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18237. 7 ar dine's Naturalist's Library, 645 and 654(3. Jesse's
Gleanings, 579Q. Leisure Hour [London], v. 13, 26237. Science
Gossip, v. 2, 24117 5 [New History of], v. 19, 24217. Watson's
Sylvan Folk, 2ii2R. Birds, &c.

Sparrowhawk, The. See Science Gossip, v. 15, 24187. Birds, &c.

Sparta, Spartan and Theban Supremacies, by Sankey. 1884 l8i8Z

See also Bucke's Ancient Cities, 16647. May's Democracy, 38H. Mitford's
Greece, ioi-8H. Greece, &c.

Spas of England, by Granville, illustrated, 3 vols. 1841 35 J -3K

Germany, by Granville, illus., 2 vols. 1837 4i6-7K and I4OO-IR

See also Baths.

Speakers of the House of Commons. See Lucy's Parliament, 3i6-7H. Stubbs'
History, 211-20, &c.

Speaker's Commentary, edited by F. C. Cook, 10 vols 5I6-23A

[For contents of volumes see under Cook (F. C.)].

Speaking. See Mackenzie's Vocal Organs, 934K. Time [Public Speaking],
v. 4, 14947. Elocution, Oratory, &c.

Speaking-Trumpet. See Beckmann's Inventions, 697(3, &c.

Spears. See Anderson's Scotland in Pagan Times, 896 F. Boutell's Arms and
Armour, 3660. Brown's Palaeolithic Man [Stone Spears, c.], gosF.
Chambers' [Story of a Spear], v. 56, 19567.

Specie. See Money, Metals, &c.

Species. See Nature [Diffusion of], v. 30, 26907. Science of Thought, sSsH.
Wallace's Darwinism, 2i2iR. Dawson's Origin of the World, 564R.
Natural History, &c.

Spectacles. See Cassell's Family Magazine [How to choose a pair of], v. 8,

Spectator, The, by Acldison [British Essayists]. 1840 ....88oH and I2-2IT
Spectral Illusions. See Leisure Hour, v. 13, 26237. Inman's Faiths, g6Ka, &c.
Spectrometer. See Nature [in Meteorology], v. 26, 26867, & c -
Spectroscope, The, and its Application, by Lockyer, illus. 1875.. I 53 R

by Proctor [S.P.C.K. Science Manuals]. 1877 755Z

See also Brown's Science for All, 6296. Lockyer's Spectrum Analysis, 37?R.

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SPE ENGLISH SECTION. SPE

Spectrum Analysis, by Roscoe [Manchester Science Lectures]. 18/0 452R
- by Schellen, trans, by Lassell, edited by Abney, illus. 1885... 695!)
- in its Application to the Heavenly Bodies, by Huggins [Man-

chester Science Lectures]. 1870 .................................... 452R

- Solar Spectrum, Researches by Kirchoff, translated by Roscoe.

1862 ...................................................................... 339B

- Studies in, by Lockyer. 1886 ....................................... 377R

- See also Este's Recreations in Science, 4Q6R. Good Words, v. 14, 21847.
Ure's Dictionary, 8D. Science Lectures, 452R. Nature, v. 39,
26997. Astronomy, Light, Science, Spectroscope, &c.

Speculations, Literary and Philosophic, by De Quincey. 1862 ... 657R
Speculative Manias. See Chambers' Miscellany, 632R, &c.
Speech and Elocution, Principles of, by Bell. 1849 .................... 650! I

- Families of, Four Lectures, by Farrar. 1870 ........................ 944^

- Organs of, by Von Meyer .................................................. 39oR

- The Speech we Utter [Suggestive Lessons] ........................... 1829^

- See also Bastian's Brain, sSyR. Hood's Preachers, 54iM. Plumptre's Elo-

cution, io4oH. Sound, Speaking, Oratory, &c.
Speeches and Addresses of Albert, Prince Consort. 1862 ............ 9iP'

and Addresses of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales [1863-1888],

edited by J. Macaulay. 1889 ........................ ............... 662F

- Miscellaneous Writings of Lord Macaulay. 1889 ............... I53OO

- - Table Talk of Mohammed, translated with notes by Stanley

Lane-Poole. 1882 ...................................................... I75Q

- of Eminent Men, by Hill. 1868 ......................................... 975O

- - the Earl of Shaftesbury, K.G., relating principally to the La-

bouring Class
on Public Affairs of the Last Twenty Years, by Bright. 1869 ...



