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hannis Hospital at Bonn], Memorials of Amalie Von Lasaulx,
translated from the German. 1 880 1 368O

Augustine (St., Bishop of Hippo, b. 364, d. 430), Works of, a New
Translation, edited by Marcus Dods, M.A. v.D.

Vols. i and 2. The City of God, translated by Dods. 1878 342-3 A

Vol. 3. Writings in connection with the Donatist Controversy, translated by

King. 1872 344A

Vol. 4. Anti-Pelagian Works of St. Augustine, vol. i, translated by

Holmes. 1872 35?A

Vol. 5. Writings in connection with the Manichaean Heresy, translated by

Stothert. 1872 346A

Vol. 6. The Letters of St. Augustine, vol. i, translated by Cunningham.

1872 34oA

Vol. 7. On the Trinity, translated by Haddan. 1873 34?A

Vol.8. The Sermon on the Mount Expounded, and the Harmony of the

Evangelists translated, by Findlay & Salmond. 1873 345A

Vol. 9. On Christian Doctrine and Catechising, &c., translated by Shaw

and Salmond. 1873

Vols. 10 and 11.. Lectures on St. John, translated by Gibb & Innes, 2 vols.
Vol. 12. Anti-Pelagian Works of St. Augustine, vol. 2, translated by

Holmes. 1874 338 A

Vol. 13. Letters of St. Augustine, vol. 2, translated by Cunningham. 1875 34*A
Vol. 14. Confessions of St. Augustine, vol. 3, translated by Pilkington . . 334A
Vol. 15. Anti-Pelagian Works of St. Augustine, vol. 3, translated by

Holmes & Walace. 1876 339^

Augustine (St.), by Cutts 989(3

See also Merivale's Church History, 4ioM. Milman's Early Christianity,

I54-6Q, &c.
Augustus (Caesar, Roman Emperor, b. 63 B.C., d. A.D. 14). See Arnold's Roman

Commonwealth, 73 H. Gibbon's Roman Empire, 74H, &c.
Auk, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 647(3, & c -

Auldjo (J.), F.R.S., Narrative of an Ascent to the Summit of Mont

Blanc in August, 1827 [Travellers' Library]. 1856 : !26oR

Aurelius (Marcus). See Antoninus (Marcus Aurelius).

Alirora Borealis. See Este's Recreations in Science, 4g6R. Payer's Arctic
Circle, 663-4K. Proctor's Flowers of the Sky, 6410.. Humboldt's
Cosmos, 4&3R and 487R. Reclus' Phenomena, 8o6F. Long's Voyage
of the Jeatiette, 676-76. Meteorology, &c.

Aurora Leigh, a Poem, by E. B. Browning 672M and 2;gQ

Austen (Jane, b. 1775, d. 1817), and Her Works, by Tytler 4896

- Letters of, edited with notes, by Lord Brabourne, 2 vols. 1884 I36-7F

Memoir of, by Leigh 1O5X

[Miss Thackeray's Book of Sibyls] '. 5O2F

See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Austerlitz, Battle of. See Alison's Europe, 1270, &c.

Austin (G. L.), History of Massachusetts, from the Landing of the

Pilgrims to the Present Time, plates and portraits. 1876 ... 5iiH

AUSTRALIA Works relating to : (See also British Empire,
Colonies, New Zealand, Queensland, Victoria, also Travels,
Voyages, &c.)

Australia and New Zealand, by Trollope,~2 vols. 1873 777-8K

- Bush Life in, by Haygarth. 1850 8i9Q

Colonies, by Sidney, illustrated. 1852 78JK

Davidson's Travels 1 652R

Explorations in, by Forrest, illustrated. 1875 779^

[Froude's Oceana]



AUSTRALIA Works relating to '.(continued.)

