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Louis, de Philippe le Hardi, de Philippe le Bel, de Louis X, de Philippe V, et

de Charles IV, depuis 1226 jusqu'en 1328.

Continuation of Bouquet, (Dom) M. Recueil des historiens des Gaules et de

la France (in First catalogue).

Recueil des monuments in^dits de I'histoire du Tiers £tat. Paris, 1856-
70. 2 V. 4°.

Namely: Thierry, J. N. A. Recueil, [etc., continued]; tom. 3-4. (Col.
doc. in^d. sur hist. Fr. ; 1° sdr.)



3202 THE ASTOR LIBRARY.

Recueil des ordonnances du Roi, et instructions du ministre de la guerre,
concernant le licenciement de I'armee et sa reorganisation. Paris,
1815. 12°.

Recueil des principaux trait6s d'alliance, de paix, de treve, [etc.], conclus
par les puissances de 1' Europe, tant entre elles qu'avec les puis-
sances et 6tats dans d'autres parties du monde, depuis 1761 jusqu'i
present [jusqu'a la paix de Luneville] ; par [G. F.] de Martens ; torn.
1-7. Gottingue, 1791-1801. 7 v. 8°.

See entries under Martens, G. F. von, for the continuation of this Recueil.

Recueil des traitds de la France ; public par [A.J de Clercq ; torn. i-ii.
Paris, 1864-80. II V. 8°.

Recueil des voyages qui ont servi i I'etablissement & aux progr^s de la
Compagnie des Indes Orientales, formde dans les Provinces-Unies
des Pals-Bas ; [par R. A. Constantin de Renneville]. 2° 6d., reveue
parl'autheur. Amsterdam, 17 10, Rouen, 1725. 10 v. pi. maps. 12°.
For contents, see Constantin, M. de. Recueil d. voy. First catalogue. — Of
these vol. only the ist is Amsterdam, 1710 ; the others are "Nouvelle ^d., rev.
par I'auteur et considdrablement augmentde, Rouen, 1725."

Recueil d'ornemens et de meubles dans le style du 16° si^cle; par L.
Feuchere et J. H. Regnier. (Ornemens des 4 6coles, 4° s6r.)
Paris, [1855 .?]. pi. sq. P.

Recueil encyclop^dique d'agriculture. See Annales de I'agriculture fran-
gaise.

Recueil g^n^ral des formules usitdes dans I'empire des Francs du 5° au
10° si^cle ; par E. de Roziere. Paris, 1859-71. 3 v. 8°.

Recueil general des lois, ddcrets et arret^s depuis le 24 f6v. 1848; avec
des notes et deux tables annuelles, I'une chronologique, et I'autre
analytique et alphab^tique ; 10° s6r. : Republique frangaise, torn. 5 ;
ann^e 1852. Paris, 1852^ 8°.
Continued as :

Recueil general des s^natus-consultes, lois, ddcrets et arret^s depuis le
I" ddc. 1852...; 11° s6r. : Empire frangais, t. 1-18, 1852-70. —
Table alphab^tique . . . 24 f6v. 1848-4 sept. 1870. Paris, 1853-72.
20 V. 8°.

Recueil g^n^ral des lois, d^crets et arretes depuis le 4 sept. 1 870 ; avec
des notes et deux tables annuelles,. . ; 12* s6r. : Republique fran-
gaise; torn, i-io; 1870-80. Paris, 1870-80. 10 v. 8°.

Recueil g^n^ral des lois et des arrets, avec notes et commentaires ; revu
et complete par L. M. Devilleneuve et A. A. Carette : Lois annot^es,
i«-8« s6r., 1789-1880. Paris, i843-[8o]. 8 v. 4°.

Recueil gdn^ral des lois et des arrets en matiere civile, criminelle, admi-
nistrative et de droit public ; fonde par J. B. Sirey ; r^dig^, depuis
183 1, par L. M. Devilleneuve, A. A. Carette et P. Gilbert ; et
continue, depuis 1873, par A. A. Carette et Ruben de Couder [con-
tinued] ; 1860-80. [Table ddcennale, 1851-60, 1861-70.] Paris,
1868-80. 23 V. 4°.

Recueil general et complet des fabliaux des 13° et 14^ si^cles, imprimis
ou in^dits ; publics d'apres les mss. par M. Anatole de Montaiglon
et Gaston Raynaud ; torn. 1-4. Paris, 1872-80. 4 v. 12°.

Recueil p^riodique et critique de jurisprudence. See Jurisprudence
g^nerale.

