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6 77 M. Chatterton (T.), 409-10(3. Chaucer, 5030, 6 7 8M and 377-82(3.
Churchill (C.), 411-3(3. Cochrane (C. B.), 68oM. Coleridge (S. T.),



340 and 414-6(3. Collins (W.), 417(3. Corbet (D.), 524(3. Corn-
wall (Barry), 4560 and 645^ Cowper (W.), 339(3 and I572Z.
Crabbe (G.), 434-8D and 525-32Q. Craik (Mrs. [D. Muloch]), 73oM.



Croly, 454!). Crommelin (May), i32oH. Dante (Alighieri), 713 and
7 i 4 M. Dodds(J.), 6i8O. Donne (J. ), 4 i8Q. Dryden(J.), 419-23(3.
Eliot (George), 4570. Elliott (A. H.), 5140. Emerson (R. W.),
92 9 R. Fairfax (E.), srfZ. Falconer (VV.), 4 2 4 Q. Qoethe (J. W.
von), 4620 and 69iM. Goldsmith (O.), 427Q and 489Z. Gordon
(A. L.), I794Z- Gay (J.), 425-6(3. Gray (T.), 305, 314 and 428(3 and
i 575 Z. Gulston (A. S.), 6971X1. Hall (S. C.), 6 9 8M. Halleck (F.
G.), 6 99 M. Halpine (C. G. [Miles O'Reilly]), 7 ooM. Hart (Mrs.),
iSssZ. Harte (Bret), i6i2Z. Havergal (F. R.), 70I-2M. Hayes
(E.), 7 69- 7 oM. Hayley (W.), 2 7 o- 2 Q. Heber (R.), 49oZ. Hemans
(F.), 4 6iD, 7 o 3 M and_ 49 oZ. ^Herbert (G.), 43 iQ. Herrick (R.),



- 3 oQ. Hogg (J. [Ettrick Shepherd]), 2 9 o- 4 Q. Holland (J. G.),
Z. Homer, 505-6^. Hood (T. ), 328-9,330 and 432-6(3. Hopper
). 7 o5M. Hows (J. W. S.), 6Q5M. Hugo (Victor), 7 o 7 M.
Hunt (L.), I272H, 313 and 331(3. Ingelow (Jean), 7 ioM. Joh.il-
4iiD. Ke" "



429
493
(E.).



