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from the Monuments, by Cansick. 1869 .......................... I228M

- See also Leisure Hour [Curiosities of], v 26, 2632J. London, &c.
St. Patrick's Day. See Brand's Antiquities, loosM.

St. Pauls, a Monthly Magazine, edited by A. Trollope, illustrated

by Millais, vols 1-14 .................................................. il6i-73F

The following Stories are contained in this Magazine : All for Greed,
Phineas Finn, n6iF. Sacristan's Household, u62F. The Three
Brothers, n64F. An Editor's Tales, ii6sF. Dowager Countess,
u66F. Wilfred Cumbermede, Hannah, n67F. Ralph the Heir,
n69F. Off the Skelligs, ii7oF. John Mardon, ii7iF. Mr. Caring-
ton, ii72F. Owl's nest in the City, H73F.

[68 3 ]


St. Paul's Cathedral, Annals of, by Milman. 1868 32oH

Gleanings from Old St. Paul's, by Simpson. 1889 I97H

See also Leisure Hour [Royal Visits to], v. 21, 26315 ; [Cathedral, London],

v. 24 and 28, 2634 and 26387. Loftie's London, 251-20. Marvels of
Art, 12277. Old Sights with New Eyes, 1754!?.. Sunday at Home,
v. 14, 2864.7, &c.

St. Peters. See Chambers, v. 61, 19617. Rome, &c.

St. Peter's Port. See Guernsey.

St. Petersburg, Pictures of, by Jerman, trans, by Hardman. 1852 762Q

See also Living Age [Life in], v. 163, 319^. Motley's Correspondence,

66;F. Russia, &c.
St. Pierre (B.), Paul and Virginia, translated by Williams. 1834... i2$oZ

Studies of Nature, abridged translation of Hunter. 1841 749^

Works of and Memoir by Clarke, 2 vols. 1846 I2O-IT

Paul and Virginia and Indian Cottage, i2oT. Studies of Nature, i2iT.

See also Masterpieces of Fiction, 5560, &c.

Saint-Priest (Count Alexis de, French Diplomatist, b. 1805, d. 1851),

History of the Fall of the Jesuits in the Eighteenth Century,

translated. 1845 559 T

St. Sampson's. See Guernsey.

Saint-Simon (C. H., Duke of, French Philosopher, b. 1760, d. 1825),
Memoirs of, on the Reign of Louis XIV. and the Regency,
translated by St. John, 3 vols. 1889 433*5F

by Collins [Foreign Classics for English Readers] 1 1 83Q

St. Simon (Louis de Rouvray, Due de, Historical Writer, b. 1675, d. 1755). See
Living Age, v. 106, 3136.7.

St. Thomas, West Indies. See Tyng's Stranger in the Tropics, i643R.

St. Valentine's Day. See Macmillan, v. 21, 951.7, &c.

Saint^-Beuve (C. A., French Poet, b. 1804, d. 1869). See Gautier's French
Authors, 254F. Poole's Index, R.L., &c.

Saintine [Joseph Xavier Boniface], Picciola, illustrated. 1873 IC 9 I X

See also Masterpieces of Foreign Literature, 555D.

Saintly Workers, by Farrar. 1878 3llM

Saints and their Symbols, by E. A. G. 1881 27Z

Saints' Everlasting Rest, by Baxter. 1831 I97Q, 9 and I672Z

Saints Indeed, &c., by Flavel i3oM

Saints' Lives of the, by Gould, 15 vols. 1872-7 41-55^

See also Conway's Demonology, gog-ioM. Hone's Every-Day Book [Ro-
mish], 934-5^. Inman's Faiths, g6Ka. Sunday Magazine [and
Shrines of Switzerland], v. 14, 2471], &c.
Saintsbury (G., Litterateur and Politician, b. 1845), A History of

Elizabethan Literature. 1887 I236R

A Short History of French Literature. 1882 IO75R

Dryden [English Men of Letters]. 1881 10670

Maryborough [English Worthies]. 1885 12030

Primer of French Literature [Harper's series]. 1881 I249Z

Sala (G. A., Critic and Journalist, b. 1826), A Journey Due South,

Travels in Search of Sunshine, illustrated. 1885 8oiK

Paris Herself Again in 1878-9, illustrated, 2 vols. 1879-80 396-7K

- 1884 I367R

Twice Round the Clock, or the Hours of the Day and Night in

London, 47 illustrations. 1878

See also Frith's Reminiscences, 6i6F and 6i6Fa.

