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See also International Policy, 332H.

Harrison (Jennie). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Harrison (J.), D.D., Answer to Dr. Pusey's Challenge, respecting

the Doctrine of the Real Presence, 2 vols. 1871 555-6A

Harrison (J., Clockmaker, b. 1693, d. 1776). See Smiles' Inventions, H72R, &c.
Harrison (W. H., General, b. 1773, d. 1841.) See Eggleston's United States,

42iH, &c.

Harrogate. See Granville's Spas, c., 35iK, &c.

Harrow and Eton, Rambles Around, by Rimmer, illustrated. 1882.. I347R
Harrow. See Boys' Annual [Recollections of], I302H. Blackwood' [Harrow

School], v. 94 and 96, 164 and i66J.
Harrowby (Lord). See Thornton's Foreign Secretaries, 207H, &c.

Harry, a Poem, by Mrs. Hart. 1877 i$55Z

Hart (H. M.), M.A., World of the Sea, translated and enlarged from

Tandon's Le Monde de la Mer, illustrated 755 and 8c>7F

Hart (J.)- See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760.

Hart (Mrs.), Harry, a Poem. 1877 I&55Z

Harte (Francis Bret, American Humourist, l>. 1839), Poetical Works of i6i2Z
See also Harper's Index, i64oja. Scribner, v. 6, 1856.7. Temple Bar, v. 30,

i36gj. Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue, &c.
Harte (W., Poet and Historian, b. 1700, d. 1774.) See Dana's Household Book

of Poetry, .J/6D, &c.


Harting(J. E.), F.L.S., Our Summer Migrants, An Account of the
Migratory Birds which pass the Summer in the British Islands,
illustrated. 1877 5 8R

Hartington (Lord, Statesman, b. 1833). See Lucy's Two Parliaments, 316-7!!.
Poole's Index, R.L., &c.

Hartley (Mrs. 13.), Works of. Sec Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Hartley (Miss F.), Ladies' Handbook of Fancy and Ornamental

Work, illustrated

Hartley (W. N.), F.C.S., Air and its Relations to Life, illus. 1875 i66R

Water, Air, and Disinfectants [S. P. C.K. Manuals of Health] I435 Z

Hartwig (G.), Arctic Regions [Sunbeam Library, vol i]. 1882 347B

Subterranean World, illustrated. 1875 68 7 D

The Aerial World, or Phenomena of the Atmosphere. 1874 7 8 3L>

The Sea and its Living Wonders, illustrated. 1873 757F

The Tropical World, illustrated. 1877 75 8F

Hartz Mountains, Saxon Switzerland, &c., Romantic Regions, by

Andersen, translated by Beckwith. 1848 1484]*

See also Harper, v. 47, 1627 J, &c.

Harvard University. See Scribner, v. 12, i862j, c.

Harvest Home. See Brand's Antiquities, icos-6M, &c.

Harvest of a Quiet Life, Leisure Thoughts for Busy Lives [by

Vernon], R.T.S '.

Harvest of the Sea, Fisheries and Fisher Folk, by Bertram, ill. 1873

Harvey (Capt. T. P., of Guernsey). See Sarnia, p. 95, 14160.

Harvey (W., Physiologist, l>. 1578, d. 1657), and his Discovery of

the Circulation of the Blood, by Willis. 1878 312?

Harvey (Hon. W. H., Irish Botanist, b. 1814, d. 1864), Manual of

the British Algae. 1841 77oD

Harvey (W. H.), M.D., The Seaside Book, being an introduction to

the Natural History of the British Coasts. 1857 i868Z

Harvey (Mrs.), Turkish Harems and Christian Homes. 1871

Harwood (Annie). See Reuss (E.).

Harwood (G. ), The Coming Democracy. 1 882

Harwood (J.), Memoirs of the Right Hon. Henry, Lord Brougham

Harwood (J. B.). See Fiction Class List following the Ger eral Catalogue.

