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Ramsay, A. The evergreen; a collection of Scots poems wrote by the ingenious before 1600; repr. from the orig. ed. 1875. 2 v.
Regnier, Mme. La couleuvre; roman.
Le péché d'une vierge; roman.
VDSP 9R1.2 1882. VFF D24CO 1881. VFF D24P Le petit breviaire du Parisien; [orné de croquis de F. Regamey]. 1883. VFA D24 Rome as it was under Paganism and as it became under the Popes. 1843. 2 v. 8J-R66 Roosevelt, T. Hunting trips of a Ranchman; sketches of sport on the northern cattle plains; illust. SB+R673 Rougé, O. C: C. E., vicomte d'. Rituel funéraire des anciens Egyptiens; texte en écriture hiératique, pub. d'après les papyrus du Louvre, et préc. d'une introduction. 1861. Saint-Pierre, J. H: B. de. Paolo e Virginia. 1829. VFF SA27.1 Saint Prest, J: Y. de. Histoire des traités de paix et autres négotiations du 17e siècle depuis la paix de Vervins jusqu'à la paix de Nimègue. 1725. 2 v.
Sainte Beuve, C. A: Le général Jomini; étude. Nouv. éd. 1880. 5K.J681s Portraits de femmes. Nouv. éd. rev.et corrigée. XVFX SU2.2 A propos des bibliothèques populaires. 1867. XJ-SA2 AQIL SCH3
Schlumberger, G. Les Iles des Princes.
Où les Grecs du Phanar et les Francs de Péra, quand la chaleur les chasse de Constantinople, vont cher. cher l'ombre et la fraicheur, c'est là jadis que pendant bien des siècles, dans des monastères qui subsistent encour, se sont dénoués bien des drames de l'histoire byzantine. Tout en ménageant notre ignorance, et sans nous accabler de fastidieux détails M. Schlumberger s'est complu à en faire revivre quelques grandes scènes." Rev. d. D.Mondes, 15 sept. 1884.
Searing, A. E. P. Land of Rip Van Winkle; tour through the Catskills; its legends and traditions; illust. B67C29/SE Seneca, L. A. Hercules Furens; a tragedy; ed. by C: Beck. 1845. VJ 82H 1845 Morals by way of abstract; added, discourse by Sir R. L'Estrange. 4th Amer. ed. 1807. VJ S2MO EL 2 Shakespeare, W: Lucrece, 1st quarto, 1594; a fac-simile by C: Praetorius; with forewords by F. J. Furnivall. VE-S5X Works; with corr. and illust. of Dr. Johnson, G. Stevens, etc.; rev. by I: Reed 3d Bostyn, from 5th London ed. 1810-12. 9 v. (v. 4, 5 w.). VF S1810 VSM2S "Struck down is at least brisk as a police report but it is miserable stuff." - E. Purcell in the Academy, July 18.
Struck down; a novel.
quence. The union of close, cogent reasoning, and eloquent speech, is remarkable."- Spectator, Aug. 1. Tennyson, A. Lord. Lyrical poems; selected and annot. by F. T. Palfrey. VEP T252LY Vanburgh, Sir J: Plays. 1759. 2 v. VED V27 Van Slyck, J. D. Representatives of New England; manufacturers. 1879. 2 v. 66/v36 Thiers, L: A. Hist. de la révolution du 4 sept. et de l'insurrection du 18 mars; dépositions devant les commissions d'enguête parlementaire. . 8FM1 T34 Veuillot, L: F. Melanges religieux, hist., polit., et littéraires. 3e sér. 1876. 6 v. VF-V643 Vv640
Les odeurs de Paris. 11e éd. [188-?] Vitale, F. A. Storia diplomatica de' senatori di Roma, dalla decadenza dell imperio romano fino a nostri tempi; con una serie di monete senatorie. 1791. 2 v. FJW+83 Ware, J. R., and Mann,R. K. Life and times of Col. Fred Burnaby. 5E-B931W
"His memory has had a narrow escape, for his biographers are sadly lacking in the sense of proportion, and display besides that absence of humour which is sometimes an abounding cause of mirth in others. And yet thanks mainly to free and on the whole judicious choice of extracts from his writings and speeches, they have produced a fairly clear and intelligible portrait."Athenæum, Aug. 15.
Waters of Hercules, The; a novel. (Harper's handy ser.) ✓w31 Weiss, A. Etude sur les conditions de l'extradition. 1880.
White, Stokes, & Allen. Guide and select directory; what to see and where to buy in New York City; with map, etc. ¶B67N42-6W Wilkins, W: N. Art impressions of Dresden, Berlin, and Antwerp, with selections from the galleries. 1860.
