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English Grammar, etc.

Joseph Emerson Worcester, LL. D., 1784-1865. An elementary dictionary of the English language. A new ed., rev. and enl. 400 p. Boston, Swan, Brewer and Tileston, 1860.

John Mulligan, b. 1793. Exposition of the grammatical structure of the English language; being an attempt to furnish an improved method of teaching grammar. For the use of schools and colleges. 574 p., NY, D. Appleton & company, 1874.

John Wilson, 1802-1868. A treatise on English punctuation. With an appendix, containing rules on the use of capitals, a list of abbreviations, hints on the preparation of copy and on proof-reading, specimen of proof-sheet, etc. 28th ed. 334 p. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] American book company [c1871]

Alfred Dwight Sheffield, 1871- . Grammar and thinking, a study of the working conceptions in syntax. 193 p. NY and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1912.

Henry Augustus Oakley, 1827-1907. Outline of a course of English reading, based on that prepared for the Mercantile library association of the city of New-York, by the late Chancellor Kent, with additions by Chas, King, Ed., with further additions and notes. 120 p. New York, G. P. Putnam and co., 1853.

John Adam Weisse, 1810-1888. Abstract of a new method to analyze the English language and literature. 24 p. New York, Printed by H. Ludwig, 1873.

Rev. James Pycroft, 1813-1895. A course of English reading, adapted to every taste and capacity: with literary anecdotes. 3d ed. 313 p. New York, D. Appleton and co., 1854.

George Payn Quackenbos, 1826-1881. First lessons in composition. 182 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1870.

Richard Green Parker, 1798-1869. Aids to English composition, prepared for students of all grades; embracing specimens and examples of school and college exercises and most of the higher departments of English composition, both in prose and verse. 20th ed. 429 p. New York, Harper & brothers, 1863.

Richard Grant White, 1821-1885. Words and their uses, past and present. A study of the English language. 461 p. New York, Sheldon and company, 1872.

William Seymour Tyler, 1810-1897. The theology of the Greek poets. 365 p. Andover, W. F. Draper, 1869.

A new dictionary of quotations from the Greek, Latin, and modern languages. Tr. into English, and occasionally accompanied with illustrations, historical, poetical, and anecdotal. With an extensive index, referring to every important word. By the author of "Live and learn", "The Newspaper and general reader's pocket companion", etc. From the last London ed. 1869. 527 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co.

A dictionary of select and popular quotations, which are in daily use: taken from the Latin, French, Greek, Spanish, and Italian languages: together with a copious collection of law-maxims and law-terms translated into English, with illustrations historical and idiomatic. 1873. 6th American ed., cor., with additions. 312 p. Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger.

Lippincott's pronouncing gazetteer. A complete pronouncing gezetteer, or geographical dictionary, of the world. Containing a notice and the pronunciation of the names of nearly one hundred thousand places. With the most recent and authentic information respecting ... every portion of the globe. Edited by J. Thomas, and T. Baldwin, assisted by several other gentlemen. 1856. 218 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co.

Alexander Spiers, 1807-1869. Spiers and Surenne's French and English pronouncing dictionary. Newly composed from the French dictionaries of the French academy, Laveaux, Boiste, Bescherelle, Landais, etc., and from the English dictionaries of Johnson, Webster, Worcester, Richardson, etc. Carefully rev., cor., and enl., with the pronunciation according to the system of Surenne's Pronouncing dictionary by G. P. Quackenbos, A. M. 2 v. in 1. New York, D. Appleton & co., 1870.

James Savage, 1784-1873. A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England, showing three generations of those who came before May, 1692, on the basis of Farmer's Register. By James Savage. 1860-62. 4 v. Boston, Little, Brown and company.

Richard Soule, 1812-1877. A dictionary of English synonymes and synonymous or parallel expressions, designed as a practical guide to aptness and variety of phraseology. 456 p. Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1871.

Elizabeth Jane Whately, 1822-1893. A selection of English synonyms. 1st American ed., from the 2d London ed., rev. and enl. 179 p. Boston, Cambridge, J. Munroe and company, 1852.

Richard Soule, 1812-1877 and W. A. Wheeler. Manual of English pronunciation and spelling: containing a full alphabetical vocabulary of the language with a preliminary exposition of English orthoëpy and orthography. 467 p. Boston, Lee and Shepard [c1861] 1875

Richard Soule, 1812-1877. Pronouncing handbook of words often mispronounced and of words as to which a choice of pronunciation is allowed, by Richard Soule and Loomis J. Campbell. 99 p. Boston, Lee & Shepard; New York, C. T. Dillingham [c1873]

Louis F. Klipstein, A grammar of the Anglo-Saxon language. Rev. and enl. ed., 276 p., NY, G. P. Putnam, 1859.

Francis Andrew March, 1825-1911. Introduction to Anglo-Saxon. An Anglo-Saxon reader, with philological notes, a brief grammar, and a vocabulary. 166 p., NY, Harper & brothers, 1872.


Richard Anthony Proctor, 1837-1888. Light science for leisure hours. 343 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1871.

Felix Eberty, 1812-1884. The stars and the earth; or, Thoughts upon space, time, and eternity. 4 ed American, from the 3d English ed., 88 p. Boston. Noyes, Holmes, and company, 1874.

Sir John Frederick William Herschel, 1792-1871. Outlines of astronomy. A new ed. With numerous plates and wood-cuts, 557 p., Philadelphia, Blanchard & Lea, 1861.

William Whewell, 1794-1866. Astronomy and general physics. Considered with reference to natural theology. 236 p. New York, Harper & brothers, 1856.

Elias Loomis, 1811-1889. A treatise on astronomy. 344 p., NY, Harper & brothers, 1868.

Ormsby MacKnight Mitchel, 1809-1862. Popular astronomy. A concise elementary treatise on the sun, planets, satellites and comets. 376 p. New York, Phinney, Blakeman & Mason, 1860.

Amédée Guillemin, 1826-1893. The heavens: an illustrated handbook of popular astronomy. Ed. by J. Norman Lockyer. 4th ed. Rev. by Richard A. Proctor, 432 p., NY, G. P. Putnam & sons, 1871.

Sir Joseph Norman Lockyer, 1836-1920. Elements of astronomy: accompanied with numerous illustration, a colored representation of the solar, stellar, and nebular spectra, and celestial charts of the northern and the southern hemisphere. American ed., rev. and specially adapted to the schools of the United States, 312 p., NY, D. Appleton and company, 1873.

Anna Cabot Lowell, 1811-1874. The elements of astronomy; or, The world as it is, and as it appears. By the author of "Theory of teaching," "Edward's first lessons in grammar," etc. 376 p. Boston, Crocker and Brewster, 1850.

William Whewell, 1794-1866. Astronomy and general physics. Considered with reference to natural theology. 236 p. New York, Harper & brothers, 1856. _

Joel Dorman Steele, 1836-1886. Fourteen weeks in descriptive astronomy. 336 p. New York & Chicago, A.S. Barnes & co., 1874.

Edward Everett, 1794-1865. The uses of astronomy. An oration delivered at Albany, on the 28th of July [i.e. August] 1856, by Edward Everett, on the occasion of the inauguration of the Dudley astronomical observatory, with a condensed report of the proceedings, and an account of the dedication of New York state geological hall. 41 p. New York, Ross & Tousey, 1856.

Joseph W. Spoor. Electro astronomical atlas. 96 p. Albany, N.Y., Weed, Parsons and company, 1874.

Horatio Nelson Robinson, 1806-1867. A treatise on astronomy, descriptive, theoretical and physical, designed for schools, academies, and private students. [Rev. ed.] 358 p. Cincinnati, J. Ernst; New York, Ivison & Phinney; [etc., etc.] 1857.

Dionysius Lardner, 1793-1859. Hand-books of natural philosophy and astronomy. 3 v. Philadelphia, Blanchard and Lea, 1851-54.

Truman Henry Safford, 1836-1901. A catalogue of standard polar and clock stars. 32 p. Cambridge, Welch, Bigelow, and company, 1863.

Horatio Nelson Robinson, 1806-1867. A treatise on surveying and navigation: uniting the theoretical, practical, and educational features of these subjects. 101 p. Cincinnati, J. Ernst. New York, Mason brothers [etc., etc.] 1853.

Richard Anthony Proctor, 1837-1888. Half-hours with the telescope; being a popular guide to the use of the telescope as a means of amusement and instruction. 109 p. New York, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1873.

Prof. Benjamin Peirce, 1809-1880. Tables of the moon; constructed for use of the American ephemeris and nautical almanac. [Second edition] Published by authority of the Secretary of the Navy. 348 p. Washington, Bureau of navigation, 1865.

Lord Baron John Benn Walsh Ormathwaite, 1798-1881. Astronomy and geology compared. 179 p. New York, D. Appleton & company, 1872.

William Augustus Norton, 1810-1883. A treatise on astronomy, spherical and physical; with astronomical problems, and solar, lunar, and other astronomical tables. For the use of colleges and scientific schools. 4th ed., rev., remodelled, and enl. 443 + 115 p. New York, J. Wiley & son, 1874.

Rev. Denison Olmsted, 1791-1859. An introduction to astronomy: designed as a text-book for the use of students in college. By E. S. Snell. 315 p. New York, Collins & brother, 1865.

Denison Olmsted, LL.D., 1791-1859. Letters on astronomy, in which the elements of the science are familialry [!] explained. Rev. ed. 427 p. New York, Harper & Brothers [1853]

John Gummere, 1784-1845. An elementary treatise on astronomy; in two parts. The first containing a clear and compendious view of the theory; the second, a number of practical problems. To which are added, solar, lunar, and other astronomical tables. 6th ed. Rev. and adapted to the present state of the science, by E. Otis Kendall. 363 + 114 p. Philadelphia, E. C. & J. Biddle, 1854. , 6th ed. Rev. and adapted to the present state of the science, 1860.

William Chauvenet, 1820-1870. A manual of spherical and practical astronomy, embracing the general problems of spherical astronomy, the special applications to nautical astronomy, and the theory and use of fixed and portable astronomical instruments, with an appendix on the method of least squares. 2 v. Philadelphia, London, J. B. Lippincott company, 1871.

Franz Brünnow, 1821-1891. Spherical astronomy. Translated by the author from the 2d German ed. 559 p. New York, D. Van Nostrand; [etc., etc.] 1865.

James Craig Watson, 1838-1880. Theoretical astronomy relating to the motions of the heavenly bodies revolving around the sun in accordance with the law of universal gravitation, embracing the formulæ for the calculation of the geocentric and heliocentric places, for the determination of the orbits, for the correction of approximate elements, and for the computation of special perturbations; together with the theory of the combination of observations and the method of least squares. 662 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co.; London, Trubner & co., 1868.

Lieut. J. M. Gilliss, superintendent. The U.S. Naval Astronomical Expedition to the southern hemisphere, during the years 1849-'50-'51-'52. Vol. I, II, III, VI. 4 v. Washington, A. O. P. Nicholson, printer, 1855-56.

Thomas Jefferson Lee. A collection of tables and fromulæ useful in surveying, geodesy, and practical astronomy, 2d. ed. 242 p. Washington, Taylor & Maury, 1853. Tables and formulae useful in surveying, geodesy, and practical astronomy, including elements for the projection of maps, and instructions for field magnetic observations. 3d ed., rev. and enl. 310 p. Washington. Gov't. print. off., 1873.

Daniel Kirkwood, 1814-1895. Meteoric astronomy: a treatise on shooting-stars, fireballs, and aerolites. 129 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1867.

Frédéric Zurcher, 1816-1890. Meteors, aërolites, storms, and atmospheric phenomena. From the French of Zürcher and Margollé. By William Lackland. Illustrated with twenty-three fine woodcuts, by Lebreton. 324 p. NY, D. Appleton and company, 1870.

Horation Nelson Robinson, 1806-1867. Mathematical recreations, containing solutions of many very difficult and important equations, and of several useful problems in geometry, surveying and astronomy, together with a method of finding the roots and equations by projection. 86 p. Albany, E. H. Pease & co.; Cincinnati, J. Ernst, 1851.

Friedrich Karl Ludwig Schoedler, 1813-1884. The book of nature: an elementary introduction to the sciences of physics, astronomy, chemistry, mineralogy, geology, botany, zoology, and physiology. 1st American ed.,with a glossary, and other additions and improvements, from the 2d English ed., tr. from the 6th German ed. by Henry Medlock. 691 p. New York, Sheldon & co., 1870.

Richard Green Parker, Cor., 1798-1869. A school compendium of natural and experimental philosophy, embracing the elementary principles of mechanics, hydrostatics ... optics, electricity, galvanism, magnetism, electro-magnetism, magneto-electricity, and astronomy. Containing also a description of the steam and locomotive engines, and of the electro-magnetic telegraph. Enl. and improved. 470 p. New-York, A. S. Barnes & co., 1856.

William Guy Peck, 1820-1892. Practical treatise on the differential and integral calculus, with some of its applications to mechanics and astronomy. 208 p. New York, Chicago, A. S. Barnes & company, [c1870]

Benjamin Peirce, 1809-1880. An elementary treatise on plane and spherical trigonometry, with their applications to navigation, surveying, heights and distances, and spherical astronomy, and particularly adapted to explaining the construction of Bowditch's navigator, and the nautical almanac. New edition, revised, with additions. 359 p. Boston, Cambridge, J. Monroe and company, 1852.

Rev. Charles William Hackley, 1809-1861. Elements of trigonometry, plane and spherical, with its application to navigation and surveying, nautical and practical astronomy and geodesy, with logarithmic, trigonometrical, and nautical tables. Fourth edition, 372 p., NY, G. P. Putnam, 1853.

Manuals, Novels, Poems, Current Mythology (Darwinism), etc.:

Rev. Francis Jacox, 1825-1897. Scripture texts illustrated by general literature. 403 p., NY, T. Nelson & sons, 1871.

John Ogden, A.M., 1824- ?. The science of education; and art of teaching. In two parts. 478 p. Cincinnati, Moore, Wilstach, Keys & co., 1859.

Rev. Jonathan Townley Crane, 1819-1880. Popular amusements. With an introduction, by Bishop E.S. Janes. 209 p. Cincinnati, Hitchcock and Walden; New York, Carlton and Lanahan, 1870.

Marvin Richardson Vincent, 1834-1922. Amusement; a force in Christian training. 140 p. Troy, N.Y., W. H. Young, 1867.

Theodore Ledyard Cuyler, 1822-1909. Sermon on Christian recreation and unchristian amusement. Delivered at Cooper institute, NY, Oct. 24, 1858. 20 p., NY, E.D. Barker, 1858.

The ladies' hand-book of etiquette and manual of politeness. 224 p., NY, J. Miller [18-?]

McIlvaine, Joshua Hall, 1815-1897. Elocution: the sources and element of its power. A text book for schools and colleges, and a book for every public speaker and student of the English language. 106 p., NY, Scribner, Armstrong & co., 1876.

McQueen, Hugh.: The orator's touchstone. 327 p.. NY, Harper & brothers, 1860.

Lewis C. Munn, The American orator. With an appendix containing the Declaration of Independence, with the fac-similes of the autographs of the signers; the Constitution of the United States; Washington's Farewell Address; and fac-similes of the autographs of a large number of distinguished individuals. 448 p., Boston [Mass.] Published by the compiler, 1853.

James Napoleon McElligott, 1812-1866. The American debater, being a plain exposition of the principles and practice of public debate. 323 p., NY, Ivison & Phinney, 1859 [1855]

N. W. Taylor Root, 1829-1872. School amusements; or, How to make the school interesting. Embracing simple rules for military and gymnastic exercises, and hints upon the general management of the school room. 225 p. NY, A. S. Barnes and company, 1869.

The book of humour, wit & wisdom; a manual of table-talk. 365 p. Boston, New York, Lee & Shepard, 1874.

John Newton Stearns, 1829-1895. Merry's rhymes and puzzles. 300 illustrations. 3 v. [New York, T. O'Kane, 187-?]

Mary Mapes Dodge, 1830-1905. Rhymes and jingles. 271 p., NY, Scribner, Armstrong, 1875.

J. B. Wolfsden: an authentic account of things there and thereunto pertaining, as they are and have been. 504 p. Boston, Phillips, Simpson and company, 1856.

