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land, Ireland, America, Mexico, Peru, Brazil, United States, Naviga-
tors, &c.

Anselm (Archbishop of Canterbury, b, 1033, d. 1109) [Freeman's

Norman Conquest] 201-5!!

See also Ordericus Vitalis History of England, 114-50. Palgrave's Nor-

mandy and England, i83H, &c.

Anslo (R.)- See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c

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ANS GUILLE-ALLfa LIBRARY. ANT

Anson (George, Lord, />. 1697, d. 1762), Voyage round the World
in the years 1740 to 1744, compiled from his papers by Walter

(S. P. C.K.), illustrated. 1841 : 582 and $>&

Voyages [Remarkable Voyages] 639!^

Life of, by Barrow. 1839 I3OF

Anspach (J. M.), Thieves of Homes, or Habi'ts that Impoverish. 279R
Ansted (D. T.), F.R.S., Geological Gossip, Stray Chapters on Earth

and Ocean. 1863 733Q

Geology, Introductory, Descriptive, and Practical, 2 vols. 1844. 677-8!)

In Search of Minerals (S.r.C.K.). 1880 , 62oQ

Physical Geography. 1871 , 4;8R

Scenery, Science, and Art, illustrated. 1854 785 F

and Latham (R. G.), M.A., The Channel Islands. 1852 4ioH

Channel Islands, by Ansted and Latham reviewed [Quarterly

Review] 1291;

Anster (J.)- See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 4760, c.
Anstey (F.)- See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Answers to Prayer. See Prayer.
Antagoras. See Peter s Poetry of Greece and Rome, 474!), ccc.

Antartic Summer [S.P.C.K.]. 1848 68iZ

Ante-Nicene Christian Library, Translations of the Writings of the
Fathers down to A.D., 325, edited by A. Roberts, D.D., and
J. Donaldson, LL.D., V.D. :

Vo'l. i. Writings of the Apostolic Fathers, translated by Roberts, Donald-
son and Crombie. 1879 375A

Vol. 2. Writings of Justin Martyr and Athenagoras, translated by Dods,

Keith, &c. 1879 3/6A

Vol. y. Writings of Tatian and Theopliilus, and the Clementine Recogni-
tions, translated by Pratten, Dpds, &c. 1880 377 A

Vol. 4. Writings of Clement of Alexandria, translated by Wilson. 1871 . . 37oA
Vol. g_ Writings of Irenseus, vol. i, translated by Roberts and Rambaut. 3?zA.
Vol. 6. Refutation of all Heresies by Hippolytus, vol. i, translated by

Macmahon. 1877 3^3^-

Vol. 7. Five Books of Quintus Sept. Flor. Tertullianus against Marcion,

translated by Holmes. 1878 379A

Vol. 8. Writings of Cyprian, vol. i, translated by Wallis. 1876 36aA

Vol. 9. Writings of Irenaeus, translated by Roberts and Rambaut. 1880. 384-^-

Vol. 10. Writings of Origen, vol. i, translated by Crombie. 1878 3^A.

Vol. n. Writings of Quintus Sept. Flor. Tertullianus, vol. i. 1872 366A

Vol. 12. Writings of Clement of Alexandria, vol. 2, translated by Wilson. 37*A

Vol. 13. Writings of Cyprian, vol. 2, translated by Wallis. 1880 3&3A

Vol. 14. Writings of Methodius Alexander of Lycopolis and Peter of Alex-
andria, &c. 1880 374A

Vol. 15. Writings of Quintus Sept. Flor. Tertullianus, vol. 2, translated by

Holmes. 1874 367 A

Vol. 16. Apocryphal Gospels, Acts, and Revelations, translated by Walker. 374A
Vol. 17. Clementine Homilies and Apostolical Constitution, the latter edited

by Donaldson. 1880 38oA

Vol. 18. Writings of Quintus Sept. Flor. Tertullianus, vol. 3, &c. 1880 .. s68A
Vol. 19. Seven Books of Amobius Adversus Gentes, translated by Bryce

and Campbell. 1871 3&gA

Vol. 2C. Works of Gregory Thaumaturgus, Dionysius of Alexandria, and

Archelaus, translated by Salmond. 1871 378A

Vols. 21-2. Works of Lactantius, translated by Fletcher, 2 vols. 1871 .... 372-3A

Vol. 23. Writings of Origen, vol. 2 translated by Crombie. 1872 36sA

Vol. 24. Liturgies and other Documents of the Anti-Nicene Period. 1872 38iA
Ante-Nicene Fathers. See also Riddle (J. E.), &c.
Antediluvian History [Dew's Nations] 53H

World, by Donnelly, illustrated. 1882 IOI7M

See also Earth, Creation, World, Geology, &c.

