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Story of a Feather, &c., by'jerrold. 1852 ................................. 791 R

Story of Creation, by Clodd. 1888 .......................................... 547R

Story of Ida, by Francesca, edited by Ruskin. 1883 .................. !35iO

Story of Kennett, by Taylor ................................................... 863R

Story of the Four Evangelists [Christ and Christianity], by Haweis...
Story of the Nations, with the Collaboration of A. Gilman, M.A.,

illustrated, v.D. :

Alexander's Empire, by Mahaffy ........................................ 4260

Assyria, by.Ragozin .................................................... 43sO

Carthage, or the Empire of Africa, by Church ............................ 4270

Chaldea, by Ragozin .................................................. 43iC

Egypt, Ancient, by Rawlinson .............. .......................... 4280-

Germany, by Gould ... ........... ........................................ 4290

Goths, The, by Bradley ................................................ 433O

Hasa Towns, by Zimmern .............................................. *554O

Holland, by Rogers ................................................... 439^

Hungary, by Vambery ................................................ 434O

Ireland, by Lawless ................................................... 435O

Jews, in Ancient, Mediaeval, and Modern Times, by Hosmer ............ 4250

Media, Babylon and Persia, by Ragozin ................................. 15510

Moors in Spain, by Lane-Poole ........................................ 43oO

Persia, by Benjamin ........................................... ...... . . 15520

Phoenicia, by Rawlinson .............................................. I553O

Rome, from the Earliest Times to the End of the Republic, by Gilman. . . . 4240

Saracens, by Gilman .................................................. 436O

Turkey, by Lane-Poole ................................................ 4370

Story. See Stories, Subject required, Fiction Class List, &c.

Story (A. F.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Story (C. A.), Alcohol, its Mature and Effects. 1868 .................. 1457^

Story (J.), Life and Letters of, edited by his Son, W. W. Story ...... 579-oD

Story (W. W.). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 47 6D, &c.

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STO ENGLISH SECTION. STR.

Stothert (R.), Trans., Writings in connection with the Manichaen

Heresy. 1872 34A

See also St. Augustine's Works.

Stoughton (J., Congregational Minister, b. 1807), D.D., Church

and State Two Hundred Years Ago [1660-1663]. 1862 3060

History of Religion in England from the Opening of the Long

Parliament to the End of the Eighteenth Century, 6 vols :

Vol. i. The Church of the Civil Wars g 2 M

Vol. 2. The Church of the Commonwealth 93M

Vols. 3-4. The Church of the Restoration 94-sM

Vol. 5. The Church of the Revolution g6M

Vol. 6. The Church in the Georgian Era 97M

History of Religion in England from 1800 to 1850, with a Post-

cript on Subsequent Events, 2 vols. . 1884 :

Vol i. Political Relations. Episcopal Church. Signs of what was Coming. ,
New Religious Enterprises. Presbyterians. Independents.
Baptists. Calvinistic Methodists. Wesleyans. New Connexion
and Primitive Methodism. Society of Friends. Moravians.
Irving and the Catholic and Apostolic Church g8M

Vol. 2. Church and State. Divergent Lines of Theological Thought.
Bishops and Church Activity. Typical Churchmen. New Move-
ments. Development of Voluntaryism. The Three Denomina-
tions. Methodism. The Queen, Parliament, Law, and Religion.
Tractarianism and Ritualism. Broad Church Men. Social Life
and Church Work. Roman Catholicism. Dissent and the
Establishment. Free Churches of the Period. Methodist Con-
troversies. Quakerism and Moravianism. Plymouth Brethren.
Union. Jubilees. New Jerusalem Church. Postcript, 1850 to
1880. Church of England. Nonconformity. Extraordinary
Religious Services. Christian Fellowship. Theological Opinions 99^1

Homes and Haunts of Luther, illustrated 62oF

Howard the Philanthropist and His Friends. 1884 32oF

Our English Bible, its Translations and Translators, illustrated... 482M

: The Palace of Glass and the Gathering of the People, a book for

the Exhibition. 1851 i66T

William Penn, the Founder of Pennsylvania. 1882 9000

William Wilberforce [Heroes of Christian History]. 1880 10360

Worthies of Science [R.T.S.] 10500

[Bacon. Pascal. Barrow. Boyle. Locke. Ray. Newton. Cuvier.
Dalton. Faraday. Brewster. Herschell, &c.l

See also Sunday at Home, v. 23, 2873 J, &c.

