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Basque provinces. 1848 1448R and 6377

[Cox's Colenso] , 62I-2F

Came (J.), Letters from the East, written during a Recent Tour
through Turkey, Egypt, Arabia, the Holy Land, Syria and
Greece, 2 vols. 1826 I455-6R

Carnival. Roman. See Brand's Antiquities, loosM. Cornhill, sosJ, &c.



CAR GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. CAR



Carnot (L. N. M., French Republican Statesman, b. 1753, d. 1823). See Alison's

Europe, 129-380, c.

Carol, Christmas; See Brand's Antiquities, loosM. Christmas, c.
Carolina. See. Campbell's White and Black, 494H. Olmsted's Slave States,

72gK, &c.
Caroline (Queen, Wife of George II'., b. 1768, </. 1821). Sec Brougham's Political

Speeches, 6osR. Browne's State Trials, 3050, &c.

Carp, The. Sec Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 68oQ. Seeley's Fishes, 8uF, &c.
Carpenter and Builder, illustrated. See Illustrated Carpenter and

Builder.
Carpenter (E. W.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Carpenter (J. E.), Popular Readings in Prose and Verse, 5 vols:

Vol. i. The Bells. The Breach of Promise. The Cousins. The Child
and the Dewdrops. Dermot's Parting. The Duke and the Pig.
The First Grey Hair. On the Liberty of the Press. Little Jim.
Lodgings for Single Gentlemen. The Maiden's Dream. Mark
Anthony's Oration. Nocturnal Sketch. Nothing to Wear.
Old Maid's Prayer to Diana. Othello's Apology for his
Marriage. The Party of Pleasure. Poor Tom, a City Weed.
Rory O'More's Present to the Priest. Ships at Sea. Shylock
demanding his Bond. The Slaves. The Tall Gentleman's
Apology. Too Late. The Veteran Tar. The Wedding. The
Whiskers. Why don't the Men Propose? Why the Men don't
Propose. The Wife's Appeal. The Worn Wedding-ring. The
Yankee Showman, &c xooT

Vol. 2. The Armada. The Advantages of Reading Anonymous Letters.
The Bachelor's Dream. The Character of Prince Albert. The
Collegian and Porter. Condemned to Death. The Cry of the
Children. The Dirty Old Man. Duchess de la Valliere, Scene
from. Hotspur's Account of the Fop. Hymn to the Sea. Hus-
band versus Wife. Jack Frost. The Jackdaw. Lament of Mary,
Queen of Scots. Lochinvar. Lord Ullin's Daughter. The
Milkmaid and Banker. Mr. Caudle is made a Mason. My New
Pittayatees. Nelly Gray. Nell. The old Scottish Domestic
Servant. The Pauper Actress. The Pied Piper of Hamelin.
The Raven. The Rival Broom Makers. Sleep, Baby, Sleep.
The Song of the Shirt. Somebody's Darling. Three Fishers
went Sailing. Toby Tosspot. Toujours les Femmes. A Total
Eclipse. The Town Pump. The Wedding. What is Noble.
The Woman of Three Cows. A Yarn, &c loiT

Yul. 3. About Husbands. Annabel Lee. Back from the Holidays.
The Bashful Wooer. The Battle Flag of Sigurd. A Character
of Queen Elizabeth. Character of the Duke of Wellington.
My Child. The Confederate Spy. The Death of Nelson. On
the Death of the Duke of Wellington. The Dead. The Dead
Letter. A Drop of Dew. The Dying Gladiator. The Factory
Girl's Holiday. The Family Meeting. The Falls of Niagara.
The Farmer's Wife and the Gascon. The Frenchman in a Fix.
The Inchcape Rock. Scene from the Iron Chest. King John
and the Abbot of Canterbury. Lenore. Little Red Ridinghood.
Lucy. A Marriage in High Life. Mary, Queen of Scots. Mary
the Maid of the Inn. Modern Logic. Mrs. Brown and Mrs.
Green. My Child. My Old Hat. The Ocean. Ode to a Sky-
lark. The Pilgrim and the Peas. The Poet and the Rose. The
Punch Bowl. The Quaker and the Robber. Quarrel of Brutus
and Cassius. Scene from Rienzi. Rip Van Winkle. The Sailor's
Lassie. Sir Rupert the Red. The Spectre Pig. To a Mosquito.
The two Parrots. Vat you Please. We are Brethren a'. The
Wig. The Wreck of the Hesperus. Yorick's Death. The
Young Husband's Complaint IO2T

