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Tutor [containing a large amount of useful Scientific and General

Information], vol. I, 1851 to vol. 6, 1853 727-32R

Families of Speech, Four Lectures by Farrar. 1870 944R

Rise and Fall of. See Burke's Reminiscences, gooR.
Famines of the World, by Walford. 1879 IO99F

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FAM GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. FAR

Famines. Sec also Caird's India, 5s6H. Hunter's Indian Empire, 48sK. Malthus'
Population, logaF. Temple's India, 46^ and 486K. Trotter's India,
538-gH. Blackwood's Magazine, v. 61, isij. Eraser's Magazine,
v. 76, 686 J, &c.

Famous Americans of Recent Times, by Parton. 1869 6410

Artists. See Every Boy's Annual [1888], 1307!!.

Books, by Adams 852K

Sec also Books, Literature, &c.

Boys and Famous Men, illustrated 13280

Webster, Drew, Franklin, Burns, Clay, Kane, Leyden, Montgomery, Bow-
ditch, Havelock, Livingstone, Evans, S. T. Coleridge, Fulton, Kitto,
Davy, A. Lawrence, Girard, Crompton, Chalmers, Lafitte, Audubon,
Jay, Sherman, &c.

Girls who have become Illustrious Women of our Time, by Dar-

ton, illustrated. 1880 13260

F. Hemans, H. Martineau, H. Beecher Stowe, Madame Guyon, Madame
De Stae'l, Queen Victoria, Princess Charlotte, F. Bremer, Jenny Lind,
Princess of Wales, Princess Louise, Lady Burdett-Coutts, &c.

London Gates and their History. See Boy's Own Annual, v. 3, agssJ.

Men, by Page, illustrated. 1879 13290

Persons, Tombs of [Madden's Shrines and Sepulchres] 242-3!^

Plays, by Molloy. 1886 H96R

Fanaticism, by Taylor. 1833 639!!

See also Fraser, v. 9, 6i9j, and vol. 37, 647 J. Good Words, v. 26, 2196], &c.

Fancy Dresses, described by Holt. 1880 96iM

Fair and Bazaar Book 97 1 M

Fairs, &c., by Harrison. 1886 977M

Fane (Violet). Set Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Fanshawe (Captain Basil, of Guernsey). See Sarnia [p. 95], 14160.
Fantail, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 6s6Q, c.

Fantaisies Guernesiaises, dans la Langage du Pays, par Metivier ... 786M
Faraday (M., Chemist and Philosopher, b. 1791, d. 1867), F.R.S.,
Chemical History of a Candle, to which is added a Lecture

on Platinum, edited by Crookes. 1861 834Z

Manipulation. 1831 7 1 9&

See also Good Words, v. 12, 2i82j. Leisure Hour, v. 8, 26i8J. Living

Age, 3031, 3035-6, 3038-9, 3042, 3063, 3068-9, 3075, 3086, 3097, 3124 and
3 i2 7 -8J, &c.

FargUS ( Fredk. John). See Conway (Hugh).

Faria E Souza (M. De, Portuguese Historian, b. 1590, d. 1649). See Long-
fellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4/30, &c.
Farley (S.), Discourses and Essays on Theological and Speculative

Topics. 1851 309M

479Z



Farman (E.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja, &c.
Farmer's Boy, a Rural Poem, by Bloomfield. 1804



FARMING, &0. Works relating to: (See also Agriculture,
Cattle, Corn, Hay, Husbandry ', Land, &<:.)

Farmer, The [Escott's England and Its People] 101 7F

Farmer's Encyclopedia, and Dictionary of Rural Affairs, by

Johnson. 1844 loD

Handbook, American [1880], re-edited by O'Neill and

Williams 842 and 8430

Farmers, Hints for, and Useful Information, by Burn. 1860... 832Z

Farming, Chemistry of the Farm, by Warrington. 1882 HO2M

- Dairy Farming, by Roland. 1887 I92R

How Crops Grow, by Johnson 53 2 R

to get a Farm, &c., by Morris. 1864 i6i7R

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FAR ENGLISH SECTION. FAR

FARMING-, &C. Works relating to -.(continued.}

Farming, Our Farm of Four Acres, and the Money we made by it I lOoM
- The Elements of Agriculture, a Book for Young Farmers,
by Waring. 1868 ..... ............................................