Questions of Public Policy, by Richard Cobden, edited by

Bright and Rogers. 1880 ........ , .................................... 323R

- Social and Political Subjects, with Historical Introductions, by

Brougham, 2 vols. 1857 ............................................. 6o5-6R

- Rhetorical and Literary, Dissertations and Addresses, by Henry

Lord Brougham. 1856 ...............................................

- Wisdom Grave and Gay, by Sir W. Lawson, and Biographical

Sketch. 1889... ....................................................... 20I6

- - See also Bright's Life, &c., 150-1!'. Browne's British Cicero, 882-4H. Burke's
Works [Letters, &c.], 6o7-i3R. Chambers' [Maiden Speeches], v. 61,
ig6ij. Cromwell, 203-5^. Curran (J. P.), 8g8H. Harper [Hints on
Speech-Making], v. 73, 1653]. Mackintosh's Works, 6oiD. Phillips
(W.), io 5 oH. Pitt (W.), i2 37 Z. Sheridan (R. B.), io 7 8-oH. Webster
(D.), I25F. Enfield's Speaker, Q33R. Lectures, Oratory, &c. See also
under names of Oiators, e.g., Gladstone, Pitt, Demosthenes, Beacons-
field, O'Connell, &c.

Speed. See English Mechanic, v. 47, 10470, &c.

Speer (W.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Speight (T. W.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Speke (Capt. J. H.), Discovery of the Source of the Nile ........ 612 and

- See also Blackwood's Magazine [Adventures in Somali Land], 157 J.

Spelling Bees, How to Conduct them, with a list of 3,000 words,

edited by Nuttall ......................................................... 12317

- - See also Century Magazine [Spelling Reform], v. 3, 1875.7; [Problem of
Spelling Reform], v. 3, 1875.7. Leisure Hour [and Orthography], v.
14, 2624].

Spells. See Occult Sciences, igssR. Charms, Magic, &c.

Spelman (E., Scholar, d. 1767), and Cooper (M. A.), Jr., Xeno-

phon [Family Classical Library], 2 vols. 1830 .................. uio iQ

Spence (C. E.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

[7331



SPE GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. SPI

Spence (H. D. M., Dean of Gloucester, b. 1836), M.A., Commen-
tary on the Epistle to Timothy [Ellicott's School Com.].... 252(3
Titus [Ellicott's School Commentary] 2530

Exell (J. S.), M.A., and Neil (C), M.A., Thirty Thousand

Thoughts. 1 885 4 A

Spence (James), M.A., Christ the Christian's God and Saviour. 1845 !6oQ
Spence (W., Entomologist, b. 1780, d. 1860), F.R.S., and Kirby

(W.), F.R.S., An Introduction to Entomology, or Elements

of the Natural History of Insects. 1858 99R

Spencer (Herbert, Moral Philosopher, b. 1820), Manners and

Fashion [Humboldt Library]. 1882 929!?

Railway Morals and Railway Policy, reprinted from the

Edinburgh Review [Traveller's Library]. 1855 1 284!%.

Social Statics, or the Conditions essential to Human Happiness

specified. 1851 586!!

Study of Sociology [International Scientific Series]. 1887 352R

The Data of Ethics. 1880 592^!

See also Compayr^'s Pedagogy, 2g6R. Contemporary [Data of Ethics], v.

37, 2047}. Fortnightly, v. 20, 2iioJ. Knowledge [on Church and
State], v. a, 25897. Lewes' Philosophy, 572H. Present Day Tracts
[Philosophy examined], v. 5, 2387. Saturday Review [Quadrangular
Duel], v. 57, R.L. ; [Philosophic Wrangle], v. 58, R.L. Fortnightly
[as a Moralist], v. 49, 2139.!. Collins' Synthetic Philosophy [Preface],
5 8 7 H. M'Cosh's Mind, 748A, &c.