Antelopes. See James' Soudan, 653K. Animals, Deer, Natural History, &c.
Anthology, Greek, by Neaves [Ancient Classics for Eng. Readers].

Sec also Poetry. &c.

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ANT ENGLISH SECTION. ANT

Anthropology [Brown's Science for All] 626-96

See also Chambers' Information, 25-6D. Ward's Mankind, 6i2Q. Man.

Sociology, &c.

Anti-Jacobin Poetry. 1799 324Q

Anti-Mammon, by Two Clergymen. 1837 3K

Antichrist [Tod el's Prophecies] S^gA.

Antimony. See Simonin's Mines, 632-36, &c.

Antiocll [Milman's Early Christianity] I54-6Q

Anti.OCh.US (King of Syria). See Josephus, 68H. Niebuhr's Rome, SyH, &c.
Antipater of Sidon. See Dana's Household Book of Poetry, 476!). Peter's
Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, &c.

Thessalonica. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, &c.

Antiphanes. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, &c.
AntipMlus. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, &c.
Antiquary, An. See Thomson (R.).

ANTIQUITIES Works relating to: (See also wider Ar-
ch&ology, Egypt, Rome, Greece, Pompeii, Herculaneum,
Mythology, Monuments, Manners and Customs, Matthew
Paris, Malhew of Westminster, Henry of Huntingdon,
William of Malmesbury, Florence of Worcester, Ingulph,
Roger de Hoveaen, Roger of Wendover, South Kensington
Handbooks, Story of the Nations, rV. For antiquities of any
particular place, see name, e.g., England, France, List
of Reference Works at end of Catalogiic, &f. )
Antiquities, Ancient Monuments, Confirmations of the Bible,
by Sayce [R.T.S.]

and Curiosities of Rome, by Burton, 2 vols. 1828 I/J.I5-6R

Folk-Lore of Ireland, by A. B. R. and Doyle, illustrated 1473^

Marbles in the British Museum [Bonn's Library]. 1848... 83$Z

Babylonian [Sayce's Origin of Religion] 644 A

- Biblical, by Jahn, translated by Upham. 1836 245 A

Nevin I57C-Z

for Schools, by Nevin. 1859 io8Q

Christian, by Riddle. 1839 2 55A

Egyptian, by Young. 1823 6ooD

English, by Jewitt. 1877 IOI6M

- Greek, by Wilkins. 1878 1534^

of Athens, by Stuart. 1841 !537Z

Great Britain, chiefly illustrating the Vulgar Customs,

Ceremonies and Superstitions, 3 vols. 1849 1005-7^!

- Greece, by Potter, 2 vols. 1832 $74-5F

Rome, by Kennet, illustrated. 1708 I4I2R

the Christian Church, by Bingham, 2 vols. 1878 3-4A

North, by Mallet ioo8M

- Roman, by Adam, with Notes by Boycl, illustrated. 1845 .. IOI2M
by Adams. 1825 882F

by Wilkins. 1879 I535Z

Antiquity of Man, by Lyell, illustrated. 1863 SgoF

[GeiUie's Ice Age] 457R

by Rawlinson [Present Day Tracts] 2 35T

Religions of Profane Antiquities, by Duncan 677T

3sF.