. - See also Blacklock's Sheep, 744Z. Campbell's Life in Normandy
[French Farming], 1700-1 R. Rural Affairs, 574Q. Poole's Index,
R.L. Smith's Wealth of Nations, 1026-8 F. Chambers' [Steam],
v. 21, 19377. Fortnightly [Co-operative], v. 36, 2126]. Fraser
[Future of], v. 88, 6g8J. Harper [France], v. 58, 16387. Nature
[Experimental], v. 32, 26927, &c.

JTarningliarn (M.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Faroe Islands. See Nicoll's Iceland, &c., 3 8 7 T, &c.
Farquhar (G., Irish Dramatist, b. 1678, d. 1707). See Inchbald's British

Theatre. New English Theatre, &c.
Farragut (Admiral, U.S. Navy, b. 1801, d. 1870), Cruise in the

Flag Ship Franklin, by Montgomery. 1869 ..................... 6ooB

- See also Living Age, 3115 and 31257, &c.

Farrar (F. W., Archdeacon of Westminster, b. 1831), D.D., Chap-

ters on Language. 1865 ............................................. 945^

- Early Days of Christianity, 2 vols. 1882 .............................. 385-6A

- Ephphatha, or the Amelioration of the World. 1880 ............ 3I2M

- Essays on a Liberal Education. 1868 ................................. io5iF

- Eternal Hope. 1878 ..................................................... 3I3M

- Families of Speech, Lectures before the Royal Institution of

Great Britain, March, 1869. 1870 ................................. 944-R

- History of Interpretation, Eight Lectures preached before the

University of Oxford, 1885 [Bampton Lectures]. 1886 ......

- Life of Christ, 2 vols. 1874 ............................................ 4o6-7A

- 1881 .................................................................. sioM

- Lives of the Fathers, 2 vols .............................................. 670-7 1 F

- Mercy and Judgment, a few last Words on Christian Eschatology,

with Reference to Dr. Pusey's "What is of Faith?" 1881 3I5M

- Saintly Workers. Five Lenten Lectures. 1878 ..................... 3 1 1 M

The Martyrs. The Hermits. The Monks. The Missionaries.

- Sermons and Addresses delivered in America. 1886 ............... 627M

Lillies and the Sparrows. Christ not Sectarian. The Lost Sheep. The
Lost Coin. Idols. Ideals of Nations. Modern Education. The
Atonement. Commandments. Christian Unity. Temperance Address.
Dante. Farewell Thoughts on America.

- Solomon, His Life and Times ............................................ 65oM

- The Life and Work of St. Paul, 2 vols. 1879 ..................... 387-8A

The Silence and the Voices of God and other Sermons. 1877 ...



- Words which have a History [Every Boy's Annual], 1867 ...... 1302!!

- and Others, Non-Biblical Systems of Religion. 1887
- - The Voice of the Pulpit on Temperance



See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue. Poole's Index

to Periodical Literature, R.L., &c.

Farrar (M.), M.A., Five Years in Minnesota, Sketches of Life in a

Western State. 1880 i6oiR

Farrar (T.), LL.D., Manual of the Constitution of the United States

of America. 1869 IOO9F

Farrer (J. A.), Crimes and Punishments, including a New Transla-
tion of Beccaria's Dei Delitti e Delle Pene. 1880 276R

Primitive Manners and Customs. 1879 IOI4M

Farriery, Treatise on, by Ferron. 1810 8530

Farsia (G. Di). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.

