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- Twenty-one Years' Work in the Holy Land [1865-1886]. 10090
- See also Burton's Private Journal, 1491 R. Kitto's Palestine, 6ioB.

Oliphant's Gilead, 793 K. Thomson's Land and the Book, 401 A.

Canaan, Jerusalem, Palestine, c.

Holy Living and Dying, Life of Christ, &c., by Taylor, 2 vols. 1825 138-gM

Holy Scripture Verified, by Redfor-d. 1853 ................... . ............ : logM

Extracts from the Works of Travellers illustrative of

[S.P.C.K.]. 1841 ................................................... .. I472Z

Sec also Scriptures, Bible, &c.

Holy War and Pilgrim's Progress, by Bunyan .............................. 1 24Q

- by Bunyan ........................................................ ipR and 11412

Holyrood Palace. See Roger's Scotland, 949-51*^. Edinburgh, &c.
Holy well. See Rimmer's Old Country Towns, i34gR, &c.
Homburg and Gaming. See Bellow's Europe, isgSR, &c.

HOME Amenities [Appleton's Home Books.] 1882 ..................... 945M

- by Valentine ............................... .. ......................... . ... 976M

Amusements, by M. E. W. S. [Appleton's Home Books]. 1881 949M

- Decoration, by Runtz-Rees [Appleton's Home Books]. iSSi ... 943M

- Duties [Young Ladies' Treasure Book] ................................. !3iD

Education, by Isaac Taylor. 1851 ...................................... 332R

- Furnishing, by Church [Appleton's Home Books] .................. 945^1

- Garden, by Church [Appleton's Home Books]. 1881 ............ 947^1

- Grounds, by Oakey [Appleton's Home Books]. 1881 ............ 94SM

- in its Relation to Man and to Society, by Brown. 1883 ......... 634M

- Life of English Ladies in the XVII. Century. 1860 ............... 88sM

[Evelyn Family, Lady Warwick, Learned Ladies, &c.]

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HOM GUILLE'ALLES LIBRARY. HOtf



Home [Lubbock's Pleasures of Life] ............ ..

- Pets. See Cassell's Pastimes, 1262!!. Young Ladies' Treasure Book, i3iD.

- Teaching, Hints on, by Abbott. 1853 ................................. 2I2R

- Teachings in Science, by Cowper .......................... ................ 8ioZ

Traits. See Timbs 1 Works, 85 4 Z, &c.

-Truths, Addresses and Tracts, by Ryle. 1852 ........................ H3Q

Homes of other Days, by Wright. 1871 ................................... I97D

the London Poor, by Hill. 1875 ................................... n6gZ

The Queen's. See Leisure Hour Magazine, v. 37, 2647.7, & c -

Home Rule Question, Ireland. See O'Connor's Parnell Movement, 326!?.. Ire-

land, &c.
Home (G.), D.D., Considerations on Abel, Enoch, Noah, and John

the Baptist. 1841 .................................... .................. 2O3Q

Home (H., Lord Kames, Scotch fudge, b. 1696, d. 1782) Elements of

Criticism ...................................................... 965-6 and 1007!!

Home (J.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja. New English Theatre, &c.
Homer (Greek Poet, fi. 850-776 B.C. according to Grole), by Glad-

stone [Literature Primers]. 1877 ................. . .................. I2I2Z

- Homeric Synchronism, an Enquiry into the Time and Place of

Homer, by Gladstone. 1876 ....................................... 14130

- Iliad, translated by Pope, 2 vols. 1769 ................................. 8u-2R

- 1805 ............................................................ 3 09Q

- - - 2 vols. 1806 .................................................. 5Q5-6Z

- Iliad, translated by Pope. 1821 .......................................... 1574^

and Odyssey, by Collins [An. Clas. for Eng. Read.]. 1877-9 I IOI Q

- Odyssey, translated by Worsley, 2 vols. 1877 ........................ 8oo-iM

- . Pope, 2 vols. 1869 ............................................ 8i3-4R

- - Worsley, 2 vols. 1861 .......................................... usS-QH

- Stories from, by Church [The Iliad and Odyssey], illus. 1881... H98R

- Translated by Pope [Family Classical Library], 3 vols. i833...H44-6Q
- - See also Inman's Faiths, g6K. Mitford's Greece, loiH. Peter's Poetry

of Greece and Rome, 4740. Posnett's Literature, 394R. Smith's Life

of Gladstone, 275?, c.
Homer (S. and J.), Walks in Florence, Public Galleries and

Museums. 1877 ......................................................... I424R

Homes. See Home.

