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Rev. Joseph Louis Bihn. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)384, port.
BILES, William (fl.1679). Pa. pioneer, Quaker preacher.

White, Miles, Jr. William Biles. Penn Mag 26(1902)58-70,192-206,348-59.


BILLIARDS. Game of skill, played on tables with ivory balls.

Billiards, Low Norf Ant 4(1902)77.
'BILLS of credit." Form of colonial currency.

R o b y, James. The "raising" of bills of credit, 1776. Best Bull 7(1902)460-2.
BILTMORE. Estate of Geo. W. Vanderbilt near Asheville, N. C.

W e s t o n, G. F. Biltmore, estate of Geo. W. Vanderbilt. Ctry Life Am 2(1902)180(8).
BINGHAM, Harry (1821-1900). N. H. lawyer and politician.

Batchellor. Albert Stillman. Address before the Graftou and Cuo* counties bur association at the meeting
hold at Woodsville, for the presentation of memoirs of Harry Bingham, December 11, 1900. Relations
to literature. Concord, N. H., Rumford press, 1902. 19 p. 23cm. [L.C. 2-19819]
BINGHAM, John A. (b.1815). Ohio Congressman, V. S. minister to Japan.

F o r a k e r, J. B. John A. Bingham. Address at Cadiz. O., Oct. 5, 1901. Ohio Arch & Hist Pub 10(1902)

ail -661.
BININGER, Abraham (1720-1811). Moravian missionary to West Indies.

Pine, John B. Abraham Binlnger. N Y Rec 33(1902)135-7.
BIOGRAPHY, Gen. Collected works on Am. biography.

Armstrong, W. J. The greatest living men. Columbus, O., Harriman, 1902.

Banks, Louis Albert. Youth of famous Americans, by Rev. Louis Albert Banks... New York, Eaton &
Mains; Cincinnati, Jennings & Pye [1902] 302 p. incl. port. 16^cm. [L.C. 2-20251]

Contemporary American biography. Biographical sketches of representative men of the day. N. Y., At-
lantic Pub. & Engraving Co., 1902. pp. 449. 4o. port. [41. Men. in :N E Reg 57(1903)232(F.W.Parke)
"a full treasury of reference and information."

Hamm, Margherita Arlina. Builders of the republic; some great Americans who have aided in the making
of the nation. New York, J. Pott & company, 1902. xviii, 410 p. front., pi., port., facsim. 20%cm.
[Contents. George Washington. Benjamin Franklin. Thomas Jefferson. Alexander Hamilton. John
Jay. John Adams. George Clinton. Samuel Adams. Philip Livingston. Roger Sherman. Philip John
Sobuyler. James Madison. Patrick Henry. Henry Knox. Robert Morrlp. John Hancock. John Paul
Jones. Elbrldge Gerry. James Otis. Robert R. Livingston. John Marshall. Gouverneur Morris.
Richard Henry Lee. Anthony Wayne. Abraham Lincoln. L.C. 2-22283]

Hamm, Margherita A. Famous families of New York. Historical and biographical sketches of families
which in successive generations have been identified with the development of the nation. N. Y., Put-
nams. 2 vola. 17-256, 8-269 p. So. [Rev.ln:Nation 76(1903)31 "like a glorified 'Who's Who'... in-
structive ... rather for reference than. . .literary delectation ... index" ; N Y Rec 34(1903)67-8]

Harrison, Mitchell C[harles] cotnp. Prominent and progressive Americans; an encyclopaedia of contem-
poraneous biography. [New York] New York tribune, 1902. port. 29cm. [L.C. 3-180]

Herringshaw, Thomas W. ed. and oomp. Herringshaw's encyclopedia of American biography of the nine-
teenth century. Chicago, 1902. 4o. pp. 1046, ports. [ Mag 1(1902)234-5 "utter[ly] unre-
liable and worthless ... filled with errors ... will do Incalculable harm." Nevertheless is very useful for
names not found elsewhere and many small but excellent ports.]

National cyclopedia of Am. biography. N. Y., J.T. White, vs. 9,10,1901; v. 11,1901-2. 12 v. 80. ill.

