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ships] 5640

Donne (J.), Poems and Life [British Poets]. 1864 4*SQ

See also Cattermole's Literature of the Church, vol i, 548A, &c.
Donne (W. B., Examiner of Plays, b. 1807, c/. 1882), Euripides

[Ancient Classics for English Readers]. 1876 'IO96Q

Tacitus [Ancient Classics for English Readers], 1873 IOQ2Q

Donnelly (Ignatius), Atlantis, the Antediluvian World, ill. 1882 ... IOI7M
Doolittle (L. M. and J.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Doom of Devorgoil, &c. , Dramas, by Scott IO54Z

Doran (Dr., Miscellaneous Writer, l>. 1807, d. 1878), Lives of the

Queens of England of the House of Hanover, 2 vols. 1875 3^-7F
Sophia Dorothea, of Zell. Caroline Wilhelmina Dorothea. Charlotte Sophia.
Caroline of Brunswick.

London in the Jacobite Times, 2 vols. 1877 3i8-9H

Memories of our Great Towns, with Anecdotic Gleanings con-
cerning their Worthies and their Oddities [1860-1877]. 1878 366K

See also Frith's Reminiscences, 616 and 6i6Fa, &c.

Dorat (J., French Poet, b. 1507, d. 1588). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of

Europe, 4730, &c.
Dore (Paul Gustave, French Artist, b. 1832, d. 1883), Life of, by

Roosevelt, with selections from his illustrations. 1885 .". 235F

Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja, also his works in Reference Library.

Dorling (W.), Memoirs of Dora Greenwell. 1885 13030

Dormouse. The. Sec Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 66oO. Wood's Lane and

Field, 62 4 Q, &c.

Dorney. See Walford's Pleasant Places, 8isQ, &c.
Dorr (J. C. R.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.
D'Orsay (Count, French Author, Friend of Byron, b. 1798, d. 1852). See Frith's

Reminiscences, 6i6F. Lennox's Celebrities, IOT7H, &c.
Dorset. See Heath's Peasants' Life, I32QR.

Doubt, Religious. See Dobney's Letters to the Perplexed, 2g6M. Draper's Re-
ligion and Science, 2g8M. Atheism, Scepticism, &c.

Doudney (S.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Dotlglas (G. C. M.). See E.xell's Monthly Interpreter, 6ig-22A.
Douglas (General Sir Howard, Military Engineer, b. 1776, d. 1861),

G.C.B., Life of, by Fullom. 1863 236F

Douglas (J.), Errors regarding Religion. 1834 I5Q

On the Philosophy of the Mind. 1839 579H

Truths of Religion. 1832 5 28 A

Douglas (R. K.), Confucianism and Taouism [S.P.C.K.). 1879 940

Douglas (S. A.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.

Douglas (Mrs. Stair), Life and Correspondence of W. Whewell,

D.D. 1881 567F

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DOU GUILLE-ALLfeS LIBRARY. DRA

Douglass (C. J.). S<-f Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Douglass (F., born a slave), Life and Times of [1817-1882], written

by himself, illustrated, edited by J. Lobb. 1882 6206

Dove, The. Sec Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 652 and 655(3. Kitto's Palestine,
6iol>. Twinin.n's Symbols, 507^!, &c.

Dover (Lord, Historical IVriter, b. 1797, d. 1833), Life of Frederick

the Second, King of Prussia [Family Library], 2 vols. 1832 !O59-6oQ
Dove's English Classics :

Beattie's Essay on Truth i i4oZ

Burke's Sublime and the Beautiful i i^zZ

Chapone's Letters i I49Z

Dow (Lorenzo), Life, Experience, and Travels of, 2 vols in I. 1860 23;F

Dow (S. H.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i^oja.

Dowden (E.), LL.D., Shakspere, a Critical Study of his Mind and

Art. 1880 no6H

[Literature Primer, edited by Green]. 1877 !2iiZ

Southey [English Men of Letters]. 1879 10820

Studies in Literature [1789-1877]. 1878 925R

Ed. ) Correspondence of Southey with Caroline Bowles. 1881 ... 507*"
Dowland (F-, Musical Composer, b. 1562, d. 1615). See Dana's Household Book

of Poetry, 47 6D, &c.