Homespun, or Five and Twenty Years Ago, by Lackland. 1867... I9I9R

Homicide. See Fortnightly Review [Homicidal Mania], v. 44 N.S., 2140.7.

Pike's Crime in England, 307-8H, &c.

Homiletic Hints, by Parker ................................................... 439M

- - Magazine. See the Homiletic Quarterly,

- Quarterly (changed in 1882 to the Homiletic Magazine),

from Vol. i. 1877 ...................................................... 366M

[A Theological Magazine, devoted principally to the Exposition of the

Scriptures.]

Homiletics, Treatise on, by Ridder. 1866 .............................. 1691}

Hommaire De Hell (X.), Travels in the Steppes of the Caspian

Sea. 1847 ............................................................... 462K

Homoeopathic Domestic Medicine, by Laurie. 1844 .................. I446Z

Homoeopathy, Domestic, &c., by Chepmell. 1848 ..................... I456Z

- in Acute Diseases, by Yeldham. 1849 ........................... ...... 928K

- Practical View of, by Simpson. 1836 ................................. 2O2D

Honduras. See Stanford's Compendium, 85 iK. Young's Mosquito Shore,



i6 3 9R, &c.
., Satiri



Hone (W., Satirist and Antiquary, b. 1779, d. 1842), Popular Works
and Everlasting Calendar of Popular Amusements, Sports,
Pastimes, Ceremonies, Manners, Customs, and Events, 3 vols. 934-6F
Vol. i-2. E very-Day Book, 934-sF. Vol. 3. Table Book, 936?.

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HON ENGLISH SECTION. HOO

Hone (W.), Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information, con-
cerning Remarkable Men and Manners, Antiquities and

Novelties. 1839 937F

Honey. See Bees, &c.

Ants. See Proctor's Studies, 447R, &c.

Honeywood (J.). See Griswold's Poets of America, 468D, &c.
Hong JCong. SetCaamung's China, j8gK. All the Year Round [with Opium

in], v. 15, I775J. Cornhill [Canton and Macas], v. 37, 317], Penny

Magazine, v. u, 1496. China, &c.
Honolulu. See Brassey's Voyage in the Sunlea.ni, i682R. Smiles' Boy's

Voyage, 834(3, & c -

Honour. See Percy Anecdotes, gzsZ.
Honourable Service. See Quiver Magazine, 33oiJ.
Honours. See Helps' Government [1872], inoF, &c.
Hood (E. P.), Christmas Evans, the Preacher of Wild Wales. 1881 6380

Great Revival of the Eighteenth Century. 1882 347M

Life, Times and Battles of Cromwell. 1882 5960

- Poet and Preacher, by Giddins. 1886 7170

Robert Hall [Men worth Remembering]. 1881 ii6iO

Self Formation ; or Aids and Helps to Mind- Life. 1879 5'9T

- The King's Windows ; or Glimpses of the Wonderful Works of

God, illustrated 539 R

Thomas Binney, his Life and Opinions. 1874 51200

- Throne of Eloquence : Great Preachers, Ancient and Modern... 541 M

- World of Proverb and Parable. 1885 I35D

Hood (Robin). See Robin Hood.

Hood (Thomas, English Poet and Humorist, b. 1798, d. 1845), Com-
plete Works, edited, with Notes, by his Son and Daughter,
illustrated, 10 vols, 1869-73 :

Vol. i. Last Shilling. Parish Revolution. Letter from a Settler. Num-
ber One. Debutante. Yeomanry. French and English. The

Compass, &c 761 R

Vol. 2. Supper Superstition. Pain in a Pleasure Boat. Cockle versus

Cackle. Domestic Dilemma. Love and Lunacy, &c 762 R.