See also Adam's Roman Antiquities, 882?. Ainsworth's Assyria, Baby-
lonia and Chaldaea, SSgF. Bartlett's Palestine, 634!^. Beecher's
Mexico, 738K. Beeton's Classical Dictionary, SgoR. Boutell's Arms
and Armour, 3660. Brock's Crosses, 242^!. Bucke's Ancient Cities,
1664-52. Bullock's Anglo-Saxons, ioi8M. Butler's Pompeii, io22M.
Pawkins' Early Man in Britain, SsgF. Domenech's Deserts of Ame-

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ANT GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. APO

ANTIQUITIES Works relating to '.(continued.}

rica, 692K. Dugdale's Curiosities of Great Britain, 738-47!!. Dyer's
Pompeii, i43pR. Evans' Ancient Stone Implements, 2i4D. Forbes'
Rome, 1417^. Holt's English Customs, loigM. Hone's Year Book,
937F. Housman's Museum, Q2R.' Inman's Ancient Faiths, &c., 95-6K.
' '



93
J
B



osephus, 64-sH. King's Moabite Stone, I503R. Knight's Pictorial
ible, 4oo-4M. Layard's Nineveh, 556K. Lost Cities brought to
Light, 15367. Madden's Shrines, &c., 242-3K. Marshall's Cathe-
dral Cities, I356R. Morell's Algeria, 6s8K. Palliser's Brittany,
1381 and I382R. Rawlinson's Ancient Egypt, '4280 and 871-2^.
Rawlinson's Origin of Nations, 3650. Rawlinson's Religions, 448M.
Rays from the East, I45K. Rimmer's Ancient Streets, c., 365^
Rockstro's History of Music, 533H. Smith's History of Joseph, 463M.
Smith's History of Moses, .^.M. Squier's Nicaragua, 764-5^
Squier's Peru, 762]$.. Stephen's Central America, &c., 747-8]$.. Ste-
pen's Yucatan, 745-6K. Stones Crying Out, 548M. Tennent's Ceylon,
627-SK. Timbs' Knowledge for the People, ij^jZ. Trevor's Egypt,
ioi3M. Wachsmuth's Greeks, 878-9F. Wilkinson's Ancient Egyp-
tians, 866-oF., &c.

Antonelli (Cardinal), [Arthur's The Pope, &c.] ........... , .............. 453-4-F

Antoninus (Marcus Aurelius, Emp. of Rome, b. 121, d. 180), Fourth

Book of the Meditations of, tr. and eel. by Crossley. 1882... H97H

- See also Lecky's Morals, 384^!. Niebuhr's Rome, 88H. Contemporary

Review, 202oJ. Nineteenth Century [in French] 22177, &c.
Antonio (Marco). See Dixon's Royal Windsor, 328H. Hamerton's Graphic

Arts, I076M, Sac.
Antony (Marc, Roman Triumvir, b. 85, d. 30 B.C.). Sec Oilman's Rome, 4240.

Josephus, 68H. Niebuhr's Rome, 88H. Plutarch's Lives, 45oF, &c.
ANTS and their Ways, by White, illustrated .............................. looR

Bees and Wasps, by Lubbock. 1882 .................... , ............... lOiR

- Great Ant-eater [Lardner's Library] .............................. . ..... 658R

- See also Brown s Science for All, 6298. Buckley's Life, &c., io6R. Cooke's

Woodlands, 622(3. Half Hours in the Tiny World, 5679. Hartwig's
Tropical World, 758F. Lindsay's Mind in the Lower Animals, 7H-2F.
Lubbock's Scientific Lectures, 782 F. Silver Wings and Golden Scales,
74&F. Wood's Insects Abroad, 74gF. Natural History, Insects, Ani-
mals, &c.

Antwerp. See Allison's Europe, 119-380. Motley's Dutch Republic, 354-60.

Anvers (N. D'.). See D'Anvers (N.)

Anyte. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome,, 4740, &c.

Ape, The. Sec Jardine's Naturalists' Library, 6700,. Lindsay's Mind in the
Lower Animals, 7H-2F. Animals, Monkeys, Natural History, &c.

Apennines [Callow's Rambles] ................... . .......................... . . 144 3-4R

- Sec also Italy, Mountains, &c.

Aphrodite. See Keary's Primitive Beliefs, loiK, &c.

Aphrodite and other Poems, by Gulston. 1 884 ........................ 697M

Apocalypse, Lectures on the, by Wordsworth. 1849 .................. 657 A

Apollo. Sec Keary's Primitive Beliefs, toiK, &c.

Apollodorus of Gela. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, c.

Apollonius of Rhodes. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, c.

Apologues. See Spencer's Things New and Old, I095-6R, &c.

Apollos [llowson's Companions of St. Paul] .............................. 35oM

Apophthegms. See Spencer's Things New and Old, I095-6R, &c.

