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described in the Novels and Romances of Sir W. Scott, with

a complete Glossary for all his Works. 1833 1038!!

by Hutton [English Men of Letters]. 1879 loSoO

Memoirs of the Life of, by Lockhart, 4 vols. 1837-8 486-9F

See also Chambers' Miscellany [Life of], 6siR. Dana's Household Book

of Poetry, 4760. Fraser, v. 2, 6i2j. Griswold's Poets and Poetry of
England, 4720. Keble's Papers and Reviews, I203H. Leisure Hour,
v. 2, 2612] ; [Reminiscences of], v. 21, 26317. Lennox's Celebrities,
ioi7H. Merydew's Love Letters, v. 2, 677F. Rogers' Scotland,
95o-iF. Stephens' Hours in a Library, no2R. Stirling's Old Drury
Lane, issSR. Waverley Anecdotes, 1259-67. Fiction Class List fol-
lowing the General Catalogue.

Scott (W.), Existence of Evil Spirts Proved [Congregational Lectures] i I3M
Scott (William Bell), Little Masters [Great Artists]. 1881 11170

Ed., Poetical Works of L. E. Landon ;i6M

Scott (W. Booth), Cleansing Streets and Ways in the Metropolis and

large Cities [International Health Exhibition]. 1884 9goM

Scoville (S. ), A Biography of Henry Ward Beecher. 1888 65oF

Scrap Book of Literary Varieties in Prose and Verse, ill. ... 1149 and 1273!!

Scrapers. See Brown's Palaeolithic Man, gosF.

Screen-Making and Painting. See Boy's Own Annual, v. 5, 29557. Girl's Own
Annual [How to make them], v. 3, 25537 ; [Painting in Oil Colours],
v. 10, 25607. Glaister's Needlework, g62M.

Screw Propeller. See Smiles' Inventions, c., H72R, &c.

Screws. See English Mechanic, v. 46, 10460, &c.

Scribes and Pharisees. See Smith's 7ewish Church, 467M, &c.

Scribner's Monthly, an Illustrated Magazine for the People, con-
ducted by J. G. Holland, from Vol. i. 1870 1851!

The serial tales and some of the principal contents will be found under their
proper headings in Fiction, or in the general body of the catalogue,,
with the shelf number specified. The general contents will be found in
Poole's Index [Reference Library], under such subjects as this maga-
zine deals with. In 1881 Scribner's Monthly was continued as the
Century Magazine.

SCRIPTURE. Scriptural Coincidences, by Blunt. 1881 234^!

and Geological Science, by J. P. Smith iioMand i66Q

Characters, by Robinson, 2 vols 26i-2A and I5I-2K

Sketches of Sermons, by Burns. 1851 246M

Doctrine of, by Lad d, 2 vols. 1883 259-oA

Expositor, or Visitor's Assistant, by Holland ; 88Q 1

Help, by Bickersteth. 1835 inQ

History, by Riddle. 1868 56$

Jewish, by Giles. 1856 , 539A

Illustrations, by Bush. 1870 73A

Interpretation, by Wordsworth. See Replies to Essays and Reviews,

66sA.

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SCR ENGLISH SECTION. SOU



Scripture Knowledge, Treasury of [Bagster's] ........................... 57Q-

- Lands, by Kitto. 1850 [Containing 24 maps, &c.] .................. 368M

- Manners and Customs ...................................................... iSQ'

- Misread Passages of Scripture, by Brown. 1869 .................. i8)Q

- Natural History, by Carpenter. 1833 ................................. 256M

- Observations on the Unfulfilled Prophecies of, by Fry. 1835 ... 531 A

Various Passages of, by Harmer, 4 vols. 1816 ............. 25 1 -4 A



Pupil Teacher's Handbook, by Turner. 1864

Studies, by White. 1866 ................................................... 52oM

Testimony to the Messiah, by Smith, 2 vols. 1847 ............... 526-7 A

- Two Notable Corruptions of [a work on the Trinity], by Newton. 492A

Typology of, by Fairbairn, 2 vols ........................................ 457-8A