Neville, Ja. E. ed. Famous sayings of famous Americans. Syracuse Courier Pr., 1902. 16o.

Smith, Helen Ainslie. ...One hundred famous Americans. . .revised to date, with article on "Hall of
fame" by Chancellor H.M.MacCracken. . . [Hall of fame ed.] New York, G.Routledge 4 sons, limited
[1902] viii, 674 p. front., ill., port. 22%cm. [L.C. 2-21265]

Stephen, Leslie. Studies of a biographer, vol. 3 and 4. (second series) N. Y., Putnam, 1902. [Rev. in:
Nation 75(1902)505-6 "delightfully characteristic. . .to Emerson Mr. Stephen. . .gives a surprisingly sym-
pathetic essay."]

True stories of great Americans. Milwaukee, H.G. Campbell. 1902. 12 v.

Wall, W. What great men have said about great men. N. Y., Dutton, 1902. 12o.

Who's Who in America. A biographical dictionary of notable living men and women of the United States,
1901-2. Chicago, A.N.Marquls & Co. [1901]. 16-1304 p.

Who's Who, 1902. An annual biographical dictionary. London, Adam and Chas. Black; N. Y., Macmillan,
1902. 142 p. [Rev.ln:Nation 74(1902)92 "More inclusive ... than last year's issue. . .has a universal out-
look... main value still British"; Dial 32(1902)131 "useful. . .biographies include a few Americans ... se-
lection ... made after a haphazard fashion."]

Young, J. R. Men and memories. N. Y., Neely, 1902. 2 v. afed 1 v. 12o.

Note. For current American biography such annual works as the directories of Congress and state legis-
lature, ecclesiastical year books, college directories of graduates, the "Minerva," etc.
BIRBECK, Morris (d.1825). HI. pioneer, abolitionist.

An English farmer at Pittsburgh In 1817. Pittsb Bull 7(1902)189-95.


BIRD, Wm. (1823-1902). Presb. clerg. and missionary, Syria, 1852-1902.

J e s s u p, Sam. Rev. Wm. Bird. Ass Her 7(1902)448-9.
BISNEY, James G. (1792-1857). Ala. and Ky. abolitionist editor and writer.

James G. Birney and the Philomathic Society of the Univ. of Ala. Gulf Mag 1(1902)214.
BIRTHRATE. Proportion of births to inhabitants.

W e s t o n, J. The weak spot in the American republic. 19th Cent 52(1902)905-12.
BISHOP, Joel Prentiss (1814-1901). Mass, lawyer and publicist.

Bishop, Chas. S. Joel Prentiss Bishop, LL.D. Am Law R 36(1902)1-9, port.
" . BLACK BEARD (d.1717). Name for Edward Teach, pirate off southern coast.

A s h e, S. A. The old pirates, Black Beard and Bonnett. N C Bookl 2.2(1902)3-23.
BLACK, James (fl.1729). Va. physician.

A Virginia doctor's medicines, 1729 (note). Va Mag 10(1902)216-7.
BLACK, Jeremiah Sullivan (1810-83). Pa. Chief Justice, TJ. 8. Attor. Gen., Sec'y of State.

J o n e s, J. S. Why Judge Black withdrew from the. . .trial of Brest. Johnson. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)244-8.
BLACK, John (fl.1807). Quebec deputy.

M. Black, Depute de Qufibec. Rech Hist 8(1902)200.
BLACK HAWK War. War with Sac and Fox Indians, 1832.

Williams, John R. (Comp. Burton, C. M.) The Black Hawk War. Mich Hist Coll '01.31(1902)313-471.
BLACK Hills. Mountains in S.W. of South Dakota and N.E. of Wyoming.

Sanford, John I, comp. The Black Hills souvenir; a pictorial and historic description of the Black Hills.
Denver, Col., Printed by the Williamson-Haffner engraving co., 1902. 223 p. 111., col. front. 17% T
23y 2 cm. [L.C. 3-2704]
BLACK Warrior (River) expedition. Exp. of Creek war, 1813-14.

