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Cavendish, W. Memoirs of the life of William
Cervus, G. I.
Cut: a story of West Point. Phil., J. B. Lippincott Co., 1886. 3-286 p. S. cl., $1.; pap., 50 c.
The author of "White feathers" and "A model wife" has written a story of West Point Academy in which the principal incident is the "cutting" of cadet Kenyon for having the moral courage to refuse to fight a duel. There are several pleasing little romances interwoven, as well as some episodes of the Rebellion, the event which followed closely upon the graduation of the class which Mr. Cervus portrays.
*Central reporter. V. 1, all cases determined in the N. Y. Court of Appeals, N. J. Supreme Court, Court of Errors and Appeals, Court of Chancery and Prerogative Court, Pa. Supreme Court, Del. Superior Court, Court of Errors and Appeals and Court of Chancery, Md. Court of Appeals, Dist. of Col. Supreme Court. [Weekly, Oct. 22, 1885-March 4, 1886.] Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, ed. Rochester, The Lawyers' Co-operative Pub. Co., 1885 [1886.j 1928 p. 9. pap., $5 per year.
*Central reporter. V. 1: All cases determined in the courts of last resort, as follows N. Y., N. J., Pa., Del., Md., Dist. of Col. m Sept., 1885, ed. by B: Vaughan Abbott. Rochester, N. Y., The Lawyers' Cooperative Pub. Co., 1886. 27+1034 p. O pap., $5 pr. year.
*Central Reporter. V. 2, all cases in the courts of last resort. N. Y., N. J., Pa., Del., Md., D. C., from Sept., 1885. Ed. by B: V. Abbott. Ro chester, The Lawyers' Coöperative Pub. Co., 1886. 24+ 33-1012 p. O. pap., subs., $5 pr. yr. Chadwick, H: The art of batting and base running; containing instructive chapters on scientific batting, placing the ball, etc., with new batting rules for 1886; il. by G: H. Benedict. N. Y. and Chic., A. G. Spalding & Bros., [1886.] 89 p. S. pap., 25 c.
To which is added the art of base running; with hints on playing points in the game, how to manage a team,
Chadwick, H: The art of pitching and fielding a work containing instructive chapters on all the latest points of play in base. ball pitching; il. by G: H. Benedict. N. Y., A. G. Spalding & Bros., [1886.] 140 p. il. S. pap., 25 c.
Contains the best-pitching averages and records for 1885, and the new rules of pitching for 1886; also special articles on battery work in fielding, viz., the pitcher and catcher as fielders; throwing to first base; the captain of the nine; and how to captain a team, etc. Chadwick, H: The lawn-tennis manual for 1886; containing instructions for acquiring a practical knowledge of the game; il. by G:
H. Benedict. N. Y. and Chic., A. G. Spalding & Bros., 1886. 61 p. S. pap., 10 C. Contains also the constitution of the Kenwood lawntennis club, and the official code of playing rules for 1886, as amended by the National Assoc. of Lawn Tennis
Players. With special chapters on "How to play the
Chambers, Julius. Lovers four and maidens
Four young men go to Cresson, Penn., for a summer vacation; here they meet four young ladies, and all goes well till a fifth young woman appears upon the scene, who sows discord among the couples, the result being only one marriage in place of four. The descriptions of Pennsylvania scenery make the book of permanent value. By the author of "On a margin.'
Champlin, Edwin R. Heart's own
verses. Chic., C: H. Kerr & Co., 1886. 4-69 p. D. cl., 75 c.
Sixty-five short poems: the titles of a few are: A lover's mood: Dying at eighty: Love's faithfulness; A faded flower; Silent trust; rhyme of duty; A song of God": comfort. To a rose's remains; Waiting for love, etc. Champlin, J: D., jr., Chronicle of the coach, Charing Cross to Ilfracombe; il. by E: L Chichester. N. Y., C: Scribner's Sons, 1886. 14+298 p. D. cl., $2.
gie, a name identified with coaching throughout the EngThis book is appropriately dedicated to Andrew Carne glish reading world. The tour chronicled began at Charing Cross, on Monday June 9th, and ended at Ilfracombe Saturday, June 21st. It describes a charming variety of striking historical episodes in English history. It is landscape, and recalls some of the most romantic_and not a bare recital of facts, but gains a kind of dramatic interest from the varied and attractive personalities who appear under pseudonyms, some of which are easily guessed. The book is delightfully illustrated by Edward L. Chiches ter, who enters into the author's spirit, but subordinates his excellent work to the narrative. The cover design is original and appropriate.