Stoutness. See Obesity.

Stoves. See Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, 8D, &c.]

StOW (J. P.), South Australia, its History, Productions, and Natural

Resources, illustrated. 1884

Stowe (Edwin), B.A., Velazquez [Great Artists], illustrated. 1881... II22O
Stowe (Mrs. H. B., American Novelist, b. 1812), Little Foxes, or the

Little Failings which mar Domestic Happiness. 1874 593T

Our Charlie, and what to do with him. 1862 J 543^

Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands. 1854 6nZ

Life of, by Her Son, C. E. Stowe 143**

See also Darton's Famous Girls, 13260. Fiction Class List following the

General Catalogue, &c.
Stowell (W. H.), D.D., On the Work of the Spirit [Congregational

Lectures]. 1854 n8M

Strachey (Lieut. -Gen. R.), R.E., Lectures on Geography, delivered

before the University of Cambridge during the Lent Term,

1888. 1888 556R

See also Nature, v, 39, 2699 J. &c.

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Strafford (Thomas Wentworth, Earl of, b. 1593, beheaded 1641),

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, Life of, by Cooper [1593-1641] 555-6F
__ by H. D. Traill [English Men of Action]. 1889 ..................... 14690

- Seealso Brodie's British Empire, 213!!. Ewald's Statesmen, 47iF. Gar-

diner's History of England, 4680. Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopaedia,
284T. Living Age, v. 127, 3157.!. Mozley's Essays, 1023!!. Sioughton's
Religion in England, Q2M. Wentworth Papers, 554F, c.
Straits Settlements. See Cruise of H.M.S. Bacchante, 787K. Sunday at Home,

v. 27, 28777. Wilkinson's Sunny Lands, 837!^, c.
Strange Dwellings, by Wood [Sunbeam Library, vol. i]. 1882 ...... 3476

- - Habitations of Animals, by Wood, illustrated. 1876 ............ 56R

Strange (Sir Robert, Line Engraver, b. 1721, </. 1792). See Temple Bar, v. 44,

i3747> &c.

Stranger in the Tropics, Handbook to Havana, &c., by C. D. Tyng 1643!^
Stranger's Guide to the Roman Antiquities of the City of Treves,

by Wyttenbach, translated, edited by Turner. 1839 ......... 9o6D

Strasburg. See Bellow's Europe, I398R. Cassell's Franco-German War,
456-7B. Nature [New University of], v. 31, 26917. Old Sights with
New Eyes, I754R. Penny Magazine [Cathedral of], v. 2, i4oB. Stan-
ford's Compendium, 854K, &c.

Strata. See Lyell's Geology, 726-7^. Geology, &c.

Stratford de Redcliffe (Stratford Canning, Viscount, Diplomatist,
b. 1788, d. 1880), Personal Reminiscences of, and of the
Crimean War, by Skene [Temple Bar Magazine, vols. 62-8]... I392-8J

- See also Leisure Hour, v. 26, 26367 ; Living Age, v. 56, 30867. Westminster

Review, v. 130, R.L., &c.
Stratford-on-Avon. See Leisure Hour [Shakespeare Property at], v. 13, 26237.

Temple Bar [Summer Day at], v. 74, 14047. Timmins' Warwickshire,

i 4 i 3 H, &c.
Strato (Greek Poct,jl. Second Century). See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome,

474D, &c.

Stratten (J.). See Hood's Preachers, 5 4 iM, &c.

