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It is to be regretted that it was deemed expedient to print a
Catalogue of the Astor Library, before it was known that it would
soon be enabled to make large additions to its number of volumes.
The noble purpose of the son of its founder had not then been com-
municated; by his liberality, this collection of books now only
begun, will ere long become so considerable, as to entitle it in point
of numbers to rank with first class libraries, and in point of absolute
completeness to make it in reality a library. It would then' have
been the time, if such a thing is to be done at all, for printing a
catalogue, and it is not unreasonable to predict, that during this now
living age, the principal value of the present one will be to mark
the proportions between the newborn child and the full grown man.
Of the library as it is, the first volume of the catalogue is here pre-
sented, and as its plan differs in some respects from that of most
other catalogues, some explanation of it may be desirable. The plan
is that of a Dictionary or alphabetical Index in two parts — the first,
of authors and books — the second, of subjects. In the first part
the books in the library are entered in strict alphabetical order
under the name of the author as found upon the title page, or
annexed to the dedication or preface, and if anonymous they are
entered by their titles. In the latter case, the word of the title
which constitutes its main subject is that under which it is entered,
and not as is usual, under that of the first word of the title which
is not an article or preposition. The reason for this deviation is, that
few persons can be presumed to remember precisely, what the first
word of a title is, whereas the leading subject of it cannot fail to be



known. When a book is published under an assumed name and is
continued under the same, the assumed name is that under which it
is entered upon the catalogue, with a cross reference, if need be, to
the author's real name. Biographies are placed under the name of
the author and not under that of the subject of the biography ; in
the second part of the catalogue, that of the subject will govern.
Geographical and historical works are in all cases entered under the
authors' names, except state papers, public documents and the like,
which will be found under the name of the Empire, Kingdom, Coun-
try, County, or City to which they relate. Transactions of academies
and other learned societies are placed under the name of the city
in which the meetings of the society are usually held — literary,
scientific, and other Journals and Periodicals under their leading title.
In a word, the most specific title is adopted in preference to a more
general one in determining where in the catalogue it is to be entered.
Collective titles, as Analecta, Bibliothecas, Tracts, Works, <fcc., are
specified under the collective head, and again entered in the alphabeti-
cal place to which the individual work belongs as far as practicable.
The design of the catalogue throughout, is to facilitate the use of the
library both to reader and attendant, and for that reason all biblio-
graphical quiddling has been carefully eschewed. The entry of an
author's publications under the general title of works is next to no
entry at all, especially for those not exceedingly familiar with books,
and it is for persons of this class that the catalogue is mainly intended.
Readers that know what books they want never need a Catalogue
of any kind except to know if the books wanted are in the library
to which they repair.

These are some of the distinctive features of the first part of
the Astor Library Catalogue, or Alphabetical Index of Authors
and Books. In the second, or Index of subjects, the same alphabeti-
cal order will be observed. Every man's experience teaches him,
that the Dictionary form is the best of all forms for a guide to needed
knowledge, and that with such an aid the right track is surely and


easily found. A philosophical system of classification for a library
supposes that one mind can follow in the track of another, and can
take time to reflect and discover what that track is; hence the diffi-
culty of finding a book sought for in what is called a catalogue rai-
sonne. There are very many books of which the appropriate place
has never been fixed in any system of classification. Where, for
example, shall works on suicide be placed, or what must be the classi-
fier's creed to authorize him to decide what books must come into the
class of orthodox and canonical, and what into that of heretical and
schismatic ? In view of these and other difficulties, the only unob-
jectionable plan for the second part of the Astor Library printed
Catalogue seemed to be that of a simple dictionary of subjects, and
it certainly is the one which renders the library most easy of con-
sultation. Readers who wish for something more can have recourse
to the classed catalogues in manuscript, or the fuller and more minute
Bibliographies in that department of the Library.

The Alphabetical Catalogue will probably require eight volumes
of the size of the present, four for each part ; the remaining three of
the first part will be brought out as speedily as can be done, consis-
tent with the labour requisite to secure to them tolerable correctness,
and the re visional part of this labour cannot be divided ; it can be
performed only by the mind and eye of one person.

