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- Criminal Prisons of, by Mayhew and Binny. 1862 ...- ......... I26D

- - Curiosities of, by Timbs. 1855 ............ ' ....................... 6 9 Z

- Directory ................................................................. R.L

- Romance of. the, by Bardsley ..................................... 264!*.

- Fire of, Plague of, &c. [Pepys' Diary] .............................. 92O

- Greater, and its Government, by Whale. 1888 ............... 327]*

- Heterodox, or Phases of Free Thought in the Metropolis, by

Davies, 2 vols. 1874 ..... ....................................... 35-6K

- History of, by Loftie, 2 vols. 1883 ................................. 251-20

- In Ancient and Modern Times [Religious Tract Society] ...... I46Z

- the Eighteenth Century, by Malcolm, ill., 2 vols. 1810 748-9?!
- - Jacobite Times, by Doran, 2 vols. 1877 .................. 3' 8 '9H

- - Olden Time [by Miss Laurence], 1825 .................. I335 R

- 1850-1851, from the Geographical Dictionary of T- R.

M'Culloch. 1851 .................................... 77iQ and 1284!^

- - 1889, by Fry, illustrated. 1889 ................................ I744R

- Literary Landmarks of, by Hutton. 1885 .................... 98oR

- Londoniana, by Walford, 2 vols. 1879 ........................ 1333-4R

- Mystic, or Phases of Occult Life in the Metropolis, by Davies 37K

- Night Side of, by Ritchie. 1861 . ................................ I246Z

- Orthodox and Unorthodox, Phases of Religious Life, by

Davies. 1876 .... .................................................. 282-3M

- Outcast London, the Condition of the Abject Poor ............ 55 1 M

- Parks, by Larwood

- Past and Present, by Miller, illustrated. 1852 .................. I3I2R

- Pictorial Handbook of Antiquities, Trade, Institutions,

&c. [Bohn's Library], illustrated. 1854 .................. I332R



LONDON Works relating to (continued).

London, Plague of, by De Foe. 1840 !4iZ

Poor, Homes of the, by Hill. 1875 ... n6gZ

Pen and Pencil Sketches of the East End, by Mrs. Reaney I997R

Pre- Adamite, a Lecture, by Nash. 1879 6740

Prisons, by Dixon. 1850 6o6Z

Railways, London and North Western, London and South Western,

London, Chatham and Dover. See Acworth's Railways, 9370, c.

Residence at the Court of, by R. Rush, United States Minister

[1817-1825] ; also Recollections of the Court of Louis
Phillipe and the French Revolution of 1848, by the
same author. 1 872 955F

Society in, by a I^oreign Resident. 1885 ii82R

Streets, Chronicles of [All the Year Round] 1 786J

See also Ash ton's XlXth Century, 86i-2H. English Illustrated

[Studies], v. 5, 19957, &c.

Suburban Homes, a Residential Guide, with Notes on

Rental, Rates, &c. 1881 I33OR

- The Town, its Characters and Events, by Leigh Hunt. 1848 I336R
Toilers in, Female Labour, &c 335^

- Tower of, by Lord De Ros. 1866 6ioZ

- Twice Round the Clock, by Sala. 1878 , 1677!*.

under Charles II. [Royalty Restored], by Molloy, 2 vols. 259-00

Wilds of, by Greenwood, illustrated. 1876 1 331 R

Wonderful, its Lights and Shadows of Humour and Sad-
ness, illustrated. 1878 357K

- World of, by Vasili. 1885 I223R

See also Alison's Europe, 139-450. All the Year Round [About the
Docks], v. 55, iSisJ ; [City Schools], v. 51, i8irj ; [Cries of]
:8i6J; [Roman], v, 59, 1859 J. Arnold's Politics [Government].
[The City, 86 3 H. Ashton's XlXth Century, 86iH. Bitter Cry of


