.
Dumas: Traite du Suicide, 8vo; Amsterdam, 1773.
Duport: Liber Job Graeco Carmine Redditus, 12mo; Cant.
1653.
Dupre's Conformity of Ancient and Modern Ceremonies,
8vo; London, 1740.
Dwight's Theology, with a Memoir of the Author, 4 v. 8ve;
New York, 1829.
Edwards' (Dr. Jonathan) Works, with a Memoir of his Life,
10 v. 8vo; New York, 1830.
English's (G Bethune) Grounds of Christianity, with S. Cary's Review, and English's Remarks, 3 v. 12mo; Boston,
1813.
Eusebii Evangelica Preparatio et Demonstratio, Gr. folio; Lutetiae, 1544-'5.
Evans' (John) Narrative of the Proceedings of the Religious
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Philadelphia, 1811.
Evans' (Thomas) Exposition of the Faith of the Religious So
ciety of Friends, 8vo. (present. J
Faber's Origin of Pagan Idolatry, 3 v. 4to; London, 1816.
Fessenden's (Thomas) Science of Sanctity, 8vo; Brattleboro',
1804.
Findlay's Vindication of the Sacred Books, and of Josephus,
from various Misrepresentations, &c of Voltaire, 8vo;
Glasgow, 1770.
Fish's Address and Discourses, 8vo; Windham, 1796.
Fleetwood's Sermons, 8vo; London, 1716.
Form of Prayer used by the Dissenters in Liverpool, 8vo;
London, 1763.
Foster's Sermons, 8vo; London, 1732.
Furneaux's Letters to Blackstone on Toleration and Religious
Liberty, 8vo; London, 1771.
Gale's Reflections on Mr. Wall's History of Infant Baptism,
8vo; London, 1820.
Gazzera Necessita di una Religione in ogni sorta di Governo,
e di Clima, Ital. Fr., 5 v. 12mo; 1801-'2.
Nuitsde Ste. Marie Madelaine, 12mo; Paris, 1807.
Veilles de St. Augustin, 12mo; Avig. 1803.
Gorton's Scriptural Account of the Millennium, 12mo; Troy,
1802.
Grabii Spicilegium SS. Patrum, Gr. Lat., 8vo; Oxoniae, 1699.
Graves' Lectures on the Pentateuch, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1807.
Gray's Key to the Old Testament, 8vo; London, 1822.
Gregorii Cortesii Cardinalis Opera, 4to; Patavii, 1774.
Gregorius Nazianzenus, Gr. Lat. Prunaei, 2 v. folio; Coloniae,
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Griesbach: Novum Testamentum Graece, 2 v. 8vo; Halae Saxonum, 1796.
Grosvenor's Mourner, 12mo; London, 1731.
Grotius on the Truth of the Christian Religion, translated by
S. Patrick, p. 8vo; London, 1694.
Hall's (Joseph) Works, 10 v. 8vo; London, 1808.
Hall's (Robert) Sermons, 8vo; London, 1815.
Hammond's New Testament, folio; London, 1653.
Harmer's Observations on various Passages of Scripture, with
additions and corrections by Adam Clarke, 4 v. 8vo;
Charlestown, 18 15-' 17.
Heaven and Hell, by Swedenburg, 8vo; Baltimore, 1812.
(present*)
Heber's Hymns, written and adapted to the weekly Church
Service of the Year, p. 8vo; New York, 1827.
Sermons, preached in England, 8vo; New York, 1829.
Henry's Commentary on the Old and New Testament, 6 v.
4to; London, 1811.
Heuresde Cour, 16s; Paris, 1753.
Heures, MS. velin, 12mo.
Hexaplorum Originis quae supersunt, C. F. Bahrdt, 2 v. 8vo;
Lipsiae et Lubec, 1769.
Hickes' Gentleman Instructed, 8vo; London, 1723.
Hildrop's Works, 2 v. 12mo; London, 1754.
Histoire dela Religion des Banians, 12mo; Paris, 1667.
Histoire des Tromperies des Prestres et des Moines, par G.
D'Emillianne, 2 v. 12mo; Rotterdam, 1693.
Histoire du Calvinisme de Maimbourg, 16s; Paris. 1682.
Histoire du Vieux et du Nouveau Testament, 2 v. folio; Anvers, 1700.
Historia et Concordia Evangelica, 12mo; Paris, 1653.
History of Ancient Ceremonies; tr. from the French, by T.
Douglas, 12mo; London, 1669.
History of our blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, by
Thomson and Price, 2 v. 8vo; Wilmington, 1805.
Hodius de Bibliorum textibus cui praemittitur Aristeae Histo
ria, Gr. Lat. folio; Oxonii, 1705.
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the Holy Scriptures; from the 4th London edition, 4 v.
8vo; Philadelphia, 1825.
Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of
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4 v. 8vo; Loridon, 1828.
Works, by W. Jones, 6 v. 8vo; London, 1818.
Horsley's Biblical Criticism, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1820.
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J. 54
J. 65
163
J. 68
179
108
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87
J. 45
J. 1
J. 8
J. 222
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110
J. 53
158

159
J. 106
J.
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J. 119
J. 120
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Horsley's Speeches in Parliament, 8vo; Dundee, 1813.
_
Tracts, 8vo; Dundee, 1812.
Tracts against Unitarianism, 8vo; Burlington, 1821.
Human Prudence, by W. de Britaine, 12mo; London, 1702.
Hunter's Sacred Biography, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1820.
Ignatii Epistolae, et BarnabaeEpistoIa, Gr. Lat. cum Notis Vossii, p. 4to; Londoni, 1680.
Instructions pour les Protestans, par M. De Laforest, 12mo;
Paris, 1784.
Introduction to the Lord's Supper, by the Bishop of Soder and
Man, 12mo; London, 1746.
Jamieson's Vindication of the Scriptures, 2 v. 8vo; Edin
burgh, 1794.
Jenning's Disquisitions, 12mo; London, 1783.
Jesus Christ, the One God in One Person, 8vo; Phila. 1815.
(present. J
Jones on the Canonical Authority of the New Testament,
3 v. 8vo; Oxford, 1798.
Justini Martyris Opera; item Athenagorae Atheniensis, Theophili Antiocheni, Tatiani Assyrii, et Hermiae Philosophi Tractatus, Gr. Lat folio; Paris. 1636.
King's (Sir Peter) History of the Apostles' Creed, 8vo; Lon
don, 1719.
King's (William) Heathen Gods, 12mo; London.
Lactam ins, 12mo.
Lactantius on the Deaths of Persecutors, translated by Dr.
Gilbert Burnet, 12mo; Amst. 1687.
Lady's Calling, 8vo; London.
Lardner's Works, 5 v. 4to; London, 1815.
Laurence's Critical Remarks on the New Testament, 8vo;
Oxford, 1810.
Leggenda di Giosafat, 12 mo.
Leland's Advantage and Necessity of the Christian Revela
tion shown from the State of Religion in the Ancient Hea
then World, 2 v. 8vo; Glasgow, 1819.
View of the Principal Deistical Writers, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1807.
Libri Apocryphi Test. Vet. Junii; et Nov. Test, e Lingua Sy
riaca, redditum Tremellii, p. 4to; Londoni, 1579 & 1580.
Lightfoot's Works, 2 v. folio; London, 1684.
Liturgia Eccles. Anglicana, Gr. 12mo; Kantab.
Idem, Lat. 12mo; Londoni, 1744.
Liturgy of the Church of England, (black letter) p. folio;
London, 1662.
The same, (Eng.) 8vo; New York, 1810.
The same, abridged, (said to be by Dr. Franklin, but qu?) 8vo;
London, 1773.
Lowth's Isaiah, with Dr. J. Smith's Explanation of each Chap
ter, 12mo; Albany, 1794.

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J. 145
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J. 288
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J. 60
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J. 182
J. 304
J. 75
J. 234
J. 173
J. 233
285
286
J. 102
103
28
27
J. 104

J. 276

81

McCalla's Works, 2 v. 8vo; Charleston, 1810.
McKnight's Apostolical Epistles, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1816.
Massillon's Sermons, with the Life of the Author, 8vo; Glas
gow, 1827.
Mayo's New System of Mythology, 3 v. 8vo; Phil. 1815-'16
-'19.
Michaelis's Introduction to the New Testament, translated
by Herbert Marsh, with Notes, &c , 6 v. 8vo; Lond. 1823.
Middleton's (Conyers) Conformity between Popery and Pa
ganism, 8vo; London, 1741.
Miscellaneous Works, 4 v. 4to; Lon
don, 1751.
Milner's Inquiry into certain Vulgar Opinions concerning the
Catholic Inhabitants, and the Antiquities of Ireland, 8vo;
London. 1810.
Milton's Treatise on Christian Doctrine, 2 v. 8vo; Boston,
1825.
Moeurs de Panage, 16s; Paris.
Moor's Hindu Pantheon, 4to; London, 1810.
Moravians Compared and Detected, 8vo; London, 1755.
Mori Opera Omnia, 2 v. folio; Londini, 1679.
Murray's (Lindley) Power of Religion on the Mind, 12mo;
New York, 1808.
Nature and End of the Lord's Supper, 8vo; London, 1735.
Necker, de l'Importance des Opinions Religieuses, 8vo; Londres, 1788.
Nelson's Companion for the Festivals, 8vo; London, 1720.
Newcombe on the Prophet Ezekiel, 4to; Dublin, 1788.
on the Twelve Minor Prophets, 4to; London, 1785.
Newman. See Concordance, page 116.
New Testament, 8vo; Phila. 1802. Johnson's edition.
New Testament, 8vo; New York, 1817; present from Am.
Bible Society.
New Testament, 12mo; New York, 1819; present from Am.
Bible Society.
New Testament. 12mo; New York, 1820; present from Am.
Bible Society.
New Testament, Gr. Eng. containing the Original Text, cor
rected from the authority of the most Authentic MSS. ;
and a New Version, formed agreeably to the Illustrations
of the most Learned Commentators and Critics; with
Notes and various Readings, and a copious Alphabetical
Index, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1729.
New Testament, in an improved Version, upon the basis of
Archbishop Newcome's New Translation; with a corrected
Text, and Notes, 8vo; London, 1808.
Newton's (John) Works, 9 v. 12mo; London, 1822.

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J. 287

82

J.
J.
J.
J.

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314
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21

J. 22
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J.
J.
J.
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17
19
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24

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J. 57
J. 315
J. 270
J. 269
J. 271
J. 10
215
J. 58
191
192
J. 189
190
J. 209
J. 208
218
193
185

Newton's (Sir Isaac) Observations upon the Prophecies of
Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John, 4to; London,
1733.
Newton's (Thomas) Dissertations on the Prophecies which
have been remarkably fulfilled, and at this time are fulfil
ling in the World, 3 v. 12mo; Philadelphia, 1813.
Works, 6 v. 8vo; London, 1787.
Novum Testamentum, Gr. 8vo; Londini, 1728.
Nov. Test. Gr. Millii, folio; Oxonii, 1707.
Nov. Test. Gr. juxta exemplar Millii, 12mo; Lond. 1743.
Nov. Test. Gr. juxta exemplar Millii, 12mo; editio prima
Americana; Wigorniae, (Mass.) 1800.
Nov. Test. Gr. M. Maittaire, 12mo; Londoni, 1730. Tonson
& Watts.
Nov. Test. Lat. Castalionis, 12mo; Lond. 1735.
Nov. Test. Gr. Lat. Bezae, et Gal. 12 mo.
Nov. Test. Gr. Lat. Erasmi, 12mo; Lipsiae, 1578.
Nov. Test. Gr. Lat. Montani, p. 8vo; Antverpiae, 1571.
Nova Versio Graeca Bibliorum Partis ex Codice Veneto edita
a J. B. Gaspare D'Ansse de Villoison, p. 8vo; Argentorati,
1784.
Observations on Waterland's Defence, 8vo; London.
Oificium Hominis, 12mo; Lond. 1680.
Old and New Testament, 2 v. folio; Phil. 1798: Thompson's
edition.
Origen contra Celsum, et Philocalia a Guil. Spensero, Gr.
Lat. 4to; Cantabr. 1677.
Origene contre Celse, par Bouhereau, 4to; Amsterdam, 1700.
Origenis Philocalia, Gr. Lat. 4to; Lut. Par. 1624.
Orthodoxia Homologia Eugenii, 24s; Amst. 1767.
Outlines of a New Commentary on Solomon's Song, 8vo;
London, 1768.
Pakington's (Lady) Whole Duty of Man, 12mo; Lond. 1716.
Paley's Horae Paulinae, (4th ed.) 8vo; .London, 1805.
Natural Theology, (12th ed.) 8vo;\ London, 1809.
View of the Evidences of Christianity, 8vo; Phila
delphia, 1795.
\
View of the Evidences of Christianity, SSvo; London,
1817.
\
Pascal's Life and Letters, 2 v. 8vo; London, 17441.
Thoughts on Religion, &c, translated by Dr. Kennet, 8vo; London, 1749.
\
Paxton's Illustrations of the Holy Scriptures; with Notfes, by
the Rev. Ira Chase, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1822. V
Illustrations of Paley's Natural Theology, 8vo; Bos
ton, 1827.
Pearson's Exposition of the Creed, 2 v. 8vo; Oxford, 182?

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J. 258
J. 311
J. 164
J. 283
J. 165
J. 166
J. 167
J. 232
J. 9
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J. 64
J. 78
30
29
J. 91
J. 282
148

Pelerinage du Calvaire, par M. De Pontbriand, 16s; Paris,
1779.
Peters on Job, 4to; London, 1751.
Phillpott's Letters to Charles Butler, 8vo; London, 1826.
Philonis Judoei Opera Omnia, Gr. Lat. ad editionem Thomas
Mangey collatis aliquot MSS. edenda curavit Aug. Fr.
Pfeiffer, 4 v. 8vo; Erlangae, 1785,
Point de Croix, Point de Couronne, par Guillaume Penn, 8vo;
Lond. 1793.
Porteus' (Beilby) Works, 6 v. 8vo; London, 1816.
Potter on Church Government, 8vo; London, 1707.
Price's Sermons, 8vo; London, 1787.
Prideaux's Connections, 2 v. folio; London, 1720.
Priestley's Doctrines of Heathenism and Revelation Compar
ed, 8vo; Northumb. 1804.
Harmony of the Evangelists, Gr. Eng. 2 v. 4to;
London, 1777.
History of the Corruptions of Christianity, 2 v.
8vo; Birmingham, 1793.
History of Early Opinions concerning Jesus
Christ, 4 v. 8vo; Birmingham, 1786.
Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion, 2 v.
12mo; London, 1794.
Prynne's Histrio-Mastix, p. 4to; London, 1633.
Pseaumes de David, 16s; Paris, 1658.
Rees's (Thomas) Racovian Catechism; with Notes, and a
Sketch of the History of Unitarianism in Poland, &c
12mo; London, 1818.
Ridgley's Body of Divinity; with Notes, by J. P. Wilson, 4 v.
8vo; Philadelphia, 1814-'15.
Roberts' Christianity Vindicated, in a series of Letters ad
dressed to Mr. Volney, 8vo; London, 1800.
Rudimenta Fidei Christianae, sive Catechismus, Gr. Lat.
12mo; 1575.
Ryan's Effects of Religion on Mankind, 8vo; Dublin, 1802.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper explained by the Bishop of
London, 12mo; Williamsburg, 1740.
Saint Augustine's Confessions and Life, 8vo; London, 1679.
Saint John's Epistles, in the Delaware language, 12mo; NewYork, 1818: pres. by the American Bible Society.
Saint John's Gospel, in the Mohawk language, 12mo; NewYork, 1818: pres. by the American Bible Society.
Sale's Koran, 2 v. 8yo; London, 1764.
Scott's (Thomas) Commentary on the Bible, 5 v. 4to; Phil.
1804-'9.
Works, 12 v. 8vo; London, 1823-'24.

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J. 260

J.
J.
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J.
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80
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261
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J.

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48

J.
J.
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J.

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196

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J. 181
168
J. 56
J. 61
J. 125
293
176

1. 177
J. 213
J. 214
264
J.
7
J. 303
J. 44
J. 310

Sermons, by Smith, Wharton, Shipley, Stiles, Price, and
others; Reports on the Academical Institution for Dissen
ters; Trial of Elwall for Heresy and Blasphemy, 8vo;
1783 - 1788.
Sermons de Bourdaloue, 17 v. 12mo; Paris, 1716.
Sermons de Massillon, 15 v. 12mo; Paris, 1788.
Sherlock on Death, 8vo; London, 1744.
on Prophecy, 8vo; London, 1726.
Sherlock's Sermons, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1764.
Shortest Way to end Disputes about Religion, 12mo; Brus
sels, 1716.
Sibyllina Oracula, Gr. Lat. Castalionis, 2 v. 12mo; Paris.
1607.
Smyth's Explanation of the Apocalypse of St. John, 12mo;
Washington, 1825.
Societies for the Reformation of Manners, 12mo; Lond. 1701.
Sourcesol: Evangile Eternel, 12mo; Paris, 1806.
Livre tles Manifestes, 12mo; Paris, 1799.
South's Sermons, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1737.
Southey's (Robert) Vindiciae Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 8vo; Lon
don, 1826.
Spangenberg's Account of the Mission of the Unitas Fratrum among the Heathen, 8vo; London, 1788.
Christian Doctrine, by Latrobe, 8vo; Bath,
1796.
Spark's Letters on the Ministry, &c of the Protestant Epis
copal Church, 8vo; Baltimore, 1820.
Stavely's Romish Horse-Leech, 12mo; London, 1769.
Steele's Christian Hero, 12mo; London, 1727.
Stennett's Answer to Russen on Anabaptism, 8vo; London,
1704.
Stillingfleet's Works, 6 v. folio; London, 1709-'10.
Summary View of the Millennial Church, or United Society
of Believers, commonly called Shakers, &c 12mo; Alba
ny, 1823. (present.)
Swedenburg on the Intercourse between Soul and Body, 8vo;
Boston, 1794.
Syke's Examination of Warburton's Legation, 8vo; London,
1744.
Defence of his Examination, 8vo; London, 1746.
Taylor's (Jeremy) Sermons, 3 v. 8vo; Boston, 1816.
Tertullianus, et Minucii Felicis Octavius, Praef. Balduini,
16s; Cantab. 1686.
Theodoretus, Gr. Lat. Sylburgii, folio; Heidelb. 1S92.
Theoriani, Leonis Magni, Damasceni, Leontii, et Harmenopuli Disputationes, Gr. Lat. p. 8vo; Basitee, 1578.
Tillotson's Works; with the Life of the Author, by Thomas
Birch, 3v. folio; London, 1752.

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47 Tooke's Pantheon Revised, 12mo; Baltimore, 1817.
J. 156 Towers' Illustrations of Prophecy, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1808.
197 Townsend's Accusations of History against the Church of
Rome, 8vo; London, 1826.
J. 240 Tracts.—On American Bishops. —The Blessings of America;
a Sermon preached by William Linn, July 4, 1791; NewYork. —Goodrich's Election Sermon, preached May 10,
1787; Hartford.
J. 241 Tracts. —Humphry's Inquirer; Boston, 1801. —Sentiments
upon the Religion of Reason and Nature; Phil. 1795. —
Watson's Apology for Christianity and the Bible, address
ed to E. Gibbon and T. Paine; Phil. 1796.—The Bible
needs no Apology, by D. Humphrys; Portsmouth, 1796. —
Reply to the Age of Reason, by a Layman; Phil. 1796.—
Two Sermons, by Joseph Priestley; Phil. 1794. —Con
stitution of the Society of Unitarian Christians at Phila
delphia, 1796. —Remarks on the Character of Swedenborg; Phila. 1800. —Dr. Miller's Missionary Sermon,
April 6, 1802.
J. 242 Tracts.— Volney's Answer to Dr. Priestley; Phil. 1797.—
Bacon's Conjectures on Prophecies; Boston, 1805. —Cushman's Thanksgiving Sermon, November 29, 1804; Winslow. —Baldwin's do. November 29, 1804; Boston. —Les
lie's Short Method with Deists; Cambridge, 1805. —Blow
at Priestcraft, 1805.—Deceivers made Manifest; three Ser
mons, by J. Bowers; Salem, 1805. —Allen's Sermon on
the death of his son, Thomas Allen; Boston, 18C6. —
Birch's Address to Presbyterians; Washington, 1806. —
Emerson's Sermon on the death of Ch. Austin; Boston,
1806. —Bentley's Election Sermon; Boston, 1807. —Mi
nutes of the Baltimore Baptist Association, 1808. — Romeyn's Sermons, September 8, 1808; Albany. —Gray's
Sermon, 31st December, 1808; Philadelphia.
J. 243 Tracts. —Price's Sermons on the Trinity; London, 1784. —
Priestley's Socrates and Jesus compared; Phila. 1803.'—
Priestley's Letters to John B. Linn, in Defence of the
pamphlet entitled Socrates and Jesus compared; Northum.
1803. —Griswold's Independence Sermon, July, r802;
Suffield.—Weems' True Patriot; Phila. 1802.—Allen's
Sermon on the death of Mrs. Eliz. White; Pittsfield,
1809. —Furman's Independence Sermon, July, 1802;
Charleston, S. C. —Austin's National " Barley Cake," &c ;
Washington, 1802. —Hargrove's Sermon on the Leading
Doctrines of the New Jerusalem Church; Balt. 1803. —
Testimonies in favor of the Works of Wm. Smith, D. D. ;
Phila. 1802.--Wilmer's Man as he is; Balt. 1803.—Rice
on Slavery; N. York, 1804.—Miller's Sermons on the
Guilt, Folly, and Sources of Suicide; N. York, 1805.

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90

Unitarian Miscellany, 6 v. 12mo; Baltimore, 1822-'24. (pres

317

Upham's History and Doctrine of Budhism, popularly illus
trated, folio; London, 1829.
Van Dale: Dissertationes de Aristea et Sanchoniathone, etHistoria Baptismorum, p. 4to; Amst. 1705.
Verplanck's Essays on the Evidences of Revealed Religion,
8vo; New York, 1824.
Vetus Testamentum, Gr. LXX, p. 8vo; Londini, 1653.
Vetus Testamentum, Gr. LXX, Grabii, 10 v. 8vo; Oxon.
1719.
Vetus Testamentum, Gr. LXX, Lamb. Bos, 4to; Franequerae, 1709.
Vetus Testamentum, Gr. LXX, et Nov. Test. Gr. 3 v.
12mo; Cantab. 1665.
Vetus Testamentum, Lat. Junii et Tremellii, folio; Hanoviae,
1603.
Walker's Sermons on Practical Subjects, 3 v. 8vo; Edinburgh,
1816.
Wall's History of Infant Baptism, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1819.
Warburton's Divine Legation of Moses, 3 v. 8vo; London,
1742.
Works, 12 v. 8vo; London, 1811.
Wardlaw's Discourses on the Socinian Controversy, 8vo;
London, 1815.
Watson's Apologies for Christianity and the Bible, 8vo;
London, 1820.
Theological Tracts, 6 v. 8vo; London, 1785.
Welsted's Scheme of Providence, 8vo; London, 1736.
West on the Resurrection, and Littleton on the Conversion
of St. Paul, 8vo; London, 1749.
Whiston's Primitive Christianity, 5 v. 8vo; Lond. 1711-'12.
White's Evidence against Catholicism, 12mo; Georgetown,
1826.
Wilberforce's View of Christianity, 8vo; London, 1797.
Witherspoon's Works, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1800.
Wrangham's Sermons, &c 3 v. 8vo; London, 1816.
Young's Estimate of Human Life, 8vo; London, 1728.
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ent.)
J. 115
187
J. 14
J. 92
278
J. 11
J. 295
265
123
J. 212
149
170
160
122
J. 224
J. 225
J. 94
89
152
J. 150
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JURISPRUDENCE,

COMMON LAW.
Sec 1 . — Commentaries—Treatises—Entries— Conveyc
Sec. 2.— Criminal Law— Trials.
Sec 8.—Military Law— Courts-Martial.

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176
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COMMENTARIES, TREATISES, ENTRIES, AND
CONVEYANCING.

Adams' Treatise on Ejectments, with references to Am. De
cisions, by P. Ruggles, 8vo; New York, 1821.
Angell's Treatise on the Common Law relating to Water
Courses, 8vo; Boston, 1824.
Treatise on the Right of Property in Tide Waters,
8vo; Boston, 1826.
Archbold's Collection of the Forms and Entries in the Courts
of King's Bench and Common Pleas, 8vo: New York,
1828.
Digest of the Law of Pleading and Evidence in
Actions Real, Personal, and Mixed, 8vo; N. York, 1824.
Practice of the Court of King's Bench, in Person
al Actions, &c, 8 vo; New York, 1823.
Summary of the Law relative to Appeals, (Poor
Laws) 12mo; Lond. 1826.
Aston's Entries, p. 4to; Lond. 1661.
Attorney's Practice in the Court of Common Pleas, by Rich
ardson, 2d v. 8vo; London, 1746.
Attorney's Practice in the Court of King's Bench, by Rich
ardson, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1750.
Babington's Treatise on the Law of Auctions, 8vo: London,
1826.
Treatise on the Law of Sett-Off and Mutual
Credit, 8vo; London, 1827.
Bacon's Abridgment, with additions, &c, by H. Gwillim
7 v. 8vo; Lond. 1798.
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Ballantine on Limitations, with references to Am. Decisions,
8vo; N. York, 1812.
Baron & Feme, 8vo; Lond. 1738.
Barry's Irish Tenures, fol. ; Dublin, 1637.

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151

J. 154
J. 283
J. 92
J. 90
J. 91
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J. 52
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Bayldon's Treatise on the Valuation of Property for Poor
Rates, 8vo; London, 1828.
Bayley on Bills of Exchange, &c 8vo; London, 1822.
Beame's Sketch of the Doctrine relative to Commitments in
Bankruptcy, 8vo; London, 1827.
Translation of Glanville, 8vo; London, 1812.
Bellew: Ansdu Roy Richard II., 16s; Lond. 1585.
Bentham's Rationale of Judicial Evidence, 5 v. 8vo; Lond.
1827.
Billinghurst on the Statutes concerning Bankrupts, 12mo;
Lond. 1676.
Bingham's Digest of the Law of Landlord and Tenant, 8vo;
Lond. 1820.
Bingham on Infancy and Overture, with notes and references
to Am. Decisions, 8vo; Exeter, 1824.
on Judgments and Executions, 8vo; Lond. 1815.
Blackstone's Commentaries, 4 v. 4to; Oxford, 1770.
by Tucker, 5 v. 8vo; Phila. 1803.
with Field's Analysis, and Notes
by Christian, Archbold, and Chitty, and by a member of
the New York Bar, 4 v. in 2, 8vo; Phila. 1827.
Blackstone's (Wm.) Law Tracts, 2 v. 8vo; Oxford, 1762.
Blount's Law Dictionary, fol.; London, 1717.
Bohun's Customs of London, 8vo; London, 1723.
English Lawyer, 8vo; Lond. 1732.
Institutio Legalis, 8vo; Lond. 1732.
Book of Judgments, 12mo; London, 1655.
Book of Oaths, 12mo; London, 1689.
Booth's Nature of Real Actions, fol.; Lond. 1701.
Brackenridge's Law Miscellanies, 8vo; 1814.
Bracton: De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae, p. 4to;
Lond. 1640.
Bridall's Conveyancer, part 2d, 8vo; Lond. 1698.
Brook's Pleading upon the Statute of Limitations, 16s; Lond.
1647.
Brooke's Abridgment, 4to; London, 1586.
Brown's Brevia Judicialia, fol. ; Lond. 1662.
Entering Clerk's Vade-Mecum, 8vo; Lond. 1678.
Entries, fol.; London, 1671.
Modus Intrandi, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1702.
Brownlow's Entries, fol. ; Lond. 1693. (2 copies.)
Buller's Nisi Prius, 8vo; Dublin, 1791.
Caine's Practical Forms of the Supreme Court of N. York,
from Tidd's Appendix, 8vo; New York, 1808.
Calthrop's Customs and Usages of London, 12mo; Lond., 1655.
Chitty on Bills of Exchange, &c, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1821.
on Pleading, &c, with Corrections and Additions, by
J. A. Dunlap, 3 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1819.

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J. 280
J. 281
210
209
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J.
J.
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53
60
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288
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J. 301
148
191
138
J. 59
J. 284
J. 274
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200
J. 289

Chitty on the Law of Contracts, 8vo; London, 1826.
Christian's Origin, Progress, and Practice, of the Bankrupt
Law in England and Ireland, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1818.
Clerk's Assistant, 8vo; London, 1683.
Clerk's Manual, 8vo; London, 1678.
Coke's Entries, folio; London, 1671.
Coke's (Lord) Institutes; Abridgment of the First Part, by
W. Hawkins, 12mo; London, 1751.
2d Institute, edition 1662, folio.
2d Institute, 6th edition, 16S1, folio.
3d and 4th Institute, 4th edition, 1670, folio.
Coke upon Littleton, with Notes, &c, by Hargrave, Butler,
Hale, Nottingham, and Day, 3 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1812.
with notes of Hargrave, &c , by Thomas,
3 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1827.
Complete Attorney and Solicitor, 8vo; London, 1695.
Complete Clerk and Scrivener's Guide, p. 4to; Lond. 1655.
Complete English Copyholder, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1735.
Complete Sheriff, 8vo; London, 1727.
Comyn's Digest of the Laws of England, 5 v. folio; London,
1762-'67.
Continued, by a Gentleman of the Inner Tem
ple, to the present time, folio; London, 1776.
, of the Laws of England, by Hammond, with
American Decisions, by T. Day, 8 v. 8vo; Phila. 1826.
Law of Contracts and Promises, 8vo; Lond. 1824.
Cooke's Cases of Practice, folio; London, 1742.
Cooper's Bankrupt Law of America, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1801.
Coote's Treatise on the Law of Mortgage, 2 v. 8vo; London,
1821.
Cornish's Essay on the Doctrine of Remainder, 8vo; London,
1827.
Covert's Scrivener's Guide, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1740.
Cowell's Interpreter Improved, folio; London, 1708.
Cragii Jus Feudale, folio; Edinb. apud T. & W. Ruddimanno,
1732.
Crompton on Courts, p. 4to; London, 1794.
Cruise's Digest of the Laws of England respecting Real Pro
perty, with American Decisions, by E. D. Ingraham, 4 v.
8vo; Brookfield, 1823.
Cunningham's Law Dictionary, 2 v. folio; London, 1781.
Curson's Arcana Clericalia, 8vo; London, 1705.
Dalry mple's Essay on Feudal Property, 8vo; London, 1758.
Dalton's Office of Sheriff, folio; London, 1700.
Dane's Abridgment and Digest of American Law, 8 v. 8vo;
Boston, 1823.
D'Anver's Abridgment of the Common Law, 3 v. folio;
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J. 97
J. 23
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J. 276
J. 299
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J. 87
J. 35
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J. 6
J. 89
120
127
179
J. 312

Davies' Collection of Cases respecting Patents of Invention,
8vo; London, 1816.
Dixon's Treatise on the Law relating to Title Deeds, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1826.
Doctrina Placitandi, 4to; Lond. 1677.
Dunlop's Treatise on the Law of Scotland relative to Poor
Rates, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1828.
Du Ponceau's Dissertation on the Jurisdiction of the United
States' Courts, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1824.
Eden's Practical Treatise on the Bankrupt Law, 8vo; Lond.
1826.
Egerton's Observations on Coke's Reports, folio; London.
Speech on the Post-Nati, p. 4to; London, 1609.
Exposition of Law Terms, 12mo; London.
Fearne's Essay on Contingent Remainders and Executory De
vises; with Notes and Index, by Butler, 8vo; Philadelphia,
1819.
Fessenden on the Law of Patents, 8vo; Boston, 1822.
Field's Analysis of Blackstone's Commentaries, 8vo; New
York, 1822.
Finch's Discourse on Law, 8vo; London, 1759.
Fitzherbert's Abridgment, p. folio; Tottell, London, 1577.
Fortescue de Laudibus Legum Angliae; et Hengham, Magna
et Parva, Seldeni, folio; Lond. 1741.
Fulbecke's Parallel of the Civil, Canon, and Common Law,
p. 4to; London, 1618.
Gilbert's History of the Exchequer, 8vo; London, 1738.
Law of Distresses, 8vo; London, 1757.
Law of Ejectments, 8vo; 1741.
Law of Tenures, 8vo; 1757.
Glanvil: Tractatus de Legibus, &c, 12mo; Lond. 1673.
"
editio Totteli,
Topics in the Laws of England, by J. C; Lon- I .
don, 1646,
. I
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Noy's Complete Lawyer; London, 1651,
Glisson's Common Law Epitomized; London, 1679.
Goodinge on Bankrupts, 8vo; London, 1701.
Greenwood on Courts, 12mo; London, 1722.
Griffith's Annual Law Register of the United States, 3d and
4th v. 8vo; New Jersey, 1822.
Guide to English Juries, 12mo; London, 1725.
Hale's History of the Common Law of England, 8vo; Lon
don, 1739.
Hall's American Law Journal, 7 v. 8vo; Phila. 1808-'21.
Hammond's Treatise on
on Parties
the Law
to of
Actions,
Nisi Prius,
8vo; Exeter,
8vo; Exeter,
1822.
1823.
Hansard's Entries, folio; London, 1685. .

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160

Hearne's Pleader, folio; Landon, 1657.
Hoffman's Course of Legal Study, 8vo; Baltimore, 1817.
Syllabus, and Introductory Lecture, 8vo; Balti
more, 1821 and 1823.
J. 306 Horsman's Conveyancing, 2d and 3d v. folio; Lond. 1744.
J. 275 Houard sur les Coutumes Anglo-Normandes, 4 v. 4to; Dieppe,
1776.
J. 205 Hughes' Grand Abridgment, 3 v. 4to; London, 1660.
129 Humphrey's Observations on the Actual State of the English
Laws of Real Property, 8vo; London, 1826.
J. 70 Huxley's Second Book of Judgments, by G. Townsend, p.
4to; London, 1674.
147 Ingraham's View of the Insolvent Laws of Pennsylvania, 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1827.
J. 47 Instructor Clericalis, 6 v. 8vo; London, 1715.
171 Jackson's Pleadings and Practice in Real Actions, 8vo; Bos
ton, 1828.
J. 51 Jacob's (Giles) Accomplished Conveyancer, 3 v. 8vo; Lon
don, 1714.
J. 66
Common Law Commonplaced, 8vo; Lon
don, 1726.
J. 67
Introduction to the Common, Civil, and Ca
non Law, 8vo; London, 1721.
202
Law Dictionary, corrected and enlarged by
Tomlins, 6 v. 8vo; New York, 1811.
J. 65
Statute Law Commonplaced, 8vo; London,
1730.
120a Jurist, (American,) and Law Magazine, vols. 1 and 2, for 1829,
8vo; Boston, 1829.
120b Jurist, (British,) or Quarterly Journal of Jurisprudence and
Legislation, 1st v. 8vo; London, 1827.
J. 14 Kaim's (Lord,) British Antiquities, 12mo; Edinburgh, 1763.
J 153
Law Tracts, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1761.
105 Kennedy's Treatise on the Law and Practice of Juries, 8vo;
London, 1826.
201 Kent's Commentaries on American Law, 3 v. 8vo; New York,
1826—1828.
J. 196 Kilty's Maryland Landholder's Assistant, 8vo; Baltim. 1808.
J. 24 Kitchin on Courts, 12mo; London, 1663.
124 Kyd's Treatise on the Law of Awards, with references to all
the recent cases in England, and Notes upon the Reports
of Referees in Pennsylvania, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1808.
170 Lawes' Treatise on Pleading in Assumpsit, with American
Decisions, by J. Story, 8vo; Boston, 1811.
J. 99 Law Notes, MS. Abridgment, p. 4to.
J. 22 Law of Bailments, by Wm. Jones, 12mo; Boston, 1796,
J. 82 Law of Commons, 8vo; London, 1720.
J. 83 Law of Covenants, 8vo; London, 1712.
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78
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297
298
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J 2*5
J. 86
182
114a
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116
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290

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314
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[Chapter IS.

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Law of Ejectments, 8vo; London, 1700.
Laws of England Delineated, 6vo; London, 1729.
Law of Evidence, 8vo; London, 1717.
Law of Mortgages, 8vo; London, 1706.
Law of Trespass, 8vo; 1704.
Law of Trover, 8vo; 1741.
Law of Uses and Trusts, 8vo; London, 1734.
Levinz' Entries, folio; London, 1702.
Lilly's Practical Conveyancer, folio; London, 1719.
Practical Register, 2 v. folio; London, 1735.
Reports and Pleadings, folio; London, 1719.
Littleton on Tenures, 16s; London, 1621.
Livermore on the Law of Principal and Agent, 2 v. 8vo; Bal
timore, 1818.
Long's Reflections on certain parts of the Law of England,
8vo; London, 1827.
Lowndes on the Law of Legacies, 8vo; London, 1824.
Madox's Formulare Anglicanum, fol. ; London, 1702.
Manley's Interpreter, fol. ; London, 1672.
Manwood's Forest Laws, by Wm. Nelson, 8vo; Lond. 1717.
Marshall (Samuel) on the Law of Insurance, with Am. De
cisions, by J. W. Condy, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1810.
Maugham's Treatise on the Laws of Literary Property, &c
8vo; London, 1828.
McKinnon's Philosophy of Evidence, 8vo; Loudon, 1812.
Montagu's Summary of the Law of Lien, with a Digest of
American Decisions, Svo; Exeter, 1824.
Moyle's Entries, 4to; London, 1658.
MS. Abridgment, folio.
MS. Commonplace Book, (Sir John Randolph's,) folio.
MS. Commonplace Book, folio.
Nelson's Abridgment of the Common Law, 3 v. fol. ; Lond.
1725-'6.
Game Laws of England, 12mo; London, 1736.
New Retorna Brevium, by R. G., 8vo; London, 1738.
Officina Brevium, folio; London, 1679.
Old Book of Entries, fol. ; excud. H. Smythe, Lond. 1546.
Opinions ef Learned Counsel, MS. p. 4to.
Paine & Duer's Practice in Civil Actions in the Courts of
New York, and in the Courts of the United States, 1st v.
8vo; New York, 1830.
Paley's Treatise on the Law of Principal and Agent, with
additions by Niel Gow, 8vo; Phila. 1822.
Palmer's Practice in the House of Lords, on Appeals, Writs
of Error, and Claims of Peerage, &c, 8vo; London, 1830.
Peake's Law of Evidence, with Decisions in the United
States, by J. P. Norris, 8vo; Phila. 1824.

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J. 40
188
J. 141
J. 45
137
192
J. 88
155
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J. 315
J. 42
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J.
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41
64
96
316
291
161

185
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J. 203
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J. 278
J. 39

Perkins on the Laws of England, 16s; London, 1621.
Petersdorff's Practical Treatise on the Law of Bail, 8vo;
London, 1824.
Phillips' Treatise on the Law of Evidence, with References
to American Decisions, 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1822.
Treatise on the Law of Insurance, 8vo; Boston,
1823.
Pigott's Conveyancing, fol.; London, 1742.
Placita Generalia et Specialia, 8vo; London, 1674.
Pothier on Obligations or Contracts, by W. D. Evans, 2 v.
8vo; London, 1806.
on Obligations considered in a Moral and Legal View,
2 v. in 1, 8vo; North Carolina, 1802.
Powel's Attorney's Academy, p. 4to; London, 1630.
Powell on Devises, with a Treatise on the Construction of
Devises, by Jarman, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1827.
Powell's Treatise on the Law of Mortgages, with Notes by
Coventry, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1822.
Practice of Fines and Recoveries, 8vo; London, 1751.
Preston's Practical Treatise on the Law of Legacies, 8vo;
New York, 1827.
Ram's Outline of the Law of Tenure and Tenancy, 8vo;
London, 1825.
Rastell's Entries, fol.; London, 1670.
Read's Declarations, 8vo; London, 1684.
Reeve's History of the English Law, from the time of the
Saxons to the end of the Reign of Elizabeth, 5 v. 8vo;
London, 1814 to 1829.
Treatise on the Law of Descents in the United States,
8vo; New York, 1825.
Registrum Brevium, fol.; London, 1687.
Regula Placitandi, 8vo; London, 1694.
Review of the Statutes, 8vo; London, 1713.
Robinson's Discourse on Inheritance, 8vo; London, 175S.
Entries, folio; London, 1684.
Rolle's Abridgment, 4 v. folio; London, 1668.
Sampson's Discourse on the Origin, Progress, &c of the
Common Law, 8vo; New York, 1826.
Saunders on Uses and Trusts, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1813.
Scroggs on Courts, 8vo; London, 1714.
Selwyn's Abridgment of the Law of Nisi Prius, with notes
and references to American Decisions, by H. Wheaton,
2 v. 8vo; Albany, 1823.
Selden's Fleta, p. 4to; London, 1647.
Sergeant's Constitutional Law, 8vo; Phila. 1822. (2 copies.)
Sheppard's Abridgment of the Common and Statute Law of
England, 3 v. 4to; London, 1675.
i
Precedents, 8vo; London, 1704.

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174
136

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J. 62
J. 43
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J. 318
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206

Sheppard's Precedent of Precedents, with Annotations by
F. M. VanHeythuysen, 8vo; London, 1822.
Touchstone of Common Assurances, 2 v. 8vo;
New York, 1808.
Somner's Treatise of Gavelkind, p. 4to; London, 1726.
Spelman's Discourse on Law Terms, 16s; London, 1684.
Spelmanni Glossarium Archaiologicum; Londini, 1664.
Starkie's Treatise on the Law of Evidence, with American
Decisions, by Metcalf, 3 v. 8vo; Boston, 1826.
Treatise on the Law of Slander, Libel, &c, with
notes and references to American and late English Deci
sions, by E. D. Ingraham, 8vo; New York, 1826.
Stearns' Summary of the Law and Practice of Real Actions,
8vo; Boston, 1824.
Story's Selection of Pleadings, 8vo; Salem, 1805.
Styles' Practical Register, 8vo; London, 1707.
Sugden's Practical Treatise of Powers, with notes and refer
ences to American Decisions, by E. D. Ingraham, 8vo;
Phila. 1823.
Practical Treatise on Vendors and Purchasers, with
notes and references to American Decisions, by E. D. In
graham, 8vo; Phila. 1820.
Sullivan's History of Land Titles in Massachusetts, 8vo^
Boston, 1801.
Lectures on the Constitution and Laws of England,
by G. Stuart, 2 v. 8vo; Portland, 1805.
Supplement to Viner's Abridgment, by several Gentlemen
in the Several Branches of the Law, 6 v. 8vo; London,
1799—1806.
Tamlyn on Terms of Years and other Chattels, 8vo; Lond.
1825.
Taylor's History of Gavelkind, p. 4to; Lond. 1663.
Tenant's Law, 12mo; Lond. 1750.
Thesaurus Brevium, fol.; Lond. 16S7.
Thomson's Entries, fol.; Lond. 1674.
Tidd's Practice of the Court of King's Bench, 2 v. in 1, 8vo;
New York, 1807.
Toller's Law of Executors and Administrators, 8vo; New
York, 1815.
Touchstone of Precedents, 8vo; Lond. 1682.
Townsend's Preparative to Pleading, 8vo; Lond. 1713.
Trye, John: Jus Filizarii, 12mo; Lond. 1684.
Verplanck's Essay on the Doctrine of Contracts, 8vo; New
York, 1825.
Vidian's Entries, fol.; Lond. 1684.
Viner's Abridgment of Law and Equity, with an Index,
24 v. 8vo; Lond. 1791-'94.
Supplement to Viner, 6v. 8vo; Lond. 1799—1806.

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125 Watson on the Law of Arbitration and Awards, 8vo; Lond.
1825.
117
on the Law of Partnership, with references to Ame
rican Decisions, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1807.
61 Watson's Practical Treatise on the Law relating to -the Office
and Duty of Sheriff, 8vo; London, 1827.
54 West's Symbolaeography, p. 4to; London, 1627.
202a Whishaw's New Law Dictionary, 8vo; London, 1829.
115 Whitaker'sTreatiseontheLawof Lien, 8vo; New York, 1816.
157 Wilson's (James) Lectures on Law, 3 v. 8vo; Phila. 1804.
319 Winch's Entries, fol. ; London, 1680.
5 Wingate's Britain, 12mo; London, 1640.
267
Maximes, fol.; London, 1658.
80 Women's Rights, or the Law's Provision for Women, p. 4to;
London, 1632.
155 Woodeson's Lectures on the Laws of England, 3 v. 8vo:
Dublin, 1792-'4.
20 Worthington's General Precedent for Wills, 12mo; London,
1826.
104
Inquiry into the Power of Juries to decide
incidentally on Questions of Law, 8vo; London, 1828.