son (S.), 41 iD. Keble (J.), 1404 M and 495 Z. King Alfred,
868R. Kingsky (C.X i$6sR. Lamb (C.), 7 nM. Landon (L. E.),
7 i6M. Lewis ( ), 479 Z. Little (Thos.), i 7 6 4 Z. Lockhart (J. G.),
322(3. Longfellow, 470 and 47iD, 323 and 325(3. Lowell (J. R.),
7IS.M and 4 g 7 Z. Lytton, 4850. Macaulay (Lord), 7 i7-8M.
Mackay (C.), IOOT Gems, 337(3. Mallet (L.), ioo8M. Marvell
(A.), 437(3. Mathews (C. S.), 7 o6M. Meredith (O.), 4 99 Z. Michell
(N.), i52 4 R. Milman, 443-5 and 4470. Milton (J.), 480-10, 438-400
and soo-iZ. Moir (D. M.), 346-70. Montgomery (J.), 4 7 gD and
44I-5Q. Moore (T.), 5090, 446-510 and 502Z. Morris (L.), 3O6-8Q.
Morris (W.), 8o 4 -8M. Muloch (Miss), 73 oM. Nicoll (R.), 336(3.
Opie (Mrs.), 6 3 sT. Ossian, 477 D. Ovid, 3 02- 3 Q. Page (H. A.),
7 2oM. Parnell (T.), 45 2Q. Parton (J.), 7 2iM. Patmore (C.),
7 77 M. Percy (T.), 590!). Peyton (T.), J2^M. Pindar (Peter),
514-6(3 and 5 i 9 Z. Poe (E. A.), 3 2 7 Q. Pollok (R.), 5 o 3 Z. Pope
(A.), 426-70, 453-50 and 5o 4 Z. Prentice (G. D.), 778M. Prince
(J. C.), 356Q. Prior (M.),456-7Q. Raddiffe (A.), 49 oZ. Robin-
son's Poets' Birds, 737M. Rossetti (D. G.), 738M. Rutherford (G.
S. de M.), 454M. Schiller, 4 6 2 D. Scott (B.), 457M. Scott
(Sir W.), 498-9 and sooD, 338 and 455-66(3 and 637!'. Shakespeare
(W.), 47 oQ, &c. Shelley (P. B.), 47i- 4 Qand 5 i5Z. Skelton (J.), 4 6 7 -c '
Southey (R.), 506 and soSD, 295-3010 and 475-840. Spenser (I
4 i 3 D and 4.85-9Q- Sperry (H. T.), 775^- Surrey (Earl of), 361 anc
:>Q. Swift (J.), 491-3(3. Swinburne (A. C.), 748, 773 and i403M
asso, 5i6Z. Tegn^r (E.), 68sM. Telemachus, 749-oM. Tenny-
son, 485, 487 and 4880, 751, 752 and 77iM, 273 and 3iiQ. Thom-
son (J.), 34 1 '4, 345 and 494-sQ. Tickell (T.), 452(3. Tomlinson
(C.), 75 3 M. Tupper (M. F.), 86 7 -8R and i8 54 Z. Turner (C.), 2 8 7 -8Q.
Vaughan (H.), 49 6Q. Virgil, 8o 2 - 3 M. Waller (E.), no6- 7 Z.
Watts (T.), 8r 4 M. Watts (I.), 4 97 Q. Wesley (S.), 333Q. West
(G.), 345Q- White (H. K.), s68- 7 oF and 49 8Q. Whittier, 452 D.
Wilson (Prof.), 88iR. Wordsworth (W.), 5120, 499-5050;. Wright

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POE GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. POI

POETRY, POETS, &C. Works relating to (continued).