Down South [Southern States of America], by Lady Duffus Hardy... 73SK
Downes (W. H.), Boston Painters and Paintings [Atlantic Monthly] 1552}

Downing (A. J.), Cottage Residences, illustrated. 1853 igiD

Downing (Major Jack [Seba Smith]). See Fiction Class List following the General

Catalogue.

Downing (M.) See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4/6D, &c.
Doyle (J. A.), The English in America, the Puritan Colonies, 2 vols. I73-4H
Doyle (J. B. and A. B, R.), Antiquities and Folk-Lore of Ireland,

illustrated 1473^

Doyle (M.), Cyclopedia of Practical Husbandry. 1851 8440

Doyle (R., Writer, b. 1826) [Thomson's Friendships] 5640

D'Oyly (Airs. C.), Life and Death of our Blessed Saviour. 1794 ... 49 K
D'Oyly(G., Theologian, b. 1778, d. 1846), D.D., and Mant (R.),
D.D., Authorised Version of the Holy Bible, with Notes,

Tables, Maps, Indexes, &c., 3 vols. 1817 99-ioiA

Dragon-Flies, &c. See Cooke's Woodlands. 622Q, &c.

Dragons. See Conway's Demonology, gogM, &c.

Drainage of Towns and Buildings, by Dempsey. 1849 59T

See also Health Lectures, I438Z. Reynolds' Sewer Gas, I443Z, &c.
Draining for Profit and Draining for Health, by Waring, illustrated. 82oM

- Land, by Munn. 1856 259!*.

See also Chambers' Information, 25-6D. Agriculture, Farming, c.
Drains. See Teale's Dangers to Health, Q2oK, &c.

Drake (Sir F., Admiral, b. 1539, d. 1596), Life, Voyages, &c., by

Barrow. 1844 1288 and 1303!*.

Cavendish and Dampier, Lives and Voyages of, and History ot

the Buccaneers [Ed. Cab. Lib.] 9 2 5Q and 2I2Z

[Family Library]. 1832 io7oQ

See also Adam's Heroes, QjSQ. Froude's England, 199-2020. Yonge's

British Navy, 302H, &c.

Drake (J. R., b. 1795, d. 1820). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760.
Griswold's Poets of America, 4680. Harper's Index, i64oja, &c.

DRAMA Works relating to the : (See also Actors, Comedy,
Plays, Stage, Theatre, &>c.)

Drama and Comedy (Jerrold's Works] 1261-2!*.

- Notices Illustrative of, &c., and Notes by Kelly. 1865 453O

Dramatic and Poetical Works of Young, Goethe and Schiller... 4620

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DRA ENGLISH SECTION. DRE

DRAMA Works relating to the : (continued. )

Dramatic List, edited by Pascoe. 1879 13230

Works of Goethe, translated by Scott, Bowring, &c. 1883 694^!

- J. Ford, 2 vols in i. 1831 35iQ

Sheridan, and Life, by G. G. S. 1852 io84R

Dramatists, Songs from the, edited by Bell. 1854 6j2T

See also Andrew's Eighteenth Century, 28 iR. Ash ton's Reign of

Queen Anne, 68F. Beaumont and Fletcher's Selections, 785^!.
Coleridge (S. T.), 34oQ. Donaldson's Recollections of An Actor,
2iiZ. Fielding's Works, 46o-7iX. Ford (John), 866-7Z. Foote's
Works, 130-2!?. Goethe's Faust, 692-3^!. Harper's Index, i64oja,
Hazlitt's Characters of Shakespeare, 639!'. Irving (H.), 733O.
Ben Jonson's Works, 4ioD. Knight's England, 151-2?!. Lamb's
Dramatic Poets, 71 iM. Larwood's Anecdotes, 1421. Lomenie's
French Society, 501-40. Lytton's Richelieu, 1270!!. Massinger
(P.), 3ioQ. Massinger's Plays, 869-712. Moliere, 428-00.
Molloy's Famous Plays, iig6R. More's Sacred Drama, 52 and
I755Z. Racine, &c., H53Z. Sheridan (R. B.), loooO. Schiller
(F.), 3O4Q. Swinburne's Erechtheus, 745 M. Symond's Shakspere's
Predecessors, 10971!. Tennyson's The Cup and the Falcon, 643'!".
Thompson's Sales Attici, 561!'. Wood's Shakespeare, 362-750., &c.
Draper (J. W.) M.D., History of the Conflict between Religion and

Science. 1883 298M

- Intellectual Development of Europe. 1875 76-70

Scientific Memoirs 66gF

Draughts. See Boy's Own Annual, Vol. 2, 1879-80, 29527. Boy's Own Book,
15272. Cassell's Pastimes, I262H. Crawley's Handbooks, 1876,
ii46M, &c.
Dravidians, The. See Hunter's Indian Empire, 48sK, &c.