Salad for the Social [by F. Saundersj. 1856 262R

Solitary, by an Epicure [F. Saunders]. 1856

Saladin (Sultan of Egypt and Syria, b. 11.37, d. 1193). See Gibbon's Roman
Empire, 84!!. Knight's England, I47H. Saturday Review, v. 53,
R.L. Crusades, Richard I., Saracens, &c.

Salads. See Beeton's Household Management, QQ7M. Leisure Hour, v. 9,
2619.7, &c.



Salame (A.), Expedition to Egypt [1816] under Lord Exmouth 644!^

Salaries. See Peto's Taxation, Wages, &c., ioi6F.

Salcombe. See Thomson's Health Resorts, gsSK.

Saldanh.a (Marshal, Portuguese Statesman, b. 1790, d. 1876). See Poole's Index,
R.L., &c.

Sale (G., Orientalist, b. 1680, d. 1736), 7>., The Koran, 2 vols 153'4-K

or Alcoran of Mohammed, with a memoir of the trans-
lator. 1844 466A

commonly called the Alkorano Mohammed, translated

into English from the Original Arabic [Chandos Classics] ... I2OQM

Sale (Sir R. IL, Genera^ b. 1782, d. 1846), Sale's Brigade in Afghan-
istan, by Gleig 291 and 3740

See also Cassell's India, 22gD. Afghanistan, &c.

Sales Attici ; or the Maxims, Witty and Wise, of Athenian Tragic
Drama, arranged by Thompson. 1867

Salic Law. See Maine's Early Law and Custom, roSaF. Mehagen's Universal
History, i^H,

Sails (J. G. von). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Longfellow's
Poets and Poetry of Europe, 473!), &c.

Salisbury, by Jones [Diocesan Histories]. 1 880 1 603^

Cathedral. See Century Magazine, v. 13, 1885.7.

Salisbury (R. Cecil, Earl of, Lord Treasurer 1609, . 1550, d. 1612). See Doran's
Her Majesty's Tower, 322H.

Salisbury (R. Cecil, Marquis of, Premier 1885, b. 1830). See Fortnightly, v.
42, 21327. Harper [Hatfield House and], v. 70, 1650 J. McCarthy's
History of Our Own.Times, i$6H, &c.

Sallust (Roman Historian, b. 86 B.C., d. 34 A.D.), Florus and Vel-

leius Paterculus, translated by Watson [Bonn's Library]. 1852 H74H

translated by Rose [Family Classical Library] 1103 and iiogQ

Salmagundi, Whim-Whams of Lawrence Langstaffe, Esq., by

Irving. 1850 77oR

Salmon. See All the Year Round Magazine, v. 43, 18237. Beeton's Household

Own Annual [Catchin
s, 59 8Q.
56, 19567. Good Words, v. 25, 21957. Jardine's Naturalists' Library,

Management, 997M. Boy's Own Annual [Catching a], v. 3, 1880-1,
2953 J. Buckland's Curiosities, sgSQ. Chambers' [for the Million], v.

680 and 682Q. Jesse's Gleanings, 57gQ. Leisure Hour [Hatching], v.
12, 2622], Longman [A Shannon forty-pound], v. 7, 8g7j. Science
Gossip, v. i, 24iiJ. Seeley's Fishes, 8nF. Smith's Foods, 38oR.
Good Words, v. 25, 21957, &c.

Salmon (E.), The Parallel Gospels. 1876 652A

Analysis of the Four, Parallel Gospels. 1876 653A

Salmond (S. D. F.), D.D. See Exell's Monthly Interpreter, v. i, 6igA.. St.
Augustine's Works. Ante-Nicene Library, &c.

Salt and other Condiments, by Manley. 1884 98$M

See also Earth's Central Africa, 844-sK. Brown's Science for All, 6286.