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J. 331
243
J. 213
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J. 28
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Annesley's Trial for Kidnapping, 12mo; London.
Archbold's Summary of the Law of Pleading and Evidence
in Criminal Cases, 8vo; New York, 1824.
Bolton's Justice of Peace for Ireland, fol.; Dublin, 1683.
Bradford's Inquiry how far the Punishment of Death is ne
cessary in Pennsylvania, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1793.
Burn's Justice of the Peace, 4 v. 8vo: London, 1770.
Carrington's Supplement to the Modern Treatise on the Cri
minal Law, 12mo; London, 1826.
Case of Hamiltons vs. Eaton, in North Carolina, respecting
British Debts, 8vo; Newbern, 1797.
Celebrated Trials and Remarkable Cases of Criminal Juris
diction, from the earliest records to the year 1825, 6 v.
8vo; London, 1825.
Chitty on Criminal Law, 4 v. 8 vo; London, 1816.
Clerk of Assize, 12mo; London, 1660.
Cobbett and Howell's Complete Collection of State Trials, for
High Treason, and other Crimes and Misdemeanors, from
1163 to 1820, 33 v. 8vo; London, 1809 to 1826; with an
Index, by Jardine, (341h v.) 8vo; London, 1828.
Criminal Recorder, 12mo; Philadelphia, 1812.
Dalton's Country Justice, fol.; London, 1666.

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J. 214
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J. 261
J. 260
J. 262
J. 264
J. 263
J. 27
J. 259

Davis's Practical Treatise on the Authority and Duty of Jus
tices of the Peace, in Criminal Prosecutions, 8vo; Boston,
1824.
East's Pleas of the Crown, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1806.
Foster's Crown Law, 8vo; Dublin, 1767.
Hale's History of the Pleas of the Crown, with notes, &c ,
by G. Wilson, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1778.
Summary of the Pleas of the Crown—On Sheriff's
Accounts—Trial of Witches—and on the Provision for
the Poor, 8vo; Lond. 1716.
Hawkins' Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown, with additions
by Curwood, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1824.
Hening's New Virginia Justice, 8vo; Richmond, 1795.
History of Remarkable Trials in England and Ireland, 2 v.
8vo; Lond. 1725.
History of the Trial, &c of Wm. Laud, Archbishop of Can
terbury, 4to; Lond. 1646.
Judgment of the Lords of Session in the Case of Hamilton vs.
Douglass, 8vo; Edinb. 1768.
Justice's Case Law, 8vo; London, 1731.
Lambard, Wm. : Eirenarcha, or Justice of Peace, 12mq;
Lond. 1599.
Law Pamphlets, viz.: Wythe's decision in Overton vs. Ross;
Wythe on the Statute of Distribution; Hay's Essay on the
Liberty of the Press; Toulmin & Blair's Criminal Law
of Kentucky; and Rules and Articles of War of the United
States in 1800; 8vo.
Leach's Cases in Crown Law, from 1730 to 1815, 2 v. 8vo;
Lond. 1815.
Law Tracts, viz: Varnum's Argument in the Case of Trevett
vs. Weeden, for refusing paper bills in payment for Butch
er's meat, in market, at par with specie, Newport, R. I.
1786; and the Case of Somersett, a negro, on a Habeas
Corpus, in England, 1772, p. 4to.
Lawes' Pleading in Assumpsit, with the addition of the Deci
sions of American Courts, by Joseph Story, 8vo; Boston,
1811.
Memoires, in the Case of Bradier, Simare, and Lardoise,
condemned to the Wheel, 4to; Paris, 1786.
Memoires, in the Cases of Kornmann, Beaumarchais, Miaczynski, &c , 4to; Paris, 1786,--'7.
Memoires, in the Cases of Leris and Lamarque, Bonnard,
D'Anglure, &c, 4to; Paris, 1788.
Memoire de Ducrest contra D'Orleans, 4to; Paris, 1791.
Memoire de Reveillon, 4to; Paris, 1789.
Memoire sur l'Accusation de l'Affaire du fameux Collier, pour
le Cardinal Rohan, ComtesseLa Motte, Demoiselle D'Oliva, et le Comte de Cagliostro, &c, 12mo; Paris, 1785-'6.
Le meme, 2 v. 4to; Paris, 1786.

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J. 326

Nelson's Justice of the Peace, 2 v 8vo; London, 1736.
New Discovery of the Prelates' Tyranny, in their prosecu
tions of Dr. Bastwick, Mr. Burton, and Master Prynne,
p. 4to; Lond. 1640.
Officium Clerici Pacis, 8vo; London, 1705.
Paley on the Law and.Practice of Summary Convictions, 2 v.
8vo; London, 1827.
Perley's Maine Justice, 8vo; Hallowell, 1823.
Proceedings in an action for Debt between the Right Honora
ble Charles J. Fox, plaintiff, and John Home Tooke, de
fendant, 8vo; London, 1792.
Quo Warranto against the City of London in 1682, fol. ;
London, 1690.
Raymond's (Lord) Argument in K. B. Court, inter Dr. Bentley and the Bp. of Ely, Trinity Term, 1731; MS. folio.
Remarkable Trials at the Old Bailey, 1st vol. 12mo; Lond.
1718.
Rogers' New York City-Hall Recorder, for 1816, 8vo; New
York, 1817.
Russell & Ryan's Crown Cases Reserved for Consideration^
from 1799 to 1824, 8vo; Lond. 1825.
Russell's Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors, with notes
of Am. Decisions, by D. Davis, 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1824.
Salmon's Abridgment and Review of the State Trials, from
the reign of King Richard II. to the 10th year of George
II., folio; London, 1738.
Scobell's Collection of Acts of Parliament, (1648 to 1651,) use
ful for Justices of the Peace, folio; London, 1653.
Sommers' (Lord) Argument in the Bankers' Case, June 23»
1696, p. 4to; London, 1733.
Starkie's Treatise on Criminal Pleading, 8vo; Exeter, 1824.
State Trials, from the Norman Conquest to this present time,
folio; London, 1741.
from 1715 to 1723, fol.; Lond. 1716—1723.
from the reign of Henry IV. to the end of the
reign of George I., 6 v. folio; London, 1719— 1730.
Staundforde's Pleas of the Crown, p. 4to; London, 1583.
Tomlins' Digested Index to the Crown Law, and Jones' In
dex to the Criminal Cases in the Supreme Court of the
United States, 8vo; New York, 1823.
Toulmin & Blair's Review of the Criminal Law of Kentucky,.
8vo; Frankfort, 1804.
Tremaine's Pleas of the Crown, folio; London, 1723.
Trial of Aaron Burr, on an indictment for Treason, taken in
short-hand by T. Carpenter, 3 v. 8vo; Washington, 1807.
Trial of Aaron Burr, on an Indictment for Treason, 8vo.
Trial of Elizabeth Canning, for Perjury, folio; Lond. 1754.
Trial of the Dutchess of Kingston, for Bigamy, folio; Lon
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The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

Trial of Judge Chase, before the Senate of the United States,
for Hjgh Crimes and Misdemeanors, 8vo; Wash. 1805.
Trial of Judge Prescott, before the Senate of Massachusetts,
in 1821, for Misconduct and Maleadministration in Office,
8vo; Boston, 1821.
Trial of the Bank of Pennsylvania, at the Suit of Patrick
Lyon, to recover Damages for False Imprisonment, on a
charge of Robbing the Bank in 1798, 8vo; Phila. 1808.
Trial of the Boot and Shoemakers of Philadelphia, on an In
dictment for a Combination and Conspiracy to raise their
Wages, 8vo; Phila. 1806.
Trial of the British Soldiers for Murder in 1770, 12mo; Bos
ton, 1824.
Trial of Tobias Watkins, for various Frauds upon the United
States, 8vo; Washington, 1829.
Trial of Dr. Henry Sacheverell, folio; London, 1710.
Trial of Thomas, Earl of Macclesfield, folio; Lond. 1725.
Trial of Wm. Earl of Kilmarnock, George, Earl of Cromertie,
and Arthur Lord Balmerino, for High Treason, folio;
London, 1746: and Trial of Wm. Lovat, for High Trea
son, London, 1747.
Webb's Virginia Justice, 8vo; Williamsburgh, 1736.
Wheeler's Reports of Criminal Law Cases decided at the City
Hall of New York, 3 v. 8vo; New York, 1823.

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33 Adye on Courts Martial, 8vo; London, 1810.
J. 33c Act for establishing Rules and Articles for the Government
of the Armies of the United States, 12mo; Wash. 1806.
253 General Regulations and Orders for the British Army, Janu
ary, 1816, 8vo; London, 1816.
256 Hough's Practice of Courts Martial, 8vo; London, 1825.
J. 33a Law Military of England, 12mo; London, 1719.
254 Macomb's Treatise on Martial Law and Courts Martial, 8vo;
Charleston, 1809.
255 McArthur on Naval and Military Courts Martial, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1813.
J. 336 Rules and Articles for the Government of the Troops of the
United States, 8vo; Washington, 1800.
252 Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise, &c, of the
Army of the United States, 1815, 8vo; with plates, 4to;
New York, 1815.
257 Samuel's Historical Account of the British Army, and of the
Military Law, 8vo; London, 1816.

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J.

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5
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Aleyn's Reports, 22—24 Ch. I., folio; London, 1681.
Anderson's Reports, from 26 Hen. VIII. to 1 James I., folio;
London, 1664.
Andrews' Reports, 10—12 Geo. II., folio; London, 1754.
Anstruther's Reports of Cases in the Court of Exchequer,
32 and 33 Geo. III., 3 v. 8vo; London, 1817.
Barnes' Notes of Cases in Points of Practice in the Court of
Common Pleas, from 1732 to 1756, 8vo; London, 1790.
Barnewall and Alderson's Reports of Cases in the Court of
King's Bench, 58—60 Geo. III., 4 v. 8vo; Boston,
1820-'22.
Bendloe's Reports, from 6 Hen. VIII. to 3 Ch. I., folio; Lon
don, 1661. See Keilwey.
Benloe and Dalison's Reports, from 32 Ed. III. to 21 Eliz.,
folio; London, 1689.
Blackstone's (Henry) Reports of Cases in the Courts of Com
mon Pleas and Exchequer, 28—36 Geo. HI., 2 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1819.
Blackstone's (William) Reports of Cases in the several Courts
of Westminster Hall, from 1746 to 1779, 2 v. 8vo; Dub
lin, 1789.
Bligh's Reports of Cases in the House of Lords, on Appeals
and Writs of Error, in 1819, 1st vol. 8vo; Lond. 1823.
Bosanquet and Puller's Reports of Cases in the Court of Com
mon Pleas, &c, 36—47 Geo. III., with Corrections and
Notes, by T. Day, 5 v. 8vo; Hartford, 1820.
Bridgman's Reports. See Lane.
Broderip & Bingham's Reports of Cases in the Court of Com
mon Pleas, &c, from 59 Geo. III. to 2 Geo. IV., 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1820-'21.
Brown's Reports of Cases upon Appeals and Writs of Error,
determined in the High Court of Parliament; with Notes
and Additional Cases, brought down to the year 1800, by
T. E. Tomlins, 8 v. 8vo; London, 180S.
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J.

J.
J.

J.
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J.
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J,

J.

J.

9

Brownlqw & Goldesborough's Reports of Cases in the Court
of Common Pleas, from 4 Ed. IV. to 23 James I., p. 4to;
London, 1675..
64 Bulstrode's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench,
from 7 James I. to 1 Ch. I., folio; London, 1688.
10 Burrow's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench,
from 30 Geo. II to 12 Geo. III., 5 v. 8vo; Dublin, 1785.
Calthrop's Reports. See No. 8, chap. 18.
11 Campbell's Reports of Cases at Nisi Prius, in the Courts of
King's Bench, &c, 48—56 Geo. III., 4 v. 8vo; London
and New York, 1809-'21: the 3d and 4th vols. with
Notes, fie., by S. Howe; New York,, 1821.
12 Carrington & Payne's Reports of Cases at Nisi Prius, in the
Court of King's Bench, &c from 1823 to 1827, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1825-'27.
65 Carter's Reports of Special Cases in the Court of Common
Pleas, 16—25 Charles II., folio; London, 1688.
66 Carthew's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench,
from 3 James II. to 12 William III., folio; London, 1728.
13 Cases adjudged in the Court of King's Bench, concerning Set
tlements and Removals, from 1710 to 1727, 8vo; London,
1729.
14 Coke's Reports, from 14 Elizabeth to 14 James I., 7 v. 8vo;
London, 1738.
67 Comberbach's Reports of Cases in the Court ot King's Bench,
from 1 James II. to 12 William III., folio; Lond. 1724.
15 Comyn's Reports of Cases in the Courts of King's Bench,
Common Pleas, and Exchequer; with Notes, &c, by S.
Rose, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1792.
16 Cowper's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, 14
.
—18 George III., with Notes, &c, by S. West, 2 v. 8vo;
Boston, 1808-'9.
.68. Croke's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c,
from 24 Elizabeth to 16 Charles I., translated by Sir Harbottle-Grimston, 3 v. folio; London, 1683.
78. Dalison's Reports. See Keilwey.
17-Daniell's Reports of Cases on the Equity side of the Court of
Exchequer, from 1817 to 1820, 8vo; London, 1824.
18 Douglas's Reports of Cases in Ihe Court of King's Bench, 1 9—
21 George III., 8 vo; Dublin, 1789.
19 Dow's Reports of Cases upon Appeals and Writs of Error, in
the House of Lords, from 1813 to 1818, 6 v. 8voj Lond.
1814-'19.
20 Dowling & Ryland's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's
Bench, 2—7 George IV., 8 v. 8vo; London, 1822-'27.
21 Durnford & East's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's
Bench, 26—40 George III., 8 v. 8vo; Philadelphia,
1808-'9.

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J. 28

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J. 80
J. 72
30

J. 73
J. 74

Dyer's Reports of Gases in the reigns of Henry VIII. , Edw»
VI., Mary, and Elizabeth; translated by J. Vaillant, with
Notes, &c, 3 v. 8vo; Dublin, 1794.
East's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, from
1800 to 1812; with Notes, &c, by T. Day, 16 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1817.
English Common Law Reports, from 1813 to 1829, edited
by Thomas Sergeant and John C. Lowber, 15 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1822-'30.
Espinasse's Reports of Cases at Nisi Prius, in the Court of
King's Bench- and Common Pleas, from 1793 to 1806;
with Improvements by T. Day, 5. v. in 3, 8vo; Hartford,
1808-'l6.
>
''-,,',Fitzgibbons' Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench,
1—5 Geo. II., folio; London, 1732.
Fortescue's (Lord) Reports of Select Cases in all the Courts
or Westminster Hall; also, the Opinion of all the Judges
of England, relating to the grandest Prerogative of the
Royal Family, and some Observations relating to the Pre
rogative of a Queen Consort, folio; London, 1748.
Freeman's Reports of Cases in the Courts of King's Bench
and Common Pleas, from 1670 to 1704; with Notes, Refer
ences, &c, by Edward Smirke, 8vo; London, 1826.
Godbolt's Reports of certain Cases in the several Courts of
Record at Westminster, in the reigns of Queen Elizabeth,
King James, and Charles I., p. 4to; London, 1652.
Gouldsborough's Reports of Cases in all the Courts at West
minster, in the latter years of the reign of Queen Eliza
beth, p. 4to; London, 1653.
Hammond's Analytical Digested Index to the Term Reports,- and others; containing all the Points of Law Argued* and
Determined in the Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas,
and Exchequer, during the reign of George III., 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1819. .
. "
Hardres' Reports of Cases in the Courts of Exchequer, from
1655 to 1660, and from thence to the twenty-first year of
Charles II. , folio; London, 1693. •
" V
Hetley's Reports. See Lane.
'
Hobart's (Sir Henry) Reports of Cases, in the Court of Com
mon Pleas, from 3 Eliz. to 23 James I., folio; Lond. 1671.
Holt's (Fr. Ludlow) Reports of Case's at Nisi Prius, in the
Court of Common Pleas, &c, 1st vol., from 1815 to 1817,
8vo; London, 1818.
Hutton's Reports of Cases in the Court of Common Pleas,
from 15 James I. to 14 Charles I., folio; London, 1656.
Jenkins' Reports of Cases in the Exchequer Chamber, from
4 Henry III. to 21 James I., folio; London, 1734.

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J. 75

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J. 77
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J. 79
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J. 80

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J. 83
J. 84

33
J. 85
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J. 35
36

37
38

Jones' (Sir Wm. ) Reports of Cases in the Court of King's
Bench, &c, from 18 James I. to 16 Charles I., folio; Lon
don, 1675.
Jones' (Sir Thomas) Reports of Cases in the Court of King's
Bench, &c, from 19 Charles I. to 36 Charles II., folio;
London, 1695.
Keble's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench,
12—30 Charles II., 3 v. folio; London, 1685.
Keilwey's Reports, from 12 Henry VII. to 21 Henry VIII. ;
and Dalison and Bendloe's Reports, from 6 Henry VIII.
to 20 Elizabeth, by J. Croke, folio; London, 1688.
Kelynge's Reports of Select Cases in Chancery, the King's
Bench, &c, 4—7 George II., folio; London, 1740.
Kenyon's Notes of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c,
from 1753 to 1759; from the original MS., with Notes, &c,
by J. W. Hanmer, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1819-'25.
Lane's Reports of Cases in the Court of Exchequer, 3—9 James
I. ; Hetley's Reports, 3—7 Charles I. ; and Bridgman's Re
ports, from 11 James I. to 9 Charles I., folio; London,
1657 and 1659.
Lee's Cases in the Court of King's Bench, 7—10 George II.,
8vo; London, 1815.
Leonard's Reports of Cases in the Courts of Law at West
minster, 1 —35 Elizabeth, 2 v. folio; London, 1658-'63.
Levinz' Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c,
from 12 Charles II. to 8 William III., 2 v. folio; London,
1702.
Ley's Reports of Cases in the Courts of Law at Westminster,
from 6 James I. to 3 Charles I., folio; London, 1659.
Littleton's (Lord Edward) Reports of Cases in the Courts of
Common Pleas and Exchequer, 2—7 Charles I. , folio; Lon
don, 1683.
Lofft's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c ,
18—14 George III., 8vo; Dublin, 1790.
Lucas's Modern Cases in Law and Equity, 7—12 George I.,
folio; London, 1730.
Manning's Digest of the Nisi Prius Reports, with Notes and
References, 8vo; Exeter, 1823.
March's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench,
15—18 Charles I., p. 4to; London, 1648.
Marshall's (Charles) Reports of Cases in the' Courts of Com
mon Pleas, &c, from 1813 to 181-6, 2 v. 8vo; London,
1815-'17.
Maule & Selwyn's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's
Bench, from 1813 to 1*816, 5 v. 8vo; Boston, 1819-'23.
Modern Reports; or Select Cases in the Courts of King's
Bench, Chancery, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, from
the restoration of Charles II. to the end of the reign of
William III., 12 v. in 9, 8vo; Dublin, 1794.

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of the late President Jeffersok, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J. 86

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40

41

42

J. 87

J. 87
J. 88
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44

45

J. 89

J. 90

J. 91

J. 92

Moore's (Sir Francis) Reports of Cases in the Courts at West
minster, from 1 Henry VIII. to 8 James I., folio; Lon
don-, 1688.
Moore's (John Bayly) Reports of Cases in the Court of Com
mon Pleas and Exchequer Chamber, from 57 George III.
to 1 George IV., 4 v. 8vo; London, 1818-'22.
Digested Index to the Reports of all
the Cases in the Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas,
Exchequer, and Nisi Prius, 182W23, 8vo; Lond. 1824.
.
Digested Indei to the Reports of all
the Cases in the Courts of King's Bench, &c, 1823 and
1824, 8vo; London, 1825.
Digested Index to *he Term Reports,
from 1785 to 1818; continued to 1819, b: J. E. Hall, 2 v.
8vo; Philadelphia, 1819.
Noy's Reports of Cases in the time of Queen Elizabeth, King
James, and King Charles, trans. into English, folio; Lotidon, 1656.
Owen's Reports of Cases in the Court of Common Plea!,
4 & 5 P. & M. to 10 James I., folio; London, 1656.
Palmer's (Sir Gefry) Reports of Cases in the Court of King's
Bench, from 17 James I. to 4 Charles I., fol. ; Lond. 1688.
,Parker's (Sir Thomas) Reports of Cases concerning the Reve
nue, in the Court of Exchequer, from 1743 to 1767; with
an Appendix, containing Cases upon the same subject in
former Reigns, 8vo; Dublin, 1791.
Peake's Cases at Nisi Prius, in the Court of King's Bench,
30—35 George III., (3d edit., with additional Cases, &c,)
8vo; London, 1820.
Petersdorff's Practical and Elementary Abridgment of the
Cases in the Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, Ex
chequer, and at Nisi Prius; and of the Rules of Court,
.from the Restoration in 1660, to Michaelmas Term, 4
George IV., &c &c, vols. 1—6, 8vo; N. York, 1829-'S0.
Plowden's (Richard) Commentaries, ou Reportes de divers
, Cases esteants matters en Ley, et de les Arguments ur
yceux, en les temps des Raygnes le Roye Edwarde le Siie,
le Roigne Mary, le Roy et Roigne Phillip et Mary, etle
Roigne Elizabeth, folio; Lond. 1578.
Plowden's Commentaries, or Reports, &c ; trans. into Et.
glish by Mr. Bromley, with Notes and References, anl
the Queries of Mr. Plowden, folio; London, 17.61.
Pollexfen's Arguments and Reports in some Special Cases in
the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, &c, folio;
London, 1702.
Popham's (Sir John) Reports and Cases, 34—39 Elizabeth; tr.
into English, with some remarkable Cases reported by
others since his death, from 15 James I. to 2 Charles I.,
folio; London, 1682.

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46

Price's Reports of Cases in the Court of Exchequer, from 54
George i1l. to 1 George IV., 9 v. 8vo; Lond. 1816-'25.
J. 47 Raymond's (Lord Robert) Reports of Cases in the Courts of
King's Bench and Common Pleas, in the reigns of King
William, Queen Anne, King George I. and King George
II., with References, &c, by John Bayley, 3 v. 8vo;
Dublin, 1792.
J. 93 Raymond's (Sir Thomas) Reports of divers Special Cases in
the Courts of King's Bench, Common Pleas, and Ex
chequer, in the reign of Charles II., folio; London, 1743.
J. 94 Reports of &V the Cases determined by Sir John Holt, from
1688 to -710, folio; London, 1738.
48 Reports or Cases upon Appeals and Writs of Error in the
High Court of Parliament in Ireland, since the restora
tion of the Appellate Jurisdiction, 3 v. 8vo; Dublin,
17»5-'8.
49 Ridgcway, Lapp, and Schoale's Irish Term Reports, 34 & 3S
&eo. III., 1st vol. 8vo; Dublin, 1796.
i 50 Saikeld's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench,
with some special Cases in the Courts of Chancery, Com
mon Pleas, and Exchequer, from 1 Wm. & Mary to 10
Anne, 3 v. 8vo; Dublin, 1791.
J. 95 Saunders, (Chevalier Edmund,) Reports des divers Pleadings
et Cases en le Court del Bank le Roy, en le temps del
Reign sa tres Excellent Majesty le Roy Charles le II.,
2 v. in 1, folio; Lond. 1722.
51 Saunders' (Sir Edmund) Reports of several Pleadings and
Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c &c, with Notes
and References, by John Williams, 4th Am. edition, from
the 5th London ed. by J. Patteson and E. V. Williams,
3 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1828.
J. 96 Savile's (Sir John) Reports of Select Cases in the Court of
King's Bench, 22—36 Elizabeth, folio; London, 1688.
J.- 97 Shower's (Sir Bartholomew) Reports of Cases in the Court
of King's Bench, in the Reign of Wm. III., folio; Lon
don, 1708.
J, 98
,— Reports ofCases and Arguments
in the Court of King's Bench, from 30 Charles II. to
3 James II., folio; London, 1720.
,'. 99
Cases in Parliament, upon Pe
titions and Writs of Error, folio; London, 1740.
J. 100 Siderfin: Second Partde les Reports esteant plusieurs Cases
come ils Estoyent Argue et Adjudgees en le Court del
Upper Banck, en lesans 1657, 1658, and 1659, folio; Lond.
1684.
J. 101 Skinner's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, from
33 Charles II. to 9 William III., with some Arguments inSpecial Cases, folio; London, 1728.

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J. 104

J. 55

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J. 56

J. 87
105
57

58

Starkie's Reports of Cases determined at Nisi Prius, in the
Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas, and on the
Circuit, from 1814 to 1819, fist American edition,) 2 v.
8vo; Exeter, 1823.
Strange's Reports of Cases in the Courts of Chancery, King's
Bench, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, from 2 George I.
to 21 George II , 2 v. 8vo; Dublin, 1792.
Style's Reports of Cases in the Upper Bench Court at West
minster, from 21 Charles I. to the end of Mic Term,
1655, folio; London, 1658.
Taunton's Reports of Cases in the Court of Common Pleas,
and other Courts, from 18U7 to 1819, 8 v. 8vo; New-York,
1810-'16, and Boston, 1823-'4.
Vaughan's (Sir John) Reports and Arguments, in Special
Cases, in the Court of Common Pleas, 17—25 Charts II.,
folio; London, 1706.
Ventris's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, in
the reign of Charles II. ; and in the Court of Common
Pleas, in the reigns of Charles II. and James II., and in
the three first years of William and Mary, &c, folio; Lon
don, 1726
Willes' Reports of Cases in the Court of Common Pleas,
8—32 George II. ; with Notes and References, by C. Durnford, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1802.Wilmot's Notes of Opinions and Judgments, 4to; London,
1802.
Wilson's Reports of the Cases in the King's Courts at West
minster, from 16 George II. to 14 George III., 3 v. 8vo;
Dublin, 1792.
Winch's Reports. See Noy.
Year Books, from 1 Edward II. to 27 Henry VIII., 10 v.
folio; London, 1678-'80.
Yelverton's Reports of divers Special Cases in the Court of
King's Bench, 44 and 45 Elizabeth, and 1—10 James I. ;
with Notes and References, by Theron Metcalf, 8vo; A.ndover, 1820.
Younge and Jervis's Reports of Cases in the Courts of Ex
chequer and Exchequer Chamber, 7 and 8 George IV., 1st
v. 8vo; London, 1828.

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Sect. II.—AMERICAN REPORTS.
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED 8TATES.
131

132
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173

191

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Cranch's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the Unit
ed States, from 1801 to 1815, 9 v. 8vo; New-York, 1812,
and Washington, 1816-'17.
Dallas's Reports of Cases in the several Courts of the United
States, and of Pennsylvania, 3 v. 8vo; Phil. 1798— 1807.
Peters' Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the United
States, from 1828 to 1830, 4 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 182S'30. (10 copies.)
Condensed Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of
the United States, from the organization of the Court to
the commencement of Peters' Reports, at January Term,
1827, with copious Notes, &c, vols. 1 and 2, 8vo; from
1791 to 1813; Philadelphia, 1830. (2 copies.)
Wheaton's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the Unit
ed States, from 1816 to 1827, 12 v. 8vo; Philadelphia,
1816, and New York, 1817--'27.
Wheaton's Digest of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of
the United States, from 1789 to 1820, 8vo; New York,
1821.
CIRCUIT COURTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

134

157

168
171

186

Gallison's Reports of Gases in the Circuit Court of the United
States, for the First Circuit, from 1812 to 1815, 2 v. 8vo;
Boston, 1815—1817.
Mason's Reports of Cases in the Circuit Court of the United
States, for the First Circuit, from 1816 to 1827, 4 v. 8vo;
Boston, 1819—1829.
Paine's Reports of Cases in the Circuit Court of the United
States, for the Second Circuit, 1st v. 8vo; N. York, 1827.
Peters' Reports of Cases in the Circuit Court of the United
States, for the Third Circuit; containing Cases determined
in the District of New Jersey, from 1803 to 1818, and in
the District of Pennsylvania, from 1815 to 1818, 1st v.
8vo; Philadelphia, 1819. (2 copies.)
Washington's Reports of Cases in the Circuit Court of the
United States, for the Third District, from 1803 to 1827,
4v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1826 —1829.
GENERAL DIGE8T8 OF REPORT8.

108

Anthon's Digested Index to the Reported Decisions of the
Several Courts of Law in the United States, 8vo; New
York, 1813.

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109

110

Coxe's Digest of the Decisions in the Supreme Court, Circuit
Courts, and District Courts of the United States, 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1829.
Day's Digested Index to the Reported Decisions of the Seve
ral Courts of Law in the United States, 8vo; New York,
1816.
Wharton's Digested Index to the Reported Decisions of the
Several Courts of Law in the United States, 2 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1824.
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MAINE.

136

Greenleaf's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Judicial Court of
the State of Maine, 4 v. 8vo; Hallowell, 1822-'4, and
Portland, 1826->8.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.

164

Reports of Cases in the Superior Court of Judicature for the
State of New Hampshire, from 1816 to 1826, inclusive,
by N. Adams, W. M. Richardson, and Levi Woodbury,
3v. 8vo; Exeter, 1819, and Concord, 1824-'7.
VERMONT.

107

Aiken's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the State
of Vermont, 2 v. 8vo; Windsor, 1827-'8.
123 Chipman's (Daniel) Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court
of the State of Vermont, 1st v. 8vo; Middlebury, 1824.
115a Brayton's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the State
of Vermont, 8vo; Middlebury, 1821.
184 Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the State of Ver
mont, from 1826 to 1829, 1st v. 8vo; St. Albans, 1829.
183 Tyler's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Judicature
of the State of Vermont, from 1800 to 1803, 2 v. 8vo;
New York, 1 809-' 10.
MASSACHUSETTS.

114

Bigelow's Digest of the Cases in the Supreme Judicial Court
of Massachusetts, from September, 1804, to November,
1815, 8vo; Cambridge, 1818.
159 Metcalf's Digest of the Cases decided in the Supreme Judi
cial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, from
1816 to 1823, inclusive, 8vo; Boston, 1825.
174 Pickering's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Judicial Court
of Massachusetts, from 1822 to 1828, 6 v. 8vo; Boston,
1824-'29.
158 Reports of Cases in the Supreme Judicial Court of the Com
monwealth of Massachusetts, from 1804 to 1822, by E.
Williams and D. A. Tyng, 17 v. 8vo; Boston, 1816--'23.
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CONNECTICUT.

Day's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Errors of the
State of Connecticut, 6 v- 8vo; Hartford, 1817-'29.
133 Day's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Errors of the
State of Connecticut; and in the Circuit Court of the U.
States for the District of Connecticut, 4 v. 8vo; Hartford,
1806-'9, and New York, 1811—'13.
152 Kirby's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of the State
of Connecticut, from 1785 to 1788, with some Determi
nations in the Supreme Court of Errors, 8vo; Litchfield,
1789.
177 Root's Reports of Cases in the Superior Court, and in the
Supreme Court of Errors in the State of Connecticut, from
1789 to 1798, 2 v. 8vo; Hartford, 1798 and 1802.
125

NEW YORK.

118

Caine's New York Term Reports of Cases in the Supreme
Court of the State, (2d edition,) 3 v. 8vo; New York,
1813-'14.
119
Cases in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and
. Correction of Errors, in the State of New York, 2 v. in 1,
8vo; New York, 1810.
124 Coleman and Caine's Reports of Cases of Practice in the Su
preme Court of Judicature of the State of New York, from
1794 to 1805, 8vo; New York, 1808.
128 Cowen's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court, and in the
Court for the Trial of Impeachments and the Correction
of Errors, of the State of New York, 9 v. 8vo; Albany,
1824-'30.
147 Johnson's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Judica
ture, and in the Court for the Correction of Errors, of the
State of New York, from 1799 to 1803, 3 v. 8vo; New
York, 1808-'12.
148
Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Judica
ture, and in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and
the Correction of Errors, in the State of New York, 20 v.
8vo; New York, 1811-'15, and Albany, 1816-'23.
149
Digest of the Cases Decided and Reported in the
Supreme Court of Judicature and the Court for the Cor
rection of Errors, in the State of New'York, from 1799 to
1813, 8vo; Albany, 1815.
150
Digest of the Cases Decided and Reported in the
' Supreme Court of Judicature, the Court of Chancery, and
the Court for the Correction of Errors, of the State of New
York, from 1799 to 1823, &c, 2 v. Svo; Albany, 1825.

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AMERICAN REPORTS.

147

of the late President Jeffersos, when it was purchased by Copgress in 1815.

189

Wendell's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Judica
ture, and in the Court for the Trial of Impeachments and
the Correction of Errors, of the State of New York, 1828
and 1829, 2 v. 8vo; Albany, 1829.
NEW JERSEY.

129

138

170

179

Coxe's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of New Jersey,
from April Term, 1790, to Nov. Term, 1795, 1st v. 8vo;
Burlington, 1816.
Hal^ted's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Judica
ture of the State of New Jersey, from 1821 to 1829,. 5 v.
8vo; Trenton, 1823-'29.
Pennington's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Ju
dicature of the State of New Jersey, from 1806 to 1808,
8vo; Newark, 1808.
Southard's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Judica
ture in the State of New Jersey, from 1818 to 1820, 2 v.
8vo; Trenton, 1819-'20.
PENNSYLVANIA.

106

Addison's Reports of Cases in the County Courts of the Fifth
Circuit, and in the High Court of Errors and Appeals,
8vo; Washington, 1800.
115 Binney's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvaaia, from 1799 to 1814, 6 v. 8vo; Phila. 1809-'15.
116 Browne's (Peter A.) Reports of Cases in the Court of Com
mon Pleas of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania,
8vo; Phila. 1811.
117
Reports of Cases in the District Court
for the City and County of Philadelphia, and the Courts
of Common Pleas of Pennsylvania, 8vo; Phila. 1813.
132 Dallas's Reports of Cases in the Courts of Pennsylvania, be
fore and since the Revolution, 8vo; Phila. 1790.
176 Rawle's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania, 1828 and 1829, 8vo; Phila. 1829.
178 Sergeant & Rawle's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court
of Pennsylvania, from 1814 to 1828, 17 v. 8vo; Philadel
phia, 1818-'29.
190 Wharton's Digest of Cases adjudged in the Circuit Court of
the United States for the Third Circuit, and in the Courts
of Pennsylvania, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1822.
193 Yeates' Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Pennsyl
vania; with some Select Cases at Nisi Prius, and. in the
Circuit Courts, from 1791 to 1795, 4v. 8vo; Philadelphia,
1817-'19.

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MARYLAND.

140

140

141

142

Harris & McHenry's Reports of Cases in the Provincial Court
and Court of Appeals of the then Province of Maryland,
from the year 1700 to the American Revolution, 8vo;
New \ork, 1809.
Harris & McHenry's Reports of Cases in the General Court
of Appeals of the State of Maryland, from 1780 to the
end of 1799; with an Appendix of Cases in the late Pro
vincial Court, 3 v. 8vo; New York, 1812-'13, and An
napolis, 1818.
Harris & Johnson's Reports of Cases in the late General Court
and Court of Appeals of the State of Maryland, from 1800
to 1826, 7v. 8vo; Annapolis, 1821-'27.
Harris & Gill's Reports of Cases in the Court of Appeals of
Maryland, in 1826 and 1827, 8vo; Annapolis, 1828.
VIRGINIA.

185

J. 120
135
137

145

151

161

162

175
J. 187

Brockenbrough & Holmes' Collection of Cases decided by the
General Court of Virginia, from 1789 to 1814, 8vo; Phi
ladelphia, 1815.
Call's Reports of Cases in the Court of Appeals of Virginia,
2v. 8vo; Richmond, 1801-'2.
Gilmer's Reports of Cases in the Court of Appeals of Virgi
nia, 1820-'21, 8vo; Richmond, 1821.
Hall's Digested Index to the Virginia Reports, from Wash
ington to 2d Randolph inclusive; with Tables of the Cases,
and Rules of Courts, 8vo; Richmond, 1825.
Hening & Munford's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court
of Appeals of Virginia; with Select Cases, relating chiefly
to Practice, decided by the Superior Court of Chancery
for the Richmond District, 4 v. 8vo; Phila. 1808, and
New York, 1810-'11.
Kamper vs. Mary Hawkins, on a Question adjourned from the
District Court of Dumfries, for Novelty and Difficulty,
touching the Constitutionality of an Act of Assembly;
decided by the General Court of Virginia, Nov. 16, 1793,
12mo; Philadelphia, 1794.
Munford's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Virgi
nia, from 1810 to 1820, 6 v. 8vo; New York, 1812-'17;
Fredericksburg, 1819; and Richmond, 1821.
Munford's General Index to the Virginia Law Authorities,
reported by Washington, Call, Hening and Munford, joint
ly, and Munford separately; with notes, 8vo; Richmond,
1819.
Randolph's Reports of Cases in the Court of Appeals of Vir
ginia, from 1821 to 1828, 6 v. 8vo; Richmond, 1823-'29.
Washington's Reports of Cases in the Court of Appeals of
Virginia, from 1792 to 1796, 2 v. 8vo; Richmond, 1798-'9.

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149

of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

188

Washington's Reports, 2d edition, corrected, 2 v. 8vo; Phi
ladelphia, 1823.
NORTH CAROLINA.

165

Cameron & Norwood's Cases ruled and determined by the
Court of Conference of North Carolina, from 1800 to
1804, 8vo; Raleigh, 1805.
121 Carolina Law Repository; containing Biographical Sketche*
of Eminent Judges, Opinions of American and Foreign
Jurists, and Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of
North Carolina, 2 v. 8vo; Raleigh, 1814-'16.
143 Hawks' Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, from 1820 to 1825, 3 v. 8vo; Raleigh, 1823-'4,
and Hillsborough, 1826.
163 Murphey's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of North
Carolina, from 1804 to 1819, 3 v. 8vo; Raleigh, 1821-'6.
181 Taylor's Cases in the Superior Courts of Law and Equity of
the State of North Carolina, 8vo; Newbern, 1802.
SOUTH CAROLINA.

111

Bay's Reports of Cases in the Superior Courts of Law in the
State of South Carolina, since the Revolution, 2 v. 8vo;
New York, 1809 and 1811.
112 Bee's Reports of Cases in the District Court of South Caro
lina; with an Appendix, containing Decisions in the Ad
miralty Court of Pennsylvania, by Francis Hopkinson,
8vo; Philadelphia, 1810.
155 McCord's Reports of Cases in the Constitutional Court, and
in the Court of Appeals of South Carolina, 3 v. 8vo; Co
lumbia, 1822-'26.
166 Nott & McCord's Reports of Cases in the Constitutional Court
of South Carolina, 2 v. 8vo; Columbia, 1820-'1.
126 Reports of Judicial Decisions in the Constitutional Court of
South Carolina, from 1812 to 1816; with two Cases deter
mined in the Court of Equity in 1822; 2 v. 8vo; Charles
ton, 1823.
180 Reports of Cases in the Constitutional Court of South Caro
lina, 1823 and 1824, Istv. 8vo; Columbia, 1824.
GEORGIA.

122

Charlton's Reports of Cases in the Superior Courts of the
Eastern District of the State of Georgia, 8vo; New York,
1824.
TENNESSEE.

127

Cooke's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Errors
and Appeals of Tennessee, and in the Federal Court for
the District of West Tennessee, 1st v. 8vo; Nashville,
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Haywood's Reports of Cases ruled and decided by the Su
preme Court of Errors and Appeals for the State of Ten
nessee, 1817 and 1818, 2 v. 12mo; Nashville, 1818.
182 ^Overton's Reports of Cases in the Superior Courts of Law
and Equity, Federal Court, and Supreme Courts of Errors
and Appeals for the State of Tennessee, 2 v. 8vo; Knoxville, 1813-'17.
169 Peck's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of Errors and
Appeals of the State of Tennessee, from 1822 to 1824,
8va; Knoxville, 1824. (present.)

144

KENTUCKY.

113

139
146

153

154

156

160

Bibb's Reports of Cases at Common Law and in Chancery,
in the Court of Appeals of Kentucky, from 1808 to 1817,
4 v. 8vo; Frankfort, 1815-'17.
Hardin's Reports of Cases in the Court of Appeals of Ken
tucky, from 1805 to 1808, 8vo; Frankfort, 1810.
Hughes' Report of the Causes determined by the late Supreme
Court for the District of Kentucky, and by the Court of
Appeals, in which the Titles to Land were in dispute,
from 1785 to 1801, 4to; Lexington, 1803.
Littell's Reports of Cases at Common Law and in Chancery,
decided by the Court of Appeals of the Commonwealth
of Kentucky, from 1822 to 1824, 5 v. 8vo; Frankfort,
1823-'4.
Cases selected from the Decisions of the Court of Ap
peals of Kentucky, not heretofore reported, 8vo; Frank
fort, 1824.
Marshall's (A. K.) Decisions of the Court of Appeals of Ken
tucky, from 1817 to 1820, 3 v. 8vo; Washington, Ky.,
1819-'23.
Monroe's Reports of Cases at Common Law and in Equity,
argued and decided in the Court of Appeals of the Com
monwealth of Kentucky, from 1824 to 1827, 4 v. 8vo;
Frankfort, 1825-'8.
OHIO.

167

Hammond's Cases decided in the Supreme Court of Ohio,
3 v. 8vo.
LOUISIANA.

156a Martin's (F. X.) Reports of Cases in the Superior Court of
the Territory of Orleans, p. 8vo; New Orleans, 1810.

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of the late President Jkffersox, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

CHAPTER XX

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EQUITY.

TREATISES AND REPORTS.
J. 77 Abridgment of Cases in Equity, 2 v. folio; London, 1756.
J. 31 Ambler's Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery,
from 1737 to 1783, 8vo; Dublin, 1790.
J. 32 Atkyn's Reports, from 1736 to 1754, 3 v. 8vo; London,
1781-'83.
33 Ball and Beatty's Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chan
cery in Ireland, 1807—1811, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1823.
J. 68 Ballow's Treatise of Equity, folio; London, 1737.
J. 17 Ballow's Treatise, &c, with Notes by J. Fonblanque, 2 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1807.
20 Barton's Historical Treatise of a Suit in Equity, 8vo; Dublin,
1796.
.15 Beame's General Orders of the High Court of Chancery, from
1600 tothe present period, 8vo; London, 1815.
61 Belt's Supplement to Vesey, Sen.'s Reports in Chancery,
8vo; London, 1825.
22 Blake's Chancery Practice of New York, 8vo; New York,
1818.
34 Bridgman's Digest of Cases in the Courts of Equity, 3 v. 8vo;
London, 1822.
38 Brown's Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery,
from 1778 to 1794; with Corrections and Additions, and
Decisions on the Points of Law to the present time, by R.
Belt, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1820.
39 Buck's Reports of Cases in Bankruptcy, 1st v. 8vo; London,
1820.
J. 74 Bunbury's Reports, from 1714 to 1739, folio; London, 1755.
J. 4 Cary's Reports in Chancery, 16s; London, 1650.
J. 76 Cases in Chancery, from 1660 to 1693, folio; London, 1735.
J. 75 Cases in Equity, from 1733 to 1736, folio; London, 1753.
40 Cooper's Cases in the High Court of Chancery, in 1815; with
Notes, and References to American Cases, by M. Hoff
man, 8vo; New York, 1824.
24 Cooper's Equity Pleading, 8vo; New York, 1813.

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41

43

63
J. 66
42
30
44
J. 45
J. 80
35

36
J. 73
J. 67
J. 78
46
J. 79
37
18
J.
25
J. 14
J. 6
47
27
48

Cox's Cases of Equity, from 1783 to 1796; with Notes, and
References to the subsequent Decisions and Americau
Cases, by Murray Hoffman, 2 v. 8vo; New York, 1824.
Desaussure's Reports of Cases in the Court of Chancery of
the State of South Carolina, from the Revolution to the
year 1816, 4 v. 8vo; Columbia, 1817-'19.
Digested Index to Vesey's Chancery Reports, 8vo; Phila.
1822.
Duke's Law of Charitable Uses, folio; London, 1676.
Eden's Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery, from
1757 to 1766, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1818.
Treatise on the Law of Injunctions; with Notes and
References to American Decisions, 8vo; Albany, 1822.
Equity Cases determined in the Court of Appeals of South
Carolina, by the State Reporter, 8vo; Columbia, 1825.
Finch's Precedents in Chancery, from 1689 to 1722, 8vo;
London, 1786.
Finch's Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery,
from 1673 to 1680, folio; London, 1725.
Flather's Digested Index to the Reports of Cases in the
Court of Chancery, in England and Ireland, from 1808 to
1822, &c, 8vo; London, 1823.
Digested Index to the Reports of Cases in Equity,
published since 1821, 8vo; London, 1824.
Forbes' Journal of the Session; containing Decisions from
Feb. 1705, till Nov. 1713, &c, folio; Edinburgh, 1714.
Francis's Maxims of Equity, folio; London, 1739.
Freeman's Reports of Cases in Law and Equity, from 1676
to 1706, folio; London, 1742.
'
Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery,
from 1660 to 1706, with Notes, &c, by J. E. Hovenden,
8vo; London, 1823.
Gilbert's Reports of Cases in the Courts of Chancery and Ex
chequer, from 1705 to 1725, folio; London, 1742.
Hammond's Digest of Reports in Equity, 8vo; New York,
1822 (2 copies.)
Harrison's Chancery Practice, enlarged by J. G. Williams and
W. Parker, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1807,
Herne's Law of Charitable Uses, 12mo; London, 1660. See
Clerk of rfssize, ch. 18, No. 25.
Heythuysen's Equity Draftsman, 8vo; New York, 1819.
Hinde's Practice in Chancery, 8vo; Dublin, 1786.
History of the Chancery, 12mo; London, 1726.
Hopkins' Reports of Cases in the Court of Chancery of New
York, from 1823 to 1826, 1st v. 8vo; New York, 1827.
Hovenden's Treatise on Frauds, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1825.
Jacob and Walker's Reports of Cases in the High Court of
Chancery, from 1819 to 1821,2 v. 8vo; N. York, 1822-'27.