Australia, Its Rise, Progress, &c., by Westgarth. 1861 ........ l65iR

- Journals of Expeditions to North -West and Western Aus-

tralia [1837-9], by Grey, 2 vols. 1841 ..................... 78o-iK

- Our Australian Cousins, by Inglis. 1880 ........................ 776K

- South, Statistical Sketch of [1879], by Boothby. 1879 ...... 76oH

- Tropical, Enterprise in, by Earl. 1846 ........................ 8410

- Visit to, and its Gold Regions. 1856 ........................... 422T

- What we Saw in, by Hill. 1875 ................................ i653R

Australian Colonies, a Visit to the, by Backhouse, illustrated.. 74K
- their Origin and Present Condition, by Hughes. I272R and 42 iT

- Pictures drawn with Pen and Pencil, by Willoughby. 1886 332~B

- See also Beauvoir's Voyage, isoiR. Brown's Countries of the World,

1630. Brown's Races of Mankind, issD. Chequered Career, 77sK.
Coote's Wanderings, 8ioK. Cruise of H.M.S. Bacchante, 786K.
Hartwig's Tropical World, 758F. Lubbock's Primitive Man, 6726.
Martin's British Colonies, 4726, &c.
AUSTRIA, Low Countries, &c., Travels, by Muirhead. 1803 ...... 391 K

- Russia, and Turkey, Travels in, by Elliott, 2 vols. 1838 ............ 42I-2K

- [Memoirs of Prince Metternich. 1773-1829] ................... ..... II3-6F

- [Williams' Alps, Switzerland, &c.] ....................................... 5906

- See also Alison's Europe, 119-460. Boner's Transylvania, 42$K. Martin's

Prince Consort, 2-6F. Vienna, &c.
Austria (Don John of) [Motley's Dutch Republic] ........................ 354-6O

Auth.ority. See also Compayre's Pedagogy, 2g6R, &c.

AUTHORS. American Selections, by Morris, 4 vols ................... II9I-4R

- and Books, Anecdotes of. 1836 .......................................... ' H27Z

- at Work, by Pebody ......................................................... 8830

- Calamities and Quarrels of, by Disraeli. 1881 ........................ 68oR

- Famous French, by Gautierand Mirecourt, &c., illustrated. 1879 2 54-E

- Half Hours with the Best Authors, edited by Knight, 2 vols. 1850 97I-2H

- Letters to Dead Authors, by Lang. 1886 ........................... u8iR

- Mind, The Book of Title Pages, edited by Tupper .......... 1127!! and 866R

- Signatures [Facsimile] [Morley's Literature] ........................... I223Z

- Yesterdays with, by Field. 1881 ....................................... 10520

- See also Adam's Queen Anne, 1281 H. Andrews' Great Writers, 8840.

Clarke's Recollections, 9396. Cunningham's Eminent Englishmen,
2I-8F. Cory's Ancient Fragments, 977!!. Davison's Thousand
Thoughts, iii3R. Fitzgerald's Literary 'Man, 946-7R. Stephen's Hours
in a Library, H02-4R. Voice of Wisdom, ii79R. Bibliography, Litera-
ture, Novelists, Poets, Composers, &c.

, , , , .

Authorship, Mosaic Authorship of the Pentateuch by the Dean of

Canterbury [Present Day Tracts] .................................... 2}6T

Autobiographic Sketches [1790-1803], by De Quincy ....... 4900 and 6J9R

Autobiography of an Independent Minister. 1882 ..................... 495O

- of a French Protestant ...................................................... 49 iO

Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, by Holmes. 1875 ..................... i6ioZ

1881 ...................................................... I35T

Autographs [Dyce and Forster Collection] .............................. IO36M

s - [Houseman's Museum] ...................................................... 92R

- See also Signatures, &c.

Automata [Brewster's Natural Magic] ........................... 1476 and I477Z

Autumn Holidays of a County Parson, by Boyd. 1869 ................. 823R

- [Seasons of the Year] ........ .............................................. 5^9Q

Autumnal Leaves, by Heath, illustrated. 1881 ........................ 83 R

Auvergne and the CeVennes. See Green's French Pictures, 3346. Lyell's

Geology 726-70, &c.



