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The Mistake, by Vanbrugh. Bonduca, by Beaumont and
Fletcher i28sZ

Vol. n. Sir Harry Wildair, by Farquhar. The Plain Dealer, by Wycher-

ley. Zenobia, by Murphy. Phaeder and Hippolitus, by Smith.. I286Z

Vol. 12. Careless Husband, by Gibber. School for Guardians, by Alurphy.

Boadicea, by Glover. Samson Agonistes, by Milton iz^-jZ

Vol. 13. Country Lasses, or the Custom of the Manor, by Johnson. Am-
phitryon, &c., by Dryden. Ximena, the Heroic Daughter, by
Gibber. Theodosius, or the Force of Love, by Lee I288Z

Vol. 14. The Refusal, or the Ladies' Philosophy, by Gibber. The Found-
ling, by Moore. Marianne, by Mrs. Fenton. Alzira, by Hill iz&gZ

Vol. 15. The Natural Son, by Cumberland. Good-Natured Man, by
Goldsmith. Battle of Hastings, by Cumberland. Countess of
Salisbury, by Hartson 1 2QoZ

Vol. 16. The Drummer, or the Haunted House, by Addison. The
Fashionable Lover, by Cumberland. Earl of Warwick, by
Dr. Franklin. The Funeral, or Grief a-la-mode, by Steel i2giZ

Vol. 17. School for Lovers, by Whitehead. The Double Gallant, or the
Sick Lady's Cure, by Gibber. The Provoked Wife, by Vanbrugh.
Rival Queens, or the Death of Alexander the Great, by Lee .... i2g2Z

Vol. 18. A Bold Stroke for a Wife, by Mrs. Centlivre. The Provoked
Husband, by Vanbrugh. Elfrida, by Mason. Caractacus, by
Mason 1 293Z

Vol. in. Man of the World, by Maclin. The Rehearsal, by Buckingham.

Irene, by Johnson. Oroonoko, by Southern 12Q4Z

Vol. 20. The Miser, by Fielding. The Suspicious Husband, by Hoadley.

The Orphan of China, by Murphy. The Revenge, by Young... I295Z

Bell's Poets of Great Britain [Poems and Biographies, by S. Johnson],

124 vols. 1807 :

Vols. 1-14. Geoffrey Chaucer, with notes by Warton and Tynvhitt, 14 vols. 2j&-giZ
Vols. 15-23. Edmund Spenser, with the Remarks of Hughes, Spence, &c.,

9 vols 2g2-3ooZ

Vols. 24-25. Edmund Waller, 2 vols 30I-2Z

Vols. 26-29. John Milton, 4 vols 303-6Z

Vols. 30-32. Samuel Butler, 3 vols 307-92

Vol. 33. Sir John Denham '. 3ioZ

Vols. 34-36. Abraham Cowley, 3 vols 311-32

Vols. 37-46. John Dryden, 10 vols 314-23^

Vol. 47. Wentworth Dillon, Earl of Roscommon 3242

Vol. 48. John, Earl of Rochester 325Z

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BEL ENGLISH SECTION. BEL



Bell's Poets of Great Britain, Stc. (continued,)