Vol. 4. Absence. Aw' Nivir can Call hur my Wife. The Bashful Man.
The Breach of Trust. The Careless Couple. The Changeling
Childhood. Cceur De Lion at the Bier of his Father. Come
Whoam to my Childer an' Me. Colin and Lucy. The Convict
Ship. The Dead Lighthouse Keeper. The Dressmaker's Thrush.
Dr. Dobbs and his Nag Nobbs. The Eagle and Child. Fanny
Squeers' Courtship, Falstaffon his Recruits. French and English.



CAR ENGLISH SECTION. CAR

Carpenter (J. E.) Popular Readings, &c. (continued.}

Give Me thy Heart. Greece. The Gridiron. Joan of Arc's
Farewell. Scene from John Bull. Last Buccaneer. Law or
Bullum versus Boatum. The Lock of Flaxen Hair. The Maid
ofSaragossa. Maid with the Milking Pail. The Miser and his
Gold. Moses at the Fair. Number One. Norval and Glenalvon.
The Praciical Joker. The Proud Miss MacBride. Richard and
Betty. The Rope Walk. Sebastopo!. Skipper Ben. The
Soldier's Pardon. Ode to a Steam Boat. Tact versus Talent.
The Tinker and Miller's Daughter. The Washing Day. Water-
loo. Wit at a Pinch. The Wife's Dream ...................... io 3 T

Vol. 5. Alone in the World. Alonzo the Brave. The Battle of Preston-
pans. Bill Jones, a Sailor's Story. Bob Sawyer's Evening Party.
Broken Love. Corporal Crump's Narrative. Does Fortune
favour Fools. Enoch Arden's Vow, The Fairy Millers. The
Ferry. The Horse and the Wolf. A Last Farewell. The Legend
of the Forget-me-not. Little Lizzie. The Martyr's Bride.
Modern Gallantry. Mynheer Yon Wodenblock. Ode to a Pig.
The Old Grenadier's Story. The Pauper's Drive. Paudeen
O'Rafferty's Say- Voyage. The Ploughman and the Poser.
Prince Arthur and Hubert. The Rescue. The Shadow on the
Wall. The Slave Trade. The Smuggler's Leap. The Stout
Gentleman. Tarn O'Shanter. The Temptations of St. Anthony.
The Three Black Crows. The Town and Country Mice. The
Two Pictures. Visit to the Prince of Wales. Wake not the
Dead. The Wise Men of Gotham ............................. loaTa

Carpenter (J. E.), Sunday Readings in Prose and Verse .............. I56QZ

Carpenter (Mary, Philanthropist, />. 1807, d. 1877), Reformatory

Schools. 1851 ............... -. ....... . ................................... 305R

Life and Work of, by J. E. Carpenter. 1879 ........................ 5620

- See also Adam's Celebrated Englishwomen, 12820, &c.
Carpenter (William, Self -taught scholar , b. 1797, d. 1874), Scripture

Natural History ; an account of the Quadrupeds, Birds,

Fishes, &c. mentioned in the Bible, illustrated. 1833 ......... 256M

Carpenter (W. Benjamin, Naturalist, l>. 1813, d. 1885), F.R.S.,

Animal Physiology. 1844 ............................................ 725E

Carpenter (W. B.), F.R.S., Mechanical Philosophy, Horology and

Astronomy. 1854 ...................................................... 46iR

- The Microscope and Its Revelations ....................................

Carpenter (W. Boyd, Bishop of Ripon^b. 1841), D.D., Commentary

on the Revelation [Ellicott's School Com.] ........................ 255Q

Carpenter (W. Boyd), M.A., Prophets of Christendom, Sketches of

Eminent Preachers. 1884 ............................................. 935O

Carpenter (W. L.), B.A., Energy in Nature, illustrated. 1883 ..... 528!*

Carpentery and Joinery for Amateurs ..................................... 885!)

