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the Oldest known Fossil Remains and their Relations to
Geological Time and to the Development of the Animal
Kingdom, illustrated. 1875 l6oR

Modem Science in Bible Lands. 1888 I2I2M

Story of the Earth and Man, illustrated. iSSo I59R

The Chain of Life in Geological Time, a Sketch of the Origin

and Succession of Animals and Plants [R.T.S.], illustrated... 409!^.
The Geological History of Plants [International Scientific Series],

illustrated. 1888 549R

Dax. See Health Haunts, 8ioQ, c.

Day, The Life and Length of Days. See Timbs' Works, 8542, &c.

Days of the Year, Holidays, Fasts, &c. See Timbs' Works, 8ssZ.

Day (A.), LL.D., Summary and Analysis of the Dialogues of Plato

[Bohn's Library]. 1870 H73H

Day (S. P. ), Life and Society in America, 2 vols. 1880 6g8-^K

Day (W. J.), Life and Letters of Edward Gibbon, with the History of

the Crusades 1 3390

Day after To-morrow, or Fata Morgana [on Government, &c.], edited

by W. De Tyne. 1858 924R

De. French names with this prefix are generally catalogued under the name.

D'Azara (Don F.). See Azara (Don F. D.).

Dead, The. See Inman's Faiths, g6K. Anspach's Sepulchres of our Departed,

1222 M. Death, c.
Dead Cities of the Zuyder Zee, from the French of Havard, by A.

Wood, illustrated. 1875

Dead Sea, United States' Expedition to the, by Lynch, ill. ...6i5B and

Sea, The. See Kitto's Palestine, 6ioK

Deaf and Dumb Alphabet. See Kitto's Lost Senses, i47iZ, &c.

Dumb and Blind, Anecdotes of the, See Chambers' Miscellany, 62sR.
Deafness. See Kitto's Lost Senses, i^iZ. Living Age, 3031, 3038 and 3043.7, &c.
Dealtry (W., Archdeacon of Surrey, b. 1775, </. 1847), B.D., Sermons

at the Parish Church of Clapham. 1827 23iK

Deane (C. P.). A Short History of Ireland. 1886 15160

Deane (Mary). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Deane (W. J.), M.A. See Exell's Monthly Interpreter, 6ig-22A, &c.

Dear Neighbours, The [England and France], by Max O'Rell I254R

DEATH, Reflections on, by Dodd. 1830 2iZ

Sickness and Loss of Friends, Thoughts on. 1820 48gM

Life and Health. See Timbs' Works, Bs^Z.

See also Inman's Faiths, g6K. Lecky's Morals, 384-5^!. Owen's Another

World, 43iM. Pressense's Ancient World and Christianity, IIQ4M. Twi-
ning's Symbols, 507 M, &c.

Deaths. See Malthus' Population, IO93-4F, &c.

or Last Hours of Christians, by Clissold [S.P.C.K.]. 1847 974Q

Debates on the Grand Remonstrance, November and December,

1641, by Forster. 1860 28iO

De Beauvpir (O. and W., q/ Guernsey). See Sarnia [pp. 13 and 19], 14160
De Bouvoir (of Guernsey). See Jacob's Guernsey [part 2, pp. 171-173], 3626.

De Bow (J. D. B.), Statistical View of the United States. 1854 1300

Debt. See Walker's Science of Wealth, 1025 F. Smith's Wealth of Nations, io 2 8F.

Chambers, 19377. Fraser, 6277. Nineteenth Century, 22237, & c -

De Butts (Lieut.), Rambles in Ceylon. 1841 !5iiR

Decamps (A. G., French Landscape and Animal Painter, b. 1803, d. 1860). See

Hamerton's Graphic Arts, 1076 M, &c.
Decazes (E., Due de, French Statesman, b. 1780, d. 1860). See Alison's Europe,

139-410, &c.

