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18562. Stanford's Compendium, 854K. Atlantic Monthly [Summer
and Winter], v. 62, 15527. Chambers [and Faroe Island, Vibit to], v.
24, 19387 ; [Summer in], v. 46, 19497- Cornhill [Impressions of], v.
29, 3097. Edinburgh Review [in the year 100], v. 114, 4747 ; [and its
Explorers], v. 143, 5037. Fraser [in the year 100], v. 46, 6567. Good
Words, v. 17, 2187}. Nature [Volcanoes of], v. 16, 26767. [Age of
Igneous Rocks of], v. 24, 26847. Penny Magazine [Geysers of], v. 2,
1416.

Ichthyology [Fishes]. See Book of Nature, 390-16. 7ardine's Naturalists'
Library, 6 7 8-8 3 Q. Fishes, &c.

Iconoclasm. See Inman's Faiths, 95-6Ka, &c.

Ida, Story of, by Francesca, edited, with preface, by Ruskin. 1883 I 35 J O

Identity. See Sidgwick's Fallacies, 391 R.

Iddesleigh (Stafford Northcote, Earl of), Lectures and Essays. 1887 I277H
Do States, like individuals, Decay? On Taste, Accuracy, Desultory
Reading, Political Economy, Schools and School Life, Names and
Nicknames, Archaeology of Devon and Cornwall, on Moliere, on Distant
Correspondents, &c.

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

Ideas. See Compayr^'s Pedagogy, 2g6R. Fraser, v. 103, 7137, &c.

Idiots. See All the Year Round [Happy], v. n, 17517. Chambers [Education
of], v. 8, 19287 ; [Favored], v. 35, 19447- Edinburgh Review
[Asylums], v. 122, 4827. Once a Week [Election of], v. 19, 22797.
Warner's Physical Expression [Idiot compared with an intelligent
Man], 393R, &c.

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IDL GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. ILL

Idleness. See Once a Week [Praise of], v. 18, 22787.

Idler, The, by Johnson and others, A Treasury of Essay, Criticism,

&c 879-979 and 992H, 39'! and go6Z

Idolatry, Idols, &c. See Bourke's Snake Dances, &c., 7i7K. Eden's China,
8isQ ; and Japan, 8i4Q. Ewald's Israel, 6i-2K. Knight's pictorial
Bible, IOO-4M. Lubbock's Primitive Man, 6?2B. Sayce's Origin
of Religion, 644A. Cornhill [in Modern Society], v. 19, 29gJ. Story
of the Nations. Inman's Ancient Faiths, 95-6Ka, &c.

Idumsea, with a Survey of Arabia [R.T.S.] 65iZ

Idyls and Legends of Inverburn, by Buchanan. 1882 335Q

Idyls of the King. See Tennyson's Works, 4 88D.

lenatius (St., Bishop ofAntioch, about 69). See Farrar s Lives of the Fathers,
6 7 oF.

Ignatius Loyola. See Loyola.

Ignorance. See Bagehot's Studies, 864H. Compayre"s Pedagogy, 2g6R. In-
man's Faiths, 96 Ka. Lindsay's Mind in the Lower Animals, 7ii-2F.
Sidgwick's Fallacies, 391 R, &c.

Iguanodon, The. See Mantell's Wonders of Geology, 724-5(3, &c.

Ihne (W.), Ph.D., Early Rome, from the Foundation of the City, to

its Destruction by the Gauls [Epochs of Ancient History] ... i8i6Z

Ilfraoornbe. See Lewes' Sea-Side Studies, 822F, &c.

Iliad of Homer. See Homer, Pope, &c.

the East, Legends drawn from Valmiki's Sanskrit Poem, the

Ramayana, by Fredericka Richardson. 1870 IO72R

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

Illiot (W.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Illness. See Teale's Dangers to Health, 92oK. Thorold's Yoke of Christ, 3^Q.
Disease, Medicine, &c.

Illuminati. See Frost's Secret Societies, 32H. Heckthorn's Secret Societies,
3770, &c.

Illuminating, History and Practice of, Sketched by Wyatt, illus-
trations by Tymms I I24M

See also Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, jT).

Illusions, a Psychological Study. 1887 36gR

See also Conway's Demonology, gog-ioM. Conjuring, Spiritualism, &c.