Outcast London, 551^!. Brand's Antiquities, 1005-7^!. Chambers [At
Sunrise], v. 60, 19607 ; [Suburbs of |, v. 62, 19627. Chronicles of
Newgate [Old London], v. i, 330]). Contemporary (Ancient Build-
ings and their Memories], v. 5, 20I5J ; [Gardening in], v. 48, 2058J ;
[Populaiion and Position of], v. 41, 2O5iJ. Davies' Heterodox
London, 35-6K ; Mystic London, 3/K. Edinburgh Review [Com-
panies of], v. 162, 522 J. Escott's England and its People, loijF.
Fortnightly [Poor in], v. 46, -2136], Freeman's Norman Conquest,
201-sH. Gardiner's History of England, [City of], 460-90. Gentle-
man's Magazine, N.S. [Walk about], v. 37, 7377. Good Words [Life
and Work among the Poor of the East End], v. 25, 21957 ; [Rookery
District], v. 24. 21947. Grant's Travels in Town, 355-6K. Green's Con-
quest of England [Ancient], i87H; English People, 189-92^ Harper
rjournalistic], v. 64, 16447 > [Artistic], v. 67, 16477 > Index, i64oja ;
[As a Literary Centre], v. 77, 16577. Head's Stokers and Pokers
[London and North Western Railway], ni7R. Hunt's Old Court
Suburb, i34iR ; The Town, 136'!. 7 usseraiK l's English Wayfaring
Life, 1925k. Knight's England, 147-54^ Leisure Hour [Custom
House], v. i, 26117 ; [Eventide in], v. 2, 26127 ; [Night in], v. 2, 26127 ;
[Corn Exchange], v. 5, 26157 ! [New Cattle Maiket], v. 5, 26157 5
[A Century Ago], v. 6, 2616) ; [Hyde Park], v. 7, 26177 ; [Mansion
House], v. 8, 26187 ; [Haunted], v. 9, 26197 ; [Leadenhall Market],
v. 10, 26207 > [Exhibition in 1862], v. n, 26217 ', [Coffee Houses], v.
12, 26227 ') [House Building in], v. 13, 26237; [Curiosities of], v. 17,
26277 ; [Smithfield Meat Market], v. 18, 26287 ; [Fires of], v. 19,
26297; [Palaces of Old], v. 24, 26347; [Christ's Hospital], v. 28,
26387 ; [Dutyof Police], v. 28, 26387 ; [Metropolitan Board of Works],
v. 32, 26427 ; [Bachelors of, and their Mode of Living], v. 35, 26457 5
[Day at the Post Office], v. 35, 26457 ; [Flower Trade of], v. 35, 26457.
Life [Light and Shade], 552M. Living Age [Historic], v. 161, 31917.
Macmillan [Landowners and Housing of the Poor], v. 49, 979}- Mar-



LONDON Works relating to (continued).

tineau's Thirty Years' Peace, 4496. Milman's St. Paul's, 32oH.
Mplloy's Royalty Restored, 259-06. National Miscellany, 1034-7!!.
Nineteenth Century Magazine [Labour], v. 24, 2234J ; [Statues and
Monuments of], v. 15, 2225!. Pike's Ancient Meeting Houses, 2616 ;
Crime in England, 307-8^. Probyn's Local Government [Govern-
ment], 303R. Quarterly [Government of], v. 158, I268J. Rogers' Work
and Wages, no2F. Saturday Review [Bethnal Green Museum], v.
54, R.L ; [Mayoralty of] v. 54 ; [Parks in] v. 56 ; [Sewage of and the
Rivers], v. 60. Stanley's Westminster Abbey, 358K. Sunday Maga-
zine [Gutter Merchants in], v. 12, 24697. Harper's New Monthly
Magazine [as a Literary Centre], vol. 76, i6s6J. Girl's Own Annual
[A Girl's Rambles through haunted London], vol. 7, 25577. English
Illustrated Magazine, vol. 3, 19937, c.

London Conference of the Evangelical Alliance [1846]. 1847 65QA

Mission Lectures. 1884-85 IOI2R

- Missionary Society, Fruits of Toil. 1877 53&A

Poems, by Buchanan. 1867 674M

London Quarterly Review, from vol. 19. 1862 809}

Some of the principal contents of this magazine will be found under
their proper headings in the general body of the catalogue, with the
shelf number specified. The general contents will be found in Poole's
Index (Reference Library) under the subjects required.

Saturday Journal, containing Accounts of Travels, Essays,

Sketches, &c., illustrated, 3 vols. 1839-42 102-4!)