Strauss (D. F., German Theologian, b. 1808, d. 1874), Ulrich von
Hutten, his Life and Times [The Reformation], translated by
Mrs. Sturge. 1874 .................................. .. .................. 10250

Strawberries. See Cassell's Family Magazine [and how to Grow them], v. 7,

23567. Harper [Cultivation of], v. 73, 1653!. Longman, v. 2, 892}.

Science Gossip [History of], v. 22, 24227, &c.
Strawberry Hill. See Hayward's Statesmen, &c., 24gF. History of Pottery

and Porcelain [Strawberry Hill collection], 9360, &c.
Stray Pearls, Memoirs of Margaret De Ribaumont, Viscountess of

Bellaise, by Yonge, 2 vols in i. 1883 .................. , ...... J 435O

Street (A. B.). See Harper's Index, 164073. Poets of America, 4680, &c.
Streeter (E. W.), F.R.G.S., The Great Diamonds of the World,

their History and Romance, edited by Hatton and Keane ... 799F
Streets, Cleansing, &c., by Scott. 1884 .................................... 99oM



- See also Andrews' Eighteenth Century [Street Fairs], 28iR. Ashton's Nine-

teenth Century [London], 86i-2H; Street Ballads, i4o6M. Leisure Hour

[London Street Boys], v. 15, 26257 ; [Street Tumblers], v. 17, 26277 ;

[Popular Street Tunes], v. 18, 26287 5 [Sketches], v. 19, 26297. Na-

tional Miscellany [Names], 1035 H, &c.
Strength. See Knowledge [How to get Strong], v. 2, 4 and 5, 2582 and 2584-57.

Living Age [Physical], v. 65, 30957. Athletics, Muscles', Physio-

logy, Exercise, Sports, &c.
Stretton (C. ), Sport and Sportsmen [Sketches and Tales] ............ 1340

Stretton (Hesba, [Mrs. H. Smith]), The Lord's Purse-bearers,

Jessica's First Prayer, History of a Threepenny Bit ............ 26oQ

- See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Strickland (Agnes, Historian, b. 1810, d. 1874), Last Four Prin-

cesses of the House of Stuart. 1872 .............................. 5oF

[Mary, Princess Royal, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Henrietta Anne, Prin-
cess Louisa.]

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Strickland (Agnes), Life of Mary, Queen of Scots [Bonn's Library],

2 vols. 1873 793-4O-

Lives of the Bachelor Kings of England. 1861 14140

Queens of England from the Norman Conquest [Bohn's

Library], 6 vols. 1877 :

Vol. i. Matilda of Flanders. Matilda of Scotland. Adelicia of Louvaine.

Matilda of Boulogne. Eleanora of Aquitaine. Berengaria of

Navarre. Isabella of Angouleme. Eleanor of Provence. Eleanor

of Castile. Marguerite of France. Isabella of France. Phillipa

of Hainault. Anne of Bohemia. Isabella of Valois. Joanna of

Navarre. Katherine of Valois. Margaret of Anjou 795O

Vol. 2. Elizabeth Woodville. Anne of Warwick. Elizabeth of York.
Katharine of Arragon. Anne Boleyn. Jane Seymour. Anne of

Cleves. Katherine Howard. Katherine Parr. Mary 1 7960

Vol. 3. Elizabeth 797<>

Vol. 4. Anne of Denmark. Henrietta Maria. Catherine of Braganza.

Mary Beatrice of Modena 7980

Vol. 5. Mary Beatrice of Modena (continued). Mary II 799O

Vol. 6. Mary II. (continued). Anne 8ooO

Queens of Scotland and English Princesses, 8 vols. :

Vol. i. -Margaret Tudor. Magdalene of France. Mary of Lorraine .... 5iF

Vol. 2. Mary of Lorraine (continued). Lady Margaret Douglas 52F

Vols. 3-7. Mary Stuart 53-?F

Vol. 8. Elizabeth Stuart. Sophia, Electress of Hanover 58F

Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja, &c.

