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- - from the Ancient Britons to the Death of George II., by

Mackintosh [Lardner's Cabinet Cyclo.], 10 vols. 1830-9 ..... 7O3-nT
- - in the Eighteenth Century [vols. 7 and 8], by Lecky.

1890.. ................... . ...................................... i72Ha I72llb

- - [James II. to William III.], 2 vols. 1889 ................... 1528-90

- - [Maunder's Treasury of History] ................................. i856Z

- See also Bryce's American Commonwealth [and America compared], 517-9!!.

Cobden's Political Speeches, 222R ; Speeches, 323R. Contemporary
Review, v. 56, 2o66J ; [Origin of the English], v. 57, 2o6/J. Dilre's
Problems of Greater Britain, 334!!. Freeman's English Constitution,
438H. Probyn's Land Tenure, 248R. Smiles' Huguenots, 13111X1.
Walpole's Life of Lord John Russell, 6o9-oF. Booth's In Darkest
England, 1440!!. Time [Population of], v. 12,



English and Anglo-Saxon Dictionary, by Uosworth. 1888 ............ I3I7H

- French, a Comparison, by Hamerton. 1889 ..................... 2036!^

- - Wits. See Leigh's Jeux d'Esprit, I43T.
- Art. See English Illustrated Magazine, v. 5, iggsJ.
- Church, Life in the [1660-1714], by Overton. 1885 ............... 43F

- Coins and Tokens, by Jewitt, and Greek and Roman Coins, by

Head [Young Collector's Series]. 1888 ........................... I44R

- Constitution, Growth of the, from the Earliest Times, by Free-

man. 1887 .............................................................. 456II

- Dictionaries. .SV^ Gentleman's Magazine [some Curiosities of], v. 4i,N.s., 761 J.
- Literature. See Macmillan [The Teaching of], v. 61, ggij.

- Merchants, by Fox Bourne, illustrated. 1886 ........................ 14960

- Parliament in its Transformations through a Thousand Years, by

Gneist, translated by Shee. 1886 ................................. 439H

- Poor, their Social and Economic History, by Mackay. 1889 ... 33 7 R

- Silver Coins, issued since the Conquest, with their Values, by

Henry, illustrated. 1882 ............................................. n6oM

- Surnames, by Lower, 2 vols. 1875 .................................... 192I-2R

- Wayfaring Life in the Middle Ages [i4th Century], by Jus-

serand. 1889 ...................... ........................ ; ............ I925R

English. Channel. vS"^ Chambers' Journal [Crossing the], v. 50, 1951 J. Good Words

[Winter Gale in the], v. 5, 2I75J. Once a Week [Depth of the], v. 19,

2279J. Temple Bar [Yacht Cruise in tie], v. 15, 1345.!.

Engraving on Wood, Bewick and his Pupils, by Dobson. 1889 ... 14840
Enigmas, Charades, Transpositions, &c. 1810 ........................ 2O7iR

Egypt. See Dilke's Problems of Greater Britain, 33sH.



ENN GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. EVE

Enniskillen. See Crookshank's Methodism in Ireland, 66g-7iA.

Entomology. See Nature, v. 39-40, 2699-0.7. Report of the Guernsey Natural
Science Society, 2137!?.. Skuse's Crustacea, 143^. Stanley's In
Darkest Africa, v. 2, 874K. Nature, v. 41, 2701 J. Jephson's Emin
Pasha, 8 79 K.

Ephesians. See Epistles, Commentaries, New Testament, c.

Ephialtes. See Cox's Greek Statesmen, 3211.

"Epic." See Posnett's Literature, 394R.

Epidemics. See Chambers' Journal [Past and Present], v. 66, 1966.7.

Epilepsy. See Bridger's Man and his Maladies, 93gK.