Avalanches. See Wittich's Physical Geography, 688Q, &c.

Aveling (T. W.), Naaman ; or Life's Shadows and Sunshine. 1853 22$M

Avila (S. T. de). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.

Axel, a Poem by Tegnier, translated by Dobree. 1866 685M

Axes. See Anderson's Scotland in Pagan Times, 896F, &c.

Aynsley (Mrs. J. C. M.), Our Tour in Southern India. 1883 8ooK

Visit to Hindostan, Cashmir and Ladakh. 1879 8o7K

Ayrshire, The Land of Burns [Land We Live in] 46$B

Aytoun (W. E.), Life and Times of Richard the First, surnamed

Cceur-de-Lion [Fam. Lib.]. 1840 io69Q

Sec also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Stoddard's late English

Poets, 687M, &c., and Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Azara(Don F. D.). See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 662Q, &c.
Azores, A Summer in the, with a Glimpse of Madeira, by Baker. 1882 I776Z

The [Brassey's Voyages] 798K

Aztecs, Antiquities, &c. [Beecher's Mexico]

Sec also Bourke's Snake Dance, 7i7K. Nadaillac's Pre-Historic America,

899F, &c.


* (Lt.-Col.), The Whist Player. 1856 ii86R

Baal. See Smith's Prophets, 466M. Biblical History. Idols. Religions, &c.

(C., Mathematician^ b. 1792, d. 1871), Ninth Bridgewater

Treatise. 1838 468A

[Design. Creation. Miracles. Future Punishment, &c].

On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures. 1832 5 I 5T

Babbler, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 654(3, &c.

Ba"bcock(E. W 7 .), Household Hints. 1881 946M

BABYLON and the Banks of the Euphrates [R.T. S.] 648Z

Babylonia, Persia, and Susiana, Early Adventures in, by Layard,

ill., 2 vols. 1887 1726-7R

See also Bucke's Ancient Cities, 16642,. Green's Bible Lands, 3288. Kitto's

Scripture Lands, 368M. Rawlinson's Ancient Religions, 448M. Raw-
linson's Origin of Nations, 3650. Sayce's Origin of Religion, 644A.
Timbs' Works, 8s 3 Z, &c.
Bacchante. Cruise of H.M.S. Bacchante [1879-1882], from the Note

Book of Prince Albert Victor and Prince George of Wales,

ill., 2 vols 786-7K

Bacchus. See Inman's Ancient Faiths, 95-6K, &c.
Bacchylides. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, &c.
Bacellar (A. B.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.
Bach (A. B.), Principles of Singing. A Practical Guide for Vocalists

and Teachers, with Vocal Exercises. 1885 1 1 1 2M

Bach (L. S., German Musical Composer, b. 1685, d. 1750), by Poole

[Great Musicians]. 1882 12220

[Rockstro's History of Music] 533H

See also Naumann's Music, 9290. Tytler's Musical Composers, 86oO, &c.
Back (Capt.), R.N., Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the

Mouth of the Great Fish River, in the Years 1833 to 1835. 1836 66oK
Backhouse (J.), A Visit to the Australian Colonies, illustrated. 1843 784!^

Mauritius and South Africa. 1844 v 63oK

Backwood'S Preacher, being the Autobiography of Peter Cartwright 5630

Bacon. See Food, &c.

Bacon (Francis, Lord, Celebrated Philosopher, b. 1561, d. 1626),

[British Essayists] 5o T

by Campbell [From " Lord Chancellors "]. 1853 1842



Bacon (Francis, Lord), by Church [English Men of Letters]. 1884... 10550
Nicol [Knight's Philosophical Classics]. 1888 JoSiQ

Essays [Harper's Fam. Lib.]. 1855 iiiyZ

Essays, or Counsels Civil and Moral, with the Wisdom of the

Ancients, revised with Notes by Singer. 1856 67 1 T

His Writings and Philosophy, by Craik, 3 vols in 2. 1846 1522^

Moral and Historical Works, edited by Devey [Bonn's Library] io;O

Personal History of, by Dixon. 1861 I38F

Sec also Aikin's Queen Elizabeth, I22F. Campbell's Chancellors, 774-80.