Strickland (Miss J. M.). See Fiction Class List following the General Cata-
logue.
Strikes. See Alison's Europe, 141-60. Leisure Hour, v. 3, 26i3j. Levi's Work

and Pay, 283!^.. Labour, Trades Unions, &c.
Strobridge' W. H.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.
Stroud (G. N.), Sketch of the Laws relating to Slavery in the United

States. 1856 I078F

Struggle against Absolute Monarchy, by Cordery. 1603-8 I2"j7.

Stuart (Prince Charles Edward, the Young- Chevalier, Grandson of James II., b.
1720, d. 1788). See Chambers' Rebellion, 28oO. Mahon's Insurrection
of 1745, 2396; England, 214-60. England, Scotland, &c.
Stuart (Prince James, the Old Pretender, Son of James //., b. 1688, d. 1765).

See Mahon's England, 213-40. England, Scotland, &c.
Stuarts, England under the House of Stuart [Library of Useful

Knowledge], 2 vols. 1840 155-6H

Last Four Princesses of the House of Stuart, by Strickland.

1872 5oF

See also Burton's Scotland [1648-1747], 336-7^ Chambers' Journal

[Last of the], v. 61, 1961}. Dixon's Her Majesty's Tower, 32I-2H.
Doran's Jacobite Times [The Chevaliers], 3i8-gH. Edinburgh Review
[Fall of the], v. 155, 5i5j. Madden's Shrines, 343K, c.

Stuart (Frances). See Richmond (Duchess of).

Stuart (G. B.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Stuart (I. W.), Life of Governor Trumbull. 1859 538F

Stuart (J., Editor of "London Courier" d. 1840), Three Years in

North America. 1833 I733R

Stuart (Lieut. -Colonel), Journal of a Residence in Northern Persia

and the Adjacent Provinces of Turkey. 1854 So8K

Stuart (M., American Philologist and Divine, l\ 1780, d. 1852), A

Commentary on the Book of Proverbs. 1865 i68K

Critical Defence of the Old Testament Canon. 1849 483^!

Stuart (R ), History of the Steam Engine. 1825 8920

Stuart (W. L. and D.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.

Stubbs (John William), History of the University of Dublin, from

the Foundation to the end of the i8th Century. 1889 I424H

Stubbs (W., Arclutologist, b. 1825), D.D., Constitutional History of

England, by Stubbs, 3 vols. 1883 2IO-2O

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STU GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. SUE

Stubbs (C. W.), M.A., The Mythe of Life, Sermons. 1880

Stuckenberg (J. H. W., a Lutheran, b. 1835), D.D., Life of Im-

manuel Kant. 1882 332F

Students' Guide to the University of Cambridge. 1882 i8o7Z

Handbook to the University of Oxford. 1888 3I2R

Manual, by Tod d. 1844 iu6Rand I55OZ

Studies in the Life of Christ, by Fairbairn. 1882 307 M

Studies of Nature, &c., by St. Pierre. 1846 !2oT

Studios, Stories from the. See Argosy, v. 65, 45].

Study and Stimulants [Opinions of many Eminent Men], edited by

Reade]. 1883 837 M

See also Bain's Essay [Art of], 26iR. Compayrd's Pedagogy, 2g6R. Grey's
Self-Culture, g6iR. Girl's Own Annual [Position of the Body while
Studying], v. 7, 25577. Education, Schools, &c.

Study of Words, by Trench. 1878 iiiSR

Study, The, Helps for Preachers from English, American and Con-
tinental Sources. 1873 499A

Sturge(J., Quaker Philanthropist, b. 1793, d. 1858). See Blaikie's Philanthropy,

7620. Mial's Life of Richards, 42^, c.
Sturgeon, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 68oQ. Seeley's Fishes, 8nF.

Fishes, &c.

Sturgis (J.)- See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Sturm (C. C., German Theologian and Moralist, b. 1740, d. 1786),
Reflections for Every Day in the Year on the Works of God

and His Providence throughout all Nature HO5R and 66Z

Sturteyant (S. T., a Dissenter}, D.D., Preacher's Manual. 1875... 141 A
Stuttering. See Legouve's Art of Reading, I073R. Meyer's Organs of Speech,

3QoR. Stammering, Elocution, Speech, &c.