- Young Men of, by Kitchens. 1879 ........................ , ........... 345M

Scriptures, History of Interpretation, Lectures by Farrar. 1886 ... I92K

Plenary Inspiration of the, by Gaussen. 1841 ........ . .............. 4iiA

- The Eastern Mirror, an Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures,

by Fowler. 1814 ...................................................... 4^A

- Monthly Interpreter, a new Expository Magazine, edited by

Exell, vols. 1-3. 1885-6 ............................................. 6i9-2iA

Translated into Oriental Languages [Buchanan's Researches] ... I4K

- See also Border's Oriental Customs, 2iQ. Essays and Reviews [Inter-

pretation], 662A. Expositor, 551 J. Fowler's Eastern Mirror
! Illustrated by Oriental Customs], 463A. Inman's Faiths, g6Ka.
Moulton's English Bible, 4i8M. Quiver [the Unity of], v. 15, 3285].
Rays from the East, I45K. Sacred Literature, 905-23.^. Sunday at
Home [Chinese Illustrations of the], v. i, 28517. limbs' Works
[Scriptural Prophecies], 8s6Z. Bible, Old and New Testament,
Comtnentaries, &c.

Scrivener (F. H., Biblical Critic, b. 1813), M.A., Introduction to
the Criticism of the New Testament, for the use of Biblical
Students. 1861 ......................................................... 247A

- See also Codex Sinaiticus, i3oiM, &c.

Scriver (Christian), Gotthold's Emblems : or, Invisible Things Under-

stood by Things that are made, translated by Menzies. 1863 I3O2M
Scrofula. See Man and his Maladies, 93QK. Medicine, &c.
Scudder (H. E.), Noah Webster [American Men of Letters]. iO4iQand 3ioT

- and Taylor (M. Hanseen), Eds., Life and Letters of Bayard

Taylor, 2 vols. 1884 ................................................... 997-8O

- See also Harper's Index, i64oja, c.

Scudery (Madame de, Novelist, b. 1607, d- I 7 01 )- See Kavanagh's French

Women, 66oO.
Sculling -and Canoeing. See Crawley's Handbooks, H52M. Woodgate's

Boating, I266R. Boating, &c.

SCULPTURE AND SCULPTORS Works relating to :

(See also Art, Architecture, Archaology, Names, &c.)

Sculptors, the most Eminent British, by Cunningham ............ IO5OQ 1

Sculpture, Italian, Handbook of, by Perkins, illustrated. 1883 9090'

- Lectures on, by Flaxman. 1838 .................................... 95oD (

- Manual of, by Redfprd. 1882 ....................................... io82M

[Egyptian, Assyrian, Greek, Roman.]
- - Ancient Sculpture, by Paris, edited by Harrison. 1890 9ioF

- Wonders of, by Viardot, illustrated. 1872 ..................... 8650

- See also Anver's History of Art, logsM. Art Journal [Italian, at the

Birmingham New Museum], v. 37, R.L. Canova and his Works, i66F.
Century [French Contemporary], v. 11,18837. Dyer's Imitative Art,
93oD. Eastlake's Life of Gibson, 273F. Eden's Japan, 8i4Q.

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SCULPTURE AND SCULPTORS Works relating to (continued.}

Gentleman's Magazine, N.s. [and Modelling], v. 30, 75oJ. Great
Artists, uooO. Harper's Index, i64oja. Harper's New Monthly
Magazine [Modern French], v. 76, i656J. Layard's Nineveh, ss6K.
Pattison's Renaissance of Art in Frauce, 3270. Nichol's British
Museum, 863F. Ruskin's Arata Pentelici [Lectures on], 847R.
Scribner's Monthly, v. 4, 18547. Vasari's Painters, c., 887-910, &c.

Scurvy. See Long's Voyage of the Jeannette, 676-7!}. Nares' Polar Sea, 672-3!^.
Disease, Sailors, Voyages, &c.

Scythians. See Ewald's Israel, 64K. Hunter's Indian Empire, 485^ &c.

