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(Forum, v. 16, 1893, p. 355.)— Pennell, Mrs. B. R. Mod-
ern comic newspaper. 15 pp. ( Contemp. Bev. v. 50, 1886,
p. 609.)— Pennell, J. Art and the daily paper. 10 pp.
(Nineteenth Cent. v. 42, 1897, p. 663.)— Perrin, W. H.
The first newspaper west of the Alleghanies. 7 pp.
(Mag. Am. Hist. v. 18, 1887, p. 121. )— Proctor, J. Future
of the newspaper. 3 pp. (N. Am. Bev. v. 149, 1889,
p. 122. )— Bae, W. F. The Egyptian newspaper press.
11 pp. (Nineteenth Cent. v. 32, 1892, p. 213.)— Keid, A.
The English and the American press. 16 pp. (Nine-
teenth Cent. V. 22, 1887, p. 219.)— History in advertise-
ments. 13 pp. (Fortn. Bev. n. s. v. 66, 1899, p. 676.)—
Twenty-four hours in a newspaper ofBce. 8 pp. ( Nine-
teenth Cent. V. 21, 1887, p. 452.)— Reid, Sir T. W. News-
papers. 212 pp. (Nineteenth Cent. v. 46, 1899, pp. 848,
1020; V. 47, 1900, pp. 167, 350, 526, 698, 866, 1036 ; v. 48, 1900,
pp. 169, 315, 496, 670, 842, 1024.)— Some reminiscences of
English journalism. 12 pp. (Nineteenth Cent. v. 42, 1897,



NEWSPAPERS



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p. 55.)— First religions newspaper. 8 pp. (Mag.
Am. Hist. V. 17, 1887, p. 253.)— Rood, H. E. A chance
for millionaires. 2 pp. (iV^. Am. Bct. v. 149, 1889, p. 761.)
—Speed, J. G. Do newspapers now give the news?
7 pp. (J'orttm,T. 16, 1893, p. 705.)— Traill, H.D. News-
papers and English. 26 pp. (Im ftis New fiction, p. 170.)
—Waddle, W., Jr. Errors corrected about early news-
papers. 2 pp. (Mag. Am. Hist. v. 17, 1887, p. 435.)—
Warner, 0. D. Newspapers and the public. 10 pp.
(Forum, v. 9, 1890, p. 198.)— Weefcs, S. B. Earliest
newspapers of North Carolina. 1 p. (Mag. Am. Hist.
V. 22, 1889, p. 426.)

See also Jonrualisin.- liiberty of tlie press.-
Periodical literature. — Press, The. — Beport-
ins'.

Also names of newspapers, as Baltimore Ameri-
can. —liOndon Times Sun, The, etc.

Newstead Abbey, England. Ibvinq, W. Ab-
botsford and Newstead Abbey. 1835. {Crayon
miscel. no. 2.) 3147

Miller, C. H. Nights at Newstead Abbey. 8 pp.

(Harper's Mag. v. 81, 1890, p. 786.)

New study of the sonnets of Shakespeare.
Godwin, P. 3362

New Sweden.

Feknow, B. {Ed. ) Documents relating to
the history of the Dutch and Swedish settle-
ments on the Delaware river. 1877. (O'Cal-
laghan, E. B., Doc. rel. col. hist, of N. Y. v. 12.)

3561

Linn, J. B., and Eqlb, W. H. {Eds. ) Papers

relating to the Dutch and Swedish settlements
on the Delaware river. 1878. {In their Pa.
archiv. 2 s. v. 7. ) 4632

Mattson, H. 250 anniversary of the first

Swedish settlement in America, Sept. 14, 1888.
[1889.] 3504

Keen, Q. B. Account of the seditious false Koenigs-

mark in New Sweden. 2 pp. {Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 7, 1883,
p. 219.)— Minuit, P. Letter proposing the founding of
New Sweden. 3 pp. (Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 6, 1882, p. 458.)—
Odiiner, C. T. Founding of New Sweden, 1637-42.
32 pp. iPa. Mag. Hist.-v.S, 1879, pp. 269, 395.)— Oxen-
stjer na. Count A. Eeply to the report of Johan Printz.
6 pp. {Pa. Mag. Hist. v. 7, 1883, p. 281.)— Printz, J.
Beport of New Sweden for 1647. 10 pp. {Pa. Mag. Hist.
V. 7, 1883, p. 271.) -Sprinchorn, C. K. S. History of
the colony of New Sweden. 100 pp. {Pa. Mag. Hist.
V. 7, 1883, p. 395; v. 8, 1884, pp. 17, 129, 241.)— Swedish
settlements on the Delaware. 14 pp. {Pa. Mag.
Hist. V. 1,1877, p. 149.)
See also Delaware.- Pennsylvania.