H a 1 b e r t, H. S. ...Black Warrior expeditions during the Creek war of 1813 and 1814? Gulf Mag 1

BLACKBURN, Wm. Maxwell (1828-98). 111. and Dak. Presb. clerg., educator and historian.

[ R i g g s, T. L.] William Maxwell Blackburn. S Dakota Hist Soc Col 1(1902)25-36.
BLAKE, Francis (b.1860). Mass, astronomer and inventor.

Francis Blake, A. M. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)334.
BLAKE, S. Leroy (d.1902). Conn. Congregational clergyman and writer.

B i x 1 e r, James W. Rev. S. Leroy Blake, D. D. Am Miss 56(1902)426.
BLAKELEY, Johnston (1781-1814). North Carolina naval officer.

B a 1 1 1 e, K. P. A N. C. naval hero and his daughter. Capt. Johnston Blakely. N C Bookl 1.9(1901)3-15.

Shepard, James. Samuel Blakesley of New Haven, Conn., and his descendants. Boston, Press of D.Clapp
& son, 1902. 15 p. 25%cm. ["Reprinted for the author from the New-England historical and genea-
logical register for July, 1902." Sl.note ln:N Y Rec 33(1902)253; Northw Q 5(1902)154.
L.C. 2-24595]
S h e p a r d, James, Esq. Samuel Blakesley of New Haven, Conn., and his descendants. N E Reg 56

BLANCHARD, Samuel Stillman (1835-1901). Mass, merchant, State senator.

S a m u e Stillman Blanchard. N E Reg 56(1902)Suppl llv-lvi.
BLOCKADE. Closing of an enemy's port by effective patrol.

S p r u n t, James. Tales of the Cape Fear blockade. N C Bookl 1.10(1902)5-112, 111.
BLOOMFIELD, N. J. Village of Essex Co. 4 m. N.N.W. of Newark.

Hulin, Stephen Morris. Real and ideal Bloomfield; the briefly-told story of church-town, township and in-
corporated town of to-day... Bloomfleld, N. J., Groebe-McGovern co>., Newark, N. J., 1902. 3 p. 1., 9-
63, [1] p. incl. front., ill. 2514cm. [L.C. 3-1270]
BLOOMINGTON, 111. City, county seat of McLean Co., 44 m. N. of Deoatur.

H a r i n g, Theo. TUchtige deutscbe Manner Bloomington's. Deutsch-Am G 2.4(1902)39-42.
BLOUNT, Hamilton H. (fl.1902). TT. S. Army officer.

IT. S. War dept. ...Court-martial and military services of Hamilton H. Blunt. Letter from the secre-
tary of war, transmitting a copy of all records and papers... February 12, 1902. Referred to the
Committee on military affairs and ordered to be printed. [Warshington, Gov't print, off., 1902] 157 p.
23%cm. (57th Cong., 1st sess. Senate. Doc. no. 185) [L.C. 3-3436]
BLOTTNT, William (1747-1800). TJ. S. senator, Gov. of Territory of Tenn.

R a m s e y, J. G. M. Letter [ab. Gov. Blount]. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)38-54.


BLOUNT family.

[Presoott, Helen M. Blount] Blount and Blunt. [Washington, D. C.] Press of W.F.Roberts, 1902.

geneal. chart, 56 x 43%cm. [L.C. 2-12289]
B6CHER, Ferdinand (1832-1902). Harvard Prof, of modern languages.

6 r a n d g e n t, C. H. Ferdinand Bo'cher. Harv Grad M 11(1902-3)42-5. port.

BOEHM family.

Horn, A[lfred] P. ed. Proceedings of the re-union of Apple's church and of the Boehm family, celebrated
at Apple's or New Jerusalem Reformed and Lutheran church, Leithsvtlle, Northampton county, Pa.,
September 14, 1895. Hellertown, Pa., H.D.Lanbach, 1902. 154 p. pi., port. 23cm. [L.C. 2-20018]
BOHEMIAN Americans. Natives of Bohemia living in the U. S.

V 1 a c h, J. J. Our Bohemian population. Wise Hist Proc '01(1902)159-<52.
BOISSIERE, Ernest Valeton (1810-94). Kansas horticulturist and philanthropist.