Vol. 3. United Family. Corresponding Club. Irishman. Pompey's

Ghost. Schoolmistress Abroad, &c , 763 R

Vol. 4. The Captain's Cow ; a Nautical Romance. Mr. Withering's Con-
sumption and its Cure. The Mermaid of Margate. The Wee

Man. An Affair of Honour, &c ?64R

Vol. 5. Whims and Oddities. Faithless Sally Brown. Hero and Leander.

Ode to Melancholy. Spanish Tragedy. The Exile, &c 765^.

Vol. 6. The Carrier's Wife. Lamia. Comic Annuals. Venetian Countess.

Eugene Aram, &c 766R

Vol. 7. Up the Rhine. Tale of a Trumpet. Miss Kilmansegg and her

Precious Leg, c 766/2 R

Vol. 8. Friend in Need. Fishing in Germany. Diabolical Suggestions.

Mrs. Gardiner. Camberwell Beauty, &c ?6;R

Vol. 9. Song of the Shirt. Mrs. Burrage. Masonic Secret. Bridge of

Sighs. _ Mrs. Peck's Pudding. Our Family, &c 768 R

Vol. 10. Memorials. Sausage Maker's Ghost. Domestic Mesmerism.
Epigrams. Dog of Drury Lane. Imaginary First Night. Hints

to Paul Pry, &c 7 6gR

Poems of, 2 vols. 1846 :

Vol. i. Dream of Eugene Aram. Elm Tree. Haunted House. Bridge of
Sighs. Song of the Shirt. Miss Kilmansegg and her Precious

Leg, &c 32 8Q

Vol. 2. The Lee Shore. The Death Bed. A False Friend. Time, Hope
and Memory. Hero and Leander. Two Peacocks of Bedfont.

Minor Poems, Sonnets, &c 3 2 9Q

- [Contents same as above]. 1864... 33Q

- and Life [British Poets], 5 vols. 1868 432-6Q

See also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Griswold's Poets and

Poetry of England, 4720. Harper's Index, i64oja. Merydew's Love
Letters, v. 2, 677 F. Fiction Class List following the General Cata-
logue, c.

[339]



HOO GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. HOO

Hood (Tom, Son of the Preceding, Journalist, b. 1835, d, 1874), Ed.,

Cassell's Penny Readings ............................................. 2390

Dickens, Irving, Poe, Kingsley, Sterne, Longfellow, Holmes, Pope, Sewell,
Collins, Le Sage, Macaulay, Shakespeare, Defoe, Burns, Scott, Cer-
vantes, Hunt, Eliot, Longfellow, &c.
- (and his Sister, Mrs. Broderip), Excursions into Puzzledom,

a Book of Charades, Acrostics, Enigmas and Conundrums ... 1260!!
Hooft (P. C., Dutch Poet, b. 1581, d. 1647). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry

of Europe, 473!), &c.

Hook (Theodore, Journalist, Noi>elist, &>c., b. 1788, d. 1841). See Lennox's
Celebrities, ioi4H. Fiction Class List following the General Cata-



Hook (W.Zfcoa of Chichester, b. 1798, d. 1875), D.D., Lives of
the Archbishops of Canterbury :

Vol. i. Anglo-Saxon Period, 597-1070 : Augustine, Laurentius, Mellitus,
Justus, Honorius, Deusdedit, Wighard, Theodore, Brihtwald,
Tatwine, Nothelm, Cuthbert, Bregwin, Jaenberht, Ethelbard,
Wulfred, Feologild, Ceolnoth, Ethelred, Plegmund, Athelm,
Wulfhelm, Odo, Dunstan, Ethelgar, Siric, Elfric, IMphege,
Living, Ethelnoth, Eadsige, Robert Champart and Stigand ____ 68sA