Vols. 49-50. William King, 2 vols 326-77

Vols. 51-53. Matthew Prior, 3 vols 328-302

Vol. 54. George Granvillc, Lord Landsdownc 3iZ

Vol. 55. John Pomfret 33Z

Vols. 56-59. Jonathan Swift, 4 vol? 333'6Z

Vol. 60. William Congreve 337^

Vols. 61-62. Joseph Add-on, 2 vol-; 338-92

Vols. 63-66. Nicholas Rowe, 4 vols 34-43Z

Vols. 67-69. Isaac Watts, 3 vols 344-6Z

Vol. 70. John Philips and Edmund Smith 347 Z

Vols. 71-72. Thomas Parnell, 2 vols 34 3 '9 Z

Vol. 73. Sir Samuel Garth 35oZ

Vol. 74. Elijah Fenton 35* z

Vol. 75. Thomas Tickell 35^Z

Vols. 76-77. William Somerville, 2 vols 353'4^

Vols. 78-88. Alexander Pope, 1 1 vols 355-65^

Vols. 89-91. - John Gay, 3 vols 366-8Z

Vol. 92. William Broome 369^

Vol. 93. Christopher Pitt and Matthew Green 37Z

Vols. 94-97. Edward Young, 4 vols 37 1 '4^

Vols. 98-99. Richard Savage, 2 vols 375"6Z

Vol. too. James Thomson, Vol. i 377^

Vol. 102. Ambrose Philips 379^

Vol. 103. John Dyer s8oZ

Vol. 104. Gilbert West 38iZ

Vol. 105. George, Lord Lyttelton 3^2Z

Vol. 106. James Hammond and William Collins s8sZ

Vol. 107. Edward Moore 3%4%

Vols. 108-9. William Shenstone, 2 vols 385-6Z

Vol. no. David Mallet 387^

Vol. in. Thomas Grey and Richard West 388Z

Vols. 112-13. Mark Akenside, 2 vols 389"9oZ

Vol. 1 14. John Cunningham 39*Z

Vols. 115-17. Charles Churchill, 3 vols 392-4Z

Vol. 118. William Falconer 39$Z

Vol. 1 19. John Armstrong 396Z

Vol. 120. Soame Jenyns 397 Z

Vol. i2i. Oliver Goldsmith 398Z

Vol. 122. Samuel Johnson 39i^

Vol. 124. Sir William Jones, Vol. 2 4ooZa

Vols. 101 and 123 are wanting.

Bellairs (Lady), Gossips with Girls and Maidens, Betrothed and

Free. 1887 984}!

Bellamy (J.), Dutch Poet, l>. 1733, d. 1786). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry

of Europe, 4730, &c.
BellayCJ. Du., French Poet, b. 1524, d. 1560). See Longfellow's Poets and

Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.

Belleau (R.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.
Bellegarde (General). See Alison's Europe, 119-380, &c.
Belles Lettres. See Maunder's Treasury, I48T. Mehagen's Universal History,

I3-5H. Literature, &c.

Bellingham (J ). See Browne's State Trials, 3050, &c.
Bellini (V., b. 1802, d. 1835). See Tytler's Musical Composers, 86oO, &c.
Bellman (C. M.). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 47 6D, &c.
BellO"WS. See Beckmann's Inventions, 6976;, &c.
Bellows (H. W.), The Old World and its New Face ; Impressions

of Europe in 1867-1868,2 vols. 1868 1398-9R

Beloe (W., Classical Scholar, b. 1756, d. 1817), Herodotus [Fam.

Clas. Lib.]. 1830 . IU2-4Q

See also Harper's Classical Library, &c.

Belshazzar, A Dramatic Poem, by Milman. 1822 445D

See^also Robinson's Scripture Characters, isiK.

Belzoni (G. B., Italian Traveller, b. 1778, d. 1823), Operations and

Recent Discoveries Within the Pyramids, Temples, Tombs,

and Excavations, in Egypt and Nubia, 2 vols. 1822 635-6!%,

15']



BEM GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. BER

Bembo (P., Secretary to Leo A'., /'. 1470, d. 1547). See Longfellow's Poets and

Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.
Benbow(J-) English Commodore, b. 1650, d. 1702). See Adam's Heroes, 978Q.

Yonge's British Navy, 3O2H, &c.

Beneficence. See Percy Anecdotes, gi$Z. Smith's Moral Sentiments, 588H, c.
Beneden (P. J. Van). See Van Beneden (P. J.)

Benedict (F. L.). Sse Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Benedict (Sir J., l>. 1804). See Tytler's Musical Composers, 86oO. Weber s

Great Musicians, i2i6O, c.

Benedictines, ^'tv Kramston's Winchester, 3016, &c.
Benevolence. AVr Grey's Self-Culture, 961 R. Lecky's Morals, 384^!.