Illustrated Biographies of Great Artists. V.D. :

Vol. i. Figure Painters of Holland, by Lord Ronald Gower 11230

Vol. 2. Hogarth, by Dobson noiO

Vol. 3. Holbein, by Cundall no2O

Vol. 4. Leonardo da Vinci, by Richter niSO

Vol. 5. Little Masters of Germany, by Scott 11170

Vol. 6. Raphael, by D'Anvers , no6O

Vol. 7. Rembrandt, by Mollett 11070

Vol. 8. Rubens, by Kelt nogO

Vol. 9. Tintoretto, by Osier 1 1 ioO

Vol. io. Titian, by Heath niiO

Vol. ii. Turner, by Monkhouse ingO

Vol. 12. Van Dyck and Hals, by Head 11120

Vol. 13. Vernet and Delaroche, by Rees 11130

Vol. 14. Michael Angelo, by Cle'ment ii2oO



Vol. 15. Sir Edwin Landseer, by Stephens ............................ m6O

Vol. 16. Sir Joshua Reynolds, by Pulling .............................. no8O

Vol. 17. Albrecht Durer, by Heath .................................... 10960



Vol. 16. Sir Joshua Reynolds, by Pulling

Vol. 17. Albrecht Durer, by Heath

Vol. 18. Fra Angelico, by Phillimore .................................. 10970

Vol. 19. Fra Bartolommeo, by Scott .................................. 10980

Vol. 20. Gainsborough, by Arnold .................. .................. ii2iO

Vol. 21. Ghiberti and Donatello, by Scott ..................... . ........ nooO

Vol. 22. Giotto, by Quilter ........................................... 11240

Vol. 23. Meissonier, by Mollett ........................................ 1 1040

Vol. 24. Murillo, by Minor ............................................ 11050

Vol. 25. Romney and Lawrence, by Gower ............................ 11030

Vol. 26. Sir David Wilkie, by Mollett .................................. m 4 O

Vol. 27. Valasquez, by Stowe ........................................ 11220

Vol. 28. Watteau, by Mollett ........................................ 11150

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ILL ENGLISH SECTION. IMM



Illustrated Looks of Travel, drawn with Pen and Pencil [Religious
Tract Society], v.n. :

Australian Pictures, by II. IVilloughby. Configuration and Climate.
Australian People. Victoria. New South Wales. South Australia.
Queensland. Western Australia. Tasmania. Heroes of Exploration.
Glance at the Aborigines. Specimens of Australian Fauna and Flora.

The Squatter and the Settler 332!'.

Bible Lands, by Rev. S. G. Green, D.D. Damascus and the Lebanon.
The Hauran.and the Land beyond Jordan. Northern Syria. Cyprus
and Asia Minor. Northern Syria, c. Land of the East: Ararat.

Babylon, Nineveh, Isles of the Gentiles 328!'.

Canadian Pictures, by the Marquis of Lome. Dominion of Canada. Re-
lations between Canada and England. Climate of Canada. The
Maritime Provinces. Ontario. Quebec. Lake Huron to Winnipeg.
The Indians of the North-West. The New Territories. British

Columbia - 33il*

French Pictures, by Rev. S. G. Green, D.D. Entering France. Normandy
and Brittany. Up the Loire by Rail. Auvergne and CeVennes.
Visit to the Alps of Dauphine'. Some Ancient Cities and their Me-
mories. South-West France and the Pyrenees. The Hill Countries of

. Eastern France. From Lyons to Paris. Notes on Paris 334'

German Fatherland, by Rev. S. G. Green, D.D. Up the Rhine and into

Germany. The Black Forest. Glimpses of Northern German}-.

Prague to Munich by Vienna. Tyrol and the Eastern Alps. From

Vienna, on the way to the Rhine, Frankfurt and Luther's Country .... 33jl>

Italian. Pictures, by Rei>. S. Manning, I.L.D. Rome and the Romans.

Naples and Pompeii. Tuscany and Piedmont 33oF

Nnvegian Pictures, by R. Lovett. M.A. The Kingdom of Norway. Some
Historical Pictures. From Trondhjem to the North Cape. From
Christiania to Romsdal. The West Coast and Fjords. Southern Nor-
way. Some Habits and Customs. Gothenburg to Stockholm 329!*

Illustrated Carpenter and Builder, a Weekly Journal for Joiners,
Decorators, Painters, Plumbers, Gas-Fitters, Architects, &c.,
from Vol. I. 1877 2Q8iJ

Some of the principal contents of this magazine will be found entered under
their proper subject headings in the general body of the Catalogue,
with the shelf number specified.