(T.), M.A., 1413-4^1. Young (E.), 5Q7-8Q and 4620. See also
the following works relating to Poetry : Adams' Queen
Anne, 1281 H. Adams' Town and Country, i6igR. All the Year
Round [and Pantomime], v. 13, 1772] ', [Popular and Unpopular],
v. 24, 17847. Art Journal [Insensibility of, to Architecture],
v. 35, R.L. Bayne's Two Great Englishwomen, zoioO. Bell's
Poets of Great Britain, 278-3197. Blackwpod [Cockney School
of], v. 2, 4, 5, 6, 12 and 18, R.L. ; [Inspiration], v. 8, R.L. ;
[Professional men indifferent as], v. 8, R.L. ; [and Poetesses,
Living], v. 31, R.L. ; [Female characters of Modern], v. 37, R.L. ;
[of Sacred and Legendary Art], v. 65, 1357 ; [at Play], v. 115, 1857 ;
[False Coin in], v. 131, 20iJ. Boys' Own Annual, v. 10, 29607.
Chambers [What is?], v. i, 19217 ; [Poetic Instinct], v. 6, 19267 ;
[Proper Names in], v. 6, 19267 ; [and Flowers], v. 7, 19277 : [What
is the Use of ?], v. 13, 19337 ; [Poets' Pets], v. 60, 19607. Contem-
porary [Recent], v. 3, 2013} ; [Religious and Scientific Criticism], v.
12, 2022J ; [Morality in], v. 39, 20497 ; [Poetic Criticism], v. 41,
20517 ; [./Esthetic], v. 42, 20527 ; [Out-door, of the Middle Ages and
the Renaissance], v. 45, 2055.7. Cornhill [and Pessimism], v. 37,
3177 ; [Poets and Nightingales], v. 47, 3277. Cunningham's
Eminent Englishmen, 2i-8F. Edinburgh Review [Lake School of],
v. i, 36iJ ; [Ancient German and Northern], v. 26, 386J ; [Modern],
v. 163, 5237. Escott's England and its People [Poetry and Poets],
ioi8F. Every Boy's Annual [Homes of the Poets], [1889], i3o8H.
Fortnightly [Use of Metaphor in], v. 5, 20957 ; [English Poets of
To-Day], v. 40, 21307. Eraser [Decline and Fall of], v. 10, 62oJ ;
[Lyrical and Dramatic, Recent], v. 36, 6467 ; [and Players], v. 44,
6547*, [Little Lessons for Little Poets], v. 55, 665!; [of the Eigh-
teenth Century], v. 69, 679} ; [Modem], v. 76, 686J ; [Prophetic
Power of], v. 103, 7137. Gallon's Urbana Scripta, 315']". Girl's
Own Annual [Some of the Poetry we Read], v. 8, 25587. Grant's
Mysteries [and Superstition], 894^. Harper's Index, t64oja.
Hazeltine's Chats [Poets and Novelists], 977R. Johnson's Works,
9G2H. Keble's Papers and Reviews [Sacred], I203H. Lang's
Grass of Parnassus, i88gZ. Legouve's Art of Poetry, 1073!^.
Leisure Hour [of the Bible], v. 15, 26257 ; [Pedigree of Poets], v. 21,
2631 J ; [Personal Appearance of Famous Poets], v. 35, 2645]
Living Age [Loyalist], v. 57, 30877; [Miscellaneous], v. 64, 3094};
[Politics and Conservatism], v. 168, 31987 ; [Compared with other
Fine Arts], v. 171, 3201 J. Lubbock's Pleasures of Life, igoSRa.
Macmillan [and Politics], v. 53, 983] ; [Patriotic], v. 46, 976J ;
[Poetic Imagination], v. 53, 9837 ; [Province and Study of], v. 53,
9837. Once a Week [Poets Laureate to Nineteenth Century], v. 24,
22847. Quarterly [Modern English Female Poets], v. 66, 11967 ',
[Bards of the Sixth Century], v. 91, 12217 ! [Society], v. 137, 12677.
Quiver [of the New Testament], v. 23, 32937. Saturday Review
[as a Motive Force in National Life], v. 61, R.L. Scottish Min-
strelsy, 449-510. Scribner's Monthly [in America], v. 22, 18727.
Smith's Essays, 462M. Temple Bar [and Painting], v. 59, 13897.
Westminster Review [Roumanian], v. 67, R.L. Wright's England
in Middle Ages, 780. Poe (E. A.), 728 and 72gM, &c.

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

[conjectured nom-de-plume of Ruskin]. 1880 846R

Pohlman (L. E.), Works of. See Harper's Index, i64o7a.

Poindextre (]., of Jersey). See Caesarea or 7ersey, 1409^

Pointer, The. See Youatt's The Dog, 8i7F. Dogs, &c.

Poisonous, Noxious, and Suspected Plants of our Fields and Woods,

by Pratt [S.P.C.K.], illustrated 38D

Poisons. See All the Year Round [of the Rattlesnake], v. 19, 17797 ', [Berries]
v> 33> J 793J > [Poisonous Reptiles and Insects of India] v. 53, 18137.
Beckmann's Inventions [Secret], 6g7Q. Beeton's Household Manage-
ment, QgjM. Cassell's Family Magazine [in the House], v. 9, 23587.
Chambers [Poison Eaters], v. 16, 19347 ; v. 25, 19397 ; [Lurking] v.
30, 19417 ! [Arsenic] v. 36, 19447 ; [Poisoned Arrows] v. 54, 19547 J
[Poisonous Leaves] v. 60, 19607 ; [Poisoning] v. 61, 19617 ; [Curiosities
of, and their Antidotes] v. 62, 19627. Chronicles of Newgate [and Poi-

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POI ENGLISH SECTION. POL

P ois OHS (contin uea).