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

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PAS GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. FEL

FASHION and Deformity, by Flower. 1882 ........................... 929F

- Manners, by Spencer. 1882 .......................................... 9 2 9 F

- Then and Now, Illustrated by Anecdotes, by Lennox. 1878... lOiS-gH

See also Percy Anecdotes, 032Z. Smith's Moral Sentiments, s88H. Harper's

Index to Periodical Literature, i64oja, &c.
Fatal Illness of Frederick the Noble, by Mackenzie. 1888 ............ 14*50

Fathers. See Compayre's Pedagogy, 296!*. Home Amenities, 94sM, &c.

Fathers, Church of the. 1842 ................................................ I25Q

Lives of the, by Farrar, 2 vols ................... , ...................... 6;o-7iF

- The Early, by Plummer. 1887 .............................. ...........

See also Ante-Nicene Christian Library, 362-84A. Bolton's Evidences of

Christianity, ssoA. Cary's Testimonies, so6A. &c.
ughter of Makomet, b. 606, d. 632). See Clayton's Female Warriors,



644, c.

Fats. Sec Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, yD, &c.
Faucit (Helen, Lady Theodore Martin, Actress, b. 1816) [Stirling's

Old Drury Lane] ...................................................... I338-9R

Faults in Education [Compayre's Pedagogy] ..............................

FAUNA (77/<? Animals of any special place or period will be found

generally mentioned in the descriptions of places under their

names, e.g., England, Guernsey, Asia, &*c.)

See especially Brown's Palaeolithic Man, gosF. Capello's Central Africa,

83I-2K. Lansdell's Russian Asia, 82gK. Reclus' Phenomena, 8o6F.

Willoughby's Australian Pictures, 3226. Poole's Index to Periodical

Literature, R.L. Natural History, Animals, Birds, &c.
Fauriel (M.), Last Days of the Consulate. 1885 ........................ 449O

Faust, a Tragedy, by Goethe, translated by Blackie. 1880 ............ 6g3M

- by Goethe, translated by Swanwick. 1883 ........................... 692M

Favre (Jules, French Advocate and Politician, b. 1809, d. 1880). See Cassell's

Franco -German War, 456-76. King's French Leaders, 6590. Leisure

Hour, v. 19, 26297. Poole's Index, R.L., &c.
Fawcett (E.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja, &c.

Fawcett (H., Political Economist, b. 1833, a - 1884), Life of, by

Stephen .................................................................... 6420

Fawcett (M. G., widmv of above, b. 1847), Political Economy for

Beginners. 1874 .......................................................

- (H. and M. G.), Essays and Lectures on Social and Political

Subjects. 1872..., ....................................................... IOI4F

Fawkes (F.), M.A., JX, Bion and Moschus, Sappho and Musseus

[Family Clas. Library]. 1832 ......... .............................. "37Q

Fawkes (F. A.), Horticultural Buildings, their Construction, Heat-

ing, &c., illustrated. 1883 ........................................... 8740

Fawkes (Guy, Conspirator, executed 1606). See Dixon's Her Majesty's Tower,

322H. Leisure Hour, v. 27, 26377, & c -
Fay (Amy), Music Study in Germany. 1886 .............................. n66R

Fay (T. S.). See Griswpld's Poets of America, 468D. Poole's Index, &c.
Fear. See Lindsay's Mind in the Lower Animals, 7H-2F, &c.
Feathers. See Cornhill, v. 39, 3197. Chambers, v. 39, 19467. Ure's Dictionary
of Arts and Manufactures, 70, &c.

Featherstonhaugh. (G. W.), F.G.S., Canoe Voyage of the Minnay

Sotor, 2 vols. 1847 ................... . ............................... 726-7K

See also Living Age, 3031 and 30337, &c.

February. See Hewitt's Seasons, 572(3. Good Words, v. 4, 21747. Leisure Hour,

v. 25, 26357, &c.

Federalism. See May's Democracy, 38-gH. Fortnightly, v. 22, 21127, & c -
Fee(f. G.), and the Freed men of America [Japp's Missionaries] ...... 77oO

Feejeeans. See Lubbock's Primitive Man, 6726. Fiji, &c.