- [Our Workshop], illustrated. 1866 ............................ T499Z

- - See also Cassell's Pastimes, I262H. Eccentric Turning, I22D, &c.

Carr (A.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Carr(C.), Memoirs of Hamilton. 1886 ..................................... 13650

Carr (G.), Sermons, 2 vols. 1784 ............................................. 224-5!^

Carpets. &C. See Art at Home Series, g6^M. Ure's Dictionary, 6D, &c.



Carr (Lieut. H. M., of Guernsey). See Sarnia [p. in], 14160.

Carrell (Miss A. E.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Carriages. See Stonehenge's Rural Sports, *8iT All the Year Round, 177=,] &.c.

Carroll (A. L.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Carroll (C), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.

Carroll (L.). Sec Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Carrow (G. D.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.

Cars (Duke Des), Memoirs of the Duchesse De Tourzel, Governess
to the Children of France, 1789-93 and 1795 [French Revo-
lution], 2 vols. 1886 .................... . .............................. 626 7 F

["Si



CAR GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. CAS

Carstairs (\V., Scotch Minister^ b. 1649, d. 1715) [Barton's

Scotland] 336-;H

Cartagena (A. De, Archbishop of Burgos, d. 1456) [Longfellow's

Poets and Poetry of Europe] 473

Carter (B. D.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.

Carter (T.), Memoirs of a Working Man. 1845 2542

Carter (Lieutenant-Colonel W. F., of Guernsey). See Sarnia [p. 93], 14160.

Carteret (Sir G., Governor of Jersey, d. 1680.). See Pepys' Diary, 9020. Tup-
per's Castle Cornet, 15000. Jersey, Channel Islands, &c.

CARTHAGE and Her Remains, by Davies, illustrated. 1861 8y6F

and Rome, the Punic Wars, by Smith. 1887 iSigZ

[Bucke's Ancient Cities] 1664%

or the Empire of Africa, by Church. 1 886 4270

and Babylon. See Josephus, 66-^H. Milman's Early Christianity, I55-6Q.

Mitford's Greece, 102-8 H. Isiebuhr's History of Rome, Sj-SH. Timb's
Works, 8 53 Z, &c.

Cartwright (E., Inventor, b. 1743, d. 1823), D.D., Memoir of,
Inventions, &c. 1843

Cartwright (J. J.), M.A., Ed., Memoirs of Sir John Reresby, M.P.

for York, 1634-1689. 1875 47F

Ed., The Wentworth Papers, 1705-1739. Selected from the Pri-
vate Correspondence of Thomas Wentworth, Lord Raby,
Created 1711 Earl of Stratford. 1883 554F

Cartwright (P., American Methodist, b. 1785, d. 1872), The Back-
woods Preacher, Autobiography of 5630

Cams (W.), M.A., Ed., Memorials of Bishop Mcllvaine of Ohio... 36oF

Carvalho (S.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Carving. See Household, The, io96F. Jeaffreson's Book of the Table, 932-3F.
Rees' Home Decoration, 94sM, &c.

Gary (A., E., H. F. and P.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.

Gary (H.), M.A., Trans., Herodotus: a New and Literal Version

from the Text of Bachr [Bohn Library]. 1852 Ii6oli

Herodotus, translated by Gary. 1889 798M

Testimonies of the Fathers of the First Four Centuries to the

Doctrine of the Church cf England, as set forth in the
Thirty nine Articles 5o6A

Gary (H.), The Works of Plato : a New and Literal Version [Bohn

Library], 6 vols. 1877-81 1167-7211

Gary (Robert, Earl of Monmouth, b. 1560, d. 1639), Memoirs of,
by himself, and " Fragmenta Regalia"; being a History of
Queen Elizabeth's Favorites, by Sir Robert Naunton. 1808. I75F

Casa (G. D., Italian Poet, b. 1503, d. 1556). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of
Europe, 4730, &c.