DRAWING. Works relating to : (See also Art, Design, Per-
spective, erV.).
Drawing-, Easy Lessons in Perspective. 1830 353T

Elements of, by Ruskin. 1877 849!^.

Geometry, &c., by II ayter. 1832 9270

How to Draw Figures [Ninety-six Graduated Studies from

Life] 9i8D

' Floral and Vegetable Forms [Ninety-six Studies

from Nature]

in Freehand [Ninety-six Graduated Studies of
Models] 9i6D

Learning to Draw, or the Story of a Young Designer, by

Viollet-le-Duc, translated by Champlin. iSSi io68M

Perspective, for Young Persons, by Symms, &c HI4M

Science of, by Howard, Animals and the Human Figure,

parts 2 and 3. 1839-40 363-4T

See also Cassell's Popular Educator, 164-90. Hamerton's Graphic Arts,

I076M. Girls' Book, I257H. Ure's Dictionary [Drawing Chalks],
7D. Art, Design, &c.
Drawing Room, Its Decorations and Furniture, by Orrinsmith. 1878. 968M

See also Caddy's Household, 952M, &c.

Drawing Room Plays and Evening Amusements, by Dalton 15262

Drayton (M., Historical Poet, b. 1563, d. 1631). See Dana's Household Book of

Poetry, 4760, &c.

Dreams. See Brand's Antiquities, looyM. Grant's Mysteries, 894F. Mrcnish's
Sleep, 95sM. MilleDgen's Curiosities. 997 K. Owen's Another World,
43iM. Proctor's Studies, 447R. Sully' s Illusions, 36gR, &c.
Dream of Eugene Aram. See Hood's Poems.
Dresden. See Bellow's Europe, i3g8R, &c.
DRESS and its Relation to Health and Climate, by Godwin. 1884. 987^!

Ornament, Art in, by Blanc, illustrated. 1877 864D

by Oliphant [Art at Home Series]. 1878 97cM

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DRE GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. DRY

Dress a Hindrance to Christinnity [Renney's Our Daughters] 45oM

Set- a.'sn Ashton's Reign of Queen Anne, 67 F. Beecher's Mexico, 738K.

Bellair's Girls and Maidens, Q84M. Boner's Transylvania, 423^.
Cameron's Africa, 6o2-3K. Cassell's Pastimes, 1262!!. Cumming's
China, ySg-goK. Girl's Own Indoo- Book, 1257!^. Habits of Good
Society, i4o8Z. Heath's Peasants' Life, 1329!^. Holt's Fancy Dresses,
9<nM. Lecky's Eighteenth Century, 172 H. Lennox's Fashion Then
and Now, loiS-gH. Malcolm's London [i8th century], 74oH. Pepys'
Diary, ooaO. Richardson's Common Health, 843M. Stonehenge's
Rural Sports, 68iT. Strickland's Queens of England, 8ooO. Young
Ladies' Treasure Book, 131 D. Clothing, &c.

Dresser (C.), F.L.S., Principles of Decorative Design, illustrated ... 9230
Drew (S., Self-Taught Methodist Preacher, b. 1765, d. 1833), Essay
on the Immateriality and Immortality of the Human Soul ...

Works of, 6 vols, 1820 :

Vol. i. Attributes of God $oK

Vol. 2. Providence of God 51 K

Vol. 3. Resurrection of the Human Body 52 K

Vol. 4. Immortality of the Soul 53K

Vol. 5. Remains, Sermons, Essays, c 54K

Vol. 6. Life and Labours of Drew 55K

Drewry (G. O.), M.D., and Bartlett (H. C.), Ph.D., Cup and

Platter, or Notes on Food and its Effects. 1876 59 iT

Drift-wood, Tales, Sketches, &c., by Longfellow 798R

Drill. See Military Evolutions, c.

Drinking of Healths. See French's Toasting, 8i8M, &c.
Drinking Vessels. See Brown's Palaeolithic Man, go$F.