Reculver (Kent co., Eng.).

Smith, C. R. • The antiquities of Richborough, R., and Lymne, in Kent. London,
1850. il. sq. 8°.



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 3203

Reddall, W. C. (joint compiler). Johnson, H. D., and R. Manual of
laws of the United States on the subjects of naturalization, passen-
gers and passenger ships ; added, directions to persons requiring
passports, &c. ; with an appendix. Washington, 1856. 8°.

Reddie, James. An historical view of the law of maritime commerce.
Edinburgh and London, 1841. 8°.

Inquiries in the science of law. 2d ed. enlarged. London, Edinb.,

Glasgow. . . , 1847. 8°.

Reddie, John. Historical notices of the Roman law, and of the recent
progress of its study in Germany. Edinburgh, 1826. 8°.

Redding, Cyrus. French wines and vineyards, and the way to find them.
London, i860. 12°.

Literary reminiscences and memoirs of Thomas Campbell. London,

i860. 2 V. port. 8°.

Personal reminiscences of eminent men. London, 1867. 3 v. 8°.

(editor). An illustrated itinerary of the county of Lancaster. Lon-
don, [1842]. map. nar. 4°.

Redepenning, Ernst Rudolph (editor). Lehrbuch der Kirchengeschichte,
von J. C. L. Gieseler; 4-[6.] Bd. Bonn, 1855-57. 3 v. in 2. 8°.
Vol. 6 has the title Dogmengeschichte.

Redeen, Sigismond Ehrenreich (comte) de. Abreg^ historique de la
grande Emigration des peuples barbares, et des Emigrations princi-
pales arrivees dans I'ancien monde depuis cette Epoque ; [par] L. C.
D. R. Bruxelles, 181 7. 8°.

Redesdale, John Freeman-Mitford (ist baron). Correspondence be-
tween . . . Lord Redesdale . . . and . . . the Earl of Fingall ; [with] the
narrative of the Rev. P. O'Neil. London, 1804. 8°.

A treatise on the pleadings in suits in the Court of Chancery, by

English bill. 4th ed., with additional references and notes, by
Geo. Jeremy. 3d Amer. ed., with notes and references, by Charles
Edwards. New York, 1833. 8°.

Redfield, Amasa Angell. A hand-book of the U. S. tax law, approved
July I, 1862, with the amendments to Mar. 4, 1863. . . . New York,
1863. 12°.

(editor). Reports of cases argued and determined in the Surrogates'

courts of the state of New York ; vol. 1-3. [Continuation of Brad-
ford, A. W. Reports.] New York, 1864-79. 3 v. 8°.

(joint author). Shearman, T. G., and R. A treatise on the law of

negligence. New York, 1869. 8°.

Redfield, Isaac Fletcher. The law of wills. . . . Boston, 1864. 8°.

[Same.] Boston, 1869-70. 3 v. 8°.

Vol. I is of the 3d ed., vol. 2 and 3 of the 2d.

Redfield, John Howard. Genealogical history of the Redfield family in
the United States . . . ; [with corrections and additions, on separate
sheet]. Albany, i86o-[6i.']. ports. 8°.

Redfield, William Charles. Abstracts of meteorological observations
made at St. Johns, Newfoundland, and Canton, China ; with notice
of the half yearly inequalities of atmospheric distribution in these
observations, n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1840.] 8°.

Correspondence with the United States board of navy commissioners,

relative to steam navigation applicable to government purposes.
(Journal of the Franklin Inst. 1846.) n. t.-p. [Philadelphia,
1846.] 8°.



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Redfield, William Charles. Effects of the earth's rotation upon falling

bodies and upon the atmosphere, n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1847.] 8°.
Letter to the secretary of the treasury on the history and causes of

steamboat explosions, and the means of prevention. Revised ed.

New York, 1839. 8°.
Notice of Dr. Hare's Strictures on Prof. Dove's Essay on the law of

storms, n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1843.] 8°.
Notice of newly discovered fish beds and a fossil footmark in the red

sandstone formation of New Jersey. (Amer. jo. of sci. and arts,

V. 44, no. I.) n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1843.] 8°.

Notices of American steam-boats, n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1833.] 8°.

Observations on the hurricanes and storms of the West Indies and

the coast of the United States ; [with] statements of some of the

leading facts- in meteorology, n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1834.] 8°.
Observations on the hurricanes and storms of the West Indies and

the coast of the U. S. ; [with Remarks on the supposed connexion

of the Gulf Stream with opposite currents on the coast of the

U.S.]. n. t.-p. [New York, 1837?] map. 8°.
Observations on the storm of Dec. 15, 1839. n. t.-p. [Philadelphia,

1843.] il. pi. 4°.