*Champlin, J: D., jr., and Perkins, C: C., eds. Cyclopædia of painters and paintings. In 4 V. V. I. N. Y., C: Scribner's Sons, 1886. Il. Q. cl., $25. [Edition limited to 500 copies.]
*Champlin, J. D., jr., and Perkins, C: C., eds. Cyclopedia of painters and paintings.
In 4 V. V. 2. N. Y., C: Scribner's Sons, 1886. II. Q. cl., subs. $25.
Champney, Mrs. Lizzie W.
Flossy Tangleskein was an imaginative little girl, who was so discontented with her hum-drum-bread-andbutter-spelling-book, American child-life, that she even said to herself she would gladly change to a little Zulu savage, or an almond-eyed Oriental." One day she falls asleep in the studio of an artist friend, to whom she is posing for a picture of a Breton peasant child. In her dreams she has many adventures, and undergoes many transformations, becoming in turn a child of almost every nation on the globe. She has thus a chance to test her wish, but returns to reality quite satisfied that to be a little American girl is about the best of all. The story is an attractive mixture of fact and fiction, information and fairy-land adventures.
Champney, Lizzie W. Three Vassar girls on the Rhine: a holiday trip of three college girls through Germany, by way, of this celebrated river; il. by Champ and others. Bost., Estes & Lauriat, 1887 [1886.] 3-205 p. sq. O. cl., $2; bds., 1.50.
Devoted to amusing incidents, descriptions of lovely scenery, and historic anecdotes of the castles and towns which the Vassar girls" saw when travelling along the
Changed (The) lives series, 5 v. Phil., Amer-
A quaint story of two old maiden ladies whose placid lives are curiously interwoven with that of a young scapegrace; written in order to show that in the end good will triumph over evil, and to illustrate that an honest life, though poor and lowly, is always prefcrable to one of deceit and ill-gotten gain.
Charles, Mrs. Emily Thornton, ["Emily Hawthorne," pseud.] Lyrical poems; songs, pastorals, roundelays, war poems, madrigals. Phil., J. B. Lippincott Co., 1886. 2+266 p. il. D. cl., $2. Collection of poems that have appeared from time to time in various periodicals, and received considerable praise from the critics. Among the lyrics are a number of songs, set to popular music and published. Among the poems are the Unknown," read at Arlington by the author in 1880, "The grand array, "Robert Burns," Farewell to sight," "In June, "Summer solstice," "The veteran corps," and others that have made a na tions! reputation. Contains a few of the best poems from "Hawthorn Blossoms," which has been long out of print. The volume is a handsome one, on fine paper, red-lined, gilt edged, and attractively bound
Charles, Mrs. Eliz. Three martyrs of the nineteenth century: studies from the lives of Livingstone, Gordon, and Patteson. N. Y., Dodd, Mead & Co., [1886.] 8+315 p. D. cl., $1.
Ser notice "Weekly Record," P. W., Dec. 19, '85, [725.1 *Chase, F. E. A ready-made suit, and a mock trial. Bost., Walter H Baker & Co. 1885. +1 p. S. pap., 15 c.
*Chateaubriand, F. A., (Vicomte) de. Atala; il. by Gustav Doré. N. Y., J. P. Kenedy, 1886. O. cl., $2.50.
Chatterbox, 1886: ed. by J. Erskine Clarke. Bost., Estes & Lauriat, [1886.] 4-412 p. O. cl., $1.75 $2.25 bds., $1.25.
*Chatterbox Junior, New ed. N. Y., The Worthington Co., 1880. Q. bds., $1.25. Obeckmated, and other stories, by leading writers. N.Y., Cassell & Co., [1886.] 142 p. S. (Cassell's select lib.), pap. 15 c.