London's Missions to its Poor Children. See Sunday Magazine, v. 17, 24747.

Londonderry. See Crpokshank's Methodism, 669-71 A. Irish Pictures, 33613, c.

Londonderry (Marquis of). See Castlereagh.

Long Parliament, The. See Knight's England, 149-50!!, &c.

Long (Lady Catherine). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Long 1 (G., Scholar, b. 1800, d. 1879), Civil Wars of Rome, Select

Lives, translated from Plutarch. 1844 159 and I735-6Z

Decline of the Roman Republic, v.n. :

Vol. i. Fall of Carthage. Viriathus. Foreign and Domestic Events.

Numantia. Slave War in Sicily. Gracchi. War with Jugttrtha, &c. 90!!
Vol. 2. Roman Army in Time of Marius. Cimbri and Teutones. Catulus

and the Cimbri. Spain and Britain. Civil War, c QI H

Vol. 3. Third Mithridatic War. Spartacus. War with the Pirates. Siege

of 7erusalem. Cicero. Catilina. Gallia, &c 92H

Vol. 4. The Helvetii. Ariovistus and the Germans. The Belgae. Caesar

and the Germans. Invasions of Britannia. Cicero in Cilicia, &c. 03H

Vol. 5. Invasion of Italy. Flight of Pompeius. Caesar in Rome, Spain

and Epirus. Antonius joins Caesar. Alexandrine and African

Wars. Ctcsar's Death, &c 94 H

Long 1 (J.). F.R.G.S., Eastern Proverbs and Emblems IOI3R

LongQ.), Poultry for Prizes and Profit, illustrated i7iR

Long Meg. See Chap-Books, i32iH.

Longevity, Human, and the Amount of Life upon the Globe, by

Flourens, translated by Martel. 1855 933 K

See also Leisure Hour, v. TI, 26217. Scribner's Monthly [Curiosities

of], vol. n, 18617, c.

Longfellow (H. W., American Poet and Novelist, b. 1807, d. 1882),

Kavanagh 799R> I2I7Z and 15397

- Poetical Works. 1863 47oD and 4967.

[Chandos Classics]. 1869 323Q

Prose Works [Kavanah and Hyperion] 1 2 1 7Z

Prose Works of, 3 vols. 1866 :

Vol. i. Outre-Mer 797 R

Vo'. 2. Hyperion, a Romance 7g8R

Vol. 3. Kavanagh, Drift-Wood 799R

Song of Hiawatha. 1856 47iDand325Q



Longfellow (I-I. W.), Ed., Poets and Poetry of Europe. 1845 4730

Contents. Anglo-Saxon. Icelandic. Danish. Swedish. German. Dutch.

French. Italian. Spanish. Portuguese.
- 7>., Divine Comedy of Dante. 1887 I4O5M

Life of, by Robertson [Great Writers]. 1887 12640

edited by S. Longfellow, 3 vols 1886-7 590-1 Fa

See also Century [Verses on], v. 2, 1874.7. Dana's Household Book of Poetry,

4760. Harper, v. 65, i645j. Harper's Index, 1640 Ja. Poets of America,
468D. Scribner's Monthly, v. 17, 1867.}. Fiction Class List following
the General Catalogue.
Longlev (C. T., Archbishop of Canterbury, b. 1794, d, 1868). See Cox's Colenso,

62I-2F, & C .

Longman Family. See Curwen's Booksellers, 5200.

Longman's Magazine [A Continuation of Eraser], from vol. I. 1882 SgiJ

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 Catalogue,
with the shelf number specified. The general contents will be found in
the Supplement to Poole's Index (Reference Library), under the sub-
jects required.

Lonnsbury (T. R.), John Fenimore Cooper [American Men of

Letters]. 1883 10400

Lonsdale (M.), Sister Dora, a Biography. 1880 I373O

LOO, Cribbage, &c. [Crawley's Handbooks]. 1876 H45M

Loomis(E., American Mathematician and Astronomer, b. 1811), Works of. See

Harper's Index, i64oja.
Loots. See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 473D.