[Same, in a different edition.] n. t.-p. 8°.

On the courses of hurricanes ; with notices of the tyfoons of the China

Sea, and other storms, n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1839.] 8°.
On the cyclones or typhoons of the North Pacific Ocean ; with a

chart showing their courses of progression. (Amer. jo. of sci. and

arts, 2d sen, v. 24.) n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1857.] pi. 8°.
On the drift ice and currents of the North Atlantic. (In same, v. 48.

1845.) map.
[Same ; with title] : Ice in the North Atlantic, n. t.-p. [New York,

1845.'] map. 8°.
On the evidence of certain phenomena, n. t.-p. [Philadelphia,

1835.] 8°.
On the first hurricane of Sept. 1853, in the Atlantic ; with a chart,

and notices of other storms. (Amer. jo. of sci. and arts, 2d ser.,

v. 18.) n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1854.] 8°.
On the gales and hurricanes of the western Atlantic, n. t.-p. [New

Haven, 1837.] map. 8°.
On the relations of the fossil fishes of the sandstone of Connecticut

and other Atlantic states to the liassic and oolitic periods. (Amer.

jo. of sci. and arts, 2d sen, v. 22.) n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1856.] 8°.
Remarks on Espy's theory of centripetal storms ; including a refuta-
tion of his positions relative to the storm of Sept. 3, 1821. n. t.-p.

[Philadelphia, 1839.] 8°.
Remarks on the prevailing storms of the Atlantic coast of the north

American states, n. t.-p. [New Haven, 183 1.] map. 8°.
Remarks on the supposed connexion of the Gulf Stream with opposite

currents, on the coast of the United States, n. t.-p. [New Haven,

1837.] 8°.
Remarks on the tides and prevailing currents of the ocean and atmos-
phere. (Amer. jo. of sci. and arts, v. 45, no. 2.) n. t.-p. [New

Haven, 1843.] 8°.
Remarks on the tornado which visited New Brunswick, New Jersey,

June 19, 1835. n- t.-p. [New Haven, 1841.] pi. 8°.
Reply to Espy on the whirlwind character of certain storms, n. t.-p.

[Philadelphia, 1837.] 8°.



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 3205

Redfield, William Charles. Reply to Hare's further objections relating
to whirlwind storms; with Evidence of the whirling action of the
Providence tornado of Aug. 1838. n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1842.] 8°.

Reply to Dr. Hare's Objections to the whirlwind theory of storms.

n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1842.] 8°.

Some account of two visits to the mountains of Essex county. New

York, in 1836-37 ; with a sketch of the northern sources of the
Hudson. (Amer. jo. of sci. and arts, v. 33, no. 2.) n. t.-p. [New
Haven, 1838.] map. 8°.

Synopsis of a meteorological journal kept in the city of New York,

1833-34. [Extract from Annual rept. of Regents of the University.]
(Sen., no. 70.) n. t.-p. [Albany, 1835.] 8°.

Whirlwinds excited by fire ; with further notices of the tyfoons of the

China Sea. n. t.-p. [New Haven, 1839.] 8°.

Olmsted, D. Address on the scientific life and labors of R. New Haven,
1857. port. 8°.

Redfield family.

Redfield, J. H. Genealogical history of the Redfield family in the U. S.
Albany, i86o-[6l ?]. ports. 8°.

Redgrave, Richard. An elementary manual of colour, with a catechism.
. . . London, 1853. col. diagr. 24°.

Manual of design, compiled from the writings and addresses of R., by

G. R. Redgrave. (South Kensington Museum. Art handbooks.)
New York, 1876. 8°.

On oil paintings. (In London. Galleries, Museums, etc. Sheep-
shanks Gallery. 1870.)

and Samuel. A century of painters of the English school ; with

critical notices of their works, and an account of the progress of art
in England. London, 1866. 2 v. 8°.

Redgrave, Samuel. A descriptive catalogue of the historical collection
of water-colour paintings in the South Kensington Museum ; with
an introductory notice. (Science and Art Dept. Com. of Counc.
on Ed.) London, 1877. pi. col. pi. nar. 4°.

Redhead, Joseph. Dissertatio physiologico-medica, inauguralis, de adipe.
Edinburgi, 1789. 8°.