Contents: A great mistake; A swim for life; Some doubtful acquaintances; Nelly's mistake; Checkmated; Faithless Margaret; One hundred pounds' reward; A passing acquaintance; The violoncello's next engagement; Gerald's four-leaved shamrock; Our harmony class. Cheever, H: T. Correspondencies of faith and views of Madame Guyon: a comparative study of the unitive power and place of faith in the theology and church of the future. N. Y., A. D. F. Randolph & Co., [1886.] 292 p. D. rl., $1.25.
* Mr. Cheever has drawn his guiding conceptions in the main from Madame Guyon, the Methodist William Carrosso, and Prof Upham, to whom he frankly acknowledges his obligation, and whose suggestions he works out with the hand of a master. Mr. Cheever is an accomplished author, who brings to his work the deftness of and and rich culture of a practical writer."-N. Y. InLependent.
[New issue.] Bost., D. Lothrop & Co., 1886. 7-368 p. il. D. cl., $r.
New revised issue of a work published some years ago by Harper & Bros. In the appendix there will be found valuable miscellaneous monographs as to the whale and his captors, taken from the author's portfolio, and carrying the history of the whale and the whale fishery up to the present year, 1886. *Chellis
Mary D. [New issue.] N Y., 337 p. D. cl., $1.25. Chellis, Mary D.
Bill Drock's investment.
Mark Dunning's enemy. [New issue.] N. Y., N. Tibbals & Sons, 1886. 363 p. D. cl., $1.25.
Chellis, Mary Dwinell. Miss Belinda's friends. N. Y., National Temp. Soc. & Pub. House, 1885. 345 p. il. S. (The Chellis lib.) cl., $1.25.
A story which shows up the evil of intemperance, which was the besetting sin of several of the characters, until they were saved by Miss Belinda and some of her friends, who were advocates of the temperance cause.
The old doctor's son. [New issue.] N. Y., N. Tibbals & Sons, 1886. 354 p. D. cl., $1.25.
*Chellis, Mary Dwinell.
*Chesbrough, Ellis S., comp. The rules of the court, embracing the Supreme Court of Chic., Illinois, the Appellate Court, etc. Frank Shepard, 1886 O. cl., $1.50. Chessebrough, Amos S., D.D. The culture of child piety the obligations of the churches in respect to this culture; with references to the special responsibilities and opportunities of pastors for its oversight and conduct. Bost., Congregational S. S. & Pub. Soc., [1886.] 235 p. D. cl., $1.25.
The argument of the book is addressed to pastors specially, who are accused by the writer of neglecting the children of their flock and trusting their training in piety entirely to the home and Sunday-school. Several of the chapters were prepared to be read before ecclesiastical bodies, and were also delivered as lectures to the students of the Divinity School at New Haven. It gives a very earnest description of the principles and methods most favorable for the culture of child-piety.
Chesneau, Ernest. The education of the artist; tr. by Clara Bell. N. Y., Cassell & Co., 1886. 12+327 p. D. (The fine-art lib.) cl., $2. The belief entertained by M. Chesneau that the present decadence of art in Europe is owing to the imperfect edu cation of the artist, is the reason which prompted the preparation of this work. In "education" he does not include technical training-it is the imperfect development of the intellectual powers and moral qualities to which he specially alludes, and also the lack of experience in the various phases of modern life. A number of most interesting chapters makes suggestions, that artists will find full of value in remedying their deficiencies in this way, or in opening up to them new methods of study.
*Chester, A. H. Catalogue of minerals, alpha
betically arranged, with their chemical composition and synonyms. N Y., J: Wiley & Sons, 1886. O. cl., $1.25.
Chester, J, D.D. Earthly watchers at the heavenly gates; the false and the true spiritualism. Phil., Presb. Bd. of Pub., [1886.] 320 p. S. cl., $1.15.
Dr. Chester's book, while showing much of the absurdity of spiritualism, also aims to show the nobleness of true Bible spiritualism, inasmuch as the Scriptures fully answer all proper inquiries concerning the state of the dead; and the communion of saints through Christ and the Holy Spirit yields far more real comfort than could come through any séance though communication were possible. Contains a slight thread of story with a view to make the book more popular.