Illustrated London News, From vol I, 1842 R.L.

Magazine of Art, Vols. 1-3. 1853-4 376-7]'.

Text-Books of Art Education, edited by Poynter. V.D lo8i-3M

[Architecture, Painting, Sculpture, &c.]
Illustration of Native Life and European Expansion. See Austral Africa.

i 4 oiH, &c.
Illustrations of the Bible from the Monuments of Egypt, by

Taylor. 1838 226T

Illustrious Men, Lives of. 1851 2512

See also Biography, and under names, e.g., Gladstone, Shakespeare, &c.

Illyrian Emperors and their Land. See Freeman's Essays, &c.
Imagination. See Alison's Taste. &c., 62gH. Compayrd's Pedagogy, 2Q6R.
Grey's Self-Culture, Q6iR. Hood's Preachers, 54iM. Percy Anec-
dotes, Q24Z. Sully's Illusions, 36gR. Living Age [Cultivation of], v.
141, siyij. St. Paul's [as a National Characteristic], v. 4, u64F, &c.
Imagination, Will and Intelligence. See Radcliffe's Unity in Nature, y6oF, &c.

Imitation of Christ, by Thomas A'Kempis. 1841 !2iQ

Imitative Art, its Principles and Progress, with Preliminary Re-
marks on Beauty, Sublimity and Taste, by Dyer. 1882 93OD-

Immortality, a Clerical Symposium on What are the Foundations
of Belief in the Immortality of Man, by Knox-Little and

others. 1885 1223^!

and Life, Considered in Relation to the Annihilationists, by

Grant, 1871 , 33lM

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IMM GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. INC

Immortality, Foregleams of, by Sears. 1859 ....................... .... 6$Z

of the Soul [Drew's Works] ................................................ 53K

- Young Men's Guide to, by J. A. James. 1851 ........................ 2 36Q

- See also Fairbairn's Philosophy, 3o8M. Zeller's Greek Philosophy,

538-oM. Contemporary [and Mortality], v. 19, 202gJ ; [Belief in] v.

20, 203oJ. Fraser [and Immateriality], v. 13, 6237. Living Age, v.

114, 3I44J J v. 115, 3145.7, c.

Imperial Cyclopoedia of the British Empire [Knight's], 2 vols. 1853 88- gB
Imperial England. See Escott's England and its People, ioi8F.

Government in South Africa. See Austral Africa, 1402?!. India, Colonies, c.

- India, an Artist's Journals, by Prinsep, illustrated with Portraits

of Indian Princes, &c .................................................... 8i6K

Implements of Agriculture, &c. , by Ransome. 1843 .................. 3?D

- Sec also Brown's Palaeolithic Man, go$F, &c.

Implication. See Sidgwick's Fallacies, 391 R.

Import and Export. See Smith's Wealth of Nations, IO26-8F. Ure's Dictionary,

jD. Commerce, &c.
Impostors. See All the Year Round, v. 19, 1779]. Cornhill [Two Impostors of

the 1 8th Century], v. 39, 319 J, &c.
Imposture, Deception and Credulity [Family Library]. 1837 ......

Imprisonment. See Brougham's Political Speeches [for Debt], 6o5R. Black-

wood [and Transportation], v. 55, I25J. Fortnightly Review [for

Debt], v. 44, 2140}. Crime, Prisons, Punishment, &c.
Improvement of Affliction, Sequel to Comfort in Affliction, by

Buchanan. 1848 ....................................... .................. 6lQ

In The Trades, The Tropics, and The Roaring Forties, by Lady

Brassey, illustrated. 1885 ............................................. 798K

Incarnation. - Wilberforce, Cranmer, Jewell and the Prayer Book

on the Incarnation. 1850 ............................................. 6JOA

Incas, The. See Coote's Wanderings, 8ioK. Del Mar's Precious Metals, 8ggF.

Humboldt's Nature, 2gR. Inman's Faiths, 96Ka. Prescott's Con-

quest of Peru, 527-8H, and 388-90. Squier's Peru, j6zK. Peru, &c.
Ince(IL), Ed., Wonders of the World, illustrated ...................... 325K

Inchbald (Elizabeth, Actress and Dramatist, b. 1753, d. 1821.)