Mary Mapes Dodge, compiled from St. Nicholas. Baby world; stories, rhymes, and pictures for little folks. 303 p. New-York, Century Co. [c1884]

Samuel Woodworth, 1785-1842. Melodies, duets, trios, songs, and ballads, pastoral, amatory, sentimental, patriotic, religious, and miscellaneous. Together with metrical epistles, tales and recitations. 3d ed., comprising many late productions never before published. 288 p. NY. Pub. for the author, by Elliot & Palmer, 1831.

William Watts. The Yahoo; a satirical rhapsody. 119 p. NY, G. Vale, 1855.

John Anson Woodward. Bouquet. A commedietta, in one act. Adapted from the French. 20 p. Boston, C. H. Spencer [c1871]

Levina Buoncuore Urbino. Art recreations: being a complete guide to pencil drawing, oil painting, moss work, papier mache, wax work, shell work, enamel painting, etc., with valuable receipts for preparing materials. Splendidly illustrated. 336 p. Boston, J. E. Tilton and company, 1863.

Henry Wellington Greatorex, 1816-1858. A collection of psalm and hymn tunes, chants, anthems, and sentences. 222 p., Hartford, A.C. Goodman & co. [etc., c1851]

Caroline Snowden (Whitmarsh) Guild, 1827-1898, comp. Prayers of the ages. 335 p., Boston, Ticknor and Field, 1868.

John Duncan Quackenbos, 1848-1926. Illustrated history of ancient literature, oriental and classical. Accompanied with engravings and colored maps. 432 p. New York, Harper & brothers. 1873.

Henry Reed, 1808-1854. Lectures on English literature, from Chaucer to Tennyson. 5th ed., rev. and cor. 411 p. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co., 1860.

Rev. William Adams, 1814-1848. The king's messengers, an allegorical tale. From the London ed. with engravings executed by W. Howland from original designs by Weir. 8th American ed. 141 p. New York, General protestant episcopal S. S. union, 1858.

Novels by James Fenimore Cooper (1789-1851), i.e., The last of the Mohicans:;c=moa;cc=moa;sid=241ea3281999c897df0e0a3be3685e38;rgn=pages;q1=Cooper;op2=and;op3=and;cite1=Cooper;cite1restrict=author;cite2=Fenimore;cite2restrict=author;firstpubl1=1800;firstpubl2=1925;view=reslist;subview=short;sort=occur;start=26;size=25

Hannah Webster Foster, 1759-1840. The coquette; or, The history of Eliza Wharton. A novel, founded on fact. By a lady of Massachusetts. New ed. With an historical preface, and a memoir of the author, 286 p., Boston, W. P. Fetridge and company, 1855.

Dinah Maria Mulock Craik, 1826-1887. Christiain's mistake (a Novel). 194 p. Chicago, Donnelley, Loyd and company, 1875.

Samuel Harvey Taylor, 1807-1871. Method of classical study: illustrated by questions on a few selections from Latin and Greek authors. 154 p. Boston, Brown and Taggard, 1861.

Homer Baxter Sprague, b. 1829. Masterpieces in English literature, & lessons in the English language. 437 p. New York, J.W. Schermerhorn & co., 1874.

Richard Chenevix Trench, 1807-1886. English past and present. 213 p. New York, Redfield, 1855.

Xenophon. A narrative of the expedition of Cyrus the younger, and of the retreat of the ten thousand. By Xenophon of Athens. Ed. by Alpheus Crosby. 275 p. Boston, Phillips, Sampson, and company; New York, J.C. Derby, 1857.

Virgil. The first six books of Virgil's Aeneid, with explanatory notes, a lexicon, and map; together with an appendix, containing Dr. S. H. Taylor's questions on Virgil, and a metrical index. Illustrated with numerous engravings, and a fac-simile page of one of the oldest existing manuscripts of the Latin text. By Edward Searing. 421 p. New York and Chicago, A. S. Barnes & company; [etc., etc.] 1871.

Virgil's Aeneid: with explanatory notes. By Henry S. Frieze. 2d ed.: xviii, 598 p. New York [etc.] D. Appleton and company, 1871.

Virgil. Opera; or, The works of Virgil. With copious notes, together with an ordo of the most intricate parts of the text. Designed for the use of students in the colleges, academies, & other seminaries, in the United States. By the Rev. J.G. Cooper. 615 p. New York, Sheldon & company, 1868.

William Shakespeare, 1564-1616. The dramatic works of William Shakespeare; illustrated: embracing a life of the poet, and notes, original and selected. 8 v. Boston, Phillips, Sampson and company, 1850-51.

Thomas Gray, 1716-1771. The poetical works of Thomas Gray. Ed. with a life by Rev. John Metford. 158 plus 223 p., Boston, Little, Brown & co.; New York, Blakeman & Mason [etc.] 1862.

Works by John Greenleaf Whittier, 1807-1892. I.E., The Pennsylvania pilgrim, and other poems. 129 p. Boston, J. R. Osgood and company, 1872.

Works of Baron Alfred Tennyson, 1809-1892.

Charles J. Woodbury. Talks with Ralph Waldo Emerson. 177 p. New York. Baker & Taylor, 1890.

W. W. Wright. Doré. By a stroller in Europe. 386 p. New York, Harper & brothers, 1857.

Sir Walter Scott, 1771-1832. The Waverley novels. Complete in 12 vol., printed from the latest English ed., embracing the author's last corrections, prefaces & notes. Phil., Lippincott, Grambo, 1855.

Mark Twain, 1835-1910. A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. 449 p. New York, London, Harper & brothers [c1917]

Mark Twain, 1835-1910. The gilded age; a tale of to-day, by Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens) and Charles Dudley Warner. Fully illustrated from new designs by Hoppin, Stephens, Williams, White, etc. 574 p. Hartford, American publishing company; New York, Doublass & Myers, 1874.

Mark Twain, 1835-1910. Europe and elsewhere, by Mark Twain [pseud.] [with an appreciation by Brander Matthews and an introduction by Albert Bigelow Paine] Mississippi edition. 406 p. New York, London, Harper & brothers, 1923.

Writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe, i.e., Uncle Tom's cabin; or, Life among the lowly. 2 v. Boston, J. P. Jewett, 1852.

Thomas Budd Shaw, 1813-1862. Outlines of English literature. With a sketch of American literature by Henry T. Tuckerman. New American Edition. 489 p. New York, Sheldon & Co., 1866.

Barrett Wendell, 1855-1921. A literary history of America. 574 p. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1900.

William M. White, comp. Great truths by great authors. 564 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1856.

Richard Henry Stoddard (ed.), 1825-1903. The loves and heroines of the poets. 480 p. New York, Derby & Jackson, 1861.

The Spectator. Religious, moral, humorous, satirical, and critical essays. A new ed. 2 v. New York, G. A. Leavitt [1860?]

The shilling song book; a collection of 175 of the most favorite national, patriotic, sentimental, and comic ballads of the day. 128 p. [Niagara Falls, W.E. Tunis, 1860]

Artemus Ward, 1834-1867. Artemus Ward, his book. With many comic illustrations. 262 p. New York, Carleton, 1862.

Benjamin Penhallow Shillaber, 1814-1890. Rhymes with reason & without. 336 p. Boston, A. Tompkins & B. B. Mussey & co., 1853.

Benjamin Penhallow Shillaber, 1814-1890. Partingtonian patchwork. Blifkins the martyr: the domestic trials of a model husband. The modern syntax: Dr. Spooner's experiences in search of the delectable. Partington papers: Strippings of the warm milk of human kindness. New and old dips from an unambitious inkstand. Humorous, eccentric, rhythmical. 360 p. Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, Lee, Shepard and Dillingham, 1873.

John Weiss, 1818-1879. American religion. 326 p. Boston, 1871.

F.E. Pitts. A defence of Armageddon, or Our great country foretold in the Holy Scriptures. In two discourses. Delivered in the Capitol of the United States, at the request of several members of Congress, on the anniversary of Washington's birthday, 1857. 116 p. Baltimore, J. W. Bull, 1862.

Torquato Tasso, 1544-1595. The Jerusalem delivered. 3d American from the last English ed. 624 p. New-York, D. Appleton & company, 1858.

Uriah Smith, 1832-1903. The United States in the light of prophecy; or, An exposition of Rev. 13:11-17. 160 p. Battle Creek, Mich., Steam press of the Seventh-day adventist publishing association, 1874.

Uriah Smith, 1832-1903. The sanctuary and the twenty-three hundred days of Daniel VIII, 14. 352 p. Battle Creek, Mich., Seventh-day Adventist publishing association, 1877.

William C Thurman. Our Bible chronology established. The sealed book of Daniel opened. 252 p. Philadelphia, J. Goodyear, 1864.

Rev. Edward Winthrop, 1811-1865. The premium essay on the characteristics and laws of prophetic symbols. 191 p. New York, F. Knight, 1855.

Rev. J. Litch and Thomas Wardle. Review of prophetic significance of eastern and European movements: being a plain, literal, and grammatical construction of the last five chapters of Daniel applied to passing events: showing conclusively that a Syrian prince, not Napoleon III., is the # of the last days. 47 p. Philadelphia. Merrihew & son, 1867.

Elder James White, 1821-1881. Life incidents, in connection with the great Advent movement, as illustrated by the three angels of Revelation XIV. Volume one. 373 p. Battle Creek, Mich., Steam press of the Seventhday Adventist publishing association, 1868.

Stephen Powers. Muskingum legends, with other sketches and papers descriptive of the young men of Germany and the old boys of America. 360 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1871.

Mrs. Catharine Van Valkenburg Waite, 1829- . The Mormon prophet and his harem; or, An authentic history of Brigham Young, his numerous wives and children. 5th ed., rev. and enl. 318 p. Chicago, J.S. Goodman, and company; Cincinnati, C.F. Vent and company, 1867.

Caroline Pratt, b. 1867. Before books. With Jessie Stanton. 347 p. New York. Adelphi Co., c1926.

William B. Swett. Adventures of a deaf-mute. 27th thousand. 48 pp. Marblehead, W. B. Swett, 1875.

Edmund Clarence Stedman, 1833-1908. Victorian poets. 441 p. Boston, J.R. Osgood and company, 1876.

James Woodmansee. The closing scene: a vision. In twelve books. 296 p. Cincinnati, R. P. Thompson, 1857.

Noah Porter, 1811-1892. Books and reading; or, What books shall I read and how shall I read them? 4th ed., 394 p. New York, Seribner, Armstrong & co., 1877.

John Power, 1820-1872. [Handy book about books]. 121 p. New York, J. Sabin & sons, 1873-77.

Henry William Pullen, 1836-1904. Modern Christianity, a civilized heathenism. By the author of "The fight at Dame Europa's school." 167 p. Boston, W.F. Gill and company, 1875.

George Hay Ringgold, 1815-1865. Fountain rock, Amy Wier, & other metrical pastimes. 240 p. New York, W. A. Townsend & co., 1860.

Edmund Clarence Stedman, 1833-1908. Rip Van Winkle & his wonderful map. 8 p. Boston, Fields Osgood & co., 1870.

The elements of drawing; in three letters to beginners. By John Ruskin, 1819-1900. With illustrations drawn by the author. 234 p. New York, J. Wiley & sons, 1876.

The Seven great hymns of the medieval church. 3d ed. 134 p. New York, A.D.F. Randolph, 1867.

James Barr Walker, 1805-1887. God revealed in the process of creation, and by the manifestation of Jesus Christ; including an examination of the development theory contained in the "Vestiges of the natural history of creation". 273 p. Boston, Gould and Lincoln; New York, Sheldon, Lamport & Blakeman, 1855.

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Horace Gay Wood, 1831-1893. The philosophy of creation: unfolding the laws of the progressive development of nature, and embracing the philosophy of man, spirit, and the spirit world. By Thomas Paine, through the hand of Horace G. Wood, medium. 120 p. Boston, B. Marsh, 1864.

Alfred Russel Wallace, 1823-1913. Contributions to the theory of natural selection. A series of essays. Second edition, with corrections and additions. 384 p. New York, Macmillan and co., 1871.

Alfred Russel Wallace, 1823-1913. The Malay Archipelago: the land of the oranguatan, and the bird of paradise. A narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature. 638 p. New York. Harper, 1869.

Alfred Russel Wallace, 1823-1913. The geographical distribution of animals. With a study of the relations of living and extinct faunas as elucidating the past changes of the earth's surface. 2 v. New York, Harper & brothers, 1876.

Charles Darwin, 1809-1882. Journal of researches into the natural history and geology of the countries visited during the voyage of H. M. S. Beagle round the world, under the command of Capt. Fitz Roy, R.N. New ed. 519 p. NY, D. Appleton and company, 1871.

James Hutchison Stirling, 1820-1909. As regards protoplasm: in relation to Professor Huxley's essay on the Physical basis of life. 71 p. New Haven, Conn. C.C. Chatfield & co, 1870.

Charles Hodge, 1797-1878.: What is Darwinism? By Charles Hodge. 178 p. , NY, Scribner, Armstrong, and company, 1874.

Asa Gray, 1810-1888. Darwiniana; essays and reviews pertaining to Darwinism. 396 p. New York, D. Appleton, 1876.

Minot Judson Savage, 1841-1918. The religion of evolution. 253 p. Boston, Lockwood, Brooks, & company, 1876.

Enoch Fitch Burr, 1818-1907. Pater mundi; or, Doctrine of evolution. 303 p. Boston, Noyes, Holmes and company, 1873.

Dr. Eduard Oskar Schmidt, 1823-1886. The doctrine of descent and Darwinism. 334 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1875.

St. George Jackson Mivart, 1827-1900. Contemporary evolution an essay on some recent social changes. 254 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1876.

I.E., in the subject "History":

Joseph Emerson Worcester, LL. D., 1784-1865. Elements of history, ancient and modern. A new ed., rev. and enl. 437 p. Boston, Thompson, Bigelow, & Brown, 1871.

Carl von [Charles von] Rotteck, 1775-1840. Rotteck's history of the world: from the creation to the present time, containing a general history of the rise, progress, revolutions, wars, events, etc., of all the nations of the earth. With continuations by Charles J. Peterson. 28th ed. 4 v. Philadelphia, Leary & Getz, 1858.

Lord Alexander Fraser Tytler Woodhouselee, 1747-1813. Universal history, from the creation of the world to the beginning of the eighteenth century. By the late Hon. Alexander Fraser Tytler, lord Woodhouselee. 2 v. Boston, Fetridge and company, 1854.

Henry White, 1812-1880. A history of the world, on a new and systematic plan; from the earliest times to the treaty of Vienna. To which is added a summary of leading events from that period to the year of 1821. With a continuation, giving an account of the various revolutions in Europe and America to the present time. 552 p. Phliadelphia, J. & J. L. Gihon, 1851.

Mary Elsie Thalheimer. A manual of ancient history. [c1872]. 376 p. New York, Cincinnati, Wilson, Hinkle & co.

Celestia Angenette Bloss, 1812-1855. Ancient history, illustrated by colored maps, and a chronological chart, for the use of families and schools. Revised and improved by John J. Anderson. 445 p. New York, Clard & Maynard, 1867.

The old world seen with young eyes. 262 p. New York, T. Whittaker, 1871.

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson, 1797-1875. A popular account of the ancient Egyptians. 2 v. New York, Harper & brothers, 1854.

Samuel Augustus Mitchell, 1792-1868. An ancient geography, classical and sacred. An entirely new ed., drawn from the best authorities, ancient and modern. Designed for the use of schools and colleges. 339 p., Philadelphia, E. H. Butler, 1860.

Wilhelm Pütz, 1806-1877. Manual of ancient geography & history. Tr. from the German by Rev. Thomas Kerchever Arnold (Ed.) 2d. Amer. rev. & corrected from the London ed. 396 p. New York, D. Appleton & co., 1885.

Emma Willard, 1787-1870. Last periods of universal history. 528 p. New York, 1855.

Marcius Willson, 1813-1905. Outlines of history. Illus. by numerous geographical & historical notes & maps embracing: Pt. 1.--Ancient history. Pt. 2.--Modern history.--Pt. 3. Outlines of the philosophy of history. University ed. 845 p. New York, Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & co., Chicago, S. C. Griggs & co., 1864.

Wilhelm Pütz, 1806-1877. Handbook of mediæval geography and history. Tr. from the German, by the Rev. R. B. Paul. 211 p. New York, D. Appleton & company; [etc., etc.] 1850.