SEA and Sky in many Latitudes, or Wanderings in Search of Weather,

by Abercromby. 1833 ................................................ 8^Z

- Bottom of the, by Sonrel, translated by Rich, illustrated. 1870 2I22R
[Half Hours in the Deep]. 1875 ....................................... 566Q

- Physical Geography of the, by Maury ............ .......... 757H and 6QOQ

- The Depths of the, by Thomson, illustrated. 1873 ................. 756F

- Sea and its Living Wonders, by Hartwig, illustrated. 1873. 757*"

- Toilers in the, by Cooke. 1889 .......................................... 2I24R

- World of the, by Hart, illustrated ............................... 755 and 8o7F

See also Adam's British Navy, 470*3 ; Neptune's Heroes, 9780.. Brady's

Kedge-Anchor, SgiD. Brown's Science for All [Colour, Saltness,



Deep Sea Life, &c.], 6278. Dana's Life before the Mast, i73iR.
English Illustrated [Sea of Galilee], v. 5, 19957. Estes' Recreations
in Science [Animal life at Great Depths], 4g6R. Girl's Own Annual
[Superstitions of the], v. 10, 25607. Herbert's Fish and Fisheries, 796 F.



Holder's Marvels of Animal Life, 8ooF. Jones' Credulities [and Sea-
Products of], V. 3, 2'

clus' Phenomena, 805]
Scribner's Monthly [Depths of the" Sea], v. 14, 18647. The Tides,



men], go2M. Knowledge [Commercial Products of], v. 3, 25837.
Nature [Deep, Light in], v. 30, 26907. Reclus' Phenomena, 805 F.



692(5. Timbs' Works [Seas' and Lakes and Rivers], 854Z. Zeller's
Greek Philosophy, ssS-gM. Boy's Own Annual [Collisions at Sea], v.
n, 29617. Proctor's Studies [Monsters], 447R. Transactions of the
Guernsey Society of Natural Science [Changes in Level of Sea and
Land round Guernsey], 2oi2R. Also Names, e.g~., Atlantic, Arctic,
Mediterranean, Pacific, &c.

Sea, The, its Stirring Story of Adventure, Peril and Heroism, by

Whymper, illustrated, 4 vols io8-uD

Sea- Anemones. See Brown's Science for All, 6286. Lewes' Sea-side Studies,
822F. Sowerby's Aquarium, 632(5, &c.

Sea-Bathing. See Boy's Own Annual [?.nd Sea Swimming], v. 4, 29547.
Buchan's Medicine, &c. [and Use of Mineral Waters], 913 K. Know-
ledge [Dangers of], v. 4, 25847. Bathing, Swimming, c.

Sea-Birds. See Century Magazine [at the Fame Islands], v. 10, 18827. Dun-
can's Sea Shore, 627(3. Birds, Natural History, &c.

Sea-Coast, Common Things of the, by Pratt, illustrated. 1856 57Q

See also M'Culloch's British Empire, 7tiH, &c.

Sea-Fishing. See Boy's Own Annual, v. 7, 29577. Fishing, &c.
Sea- Lion, The. See 7ardine's Naturalists' Library, 663Q.

Sea-Mosses, Guide to Marine Algae, by Hervey, illustrated. i8Si I20R
Sea-Ports. See Harper [Defence of our], v. 71, 16517. M'Culloch's British

Empire, 71 iH. Names, e.g., Bristol, Liverpool, Portsmouth, &c.
Sea-Reptiles. See Brown's Science for All, 6276. Reptiles, &c.
Sea-Serpent. See All the Year Round, v. 23, 17837. 7 ar dine's Naturalists'

Library, 668Q. Knowledge [or Seaweed], v. i, 25817, &c.

Sea-Shore, A Year at the Shore, by Gosse, col. illus. 1877 56Q

Sea-Sickness. See Cassell's Family Magazine [and its Cure], v. i, 23507.

Knowledge [Relief of], v. 4, 25847. Medicine, &c.
Sea-side Book, being an Introduction to the Natural History of the

British Coasts, by Harvey. 1857 i868Z

Book for the Sea-side, illustrated [R.T.S.] 55Q

[Cliffs, Fishes, The Beach, Shells, Sand, Sea- Weeds, Sea Birds, &c.]