Campbell's Chief Justices, 787-0. Cunningham's Eminent Englishmen,

23F. Dixon's H.M. Tower, 323!!. Froude's England, 197-2010.

Gardiner's History of England, 460-40. Lewes' Philosophy, 572H.

Routledge's Science, sisR, &c.
Bacon (Leonard), Ed. Select Practical Writings of Richard Baxter,

2 vols. 1831 190- 1 A

Bad Books. See Anspach's Thieves of Homes, 279!?., &c.

Badagos. See Alison's Europe, 119-380, &c.

BadCOCk(J)., F.R.M.S., Vignettes from Invisible Life, ill. 1883... i67R

Baden-Powell (B. H.). See Powell (B. H. Baden).

Badger, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 66oQ, c.

Badliam(C.), Trans. Juvenal [Fam. Class Lib.]. 1831 H26Q

Badham (D.), Insect Life. 1845 573Q

Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes, edited by the Duke of

Beaufort, V.D., Athletics and Football, by Shearman, &c. 1887
Bagatelle. See Cassell's Pastimes, 1262^, &c.
Bagdad. See Layard's Persia, 1726-7!^. Persia, &c.

Bage (R.) [Scott's Novelists]

Bagehot (W.), M.A., Biographical Studies, edited by Hutton. 1881 I45F

Economic Studies, edited by Hutton. 1880 ioc>3F

Literary Studies, with a memoir by Hutton, 2 vols. 1879 863-4H

Baggesen (J.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, c.
Bagnall (J. E. ), A.L.S., Handbook of Mosses, with an Account of

their Structure, Classification, &c. [Young Collector], ill. 1886 I38R
Bahamas, The. See Brassey's Voyages, 7g8K, &c.
Bahia City. See Fletcher's Brazil, 751 K, &c.

Baif (J. A. De). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.
Bailey (J. M.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Bailey (N.), Tr. Colloquies of Erasmus, ed. by Johnson, 2 vols,... 5-6K

Bailey (P. J.), Festus, a Poem. 1864 772M

See also Griswold's Poets and Poetry of England, 4720, &c.
Bailey (S.), Questions in Political Economy, Politics, Morals, Meta-
physics, Polite Literature, &c. 1823 22oR

Baillie(J.)- See Dana's Household Book of 'Poetry, 4760. Inchbald's British

Theatre. Griswold's Poets and Poetry of England, 472!), &c.
Bain (A.), LL.D., Education as a Science [International Scientific

Series]. 1886 364R

John Stuart Mill, a Criticism, with Personal Recollections. 1882 8400
Baines (E.), History of the Cotton Manufacture in Great Britain ... 88iD

- Visit to the Vaudois of Piedmont. 1855 7^4Q and I266R

Baird (H. M.), History of the Rise of the Huguenots, 2 vols. 1880.
Vol. i. From the beginning of the French Reformation to the Edict of

January [1562] 2oiM

Vol. 2. From the Edict of January [1562], to the death of Charles IX. . . .'. 202M

The Huguenots and Henry of Navarre, 2 vols. 1886 414-5 H

Baird (Sir D.). See Alison's Europe, 119-380, &c.

Baits. See Stonehenge's Rural Sports, 68iT. Angling, Fishing, &c.

Baker (C. A.), A Summer in the Azores, with a Glimpse of Madeira.