Epistles, Apostolic, a Literal Translation, by Macknight. 1832 .... I5o!>

Pastoral, Commentary on, by Ellicott. 1861 73iA



- See also Alford's Greek Testament, g27-3oA. Ellicott's Colossians, Philip-
pians, &c., 73oA. Stier's St. James [Commentaries on the], 761 A.
Clarke's Theological Library, Commentaries, &c.
Epistolary Parody, Old Friends, by Lang ................................. 2O48R

Epitaphs, Gleanings from God's Acre, by Briscoe. 1883 ............ i86iZ

- See also Camden's Britain, 2044!?.. Notes and Queries, 7th series, v. 7,

1099 J.

Equality. See Runciman's Joints in our Social Armour, 2O5oR.
Erasmus (Desiderius). See The Reformers, 14670, &c.

Ernest II. (Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha}, Memoirs of [1818-1850]. 6;4-5F
Erskine (Thomas, Lord), Speeches of, with a Memoir of his Life,

by Walford. 1880 ..... ................................... .............. 5i8D

Eskimos, The. See Quiver [Christian Work among the], v. 32, 3302J.

Essays and Lays of Ancient Rome, by Macaulay ........... : ............ 7I7-8M

- Moral and Humorous, also on Imagination and Taste, by Joseph

Addison. 1839 .......................................... , ............. 2254X

- on Archaeological Subjects, by Wright, 2 vols. 1861 ............... QI2-3F

- Sanitary and Social, by Kingsley. 1889 .............................. I968R

- Speeches and Sermons, by Connop Thirlwall, edited by Perowne $17^

- toward a Critical Method, by Robertson. 1889 ..................... I956R

- See also Excelsior, i926-3oR, &c.



Etchers' Handbook, by Hamerton. 1875 .................................

Ethnology. See Excelsior, 1926-3^. Hickson's Celebes, 864K. Nature, v. 39,

26ggJ ; v. 41, 270iJ. Stanley's In Darkest Africa, v. 2, 874K, &c.
Etiquette. See Peter's Girls' Own Out-door Book, 1256!!. Time [Medical], v.

20, isioj, &c,

Eton. See Macmillan [Fifty Years Ago], v. 61, 99iJ.
Etty ( (William). See Hamerton's Portfolio Papers, n68M, c.
Eugenie (Empress), or Court Life at the Tuileries, by Madame

Carette ...................................................................... 956F

Eugenie de Guerin. See Adams' Remarkable Women, 393F.

Euphorion, being Studies of the Antique r.nd the Mediaeval in the

Renaissance, by Vernon Lee, 2 vols. 1884 ..................... 945-6D

Europe during the Middle Ages [Lardner's Cabinet Cyclo.]. 1833.. 744-7T
South, Normans in, by Barton. 1886 ................................. 45H

- See also Atlantic Monthly [the Reconstruction of], v. 65, isssj. Dilke's
Problems of Greater Britain, 335!!. Gentleman's Magazine [Europe
in the Twenty-fourth Century], v. 41, N.S., 76iJ. Noble Traits of
Kingly Men [European History], 15370. Wonders of Nature and
Art, 1329^1, c.

Euston Station. See Ackworth's Railways, 9370.
Evangeline, a Poem. See Longfellow's Poetical Works, i4i7M.
Evans (Evan), 7r., Specimens of the Poetry of the Ancient Welsh

Bards, with Notes ...................................................... 1331!!

" E. V. B.," Days and Hours in a Garden. 1890 ........................ 3oR

Evelyn (John), F.R.S., Diary from 1641 to 1705-6, with Memoir,

edited by Bray. 1890 ................................................ 4591'

-Everest (John). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.



EVE ENGLISH SECTION. GENERAL SUPPLEMENT. EXT

Everett (J. D.), M.A., 7>. and Ed., Elementary Treatise on

Natural Philosophy, by Deschanel, parts 2, 3 and 4, illus 825-70

Everitt (G.), Doctors and Doctors, some Curious Chapters in Medical

History and Quackery. 1888 947K

Every Boy's Annual for 1889, edited by Edmund Routledge, illus.... 1308!!
E very-day Difficulties, Dictionary of, in Reading, Writing and

Speaking the English Language !9 T 5R

Every-day Heroes during the Queen's Reign [1837-1888] [S.P.C.K.] 14550
Evidence. See Sidgwick's Fallacies, 391 R.

Evidences of Christianity, by Lyttleton. 1824 24?.