Winchester (Mass.) Hist. and Geneal. Society. Winchester record. Vol. 1, no. 1-3. Jan.July 1885. ¶964w72-7w Windsor, A. L. Ethica; or, Characteristics of men, manners, and books. 1860. XVE-W72 Wright, W. The empire of the Hittites; with decipherment of inscriptions by A. H. Sayce; map by C. Wilson, and Captain Conder; and complete set of Hittite inscriptions, rev. by by W. H. Rylands. 88U-w93 Wylie, J. H. History of England under Henry IV. Vol. 1. 8E2B W97 "The first portion of what must be called the only history of the reign of Henry IV., if it be not altogether so attractive as some other historical works of our time, it at least redeems from darkness a portion of our annals as to which there was particular need of more satisfactory information. Mr. Wylie has availed himself both of printed and unprinted sources." Athenæum, Nov. 29.
Yonge, C.. M.. The two sides of a shield. VY8TX In no way inferior to the many that have preceded it." Athenæum, June 6. Zoellner, J: C: F: Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen. B. 1: 2. lr, 2r Th. 1878. 3 v. Hl.z5
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"As a souvenir of Marblehead this book holds a place which it would be hard to contest." Literary world, Aug. 22. Arber, E: The first three English books on America, -1555; chiefly trans., compilations, etc. by R: Eden from the writings, maps, etc. of P: Martire, S. Münster, S. Cabot, etc. Archæological Institute of America. American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Preliminary report of an archæological journey in Asia Minor, 1884; by J. R. S. Sterrett. Papers of the School. Vol. 1, 1882-83. Ashton, J: Old times; a picture of social life at
the end of the 18th century.
"Mr. Ashton has compiled from pamphlets, prints, and daily or weekly journals a record of great interest and value to the historian, full of side-lights and changing scenes unimportant, it may be, when viewed item by item; but combining in a large volume to present a picture of the times full of vivacity and truth."— Critic, July 25.
Ballou, M. M. Due south; or, Cuba past and present. Barbey d'Aurevilly, J. Les œuvres et les hommes: Les critiques ou les juges jugés. XVFV B23 Basil. A coquette's conquest. (Franklin Sq. lib.) Bellairs, Lady. The Transvaal war, 1880-81.
"A large portion of the book is composed of what can only be regarded as padding, extracts from magazine articles and the like. She is quite satisfactory only when she is giving her own or to be strictly accurate, Sir William Bellairs's-experiences."- Spectator, June 27. Bernard, C: B. D. de la V., dit C: de. La peau du lion et La chasse aux amants. Nouv. éd. 1864. ¶VFF B453 PE2 Besant, W. Uncle Jack; and other stories. (Harper's handy ser.) VB463U "The liveliest book Mr. Besant has produced singlehanded." Athenæum, June 6.
Beyle, M. H:, (pseud. de Stendhal). Le rouge et le noir; chronique du 19e siècle. 1883. 2 v. VFF•ST4R Bhagavadgitâ. The song celestial; or, Bhagavadgîtà; from the Mahabharata; a discourse between Arjuna, Prince of India, and the Supreme Being under the form of Krishna; tr. by E. Arnold. VÕSAP M278 Bourassé, J: J. Archæologie chrétienne, ou précis de l'histoire des monuments religieux du Moyen Age. 1847.
Brooks, C: T. Poems, original and translated;
the most successful."- N. P. G. in the Unitarian review, Sept.
and ed. by W. P. Andrews.
with a memoir by C: W. Wendte; selected W5P B79 "The poems which divide these pages equally with the memoir always have a grace and beauty, but only rarely vigor or fire. Many were occasional, and fulfilled their uses with the day. Others have a tender interest of locality; but as poems, the humorous translations are
Burr, F. A. Life and achievements of James Addams Beaver. 1882. 65 E3853 Caine, H. She's all the world to me; a novel. (Harper's handy ser.) Vc122s
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Campbell, G: Philosophy of rhetoric. New ed.
1851. "A valuable treatise from a very competent authority." Academy, July 11. Campbell, J: G: E: H: D. S., Marquis of Lorne. Imperial federation. Campobello.
Champseix, Mme. L. (pseud. A. Léo). Un ma-
Coffin, Capt. R. F.
has been since defended. "An interesting story. five English and American Literary world, Aug. 22. Cooke, J: E. The Maurice mystery.