Chicago's Schiller-denkmal: erinnerungsblatt zur enthüllungsfeier am 8. Mai, 1886, unter den auspicien des denkmal-comites, redigirt von Carl Härting. Chia. Koelling, Klappenbach & Kenkel, 1886. 16 p. F. pap., 25 C.
*Chicago (The) legal news. Myra Bradwell, ed V. 18, Sept. 1885, to Sept., 1886. Chic., Chic. Legal News Co., 1886. 10+ 894 p. fol. pap., subs., $2.20.
*Chichester, E: L. The original drawing book: a new and unique work designed for young pupils in drawing: for either school or home use. N. Y., Appleton, 1885. 14 C. *Child, Francis J., ed. English and Scottish
popular ballads. Edition de luxe. In 8 pts., pt. 4. Bost., Houghton, Mifflin & Co.. 1886. About 250 p. Q. pap., net. $5.
*Child, Francis J., ed. Poems of religious sor row, comfort, counsel, and aspiration. New ed. Bost., Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1886. S. cl., $1.25.
*Children's friend. N. Y., The Worthington Co., 1886. Q. bds., 75 c.
"Children's treasury of pictures and stories for 1886. N. Y., T: Nelson & Sons, 1886. 128 p. il. sq. O. bas., 50 c. Childs, Emery E. A history of the United States in chronological order, from the discovery of America in 1492 to 1885. N. Y., Baker & Taylor, 1886. 2+254 p. D. cl., $1.
A very excellent reference history; arranged in short paragraphs, in chronological order, giving briefly besides the leading facts in U. S. history notices of manufacturers as they were introduced, and of various other industries; of railroads, canals, telegraphs, and other improvements; of inventions, important theatrical and operatic events, disastrous fires and other noted incidents of special interest.
*Christ for to-day international sermons by eminent preachers of the church in England and America. N. Y., Ja. Pott & Co., 1886. 270 p. D. cl., $2.50.
Christmas box. [New ed.] N. Y., R. Worthington Co., [1886.] 180 p. il. sq. O. bds., $1.25. *Chrystal, G. Algebra an elementary text book for higher classes of secondary schools or colleges. Pt I. N. Y., Macmillan, 1886. 20+ 542 p. D. cl., net, $3.75
N. 1. ja. Pott &
*Church handy dictionary Co., 1885. D. cl., 75 c *Church (The) revived: a sketch of parochial missions in England, Canada and the United States; [also] incidents of travel at home and abroad. N. Y., T: Whittaker, 1886. 39+ 709 p. O. cl., $2.
*Church, Alfred J. Isis and Thamesis: hours on the river from Oxford to Henley. N. Y., Macmillan & Co., 1885. O. cl., $6. Church, A. J. Two thousand years ago, or, the adventures of a Roman boy; il. by Adrian Marie. N. Y., Dodd, Mead & Co., [1886.] 6+341 p. D. cl., $1.50.
The main action of this story belongs to a critical and interesting period in the last years of the Roman Republic In 72 B. C. when the young hero, Lucius Marius, is represented as starting to take up an official position in Sicily, Italy was slowly recovering from the effects of the internal struggles which had distracted the state for many years, and abounded in ruined and desperate men. these, Spartacus, a gladiator, had recuited his army, and was at the height of his power. For many years after this the pirates held almost undisputed possession of the Mediterranean Sea. The story ends with the passing away of the Republic and the division of the empire between Antony and Augustus. Boys will enjoy the book, as it is full of action, and not too learned
Church, Rev. Alfred J. With the king at Oxford a tale of the Great Rebellion. N. Y., Harper, 1886. 200 p. S. (Harper's handy ser., no. 66.) pap., 25 c.
Purports to have been written in the 17th century by the son of a gentleman of Oxfordshire. The language the quaint English of the period Beginning with the grand pageant given by the gentlemen of the four Inns of Court of London to King Charles I. and his queen, the reader is car ried through the exciting events of Charles Stuart's reign, The great fire of London ending with his tragical death In the form of a and the plague ar wel! described.
Church, Alfred J., and Gilman, Arthur. The story of Carthage. N. Y., G: P. Putnam's Sons, 1886. 14+ 309 p. il. D. (The story of the nations ser.) cl., $1.50.