Cornhill [Origin of Salt-Beds], v. 52, 3327. Leisure Hour, v. 12,
26227. Maury's Physical Geography [of the Sea], 6goQ. Quiver
[Autobiography of a Grain of], v. 13, 32837 ; [of the Earth],
3301 J. Somerville's Microscopic Science, noR. Temple's India, 486K.
Trotter's India under Victoria, 538-gH. Ure's Dictionary [Rock, Sea,
Culinary and Cutting Machine], 8-gD, c.
Salt-Cellars, The, being a Collection of Proverbs, by C. H. Spur-

geon, 2 vols. 1889 2Oo6R-2oo6Ra

Salt Lake City. See Harper, v. 69, 16497. Stanford's Compendium, 8soK.

Mormons, Utah, &c.
Salt (Sir Titus, Philanthropist, b. 1803, d. 1876), and Moore (G.),

by Burnley [World's Workers] 11490

Life of, by Balgarnie. 1877 953^

See also Blackie's Philanthropy, 7620. 7 a PP >s Labour, &c., 95iQ.

Salt Family. See Fortunes Made in Business. 1032 F, &c.
Saltpetre. Sec Beckmann's Inventions, 6980., &c.

Salts. See Adam's Underground World [and Natural Gases], 5920.. Lockyer's
Spectrum Analysis, 377R, &c.

[68 5 ]


Salutations and Courtesies of Nations, by Tegg. 1877 924M

See also Girl's Own Annual, v. 8, 2558] . Etiquette, &c.

Salvation Army. See Macraillao, v. 46, 9767. Saturday Review [Dangers of],

v. 54,"R.L. ; [Worthing Riot], v. 58, R.L. Time, v. 18, isoSJ, &c.
Salvation of All Men, the Grand Thing Aimed at in the Scheme

of God. 1784 i8oK

The Way of, a Pastor's Sketches, by Spencer. 1861 2 3!Q

Salvator Mundi, or is Christ the Saviour of all Men ? by Cox. 1878 I226M
Salverte (E.), Names of Men, Nations and Places, translated by

Mordacque, 2 vols. 1864 530-lH

Philosophy of Magic, Prodigies and Apparent Miracles, trans-
lated and edited by Thomson, 2 vols. 1846 598-9!!

&c., translated with notes by Thomson, 2 vols. 1847.. gi^-^M.
Salviani (Hippolito, Italian Naturalist, b. 1514, d. 1572). See Jardine's

Naturalists' Library, 678(3, &c.
Salvini (Tomaso). See Gentleman's Magazine, N.s. [on Shakspere], v. 32, 7527.

Saturday Review, v. 57, R.L., &c.
Salzburg. See Bellow's Europe, isgSR, &c.
Samaria See Bucke's Ancient Cities, i665Z, &c.
Samaritans. See Conder's Palestine, 552K. Ewald's Israel, 6sK. Kurtz's

Church History, 7o6A. Milman's Jews, 157-gQ. Sunday Magazine

[Dealings with], v. 6, 2456J, &c.
Samarkand. See Landell's Asia, 828-soK, &c.

Samoa. See All Year Round, v. 56, i8i6J. Nineteenth Century Magazine [Ger-
man Conduct in], v. 24, 22347. Time [Short Visit to], v. 6, 14967.

Pritchard's Polynesian Reminiscences [Samoan Gods], 767!^, &c.
Sampson (H.), History of Advertising, from the Earliest Times,

with Illustrations and Facsimiles. 1874 IO76R

Samson (Jrtdge in Israel about 1140-20, B.C.). See Gallaudet's Biography, i6g3Z.

Quiver, v. 15, 3285! ; v. 21, 32917. Sunday Magazine [his Life, &c.],

v. 5> 2 455J &c.

Samson (J.). See Harper's Index, i64oja.
Samuel (Jewish Prophet, b. about 1155, d. 1057, B.C.). See Ewald's Israel, 6$K.

Gallaudet's Biography, i693Z. Inman's Faiths, g6K. Quiver, v. 16,

3286J ; v. 20, 3290 j. Robinson's Scripture Characters, isiK. Sunday

Magazine [The Ruler], v. 4, 24547, & c -
Samuels (E.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Samuelson (J.), and Hicks (J. B.), F.L.S., The Earthworm and
the Common House-fly, Eight Lectures, with Microscopic

Illustrations. 1 858 lOjR

San Domingo. See Alison's Europe, 119-310. Stanford's Compendium, SsiK.

West Indies, &c,
San Francisco, Annals of, by Soule and others, illustrated. 1855 5i6H

See also Bayard's Eldorado, 852R. Cornhill [China-Town], v. 54, 334J.