H u r o n, G. A. Ernest Valeton Boissiere. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)552-64.
BOLGER, Henry L. Pinckney (1846-1901). 8. C. judge and legislator.

Henry L. Pinckney Bolger [Obit.]. S C Hist Mag 3(1902)08.
BOLIVIA, S. A. Republic lying inland between Brazil, Argentine, Chile and Peru.

Between the Andes and the Amazon, or Undeveloped Bolivia. Chanib J 79(1902)157(Mr).
C h a r c b, G. E. Bolivia by the Rio de la Plata route. Geog J 19(1902)64(Ja).
M c I 1 r o y, Arthur. Bolivia field for American trade. Nat'l M (Bost) 15(1901-2)691-6, 111., port.
NordensklSld, E. Explorations dans les regions f rontifires de la Bollvie et de la Republiqne Argen-
tine. Geog Bull Aoflt (1902).

Perez, A. G. Orcanlzaci6n mllltar de America. Bolivia. Estud Milit 5 Aout (1902).
BOLTON, Conn. Township of Tolland Co. 17 m. E. of Hartford.

Talcott, M. K. Records of the church In Bolton, Conn. N E Reg 55(1901)34-9,281-7; 56(1902)162-7,

BONAPARTE, Joseph (1768-1844). King of Spain, resident of V. S.

T o m 1 1 n s o n, E. T. When the King of Spain was an exile in northern N. Y. Indep 54(1902)449-52.
BONAPARTE, Louis Napoleon (1803-73). French emperor.

Stevenson, Sara Y. Prince Louis Napoleon and the Nicaragua canal. Cent 64(1902)391-6, port.
BONNETT, Steed (fl.1617). North Carolina pirate.

A -. h .-, S. A. The old pirates, Black Beard and Bennett. N C Bookl 2.2(1902)3-23.
BOOK Plates. Printed or engraved labels to mark ownership of books.

Allen, Charles Dexter. The appeal of the book plate, antiquarian and artistic. Cent 63(1901-2)238-47.
C h a d w 1 c k, E. H. Book plates. Acadiensis 2(1902)122-130. facs.. 111.
H a r d y, W. J. American book plates. Am Herald J 2(1902)2-6.
Jack, David Russell. Book plates. Acadiensis 2(1902)189-97,276-8, facs., ill.
BOOKBINDING. The fastening together and covering of the parts of books.

B o w d o i n, W. G. American bookbinders and their work. Tndep 54(1902)2997-3004, ill.
B o w d o i n, W. G. Artistic bookbinding in America. Outl 71(1902)254-61, 111.
BOOKKEEPING. Systematic keeping of business accounts.

A business cutom in Boston, 1719 [Bookkeeping methods]. Bost Bull 7(1902)73.
BOOKS. Printed or written records of human thought.

W o r m 1 e y, Ralph. Advertisement of lost book, 1774 (note). Va Mag 10(1902)103.
BOONE, Daniel (1735-1820). Ky. pioneer and Indian fighter.

Hartley, Cecil B. The life and times of Colonel Daniel Boone; with an introduction by G. Mercer Adam
... New York, The Perkins book company [c!902] xiil, [2], 385 p. front, (port.) pi. 19cm. ([Heroes
of history]) [L.C. 3-9679]

Thwaites, Reuben Gold. Daniel Boone, by Reuben Gold Th wattes... New York, D.Appleton & company.
1902. xv, 257 p. front, (port.) pi., facsim. 19Vacm. (Appleton's life histories) [ Hist B
8(1903)779-80(F. W.Moore) "characterized by clearness of outline, balance of parts, unity of purpose,
and completeness in itself .. .admirably presented"; Nation 75(1902)489 "Peck. . .and. . .early Draper col-
lections ... would remain the standard biography but for the improvements. . .Mr. Thwaites. . .adds. .. [a]
finality"; Dial 33(1902)335 ".. .graphic. . .a vivid idea... of this pioneer in many states." L.C. 2-20873]
BOOTH, Edwin Thomas (1833-93). American actor.
Edwin Booth (letter of). Collect 15(1902)47.
BORGLUM, Solon H. (b.1868). American sculptor.