Spencer (I. S., Presbyterian Minister, b. 1798, d. 1854), D.D., A
Pastor's Sketches, Conversations with Anxious Inquirers
respecting the Way of Salvation. 1861 2310

Spencer (J., Librarian of Sion College, about 1650), Things New
and Old, or A Storehouse of Similes, Sentences, Allegories,
&c., 2 vols. 1869 I095-6R

Spencer (J. P., Earl, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, b. 1835). See also Althorpe.
Spencer (R. W.). See Dana's Household Bock of Poetry, 4760.
Spencer (Works of several Authors of this name). See Harper's Index, i64oja.
Spender (E.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Spender (Mrs. J. K.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Spenser (Edmund, Poet, b. 1553, d. 1599), by Church. 1879 10830

Poems and Life, edited by Child [British Poets], 5 vols. 1864 485-90

Poems and Works of, and Memoir, by Todd. 1846 4!3l^

[Faerie Queene. Shepheard's Calendar. Colin Clouts. Ruines of
Rome. State of Ireland. Time of Elizabeth, &c.]

Poetical Works and Life, and Notes of Warton, Hurd, &c.

[Bell's Poets of Great Britain], 9 vols. 1807 292-3ooZ

and His Poetry, by Craik, 3 vols. 1845 3O2-3T

See also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 476D. Edinburgh Review

[as a Philosophic Poet], v. 161, 521], &c.
Sperry (H. T.), Country Love, v. City Flirtations, or Ten Chapters

from the Story of a Life, a Poem, illustrated. 1865 77$M

Spettigue (J. H.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Speusippus. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740.

Sphinx, The. See Adam's Land of the Nile, 75sQ. Egypt, &c.

Spicer (H.), Judicial Dramas, or The Romance of the French

Criminal Law. 1872 HI4H

Spicer (W. W.), M.A., Ed., Handy-Book to the Collection of

Freshwater and Marine Alga;, &c., by Nave, ill. 1869 584Q

Spices. See Simmond's Products of the Vegetable Kingdom, 77iF. Vegetable

Substances, 6o9Q, c.
Spiders, British, by Staveley, illustrated. 1866 94R

See also Boy's Own Annual [a Chat about], v. 5, 29557. Brown's Science

for All [Spiders' Webs], 62 7 B. Buckley's Life, &c., io6R. Cooke's

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SPI ENGLISH SECTION. SPO

Spiders (continued. )

Woodlands, 622Q. Goldsmid's Myths, 201 iR. Half Hours in the
Living World, 567(3. Hartwig's Tropical World, 7p8F. Jesse's
Gleanings, 579Q. Lindsay's Mind in the Lower Animals, 7H-2F.
Murray's Economic Entomology, I037M. Science Gossip, from v. i,
24iiJ; [the Diadem], v. 10, 2414!- Silver Wings and Golden Scales,
748F. Sunday at Home, v. 34, 28847. Entomology, Insects, &c.
Spillan (D.), A.M., and others, Trs., History of Rome, by Titus

Livius [Bohn Library], 4 vols. 1850-57 ........................ ii6l-4H

Spinal Cord. See Man and his Maladies, gigK. Medicine, &c.

Spinel. -Sec Emanuel's Precious Stones, n63M, &c.

Spinners. See Capital and Labour, insF. Work, &c.

Spinning. See Century [Revival of, and Spinning and Weaving in Westmore-

land], v. 37, i88 7 J. Ure's Dictionary, 8D, &c.
Spinoza (B. B., Dutch Philosopher^ b. 1632, d. 1677), A Study of,

by Martineau. 1882 .................................................... 97 6O

_ by Caird [Knight's Philosophical Classics]. 1888 .................. loSoQ

- His Life and Philosophy, by Pollock. 1880 ........................ 595H

See also Fortnightly Review, v. 34, 2I24J. Lewes' Philosophy, 572H.
Rel



Science of Thought, sSsH. Religious Systems of the World [by Pol-

lock], 934A. Pantheism, 935-6A, &c.
Spinsters. See Jeaffreson's Bridals, 984^
Spirit, The. See Twining's Symbols, soyM. Timbs' Works [Spiritual Life, &c.],

8s6Z. M'Cosh's Mind, 748A. Religious and Theological Works, &c.
Spirits, Alcoholic. See Drewry's Foods, sgiT. Peto's Taxation, c., ioi6F.