Muller's Noble Deeds, &c., 92Q. Smith's Moral Sentiments, s88H, &c.
Bengal [Caird's India] , 556!!

See also Hunter's Indian Empire, 485!^. Temple's India, 464H and486K, &c.

Benguella to Yacca, A Journey into Central and West Africa [1877-

80], by Capello and Ivens, translated by Elwes, illus.,2 vols. 83I-2K

Benhani (W.), B.D., Ed. Catherine and Craufurd Tait, Wife and

Son of Archibald C., Archbishop of Canterbury. 1881 993O

- Winchester. 1884 i6o2Z

Ben-Hur, A Tale of the Christ, by Wallace. iSSl 274T

Benjamin (P.). See Poets of America, 4680, &c.

Benjamin (S. G. W.), The Channel Islands [Harper's New Monthly

Magazine] 163 1 J

Bennett (F. D.), F.R.G.S., Narrative of a Whaling Voyage Round

the Globe from 1833 to 1836, 2 "vols. 1840 835-6K

Bennett (H.). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760, &c.

Bennett (J., Dissenting Minister, b. 1774, d. 1862), D.D., and
Bogue (D.), D.D., History of Dissenters, from the Revo-
lution to the year 1808, 2 vols. 1833 286-7A

Theology of the Early Christian Church [Congregational

Lectures]. 1855 I I2M

Bennett (J. H., b. 1812, d. 1875), M.D., Nutrition in Health and

Disease, A Contribution to Hygiene and Clinical Medicine QiSK
Bennett (M.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Bennett (W.), Madame De Maintenon, a Memoir. 1880 6o2O

Bennett (W. C.). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Stoddarci'-:,

Late English Poets, 68/M, &c.
Benningsen (Comte De, Russian Genera!, b. 1745, d. 1826),

[Alison's Europe] 1 1 9-380

Benny (P. B.), Criminal Code of the Jews according to the Talmud Q27M

Benoni(L.), Or Passages in the Life of an Italian. 1853 5100

Bensley (B.), Louis XIV. and his Contemporaries. 1845 13090

Bent (J. T.), B. A., Life of Garibaldi. 1881 668O

Bentham (G.), F.R.S., Handbook of British Flora. Flowering

Plants and Ferns of the British Isles, illustrated, 2 vob. 1865 8oi-2F
For Guernsey and Channel Islands Flora, see pages 13, 63, 66, 91-2, 134-5,
169-70, 188, 203-4, 2I 6-7, 281-2, 340-1, 441, 473, 559, 575, 612, 617, 619,
643, 681, 821, 835, 837, 861, 863, 865, 876, 899, 958, 959, 969, 990, 999.
Bentinck (Lord G. F. C., Statesman, l>. 1802, d. 1848). See Croker Papers,

2O2F. Greville's Journals, 294-sF. Lennox's Celebrities, 1015!!, &:c.
Bentinck (Lord William, Statesman, b. 1738, d. 1809). See Cassell's India, 2290.
Bentivoglio (C.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.
Bentley (R., Classical Scholar, b. 1662, d. 1742), and Other Writings,

by De Quincey. 1863 65iR

byJebb[Eng. Men of Letters]. 1882 10560

Set also Nicoll's Great Scholars, ggiQ, &c.

Beowulf. See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730 ~&c.
Beranger (P. J. De, French song writer, b. 1780, d. 1857) [Bagehot's

Studies] , 86 4 H

[Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe] , , 4730

See also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 476D, &c.

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BER ENGLISH SECTION. BES



Berceo (G. de). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 473 D > & c -
Berdinore (Sept.), Handbook on the Principles of Cooking [Inter-
national Health Exhibition]. 1884

Berengaria (of Navarre, Queep of Richard I. t b. ngi,d. 1230) [Strick-
land's Queens of England] 8ooO

Berens (E.), M.A., Village Sermons. 1850 565-6M

Beresford (W. C., Viscount, Irish General, I'. 1768, d. iSy}). \es Alison's
Europe, 119-380, &c.