Casablanca (Son of Louis Casablanca, Captain of the "Orient," blown up at the
Battle of the Nile, 1798). See Hemans' Poems, 703]^ and 3i8Q, &c.

Casaregi(G. B., />. 1676, </. 1755) [Longfellow's Poets and Poetry

of Europe] 473^

Cash (J.), Where There's a Will There's a Way ! or, Science in the
Cottage : an Account of the Labours of Naturalists in Humble
Life. 1873 676T

Cashmere. See Eraser's Magazine, 698 J. Penny Magazine, 1396. India, &c.
Casket Lighthouses. See Jacob's Annals of Guernsey, 361-26. Channel Is-
lands, &c.

Casket of Irish Pearls, by Mac Mahon I767Z

Casks. See Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 6D.

Caspian Sea [Hommaire De Hell's Travels] 462K

Cassell (John), Art Treasures Exhibition, illustrated. 1858 669B

Cassell (J i} Publisher, b. 1817, d. 1865), [Cunven's Booksellers] 5200



CAS ENGLISH SECTION. CAS

Cassell's Book of Indoor Amusements, Card Games, and Fireside

Fun, illustrated ......................................................... I259H

- - Sports and Pastimes, illustrated .................................. I2O2H

- Facts and Hints for Everyday Life : a book for the Household... 942R

History of the War between France and Germany, 1870-1,

illustrated, 2 vols ......................................................... 456-76

Illustrated India, 2 vols .................................................... 228-90

- Magazine, New Series, Vol I. to IX., 1870-1874 ................. 234I-49J

- Family Magazine (a continuation of the above), from Vol I. 1875 2350}

The Serial Tales and some of the principal contents of these Magazines
will be found under their proper headings in Fiction, or in the general
body of the Catalogue with the Catalogue number specified.

- Penny Readings, edited by Hood ....................................... 2390

Cassell's Popular Educator, 6 vols ........................................... 164-9!)

Acoustics. Algebra. Animal Physiology. Architecture. Arithmetic.
Astronomy. Book-keeping. Botany. Chemistry. Civil Service Papers.
Commerce. Comparative Anatomy. Drawing. Electricity. English.
Essays on Life and Duty. Ethnology. Euclid. French. Geography.
Geology. Geometrical. Perspective. Geometry. German. Greek.
Heat. Historic Sketches. Human Physiology. Hydrostatics. Italian.
Land Surveying. Latin. Logarithms. Logic. Mechanics. Mensura-



tion. Meteorology. Mineralogy. Moral Science. Music. Navigation.
Our Holiday. Painting in Water Colours. Penmanship. Pneumatics.
Political Economy. Reading and Elocution. Recreative Natural



History. Recreative Science. Shorthand. Sketching from Nature.
Spanish. Steam Engine. Trigonometry. Universities. Voltaic
Electricity. Whitworth Scholarships.
- - 6 vols. in 3. 1856 ............................................... 99-ioiD

- Popular History of Ireland, 3 vols in i. 1851 .................... ,._

Cassell's Popular Library :

Boswell and Johnson, their Companions and Contemporaries,
by Waller. 1881 .............................................

Domestic Folk-Lore, by Dyer. 1881 ................................. 956Z

England of Shakespeare, by Goadby. 1881 ........................ 957^

English Jacobins, Account of Persons implicated in the Charges

of High Treason [1794], by Smith ........................ 2I5Z

English Journalism and the Men who have Made it, by Pebody. I235Z
History of the Free-Trade Movement in England, by Mongredien. 952Z
Huguenots, their History from the beginning of the Reformation

to Death of Louis XIV., by Masson ........................ 954Z

John Wesley, by Green .................................................. 276Z

Our Colonial Empire, by Acton. 1881 ............................. 955Z

Religious Revolution in the Sixteenth Century, by Swaine. 1882 959^
Rev. Rowland Hill, Preacher and Wit, by Broome. 1881 ...... 232Z

Russian Empire, its Origin and Development, by Boulton. 1883. 958Z
Scottish Covenanters, by Taylor ....................................... 953Z

Young Man in the Battle of Life, by Landels ........................ 96oZ

Castanos (Spanish General, b. 1756, d. 1852) [Alison's Europe].., 130-40

Caste. See Inman's Faiths, g6Ka, &c.