New Sydenliam Society.

[Publications.] London, 1859-1900. 166 v.
in 120, 8°. —3774

Note.—V. 65, 69, 70, 167, wanting.

Contents. Bright, B. Clinical memoirs on abdom-
inal tumours and intumescence, v. 6.— Marie, P., and
Sonza-Leite, (— ). Essays on acromegaly, v. 137.—
Sternberg, M. Acromegaly, v. 169.— Addison, T. Col-
lection of the published writings of, v. 36.— Senator, H.
Albuminuria in health and disease, v. 110, p. 1.—
Eadicke, G. On the importance and value of arith-
metic means ; with especial reference to recent physio-
logical researches on the determination of the influence
of certain agencies upon the metamorphosis of tissue,
V. 11, p. 181.— Eaynand, M. On local asphyxia and
symmetrical gangrene of the extremities, v. 121, p. 1.
—Kramer, W. Aural surgery of the present day,
V. 18.— Cheyne, W. W. {Ed.) Eecent essays by various
authors on bacteria in relation to disease, v. 115.-

Vol. VI.— 429.



Begbie, J. W. Selections from the works of, v. 100.—
Waring, E. J. Bibliotlieea tlierapeutica; or, bib-
liography of therapeutics, v. 78, 82.— Biennial ret-
rosi>ect of medicine, surgery, and their allied sciences,
1866-72, V. 32, 43, 50, 59.— Wagner, A. On the repair after
resection and extirpation of bones, v. 5, p. 111. —
Sohroeder van der Kolk, J. L. C. Case of atrophy of the
left hemisphere of the brain, v. 11, p. 129.— Charcot, J.
M. Lectures on the localisation of cerebral and
spinal diseases, v. 102. — Dusoh, T. von. On throm-
bosis of the cerebral sinuses, v. 11, p.81.— Stokes, W.
Treatise on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of
the chest, v. 98.— Henoch, B. Lectures on children's
diseases, v. 125, 131.— Naunyn, B. Treatise on chole-
lithiasis, V. 158. — Trousseau, A. Lectures on clinical
medicine, v. 35, 42, 45, 51, 55.— Billroth, T. Clinical
surgery, v. 94.— Bsmarch, F. On the use of cold in
surgery, v. 11, p. 277. — Colles, A. Selections from the
works of, V. 92.— Duhring, L. A. Collection of papers on
dermatitis lierpetiformis, v. 143, p. 177.— Unna, P.
G., and others. Selected monographs on dermatol-
ogy, V. 143.— Bwald, C. A. Lectures on diseases of the
digestive organs, v. 136, 139.— Bretonneau, P., and
others. Memoirs on diphtheria, v. 3.— Morrow, P. A.
Drug eruptions, v. 143, p. 355.— Duclienne, G. B. A.
Selections from the clinical works of, v. 105.— Troeltsch,
A. P. Freiherr von. Surgical diseases of the ear, v. 62,
p. 1.— Kussmaul, A., and Tenner, A. On the nature and
origin of epileptiform convulsions caused by pro-
fuse bleeding, and also those of true epilepsy, v. 5, p. 1.—
Osier, W. On the visceral complications of erythema
exudativnm multiforme, v. 161, p. 321.— Selected
essays and monographs, v. 161, 170.— Donders, F.
C. On the anomalies of accommodation and refraction
of the eye, v. 22. — Caspar, J. L. Handbook of the
practice of forensic medicine based upon per-
sonal experience, v. 12, 16, 21, 26.— Breda, A. Contribu-
tion to the clinical and bacteriological study of the
Brazilian framboesia or "boubas," v. 161, p. 259. —
Gull, W. W. Collection of the published writings of,
V. 147, 166.— Pozzi, S. Treatise on gynaecology, clini-
cal and operative, v. 140, 144, 145. — Nielsen, L. On the
appearance of herpes zoster during the administra-
tion of arsenic, v. 143, p. 167.— Strieker, S. {Ed.) Manual
of human and comparative histology, v. 47, 53, 57. —
Graefe, A. von. Three memoirs on iridectomy in cer-
tain forms of iritis, choroiditis, and glaucoma, v. 5,
p. 247, — Bronson, E. B. Sensation of itching, v. 143,
p. 299. — Landau, L. Movable Ititlney in women, v. 110,
p. 227.— Czermak, J. N. On the laryngoscope and its
employment In physiology and medicine, v. 11, p. 1.—
liatham, P. M. Collected works, v. 2, p. 80.— Cantile, J.
Eeport on the condition under which; leprosy occurs
in China, Indo-China, Malaya, the Archipelago, and
Oceania, v. 162, p. 239.— Prize essays on leprosy, v. 157,
162.— Thompson, J. A. Contribution to the history of
leprosy in Australia, v. 162, p. 1.— Preriohs, F. T. Clini-
cal treatise on diseases of the liver, v. 7, 13.— Klebs, B.,
and Tommasi-Crudeli, C. On the nature of maleria,
V. 121.— Marchiafava, E., and Bignami, A. On summer-
autumn malarial fevers, v. 150, p. 1. — Maunaberg, J.
Malarial parasites, v. 150, p. 235.— Neale, B. Medi-
cal digest, V. 75. — Power, H., and Sedgwick, L. W.
Lexicon of medicine and the allied sciences, v. 81, 83,
87, 89, 93, 96, 101, 103, 107, 111, 114, 116, 118, 120, 124, 130, 134,
138, 141, 142, 149, 155, 160, 165, 168, 25 pts. in 5 v.— Billroth,
T. Clinical lectures on subjects connected with medi-
cine and surgery, v. 148.— Friedrich, N., and others.
Clinical lectures on subjects connected with medi-
cine, surgery, and obstetrics, v. 71.— Griesinger,
W. Mental pathology and therapeutics, v. 33.—
Fluegge, F. Micro-organisms, with special refer-
ence to the etiology of the infective diseases, v. 132.—
Smellie, W. Treatise on the theory and practice of
midwifery, v. 68, 74, 79.— Spiegelberg, O. Text book
of midwifery, v. 118, 123.— Selected monographs, v. 5,
11, 110, 121.— Blanc, H. W. Beport of a case of my.