Astor Library, September 1, 1857.





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Det norske Folkesprogs Grammatik. 8vo. Kristiania, 1848

Abailard P. Ouvrages ine'dits, publics par Y. Cousin. 4to. Paris, 1836

Abano P. de. Tractatus de Yenenis. 4to. Padue, 1473

Abarca P. Los Keyes de Aragon. 2 vols. Fol. Madrid, 1682-84

Abat B. Amusements philosophiques. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1763

Abati A. Delle Frascherie, Fasci tre. 8vo. Yenezia, 1651

Abbadie J. A Yindication of the Truth of the Christian Religion.

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1694

The Deity of Jesus Christ essential to the Christian Reli-

gion. 8vo. London, 1777

Abbadie A. T d' et J. A. Chaho. Etudes grammaticales sur la Langue

euskarienne. 8vo. Paris, 1836

Abbeville, Memoires de la Society d'Emulation. 8vo. Abbeville, 1833

Abbot A. Letters written in the Interior of Cuba. 8vo. Boston, 1829

A. and E. Genealog. Register of the Descendants of George,

Thomas, Arthur, and Robert Abbot. 8vo. Boston, 1847

J. Natural History of the Rarer Lepidopterous Insects of

Georgia, from the Observations of J. A., by J. E. Smith.
French and English. 2 vols. Fol. London, 1797

Abbott J. S. C. A Summer in Scotland. 12mo. New York, 1848

i J. History of the Romish and English Hierarchies.

8vo. London, 1838
Yol. I. 1


Abbreviations. Modus legendi abbreviaturas, passim occurrentes.

8vo. Lugduni, 1564
Lexicon abruptionuni quae in Numismatibus Romano-
rum occurrunt. 12mo. Norirabergae, 1777

Explicatio Literarum et Notarum in antiquis Romano-

rum Monumentis occurrentium. 12mo. Florentise, 1832
Abdollatiph. Historise ^Egypti Compendium Arabice et Latine. Illus-

travit J. White. 4to. Oxonii, L800

Relation de l'ifcgypte, trad, par Silvestre de Sacy.

4to. Paris, 1810
Abdorrahman ben Ahmed Djami. Resemblances Linear and Verbal,

from the Persian, by F. Gladwin. 12mo. London, 1811

Abd-ulkahir. The Mi,ut Amil and Shurhoo Mi,ut Ainil, translated by

A. Lockett. Arabic and English. 8vo. Calcutta, 1814

Abdullah-Elkys. Khamsi Nergeci. Turkish Tales in Turkish.

8vo. Boulac, 1255 of the Hegira
Abdu-r-Razzaq. Dictionary of the Technical Terms of the Sufies, edited

by Dr. A. Sprenger. 8vo. Calcutta, 1845

Abeille J. Traite des Hydropisies et des Kystes. 8vo. Paris, 1852

Etudes cliniques sur la Paraplegic 8vo. Paris, 1854

Abeille me'dicale. A semi-monthly Journal. Yol. 1-12. 4to. Paris, 1844-1855
Abeken W. Mittelitalien vor den Zeiten Romischer Herrschaft.

8vo. Stuttgart, 1843
Abel C. Narrative of a Journey in the Interior of China. 4to. London, 1818

N. H. CEuvres completes, avec des Notes par Holmboe.

2 vols. 4to. Christiania, 1839

Memoire sur une Propriete gene*rale des Fonctions tran-

scendantes. Lu k l'Academie franchise. 4to. Paris, 1826

F. A. and C. L. Bloxam. Handbook of Chemistry.

8vo. Philadelphia, 1854
Aben Hajarchi. Sepher Hamanhig in Hebrew. 8vo. Berlin, 1855

Aben-Hamin. See Hita Perez de.
Abercrombie J. The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings. New York, 1833

Inquiries concerning the Intellectual Powers. 12mo.

London, 1838

Miscellaneous Essays. 12mo. New York, 1845

Father's Gift. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1818

Pathological and Practical Researches on Diseases of

the Stomach. 12mo. London, 1837

Pathological and Practical Researches on Diseases

of the Brain and Spinal Cord.