Redhouse, James William (LL. D.). On the history, system, and varie-
ties of Turkish poetry ; illustrated by selections in the original, and
in English paraphrase ; with a notice of the Islamic doctrine of the
immortality of woman's soul in the future state. London, [1879]. 8°.

Redi, Francesco. Poesie toscane. Firenze, 1822. port. 8°.

Niceron, J. P. Frangois Redi. (In his M^m. d. hommes, v. 3 ; 10, pt. 1-2.
1729-31.)

Redington, Joseph (editor). Calendar of Home Office papers of the reign

of George III., 1760-69, preserved in Her Majesty's Public Record

Office. (Great Britain. Mast. Rolls.) London, 1878-79. 2 v.

nar. 4°.
Calendar of Treasury papers, 1556-1714 (Same.) London,

1868-79. 4 V. nar. 4°.
Redman, John (M. D.). Account of the yellow fever in Philadelphia,

1762 ; paper presented to the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.

...Philadelphia, 1865. 8°.
Redman or Redmayne, Robert. Vita Henrici Quinti. (In Cole, C. A.

Memorials. 1858; Great Britain. Mast. Rolls. Chron. and

mem., no. 11.)



3206 THE ASTOR LIBRARY.

Redon (abbaye de, Ille et Vilaine, Fr.). Cartulaire ; pub. par Aur. de
Courson. (Col. doc. in^d. sur hist. Fr. ; i» s6r.) Paris, 1863. pi.
facsim. 4°.
Redspinner, pseudonym of Senior, Wm.

Redtenbacher, Ludwig. Coleopteren. (In Novara. Reise. Zool. Theil,
2. Bd., I. Abth., A. 1868.)

(joint author). Kollar, V., and R. Ueber den Character der In-

secten-Fauna von Siadpersien. (In Vienna. K. Akad. d. Wiss.
Denkschr. Math.-nat. CL, v. i, pt. i. 1850.)
Reduction of all the genera of plants contained in the Catalogus planta-
rum Americae Septentrionalis of the late Dr. Muhlenberg, to the
natural families of De Jussieu's System. Philadelphia, 1815. 8°.
Reduction of the duty on tea, as recommended by a committee of the
House of Commons in the session of 1847; [ — Appendix]. Lon-
don, [1850.?]. 8°.
Redwood, Theophilus (joint author). Mohr, Francis, and Redwood.

Practical pharmacy. . . . London, 1849. il. 8°.
Redwood Library and AxHEXiEUM. See Newport (R. I.).
Reed, (Sir) Charles. Address, London school board, Oct. 2, 1878, [on
the work of the board]. (U. S. Dept. of Int. Bureau of Ed.
Circ, no. 2. 1878.)
Reed, (Sir) Edward James. Japan ; its history, traditions, and religions,
with the narrative of a visit in 1879. London, 1880. 2 v. il. pi.
map. 8°.

Our iron-clad ships ; their qualities, performances, and cost ; with

chapters on turret-ships, iron-clad rams, &c. London, 1869. il.
pi. 8°.

Shipbuilding in iron and steel. . . . London, 1869. il. pi. 8°.

Reed, Fitch (D. D.). A semi-centennial sermon, preached before the
Oneida Annual Conference, [Methodist Episcopal Church], at
Utica, N. Y., April 19, 1867. Utica, N. Y., 1867. 8°.
Reed, Jacob Whittemore. History of the Reed family in Europe and

America. Boston, 1861. ports. 8°.
Reed, (Rev.) James. Address, [A pi. 19]. (In Sermons in Boston on
the death of Lincoln. 1865.)

Poem, 200th anniversary incorporation of Bridgewater, Mass. (In

Bridgewater. Celebration. 1856.)
Reed, Joseph (b. 1723. d. 1787). The register office ; a farce. (In Lon-
don stage, V. 4 ; and in Inchbald, Mrs. E. S. Col. of farces, v. 3.
1815.)
Reed, Joseph (adj.-gen., b. 1741. d. 1785). Remarks on a late publication
in the Independent gazetteer ; with a short address to the people of
Pennsylvania. . . . Philadelphia, 1783. 8°.
[Same ; with ms. copy of letter of Reed to Washington.] Philadel-
phia, 1783. 12°.
Remarks on Gov. Johnstone's speech in Parliament ; with a collec-
tion of all the letters and authentic papers relative to his proposition,
to engage the interest of one of the delegates of the state of Pennsyl-
vania in the Congress of the States of America, to promote the
views of the British Commissioners. [Ms. title.] Philadelphia,
1779. 8°.
Bancroft, Geo. J. R. ; a historical essay. New York, 1867. 8°.
Johnson, J. G. A criticism of W. B. Reed's aspersions on Dr.' B. Rush, with
consideration of R.'s character; by [J. G. J.], A member of the Philadelphia bar.
Philadelphia, 1867. 8°.