Vol. 2. Anglo-Norman Period, 1070-1229 : Lanfranc, Anselm, Ralph of
Escures, William of Corbeuil, Theobald, Thomas A'Beckett,
Richard, Baldwin, Reginald Filz-Jocelin, Hubert Walter and
Stephen Langton ................................ i ........... 686A

Vol. 3. Middle-Age Period, 1299-1333 : Richard Grant, Edmund Rich,
Boniface of Savoy, Robert Kilwardby, John Peckham, Robert
Winchelsey, Walter Reynolds and Simon Mepeham ........... 687A

Vol. 4. Middle-Age Period, 1333-1408: John Stratford, Thomas Bradwar-
dine, Simon Islip. Simon Langham, William Whittlesey, Simon
Sudbury, William Courtenay and Thomas Arundel ............ 688A

Vol. 5. Middle-Age Period, 1408-1503 : Henry Chicheley, John Stafford,

John Kemp, Thomas Bouchier, John Morton and Henry Dean 68gA

Vol. 6. Reformation Period, 1503-1556 : William Warham and Thomas

Cranmer .................................................... 6goA

Vol. 7. Reformation Period : Cranmer, contd. ......................... 691 A

Vol. 8. Reformation Period, 1556-1558 : Reginald Pole ................ 6g2A

Vol. 9. Reformation Period, 1558-1575 : Matthew Parker .............. 6g^A.

Vol. TO. Reformation Period, 1575-1633 : Edmund Grindal, John Whitgift,

Richard Bancroft, and George Abbot ........................ 6g$A.

Vol. n. Reformation Period, 1633-1663 : William Laud and William

Juxon ...................................................... 6gsA

Vol. 12. Index ........................................................ 6 9 6A

Life and Letters of, by Stephens, 2 vols. 1879 ..................... ^iS-gY

See also Merydew's Love Letters, v. 2, 677F. Poole's Index to Periodical

Literature, R.L., c.
Hooker (J. D., Director of Kew Gardens, b. 1817), C.B., Botany

[Science Primers], illustrated. 1879 ............................. 838Z

- Students' Elora of the British Isles. 1878.... ........................ 63oQ

See also Poole's Index, R.L., &c.

Hooker (R., Theologian, b. 1553, d. 1600), Ecclesiastical Polity and

Life of the Author, by T. Walton, 3 vols. 1820 ................ 92-4K

See also Barry's English Theology, 8280. Cattermole's Literature of the

Church, v. i, 548 A, &c.

Hooker (W.), M.D., Child's Book of Nature, for the Use of Families

and Schools, illustrated, 3 vols. 1868-9 ...................... ... 477-pT

Vol. i. Plants, 477T. Vol. 2. Animals, 478!". Vol. 3. Air, Water,
Heat, Light, &c., 4791.

Hooker (Sir W. J., Botanist, Director of Kew Gardens, father of Sir
J. D. Hooker, b. 1785, d. 1865), K.H., and Baker (J. G.),
F.L.L., Synopsis Filicum ; or a Synopsis of all Known
Ferns, illustrated. 1868 ............................................... 768F

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HOO ENGLISH SECTION. HOR

Hookham (Mary Ann), Life and Times of Margaret of Anjou, Queen

of England and France, 2 vols. 1872 37o-iF

Hooper (J., Bishop of Worcester, b. 1495, burnt, 1555), D.D., Early

Writings of. 1843 2i8A

Later Writings and Letters of. 1852 22oA

[Short Biographies] 632F

Hooper (W. R.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja, &c.

Hope (Right Hon. A. J. B. Beresford). See Fiction Class List following the
General Catalogue.

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

Hope (G. H.), Till the Doctor comes, and How to Help Him [R.T.S] I466Z

Hope (I.), Brittany and the Chase, French Affairs, &c 6i9Zandi266R

Bible, with Remarks on the French People and their

Affairs [Travellers' Library]. 1852 6i$Z and I266R

See also Bromfield (J.).