Various Plays .... ........................................................ 1 7 52-4Z

See also Adams' Women of Society, &c., 10480. Inchbald's British Theatre.
British Theatre, or a collection of Plays, with bio-
graphical and critical remarks, by Mrs. Inchbald, 20 vols :

Vol. i. The Mountaineers, by Colman the Younger. Speed the Plough,
by Morton. Lovers' Vows, from the German of Kotzebue.
Lionel and Clarissa, by Bickerstaff. The Poor Gentleman, by
Colman the Younger ........................................ I337Z

Vol. 2. -The Maid of the Mill, by Bickerstaff. Douglas, by Home.
Comedy of Errors, and Cymbeline, by Shakspeare. The Busy-
Body, by Mrs. Centlivre .................................... I338Z

Vol. 3. All in the Wrong, by Murphy. Such Things are, by Mrs. Inch-
bald. Oroonoko, by Southern. Love in a Village, by Bicker-
staff .............................. .......................... i 3 3 9 Z

Vol. 4. Road to Ruin, by Holcroft. Jane Shore, by Rowe. Clandestine
Marriage, by Colman and Garrick. Edward the Black Prince,
by Shirley. The Mourning Bride, by Shirley .................. i34oZ

Vol. 5. Cure for the Heart-ache, by Morton. Tancred and Sigismunda,
by Thomson. She Stoops to Conquer, by Goldsmith. The
Jew, by Cumberland. To Marry or Not to Marry, by Mrs.
Inchbald ....................................................



Vol. 6. Julius Caesar and the Tempest, by Shakspeare. The Orphan, by

Otway. Zara, by Hill. The Fair Penitent, by Rowe. .. ....... *34?Z

Vol. 7. Siege of Damascus, by Hughes. The Provoked Wife, by Van-
brugh. The Rival Queens, by Lee. Lady Jane Grey, by Rowe.
The Roman Father, by Whitehead .......................... I343Z

Vol. 8. Point of Honour, by Kemble. Barbarossa, by Brown. Merchant
of Venice and King John, by Shakespeare. Maids as they Are,
and Wives as they Were, by Mrs. Inchbald .................... 1344^

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INC ENC'.LISH SECTION. IND

Inchbald's British Theatre, &c. (continued.}

. Vol. 9. The Wheel of Fortune, by Cumberland. King Henry V., Antony
and Cleopatra and a Winter's Tale, by bhakspeare. The Recruit-
ing Officer, by Farquhar 1345^

Vol. 10. De Montfort, by Baillie. Count of Narbonne, by Jephson.
Castle of Andalusia, by O'Keeffe. Bold Stroke for a Husband,

by Mrs. Cowley. Fatal Curiosity, by Lillo

Vol. it. The Honeymoon, by Tobin. The Earl of Essex, by Jones.
King Henry IV., by Shakspeare. The Brothers, by Cumber-
land. She Would and She Would Not, by Gibber i34?Z

Vol. 12. The Inconstant, by Farquhar. The Rivals, by Sheridan. The
Chances, by Beaumont and Fletcher. Mahomet, by Miller. The

Foundling, by Moore 1348^

Vol. 13. Much Ado about Nothing, by Shakspeare. Venice Preserved, by
Otway. Surrender of Calais, Battle of Hexham, or the Days of

Old, and The Iron Chest, by George Colman the Younger 1349^

Vol. 14. Heir at Law, by Colman the Younger. Isabella, or the Fatal
Marriage, by Southern. The Hypocrite, by Bickerstaff. A
New Way to Pay Old Debts, by Massinger. Measure for

Measure, by Shakspeare i35oZ

Vol. 15. Inkle and Yarico, by Colman the Younger. Othello, by Shak-
speare. The Gamester, by Moore. The Duenna, by Sheridan.