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costs fongo'ide of Albert, v. 143, p. 317.— Charcot, J. M.
Lectures on the diseases of the nervons system, v. 72,
90, 128.— Helmholtz, H. L. F. von. Mechanism of the
ossicles and the membrana tympani, v. 62, p. 97.—
Laveran, A. Paliidlsm, v. 146.— Pournier, A. Para-
syphilitic epilepsy, v. 161, p. 393.— Bindfleisch, B.
Manual of patholo$;lcaI histology, to serve as an
introduction to the study of morbid anatomy, v. 54, 58. —
Atlas of illustrations of pathology, v. 77, 85, 91,97,
104, 122, 127, 135, 151, 153, 163, 166, 12 pts. in iv.— Cohn-
heim, J. Lectures on general pathology, v. 126, 129, 133.
— Hirsch, A. Handbook of geographical and historical
pathology, v. 106, 112, 117.— Berger, L. Pellagra, v. 143,
p. 341.— Koebner, N. Peinphigns vegetans, with
remarks on the differential diagnosis of bullous erup-
tions of the skin and mucosae from syphilis, v. 161, p. 143.
—Neumann, J. Pemphigus vegetans, v. 161, p. 169.-
Bing, 0. Lectures on pharmacology, v. 154, 159.—
Guttmann, P. Handbook of physical diagnosis,
V. 84.— Charlouis, M. On polypapilloma tropicum
(framboesia), v. 161, p. 285.— Graves, R. J. Clinical lec-
tures on the practice of medicine, v. 109, 113.— Niel-
sen, L. Researches on psoriasis, v. 143, p. 569.— Nie-
meyer, F. von. Clinical lectures on pulmonary con-
sumption, v." 46.— Shepherd, P. J. Remarkable case
of purpuric eruption ending in gangrene, appar-
ently caused by sodium salicylate, v. 161, p. 367.—
Marchiafava, E., and Celli, A. On the alterations in the
red g-lobules in malaria infection, and on the origin
of melanaemia, v. 121. — Charcot, J. M. Clinical lec-
tures on senile and chronic diseases, v. 95. —
Hebra, P. On diseases of the skin including the ex-
anthemate, v. 30, 37, 61, 64, 86.— Atlas of portraits of
skin diseases, v. 9, 14, 17, 24, 27, 29, 34, 39, 44, 48, 52, 56,
60, 63, 67, 99, 108, 17 pts. in iv.— Catalogue of atlas of skin
diseases, v. 40, 66.— Bnlkley, L. D. Sleep in its relations
to diseases of the skin, v. 161, p. 349.— Marie, P. Lectures
on diseases of the spinal cord, v. 152.— Schroeder van
der Kolk, J. L. C. On the minute structure and func-
tions of the spinal cord, v. 4.— Neugebaner, P. L. New
contribution to the history and etiology of spondy-
lolisthesis, v. 121.— Billroth, T. Lectures on surgi-
cal pathology and therapeutics, v. 73, 76.— Diday, P.
Treatise on syphilis in new-born children, and infants
at the breast, v. 1.— Fournier, A. Syphilis and general
paralysis, v. 161, p. 375. — Lancereaux, E. Treatise on
syphilis, historical and practical, v. 38, 41.— Neisser, A.
Relation between treatment in the early stage and
tertiary syphilis, v. 161, p. 411.— Thomas, H. M. Case of
cerebro-spinal syphilis, with an unusual lesion in the
spinal cord, v. 161, p. 117.— Bruhl, I. Contribution to the
study of syringomyelia, v. 161, p. 1.— Wunderlich,
C. A. On the temperature in diseases : a manual of
medical thermometry, v. 49. — Koch, R. Investigations
into the etiology of traumatic infective diseases,
V. 88.— Stewart, A. P. Some considerations on the nature
and pathology of typhus and typhoid fever, v. 110,
p. 157.— Unna, P. G. Selections from the dermatologi-
cal writings of, v. 143, p. 1.— Neubaner, C, and Vogel, J.
Guide to the qualitative and quantitative analysis of the
urine, v. 20.— Report on vaccination and its results,
based on the evidence taken by the Royal Commission,
1889-97, V. 164.— Bernutz, G., and Goupil, B. Clinical
memoirs of the diseases of women, v. 28, 31. — Gooch,
B. On some of the most important diseases peculiar to
women, v. 2. — Maxwell, J. Observations on yaws and
its influence in originating leprosy, v. 161, p. 187. — 'Wall-
bridge, J. S., and Daniels, O. W. Epitome of Dr. A.
Nicholl's report on yaws, compared with British Guiana
and Fiji experiences,'v. 161, p. 239.- Xear-hook of medi-
cine, surgery, and their allied sciences, 1859-6i, v. 8, 10,
15, 19, 23, 25.