Hasell (E. J.), Calderon [Foreign Classics for Eng. Readers]. 1879. 11740

- Tasso [Foreign Classics for English Readers]. 1882 11840

Haselrig (Sir A., Republican, d. 1660). See Stoughton's Religion in England,


Haslam (W.), B.A., Perran-Zatmloe, with an Account of the Past

and Present State of the Oratory of St. Piran in the Sands. 678T
Hasluck (P. N.), The Model Engineers' Handbook, a Practical

Manual on Model Steam Engines, illustrated. 1889 ll62M

Hassan (Caliph, b. 625, d. 669). 6V*? Mahomet's Successors, 10070..
Hassard (A.), Floral Decorations for the Dwelling House, a Prac-
tical Guide to the Home Arrangements of Plants and

Flowers, illustrated. 1875 77^

Hassencamp (R.), History of Ireland, from the Reformation to the

Union, translated by Robinson. 1888 277H

Hastings. See Burrows' Cinque Ports, i665R. Granville's Spas, &c., 35sK.

Land We Live In, 4646., &c.

Hastings, Battle of. See Adams' Battles, 2410. Blackwood, v. 5, R.L.
Hastings (A. & E. A.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.
Hastings (Warren, Governor-General of India, b. 1732, d. 1818). Sec Burke's
Works, 6n-2R. Cassell's India, 228D. Hunter's Indian Empire,
48sK. Blackwood, v. 34, R.L., &c.

Hat Manufacture. See Chambers, v. 32, 1942 J ; v. 36, IQ44J \ v. 56, ig56J. Dodd's
Manufactures, 14872. Once a Week, ' v. 25, 2285^ Ure's Dic-
tionary of Arts and Manufactures, 70, &c.


Hatch (E.), D.D., Growth of Church Institutions. 1887 I2I3M

Hatching. See Doyle's Poultry, 825F. Eggs and Chickens, sssQ. Fowl,

Poultry, &c.

Hatfield, a Day at. See Timbs' Works, SssZ. Poole's Index, R.L, &c.
Hatherley (W. Page Wood, Baron, Lord Chancellor, b. 1801, d.

1881), A Memoir and Correspondence of, edited by Stephens. 695-60
Hatton (Sir C., Lord Chancellor, b. 1540, d. 1591), Life and Times

of, by Nicolas. 1847

See also Froude's England, 201-30, c.

Hatton (J., Journalist, <rv., b. 1837), and Keane (A. II.) Eds.,

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

See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Hauff (W., German Poet and Novelist, b. 1802, d. 1827), Hauffs
Stories, A First German Reading Book for Schools, edited
by Mullins and Storr. 1879 301 R

.. . See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Haughton (G. C., Irish Orientalist, b. 1789, d. 1849), M.A., Ma-

nava-Dherma-Sastra; or The Institutes of Menu, 2 vols. 1825 63-4A

Haunted Homes and Family Traditions of Great Britain, by Ingram. 9O5-6M

Houses, c. See Mackay's Delusions, 904 M. Unseen World, 2i2Q. All

the Year Round, v. 2, 1762]. Black wood [Haunted and the Haunters],

v. 86, is6J. Chambers [Haunted People], v. o, 1928.7, &c.

Haunts of Nature, by Worsley-Benison. 1889 2IO9K

Havana. See Froude's West Indies, 834K. Tyng's Tropics, &c., i643R. All

the Year Round, v. 15, 1775]- Chambers, v. 48, i95oj. Harper

[Street Scenes in], v. 58, 1631.7, &c.

Havard (H.), Dead Cities of the Zuyder Zee, a Voyage to the Pic-
turesque Side of Holland, translated by A. Wood, ill. 1875 463K

Picturesque Holland, a Journey in the Provinces of Friesland,

Groningen, Drenthe, &c., illustrated. 1876 447 and 448K

Havelock (Sir H., Celebrated General during Indian Mutiny, b.