soners], v. 2, 33iD. Girl's Own Annual, v. 4, 2554]. Good Words
i Common Things], v. 23, 21037. Health Lectures [Domestic], i43gZ.



ousehold Words, v. 13, 1753.). Knowledge [Home Cures for], v. 2,
2582 J. Living Age [and Herbs of India], v. 164, 3194.!. Macmillan
[of the Day, a New Social Evil], v. 46, 9767. Mackay's Delusions
[Poisoners], 903X1. South's Household Surgery, iSsjZ. Temple Bar
[of Asps], v. 29, 13597. Timbs' Works, 8.522, &c.

Poitiers. See Penny Magazine, v. 8, 146?!.

Poker. See Knowledge, v. 2, 2582) ; [Principles of] v. 4, 25847 ; [Truth and]
v. 4, 25847. Longman [Principles and Chance Laws of], v. 2.
892;, &c.

POLAND, History of, by Fletcher. 1831 ................................. IO2Z

- - [Lardner's Cabinet Cyclopaedia] .................................. 3oO

- - See also Alison's Europe, 119-460. All the Year Round, v. 9, 17697.
Chambers [Life in], v. 41. 19477. Edinburgh Review [History of], v.
J 4> 374.J 5 [Wrongs and Claims of] v. 55, 4157. English Illustrated
Magazine [Polish Carpathians, In the], v. 5, 19957. Fortnightly
[Russian Government in], v. 7, 20977. Eraser [Insurrection in 1830],
v. 2, 6127 ; [and Russia] v. 21, 6317 ; [as it is] v. 42, 6527 ; [Captivity
of] v. 67, 6777 ; [Women and the Insurrection] v. 68, 6787. Lecky's
Eighteenth Century [Polish Question], 171 H. Leisure "Hour [and
the Poles], v. ir, 26217; [Unhappy] v. 12, 26227 ; [200 Years ago] v.
26, 26367 ; Living Age [Alps of], v. 140, 31707. Macmillan [Russian,
Week in], v. 9, 9397. Maunder's Treasury of History, i8s6Z. Mil-
man's 7 e '- vs , I=: 9Q' Saturday Review [Expulsion from Germany],
v. 60, R.L. Stephen's Travels, 5 6 4 K, &c.

Polar Seas, a Voyage to the [1875-6], by Nares, illus., 2 vols. 1878 672-3K

by Leslie, &c. 1831 ................................................... 549Z

- Expedition to the, Commanded by Admiral Von Wrangell,

edited by Sabine. 1844 ............................................... 7&9Q

Journey to the [1819-22], by Franklin, 2 vols. 1824 ............ 67o-iK

Polar Seas and Regions. See also Chambers [Open Seas], v. 44, 19487 ; [Ice]

v. 46, 19497- Leisure Hour [Bears], v. 16, 26267. Harper's Index
[Exploration], i64o7a. Nature [South, Exploration], v. 7, 26677.
Quarterly [Exploration], v. 118, 12487. Cassell's Family Magazine
[Going to the South Pole], v. 15, 13657. Polar Seas, Arctic Ocean, &c.
Polarisation. See Deschanel's Natural Philosophy, 8270.

of Light, by Spottiswoode. 1879. ................................... I52R

- - See also Tynd all's Light, so8R, c.

Pole Star. Sec Chambers [When shall we lose our ?] v. 62, 19627. Astronomy,

Stars, &c.
IPole (Cardinal, Dean of Exeter, b. 1500, d. 1558). Sec Burke's Historical Por-

traits, 541 F. Dixon's Royal Windsor, 3-27!!. Froude's England,

192-70. Gentleman's Magazine, v. 26, 7467, &c.
Pole (W., Civil Engineer, b. 1814), F.R.S., Life of Sir William

Siemens. 1888 ......................................................... 5<DiF

The Theory of the Modern Scientific Game of Whist. 1870 ......