4th edition. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1845
Abernethy J. Surgical Works. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1811

• Surgical Observations on Local Diseases, and on Aneu-
risms. 9th Edition. 8vo. London, 1827

The Same. 11th Edition. 8vo. London, 1829

Physiological Lectures. 8vo. London, 1817

The Same. 2d Edition. 8vo. London, 1822

Introductory Lecture, exhibiting some of Mr. Hunter's

Opinions respecting Life and Diseases. 8vo. London, 1823

Inquiry into the Probability and Rationality of Mr. Hun-

ter's* Theory of Life. A new Edition. 8vo. London, 1821


Abernethy J. The Hunterian Oration for tlie year 1819. 8vo. London, 1819
Abrahams N. C. L. Description des MSS. francais du Moyen-Age de
la Bibliotheque R. de Copenhague.

4to. Copenhague, 1844
Abrantes Duchesse d' (Madame Junot). Memoires sur la Ee*stauration.

7 vols. 18mo. Bruxelles, 1835
Memoires ou Souvenirs historiques sur Napo-
leon. 2d Edition. 12 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1835

Histoire des Salons de Paris.

3d Edition. 6 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1837

Souvenirs d'une Ambassade en Espagne.

2 vols. 12mo. Bruxelles, 1838

Abrdge' chronologique de l'Histoire ecclesiastique. 3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1768

de toutes les Sciences. 12mo. Paris et Lyons, 1806

de l'Histoire des Empereurs romains. 8vo. Rouen, 1607

du Guide des Yoyageurs en Europe. . 8vo. Paris, 1803

elementaire des Sections coniques. 8vo. Paris, 1777

Abreu J. M. d'. Supplement a la Traduction de la Geomdtrie d'Euclide

de M. Peyrard. 8vo. Agen, 1809

Abreu-y-Bertodano J. A. Coleccion de los Tratados de Paz, &c, hechos

por los Pueblos, Reyes, &c, de Espana.

12 vols. Folio. Madrid, 1740-52
Abreu de Galindo P. F. Juan de. See Glas. Canary Islands.

Abu-Abd Allah-Mohammed. Beni Zeiyan, Rois de Tlemcen. Traduit

de l'Arabe par J. J. L Barges. 12mo. Paris, 1852

Abu-Bekr Mohammed Ben Alhacan Alkarkhi. Traite d'Algebre pre-
cede" d'un Memoire sur l'Algebre indetermine'e
chez les Arabes par F. "Woepcke. 8vo. Paris, 1853

Abudacnus J. (Abu-dh-Dhakn) Historia Jacobitarum seu Coptorum,
cum Annotationibus K". et S. Havercampi.

8vo. Lugd. Bat. 1740

Same, translated into English from an earlier edition.

4to. London, 1692

Abu-Dschafer-Mohammed. Tabaristanensis, sive Annales Regum et
Legatorum Dei. Ex codice Berolinensi Arabice edidit
et in Latinum transtulit J. G. L. Kosegarten.

3 vols. 4to. Gryphisvaldiae, 1831-53

Chronique traduite par L. Dubeux. 4to. Paris, 1836

Abuhali Arab. Astrologus, de Judiciis Nativitatum. 4to. Noribergse, 1549
Ibn Omar. Astrologia Terrestris. 12mo. Freystadt, 1730

Abu-Ishak-el-Farssi-el Isstachri. II Segistan. 4to. Milano, 1842

Das Buch der Lander (Liber Climatum), iibersetzt von

A. D. Mortmann. 4to. Hamburg, 1845

Abu-1-Baqa. Kulliiat. Encyclopaedia of Science in Arabic.

Fol. Boulak, 1253, Mahommedan Era. (1838)
Abu-1-Fazl. SeeAkbar.

Abu-1-feda Ismael Ibn Ali. Annales Muslemici. Arabice et Latine.

Edidit J. G. C. Adler.

5 vols. 4to. Hafnise, 1789-96

Historia Ante-Islamica. Arabice et Latine.

Edidit H. O. Fleischer. 4to. Lipsiae, 1831


Abu-1-feda Ismael Ibn AH. Descriptio JSgypti. Latine vertit, Notas ad-

jecit J. D. Michaelis. 4to. Goettingae, 1776

De Vita et Rebus Gestis
Edidit Gagnier.