1882 ; I 77 6Z

Baker (H. B.), French Society, from the Fronde to the Great Revo-
lution, 2 vols. 1874 332-30



Baker (James). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Baker (Sir S. W.), F.R.G.S., Cyprus, as I saw it in 1879. 1879 ... 46oK

Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia, and the Sword Hunters of the

Hamran Arabs. 1868 6oiK

The Albert N'Yanza, Great Basin of the Nile, &c., illustrated,

2 vols. 1866 6i4-5K

Baker (T.), C.E., Principles and Practice of Statics and Dynamics

[Weale Series], illustrated. 1851 7iiQ

Rudimentary Treatise on Mensuration, comprehending the Ele-
ments of Modern Engineering [Weale Series]. 1859 7SQ

Balaam. See Robinson's Scripture Characters, isiK.

Balbo (Count C.), Life and Times of Dante Alighieri, 2 vols. 1852 5996

Balboa (Vasco Nunez De). See Columbus and his Companions, 8o6Z, &c.

Baldwin (J. L.), Laws of Short Whist. 1864 I745Z

Bale (J.), D.D., Select Works of. 1849 224A

Balfe (M. W., English singer and composer, b. 1808), Memoir of, by

Renney. 1875 5840

See also Tytler's Musical Composers, 86oO, &c.

Balfour (F. M.), M.A., and Foster (M.), M.D., Elements of Em-
bryology, edited by Sedgwick and Heape. 1883 828M

Balgarnie (R.), Sir Titus Salt. 1877 9530

Ball Games. See Cassell's Pastimes, I262H. Sports, &c.
BALLADS, &C. : (See also Poetry, Songs, Music, &v.)

Ballad Book, Selection of the Choicest British Ballads, edited by

Allingham. 1872 355Q

Minstrelsy of Scotland, Romantic and Historical. 1871 742M

Ballads, Ancient and Modern, Historical, Traditional and

Romantic, 2 vols :

Ancient Ballads : Chevy Chase, Robin Hood, Blind Beggar's Daughter
of Bethnal Green, Children in the Wood, Child of Elle, Fair

Rosamond, Patient Grissell, &c 767M

Modern Ballads : Hardyknute, Hermit of Warkworth, John Gilpin,

Rime of the Ancient Mariner, The Diver, The Wild Huntsman, &c. 768M

Spanish Naval, by Lockhart. 1854 322Q

and Metrical Tales, from Percy, Ritson, Evans, Jamieson,

Scott, &c. 334Q

other Poems, by Tennyson. 1880 752M

Poems, by Swinburne. 1878 747M

Songs of Brittany, by Taylor. 1865 453D

the Peasantry of England, edited by Bell. 1877 ... 686M

Sonnets, by Rossetti. 1881 7^8M

English and Scottish, edited by Child, 8 vols 384-91(2.

for the Times, &c., by Tupper. 1851 867R

of Ireland, collected and edited with Notes, by Hayes, illus-

trated, 2 vols ; 769-7oM

Life, Love, and Humour, by Buchanan. 1882 674^!

Scottish and English 3S4Q

See also Carleton's Farm Ballads, 5040. Jones' Credulities, go2M.

Roger's Scotland, 949-51 F. Scottish Minstrelsy, 449-510, &c.

Ballantine (Mr. Sergeant), Some Experiences of a Barrister's Life. 4926
Ballantyne (R. M.). See Fiction Class "List following the General Catalogue.
Ballarat. See Willoughby's Australian Pictures, 3326, &c.

Balloon Ascents, Wonderful, by Marion. 1870.: H38R

Ballooning. See All Year Round,' 17^7, 1778, 1781, 1784, and i8o4j. Cham-
bers' Edinburgh Journal, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1940, 1942, 1947, 1948, 1950,
and I955J. Littell s Living Age, 3046, 3052, 3061, 3075, 3156, and 3I78J.
Cassell's Franco-German War, 456-76. Pettigrew's Aeronautics, 354R,
Time, I496J, &c.



Ballot, The. See Grote's Minor Works, gs6H. Harris' Radicals, uo6F, &c.
Balls. See Habits of Good Society, 14087. Holt's Fancy Dresses, 96iM, &c.