Dixon's White Conquest, 492H. Harper's Monthly, v. 66, i646J.

Macfie's Vancouver Island, &c., 68iK. Rae's Westward by Rail,

i59gR. Smiles' Boy's Voyage, 834Q. Stanford's Compendium, 8soK.

Sunday at Home, v. 27, 2877/5 & c

San Juan. See Harper [Silver District of], v. 64, 1644.7, & c
San Remo. See Health Haunts, 8ioQ, &c.
San Salvador. See Stanford's Compendium, 851 K, &c.

Sanative Influence of Climate, by Clark. 1846 826M

Sanborn (F. B.), Ed., Life and Letters of John Brown, Liberator of

Kansasand Martyr of Virginia. 1885 I53F

Sanborn (Henry D.) Thoreau [American Men of Letters]. 1883 ... 1039(3
Sancta Clara (Abraham A.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe,

Sanctification, Dialogues on, by Pope. 1852 62Z

Sanctuary. See Jusserand's English Wayfaring Life, ig25R. Smith's Jewish

Church, 4 6 7 M, &c.
Sand. See Brown's Science for All, 6286. _ Harvey's Sea-side Book, i868Z.

Myer's Essays, 12930. Ure's Dictionary [for Moulding, &c.], gD, &c.



Sand (George [Madame Dudevant], French Novelist, b. 1804, d.

1876), by Thomas [Eminent Women Series]. 1883 11320

Letters of, translated and edited by De Beaufort, with a Bio-
graphical Sketch, illustrated with six Portraits of George Sand.479-8iF

See also Gautier's French Authors, 254F. Poole's Index, R.L. Zimmern's

Novelists, 6870. Fiction Class List, &c.
Sandal-"Wood Trade. See Leisure Hour, v. 18, 26287.
Sandars (T. C.), M.A., Ed., Institutes of Justinian, with English

Introduction, Translation and Notes. 1865 IOQ7F

Sanday (W.), D.D., Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans !4iQ

Galatians [Ellicott's School Commentary] 25 iQ

Sandcroft (W., Abp. of Canterbury, b. 1616, d. 1693). See Stoughton's Religion

in England, Q2-6M, &c.
Sanders (L. C.), Ed., Statesmen Series, v.D. :

Beaconsfield (Lord), by Kebble I374O

Metternich (Prince), by Malleson I377O

O'Connell (D.), by Hamilton I376O

Palmerston (Viscount), by Sanders '3750

Sanderson (G. P.), Thirteen Years among the Wild Beasts of

India, illustrated. 1878 724F

Sandnnch, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 654(3. Birds, &c.
Sandford (Mrs. J.), Woman, in her Social and Domestic Character. 595T
Sandgate. See Thomson's Health Resorts, psSK, &c.

Sandpiper, The. See Jardine's Naturalists Library, 646(3. Jones' Bermuda,
823F. Science Gossip, v. 8, 2413]. Birds, &c.

Sandringham, Past and Present, by Jones, illustrated. 1883 I348R

See also Leisure Hour, v. 13, 2623J, &c.

Sands (R. C.). See Griswold's Poets of America, 468D, &c.

Sandstone, Old Red Sandstone, by Hugh Miller. 1875 802R

Fossils. See Mantell's Geology, 724-50;, &c.

Sandwich.. See Burrow's Cinque Ports, i66sR. Walford's Pleasant Places,

8isQ, &c.
Sandwich Islands, Six Months in, by Bird, illustrated. 1876 l65oR

See also All the Year Round [Volcanoes of], v. 51, i8nj. Brassey's

Voyage in the Sunbeam, i682R. Brown's Countries of the World,

1630. Lubbock's Primitive Man, 6726. Quarterly, v. 112, I242J.

Wilkinson's Sunny Lands, 837K, &c.
Sandwich (Earl of). See Pepys' Diary, 9020.

Sandys (E.), D.D., Sermons of. 1841 234A

Sandys (G.). See Dana's Housebook Book of Poetry, 4760, &c.