Feeling, Sense of. See Bernstein's Five Senses, 36^. Fortnightly, 20937.
Feet, Book of the, History of Boots and Shoes, by Hall, illus. 1847 n6iM
Felice (G. De), D.D., History of the Protestants of France, 2 vols, 2&8M

[242]



FEL ENGLISH SECTION. FER

Felix. See Howson's Companions of St. Paul, ssoM, &c.

Fellows (Sir Charles, Antiquary, b. 1799, d. 1860), Journal of an

Excursion to Asia Minor [in 1838], illustrated. 1839 675B

Lydia, Mysia, Constantinople, Bithynia, Phrygia, Pisidia, Pamphylia,
Lycia, Caria, Smyrna, Antiquities, Botany, Geology, Zoology, Customs,
Inscriptions, &c.

Felony. See Pike's Crime in England, 307-8 H. Crime, &c.
Female Education. See Carpenter (Mary), Life and Work, 5620. Education,
Women, &c.

Life among the Mormons, by the wife of a Mormon Elder

[Mrs. Maria Ward]. 1855 87oQ and i6ooR

Sovereigns, Memoirs of, by Jameson, 2 vols. 1832 2I3-4Z

Warriors, by Clayton, 2 vols. 1879 643-46

Females. See Inman's Faiths, g6Ka. Girls, Women, &c.
Fences and Gates. See Oakey's Home Grounds, 948M. Farming, &c.
Fencing. See Boy's Own Book, 15277. Cassell's Pastimes, I262H. All the Year
Round [Parisian], v. 23, 17837. Every Boy's Annual [1869], I3O3H, &c.
Fenelon (M. De, French Prelate, b. 1651, d. 1715), Demonstration

of the Existence and Attributes of God, translated by Boyer. i8Z

Archbishop of Cambrai. 1877 6450

See also Compayr's Pedagogy, 2o6R. Senior's Conversations, 436-7^

Thomson's Friendships, 5656. Upham's De La Mothe Guyon, 13660.
Living Age, 3050, 3067 and 3I26J, &c.
Feilians, The. See Frost^s Secret Societies, 33H. Heckthorn's Secret Societies,

3770, &c.
r. M.). See



Fenn (G. M.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Fenn (Sir John, Antiquary, If. 1739, d. 1794). See Paston Letters [Preface], 293T.

Fenn (W. W.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Fenner (C. G.). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760.

Fenton (E., Poet, b. 1683, d. 1730), Poetical Works and Life, by

Johnson [Bell's Poets of Great Britain]. 1807 35iZ

Ferdinand I. (Emperor of Austria, b. 1793, d. 1875), and Maxi-
milian II. of Austria. The Political and Religious State of
Germany immediately after the Revolution, by Ranke, trans-
lated by Gordon. 1853 1274!^ and 6$2Z

See also Living Age, 3047, 3050-2 and 3101 J. Ward's Counter-Reforma-
tion, 256T, &c.

Ferdinand II. (Emferor of Germany, b. 1578, d. 1637). See Living Age,

3043 J, c.

Ferdinand VII. of Spain. See Alison's Europe, 129-430, &c.
Ferdinand (King of Aragon, b. 1452, d. 1516), and Isabella of

Spain, Reign of, by Prescott, 2 vols. 1854 39O-iO

Ferguson (A., Scotch Philosopher, b. 1724, d. 1816), LL.D., History

of Civil Society. 1814 627!-!

History of the Roman Republic. 1834 ...



Ferguson (J.), Ceylon in 1883, the leading Crown Colony of the
British Empire, with an Account of its present Condition of
Agricultural and Commercial Enterprise, and its Resources,
illustrated. 1883 i678R

See Essayists, British, 8-siT. Poole's Index, R.L., &c.