Drinks. See Facts and Hints for Every Day Life, Q42R. Family Friend. 69sR.
Moorman's Mineral Waters, 827M. Beverages, &c.

Drinkwater-Bethune (Col. j., b. 1762, d. 1844), History of the

Siege of Gibraltar [1779-1783]. 1850 559T

Driver (S. R. ), D.D., Critical Notes on the International Sunday
School Lessons from the Pentateuch for 1887 (January 2nd
to June 26th). 1887 i2iiM

Driving, by the Duke of Beaufort [ Badminton Library] 1 1 3oM

Driving. See also Cassell's Pastimes, I262H. Stonehenge's Rural Sports, 68iT, &c.

Drouet (General Count d'Erlon, French Marshal, b. 1765, d. 1844)

[Alison's Europe] 1 29-360

Drugs. See Simmond's Products of the Vegetable Kingdom, 77iF.

Dru.ld.8. See Brand's Antiquities, xoos-jM. Grant's Mysteries, 8g^F, Madden's
Shrines, 342 K. Rogers' Scotland, Q49-5oF, &c.

Druimnond (H.), F.R.S.E., Natural Law in the Spiritual World... i2o8R

- Tropical Africa [Dealing with African Slavery]. 1888 I722R

Drummond (R. B.), Erasmus, his Life and Character, &c., 2 vols... 636-70
Drummond (Sir W., Scotch Antiquary, d. 1828), Tr., Persius

[Family Classical Library]. 1831 II26Q

Drummond (W., Scotch Poet, b. 1585, d. 1649). See Dana's Household Book
of Poetry, 4760, &c.

Drunkenness, How to Stop it, by Buxton. 1864 282R

- See also Haweis' Current Coin, 974R. Pike's Crime in England, 307-8H.

Ryland's Crime, 3isR. Smith's Temperance, zoSgF. Alcoholism,

Abstinence, Temperance, c.
Drury (Anna H.). See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja. Fiction Class List following

the General Catalogue, c.

Drury (Don) [Jardine's Naturalists' Library] 6580,

Drury Lane, Old, Author, Actor, Manager, by Stirling, 2 vols. 1881 I338-9R
Druses, The. See Oliphant's Gilead, 793K, &c.

Dry Rot in Timber, by Britton. 1875 85R

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

Dryden ([., Poet, l>. 1631, d. 1701), Poems and Life, edited by Mit-

ford [British Poets], 5 vols. 1864 419-23(3

- Poetical Works, and Life by Johnson [Bell's Poets of Great

Britain], 10 vols. 1807 3I4-23Z

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DRY ENGLISH SECTION. BUG

Dryden (J.), 7>., Works of Virgil, and Life by Walsh. 1807 1573^

by. Saintsbury [English Men of Letters]. 1881 10670

- and Others. Trs,, Ovid [Family Classical Library]. 1833 1147'SQ

Sec also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4y6D. Hamilton's Poets

Laureate, 9270. Jones' Poets, 663^!. Pepys' Diary, gozO. New
English Theatre. Poole's Index, R.L., &c.

Dry den (May). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Dilbard (Maurice), Japanese Life, Love, and Legend. A Visit to the
Empire of the " Rising Sun," translated by Conn. 1886

Du. Barry (Madame, b, 1746, Executed 1793). See Kavanagh's Women in
France, 10430.

Dublin, Ireland's Metropolis [R.T.S.]

[Land We Live in] 46513

See also Kohl's Ireland, 384!^. Ireland, c.

Du Cane (Col. Sir E. F., b. 1830), K.C.B., The Punishment and

Prevention of Crime [English Citizen Series]. 1885 287R

Du Chaillu (P. B., African Traveller, b. 1835), Adventures in

Equatorial Africa, illustrated. 1861 591 and 647K

Land of the Midnight Sun : Summer and Winter Journeys

through Sweden, Norway, Lapland, and Northern Finland,
illustrated, 2 vols. 1881 467-SK

See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Duck, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 647 and 657(3. N ares' Polar Sea,
672-3K. Stonehenge's Rural Sports, 68iT. Tegetmeier's Poultry
Book, 66 4 B, &c.

Duclaux (Dr.), Fermentation [International Health Exhibition],
illustrated. 1884

Dudevant (Madame A. L. A.). See Sand (George).