"One of those strained, restless performances. A story of a crime that is moved finally from the shoulders of innocence to the head where it should rest. Tiresome." - American, Aug. 22. Curteis, G: H. The scientific obstacles to Christian belief. Boyle lectures, 1884. Daniel, S: Complete works; ed., with memorialintrod., etc., by A. B. Grosart. Vol. 1.
VE-D222 Del Mar, A. A history of money in ancient countries. CM-4D38
Denison, Rev. C. W. Winfield the lawyer's son, and how he became a major-general. 1865. 65.H195D De Quincey, T: Confessions of an English opiumeater; repr. from the 1st ed., with notes of De Quincey's conversations by R: Woodhouse, etc.; ed. by R: Garnett. VD44C2 "Besides the text of at least the earlier Opium-Eater, it gives English readers the first detailed account of Musset's interesting early version of the book into French, and it contains the relics hitherto unpublished of Richard Woodhouse's conversations with De Quincey. Add to this a sufficient apparatus of notes and introductory matter from Mr. Garnett's own pen.". Sat. rev., May 16.
Desjardins, G. Le petit Trianon; histoire et description. $8FZV+D Du Boisgobey, F. La belle geolière. [2e éd.] 2 v. VFF D855BE
ciated would have justified us in expecting, and not so good but that some better are published every season." Saturday rev., Aug. 2.
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L'avaleur de sabres. 1867. VFF F435AV Les demoiselles de Champmas; 2e partie de La rue de Jérusalem. 1868. VFF F435D La rue de Jérusalem; 3e sér. des Habits noirs. 1868. VFF F435RU Fisher, F. E. (pseud. C. Reid). The land of the of the sky; or, Adventures in mountain byVR27L ways. 1884. Flowers of anecdote, wit, humor, gayety, and genius. 1831. VEA 9F66 Fry, J. B. New York and the conscription of 1863; a chapter in the history of the civil 967 F94 Garnett, L. M. J. Greek folk-songs from the Turkish provinces of Greece, Albania, Thessaly, and Macedonia; classified, rev. and ed., with historical introd. on the survival of Paganism by J: S. Glennie. VQM-9G "It has the merit of introducing to the reader the important collections of the popular songs of Epirus by Aravantinos, from which the majority of the ballads which she has translated are taken. The mytholog ical poems would serve to illustrate the numerous references to these to be found in Mr. Bent's book The Cyclades.'" H. F. Tozer in the Academy, July 4.
Gérard, J. La philosophie de Maine de Biran, es
sai, suivi de fragments inédits. 1876. Gerard, J. W. The old streets of New York under the Dutch; read before the N. Y. Hist. Soc., June 2, 1874. TB67N4-G Gidel, A. C: Les Français du 17e siècle. 1872.
Gomme, G: L. The gentleman's magazine library; a classified coll. of the chief contents of the Gentleman's magazine, 1731-1868: English traditional lore; added, customs of foreign countries and peoples.
Gordon, Maj.-Gen. C: G: Journals at Kartoum ; introd. and notes by A. E. Hake. London. 8wsU2-G65 8wsU2-G65-2
"They have the charm of certain confessional autobiographies lately published, and they enable the reader to take his own measure of a man whose perfect truthfulness and integrity, whose disinterested spirit and and whose systematic suppression of miserable selfishness made him a phenomenon in the nineteenth century., R: F. Burton in the Academy, July 11. Greenhill, J., and others. List of all the songs and
passages in Shakspere which have been set to music; the words in old spelling from the quartos and 1st folio, ed. by F: J. Furnivall, and W. G. Stone. Rev. ed. Guthrie, F. A. The tinted Venus; a farcical ro
Hatton, J. John Needham's double; a novel. (Harper's handy ser.) VH28J
"Told in a cold-blooded style which is effective, but it is not very pleasant reading." - Lit. world, July 25. Hawthorne, N. Liberty tree; with the last words of Grandfather's chair. 1841. $66 H31L Hector, Mrs. A. F. (pseud. Mrs. Alexander). A second life; a novel. (Leisure hour ser.)
VAL24S "Though as unnatural and improbable as a story well can be, is really not destitute of a certain kind of entertainment." -J. A. Noble in the Academy, July 11. Hogenborg, N. Procession of Pope Clement VII,
and the Emperor Charles v. after the coronation at Bologna, Feb. 24, 1530; repr. in facsimile, with hist. introd. by Sir W: StirlingMaxwell.
Hole, W: Quasi cursores; portraits of the high officers and professors of the Univ. of Edinburgh at its tercentenary festival. 1884. Howard, B. W. Aulnay Tower.