Style and Rhetoric, &c., by De Quincey. 1862 , 6$5R

Style. See An Old Man's Thoughts about Many Things, i7gT. Contemporary

[in Literature], v. 47, 20577. Leisure Hour [Peculiarities of], v. 9,

26197. Dress, Manners, Literature and any subject required, &c.

ttyx River. See Contemporary [and other Myths of Death], v. 36, 20467.
uakim. See Chambers, v. 61, 19617. The Soudan, &c.

Subjection of Women, by Mill. 1869 IO28R

Sublime and Beautiful, Philosophical Enquiry by Burke. ...641 II and II42Z
Submarine Cables. See Leisure Hour, v. 14, 2624]. Telegraphy, &c.

Forests. See Taylor's Byepaths, 62 R, &c.

Substance. See M'Cosh's Mind, 748A, &c.
Subterranean Cities. See Oliphant's Gilead, &c., 793X5 &c.
Subterranean Forces. See Reclus' Phenomena, 804 F, &c.

Subterranean World, by Hartwig, illustrated. 1875 687D

Subtle Brains and Lissom Fingers, by Wynter. 1869 269!^.

Sub-Tropical Rambles in the Land of the Aphanaptergx [Mauri-
tius], by Pike. 1873 74oK

Suburban Homes of London, a Residential Guide, &c., with Notes

on Rental and Rates. 1881 I33OR

Success, Secret of, by Adams. 1879 2$gR

See also Quiver, v. 10, 328oJ, &c.

Successful Men of Modern Times [R.T.S.] I73Z

Successful Merchant, Life of Mr. Samuel Budgett, by Arthur. 1877 237!*.

Suchet (Marshal, French General, b. 1770, d. 1826). See Alison's Europe,
123-370, &c.

Suckling (Sir J., Poet and Courtier, b. 1609, d. 1641). See Dana's Household
Book of Poetry, 4760. _

Sudan. See Stanford's Compendium, 849K. Soudan, &c.

Suetonius Tranqaillus (Caius, Roman Historian, b. 65), Lives of
the Twelve Caesars, &c., translated by Thomson [Bohn's
Library]. 1855 5490

L750]



SUE ENGLISH SECTION". SUM

Suez, Gulf of. See Beke's Sinai in Arabia, 5976, &c.

Suez Canal. See Blackwpod, v. 106, 1767. Chambers' 7 ourna l> v - 4 1 ) I 94 I J-
Edinburgh Review, v. 103, 4637. Macmillan, v. 21, 95i7- Brassey's
Voyage in the Sunbeam, i682R. Fortnightly [International Position
of], v. 40, 21307. Leisure Hour, v, 18, 26287, &c.

Suez, Isthmus of. See Isthmus of Suez.

Suffering and Peril, Narratives of, by Davenport, 2 vols. 1840 i659-oZ

Mystery of, and other Discourses, by Pressense. 1868

Suffolk. See All the Year Round [Chronicles of], v. 55, 18157. Brand's Anti-
quities, I005-7M. Ritchie's East Anglia, 6230. Science Gossip [Red
Crag and Chalk Pits of], v. 23, 24237.

Suffolk (Earls of). See Dixon's Her Majesty's Tower, 322H, &c.

Suffrage. See Alison's Europe, 142-60. Macmillan [Popular] : The Labourer
and the Franchise], v. 49, 9797- Elections, Votes, Reform, Govern-
ment, &c.

Sugar, See Beeton's Household Management, 997M. Dodd's Manufactures,
I487Z. Fortnightly [Last Word on], v. 42, 21327. Harper's New
Monthly Magazine [A Lump of], v. 73, 16537. Hartwig's Tropical
World, 758F. Leisure Hour [Trade], v. 29, 26397. Peto's Taxation,
&c., ioi6F. Saturday Review [in 1884], v. 57 and 58, R.L. Sim-
mond's Products of the Vegetable Kingdom, 77iF. Smith's Foods,
38oR. Wills' Brazil, 8i3-4K. Ure's Dictionary [Manufacture, Sugar
Cane, &c.], 8-gD.