— Beports presented to the 26, 33-41 annual
meetings, 1884-99. London, 1884- [99]. lOnos.
8°. h.24



Newte, Thomas. 18 cent.

Observations on the importance of the
East-India fleet, to the company and the
nation. London, 1795. 12°. {With Histor-
ical and political view of the Decan. ) 3406

New Testament. See Bible, New Testament.

New Testament handbooks. 2 v. Mathews,

S. {Ed.) .—2257

New theology, The. Bascom, J. — 4254

New theoretical and practical musical gram-
mar. Hamilton, J. A. —2737

New Timon : a romance of London. Lytton,
E. G. E. L. B., 1 Baron Lytton. 1318

Newton, Alfred. 1829—. Early days of Dar-
winism. 9 pp. (Maemillan's Mag. Y. 57, 1S88, -p. 2il,)

and Gadow, Hans {Eds.) Dictionary of

birds. [Illustr.] London, 1893-96. 8°. 1142

Newton, Alonzo E. Why I am a spiritualist.

15 pp. (N. Am. Bev. v. 147, 1888, p. 654.)

Newton, Sir Charles Thomas. 1816-94. Bob-

erts : an introduction to Greek epigraphy. Pt. I. The
archaic inscriptions and the Greek alphabet. 2 pp.
(Jourti. of Sellen. studies, v. 8, 1887, p. 534.)— Statue of
an emperor in the British Museum. 3 pp. (Journ.of
Hellen. studies, v. 6, 1885, p. 378.)

Qardner, P. Sir Charles Newton. 11 pp. {Biog.

jahrb. f. alterth. p. 132 : Jahresb. ueber fortschr. der class,
alterth. v. 91, 1897.)— In Mitylene with N. 18 pp.
[Blackwood's Mag. v. 157, 1895, p. 596.)

Newtbn, Hubert Anson, LL. D. 1830-96. Elias

Loomis : memorial address, AprU 11, 1890. 29 pp. (New
Englander, v. 52, 1890, p. 555.)

Newton, Sir Isaac {Ed.) 1642-1727.

Geographia generalis. See Varen, B.

Pbmbbbton, H. View of Sir Isaac New-
ton's philosophy. 1728. —1411

Voltaire, F. M. A. de. Siemens de philosophic de

N.; Defense du Newtonianisme. 232 pp. ( (Euvres eompl.
V.31, pp. 25, 235.)