APOSTLES and Evangelists, Essay on the, by Graves. 1798 ...... SgK

History of, by Lardner, 3 vols. 1760 ........................... 372-4M

See also Haweis' Paul, uSsM. Milman's Early Christianity, 154-sQ. Twin-

ing's Symbols, 507M, and names, e.g., Paul, Peter, &c.
Apostolic Age, Christian Theology in, by Reuss, 2 vols. 1872 ...... 45O-TA

Fathers, Half Hours with the, by Leonard. 1887 ................. H95M

Apostolical Epistles, translated by Macknight, 4 vols. 1821 ...... 353-6A

Translation from the original Greek, by Macknight. 1835 62A

Preaching, an Examination of St. Paul's Epistles, by Sumner ......

Apothecaries. See Beckman's Inventions, 6g7Q, &c.

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APP ENGLISH SECTION. ARC

Apparitions [Owen's Another World] ...................................... 43iM

- See also Nineteenth Century Review, 2225-6 J. Sully's Illusions, 369!^.. Un-
seen World, 2i2Q. Delusions, Demonology, Dreams, Folk-lore, Spirit-
ualism, Superstitions, Witchcraft, c.

Apples. Sec Kitto's Palestine, 6ioB. Robinson's Gardens of Paris, 6ogB. Fruit,
Gardening, &c.

Appleton (G. Webb). See Fiction Class List following the general catalogue.

Appleton (Dr.), His Life and Literary Relics, by J. H. Appleton & A.

H. Sayce. 1881 ......................................................... i3iF

Appleton (T. G.), Syrian Sunshine. 1877 ................................. I494R-

Appleton'S American Guide Book. 1846 ................................. 1573^



Handbook of American Travel, by Richards. 1857
Apprenticeship. See Smith's Wealth of Nations, I026-7F, &c.
Approbation. See Smith's Moral Sentiments, s88H, c.
April. See Brand's Antiquities, ioo5-6M. Howitt's Seasons, 5/2Q, &c.

AQUARIUM and Fernery, by Martin & Weston, ill. 1880 ...... i3oR

- Common Objects of the Sea Shore, by Wood. 1861 ............... 7i6Z

- Fresh and Salt Water, by Wood, illustrated. 1868 ................. 7I5Z

- Popular History of the, by Sowerby, coloured illustrations. 1857 632(5
- The, or Wonders cf the Deep Sea, by Gosse, illustrated. 1854. I27R
See also Cassell's Pastimes, 1262!!. Fishes, &c.

Aq.ua.tic Plants. See Marine Algae, &c.

Aq.Ul. See Keary's Primitive Beliefs, loiK, &c.

AquillEand Priscilla [Howson's Companions of St. Paul] ............... 35oM

Aquinas (Thomas). See Thomas Aquinas.

ARABIA AND THE ARABS Works relating to : (See also
Algeria, Islam, Mahometans, Morocco, Persian Gulf, Red Sea,
Saracens, &-Y.)
Arab, The [R.T.S.] ......................................................... 65oZ

Arabia, Ancient and Modern, by Crichton, 2 yols. 1833 ...... 395-6T

- and the Arabians, Idumsea .......................................... 65 iZ

- Central and Eastern [1862-3], by Palgrave, 2 vols. 1865 ... 585 : 6K

- See also Beke's Discoveries, 597B. Blunt's Tribes of Euphrates, isiS-gR.

Buckle's Civilisation, 186-70. Cameron's Africa, 6o2-3K. Carne's
Letters from the East, I455-6R. Conder's Modern Traveller, 536Z.
Humboldt's Cosmos, 484^. Knight's Pictorial Bible, ioo-4M.
' '



Layard's Nineveh, ss6K. Lubbock's Primitive Man, 6726. Lynch'
U.S. Expedition, 6156. '

Dark Continent, is63R. S
Customs, i48oZ. Vambe'ry's Adventures, iciiO, &c.



, .

5. Smith's Jewish Church, 467M. Stanley's

Dark Continent, is63R. Stephen's Travels, 563]$.. Tegg's Marriage
'



(D. Francois J., French Astronomer, b. 1786, d. 1853), His-
tory of My Youth, trans, by Baden-Powell. 1855... 982Q and I276R
- See also Humboldt's Cosmos, 483R. Astronomers, &c.
AragO (M.), Life of Watt, illustrated. 1839 .............................. 97lQ

Aral Sea. See Lansdell's Russian Central Asia, 828-gK, &c.