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of the late President ,Ieiti:bsox, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

49
J.
2
J.
1
.1. 69
J. 70
J. 16
J. 71
J.

72
50
26
51

J.

9
52
21

J. 53

J.

19
5

J. 54

J. 12
J. 11
J. 55
28
29

J.

56
7

J.

8
57

Johnson's Reports of Cases in the Court of Chancery of New
York, from 1814 to 1823, 7 v. 8vo; Albany, 1816-'24.
Jus Appellandi, 16s; London, 1684.
Jus Sigilli, 16s; London, 1673.
Kaim's Principles of Equity, (1st edition,) folio; Edinburgh,
1760.
Principles of Equity, (2d ed.) folio; Edinburgh, 1767.
Principles of Equity, (3d ed.) 2 v. 8vo; Edinb. 1778.
Remarkable Decisions of the Court of Session, from
1730 to 1752, folio; Edinburgh, 1766.
Decisions of the Court of Session, from its first insti
tution to the present time, 2 v. folio; Edinburgh, 1741-'2.
McCord's Chancery Cases in (he Court of Appeals of South
Carolina, from 1825 to 1827, 2 v. 8vo; Phila. 1827-'29.
Maddock's Chancery Practice, 2 v. 8vo; Hartford, 1822.
Reports of Cases in the Court of the Vice Chan
cellor of England, from 1815 to 1821, 5 v. 8vo; London,
1817-'22.
Master of the Rolls Office, 8vo; London, 1727.
Merivale's Reports of Cases in Chancery, from 1815 to 1817,
3 v. 8vo; London, 1817-'19.
Moulton's Chancery Practice of New York, 1st v. 8vo; New
York, 1829.
Nelson's Reports of Cases in Chancery, from 1625 to 1692,
8vo; London, 1717.
Newland's Chancery Practice, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1819.
Orders of Chancery, from 1 Charles I. to Hilary Term 1697,
12mo; London, 1698.
Peere Williams' Reports, from 1695 to 1735; with addition
al References to later Cases, by S. C. Cox, 3 v. 8vo; Dub
lin, 1790.
Practical Register in Chancery, 8vo; London, 1714.
Praxis Almae Curiae Cancellariae, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1714.
Reports of Cases in Chancery, from 1625 to 1711, 3 v. 8vo;
London, 1715.
Roberts' Treatise on the Statutes of Frauds, 8vo; Hartford,
1823.
Treatise on Fraudulent Conveyances; with Referen
ces to American Decisions, 8vo; Hartford, 1825.
Rose's Cases in Bankruptcy, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1821.
Rules and Orders of the Court of King's Bench, to 1729; and
of the High Court of Chancery, to 1724, 8vo; London,
1724 and 1729.
Rules and Orders of the High Court of Chancery, from 1625
to 1743, 12mo; London, 1739 and 1744.
Schoales & Lefroy's Reports of Cases in the Court of Chance
ry, in Ireland, from 1802 to 1804, 2 v. 8vo; New York,
1808 and 1811.
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J. 81
58
J. 3
J. 10
13
J. 82
J. 59
60
62

64

23
J. 83
J. 65

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The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, wer<- in the Library

Select Cases in Chancery, from 1724 to 1733, folio; London,
1740.
Swanston's Chancery Reports, 1818 and 1819,3 v. 8vo; New
York, 1822--'26-'28.
Tothill's Transactions in Chancery, 12mo; London, 1649.
Treatise of Frauds, illustrated in adjudged Cases at Common
Law and in Equity, 8vo; London, 1710.
Treatise on the Pleadings in the Court of Chancery, 8vo;
London, 1780.
Vernon's Cases in the High Court of Chancery, from 1680 to
1719, 2 v. folio; London, 1726-'28.
Vesey, Sen.'s, Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chan
cery, from 1746 to 1755, 2 v. 8vo; Dublin, 1787.
Reports, &c, from 1746 to 1755; with Notes
and References, by Robert Belt, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1818.
Vesey, Jun.'s, Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chan
cery, from 1789 to 1812; with Notes and References to
American Cases, by E. D. Ingraham, 18 v. 8vo; Phila
delphia, 1821-'22.
Vesey & Beame's Chancery Reports, from 1812 to 1814^
with Notes and References to American Cases, by E. D.
Ingraham, 3 v. in 2, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1822.
Wellesley's View of the Court of Chancery, 8vo; London,
1830.
Wythe's Reports of Cases in the High Court of Chancery, in
Virginia, folio; Richmond, 1795.
Reports of Cases in Chancery, in Virginia, 8vo;
Richmond, 1796.

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LAW—ECCLESIASTICAL.

TREATISES AND REPORTS.
21
J. 5
J. 19
17

Addams' Reports of Cases in the Ecclesiastical Courts, from
1822 to 1825, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1823-'25.
Bohun's Law of Tithes, 8vo; London, 1744.
Burn's Ecclesiastical Law, 2 v. 4to; London, 1763.
Catholicism in Austria; or an Epitome of the Austrian Ec
clesiastical Law, &c, by Count Ferdinand dal Pozzo,
Svo; London, 1827.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J. 11 Clarke's Praxis in Curiis Ecclesiasticis, p. 4to; Land. 1684.
J. 2 Clergyman's Vade-Mecum, 2 v. 12mo; London, 1711.
J. 10 Conset's Practice of Ecclesiastical Courts, 8vo; London, 1708.
J. 3 Degge's Parson's Counsellor, 8vo; London, 1685.
J. 8 Examination of the Scheme of Church Power in the Codex,
J. 24
J. 18
J. 7
J.

4

J. 6
J. 12
J. 9
20

J.

1
16

J. 13
J. 14
J. 22
15
J. 23

8vo; London, 1735.
Gibson's Codex Juris Ecclesiastici Anglicani, 2 v. folio; Lon
don, 1713.
Godolphin's Orphan's Legacy, (4th ed.) 4to; London, 1701.
Hill's Examination of the Book called "The Rights of the
Christian Church Asserted," &c , 8vo; London, 1708.
Johnson's Collection of Ecclesiastical Laws, &c, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1720.
Jura Ecclesiastica, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1749.
Nelson's Lex Testamentaria, 8vo; London, 1728.
Parson's Answer to Sir Edward Coke, 8vo; London, 1606.
Phillimore's Reports of Cases in the Ecclesiastical Courts at
Doctors' Commons, and in the High Court of Delegates,
from 1809 to 1821, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1818, '22, and '27.
Pleadings for the Marquis de Gesvres, 2d v. 12mo; London,
1725.
Roberts' Treatise on the Law of Wills and Codicils; with a
Digest of American Decisions, 2 v. 8vo; Exeter, 1823.
Swinburne on Espousals, p. 4to; London, 1711.
on Wills, (2d edition, and last published by the
author,) p. 4to; London, 1611.
on Wills, (5th edition,) folio; London, 1728.
on Wills, (7th edition,) with Powell's Annota
tions, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1803.
Watson's Clergyman's Law, folio; London, 1747.

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LAW-MERCHANT, AND MARITIME.

TREATISES AND REPORTS.
13

37

Abbott's Treatise on the Law relative to Merchant Ships and
Seamen, with the Annotations of Judge Story, 8vo;
Exeter, 1822.
Acton's Reports of Cases in the Court of Appeals in Prize
Causes, from 1809 to 1811, 8vo; London, 1811.

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Note.... The Works to which the 1etter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

Azuni's Maritime Law of Europe, by Wm. Johnson, 2 v.
8vo; New York, 1806.
.). 28 Barton's Dissertation on the Freedom of Navigation and
Maritime Commerce, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1802.
.1. 45 Beawes' Lex Mercatoria, folio; London, 1761.
14 Benecke's Treatise on Marine Insurance, Bottomry, and
Respondentia, 8vo; London, 1824.
J. 22 Boucher, P. B. : Institution au Droit Maritime, 4to; Paris,
1803.
Institutions Commerciales, 4to; Paris, 1801.
.1. 19
9 Brice's Selection of all the Laws of the United States, relative
to Commercial subjects, 8vo; Baltimore, 1814. (2 copies.)
J. 27 Browne's Compendious View of the Civil and Admiralty
Law, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1802.
.1. 4 Champagne, J. F: La Mer Libre, et la Mer Fermee, analyse de
Grotius et de Selden, 8vo; Paris, 1803.
I8 Chitty's Treatise on the Laws of Commerce and Manufac
tures, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1824.
J. 23 Cleirac: Us etCoustumes de la Mer, 4to; Bourdeaux, 1661.
J. 2 Clerke's Practice of the Courts of Admiralty of England,
12mo; London, 1722.
Praxis Curiae Admiralitatis Angliae, 16s; Lond. 1579.
J. 1
J. 3 Cooper's Opinion on the Effect of a Sentence of a Foreign
Court of Admiralty, 8vo; Phila. 1810.
J. 11 Cunningham's Law of Bills of Exchange, &c, 8vo; London,
1766.
Merchant's Lawyer, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1762.
J. 10
38 Dodson's Reports of Cases in the High Court of Admiralty,
from 1811 to 1815, 8vo; London, 1815.
39 Edwards' Reports of Cases in the High Court of Admiralty,
from 1808 to 1812, 8vo; New York, 1815.
20 Emerigon, B. M. : Essay on Maritime Loans, trans. from the
French, with Notes, &c, by J. E. Hall, 8vo; Balt. 1811.
21
Traite des Assurances et des Contrats a la
Grosse, 2 v. 4to; Marseille, 1783.
16 Fell's Treatise on the Law of Mercantile Guarantees; with
Notes and References to American Decisions, by C.
Walker, 8vo; New York, 1825.
J.
7 Forster's Digest of the Laws of Trade, 8vo; London, 1727.
J. 8 General Treatise of Naval Trade and Commerce, 2 v. 8vo;
London, 1753.
J. 24 General Treatise of the Dominion of the Sea, and a Complete
Body of the Sea Laws, Ancient and Modern, 4to; Lond.
1705.
J.
6 Jacobs' (Giles) Lex Mercatoria, 8vo; London, 1729.
33 Jacobsen's Laws of the Sea, with reference to Maritime Com
merce, during Peace and War, trans. by W. Frick, 8vo;
Baltimore, 1818.

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35
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40

J. 46
J. 29
J. 41
42

15
43
J. 30

J. 31

Lawes' Practical Treatise on Charter Parties, &c, 8vo; Lond.
1813.
Malynes' Lex Mercatoria, 2 v. folio; London, 1686.
Marius's Advice concerning Bills of Exchange, 8vo; Phila.
1790.
Marten's Essay on Privateers, Captures, and particularly on
Recaptures, tr. from the French, with Notes, by T. H.
Horne, 8vo; London, 1801.
Maxwell's Spirit of the Marine Law, or Compendium of the
Statutes relating to the Admiralty, 2 v. 8vo: Lond. 1808.
Molloy, Charles: De Jure Maritimo, 8vo; Lond. 1722.
Pardessus, J M. : Cours de Droit Commercial, 5 v. 8vo; Paris,
1821-'2.
Peters' Admiralty Decisions for the District Court of the
Pennsylvania District, &c, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1807.
(2 copies.)
Postlethwayt's Universal Dictionary of Trade and Commerce,
2 v. folio; London, 1766.
Proceedings of the United States in relation to their Neutral
Trade, from 1793 to 1806, 8vo; Washington, 1806.
Robinson's Reports of Cases in the High Court of Admiralty,
from 1798 to 1800, 8vo; Phila. 1800.
Reports of Cases in the High Court of Admiralty,
from 1798 to 1808, 6 v. 8vo; Phila. 1800—1808, and
New York, 1810.
Stevens on Average and Arbitration, 8vo; London, 1822.
Stewart's Reports of Cases in the Court of Vice Admiralty
at Halifax, from 1803 to 1813, 8vo; London, 1814.
Tracts. —Examination of the British Doctrine, which sub
jects to Capture a Neutral Trade, not open in time of
Peace, by James Madison, 8vo. —War in Disguise, or the
Frauds of the Neutral Flags, 8vo; London, 1805. —
Answer to War in Disguise, by Gouverneur Morris, 8vo;
New York, 1806.
Tracts. —Jenkinson on the Conduct of Great Britain to Neu
tral Nations, (2d edition,) 8vo; London, 1759. —Schlegel's
Neutral Rights, 8vo; Phila. 1801.—Croke's Remarks on
Schlegel, 8vo; London, 1801. —Translation of Chapters
273 and 287 of the Consolato del Mare, relating to Prize
Law, 8vo; London, 1800. —Memoire Justificatif de la
Conduite de la Grande Bretagne, en arretant les Navires
etrangers et les Munitions de Guerre, destinees aux Insurgens de l'Amerique, 8vo; Londres, 1778. —Observa
tions on the Justificative Memorial of the Court of Lon
don, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1781.—The Rights of Neutrals.
by Noah Webster, 8vo.

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32

Tracts. —Schomberg's Treatise on the Maritime Laws of
Rhodes, 8vo; Oxford, 1786. —Dissertation qui a remporte
le Prix de l'Acad&nie Royale des Inscriptions et BellesLettres, a Pstques, 1784, par M. de Pastoret, sur cette
question: Quelle a ete l'Influence des Loix Maritimes
des Rhodiens sur la Marine des Grecs et des Romains, et
l'Influence de la Marine sur la Puissance de ces deux
Peuples? 8vo; Paris, 1784.
29a Ward's Treatise of the Relative Rights and Duties of Bel
ligerent and Neutral Powers, in Maritime Affairs, 8vo;
London, 1801.
36 Wheaton's Digest of the Laws of Maritime Captures and
Prizes, 8vo; New York, 1815.

CHAPTER XXTII

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Section I. CIVIL LAW, CODES, &c
J. 40
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12
61
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83
84
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J. 16
J. 81
J. 38
J. 36
J. 45

Argou: Institution au Droit Francois, 2 v. 12mo; Paris, 1787.
Arrets de 1784— 1788, 4to; Paris, 1784-'8.
Bachii Historia Jurisprudentiae Romanae, 8vo; Lipsiae, 1807.
Bouchaud, C: Commentaire sur la Loi des Douze Tables, 2
v. 4to; Paris, 1803.
Brencmanni Historia Pandectarum, seu Fatum Exemp. Florentini, 4to; Traj. ad Rhenum, 1722.
Brissonii de Formulis et Solennibus Populi Romani Verbis Libri VIII., folio; Lipsiae, 1754.
Brissonii de Verborum qua ad Jus Civile, pertinent, Significatione, cura J. G. Heineccius, folio; Halae Magd. 1743.
Brissonius et Hotmanus de Veteri Ritu Nuptiarum, 16s; Lug.
Bat. 1641.
Brunquelli Historia Juris Romano-Germanici, 8vo; Amst.
1738.
Bynkershoek, C. : Opera, 6 v. p. 4to; Lug Bat. 1752.
Calvinus, alias Kahl: Lexicon Juridicum, folio; 1669.
Camus: Lettres sur laProfession d'Avocat, 12mo; Paris, 1777.
Code Civil des Francais, 12mo; Paris, 1804.
de Commerce, 8vo; Paris, 1807.

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J.
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29
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47

J. 20

Code de Commerce, 16s; Paris, 1807.
d'Instruction Criminelle, 16s; Paris, 1809.
de Procedure Civile, 16s; Paris, 1808.
Napoleon, 16s; Paris, 1807.
Napoleon, (translated into English, from the official edi
tion of 1804,) 8vo; London, 1825.
Penal, et d'Instruction Criminelle, 8vo; Paris, 1810.
of GeniooLaws, tr. into English, by N. B. llaihed, 8vo;
London, 1777.
Codex Theodosianus,
Justinianus, p. 4to;
cum Paris,
Perpetuis
1532. Commentariis Jacobi

87

88

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J.

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60

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85

25
19

J.

22
21
30
43

J.

78

Gothofredi, quibus adjecit suas J. D. Ritteri, 7 v. folio;
Lipsiae, 1736-'45.
Cujacii Opera Onmia, 10 v. folio; et Index, per D. L. De
Turris, 1 v. folio; Neapoli, 1758.
Domat's Civil Law, tr. by Wm. Strahan, 2 v. fol. ; Lond. 1722.
Fre.ierician Code, 2 v. 8vo; Edinburgh, 1761.
Gebaueri et Spangenbergi, Corpus Juris Civilis, 2 v. 4to; Gottingae, 1797.
Gothofredi Corpus
Corpus Juris
Juris Civilis,
Civilis, 2 v.
v. folio;
8vo; Antverpiae,
excud. G. Laema1726.
rius, 1598.
Fontes Quatuor Juris Civilis, p. 4to; Geneva, 1653.
Gravina: Esprit des Loix Romaines, traduit parRequier, 3 v.
12mo; Amst. 1756.
Gravinae Origines Juris Civilis, 4to; Neapoli, 1722.
Jurisprudentia Romana et Attica, contenens Varies Commentatores et Opuscula Omnia Francisci Balduini, &c, 3 v.
folio; Lug. Bat 1738-'41.
Jurisprudentia Vetus Ante-Justinianea, ex recensione et cum
Notis Ant. Schultingii, 4to; Lipsiae, 1737.
Jus Civile Ante-Justinianeum, Cod. et Optim. ed. ope a Societate Jurisconsultorum Curatum; Praefatus est ed Ind.
editionum adjecit Gustav. Hugo, 2 v. 8vo; Berolini, 1815.
Justinian's Institutes, Lat. Eng., by G. Harris, 4to; London,
1761.
Lat. Eng. , with Notes, by Judge Coop
er, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1812.
Las Siete Partidas del Rey Don Alfonso el Sabio, 3 v. 4to;
Madrid, 1807.
Lepage, P. : Lois des Bitimens, ou le Nouveau Desgodets,
2 v. 8vo; Paris, 1811.
Leunclavii Juris Graeco-Romani tarn Canonici quam Civilis,
tomi duo, Gr. et Lat., editi cura1 M. Freheri, folio; Francofurti, 1596.
Livingston's Codes for Louisiana. See p. 169.
Loix Puisees chez les Grecs, developpees par les Romaihs,
12mo; Paris, 1765.

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J. 77

Mannelli: Costituzioni Sardesche, o Carta de Logu, Sarda ed
Italiana, folio; Roma, 1805.
79 Noodt, G.: Opera Omnia, folio; Lug. Bat. 173.5.
J. 80
Opera Omnia, folio; Lug. Bat. 1767.
J. 37 Nouveau Commentaire sur l'Ordonnance de la Marine de 1681,
2 v. 12mo; Marseille, 1780.
66 Novisima Recopilacion de las Leyes de España, 6 v. in 4;
Madrid, 1805-'7.
J. 42 Ordonnances et Reglemens concernant la Marine, 8 vo; Paris,
1786.
63 Pailliet, J. B. J.: Manuel de Droit Francais, 4to; Paris, 1819.
11 Panziroli (Guidi) de Claris Legumlnterpretibus, 4to; Lipsiae,
1721.
J. 41 Projet de Code Civil, presenté par la Commission nommee
par le Gouvernement le 24 Thermidor, an 8, 12mo; Paris,
1801.
89 Promptuarium Universorum Operum J. Cujacii, cura D. Albanensis, 2 v. folio; Neapoli, 1763.
67 Recopilacion de Leyes de los Reynos de las Indias, 4 v. folio;
Madrid, 1774.
J. 39 Recueil des Reglemens des Colonies Franchises de l'Amerique,
avec le Code Noir, 12mo; Paris, 1745.
.r. 18 Schomberg's History of the Roman Law, 8vo; Oxford, 1785.
9 Schultingii Disputationes Juridicae, p.4to; Francq. 1708-'13.
Enarratio Partis Primae Digestorum seu Pandecta7
rum, 12mo; Lug. Bat. 1720.
Notae ad Digesta seu Pandectas; edidit atque anim.
Nicolaus Smallenburg, 2 v. 8vo; Lug. Bat. 1809.
Theses Controversy, 12mo; Lug. Bat. 1738.
9
64 Sirey, J. B.: Recueil General des Lois et des Arrets, en Matiere Civile, Criminelle, Commerciale, et de Droit Public,
22 v. 4to; Paris.
.1. 76 Spotiswoode's Practicks of the Laws of Scotland, folio; Ed
inburgh, 1706.
J. 23 Theophili Antecessoris Institutiones, Gr. Lat., Fabroti, 4to;
Parisiis, 1638.
86 Thesaurus Juris Romani, cum Prefatione E. Ottonis, 5 v.
folio; Lugd.Bat. 1725-'35.
.1. 24 Ulpiani Fragmenta, notis Cannegieter, 4to; Lug. Bat. 1774.
J. 27 Vinnii in Quatuor Libros Institutionum Imperialium Commentarius, 4to; Lug. Bat. 1709.
in Quatuor Libros Inst. Imp. Com. Jo. Gott. Heinec28
cius, 4to; Lug. Bat. 1726.
Partitiones Juris Civilis, p. 4to; Rotterdami, 1663.
J. 15
Elementa Jurisprudentiae,
Juris Civilis, 16s;
16s; Lond.
Amst.1682.
1652.
J. 1 Zouchei Questiones

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Section II.—BRITISH STATUTES.
J. 55

J.

J.
J.

J.
J.

J.
J.

J.

J.

J.
J.

Abridgment of Laws in Force and Use in Her Majesty's
Plantations, viz: Virginia, Jamaica, Barbadoes, Maryland,
New England, New York, Carolina, &c, 8vo; London,
1704.
75c Act for repealing the duties on Tobacco and Snuff, and for
granting new Duties in lieu thereof, folio; London, 1789.
—Act for regulating the Importation and Exportation of
Corn, folio; London, 1791.
49 Act for Repealing the Stamp Duties on Deeds, Law Proceed
ings, &c, and for granting other Duties in lieu thereof, pass
ed July 11th, 1815, 8vo; Edinburgh, 1815. (present.)
74 Acts of Assembly, passed in the Island of Barbadoes, from
1648 to 1718, folio; London, 1721.
74 Acts of Assembly, made and enacted in the Bermuda or
Summer Islands, from 1690 to 1714, folio; London, 1719.
31 Auber's Analysis of the Constitution of the East India Com
pany, and of the Laws passed by Parliament for the Go
vernment of their Affairs, at home and abroad, 8vo; Lon
don, 1826.
72 Collection of all the Statutes now in use in the Kingdom of
Ireland, with Notes, &c, folio; Dublin, 1678.
51 Collection of the several Statutes, and parts of Statutes, now
in force, relating to High Treason, and Misprision of
Treason, 16s; London, 1709.
48 Disney's Collection of Acts of Parliament, to the 57th George
III. , relative to County and Borough Elections, &c, 8vo;
London, 1818.
59 Index to the Statutes at Large, from Magna Charta to 49 Geo.
III. inclusive, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1814.
'69 Lambard: Archaionomia, Sax. Lat., folio; Cantabrigiae, 1644.
56 Laws of Jamaica, passed by the Assembly, and confirmed by
His Majesty in Council, Feb. 23, 1683, 12mo; London,
1683.
70 Manby's Collection of the Statutes made in the Reigns of
Charles I. and Charles II., with Notes, &c, folio; Lon
don, 1667.
73 Murray's Collection of the Laws and Acts of Parliament,
from James I. to Charles II., folio; Edinburgh, 1681.
57 Pickering's Statutes at Large, from Magna Charta to 45 Geo.
III., 43 v. 8vo; Cambridge, 1762—1805.
57
Index to the Statutes, from Magna Charta to 32
Geo. III., 2 v. 8vo; Cambridge, 1769, and London, 1794.
71 Rastall's Collection of the Statutes, from Magna Charta to the
4th and 5th of Philip and Mary, folio; London, 1559.
54 Statute Law of Scotland abridged, with Historical Notes,
8vo; Edinburgh, 1757.
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58

75

50
J. 53

J. 68
J. 52

Statutes at Large, of England, and of Great Britain, from
Magna Charta to 5 George IV., 1824; with Notes, &c,
by J. Raithby, 41 v. 8vo; London, 1811-'24.
Statutes of the United Kingdom of England and Ireland,
from 47 Geo. III., 1807, to 3 Geo. IV., 1822, 16 v. 8vo;
London, 1807-22.
Tyrwhitt & Tyndale's Supplement to a Digest of the Public
General Statutes, containing the Acts passed in the 3d,
4th, 5th, and 6th years of the Reign of George IV., 4to;
London, 1826.
Warrand's edition of the New Insolvent Act, 7 George IV.,
with a copious Index, 12mo; London, 1827.
Washington's (Joseph) Abridgment of all the Statutes of King
William and Queen Mary, and of King William III. and
Queen Anne, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1708.
Wilkins: Leges Anglo-Saxonicae Ecclesiasticae et Civiles* &c,
Sax. Lat., folio; Londini, 1721.
Wingate's Abridgment of all the Statutes in force and use
from the beginning of Magna Charta, 8vo; Lond. 1704.

Section III.—LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, AND OF
THE SEVERAL STATES, &c
UNITED STATES.

90
J. 191
94

93
91
91
91
92

Acts of Congress, from 1789 to 1829, 19 v. 8vo; Philadelphia
and Washington, 1796— 1829.
Acts of Congress, passed in the year 1789, folio; Phi la. 1789.
Gordon's Digest of the Laws of the United States, with an
Abstract of the Judicial Decisions relating to the Constitu
tional and Statutory Law, &c, 8vo; Phila. 1827.
Ingersoll's Digest of the Laws of the United States, from 1789
to 1820, 8vo; Phila. 1821.
Laws of the United States, from 1789 to 1815, 5 v. 8vo; Phila.
1815.
The same, from 1815 to 1821, 6th vol. 8vo; Wash. 1822.
The same, from 1821 to 1827, 7th vol. 8vo; Wash. 1827.
Public and General Statutes, from 1789 to 1827, inclusive,
whether expired, repealed, or in force; published under
the inspection of Judge Story, 3 v. 8vo; Boston, 1827.
STATE OF MAINE.

95

96

Laws of the State of Maine, published according to a resolve
of the State, passed March 8, 1821, 2 v. 8vo; Brunswick,
1821.
Laws of the State of Maine, from 1822 to 1828 , 8vo; Hallowell,
1828.

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STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE.

97
98

Laws of New Hampshire, published by authority, 2 v. 8vo;
Exeter, 1815.
Laws of New Hampshire, passed in the years 1825, 1826,
1827, and 1828, 8vo; Concord, 1825-'2S.
STATE OP VERMONT.

100

Laws of the State of Vermont, digested and compiled, com
ing down to and including the year 1807, 2 v. 8vo; Ran
dolph, 1808.
101 Laws of the State of Vermont, passed in the years 1825, 1826,
1827, and 1828, 8vo; Bennington and Woodstock, 1825
—1828.
99 Slade's Compilation of the Laws of Vermont, coming down
to and including the year 1824, 8vo; Windsor, 1825.
STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS.

J. 177

Acts and Laws of his Majesties Province of the Massachu
setts-Bay, in New England, p. folio; Boston, 1699.
J. 192 Acts and Laws of his Majesty's Province of the MassachusettsBay, in New England, folio; Boston, 1726.
102 Charters and General Laws of the Colony and Province of
Massachusetts-Bay, 8vo; Boston, 1814.
104 General Laws of Massachusetts, from the adoption of the Con
stitution to February, 1822, 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1823.
103 Laws of Massachusetts, from Nov. 28, 1780, to June 18, 1817,
5 v. 8vo; Boston, 1807-'17.
105 Laws of Massachusetts, passed in 1824 and 1825, 8vo; Bos
ton, J824-'5.
106 Laws of Massachusetts, passed in 1826, 1827, and 1828, 8vo;
Boston, 1826-'28.
STATE OF RHODE ISLAND.

J. 178

107

Acts and Laws of his Majesties Colony of Rhode Island and
Providence Plantations, in America; p. folio; Boston,
1719.
Public Laws of the State of Rhode Island, revised by a Com
mittee of the General Assembly, in January, 1822, 8vo;
Providence, 1822. (3 copies.)
STATE OF CONNECTICUT.

J. 179
108

Acts and Laws of his Majesties Colony of Connecticut, in New
England, p. folio; New London, 1715.
Statute Laws of the State of Connecticut, published by au
thority of the General Assembly, 2 v. 8vo; Hartford,
1808.

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109

Statute Laws of the State of Connecticut, as revised and en
acted by the General Assembly, in May, 1821, 8vo; Hart
ford, 1821.
STATE OF NEW YORK.

Acts of Assembly, passed in the Province of New York, from
1691 to 1718, folio; London, 1719.
J. 110 Laws of the State of New York, published by authority, 2 v.
8vo; Albany, 1802.
111 Laws of the State of New York, revised and passed at the
36th session of the Legislature, 2 v. 8vo; Albany, 1813.
112 Laws of the State of New York, passed in the year 1826, 8vo:
Albany, 1826.
113 Laws of the State of New York, passed in the year 1827, 2 v.
8vo; Albany, 1827.
114 Laws of the State of New York, passed in the year 1828, 8vo;
Albany, 1828.
115 Revised Statutes of the State of New York, passed during the
years 1827 and 1828, 2 v. 8vo; Albany, 1829. (present.)

J. 74

STATE OP NEW JERSEY.

117

118
116

Acts passed by the General Assembly of New Jersey, in the
years 1821, '22, '23, and '24, 8vo; Trenton, 1822-'3;
Princeton, 1824.
Acts passed by the General Assembly of New Jersey, in the
years 1825, '26, and '27, 8vo; Trenton, 1825-'7.
Laws of the State of New Jersey, revised and published un
der the authority of the Legislature, 8vo; Trenton, 1821.
(3 copies.)
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA.

J. 1 93
120

121
122
123
124
125

Acts passed by the General Assembly of the Province of Pennsylvania, 1768-'9, folio; Philadelphia, 1769.
Acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, passed from
the year 1812 to the year 1820, inclusive, 2 v. 8vo;
Philadelphia, 1813-'20.
Acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, passed in
1821-'22, 8vo; Harrisburgh, 1822.
Acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, passed in
1823-'25, 8vo; Harrisburgh, 1824-'25.
Acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, passed in
1825-'26, 8vo; Harrisburgh, 1826.
Acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, passed in
1827-'28, 8vo; Harrisburgh, 1828.
Acts of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania, passed in
1829-'30, 8vo; Harrisburgh, 1830.

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J. 180
119

126
127

Collection of all the Laws of the Province of Pennsylvania
now in force, p. folio; Philadelphia, 1742.
Laws of Pennsylvania, from the 14th of October to the 2d
of April, 1822; republished under the authority of the
Legislature, 7 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1810-'22.
Purdon's Digest of the Laws of Pennsylvania, from the year
1700 to the 30th of March, 1824, 8vo; Phila. 1824.
Troubat & Haly's Digest of the Acts of Assembly of Penn
sylvania, passed in the sessions of 1824-'25 to 1828-'29,
inclusive, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1829.
STATE OF DELAWARE.

128

129
130
131
132


Laws of the State of Delaware, from the 14th of October,
1700, to the 13th of January, 1820, 5 v. 8vo; Newcastle
and Dover, 1797— 1820.
Laws of the State of Delaware, from 1822 to 1825, 8vo;
Dover, 1822-'25.
Laws of the State of Delaware, passed in the years 1826 and
1827, 8vo; Dover, 1826-'27.
Laws of the State of Delaware, passed in the year 1829, 8vo;
Dover, 1829.
Laws of the State of Delaware, to the year 1829, inclusive;
revised edition, 8vo; Wilmington, 1829. (2 eopies—pres.)
STATE OF MARYLAND.

J. 181
133

134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142

Laws of Maryland, from 1692 to 1799, revised and collected
by William Kilty, 2 v. 4to; Annapolis, 1799—1800.
Laws of Maryland, from the end of the year 1799 to Februa
ry, 1819, with a full Index, &c, 5 v. 8vo; Annapolis. (2
copies.)
Laws of Maryland, passed in 1819, 8vo; Annapolis, 1820.
Laws of Maryland, from December, 1818, to February, 1823,
8vo; Annapolis, 1819-'23.
Laws of Maryland, from December, 1823, to February, 1825,
8vo; Annapolis, 1824-'5.
Laws of Maryland, from December, 1824, to March, 1826,
8vo; Annapolis, 1824-'6.
Laws of Maryland, from December, 1825, to March, 1826,
8vo; Annapolis, 1825-'6>
Laws of Maryland, from December, 1826, to March, 1827,
8vo; Annapolis, 1827.
Laws of Maryland, from December, 1826, to March, 1828,
8vo; Annapolis, 1827-'8.
Laws of Maryland, from December, 1827, to March, 1828,
8vo; Annapolis, 1828.
Laws of Maryland, from December, 1828, to March, 1830,
8vo; Annapolis, 1829-'30.

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DISTRICT OP COLUMBIA.

143

Burch's Digest of the Laws of the Corporation of the City of
Washington, to the 1st of June, 1823; with an Appendix,
containing the Acts of Cession from Maryland and Vir
ginia, the Laws of the United States relating to the Dis
trict of Columbia, &c , 8vo; Washington, 1823.
STATE OP VIRGINIA.

J. 213
J. 147
J. 146
J. 209
J. 210
J. 208

J. 214

J. 151

144

J. 199
J. 200
J. 201
J. 183
J. 202
J. 203
J. 182
J. 204

Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, from 1661 to 1768,
folio; Williamsburgh, 1769.
Beverley's Abridgment of the Public Laws of Virginia, in
force and use, June 10, 1720, 12mo; London, 1728.
Charter, Transfer, and Statutes, of the College of William and
Mary, in Virginia, Lat. Eng., 8vo: Williamsburgh, 1758.
Code reported by the Committee of Revisors, appointed by
the General Assembly in 1776, folio; Richmond, 1784.
Code reported by the Committee of Revisors, appointed by
the General Assembly in 1790, folio; Richmond, 1792.
Collection of Acts and Ordinances passed since the year 1768;
published under the Inspection of the Judges of the High.
Court of Chancery, folio; Richmond, 1785.
Collection of all such Acts of the General Assembly of Vir
ginia as are now in force; published pursuant to an act of
the General Assembly, passed December 28, 1792, folio;
Richmond, 1794.
Collection of all such Acts of the General Assembly of Vir
ginia, of a public and permanent nature, as are now in
force, 3 v. 8vo; Richmond, 1803, 1808, and 1812.
Hening's Statutes at Large; being a Collection of all the Laws
of Virginia, from the first session of the Legislature, in the
year 1619, to the end of the year 1792, 13 v. 8vo; Rich
mond, New York, and Philadelphia, 1819-'23. (pres.)
Laws of Virginia, 162 3-'4, folio; MS.
Laws of Virginia, from January 6, 1639, to April 1, 1642,
folio; MS.
Laws of Virginia, from March 2, 1643, to March 23, 1662,
folio; MS.
Laws of Virginia, 1660-'1; MS.
Laws of Virginia, from March 23, 1662, to August 15, 1702,
folio; MS.
Laws of Virginia, from December 23, 1662, to Oct. 21, 1697,
folio; MS.
Laws of Virginia, from April 16, 1684, to April 1, 1692, p.
folio; MS. Appendix to Pervis, No. 182.
Laws of Virginia, from Oct. 25, 1705, to April 2, 17—, fo
lio; MS.

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of the late President Jeffebson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J. 205
J. 206
J. 207
J. 212
J. 211
196

J. 148
J. 149

197
J. 182

J. 150
195
215
145

152

198

Laws of Virginia, from Oct. 25, 1705, to Nov. 7, 1711, folio;
MS.
Laws of Virginia, from 1661 to 1742, folio; Williamsburgh.
Laws of Virginia, from 1662 to 1?94; various revisals, 7 v.
folio; London, Williamsburgh, and Richmond.
Laws of Virginia, from 1661 to 1748, folio; Williamsburgh,
1752.
Laws of Virginia, from 1666 to 1727, folio.
Letters, Proclamations, Patents, in 1622 and 1623:—Corres
pondence, 1625:—Transactions in Council and Assembly;
their petition, and his Majesty's Answer, folio; MS.
Mercer's Abridgment of all the Public Acts of Assembly of
Virginia, in force and use, 8vo; Williamsburgh, 1737.
Mercer's Abridgment of all the Public Acts of Assembly of
Virginia, in force and use, January 1st, 1758; with MS.
Notes, 2 v. 8vo; Glasgow, 1759.
Orders, from February, 1622, to Nov. 1627, folio; MS.
Pervis's Collection of all the Laws of Virginia, from 1662 to
1682, carefully copied from the Assembly Records, p. fo
lio; London.
Randolph's Abridgment of the Public Permanent Laws of
Virginia, 4to; Richmond, 1796.
Records of Inquisitions, from 1665 to 1676, p. folio; MS.
Records of the Virginia Company, from the 28th of April,
1619, to the 19th of June, 1624, 2 v. folio; MS.
Revised Code of the Laws of Virginia; being a Collection of
all such Acts of the General Assembly, of a public and
permanent nature, as are now in force; with a General In
dex, 2 v. 8vo; Richmond, 1819.
Tate's Digest of the Laws of Virginia, which are of a perma
nent character and general operation, illustrated by Judi
cial Decisions, 8vo; Richmond, 1823.
Transactions of the Council, from Dec 9, 1698, to May 20,
1700, folio; MS.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.

J. 184

Acts of the General Assembly of North Carolina, from 1715
to 1803, revised by F. X. Martin, 2 v. in 1, 4to; Newbern, 1804.
J. 194 Laws of the State of North Carolina, published according to
act of Assembly, by James Iredell, folio; Edenton, 1791.
163 Laws of the State of North Carolina, revised, under the au
thority of the General Assembly, by H. Potter, J. L. Tay
lor, and B. Yancey, 2 v. 8vo; Raleigh, 1821.
154 Revisal of the Laws of the State of North Carolina, passed
from 1821 to 1825, both years inclusive, by J. L. Tay
lor, 8vo; Raleigh, 1827.

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.

155

Brevard's Alphabetical Digest of the Public Statute Law of
South Carolina, 3 v. 8vo; Charleston, 1814.
STATE OF GEORGIA.

157
185

186
187
156

Acts of the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, passed
in the years 1820 and 1821, 8vo; Milledgeville, 1820-'21.
Clayton's Compilation of the Laws of the State of Georgia,
from November, 1800, to December, 1810, 4to; Augusta,
1812.
Lamar's Compilation of the Laws of Georgia, passed since
1810, to the year 1819, inclusive, 4to; Augusta, 1821.
Marbury and Crawford's Digest of the Laws of Georgia,
from 1755 to 1800, inclusive, 4to; Savannah, 1802.
Prince's Digest of the Laws of the State of Georgia, passed
previous to the Session of the General Assembly of De
cember, 1820, 8vo; Milledgeville, 1822.
STATE OF KENTUCKY.

160

159

158

Acts passed by the General Assembly of Kentucky, from
December, 1817, to January, 1829, 12 v. 8vo; Frankfort,
1818-'29.
Digest of the Statute Law of Kentucky, from the commence
ment of the Government to the year 1822; also, the En
glish and Virginia Statutes yet in force, &c, by Wm.
Littell and Jacob Swigert, 2 v. 8vo; Frankfort, 1822.
Statute Law of Kentucky, with Notes, Praelections, and Ob
servations on the Public Acts, &c, by Wm. Littell, 5 v.
8vo; Frankfort, 180 9-' 19.
STATE OF TENNESSEE.

162

161

Acts passed by the General Assembly of the State of Tennes
see, in the years 1824 and 1825, 8vo; Murfreesborough
and Knoxville, 1824-'5.
Laws of the State of Tennessee, including those of North
Carolina now in force in this State, from the year 1715 to
the year 1820, inclusive, 2 v. (vol. 1 in 2 parts,) 8vo;
Knoxville, 1821.
STATE OF OHIO.

163

Acts of a general nature, enacted, revised, and ordered to be
reprinted, at the 1st session of the 18th General Assembly
of the State of Ohio, begun and held in the town of Co
lumbus, Dec. 6, 1819, 8vo; Columbus, 1820f (2 copies.)

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

164

Acts of a general nature, enacted, &c. , at the 1st session o
the 22d General Assembly of the State of Ohio, begun
and held in the town of Columbus, Dec 1, 1823, 8vo;
Columbus, 1824. (2 copies.)
STATE OP INDIANA.

165

Laws of the State, of Indiana, passed in 1816, 1817, 1818,
and 1819, 8vo; Corydon, 18 17-' 19.
STATE OF ILLINOIS.

166
167

Laws passed by the General Assembly of Illinois, from Nov.
15th, 1824, to Jan. 18th, 1825, 8vo; Vandalia, 1825.
Revised Code of Laws of Illinois, enacted by the 5th General
Assembly, at their session held at Vandalia, commencing
on the 4th of December, 1826, and ending the 19th of
February, 1827, 8vo; Vandalia, 1827.
STATE OF MISSOURI.

168

Laws of the State of Missouri, revised and digested by au
thority of the General Assembly, 2 v. 8vo; St. Louis,
1825. (present.)
STATE OF LOUISIANA.

J. 169

Acts passed at the first session of the first Legislature of the
Territory of Orleans, 1806, 8vo; New Orleans, 1806.
J. 170 Acts passed at the first session of the second Legislature of the
Territory of Orleans, 1808,, 8vo; N. Orleans, 1808.
173 Acts passed by the Legislature of the State of Louisiana, from
the 18th of November, 1816, to the 23d of March, 1822,
2 v. 8vo; New Orleans, 18l7-'23.
188 Civil Code of the State of Louisiana, 4io; New Orleans, 1825.
189 Commercial Code for the State of Louisiana, folio; New Or
leans, 1825.
J. 171 Kerr's Exposition of the Criminal Laws of the Territory of
Orleans, 8vo; New Orleans, 1806.
172 Martin's Digest of the Acts of the Legislatures of the late
Territory of Orleans, and of the State of Louisiana, 3 v.
8vo; New Orleans, 1816.
190 System of Penal Law, prepared for the State of Louisiana,
by Edward Livingston, folio; New Orleans, 1824.
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.

174

Digest of the Statutes of the Mississippi Territory, contain
ing the Ordinance for the Government of the Territory of
the United States Northwest of the River Ohio, and such
Acts of Congress as relate to the Mississippi Territory,
Svo; 1807.
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175

Revised Code of the Laws of Mississippi, comprising all such
Acts, of a general nature, as were in force at the end of
the year 1823, 8vo; Natchez, 1824.
TERRITORY OF MICHIGAN.

176

Laws of the Territory of Michigan, 8vo; Detroit, 1820..

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J. 685 Acherley's Britannic Constitution, folio.
J. 321 Adams' Essays, 8vo.
J. 332 Adams' Defence of the American Constitution, 2 v. 8vo.
387 ,Adams (J. Q.) on the Fisheries and Mississippi, 8vo.
376 Address of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting National
Industry, 8vo. (3 copies.)
J. 169 Addresses, par Condorcet, 8vo.
J. 61 Addison's Freeholder, 12mo.
J. 317 Administration of the Colonies, by Governor Pownal, 1764,
8vo.
J. 578 Aislabie's Case in Parliament, 4to.
J. 143 Almanac des Ambassadeurs, par Wedekind, 8vo.
J. 507 Almanach de Commerce, par Tynna, 1808, 8vo.
J. 205 Almanachs Imperiaux, 1807-'8-'9, 3 v. 8vo.
J. 164 Almanachs Royaux, pour 1785-'6-'7-'8, et 1791, 5 v. 8vo.
357 America; o Examen General de la Situacion Politica de las
Diferentes Potencias del Continente Occidental, 8vo.
(present.)
53 American Almanac for the year 1830, 12mo; Boston.
J. 324 American Gazette, No. 1, 8vo.
J. 518 American Negotiator, 8vo.
J. 359 American Remembrancer, 1795, 3 v. 8vo.
J. 521 American Traveller, p. 4to.
571 Ames' (Fisher) Works, 8vo.
J. 503 Anderson's History of Commerce, with Combe's Continua
tion, 6 v. 8vo.
J. 202 Answers to Burke, by Priestley and Mcintosh, 8vo.
J. 64 Arcana Parliamentaria, 12mo.