Thudichum's Alcoholic Drinks, 9 86M, &c.
Spirits, Ghosts, c. See Calmet's Phantom World, QO7-8M. Inman's Ancient

Faiths, 9sK and g6Ka. Scott's Evil Spirits, iisM, &c.

Spiritual Despotism. 1835 .......................................... , ......... 454A

- World, Natural Law in the, by Drummond. 1883 ............... !2o8R

Spiritualism, Modern, by Maskelyne. 1876 .......... . .................

- Spirit Rapping in England and America ..............................

- See also Bates' Great Republic [in America], I724R. Blackwood's Maga-

zine ; [Manifestations], v. 73, 143.]. Boy's Own Annual [at Home],
v. 5, 1882-3, 29557. Chambers' [Planchette, a Three-Legged Impostor],
v. 45, I949J. Davies' Heterodox London, 36K ; Mystic London, 37K.



Fortnightly [Miracles and Medium Craft], v. 40, 21307 ; [Evidences of],
v. 44, N.S., 21347 ; v. 45, 21357. Frost's Conjurors, 8030. Grant's
Mysteries, Sg^F. Harper's Index, i64oja. Leisure Hour [Stance],
v. 26, 26367 ; v. 30, 264oJ. Owen's Another World, 43iM. Quarterly
[and its recent Converts], v. '

Author, 542F. Table Turning,



[and its recent Converts], v. 131, i26ij. Tupper's My Life as an

, &c.
Spitzbergen. See Chambers, v. 35, 19447. Dufferin's Voyage, 469!^. Harper

[Sporting in], v. 23, i6o3_J. Lament's Yachting in Arctic Seas, 674!^.

Nature [Nova Zembla], v. n, 26717 ; [Winter Life in], v. 29, 26897,

&c.
Spohr (L., German Composer, b. 1784, d. 1859). See Naumann's Music, 9290.

Rockstro's History of Music, 533H. Tytler's Musical Composers, 86oO,

&c.
Sponges. See Buckley's Life and her Children [How Sponges Live], io6R. Dun-

can's Sea-Shore, 6 27 Q. Half Hours in the Deep, 5 66Q. Hart's World

of the Sea, 755 and 807 F. Hibberd's Sea- Weeds, &.C., I33R. Science

Gossip [Structure and Distribution of], v. 15, 24187. Somerville's Mi-

croscopic Science, uoR. Taylor's Seaside, 588Q. Ure's Dictionary,

8D, &c.

SpOOner (W. C.). See the Horse, its Breeds, Diseases, c., 8560.
Spoons. See Cassell's Magazine, v. 13 [p. 747], 23627, &c.
Sport and Sportsmen [Sketches and Tales], by C. Stretton ............ I34D

- Mountain, Meadow, and Mere, by Davies, illustrated. 1874 ... I345R
Sporting Adventures in the Far West, by Murphy. 1879 ............ 7*4K

- Rural Sports, by Stonehenge. 1857 ...... .............................. 68iT

[Shooting. Hunting. Coursing. Fishing. Racing. Boating. Pedes-

trianism.]

[735]



SPO GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. SQU



Sports and Pastimes. See Ashton's Reign of Queen Anne, 6;F. Boy's Own

Annual [and Pastimes in other lands], v. 5, 29557 ; [and Pastimes,

Outdoor], v. 7, 2957]. Boy's Own Book, i52?Z. Cassell's Hook of

Pastimes, &c., 1262!!. Crawley's Indoor and Outdoor Games, 114-54!^

Dixon's Royal Windsor [Book of, set forth by Charles I.], 328H.

Field Book, gsiF. Fortnightly [English Love of], v. 45, 2135}. Han-

sard's Book of Archery, 9260. MacFarlane's Popular Sports, 14827.

Stanley's Dark Continent, is63R. Temple's India, 486K. Thrupp's

Anglo-Saxon Home [and Pastimes], 34sK. Timbs' Knowledge for the

People, I747Z, &c. Fortnightly Review [Sporting in England, State

of the Turf], v. 43, 2133.7. Cecil's Records of the Chase [Celebrated

Sportsmen], 9171X1. Lennox's Celebrities [Sportsmen], 1015!!, &c.