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

Hope (T., Merchant and Traveller, b. 1770, d. 1831), Anastasius, or

Memoirs of a Greek, 2 vols. 1831 975-6H

Historical Essay on Architecture, illustrated, 2 vols. 1840 56-7!)

Hope (Lady), Loving Work in the Highways and Byways. 1888 ... I224R

See also Cotton (E. R.), and Fiction Class List following the General

Catalogue.

Hopkins (Ellice), Religious Work amongst Working Men 532T

Hopkins (E., Bishop of Derry, b. 1633, d. 1690), D.D., Select

Works, edited by Bradley. 1826

Hopkinson (J.). See Griswold's Poets of America, 468D, &c.

Hopper (E.), Old Horse Gray and the Parish of Grumbleton, a

Poem. 1869 705M

Hoppus(E.), Practical Measuring made Easy. 1792 739D

Hoppus (Mary). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Hops. See M Culloch's British Empire, jnH. lire's Dictionary, 70, &c.
Horace (Horatius Flaccus Quintus, Latin Lyric Poet, b. 65, d. 8 B.C.),

Odes, Epodes, and the Secular Song, translated into verse by

Mathews. 1867 706 M.

by Martin [Ancient Classics for English Readers]. 1878 iiooQ

translated by Francis [Family Classical Library], 2 vols. 1831 1124-5(2

Quinti Horatii Flacci opera Interpretatione et notis Illustravit

Ludovicus Desprez. 1 83 1 1 1 8 1 II

See also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Peter's Poetry of Greece

and Rome, 4740, &c.

Horse Subsecivse, Rab and his Friends, &c., by Brown. 1882 97R

Horizon. See Somerville's Physical Geography, 48oR, &c.

Horizontal Wells. See Lire's Dictionary of Arts, &c., 7D.

Horn. See Simmonds' Animal Products, 1033^!. Ure's Dictionary, j~D, &c.

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

Horns (A.), Ed., Mirrour of Justices, translated by Hughes. 1840... njoZ

Home (George, Bishop of Norwich, b. 1730, d. 1792)', D.D., Com-
mentary on the Book of Psalms, edited by Bradley, 2 vols ... I3I-2M

Commentary on the Book of Psalms, in which their Literal or

Historical Sense is illustrated. 1835 547 A

Discourses on Several Subjects, 2 vols 237 -8K

Works of, edited by Jones, 2 vols. 1846 i88-9A

Home (R. H., Poet and Critic). See Browning's Letters, 537-80. Griswold's

Poets and Poetry of England, 4720. Harper's Index, i64oja, &c.
Home (T. H., Assistant, British Museum, b. 1780, d. 1862), D.D.,

Introduction to the Study of the Scriptures, 2 vols. 1853 ... 74-$A

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HOR GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. HOT

Hornen ( J. A.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Horner (S. and J.), Walks in Florence: Churches, Streets and

Palaces. 1877 ........................................................ I423R

Horology and Astronomy, by Carpenter. 1854 .......................... 46iR

Horris ( J. C.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Horrockses. See Fortunes made in Business, io33Fa.

HORSE. Adventures of a Gentleman in Search of a Horse, by

Stephen. 1845 ......................................................... i64T

- Management, by Mayhew, illustrated. 1876 ....................... 857D

- Management and Treatment of the Horse in the Stable, Field and

on the Road, by Proctor, illustrated. 1883 ..................... ig6R

- The, Its Breed, Management, &c., by Youatt, illustrated. 1876. 8560

Horse-Shoes and Horse-Shoeing, by Fleming, illustrated. 1869... 8540

Horses. See Atkinson's Russian Acquisitions, 6nB. Boy's Own Annual [Per-

forming], 1882, 2954 J. Beckman's Inventions [Horse Shoes],

' '