Ferguson (R.), LL.D., Consecrated Heights, or Scenes of Higher

Manifestation. 1861 3i6M

Ferguson (R.), F.S.A., Surnames as a Science. 1883 ii7oR

Swiss Men and Swiss Mountains. 1853 772Q and !26oR

Ferguson (R., Scotch Poet, b. 1751, d. 1774) [Miller's Tales and
Sketches]

Ferguson (S.). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 47 6D, &c.

Fergusson (W.), M.D ; , Recollections of a Professional Life, edited

by h,is Son. 1846 ,, 256^

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FER GUILLE-ALLF.S LIBRARY. FIG

Ferishtah's Fancies, Poems, by Browning. 1884 6447

Fermentation, by Duclaux. 1884 992M

by Schiitzenberger. 1886 362R

See also Tyndall's Floating Matter, so/R. Ure's Dictionary, j~D, &c.

FERN Book for Everybody, by Cooke, colored illustrations 6ooQ

Garden, or Fern Culture made Easy, by Hibberd, ill. 1877 .... 84R
- Paradise, by Heath, illustrated. 1878 76;F

Fernery and Aquarium, Handbook to the, by Martin and Weston. I3OR

Ferns and Trees, by Heath, illustrated. 1879 601 Q

British and Foreign, by Smith, illustrated. 1877 66R

- by Bosanquet, illustrated. 1855 599Q

Francis, revised by Henfrey. 1855 769!*"

Newman, illustrated 848Z

- Flues, colored plates. 1866 377R

Synopsis of, by Hooker and Baker. 1868 768F

See also Bentham's British Flora, 8oi-2F. Church's Home Grounds, 947M.

Cooke's Woodlands, 622Q. Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 647(3. Tay-
lor's Mountain and Moor, 625(3. Boy's Own Annual [British], v. 8,
2958.7. Botany, Vegetation, &c.

Fern (Fanny [Mrs. Sarah Paysan]). See Fiction Class List following the General
Catalogue.

Fernley Lectures 8240

Lecture of 1873. Holy Catholic Church, the Communion of Saints, by

Gregory.

Lecture of 1884. Universal Mission of the Church of Christ, by Hellien
Lecture of 1885.^ Methodism in the Light of the Early Church, by Slater.

Feron (J.), Treatise on Farriery. 1810 53D

Ferreira (A.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 473!), &c.
Ferrier (J. W.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Ferrier (Miss, Scotch Novelist, b. 1782, d. 1854). See Fiction Class List following
the General Catalogue.

Ferrol [Cruise of H.M.S. Bacchante] 786K

Ferry (Jules, French Republican Journalist, b. 1832). See King's Political

Leaders, 6596, &c.
Festivals and Fasts, Collects and Prayers for, by Nelson. 1773.... 422M

Games and Amusements, Ancient and Modern, by Smith. 1831 868Z

&c., by Smith. 1847 H26Z

of the Indians [Domenech's America] 693K

See also Knight's Pictorial Bible, Too-4M. Jeaffreson's Bridals, gS^U, &c.

Festus, a Poem, by Bailey. 1884 772M

Fetichism. See Keary's Primitive Beliefs, zoiK. Stanford's Compendium of

Geography, 849!?., &c.
Feudalism, British and Continental, by Bell. 1852 2320

[Freeman's Norman Conquest] 201-5!!

[Green's English People] 189-90!!

See also Dew's Ancient and Modern History, ssH. May's Democracy,

38-gH. Poole's Index to Periodical Literature, R.L.
Fever. See Abercromby's Seas and Skies, 843^ Thomson's Sick Room, &c.,

834M. Disease, Medicine, &c.

Pibres. See Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, 70, &c.
Fichte (J. G., German Metaphysician, b. 1762, d. 1814), by Adam-
son [Philosophical Classics for English Readers]. 1881 IO28Q

also Lewes' Philosophy, 572H. Chambers, v. 3, 19237. Saturday Re-
view, v. 54, R.L., &c.