1795, d. 1857), K.C.B., Memoirs of, by Marshman. 1860... 6970
and Colin Campbell, by Phillips [World's Workers]. 1885 11450

See also Adam's England at War, iggH. Cassell's India, 228-gD. Holmes'

Indian Mutiny, 47oH. Good Words, v, i, 2i7iJ.- Living Age, v. 65,

309sJ. Poole's Index to Periodical Literature. Christian Biography,

14410, &c.

Haven (A. B. and G.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja, &c.
Havergal (F. R., Poetess, b. 1836, d. 1879), Poetical Works, 2 vols. 7OI-2M

Swiss Letters and Alpine Poems. 1881 1441 R

by Alldridge [World's Workers]. 1887 11520

Memorials of, by her Sister. 1880 6980

Havers (Miss Dora). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Haviland (A.), Climate, Weather, and Disease. 1855 1920

Havre. See Cassell's Franco-German War, 456-76. France, &c.

Hawaii, Kingdom of, Fire Fountains, &c., by Gumming, ill. 1883... 768-gK

. See also Bodham-Whetam's Pacific, 7g6K.

Hawaiian Archipelago, Six Months among the Palm Groves, Coral

Reefs, &c., of the Sandwich Islands, by Bird, ill. 1876 l65oR

Islands. See also Coote's Wanderings, 8ioK. Scribner, v. 2, i852J, &:c.

Hawarden Castle. See Howson's River Dee, 8s8K. Rimmer's Old Country

Towns, I34QR. Gladstone, &c.
Haweis (H. R., Rector of Slanghan, b. 1838) American Humourists,

Lectures delivered at the Royal Institution 4820

[W. Irving. Holmes. Lowell. Ward. Twain. Harte.]
Arrows in the Air. 1878 972R

Gladstone on Christianity. Pius IX. The Confessional. The Chief
Good. Money and Morals. Shakspere and the Stage. War. Cyprus.
Air, Dinner. Alms. Doctors and Sunday Recreation for the People, &c.


Haweis (H. R.), Christ and Christianity, 1886-7 :

Vol. i. The Light of The Ages [Asia, Africa, and Europe] .............. n&2M

Vol. 2. The Story of The Four [Evangelists] ............................ uSsM

Vol. 3. The Picture of Jesus [The Master] .......... s ................... n84M

Vol. 4. The Picture of Paul [The Disciple] ........................... u8 5 M

Vol. 5. The Conquering Cross [The Church] ............................ n86M

- Current Coin [Pulpit Discourses, &c.]. 1877 ........................ 974^

Materialism. The Devil. Crime. Pauperism. Drunkenness. Emotion.
Recreation, &c.

- Music and Morals ........................................................... 975R

- My Musical Life. 1884 ................................................... "74R

- Pet, or Pastimes and Penalties [a story for children]

Poets in the Pulpit [Addresses on the Poets]. 1880
, Tenn

Longfellow, Tennyson, Browning, Keble, Herbert, Wordsworth.

Winged Words, or Truth Re-told. 1885 I923R

[Parents. Children. Friends. Love. Marriage. Health. Influences.
Divine Unknown. Sacrifice. Unfettered Clergy, &c.]

Haweis (Mrs. H. R., wife of above), Art of Beauty. 1878 972R

Haweis (T., Theologian, b. 1734, d. 1820), LL.D. See Milner's History of the

Church, 408 A.
Hawii. See Hawaii.
Hawk, The. See Cornhill [Hawks and Modern Falconry], v. n, 2917. Jardine's

Naturalists' Library, 644 and 654Q. Stonehenge's Rural Sports

[Hawking], 68iT, &c.
Hawke (E. H., Lord-Admiral, b. 1715, d. 1781). See Yonge's British Navy,

302H, &c.