Beewstbe, Sir D. Life of Sir Isaac New-
ton. 1831. {Harper'>sFam. IAhr.no. •i&.) 4337

Edgar, J. G. Boyhood of N. 13 pp. {In his Boy-
hood of great men, p. 161.)— Figuier, G. L. Newton.
45 pp. 2 pi. (Ire hie Vies des savants illustres, v. 5, p. 1.)
—Hawthorne, N. Sir Isaac Newton. 9 pp. ( Works,
V. 12, p. 157.)— Maiden, H. Newton. 15 pp. (In his
Distinguished men of mod. times, v. 3, p. 90.)— Odling,
J. W. Sir Isaac Newton. 17 pp. (Andrews, W., Bygone
Lincolnshire, p. 226.)— Wrangham, P. Sir Isaac New-
ton. 35 pp. (In his Brit. Plutarch, v. 5, p. 245.)

Newton, James King. Plea for a liberal edu-
cation. 27 pp. (Biblioth. Sacra, v. 42, 1885, p. 139.)

Newton, John, D. D. 1725-1807.

Adelphi : a sketch of the character ... of
the late Bev. John Oowper. See Oowper, W.

Grimshawe, T. S. Sketch of the life of N. 10 pp.

(Oowper, W., Works, ed. by T. S. Grimshawe, p. 643.)

Newton, Maj.-Gen. John. 1823-95. Further

recollections of Gettysburg. 7 pp. (iV. Am. Bev. v. 152,
1891, p. 272.)

Newton, John. On binocular vision, and the

theory of the stereoscope. 3 pp. (Lancashire and Che-
shire Hist. Soc. Trans, v. 9, 1857, p. 272.)— The human
race : its origin, history, and earliest forms of civilisa-



NEWTON, John



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NEW YORE, City



Hon. 18 pp. 2 pi. (Lancashire and Ohesliire Hist. Soc.
Trans, n. s, v. 2, 1862, p. 95.)— Art of writine : a chap-
ter in the history of human progress. 26 pp. 2 pi. (Lan-
cashire and Cheshire Hist. Soc. Trans, n. s. v. 4, 1864,
p. 201.)

STewton, R. Facts about Queensland. 7 pp.

( Westm. Bev. v. 145, 1896, p. 568.)

Newton, Richard, D. D.

Amhuest, N. Terrae-filius ... to which
are added remarks upon a late book entitled
University education by R. Newton. [Anon.l
1726. —2366

Hamilton, S. Q. Dr. Newton and Hertford Col-
lege. 83 pp. (Burrows, M., CoHectameo, 3 s. p. 279: Ox-
ford Hist. Soc. Pub. V. 32.)

Newton, Richard BuUen.

Systematic list of the Frederick E. Ed-
wards collection of British oligocene and eo-
cene mollusca in the British Museum (Nat-
ural history). London, 1891. 8°. —2655

Newton, Richard Heber, D. D. 1840—. Decay

of ecclesiasticism. 10 pp. (iV". Am. Bev. v. 141, 1885,
p. 241.) — Is Roinaiiisin a baptized paganism? 18pp.
{Forum, v. 1, 1886, p. 37.)

Newton, Virginius. Confederate navy : what

it accomplished during the Civil war. 12 pp. (Southern
Hist. Soc. Papers, v. 22, 1894, p. 87.)— Ram JHerriinac,
detailed accurate history of her plan and construc-
tion. 26 pp. (SouthernHist. Soc. Papers, V. 20, 1892, p. 1.)

Newton, William Wilberforce, D. D. 1843—.
American religious leaders : Dr. Muhlen-
berg. Boston, 1890. 12°. 3765

Hypnotic moralizatiou. 2 pp. (.Harper's Mag.

V. 75, 1887, p. 453.)

Newton family. Noyes, T. H. Some notices
of the family of Newton. 31 pp. (Sussex Archaeol.
Soc. Coll. V. 9, 1857, p. 312.)

Newton-Rotoinson, Charles. Marlborough

gems. 11pp. (iVineieent/i Cen*. V. 46, 1899, p. 251.)

Newton-Kobinsou, Mrs. Jauetta A. Life of

Sir Richard Burton [by Mrs. Isabel Burton]. 14 pp.
{Westm. Bev. v. 140, 1893, p. 469.) — Study of Mr. P.
Marion Crawford. 15pp. {Weslm. Bev. v. 137, 1892,
p. 379.)— Study of Mr. Thos. Hardy. 12 pp. {Westm.
Bev. Y. 137, 1892, p. 153.)— Some aspects of the work of
Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson. 9 pp. {Westm. Bev.
V. 139, 1893, p. 601.)