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 3207

Reed, Joseph (adj.-gen., b. 1741. d. 1785).

Reed, W. B. President R. of Pennsylvania; a reply to Bancroft and others.

Philadelphia, 1867. 8°.

[Same.] 3d ed. Philadelphia, 1867. 8°.

President R. of Pennsylvania : correspondence between W. B. R. and J. C.

Hamilton. Morrisania, N. Y., 1867. 1. p. 8°.

A rejoinder to Bancroft's historical essay on R. Philadelphia, 1867. 8°.

Stryker, W. S. The Reed controversy. Further facts with reference to the

character of R. Trenton, N. J., 1876. nar. 4°.

Reed, Joseph J. Outlines of universal history . . . ; pt. i : ancient history.
Philadelphia, 1862. f°.

Reed, Thomas Croswell (D. D.). Christian consolation ; a sermon occa-
sioned by the death of Mrs. S. M. Potter, preached in Schenectady.
Schenectady, 1839. 8°.

Reed, William. History of sugar and sugar-yielding plants. . . . London,
1866. 12".

Reed, William Bradford (LL. D.). Address before the alumni of the
University of Pennsylvania, Nov. 13, 1849. Philadelphia, 1850. 8°.

Address before the Historical Soc. of Penna., Jan. 28, 1848, on the

occasion of opening the hall in the Athenaeum. Philadelphia,
1848. 8°.

Address [on the origin of our Revolutionary Union], delivered before

the Philomathean Soc. of the Univ. of Penna., Nov. i, 1838. Phila-
delphia, 1838. 8°.

Among my books. [Anon.] New York, 187 1. 16°.

A letter on American history. [Anon.] Philadelphia, 1847. 8°.

Oration on the occasion of the re-interment of the remains of Gen.

H. Mercer. Philadelphia, 1840. pi. 8°.

A paper containing a statement and vindication of certain political

opinions. [Anon.] Philadelphia, 1862. 8°.

President J. Reed of Pennsylvania ; correspondence between R. and

J. C. Hamilton. Morrisania, N. Y., 1867. 1. p. 8°.

President [J.] Reed of Pennsylvania ; a reply to George Bancroft and

others. Philadelphia, 1867. 8°.

[Same.] 3d ed. Philadelphia, 1867. 8°.

A rejoinder to Bancroft's historical essay on President [J.] Reed.

Philadelphia, 1867. 8°.

A review of Mr. Seward's diplomacy ; by A northern man. [Phila-
delphia, 1862.] 8°.

The " Valley Forge " forgeries. [Anon.] Philadelphia, 1856. 8°.

(editor). Reprint of the original letters from Washington to Joseph

Reed, during the American Revolution, referred to in the pamphlets
of Lord Mahon and Mr. Sparks. Philadelphia, 1852. 8°.
Rush, B. W. B. R. of Chestnut Hill, Phila. ; expert in the art of exhumation of
the dead. Re-printed from Lond. ed. 1867. 8°.

Reed family.

Reed, J. W. History of the Reed family in Europe and America. Boston, 1861.
ports. 8°.

Reede family. See preceding entry.

Reeks, Trenham. Catalogue of specimens in the Museum of Practical
Geology, illustrative of the composition and manufacture of British
pottery and porcelain ; by Sir H. De la Beche and R. 3d ed., by
R. and F. W. Rudler [reviser]. (Great Britain. Geol. Surv.
Mus. of Pract. Geol.) London, 1876. il. pi. 8".

Reeland, Adrianus. De diis Cabiris. (In Poleni, P. Nov. suppl., v. 4.
I737-)



3208 THE ASTOR LIBRARy.

Reeland, Adrianus. De spoliis templi Hierosolymitani in arcu Titiano
Romse conspicuis liber. (In Thes. antiq. sacr., v. 9. 1 748-) — Dis-
sertatio de diis Cabiris. (In same, v. 23. 1760.) — De Mari Rubro
sive Erythraeo ; — De Monte Garizim ; — De Ophir ; — De situ Par-
adisi terrestris. (In same, v. 7. 1747.) — Diss, de Samaritanis. (In
same, V. 22. 1759) — Oratio de galli cantu Hierosolymis audito.
(In same, v. 27. 1763.) — Palestina ex monumentis veteribus illus-
trata. (In same, v. 6. 1746.) il. maps.
Niceron, J. P. Adrien Reland. (In his M^m. d. horames, v. i ; 10, pt. 1-2. 1729-31.)