Deccail, The. See Temple's India, 464^ Hunter's Indian Empire, 485^ &c.
December. See Hewitt's Seasons, 5720.. Leisure Hour, 26357, &c.
Deception , Imposture and Credulity [Family Library]. 1 837 1 8242



DEC ENGLISH SECTION. DEL

Decimal System in Numbers, Coins and Accounts, by Bowring. 1854 H23M

Decimals. See Mathematics, &c.

Decision, The, or Religion must be All ................................... l8oT

Decker (J. De, Dutch Poet, b. 1610, d. 1666). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry

of Europe, 4730, &c.

Decomposition. See lire's Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, 7D.
Decoration of Ceilings, Walls and Floors, by James, ill. 1883 ...... 366T

_ See also Ruskin's Two Paths, 8soR. Art at Home Series. Marshall's Cere-

monials (1880), 93gF. Fraser, 641 J. Harper, 1629.7, &c.
Decorative Art. See Harper's Index, i64oja. Art, Design, &c.
Decorative Design, Principles of, by Dresser .............................. 9 2 3D

Painting, by Saward ......................................................... io66M

Decorum, Bazar Book of [Care of the Person, Ceremonials, &c.] - - - !43 J Z

De Cosson (E. A.), F.R.G.S., The Cradle of the Blue Nile, a visit

to the Court of King John of Ethiopia, 2 vols., ill. 1877 ... 1565-6!^
De Costa (B. F.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.
De Custine (Marquis). See Custine (Marquis de).
Deeds of Naval Daring, by Giffard. 1854 ................................. n6iZ

Deer, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 660 and 664Q. Stonehenge's

Rural Sports, 68iT. Blackwood, 208]. Hunting, &c.
Deffand (Madame Du, French Wit, b. 1697, d. 1780). See Hayward's Eminent

Writers, 2 49 F, &c.
De Foe (Daniel, author of Robinson Crusoe, l>. 1663, d. 1731), His-

tory of the Plague of London, 1665. Edited by Stebbing ...
- Journal of the Plague Year in London, 1665 [Fam. Lib.]. 1835
- Novels and Miscellaneous Works ; with Prefaces and Notes, in-

cluding those attributed to Sir Walter Scott, 7 vols [Bohn's

Library]. V.D. :



Vol. i. Captain Singleton, Colonel Jack .............................

Vol. 2. Memoirs of a Cavalier. Captain Carleton. Dickory Cronke.

Everybody's Business is Nobody's Business ....................

Vol. 3. Moll Flanders. History of the Devil ..........................

Vol. 4. Roxana : Fortunate Mistress. Life and Adventures of Mrs.

Christian Davies. Mother Ross .............................. 642R

Vol.5. Plague of London. Great Fire of London. The Storm : Remark-

able Disasters in the Tempest of 1703. Poetical Essay on the

Storm. True-born Englishman : a Satire .................... 643R

Vol. 6. Life and Adventures of Duncan Campbell. New Voyage Round

the World. Tracts relating to the Hanoverian Succession ...... 644R

Vol. 7'. Adventures of Robinson Crusoe ; with Biographical Sketch of the

Author ...................................................... 645R

- and Churchill (C.), by Forster. 1855 .............................. I275R

- by Minto [English Men of Letters] ....................................... 10640

- See also Burton's Queen Anne, 236-8H. Burton's Scotland, 336-7^ Cun-

ningham's Eminent Englishmen, 24F. Knight's England, i5iH.

Russell's Eccentric Personages, 13070. Stephen's Hours in a Library,

II02R. Stoughton's Religion in England, g6M. Fiction Class List

following the General Catalogue, &c.

De Forest (J. W.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.
Deformity and Fashion, by Flower. 1882 ................................. Q2QF

De Havilland (Major J., Sir P. and Captain T., of Guernsey). See Sarnia,

14160.

Deism. See Campbell's Church of the Future, 22iM. Religions, &c.
Deistical Writers in England, by Leland, 2 vols. 1807 ............... 4Q6-7A

Deities. Sec Gods, Idols, Heathen, &c.