Araneides. See Spiders.

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

Ararat. See Blackwood, 135 J. Fraser, 67oJ. Nature, 26777, & c -

Arata Pentelici, Six Lectures on Sculpture, by Ruskin. 1880 ...... 47R

Aratus (Greek General, b. 271, d. 213 B.C.) [Plutarch's Lives] ...... 45oF

Aratus. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, &c.

Arbitration. See Amos' Legal Remedies for War, ioo6F. Law, &c.

Arblay (Mdme. D'.) [Adam's Women of Fashion, &c.] ............... 10480

Arc (Jeanne D'), See Joan of Arc.
Arcachon. See Health Haunts, SioQ, &c.
Arcadia. See Mitford's Greece, ioi-8H, &c.

ARCHAEOLOGY Works relating to : (See also Abbeys, Anti-

quities, Architecture, Art, and tinder names of places, e.g., Athens,

Egypt, Nineveh, List of Reference Works at end of Catalogue, drv.)

Archaeologia Biblica, A Manual of Biblical Antiquities,' by Jahn,

translated by Upham. 1836 ........................ ............ 245A

Grceca, or the Antiquities of Greece, by Potter, 2 vols. 1832 874 -5F

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ARC GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. ARC

ARCHAEOLOGY Works relating to '.(continued.]

Archaeology, Egyptian, by Maspero, illustrated. 1887 QooF

Greek, Etruscan, Roman, by Westropp. 1878 534R

- Greek, a Manual of, "by Colliquon, translated by Wright,

illustrated. 1886 '. iO2iM

of Art, by C. O. Muller. 1852 , 893?

Scotland in Early Christian Times, by Anderson, 2 vols. ... 901 -2F

Pagan Times, by Anderson 864F

Burt



See also Burton's Midian, 656K. Chambers' Information, 25-60.
Davis' Carthage, 876F. Delmar's History of Money, 8g8F, and
Precious Metals, BggF. Oawkin's Early Man in Britain, 8$gF.
Dyer's Ancient Athens, 6o8B. Fairholt's Rambles of an Artist, 8900.
Fellows' Asia Minor > 6756. Forbes' Rome, I4I7R. Green's Bible
Lands, 8a8B. Guhl's Greeks and Romans, 873!^. Howell's Tuscan
Cities, 6746. Medhurst's China, io44F. Nevin's Biblical Antiquities,
io8Q. Lubbock's Scientific Lectures, 782F. Rimmer's Stone Crosses,
862F. Smith's Assyrian Discoveries, 888F. Warren's Jerusalem,
887F. Tweedie's Bible Lands, 2i6Q. Westropp's Rome, 44sK, &c.

Archangel. See Dixon's Free Russia, 446H, &c.

Archer (E. M.). See Fiction'Class List following the General Catalogue.

Archery, Book of, with Anecdotes by Hansard, illustrated. 1841 ... 9260

- [Cassell's Pastimes] I262H

[Home Amusements] 949M

- [Stonehenge's Rural Sports] : 68iT

Young Lady's Book , 983M

Arches, Court of. See Phillimore's Ecclesiastical Judgments, 4g8A
Archilochus (Inventor of Iambics, d. 676, u.c.). See Peter's Poetry of Greece

and Rome, 4740, &c.
Archias (61, B.C.). See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, &c.

ARCHITECTURE Works relating to : (See also Archeo-
logy, Art, Building, Ecclesiology, List of Reference Works at
end of Catalogue, &c. )
Architecture. Acoustics in Relation to, by Smith, illustrated nioM

and Engineering, Mechanical Principles of, by Moseley, ill. 8330

Classic and Early Christian, by Smith and Slater, ill. 1882 loSiM

and Rural Art, by Woodward, illustrated. 1869 IO92M

[Cunningham's British Architects] 105 iQ

From. Schola to Cathedral, a Study of Early Christian Ar-

chitecture, by Brown. 1886 I95K



Gothic and Renaissance, by Smith. 1880

Ecclesiastical, by Bloxam. 1845 35?T

Historical Essay on, by Hope, 2 vols. 1840 56-7D

in England, by Dallaway. 1833 2I5D

Marvels of, by Lefevre, translated, and a chapter on English

Architecture, by Ronald icx^SM

Poetry of, Cottage, Villa, &c., by " Kata Phusin," con-

j ectured nom de plume of R uskin. 1 880 846 R

- Principles of, Design in, by Garbett. 1850 35iT

Secular and Domestic, by Scott. 1857 &73D

- Seven Lamps of, &c. , by Ruskin. 1880 843!^.