Hawkes ( H. ), Recollections of John Pounds. 1884 93oO

Hawkesbury (Lord, JSarl of Liverpool, Statesman, b. 1770, d. 1828). See Thorn-
ton's Foreign Secretaries, 2O7H, &c.
Hawkesworth (J., Essayist, b. 1715, d. 1773), LL.D. and others,

The Adventurer [British Essayists]. 1826 879H and 29-3iT

Hawkins (B. W.), The Age of Dragons [Science Lectures for the

People]. 1879-80 I94R

Hawkins (Edward). See Burgon's Twelve Good Men, 66oF. Poole's Index,


Hawkins (Sir J., Navigator, b. 1520, d. 1789). See Adam's Heroes, 978*3, c.
Hawkins (W. B.), M.A., The Practice of Christian Graces, or the

Whole Duty of Man, &c. 1842 I244M

Hawks (F. L.). See Uncle Philip.

Hawthorne (J., Novelist). See Fiction Class List following the General

Hawthorne (N., American Poet and Novelist, b. 1804, d. 1864),

Life of Franklin Pierce, President of the United States. 1853 24iZ

by James [English Men of Letters]. 1879 10720

Memoir of, by Page. 1872 /ooO

and his Wife : A Biography, by Julian Hawthorne 1336-70

See also Cornhill, v. 23, 3037 ; v. 26, 3o6J. Field's Authors, 10520. Harper's

Index, i64oja. Macmillan, v. 19, 949J. Stephen's Hours in a Library,
iio2R. Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue, c.

Hawtrey (Louisa), Castle Cornet, or the Island's Troubles in the

Troublous Times [S.P.C.K.] I499O

See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

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

Hay. See Farmer's Encyclopaedia, zoD. Quarterly [and Ensilage], v. 156, I286J.
Agriculture, Farming, &c. - -.-

Hay-Fevor. See Nature, v. 10, 26707, &c.

Hay (D. R., Scotch Art Decorator, l>..,i^gS, d. 1866), Harmonious

Colouring adapted to Interio^Decorations, &c. 1836 9040

Hay (J. H. D.), Western Barbary, I$s' Wild Tribes, &c. 1844. 8030. and I2QIR

Hay (J.), Works of. See Harper's Index;' 1640 j a. > rf* AS* .

Hay (Mary Cecil). See Fiction Class List following" the General Catalogue.

Hay (W. D.), Brighter Britain ! .or Settler and Maori in New Zea-
land, 2 vols. 1882 '... .,....;........ 774-SK


Hayden (Prof. F. V., American Geologist, b. 1829), and Selwyn
(A. R. C.), Joint Eds., North America [Stanford's Compen-
dium], Maps and Illustrations. 1883

Haydn (F. J., German musical composer, b. 1732, d. 1809), by Town-
send [Hueffer's Great Musicians]. 1884 12220

See also Naumann's Music, gagD. Rockstro's History of Music, S3sH.

Ty tier's Musical Composers, 86oO. Poole's Index, R.L. Argosy
[First Love of], v. 12, 12], &c.
Haydn's Dictionary of Popular Medicine and Hygiene, edited by

Lankester, illustrated 91 iK

Dictionaries of Biography, Dates, &c., are in the Reference Library.

Hay don (B. R., Historical Painter, b. 1786. Committed Suicide, 1846). See
Frith's Reminiscences, 6is-i6Fa. Edinburgh Review [Life of], v. 98,
45 8J, &c.

Haydon s Correspondence and Table Talk, with a Memoir by

His Son, illustrated, 2 vols. 1876 3H-5l ?

Hayes (A. F., Junr., and I. I.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Hayes (E.), Ed., Ballads of Ireland, illustrated, 2 vols 769-7oM

Haygarth (H. W.), Bush Life in Australia. 1850 8190

Hayley (W., Friend of Cowper, b. 1745, d. 1820), Poetical Works

of, 3 vols. 1785 270-20,

See also Jones' Poets, 662M, &c.

Hayne (P. H.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Hayter (C. ), Perspective, Practical Geometry, Drawing, Mixture of

Colours, &c. 1832 9270

Hayti, Brief Notices of, by Candler. 1842 i649R

See also Blackwood, v. 4, R.L., &c.