Joseph J. Reed. Outlines of universal history: in three parts; with a copious index to each part, showing the correct mode of pronouncing every name mentioned. Part I. Ancient history. 190 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1862.

Henry Wikoff, 1813-1884. The four civilizations of the world. 416 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1874.

Georg Weber, 1808-1888. Outlines of universal history, from the creation of the world to the present time. Tr. from the German by Dr. M. Behr. Rev. and cor., with the addition of a history of the United States of America, by Francis Bowen. 559 p. Boston, Hickling, Swan and Brewer; [etc., etc.] 1859.

Justin Winsor (Ed.) 1831-1897. Narrative and critical history of America. 8 v. Boston, New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, [c1884]-89.

Marcius Willson, 1813-1905. American history: comprising historical sketches of the Indian tribes, a description of American antiquities, with an inquiry into their origin and the origin of the Indian tribes; history of the United States, with appendices showing its connection with European history: history of the present British provinces; history of Mexico; and history of Texas, brought down to the time of its admission into the American union. 536 + 170 p. New York, Ivison & Phinney; Chicago, S. C. Griggs & co.; [etc., etc.] 1857.

William Henry Whitmore, 1836-1900. The cavalier dismounted: an essay on the origin of the founders of the thirteen colonies. 48 p. Salem [Mass.] G. M. Whipple & A. A. Smith, 1864.

Thomas Richard Whitney, 1804-1858. A defence of the American policy, as opposed to the encroachments of foreign influence, and especially to the interference of the papacy in the political interests and affairs of the United States. 369 p. New York, De Witt & Davenport [1856]

Jean Froissart, 1338?-1410?. Chronicles of England, France, Spain, and the adjoining countries, from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henri IV. By Sir John Froissart. Tr. from the French, with variations and additions, from many celebrated mss. by Thomas Johnes, Esq. To which are prefixed a life of the author, an essay on his works, and a criticism on his history, with an original introductory essay on the character and society of the middle ages, by Rev. John Lord. 634 p., NY, Leavitt & Allen, [1857]

Samuel Mosheim Smucker, 1823-1863. Memorable scenes in French history: from the era of Cardinal Richelieu to the present time. Embracing the prominent events of the last three centuries. 385 p. New York, Miller, Orton & co., 1857.

Rev. James White, 1803-1862. History of France, from the earliest times to MDCCCXLVIII. 571 p. 24 cm. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1868.

Evert Augustus Duyckinck, 1816-1878. History of the world from the earliest period to the present time. Collected and arranged from the best authorities. Illustrated with highly finished steel engravings of historical events and portraits of eminent men from original paintings by Alonzo Chappel, Paul de la Roche, Geromæ, Copley, Weir, Powell, and other eminent artists. 4 v., NY, Johnson, Fry and company [c1869-71].

Sir. William Smith (Ed.), 1813-1893. A smaller history of England, from the earliest times to the year 1862. 357 p. New York, Harper & bros., 1868.

William Edward Webb. Buffalo land: an authentic account of the discoveries, adventures, and mishaps of a scientific and sporting party in the wild West; with graphic descriptions of the country; the red man, savage and civilized; hunting the buffalo, antelope, etc., etc. Replete with information, wit. and humor. The appendix comprising a complete guide for sportsmen and emigrants. By W.E. Webb, Profusely illustrated from photographs, and drawings by Henry Worrall. 503 p. Cincinnati, Chicago, E. Hannaford & company; [etc., etc.] 1872.

Samuel Maunder, 1785-1849. The history of the world: comprising a general history, both ancient and modern, of all the principal nations of the globe, their rise, progress, present condition, etc. By Samuel Maunder. Including a complete history of the United States to the present time, also, the late war with Mexico, California, etc. Ed. by John Inman. 2 v., NY, H. Bill, 1854.

William Cooke Taylor, 1800-1849. A manual of modern history, with a history of the colonies founded by Europeans. Revised, with a chapter on the history of the United States, by C. S. Henry. With questions adapted for schols and colleges. 5th ed., carefully rev. and cor. 797 + 54 p. New York, D. Appleton & company, 1851.

William Henry Venable, 1836-1920. A school history of the United States. 247 pp. Cincinnati, New York, Wilson, Hinkle & co. [1872]

David B. Scott. A school history of the United States, from the discovery of America to the year 1870. 425 p. New York, Harper & brothers, 1874.

Jesse Ames Spencer, 1816-1898. History of the United States. From the earliest period to the administration of James Buchanan. By J. A. Spencer. Illustrated with steel engravings, from original pictures by Leutze, Weir, Powell, Chappel, and other American artists. 3 v. New York, Johnson, Fry and company [c1858]

George Tucker, 1775-1861. The history of the United States, from their colonization to the end of th Twenty-sixth Congress, in 1841. 4 v. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1856-57.

David N. Camp (Ed.) The American year book and national register for 1869. Astronomical, historical, political, financial, commercial, agricultural, educational, and religious. A general view of the United States, including every department of the national and state governments: together with a brief account of foreign states. Embracing educational, religious and industrial statistics; facts relating to public institutions and societies; miscellaneous essays: important events; obituaries; etc. v. 1. 824 p. Hartford, O. D. Case & company, 1869.

Samuel Mosheim Smucker, 1823-1863. The history of the civil war in the United States: its cause, origin, progress and conclusion. Containing full, impartial and graphic descriptions of the various military and naval engagements, with the heroic deeds achieved by armies and individuals, touching scenes and incidents in the camp, the cabin, the field and the hospital. And biographical sketches of its heroes. By Samuel M. Schumucker. Rev. and completed by Dr. L. P. Brockett. Illustrated with over one hundred and fifty fine portraits of generals, battle scenes, maps and diagrams. 1021 p. Philadelphia [etc.] Jones brothers & co.; Chicago [etc.] Zeigler, McCurdy & co. [1865]

Works by: United States. Army. I.E., Corps of Engineers. Report of the exploring expedition from Santa Fé, New Mexico, to the junction of the Grand and Green Rivers of the great Colorado of the West, in 1859 under the command of Capt. J.N. Macomb. With geological report by J.S. Newberry. 152 p. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1876.

United States. National Park Service. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. 66 p. Washington, D.C. United States Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service.

Wilson's illustrated guide to the Hudson River. 12th ed. 61 + 20 p. New York, H. Wilson, 1851.

United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Circular from the commissioner of agriculture of the United States, on the present agricultural, mineral, and manufacturing condition and resources of the United States. 8 p. Washington, Govt. print. off., 1862.

George Alfred Townsend, 1841-1914. The New world compared with the Old. 663 p. Hartford, Conn., S. M. Betts & company, NY, J. D. Dennison; [etc., etc.] 1870.

Samuel Mosheim Smucker, 1823-1863. A history of the modern Jews; or, Annals of the Hebrew race. From the destruction of Jerusalem to the present time. 350 p. Philadelphia, Quaker City Pubg. House, 1867.

William Hickling Prescott, 1796-1859. History of the conquest of Mexico, with a preliminary view of the ancient Mexican civilization, and the life of the conqueror, Hernando Cortez. 22d ed. 3 v. New York, Harper & brothers, 1853.

Mariano Eduardo de Rivero y Ustariz, 1798?-1857. Peruvian antiquities, by Mariano Edward Rivero and John James von Tschudi. Translated into English from the original Spanish by Francis L. Hawks. 306 p. New York, A.S. Barnes, 1855.

William Hickling Prescott, 1796-1859. History of the conquest of Peru, with a preliminary view of the civilization of the Incas. In two volumes. 2 v. New York. Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 329 & 331 Pearl Street, Franklin Square [1853?, c1847]

Edward Augustus Freeman, 1823-1892. General sketch of history. Adapted for American students. New edition, revised, 400 p., NY, H. Holt & Co., d. 1876.

Arthur Gilman, 1837-1909. First steps in general history. A suggestive outline. 385 p., New York, Chicago, A. S. Barnes and company [1870]

Edward Augustus Freeman, 1823-1892. Outlines of history, by Edward A. Freeman. 366 p., NY, H. Holt and Williams, 1872.

Robert Henlopen Labberton, 1812-1898. Outlines of history; with original tables, chronological, genealogical and literary. By Robert H. Labberton. 2d ed., 238 p., Philadelphia, Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger, 1871.

Samuel Griswold Goodrich, 1793-1860. A history of all nations, from the earliest periods to the present time; or, Universal history, in which the history of every nation, ancient and modern, is seperately given. Illustrated by 70 stylographic maps, and 700 engravings. Brought down to the latest period. Rev. ed.: 2 v., NY, J. C. Derby & N. C. Miller, 1854.

François Lenormant, 1837-1883. The student's manual of Oriental history. A manual of the ancient history of the East to the commencement of the Median wars. With E. Chevallier. New edition, 2 v., Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1871.

Rev. George William Cox, 1827-1902. The Greeks and the Persians. 218 p. New York, C. Scribner, Armstrong & co., 1876.

Mary Elsie Thalheimer. A manual of mediæval and modern history. [1874]. 480 p. Cincinnati, New York, Wilson, Hinkle & co.

John Frost, 1800-1859. Universal naval history, comprising the naval operations of the principal maritime nations of the world, from the earliest period to the present time. With three hundred illus. from original designs by W. Croome, and other eminent artists. 608 p, NY, H.E. Robins, 1851.

William Cooke Taylor, 1800-1849. A manual of modern history, with a history of the colonies founded by Europeans. Revised, with a chapter on the history of the United States, by C. S. Henry. With qustions adapted for schols and colleges. 1851. 5th ed., carefully rev. and cor. 797 p. New York, D. Appleton & company.

Samuel Griswold Goodrich, 1793-1860.: A history of Asia and Oceanica. 235 p., Louisville, Ky., Morton and Griswold, 1850.

James Lawrence Onderdonk, 1854-1899. Pre-Columbian discoveries of America. 28 p. New York, E. I. Sears, 1876.

Pedro Velasquez. Memoir of an eventful expedition in Central America; resulting in the discovery of the idolatrous city of lximaya, in an unexplored region: and the possession of two remarkable Aztec children, descendants and specimens of the sacerdotal caste, (now nearly extinct,) of the ancient Aztec founders of the ruined temples of that country, described by John L. Stevens [!] esq., and other travellers. Tr. from the Spanish of Pedro Velasquez, of San Salvador. 35 p. New York, Printed by J. W. Bell, 1850.

Charles Anderson Dana, ed., 1819-1897. ed. The United States illustrated; in views of city and country. With descriptive and historical articles. 2 v., NY, H. J. Meyer [1853?]

George Duffield, 1818-1888. The God of our fathers. 56 p. Philadelphia, T. B. Pugh, 1861.

Daniel Taggart Fiske, 1819-1903. Faith working by love: as exemplified in the life of Fidelia Fiske. 416 p. Boston, Congregational Sabbath school & publishing society, [c1868]

George Bancroft, 1800-1891. History of the United States of America, from the discovery of the American continent. 10 v. Boston, Little, Brown, and company, 1874-78.

The Federalist. A commentary on the Constitution of the United States. A collection of essays, by Alexander Hamilton, Jay and Madison. Also the Continentalist and other papers, by Hamilton. Ed. by John C. Hamilton. 659 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1873.

The Fœderalist: a collection of essays, written in favor of the new Constitution, as agreed upon by the Fœderal convention, September 17, 1787. Reprinted from the original text. Under the editorial supervision of Henry B. Dawson. 615 p., NY, Scribner, Armstrong, and co., 1876.

John William Draper, 1811-1882. History of the American civil war. 3 v. , NY, Harper & brothers, 1867-1870.

Samuel Woodworth Cozzens, 1834-1878. The marvellous country, or, Three years in Arizona and New Mexico. Containing an authentic history of this wonderful country and its ancient civilization, together with a full and complete history of the Apache tribe of Indians. Illustrated by more than one hundred engravings. 548 p. Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1876.

Evert Augustus Duyckinck, 1816-1878. National history of the war for the union, civil, military and naval. Founded on official and other authentic documents. Illus. from original paintings by Alonzo Chappel and Thomas Nast. 3 v., NY, Johnson, Fry and company [1861]

George Gale, 1816-1868. Upper Mississippi: or, Historical sketches of the moundbuilders, the Indian tribes, and the progress of civilization in the North-west; from A. D. 1600 to the present time. 460 p., Chicago, Clarke and company; NY, Oakley and Mason, 1867.

Samuel Foster Haven, 1806-1881. Archæology of the United States. Or, Sketches, historical and bibliographical, of the progress of information and opinion respecting vestiges of antiquity in the United States. 168 p., [Washington, Smithsonian institution, 1856]

William Henry Holmes, 1846-1933.: A notice of the ancient remains of southwestern Colorado examined during the summer of 1875. By W. H. Holmes. A notice of the ancient ruins in Arizona and Utah lying about the Rio San Juan. By W. H. Jackson. The human remains found near the ancient ruins of southwestern Colorado and New Mexico. By D. Emil Bessels. 63 p., Washington, 1876.

Davy Crockett, 1786-1836. Life of David Crockett, the original humorist and irrepressible backwoodsman: comprising his early history; his bear hunting and other adventures; his services in the Creek war; his electioneering speeches and career in Congress; with his triumphal tour through the northern states, and services in the Texas war. To which is added an account of his glorious death at the Alamo while fighting in defence of Texan independence. 405 p. Philadelphia, J.E. Potter and company [c1865]

Life of General Sam Houston. 15 p., [Washington, Printed by J.T. Powers, 1856?]

Charles Edwards Lester, 1815-1890. [supposed author.] The life of Sam Houston. ("The only authentic memoir of him ever published"). 402 p., NY, J. C. Derby; Boston, Phillips, Sampson & Co. [c1855]

Timothy Flint, 1780-1840. The life and adventures of Daniel Boone, the first settler of Kentucky, interspersed with incidents in the early annals of the country. New ed.: 256 p., Cincinnati, U. P. James, 1868.

Cecil B. Hartley, Life of Daniel Boone, the great western hunter and pioneer, comprising an account of his early history, his daring and remarkable career as the first settler of Kentucky. To which is added his autobiography complete as dictated by himself. 351 p., Philadelphia, J. E. Potter [c1865]

John Beauchamp Jones, 1810-1866. Wild western scenes: a narrative of adventures in the western wilderness, wherein the exploits of Daniel Boone, the great American pioneer, are particularly described; also, accounts of bear, deer, and buffalo hunts--desperate conflicts--wolf hunts--fishing and fowling adventures--encounters with serpents, etc. New stereotype ed., altered, rev., and cor., 263 p., Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1875.

Gen. George Armstrong Custer, 1839-1876.: My life on the plains. Or, Personal experiences with Indians. U. S. A. 256 p. NY, Sheldon and Company, 1874.

John Warner Barber, 1798-1885. Our whole country; or, The past and present of the United States, historical and descriptive. In two volumes, containing the general and local histories and descriptions of each of the states, territories, cities, and towns of the Union; also biographical sketches of distinguished persons, Illustrated by six hundred engravings, almost wholly from drawinigs taken on the spot by the authors, the entire work being on their part the result of over 16,000 miles of travel and four years of labor. By John Warner Barber, and Henry Howe. 2 v. Cincinnati, H. Howe, 1861.

Benson John Lossing, 1813-1891. Our country. A household history for all readers, from the discovery of America to the one hundredth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. With illustrations, by Felix O. C. Darley. 3 v., NY, Johnson, Wilson & co., 1875-78.

Richard Miller Devens, Our first century: being a popular descriptive portraiture of the one hundred great and memorable events of perpetual interest in the history of our country, political, military, mechanical, social, scientific and commercial: embracing also delineations of all the great historic characters celebrated in the annals of the republic: men of heroism, statesmanship, genius, oratory, adventure and philanthropy. 1007 p. Springfield, Mass., C. A. Nichols & co.; Toledo, O.,
A. W. Mills, 1876.

John Andrew Doyle, 1844-1907. History of the United States. With maps illustrative of the acquisition of territory & the increase of population, by Francis A. Walker. 404 p., NY, H. Holt & co. [1876].