Castelar (Emilio), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Castillejo (C. De, Spanish Poet, d. 1596). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of

Europe, 4730, &c.

Castlemaine (Lady). See Cleveland (Duchess of).

Castlereagh (Lord, Marquis of Londonderry, b. 1769, d. by Suicide, 1822). See
Alison's Europe, 125-380 and 139-440. Harris's Radicals, no6F.
Thornton's Foreign Secretary, 2o8H, &c.

Castle Cornet, Guernsey, Chronicles of, by Tupper. 1851 ............ 15000

Castles. See Branston's Winchester, 3010. Freeman's Norman Conquest, 202-sH.
Stubbs' History, 210-120. Antiquities. Harper's Index, i24oja, &c.



CAS GUILLE-ALLKS LIBRARY. CAT

Castor Oil. See Simmond's Products of the Vegetable Kingdom, 7/iF, &c.
Castro y Anaya (Pedro De, Seventeenth Century). See Longfellow's Poets and

Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.
Cat, Anecdotes of the [Chambers' Miscellany] 625!^

The. See also Lindsay's Mind in the Lower Animals, 7ii-2F. Jardine's

Naturalists' Library I Wild Cat], 659(3. Brand's Antiquities, 1006-7 M.
Brown's Science for All, 6286. Jesse's Gleanings, 5790,. Kitto's Pales-
tine, 6ioB. Animals, &c.
Catacombs, Church in the, by Maitland, illustrated. 1846 .'. 62QA

of Rome, by Withrow. 1877 '. I4I9R

Testimony of the, concerning Questions of Doctrine now disputed

in the Church, by Marriott, illustrated. 1870 II2K

See also Madden's Shrines, 343K. Tegg's Funeral Rites, i48iZ. T witling's

Symbols, 507M, c.

Catalan! (Madame A., Italian Singer, b. 1782, d. 1849). See Ashton's Nineteenth
Century, 862H. Lennox's Celebrities, ioi7H, &c.

Catalogue of the Guille-Alles Lending Library, compiled by A.

Cotgreave, assisted in the French Section by H. Boland. 1889 igoiR

Catalogues of Books. See Beckmann's Inventions, 6g8Q. Bibliography, Lib-
raries, &c.

N.B. A large number of Catalogues will be found in the Reference Library.

Catalonia. See Alison's Europe, 130-360, &c.

Cataracts. See Holley's Niagara, &c., 713 K.

Catechism Written in Latin, by Nowell. 1853 238A

Caterpillars, Butterflies, and Moths. See Silver Wings and Golden Scales,
743F. Butterflies, Insects, Entomology, &c.

Catesby (Robert, Planned Gunpowder Plot, b. 1573, killed, 1605),

[Dixon's Her Majesty's Tower J 322H

Catgut. See Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 6D.

Cathcart (Col. Hon. G., b. 1794, d. 1854), Commentaries on the

War in Germany and Russia, 1812-1815. 1850 448H

Cathedral, Chichester, Memorials of, by Stephens. 1876 i87F

Churches of England and Wales [Winkles], illustrated 1250

Cities of England, Stories by Marshall. 1879 3006 and I356R

Canterbury. York. London. Westminster. Winchester. Durham.
Carlisle. Chester.

Cathedrals, English [All the Year Round] I794.T

and Churches [Bramston's Winchester] 3016

See also Becher's Mexico, 738K. Diocesan Histories, 1601-3 and I836-43Z.

T wining' s Symbols, soyM. Architecture, Archaeology, &c.
Catherine de Medici (Queen of France, b. 1519, d. 1589) [Fronde's

England] 1 92-2026

[Motley's Netherlands] 35oO

[Duncan's Religious Wars] 458T

Catherine of Arragon (First Queen of Henry VI If., b. 1485, d.

1536) [History of Two Queens, by Dixon, vols. I, 2] 38-9F

See also Fronde's England, 192-60 English History, &c.

Catherine of Braganza (Queen of Charles //., {>. 1638, d: 1703),

[Molloy's London under Charles II.] 2590

See also Strickland's Queens of England, SoaO. English History, &c.