Blunt's Bedouin Tribes [Arabian], isiS-gR. Brand's Antiquities
[Horse Shoes], loo/M. Brown's Science for All, 6286. Hibbert's
Anecdotes [Clever Horses], 73oF. Jardine's Naturalists' Library,
66sQ. Jesse's Gleanings, 579Q. Lindsay's Mind in the Lower
Animals, 711-aF. Nimrod's Horse and Hound [Horsemanship and
Horse-Dealing], 731 F. Rice's British Turf [Horse-Racing], 3340.
Stanley's Horsewoman's Compendium [Horsemanship], ii2oM.
Southesk's Rocky Mountains, 8i7K. Stewart's Stable Economy, 597T.
Stonehenge's Rural Sports [Horse-Racing], 68iT. Wynter's Human
Hive [Horse-Dealers], 2^R. Smith's Foods [Horse-flesh], sSoR.
. Animals, Natural History, Sports, Racing, &c.
Horse Guards, Government Offices. See Land we Live in, 4646.
Horsfield (T.), F.R.S., and Moore (F.), Catalogue of the Birds in

the Museum of the Hon. East India Company, 2 vols ....... 7O9-ioF

Horsley (Rev. J. W.), M.A., Jottings from Jail Notes and Papers on

Prison Matters. 1887 ................................................ I2O7R

Horsley (S., Bishop of St. Asaph, b. 1733, d. 1806), D.D., Sermons

on the Resurrection of our Lord. 1817 ........................... 242K

- Sermons, 3 vols. 1812 ................................................ 239-41!^

Hortense (Queen, Mother of Napoleon III., b. 1783, d. 1837),

Memorials of, compiled by Wraxall and Wehrhan. 1864 ... 7i8O
Horticultural Buildings, by Fawkes, illustrated. 1883 ............... 8740

Horticulture. See Flower Garden, 638Q. Mclntosh's Orchard and Fruit

Garden, 6370,. Botany, Flowers, Fruit, Gardening, &c.
Horton (R. F.), Inspiration and the Bible, an Enquiry. 1889 ...... I22IM

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

Hosea (Jewish Prophet, about 785 B.C.). See Ewald's Israel, 64'K. Inman's An-

cient Faiths, 9sK. Smith's Prophets, 466M, &c.
Hosiery. See Land We Live In, 4656. Ure's Dictionary, -jT), c.

Hoskins (G. A.), Spain as it is. 1852 .................................... 55iK

Hoskins (S. E.), M.D., Charles the Second in the Channel Islands,

a Contribution to his Biography and to the History of his

Age, 2 vols. 1854 ...................................................... 408-9!!

Hosmer (J. K.), The Jews in Ancient, Mediaeval and Modern Times

[Story of the Nations], illustrated. 1886 ........................ 4256

Hosmer (W. H. C.). See Griswold's Poets of America, 4 68D, &c.
Hospitality. See Jusserand's English Wayfaring Life, I925R. Lansdell's

Russian Central Asia, 828-9K. Percy Anecdotes, 926Z, c.
Hospitals. See Fergusson's Recollections [Military], 256!?. Johnston's Public

Charity in France, 1047 F, &c.

Hot-water Apparatus. See Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, jD, &c.
Hotten (J. C.) and Larwood (J.), Histoiy of Signboards from the

Earliest Times to the Present Day, illustrated. 1866 ......... icooR

Hottentots. See Brown's Races of Mankind, issD. Palaeolithic Man, go$Y.
Lubbock's Primitive Man, 6726, &c.

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HOU ENGLISH SECTION. HOW

Houdin (J.'E. R., French Conjuror, b. 1805). See Frost's Conjurors, 8036, &c.
Hough (F. B.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Houghton (W.), M.A., The Microscope, and some of the Wonders

it Reveals ...................................................... 727 and I738Z

Wonders near Home [Natural History, R.T.S.], illustrated ...... 73iZ

Hound, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 662Q. Cecil's Records of the

Chase, gijM. Stonehenge's Rural Sports, 68iT. Dogs, &c.
Hours of Work and Play, by Cobbe. 1867 .................................

House Arrangement. See Home Furnishing, Decoration, &c.



Decoration in Painting, Woodwork and Furniture, by Garrett ...

'



Ventilation. See Griscom's Air, &c., 523R.

