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français. [18-.] Reed, Mrs. H. V. The Bible triumphant, etc. 1883. (Anti-infidel lib.)
Rétif de la Bretonne, N: E. Le Palais-Royal. 1791. 3 v. ) VFF R31P Richardson, J. Sermon in two parts, June 28, 1856.
་ Romero, M. Dinner to Señor M. Romero, Envoy and Minister from Mexico, 29 March, 1864. 1866. ¶6D R66 Russian invasion of Poland, 1573; tr. 1884. (Aungervyle Soc. Pub.) VE-AU5 Saint-Gelais, M. de. Euvres complètes; avec un comment. ined. de B. de La Monnaye, etc.; ed. rev., annot. et pub. par P. Blanchemain. 1873. 3 v. (Biblioth. elzév.) VFP SA22 Saint-Nicolas, D. de. La vie, les maximes, et partie des œuvres du Fr. Ian de S. Samson. 1666. :5F-SA4 Saint-Ouen, Mme. L. de B. de. Histoire de France, avec les portraits des rois. 1862. Saintsbury, G: Marlborough. (Eng. worthies.)
"Mr. Saintsbury objects to the space which previous biographers of Marlborough have allotted to his period of brilliant military success and political influence,' and has undertaken the task of describing the years of his life hitherto unduly neglected. The critical conclusions of Mr. Saintsbury are always of value and of interest." W. P. Courtney in the Academy, Jan. 23. Schlözer, A: L: von. Stats-Anzeigen. 1782-93. 18 v. :7Y7 SCH3S Register; von F: Ekkard. 1785-95. 3 v. Schuyler, G: W. Colonial New York; Philip Schuyler and his family. 2 v. 65.9DYSCH8 "In general history Mr. Schuyler presents little that is new; but many of his biographical studies add special value to the volumes.". Mug, of Amer. hist., Feb. Scott, C: A. A. Ulfilas, apostle of the Goths, etc. "An argument that the various non-Christian religions are really corrupted revelations of Christian truth.". Westminster rev., Jan.
Service almanac for the army, navy, etc., 1882. Shelley. P. B. Poetical works by Mrs. Shelley.
1839. 4 v. Sheppard, J, H. Memoir of S: G. Drake. 1863. ¶65-D78 Smith, Rev. I: G. Characteristics of Christian morality; [Bampton] lectures, 1873. 1876. Smith, I. W. History of the town of Hampstead, N. H., for 100 years. 1884. ¶962H1.SM Smith, J. The pearl of great price, etc. 1851. Smyth, G: L. Biographical illustrations of St.
Paul's and Wesminster Abbey. 1843.
Snow, L. The Italian mission. 1851. The only way to be saved; explan. of the principles of the Latter-day saints. 1851.
Somerset, H: C: F., Duke of Beaufort, and others. Hunting; illust. by J. Sturgess, and J. Charlton. (Badminton lib.) Sumario de los reyes de España, [713-1431]; pub. par E. de Llaguno Amirola. 1781. 5HX+N62 Sunshine and sea; a yachting visit to the Channel Islands and coast of Brittany; by a country doctor. AEC36 SU7
"The most ascetic reader can hardly escape the influWestminof the major's' rollicking good humour." ster rev., Jan.
Storrs, R: S., Jr. The puritan scheme of national growth; oration before the New Eng. Soc. in N. Y., 1857. 96-9w7 Tanner, H: S. Map of North and South Carolina. 1848.
Taylor, J: The government of God. 1852. Thormanby, pseud. Famous racing men, with anecdotes and portraits. 1832.
"Contains, besides a general discussion of the scope of the Renaissance, chapters on French mediæval literature and learning, the early annals of the Paris press, and a tincture of political history. A fair firsthand study of the beginnings of the French Renais sance."C. H. Herford in the Academy, Aug. 29. Tolstoï, Graf. L. Christ's Christianity; tr. from the Russian.