Goodrich, Arthur. The frontier in sculpture. World's Work 3(1901-2)1857-74, 111., port.


B6RSTLER. Christian (fl.1787). Md. German American settler.

K e n k e 1, F. P. Tagebuch von Christian B6rstler, geboren von Glanmiinchweiler, bey Cusel in Theutsch-
land, auf der Reise nach Baltimore in Amerika. I>eutsch-Am G 2.1(1902)56-8,2.2.29-32,2.3.49-51,2.4.49-56.
BORTON family,

Haines, George. Ancestry of the Haines, Sharp, Collins, Wills, Gardiner, Priekitt, Eves, Evans, Moore,

Troth, Borton and Engle families. [For details see same title under subject, Haines family.]
BOSS family.

Boss, William Graham. An inquiry concerning the Boss family and the name Boss. Correspondence be-
tween William Graham Boss... and Henry Rush Boss... Chicago, The Ben Franklin co., 1902. 187 p.
ill., port. 23cm. [ E Reg 56(1902)325(F.W.Parke) "material of .. .importance. . .thoroughly
treated. . .agreeable miscellany." L.C. 2-9130]
BOSTON, Mass. Capital of Mass., on Mass. Bay.

Annual report of the cemetery department of the city of Boston for the fiscal year 1901-1902. Boston, Mu-
nicipal Printing Office, 1902. pp. 146. So. ill., plan. [ E Reg 57(1903)233(F.W.Parke)
"is added an interesting 'Historical Sketch. . .[of] the Granary Burial Ground'."]

Boston. Brattle Square church. The Manifesto church. Records, with lists of communicants, baptisms,
marriages, and funerals, 1699-1872. Boston, The Benevolent fraternity of churches, 1902. xvi p., 1 1..
448 p. front., pi., port., fold, plan, facsim. (partly fold.) 25cm. [L.C. 3-987]

Boston. Engineering dept. ...List of maps of Boston published between 1614 and 1822, copies of which
are to be found in the possession of the city of Boston or other collectors of the same. Reprint of Ap-
pendix J, Annual report of the city engineer. February 1, 1902. Boston, Municipal printing office, 1902.
35 p. 23cm. [ E Eng 57(1903)341.' L.C. 3416]

Boston, Mass. Cemetery dept. Historical sketch and matters appertaining to the Granary burial-ground.
Published by the Cemetery department of the city of Boston... Boston, Municipal printing office, 1902.
37 p. pi., fold. plan. 23%cm. [L.C. 3-52]

Brissot, Jeanne P. Boston In 1788; fr. New travels in the U. S. of America. (Old Sooth leaflets no. 126)
Boston, Old South Work, 1902.

Carruth, Frances Weston. Fictional rambles in & about Boston... New York, McClnre, Phillips and com-
pany, 1902. xxili, 380 p. incl. front., ill., pi. 21cm. [Rev.inrNation 75(1902)481 "no biography. . .and
index. . .photographic illustrations. . .well chosen, excellent and characteristic of the city." L.C. 2-27221]

Cole, William I. Early churches at the North End, Boston. New Eng M 26(1902)241-56, ill., port.

Cone, Kate M. Cotton Mather's birthplace. Gen Q M 3(1902)55-64.

Green, S. A. Ten facsimile reproductions relating to Old Boston and neighborhood. Boston, G.E. Little-
field, 1901-2.

Hale, Edward Everett. Memories of a hundred years. Outl 70(1902)31-47,549-61,840-52; 71.70-80,404-14,
020-30,863-75; 72.78-91,301-14, port., ill., facs.

The Manifesto Church. Records of the church in Brattle Square, Boston, with lists of communicants, bap-
tisms, marriages, and funerals, 1699-1872. Boston, The Benevolent Fraternity of Churches, 1902. 8vo.
pp. xviii 448. 111. [Rev.ln:N E Reg 56(1902)415(Henry H.Eden) "an index of extraordinary fullness
and merit completely unlocks this treasure house of facts."]