Deity, The. See Dallinger's Creator, 8 23 D, &c.

De Jersey (of Guernsey). See Jacob s Guernsey [part 2, pp. 171-182], 362B.

De Kay (C.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

De La Condamine (H. M., of Guernsey). See Jacob's Guernsey [part 2, p.

195], 362B.

De La Court (J., of Guernsey), R.C. See Sarnia [p. 5], i 4 i6O.
De Lancey(Col. O. and Capt. O. G., of Guernsey). See Sarnia [p. 47], 14160.
Delacroix (E.) [Hamerton's Graphic Arts] .............. ... ............ , io;6M



DEL GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. DEM

Delamer (E. S.), The Flower Garden. 1858

Deland (M.). Sff Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Delavigne (J. F. C.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 473!).
Delhi, Six Years in India, by Mrs. Mackenzie. 1857

Sec also Cassell's India, 2290. Holme's Indian Mutiny, 470!!. Prinsep's

Imperial India, 8i6K. Temple's India, 464^!, also under India.

DelltZSOh (F., German Theologian, b. 1813), D.D., Jewish Artisan
Life in the Time of Our Lord, to which is Appended a Cri-
tical Comparison between Jesus and Hillel, translated by
Monkhouse. 1 877 .- 4I4M

Dellaway (J.) Architecture in England, Norman era to Elizabeth... 215!)

De Leon (E.i Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Delile (H. A.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

De Lisle (Lieut. P. T., and Surgeon K.T. V., of Guernsey), R.N. See Sarnia [p.
20], i 4 i6O.

Da Lisle (T., J. and P., of Guernsey). See Jacob's Guernsey [part 2, p. in], 3626.

Del Mar (A.), C.E., History of Money in Ancient Countries, from
the Earliest Times to the Present. 1885

History of Precious Metals, from the Earliest Times to the

Present. 1880

De Loline (L., Writer, />. 1740, d. 1807), Constitution of England,
The English Government compared with the Republican
Form, and the other Monarchies in Europe, edited by W.
H. Hughes. 1834 ioo8F

Delphian Oracle. See Mitford's Greece, ioi-6H, c.

Delphin Classics. See Valpy (A. J.)

Deluge, Doctrine of the, by Harcourt, 2 vols. 1838 447-8 A

See also Smith's Assyria, ; 888F. Living Age, 3041.7, &c.
Deluge Legends. See Donnelly's World, ioi7M, &c.

Delusions, Epidemic [Este's Recreations in Science] 496R

Popular, by Mackay, 2 vols. 1850 903^!

Demetrius I. (King of Macedon, b. 338, d. 283 B.C.)- See Plutarch's Lives,

45oF and nssQ, &c.
Demetrius. For Celebrities of tJiis Name, see also Grecian and Ancient

De Mille (J.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.
Demochares. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740.
DEMOCRACY in America, by De Tocqueville, translated by

Reeve, 2 vols loig-oF and 409-106

[Mill's Discussions] 647!!

the United States, by Gillet. 1868.. 4160

- The Coming, by Harwoocl. 1882 249R

Democracy. Sec also Alison's Europe, 119-370. Escott's England and Its
People, ioi7F. May's Democracy [in Europe], 38-gH. Maine's
Popular Government, nooF. Poole's Index, R.L., &c.

Demonology and Devil Lore, by Con way, 2 vols. 1879 9O9-oM

Witchcraft, by Scott. 1830 1479^

Elizabethan, by Spalding 91 3M

[Grant's Mysteries] 894F

Demons. See Ralston's Russian Folk Tales, g^F. Demonology, Devil, &c.