BalnierillO (Lord), Doran's Jacobite Times , 3I9H

Balsamo (Joseph, commonly called Cagliostro, Italian magician, b.

1743, d. 1795) [Russell's Eccentric Personages] 13080

Baltic, The, Letters from the Shores of the Baltic, by Elizabeth

Rigby 807 Q and I2QIR

Baltimore. See Campbell's White and Black, 494H, &c.

Balzac (H. De, Frencli Novelist, b. 1799, d. 1850), Correspondence

of, and Memoir by his Sister, Madame De Surville, translated

by C. Lamb Renney, 2 vols, 1878 2II-2F

Sec also Gautier's French Authors, 254F. Stephen's Hours in a Library,

II02R. Zimmern's Novelists, 683O, &c., and Fiction Class List following

the General Catalogue.

Balzani ( Vigo), Italy [Early Chronicles, R. T. S. ] 1 5oO

Bampton Lectures. The Limits of Religious Thought Examined,

eight Lectures preached in 1858, by Mansel. 1870 400 M

Sec also Farrar, Bishop of Exeter, c.

Bancroft (G., American Historian, b. 1800), History of the Consti-
tution of the United States, 2 vols. 1882 287-80

United States from the Discovery of the American Con-
tinent, 3 vols, 1845 4

of America, 7 vols. 1854-61 :

Vol. i. French, Spanish and English Settlements. Slavery. Pilgrim
Fathers. Restoration of the Stuarts. Colonies of the Chesa-
peake Bay, &c 379O

Vol. 2. New Netherlands. The Quakers. James II. consolidates the
Northern Colonies. France and the Fisheries. Encroachments
on the Red Men, &c 3SoO

Vol. 3. America claims Legislative Independence of England. Pelham's
Administration. Franklin plans Union. Old Thirteen Colonies.
Conquest of Canada, Michigan, &c. Dawn of the New Republic,
&c 38x0

Vol. 4. Taxing America by Parliament. Pontiac's War. American Stamp
Act. South Carolina founds the American Union, 1765. The
Colonies meet in Congress. Repeal of the Stamp Act, &c 3820

Vol. 5. Charter of Massachusetts Bay in Peril. Parliament will have an
American Army and American Revenue. An Army and Fleet for
Boston. The Regulators of North Carolina. The King and Par-
liament against Boston. The Boston Massacre. Martial Law
introduced into Massachusetts. Virginia consolidates Union.
Boston Tea Party. George III. and Franklin. The Crisis, &c. 3830

Vol. 6. America, Britain and France, in May, 1774. New York proposes
a Congress. Suffolk County Convention. The Governor of Vir-
ginia Nullifies the Quebec Act. George III. rejects the Offers
of Congress. Massachusetts declared in Rebellion. Lexington.
Concord. Second Continental Congress. Washington appointed
Commander-in-Chief. Battle of Bunker Hill and its Results, &c. 3840

Vol. 7. The Army round Boston. America waits the King's Decision.
George III. and the Russians. Capture of Montreal. March to
and Siege of Quebec. Britain engages Foreign Troops. First
Act of Independence. Virginia proclaims the Rights of Man.
Battle of Fort Moultrie. Retreat froni Canada. Resolution of
Independence. Declaration of the United States, &c 3^50

Bancroft (G<). Sec also Poets of America, 468D.

Banditti and Robbers, Lives and Exploits of, by Macfarlane. 1839 I224Z

Banfield (T. C), Industry of the Rhine. 1846 I483Z

See also Agriculture. Manufactures, &c.

Banim (John). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Banishment. See Roger's Scotland, 949F, &c.

Bank of England. See Alison's Europe, 139-400. Knight's England, i5i-4H.
Banking, &c.



Banking, History and Practice of, by Gilbart, edited by Michie, 2

vols. 1882 27I-2R

Banks, Failure of, in Russia [Alison's Europe] 140-60

Banks of New York and Panic of 1857, by Gibbons. 1859 4186

See also Escott's England and Its People, loi/F. Jevon's Money, s6oR.