Martin, George H. Boston schools one hundred years ago. New Eng M 26(1902)628-42.

National association of stationary engineers. Official souvenir programme, 21st annual convention... Bos-
ton, Massachusetts, September 1-6, 1902. [Boston? 1902] ill., port., plan. 12% x 18cm. [L.C. 2-24093]

Norcross, Frederic Walter. Ye ancient inns of Boston town. New Eng M 25(1901-2)315-25.

P a r d e e, Joseph Nelson. With a Boston market man. New Eng M 27(1902)450-63.

Pictorial guide to Boston and the country around... Boston, The G.W.Armstrong dining room & news co.,
1902. 1 p. 1., 203 p. incl. ill., pi. front., fold. map. 17cm. [L.C. 2-15635]

The [R. C.] church In Boston In 1819. Am Cath Res 19(1902)113-4.

Schuyler, M. Boston, Mass., ancient and modern. Pall Mall M 28(1902)325(N).

Second report of the Record Commissioners of the City of Boston; containing the Boston records, 1634-
1660, and the Book of Possessions. Third edit. Boston, Municipal Printing Office, 1902. pp. 8+137. 80.
map. fMen.ln:N E Reg 57(1903)233(F.W.Parke) "reprint of the edition of 1881."]

S t o ry, D. Boston, Mass., city of a great tradition. Munsey 28(1902)1(0), ill.

The troubles in Boston [1774]. Collect 15(1902)138-9.

Tyler, Harry W[alter], A handbook of the principal scientific institutions of Boston and vicinity, prepared
. . . with the compliments of the local members of the American society of mechanical engineers at Its
forty -fifth meeting, Boston, Mass., May 27-30, 1902. [Boston, Rockwell & Churchill press, 1902] Ix,
[2], 6-118 p. pi., fold. plan. 18cm. [L.C. 2-15613]

W n 1 1 1 s, John. Petition for renewal of tavern license, 1714(7). Bost Bull 7(1902)348-9.

Whiting, Lilian. Boston days, the city of beautiful ideals: Concord and its famous authors; the golden
age of genius; dawn of the twentieth century, by Lilian Whiting... Boston, Little, Brown and com-
pany, 1902. xii, 485p. front., pi., port., facsim. W^cm. [ 75(1902)481 "portraits,


views of homes, facsimilies of MSS. . .discursive biographical and semi-historical sketches"; Dial 34(1903)
124 "much to be said in praise. . .[a] .. .tendency to diffuseness, frequent repetition, and errors of fact
...enjoy [able]... entertaining." L.C. 2-299101

Whitmore, William H[enry]. Catalogue of the valuable private library of the late William H. Wbltmore.
of Boston... Part I, comprising a collection of about 1300 genealogies. Part II, historical and miscel-
laneous books, including a large number of books relating to the local history of Boston... To be sold
by auction ... Nov. llth to 14th, 1902... C.F.Libbie & co., auctioneers... [Boston, Libbie show print,
1002] 1 p. 1., 228 p. front, (port.) ill., facslm. (partly fold.) 24cm. [Prices noted in ms. on margin.
I..C. 3-8880]

Winslow, Helen Mfaria]. ...Literary Boston of to-day, by Helen M. Winsloxv... Boston, L.C.Page &
company, 1903 [1902] xii, [2], 11-444 p. front., port. 18cm. (Little pilgrimages series) [
Nation 75(1902)265 "Biographical sketches. . .writttn with sobriety if .. .'genially' and in. . .Journalistic
vein." L.C. 2-2065]

W i n t h r o p, Wait. Boston Free Grammar School. 1710. Bost Bull 7(1902)347-8.
BOSTON Public Library. Municipal library opened 1854.

Whitney, James Lyman. Incidents in the history of the Boston public library. Lib J 27 ( 1902) Cl 6-24
BOSTON Siege. Shutting up of British in B., 1775-3.

Miller, William T. (letters) to his wife, from the camp before Boston, 1775. Bost Bull 7(1902)419-24.