New Town, Md. See Pocomoke City.

New universal atlas of the world. Morse,
J., and Morse, S. E. .2414

New universal letter writer. 2 v. in 1.
Cook, T. 2257

New view of London. 2 v. Hatton, E. 1513

New wife of Beath. Much better reformed,
enlarged, and corrected, than it was formerly
in the old uneorrect copy. Glasgow, 1700;
repr. 1875. 8°- (Hazlitt, W. C, Fugitive
tracts, V. 2. ) P.R

New "Windsor, N. Y. Dykman, J. O. The

historic temple at New Windsor. 4 pp. {Mag. Am. Hist.
V. 24, 1890, p. 283.)— Washington, G. Council of war
held at New Windsor, June 12, 1781. 2 pp. {Mag. Am.
Bist. V. 3, 1879, p. 102.)

New woman. 10 pp. La RamSe, L. de

(Ouida, pseud.) {N. Am. Bev. v. 168, 1894, p. 610.)

New world book list. Bristol, 1890. 8°. L.63



New world called America, History of the.

Payne, E. J. 4643

New year's day. Bogart, W. S. March 25 :

New year's day. 2pp. (Jlfag.^m.Hisf. v. 19, 1888, p.70.)
—I/., B. C. Calendae, Januarlae. 9 pp. {Nuov. antol.
3 s. V. 31, 1891, p. 131.)— L,ainb, M. J. R. N. New year's
holiday : its origin and observances. 6 pp. {Mag. Am,.
ffisJ. V. 15, 1886, p. 79.)— Bice, S. S. New year. 17 pp.
{In her Holiday selections, p. 91.)— Salomone-Marino,
S. Buon capo d'anno I uso contadinesco siciliano. 6 pp.
{Archiv. studio tradiz. popolari, v. 10, 1891, p. 3.)— Scves,
F. Capo d'anno ed Epifania in Piemonte. 12 pp. {Ar-
chiv. studio tradiz. popolari, v. 10, 1891, p. 9.)

New year's log' rolling. 3 pp. Phelps, C. H.

(Harper's Mag. v. 66, 1883, p. 282.)

New York, Abps. of. See Hughes, J. — Mc-
Closkey, J.

New York, Bps. of. See Ooncanen, L. — Con-
nelly, J. — Dubois, J.

New York, City.

Arrangement ;
General and Misoellaneohs Works.



Architecture.


Crime.


Libraries.


Biography.


Directory.


Maps.


Cemeteries and


Education.


Parka.


churchyards.


Finance.


Police.


Charities.


Pine arts.


Politics.


Charter.


Geology.


Poor.


Churches.


Government.


Slavery.


Clubs.


History.


Social life.


Commerce.


Hygiene.


Theatres.
Water supply



New York, City.

Atwater, W. O., and Woods, C. D.
Dietary studies in New York city in 1895 and
1896. 1898. (U. S. Agricult. Dept. of, Offtce
of exper. stations, Bull. no. 46.) —4543

DiSTURNELL, J. (Pii6. ) Guide between

Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New
York, and Boston, 1846. 2477

Faerington, E. F. Concise description

of the Bast river bridge, with full details of
construction. 1881. —2727

Goodwin, M. W., and others (Eds.) His-
toric New York. 1897-99, 2 v. 3505

Hemstreet, C. Nooks and corners of old

New York. 1899. 3507

McCabe, J. D. (E. W. Martin, pseud. )

New York by sunlight and gaslight. 1882.

3566

Secrets of the great city : a work de-
scriptive of the virtues and the vices, the
mysteries, miseries, and crimes of New York
city. [1868.] 3566

Miller, J. Description of the province,

and city of New York; with plans of the
city and several forts as they existed in . . .
1695. 1843. 3566

Moldbnkb, C. B. New York obelisk:

Cleopatra's needle. 1891. 1786

Pennsylvania Railroad Co. The Co-
lumbian Exposition, with descriptive notes
of . . . New York . . . 1892. 2402

Richmond, J. F. New York and its insti-
tutions, 1609-1872. 1872. 3566



NEW YORK, City



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NEW YORK, City, Churchyards



Barnes, J. The city to the north of " town." 13 pp.

{ Harper's Mag. v. 95, 1897, p. 866. )— Bctts, P. H. Eecent
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