Sugar- Cane. See Pike's Mauritius, 74oK. Ure's Dictionary [Rust in], gD.

Suggestive Hints towards Improved Secular Instruction, for the
use of Teachers, by Dawes. 1851 1513 and

Suggestive Lessons in Practical Life. 1 886-8 :

First Series. The Food we eat i826Z

Second Series. The Clothes we Wear, the Houses we Build, the Rooms

we Furnish iBzyZ

Third Series. The Fuel we Burn, the Metals we Smelt, the Forests we

Clear i8 2 8Z

Fourth Series. The Cities we Found, the Goods we Carry, the Speech we

Utter, the Books we Read, the Triumphs we await



Suicide, an Essay on Comparative Moral Statistics, by Morselli 37oR

See also Chambers [Extraordinary], v. 44, 19487. Contemporary [Insanity

and Civilisation], v. 43, 20537. Fortnightly Review, v. 35, 21257.
Gray's China, 52oK. Lecky's Morals. 384-5 M. Nature, v. 25.
26857, &c.

Sulla (L., Dictator of Rome, b. 138, d. 78 B.C.). See Niebuhr's History of Rome,
87 H. Rome, &c.

Sullivan (A. M., Irish Journalist and Home Ruler, b. 1830), M.P. See Lucy's
Parliament, 3i6-7H.

Sullivan (P. O.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 164073, &c.

Sully (J.), Illusions, a Psychological Study [Int. Sci. Series]

Sulphur. See Somerville's Microscopic Science, noR. Ure's Dictionary, 8-gD.

Sulphuric Acid. See Ure's Dictionary, 8-gD.

Sumatra. See Lubbock's Primitive Man, 6726. Stanford's Compendium, 853K.

Summer, from the 7ournal of Thoreau, edited by Blake. 1884 igoR

Holidays in Brittany, by Hutchinson, illustrated. 1876 I383R

in the Antarctic Regions [S. P. C.K.]. 1848 68iZ

See also Guernsey Magazine, v. 17, 23977. Saturday Review [Dry, in Eng-
land], v. 58, R.L. Seasons of the Year, 569(3. Sunday at Home, v.
7i 2 8577- Sunday Magazine, 24577, & c -

Summer-Houses, &c. See Oakey's Home Grounds, 948 M. Gardens, Build-
ing, &c.

Summerly (Felix). See Cole (Sir H.). Fiction Class List following the General
Catalogue, &c.

Sumner (C., American Abolitionist, b. 1811, d. 1874), Memoir of,

by Pierce, 2 vols. 1878 518-gF

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SUM GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. SUN

Sumner (C. R., Bishop of Winchester, b. 1790, d. 1874), D.D., Life

of, by G. H. Sumner. 1876 .......................................... 9 8SO

Sumner (J. B., Archbishop of 'Canterbury, brother of above, b. 1780,
d. 1862), M.A., Apostolical Preaching considered in an
Examination of St._ Paul's Epistles. 1820 ........................ I73K

- The Evidence of Christianity, derived from its Nature and Re-

ception. 1824 ........................................................... !7iK

- Treatise on the Records of the Creation and on the Moral Attri-

butes of the Creator, with particular Reference to Jewish
History, 2 vols. 1818 ................................................ i69-7oK

Sumner (W. G.), What Social Classes owe to each other. 1883 ...... 53oT

- Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

SUN and Moon, their Physical Character, Appearance, &c ............. 8o$Z

- Chemistry of the, by Lockyer. 1887 ................................... 82oE>

- Moon, and Stars, by Giberne. 1886 .................................... 427R

- The, and his Phenomena, by Webb. 1885 ........................... 426 R

- by Young, illustrated. 1883 ......................................... 458R

- Its Planets, &c., by Ledger. 1882 ................................. 425 R

- - Ruler, &c., of the Planetary System, by Proctor, illus. 1876 437R
- See also Abney's Traps to catch Sunbeams, ig^R. Brown's Science for All,