SpOttiSWOOde (J., Archbishop of St. Andres, b. 1565, d. 1639),

History of the Church of Scotland, with biographical sketch

by Russell ................................................................ 404-5 A

SpOttiSWOOde (W., Mathematician, Queen's Printer, b. 1825),

LL.D., Polarisation of Light [Nature Series], illus. 1879.... I52R

- Tarantasse Journey through Eastern Russia in 1856. 1857 ...... i4(5oR

- See also Nature, v. 27 and 28, 2687-8,7, &c.

Sprague (A. \V.), A.M., Elements of Natural Philosophy. 1857.... 463 R

Sprague (C., Poet, l>. 1791). See Griswold's Poets of America, 468D.
Sprague (W. B., American Presbyterian, b. 1795), D:D., Letters on

Practical Subjects to a Daughter. 1851 .......................... IO97R

to Young Men, founded on the History of Joseph. 1851 ......

Spring, The. See Girl's Own Annual [The Gospel of], v. 4, 2554 J ; [its Troubles
and Dangers], v. 8, 25587. Good Words [Wonders of the], v. 29, 21997.
Guernsey Magazine, v. 17, 23977. Seasons of the Year, 5690. Sunday
at Home, v. 7, 2857}. Sunday Magazine [Childhood of the Year], v.
15, 24727, &c.

Spring Guns and Man Traps. See Edinburgh Review, v. 35, 3957, &c.
Spring (G.)i D.D., The Mercy Seat, Thoughts suggested by the

Lord's Prayer ... ......................................................... 47oM

Springdale Abbey, Diaries of an English Preacher, edited by Parker ic^gR
Springer (] S.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.
Spring-heeled 7ack. See All the Year Round, v. 54, 18147.
Springs. Sources, and Fountains. See Adams' Underground World, 5920,.
Harper's Monthly [French Mineral], v. 73, 16537. Humboldt's Cosmos,
4 8 3 R and 48 7 R.
Spurgeon(C. H., Baptist Minister, b. 1834), Metropolitan Taber-

nacle Pulpit [Sermons], v.n. :

1866 An Immovable Foundation. Things to Come. The Unwearied
Runner. A Well Ordered Life. The Old Man Crucified.
Serving the Lord. The Door Opened in Heaven. Real Grace
for Real Need. Christ with the Keys of Death and Hell.
The First Cry from the Cross. Safe Shelter. A Word for
those who wait for Signs and Wonders. The Soul's Crisis .... 471 M



Good Cheer for the New Year. Cheering Words and Solemn

nings. A Word in Season. The H
Dawn of Revival. Loving Advice. A Happy Christian. God,



Warnings. A Word in Season. The Heart a Den of Evil.



All in All. Sin Offering. A Troubled Prayer. Self-Humbling.
Alive or Dead. Work. Grace, the One Way. Water of Life.
Seeing 7esus. Helps. Saving Knowledge. Saintly Death-Beds.
The Rose and the Lily, &c .................................. i66K

- Talks to Farmers [Religious Advice, &c.]. 1882 ..................... noiM

- The Salt Cellars, being a Collection of Proverbs, together with

Homely Notes thereon, 2 vols. 1889 .............................. 2006 R

- Life and Work of, by Yarrow. 1880 ................................... 5o8F

- With Anecdotal Reminiscences, by Pike. 1887 ..................... 13420

- See also Sunday at Home, v. 25, 28757, &c.

Spurgeon (Mrs. C. H., Wife of above), Ten Years of my Life in the

Service of the Book Fund. 1886 .................................... 13010

Squatters and Settlers. See Willoughby's Australian Pictures, 3326. Colonies,
United States. Africa, America, Australia. &c.

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SQU ENGLISH SECTION. STA

Squier (E. G., American Archaeologist ^ b. 1821), Nicaragua, its People,

Scenery, Monuments and the Proposed Interoceanic Canal ... 764-5K

Peru, Incidents of Travel in the Land of Incas, ill. 1877... 762K

Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Squinting. See Knowledge, v. 5, 2585}, &c.

Squire, The. See Escott's England and its People, joiy-SF, &c.