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of the late President Jeffebsos, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

607
651
272
293
630
682
211
56
524

J. 649
J. 249
J. 208
182
330
J.

18
97
J. 21
490
492
494
493
J. 147
J. 517
248
J. 273
J. 361
J. 10
440
J. 698
J. 225
J. 226
458
554
J. 71
514
515
J. 687
575
532
J. 99
J. 78
J. 307

Aristotle's Treatise on Government, Eng. byEllis, 4to.
Arithmetique Lineaire de Playfair, 4to.
Ashby vs. White, 8vo.
Atwood's Dominion of England over Scotland, 8vo.
Aylesbury Election, 4to.
Bacon on the Government of England, folio.
p. 4to,
Bagshaw's Rights of the Crown, 1 2mo.
Baker's View of the Commerce of the Mediterranean Sea,
8vo. (present.)
Baldwin's British Customs, or Rates of Merchandise, 4to.
Barlow, Pigott, and Publicola, 1791-'95, 8vo.
Bart sur les Colonies, 8vo.
Bases Fondamentales de l'Instruction Publique, &c, par F.
Lanthenas, 8vo.
Beaujour's Sketches of North America, from 1800 to 1810,
8vo.
Beccaria on Crimes and Punishments, 12mo.
Bentham's Defence of Usury, 12mo.
Panopticon, or Penitentiary, 3 v. 12mo.
Plan of Parliamentary Reform, 8vo.
Bentham on Codification, 8vo.
on Government, a Fragment, 8vo.
on Morals and Legislation, 2 v. 8vo.
Bielfield: Instituciones Politicas de Portugal y España, por
Foronda, p. 4to.
Biscoe's Merchant's Magazine, 8vo.
Black Book, or Corruption Unmasked, 2 v. 8vo.
Blackstone's Case of the Middlesex Election, p. 4to.
Blodget's Statistical Manual for the United States of Ame
rica, 8vo.
Bodin de la Republique, p. 8vo.
Boeckh's Public Economy of Athens, 2 v. 8vo.
Bohun's Debates, Reports, &c on the Election of Members
of Parliament, folio.
Bolingbroke's Dissertation on Parties, 8vo.
Patriot King, 8vo.
Bollman's Paragraphs on Banks, (pamp.) 8vo.
Letter to Brand on Specie Payments, Svo.
Bougainville sur les Droits des Metropoles Grecques, 12mo.
Boyd's British TarifFand Commercial Guide, 8vo; Lond. 1826.
8vo; Lond. 1828.
Brady of Boroughs, folio.
Bristed's Resources of the British Empire, 8vo.
Resources of the United States of America, 8vo.
British Merchant, 2d and 3d vols. 12mo.
British Treaty, and Pieces on it, 12mo.
Brougham on the Colonial Policy of Europe, 2 v. 8vo.

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J.

60

J.
J.
J.
J.

267
219
221
370
282
J. 224
J. 694
J. 171
J. 364
J. 251
J. 354
J. 586
J. 366
J 365
J. 163
J. 373
421
J. 223
374
J. 702
360
378
J. 557
J. 633
J. 391
J. 577
J. 560
722
J. 286
J. 285
J. 670
J. 112
J. 95
J. 77
338
659
J. 641
:T. 525
563
602
603

Brown's Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the Times,
12mo.
Privilegia Parliamentaria, 8vo.
Burgh's Political Disquisitions, 3 v. 8vo.
Burnet's Rights of Princes in Ecclesiastical Benefices, 8vo.
Burr's Case, by Cheetham, 8vo.
Burton's Parliamentary Diary, 4 v. 8vo.
Cabala; Mysteries of State, first edition, p. 4to.
third edition, folio.
Cahiers de Nemours, par Dupont, 2 v. 8vo.
Callender's History of the United States, for 1796, 8vo.
Political Progress, part second, 8vo.
Political Register, 1794-'95,2v. 8vo.
Prospect before Us, 1799, 8vo.
Sedgwick & Co., 1798, 8vo.
Sketches for 1798, 8vo.
Calonne de l'Etat de la France, present et a venir, 8vo; 1790.
Capture of the Olive Branch,' vol. 2d, 1805.
Cardozo's Notes on Political Economy, 8vo.
Care's English Liberties, 8vo.
Carey's New Olive Branch, 8vo; Phila. 1820. (2 copies.)
Carkesse's Book of Rates, folio.
Carpenter's American Senator, 3 v. 8vo.
Cartas de Un Americano al Espanol, 8vo; Londres, 1812.
Casaux sur le Mechanisme des Societés, 8vo.
Case of the Batture at New-Orleans, 4to.
3 v. 8vo.
Case of the Sugar Trade, 4to.
Cavendish's Public Accounts of Ireland, 1791, 8vo.
Census of 1820, folio.
Chandler's Debates of the House of Commons, 1660— 1743,
14 v. 8vo.
Debates of the House of Lords, 1660— 1741, 7 v.
8vo.
Charter of Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, &c, foL
Chastellux de la Felicite Publique, 2 v. 8vo.
Child on Trade, 12mo.
Chipman's Sketches of the Principles of Government, 12mo.
Cincinnati, with the By-Laws, Rules, &c of the New Jersey
State Society, 8vo.
Clarendon's Sketch of the Revenue and Finances of Ireland,
4to.
Clarke on Saxon, Roman, and English Coins, 41,o.
Claviere et Warville de la France et des Etats Unis, 8vo.
Cobbett's Letters on the Late War, 8vo.
Political Register, 1802-'11, 1 8 v. 8vo.
Cobbett and Hansard's Parliamentary History, from 1066 to
1803, 36 v. 8ve.

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604
151
663
310
180
274

624

118
J. 308
J. 306
J. 125
665
J. 109
J. 657
661
J. 652
J. 664
J. 98
677
138
137
438
291

78a
J. 66
149
639
J. 129
386
J. 130
J. 84

Cobbett and Hansard's Parliamentary Debates, from 1803 to
1829, 61 v. 8vo.
Coleccion de Varios Papeles sobre la Revolucion de Espana,
12 v. 12mo and 4to; 1808.
Collection de Comptes Rendus, 4to.
Collection de Memoires sur les Colonies, par V. Malonet, 5 v.
8vo.
Collection Generate desD6cretsde l'AssembleeNationale, 18v.
8vo
Collection of all Remonstrances, Declarations, Votes, Orders,
Ordinances, Petitions, Messages, and other remarkable
Passages between the King and Parliament, from Decem
ber, 1641, until March 21, 1642, p. 4to; London, 1642.
Collection of all the Public Orders, Ordinances, and Declara
tions of both Houses of Parliament, from the 9th of March,
1642, until December, 1646, folio; London, 1646.
Colonial Policy of Great Britain, 8vo.
Colony Titles, viz: of Pennsylvania, New York, and Ver
mont, 8vo.
Colony Tracts, 1731-'33, 8vo.
Colquhoun on the Police of London, 8vo.

on the Wealth, Power, and Resources of Great
Britain, 4to.
Commentary and Review of Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws,
1811, 8vo.
Commerce de l'Amerique, par Marseille, 2 v. in 1, 4to.
Le mgme, 2 v. 4to.
Commercio de' Romani di Mengotti, 4to.
Comptes duTresor Public, 1803-'4, 4to.
Condillac sur le Commerce et Gouvernement, 12mo.
Congressional Register, by Gales & Seaton, 3 v. 8vo. (5 cop's.)
Congress of Aix La Chapelle, by De Pradt, 8vo. (present.)
of Vienna, by De Pradt, 8vo.
Cooper's Lectures on Political Economy, 8vo.
Proceedings in Parliament, relative to the Defects in
the Administration of Justice in the Court of Chancery, in
the House of Lords, and in the Court of Commissioners of
Bankruptcy, 8vo.
Cooper's Notions of the Americans, 2 v. 12mo.
Considerations on the Right of Prelates to sit in Capital Cases,
12mo.
Constitucion para la Nacion Espanola, por Don Alvaro Florez Estrada, Svo.
Constitucion para la Republica Peruana, 4to; 1826. (present.)
Constitutions des Principaux Etats, par de la Croix, 4 v. 8vo.
Constitution de la Republique de Colombia, 8vo. (present.)
Constitution and Government of the Germanic Body, 8vo.
Constitution of Louisiana, pamphlet, 12mo.

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J. 83
J. 148
9

J. 380
J. 81
82
J. 636
114
J. 691
232
427
230

634
J. 530
J. 227
311
312
J. 24
J. 547
313
J. 550
483
J. 101
531
J. 276
J. 194
J,.362
J. 344
J. 601
J. 301
J..275
J., 70
573
J,,573

Constitution of Tennessee, 12mo.
of the Spanish Monarchy, 8vo.
of the United States of America; the Rules of the
Senate, and of the House of Representatives; with Jeffer
son's Manual, 12mo; Washington, 1828.
Constitutions of the States of America, 8vo.
12ino.
Constitutions of the States, and of the United ' States, with the
Declaration of Independence, 12mo. (6 copies.)
Constitutions des Treize Etats Unis de l'Amerique, par le
Due de la Rochefoucault, 4to.
Conversations on Political Economy, 12mo.
Cotton's Abridgment of the Records in the Tower by Prynne,
folio.
Cottu on the Administration of Criminal Justice in England,
8vo.
Cours d'Economie Politique, par Storch, 6 v. 8vo.
Coventry's Critical Enquiry concerning the real Author of
the Letters of Junius, proving them to have been written
by Lord Viscount Sackville, 8vo; London, 1825. '
Coxe's Statement of the Arts and Manufactures of the United
States, in 1810, 4to.
View of the United States, 8vo.
Craftsman, 2 v. 8vo.
Craig's Elements of Political Science, 3 v. 8vo.
Remarks on some Fundamental Doctrines of Political
Economy, 8vo.
Cragus de Republica Lacedaemoniorum, 12mo.
Davenant on Grants and Resumptions, 8vo.
Davenant's Political and Commercial Works, 5 v. 8vo.
Reports on the Public Accounts, 1711, 8vo.
Davies's Case of Laborers in Husbandry Considered, 8vo.
Impositions, 12mo.
Dearborn's Commerce and Navigation of the Black Sea, 3
v. 8vo.
Debates of 1680, 8vo; 2 copies, viz: ed'ns of 1681 and 1725.
Debates du 10 Aout, 1792, 8vo.
Debates of Congress on the Treaty Power, 1796, part 2d, 8vo;
Debates of the Assembly of Pennsylvania on the Bank, 1788,
by Thomas Lloyd, 3d v. 8vo.
Debates of the House of Commons in 1785, 3 v. 8vo.
Debates of the Irish Commons, 2 v. 8vo.
Debates of the Parliament of 1679, on the Popish Plot, 8vo.
Debates on Abdication, 1695, 12mo.
Debates and Proceedings of the New York Convention, 8vo.
Debates on the Constitution in the Convention of New York,
8vo.

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of the late President Jeffebsoit, when it was purchased b} Ongress m 1815.

J. 339
J. 341
J. 342
559
J. 600
J. 94
J. 401
J. 582
419
499
217
J. 50
J. 400
J. 209
159
576
141
J. 72
J. 271
J. 322
653
721
J. 681
J. 90
J. 19
J. 45
J. 292
J. 156
210
J. 684
196
J 510
719
140

Debates on the Constitution, in the Convention of Massachu
setts. 1788, 8vo.
Debates on the Constitution, in the Convention of Pennsylva
nia, 8vo.
Debates on the Constitution, in the Convention of Virginia,
8vo.
De Bosset's Parga and the Ionian Islands, 8vo; London, 1821.
Debrett's Collection of Tracts, 1763-'70, 4 v. 8vo.
Decker on Trade, 12mo.
De l'Administration Provinciale et de la Reforme de l'Impôt,
par le Trosne, 2 v- 8vo.
Della Necessita di Riformare la Legislazione, da Antonio,
4to.
De la Richesse Commerciale, par J. C. L. Sismonde, 2 v. 8vo.
De l'Industrie Françoise, par M, Chaptal, 2 v. 8vo.
De Lolme on the English Constitution, 8vo.
sur la Constitution d'Angleterre, 2 v. in 1, 12mo.
De l'Ordre Social, par le Trosne, 8vo.
Des Colonies Modernes, et particulièrement de St. Domingue,
par Barré St. Venant, 8vo.
Des Communes et de l'Aristocratie, 12mo.
Des Douanes et des Prohibitions, par Chaptal, 3 copies,
(present. )
Designs of Russia, by L. Evans, 8vo.
Deslandes sur l'Importance de la Revolution Américaine,
12mo.
Determinations of the Commons in Elections, 8vo.
Dickinson's Political Writings, 2 v. 8vo.
Dictionnaire Universel de la Géographie Commerçante, par
Peuchet, 5 v. 4to.
Digest of Manufacturing Establishments in the United States,
in 1822, folio.
Discourse on Government, by Brady, folio.
Discourse on Trade and Coin, p. 8vo.
Discurso sobra las Penas de Espana, por de Lardizâbal y Uribe,,
p. 8vo.
Discours sur plusieurs Nations d'Europe, d'Albon, 4 v. 12mo.
Doddridge's Wales, 8vo.
Droit Public de la France, par Lauraguais, 8vo.
Droit Public des Colonies Francoises, par M. Petit, 2 v. 8vo.
Dugdale's Origines Juridiciales, folio.
Du Gouvernement de la France depuis la Restauration, par F.
Guizot, 8vo.
Dupont sur le Traité de Commerce entre la France et l'Angle
terre, 8vo.
East India Company's Records, by César Moreau, ob. folio.
Eaton's Survey of the Turkish Empire, 8vo.

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J. 520
J. 14
343

Edgar's Book of Rates, 8vo.
El Desengano del Hombre, por Puglia, 12mo.
Elliot's Debates on the Adoption of the Federal Constitu
tion, 4 v. 8vo. (2 copies.)
101a Ellis's British TarifiT for 1829-'30, 12mo; London, 1829.
J. 613 Ellys's Tracts on Liberty, 4to.
69 Elsynge on the Manner of holding Parliaments in England,
12mo; Lond. 1768.
J. 469 Embargo laws—Pamphlets, Letters, and Speeches upon the,
1808, 8vo.
J. 58 English Liberties, 12mo.
59 Ensaio do Codigo Criminal, por P. Jose de Mello Freire,
12 mo.
J. 699 Ephemeris Parliamentaria, or Register of Transactions of 3
and 4 Car. I, fol.
544 Essai Historique sur le Commerce de la Mer-Noire, par Anthoine, 8vo.
428 Essai Politique sur le Revenu Public, par M. C. Ganilh, 2
v. 8vo.
J. 644 Essai Supplémentaire a l'Encyclopédie sur les Monnoies,
par Beyerle, 4to.
J. 207 Essai sur l'Administration de St. Domingue, 8vo.
J. 158 Essais Politiques sur l'état actuel de quelques Puissances, par
M. R. C. B., 1777, 8vo.
J. 165 Essais sur la Constitution des Assemblées Provinciales, par
Condorcet, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 47 Essais sur les Colonies Francoises, 12mo.
J. 122 Essay on Government, by Mrs. Lee, 8vo.
144 Establishment of the Turks in Europe, 12mo.
J. 258 Etat actuel de la Grande Bretagne, 1804, O'Connor, 8vo.
581 Etat Civil et Politique de l'Italie sous des Goths, par W. T..
W. Tone, 4to. (present.)
J. 132 Etat des Cours de l'Europe pour l'Année 1788, 8vo.
J. 174 Etats Généraux de 1789, par Brissot, 8vo.
J. 154 European Pamphlets, 1794—1805, 8vo.
J. 627 European Pamphlets, 180l-'4, 4to,
480 Everett's New Ideas on Population, 8vo. (present.)
356
Political Situation of the Western Continent of Ame
rica, 8vo.
136
Survey of Europe, 8vo.
J. 100 Every Man his own Broker, by Mortimer, 12mo.
23 Every Man his own Stock Broker, 12mo.
304 Evidence of the State of Ireland in 1825, 8vo.
388 Examination of the New Tariff, by Cambreleng, 8vo. (2
copies. )
J. 551 Excise Tracts, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 404 Explication du Tableau Economique, par l'Abbe Baudeau, 8vo„

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Fastes Civils de la France, depuis l'Ouverture de l'Assemblee
des Nptables? 3 v. 8vo.
J. 75 Federal Farmer, 12mo.
J,. 76 Federalist, 2 v. 12mo.
382 Federalist, 8vo. (Gideon's ed.) 4 copies.
J. 614 Ferguson's Essay on Civil Society, 4to.
J. 104 Filmer's Observations on Government, 8vo.
J. 410 Foronda de la Economia Politica, 3 v. 8vo.
J. 126
de Hospitales, 8vo.
J. 20
sobra la Policia, 12mo.
J. 570 Fortesque on Monarchy, 8vo.
538 Foster's Essays on Commercial Exchanges, 8vo.
562 Franklin's Pieces, 4to.
J. 320 Franklin's Political Works, 8vo.
426 Ganilh's Political Economy, 8vo.
J. 92 Gee on Trade, 12mo.
134 Gentz' State of Europe, 8vo.
'
J. 16 Godwin's Inquirer, 12mo.
Inquiry relative to Population, 8vo.
481
Political Justice, 2 v. 12 mo.
J. 15
135 Goerres' Germany and the Revolution; tr. from the German,
by J. Black, 8vo; London, 1820.
297 Goldsmith's State of the French Republic in the year 8, 8vo.
State of the French Republic, in 1804, 8vo.
J. 203
J. 62 Gordon's Cato's Letters, 4 v. 12mo.
Independent Whig, 4 v. 12mo.
J. 63
488 Gourlay's Statistical Account of Upper Canada, 3 v. 8vo.
423 Gray's Essential Principles of the Wealth of Nations, 8vo.
616 Gray on the Happiness of States, 4to.
.[. 318 Great Britain and America, pamphlets, from 1765 to 1781, 10
v. 8vo.
497 Greenleaf's Statistical View of the District of Maine, 8vo; Bos
ton, 1816. (present. )
424 Grenville's Essay on the supposed Advantages of a Sinking
Fund, 8vo.
J. 283 Grey's Debates, 10 v. 8vo.
J. 262 Gurdon's History of Parliament, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 67 Hakewell's Mod. Ten Parl, and Method of passing Bills, 16s.
J. 265 Hale's Jurisdiction of Parliaments, 8vo.
495 Hallam's Constitutional History of England, from the acces
sion of Henry VII. to the death of George II., 3 r. 8vo;
Boston, 1829.
553 Hamilton's Enquiry into the British National Debt, 8vo. (2
copies. )
383 Hamilton's Works, 1st v. 8vo.
J. 612 Harrington's Oceana, p. folio.
444 Harris's Essay on Money and Coins, 8vo.
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J. 620
621
J. 658
J. 635
558
J. 17
119
167
166
660
545
J. 213
580
J. 284
J. 1
690
J. 264
J. 680
220
J. 517a
J. 28
561
3. 622
623
449
3
J. 127
J. 535
J. 655
640

J. 625
150
541
8
J. 345
349
J. 717

Hatsell's Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Com
mons, 3 v. in 1, 4to.
Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Com
mons, 4 v. 4to.
Hawkesbury's Report on the Corn Laws, 4to.
Hazard's Collection of American State Papers, 4to, 1st vol.
Hewen's Politics of Ancient Greece, 8vo.
Heston's Moral and Political Truth, 12 mo.
Histoire de la Fondation des Colonies des Anciennes Répub
liques, par Cerisier, 8vo.
Histoire des Etats Généraux, par M. l'Abbe Robin, 2 v. 8vo.
Histoire du Directoire Exécutif de la République Française,
2 v. 8vo.
Histoire Générale des Finances de la France, par M. Arnould, 4to.
Histoire Raisonnée du Commerce de la Russie, par J. B.
Scherer, 2 v. 8vo.
Historical Essay on the English Constitution, 8vo.
Historical Remarks on the Taxation of Free States, 4to.
History of the Parliament and Convocation of 1710, 8vo.
Hobbes de Cive, 16s.
Hobbes' Political and Moral Works, folio.
Hollis's Remains, 8vo.
Hooker's Ecclesiastical Polity, folio.
Works, by Dobson, 2 v. 8vo.
Hoppus's Measurer, 8vo.
Hornii Dissertationes Historic» et Politicœ, p. 12mo.
Howard on Hospitals, 8vo.
on Prisons, 4to.
Howard's Account of the Lazarettos of Europe, 4to.
Huskinson on the Depreciation of Currency, 8vo.
Ideas Necessarias, 12mo. (present.)
Idée sur les Secours a donner aux Pauvres Malades, 8vo.
II Colbertismo di Mengotti, 8vo.
Impositions en Europe, par Beaumont, 5 v. 4to.
Instruccion Reservada del Reyno de N. E. que el Exmo. Sr.
Virrey, Conde de Revillagigédo, dio à su Sucesor el Exmo.
Sr. Marqués de Branciforte, en el ano de 1794, folio, MS.
(present. )
Instruction sur les Insensés, et les Hôpitaux, 4to.
Introduccion para la Historia de la Revolucion de Espana^.
por Don Alvaro Florez Estrada, 8vo.
Jacob's Report on the Trade in Foreign Corn, 8vo.
Jefferson's Manual, 12mo. (8 copies. )
Journals of Congress, from 1774 to 1788, 13 v. 8vo.
Journal of the Federal Convention, 8vo.
Journals of the House of Representatives, 1789-'93, 7 v. fol.

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J. 599 Journals of the House of Representatives of the United States,
1793—1809, 17 v. 8vo.
599 Journals of the House of Representatives of the United States,
from 1813 to 1830, 15 v. 8vo.
J. 716 Journals of the Senate, 1789-'95, 6 v. folio.
J. 598 Journals of the Senate of the United States, 1797—1809, 12
v. 8vo.
598 Journals of the Senate of the United States, 1815—1830, 15
v. 8vo.
598 Journal of the Senate, from the 1st to the 15th Congress,
1789—1815, 5 v. 8vo.
597 Journal of the Executive Proceedings of the Senate of the
United States, from the Commencement of the First, to
the Termination of the Twentieth Congress, 3 v. 8vo. (5
copies.)
353 Journal of the Senate of Virginia, 1778-'79, and 1785-'90, 2
v. 8vo.
675 Journal of the Virginia Convention, 1788, 8vo; Richmond,
1827. (present.)
J. 671 Journal of the House of Burgesses, 1740-'59, 4to.
J. 672
Do
do
do
1760-'74, 4to.
J. 673
Do
do
Delegates, 1778-'81, 4to.
Do
do
do
1784-'86, folio.
J. 718
676 Journal of the House of Delegates of Virginia, 1776-'90, 4
v. 4to. (present.)
351 Journal of the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania,
from December, 1806, to March, 1816, 10 v. 8vo.
352 Journal of the Senate of Pennsylvania, from December, 1806,
to March, 1816, 10 v. 8vo.
725 Journal des Debats, depuis 1800 jusqu'H 181 5, 31 v. fol. ; Paris.
181 Journal des Etats Generaux, par Hodey, 14 v. 8vo.
726 Journal of the House of Lords, from 1513 to 1816, 50 v. fol.
727 Index to the Journal of the House of Lords, 2 v. folio.
730 Journal of the British House of Commons, 6 v. fol. (present.)
728 Journal of the House of Commons, from 1547 to 1818, 73 v.
folio.
729 Index to the Journal of the House of Commons, 6 v. fol.
408 Joyce's Analysis of Smith's Wealth of Nations, 8vo.
253 Junius's Letters, 12mo.
J. 229
Letters, Woodfall's edition, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 252 Junius Redivivus, Letters to Pitt, Pox, &c, 8vo; 1791-'6.
J. 55 Jura Coronae, 12mo.
J. 65 Jurisdiction of the House of Lords in Impositions, 12mo.
647 Kelly's Universal Cambist, and Commercial Instructor, 2 v.
4to. (2 copies.)
302 Kendall's Letters on the State of Ireland, 3 v. 8vo.
446 King on the Restriction of Payment in Specie, 8vo.
J. 123 Lacretelle sur les Peines Infamantes, 8vo.

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.T. 88 L'fAmi des Hommes, par Mirabeau, 5 v. 12mo.
J. 128" L'Empereur de Legibus Hebraeorum Forensibus, p. 4to.
176. L'Esprit des Cahiers, présentés aux Etats Généraux de l'an
, 1789, Bvo.
J. 505 L'Intelligence du Commerce de Malisset, 2 v. 8vo.
J- ;:85 ' L'Ordre des Sociétés Politiques, par de la Riviere, avec lea
Doutes de l'Abbe Mably, 3 v. 12mo.
J. 48 La Pologne, telle qu'elle est, à été, et sera, 12mo.
J. 678 La République et le Phedon de Platon, par Morel, folio.
608 La Science du Gouvernement, par M. De Real, 8v. 4to.
J. 87 La Théorie de l'Impôt, par Mirabeau, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 49 La Ville et République de Venise, par D S. D., 12mo.
J. 422 Lauderdale on the Nature and Origin of Public Wealth, 8vo.
J. 89 Law on Money and Trade, 12mo.
179 Le Courier, 24 v. 8vo.
73 Le Destin de L'Amérique, 12mo. 178 Le Pour et le Contre dans le Proces de Louis XVI., 7 v. 8vo.
153 Le Vrai Intérêt des Puissances Européennes et de l'Empe
reur du Brésil, a l'égard de la Situation actuelle du Portu
gal, 8vo; Bruxelles, 1830. {present.)
133 Leckie's Historical Survey of Europe, 8vo.
152 Légitimé Portugaise, 8vo; Paris, 1830. (present.)
319 Les Etats-Unis et l'Angleterre, par William Lee; Bordeaux,
1814.
J. 160 Les Finances de France, par Necker, 3 v. 8vo; 1784.
186 Les Forfaits du 6me Octobre, 1789, 8vo.
86 Les Ligues Achéenne, Suisse, et Hollandoise, par Mayer,
2 v. 8vo.
.1. 610 Les Œuvres de Montesquieu, 3 v. 4to.
J. 403 Les Œuvres de Turgot, 9 v. 8vo.
J.,678 Les Politiques d'Aristote, par Morel, folio.
•T. 7 Lettere di Macchiavelli, 2 v. 12mo.
619 Letters from George III. to Lord Kenyon, on the Corona
tion Oath, 4to.
450 Letters to Peel on the Currency, 8vo.
J. 206 Lettres Critiques et Politiques sur les Colonies, 8vo.
J.201 Lettres de Cart sur le Pays de Vaud, 8vo.
197 Lettres Inedites de l'Abbe Morellet sur l'Hist. Pol. et Lit
téraire, 8vo.
J. 270 Lex Parliamentaria, 8vo.
J.. 46 Liberté Originaire de Venise, 12mo.
642 Liverpool's Treatise on the Coins of the Realm, 4to.
J . 592 Local Politics, 1802-'5, 2 v. 8vo.
222 Loi de Moise, ou Système Religieux et Politique des Hebreux,
par J. Salvador, 8vo.
J . 121 Lois de la Nature, par Poype, 8vo.
1 .389 Louisiana, 1803-'4, 8vo.

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Lound's Case of the Third Auditor, 4to.
'• •
Lowe's Present State of England, 8vo. (2 copies.) . .
Lyman's Political State of Italy, 8vo. [present.)
Mably de la Grèce, 12mo.
.
des Droits et des Devoirs du Citoyen, 12mo; Kehl,
1789.
des Romains, 12mo.
J. 30
de la Legislation, 2 v. in 1, 12mo.
J. 35
Droit Public de l'Europe, 3 v. 12mo.
J. 37
du Gouvernement et des Lois de Pologne, 2 v. 12mo;
J. 43
Paris, 1790.
Etude de l'Histoire, 12mo.
J. 33
Maniere d'Ecrire l'Histoire, 12mo.
J. 34
Ordre des Sociétés, 12mo.
J. 32
Phocion, 12mo.
J. 31
Principes de Morale, 12mo.
J. 40
Principes des Négociations, 12mo.
J. 36
sur l'Histoire de France, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 39
sur la Pologne, 12mo.
J. 42
sur les Etats Unis d'Amérique, 12mo.
.T. 38
44
sur les Loix d'Amérique, 12mo.
429 McCulloch on Political Economy, 8vo.
542 McDonald's Free Trade, 8vo.
654 McPherson's Annals of Commerce, 4 v. 4to.
439 McVickar's Outlines of Political Economy, 8vo.
J. 609 Machiavel's Works, Eng., by Farneworth, 2 v. 4to.
J. 4 Machiavelli Princeps; Agrippai Oratio contra Monarchiam;
Mecoenatis Oratio proMonarchia; Steph. Junii Bruti Vindiciae contra Tyrannos; et de Jure Magistratuum Tractatusy
12mo.
J.
6 Macchiavelli Discorsi sopra la Prima Deca di T. Livio, 2 v.
1 2 mo.
J. 686 Madox's Firmi Burgi, folio.
J. 700 Maddox's History of the Exchequer, folio.
J. 395 Magdalena y Yrujo, 8vo.
58a Magna Charta, &c, 16s ; MS. [present.)
J. 155 Malesherbes sur le Mariage des Protestans, 8vo.
115 Malthus's Definitions in Political Economy, 8vo.
J. 478 Malthus on the Principles of Population, 2 v. 8vo.
414
on Political Economy, 8vo.
618
on Population, 4to.
436
on the Nature and Progress of Rent, 8vo.
J. 398 Meditazioni sulla Economia Politica da Beccaria, 8vo.
J. 709 Mémoires sur la Louisiane, folio.
J..579 Mémoires sur le Navire le New Jersey, 4to.
J.. 583 Memoria inedita sulla Republica Veneta dal Fra Paolo, 4to.
J . 390 Message on Louisiana, and Documents, to wit: Lewis and
Clark, Dunbar, Sibley, 8vo.

J. 631
574
555
J. 29
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J. 646
656
J. 234
216
215
4.'H
435
701
J.
J.
J.
J.

146
3.36
325
120

J. 299
J. 371

J. 585
I11
J. 502
108
J. 13
J. 12
534
506
J. 26
96
280
52a
J. 420
418
355
J. 54
J. 333
314.
27
529
533

Mesures, Monnoies, Poids; extraits de l'Encyclopedie Methodique, 4to.
Milbourn's Oriental Commerce, 2 v. 4to.
Militia Reformed; Essay on National Credit, Revenues, &c,
8vo.
Millar's Historical View of the Engl ish Government, 4 v. 8vo.
Origin of the Distinction of Ranks, 8vo.
Mills' Elements of Political Economy, (2d edition,) 8vo;
London, 1824.
Elements of Political Economy, (3d edition,) 8vof
London, 1826.
Minutes of Evidence taken before the House of Commons^
folio.
Mirabeau aux Bataves sur le Stadhouderat, 8vo.
sur l'Ordre de Cincinnatus, 8vo.
Miscellanies on America, 3 v. 8vo; 1775-'80.
Misrim, ou le Sage a la Cour, et le Roi Voyageur, par l'Abbe
Aubert, 8vo.
Mollyneux's Case of Ireland, 8vo.
Monroe's Letters to the Secretary of State, and from the
Secretary to him, on the Negotiations between Britain
and America, 1808, 8vo.
View of the Foreign Affairs of the United States,
8vo.
Montagu's (Ed. W.) Reflections on the Rise and Fall of
Ancient Republics, 8vo.
Montefiore's Commercial Dictionary, 3 v. 8vo.
Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1823.
More's Utopia, Eng. Foul., 12mo.
Lat, 12mo.
Mortimer's Elements of Commerce, Politics, and Finance, 8vo.
General Commercial Dictionary, 8vo.
Moyle's Tracts, 12mo.
Mun's England's Treasure by Trade, l2mo.
Mundell's Influence of Interest and Prejudice upon Proceed
ings in Parliament, 8vo.
National Calendar, by P. Force, 6 v. 12mo.
New and Old Principles of Trade compared, by Vaughan, 8vo.
Nouveaux Principes d'Economie Politique, par J. C. L. de
Sismondi, 2 v. 8vo.
Novanglus, and Massachusettensis, or Political Essays, 8vo.
Noy's Rights of the Crown, 12mo.
Observations on Government, and on Adams and Delome's
Constitutions, Eng. Fr. by John Stevens, 8vo.
Observations on the Law and Constitution of India, 8vo.
Observations sur le Traite de Paix, 1763, 12mo.
0 Commercio Oriental, Portuguese, por J. S. Rebello, 8vo.
(present. )
Oddy's European Commerce, 8vo-

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J. 711 Official Reports, 1790-'l, fol.
J. 703 Ogle's Accounts, 1787, fol.
279 Oldfield's Representative History, 6 v. 8vo.
J. 372 Olive Branch, 8vo; Phil. 1815.
375 Olive Branch, 6th ed. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1815. (present.)
J. 170 Opinions de Dupont, 8vo.
J. 68 Orders of the House of Commons, 12mo.
J. 402 Ouvrages Choisies de Turgot, 8vo.
J. 403 Ouvrages de Turgot, 9 v. 8vo.
477 Owen's New Views of Society, 8vo.
323 Paine's (Thomas) Political Writings, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 190 Pamphlets, French, 1790, 8vo.
J. 200
1793, 8vo.
1789, 8vo.
J. 191
J. 193
1792, 8vo.
J. 462
1795, 8vo.
J. 461
American, 1796, 8vo.
J. 460
1793-'4, 8vo.
466
on the District of Columbia,, and Case of Oliver
Pollock, by Woodward, 8vo.
J. 469
on the Embargo Laws, 1808, 8vo.
377
Political, North American, 1812-'15-'16, 8vo.
247
on Finance, Population, &c, by Morgan & Price,
8vo.
J. 242
English, 1779-'91, 8vo.
1792-'3, 8vo.
J. 246
J. 255
1797, 8vo.
454
viz: National Polity and Finance. —Stanhope's
Letter on the Corn Laws. —Remarks on an Address to the
Members of the New Parliament, relative to the West In
dia Question. —Espinasse on the Defects in the General and
Statute Law. —Clessold on Applying some of Dr. Bell's
Principles to Useful Education. —Senior's Political Eco
nomy, 8vo.
455
viz: Bennett's Agriculture and Foreign Trade. —
The Grand Vizier Unmasked. —Emigration Practically
Considered. —Williams' Mercantile Theory of Wealth,
8vo.
456
viz : Beecher on the Anti-Pauper System. —Head's
Arguments againstEmigration. —Mundell's Reasons for a
Revision of the Fiscal Code. —Badnall's View of the Silk
Trade; London, 1828.
453
viz: Reply to Bosanquet.—High Price of Bullion.—
Proposals for an Economical and Secure Currency. —Plan
for a National Bank, by Ricardo, 8vo.
543
viz: Ricardo's Essay on the Low Price of Corn. —
Ricardo on Protection to Agriculture. —Canning's Speech
on Unlawful Association's in Ireland. —Reflections on the
Value of the British West Indian Colonies, &c, 8vo.

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451

J. 239
605
j. 288
J. 278
606
J. 287
J. 79
J. 564
J. 591
J. 679
J. 91
J. 263
J. 212
J. 459
J. 300
J. 268
J. 695
512
J. 254
437
397
J. 399
J. 199
496
479
J. 102
J. 482
358
J. 464
j. 470
j' 465
J. 238
J. 47i
J. 467
J. 594
J. 468
J. 595
J. 473
J. 474
J." 463

Pamphlets, viz: Blake on the Expenditure of Government. —
Letters on Scottish Affairs, by Bradwardine Kawerly to
Malagrowther. —Remarks on Measure and Value, 8vo.
Papers relative to the Rupture with Spain in 1762, 8vo.
Parliamentary Abstracts for 1825 and 1826, 8vo.
Debates of 1790, 8vo.
Debates, &c See Cobbett.
History, 1106—1660, 24 v. 8vo.
History and Review for 1825-'26-'27, 2 v. 8vo.
Register, 1774-'7, 7 v. 8vo.
Patriotic Addresses to President Adams; 12mo.
Penitentiary of New York, 8vo.
Personal Pamphlets, 8vo.
Petiti Leges Attics, folio.
Pettus on Trade, 12mo.
Pettus's Constitution of Parliament, 8vo.
Petty's Constitution and Laws of England, 8vo.
Political Arithmetic, 8vo.
Political Survey of Ireland, 8vo.
Petyt's Ancient Rights of the Commons of England, 8vo.
Jus Parliamentarium, folio.
Phelps on the British Fisheries, 8vo.
Philanthropist, 1795-'6, 8vo.
Phillips' Manual of Political Economy, 8vo.
Physiocratie, ou Constitution Naturelle du Gouvernement,
Svo.
Physiocratie de Quesnay, 2 v. 8vo.
Pieces trouves dans l'Armoire de Fer, 1793, 8vo.
Pitkin's Statistical View of the United States, 8vo.
Place's Illustration and Proofs of the Principle of Population,
8vo.
Plato de Republica, Gr. Lat., 2 v. 8vo.
Playfair's Statistical Breviary, and Commercial and Political
Atlas, 8vo.
Politica's Sketch of the Internal Condition of the United
States, 8vo.
Political American, 1791—1802, 8vo.
.
1806, 8vo.
1807, 8vo.
Pamphlets, 1727—1729, 8vo.
1803-'5, 8vo.
American, 1808, 8vo.
180O-'9, 8vo.
1810, 8vo.
1811, 1812, 8vo.
American, 1798, 8vo.
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1799, 8vo.
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1793—1810, 8vo.

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Political Pamphlets, American, 1800, 8vo.
—.
1801, 8vo.
Tracts, 1769-'73, 8vo.
1761-'68, 8vo.
1707—1733, 8vo.
on the Finances, England and the United
States, 1789-'90, 4to.
J. 188
French, 1790, 8vo.
1791, 8vo.
J. 189
J. 626
1787-'92, 4to.
J. 187
1789, 8vo.
Pamphlets, 1800-'8, sc Bexon, Traite d'Amiens,
J. 628
Manifiesto del Consejo Real, p. folio.
J. 256
Foreign, 1795—1800, 8vo.
J. 257
English, 1800-'l, 8vo.
J. 259
English, l805-'7, 8vo.
J. 260
1808, 8vo.
Tracts, English and Irish, 1790-'l, 8vo.
J. 601
J. 245
1 786-' 92, 8vo.
J. 106 Political Classics, to wit: Sidney, Rousseau, and More, 3 v.
8vo.
J. 250 Politics for the People, 1794-'5, 2 v. 8vo.
116 Political Primer, or Road to Public Honors, 8vo.
295 Polltical State of Europe, 1793--'5, 8 v. 8vo.
516 Pope's Practical Abridgement of the Laws of Customs and
Excise, 8vo.
J. 236 Preface to Bellendenus, by Dr. Parr, Lat. Eng., 8vo.
363 Presidents' Speeches, Addresses, and Messages, 8vo.
J. 110 Priestley's First Principles of Government, 8vo.
328 Price's Two Tracts on Civil Liberty, &c, 8vo.
491 Princep's External Commerce and Exchanges of Bengal, 8vo.
J. 113 Principes dela Legislation Universelle, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 185 Procedure du Chatelet sur le 6 Oct. 1789, 8vo.
J. 367 Proceedings of the Commissioners on the British Debts, p. 4to.
674 Proceedings of the Virginia Convention, 1775, 4to; 2 copies.
(present. )
J. 195 Proces de Louis XVI., 1792, 8vo.
177 Proces Verbal de l'Assemblee Nationale, 60 v. 8vo.
J. 501 Prospectus du Dictionnaire de Commerce de l'Abbe Morellet,
8vo.
J. 425 Provvedimenti Annonarj dal Fabbroni, 8vo.
J. 269 Prynne's Parliamentary Writs, p. 4to.
J. 712 Public Accounts, 1797—1801, 2 v. folio.
J. 720 Public Debt, 1704, folio.
431 Questions in Political Economy, Politics, Morals, &c, 8vo.
572 Rawle's View of the Constitution of the United States, 8vo.
416 Raymond's Thoughts on Political Economy, 2 v. 8vo.
417
— Thoughts on Political Economy, 8vo.
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J. 175
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J. 632
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J. 261
413
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J. 266
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289

Receipts and Expenditures, 1793, '4, '8, 1801, '2, '4, '5, '6;
7v. fol.
Recherches Historiques et Politiques sur les E. U. de l'Amé
rique, par Mazzei, 4 v. 8vo.
Recueil Alphabétique des Droits des Traités, 4 v. 8vo.
Recueil d'Arrests, et Relation du Detroit et de la Baie de Hud
son, 12 mo.
Redham's Excellencie of a Free State, 8vo.
Reeve's History of the Law of Shipping and Navigation, 8vo.
Reflections, Historiques et Politiques, sur le Commerce de
France, par M. Weuves, 8vo.
Reflections, Moral and Political, on Great Britain and her
Colonies; with MS. notes, by Dr Franklin, 1770, 8vo.
Register of Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval,
in the service of the United States, in 1802, 8vo.
The same, from 1816 to Sept. 1829, 8 v. 8vo.
Remembrancer, 1775-'82, 14 v. 8vo; London.
1783- '84, 3 v. 8vo; London.
Reports of Committees of the British Parliament, 151 v.
folio.
Reports of the Secretary of the Treasury, from 1790 to 1828,
2 v. 8vo. (5 copies.)
Résultats des Traites, supplement à Mably, par Arnould, 1803,
8vo.
Résumé Général des Cahiers du Clergé, de la Noblesse, et du
Tiers, 3 v. 8vo.
Ricardo on the Principles of Political Economy, 8vo. (2 cop.)
Richesses, Dette, Finance, Population, par de la Tour, Baudeau, Coyer, &c, 8vo.
Right of Tonnage, Duties, Fines, and Forfeitures, in Mary
land, p. folio.
Robson's Account of Six Years' Residence in Hudson's Bay,
8vo.
Roscoe's Observations on Penal Jurisprudence, 8vo.
Royal Calendar for 1824, and for April, 1829, (British Red
Book,) Z v. 12mo.
Rushworth's Collections, 8 v. folio.
Russell on the English Government and Constitution, 8vo.
Ryley's Placita Parliamenlaria, folio.
Sadler's Ireland; its Evils, and their Remedies, 8vo.
St. Amand's Historical Essay on Parliament, 8vo.
Say's Political Catechism, 8vo.
Economy, 2 v. 8vo.
Secret Journals of Congress, from the First Meeting to the
Dissolution of the Confederation, 4 v 8vo.
Selden on the Judicature of Parliaments, 8vo.
Selkirk's Observations on the Highlands of Scotland, &c,8vo.
Session of Parliament for 1825, 8vo. (2 copies.)

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Seybert's Statistical Annals of the United States, 4to.
Sharpe's Declaration of the People's Natural Rights, Svo.
Sheffield's Observations on the Commerce of America, 6th
edition, 8vo; London, 1784.
Sims' British Rates, 8vo.
Sidney on Government, 4to.
Sigonius de Republica Hebraeorum, p. 8vo.
Sinclair on the Revenues of the British Empire, 4to.
Sinclair's Analysis of the Statistical Account of Scotland, 8vo.
History of the Public Revenue of the British Em
pire, 3 v. 8vo.
Sketch of the Military and Political Power of Russia, in 1817.
Skipwith's Letters, 8vo.
Smith's Essay on the Theory of Money and Exchange, 8vo.
Inquiry into the Causes of the Wealth of Nations, 3
v. 8vo; London, 1784.
The same, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1789.
The same, with a Life of the Author, &c, by J. R. McCulloch, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1828.
Sommers' Rights of King and People, 12mo.
Sparks' Diplomatic Correspondence of the American Revo
lution, 8 v. 8vo; Boston, 1829-'30.
Spelman's Works, folio.
Spence's Britain Independent of Commerce, 8vo.
Inquiry into the Origin of the Laws and Political
Institutions of Europe, 8vo.
Tracts on Political Economy, 8vo.
Spens's Republic of Plato, p. 4to.
State of the Union of Great Britain, 8vo.
State Papers, 1793 —1812, 36 v. 8vo.
1813—1830, 8vo.
1795—1809, 8 v. folio.
1812—1815, 2 v. folio.
Statistical Illustrations of the British Empire, 8vo.
Statistical Illustrations, &c; Appendix, 8vo.
Statistique Elementaire de la France, par Peuchet, 1805, 8vo.
Staunton's Miscellaneous Notices relating to China, 8vo
Stevens' History of Taxes, 8vo. (2 copies.)
Stewart's Political Economy, 2 v. 4to.
Stuart's Historical Dissertation on the Antiquity of the Eng
lish Constitution, 8vo.
View of Society in Europe, 4to.
Sur ('Administration de Necker, parlui-meme, 8vo.
Swan sur la Commerce entre la Franee et les Etats Unis, 8vo.
Tableau du Commerce de la Grece, par F. Beaujour, 8vo.
Tableau du Commerce de la Russie, par le Comte Romanzoff,
3 v. folio.
Tables of the Gold and Silver Coins of all Countries, 4to.