Sandys (Richard Hill), In the beginning; Remarks on Certain

Modern Views of the Creation. 1880 I3O3M

Sandys (W.), F.S.A., and Forster (S. A.), History of the Violin. 9310
Sanford (E.). See Griswold's Poets of America, 4 68D, &c.
Sanford (H. E.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640)3.
Sang Greal. See Nutt's Legend of the Holy Grail, 1324^
SangSter (M. E.), Poems by. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Sanitary and Social Lectures and Essays, by Kingsley. 1889 I968R

Commission of the United States. 1863 I44OZ

Economy, its Principles and Practice. 1850 82iM

Science, Future of, by Richardson. 1877 I44IZ

Rural, by Gardner and others, edited by Marsh. 1876 94lK

Sanitation. See Dempsey's Drainage, 5g8T. Escott's England and its People,

IOI7F. Nature, v. 26, 2686J. Richardson's Health, &c., i^o^Z.

Teale's Dangers to Health, Q2oK. Temple's India, 4_86K, c.
Sankey (C.), M.A., Spartan and Theban Supremacies [Epochs of

Ancient History]. 1884 ....< l8l8Z

See also Cox (Sir G. W.) M.A.

Sankey (Ira D., American Revivalist, b. 1840). See Leisure Hour, v. 24, 2634],

Moody, &c.
Sannazzaro (J., Neapolitan Poet, b. 1458, d. 1530). See Longfellow's Poets and

Poetry of Europe, 473D.

[68 7 ]


Sanskrit, Explanatory Version of Lord Bacon's Novum Organum,
prepared in Sanskrit by Pandit Vitthala S'Astri, and in
English by J. R. Ballantyne, &c., prepared for the Use of
Benares College. 1852 ........................................... ... ii2iH

- Grammar, First Lessons in, prepared for the Use of Benares

College. 1851 ...........................................................

- Reprints for the Pandits, a Dialogue Concerning Art, by J.

Harris, &c., Reprinted for the Use of the English Classes in

the Sanskrit Colleges. 1850 .......................................... H22H

- The Aphorisms of the Vais'eshika Philosophy of Kana'da, with

Illustrative Extracts from the Commentary of Sankara Mis'ra,

&c., printed for the Use of Benares College. 1851 ............ H2oH

- See also Hunter's Indian Empire, 485!^. Science of Thought, 585!!. Bha-

gavad-Gita, &c.
Santa Anna (Gen. A. L. de, Mexican Dictator, b. 1798, d. 1876). See Bancroft's

Mexican People, 420!!. Gilliam's Mexico, 736K, &c.
Santa Cruz Islands. See Coote's Wanderings, 8ioK, &c.
Santiago. See Brassey's Voyage in the Sunbeam, i682R. Coote's Wanderings,

8ioK. King's Argentine Republic, ?66K, &c.
Santillana (Lope de Mendoza, Marquis de). See Longfellow's Poets and

Poetry of Europe, 473D, &c.
Sanziq Raffaello. See Raffello D'Urbino.
Sapphires. See Emanuel's Precious Stones, iidaM. Ure's Dictionary [and

Rubies], 8-gD, &c.
Sappho (Greek Poetess, fl. 611592 B.C.], and Musseus, translated

by Fawkes [Family Classical Library]. 1832 ..................... JI 37Q

- See also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Peter's Poetry of

Greece and Rome, 4740, &c.

Saracens, The, from the Earliest Times, by Oilman [Story of the

Nations]. 1887 ......................................................... 436O

- History and Conquests of the, by Freeman. 1876 .................. 2980

- Lands of the, or Palestine, Sicily, Spain, &c., by Taylor. 1869. 854R

- See also Freeman's Ottoman Power, 3600. Gibbon's Roman Empire, 82-3H.

May's Democracy, s8H. Saturday Review [Art of, in Egypt], v. 62,
R.L., &c.

SaragOSSa. See All the Year Round [Defence of], v. 25, 17857. Spain, &c.
ee Stanford's Compendium, SssK. Borneo, &c.

Sarawak. See

Sarcasm. See Quiver, v. 20, 32907, &c.

Sarcey (Francisque), Paris during the Siege. 1871 ..................... I368R

Sardilli (G. A.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Sardines. See Cassell's Family Magazine [a Tin of), v. 4, 23537. Fishes, &c.

Sardinia. See Alison's Europe, 139-460. Ansted's Scenery, Science and Art,

78sF. Nineteenth Century [and its V/ild Sheep], v. 25, 22357, & c -
Sardonyx. See Emanuel's Precious Stones, n63M. King's Decorative Stones,

iiSgM, &c.