- The Renaissance of Art in France, by Mrs. Pattison 3270

See also Adam's Queen Anne, i28oH. Anderson's Scotland in Pagan

Times, 864F. Anver's History of Art, icgsM. Aynsley's India,
8ooK. Burn's Ventilation, io87M. Boileau's Pasteboard Models,
354T. Cassell's Popular Educator, 164-90. Chambers' Information,
25-6 D. Dempsey's Drainage, sg8T. Dobson's Foundations, c.,
344T. Dobson's Masonry, 350"!. Downing's Cottage Residences,
igiD. Fawkes' Horticultural Buildings, 8740. Freeman's Norman
Conquest, 2osH. Howell's Tuscan Cities, 22oD. Knight's Eng-
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ARC ENGLISH SECTION; ARl

ARCHITECTURE Works relating to : (continued.)

land, 147-5411. Maspero's Egyptian Archaeology, gooF. Narjoux
North-West of Europe, 484K. Oakey's Building a Home, Q42M.
Palgrave's Arabia, s85-6K. Rimmer's Stone Crosses, 862 F. Scott's
Recollections, 484F. Teale's Dangers to Health, g2oK. Temple's
India, 486K. Vasari's Painters, &c., 887-910. Viollet-Le-Duc's
Habitations of Man, 88oD. Wheeler's Homes for the People, 94iM.
Winkle's Cathedral Churches of England and Wales, illustrated,
I25D. Wren (Sir C), 58 5 F, &c.

ARCTIC REGIONS Works relating to : (See also Franklin,

(Sir J.), Polar Seas, Travels, Voyages, drc.)
Arctic Circle, New Lands within the, by Payer, translated, illus-
trated, 2 vols. 1876 ' 663-4!^

[Nare's Polar Seas] 6;2-3K

Expedition, German, by Captain Koldevvey, illus. 1874. ... 6o5B
- Explorations [1853-5], by Kane, illustrated, 2 voLs. 1856.... 826-7K

Land Expedition [1833-5], by Back. l8 3 6 66oK

Seas, Yachting in, by Lament, illustrated. 1876 674K

Regions, by Hart wig [Sunbeam Library, vol I ]. 1882 347B

Voyages and Discoveries in the, edited by Mayne. 1855. I266R

Voyage of the Jeannette, by Long, illus., 2 vols. 1883.... 676-7B

Voyages, Last of the, in Search of Sir John Franklin, 1852-4,

illustrated, 2 vols. 1852 66i-2K

ofNordenskiold [1858-1879] illustrated. 1879 665K

See also Brown's Countries of the World, &c.

Ardenniolir, Among the Hills, a Record of Scenery and Sports in

the Highlands, by Abbott. 1876 37iK

Are Miracles Creditable ? by Lias. 1883 644M

Argensola (B. L.) and (L. L.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe,
473D, &c.

Argentine Republic, by King. 1846 766K

See also Brown's Countries of the World, 162!), &c.

Argles (Mrs.). See Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
ArgOS. Sec Mitford's Greece, io2-6H, &c.

Argosy, The, edited by Mrs. Wood, from vol. i. 1866 ij

Containing Serial Tales by Wood, Reade, Edwards, Macdonald, Speight,
Darrell, Wightwick, Mpberly, Doudney, c., which will be found in
Fiction Class List following the General Catalogue.
Argument. See Hood's Preachers, 541 M. Logic, &c.
Argyle (G. D. Campbell, 8th Duke of, statesman, b. 1823), Reign of

Law. 1871 885R

Unity of Nature. 1884 792F

Scotland as it Was and as it Is, 2 vols, 1887 544'SH

Argyle (John, Duke of). See Burton's Scotland, 336-7!!, c.

Ariadne Florentina, Lectures on Wood and Metal Engraving, by

Ruskin. 1880 834R

Ariosto (Ludovico, Italian Poet, b. 1474, d. 1533) Orlando Furioso,

translated by Hoole, 5 vols. 1799 489-930

Ariphron of Sicyon. See Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740, 6cc.