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J. 500
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J. 393
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J. 74
J. 337
J. 327
J. 637
J. 566
J. 523
J. 472
J. 537
J. 235
J. 305
J. 457
J. 688
J. 243
J. 244
J. 556

Tactique des Assemblies Legislatives, par J. Bentham, 2 v. 8vo.
Tarif des Droits, 8vo; Paris, 1790.
Taylor's Construction Construed, 8vo.
Inquiry into the Principles of the United States'
Government, 8vo. (present.)
New Views of the Constitution, 8vo. (present. )
Sketch of the Geography, Politics, Economy, and
Statistics of France, 8vo.
Territories of Columbia and Michigan, 8vo.
Thaarup Statistik Danske, 8vo.
Thompson on the Distribution of Wealth, 8vo.
Thomson on the Liberty and Licentiousness of the Press, 8vo.
Thomson's Letters of Curtius, 12mo.
Thornton's Inquiry into the Nature, &c of the Paper Credit
of Great Britain, 8vo.
Tooke's Considerations on the State of the Currency, 8vo.
Thoughts on the High and Low Prices of the last 30
years, 8vo.
View of Russia, 3 v. 8vo.
Topographical, 8vo.
Torren's Essay on the Corn Trade, 8vo.
The same, (fourth edition,) 8vo.
Torren's Essay on the Production of Wealth, 8vo.
Torres' Exposition of the Commerce of Spanish America, 8vo.
Townshend's Historical Collections, folio.
Tracts, Britain and America, by Warville and Sinclair, 12mo.
Tracts, Politics of America, by Burke, Knox, &c, 8vo.
Tracts, Britain and America, by Rice, 8vo.
Tracts, Britain and America, and on the Colonization of the
Free States of Antiquity, 4to.
Tracts on American Commerce, to wit: Memoire pour des
Negocians de l'Orient, 4to.
Tracts on American Commerce, 1783-'7, to wit: Sheffield,
1st edition; Ruston, Swan, and Coxe, 8vo.
Tracts, on the Commerce, &c, of the United States, 8vo.
Tracts on Commerce, Dupont, &c, and Notes by Dr. Frank
lin, 8vo.
Tracts on Liberty and Slavery, 8vo; sc Miller, Buchanan,
Webster, Tucker.
Tracts on the English Foreign Possessions, 8vo.
Tracts on Banks and Paper Money, to wit: Wilson, Morris,
Paine, 8vo.
Tracts on Constitutional Questions, by Hawles, Atkyns,
Mackworth, and others, folio.
Tracts on English Politics, 1780-'84, 8vo.
Tracts on English Politics, 1785-'87.
Tracts on English Finance, by the Earl of Stair and Mr.
Crauford, 8vo.

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Tracts—King and Parliament, 8vo.
Tracts—Sur les Etats Généraux, 8vo.
Tracts—Sur les Etats Généraux, 8vo.
Tracts—French Colonies, 4to.
Tracts on the French East India Company, 4to.
Tracts—to wit: Comtes Rendus de 1758 a 1788, 2 v. 4to.
Tracts—Foreign Politics, to wit: Mirabeau, D'lvernois, Alfieri, &c, 8vo.
Tracts—Political, French, 8vo.
Tracts—Political, French, 4to.
Tracts on Money, French, 8vo.
Tracts, Foreign, to wit: Contrainte par Corps, Attérissemens
de Gironde, Rohan, La Motte, &c , 8vo.
Tracts, Political.—Sur les Ligues des Achéens, des Suisses, et
des P. U. ; and De Lolme on the Union, 12mo.
Tracy's Treatise on Political Economy, 8vo.
Traité d'Economie Politique, par Say, 2 v. 8vo.
Traité des Monnaies, par Bonneville, folio.
Traités de Législation, Civile et Pénale, par J. Bentham. 3 v.
8vo.
Triomphe du Nouveau Monde, 2 v. in 1 , 8vo.
Triomphe du Nouveau Monde, 2 v. in 1, 8vo.
True Briton, 2 v. 8vo.
Tucker on Trade, 12mo.
Tyrrell's Bibliotheca Politica, folio.
Ueber Nordamerika und Demokratie, 1782, 12mo.
United States' Claims on France, 8vo.
Universal Merchant, by Alldridge, 8vo.
by Horsley, 4to.
Utariz' Theory and Practice of Commerce and Maritime Af
fairs, 2 v. 8vo. (2 copies. )
Vanderlint's Money Answers all Things, 8vo.
Voltaire sur Beccaria, 8vo.
Votes of the British House of Commons, 1727, folio.
Votes of the Bïitish House of Commons, 1726—1745, folio.
Votes of the House of Assembly of Jamaica, from 1798 to
1826, 28 v. folio.
Wait and Son's American State Papers, from 1789 to 1818,
12 v. 8vo.
Walsh's Appeal respecting the United States of America, 8vo.
Letter on the Genius of the French Government, 8vo.
Walton's Exposé on the Dissentions of Spanish America, 8vo.
Warville des Loix Criminelles, 2 v. 8vo.
Washington's Valedictory, 8vo.
Watterston and Van Zandt's Tabular Statistical Views of the
Commerce, &c of the United States, 4to.
Wheatley's Essay on the Theory of Money, 4to.
Wilkinson's Memoirs, 8vo.

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J. 107
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Williams' Claims of ,Literature, 8vo.
Lectures on .Montesquieu's Political Principles, 8vo.
Wilmot's Views of the Losses oi American Loyalists, 8vo.
Wyvill's Political Papers, 4 v. 8vo.
Xenophontis Lacedaemoniorum Republica, Gr. Lat., Foul.,
12mo.
J. 2 Xenophontis (Economica, Agesilaus, Hieron, Lacedaemoni
orum et Atheniensium Politic, Gr., 12mo.
453a Yates' Essays on Currency and Circulation, 8vo.
340 Yeates' Secret Debates on the Federal Constitution, 8vo.
J. 131 Zimmerman's Political Survey of Europe, 8vo.

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ARITHMETIC.
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Bossut's History of Mathematics, 8vo.
Callet's Tables of Logarithms, 8vo. (stereotype.)
Castaing's Interest Book, 24s.
Cocker's Arithmetic, 12mo.
Cours de Mathematiques a l'usage de l'Artillerie, par Bezout,
4v. 8vo.
la Marine, par Bezout,
6 v. in 5, 8vo.
Cours de Mathematiques de Wolf, 3 v. 8vo.
De Moivre's Doctrine of Chances, 4to.
Diophanti Arithmetica et Numeri Multanguli, Gr. Lat., Bacheti, folio; Paris, 1621.
Dupin's Mathematics practically applied to the Useful and
Fine Arts, adapted to the State of the Arts in England,
by G. Birkbeck, 8vo.
Emerson's Algebra, 8vo.
Fluxions, 8vo.
Gregory's Mathematics for Practical Men, 8vo.
Hassler's Elements of Arithmetic, 12mo. (present.)
Logarithmic and Trigonometric Tables, 12 mo. (pres. )
Hewitt's Tables of Interest, 16s.

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Histoire des Mathematiques de Montitela et de la Lande,*4 v
4to.
Histoire Generate des Mathematiques, par Bossut, 2 v. 8vo.
Holiday's Fluxions, 8vo.
Hutton's Course of Mathematics, by Adrain, 2 v. 8vo.
Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, 2 v. 4to.
Mathematical Tables, 8vo.
Recreations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy
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5v. 8vo.
L'Analyse de la Probability des Decisions, par Condorcet, 4to.
Lacroix's Elementary Treatise on Differential and Integral
Calculus, 8vo.
Les Changes Faits de la Barthe, 24s.
McLaurin's Algebra, 8vo.
Malcolm's System of Arithmetic, p. 4to.
Masere's Principles of Life Annuities, 4to.
Mathematical Tracts, to wit: Ricard, and Solutions of Ques
tions, 8vo.
Memoires Mathematiques de Diderot, 12mo.
Milne on Life Annuities and Assurances, 2 v. 8vo.
Newton's (Sir Isaac) Tables for the Renewal of Leases, 12mo.
Universal Arithmetic, 8vo.
Nicholson's Popular Course of Pure and Mixed Mathematics.
8vo.
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Key to ditto, 8vo.
Pike's Arithmetic, 8vo.
Playfair's Dissertations, 8vo.
Potter's Mathematics, 8vo.
Price on Annuities, 8vo.
Rankin on Life Assurances and Annuities, 8vo.
Reeker's Decimal Tables of Interest, 8vo.
Rowlett's Tables of Discount, 4to.
Tables of Discount, (second edition,) 4to.
Saunderson's Algebra, 2 v. 4to.
Fluxions, 8vo.
Simpson's Algebra, 8vo.
Doctrine and Application of Fluxions, 8vo.
Tracts in Arithmetic, to wit: The Arenarius of Archimedes —
Clavius on the Possibility of Numbering the Sands
Tes
tament de Fortune Ricard, 8vo.
«raitf, Elfementaire de Mathematiques, par le Moine, 8vo.
Ward's Algebra, 8vo.
Mathematics, 8vo.

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Archimedis Arenarius et Dimensio Circuli, Gr. Lat., Wallisii,
12mo. Opera, CommentariisEutociiAscalonitae,Gr. Lat.,

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Bowditch's New American Practical Navigator, 8vo.
Budge's Practical Miner's Guide, 8vo. (2 copies. )
Clendinin's Practical Surveyor's Assistant, p. 4to.
De Brahm's Levelling Balance and Zonical Tables, folio.
De l'Hospital: Sections Coniques, 4to.
Géométrie de
Descriptive,
Le Clerc, par
8vo;G.Paris,
Monge,
1774.
avec un Supplément,
par M. Hachette, 4to.
Gibson's Surveying, 8vo.
Gregory's Practical Geometry, 8vo.
Hassler's Elements of the Geometry of Planes and Solids,
8vo. (2 copies.)
Histoire des Recherches sur la Quadrature du Cercle, par
Montucla, 12mo.
Mudgeand Dalby's Trigonometrical Survey of England and
Wales, 3 v. 4to.
Playfair's Elements of Geometry, 8vo.
Proclus's Philosophical and Mathematical Commentaries, 2 v.
4to; London, 1792.
Reine Elementar-Mathematik, von Dr. J. C. Fischer, 8vo;
2 copies. (present.)
Simpson's Euclid, 4to.
Tacquet's Euclid, 8vo.
Treatise on Guaging, by T. Moss, 8vo.
Trevigar Sectionum Conicarum Elementa, 4to.

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PHYSICO-MATHEMATICS.

MECHANICS—STATICS—DYNAMICS—PNEUMATICSPHONICS—OPTICS.

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Adams' Essay on Vision, 8vo.
Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy,
5 v. 8vo.
American Philosophical Transactions, from 1768 to 1797, 5
v. 4to.
The same, from 1768 to 1808, 6 v. 4to.
The same, new series, 2 v. 4to.
Architecture Hydraulique, par M. Belidor, 4 v. 4to.
Bailey's Machines, 2 v. 4to.
Boyle's Works, 5 v. folio.
Brunton's Compendium of Mechanics, 8vo.
Clare on Fluids, 8vo.
Davy's (Humphrey) Discourses, delivered before the Royal
Society, 4to.
D. Bernoulli Hydrodynamica, 4to.
Derham's Physico and Astro-Theology, 2 v. 8vo.
Desagulier's Experimental Philosophy, 2 v. 4to.
Descartes Principia Philosophiae et Metaphysical, p. 4to.
Ferguson's Lectures in Mechanics, 8vo.
Gregory's Treatise of Mechanics, with plates, 3 v. 8vo.
Helsham's Lectures in Mechanics, 8vo.
Hydraulique de Du Buat, 2 v. 8vo.
Imison's Science and Art, 2 v. 8vo.
Keill Introductio ad Physicam, 8vo.
Lettres d'Euler de Physique et de Philosophic, par Condorcet, 3 v. 12mo.
M'Laurin's Account of Newton's Philosophical Discoveries,
8vo.
Mansfield's Essays, Mathematical and Physical, 8vo.
Martin's Philosophia Britannica, 3 v. 8vo.
Philosophical Grammar, 8vo.
Mechanique Analytique, par la Grange, 4to.
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Mecanique Philosophique, par Prony, 4to.
Memoires de Physique de la Societe d'Arcueil, de l'Annee
1809, 8vo.
Memoires Physiques de Dupont, 8vo.
Memoirs of the American Academy of Arts and Science?
4 v. 4to. (present.)
Mussenbroek, Cours de Physique Experimentale et MathGmatique, par Sigaud, 3 v. 4to.
Newtoni Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, Com
ment. Le Seur et Jacquier, 3 v. 4to.
Newton's Optics, 8vo.
Principia, translated by Motte, with Notes by Em
erson and Machin, 3 v. 8vo.
Nicholson's Introduction to Natural Philosophy, 2 v. 8vo.
Nouvelle Architecture Hydraulique, par M. De Prony, 2 v.
4to.
Pamphlets on subjects of Natural Philosophy, 8vo.
Pemberton's View of Newton's Philosophy, 4to.
Philosophical Tracts, 9 v. 4to.
Philosophical Transactions, vol. 74th, part 2d, 4to.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London,
from their commencement in 1665, to the year 1800,
(abridged,) 18 v. 4to. (2 copies.)
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London,
from 1801 to 1828, 29 v. 4to.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London,
66 v. 4to.
Philosophy in Sport, 3 v. 12mo.
Precis Elementaire de Physique Experimentale, 2 v. 8vo.
Recueil de Mechanique, par Person, 4to.
Renwick's Outlines of Natural Philosophy, 2 v. in 1, 8vo.
(present.)
Report on the Canal botween Forth and Clyde, pamphlet, 4to.
Robinson's System of Mechanical Philosophy, 5 v. 8vo.
Tracts on Weights and Measures, 8vo.
Traite Elementaire des Machines, par M. Hachette, 4to.
Transactions of the Irish Academy, 6 v. 4to.
Transactions of the Literary and Philosophical Society of N.
York, 4to; 1st v. 1815.
Webster's Elements of Natural Philosophy, 8vo.
White's SHew Century of Inventions, 4to.

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Adams' Practical Astronomy, 8vo.
Aspin's Treatise on Astronomy, and Urania's Mirror, 8to.
Atlas Celeste, ob. fol.
Brent's Compendious Astronomer, 8vo.
Clarke's Seaman's Desiderata, by Garnett, p. 4to.
Cometographie de Pingre, 2 v. in 1, 4to.
Connoissance des Temps, pour 1777, 78, 81, 84, 85, 86, 87,
88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 1800, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 3;
23 v. 8vo.
Derham's Astro-Theology, 8vo.
De la Lande: Astronomie, 4 v. 4to.
Deux Voyages faites en Allemagne, par Cassini, 4to.
Exposition du Systeme du Monde, par Laplace, 2 v. 8vo.
Etat des Etoiles Fixes de Ptolomee, par Montignot, Gr Fr 4to.
Fixarum Praecipuarum Catalogus Novus, De Zaeh, 4to; Gothae,
1792.
Figura Telluris de Maupertuis, 12mo.
Ferguson's Astronomy, 4to.
Gadbury's Doctrine of Nativities, p. fol.
Garnett's Requisite Tables, 8vo.
Green's Astronomical Recreations, 4to.
Gregory's Astronomy, 2 v. 8vo.
Astronomical and Philosophical Lessons, 12mo.
Hassler's Popular Exposition of the System of the Universe,
8vo.
Hugenii Cosmotheoros, p. 4to.
Institutions Astronomiques de la Monnier, 4to.
Keill's Astronomy, 8vo.
Kitchiner on Telescopes, 8vo.
Kunze's Table of New Construction for Calculating the Eclipse
of the Sun in 1806, 8vo.
La Figure de la Terre, par Bouguer, 4to.
La Plurality des Mondes, par Fontanelle, 12mo.
Machan's Mental Astronomer, 8vo.
Mackay's Theory and Practice of finding the Longitude at Sea
or Land, 2 v. in 1, 8vo.
Theory and Practice of finding the Longitude at.
Sea or Land, 2 v. 8vo; 3d edition, Lond. 1810.

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41
J. 19
J. 24
J. 37
25
5
J. 26
29
J. 48
J. 7
J. 36
J. 44
51
J. 15
J. 21
18
J. 11
3
J. 34

Mecanique Celeste, par Laplace, trans. by Bowditch, 1st v.
4to.
Morden's Introduction to Astronomy, 8vo.
Nautical Almanacs, from 1786 to 1790, and from 1793 to
1814, 19 v. 8vo.
Opere di Galilei, 3 v. 4to.
Parry's Nautical Astronomy by Night, 4to.
Prior's Lectures on Astronomy, 8vo.
Requisite Tables for the Nautical Ephemeris, 8vo.
Riddle's Treatise on Navigation and Nautical Astronomy, 8vo.
Sturmy's Mariner's Magazine, p. fol.
Tracts in Astronomy, to wit: Strong's Astronomical Lectures,
Clap on Comets and Meteors, 12mo.
Tychonis Brahe Opera, 4to.
Uranographie de Vaugondy, 4to, avec deux cartes Celestes,
pamphlet.
Vince's Complete System of Astronomy, 3 v. 4to.
Voyage de Rochon aux Indes Orient, et en Afrique pour l'Observation des Longitudes, 8vo.
Wakeley's Mariner's Compass, 8vo.
Wallace's New Treatise on the Use of the Globes and Practi
cal Astronomy, 8vo.
Whiston's Astronomy, 8vo.
Wonders of the Heavens, 12mo.
Woodward on the Sun, 8vo.

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GENERAL.
J. 419
J. 675
J. 676
12
412

Anson's Voyage round the World, 8vo.
Atlas, by Arrowsmith and Lewis, 4to.
Atlas Portatif de Grenet et Bonne, 4to.
Barrington's New South Wales, 12mo.
Barrow's Chronological History of Voyages into the Arctic
Regions, 8vo.
665 Brooke's Universal Gazetteer, by Darby, 8vo.
694 Broughton's (W. R. ) Voyage to the North Pacific Ocean, 4to.
429 Burney's Chronological History of North-eastern Voyages of
Discovery, 8vo.

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of the late President Jeffebsos, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

680 Burney's Chronological History of the Voyages and Discove
ries in the South Sea, 5 v. 4to.
J. 671 Busching's System of Geography, 6 v. 4to.
693 Byron's Voyage to the Sandwich Islands, 1824 & 1825, 4to.
J.
3 Cluverii Geographia, 24s; Amst. 1659.
4
16s; Traj. ad Rhenum, 1717.
J. O. Collection of Maps, Geographical, gr. folio.
J. P. Collection of Plans of Towns, gr. folio.
682 Collection of Voyages and Discoveries made by the Portu
guese and Spaniards, during the 15th and 16th Centuries,
4to.
J. 398 Collection of Voyages to the Southern Hemisphere, 2 v. 8vo.
690 Collins' Account of the English Colony of New South Wales,
from its settlement in 1788, to August 1801, 4to; Lond.
1804.
J. 435 Cook's Last Voyage, (3d,) 4 v. 8vo; [published by Govern
ment.]
Last Voyage, 1776-'9, anonymous, 8vo.
J. 434
422 Coxe's Account of Russian Discoveries, 8vo.
407 Cruise's Residence in New Zealand, 8vo.
14 Cunningham's Two Years in New South Wales, 2 v. 8vo.
13 Curr's Account of Van Diemen's Land, 12mo.
396 D'Anville's Ancient Geography, first American ed. 2 v. 8vo.
666 Darby's Universal Gazetteer, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1827.
J. 700 Delle Navigazioni e Viaggi raccolte da Ramusio, 3 v. folio.
J. 395 Dionysii Geographia, Gr. Lat. Wells, 8vo.
J. 394 Dionysii Orbis Descriptio, Gr. Lat. Hill, 8vo.
J. 10 Echard's Classical Geographical Dictionary, l2mo.
J. 408 Eden's History of New Holland, &c„ 8vo.
416 Edinburgh Gazetteer, 6 v. 8vo.
J. 436 Ellis's Narrative of Cook's (3d) Voyage, 2 v. 8vo.
812 Finley's General Atlas, folio.
692 Flinder's Voyage to Terra Australis, 2 v. 4to.
SS. Plates to ditto, gr. folio.
704 Forster's History of Voyages to the North, 4to.
430 Franklin's Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar
Sea, 8vo.
431
of a 2d Journey to the Polar Sea, 8vo.
696
of his 1st and 2d Voyages to the Polar
Sea, 2 v. 4to.
405 Geographical Memoirs on New South Wales, by Various
Hands, 8vo.
J. 7 Geographie Ancienne et Moderne de Grenet, 12mo.
J. 6 Geographie de Robbe, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 672 Guthrie's Geography, 2 v. 4to.
683 Hakluyt's Collection of Voyages, 5 v. 4to.

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[Chapter 29.

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684

Hakluyt's Selection of Voyages and Discoveries, a Supple
ment, 4to.
J. 698
Voyages, 1st edition, folio.
J. 8 1 4 Harris's Voyages, 2 v. folio.
• J. 433 Hawkesworth's Account of Byron's, Wallace's, Carteret's,
and Cook's 2d Voyages, 4 v. 8vo.
J. 807 Heylin's Cosmography, folio.
J. 689 Histoire des Navigations aux Terres Australes, 2 v. 4to.
400 Hunter's Journal at Port Jackson, 8vo.
688 Jeffery's Great Probability of a Northwest Passage, 4to.
15 Journal of a Tour round Hawaii, 8vo.
437 Kerr's History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, with
Stevenson's Sketch, 18 v. 8vo.
436a Kotzebue's Voyage of Discovery into the South Sea, 3 v. 8vo.
V. Krusenstern: Atlas de l'Ocean Pacifique, gr. fol.
703
Memoires Hydrographiques, 4to.
685
Reise urn die Welt, in den Jahren 1803, 1804,
1805, und 1806, 3 v. 4to.
686
Voyage round the World, tr. from the Ger
man, 4to.
423 LangsdorfF's Voyages and Travels in Various Parts of the
World, 8vo.
426 La Perouse's Voyages around the World, 3 v. 8vo.
J. 97 Ledyard's Account of Cook's Last Voyage, 12mo; Hartford,
1783.
687 Lisiansky's Voyage round the World, 4to.
421 Lithgow's Travels through Europe, Asia, and Africa, 8vo.
811 Lucas's Cabinet Atlas, folio.
432 Lyon's Narrative of an Unsuccessful Attempt to reach Re
pulse Bay, 8vo.
17
Private Journal of a Voyage of Discovery under
Capt. Parry, 12mo.
669 Malte Brun's Universal Geography, 3 v. 8vo. (2 copies.)
678
Atlas to
do.
4to. (2 copies.)
427 Mariner's Account of the Natives of Tonga Islands, 2 v. 8vo.
11 Mayo's Epitome of Profane Geography, 12mo.
822
Colored Map to
do.
4to.
670 Melish's Geographical Description of the World, 8vo.
J. 808 Moll's Geography, folio.
664 Morse's Universal Gazetteer, 8vo.
663
Universal Geography, 8vo. (present.)
413 Narrative of Four Years' Residence at Tongataboo, 8vo.
681 New Collection of Voyages and Travels, 4 v. 4to; 1745.
406 Nicholas's Voyage to New Zealand, 2 v, 8vo.
691 Oxley's Two Expeditions in New South Wales, 4to.
428 Parry's Journal of a Voyage of Discovery, 8vo.
697
Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage
from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, (1st, 2d, 3d, and
4th Voyages,) 4 v. 4to.

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of the late President Jeffebson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

403
J. 420
679
668
J. 673
AA.
J.
1
411
J.
8
3. 699
401
809
695
425
424
J. 417
410
J.
J.

2
9
415

J. 806
J. 701
J. BB.
CC.
J.
5
418
402
414
J. 674
J. 397
810
409
J. DD.
404
399
667

Phillip's Voyage to Botany Bay, 8vo.
Phipp's Voyage towards the North Pole, in 1773, 8vo.
Pinkerton's General Collection of Voyages and Travels,
6 v. 4to.
Geography, 2 v. 8vo.
Geography, 2 v. 4to.
Modern Atlas, gr. folio.
Pomponius Mela de Situ Orbis, 12mo; Lugd. Bat. 1743.
Porter's Journal, 2d ed. 2 v. 8vo. (present.)
Principes de Geographie, par Le Moine, 12mo.
Purchas's Pilgrimage, p. folio.
Reid's Two Voyages to New South Wales, 8vo.
Roberts' Map of Commerce, folio.
Ross's Voyage of Discovery, 4to.
Scoresby's Account of the Arctic Regions, 2 v. 8vo.
Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale
Fishery, 8vo.
Scott's Universal Gazetteer, 4 v. 8vo.
Shillibeer's Narrative of the Briton's Voyage to Pitcairn's
Island, 8vo.
Solinus Polyhistor, 12mo; Lipsiae, 1777.
Spafford's General Geography, 12mo.
Stevenson's Historical Sketch of the Progress of Discovery,
Navigation, and Commerce, 8vo; Kdinb. 1824.
Strabo, Gr. Lat. Casauboni, folio.
Tableau Topographique et Politique de la Siberie, de la Chine,
de l'Asie, et de l'Amerique, par Cordier de Launay, 4to.
Tables G6ographiques de Sanson, gr. folio.
Tanner's Atlas, gr. folio.
Theatre de l'Univers de Chateaunieres, 3me v. p. 8vo.
Tuckey's Maritime Geography, 4 v. 8vo.
Voyage to New South Wales, 8vo.
Vancouver's Voyage round the World, 6 v. 8vo.
Veteris Orbis Tabulae Geographies; Amstelodami, Covens
& Mortier, folio.
Voyages autour du Monde, par M. De Pages, 2 v. 8vo.
Voyage autour du Monde, par L. Choris, folio.
Weddell's Voyage towards the South Pole, 1822 and 1824,
8vo.
Wells' Maps of Ancient and Present Geography, gr. folio.
Wentworth's Statistical Account of Australasia, 2 v. 8vo.
Widowson's Present State of Van Diemen's Land, 8vo; Lond.
1829.
Worcester's Universal Gazetteer, 2 v. 8vo.

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EUROPE.
723 Acerbi's Travels through Sweden, Finland, and Lapland, 4to.
J. 64 Addison's Remarks on several parts of Italy, 12mo.
J. 37 Almanach du Voyageur a Paris, de 1785, 12mo. (2 copies.)
J. 25 Ambulator, 12 mo.
87a Anderson's Tour in Zealand, 12mo.
J. 656b Antonini Iter, by Gale, 4to.
499 Aufrere's translation of Ulysses' Travels through the King
dom of Naples, 8vo.
J. 655 Austin's Letters from London, 1802-'3, 8vo.
101 Autumn in Greece, by H. L. Bulwer, 12mo.
27 Babylon the Great, 2 v. 12mo.
500 Barthelemy's Travels in Italy, 8vo.
K 2 Beaumont's Travels through the Lepontine Alps, folio.
71 Bell's Observations on Italy, 8vo.
83 Bernard's Tour through France, Switzerland, Savoy, &c
12mo.
507 Blaquiere's Letters from the Mediterranean, 2 v. 8vo.
724 Boisgelin's Travels through Denmark and Sweden, 2 v. 4to.
706 Borlase's Observations on the Ancient and Present State of
the Islands of Scilly, 4to; Oxford, 1756.
711 Bowditch's Excursions in Madeira and Porto Santo, 4to.
477 Bramsen's Remarks on the North of Spain, 8vo.
546
Tour through Sweden, Prussia, &c, 2 v. 8vo.
20 Brayley's Isle of Thanet and the Cinque Ports, 12mo.
729 Bright's Travels through Lower Hungary, 4to.
725 Brooke's Travels through Sweden, Norway, and Finmark,
4to.
727
Winter in Lapland and Sweden, 4to.
473 Broughton's Letters from Portugal, Spain, and France, 8vo.
63 Brydone's Tour through Sicily and Malta, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 65 Burnet's Travels, 12mo.
47 Bygge's Travels in the French Republic, 12mo.
502 Cadell's Journey in Carniola and Italy, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 41 Caractere et Moeurs des Anglois et Francois, 12mo.
707 Carr's Stranger in France, 4to.
528
Tour through Holland, 8vo.
441 Carter's Letters from Europe, comprising a Journal of a Tour
through Great Britain, France, &c, 2 v. 8vo.
23 Cary's New Itinerary, 8vo.
569 Chateaubriand's Travels in Greece, &c, 8vo.
496 Chateauvieux' Italy, 8vo.
514 Cockburn's Voyages to Cadiz, Gibraltar, Sicily, and Malta, in
1810 and 1811, 2 v. 8vo.
721a Costume of the Russian Empire, by Ed. Harding, 4to._
35 Coxe's Guide through France, 12mo.
58
Picture of Italy, 12mo.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchase! by Congress in 1815.

J. 479
79
538

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

491
38
708
67
16
40

J.

39
72
73
516
32
463
475
553
556
24
J. 540a
508
551
552
5S0
468
494
457
J. 43
44
81
734
738
737
518
489
105
536
440
J. 60
482
536
558
36

Coxe's Sketches of Switzerland, 8vo.
Traveller's Guide in Switzerland, 12mo.
Travels in Poland, Russia, Sweden, and Denmark, 5
v 8vo.
Cramer's Description of Ancient Italy, with Map, 2 v. 8vo.
Curiosites de Paris, par Dulaure, 12mo.
Dalrymple's Travels through Spain and Portugal, 4to.
Description de Genes, 12mo.
Description de l'Islande de Horrebow, 2 v. 12mo.
Description Historique de Paris, par Piganiol de la Force,
10 v. 12mo.
Description Universel dela France, par de Hesseln, 6 v. 12mo.
Diary of an Ennuyee, 12mo.
of an Invalid, by H. Matthews, 12mo.
-•
of Henry Teonge, 1675—1679, 8vo.
Dicey's Historical Account of Guernsey, 12mo.
Didier's Letters from Paris, 8vo.
Doblado's Letters from Spain, 8vo.
Edmonston's View of the Zetland Islands, 2 v. 8vo.
Egede's Description of Greenland, 8vo.
Espriella's Letters from England, 2 v. 12mo.
Essai sur la Turquie, 8vo.
Eustace's Classical Tour through Italy, 2 v. 8vo.
Everest's Journey through Norway, Lapland, and part of
Sweden, 8vo.
Feldberg's Denmark Delineated, 8vo.
Fell's Tour through the Batavian Republic, 8vo.
Forbes' Letters from France, 2 v. 8vo.
Forsyth's Remarks on Italy, 8vo.
Four Years in France, 8vo
Fragments sur Paris, par Meyer, 2 v. 12mo; 1798.
Fragments sur Paris, par Meyer, 2 v. 12mo; 1798.
Galignani's Traveller's Guide through Holland, 12mo.
Galt's Voyages and Travels, 4to.
Gell's Geography and Antiquities of Ithica, 4to.
Itinerary of Greece, 4to.
Tour in the Morea, 8vo.
Gilly's Excursion to the Mountains of Piemont, 8vo.
Glen's Tour from Astrachan to Karass, 12mo.
Granville's Travels to and from St. Petersburg, 2 v. 8vo.
Griseomb's Year in Europe, 2 v 8vo.
Guide pour le Voyage d'ltalie en Poste, 12mo.
Hardy's Picturesque and Descriptive Tour in the High Py
renees, 8vo.
Henderson's Biblical Researches and Travels in Russia, 8vo.
Journal of a Residence in Iceland in 1814 and '15.
2 v- 8vo.
Herve's Guide to Paris, 12mo.
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438
459
718
715
509
525
739
466
545
76
733
559
22
J. 470
506
498
J. 78
709
543
542
549
467
82
458
J. 532
J. U

J.

J.
J.
J.
J.

472
98
461
495
88
773
492
739a
49
48
469
527
19
I8

Historical and Literary Tour in England and Scotland, 2 v.
8vo.
History of Paris, 3 v. 8vo.
History of the Azores, or Western Islands, 4to.
Hoare's Classical Tour through Italy and Sicily, 4to.
Hobhouse's Historical Illustrations of the 4th Canto of Childe
Harold, 8vo.
Journey through Albania, &c, 2 v. 8vo.
Plates to a Journey through Albania, 4to.
Letters from Paris, 8vo.
Hodgskin's Travels in the North of Germany, 2 v. 8vo.
Hogg's Two Hundred and Nine Days on the Continent, 2 v.
8vo.
Holland's Travels in the Ionian Islands, &c, 4to.
Hooker's Tour in Iceland, 2 v. 8vo.

Hughson's Walks through London, 24s.
Introduccion a la Historia Natural, y k la Geografia Fisica de
Espana, por Bowles, p. 4to.
Irvine's Letters on Sicily, 8vo; London, 1813.
Italy As It Is, 8vo; London, 1828.
Itineraire des Routes, par Dutens, 12mo.
Jacob's Travels in the South of Spain, 4to.
James' Tour in Germany, Sweden , Russia, and Poland, 2 v.
8vo.
Johnston's Travels through part of the Russian Empire, &c,
8vo.
Jones' Travels in Norway, Sweden, Finland, &c , 2 v. 8vo.
Jorgenson's Travels through France and Germany, 8vo.
Journal of a Tour through the Netherlands to Paris, in 1821,
8vo.
Journey through France and Italy, 8vo.
Keysler's Travels, 4 v. 8vo.
Koop's 10 Maps of the Rhine, the Maese, and the Scheldt, gr.
folio.
Laborde's View of Spain, 5 v. 8vo.
Lady Montague's Letters, 12mo.
Lady Morgan's France, 8vo.
Italy, 2 v. 8vo.
Laing's Voyage to Spitzbergen, 12mo.
Laurent's Classical Tour in Greece, 4to.
Leake's Topography of Athens, 8vo.
Plates to do. 4to.
L'Espion Anglois, 10 v. 12mo.
L'Espion Chinois, 6 v. 12mo.
L'Espion du Boulevard du Temple, 8vo.
Le Guide d'Amsterdam, 8vo.
Leigh's New Atlas of England and Wales, 12mo.
New Picture of England and Wales, 12mo.

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of the late President Jeffersost, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

21
J. 50
462
J. 451
444
554
719
537
86
728
772
484
448
J. 533
736
J. 716
J. 540
J. 51
485
481
73a
439
J. 68
61
720
465
J. 805
J. 522
526
453
23
656
34
452
721
710
474
488
J. 740
654

Leigh's New Picture of London, 24s.
Les Entretiens de l'Autre Monde, 2 v. 12mo.
Letters from Geneva and France, 2 v. 8vo.
Letters on the North, 2d v. 8vo.
Lettres sur l'Angleterre, par A. de Stae'l Holstein, 8vo.
Linnaeus's Tour in Lapland, tr. by J. E. Smith, 2 v. 8vo.
Lyall's Character of the Russians, and History of Moscow, 4to.
Travels in Russia, 2 v. 8vo.
Macdonald's Tour through Denmark and Sweden, 2 v. 12mo.
Mackenzie's Travels in Iceland, 4to.
Macmichael's Journey from Moscow to Constantinople, 4to.
Macneven's Switzerland, 8vo.
Malcolm's Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London
during the 18th Century, 2 v. 8vo.
Marshall's Travels, 3 v. 8vo.
Martin-Leake's Researches in Greece, 4to.
Memoire Idraulico-Storiche sopra la Val di Chiana, compilate dal Cavaliere V. Fossombroni, 4to.
Memoires du Baron de Tott sur les Turcs et les Tartares, 2 v.
8vo.
M6moires Secrets d'un Observateur en France, tome 22me
au 30me, 9 v. 12mo.
Milford's Observations, Moral, Literary, and Antiquarian,
2 v. 8vo.
Naples, and the Campagna Felice, 8vo. (2 copies.)
Narrative of a Journey to the Summit of Mont Blanc, made
in July, 1819, by Dr. Wm. Howard, 12mo; Balt. 1821.
(present. )
Noah's Travels in England, France, Spain, Sua., 8vo.
Nuova Guida di Milano, 12ma.
Observations on a Journey to Naples, 12mo.
Pallas's Travels in Russia, 2 v. 4to.
Paul's Letters to his Kinsfolk, 8vo.
Pausaniae Graeciae Descriptio, Gr. Lat. Xylandri, fol. ; Francofurti, 1583.
Pausanius's Description of Greece, tr. by Taylor, 3 v. 8vo.
Pennington's Journey into Various Parts of Europe, 2 v. 8vo.
Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk, 8vo.
Picture of London, 24s.
Picturesque Views of the Severn, with Plates, 8vo.
Planta's New Picture of Paris, 24s.
Playfair's Geographical and Statistical Description of Scotland,
2 v. 8vo.
Porter's Travels in Russia and Sweden, 2 v. 4to.
Portugal Illustrated, by W. M. Kinsey, p. 4to; 1828.
Quin's Visit to Spain in 1822-'3, 8vo.
Ramond's Travels in the Pyrenees, by Gold, 8vo.
Randolph's Account of the Morea and Archipelago in 1 687,4to.
Real Life in London, 2 v. 8vo.

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84
85
5S
32
80
75
544
445
J. 767
70
521
510
712
45
56
55
87
30
480
503
450
29
33
100
556
455
550
714
511
517
821
54'
505
J. 557
77
J. 656a
493
515
S 2
504
547

Reichard's Itinerary of Denmark, 12mo.
Germany, l2mo.
Italy, 12mo.
Spain and Portugal, 24s.
Romberg's Stranger's Guide through Brussels, 24s.
Rome in the Nineteenth Century, 2 v. 8vo.
Russell's Tour in Germany in 1620-'21-'22, 8vo.
Saint Fond's Travels in England, &c, 2 v. 8vo.
Sandy's Travels into Italy, Greece, Turkey, the Holy Land,
and Egypt, folio.
Sass's Journey to Rome and Naples, 12mo.
Savary's Letters on Greece, 8vo.
Scenes and Impressions in Egypt and Italy, 8vo.
Schoberl's Picturesque Tour from Geneva to Milan, by the
way of Simplon, p. 4to.
Scott's Paris Revisited, 12mo.
Semple's Journey through Spain, &c, 2 v. 12mo.
Second Journey through Spain, &c. 12mo.
Tour from Hamburg to Gottenburg, 12mo.
Silliman's Travels in England, Holland, and Scotland, 3 v.
12mo.
Simond's Switzerland, 2 v. 8vo.
Tour in Italy and Sicily, 8vo.
Travels in England, 2 v. 8vo. (2 copies.)
Sketch of Old England, by a New Englandman, 2 v. 8vo.
Sketches in Ireland, 12 mo.
Sketches of a Naval Life, 2 v. 12mo.
Skioldebrand's Journey to the North Cape, 8vo.
Skrine's Account of the Rivers in Great Britain, 8vo.
Smith's Notes of a Tour in the Northern Countries of Europe,
with Observations on the Foreign Corn Trade, 8vo.
Smyth's Memoir of Sicily and its Islands, 4to. (2 copies.)
Sketch of Sardinia, 8vo. (2 copies.)
Sonini's Travels in Greece and Turkey, 2 v. 8vo.
Plates to ditto, 4to.
Southey's Letters from Spain and Portugal, 2 v. 12mo.
Spallanzani's Travels in the Two Sicilies, 4 v. 8vo.
Specimen Islandiae Historicum et Chorographicum, per Arngrim Jonam,p. 4to; Amst. 1643.
Starke's (Mariana) Information and Directions for Travellers
on the Continent, 8vo.
State (Geographical) of Great Britain, 4to.
Stevenson's Tour in France, Savoy, Italy, Switzerland, Ger
many, &c, 2 v. 8vo.
Swan's Journal of a Voyage up the Mediterranean, 2 v. 8vo.
Swinburne's Picturesque Tour through Spain, folio.
Travels in the Two Sicilies, 2 v. 8vo.
Swinton's Travels in Norway, Denmark, and Russia, 8vo.

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J. 42 Tableau de Paris, de Mercier, 6 v. 12mo.
531 Tennant's Tour through Holland, Germany, &c , 2 v. 8vo.
705 Thompson's Account of Boston, in England, 4to. (present.)
Travels in Sweden, 4to.
722
730 Townson's Travels in Hungary, with a short Account of Vi
enna, in 1793, 4to; London, 1797.
Transalpine Memoirs, or Anecdotes and Observations, 2 v.
12mo.
464 Travels in France, in 1 814-'15, 2 v. 8vo.
454 Troutbeck's Survey of the Scilly Islands, 8vo.
J. 26 Trusler's London Adviser, 12mo.
520 Vaudoncourt's Memoirs on the Ionian Islands, 8vo.
713 Vaughan's View of the State of Sicily in 1809 and 1810, 4to.
497 Venice under the Yoke of France and Austria, and Memoirs
of the Courts, Governments, and People of Italy, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 460 Vie Privee des Francois, par le Grand d'Aussy, 3 v. 8vo.
J. 46 Ville de Nismes, 8vo.
J. 717 Viaggio in Dalmazia dell' Abate Fortis, 4to.
726 Von Buch's Travels through Norway and Lapland, 4to.
J. 487 Voyage dans le Jura, par Lequinio, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 490 Voyage dans les Alpes de Saussure, 4 v. 8vo.
J. 53 Voyage de Figaro en Espagne, 16s.
J. 62 Voyage d'ltalie de Misson, 12mo.
J. 69 Voyage de Terracine a Naples, par Bayard, 12mo.
.1. 59 Voyage d'un Amateur des Arts, 4 v 12mo.
J. 442 Voyage en Angleterre, par Saint Fond, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 443 Voyage en Angleterre, par Pictet. 8vo.
J. 471 Voyage en Espagne de Bourgoyne, 3 v. 8vo.
J. 524 Voyage en Grece et en Turquie, par Sonnini, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 66 Voyage en Italie deM.de la Lande, 9 v. 12mo.
J. 478 Voyage en Portugal, par Link, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 486 Voyage en Suisse, par Mayer, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 523 Voyage Litteraire de la Grece, par Guys, 4 v. 8vo.
J.. 57 Voyages- de Spon et Wheeler, 2 v. 1 6s.
534 Voyages du Professeur Pallas, 8 v. 8vo.
Plates to do. , 4to.
813
102 Waddington's Visit to Greece in 1823-'4, 12mo.
447 Walker's Tour from London to the Lakes, 8vo.
J.. 529 Watson's Tour in Holland, 8vo.
501 Webb'_s Remarks on Picturesque, Moral, and Miscellaneous
Subjects, in Switzerland and Italy, 2 v. 8vo.
657 Weld's Scenery of Killarney, 8vo.
446 White's Letters on England, 8vo.
519 Wilkinson's Account of Wallachia and Moldavia, 8vo.
Tours to the British Mountains, 12mo.
31
483 Williams' Tour in Switzerland, 2 v. 8vo.
Travels in Italy and Greece, 2 v. Svo.
513
548 Wilson's Travels in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, &c, 1825,
6vo.

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541

Wollstonecraft's Letters, written during a short Residence in
Sweden, Norway, and Denmark, 8vo.
456 Wood's Account of the Isle of Man, 8vo.
476 Year in Spain, by an American, 8vo.
480a Yosy's Description of Switzerland, 8vo.
ASIA.
788
777
768
609
794
759
602
565
564
754
766
J. 586
561
801

570
581
J. 585
Q.
800
797
. 599
584
582
786
J. 539
J. 787
578
605
592
610

Abel's Narrative of a Journey in the Interior of China, 4to.
(2 copies.)
Alexander's Travels from India to England, (through Ava,
Persia, and Turkey,) 4to.
Assheton's Scripture Atlas, 4to.
Barrow's Travels in China, 8vo.
:
Voyage to Cochin China, 4to.
Benyowsky's Travels and Memoirs, by himself, 2 v. 4to.
Bernier's Travels in the Mogul Empire, 2 v. 8vo.
Brocquiere's Travels to Palestine in 1432, tr. by Johnes, 8vo.
Buckingham's Travels in Palestine, 2 v. 8vo.
Burckhardt's Notes on the Bedouins and Wahabys, 4to.
Travels in Syria and the Holy Land, 4to.
Capper ori the Passage to India through Egypt, 8vo.
Carne's Letters from the East, 8vo.
Chronicas de la Santa Provincia de S. Gregorio, de las Islas
Philipinas, China, y Japon, por Fr. Juan Francisco de
S. Antonio, 3 v. fol. ; Manila, 1738.
Clarke's Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, 8 v. 8vo.
Cochrane's Narrative of a Pedestrian Journey through Siberia,
&c, 8vo.
Compendio de las Historias de la India Oriental, por Mar
tinez, p. 4to.
Complete East India Pilot, 2 v. gr. fol.
Conquista de las Islas Malucas, al Rey Felipe III., por Bartolome Leonardo de Argensola, folio; Madrid, 1609.
Cordiner's Description of Ceylon, 2 v. 4to.
Voyage to India, 8vo.
Court's Account of the Country of Palembang, 8vo.
Crawford's History of the Indian Archipelago, 3 v. 8vo.
Journal of an Embassy to Cochin China, 4to.
Decouvertes des divers Savans Voyageurs en Russie et en
Perse, 4 v. 8vo.
Description de la Chine, par Grosier, 4to.
Dobell's Travels in Kamtchatka and Siberia; with a Narrative
of a Residence in China, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1830.
Dubois' Description of the Characters, Manners, and Cus
toms of India, 2 v. 8vo.
Duff's History of the Mahrattas, 3 v. 8vo.
Ellis's Journal of the Proceedings of the Embassy to China,
in 1816, 8vo.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

603
802

615
765
796
791
780
759
764
K 3
590
596
789
770
512
782
784
604
761
785
803

804
790
579
588
799

563
778
762
575
781
576

Elphinstone's Account of the Kingdom of Caubul, 2 v. 8vo.
Extracto Historial del Expediente que pende en el Consejo
Real, y Supremo de las Indias, a Instancia de la Ciudad
de Manila, y demas de las Islas Philipinas, folio; Madrid,
1736.
Finlayson's Mission to Siam and Hué, 8vo.
Fitzclarence's Journey from India to England, 4to.
Forbes' Oriental Memoirs, 4 v. 4to.
Forrest's Picturesque Tour along the Ganges and Jumna
Rivers, 4to.
Forster's Journey from Bengal to England, 4to.
Fraser's Travels and Adventures in the Persian Provinces,
4to. (2 copies.)
Tour in the Himala Mountains, 4to.
Gell's Topography of Troy and its Vicinity, folio.
Gilchrist's East India Guide, 8vo.
Gollownin's Captivity in Japan, 2 v. 8vo.
Graham's (Maria) Journal of a Residence in India, 4to.
Griffith's Travels in Europe, Asia Minor, and Arabia, 4to.
Hall's (Basil) Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Co
rea, and the Great Loo-Choo Island, 8vo.
Hamilton's Account of the Kingdom of Nepal, 4to.
Description of Hindostan, 2 v. 4to.
Heber's Narrative of a Journey through the Upper Provinces
of India, 2 v. 8vo.
Heude's Voyage and Journey from India, 4to.
Heyne's Tracts on India, and Description of Sumatra, 4to.
Historia de las Missiones que han hecho los Religiosos de la
Compañía de Jesús, para predicar el Sancto Evangelio en
los Reynos de Japon, por el Padre Luis de Guzman, 2 v.
folio; Alcala, 1601.
Historia de las Islas de Mindanao, Iolo, y sus Islas adjacentes,
por el Padre Francisco Combés, folio; Madrid, 1667.
Hodges' Travels in India, 1780-'83, 4to; London, 1793.
Holderness's (Mary) New Russia, 8vo; London, 1823.
Indian Antiquities, or Dissertations on Hindostan, 7 v. Svo. ,:
Itinerario de las Missiones que hizo el Padre F. Sebastian
Manrique, Missionario Apostolico treze años en varias
Missiones del India Oriental, 4to; Madrid, 1649.
Jollifife's Letters from Palestine and Egypt, 2 v. 8vo.
Keppel's Narrative of a Journey from India to England, 4to.
Kinneir's Geographical Memoirs of the Persian Empire,
4to.
Journal through Asia Minor, 8vo.
Kirkpatrick's Account of the Kingdom of Nepaul, 4to.
Kotzebue's (Capt. ) Narrative of the Russian Embassy to Per
sia, in the year 1817, 8vo; London, 1819.