Polecat, The. See Chambers [Few Words about], v. 61, 19617. 7 ar dine's Na-

turalists' Library, 66oQ. Science Gossip, v. 15, 24187.

-Police. See Blackwood [System of London], v. 140, 2107. Cassell's Magazine
[Thames Police], v. 8, 23487. Chambers [Police Officer, Recollections
of a], y. 12-15, 1932-347 ; v. 20, 19367 ; v. 37, 19457 ', [of London and
what is paid them] v. 41, 19477 ! [of Paris, Secret] v. 49, 19517.
Curran's Speeches [of Dublin, 1789], 8g8H. Edinburgh Review [of
London], v. 48, 4087. Escott's England and its People, ioi7-8F.
Fraser [Force, Prevention of Crime], v. 77, 6877. Harper's New
Monthly Magazine, v. 74, 16547. Hill's Repression of Crime, zoisF.
Leisure Hour [Uetectives], v. 6, 26167 ; [Policeman in London, p. n],
v. 7, 26177. Macmillan [of London], v. 46, 9767. Martineau's
Thirty Years' Peace, 44gB. Murray's Magazine [of the Metropolis],
v. 4, 14647. Peto's Taxation, iot6F. Pike's Crime in England, 3o8H.
Quarterly [and the Thieves], v. 99, 12297. Saturday Review [London
and French], v. 54, R.L. Scribner's Monthly [of New York], v. 16,
18667. Temple's India, 486K. Wynter's Curiosities, gigM. Time,
v. 20, 15107. Wale's London, 327R, &c.

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POL GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. POL

Polignac (Prince de, French Statesman, b. 1780, d. 1847). See Alison's Europe,

140-30. France, &c.

Polishing. See English Mechanic, v. 47, 10470, &c.

Polite Letter Writer. See All the Year Round, v. 41, iSoiJ. Letters, Corre-
spondence, c.

Politeness. See Chambers [Science of, in France], v. 18, 1935!. Cornhill
ig the Higher and Lower Classes], v. 5, 2 8 5 J. Mul"
;, c., 92Q. Temple Bar, v. 34, 1364} ; [One
Ago],



ng the Higher and Lower Classes], v. 5, 28sJ. Muller's Noble
Deeds, c., 92(3. Temple Bar, v. 34, 1364} ; [One Hundred Years
v. 54, I3S4J. Emotions, Manners, Sentiments, &c.



POLITICAL ECONOMY, POLITICS, &c., Works re-
lating to : (See also Capital and Labour, Commerce,
Democracy, Free Trade, Government, International Labour ^
Land, Law, Liberals, Monarchy, Party, Protection, Suffrage,
Tory, WJiig, Working Classes, and Names of Politicians,
e.g., Disraeli, Gladstone, &*<:., or Countries, e.g., England,
France, Germany, &c. Poolers Index, R.L., <5rV.

Political and Social Subjects, Speeches, by Brougham. 1857 6o5-6R

- Dissertations, by Brougham. 1857 .............................. 6o4R

- Economy and Taxation, Principles of, by Ricardo. 1819 ... IOO4F
- as applied to the American People, by Bowen. 1863,. .. IOO2F
- - by Greeley. 1870 ................................................ 2igR

- - Jevons. 1878 ................................................... I5I2Z

-Mill. 1880 ..................................................... 2i8R

- Domestic and Financial Condition of Great Britain, by

Browning. 1 834 ................................................... 1001 F

- - - Economic Studies, by W. Bagehot, ed. by Hutton. 1880 IOO3F

for Beginners, by M. G. Fawcett. 1874 ..................... i5nZ

- in Connection with the Moral State and Prospects of

Society, by Chalmers. 1832 ........... . ....................... icooF

- of Art, by Ruskin. 1880 ....................................... 83iR

- - Principles of, by Mai thus. 1820 ............................ 999F

- Mill, 2 vols. 1852 .................................... 997-SF

- Questions in [by Bailey]. 1823 ................................. 22oR

- Essays, by Hugh Miller. 1875 ................................... 8o6R

- Leaders, English, v.D. :

Lord Palmerston, by Trollope. 1882 ........................... 12400

- - See also English Political Leaders.