James Dabney McCabe jr., 1842-1883. A comprehensive view of our country and its resources. Giving a brief outline history of the birth and growth of the nation and each state separately, and following with graphic descriptions of the rivers, lakes, mountains, cities, soil, climate, productions, minerals, manufactures, internal improvements, commerce, finances, government, schools, religious denominations, etc. 1241 p., Philadelphia, Springfield, Mass. [etc.] Hubbard brothers; [etc., 1876] URL:

Rolander Guy McClellan, The golden state: a history of the region west of the Rocky Mountains; embracing California, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Idaho, Washington Territory, British Columbia, and Alaska, from the earliest period to the present time, with a history of Mormonism and the Mormons. 685 p., Philadelphia [etc.] W. Flint & company; Chicago, Union publishing company; [etc., 1872]

Samuel Griswold Goodrich, 1793-1860. Peter Parley's pictorial history of North and South America. Illustrated with more than three hundred engravings. 938 p., Hartford, Ct. [etc.], The Peter Parley publishing company, W. W. House, [c1858]

Mary Grey Lundie Duncan. America as I found it. By the mother of Mary Lundie Duncan. 440 p., NY, R. Carter & brothers, 1852.

Cotton Mather, 1663-1728. Magnalia Christi americana, 2 v., Hartford, S. Andrus & son, 1853.

William Henry Milburn, 1823-1903. The pioneers, preachers and people of the Mississippi Valley. 465 p., NY, Derby & Jackson, 1860.

J. M. Morphis, History of Texas, from its discovery and settlement, with a description of its principal cities and counties, and the agricultural, mineral, and material resources of the state. 591 p., NY, United States publishing company, 1874.

Frederick Law Olmsted, 1822-1903. A journey through Texas; or, A saddle-trip on the southwestern frontier; with a statistical appendix. 516 p., New York, Dix, Edwards & co.; London, S. Low, son & co.; [etc., etc.] 1857.

William B. Parker. Notes taken during the expedition commanded by Capt. R. B. Marcy, U. S. A., through unexplored Texas, in the summer and fall of 1854. 242 p. Philadelphia, Hayes & Zell, 1856.

Report on the exploration of the Yellowstone river. 174 p. Washington, Govt. print. off., 1868.

Joseph H. Mather, Geography of the state of New York. Embracing its physical features, climate, geology, mineralogy, botany, zoology, history, pursuits of the people, government, education, internal improvements, &c. With statistical tables, and a separate description and map of each county. With L. P. Brockett. 432 p., Hartford, J. H. Mather & co.; NY, M. H. Newman & co.; [etc.] 1847.

Edgar Johnson Goodspeed, 1833-1881. History of the great fires in Chicago and the West, a proud career arrested by sudden and awful calamity, towns and counties laid waste by the devastating element: scenes and incidents, losses and sufferings, benevolence of the nations, etc., etc. with a history of the rise and progress of Chicago, the "young giant" : to which is appended a record of the great fires in the past. 667 p., NY, H. S. Goodspeed & co.; Chicago, J. W. Goodspeed; [etc., 1871]; other edition: 144 p., Chicago, J. W. Goodspeed; New York, H. S. Goodspeed; [etc.], 1871.

James Washington Sheahan, 1824-1883, and George P. Upton. The great conflagration. Chicago: its past, present and future. Embracing a detailed narrative of the great conflagration in the north, south, and west divisions: Also, a condensed history of Chicago, its population, growth and great public works. And a statement of all the great fires of the world. 527 p. Chicago, Ill. [etc.] Union publishing co., 1872.

James H. Goodsell, History of the great Chicago fire, October 8, 9, and 10, 1871. 26 p., NY, J.H. and C.M. Goodsell, 1871.

Frank Luzerne, The lost city! drama of the fire fiend! or Chicago, as it was, and as it is! and its glorious future! a vivid and truthful picture of all of interest connected with the destruction of Chicago and the terrible fires of the great North-west. 316 p., NY, Wells & company; Chicago, Ills., M. A. Parker & co.; [etc.] 1872.

Chicago Relief and Aid Society. Report of the Chicago Relief and Aid Society of disbursement of contributions for the sufferers by the Chicago fire. 1874. 440 p., [Riverside, Cambridge] printed for the Chicago relief and aid society at the Riverside press, 1874.

François Lenormant, 1837-1883. The student's manual of Oriental history. A manual of the ancient history of the East to the commencement of the Median wars; by François Lenormant and E. Chevallier. 1871. New ed.: 2 v. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co.

Rev. John Milton Gregory, 1822-1898. The hand-book of history and chronology. Embracing modern history, both European and American, for the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. For students of history, and adapted to accompany the map of time. 175 p., Chicago, [etc.] Adams, Blackmer & Lyon, [etc.] 1867.

Ernst Curtius, 1814-1896. The history of Greece. By Professor Dr. Ernst Curtius. Tr. by Adolphus William Ward, Rev. after the last German ed., By W. A. Packard. 5 v., NY, C. Scribner & company, 1871-74.

Benjamin Woodbridge Dwight, 1816-1889. Modern philology; its discoveries, history, and influence. 2 v., NY, A. S. Barnes & Burr, 1859-64.

Edward Abbott, 1841-1908. A paragraph history of the United States from the discovery of the continent to the present time. With brief notes on contemporaneous events. Chronologically arranged. 93 p. Boston, Roberts brothers, 1875.

Jacob Abbott, 1803-1879.: American history. 8 v. New York, Sheldon & co.; Boston, Gould & Lincoln [1860-65].

John Frost, 1800-1859. Pictorial history of America, from the earliest times to the close of the Mexican War. Comp. from the best authorities. 2 v. Philadelphia, J. B. Smith & co., 1854-57.

William Kickey, The Constitution of the United States of America. 7th ed., 521 p., Philadelphia [Printed by T. K. & P. G. Collins] 1854.

Constitution of the United States of America, with the amendments thereto: to which are added Jefferson's Manual of parliamentary practice, the standing rules and order for conducting business in the House of Representatives and Senate of the United States, and Barclay's Digest. 249 p. Washington, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. [1871]

Israel Ward Andrews, 1815-1888. Manual of the Constitution of the United States, [c1874]. 370 p. Cincinnati, New York, Wilson, Hinkle & co.

Charles Woodward Stearns, 1818-1887. A concordance to the Constitution of the United States of America; 1872. 153 p. NY, Poole & Maclauchlan, printers.

George Ticknor Curtis, 1812-1894. History of the origin, formation, & adoption of the constitution of the United States; with notices of its principal framers. 2 v., N.Y., Harper & brothers, 1854-58.

Key-notes of American liberty; comprising the most important speeches, proclamations, and acts of Congress, from the foundation of the government to the present time. With a history of the flag, by a distinguished historian. 273 p., NY, E. B. Treat & co.; Chicago, Ill., R. C. Treat and C. W. Lilley; [etc.] [1866]

Edward P. Boon. Catalogue of books and pamphlets principally relating to America. 597 p. NY. 1870.

George Washington, 1732-1799. The writings of George Washington; being his correspondence, addresses, messages, and other papers, official and private, selected and published from the original manuscripts; with a life of the author, notes and illustrations. By Jared Sparks. 12 v. Boston, Little, Brown and company, 1855.

George Washington, 1732-1799. Farewell address of George Washington to the people of the United States of America, September 17, 1796. With a German translation by F. W. Bogen. 71 p. NY, D. Fanshaw; Boston, F. W. Bogen, 1852.

Samuel Mosheim Smucker, 1823-1863. The life and times of George Washington. 432 p. Philadelphia, J. E. Potter and company [c1859]

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Abraham Lincoln, 1809-1865. The address of the Hon. Abraham Lincoln, in vindication of the policy of the framers of the Constitution and the principles of the Republican party, delivered at Cooper Institute, February 27th, 1860, issued by the Young Men's Republican Union, with notes by Charles C. Nott & Cephas Brainerd. 32 p., NY, G. F. Nesbitt & co., printers, 1860.

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Rev. William Rudder, b. 1820. The mutual relations of natural science and theology. An oration pronounced before the Connecticut Beta of the Phi Beta Kappa society, in Christ church, Hartford, Conn., July 7th, 1868. 48 p. Philadelphia, H.B. Ashmead, 1869.

Orville Dewey, 1794-1882. The problem of human destiny: or, The end of Providence in the world and man. 275 p., NY, J. Miller, 1864.

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David Ames Wells, 1828-1898. Well's natural philosophy; for the use of schools, academies, and private students: introducing the latest results of scientific discovery and research; arranged with special reference to the practical application of physical science to the arts and the experiences of everyday life. With three hundred and seventy-five engravings. 15th ed., rev. 452 p. NY, Ivison, Phinney, Blakeman & Co., Chicago, S.C. Griggs & company, 1864.

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Neil Arnott, 1788-1874. Elements of physics; or, Natural philosophy, general and medical. Comoprised in five parts: 1. Somatology, statics, and dynamics. 2. Mechanics. 3. Pneumatics, hydraulics and acoustics. 4. Heat and light. 5. Animal and medical physics. A new ed., rev. and cor. from the last English ed. With additions. By Isaac Hays, M. D. 486 p. Philadelphia, Blanchard & Lea, 1856.

Charles Frederick Winslow, M. D., 1811-1877. Force and nature. Attraction and repulsion: the radical principles of energy, discussed in their relations to physical and morphological developments. 492 p. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott, 1869.

Edward Livingston Youmans, 1821-1887. The correlation and conservation of forces; a series of expositions, by Prof. Grove, Prof. Helmholtz, Dr. Mayer, Dr. Faraday, Prof. Liebig and Dr. Carpenter. With an introduction and brief biographical notices of the chief promoters of the new views. 438 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1870.

Augustus William Smith, 1802-1866. An elementary treatise on mechanics, embracing the theory of statics and dynamics, and its application to solids and fluids. Prepared for the undergraduate course in the Wesleyan university. 307 p. NY, Harper & Brothers, 1855.

John Wise, 1808-1879. A system of aeronautics, comprehending its earliest investigations, and modern practice and art. Designed as a history for the common reader, and guide to the student of the art. In three parts. Containing an account of the various attempts in the art of flying by artificial means, from the earliest period down to the discovery of the aeronautic machine by the Montgolfiers, in 1782, and to a later period. With a brief history of the author's fifteen years' experience in aerial voyages. Also, full instructions in the art of making balloons. 310 p. Philadelphia, J.A. Speel, 1850.

Benjamin Silliman, jr. 1816-1885. Principles of physics, or Natural philosophy; designed for the use of colleges and schools. 2d ed., rev. and rewritten. With seven hundred and twenty-two illustrations. 710 p. NY [etc.] Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & company, 1871.

Dr. Joseph Frick, 1806-1875. Physical technics; or, Practical insturctions for making experiments in physics and the construction of physical apparatus with the most limited means. Tr. [from the 2d German ed.] by John D. Easter. 467 p., Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1862.

Sir Philip Magnus, 1842-1933. Lessons in elementary mechanics. Introductory to the study of physical science. Designed for the use of schools, academies and scientific institutions. With numerous exercises. With emendations and introduction by Prof. DeVolson Wood. 2 ed., revised, 312 p., NY, J. Wiley & sons, 1876.

John William Nystrom, C. E. 1824-1885. On force of falling bodies and dynamics of matter, classified with precision to the meaning of dynamical terms. 31 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1873.

John William Nystrom, C.E., 1824-1885. Principles of dynamics. 51 p. Philadelphia, J. P. Murphy, printer, 1874.

Amos W. Warren. The young man's best companion, or, Mathematical compendium, containing a great variety of very useful rules & examples in mathematics for the merchant, clerk, accountant & the mechanic. 173 p. Rutland, Tuttle & co., 1872.

George Payn Quackenbos, 1826-1881. An elementary arithmetic. By G. P. Quackenbos ... Upon the basis of the works of Geo. R. Perkins, LL.D. 144 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1867.

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James L. Enos, An intellectual and practical arithmetic; or, First lessons in arithmetical analysis. Intended as an introduction to Dodd's arithmetic. 144 p., NY, Pratt, Woodford & co., 1851.

John Fair Stoddard, 1825-1873. The American intellectual arithmetic designed for the use of schools and academies; containing an extensive collection of practical questions, with concise and original methods of solution, which simplify many of the most important rules in written arithmetic. 164 p. New York, Sheldon, Blakeman & co.; Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co,; [etc., etc., 185-]

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Horace Mann, 1796-1859. Arithmetic, practically applied, for advanced pupils, and for private reference, designed as a sequel to any of the ordinary text-books on the subject. With Pliny E. Chase. 384 p., Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & co., 1857.

Benjamin Greenleaf, 1786-1864. Introduction to The national arithmetic, on the inductive system; combining the analytic and synthetic methods with the cancelling system; in which the principles of arithmetic are explained and illustrated in a familiar manner. Designed for common schools. 184 p., Boston, R. S. Davis, and Gould, Kendall, & Lincoln; NY, Robinson, Pratt, & co., and Collins, brothers, & co.; 1844.

James Robinson, jr. The American primary school arithmetic: designed for the use of pupils in primary and intermediate schools. 96 p. Boston, J. P. Jewett & co., 1851.

Dennis McCurdy, The new American order of arithmetic. 260 p., Baltimore, Armstrong & Berry, 1850.

Cornell Morey, Explanations of the principles of arithmetic, on a new plan. 94 p., Rochester [N. Y.] J. Greves, printer, 1850.

Thomas H. Palmer. Arithmetic, oral and written, practically applied by means of suggestive questions. 348 p. Boston, Crocker & Brewster, 1854.

George Roberts Perkins, 1812-1876. Higher arithmetic, designed for the use of high schools, academies, and colleges, with an appendix. Stereotype ed. 342 p. New York, D. Appleton and co.; Utica, Hawley, Fuller and co., 1850.

James Bates Thomson, 1808-1883. Higher arithmetic; or, The science and application of nymbers; combining the analytic and synthetic modes of instruction. Twenty fifth edition. 422 p. NY, Newman and Ivison; [etc., etc.] 1853.

James Bates Thomson, 1808-1883. Practical arithmetic, uniting the inductive with the synthetic mode of instruction. Also, illustrating the principles of cancelation. For schools and academies. 58th ed., revised and enlarged. 350 p. NY, M. H. Newman & co., 1850.

William Whewell, 1794-1866. History of the inductive sciences from the earliest to the present time. 3d ed., with additions. 2 v. NY, D. Appleton and company, 1858.

James Bates Thomson, 1808-1883. The metric system; its claims as an international standard of metrology. 36 p. New York, Clark & Maynard, 1874.

Uriah Parke. Lectures on the philosophy of arithmetic and the adaptation of that science to the business purposes of life: with numerous problems, curious and useful, solved by various modes; with explanations designed to make the study and application of arithmetic pleasant and profitable to such as have not the aid of a teacher; as well as to exercise advanced classes in schools. 4th ed., rev. and improved by the author. 395 p. Philadelphia, Moss & brother, 1850.

Stephen Pike. The teacher's assistant; or, A system of practical arithmetic. A new ed., with corrections and additions by the author. 192 p. Philadelphia, M. Polock [c1852]

Joseph Ray, 1807-1855. Ray's arithmetical key: containing solutions to the questions in Ray's third book, and to some of the most difficult questions in the second book: also an appendix, of test examples for the slate or blackboard. New and improved edition. 272 p. New York, Clark, Austin & Smith; Cincinnati, W. B. Smith & co. [1858?]

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John L. Talbott. The western practical arithmetic, containing a great variety of exercises, particularly adapted to the currency of the United States: to which is added a short system of book-keeping, designed for the use of schools and private schools. 240 p. Cincinnati, E. Morgan & co., 1851.

Daniel C. Underhill. The arithmetical primer. Underhill's new table-book; or, Tables of arithmetic made easier. New ed.,rev., enl., and improved. 36 p. New York, R. Marsh [c1854]

Emerson Elbridge White, 1829-1902, with with G. B. Meriam, H. B. Bryant, and H. D. Stratton. Bryant and Stratton's commercial arithmetic. 332 p. New York, Oakley and Mason, 1866.

John Bonnycastle, 1750?-1821. Bonnycastle's introduction to algebra; containing the indeterminate and diophantine analysis, and the application of algebra to geometry. Revised, corrected and enlarged by James Ryan. To which is added a large collection of problems for exercise, original and selected by John F. Jenkins. 288 p. NY, W. E. Dean, 1851.

John Radford Young, 1799-1885. The elements of analytical geometry; comprehending the doctrine of the conic sections, and the general theory of curves and surfaces of the second order. Rev. and cor. by John D. Williams. 228 p. Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & co., 1850.