King Lear, by Shakespeare I 35 1 ^

Vol. 16. Know Your Own Mind, by Murphy. Hamlet, by Shakespeare.
Merry Wives of Windsor, by Shakespeare. The Belle's Strata-
gem, by Cowley. The Country Girl, by Garrick 1352Z

Vol. 17. Romeo and Juliet, King Henry VIII., and King Richard III.,
by Shakespeare. George Barnwell, by Lillo. The Way to Get

Married, by Morton 1353%,

Vol. 18. Man of the World, by Macklin. The Distressed Mother, by
Philips. The Beggar's Opera, by Gay. Twelfth Night, by

Shakspeare. The Grecian Daughter, by Murphy 1354^

Vol. 19. Rule a Wife, and Have a Wife, by Beaumont and Fletcher 13552

Vol. 20. Every Man in his Humour, by Jonson. The Beaux' Stratagem,
by Farquhar. The West Indian, by Cumberland. King
Henry IV., by Shakespeare. Conscious Lovers, by Steele. ..... I356Z

Income-tax. See Cobden's Speeches, 323R. Peto's Taxation, &c., ioi6F.
Raven's Parliamentary History of England [1832-1880], 2330. Con-
temporary [How to abolish], v. 38, 2048J. Edinburgh Review [in
Great Britain], v. 97, 457J. Fraser [Word or two about], v. 47, 657J.
[and the Plans for its Reform], v. 65, 675J ; [How may it be Sup-
planted ?], v. 69, 679.7. Westminster, v. 77, R.L., &c.

Incubation, &c. See Foster's Embryology, 828M. Ure's Dictionary [Arti-
ficial], 7 D, &c.

Independents. See Bisset's Parliamentary Government, 2i6H. May's De-
mocracy, 3QH. Stoughton's Religion in England, gSM. Wilson's
Dissenters, iSS-giK, &c.

Index to Periodical Literature to 1852, by Poole. 1853 588!)

[For Complete Index see set in Reference Library.]

INDIA Works relating to : (See also British Empire, East
Indies, Hindoos, Idolatry, Missions, Travels, &c.)

India, a Tour in, by Mundy, illustrated. 1858 I55R

an Historical Sketch, by Canon Trevor 46oT

and Lord Ellenborough. 1844 467!!

Anglo-India, Social and Political, from the Asiatic Journal. 49O-2K

- Bird's Eye View of, by Perry. 1855 7&3Q

British, Account of, by Murray and others 463!! & 391-3!'

and its Rulers, by Cunningham. 1881 488!^

Rule in, by Martineau. 1857 462'!'

Central, Stephen Hislop, Pioneer Missionary and 'Naturalist,

in Central India from 1844 to 1863, by Smith. 1888 ... 656!'

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IND GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. IND

INDIA Works relating to (continued.')

India, China and Japan, a Visit to, in 1853, by Taylor. 1870... 855R

Christianity in, by Kaye. 1859 326A

[Condor's Modern Traveller], 4 vols. 1828 537-4OZ

- Decisive Battles of [1746-1849], by Malleson. 1883 534H

Discourses on the Religion, Poetry, &c., of India, by Jones !2OiZ

Geology of, by Medlicott, &c, illustrated, 4 vols. 1879 27-300

History of the British Empire in India, by Gleig. 1830-5.. .16^1-^Z

Illustrated History of, by Grant 228-gD

Imperial, an Artist's Journals, by Prinsep, illustrated with

Portraits of Indian Princes, &c 8i6K

- in 1880, by Temple, 1880 486K

Industrial Arts of, byBirdwood, illustrated. 1880 91 iD

its History, Field Sports, &c., by Stocqueler. 1853 427!"

Knowledge of the Ancients of India, by Robertson. 1802... i6oZ

Manners and Customs of, by Acland. 1847 884M and 8igQ

Men and Events of iv.y Time in India, by Temple. 1882... 464! I

Missing Chapter in the Indian Mutiny, by Showers. 1888 ... 56oH

- Modern, and the Indians, by Williams. 1878 48gK

Narrative of a Journey through the Upper Provinces of

India [1824-5], &c., by Ileber, 2 vols. 1849 15O6-7R

Our Indian Empire, by Norwood. 1876 372O

Our Tour through Southern India, by Murray- Aynsley . . , 1883 8ooK
Peeps at the Far East, by Macleod. ' 1871

Prince of Wales in, by Gay. 1877

Prince of Wales' Tour in, by Russell, illustrated, 2 vols. 1877

Southern, a Visit to some of the Chief Mission Stations, by

Mitchell, illustrated. 1885 i5ioR

Suppression of Infanticide in, by Wilson. 1855 io86F

- The Land and the People, by Caird. 1883 556H

under Victoria [1836-1880], by Trotter, 2 vols. 1886 538-9!!