De Morgan [Mary). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Demosthenes (Athenian Orator and Statesman, b. 385, d., 322 B.C.),
Orations against Philip, King of Macedon, trans, by Leland

1021 and iigoH and no8Q
Orations of, trans, by Kennedy. 1887 799M

Private Orations of, after the text of Dindorf, with English notes

by Penrose. 1853 1194!!

by Brodribb [Ancient Classics for English Readers]. 1880 u62Q

See also Brougham's Dissertations and Addresses, 6o3R. Hood's Preachers,

54iM. Mitford's Greece, io6-8H. Plutarch's Lives, 44gF and
Rollin, 6 7 H. Blackwood, i 92 J. Ed. Review, 393;, &c.

[180]



DEM ENGLISH SECTION. DEQ

Dempsey (G. D.), C.E., Rudimentary Treatise on the Drainage of -

Towns and Buildings [Weale's Series]. 1849 .................. 59T

Dempster (C. L. H.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Denison (G. A.), Notes of My Life [1805-1878]. 1878 ............... 22oF

Denison (M. A.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Denman (Sir J.), Poetical Works and Life by Johnson [Bell's Poets

of Great Britain]. 1807 ............................................. 3IoZ

DENMARK, Industrial Arts before the Conquest of England, by

Worsaae [South Kens. Handbooks]. 1882 ..................... IO35M

- Revolutions in, by Andrews, 2 vols. 1 774 . ........ . ................. 453-4H

- See also Alison's Europe [Navy, &c.], 139-460. Gosse's Literature,
96oH. Koldewey's Arctic Expedition, 6056. Mallet's Northern An-



tiquities, ioo8M. Narjoux's Notes of an Architect, 484!^. Stanford's
Compendium, 854!^. Taylor's Northern Travel, SsjR. All the Year
Round, i/yij. Leisure Hour, 2623], Living Age, 3o8oJ, &c.



Dennis (G.), Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria, illustrated. 1848... 439-40!^
- The Cid, a Chronicle founded on the Early Poetry of Spain ..... 459Z

Dennis (J.), Ed., English Sonnets, a Selection. 1881 ................. 359Q

Dent (C.), The Testimony of the Stars to the Truths revealed in the

Bible [Abridged from Rolleston's Mazzaroth]. 1879 ......... 553R

Denudation [Lyell's Geology] ................................................ 726-7(3

D'Eon (Chevalier, Equerry to Louis XV,, b. 1728, d. 1810). See Russell's Eccen-
tric Personages, 13080. Smith's Ambassadors, 686O. Once a Week,
2265;, &c.

Depe (A.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Deportment. See Nichols' Social Life, i42oZ. Etiquette, &c.
De Quincey (Thomas, Essayist and Critic, />. 1785, d. 1859), Com-

plete Works, 1 6 vols. V.D. :
Vol. i. Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, &c ................. 646 and 662R

Vol. 2. Recollections of the Lake Poets : Coleridge, Wordsworth and

Southey .................................................... 64;R

Vol. 3. Spanish Military Nun. Last Days of Kant. System of the Heavens.

Joan of Arc. Roman Meals. Modern Superstition ............ 648R

Vol. 4. Murder as One of the Fine Arts. Revolt of the Tartars. Templars'

Dialogues on Political Economy. War. English Mail-Coach . .
Vol. 5. Shelley. Whiggism in its Relation to Literature. Goldsmith.

Wordsworth's Poetry. Keats. Homer and the Homeridse ....
Vol. 6. Judas Iscariot. Richard Bentley. Cicero. Secret Societies.

Milton ...................................................... 6siR

Vol. 7. Walking Stewart. Marquess Wellesley. Schlosser's Literary

History of the Eighteenth Century. Protestantism. Pagan

Oracles. Miracles. Casuistry. Greece under the Romans .... 65?R
Vol. 8. Pope. Greek Tragedy. Language. French and English Manners.

Lamb. Herodotus. Plato's Republic. Sortilege and Astrology.

Landor ...................................................... 6s3R

Vol. 9. The Caesars. Theban Sphinx. Essenes. Aelius Lamia ........ 654R

Vol. 10.- -Incognito. Rhetoric. Milton. Revolution of Greece. Style.