William Minifie, 1805-1880. A text book of geometrical drawing, for the use of mechanics and schools, in which the definitions and rules of geometry are familiarly explained, with illustrations for drawing plans, sections and elevations of buildings and machinery: an introduction to isometrical drawing, and an essay on linear perspective and shadows. 3d ed., 127 p., Baltimore, W. Minifie & co., 1851.

Samuel Edward Warren, 1831-1909. An elementary course in free-hand geometrical drawing. 60 p. New York, J. Wiley & son, 1873.

Samuel Edward Warren, 1831-1909. A manual of elementary geometrical drawing, involving three dimensions, designed for use in high schools, academies, engineering schools, etc.; and for the self-instruction of inventors, artizans, etc. In five divisions. 105 p. New York, J. Wiley, 1865.

Samuel Edward Warren, 1831-1909. General problems of shades and shadows. Formed both by parallel and by radial rays; and shown both in common and isometrical projection: together with the theory of shading. 140 p. New York, J. Wiley & son, 1867.

Samuel Edward Warren, 1831-1909. A manual of elementary projection drawing, involving three dimensions. Designed for use in high schools, academies, engineering schools, etc.: and for the self-instruction of inventors, artizans, etc. In five divisions. 4th ed., rev. and enl. 123 p. New York, J. Wiley and son, 1872.

Samuel Edward Warren, 1831-1909. Elements of machine construction and drawing: or, Machine drawing, with some elements of descriptive and rational cinematics. 2 v. New York, J. Wiley & son, 1872.

Benjamin Hallowell, 1799-1877. Geometrical analysis, or the construction and solution of various geometrical problems from analysis, by geometry, algebra, and the differential calculus; also, the geometrical construction of algebraid equations, and a mode of constructing curves of the higher order by means of points. 279 p., Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1872.

George Roberts Perkins, LL. D. 1812-1876. Plane and solid geometry. To which is added plane and spherical trigonometry and mensuration. Accompanied with all the necessary logarithmic and trigonometric tables. 235 p. New-York, London, D. Appleton & co., 1856.

John Warner (mining engineer). New theorems, tables, and diagrams, for the computation of earth-work. Designed for the use of engineers in preliminary and final estimates, of students in engineering, and of contractors and other non-professional computers. In two parts, with an appendix. 315 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1861.

Elizur Wright, 1804-1885. Valuation tables, on the "combined experience." 2d ed. 203 p. Boston, Wright & Potter, printers, 1871.

Benjamin Peirce, 1809-1880. An elementary treatise on plane and solid geometry. Stereotype ed. 150 p. Boston, Cambridge, J. Munroe and company, 1855.

John Playfair, 1748-1819. Elements of geometry: containing the first six books of Euclid, with a supplement on the quadrature of the circle, and the geometry of solids: to which are added elements of plane and spherical trigonometry. From the last London ed., enlarged. 333 p. New York: Published by Collins & Hannay [etc.] 1860.

Edward Olney, 1827-1887. A general geometry and calculus. Including book I of the General geometry, treating of loci in a plane; and an elementary course in the differential and integral calculus. 204 + 152 p. New York, Sheldon and company [c1871]

Le Roy Clark Cooley, 1833-1916. Easy experiments in physical science, for oral instruction in common schools. 85 p. NY, Scribner, Armstrong & co., 1876.

Rodolphe Radau, 1835-1911. Wonders of acoustics. 267 p. New York, Scribner, Armstrong & co., 1872.

William Smyth, 1797-1868. Elements of the differential and integral calculus. 2d ed. 240 p. Portland, Sanborn & Carter, 1859.

John Paterson, A.M., 1801-1883. The calculus of operations. 184 p. Albany, Gray and Sprague, 1850.

Edward Olney, 1827-1887. Test examples in algebra, especially adapted for use in connection with Olney's School, or University algebra. 99 p. New York, Sheldon and company, [1873]

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William Smyth, 1797-1868. Elements of plane trigonometry, with its application to mensuration of heights and distances, surveying and navigation. 176 p. Portland [Me.] Sanborn & Carter, 1852.

Elias Loomis, 1811-1889. A treatise on algebra. Rev. ed., 384 p., NY, Harper & Brothers, 1868.; older: 7th ed., 334 p., 1850.

Ferdinand Engel, 1805-1866. Axonometrical projections on the most important geometrical surfaces. Drawings in descriptive geometry. Serving at the same time as a catalogue of models executed according to the aforesaid projections by Ferdinand Engel. With IX plates. Edition for America. Preface by Dr. Joachim Sthal. 24 p. NY, H. Goebeler; [etc.] 1855.

Dennis Hart Mahan, 1802-1871. Descriptive geometry, as applied to the drawing of fortification and sterotomy. For the use of the cadets of the U.S. Military academy. 55 p., NY, J. Wiley, 1864.

Dennis Hart Mahan, 1802-1871. Industrial drawing; comprising the description and uses of drawing instruments, the construction of plane figures, the projections and sections of geometrical solids, with remarks on the method of teaching the subject. For the use of academies and common schools. 156 p., NY, J. Wiley, 1865.

Adrien Marie Legendre, 1752-1833. Elements of geometry and trigonometry. Revised and adapted to the course of mathematical instruction in the United States, by Charles Davies. 3 v. 259, 134, 62 p., NY, Barnes & Burr; [etc.] 1863.; older: NY, A. S. Barnes & co.; [etc.] 1858.; 1852.

Jeremiah Day, 1773-1867. An introduction to algebra: being the first part of a course of mathematics, adapted to the method of instruction in the American colleges. 66th ed. One hundred and thirty-second thousand. 332 p. New Haven, Durrie & Peck; Philadelphia, H.C. Peck & T. Bliss, 1850.

Joseph B. Mott, Mathematical key. New combinations in respect to the binomial theorem and logarithms; and a new discovery of one general root theorem for the solution of equations of all degrees. 50 p., Detroit, Printed for the author by R. F. Johnstone, 1855.

Louis Etienne Lefébure de Fourcy, M., 1785-1869. Elements of trigonometry, plane and spherical. Tr. from the last French ed., by Francis H. Smith. With tables of logarithms. 150 p., Baltimore, Kelly, Piet & co., 1871.

Jeremiah Day, 1773-1867. A treatise of plane trigonometry,and the mensuration of heights and distances. To which is prefixed a summary view of the nature and use of logarithms. Adapted to the method of instruction in schools and academies. 153 p., NY, Ivison & Phinney; Chicago, S. C. Griggs & co.; [etc.] 1855.

Benjamin Greenleaf, 1786-1864. Elements of geometry and trigonometry; with practical applications. Impr. electrotype ed., 320 p., Boston, R. S. Davis & co.; New York, Mason, Baker, & Pratt, [1863]

John Gummere, 1784-1845. A treatise on surveying, containing the theory and practice: to which is prefixed a perspicuous system of plane trigonometry. The whole clearly demonstrated and illustrated by a large number of appropriate examples, particularly adapted to the use of schools. 290 p and 152 p., Philadelphia, Kimber & Sharpless, 1853.

James Henry Coffin, 1806-1873. Elements of conic sections and analytical geometry. Revised and stereotyped. 158 p. NY, R. B. Collins, 1851.

Isaac Wilber Jackson, comp., 1804-1877. Elements of conic sections. 3d ed., 96 p., Albany, Gray and Sprague, 1850.

Horatio Nelson Robinson, 1806-1867. Conic sections and analytical geometry; theoretically and practically illustrated. 280 p. New York, Ivison, Phinney & co.; Boston, Brown, Taggard & Chase; [etc., etc.] 1862.

Elias Loomis, 1811-1889. Elements of geometry and conic sections. 15th ed., 234 p., NY, Harper & brothers, 1861.

Elias Loomis, 1811-1889. Tables of logarithms of numbers and of sines and tangents for every ten seconds of the quadrant, with other useful tables. 7th ed., 150 p., NY, Harper & brothers, 1859.

Albert Ensign Church, 1807-1878. Elements of analytical geometry. 2d ed. 297 p. NY, A.S. Barnes & Burr, 1862.

Albert Ensign Church, 1807-1878. Elements of descriptive geometry, with its applications to spherical projections, shades and shadows, perspective and isometric projections. 192 p. New York, Barnes & Burr, 1868.

Albert Ensign Church, 1807-1878. Plates to Descriptive geometry. Shades, shadows and linear perspective.132 figures, NY, A. S. Barnes & co. [c1864]

Albert Ensign Church, 1807-1878. Elements of the differential and integral calculus. 344 p. NY, A. S. Barnes & co., 1855.

Edward Henry Courtenay, 1803-1853. A treatise on the differential and integral calculus, and on the calculus of variations. 501 p., NY, A. S. Barnes & co., 1868.

James Gregory Clark, 1837-1924. Elements of the infinitesimal calculus, with numerous examples and applications to analysis and geometry. 441 p. Cincinnati, New York, Wilson, Hinkle & co. [c1875]

Books on Mathematics by Charles Davies, 1798-1876. Differential and integral calculus, analytical geometry, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, etc.

Joseph Camp Griffith Kennedy, 1813-1887. Progress of statistics; read before the American geographical & statistical society, at the annual meeting in New York, Dec. 1, 1859. 29 p., NY, J. F. Trow, 1861.

John Timbs, 1801-1875. Stories of inventors and discoverers in science and the useful arts. A book for old and young. 473 p. NY, Harper & brothers, 1860.

Frederick Collier Bakewell, Great facts: a popular history and description of the most remarkable inventions during the present century. 307 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1860.

John Harris, 1802-1856. Patriarchy. 472 p., Boston, Gould and Lincoln, NY, Sheldon, Lamport & Blakeman, 1855.

Josiah Clark Nott, 1804-1873. Types of mankind: or, Ethnological researches, based upon the ancient monuments, paintings, sculptures, and crania of races, and upon their natural, geographical, philological and Biblical history: illustrated by selections from the inedited papers of Samuel George Morton ... and by additional contributions from Prof. L. Agassiz, LL. D., W. Usher, M. D., and Prof. H. S. Patterson, M. D. By J. C. # and Geo. R. Gliddon. 1855. 7th ed. 738 p. Philadelphia, London. Lippincott Gramoo & co., Trubner & co. [p. 730 - 1 term matching "Nephilim" (word # 622 AMoRI)].

James Powell Cocke Southall, b. 1871. The recent origin of man, as illustrated by geology and the modern science of pre-historic archæology. 606 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co.; [etc., etc.] 1875.

Louis Agassiz, 1807-1873. Principles of zoèology: touching the structure, development, distribution, and natural arrangement of the races of animals, living and extinct. Rev. ed.: 250 p. Boston,
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Louis Agassiz, 1807-1873. Principles of zoèology: touching the structure, development, distribution, and natural arrangement of the races of animals, living and extinct. Pt. I. Comparative physiology. For the use of schools and colleges. With A. A. Gould. Rev. ed.: 250 p. Boston, Gould and Lincoln; New York, Sheldon and company; [etc., etc.] 1870.

Louis Agassiz, 1807-1873. The primitive diversity and number of animals in geological times. 16 p. [New Haven, 1854].

Louis Agassiz, 1807-1873. Address delivered on the centennial anniversary of the birth of Alexander von Humboldt, under the auspices of the Boston society of natural history. With an account of the evening reception. 107 p. Boston, Boston society of natural history, 1869.

Louis Agassiz, 1807-1873. A journey in Brazil. By Professor and Mrs. Louis Agassiz. 540 p. Boston, Ticknor and Fields, 1868.

Charles Frederick Hartt, 1840-1878. Thayer expedition. Scientific results of a journey in Brazil. By Louis Agassiz and his travelling companions. Geology and physical geography of Brazil. 620 p., Boston, Fields, Osgood & co., 1870.

Boston Society of Natural History. Louis Agassiz. Memorial meeting of the Boston society of natural history, January 7, 1874. 39 p. [Boston, 1874]

James P. Luse, Agassiz: the lessons of his life. Lecture, delivered before the Louisville library association on February 16, 1874. 38 p., [Louisville? 1874]

Mrs. Horace Stebbing Roscoe St. John, 1832-1888. Audubon, the naturalist of the New world. His adventures and discoveries. By Mrs. Horace St. John. Rev. and cor., with additions, and illustrated with engravings by J. W. Orr, from original designs. 311 p. Boston, Crosby and Nichols, 1864.

Charles Wilkins Webber, 1819-1856. The hunter-naturalist. Romance of sporting; or, Wild scenes and wild hunters. 610 p. Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co., 1856.

Rev. John George Wood, 1827-1889. Man and beast, here and hereafter, illustrated by more than three hundred original anecdotes. 143 p. New York, Harper & brothers, 1875.

Rev. John George Wood, 1827-1889. Strange dwellings; being a description of the habitations of animals [abridged from 'Homes without hands']. With designs by W. F. Keyl, J. B. Zwecker, and E. Smith. 411 p. Boston, Lee and Shepard; New York, Lee, Shepard, and Dillingham, 1872.

Rev. John George Wood, 1827-1889. Homes without hands. Being a description of the habitations of animals, classed according to their principle of construction. With new designs by W.F. Keyl, and E. Smith. Engraved by G. Pearson. 632 p. NY, D. Appleton & co., 1866.

Hiram Washington Woodruff, 1817-1867. The trotting horse of America; how to train and drive him. With reminiscences of the trotting turf. Ed. by Charles J. Foster, including an introductory notice by George Wilkes, and a biographical sketch by the editor. 412 p. New York, J. B. Ford and company, 1871.

Alpheus Spring Packard, jr., M. D. 1839-1905. Life histories of animals, including man; or, Outlines of comparative embryology. 243 p. New York, H. Holt and company, 1876.

Anna Maria Redfield (Treadwell) Mrs. 1800-1888. Zoèological science; or, Nature in living forms. Adapted to elucidate the chart of the animal kingdom and designed for the higher seminaries, common schools, libraries, and the family circle. 700 p. New York, E. B. & E. C. Kellogg; [etc, etc] 1858.

James Bell Pettigrew, 1834-1908. Animal locomotion. 264 p. New York, D. Appleton & company, 1874.

By Willis J. Powell. Tachyhippodamia; or, The new secret of taming horses. To which is added the breaking, training, and taming horses. By J. S. Rarey. 161 p. Philadelphia, Pa., W.R. Charter, 1872.

O.S. Pratt. The horse educator, introducing a new and practical system of educating horses and breaking up vicious habits, also, remarks on shoeing and the rules of the Union course, L.I. 7th ed. 220 p. Philadelphia, Sherman & co. [1871]

Isaac Lea, P. P. Carpenter, Wm. Stimpson, W. G. Binney, and Temple Prime. Check lists of the shells of North America. Prepared for the Smithsonian institution. Smithsonian Institution. 52 p. Washington, 1860.

Temple Prime, 1832-1903. Monograph of American Corbiculadæ. (Recent and fossil.) 80 p. Washington, Smithsonian institution, 1865.

Temple Prime, 1832-1903. Synonymy of the Cyclades, a family of acephalous Mollusca. 58 p. [Philadelphia, 1860-61]

Prof. J. W. Powell. Exploration of the Colorado River of the West and its tributaries. Explored in 1869, 1870, 1871, and 1872, under the direction of the secretary of the Smithsonian institution. 291 p. Washington, 1875.

Prof. J. W. Powell. Report of the explorations in 1873 of the Colorado of the West and its tributaries, under the direction of the Smithsonian institution. 36 p. Washington, Govt. print. off., 1874.

Smithsonian Institution. Smithsonian meteorological observations for the year 1855. 113 p. Washington, 1857.

United States. Patent Office. Results of meteorological observations: made under the direction of the United States Patent Office and the Smithsonian Institution from the year 1854 to 1859, inclusive / being a report of the Commissioner of Patents made at the first session of the Thirty-sixth Congress. 2 v. Washington. Govt. Print. Off., 1861-64.

Georg Hartwig, 1813-1880. The polar and tropical worlds: a description of man and nature in the polar and equatorial regions of the globe. Two volumes in one. Embracing also an account of the expeditions of all the Arctic explorers from the discovery of Iceland, to Hall's last expedition, together with the wonderful discoveries and adventures of Agassiz, Livingstone, Wallace and other distinguished travelers in the tropical countries. Ed., with additional chapters, by Dr. A. H. Guernsey. New ed. With an account of Hall's last expedition, a summary of Arctic explorations, and new maps of the Arctic regions. 811 p., Springfield, Mass., C. A. Nichols & co.; Chicago, H. Heron, 1875.; the older edition: 486 p., NY, Harper & Brothers, 1869.