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818
819
J. 91
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600
J. 572
611
568
795
X.
567
577
758
J. 702
583
776
793
749
816
815
763
758
J. 96'

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

783
566
562
591
589
608
595
560
792
732
103
607
92
572
584
93
817
89

Leake's Tour in Asia Minor, 8vo.
Le Bruyn's Travels into Muscovy, Persia, &c, folio; 1737.
Voyage to the Levant, folio; 1702.
LeCompte: Memoires sur la Chine, 2 v. in 1, 12mo.
Lesseps' Travels in Kamtschatka, 2 v. 8vo.
Letters from the Caucasus and Georgia, 8vo.
Lumsden's Journey from Merut to London, 8vo.
Macintosh's Travels, 2 v. 8vo.
M.Leod's Narrative of a Voyage to the Yellow Sea, 8vo.
Mariti's Travels through Cyprus, Syria, and Palestine, 2 v.
8vo.
Marsden's History of Sumatra, 4to.
Plates to ditto, gr. folio.
Maundrell's Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem, 8vo.
Morier's Journey through Persia, &c, 8vo.
Second Journey through Persia, 4to.
Mortimer's Voyage to the Asiatic Islands and Canton, g. 4to;
London, 1790.
Murray's Historical Account of Discoveries and Travels in
Asia, 3 v 8vo.
Olearius's Voyages and Travels of the Ambassadors, 4to.
Oriental Navigator, 4to; London, 1794.
Parson's Travels in Asia and Africa, 4to.
Perry's View of the Levant, folio.
Pocock's Voyages, or Description of the East, folio.
Porter's Travels in Georgia, Persia, &c, 2 v. 4to.
Pottinger's Travels in Beloochistan and Sinda, 4to.
Poyvre sur les Moeurs et les Arts de l'Afrique, l'Asia, etl'Amerique, 12mo.
Rennell's Memoir of a Map of Hindostan, 4to.
Rich's Second Memoir on the Ruins of Babylon, 8vo.
Richardson's Travels along the Mediterranean, &c,-2 v. 8vo.
Seely's Wonders of Elora, 8vo; London, 1825.
Sketches of India, 8vo; London, 1825.
Staunton's Embassy to China, in 1793, 8vo.
Stockdale's Sketches of the Island of Java, &c, 8vo.
Thompson's Travels through Turkey in Asia, &c, 8vo.
Titsingh's Illustrations of Japan, 4to.
Tournefort's Voyage into the Levant, 2 v. 4to.
Travels of the Sherleys, (or the Three Brothers,) 12mo.
Two Years in Ava, (from 1824 to 1826,) 8vo.
Voyage de Dellon, 2 v. 12mo; Cologne, 1711.
Voyage de la Troade, par le Chevalier, avec Atlas, 4 v. 8voVoyage de le Gentil dans les Mers de l'lnde, 5 v. 8vo.
Voyage de Schouten aux Indes Orientales, 2 v. 12mo.
Voyages de Chardin en Perse et aux Indes Orientales, folio.
Voyages de Hasselquist dans le Levant, 12mo.

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J. 731

Voyages d'Olearius et de Mandelslo, trad• par Wicquefort,
2 v. 4to.
J. 90 Voyages et Decouvertes des Russes, par Miiller, 2 v. in 1,
12mo.
587 Wallace's Memoirs of India, 8vo.
598
'
Voyage to India, 8vo.
735 Walpole's Memoirs on Turkey, 4to.
774
Travels in Various Countries of the East, 4to.
104 Walsh's Journey from Constantinople to England, 8vo.
771 Wathen's Voyage to Madras and China, and Return, 4to.
513 White's Voyage to the China Sea, 8vo. (2 copies.)
99 Wilkinson's Tour in Asia Minor, 12mo.
J. 798 Wilson's Account of the Pelew Islands, by Keate, 4to.
J. 601 Woodard's Narrative of the Malays, 8vo.
593 Zuniga's History of the Philippine Islands, 2 v. 8vo.
AFRICA.
Adams' Narrative, 8vo; Boston, 1817.
Ali Bey's Travels in Morocco,Tripoli, &c, 1803-'7, 2 v. 8vo.
Barrow's Travels into the Interior of Southern Africa, 8vo.
Beechey's Expedition to the Northern Coast of Africa, 4to.
Belzoni's Travels in Egypt, 12mo.
Travels in Egypt and Nubia, 2 v. 8vo.
Plates to do., g. folio.
Bowditch's Discoveries of the Portuguese in Angola, 8vo.
Mission to Ashantee, 4to.
Brown's Travels in Africa, &c, from 1792 to 1798, 4to.
Bruce's Travels, 6 v. 8vo.
Buffa's Travels through Morocco, 8vo.
Burchell's Travels in the Interior of Southern Africa, 2 v. 4to.
Burckhardt's Travels in Nubia and Egypt, 4to.
Denham and Clapperton's Travels and Discoveries, 8vo.
Description de l'Egypte, par Maillet, 2 v. 12mo.
Description du Cap de Bonne Esperance, par Kolbe, 3 v. 12mo.
Donkin's Dissertation on the Course of the Nile, 8vo.
Drury's (Robert) Adventures in Madagascar, 8vo.
Dupuis' Journal of a Residence in Ashantee, 4to.
Edmonston's Journey to Two Oases in Upper Egypt, 8vo.
Expedition to Dongola and Sennaar, 8vo.
Hamilton's Remarks on Turkey, 4to. (2 copies.)
Plates to do., gr. folio. (2 copies.)
Histoire de l'Afrique Francoise, par l'Abbe Demanet, 2 v.
12mo.
744 Horneman's Travels in Africa, 4to.
629 Hutton's Voyage to Africa, and Narrative of an Embassy to
one of the Interior Kingdoms, 8vo.
751 Jackson's Account of the Empire of Morocco, 4to.
27

649
624
C40
750
106
622
S?3
645
748
743
J. 631
650
746
756
637
J. 109
J. 113
628
647
747
620
644
755
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741
630
638
641
643
621
651
J. 516
635
769
752
653
636
745
632
633
639
107
J. 115
648
634
646
I11
652
J. 820
619
J. 110
627
753
642
625
112
626
618
J. 617
J. 742
J. 118
J. 114
J. 119
775

623

Janson's View of the States of Barbary, 12mo.
Keatinge's Travels in Europe and Africa, 4to.
Laing's Travels in Western Africa, 8vo.
Lander's Records of Clapperton's last Expedition to Africa,
2 v. 8vo; London, 1830.
Latrobe's Journal of a Visit to South Africa, in 1815-'16, 8vo.
Lebos's Voyage to Abyssinia, 8vo.
Legh's Narrative of a Journey in Egypt, 8vo.
Lempriere's Tour through the Empire of Morocco, 8vo.
Lettres sur l'Egypte, par Savary, 3 v. 8vo.
Leyden's Historical Account of the Discoveries and Travels
in Africa, 2 v. 8vo.
Light's Travels in Egypt, Nubia, &c, 4to.
Lyon's Travels in Northern Africa, 4to.
Magill's Account of Tunis. 8vo.
Murray's Travels and Discoveries in Africa, 2 v. 8vo. (2 cop.)
Park, Mungo: Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa, in
the years 1795, 1796, and 1797, 4to; London, 1799.
The same, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1800.
Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa,
in the year 1805, 8vo; Phil. 1815.
Philips' Researches in South Africa, 2 v. 8vo.
Recollections of Egypt, by the Baroness Von Minuloti, 8vo.
Relation de l'Afrique, par de la Croix, 4 v 12mo.
Riley's Narrative of the loss of the Brig Commerce, 8vo.
Salt's Voyages to Abyssinia, 8vo.
Savigny and Correarde's Voyage to Senegal, 8vo.
Semple's Sketches at the Cape of Good Hope, 12mo.
Shaler's Sketches of Algiers, Political, Historical, and Civil,
8vo.
Shaw's Travels, folio.
Sonini's Travels in Egypt, 3 v. 8vo.
Sparmann's Voyage to the Cape of Good Hope, from 1772 to
1776, 2 v. 8vo.
Stout's Description of the Cape Territory, 8vo.
Thompson's Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, 4to.
Tuckey's Voyage to the Zaire, or Congo, 8vo.
Vaillant's Travels in Africa, 2 v. 8vo.
2 v. in 1, 12mo.
New Travels in Africa, 3 v. 8vo.
Volney's Travels through Syria and Egypt, 2 v. 8vo.
Voyage en Syrie et en Egypte, par Volney, 2 v. 8vo.
Voyage de Denon dans la Basse et la Haute Egypte, 2 v. 4toj
Londres, 1802.
Voyage de Dubois, aux Isles Dauphine,de Bourbon, &c, 12mo.
Voyage de Guin6e, par Bosman, 12mo; Utrecht, 1705.
Voyage de Madagascar, 12mo.
Waddington and Hanbury's Visit to Ethiopia, 4to.

Whitman's Travels in Turkey and Egypt, 8vo.

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AMERICA.
362

Account, Historical, Political, and Statistical, of Rio de la Pla
ta, 8vo.
J. 848 Adair's History of the American Indians, 4to.
J. 184 Almanach Americain, de 1784, 12mo.
871 Alonso de Ovalle: Historica Relation del Reyno de Chile,
4to; Roma, 1646.
J. 872 Alonso d'Ovaglie: Historica Relatione del Regno diCile, 4to;
Roma, 1646.
J. 228 American Farmer, by St. John de Crevecoeur, 8vo.
191
Gazetteer, (1762,) 3 v. 12mo.
214
Sketches, by a Native of the United States, 8vo.
213 Americans as they are, by the Author of "Austria as it is,"
8vo.
J. 391 Antonio de Leon: Tratado de Encomiendas, &c, para las Indias, y Biblioteca Orient. y Occid. p. 4to; Madrid, 1629,
1630.
218 Ash's Travels in America, in 1806, 8vo.
K.
Atlas Ameriquain de Rouge, gr. folio. ...
J. 386 Bartolomeo de Las Casas Istoria della Distruttione dell'
Indie Occidentali, Span. Ital., p. 4to; Venetia, 1626.
J. 385a Bartolomeo de Las Casas del Imperio Soberano sobre las In
dia*, p. 4to; 1552.
J. 290 Barton's New Views of the Origin of the Tribes of America,
8vo; Philadelphia, 1797.
290
New Views of the Origin of the Tribes of America,
8vo; Philadelphia, 1798.
J. 230 Bartram's Travels through the Carolinas, Georgia, and Flori
da, 8vo.
348 Beaufoy's Mexican Illustrations, 1825, 1826, and 1827, 8vo.
365 Beaumont's Travels in Buenos Ayres, 8yo.
_
256 Benson's Memoir on New York, 8vo.
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208 Birbeck's Journey in America, 12mo.
207
Letters from the Illinois, 12mo.
L.
Birch's Views of Philadelphia, gr. folio.
332 Blaquiere's Description of Venezuela, Trinidad, Margarita,
and Tobago, 8vo.
660 Blunt's American Coast Pilot, 8vo.
; •
334 Bolingbroke's Voyage to the Demerary, 8vo.
336 Bonnycastle's Account of Spanish America, 8vo.
658 Bouchette on Canada, 8vo.
J. 275 Brackenridge's (H. M.) Views of Louisiana, 8vo.
337 -—
Voyage toSouth America, 2 v. 8vo.
368 Brand's Journal of a Voyage to Peru, 8vo; London, 1828.
293 Buchanan's Sketches of the North American Indians, 8vo.
205 Bullock's (W,) Sketch of a Journey through the Western
States of North America, 12mo.

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153
J. 232
233.
851
M.
150
333
N.
826
J. 220
J. 385
287
J. 237
888
662
329
320
304
342
824
J. 830
682
J. 254
331
J. 877
J. 360
372
J. 138
301
J. 261
J. 226
J. 227
212

Bullock's (W.) Travels in Mexico, p. 8vo.
Burnaby's Travels through the Middle Settlements of North
America, in 1759 and 1760, 8vo.
Travels through the Middle Settlements of North
America, in 1759 and 1760, 8vo.
Burney's History of the Buccaneers, 4to.
Burr's Atlas of New York, containing a Map of the State, and
of the several Counties, folio; New York, 1829.
Byron's (Capt. ) Narrative ofhis First Voyage and Life, 12mo.
Caldcleugh's Travels in South America, 2 v. 8vo.
Carey's Complete Historical, Chronological, and Geographi
cal Atlas of America, gr. folio.
Cartwright's Journal of Transactions and Events, during a
residence of nearly sixteen years on the Coast of Labra
dor, 3 v. 4to; Newark, 1792."
Carver's Travels, 12rno.
Chappe d'Auteroche's Voyage to California, Mexico, and
Newfoundland, 8vo.
Chappell's Narrative of a Voyage to Hudson's Bay, 8vo.
Chastellux's Voyages in America, 2 v. 8vo.
Chronica Moralizada del Orden de San Augustin en el Peru,
por Padre F. A. de la Calancha, folio; Barcelona, 1638.
Clavigero's History of Mexico, Eng., 2 v. 4to.
Cochrane's Residence and Travels in Colombia, 2 v. 8vo.
Cockburn's Voyages in 1735, 8vo.
Coke's History of the West Indies, 3 v. 8vo.
Coleccion de las Obras de Las Casas, 2 v. 8vo.
Coleccion de los Viages y Descubrimientos, que hicieron por
Mar los Españoles, por Don M. Fernandez de Navarrete,
2 v. 4to. (2 copies.)
Collection des Voyages aux Indes Occidentales, par De Bry,
11 parts, in 3 v. folio; Frankfort, 1590.
Collection of Spanish and Portuguese Voyages and Discove
ries, 4to.
Colles's Roads of the United States, p. 4to.
Colombia, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1822.
Commentaries Reales de los Incas del Peru, por el Inca Garcilasso de la Vega, 2 v. folio.
Compendio della Storia del Chile, 8vo; Bologna, 1776.
Compendio Historico de la Provincia de Guayaquil en las Cos
tas de la Mer del Sur, p. 4to; Madrid, 1741.
Conquéte de la Mexique, par de Solis, 2 v. 12mo.
Cotter's Sketches of Bermuda, 8vo.
Coxe's Account of Carolina, 8vo.
Cultivateur Américain, par St. Jean de Crevecoeur, 2v. 8vo.
Cultivateur Américain, par St. Jean de Crevecoeur, 3 v. 8vo.
Cuming's Sketches of a Tour to the Western Country, 1810,
12mo.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

306 Dallas's History of the Maroons, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1803.
273 Darby's Geographical Description of Louisiana, 8vo.
185
View of the United States, 12mo.
373 Davies's Letters from Paraguay, in 1805, 8vo.
J. 175 Decouvertes de M. de la Sale, parTonti, 12mo.
335 Depon's Voyage to the Eastern Part of Terra Firma, 3 v. 8vo.
253 De Roos's Narrative of Travels in the United States and Ca
nada, 8vo.
375 Descripcion Historial de la Provincia y Archipielago de
Chil&e, en el Reyno de Chile, y Obispado de la Concepcion, p. 4to; Madrid, 1791.
J. 181 Description de la Louisiane, par Hennepin, l2mo.
J. 308 Description de Surinam, par Fermin, 2 v. in 1, 8vo.
J. 123 Description des Cotes de l'Amerique, par Dassie, 12mo.
J. 881 Description des Indes Occidentales, par Herrera, avec la Na
vigation de la Maire, folio.
J. 149 Description des Terres Magellaniques, 16s.
852 Description Topographique, Politique, &c de la Partie Fran
chise de l'Isle Saint Domingue, par M. Moreau de St.
Mery, 2 v. 4to.
J. 890 De Veitia Linage: Norte de la Contratacion de las Indias Oc
cidentales, folio; Seville, 1 672.
C Diego Fernandez: Historia del Peru, folio; Sevilla, 1571.
J. 878 < Augustin de Carate: Historia del Descubrimiento y Conquista
(
del Peru, folio; Sevilla, 1577.
829 Dobbs' Account of the Countries adjoining to Hudson's Bay,
4to.
371 Dobrizhoffer's Account of the Abiponesof Paragua y, 3 v. ;
London, 1822.
204 Drake's Picture of Cincinnati, 12mo. ("present. J
330 Duane's Visit to Colombia, in 1822-'3, 8vo.
324 Dunn's Guatimala, 8vo; New York, 1828.
251 Dwight's Travels in New England and New York, 4 v. 8vo.
J. 303 Edwards' History of the British West Indies, 5 v. 8 vo.
J. 858 Ellicott's Journal of the Boundary of Florida, 4to.
201ffl Elliot's Historical Sketches of the Ten Miles Square form
ing the District of Columbia, 16s; Washington, 1830.
887 El Marañon y Amazonas—Historia de los Descubrimientos,
Entradas, y Reduccion de Naciones, por el Padre Manuel
Rodriguez, folio; Madrid, 1684.
J. 377 El Orinoco Illustrado, porGumilla, 2 v. p. 4to.
J. 318 Elogio d' Amerigo Vespucci, da Canovai, 8vo.
J. R. English Pilot, 4th Book, gr. folio; London, 1689.
274 Etat Present de la Louisiane, 1776, 8vo.
199 Etat Present de la Pensilvanie, 1756, 12mo.
865 Falkner's Description of Patagonia, &c, 4to.
J. 842 Fernando Pizarro y Orellana: Varones Ulustres del Nuevo
Mundo, fol.; Madrid, 1639.
N. 2 Finley's American Atlas, folio; Phil. 1826.

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364
J. 206
192
193
J. 170
J. 876
874
869
356
367
850
J. 302
151
215
245
328
266
156
265
312
853
828

381
868
288
219
J. 128
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

262
161
178
126
139

J. 198

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Five Years' Residence in Buenos Ayres, (1820to 1825,) 8vo.
Gass's Journals of Lewis and Clarke's Journey of Discovery
to the Pacific, 12mo.
Gazetteer of the State of New Hampshire, 12mo.
Gazetteer of the State of Vermont, by Z. Thompson, 12mo.
General History of the Continent and Islands of America, by
Herrera, 6 v. 8vo.
Gio. Gioseppe di S. Teresa: Istoria delle Guerre del Brasile,
trail Portogallo e laOlanda, fol ; Roma, 1698.
Graham's (Maria) Journal of a Residence in Chile, 12mo.
Journal of a Voyage to Brazil, 4to.
Grant's Account of Brazil, 8vo; London, 1809.
Haigh's Sketches of Buenos Ayres and Chile, 8vo; London,
1829.
Hakewill's Tour of Jamaica, 4to.
Hakluyt's History of the West Indies, p. 4to.
Hall's (Basil) Journal, written on the Coast of Chile, Peru,
and Mexico, 2 v. 12mo.
——— Travels in North America, 2 v. 12mo; Phil.
1829.
Hall's (Francis) Travels in Canada and the United States, 8vo.
Present State of Colombia, 8vo.
Hall's (Judge) Letters from the West, 8vo; London, 1828.
Hamilton's Travels through the Interior Provinces of Colom
bia, 2 v. 8vo.
Harris's Journal of a Tour in the Northwestern Territory,
in 1803, 8vo.
Harvey's Sketches of Hayti, 8vo; London, 1827.
Hassler's Survey of the Coast of the United States, 4to.
(present. )
Hearne's Journey from Prince of Wales's Fort, in Hudson's
Bay, to the Northern Ocean, 1769—1772, 4to; London,
1795.
Hedendaagsche Historie of Tegenwoordige Staat van Amerika, 3 v. 8vo; Amst. 1766.
Henderson's History of Brazil, 4to; London, 1821.
Henry's Travels in Canada, 8vo; New York, 1809.
Heriot's Travels through the Canadas, 12mo.
Histoire de l'Amerique Septentrionale, par de la Potherie, 4 v.
12 mo.
Histoire de Kentucke de Filson, 8vo.
Histoire de la Jamaique, trad. de l'Anglois, 12mo.
Histoire de la Nouvelle France, par Lescarbot, 12mo.
Histoire de la Nouvelle France, par Charlevoix, 6 v. 12mo.
Histoire de l'Oronoque, par Gumilla, traduite par Eidous,
3 v. 12mo.
Histoire de la Pensylvanie, prise sur Kalmet Mittelberger,
12mo.

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ot the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J.
J.
J.
J.

144 Histoire de Paraguay de Charlevoix, 6 v. 12mo.
160 Histoire des \ntilles Angloises, 12mo.
163 Histoire des Flibustiers, par Oexmelin, 4 v. 12mo.
142 Histoire d'un Voyage fait en Brésil, par Jean de Lery, 12mo.
351 Histoire du Brésil, par A. de Beauchamp, 3 v. 8vo.
J. 166 Histoire Généralle des Indes Occidentales, traduite par Fumée,
p. 8vo; Paris, 1584.
J. 171 Histoire Géographique de la Nouvelle Ecosse, 12mo.
J. 159 Histoire Naturelledes Antilles, par de Rochefort, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 307 Histoire TVaturellede Surinam, par Fermin, 8vo.
197 Histoire Naturelle et Politique dela Pensylvanie, tr. de l'Allemand par R. Surgy, 12mo.
J. 875 Histoire Universelle des Indes Occid. par Corneille Wytflict;
et des Indes Orient, par Anthoine Magin, 2 v. fol.
885 Historia de la Compañía de Jesus en la Provincia del Para
guay, por el Padre Pedro Lozano, 2 v. folio; Madrid,
1754.
J. 835 Historia de la Conqulsta de la Nueva España, por Bernal
Diaz del Castillo, fol.; Madrid, 1632.
J. 860 Historia de la Conquista de Mexico, por de Solis, 2 v. 4to.
884 Historia de la Conquista y Poblacion dela Provincia de Vene
zuela, por Joseph De Oviedo y Baños, folio; Madrid, 1 723.
843 Historia de la Nueva España y Florida, por el Maestro Fray
Augustin Davila Padilla, p. folio; Valladolid, 1634.
363 Historia de la Revolucion de Nueva España, 2 v. 8vo.
C Historia del Mondo Nuovo di Benzoni, 12mo; Ven. 1572.
J. 132<Bart. de las Casas: Tyran. des Espagnols és Ind. Occid.
(_
12mo; Anv. 1579.
882 Historia del Nuevo Mundo, por J. B. Muños, Io v. p. folio;
Madrid, 1793.
{Historia del Peru da Pietro Ciezadi Leone, 12mo; Ven. 1560.
Historia del India, 12mo; Ven. 1566.
Conquista di Messico da Lopez di Gomara, 12mo;Ven. 1565.
La Conquista de Messico y de la Nueva España, por Lopez di
Gomara, 2 v. 12mo; Anvers, 1554.
376 Historia del Peru, Tierra Firme, Chile, y Nuevo Reyno de
Granada, por Dionysio de Alcedo y Herrera, p. 4to;
Madrid.
J. 1 37 Historia de Mexico, con el Discubrimiento de la Nueva España,
por Lopez de Gomara, 12mo; Anvers, 1554.
J. 836 Historia de Nueva España, por Hernan Cortes, 4to.
837 Historia de Nueva España, por Hernan Cortes, 4to.
J. 891 Historia Genera! de las Islas y Tierra Firme del Mar Oceano,
por A. de Herrera, 5 v. fol.
314 Historia Geográfica, Civil y Política, de la Isla de S. Juan
Bautista de Puerto Rico; dala á luz Don Antonio Vallada
res de Sotomayor, p. 4toj Madrid, 1788.

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J. 388
J. 389
834
827
J. 154
J. 849
250
J. 217
345
J. 344
343
346
J. ,258
202
J. T.
J. 831
J. 841
J. 294
J. 182
234
J. 1 79
325
J. 243
247
352
216
J. 847
859
J. 165
276

J. 845
J . 845

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Historia, Natural y Moral, de las Indias, por Joseph de Acosta,
p. 4to; Sevilla, 1590.
Historia, Natural y Moral , de las Indias, por Joseph de Acosta,
p. 4to; Madrid, 1608.
Historiadores Primitivos de las Indias Occidentales, por An
dres Gonzalez Barcia, 3 v. folio; Madrid, 1749.
Historical Journal of the Expedition by Sea and Land to Cali
fornia, in 1768, 1769, 1770, 4to.
History of Miranda's Attempt to effect a Revolution in South
America, by an Officer, IS mo.
History of the British Dominions in North America, 4to.
Hodgson's Remarks during a Journey through North Ameri
ca, 8vo.
Houston's Memoirs, 8vo.
Humboldt's Personal Narative, Eng., 6 v. 8vo.
Political Essay on New Spain, Eng., 2 v. 8vo.
Political Essay on New Spain, 4 v. 8vo.
Researches in America, 2 v. 8vo.
Jefferson's Notes on Virginia, (first edition,) 8vo; 1782.
Notes on Virginia, 12mo, (new ed.) Phil. 1825.
Jeffery's American Atlas, gr. fol.
Natural and Civil History of the French Dominions ia
America, fol.
Joannes de Solorzano Pereira de Indiarum Jure, fol. ; Matriti,
1629.
Jones' Journal of Two Visits to the Indian Nations, 8vo.
Journal d'un Voyage à la Louisiane en 1720, 12mo.
Journal d'un Voyage dans l'Interieur de l'Amérique Septen
trionale, 2 v. 8vo.
Journal du Dernier Voyage de M. de la Sale, par Joutel, 12mo.
Juardos' Statistical and Commercial History of Guatemala, 8vo.
Kalm's Travels into North America, tr. by Forster, 2 v. 8vo.
Kendall's Travels through the Northern parts of the United
States, 3 v. 8vo.
Roster's Travels in Brazil, from 1809 to 1815, 2 v. 8vo.
Lafayette in America, in 1824 and 1825, by A. Levasseur,
2 v. 12mo; Philadelphia, 1829.
Lafitau: Mœurs des Sauvages Américains, 2 v. 4lo; Paris, 1724.
L'Amérique en plusieurs Cartes, par Le S. Sanson, 4to.
La Découverte des Indes Occidentales, par Balthazar de Las
Casas, 13mo.
La Découverte des Sources du Mississippi, par J. C. Beltra
mi, 8vo.
C La Florida, por el Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, fol. ; Mad. 1723.
< Historia General de la Florida, por de Cardenas y Cano, 2 v.
t
folio; Madrid, 1723.
La Florida, por de la Vega, et por de Cardenas y Cano, 2 v.
folio. [Duplicate of the preceding.]

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

892
277
833
183
188
121
125
380
J. 146

J. 278
240
357a
280

857
281
J. 292
152
317
285
313
J. 286
264
187
355
370
354
J. 196
223
670a

J. 246
189
J.. 378
J . 180
J.. 143
357
J.,390
350
361

La Monarquia Indiana, por Juan de Torquemada, 3 v. folio.
La Sale's Last Voyage to the Gulf of Mexico, by Joutel,8vo.
Le Nouveau Monde de Du Laet, folio; 1640.
Le Page du Pratz' History of Louisiana, 2 v. 12mo.
Le Pour et le Contre des Etats Unis, par Bridel, 12mo.
Le Voyageur Francois, par Delaporte, v. 6— 14, 9 v. 12mo.
Lettere Americane del Conte Carli, 3 v. 12mo.
Lettres Americaines, par M. le Comte Carli, 2 v. 12mo.
Levini Apollonii, Gandobrugani, de Peruviae Inventione et
Rebus Gestis, p. 8vo; Antverpiae, 1567.
Lewis and Clark's Expedition to the Pacific Ocean, 2 v. 8vo.
Liancourt's Travels through the United States, in 1795-'6-'7,
4 v. 8vo.
Lindley's Narrative of a Voyage to Brazil, 8vo.
Long's Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, 2 v. 8vo. (2 cop.)
Maps and Plates to ditto, 4to. (2 copies.)
Narrative of an Expedition to the Source of St. Peter's
River, &c, 2 v. 8vo. (3 copies.)
Loskiel's Mission among the Indians of America, 8vo.
Lyon's Journal of a Residence and Tour in Mexico, 2 v. 12mo.
Maccullum's Travels in Trinidad, 8vo.
McKenney's Sketches of a Tour to the Lakes, 8vo.
Mackenzie's Notes on Haiti, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1830.
Mackenzie's Voyages across North America to the Pacific
Ocean, 1st v. 8vo.
M'Murtrie's Sketches of Louisville, 8vo; 1819.
Manuel-Guide des VoyageursauxEtatsUnis, 12mo. (present.)
Maps. See page 222.
Mathison's Visit to Brazil, Chile, &c, 8vo. (2 copies.)
Maw's Journal of a Passage from the Pacific Ocean to the At
lantic, &c, 8vo; London, 1829.
Mawe's Travels in Brazil, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1816.
Mease's Picture of Philadelphia, 12mo.
Melish's Geographical Description of the United States, 8vo.
Map of the United States, (folded,) 8vo; Phil. 1820.
(present.)
Travels in the United States of America, 2 v. 8vo.
Memoir to accompany Tanner's Map of the United States, 12mo.
Memoires sur l'Amerique, par Don Ulloa, traduites par Villebrun, 2 v- 8vo.
Memoires sur la Louisiane, par Dumont, 2 v. 12mo.
Meridien de Demarcation enlre l'Espagne et le Portugal en
Amerique, par Ulloa, 12mo.
Mier's Travels in Chile and La Plata, 2 v. 8vo.
Milicia y Descripcion de las Indias, por Bernardo de Vargas
Machuca, p. 4to; Madrid, 1599.
Mills' History of Mexico, 8vo.
Molina's History of Chili, Eng., 2 v. 8vo.
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327
J. 661
J. 662
J. 387

Mollien's Travels in Colombia, in 1822 and 1823, 8vo.
Morse's American Gazetteer, 8vo.
American Geography, 8vo.
Naufragios y Comentarios de Alvar Nuñez en dos Jornadas a
las Indias, p. 4to; Valladol. 1555.
326 Notes on Colombia, taken in !822-'3, 8vo.
J. 38.3 Noticia de la California, por Miguel Venegas* 3 v. p. 4to. [A
copy presented to Father Charlevoix. J
J. 339 Noticias Americanas de Don Antonio de Ulloa, 8vo.
J. 840 Noticias de las Conquistas en las Indias Occidentales, por
Pedro Simon, folio; Madrid, 1626.
832 Noticias Secretas de America, por J. Juan, y A. de Ulloa, 4to.
217 Nouveau Voyage dans l'Amérique Septentrionale, 1781, par
M. Robin, fvo.
J. 131 Nouveau Voyage d'un Pays Plus Grand que l'Europe,.par
Hennepin, 12mo.
J. 1 30 Nouvelle Découverte d'un tres Grand Pays dans l'Amérique,.
par Hennepin, lre et 3"'e v. 12mo.
141 Nouvelle Relation de la France Equinoxiale, par Barrere,
12mo.
J. 162 Nouvelle Relation de la Gaspesie, par Chrestien Le Glercq,
12mo; 1675-'81.
J. 134 Novae Novi Orbis Historke ex Italicis Benzoni Latine reddita
•Urbani Calvetonis industria, cui ab eodem adjuncta est Gaílorum in Floridam Expedido, p. 8vo.
284 Nuttall's Travels in the Arkansas Territory, 8vo.
J. 839 Observaciones Astronomicas y Physicas, por Juan y Ulloa,fol.
J. 200 Ogden's Excursion to Bethlehem, 12mo.
J. 173
Tour through Canada, 12mo.
823 Ogilby's America, folio; 1671.
300 Oldmixon's History of the British Empire in America, 2 v.
8vo; 1708.
299
History of the British Islands in America, 8vo.
880 Origen de los Indios del Nuevo Mundo, e Indias Occiden
tales, por el Padre Fr. Gregorio García, folio; Madrid,
1729.
J. Z. Ortelii Theatrum Orbis, gr. folio.
J. 295 Pamphlets on Indians, Topographical, &c 8vo.
210 Paulding's Letters from the South, 2 v. 12mo.
317 Personal Narrative of the First Voyage of Columbus to Ame
rica, 8vo.
-J. 133 Petrus Martyr Anglerius de Orbe Novo, «dente Richard Hakluyt, p. 8vo; Parisiis, 1587.
J. 195 Picture of New York, l2mo; New York, 1807.
J. 279 Pike's Expeditions to the Sources of the Mississippi, and
through the Western Parts of Louisiana, 8vo.
825 Pinkerton's Collection of Voyages and Travels in America,
4 v. 4to.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.
i

382.

Pitman on the Practicability of joining the Atlantic and Par
cific Oceans, 8vo.
§56 Pittman's Present State of the European Settlements on the
Mississippi, 4to; London, 1770.
349 Poinsett's Notes, on Mexico, 8vo.
J. 298 Present State of Nova Scotia, 8vo; 1786.
J. 3.1.1 Puysegur's Treatise upon the Navigation of St. Domingo,,8vo,
379 Recherches Historiques et Geographiques sur le Nouveau
Monde, par J. B. Sherer, 8vo.
J. 124 Recherches sur les Americains, par. Paw, 3 v. 12mo.
242 Reise durch Nordamerikanischen Staaten, &c, von J., D.
Scho.pt, 2 v. 8vo.
6596 Relacion del ultimo Viage al Estrecho de Magallanes, de la
Fragata- de S. M. Santa Maria de la Cabeza, en los anos de
1785 y 1786, p. 4to; Madrid, 1788.
S79 Relacion Descriptiva de la Ciudad y Provincia de Truxillo del
Peru, por el. Dr. Miguel Feyjoo, folio; Madrid, 1763.
374 Relacion Historial de las Missiones de los Indios, que llaman
Chiquitos, por el Padre Juan, Patricio Fernandez, p. 4to;
Madrid, 1726.
J. 122 Relation de Divers. Voyages en Afrique et Amerique, par de
Grande Pierre, 12 mo.
382 Relation de l'Exil A Cayenne d'un jeune Francais, 12mo.
145 Relation des Missions du Paraguai, !2mo.
J,. 129 Relation Ecclesiastique de la Nouvelle France, 1643-'4, par
Vimont, 12mo.
J. 359 Restauracion de la Ciudad del Salvador en Brazil, por Tamaio
de Vargas, p. 4to; Madrid, 1628.
J. 231 Rogers' Account of North America, 8vo.
J. 209 Romans' History of Florida, 12mo.
309 Saint Mery's Description of the Spanish part of Saint Domingo,
2 v. 8vo.
172 Sansom's Sketches of Lower Canada, 12mo.
252 Saxe Weimar's Travels in North America, 8vo.
873 Schmidtmeyer's Travels into Chile, 4to.
282 Schoolcraft's Narrative Journal of Travels, 8vo.
283
—,
Travels in the Mississippi Valley, 8vo.
244 Schultz' Travels through New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia,
Ohio, &c, 8vo.
J. 190 Scott's Gazetteer of the United States, 12mo.
J. 201 . -r—r*- Geography of Maryland and Delaware, 12mo.
J. 268 Second Voyage a la Louisiane, par Baudry, 2 v. 8vo.
155 Semple's Sketch of the State of Caraccas in 1811, 12mo.
194 Shaw's Topographical and. Historical Description of Boston,
12mo.
211 Silliman's Tour between Hartford and Quebec, 12mo.
169 Sketches and Recollections of the West Indies, 8vo.
305 Southey's Chronological History of the West Indies, 3 v. 8vo,
§64
History of Brazil, 3 v. 4to.

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J. 255 Spaflbrd's Gazetteer of the State of New York, 8vo; 1813.
392 Spanish Empire in America, 8vo.
353 Spix and Martin's Travels in Brazil, 2 v. 8vo.
338 Stevenson's Historical Account of South America, 3 v. 8vo.
J. 270 Stoddart's Sketches of Louisiana, 8vo.
J. 861 Storia del Messico dell' Abate Clavigero, 4 v. 4to.
J. 855 Stork's Description of East Florida, and Bartram's Journal,
4to.
323 Strangeways' Sketch of the Mosquito Shore, 8vo.
J. 22 1 Tableau des Etats Unis, par Pictet, 8vo.
289 Talbot's Five Years' Residence in the Canadas, 2 v. 8vo.
189 Tanner's recent Surveys, Observations, and Internal Improve
ment in the United States, 12mo.
369 Temple's Travels in Peru, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1830.
889 Theatro Americano; Descripcion Generalde los Reynos y Provincias de la Nueva Espana y sus Jurisdicciones, por D.
Joseph Antonio de Villa Senor, y Sanchez, 2 v. p. folio;
1746.
863 Thompson's Alcedo, 5 v. 4to.
157 Thompson's Official Visit to Guatemala, 12mo.
J. 260 Tracts, Geographical, by Elliot, Tatham, Sharp, Constable, 8vo.
J. 229 Tracts on America, to wit: Palairet's Eng. and Fr. Posses
sions. —British and French Colonies. —Stork's East Flo
rida. —Barton's Nat. Hist. —Examen de Chastellux. —Re
marks on Chastellux. —Federal Lands, Ohio Company,
8vo.
J. 259 Tracts on Virginia and New England, by Bullock, Thomas
Morton, Roberts, Coke, and others, p. 4to; 1609-'71.
358 Traite de la Culture du Nopal et de la Cochenille, par Thiery
de Menonville, 2 v. 8vo.
186 Traveller's Directory through the United States, 12mo. (pre
sent. )
248 Tudor's Letters on the Eastern States, 8vo.
340 Ulloa's Voyage to South America, by Adams, (3d edition*)
2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1772.
341 The same, (4th edition,) 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1806.
384 Venega's Natural and Civil History of California, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 838 Viage a la America Meridional, por Jorge Juan y Antonio deUlloa, 4 v. fol.
241 Viaggio negji Stati Uniti dell' America Settentrionale, fatto.
negli anni 1785-'6-'7, da L. Castiglioni, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 203 Virginia, by K. W., p. 4to; Lond. 1650.
J. 659a Vita e Lettere di Amerigo Vespucci, da Bandini; 4to.
J. 224 Volney: Tableau du Climat et du Sol des Etats Unis d'Amerique, 2 v. in 1, 8vo.
225 Volney's View of the United States, 8vo.
271 Voyage a la Louisiane, 1794 & 1798, 8vo.
J. 267
a l'Ouest des Monts Alleghanys, par F. A. Michaux,
8vo.

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of the late President Ji fierson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J. 176 Voyage au Pays des Hurons, par Sagard, 2 v. in 1, 12mo.
J. 120
autour du Monde et aux Terres Australes de Dampier, et le Voyage de Wafer, 4 v. 12mo.
J. 883
aux Côtes du Chily et du Perou, en 1712-'13-'14,
par Frezier, 4to.
J. 315
aux Iles de Trinidad, de Tabago, de la Marguerite,
et dans la Venezuela, par Lavaysse, 2 v. 8vo; 1813.
296
chez DifférentesNations Sauvages de l'Amérique Sep
tentrionale, 8vo.
866
dans l'Amérique Septentrionale, 4to. (2 copies.)
J. 177
dans l'Amérique Septentrionale, par Lahontau, 2 v.
12mo.
257
dans la Haute Pensylvanie, 3 v. 8vo.
235
dans l'Interieur des Etats Unis, 1791, par Bayard,.
8vo.
272
dans les Deux Louisianes, par Du Lac, 8vo.
J. 238
de Brissot de Warville dans les Etats Unis, 3 v. 8vo.
893
de Humboldt et Bonpland, 10 v. gr. folio, and 7 v.
gr. 4to; Paris, 1808—1820.
J 158
de Labat aux Isles de l'Amérique, 6 v. 12mo.
J. 239
de Liancourt dans les Etats Unis, 8 v. 8vo.
J. 167
de Marseille a Lima, par Durret, 12mo.
174
de la Baye de Hudson, 8vo.
J. 393
dela Condamine dans l'Amérique Méridionale, 2 v.
8vo.
J. 854
de la Louisiane en 1720, par le Pere Laval, 4to.
J. 659
de la Nouvelle France, par le Sieur de Champlain, p.
4to.
d'un Suisse dans différentes Colonies d'Amérique,.
J. 310
8vo.
J. 127
parmi les Sauvages de l'Amérique Septentrionale, par
Le Beau, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 164 Voyages de Bossu aux Indes Occidentales, 12mo.
J. 236
de Chastellux en Amérique, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 135
de Correal, viz: La Floride, Antilles, Mexique, N.
Grenade, Guiane, Brésil, Perou, Philippines, Terres Aus
trales, 1666—1697, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 140
de Des Marchais en Guinée et Cayenne, par Labat,.
4v. 12mo.
J. 136
de Thomas Gage dans la Nouvelle Espagne, 2 v.
12mo.
J. 297
to North America, by Lahontan, 2 v. 8vo.
J. 269 Vue de la Louisiane et Floride Occidentale, par Duvallon, 8vo.
319 Wafer's Voyage and Description of the Isthmus of America,
in 1699, 8vo.
347 Ward's Mexico, in 1827, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1828.
259a Warden's Description of the District of Columbia, 8vo.
222
Statistical, Political, and Historical Account of the
United States, 3 v. 8vo.

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70
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168
263
366
249
J. 147

Waterton's Wanderings in South America, 4to.
Weatherhead's Expedition against the Isthmus of Darien, 8vo.
West Indies in 1825j 12mo.
Western Gazetteer, or Emigrant's Directory, by S. Brown,
8vo.
Wilcocke's History of the Vice-Royalty of Buenos Ayres, 8vo-.
Wright's (Miss) Views of Society and Manners in America,
Svo; New York, 1821.
Zarate: Histoire de la D6couverte et de la ConquSte du Perou,.
2 v. 12iiio.

MAPS.
No.

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28.

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The World, by J. Melish: 1820.
United States, by Samuel Lewis: I8IS.
by J. Melish: 1820.
by H. T. Tanner: 1822.
by H. T. Tanner: 1829.

by D. H. Vance: 1825.
State of Maine, by Moses Greenleaf: 1820.
New Hampshire, by P. Carrigain: 18115.
Vermont, by James Whitelaw: 1821.
— Connecticut, by M. Warren and G. Gillet: 1812,
New York, by John H. Eddy: 1818.
New York, by Amos Lay: 1824.
New Jersey, by William Watson: 1812.
Pennsylvania, by John Melish: 1822.
Maryland, by D. Griffith: 1794.
Virginia, by James Madison: 1818.
North Carolina, by J. Price and J. Strother: 1808.
South Carolina, by J. Wilson: 1822.
Georgia, by D. Sturges: 1818.
Tennessee, by John Melish: 1820.
'— Kentucky, by Luke Munsell: 1818.
Ohio, byB. Hough and A. Bourne: 1815.
by H. Howard: 1828. (present.)
Indiana, by John Melish: 1820.
Illinois, by John Melish: 1820.
' Mississippi, by John Melish: 1819.
Louisiana, by John Melish: 1820.
Alabama, by John Melish: 1820.
( States of Missouri and Illinois, and ) oy E. Browne and
I Territory of Arkansas,
£ E. Barcroft: 1«23.
CStatesof Louisiana and Missouri, and > by i. H. Robinson:
I Republic of Mexico,
5 1-819.
Territories of Michigan and Ouisconsin, by J. Farmer:
1830;
City of Baltimore, by T. H. Poppleton: 1823.
Nouveau Plan de Paris: 1829.
New Map of London, and its Environs; 1829.