See



FICTION. (For the sake of convenience, all works of English Fiction
have been brought together and placed at the end of the English
Section of the Catalogue. The French Fiction, being similarly
treated, at the end of the French Section. All works whose

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FIG ENGLISH SECTION. FIE

FICTION (continued.}

authors are known are catalogued ^lnder both author and
title ; where not known under title only. In this class it has
been thotight best to make the fullest entry under t/ie title, to
allow for double columns wider author, in order to save
space. )

Fiction, History of Prose Fiction, from Sir T. Malory to George

Eliot [1485-1880], by Tuckerman. 1882 II26H

by Dunlop. 1845 I2;D

Masterpieces of, by eminent Authors 556D

[W. Irving. Sedgwick. Cottin. St. Pierre. Dr. Johnson].

See also Harper's Index, i64oja. Poole's Index to Periodical Litera-

ture, R.L. Wright's England [Middle Ages], 790, &c.

Fiddle [Sandy's History of the Violin]. 1864 93iD

Fiddles, All about [Boy's Own Annual], vol. 4. 1882 2954}

See also Violins, Music, &c.

Fidelity. See Percy Anecdotes, 9257, &c.

Field and Fold, Popular Exposition of Agriculture, by Sidney [R.T.S.] 74iZ
and Lane, by Wood [S. P. C.K.], illustrated. 1879 624(3

Book, an Encyclopaedia of Sports or Pastimes, and Dictionary of

Terms, &c 93iF

Botany, by Manton, illustrated. 1882 39Z

Flowers. See Flowers, Botany, &c.

Games. See Cassell's Pastimes, 1262!!. Crawley's Handbooks, 1144-54^!.

Field Book, g^iF. Games, Pastimes, Sports, &c.

Field (G., Art Critic, b. 1777, d. 1854), Chromatography ; a Trea-
tise on Colours and Pigments. 1841 862D

Rudiments of the Painter's Art ; or a Grammar of Colouring,

applicable to Operative Painting, Decorative Architecture,

and the Arts, illustrated. 1850 362T

Field, (H. M. American Presbyterian, brother of Cyrus Field, b. 1822),

D.D., History of the Atlantic Telegraph. 1866 53iR

Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Field (J., Chaplain of Berkshire Gaol, b. 1812), Life of Howard,

abridged [S.P.C.K.] 9830

Field (K.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6 4 oja.

Field (M. B.), Memories of Many Men and of some Women. 1875 6470

Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Field (M. C.). See Griswold's Poets of America, 463D, &c.

Fields (J. T.), Yesterdays with Authors. 1881 10520

See also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Poets of America, 4680, &c.
Fielden Family. See Fortunes Made in Business, I032F.

Fielden (H. W.), Natural History Notes [Nares' Polar Seas] 672-3K

Fielding (H., Novelist, b. 1707, d. 1754), Essay on Conversation, &c. I797Z

Plays, and Jonathan Wild I795Z

Miscellanies: Increase of Robbers, &c. 1824 I796Z

Works of, with an Essay on the Life and Genius of the Author,

by Arthur Murphy, 12 vols, 1783 :

Vol. i. Essay on the Life and Genius of Fielding. Love in Several
Masks, a Comedy. Temple Beau, a Comedy. Author's Farce ;
with a Puppetshow called the Pleasures of the Town. The
Lottery, a Farce. . . . , 46oX

Vol. 2. Coffee-House Politician ; or the Justice caught in his own Trap,
a Comedy. Tragedy of Tragedies ; or, Life and Death of Tom
Thumb the Great. Letter Writers, a New Way to keep a Wife
at Home, a Farce. Grub-Street Opera. Modern Husband, a
Comedy : 46iX

[2451



FIE GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. FIJ

Fielding (H.), Works of, &c. (continued.)