The Dice .................................................... 6s 5 R

Vol. ii. Ceylon. KingofHayti. Coleridge and Opium-Eating. Toilet

of the Hebrew Lady. Temperance Movement. Milton z>.

Southey and Landor. Fatal Marksman. Christianity as an

Organ of Political Movement. Godwin, Forster and Hazlitt.

Falsification of English History .............................. 6$6R

Vol. 12. Lord Carlisle on Pope. Works of Mackintosh. Anecdotage.

Herder. Universal History on a Cosmo-Political Plan. Charle-

magne. Goethe's Wilhelm Meister. Lessing .................. 657R

Vol. 13. Letters to a Young Man whose Education has been Neglected.

Orthographic Mutineers. Richter. Art of Conversation. Pre-

sence of Mind. Knocking at the Gate in Macbeth. Antigone

of Sophocles. Traditions of the Rabins. Modern Greece ...... 6s8R

Vol. 14.- -Autobiographical Sketches ................................... 650.R

[181]



DEQ GUILLE-ALLfcS LIBRARY. BES

De Quincey (Thomas), Complete Works (continued. )

Vol. 15. Biographies : Shakespeare, Pope, Goethe and Schiller. A Tory's
Account of Toryism, Whiggism, and' Radicalism. Political

Parties of Modern England 66oR

Vol. 16. Suspiria de Profoundis : Sequel to Confessions of an English Opium
Eater. Professor Wilson. Sir W. Hamilton. Literary Remi-
niscences. Translations from the German. Notes from the

Pocket-Book of a late Opium-Eater, &c 66iR

Autobiographic Sketches. 1853 4900

by Masson [English Men of Letters]. 1881 10650

His Life and Writings, with unpublished Correspondence, by

Page, 2 vols. 1877 607-80

[Stephen's Hours in a Library] ". iioaR

Sec also Harper's Index, 1640 Ja. Living Age, 3037, 3065, 3066, 3068, 3071,

3082, 3087, 3090, 3096, 3098, 3100 and 3io8J.
Derby- See Granvilles Spas, c., 352K. Rimmer's Old Country Towns, i34gR.

Leisure Hour, 2615.7. Penny Magazine, i42B, &c.
Derby and Derbyshire, Barrows and Bone Caves of, by Pennington. 86oF

See also Land we Live in, 4656. Black's Tourists' Guide [1865], 6o8Z, &c.

Derby (Charlotte de la Tre'moille', Countess of, Defended Latham against Fair-
fax, d. 1663). See Clayton's Female Warriors, 6430. Yonge's
Heroines, 9580, c.

Derby (Earl of). See Greville Memoirs. Raven's Parliamentary History of
England [1832-1880], 2330. Martin's Life of the Prince Consort, 93-sF.
Poole's Index to Periodical Literature, R.L., c.
Derby (E. H.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.

Derham (W., Astronomer, b. 1657, d. 1735), D.D., Physico-Theo-
logy, or a Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God,

from his Works of Creation, illustrated, 2 vols. 1798 40-4 iK

De Ros (Lieut. -Gen. Lord), Memorials of the Tower of London,

illustrated. 1866 6ioZ

Derwent (J. L.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Derzhavin (G. R., Russian Statesman, b. 1743, d. 1816). See Dana's House-
hold Book of Poetry, 476D, &c.
Desaix (L. C., French General, b. 1768, killed 1800). See Alison's Europe,

123-290, &c.

De Saumarez (Admiral Lord). See Saurriarez (James Saumarez, Lord de).
De Saumarez Family. See Jacob's Guernsey, 3626, and Sarnia, 14160.
DesbOTOUgh (Major-Gen., Commander tinder Cromwell, b. 1608,

d. 1680), Memoirs of , 2C4Z

Descartes (Rene, French Philosopher, b. 1596, d. 1650), by Mahaffy

[Phil. Classics for English Readers]. 1880 IO26Q

See also Buckle's Civilization, 186-70, &c.