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ARCHITECTURE.

of the late President .IKfferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

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CHAPTER XXX

[Alcove N° 9.|

ARCHITECTURE.

Antichita di Roma di Scamozzi, fol.; Ven. 1582.
Architecture de Le Clerc, 4to; Paris. 1714.
Architettura di Alberti, p. 4to; Ven. 1565.
Bibliotheque d' Architecture de Jbmbert, pairtie 4,ne.—Parallele de l'Architecture Antique et Moderne, par Efrard et Chambray; et 2de partie Architecture de PaN
ladio, 2 v. 8vo.
28 Brown's Principles of Practical Perspective, 4to.
J. 6 Builder's Dictionary, 2 v. 8vo.
4 Burridge on the Naval Dry Rot, 8vo.
3 Burridge's Improvement in Civil Architecture, 8vo.
J. EE Castell's Villas of the Ancients, gr. folio.
41 Chambers on the Decorative Part of'Civil Architecture, 3 v.
4to.
J. FF. Chambers' Chinese Designs, gr. folio.
27 Charnock's History of Marine Architecture, 3'v. 4to.
J. 36 Chippendale's Cabinet Maker's Designs, folio.
7 Dallaway's Observations on English Architecture, 8vo.
42 Description of Suspension Bridges, folio.
J. 24 Dictionnaire d'Architecture, Civile, Militaire, et Navale,
par De Virloys, 3 v. in 2, 4to.
J. 19 Discours sur les Monumens Publics, par Kersaint, 4to.
J. 33 Edifices Antiques de Rome, par Desgodetz, folio; Paris,
1779.
'Elementi di Architettura del Padre Sanvitali, 4to.
Elementi di Architettura da Preti, 4to.
J. ,14 ■ Nuove Ricerche sull' Equilibriodelle Volte dell' Abate Mascheroni, 4to.
*
Etienne d'un Ciment Impenetrable a l'Eau, 4to.
30 Elmes' Life and Works of Sir Christopher Wren, 4to.

J. 25
J. 13
J. 11
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Note

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The Works to which the 1etter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

Gibbs' Designs in Architecture, gr. folio.
Rules for Drawing in Architecture, folio.
II Settimo Libro d'Architetturadi Serglio, Ital. Lat. folio.
Regola delli Cinque Ordini d'Architettura di Vignola, folio.
J. 31 • Les Cinq Ordres d'Architecture de Scamozzi, par A. C.
D'Aviler, folio.
Inigo Jones and Lord Burlington's Designs, by Kent, gr. fol.
Kirby's Perspective of Architecture, on Brook Taylor's
Principles, 2 v. gr. fol.
Langley's Practical Geometry, folio.
L'Architecture de Vitruve de Perrault, folio.
Lubersac sur les Monumens Publics, folio.
Meinert's Schone Landbaukunst, or Ideas of Buildings, 4to;
Leipzig, 1798.
J. JJ. Mitchell's Perspectives of Buildings in England and Scot
land, and his Gothic Architecture, Fr. Eng., gr. folio.
Monumens de Louis XV., par Patte, gr. folio.
Monumens de Nismes de Clerissault, gr. folio.
Morris's Select Architecture and Designs, 4to.
Nicholson's Architectural Dictionary, 2 v. 4to.
Operative Mechanic and British Machinist, 8vo.
Pal lad io, by Leoni, Ital. Fr. and Eng., 2 v. folio.
by Leoni, with Inigo Jones' Notes, folio.
C
les 4 livres d'Architecture, par de Chambray, folio.
J. 30 < Perrault's Five Orders in Architecture, by J. James, folio.
£ Invention pourBatirles Couvertures Courbes, folio.
Plans des Maisons de Paris, par Krafft et Ransonette, folio.
Plans d'Architecture, par Becker, folio.
Pompeiana, 2 v. 4to.
Porte-feuille des Artistes, ou Desseins et Plans des Chateaux,
Maisons, &c , 4to; Leipsic, 1800.
Ritratto di Roma Antiqua, 12mo.
Ritratto di Roma Moderna, 12mo.
Roma Illustrata, Donati, 4to.
. Ruins of Athens, by Le Roy, folio.
Ruins of Athens, by Stuart and Revett, 1st v. gr. folio.
Ruins of Balbec, by Wood and Dawkins, gr. folio.
Scamozzi's Architecture, by Leyburn, p. 4to; Lond. 1734.
Seaward on the London Bridge. 8vo
Smeaton's Narrative of Eddystone Lighthouse, gr. folio.
Stalkartt's Naval A rchitecture, 2 v. fol.
Traite Theorique et Pratique de l'Art de Batir, par Rondelet, 7 v. 4to.
Varie Vedute di Roma, Anticae Moderna, daPiranesi, folio.
Vestigia e Rarita di Roma da Ficoroni, 4to; Roma, 1744.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it wis purchased by Congress in 1815.

CHAPTER XXXI

[Alcove N° 9.]

riHE ARTS.

GARDENING, PAINTING, SCULPTURE.
J. 37 .32des Walpolianae, 4to.
J. 18 Annales du Musee des Beaux Arts, par Landon, 10 v. 8vo.
- J. 2 Antiques du Musee, 12mo.
6 Arts and Artists, or Anecdotes and Relics of the Schools of
Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture, 3 v. 12mo.
49 Boydell's Graphic Illustrations of Shakspeare, folio.
51 —
History, Views, and Scenery of the River Thames,
2 v. folio.
^QIllustrations of the Dramatic Works of Shaksneare.
2 v gr. folio.
50
Picturesque Scenery of Norway, 2 v. folio.
53 Britton's Fine Arts of the English School, folio.
43 Browne's Picturesque Views of Edinburgh, 4to.
45 Cabinet of the Arts, or Universal Drawing Book, 2 v. 4to
39 Canova's Works, 2 v. 4to.
RR. Chambers' View of Kew Gardens, gr. folio.
J- 15 Da Vinci on Painting, 8vo.
J. 36 Delle Vite de' Pittori, Scultori, et Archittetti di Giorgio Vasari, 3 v. 4to.
J. 4 Description de l'Academie de Peinture et de Sculpture, par
Guerini, 12mo.
20 Description Historique et Chronologique des Monumens de
Sculpture, 8vo.
J. 14 Description of Stowe, 8vo.
J. 22 Dictionnaire des Monogrammes de M. Christ, 8vo
10 Essay on Medals, 12mo.
t i^ £e!ibi.en sur les Vies des Peintres et des Architectes, 5v. 12mo.
t
, Xa,.desAnticluesaParis»Parle Grand, 8vo.
J. 1 Oralene de Paris, 12mo.
46 Gems of Ancient Art, p. folio.
J- 9 Gilpin's Essay on Prints, 12mo.
J- 12 Heely on the Gardens of Hagley, &c, 2 v. 12mo.
29

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54
55

56
57
7
42

SS.
24
25
28
23
J. 33
J. 38
J. 19
29
58
26
J. 3
J. 61
60
52
59
40
11
31
44
21
32
32a
30
J. 16
J. 47
47a
J. 35

History of the Colleges of Westminster, Eton, and Winches
ter, 41o. (2 copies.)
History of the University of Cambridge, 2 v. 4to; London,
1815.
History of the University of Oxford, 2 v. 4to; Lond. 1814.
History of Westminster Abbey and its Monuments, 2 v. 4to;
Lond. 1812.
Hoare's Inquiry into the Present State of the Arts of Design
in England, 2 v. 12mo.
Hogarth's Works, by Nichols and Steevens, 2 v. 4to.
Hudson River Port-Folio, gr. folio.
Iconografia Greca di E. Q. Visconti, 3 v. 8vo.
Iconografia Romana di E. Q. Visconti, 2 v. in 1, 8vo.
II Museo Chiaramonti, descritto e illustrate da Filippo
Aurelio Visconti e Giuseppe Antonio Guattani, 8vo.
II Museo Pio-Clementino, illustrate e descritto da E. Q.
Visconti, 7 v. 8vo.
James on Gardening, 4to.
Le Gem me Antiche Figurate di Michel Angelo Causeo dela.
Chausse, 4to.
Le Manuel du Museum Francais, 3 v. 8vo.
Memoirs of Canova, by J. S. Memes, 8vo.
Microcosm of London, 3 v. 4to; Lond. 1808.
Opere Varie di E. Q. Visconti, 2 v. 8vo.
Perfect Painter, 16s.
Picturesque Representation of the Russians, by Atkinson and
Walker, 3 v. folio.
Picturesque Tour along the Rhine, by Baron J. J. Von Gerning, 4to; Lond. 1820.
Picturesque Tour of the River Thames, by Westall and Owen,
4to; Lond. 1828.
Picturesque Tour of the Seine, by M. Sauvan, 4to; Lond.
1821.
Pilkington's Dictionary of Painters, 4to.
Pinkerton's Essay on Medals, 2 v. 8vo.
Price's Essays on the Picturesque, 3 v. 8vo.
Ralph's School of Raphael, 4to.
Recueil de Lettres sur la Peinture, la Sculpture, et l'Archi
tecture, par L. J. Jay, 8vo.
Repton on the Changes of Taste in Landscape Gardening, 8vo.
on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening,
3 v. 4to.
Reynolds' Works, 3 v. 8vo.
Richardson's Theory of Painting, and Essay on a Connois
seur, 8vo.
Signa et Statue Antiqua, Perrier, folio.
Spence's Polymetis, folio.
Storia delle Arti del Disegno di G. Winkelmann, tradotto dal
Tedesco, 2 v. 4to.

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of th<- late President Jf.ffebson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815

41
48
34
J. 8
J. 13

Strutt's Dictionary of Engravers, 2 v. 4to.
Tresham's British Gallery of Pictures, folio.
Varia Commensuracion para la Escultura, y Arquitectura,
por Juan de Arphe y Villafane, fol. (present.)
Webb's Essay on Painting, 12mo.
Whateley's Observations on Modern Gardening, 8vo.

CHAPTER XXXII

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FINE ARTS.

MUSIC.

J.
J.
J.

J.
J.

J.

J.

Bremner's Rudiments of Music, 12mo.
Burgh's Anecdotes of Music, Historical and Biographical,
3 v. 12mo.
6 Burney's Present State of Music in Italy, &c, 8vo.
Present State of Music in Germany, &c, 2 v. 8vo.
7
14 Complete Tutor for the Harpsichord, 4to. (pamphlet.)
3 Concert Room and Orchestra Anecdotes, 3 v. 16s.
8 Dictionary ot Musicians, 2 v. 8vo.
jGeminiani's Art of Playing the Violin, ) f ,.
10 - »
Rules for Playing in Taste, 5 toll°9 Holden's Essay towards a Rational System of Music, 8vo.
1 Jackson's Scheme of Sounds, with a Preliminary Discourse,
(a sheet. )
12 Nathan's Essay on the History and Theory of Music, 4to.
C Pasquali's Art of Fingering the Harpsichord, ~)
Thorough-Bass Made Easy,
V folio.
13 <
( Zuccari's Method of Playing Adagios,
)
11 Practical Instructions for the Piano Forte, by T. Howell,
folio• (present.)
5 Rivoluzioni del Teatro Musicale Italiano da Arteaga, 3 t. 8vo.

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CHAPTER XXXIII

[Alcove N° 9. 3

POETRY.

EPIC.
J. 40 Barlow's Columbiad, 4to.
Vision of Columbus, 8vo.
J. 31
21 Cowper's Iliad and Odyssey of Homer, 4 v. 8vo.
J. 12 Dwight's Conquest of Canaan, 12mo.
J. 16 Fabulae Homericae de Ulyssee ethi6 Explicate, Gr. Lat. ;,
Columbi, 8vo.
14 Fredoniad, by E. Emmons, 4 v. 8vo.
J. 11 Glover's Leonidas, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 44 Homeri Ilias, Gr. 2 v. in 1, folio; Foulis.
Secundum Codicem Veneti, Scholiis ineditis,
J. 46
Villoison, gr. folio; Ven. 1798.
Gr. Lat. cum Scholiis Didymi, 4to.
J. 32
Gr. Lat. Foulis, cum Scholiis Didymi, 4 v.
J. 3
12mo.
Gr. Lat. Clarke, 2 v. 4to.
J. 33
et Odyssea, cum Scholiis et Notis, Barnes, Z v.
J. 34
4to.
by Odyssey,
McPherson,
by 3Chapman,
v. 12mo. p. folio.
J. 37 Homer's Iliad ,and
J. 5
, by Pope, 6 v. 12mo.
J. 4
J. 45 Homeri Odysseus, Gr. 2 v. in 1, folio. Foulis.
Gr. Lat Clarke, 2 v. 4to.
J. 36
J. 7 Homer's Odyssey, by Pope, 5 v. 12mo.
J. 38 Index Homericus, Wolfgangi, 4to.
27 Klopstock's Messiah, 8vo.
51 La Divina Commedia di Dante Alighieri, 4 v. folio.
J. 50 La Gerusalemme LiberatadiT. Tasso, folio; Ven. 1745,.
.7. 1 Lucani Pharsalia Farnabii, 12mo.
Notis Variorum, 8vo.
J. 28
J. 2 Lucan's Pharsalia, by May, 16s.
J. 39 Ludgate's History of Troy, folio; 1555.
J. 8 Maphaeus's 13th iEneid, with a burlesque translation, 12mo
J. 24 Milton's Paradise Lost, first edition, in 10 books, p. 4to,

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

Milton's Paradise Lost, folio. Foulis.
illustrated by John Martin, 2 v. p. 4to;
London, 1826.
Paradise Lost and Regained, 2v. 8vo; Baskerville.
25
-Paradise Regained, and other Poems, 4to; Baskerville.
42
Poetical Works, with notes of various Authors, 3d
26
edition, by H. J. Todd, 6 v. 8vo; London, 1826.
13 Northmore's Washington, 12mo.
15 Omero, tr. da Salvini, 2 v. 8vo; Padova, 1742.
22 Pope's Iliad and Odyssey of Homer, by Wakefield, 9 v. 8vo.
29 Quintus Calaber, Gr. Lat. not. var. de Pauw, 8vo.
49 Rowe's Lucan, Lat. Eng., folio.
6 Scholia in Homeri Odysseam, 12mo.
30 Statius, notis variorum, 8vo; Lugd. Bat. 1672.
10 Tasso's Jerusalem, Eng. by Hoole, 12mo.
47 Virgil, folio; Foulis, 1778.
20
Lat. Eng. by Pitt and Warton, 4 v. 8vo.
48
Servii, folio.
by Dryden, 3 v. 12mo.
9
17
by Stirling, 8vo.
19 Virgilii Opera a C. G. Heyne, 4 v. 8vo; Lipsiae, 1788.
18 Virgilio del comm. A. Caro, 2 v. 8vo; Parigi, 1760.

J. 43
41

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J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
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CHAPTER XXXIV

[Alcove N° 9.]

ROMANCE.

TALES—FABLES.
J.

1

J. 21
J 15
J. 62
J. 58
J. 61

Achillis Tatii Amores Clitophontis et Leucippes, Gr. Lat.
12mo.
Adventures of a Guinea, 4 v. 12mo.
Adventures of Telemachus, Eng. by Littlebury and Boyer
2 v. 12mo.
*
.rfEsop's Fables, by Burton, 8vo.
iEsop, Gr. Lat. ad usum Scholae Etonensis, 12mo.
iEsopicarum Fabularum quotquot Graece reperiuntur 8vo:
Lipsiae, 1741.

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Note....Thp Works to which tlie letter J. is pr-'fixed, were in the Library

J. 93

J. 90
J. 91
87
J. 12
J. 14
J 13
J. 65
105
J. 30
J. 126
J. 129
28
132
108
133
89
33
24
J. 103
69
J. 60
J. 7
8
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

9
J. 117
J. 99
J. 130
86
J. 10
11
J. 32
J. 70
88
67
J. 29
J. 4
J. 104
118
J. 119
134

Amori Pastorali di Dafni e Cloe descritti da Longo Greco ora
per la prima volta volgarizzati da G. Gozzi, 8vo; Ven.
1766.
Apollonii Rhodii Argonautica, Gr. Lat. Shaw, 8vo.
Apollonius Rhodius, in Eng. verse, 2 v. 8vo.
Arabian Nights' Entertainments, 8vo; Lond. 1828.
Araucana de De Ercilla y Zuiiigo, 2 v. p. 8vo.
Aventures de Telemaque, Fr. Espagnol, 2 v. 12mo.
Aventures de Telemaque, 12mo.
Belisarius, by Marmontel, 12mo.
Boyd's Dante, 3 v. 8vo.
Brackenridge's Modern Chivalry, 12mo.
Caritone Afrodisieo, 4to.
Charitonis Aphrodisiensis de Chaerea et Callirhoe Amoribus,
Gr. Lat. Reiskii, 3 v. 4to; Amst. 1750.
Chateaubriand's Natchez, 3 v. 12mo.
Chaucer, fol., in black letter.
by Ogle, 3 v. 8vo.
by Urry, fol.
Coluthi Raptus Helenae, Gr. Lat. a Lennep, 8vo.
Contes Moraux de Marmontel, 3 v. 12mo.
Contes Orientaux, 2 v. 12 mo.
Corinne, ou l'ltalie, par Made, de Stael Holstein, 2 v. 8ve.
Crabbe's Tales, 2 v. 12mo.
Dodsley's ^Esop, 12mo.
Don Quixote, (Spanish and French,) 14 v. 12mo.
(English, by Motteux,) 5 v. 12mo; Edinb.
1822.
(English, by Smollett,) 4 v. 12mo.
Du Bartas's Poems, p. 4to.
Galatea de Cervantes, 2 v. 8vo; Madrid, 1784.
Gayton's Notes on Don Quixote, p. fol.
German Romance; Specimens of its chief Authors, 4 v.
12mo; Edinb. 1827.
Gil Blas, par M. Le Sage, 4 v. 16s.
Gil Blas, (Eng. by Smollett,) 4 v. 12mo. [4th musing.]
Hau Kiou Choaan, or the Pleasing History, 4 v. 12mo.
Haywood's Novels, 4th vol. 12mo.
History of Friar Gerund, 2 v. 8vo; London, 177*.
History of Several Ladies, 2 v. 12mo.
History of the Devil, 12mo.
II Dante da Venturi, 3 v. 12mo.
II Decamerone di Boccacci, 2 v. 8vo.
L— Family at Washington, 12mo.
Lawyer, or Man as he ought not to be, 12mo.
Les Metamorphoses d'Ovide, Lat. et Fr. par Banier, 2 vfolio; Amsterdam, 1732.

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of the lute President Jeffmson, when it wa.s purchaurd bv Congress hi 181o.

123 Life of an Actor, by Egan, 8vo.
121 London in the Olden Time, 12mo.
J. 92 Longi Pastorales deDaphnide etChloe,Gr. Lat. 8vo;Lipsiae,
116
124
J. 31
J. 94
J. 122
25
J. 66
115
J. 59
J. 98
J. 101
J. 5
J. 125
6
J. 106
107
J.
J,
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

2
95
96
68
100
64
37
63
56

J. 17
J. 19
26
27
J. 3
J. 18
J. 23
J. 22
120
J. 102

J.
J.
J.
J.

20
97
131
128

1777.
Lord Byron's Works, 3 v. 8vo.
L'Orlando Furioso di Lodovico Ariosto, con Annotazioni,
8 v. 8vo.
Love and Madness, 12mo.
Lycophronis Cassandra, Gr. Lat. Reichardi, 8vo.
Manley's Novels, 8vo.
Memoirs of Oliver Cromwell and his Children, 3 v. 12mo. (2
copies. )
Modern Story Teller, 12mo.
Moore's Lalla Rookh, 8vo.
Nouveau Choix des Fables d'Esope, Gr. Lat. avec des Notej{,
par Le Roi, 12 mo.
Nouvel Anténor, par Lantier, 8vo.
Novelas Exemplares de Cervantes, 2 v. 8vo; Madrid, 178S.
Opere di L. Ariosto, 4 v. 16s; Venezia, 1741.
Orlando Furioso, by Harington, fol.
Orlando Innamorato di Bojardo, rifattoda F. Berni, 6 v. 16s.
Ossian, by Blair, 2 v. 8vo.
Ossian's Poems in the original Gaelic, with a translation into
Latin, 3 v. 8vo; London, 1807.
Ovid's Metamorphoses, old Eng. 12mo.
Ovidii Metamorphoseon, Delph. 8vo.
Ovidii Opera, Notis Variorum, 3 v. 8vo.
Paysanne Pervertie, ou les Dangers de la Ville, 5 v. 12mo.
Persiles et Sigismundade Cervantes, 2 v. 8vo; Madrid, 1781.
Phaedrus, by Bailey, 8vo.
by Maittaire, 12 mo.
by Stirling, 8vo.
Quatrains de Pibrac, et les Fables de la Fontaine et de Boursault, 12 mo.
Rabelais, by Ozell, 5 v. 12mo.
Roderick Random, by Smollett, 2 v. 12mo.
Romance of History, by H. Neele, 2 v. 12mo.
Russian Tales, 12mo.
Silius Italicus, 12mo.
Spenser, by Hughes, 6 v. 12mo.
Sterne's Sentimental Journey, 2 v. 12mo.
Tristram Shandy, 1st, 2d, and 4th v. 12mo.
Story of a Wanderer, 8vo.
Viage al Parnaso de Cervantes, 8vo; Madrid, 1784.
Vicar of Wakefield, by Goldsmith, 1 v. 12mo.
Voyages d'Antenor en Grece et en Asie, par Lantier, 3 v. 8vo.
Voyages de Cyrus, par Ramsay, 4to.
Xenophontis Ephesii Amores Anthiae et Abrocomae, Gr. Lat.
Cocchii, 4to; Londini, 1726.

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J. 127
J. 16

Xenophontis Ephesii Amores Anthiae et Abrocomae, Gr.
Lat. Ital. Gall. 4to; Lucae, 1781.
Zayde, par Made, de Lafayette, 2 v. 12mo.
Brown's Novels, viz:

81 Arthur Mervyn, 2 v. 12mo.j
82 Edgar Huntly, 12mo.
85 Jane Talbot, 12mo.
84 Ormond, 12 mo.
83 Wieland, 12mo.
Cooper's Novels, viz:
75
74
73
72
77
78.
71
76
79

Last of the Mohicans, 2 v. 12mo.
Lionel Lincoln, 2 v. 12mo.
Pilot, 2 v. 12mo.
Pioneers, 2 v. 12mo.
Prairie, 2 v. 12mo.
Red Rover, 2 v. 12mo.
Spy, 2 v. 12mo.
Water Witch, 2 v. 12mo.
Wept of Wish-ton-Wish, 2 v. 12mo.
Sir Walter Scott's Novels, viz:

44
55
85
53
54
45
36
38
42
43
46
47
48
52
37
49
39
40
41
51
34
50

Abbot, 2 v. 12mo.
Anne of Geierstein, 2 v. 12mo.
Antiquary, 2 v. 12mo.
Chronicles of the Canongate, 1st series, 2 v. 12mo.
2d series, 2 v. 12mo.
Fortunes of Nigel, 2 v. 12mo.
Guy Mannering, 2 v. 12mo.
Ivanhoe, 2 v. 12mo.
Kenilworth, 2 v. 12mo.
Monastery, 2 v. 12mo.
Peveril of the Peak, 2 v. 12mo.
Pirate, 2 v. 12mo.
Quentin Durward, 2 v. 12mo.
Redgauntlet, 2 v. 12mo.
Rob Roy, 2 v. 12mo.
St. Ronan's Well, 2 v. 12mo.
Tales of My Landlord, 1st series, 3 v. 12mo.
2d series, 2 v. 12mo.
3d series, 3 v. 12mo.
Tales of the Crusaders, 3 v. 12mo.
Waverley, 2 v. 12mo.
Woodstock, 2 v. 12mo.

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113
112
110
109
111

Sir Walter Scott's Poems, viz:
Don Roderick, 8vo.
Lay of the Last Minstrel, 8vo.
Lord of the Isles, 8vo.
Marmion, 8vo.
Minstrelsy, 3 v. 8vo.
Rokeby, 8vo.

CHAPTER XXXV

[Alcove N° 9.]

PASTORALS, ODES, ELEGIES, &0.

J. 49
J. 8
J. 64
J.

1

J.

67

J. 43
28
J. 38
12
71
J. 72
J. 37
J. 52
J. 35
J. 70
20
J. 62
J. 42
J. 33
J. 40
J. 39
73
J. 56
19
55
45

Anacreon, Gr. Forster, 12mo.
Gr. Lat. notis Barnee, 12mo; Cantab. 1721.
Anacreonte, Gr. Lat. Ital. da Corsini, Regnier, Marchetti,
Salvini, ed altri, 4to. Ausonius, 12mo.
C Beattie's Minstrel, 4to.
< Hermit of Warkworth, 4to.
( Sacontala, 4to.
Bion et Moschus, Gr. Lat notis Heskin, 8vo.
Bowring's Poetry of the Magyars, 12mo.
Buckingham's Works, 12mo.
Burns' Works, 1st, 3d, and 4th v. 24s.
Callimachus's Works, fol.
Callimachus, Gr. Foulis, fol.
Campbell's Pleasures of Hope, 12mo.
Claudian, 8vo.
Cowley, by Hurd,2 v. 12mo.
Cowley's Works, fol.
Dei Sepolcri Poesie di Ugo Foscolo, ed altri poeti, 12mo.
Discours en Vers, par Humphreys, Eng. Fr. 8vo
Fawkes' Theocritus, 8vo.
Five Pieces of Runic Poetry, trans. from the Islandic Lan
guage, 12mo.
Freneau's Poems, 8vo.
Poems, 2 v. 12mo.
Georgica Publii Virgilii Maronis Hexaglotta, folio; Londini,
1827. (present.)
Gilbert's Poems, 8vo.
Heber's Poems, 16s.
Hemans' Poems, 3 v. 8vo.
Hood's Whims and Oddities, in Prose and Verse, 2 v. 8vo.
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Note....The Works to which the 1etter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

J. 61
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

26
25
30
48
18
23
22
32
54
59
4
65

J. 50
J. 51
J. 21
60
27
13
J. 14
J. 69

J. 66
J. 63
57
J. 17

J. 44

J. 15

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
.T.

53
11

47
6
5
31
24

-Mi

Humphrey's Works, 8vo.
Kettell's Specimens of American Poetry, 3 v. 12mo.
Las Eroticas y Boecio de Villegas, 2 v. 8vo.
Miss Lomax's Notes of an American Lyre, 12mo.
Moore's Anacreon, p. 8vo.
Musae Anglicanae, 3 v. 12mo.
Obras Poeticas de De la Huerta, 2 v. 8vo.
Ocios del Conde de Rebolledo, 4 v. 8vo.
(Euvres de St. Evremond, 7 v. 12mo.
Ogilvie's Poems, 2 v. 8vo.
Oldham's Works, 8vo.
Orpheus, Gr. Lat. 12mo; Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1689.
Ovidii Epistolae, Commentantibus Volsco, Cresentinate, Parrhasio et Ascensio, 4to.
Epistolae, Lat. Eng. by Davidson, 8vo.
Tristia, by Stirling, 8vo.
Parnaso Espanol, v. 3—9, 12mo.
Pasquin's Poems, 8vo.
Percy's Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, 3 v. l2mo.
Peter Pindar's Works, 4 v. 24s.
Pindar, Gr. Lat. Foulis, 2 v. 12mo.
Poems, Asiatic, 4to.
'Poems, viz: Coluthus's Rape of Helen, 4to.
Jodrell's Persian Heroine, 4to.
- Humphrey's Poems, 4to.
Lapidary Panegyric on Fred. II., by Birckenstock, 4to.
Luzac—Oratio de Eruditione, altrice Virtutis Civilis, 4to.
Poems, (labelled Fine Arts,) 8vo.
Poesiasde Dr J. J. Fernandez de Madrid, 8vo. (present. )
Poemataltalorum, scSannazarius, Amaltheus, Vida, Francastorius, Palearius, Etruscus, Stroza, Molsa, Naugerius, Pontanus, Politianus, Ariosto, Flaminius, Augurellus, Crinitus, Cotta, Archius, Buchananus, Vaxis, Fascitellus, Parlistaneus, 2 v. 12mo; Londini, 1740.
Poetae Minores Graeci,sc Hesiod, Theocritus, Moschus, Bion,
Musaeus, Theognis, Phocylides, Pythagoras, 8vo; Lond.
1728.
Poetae Latini Minores, sc Faliscus, Nemesianus, Serenus, Calpurnius, Rutilius, Marcellus, Fannius, Sulpicia, 12mo;
Glasguae, 1752. Foulis ed.
Pouesies Prouvencalos de Gros, 8vo.
Prudentii quae extant Heinsii, 16s; Amstelodami, 1667.
Psalmi Davidici, Duporti et Buchanani, Gr. Lat. 8vo.
Psalmi Davidici, Johnstoni, 12mo; Londini, 1741.
Psalterium, Gr. Lat. 12mo; Oxoniae, 1678.
Recueil des Noels Provenceaux, par Saboly, 12mo.
Romances de Germania de Quevedo, 8vo.
Shenstone's Works, 3 v. 12mo.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

58
3
41
2
34
10
46
68
16
9
29

State Poems, 8vo.
Teocrito da Salvini, 12mo.
Theocritus, Gr. Lat cum Scholiis, 8vo.
Gr. Lat. Foul. 12mo.
Thomson's Seasons, 12mo.
Tibullus, et Propertius, 12mo; Glasgua3, 1753. Foulis.
Tyrtaeus, Gr. Lat. p. 4to. Foulis.
Versailles Immortalise, 2 v. 4to.
Vidae, 12mo.
Virgil's Eclogues, old English translations, 12mo.
Wheatley's (Phillis) Poems on Various Subjects, 12mo.

CHAPTER XXXVI

[Alcove N° 9.]

DIDACTIC.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

63
39
37
38
29
19
30
56
34
22
23
58
67
40
66
72
21
5

J. 32
J. 6
J. 4

Age Reviewed, a Satire, 8vo.
Anthologia Westmonasteriensis, 8vo.
Armstrong's Art of Preserving Health, 12mo.
(Economy of Love, 8vo.
Avenia, by Thomas Branagan, 12mo.
Boileau, 2 v. 12mo.
:
Branagan's Penitential Tyrant, 12mo.
Butler's Hudibras, 2 v. 8vo.
Carmina Quadragesimalia, 12mo.
Cotton's Poetical Works, 12mo.
Virgil Travestie, 12mo.
Crabbe's Poetical Works, 8vo; Paris, 1829.
Creech's Lucretius, 2 v. 8vo.
Cutt's Poetical Exercises, 12mo.
Darwin's Temple of Nature, 8vo.
Drayton's Poly-Olbion, p. folio.
Eloge de la Folie d'Erasme, par Gueudeville, 12mo.
Epigrammatum Delectus et Elegantes Sententiae, Etonenses.
12mo.
Garth's Dispensatory, 12mo.
Graecorum Epigrammatum Delectus, Johnsoni, 12mo.
Graecorum Epigrammatum Florilegium Novum, 12mo.

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Note....The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, vere in the Library

J. 33

74

J. 50
57

J. 9
J. 44
J. 43

.r.
.r.
j.
j.
j.

J.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j.
j
j.

j.

7
45
14
13
15
2
46
47
114
11a
11
12
53
28
16
70
68
18
17
71
69
52
49
S
41
20
62a
1
10
48
27

Gnomici Poetae Graeci, a Brunck, Gr. Lai. 12mo; — sc Callimachus, fallenius, Cleanthes, Eratosthenes, Evenus,
Hesiod, Linus, Menecrates, Metrodorus, Mimnermus,
Naumachus, Panyacides, Phoeylides, Pseudo-Phocylides,
Posidippus, Pythagoras, Rhianus, Simonides, Solon, Theognis, Tyrtaeus.—Comicorum Sententiae, sc Alexis, Amphis, Anaxandrides, Antiphanes, Apollodorus, Clearchus,
Cratetes, Diodorus, Diphilus, Eriphus, Eubulus, Hipparchus, Menander, Nicostratus, Pherecrates, Philemon,
Philippides, Philippus, Posidippus, Sotades, Timocles,
et Monostichi, ex diversis Poetis.
Haygarth's Greece, 4to.
Hesiodus, Orpheus. Proclus, Gr. Lat. Ital. Salvini, 8vo.
Homer Burlesqued, 2 v. 8vo.
Horace, parDacier, Lat. Fr., 10 v. 12mo.
Delphini, 8vo.
p. 4to; Foulis ed.
notis Bond, 12mo.
illustr. C. Anthon, 8vo; Novi Eboraci, 1830.
Eng., by Francis, 4 v. 12mo.
Eng. , by the most eminent hands, 12mo.
by Hurd, 2 v. 12mo.
Intercepted Letters, 12mo.
Juvenal et Persius, Lelphini, 8vo.
Juvenal et Persius, notis variorum, 8vo.
Juvenal et Persius, Stephani, 12mo.
Juvenal et Persius, Farnabii, 16s.
Juvenal and Persius, Eng., by Dryden, 12mo.
Persius, et Sulpicia, Lat. Fr. De Marolles, 12mo.
L'Astronomie, par Gudin, 8vo.
Linn's Powers of Genius, 12mo.
Lucretius, 12mo. Baskerville ed.
Delphini, 4to.
4to. Foulis ed.
Lat. Fr. , par Lagrange, 2 v. 8vo.
Tanaquil Fabri, 12mo.
Tonson; Lond. 4to.
Wakefield, 8vo; Glasguae, 1813.
Manilii Astronomicon, Scaligeri, p. 4to.
Martialis, Delphini, 8vo.
Farnabii, 12mo.
New Bath Guide, 12mo.
(Euvres de Boileau, 5 v. 12mo.
Percival's Poems, 8vo. (present.)
Persius, cum notis Bond, 12mo.
Petronii Arbitri Satyricon, p. 8vo.
Petronius, notis variorum, 8vo.
Philips's Poems, 12 mo.

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of the la'e President Ieffebson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J. 36
J. 42
59
55

J. 26
J. 73
J. 64

J.
J.
J.
J.

31
60
54
65
24
51
25
8
61
62

J. 35

Pia Hilaria Angelini Gazaei, 12mo; Lond. 1657.
Pierce Plowman's Visions, 8vo.
Poetical Works of Rogers, Campbell, Montgomery, Lamb,
and Kirke White, 8vo; Paris, 1829.
Pope's Works, by Roscoe, 10 v. 8vo.
Praedium Rusticum, 12mo.
Press, by McCreery, 4to.
Pursuits of Literature, 8vo.
Rickman's Religious and Moral Poems, 12mo.
Southey's Poetical Works, 8vo; Paris, 1829.
Swift's Works, by W. Scott, 19 v. 8vo.
Three Months in Ireland, 8vo.
Trumbull's McFingal, !2mo.
Virgiiii Bucolica, Lat. Fr., par Didot, 8vo.
Rami, 12mo.
Virgilius Evangelisans, Kossaei, 12mo.
Wordsworth's,Poetical Works, 8vo; Paris, 1828.
Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper, by
A. Chalmers, 21 v. 8 vo; London, 1810.
World, 4 v. 12mo.

CHAPTER XXXVII

[Alcove N° 9.]

TRAGEDY.
J. 11
J. 19
J. 18
34

J.
J.
J.
J.

35
20
42
9
10
40

J. 41
J. 21
J. 24
J.

5

Addison's Works, 3 v. 12mo. (2d wanting.)
.flSschylus, Commentario, Scholiis et Lexico Schutz, Gr. et
Eng. by Potter, 8 v. 8vo.
.flSschylus, Gr. Lat. 2 v. p. 4to. Foulis.
Ayscougn's Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words of
Shakspeare, 8vo.
(
Baillie's (Joanna) Series of Plays on the Passions, 3 v. 8vo.
Boyd's translation of the Agamemnon of JEschylus, 8vo.
Capell's Notes and Various Readings to Shakspeare, 4to.
Dodd's Beauties of Shakspeare, 2 v. 12mo.
Dryden's Plays, 6 v. 12mo.
Euripides, cum Scholiis, Gr. Lat. Barnesii, 3 v. 4to; Lipsiae,
1778.
Euripides, Eng. by Potter, 2 v. 4to.
Euripidis Iphigenia in Aulide et in Tauris, Gr. Lat. Markland, 8vo.
Euripidis Medea et Phoenissae cum Scholiis, Gr. Lat. Piers,
8vo.
Euripidis Tragoedie, Gr. Lat. Canteri, 2 v. in 4, 12mo; Heidelb. 1597.

238

COMEOT.

[Chapter 38.

Note.. ..The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

J. 43
J. 2
J. 7
J. 22
J. 26
J. 16
36
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

J.
J.
J.

J.
J.
J.

39
28
6
12
13
4
1
17
30
29
33
32
23
3
31
14
37
38
27
8
15

Francklin's Sophocles, 2 v. in 1, 4to.
Heywood's Seneca, in English Metre, black letter, 12mo;
Oxford, 1560.
Idea de la Tragedia Antigua, por de Salas, 2 v. p. 8vo,
Jodrell's Illustrations of Euripides, 8vo.
Mallet's Works, 8vo.
Mason's Poetical Works, 12mo.
Massinger's Plays; with Critical and Explanatory Notes, by
W. Giflford, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1813.
Operas, 4to.
Operas, 8vo.
Opere dell' Abate P. Metastasio, 12 v. 12mo.
Otway's Plays, 3 v. 12mo. .
Rowe's Works, 3 v. 12 mo.
Scholia in Sophoclis Tragoediae, 12mo.
Senecae Tragoediae, cum notis Farnabii, 24s. 1678.
Senecae Tragoediae, notis variorum, 8vo.
Shakspeare, by Johnson and Steevens, 10 v. 8vo.
Shakspeare's XX Plays, by Steevens, 4 v. 8vo.
Plays, by Johnson, Steevens, and Reed, 2 v. 8vo.
Plays, by Harvey, 8vo; London, 1825.
Sophocles, Gr. Lat. T. Johnson, 2 v. Svo.
Sophoclis Tragoediae, Gr. Lat. Foulis, 2 v. 12mo.
Supplement to Shakspeare, by Johnson and Steevens, 2 v. Svo.
Thomson's Works, 4 v. 12mo.
Tragedie di Vincenzo Monti, 8vo; Firenze, 1822.
Tragedie di Vittorio Alfieri, 6 v. 8vo; Firenze, 1824.
Tragedies, by several hands, 8vo.
Tragedies, by several hands, 12mo.
Young's Works, 4 v. 12mo.

CHAPTER XXXVIII

[Alcove N° 10.]

COMEDY.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

13
32
31
12
22
25

Aristophanes, Gr. Lat. Brunck. 6 v. 8vo; Argentorati, 1783.
Aristophanes, Kusteri, Gr. Lat. cum Scholiis, fol.
Beaumont and Fletcher's Plays, folio.
Capell's Prolusions, 12mo.
Comedies, Fr. 8vo.
Comedies of Terence, translated by Colman, 8vo; London,
1810.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815

J.
J.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

8
4
6
30
26
14
1
2
23
18
5
19
11
21
10
29
16
15
27
28
24
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9,
30
17
3
7
9

Congreve's Plays, 1st v. 12 mo.
Dramatic Table Talk, 3 v. 12mo.
Farquhar's Plays, 2 v. 12mo.
Joconde, ou les Coureurs d'Aventures, par M. Etienne, 8vo.
Jonson's (Ben) Works, by Gifford, 9 v. 8vo.
Menandri et Philemonis Reliquiae, notis Grotii et Clerici, 8vo.
Moliere, 6 v. 16s.
-—, 8 v. 12mo; (4th wanting.)
CEuvres Completes d'Alex. Duval, 9 v. 8vo.
QLuvres Completes de Beaumarchais, 3 v. 8vo.
ffiuvres de Theatre de Diderot, 12mo.
CEuvres Dramatiques de Mercier, 2 v. 8vo.
Plays by Cibber, Vanbrugh, Centlivre, &c &c, 12mo.
Plays by Reed, &c &c, 8vo.
Plays by Steele, Jonson, Cibber, &c &c, 12mo.
Plauti Comoediae, 4to.
Plauti Selectae Comoediae, Delphini, 8vo.
Plautus, notis variorum, 2 v. 8vo.
Puglia's Double Disappointment, MS., 4to.
Embargo, MS., 4to.
Scelte Commedie di Carlo Goldoni, 12 v. 8vo; Padova, 1811.
Sedley's Works, 2d vol. 12mo.
Terentius, Bentleii, 4to.

Delphini, 8vo.
Theatre Italien, 9 v. 12 mo.
Vanbrugh's Plays, 2 v. 12mo.
Wycherly's Plays, 1st vol. 12mo.

CHAPTER XXXIX

[Alcove N° 10.]

DIALOGUE—EPISTOLARY.
J. 34
42
J.
J.
J.
J.

Conversations des Gens du Monde, 8vo.
Conversations on Religion, with Lord Byron and others, by
James Kennedy, 8vo; London, 1830.
4 Dialogues des Morts de Fontenelle, 12mo.
27 Erasmi Colloquia, variorum, 8vo.
35 Landor's Imaginary Conversations, 2 v. 8vo.
6 Luciani Opera, Gr. Lat. Cognati et Sambuci Annotationibus,
3 v. 12mo;Basiles3, 1563.
43 Luciani Opera, Gr. Lat. Gesneri, scholiis et notis, 3 v. 4to;
Amst. 1743.

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[Chapter 39.

Note....The. Work* to whicl) the letter J. is prefixed, »er in 'he Li!>rury

J. 5
J. 28
J. 44
36

Lucien de la traduction de D'Ablancourt, 2 v. 12rno.
Lyttelton's Dialogues of the Dead, 8vo.
Mythologie Dramatique de Lucien, Gr. Fr. par Gail, 4to.
Southey's Colloquies on the Progress and Prospects of So
ciety, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1829.
EPISTOLARY.

J.
J.

9
10
I8
19
26
J. 8
J. 1
40
25

J. 12
J. 13
J. 31
J.

39
7

30
45
J. 17
J. 16

J. 34
J. 11
J. 37

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

41
21
22
3
29
14
15
2
32
24

J. 20
23
46
38

JEschinis Epistolae, Gr. Sammet, p. 8vo; Lipsiae, 1771.
Alciphronis Epistolae, Gr. Lat. Bergler, p. 8vo; apud Fritsch.
Algarotti's Military and Political Letters, 12 mo.
Political Letters on Russia, 1784, 12mo.
Aretini Epistolarum, Lit. 12mo; Hamb. 1724.
Aristaeneti Epistolae, Gr. Lat. 12mo; Parisiis, 1610.
Aschami Epistolae, 16s; Col. Allob. 1611.
Aubrey's Letters, by eminent Persons, 3 v. 8vo.
Brigg's Letters, addressed to a Young Person in India, 12mo;
London, 1828.
Ciceronis Epistolae ad Atticum, Lat. Fr. Mongault, 6 v.12mo.
ad Familiares, Lat. Fr. Prevost, 6 v. 12mo.
Cicero's Epistles to Atticus, Eng. by Guthrie, 2 v. 8vo.
Correspondence of Edmund Burke and French Laurence, 8vo.
Epistolae Apollomi Tyanei, Anacharsidis, Euripidis, Theani,
Hippocratis, Democriti, Heracliti, Diogenis, et Cratetis,
Gr. Lat. 12mo; 1601.
Francklin's Epistles of Phalaris, 8vo; London, 1749.
Kirkpatrick's Select Letters of Tippoo Sultan, 4to.
La Vie d'Abeillard et d'Helo'fse, par A. F. Gervaise, 12mo.
Lettres d'Abeillard et d'Heloi'se, par A. F. Gervaise, Lat. Fr.
2 v. 12mo.
Le Blanc's Letters, 2 v. 8vo.
Lettres Grecques d'Alciphron, trad, en Francois, 3 v. 12mo.
Lettres de Mad. de Sevigne, 8 v. 8vo; Paris, 1806.
Madame de Maintenon's Secret Correspondence, 3 v. 8vo.
Madame de Sevigne's Letters, 9 v. 12mo.
Montagu's (Lady Mary W.) Works, 5 v. 12mo.
CEuvres de Voiture, 12mo.
Phalaridis Epistolae, Gr. Lat 8vo.
Plinii Epistolae, 12mo.
Plinii Epistolae, Lat. Fr. par De Sacy, 12mo.
Plinii Epistolae et Panegyricus, 24s.
Pliny's Epistles, Eng. by Orrery, 2 v. 8vo.
Riedesel's Letters and Memoirs relating to the War of Ameri
can Independence, 8vo.
Sancho's Letters, 12mo.
Ultime Lettere di Jacopo Ortis, 12nW; Italia, 1802.
Walpole's (Horace) Letters
Private to
Correspondence,
the Earl of Hertford,
4 v. 8vo.
4to.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it w»s purchased by Congress in 1815.