"Count Tolstoï has fully understood and sympathised with the difficulties which modern science and modern historical criticism place in the way of the believer of Christianity; so that his solution of these difficulties, such as it is, is a solution of facts. His experiences throw a flood of light on the condition of religion and speculative thought in Russia, by showing us that influences we have long felt and known in England are at work there also. The basis of the treatise is the code which Count Tolstoï draws from the sermon on the mount." Ronald Bayne in the Academy, Jan. 23. Oration before the New Eng. Soc. Dec. 22, 1846. 96-9w7
Upham, C: W.
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Villon, F. Les deux testaments [de V.]; suivis de
Winthrop, R. C: Address before the N. E. Soc. in N. Y., Dec. 23, 1839. 1840. 96-9w7 Winthrop, R. C:, Jr. A difference of opinion concerning the reasons why K.. Winthrop refused to marry Chief Justice Sewall.
65 w72w Wolfram, L: Deutsches Echo; a faithful mirror of German conversation, with a vocabulary by H. Skelton. 2d rev. ed. 1858. :x64 w83 York, Eng. Corporation. York plays; with introd. by L. T. Smith, and glossary. T4M:9T8
Abbot, E. Notes on Serivener's "Plain introd. to the criticism of the New Testament." 3d ed., with add. from Professors Harris and Warfield and C. R. Gregory; ed. by J. H: Thayer. (Crit. app. to the Andover rev., v. 3.) T Abbott, C: C. Upland and meadow. IZ68.AB2 "An entertaining and instructive chronicle of a natu ralist's rambles in a quiet neighborhood in New Jersey, and of the marvelous number and variety of animals and plants which revealed themselves there to his patient and practiced eye."
Allen, C: G. B. For Mamie's sake; a tale of love and dynamite. VAL523F
"The moral confusion of this remarkable story is well enhanced by a counterplot in which Nihilism and dynamite, poisoned cigarettes, drowning and burning, afford horrors of physical nature, and is crowned by a Roman death on Sydney's part, which evokes the warmest praise from all his emancipated' friends." — Athenæum, Feb. 27.
Ball, R. S. Story of the heavens. 1885. HQ B21s
"One of the most masterly and successful attempts to popularize science which has been made in our day. We do not forget the essays of Sir John Herschel, the writings of Pritchard, the various volumes of Mr. R. A. Proctor, or the volumes of Roscoe and others on spectrum analysis. But in all these there was no attempt at exhaustive system combined with popular style. He has striven to gain simplicity of statement, and has attained it, even when he is dealing with the most abstract calculations, and with the most complicated problems." - British quarterly rev., Jan.
Bizio, L. Poesie spagnuole ed inglesi; tr. 1872. ¶YOP-9B Bode, W. von. Kaiserliche Gemälde-Galerie der Eremitage in St. Petersburg; [Text. 188384.]
Boisgelin, le comte de, (pseud. J: de Beaurain). Histoire militaire de Flandre [s], 1690-94. 1756. 5 v. R3HV/B63
Contents. Vol. 1. 1690-91. 1, 2d ed. 1691. 1691-93. 3. 1693. 4. 1693.
Miss Crespigny. [1879.] Busken-Huet, P: De l'authenticité des écrits Johanniques, d'après Antonie Niemeyer, Ir-3e article. 
Cahun, L. La vie juive; préf. de Zadok-Kahn; illust. d'A. Lévy. 7B8/c11
"Peindre consciencieusement, en un conte gai et bien fait, tous les mœurs civiles et religieuses de la Vie Juive en Alsace au bon vieux temps des communautés israélites, tel est le but de M. Léon Cahun.". -Bibl. de la France Feulleton, 5 déc.
Call, R. E. Quaternary and recent mollusca of the great basin; [with] sketch of the quatenary lakes by G. K. Gilbert. 1884.
Carlyle, T: Correspondence [with] R. W. Emerson, 1834-72; suppl. letters, VE5 C192 Cervantes Saavedra, M. History of the ingenious gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha; tr. by P. A. Motteux. 1879-84. 4 v. VHXG+C33D8 Cicero, pseud. History of the international contest between Heenan and Sayers, etc. [1860.] $6.c48 Clarke, J. F. Every-day religion. Cooke, G: W. The dial.