Common Objects of the Sea-Shore and Hints for our Aquarium,

by Wood, illustrated. 1861 7i6Z

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SEA ENGLISH SECTION. SEA



Sea-side Doings, &c. See Thomson's Health Resorts,

Half Hours at the Sea-Side, by Taylor, illustrated. 1876 ......... ' 588Q

Naturalist, by Fraser, illustrated .......................................... 59Q'

Resorts [Miller's Our English Shores], illustrated. 1888 .......... I72JR

Studies at Ilfracombe, Tenby, the Scilly Isles and Jersey, by

Lewes, illustrated. 1858 ............................................. 822F

- of Natural History, by E. C. Agassiz and A. Agassiz. 1863 783?"
- The, by Duncan [S.P.C.K.], illustrated. 1879 ....................... 627Q

- Wonders of the, by Kingsley, coloured illustrations. 1859 ....... 59 iQ

- - See also Escott's England and its People, ioi7F. Granville's Spas of
England, 351-3 K. Knowledge [English], v. 3, 2583 J. Buckland's
Curiosities, 594(3. Chambers' [Is it free to all?], v. 61, 1961 J, &c.
Sea-Tales, Episodes of Former Days, a Book for Boys .................. I77T

- See also Contemporary [Clark-Russell's], v. 46, 20567. Kingston, Marryat,

&c., in Fiction Class List.
Sea-Urchins, &c., by Romanes. 1883 .................................. I24R

- See aha Buckley's Life, &c., io6R. Fraser's Seaside Naturalist, sgoQ.

Sowerby's Aquarium, 632(3. Taylor's Seaside, 588Q, &c.
Sea- Voyages. See Chambers [A Terrible Voyage], v. 56, 19567. Voyages,

Travels, &c.

Sea-~Waves. See Fraser [Greatest ever known], v. 82, 6g?J. Sea, &c.
Sea-Weed, British, a Popular History, and Notices of Fresh-

water Algoe, by Landsborough. 1857 .............................. 2H9R

- Collector, Guide to the Marine Botanist, by Hibberd, ill .......... 133^

Collector's Guide, by Cocks. 1853 .................................... 58gQ

Sea-weeds, Common, by Louisa Lane Clarke ........................... 583$

- of Great Britain, by Grattann, illustrated ............................. 752F

- See also Cassell's Family Magazine [Practical Uses of], v, 5, 23547. Dun-

can's Sea-Shore, 62yQ. Harvey's British Alga5, jjoT). Leisure Hour
[Sea-weed Harvest in Jersey], v. 10, 2620]. Pratt's Sea Coast, 587(2.
Science Gossip, v. i, 24117. Taylor's Sea-side, 588Q. Boy's Own
Annual, v. 6, 29567. Marine Algae, Aquariums, Sea-Shore, &c.

Sea of Mountains, Lord Dufferin's Tour through British Columbia,

1876, by St. John, 2 vols. 1877 ................................. 1624-51-1

Seacole (Mary). See Every-day Heroes, 14550, c.

Seal, The. See Buckley's Life's Race, i2gR. Cassell's Magazine [a few words on],
v. 8, 23487. Chambers' [and Seal Hunting in Shetland], v. 61, 19617.
Half Hours in the Deep, s66Q. Hart's World of the Sea, 755 and 807 F.
Hartwig's The Sea and its Living Wonders [and Walruses], 757 F.
7ardine's Naturalists' Library, 660 and 668Q. Leisure Hour, v. 37,
26477. Long's Voyage of the Jeannette, 676-76. Martin's British



Colonies, 4726, &c.

Fax. See Beckmann's Inventions, 697(3. Ure's Dictionary, 8D, &c.
Seals, Great, illustrated. See Knight's England, 147-52^ Tytler's Scottish



Worthies, 1045-70., c.
Seamarks, Our, a Plain Account of the Lighthouses, Lightships,

Beacons, Buoys, &c., on our Coasts, by Edwards. 1884 II57M

Seamen, Nautical Tables for, by Inman. 1830 33D-

See also Adam's Queen Anne, ia8oH. Campbell's British Admirals, i-7F.