Evolution. See Cornhill, v. 86, 14167. Lee's Dialogues, 1325!!. Science of

Thought, 5 8 5 H, &c.
Ewald (Alex. Charles), F.S.A., Sir Robert Walpole, a Political

Biography [1676-1745]. 1878 66gY

Exa.mina/tion a Failure. See Nineteenth Century, v. 25, 2235] . Time [Examin-
tion Craze], v. 20, isioj. Lankester's Advancement of Science [Exami-
nations], 836F.

Excelsior, Helps to Progress in Religion, Science and Literature,

6 vols. 1854-56 :

Vol. i. The Mould and the Medallion. Life in its Lower Forms. Papers
on t'ie Air and Sky. Sketches in Ornithology. My Brother's
Keeper. On the Populations of the Russian Empire. Raleigh's

History of the World, &c IQ26R

Vol. 2. Ourselves. British Mining. Notes on Great Pictures. Homes,
how to Make and how to Improve Them. Clouds. A Peep into
our Naval Dockyards. Hume's England. The Funds. Notes

on Norfolk. William Cowper, &c I92JR

Vol. 3. Hearts of Oak. Night Views from my Window. Lunar Scenery.
Life in its Intermediate Forms. English Letter-writers. Times
of Refreshing. Robins and their Songs. Scenes in Hispaniola.

The Lion. British Mining, &c I928R

Vol. 4. Geology. Notes on Norway. Scripture Zoology. Christian and
Ecclesiastical Sacerdotalism. Bibliomania. Notes on Great Pic-
tures. The Mediterranean in the Sixth Century, B.C. The

Working Men of Europe, &c igagR

Vol. 5. How to make a Fortune. The Witches' Dance on the Brocken.
Devotional Writers. Life in its Higher Forms. Nature's Laws.
Cape Town and Constantia. Meteoric Stones. The Oldest

Christian Hymns. The Shipwreck of St. Paul, &c i93oR

Vol. 6. The Dull Watering-place. Pioneers and First-fruits. Lucifer-
matches. The Eagle. The Hills. Divine Thoughts in the Facts
of Creation. The Cloud. Mrs. Sherwood. Candles and Lamps.

The Psalmist. The Mosque of Omar, &c i93iR

Executive. See Bryce's American Commonwealth [and Legislative Departments,

5 T 7-9H.
Exercises for Ladies to Preserve and Improve Beauty, by Walker... i88iZ

See also Sylvia's Family Management [Food, and Gentle], 1770.

Exeter. See Devonshire

Exhibitions. See Gentleman's Magazine [The Irish Exhibition and Irish
Manufactures], v. 265, 761], Nature, v. 40, 2700], Fisheries Exhibi-
tion, Health Exhibition, &c.

Existence, Natural Conditions of, by Semper 388R

Exodus, Commentary on [Hebrew and English], by Kalisch. 1855. 932A

Commentary upon, with a New Translation by Murphy. 1866.. 77oA

See also Robbin's Books of Moses, 883A, &c.

Exorcism. See Smedley's Occult Sciences, iQ3sR, &c.

Explanation. See Sidgwick's Fallacies, sgiR, &c.

Explorers of the Nineteenth Century, Great, by Verne, ill. 1881... 287F

Expression. See Warner's Physical Expression [by a series of Movements and

Trophic Actions], 303 R.

Extract of Meat. See Smith's Foods, 38oR, &c.
Extradition. See Quarterly, v. 170,



EYE GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. FAR

Eye-onyx. See King's Decorative Stones, nsgM.

Eyes. See Cassell's Family Magazine [My eyes are so bad], v. 15, 1365], War-
ner's Physical Expression, 393 R. Bell's Woman in Health and Sick-
ness, 946K. Sylvia's Family Management [Cataract of the], 1770, &c.