Dudley (T. U.) D.D., A Wise Discrimination of the Church's
Need [Bohlen Lectures]. 1881

Dudley (J. W. Ward, Earl of, 'Statesman, b, 1781, d. 1833) [Thorn-
ton's Foreign Secretaries] 2o8H

Dudleys (The, Dukes of Northumberland} [Dixon's Her Majesty's

Tower] 32iH

Duels and Duelling, Notes on, by Sabine. 1859 922M

Sec also Andrew's Eighteenth Century, 281 R, Ashton's Reign of

Queen Anne, 68F. Harper's Index, i64oja. Lennox's Fashion Then
and Now, loiS-gH. M.ickay's Delusions, 903^!, etc.

Duerer (A.). Sec Diirer.

Dufay (G.). See Naumann's Music, 9280, &c.

Duff (A., Scotch Missionary in India, b. 1806, d. 1878), D.D.,

LL.D., Life of, by Smith, 2 vols. 1879 582-30

Duff (IL), B.C.L., Legal Obligations in Relation to the Dwellings of

the Poor [International Health Exhibition]. 1884 99oM

Duff (Gordon). See Gordon.

Dufferin (Lady, Granddaughter of Sheridan, b. 1 808) [Dana's House-
hold Book of Poetry] 476D

See also Harper's Index, i64oja.

Dufferin (F. C. H. Blackwood, Earl of, Governor- General of
Canada, b. 1826), Letters from High Latitudes, a Voyage to
Iceland in 1856. 1857 469!^

Daffy (Bella), Madame de Stae'I [Eminent Women Series]. 1887.... 14210

Duganne (A. J. H., Poet, b. 1817), The Fighting Quakers, a True

Story of the War for our Union. 1866 4^SO

Sec also Griswold's Poets of America, 468D, iS;c.

Dugdale (Thomas) and Burnett (William), Curiosities of Great
Britain, England and Wales, delineated : Historical, Enter-
taining and Commercial, alphabetically arranged, maps,
illustrated, 10 vols. N. I). :

Vol. i. Abberbury, or Alberbury, to P.icester 738!^

Vol. 2. 13ice.,tcr, continued, to Bury St. Kilmimcb 739^

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DUG GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY.

Dugdale (Thomas) and Burnett (William), Curiosities of Great
Britain, &c. (continued.)

Vol. 3. Bury St. Edmunds, continued, to Clay or Cley 74H

Vol. 4. Claydon Steeple, to Dorchester 74 1 H

Vol. 5. Dorchester, continued, to Freshwater 74 2 "

Vol. 6. Freshwater, continued to Hinckley 743^

Vol. 7. Hinton St. George, to London and Westminster 744H

Vol. 8. London and Westminster, continued, to Oxwich 745*

Vol. 9. Oystermouth, to Surrey 74^H

Vol. 10. Surrey, continued, to York 747^

NOTE. Illustrations to the above Work.