Hayward (A., Translator, 1). 1803, d. 1884), Q.C., Eminent States-
men and Writers, &c., 2 vols. 1880 :
Vol. i. Thiers, Bismarck, Cavour, Metternich, Montalembert, Melbourne,

Wellesley 2 4 8F

Vol. 2. Se'vigne', Saint Simon, Deffand, Byron and Tennyson, Republic

of Venice 2 4QF

Goethe [Foreign Classics for English Readers] . ii88O and 222Z

Lord Chesterfield : his Life, Character and Opinions, and George

Selwyn : his Life and Times [Travellers' Library]. 1854 ... I276R
Hayward (W. S.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Hazard (S.), Annals of Pennsylvania, from the Discovery of the

Delaware [1609-1682]. 1850 5*511

Hazeltine (M. W.), British and American Education Compared

[Harper's Series]. 1880

- Chats about Books, Poets and Novelists. 1883 977R

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

Hazlitt (W., Essayist and Critic, b. 1778, d. 1830), Characters of

Shakespeare's Plays. 1854 639T

Lectures on the English Poets. 1819 962!!

and the English Comic Writers, edited by
W. C. Hazlitt. 1880 749R

Poetry in General. Chaucer and .Spenser. Shakespeare and Milton.
Dryden and Pope. Thomson and Cowper. Swift. Young. Gay.
Collins, &c. Burns and the Old English Ballads. Modern Poets :
Campbell, Byron, Moore, Scott, Wordsworth, c. Wit and Humour.
Shakespeare and Ben Jonson. Cowley, Butler, Suckling, Etherege,
&c. Wycherley, Congreve, Vanbrugh and Farquhar. The Essayists.
Novelists. Works of Hogarth. Comic Writers of the Last Century.

- Literature of the Age of Elizabeth, and Character of
Shakespear's Plays. 1880 748R

Plain Speaker ; Opinions on Books, Men and Things, edited by

W. C. Hazlitt. 1870 75oR

- Round Table, a Collection of Essays on Literature, Men and

Manners, edited by W. C. Hazlitt. 1871 747 R



Hazlitt (W.), Table Talk, Essays on Men and Manners, edited by

W. C. Hazlitt. 1876 .............................................. 75iR

Pleasure of Painting. Genius and Common Sense. Character of Cobbett.

Indian Jugglers. Thought and Action. Sir Joshua Reynolds.

Milton's Sonnets. Aristocracy of Letters. Corporate Bodies :

Patronage and Puffing. Fear of Death, &c.
- See also Blackwood, v. 17, R.L. Cornhill, v. 31, snj. Cunningham's

Eminent Englishmen, 28F. Stephen's Hours in a Library, nosR, &c.
Head, The. See Fraser [Dresses and Hair], v. 82, 6g2j. Once a Week [Hits on

the Head], v. 25, 228sJ. Warner's Physical Expression, 3^R. Phren-

ology, Physiology, &c.
Head (Sir Francis Bond, Soldier and Essayist, b. 1793, d. 1 %7S)> Bart.,

A Faggot of French Sticks, 2 vols. 1852 ........................ I394R

- A Narrative [Canadian Government, 1832-8]. 1839 ............... 244H

- Journeys Across the Pampas and Andes ............ 374O, 794Q and I28;R

- Life of Bruce, the African Traveller ........................ 1044(3 and J 9 6Z

- Stokers and Pokers, or the London and North Western Railway,

The Electric Telegraph and the Railway Clearing House HI7R

- The Emigrant [Political History affecting the relation of England,

United States, Canada, &c.]. 1847 .............................. i627R

- See also Quarterly [The Emigrant], v. 88, i2i3J. Fiction Class List follow-

ing the General Catalogue.
Head (Sir G., brother of the above, b. 1782, d. 1855), Forest Scenes

in the Wilds of North America. 1829 ...........................

- See also Quarterly [Forest Scenes in Canada], v. 42, ii72j.