Eyre (Kate). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Ezekiel and the Book of his Prophecy, an Exposition, by Fairbairn. 8c>4A

Book of, translated, with a Commentary, by Henderson. 1885.. 887 A

Exposition of, with Observations by Greenhill [1650], revised by

Sherman . 1 864 1 48D

Prophecies of, Elucidated, by Hengstenberg, translated by

Murphy [Clark's Theological Library]. 1 869 798A



j ABER (George Stanley), A.M., Hone Mosaics, or a View of the

Mosaical Records, 2 vols. 1801 ..................... ............... 744-5A

- The Mysteries of the Cabiri, or the Great Gods of Phenicia,
Samothrace, Egypt, Troas, Greece, Italy and Crete, being
an attempt to deduce the several Orgies of Isis, Ceres,
Mithras, Bacchus, Rhea, Adonis and Hecate, from a union
of the Rites commemorative of the Deluge, with the Adora-
tion of the Host of Heaven, 2 vols. 1803 ........................ 742-3A

- The Many Mansions in the House of the Father, Spiritually
Discussed and Practically Considered and a Memoir of the
Author, by F. A. Faber. 1854 .................................... 746A

Fables of La Fontaine, translated from the French by Wright,

edited by Gibbs. 1888 ................................................ I4I2M

Face, The. See Warner's Physical Expression, 393R.

Face-ache. See Sylvia's Family Management, 1770.

Facts. See Sidgwick's Fallacies, 3QiR.

Fairbairn (A. M.), D.D., and others, Bicentenary Lectures, a
Historical Series delivered on the Occasion of the Bicentenary
of the Revolution of 1688, under the direction of the Congre-
gational Union of England and Wales. 1889 .................. 68iA

Fairbairn (Patrick), D.D., Ezekiel and the Book of his Prophecy,

an Exposition [Clark's Foreign Theological Library]. 1855 804A
'



Fairies. See Smedley's Occult Sciences, igssR, &c.

Faith.. See Good Words [and Character], v. 30, 22ooJ. Gore's Lux Mundi,

937A. Quiver [Firmness of], v. 32, 3302.7.
Faith-Healing. See Sunday at Home, v. 37, 28877.
"Falcon" on the Baltic, a Coasting Voyage in a Three-ton Yacht,

by Knight, illustrated. 1889 ......................................... I746R

Fall of the House of Usher and other Prose Writings of Poe. 1889 I936R
Fallacies, a View of Logic, by Sidgwick. 1886 ........................ 39iR

Falle (P.), Account of the Island of Jersey, with an Appendix of

Records, &c., to which are added Notes by Durell. 1837 ... I4O7H
Falloux (Comte de). See Quarterly Review, v. 168, 1298.7.
Family Chests, Chapters from, by Walford, 2 vols. 1887 ............ 9*4-5F

Fans. See Woman's World, v. 2, 1889, R.L.

Fanshawe (Lady). See Adams' Remarkable Women, 393F.

Faraday as a Discoverer, by Tyndal. 1868 ..................... i86F and 14380

Fares. See Ackworth's Railways, 93/D.

Farjeqn (B. L.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Farming, Dairy Farming, by Roland. 1887 ........................... 830F

- See also Cobden's Speeches, 323R. Murray's Magazine [and Rooks], v. 6,
1466.7. Griffiths' Manures, 2i2oR. Roland's Grass Land, 826F.

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FAR ENGLISH SECTION. GENERAL SUPPLEMENT. FEV

Farquhar (Barbara H. [a Labourer's Daughter]), The Pearl of Days

[the Sabbath]. 1849 IO52R

Farquhar (G.). See Merydew's Love Letters, v. i, 676F.

Farrar (F. W.), D.D., Lives of the Fathers, Sketches of Church

History in Biography, 2 vols. 1889 670-711"

Fairer (J. A.), Adam Smith [1723- 1790] [English Philosophers]. 1881 12310
Fascination. See Smedley's Occult Sciences, 1935!*.
Fashions. See Woman's World [the Latest], v. 2, 1889, R.L.
Fasting and its Physiology. See New Review, v. 2, 3352J.

Fat. See Bridger's Man and his Maladies, 639!^. Smith's Foods, 38oR. Ency-
clopaedia of Domestic Economy [Chemical Nature of], 1740.
Father Damien, a Journey from Cashmere to his Home in Hawaii,

by Clifford. 1889 I475O

Father, The. See Stark's Life's Stages, i2 52 M.