Fol. Oxon. 1723

Abulghasi Bahadur Chani. Historia Mongolorum et Tatarorum nunc

primum Tatarice edita. Fol. Casani, 1825

Histoire des Tatars, traduite en francais.

12mo. Leyde, 1726
Abul-Hassan-Ali. Traite des Instruments astronoiniques arabes, trad.

par J. J. Sedillot. 2 vols. 4to. Paris, 1834

Le Livre de la grande Table Hakemite, traduit par

Caussin. 4to. Paris, 1804

Abul Kasim. See Firdousi.
Abul-Maani's Jewelenschniire iibersetzt durch von Hammer.

12mo. Wien, 1822
Abu-1-Pharajius Gregorius Bar Hebrseus. Specimen Histories Arabum.

Edidit E. Pocockius. 4to. Oxoniae, 1663

Historia compendiosa Dynastiarum. Arabice edita, et

Latine versa ab E. Pocockio cum Suppl.

2 vols. 4to. Oxoniae, 1663

Grammatica Linguae Syriacae in Metro Ephraemeo.

Edidit Bertheau. 8vo. Gottingen, 1843

Abu-Mohammed-Assaleh. Historia dos Soberanos Mohametanos que
reinarao na Mauritania, traduzida par A. Moura.

4to. Lisboa, 1828
Abu-Taleb-Khan. Travels in Asia, Africa, and Europe, translated from

the Persian by Charles Stewart. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1810

Same. 2d Edition. 3 vols. 12ino. London, 1814

Abu Zachariya Tahya el-Nawawi. Biographical Dictionary of Illus-
trious Men, chiefly at the beginning of Islamism.
Arabic Text. Now first edited by F. Wustenfield.

8vo. Gottingen,


Abu-1-Zafar-Moizz-oud-din-Chah. The Shah of Oude. Haft Kulzum,
The Seven Seas. Dictionary and Grammar of the
Persian Language in Persian. 7 vols. Folio. Lucknow, 1822

Academia, Academie, Academy, and Accademia. Transactions, and
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St. Petersburg,







Academiarum quee aliquando fuere et hodie sunt in Europa Catalogus

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totius Orbis Christiani Catalogus. 12mo. Witebergse, 1541

omnium et quarundam illustrium Scholarum totius Eu-

rop8eErectiones,Fundatione8,&c. 12mo. Francophorti, 1554


Academiarum celebrium universi Terrarum Orbis Libri VIII. auctore

J. Middendorpio. 12mo. Coloniae Agrippinae, 1602

Acarete. Voyage up the river La Plata, from the French of Thevenot.

8vo. London, 1698

Accum F. Nouveau Manuel de la Fabrication des Vins de Fruits.

12mo. Paris, 1851

Acerbi J. Travels through Sweden, Finland, and Lapland.

2 vols. 4to. London, 1802

Acerra philologica, 6'fwersatte af P. B. 8vo. Stockholm, 1737

Acharius, E. Synopsis methodica Lichenum. 8vo. Lund. 1814

Acharya Bhascara. Lilavati, Arithmetic, in Persian from the Sanscrit.

8vo. Calcutta, 1827
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&c. 2d series. 14 vols. 8vo. London, 1816-22

Ackermann C. Das christliche im Plato und in der platonischen Philo-
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J. F. Observations Physical and Astronomical. 4to. Kiliae, 1770

E. The Microcosm of London. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1809

The History of St. Peter's, Westminster ; its Antiqui-
ties and Monuments. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1812

A History of the University of Oxford; its Colleges,

Halls, &c. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1814

A History of the University of Cambridge ; its Colleges,

Halls, &c. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1815

The History of the Colleges of Winchester, Eton, and

Westminster; with the Charter-house, the Schools
of St. Paul's, Merchant Tailors', Harrow, Rugby, and
Christ's Hospital. 4to. London, 1816

Acland, H. D. The Glorious Recovery by the Vaudois of their Val-
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Acosta, C. Trattato della Historia, Natura, et Virtu delle Droghe Medi-
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Spagnuola. 4to. Venetia, 1585

J. de. Historia Naturale e Morale delle Indie. Tradotta

della Lingua spagnuola da Gallucci. 4to. Venetia, 1596

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Acrelius J. Beskrifning om de Swenska Forsamlingars fornaoch narwar-
ande tilstand, uti det sa Kallade nja Swerige, Sedan nya
Nederland, men nu for tiden Pensylvanien, etc.