Vol. 3. Mock Doctor ; or, The Dumb Lady Cured, a Comedy. Covent
Garden Tragedy. The Debauchees ; or. The Jesuit Caught, a
Comedy. The Miser, a Comedy. Intriguing Chambermaid, a
Comedy. Don Quixote in England, a Comedy. Old Man
Taught Wisdom, a Farce ..................................... 462X

Vol. 4. Universal Gallant ; or, The Different Husbands, a Comedy.
Pasquin, a Dramatic Satyr on the Times. Historical Register
for 1836. Eurydice, a Farce. Eurydice Hiss'd ; or, A Word to
the Wise. Tumble-Down Dick ; or, Phaeton in the Suds.
Miss Lucy in Town. Wedding Day, a Comedy. The Fathers. ^X

Vol. 5. - History of Jonathan Wild. Journey from this World to the Next. 464X

Vol. 6. History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews, and his Friend Mr.
Abraham Adams .............................................



Vols, 7-9. History of Tom Jones, a Foundling. Philosophical Trans-
actions for 1742-3. First Olynthiae of Demosthenes. Of the
Remedy of Affliction for the Loss of our Friends. Dialogue
between Alexander the Great and Diogenes the Cynic. An
Interlude between Jupiter, Juno, Apollo, and Mercury. The
True Patriot. Jacobites' Journal ............................. 466-8X

Vols. lo-n. Amelia. Enquiry into the Causes of the late Increase of
Robbers, &c., with some Proposals for Remedying this Growing
Evil ......................................................... 4 69- 7 oX

Vol. 12. Essay on Conversation. Essay on the Knowledge of the Charac-
ters of Men. Covent Garden Journal. Charge to the Grand
Jury of Westminster, June 29, 1749. Journal of a Voyage to
Lisbon. Fragments of a Comment on Lord Bolingbroke's
Essays ...................................... ............... . . 47 iX

Fielding (H.), by Dobson [Eng. Men of Letters]. 1883 ............ io68O

- Life of, by Lawrence. 1855 ...................................... ; ...... 6480

See also Scott's Novelists, 10137. Stephen's Hours in a Library, no4R.

New English Theatre. Chambers, v. 34, I954J. Fraser, v. 57, 667 J, &c.
Fiesole. See Howell's Tuscan Cities, 6746, &c.
Fifteen Thousand miles on the Amazon and its Tributaries, by Brown

and Lidstone, illustrated. 1878 ..................................... 797K

Fig, The. See Kitto's Palestine, 6ioB. Fruits, &c.

Fighting Quakers : A true Story of the War for Our Union, by Du-

ganne. 1 866 .............................................................. 4150

Figueroa (F. De). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.
Figuier (Louis, French Chemist, b. 1819), Mammalia, Popularly

Described by Typical Species, illustrated. 1870 ............... 723F

their various Forms and Habits, popularly illustrated by

Typical Species, adapted by Wright, illustrated .................. 5 1 R

- The Insect World ; a popular account of the Orders of Insects,

together with a description of the Habits and Economy of
some of the most Interesting Species, edited by Martin,
illustrated . 1872 ......................................................... 90 R

- Vegetable World ; a History of Plants with their Structure
and Peculiar Properties, adapted from the work of Louis
Figuier, illustrated ...................................................... 78R

- World before the Deluge ; the Geological Portion revised by
Bristow, illustrated ..................................................... 686D

Figure, The. See Art Journal, vol n, R.L. Calisthenics, Physiology, &c.

Figure Painters of Holland, by Gower [Great Artists]. 1880 ......... 11230

Figures, How to Draw [96 Graduated Studies from Life] ............... 9i8D

Fiji, At Home in, by Gumming, illustrated. 1882 ........................ 77oK

- Islands, with a few remarks on the Labour Trade, by the Earl of

Pembroke [Temple Bar Magazine, v. 36] ...................... J366J



FIJ ENGLISH SECTION. FIR

Fiji. Sec also Abercromby's Seas and Skies, 843K. Boddam Whetham's Pacific,
79<5K. Coote's Wanderings, 8ioK. Cruise of H. M.S. Bacchante, 786K.
Pritchard's Polynesian Reminiscences, 767!^, &c.



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