- French, by King. 1876 .......................................... 6590*

- Miscellanies, &c., by Burke, 2 vols. 1855 .................... 6o9-oR

- Women, by Menzies, 2 vols. 1875 ............................. 928-90

Politics, a Manual of, by Lee. 1889 ................................ 6g8F

- and Darwinism, by Ritchie. 1889 ................................ 1998!%.

- Physics, by Bagehot ............................................. 379R

- for Young Americans, by Nordhoff. 1876 ..................... 5 2 5T

- of Aristotle, translated by Welldon. 1 888 ..................... 788M

- Science of, by Amos. 1883 .......... ............................... 374-R

- Social, by Arnold. 1878 ................................ . ........... 86oH

- [United States], for 1 868, by Macpherson ........................ 2900

Political Economy. See also Amos' Remedies for War, ioo6F. Black-

wood [Elements of Save-all-ism], v. 12, R.L. ; v. 140, 2ioJ. Buckle's
Civilization, i86-8O. Capital and Labour, nisF. Cassell's Popular
Educator, 164-90. Chambers [Drolleries of false], v. 17, 1935} ; v.
29, i94ij. Contemporary [and Luxury], v. 8, 2oi8j. Edinburgh
Review [Colonial Protection], v. 84, 444} ; [Primitive in England], v.
85, 445J- Escott's England, its People, Polity, &c., ioi7-8F. Ex-
celsior, 1927, 1928 and igsiR. Favvcett's Essays [and Social



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POL ENGLISH SECTION. POL

POLITICAL ECONOMY, POLITICS, &c., Works relat-
ing to ( continued ) t

Economy], ioi4F. Fortnightly [and Comte], v. 13, 21037 ; [and
Land], v. 13, 21037 ; [in Germany], v. 20, 2iioJ; [in England], v.
25, 2TisJ ; [Future of], v. 26, 2ii6J ; [Education of the Country
Voter], v. 46, 21367. George's Progress and Poverty, IO23F.
Harper's Index, i64oja. Johnson's Works [Political Tracts], 993H.
Martineau's Popular Tales, 774-8iX. Paley's Works, i3iK. Peto's
Ta.xation, ioi6F. Kinnear's Principles of Reform, loosF. Rout-
ledge's Popular Progress, 1034 F. Smith's Wealth of Nations,
I027-8F. Temple Bar [The Coming, and Social Upheaval], v. 34,
13647. Walker's Science of Wealth, io2sF. Politics. See
Academy [Institutions, Spencer on], v. 54, R.L. Andrews'
iR.



eope, IOI7-. orngy resen os
2I37J. Eraser [and the Press], v. 92, 7027.
952R. Grego's Elections in Old Days, 12751!.
History, 2ioH. International Policy [1866],



Eighteenth Century, 28iR. Aristotle, ii56H. Bisset's Parlia-
mentary Government, 2I5-6H. Bryce's American Commonwealth
[Politicians], siS-gH. Chevalier's United States, io42F. Col-
chester's Diary [1802-17], 241-3^ Compayr's Pedagogy, 296!?..
Contemporary [Morality in], v. 30, 20407. Escott's England and its
People, IOI7-8F. Fortnightly [Present Position of European], v. 47,

Frost's Recollections,
Hallam's Constitutional

ry, 2ioH. International Policy [1866], 332H. Junius, Letters
of, 985-6H. Lecky's Morals, 384^X1. Macmillan [and History], v.
40, 9707. Mill's Discussions, 646-8H. Porter's Progress of the
Nation, 213-5^. Quarterly [as a Profession], v. 126, 12567.
Schlosser's Eighteenth Century, 24-31^!. Seeley's England [and
History], 15150. Timbs' Works [Political-Historico Information],
8557. Yonge's Constitutional History, 2iiH. Young's Govern-
ment, 227R. Time [Feminine], v. 20, 15107, &c.
Polity of the New Testament, by Davidson. 1854 ..................... II7M

Poliziano (A.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 473D, &c.