Head (P. R.), Van Dyck [Great Artists]. 1879 ........................... III2O

- and Poynter (E. J.), R.A., Classic and Italian Painting [Il-

lustrated Text Books of Art]. 1880 ............................. io8oM

Headley (Joel T., American Writer, b. 1814), Works of. See Harper's Index,
i64oja. Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue, &c.

Headship of Christ and the Rights of the Christian People, by

Hugh Miller. 1875 ................................................... 8ioR

Headsmen. See All the Year Round [Hereditary], v. 8, I768J.

Healing Art, The, or Chapters upon Medicine, &c., 2 vols, 1887... 929-oK

- See also Health, Hospitals, Medicine, Nursing, &c.

HEALTH Works relating to : (See also Climate, Disease,

Exercise, Hygiene, Medicine, Physiology, Sanitation, &c.)
Health and Education, by C. Kingsley. 1874 ..................... 998R

- Happiness, Letters on, by Beecher. 1856 .................. I462Z

- Life, by Richardson. 1878 ........................ ; .............. 140 iZ

- - See also Timbs' Works, 8 55 Z.

- Bazar Book of. 1873 ................................................ I4D9Z

Nursery. Bedroom. Parlour. Dining-Room. Library.. Kitchen. Sick-
room, &c.

- by Smith. 1874 ........................................................ 234R

- Dangers to, a Pictorial Guide to Domestic Sanitary Defects,

by Teale. 1881 .................................................. 92oK

- Domestic Management of the Sick Room, by Thomson. 1841 834M

- First Lessons on, by Berners. 1872 .............................. I467Z

- for the Household ..................................................... I42IZ

- Haunts of the Riviera and South-West of France. 1881 ...... 8ioQ

- in the House, by Buckton. 1876 .................................... I444Z

in the Workshop, by Lakeman. 1884 ........................... 99iM

- Lectures delivered in Manchester [1878-1879 and 1882-188331438-92
e, c.,

[ 3 2I]

Long Life, Consumption, Drainage, c., I438Z. Food, Poisons, Clothing,
Cookery, &c.,


HEALTH Works relating to (continued.}

Health. Lectures delivered in Manchester [1875-78] 1405^

On Sanitary Reform. Foul Air and Lung Disease. Indigestion. The

Household. Pure Air. Clothing. Healthy Skin. Why Little ChiU

dren Die. Adulteration of Food, &c.

Laws of Nature. See Oswald's Physical Education, 994!^.

Maintenance of, by Fothergill. 1874 824M

Manuals, by Chaumont, Richardson, &c. [S.P.C.K.] : 1432-52

Habitation, 14342. Health and Occupation, 14322. Personal Care of

Health, 14332. Water, Air, &c., 14352.

Our Duty in Relation to, by Poorc. 1 884 99oM

People's Guide to, by Stables. 1887 995M

Philosophy of, by Smith, 2 vols. 1851 14OI-2Z

Resorts and their Uses, by Yeo. 1882 84iM

Studies, by Paterson. 1880 498-9T

Lectures by Patterson. 1880 I4O4Z

The Common Health, Essays for Every Day Readers, by

Richardson. 1887 843M

Work and Play, Suggestions, by Acland. 1856 18442

i See also Bennet's Nutrition, giSK. Brenner's Gymnastics for Ladies,

togs i 1 '. Browne's What Girls Can Do, gSoM.. Cornell's Clergymen's
ind Students' Health, gisR. Francis' Change of Climate, 825M.
Girls' Book, I257H. Moorman's Mineral Waters, 827M. Seeley's