House and its Builder, and other Discourses [intended to combat

Doubt on Religious Truth], by Cox. 1889 I22OM

House I Live in [Anatomy], by Girtin 1465 Z

House of Aspen, a Tragedy, by Scott. 1830 io$6Z

HOUSE OF COMMONS. See Anderson's Scenes [1884], n68R.
Escott's England and its People, ioi8F. M'Culloch's British Em-
pire, 7i2H. Smith's Institutions, siyT. Commons, Parliament, c.
HOUSE OF LORDS. See Escott's England and its People, ioi8F. Faw-
cett's Essays, ioi4F. Lords, Parliament, &c.

Houses for the People in Suburb and Country, &c., by Wheeler 94iM

The Houses We Build [Suggestive Lessons] 1 827Z

See also Facts and Hints for Every-day Life, 942R. Geikie's Science of

Common Life, i4iqZ. Knight's Pictorial Bible, ioo-4M. Lansdell's
Russian Central Asia, 828-9K. Teale's Dangers to Health, gzoK.

House-Tax. See Peto's Taxation, &c,, ioi6F, &c.

Household, Bazar Book of the. 1875 i4ioZ

[Marriage, Establishments, Servants, Children, Housekeeping, Home Life,
Company. ]

Chemistry, by Bernays. 1854 833Z

- Hints, by Babcock. 1881 946 M

Management, Book of, by Beeton, illustrated. 1880 997M

See also Enquire Within, Family Save-all, 95oM, &'c.

Organization, by Caddy. 1877 952M

Surgery, or Hints on Emergencies, by South, illustrated. 1853 l ^S7 z

The, A Book of Reference upon Subjects relating to Domestic

Economy and Home Enjoyment IO96F

Work. See Browne's What Girls can Do, g8oM, &c.

Household Narrative of Current Events [1850 to 1855], conducted

by Dickens, 6 vols 32I-6D

Words, edited by Charles Dickens, from vol i. 1850 I74ij

The Serial Tales and some of the Principal Contents will be found under
their proper headings in Fiction or in the general body of the Cata-
logue, with the catalogue number specified. The entire contents will
be found in Poole's Index [Reference Library] under subjects required.

Housekeeping, Common Sense, by Browne I423Z

See also Girl's Book, I257H. Walsh's Domestic Economy, 14297, &c.

Housemaid, The. See Beeton's Household Management, 99/M, &c.
Housman (H.), A.K.C., The Story of Our Museum, showing How

we Formed it, and What it Taught us [S.P.C.K.]. 1881 ... 92R
Houssaye (Arse'ne, French Poet ani Critic, b. 1815). See Gautier's French

Authors, 254F.
Houston (Mrs.), Hesperos, or Travels in the West (U.S.A.). I85OI586-7R

Texas and the Gulf of Mexico, illustrated, 2 vols. 1844 i6c>7-8R

Hoveden (Roger De). See Roger De Hoveden.

How They Lived in the Olden Time, by Bullock ioi8M

to be Happy Though Married, being a Handbook to Marriage... 98 iM

Decorate our Ceilings, Walls, and Floors, by James, ill. 1883 366T

Draw a Straight Line, by Kempe [Nature Series], 1877

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Governed, by Fonblanque, revised by Gordon. 1889 ... 14480
may Earn a Living, by Grogan ................................. 5i8T



HOW GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. HOW

How we are

- Women

Howadji in Syria, by Curtis. 1872 .......................................... 1495^

Howard (A.), Beauties of Literature ........................ .. 1158-9 and I252Z

Fox, usSZ. Franklin, n^gZ. Swift, iz^zZ.

Howard (Lady C.)- See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Howard (C. A.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i6^oja.
Howard (F.), Science of Drawing, A Progressive Series of the Cha-

racteristic Forms of Nature, illustrated, part 2 and 3 .......... 363-4T

Part 2. Animals, 363^ Part 3. Human Face, 364'!'.
Imitative Art, &c ............................................................ 1094^!

Howard (John, Philanthropist, l>. 1726, d. 1790), and the Prison

World of Europe, by Dixon. 1849 ................................. 2337,



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