Berkeley (G., Metaphysician^ I. 1684, d. 1753), by Eraser [Philo-
sophical Classics for English Readers]. 1 88 1 IO36Q

AcV also Stoughton's Religion in England, 97-M, ^.c.

Berlin Society [Emperor William, Bismarck, c.J, by Vasili, trans-
lated by Leonard. 1885 , I222R

Berlin. See Alison's Europe, 119-380. Bellow's Europe, isgSR, &c.

Berlin Work. See Valentine's Girls' Own Book, nSyR, &c.

Berlioz (L. H., French Musical Composer, b. 1803, d. 1869}. See Engel's Re-
miniscences, 13480. Naumann's History of Music, gzgD. Tytler's
Musical Composers, 86oO. Edinburgh Rev., 493 J, &c.

Berrnondsey. See Loftie's London, 2520, &c.

Bermuda. See Brassey's Voyages, /gSK. Cruise of H.M.S. Bacchante, 786K.
Murray's British America, 400-2!", &c.

Bernadotte (Charles Jean, King of Sweden, b. 1764, d. 1844). See Alison's
Europe, 122-370, &c.

Bernard (St.)- See Hood's Preachers, 54iM, &c.

Bernard (N.), M.A. See Exell's Monthly Interpreter, 6zoA, c.

Bernardes (D.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry- of Europe, 4730, &c.

Bernardin De St. Pierre (J. H., French Novelist, b. 1737, d. 1814),

Studies of Nature, abridged from the translation of H. Hunter 7497

Bernays (A. J.), F.C.S., Chemistry [S.P.C.K. Science Manuals]

illustrated. 1874 75 2Z

Household Chemistry, or, Rudiments of the Science applied to

Every-Day Life, illustrated. 1854 833Z

Berne. See Bellow's Europe, I398R. Williams' Alps, Switzerland, 5906, &c.

Berners (J.), First Lessons on Health. 1872 I467Z

Bern! (F., Da Bibbiena, b. 1490, d. ^536) [Longfellow's Poets of

Europe] 473 D

Bernstein (J.), The Five Senses of Man [Inter. Scientific Series] ... 363!^

Berry (Miss, English Authoress, b. 1762, d. 1852) [Adams' Women

of Fashion] 10470

Berry (W.), History of the Island of Guernsey, part of the Ancient
Duchy of Normandy, from the Remotest Period of Antiquity
to 1814, with Particulars of the Neighbouring Islands of Al-
derney, Sark, and Jersey, illustrated. 1815

Bersier (E.), D.D., Coligny, The Earlier Life of the Great Hugue-
not, translated by Holmden. 1 884 5870

Bertaut (J.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.

Berthet (E.), Pre-Historic World, translated by Safford 5I3R

Bertnier (L. Alexander, French General, b. 1753. d. 1815). See Alison's Europe,
119-360. Bingham's Bonaparte, 330-16, &c.

Bertram, (J. G.), Harvest of the Sea, Fisheries and Fisher Folk. 1873 HQR

Bertrand (General). See Alison's Europe, 126-380, &c.

Besant (W., b. 1838), M.A., Gasparcl De Coligny, Admiral of

France, &c. 1879 979 anc ^ IO24Q

Life and Achievements of E. H. Palmer, Arabic Professor, Cam-
bridge 8920

Rabelais [Foreign Classics]. 1879 uSiO

Readings in Rabelais, 1883

See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Bessemer (Sir H., Ch-il Engineer, l>. 1813). See Fortunes Made in Business,
5032 F, &c.

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BBS GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. BIB

Bessie and Raymond, or Incidents connected with the Civil War in

the United States ..................................................... 43O

Bessieres (Joan Baptiste, French Marshal, b. 1768, d. 1813) [Ali-

son's Europe] ............................................................ 1 26-340

Best of Everything [Useful Recipes], 1872....: ............................ 97*M

Betel Leaf. See Simmonds' Products of the Vegetable Kingdom, 7/iF, &c

Bethany, Memories of, by Macdaff. 1858 ................................. I79Q

Bethel. See EwakTs Israel, 6 4 K, &c.