Harper [The Old English], 16467. Leisure Hour [Superstitions of],
v. i, 26117. Sailors, Mariners, Navy, So.

Seamer (Mrs.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Searle (].), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64o7a.

Sears (E. H.), Foregleams of Immortality. 1859 65Z

Season Ticket, The, a work on Social and Political Thought and

Ideas. 1860 I052F

Seasons, Book of the, by Howitt, illustrated. 1856 572Q

of the Year. 1853 569$

Pictured in Forty-eight Sun Views of the Earth, and Twenty-four

Zodiacal Maps and other Drawings, by Proctor. 1885

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SEA. GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. SEG-

Seasons, Sacred Philosophy of the, by Duncan, 2 vols. 1855 3OO-IM

Spring, Summer, sooM. Autumn, Winter, 3oiM.

The, Poems by Thomson 341 and 345Q

. See also Heath's Winter, 1274]^. Saturday Review [Old-fashioned], v.

53, R.L. Guernsey Magazine, v. 16 and 17, 2396-7], Spring, Autumn,
Winter, &c.
Seaward (Sir E. ), Narrative of his Shipwreck and Discovery of

certain Islands in the Carribean Sea, edited by Porter. 1853 !28oR
'Sebastian! (French Generals). Sec Alison's Europe, 126-360, &c.

Sevastopol, Campaign of, by Hamley. 1855 282!!

See also Crimean War, Russia, War, &c.

Secret of Death, from the Sanscrit, with some Collected Poems by

Arnold. 1885 8iiM

Secret of Success, or how to get on in the World, by Adams. 1879 239R

See also Chambers, v. 59, igsgj, &c.

Secret Societies of all Ages and Countries, by Heckthorn, 2 vols ... 377O

the European Revolution [1796-1876], by Frost, 2 vols. ... 32-3!!

the Middle Ages [R.T.S.]. 1837 I247Z

. See also Alison's Europe, 139-460. All the Year Round, v. 49, iSogJ.

Fenians, Freemasonry, &c.

Sects. See Hall's Puritans, goK. Inman's Faiths, g6Ka. Ecclesiastical His-
tory, Religions, &c.
Secular Instruction, Suggested Hints towards Improved, making it

bear upon Practical Life, by Dawes I 5 I 3 an d i$i^7,

Secularism. See Davies' Heterodox London, 35K. Escott's England and its
People, ioi7F. Present Day Tracts [and Christianity compared], v.
2, 235!'. Religious Systems of the World [by Foote], 934A, &c.
Sedan. See Cassell's Franco-German War, 456-713. Good Words, v. 12, 2i82j.
Leisure Hour [In and around], v. 19, 2629.7. Saturday Review [Cam-
paign of, 1871], v. 58, R.L., &c.

Sedan-Chairs. See Colquhoun's China, 54I-2K, &c.
Seddall (H.), B.A., Malta Past and Present, a History from the

Days of the Phoenicians to the Present Time. 1870 45QK

Sedgwick (A., Geologist, b. 1785, d. 1873), M.A., and Heape (W.),

Eds., Elements of Embryology, by Foster and Balfour. 1883 828M
Sedgwick (Miss C. M., American Novelist, b. 1790, d. 1867), Letters
from Abroad to Kindred at Home [a Tour in Europe], 2

vols in I. 1841 H5oR

Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja. Fiction Class List following

the General Catalogue, &c.

Seebohm (F.), The English Village Community. 1883 363K

Seeds. See Brown's Science for All, 6298. Jesse's Gleanings, 579Q. Knowledge
[Dispersion of], v. 9, -2589] . Science Gossip, v. 5, 24i2j. Wallace's
Darwinism, 2i2iR, &c.

Seeing and Thinking, by Clifford. 1879 I58R

See also Cassell's Family Magazine [and Reading, &c.], v. 15, 13657.