Fathers, Lives of the, Sketches of Church History in Biography, by

P'arrar, 2 vols. 1889 67<>7iF

See also London Quarterly [Lives and Teachings of the], v. 72, 862J.

Faucit (Helena). See Martin (Lady).

Fauna. See Hickson's Celebes, 864 K. Watson's Sylvan Folk [Miniature British

Fausset (A. R.), A.M., and Brown (D.), D.D., Commentary

on the New Testament [Critical Pocket Bible]. 1867 1273^!

Faustina. See Edwards' Prima Donna, 6?8.

Favart (Madame). See Matthew's History of Music, 9430.

Favourite Passages in Modern Christian Biography 14410

[Cecil, Fuller, Monod, Hall, Arnold, Chalmers, Martyn, M'Cheyne,

Havelock, Vicars, &c.].
Fawcett (Mrs. Henry), Some Eminent Women of our Times,

Short Biographical Sketches. 1889 14870

Federal Judiciary. See Bryce's American Commonwealth, 517-9^

Federation, Imperial. See Dilke's Problems of Greater Britain, 335H.

Feet, The. See Cassell's Family Magazine [and their Troubles], v. 15, 23643".
Sylvia's Family Management [Clothing of the], 1770.

Female Labour in the Metropolis [Toilers in London] 335^

Life in Prison, by Robinson 205 R

Feminine Politics. See Time, v. 20, isioj.

Fencing 1 , by Pollock, &c., Boxing, by Mitchell, Wrestling, by Arm-
strong [Badminton Library]. 1889 II38M

Fenelon (S. De La Mothe), Adventures of Telemachus, translated

by Hawkesworth. 1847 igilZ

Fenton (F. E.), M.R.C.P.E., Tr., Artistic Anatomy, by Duval, ill. 93 iK

Fenton (Lavinia). See Edwards' Prima Donna, 678F.

Ferdinand (King and Prince). See Memoirs of Ernest II., 674F.

Fere (C.), and Binet (A.), Animal Magnetism [Int. Scien. Series] 397R

Fergus (Henry), History of the Western World ; the United States :

Vol. i. Up to the Year 1778 742 T

Vol. 2. From 1779 to 1830 743T

Ferguson (James, Astronomer, b. 1710, d. 1776). See Mayhew's Peasant-Boy
Philosopher, 973(3.

Fermentation, by Duclaux. 1884 96oK

See also Encyclopaedia of Domestic Economy, 1740.

Fernandez (Don Manro, Secretary of the Treasury, Costa Rica). See Calvo's

Costa Rica [with portrait], 2giH.
Ferns. See Beeton's Home Pets, igsR. Knowledge [Life History of a Fern], v.

J 3> 2 593J- Transactions of the Guernsey Society of Natural Science

[of Guernsey], 2oi2R.

Ferrier (Professor). See Tulloch's Philosophy, 72 4 A.
Festivals. See Wilde's Ireland, 9 6oF.
Fevers. See Bell's Woman in Health and Sickness, 946K. Bridger's Man and

his Maladies, 93gK. Sylvia's Family Management [Brain and Hay],

i 77 D.



FIG GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. FIS

Fiction. Analytical Subject Index to English Prose Fiction, alpha-
betically and chronologically arranged, by Cotgreave 2O77R

/iew [Candour in Ens



See also New Review [Candour in English Fiction], v. 2, 33527.



Field and Hedgerow, being the last Essays of Richard Jefferies. 1890 2I45R

Fielding (H.), Journey from this World to the Next 4&4X

See also Merydew's Love Letters, v. i, 6y6F.

Fifty Years in the Church of Rome, a Record of the Life of Pastor

Chiniquy. 1886 643A

on the Trail, a True Story of Western Life, by O'Reilly,

illustrated. 1889 I74QR

Figure, The. See Walker's Exercises for Ladies, i88iZ.
Fiji. See Dilke's Problems of Greater Britain, 335H.
Filters and Filtering. See Blakelee's Simple Mechanics, 9580.
Finance. See Bryce's American Commonwealth, 517-8 H.