Sargent (E.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja. Poets of America, 4680.
Sargent (J.), M. A., Memoir of Rev. H. Martyn ........................ I675Z

SARK, A Sermon in Stones by Weisse [Blackwood's Magazine, v. 142] 2I2J

- and Guernsey, by Rooke ................................................... i85gZ

- Folk-Lore, by Clarke. 1880 ................................... i86oZ

- Artists' Haunts [Magazine of Art] ............................ . ......... R.L.

- Descriptive Account of the Island [Guernsey Magazine, vol. 3] ... 238^

- Guernsey, &c., a Handbook for Invalids and Naturalists ......... 7070

- See also Argosy, 377. Babington's Primitiae Florae Sarnicae, i84R.

Berry's Guernsey, &c., 3&^P>. Black's Channel Islands and Western
Normandy, I742R. Blackwood's Magazine [pages 178-98], 212],
Chambers' [Traditions of], v. 6, 19267. Cornhill, v. 4, 2847. Daily
Telegraph [Island of Sleep, by Clement Scott], Thursday, August 23,
1888. Dicey's Guernsey, &c., 15020. Duncan's Guernsey, &c., 4o6H.
Fraser, v. 89, 6997. Gentleman's Magazine [and its Caves], v. 21,
7417. Girl's Own Paper [A Girl's Tour in Brittany], 25607. Good



S ARK (continued. )

Words [Caves and Rocks of], v. 26, 2ig6J. Gronow's England and
Wales [p. 261], io2oM. Guernsey and Jersey Magazine, I288H.

Harper, v. 51, i63ij. Hill's Rocks, &c., 7070. Household Words, v.
12, i/52j. Jacob's Annals of Guernsey, 361-26. Knight's Cyclopaedia
of British Empire [Guernsey], 88B. Leighton's Lichen Flora, 7iR.
Lisle's Faith, Hope and Charity, ioo8R. Once a Week [Island of], v.
n, 2271 J. Peacock's Sinkings of Land [p. 185], 86R. Science Gossip
[Raised Beach at], v. 21, 2422] . Smith's Birds of Guernsey, igsR.
Swinburne's Century of Roundels [pp. 90-1], 773Z. Temple Bar [Trip
to], v. 23, I353J. Thomson's Health Resorts, 938K. Tupper's


Guernsey, 4056. Lisle's Faith, Hope and Charity, 2oiX. Report of

the Guernsey Society of Natural Science, 2oi2R. Channel Islands,

Guernsey, &c.

SarmentO (J. E. de M.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730.
Sarnia. See Guernsey.

Samian Melodies. See Guernsey and Jersey Magazine, I284-8H.
Sarrans (B., Jun.), Lafayette, Louis-Philippe, and the Revolution

of 1830, translated, 2 vols. 1832 314-50

Sartor Resartus, by Carlyle icooO and 8;T

Sartoris (Mrs. A., nee Adelaide Kemble). See Fiction Class List following the

General Catalogue.

Saskatchewan and the Rocky Mountains, by Southesk. 1875 8l7K
Sass (Mr). See Frith's Reminiscences, 6i5-6i6Fa.
Satan. See Conway's Demonology, gog-ioM. Inman's Faiths, g6K. Robinson's

Scripture Characters, 15 iK, &c.
Satires, British Satirist, comprising the best Satires of the most

Celebrated Poets. 1831

Satires of A. Persius Flaccus, with a Translation and Commentary by

Conington and a Lecture on his Life, edited by Nettleship ... 1199!!

See also Leisure Hour [Service of], v. 12, 263^, &c.

Satsuma Rebellion, an Episode of Modern Japanese History, by

Mounsey. 1879 3?oO

Saturday Magazine [1832-44] 170-838

Saturday Night. See All the Year Round, v. 51, i8nj, &c.

Saturday Review, from vol i. 1855 R.L.

Saturday Review, Essays and Sketches. 1873 io87R

Saturn, Grecian Deiiy. See Conway's Demonology, gogM. Homer, &c.

Saturn, the Planet, and its System, by Proctor, illustrated. 1865... 7050

See also Brown's Science for All, 6286. Knowledge [Rings of], v. 3, 2583J.