Seeley (H. G.), F.R.S., Factors in Life Health, Food, Education 844M
Freshwater Fishes of Europe, their Genera, Species, Structure,

Habits and Distribution, illustrated. 1886 8nF

R., Professor of History, b. 1834), M.A., A Short History

of Napoleon the First. 1886 ,..' 12900

Ecce Homo, a Survey of the Life and Work of Jesus Christ 453 A

Life and Times of Stein, or Germany and Prussia in the Napoleonic

Age, 3 vols. 1878 5H-3F

The Expansion of England, two courses of Lectures. 1888 15150

See also Fortnightly, v. 38, 2I28J, &c.

Seer, The, or Common-places Refreshed, by Hunt. 1840 970!!

Seguin (L. G.), The Black Forest, its People and Legends, illus. ... I354R
See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

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SEG ENGLISH SECTION. SEN

Segur (Count, Ambassador from France to the Courts of Russia and

Prussia, />. 1753, d. 1832), Memoirs and Recollections, 3 vols. 492-4F

Seine, The. Sec Art Journal [Scenery of], v. 34, R.L. Paris, &c.

Selborne, Natural History of, by White. 1851 631(3 and 4iR

See also Longman [Pilgrimage to], v. 3, 893], &c.

.Selborne (Roundell Palmer, Earl of, Lawyer, b. 1812), A Defence

of the Church of England against Disestablishment. 1886... I2O3M

Ancient Facts and Fictions concerning Churches and Tithes. 1888 I2O4\I

Selby. See Macquoid's About Yorkshire, i35oR, &c.

Select British Divines. See Bradley (C.), 125-39^!, &c. .

Self See M'Cosh's Mind, 74 8A.

Self-approbation, Self-command and Self-deceit. See Smith's Moral Senti-
ments, sSSH, &c.

Self-Consciousness. See Compayre"s Pedagogy, 2g6R.

Self-Culture and Self- Reliance, under God the means of Self-Eleva-
tion, by Unsworth. 1879 H23R

by Blackie. 1874 66gT

- Thoughts on, Addressed to Women, by Grey and Shirreff. 1851. Q6iR

Self-Formation, or Aids to Mind-Life, by P. Hood. 1879 5I9T

Self-Help, with Illustrations of Character, &c., by Smiles... IO93R and i63T

Self-Ignorance and Self-Acquaintance, by Baxter. 1828 I98Q

Self-Improvement. See Young Ladies' Treasure Book, i3iD, &c.

Selfishness. See Emotions, Sentiments, c.

Self- Knowledge, by Mason 1222, 1416 and 16877

Self- Surrender, a Second series of Consecrated Women, by Hack. 957O

Selkirk (A., Scotch Mariner, b. 1676, d. after 1711). See Chambers' Miscellany,
v. 1 6, 63oR. Robinson Crusoe, &c.

Selwyn (G. A., Bishop of New Zealand, b. 1809, d. 1878), D.D.,

Life of, by Tucker, 2 vols. 1879 623-4F

See also Boy's Own Annual, v. 7, 2957^ Japp's Labour, &c. , 95iQ.

Poole's Index, R.L. Sunday at Home, v. 25, 28757, & c -

Selwyn (George A., Man of Fashion and Wit, b. 1719, d. 1791),

and Chesterfield (Lord), by Hay ward. 1854 I276R

See also Living Age, v. 2, 3327, &c.

.Semedburg (J. R.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

;Semedo (B. M. C.) See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.

Semiramis (Queen of Assyria, flourished about 1250 B.C.). See Clayton's
Female Warriors, 6430. Assyria, &c.

.Semmes (Admiral, Confederate Naval Officer, Commanded the Ala-
bama during the War of Secession, b. 1810), Memoirs of,
Service Afloat during the War between the States. 1869

Semper (Karl), Natural Conditions of Existence, illustrated 388R

Semple (Robert), Second Journey in Spain, in the Spring of 1809 ... I7O2R

Sen (Keshab Chandra), and the Brahma Samaj, by Slater. 1884 ... 559-M

See also Oxley's Modern Messiahs, &c., 1254^!, &c.

'Senate. See Bryce's American Commonwealth [The Federal], 517-9!!. Gibbon's
Roman Empire, 74-85^ Percy's Anecdotes, 9277, &c.