Bethlehem. Sec Bellow's Europe, i39gR. Ewald's Israel, 6jK, &c.

Bethune (G. W.), British Female Poets. 1865 ......................... 6;iM

See also Poets of America, 468 D, &c.

Bethune (J.). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 47 6D, &c.
Betting. .Vv Proctor's Chance and Luck, izzgR, c.
Bevan (F. ), Three Friends of God, Records from the Lives of John

Tauler, Nicholas of Basle, Henry Suso. 1887 ........... ' .....

Beverages, Unfermented, by Attfield. 1884 .......................... 992M

Beveridge(W., Theologian, b. 1638, d. 1708), D.D., Great Necessity

and Advantage of Public Prayer and Frequent Communion loZ
Private Thoughts upon Religion and a Christian Life. 1825 ...... 2O2Q

Bewick (T.. Famous Wood Engraver, b. 1753, d. 1828). See Jardine's Natura-

lists' Library, 653(3. Hamerton's Graphic Arts, I076M, c.

Bey (AugusteMarriette) The Monuments of Upper Egypt, trans. 1877 I539R
Beyond The Shadow, or the Resurrection of Life, by Whiton. 1885 638M
Bhagavad-Gita, The, or a Discourse between Krishna and Arjuna

on Divine Matters, a Sanskrit Philosophical Poem, translated

by Thomson. 1855 ......................................... 1115 and m6H

Eianconi (C., />. 1785, d. 1875), A Biography [1786-1875], by his

Daughter, Mrs. O'Connell. 1878 ................................ 5116

Biarritz. See Health Haunts, 8ioQ, c.

Biart (L.), My Rambles in the New World (North and South

America), illustrated. 1877 .............................



BIBLE. Works relating to the Bible: (See also under
Commentaries, Gospel, Old and New Testament, Scripture
Names of Books, e.g., Genesis, Exodus, Samuel, &>., also
names, e.g., Christ, Paul, John, Apostles, &c.).

COMMENTARIES, NOTES, &c.
Bible, A Key to the Knowledge of the, by Blunt. "1873 .........

Analysis of the Four Parallel Gospels, by Salmon. 1876... 653A

- Biblical Cyclopaedia, edited by Eadie. 1862 .................. I2M

- Museum, a Collection of Notes on the Holy Scriptures,

by Gray, 15 vols. 1880 .......................................... 77'9iM

- Canon of the, by Davidson. 1877 ................................. 238Q

- Old Testament, its History and Defence, by
Stuart. 1849 ..................................... ................. 483M

- Commentaries, New Testament Commentary for English

Readers, edited by Bishop Ellicolt, 3 vols. 1877-80... 29-3iA

- Commentary upon the Holy Bible [Genesis to Revelations],

from Henry and Scott, 6 vols .................................... 13-iSM

Genesis to Deuteronomy, i^M. Joshua to Esther, i4M. Job to
Solomon's Songs, isM. Isaiah to Malachi, :6M. Matthew to
Acts, i7M. Romans to Revelation, i8M.

- Prophecy of Malachi, by R. Stock, &c. 1865 ...... 56 A

Commonplace Book to the, by Locke. 1842 .................. cioA

Companion [R.T.S.] ................................................. I7 Z

- - to the, for Young Persons [R.T.S.] 1831 .................. 1744^

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BIB ENGLISH SECTION. BIB

BIBLE Works relating to the : (continued.)

Bible Concordance, by Jinks. 1836 ................................... 7iA

Connection and Harmony of the Old and New Testament,

by Alexander. 1853 ............................................. uiM

Critical Study of the Holy Scriptures, by Home, 2 vols. 1853 74-5 A

- Dictionary [American Sunday School Union]. 1837 ....... . 7 2 ^

of the, by Robinson, and a History of the Bible by

Smith, illustrated. 1879 .......................................