Mr. Church says "it is difficult to tell the story of Carthage, because one has to tell it without sympathy, and from the standpoint of her enemies." He treats the nation from its obscure legendary origin to its culminating splendor as a rival of Rome, and then to its absolute extinction. The story is a solemn one, but Mr. Church makes it real, and his collaborateur, Mr. Gilman, has also done good work. It is divided into three parts, 1st, Legend and Early History: 2d, Carthage and Greece: 3d, Carthage and Rome. There are nearly fifty illustrations. Church, Ella Rodman. Talks by the seashore. Phil., Presb., Bd. of Pub., [1886.] 384 p. il. S. cl., $1.25.
The interesting successor to "Birds and their ways," "Flyers and crawlers," "Flower-talks at Elmridge,” and "Among the trees at Elmridge." In these the readers are introduced to their neighbors the birds, flowers, trees, and insects. In the present volume they are carried to the seashore, that they may make the acquaintance of the sea-weeds, the polyps, the crabs, the fish, and the many inhabitants of the watery main The author acknowledges special indebtedness to Figuier's "Ocean world" and Moquin Tandon's "World of the sea for many valuable
Belongs to the charming series for young people of which "Birds and their ways and "Flyers and crawlers were the initial volumes. Botany is the present subject, offered in the attractive form of conversations between Miss Harson, the governess, and her little charges, Malcolm, Edith, and Clara. In long walks through the woods and fields, and in quiet talks in the school-room, no end of information is evolved concerning the flowers and trees of the various months of the year
Church, Irving P. Statics and dynamics for engineering students. N. Y., J. Wiley & Sons, 1886. 4+194 p. il O. cl., $2.
The author is assistant professor of civil engineering at Cornell University.
*Church, R. W Advent sermons, 1885. N. Y. Macmillan, 1886. 115 p. D. cl., $1.25.
*Church, R. W. tian character.
The discipline of the Chris-
1885. D cl., $1.25. *Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Cato major; ed. for use in schools, with notes, vocab. and biog. index, by E. S. Shuckburgh. N. Y., Mac. millan, 1886. 36+216 p. S. (Elementary classics.) cl., net, 40 c.
*Cicero, Marcus Tullius. De natura deorum, 3d book, with introd. and commentary by Jos. B. Mayor, together with a new collection of several of the English Ms. by J. H. Swainson. N. Y., Macmillan, 1885. Ở d.
Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Tusculan disputations; tr, with an introduction and notes, by Andrew
P. Peabody, Bost., Little, Brown & Co., 1886. 23+331 p. D. cl., $1.25.
Contains the five essays: On the contempt of death: On bearing pain; On grief; On the passions; and On virtue sufficient for happiness. They all have a distinctly ethical purpose, and also a clearly defined plan and a regular sequence of thought and reasoning. The translator has used Moser's text. His aim has been, he says, as in previous translations, not to give what is commonly called a lit eral. version, but to put Cicero's thought unaltered into the best English forms at my command
Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Select orations, chronologically arranged, covering the entire period of his public life; ed. by J. H and W. F. Allen, and J B. Greenough. Rev. and il. ed., with a special vocabulary. Bost., Ginn & Co., 1886. 15+250+226 +194 p. il D. (Allen & Greenough's Latin ser.) cl., $1.40. This edition includes the thirteen orations arranged chronologically, and covering the entire public life of Cicero. The introductions connect the orations, and, with them, supply a complete historical study of this most interesting and eventful period. The notes have been thoroughly rewritten in the light of the most recent investigations and the best experience of the class-room. Topics of special importance, as, for instance, the antiquities, are given full treatment in brief essay or excursus, printed in small type. References are given to the grammars of Allen & Greenough, Gildersleeve, and Harkness. The vocabulary, by Prof. Greenough, follows the same plan as his vocabu laries to Cæsar and Virgil Contains a number of good il., maps and plans of ancient Rome.
*Civil procedure reports. Cont. cases under the Code of Civil Procedure of New York. Rep. with notes by H: H. Browne. V. 9. [1886.] N. Y., S. S. Peloubet, 1886. 47+474 p. O. shp., $4.