4to. Stockholm, 1759
Acta Eruditorum. 50 vols. 4to. Lipsiae, 1682-1731

Supplementum. 10 vols. 4to. Lipsiae, 1692-1734

Nova Acta. 45 vols. 4to. LipsiaB, 1732-1776

Supplementum. 8 vols. 4to. Lipsiae, 1735-1758

Index. 6 vols. 4to. Lipsiae, 1693-1745

et Nova Acta Physico-Medica. Acad. Caes. Leop.-Carolinae Na-

turae Curiosorum. See Bonn.

Regia. Or an Account of the Treaties, Letters, and Instruments

between the Monarchs of England and Foreign Powers, pub-
lished in Mr. Rymer's Foedera. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1726-27


Acta Sanctorum collegit I. Bollandus, et continuaverunt alii.

55 vols. Fol. Autverpise, Tongarloae, et Bruxellis, 1643-1853

Auctarium, seu Notae ad Acta Sanctorum tomi Y. Octobris.

Fol. Bruxellis, 1852

Sanctorum Ordinis S. Benedicti, collegit L. d'Achery. Edidit J.

Mabillon. 9 vols. Fol. Venetiis, 1733

Societatis Medicse Hauniensis. 2 vols. 8vo. Havniae, 1777-79

Regiae Societatis Medicae Hauniensis. 3 vols. 8vo. Havniae, 1783-92

Nova Regies Societatis Medicae Hauniensis.

3 vols. 8vo. Havniae, 1818-29
See also Copenhagen.

Actes et Me*moires concernant les Negociations qui ont eu lieu entre
la France et les Etats-Unis de 1 Amerique depuis 1793 jusqu'a
1800. 3 vols. 12mo. Londres, 1807

Actos de Cortes del Reyno de Aragon. Fol. Qaragoga, 1608

Acts and Proceedings of the General Assemblies of the Kirk of Scot-
land, from the year 1560 to 1618. Edited by Tho. Thomson.

3 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1839

of the Apostles, in the Siamese Language. 12mo. Bangkok, 1848

of the Parliament of Great Britain. A Compendious Abstract of

the Public General Acts of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland. 4 George IY. 1823—13 Victoria 1849.

7 vols. 4to. London,. 1823-49

of the Parliaments of Scotland, 1124-1707.

11 vols. Fol. London, 1819-24
Acuna and Acarete. Yoyages and Discoveries in South America.

Done into English. 8vo. London, 1698

Adair J. The History of the American Indians. 4to. London, 1775

J. M. Unanswerable Arguments against the Abolition of the

Slave Trade. 8vo. London, 1790

Adalbert Prince of Prussia. Travels in the South of Europe and

in Brazil. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1849

Adam A. Roman Antiquities. 12th edition, corrected, improved,

and enlarged, by the Rev. J. K. Major. 8vo. London, 1835

T. M. English Hindui Dictionary. 8vo. Calcutta, 1838

R. Ruins of the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro

in Dalmatia. Fol. s. 1. 1764

The Religious World Displayed. A Yiew of the Four Grand

Systems of Religion. 3 vols. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1818

W. The Law and Custom of Slavery in British India.

12mo. London, 1840
Adami A. F. Poesie. 8vo. Firenze, 1755

Adams E. The Polychromatic Ornaments of Italy. Fol. London.

C. Die Harmonischen Yerhaltn. Beitrage zu neurem Geom.

Vol. 1. 8vo. Winterthur, 1845

Die Lehre v. d. Transversal. 8vo. Winterthur, 1849

Das Malfattische Problem neu geldst. 4to. Winterthur, 1846

G. An Essay on Electricity. 8vo. London, 1785

Plates for the Essays on the Microscope. 4to. London, 1787

H. A Yiew of Religions. A new edition, to which is prefixed

an Essay on Truth, by A. Fuller. 8vo. London, 1805


Adams H. The History of the Jews, etc. 8vo. London, 1818

J. The Pronunciation of the English Language vindicated from

imputed Anomaly and Caprice. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1799

Memoirs of the Life and Doctrines of the late John Hunter.