Descent of Man, by Darwin, illustrated. 1874 25R

Desclianel (A. P.), Elementary Treatise on Natural Philosophy,

trans, by Everett, illustrated. 1878 753 & 825-70

Mechanics, Hydraulics and Pneumatics, 7530. Heat, 8250. Electricity

and Magnetism, 8260. Sound and Light, 8270.
Deserts of North America, by Dpmenech, illustrated, 2 vols. 1860 6^2-^K

See Lansdell's Russian Central Asia, 82oK. Palgrave's Arabia. s8t;-6K.&c.
Deshler(C. D.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Design, Manual of, by Redgrave [South Kens. Handbooks] ......... IO4SM

Principles of Decorative Design, by Dresser 9230

See also Art, Drawing, &c.

Design in Nature. See Mozley's Essays, I024H, &c.

Desmoulins (Camille, French Political Writer, b. 1762, rf. 1794),
and his Wife, Passages from the History of the Dantonists,

by Claretie, trans, by Mrs. Cashel Hoey. 1876 228F

also Alison's Europe, 120-20. Baker's French Society,



Sec also Alison's Europe, 120-20. Baker's French Society, 3330. Thiers'

French Revolution, 376-7^ &c.

Despard (Col. E. M., Irish Officer, b. 1755, executed 1803) [Ashton's

Nineteenth Century] ...86i-2H



DES ENGLISH SECTION. DIA

Despard (Col. E. M.) [Browne's State Trials] ........................... 3040

Despard (M.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Desportes (P., French Poet, b. 1545, d. 1606). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry

of Europe, 4730, 6cc.
Despreaux (W. B., French Poet, b. 1636, d. 1711). See Longfellow's Poets and

Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.

Destiny of Man. See Compayre"s Pedagogy, 296R, c.
De Tyne (W.), Day after Tomorrow, or Fata Morgana [On Govern-

ment, &c.]. 1858 ............................ , ......................... 924R

Deuteronomy. See Ewald's Israel, 64K. Bible Commentaries, c.

Development. See Ccmpayre's Pedagogy, 2g6R, c.

Devenport Brothers. See Frost's Conjurors, 8030, &c.

De Vere (A., Irish Poet}. See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760, &c.

De Vere (A., and M. S. De Vere), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

De Vic (Sir H., of Guernsey). See Sarnia [p. 9], 14160.

DEVIL, History of the, by Defoe ...........................................

- The Three Devils, Luther's, Milton's and Goethe's, &c., by
Masson. 1874 .......................................................

- Sec also Brand's Antiquities, ioo5-6M. Haweis' Current Coin, 974!^. In-

man's Ancient Faiths, 95-6Ka, c.

Devil-Lore and Demonology, by Conway, 2 vols. 1879...,
Devil's Advocate, by Gregg, 2 vols. 1878 ................................ 307 R

Devils, Infernal Conference, or Dialogues of Devils on the many

Vices of the World, by Macgowan. 1841 ........................ 49Z

De Vine (Lieutenant and Adjutant J., of Guernsey). See Sarnia [p 94], 14160.

Devon. See Heath's Peasants' Life, 1329!*.

- Lanes. See Watkin's In the Country, 1719!?., &c.



Devonshire. See Brand's Antiquities, icos^M. Bray's Tamar and the Tavy,

1343-4, &c.
Devonshire (Duchess of). See Fitzgerald's Kings and Queens "of an Hour,

85 F, &c.
Devotion [Muller's Noble Deeds, &c.] ....................................... *92Q

Devotion, Good Manners, Riches, Charity, Gratitude, Flattery and Sin-
cerity, Activity, Patriotism, Temperance, Integrity, Good Faith, For-
giveness, Firmness, Frugality, &c.
Devotional Letters of Doddridge ............................................. 2Q7M

Dew and Hoar Frost. See Brown's Science for All, 627Ba. Este's Recreations in

Science, 497R, &c.
Dew (T.), Laws, Customs and Institutions of Ancient and Modern

Nations. 1 858 ............................................................ 53!!