A sprig of white heather.
N. Y., E. & J. B. Young & Co., 1885. 124 p. il. S. cl., 45 c.
*Clarendon history of the Revolution.
VI., ed., with introd. and notes, by T: Arnold. N. Y., Macmillan, 1886 20+331 p. S. (Clarendon press ser.) cl. net, $1.10. *Olark, Rev. F. E. Danger signals: the enemies of youth, from the business man's standpoint. Bost., Lee & Shepard, 1885. 192 p. D. cl., $1.
Clark, J: B. The philosophy of wealth ecoBost., nomic principles newly formulated. Ginn & Co., 1886. 12+235 p. D. cl., $1.10. A general restatement of economic principles in harmony with the modern spirit. The book aims, the publishers state, "to secure a truer conception of wealth, labor and value; and of production, distribution, exchange, consumption considered as activities of the social organism." Also, "to lay a foundation for the solution of the labor problem, and to apply the test of economics to the intellectual and spiritual activities of society." Intended for general readers; while not in the form of a text-book, and not a complete discussion of political economy, may be used with advantage by classes whose teachers instruct partly by lectures and partly by topical reading.
*Clarke, C. B. Speculations from political N. Y., Macmillan, 1886.
economy. 108 p. S. cl., $1. Olarke, Eliza. Susanna Wesley Bost., Roberts Bros., 1886. 2-301 p. S. (Famous women ser.) cl., $1.
This life of Susanna Wesley, the mother of John Wesley, the founder, and of Charles Wesley, the poet, of Methodism, differs from previous ones in not being written from a sectarian nor even from an eminently religious point of view. The author says: "Having been much associated with those who had been in familiar intercourse with Charles Wesley's widow and children, and having heard Susanna Wesley continually spoken of as a woman who underwent and overcame more difficulties
than most, the ideal of her life early aroused my imag ination I was delighted with the opportunity of writing her memoir, and have done so with the sympathetic admiration natural to one in whose veins runs some of her blood, however much diluted "
*Clarke, H. Conquest. Oral opinions of the court of commissioners of Alabama claims Unofficially compiled. Wash. T McGill & Co. 1886 42 D. D. pap. $5
*Olarke, Ja. Freeman, D.D. Every day religion. Bost., Ticknor & Co., 1886. D. cl., $1.50.
Clarke, Ja. Freeman. The fourth gospel: the question of its origin stated and discussed. Bost., G: H. Ellis, 1886. 70 p. T. cl., 50 c.; pap., 25 c.
The problem in dispute is this: How could John, who was the companion of Jesus, give a view of his character and of his life differing in many essentials from that presented by the other three evangelists? On the other hand, if it was not written by John, how came it to be accepted without protest or objection by the early Christian writers and worshippers? Dr. Clarke fairly states the arguments on both sides, but confesses he has not reached the final soJution himself
*Olarke, Ja. Freeman, D.D. Ten great relig
ions. New ed. Bost., Houghton, Mifflin & Co.. 1886. 2 v. O cl., ea reduced to $2. Clarke, Ja. Freeman. Vexed questions in theology a series of essays. Bost., G: H. Ellis, 1886. 6-249 p. D. cl., $1.
The author contrasts the five points of Calvinism and the five points of the new theology, reveals a scientific basis for prayer, and gives his reasons for believing in a future life. These essays refer especially to disputes that have been very severe in New England, on such subjects as the Sabbath, the Bible, the Lord's supper, the divinity of Jesus, etc
Clarke, Ja. Freeman, D.D., Allen, Rev. Jos. H., [and others.] Modern Unitarianism: essays and sermons. Phil., J. B. Lippincott Co., 1886. 3-218 p. D. cl., $1.25.