- - or Encyclopaedia of Religious Knowledge, by Edwards. 72 A

- Exposition of the Old and New Testaments, by Henry, 3

vols. 1706 ....................................................... 596-8A

_ T Q A 1 f\f-\ J A

1 4 j .......................... V w J rx

- Family Devotional, by Matthew Henry, 3 vols .................. 87-gA

- Harmony of the Four Gospels, by Bickersteth. 1832 ......... H2Q

Help to Reading the, by Nicholls. 1852 ........................ 427M

Holy, according to the Authorised Version (A.D. 1611)

(Speaker's Commentary) , 10 vols .............................. 5 1 6-25 A

Annotations by Pool, 3 vols. 1853



- With Notes by D'Oyly and Mant, 3 vols. 1817 ............ Q

- by Scott ................................................... 14-19 and 2O-22A

Commentary on, by Jinks, 6 vols. 1835-6 .................. 4I-6A

Scripture Verified, by Redford. 1853 ....................... IO9M

with Commentary and Notes, by Clarke, 6 vols. 1838... 23-8A

by Hussey, 3 vols. 1844 ................................. 32-4^-

- Illustrated Commentary on the Old and New Testaments,

5 vols. 1841 ..................................................... IOO-4M

- Lectures on the Acts, Epistles and Revelation, by Kelly ...... 359-60^!

- Pentateuch, by Kelly. 1871 .......................... 36iM

- Study of the Gospels and Epistles, by Kelly,
2 vols. 1867 ...................................................... 357-8M

- New Testament, Authorised Version, by Tischendorf. 1869 242T
- - Criticism of the, by Scrivener. 1861 ..................... 247A

- New Testament Diction, or an Introduction to the Critical

Study of the Greek New Testament, by Winer ............ 246A

- Notes on Genesis, I28Q. Exodus, I29Q. Numbers, I3OQ.

- - Old and New Testaments, Commentary on, 2 vols. 1812... 35-6A

by Patrick, Lowth, Arnold, Whitby and
Lowman, 4 vols. 1842 .......................................... 37-4OA

Historical Passages, by Hall, 2 vols. 1845 ...... 449 A

Old Testament in the Jewish Church, by Smith. 1881 ...... 467^!

Synopsis of the, by Darby, 5 vols. 1857-64 ......... , ........... 56-6oM

- The Holy Bible translated according to the Letter and

Idioms of the original Languages, by Young. 1881 ... 537 M
- Parellel Gospels, collected by Salmon. 1876 .............. 6520

Three Hundred Outlines of Sermons on the New Testament 49oM



- Unity of the New Testament, by Maurice. 1879

GENERAL WORKS.

- Anecdotes Illustrative of the New Testament, by Whitecross 232T
- - - - Old Testament, by Whitecross ..................... 23iT

- - Annals of the English Bible, by Anderson. 1862 .......... 498A

- Connection of the Old and New Testament, or The History

of the Jews [R.T.S.] ........................................... 2oZ

- - Educator, by Plumtre, 2 vols ..,' ................... , ................ 76-7A

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BIB GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. BIB

BIBLE "\Yorks relating to : (continued.}

Bible Geography [R.T.S.] 1839 3iZ

History of the, by Gleig, 2 vols. 1830 3 2 '3Z

- English Bible, by Moulton. 1878 4i8M

- Translations of the, by Lewis. 1818 io6K

Holy Scripture and Geological Science, by Smith. 1855... noM

Hours with the, or Scripture in the light of Modern Dis-

covery, by Geikie, 6 vols. iSSi 321 -6M

Illustrations, Finden 403 A

in Spain, by Borrow. 1849 = 236M

- Lakes and Rivers of the, by Tweedie, illustrated. 1864 i8gQ

Lands, by Van Sennep, 2 vols. 1875 S 11 ' 2 ^-

Modern Science in, byDawson. 1888 I2I2M

- Notes of Travel, by Schaff. 1878 455M

Pictures from, edited by Green 828B

Rambles in, by Newton. 1879 425M

Ruins of, by Tweedie. 1870 2i6Q

- Literary History of the, by Townley. 1833 I43Q

Lore, by Gray. 1870 2I5T

- Mountains of the, by M'Farlane. 1849 IO9K

- Music of the, by Stainer, illustrated . S49M

- Natural History, by M. K. M. 1880 7 J 9Z

New Testament History, by Pinnock. 1851 6iZ

Oriental Records, Monumental and Historical, by Rule 556-7M

Monumental, 5s6M. Historical, ss/M.