(Pages 225-260, 322-323 corrigenda) of the Journal of speculative philosophy, v. 19, no. 3.) Cosmopolite, pseud. Concise treatise on the wealth, power, and resources of Great Brit. 1833. C8E C82 Cruchley, G: F. New travelling map of England, part of Scotland and Ireland and a portion of France and the Netherlands, etc. 1827. Cruikshank, G: A discovery concerning ghosts, etc.; illust. 1863.
Cruz, J: de la. Compendio annual de los sucessos de la Europa -01. 1702. :8A7 C88 Dana, E: S. A crystallographic study of the thinolite of Lake Lahontan. 1884. IK5+UN3B
Dana, R: H: The idle man. Vol. 1. 1821-22.
$VE2-ID Dante Alighieri. Paradise; ed., with trans. and notes, by A. J: Butler. 1885. VIP D2N EB "Excellent student's edition. His ambition, he frankly tells us, is limited to the production of a good 'crib,' and he has accordingly suffered his zeal for literal accuracy to tempt him upon occasion into imitations of the Italian idiom too close to be correct English. Still, as a crib' the version is excellent. The verbal renderings are often felicitous; and the notes and elucidations are chosen with judgment from the profuse commentaries of Philalethes,' and other recognized authorities." St. James's budget, Jan. 9.
Daudet, A. Tartarin sur les Alpes; nouveaux exploits du héros Tarasconnais; illust. d'aquarelles, par Aranda, de Beaumont, etc. VD26TA
"Plaçons le second Tartarin d'Alphonse Daudet tout près des Aventures de Pickwick,' au coin de la cave aux livres, là où sont les liqueurs rafraîchissantes et les breuvages qui rendent la santé."- H: Lajol in Les lettres et les arts, jan. Davidson, J. W. The correspondent. X15 D28 De Lancey, E: F. The capture of Mount Washington, Nov. 16, 1776, the result of treason. 1877. ¶967 M86 D Delesdernier, E. P. Fannie St. John. 1874. 5F.OT82
DePeyster, F: A biographical sketch of Robert R. Livingston. 1876. ¶65+176 Dudevant, Mme. A. L. A. D. (pseud. G: Sand). Letters; tr. and ed. by R. L. de Beaufort, with pref. and biog. sketch; illust. with 6 portraits. 3 v. VF5 SAбL
"Even in English, and very bad English, the Letters of George Sand may be read with pleasure. Nothing can be finer than the serenity of her letters to Flaubert. ... Her life was a life of kindness. She spent it in giving away hard earned money, and in trying to help authors." St. James's budget, Feb. 20.
Dunning, C.. Cabin and gondola.
(Harper's handy ser.) VD92c "It is entirely to finish of form, and an engaging del. icacy of style that these stories owe their charm, for there is nothing strikingly original, new, or distinctive about them. One finds one's self wondering, when the volume is put aside, what there was in it that interested him; but the interest is there, nevertheless." Nation, Feb. 4.
Ellis, G: E. Memoir of Nathaniel Thayer.
Emerson, W: Piety and arms; sermon at the request of the Ancient and Hon. Artillery Co., Boston, June 3, 1799.
Fargus, F: J: (pseud. H. Conway). A cardinal sin. (Leisure hour ser.) VF22CA Farrow, E: S. Military encyclopædia; illust. with maps, and engravings. 1885. Fergusson, A. The Laird of Lag; a life-sketch. 5DS G87
"Readers of Scott are familiar with him as Sir Robert Redgauntlet in Wandering Willie's tale,' esteemed a masterpiece of narrative fiction by Mr. Ruskin. Colonel Fergusson has collected sundry scraps of information concerning Lag and strung them into a volume which is readable for the light it throws on the domestic manners of the time." Pall Mall budget, Jan. 28.
Field, M. The father's tragedy; William Rufus; Loyalty or love?