These essays and sermons were delivered in connection with the dedication and opening of the new church edifice of the First Unitarian Society of Phil., in Feb., 1886. They comprise: Dedication sermon, by Rev. Ja. Freeman Clarke; A century of Unitarianism in America, by Rev. Jos. H. Allen; Israel's inspiration and our relation to it, by Rev. S: R. Calthrop; Christianity in the presence of modern criticism, by Rev. Brooke Herford; The eternal goodness, by Rev. J: White Chadwick; The debt of religion to science, by Rev. Minot J. Savage; The church in its relation to public charity, by Rev. E: E. Hale; The church as a school of ethics, by the Rev. T: R. Slicer Religion and democracy, by Rev. Howard N. Brown; The simplicity of the gospel, by Rev. Andrew P. Peabody: Visions and patterns, by Rev. Rob. Collyer; A liberal Christian church, by Rev. Jos. May.
*Clarke, J. C. C. The origin and varieties of the Semitic alphabet Chic., American Pub. Soc. of Hebrew, ISSC 18 p. 20 pl. O. net,
*Clarke, Jos. M., D.D. Christian union and the Protestant Episcopal church: six letters to Protestant Christians. N. Y., T: Whittaker, 1886. 79 p. D. cl., 25 c.
Clarke, Mrs. Mary Cowden.
Uncle, Peep, and Bost., Roberts Bros., 1886.
4-300 p. il. S. cl., $1.25. "Bab," a little orphan girl, tells the story. She and her brother "Peep are adopted by their Uncle John Bruff, an old retired sea-captain, and go home to live in the country with him. The chief event of the story is the uncle's marriage, and the coming of "Aunt Pen," who is a good friend to the little ones. The story has a motive. The incidents, which are related with unusual fulness of detail, are chosen as best developing " graciousness or ungraciousness in manner, kindliness or unaffectionateness in gift and acceptance, the enjoyment that lies in simple and inexpensive pleasures."
*Clarke, R. S., [" Sophie May." pseud.] Christ mas breeze. Bost., D. Lothrop & Co., 1886. 96 p. D. cl., 75 c.
Clay, Bertha M., [pseud. for
Charlotte M. N. Y., J: W. (Lovell's lib.,
Clay, Cassius Marcellus. Life and memoirs of Cassius Marcellus Clay merioirs, writings and speeches, showing his conduct in the overthrow of American slavery, the salvation of the Union, and the restoration of the autonomy of the states, written and compiled by himself In 2 v V 1. Cin., J. Fletcher
Brennan & Co., 1886 600 cl., $5.
Mr. Clay was one of the most prominent statesmen of his day. He was born in Madison Co., Ky., Oct. 19, 1810. He graduated at Yale in 1832. One of his first acts in public life was to oppose the annexation of Texas to the Union. From the first, he was an aggresive opponent of slavery, and in this volume he describes many exciting incidents in connection with his work in this direction. He became editor of the True American, an anti-slavery paper
issued in Lexington, Ky., in 1845. He served as a captain in the Mexican war (1846-'47), supported Lincoln in 1860, and became a brigadier-general of the Union army in 1861. He was Minister to Russia from 1862-'69. His autobiography is written with considerable frankness, and will prove an interesting addition to the literature of one of the most exciting epochs in the history of this country. This volume brings the narrative down to 1884. The second volume, which will be issued in 1887 probably contain chiefly letters and speeches.
Claytor, Graham. Among the hills; or, scenes in Piedmont, Virginia, and other poems. Richmond, Va., J. W Randolph & English,  3-94 p. D. cl., 75 c.
By the author of "Pen pictures of farm life." The greater part of the book is taken up with a poem called "Odenwall, being a reproduction in verse of Washington Irving's story of "The spectre bridegroom.' The shorter poems deal with the beauties of Virginia scenery. Class interests, their relations to each other and to governments a study of wrongs and remedies, to ascertain what the people should do for themselves, by the author of Conflict in nature and life." N Y., Appleton, 10+ 172 p. D cl., $1.
the same author.
1886. The subjects chiefly discussed are corporate and ring monopolies, the currency question, wages, and taxation. The book may be regarded as a sequel to Reform," by The aim of "Reform was chiefly to call attention to the limitations of almost every effort for the improvement of society. The aim of this study is "to show the great need of reform in certain directions, and to point out as definitely as the situation at present seems to warrant how such reform is to be efected "
*Classic French plays. V 3. Le bourgeois gentilhomme, by Molière, Hôrace, by Corneille, and Les plaideurs, by Racine. N. Y., H: Holt & Co., 1835. D. (Student's collection.) cl., $1.50 or each play separato in
paper, ea., 50 c Clemens, E. J M. La Plata countries of South America. Phil, J B. Lippincott Co., 1886. 511 p. D cl., $1.50.