CHAPTER XL....[Alcove N° 10.]

LOGIC-RHETOniC-ORATIOWS.

LOGIC.
Artis Logics, Aldrich, 12mo.
Crackanthorpii Logica, 4to.
Fraunce's Lawyer's Logic, 4to; London, 1588.
16 Hambilton's Parliamentary Logic, 8vo.
J. 15 Hedge's Elements of Logic, 12mo. (present.)
J. 20 Logica de Condillac, por Foronda, 8vo.
J. 2 Logic of Condillac, by Neef, p. 8vo.
J. 17 Wallis Institutio Logicae, 8vo.
J. 18 Watts' Logic, 8vo.

J. 5
J. 21
J. 19

t

RHETORIC.
Adams' Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory, 2 v. 8vo.
Aristotle's Rhetoric, by Gillies, 8vo.
Art of Improving the Voice and Ear, 8vo.
Blair's Lectures on Rhetoric, 3 v. 8vo.
J.
Cambray on Eloquence, 12mo.
J.
Cicero's Orator, by Guthrie, 8vo.
J.
Demetrius Phalereus de Elocutione, Gr. Lat. 8vo; Foulis.
J.
Dugard Rhetorices Elementa, 12mo.
J.
Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature, by W. A. Schlegel ,
2 v. 8vo.
J. 32 Mason on Poetical and Prosaic Numbers and Elocution, 8vo.
59 Priestley on Oratory and Criticism, 4to; London, 1777.
J. 22 Quinctiliani Institutiones Oratoriae, 4to.
31 Rush on the Philosophy of the Human Voice, 8vo.
J. 30 Sheridan on Elocution, 8vo.
J.
3 Vossii Rhetorica, 12mo.
J. 23 Ward's Oratory, 2 v 8vo.
J. 27

26
14
24
6
28
29
4
25

ORATIONS.
J.

8
51

iEschinis in Ctesiphontem Oratio, Gr. Lat. 12mo; Foulis.
Barreau Français. Chefs-d'Giiuvre de 1'Eloquence Judiciaire
en France, 16 v. 8vo; Paris, 1823-'24.
31

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J.

13
49
50
48

J. 42
53

J. 46
J. 34

J. 35
J. 7
J. 38
37
54

J. 55

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

43
45
11
40
9
39
41
37
10
36

J. 58
57

J. 1
J. 56

J. 12
44

J. 33
52

Birch's Virginian Orator, 12mo.
British Cicero, by T. Brown, 3 v. 8vo.
British Senate, by Hazlitt, 2 v. 8vo.
Canning's Speeches; with a Memoir of his Life, by R. Therry, 6 v. 8vo; London, 1828.
Cicero's Orations, Eng. by Guthrie, 3 v. 8vo.
Clay's Speeches, 8vo; Philadelphia, 1827.
Curran's Forensic Eloquence, 8vo.
Demosthenes, ^schines, Deinarchus, Lycurgus, Demades,
Gr. ; Andocides, Lysias, Isaeus, Antiphon, Gr. Lat. ; Lesbonactes, Herodes, Antisthenes, Alcidamas, et Georgias,
Gr. ; Notis Wolfii, Taylori, Markiandi, et Jacobii Reiske,
22 v. 8vo; Lipsiae, 1770-'75, cui Additur, Oratio inedita
Isaei Rhetoris.
Demosthenis Orationes Selects, Mounteney, 8vo.
Philippica, Gr. Foul. ; English, by several, 2 v.
12mo.
Discours de Lycurgue, d'Andocide, &c, par Auger, Fr. 8vo.
Erskine's Speeches, 2 v. 8vo.
Eulogies on John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, 8vo; Hart
ford, 1826.
Euiogiums on Washington, 8vo.
Fox's Speeches, 6 v. 8vo.
Grattan's Speeches, 8vo.
Histoire des Discours de Ciceron, 12mo; Paris, 1765.
Isocrate, d' Auger, 3 v. 8vo.
Isocratis Orationes et Epistolae, Gr. Lat. 12mo.
Isocratis Orationes, Gr. 2 v. 8vo.
Isocrates' Orations, Eng. by Dinsdale, 8vo.
Leland's Demosthenes, 2 v. 8vo.
Lycurgi Oratio, Gr. Lat. 12mo.
OZuvres de Demosthene et d'Eschine, par Auger, Fr. 5 v.
8vo.
Oration, by Fairfax, 8vo.
Orationes Funebres, Gr. Lat. 8vo; Oxonii, 1746.
Orationes ex Historicis Excerptae, 12mo.
Orations—to wit: Inauguralis, Ezra Stiles. —De Antiqua
Medico. —Philosophia a Coste. —Inauguralis de Cholera,
a Lyons. —On the influence of Physical Causes, &c, by
Rush, 8vo.
Orations on the Massacre at Boston, March 5, 1770, 12mo.
Pitt's Speeches in the House of Commons, 3d edition, 3 v.
8vo; London, 1817.
Quintiliani Declamationes, 8vo.
Williston's Eloquence of the United States, 4 v. 8vo.

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CHAPTER XLI

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CRITICISM.

J.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

3
7
2
11
15
5
10
12
16
9
4

J. 17
J. 1
J. 8
J. 13
J. I8
J.

6
14

THEORY.
Aristotelis de Poetica, Gr. Lat. 12mo; Foulis.
Brydges' Letters on the Character and Genius of Lord By
ron, 12mo.
Campbell's Essay on Poetry, 12mo.
Lectures on Systematic Theology, 8vo.
Drake's Memorials of Shakspeare, 8vo.
Du Bos sur la Poesie et Peinture, 3 v. 12mo.
Fitzosborne's Letters, 8vo.
Geddes on the Composition of the Ancients, 8vo.
Harris's Philological Enquiries, 8vo.
Kaim's Elements of Criticism, 2 v. 8vo.
La Poetica de Aristoteles, por Ordenez y Florez, Gr. Lat
Span. p. 8vo.
Longinus de Sublimitate, Gr. Lat. Tollii, 4to.
Longinus de Sublimitate, Gr. Lat. Hudsoni, 12mo.
Rapin's Critical Works, Eng. 2 v. 8vo.
Riccoboni's Account of the Theatres in Europe, 8vo.
Theorie Circonspherique des Deux Genres de Beau, par Cordier de Launay, 4to.
Trapp's Praelectiones Poeticae, 2d v. 12mo.
Warton's History of English Poetry, 4 v. 8vo.

CHAPTER XLII

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criticism:.

J. 49
39
28

BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Alber's American Annals in Physic, Chemistry, &c, 12mo;
1803.
American Quarterly Review, 8 v. 8vo; Phila. 1827-'30.
Analectic Magazine, from 1813 to 1820, 16 v. 8vo; Philadel
phia.

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[Chapter 42.

Note....The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

27

Analytical Review, from 1788 to 1799, 29 v. 8vo; London.

J. 51 Annuaire de la Librairie, par Fleischer, 8vo; Paris, 1802.
J. 21 Aristarchus Anti-Bentleianus, autore R. Johnson, 8vo; 1717.
J. 23 Ayscough's Index to the Monthly Reviews, from 1749 to
1784, 2 v. 8vo; London.
Berrington's Literary History of the Middle Ages, 4to.
Bibliographical Dictionary and Miscellany, 8 v. 12mo.
Bibliographie de la France, 8vo.
Bibliographic Instructive de De Bure, 9 v. 8vo.
Bibliotheca Arabico-Hispana Escurialensis, 2 v. folio; Matriti, 1760-'70.
J. 1 Bibliotheque Choisie, 28 v. 12mo. (3d wanting.)
J. 2 Bibliotheque des Sciences et des Arts, 63 v. 12mo.
J. 7 Blackwall on the Classics, 12mo.
on the Sacred Classics, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 8
26 British Review, or Critical Journal, 6 v. 8vo.
42 Classical Journal, v. 39 and 40, 8vo; London, 1829.
58 Catalogue of Books in the Boston Athenaeum, 8vo; 1827.
(present. )
55 Catalogue of the Library of Congress, 4to; and Supplements,
8vo; 1816, 1827, and 1829.
56 The same, 8vo; 1830
57 Catalogue of the Harvard College Library, 8 v. 8vo; Boston,
1830. (present.)
60 Catalogue of the Library of Alleghany College, 8vo; 1823.
(present. )
59 Catalogue of the Library of the American Philosophical Soci
ety, 8vo; Phila. 1824. (present.)
55a Catalogue of the Library of the Department of State of the
United States, 8vo; Washington, 1830. (present.)
52 Catalogus Bibliothecae Harleianae, 2 v. 8vo; 1743.
J. 24 Critical Reviews, for 1786-'7-'8, 3 v. 8vo; London.
76 Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Stowe Libra
ry, by the Rev. Charles O'Coner, D. D., 2 v. 4to; Buck
ingham, 1818-'19. (present.)
71 Dibdin's Bibliographical Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour,
3 v. royal 8vo.
72
Bibliotheca Spenceriana, 5 v. royal 8vo.
63

Introduction to the rare Editions of the Greek and
Latin Classics, 2 vols. 4to.
14 Dissertations on the History, Arts, Literature, &c, of Asia,
3 v. 8vo.
66 Dunlop's History of Roman Literature, 2 v. 8vo.
41 Eclectic Review, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1828-'29.
30 Edinburgh Review, from 1802 to 1830, 50 v. 8vo; with an.
Index to the first 20 vols. 8vo.
J. 19 Essay on Shakspeare, by Mrs. E. Montague, 8vo.

73
3
53
J. 50
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of the lat>- Presidein Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J.

J.

74
11
35
59a
13
61

10
29
J. 15
54
J. 68
69
J. 22
43
62
J. 12
32
32
33
77
18
36
36
J.
5
25
65
40
67
64
J. 16
J. 17
J. 20
75
44
37
J. 4
9
J.

6

Extracts from the Diary of a Lover of Literature, 4to.
Fabricii Bibliotheca Latina, 8vo.
Foreign Quarterly Review, 5 v. 8vo; London, 1827-'30.
Index to the Library of the Lyceum of Natural History,
of New York, 8vo; N. Y. 1830. (present.)
Jones Poeseos Asiatics Commentaria, 8vo.
Knapp's Lectures on American Literature, 8vo; New York,
1829.
L'Esprit des Journaux Francais et Etrangers, 115 v. 12mo.
Literary and Scientific Repository of New York, 4 v. 8vo.
Lowth de Poesi Hebraeorum, 8vo.
Manuel du Libraire et de l' Amateur de Livres, 4 v. 8vo.
Miller's Retrospect of the 18th Century, 2 v. 8vo; New York,
1803.
Retrospect of the 18th Century, 3 v. 8vo; London,
1805.
Monthly Review, from 1749 to 1764, and from 1736 to 1788,
35 v. 8vo; London.
Monthly Review, New Series, 1829-'30, 4 v. 8vo; London.
Moss's Manual of Classical Bibliography, 2 v. 8vo.
Nicholson's Historical Library, 8vo.
North American Review, 31 v. 8vo; Boston, 1815-'30.
Index to the North American Review, from vol. 1 to vol.
35, 8vo; Boston, 1829.
Quarterly Review, from 1809 to 1828, 35 v. 8vo; London.
Regiae Bibliothecae Matritensis Codices Grssci MS., vol. prius,
folio; Matriti, 1769.
Remarks on the " Wife" of W. Irving, 8vo.
Retrospective Review, 1st Series, 14 v 8vo; Lond. 1820-'26.
2d Series, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1827-'28.
Richardson's Analysis of Shakspeare's Characters, 12mo.
Select Reviews, 7 v. 8vo; Phila. 1809-'12.
Sismondi's Historical View of the Literature of the South of
Europe, 4 v. 8vo.
Southern Review, 6 v. 8vo; Charleston, S. C. 1828-'30.
Storia della Letteratura Italiana di G. Tiraboschi, 16 v. 8vo.
Taylor's History of the Transmission of Ancient Books to
Modern Times, 8vo.
Vossius de Historicis Graecis, p. 8vo.
de Historicis Latinis, p. 4to.
Warton's Observations on Spenser, 2 v. 8vo.
Watt's Bibliotheca Britannica, 4 v. 4to.
Western Review, 3 v. 8vo; Cincinnati, 1828-'30.
Westminster Review, 1824— 1830, 12 v. 8vo; London.
Wheare de Methodo Legendi Historias, 12mo.
Wheare's Method and Order of Reading History, English, by
Bohun, 12mo.
Worrall's Catalogue of Law Books, 12mo.

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CHAPTER XLIII

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CRITICISM.

LANGUAGES.
General—Polyglot—Oriental—Greek—Latin—Italian— Spanish—French
—Northern—English— Welsh.
J. 15 Abrege de la Nouvelle Methode Latine [de Portroyal] 8vo.
J. 131 Ainsworth's Dictionary, Lat. Eng. 3 v. 4to.
16a
Latin Dictionary, 4to; Lond. 1829.
91 Alphabet of the Primitive Language of Spain, and a Philoso
phical Examination of the Antiquity and Civilization of
the Basque People, 8vo. (present.)
J. 73 Anchorani Porta Linguarum Trilinguis, 8vo.
93 Anti Tooke, or an Analysis of Language, by J. Fearn, 2 v.
8vo.
J. 189 Archaionomia Lambardia Wheeloc, folio.
128 Auctores Latinae Linguae in tJnum Redact! Corpus, adjectis
Notis Dion. Gothofredi, 4to; Col. Allob. 1622.
J. 1 1 1 Bachmair's German Grammar, 8vo.
155 Bailey's English Dictionary, folio.
J. 142 Baretti's Dictionary, Ital. Eng. 2 v. 4to.
J. 179
Span, and Eng. Dictionary, 2 y. folio.
96 Barnard's Polyglot Grammar, 8vo.
J. 169 Basilii Fabri Thesaurus Eruditionis Scholastics, folio.
6 Bass's Greek and English Manual Lexicon for the New Tes
tament, 12mo.
J. 187 Bedae Historia Ecclesiastica Paraphrasi Saxonica Alfredi, fol.
J. 87 Benson's Saxon Vocabulary, 8vo.
J. 47 Bible, in Irish, 12mo.
J. 89 Boethius, Anglo- Saxonice ab Alfredo Rege, 8vo; Oxon.
J. 22 Bottarelli's Dictionary, Ital. Fr. Eng. 3d v. 12mo.
J. 34 British Grammar, 12mo.
J. 37 Burn's Grammar, 12mo.
J. 157 Calepini Dictionarium VII Linguarum, sc Lat. Hebr. Gr.
Gall. Ital. Germ. Hisp. folio.
J. 191 Calepini Dictionarium XI Linguarum, sc Lat. Heb. Gr. GaL
Ital. Germ. Hisp. Angl. Belg. Pol. Ungar. folio.

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of the late President Jeitersoh, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815-

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

188
115
16
72
66
95
140
153
50
76
2
177
23
49
144
27
180
181
83

J. 143
J. 182
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

82
84
145
183
141
80
25
79
24
186

J. 139
99

J. 81
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

13
63
86
36
88

Chronologia Anglo Saxonica a Wheeloc, folio.
Claesse's Mohawk Liturgy, p. 4to.
Clarke's Latin Grammar, 12mo.
Clavis Virgiliana, 8vo.
Clavis Homerica, 8vo.
Crabb's English Synonymes, 8vo.
Universal Technological Dictionary, 2 v. 4to.
Croft on the English and German Languages, 4to.
Delaware Indian Spelling Book, by Zeisberger, 12mo.
Della Lingua Toscana di Buommattei, p. 4to.
Devarii de Particulis Graecis, 16s.
Diccionario de Academia Espanola, folio.
Portatil, Espanol e Ingles, 2 v. 12 mo.
Dictionnaire Caraibe de Raymond, 2 v. 12mo.
de l'Academie Francoise, 2 v in 1, 4to.
dePoche. par Catineau, 12mo.
de Trevoux, 8 v. fol. ; Par. 1771.
de Richelet, 3 v. folio.
du Vieux Langage Francois, par Lacombe, 2 v.
8vo.
Espagn. Franc Lat. de Sejournant, 2 v. 4to. .
Etymologique de la LangueFrancoisede M6nage,
2 v. folio.
Etymologique, par Morin, 8vo.
Fr. and Eng., by Dufief, 3 v. 8vo.
Fr. Eng. de Chambaud et Robinet, 2 v. 4to.
Fr. Eng. de Miege, folio.
Ital. et Franc par D'Alberti, 2 v. 4to.
Languedocien-Francois, par L. D. S. 8vo.
Neologique Français, par Snetlage, 12mo.
Portatif et de Prononciation, Espagnol-Francais,
et Francais-Espagnol, par Cormon, 2 v. 8vo.
• Portatif des Langues Francaise et Portugaise,
par F. S. Constancio, 2 v. 12mo.
Dictionarium Saxonico et Gothico-Latinum, auctore E Lye,
2 v. folio.
Dizzionario Greco-Volgare et Italiano, dal Padre Somavera,
2v. 4to; Parigi, 1709.
Donnegan'sNew Greek and English Lexicon, 8vo; 1826.
Dufief's Nature Displayed, adapted to the French Language,
2 v. 8vo.
Dugard Lexicon Graeci Testamenti, p. 8vo.
Elementa Linguae Graecae, Moor, 8vo.
Elstob's Saxon Grammar, p. 4to.
English Grammar, 12mo.
English-Saxon Homily, on the Birth-day of St. Gregory,
Anglo-Sax. and Eng. by Mrs. Elstob, 8vo.

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Note.... The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

J.
8
J. 190
J. 166
J. 161
J.
9
J. 124

172
55
J. 112
J. 122
J. 170
J.
J.
J.
J.

19
48
77
21
151
78

J. 123
J. 85
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

62
61
32
43
60
65
104
52

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

51
137
64
175
5
94

J. 10
148

Erpenii Rudimenta Linguae Arabicae, 12mo; Lug. Bat. 1628.
Etymologicon Linguae Anglicanje Skinneri, fol.
Etymologium Magnum Graecum, fol.
*EuclidisElementorumlibri XIII, Arabice, fol; Romae, 1794.
Evangelium Infantiae Servatorio, Arabice et Latine, Sike,
12 mo.
Evangeliorum Versiones Gothica et Anglo-Saxonica a Junio
et Mareschello, et Gothicum Glossarium Junii, 2 v. in 1,
4to.
Forcellini Lexicon Totius Latinitatis, 4 v. folio.
Frey's Hebrew Grammar, in the English Language, 8vo.
Galick and English Vocabulary, 8vo.
Gibson's Saxon Chronicle, 4to.
Glossarium Mediae et Infimae Graecitatis, Dufresne Dominus du
Cange, 2 v. fol.
Graitus ad Parnassum, Gr. 12mo.
Grammaire Caraibe de Raymond, 12mo.
Espa^nole de Pellizer, 8vo.
Italienne d'XntOdini, 12mo.
Grammar of the Chinese Language, by Morrison, 4to. (pre
sent. )
Grammar of the Spanish Language, with Practical Exercises,
by Josse, 12mo. (present.)
Grammaiica Anglo Saxonica et Moeso-Gothica, Hickesii, et
Islandica Jonae, 4 to.
Anglo-Saxonica ex Hickesiano Thesauro Ex
cerpts, 8vo.
Busbeiana Graeca, 8vo.
Graeci Eton, 8vo.
Lapponica Ganandri, 12mo.
Todesca de Chirchmair, 12mo.
Graecae Grammaticae Institutiones, 8vo; Edinb. [Ruddiman.]
Greek Grammar of Gloucester, 8vo.
Grose's Provincial Glossary, 8vo.
Gurtleri Lexicon IV Linguarum—sc Lat. Gr. Gal. Germ.
8vo.
Harris's Hermes, 8vo.
Hederici Lexicon, 4to.
Holmes' Greek Grammar. 8vo.
Holyoke's Dictionary, Lat. Eng. fol.
Hoele's Accidence, 12mo.
Horne Tooke's Epea Pteroenta, or Diversions of Purley, 2 v.
8vo.
Indian, or Bengal Vocabulary, 12mo.
Illustrations of Northern Antiquities, 4to; Edinb. 1814.

• Books in rare languages are classed here, not according to their subject matter,
but philologically, as specimens of the language in which they are written.

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of the late President Jefferson, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

Jameson's English Dictionary, 8vo.
108 Johnson's Dictionary of the English Language, by Todd, 8vo.
Dictionary of the English Language, 2 v. 4to;
134
Philadelphia, 1818.
English Dictionary, 2 v. 4to; Dublin, 1775.
J. 133
J. 40 Johnston's (Wm.) Spelling Dictionary, 12mo.
J. 121 Johannis ab Ihre Scripta Versionem Ulphilanam illustrantia a
Biisching, 4to.
97 Jones' Greek and English Lexicon, 8vo.
Welsh and English Dictionary, 12mo.
J. 46
J. 167 Julii Pollucis Onomasticum, Gr. Lat. 2 v. in 1, fol.
J. 7 Kusterus de Verbo Medio, 12mo.
J. 71 Latin Grammar, 8vo.
J. 12 Le Jardin des Racines Grecques de Claude Lancelot de Portroyal, 12mo.
J. 29 Les Principes de la Langue Francoise de Girard, 2 v. 12mo.
J. 126 Lexicon Lapponicum Joh. Ihre, cum Grammatica Lapponica
Lindahl, 4to.
J. 39 Lexiphanes, 12mo.
J. 4 Lily's Latin Grammar, 12mo.
J. 130 Linguarum Totius Orbis Vocabularia, a Pallas, 2 v. 4to.
Veterum Septentrionalium Thesaurus Hickesii, 2
J. 184
v. fol.
J. 120 Littleton's English-Latin, Poetical, Historical, Geographical,
and Latino-barbarous Dictionary, 4to.
J. 33 Lowth's English Grammar, 12mo.
J. 185 Lye, E. : Dictionarium Saxonico etGothico-Latinum, ed. Owen
Manning, 2 v. in 1, fol.
J. 45 MacDonald's Gaelic Songs and Poems, with a Glossary, 12mo.
J. 101 Maittaire's English Grammar, 8vo.
J. 119 Meursii Glossarium Graeco-barbarum, 4to.
J. 158 Minshieu's Guide into the Tongues, IX—sc Ang. Belg. Germ.
Gal. Ital. Hisp. Lat. Gr. Hebr., fol.
'- 150 Morrison's Chinese Dictionary, 3 v. 4to.
Chinese Grammar, 4to.
151
J. 35 Murray's English Grammar, 12mo.
History of the European Languages, 2 v. 8vo.
114
135 Nares' Glossary, 4to; London, 1822.
98 Neuman's Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages,
2 v. 8vo.
J. 116 New Testament, Gaelic, 8vo; (Manks;) Whitehaven, 1775.
J. 44 New Testament, Gaidhlig, with rules for reading it, 12mo; Ed
inburgh, 1767.
J. 26 Nugent's Pocket Diet. Fr. Eng., 16s.
J. 53 Oratio Dominica in Diversas Linguas Versa, a Chamberlayne,
p. 4to.
J 92 Orosius, Saxon, by K. Alfred, and Eng. by Harrington, Svo.
149 Ouseley's Oriental Collections, 2 v. 4to.
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LANGUAGES.

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NoTe....The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

J. 138
II8
J. 1
113
178
3. 103
J. 59
J. 69
J. 17
J. 74
J. 17
J. 70
J. 14
42
J. 146
J. 68
J. 164
J. 117
J. 56
J. 75
J. 154
J. 38
J. 57
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

18
127
162
171
20
168
30

J.
J.
J.
J.

31
174
90
152

J.

3

J. 129
J. 176
J. 125
160
J. 173
J. 102
107
J. 106

Parkhurst's Greek and English Lexicon, 4to.
Hebrew Lexicon, 8vo
Pasoris Manuale Graeci Testamenti, 12mo.
Pickering's Vocabulary, 8vo.
Pineda's Spanish Dictionary, folio.
Pointer's Academical Miscellany, 8vo.
Portroyal Greek Grammar, Fr., 8vo.
Latin Grammar, Fr., 8vo.
Pronouncing Dictionary, Fr., by Tardy, 12mo.
Robertson's Latin Phrases, 8vo.
Ross's Latin Grammar, 12mo.
Ruddimanni Institutiones Grammaticae Latinae, 8vo.
Ruddiman's Rudiments of the Latin, 12mo.
Ruggles' Universal Language, 12mo. (present.)
Sacrorum Evangeliorum versio Gothica, ab Edw. Lye, 4to.
Sanctius de Causis Linguae Latinos, 8vo.
Scapulae Lexicon, folio.
—.
4to; Laemarii, 1598.
Sennerti Chaldaismus et Syriasmus, p. 4to.
Sententiae Pueriles, 8vo.
Sewel's Dutch and Eng. Dictionary, 2 v. in 1, 4to.
Sheridan's English Grammar, 12mo.
Simplification desLangues Arabe, Persane, et Turc, par Volney, 8vo.
Smith's New Hampshire Latin Grammar, 8vo.
Specimina Arabica et Persica, a Vieyra, 4to.
Stephani Thesaurus Linguae Graecae, 4 v. folio.
Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, 2 v. folio.
Stirling's Latin Exercises, 8vo.
Suidae Lexicon, Gr. Lat. Kusteri, 3 v. folio.
Synonymes Français, par Diderot, D'Alembert, et de Jaucourt, 12mo.
de Girard, 2 v. 12mo.
Thesaurus Linguae Latinae, Cooper, folio.
Tresordes Trois Langues, Espagn. Franç. Ital., 3 v. p. 4to.
Ulphilae Versio Gothica Epist. Pauli ad Romanos, a Fran
cisco A. Knittel, 4to.
Viger Rotomagensis de Graecae Dictionis Idiotismis, 12mo;
Par. 1627.
Vocabulaires Compar6s des Langues de toute la Terre, par
Pallas, 4 v. 4to.
Vocabolario della Crusca, 5 v. folio.
Vocabolario della Crusca, 5 v. in 2, 4to; Ven. 1741.
Vocabulario de la Lengua Tagala, folio, [present.)
Vossii Etymologicon Linguae Latinae, folio.
Waldo's Rudiments of English Grammar, 8vo.
Walker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, 8vo; Lond. 1828.
Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, 8vo; Phil. 1803.

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,105 Walker's Key to Classical Pronunciation, 8vo.
J. 100 Wallisii Grammatica Linguae Anglicanae, 8vo.
136 Webster's American Dictionary of the English Language,
2 v. 4to.
J. 110
Compendious Dictionary of the English Language,
12mo.
J. 11 Westminster Greek Grammar, 12mo.
J. 67 Wetstenii Orationes de Linguae Graecae Pronunciatione, &c,
8vo.
159 Wilkins on a Philosophical Language, folio.
J. 41 Wilson's Philological Entertainments, 16s.
54 Woodhouse's Portuguese, Spanish, and Italian Grammar, 8vo.
J. 147 Wotton's View of Hickes' Thesaurus, 4to.
58 Young's Discoveries in Hieroglyphical Literature, and Egyp
tian Antiquities, 8vo.

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88
155
J. 37
J. 162
115
91
J. 36
124
123
148
116
25

Acta Eruditorum Lipsiae, 1682—1728, Lat., 47 v. p. 4to>
Sup. et Index, 7 v. p. 4to.
Aikin's Biographical Dictionary, 10 v. 4to.
Alexandri ab Alexandro, Geniales Dies, 2 v. 8vo.
American Encyclopaedia, 18 v. 4to.
American Monthly Magazine, 2 v. 8vo; Phil. 1824.
Annals of Philosophy, by Thompson, 12 v. 8vo; London.
Aristotelis Opera, Gr. Lat., 8 v. 8vo; Laemarii, 1597.
Asiatic Journal, 18J9-'30, 4 v. 8vo; London.
Asiatic Researches, by Sir Wm. Jones, 12 v. 8vo.
Athenaeum, 2 v. 4to; London, 1829-'30.
Atlantic Magazine, 8vo; New York, 1824.
Attic Fragments of Characters, Customs, Opinions, and
Scenes, by the Author of Modern Athens, &c , 8vo.
J. 149a Aulus Gellius Gronovii, 4to.
J. 150 Bacon's (Lord Francis) Advancement of Learning, Eng.,
folio.
J. 167
Works, 4 v. folio.
197 —
Works, 10 v. 8vo.
10 Beattie's Works, 10 v. 12mo.
J. 97 Bee, by James Anderson, 17 v. 8vo.
89 Beloe's Aulus Gellius, 3 v. 8vo.
54 Bibliotheque Etrangere d'Histoire et de Litterature, par M.
Aignan, 3 v. 8vo.
120 Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 9 v. 8vo.
22 Bleecker's (Ann Eliza) Posthumous Works, 12mo; N. Yorkr
• 1793.
144 Blunt's (Joseph) Miscellaneous Pamphlets, viz: Anniversary
Discourse delivered before the New York Historical So
ciety, Dec 13, 1827. —Examination of the Controversy
between Georgia and the Creeks. —Historical Sketch of
the Formation of the Confederacy, particularly with re
ference to the Provincial Limits and the Jurisdiction of
the General Government over the Indian Tribes and the
Public Territory, 8vo.
132 Bracebridge Hall, by W. Irving, 2 v. 8vo.
18 British Essayists, 22 v. 12mo.

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39
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40
41
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J. 101
45
148
42
J. 31
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146
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J.
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J.

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147
96
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J. 165
47
55
152
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145
74
J. 75
J. 168
Il1
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67

Bulletin Universel des Sciences et de l'Industrie, 1 7 v. 8vo.
Burke's Works, 7 v. 8vo; Boston, 1826-'7.
Butler's (Charles) Philological and Biographical Works, 5 v.
8vo.
(Charles) Reminiscences, 8vo.
Carey's American Museum, 1787-'92, 12 v. 8vo. [3d missing.]
Museum for 1798, 8vo.
Cassiodori Opera, 8vo; Aureliae Allobrogum, 1609.
Chambers' Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 2 v. folio.
Ciceronis Opera, Foulis, 20 v. 16s.

Oliveti, 9 v. 4to.
Collectanea Graeca, Dalzel, 8vo; Edinb. I789.
Minora, Dalzel, 8vo; Edinb. 1787.
Colmena Espanola, 12mo; Boston, 1825. (present.)
Columbian Magazine, 6 v. 8vo: Phil. 1 787-' 92.
Court Anecdotes, 12mo; London, 1825.
Court Journal, from May, 1829, to Dec 1830, 2 v. 4to; Lond.
Defoe's Works, 12mo.
Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 4 v. 8vo; Lond. 1764.
D'Israeli's Curiosities of Literature, 3 v. 8vo.
Curiosities of Literature, second series, 3 v. Svo.
Dodsley's Fugitive Pieces, 2 v. 1 2mo.
Drake's Gleaner, 4 v. 8vo.
Mornings in Spring, 2 v. 8vo.
Noontide Leisure, 2 v. 12mo.
Dryden's Works, by Sir W. Scott, 18 v. 8vo.
Edgeworth's Essay on Irish Bulls, 12mo.
Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, by Brewster and Jame
son, 11 v. 8vo; 1819-'24.
New Philosophical Journal, by Jameson, 3 v.
8vo; 1828-'30.
Elegant Extracts, in Prose and Verse, 3 v. 8vo.
Encyclopaedia Americana, 4 v. 8vo; Phila. 1829-'30.
Encyclopedic de Diderot et D'Alembert, 39 v. 8vo; Lau
sanne, 1780-'81.
Encyclopedic Methodique de Panckoucke, 136} vols. 4to;
Paris.
Etonian, 3 v. 12mo; London, 1824.
Etudes Morales, Politiques, et Littéraires, par M. Valery, 8vo.
Evelyn's Miscellaneous Writings, 4to.
Fielding's Works, 14 v. 12mo.
Forster's Perennial Calendar, 8vo.
Franklin's Works, 6 v. 8vo.
4v. 8vo; Phil. 1809. [Istvol. wanting. ]
Gassendi Opera, 6 v. folio.
General Repository and Review, 4 v. 8vo; Cambridge, 1812.
1813.
Gentleman's Magazine, from 1731 to 1830, 100 v. 8vo.
Gibbon's Miscellaneous Works, 5 v. 8vo.

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4
3
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153
66
157
33
34
J. 170
24
J. 58
148
J. 57
107
46
112
J. 64
J. 169
J. 100
J. 38
84
92
J. 11
13
15
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87

J. 151
86
85
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Goldsmith's Citizen of the World, 2 v. 24s.
Essays, 12mo; London, 1767.
Works, 5 v. 24s. (2d v. missing.)
Harleian Miscellany, 12 v. 8vo.
Hermit in Edinburgh, 3 v. 12mo.
Histoire des Francais, des Divers Etats aux Cinq Derniers
Siecles, par Monteil, 2 v. 8vo. (present.)
Hone's Facetiae and Miscellanies, (engravingsbyCruikshank,)
8vo.
Hopkinson's Works, 3 v. 8vo.
Howard & Wyatt's Works, 2 v. 4to.
Johnson's (Dr. S.) Works, 6 v. 8vo.
Journal des Observations Physiques, Mathematiques, et Botaniques, par Louis Feuillee, 1714, 3 v. 4to.
Journal of Science and the Arts, 5 v. 8vo; N. York edition.
17 v. 8vo; Lond. 1817-'24,
King James's Works, folio; London, 1616.
Kitchiner's Traveller's Oracle, or Maxims for Locomotion,
2 v. 8vo.
La Creation du Monde, ou Systeme d'Organisation Primitive,
par Becourt, 8vo.
Ladies' Literary Cabinet, 2 v. 4to; New York, 1819-'20.
Les Ecoles Normales, 3 v. 8vo.
Library, or Moral and Critical Magazine, 8vo.
Literary Anecdotes, 12mo; Boston, 1808.
Literary Miscellany, 2 v. 8vo; Cambridge, 1805-'6.
Locke's Familiar Letters, 8vo; Lond. 1737.
Works, 3 v. folio.
London Magazine, from 1759 to 1769, 11 v. 8vo.
Macrobii Opera, 8vo; Londini, 1694.
Malkin's Classical Disquisitions, 8vo.
Mechanics' Magazine, 10 v. 8vo; London, 1825-'2S.
Melanges de Littérature, 5 v. 12mo.
Memoires del'Academie Royale, 1692—1778, 90 v. 12mo.
Historiques, Critiques, et Littéraires, parM. Bruys,
2 v. 12mo.
de l'Institut National, 28 v. 4to.
Mercurio Peruano, de Historia, Literatura, y Noticias Publicas, que da a luz la Sociedad Academica de Amantes de
Lima, 11 v. p. 4to; Lima, 1791-'95.
Milton's Prose Works, 2 v. 4to.
Mirror and Lounger, by McKenzie, 8vo.
Mirror of Literature, &c,8v. 8vo; London, 1823-'26.
Miscellaneous Pamphlets, 1828, viz:—Eulogium on the late
Wright Post, M. D., of New York, by Dr. John A.
Smith. —Fourth Annual Report of the High School So
ciety of New York. —Fifth Annual Report to the Legis
lature, by the Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and
Dumb. —Knapp's Discourse on the Life and Character of

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J. 104
121
43
130
J. 103
122
114
113
32
29
30
154
J. 51
J. 12
J. 49
52
59
125
62
27
134

De Witt Clinton. — Address delivered before the Alumni
of Columbia College, N. Y., by the Rev. P. Milledoler, D. D. —Continuation of Remarks on the Character of
Napoleon Bonaparte, from the Christian Examiner. —
Defence of the Experiments to determine the Compara
tive Value of the principal varieties of Fuel, by Marcus
Bull. —Dr. Mease's Reply to the Criticisms, by J. N.
Barker, Esq., on the Historical Facts in the Picture of
Philadelphia, 8vo.
Mitchill's (Samuel L. ) Miscellaneous Pamphlets, viz:—Ad
dress to the Horticultural Society. —Discourse on Thomas
Jefferson. —Discourse on T. A. Emmet. —Discourse on
De Witt Clinton. —Lecture on the Natural History of
New Jersey. —.Memorable Events, &c —Schroeder's
Anniversary Discourse. —Ninth Report of the New York
Institution for Instructing the Deaf and Dumb, 8vo.
Monthly Anthology and Boston Review, 10 v. 8vo.
Magazine, 2 v. 8vo; New York, 1799-1800.
Magazine, or British Register, from v. 3 to v. 9, 8vo.
Mornings at Bow Street, by Cruikshank, 12mo.
Museum of Foreign Literature and Science, 15 v. 8vo.
National Magazine, 8vo; Richmond, 18U0.
New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, 22 v. 8vo.
New York Literary Journal, 3d and 4th vols. 8vo.
-•— Review, 2 v. 8vo.
Nicholson's Encyclopedia, 6 v. 8vo; Phila. 1816-'17.
CEuvres Completes de D'Alembert, 5 v. 8vo; Paris, 1821-'22.
Completes de J. J. Rousseau, 8vo; Paris, 1826.
de D'Aguesseau, 13 v. 4to.
de Maupertuis, 4 v. 8vo.
de St Real, 5 v. 12mo.
de Voltaire, 58 v. 8vo; 1775—1785.
,— Diverses de P. L. Lacretelle, 3 v. 8vo.
Opere di G-. Parini, pubblicate ed illustrate da Fr. Reina, 6 v.
8vo; Milano, 180*1-'4.
Oriental Herald, from 7th vol., 10 V. 8vo.
Origin of Laws, Arts, and Sciences, by Goguet, 3 v. 8vo.
Oxford British Prize Essays, 4 v p. 8vo; Oxford, 1830.
Pamphlets, Miscellaneous, 1819-'20-'21-'22, (present) Svo,
viz; 2d Annual Report of the Colonization Society. —1st
Annual Report of the Public Schools in Pennsylvania. —
Channing's Inaugural Address —Spalding's Inaugural Ad
dress. —Spalding's History of the Scutellaria. —The Act
incorporating the Deaf and Dumb Institution. —Norton's
Inaugural Discourse. —Account of the Pennsylvania Insti
tution for the Deaf and Dumb. —New England Journal of
Medicine and Surgery, No. 2. v. 5. —History of Agricul-

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119
118
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tural, Societies on the Modern Berkshire System. —
Report of the Massachusetts Committee on the subject of
Free Negroes and Mulattoes.
Pamphlets, Miscellaneous, (pres.) 8vo, viz: Reports of the
Proceedings on the Subject of National Currency. —Syl
labus of a Course of Lectures on Law. —Worthington's
Speech on the Maryland Test Act. —Fourth Annual Re
port of the Comptrollers of Public Schools in Pennsyl
vania. —Additional Facts, &c, on the Advantage of a National Circulating Medium. —Anniversary Discourse on
Medical Improvement, by P. Macauley, M. D. —Some
Account of the Medical School in Boston. —Report of the
Overseers of Harvard College, &c —Allen's Eulogy on
J. Wheelock, LL. D. —Rafinesque's Ancient History
of Kentucky. —The Two Americas. —Great Britain and
the Holy Alliance. —Sketch of the Geography of Hunt
ington. —Considerations on the Art of Mining.
Pamphlets, Miscellaneous, 8vo, viz: Theological Review. —
Report on Delaware Canal. —Vaux's Address. —Le Roy's
Method of Purgation. —Moore's Address. —Parke's State
ment of Claims to Birmingham and Liverpool Rail Road.
—Bard's Address. —9th Report of Colonization Society.
Pamphlets, Miscellaneous, 8vo, viz: Description of the Egyp
tian Mummy. —Morse's Sermon. —Constitution of the
New Society for the Benefit of Indians. —Washington's
Portrait, by Peale. —Macauley's Anniversary Discourse.—
Whitlaw's Reply.—Sewall's Lecture. —Sprague's His
torical Disquisition. —Remarks on the Henlopen Break
water.
Pamphlets, Miscellaneous, 8vo, viz: 2d Report of the Sunday
School Union. —Warren on the Dislocation of the Hip
Joint. —Public Education.
Pamphlets, Miscellaneous, 8vo, viz: Bradford's Bunker Hill.
—Garnett on State Affairs. —Adams and Cunningham's
Correspondence.
Paris Chit-Chat, 2 v. 18s.
Paris Spectator, 3 v. 18s.
Philosophical Tracts, 4to.
Playfair's Works, 4 v. 8vo.
Plutarchi Opera cum notis, Gr. Lat., 2 v. folio.
Polyanthos, 2 v. 8vo.
Port Folio, 4 v. 4to.
Port-Folio, 42 v. 8vo.
Portico, 5 v. 8vo.
Prose Varie del Cavaliere Andrea Mustoxidi, 8vo.
Rainbow, 8vo; Richmond, 1804.
Recueil des Questions, par Michaelis, 12mo.
Rees's Cyclopaedia, 47 v. 4to; Phila. edition.
Relics of Literature, by S. Collet, 8vo.

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Repository, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1788.
Salmagundi, 3 v. 12mo.
Scisma d'Inghilterra, con altre Operette del Signor B. D.
Bostichi, 8vo; Milano, 1807.
9 Scotsman's Library, by Mitchell, p. 4to.
J. 171 Selden's Works, 6 v. folio.
141 Select Pamphlets, 8vo, viz: Report on the Route of the New
Jersey Canal. —Report of the Linnaean Committee relative
to the Sea Serpent. —American Magazine, No. 9. —2d
Report of the American Bible Society.
135 Select Pamphlets, 1819-'20-'21-'22-'23, 8vo, viz: Address
delivered before the Ontario Agricultural Society, by J.
W. Hallett. —Do. by G. Granger. — Do. by J. Nicholas. —
Do. by T. D. Burrall.—R. Little on the Sacred and Di
vine Authority of the Jewish and Christian Religions.—
Grammar of the Massachusetts Indian Language, by
J. Eliot; with notes, &c by Du Ponceau. —The Indian
Grammar Begun, by J. Eliot.—Documents relating to
North Carolina Independence. —The East India Marine
Society of Salem. —Classement par Ages.
J. 159 Select Papers of the Belfast Literary Society, 4to, pamphlet.
99 Selection of Curious Articles from the Gentleman's Magazine,
by J. Walker, 4 v. 8vo.
2 Senecae Omnia Opera, ex ult: Lipsii et Gronovii, Lat., 4 v.
24s; Amst. 1659.
94 Silliman's Journal, 18 vols. 8vo.
131 Sketch Book, by W. Irving, 8vo.
156 Somers' (Lord) Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts,
15 v. 4to; London, 1748-'51.
156a
Historical Tracts, by Sir W. Scott, 13 v. 4to.
48 Spirit of the Public Journals, 2 v. 12mo; Lond. 1825.
70 Stillingfleet's Works, 3 v. 8vo.
164 Supplement to the Encyclopaedia Britannica, 6 v. 4to.
83 Table Talk, or Essays on Men and Manners, by Hazlitt,
2 v. 8vo.
90 Taylor and Phillips' Philosophical Magazine, v. 5, 6, and 7,
8vo; London, 1 829-' 30.
90 Tilloch and Taylor's Philosophical Magazine, 63 v. 8vo;
London.
161 Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature, 1st vol.
4to. (present.)
126 United Service Journal, 4 v. 8vo; London, 1829-'30.
117 United States' Literary Gazette and Review, 5 v. 8vo,
and 1 v. 4to.
133 Verplanck's Address, delivered before the Academy of Fine
Arts, 8vo; New-York, I8I8.
J. 78 Webster's Essays, 8vo.
J. 102 Weekly Magazine, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1798.
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Williams' (Charles H.) Works, 3 v. 12mo; Lond. 1822.
Willich's Domestic Encyclopedia, (2d Am. edition,) by T.
Cooper, 3 v. 8vo; Phila. 1821.
Wine and Walnuts, or After Dinner Chit-Chat, by E. Hardcastle, 2 v. 8vo.
Works of Sir William Jones, 13 vols. 8vo.
Works of Voltaire, (Eng. with notes,) 20 v. 8vo.

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Census of 1820, folio; 20 copies.
Digest of Manufacturing Establishments in the United States,
folio; 20 copies.
Journal of the Acts and Proceedings of the Federal Conven
tion, 8vo; 48 copies.
Journal of the House of Representatives, from 1813 to 1830,
8vo; 10 copies.
Journal of the Senate, from 1813 to 1830, 8vo; 10 copies.
Land Laws of the United States, 8vo; 25 copies.
Laws of the United States, 7 v. 8vo; 116 copies.
Official Register, 1816, '17, '20, '22, '24, '26, '28, & 1830. '
Pitkin's Statistical Views of the Commerce of the United
States, 8vo; 25 copies.
Secret Journals of Congress, from 1775 to 1788, 4 v. 8vo; 25
copies.
Senate Journal, from 1789 to 1815, 5 v. 8vo; 20 copies.
Seybert's Statistical Annals, 4to; 44 copies.
State Papers, Reports of Committees, and other Documents
of Congress, 8vo; 10 copies annually.
Wait & Son's edition of State Papers, 12 v. 8vo; 25 copies.
Watterston & Van Zandt's Statistical Views, 4to; 25 copies.

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