VED F45 "Better results ought to come of natural powers which are, perhaps, as great as those of any of our younger poets." J. W. Mackail in the Academy, July
Fisher, Maj. P. The tombs, monuments, etc. visi
ble in St. Pauls Cathedral and St. Faith's beneath it previous to 1666; ed. by G. B. Moig in. Fishermen's own book, The; list of men and ves
sels lost from Gloucester, Mass., 1874 - Apr. 1, 1882, and a table of losses from 1830; with statistics of the fisheries, etc. 1882. Fishwick, H: History of the parish of Poultonle-Fylde, Co. of Lancaster. (Chetham Soc.)
Flourens, G. Paris livré. 1871. Fogg, W. P. Recent donations by F. with his description and remarks. 1874. 975-8w52 Follen, C: T. C. German reader; new ed. with add. by G. A. Schmitt. 1858. :YG9 F72-3 Folsom, C: F., and Bailey, H. R. Abstract of the statutes of the U. S., etc., rel. to the custody of the insane. 1884. Francillon, R. E:, and Senior, W: The golden flood; a cloud in seven colors. (Franklin Sq. lib.)
"The scene is laid chiefly in Australia, and the story is told with a good deal of strength." - Critic, Feb. 27. Fraxi Pisanus, pseud. Catena librorum tacendorum; notes bio-biblio-icono-graphical and
crit. on curious and uncommon books. $XQ)+F French, G. H. Butterflies of the Eastern U. S. KZU F88 Fréron, E. C. Confessions, 1719-76; rec. et annot. par C: Barthélemy. 1876. 5FF892 Friends of Domestic Industry. Address at N. Y., Oct. 26, 1831, to the people of the U. S.
CX-F91 Gnomologia; adages and proverbs, ancient, modern, foreign, and Brit. 1816. Garfield, J. A. Discovery and ownership of the Northwest Territory, etc.; add., Sept. 16. 1873. 1881. 975-8w52 Garlick, Dr. T. Biography of E. Kirby. 1883. 975-8w52
Gilliéron, J. Romania; table analytique des dix premiers volumes, 1872-81. XVR-7K66 Gilman, S. Monody on the victims by the conflagration in Richmond, Va. 1812.
¶96TR41.G Glover, R. London; or, The progress of commerce. 1737. VEP 9P81
Gneist, Dr. R. History of the English constitution; tr. by P. A. Ashworth. 2 v. SEX G53 "A monument of German patience and industry, and like other great works it requires in the reader some share of the qualities which have gone to its production.
He is a sort of Schlieman of the English constitution, and penetrates to its foundations. Very fairly translated.... It occupies a period of a thousand years. It abounds in valuable material, not sufficiently animated by continuous thought to give it the highest his. toric or political or philosophical worth. The history is inorganic. Dr. Gneist is not wanting in political sagacity, and many of his reflections are worth heeding." Sat. rev., Feb. 27.
Hayes, H:, pseud. The story of Margaret Kent. "The story is neither a new nor a pleasant one. The novel is commonplace throughout; it is not quite sensational, nor is it quite simple and natural. It has violent contrasts, a brisk movement, and excites an interest of a sort; but it is not an elevating or worthy interest." Nation, Feb. 4. Hennepin, L: Aenmerkelyke voyagie gedaan na't gedeelte van N. America, behelz. een nieuwe ontdekkinge van een land tusschen Nieuwe Mexico en de ys-zee, enz., [vertalt]. 1704.
Hertslet, Sir E: Complete collection of the treaties, etc., between Great Britain and foreign powers. v. 15, 16. 2 v.
"A distinguished statesman has said that only those who have occasion to search among public documents know that their present multiplicity produces almost the same effect as their absence in former days. All who have hitherto had occasion to look into the vast collection of international acts which bear the somewhat misleading, and to many, discouraging title of Commercial treaties,' are well aware how almost hopeless is the task of finding the objects of their search amid the 'indigesta moles' of treaties, conventions, agreements, orders in council, etc., which govern the commercial relations of Great Britain with other countries of the globe. This valuable work appears to be a model of accuracy." -Athenæum, Dec. 26.