Record of a journey made through a part of South America in 1880. Divided into five parts. Pt. 1 is entitled a journey and a glance at Uruguay 213 devoted to the Argentine Republic and Bolivian La Plata. 3 is an historical retrospect 4 describes Paraguay 5. Brazilian La
Christian symbols and stories of the saints, as illustrated in art, ed. by Katherine E.
architecture. Chapter III, embracing from 400 A.D. to the present time, treats of modern architecture in Italy, Spain, France, England. Germany, and the United States, with a separate paragraph on theatres and music halls. There is a glossary of technical terms and a good index. Profusely illustrated.
*Clement, Clara Erskine. Stories of art and artists. Bost., Ticknor & Co., 1886. II. O. cl., $4; hf. parchment, $4.50. Clements, M E Cords of love or, who is my neighbor? N. Y, T: Nelson & Sons, 1885. 144 p., il. D. cl., 60°c.
*Clerke, Agnes M. A popular history of
Cleveland, Ohio. Map of Cleveland.
The long run
This is a novel of two characters; the heroine is a rich, intellectual women of about thirty, who thinks a great deal of her social position and her descent from the She has refused many very bluest kind of blue blood. offers, but is finally wooed by Rufus Grosbeck, a poor and somewhat seedy"- looking scholar, to whose reat in tellectual superiority she finally succumbs in the long run Cloveland, R: J. Voyages of a merchant
navigator of the days that are past; comp. from the journals and letters of the late R: J Cleveland by H. W S. Cleveland. N. Y Harper, 1886. 6+245 p. por. D. cl., §. 25. The present work gains in interest in having for its He was a typical hero an ancestor of President Cleveland, seaman of two generations ago, who sailed from Salem in a merchant vessel and had many stirring and remarkable adventures, compared with which the stories of Defoe seem tame. This book has the advantage of being true, and also of depicting the whole life of an American seaman at the beginning of this century. Mr. Cleveland was a type of the better class of the American sailor of that day, of i. flexible honesty, indomitable will, courageous and enter prising.
Olover, Daniel. State of Pennsylvania, county of Cumberland, court of Oyer and Terminer. The trial of D. Clever, indicted for the mur der of W Martin, [Aug., 1885.] Carlisle, Pa., Amer. Volunteer Off., 1885. 242 p O shp., 50 c.
Conway. Bost., Ticknor & Co, 1886. 14+ Clifford, W: K. Lectures and essays. ed. by 349 p. il. O. cl., $2.50
This work has been undertaken to satisfy a want often felt personally by the author and often expressed to her by others. Travelling abroad in Christian lands, symbolic forms are constantly met that are known in a general way to represent the mysteries and facts of the Christian faith, but fail to recall them accurately to the uninitiated beholder. Churches are dedicated to saints hitherto unheard of. The first part of the book is devoted to a treatise on symbolism in art; the second gives legends and stories illustrated in art. 1 here are copies of ten celebrated paintings and sketches of the lives of twenty two saints. A full index occupies twenty-five pages of the book, and makes it a practical work of reference. It is handsomely gotten up in green cloth and red edges
Clement, Clara Erskine. An outline history of
Leslie Stephen and F: Pollock, with an introd by F: Pollock, 2d ed. N. Y., Macmillan, 1886. 443 p. por. D. cl., $2.50.
N. J. Early vanities. N.
A collection of over one hundred short poems by an
*Closson, W. B. Homes and haunts of the poets original etchings. Bost., L. Prang & Co., 1886. In 5 pts., ca., in portfolio, $1; 5 pts. in portfolio box, $5.50.
*Clough, W. O. Gesta Pilati The reports, letters, and acts of Pontius Pilate: being the official records of Pilate as made to Tiberius Cæsar, emperor of Rome, concerning the apprehension, trial, and crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth; tr. chiefly from Tischendorf's Ms. With an introd, and notes. Indianap