Narrative of the north polar expedition : U.S. ship Polaris, Captain Charles Francis Hall commanding. / Edited under the direction of the Hon. G.M. Robeson, Secretary of the Navy, by Rear-Admiral C.H. Davis. U.S. Naval Observatory, 1876. 696 p. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1876.

Prof. August Sonntag. Professor Sonntag's thrilling narrative of the Grinnell exploring expedition to the Arctic Ocean, in the years 1853, 1854, and 1855, in search of Sir John Franklin, under the command of Dr. E.K. Kane. 144 p. Philadelphia [etc.] J. T. Lloyd & co. [c1857]

Sherard Osborn, 1822-1875. Stray leaves from an Arctic journal, or, Eighteen months in the polar regions, in search of Sir John Franklin's expedition, in the years 1850-51 / by Lieut. Sherard Osborn, commanding H. M. S. vessel, "Pioneer". 216 p. New York. George P. Putnam, 1852.

Sir John Richardson, C.B., F.R.S., 1787-1865. Arctic searching expedition: a journal of a boat-voyage through Rupert's Land and the Arctic Sea, in search of the discovery ships under command of Sir John Franklin. With an appendix on the physical geography of North America. 516 p. New York, Harper & Brothers, 1852.

Samuel Mosheim Smucker (Ed.), 1823-1863. Arctic explorations and discoveries during the nineteenth century. Being detailed accounts of the several expeditions to the north seas, both English and American, conducted by Ross, Parry, Back, Franklin, M'Clure and others. Including the first Grinnell expedition, under lieutenant De Haven, and the final effort of Dr. E.K. Kane in search of Sir John Franklin. 517 p. New York and Auburn, Miller, Orton & co., 1857.

United States. Navy Dept. Scientific results of the U.S. Arctic expedition. ~13 Vol. Washington, Gov't print. off., 1876.

James Orton, 1830-1877. The Andes and the Amazon; or, Across the continent of South America. 356 p. New York, Harper & brothers, 1871.

Richard Owen, 1810-1890. Key to the geology of the globe: an essay designed to show that the present geographical, hydrographical, and geological structures, observed on the earth's crust, were the result of forces acting according to fixed, demonstrable laws, analogous to those governing the development of organic bodies. 256 p. Nashville, Tenn., Stevenson & Owen; New York, A.S. Barnes & col; [etc., etc.] 1857.

David Dale Owen, United States geologist, 1807-1860. Report of a geological survey of Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota; and incidentally of a portion of Nebraska Territory. Made under instructions from the United States Treasury department. 638 p. Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co., 1852.

Samuel St. John, 1813-1876. Elements of geology, intended for the use of students. 334 p. New York, G. P. Putnam, 1854.

Nathan Howe Parker. The Missouri hand-book, embracing a full description of the state of Missouri; her agricultural, mineralogical and geological character; her water courses [timberlands, soil and climate; the various railroad lines, description of each county in the state; the emancipation ordinance. 162 p. Saint Louis, P. M. Pinckard, 1865.

Raphael Pumpelly, 1837-1923. Geological researches in China, Mongolia, and Japan, during the years 1862-1865. 161 p. [Washington, Smithsonian institution, 1866]

Edward Sylvester Morse, 1838-1925. First book of zoèology. 190 p., NY, D. Appleton and company, 1875.

Hugh Miller, 1802-1856. The two records: the Mosaic and the geological. A lecture delivered before the Young men's Christian association, in Exeter hall, London. 46 p., Boston, Gould and Lincoln, 1854.

Hugh Miller, 1802-1856. The foot-prints of the creator: or, The Asterolepis of Stromness. From the 3d London ed. With a memoir of the author by Louis Agassiz, 337 p., Boston, Gould and Lincoln; NY, Sheldon and company; [etc.] 1868.

John Pye Smith, 1774-1851. The relation between the Holy Scriptures and some parts of geological science. From the 4th London ed., greatly enl. 400 p. Philadelphia. R. E. Peterson, 1850.

Hugh Miller, 1802-1856. The testimony of the rocks; or, Geology in its bearings on the two theologies, natural and revealed. With memorials of the death and character of the author. 502 p., Boston, Gould and Lincoln; NY, Sheldon and company; [etc.] 1857.; other:

Hugh Miller, 1802-1856.: Popular geology: a series of lectures read before the Philosophical institution of Edinburgh, with Descriptive sketches from a geologist's portfolio. By Hugh Miller. With an introductory résumé of the progress of geological science within the last two years, by Mrs. Miller. 423 p., Boston, Gould and Lincoln; NY, Sheldon and company; [etc.] 1860.

Gerald Molloy, 1834-1906. Geology and revelation: or the ancient history of the earth considered in the light of geological facts and revealed religion. 380 p., NY, G. P. Putnam & sons, 1870.

Georg Hartwig, 1813-1880. The subterranean world. 522 p., NY, Scribner, Welford, and co., 1871.

Thomas Wallace Knox, 1835-1896. Underground; or, Life below the surface. Incidents and accidents beyond the light of day; startling adventures in all parts of the world; mines and the mode of working them; under-currents of society; gambling and its horrors. 942 p., Hartford, J. B. Burr, 1876.

Aaron Snowden Piggot, 1822-1869. The chemistry and metallurgy of copper, including a description of the principal copper mines of the United States and other countries, the art of mining and preparing ores for market, and the various processes of copper smelting, &c. 388 p. Philadelphia. Lindsay & Blakiston, 1858.

Frederick Prime, jr., 1846-1915. Report of progress on the brown hematite ore ranges of Lehigh county, with a description of the mines lying between Emaus, Alburtis and Fogelsville. 73 p. Harrisburg, Pub. by the Board of commissioners for the Second geological survey, 1875.

P. M. Randall. The quartz operator's hand-book. Rev. and enlarged ed. 175 p. New York, D. Van Nostrand, 1871.

Rossiter Worthington Raymond, 1840-1918. The mines of the West : a report to the Secretary of the Treasury. 256 p. New York. J. B. Ford, 1869.

Rossiter Worthington Raymond, 1840-1918. Silver and gold: an account of the mining and metallurgical industry of the United States, with reference chiefly to the precious metals. 566 p. New York, J. B. Ford and company, 1873.

Freiherr von Ferdinand Richthofen [By F. Baron], 1833-1905. The natural system of volcanic rocks. 94 p. San Francisco, Towne and Bacon, printers, 1868.

Prof. William F. Lyon, The hollow globe; or The world's agitator and reconciler. A treatise on the physical conformation of the earth. Presented through the organism of M. L. Sherman. 447 p., Chicago, Religio-Philosophical Pub. House, 1871.

Worthington Hooker, 1806-1867. Natural history for the use of schools and families. 382 p., NY, Harper & brothers, 1874.; older version: 1860,

Thomas Milner, d. 1882. The gallery of nature; or Wonders of the earth and the heavens. With interesting information from other naturalists. Condensed and revised by Caleb Wright. 3d American ed., 2 v., Boston, C. Wright [186-?]

Augustus Addison Gould, M. A., 1805-1866. ed. The naturalist's library; containing scientific and popular descriptions of man, quadrupeds, birds, fishes, reptiles and insects; comp. from the works of Cuvier, Griffith, Richardson and other writers on natural history. Arranged according to the classification of Stark. With 400 engravings. 880 p., NY, E. Kearny [185-?]

George Brown Goode, 1851-1896. Classification of the collection to illustrate the animal resources of the United States. 126 p., Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1876.

David Starr Jordan, 1851-1931. Manual of the vertebrates of the northern United States, including the district east of the Mississippi River, and north of North Carolina and Tennessee, exclusive of marine species. 342 p., Chicago, Jansen, McClurg & company, 1876.

Samuel Griswold Goodrich, 1793-1860. Illustrated natural history of the animal kingdom, being a systematic and popular description of the habits, structure, and classification of animals from the highest to the lowest forms, with their relations to agriculture, commerce, manufactures, and the arts. 2 v., NY, Derby & Jackson, 1859,

Philip Henry Gosse, 1810-1888. The ocean. From the last London ed., 378 p., Philadelphia, Parry & McMillan, 1856.

Philip Henry Gosse, F. R. S. 1810-1888. Evenings at the microscope; or, Researches among the minuter organs and forms of animal life. 480 p., NY, D. Appleton and company, 1872.

Joseph Henry Wythe (M.D.), 1822-1901. The microscopist; or, A complete manual on the use of the microscope. 191 p. Philadelphia, Lindsay and Blakiston, 1851.

Gaston Tissandier, 1843-1899. The wonders of water (from the French). 350 p. New York, C. Scribner and company, 1872.

George Edward Walton, 1839- . The mineral springs of the United States and Canada, with analyses and notes on the prominent spas of Europe, and a list of sea-side resorts. 2d ed., rev. & enl. 414 p. New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1874.

Louis Figuier, 1819-1894. The vegetable world: being a history of plants, with their structure and peculiar properties. Adapted from the work of Louis Figuier. With a glossary of botanical terms. New and revised ed. With 473 illustrations, 588 p., NY, D. Appleton and co. [1872?]

Asa Gray, 1810-1888. The botanical text-book, an introduction to scientific botany, both structural and systematic. 4th ed., 528 p., NY, G. P. Putnam & co., 1853.

Alphonso Wood, 1810-1881. A class-book of botany. 23d ed., 645 p. Claremont, N.H., Manufacturing Co., 1851.

Alphonso Wood, 1810-1881. Class book of botany: being outlines of the structure, physiology and classification of plants; with a flora of all parts of the United States and Canada. 832 p. New York, A. S. Barnes & Burr; Troy, Moore & Nims; [etc., etc.] 1861

Works by: United States. War Dept. I.E. Pacific railway reports. Botanical papers. 2 v. [Washington, A.O.P. Nicholson, printer [etc.] 1855-57]

Edward Tuckerman, 1817-1886. Genera lichenum: an arrangement of the North American lichens. 281 p. Amherst [Mass.] E. Nelson, 1872.

Samuel Bowne Parsons, 1819-1906. Parsons on the rose. A treatise on the propagation, culture, and history of the rose. New and rev. ed. 215 p. New York, O. Judd and company [c1869]

John Ruskin, 1819-1900. Sesame and lilies. Two lectures delivered at Manchester in 1864. 119 p. New York, J. Wiley & son, 1866.

Louis Harman Peet, 1863- . Trees and shrubs of Central Park. 363 p. New York, Manhattan press [c1903]

Peter Adam Schenck. The gardener's text-book: containing practical directions upon the formation and management of the kitchen garden; and for the culture and domestic use of its vegetables, fruits, and medicinal herbs. 306 p. New-York, O. Judd & company [c1851]

Francis Peyre Porcher, 1825-1895. Resources of the southern fields and forests, medical, economical, and agricultural; New ed. 733 p. Charleston, Walker, Evans & Cogswell, printers, 1869.

Joseph Albert Lintner, 1822-1898. Entomological contributions, by J.A. 254 p. Albany, Weed, Parsons & co., 1872-[76]

Townend Glover, 1813-1883. Illustrations of North American entomology, (United States and Canada). 10 p., Washington, D.C., J. S. Tomlinson, 1872.

C. Th. E. von (Carl Th. Ernst) Siebold, 1804-1885. Anatomy of the invertebrata. Tr. from the German with additions and notes, by Waldo I. Burnett, M.D. 470 p. Boston, J. Campbell, 1874.

Addison Emery Verrill, 1839-1926. Report upon the invertebrate animals of Vineyard Sound and adjacent waters, with an account of the physical features of the region. 478 p. Washington, Govt. print. off., 1874.

Thomas Say, 1787-1834. American entomology. A description of the insects of North America. 814 p. Boston, Estes & Lauriat [187-]

Alpheus Spring Packard, jr., M. D. 1839-1905. Guide to the study of insects, and a treatise on those injurious and beneficial to crops: for the use of colleges, farm-schools, and agriculturists. With eleven plates and six hundred and fifty wood-cuts. 2d ed. 702 p. Salem, Naturalist's book agency; [etc., etc.] 1870.

Alpheus Spring Packard, jr., M. D. 1839-1905. Our common insects. A popular account of the insects of our fields, forests, gardens and houses. Illustrated with 4 plates and 268 woodcuts. 225 p. Salem, Naturalists' Agency; New York, Dodd & Mead; [etc., etc.] 1873.

W. C. Harbison, Bees and bee-keeping: a plain, practical work; resulting from years of experience and close observation in extensive apiaries, both in Pennsylvania and California. With directions how to make bee-keeping a desirable and lucrative business, and for shipping bees to California. 288 p., NY, C. M. Saxton, Barker & co., 1860.

Lorenzo Lorraine Langstroth, 1810-1895. A practical treatise on the hive and honey-bee. 3d ed., NY, C. M. Saxton, 1863.

T. B. Miner, The American bee keeper's manual; being a practical treatise on the history and domestic economy of the honey-bee, embracing a full illustration of the whole subject, with the most approved methods of managing this insect through every branch of its culture, the result of many years' experience. 349 p., NY, C. M. Saxton, 1850.

C. W. Wolf, M.D. Apis mellifica; or, The poison of the honey-bee, considered as a therapeutic agent. 80 p. [Philadelphia] W. Radde, 1858.

Jean François Persoz, 1805-1868. New process for the culture of the vine. Tr. by J.O'C. Barclay. New York, 1857.

Paul Schützenberger, 1829-1897. On Fermentations. English. 331 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1876.

Albert Benjamin Prescott, 1832-1905. Chemical examination of alcholic liquors. A manual of the constituents of the distilled spirits and fermented liquors of commerce, and their qualitative and quantitative determination. 108 p. New York, D. Van Nostrand, 1875.

William Patton, 1798-1879. The laws of fermentation and the wines of the ancients. 129 p. New York. National Temperance Society and Publication House, 1872.

John Phin, 1830-1913. Open air grape culture: a practical treatise on the garden and vineyard culture of the vine, and the manufacture of domestic wine. Designed for the use of amateurs and others in the northern and middle states. To which is added a selection of examples of American vineyard practice, and a carefully prepared description of the celebrated Thomery system of grape culture. 375 p. New York, C. M. Saxton, 1862.

Geological Survey of California. Paláeontology. 2 v., Philadelphia, Caxton press of Sherman & co. 1864-69.

Eleazar Lord, 1788-1871. The epoch of creation. The Scripture doctrine contrasted with the geological theory. With an introduction, by Richard W. Dickinson. 311 p., NY, C. Scribner, 1851.

Alexander Winchell, 1824-1891. Theologico-geology, or, The teachings of Scripture, illustrated by the conformation of the earth's crust, an address delivered before the Bible class connected with the Methodist Episcopal church, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1857. 24 p. Ann Arbor, Printed by Davis & Cole.

Alexander Winchell, 1824-1891. Sketches of creation: a popular view of some of the grand conclusions of the sciences in reference to the history of matter and of life. Together with a statement of the intimations of science respecting the primordial condition and the ultimate destiny of the earth and the solar system. 459 p. NY, Harper & brothers, 1870.

Alexander Winchell, 1824-1891. Pamphlets. Natural science. Minneapolis, Minn., The Geological publishing company [etc.]; Ann Arbor, Dr. Chase's steam printing house; etc., 1862-1889.

Prof. Alexander Winchell, 1824-1891, and Prof. Oliver Marcy. Enumeration of fossils collected in the Niagara limestone at Chicago, Illinois; with descriptions of several new species. 114 p. [Boston, The Society, 1865?]

Alexander Winchell, 1824-1891. Report, historical and statistical, on the collections in geology, zoèology and botany in the museum of the University of Michigan, made to the board of regents, Oct. 2d, 1863. 26 p. Ann Arbor, Pub. by the University, 1864.

Works of Edward Hitchcock (1793-1864), i.e., Religious truth, illustrated from science, in addresses and sermons on special occasions; The religion of geology and its connected sciences.

John Harris, 1802-1856. The pre-Adamite earth: contributions to theological science. Rev. and enl., 300 p., Boston. Gould and Lincoln, 1854.