Seneca (L. Annaeus, Roman Stoic and Moralht, b. 2, murdered 65),
Minor Dialogues, together with the Dialogue on Clemency,
translated by Stewart. 1889 I2OIH

See also Humboldt's Cosmos, 483R. Lecky's Morals, 384-5 M. Peter's

Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740. Gates' Stoicism, i255\I, c.
Senefelder (A., German Inventor, b. 1771, d. 1834), History and

Course of Lithography, translated. 1819 58D

Senegal, a Voyage to, in 1816, by Savigny. 1818 64OK

Senior (N. W., Political Economist, b. 1790, d. 1864), Conversations
with Distinguished Persons during the Second Empire
[1852-60], edited by his Daughter, 2 vols. 1880 436-7H

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Senior (N. W.), Conversations with M. Thiers, M. Guizot, &c.

[1860-63], edited by his Daughter. 1878 434-5H

Journals kept in France and Italy, from 1848-52, with a Sketch

of the Revolution of 1848, 2 vols. 1871 , I37I-2R

See also Napier's Correspondence, 273 H, &c.
Sennacherib (King of \ Assyria, ^assassinated 680 B.C.). See Ewald's Israel,

64K. Ragozin's Assyria, 4320, &c.

Sensation. See Knowledge [in a severed Head], v. 6, 2586], Lewes' Philosophy,
57I-2H. Science of Thought, 585!!. Sully's Illusions, 36oR. M'Cosh's
Mind, 74 8A, &c.

Sensationalism. See Compayre"s Pedagogy, ag6R, &c.
Sense. See Kant's Reason, 666T. Westminster Review [Common Sense, a

Nemesis], v. 130, R.L.

Senses, Instincts, and Intelligence of Animals, with special Refer-
ence to Insects, by Lubbock. 1889 376R

of Man, by Bernstein. 1885 363!*.

[Touch, Sight, Hearing, Smell and Taste.]

See also Bastian's Brain, 387R. Compayre"s Pedagogy, 2g6R. Good

Words [Culture of the], 21997. Knowledge [in Infants], v. 4, 25847.

Leisure Hour [the Five], v. 15, 26257. Smith's Essays, 462^!. M'Cosh s

Mind, 748A, &c.
Sensibilities. See Compayre"s Pedagogy, 2g6R. Fortnightly Review [a

Study of], v. 37, 21277. Sunday at Home [Sensitiveness], v. 34, 28847.

Sententiae Artis, first Principles of Art, by Quilter. 1886 9o6L>

Sentimental Journey, and Letters to Eliza, by Yorick [L. Sterne].. 6i6Z
Sentiments, Moral, by Smith 588H

See also Brown's Ethics, 243^!. Wright's Domestic Manners, 942F.

Character, &c.

Sepoy Rebellion. See Cassell's India, 22oD. Indian Mutiny. India, &c.
September. See Howitt's Seasons, 572(3. Month, &c.

Sepulchres of Etruria, in 1839, by Gray, illustrated. 1840.... I427R

our Departed, by Anspach. 1859 I222M

See also Knight's Pictorial Bible, 4oo-4M. Scott's Catacombs of Rome

[Remains of Early Christians], I238M. Graves, &c.

Sergeant (Adeline). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Sergeant (LA Greece, illustrated 4O4T

William Pitt, English Political Leaders. 1882 12420

Seringapatam. See Cassell's India, 228D. India, &c.

Serle (A., Devotional Writer, b. 1741, d. 1812), Selections from the

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SERMONS and Lectures, by McCombie. 1871 58734

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Oxford and Cambridge [1876-1878], by Vaughan. 1878 iooQ

by Hankinson. 1844 482A

Henry Ward Beecher, 2 vols. 1869 488-gA

Jay, 2 vols. 1830 98-9K

Ker. 1869 5 8 4 M

Usher [R.T.S.] 73 Z

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Year, by Girdlestone, 2 vols. 1836 578-gM

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Important Subjects, by Finney 236K

Scripture Characters, by Burns. 1851 246M

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Sermon on the Mount and the Parable of the Sower, translated

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New Testament, Three Hundred Outlines of. 1882 49oM



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