626B. Cassell's Magazine [Recent Eclipse of the], v. 5, 2345], Cen-
tury Magazine [Sun Energy], v. 7, 18797. English Mechanic, v. 47,
10470. Este's Recreations in Science, 497R. Good Words [Sun's Atmos-
phere], v. 6, 21767 ; [Historical Sketch of Solar Eclipses], v. 12, 21827 ;
[Solar Eruption], v. 13, 2183] ; [Sun's Heat], v. 28, 21987. Herschel's
Familiar Lectures, 68gQ. Humboldt's Cosmos, 483-6R. Inman's
Faiths, g6K. Knowledge [Fuel of], v. 2, 25827 ; [Sun-Worship], v. 3,



253 ; sance o, v. 4, 254 ; ea o, v. 7, 257. esure
Hour [What is it made of], v. n, 26217. Lockyer's Spectrum Analysis,
377R. Miller's Heavenly Bodies, 55iR. Nature [Physics of], v. 25
d 28, 2685 and 26887 \ t an d the Stars], v. 33 and 34, 2693-47 '> v - 39>

07. S



Heat, sogR. Webb's Celestial Objects, 6400.. Zeller's Greek Philo-

sophy, 538-gM. Astronomy, &c.

Sunbeam Yacht, a Voyage in the, by Mrs. Brassey, illustrated. 1878 i682R
- Lady Brassey's Three Voyages. 1886 .................................... 346B-

- Last Voyage of Lady Brassey, edited by Broome ..................... 862K

- Voyage in the Trades, the Tropics and the Roaring Forties, by

Lady Brassey, illustrated. 1885 ................................... 7Q8K

- See also Nineteenth Century [The Voyage in], v. 15, 22257, & c -

Sunbeam Library, vol. I. 1882 . ........... ................................. 347B

[Lady Brassey's Voyage in the Sunbeam. Wood's Strange Dwellings.
Hartwig's Arctic Regions.]

Sun-bird, The. See 7ardine's Naturalists' Library, 648 and 6s5Q. Birds, &c.

Sunday. See Carlyle's Evangelical Alliance, 66oA. Inman's Faiths, g6K. Lei-
sure Hour [Observance of], v. 14, 26247. Nineteenth Century [Con-
tinental], v. 15, 2225}. Saturday Review [Sunday Closing], v. 55,
R.L. Brand's Antiquities [Palm-Sunday], ioo5-6M. Bullock's Talks
with the People, v. i, 1977. Sabbath, &c.

Sunday Readings, in Prose and Verse, by Carpenter ..................... 1569^

- Recreation, a Symposium, edited by Linklater. 1889 ............ I24IM

Sunday-School Lessons, from the Pentateuch [International], Critical

Notes by Driver. 1887 ............................................. !2iiM

- Photographs, by Taylor. 1864 ....................................... I34Q 1

- Teacher's Manual [The Class and the Desk], by Gray, 2 vols. 332-3M
Sunday Schools. See Gregory's Robert Raikes [Origin of], 948Q. Teachers'

Cabinet. 15097. Excelsior [Sunday School Union], i93oR. Fortnightly

Review [in London, among the Poor], v. 45, 21357. Quiver [Teaching

in], v. 26, 32967, &c.

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SUN ENGLISH SECTION. SUR

Sunday at Home, a Family Magazine for Sunday Reading, from

vol.i. 1854 2851-;

[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.]

Sunday Magazine, edited by Thomas Guthrie, W. G. Blackie and

Benjamin Waugh, from vol. i. 1865 245I-J

[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 cata-
logue with the shelf number specified. The general contents will be
found in the Supplement to Poole's Index (Reference Library) under
such subjects as this magazine deals with.]

Sunderland. See Granville's Spas, &c., 35 iK, &c.

Sunderland (L.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Sundials. See Boy's Own Annual [and how to make them], v. 6, 29567 ', [and
their Mottoes], v. 9, 29597. Brown's Science for All, 6286. Leisure



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