Catherine (Empress of Russia), See Alison's Europe 119-240. Clayton's Female
Warriors, 6446, &c.

CATHOLIC Christian Instructor, by Challoner i6Z

Church, the Communion of Saints, by Gregory [Fernley Lecture

of 1873]. 1885 824D

[Gibbon's Roman Empire] 76-84H

Doctrine Refuted [The Protestant Armoury] 444M

Faith &c. [Fronde's England] 195-2020

Indulgences [Gibbon's Roman Empire] 84! J



CAT ENGLISH SECTION. CAV



Catholic Missions [Hunter's Indian Empire]

Question in Ireland [Lecky's Eighteenth Century] 170!!

Catholics. Sec also Alison's Europe, 119-380 and 141-40. Froucle's Ireland,

204-60. Gardiner's History of England, 460-90. Green's English
People, igo-92H. Griesinger's Jesuits, 529 H. Harris' Radicals, no6F.
Knight's England, isi-sH. Lecky's Morals, 384-5^!. Martineau's
Thirty Years' Peace, 4496. Nicolini's Jesuits, 3670. Walpole's Ire-
land, 2ooH. Rputleclge's Popular Progress, 1034^. Stoughton's Re-
ligion. Romanists, Religions, Popes, Reformation, c.

Catililie {Roman Conspirator, b. 108, d. 62 B.C.) Sec Niebuhr's History of
Rome, 88 H, &c.

A Tragedy, and other Poems, by Croly. 1822 4-54D

Catley (H.), Works of. Sea Harper's Index, i64oja.

Catlin (G., American- Artist, b. 1795, d. 1872), North American

Indians, 2 vols, illustrated. 1841 689-90!^

Catlow (A.), Drops of Water; their Marvellous and Beautiful In-
habitants Displayed by the Microscope, coloured plates. 1851 57cQ

Popular Field Botany. A Familiar and Technical Description

of the Plants most common to the British Isles, coloured illus.
Catlow (Agnes and Maria), Sketching Rambles, or Nature in the

Alps and Appenines, 2 vols. 1861 1443-4R

CatO (Marcus Porcius, The Censor, b. 234, d. 149 B.C.) and Lrelius,

or Essays on Old Age and Friendship, by Cicero, 2 vols 905-6R

or an Essay on Old Age, by Cicero 890 H

See also Plutarch's Lives, 44?F and 11320. Niebuhr's History of Rome,

8 7 -8H.

CatO (Marcus Porcius, the Younger, Roman Stoic, b, 95, d. 46, B.C.). See Plu-
tarch's Lives, 449F.

Cattermole (R., Miscellaneous Writer, l>. 1795, d. 1858), B.D.,
Literature of the Church of England, or Selections from the

Writings of Eminent Divines, 2 vols. 1844 548-9 A

Cattle, Their Breeds, Diseases, &c. 1838 858!)

and Corn [Smith's Wealth of Nations] IO26-7F

Ranches [Grohman's Camps in The Rockies] 1 597 R

See also Brown's Science for All, 6286. Lansdell's Russian Central Asia,

82S-9K. Shepherd's Prairie Experiences, 7i6K. Farming, &c.

Cattley (S. R.), Ed. Acts and Monuments of John Foxe, 8 vols I33-4OA

Catton (J. M.), The " A B C " Guide to the English Civil Service at

Home and Abroad. 1887 2941%.

Cats (J.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 473D.

Catullus, Tibullius and Propertius, by Davies [Collins 5 Ancient

Classics] ii6iQ

Catullus (Valerius, Roman ]?o>t, b. 87, d. 47 B.C.) [Peter's Poetry of

Greece and Rome] 474L)

Caucasia. See Stanford's Compendium, 852!^.

Caucasus, Persia and Turkey in Asia, Journey in, by Thielman,

translated by Heneade, 2 vols. 1875 1462-3!?.

Caulaincourt (A. A. Louis of, French Diplomatist, b. 1772, d.