Finck (H. T.), Chopin and other Musical Essays. 1889 1169^!

Fine Arts. See Excelsior, 1926-31!^. Art, &c.

Finger-Ring- Lore, Historical, Legendary, Anecdotal, by Jones... 928M

Finland. See Excelsior, ig26R. Westminster Review [and the Philanders], v.

130, R.L.

Fir. See Ward's Timber, ziaSR.
Fire Wood. See Blakelee's Simple Mechanics [Preparing], 9s8D.

Fires and Fire Brigades, by Shaw. 1884 95?K

See also Murray's Magazine [Some great], v. 6, 14667.

Firmilian (St.). See Farrar's Lives of the Fathers, 67oF,

Firmness. See Seneca's Dialogues, i2oiH.

First Principles. See Collin's Synthetic Philosophy, 58/H.

Fish. See Fishes.

Fisheries Exhibition Literature, 14 vols., illustrated. 1884 :

HANDBOOKS.

Vol. i. British Fish Trade. Marine and Freshwater Fishes of the British
Islands. The Fishery Laws. Apparatus for Fishing. Place of
Fish in a Hard-working Diet, with Notes on the Use of Fish in
Former Times. Popular History of the Fisheries and Fishermen
of all Countries from the Earliest Times 97oK

Vol. 2. Fish Culture. Zoology and Food Fishes. The Unappreciated
Fisher-Folk ; their Round of Life and Labour. Salmon Fisheries.
Angling in Great Britain. Indian Fish and Fishing 97 J K

Vol. 3. Fishes of Fancy ; their Place in Myth, Fable, Fairy-Tale and
Folk-Lore. Angling Clubs and Preservation Societies of London
and the Provinces. Sea Fables Explained. Sea Monsters Un-
masked. Practical Lessons in the Gentle Craft. Literature of
Sea and River Fishery 97 sK

CONFERENCE PAPERS.

Vol. 4.- Inaugural Address by Professor Huxley. Notes on the Sea
Fisheries and Fishing Population of the United Kingdom. Prin-
ciples of Fishery Legislation. Fish Transport and Fish Markets.
Economic ConditiorTof Fishermen. A National Fisheries' Society.
River Pollution by Refuse from Manufactories and Mines, with
Remedies Proposed. Practical Fishermen's Congress. Scien-
tific Results of the Exhibition 973 K

Vol. 5. Fishery Industries of the United States. Oyster Culture and
Oyster Fisheries in the Netherlands. Fisheries of Canada.
Fisheries of China. Sketch of the Fisheries of Japan. New-
foundland ; its Fisheries and General Resources. Swedish
Fisheries. Notes on the Fish Supply of Norway. Notes on
the Food, Fishes and Edible Mollusca of New South Wales.
Fisheries of Spain. Fisheries of the Batamas. West African
Fisheries, with Particular Reference to the Gold Coast Colony. . 974K

Vol. 6. Fish Diseases. Culture of Salmonidae and the Acclimatization of
Fish. Herring Fisheries of Scotland. Mackerel and Pilchard
Fisheries. Salmon and Salmon Fisheries. Coarse Fish Culture.
Destruction of Fish and other Aquatic Animals by Internal Para-
sites. The Food of Fishes. Molluscs, Mussels, Whelks, &c.,
used for Food and Bait. Artificial Culture of Lobsters. Crus-
taceans 975K.

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FIS ENGLISH SECTION. -GENERAL SUPPLEMENT. FLA

Fisheries Exhibition Literature Conference Papers (continued.}

Vol. 7. Fish as Food. Preservation of Fish Life in Rivers by the Exclu-
sion of Town Sewage. Fisheries of Ireland. Improved Facilities
for the Capture, Economic Transmission and Distribution of Sea
Fishes. Seal Fisheries. Storm Warnings. Saving Life at Sea.
Fish Preservation. The Basis for Legislation on Fishery Ques-
tions. Forest Protection and Tree Culture on Water Frontages.
Line Fishing. Trawling ................................... 9?6K

PRIZE ESSAYS.