What can it Teach us ? The Ancient Religion and Literature

of India, by Max Miiller. 1883 43?A

Wild Beasts of, by Sanderson. 1878 7 2 4F

Indian Empire, its People, History and Products, by Hunter. 1886 485!^

Rise of our, by Mahon. 1858 37 iO

St'e also Malleson's Life of Lord Clive, 25qF.

Life, Religious and Social, by Oman. 1889 I74IR

Mutiny, by Holmes. 1883 47oII

[1857-1859], by Malleson, 3 vols. 1878-80 471-2!!

Officers, Lives of, by Kaye. 1889 1453-40

Personal Adventures of a Magistrate, by Thornhill. 1884 474H

See also Clyde, Lord, i62-3F. Grevillc Memoirs. Martin's Prince
Consort, 94F. Russell's Diary, 3730. Smith's Life of Lord Law-
rence, 343-4F. Thomson's Cawnpore, 2760. Trevelyan's Cawnpore,
2750. Havelock, &c.
Olio [Travels in India, &c. ], by Burton, illustrated 1 729R

Poetry, translated by E. Arnold. 1881

Wars. -SVtfO'Byrne's Victoria Cross, 2700. Indian Mutiny, &c.

lT.ld.ia/. See also Alison's Europe, 119-460. Atkinson's Russian Acquisitions,
6iiB. Birds in the Museum of the Hon. East India Company,
yog-ioF. Burke's Works [Justice in], 6nR. Burton's Sindh, 4871^.
Carpenter's Education, &c., 5620. Falkland's Chow-Chow, 524-sK.
Harper's Index, i64oja. Inman's Faiths, g6K. Kaye's East India
Company, 463!^. Lecky's Eighteenth Century [East India Com-
pany], i6gH. Lubbock's Primitive Man, 6726. Mackenzie's
Delhi, 836Q. Maunder's Treasury of History, i8$6Z. Napier's
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IND ENGLISH SECTION. IND

INDIA Works relating' to (continued.}

Scinde, 465H. Poole's Index, R.L. Rawlinson's Ancient Religions,
443M ; Origin of Nations, 3650. Seeley's Expansion of England,
15150. Seward's Travels, 6oiB. Snodgrass' Piurmese War,
475H. Stanford's Compendium, S^K. Taylor (Col. M.), 9960.
Watts' Life of Bright, 5260. Wilkinson's Sunny Lands, 837K.
Blackwood [Political History of], v. 20, R.L. ; [Invasion of], v. 22,
R.L. ; [Agriculture in], v. 113, i83j. Chambers' Journal [Gang-
Robbers of], v. 14, I933J ; | Arts and Manufactures of], v. 20,
i93oj ; [Education in], v. 30, ig4ij ; [Monsoon in], v. 53, 1953!.
Contemporary [Stability of ], v. 31, 2041 J ; [Why keep] v. 38, 2048J
rT? uture of], v. 39, 204iJ. Cornhill [Climate and Government qf
6, 286 J. Edinburgh Review [Astronomy of], v. 10, 37oJ ; [Con-



[Future of], v. 39, 2O4iJ. Cornhill [Climate and Government qf J,
Review [Astronomy of], v. 10, 37oJ ; [Con-
quest of "Sands], v. 79, 43gJ ; [Torture in], v. 103, 463) ; [French
' nd], v. 8, 6i8J ; [Mutinies in],



in], v. 127, 487J. Fraser [and England], v. 8, 6i8J ; [Mutinies in],
v. 56, 655J ; [Extent of, How we escaped from Delhi, and Men of),
v. 57, 657J ; [Duties of England to], v. 64, 674J ; [Barracks and Hos-
pitals in], v. 69, 679J ; [a Christmas in], v. 89, 699J ; [in 1874], v. 90,
7ooJ ; v. 93, 703^. Good Words [Alps of], v. 8, 2I78J. London
Quarterly' Review [Laws of] v. 20, 8ioJ. Macmillan [Dangers in],
v - T 5 91-5J- Nature [Geography of], v. 4, 2664 J ; [Geology of], v. 20,
268aJ ; [Ball's Jungle Life in and Entomology of], v. 21, 2681 J. On:e
a Week [From a French View], v. 8, 2268J. Quarterly [Industrial
Resources of], v. 113, 1243 J. Brown's Races of Mankind [Abo-
riginal Tribes, &c.], 1560. English Mechanic [India-rubber], v.
46, 1046].). Harper [Art in Metal and Wood], i647j. Hartwig's
Tropical W'orld [India-rubber], 758F. Mosley's Essays [Conversion],
I024H, &c.