"The melodrama is of a good sort. novel than Guenn."- Lit. world, Aug. 22. Illustrations of Phallicism; ten plates of remains of ancient art with descriptions. Jacquemont, V. Correspondance avec sa famille et ses amis pendant son voyage dans l'Inde, 1828-32; préc. d'une étude par [A. A.] Cuvillier-Fleury. Nouv. éd., augm. 2 v.
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John Bull to Max O'Rell; in reply to John Bull and his island. Johnston, A. History of the U. S. for schools; with introd. history of the discovery, etc., of North America. 95.J64 Keddie, Mrs. H. S. T. Beauty and the beast; a novel. 3 v. VT996B
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Lawless, Hon. E. A millionaire's cousin. (Leisure hour ser.) VL42M
"Its scene is laid in Algiers, which gives the story a certain readableness and vivacity."
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Leon & Brother. Catalogue of first editions of American authors. XU5-155 Lhomond, C: F. Viri Romae; adapted to Andrews and Stoddard's Latin grammar, etc., by E. A. Andrews. 4th ed. 1850. :YJ9.161.2 Linderfelt, K. A. The game of preference; or, Swedish whist; with a bibliography of English whist. $SWP9.164 Linschoten, J. H. van. Voyage to the East Indies; from the English trans. of 1598; the first book containing his description of the East; ed. by A. C. Burnell [and] P. A. Tiele. 2 v. (Hakluyt Soc.) A-8H12
Lossing, B. T: History of New York city; illust. by G: E. Perine. 2 v. 967N48+189 McCaskey, J. P. Franklin Square song collection. No. 3.
McLaughlin, J. F. Life and times of John Kelly, tribune of the people. 65 K293M Magnienville, R. de. Claude de France, duchesse de Lorraine. 5F.c573
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"Lady Martin's criticisms do not aim at originality. What charms, is the delicacy of perception which enables her to bring out every nuance' of character, and the sympathy which has availed her to grasp the whole life history of her heroines. The work is not altogether literary. It is full of reminiscences of Lady Martin's theatrical career, and of people with whom she was associated. We hear much of Macready's discriminating and judicious kindness, of the good nature of that charming actor Charles Kemble, of Lord Elton, and Lord Lytton, and of Mr. Phelps." - St. James's budget, June 20.
Maury, J: S., Card. Essai sur l'éloquence de la
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"The book consists of an analysis of five of Shakespeare's plays not very unlike that which has been given by many writers who are not inductive critics." St. James's budget, Aug. 15.
Peile, Lieut. S. C. F. Lawn tennis as a game of skill; with latest revised laws; ed. by R: D. Sears. SQT P35 Pinney, N. The first book in French; a practical introd. to reading, writing, and speaking French. 1851. :YF3.P65 Pirkis, C. L. Lady Lovelace. (Harper's Franklin Sq. lib.)
"There is a certain vigour and audacity about the conception of the central figure, which blind us to its numerous shortcomings."-Athenæum June 20. Poe, E. A. Tamerlane; and other poems.
"First published at Boston in 1827, and now first republished from a unique copy of the original edition with a preface by R: H. Shepherd."- Athenæum, May
Polus, T. Seconda; Epigrammata; Miscellanea; Sacra lyrica. 1624. :VJYP C65 Ponce, N: Collection des tableaux et arabesques antiques trouvés à Rome, dans les ruines des thermes de Titus, avec avant-propos et texte explicatif. 1805.
Potter, W: J. Twenty-five sermons of twenty-five
"These are practical sermons, sermons of spiritual help, of moral inspiration. Even where the prob. lems tested are intellectual, it is their moral aspect that is dominant and engrossing." -J. W. C. in the Unitatarian rev., Sept.
Puget de la Serre, J. The secretary in fashion; or, an elegant and compendious way of writing letters. 5th ed. augm. 1673. :X15 P96 Rambaud, A. History of Russia, to 1882; tr. by
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Rideing, W: H: Thackeray's London; a description of his haunts and the scenes of his novels. AEL84 R43 "An interesting volume, valuable as a commencement. Far from exhaustive." Notes and queries, Aug. 8.
Rinuccini, G. B., Abp. of Fermo. Embassy in Ireland, 1645-49; pub. from the original mss. by G: Aiazza; tr. by A. Hutton. 1873. 8DU5-R47-E Roland. La chanson de Roland, texte critique, tr. et com., par L. Gautier. 13e éd. 1883. VFO-R64G Roosevelt, R. B. Five acres too much; a consideration the question of profit and loss as involved in amateur farming. New and enl. ed.