Squirrel, The. See Beeton's Home Pets, igsR. Boy's Own Annual, v. IT,
2g6iJ. Cassell's Pastimes, I262H. Jardine's Naturalists' Library,
658 and 66oQ. Jesse's Gleanings, 5790.. Leisure Hour, v. 6, 26i6J.
Animals, Natural History, &c.

Stable Economy, a Treatise on the Management of Horses, by

Stewart. 1838 597T

See also Stonehenge's Rural Sports, [and Stabling], 68 iT. Horses, &c.

Stables (W. G.), M.D., The People's ABC Guide to Health. 1887 995M

Stace (Mrs. H.), A Voice to Mothers. 1860 I426Z

Stacey (J.), The Church and the Age, or a Working Church the

Want of the Times. 1857 472M

Stael (Madame De, Swiss Politician, b. 1766, d. 1817), A Study of
her Life and Times [First Revolution and First Empire], by

Stevens, 2 vols. 1881 6io-iO

by Duffy [Eminent Women Series]. 1887 14210



See also Edinburgh Review [Diplomatic Correspondence of], v. 157, 517]. Ka-

vanagh's French Women, 66iO. Leisure Hour, v. 29, 263gJ. Mothers
of Great Men and Women, 682F. Poole's Index, R.L. Sunday at
Home, v. 17, 2867 J. Fiction Class List following the General Cata-
logue, &c.

Staff'a and lona. See Sunday at Home, v. 31, 288iJ. Hebrides, &c.

Stafford (Marchioness of), How I Spent my Twentieth Year, being

a Short Record of a Tour Round the World [1886-87]. 1889 I752R

Staffordshire. See Rimmer's Old Country Towns, i34gR, &c.

Stag, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 6640.. Animals, Natural His-
tory, &c.

Stag -Beetle. See Science Gossip, v. 8, 2413.7. Beetles, Insects, &c.

Stage, Biography of the British Stage. 1824 icoiO

New History of the English Stage, by Fitzgerald, 2 vols. 1882.. 337-80

Profaneness and Immorality of the, by Jeremy Collier. 1730 ... gi6M

Romance of the English Stage, by Fitzgerald, 2 vols. 1874 474-5F

See also Adam's Queen Anne [Dramatists], i28oH. Art Journal [as a School

of Art], V. 36, R.L. Barron-Wilson's Duchess of St. Albans, 6o7-8F.
Chambers [Some Stage Trades], v. 62, 1962. Cochrane's Theatre Fran-
aise, 3360. Donaldson's Recollections of an Actor [Guernsey, &c.],
282!". Escott's England and its People, ioi7-8F. Fortnightly [Decora-
tion], v. 40, 2130!; [in Relation to Literature], v. 40, 2i3oJ. Gould's Ger-



many, 3630. Kemble's Records, 747-520. Macready Reminiscences,
362-31?. Minor Theatre, 1357-63^. Percy Anecdotes, 93oZ. Phelps
(S.) Life of, 6iaF. Poole's Index, R.L. Quarterly [English], v. 155,

O-T T _1 i.f~ C* :_l TJ' .. mi T _- TT O- *. I T> '



1285.7. Roberts Social History [Players], 3OiH. Saturday Review
[Italian], v. 57, R.L. Thomson's Choice of a Profession, 2O4R. Time
[as a Profession], v. 3, I493J ; [and Drama in China], v. 20, isioj ;
[What the Pit Says], v. 20, isioj. Drama, Plays, Theatre, &c.

Stagnelius (E. J., Swedish Poet, b. 1793, d. 1823). See Longfellow's Poets and
Poetry of Europe, 4730.

Stained Glass. See Art Journal, v. 35, R.L. lire's Dictionary, 8D. Art, Paint-
ing, Glass, c.

Stainer (Sir J., Musical Doctor , b. 1840), M.A., Music of the Bible,
with an Account of the Development of Modern Musical In-
struments from Ancient Types, illustrated 549^1

and Barrett (W. A.), A Dictionary of Musical Terms 94OD

Stainforth (F.), Ed., Works of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, with a

Memoir, illustrated IO85R

29 [737]



STA GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY STA

Stairs and Staircases. See Art Journal, v. 37, R.L. Building, &c.