Dewar (D.), Character, Customs and Superstitions of the Irish and

Causes that have retarded the Improvement of Ireland. 1812 928F
Dewey (G. W., b. 1818). See Poets of America, 4680.

Dewey (O., American Unitarian. l>. 1794), D.D., Theological Works. 121 qM
DeWitt. 6Vt-Witt.de.
Dexter (H. M.), Congregationalism of the last Three Hundred

Years, as seen in its Literature. 1880 .............................. 65A

D'Huxatime (French Poet, about 1700). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of

Europe, 4730, &c.

Dialects. See Colquhoun's South China, 54I-2K. Countries, Language, c.
Dialling. See Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, gD, &c.

Dialogues of the Dead, by Lyttelton .......................... 928Hand6i4O

- on Instinct and Researches on Fossil Osteology, by Henry, Lord

Brougham. 1845 .................................................... 74^

Diamond, Memoir on the, by Murray. 1839 ............................ 1093^!

Mines [Burton's Brazils] ............................................... I633-4R

Diamonds, Great Diamonds of the World, by Streeter. 1882 ...... 799F

- See also Ansted's Minerals, 62oQ. Brown's Science for All, 627^. Simonin's

Mines and Miners, 632-36. Somerville's Microscopic Science, noR.

Timbs' Works, 854Z. Stanford's Compendium, 853]^.. Ure's Dic-

tionary of Arts and Manufactures, jD, &c.



DIA GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. DIG

Diary and Correspondence, by Pepys, 4 vols. 1802 ...................... 903-60

in America, by Marryat, 3 vols. 1839 ................................. IO2I-3R

of an Ennuyee [by Mrs. A. Jameson]. 1826 ........................ 1152!*.

Idle Woman in Sicily, by Elliot, 2 vols. 1881 ............... 1475-6R

Dibdin (C., Celebrated Writer of Sea Songs', b. 1745, d. 1814), Songs
of, with the music of the most popular and a Memoir of the
Author, by G. Hogarth. 1842 ............... ........................ 483!)

See also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760, &c.
Pice. See De Quincey's Works, 655!*. Harper, i6o6J, &c.

Dicey (E., formerly Editor Daily News, b. 1832), M.A., Victor

Emmanuel [New Plutarch]. 1882 .............. . ................. 10190

DiC3y (T.), Historical Account of Guernsey from its First Settlement
before the Norman Conquest to the Present Time. With
Remarks on Jersey, c. 1751 ....................................... 15020

Dich.1 (Alice M.). Sec Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Dick Whittington and His Cat [Home Treasury of Old Story

Books] ............... ..... ................................................ 2863X

Si'c nlso Whittington (Sir Richard).
Dick (R., Self-Taught, b. 1811, d. 1866), Baker of Thurso, Geologist

and Botanist, by Smiles. 1878 .................................... 6150

Dick (T., Scientific Writer, b. 1774, d. 1857;, LL.D., Celestial
Scenery, or the Wonders of the Planetary System Displayed,
illustrated. 1838 ...................................................... 42oR

- The Christian Philosopher, 2 vols ........................................ 294-5 ^

- The Christian Philosopher. 1834 ....................................... 29Q

DICKENS (C., Celebrated Novelist, b. 1812, d. 1870), A Child's

History of England ...................................................... !26oR

A Child's History of England [Pocket Volume Edition]. 1880.. i8o6Z

A Child's History of England. See also Household Words, vol. 2 to 8, 1742-87.

- American Notes and Reprinted Pieces, illustrated ..................

- Letters of [1833-1870], Edited by his Sister-in-Law and his

Eldest Daughter, 3 vols. 1880-2 .................................... 229-31^'



- Humour and Pathos of, selected by Kent. 1884

Memoirs of Joseph Grimaldi, edited by "Boz," with illustrations

by George Cruikshank. 1853 ....................................... 285T



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