Vol. 1. Warkworth Hermitage. Queen's Palace, Pimlico. Goodrich
Castle. City of Durham. Queen's Hospital and Town Hall, Birmingham.
Manerbeer Castle. New Houses of Parliament. Admiralty. Man-
sion House. Theberton House. York. New Roya! Exchange. New
Apsley House. Post Office. City of Bristol. Knaresbprough Castle.
Wesleyan Theological College. New Library, Lincoln's Inn Fields.
Somerset House. London Bridge. Magna Charta Island. Kirkstall
Abbej". Kenil worth Castle. Fainham Castle. Castle Howard. Hamp-
ton Court Palace. Goldsmith's Hall. Dunstable Priory Church. Vol.
2. Ingestrie. Tintern Abbey. Royal Observatory. Windsor Cast!e.
Theatre Royal. Barnard Castle. Alnwick Castle. Dudley Castle. St.
Paul's Cathedral. Morpeth. Ipswich. West Gate, Canterbury. City
of Lincoln. River Orwell, at Ipswich. Suspension Bridge, near Bangor.
Cobham Hall, Kent. Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk. Town of Leicester.
Richmond, Yorkshire. Peveril's Castle. Harborne Church. Rams-
gate. Bolsover Castle. Kensington Palace. Corn Exchange, London.
Regent Circu?, London. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Burlington Arcade,
London. Canonbury Tower. Vol. 3. -High Street, Pembroke. Birth-
place of Cowper. Northfleet, near Gravesend. Broxbourn. Sprotburgh.
Court House, Beverley. Remains of Mailing Abbey. Roehampton
Priory. Greenwich. Custom House, London. Kew. Surrey. Copenhagen
House, Islington. Laugharne Castle. Vale of TafF. Dartford. Wat-
ford. Guildford Castle. Warwick Castle. Military Academy, Wool-
wich. Kill's Cotty House. Vol. 4. Nelson Column. Cowper's
Summer House. Stow in the Wold. Town of Ashburton. Haddon
Hall, Dover. Strathfieldsay. Kew Palace. St. Albans' Abbey.
Epsom. Oxford from the Meadows. Town Hall and Mansion House,
Liverpool. London and Birmingham Railway Terminus. Winchester.
Hastings. St. Martin's Church, London. Thames Tunnel, Penshurst.
House in which Crabbe the Poet was born. Vol. 5. The Monument,
London. Shandy Hall. Canterbury Cathedral. Fountains Abbey.
Salisbury. Chichester. Lichfield. Stratford-upon-Avon. Whittington's
Alms House. Infant Orphan Asylum, Essex. Monastery, Bury St.
Edmunds. Chingford Church. Petworth House, Devonport. Birth-
place of Shakspeare. Ancient Gateway, Barking. Interior of Burling-
ton Arcade, London. The Vicarage, Woodchester. Hereford. Tretwr.
Vol. 6. Lord Hill's Column. Birth-place of the late Sir R. Peel.
Great Thornton Street Chapel, Hull, near Hampton. Cardiff Castle.
Pembroke Castle. Dover, from the Beach. City of York. Marl-
borough. Church Street, Hampstead. Willesden Church, Middlesex.
Hornsey Wood House. Gravesend. Greenwich. North Shields, on
the Tyne. Scene from Richmond Hill. Caernarvon Castle. Ilfracombe.
Farringdon Lodge. Allington Castle. Vale of Llanwillan. Gravesend
Church. Vol. 7. Duke of York's Column. Birth-place of the present
Sir R. Peel. Birth-place of William Cobbett. Birth-place of Rev.
James Hervey. Birth-place of Dryden. Pont-y-Casullte Aquaduct.
Birth-place of John Locke. Wrington. St. James' Bazaar. Religious
Tract Society's Repository. Greenwich Hospital Birth-place of Robert
Bloomfield. London Orphan Asylum. City of Carlisle. St. James's
Palace. St. Augustine's Gate, Canterbury. NearWoking. Blenheim
House. Highbury College, Islington. St. Alban's. Maidstone.
Powderham Castle. Hayes Farm. East Budleigh. Brough Castle.
Chedder Cliffs. Warwick Castle. Llanddewi. Cardiganshire. Mor-
ley's Hotel. Westminster Abbey. Plymouth Sound. Vol.8. Win-
chester Cross. Marble Arch. Blind Asylum. The Pavilion, Brighton.
King's College Chapel University Library and Senate House " New

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DUG- ENGLISH SECTION. DUN

Dugdale (Thomas) and Burnett (William), Curiosities of Great
Britain, &c. (continued. )

Assize Courts, Liverpool. Arundel Castle. Belvoir Castle. Upnor
Castle, Ross. Warwick Castle. Aberystwith Castle. Brougham Castle.
Fitzwilliam Museum. National Gallery and Nelson's Monument.
Interior of Lowther Arcade, London. Ramsgate Harbour. Margate
Pier and Harbour. St. Martin's Priory, near Dover. Ravensworth
Castle, Durham. Brougham Hall. Hever Castle. Eton College. St.
David's Cathedral. St. Ives. Newstead Abbey. Birth-place of Sir
Isaac Newton. Hornsey Church. Stratford. Suffolk. New Bridge
Street, Blackfriars. Vol. 9. Boston Church, Lincolnshire. The
Quadrant, Regent Street. Birth-place of William Roscoe. Birth-place
of Akenside, Butcher Bank, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Covent Garden
Market. Bank of England. Chalk Farm. Primrose Hill. Spaniard's
Tavern, Hampstead. Cromer, Norfolk. Conway Castle. Kirksdale
Priory. Brougham Castle. Quebec House, the Birth-place of General
Wolfe. Birth-place of Bunyan. Village of Ragland. Ragland Castle.
Tynemouth Castle. Weymouth Castle. Colchester Castle. Swansea
Castle and Harbour. Drayton Manor. Chatsworth. Rochester Castle
and Bridge. Oakhampton Castle. Birth-place of Dr. Johnson, Lich-
field. Birth-place of Lord Eldon, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Holy Island
Castle. Hartlepool. Italian Opera House, London. All Souls' Church.
Vol. 10. Statue of Nelson. Guildhall, Exeter. Birth-place of the
Rev. Gilbert White, Selborne. Birth-place of the Rev. John Wesley,
Epworth. Somerset House. Haymarket Theatre. Mount Edgcumbe.
Conway Castle and New Suspension Bridge. Formerly the Residence
of Sir Richard Steele, Haverstock Hill, Hampstead. Birth-place of the
learned Seldon, Salvington. Llanthoney Abbey. Cowbridge. Gla-
morganshire. Royal Exchange. Temple Bar from the Strand. Battle
Abbey. Battersea Bridge. St. Michael's Mount. Scarborough Castle.
City of Exeter, from Exwick Hill. Saltwood Castle. Middlesex Hos-
pital. Haddon Hall. View near Barking. Residence of Sir Paul
Pindar. Carlisle Castle. Penrice Castle. St. Dunstan's Church,
Fleet Street.