Leisure Hour [Architecture of], v. 6, 26i6J. Astronomy, &c.
Satyrs. vSV* Goldsmid's Myths, 2011 R, &c.
Sauces. See Beeton's Household Management, ggjM. Girl's Own Annual [and

how to make them], v. 3, 2553^. Cookery, &c.

King of Israel, killed himself 1055 B.C.). See Ewald's Israel 6sK.

Milman's Jews, iSjQ. Robinson's Scripture Characters, isiK. Sunday

Magazine, v. i, 245iJ, &c.
Saul of Tarsus [St. Paul], his Life and its Lessons, by Mackenzie ... 1234^

See also Paul (St.), Apostles, Christianity, &c.

Saumarez (James Saumarez, Lord de, Celebrated Admiral of Guern-
sey, b. 1757, d. 1836), Memoirs and Correspondence of, by
Ross, 2 vols. 1838 224-5 and 640-iF

See also Macaulay's Wonderful Stories, 238oX. Guernsey and Jersey Maga-
zine, Biographical Dictionaries, &c.

Saumarez, or Sausmarez, Family of Guernsey. See Jacob's Annals, 3626.
Sarnia, 14160, and other works on Guernsey.

Saunders (F.), Pastime Papers. 1885 1050 and I996R

[Names, Letter-writing, The Old Masters, Genius in Jail, Marvels of
Memory, Cobblers, Printers, &c.]

Salad for the Social. 1856 262R

[Money, Bookcraft, Toilet, Law Humours, Mysteries of Medicine, Literary
Larcenies, Pulpit Peculiarities, &c.]

26 [689]


Saunders (F.), Salad for the Solitary, by an Epicure. 1856 263R

[Talkative and Taciturn, Flowers, Matrimony, Curious Books, Sports,

Dying Words, Selfish and Social, Pleasures of the Pen, Sleep and its
. Mysteries, &c.]

Saunders (John). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Saunders (Katherine). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Sausages. See Smith's Foods, s8oR, &c.
Sausmarez. See Saumarez.

Saussure (De). See Forbes' Alps of Savoy, 5966, &c.
Savage, The. See Inman's Faiths, 96Ka. Lubbock's Primitive Man, 6726.

Malthus' Population [Savage Life], I093F. Nineteenth Century, v. 17,

2227J. Heathen, Indians, South Sea Islands, Travel, &c.
Savage (J-), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640]^, &c.
Savage (M. W., Novelist, d. 1872). See Fortnightly [Women of Business], v. n,

2ioiJ. Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue, &c.
Savage (R., Poet, b. 1697, d. 1743), Poetical Works and Life by

Johnson [Poets of Great Britain], 2 vols. 1807 375-6Z

See also Cunningham's Eminent Englishmen, 2sF. Fitzgerald's English

Stage, 338!), &c.
Savary {French General, b. 1774, d. 1833). See Alison's Europe, 124-360, &c.

Savigny (J. B. H.), Voyage to Senegal in 1816. 1818

Saving Faith, by Morison. 1871 ^Z

Savings Banks. See Good Words [Penny], v. i, 2171 J. Levi's Work and Pay,

283R. McCulIoch's British Empire, 712!!. Saturday Review [Postal],

v. 53, R.L. Banks, &c.

Savipli(L. V.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730.
Saviour, My, or Meditations on the Names and Titles of Christ, by

East. 1832 690,

See also Inman's Faiths, g6Ka. Christ, Lord, Jesus, Messiah, &c.

Savonarola (G., Italian Monk, b. 1452, 'Executed 1498), Life and

Times of, by P. Valari, translated by L. Villari, with Portraits

and Illustrations, 2 vols. 1889 68o-lF

See also Cooke's Great Lives, 10030. Oliphant's Makers of Florence, 3500.

Quiver, v. 12, 3282J. Sunday at Home, v. 29, 28jgJ. The Reformers,
14670, &c.

Savoy, Alps of, by Forbes, illustrated. 1845 59^B

Glaciers of, by Rendu. 1874 7840

See also Bellow's Europe, isgSR. Williams' Alps, Italy, &c., 5906, &c.

Saw-mills. See Beckmann's Inventions, 697(3, & c -

Saward ( B. C. ) Decorative Painting io66M

Sawyer (William). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Saxe (J. G.). See Harper's Index, i64oja. Poets of America, 468 D, &c.

Saxon, the Celt and the Roman, a History of the Early Inhabitants

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