Vol. 8. Commercial Sea Fishes of Great Britain. Effect of the Existing
National and International Laws for the Regulation and Pro-
tection of Deep Sea Fisheries. Salmon Legislation in Scotland. 97?K

Vol. 9. Improved Fishery Harbour Accommodation for Great Britain and
Ireland. Best System of Life Insurance for Fishermen. Rela-
tions of the State with Fishermen and Fisheries. History of
Dutch Sea Fisheries ....................................... 9?SK

Vol. 10. Natural History of Commercial Sea Fishes of Great Britain and
Ireland, &c. Improved Facilities for the Capture, Economic
Transmission and Distribution of Sea Fishes. A Central Whole-
sale Fish Market for London. The Best Appliances and Methods
of breaking the Force of the Sea at the Entrance to Harbours
and elsewhere ..............................................

Vol. u. Propagation of the Salmonidae. The Salmon Disease. Cultiva-
tion of Freshwater Fish other than Salmonidae. Herring Fishery.
Scotch East Coast, Orkney and Shetland, Lewis and Barra Her-
ring Fishery. Natural History and Cultivation of the Sole.
Oyster Culture. Best means of Increasing the supply of Mus-
sels and other Molluscs. Introduction and Acclimatization of
Foreign Fish. Food of Fishes. Currents, Temperatures and
other Physical Conditions of the Sea in Relation to Fish. Ang-
ling Clubs .................................................. g8oK



Vol. 12. Official Catalogue. Awards of the International Juries ..........

Vol. 13. Official Report of the International Fisheries' Exhibition. Report
on the Electric Lighting. Ceremonial at Opening of Inter-
national Fisheries' Exhibition and Addresses at Closing. Sta-
tistical Tables. Return of Number of Visitors during the Term
of the International Fisheries Exhibition. Digests prepared by
Invitation of the Executive Council as to the Condition of the
Fishing Industry in the United Kingdom and Abroad ..........

Vol. 14. Analytical Index to the whole Literature ...................... 983^

Fisheries Exhibition. See also Lankester's Advancement of Science [Scientific
Results of the, London, 1883], 836F.

Fishes, Amphibians and Reptiles, Natural History and Classification

of, by Swainson [Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopaedia], 2 vols. 1838 778-QT

- Sec also Beeton's Household Management, ggjM. Cassell's Magazine [and
Fishers], v. 9, 234^. Cornhill [Fresh Water], v. 60, 34oJ. Excelsior,
i93oR. Girls' Own Paper [as Food, and Facts about Fishing], v. 7,
25577. Harvey's Sea-Side Book, i868Z. Nature, v. 40, 27ooJ. Gentle-
man's Magazine [Fresh Water, and their Associations], v. 44, N.



Riverside Naturalist,

Fittings. Sec Wheeler's Choice of a Dwelling,
Fitzgerald (Edward), Letters and Literary Remains of, by Wright 990-10
See also Blackwood, v. 146, 2i6J. Fortnightly Review, v. 52, 21427.

Atlantic Monthly, v. 65, 15557. Temple Bar, v. 88, 14187.
Five Thousand Miles in a Sledge, a Midwinter Journey across Siberia,

by Cowing. 1889 i;;6R

Flannel Clothing. See Sylvia's Family Management, 1770.



FLA GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. FOO

Flaxman (J.), R.A., Lectures on Sculpture and an Address on the

Death of Flaxman, by Westmacott. 1838 9$oD

Fleas. See Knowledge [The common Flea], v. 13, 25937.

Fleet, The British. See Nineteenth Century [and the State of Europe], v. 25,

2235 J. Murray's Magazine [Fleets and Forts], v. 6-7, 14667 and 14677.
Fleet Marriages. See All the Year Round Magazine, v. 42, 18227. Gentleman's

Magazine, v. 41, N.S., 7617, &c.

Fletcher (G.), Character Studies in Macbeth. 1889 I933R

Fletcher (Price), Ed., Queensland, its Resources and Institutions,

Essays. 1887 4 77 H

Fletcher (W.), D.D. See Ante-Nicene Libiary.

Fletcher (.W. T., Librarian of Amkerst College), A.M., Joint Ed. See Poole's



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