Hewitt, M.. E. The memorial; written by friends of Mrs. Osgood, and ed. by M. E. Hewitt; illust. 1851. W5-9H49 Houssaye, A. Confessions; souvenirs d'un demisiècle. 1830-80. 4 v. 5FH813
"Si quelqu'un s'imaginait qu'il trouvera, dans ses souvenirs d'un demi-siècle, des jugements à la Tacite, etc.
Des pastels charmants, des esquisses adorables, des croquis ravissants, des scènes plaisantes et très plaisantes parfois même d'un haut comique, de l'imprévu, de la fantaisie, de l'esprit à foison, des feux d'artifice, et encore de la rocaille, des bibelots rares, des bijoux de va leur, des bijoux indiscrets parfois. Si l'impression morale n'est pas très profonde, si l'idéal fait trop souvent dé faut, etc."- Maxime Gaucher in Rev. pol. et lit., 15 août.
How to be happy though married; a handbook to marriage.
The Murray of matrimony and the Bædeker of bliss." Howells, W: D.
Indian summer. Hubbard, J: N. An account of Sa-go-ye-wat-ha; or Red Jacket and his people. (Munsell's hist. ser.)
International Meridian Conference, Washington. Protocols of proceedings. 1884.
Jackson, Mrs. A. M., formerly Mrs. Hunt. Zeph; a posthumous story. VJ13z "The scene is Pendar Basin, one of those rapidly evolved Colorado towns. The characters are thoroughly prosaic, ... and not one of them would seem adapted to the needs of the modern novelist. But love and pain, anger, patience, and forgiveness, are factors which in all ages can stand for themselves, and make up the tragic elements of story without aid from scenery or philosophy, and Zeph has the constraining charm of vi tal human interest." Literary world, Feb. 20.
"The grand excursion across the continent to celebrate the completion of the Northern Pacific railroad, to which a number of the English nobility were invited, is the central incident. ... The main object seems to be to show the impression our cities and vast western possessions make upon Englishmen."— Literary news, Feb. Kitton, F: G. Dickensiana; a bibliography of the literature relating to Charles Dickens and his writings. XTEL D55K Lawless, Hon. E. Hurrish; a study. (Harper's
handy ser.) VL42H "The characters in this powerful book are few, but very strongly indicated." — - Spectator, Jan. 30. Lives of illustrious British seamen. 1764. 5E 9RL7 Lopez Bravo, M. Arte de reynar y como ha de saber reynar el rey. Impr. en latin en Madrid, 1627, trad. en castellano, 1650. Ms. Lübke, W:, and Lützow, C: von. Denkmäler der Kunst zur Übersicht ihres Entwickelungsganges, u.s.w. 4e Aufl. 1884. Medical critic and psychological journal; ed. by F. Winslow. 1861-63. 3 v. Minutes of a conspiracy against the liberties of America. 1865. 952+M66
Monroe, J. View of the conduct of the executive in the foreign affairs of the U. S. connected with the mission to the French Republic, EB53-M75
Morison, J: H. The great poets as religious teachteachers. XV0P.M82
"His desciptions are generally good, and analyses are suggestive, if seldom thorough or profound. But his individual interpretation of language or character is sometimes more curious than probable." Literary world, Feb. 6.
Mount Vernon Ladies' Assoc. of the Union. Appeal to the sons and daughters of Washington. [1857.]
Peske-ompsk-ut; or The Falls fight; early history of Turner's Falls. 1875. 1964T8 P
Petit, C: Quelques considérations sur la nature de la goutte, et sur son traitment par les eaux de Vichy. 1835. [ Play-bills, concert programmes, etc., of performances mostly in Boston, 1871-83.] 5 v. Porter, J: A. Sketches of Yale life; selections from college magazines and newspapers.
"A good thrilling romance.
The real triumph of the book is the character of Dr. Branksome. In all that he says and does he is delightful. A capital story." Saturday review, Feb. 20. Riedesel, F: A. and F. C.. L.. von M., Freiherr u. F. von. Auszüge aus den Briefen und Papieren des Generals Freyherrn von R. und seiner Gemalinn; ihre beyderseitige Reise nach America, u.s.w. [hrsg.] von H: Grafen. . :9521 R441B2 Rockstro, W: S. General history of music.