8vo. London, 1818

Yiew of Universal History, from the Creation to the Present

Time. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1795

The History of France. New edition, 3 vols. 8vo. London, s. a.

Sketches taken during ten Yoyages to Africa, between the

years 1786 and 1800. 8vo. London, s. a.

J. President U. S". "Works, with a Life of the Author, Notes

and Illustrations by his Grandson.

Yols. 2-9. 8vo. Boston, 1850-54

A Yiew of the Constitutions of Government of the United

States of America. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1794

Correspondence. Originally published in the Boston Patriot.

8vo. Boston, 1809

and William Cunningham. Correspondence between, begin-

ning in 1803 and ending in 1812. 8vo. Boston, 1823

Letters addressed to his Wife. 2 vols. 12mo. Boston, 1841

Discourses on Davila. Papers on Political History.

8vo. Boston, 1805

J. C. An Explanation of the Observed Irregularities in the

Motion of Uranus. 8vo. London, 1846

J. Q., Pres. U. S. Letters on Silesia, written during a Tour

through that Country in 1800 and 1801. 8vo. London, 1804
The Jubilee of the Constitution. 8vo. New York, 1839

Dermot Mac Morrogh. In Four Cantos. Second

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Report on Weights and Measures. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1821

Letters on the Masonic Institution. 8vo. Boston, 1847

N. Annals of Portsmouth, N. Hampshire. 8vo. Portsmouth, 1825

South Side Yiew of Slavery. 8vo. Boston, 1854

R. The Narrative of Robert Adams, a Sailor, who was wrecked

on the Western Coast of Africa in the year 1810. Edited

by S. Cock. 4to. London, 1816

T. An Exposition upon the Second Epistle General of Peter,

revised by James Sherman. Royal 8vo. London, 1848

W. B. English Pleasure Carriages, their Origin, History, &c.

8vo. London, 1837

Adamson J. Life of Camoens. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1820
Bibliotheca Lusitana. Catalogue of Books and Tracts relat-
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12mo. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1836

Addams J. Reports of Cases in the Ecclesiastical Courts, and in the

High Court of Appeals. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1823-25

Addison C. J. Damascus and Palmyra. A Journey to the East,
with a Sketch of the State and Prospects of Syria.

2 vols. 12mo. Philadelphia, 1838

C. G. The History of the Knights Templars, the Temple

Church, and the Temple. 4to. London, 1842


Addison G. A. Original Familiar Correspondence between Residents,

including Sketches in Java. . 12mo. Edinburgh, 1846
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West Barbary, or a Short Narrative of the Revolutions of the

Kingdoms of Fez and Morocco. 12mo. Oxford, 1671

Adresse de la Convention nationale au Peuple francais, traduite en

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Adelon N. P. Physiologie de l'Homme. 2e Edition.

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Nachrichten von Altdeutschen gedichten welche aus der

Heidelbergischen Bibliothek in die Yatikanische gekom-
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J. C. Mithridates oder allg. Sprachen Kunde mit dem

Vater unser in beinahe funf hundert Sprachen und
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Mundart, zweyte Ausgabe.

4 vols. 4to. Leipzig, 1793-1801

— Auszug aus dem grammatisch-Kritischen Wdrterbuche

der hochdeutschen Mundart.

4 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1793-1802

Bibliotheca Sanscrita, Literatur der Sanscrit Sprache

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An Historical Sketch of Sanscrit Literature. From

the German. With numerous Additions and Correc-
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Umstandliches Lehrgebaude der deutschen Sprache.

2 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1782

J. C. L. Allgemeiner deutscher Briefsteller. 8te. Aufgabe.

8vo. Niirnberg, 1834

Ademollo A. Marietta de' Ricci. 12mo. Firenze, 1841

Adhemar J. Revolutions de la Mer. 8vo. Paris, 1842

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