Lord Bantam [a Social Satire], by Jenkins. 1872 1955^

Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Privy Seal, by Campbell. 1868.. 774-830

of England, by Campbell, 7 vols. 1847 2Q-3^F

Lord Mayor's Day. See Dyer's Popular Customs, I036F.

Lord of the Isles, a Poem, by Scott. 1845

Ullin's Daughter. See Campbell's Poems.

William. See Ballads and Metrical Tales, 3340..
Lord's Day. See Poole's Index, R.L. Sabbath, Sunday, &c.

Prayer and Religious Progress, by Williams 626M

by Spring 47oM

Explained for the Young, by Wilson. 1869 1650

Nine Sermons, by Maurice. 1849 T 9Q

: Sermons on the, by Tayler. 1831 288K

Supper, Communicants' Companion, by Henry 720

- The, by Muir [Present Day Tracts, vol. vi.] 239T

See #&0Keble's Papers and Reviews [Proper meaning of the term], I203H.
Lords, The House of. See Alison's Europe, 140-50. Campbell's Chancellors,

" England,
Anton's Religion in
3 arliament,

Lord (P. B.), M.B., Popular Physiology. 1834 14647,

Lord (W. W.). See Poets of America, 4680.

Lorikeet, The. See Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 6530,, &c.

Lorimer (J. G.), History of the Protestant Church of France. 1841 2i6T

Lorimer (P.), D.D., John Knox and the Church of England. 1873

Loring (Dr. E. G.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Lome, Land of, and Outer Hebrides, by Buchanan. 1883 1363!^

Lome (The Marquis of, b. 1845, Governor of Canada, 1878-83), A

Trip to the Tropics and Home through America. 1867 I642R

Canadian Pictures, drawn with Pen and Pencil 33 J B

Los G-ringOS, or an Inside View of Mexico and California, &c., by

Wise. 1 850 55oK


774-830. Gardiner's History of England, 460-90. May's Democracy,
3gH. Stoughton's Religion in England, 92-yM. House of Lords,
Parliament, c.


Loss of the Amazon, by Johns I742Z

Lossing (H. J.), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Lost Amid the Fogs : Life in Newfoundland, by McCrea. 1869 676K

Cities Brought to Light 1536^

Senses [Deafness and Blindness], by Kitto. 1845 147*^

Lot {Nephew of Abraham, fl. about 1900 B.C.). See Gallaudet's Biography, i6giZ.
Milman's Jews, I57Q. Robinson's Scripture Characters, isiK, c.

Lothrop (Amy). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Lothrop (Mary), Memoir of, &c. [American Tract Society] I6Q6Z

Lotteries. See Beckmann's Inventions, 6g8Q. Leisure Hour [Old], v. 25,
2 6s5j. Proctor's Chance and Luck, i22pR, c.

Lotus-Eating, A Summer Book [A Tour to Niagara, the Hudson,

&c.], by Curtis. 1874 = i6o4R

London (G. E. Freiherr von), by Malleson [Military Biographies] ... 12480

London (Mrs.), Lady's Country Companion, or How to Enjoy a

Country Life Rationally. 1867 CoiT

Loughborough. (Lord). See Rosslyn (A. W.).

Louis IX. (St., Louis, King of France, l>. 1215, d. 1270) and Calvin,

by Guizot. 1868 8o8O

Louis XIII. (.King of France, b. 1601, d. 164^). See Gardiner's History of
England, 461-80. France, &c.

Louis XIV. (King of France, b. 1638, 'd. 1715), and his Contem-
poraries, by Bensley. 1845 JSOQO

- Memoirs on the Reign of, and the Regency, by Saint-Simon,

3 vols. 1889 433-5 F

The Court of France in the Seventeenth Century, by Parcloe, 804-50
Louis XV. (.King of France, b. 1723, d, 1774). See Baker's French Society,


Louis XVl. (King of France, b. 1754, ^^mrwz^ 1793). See Alison's Europe,
119-250. Baker's French Society, 3330. Jackson's French Court,
334-5O. Lecky's Eighteenth Century, i7iH. Quarterly [Flight to
Varennes], v. 163, 1293.}. Thier's French Revolution, 376-7^
Tourzel's Memoirs, 626-7]?, &c.