A. Hoyle Lester, The pre-Adamite, or, Who tempted Eve? 164 p.. Philadelphia, Pub. for the author by J. B. Lippincott & co., 1875.

Art. III.—Bible Natural History; or a Description of the Animals, Plants, and Minerals, Mentioned in the Sacred Scriptures, with Copious References and Explanations of Texts. By Francis A. Ewing, M. D. The Princeton review. / Volume 7, Issue 4, Oct 1835, pp.559-573.;g=moagrp;xc=1;sid=b34d5043aa1bbb98c487d9f8a9aa3db9;q1=Biblical;cite1=Bible;cite1restrict=title;op2=and;op3=and;rgn=pages;view=image;cc=moajrnl;seq=0569;idno=acf4325.1-07.004

Thomas Sterry Hunt, 1826-1892. Chemical and geological essays. 489 p., Boston, J.R. Osgood and company, 1875.

Alonzo Gray, 1808-1860. Elements of geology. 354 p., NY, Harper & brothers, 1853.

James Dwight Dana, 1813-1895. Manual of geology, treating of the principles of the science with special reference to American geological history, for the use of colleges, academies, and schools of science. Illustrated by a chart of the world, and over one thousand figures, mostly from American sources. 1869. Rev. ed.: 800 p. Philadelphia, T. Bliss.; 1875,

James Dwight Dana, 1813-1895. A system of mineralogy, comprising the most recent discoveries: including full descriptions of species and their localities, chemical analyses and formulas, tables for the determination of minerals, with a treatise on mathematical crystallography and the drawing of figures of crystals. Illustrated by six hundred woodcuts. 4th ed., rewritten, rearranged, and enl. 2 v., NY, G.P. Putnam & co., 1854,; 1868,

James Dwight Dana, 1813-1895. Manual of mineralogy, including observations on mines, rock, reduction of ores, and the applications of the science to the arts, with 260 illustrations, designed for the use of schools and colleges. 454 p. New Haven, H.H. Peck, 1876.

Thomas Egleston, 1832-1900. Lectures on mineralogy. [124] p. New York, D. Van Nostrand, 1872.

Louis Dieulafait, 1830- , Diamonds and precious stones, a popular account of gems. 292 p., NY, Scribner, Armstrong, and company, 1874.

James Dwight Dana, 1813-1895. On coral reefs and islands. 143 p., NY, G. P. Putnam & co., 1853,; 3d ed. 440 p. NY, Dodd, Mead and company [1890]

Andrew Preston Peabody, 1811-1893. The Hawaiian Islands. 24 p. Boston, Boston review; [etc., etc.] 1865.

Nicolas Pike, U.S. consul, Port Louis, Mauritius. Sub tropical rambles in the land of aphanapterys. Personal experiences, adventures, and wanderings in and around the island of Mauritius. 509 p. New York, Harper & brothers, 1873.

George Washington Peck, 1817-1859. Melbourne, and the Chincha Islands; with sketches of Lima, and a voyage round the world. 294 p. New York, C. Scribner, 1854.

Adolph Lippe, M.D., 1812-1888. Text book of materia medica. 2 v., 714 p., Philadelphia, A. J. Tafel, 1866.

William Woodbridge Rodman, 1817-1900. The materia medica in its scientific relations. 42 p. New Haven, Conn. Judd & White, 1868.

Joseph Thomas, 1811-1891. A comprehensive medical dictionary. With an appendix, comprising a complete list of all the more important articles of the materia medica with the necessary directions for writing Latin prescriptions, etc. 704 p. Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott & co., 1876

Rudolf Hermann Gross, Dr. H. Gross' Comparative materia medica. Edited by Constantine Hering. 520 p., Philadelphia, F. E. Boericke, NY, William Radde. London: H. Turner & Co. 1867 [c1866]

John Call Dalton, jr., 1825-1889. A treatise on human physiology. 2d ed., rev. and enl. 690 p. Philadelphia, Blanchard and Lea, 1861.

James W. Redfield. Comparative physiognomy; or, Resemblances between men and animals. Illustrated by 330 engravings. 334 p. New York, Redfield, 1852.

Worthington Hooker, 1806-1867. Hooker's new physiology, designed as a text-book for institutions of learning. 376 p., NY, Sheldon and company, 1874.

William P. Esrey, d. 1854. A treatise on anatomy & physiology. 195 p. Philadelphia, Rademacher & Sheek, 1851.

Henry Gray, 1825-1861. Anatomy, descriptive and surgical. The drawings by H.V. Carter, additional drawings in the second and later editions by Dr. Westmacott. The dissections jointly by the author and Dr. Carter. With an introduction on general anatomy and development by T. H. Holmes. A new american from the fifth and enlarged English edition. 876 p., Philadelphia, H. C. Lea, 1870.

James John Garth Wilkinson, 1812-1899. The human body and its connection with man, illustrated by the principal organs. 411 p. Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo and Co., 1851.

Pierre Flourens, 1794-1867. A history of the discovery of the circulation of the blood. 178 p., Cincinnati, Rickey, Mallory & company, 1859.

George H. Taylor, M.D. Diseases of women: their causes, prevention, and radical cure. 318 p. Philadelphia, New York [etc] G. Maclean, 1871.

Sanborn Tenney, 1827-1877. Natural history. A manual of zoèology for schools, colleges, and the general reader. 1869. 7th ed. 540 p. NY, Scribner, Armstrong & co.

Sanborn Tenney, 1827-1877. Natural history of animals. Containing brief descriptions of the animals figured on Tenney's Natural history tablets, but complete without the tablets. With Abby A. Tenney. Illustrated with five hundred wood engravings, chiefly of North American animals. 261 p. incl. New York, Scribner, Armstrong & co., 1874.

Henry Alleyne Nicholson, 1844-1899. A manual of zoology for the use of students. With a general introduction on the principles of zoology. 1876. Second edition revised and considerably enlarged. 673 p. New York, D. Appleton and Co.

Henry Alleyne Nicholson, 1844-1899. Text-book of zoology for schools and colleges. 353 p., NY, D. Appleton and company, 1875.

Henry Alleyne Nicholson, 1844-1899. Introduction to the study of biology. 163 p., NY, D. Appleton & co., 1872.

Manual of Ancient Geography and History, by Wilhelm Putz. The Southern quarterly review. / Volume 1, Issue 2, July 1850, pp.499-503.;g=moagrp;xc=1;sid=4978669b9f57858663defe844e9fb318;q1=Manual;cite1=Manual;cite1restrict=title;op2=and;op3=and;rgn=pages;view=image;cc=moajrnl;seq=0513;idno=acp1141.2-01.002


Other Treatises (mostly on Mathematics, Agriculture, Medicine, etc.):

Folsom Dorsett, Dorsett's Treatise on agriculture, in all its various branches, from thirty years' practical experience. 228 p. Chicago, Rounds & James, 1867.

George Edwin Waring, 1833-1898. The elements of agriculture. 3 p. 288 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1854.

Sereno Edwards Todd, 1820-1898. The American wheat culturist. A practical treatise on the culture of wheat, embracing a brief history and botanical description, with full practical details for selecting seed, producing new varieties, and cultivating on different kinds of soil. 432 p. New York, Taintor brothers & co., 1868.

Sereno Edwards Todd, 1820-1898. The young farmers' manual. 459 p. New York, C. M. Saxton. Barker & company, 1860.

Henry Stewart. Irrigation for the farm, garden, and orchard. 264 p. New York, O. Judd Company, [1877]

Cuthbert William Johnson, 1799-1878. The farmer's and planter's encyclopedia of rural affairs: embracing all the more recent discoveries in agricultural chemistry. 1855. 1179 p. New York, C. M. Saxton: Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co.; [etc.].

Jean Baptiste Boussingault, 1802-1887. Rural economy, in its relations with chemistry, physics, and meteorology; or, Chemistry applied to agriculture. Translated, with an introduction and notes, by George Law. 507 p. NY, D. Appleton & Co.; [etc.] 1850.

John Adams Nash, 1798-1877. The progressive farmer: a scientific treatise on agricultural chemistry, the geology of agriculture; on plants, animals, manures, and soils. Applied to practical agriculture. 254 p. New York, A.O. Moore, 1859.

Georges Ville, 1824-1897. The school of chemical manures. 116 p. Philadelphia, H. C. Baird, 1872.

Patrick Neill, 1776-1851. The practical fruit, flower and vegetable gardener's companion, with a calendar. 408 p. New York, C. M. Saxton & co., 1855.

Sir John Richardson, 1787-1865. The museum of natural history; being a popular account of the structure, habits, and classification of the various departments of the animal kingdom: fishes. 447 p. 1862

Vermont. State Geologist. Preliminary report on the natural history of the state of Vermont. 88 p. Burlington, C. Goodrich, 1856.

Edward Hitchcock, Vermont State Geologist. Report on the geological survey of the state of Vermont. 2 v. Burlington, Daily times office print, 1857-58.

The agricultural and mineral resources of Muskingum county, Zanesville, Ohio. Board of trade. 56 p. Zanesville, Ohio, Newman & Dodd, 1874.

William Henry Fry, 1813-1864. A complete treatise on artificial fish-breeding: including the reports on the subject made to the French academy and the French government; and particulars of the discovery as pursued in England. 188 p., NY, D. Appleton and company, 1866.

Charles Reiche. The bird fancier's companion; or, Natural history of cage birds; their food. 72 p. New York, Boston, C. Reiche & brother, 1871.

Uncle Merry, pseud. (Ed.) Merry's book of birds. 240 p. New York, H. Dayton; Indianapolis, Ind., Asher & co., 1860.

John Pitkin Norton, 1822-1852. Elements of scientific agriculture, or The connection between science and the art of practical farming. Prize essay of the New York State Agricultural Society. 208 p. New York, C. M. Saxton & co., 1855.

Henry Stephens, 1795-1874. The farmer's guide to scientific and practical agriculture. Detailing the labors of the farmer, in all their variety, and adapting them to the seasons of the year as they successively occur, assisted by John P. Norton. With numerous illustrations. 2 v. New York, L. Scott & co., 1853.

N. W. Clark, Pisciculture. An address on the artificial breeding of fish, their habits, etc., delivered before the Detroit scientific association. 20 p. Detroit, Tribune printing company, 1875.

Theodore Gill, 1837-1914. Arrangement of the families of fishes. 49 p., Washington, Smithsonian institution, 1872.

Samuel Abbott Green, 1830-1918. The story of a famous book: an account of Dr. Benjamin Franklin's autobiography. 14 p., Boston, For private distribution, 1871.

Amos Kendall, 1789-1869. Morse's patent. 64 p., Washington, Printed by J. T. Towers, 1852.

Samuel Irenæus Prime, 1812-1885. The life of Samuel F. B. Morse, LL. D., inventor of the electro-magnetic recording telegraph. 776 p. New York, D. Appleton and company, 1875.

Taliaferro Preston Shaffner, 1818-1881. The telegraph manual: a complete history and description of the semaphoric, electric and magnetic telegraphs of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, ancient and modern. 850 p. New York, Pudney & Russell; [etc., etc.] 1859.

François Arago, 1786-1853.: Biographies of distinguished scientific men. Tr. by Admiral W.H. Smyth, the Rev. Baden Powell, and Robert Grant. 2 v. Boston, Ticknor and Fields, 1859.

Evert Augustus Duyckinck, 1816-1878. Portrait gallery of eminent men and women of Europe and America. With biographies. Illustrated with highly finished steel engravings from original portraits by the most celebrated artists.John Connell, fl. 1851-1856. 2 v. NY, Johnson, Fry and company [c1872-74]

Samuel Griswold Goodrich, 1793-1860. Lives of celebrated women, by the author of Peter Parley's tales. 352 p., Boston, Brown & Taggard, 1860.

Eminent women of the age being narratives of the lives and deeds of the most prominent women of the present generation. By James Parton, Horace Greeley, T. W. Higginson, J. S. C. Abbott, Prof. James M. Hoppin, William Winter, Theodore Tilton, Fanny Fern, Grace Greenwood, Mrs. E. C. Stanton, etc. Richly illustrated with fourteen steel engravings. 628 p. Hartford, Conn., S. M. Betts & company; Chicago. Ill., Gibbs & Nichols; [etc.] 1868.

Josiah Quincy, 1772-1864. The history of Harvard University. 2 v. Boston, Crosby, Nichols, Lee & co., 1860.

Theodore Dwight Woolsey, 1801-1889. Introduction to the study of international law, designed as an aid in teaching and in historical studies. 3d ed., rev. and enl. 487 p. New York, C. Scribner & co., 1871.

Theodore Dwight Woolsey, 1801-1889. An historical discourse pronounced before the graduation of Yale college. 128 p. New Haven, Printed by B. L. Hamlen, 1850.

William Jones Rhees. An account of the Smithsonian institution. 74+ p. Washington, T. McGill, printer, [1859]

Smithsonian contributions to knowledge. 35 v. Washington, Smithsonian Institution. 1848-1916.

Biographical sketches of distinguished mechanics. 68 p. Wilmington, Del., Porter & Eckel, printers, 1852.

Maunsell Bradhurst Field, 1822-1875. Memories of many men & of some women: being personal recollections of emperors, kings, queens, princes, presidents, statesmen, authors, and artists, at home and abroad, during the last thirty years. 339 p., NY, Harper & brothers, 1874.

James Dabney McCabe jr., 1842-1883. Great fortunes, and how they were made; on: The struggies and triumphs of our self-made men. Numerous illustrations, from original designs by G. F. & E. B. Bensell. 633 p., Cincinnati, E. Hannaford & Co., 1871.

Joseph A Copp, D. D., The Atlantic telegraph: as illustrating the providence and benevolent designs of God. A discourse, preached in the Broadway Church, Chelsea, August 8, 1858. 16 p. Boston, Press of T.R.Marvin, 1858.

Lives of the chief fathers of New England. 6 v., [Boston, 1870]

Prof. Richard Owen, 1804-1892. The principal forms of the skeleton and of the teeth. 329 p. Philadelphia, Blanchard and Lea, 1854.

Seth Pancoast, 1823-1889. The ladies' medical guide. By S. Pancoast. Sixth edition. 584 p. Philadelphia. published by John E. Potter, 1865.

Martyn Paine, 1794-1877. Physiology of the soul and instinct, as distinguished from materialism. With supplementary demonstrations of the divine communication of the narratives of creation and the flood. 707 p. New York, Harper & brothers, 1872.

Joseph Parker, 1830-1902. Job's comforters; or, Scientific sympathy. With introduction and notes by George Zabriskie Gray. 38 p. New York, A.D.F. Randolph & company, 1876.

A physician's counsels to his professional brethren. By a practising physician. 103 p. Philadelphia, Presbyterian board of publication [1859]

Samuel James Augustus Salter, 1825-1897. Dental pathology and surgery. 399 p. New York, W. Wood & co. [1875]

I.E., on the topic of "Homeopathy":

William Edward Payne, b. 1815. Monograph on Lilium tigrinum. 39 p. Detroit, Mich. Dr. Lodge's Homœopathic Pharmacy, [1870]

Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, 1800-1875. Jahr's new manual of homoeopathic practice / ed. with annotations. 1850. 3rd American ed. from the 4th or Paris ed. 837 p. NY, Radde.

Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, 1800-1875. Jahr's and Possart's new manual of the homœopathic materia medica: arranged with reference to well authenticated observations at the sick bed: and accompanied by an alphabetical repertory, to facilitate and secure the selection of a suitable remedy in any given case. 1853. 4th ed. / revised and enlarged by the author, and translated and edited by Charles J. Hempel. 924 p. NY, W. Radde.

Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, 1800-1875. The clinical guide; or, Pocket-repertory for the treatment of acute and chronic diseases. Tr. by Charles J. Hempel, M. D. 2d American rev. and enl. ed., from the 3d German ed., enriched by the addition of the new remedies, by Samuel Lilienthal, M. D., 624 p., NY, Boericke & Tafel; Philadelphia, F. E. Boericke & A. J. Tafel; [etc.] 1869.

Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, 1800-1875. The homœopathic treatment of the diseases of females and infants at the breast (Du traitement homœopathique des maladies des femmes. English), translated from the French by Charles J. Hempel. 422 p., NY, W. Radde, 1856.

Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, 1800-1875. The venereal diseases, their pathological nature, correct diagnosis and homoeopathic treatment, trans. With additions by Chas. J. Hempel. 328 p., NY, Wm. Radde, 1868.