Loftie's London, 2510. M'Culloch's British Empite, yizH. Ricardo's
Political Economy, &c., ioo4F. Savings' Banks. Smith's Wealth of
Nations, 1027-8?, c.

Banks (Mrs. G. L.}. Sec Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Banks (Sir J., b. 1743, d. 1820). See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 68iQ, &c.

Banns. See Jeaffreson's Bridals, 9836. Marriages, &c.

Banting's System. See Kalos [in Appendix], 14127, &c.

Baptism, Doctrine of, by R. J. Wilberforce. 1849 545 A

See also Brand's Antiquities, ioo6M. Burn's History of Parish Registers,

=36H. Twining's Symbols, 507M. M'Culloch's British Empire, 71 iH.
Milman's Early Christianity, 154 and is6Q, &c.

Baptists :

See Brown's Propagation of Christianity, 26sA. Pike's Ancient Meeting-

Houses, 26iO. Stoughton's Religion in England, 93-8M. Wilson's
Dissenters, 188-91 K, &c.

Bar, The. See Percy Anecdotes, 9277. Thomson's Choice of a Profession, 2O4R.

Barante (M. De, French Statesman, b. 1782, d. 1855), A Memoir,

by Guizot. 1867 6oiO

Barbary States, History of the, by Russell. 1835 4O3T

- Western, The Wild Tribes, &c., by Hay SosQ and J29iR

Barbauld (Mrs. A. L., b. 1745, d. 1825). Sec Dana's Household Book of Poetry,

476D. Martin's Memoirs, 8340. Miss Thackeray's Book of Sibyls,

502F, &c.

Barbel, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 68oQ.
Barbier (A.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 473!), &c.
Barbiere (J.), Scraps from the Prison Table at Camp Chase and

Johnson's Island [Account of Imprisonment during American

Civil War]. 1868 ".. 523?!

BarbOU (A.), Victor Hugo and his Time, tr. by Ellen Erewer, ill. 1882 668B
Barclay (J.), LL.D., The Talmud. 1878 ;K

Barclay (J.), M.D. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 667Q, &c.

Bardsley (C. W.), M.A., Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature 92oM

- Romance of the London Directory 264R

See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.-

Barere de Vieuzac {French Writer, b. 1755, d. 1840). See Alison's Europe,

119-380. Macaulay s Essays, &c.
Barham (R. II., b. 1788, d. 1845, Author of the Ingoldsby Legends'],

Life and Letters of, by his Son, 2 vols. 1870 493-40

Baring (Mr., Banker). See Alison's Europe, 139-450, &c.
Baring-Gould (S. ). Sec Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Barker (Lady), A Year's Housekeeping in South Africa, ill. 1877 I543R

Boys [Boy's Annual] 1304!!

Eirst Lessons in the Principles of Cooking. 1874 1 424Z

The Bedroom and Boudoir [Art at Home Series], illus.' 1878... 963^!
See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Barker (J.), Life of, edited by T. Barker. 1880 4960

Barlow (John), M.A., The Connection between Physiology and
Intellectual Philosophy. 1842

Barlow (J.). Sec Poets of America, 468D.

Barlow (P.), Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary. 1814 737D

Barmby (J.), M.A. See Exell's Monthly Interpreter, 6i9-22A, &c.

Barnabas (St.) See Howson's Companions of St. Paul, 34QM. Milman's Early
Christianity, 1540.. Robinson's Scripture Characters, 152!?.. St. Barna-
bas Day, I005-6M. Brand's Antiquities, &c.

Barnacle, Autobiography of a [Wilson's Naturalist] 639Q

See also Gosse's A Year at the Shore, 586Q. Half Hours in the Deep, s66Q, c.



Barnard (A.) Sec Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Lennox's Cele-
brities, ioi6H, c.

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