Dugdale ( W. S. ), 7>. , The Purgatorio [Dante's Divine Comedy]. 1883. SogM
Du Guesclin (Bertrand, Constable of France, b. 1314, d. 1380). See Bonne-

chose's France, 3090. Marshall's France, 3116. Froissart's Chronicles,

3130, &c.
Dukes of Normandy from Rollo to King John, by Duncan. 1839 ... 8740

See also Normandy, &c.

and Princesses of the Family of George III., by Fitzgerald. 1882. 74-5F

Dukes (E. J.), Everyday Life in China, or Scenes along River and

Road in Fuh-Rien, illustrated. 1885 l68oR

Du Maine (Duchess). See Maine (Duchess du).

Dumas (A. Davy, French Novelist and Dramatist, b. 1803, d. 1870),
Memoirs of a Maitre cl'Armes, or Eighteen Months at St.
Petersburg, translated by the Marquis of Ormonde [Travel-
lers' Library] I28lR

Pictures of Travel in the South of France, illustrated ... 1315 and I393R

See also Gautier's French Authors, 254F. Harper's [Works] Index, i64oja.,

and Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue, c.

Dumb-Bells. See Maclaren's Physical Education, i8o8Z. Crawley's Hand-
books, ii54M, &c.

Dumont (E., Swiss Publisher, l>. 1759, d. 1829), Recollections of
Mirabeau and of the Two First Legislative Assemblies of
France. 1832 399F

DurrlOUrier (General). See Alison's Europe, 120-40, &c.

Dumouriez (General, b. 1739, d> 1823). See Thiers' French Revolution, 376-7!!.

Dunbar (G., Greek Scholar, b. 1774, d. 1851), F.R.S.E. See Potter's Antiquities,

874-5 F, &c.
Dunbar (W., Scotch Poet, b. 1470, d. 1530). See Dana's Household Book of

Poetry, 47 6D, &c.

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DUN GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. DUN

Duncan (H., Founder of Savings Banks, b. 1774, d. 1846), D.D.,

Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons. 1855 300- iM

Spring, Summer, sooM. Autumn, Winter, 301 M.

Duncan (James), M.W.S., British Butterflies [Jardine's Naturalists'

Library], colored plates ....;;..... 593Q

Natural History of British Moths, Sphinxes, &c. [Jardine's

Naturalists' Library], colored plates. 1836 95R

Duncan ([ohn, Scotch Weaver and Botanist, b. 1794, d. 1881), Life

of, by Jolly. 1883 62iO

See also Good Words, 21897. Page's Leaders of Men, 7630, &c.

Duncan (Jonathan, Currency Reformer, <SrV., b. 1799, d. 1865), B.A.,
History of Guernsey, with Occasional Notices of Jersey, Al-
derney, and Sark. 1841 406!!

Religions of Profane Antiquity, their Mythology, Fables, Hiero-
glyphics and Doctrines, founded on Astronomical Principles. 677T

Religious Wars of France from the Accession of Henry the Second

to the Peace of Vervins. 1840 458T

Remarks on the Legality and Expediency of Prosecutions for

Religious Opinion. 1825 638!!

The Dukes of Normandy from the Time of Rollo to the Expul-
sion of King John. 1839 8740



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