TC R59 "Within such limits as Mr. Rockstro has assigned to himself the subject could be treated more successfully in the form of an essay or general sketch of an attempt to set forth in an orderly manner, with more or less detail, the rise, progress, and development of the art."- St. James's budget, Feb. 27.
Root, G: F. The bugle-call. [1863.] ¶TS R67 Rothschild, rabbi, Spinoza; zur Rechtfertigung seiner Philosophie u. Zeit. 1877. бHS SP4R Russell, J. Reminisences of Yarrow, with pref. by C. Fraser. ADSY2 R "Include some interesting details about the social and rural life of by gone days, and anecdotes of Scott, Hogg, Wordsworth, and other celebrities who either resided in the locality or visited it." Contemporary rev., Mar. Sanborn, F. B: Life and genius of Goethe; lectures at the Concord School of Philosophy. XVG1 G55
Contents. Introduction, etc. White, H 8. Goethe's youth.- -- Albee, J: Goethe's self-culture. Davidson, T: Goethe's Titanism Bartol, C. A. Goethe and Schiller. Hedge, F: H: Goethe's märchen. Sanborn, F. B. Goethe's relation to English literature. — Partridge, W. O. Goethe as a playwright. Cheney, Mrs. E. D. Das Ewig. Weibliche Emery, S. II., Jr. Elective affinities. - Sherman, Mrs. C. K. Child-life as portrayed by Goethe. Snider, D. J. History of the Faust poem. -Howe, Mrs. J. W. Goethe's women. Harris, W: T. Goethe's Faust.
Sherwood, A. The geology of Potter County; Report on the coal fields, by F. Platt. 1880. IK69.P388 Sparks, J. Life and treason of B. Arnold. 1835. 65.AR62S
Stevenson, R. L.
Strange case of Dr. Jekyll and
Mr. Hyde. VST498 "For his marvels, space and time are as naught. No bounding line of circumstance refuses to yield to his bidding. Yet it is by the simplest of straight-forward truth-telling that he brings us under his spell. His readers all know the houses, the streets he describes, the solemn butler, the tidy maid. Each detail verifies the fact that all the story happened, if not in the next square, then in one that everybody knows. It is no concern of his to account for anything. It happened so, and that is enough. In form it is but a simple
tale of magical transformations, yet few sermons could pronounce more awful warning against a sinful life." Nation, Mar. 4.
Stow, J: The survey of London, etc., begunne first by J. Stow in 1598; enl. by Anthony] M[unday] in 1618, finished by Anthony Munday] and others. 1632. :AEL84/ST Sumner, W: H. Some recollections of Washington's visit to Boston; repr. from the N. E. hist. and geneal. register, 1860.
Texas almanac and emigrant's guide, 1859, 61, 6870, 73. 1859-73. 6 v. ག Théâtre des dames. [18-]. Theophilus, M. G. W:, pseud. The looking glass. ; true history of the early years of an artist. Fac-simile reprint of orig. ed., with app. by F. G. Stephens.
True relation conc. the estate of New England as it was presented to His Majestie. ¶B6-T76 ¶TS T77 Trumpet of freedom. 1864. Universal songster; or, Museum of mirth; [illust.] by G; and R. Cruikshank. 1826. 3 v.
Vaticinium votivum; or, Palæmon's prophetick prayer; with several elegies. (Spencer Soc. Pub.)
Whittlesey, Col. C: Address: State of Ohio
sources of her strength. 1881.
Archæological frauds. 1876.
Discovery of the Ohio River by R. C. de La Salle. [1877.]
Inscribed stones, Licking Co., Ohio. 1881.
Williams, A., Jr. Gold and silver conversion tables. 1883. IK5 UX3B Williams, H. English letters and letter writers of the 18th cent. with notes. 1st ser. Swift and Pope. VE5 9W67 "There is probably no other book that in so compact a form contains so much information, and so much of it at first hand, respecting these two great writers." H. Sargent in the Academy, Feb. 27.