Our English Bible, by Stoughton 482M

- Pictorial History of the, by Smith 5 14A

Picture, A Pictorial History of the Old and New Testa-

ments, by Gaunter 295 A

Popular History of the Translation of the Scriptures into the

English Tongue, by Mrs. Conant 34K

Power in London, "Pity for the Perishing," by Pike. 1884 55oM

- Rivers, by Gosse. 1850 33oM

Scenes, by March 401 M

Sketches for Young People, by Green, 3 vols 7'9Q

Superhuman Origin of the, by Rogers. 1874 54 2 ^

- Teachings in Nature, by Macmillan. 1882 94Ta

- The, and the Holy Land, by Geikie, 2 vols. 1887 64I-2A

- Book and Its Story, a narrative for the Young, by

L. N. R. 1853 8 9 Q

Book and its Missions, vols. I and 3, V.D 508-9 A

Class and the Desk, a Manual for Sunday School

Teachers, by Gray, 2 vols. 1867 33 2 '3^

Old Testament, 332^!. New Testament, 333 M.

Land and the Book, by Thomson. 1883 , 4OiA

- Vitality of the, by Blaikie. [Present DayTracts]... 237T

- Thoughts, byMelvill I685Z

Translator [S. Sharpe], by Clayden. 1 883 959O

Witness and Review, for the Preservation and Defence of

Revealed Truth, 3 vols. 1877-81 39S7A

Biblical and Theological Subjects, Sermons, by Allin. 1864 201 K

Antiquities, by Jahn, translated by Upham. 1836 245A

by Nevin J57oZ

for use of Schools, by Nevin. 1859 , io8Q

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BIB ENGLISH SECTION. BIN

BIBLE Works relating to : (continued.)

Bible, Biblical Geography in a Nutshell, by Shekleton. 1884... 459-M

Guide, Christian Student's, edited from the MSS. of

Green, by Churchill. 1836 334M

Literature, Illustrations of, by Townley, 3vols. 1821 242-4 A

- Topics [Teacher's Cabinet] iSioZ

See also Blunt's Scriptural Coincidences, 234^!. Boutell's Dictionary,

44.K. Brand's Antiquities, loojM. Brown's Concordance, i^Z.
Campbell's Gospels, 26-8K. Dent's Testimony of the Stars, 553!*..
Ellet's Family Pictures, I33Q. Giles' Records and Authorship of
Old and New Testaments, 85-6K. Hitchins' Young Men of Scrip-
ture, 345M. Inman's Ancient Faiths, Q5-6Ka. Lansdell's Asia, 83oK.
Lansdell's Russian Central Asia, SagK. Lardner's Gospel Credi-
bility, 377-8M. Law's Christ is All, 379-81^!. Martindale's Dic-
tionary, 43K. Morris's Key to Gospels, 1872, i^Q. Napier's
Ancient Arts, icg6M. Patton's Village Testament, 230'!. Sayce's
Ancient Monuments, 251 M. Skene's Gospel History, n88-oM, c.
Bibliography. Sec American Men of Letters, 1038-410;. Curwen's Booksellers,
52oO. English Men of Letters, 10540;. Hemans' Memoirs, 993Q.
Knight's Philosophical Classics, 1026-370. Lansdell's Russian Asia,
&2gK. Literary Men of France. loio-iQ. Thackeray's English Hu-
mourists, I042Q. Books, Literature, &c.
Bifoliotlieca Sacra, and American Biblical Repository, vols 8-IO,

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