Factors in Life, 844^. Timbs' Works [Death and Life], 8542. All
the Year Round [in Town and Country], v. 12, 172]. Blackwood
[and Longevity], v. 23, R.L. Contemporary [Little Health for
Ladies], v. 31, 20417. Cornhill, v. 3, 2837 ; [Relation of Food to],
v. 4, 2847 ; [Training in Relation to], v. 9, 289 J. Fortnightly [Pub-
lic], v. 23, 2H3J. Gentleman's Magazine [and Learning], v. 20,
74oJ ; [Dress in Relation to], v. 24, 744!. Good Words [of Body and
Mind], v. 7, 2I77J ; [Science of], v. 14, 2i84j. Harper [Resorts],
v. 58, i638J. Temple Bar [and Education], v. 4, 1334}. Lubbock's
Pleasures of Life, igoSRa. Winged Words, ig23R. Medicine,
Bathing, Exercise, Mineral Waters, &c.
Healths, Drinking of. See Brand's Antiquities, ioo6M, c.
Healthy and Unhealthy Houses in Town and Country, by Eassie. ... 992M

Furniture and Decoration, by Edis. 1884 9&9M

Nurseries and Bedrooms, including the Lying-in Room, by Mrs.

Gladstone. 1884 99iM

Schools, by Paget. 1884 99iM

Heaphy (C.), Narrative of a Residence in various Parts of New
Zealand. 1842

Hearing, See Bernstein's Five Senses, 363R. Brown's Science for All, 6286.
Edinburgh Review [Gough on], v. 2, 362 J. Good Words [in Animals],
v. 5, 21757. Harper [Preservation of], v. 60, i64oj. Nature [in In-
sects and Birds], v. 15, 2675 J, &c.

Heart and Blood. See Brown's Science for All, 6296.

Diseases of the. See Fortnightly [and the Brain], v. i, 20917. Nature

[Labouring Force of], v. i, 2661]. Scribner [Effect of], v.4, 18547.

Medicine, &c.

Hearts' Ease in Hearts' Trouble, by Bunyan. 1 827 1 8K

HEAT a Mode of Motion, by J. Tyndall. 1880 5O9R

a Simple Treatise on, by Williams, illustrated. 1880 , 477R

and Light, Relation of [Lardner's Lectures] 757D

See also Brown's Science for All, 627 B. Cassell's Pastimes, 1262*1. Cassell's

Popular Educator, 164-90. Baseband's Natural Philosophy, 8250.
English Mechanic, v. 47. Guillemin's Applications of Physical Forces,
I59D. Guillemin's Forces of Nature, 1580. Lardner's Lectures, 7560.
Lardner's Natural Philosophy, 468 and 476 R. Lockyer's Spectrum
Analysis, 377R. Ure's Dictionary, gD. All the Year Round [is Heat
Motion ?], v. 13, 1773.1. Chambers, v. 17, 19367. Contemporary [and
Living Matter], v. 24, 20347. Edinburgh Review [Dynamical Theory
of], v. 119, 479J. Nature [Radiant], v. 7, 26677 ; [Thermal Energy],
v. 12, 26727, &c.



Heat-regulator. See lire's Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, jD,

Heath (F. G., Botanist, b. 1843), Autumnal Leaves. 1881 8sR

Our Woodland Trees. 1878 7?oF

Peasant Life in the West of England. 1880 I329H

Sylvan Winter, illustrated. 1886 I274Q

The Fern Paradise, illustrated. 1878 76/8-

Trees and Ferns, illustrated. 1879 6olF

Ed. , Gilpin's Forest Scenery, illustrated. 1879 88R

Heath (R.), Edgar Quinet, his Early Life and Writings. 1881 469?

Reformation in France from the Dawn of Reform to the Revoca-

tion of the Edict of Nantes [Church History Series, R.T.S.]

2 vols. 1886 I2I8-9M

Heath (R. F.) Albrecht Durer [Great Artists]. iSSi 10960

Titian [Great Artists]. 1879 iiiiO

Heathen, Propagation of Christianity among the, by Brown. 1854 264-6A

Gods and Goddesses. See Grant's Mysteries, 8Q4F, &c.

Heathenism. See Keary's Primitive Belief, loiK. Contemporary [and Chris-
tianity], v. 29, 2039J. Quarterly [Downfall of], v. 57, n87j. Idolatry,
Missionaries, Religion, &c.
Heather (J. F.), M.A., Treatise on Mathematical Instruments [Weale

Series], illustrated. 1851 7ioQ

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