Pollard (E. A. ), The Lost Canoe, a New Southern History of the

War of the Confederates. 1806 ................................... 2/lD

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

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

Pollen (J. H.), M.A., Ancient and Modern Furniture and Wood-

work [South Kensington Handbook], illustrated .................. IO56M

Gold and Silver-Smith's Work [South Kensington Handbooks]... 1041 M
Pollen, by M. P. Edgeworth. 1877 .............. ............................ 773F

See also Nature [Pollen Plants], v. 20, 268oJ, c.

Pollock (Frederick, Eldest son of Sir IV. /"'., Professor ofjiirisprudence, b. 1845),

See Saturday Review [Essays on Jurisprudence], v. 53, R.L, &c.
Pollock (Sir W. F., Queen's Remembrancer, b. 1815), Macready's

Reminiscences, Diaries and Letters, 2 vols. 1875 ............ 362-3!"

Personal Remembrances of, 2 vols. 1887 ........................... 1359-00

Spinoza, his Life and Philosophy. 1880 .............................. 595^

Pollock (W. H., Younger son of Sir W. F. Pollock, Lecturer, b. 1850)

and Pollock (Lady), Amateur Theatricals [Art at Home

Series]. 1879 ..... : ......... -. ........................................... 967M

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

Review, v. 55, R.L., &c.
Pollok (R., Scotch Poet, b. 1799, d. 1827), A.M., Course of Time, a

Poem, illustrated ........................................................ 503^

- See also Griswold's Poets and Poetry of England, 4720, &c.

Polly Peachum. See Palace and Hospital, 15360, &c.

Polo, Curling, &c. See Cassell's Pastimes, I262H. Crawley's Handbooks, nsoM.

Athletics, Games, Sports, &c.

Polo (G. G.). See Longfellow's Poets and Poetry of Europe, 4730, &c.
Polo (Marco, Venetian Traveller, b. 1256, d. 1324), Travels of, by

Murray [Edinburgh Cabinet Library]. 1844 ................. . 936Q

- Travels of, by Wright. 1854 ............................................. I522R

See also All the Year Round, v. 33, 17937. Quarterly, v. 21, 10417, &c.

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POL GUILLE-ALLES LIBRARY. PON

Polybius (Greek Statesman and Historian, b. 210, d. 128 B.C),

General History of, by Hampton, 2 vols. 1823 963-4!!

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

jPolycarp (Saint and Martyr, Bishop of Smyrna, said to be put to death 166).
See Farrar's Lives of the Fathers, 67oF. Haweis' Christ and Chris-
tianity, n86M. Quarterly Review [Lightfoot on], v. 162, i2g2J.
Sunday Magazine, v. 15, 2472J, <S:c.

Polygamy. See Fraser [in Turkey], v. 98, 7o8J. Living Age [in Heathen Con-
verts], v. 70, 3iooJ. Mormons, &c.

Polyglot of Foreign Proverbs, by Bohn. 1857 1064!%.

Polynesia, Principal Islands in the ^South Seas, by Russell. 1842 388T

Polynesian Reminiscences, or Life m the South Pacific Islands, by

Pritchard, illustrated. 1866 767K

Researches, by Ellis, 4 vols 679-oZ

See also Bennett's Whaling Voyage, 835-6K. Blackwood [Sketches in], v.

103, I73J. Brown's Races of Mankind, 155!}. 'Hart wig's Tropical
World [Polynesian Fishermen], 7s8F. Lubbock's Primitive Man,672B.
Melville's Marquesas Islands, 774Q and I287R. Quarterly [Ellis's
Researches in], v. 43, H73J. Stanford's Compendium, 853K, &c.

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

Polyphemus, The. See Nature, v. 26, 2686J, &c.

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

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