Louis XVII. (King of France, b. 1785, d. 1795), His Life, Sufferings

and Death, by Beauchesne, tr. by Hazlitt, 2 vols. 97-8F and 806-70

Louis XVIII. (Kino- of France, b. 1755, d. 1824), Correspondence

with Prince Talleyrand, with Notes by Pallain, 2 vols. 1881. 430-1 1 1

See also Alison's Europe, 136-460. Broglie's Personal Recollections, 64.6F.

Cornhill [Reception in England in 1807], v. 53, 333 J. Lennox's Cele-
brities, IOI4H, &C.

Louis Philippe (King of the French, b. 1773, d. 1850), Life of, by

Wright, illustrated 1 1 2F

See also Alison's Europe. 139-460. Broglie's Personal Recollections, 646F.

Lamartine's Revolution, 3230. Martin's Life of the Prince Con-
sort, Q2-3F. Memoirs of Ernest II., 674F. Sarran's Revolution, 1830,
314-50. Rush's Recollections, 955F, &c.

LOUIS Napoleon. See Napoleon III.

Louis (Prince of Condc, b. 1621, d. 1686), Life of, byMahon. 1852.

5900 and I003Q

Louis (Prince of Hesse, Husband of Princess Alice, b, 1837). See Alice

Louis (A. H.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64oja.

Louise De La Keroual or Que'rouaille. See Portsmouth (Duchess of).

Louisiana, Creoles of, by Cable, illustrated. 1885 SoaK

History of, by Gayarre, 3 vols. 1866 512-141!

Spanish Domination, 5i2H. French Domination, sisH. American Domi-
nation, 5I4H.

See also Century [End of Foreign Dominion in], v. 3, 1875.!. Dixon's White

Conquest, 493H. Olmsted's Slave States, 729!^. United States, &c.

Louisville. See Harper's Magazine, v. 77, 1657!.



Lounger, by Mackenzie and others [British Essayists] .................. 42-3T

in the Years 1785-6. 1825 ....................... ........................ 1022!!

Lourdes. See Health Haunts, 8ioQ. &c.

Louverture (Paul). See Alison s Europe, 1260.

L'Ouverture (Toussaint). See Toussaint L'Ouverture.

Love. See Century [at first Sight], v. 8, :88oJ. Chambers, v. 61, ig6ij. Com-
payre"s Pedagogy, 296R. Longmans [a la Mode], v. 2, 892 J ; v. 3,
8Q3J; [in Old Clothes], v. 4, i876J. Lubbock's Pleasures of Life,
igoSR. Millingen's Curiosities [Philtres and Potions], Q27K. Nichol's
Social Life, 14207. Sunday Magazine [will find out the way], v. 14,
2224J. Winged Words, 1923!?.. Girl's Own Annual [the Secret of],
v - 3) 2 553J- Emotions, &c.

Love Letters of Famous Men and Women, edited by Merrydew. 1888 676-7 F

Love Story, a Fragment from " The Doctor," &c., by Southey, edited

byWarter. 1853 ........................................................ !28iR

Love (I!. M.), W T orks of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.

Lovelace (R., Royalist Poet, b. 1618, d. 1658). See Dana's Household Book of
Poetry, 4760.

JLiOvell (E.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Lover (S., Irish h'ovelist and Painter, b. 1797, d. 1868). See Dana's Household
Book of Poetry, 4760. Fiction Class List following the General Cata-
logue, &c.

Lovers. See Simcox's Episodes, io86R. Love, &c.

Lovett (R.), M.A., Irish Pictures, drawn with Pen and Pencil. 1888 336!*
Norwegian Pictures, drawn with Pen and Pencil .................... 329)1

- Pictures from Holland, drawn with Pen and Pencil. 1887 ...... 335B

Loving Work in the Highways and Byeways, by Lady Hope. 1888 I224R
Low (C. R.), General Lord Wolseley (of Cairo), a Memoir. 1883 ... 10420

- Soldiers of the Victorian Age, 2 vols. 1880 ........................... 5O5-6F

- Sec also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.