Walter Williamson, M.D., 1811-1870. Diseases of females and children: and their homoeopathic treatment. Containing also a full description of the dose of each medicine. 256 p. Philadelphia. Rademacher & Sheek, 1897.

Bernhard Baehr, The science of therapeutics, according to the principles of homoeopathy. Tr. and enriched with numerous additions from Kafka and other sources, by Charles J. Hempel. 2 v. New York, Boericke & Tafel, 1872 [c1869]

Arthur Lutze, M.D., 1813-1870. Manual of homoeopathic theory and practice, designed for the use of physicians and families. Tr. from the German by Charles J. Hempel, M.D. 1862. 750 p. New York, Philadelphia, Wiliam Radde.

John Ellis, 1815-1896. Family homœopathy. 4th ed.: 401 p. New York, J.T.S. Smith & son;
Detroit, Mich., E. A. Lodge [etc.] 1865.; 10th ed.: Detroit, Mich.,
E. R. Ellis. 1872.

Friedrich August Gunther. New manual of homoeopathic veterinary medicine; or, the homoeopathic treatment of the horse, the ox, the sheep, the dog, and other domestic animals. 1871. 368 p. Boston, O. Clapp.

Hunting Sherrill, 1783-1866. A treatise on homœopathic practice of medicine: comprised in a repertory for prescribing, adapted to domestic or professional use. 1854. 3rd ed., improved and enl. 430 p. New York, W. Radde.

James S. Douglas, 1801-1878. Practical homeopathy, for the people, adapted to the comprehension of the non-professional, and for reference by the young practitioner, including a number of most valuable new remedies and improvements in the treatment of numerous diseases not in general use. 87 p. Milwaukee, [Sias & Hill] 1862.; 13th ed. 138 p. Milwaukee, Win., Douglas & Sherman; Chicago, Halsey bros., 1875.

James S. Douglas, 1801-1878.: Homoeopathy: a lecture before the faculty and students of Madison University, N.Y. April, 1845. 2nd ed., 40 p., Milwaukee [Wis.], Starrs' Printing Establishment, 1854.

Egbert Cleave. Cleave's biographical cyclopaedia of homeopathic physicians and surgeons. 1873. 512 p. Philadelphia, Galaxy publishing company.

Clemens Maria Franz von Bèonninghausen, 1785-1864. Homoeopathic therapeia of intermittent and other fevers. Tr., with the addition of new remedies, by A. Korndoerfer. 243 p. New York, Boericke & Tafel [c1873]

Clemens Maria Franz von Bèonninghausen, 1785-1864: The sides of the body and drug affinities. Homoeopathic exercises. Edited by Charles J. Hempel, M.D. 28 p. Philadelphia, Rademacher & Sheek, New York, William Radde, [etc., etc.], 1854.

Alphonse Teste, b. 1814. The homoeopathic materia medica (Systématisation pratique de la matière médical homoeopathique. English): arranged systematically and practically; translated from the French and edited by Chas. J. Hempel. 634 p. Philadelphia, Rademacher & Sheek, 1854.

Materia medica of American provings, by C. Hering et al, collected and arranged by the American Institute of Homœopathy; with a repertory, by W.P. Esrey. 299 p., Philadelphia, Rademacher & Sheek, 1853.

John Fitzgibbon Geary, Some local and general excrescences of Homoeopathy, being reviews of Dr. Hering's "Homoeopathist, or domestic physician," and of the homoeopathic "Materia medica pura". 47 p. Philadelphia, Henry B. Ashmead, 1858.

Alphonse Teste, A homoeopathic treatise on the diseases of children. By Alph. Teste. Tr. from the French by Emma H. Cãoté. Fourth edition, revised by J. H. Pulte, M.D. 345 p. New York, Philadelphia, Boericke & Tafel, 1857.

Joseph Hippolyt Pulte, 1811-1884. Homœopathic domestic physician; containing the treatment of diseases; with popular explanations of anatomy, physiology, hygiene, and hydropathy: also an abridged materia medica. By J. H. Pulte ... enl. with special hydropathic directions, and illustrated with anatomical plates. [6th ed.] 576 p. Cincinnati, Moore, Wilstach, Keys & co.; New York, Ivison & Phinney; [etc., etc.] 1856.

Dr. Martin Freligh, 1813-1889. The homoeopathic pocket companion, or, a simplified abridgment of the "Homoeopathic practice of medicine." Designed expressly for the use of families and travellers. 10 ed., 201 p., NY, C.T. Hurlburt.

Egbert Guernsey, 1823-1903. Homoeopathic domestic practice: containing also chapters on anatomy, physiology, hygiene, and an abridged materia medica. 588 p., NY, William Radde, 1853.

Egbert Guernsey, 1823-1903. The gentleman's hand-book of homoeopathy. 255 p., Boston, O. Clapp; NY, W. Radde, 1855.

Erastus Edgerton Marcy, M. D., 1815-1900. The homoeopathic theory and Practice of medicine. 631 p., NY, W. Radde, 1850.

Erastus Edgerton Marcy, M. D., 1815-1900. Homoeopathy and allopathy: reply to "An examination of the doctrines and evidences of homoeopathy, by Worthington Hooker, M.D., 144 p., NY, William Radde, 1852.

Worthington Hooker, 1806-1867. Homœopathy: an examination of its doctrines and evidences. 146 p., NY, C. Scribner, 1851.

Edwin Moses Hale, 1829-1899. New remedies: their pathogenetic effects and therapeutical application in homoeopathic practice. 447 p., Detroit, E. A. Lodge, [1864]

Bernhardt Fincke, On high potencies and homoeopathics. Clinical cases and observations, with an appendix, containing Hahnemann's original views and rules on the homoeopathic dose, chronologically arranged. 132 p., Philadelphia, Tafel, 1865.

Joseph Laurie, M.D., d. 1865. Elements of homoeopathic practice of physic. 2d Amer. ed., enl. & improved, by A. Gerald Hull, M.D., & an appendix on intermittent fever, by J.S. Douglas, A.H., M.D., 939 p. Philadelphia, Rademacher & Sheek; NY, W. Radde, [etc.] 1853.; older editions: 1st American from 2nd London ed., 642 p. Philadelphia, Matthew & Houard, 1852.; 372 p., NY, W. Radde, 1850.

Joseph Laurie M.D., Ed., d. 1865. The parent's guide: containing the diseases of infancy and childhood and their homoeopathic treatment. To which is added a treatise on the method of rearing children from their earliest infancy: comprising the essential branches of moral and physical education. With additions, by Walter Williamson, M.D. 1854. 458 p. Philadelphia, Rademacher & Sheek; New York, W. Radde, [etc., etc.].

J.C. Peters, M.D. The science & art, or the principles & practice of medicine. Vol I(2):480 p. NY. Wm. Radde, Henry Ludwig.

John Charles Peters, M.D., 1819-1893. A treatise on headaches; including acute, chronic, nervous, gastric, dyspeptic, or sick-headaches; also congestive, rheumatic, and periodical headaches. Based on Th. J. Rückert's Clinical experience in homoeopathy. With introduction, appendix, synopsis, notes, directions for doses, and fifty additional cases. 1853. 135 p. NY, Radde.

John Charles Peters, M.D., 1819-1893. A complete treatise on headaches and diseases of the head. 1. The nature and treatment of headaches. 2. The nature and treatment of apoplexy. 3. The nature and treatment of mental derangement. 4. The nature and treatment of irritation, congestion, inflammation and dropsy of the brain and its membranes. Based on T. J. Rückert's Clinical experience in homoeopathy. 586 p. New York, Wm. Radde, 1859.

John Charles Peters, M.D., 1819-1893. A treatise on the diseases of females. Disorders of menstruation. 165 p. New York, Radde, [etc., etc.], 1854.

John Charles Peters, M.D., 1819-1893. A treatise on the diseases of married females. Disorders of pregnancy, parturition and lactation. 191 p. New York, Radde, [etc., etc.], 1854.

Reuben Ludlam, M.D., 1831-1899. Lectures, clinical and didactic, on the diseases of women. 2d ed., 612 p., Chicago, C. S. Halsey; Philadelphia, F. E. Bœricke; [etc.] 1872.

Henry Ridgewood Madden, M.D. Uterine diseases, with an appendix, containing an abstract of 180 cases of uterine diseases and their treatment, together with analytical tables of results, ages, symptoms, etc., to which is added a clinical record of interesting cases, treated in the Manchester homoeopathic hospital. 111 p., NY, W. Radde; Philadelphia, Rademacher & Sheek; [etc., 1852]

John Charles Peters, M.D., 1819-1893. A treatise on the principal diseases of the eyes, including diseases of the eyelids, conjunctiva, cornea, sclerotica, crystalline lens, choroid, retina, and optic nerve, based on Theodore J. Rueckert's Clinical experience in homoeopathy. 291 p. New York, Radde, 1856.

Wilhelm Gollmann, The homœopathic guide in all disease of the urinary and sexual organs, including the derangements caused by onanism and sexual excesses, with a strict regard to the present demands of medical science and accompanied by an appendix on the use of electro-magnetism in the treatment of these diseases. Translated, with additions, by Chas. J. Hempel. 309 p., Philadelphia, Rademacher & Sheek, NY, W. Radde, 1855, c1854.

Homœopathic treatment of diseases of the sexual system: being a complete repertory of all the symptoms occuring in the sexual systems of the male and female : adapted to the use of physicians and laymen / translated, arranged and edited, with additions and improvements, by F. Humphreys. 144 p., NY, Wm. Radde, 1850.

Jean Paul Tessier, M.D., 1811-1862. Clinical researches concerning the homoeopathic treatment of Asiatic cholera. Preceded by a review on the abuse of the numerical method in medicine. Translated by Charles J. Hempel, M.D. 109 p. NY, Radde, [etc., etc.], 1855.

Philetus J. Stephens. A record of the surgical clinics of Wm. Tod Helmuth, M.D. : held at the N.Y. Homoeopathic Medical College during the session of 1874-'75; to which is added a synopsis of the clinics of 1873-'74. 207 p. New York. [n.p.], 1875.

Samuel Arminius Latta, M.D., 1804-1852. The cholera in Cincinnati: or A connected view of the controversy between the homeopathists and the Methodist expositor. Also, a review of the report read before the Homeopathic Association. 40 p., Cincinnati, Morgan & Overend, printers, 1850.

Charles Julius Hempel, M.D., 1811-1879. Homoeopathy, a principle in nature. Its scientific universality unfolded; its development and philosophy explained; and its applicability to the treatment of diseases. 248 p., NY, Radde [1860].

Charles Julius Hempel, M.D., 1811-1879. A lecture on homoeopathy delivered before the Legislature of Michigan. 40 p., Detroit, Michigan : American Homeopathic Observer, 1867.

Charles Julius Hempel, M.D., 1811-1879. Organon of specific homoeopathy; or, An inductive exposition of the principles of the homoeopathic healing art, addressed to physicians and intelligent laymen. By Charles J. Hempel. 216 p., Philadelphia, Rademacher & Sheek, NY, William Radde, St. Louis, J. G. Wesselhoeft, 1854.

John F. Cooper, M.D. (who arranged the prover's record), 1822-1899. A proving of the arseniate of soda (hydrodisodic arseniate) by the Homoeopathic Materia Medica Club of Alleghany County, Pa. 56 p. [Philadelphia]. Printed by the Hahnemannian Monthly, 1876.

James Henry Paine Frost, 1825-1875. Introductory address at the opening of the third session of the Detroit Homoeopathic Medical College, on Wednesday evening, October 15th, 1873. 24 p., Detroit, Daily Post Book and Job Printing Establishment, 1873.

Heinrich Goullon, 1836-1906. Scrofulous affections and the advantages of their treatment according to the principles and experiences of homeopathy: described and demonstrated by numerous examples of successful cures (Skrophulèosen Erkrankungen und die Vorzüge ihrer Behandlungsweise nach den Principien und Erfahrungen der Homèoopathie. English). Translated from the German by Emil Tietze. 255 p., NY, Philadelphia, Boericke & Tafel, 1872.

John Franklin Gray, 1804-1882. Homoeopathy in New-York, and the late Abraham D. Wilson, A.M., M.D. / by his early friend John F. Gray. 39 p., NY, Homoeopathic Medical Societies of the County and State of New York, 1865.

Charles H. Haeseler, M.D., A dream which was not all a dream. Read before the American Institute of Homoeopathy, in the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, June 6th, 1871. 21 p., Pottsville, Pa., Bannan & Ramsey, publishers, 1871.

Humphreys, F. (Frederick), 1816-1900.: Humphreys' Homeopathic mentor or family advisor in the use of specific homeopathic medicine. 371 p., N.Y., Humphreys' specific homeopathic medicine co., 1874.

Isaac D. Johnson, b. 1827. Therapeutic key, or, Practical guide for the homœopathic treatment of acute diseases. 179 p., Philadelphia, F. E. Boericke, NY, Boericke & Tafel, 1872.

Frederick Humphreys, M.D., 1816-1900. Dysentery and its homoeopathic treatment; containing also a repertory and numerous cases. 87 p., NY, Radde, [etc.], 1853.

Benjamin L. Hill, An epitome of the homoeopathic healing art, containing the new discoveries and improvements to the present time; designed for the use of families and travelers; and as a pocket companion for the physician. Revised edition.160 p., Detroit, published at Dr. Lodge's Homoeopathic Pharmacy, 1867.

Benjamin L. Hill, M.D., The homeopathic practice of surgery, together with operative surgery, illustrated by two hundred and forty engravings. With Jas. G. Hunt, M.D. 2 v., 431 p. and 223 p., Cleveland, O., J.B. Cobb and company, 1855.

William Henderson, 1810-1872. Homoeopathy fairly represented. A reply to Professor Simpson's "Homoeopathy" misrepresented. 1st American, from the last Edinburgh ed., 302 p. Philadelphia, Lindsay & Blakiston, 1854.

George W. Swazey. Life, disease, and the law of cure. An address delivered before the American Institute of Homeopathy, at New Haven, Conn. With a list of Members. 48 p. Springfield: G. W. Wilson, 1852.

Homœopathic provings: containing the Vienna provings of colocynth and thuja-occidentalis and the symptoms of aethusa-cynapium, edited by James W. Metcalf. 417 p., NY, W. Radde, 1853.

Benjamin Franklin Joslin, 1796-1861. Homoeopathic treatment of epidemic cholera. 3d ed., NY, W. Radde; Philadelphia : Rademacher & Sheek, 1854.

Jean Paul Tessier, M.D., 1811-1862. Clinical remarks concerning the homoeopathic treatment of pneumonia; preceded by A Retrospective view of the alloeopathic materia medica, and an explanation of the homoeopathic law of cure. Translated by Charles J. Hempel. [Recherches cliniques sur le traitement de la pneumonie. English]. 131 p. New York. William Radde, 1855.

M. Edgeworth Lazarus, Homoeopathy: a theoretic demonstration, with social applications. 69 p., New York, W. Radde, 1851.

William T. Helmuth, M.D., 1833-1902.: Surgery and its adaptation into homoeopathic practice. 651 p., Philadelphia, Moss & brother, 1855.

William T. Helmuth, M.D., 1833-1902.: A treatise on diphtheria: its nature, pathology and homoeopathic treatment. Second edition, revised and corrected, 136 p., [St. Louis], St. Louis homoeopathic pharmacy, H. C. G. Luyties, 1864.

Reuben Ludlam, M.D., 1831-1899. A course of clinical lectures on diphtheria, delivered before the class of Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago, session of 1862-3. 126 p., Chicago, Halsey, 1863.

Joseph Hippolyt Pulte, M.D., 1811-1884, and Egbert Guernsey, M.D. Letters on diphtheria. 16 p. Saint Louis, Mo., R. & H. Luyties [c1860]

William C. Richardson, 1849- . Yellow fever and its treatment homeopathically : together with some general reflections upon its allopathic medication and non-local origin / by an allopathist and a homeopathist. Galveston [s.n.], 1868.

James Henderson McClelland, 1845-1913. The mind: the annual address delivered before the Homoeopathic Medical Society of Pennsylvania, October 15th, 1875, at Library Hall. 45 p., Pittsburgh, [s.n.], Wm. G. Johnston & Co. 1876


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