"The tone is that of burlesque, rather far-fetched, with, however, a happy hit now and then." — Literary world, Aug. 22. Rudler, F. W., and Chrisholm, G: G. Europe; ed. by Sir A. C. Ramsay; with ethnological appendix by A. H. Keane. (Stanford's Compendium of geog. and travel.) AA-R83 Saint-Réal, C. V., l'abbé. Vie de Jésus Christ. 1678.
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Schrader, E. The cuneiform inscriptions and the Old Testament; tr. from the 2d enl. Germ. ed., with introd. preface, by Rev. O. C. Whitehouse. Vol. 1. [2d ed.]
"The book takes the form of a commentary, a kind of collation of various passages in the Old Testament with the inscriptions bearing upon them. Serves as a corrective to the eccentric theories of Wellhausen and others." - Westminster rev., July.
Scott, J. G: (pseud. Schway Yoe). France and Tonking; a narrative of the campaign of 1884, and the occupation of Further India. 84T61-sco8
"Very graphic and excedingly interesting pages. He records events of which he was probably the only impartial witness." — Spectator, May 2. Smith, G: B. Victor Hugo; his life and work.
"If any English reader wants a fair epitome of Mme. Hugo's book on Victor Hugo's earlier career, and of the other French books dealing with his life in fact, a general account of Victor Hugo- then such a reader will find his requirements not inadequately supplied by Mr. Barnett Smith." — F. T. Marzials in Academy.July 25. Sophocles. Aias; with notes by J. B. M. Gray. VP S5A 1851 Stein, H: Table des travaux de la Revue de géographie, 1877-88. v. 1-13. 1884.
Stevens, H: Who spoils our new English books; asked and answered.
XD ST4 Theuriet, A. Nouvelles intimes: Les souffrances de Claude Blouet; L'abbé Daniel; Lucile Désenclos. 1870. VFFT34N
Les paysans de l'Argonne, 1792. 1871.
· Poésies, 1860-74: Le chemin des bois; Le bleu et le noir. 1881. VFP T34
Thureau-Dangin, P. Histoire de la monarchie de juillet. Vol. 1, 2.
"L'Histoire de la monarchie de Juillet' est sévère pour cette monarchie. C'est, non pour la forme qui est pleine d'attrait, et pour l'exposition qui est constamment intéressante, mais pour le fond des idées et pour les conclusions, une œuvre morose et attristée. Un seul caractère supérieur, Casimir Périer. A part Guizot et le duc de Broglie, qui sont étudiés avec sympathie et équité, à Laffitte qui n'est pas trop sévèrement condamné, les autres personnages sont trop diminués. Il ne faut point monter en ballon pour mesurer les hommes. En eux-memes et par rapport à l'archetype de l'homme d'Etat idéal, les gouvernants de 1830 à 1836 peuvent sembler médiocres; comparés à la moyenne des ministres de tous les temps, ils restent parmi les plus estimables et les plus distingues."- Revue critique,
Le partie libéral sous la Restauration. 1876. 8FI-T42
"Bien piquant, mordant même par endroits." — Rev. critique, 23 mars.
Tucker, E. W. Five months in Labrador and Newfoundland, 1838. :B4L11 T
Turgenev, I. S. Annals of a spor sman; tr. by F. P. Abbott. (Leisure hour ser.)
"It is more than twenty years since Turgenieff wrote his Recit d'un chasseur.' In 1851 the work was translated into French under the title Tres mémoires d'un seigneur russe.' It would seem as if, even in those early days the deep gloom of the Russian life weighed too heavily on Turgenieff's heart to allow of one reliev ing touch." Lit. world, July 11. Vasili, P., Count. The world of London (La société de Londres. Harper's handy ser.) AEL85 V44 Vicars, J: The quintessence of crvelty; or, Masterpiece of treachery, the Popish powder-plot. VEP V66 Viollet-le Duc, E. M. Description du Château de Coucy. 6e éd., augm. 1883. Vogué, E. M., vic. de. Histoires d'hiver. VFF v86
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Wallace, A. R. Narratives of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro; with an account of the native tribes, etc. 1883. BKAM-W15-2 Warden, F. A prince of darkness. VFF W219P Waring, G: E., Jr. How to drain a house; practical information for householders. White, Mrs. E. G. H. Sketches from the life of Paul. 1883. Williams, H: W. Practical guide to the study of the diseases of the eye. 1862. Wood, Rev. J: G: Half hours in field and forest; chapters in natural history. IW W85H Young, W: T. Sketch of the life and public services of Gen. Lewis Cass; with the pamphlet on the right of search and some of his speeches. 1853. 65-c275x
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