Low (J. L.), M.A., Durham [Diocesan Histories, S.P.C.K.]. 1881...
Lowe (R., Statesman^ b. 1811). See Lucy's Parliaments, 3i6-7H. Raven's Parlia-

mentary History of England, 1832-1880, 2330, &c.
Lowell (J. R., American Poet, b. 1819), M.A., My Study Windows.. I206Z
Lincoln. Thoreau. Chaucer. Emerson. My Garden Acquaintance.

Carlyle, &c.

- Poetical Works of, edited by Scoble. 1853 ........................... 497Z

- Poetical Works of. 1880 ................. .................................

- - See also Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760. Grtswold's Poets of
America, 4680. Haweis's Humourists, 4820. Nineteenth Century,
v. 17, 2227), &c.

Lowell (M. \V.). See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4 7 6D.
Lower (M. A.), M. A., Contributions to Literature. 1854 ............ I94OR

The Chronicle of Battel Abbey, from 1066 to 1176. 1851. _ ... 72iA
- English Surnames, an Essay on Family Nomenclature, Historical,
Etymological, and Humorous, with several illustrative appen-
dices, 2 vols. 1875 ...................................................... IQ21-2R

Lowestoft. See Ritchie's East Anglia, 6230.

Lowth (R.), D.D., Sacred Poetry of the Hebrews, translated by

Gregory, 2 vols. 1787 .............................................. IO7-SK

Loyalists of the American Revolution, by Sabine, 2 vols. 1864 ..... 686-7K

Loyalty. See Saturday Review, v. 56, R.L. May's Democracy [in France],

Loyola (Ignatius, Founder of the Jesuits, b. 1491, d. 1556). See Griesinger's

Jesuits, 52gH. Nicolini's Jesuits, 3670, &c.

Lub'b.OCk (Sir J., Naturalist, &~Y., /;. 1834), F.R.S., Ants, Bees, and
Wasps," a Record of Observations on the Habits of the Social
Hymenoptera [International Scientific Series]. 1882 ......... loiR

- British Wild Flowers considered in Relation to Insects [Nature
Series], illustrated. 1875 .............................................



Lubbock (Sir J. ), Fifty Years of Science. 1882 780!)

On the Origin and Metamorphoses of Insects [Nature Series]. 1874 155^

On the Senses, Instincts, and Intelligence of Animals [Inter-
national Scientific Series], illustrated. 1889 376R

Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man. 1870 672!^

Scientific Lectures, illustrated. 1879 782F

The Pleasures of Life. 1887-9 ..iQoSR and igoSRa

Part i, igoSR. Part 2, igoSRa.
See also Brown's Palaeolithic Man, gosF. Leisure Hour [with Portrait], v.

30, 26407, &c.

Lubrication. See Ure's Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, 8D, &c.
Lucanus (Roman Poet, b. 39, put to death by Nero, 65). See Peter's Poetry of

Greece and Rome, 4740.

Lucca (Pauline, Austrian Singer, I'. 1840). See Edwards' Prima Donnas, 67gF.
Lucca. See Howell's Tuscan Cities, 67413, &c.
Lucerne. See William's Alps, Switzerland, &c., 5906.
Lucian (Greek Satirist, l>. 1 20, d. 200), by Collins [Ancient Classics

for English Readers]. 1877 IO 95Q

See also Macmillan's Magazine, v. 58, gBSJ. Peter's Poetry of Greece and

Rome, 4740, &c.
Lucifer Matches. See All the Year Round, 17637. Ure's Dictionary, 8D, &c.

Lucille, a Poem, by Meredith. 1864 499Z

Lucillius (Caius, Roman Satirical Poet, b. 148, d. 103 B.C.) See Peter's Poetry

of Greece and Rome, 4740, &c.
Luck and Chance, Wagers, Lotteries, &c., by Proctor. 1887 I22QR

See also Jones' Credulities, Q02M, &c.

Lucknow. See Cassell's India, 2290. Clyde (Lord) [Relief of], 162-3!?.
Holmes' Indian Mutiny, 47oH. Trotter's India under Victoria,
538-gH. Quarterly [Siege off, v. 103, 12337, &c.

Lucretius (Caius Titus, Roman Philosopher^ b. 95, committed Stii-
cids 55 B.C.), T. Lucreti cari De Rerum Natura Libii Sex,

translated by Munro. 1886 1198!!