W i n g 1 o w, Ervlng. A Loyalist in the siege of Boston. N E Reg 56(1902)48-54.
BOSTON tea party. Destruction of tea cargoes by patriots in disguise of Indians, 1773.

Wheeler, Elisha [letter]. N E Reg 56(1902)205.
BOSTON and Worcester railroads. Mass. R. R. incorporated 1831.

Hill, Benjamin Thomas. The beginnings of the Boston and Worcester railroad. Wor Soc Ant 17(1901)

526-76, ill., port., facs.
BOUCHETTE, Robert Shore Milne s. Canadian customs commissioner.

Robert-Shore-Milnes Boochette coinmlssaire des Dounnes du Canada, 1868-1874. Rech Hist
8(1902)116, port. only.

BOUNTIES. Premium given soldiers to induce service.

Bounties to soldiers and the depreciation of the Continental Currency 1780. Bost Bull 7(1902)464-6.
BOUTEROUE, Claude de (fl.1668). Intendant of New France.

Roy, Regis. Claude de Bouteroue. Rech Hist 8(1902)341-3.

BOUTON, Nathaniel (1799-1878). Concord, N. H. Congregational clergyman and writer.
Bon ton, J. B. Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, D.D. Grnulte M 33(1902)180-95. port.

Bouton, John Bell. A sketch of the character and life-work of Rev. Nathaniel Bouton, D.D., pastor of
First Congregational church, Concord, N. H., 1825-1867. Printed for the Church 1902. pp. 15, 1. 80.,
ill. [ K Reg 57(1903)230(F.W.Parke) "delightful reading."]
BOW, A town of Merrimac Co. N. H. 5 miles 8. of Concord.

Walker, Joseph B. An address upon the long controversy of the proprietors of the plantation of Penny
Cook with the proprietors of the Town of Bow, 1727-1789. Delivered at u meeting of the New Hamp-
shire Historical Society, March 9, 1898. Concord, N. H. Rumford Press. 1901. 8 vo. pp. 34. [Reprint
from Trans, of N. H. Hist. Soc.]
BOWDITCH, Henry Ingersoll (1808-92). Mass, physician, professor, writer.

Bowditoh, Vincent Y[ardley]. Life and correspondence of Henry Ingersoll Bowdltch. by his son, Vincent
Y. Bowditch... Boston and New York. Houguton, Mlfflln and company. 1902. 2 v. front., pi., port.,
facsim. 22Vicm. [ Nation 76(1903)360-1 "what he has written of certain phases of the anti-
slavery conflict will take a place among the most entertaining and Instructive recollections of that con-
tlict"; Dial 34(1903)197-8(A.R.Marble) "[a] rare success. . .valuable. . .public and personal Incidents
are tactfully blended." L.C. 2-30400]
BOWDOIN College. Founded 1744 U802) Brunswick, Me.

Bowdoin college. Class of 1877. Memoranda regarding members of the class, with an historical sketch
of the college from 1877 to 1901... [Boston, J.E.Chapman] 1902. 168 p., 1 1. 111. (port.)
(Its Class report, no. 4) [Edited by John Ellphnz Chapman. L.C. 3-9221]
Cole, William I. Bowdoin College: A century of service. R of Rs 25(1902)693-7, ill., port.
BO WEN, Herbert Wolcott (b.1852). U. S. minister to Venezuela, writer.

Holt, Hamilton. The United States minister at Caracas. Indep 54(1902)2991-2, ill., port.
BOWEN, John H. (1780-1822). Tennessee lawyer and Congressman.

Campbell papers. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)324-7.
BOWER family.

Gov. Archibald Roane. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)322-4, port.


BOWIE family.

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BOWLING. Game of exercise and skill played with wooden balls.

Elliott, George. Bowling on the green. Canad M 19(1902)513-23, ill.
BOWNE family.

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Boynton, Nehemiah. Eleazer Boynton. N E Reg 56 Suppl.(1902)lix-Ix.
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B r a c k e n r i d g e, II. M. "Pittsburgh one hundred years ago" [Recollections]. Pittsb Bull 7(1902)

BRACKENRIDGE, Hugh Henry (1748-1816). Pa. editor, writer, judge.

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