Reemelin, Charles. The vine-dresser's manual. . . . New York, 1855. il.
pi. 12°

Reenen, Jacob van. Journal of a journey from the Cape of Good Hope,
undertaken in 1790 and 1791, by R. and others, in search of the
wreck of the Grosvenor. . . ; with additional notes by E. Riou.
London, 1792. map. 4°.

Rees, Evan. Coup d'ceil sur les horreurs de la guerre, extrait de I'ouvrage
d'Eugdne Labaume sur la campagne de Russie en 1812 ; avec des
observations. Londres, 1822. 8°.

Sketches of the horrors of war, chiefly selected from Labaume's nar-
rative of the campaign in Russia in 1812 ; translated from the French,
with observations. 3d ed. London, 1820. 8°.

Rees, George Owen (M. D.). On the analysis of the blood and urine, in
health and disease. From the 2d London ed. (Manuals on the
blood and urine.) Philadelphia, 1848. pi. 12°.

Rees, J. Ruutz. Horace Vernet. (Illustrated biog. of great artists.)
London, 1880. ports, il. pi. 12°.
Includes a biography of Paul Delaroche.

Rees, James. The battle of Saratoga ; a poem. . . . New- York, 1839. 16°.

Foot-prints of a letter-carrier ; or, A history of the world's corre-
spondence. . . . Philadelphia, 1866. 8°.

Shakespeare and the Bible ; added. Prayers on the stage, proper and

improper ; Shakespeare's use of the sacred name of Deity. . . . Phila-
delphia, 1876. 16°.

Rees, Otto van. Geschiedenis der staathuishoudkunde in Nederland tot
het einde der 18. eeuw ; 1-2. deel. Utrecht, 1865-68. 2 v. 8°.

Sub-titles: Vol. i. Oorsprong en karakter van de Nederlandsche nijverheids-
politiek der 17. eeuw. 2. Geschiedenis derkoloniale politiek van de Republiek.

Rees, Richard van. Animadversiones in [J. K. F.] HaufBi Theoriam rec-
tarum parallelarum quas cum auctore communicavit. [Ms.] n. p.,
[1819.?]. sq. 8°.

Rees, Thomas (F. S. A.).

Catalogue of a valuable portion of the library of R. n. t. p. [185- ?] 8°.

Reese, David Meredith (M. D.). Introductory lecture at the opening of
the Albany Medical College, Jan. 2, 1839. Albany, 1839. 8°.

Introductory lecture, Oct. i, 1839. Albany, 1839. 8°.

Reess, (Dr.) Maximilian. Ueber die Natur der Flechten. (Virchow, R.
Samml., 14. Ser. Heft 320.) Berlin, 1879. il. 8°.

Reeve, Henry (M. D., b. 1780. d. 18 14). Journal of a residence at Vienna
and Berlin,. . . 1805-6; published by his son. London, 1877. 12°.

Reeve, Henry (D. C. L., b. 1813). Royal and republican France. Lon-
don, 1872. 2 V. 8°.

(editor). Memoir and correspondence relating to political occurrences

in June and July, 1834; by E. J. [W.] Littleton, first Lord Hath-
erton ; now first published from the original manuscripts. Lon-
don, 1872. 8°.



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 3209

Reeve, Henry (D. C. L., b. 1813, translator). American institutions; by-
Alexis de TocQUEViLLE ; revised and edited, with notes, by Francis
Bowen. 7th ed. Boston, 1874. 12°.

Reeve, Lovell Augustus. Conchologia iconica ; or. Illustrations of the
shells of molluscous animals ; vol. 1-17; continued by G. B. Sowerby,
vol. 18-20. London, 1843-78. 20 v. col. pi. 4°.

Elements of conchology. . . . London, i860. 2 v. col. pi. nar. 4°.

(joint author). Adams, A., and R. Mollusca. (In A.'s Zoology,

voyage of the Samarang. 1850.) London, 1848. col. pi. 4°.

Reeve, N. Money, currency, and values ; the plain road to national pros-
perity, and a safe business. Newburgh, 1874. 8°.

Reeve, Tapping. The law of baron and femme, of parent and child, guar-
dian and ward, master and servant, and of the powers of the courts
of chancery.-. .. 3d ed., with notes and references by A. J. Parker
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