Stallo (J. B.), The Concepts and Theories of Modern Physics

Stamer (W. J. A.), Dolce Napoli, Naples, its Streets, People, Fetes,

Pilgrimage?, Environs, &c. 1878 445K

Stammering. See Chambers' Journal [Hints on], v. 57, I957J. Household

Words, v. 14, I754J-

Stamped Paper. See Beckman's Inventions, 697-8(3.
Stamping of Metals. See Ure's Dictionary, 8D.
Stamps. Stamp Collector's Guide, by Viner. 1887 9ioD

.See also Chambers, v. 62, 1962]. Houseman's Museum, qzR. Once a

Week, v. 9, 2269J. Peto's Taxation, &c., ioi6F. Postage Stamps,

Post Office, &c.
Standards of Old England. See Boy's Own Annual [Illustrated], v. 5, 1882-3,

2955J. Flags, &c.

Standing. See Walker's Exercises for Ladies, i88iZ, &c.
Standish (Miles, Puritan and Soldier, b. 1584, d. 1656), The

Puritan Captain, by Abbott 977O

See also Longfellow's Works, i4i7M. Boy's Own Annual, v. 7. 2957] , &c.
Stanford (C.), D.D., Philip Doddridge. 1880 14900

Wit and Humour of Life, Familiar Talks with Young Chris-

tians. 1886 473M

Stanhope (G., Theologian, b. 1660, d. 1728), D.D., Paraphrase and

Comment upon the Epistles and Gospels, 3 vols. 1741 183-5^!

Stanhope (Lady H., Traveller, b. 1776, d. 1839), Memoirs of. 1845 97S-oO

See also Russell's Eccentric Personages, 13070.

Stanhope (Colonel L.), Greece, during Lord Byron's Residence in

that Country in 1823 and 1824, to which is added the Life of

Mustapha Ali, 2 vols. 1825 643-^

Stanhope (Philip Dormer, Earl of Chesterfield'], Miscellaneous

Works of, and a Life, by M. Maty, 4 vols. 1779 903-6!!

See Chesterfield (Earl of).

Stanhope (Philip H., Fifth Earl). See Mahon (Lord).
Stanley Falls. See Stanford's Compendium, 84gK, &c.
Stanley (A. P., Dean of Westminster, b. 1815, d. 1881), D.D.,

Addresses and Sermons. 1877 38M

[Study of Greatness. Principles of Christianity. Two Great Command-
ments, &c.]

Christian Institutions, Essays on Ecclesiastical Subjects. 1881 i67K

Historical Memorials of Westminster Abbey. 1868 358K

Introduction to Warren and Wilson's Recovery of Jerusalem ... 543 K-

Lectures on the History of the Eastern Church, with Introduction

on the Study of Ecclesiastical History. 1861 884A

Jewish Church, with maps and plans, 3 vols :

Vol. i. Abraham to Samuel 248A

Vol. 2. Samuel to the Captivity ^49 A.

Vol. 3. Captivity to the Christian Era 25oA

Life and Correspondence of Arnold, 2 vols. 1877 ioi6-7Q

Recollections of, by Bradley. 1883 c8iO

Sinai and Palestine. 1856 545^

See also Contemporary [as a Preacher], v. 42, 2O52J. Good Words, v. 23,

2IQ3J- Quiver, v. 30, 33ooJ.

Stanley (E., Bishop of Norwich, Father of above, b. 1779, d.

1849), Familiar History of Birds, illustrated. 1865 6i5Q

Stanley (E. and C.), Memoirs of, by their son, A. P. Stanley. 1880 9820

Stanley (E., Royal Artillery}, Young Horsewoman's Compendium
of the Modern Art of Riding : a Progressive Course of
Lessons. 1827 H2oM

Stanley (E., Lord Derby). See Walpole's Lord Russell, 6og-ioF Derby (Earls
of), &c.

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Stanley (E. J.), Rambles in Wonderland, or Up the Yellowstone

and Among the Geysers, Canons, &c., of the National Park I595R

Stanley (H. M., American Journalist and African Explorer , b.
1840), How I found Livingstone, Travels, Adventures and
Discoveries in Central Africa, illustrated. 1872 604-5 and 6o6K

Through the Dark Continent. 1880 1563!^



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