Indian Archipelago, by St. John, 2 vols. 1853 1504!*

See also Bennett's Whaling Voyage, S35-6K, &c.

Indian Clubs. See Crawley's Handbooks, H54M, &c.

Indian Corn, its Value, Culture and Uses, by Enfiekl. 1866 HO5M

Indiana. See Fraser [A Blue Mutiny, 1861], v. 63, 6 73 J. Good Words [All
about], v. 3, 2i73j. Harper's Magazine, v. 77, i657j.

INDIANS, AMERICAN. Works relating to : (See also
America^ Canada, United States, Harpers and Poole's lit'
dexcs, &*(.)*

Indians American [Brown's Races of Mankind]
[Brown's Paleolithic Man] ...



[Black Hawk's Adventures] 6990

of America, Alta-California. 1846 1590^

The North American, by Catlin, illustrated, 2 vols. 1841... 689 oK

- Traits and Sketches of, by Thatcher, 2 vols. 1844 1113-47,

See also Cumming's Granite Crags [California], 72oK. Dixon's White



Eggles-

:, 7 26K.

i64oja.

Hazard's Pennsylvania, 565H. Inman's Faiths, g6Ka. Irving s
Adventures of Captain Bonneville, 67iX. Jameson's Sketches in
Canada, 79iQ and i27iR. Lome's Canadian Pictures, 3316. Mac-
fu's Vancouver's Island, &c., 63iK. Madden's Shrines, &c., 342-3K.
Malthus' Population, logsF. Nadaillac's Pre-historic America, 897!^.
Robinson's Hudson's Bay, 68oK. Ruxton's Adventures, 83sQ.
Southesk's Rocky Mountains, 8i7K. Stanley's Up the Yellowstone,
1595 R. Stanford's Compendium, 85oK. Tegg's Funeral Rites,
i48iZ. Edinburgh Review [Civilization of], v. 8, 368J. Harper's
Magazine [Canadian], v. 77, i657J, ^ c -
Indies, East. See East Indies, India, &c.
West. See West Indies, &c.

Indicator, The, &c., Essays by Hunt. 1842 970!!

Indicators, Library. ^See Cotgreave's Indicator -versus Bookkeeping, igisR.
Jevo is' Social Reform, iniF. Encyclopaedia Britannica, R.L.
Libraries, &c.

IlldigO. St-e Beckman's Inventions, 698Q. Ure's Dictionary, 7D. Penny Maga-
zine [Planters and Plantations], v. 12, 1506. Dyes, &c.

Individuality. See Compayre's Pedagogy, 296 R. Posaett's Literature, 394R.

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Indolence. See Anspach's Thieves of Homes, 27QR. Foster's Essays, 95iR, &c.
Indoor Amusements. See Boy's Own Annual, 2958J. Girls' Own Book, Amuse-
ments, &c.

Indulgences in the Romish Church. See Gibbon's Roman Empire, 84H.
Jusserand's English Wayfaring Life, IQ25R, &c.

Industrial Arts in Spain, by Riaiio [South Kens. Handbooks] 103 iM

Arts. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja. Ure's Dictionary, yD. Also under
names, e.g., India, Scandinavia, &c.

of Denmark before the Danish Conquest of England, by

Worsaae [South Kensington Handbooks]. 1882 IO35M

of India, by Birdwood, illustrated. 1880 9iil>

[South Kensington Science and Art Handbooks]. 1885 10421X1

Curiosities, by Japp. 1880 .. 292R

Education, by Magnus. 1888 314 and 3i8R

[Twining's Technical Training] 1 1 1 2F

Economy. See Levi's Work and Pay, 283R, &c.

Training. See Brabazon's Board School Reforms, no3F. Meath's Pros-
perity, iiosF, &c.

Industries, Mechanical, by Watt. 1881 III7M

Scientific, Explained, by Watt. 1881 iiiSM

Industry and Applied Sciences, Curiosities of, by Dodd. 1852 87il>



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