1827) [Alison's Europe] 1 26-380

Caulfield (}., Author and Printseller, b. 1764, d. 1826), and Wilson

(H.), Book of Wonderful Characters 10490

Gaunter (II., Miscellaneous Writer, b. 1794, d. 1851), B.D., The

Picture Bible, with illustrations by Westall and Martin 295A

Causation, Principles of [Mozley's Essays] , 10241!

Cavada (Gen. F. F.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.
Cavaignac (L. E., French General, b. 1802, d. 1857). See Alison's Europe,
119-380 and 143-60. Armaments, Soldiers, &c.

Cavaliere (E. del) [Nauman's Music] 9280

[II9J



CAV GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. CER

Cavendish (Henry Jones), Laws and Principles of Whist 1530 and i53iZ

Cavendish (H., Physicist, b. 1731, d. 1810) [Brougham's Philo-
sophers]

Cavendish, Dampier, and Drake [Fam. Lib.]. 1832

Pulpit. See Parker's Discourses, sg8M, &c.

Caves of the Earth [R.T.S.] 8i6Z

Burial [Pennington's Barrows] 86oF

[Macklen's Shrines] 342-3K

See also Davvkin's Early Man in Britain, 8sgF. Geikie's Prehistoric Europe,

86sF. Hutching's Scenes of Wonder, 72iK. Mantell's Geology,
724-sQ, &c.
Cavour (C. B., Comte di, Italian Statesman, b. 1810, d. 1861), Life

of, by Mazade. 1877 , I76F

See also Hayward's Statesmen, 248F, &c.

Cawnpore, Massacre of, by Trevelyan. 1886 2750

Story of, by Thomson. 1859 2760

See also Cassell's India, 2290. Holme's Indian Mutiny, 470!-!, &c.

Cawthorne (J- b. 1719, thrown from his Horse and Killed, 1761). See John-
son's Select Poets, 41 iD, &c.

Caxton (W., First English Printer, b. about 1421, d. about 1491),

The Art of Printing [R.T.S.] !5o6Z

The First English Printer, by Knight. 1844 201 and I733Z

See also Cunningham's Eminent Englishmen, 21 F, &c.

Caxtonia, a Series of Essays on Life, Literature, &c., by Lytton IOI5R

Caxtoniana, Essays, by Lytton [Blackwood's Magazine] i6ij

Cecil (R., English Divine, b. 1748, d. 1810), M.A., Complete

Sermons. 1853 5?oM

Memoirs of the Rev. John Newton. 1839 267Z

Cecil (Cornelius Tongue), Records of the Chase. 1877 9I7M

Cecil (William, Lord Burleigh). See Burleigh (William Cecil, Lord).

Cedar. See Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 6D.

Celebrated Englishwomen of the Victorian Era, by Adams. 1884... 12826

Friendships, by Mrs. Thomson, 2 vols. 1861 564-50

Celebrities I have known, by Lennox, 4 vols. 1876-7 IOI4-7H

Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes, by Webb. 1881 64oQ

Scenery, The Planets, &c., by Dick. 1838 42oR

Celibacy. See Lecky's Morals, 384-5!^, Milman's Early Christianity, IS4-6Q, &c.
Cellars. See Teale's Dangers to Health, g2oK, &c.

C3llini (Benvenuto, Italian Sculptor, Engraver and Goldsmith, b.
1500, d. 1570), The Florentine Artist, Memoirs of, by him-
self, translated by Roscoe, 2 vols. 1823 I77-8F

Celts. See Mallet's Northern Antiquities, ioo8M, &c.

Cements, Limes, &c., by Burnell. 1872 345T

See Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, 6D.

Cemeteries of the Future [Robinson's God's Acre] 11461!

See also Madden's Shrines, 342-sK. Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.. Burial

Grounds, &c.

Census, The. See McCulloch's British Empire, 7iiH. Population, &c.
Centenarians, Famous, People who have lived to be 100 years old.

Compiled by Ware 12950

Centlivre (Mrs., Irish Dramatist, b. 1667, d. 1723). See Inchbald's British

Theatre. New English Theatre, &c.
Century Magazine [a continuation of Scribner's Monthly], from

Vol. i. 1881 1873;

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