- by Mallock [Collins' Ancient Classics]. 1878 11640

See also Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740. Plutarch's Lives,

447 F. Edinburgh Review [Good's Translation], v. 10, 3707, c.
Lucullus (L. L., Roman General, b. iofr, d. 57 R.C.). See Plutarch's Lives,
ii3 3 Q, &c.

Lucy Howard's Journal, by Sigourney. 1858 7190

Lucy (H. W.), Diary of Two Parliaments, 2 vols. 1885 :

Vol. i. Disraeli Parliament, 1874-80. Irish Matters. Kenealy. Plim-
soll. Tichborne Demonstration. County Franchise. Peace with
Honour. Merchant Shipping Bill. Stationery Office Scandal,

&c 3i6H

Vol. 2. Gladstone Parliament, 1880-85. Bradlaugh. Local Option.
Fourth Party. Suspension of Thirty-seven Members. Kil-
mainham Treaty. Affirmation Bill. Irish Land Bill, &c. 317^!

See also Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Luddites, The. See Brown's State Trials, 3050, &c.
Ludlow (F. H. and H. W), Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja.
Ludlow (J. M.), Popular Epics of the Middle Ages of the Norse-
German and Carlovingian Cycles. 1865 1218-97

and Jones (L.), Progress of the Working Class [1832-67] 238!*

Luke (St.), Commentary on the Gospel of, by Godet, translated. 1881 igM

Lange, 2 vols. 1869 iio-iA

Gospel of [Barnes' Notes] 2M

with Commentary by Plumptre [School Commentary] I38Q

[Gray's Biblical Museum] 88M

[Howson's Companions of St. Paul] 349^

The Physician's Story [Haweis' Christ and Christianity]



Lukin (James), B.A., Ed., Turning Lathes: a Manual for Technical

Schools and Apprentices, illustrated. 1888 II56M

Lllkis (W. C.)j Barrows and Monuments, &c., in the Islands of

Brittany. 1875 9 8F

Rude Stone Monuments called Cromlechs and Dolmens, &c. 1875 909 F

Lukis (Capt. F. Du Bois, of Guernsey). See Sarnia [p. 97], 14160.

Lull! (G.). See Naumann's Music, 928-90.

Lunacy Laws, The Old. See All the Year Round, v. 42, 1822], &c.

Lunar Tables, by Mrs. Taylor. 1835 6oD

Lunatic Asylums. See Wynter's Curiosities, gigM, &c.

Lunatics. See Saturday Review [Suspected], v. 59, R.L. Wynter's Human
Hive, 243R. Idiots, Insanity, Maniacs, &c.

Lund(T. W. M.) Italian Lake Land I728R

Lungs. See Meyer's Organs of Speech, sgoR. Man and his Maladies, gsgK.

Medical Works. Physiology, &c.

Lunt (G.) Works of. See Harper's Index, 1640 Ja. Poets of America, 468D.
Lupton (J. I.), M.R.C.V.S., Ed., Horse Management, by Mayhew. 857D
Lutfullah, A Mohammedan Gentleman and his Transactions with his

Fellow Creatures, edited by Eastwick. 1857 8ioO

Luther (Martin, German Reformer, l>. 1483, d. 1546), and the

Reformation, by Scott, 2 vols. 1832 22I-3T

Anecdotes, Memorable Sayings and Doings, by Macaulay [R.T.S.] 949Q

Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians. 1810 68A

First Principles of the Reformation, &c., translated, edited by

Wace and Buchheim. 1883 7O2A

A Short Biography, by Froude. 1883 8uO

His Life and Work, by Bayne, 2 vols. 1887 ^94'5F

Home and Haunts of, by Stoughton, illustrated 62oF

Life of, by Himself, arranged by Michelet, trans, by Hazlitt. 1846 8i2O

by Kostlin, translated, with illustrations. 1883 356F

Michelet, translated by Smith J93D

Student, Monk, Reformer, by Rae, illustrated. 1884 ,... 14630

- The Reformer, by Kostlin, translated by Weir. 1883 947Q

Sec also Contemporary, v. 44, 20547. Dana's Household Book of Poetry,

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