Aristides {Greek Statesman, d. 468 B.C.) [Mitford's Greece] iO2H

See also Plutarch's Lives, 446F and 1132(5, &c.

Aristocracy, Trials Connected with the, by Burke. 1849 3O9-oH

Sec also Alison's Europe, 119-450. Buckle's Civilization, 187-80. Escott's

England and Its People, xoiSF. May's Democracy, 38-gH.
Aristophanes ( The Greatest Comic Greek Poet, b. 450, B.C.), by

Collins [Ancient Classics for English Readers]. 1877 I096Q

Comedies of, translated by Hickie [Bonn's Library], 2 vols. 1853 H5oH

See also Mitford's Greece, 103-4^ Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 474D.

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ARI GUlLLE-ALLfes LIBRARV. ARM

AriOStO (L., Italian Poet, b. 1474, d, 1533) [Longfellow's Poets and

Poetry of Europe] ........................................... ........... 473D

Aristotle (Called Prince of Greek Philosophers, ^.384, d. 332 B.C.),
Metaphysics of, Literally translated from the Greek, with
Notes, c., by M'Mahon [Bohn's Library]. 1879 ............ JI 53H

- Nicomachean Ethics of, translated by Browne [Bohn's Library] H57H
- Organon, or Logical Treatise of, translated by Owen [Bohn's

Library], 2 vols. 1882 ................................................ 1154-51!

Politics and Economics of, translated by Walford [Bohn's Library] I I56H
Aristotle's Politics, translated by Welldon ................................. 788 M

- Treatise on Rhetoric, also the Poetic of Aristotle, translated by

Buckley [Bohn's Library]. 1883 ................................. 1158!!

- by Grant [Collins 5 Ancient Classics] ................................... n6oQ

See also Compayrc's Pedagogy, 2g6R. Humboldt's Cosmos, 483-5!?.. Jar-

dine's Naturalists' Library, 657(5. Lewes' Philosophy, 571-2!!. Mit-
ford's Greece, ioi-7H. Peter's Poetry of Greece and Rome, 4740.
Reid's Intellectual Powers, sSoH. Zeller's Greek Philosophy,
538-9M, &c.

Arithmetic [Cassell's Popular Educator] .................................... 164-90



Elements of, by Gladstains
Pr



- in Theory and Practice, by Brook-Smith. 1887 ..................... 3ioR

Arithmetical Dictionary, by Young. 1859 .............................. 737^

- Puzzles [Cassell's Book of Amusements] ................................. 1259!!

Arithmetic, Practical, by Joyce ................................... ^ ........... 3iiK

Arius (Famous Hierarch, b. 270) and Arianism [Milman's Early

Christianity] ...... < ........................................................ 1 54-6Q

Arizona. See Bourke's Snake Dance, 7IJK, &c.

Ark, The. See Ewald's Israel, 63K. Inman's Faiths, 95-6K. Knight's Pictorial
Bible, looM. Smith's Jewish Church, 467^!, &c.

- Noah's. See Noah's Ark.

Arlington (Lord, English Statesman, and Supporter of Charles L, b. 1618, d.
1685). See Dixon's H.M. Tower, 324^. Pepys' Diary, 9020, c.

Armada, Spanish [Froude's England] ...................................... 2030

See also English History, Battles, Navy, &c.
Armaments, British, 1805-1865. See Kinnear's Principles of Reform, loosF, &c.

- See also Army, Navy, &c.

Armenia. See Milman's Early Christianity, 154-6(3. Blunt's Turkey, i45o-iR.

ARMIES OF VARIOUS NATIONS Works relating
to : (See also Battles, Napoleon, Soldiers, Wars, Wellington,
Names of Countries, 6-Y.)

Armies and Armour of the Ancient Greeks [Mitford's Greece] ... 101-7!!

British and Indian [Martin's Prince Consort] ..................... 92-6F

Army, British [Adam's England at War] .............................. 198-9!!

- Encamping an Army [Rhode's Tent Life] ..................... 93oF

Expenditure [Peto's Taxation] ................ . ..................... ioi6F

the English [Gardiner's History of England] ......... . ........... 468-90

French [Alison's Europe] .......................................... 139-430



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